Alvin High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Alvin, TX)
- Class of 1965
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THE ANNUAL STAFF. PRESENTS
HATS OFF T0 YOU
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Hoil Alma Mater,
HATS 0FF T0 YOU,
Ever you'II find us,
loyal and true,
Firm and undounted
Always we'lI be,
Hoil to the school we love
Here's o toast to thee.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STUDENT UFE ......... ......... T0
FACULTY ........ ......... 50
CLASSES .......... .......... 6 2
SPORTS ............. ........... T22
CLUBS .......... ........... T56
FAVORHES. ......... ........... T94
ADS ........ ........... 212
INDEX ........ ............ 236
MRS. REBA C0llINS
" . . HATS OFF T0 . . "
That certain sparkle, a joking manner, and a hardy laugh-these are a few of
the qualities which endear Mrs. Collins to the faculty and student body as well.
Mrs. Collins displays an unselfish devotion to her students and is always ready to
help a student who is interested and willing to work. Because ot her interest in
us and in mathematics, she catches our interest in her courses.
This marks Mrs. Collins' thirtieth year of teaching, sixteen of which have been
in the Alvin Public School system. Since she has been here, she has helped to bring
about improvements and changes in the math department.
Mrs. Collins graduated from Trinity University, where she received her B.A. in
1931. She completed work for her MA. at the University of Houston- Always eager
to improve her mathematical knowledge, Mrs. Collins has attended workshops at
Trinity, S.M.U., University of Houston, and Peabody.
For her service to our school we dedicate this annual to Mrs. Reba Collins.
A hot September morning . . ., long reg-
istration lines . . ., school bells . . ., the fe-
verish excitement before the bonfire . . .,
the delight in receiving that first corsage 1
.. ., the ioy and sadness of graduation 4
. . ., the empty halls after school . . ., all X
are a part of the spirit of AHS.
This intangible spirit makes AHS-the
pep rallies . . ., the crowded halls . . .
the teachers . . ., the dances . . ., the
friendship-all are a significant part of
us. Because these things are very much
a part of us, we saylwith pride and en- , ' 1 5
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thusiasm . . .
.HATS off ro You .. " l
Activities are the life beat of the high
school program. They offer the opportun-
ity for some students to learn and partici-
pate and for others to relax and observe.
. Our high school offers a wide variety
of activities-everything from parades to
proms. Students are encouraged to as-
sume most of the responsibility involved
in these activities without the aid of teach-
ers and sponsors. The value and outcome
of the activities is dependent upon the
amount of time and work contributed by
In looking back, we see all activities
with a meaning which they formerly did
not have. U.l.L., for example, offers stu-
dents the opportunity to improve academic
skills. School elections and student gov-
ernment day gives students an insight in-
to politics. On proiects such as float build-
ing and decorating for parties, students,
above all, learn to cooperate with each
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Students watch attentively as Randy Raines ponders his next move.
The spirit of AHS may
be seen in the activities
of its students. The gym
during a pep rally bursts
under the pressure of ex-
citement as students be-
gin a competition yell.
Excitement mounts as
each class competes for
the "Spirit Jug". The spir-
it of AHS may also be
seen in the blaze of the
Homecoming b o n f i r e
which beckons every stu-
dent to ioin in the Home-
coming activities. Before
the tense basketball game
between Alvin and Clear
Creek, the school song
echoes through the gym.
An air of enthusiasm rises
from the bleachers as the
team proves worthy of
such AHS spirit.
During these and many
other activities students
unite in an air of great
enthusiasm and spirit.
These activities are a vital
part of the life ot our high
school, and the spirit they
arouse makes one truly
proud to be a Yellowiack-
Nolan Ryan sinks a basket in the
first crucial Clear Creek game.
Senior students pose proudly around Spirit Jug, which came into their possession
by winning the most times in the competition yell.
The Senior Saints are: FIRST ROW: Judy Wooster,
Mary Monarch, Dana Cook, Betty Barnes, Nancy Rich-
ardson, Charlene Coleman, Janet Beall, Nancy Ander-
son, Linda Copeland, and Lynda Oliver. SECOND
ROW: Carla Beaver, Kathy Cleveland, Melanie Mosis,
Lucy Bossley, Joyce Lehman, Ann Troha, Diana Little,
Elizabeth Hunter, Kathy Doerr, Carol Crumm, Dianna
Mach, Elizabeth Duenaz, and Barbara Mangrum.
THIRD ROW: Nita Pickens, Gloria Singh, Nancy Munz,
Carl Corona represents a Junior Do-
Wa-Diddy in a Senior skit for pep
Nancy Dollar, Mary Richey, Karen Hildebrand, Ellen
Standley, Linda Spurgeon, Brenda Henny, Glenda
Greer, Kay Thompson, Sandra Zigal, Janice Adams,
Charlene Hitt, and Joy Bullard. FOURTH ROW: Jimmie
Goodridge, Caren Palmer, Barbara Childres, Sherry F.
Moore, Louise Little, Betty Renfro, Mary Marx, Martha
Jimenez, Ann Ferguson, Agnes Guerrero, Gracie Leedy,
and Nancy Montoya.
Senior girls choose Jim Stinson as Drum Maior, Billy Dixon as Feature
Twirler, and Larry Huffman, Dale Camp, Steve Croan, David Hummel and
John Carlton as Tvvirlers.
Junior cheerleaders and twirlers supporting the Do-Wa-Diddies are Billy
Childress, James Grotts, Herbert Sonnen, Bobby Jacobs and David Wester-
lage. Those not pictured are Jack Kidd, Jerry Barbee, Mike Smith, Mike
Hatcher, Johnny Francis, Jimmy Williams, and Rick Brown.
Rick Pierson, Junior Beau, helps Brenda
Hobbs, Cynthia Huffman, Cecilia Engel,
Cynthia Garcia, Sherie Fowler, and Dar-
lene Miller, paint Doodlebug car orange
with purple polka-dots.
Junior Do-Wa-Diddies are: FIRST ROW: Judy Hamble-
ton, Cynthia Garcia, Sherie Fowler, Becky Gober, Dianne
Morris, Beverly Muma, Donna Powell, Sprucy Miller,
Judy Givens, Linda Turrentine, Connie Jepson, Sandra
Corson, Retta Gebert, Brenda Hobbs, and Darlene Mil-
ler. SECOND ROW: Dianna Phillips, Mary Ellen Kettler,
Patty Petitt, Margaret Yonaites, Bonnie Baker, Beverly
Custer, Paula Holsenback, Judy Britton, Kay Steele,
Pauline Wilfong, Patsy Richter, 'Sherry Smith, and Diana
Smith. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Cooley, Sandra Hall, Elaine
Kreuzer, Linda Davis, Linda Tagert, Gale Blanton, Margie
Forgy, Barbara Jircik, Adelita Almanza, Cecilia Engel,
Cynthia Huffman, Connie Hankamer, Cheryl Morgan,
Sara Williams, Rachel Adams, Dorothy Schuenemann,
Carmen Sanchez, Linda Labry, and Miss Hyder.
Feelings of competition are forgotten as Senior and Junior girls, such as Charlene Hitt, Diana Little, Laura Booth
Melanie Mosis, Barbara Mangrum, Margaret Yonaites, Mary Monarch, and Kay Steele, unite in spirit of victory.
SENIOR SAINTS TRIUMPH
Nancy Munz and Sherry F. Moore present the Senior coaches, Mrs. Kennedy,
Miss Biggers, Mrs. Robinson, and Miss Cabiness, with beautiful corsages to
express the gratitude ot the Senior girls.
With spirit in the air and excite-
melnt in everyone's heart, the
Senior girls engage in the annual
Powderputf Game with the Jun-
ior girls. An arousing pep rally
was held to stimulate enthusiasm
and present mascots, cheerlead-
ers, and twirlers. During the rally,
the Seniors exhibited "Saints" of
blue, gold, and silver, the Juniors
presented orange anol purple pol-
kadotted "Diddybugs". During
an evening of ecstacy and fas-
cination, the Senior Beau, James
Mach, and the Junior Beau, Rick
Pierson, were introduced. This
brought to an end another action-
packed Povvderputt Game leaving
the Seniors exultant from a vic-
tory ot 24-i 8.
BONFIRE AND PARADE OPEN HOMECOMING '64
Popeye of the Freshman class receives fourth
place in the class competition.
The Octopus from the Junior class rates third
place in the Homecoming Parade.
Sophomore Deer walks off the plank into
Bonfire ignites spirit for Homecoming activities.
The Senior Lighthouse lights the way to victory for a first
place Homecoming float. l7
The newly-crowned 1964-65 Homecoming Queen, Nancy Richardson, is escorted from the field by Co-captains,
Jim Stinson and Jerry Spinks.
Coaches Harris, Henry, and Watson lay aside
their coaching uniforms for more formal at-
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE
Bill Yeoman captures the attention of the audience with
humorous episodes of his football career.
Each year TooTball assumes a special po-
siTion among school acTiviTies. Such an
evenT as Homecoming is inspiring noT
only To sTudenTs and TaculTy buT also To
Exes of AHS. FloaTs, a parade, a specTacu-
lar game, and a dance commemoraTe
LaTer in The year, The JackeTTes presenTed
The annual TooTball banqueT To honor The
AHS Teams and coaches wiTh Bill Yeoman
of The UniversiTy of HousTon's coaching
sTaTf as guesT speaker. The aTTendanTs of
The banquet were also enTerTained vocally
by Debra Parker and Diane Morris. AfTer
The banqueT, guesTs reTired conTenTed and
filled wiTh pleasanT memories of anoTher
acTive TooTball season.
FooTball players choose KaThy Cleveland as Their 1964
65 FooTball SweeThearT.
FooTbaIl players, Their daTes, and special guesTs dine aT The 1964-65 YellowiackeTBanqueT
Princess Cathy Cleveland and Prince
Terry Lutz of the Senior class wait
Princess Judy Ellard and Prince Gary
Oliver of the Freshman class await
the arrival of the King and Queen.
Duchess Linda Copeland and Duke
Bobby Wooster of the Senior class
pause before going on board.
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Duchess Janice Rentrow and Duke
Mark Andricks of the Freshman class
prepare to embark on a royal cruise.
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Junior Class Princess Sherry Smith
and Prince Randy Raines smile to
HALLOWEEN COURT TAKES
The splendor ot a royal cruise
appeared in this year's Halloween
Coronation. Representatives from
each junior and high school class
were entertained with dancers
from Hawaii, Sweden, Spain, and
Japan. Queen Amy Garwood was
crowned by King Dale Camp as
the royal court watched with ad-
miration. Captain Charles Thomas
then ordered his Mates, Bobby
Reese and Bruce Barnard, to set
sail for ports o'call.
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Duchess Sherie Fowler and Duke Jer- Duchess Carol Hankarner and Duke
ry Barbee of The Junior class are Charles OehlerT board The waiTing
wished a Bon Voyage by The crowd. ship.
Princess Ann Walker and Prince Jack
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A ROYAL CRUISE pgrflocleisii, p more Cass pre
Queen Amy Garwood and King Dale Camp, accompanied by Their ladies-in-waiting, ElizabeTh HunTer and
Mary Monarch, order The ship To seT sail.
Winding up a year of football
games, pep rallies, concerts, and con-
tests, the band members and dates
attended the annual Band Prom given
as a tribute to the year's success. The
switch from band uniforms to formal
attire proved to be a refreshing
change which contributed to an en-
ioyable evening. The guests were en-
tertained "Under the Big Top" by the
Sonics from Sweeny, Texas, and a
small group of Mr. Armstrong's band
A special dance is given to honor the band Beau
and Sweetheart, Bill Knox and Sherry Smith.
Sherry Smith and Bill Knox receive band sweetheart and beau
gifts from their director, Mr. Armstrong.
THE BIG TOP
Betty Barnes, Joe Duoto, Dick Williams, Janet Terry, Terry Lutz, Sara Williams,
Bonnie Baker, and Wayne Arney enioy dancing and listening to the Sonics exhibit
The members of Mr. Arm-
strong's stage band,
Butch Decuire, Terry Lee,
Rodney Howell, Leroy
Turvey, Carol Canady,
Tommy Bettes, Larry Mc-
Kenzie, Betty B a r n e s,
Jim Sparks, Jimmy Fan-
nin, Steve Lyng, Judy
Givens, and Doug Smith,
entertain during the Son-
Joe Duoto and Betty
Barnes do the "monkey'
in keeping with the
prom theme, "Under
the Big Top".
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Sisters, Sandra Zigal, Claudine Fulgham, Cathy Cleveland, Lucy Bossley, and Eliza-
beth Hunter, strike out to achieve up-to-date privileges.
SENIOR TALENT REVEALED IN HCHEAPER BY THE
Hipster, Ronnie Jinks, a cheerleader, represents every-
thing dear old Dad resents.
Efficient father, Bobby Kilborn, bids mother, Laura
Booth, goodbye as he leaves for Europe.
Many dedicated afternoons of both work
and pleasure were spent in preparation
for The presentation of the Senior class
play, "Cheaper By the Dozen." This -pop-
ular story of an efficient, old-fashioned
father confused by daughters who rebel
for modern privileges is excellently por-
trayed under The guidance of Miss Judy
Wolf. The Time and effort put forth by
The cast and all Those involved was iusti-
fied by The praise received, experience
gained, and The satisfaction and pride in
presenting another successful Senior play.
The male actors, CSeatedJ Tommy Peebles, Steve Town-
send, Ronnie Jinks, fStandingJ Tommy Bettes, Bobby
Kilborn, Morris Browne, and Al Smithson, pause between
scenes while watching backstage mischief.
Love could bloom for Elizabeth and Larry if hungry little brother, Steve Townsend, would
stop popping in and out!
Longhorn parTy candidaTes Tor counTy officers are: Carla Beaver,
Ronnie Jinks, Lucy Bossley, CaThy Cleveland, Tommy BeTTes, Gracie
Leedy, NiTa Pickens, and Sherry L. Moore. o
During The Pioneer skiT ElizabeTh HunTer rides
a covered wagon Through The eligible voTers
To arouse spiriT for The Pioneer slaTe of can-
GOVERNMENT DAY RAllIES
Pioneers Try To rally Their supporTers by depicTing a Typical barbecue aT The LBJ ranch. Those parTicipaTing are
Nancy Munz, Darlene Aldridge, Charlene HiTT, Carol Canady, Terry LuTz, RufsTy Graham, Sherry SrniTh, ElizabeTh
Hunter, and John YounT.
The Longhorn party performed an operation on nurses, Bobby Kilborn and Rick Brown, doctors,
poor county government. The doctors removed all and the candidates for office: Carla Beaver, Sherry
infected areas of county government and put in L. Moore, Nita Pickens, Cathy Cleveland, Tommy
good Longhorn policies. Those participating in the Bettes, Ronnie Jinks, Lucy Bossley, Gracie Leedy,
operation were Alva Jo Mayes and Peggy Aycoth, and the Party Chairman, Amy Garwood.
PIONEERS AND LONGHORNS
Students experience democracy
in action during the annual elec-
tions for student government
officials. This year the two par-
ties, Longhorn and Pioneer, were
allowed to use regular voting ma-
chines furnished by the county.
Each party presented a skit dur-
ing assembly to spark their party
on to victory. Longhorns won five
places on the ballot and the Pio-
The Pioneer candidates for county offices are Elizabeth Hunter, Darlene
Aldridge, Carol Canady, Charlene Hitt, Bill Knox, Rusty Graham, John
Yount, Nancy Munz, and Sherry Smith.
neers won four. i
SENIORS RETURN T0 THE
Couples Sharon Crook and Darrel Hunt, Lucy Bossley and Larry Huffman, and Joyce Lehman and James
Mach sing two of their favorite "kid" songs.
Kathy Brown, Carla Beaver, Barbara Childres, Sherry L. Moore, and Lynn Holdorff pantomime "l'm a Little
The best dressed girl and boy win-
ners are Nancy Richardson and Larry
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are awarded with the title of best
On the brink of being
young adults, the Seniors re-
turned to experience the fan-
tasy of childhood for the last
time. Students paraded in
child attire while licking suck-
ers, skating from class to
class, and beating each other
with teddy bears. The Seniors
gathered during the noon
hour to have their costumes
iudged and watch skits pre-
sented by fellow students.
Afterwards, the Seniors de-
parted for the city park to eat
and 'entertain themselves on
the swings and in various
other games. The day of fun
and frolic was made complete
by an enjoyable party at the
GOOD OLD DAYS
A group of Seniors take time out from class to exhibit their Kid
Carl Corona, George Knape, and Mike Newman scowl
at finding their parking place taken.
Quadruplets, Cathy Cleveland, Sherry F.
Moore, Nancy Dollar, and Nita Pickens,
are fascinated by the antics of the mem-
bers of their "Kindergarten" class.
Senior "Kids" decide whether to play a quick game
of catch or throw the ball at the nearest teacher.
George Knape holds tight as he vies for honors at the annual FFA rodeo.
Patricia Westinghouse, one of the
many queen candidates from Alvin,
rides the Grand Entry.
FFA YOUTH EXPERIENCE THRILLS AT
Mike Newman plays the old time cow-
boy with a new thrust to avoid his
Robert Johnson, FFA President, pre-
sents Nancy Munz with an award for
her performance, , .
Ronnie Powell breaks away for his cali in the rib-
bon roping contest.
David Newman experiences a trying moment in the bull
Robert Johnson goes up in the air with his bronc.
Robert Johnson and student teacher, Mr. Knip-
ple, present the award for the best all around
cowboy to Phil Lyons.
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Eleganfly dressed Juniors and Seniors dance under The Parisian stars.
A PARIS EVENING UNDER
Bonnie Baker and Tim Drachenloerg admire one of The
Sophomore servers, Kandace Kennedy, Ann
Walker, and Carol Klinar sell a Parisian souvenir
To Morris Brown and Elizaberh Hunrer.
