Andrews High School - Mustang Yearbook (Andrews, TX)
- Class of 1968
Page 1 of 312
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 312 of the 1968 volume:
,, .. ,. .. ,
, , , ,- ,. . I - Jl..- 1 I
I 4 ' Q
. ,LT. 2,4 K.
Lf. 'fi T3 12?-'H ' '-2-5,:,Tif',f1gQE52?i,-:I "f1f'g.:'6
-wg.. , I . . .I-7 5 . I ' if V :SQA -P-zg..:5v4g:' '- Epi," 7.3-'
N ' fx: Ia., .- gf M- ', 'gtg' j', 'Aj ' 'g,:1...f'j-vp-.r,:ggig::f
Ju f '. I V . 'A ' Y - 1:42 .. - . .fum ffin.
1 A-- Y 1 nf. .3',': V4-,' "Hg-
i. ""-' "Q " ' ' Ay ' -ff?-'. f fm ' -. , Y, I
' gf' -.-'Hifi' ' - 3 g, ful. ' -,..W1.,, Ts
" ?':"F,""1 - W, . V LJ f A if.
u V1 f Q' ' . ' f
I ,. Y.. X
I f' 1- Q 1.1. ,, '
, . , .I 1 -Ir
I 5A 6
..' .u' ' lf"
7 ,. 1.
I 17 1' 1- 'liz
I I k- " 'Q-, gl
4 - ,. - s :gl
f x,,. , -f-' .V . Y ,.-il!
-,,- f, " '. . -'Q It
. - 3, , 4 U, - .5
'. . ,Unk , 4 e ' l -lr .X
2'1"f:i" '3 ' v ' " . .' LF' If
Y If ' I - - -5-. 'AI
' 4 - - I
gi ',. 1
I .. V. , .1
-I 4 'JI
-, . X, ...,
. f - 4 7 ,gg
I . I
. .' , ' - MI
.W 4' .V -Y xl
. 4 Q . I
I -'fe I
. "Ti ' I
' I , '-9-1.
I -+H 1 ..'- '
.1 E , A . . Tix?
. -' I' 1 . j
1- - -.sl
N ' - V- "- TT.: 'i,
ff: ' 1 " 'Ili-'Lf..1.g, Y -I
-I I ' " ., 'l:,'ir':' . ' V - ' Ji?
-I L V + V. If- af'-" ITM 1, . .J 'I'
I' -J.: 5
' ' ' ' wr- ' Ffa ?
I If .- ..- if
' ,"" 1: ', ' X 'I
.. , H, , v A I
' . 1 bf: 'Lmfi
I 4- .
' 5' ' . . 1. .. 74 .JL '
.11 2 1 Vg ,-
'I' Qi ' :Y I
I -I Vaal
" "I 'V ' .
A 5 .t 'M-' JI
- . . ' -1' ."' "-I
,I Q l
1' w ' mW'
I ' .
' ' 'ax
v . '
I X' rr' 'JI
, 1. - If
-1 -- 'Q' , '
I S I "Qs .
,, -4 'I
x ,..v.,7' -
. .. F'
1 -,Y , ,-:-
' . 'A ' qi
' . I '- P I.
1 I I '4'.:.3
'I 'I I. . I
f as - -'ff f I
- . - I- . 155- f.,.
, I wg.
. if I. x -I -'I
4 . ...H .1 Qi,
A , n I,
'infix .5 n.f..+., A .L
. -A . ,..
I ' g ' .ids .. . A , f
N , , -7 Y 5, , . ,A . 4.
. ,M ......, U
Q Q. , ,
W-,-. ,H tw, NA' "V-
IH ' L, V .' - .-'E"'sT ,I
1' In 'L-H I ' f - " fm' ."' 'ff v "" - ig. ' --
'-L-.E-, . f-. 'frail Iv. I--"-7 I- '-'af' Q ' ' ,.. 1 , Ls ' . .
WT?-eg,.l'1 37752 . . '-,E-4?-if-.xi 1 . .
.g 'x:"a-lair! I-gi,5a:fRe:...1f 3... qfifjv- .s,ft,T4+Ll"
.. If .a:.:,f,'11,.,s.-ffl"glnw.1. fa. lr-
M- NW- ff-.A+ ge-'ifffs-ms..mx-L-ee.G3s.1g?f:i..::fSf.1:.ff..,.-iv. f
' ' . I
- .,.'5Y"?s13"9wSE55fm""1'2ff ",. -Rin? N'-. "pvsH'-if 1'.Qma1.52f:-iafwx'gn.11f.w-Q-.-ew:-'ffymam '
4 1- 1qwk'Aam5:'.-'W"3S?35 Nxfyglizl RA J.. .55 EJFQW- 'Q .A gf- gf .u-,ji ff 1151-.-' Cf'-'Muff' '
15krzsxm-15.-,1..3fif5,Q...Wf,3,:p,gi,qLmgffiiw-Ar M. 1 .--,gg,g4gv,515,,.my-zg'sJ.-fgpy5ggpQ.3g3-mia! gm
- 2+ -R5 -:DQS Ji .Jff:S4p4
w , f4gg+gM3ff- f'E?i1'u -'fd 2fi'img-ixfgsfzimgwffagva5,5mw51'6zf
. je. .. fxfgf.wsffrmzfip-i:iftgfgcgafyg-by .gifyff 'M:Hiffsr':JQg1wAfp3p5ym..BA,gfig,dg!garr.A
.. f 1.5.-.lx . v 4 .132 myfwf--QfiL'wm:v-affm
'J.,'ia:!- f .M J' xffff' -0'92Ew?f?gff:H191-9WQ4- firivw-
exfig : ji?-SQXP'-5 U
gg-ffmgf , f 21. ,- -. HB! . ,KJHQSW-.-,.. S1f4?ff.w.f
f.,QKSi31g:,gyzg,g.ygZ3f,y -'-' ' m f- ,K n 5. .. 3a,w555,ff3Yigvje.
fafwahyf-M.-YN . ' T ' EEF? mg, -wif -
fQ5?r-,n.xc52fQQiSw'-4?Sjj5Q' 'W' c14:'ds9i55QQEj4f!Qf5' 1 5. QW, Avis. 'BW ,if Q 5 . 'YQ , " , 119334 A ,J
f23.all21'fY?-3wEE,g.29X:?f-ymv5f...,'rAev?,Yy5?AL1q,gg,?qg.X:- ,wif Mifgzgwx Wg. .jawf 1 , J--- M. . , Jw: 1 flngfvv. v 5,
griwiiilirnS-94'Wiwsg-'55.,345LffggEEKiSgi5igy?i'F Li5bAq1MirEfQQ"?4 wblmff v 5fA'ifLz:A,. Mx- ggi gaffg-N Q5 .' U'53,vg:, .IW LQIGUQXQ11'
ra+X:f3Q .QS we ' . we if -:lik .9 gi? mm, 5
gagwr-1 -:JS Yagi.. A . . 1 in Q Ffzlilfviaf 1 J
qfw- .. . W - .ff'ia.Y4' - . .9241 sgvfsgf'-f'Hf9J2,. ffiihmlaay.. .51 f.
:zbf2'S:xQ.HFsf'f-QQGESLus.fe"fvT+vff51193535 'Wa' ' W fif' "Ava-' .X4:2S5 .na S- 1 may T6 A. 7'
1 1 J gg .
, I ' M
A' ' W X ' S ff? wa
-w 4 - 41 yt f f , wa sm "JE, ff
aziplisgpvff S9221 xsfggigx- A 'W - f V271' ,. , - vw I-- 1- , 1 'Sf' A z ..-Q: . . W :pw , ,vw "Tis
-. 111 1 W 1 . - ' . ff: 3 'ff La
K. . 5 .NA ,pw J x l. V s,- ,N Q H 5 K,-,fmf .1 1 4, 4. H14 5 .A-Mi -Y . LQii:..cA5ft73f -iv
Q QE? by . if 5 ,
s..x::Lb.. QL Q .N ...LL , . .aw 3 N . Jes. 5 ww'
64, f b
Gsf5:f':1"fs?. .., .11-H "-. ' .- - .14 - ' r '- "',w,. . , N " ",. : , 2'y' 1' f, ' A V H ,. 4'
A x ' - L Y ' ' Qxfwffwfi-5 . Q' ,Q -new Aiwa
.- -4 - . - -Sa ' if f "H: 1 2 :1 1- 4 ...Q 1 . f '
Ee- .- .wwf A 'effigy KS - 114 52.
,gg 5 .3 1 H N- f"f.',w.324-1' .ff yi q .my -,, ,. Q, 1:
97SsQk'4?1?2w:.15.f1b'4ffL"4QSL'f'2kix-LfQ31 '3i'- ff- - f' QIBJQQQES ' r-x, '. - ,.' ,l 5 7 -f ' 15" Mez, 2,58
: qgisggr -L2?,wy rl :.,.tu12,! , . 1- 63 J fy Sf new iii' K
. M1 wig r. f. ff. fs" l
, ,P -F f'
War . qw? A ' J VE
N A "-QM' Sv, 'yfgffgsg GQ" H - - L
Q all 5. 2 1 15 92 M 1 ' u f
QYSHIMY Ewx:mff25Q--ww 'fl wi ffhygwa . H , 555- A
JJ' 5x 63,2 9 My? q ' M M .M ,A 52 M, 13 '23 if l 4'
H' ' t 'V A 'm"u?fh 7355531 M M' S x QW' 1 w
?R4v'ff,3.,,gfu1vpp'5!,.g 6+ :Q www-W . we "QQ 554 by zy,.,,pm k 1
vk w C A fgiffwivigxvfxwlilzfc 3236 'A 559 Q3-551 W W 16. F. 22, 5
' 1 , H H
WI E '12 He ' '
wi .W . my fr. Q 151 ,gf
fvwqumln "ffQEvHx1.' ' A .-aes' frffffr :1.1f. f' v. w
W -- '12
1 ,:-':1'fI:f's--f:f21' ' '1 .-T'ilfffiiffii?13529-ZZQQ'I??:31L,:??AJi'J'5'5.'F-. 'ffzmwrnax +44 - M ,-,w:'Jv11J'v ,fu '-
Wmfff-v A. ,
iff f f:1fff5.1X:.,w,2Q1a?X:Q79a?:fQYfQ535:f::"i,?Z7'1'KQf:1:3.'?,-eeivfA MF, 1
,Q fi'AQ'g3:T?iV'1-'Sl''fizf -.1215 -
- "1 . vifsrliar-1:3-1 gc1g.gfQ.g:gg1gw, H521 2' ,hp 'zgpagll-,,r, , I K 1
f-" L 3' fm
' f -rf 'fs:l.,,p 1'1 ff.. W .2 wir' .
7 :.2,2Lf1QT 1 seefsyfilfw Erin 'firm H -1 TE if-sv ' -
V.-1-3,,:.x. ' irit- -Q,-L':.9.Lg1f ,,y..1'L 51: C31 JF,-:V 4 'll' 1 'wg'-Q . 'd ,iff ,
ggi? - gn'igzggazi3.rg.-i2f?afagQ2-sjygfUgg' :fi 55? X
-pq., al' f -5w'l.i21:." , .+',f,4.:w:1,ff.:g-Iv.,-fuwg:-,Q1, N4 '
A f 1
5. 1igQf?,f,f:J1,fi' -"'-441.43-'iHi.'xf:1. ff1EZ'ig?1a'Qi7'blf5j- ,iii-'iff ':': f . f
V fa H 'JEV3-W ' .
1. , MQ
px. 5, X T.5m'f.": " arf.-1-zz., pmw.4g,emf-'Q ff-1 11" F 11 . 11 1. ff-I-ez1-1'izn:111vf'h2::zwsh. uw L. vw' .1 --.mf
-. wr:-fffi. ui:-. ,,- 'vffvx' .- 'if -uf.. ,ya-I " IW' ' 'S R n, ' :'Z-'imma 'if 'f:
v1v:ff:lA-EY'F:.4'E:,21Qji2l13:, , gf
ff . Maru, f A: 'fffgfl x .J mv. - w
.xx-,f ,:.--ff 11'-11-fww-.,, ,-'fm-wa Wray
--avr.. 'rf-'!1,f,.ff,-1 . .g.mfJ.W, f14f.,vq5f13-,fidilwf
" I-Leif-a'v ' 3111.7 . L5 fQ.2fi'fP'
"1 We PJ ' :wtf 'fji ,
A 4- if-:gfmf ,mi115-gram:ff2,6zgiibgaifiglrW7f3T3,gQ5g,:,z',,Qg3j54S:53-rmgpxfgi'E-if,. J' ' :ggi
I-1 JQL-:,2'a2l:.,3: -51,'2,.1.1v,:f'4-W.f-,'.fff9f' ' Efgs. fu an-1.wf,f:f . :
4 "2'f""".'?'f' ,f ff " ",'fH5'?f: il :L fl. 'li1'??fi1"r,' 83,3-f"jig, wi .1
' Q px' 'L'ki:-.,:.,wgQfbg.7:3f,3f
-A M ' 1 -f
. 1, . N' - X W .iwwiiw ' '
.- - .
ai- -'sum-L 'ff Hn- .LN .1 'Ki?"L-:QF
.,d,--, .:- - -- 1 .Lx f . - ,L ..:..g- -2,3-A .L.'a:- . -' - - - .Dfw .gin f ..m"5Q--:fhwff .31 . .grfg,'N5f5ag T554
.1 .0 ' ff -ff .i?H'fla '1 " if 5:21 7 T '99-if-7 ' 'ffm' 353'-'a. 2:1 wg-fi'?-gfkeafzyg-aS?EKuw--r f 1 if-6225- grfif- A. -'1E:'25i-:,- : s r? - '- f
-.-1-up . -1. .- - , -f- -. -. ff -1--- .. 1. .- ny. v . -. .gps .
. e , , .
F55 14 "'?40"13"Q E 1 'f' R+ +1 '-rw 1, .gy-,.-fgei?-rvl' rm ' x 1 -5 ' f i '
. v 45 Q N, , xg ,,r Ta: N ig P' . X , I
A ,K 25+
mg.. ? -J M , f -f f 'a R.-'Q N.-EF. . - 21
?"dl'i:ff3':? f - Fi" F - .: -. , -' KS . . . , N- V 4
.. . j w
,yi,v:4P7 'ZikfS5 . .F -"'+'fV y,A. . ,,. ,5g.,.'.m . v ygf 'i
' -M f 7: 'K 'mf 'S 'rw'-A f va ..' Q- 1" Nag '4 '- -.',.. 'w ' .
x-5697? 6 ,af Ls, . 4 ,ii d ,,..'.,,f5,. -a s M y
-sim ff dw '- . 2 . wi 'M :M 1 2" - f l a ,a ...- Q' M g, 'W 4sfi..,f" n A
, ecgQZ H:gi, ., . 5 . V , J., - .'.S5. :A , . mfvqlfjberf
" 1 R '- 1 : ' 5
5 ,vi , 4 N 45?
pick-:AwPrfcfr,-4,.fm-.yy 1 If . .gy-:nys - Eiga, L - pg. , , . ,, , -QQ?
'V wifi ' M ' Q sf fef . '2 '-sbt , :1.qJ'i1ff
--'--Ziff: -G -1 .7 ' V ,.-fi'-Ei'+?zf5i'5,af:?,gvgs31'g?T9 '. -f.ff2.1!:' W5,,z-lv1wg:fQw: -,Q "QM -Aglfgwwmi: Ji-' ' 'AG '
pg' 'f ' " 743 ,S - gig, - . - .
. . f.
fizwyg I : f,','f'3 My zg3:::aI,x:,.:f g.,-,-?fg.,j.'t .w3:f1'XT uw Y, 3.1 5.5.4. Z., V142 iffy!
"5i1'2.i'ex-mf .'fi'3wM2'.V'i'.2i' Qgifgii? ivbliinffiffwfff5H'1E1':w!-1 aff? f'H1Z1,1e29'ff:y1212fZ-
' ' ' 'M' ' --' -'- A-ff' 41-y2':1A,-.f'w'ff2Hw A , f.- f wwlifiif-f.7:, -f fL,,A, f., , Z V
,V gf- , f 7' f-1 fy 1, - :,jf,4,., vm, fi-U',": , x"5gfr.mt ". 15 xfffprq .L ms,+Lh1,.n1C, ,L U- , X -
f v - mi, .222 fm ,Mx-:N .ffffn-ny -.-..,fq.-,U V Ag., X... f fl, fJ-in, fdqfw-1-.
P w . y,.fJ,,f5ww.mQ.. , -. ,f , .. ,MV m a... W...
,, I - 'if " 17 G ?9Ls'f""'24"fW"Af"?G6
" 3 fra- '55.G1''f1vM2!fJ1'f9'iH"44Z559135115If-1 1552K ff'-9.:2k5?fX'?"'V'P'-Jiffif
' f ,f,. I fy 4 V: wffw ' 'il gfamviiil-. YM ' fqefwl-
f Wa f ,Q ' f .fa 'Q
., , ff ' H, , I f,-1 1 ,mf f, Jil' , 'xv A. 1:1 1- .gg - ff .-'u'- '-,' 'M ".-49577. - "F aff -'E' 43 ' ' , 1
,yafigp ,. 'g ,V . f N- " qw? 'zwvyc g,g43,a,5:-5g.,9,.sM,3g,,.,
.mr A , ,, Qs . Q 5 I -I-4" Q 41 :,4 ' ,, -, ,1,QQpFwam'.', f 712'-'CC' mn, vfiz'-'jfggif pg'Q.'j.j':','q,3,,3g,.A11'31, A. , '-5
'W' , 51 'V ' v, Sagem M X fNfw'35WP1-.2Jiffy: 325l1g.l.15f1'i?1V? Q1
' 'maui' w . -4 . f .MMI A f . '-I fp. a, ' , ,, 4 1 f""" ff-'-Qggggi-2.54, pm: gm' ,wx any
,Q WWW . f' h W " , MP' QU 'fx ,af-" ff x Mia, ,. ffimplk Tvw35fx'f 1.:1fJe'w5
Myfg.,-I 1 Pm . 1' Kgyan-'Q wtf- -' M- 's4?1,,g3Q5,1c,f,'--fg.3,,,m ,. aiwf-15,-,-9,..,,x3f79x,,..:f,.,,-nl
f -. I V ' . . 'A ' '.1'N'.Y r ". .'- f. 4 'Q .MP Af :Wm-'
. .4135 .f:'W1w Mwpggxf. ,, cr .2 ,. yiygw 11 . 41,2 X, 4g4W,. egljih ,791 29535355355
gm? 154. gbgiw H - , uw ,A f1JZ:.bfFTQLE"'ly 2
QS.-v ga, " qs, " ' " . if ?' J 1' W W ' f 'f' V ff 'L-'f' . :v,f'9'1:3f""' . . eafll- 'HF
as , .- - .W2:fp -1. ff
Quzilfm- 9. 1 . 1- 52.-L-flizffflsiff- "' A-.,,5?s5ff.,'
,..t..,,:-wx. .:'Xf94.gg.3qw:,:+,Qgg,?..,1gw34LWf,-411253bagels,-. .,5E.Y.!55?fa5ge. zwqiwpp. . gg: -wig .fgy-,galzfvn 34.12. -'x V
,f4a.:w,-f - 3 . Y., -,Z xmewyg, , Q 1 -H . ,,--If ...Q ', " 3 1 5. g:: :.- . .n-- H '
SJ Af Af Q9 595. 1 -it . 2 new A . +A 'ff-f"S1E.NP',
. A nf a 5...-1 4' W I- -fd 12:3 --1 fx .5 5-. ,,?.,,,':s.'pgaf:,' "1 - fs ..
.11 - --1 -N v v s A il -- if 'mf 422'-'ff 1' 1'
. H--.::1.':..r',5: 'fit-"4 .' -: 'f1'.'f:1'i-. .,.:.G'1 w S-' '-F. - ' . ': 1 - ""Y'f ' uv- 'N'-F, ,paw r' 'f
if,-xp -EQ :asf-N E55-'N 'f .gjial af. ,aiu qfiwl. .gals- .V - ' w1 ,-:rw mi" 'Zj' ,- uw. f' f
"-R'- wt -"1 " ' If ' " 1 - - -L, -:'u":" . Uv. 33' - 'r . - . .,,, . - . 3 T. -'f FN". -,-,, '-.9,2:3"f.
" Miz.-Q.. .W - " v- ui 1'fN'f'3xM2k'.'1ff.,
.,l . . . . . ...bam - ,. ., . ... , .,5E:,.4tf591f.f1.. f I-Qs., f.75QL.1..wiff3f!W,m. 'pw vz,,.1.A:,-.,w,fL .af mf . YQ, M.
.yn.'1.j'V1wgVf,,.-,fpxi ,V .V 5 - V . '-
nf , .- , 1 . -Q '
LL,V'Vp5V',.:.33.Vr,f. .5 3- . 2 ll 1 " V
'Vigff 1Z.f1E-,ff 'fi' 11- . -. , ,,. ,,
.a,g?f?'fgi g+4EVzV:f-,iai , , :V
i i 3
ills' 1 i 5. V :ff A "
- ,Vg ,V -:V .,V,
-Vw '52 .ff-:
-fVVfL .4-S V ,
J " ' r'
.V ,A .,
' ,f I
1 , f .JZ "
VV,4V.5--,2V,-.Vgkw VV... -V f,VV. -.
f23z'VVfV 5-'-Jw 1 , A V vs., ,V if 1'
fii-5,r.-',f9':"L"Q.j 'u -A I 'I 1 58' ', yt' V
f4,.p3b.f:'1Q2lg1V.--V ij Q: .V 9. ,,
lf,g5QQgV'E.g9gSf4:'::fQEgg.QQJV Ig, Qi. A '5' V, ?,g'V2,Q-fp7.,:..,g:V :jf
AV.QV5?aff3VF:4Vi'23Vf,.V.V-1.aa5 - ' -- ' fm.- . . V .
1+ gfyf-w Nz" :fr
2g.,3.f . fi -' " l
5' AV-3.' "al -3. .. W , .
a 'K ' 1,155 fffw , V
if' . 1 wr f '."f"'Xf'i7' , '. - 'if
JD. ' J 4-V:-1-ve,-V. N- fr s, 19: 2 ay-LV,-k-f V 0,12-'Vf.n
' -:ga Qiisf ,iv
R.: f--sb .1Z'.ff.-VW1 ' ff" -
551,55-fiw,'ifilkgi'LV., V- 1
. iw... arf QV, QV ...N .,..f,, , . I Y w?TH V
. . . ,,., ge 1,251
aim' , f 'E
V .53 .,
gi 57, f
pf if '1
1. , 'Q
,j , 3
. I4 ,
. Ve v
, ig .
a ' ,-
., . IVV
V .,V. -
.Vg 3, L
L - ,-L' VV, - 1:5 "'PJ1.i -.ai SDE: ,fifflf -Q -, U, .
' 'V V V V' 2
QA I , , fY5,13,.,..V,Q,,w.Vi3.,V., 1- V VV., f,. I
'vffxfl f . , , ,.
V V .V V ,.
51.333 .SQ Q . , V
S..-:Vff3ff'V., 'f - fsfww' ' gf
m f A L
,. K' -A ,
xv..-VL.frQQ .9 m'ag..wVV .7-V,
-31255 fifinllv' f,ff-n3?'?1Jf'l4' :'V"1kY, ,xv
. 1 V
lxrgfwifg ,mx gm?
-' -, 'L , art" V'.5'f'f4 '
22 :M ,. 5 .1
1 3 'ri
L EM if is V' "fy fi
2, ,Q f
- ' V ,-,.,.' ,gffjffff
?Q,griZV 'ii-1:21 ,'
9 iff, jx.
uf" . w
2 V .
A f-'fa' I
5 f Y F
3 5 V' f'
5' wie, fi
. rr. ,gp 5
f '5 YW' , A' J
. . -V H, . 2
, 1 ,V?4,,ff,.,,
V- kg '
Y ,V ig-'f Q
" f, Lis'
. .gal ' -. l.w.fs'5 .
2 fp ix? f
1 , .. lf'
fd E31 3 -,gi Lfqfziaigig LM! JM? 35
ff ww V...-V., 'ygiwj .47 Jfivfyf
if 5' Q 4' cp j Aff-3 log'-
V. fa.. ,. ,. ...S 1' . if . ' 1 .2 ,Vw .fi
i ' 7.2 4' 1 Vi J ' 'gulf' V .- P' fm --4 26: 7 ill' V'
my Ve. 1' i 45- 'V-f:2e.- +2-' .V ' fa 41.3.4 V1 .V , --iff-My Isa? gg
ffm. '. " fif 1 .1-f'-ff" -'Q' V' fb. '-.iw ff' 'V xl V 4 .-ff' Jw, ,V y ,-
mfw, vfgf V Q, ,u Wife :W my ' fizfrw nf Q ff
rf. . ...f V: ".: VV1v - C91 . .VL 112,
"'J'1'2 .Jai 1 nn' . 'V' .-' --, fi. , f .J - V . -V 1 av 'T I' ,- ,, ,, , Y
..1gfQV:55V,, :gf ' ' p , ,,f4,1,,i, ,223 . ' 7 ".g 4
'Ve Ad V. , ' ,fn - 5 get gf- , 1 1
E,J1'f'f:-1f1.V?'f-F Vg-. V' -L '- 3 5" - iyw 1- f ': A"iV"iw,'5'eV'f .. . ,,
'Jw iifiiff .QT 'U' f.i"'i '4 l V L". 13. " ' if
V' iff' I Wg! ,QV-5556 . 5ff.f'5fZQ:"r.-
V?Z ..53,i. m?E-V, fa. L. Q 31 ? . Q - Lg-zgslgmggw .2 Q fgg im
,V r-' 4 1. l A 1 -'f z.. . A ':. N ff-J . '. ,ZXV - . -4' :. . , ,A .1 ' ' VC li:
'- f 2 5. .VV' .5J55, V iff vvwf' ,Q F5 -. avg
, , . , ,V . ,. . .. . ,
, . . , '92 ff. ,f 5 , MV. ,
..: 7Tq '5,gTL, fi g , ..-A 'w" 7 L .sfiw-KM girl, 1 V.-. r if ff- -ggi-gfuff ,xv JV- "
, .,,, ..., ,gig
Va V is
-2 - . Ve .1 , V-we.: " V ff VV ma' .ff ,
- , ' . X651- .V Miz , -,,- I, V 233 f " -lg gig, aff .1 v!Z1gJ,g',
iw s., Rav, ,rim '?.'y 'V F1401 3? inf'
'fmt . 1453215 . egg, iw., 49, AQ r iw gg,
at T nil 'v""" 1 X 3? Vf-fb."
