Andrews High School - Mustang Yearbook (Andrews, TX)
- Class of 1969
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14-7 win. Coaching the
Naughties to the win
were Edward Nichols
and .lan Beard and the
Broads' coaches were
Leon Barbee and Mrs.
Johnny Aikey QLD was chosen Powder Puff King during half-
time ceremonies, other nominees were Johnny Horton and
Max Ramsey. Half-time entertainment was provided by the
well-dressed Powder Puff band and the cheerleaders. Cheering
on Barbee's Broads were James Cordon, Mike Gaston, Billy
Phipps, Keith Clanahan, and Morris Sanders.
In Powder Puff tilt
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brooms, the Halloween Queen 'candidates were
selected by their individual classes in elections
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float took first place beating out many other outstanding entries.
Driven by Steve Rose, senior queen nominee Jannifer
Cooper leads the royal procession through the parade
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Susan Morgan, a junior candidate, driven by Brick Gilliland thinks
of her chance to be a Mustang Homecoming Queen.
Queen Candy rules over the Tulia fromple
A very pretty queen indeed, Miss Candy Hutcheson fleftl
admires her own signed football presented to her by the
team. Her escort is senior Co-captain Randy Griffith.
Manager Sammy Grahm and Richard Owen fbelowl cut
loose the box of balloons as a way of saying "Welcome
Senior varsity cheerleaders
Janis Payne, Sara Rogers,
and Prissy Taylor finish their
last Homecoming yell of their
high school career. The junior
varsity cheerleaders Toni
Brown, Nancy Swift, and al-
temate Kathleen McCaskill
have their best year ahead.
works with Merchant
National Honor Society '
A httle unsure of hxs sales pltch Brad Noble looks quesnonmgly at hls
customer Mrs qharp Brad worked for Brlggs Jewelry on N H S workday
V1Ck18 Schooley Kabovel spent a day
member worked wlth some merchant
for one day durmg the Chnstmas
Debby Pyle Ileftl dlsplays fme sxlver
sold at Hulens Jewelry Store The
wages earned hy each went mto a
scholarshlp fund At the NHS mstal
latlon breakfast B1lly Tune and Patsy
Thrasher recelved these scholarsh1ps
in Wackers' as a sales girl. Each N.H.S.
Seniors run town with firm hands
The county held a mock trial for the seniors working in their department on Government Day. All county jobs were filled by
students. The city government had students with them also. Below, the seniors are busy with mayors Jackie Brown and Steve Price
holding a city council meeting. Joe Dominee from KMID TV spoke at the student luncheon.
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Symbolic of class and school spirit, the bonfire rises higher and higher.
Cary Smith, Sammy Lee, John Bumpers, and Ramsey Humphri
better known as the "Moonshiners" are always a good source of
Hidden arts revealed
kie Brown Gets the heat ae the other Green Pep
Now well known and popular with a fiddle, Dick
Baird livens up the atmosphere with some wild,
in itdlent show
pers make theiriway to the Stagg ' Ronnie Wright plays Dean Martin.
Alhert Peterson fTommy Jackson? trys to 'Tut on a Happy Face" for
E-ligle Sad Girl played by Paula Middleton as the pair await Conrad
Many such rehearsals involving hard work went into the production of
the first Andrews High School musical 'Bye, Bye, Birdie.' At the end
of six weeks, '6Birdie" went on and came off a great success.
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Tommy Jackson fcenterl fences bravely against the hired kidnappers of his ladylove
"The Romuncers" steals state honors
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The 4'dead" Brad Noble fbelowl explains to the young lovers'
mothers, Judy MclVIurry and Ann Stringfellow, "It's my bill, 1
ladies." Cathy Willis and Tommy Jackson fright! exchange secret l
vows of love over the wall. The excellent job took the cast to X
Dancing to the music
ut the Prom und enjoy-
ing the "Old South"
dccor are Gene Pat
Hatcher und Senior
Id S th" Prom
Juniors fete seniors with "0 ou
ding the music for the Prom was the Sweet Smoke from Ft
11, shown here is the lead singer for the group.
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r an en w o nows., junior Tom Ryan defends the home grounds most efficiently
Balloon fight' held in Mustang Stadium
.lunior Danny Smith Kabovej checks the balloon supply as classmates ward
off nearing senior invaders. As usual, the seniors took the victory. Below,
ever one h ad f th l' ' '
y e s or e me of scrimmage for one more big tussle.
lnconspicuously retreating, Mr. Hutchinson is
quite unaware of the upcoming incident.
phomores try new approach to Valentines
Buying Valentines from sophomores Pam Burns, Nedra Hutchinson, and Kathy Nahors are Sheila Lanier, Mittie Hearne, and
Rocky Raburn. Watching the proceedings is class advisor Bill Smith. Practicing for deliveries are Ann Stringfellow fbelowl,
Johnny Archer, .lan Fisher, Billy McBeth, Cathy Rogers, Bill Dillingham, and Cristi Shaw on guitar.