Jimmy Simon's Orchestra provides music for The Prom.
Everyone looks forward
To The big evenT of The
year, The Junior-Senior
Prom. This is a nighT of
enchanTmenT for all. A
nighT when commonplace
Things are Transformed
and become eleganT. This
is a nighT under The Pari-
sian sTars wiTh The Eiffel
Tower and The Arc of
Triumphe sTanding mag-
nificenTly in view. The
French waiTresses are sell-
ing poodles and souvenirs
by The French ArT ExhibiT.
Chairs along The sidewalk
cafes are filled. People
are dancing in formal aT-
Tire and occasionally sTop
To have a picTUre skeTched
by The arTisT. The nighT is
g o n e and everyone
leaves wiTh pleasanT
memories and The single
regreT ThaT iT was only
one evening in Paris.
The lighTed Eiffel Tower in The cenfer of The dance
floor caTches The eyes of all who enTer.
Seniors, Barbara Childress, CaThy Cleveland, Larry McKenzie, and Donald Brown, en
ioy The refreshmenfs during The Prom.
BANQUET HONORS SENIORS
Seniors, faculty, and school board members
dined under the canopy ot a Parisian sidewalk
cate at the '65 Senior Banquet. The French wait-
resses helped to create the Paris illusion while
serving a characteristic meal.
During the banquet, the guests were enter-
tained by the Forerunners, a tour-piece band. The
ceremony ot presenting the Key ot Knowledge
by the Senior Class to the Junior Class tollowed.
Sandra Froberg, dressed as a French waitress, serves
at the banquet.
Jerry Spinks, president ot the
Senior class, presents the Key
of Knowledge to Carter
Emert, vice-president of the
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rACUlTY WINS 64-60
Players watch open-mouthed as Jerry Spinks and
Coach Harris go up for a jump.
The faculty once again stomped the Senior Boys
in the annual Faculty-Senior Basketball Game. The
senior boys put on a good show, but were unable
to win against the mighty AHS faculty.
The annual basketball dance was held in the
SUB following the game. The dance was the climax
of a successful and exciting basketball season.
Coach Reed goes up for two
with a good bush from David
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Some of the members of the "So This is Paris" cast are: Louise Little, Edith Hunter,
Sammy Garcia, Debbie Parker, Jimmy Mays, Floyd Styers, and Charlene Hitt.
MUSIC STUDENTS PRESENT
Jimmie Mays asks Dianne Morris and Debbie Parker, "What is 'ze Block Party?"
Barbara Gabbert, Beverly Wilkinson, Charlene Hitt, Linda Christofterson, Debbie Parker, and Dianne
Morris, the American tourists, sing "So This is Paris."
"SO THIS IS PARIS"
Floyd Styers discusses with Jimmie Mays the possibility of
marrying Charlene Hitt so he can obtain a passport to America.
Dianne Morris advises Edith Hunter to enjoy life
and have fun in spite of her handicap.
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5 Agnes Guerrero, Sherilyn Shaw, and Elizabeth Duenaz were
the recipients of the Parent-Teacher Association scholarship.
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and title of the highest ranking Senior boy.
Nancy Anderson, James Sparks, and Sherry L. Moore were awarded the Insurance Agents'
Scholarship. James Sparks was also given the Texas Chemical Council Award and the Dow
38 Chemical Scholarship.
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the American Legion Award resulted in weak knees.
Agnes Guerrero and Jimmy Sparks received
the Danforth Award.
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ciety ot Professional Engineer's Award.
Sara Pina was the ioint recipient ot the
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Barbara Childres, John Carlton, and Carol Crumm received the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship recognition tor high marks on the NMS Test.
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Post Art Awards from Mrs. Harris.
STUDENTS REWARDED FOR LITERARY ACHIEVEMENTS
Miss Wolf presents Dana Cook, Jan Smith, and Paul Adams with medals for Elizabeth Hunter and Charles
Thomas are recipients of sliderule
Elizabeth Hunter presents Larry McLendon with a gift and the title of Jackette Beau.
ATHLETIC HONORS PRESENTED DURING ASSEMBLY
Ray Garza wins the top ninth grade honor, the Beatty
Of the four boys, Billy Childress, Mike Hatcher, Nolan
Ryan, and Jerry Spinks, who received the Matushita
Award, Nolan Ryan was chosen to receive the Out-
standing Athlete Award and the Tinnin Cup.
"Allah! Allah! An old member's wish is but our command."
NEW MEMBERS WELCOMED T0 SOCIETY
New members consider honor of their new position while waiting to be addressed.
Clothes inside out and back-
wars only are a part of the in-
itiation ofthe new National Honor
Society members. Flowered bon-
nets, ratted hair, huge earrings,
gaudy bows, and pacitiers com-
pleted the remaining part of their
wardrobe. The new members sur-
vived the day dressed in such at-
tire while obeying the commands
of older members such as walk-
ing backwards up the stairs or
,pushing lunch trays with their
noses. But these initiates proudly
suffered through the initiation
with the honor of becoming a
member ot the NHS.
Some of the new members kneel while exhibiting some of the articles which
made up their costumes.
There was an old woman who Taught a mean school
With blackboard, proiector, and a slide rule,
She hoped all her pupils in math would be smart,
But she loved them all dearly from The bottom of her
She taught and she taught and The years went by,
Her pupils worked and slaved with hardly a sigh.
They listened to math, they listened to her
As she wished for a hound, not a kitten to purr.
Thirty years of Teaching she managed to survive
Until along came that year, that fateful '65,
When a grand bunch of kids, The Yellowiacket group
Surprised the old teacher and "knocked her for a loop".
They bestowed upon her the annual dedication,
A truly great honor with the humbling reservation
The students thought her worthy of such a recognition,
To live up to such an honor is now her ambition.
Her spirits they had lifted, her ioy knew no bound
When they made her a present of a darling Basset
Finding enough words to describe the happiness
ls- a mathematics problem the old teacher hasn't solved.
There is a little puppy, a frisky little hound
With long floppy ears and a loud ioyful sound,
Who joins with his owner to say "Thanks a million!"
For a life full of Tun and friends worth a billion!
Seniors wait expectantly outside auditorium for the pro-
Expressions of ioy, anticipation, optimism and wonder till
the students faces as they prepare to line up tor Bacca-
160 SENIORS PARTICIPATE
wait patiently for the remainder of the class to be
Patsy Marburger supplied the music for the services.
Reverend Sam Fore was the guest speaker at Bacca-
The Senior Class of '65 leaves the auditorium knowing that the next time they are together diplomas will be given
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Charlene Hitt was valedictorian of
The Senior class with a 94.70 aver-
Terry Lutz gladly receives his long awaited diploma.
Carol Crumm, who tied with Bar-
bara Childres for salutatorian,
gives her final speech To the
Seniors leave auditorium tor The last Time.
Senior girls make Iasr rninuTe aoliusTrnenTs before going To auditorium
EXERCISES RAINED OUT
Seniors focus Their eyes sfraighf 'foward The future during graduation exercises.
Nancy Richardson, head cheerleader, graduates
with the record of 3 of her 3 high school years as
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Judy Ellard, who represented the Freshman
class, presented many acroloatic stunts. Oppo-
site, she exhibits her skill.
As AHS expands, more faculty mem-
. bers are needed. This year we have added
several new faculty members to the sys-
tem and welcomed back many old mem-
bers. These teachers, both old and new,
experienced and inexperienced, have
proved themselves well qualified in their
A school can only function properly
with leadership provided by the faculty.
In addition to conducting classes, faculty
members take time to sponsor club and
extra-curricular activities. Through the con-
cern and efforts of many of our faculty
members we can now take many ad-
vanced courses. ln language arts, ad-
vanced English, French IV, and German
are offered, in math, elementary analysis
and advanced math are offered, in science,
biology II is offered. In every subject the
students' needs are considered and the
teachers strive to make their classes inter-
esting to each individual.
Student activities, curriculum, and main-
tenance are some of the duties of our ad-
ministration. Their decisions determine the
basic policies followed by faculty and stu-
dents as well.
Faculty, administrators and all other staff
members contribute to the proper func-
tioning of AHS.
MR. JOHN McNIEl
Serving his first year as AHS principal,
Mr. John McNiel has impressed every-
one around him with his smooth running
of the high school. Mr. McNiel's two pre-
vious years as assistant principal have
made him aware of the problems our
growing school presents, and he has
handled most of the difficulties intelli-
gently and successfully. Even though he
is mild-mannered and quiet, the student
body has come to realize that he is stead-
fast when a problem arises and unwaver-
ing once a decision has been made. Devot-
ing all his time to the school administra-
tion, Mr. McNiel has rightly earned the
admiration we give him.
MR. PATRICK 0'QUINN
In his first year as superintendent of
the Alvin Independent School Distirct, Mr.
Patrick O'Quinn has made many changes
and innovations. He has instigated the
program of instructing the prisoners at
the Ramsey Prison Farm in Angleton, Tex-
as. The superintendent has also begun a
"suggestion system" for all teachers and
administrators. With his quiet determina-
tion and eager desire to make improve-
ments, Mr. O'Quinn has gained the re-
spect ot his co-workers. Mr. O'Quinn, ad-
mired by all around him, is an asset to
our school system.
ADMINISTRATORS HELP SCHOOL RUN SMOOTHLY
Co-ordinating the work of
our school, the administrators
efficiently guide and help the
students. As assistant to Mr.
McNiel, Bill Reed is in charge
of disciplinary actions within
the school. Miss Cope and
Miss Biggers, the counselors,
advise the students through
testing and analyzing. The
office secretaries, Mrs. Rog-
ers and Mrs. Forgy keep in
order the business involved
in running a school.
Through the hard work of
the librarian, Mrs. Stiles, and
her assistant, Mrs. Childress,
students have at their disposal
an orderly and well-equipped
The administrators work
hard to keep the school run-
ning smoothly. Every stu-
dent benefits from their ef-
ESTELLE COPE BARBARA BIGGERS
MARY EDITH FORGY MARY STILES
BESSIE MAE KEE CLEO CONGRADY LUCILLE MASON LOUISE PAYTE
ENGLISH CLASSES UNVEIL NEW FACETS OF THE LANGUAGE
Teaching the students to appreciate great works and
to understand their language better, the English De-
partment serves the school well. Under competent
teachers guided by the chairman of the department,
Miss Bessie Mae Kee, students are required to take
tour years of English. From the interpretations of litera-
ture and the explanations of grammar, the students
gain a better understanding of themselves and the
people around them.
SUE Wll-SON DOROTHY TRAFTON
Teachers pause for break and relaxation. Chairman ofthe English Department Miss Kee ponders
Miss Dablos' shorthand students Take dictation with growing speed.
STUDENTS LEARN AND PRACTICE MANY BUSINESS SKILLS
ln Teaching skills in Typing, shorthand, notehand,
bookkeeping and The fundamentals of economics, stu-
dents spend The first part ot The course learning The
skill and The second half practicing. The Talents They
cultivate and The skills They develop stay with Them
The rest of Their lives and are fundamental in Their
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Typing instructor, Mrs. Myles, helps student
Teacher, Mr. Young, To learn techniques of
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MARTHA COOLEY MARY HYDER
BETSY DABBS THERESA MYLES
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JULYNE CABINESS MARTY FARQUHARSON BILL HENRY
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION ENLIVENS THE SCHOOL DAY
WAYNE HARRIS J. W. WATSON JOE PEERY
tliss Cabiness' sixth-period physical education class displays skill at doing exercises.
AU BREY HORNER
Devoted to developing the
physical fitness of the stu-
dents of AHS, the P.E. teach-
ers drive their students
through vigorous workouts.
Bill Henry, athletic director,
guides the coaches on his
staff throughout the football,
basketball, baseball, and track
seasons. Most of the P.E.
teachers also carry the load
of teaching academic subiects.
The fine men and women
guiding the P.E. Department
insure the proper develop-
ment of all high school stu-
Mr. Parker smiles at a questioning
Students in Mr. McCauley's class pass up assignments.
HISTORY REVEALS THE PAST AND PREPARES US FOR THE FUTURE
Mr. Roberts strikes a familiar pOSe. ED PARKER MQNA DANIEL
With a past to explain and
a future to prepare us tor,
the history instructors of AHS
cover the span of the ages.
The teachers delve not only
into facts but also into the
lives and personalities of the
historical characters we study.
Through contact with the ex-
periences of our ancestors, we
learn of their problems and
mistakes. The History Depart-
ment offers us the chance to
prepare for our lives by ex-
amining the lives. of others.
CHARLES MCCAULEY BOBBY MELOY CLARK ROBERTS
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DONNA RAE HARRIS
rs LUKE KENNEDY
PHILIP I.. ARMSTRONG HELEN A. HORTON HELEN S. ROBERTS
As insTrucTors in The fine and useful arTs, These Teachers
instill pracTical culTure in The sTudenTs' educaTion. Under I
The guidance of our music insTrucTors, we can parTicipaTe
A in such musical evenTs as choir and band concerTs, piano
and organ reciTals, and a musical play aT The end of The
year. PracTical arts Tor looys-woodworking, meTal shop,
drafTing, and vocaTional agriculTure-are TaughT by well-
qualified men. The homemaking deparTmenT offers insTruc-
Tion in cooking, sewing, housing, and Tamily relaTions. In
The arT class sTudenTs may learn such craTTs as painTing,
prinTing, TapesTry, mosaic work, and sculpTuring. The skills
and TaIenTs That are developed by These Teachers help The
sTudenTs appreciaTe and use Their TalenTs.
C' P' Music, ART, AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES
EMMIT A MILLER
A. L, DIETRICH
Students enjoy the modern facilities of the
INSTILL CULTURE APPRECIATION
Shop boys use the school's modern equipment
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PEGGY HOPE SUSAN DeFOY
MAREE HICKS KATY GENTILE
Through explaining the languages and customs of for-
eign countries, the language department helps us to un-
derstand the world around us. We learn not only the funda-
mentals and constructions of the languages, but also the
habits and temperaments of the people. With a glance to
the past in Latin and German classes, and a look to the
future in French and Spanish classes, the language depart-
ment explains the past and anticipates the future.
Future homemakers practice their skills on the sewing
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Instigating a new program of modern
study, the mathematics department has
increased its range and revolutionized its
course of study. Plane and solid geometry
have been combined as unified geometry,
general math has been changed to related
math, a fifth year of study, elementary
analysis, has been added. By daring to
make changes and to try new ideas, the
mathematics department has become one
of the most efficient in the school.
E UATIONS GRAPH PR F AND CHEMICAL
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ERNESTINE GOLDSTON CLEMENCE GRAEF
Equipped with spacious and modern facili-
ties, the science department offers students
the opportunitylto investigate the wonders of
matter and energy personally. There are a
possible five years of science offered, from
physical science to physics and laboratory
studies. Dividing their time between classroom
and lab work, the science teachers demon-
strate, as well as explain, the various phenom-
ena. By taking, five years of guided study,
students gain a basic knowledge of the funda-
mentals and concepts of science.
FORMULAS INTRIGUE STUDENTS
Miss McCullough, Mr. Glasgow, and Mrs, Robinson work in their respective chemistry, physical science, and biol
As our high school and each class have
expanded in size, our students have ex-
panded academically, socially, and emo-
tionally. Each class has completed a year
of development and experience.
Students in these classes are faced with
many challenges and responsibilities as
they progress through school. Perhaps the
greatest is to learn to cooperate as a class
and work as a unit to make each class the
best one yet. Such activities as the Home-
coming parade tloat building, the Powder-
puff game, and prom preparation require
this cooperation. The growth of AHS and
the success of its activities are dependent
on each student and how well he lives up
to this challenge.
The varied interests of the
Seniors were revealed when
the teachers selected Out-
standing Seniors. Some of
these students are class otti-
cers, Student Council mem-
bers, cheerleaders, and an-
nual staft members. Others
are leaders in student govern-
LYNN HOLDO-REF BARBARA CHILDRES
64 JERRY SPINKS SHERRY LYNN MOORE
MARY MARGARET MONARCH
mem, academics, aThleTics,
and The field of music. These
sTudenTs were chosen Tor
Their aTTiTude, leadership, sin-
ceriTy, academic achievemenT,
friendliness, and honesTy. The
OuTsTanding Seniors display
The high sTandards and ideals
of Seniors '65.
ELIZABETH HUNTER CHARLES THOMAS
AMY GARWQOD TOMMY BETTES
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Carla Beaver and John Carlfon were chosen by Their
fellow classrnafes as The Senior girl and boy mosf rep-
resenfafive of Their class. Carla has been a cheerleader
for four years, and John is a nafional merif scholarship
finalisf, BoTh serve as STudenT Council officers and have
served as class officers, represenTing Their class's high
ideals and sTandards.
Seniors, realizing This is The final year aT AHS, begin
The year wifh spirif and inTeresT beyond compare. Vic-
Tory seemed To be The Seniors' password as They won
wiTh The Homecoming parade floaf, Powderpuff, and The
Spirif Jug. Seniors wound up a busy year by ordering
graduafion inviTaTions, measuring for caps and gowns
and Taking college board entrance Tesfs.
Junior Historians 2, Vice-President,
Secretary, UIL Poetry Interpretation T,
3, Jackettes 3-4, Powderpuff 3-4,
Campus Book Club 4, Secretary.
Alvin FFA Rodeo l-4, FTA 3, Rodeo
Club 3, Jackettes 3-4, Girls industrial
Arts Club 4.
Student Council lg French Club 2,
Band l, 35 UlL Number Sense T, 2,
47 Tennis l-4.
Track T, Athletic Club l, 2, 47 Base-
ball 2, 4, Senior Faculty Basketball
Band l-25 Library Club 2-45 Choir 4.
Band 1-4, Regional Band 2, District
Band 2-47 NHS 3-4, Powderpuff 3-4.