-A j.. V . ,.-- .,31,,,+ 1, , ,Ml . wb- Q 51. 5 . 1 .. 7, ,, an ,, 4, , ,KT mf
' HW 'Q , ' 42 " '5fk?.5k',! ' , S.: 1-'FQ .S ap " 6: ' , ,.-- J 4" ' " ' F ff' V, 1 ,ggi ",'f-'-'EZ
si 1 325535 . Q25-g-54" Q5'4"i5'f":.'ff, ps 4 4 ' jk fi 1 ' , 4 '55
K 4 'Si' if is l ig' Q., 1 4 s JA ,V F
' fi r " . s-f ' - CH' -1 3 Wwilf- " -4:12 fi ' ' '? " 12' . 1 ' - Ki
- N ,,, ' ,, 1' , -' f,:.V',:-.K , , :Bye V- -, -11, ., -- 'H A '- qi , HV, -A-My .gegguax M.',,j,. :V
,a . " -- Jag ' args. w w. -Yi 1, 1 1-' - , H.-1945476
, . 4- -121: ' ' 5950- M , 1, 1 .4 ' V - ': f+3 5. : . 5 V :gg ' -V . 9 ,He Tu. -gr - 2
ll 4 . v 1? ,i-1.141 My
,F .. , .
157' 'Gig m-415' gr, ,es gg Q, F
gyl ' 1 1-'QS'-'li-'sv' " 5+ Q 4 fffffifl' Fly'
.Viuie-,:, I V ':1': qa,f i K . '- I. 'll-5.5 'xml .Gala 'fi -5' E
Q ragdgt ,M Qwwu, 5524 tux. vL r? ' h sy 5 fd' QV rg
E, . sf , ,I 73,1 A -Af ,-
f Q , V
5 , " , ,A . ,
.0 ' 1 f e- "' f:g if
3 " J 1 , E .5-nj, 'figs Nay 55 I KVMR dyfffffg
Aw' wr.-eif 4-5. V Hr 5+ ,L -fv rx, f-?,i7f2'Qf. -.
- .. , - i
ag? ,gt sinh.
.. . fgwiq -fm
'f, -,x1...kfk-' th? ij, ' V1.' ' '1 , V Y,V:- ' ..L,. 'rbfifi
si ,r ..- . .,. .. KQV-5: I,--.V Q., -. H :".. -.M ' -.,v: . L w-wx '1' vf, ' 1-.
'ff si b-- ' V -- 'eehki' --f Ii' 7' 'z 92' " - V--ff.V?1-is 3555. .
.aV -' '- . '1..:--,"..:..Q ff ,-1-,PJ-+::f f 9-.5-f-s.' . .1 f- ,as .. 'H'
Aga, e ag: . I iq I .. A i, bzagwak., .,... . J. 1 ,V,4.5.-- V 1 J. -.5 . 5 1 - -.,. J, L MW
- .315 . g., - 1.3. -5 .5 ., .,.. .V 3 : JL- nav. il.-5.3. -h -:,,.l l' -:fe I I Q gf. Vw, - -'V' V V :ff-. I .K
EE. ' V V ff A ., . :.5.,1a , . :,., ,4 9 ,igalgff ,f 4
,h H ,T :.,. , V V " 'a I. V ,. iv .' y, v- , fm V- S .. 1 V. V- A, , . ,:- J
'Ui' 'J Q 'Q .I ,Ve r. ,nuff J . Yr ' f-V .. W Vw ' V- df'
A -' ' 'fix JF' H, " 4 A 5 ' Wg, ' iw- M. 'W -it M
J , Q1 ,bi Qigigisg- , .,, 1 V, ,-. . D. 1
' ' ' T
'lf V fv-',2'fa . .. V My .V-. ww..
. if l J- 35: 'in k- ' PM 1 5,
. ff , . .- Y.. 1--w-Wifi." . ' '-mi 1 -: ., . .V ' .af " .1 - S. i"-rl if 1?
V vfwiisifi-HV3,.,+ ' : - ' ' 'fc S t ar., . ,
lf 23-if ' - ' X ef ' KK . 4 Jnzffj v ' 7-i?'2'J' ff? '
Y V if , "' Q ,i . -gi,
gf: - . d g fkfia-' M'
we of VV V ? Vie f A Vfffm V .W
. - A
Q wwf -v Wigan ig, VK? V .. "1 wl X , ' . .. . ' : ': - 1. - . . Eg . V .." 'NHRA , . f 1 : .af
4- -, ,ag --my " 'fig .gg J. ,..,gge-f' km P421 l j.'1..4'F , .:?'A E- - 9 ' ,B 'w gf.,-,. nfs, , .1-rays: f .Q
J,'ns'4-kg lv 4- 5 4 Mfg 555. 3. nf' ,fb
. . -- "f
,iii-Q, -9 meh, 'z-,rn .4531 by 6-.,,:g., x. ,hwy If 'f
V 1 V -- f ff. V - ' Y V. WV -gig Eg-,if:1.V49:fl ir.-fr i
...VJ 2. Q ... ...V . Vf..V..w
iw.. 'ii "' pu 1 ,gf ff, f '- we I
-.1 p. IV ll ,g ,ugh
F A we m age 11951 gm? 63- A 1-A? ,gr
.- wf ff- - . , . - 'g.f-grygi'-fbagrgfkgzv--'fs
. 5, J Va-34-Q45 gi 'M ,H
I lv: Na. giwrlfg, 4 29
. .gl ,L Y Q .. K ,s yt. .ELET 'Zi,4.,,,,. ,V
225' ,431-4.' 1 Q 'I-Jlffiq, tel 'X ' P , ijt,-V,g Q ' , I
V. V .4 I gp, ' 1 ' 'EQ X , -' -. -
.. lj..- -. .. V sep .-.,-,..VV-. V . . .' ,- .ff 15.5. Q ..--:R-:fa V ,M .?"V',,- ,. 49
'AJ- ' ' ii ' .ah-. " Y- " .,:Vf-f- V ' . -'
ya ,Sh : " 'a Grp' ' 1' A-'i .-.V .aw - .25 1 - V Vt - 'fsff Fil-iii? i456-xqA:ig?gieGf':-a if A-'
, V:-1 ' ' ff . f V. 3
'V 1 J' 'H VHFXJ1 :J J' . PP' fV+ ff.
9- 3- Q 'N V 4-it ' 9 'f 3.1, 1 V 1
M if V 'K VV W " .V V' ffm 'f' if
'. r L . f V 'ii' V-f . swlvgffgif V
1 V' P if 1 ' g .sf f
,.,..,i -V Y 1, 4 55 eggya heggw .
It . -..:a1-Haw.-,-. ', S fi? -- ':'i13'fE-f 'I NA' Z ' "HI -- -. ln 51' " 1" f -'i T If f'v'?' 'iii-IW.. -6 ' '
- 4' .- Vw- ..- V. . -fa.. -VV -' -J .49.,:.f. ' i
mf'6:f?V"r5L7X'-V--:Ji-'f.him-V .1 M. -a 4: 3 -' V.. .Q . -' '1 ' . f S we : . 'F' -'Es'
AJ F x. gf 2'2.2f4.fw5 " gg .1 K Q? 4f,gf.s1L .V 4?
ir V.-, V fxnzgg Q V. Fi, , it-Q Y '.- .
3? 1- ' 1 Qi
-+.,,-.,. A 4-v -24492 .gm-f',.:: 1 f ..w,,l?e" -1, , Q ' ',,5-6219 'xv' ': .F in
"-1 55 2? ,
...f 'M a-vig'-.-.2 Q,5:g1514s,f, ..,..aaV2V9.V- -5-mf. fc-mp,f.,,, -WW. Vu-V ei' -.,.,.-Pu. My.. -gf.-,.M.,, V. . g
. -' , -JV.. ja J? was
' ' .' V V. -"' -' " .e y " ze,
- r, .- . V 2 V.-1.-.V,.,'l1-.,-as - 42--me .-new if mg rffaf- V- MQ:
ff?'J-ii?45"f,zzf 1 'w5GV:va'- VV- '93 'ffpeiig-.5 -.P-,wa -Valgwifww ..--eJY!'f-- M- 'f'54J-f"'?' FQHW
3 , ,
1.2 1 Li' '?"' -.--, .,'.,,,f:1g" . 1' as Q -3 34' .f-'Q "9 -" bf.. ,g'!'fs--::..-'- .-:gnc--gg::f'?5, 5-Q '- x M" :-A - 3 'J
1V25f.?',VfQ...:fgp1:'p Q' 1 1 16522 ci M 1. Q' 5
'V - " ' -
" . . -
- I -we . 55.33.355 5 gg-.549n.,gH5,VQ..,m,1fA.1Q?y?g-,iii ,XV I .VV .,
.V 5-A r.
2 giimi, 1 V
.. .- ". - '
X ,. 0. l .3 . .
L , " Q : , A I '
QW' 5: V ' I ':"'h :gg X J.
--,.,.VsVf- M Wag A . V .1,,. . - M- Q
f-51,3 Wan ,,, V ,.qe,,qqy' :G wx . .' ' 5 J. .
Q '. . . X V V. ., . ' -Nha V4-V ' i 'bf'
g1?,3gg,.,-:sw 'gg "',,q,, - W z, il, QF. fi' .
V I.. LV VV ' ,,,V, -5, s: , f
.W NJ, x,.V,...-,.--Mg -. g gg it ' -fa, 'wr -V...
,+vfV,.,, . V, ,V V, v V 4 V N, .
' -75' . "1 K .1 L--.2',?g F-:"?'W'.5'??' ""f"'R" '+' l ' ' '
V ,- 1 .V -him p f- .VE 'V Qs.. . i
X5'lWR 1 H ' , X 955-L, ig:,..,,'-','!,13'p4' Q B3 .4 ., . 1, VY. V .
ff" . V VV - :S ' ., V -
. , rf.. ", 529. -'. T.. - ' ' . ', . .V J V 'Q k.m.vt.-af . V '
w f' 'sf-'VQW JTTQGH. , 7 4 .V - f Wqil' " "SV N. ' VVYSK V. '
,AVSQA U.Vg?,?:51i?kv H U V-1 ,- QVW , , .ua 1. ,iq . .
1f"VL 5 .vsf-V 2 , . ' V Q 4- K , , ' .., ,,
a2?V.wng'.V+' i' 9 'Q' ag,-V: ,- R-Vg. . me
'- "' + if 2 V fy' ' . ff" V"735gg1" "1 ' Nd ' G,
xliiigngg-+Yi?x?,eV.:i1:Q4 'NL' 'W x gy I A' 'X' if M 1 V 1363 '
,.- 3, "Vfl"rl "e l V' ' .i VN '31, t1..'V. ,VVQKQH , P'-f l
. . . . - , .. S-.Y 1- 2 .,.VV
. . 1
Andrews High School
Taylor Publishing Co.
CNY L' WT SchooI's history written
A with county's prosperity
As the history of Andrews County led to prosperity, so
did the school's. In 1876, the state legislature passed an
act that created Andrews County--and 54 others--from land
previously part of Bexar County. Like many other West
Texas towns, Andrews had its beginning in the days of the
untamed West. Commanche Indians ruled the Andrews
County area for more than 400 years, successfuly repelling
invaders until about 1845 when Texas became a member of
The land from which Andrews County was carved was
not explored in detail until 1875 when Col. William Rufus
Shafter, operating from Fort Concho near San Angelo, made
the exploration. An 840-mile march, led by Shafter, proved
that the country around Andrews was not absolutely devoid
of water. The new county was named Andrews to honor
Richard Andrews, the first Texan to fall in the war for Texas
Independence from Mexico.
Formal education was non-existent in the county until
about 1907, and at this time, the first county school was
organized at Whalen Lake, another salt la.ke near Shafter.
From this meager beginning the school district has evolved
into a complex system with a 32.5 million carpeted high
school which is listed among the nation's top five schools
As the search for water brought about the "discovery"
of the county and the discovery of oil brought about its
prosperity, the county gained momentum financially and
educationally. With this colorful history in mind, the
Mustang is offered to its readers as ahistorical marker for the
school year 1967-68.
Athletics . Q t
Classes . . ..
was . . wy-
New wing, vocational building bring cost
of high school complex to S3 million
. D ,
W A - -
Er n - . . . . - "'
lp. a I .-,
""" .ff in
'. 11, '
. A 'N in
ou c g ..
send .ac-sf f in Ig V,-,Q
U lm '
A A Y ' ' T A
QSM A, K. M Q, H
MN. gl, F V lgxkba ft,
, wa Q A M! -
. N5 M' L .x
-n. ' A- K' eww
'Mx ,,,,, , ,.,, Ig
u Q In
. x A F
.K , f H ., ,ff 3 my
1 V4 'Q
f 1, I K '
, " f
S. ' , T 11 ' Qwv3,,
, I Q Q N., ig.,1,,X, Y
s.. 1' h '-ig, 'lx , A --
.4 W4 1-an
e WNW w
M W Www
X 1 x
New vocational department makes available
five areas of training, practical experience
Verlon Ward, junior, writes down a pa1'12S number.
He works in the parts department at Noble Olds-
mobile. A11 D.E. students work on approved train-
ing stations at least 15 hours per week in the fields
of wholesaling, retailing and service selling.
- f-,,5-v"-- 'f
students train, learn
at approved stations
Tony Wright, senior, marks prices at Piggly Wig-
gly's. A student wishing to enter distributive edu-
cation must be at least 16 years old and a junior or
senior. They attend one hour of class instruction
in D.E. and are released from school after fourth
period to work.
2529. -fjfrsff,ffimff5mi'1?S!M ??M?'fH1Kfr' x ...,. -mfr elwifsfs"'1frfI?'M" "" ,fr ...pr -w1.e,,:- .f,zfz,:fsf ..r:,::f..- we-qs. Vsrffm- -,-fm., use ,f-:mf ww:,1:,,. -fm I-,:,, ww-fp. 1
Charles Wilson, junior, repairs an adding Senior Lonnie Upton welds fire tubing to put in
machine at Andrews Office Supply. Under heater treaters at Mustang Welding. During their
this plan, juniors and seniors work in their employment time, students are under the super-
chosen occupations for one-half day and vision of both the school and the employer. Both
attend school one-half day over a period agencies contribute to the training program.
of two school years.
prepare for s1'o1'e
... .......-1 Barbara Dockall prepares her mannequin for district
K H I 1 h competition. In Cosmetology, a course for juniors and
aren s t . . . . . .
, an on Pu S pl? cur S OH W at seniors, girls receive training rn the over-all study of
will be a curly head in the future.
beauty culture .
Barbara Jackson puts into
practice class lectures and
demonstrations by giving
Peggy Pryor a manicure.
Building trades teaches
all facets of construction
In building trades boys must be a junior or senior and
plan to enter the building industry. For three hours a day,
students learn all phases of the building industry by doing.
This year students could take the three-hour course either
in the morning or afternoon. Due to the newness of the
vocational department, the instructor Mr. Willis also acted
as the 'first building trades' sponsor. He is providing the
materials for this modern home on Boys' Lane.
K e 5 4, 3
z: 1 k g- A ' .U fg
, :fax Q.-, . ,ff x zwnvgg fj .
. . 4.2 ,.
f j1E.:sj.: e: ef 5- .
L' 5 za X '
. Q i W. f
D .. x
I X Ira www 'F
Q Q X X1 S' gf' fag X ig.
Uvifw Aff ' . b-,Q 1 Hay fgfx
T , I xfvij, ' f 3? .mfg we
if ik Q
.5 . A, , 1 V 5 ix X
Q, . , mf' iffy,
1 4 4. Q Qi Q
a if xt? 5 Y 5'
Y My 1 :X
A 'ik N
59? 1, ak
.. WM 'Q w
W I X gs
Q 4 gg 5 Q
Qj' 4 ' "
" ' ' . .M s
f A 'X X '
. H1 ' Q 1. xx
Q. 3 4' 5 v 3 K-V 1 1 '
K W - g D 1 ,, 1 " AM .5 A. W-:jail
, N fn: QXMJS -
. , x I ' ff - in .
, 5' X
Blizzarcls half school twice: two days lost
Mini-skirts . .
. . . wild
-5:5:-,,, , -
hair . .
Boys go Mod, foo
3 5' . it
iv I . 1, K
ii Q K -
- M? Q
wi K ,i 1 !
X, A 1
if 3 l
, x ,
gag , Y
I V, 1
M sqgw 15 7-ik" x
...U , 4
rl' 3 Q52-mv
C. E, Ogden No, 1 Qfar lefty, producing
200 barrels a day, was brought in Dec. 1929,
by Deep Rock Oil Co. This is the Andrews
County discovery well and first of 730 wells in
Fuhrman-Masco Oil Field. Bought Feb. 1932,
by Tripplehorn Brothers of Ft. Worth, it has now
pumped for more than 35 years.
,Since 1956, Andrews has been top produc-
ing county in Texas. In 1958 there were two
wells producing for every student enrolled in
the schools. By 1960, it was nearing three per
A state historical marker on a derrick
marks the turnoff to the site ofthe first well
on the Eunice highway.
Beat Kermit Week climaxed by bonfire,
This Yellowjacket, created by the Art Club, was doomed
by the student body. Black 'n' Gold Day was ended by the
first district pep rally.
Varsity cheerleaders Pam Six,
Rusty Rex, Susan Allen, Janis
Payne and Sara Rogers headed
Mustang backers at the bon-
fire to boost school spirit be-
fore the Kermit game.
Highlighting the evening was the
crowning of Janis Payne, junior,
as homecoming queen. She was
escorted by Brodie Hutchinson, Jr.
Miss Payne crowned
Senior attendant, Debbie Hutche-
son Qleftj, makes her way to the
center ofthe field with her escort
Gordon Ramsey. Sherry Kay
Austin, senior fabovej, awaits her
escort Roy Carter before the crown-
wt XX ff ,V .
I x If 1 y
Sharene Shackelford and Paula Middleton
helped to poost school spirit with their
homeroom entry in the homecoming
parade. This box full of Panthers repre-
sented Mrs. Rogers' homeroom.
"Can the Panthers", by
the senior class, won first
place in the float contest
Senior class manufactures
winning homecoming float
W , New ns ,nn
sponsored by the Student
l - ',.
greeted the spec-
tators along the
Tle most unlque car was the one created by the DECA Club. It was converted
Kay Grissom, senior candidate fabovej, was Voted Halloween queen by the student body. Her attend-
ants were Billie Guest, junior fl. to r. , belowj, Kathleen McCaskill, sophomore, and Arleene McCul-
Halloween carnival attracts capacity crowd
Bell take aim at the
Alley", a dart throw
of a select group of
benror Ruth Rerd lll charge ofthe DECA clubs' "Putt of Gold", keeps
an cyc on Matt Ramsey s putt Junror hrgh students swelled the
attendance to a record brcalung number srnce they had no carnival
etn i l f '
. . . ' ... ww'
Bill Russell and Gary Rogers provided their rendition of "Twister" during Mr
Russell's homeroom Christmas party.
Freshmen score number
one in canned food drive
Rodney Cavett, Buffy Hutcheson, class
president, and Ginger Whitehead, fresh-
men, examine contenm of their c1ass's
box Beating all the other classes the
Freshmen fl. to r.j, Allan Heronema,
Robert Thompson, Belinda Batchelor,
Beverly Lee and Debbie Baker enjoy the
17-foot tree provided and decorated by the
by .,,,, H . ,
, W freshmen contributed 133 cans to the Good-
f fellow food drive.
Feb, 13 caught many sophomores engulfed in Valentine
sentiments. Susan Morgan and Frank Price sorted and
prepared carnations for delivery While others wrote
sentiments and practiced their singing telegrams. At
left, rehearsal pays off as Ginger Hutson, Nancy Swift
and Debbie Wright deliver a medley of love tLl1'l6S.
Sophomores double for Cupid on Valentine'
Jamie Wilkins looks on wist-
fully as Cathy Rogers receives
a variety of carnations from
Neither rain nor sleet nor snow could deter the sophomore postmen - even
a distance as far as the vocational building. Vicki Warren delivers a
sealed sentiment to a happy Carl Rodgers.
Thespians say, "You Can'f Take I1' Wl1'h You
Penny Uilaine Ellingerj is
quite dismayed upon discover-
ing Donald fPaul Pinnellj has
never been within the walls of
a monastery. Donald is the
Essie fSandra Heltonj, an aspiring ballerina talks excitedly to Grandpa
after coming home. Paul attempts to read the evening paper as Alice
CCathy Willisj is amused with the arguing pair
Mr. DePinna CDee Lucadoj reveals hrs newest skyrocket to Paul fTommy
Jacksony, the husband of the madcap household The greater part of Mr
DePinna's time and effort are spent in the basement lab that later blows
Thinking she is intro-
ducing her daughters
boyfriend, Penny pre-
sents Mr. Henderson
Uohn Bumpersj to the
family. Mr. Hender-
son is actually the
Internal Revenue man
who has come to
fLarry Elkinsj 36 years
Juniors pool effol
lannifer Cooper, Sally Woullard, Billy Tune, Mike Bryan
and Danny Ward puzzle over the problem of how to brace a
lantern spout. The Derby Hatvilles completed the magic
Brad Young and lim Hankins took the responsi- of the evening performing from an enormous golden Alad-
bility of making the dome covering secure. din's Lamp.
The simulated sheik's desert palace created a
setting of unusual color.
Marcia Eliasen puts a few final touches on a not so an-
cient piece of Arabic pottery as Kathie Taylor and Lena
Morgan look on. The vases greeted guests with burning
L. I. Turner, Robert White, Verlon Ward,
Bruce Dortch, Mike Weaver and Roger
Hughes listen attentively as John Parish ex-
plains how construction of the entrance
should be carried out.
While juniors were engulfed in prom decorations, seniors
were preparing for the traditional water balloon fight. Terry
Niblett and David Ellison flefty got an early start on laying
in supplies. Monty Couch fabovej heads out again during
the fray with a new supply.
Tradition dictates senior balloon victory
Seniors Rusty Rex and Terry Browning fleftj
stock up at the last minute just before juniors
begin to arrive. Marvin Cowart Cabovej ob-
serves a skirmish between Norman Houston and
junior Sammy Graham.
'Arabian Nights' setting for prom, banquet
Dug Belcher, senior class president, gives his reply to th
class welcome presented by Mark Bader.
Elected earlier, the winners were named at the
beginning of the prom. Pam Six and Ricky
Laminack reigned as Belle and Beau.
Slave Morris Sanders stands firm guard over the sheik
sudan chair. Sophomore slaves provided the final
colorful touches to the banquet.
Roast of camel was served as the main course.
Accompanying herself on guitar. Callen Walter from
Texas Tech entertained during the banquet with a series
of folk songs. Over 450 people attended the banquet.
Events of all-night party
close activities of prom
Jack May and Sheila Lanier get
into the swing of things with music
by the Derby Hatvilles. From
Lubbock, the Derby Hatvilles pro-
vided music for the prom.
"M, ,,tty ,nj
Larry Moore and Susan Craig took advantage of
refreshments provided by parents. Delores Luna
seems satisfied just to enjoy the sound of the
The Traveling Salesmen from Lubbock
busied youth from 1:00 to 5:00 a.m. fol-
lowing the prom.
Bobby Atchinson switched in as
second lead singer for his older
brother Dan. The Traveling Sales-
men were organized and headed by
Beard winners fabovej during one
lunch period judging include Rusty
Rex fl to rj, Rick Perez, Clint
Tumlinson and Terry Browning.
Charlie George fleftj waits for the
starting signal in a cigarette roll-
Cowgirls were given a chance to
show their roping ability. Ropers
are Marion Young fl to rj Mary
Ann Jackson and Billie Dell Guest.
Jerry Yarbrough and Alana Foster
frightj watch the proceedings.
Annie Oakleys plentiful
on Western Day
An actual hanging took place
when seniors swung freshman Bill
Allbright up to the rafters. Ricky
Laminack Crightj strings the noose.
Mrs. Rogers gives Tum1inson's
beard the touch-test as Brownir1g's
growth waits to be judged.
f:w55g:ggw:fy . 1
Q, :,Wr-- '
Sadie Hawkins sets mode for TWIRP Week
Kathe Millican adjusts the winning corsage worn by
Mike Weaver. The corsage was placed first in the
"prettiest" category. During the first TWIRP Week
girls also exhibited their talent in making beat
ribbons and their skill in tying ties. Steve Bales
and Mike Winfield fbelowj exhibit TWIRP ties.
Cathy Rogers had a little trouble in
locating Mark Bader's mouth in the
pudding feeding contest, a new inno-
vation thissyear. Removing the results
of a few bad shots fbelowj, Randy
Griffith and Billy Kay clean up after
,,3l...t, - 'f-is:,i I . ,ifi.sfr nl if'
After a year's recess, the Turtle Derby was re-established this year. Mrs. Brown's homeroom secured a local turtle,
llenry the Eighth, after a mixup in turtle orders. Henry took first place.
Henry the VIII nubs first in Turtle Derby
Paul Pinnell readies a group of eager con-
testants for one ofthe preliminary races.
Freshman Terry Leatherwood and Carroll Dering-
ton cart Coach Conner's homeroom turtle into
Basketball, track, baseball queens elected
Two girls shared the honor of
reigning as basketball queen.
Queens Pam Six and Linda
Rowlett were attended by jun-
ior Ian Coleman and senior
Closing sports queen
elections, Miss Judy
Gantt, with Ruth Reid
and Linda Rogers as her
court, was selected
Mr. Robertson fabovej, Art Club sponsor, paints a model
To raise money for the patio fund, the Art Club provided
knee paintings for the student body. Cindy Horton
frightj was the winner of the most bow-legged girl con-
test first hour. On her left is Belinda Burnett.
Shorts day dominated by knee paintings
Johnny Hatcher Qbelowj, first hour's hairiest legs
and Jim Stone strayed from the general practice
of knee paintings.
Tony Brown fl to r J Sunny Smith Cathy Bode Sheila
Lanier and Linda Hamilton display a variety of decorative
Mrs. Belcher's home
room freshman class
brought to A, H, S.
the popular Rowan
and Martin's "Laugh
Seven entries entertain during talent show
Freshman Judy McMurry,
fleftj gives her imitation
of Lady Bird during a
man" in the street inter-
Richard Baird Qrightj,
exhibited his skill at
fiddling during the talent
show. Dick played
"Orange Blossom Special
and "Boil Them Cabbage
De Lane Bearden announces to citizen Bobby Mathews,
"Vote for John. " The Roman Fountain skit was a pro-
motional stunt for John Parish, who was elected presi-
dent in later voting.
Campaigning for Brad Noble fbelowj, candidate for
council president, Earlene Broyles, Cathy Balkum,
Sandy l-lulen, Marcia Eliasen, Elaine Ellinger and Dick
Baird sang a special campaign song, "Brad Noble should
be president of council. "
Council election skits boost campaign efforts
Giving a yell for Keith Clanahan fabovej, Gary
Cox, Ron Leach, Buffy Hutcheson, Steve Harrelson
and Danny Browning end their routine by hurling
gum into the bleachers. Keith was elected vice
president for the following year.
After Shelton Smith Qrightj, a third candidate for
president, completed his campaign speech, Steve
Hays tossed gum to the student body.
