Amity High School - Reflector Yearbook (Amity, AR)
- Class of 1987
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1986 . . . SPRING MEMORIES
MEATS LAB DEDICATION
The Amity FFA dedicated the meats lab March 18. The FFA State President, Arthur Hill, came and gave
a speech. The Beef Princess, Rhonda Spigner, was also here.
ln April, the Ouchita-Henderson Art Composium came to our
I school. lt presented us with displays of paintings, sculpture
work, and pottery.
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EASTER EGG HUNT SESQUICENTENNIAL
Mrs. Strelsa Morris Macher visited our El-
ementary students and presented them
with the "Farmers Series.
The sports scene for the mighty Rams ended on May 7. They com-
peted in the District track meet at Lake Hamilton. Back Row: CL to
RJ Lee Ann House, Jimmy Hemund, Shauna Wilson, Brian Rice, Paul
Loyd, Woodrow Coombs, Kenny Francis, Brandon Staggs, Kneeling:
Jimmy sniiiey, Mnicy Dnsfei, rnin o'Neii, Kevin Knignien, Jason Stendingi CL te RJ Scotty Herdegef Berry
Lyons, Laura Palmer, Tisha isnidweii, Sitting: Gina Buck, rinn wir. Dwiggins, Grndy Fngnni Wesley Stone.
liams, Sytana Staggs, and Reshea Boyd. Kneeling: Tonya Karber, Linda Dove, and
x x r r I The Senior Class of 86 was hard at work for their play.
4 It was titled "Her Kissin' Cousin."
The two coaches, their wives, athletes, and our guest speaker,
Grady Bean, enjoyed this event given May 9, 1986.
The pre-school was given by the Child Develop-
ment class, which was taught by Mrs. Funderburk,
our FHA sponsor.
The Prom was a very eventful time of the Year. Everyone
scrambled to get things done. We elected our King and Queen
to be Karen Alston and James Coleman.
Seventh Grade CL to RJ Pam H., Dee Dee J., Lisa
D., Tasha G.
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Freshman Class - First Row CL to RJ: Marcy D., Jeff
M., Ricky W., Angie F., Tara O., Chris P., Robert H.:
Second Row: Sandra S., Heather W., Gina B., De-
wayne H., Marty B., Dalana C., Jeff K.
Junior Class - First Row CL to RJ: Eric H., Tammy S.,
Lynn B., Barry D.: Second Row: Shelly D., Linda D.,
Wes J., Monica W., James O.: Third Row: Twyla H.,
Patrick P., Tonya K., Johnna B., Tammie R., Jim F.
Eighth Grade Row One CL to RD: Miko M., Moshelle
R., Bonnie P.: Row Two: Kevin B., Sandra D., Risa P.,
Mike S., Chris D., Chris F.: Third Row: Adam L., Shelly
C., Tara H., Beverly C., Susann H.
Sophomore Class - First Row CL to RJ: Brady A., Bran-
don S., Jimmy S., Lee Ann H., Margaret H.: Second
Row: Paul L., Brian R., Woodrow C., Tommy L., John
E.: Third Row: Tisha B., Reshea B., Jason L., Shelly P.,
Jimmv H., Kevin
Senior Class - First Row CL to RJ: Deborah D., Martha
D., Teri S., Gerald W.: Second Row: Grady F., Laurie
P., Devin O., Beth B., Devon P.: Third Row: Chawna
B., Holly R., Kevin O., Jerita R., Teressa R.
6 Ready For A New Year!!
What Went Wrong?
Amity FHA to hold
Members of the Amity chapter of
Future Homemakers of America-
Home Economics Related
Occupations KFHA-HEROJ will be
going a "miracle mile" this year to
help the children at Arkansas
Children's Hospital become healthy
again and return home. Last year,
the FHA-HERO chapters raised over
By Mike Wallace
Saturday Morning, Feb. 21
The Amity Lady Rams clawed and
scratched their way into the senior
girls finals saturday night against
Bismarck with a 50-46 win over 7A
North Conference runner-up, Kirby.
Klrby's Missy Calloway put ln 14
first half points to stake the Lady
Trojans to a 26-21 edge at halftime,
but Laura Palmer of Amity stole the
ball and hit a field goal as the third
period ended to tie the game at 34.
Klrby's starting five began fouling
out of the game as the final period
progressed, and though two jump
shots by Lori Grant brought the Lady
Trojans back to a 40-48 deficit with
less than a minute to go, Palmer sunk
two from the line to set the final
margin at 50-46. A
Amity faced Bismarck in the
senior girls finals Saturday evening.
The game started after the junior
high finals between Caddo Hills and
Tuesday night saw the continuence
of preliminary round games as
Amity's senior boys eliminated
Mountain Pine 78-62, Kirby sent
home Amity's junior boys 37-23 and
Caddo Hills swamped Mountain
Pine's junior boys 58-13.
Amity's senior boys ran their
record to 17-10 after the preliminary
round win and boast six wins out
their last seven games.
Devin Owens led Amity with 20
points, Scotty Hardage added 18,
Woodrow Combs and Bobby
Richardson scored 10 apiece in
Amity and Mountain Pine were
tied at 15 after one period, and Amity
led just 35-34 at halftime and by six
points entering the final period.
Tony Hunt scored 23 for Mountain
Pine and Greg Pierce 17.
JUST FOR THE RECORD
he sacrifice ofyour loved ones has stirred the soul of our nation and, through the pain,
our hearts have been opened to a profound truth: the future is not free, the story of all
human progress is one ofa struggle against all odds. We learned again that this America,
which Abraham Lincoln called the last best hope of man on earth, was built on heroism
and noble sacrifice. It was built by men and women like our seven star voyagers, who
answered a call beyond duty, who gave more than was expected or required, and who gave
it with little thought to worldlyreward . . . .
Dick, Mike, Judy, El, Ron, Greg and Christa, your families and your country mourn
your passing. We bid you goodbye. We will never forget you. For those who knew you well
and loved you, the pain will be deep and enduring. The nation, too, will long feel the loss of
her seven sons and daughters, her seven good friends. We can find consolation only in
faith, for we know in our hearts that you who flew so high and so proud now make your
home beyond the stars, safe in God's promise of eternal life."
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CL to RJ: Chawna Buck, editor: Shelly Doster, co-edi-
tor: Gerald Ward, photographer.
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This is how your supposed to spell it!
The Journalism class has spent many long hours
learning to write. After observing at the Glenwood
Herald, the Journalism class have become more ex-
perienced writers. We attended Journalism Day
sponsored by Arkansas Power Cr Light Company. The
meeting was held March 6 fr 7th in Russelville. We
published our last Ram paper through the Glenwood
Cheryl and Mr. Mayo participated in the Hands The Monday nightJr. High Band: Front Row CL to RJ: Quin-
Across America. ton Spence, Chris Fagan, Johnny: Hemund, Richard Holt:
Second Row: Marty Buck, Chris Dwiggins, Michael Rich-
The Quiz Bowl Kids CL to RJ: Chris Fagan, Dewayne The Elementary Band CL to RJ: Sheila Barkman,
Henthorn, Dalana Carroll, Mika Massey, Pam Hill. Penny Eckles, Tiffany Wright, Gary Bean, Carl
Elementary Fire Marshals CL to RJ: Will Hudgins, Christine Sullivan helping Marty and Quinton.