Dome setting for special Christmas Holidays
Office girls Vickie Schooley and Becky Belcher seem
to catch the Christmas Spirit and stop to examine the
tiny gifts below the tree.
Mr. Brewer and Murray McDonald add final touches to the dome
hy hanging the greeting of Noel.
Display of wreath, Student Council tree
With creative mind und skilled hunds, Brad Noble works
cautiously with the delicate glass hulls and evergreen
lnoughs. The result is u beautiful and gigantic wreath.
Almost thirteen feet in height, fbelowl tl1e'Student Council
Christmas tree created u hushed atmosphere as it reminded
everyone of the approaching holiday season.
Ugly . . .
Enough to cause anyone to shiver,
Edward Davis, Joe Pitman, Johnny
Carwile, Gary Cox, and Jackie Brown
Cast menacing glares as they pose
for the beard growing contest.
Mike Niblett and Ron Leach observe the
transformation of Sammy Lee into a pic-
turesque character by Mr. Robertson, head
of the Art Department.
Keith Clanahan, Brodie Hutchinson, Joe Pitman, and Johnny Carwile model fresh fall fashions during the first Twirp Week
Fun 'n games highlight TWIRP Week
Bringing out the feminine characteristics in Mike Gaston, Pam
Piper slaps on the Twirp Week Make-up. Headed for the finish
line, Joe Pitman and Becky Belcher try to prove three legs are
better than four.
events added to TWIRP week activities this year were
' cult Stickhorse Race
for the Made Up Contest are fl to I
ana Foster Arlme McCullough ,leaneen Pell
Feeding Kabovel and Fa y
qhown preparing for and thinking-up a great
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quick survey of Andrews students
-, --.ner auu Latny Bromley pass some of
4 their leisure time at the zoo.
1 H-, uwuuurcy, ueborah Brown, and 'Marian Potter
tour the Old South.
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noon of romping around Six Flags. Tommy Miller, Roger Hughes and Roger an s
ing to boys, the Log Ride.
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that boosts the team as well as the student body.
Spirit boils high in pre-
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y an off, these six girls pull the students together and create the high
spirit all of Andrews is so proud of.
Seniors Prissy Taylor and Sara Rogers fright! have caught a touch of the
spirit bug. The Spirit Box, like the Spirit Stick, is just another way of
lifting good old Mustang Spirit.
game pep ra
ueens chosen for basketball, baseball, track
Surely after much deliberation, Miss Sara Rogers received the honor of Basketball Queen. Sara's escort is Steve Rose. The
other nominees for the title were Nancy Swift escorted by Mark Bader and Miss Susan Morgan with escort .lohnny Horton.
Chosen by the track team as their Queen was Susan Morgan. Runners-up
were Nancy Swift and .lannifer Cooper. Their osvorts were track vaptains
Sam Graham, Don Leatherwood, and Steve Hays.
The lucky girl chosen to represent the team
headed for state is Baseball Queen Vickie School-
ey. Paula Piper and Sara Rogers were the other
With the audience in stitches, Larry
Mathis and Tommy Jackson give their
all for Paul as they swing to "Guitar-
In another council election skit,
Tony Brown 'bellies' up to the
har as Sue Ryan and Sandy Gas-
ton discuss politics of the day-
nainely student council elections.
Lonnie Proby decides he's gone as far as
he's going as he eyes his feminine co-per-
"Here come the judge!" Lonnie dons a new
costume and petitions for Pam Piper as sec-
Clanahan elected as
New Council President
Eagerly awaiting the election
results, Keith Clanahan aids
Miss Morehead at one of the
voting polls. Her first coun-
cil election, Selwa Raja enjoys
Homerooms clash in volleyball tournament
Gary Cox and Mike McCurry work together to make a scoring
play during the homeroom volleyball tournament. A sore losers
battle was held between Mr. Williamson's first period and Mr.
Robertsorfs homeroom. The mathematicians were victorious.
Perhaps a new method for volleyball, junior Wayne Stuart
applies some karate to an offensive ball. The tournament champs
were Mr. Willisls homeroom students.