Meanesf, Cutesf boost M
5 "s k '
BILL ALLBRIGHT LINDA HAMILTON
RUTH REID CLIFFEN FRUGE
single day trip
at Six Flags
Escaplng the heat of the day fabovej Lo1s Ulmer
and Pam Plunkett enjoy the Ice Cream Parlor
Pam Sn and Rlcky Lanunack f1nd a rare mrnute of
peace and qu1et durlng the senlor tr1p to Src Flags
Kay Grrssom Terry Nlbblett and Terry Brownlng
flower Lefty walt for the Sky Hook to start 1tS ascent
Sen1or tr1p sponsors fbelowj Mrs Knrght Mrs
Underwood Mr Hardlng Mlss Tlnsley and Mr
Reynolds dec1de to Sll one out after a full day s
hlde and see wlth the senrors
1 - r -
, . , .
. . ,
. A Wg' 1
. I '
4,3 , .,,, L
party end it
all for seniors
Wayne Rucker, senior, and Carol Fee,
sophomore, dance at the all-night
party given for the seniois at the Com-
Jerry Ryan and Ruith Reid, seniors
enjoy the music of Strickly Sos at
the all-night affair which cli-
maxed at four with a breakfast.
4 'xy v' '
, Ni, A ' ,A
A is , K t
- .. ew' 'W a
"' b . x ' x
, 1. Q 5 L FA m
S' 5' I" V f
. X, I ,
f 1 ,
f gg 4,
NR-My cgi ,-
xwlvm-wfnmwqm 72'-vvrlfkm qnmfi
M Q Q,
X v 1
""'i.J' ,g ., 4fffi1ra-1-. qzsff- Q 44.1. A. 'V
N 1 -
s .4 .. ,
1 . f f
, -' s l i
711: US" K
5 ,sis tif-sv -
A ,. ,X
1 hs ..
rs ,L V?
A .5435 s kr
ig s-ixk :QE
V., ,X.. ez, f
it ,,!1L, ,,., '-
ne- 'rrelfwre w
5 was .1 its
V-as at .
. 1 'Yi W "
.,E..s3 : fr E,
g.::':fg.r 1 .
H1 r aft is
' .. - jr
e K, C
,L,L s g
he ., ff- ,Q
, sr, ,.y:W
-vs ' M faeg .ft
s- L-'- fsiafft
S " sf
R ,, 'I
tm - L
One of the first industries started tn the
county was the cattle industry, and barbed
wire fences were erected to keep the anlmals
from drifting to "Hell and Amarillo.
revealed '68 class
Who's Who in
Who's Who in
, Q Q
?l?Q mA f9?t?Bifn,
LOUIE RAMIREZ BRAD YOUNG
Teachers select Top student
Social Studies Eflgliiih
JUDY GANTT SUSAN CRAIG
N--M.. , . I """--S...Nns- - .
KENNY I-IERONEMA MARGARET CLEMENTS BENNY RENFRO KENNETH THOMPSON
Industrial Arts Homemaking Day Trades Industrial Cooperative Training
for departmental Who s W o
Business Yearbook Newspaper
LAIUAN SEAL DON INGRAM JANNETTE BECK
I . i
1 W balm In an V, A .
KAY GRISSOM JERRY YARBROUGH
Choir Industrial Arts
SALLY WOULLARD CATHY MOXLEY
i '4 Q E
Senior recipients are Delores Pipkin, Cathy Moxley, Juniors are Wayne Harrison ,. John Tilly, Billy Tune
Pam Plunkett, Linda Greaves, Donnita Clay, Wayne Steve Rose, Mark Bader, Jeanne Headrick, Billie
Hibbs and Kay Grissom. Smith and Sandi Hulen.
46 students receive academic award for
Each year an academic award is presented to
Other juniors are Peggy Riemenschneider, Anita
Voorhies, Anita Hamilton, Sally Woullard, Patsy
Shoffit, Patsy Thrasher, Linda Watson and Carolyn
any student taking at least three solids who main-
tains an overall average of 90 or above for the first
five six week periods in each of his subjects. Choir
band, P,E. and assistantship grades are not included
in this average.
The seniors choose between sweaters, jackets
or blankets, the juniors and sophomores receive
sweaters or jackets, the freshmen, sweaters.
Freshman prize holders are John
Clark, Billy Kay, Shirley Cooper
Gwen Lowrance, Iudy Mclvlurry,
Deborah Smith, Steve Roper and
Him L, Other sophomores are Ruth Strickland, Sheila
M Lanier Pam Piper, Keith Clanahan, Barbara
Jones and Pam Garrison.
honor top students
One of the highest awards earned in Andrews High
School is the Golden Horseshoe Award. To qualify for
the award, students must participate in school activities,
be friendly, respect the rights of others, take school
work seriously, accept responsibility, be honest, adhere
to Christian principles, have a healthy attitude toward
life and be loyal to the school.
A committee of five selects the award winner. lt
consists'of two teachers, two Student Council represent-
atives and the person who received the award the pre-
Judy Gantt, September's recipient, has served on
the Student Council for four years. As a four-year mem
ber of the Art Club, she served as president two years.
Of her three years playing tennis she won district champ-
ionship her freshman and junior years as a member of
girls' doubles. She was class vice president three years,
National Honor Society secretary, Social Studies Club
secretary and academic award winner.
The October winner, Louie Ramirez, is the only
person in AHS to participate as a contestant in math at
the State meet as a freshman. In 1966 and 1967, he
was state champion in number sense while in 1965 he
was third at state. As a sophomore, he served on the
Student Council. He is a three-year member. of the
Math Club and also belongs to the Spanish Club and
FTA. He belonged to the band his freshman and sopho
Donnita Clay, November's honoree, is a member
of the National Honor Society. She is a four-year
veteran of Girls Choir and A Cappella Choir in which
she is a section leader. As a junior, she received an
academic award, was named Meanest Little Girl and
belonged to the Latin Club and FTA. Her sophomore
year she was a member of the Spirit Guard. Donnita
edited the honors section of the Mustang yearbook and
was homeroom president her senior year.
Cathy Moxley, December's winner, has been a
member of the Spanish Club for two years, FTA, Liter-
ary Club and Allied Youth. Cathy has excelled in
A Cappella Choir of which she has been a member all
of her four years in high school. She made all-region
choir four years and advanced to all-state choir her sen-
ior year. She belonged to the National Honor Society
her junior and senior years where she served as treasurer,
January's prize holder, Margaret Watson, served
her sophomore class as B-team cheerleader and class
vice president. As a junior, she was class vice president
and a Student Council representative. She was elected
into the National Honor Society her junior year and she
also became a member of the A Cappella Choir. l-ler
junior and senior years she belonged to the French Club
and FTA. She received the honor of Who 's Who in
citizenship her senior year.
February's recipient, Susan Allen, has been a
cheerleader all of her four years in high school. Her
senior year has been filled with activities in FTA, Allied
Youth, Literary and French Clubs. In her senior year
she was secretary of the Student Council, basketball
queen attendant, member of A Cappella Choir and one
of the five Mustang Beauty candidates. She was presi-
dent of Girls Choir her junior year.
- .iifa!Z1,.. L- . -uf, ...fig , , . V
Linda Greaves, March's honoree, has served on the
Student Council three years. She became a member of
the National Thespian Society her freshman year and
was vice president her junior year. She belonged to the
Spanish Club and FTA of which she was secretary and
vice president respectively. Her senior year she was
the senior class secretary, a member of the National
Honor Society and an academic award winner. She was
active in persuasive speaking her freshman through jun-
ior years, lettering her third year. As a senior debater
she and her partner won the state title.
wg ' ' Rf A " r
Ricky Laminack, April's prize holder, was Who's
Who in leadership his senior year. As a senior he also
belonged to the National Honor'Soeiety, Mustangers
and was voted Beau of the junior-senior prom. He
served as president of the Literary Club and vice presi-
dent of the French Club his senior year. I-Ie played
basketball four years, and as a senior player he earned
several honors - all-district, all-regional tournament
and All-West Texas academic team. He was also a
debater four years. Serving as debate captain his junior
and senior years, he and his partner placed second in
The last winner, Debbie Hutcheson served as presi-
dent of the Student Council her senior year and repre-
sentative her previous high school years. Playing tennis
four years in high school, she and her partner were dis-
trict doubles champs her junior year. She was drum
major the fourth year of her four years in band. Her
junior year she was class favorite and Halloween queen.
She was named Who's Who in leadership her senior year
and was also football queen attendant. She served her
class as vice president her freshman year and class
secretary her sophomore and junior years. She was a
member oi thc orchestra for four years. Iler junior and
senior years she was a Candy Striper acting as president
her senior year.
RU DI NELSON
CANDY HUTC HE 'ON
Miss Six has led Mustang spirit for
four years as a cheerleader. She has repre-
sented her class four years on the Student
Council. As a senior she was basketball
queen, belle ofthe prom, choir sweet-
heart and class vice president. For four
years she has been active in Girls Choir
and A Cappella Choir of which she has
served on the council and as vice president
Pam's senior year in choir was topped by
her making the all-region and all-state
choirs. She has been a member of the
Girls Trio for three years. The various
clubs to which she has belonged include
Allied Youth, FTA, French Club and the
Belletristic Society. Her sophomore year
she was a Halloween queen candidateg her
junior year, Friendliest Girlg her freshman
and senior years, class favorite.
Rusty Rex has served as a cheerleader
since his sophomore year and led the varsity
squad his senior year. He participated in
baseball four years and lettered the fourth
year. For four years he has belonged to
the Spanish Club holding the office of vice
president his fourth year. He also presided
over the newly formed Social Studies Club
as president. As a senior, members of the
Key Club added him to their roll. Rusty
has also been a member of Allied Youth,
FTA, National Thespians Society and the
Belletristic Society. He was honored his
junior year by becoming a member of the
National Honor Society. The student body
voted him as having the best personality
his senior year.
Mugfang Beaufg Mfg Chewy! Peafcg
Don Meredith selects Mustang Beauty
UHHQWQ-up Qaffa Rogers Kay Grfrgom llfgngy QWW Qyggn Affen
James King, Randy
Miller, Monty Webb
Cathy Willis, Hugh
McDowell, Ken Wie
ser, Pam Six, Kay
Grissom, Becky Kel-
lum and Cathy Mox-
Record number of four make all-state
HUGH MC DOWELL
Members ofthe all-district band are
Iohnny Krachla, French horng Patsy
Thrasher, clarinetg Carolyn Little,
cornetg and David Brenholtz, bassoon
Alternates to the all-district band in-
clude Wesley Sherman, tympanyg
Debbie Taylor, oboeg and Billy Tune,
Roberson sets record
of store UIL meet
In boys debate Ricky Laminack, senior, and Shelton
Smith, junior, placed first in district and regional
and second in state.
Seniors Linda Greaves and Linda Rowlett, girls de-
baters, won a first in' district, regional and state
Louie Ramirez placed first in number
sense in district, regional and state
competition to make it three years in
Ford Roberson, junior, earned a
first in slide rule in district, region-
al and state, breaking the state
Senior Lynda Bray received a first
rating in district and a second in
regional in persuasive speaking.
John Tilly, junior, placed second
in district and advanced as far as
regional in science competition.
Ian Fisher, freshman, placed first
in prose reading in district and
regional competition. She finished
fourth in state.
In slide rule, Patsy Shoffit, junior,
took second in district, first in
regional and fourth in state.
Junior Susan Elam and
freshman Judy McMurry
ranked first in district in
spelling, the only compe-
tition foi' :pellets .
Sandra Helton, senior, earned firsts
in district and regional and a third
in state in informative speaking.
z ,u,. .
1 . . "Xp, . ,
Ji ' ,W A ' ' . . - '
'I',1' ff' I V .,.. ' ' ,,
,Y:.4, ,,,a.w.,,,, as .1 1. A K x I
'Q -ww, " 'Neff' .ia . '
1 1. .
"5 H 44, ti Q , -. gg.: - ...-
4 .wo fu., my-w , ' 1 ,, ,
4-f"'r'k x . 'A -Q
N' ' 4f"'f' . - 'ps 4
' .'.!'9'+' ,--rr.,, . W -Q, '
MXH-p., W. ' AQ W' f '
' ' :'gnf.A'A 4,1-. . -.J 4,
'Q' "-Q--A 'Tk fr, M,
'T-+9-4 ' KW!" '
1' 'T Tl-
ww., .. .. .
. M .,.4 w-W., wwf.
'f ,' f'2?!'N2 '- n 4 . ,
"- ' uh 'gig '
fyr, by X- im . ,V ,
, kg .. ,-
,.. . H' MM-Q w f'0ar-
, wma. , " ,' V' " -- 'YJ ' . '
,W Mfge. wr my A WNV , . -WHA' f :J L.., .f
'f-, f,f,, , 'f-Lf. ,- 'A' 'k 'gf
. , '- Q 1 F' ' 4
N., - ,liz .-fsfg.'1 . ' 1' ,
ML 'rin " , X , . A M.
H , ,..,.,A,,Q,,,-n , ' V W' ' M V'--'if'
-Qu '-""Y-S391 ' -' " . ad? "7"",-V,
.. " Eg W " -
uf! f"',.q Q... xl. I t,,,VhAl-.twwdl
4 .- iyvmb K 'A . 1 , xg., Sf-
,4v', N. V, ,.,b, 'V
.a.Fv'wT W .. .t 1 f 1
H rx 'Z
W V, 3 , ,
N, A if fn'
k'Afx2'7v,, 1, .N t W 1 .5
5, p h yfvf, , .,,. A is V u
Prior to the organization of the county in
1910, an election was held to determine whether
Shaftet Lake, which had a larger population,
or Andrews would be: county seat. Andrews
became county seat by the narrowest margin.
In 1910 some 500 people and a number of
houses and businesses were situated at Shafter
and the residents nursed dreams of a railroad
and a University. However, the city began to
fade after Andrews became county seat--slowly
Prominent markers of the area include the
original townsite qfar lefty, Shafter cemetery
and what has become known as the "Irwin
home," built in 1908 by R. W. Crowley of Ft.
Worth for his son who was a commission cattle
In April of 1963 Ralph Yarbrough, U.S,
senator of Texas, visited the house and pre-
sented the late Mrs. Hunter Irwin with amedal-
lion which signifies it as a Texas Historical
Hugh Mc Dowell
National Honor Society publishes directory
FIRST ROW: Cathy Moxley, treasurerg
Melanie Hardin, reporterg and Judy Gantt
secretary. SECOND ROW: Mike Rogers,
vice presidentg Miss Tinsley, sponsorg and
Tim Pearson, president.
Bobbie Kay Martin
il competes for presiden
Throughout the year the Student Council worked
to promote understanding between the faculty and
the student body. As a council, the members trav-
eled to a statewide convention in San Antonio where
they ran for president. The Council hosted the West
Texas Forum which was a meeting ofthe West
Texas area councils.
The school activities, which included TWIRP
Week, Turtle Derby, Western Day, Bermuda Shorts
Day and the March of Dimes drive, were coordi-
nated by the student government. Long-range
planning resulted in beginning activities toward
designing and landscaping the patio area.
Student Council officers: Shelton Smith, vice
president, Deborah Hutcheson, president, and
Susan Allen, secretary.
Senior class representatives: Margaret Watson, Linda Greaves, Judy Gantt
and Pam Six. SECOND ROW: Larry Hutson, Miss Harding, sponsor, and
t state convention: plans for patio underway
The Student Council worked diligently but
failed to win the presidency of the Texas Associa-
tion of Student Councils KTASCJ at the state con-
vention held in San Antonio April 4-6.
Attending the meeting were Debbie Hutcheson,
presidentg Susan Allen, secretary, Shelton Smith,
vice presidentg and Brodie Hutchinson, junior class
Council representative .
Sophomore class representatives FIRST ROW: lody
Yancy, Carol Fee and Kathleen McCaskill. SEC-
OND ROW: Cathy Ervin, Paul Pinnell and Rudi
N Freshman class representatives FIRST ROW: Linda
Rogers, Cathy Rogers and Jan Fisher. SECOND ROW:
Stanley Scott, Dana Hays and Buffy Hutcheson.
Future Nurses devote time to local hospital
FIRST ROW Judy Trptou Barbara Baucom Belruda Batchelor Scarlett Cummrns and Jams Prnkston SECOND
ROW Mrs Luper Pam Couch Llnda Mathrs Pat Krmberlrn and Mary Mrreles THIRD ROW Drarre Moore Mary
Cornejo Betty Davrs Beverly Murphree Joyce Hoffman and Debby Carter
Future Nurses officers: Linda Bromley, vice presi-
dent: Myra Pierce, president: and Patti Kay, parlia-
meutariah. Future Teachers officers Crightj FIRST
ROW: Pam Plunkett, secretary-treasurer: Sherry Kay
Austin, president: and Julia Hardin, reporter.
SECOND ROW: Sherry Burk, historian, Dohhita Clay
parliamentariaug and Donna Greaves, vice president.
FIRST ROW: Pam Piper, Carol Fee, Nancy Swift, Vicki Warren, Jan Fisher, Sunny Smith and Patsy Shoffit. SEC-
OND ROW: Stephanie Snelson, Sue Huckabee, Lois Ulmer, Sandra Jordan, Vickie Criswell, Phyllis Parks, Carolyn
McPeek, Vickie Floweree, Gary Warren and Betty Tune. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Underwood, Linda Boggs, Diane
Brinkley, Cathy Balkum, Candy Coan, Paula Piper, Debbie Wright, Sheila Lanier, Jana Mosley and Shirley Cooper
FTA proiect places
in top 10 at state meet
The FTA entered a float in the homecoming parade that represented their new project of telling stories at the
County Library to children aged 3 6 on Saturday mornings
Members attended the district convention at Big Spring in November and the state convention at Dallas in
February There they received a trophy for having one of the top ten proJects rn Texas
FIRST ROW: Cathy Ervin, Dana Hays, Jan Jennings, Marsha Eades, Debra Gregory, Debra Taylor and Patti Woods.
SECOND ROW: Lynn Hollis, Angela Hamilton, Ginger Hutson, Treva Hood, Joan Hill, Janie Tompkins, Susan
Craig and Sandy Bryant. THIRD ROW: Kathleen McCaskill, Alana Foster, DeLane Bearden, Jannifer Cooper.
Margaret Watson, Margaret Celments, Sally Woullard and Bobbie Martin. 77
FIRST ROW: Donna Greaves, Debbie Smith, Deborah Hutcheson, Nancy Turner, Debra Gregory and Paula Piper.
SECOND ROW: Carol Brenholtz, John Clark, Dennis Eggleston, Bobbie Martin, Johnny Krachla, Julia Hardin and
Beverly Lee. THIRD ROW: Betty Davis, Ian Coleman, Pam Piper, Delores Pipkin, Arleene McCullough, Dan
Crow, Carolyn Little, Debbie Carter, Marquita Gross, Gene Clack, Lemond Carlton, Bill Green, Wayne Stewart
and Bonnie Robertson. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Murphree, Karen Taylor, Debbie Bechthold, Ginger Raburn,
Charlotte Banks, Myra Pierce, Alana Foster, Wyvonne Collins, Wes Grigsby, Dan Fisher, Dan Medford, Shirley
Mosley, Eugene Solomon and Billy Tune. FIFTH ROW: David Knight, Janis Payne, Phil Clark, Jackie Brown,
Linda Mc Williams, Nelda Monroe, Carolyn McPeek, Wesley Sherman, Gary Hilliard and Mike Bryan.
Ivy directs band
for first year
Band officers FIRST ROW: Shirley Mosley, reporter:
Delores Pipkin, treasurer: and Paula Piper, secre-
tary. SECOND ROW: Billy Tune, vice president,
Wesley Sherman, president: and Deborah Hutcheson,
5 jlgfx ., ' 5 gffftggw Q
j x - . 21 7? J: ' . .1 Q1
A A L, me- FL ' -'
Ju., xx , x Q Q Q - x 1 5 T WM K H X
.f f XX . 1 J R
,..,, 4... -,.M,..,- AW, R " , - , . - I . ', X
', I A ' K ' 5 , T fi, .L X X z , H ff ul
,, . M A . . I -
Miss Hutcheson leads Mighty Mustang Band
DEBORAH HUTCHESON PAM PIPER, Twirler CHERYL PEARCY, Twirler
WESLEY SHERMAN DEBBIE WRIGHT Giflgel' Rabuffl, Twirler
Assistant Drum Major Head Twirler
Violas, cellos and bass: Brad Young, Ronnie Baird, Steve
Price, Shirley Cooper, Dennis Wollard, Stephanie Snel-
son and Larry Ragland.
Corpus string fest
Second violins: Byron Stephens, Gary Jefferson, Weldon Andrews and
4, Terry Yocum.
MR. BA RRERA , Conductor
First violins: Mike Taylor, Jimmy
Hankins, Max Ramsey, Tome
Rehders, Vickie Criswell, Wayne
Harrison and Kenneth Gibson.
A Cappella named outstanding 3-A choi
FIRST ROW: Sara Rogers, Pam Six, Doris Tillis, Sue Huckabee, Cynthia Nichols, Becky Kellum, Linda Madison,
Jeanne Headrick, Sherry Kay Austin, Dedra Kennedy, Delores Luna, Becky Belcher, Cathy Willis and Pam Garrison.
SECOND ROW: Elaine Ellinger, Margaret Watson, Barbara Jackson, Brodie Hutchinson, Sandy Sanders, Monty
Webb, Nathan McClure, John Tilly, Tony Smith, Robert Buckley, Randy Miller, George Kay, Jeanne Mills, Susan
Elam and Sandi Hulen. THIRD ROW: Donnita Clay, Karen Wieser, Peggy Riemenschnieder, Charley Rogers, James
King, Tommy Jackson, Hugh McDowell, Mike Burton, Joe Pitman, Gary Smith, John Bumpers, Roy Carter, Sandra
Helton, Cathy Balkum, Susan Byrne and Judy Tipton.
FOURTH ROW: Cathy Moxley, Vicki Schooley, DeLane
S E Bearden, Earlene Broyles, Steve Hays, Dug Belcher, Ramsey
J Humphries, Ken Wieser, Kelly King, Steve Byrne, Mike
Jones, Mark Bader, Sam Lee, Richard Hamilton, Kay Houn-
1 if shell, Susan Allen and Kay Grissom.
82 TOM ADAMS , Director
or second year in Corpus music festival
1 , .- ,au A D , r g y
Q- Q :U ' Y Y
R kx w Q Ak M R Xl Q J' 'fa 14 'J as E! f
V C W L L ,. , J X , ,i- L C. V. H kfzg 54 Q, .K , ,.
L g V' NIV" AAA: T 0 kg ff ' , 'N gl -f 3 l 1' 'M-, ' I? 43' I 1' f
- . A ' 3 . A-,l - , it ,4 , J Y M, X E
,X rf' f ,C I
if I A 1 Q 1 6 at 9 S , f
,f 4 L ! .ff 1 1 X K wb JC yr
' 'W 95 Q J 1 J for Q , J
, ,I L
A rd . -
I K. A ,-H- A
, ff - ' . O 1 a X B s J QQQQ
,s eegss J '
A----'-0 R- 1 ' J J "'MX'J"k"'s:?'-'f-Y WMM---v+je1:.r.,, ,J .J--1-av-
-" 'l3 M,N: -Qyzgsggli wr ,
.e... - w.-f-W .W ..r,r S ss' -
- ' ',xe ' ilrlfffi ,-sW .e,e.. ee,A 'Ah esx r -9. 'M
lum Sherry Kay Austrn and Cynth1a Nrchols SECOND ROW Margaret Watson Susan Elam Jeanne Mrlls Peggy
Rlemenschnleder Cathy W1ll1s Becky Belcher Dons T1ll1s Sara Rogers Pam G31'l'1SOl1 Sand1 Hulen Barbara
Jackson and Judy TIPIOI1 FHIRD ROW Cathy Mowley V1Ck1 Schooley Donnrta Clay Earlene Broyles Cathy Bal-
kum Elalne Ellrnger Kay Grlssom Sandra Helton Karen Wreser Kay Hounshell Susan Byrne DeLane Bearden
FIRST ROW: Sue Huckabee, Dedra Kennedy, Jeanne Headrick, Linda Madison, Pam Six, Delores Luna, Becky Kel
and Susan Allen.
- 4 Qu
Mixed .choir QFIRST ROWJ: Teresa Sharp, Mary Jane Martin, Lois Ulmer, Suzan Morris, Kathleen McCaskill, Jean-
nee Rarndl, Teresa Day, Ruth Reid, Betty Wilkins, Toni Brown, Donna Armstrong, Carol Cox, Betty Tune and Joy
North SECOND ROW Linda Watson RoblnMcCar1e Emil Ard Barbara Maxie M1tt1eHearne Terr Wimber-
ly, Cliffen Fruge, Ricky Herzberger, Jac.kieyParnell, Bcglbbie Peyeples, Linda Martin, Linda Maxie, BarbarayDockall,
Jannifer Cooper and Joy Cook. THIRD ROW: Jeanna Carpenter, Debbie Stephens, Sunny Smith, Candy Coan, Bojy-
dette Neighbors, Hugh McDowell, Larry Abernathy, Sandy Herrington, Mike Turnage, Donald Leatherwood, Ran y
Browning, Pam Davis, Wanda Ward, Pam Plunkett, DeAun Rehders and Marcia Eliason. FOURTH ROW: Carla
Newbrough, Sheila Lanier, Von Cille Stephenson, Lena Morgan, Barbara Jones, James King, Gary Cox, Morris
Sanders, Billy Phipps, Kelly King, Donnie Carruth, Mike Jones, Ginger Hutson, Karen Hanson, Cathy Ervin, Joan
Hill and Donna Crabtree.
Freshman choir QFIRST ROWQ: Melinda Simmons, Barbara Baucom, Vicki Powell, Johnna Renfro, Kathy Mason,
Kathy Nabors, Gwen Lowrance and Gregoria Garcia. SECOND ROW: Janis Pinkston, Shirlene Warren, Mary Lopez,
-Fonda Gilchrest, Sandi Jordan, Alfred Luna, Manuel Lopez, Paul Hadaway, Bill Allbright, Karen Ulan, Sherrie
Bagley, Debbie Weems and Diana Dobbs. THIRD ROW: Linda Rogers, Geraldine Gross, Alva Fowler, Cheryl
Jumper, Paul Coleman, Billy McBeth, Lynn Elkins, Cliff Bloom, Ralph Lewis, Billie Peeples, Gay Carruth, Jo
Templeton and Linda Gains. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Hancock, Scarlett Cummins, Jan Fisher, Christie Shaw, Barbara
Row, Billy Kay, Danny Browning, Scotty Nelson, John Tumlinson, Barbara Hawthorne, Janet Schooley, Diane
Moore and Diantha Howard.
Thespians promote character through acting
FIRST ROW: Cathy Willis, Patsy Shoffit, Linda Rowlett Linda Greaves La Juan Seal and Judy McMurry SECOND
ROW: Larry Mathis, Allan Erwin, Eddie Clark Rusty Rex and Dennis Eggleston THIRD ROW Eugene Solomon
Bradley Noble, Larry Elkins, Paul Pinnell, Tommy Jackson and Danny Wright
Thespians try to promote better charac-
ter through self-discipline in acting. Their
motto is "To act well your part, for there
all the honor lies."