Katie Hemund, Carma Hendrix.
Jim Lloyd directing Chris. Parent and child day at the cafeteria. John Fletcher, Sopho-
Jason Cantrell and Lisa Doster, 7th grade: King Dwayne Henthorne and Queen Laura Doster, 9th
grade: Kevin Main Cnot picturedj and Lee Ann House, 10th grade: Sandra Davidson and Greg Baldwin,
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pating, even though some were
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and Miss Halloween. Congratu-
lations to Bucky Martin and San-
Parent: Mrs. Joe Bean: Birthday: De-
cember 18. 1968: Activities: Basketball
4 yrs.: FCA 2 yrs.: FHA 2 yrs.: Beta Club
4 yrs.: Jr. Class Favorite: Sr. Class Trea-
surer: Society of Distinguished Ameri-
can High School Students: and Library
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Troy W. Buck:
Birthday: September 11, 1969: Activi-
ties: FFA 4 yrs. CReporter, Vice-Presi-
dent, Presidenti: FHA 4 yrs.: FBLA 2 yrs.
CTreosurerJ: Jr. Class Treasurer: Sr. Class
Vice-President: Ram Staff, Editor: Re-
flector Staff. Business Manager: DAR
Good Citizen Award: National Honor
Society: and Class Favorite.
Parents! Glen and Betty Davidson:
Birthday: August 12, 1968: Activities:
Baseball, Most Home Runs, Most Stolen
Bases, Highest Batting Average, Short-
stop and Pitcher: and FFA 4 yrs.
Deborah Lorraine Dove
Parents: Kenneth Sr. and Ruby Dove:
Birthday: April 11, 1967: Activities: FFA
4 yrs.: FHA 1 yr.: Class Secretary 1 yr.:
Fire Marshal 1 yr.: Pony League Softball
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Parents: Kenneth Sr. and Ruby Dove:
Birthday: October 9, 1968: Activities:
FHA 1 yr.: FFA 4 yrs.: and Junior Play.
Grady Wayne Fagan
Parents: Sonny and Cleda Fagan: Birth-
day: September 11, 1969: Activities: Sr.
Beta, Vice-President: FBLA Treasurer
and President: FHA Parliamentarian 3
yrs.: Basketball 3 yrs.: Student Council
2 yrs.: Stat Keeper 1 yr.: and FFA.
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Tessa lean Hill
Parents: Johnny and Betty Hill: Birth-
day: March 14. 1969: Activities: FFA 3
yrs. and FHA 2 yrs.
Paul Douglas Killian
Parents: Douglas and Mary Lou Killian:
Birthday: September 6, 1969: Activities:
Basketball 4 yrs.: Baseball 3 yrs.: Track
4 yrs.: FBLA 2 yrs.: Reporter: FFA 4 yrs.:
FHA 1 yr.: Student Council 1 yr.: Fire Mar-
shall 2 yrs.: and Class Favorite, Sr. Yr.
Devin Loyd Owens
Parents: Harold and Paulette Owens:
Birthday: December 13, 1968: Activi-
ties: Basketball 4 yrs.: FFA 4 yrs.: Jr.
Beta: Sr. Beta: All Conference: Most
Handsome, and Who's Who.
Kevin Doyle Owens
Parents: Harold and Paulette Owens:
Birthday: December 13, 1968: Activi-
ties: Basketball 4 yrs. CGuardD: FFA 3
yrs.: Beta 4 yrs.: Student Council 1 yr.:
FCA 2 yrs.: and Who's Who Among
American High School Students.
Laurie Ann R. Pittman
Parents: Larry Joe Robertson and San-
dra Wernikowski: Birthday: October 14,
1968: Activities: FFA 2 yrs.: FHA 1 yr.:
FBLA 2 yrs.: Basketball 2 yrs.: Annual
Staff 2 yrs. CEditorJ: Ram Staff 1 yr.: Jr.
Play: Horticulture Team, and Sr. Beta 2
Douglas Devon Porter
Parents: Doug and Alpha Porter: Birth-
day: December 21, 1968: Activities:
Basketball 2 yrs.: FFA 4 yrs.: Prom Ush-
er, and Class Favorite 1 yr.
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Holly Melinda Rice
Parents: William and June Rice: Birth-
day: September 10, 1969: Activities:
FFA 4 yrs.: FHA 4' yrs.: FBLA 1 yr.: Beta
4 yrs.: Student Council 3 yrs.: Fire Mar-
shall 2 yrs.: Flag Bearer 2 yrs.: FFA 4
yrs.: Jr. Play: Society of Distinguished
High School Students, and Washington
Jerita Nell Richardson
Parents: Ralph and Eva Nell Richard-
son: Birthday: September 22, 1969: Ac-
tivities: FFA 4 yrs.: CTreasurer5: FHA 2
yrs: Beta Club 1 yr.: Class Favorite:
Who's Who Among American High
School Students 1 yr.: FFA Parliamenta-
ry 2 yrs.: Livestock 1 yr., and Horticul-
ture 2 yrs.
Michael Darrel Rinkle
Parents: Wayne and Lana Rinkle: Birth-
day: July 7. 1969: Activities: FFA 4 yrs.:
Basketball 3 yrs.: Track 2 yrs., and Jr.
Advisor 1 yr.
Douglas Raymond Rowton
Parents: Wayne and Linda Rowton:
Birthday: May 1, 1969: Activities: FFA
4 yrs., and Baseball 2 yrs.
Teressa Lynn Ruth
Parents: Mrs. Vonna Welch and George
Ruth: Birthday: January 11. 1968: Activi-
ties: FFA 3 yrs.: Meritorious Conduct 4
yrs. and Achievement Award.
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Theresa Lynn Spence
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Davidson
Birthday: January 9. 1969: Activities:
FHA 3 yrs., CSecretary 1 yr.J: Beta 4 yrs..
CSecretary 2 yrs.J: FBLA 1 yr. CVice Presi-
dentJ: Jr. Play: Annual Staff: Class Sec-
retary 3 yrs.: Who's Who Among Amer-
ican High School Students: and Society
ot Distinguished American High School
DELORA to TERRY
Delora Gaye Taylor Terry R. Taylor
Parents: l-l.M. and Barbara Taylor: Birth- Parents: Gerald and Doris Taylor: Birth-
day: March 28, 19b9:Activities: Basket- day: June 20, 1967: Activities: FFA 4
ball 4 yrs.: FHA 3 yrs. COfficer 1 yr.J: Beta yrs., Basketball 3 yrs., Track 2 yrs., and
3 yrs. CReporter 1 yr.7: and Jr. Play. FFA Jr. Advisor 1 yr.