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NEW YEAR HOLDS PROMISE FOR SENIORS '65
At the top of the class, the Senior officers
challenge fellow class members to reach
heights of their high school career. The
officers are: Judy Wooster, Parliamentar-
ian, Lynn Holdortt, Recording Secretary,
Carla Beaver, Corresponding Secretary,
Elizabeth Hunter, Treasurer, Jerry Spinks,
President, and Mary Monarch, Vice-Presi-
Senior "Lighthouse" takes first place in annual Homecoming parade.
SENIORS HAVE WINNING YEAR
Track T-37 Athletic Club T-37 Football
37 Powderpuff Cheerleader 47 Slide
Rule Club 4.
Highlights 'I7 Band 'I-27 UIL Spelling
17 Library Club 2-4.
Track I7 Football 1-27.Baseball 2-47
Athletic Club T-47 Powderputf Cheer-
leader 3. A
Library Club 2-47 FNA 3j Jackettes
FHA i, Corresponding Secretary7
French Club 2, Secretary7 FNA I-37
Jackettes 47 Senior Play 4.
Band 'I-4, Vice-President 47 NHS 3-4,
Vice-President 4j State UIL Piano Con-
test 47 Top Ten 4.
PASF Spanish Club 2-37 Library Club
Aj Powderpuff 4.
Biology Club 2-4, Treasurer 2-3.
American Legion Award I7 Student
Council T, 4, Recording Secretary 47
Cheerleader I-47 Most Representative
47 NHS 4.
Seniors forming a Powderpuft band for the first time, boost their team to victory
DEFEAT JUNIORS IN POWDERPUFF 24-I8
Band I-4, President 4, Student Coun-
cil 3, Workshop, YELLOWJACKET 4,
Basketball 'I-2, Senior Play.
Library Club 3-4, President 4, Senior
Play, Powclerpuff 3-4, FHA 3-4, Choir
Senior Play, YELLOWJACKET 4, Work-
shop, Band l-4, NHS 4, Powderpuff
CAROLYN EASLEY BOWEN
Highlights 'l, FHA 3-4, Creative Writ-
ing Club 2, 3-4.
Biology Club 2, German Club 3-4,
Baseball 2-4, Powderpuff Cheerleader
3, Athletic Club I-2, 4.
Quill and Scroll 3-4, Vice-President 4,
YELLOWJACKET 3-4, Workshop, Home-
maker of the Year 4, .lackettes 2-4,
Top Ten I-4.
Quill and Scroll 3-45 Boys' State5
YELLOWJACKET 3-45 Student Coun-
cil 2-4, Parliamentarian 2-45 Class Presi-
CoSalutatorian 45 National Council of
Teachers of English Award Nominee 35
Outstanding Senior 45 YELLOWJACKET
45 UIL Ready writing 1-4.
Band 1-4, District Band 2-35 UIL Dec-
lamation I-25 FTA 2-4.
Most Popular Girl 45 Senior Play 45
Football Sweetheart 45 Halloween Cor-
onation 3-45 FBLA 3-4, Vice-President
FHA 2-35 FTA 35 Jackettes 45 Senior
Play Committee 45 Library Club 4.
FTA 2-45 Jackettes 2-45 Creative Writ-
ing Club 35 French Club 2, Secretary5
DANA JEAN COOK
Band I-4, Regional Concert Band 45
FNA 3, Parliamentariam Powderpuff
3-45 Twirler 4.
Coronation Duchess 45 Band I-35 Twirl-
er 25 Girls' Industrial Arts Club 3-4,
Regional-State Secretary 35 FHA 4.
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French Club I, President5 Biology
Club 25 Industrial Arts Club 4, Sec-
retary5 Senior Play5 Powderpuff5 Pep
Chess Club 4.
FHA 3-45 Library Club 2-4, Secretary
45 Jackettes 3-45 UIL Spelling 2, Typ-
ing 35 FFA Typist 4.
Football I-45 Athletic Club 2-45 Track
35 Baseball 25 Powderpuff Twirler 3-4.
Band 'I-4, Parliamentarian 45 Dance
Band 2-45 NHS 3-45 Twirler I-45 Bra-
zoria County Twirling Fair Champion
SPIRIT RUNS HIGH IN SENIOR
Class President 27 Most Popular
Boy 45 Student Council 'l, Presidentf
Most Representative Boy 25 YELLOW-
FFA l-4, Vice-President l, Secretary
2, President 35 FFA Rodeo 3.
Slide Rule Club lg French Club 25
YELLOWJACKET 47 Powderput'-f Twirl-
er 45 Most Likely to Succeed Boy 4,
Library Club 3-4.
YELLOWJACKET 45 Basketball Sweet-
heart 3g Band l-45 Class Vice-President
35 NHS 4.
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Jimmy Smith and other Seniors turn back the clock to the days of guns and
dolls at the annual Senior Christmas party.
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Top Ten, I, 4, Co-Salutation I, 47
Jackettes 2-47 Parliamentarian 47 FHA
3-4, Secretary 47 YELLOWJACKET 2-47
Quill and Scroll 3-4.
Basketball I7 Football I7 Debate Team
'I7 Band I7 Industrial Arts Club 3-4.
WILLIAM A. DIXON
Athletic Club I-47 Tennis Team I-47
Slide Rule Club 47 Basketball 'I-27
Powderputf Cheerleader 3-4.
Band I-47 Library Club 2-37 Powder-
puff 4j Musical Play 3j Senior Play
Most Beautiful 2-37 FFA Sweetheart 27
Band I-4, Twirler I, 3, 47 Volleyball
37 Halloween Coronation I, 3.
COLORS: YELLOW AND WHITE
Student Council Tj Freshman Vice-
President7 Football l, 37 Athletic Club
2-37 Chess Club 4.
JAMES' ROBERT FOWLER
Jackettes 2-37 Library Club 2-4, Re-
porter 47 UlL Spelling T7 FTA 27
Senior Play 4.
FFA Club 'l-3, Reporter l.
Bluebonnet Girls' STBTEQ NHS 3-47 YEL-
LOWJACKET 2-4, Editor 47 Outstand-
ing Senior 47 Student Council, Cor-
responding Secretary 4.
JESSE R. GARZA
Football 27 Basketball 27 Musical Play
37 Choir 3-47 UIL Spelling 3.
Library Club l-27 Powderpuff man-
ager 47 FNA, Treasurer 47 FTA 3-4.
BETTY LOU DUNN
Transfer from Woodrow Wilson High
School in Ohio.
Biology Club 2-4, President 4.
Choir Club I7 Library Club 3-47 Band
1-27 Senior Play committee 4.
Band l-47 Dance Band 2-47 Band Club
2-47 Musical Play 3-4.
Band 3-4, District 3-47 Powderpuft 3-
47 Creative Writing Club 47 Spanish
Long hours of pracfice pay off as Senior play, "Cheaper by The Dozen", is a greaf success.
FTA 3-47 FBLA 3-4.
JIMMIE LlNDA GOODRIDGE
Band l-27 FNA 3-47 Volleyball
Team 2-41 Powderpuff 3-4.
MICHAL SHARIT GOULD
Library Club 3.
Football l-47 Track,2-47 Athletic
Club 2-47 Senior-Faculty Game 47
Gladiator Club l.
Art Club 4.
FHA 1-3, .Treasurer 37 Spanish
Club 27 FNA 4, Secretary7 Choir 4.
District Band 2-47 UlL Solo and
Ensemble Contest 3j Powderpuft
47 Library Club 2-4.
French Club 37 Powderpuff 4.
Biology Club 2-3:'Highlights l.
BRENDA MILLER HENNY
Highlights 1, Band 1-3, FNA 347
FHA 3-47 Industrial Arts for Girls.
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 2-4,
Vice-President7 Regional Secretary
47 FBLA 3, Treasurer7 Band 'I7
Powderpuff 3-47 Certificate of Mer-
it in Art 3.
CHARLENE MCCREE HITT
Valedictorian 1-47 NHS 3-47 Quill
and Scroll 3-47 Student Council
l-3, 47 YELLOWJACKET 2-4.
Girls Industrial Arts 4.
Student Council I, 3-4, Treasurer
4, Workshop7 NHS 3-47 Recording
Secretary 47 Annual Co-Editor 2, 47
Quill and Scroll 3-4.
FHA 'I7 Girls Industrial Arts Club
37 Library Club 2-4.
Football 'l-2, Captain i7 Track
l-27 Baseball 3-42 Basketball l-47
Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, Twirler
Tennis l-27 French Club 2, Treas-
urer7 Basketball 1-47 Baseball 3-47
Athletic Club 'l-4.
Jackettes 3-4, Recording Secretary
47 Senior Girl Most Likely to Suc-
ceed 47 Top Ten 47 Treasurer 47
Teen Tips 17 Library Club 2-37
FBLA 47 Powclerpuff 4.
Basketball 17 Baseball 2437 Athletic
Club 2-37 Senior Play7 Industrial
Arts Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms.
JOHN HOWARD KEITHLEY
Chess Club 3-4, Photography Club 2,
Industrial Arts Club I.
Baseball 2, Football Manager 3-4, Ath-
letic Club 2-4, Senior Play, FHA Beau
Basketball I-4, Beaty Award I, All-
District 3, Baseball 3, Football I-4,
All-District I, 4, Mr. Sportsmanship
4, Athletic Club I-4.
Track Manager I, French Club 2, In-
dustrial Arts Club 4, Basketball I.
Baseball 2-4, Athletic Club 2-4, -Foot-
ball I, Basketball I, 2, Powderpuff
Band I-2, Chess Club 2-3, Industrial
Arts Club 4.
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Seniors, Larry Huffman, Judy Wooster, and Gena Woods record their names on the
CLASS MOTTO: 'LIFE IS A I
Powd-erpuff 3-4, Jackettes 3-4, Library Club
2-3, Vice-President 3, FHA 4, Historian,
FBLA 2, FNA 3-4, Junior Class Treasurer,
Jackettes 3-4, Corresponding Secretary 4i
Jackettes 2-4, Treasurer 4, FNA 3-4, Secre-
tary 3, Parliamentarian 4, FTA 4, Powder-
Football I, Basketball I-2, Baseball 2, French
Track I, 3, Athletic Club 3-4, Powderpuff
Cheerleader 4, Coronation 4, Industrial Arts
FBLA 3-4, Parliamentarian 4, Industrial Arts
Club for Girls 2, Powderpuft 3-4.
Football I-4, Track I-3, Athletic Club I-4i
Powclerpuff Beau 4, Powderpuft Cheerlead-
Junior Historian Club 2, FBLA 3, FHA 3-45
Girls Industrial Arts Club 4.
FFA l-4, President 2, District Treas-
urer 3j FFA Rodeo i-4.
Junior Historian Club Aj Band l-4,
Stage Band 47 County Government
Judge Aj Band Beau 4.
Rodeo Club 3.
FHA 2j Art Club 3-4.
Science Club 4j Baseball 2-37 Band i-4,
Dance Band 2-47 Athletic Club 3.
Student Council lj FHA 3-4, Reporter
47 FNA 3-4, Treasurer 3, President 47
Homecoming Queen Nominee 47 Band
Seniors clash with faculty and come within four points of victory.
SENIORS FALL T0 FACULTY 60-64
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Crisco Award T7 FHA 'l-27 FBLA 3-47
Powderpuff 4, manager7 FTA 3.
FHA 'l, President7 FTA 37 Library
Club 37 FNA 4, Vice-President7 Pow-
YELLOWJACKET 2-47 Powderpuff 47
Football T-47 Baseball 2-47 Athletic
ALVA JO MAYES
Jackettes 4i Library Club Aj FNA 3j
French Club 2, Vice-President7 FHA
MARY MARGARET MONARCH
DAR Good Citizen Award 47 Vice-
President 47 Jackettes 2-4, President
47 NHS 3-47 Student Council 4, Work-
Teen Tips T7 Library Club 2, Secre-
tary, Treasurer 37 FBLA 4j Powder-
liibifiiif lg. MUUQE
Miss Sportsmanship 4, Volleyball 2-4,
Captain 4, Student Council 4, Work-
shop, Powderpuft 3-4, Captain 3-4,
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 3, State
SHERRY L. MOORE
Student Council i-4, President 4,
Workshop, NHS 3-4, Class Secretary
l-3, Twirler and Band l-4, Most Beau-
tiful Senior 4.
Jackettes 3-4, Library Club 2-4, Vice-
President 4, FTA 3, FHA 3-4, Powder-
NHS 3-4, Tennis l-2, Powderputf 3-4,
Captain, FFA Sweetheart 2, Rodeo
Library Club 2-4, Jackettes 3.
Band l-4, Drum Major 4, Feature
Twirler 3, Brazoria County Fair Twirl-
ing Winner 4, Top Ten l, Highlights
'l, Business Manager, UIL Prose Inter-
pretation l, alternate.
Football 2-4, Athletic Club 2-4, Pow-
derpuff Twirler 3, Senior Play, Band
Baseball 4, Mathematic Association of
America Award 3, Basketball i-2,
Golf 1-3, Athletic Club 1-4.
Basketball l, industrial Arts Club 2-4,
Vice-President 4, Rodeo Club 3: POW-
derputt Head Cheerleader 4.
FNA 3-45 FHA 3.
SUE ANNE NEWTON
Library Club 25 FBLA 35 UIL Typing
35 FHA 4.
FFA 2-35 Industrial Arts Club 2-35
Spanish Club 4.
MARION OBER, JR.
Industrial Arts Club 2-4, Secretary 3,
President 45 Track manager I.
Band 1, Twirler5 Library Club 2-4,
Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Powderputt man-
ager 3-4, FFA Sweetheart 4.
FHA I5 FNA 3-45 Choir 3-4.
Industrial Arts Club 2-4.
Rodeo Club 45 FFA 2-4.
JAY A. OWEN, II
Chess Club I-25 Athletic Club 35 Golf
Team 35 Speech Club 4, Secretary5
CAREN ANN PALMER
FBLA 3-4, Reporter 45 Powderpuff 4.
Track 'I5 Baseball 2-45 Athletic Club
2-45 Powclerpuff twirler 3.
JUDY ANNE PATT
FNA 45 Transfer from Belton High
School, Belton, Missouri.
SENIORS PAUSE IN A BUSY YEAR
T0 RELIVE PAST
Football, T, Model Car Club
T, Chess Club 2, Science
Track 'I-2, Rodeo Club 2-3,
Youth Rodeo 2-4.
Highlights T, Slide Rule
Club 'lf French Club 3,
Treasurerg Junior Historian
Club 2-4, Treasurer 4, Sen-
NITA GAYLE PICKENS
Coronation Queen 3, FBLA
3-4, Treasurer 3, Secretary
4, Powderpuff 3-4, Captain
39 FTA 3-4, Volleyball man-
Seniors enioy an afternoon of childish activities. Sharon Crook,
Darrel Hunt, Dale Camp, and Darlene Aldridge wait impatiently
to go to the city park tor a hot dog lunch.
Measuring for graduation caps and gowns marks the close of years of achievement. Mrs. Goldston meas-
ures Sandra Zigal as Betty Barnes, Janet Terry, Nancy Richardson, Judy Wooster, Joyce Lehman, and Dar-
lene Aldridge Wait to be measured.
MEMORIES OF MANY HAPPY TIMES
NHS 3-4, Secretary-Treasurer, Reporter,
Top Ten 4. Powderpuff 4.
Homecoming Queen 4, Cheerleader
I-4, Head Cheerleader 47 Miss AHS 45
NHS 3-4, Parliamentarian-Historian.
Volleyball 3-4, Co-Captain 4.
FBLA 2-3, Industrial Arts Club for
Girls 4, Press Club If Band 'If Pow-
Russian Club If Junior Historians 2-
4, President 2-4.
Choir 3-4, Speech Club 3-4.
Spanish Club 1-25 Football, Basket-
ball, Track manager 2-3.
Seniors and dates enioy a lovely evening at the Dinner-Dance given by the Senior mothers at the Holiday Inn
CAP SENIORS' FINAL ACTIVITIES
Baseball 2-4, All District 3, Basketball
3-4, Sophomore Vice-President, Most
Handsome 2, 4.
Biology Club 2, Vice-President, Junior
Historian Club 3-4, President 4, UIL
Library Club 2-4, Parliamentarian, FHA
Club 3-4, FFA Youth Rodeo 2-4,
HARRY SHRIVER, JR.
FFA I-4, Rodeo Club I.
YELLOWJACKET 4, Business Manager,
FFA I-3, Student Advisor, Football 'I-4,
FFA Youth Rodeo 2-3, Houston Fat
Stock Show 2-3, Judging Team, Bra-
zoria County Fair 2-3, Judging Team.
Industrial Arts Club 4, Reporter, Trans-
fer from Highland High School, Albu-
querque, New Mexico.
Band I-4, Secretary 4, Band Sweet-
heart 4, Art Club 3-4, Vice-President
4, Transfer from Casper, Wyoming 3.
Athletic Club 3-47 Senior Play.
SPENCE JAMES SPARKS
sion State Solo 37 Basketball l-37 Band
'l-47 Slide Rule Club 'l.
Football l-4, Captain 47 Baseball 2-47
Class President 1, 47 NHS 3-4, Presi-
dent 47 Mr. AHS 4.
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 2, FHA
47 Creative Writing 37 Library Club
Aj Powderputt 3-4.
Football l-4, Co-captain 4, All-District
Honorable Mention 47 All School Nlost
Handsome 4, Most Handsome 37
County Sheriff 37 Coronation l-37 Pow-
derpuff Cheerleader 3, Head Twirler 4.
Football 'I7 Gladiator Club 'lp Industrial
Arts Club 2j Rodeo Club 3.
The final class meeting, conducted
tivities and college preparation.
by Jerry Spinks, gives Seniors a question and answer period about graduation ac-
Basketball i-37 Slide Rule Club 27
All-Region Concert Band 2-47 'lst Divi-
3 ,. 5
Baccalaureate services bring Seniors to the realization that they only have a few more olays to spend in high school.