They presented a fall production of
"You Can't Take It With You" and had a
dart throw at caricatures of teachers in the
Thespian officers QFIRST ROWQ
Linda Boggs, vice president and
Linda Bray, secretary. SECOND
ROW: Tommy Miller, treasurer
Sandra Helton, president and
Monty Webb, parliamentarran
,o .If 9 , ell.
o 0 o 0 0 1
".. A '
X as l
. ff ,
if 5 Q
Q ffl! ' ' gi D 21"
'Z any 'v.- , fnx 5
Q A nj' " '
:hx x -"'
FIRST ROW Patsy Shoffit Sally Woullard Linda Rowlett Margaret Watson Margaret Clements and Beverly Bloc
er SECOND ROW Melanie Hardin Linda Watson Von Cille Stephenson Ieannee Raindl Susan Allen and
Douglas Hays THIRD ROW Miss Lavender sponsor Dan Crow David Brenholtz Buzz Burkett Mike Bryan and
The French Club won first prize in the decorated
car division in the homecoming parade. They also
participated in the Christmas parade.
Mrs. Gertude Terrell, a guest speaker from Ector
High School, told the members of the club about her
summer study and travel in France. Mr. Adams presented
his slides of France.
A banquet for the memebers of the Le Cercle Fran-
cais was held April 1.
French Club wins first
in homecoming parade
French Club officers QFIRST ROWJ: Peggy Bur-
son, reporterg Susan Craig, presidentg and Pam
secretary. SECOND ROW: Randy Miller, parlia
mentariang and Ricky Laminack, vice president.
Junior Classical League studies Latin culture
FIRST ROW: Eileen Wells, Lynn Gordon, Sherry Kay Austin, Betty Wilke, Pam Plunkett, Lois Ulmer, Ruth Spruill,
Becky Belcher and Billie Smith. SECOND ROW: Miss Harding, sponsor, James King, Keith Clanahan, Tommy
Jackson, Randy Griffith, Richard Baird, Wayne Hibbs, Jerry Tharp, Joe Pitman, Terry Browning and Mike Steven-
son. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Ulmer, Mike Burton, Allen Erwin, Mark Bader, Steve Hays, Eddie Clark, Steve Byrne,
Carl Neinast, Tom Ryan and Clint Tumlinson.
The Junior Classical League endeavors to
promote interest in the Latin language and cul-
The club participated in the Halloween
carnival and their intake was used to buy meat
for the annual Roman banquet. The slaves,
first year students, provided the remainder of the
feast for the second year and ex-Latin students.
LA TIN CLUB OFFICERS: Linda Rowlett, secre-
tary-treasurer: Tim Pearson, president: and Ray
Sharbutt, vice president.
711,b,---,- N- V, . .. , .,
At the beginning ofthe year, the club
traveled to hear Andy Williams and Henry
Mancini in concert. Their Halloween
entry was a silent movie written and por-
trayed by the members.
Joining with two other clubs, the Belle
tristic Society adopted an Appalachian
child. Closing the year, a literary maga-
zine was compiled and published.
FIRST ROW: Marcia Eliasen, Lynda Bray Marsha Nash Billie Smith Susan Allen Von Cille Stephenson and La
Juan Seal. SECOND ROW: Melanie Hardin Julia Hardin Kathy Hungerford Claire Hardin Sandra Helton Sue
Huckabee, Sara Rogers, Donna Crabtree Cathy Moxley and Mrs Roberts sponsor THIRD ROW Steve Byrne
Keith Stringfellow, Randy Miller, Tommy Jackson Ru ty Rex J ry Hicks Hugh McDowell and Terry Browning 9
Tau Mu Kappa
Math Club officers QFIRST ROWJ: Carolyn Little, vice
presidentg Julia Hardin, reporter, and Wayne Hibbs,
president. SECOND ROW: Billie Smith, secretary.
FIRST ROW: Susan Elam, Sally Woullard, Bobbie Kay Martin, Patti Woods, Elaine Ellinger, Sandi Hulen and
Debra Pyle. SECOND ROW: Mr. Williamson, sponsor, Brit Coleman, Ford Roberson, Kenneth Ulmer, Jimmy
92 Hungerford, Louie Ramirez, Ricky Demmler and John Tilly.
Social Studies Club 'adopts' Indian orphan
FIRST ROW: Marsha Eades, Donna Crabtree, Lynda Bray, Bonnie Robertson, Patti Woods, Sheri Burk, Kay Houn-
shell, Wanda Ward and Peggy Riemenschneider. SECOND ROW: Carl Neinast, Buzz Burkett, Jan Jennings, Caro-
lyn Little, Elaine Ellinger, Sue Huckabee, Susan Elam, Danny Smith, Clint Tumlinson and Eddie Clark. THIRD
ROW: Ramsey Humphries, Leonard Blanks, George Kay, Richard Jordan, Richard Hamilton, Monty Webb, Robbie
Haynie, Steve Harrelson and Larry Ragland.
Social Studies officers CFIRST ROWJ: Pam Plunkett, historiang
and Judy Gantt, secretary. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Hungerford,
vice president, and Rusty Rex, president. 93
r-" TV f . xr
sep, f M 253 Y
A Qu i I I
'i N152 .,.:f.V' I
W ' "-' ' U
I nv. ,
6 2 35
" O. K ' 044 :gt
f-:L-.::::.. M-.. .
14'-XQ.. 1, 1
f 2'-22:-,au 3 3 f
5 3 115, R
Christian Union gives devotionals, prayers
FIRST ROW Kay Hounshell Wanda Ward Cynthia Davis Glenda Mathis Jana Mosley Beverly Murphree
and Debra Gregory SECOND ROW Jan Jennings Marsha Eades Karen Wieser Linda Bray Norma SoRelle
Sandy Bryant Nancy Turner and Billie Smith THIRD ROW Mrs Bowden sponsor Ian Fisher Mike Bryan
Billy Tune, Dennis Wollard, Terry Niblett, Barbara Jackson, Barbara Jones and Mrs. Rogersg sponsor.
Student Christian Union
The Student Christian Union is an organization
designed for any interested student. They endeavor
to promote higher standards and smoother harmony
in the school.
Weekly devotions and noon prayers were the
main projects of Student Christian members. They
participated in the Halloween Carnival with two
cotton candy booths and worked with several com-
Student Christian officers QFIRST ROWJ: Dedra
Kennedy, program chairman iflg Becky Kellum,
vice presidentg and Shirley Mosley, president.
SECOND ROW: Peggy Riemenschneider, reporterg
Pam Garrison, program chairman ii52g and Linda
FIRST ROW: Johnny Sawyer, Sharon Hicks, sweetheart, Pat Carroll and Charles Gilbert. SECOND
ROW: Eddie Eldridge, Kenneth Thompson, Alfred Derrington and Darrell Files. THIRD ROW: Bruce
Dortch, Glynn Jackson, Billy Thomas and Mr. Hill, sponsor.
FIRST ROW: Allen Heronema, treasurerg Kenny
Heronema, presidentg and Clifton Yocom, reporter.
SECOND ROW: Terry McBeth, vice presidentg and
Bill Birchfield, sergeant-at-arms .
Cosmetologists compete in state meet
Donna Clement, treasurer, and Barbara Dockall,
Judy Lyon, president, and Tommie Hardin, vice
FIRST ROW. Brenda Williams, Janella Lambert, Santa Gonzales,
Charlene Patterson and Mrs. Jackson, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Peggy
Pryor, Cynthia Armstrong, Kathy Thomas, Carolyn Payne and Reba f
Gerald- BARBARA JACKSON
Q 1 A
, K 3
Q:.,.A-- 1 N
k u, .1
fx 'kigiP3i55fL!.L .. , t
I Boys gam valuable tralnlng working on cars
FIRST ROW: Richard Van Hanken, Keith Levins Johnny Carwiell Paul Gilbert Coy Watson Marvin Roubrson
and Rodney Holmes. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Bilbrey Steve Seay B111 Price Jimmy Peterson Jerry Hicks David
Saldivar and Lupe Pena. THIRD ROW: Benny Renfro David Loving Danny Ragsdale Randy Chambers Ira M11
son, Rickie Parks and Mr. Bridge, sponsor.
Club members attended district meet-
ings in Snyder, San Angelo, E1 Paso and
Abilene. As a club project they overhauled
Kenneth Wil1iamson's '37 Chevy and Cheryl
Pearcy was club sweetheart.
Auto Mechanics officers: Jerry Cara-
way, treasurerg Charlie George, vice presi
dentg Norman Houston, secretaryg Joe
McQuatters, presidentg and Floyd Monroe
home May 19
FIRST ROW: Bennie Hogard, vice presidentg
and John Ray Taylor, treasurer. SECOND
ROW: Doug Irwin, sergeant-at-armsg Dale
Sanders, presidentg and John Taylor, secre-
FIRST ROW: Glenn Abney, Phil Clark, Eldon Warren, Tommy McNew, Larry Murphree and Cecil Martin.. 'SEC
OND ROW: Junior Bermea, James Acosta, Joe Lopez, Terry Miles, Steve Low, Bernard Fruge and Mr. Willis.
sponsor. THIRD ROW: Humberto Acosta, Antonio Lopez, Eugene Sawyer, Lloyd Goar and B111 Blfflhfleld-
FIRST ROW: Susan Allen, secretary of Student Council, Debby Hutcheson, Student Councilg Shirley Mosley, Stu-
dent Christian Uniong Sandra Helton, Thespiansg Judy Lyon, Cosmetology: Sherry Austin, FTAg Susan Craig, French
Clubg and Melanie Hardin, FHA. SECOND ROW: Danny Nichols, Spanish Clubg Keith Clanahan, sophomore classy
Mark Bader, junior classg Ricky Laminack, Belletristic Society, Buffy Hutcheson, freshman classy Monty Webb,
Forensicsg Dug Belcher, Key Club and senior classg Joe McQuatters, Auto Mechanicsg and Dennis Wollard, orchestra
THIRD ROW: Wayne Rucker, Art Club: Wesley'Sherman, band, Tim Pearson, Latin Clubg Jerry Yarbrough, Mus-
tangersg Wayne Hibbs, Math and Science Clubsgw Rusty Rei, Social Studies Clubg Ronnie Barnes, ICTg Hugh Mc-
Dowell, choirg and Kenny Heronema, Industrial Arts Club.
, of 'Q
1' Af fc
Q " r
fy , . l R
rx 'Ng .
Qi, W' s.2
555 z, ' 2 "'f -,,.,,-F-
- L ' ' W? "L,' g1 I
Lx ' L il K- A Y' ' W " M' T 1
Lg x f .Ay a ff' L
i I , x -fn Q
X 2. 1 A
- -.- 1
Jannette Beck, club editor,
prepares a layout for page
three. Jannette was
named to Who's Who for
Reporters typing copy are
Robin Downs fl. to r.J,
Kathy Hungerford and
Mike Rogers, sports editor, prepares to type copy while
Scotty Niemann, assistant editor, looks over the previous
bib -"-ffm: ,
-1 , ff ' r V
Kathie Taylor Cleftj, circulation manager, and Peggy Burson,
fold papers for mailing to schools and subscribers on the mail-
Linda Boggs, editor, checks assignments
against the deadlines on the page charts
Linda placed third in editorial writing
at the regional UIL meet.
Roundup receives distinguished merit award
from lnferscholastic League Press group
Peggy Riemenschneider, business and ad manager, collaborates
with Buzz Burkett, feature editor, on a feature story. Burkett
won a third in news writing and a fifth in headline writing at the
regional UIL meet.
Don Ingram frightj, head photographer
files negatives as Buffy Hutcheson,
assistant, develops film. Ingram was
named to Who's Who in yearbook
' X .M AQ
4" ' 'we
g ' X A if
1 Carolyn Jones and Betty Wilke
ii f i E IL
Dixie Blackburn and Melanie I-Iardin Pam Plunkett and Sherry Kay Austin
Yearbook staff records events of year
Sue Huckabee, Treva Hood and Vicki Warren
Steve Byrne and Mlke Gaston
Paula Piper and Billie Smith
Dennls Langston, Donn1ta Clay and Bruce Blanks
1 Q., I f '
1, ,,,,..w-1 'M
,Aff 4, I,
Still standing near Main Street, the first
high school Qfar lefty was completed in 1930.
A "new" high school Qcentery was plannedrand
completed in 1947 and was built beside the
The present high school was finished in
January, 1962, at a cost ofS2.5111i11ion, and
it is well-known throughout Texas andthe U,Sg
for its architectural uniqueness. n N
FIRST ROW: Robert White, Brad Young, Charley Rogers, Coy Watson, Steve Harrelson, Joe Pitman and John Parish.
SECOND ROW: Coach Conner, Coach West, Norman Houston, Larry Ragland, Larry Martin, Steve Bales, Lynn Tay
lor and Coach Cody. THIRD ROW: Coach Weir, David Ellison, Jerry Tharp, George Kay, Johnny Carwile, Tim
Pearson, Ron Leach, James Baird, Johnny Horton and Coach Reynolds. FOURTH ROW: Randy Griffith, Mike Weaver
Jim Hankins, Jack May, Wayne Rucker, Dennis Langston, Terry Niblett and Tommy Finley.
Mustang gridders compile 5-5 season
-- -- 28
-- -- 19
-- - 10
Snyder - - -
Lamesa - -
Hobbs - - -
Kermit - -
Seminole - - - -
Pecos - -
Mustang captain Tommy Finley led
the Mustangs throughout the district
race. Finley was sidelined early in
the season with mononucleosis.
Moy all-district: 7 make honorable mention
S TEVE H ARRELSON
V Aochf ,,
I ACK MAY
All South Plains JAMES BAIRD
All West Texas Lmebacker
COY WATSON BRAD YOUNG
Mustangs undefeated in non-district play
Senior quarterback Coy Watson fNo. 193 scampers around
right end in the Snyder game. The Mustangs clobbered
Snyder 28-O. Watson scored twice in the game.
Coach Weir looks to the field with
concern at Lamesa while Coach
Reynolds gives instructions to Lynn
Taylor and Steve Bales fNo. 83J.
, s 'filziiki it
1, , 'K my' a . V,-V
George Kay outruns one Brownfield Cub and
dodges another as he picks up needed yardage
in a 20-'7 non-district victory. Kay later suf-
fered a broken ankle in the Hobbs game which
put him out for the season.
Yellowiackets overpower Mustangs 14-0
Tailback Tommy Finley 1351 recovers his own fumble as three Yellowjackets are a bit late. End
Steve Bales 1831, guard Johnny Carwiel 1641, halfback Charley Rogers 1301, center Robert White 1591
and quarterback Coy Watson 1191 perform their tasks on the play.
Fu. .yr t it 3,
One of every Coach's major concerns
is the scoreboard. Coach Weir is no
different while quarterback Ron Leach
1151, halfback Terry Niblett 1451, tail-
back Norman Houston and quarterback
Johnny Horton 1101 concentrate on
their teammates on the field.
Defensive halfback Wayne Rucker 1801
managed to bring down Carrol Samuels
of Kermit near midfield. Samuels ran
for 48 yards in 15 carries.
Quarterback Coy Watson C195 tries to throw
a pursuing Panther but failed. Watson Injuries hampered the tleam all
managed 117 yards in the losing effort. Sehason' R011 Leach' JO my Carl
Ft. Stockton staged the biggest upset in w1e1, George Kay and Lynn Tay or
2,AAA as the Mustangs fell 14-7 watch the Mustangs defeat Pecos
20- 6 .
Panthers spoil Mustang homecoming 14-7
Robert White f59y, junior defensive guard, brings down a Ft. Stockton Panther with the help of 11111-
ior tackle Mike Weaver, Brad Young 1421 and Steve Harrelson 1711 were blocked on the play. I I7
N .. l f
, A W.-
' .K X S' . 'J 4 1
s . . 2 X f . .' 1 - I
, . M. A , W.,
' Junior halfback John Parish f22j puts
Q forth a burst of speed to evade one
, Seminole tackler only to be hauled
down seconds later. The Indians
Larry Martin fllj, senior quarterback, decides to run the ball handed the Mustangs their third defeat
after finding all receivers covered. Martin led the Mustangs in as many tries 20-12.
at quarterback and kicked two field goals against Seminole.
Indians shoot arrow through ' ' Big A' ' 21-12
Tim Pearson 4823, senior end, prepares for a Ron Leach pass which later fell incomplete.
Pecos Eagles go down to
ailback Tommy Finley C355 is well
his way for a big gainer in the Pecos
Finley missed three games in
play, but played brilliantly
Coach West signals the defense from the
bench while Coach Reynolds fcenterj coni-
ments to him. Coach Conner fleftj is con
centrating on defensive strategy.
David Ellison C601 breaks through the booster sign to begin the Mustangs' only district win.
Andrews won 20-6.
Defending champs defeat Mustangs 24-6
Heading for a short gainer in the gridiron clash which saw the Loboes down Andrews 24-6, half-
back Charley Rogers f30j meets two members of the Monahans team head-on.
Halfback Charley Rogers 1305 gets a boost, as tackle Mike Weaver C763 and wingback John Parish 1225
attempt a rescue .
Cheryl Pearcy , junior
twirler, expresses her dis-
may at the Andrews -
Ector game, while wait-
ing to perform during the
Ector s second period rally pays off 24-10
Harrelson QNO 715 attempt to brrng down Ector s Arturo Spencer Andrews was de
K 'k .ff w
L v X
Q, 4 L
FIRST ROW: Brick Gilliland, Kenneth Templeton, Eugene Solomon, Richard Baird Mike Taylor Johnny Aikey
and Billy Griffin. SECOND ROW:
Steve Bell, Lonnie Proby, Brodie Hutchinson Ricky Carver James Jordan
Steve Price, Keith Clanahan, Mickey Finley and Paul Martinez. THIRD ROW: Gary Cox Ramsey Humphries
Johnny Hatcher, Dennis Crawford,
E. W. Forbess, Larry Nelson, Randy Browning Ronnie Thames Bennie Thomp
son and Bobby Roberts. FOURTH ROW: Coach Nash, Richard Cornejo, Terry Wimberly Gary Smith Tom Ryan
Glen Christian, Eldon Warren, Billy Phipps and Coach Farmer.
B team season record
Andrews - - - - - 6 Permian - - -
Andrews - - - - - 8 Big Spring - - -
Andrews - - - - - 26 Hobbs - -
Andrews - - - - - 40 Seminole - -
Andrews - - - - - 20 Kermit - - -
Andrews - - - - - 42 Midland High -
Andrews--- --27 Ector------
Andrews - - - - - 14 Brownfield - - -
Andrews - - - - - 12 Monahans - -
Colts flash through brilliant 6-1 season
FIRST ROW: Mike Hilton, Curtis Hill, Clayton Trickle, Joe Hughes, Billy McBeth, Mike McCraw, Scotty Nelson,
Terry Turner, Mike Niblett, Gene Clack, Mike Lloyd, Clark Pearson, Bill Allbright, Stanley Scott and Amos Allen
SECOND ROW: Larry Griffin, Rodney Lunceford, Homer Watson, Jerry Tochterman, Sammy Baker, John Tumlinson
John Clark, Weldon Andrews, Tom Brown, Alfred Luna, Buffy Hutcheson, Jimmy Irvin, Ronnie Baird, Roy Hodges,
Charles Gilbert, Malcolm Stephens and Marvin Jones. THIRD ROW: Coach Leach, Robert Thompson, Charles
Brock, Randy Laminack, Rodney Cavett, Danny Browning, Gary Rogers, Don Gibson, Bill Bridge, Ron Clark, Mark
Landolt, C. E. Johnson, Mike Gordon, Johnny Archer, Deon Yandell and Coach Smith. FOURTH ROW: Mike
Angel, Richard Hirst, Rick Rushing, Kenny Caraway, Bill Dillingham, Terry Leatherwood, Mark Pearson, Billy Kay
Neal Russom, Vic Brevard and Ronnie Wright.
Freshman Season Record
Andrews - - - 34 Big Spring - - - - 6
Andrews - - - 13 Seminole - - - - - 6
Andrews - - - 32 Kermit - - - - - 6
Andrews - - - 12 Lamesa - - - - - - 6
Andrews - - - 6 Snyder - - - - - 13
Andrews - - - 64 Brownfield ----- J o
Andrews - - - 14 Monahans - - -
iff heads winning B t
is , M
A 'lll lllqlf
' ' wk
3 Y" -V vw 4 E
Q Q" V U 1
Mike Rogers Q245 fights hard for the
basketball as Ricky Laminack 1,105 and
Mark Bader 1141 attempt a recovery.
Scotty Niemann adds two
points in the Mustangs' only
losing cause in district as
Monahans won 61-60.
Ray Sharbutt outleaps this
Kermit defender for a
tally. The Mustangs took
both district games from
Mustangs sei' record, beat Kermit 100-52
Basketballers return from a pep talk Kenneth Gibson makes hifshot In
during halftime with added spirit. count for two as Andrews beat
Johnny Hatcher C341 reaches
high for the shot in the Ke
The Cagers took their second trip to
the regional tournament in three years.
First night action saw the Mustangs down
Perryton 64-58. Mark Bader, the district
leading scorer, was the high point man
with 22 points.
Lubbock Dunbar's Panthers crushed
hopes of making the state finals in Austin
by 81-52 in the regional finals. Ricky
Laminack, all-district and all-regional
tournament selection, scored 20 points in
the losing cause.
The Panthers were a much larger team
and held the rebounding game during the
contest, a deciding factor since both teams
were very close in shot percentage. An-
drews led early in the game by a score of
5-Og however this lead was short-lived as
Dunbar's heighth made the big difference.
At halftime the Mustang Five were down
only 11 points, but the second half was
dominated completely by the Panthers.
The basketballers finished the season
with a 23-11 won-lost record.
Coach Lanunack Mike Rogers C245 and Mark Bader f14J and team
mates plot strategy in a time-out during the third quarter of the
Mustangs end season as regional flnallst
FIRST ROW: manager Danny Nichols, Randy Griffith, Scotty Niemann, Ricky Laminack, Kenneth Gibson, Mark
Bader, Tim Pearson and trainer Greg Lowrance. SECOND ROW: manager Clint Tumlinson, Coach Edd Farmer,
Johnny Hatcher, Ron Leach, Robert Haynie, Ray Sharbutt, Mike Rogers and Coach Neil Laminack.
WE THEY WE THEY
Ft. Stockton - - - - 61 54 50 43
Monahans - - - - - 60 61 70 62
Kermit - - - - - 79 52 100 52
Ector ---- - - 65 51 69 65
Seminole - - - 45 37 79 62
Pecos ---- - - 70 58 68 53
Perryton - - - - - 64 58
Dunbar ------------- 52 81
' 'WW' PWR - , - 4 I- ' f lirt
B team finishes season with 2-10 record
FIRST ROW: James Shumaker, Clifton Fruge, Billy Griffin, Nathaniel Hearne, Don McDonald and
Morris Sanders. SECOND ROW: Mickey Finley, Kenneth Templeton, Billy Phipps, Brick Gilliland,
Ramsey Humphries and Gary Cox.
Fish have impressive year with 10-11 reco
FIRST ROW: Larry Griffin, Ronald Baird, Bill Bridge, Johnny Archer, Buffy Hutcheson, Jerry Tochter-
man, Billy McBeth and Scotty Nelson. SECOND ROW: Bill Dillingham, Danny Browning, Rodney
Cavett, Terry Turner, Crawford Dixon, Amos Allen, Mike Hilton and Randy Laminack. THIRD ROW
Coach Leach, Mike Gordon, Billy Kay, Stanley Scott, Clark Pearson, Sammy Baker, Rodney Lunce-
ford, Gary Rogers, Mark Pearson, Joe MacWaldrop and Coach Weir.
5.12 W J .
B team backing varsity with 8-11 season
-1 R-, "-ses.
lb! . N' Ml -. Q ..
WYVONNE COLLINS Junior VIVIAN CAMPBELL Sophomore
2 letters Set-up 2 letters Spike
FIRST ROW: Paige Collins, Pat Kimberlin, Leslie Patrick, Debbie Carter and Sherry Bagley.
SECOND ROW: Mary Proby, Linda McWilliams, Teresa Hill, Sandi Hulen, Debbie Pyle and
Janis Payne. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Knight, Nancy Morgan, Beverly Lee, Boydette Neighbors,
'36 Sara Rogers, Earlene Broyles, Sue Ryan, Carla Newbrough, Terri Luck and Susan Morgan.
...Q we 1 f .
x Ae ,
Rick Perez, senior sprinter and
Don Leatherwood, junior hurdler, captured sixth in dis- took the district Championship in the 190-
trict with a time of 15.3 seconds in the 330-yard inter-
yard dash with a time of 9.9 seconds. He
also finished second in the 220-yard dash,
but failed to qualify at regional.
..,.- i ,- , 1
i -KN M.,-,PY .M...... . .
FIRST ROW: Gary Warren, Buddy Tune, Robert White, Dusty Gray, Steve Hays, Sam Graham, Steve
Bell, Johnny Horton and Jerry Caraway. SECOND ROW: Rick Perez, Brad Noble, Charley Rogers,
Terry Wimberley, Ricky Carver, Randy Huddleston, Glen Christian, Keith Clanahan and Mickey Finley.
THIRD ROW: Tommy Jackson, Joe Pitman, Donald Leatherwood, Randy Browning, Bob Roberts, Sandy
Sanders, Humberto Acosta and Eldon Warren. FOURTH ROW: Amos Allen, Kenneth Templeton, Billy
Timmons, Terry Wilson, Billy Phipps, Gary Smith, Wayne Rucker, Randy Griffith and Mike Weaver.
FIFTH ROW: Don Ingram, Steve Price, Lonnie Proby, Mike Taylor, Gary Cox, Jerry Tharp and Tommy
Finley. BACK ROW: Coaches Reynolds and Conner.
' rsrs I f ,W it
1 1,.. ,
The 440-yard relay team, Rick Perez, Brad Noble, Rick Carver and Eldon Warren, received fourth
place honors at the district meet with a time of 44.3 seconds.
Flying Mustangs send two to regional meet
milky . W1-,W,,gt 2, .K .
QSM ,lv My W w
si wafgvt A M 'ff f
f " -- :,.,4,t1y ,
.Q -. S' - .
new-+if ' .Q
.Sy ' - ' 'l
if - N in-iw
J 'Qi i
ftylsu 'fu'-,ge f k
f?5"'x ,'4'ifi?Q9:, ' " "-"' ' l 'K 'Q'
1 7 4 . - , .. Wayne Rucker, senior pole vaulter and co-captain,
k'3I5?'ii .if E ' placed second in district and first in the Mustang Relays
with a vault of 14 feet. He did not qualify for the state
Y . . . .
the discus 164 feet to place third in district. meet by placmg third In regional'
Senior Tomm Finley, co-captain, tossed
Prospective hurdlers for next year are Steve Bell, Johnny
Horton, Bob Roberts and Don Leatherwood.
Gary Warren, one of next year's most
promising pole vaulters, vaulted 13 feet
I 40 this year .
Dusty Gray received first place in the
Denver City track meet with the best
jump of six feet.