Gerald Edward Ward
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ward:
Birthday: February 20, 1969: Activities:
FFA 4 yrs.: Basketball Manager 4 yrs.:
Junior Class Reporter: Ram Staff 1 yr.:
FFA. CTreasurer 1 yr., Parlimentary
Team 2 yrs., State Leadership Conf.1
yr.J: and Library Club.
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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: MOST TALENTED:
Terry, Chowno, ond Gerald Holly, Devin, and Beth
MOST COURTEOUS: MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Chowno E: Gerald Kevin, Teri, ond Beth
"MEET ME AT THE PROM"
Jim CCaI Henryb and Tonya
CLucy Trainorj. "Do you see
what I see?"
James CEIwood Simpsonj
and Johnna CSheila Rollinsl.
"What's that Called?"
Eric CMonk Stacyj, Lynn
CGert Andersonj, Renee
CWinnie Clarkj, Johnna
CSheila Rollinsj, Wes CBing
Wilsonj, Darren CPudge Bur-
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and Lisa CMrs. Trainorb.
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and Twyla CEIsie Hackerj.
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MR. and MISS AHS
Each year the teachers at
AHS select two students from
the senior class for the honor of
Mr. and Miss AHS. This selection
is based on academics, leader-
ship, and personality. Kevin
Owens and Chawna Buck
were chosen to receive this
On September 12 the
members of the FFA chap-
ter elected Jerita Richard-
son as their Sweetheart.
Jerita is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Richardson.
Kevin Owens, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ow-
ens, was elected by the
members of the FHA chap-
ter on November 7, as their
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lt was the year of the junior play, junior
- senior banquet, sales project, and class
rings. lt was having more freedom, more vari-
ety in classes, getting involved in activities.
lt was being a junior!! Juniors were aware
that freedom meant picking up the pace. We
had the task of taking the PSAT test the SAT
test and we knew that college was in the not
so distant future. Above all, one thought dom-
inates the junior year. The fact that next year
will be the best . . . and the last.
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Brian and Shauna
September: Time to get on track and start a brand
new school year. It brought new subjects: typing, art.
band, and foreign language.
October: Ar the Halloween Carnival, we had the
I3.I3. Shoot. Miniature Golf. Sytana and Michelle placed
2nd in the talent contest.
November: We have been talking about college:
the students interested signed up to take the NEDT test.
Also. it was time to get the 10 pt. that you've waited
for all year.
December: With Coach Layrocls ptting us in harmo-
ny. we sang Christmas Carols for the students and fac-
ulty. We enjoyed the 16 day holiday break.
January: Upon opening a new semester, our Beta
members attended the State Beta Convention in Little
March: Reshea, Woodrow, Leah. Jimmy, Margaret,
Kevin, Paul, and Jason completed for "Quiz Bowl" po-
sitions. The selected students will goto regional com-
petition, and if successful will go to the state finals held
in Little Rock. Winners of the state finals will each win
May: We served at the prom "Back in Block".
Reporter: Lee Ann House
Everyone looks busy. Busy at play.
COMPLIMENTS CF WHITE 0lL CCMPANY
Barry Lambert CSecretaryJ: Anthony Holcombe CTreasurerJ: Marty Buck CPresidentJ: Chris Poland CVice-
Presidentbp Gina Buck CCo-Reporterjp Robert Hendrix Ckeporterl.
Jerry and Gina
The guest speaker spoke on "Drugs".
REACHING NEW GOALS
Sit back and reminisce a freshman schedule. In first period the
extremely complicated Algebra I problems that left our minds bog-
gling became easier with the aid of Mr. Smith. Second period, Mr.
Buck taught the ways of progressive Agriculture, while Coach Hard-
en was trying to perfect the Jr. Girls basketball skills. The third period
Home Economics students spent time on careers and home planning:
in the mean time, Mr. Mayo's study hall students were using their
time preparing assignments. Fourth period Physical Science has
been a real trip. Mr. Mayo made a tedious subject easier to relate
to and more exciting. After lunch, they spent fifth period learning
sports with Coach Layrock. He would explain the game, read the
rules, and let them choose teams to play the. Reporting to Mrs. Wil-
liams English room, the students all needed her guidance in learning
the riddling ways of grammar. Finally, the fullfillment of the day
was learning to be a safe Driver's Education Class.
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Chris Dwiggins is enjoying the Halloween Carnival.
Eighth graders are hard at work in Mrs. Williams' study hall.
Exploring New Boundaries
President, Risa Parker, Vice president, Tara Hollingshead: Secretary,
Chris Dwiggins: Treasurer, Obie Staggs: Reporter, Sandra Davidson
and Mike Subbert
Valarie and Jeff
Time out for a picture
The eighth grade has been busy this year
with many activities: classes, basketball games,
pep rallies, the Halloween Carnival, Homecom-
ing and yes . . . even some studying!
We began the year by electing all our class
officers. We also chose Mrs. Funderburk as our
We had fun running the coke walk in the
Halloween Carnival. We were also proud of Greg
Baldwin and Sandra Davidson, our candidates for
Halloween King and Queen. We also enjoyed
the activities during Homecoming. Our maid,
Valarie Doster was escorted by Kevin Belt.
We have really enjoyed this year, and
we're looking forward to four more great yearsl
Reported by, Mika Massey
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BREAKING IN THE NEW
President, Lisa Doster: Vice President,
Tasha Gann: Secretary, DeeDee
Jackson: Treasurer, Marty Bardwell:
Reporter, Pam Hill.
We finally made it! The first few days
were scary: getting used to changing clas-
ses every fifty minutes, trying to keep up
with the bells, remembering what classes
were next, getting Call the wayb to the gym
on time, catching the lunch bus. No fifteen
minute recessses, but we have eight min-
utes for cokes andjunk food. All of this, sud-
denly shocked us to the realization that we
are in junior high.
"Help me finish before the bell ringsll"
Deep in thought!!
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Wesley Stone as a carpenter.
Stephanie Jackson takes time out for
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Fourth grade interested in learning new concepts.
The fourth grade has had lots of fun. We went to Mid Amer-
ica Museum fora field trip and had a great time. We have en-
joyed having Mrs. Woodson for a teacher. Every 9 weeks we
received certificates for Spelling, Social Studies, and Health. Ev-
ery month we received a gift certificate for pizza if we read
a certain amount of books. And finally, we went to Riverwood
Nursing Home to visit our Pen Pals. by Jason Mitchell
Recess is over and fourth grade returns to their
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dress for Thanks-
This had been an exciting year for second grade
boys and girls. We used the movie camera a lot in our
rooms this year. We filmed several plays. We even
used it to film the reading groups. This encouraged all
of the children to read more so they could read better
when they were in front of the camera.
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The First Grade celebrat-
ed an Indian Thanksgiving. Pa-
per sacks and paints transform-
ed them into Indian braves
and squaws. Every day is a
new fun learning adventure
by learning such things as
math, reading, writing, and co-
operation with others.