Band l-45 Biology Club 3-4, Treas-
urer 45 UlL Solo and Ensemble Con-
test 'l5 FTA 2-45 Powclerputf 3.
Confetti 35 Art Club 45 Transfer from
Spring Branch High, Houston.
Student Council T, Vice-President5
Baseball 2-45 Coronation 2, 45 Basket-
ball l-45 Powclerpuft Cheerleader 4.
Band l-45 Library Club 2-35 Powder-
putf 3-45 Industrial Arts Club for
Girls 3-47 TIASA 3-4.
DON ELWYN P. TOWER
Industrial Arts Club 2-4, Reporter 35
Senior Play Committee.
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Play, Football 'l-45 Athletic Club l-4.
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 4, -Secre-
tary, Volleyball 25 FBLA 35 Athletic
Club 'lp Powderpuff 3-4.
CHARLOTTE MARIE WARE
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 2, 4,
FNA 3, Powderpuff 3.
DOLORES ELAINE WEST
Library Club 2-4.
Number Sense T, 3-4, Slide Rule
Industrial Arts Club for Boys 2, Secre-
tary, Rodeo Club 3, Art Club 4.
SENIORS '65 SAY-
German Club 3-4, Treasurer 3.
BOBBY EARL WlLLS
Athletic Club l-2, Art Club 4.
UIL Number Sense 1, FFA l-4, Green-
hand Treasurer 1, Sentinel 2, Secre-
tary 3, District Vice-President.
FFA Club l-4, Treasurer 2, Vice-Presi-
dent 35 Alvin FFA Rodeo 4.
Art Club 3-4, President 4, Treasurer
3, Speech Club 3, Band l-3, Powder-
FBLA 4, FTA 4.
Powderputf 3-4, Captain 4, Parliamen-
tarian 45 Biology Club 2-4, Secretary
3, Vice-President 4, FTA 2-3, President
37 FFA Rodeo 2-3.
Industrial Arts Club for Girls 4, Presi-
dent, FBLA 3, Sweetheart of Industrial
Arts Club 4.
JOY ANN WREN
Library Club 2-4.
Chess Club 2-35 Slide Rule Club 47
Powderputf Pep Squad 4.
FHA l-4, Secretary l-2, Vice-President
3, President 4, Jackettes 3-4, Powder-
puff 3-4, UIL Typing 3, Shorthand 45
"HATS OFF T0 YOU"
Excited, solemn, and starry-eyed Seniors receive their diplomas, which is the climax of their Senior year The
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Rachel Adams and Billy Childress are elected by their
classmates as "Most Representative" Junior girl and boy.
Rachel is a member of the annual staff, is a member
of the tennis team and is an A student. She has been an
Alvin Yellovviacket cheerleader for two years and has
worked on the Student Council. Billy is also an outstand-
ing student and sportsman. He has lettered in football,
basketball, baseball, and track. He has also proven his
leadership as a member of the Student Council and
1964-65 has been a busy year for the Juniors. They
started the year off by sponsoring the Junior-Senior
Powderpuff Game and Twirp Dance. Next, they worked
together and built a float which won third place in the
Homecoming Parade. At the close of the year, the .lun-
iors helped to sponsor the Junior-Senior Banquet and
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Carier Emeri, Vice-
President, Tim Dra-
Bobby Jacobs, Parlia-
meniarian, and Sher-
ry Srniih, Secretary.
Becerra, Rose Mary
JUNIORS BEGIN YEAR WITH A RALLY FOR SPIRIT
Junior girls add spirit to school pep rallies.
AND A NEAR VICTORY IN POWDERPUFF.
Del Bello, Jimmie
Del Bello, Tommy
Teammaies experience varied emoiions as contest wages
With eager and interested minds, Billy Childress and Linda Labry experiment in the world of chemistry
JUNIORS FACE CHALLENGES AS
WELL AS RESPGNSIBILITIES AT All TIMES
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During a class election, Juniors, Jack Kidd, Jerry Barbee, Judy Hambleton, Barbara Jircik, and Retta Gebert,
exhibit the democratic way of voting.
Kettler, Mary Ellen
Hawkins, Mary Ann
A COMMON GOAL OF All JUNIORS IS
Juniors eagerly place Their orders for Their I966 senior rings which symbolize accomplish
ment. Ordering rings are Carolyn Franz, Donna Powell, Susan Dearing, and Linda Biles
ORDERING THE SENIOR RINGS.
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A HARD DAY'S WORK IS TURNED
Juniors and sponsors find
Thar fun can be combined
with hard work as they pre-
pare 'rhe decorations for The
annual Junior-Senior Prom.
Those decorating are Becky
Gober, Buzz Crainer, Mr.
Remingron, and Mrs. Traffon.
INTO AN "EVENING IN PARIS"
Sherie Fowler and Jerry Bar-
walk cafe through The Arch
of Triumph. Cheryl Morgan
rounding the Eiffel Tower.
bee enter the Parisian side-
and Johnny Francis dance un-
der a star-spangled sky sur-
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Smith, Mike D.
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JUNIORS PROUDLY END SCHOOL YEAR WITH
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Nine Junior members of the National Honor Society are chosen.
The three girls are Gail Blanton, Retta Gebert, and Rachel Adams,
the six boys are Jim Wiginton, Rick Brown, Billy Childress, Guy
Wellborn, Bobby Jacobs, and Randy Raines.
Guy Wellborn has been selected as a participant in the mathe-
matics workshop at Oregon State University.
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ThaT iT Takes more Than populariTy To be represenTaTive
of The Sophomore class. AlThough boTh are Top sTu-
denTs, Kandace is co-edilor of The Junior Annual. Don
parTicipaTes in such sporTs as TooTball, baskeTball, and
baseball, and is presidenT of The Sophomore class, and
a member of The STudenT Council.
Hard work and long hours vvin Sophomores second
place in homecoming TloaT compeTiTion and vicTories on
The aThleTic Tield. High academic averages also qualify
sophomores for awards in UIL liTerary compeTiTion.
Sophomore class officers are: Carol Hankamer, Parliamentarian, Ruth Holdorft Secretary Carol Klmar, Treas
urer, Don Methvin, President, and Steve Rogers, Vice-President.
FIVE CAPABLE STUDENTS
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SOPHOMORES DIVIDE THEIR TIME
Sophomores add S154 to their class treasury by working hard in the concession stand.
BETWEEN STUDIES AND SERVICE
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BY PARTICIPATING IN All-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Sophomore students cast their votes in class election. Some Sophomores relax during lunch while others cram
for afternoon exams.
Macik, Hattie Ann
Meinke, Anna Sue
SPORTS ARE A VITAL PART
Sophomore boys, led by able coaches, work hard for vic-
Edward Labay goes up for two in exciting J.V. game
Sophomores put their heads together in final preparation for a track meet.
OF SOPHOMORE SCHOOL YEAR
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Ruth Holclorff leads spirited Sophomores to second place in
"Spirit Jug" competition.
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their Time to serve at The Junior-Senior banquel.
INSPIRES ACTS OF SERVICE
Thompson, Rose Mary
Edith Hunter well deserves The title of Most Repre-
sentative Girl of the Freshman class. She serves as class
president and as a member ot The Student Council. The
Freshman band members elected Edith as Their repre-
sentative, and she plays first chair flute, which is quite
an honor tor a Freshman. Even Though Edith participates
in many activities, she has a high academic average.
The Freshman class made a good choice in electing
Jesse Caldwell, Most Representative Boy. He lettered in
football and played basketball and baseball. By earning
a place on the Fall semester "B" Honor Roll, Jesse proves
that, although he may be active in extra curricular ac-
tivities, he can also make good grades.
F-ive alert officers lead the Freshman class. They are: Janet Rosenbaum, Secretary, Edith Hunter, President, Bruce Bar
nard, Vice-President, Becky Adams, Treasurer, and Jan Hughes, Parliamentarian.
FIVE OFFICERS LEAD FRESHMAN CLASS
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The Freshman coach-
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The Freshmen choose "Popeye, the Sailor" to fol-
low the nautical theme for their homecoming float.
Gabalclon, Mary Helen
HOMECOMING AND CHEERLEADER TRY OUTS
ENCOURAGE FRESHMAN PARTICIPATION
Vicky Barnhill, Susan Holsenback, and Sandra
Jephson wait to be screened for cheerleader
by the teachers.
As achievement 'tests are handed
out, the Freshmen prepare for a
hard day's work.
THE FRESHMEN STRIVE FOR
HIGH ACADEMIC LEVELS
Neves, Ruth Ann
ln various UIL literary events, AHS Freshmen matched their abilities against ninth
graders from other schools. Janet Rosenbaum, Patsy Marburger, Edith Hunter Mary
Rendon, and Frances Wetz won high awards in several events.
FRESHMEN ENJOY WINNING SEASON
Alvin Freshmen await the opening kick-off from the Channelview football team
TENNIS CLOSES YEAR'S ATHLETIC PROGRAM
Working hard since January,
the Freshman tennis team
showed progressive results at
the Rosenberg Tournament.
Gary Barber and Mike Dra-
chenberg brought home first
place in boys' doubles, and
following them, Zale Pletcher
won a second place in boys'
FRESHMEN DISCOVER THE RESOURCES
Freshmen take advantage
of library facilities. Miss
Wilson helps Elaine Math-
is, Martha Barton, Frances
Wetz, Gary Oliver, Dan
Evans, Pat Follis, and Ann
Talley select books for re-
Modern language laboratory equipment helps French students to increase their speaking ability and knowledge
PROVIDED FOR THEIR EDUCATION
Ziriax, Mattie Lou
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Sports play an important part in the
life of our high school. The band, the
cheerleaders, the Jackettes and various
other organizations all contribute to make
sports events a success. Through the com-
bined efforts of coaches and players many
promising teams have been formed. The
football team fought hard against strong
opponentsg the basketball team and girls'
volleyball team placed second in districtp
and the baseball team had an admirable
The school and the town as well dis-
play their interest by turning out for all
sports events. The spirit of the Yellow-
iackets, cheering their teams to victory,
echoes from the bleachers and is renewed
as each different school year begins.
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The T964-65 YELLOWJACKETS are: FIRST ROW: Kirby
Singleton, Rusty Graham, Dale Camp, Jim Stinson, James
Mach, Johnny Rodriquez, Dennis Mathis, Steve Town-
send, Larry McLendon, Jerry Spinks, David King, and
Bobby Kilborn CManagerJ. SECOND ROW: Perry Barnard,
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Bobby Jacobs, Mike Hatcher, Jimmy Williams, Joe Duoto,
Benny Briggs, Larry Hatcher, Steve Billings, Gary Kerr,
Mike Caldwell, Edward Labay, Billy Childress, Jim
Wiginton, Herbert Sonnen, Thomas Rives, Billy Bass,
Jerry Barbee, and John Mathison CManagerJ.
STINSGN AND SPINKS SUPPLY LEADERSHIP T0
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CapTains Jerry Spinks and
Jim STinson direcTed The
1964-65 YellowiackeT squad
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called upon many Times To
make decisions which re-
quired good iudgemenT and
a workable knowledge of The
game. The JackeTs had a fair
record and showed much im-
provemenT ThroughouT The
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No., 55-Sr, No. 40-Sr. No. 75-Sr,
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DEER PARK GAINS VICTORY
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No. 83-Sr. No. 76-Sr. No. B2-Sr.
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AHS .... 8 West Columbia 38
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J.V. defense halts Clear Creek advance.
J.V. team members are: FIRST ROW: Doug Schultz, Andy Dollar, Don Methvin, Steve Rogers, Charles Calvit, Calvin
Lee, Paul LaBarbera, and Jimmy Mays. SECOND ROW: Mickey Mark, Charles Oehlert, Charles Cook, Carolos Arebelo,
Pat Buller, Tommy Henry, Cris Clark, Jim Hawkins, Rusty McGee, Harold Dixon, and Tom DeWitt. THIRD ROW: Coach
Ferrell, Bill Franklin, Alvis Crumpton, Robert Allen, Gilbert Renfrow, David Smalling, Morgan Cheek, Richard Usrey,
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NINTH GRADE HAS PROFITABLE SEASON
Members of the ninth grade football team are: FIRST ROW: Ken Thomas, Tommy Robinson, Ray Garza, David Pow-
ledge, Ray Ferguson, Kenny Harris, Eddie Vest, Benny Leal, Steve Green, and Johnny Collins. SECOND ROW: Fred
George, manager, Donnie Little, Randy Brenek, Larry Corona, Bob Reese, Joe Bob Caperton, Gary Shry, Jesse Cald-
well, Richard Hering, Edward Lysakowski, Matt Ewing, manager, and Tommy Robicheaux, manager. THIRD ROW: Jerry
Terry, Tommy Carter, Gary Oliver, Bruce Barnard, Dan Evans, Doug Britton, Jett Wiginton, Fred Rodriguez, and Perry
Wollam. FOURTH ROW: Coach York, Frank Cargo, Bill White, Donald Dixon, Linden Fregia, .lack Petitt, Mike Ames,
Dave Eernisse, Pat O'Donnell, Randy Boff, Terry Bullard, Coach Cotton, and Mike Sechelski, manager.
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AHS--l8 Clear Creek ...... 16
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Two capable coaches, Cotton and York, lead Freshmen through a 7-3 season.
JACKETS HAVE 27 WINS . . . 4 LOSSES
Members ofthe 1964-65 basketball team are: Charles Thomas, Mike Moore, Robert Scruggs, Pat Wagner, Mike Smith,
Darrel Hunt, Nolan Ryan, David King, Butch Decuire, Billy Childress, Rick Brown, Randy Raines, and Larry Huffman.
Paul Sullivan is an efficient manager
for the winning Jackets.
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JACKETS ROLL OVER LAMAR
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Hun? wins race in scramble for ball.
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"Kerno" scores as Jackets smear Dickinson.
ALVIN CRUSHES DICKINSON 62-39
Clear Creek 'ripfoes past Alvin 37-36.
ROBERT SCRUGGS BUTCH DECUIRE
No. 51-Jr. No. 42-Jr.
JACKETS END SEASON WITH SECOND PLACE TIE
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"33's" clash and Ryan comes OUT on Top.
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JUNIOR VARSITY HAS EVEN SEASON
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hon, Don Methvin, Steve Rogers, and Thomas Kloecker. SECOND ROW: Morgan Cheek, Darrel Dixon, Jack Prefer
Doug Schultz, Eddie Brown, Gilbert Renfrow, Edward Labay, and Coach Horner.
Robert Scruggs scores two in a Junior Varsity game.
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM FARES WELL
The members of The Freshman basketball Team are: Eddie Crook, Randy Brenek, David Eernissee, and Don
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Tommy Robinson. SECOND ROW: Trip Triplell, Mike Pelile, and Pal O'Donald.
Sechleski, Kenny Harris, and Bruce Barnard. THIRD ROW:
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"A" TEAM TAKES SECDND IN DISTRICT
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Elizabeth Scruggs, Sandra Patterson, Nancy Rich- Labry.
ardson, Brenda Whatley, Sherry F. Moore, Jim-
Sandra Patterson spikes the ball in a practice game against Danbury.
Miss Cabiness, the volleyball coach, watches
one of the games.
VOLLEYBALL "B" TEAM WORKS TO IMPROVE PLAYING SKILLS
Members of The "B" Volleyball Team areg FIRST ROW: Linda Beasley, Jerry Driskill, Kara Henry, Sandra Corson, Vickie
Carrigan, and Vicky Barnhill. SECOND ROW: Carol Hankamer, Brenda Norris, Wanda Davis, Pat Newion, Lynda Rob-
bins, and Carol Klinar.
Margie Forgy and Jennifer McEwen serve as
managers for The volleyball Team.
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THE STATE 3A CHAMPIONSHIP
Coach J. W. Waison led Alvin's Baseball Team
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THE JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Coach Cotton, Mike Thomas, Charles Cook, Mike
Bobby Phillips, Ray Garza, David Powledge, Dave Moore, Gilbert Renfrow, Tommy Lovel, Doug Rich
Eernisse, Jesse Caldwell, Tommy Robinson, Steve moncl, and Malvin Green
Green, and Matt Ewing, Manager. SECOND ROW:
JACKETS PLACE SECOND IN STATE
The Alvin Jackets made their first appearance in
the state baseball tournament in Austin this year
and placed second in the 3A State Championship.
The Jackets upset The Snyder Tigers in The first
playoff game. Nolan Ryan shut out The Tigers 3-O
on a two-hitter.
In The second and final game, The Jackets were
edged out by The Waxahachie Indians 6-3. Pat
Wagner pitched a fine game for Alvin.
A combination of hitting and errors was The
downfall of The Jackets. in This last game. How-
ever, Their showing far exceeded anything They
had ever expected.
CONGRATULATIONS JACKETS! Second place is
a real achievement.
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Members of The Alvin state high school baseball fi-
nalists are: FIRST ROW: Pat Wagner, Dennis Mathis,
Charlie Thomas, Bobby Jacobs, Billy Childress, Don
Brown, Jim Parker, Don Ault, and Larry Huffman.
SECOND ROW: Student Coach Wayne Pollard, Jim
Waters, Ronnie Nelson, Eddie Allen, Don Methvin,
Butch DeGuire, Nolan Ryan, Jerry Spinks, and Coach
Jim Watson. Those not pictured are Tommy Lovell and
FOUR GOLFERS REPRESENT ALVIN AT DISTRICT MEET
COACH ORBRY HOLDEN
DAVID SMALLING JIMMY HUGHES
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and Mike Hafcher.
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Tips on pole vaulfing. make up The junior varsify mile-relay Team.
Members of the Junior Varsity Track team are: FIRST Roger Stevens, James Grotts, Mickey Mark, Thomas
ROW: Jim Little, Billy Bass, Ronnie Keels, Steve Buettner, Kloecker, Jay Botter, Charlie Oehlert, Andy Dollar,
Dennis Francis, Benny Briggs, Mike Caldwell, Mark Fer-' Charles Cleveland, and Chris Clark.