1:-il A 'tm
BFOWIHHS. Mike THy10I, Adolf MiI61GS, Johnny Horton, sophomore hurdler, placed third in
Charley Rogers, E1d0n Warren CBOT- district in the 330-yard intermediate hurdles with
TOM ROWL Ricky Carver, Brad Noble, a time of 42.2 gecgndg.
Rick Perez and Ioe Pitman.
Thincluds hopeful: only six seniors graduate
The mile relay team consisted of Brad Noble, Johnny Horton, Steve Hays and Ricky Carver.
Freshmen miss district title by M point
FT' VI 1 Y
FIRST ROW: Bill Allbright, Roy Hodges, Ronnie Clark, Alfred Luna and Weldon Walker. SECOND ROW: Charles
Brock, Rodney Cavett, Michael Lloyd, Scotty Nelson, Glynn Jackson and Neal Russom. THIRD ROW: Terry
Leatherwood, Clark Pearson, Danny Browning, Chris Hounshell, Mike Niblett and C. E. Johnson. FOURTH ROW:
Mike Angel, Mark Pearson, Kenny Caraway, Coach West, Rick Rushing, Mike Gordon and Stanley Scott.
.f - .A Waist
W Egfr'-Ezgrwaa ,'
These Mustangs represented Andrews in the shot-put and discus events: FIRST ROW:
Gary Cox, Tommy Finley and Robert White. SECOND ROW: Glen Christian, Randy
Griffith and Mike Weaver. THIRD ROW: Lonnie Proby, Tommy Jackson, Jerry
Tharp and Billy Phipps.
Linksters nail down district championship
Varsity golfers CFIRST ROWy: Leslie Reed, Mike Hopkins, Danny Woods, Scotty Niemann and Mark Bader.
SECOND ROW: Mike Burton, Gordon Ramsey, Steve Smith, Richard Hamilton and Richard Jordan.
is ., - 'iw t
QQ? ga- '
M J"'- 1 +' " ',, 5 ,J
' A- ' ,,, - grfjf?
Wig? H1 rifiislgis so 73f:i
' .,-wma, l3j",i'5'u"2 . .-
EIN-ire . , A . i'i"""
fy .vw L.. 1. 1
as . 44. 4, .
, H 29
,QPU 1- is .'
DANNY woons senior RICHARD HAMILTON SCOTTY NIEMANN. Senior
District medalist senior
Runner-up district medalist
Woods, Niemonn grab top individual honors
MARK BA DER, junior
MIKE HOPKINS , sophomore
The golf team had one of their most suc-
cessful years. They took the district and
regional crowns and placed fourth in the state
meet in Austin.
Danny Woods was recognized as the district
medalist while Scotty Niemann was runner-up.
The linksters graduated six varsity membersg
three were juniors: and one sophomore com-
peted for the team.
GORDON RAMSEY, se
MIKE BURTON. junior RICHARD JORDAN
Team wins regional, places fourth at state
B team QFIRST ROWJ: E. W. Forbess, Phil Clark, Calvin Schooley and Max Stroud.
SECOND ROW: Frank Price, James Jordan, Larry Abernathy, Brick Gilliland and Morris
Freshman team CFIRST ROWJ: Richard
Dalton and Lynn Elkins. SECOND
ROW: Randy Laminack, Sammy Baker
and Mike Nichols.
Baseballers finish 3rdp Hatcher all-district
Varsity baseba11ersfFIRST ROWJ: Carl Neinast, Johnny Hatcher, Daryl Helms, Tom Ryan, Brad Young,
Steve Rose, John Parish and Mike Furry. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Gibson, James Ward, Bobby Matthews,
Rusty Rex, Jerry Ryan, Steve Bales, James Baird, Larry Martin, Lynn Taylor, Robert Haynie and Coach
in y 1 -
J i' Q
, , I ' :V ' K g.1'g5'g .1 ,
. 955 igrggrm-5-:'w ,',q-,gs .' ,,, . 1513? wi" ' " - '
" ' W' ' ,Wa , ,J ,,,.
V C W 'A'
4. RJJAZQSJ J ' 'iv' 'Ev +4515 'i 'xii
ag.,-,rm . .t,-- 4
g awful 1 fx- ,tr4r,f,, M a,.,- .1 as
as ,'21 ,-miaaisi
Y 'i .
J J S f f
CARL NEINAST and MIKE FURRY LARRY MARTIN
JERRY RYAN Zpitilger
First Base S ers
Loyal fans boost Mustang spirit while awaiting the start nf the Kermit game after being delayed because
Larry Martm approaches home plate after hrttlng flfth
homerum for the season.
Shortstop - 2 letters
TOM RYAN KENNETH GIBSON
Third base - 1 letter Right field - 2 letters
Catcher - 2 letters
Right field - 1 letter
5 Lx, ,tt,,
1- ' "
BRAD YOUNG 3 letters
B-team baseball fakes 3-67 freshmen 3-4
The B-team is made up of QFIRST ROWJ: Mike McCraw, Crawford Williams, Ronnie Baird, Gary Rogers,
Eddie Gainey and Bill Dillingham. SECOND ROW: Randall Cox, Jerry Farmer, Robert Buckley, Gene
Clack, Byron Seal, Lamond Carlton and Bill Green. THIRD RO'W:. Bobby Delgado, Ray Renfro, Pete
Slack, Jerald Patrick, Danny Willy and Leonard Blanks. FOURTH ROW: Terry Turner, Bill Bridge,
Johnny Aikey, Vic Brevard, Rodney Lunceford, Clayton Trickle and Coach Nash.
Junior Johnny Hatcher prepares to pitch V V
against Kermit. JAMES WARD
Catcher - 1 letter
Netfers finish season as regional champs
The Mustangs captured the district and regional crowns this year. They are Candy Hutcheson, Wayne Harrison,
Rudi Nelson, Max Ramsey, Brit Coleman, Danny Smith, Susan Craig, Ford Roberson, Judy Gantt and Dan Medford.
Sophomore Rudi Nelson fought to Junior Danny Smith sur-
a third place finish in the state prised other 2-AAA
tourney after gaining the district netters as he won the dis-
and regional girls' singles titles. trict boys' title.
Debbie and Candy Hutcheson,
girls' doubles contestants, placed
second in district behind the
Bramlett sisters of Seminole who
, A , Sophomore Max Ramsey
. . . . ' h' ' .
B-team: Mike Stevenson, Kenneth Ulmer, Mike McDan1e1, Richard awalts ls oPROnem S Serve
He team d th F d R b
Van Hanken and Carol Brenholtz. e W1 or 0 er-
son to win second in district
Rudi Nelson wins regional, falls at state
I ' S 2
2,5 ,',l 5 A .J U :
-4-,ggi f:- ff. x . -' - , ,yi
Q Aj ti: in 'YQ -'b 1 w g 24
my-Jig? ff ' ' L 5 V Q 'A
,ff .' ' .Tx I , nr.. ..- 1 X
1' J L3
Playing for the Freshman squad were Brit Coleman, Linda Mathis, Billy McBeth, Lee Ann
Beyers, Donna Woods, Barbara Hawthorne, Dana Hays, Diana Dobbs, Arleene McCullough
a11d Linda Rogers.
W 5 ,C Qj.
Three new faces were seen among the coaches along with two familiar ones as the Mustangs began
the season. Coaching the team were Fred West, Jerry Reynolds, Fred Weir, Moody Conner and
Fred Weir ends first year as head coach
Coaches show their emotions as Coaches Conner, Cody, Weir and Reynolds rejoice
after Coy Watson's touchdown against Pecos. '
Seahorses sweep state championship again
A v x
L, ,. ,.,. , V
FIRST ROW: Richard Bacon, Charles Gilbert, Mike Gieber, Richard Lipham, David Knight and Richard
Sybesma. SECOND ROW: Mike Pitkin, Jackie Parnell, Mike Lindsey, Weldon Andrews, Bobby Ryan,
Dee Lucado, Tom Brown and Nicky Nickell. THIRD ROW: Coach Peggy Edgar, Stewart Spraggins,
Ronnie Wright, Hugh McDowell, Gary Knight, Ricky Demmler, Allan Erwin and Lynn Arnold, manager.
' T- ' ' . 1' twig .
fl' .-. A xwaunmfp- I W , -Mr-,A-... ' ,
if f 4 U - i - 57" "' --z. 3
.vi 1 l ' qc
1 ' . "'..,.hg
' ' fr?
-1 Q' I
PQ:-"':""',-L 'tt -A vig J, xx
.5 ' ' 1-5'-L- -i"
Divers Mike Gieber, Richard Lipham and Bobby
Ryan provided the diving strength for the tankers
this year. Ryan won the one meter diving
Knight and Ronnie Wright warm up before their competition at state.
00-yard breaststroke event.
McDowell, Ryan, freestyle relay win state
-v' rw h 'Hasan V ENV ls' N rpm.
. ,. c
r " z . .. f "'
1... V A s .,. , 1
. . . ,V ,,, tm -su
4 4.-A-rv., ., -,P
David Knight, Ricky Demmler and Jackie Parnell pre-
pare to enter the 100-yard backstroke event.
1- Q '-
.. , fi A., 'P
A, in . 'Aa 'A' , 35 -5 .A K -xl
These swimmers represented the Seahorses in the 200-yard free-
style this year. They are Richard Bacon, Ricky Demmler and
Mike Lindsey, Hugh McDowell Stewart
and Weldon Andrews competed in the 100-yard
freestyle this year. Hugh won the 200-yard
freestyle at the state meet.
Nicky Nickell shakes the water
from his face after his pre-meet
warm-up practice. Nicky com-
peted in the 50-yard freestyle
Hugh McDowell and Tom Brown were the Seahorses'
representatives in the 50-yard freestyle.
rt At '
f-...,WW,. 5 sei.
.M t.., M...
TP 1 K
X N51-.. .......f"'
Dee Lucado, Tom Brown and Richard Sybesma entered the 100-yard butterfly
at the state meet.
Girls' swim team grabs state title
I 1, 5
' t r W
FIRST ROW: Sherry Kay Austin, Jeanne Headrick, Lynn Hollis, Belinda Batchelor and Janis
Pinkston. SECOND ROW: Susan Morgan, Nancy Morgan, Prissy Taylor, Nedra Hutchinson
and Paula Manes.
In the one meter diving Prissy The medley relay team of Jeanne Headrick Nanc
Taylor placed fourth and Morgan, Nedra Hutchinson and Lynn Hollis won
Sherry Austin fifth at the state at state.
The freestyle relay team placed fifth at state. They are Susan Morgan, Paula
Manes, Belinda Batchelor and Janis Pinkston.
Nancy Morgan and Nedra Hutchinson
placed high in their events.
As the oil industry got its start, a move-
ment to consolidate the six school districts
within the county gained momentum. In 1938
the Andrews Independent School District was
formed, but it was done despite a group from
the Florey School District who fought consolida-
tion all the way to the Court of Civil Appeals.
Florey was also the site of the first county post
office. A county park has been established
there featuring a small herd of deer.
A billionth barrel marker flefty is located
in front of the courthouse built in 1938 and
added onto in the early 195O's. The oil fields
reached the billionth mark in 1965.
School Board establishes school policy
Board members fl to rj: Wayne Baker, secretaryg Ellison Tom, presidentg and Lloyd
Morgan, vice president.
Board members fl to rj: Bill Rowlett, Jim Brown, S. P. Echols and Dan Sullivan.
KEITH HARDING, assistant principal
Office handles student,
school business records
r igfi.,r.'jf1'-LQLSQY -f W- sf
Linda Bromley seems surprised at the length of
Mr. Robertson's history homework assignment.
Keith Harding serves
as assistant principal
I H - , .dt-
N, , , . .
sf, .. K it- -
MRS. GLORIA BROWN
M RS. NELL FOSTER
MRS. CHARLENE PEARCY
French, Latin, Spanish offered to students
MISS FLORENCE LAVENDER
B,A, , Texas Tech
EDWARD H. NICHOLS
B, A., East Texas
M. Ed., Sul Ross
Business teaches skills for office iobs
B. S. , Howard Payne
East Texas State Univ.
MRS. GRACE UNDERWOOD
B.S. , Univ. of Texas
Univ. of Hawaii
Business Dept. Chairman
Future Teachers of
MRS. JANET JACKSON
B. B, A, , Texas Tech
B, B, A., Texas Tech
B,S. , M,A., North
Texas State Univ.
Terry Wimberly quizzes Mrs. Thelma Fennel Art Club
on the procedure of a bacterial growth experi- Art Dept. Chairman
ment as Gary Hilliard listens.
Music enriches voice, instrumental talent
GARY IVY BOB CHEEK DUANE RIEGEL
B.S., M. Ed., B,M. Ed., West B.M.. Hardin-
Abilene Christian Texas State Univ. SimfflOI1S UHiV.
Cgllege Freshman Choir
TOM R. ADAMS
B, S., M. Ed. , Hardin-
JESUS M, BARRERA
B. M. , Texas Univ.
M. M. , North Texas
Soclol studies depicts growth of civi ization
B, S, , Sul Ross
M. Ed., Midwester
Social Studies Dept
Social Studies Club
B. S, , McMur1'y College
B.S., M. Ed., Ste en
B. S. , Texas Tech
M.A. West Texas
ALFRED W. SHOFFIT
B,S, , Univ. of Texas
M. Ed., West Texas
Univ. of Minnesota
Science Dept. Chairman
DERREL E. WALL
B,S, Ed. , Abilene
MRS. Tl-IELMA FENNEL
B.A, , Univ. of Texas
M. Ed., Sul Ross
Univ. of Colorado
B.A.. M.s., Abilene
College of Southwest
skill of scientific thought
EDDIE G. BULL
B, S. Ed., Abiliene
Sophomore Class Adviser
B. S,E, , M.E., Abilene
Freshman Class Adviser
Vocational students learn by apprenticeship
MRS. CI-IARLENE JACKSON
Odessa Beauty College
SAM M. GANTT
B. S. , M. S. , North
Texas State Univ.
B. B. A. , Sul Ross
Univ. of Texas
Clubs of America
Auto Mechanics CVICAJ
Derrel Wall lectures to his class on the pro-
cess of obtaining the British thermal units of
a substance .
P. E. implements mental, physical health
ii gig 55? 'll 532
-xl XS ,,.L. .mn
B. S. , Southwest Texas
M. Ed., Texas Tech
Univ. of Texas
MRS. JO ANN KNIGHT
B. S. , Texas Tech
Girls' Physical Ed.
Senior Class Adviser
EDD R. FARMER
B S McMurry College
MISS PEGGY EDGAR
B.S. , M. Ed. , Sul Ross
B.S., M. Ed., West
Texas State Univ.
P,E, Dept. Chairman
Alfred W. Shoffit
slides for an experiment
Math improves students' reasoning ability
B. S., East Texas
Univ. of Texas
Univ. of Houston
Texas Christian Univ.
B. S, , Univ. of Texas
M. Ed., Univ. of New
Univ. of Wyoming
State College of Iowa
Univ. of Utah
MRS. RUTHIE WILLIAMS
B. A, , Texas Tech
B. S. , Howard Payne
M. Ed., Sul Ross
Kansas State Univ.
Univ. of Arizona
Univ. of Illinois
B, S. , Texas Tech
M, S. , East Texas
Univ. of Illinois
West Texas State
Math Dept. Chairman
Math Coordinator 1-12
B, S. , Southern
M. Ed. , Stephen F.
MRS. ELIZABETH BOWDEN
B.A. , M. Ed. , Hardin-
Univ. of Nebraska
Univ. of Illinois
Industrial Arts perfects manual skills
H Eg lm M2454 Hsu gl! , ws
:lf lui Weill , .fl
, X M' as-i'YV?p1'!lfffi?f2.if!ii!!55F-fill?f?rllififdEv5ff , 1' f :
...gg S+. . . iffiilf'll??lle'i5fii55222555355l!Elfffif5?l1fiffififf A S
'sffiliiffigisfrsgsfrfr W 1f1Er2!fz'2.f'f!2lflilwfufl Igllis lfaalwff' 'ss mia: Slflfrfif5ff!S5Q3a15w4gff1i5
siizslrifiaggiwfi. ...liar -. fl 255152. gEzi!I.gg,flI:gssEiEaf.i5 lg:iQ'2fglll'.illfif! lg!! fall 2Q32?glifffflfglgizwz.'
isffgiilffieiizsffilizi V? .5f:la:,f1f..l,'zflfzgg2f5 rf iw H. ifaff' ,fbgfisl nflsllfilliiflslllflilliliflf
:Evf!fe2g3?ffugif!e5fr'if, lfi. ,:, 5'llilfllilfrlilififmzif lm ning gg .lit .f-'lu rlrtlfitlllillfsigfflifgzfgy
S. Arifzizlsllffiflsivufi!ll .
ggggfsgfgfgllfzffrf Tm.. it if53245igifefiifpflisli gf .lf .pl gi . gre- I 1 iimsllililifli 4 gfsglifgiuififfilfffss
rzfflwiilfii M fg' ' 2,331 ..,,,' . ,. :Ellzf2'gzl2,t',2lf534ffif!lr dir lg' .In l -f1g, . ,f5l',,f?9ff.. rl 'fri flgffrimilli'5??23315f?!fff?
f535,SfEii5!53i5E4 g.3 O . ,. ""LX r i ng iglf!i,ag5Z5g!5fffi555zi22?f'flgilgggl ia ill.: , -.151 .1figgggipggggllgaggsitfggigt
ffwg,t" . s- 1... I es. v- .1 X ,-.-'N .S f Q W .L nh. 2' a5.e.f -,.1g54.z,5gigf'.,ge
25.i'gi',au,f'fa' if ' , if wi HlrVliei'1ffE.1lflf'lilfl" 42. l. .. ff! fffgzifsrifliiJzszrm.
.a:.!',1l,.gg.,?,gf.55 W -' 'Kiwi , .lpfaffg5,gg.,i:s'jf,g'gfllgglgli? , gm ill:its11555555Sgiggliiiglgigiigiffif
-'r 'H if ' 1 M: .Nw sl ' f if 'f rf fn:zz..sffe535.6-szfliief
.5120 ...wh - .K ,. . , sighs, il fgU5.,,,5m is ,J W,..,s..r....:5..s.l2.,.l,a...f
iw-r"'..z"w- 'Q Iliff Q Il .f'1:ff5r.1.'r,fsw ,Ml ' If ' 6 xl
gm. N Q Q A 5, K - as 311,19srfxffgqgggggg
"2-I'-Ifllflfffffflff' ll' f-.ill llll'f'l3il3l'f5 fill '.lll.:ilffff" I Iif'sl'5isli5:rlifffffgfflifffiiifi
'L 5 v a ' , I .1 in ' iw rr L,f'wf,z
,"55i5g,zz,:':s,l. lik, " ug: liefl,!l,f5'2Lrfllll ' " " ' will ifI24.55lijaiggfslfllgigliifig,
ills ,,, p U. , I ngfgzlp I .lzifJ,i5fggljf53l
fsa sfs 1 E.i
aa as assals
. . A . FQ'-f 1 . a -'.,'f.:' 'E M!
MRS. JUNE DANIEL
B. S. , Univ. of Southern
Future Homemakers of
MRS. LILLIAN ROGERS
B. S, , Mississippi
State College for
M. A. , Univ. of
B,S. , M. Ed. , Sul Ross
North Texas State Univ.
Industrial Arts Dept.
DAVID L. HILL
B, S. , Sul Ross
Colorado State College
Industrial Arts Club
personal, family living
Library furnishes key to advanced learning
MISS MARTHA JUNE
B. A. , Southern
M.A,, Texas Tech
Univ. of Oklahoma
Univ. of Texas
MRS. LOU ANN REX
B. S. , Waynesburg
Music enriches voice, instrumental talent
.i5lY rf' '32-2
.V ' "b'
' . 'Y' :ra
, , , I aff?
.rye H fa -rv W- fs.re,..va,:a m
GEM M W- ' f'!ff3,. . , r -sffeffir
.am .sr W. ,, f ,r ,...
r c,s,.?w .. sms, ,airs - ,s. ,,.
'r E23 isa
g is t Q
3 2 4
' ' Chia
s . er-. .ef ' f
1 A V
a. W ii'
- , is 1
W e W i
,J Ji- it
-1 '41534' '15 vi fi' v - r aa ,ml ' S . f f
Mr. Adams prepares to play a
record on the communication
center in the choir room.
The system is part of the new
equipment included in the
addition of the new wing.
JOHN H. HOGUE
B, S., Sul Ross
Fine Arts Dept.
Counselors provide guidance for students
BILLIE G. GORDON
B, S. , North Texas
State Univ .
M. Ed. , Sul Ross
MISS MONA GAIL TINSLEY
B. S. , Oklahoma College
M. Ed. , East Texas
State Univ. T
Special Ed. adapts students to society
Gwen Lowrance fl to rj and Karen Ulan receive
basic sewing instructions from home economics
teacher, Mrs. Rogers.
MRS. CAROLE LAWSON
B.A.A,, Texas Tech
College of Southwest
English emphasizes goals
of improved reading,
JOHN C. VANDERBURG
B,A. , M.A, , Stephen F.
Univ. of Texas
English Dept. Chairman
MRS. ZEL ROBERTS
B. A, , Baylor Univ.
MISS BILLIE HARDING
B. A. , M. A., Texas Tech
B. A. , McMurry College
Junior Class Adviser
MRS. NELL BROWN
B.A. , Univ. of Texas
North Texas State
MISS GWENNA SUE LOWE
B,A. , Univ. of Texas
Univ. of Houston
writing, listening, speaking for students
if ,fgi-Emp 4
MRS. J. LEE sM1TH MRS. MARY BELCHER MRS, MARIE MASH
B. A. , Texas Wornen's B. A. , Eastern B, S., M. A, , Qklahoma
Univ. New Mexico Univ. State Univ.
North Texas State
Univ . of Austin
s history recorded through iournalism
, s- fi was as 'L
. ,,,.,,.sx,u.,,,n,Af,,., flaw, ...ir
315 41 in
if ig -.3
swf. ff slyiigaxgs.
1 as 4 R r
We aifif its
we , A 1 .,
s u avrenrsff
4 su L
. . .J G.-...,,. . 2gQ:ff1-fggfsmasfs?
elf' A .S is-fi, '
,QQ Qi . s i., A ., vf '5,r 5-,ers
- sp -.f ' , 'iss K wai as
-2 txif -2. ga-
f- ,t,tt -I
,ff ,.i.,ft1:.m::rfmf '- ' sr ,.vxsss "f.f
.R .s 41.35, ,M ...., A .f ,,f,,1.-ffm . , K gyfaugriaiq A , , k y xisiz-,f,,!fis,swt
1 , -1. -'
afVi?:iw.fa A '
22 Q '.
iffff ,saw af A
rt... -A .dfiafeiaiif 32 R
Rsisazifffffiszs, airffff 1
B.S. , East Texas
Univ. of Missouri
Mrs. Fennel looks over bacteria cultures
which were prepared by her biology stu-
dents in an experiment studying bacterial
Mr. Barrera demonstrates the rhythm of a new piece of
music before the orchestra begins rehearsal.
Duties of teachers varied . . .
monitors a math
test while Jerre
Van Wie ponders .
Lots of coffee helps fortify the teachers.
It keeps Mrs. Brewer fleftj busy keeping
coffee cups available. Mr. Underwood
fbelowj prepares tests in the workroom .
1W5fHI'1f?5i'5Q"M?15X3fiiW 5if2riYI'LEHH2TI , WA? 1, F f ""'P'WW"5'5
One thing that aids the teachers is the student assistant program.
Senior Steve Byrne types stencils for Mrs. Roberts, English instructor
With irrigation so costly, farmers were
dependent on scanty natural rainfall: there-
fore, agriculture did not play a major role in
the economy of the county.
Religion beat education to the area: Means
Memorial Methodist Church was founded in
1903 and was located near downtown, where
the present church building stands.
The marker Cleftj greets visitors to the
city on South Main, emphasizing the role oil
has played in the development of the county,
city and school.
f v,,S 'r
Freshman Mike Gordon pushes penny around Mustang during the first
week of school as his initiation.
Gay Nell Carruth
Lee Ann Beyers
We're quite sure Chuck Donaldson can explain this untimely "blink, " The chances are 10-l Mr Boles
will believe him .
Mike Hilton, Douglas Hays and
Maria Acosta appear as hardwork
ing freshmen in Mrs. Belcher s
fifth period English class
Frosh win canned food drive with 133 cans
Roy Don Hodges
Hutcheson, Miss Rogers freshman favorites
C. E. Johnson
BUFFY HUTCHESON LINDA ROGERS
Pat Carroll, freshman, refinishes
a chair made in Mr. Hill's fourth
period shop class.
Beating heart featured on Freshman float
Judy Mc Murry
Buffy Hutcheson heads freshman class
Ralph Lewis demonstrates proper use of
band saw in Mr. Hi1l's fourth perlod
Arlene McCullough fish queen candidate
Gary Hilliard helps Wesley Sher-
man crack ice to cool saliva in a
lab experiment on enzyme action
in Mrs. Fennel's fourth period
John Tumlinson puts a
clamp on a ring stand as
Johnny Rodriquez helps
set up the experiment
they are working on in
Mr. Conner's fourth
period class .
Jo Evelyn Templeton
Jerry Tharp waits patiently for
Linda Bromley to finish talking
with Dedra Kennedy to take her to
the Marriage Booth at the annual
Marsha Little works on her assign-
ment as Carl Rodgers is caught
looking at a car magazine in Mr.
Morrow 's fifth period.
NOT PHOTOGRAPHED: Patrick Carroll Wayne Johnson
David Fletcher Donald Snelling
Barbara Hawthorne Esther Jefferson
Freshman Ginger White-
head and Nancy Morgan
prepare a speech in the
library for Mr. Hogue's
fifth period class.
Mike Hilton and Debbie
Cox fbelowj work 'on
literature in Mrs. Belcher's
fifth period English class.
Mrs. Williams' fifth period Algebra I class
works diligently to finish class work on time.
Alfred Luna fabovej puzzles over a literary prob-
lem in Mrs. Belcher's fifth period English class.
Keith Clanahan leads class for second year
r hV1,, is l or
Y . , v . 1
if p .,,e
Sophomore class officers put final touches on the sophomore Valentine Post Office in which carnations sealed
sentiments, and singing telegrams are sold to raise money for the junior senior prom Officers are Susan Morgan
vice presidentg Gary Cox, vice presidentg Keith Clanahan, presidentg Johnny Horton vice president Rudi Nelson
secretaryg and Mike Gaston, vice president.
Snoopy tops sophomore's
Kay Grissom was
Queen at the
drew a record-
abs honorable mention
Rick Perez works in Art III on his oil paint
ing of a waterfront.
in homecoming parade
Rudi Nelson, Lenis Pipkin two top salesmen
honored in sophomore toothbrush campaign
E. W. Forbess
the short story
After picking up absentee slips,
office girls, Sandra Helton and
Linda boggs, finish their home-
Mary Nell Harris
Sophomores sponsor Valentine post off
Linda Sue Martin
Lynda B. Martin
class largest money making proieci'
-.,m'r,., -f.-f ,a.,ef,i :,,,., r.,.l ,amass
Students show school spirit by
doing the victory chant at the
P annual bonfire which was one of
the largest in many years.