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The basic skills taught in Kindergarten are
recognizing shapes, colors, working puzzles,
printing full name, identifying and printing the
alphabet. By learning the pre-primer before en-
tering the first grade. ln arithmetic, we study
counting 6 writing to 100: adding and subtrac-
ting up to 10: and counting by 2's, 5's, and 10's.
Social Studies are studied. Along with all the
work, we find time to learn to jump, skip, catch
and throw a ball, listen, line up, and be respon-
sible. Most Of All - Be a friendly kind person, en-
joy school, and not drive Mrs. Cantrel crazy next
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1986 SUMMER SPORTS
FRONT ROW: CL to RD: Rebekah Aaron, Christie
Dove, Jennifer Woodall, Kay Buck, Misty Angel.
BACK ROW: Doris Mitchell, Coach: Tina Rowton,
Lea Ann Webb, Chrystal Franklin, Stacey Wilson,
FRONT ROW: CL to RJ: Pam Doster, Valerie Doster,
Donna Harris, Melissa Fenton, Sandra Davidson.
BACK ROW: Betty Buck, Coach: Angie Crews,
Heather Kitchens, Laura Doster, Heather Wiyott,
Gina Buck, Stormy Wiyott, Nora Henthorn, Joe
Buck, score keeper: David Montoya, Coach.
FRONT ROW: CL to RJ: Jamie Floyd, Chance Massey,
Scott Thomason, Dean Porter, Chris Wagner, Tommy
Bean. BACK ROW: Tink Thomason, Coach: Johnny'
Woodall, Gary Bean, Anthony Harris, Jerry Loyd, Mike
FRONT ROW: CL to RJ: Cliff White, Adam Lyons, Scooter
Wheeler, Jeff Troxel, Jeff Kitchens. BACK ROW: Tink
Thomason, Coach: Barry Lambert, Jerry Wilson, De-
wayne Henthorn, Obie Staggs.
FRONT ROW: CL to RJ: Seth Davidson, James Ow-
Davidson, Coach: Dee Dee Hill. BACK ROW: Leah Da- cms. BACK RQW: Glen Davidson' Coach: Paul
vidson, Tina Williams, Cindy Davidson, Shauna Wilson, Loyd, Scgffy Hqrdgge, Paul Killign, Kevin Owens,
TOFIYQ KCtl'bel', Tisha Bardwell, Shelly DOSlel'. jimmy Chqncellor, Devin Owens,
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son, Adam Porter, Bucky Martin, Cory White, Brooks Killian, Damon Woodall,
Johnny FOgQn. Paul Killian played 3rd base
on the Arkadelphio American
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Back Row: CL to RJ Coach Eddie Layrock, Paul Killian, Dennis Sorrells, Kevin Owens, Paul Loyd, Bobby
Richardson, Bryan Rice, Woodrow Coombs, Devin Owens, Bookkeeper Grady Fagan, Jimmy Shirley,
Front Row: Jason Lyons, Terry Taylor, Scotty Hardage, Jimmy Chancellor, James Owens, Kevin
Knighten, Jimmy Hemund, Scott Tilley.
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Back Row, CL to RJ Coach .lim Harden, Sytana Staggs, Tonya Karber, Laura Palmer, Cheryl Fagan,
Tina Williams, Shauna Wilson, Monica Webb, Beth Bean, Tammie Raines, Reshea Boyd, Latricia
Ward, Bookkeeper Gerald Ward, Shelly Doster: Front Row: Leah Davidson, Sandie Howard, Tisha
Bardwell, Manager Johnna Baggett.
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FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
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Kneeling: CL to RJ LaDonna S., Laura D., Donna H., Tasha G., Jeanne Y., Brandy L., Mika M., Tara O.,
Standing: Coach Jim Harden, Shelly C., Sandra D., Gina B., Tara H., Marcy D., Heather W., Sandra S., Cmgr.J,
Gerald W., CBookkeeperJ
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12 Mt. lda 39
13 Glenwood 21
23 Caddo Hills 86
26 Kirby 29
19 Sparkman 18
21 Bismarck 22 F
Seasonal: 4 wins, 10 losses.
Conference: 1 win, 6 losses.
District Tournament - Mt. Pine Thls ls G sure shot'
Kneeling: CL to RJ Richard H., Jason C., Robert D., Adam L., Cliff W., Chris P., David P., Quinton S., Jessie
S., Jeff T. Standing: Coach Eddie Layrock, Jeff K., Marty B., Dwayne H., Jerry W., Greg B., Barry L., Obie
S., Kevin B., Billy E., Scooter W. CMgr.J
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34 Mt. Pine 14
11 Caddo Hills 35
21 Kirby 32
28 Bismarck 32
28 Sparkman 40
10 Glenwood 30
23 Mt. Ida 27
Conference: 1 win, 6 losses.
Season: 3 wins, 11 losses. 57
Wonder What Coach is saying??? Dm' Tournament Klrby
Front Row CL to RJ: Terry T., Paul K., Joe B., Kevin K., Richie T., Jason L., Karl H., Donald H., Steven M
Kevin O., Joey P., Scotty H., Seth D., Brady A., Coaches: Eddie Layrock, Troy Buck
Front Row CL to RJ: Tina W., Tisha B., Laura P., middle: Jimmy
S., Tonya K., Kevin K., Sytana S., Latricia W., back: Jimmy H.,
Shauna W., Reshea B., Bryan R., Paul L., Woodrow C., Scotty
Front Row CL to RJ: Kevin B., Richard H., Adam L., Robert D.,
Jason C., David P., Scooter W., Jessie S., top row: Jeff K., Marty
B., Cliff W., Obie S., Dwayne H., Jerry W., Barry L., Chris D., Billy
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Front Row CL to RJ Donna H., Brandy
L., middle: Jeanne Y., Tasha G., top:
Mika M., Gina B., Marcy D., Ladonna
Baseball season closed with 7
wins, and 5 losses. Track students
brought home more than 30 ribbons.
Sytana won a trophy for 43 112 total
points. Four relay trophies were won by
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9. We hosted
Sparkman. The Jr.
boys lost 28-40, the
Sr. girls won 42-39,
the Sr. boys won 64-
Court is as follows:
Staggs and her
Staggs. The Senior
representatives were Jerita Richardson and Terry Taylor.
The Junior representatives were Shelly Doster and Bob-
by Richardson. The flower girl and crownbearer were
Dusty Ashley and Chris Hartsfield. Monica Webb, last
year's Homecoming Queen and Barry Dwiggins, her es-
cort, crown Sytana. The homecoming Princess was Gina
Buck and her escort was Chris Poland. The 8th grade re-
presentatives were Valarie Doster and Kevin Belt. The
7th grade representatives were Tasha Gann and Robert
Doster. The flower girl and crown bearer were Kristy Por-
ter and Cody Kuykendall.