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guson, and Eddie Allen. SECOND ROW: Tommy Henry,
Steve Buettner, Benny Briggs, James Grottf,
and Charles Cleveland work hard to get In
shape for the mile relay.
Ebby Frazier places third in Dis-
trict varsity pole vault.
Thomas Kloecker, iunior varsity
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TAKES FIRST IN DISTRICT
Ronnie Keels, a Junior varsity district
participant, practices broad jumping.
The members of the Freshman track team are: FIRST ROW: Bob Reese, Donald
Burke, Ray Garza, Randy Williams, Jerry Terry, and Jeff Wiginton. SECOND
ROW: Richard Hering, Bruce Barnard, Eddie Vest, Ken Thomas, and Ray Rose.
THIRD ROW: Steve Green, Freddie Rodriguez, Gary Oliver, Dan Evans, Donnie
Little, and Randy Boff. FOURTH ROW: Coach Harris, Richard Mason, Doug Brit-
-fonl Bill Whitp Tnrrv Riillardc and .lack Petitt.
Billy Childress tied for first place in
the varsity high iump.
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fourth in Regional mile run.
Our school offers many and varied
clubs in which students may participate.
Students have the opportunity to do any-
thing from learning to play chess to learn-
ing about the functioning of a hospital.
Many of the clubs pursue their interests
and activities outside of club period. The
activities ofqthe clubs include lectures,
demonstrations, projects and field trips.
Clubs serve an important part in our
lives by opening new doors of interest
for many, benefiting the school as a whole
through their activities, and providing en-
tertainment. More important, they teach
us leadership and cooperation.
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An omsfanding drum major
and six capable Twirlers lead The
Yellowjacket Band. They all won
many awards and honors, Larry
McKenzie, drum maior, has been
especially successful in earning
medals. In 1963 and 1964 he
placed first in UIL compeTiTion and
second in sTaTe compeliiion.
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ALVIN BAND ADDS SPIRIT
Members comprising the woodwind section
are: FIRST ROW: Edtih Hunter, Lucy Bossley,
Linda Christotterson, Freida Dickens, Linda
Rooth, Jan Hughes, Shirley Delesandri, and
Sara Williams. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Grit-
fin, Nancy McKinnis, Dale Smith, Kathy
Doerr, Dianna Phillips, Vicki Higgins, Caro-
lyn Franz, and Shirley Ayres. THIRD ROW:
Carol Canady, Steve Lyng, Martha Burns,
Becky Wallace, Delores LeCompte, Gracie
Leedy, Clem Garza, Billy Triplett, Nati Guer-
rero, and Emily Sanchez. FOURTH ROW:
Buzz Crainer, Karen Kettler, Glenn Schafer,
Paul Adams, and Doug Smith. Not pictured:
Peggy Norris and Betty Barnes.
Members making up the crossbar of the
clarinet section are: Nancy Anderson, Ann
Carlisle, Wayne Knape, Gay Johnson, and
Sandra Hall. LEFT SIDE: Dana Cook, Mary
Harpole, Ann Ferguson, Geraldine Nowak,
Linda Tagert, Lana Turner, Kay Thompson,
Sherry Ann Smith, lrene Adame, Agnes
Guerrero, Diana Stein, Nancy Moore, and
Mary Marx. RIGHT SIDE: Marsha Saunders,
Mike Tagert, Terry Ober, Dave Wilkenson,
Linda Powell, Brenda Swindell, Bonie Baker,
Debbie Hummel, Jan Smith, An Walker and
Mary Ellen Kettler.
to scnool Events
Members of the brass section are: FIRST erly Muma, Phil Vance, Joe Hickman, Larry
ROW: Reggie Smith, Freddy Dickens, Sherry McKenzie, Bill Knox and Jimmy Fannin.
L. Moore, Kathy Whitlock, Henry Lares, THIRD ROW: Clifford Back, Keith Mallatt,
Judy Phillips, Wendell Hayes, Henry Garcia, Tim Holtschlag, Tommy Bettes, Allen Hale,
Jack McKenzie, Wanda Mayo and Dor. Win- Hebert Ferguson, Doug Crider, and Jimmy
nett. SECOND ROW: Rodney Howell, James Sparks. Not pictured: Butch Decuire, Terry
Driggers, Janet Terry, Lynda Robbins, Bev- Lee, and E. J. Sherrick.
Members playing percussion instruments in Ted McPhetridge, Roy Brooke, Jimmy
the band are: Nancy Dollar, Juanice Good- Brooke, Leroy Turvey, and Juliene Keith.
win, Martha Andrews, Barbara Huepers, Not Pictured: Sharon Crook.
Mr. Schlessiger, a student teacher, learns with
his first students.
The Yellovviacket Band performs at an assern-
loly for the enioyment ot the student body.
FUll SCHEDULE KEEPS
A lot of hard practice goes into everything the band does.
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BAND IN STEP
The Alvin High School Yellowiacket Band, under the direction
of Mr. Phil Armstrong, is the largest organization in our school.
The band members act as spirit boosters during football season,
and perform very enioyable half-time shows, which are the
result of much hard work and co-operation on everyone's part.
However, the band does not disappear after the football sea-
There are still contests and concerts which continue to call
for everyone's hard work, and this year the band members re-
ceived many first and second place ratings in individual and
concert competition. As members of the music department, the
band members help with the presentation of a musical in the
spring. The study of music even in band classes is not limited
to lust playing that instrument. Many aspects of music, perform-
ance, and working together, are taught to create an outstand-
Many Alvin band students ranked as First Division winners in
the UIL Solo and Ensemble contests this year.
Mr. Armstrong directs the band with knowl-
edge and enthusiasm.
With Mrs. Roberts as sponsor,
the members of the Future Home-
makers of America investigate
new areas of homemaking. The
officers this year are: FIRST ROW:
Mrs. Roberts, Sponsor, Sandra
Zigal, President, Linda Turrentine,
Vice-President, and Carol Crumm,
Secretary. SECOND ROW: Cathy
Cleveland, Treasurer, Joy Bullard,
Pianist, Barbara Childres, Re-
porter, Louise Little, Parliamentar-
ian, and Diana Little, Song Leader.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AND FARMERS
Members of the Future Homemakers Club are: FIRST Rufh Agtgnl Sara Pina, Ellen Standley, Theresa Grupe,
ROW: Carolyn Bowen, Sue Ann Newton, Linda Cope- Jerry Driekill, and Janice Renfrow. THIRD ROW:
land, Charlene Coleman, Grace Leedy, Iris Shoe- Pauline Norton, Melanie Mosis, Toni Corona, Elaine
make, and Alice Croix. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Payne, Kreuzer, Laura Booth, and Kathy Brown.
LEARN NEW METHODS
Officers for the FFA Future
Farmers of America this year are
Robert Johnson, President, Bruce
Whetstein, Vice-President, Mike
Levy, Secretary, Don Koster, Treas-
urer, Donald Jefferies, Reporter,
Claud Alfred, Sentinel, Larry Col-
lins, Student Adviser, and Mr.
Luke Kennedy, Adviser.
Members of the FFA are: FIRST ROW: Sammy
Cross, Ronnie Shriver, Sammy Guaiardo, Jimmy Col-
lins, Ray Ferguson, James Kirk, Robert Johnson,
Billy Joe Plaster, Gonzalo Garcia, and Bobby Ober.
SECOND ROW: Wayne Knippel, Student Teacher,
Mike Levy, Ronald Robertson, Eddie Ferguson, Don
Little, Mitchell Alexander, Claud Alfred, Terry Gib-
son, Don Koster, and Luke Kennedy, Adviser. THIRD
ROW: Randy Williams, Bobby Phillips, Donald Jeff-
eries, Larry Collins, Joe Bob Caperton, Robert Till,
Tommy Carter, Doug Miller, Gary Shry, Bruce Whet-
stein, Gaylon Flora, Fred Wieder, and Bill Wofford.
FOURTH ROW: Harry Shriver, Owen Craig, Arthur
Woodard, Bill Flora, and Gary Rohon.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY RECOGNIZES
According to tradition, new NHS members are initiated by old members.
One of the highest honors any
student can receive is to be se-
lected for the National Honor So-
ciety. its requirements are leader-
ship, service, scholarship, and
character. Only fifteen percent ot
the senior class and tive percent
of the junior class may be se-
lected for this society.
Two year members of NHS are: Mary Monarch, Charlene Hitt, Nancy An-
derson, Nancy Richardson, Carol Canady, Betty Rentrovv, Sherry L. Moore,
Betty Barnes, Amy Garwood, Jerry Spinks, Lynn Holdorft, and Nancy Munz.
New NHS members recite pledge.
'To set apart new members, Lynn Holdortt pins
yellow bow on Charles Thomas.
New members ot NHS are: FIRST ROW: Randy
Raines, Rick Brown, Guy Wellborn, Jim Wigin-
ton, and Bobby Jacobs. SECOND ROW: Retta
Gebert, Gail Blanton, Billy Childress, .Kathy
Brown, and Larry Huffman. THIRD ROW: Bob-
by Kilborn, Nancy Dollar, Lucy Bossley, Rachel
Adams, and Steve Croan. FOURTH ROW: Larry
McKenzie, Charlene Coleman, Tommy Peebles,
Bill Wofford, and Carol Crumm. FIFTH ROW:
Carla Beaver, Sharon Crook, Claudine Fulgham,
Agnes Guerrero, and Sherilyn Shaw. SIXTH
ROW: Charles Thomas, Bill Knox, Tommy
Bettes, Jimmy Sparks, and Elizabeth Hunter.
SEVENTH ROW: Janice Adams, Sherry Smith,
Barbara Childres, Joyce Lehman, Darlene AI-
dridge, and John Carlton.
EDUCATIONAL CLUBS STRENGTHEN
Members who enioy studying French are: FIRST ROW: Jennifer McEwen, Cecilia Engel, Nan Burton, and Paul
Seabolt. SECOND ROW: Rose Becerra, Burt Smith, Frankie Lambeth, Sherie Fowler, Adelita Almanza, and Con-
nie Jephson. THIRD ROW: Felix Almanza, Judy Green, Cynthia Huffman, Judy Hambleton, and Miss Hope,
Members who work to improve their German are: Janie Barton, Glenna Yakey, Luane Turvey, Jimmy Brod,
Danny Harris, Charles Statz, Wesley Williams, Joyce Dunn, and Mrs. Cooley, Sponsor.
STUDENTS' SPECIAL ABILITIES
Sponsored by Miss Congrady, members of the Creative Writing Club compile the Confetti. They are Margie
Davenport, Sharon Lutz, Robert Labry, Carolyn Bowen, Mary Ann Hawkins, Ann Ferguson, Tim Holtschlag, and
Students in the Music Club, under Mr. Armstrong's direction, study music theory and other phases of music. The
members are Peggy Norris, Betty Barnes, Dana Cook, Jack McKenzie, and Freddy Dickens. SECOND ROW: Doug
Crider, Allen Hale, Jimmy Fannin, Linda Christofferson, Lana Turner, Kathy Whitlock, Betty Lee, Susan Mitchell,
Dianna Phillips, and Linda Rooth. THIRD ROW: Mr. Armstrong, sponsor, E. J. Sherrick, Jim Sparks, Carol Canady,
Lai.,wT,LvL,pfiQjouaaiec,i2LoiucL.S5ppa.es..jiniitat Evans, Genevieve Hale, Carolyn Festervand, and Donna Rives. I7I
SCIENCE AND MATH STIMULATE THINKING
Members of the Slide Rule Club and participants in Jerry Spinks, John Yount, Billy Dixon, and Elizabeth
the interscholastic League Slide Rule competition are: Hunter.
Larry McLendon, Carol Crumm, Mr. Gregg, sponsor,
Under the direction of Mr. Glasgow, these students Lawhgn, Doug Patterson, Charles Sanford, Dicky
work on individual science proiects. The members of Mason, David Rodewald, Terry Lee, Reggie Smith, A
the Science Club are: Brenda Kettler, Pauline Norton, and Mr, Glasgow, sponsor.
Danny Moore, Lesley Charter, Richard Martin, James
CLUBS OFFER A VARIETY 0F CHOICE
The Junior Historians enioy studying Texas History. Phillips, Mary Harpole, and Brenda Adams. SECOND
They are: FIRST ROW: Tommy Peebles, Linda Powell, ROW: Mr. Parker, Vickie Till, Jimmy Denison, Bonnie
Judy Ellard, Ruth Ann Neeves, Jeanie Clark, Judy Baker, Bill Knox, Shirley Beasley, and Sherilyn Shaw.
Under Miss Bigger's direction, the Future Nurses Grupe, Betty Bryant, Daisy Lavv, Kara Henry, Elisa
learn about their chosen tield. They are: FIRST ROVV: Rgdriquezl and Diane McKnight, FOURTH ROW:
Louise Little, Elizabeth Duenaz, Rosie Guaiardo, Joyce Jimmy Goodridge, Paulette Oliver, Brenda Whatley,
NIGFTIVL and Gracie Leedy- SECOND ROW5 Diane Cynthia Nichols, Vickie Clark, Doris DeCuire, Lois
Little, Martha Gibson, Kathryn Craig, Gloria Stovvers, Rutherford, and Patty Spencer. I73
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BIOLOGY CLUB ATTRACTS SCIENCE STUDENTS
Mrs. Robinson heads. the Biology Club. The members Potts, Steve McCool, Joe Esquivel, Nancy Richardson,
afei FIRST ROW1 CVGIQ Crouch, GGVY TVBVIS, Mike DFG- Barbara Heupers, Juliene Keith, and John Beasely, not
chenberg, Judy Wooster, Janet Terry, Martha Burns, pigfuredl Willie Brunson.
Diana Stein, and Mrs. Robinson. SECOND ROW: Donald
Officers for 1965 are Joe Esquivel, President, Janet Terry, Treasurer, Nancy
Richardson, Secretary, and Judy Wooster, Vice-President.
Mrs. Robinson handles the tools of
CHOIR IMPROVES VOCAL ABILITIES
The Choir members for T964-65 are: FIRST ROW:
Estella Almanza, Sheryl Avitts, Diane Morris, Linda
Lyons, Linda Christofferson, Sue Ann Newton, Debby
Parker, Paulette Oliver, Anita Evans, Charlene Hitt, and
Sandra Nevvson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Gabbert,
Rose Thompson, Diane McKnight, Judy Rodgers, Linda
Biles, Sandra Terrell, Louise Little, Delores West, Vicki
Carrigan, Janice Shoemake, and Barbara Williams.
THIRD ROW: Gayle Perkins, Lois Rutherford, Dorothy
Griffin, Barbara Poole, Joy Wren, E. J. Sherrick, Victor
Perez, Lloyd Lyons, Jimmy Mays, and Sam Garcia.
NOT SHOWN: Rosie Guaiardo, Genevieve Hale, Glenda
McCarty, Laura Booth, Freddy Dickens, Jesse Garza,
Darrell Hein, and Floyd Styers. Piano Accompanist:
Betty Lee. Director: Mr. Phil Armstrong.
The Choir presents a madrigal opera featuring Sammy Garcia. Mr, Armstrong announces another
song at choir assembly program.
FBLA MEMBERS EXPLORE THE BUSINESS WORLD
The FuTure Business Leaders of
America is a business club seT up un-
der The direcTion of The UniTed Busi-
ness EducaTion AssociaTion. Club mem-
bers learn many facTs of The business
world during Their acTiviTies. Officers
are Sherry F. Moore, PresidenT, Diana
Mach, ParliamenTarian, CaThy Cleve-
land, Vice-PresidenT, Caren Palmer,
Reporferg and Kay Sfeele, Treasurer.
Making up The ToTal membership of The FBLA are: FIRST
ROW: Connie Hankamer, Brenda Hobbs, Carol KeTTler,
Diana SmiTh, Judy Givens, Cheryl Morgan, MarTha
Jimenez, Colleen Free, Pauline Wilfong, DoroThy
Schuenemann, Carol Cameron, Linda TurrenTine, and
Brenda Norris. THIRD ROW: Judy BriTTon, Linda Planka,
Nancy MonToya, Debbie Naill, Susan Dearing, RuTh As-
Ton, Diana Mach, and Sarah Bailey. FOURTH ROW:
CaThy Cleveland, Sherry F. Moore, Kay Sfeele, Caren
Palmer, Mrs. Richards, Sponsor, and Cheryl Xfifrngef,
LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS WORK AND LEARN
A service and social organization,
the Library Club helps Mrs. Stiles, our
librarian, keep the library in good
working condition. The officers for
this year are: FIRST ROW: Melanie
Mosis, Vice-President, Laura Booth,
President, Joy Bullard, Secretary, SEC-
OND ROW: lris Shoemake, Parliamen-
tarian, Lynda Oliver, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Claudine Fulgham, Reporterg-and Lin-
da Etue, Treasurer.
Some members of the library club
work to keep a scrapbook of all of
the club's activities. They are: FIRST
ROW: Mrs. Stiles, Sponsor, Charlene
Coleman, Gertrude Coates, Jackie
Hueske, and Joy Ann Wren, SECOND
ROW: Elaine Avitts, Nancy Wiggens
Irene Adams, Agnes Guerro, Ottilia
Rodriguez, and Delores West.
The book shelving committee takes
quite a load off Mrs. Stiles' shoulders
by shelving a large number ot the
returned books. The committee mem-
bers are: FIRST ROW: Elaine Kreuzer,
and Estella Almanza. SECOND ROW:
Ellen Standley, Linda Davis, Peggy Ay-
coth, Alva Jo Mayes, Nelda Bacak,
Carolyn Wofford, Madeline Croce,
Janet Beall, and Judy Faulkner.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUBS TEACH
Officers for T964-65 are Sprucy Miller, Linda Copeland, Karen Mr. Roesler instructs his students during a
Hilderbrand, Ann Troha, Mary Richey and Evelyn Worthy. work session.