The homerooms were also beneficial in the patio fund
drive. Building Trades contributed 160 dollars While
Cosmetology donated 156. Many other homerooms also
placed donations in the fund starting at five dollars.
Each class can now be remembered through the patio.
For the last time,
principal B r o d i e
to the seniors as a
class. A fine man in
the eyes of the stu-
dents, Mr. Hutchin-
son brought tears
to many eyes as he
presented his fare-
well speech to them.
President Mark Bader fbelowl presented the
Yelcomey Hendefmed Welcome 35 meaning Selected by the faculty, Billie Smith spoke of an age of
many thmgs. reality,
Seniors strive for an 'Age of Aquarius'
With .08 of a points difference, Billy Tune was Valedictorian and
Patsy Shoffit was Salutatorian.
Steve Rose fleftl was chosen by popular vote to speak on behalf
of the students.
Below, many students found humor in the speeches presented at
commencement. The theme was taken from the song "Aquarius,"
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As tears fill many eyes, the seniors of 69 sing together the familiar words of the school song inoug
' bl be together as an entire body again. To signify graduation class president Mark Bader w1l1 lead
the group will proba y never
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e senlors as they change t e1r
com pared to
Marching in recession, another group has graduated and falls into the
ranks of 'Exesf Melancholy thoughts aside, Senior Don lngrarn frightl
and date Gail Moxley swing to the sounds of the Phantoms at the
senior all-night party.
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Top students earn Golden Horseshoe Award:
Class president, Mark Bader, captured the second
Golden Horseshoe Award. Acting as class vice-president
ls sop omore and freshman years, Mark also held
offices in the 'Key Club, and Latin Club. Mark is very
active in Belletristics, National Honor Society, Golf
and Basketball. He has also been an Academic Award
One of the highest awards an Andrews High Schoc
student can earn is the Golden Horseshoe. To ear
this award, a student must participate in school
tivities, be a senior, be friendly, take school
seriously, respect the rights of others, adhere to
tian principles, have a healthy attitude toward
and be loyal to the school.
The first Golden Horseshoe Award went to s '
Miss Janis Payne. .lanis has been cheerleader all
years of high school and was head cheerleader h
senior year. She has been active in volleyball, F.T.A
Student Council, Band, Student Christian Union, Land.
Stripers, and Spanish Club. Janis has captured man
titles including Best Personality, Basehall Queen, Hom
coming Queen, and Twirler.
November's winner, Billy Tune, is a member of th
Band. He was named to All-District Band his seni
year. Billy is also president of the Student Christia'
Union. He is active in the National Honor Society whe
he holds the position of vice-president. In the Mat'
Club, Billy is a member of the slide rule team an
during his sophomore and freshman years he wo
5, Mark Bader A Billy Tune
Recipient for the month of December was
Tommy Jackson. He has been a member in
the National Honor Society, Belletristics, A
Capella, speech, drama, De Molays, Junior
Classical Leavue, Math Club, and debate. Tom-
my h-as held many offices in clubs such as the
National Thespian Society, Science Club,
De Molays. Tommy holds the position of
tion leader in the A Capella choir. He
named to the All-District east his junior
Steve Rose, January's winner, is an active member
l various clubs and organizations. Steve has partici-
ted in football for two years. basketball four years,
d baseball four years. He served as vice president
uring his sophomore and junior years and also held
osition in the Key Club. Steve was elected class
his junior year, selected beau of the prom,
has been an academic award winner. He is also
member of the National Honor Society and the
February's winner, Shelton Smith, was the seventh
senior to receive the honor this year for citizenship
and contributions to his school. He is a former student
council officer and presently is a senior class officer and
president of the Key Club. Shelton is a four year varsity
debater and state champion: He was Andrews' delegate
to Texas Boys State and the prize winning feature editor
of the Roundup.
SHELTON SMITH 53
Recipient for the month of April was Miss Patsy
Shoffit. Patsy has won state titles in U.l.L. competition
in Slide Rule and Number Sense. She is also a member
of the French Club, Future Teachers, Math Club, N.H.S.
and the homeroom presidents. Patsy has been an aca-
demic award winner her sophomore 'unior and senior
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54 PATSY SHOFFIT
Brad Noble was chosen Colden Horseshoe winner for
the month of March. Brad has been involved in many ac-
tivities such as the Key Club, Belletristics Society, Art
Club, Student Council, Drama, Speech, and the National
Honor Society. Brad has served as freshman vice-president
and sophomore president and also has held offices in the
Art Club and the National Honor Society. Brad has also
served as a homeroom president his freshman year and
has participated in track three years.