Standing: CL to PQ .loson C., Lennon M., Scooter W., Adom L., Deborah D., Sitting: Brody A., Quinten S.,
Seth D., Eric H., Rickey C., ond Cindy D.
Borry D. ond Dennis S. Jerry W. ond Borry L.
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Front row CL to RJ: Jerita R., - Sweetheart, Chawna B. - President, Terry T. - Vice-President, Paul K. - Secretary, Gerald
W. - Treasurer, Wes J. - Reporter, Eric H. - Sentinel, Wesley S. - Jr. Advisor. Second Row: Scotty H., Larry C., Kevin K., Woodrow
C., Martha D., Shelly P., Holly R., Paul L., Jimmy H., Third Row: David P., Darrel R., Devin O., Darrin W., Ricky C., James
O., Tammie R., David G., Brandon S., Kenny F., Bryan R., Gary H., Fourth Row: Brady A., Jimmy S., Laura P., Tina W.,
Cindy D., Margaret H., Amanda T., Pam D., Dewayne H., Jon N., Marty B., Jerry W., Jeff K., Fifth Row: Teressa R., Deborah
D., Tommy L., Jeff M., Todd C., Janice V., Ricky W., Robert H., Anthony H., Cliff W., Chris P., Barry L., and Lenon M.
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This is the way it has to be done.
A Dream come True!
Our Future plans are several things. We are
going to renovate the old Alpine School building,
get a water system put in Alpine, and keep run-
ning the slaughter house as usual. lt has been
a prosperous year, and we expect many more
Getting set for the parade.
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Front: Elaine Funderburk CSponsorJ, Tonya K., Eric H., Shelly D., Latricia W., Renee H., Twyla H., Grady
F., Second Row: Lisa C., Tammy H., Linda D., James O., Leah D., Robert H., Holly R., Chawna B.,
Third Row: Sandra D., Tara O., Heather W., Gina B., Michelle L., Lee Ann H., Sandie H., Delora T.,
Teri S., Fourth Row: Tara H., Shelly C., Angie F., Fifth Row: Richard H., Jeff T., Tommy L., John E.,
Chris D., Chris F., John H.
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Entertaining: We had child care in the Home Ec. Building.
Children were enrolled during the week. A guest speaker
came and spoke to us about what entertains children.
MEMORABLE: Like Weddings??? The Family Living Class
had a mock wedding.
EDUCATIONAL: This year we took an educational trip to
Oklahoma City, OK. The theme for the meeting was "You
Can Do Magic".
Blake E: Nickolas - Nursery School
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
CL to RJ Bottom Row: Grady Fagan CPresidentJ, Latricia Ward CVice-Presidentj, Eric Hendrix CSecretaryD,
Chawna Buck CTreasurerJ, Twyla Hopper CHistorianJ, Paul Killian CReporterJ, Barry Dwiggins CParlia-
mentarianJ. Second Row: Tammy Hill, Shelly Parker, LeeAnn House, Tisha Bardwell, Leah Davidson,
Cindy Davidson, Shelly Doster, Tonya Karber. Third Row: Margaret Henthorn, Reshea Boyd, Shauna
Wilson, Kevin Knighten, Jimmy Hemund, Paul Loyd, Tommy Lambert. Fourth Row: Jim Francis, Lisa
Coleman, and Laurie Pittman.
How would you feel to be the center of atten-
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Typing our way to the
top with our Sponsor
Washing our way to the FBLA convention!
l solemnly promise to uphold the aims and
responsibilities of Future Business Leaders
of America, and as an active member, I
shall strive to develop the qualities neces-
sary on becoming a responsible business
COLORS: BLUE AND GOLD
The car wash money paid our expenses to
the FBLA convention at Little Rock, in April.
CL to RD: Mr. Smith CSponsorJ, Chris Fagan, Barry Lambert, Adam Lyons, Risa Parker, Mike Massey, Jeff
Kitchens, Jeff Mayberry, Cliff White, Csittingb Gina Buck, Marty Buck, Marcy Doster, Dewayne Henthorn,
CL to RJ, CBACK ROWJ, Risa Parker, Gina Buck, Bobby Richardson, Terry Taylor, Paul Killian, Grady Fagan,
Kevin Belt, Marty Buck CReporterJ, Cmiddle rowj, Obie Staggs, Quinten Spence, LaDonna Shirley, Lisa
Doster, Csittingj Tammie Raines, CVice-Presidentbp Tisha Bardwell, CSecretary-Treasurerby Tina Williams,
Tara O'Neal, Gary Holt: Cnot picturedl Pres. Barry Dwiggins: Eric Hendrix.
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What's the big hurry? All right you guys!
Did you bribe the cameraman?? What was thatl
Smile, you're on candid camera! Strolling the campus.
Go ahead, make our dayll What a Partyl
HIGH SCHOCL LIBRARY CLUB
CL to RJ Mrs. Taylor, CSponsorJ: Johnna B., Tommie R., Tasha G., Tora H., Shelly C., Rita T., Mrs. Buck
Aide, and Tessa H.,
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Elementary Library Helpers: Katie H., Julie H., Keli N., and
Mrs. Taylor and her helpers have done more for the
library this year. They have re-cataloged the books, re-
organized the shelves, and are putting the card catalog
on computer. They still have a long way to go.
Just trying to find a good book.
The week the Book Fair came to town
Sitting CL to RD: Devin O., President: Grady F., Vice-President: Teri S., Secretary - Treasurer: Lee Ann H.,
Reporter, Margaret H., Middle Row: Holly R., Shelly D., Reshea B., Beth B., Lynn B., Laurie P., Tammie
R., Jerita R., Johnna B., Tisha B., Tonya K., Back Row: Jim H., Jim F., Kevin K., Chawna B., James O., Paul
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Waiting Patiently. A night on the Town Last stop, Brown's Country Kitch-
Lisa D., Brandy L., Rita T., Jerry B., Marty B., Donna H., Jesse S., Jason C., Jeannie Y., Stormy W., Heather
K.. Dee-Dee J., Lee B., Tim R., Tasha G., Robert D., Scooter W., Jacob S., David P., Quentin S.