Members of the Girls' Industrial Arts Club are: FIRST Troha, Nancy Munz, Nancy Dollar, and Doris Malek.
ROW: Brenda Swindell, Mary Barber, Mary Richey, THIRD ROW: Teresa Knape, Mr. Roesler, sponsor, Alice
Linda Copeland, Karen Hilderbrand, and Peggy Hitt. Croix, Bertha Pinkard, and Darlene Aldridge.
SECOND ROW: Evelyn Worthy, Sprucy Miller, Ann
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1965 officers are: Morris Browne, Secretary-Treasurer, Marion
Ober, President, Mike Newman, Vice-president, Ronnie Jinks, Ser-
geant-at-Arms, and Jimmy Smith, Reporter.
Morris Browne, Doug Klentzman, Barry Strick-
land, Dennis Davis, Jimmy Smith, and Mike
Newman help put up the Christmas decora-
Members ot the Boys' Industrial Arts Club are:
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Jinks, Mike Newman, Ronnie
King, Doug Klentzman, sweetheart Evelyn Worthy,
Jimmy Struska, Herman Scheumanan, Steve Franz,
Marion 'Ober, and Mr. Munz. SECOND ROW: Den-
nis Davis, Phillip Winget, Paul Molina, Jimmy Hlu-
chan, Don Tower, Gary Orsak, Jimmy Smith, Ar-
thur Montamayor, Charles Crawford, and Morris
Browne. Not Pictured: John Duplantis and Larry
JUNIOR ANNUAL CLUB GAINS JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE
In Junior Annual Club, Freshmen and
Sophomores learn the fundamental princi-
ples of journalism. Under the guidance
ot Miss Kee, they work diligently to com-
pile their sections.
Junior Annual Club members are re-
sponsible tor assembling the Freshman and
Sophomore sections of the 1965 YELLOW-
JACKET. Editors of the Sophomore section
are Nancy McKinnis and Kandace Kenne-
dy, and the Freshman editors are Becky '
Adams and Patsy Marburger.
Members of the Junior Annual Club are: FIRST ROW:
Emily Taunton, Martha Mannahan, Patsy Marburger,
Becky Adams, Diane Feaster, Susan Gebert, Nancy
McKinnis, Beth Frankel, Geraldine Novak, Linda Moore,
Carol Klinar, and Becky Wallace. SECOND ROW: Ann
Tally, Linda Grantom, Shirley Delesandri, Rhonda Burks,
Betsy Rutledge, Beverlyn Bowen, Nancy Moore, Dale
Smith, Sandra Patterson, and Kandace Kennedy.
FUTURE TEACHERS PREPARE FOR VOCATIONS
From Miss Daniel and other teachers,
AHS members of FTA obtain a sound
background tor a teaching career. Otticers
for T965 are Janet Terry, President, Nan-
cy Richardson, Vice-President, Mary Mon-
arch, Secretary, Carol Canady, Treasurer,
Sherry Frances Moore, Parliamentarian,
and Miss Daniel, Sponsor.
FTA members are FIRST ROW Alice Croix Charlene Cathy Cleveland, Nancy Dollar, Nancy Richardson
Coleman Elizabeth Duenaz Sprucy Miller Linda and Sherry F. Moore. THIRD ROW: Miss Daniel
Christotferson Cheryl Woolsey and Louise Little Carol Canady, Nita Pickens, Sally Gest, Mary Mon
SECOND ROW Retta Gebert Margaret Yonaites arch and Janet Terry.
.IACKETTES UPHOLD TRADITION
Senior members ot Jackettes are: FIRST ROW: Mary Monarch, Amy Garwood, Elizabeth Hunter, Diana Little,
Louise Little, and Carol Crumm. SECOND ROW: Melanie Mosis, Janice Adams, Joyce Lehman Gertrude Coates
Charlene Coleman, Peggy Aycoth, and Kathy Brown. THIRD ROW: Joy Bullard, Alva Jo Mayes, Charlene Hitt,
Sandra Zigal, Nancy Munz, and Lynn Holdorfrf.
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ton, Darlene Miller, and Margaret Yonaites. SECOND ROW: Retta Gebert, Alice Croix, Colleen Free, Linda
Planka, and Gerry Odom. THIRD ROW: Barbara Jircik, Connie Jephson, Gail Blanton, Linda Davis, Elaine
Kreuzer, and Carmen Sanchez.
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Kalhyrn Craig. SECOND ROW: Anna Sue Meinke, Alma Crumm, Diane Feasier, Peggy Anderson, and Rhonda
Burks. THIRD ROW: Luane Turvey, Beverlyn Bowen, Wanda Davis, Linda Granlom, and Phyllis Oliver.
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OND ROW: Molly Clark, Sandra Williams, Vicky Barnhill, and Martha Monarch.
Karen Newsom, Mrs. Harris, Janice Shoemake, Vernell Lampe,
and Dorothy Griffin stand before works they presented at their
ART CLUB PROVIDES
Mrs. Harris exhibits the work of her club
Members of the Art Club are: FIRST ROW: Janice Shoemake, and Janet Smiley. THIRD
Tommy Anderson, Buzz Crainer, Northea ROW: Sherry Smith, Greg Thatcher, John
Crow, Dorothy Griffin, Karen Kettler, and Ver- Tower, Tono Villareal, Bobby Wills, and Gena
nell Lampe. SECOND ROW: Karen Newsom, Woods.
Barbara Poole, Chuck Powell, Betty Rodgers,
USEFUL AND ENJOYABLE WORK
The Art Club offers a time for work on
an individual's project. The Art Club held
a show in the high school cafeteria and
displayed their year's work. Mrs. Donna
Harris sponsors the club. The club also
presented some of its work at the Junior-
Janice Shoemake shows one of her sculptures.
The officers of this year's club are Karen Newsom, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Gena Woods, President, and Sherry Smith,
Mrs. Harris, Janice Shoemake, and Karen Newsom act as
hostesses at the art show.
SPEECH CLUB MEMBERS ENJOY DRAMATICS
Officers for this year are Edith Hunter, Jan Smith, Paula Holsenback, Gary Barber, Janice Adams gives a reading to
and Jay Owen. Miss Wolf is the sponsor. interested students.
Speech Club members are: FIRST ROW: Gary Barber, Edith Hunter, Dorothy Pittinger, Jan Hughes, Martha Andrews, Vicky
Bauguss, Linda Wilson, Marsha Saunders, Louise Houk, Mattie Lou Ziriax, Shannon Froberg, Susan Holsenback, Sherrill
Pettiet, Diane Morris, Connie Williams, Margaret Rotzler, Paula Holsenback, and Beverly Wilkinson. SECOND ROW:
Janice Adams, Ann Walker, Sammy Garcia, Diane Spurgeon, Carol Royse, Paul Adams, Debbie Parker, Doug Smith,
Frances Wetz, Larry Breeding, Jay Owen, Debbie Patterson, Judy Rodgers, John Hawkins, Barbara Gabbert, Janet Rosen-
baum, Roy Lambden, and Jan Smith.
CHESS CLUBS CALL FOR THINKING MINDS
Members of the Junior Chess Club are: FIRST ROW: Mike
Tagert, Victor Garcia, Arthur Pryor, Harvey Campbell, Joe
Hancock, and Terry Taylor. SECOND ROW: Allan Walker,
Herbert Ferguson, Billy Potter, Edward Loysakowski, Philip
Bartash, Tommy Dedek, and Allan Booth.
Members ofthe Junior Chess Club are: FIRST ROW: Ginger
Gubert, LaJuan Plaster, Adrienne Richter, and Jimmie Brock.
SECOND ROW: Joe Croce, Arthur Bryce, Thomas Robi-
cheaux, David Wilkinson, David Williams, Steve Lyng, Dave
Eernisse, Kenneth Adkins, and Perry Wollam.
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SECOND ROW: Charles Lambeth, Mike Keithley, John Keithley, and Dennis Neise. THIRD ROW: Mr. Remington, sponsor,
Carolyn Franz, Keith Mallet, Jimmy Padget, Barbara Jircik, and Bobby Buelow. FOURTH ROW: Allen Bishop, Joe Driggers,
Dennis Mach, Phil Arney, Paul Thatcher, and Bobby Mats.
CHEERLEADERS BOOST SPIRIT
Boosting spirit at athletic events during the year are The man, Carla Beaver, Senior, Ruth Holdortf, Sophomore,
cheerleaders: Rachel Adams, Junior, Judy Ellard, Fresh- and Nancy Richardson, Senior.
Enthusiasm, energy, and dedication are a few of the traits which Nancy, Judy, and Rachel possess as cheerleaders
The AHS Bluebonnet Chap-
ter of Quill and Scroll consists
of present members, John
Carlton, Carol Crumm, Sherry
Moore, Kathy Brown, Mary
Monarch, Amy Garwood, and
Lynn Holdortt, and newly
elected members, Carla Beav-
er, Sharon Crook, Cynthia
Garcia, Becky Gober, Margie
Forgy, Elizabeth Hunter, Steve
Croan, Lucy Bossley, Sherry
Smith, and Gail Blanton. An-
nually, new members are
honored with a banquet.
QUILL AND SCROLL ADDS NEW MEMBERS
STUDENT COUNCIL PROMOTES
Governing the student body,
sponsoring many activities, and
correlating faculty-student rela-
tions are some ofthe duties ot our
Student Council. Otticers 'tor this
year are: Amy Garvvood, Corre-
sponding Secretary, Lynn Hol-
dorff, Treasurer, Randy Raines,
Vice-President, Carla Beaver, Re-
cording Secretary, and Sherry
Lynn Moore, President.
Members of the Council are class pres:
dents and secretaries, delegates to Girls
and Boys' State, and delegates to Student
As sponsor of the Student Council Miss Estelle EfspcugmzrrlicboggJahegegZ:rlFIiSrgyRglg
Cope a'dS The members m many Ways wood, Sherry Lynn Moore, Ruth Holdorff
Nita Pickens, Carol Crumm, and Becky Gober buy book covers from Student Council members Lynn Holdorff, Sherry
F. Moore, and Sherry L. Moore.
Sherry F. Moore, Mary Monarch, and
Sherry Smith. SECOND ROW: Janet Rosen-
baum, Charlene Hitt, Jerry Spinks, Rick
Brown, Randy Raines, Don Methvin, Billy
Childress, Steve Rogers, and Edith Hunter.
This year the Student Council instituted the new tradition of Dress-Up
Day. Carla Beaver, and Sherry L. Moore enjoyed modeling their Sunday
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of annual staff members. Emily Taunton and Tim Drachenberg find that this
is not always easy.
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Editors, Lynn Holdorff and Amy Garvvood, co-ordinate the YELLOWJACKET
The members of The T964-65 Annual
STaTf sTrive To produce an accuraTe reporT
of The school year in picfures Through The
publicaTion of The T965 YELLOWJACKET.
Members of The YELLOWJACKET sTaTf are: FIRST ROW: Lynn Hol-
dorf, KaThy Brovvn, and Becky Gober. SECOND ROW: Tim Dsachen-
berg, Carl Corona, Barbara Childres, Rachel Adams, Carol Crumrn,
Charlene HiTT, Sherry L. Moore, and Carla Beaver. THIRD ROW:
Amy Garwood, Tommy BeTTes, Sherry SrniTh, STeve Croan, Lucy
Bossley, ElizabeTh HunTer, Mary Marx, Gail BlanTon, and Margie
Forgy. NOT PICTURED ARE: Paul Adams, Sharon Crook, CarTer
ErnerT, CynThia Garcia, ReTTa GeberT, Sandra Hall, Mary Ellen
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The election of the favorites is an im-
portant time at our school. They are elected
by secret ballot by the students of AHS.
With a growing student body of over nine
hundred, it is quite an honor to be se-
lected. All school favorites, in addition to
class favorites, are chosen throughout the
The student body as a whole takes the
elections seriously and tries to select de-
serving persons for each position. Beauty,
popularity, and representation are iust a
few of the qualities for which our favorites
are chosen. We are proud to have these
students to represent our school and its
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The eyes of The sTudenTs of AHS. She willing-
ly parTicipaTes in exfracurricular acTiviTies and
is conscienTioUs in her school work. Nancy is
serving her Third year as a cheerleader, and
as head cheerleader, she proves her capabili-
Ties and her oledicaTion. In her junior year she
was elecTed To The NaTional Honor SocieTy for
her characrer, service, scholarship, and leader-
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Jerry Spinks excels in basic scholastics and
in extracurricular activities. He is an ambitious
student and ranks sixth in his class. Being a
capable leader in school affairs, Jerry is presi-
dent of his senior class, president of lane Na-
tional Honor Society, an active Student Council
member, and was a representative to Boys'
State. Jerry is a three-year letterman in base-
ball, a tvvo-year letterman in football, and
served as co-captain this year. Jerry's eager
participation and efficiency in school have
made him admired and liked by his class-
mates and teachers.
ALL SCHOOL MOST BEAUTIFUL
A neat appearance and a radiant personality gained Ruth
Holdortt this honor. She is an active Student Council member,
a prominent leader in her class, and an enthusiastic cheer-
leader. Outside ot school, Ruth is an accomplished tennis play-
er and has won many trophies. Although she is a sophomore,
Ruth has all the qualities tor an outstanding student at AHS.
ALL SCHOOL MOST HANDSOME
Jim's outgoing personality, sincerity, and good looks won
him this title. He is a fine athlete and demonstrates his ability
on the football field and track course. Jim's clever wit and
amusing pranks make him a pleasure to be around.
SHERRY F. Moons
Sherry F. Moore possesses Those qualities which make her
exceptional in sporting activities. She has natural ability and
has displayed this by her participation in intramurals, Powder-
putf tootball, and volleyball. She has the determination and
drive to do her best in every activity.
David King is an outstanding athlete and works hard at
improving his skills. He is a three-year letterman in football
and basketball and also participates in baseball. He is a great
attribute to our school's athletic system.
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MOST POPULAR SENIOR GIRL
Cathy Cleveland is liked by all her classmates and was
voted the most popular girl. Her friendliness and leadership
ability have won her many awards. Several ot these include
Coronation princess, football sweetheart, and Senior play cast.
Cathy is an admirable representative of AHS.
MOST POPULAR SENIOR BOY
Carl's bubbling personality creates a cheerful mood Where-
ever he goes. His wittiness and reliability make him a favorite
among the students ot AHS. Carl has served on the Student
Council, as president of his sophomore class, and as a YELLOW-
JACKET staff member.
GIRL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Striving for the top, Elizabeth Hunter does her best in every
task. She has the determination and ambition to be successful
in her future. Working toward a nursing career, she concen-
trates largely on studies achieving the rank of third in her
class. In addition to her studies, Elizabeth makes time for
extracurricular activities such as the Senior play, the YELLOW-
JACKET staff, and serving as class treasurer.
BOY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Steve is sure to achieve the high goals he sets for himself.
Having a vivacious personality and clever imagination he is
liked by students and teachers as well. Steve's salesmanship
and persuasiveness will win him many friends and will help
him to succeed in whatever career he chooses.
MOST BEAUTIFUL SENIOR
SHERRY L. Moons
With her quick smile and winning manner, Sherry Lynn
Moore has been honored by the Senior Class as most beautiful
girl. Always ready with a kind word, Sherry's beauty comes
from within as well as from without. An active and energetic
student, Sherry is president of the Student Council, president of
the Quill and Scroll Society, a two-year member of the National
Honor Society, an Outstanding Senior, and one of the Top Ten.
These qualities add up to make Sherry a worthy choice for
Most Beautiful Senior Girl.
MOST HANDSOME SENIOR
Nolan's easy-going manner, his rambling walk, and his strik-
ing appearance won him the honor of most handsome of his
class. Being predominantly sports-minded, Nolan is an excep-
tionally outstanding athlete, lettering two years in basketball
and three years in baseball. Nolan is highly regarded because
of his carefree manner and distinctive personality.
MOST BEAUTIFUL JUNIOR
MOST HANDSOME JUNIOR
MOST BEAUTIFUL SOPHOMORE
MOST HANDSOME SOPHOMORE
MOST BEAUTIFUL FRESHMAN
MOST HANDSOME FRESHMAN
BASKETBALL SWE ETHEART
SHERRY L. MOORE
Sherry Lynn Moore is the basketball
players' favorite for sweetheart. At the
basketball dance, she is presented with
a sweetheart charm and a corsage by
Larry Huffman. Sherry's continuous sup-
port, her fair sportsmanship, and friendly
encouragement make her a deserving
The football team chose Cathy Cleve-
land for their sweetheart. She was hon-
ored at the annual Yellowjacket football
banquet and was presented a bouquet
of red roses. Her energetic enthusiasm
before and during the games won her the
admiration of the players.
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Charlene Hitt has achieved the highest scholastic averages Of 93.74. The determination and eagerness
average ot 94.70 in a class of 180. Her hard work displayed loy these top three scholars in their aca-
and dedication are exemplified in her studies and - demic courses are likewise displayed in other phases
extra-curricular activities. Barbara Childres and Carol of the school curriculum.
Crumm receive the honor of Co-Salutatorian with
BARBARA ci-mnkfs CAROL ckuivim
The night ot Homecoming was
a happy moment in Nancy Rich-
ardson's lite. She is escorted on
the tield by Steve Croan and later
crowned Homecoming Queen by
Barbara Dezo, the 1963 Queen.
Nancy is head cheerleader and is
always ready to help boost school
spirit. Her devotion to our team
and to our school gained her this
SHERRY L. MOGRE
Sherry L. Moore was chosen Brazonia
CounTy Fair Queen CandidaTe Tor her beau-
Ty, poise, charm, and ouTgoing personaliTy.