De Aun Rehders
Horton, Miss Nelson sophomore favorites
JOHNNY I-IORTON RUDI NELSON
Mr. Ketcham makes sure the tape sup-
port he's placing on a weak ankle will
do the job.
Tommy Floyd and Paul Hathaway fend off
opponents in their fourth period P.E. class
while playing dodge ball.
Ierre Van Wie
Bobbie Sue Weeks
Shadows begin to get long as students change classes from building to
bu1ld1ng in the afternoon.
Mark Bader named iunior class president
V K' f t er,e f
Junior class officers pose by Shafter Trail monument on South Broadway. They are Randy Griffith, Vice president
Sara Rogers, vice presidentg Mark Bader, presidentg Steve Rose, vice presidentg Candy Hutcheson, secretaryg and
Brodie Hutchinson, vice president.
De Lane Bearden
Janis Payne crowned homecoming queen
While studylng for one of Mrs. Roberts English III exams James Kmg fell asleep
La Donna Cowan
Ray Nell Echols
Larry Hutson explains
the procedure for
putting up the Christ-
mas Window in the Art
Department for Dug
Belcher, senior class
Connie Io Goyen
Forrest Ann Guest
Miss Lavender's English 11
class, keeping busy with class-
work, is totally oblivious of
RusseII's Ruffies de vulgarize
Vcmderburg's Dlrfy Words
Ray Nell Murphy
Larry Martin demonstrates some of the finer arts
Larry Mathis is attentively listening to a speech of cheating before mid-term exams for a feature
given by Linda Bray in Mr. Hogue's speech class. in the school newspaper.
Mary Ellen Rodriquez
Cynthia Rigdon is laboriously
putting in a zipper in Mrs. Roger's
fourth period sewing class.
Glenda Patterson, junior, reviews shorthand principles in Mrs Underwood s fourth
I im Stone
Miss Rogers, Rose iunior favorites
L. J. Turner
SARA ROGERS STEVE ROSE
Linda Sue Watson
Carla Feland shows Jeffrey Beilue
the procedure for making mosiac
trees. The homemaking classes
climaxed a unit of child care with
Mr. Cody, Miss Lowe, Larry Hutson, Mr. Ketcham, Shelton Smith,
Steve Hays and Dug Belcher display their talentsat the Monahans
pep rally by singing "Ode to a Gone Lobo."
Kay Grissom reigns as Halloween queen
Sherry Kay Austin
Becky Kellum leads
the singing of the
alma mater at the
closing of the junior-
senior banquet. Mark
Bader, junior class
president Qleftj, wel-
comed the senior
class, and Dug Bel-
cher, senior class
1 ,fu I 1. Kei. '1:el',zsri:',s542I' i"M'1
Mr. Bridge lectures
his afternoon class on
the theory of auto
mechanics at the be-
ginning of the year.
Later in the year the
boys put the theory
into practice by
working on cars.
McQuuHers, Miss Six senior favorites
P m 1 JOE MCQUATTERS PAM SIX
Betty Sue Day
The cheering squad
formed especially for
the basketball game
with Perryton cheers
the team on to vic-
tory at Lubbock Coli-
seum at the first
game of the regional
Barbara Dockall Terry Dockery David 5155011
Judy Gantt Charles George Reba Gerald
Seniors set pace for bonfire race
Robert White, Iannifer Cooper, Billie
Smith, John Parish and De Lane Bearden
prepare the hat-check booth for the
Arabian Nights prom.
Mary Ellen Hayse
Gerald Wayne Hicks
Joan Ellen Hill
Kathe Millican, Becky Belcher, Ian Coleman,
Prissy Taylor and Suzan Morris apply finishing Lynn Arnold and Terry Browning braid John Toch-
touchesr to the sedan chair used as the centerpiece terman's hair in Mr. Nash's third period economics
at the junior-senior banquet. class - economically of course.
James Robert Hirst
Seniors head basketball refreshment booth
Mary Ann Jackson
Im' 'E - W
K K K c a ress K
Paula Kay Q.
Council campaigns for TASC presidency
Gary Don Lloyd
Delores Luna Judy Lyon Terry McBeth
Sharon McCraw Barbara McCullough Hugh McDowell
Miss Lavender, French and English
teacher, reviews a sophomore Eng-
f lish class over "The Red Badge of
Courage . "
Bobby Martin waits for classmates to clear
out from under the dome area before
attempting to go to class.
Seniors run town on Government Day
Mary Beth Murphy
'ft Kari? fn
Mr. Leach goes up for another two
points in the senior-faculty game.
Jerry Yarbrough and Brodie Hutchin-
son look on as Billy Benham
attempts in vain to block the shot.
NanCY Pilgrim Brent Pinnell Delores Pipkin Pamela Plunkett
Bill Price Larry Ragland Danny Ragsdale Jeannee Raindl
Billy Benham , Terry
Dockery, Gordon Ramsey,
Scotty Niemarm and Jerry
Yarbrough arrange the
"debris" for the annual
bonfire which was held
before the Kermit game.
X 2 wY5.k
Beverly Sisk Pamela Six Billy Smartt
Michael Smyers Norma SoRe11e Rebecca S023
S'C6Ph6HS0I1 Michael Stevenson John Taylor Lynn Taylor
Tommy Jackson and Cathy Willis in the
opening moments of the play, "Shut and
Bar the Door, " portray a poor shepherd
and wife. The one-act play won second
place at UIL contest.
E., If 55,
. 'ef LM ,
' ' i
Kay Thom as
Six Flags chosen again for senior trip
i James Ward
2:a2f1f.i.!QlE5f12fi:'?'iiff:.i2' 1, - ' u , -1- ' 1 , ' W
Richard Van Hanken
Barbara Dockall learns the art of
setting hair in the new cosmetology
vocational course. Mrs. Jackson
teaches the new course .
Seniors compile impressive 4-year records
LINDA SUE ABNEY - Volleyball
3,4, Letterman 4, Co-Captain 43
FHA 4, Historian 4.
SUSAN ALLEN - Choir 1,3,43
President 3, A Cappella 4g Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Presi-
dent lg Allied Youth 1,2,33 FTA
1,2,3Q Belletristic Society 43 Stu-
dent Council Secretary 4, Alter-
nate 13 FNA 23 French Club, Sec-
retary 3 .
LYNN ARNOLD - FNA 1,23 FTA 23
Art Club 1,2,3,4j Manager of
Swimming Team 43 Science
SHERRY KAY AUSTIN - Choir 1,
3,4, A Cappella 1,4, Girls' Choir
1,43 FTA 2,3,4, Secretary 3,
President 43 Latin Club 2,3,43
NHS 3,43 Key Club Sweetheart 23
Industrial Arts Club Sweetheart 33
Homecoming Attendant 3 , 43
Girls' Swimming Team 3,43 An-
nual Staff 4, Ad Editor 4.
JAMES BAIRD - Football 1,2,3,
Letterman 3, All- District Honor-
able Mentiong Industrial Arts Club
43 Baseball 1,2,3, Letterman 33
Basketball 1, Letterman 1.
STEVE BALES - Football 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 3,43 Mustangers 43
Latin Club 1,3.
DUG BELCHER - Football 1,2,3,
Letterman 33 Track 13 Choir 1,2,
3,4, A Cappella 2,3,4, Choir
Council 1,2,3,43 Class President
2,3,4, Class Vice President 13
Student Council 3,43 Key Club 2,
3,4, President 43 Spanish Club 3.
BILLY BENHAM - Basketball 1,23
Track 1,2, Letterman 23 Latin
Club 13 Mustangers 43 Mixed Choir
1 ,2 .
BILL BIRCHFIELD - Industrial Arts
Club 2,3,4, Sergeant-at- Arms 43
JOHNNY BLACK - Tennis 1,2,3,
District Doubles Champ 1,3,
Regional Doubles Champ 3, 3rd
Place State Doubles 33 ICT-VICA
DIXIE BLACKBURN - Annual staff
2,3,4, Co-Editor 43 Spanish Club
1,2,3,43 FTA 2,3Q Spirit Guard 23
National Thespian Society 4.
LINDA BOGGS - 2nd Place Region-
al Editorial Writing 33 Homeroom
President 33 Round-Up News Editor
3, Round-Up Editor 43 FTA 1,2,3,
43 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Treas-
urer 3,43 National Thespian So-
ciety 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4,
Sweetheart 4g Belletristic Society
4, Reporter 4.
LYNDA BRAY - Forensic Team
Extemporaneous Speaking 1 ,2, 3,
4, Secretary 43 National Thespian
Society 2,3,4, Secretary 43 FTA
1,21 Spanish Club 3,43 Student
Christian Union 43 Round-Up 23
Belletristic Society 43 Social Stud-
ies Club 4.
DAVID BRENHOLTZ - Band 1,2,3,
4, All- District 3,43 Math Club 2,
33 French Club 3,4.
TERRY BROWNING - Football 1,23
Track 1,2,3, Letterman 33 Choir
1,2,3, A Cappella 33 Latin Club
3,41 Belletristic Society 4g Allied
Youth 33 Student Christian Union
23 NHS 3,4.
SANDY BRYANT - Spanish Club 3,
43 FTA 3,4Q FHA 1,43 Spirit Guard
2,35 Student Christian Union 4.
SHERRY BURK - FTA 1,2,3,4,
Historian 43 Science Club 23 Span-
ish Club 33 Art Club 1,2,3,4, Sec-
retary 2,3,43 Social Studies Club
43 Tennis 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2.
ROSS BURNS - Track 13 Tennis 1,
23 Homeroom President li ICT-
VICA 4, Reporter 43 Choir 1.
PEGGY BURSON - Choir 1,2,3,
Vice President 33 FNA 1,2,3, Sec-
retary- Treasurer 33 French Club 3,
4, Reporter 4g Round-Up 43 Spirit
STEVE BYRNE - Football 1,2,3,
Letterman 3g Basketball 1,23 Base-
ball 13 A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4,
Councilman 4, Moonshiner 43
Allied Youth 1,2,3, President 2,3Q
Ke.y Club 4, Parliamentarian 43
Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor 43
SARA CADDELL - Choir 1,2,3,43
FHA 3,43 Student Christian Union3.
JERRY CARAWAY - Football 1,2,
3, Letterman 33 Track 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 3,43 Auto Mechanics,
VICA 4, Treasurer 43 Mustangei-s4.
ION CARROLL - Track 13 Swim-
ming 23 Industrial Arts 2,3.
ROY CARTER - Football 1,2,3,
Letterman 33 Golf 1,2,3,4, Letter-
man 4g Class Vice President 2,3,43
Homeroom Pres vent 1,43 Key
Club 43 Spanish Club 3,43 Mustang-
ers 43 A Cappella Choir 3,4.
ROXANA CLARK - Latin Club 1,2,
33 Math Club 2,3, Secretary 3g
Science Club 2,3.
DONNITA CLAY - Academic
Award 33 A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,
43 Alternate Cheerleader 23 Candy
Striper 2,3,4, Reporter3 FTA 3,4,
Parliamentarian 43 Girls' Choir 1,
2,3,43 Golden Horseshoe 43 Home-
room President 43 Latin Club 1,32
Meanest Little Girl 33 NHS 3,43
Spirit Guard 23 Annual Staff 4,
Honors Section Editor 4.
EDDIE CLARK - Debate 3,43 Ex-
temporaneous Speaking 43 National
Thespians Society 2,3,43 Science
Club 3,43 Social Studies Club 43
Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President
MARGARET CLEMENTS - Academic
Award 33 Homeroom President 4g
FTA 2,3,43 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4,
Vice President 33 French Club 43
NHS 3,43 Allied Youth 3.
DONNA CRABTREE - Choir 1,2,3,
43 Spanish Club 3,43 Allied Youth
2,33 Belletristic Society 43 Spirit
Guard 23 FTA 3,4.
SUSAN CRAIG - Cheerleader 1,2,
Head Cheerleader 2, First Alter-
nate Varsity Cheerleader 3,43
Meanest Little Girl 13 Band 13
Tennis 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,43
FTA 3,42 French Club 3,4, Presi-
dent 43 NHS 3,43 Interclub Council
Secretary 4g UIL Spelling 3,4, 2nd
in District 35 Belletristic Society 4.
DAN CROW - Band l,2,3,4, All-
Region 15 French Club 3,45 Math
MONTY COUCH - DECA 45 Home-
room President 4.
FRANCINE DALLAS - Choir 1,25
FNA 15 French Club 3.
BETTY SUE DAY - FHA l,2,4.
BARBARA DOCKALL - Choir l,2,
3,45 Spanish Club 35 VICA 4, Sec-
retary 45 Halloween Queen Attend-
ant 15 Spirit Guard 2.
TERRY DOCKERY - Football 1,
Manager 15 Basketball 15 Track 25
DAVID ELLISON - Football 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 3,45 Baseball 15 Key
Club 3,45 Mustangers 4.
TOMMY FINLEY - Football 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 2,3,4, All-District
3, Honorable Mention 4, Captain
45 Basketball l,2,3, Letterman 35
Track l,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,45
Class President 15 Class Vice Presi-
dent 2,35 Powder Puff King 35 NHS
3,45 Latin Club 4.
JUDY GANTT - Tennis l,2,3,4,
District Champ 1,35 Class Vice
President l,2,35 Homeroom Presi-
dent 45 Student Council l,2,3,4,
Parliamentarian 45 NHS 3,4, Sec-
retary 45 Spanish Club 35 Art Club
l,2,3,4, President 2,3, Vice Pres-
ident 45 Belletristic Society 4, Sec-
retary 45 Candy Striper 3,4, Vice
President 45 Academic Award 35
Golden Horseshoe 4.
CHARLIE GEORGE - Football l,2,
3, Captain l,2, Letterman 25
Round-Up 3, Exchange Editor 35
Key Club 2,3,45 Mustangers 3,4,
Vice President 45 Homeroom Presi-
dent 3,45 VICA 4, Vice President4.
REBA GERALD - Choir 3,4, Presi-
dent 45 Cosmetology, VICA 4,
Sweetheart 45 Homeroom President
KENNETH GIBSON - Baseball l,2,
3,4, Letterman 3,45 Basketball 2,
3,4, Letterman 45 Orchestra l,2,
3,4, Who's Who Orchestra 35 NHS
SANTA GONZALES - Cosmetology,
KAY GRISSOM - A Cappella Choir
l,2,3,4, Accompanist l,2,3,4,
Sweetheart 3, Secretary 4, All-
Region Choir l,2,3,4, All-State
Choir 4, Girls' Trio 2,3,45 Who's
Who in Leadership 35 Halloween
Queen 45 FTA 35 Allied Youth 2,
3, Secretary 35 Spanish Club 45
Student Christian Union 2,35 NHS
LINDA GREAVES - Choir 3, Sec-
retary5 Persuasive Speaking 1,2,3,
Letterman 3, 3rd in District 35
Debate 45 Student Council 2,3,45
NHS 3,45 National Thespian So-
ciety l,2,3,4, Vice President 35
Class Secretary 45 FTA 2, 3, Vice
President 35 Spanish Club 2,3,4,
Secretary 3,45 Chamber of Com-
merce Essay Contest Winner 4.
KAY HADAWAY - Choir 1,2,45
STEVE HAGER - DECA 4.
RICHARD HAMILTON - Golf l,2,
3,4, Letterman 3,4, All-District
35 Spanish Club 3,45 Belletristic
Society 45 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45
Basketball 1,25 Homeroom Presi-
KAREN HANSON - Choir l,2,3,4,
A Cappella 2,35 Spirit Guard 25
VICA 45 FNA 1.
STEVE HARRELSON - Football 1,
2,3,4, Letterman 3,4, All-District
Honorable Mention 45 Baseball 1,
25 Latin Club 35 Belletristic So-
ROBERT HAYNIE - Band 1,2,3,45
Basketball l,2,3,4, Letterman 45
Baseball l,2,3,4, Letterman 3,45
Belletristic Society 4.
MARY HAYSE - FHA 1,25 Spirit
SANDRA HELTON - Choir 1,
A Cappella 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 1,
2,3,45 Speech Activities 2,3,4,
2nd in State 35 National Thespians
Society l,2,3,4, President 45 NHS
3,45 Spanish Club 35 Belletristic
Society 45 Forensic League 45
Spirit Guard 2.
KENNY HERONEMA - Industrial
Arts Club 2,3,4, President 3,4,
District Vice President 45 Inter-
club Council 3,45 3rd Place Wood-
working at District Fair 2, lst
Place in Sheet metal at District
Fair 35 State Industrial Arts 2,3,4,
WAYNE HIBBS - 3rd at Regional
Science Fair 25 lst at Regional Sci-
ence Fair 35 Latin Club 1,2,3,45
Mr. Gorman, industrial arts teacher, assists
freshman Larry Decker with a mechanical
Math Club 2,3,4, Vice President
3, President 45 Science Club 2,3,
4, President 45 NHS 3,4,
SHARON HICKS - FNA 15 FTA 35
FHA 1,3,4, Vice President 45
Industrial Arts Club 4, Sweetheart
45 IVICA, Cosmetology 4, Reporter.
JOAN HILL - Monahans High
School: Pep Club 2,35 FTA 3,45
Choir 3,45 Tennis 1.
RODNEY HOLMES - Football 1,2,
3', Letterman 35 Auto Mechanics,
VICA 45 Mustangers 4.
CRAIG HOPKINS - Swimming l,2,
3, Letterman 1,2,35 Choir 2.
NORMAN HOUSTON - Swimming
l,2, State Alternate 25 Football 4,
Letterman 45 Track 35 Spanish
Club 2,35 Mustangers 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 45 VICA 4, Secretary 4.
SUE HUCKABEE - FTA 2,3,45
Spanish Club 2,3,4, Parliamen-
tarian 45 Belletristic Society 45
Social Studies Club 45 Yearbook 45
Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 45 SCU 3
JIMMY HUNGERFORD - Track
Manager 2,35 Football Manager 35
Math Club 2, 3,45 Social Studies
Club 4, Vice President 45 Slide
Rule 2,3,4, 3rd in District 35
Phillips Scholastic Scholarship
finalist5 Sul Ross History Contes-
DEBORAH HUTCHESON - Student
Council Representative 1 , 2 , 3,
President 45 Tennis 1,2,3,4,
Letterman l,2,3,4, District Sin-
gles 1, District Doubles 2,3,
Doubles District Champ 35 Band
l,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Band Rep-
resentative l,2, Drum Major 45
Allied Youth 15 Student Christian
25 Vice President of Class 1, Sec-
retary 2,35 Orchestra 1,2,3,45
Candy Stripers 3,4, President 35
NHS 3,45 Halloween Queen 35
Homecoming Queen Attendant 45
Class Favorite 2,3.
LARRY HUTSON - Football l,2,3,
Letterman 35 Track 1,25 A Cap-
pella Choir 15 Round-Up Cartoonist
3, 4th Place Cartoon Division -
Texas High School Press Associa-
tion 35 Yearbook Art Editor 35
Who's Who in Art 35 Student Coun-
cil l,2,3,4, Vice President 35
DECA 4, President 45 Key Club 3,
4, Treasurer 45 Art Club 2,3,4,
Reporter 45 Vice President 45
Master of Ceremonies Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quet 35 Mustangers 4.
BARBARA JACKSON - Choir l,2,
3,4, A Cappella 45 SCU 2,3,45
Spirit Guard 2,35 FHA 45 Cosme-
tology 4, Parliamentarian 4.
MARY ANN JACKSON - FTA 15
CAROLYN JONES - FNA 15 French
Club 3,45 Annual 45 Choir 2.
MIKE JONES - Choir 1,2,3,45
A Cappella 45 Football 15 Basket-
ball 25 Baseball 1,2,3.
JAMES JONES - ICT 45 VICA 4.
RICHARD JORDAN - Choir 15 Span-
ish club 2,45 Latin Club 35 History
Club 45 Golf l,2,3,4, Letterman4.
REBECCA KELLUM - A Cappella
Choir 1,2,3,45 All- State Choir 15
All-Region Choir 1,2,3,45 FTA 25
FNA 15 SCU 2,3,4, Secretary 35
Vice President 45 Academic Award
35 UIL Solo 1,2,45 UIL Ensemble
1,2,45 NHS 3,45 Girls' Trio 2,3,45
Choir Council 4, Section Leader 4,
First Alternate All-State Choir 2,
KELLY KING - Football 15 Choir
l,2,3,45 A Cappella 2,3,4.
JOHNNY KRACHLA - DECA 4,
Historian 45 Band 1,2-,3,45 Letter-
man 2,3,4, All- District Band 4.
RICKY LAMINACK - Basketball 1,
2,3,4, Letterman 3,4, All-District
4, Honorable Mention 35 Football
1,25 Debate l,2,3,4, Captain 3,4,
Second in District 35 French Club
3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Vice Pres-
ident 45 Belletristic Society 4,
President 45 NHS 3,45 Mustangers 4.
DENNIS LANGSTON - Football 1,
2,3,4, Letterman 3,45 Basketball
1,2,35 Baseball 1,35 Choir 15 Key
Club 3,45 Allied Youth 2,35 Stu-
dent Christian Union 35 Mustang-
MARSHA LEWIS - Spirit Guard 35
FNA 35 FHA 4.
GARRY LLOYD - FTA 15 Art Club
DAVID LOVING - Track l,2,
Letterman 1,25 Football 1,25
Basketball 1,25 Auto Mechanics 4.
GREG LOWRANCE - Football
Trainer 2,3,45 Basketball Trainer
2,45 Baseball Trainer 25 Spanish
Club 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 45
FTA 35 Junior Citizens of America
35 Forensics 45 Extemporaneous
DOLORES LUNA - Volleyball l,2,
3,4, Letterman 3,4, Captain 45
Choir l,2,3,4, A Cappella 45
FHA 4, Parliamentarian 4.
JUDY LYON - VICA 4, President 45
Spanish Club 35 Choir 1,2,3,45
TERRY McBET'l-I - Science Club 1,
25 LA, Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2,
3, Vice President 45 VICA 45
DONNA MCCANN - FHA 4.
BARBARA MCCULLOUGI-I - FNA 35
HUGH McDOWELL - JCA 3, Vice
Randy Matson, world record holder in shotput, con-
ducted a track clinic here this year.
Senior class leads school spirit contests
President 35 NHS 45 Latin Club 35
Belletristic Society 45 Key Club 45
Swimming 1 , 2,3,4, Co-Captain
3,4, District Champ 3,4, State
Finalist in Backstroke 3, State
Runner- Up in Individual Medley 3,
State Record Holder in Backstroke5
Choir 1,2,3,4, President 4, All-
Region 45 All-State Choir 45 Moon-
JOE MCQUATTERS - Auto Mechan-
ics 45 VICA 4, President5 Mustang-
LINDA MADISON - Spanish Club
3,45 Spirit Guard 2,35 FTA 1,35
Student Christian Union 45 Choir
1,2,3,4, A Cappella 2,3,4, Girls
Choir 2, 3,4.
LARRY MARTIN - Baseball 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 1,2,3,45 Football 1,
2,4, Letterman 45 Homeroom
President 45 FTA 3.
ROBERT MATTHEWS - Football 1,
2,35 Spanish Club 35 Art Club 3,45
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Mustangers 45
Industrial Arts Club 2.
LINDA JO MAXIE - Choir l,2,3,4-.
JACK MAY - Football 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 2,3 ,4, All- District 3,
4, All-South Plains 4, Tri-Captain
45 Track 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,
45 Key Club 2,3,45 Mustangers 3,
MIKE MILLER - Baseball 15 Swim-
ming 2, Letterman 25 ICT-VICA,
Parliamentarian 45 Mixed Choir 1,
RANDALL KEITH MILLER - Choir
1,2,3,4, A Cappella 3,4, A11-
Region Choir 45 French Club 3,4,
Vice President 3, Parliamentarian
45 Belletristic Society 4.
IRA RAY MILSON JR. - Band 1,25
FLOYD MONROE - Baseball 15
Swimming 2,35 VICA 4, Parlia-
JUDY MOORE - DECA 4.
MIKE MOORE - Basketball 25
Manager 35 Industrial Arts Club 25
VICA 45 Homeroom President 4.
SHIRLEY MOSLEY - Band 1,2,3,4,
Reporter 4, Band Council 45 Stu-
dent Christian Union 2,3,4, Vice
President 3, President 45 NHS 3,45
Spanish Club 45 Allied Youth 2,35
Math Club 35 Candy Striper 2,3,4,
Candy Striper of the Year 35 Orches-
tra 2,3,45 Drama 35 Interclub
CATHY MOXLEY - A Cappella
Choir 1,2,3,4, All-Region Choir
1,2,3,4, All-State Choir 45 Stu-
dent Christian Union 15 Allied
Youth 25 FTA 3,45 Literary Club 45
Spanish Club 45 Homeroom Presi-
dent 45 NHS 3,4, Treasurer5 Ready
Writing 35 Golden Horseshoe
MARY BETH MURPHY - FHA 15
Latin Club 25 FTA,35 DECA 4.
TERRY NIBLETT - Football 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 3,45 Track 1,2,3,
Letterman 35 Latin Club 1,25 Stu-
dent Christian Union 3,4.
DAN NICHOLS - Football 1,2,3,4,
Manager 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,3,
4, Manager 1,3,45 Spanish Club 1,
2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Presi-
dent 45 Who's Who in Foreign
Language 35 FTA 35 Baseball Man-
SCOTT NIEMANN - Basketball 1,
2,3,4, Letterman 3,45 Golf 2,3,4,
Letterman 2,3,4, All- District 3,
Captain 3, 4th in State 3, Regional
Medalist 35 Round-Up 4, Assistant
Editor 45 French Club 3,45 Mustang-
THERSA OWENS - DECA 4.
CHERYL PEARCY - FTA 1,25 Band
1,2,4, Twirler 2,45 Mustang
Beauty Candidate 25 Powder Puff
Captain 35 Candy Striper 2.
TIM PEARSON - Football 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 3,45 Track 3, Letterman
35 Class Vice President 15 NHS 3,
4, President 45 Latin Club 2,3,4,
NANCY PILGRIM - Latin Club 3.
BRENT PINNELL - ICT-VICA 4.
DELORES PIPKIN - Band 1,2,3,4,
Treasurer 45 Orchestra 3,45 FHA
4, Secretary 4.
PAM PLUNKETT - FTA 2,3,4,
Secretary 4, Delegate to State
Convention 45 Latin Club 3,45
Academic Award 35 Social Studies
Club 4, Historian 45 NHS 3,45
Annual Staff 4, Business Manager
45 Candy Striper 2,3,45 Student
Christian Union 25 Spirit Guard 25
BILL PRICE - Swimming 1,2, Let-
terman 1,25 Round-Up 1,25 VICA
LARRY RAGLAND - Football 1,2,
3,4, Letterman 3,45 Track 15 So-
cial Studies Club 4.