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SOCIETY OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
First Row CL to RJ: Grady F., Devin O., Beth B., Teri S., Chawna B., Holly R., Shelly D., Second Row: Jeff
K., Gina B., Marty B., Lee Ann H., Tisha B., Monica W., Patrick P., Linda D.: Third Row: Tonya K., Kevin
O., Barry D., Kevin K., Reshea B., James O., Tammie R., Jim F.: Fourth Row: Sandra S., Paul L., Jimmy
WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
First Row CL to RJ: Beth B., Teri S., Chawna B., Holly R., Second row: Jeff K., Gina B., Marty B., Lee Ann
H., Tisha B., Monica W., Patrick P.: Third Row: Tonya K., Kevin O., Barry D., Kevin K., Reshea B., James
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Front row CL to RJ: Grady Fagan, Leah Davidson, Shelly Doster, Lynn Belt, Tonya Karber, Monica Webb,
Renee Hill: Back Row: Eric Hendrix, David Pounds, Wesley Stone, Barry Dwiggins, Patrick Palmer
CL to RD: Patrick Palmer, Saxaphone: Richard Holt, '
Saxophone: Barry Dwiggins, Saxaphone Holly mee
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Mr. Jackie Robertson has
been the elementary principal
for five years. Mr. Robertson
teaches two special education
classes at the elementary
school. He graduated from Amity
High School and then attended
Henderson State University, East
Texas State University, and the
University of Alabama at Bir-
Mr. Vaughn Wright has
been the superintendent at Ami-
ty for five years. He performs ad-
ministrative and executive func-
tions. His position is one of public
trust with great responsibility. He
graduated from Mineral Springs
High School and then attended
Henderson, UCA, U of A in Au-
burn, and East Texas State Uni-
The School Board acts as
the general agents of the
people within its jurisdiction
in all matters pertinent to
public education of students
enrolled in the schools of the
lt is responsible for carry-
ing out all mandatory laws
pertaining to education and
shall consider, accept or re-
ject provisions of permissive
legistations where descre-
tion is authorized.
lt considers its major re-
sponsibility policy develop-
ment, adoption, and apprais-
Mr. George Franks has
been teaching at Amity for
twenty-eight years. He has
been the high school principal
for six years. Mr. Franks graduat-
ed from Glenwood and then at-
tended Henderson, the Univer-
sity of Ark., the University of Bay-
lor, the University of Vermont,
and Butler University.
Mr. Troy Buck has been at Amity forfive years in the agriculture department.
He attended the University of Arkansas and received a BSA and a MSA in Animal
Science. He is married and has six children and four grandchildren. Some of his
hobbies include sponsoring FFA and raising cattle.
Mrs. Patricia Bunn is in her first year at Amity. She received a BSE and MSE
in Elementary Education with specialization in early childhood. She received the
Phillip G. Horton Scholarship. She is married to Bobby Bunn and they have one
child, Rusty. She teaches the second grade and enjoys crafts.
Mrs. Linda Cantrell has been teaching at Amity for fourteen years. She
teaches the first grade. She graduated from Amity High and attended Henderson
State University and received a BSE. She is married to Johnny Cantrell and they
have three sons, Jason, Justin, and Josh.
Mrs. Barbra Cowart has been teaching special education at Amity for two
years. She graduated from Central High in Little Rock. She attended Henderson
State University and received a BSE in Elementary EducationlSpecial Education.
She is married and has two sons John and Michael. Some of her hobbies include
cross-stitching and reading.
Mrs. Rebecca R. Dwiggins is in her ninth year at Amity. She attended Hen-
derson State University and received a BSE in English and a MSE in Counseling
and Guidance. She is married to Alvin Dwiggins and they have two sons. Her
hobbies include piano, tennis, and reading. She is the counselor for the Elementa-
ry and High School.
Mrs. Margaret Forte is in her third year at Amity as a Speech therapist. She
graduated from Hot Springs High and attended the University of Arkansas at Fay-
etteville. She received a BSE in Speech Pathology. She is married and has two
Mrs. Elaine Funderburk is in her
second year at Amity in the Home
Economics department. She gradu-
ated from Amity and attended
Ouachita Baptist University. She re-
ceived a BSE in Home Ec. She is mar-
ried to Raymond Funderburk. They
have two children, Lanesha and
Nickolas. She sponsors FHA and the
Mr. Derwood Mayo is in his sec-
ond year at Amity. He attended
Henderson State University and re-
ceived a BSE and MS in Biology. He
is married to Shirley Mayo and they
have two children. His hobbies in-
clude hunting, fishing, and travel-
ing. He sponsors the Jr. Class,
teaches Science and Social Studies.
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Mrs. Patti B. Gaither ls in her second year at Amity in the Business depart-
ment. She graduated from Gurdon High. She then attended Henderson State Uni-
versity and received a BSE in Business Education. She is married to Gary Gaither.
They have two children, Nicholas and Zachary.
Mrs. Carolyn B. Guise is in her fourth year at Amity. She attended Henderson
State University and received a BSE in Art and English. She is married to Rick
Guise, and she has one daughter. Her hobbies include going to ballgames,
playing with her dogs, and playing volleyball. She sponsors the Freshman class.
Coach Jimmy Harden is in his fourth year at Amity. He attended college
at Harding University and received a BA in Secondary Education. He ls certified
in Social Studies and Physical Ed. He is married to Melanie Harden and they have
one daughter, Lacey. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, golf, and being with
his family. He sponsors the Sr. Class, teaches History, coaches girls' basketball,
and drives a bus.
Miss Julia Huddleston is in her seventh year at Amity. She attended Hender-
son State University and received a BSE and MSE in Elementary Education, Early
Childhood, and Special Education. Her hobbies include cross-stitching, woodwork,
and other crafts. She coordinates the special education program.
Mrs. Joann Kirksey has been teaching Kindergarten at Amity for twenty-
six years. She graduated from Bismarck High and attended Henderson State Uni-
versity. She received a BSE in Elementary Education.
Coach Eddie Layrock is in his fourth year at Amity. He attended Arkansas
Tech. University and received a BS in Physical Education and Social Studies. He
is married to Gerry Layrock and they have one daughter Kendall Alexsandra.
His hobbies include hunting, lifting weights, basketball, and spending time with
his family. He sponsors the Sophomore Class, teaches History, P.E., Coaches boys'
basketball, and drives a bus.
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Mr. Bllly Smith is in hls first year at Amity in the mathmatics department. He graduat-
ed from Glenwood High and attended Southern State College and Henderson State Unl-
versity to get a BSE ln General Science. He is marrled and has two children. His hobbles
include hunting, flshlng, camping, and traveling. He sponsors the Jr. Beta Club.
Mrs. Bea Sutton has been teaching third grade at Amity for ten years. She attended
Henderson State University and received a BSE in Elementary Education. She ls marrled
to Phillip Sutton and they have four children. Her hobbies Include traveling, family activi-
ties, and yard work. She Is a member of Alpha Delta Kappa and the Methodist Church.
Mrs. Billie Taylor ls in her first year at Amity. She graduated from Arkadelphla High
and attended Henderson State University to get a BSE in English and a Library Science
degree. She ls marrled and has two sons and seven grandchildren. Her hobbies Include
wrltlng, reading, and swlmmlng. She Is also a member of the National Honor Society.
Mrs. Angela Watson is In her third year at Amity teachlng the sixth grade. She attend-
ed college at Ouachita Baptist University and A.S.U. She received a BSE in Home Econom-
ics. She is marrled to Jim Watson and they have three children. She enjoys needlework.