The evenTs she experienced in The conTesT
included a Fish Fry given by The Fair As-
sociaTion, a press inTerview, an appearance
on The Larry Kane Show, and a luncheon,
where each girl was inTerviewed individ-
ually by The judges. The highlighT oT The
conTesT Tor Sherry was The parade held
on The opening day of The Tair. Riding
on a beauTiTul TloaT, she was given a warm
welcome by all The viewers. Winding up
The whirl oT evenTs was The glamorous cor-
onaTion wiTh The Therne, Birds of Paradise.
Without advertising there could be no
annual. Advertising is the main way by
which the annual is financed. The impor-
tance of advertising has been impressed
on our annual staff throughout the year.
Most businesses in Alvin and surround-
ing areas have been friendly and receptive
to the members of our annual staff. Be-
cause of their cooperation we are able to
have a bigger and better annual this year.
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OUR NATION DEPENDS ON ITS YOUTH
Nof foo long ago, a college educafion was considered a luxury enioyed
by a privileged few or a necessify only for fhe excepfionally-giffed sfu-
denf. Yes, a high school diploma was, in many insfances, fhe passporf fo
many good, well-paying iobs in business and indusfry.
However, 'Ihe recenf giganfic sfrides in progress, fhe realizafion fhaf our
nafion is noi' as far ouf in fronf as we would like if 'ro be, fhe knowledge
fhaf af fhe presenf rafe our world is going fo be a vasfly differenf one fhan
we have ever Icnown-all add up fo 'Ihe facf fhaf our nafion's posifion in
fhe coming years, and yes, perhaps even ifs very survival, depend on fhe
men and women of fomorrow.
This means fhaf, increasingly, youfh has more fo learn fhan his fafher
before him in order fo reach even relafively 'rhe same posifion. Add 'Ihis
facf fo fhaf of our presenf posifion . . . 'rhe necessify fo learn in order fo sur-
'vive . . . and we see how imporfanf if is fhaf our youngsfers receive fhe
besf and mosf educafion fhaf is possible.
YOUTH: H' is your bound dufy fo yourself and your counfry fo remain
in school and learn all you can.
ADULTS: If is your obligafion fo help our youfh become 'Ihe mosf well-
informed, clear-fhinlcing individuals in 'Ihe world.
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e, Darlene 26, 27, 67, 81, 82, 169,
Alexander, Charles 40, 67, 145, 146
Bettes, Thomas 23, 25, 26, 27, 39, 65, 69, 163,
Biles, Linda 90, 95, 17
Billings, Steve 101, 124, 132
Bishop, Allen 90, 187
Blanton, Don 112, 143
Blanton, Gail 15, 90, 99, 169, 182, 189, 193
Boff, Randal 112, 134, 155
Booth, Allen 112, 187
Booth, Laura 16, 24, 69, 166,177
Borias, Frances 112
Cleveland, Cathy 14, 19, 20, 24, 26, 27, 29,
33, 71,166,176,181, 202, 208, 33
Cleveland, Charles 90, 133, 153, 154
Coates, Beverly 112
Coates, Gertrude 70, 177, 182
Cole, Sue 102
Coleman, Charlene 14, 70, 177, 181, 182,
Collins, Jerry 90, 187
Collins, Jimmy 112, 167
Collins, John 134, 112
Collins, Larry 90, 167
Breeding, Larry 101,
Alexander, Jimmy 67
Alexander Linda 111
Alexander Mitchell 89, 167
Alford, Cathy 101, 145
Alfred, Claud 167
Allen, Eddie 147, 148, 154
Allen, Robert 101, 133
Almanza, Adelita 15, 89, 170
Almanza, Estella 67, 177, 175
Almanza, Felix 111, 170
Ames, Michael 111, 134, 143
Bossley, Lucy 14, 24,
169, 189, 193
Botter, Jay 101, 154
26, 27, 28, 69, 162,
Bowen, Beverly 101, 145, 180, 183
Breeding, Ralph 69
Brenek, Randel 112,
Collins, Tommy 91
Colwell, Linda 112
Cook, Charles 102, 133, 150
Cook, Dana 14, 40, 70, 160, 162, 171
Copeland, Linda 14, 20, 71, 166, 178
Cordova, Angelina Rose 102
Brewer, Billy 69
Briggs, Earl 101, 124, 132, 153, 154
Britton, Doug 112, 134
Britton, Judy 15, 90, 155, 176
Brock, Jimmie 112, 187
Brod, Jimmy 69, 170
, Carl 14, 29, 71,193, 202
Corona, Larry 134, 112
Corona, Toni 91, 166
, Sandra 15, 91,144
Kathryn 102, 173, 183
John 111, 184
Nancy 14, 38, 67, 168
Peggy 101 183
Anafewsfmaffha inf 163, 156
Andricks, Mark 111, 120
Arebalo, Carlos 101, 133
Brooke, William Roy 101, 163
Brown, Donald 33, 69, 148
Brown, Edward 101, 141, 150
Brown, Kathleen 28, 69, 166, 169, 182, 189,
Brown, Rick 27, 90, 99, 135, 139, 169, 190
Brown, Ruby 112
Brown, Susan 112, 146
Craig, Owen 71, 167
Crainer, Ernest 91, 96, 162, 184
Crawford, Charles 179
Crider, Douglas 102, 163, 171
Crist, Wallace 71
Croan, Steve 14, 71, 169, 189, 193, 203, 210
Croce, Joseph 113, 187
Croce, Madeline 71, 177
Arebalo, Louis 101
Armstrong, Jack 89
Armstrong, Paula fCathyJ100
Arney, Phillip 101,187
Arney, Wayne 23, 68
Arnold, Ernest 111
Aston, Ruth 89, 166, 176
Ault, Donald 68, 147, 149
Ault, Irene 111
Avitts, Anita 68, 177
Avitts, Sheryl 111, 175
Aycoth, Peggy 27, 40, 68, 177, 182
Ayres, Shirley 162
Bacak, Clifford 111, 163
Bacak, Nelda 89, 177
Bailey, Sarah 89, 176
Baker, Bonnie 15, 23, 32, 89, 162, 173
Barbee, Gerald 21, 89, 93, 97, 124, 129
Gary 111,119, 146,186
Barber, Mary 111, 178
Barnard, Bruce 111, 134, 143, 155, 207
Barnard, Perry 89, 124, 129, 153
Barnes, Betty 14, 23, 68, 82, 168, 171
Barnhill, Vicky 111, 115, 144, 183
Bartash, Phillip 111, 187
Barton, Janey 101,170
Barton, Martha 112, 120
Bass, Billy 101, 124, 129, 154
Bass, Mary 112
Bates, Patricia 112
Bauguss, Vickie 112, 186
Beall, Jackie 112
Beall, Janet 14, 68, 177
Beasley, John 68, 174
Beasley, Linda 112, 144
Beasley, Shirley 89, 173
Beasley, Terry 89
Beaver, Carla 14, 26, 27, 28, 48, 66, 67, 68,
Becerra, Robert 101
Becerra, Rose 90, 170
Becerra, Victoria 112
Browne, Morris 25, 32, 70, 179
Brunson, Willie 70, 174
Bryant, Betty 90, 173
Bryce, Arthur 112, 187
Buelow, Robert 70, 187
Buettner, Steven 101, 154
Bullard, Joy 14, 70, 166, 177, 182
Bullard, Terry 134, 112, 155
Buller, Patrick 101, 133
Burke, Donald 112, 155
Burks, Rhonda 101, 145, 180, 183
Burns, Martha 102, 162, 174
Burton, Nan 170, 112'
Butler, Mickey 102
Caldwell, Jack 112
Caldwell, Jesse 110, 112, 134, 143, 150
Caldwell, Michael 102, 124, 130, 154
Calkins, Dennis 102
Calvit, Charles 102, 133, 153
Cameron, Carol 90, 176
Camp, Dale 14, 21, 127, 81, 70,104
Campbell, Harvey 112, 187
Canady, Carol 23, 26, 27, 70, 160, 162, 181,
Caperton, Joe 134, 112, 167
Cargo, Frank 134, 112
Carlisle, Ann 90, 162
Carlton, John 14, 39, 66, 70, 145, 146,
Carrigan, Vickie 144, 175
Carter, Tommy 134, 112, 167
Castle, Wayne 90
Charter, Lesley 112, 172
Checote, Melba 102, 183
Cheek, Morgan 102, 133, 141
Childres, Barbara 14, 28, 33, 39, 45, 70,
193, 209, 64, 166, 169
Childress, Billy 15, 33, 41, 88, 90, 92, 124
128, 191, 135,137, 153, 99,155,147,
Christofferson, Linda 27, 70, 162, 181, 175,
Clark, Chris 102, 133, 153, 154
Clark, Kathy 112
Clark, Mollygem 183, 112
Clark, Norma 90, 173
Clark, Vicky 173, 112
Croix, Alice 91,166,178,181,182
Eddie 113, 143
Sharon 28, 71, 81,169,189
Cross, Willie 113, 167
Crouch, Carter 113, 146, 174
Crow, Northea 113, 184
Crumm, Alma 102, 183
Crumm, Carol 14, 39, 45, 72, 166, 169, 172,
182,191,189, 193, 209
Crumpton, Alvis 102, 133
Cuello, Mack 102
Curtiss, Keith 102
Curtiss, Pamela 113
Custer, Beverly 75, 91
Custer, Pattie 113
Dalmolin, Louis 72
Davenport, Mariorie 102, 171
Davis, Dennie 72, 179
Davis, Linda 15, 91, 177, 182
Davis, Wanda 102, 144, 183
Dean, David 113
Dean, Dewey 113
Dean, Patrick 153
Dearing, Susan 91, 95, 176
Decuire, Alfred 12, 23, 91, 135, 140, 147
Decuire, Doris 102, 149, 173
Dedek, Tommy 113, 187
DelBello, Jimmie 91
DelBello, Tommy 91
DeLeon, Perla 102
nDelesandri, Shirley 102, 162, 180
Denison, Jimmy 91, 173
DeWitt, Tom 102, 133.
Dickens, Freddy 113, 163, 171
Dickens, Freida 113, 162
Dixon, Donald 113, 134
Dixon, Harold 103, 133
William 14 72 145 172
Doerr, Kathy 14, 72, 162
Dollar, Andy 103, 133, 154
Dollar, Nancy 14, 29, 72, 163, 169, 178, 181
Dotson, Barbara 103
Drachenberg, Tim 32, 89, 91, 145, 146, 195
Driggers, James 91, 163, 187
Driggers, Joey 187
Driskill, Jerry 113, 144, 166
Duenaz, Elizabeth 14, 72, 173, 181
Duhon, Ronnie 103, 141
Duke, Strom 103
Dunn, Betty 73
Dunn, Joyce 103, 170
Duoto, Joseph 23, 91, 124, 128
Duplantis, John 73, 179
Duplantis, Larry 73, 179
Durr, Norwood 113
Dyson, Perrlie 113
Easley iBowerD, Carolyn 69, 166, 171
Easley, Kenneth 113
Edwards, Peggy 113
Eernisse, Dave 113, 134, 143, 150, 187
Ellard, Judy 49, 113, 120, 146, 173, 188
Emert, Carter 89, 92
Engel, Cecilia 15, 92, 145, 170
Esquivel, Joe 72, 174
Etue, Linda 73, 177
Evans, Anita 103, 171, 175
Evans, Dan 113, 120, 134, 155
Ewing, Matthew 113, 134, 143, 150
Falkner, Judy 103, 177
Fannin, James 12, 23, 73, 163, 1-71
Feaster, Marilyn Diane 103, 180, 183
Lrnson, Patrick 114
Gibson, Terry 92, 167
Gideon, Danny 93
Gilbert, David 93
Givens, Judy 15, 23, 93, 176
Rebecca 15, 93, 96, 182, 189, 1
Godwin, John 114
Goedecke, Dianne 114
dge, Donna 114
dge, Eugene 93
dge, Jimmie 14, 74, 143,173
Goodwill, Glennette 93
Goodwin, Juanice 114, 163
Gould, Michal 74
Graham, Russel 26, 27, 74 ,124, 126, 153
Grantom, Linda 103, 180, 183
Green, Billie 103
Green, John 103
Green, Judith 103, 170
Green, Linda 114, 207
Green, Malvin 103, 150
Green, Steve 114, 134, 150, 155
Greer, Glenda 14
Griffin, Cheryl 93, 161, 162
Griffin, Dorothy 74, 175, 184
James 15, 93, 154
Theresa 166, 173
Guaiardo, Rosie 74, 173
Guaiardo, Sammy 167
Ferguson, Alida Ann 14, 73, 162, 171
Ferguson, Charles 114, 163, 187
Ferguson, Eddie 103, 167
Ferguson, Mark 103, 133, 154
Ferguson, Ray 114, 134, 167
Festervand, Carolyn 114, 171
Flora, Beverly 114
Flora, Bill 103, 167
Flora, Gaylon 103, 167
Flynt, Tommy 92
Follis, Patricia 114, 120
Margie 15, 92, 144, 182, 189, 193
Fowler, James 73
, Sherie 15, 21, 92, 97, 145, 170, 182
, Dennis 114, 154
Gubert, Virginia 114, 187
Guerrero, Agnes 14, 38, 39, 74, 162, 169, 177
Guerrero, Cecilia 103
Guerrero, Edward 114
Guerrero, Nati 115, 162
Gutierrez, Peter 115
Hackley, Diane 74
Hale, Allen 103, 163, 171
Hale, Genevieve 115, 171
Hall, Sandra 15, 93, 162
Hambleton, Judy 15, 93, 145, 170, 182
Hancock, Joe 115, 187
Hankamer, Carolyn 21, 101, 103, 144
Hankamer, Connie 15, 93, 176, 205
Hankamer, Orville 93
Hardy, Charolette 115
Harper, James 115
Harpole, Mary 115, 162, 173
Francis, John 92, 97, 153
Frankel, Elizabeth 103, 180, 183
Franklin, Bill 103, 133
Franz, Carolyn 92, 95, 162, 187
Franz, Donna 114
Franz, Steve 114, 179
Frazier, Ebby 92, 153, 154
Free, Colleen 92, 176, 182
Fregia, Linden 114, 134
Froberg, Janice 114
Froberg, Sandra 103, 109, 171
Froberg, Shannon 114, 145, 186
Fulgham, Claudine 24, 73, 169, 177
Gabaldon, Mary 114
Gabbert, Barbara 37, 103, 175, 186
Harris, Danny 103, 170
Harris, Kenneth 115, 134, 143
Harris Langston 94
Harris: Sally 115
Holsenback, Susan 115, 183, 186
Holtschlag, Timothy 115, 163, 171
Hope, Eddie 115
Hornback, George 75
Hornback, Michael 115
Horton, Geneva 115
Horton, Guy 75
Houk, Lena Louise 104, 186
Howell, Rod 23, 104, 163
Huepers, Barbara 104, 163, 174
Hueske, Jacquelyn 75, 177
Huffman, Cynthia 15, 94, 170
Huffman, Larry 14, 28, 75, 76, 135, 136, 147
148, 169, 208
Hughes, James 104, 152
Hughes, Jan 111, 115, 162, 186
Humbird, Cecil 104
Hummel, David 14
Hummel, Deborah 115, 162
Hunt, Darrell 28, 75, 81, 132, 135, 136, 137,
Hunt, Judith 104
Hunter, Claudia 115
Hunter, Edith 37,11O,111,115,117,162,
Hunter, Elizabeth 14, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32, V
39, 40, 41, 65, 67, 75, 169, 172, 182, 189,
lrby, Roy 104
Jackson, Travis 104
Jacobs, Robert 15, 89, 94, 99, 124, 132, 147,
Jefferies, Donald 94, 167
Jeffrey, Jay 187
Jenkins, Jerry 104
Jephson, Connie 15, 94, 145, 170, 182
Jephson, Sandra 115, 146
Jimenez, John 115
Jimenez, Martha 14, 75, 176
Jinks, Ronald 24, 25, 26, 27, 75, 132, 179
Jircik, Barbara 15, 93, 94, 145, 182, 187
Johnson, Asa 94
Johnson, Gay 104, 162
Johnson, Mary 116
Johnson, Robert 30, 31, 94, 167
Juarez, Carmen 116
Jurica, Edith 104
Keels, Ronald 104, 153, 154, 155
Keith, Juliene 104, 163, 174
Garcia, Cynthia 15, 92, 189
Garcia, Henry 163, 167
Garcia, Lee 73
Garcia, Lupe 114
Garcia, Sammy 114, 175, 186
Victor 114, 187
Garwood, Amy 21, 27, 65, 73, 168, 182, 189,
Garza, Clem 114, 162
Garza, Jesse 73
Garza, Mary 103
Garza, Ray 41, 134, 143, 150, 155
Gebert, Retta 15, 92, 93, 99, 169, 181, 182
Gebert, Susan 103, 145, 146, 180, 183
George, Fred 114, 134
Gest, Sally 74, 181
Gibson, Martha 114, 173
Harshbarger, Douglas 74
Hatcher, Larry 103, 124, 129, 153
Hatcher, Michael 41, 94, 124, 132, 153
Hawkins, Billy 103, 133
Hawkins, Eddie 115
Hawkins, John 115, 186
Hawkins, Mary 94, 171
Hawkins, Patricia 94