DANNY RAGSDALE - Swimming 1
2, Letterman 1,25 Band 1,25
JEANNINE RAINDL - French Club
45 Art Club 45 Choir 45 Morton
High School: Secretary 1,25 Pep
Squad 1,2,35 FHA 1,2,3, Treas-
urer 2, 5th Vice President 35 Coed
Correspondent5 Choir 2,35 Miss
Indian Capers Candidate 35 Sextet
35 Class Play 3.
LOUIE RAMIREZ - Band 1,25 FTA
35 Science Club 4, Vice President
45 Math Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45
Golden Horseshoe Award 45 State
Number Sense Champ 2,3,4,
Captain 3,45 Homeroom President
25 Track Manager 2,35 Football
Manager 35 Student Council 25
State Number Sense Finalist 1.
GORDON RAMSEY - Golf Team 1,
2,3,4, Letterman 3,45 Mustangers
45 Key Club 45 Science Club 45
Latin Club 1,2,3.
RUTH REID - Art Club 15 Choir 2,
3,45 DECA 4, Secretary-Treasurer
4, Sweetheart 45 Spirit Guard 2.
BENNY R. RENFRO - Swimming 1,
2,3, Letterman 2,35 Round-Up
Photographer 25 VICA 4.
PATSY RENFRO - FHA 2,35 DECA.
RUSTY REX - Baseball 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 45 Sul Ross History Con-
testant 35 Cheerleader 2,3,4,
Head Cheerleader 45 Spanish Club
1,2,3,4, Vice President 45 NHS
45 Social Studies Club 4, President
45 Allied Youth 25 Belletristic So-
ciety 45 FTA 2,35 Thespian 45
Homeroom President 45 Powder
Puff Attendant 3.
MARVIN ROUBISON - Football 1,
2,35 Letterman 3.
LINDA ROWLETT - Volleyball 1,
2,35 Letterman 35 Debate 3,45
Thespians l,2,3,45 NHS 3,45 FTA
25 Student Christian Union 3,45
Treasurer 45 Science Club 2,35-
Parliamentarian 35 Latin Club 2,
3,4, Secretary 45 French Club 3,
45 Candy Striper 2,3,45 Poetry
DOUGLAS WAYNE RUCKER - Foot-
ball 1,3,4, Letterman 3,45 Track
1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,4, lst
District Pole Vault 35 Art Club 1,
2,3,4, President 45 Key Club 2,3,4.
JERRY RYAN - Baseball 4.
DAVID SALDIVAR - Football 1,25
Track 2,3 .
SANDY SANDERS - Football 1,2,
3, Letterman 35 Track 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 45 Key Club 45 ICA 35
Choir 1,2,3,4, A Cappella 45
Homeroom President 1.
LAJUAN SEAL - Latin Club 2,35
Thespians 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35
Science Club 35 Belletristic So-
ciety 45 NHS 3,4.
JOEL SEARS - Band 15 Choir 15
Swimming 15 Spanish Club 2,35
Industrial Arts Club 4.
RAY SHARBUTT - Basketball 1,2,
3,4, Letterman 3,45 Football 15
Key Club 45 Mustangers 45 Latin
Club 2,4, Vice President 45
French Club 3, President 35 Allied
Youth 1,2,3, Vice President 2,3,
WESLEY SHERMAN - Band 1,2,3,
45 Drum Major 1,2,35 Assistant
Drum Major 4, Band President 4,
Student Conductor 1,2.
KAY LINDA SHOCKLEY - Band 1,
25 Choir 3,45 FNA 1,2.
LEWIS SIMPSON - Football 1,2,35
Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,2.
STEVE SMITH '- Golf 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 45 Round-Up 35 Key
Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Choir 15
Latin Club 1,25 Mustangers 4.
PAM SIX - A Cappella l,2,3,4,
All-Region 4, All-State 4, A Cap-
pella Sweetheart 45 A Cappella
Vice President 4, Girls' Trio 2,3,
45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Freshman
Favorite5 Halloween Queen Attend
ant '25 Friendliest Girl 35 Allied
Youth 2,3, Reporter 3, Vice Presi-
dent 45 Student Council Repre-
sentative 1,2,3,4, Reporter 45
French Club 3,4, Reporter 3, Sec-
retary 45 Belletristic Society 4,
Secretary 45 1st in Solo Contest 1,
3, lst in Ensemble 2,35 FTA 3.
NORMA SORELLE - FHA 1,45 FTA
35 Latin Club 2,35 Student Chris-
tian Union 45 NHS 3,4,
REBECCA SOZA - Volleyball 15
VON CILLE STEPHENSON - French
Club 45 Literary Club 4.
JOHN TAYLOR - Swimming 2,
Letterman 25 Round-Up 1,25 Build-
ing Trades fVICAy 4, Secretary 4.
LYNN TAYLOR - Football 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,
4, Letterman 2,.3,4, Honorable
Mention 35 Spanish Club 35 Mus-
tangers 45 Key Club 3,4, Vice
VIRGINIA TAYLOR - Band 1,2,3,
45 FNA 35 Candy Stripers 3,4,
KAY THOMAS - Spirit Guard 25
Homeroom President 15 DECA
Club 45 Spanish Club 2.
KENNETH RAY THOMPSON -
Football 2,3, Letterman 35 ICT-
VICA 45 I.A. Club 2,3,4.
JOHN TOCHTERMAN - Football 1,
2,3, Letterman 35 Vice President
45 Key Club 3,45 Mustangers 45
Baseball 15 Art Club 3,4, Parlia-
mentarian 45 A Cappella Choir
SANDY TOOPS - FNA 1,2,3,
President 35 French Club 35 DECA
4, Vice President 45 Band 1.
CLINT TUMLINSON - Football 1,
2,3, Letterman 3, Manager 45
Basketball Manager 45 Track 15
Latin Club 3,45 Social Studies
Club 45 Choir 1,2.
NANCY TURNER - Band 1,2,3,4,
Most Progressive 2, Senior Repre-
sentative 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 FTA
35 Spanish Club 3,45 Student
Christian Union 4.
Belcher heads slate of senior officers
TOMMY TYLER - Football 2,3,
Letterman 33 Track 23 Homeroom
President 13 VICA, Vice President
LOIS ULMER - Choir 2,3,43 NHS
3,43 FTA 2,3,43 FNA 23 Latin
Club 3,43 Spirit Guard 2g Home-
room President 2.
LONNIE UPTON - Football 2,3,
Letterman 33 Track lj Baseball 2,
33 ICT-VICA 4, Sergeant-at-Arms
RIC HARD VANHANKEN - Tennis
43 Auto Mechanics, VICA 4.
JAMES WARD - Baseball 3,4.
COY WATSON - Football 2,3,4,
Letterman 3,4, All- District Honor-
able Mention 43 Baseball 33 Track
13 Auto Mechanics, VICA 43
MARGARET WATSON - A Cappella
Choir 3,43 Vice President 2,33
Homeroom President 13 Student
Council 3,43 Cheerleader Zz NHS
3,4Q FTA 43 French Club 3,4.
MONTY WEBB - Football 2,3,
Letterman 3g Competitive Speech
l,3,4, Alternate to District 13
District Speech 3,4, Alternate to
Region 33 Choir 13 A Cappella
Choir 2,3,4, All- Region Choir 2,
4, All- State Choir Alternate 43
ICA 3, Treasurer 33 Forensic League
4, President 43 Interclub Council
43 Student Christian Union 3g
National Thespian Club 1,2,3,4,
Clerk and Parliamentarian 43 So-
cial Studies Club 4. ,
KEN WIESER - Golf 1,23 A Cap-
pella Choir 2,3,4, All-Region 3,
43 Student Christian Union 33
Choir Council 3,43 Moonshiners 4.
BETTY WILKE - FNA 13 Choir 13
Latin Club 3,43 Mustang Staff 4.
DENNIS WOLLARD - Student
Christian Union 43 Science Club 43
Orchestra 1,2,3,4, President 43
DANNY WOODS - Golf 1,2,3,4,
Letterman 2,3,4, Tri-Captain 33
NHS 3,43 Homeroom President 1,
2,3,43 Vice President 23 Class
Favorite 23 Spanish Club 33 Aca-
demic Award 3.
DANNY WRIGHT - Swimming 2,3,
Letterman 23 Debate 2,3,4, Let-
terman 33 FTA 13 Spanish Club 13
Thespians 43 Literary Club 43
Homeroom President 13 VICA 4.
TONY MARVIN WRIGHT - Spanish
Club 13 DECA Club 4g Social Stud-
ies Club 4.
JERRY YARBROUGH - Football 1,
23 Basketball 1,23 Track 1,2,3Q
Homeroom President 1,2,3,43 Art
Club 2,35 Mustangers 3,4, Presi-
dent 43 Industrial Arts Club 4,
CLIFTON YOCOM - Industrial Arts
Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3,
Reporter 4, State I. A. Club 2,3,
43 Homeroom President 2,43 2nd
Place Woodworking Test at District
23 3rd Place Metal Division at
MARION YOUNG - FHA 13 Choir
13 FNA 13 DECA 4, Reporter 43
Homeroom President 4.
Robin Downs uses one of the practice rooms in the
new speech department. 25
The best picture of what the
earlier business district looked like
can be gotten from the few remain-
ing buildings on Broadway.
Kenneth WiIIiomson's homeroom first class
to reach IOOM in yearbook soles contest
FRONT ROW: Mr. Williamson, sponsor, Ricky Laminack, Linda Rowlett, Pam Plunkett, Sherry Kay Austin, Ken-
neth Gibson and Ray Sharbutt. TOP ROW: Louie Ramirez, Dan Crow, David Brenholtz, Danny Woods, Richard
Hamilton, Gary Lloyd, Richard Jordan, Wayne Hibbs and Terry Browning.
Tommy Jackson and Larry Elkins,
U radio announcers.
1, OOO Watt Voice
1360 on Your Radio Dial
- Texas State Network -
TORINO GT FASTBA
M95 IUUHI' MOTOR COMPANY
lash? Ilrive HIHIJ
ob : :yan
A Q '
310 N. Main 523-2033
Andrews Olde st
107 N. W, lst St 523-2681
CARL S. HAM, INC.
Post Off1CS Bo 1058
Andrews Texas 79714
Juniors in Mrs. Roberts' English class read one of the
262 many stories that is required.
708 N,W, Sth St.
Byron Stephens focuses in on an onion cell as Terry
Wimberly reads him the steps of the experiment.
For portraits, frames, camera equipment, snapshot developing, and stereo
tapes, come to . . .
HoLus PHOTO CENTER
Mrs. Bowden's homeroom second
in yearbook soles contest.
Top row: Wayne Harrison, Gary Warren, Steve Rose, Mark Bader, Mike Weaver, John Parish, Keith
Clanahan, John Tilly, Billy Tune and Randy Griffith. Front row: Mrs. Bowden, sponsor, Vickie Criswell
Paula Piper, Patsy Shoffit, Carolyn Little, Sandi Hulen and Elaine Ellinger.
For All Your Office or School
Needs See , , ,
ANDREWS COUNTY NEWS
Publisher of the Andrews
1l2,N,W, lst 523-2085
264 David Ellison drinks water not trash.
if-flif-f'iZf:sr'f2.i+.++44 if I fr
210 N.W. Ave. A. 523-4132
113 N,W, Ave. C.
PHILLIPS SNAPPY SERVICE
513 S. Main
I ,IjuW5G-ffvfawx ,
24-hour service on prescriptions
301 N. Main
Oil Field Electrification
1200 N. Main
Good Vision ls Vital to You
l-lave Your Eyes Examined
Once a Year You Can Say It
Better With Flowers
DR. B. D. SANDERS From
DR. WYLIE TIREY
Qptomemsts ANDREWS FLOWERS 8g GIFTS
Contact Lenses Fitted
301 N.,W. Ave. B. 523-2660 118 N. Main 523-3042
266 Andrews, Texas
112 N. Main
113 N,W, Ave. "C"
Toys are collected for annual toy drive.
"Clothes for the
Tots and Teens. "
THE LITTLE SHQP
114 N. Main
122 N. Main
710 N. Main Street
Mrs. Mash, freshman English teacher, looks surprised
as one of her fish comes up with the correct answer. 523-4212
210 E. Broadway
1 1031 fxfffzfgf
200 S,W, lst 523 2619
M 5: ,,..,Qf11x,!u
WILKINS' OF ANDREWS
For All Your Automotive
Needs See . . .
3lZ S.W. lst
5 Z 3 - 4 64 6
Freshman Gary Rogers is caught in the act of playing
with juvenile toys.
H 8. H DRLG. C0. INC.
Complete Line of Fishing Tools
P. O. Box 638 523-7551
G. BERT SMITH, JR.
1506 W. Broadway 523-2350
Anything from hamburgers to T-bone steak.
400 S. Main 523-3906
JAY S GROCERY
100 B1ockN W Ave K
Mr. Vanderburg relaxes-as he watches his senior A Owner: .T AY WILLIAMS
COURTHOUSE BARBERSHOP PHILLIPS LITTLE TOWN
115 N.W, Ave. A 319 W. Broadway
Thank You Seniors, Tots, and Teens
When You Are Happy,
We Are Pleased.
Located on Odessa Highway
For the Best
I-Iaircuts in Town
See . . .
Students in Mr. Nichols' Spanish class seem eager
to answer his question.
120 N- Main shoes for the Entire Family Dial 523-4945
BAKER'S SHOE SERVICE
COWBOY BOOTS COMPLETE STOCK OF RIDING EQUIPMENT WORK BOOTS
C. R. ANTHONY
105 N.W. Ave. B 523-3031
Betty Wilkins and E. W. Forbes work on study ques-
tions in Mr. Robertson's World History class.
LEE WILKE'S STEAK HOUSE
Open Z4 hours a day.
405 S. Main Best steaks in town, plate lunches, Mexican food. 523-9986
'u m a 1
Join the Many
Accounts at Our
Bank . . .
109 N, W, lst St.
Buffy Hutcheson, Paula Piper, and Billie Smith view A51
pictures on display at the Texas High School Press
Association Convention. I
523-2002 Z4-Hour Service
F 1 .2
ffm' 1 ., , , 3
' f ,
2,57 A Ki
,2 . F
Senior Larry Martin shows techniques of cheating.
Do Your Own Laundry and
Dry Cleaning Day or Night at
LAUN-DRY CLEAN CENTER
105 N.E. Ave. F. 523-4001
Q if ,
911 N. Main
1105 North Main
ESTE S COFFEE SHOP
"Just a Cup of Coffee
to You, But a Reputation
to Us . . . "
103 Logsdon Ave. 523-5389
Smart women prefer
individual hair styling,
THE BEAUTY PARLOUR
The Largest and Most Modern Equipped Shop
Dial 523-2222 ll6 N.W. lst
New and Used We S611 the
Maytag best 3,1'1d
Admiral service all
Speed Queen the rest'
Phone 523-3080 104 S- Main
MAGNETO SERVICE 8. SUPPLY
Authorized Sales and Service
Magnetos Chemical Pumps
Margaret Clements: senior FTA member is shown U
student teaching. 906 S' Maln
Owner: BOB WHEELER
720 N. Main
13 Wd Broadway "Your Friendly Bank" 523 3440
y AND SUPPLY co. ROY D- BENNETT
S,W. Butane Route
Andrews County Judge
To Add to That
Special Date, or
to Brighten a
Flowers From ,
601 N. Main
ANDREWS AUTO PARTS, ANDREWS GAS C0-
Home-Owned and Operated
108 S. W. lst A
523-3456 ll0 Logsdon Avenue
Lumber and Building
306 East Broadway
"If you didn't buy it at
y GIBSON'S ODESSA-MIDLAND
BUS LINE, INC.
you paid too much. "
Charter Se rvice
Res troom Equipped
111ON Main 523 5212
Mr Robert Helton from NASA lectures and demonstrates at an assembly
ROBERT E. BARBER
408 W. Broadway
Kay Shockley demonstrates a point during an
RUSSELL D. AUSTIN
109th Judicial District Judge
Can furnish you with
not only your lumber
supplies, but also your
115 S. Main 52.3-2638
119 North Main
W,mmmwWwm' "A' 'i" 'W' wNMQmf n'N 'n,TmIwWN.BHHmEvnsrm+"'n'l?IIilH!?II1!SFI'4lfiCIBiI!mil"IPIQEWIEEE
i ANDREWS SERVICE co., INC.
Seminole Highway 523-3013
"We Strive to Please"
BRAKE 8. WHEEL
Wheel Alignment - Brake Service -
Wheel Balancing - Tire Tuning -
TRUCKS AND CARS
B, L, CBILLQ CRAIG 721 N. Main
523-2757 Andrews, Texas
L. C. GREGG
Delores Luna, Mrs. Daniel and Donna McCann help
Borden Distributor in the FHA's Halloween booth.
FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP
ALL YOUR INS. NEEDS
Frre Ins Exchange
Mrd Century Ins. CO.
Truck Ins. Exchange
New World Life Ins.
FAST FAIR ---- FRIENDLY
Call Frances Eppler 523-2837
500 N. Maln
OIL WELL SERVICE CO INC.
Franks Doubledrum Pole and Derrrck Units
Andrews Texas Eunice Highway
Varsity cheerleaders Sara
Rogers, Pam Six, Janis Paype,
Prissy Taylor and Rusty Rex
prepare to give a yell at the
Ector football game.
Phone 523-3145 BILL RODGERS, Owner
4 Beef and Pork for Sale
Headquarters for Home Freezer Meat
ANDREWS PACKING CO.
Custom Killing and Processing
P. OJ Box 443 Andrews, Texas
l S you take up the
challenge of the years that
?' S lie ahead, you can count
on your dependable
- electric service to help
Q 6 you work better and live
Fern I G better . . . electrically!
T 5 laat,uttaatQraarf yllraattalt a
CT N! VICE
:.,.,:q.:4.:.,: :,:,:,:.. -:r:r:rs:a:: mg- -.:.:-:+.-..1.:.g.' r:.+:+-4.5:
lll S,W, lst Street
Abernathy, Larry 74,84,145,197
Abney, Glen 212
Abney, Li11da 96,135,137,227
Acosta, Humberto 103,138,212
Acosta, Liz 181
Acosta, Maria Elena 181,184
, Tom 166,173
Beauford, Lea 182
Bechthold, Debbie 182
Beck, Jannette 51,71,106,212
Belcher, Becky 82,83,89,212,234
Belcher, Dug 32,72,75,82,83,
Belcher, Mrs. Mary 175
Bell, Steven 25,124,138,140,197
Benham , Billy 227 , 243 , 245
Caddell, Sara 96, 229
Allbright, Bill 35,42,84,125,181
Allen, Amos 125,134,138,181
Allen, Susan .l8,38,56,72,73,82
Andrews, Weldon 81,125,155,
Angel, Mike 125,142,181
Archer, Johnny 125,134,181
Ard, Emily 84,212
Armstrong, Cynthia 99,212
Armstro11g, Donna 84,197
Armstrong, Tommy 181
Arnold, Lynn 94,227,235
Austin, Sherry Kay 21,70,76,82,
Bacon, Ricky 155,156,181
Bader, Mark 20,36,53,71,74,82,
Badgett, Bennie Yevonne 197
Bagley, Paul 90,100,212
Bagley, Sherrie 84
Baird, James 44,112,113,121,
Baird, Richard 40,71,89,124,212
Benson, Vickie 197
Bermea, Jr. 197
Brown, Tom 125,155,157,177,
Brow11, Toni 39,84,126,197
Browning , Danny 41 , 84, 125 , 134,
Browning, Randy 84,124,138,141,
Browning, Terry 31,34,35,43,70,
Broyles , Earlene 41 , 82 , 83 , 136 ,
Baird, Ronnie 41,81,125,134,
Baker, Ronald 26
Baker, Samuel 125 , 134, 145 , 181
Beyers, Lee Ann 153,182
Bilbery, Ronnie 102,197
Birchfield, Bill 98,103,227
Black, Johnny 228
Blackburn, Dixie 108,228
Blanks, Bruce 109,212
Blanks, Leonard 93,151,197
Bloom, Clifford George 84,95,182
Blocker, Beverly 88,212
Bode, Kathy 39,87,197
Boggs, Joyce 106,197
Boggs, Linda 77,85,90,91,107,
Boles, Don 171,183
Bookout, Sam 79
Boren, Dale 197
Bowden, Mrs. Elizabeth 97,171,
Brackee11, Gary 197
Bradshaw, Linda 79,197
Bramley, Linda Kay 182
Braswell, Karen 212
Bray, Lynda 29,52,67,85,87,90,
Brentholtz , Carol 79 , 183 , 197
Brentholtz, David 65,88,228,261
Brentholtz, E. A. 44,163
Brevard, Victor 125,151
Bruce, Dale 212
Bruce, Robert Joe 182
Bryan, Mike 30,88,97,212
Bryan, Ronnie 212
Bryant, Sandy 77,90,97,229
Buchanan, Freddia 197
Buckley, Robert 82,83,105,151,
Bull, Eddie 168
Bumpers, John 28, 82, 83,213
Burk, Sherry 76,93,94,229
Burkett, Buzz 88,93,107,213
Bur11ett, Belinda 39,90,198
Burns, Pamela 182
Burns, Ross 100
Burson, Peggy 88,107,229
Burton, Mike 71,82,83,89,133,
Butler, Len 213
Byrne, Steve 70,75,82,83,89,91,
Byrne, Susan 82,83,198
Campbell, Vivian 135,136,198
Caraway, Jerry 75,102,138,230
Caraway, Kenneth 125,142,182
Carlton, Dennis 151,182
Carnes, Linda 213
Bales, Steve 36,75,112,113,114,
Balkum, Cathy 41,77,82,83,90,
Ballard, Kevin Dale 79,181
Banks , Charlotte 87 , 212
Banks, Roger 212
Barnes, Ronald 100,104,212
Barrera, Jesus M. 81,166,175
Batchelor, Belinda Lou 26,76,79,
Baucom, Barbara Sue 76,84,182
Bearden, DeLane 41,77,82,83,
Mrs. Edith 176
Bridge, Bill 79,125,134,151,182
Bridge, Mr. Bill 12,102,169,229
Briggs, Lovetta 97
Brinkley, Diane 77,197
Bristol, Boni 79,197
Brock, Charles 125 , 142 , 182
Brock, Sa11dra Kay 182
Bromley, Kathy 101,212
Bromley, Linda 76, 164,193, 197
Brown, Mrs. Gloria 164
Brown, Jack W. 212
Brown, Jim 162
Brow11, Mrs. Nell 174
Carpenter, Jeana 84.198
Carr, David 182
Carroll, David 188
Carroll, Jon 230
Carroll, Pat 98
Carroll, Thomas 213
, Donnie 84, 213
Carruth, Gay Nell 84,182
Carter, Debby 76,136,182
Carter, Gary 198
Carter, Roy 21,74,75,82,83,9O,
Carver, David 198
Carver, Ricky 124,138,139,141,198
Eades, Marsha 54, 77,79 ,93 , 97 ,
Carwiell, Jcihnny 102, 112,116,
Cassingham, Scott 198
Castillejos, Carolina 198
Chambers, James 182
Chambers, Randy 12,102,214
Cheek, Bob 166
Christian, Glenn 124,138,142,
Clanahan, Keith 54,74,89,104,
Clack, Gene 125,151,182
Clark, Eddie 85,86,89,93,95,
Clark, Johnny 54,79,125,l82
Clark, Phil Uuniorj 214
Clark, Phil 145,198
Clark, Ron 125,142,182
Clark, Roxanna 230
Rodney 26 , 125 , 134, 142 ,
Tw 2.113 214
Cleary, Brenda 214
Clement, Donna 99,214
Clements, Maragaret 51,70,77,
Clemrner, Tim 79,183
Clevenger, Jay 199
Coan, Candy 77,84,90,214
Cochran, Susan 214
Cody, Jeff 112,154,167
Coleman, Brit 54,90,92,152,
Coleman, Jan 38,42,90,2l4,235
Coleman, Pat 183
Coleman, Paul 84,183
Couch, Pamela 76,183
Cowan, La Donna 214
Cowart, Marvin 31
Cowart, Ronald Joe 214
Cox, Carol 84,199
Cox, Debra 79,183,195
Cox, Gary 41,74,84,124,133,
Cox, Randall 151,214
Crabtree, Donna 84,90,91,93,230
Crawford, Dennis 90,124,214
Crawford, ,Helen 183
Craig, Susan 33,44,50,70,77,88,
Criswell, Vicki 77,81,214,264
Crosson, Peggy 214
Crossland, Bobby 199
Crosswait, Paula 86,199
Crow, Dan 88,231,261
Crow, Martin 79,214
Cummins, Scarlett 84,183
Dalton, Richard 79,95 , 145 , 183
Daniels, Mrs. June 96,172,281
Davenport, Wendel 199
Dozier, Mark 184
Dufield, John 184
Dupre, John 171
Echols, Ray Nell 214
Echols, S. P. 162
Edgar, Miss Peggy 155,170
Edwards, Marsha 215
Eggleston, Dennis 85,200
Elam, Susan 67,71,82,83,91,92,
Eldridge, Eddie 98,100,215
Eliasen, Marcia 30,4l,84,9O,91,
Elkins, Larry 28,29,85,215,261
Elkins, Lynn 84,145,184
Ellinger, Elaine 28,41,53,54,71,
Ellison, Tom 162
Emiliano, Elizabeth 200
Ervin, Cathy 73,77,84,200
Erwin, Allan 79,85,89,155,156,
Davis, Cynthia 97,214
Davis, Dale 100,214
Davis, Edward 199
Davis Pam 84,231
Erwin, Jimmy 125
Collins, Paige 136,199
Collins, Sandra 199
Collins, Wyvonne 135,136,137,
Compton, Joan 199
Conner, Moody 112,119,138,
Cooper, Jannifer 30, 77 , 84, 90,
Cooper, Shirley 54, 77 , 81 , 183
Cornejo, Mary 76,199
Cornejo, Richard 124,214
Couch, Monty 31,101,105,230
Day, Betty Sue 96,232
Day, Dianne 183
Day, Teresa 84,200
Decker, Larry 183,253
Delgado, Robert 90,151,183
Demmler, Ricky 54,92,155,156,
Derington, Alfred 37,100
Diaz, Eva 98,200
Diaz, Margi 214
Dickenson, Gail 184
Dill, Rita 184
Dillingham, Bill l25,134,l51,184
Dillon, Sandra 184
Ditto, D'Aun 184
Dixon, Crawford 134
Dobbs, Diana 84,153,184
Dockall, Barbara 10,84,99,232,
Dockery, Terry 232,245
Donaldson, John Charles 183,184
Dortch, Bruce 30,90,98,214
Downs, Robin 106,200,257