Mrs. Felda Williams has been teaching at Amity for 23 112 years. She graduated
from Amity and attended Henderson State Unlversity and Majored in Secondary, Elemen-
tary, and Engllsh. She directs the Ram and yearbook publications. She is married to Jerry
and they have two children. She ls Sargeant-at-Arms for Alpha Delta Kappa and enjoys
playing the organ and plano, and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Shella Willlams is In herfirst year at Amity. She attended Henderson State Univer-
sity and received a BSE in Elementary Education. She is married to Boyce Williams and
they have flve children. Her hobbies Include crocheting and cross-stitching. She teaches
the fifth grade.
Mrs. Virginia Woodson is in her
sixth year at Amity. She attended
Olympic Community College in
Bremerton, Washington, and Hen-
derson State University. She re-
ceived a BSE in Elementary Educa-
tion. She is married to Bobby Wood-
son and they have three children.
Her hobbies include cross-stitching
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Levis Lee s Shirts E: Shorts
Boseboll Bosketboll Cr Footboll Accessories
Gifts for Boby Wedding E: other Occosions
Video To Go Movie Club
AMITY AUTO PARTS
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P O Box 195 Mike Johnson
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2901 West Prne
Phone 246 5095
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Home 356 3533
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HWY 70 Glenwood AR 71943
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Glenwood AF! 71943
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Glenwood AR 71943
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Deorborn heorers 71921
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John Plyler Inc.
P 0 Box 31 106 Broadway
Glenwood AR 71943
Across from 356 3312
Wright s Food Center 356 3913
Electrical n Hardware Q Woodheaters
Carl s Building
Supply wiLsoN s
Building Materials Paint G 6.
Glenwood AR 71943
Phone 356 3823
Owner Jean Harding
600 East Broadway
Glenwood AR 71943
Phone 356 2941
Car fr Truck Repair
P O Box 215
On the Square
Amity AR 71921
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342 5263 AR 71921
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Jomes Moroble Phone 356 3415
Glenwood, Arkonsos 71943
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BODY SUPPUES Murfreesboro AR 71958
Phone 285 2771
Amrty Locquer Pornf 8 Chemrcol Mfg
PAINTS LACQUERS SEALERS STAINS THINNERS
ENAMELS VINYLS ACRYLICS EPOXYS
ERMA BORDEWIECK 342 5480
INDUSTRIAL FINISHING MATERIALS
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P O Box 10 Business Phone
Amity AR 71921 C5015 342 5756
Glenwood office C5015 356 2800
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Congratulations to the Graduating
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Our Best Wishes in Whatever You
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HDEIAL DEPOSIY INSURANCE CORPORATION V' WONT" YVBUUWNG 90' ll ICU-Ill
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Owner R W Dovrdson South of the Squore
phone 342 5581 Amlty AR 71921
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Blsmorck AR 71929
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From L to R Top Row Nelda Wlllrams Sponsor Chawna Buck Margaret Henthorne LeeAnn House Monrca
Webb Trna Wlllrams and Crndy Davrdson Middle Row Patrrck Palmer Gerald Wasd Lynn Belt Tonya
Karber Johnna Baggett Trsha Bardwell Sandy Howard and Leah Davldson Bottom row Twyla Hopper
Tammy Hrll Shelly Doster Lrnda Dove and Tammre Tarnes
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l opened the year wrth students who knew nothrng about the yearbook We all prtched rn and worked
hard puttrng thrs book of memorres together for you
l would like to express a specral thanks to all the members of the annual staff student body faculty
and admrnrstratron for all therr cooperation The annual staff and l would also lrke to express a very specral
thanks to Mrs Nelda Wlllrams for all of her time support and dedlcatron
Thrs year as In the past has been fllled wrth excrtrng events and memories which you wrll always
cherlsh We hope we have captured many of these memories rn prctures for you to look back on through
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Aaron, Rebekah C53 45
Adams, Brody C103 34
American Whos Who 71
Anderson. Tana C33 47
Angel, Crissy, C23 48
Angel. Joshua C23 48
Angel. Misty C53 44
Art Program 70
Awards Day 6
Baby Pictures 20, 21
Baggert. Johnna C113 30
Baker, Lee C7340
Baldwin, Greg C83 38
Fagan. Stephen C13
Fortis, Courtney C13
Farris, Tina C33 47
Fendly C63 44
FFA Sweetheart 6 FHA Beau
Fire Marshalls 62
Fire, Darrell C63 44
Flag Bearers 62
Fletcher, Bryan C53 45
Francis, Angelia C93 36
Francis, Jim C113 30
Francis, Kenny C103 34
Franklin, Crystal C6344
Funderburk, Lanesha C23 48
Bardwell, Marty C73 40
Bardwell. Tisho C103 34
Barkman, Jerry C73 40
Barkman, Mark C33 47
Borkman, Shelia C63 44
Bean. Bean C123 18
Gaither, Nicholas C13
Gann. Tasha C73 40
Garner. Allen C63 44
Garner, Christy C43 46
Garner, Kevin C13
Garner, Wade C43 46
Bean, Corey C33 47
Bean, Gary C63 44
Bean, Thomas C43 46
Belt, Kevin C83 38
Belt, Lynn C113 30
t, Gary C73
t, Pam C33 47
Boyd, Resha C103 34
Buck. Chawna C123 18
Buck. Gay C53 45
Buck. Kay C53 45
Buck. Marry C93 36
Glenwood Students 72
Godsey, David C113 30
Gould, Benjamin C33 47
Gould, Jeremy C63 44
Gould, Tye CK3 50
Graduating Rams C563
Graham. Taro C23 48
Holcombe, John C13
Holcombe, Julianna C53 45
Wheeler, Amy C4346
Cantrell, Jason C73 40