Hayes, Wendell 163
Henegar, Marion 94
Henry, Kara 103, 144, 173
Henry, Tommy 133, 154
Hering, Richard 115, 134, 155
Herndon, Bob 103
Herring, Clyde 115
Hibbeler, John 115
Hickman, Joseph 115, 163
Higgins, Vicki 103, 162
Hilderbrand, Karen 14, 28, 74, 178
Hitt, Charlene 14, 16, 26, 27, 37, 45
74, 182, 193, 209, 175, 168, 190
Hitt, Peggy 75, 178
Hluchan, James 94, 179
Hobbs, Brenda 15, 94, 176
Hoch, John 115
Holcomb, Jim 103
Holdorff, Lynn 28, 64, 67, 75, 182, 192, 168,
Keithley, John 76, 187
Keithley, Michael 104, 187
Kelso, Ivan 94
Kennedy, Kandace 100, 104, 180, 32
Kennedy, Marvin 116
Kerr, Gary 104, 124, 130, 206
Brenda 116, 172
Kettler, Carol 94, 176
Karen 104, 162, 184
Kettler, Mary Ellen 15, 40, 94, 162
Kettler, Wilson 94
Kidd, Jack 93, 94
Kidd, Joe 104
Kidd, Mariann 116, 183
Kilborn, Bobby 24, 25, 27, 76, 124, 125, 169
King, David 76, 124, 128, 131, 135, 136,
King, Ronald 76, 179
Kirk, James 167
Kirk, Mike 76
Kirkendall, Jimmy 94
Klentzman, Paul 76, 179
Klinar, Carol 32, 101, 104, 144, 180
Kloecker, Thomas 104, 141, 154
Knape, Gary 105
Knape, George 29, 30, 77, 178
Knape, Robert Wayne 105, 162
Holdroff, Ruth 49, 101, 104, 108, 145, 188,
Holsenback, Paula 15, 94, 186
Knape, Teresa 94
Knippa, Reckie 116, 183
Knox, Bill 12, 22, 27, 77, 163, 169, 173
Korenek, Donald 77
Koster, Don 94, 167
Krampota, Louis 94
Meza, Benny 7
Miller, Carol 117
14, 74, 173
15, 95, 182
Pelt, Danny 107
Kreuzer, Elaine 15, 95, 166, 177, 182
Kubeczka, Timmy 116
LaBarbera, Steven 105, 133
Labay, Edward 105, 106, 124, 130, 141
Linde 15, 92, 95, 143
Robert 105, 171
Lambden, Catherine 68
Lambden, Roy 116, 186
Lambeth, Charles 105, 187
Lambeth, Dale 105
Lambeth, Frankie 116, 170
Lambert, Mary 105
Lambeth, Mike 116
Lambeth, Wayne 116
Miller, Douglas 117, 167
Miller, Sprucy 15, 95, 178, 181
Mills, Berry 95
Milton, Danny 105
Minniear, Sue 105
Mitchell, Susan 177, 171
Molina, Paul 105, 179
Monarch, Martha 64, 117, 183
Monarch, Mary 14, 16, 21, 67, 78,168,181,
182, 189, 191
Montemayor, Arthur 179
Montoya, Nancy 14, 17, 176
Moore, Danny 106, 172
Moore, Gary 95, 153
Lampe, Vernell 77, 184
Lares, 'Henry 116, 163
Law, Daisy 105, 173
Lawhon, James 116, 172
Leal, Benny 134,112,116,155
LeCompte, Dolores 116, 162
Lee, Calvin 105, 133, 141
Lee, Terry 12, 23, 77, 172
Leedy, Gracie 14, 26, 27, 77, 162, 166, 173
Lehman, Joyce 14, 28, 76, 82, 169, 182
LeVoy, Linda 116
Levy, Michael 105, 167
Moore, Linda 1
Moore, Michael 95, 135, 139, 150, 153
Moore, Nancy 106, 162, 180
Moore, Sherry F. 14, 16, 29, 79, 143, 176, 181,
Moore, Sherry L. 26, 27, 28, 38, 64, 79,
163, 168, 189, 190, 191, 193, 204, 208,
Morgan, Cheryl 15, 96, 97, 176
Morgan, Peggy 106
Ortiz, Lupe 107
Ott, James 80
Owen, Jay 80, 186
Padgett, Jimmy 187
Palmer, Caren 14, 80, 176
Parker, Deborah 36, 37, 117, 175,
Parker, Jimmy 80
Patrick, Johnny 107
Patt, Judy 80, 173
Patterson, Debra 117, 186
Patterson, Doug 81, 172
Patterson, Sandra 107, 143, 180
Payne, Jerry 107
Pearson, Jim 81
Peebles, Thomas 25, 39, 81, 169, 173
Perez, Daniel 117
Perez, Victor 117, 175
Perkins, Gayle 117, 175
Perry, Gilbert 117
Perry, Mary 96
Peters, Kathleen 117
Peters, Paula 107
Petitt, Jack 117, 134, 143, 155
Petitt, Patricia 15, 96
Pettiet, Sherrill 186
Lewis, Wayne 95
Lira, Louis 116
Little, Carolyn 116
Little, Diane 14, 16, 76, 166, 173, 182
Little, Donnie 116, 134, 155, 167
Little, Jim 95, 154
Little, Louise 14, 76, 166, 173, 175, 181,
Lottin, Milton 76
Lonis, Sharon 116
Lopez, Consuelo 116
Thomas 105, 150
Lutz, Sharon 105, 171
Lutz, Terry 20, 23, 26, 45, 76
Morris, Dianne 15, 36, 37, 96, 175, 186
Mosis, Melanie 14, 16, 79, 166, 177, 182,
Muma, Beverly 15, 96, 163
Munz, Nancy 14, 16, 26, 27, 168, 79, 178,
McCarty, Glenda 79
McCool, Steven 174
McEwen, Jennifer 106, 144, 170
McGee, Rusty 96, 133
McKay, Shirley 117
McKenzie, Jack 12, 117, 163
McKenzie, Larry 23, 28, 33, 79, 163, 169,
McKinnis, Nancy 106, 162, 180
McKnight, Dianne 106, 173, 175
McLemore, Marvella 117
McLendon, Larry 25, 41, 79, 124, 127, 160,
, Madeline 117
Bobbie 96, 150, 167
Judy 107, 163, 173
Lyng, Steve 23, 116, 162, 187
Lyons, Linda 116, 175
Lyons, Lloyd 116, 175
Lysakowski, Edward 116, 134, 187
Mach, Dennis 95, 187
Mach, Dianna 14, 76, 176
Mach, James 28, 76, 124, 126
Macik, Hattie 105
Malek, Doris 76, 178
Mallatt, Keith 95, 163, 187
Mangrum, Barbara 14, 16, 78
McPhetrige, Ted 163
Naill, Debrorah 96, 176
Navarro, Linda 117
Nelson, Ronnie 79, 132, 147, 149
Neves, Ruth 117, 173
Newman, David 31, 96
Newman, Michael 29, 30, 179, 79
Newsom, Karen 106, 184, 185
Newsom, Sandra 80, 175
Patricia 106, 144
Newton, Sue 80, 166, 175
Nichols, Cynthia 106, 173
Pickens, Nita 14, 26, 27, 29, 81,
Pieter, Jack 21, 107, 133, 141
Pierson, Rick 15, 96
Pina, Sarah 39, 82, 166
Pinkard, Bertha 107, 178
Pinkard, Linda 107
Pittenger, Dorothy 107, 186
Planka, Linda 96, 176, 182
Plaster, Billy 117, 167
Plaster, LaJuan 117, 187
Pletcher, Zale 117, 119
Poland, Perry 107, 187
Poland, Terry 97
Poole, Barbara 107, 175, 184
Potter, Will 187
Potts, Donald 107, 174
Pouncey, Wanda 117
Powell, Charles 97, 184
Powell, Donna 15, 95, 97
Powell, Linda 117, 162, 173
Powledge, David 134, 150
Presler, Verna 118
Price, La Vonne 97
Mannahan, Martha 116, 180
Marburger, Patricia 40, 45, 116,
Mark, Mickey 105, 133, 154
Marshall, Martha 105
Martin, Joyce 173
Martin, Richard 105, 172
Marx, Mary 14, 78, 162, 193
Mason, Dickie 116, 155, 172
Mathis, Dennis 78, 124, 127, 148
Mathis, Elaine 116, 120
Mathison, John 95, 124, 25, 147, 150
Mats, Bobby 75, 187
Matthews, Jane 116
Matthews, Judy 116
Nieto, Elizabeth 106
Nieto, Juan 80
Nolan, Michael 106, 141
Norris, Brenda 106, 144, 176
Norris, Peggy 117, 171
Norton, Marion 106
Norton, Pauline 106, 166, 172
Nowak, Geraldine 106, 162, 180
Ober, Marion 80, 179
Ober, Robert 117, 167
Ober, Terry 117, 162
Odom, Geraldine 96, 182
O'Donald, Pat 134, 143
Pryor, Arthur 118, 187
Puga, Esther 118
Puga, Joe 107
Pugh, George 97, 140, 147, 149
Raines, Randy 13, 20, 89, 97, 99, 135
169, 190, 205
Ramirez, Josephine 118
Raska, Tommy 108
Ratlitt, Sharon 108
Reese, Robert 118, 134, 155
Reeves, Patsy 118
Rendon, Mary 117, 118
Mayes, Alva Jo 27, 78, 177, 182
Mayes, Sandra 105
Mayo, Wanda 117, 163
Mays, Jimmie 36, 37, 105, 133, 175
Meinke, Anna 105, 183
Melchor, Mary 117
Mercer, Jackie 117
Methvin, Don 100, 101, 105,133, 141,147
Oehlert, Charles 21, 106, 133, 154
Oliver, Gary 20, 117, 120, 134, 143, 155
Oliver, Lynda 1
Oliver, Paulette 80, 173, 175
Oliver, Phyllis 106, 183
Orozco, Felix 117, 133
Orsak, Gary 80, 179
4, 80, 177
Renfrow, Betty 14, 82, 168
Renfrow, Gilbert 108, 133, 141,
Renfrovv, Janice 20, 118, 166
Reyes, Felix 108
Rhodes, Paula 118
Richardson, Nancy 14, 18, 28, 48, 82,
Richey, Mary 14, 82, 178
rcicnrer, Adrienne 118, 181
Richter, Patricia 15, 97
Rivera, Basil 82
Rivera, Virginia 108
Rives, Donna 171
Rives, Thomas 108, 124, 130, 141
Robbins, Lynda 118, 144, 163
Roberts, Lawrence 82
Robertson, Ronald 108, 167
Robicheaux, Roy 118
Robicheaux, Tommy 118, 134, 187
Robinson, Clif 97
Robinson, Thomas 118, 134, 143, 150
Rodewald, David 118, 172
Rodgers, Alvia 118
Rodgers, Betty 97, 184
Rodgers, Judy 82, 175, 186
Rogers, Steve 101, 108, 133, 141, 191
with, James 119
Smith, Janice 40, 109, 162, 186
Smith, Jimmy 72, 179
Joseph 98, 138
Michael 98, 125, 135
Reginald 119, 163, 172
Vaughn, Carol 109
Velez, Alicia 120
vest, Billy 120, 155
Vest, Edward 120, 134
Villarreal, Josetina 120
Villarreal, Tono 184
wagner, P51 95, 135, 138, 147, 150
Smith, Sherry Ann 12, 22, 26, 27, 83, 162,
169, 184, 185
Smith, Sherry Lynn 15, 20, 89, 98, 189, 193
Smithson, Al 25, 84
Sonnen, Herbert 15, 98, 124, 131
Sparks, James 23, 38, 39, 84, 163, 169, 171
Spencer, Patricia 98, 173
Spinks, Jerry 18, 38, 41, 64, 67, 84, 124, 125,
129, 147, 149, 168, 172, 190, 198, 199
Spurgeon, Diane 119, 186
Walker, Ann 21, 32, 109, 162, 186, 206
Walker, Betty 120
Wallace, Beckey 109, 161, 162, 180, 109
Walters, James 147
Ware, Charlotte 86
Ware, Sherine 120
Waters, James 148
Rodriquez, Annabelle 108
Rodriquez, Carolyn 108
Rodriquez, Eliza 108, 173
Rodriquez, Geraldine 97
Rodriquez, Johnny 82, 124, 127
Rodriquez, Ottilia 97, 177
Rodriquez, Sabas 118
Rodriquez, Freddy 118, 134, 155
Rohan, Gary 118, 167 E
Rooth, Linda 118, 162, 171
Rose, Ray 118, 155
Rosenbaum, Elaine 118
Rosenbaum, Janet 111, 117, 118,
Rotzler, Margaret 119, 186
Rowell, Darlene 119
Royse, Carolyn 119, 146, 186
Rutherford, Lois 173, 175
Rutherford, Roy 82
Spurgeon, Linda 14, 84
Standley, Ellen 14, 84, 166, 177
Statz, Charles 109, 170
Steele, Kay 15, 16, 98, 176
Stein, Diana 109, 162, 174
Sterling, Sandra 119
Stevens, Roger 154
Stinson, Glenn 84
Stinson, James 14, 18, 28, 84, 124, 125, 2
Stone, Dale 98, 84, 152
Stowers, Gloria 109, 173
Strickland, Barry 84, 179
Stuksa, Jimmy 179, 109
Styers, Floyd 37, 171
Sullivan, Paul 109, 135
Swindell, Brenda 119, 162, 178
Tagert, Linda 12, 15, 98, 162
Tagert, Mike 119, 162, 187
Talley, Ann 120, 180
Weidebach, Sandra 109
Weinkaut, Warren 109
Welker, Charles 120
Wellborn, Guy 98, 99, 152, 169
Wendler, Karen 120
West, Dolores 86, 177, 175
West, Donald 86
Westerlage, David 15, 98, 153, 155
Westinghouse, Patricia 30, 120
Wetz, Frances 117, 120, 186
Whatley, Brenda 109, 143, 173
Whetstein, Brenda 120
Whetstein, Bruce 167
White, William 121, 134,155
Whitlock, Kathleen 121, 163, 171
Wieder, Fred 109, 167
Wiggins, Nancy 121, 177
vv1g1man,Jeffary 121, 134, 155, 169
Wiginton, Jim 98, 99, 124, 128
Wiley, Tommy 86
Wiltong, Pauline 15, 98, 176
Rutledge, Betsy 108, 180
Ryan, Nolan 13, 41, 83, 135, 136, 137, 138
140, 147, 148, 204
'Sailer, Ann 119
Sanchez, Carmen 25, 97, 182
Sanchez, Emily 119, 162
Sanders, Linda 98
Sandoval, Manuel 119
Sanford, Charles 119, 172
Saunders, Marsha 108, 161, 162, 186
Schafer, Glenn 83, 162
Schleicher, Rick 108
Schovaisa, Barbara 119,
Schuenemann, Dorothy 15, 98, 176
Schuenemann, Herman 119, 179
Schultz, Douglas 108, 133, 141, 153
Scruggs, Elizabeth 119, 143
Scruggs, Margaret 119, 143
Scruggs, Robert 98, 135, 140, 141 ,
Seabolt, Paul 119, 170
Sechelski, Michael 119, 134, 143
Shaw, Sherilyn 38, 83, 169, 173
Sherrick, E. J. 171, 175
Shoemake, lris 83, 166, 177
Shoemake, Janice 108, 175, 184, 185
Shoemake, Joyce 108
Shriver, Harry 83, 167
Shriver, Ronnie 167
Shry, Gary 119, 134,167
Sierra, lrene 119
Singh, Elizabeth 119
Singh, Gloria 14, 83
Singleton, Kirby 83, 124, 126
Slick, James 83, 108
Taunton, Emily 120, 180, 192
Taylor, Charles 98
Taylor, Terry 120, 187
Terrell, Sandra 85, 175
Terry, Janet 23, 82, 85, 163, 174, 181
Terry, Jerry 120, 134, 155
Thatcher, Gregory 85, 184
Thatcher, Paul 98, 187
Thomas, Charles 40, 65, 85, 135, 137, 147,
Thomas, Dorothy 120
Thomas, Kenneth 120, 134, 155
Thomas, Michael 109, 150
Thompson, Kay 14, 85, 162
Thompson, Rose 175
Thompson, Steven 120
Thuemler, Mary 91
Till, Robert 109, 167
Till, Vicky 98, 173
Todd, Mike 109, 187
Tower, Don 85, 179
Tower, John 120, 184
Townsend, Steve 25, 86, 124, 125
Travis,Gary 109, 174
Trevine, David 109
Trevino, Lily 120
Tfiplen, Billy 120, 162
Triplett, Trip 120, 143
Troha, Ann 14, 86, 178
Turner, Lana 109, 162, 171
Turrentine, Dorothy 120
Turrentine, Linda 15, 98, 166, 176
Wilkinson, Beverly 37, 109, 186
Wilkinson, David 121, 162, 187
Williams, Barbara 98, 175
Williams, Connie 109, 186
Williams, David 187
Williams, Jimmy 99,124,131
, Randy 121,155,167
, Sandra 121,183
, Sara 15, 23, 99,161,162
Wesley 86 170
Wills, Bobby 86, 184
Wilson, Douglas 121
Wilson, Kenneth 109
Wilson, Linda 121, 186
Wingard, Danny 109
Cheryl 109, 145, 176
Phillip 99, 179
Wisnoski, Eddie 121
Wofford, Calvin 121
Wofford, Carolyn 86, 177
Wofford, William 86, 167, 169
Wollam, Perry 121, 134, 187
Womack, Phillip 86
Woodard, Edward 99, 167
Woods, Gena 76, 86, 184, 185
Woods, Murray 121
Woolsey, Cheryl 87, 181
, Kathy 109
Wooster, Bobby 20
Wooster, Judith 14, 67, 76, 82, 87, 174
Smalling, David 108, 133, 152
Smiley, Janet 108, 184
Smith Bert 170
Smith, Bobby 119
Smith Clyde 119
Smith Dale 108, 162, 180
Smith Diana 15, 98, 176
Douglas 23, 108, 162, 186
Turvey, Leroy 12, 23, 163
Turvey, Luane 109, 170, 183
Tyler, Sheila 120
Underwood, Billy 98
Ursey, Richard 133, 109
Vance, Phillip 163
Van Horne, Becky 109, 183
Vaughn, Bonnie 98
Worthy, Evelyn 178, 179
Wren, JOy 87, 177, 175
Yakey, Glenna 109, 170
Yonaites, Margaret 15, 16, 99, 181, 182
Yount, John 26, 27, 87, 172
Zigal, Sandra 14, 24, 82, 87, 166, 182
Ziriax, Mattie 121, 186
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