Farmer Edd 124,132 , 133 , 170
Farmer Jerry 151,200
Farmer, Mary 184
Farmer, Phyllis 215
Fee, Carol 38,45,73,77,87,126,
Feland, Carla 200,224
Fennel, Mrs. Thelma 166,168,175
Ferguson, Bobby 200
Files, Darrell Gene 98,200
Finley, Mickey 105,124,l34,138,
Finley, Tommy 70,l12,113,116,
Fisher, Dan 42,215
Fisher, Jan 67,73,77,84
Fleming, Ronnie 79,184
Floyd, Tommy 200,208
Flowerree, Vickie 77, 79,184
Forbess, E. W. 124,145,200
Foster, Alana 34,54,77,200
Foster, Miss Nell 164
Fowler, Alva 84,184
Franks, Bill 215
French, Sammy 200
Fruge, Bernard 200
Fruge, Cliffen 42, 84, 134,200
Gaines , Linda 84, 185
Furry, Mike 79, 146, 201
Gainey, Eddie 79,151
Gallentine, James 185
Gantt, Judy 38,50,55,70,71,72,
Gantt, Sam M. 100,169
Garcia, Arturo 215
Garcia, Gregoria 84,185
Garrison, Pam 54,82,83,97,201
Gaston, Mike 105,109,196,201
George, Charles 34, 75,102, 105,
Gerald, Kerby 185
Gerald, Nita 215
Griffin, Billy 134,201
Griffin, Larry 125,134,185
Griffith, Randy 36,71,73,74,89,
Grigsby, Wesley 201
Grissom, Kay 24,43,52,53,64,70,
Gross, Alton 201
Gross, Geraldine 84,185
Gross, Leslie 216
Gross, Linda 185
Gross, Marquita 216
Gross, Shirley 185
Guest Billie Dell 24,34,216
Guest, Forrest Ann 94,216
Gernandt, Jim 215
Gibson, Don 105,125,185
Gibson, Kenneth 58,70,81,128,
Gieber, Mike 155,185
Gilbert, Charles 98,125,155,157,
Gilbert, Paul Edward 102,215
Hadaway, Dewana 216
Hadaway, Kay 96,233
Hadaway, Paul 84,185
Hager, Dana 216
Hager, Steve 101
Hair, Janice 201
Hall, Richard 216
Hamilton, Angela 77,201
Gilchrest, Fonda 84,185
Gillihan, Karla 201
Gilliland, Brick 124, 134, 145 ,201
Glaze, Tommy 201
Goar, Lloyd 103,215
Goff, Betty 201
Gonzales, Diana 185
Gonzales, Mary 185
Gonzales, Santa 99,233
Gonzales, Sylvia 233
Goolsby, Bin 74,171,176
Gordon, Bill 173
Gordon, Lynn 89,233
Anita 101 ,216
Hamilton, Linda 39,42,105,201
Hamilton, Richard 82 , 83 , 90 , 93 ,
Hays, Dana 77,153,186
Hays, Raymond Douglas 88,184,
Hays, Steve 20,41,73,74,82,83,
Hayse, Mary Ellen 234
Hayse, Wilbur 217
Headrick, Jeanne 53,82,83,158,
Hearne, Mime 84,234
Hearne, Nathaniel 134,202
Helms, Daryl 146,149,217
Helms, William 186
Helton, Sandra 28,67,70,82,83,
Henderson, Gary 202
Heronema, Allan 26,98,186
Heronema, Kenny 51,98,104,235
Herrington, Sandy 84,202
Herzberger, Ricky 84,202
Hibbs, Wayne 52,53,70,89,92,
Hicks, Jerry 91,102,235
Hicks, Sharon 96,98,99,235
Hill, Curtis 125,186
Hill, David 98,177
Hill, Joan Ellen 77,84,235
Hill, Teresa 136,186
Hilliard, Gary 166,191,202
Hancock, Naomi Rllth 84,185
Hankins, Jim 20,30,81,90,112,
Hilton, Mike 125,134,l84,186,
Hilton, Vicki 71,101,217
, Mike 101 , 169
Hankins, Mona 185
Hanson, Karen 10,84,234
Hardin, Claire 91,185
Melanie 70, 71, 88,91 ,
Gordon, Mike 125 , 134, 142 , 181 ,
Gorman, Don 172,253
Goyen, Connie Jo 215
Graham, Dianne 201
Graham, Kay 79
Graham, Marlene 101,216
Graham, Sammy 31,138
Gray, Dusty 133,138,140,216
Gray, Vicki 233
Greaves, Donna 76,201
Greaves, Linda 48,53,57,66,70,
Green, William 151,185
Gregg, Jack 100
Gregory, Debra 54,77,97,201
Harding, Keith 43,164
Hardin, Tommie 216
Hardin, Miss Billie 72,89,174
Harrelson, Steve 41 , 93 , 112 , 113 ,
Harris, Mary Nell 202
Harrison, Wayne 53,71,81,152,
Hatcher, Johnny 39,90,124,128,
Hathaway, Paul 79,95,202,208
Hawes, Karen 186
Hawthorne, Barbara 84,153
Haynie, Robert 79,93,129,130,
Hirst, Richard 125,186,236
Hodges, Roy 105,125,142,186
Hoffman, Joyce 76,186
Hogard, Bennie 103,105,236
Hogue, John 86,87,173
Hollis, Lynn 77,158,159,202
Holmes, Rodney 75,102,236
Holt, Belinda Joyce 186
Hood, Treva 77,108,202
Hooper, Joe 186
Hopkins, Craig 236
Hopkins, Mike 144,202
Horton, Brenda 217
Horton, Cynthia 39,202
Horton, Johnny 105,112,115,116,
Hounshell, Chrislee 142,186
Hounshell, Kay 82,83,93,97,202
Houston, Norman 31,75,102,116,
Howard, Diantha 84,186
Huckabee, Sue 77,82,83,90,91,
Huddleston, Randy 79,138,217
Hughes, Joe 125,186
Huges, Rogers 30,90,100,217
Hulen, Sandy 53,71,82,83,9O,
Humphries, Ramsey 64,82,83,
Hungerford , Jimmy 92 , 93 , 236
Hungerford , Kathy 41 , 91 , 106 ,
Hutcheson, Buffy 26 , 104, 105 ,
Hutcheson, Candy 59,73,211,217
Hutcheson! Debby 21 , 49 , 57 , 70 ,
Hutchinson, Brodie fSr.J 163,211,
Hutchinson, Brodie 21,73,74,82,
Hutchinson, Nedra 158,159,186
Hutson, Ginger 27,77,84,126,202
Hutson, Larry 72,75,94,101,215,
Hyden, Barbara 101,217
Ingram, Don 51,107,109,138,217
Irvin, James Wayne 186
Irvin, Suzanne 237
Irwin, Doug 103,217
Ivy, Gary 79,166
Jackson, Barbara 10,96,97,99,237
Jackson, Mrs. Charlene 99,169
Jackson, Mrs. Janet 165
Jackson, Glynn 98,186
Jackson, Mary Ann 34,237
Jackson, Tommy 28,29,71,82,
James, Billy 217
Jarrfes, Nelda 186
Jefferson, Gary 81,187
Jennings, Jan 77,87',93.97,203
Johnson, C. E. 125,142,187
Jones , Barbara 54, 84, 97, 203
Jones, Carolyn 108,237
Jones, Marvin 125,187
Jones, James 100
Jones, Mike 82,83,84,237
Jordan, Brian 203
Jordan, James 124,145,203
Jordan, Richard 90,93,143,144,
Jordan, Sandra 77,84,187
Jumpers, Cheryl 84,96,187
Kay, Billy 36,54,84,125,134,187
Kay, George 82,83,90,93,105,
Kay, Patti 76,90,203
Kay, Paula 237
Keith, Jeannie 203
Kellum, Becky 64,70,82,83,97,
Kennedy, Dedra 82,83,97,193,
Ketcham, James 167,208,225
Kidd, Rita 203
Kimberlin, Pat 76,79,136,187
Kniffen, John 167
King, James 64,82,83,84,89,
King, Kelly 82,83,84,238
Knight, David 155,156,187
Knight, Gary 79,155,218
Knight, Mrs. Jo Ann 43,135,136,
Krachla, Johnny 65,101,238
Lambert, Janella 99
Lambert, Judy 203
Laminack, Randy 86,125,134,
Laminack, Ricky 32,35,43,49,
Laminack, Neil 127,130,131,132,
Landolt, Mark 125,188
Langley, Carol 218
Langley, Nancy 203
Langston, Dennis 70,74,75,112,
Lanier, Sheila 33,39,54,77,84,
Lawson, Mrs. Carole 173
Lavender, Miss Florence 88,l65,
Leach, Don 125,l34,170,234
Leach, Ron 20,41,112,116,117,
Leatherwood, Don 138,140,218
Leatherwood, Terry 37,84,105,
Lee, Beverly 26,136,188
Lee, Sammy 82,83,133,218
Levins, Keith 102,203
Lewis, David 225
Lewis, Marsha 238
Lewis, Mike 84,218
Lewis, Ralph 188,190
Lindsey, Gail 218
Lindsey, Mike 188
Lipham, Marilyn 203
Lipham, Richard 155,188
Carolyn 53 , 65 , 79 , 92
Little, Larry 203
Little, Marsha 203
Lively, Robert 238
Lloyd, Gary 238,261
Lloyd, Mike 125,142,188
Lonis, Carolyn 218
Lopez, Joe 188
Lopez, Mary Ellen 84,188
Lopez, Manuel 84,188
Lopez, Tony 103,218
Lopez, Raymond 188
Loving, David 238
Loving, David 238
Loving, Donald 102,188
Loving, Ricky 100,218
Low, Steve 238
Lowe, Miss Sue 123,174 .
Lowrance , Greg 84 , 87 , 132 , 238
Lowrance, Gwen 54,173,188
Lucado, Dee 28,79,155,157,203
Luck, Terri 136,203
Luna, Alfred 84,125,142,188,195
Luna, Delores 33,82,83,96,135,
Luna, Gilbert 218
Lunceford, Rodney 79,125,134,
Lyon, Judy 99,104,239
McBeth, Billy 84,125,134,153,
McBeth, Buddy 188
McBeth, Carol 203
McBeth, Terry 98,100,239
McCann, Donna 96,239,281
McCar1ey, Roblyn 84,203
McCaskill, Kathleen 24, 73, 77,
McCraw, Mike 125,151,189
McCraw, Sharon 238,239
McClure, Nathan 82,83,203
McCullough, Arlene 24,153,189
McCullough, Barbara 239
McCurry, Mike 203
McDaniel, Mike 153,203
McDonald, Don 134,203
McDowell, Hugh 49,64,70,74,
McNew, Tommy 218
McMurry, Judy 40,54,85,189
McPeek, Carolyn 54,77,204
McQuatters, Joe 75,102,104,231,
McWilliams, Linda 136,189
Madison, Linda 82,83,90,240
Mahurin, Judy 204
Manes, Paula 158,159,189
Martin, Bobbie Kay 71,77,90,92
Martin, Cecil 90,218
Martin, Jeanett 218
Martin, Larry 105,112,118,146,
148 , 204,219 , 240, 275
Martin, Linda Sue 84,204
Martin, Lynda B. 204
Martin, Mary 84,204
Martinez, Celestino 240
Martinez, Hector 189
Martinez, Paul 124,218
Mash, Mrs. Marie 175,177,268
Mason, Kathy 79,84,189
Mathis, Glenda 97,189
Mathis, Larry 85,87,204,219
Mathis, Linda 76,79,153,189
Matson, Randy, 254
Matthews, Bobby 41,75,146,150
Maxie, Barbara 84,204
Linda 84 , 240
May, Jack 33,74,75,113,240
Medders, Jeannie 79,204
Medford, Dan 152,204
Medford, Lynn 189
Mihecoby, Wesley 218
Middleton, Paula 22,189
Miller, Mike 189
Miller, Mike 241
Miller, Randy 64,82,83,88,90,
Miller, Tommy 85,86,9O,218
Millican, Kathe 36,219,235
Mills, Jeanne 82,83,241
Milson, Sonny 12 , 102 , 241
Mireles, Adolf 141,204
Mireles, Mary 189
Mitchell, Brenda 189
Mitchell, Roy 190,219
Morrow, Troy 168
Morehart, Mrs. June 172
Morgan, Lena 84,219
Morgan, Lloyd 162
Morgan, Nancy 126,136,158,l59,
Morgan, Susan 27,38,105,126,
Mosley, Jana 77,97,189
Mosley, Shirley 50,70,90,97,
Moxley, Cathy 48,52,53,56,70,
Mulkey, Phyllis 189
Mulkey, Wilbur 204
Murphree, Beverly 76,97,189
Murphree, Larry 219
Murphy, Mary Beth 101,224
Murphy, Ray Nell 219
Murrell, Marie 189
Kathy 84, 189
Napper, Larry Don 189
Nash, Dick 124,151,167,216
Nash, Marsha 71,91,219
Neighbors , Boydette 84, 136 , 204
Neinast , Carl 89 , 93 , 146 , 219
Larry 124, 219
Rudi 59 , 73 , 152, 196 ,
Scotty 84, 125,134, 142,
Newbrough, Carla 84,136,204
Niblett, Mike 125,142,190
Niblett, Terry 31,43,97,l12,
, E. I-l. 90,165,272
Cynthia 82, 83,219
Nickell, Billy 204
Nickell, Nolan 155,156,205
Niemann, Anita 219
Niemann, Scotty 27,75,88,106,
Noble, Bradley 71,85,94,138,
North, Joy 84,9O,219
Norton, Brenda 242
Owens , Thresa 101 , 242
Pace, David 205
Packard, Gary 190
Parks, Phyllis 77,205
Parks, Ricky 102,205
Parnell, Jackie 84,155,156,205
Parish, John 20,71,74,86,112,
Patrick, Jerrell 151,205
Patrick, Leslie 136,205
Patterson, Charlene 99,219
Patterson, Glenda 219,222
Payne, Carolyn 99,220
Payne, Janis 18,21,90,123,136,
Pearcy, Mrs. Charlene 164
Pearcy, Cheryl 79,80,102,121,
Pearson, Barbara 220
Pearson, Clark 125,134,142,190
Pearson, Mark 90,125,134,142,
Pearson, Tim 29,70,71,89,104,
Peek, Mary 190
Peeples, Billie 190
Peeples, Bobby 84,205
Pena, Dora 190
Pena, Guadalupe 102,205
Perez, Ricardo 34,138,139,141,
Permenter, Roy Lee 190
Peterson, Jimmy 12,102,220
Peterson, Tommy 190
Phipps, Billy 84,124,134,138,
Pierce, Myra 76
Pierce, Vickie 71,87,22O
Pike, Paula 70,220,242
Pilgrim, Nancy 243
Pinkston, Janis 76,84,158,159,190
Prnnell Brent 100 243
Prnnell Paul 28 37 73 85 205
Prper Pam 54 77 80 94 205
Prper Paula 71 77 109 264 274
Prpkrn Delores 53 96 243
Plpklll L61l1S 205
Pltklll Gregory 190
P1tk1n Mrke 191
Prtman Joe Jay '74 82 83 89
105 112 138 141 220
Plunkett Pam 43 53 70 '76 84
93 108 243 261
Potter Mar1an 220
Powell Vrckr 84 191
Prrce B111 12 102 243
Rrchards Rodney 206
Rregal Dua11e 166
Rremenschnerder Peggy 53
83 93 97 107 220
Reynolds Jerry 43 112 114
Rrgdon Cynthra 206 221
Roberson Ford 66 71 90 92 152
Roberts Bobby 138 140 220
Roberts Darlene 206
Roberts Mrs Zel 91 174 201 262
Robertson Bonnre 93 166
Robertson Lours 39 164 166
Rodgers Carl 27 221
Saldrvar Mrke 206
MOYIIS 32 84 134 145
Sandy 74 82 83 138 246
Sawyer Johnny 98 192
Calvm 79 145 206
Janet 84 192
Frank 27 145 205
Karla 71 135 220
Steve 81 90 124 138 220
Lonnre 124 138
Mary 136 191
Peggy 10 99 220
Purtell V1Ck1 90 220
Pyle Debby 71 90 92 136 220
Raburn Grnger 80 135 220
Raburn Rocky 133 220
Ragland Larry 42 81 93 112
Ragsdale Danny 102 243
Ralley Geralyn 220
Rarndl Jeannee 84 88 94
Ramlrez Johnny 205
Ramrrez Loure 50 55 66 70 92
95 244 261
Ramsey Gordon 21 74 75 143
144 244 245
Ramsey Max 25 81 105 152
Rawls Ecell 191
Rawls Glenda 206
Reed Ilmmy 220
Reed Leslre 143 220
Rehders De Aun 84 90 206
Rehders Tome 81 244
Rerd Ruth 25 38 42 45 84
Benny 51 102 244
Patsy 100 244
Johnna 84 191
Ray 151 206
Rex Mrs Lou 172
Rex Rusty 18 31 34,59 61 70,
74 85 90 91 93 104 105 122,
I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1821 1 1
' ' , , , , , , ,138, 206
' ' , ' , ' , , 221
I I ' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . .
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1891 1 1 I
1 1 126,191 ' 1 ' 1
1 ' ' 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1
1 ' 1 1 191,270 1 I
1 1 Rogers, Linda 38,73,84,126,153, Seay, Steve 102,206
, , , , ,121, 187,191 1
2 3 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I
1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1
. 9 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
' 1 282 1 ' ' 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 , , , 1
' 1 1 1 1 1 11011 1 D 9 I
2 , ' ' ,
1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Rodrrquez Ida 191
Rodrlquez Johnny 192
Rodrrquez Mary Ellen 221
Cathy 27 36 73 79 105
Charley 74 82 83 112
120 138 221
Mrs L11 35 172 173
Gary 26 125 134 151
Mlke 70 '71 106 127 128
Sara 18 20 38 '73 82 83
90 91 123 136 211 221 223
Roper Steve 54
Rose Steve 20 53 71 74 133
146 149 211 221 223
Roubrson Marvrn 102 244
Rowe Barbara 84 191
Rowlett B111 162
Rowlett Lrnda 38 66 70 85 86
88 89 97 245 261
Rucker Wayne 45 74 75 94 104
112 116 138 139 245
Rush111g RlCk 125 142 191
Russell B111 26 175
Russell Charles 171
Russell Davrd 191
Russom Neal 125 142 191
Bobby 155 192
Jerry 45 146 149 245
Sue 136 206
Tom 89 124 146 148
Saldrvar Davrd 102 245
Saldrvar, Joe 206
Schooley V1CklC 71 82 83 221
Scott Stanley 73 90 105 125
134 142 192
Scroggrns Glenda 221
Scroggrns Jerrl 79 192
Seal Byron 151 192
Seal La Juan 54 70 85 91 151
Sears Joel 246
Sears John 192
Seed Suzanne 192
Shackleford Sharene 22 192
Sharbutt Ray 74 75 89 128 129
131 132 246 261
Sharp Teresa 84 221
Shaw Chr1st1e 42 84 192
Sherman Wanda 138 139 192
Sherman Wesley 65 80 104 191
Shockley Kay 246 280
Shockley Thelma 192
Shoffrt Alfred 168 170
Shoffrt Patsy 20 53 67 71 77
85 88 221 264
Shumaker James 134 207
Shumaker Joy 221
S1T1'l1T101'lS Mellnda 84 192
Srmmons Judy 246
Srmpson Lewrs 247
Srsk Beverly 247
Srsk Mrckre 192
Srx Pam 18 32 38 43 60 64 72
82 83 88 91 122 226 247 282
Slack Charles 28 151 207
Slover Peggy 29 90 100 225
Smartt Brlly 206 247
Smart Paula 207
Smrth, B111 174
Smith, Danny 93,95,152,207
Smith, Debbie 54,192
Smith, Gary 82,83,124,138,221
Smith, Pat 221
Smith, Pete 146,167
Smith, Shelton 41,66,72,73,74,
Smith, Steve 75,143,247
Smith, Sunny 39,77,84,207
Tony 82, 83,90,222
Smyers, Mike 247
Snelson, Stephanie 77,81,192
Solomon, Eugene 85,124,207
SoRelle, Dianne 207
SoRelle, Norma 70,97,247
Soza, David 207
Soza, Rebecca 247
ins, Stewart 79 , 155 , 156
Springer, Donna 207
Springer, Sue 208
Spruill, Lucy 86,208
Spruill, Ruth 89
gs, Stanley 208
Stansberry, David 192
Stansberry, Joe 208
Stansberry, Ricky 208
Stephens, Byron 81,95,208,263
Stephens, Malcolm 125,193
Stephenson, Von Cille 84,88,91,
Stevens, Debbie 84,208
Stevens, Gary 222
Stevenson, Mike 50,70,89,90,15
Stewart, Wayne 208
Stone, Jim 20,39,222
Strickland, Ruth 54,96,208
Stringfellow, Keith 91,222
Stringfellow, Anne 193
Stroud, Max 145,208
Sullivan, Dan 162
Swift, Nancy 27,77,126,208
Sybesma, Richard 79 , 155 , 157, 19
Taylor, Bobbe 79,193
, Carol 222
, Debra 65,77,79,208
Taylor, John 23,103,247
Taylor, John Ray 103,222
Taylor, Karen 208
Taylor, Kathie 90,107,222
Taylor, Mike 81,124,138,141,
Taylor, Phyllis 158,209
Taylor, Prissy 123,135,137,235,
Taylor, Virginia 79,248
Templeton, Kenneth 124,134,138
Templeton, Jo Evelyn 84,193
Tercero, Belinda 222
Terry, Alice 248
Thames, Ronnie 124,209
Tharp, Jerry 89,112,138,142,193,
Thomas, Billy 98,248
Thomas, Kathy 99,222
Thomas, Kay 101,248
Thomas, Randy 193
Thompson, Benny 124,209
Thompson, Kenneth 51,98,100,
Thompson, Rita 248
Thompson, Robert 26,125 , 193
Thompson, Sharreene 209
Turner , Nancy 79 , 90 , 97, 249
Turner, Terry 105,125,134,151,
Tyler, Harley 193
Tyler, Jerry 224
Tyler, Tommy 100,249
Ulan, Karen 84, 173, 193
Ulmer, Kenneth 89 , 92, 152 , 209
Ulmer, Lois 43, 70, 77, 84, 89 , 249
Underwood, Bill 209
Underwood, Mrs. Grace 43,77,
Underwood, James 165,176
Upton, Lonnie 9,100,249
Vanderburg, John 174,177,224,
Van Hanken, Richard 102,153
Van Wie, Jerre 126,176,209
Voorhies, Anita 53,71,90,224
Voorhies, Judy 71,90,224
Walden, Sandra 249
Waldrop, Jay 134,194
Thrasher, Patsy 53, 65 , 71 , 222
Tillis, Betty 209
Tillis, Doris 82,83,222
Tilly, John 53,67,71,82,83,92,
Timmons, Billy 138
Tinsley, Miss Mona 43,71,173
Tipton, Judy 76,82,83,223
Tochterman, Jerry 25,90,125,134
Tochterman, John 74,75,94,226,
Tompkins, Janie 77,209
Toops, Sandy 101,249
Trevino, Ed 209
Trevino, Luis 209
Trickle, Clayton 125, 151, 193
Trickle, Diana 249 ,
Tumlinson, Clint 34,35, 89,93,
Tumlinson, John 125,192,193
Tumlinson, Ruth 223
Tune, Betty 77,84,209
Tune, Billy 30,53,65,71,97,223,
Tune, Buddy 138,209
Turnage, Mike 84,87,209
Turnbow, Holly 223
Turner, L. J. 30,101,223
Walker, Weldon 142
Ward, James 146,151,250
Ward La Vanna 194
Ward Ronald 194
Ward Wanda 84,93,97,209
Ward Verlon 8,30,71,101,224
Warden, Dub 145
Warren, Eldon 124,138, 139, 141,
Warren, Gary 77,138,140,224,
Warren , Sherlene 84
Vicki 27, 77, 108, 209
Watson, Coy 102,112, 113 , 114,
Watson, Homer 95,125,194
Watson, Linda Sue 53,84,88,224
Watson, Margaret 49,56,70,72,
Way, Danny 194
Way, Terry 224
Weaver, Mike 30,36,71,74,112,
Webb, Monty 64,82,83,85,87,
Weeks, Bobbie Sue 209
Weems, Debby 84,194
Weir, Fred 112,114,116,134,154
Welch, David 224
Wells, Eileen 89,224
Wells, Tommy 194
West, Fred 112,119,142,154,165
Westbrook, Billy 194
Westbrook, Jim 225
Whatley, Janice 250
Wheeler, Danny 100,225
Wheeler, Mike 209
Whisenhunt, Mary 194
White, Becky 209
White, Cynthia 209
White, Robert 30,105,112,115,
Whitehead , Ginger 26,126,194 ,
Wieser, Karen 54,82,83,9'7,210
Wieser, Ken 64,82,83,216,250
Wilke, Betty 89,108,250
Wilkins, Betty 84,210
Wilkins, Jamie 2'7, 126,194
Willey, Danny 151,210
Williams, Brenda 99,210,225
Williams, Crawford 151,194
Williams, Janet 87,210
Williams, Mrs. Ruthie 171
Williamson, Kay 225
Williamson, Kenneth 92,171,261
Willis, Cathy 28,29,64,82,83,85,
Willis, Joe 210
Willis, Lloyd 169
Wilson, Barbara 96,210
Wilson, Kendrick 171
Wilson, Terry 138,140,210
Wimberly, Terry 84,124,138,166
Winfield, Mike 36,210
Winningham, Eva Joyce 250
Wollard, Dennis '70,81,9'7,104,
Woods, Danny '70,143,251,261
Woods, Donna 153,194
Woods, Patti 54,'7'7,92,93,210
Woullard, Sally 30 ,52,53, '71 , '73
Danny 80, 85, 86, 100,
Yandell, Dean 125
Yandell, Orbie 194
Yarbrough, Larry 194
Yarbrough, Jerry 34,52,'75, 104,
Yocum, Clifton 98,105,251
Yocum, Terry 81,210
Youngblood, Marquetia 210
Young, Brad 20,30,50,81,90,
Young, Marion 34,251
Zant, Alice 100 ,210, 225
Vocational school final chapter wri1'1'e
Time changes everything - even yearbooks. Yearbooks have
evolved from senior autograph books into complex books that attempt
to record the events of the year as well as interpret the role of edu-
cation. And many people are responsible for the success of a year-
book - the staff, the photographers and the student body, the people
who "make" the story of the year.
A vote of thanks is given to the people who cooperated with the
production of the book - students who showed up early or stayed late
for special photos and teachers who graciously tolerated late arrivals
and early dismissals of students to and from classes. Many little
things - as well as major things - go into recording the story of the
year - thanks.
' schooI's history
A major contribution to this
book was made by Roy Bode, a
1966 graduate. Bode was Roundup
editor and Student Council presi-
dent. It was his feature story in
the Odessa American in a special
spotlight souvenir edition about
the history of Andrews County that
gave the Mustang staff the idea for
the theme. A special thank you is
due Mr. Bode who is now a police
reporter and feature writer for the
American while a student in
The cover ofthe yearbook is
the first impression that a viewer
gets of the book, and the staff feels
that subscribers will be as pleased
as they with the design of the
cover made by John Dupre, math
.wwf ROY Bona
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
"The WorId's Best Yearbooks Are TayIor'made"
Suggestions in the Andrews High School - Mustang Yearbook (Andrews, TX) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.