Cantrell. Joshua CK3 50
Cantrell. Justin C33 47
Carroll, Brenda C1349
Carroll, Dalana C93 36
Carroll. Larry C103 34
Chancellor, James C113 30
Cogburn. Misty C33 47
Coleman. Lisa C113 30
Coleman. Stephanie C53 45
Coleman, Todd C103 34
Copeland, Beverly C83 38
Copeland, Patricia C53 45
Cook. Casey C33 47
Coombs, Woodrow C103 34
Crews, Angela C93 35
Crews, Michelle C83 38
Crews, Ricky C113 30
Davidson, Cynthia C103 34
Davidson, Justin CK3 50
Davidson, Leah C103 34
Davidson, Sandra C83 38
Davidson. Seth C123 18
Davis. Katrina CK3 50
Deaton. Angela C53 45
een 16, 17
Hardage, Joe C53 45
Hardage, Scotty C113 30
Harris, Anthony C53 45
Harris, Donna C73 40
Harris, Raymond C53 45
Harris, Tina C43 46
Harvey. Melissa C23 48
Hemund, Crystal C33 47
Hemund, John C83 38
Hemund, James C103 34
Hemund, Katie C63 44
Hemund, Michelle C23 48
Hendrix, Carmo C63 44
Hendrix, Eric C113 30
Hendrix, Robert C93 36
Henthorn, Charles C83 40
Henthorn, DeWayne C93 36
Henthorn, Lori C63 44
Henthorn, Margaret C103 34
Henthorn, Nora C63 44
Hill, Chris C53 45
Hill. Macky C63 38
Hill. Pamela C73 40
Hill, Quinren C33 47
Hill, Renee C113 30
mmy C113 30
sso C123 19
Holcombe. Anthony C93 36
Dosrer, Laura C93 36
Dasrer, Lisa C73 40
arcy C93 36
Doster, Pam C93 36
Doster, Robert C73 40
Doster, Shelly C113 30
Doster, Valarre C83 38
Dove, Christie C53 45
borah C123 18
Dove. Janese C73 40
Dove, Jimmy C63 44
Dove, Linda C113 30
Dove, Martha C123 18
Dove, Neil C63 44
Hollingshead. Tara C83 38
Holt, Gary C103 34
Holt, Richard C83 38
Homecoming 60, 61
Hopper, Susann C83 38
Hopper. Twyla C113 31
House, Lee Ann C103 34
Howard, Sandie C113 31
Howell. Jody C43 46
Howell, Seth C23 48
Hudgins, William C63 44
Dwrggins, Barry C113 30 Raines. Tommie C113 31
Faculty 76, 77, 78, 79 lSllll0fl1
Dwiggins, Chris C83 38
Eckles. Penny C63 44
Elam. Amanda C13
Elder, Bonitto C23 48
Enlinger, Billy C83 38
Evans. John C103 34
Evans, Nicholas CK3 50
Jackson, Dee Dee C73 40
Jackson, Malissa C33 47
Jackson, Michael C13 49
Johns, Wes C113 31
n, Holly C13 49
Lady Rams 58
Karber, Tonya C113 31
Killian, Brooks C23 48
Paul C123 19
. Cheryl C113 30
, Chris C83 38
, GradY C123 18
, Johnny C23 48
Kitchens, Heather C73 40
Kitchens, Jeffery C93 36
Knrghren, Kevin C103 34
Kuykendall, Shane C63 44
Senior Lady Ram Team 55
Lambert, Barry C93 36
Lambert, Michelle C63 44
Lambert. Tommy C103 34
Lindsey, Brandy C73 40
Lindsey. Kelly C53 45
Loyd, Jerry C53 45
Loyd, Paul C103 34
Lyons. Adam C83 38
Lyons. Betsy C53 45
Lyons, Jason C103 34
Lyons, Melissa C53
Main, Carl C5345
Main, Lenon C93 36
Martin. Danral C13 49
Massey. Chance C43 46
Massey, James C23 48
Massey, Mika C8338
Maxwell, Irvan C63 44
Maxwell, Michelle C83 38
Mayberry. Jeff C93 36
Mitchell Auto Supply 104
Mitchell, Jason C43 46
Mitchell. Jena C63 44
Mitchell, Sidney C23 48
Most Beautiful 11
Most Handsome 10
Mr. B Miss AHS 28
Nutt. Jon C103 34
Nutt, Keli C5345
O'NeaI. Tora C93 36
Owens, Devin C123 19
Owens. James C113 31
Owens, Kevin C123 19
Owens, Melinda C33 47
Palmer, Becky C63 44
Palmer, Bonnie C83 38
Palmer. Dwight C43 46
Palmer, Laura C103 34
Palmer, Patrick C113 31
Parker. Rrsa C83 38
Parker, Shelly C103 34
Partridge, Drrsten C23 48
Paul. Ason CK3 50
Payne. Kimberly C13
Pittman. April C23 48
Pittman. Laurie C123 19
Pittman. Misty CK3 50
Pittman, Taro C23 48
Poland, Chris C93 36
Porter, Adam C13
Porter, Albert C53 44
Porter, David C73 40
Porter. Dean C53 45
Porter, Devon C123 19
Porter, Kristie CK3 50
Pounds. David C113 31
Pounds, Sheri C13
Ram Staff C143
Romsey. Kara C63 44
Reflector 12. 13
Resche, Mike C83 38
Reschke, Cristal C63 44
Rice, Bryan C103 34
Rice, Christopher CK3 50
Rice. Holly C123 22
Richardson. Bobby C113 31
Richardson. Jeriro C123 22
Richardson, Michael C83 38
Rinkel, Darrell C123 22
Rinkel, Kenny C23 48
Rinkel. Denny-Wayne C23 48
Rinkle, Tonya C43 46
Roberson, Tim C73 40
Robinson, John C43 46
Robinson, Corey C13
Rowton, Christina C63 44
Rowton, Doug C123 22 '
Ruth, Moshelle C83 38
Ruth, Teressa C123 22
Sondifer. Carrie C23 48
Sandiler, Corrie C23 48
School Workers 80
Senior Beta 69
Senior Prom Banquet 26
Senior Ram Team 54
Shirley, Jimmy C103 34
Shirley, LaDonna C73 40
Sirmon, Michael C53 45
Smith, Donna C23 48
Smith, Devin C63 44
Smith, Sandro C93 36
Smith, C113 31
ol American Students
Sorrells, Darren C63 44
Sorrells. Dennis C113 31
, Jeffery C23 48
Sorrells, Kevin C43 46
Spence. Quinton C73 40
Spence. Teri C123 22
Spring 3, 4. 5
Stoggs, Brandon C103 34
Stoggs, Jarrod C13
Obie C83 38
Sytana C103 34
Steed. Amy C53 45
Steed. Ashley C33 47
Stone, Jesse C73 40
Stout. Jason CK3 50
Strorher, Jacob C73 40
Student Council 66
Subert, Mike C83 38
Taylor. Delora C123 22
Taylor, Rita C73 40
Taylor, Terry C123 22
Thomason, Amanda C93 36
Thomason. Chris C13
Thomason. Scott C43 46
Tilley, Scott C113 31
Troxel, Jeff C83 38
Troxel. Richie C103 34
Vought. Jacob CK3 50
Veorster, Janice C93 36
Vick. Corey CK3 50
Vick, Jason C23 48
Ward, Gerald C123 22
Ward, Larrrcia C113 31
Watson, Daniel C33 47
Watson. Rickey C93 36
Webb, Leo Ann C63 44
Webb, Monica C113 31
Welch, Robert C93 30
Wheeler, Scooter C83 40
White, Cliff C93 36
White, Corey C23 48
Williams, Tina C103 34
Wilson. Clara C53 45
Wilson, Darren C113 31
Wilson, Jenniler C43 46
Wilson, Jerry C9336
Wilson. Margaret C43 46
Wilson, Ronnie CK3 50
Wilson, Shauna C103 34
Wilson, Shelia C63 44
Wilson, Stacy C63 44
Wanda C43 46
Winters, Fawna CK3 50
Wiyott, Heather C93 36
Wiyott, Stormy C7340
Woodall, Daman C23 48
Woodall, Jennifer C43 46
Woodall, Johnny C63 44
Woodall, Steven C13
Write. Tiffany C63 44
Yarbrough, James C13
York, Jeannie C73 40
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