President of the Council, John Parish, received t
Golden Horseshoe Award for the month of May. Joh
has been a four year member of the football and base
ball squads and a three year member of basketball an'
debate. In debate this year, John won the state titl
in boy's debate along with Shelton Smith. He is als
a member of the Key Club and the French Club.
Top students receiv
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ANITA VOORHIES PEGGY PRYOR ELAINE ELLINGER
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Nineteen chosen Who's Who
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Industrial Arts Foreign Language History
VIOKI HILTON BRAD NOBLE
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Students capture state titles
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' e Rule Boy's Debate Informative Speech
BILLY TUNE RUDI NELSON
A record number of students represented Andrews High School in UIL State Compe-
tition in Austin in May with six students Winning the state championships in various aca-
demic and sports events. Senior Patsy Shoffit Won a first place in slide rule in the math
division, while Billy Tune took a first in science. Shelton Smith and John Parish took the
state title in boyis debate. They had advanced to state semi-finals last year. Rudi
' ' l ' tennis competition while Robert Knight won
Nelson took a first place in the girls sing es in ,
a first place in boy's informative speaking. Others who represented the school in the Meet were
Cathy Willis, third in prose readingg Ford Roberson, third in number senseg Cathy Willis,
Tommy Jackson, Judy McMurry, Anne Stringfellow, Brad Noble, Linda Rogers, Cali Jones,
Paul Pinnell, Larry Elkins, Mary Peek, and Brenda Mitchell-all participating in the one-act
h W'll's were named to the State All-Star Cast
play contest. Tommy Jackson and Cat y 1 1
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for their performances. Mr. Hutchinson said that this wast e es y y
Don Maynard, star ilanker back for the
New York Jets, had the difficult task of
choosing this yearis Mustang Beauty. Mr.
Maynard at one time resided in Andrews
while attending Texas Western College.
When speaking of selecting the most beau-
tiful from the five candidates, he com-
mented that he asked friends, neighbors,
relatives, and 'aeveryone who came overn
which one they thought prettiest. "Their
opinionsfl he said, "were interesting, but
of little help. l finally had to sit down
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To be named a Mustang Beauty candidate in itself
is an honor. Petitions Were signed and a whole host
of candidates appeared before the student body. From
these, the students elected only five. These five-the
girls the students considered the most beautiful-then
had portraits made. These were sent to Don Maynard
this year and he made the difficult decision "An of
these girls," he said, 'ccould easily be a beauty queen
in her own rightf,
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sicians prepare for state com etition
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The All-District Band members are, from left to right: Allan Erwin, Mike Bryan, Billy Tune, and Richard Dalton.
Second row: Martin Crow, Bill Green, Lemon Carlton, and Dennis Eggleston. Third row: Carolyn Little, Debra
' Th se band members performed June 2nd and 3rd at the music
Taylor, Gwen Castleman, and Debbie Gregory. e
festival in Austin.
Representing the Andrews High School A Cappella choir at the All-Regional choir in Udessa
linger, Ramsey Humphries, Robert Buckley, and James mg.
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Scholastic excellence recognize
Academic award winners this year include I from left to right! on the bottom row: Rodney Cavett, Bill
Wayne Harrison, Billy Tune, Keith Clanahan, Ricky Demmler, Brian Jordan, Ricky Laminack, Richard
and Chuck Donaldson. Second row: Wayne Stewart, Ronnie Baird, Kevin Ballard, Don Gibson, .lerry Toci
John Clark, Pete Clack, Sammy Baker, Pat Flannery, Robert Knight, Randy Flowe, Mark Joyce, Rodney
dleston, Steve Fo er d L D ' ' ' ' '
p , an arry ecker. Third row. Helen Nelnast, Jill Simmons, Sharon Vickers, Janis Pyle,
Each year the students of Andrews High School receive recognition for outstanding academic per-
formance. Any student who is taking at least three solid subjects and who maintains an overall
grade point average of 90 or above for the first five six Weeks periods in each of his subjects is
given an academic awa d. Ch ' ' '
r OIT, band, P. E. and asslstanceshlp grades are not included in this aver-
students receive academic awards
as Judy Moxley Tommie Hamilton, Leona Shoffit, Cindy Clack, Elizabeth Zap, Sandra Riemenschneider, Kay
d S Mor an Top
'stiai1, Debbie Denimler, Dona Madison, Shirley Cooper, Judy McMurry, Linda Watson, an usanK g
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.Bobbie Kay Martin, Patsy Shoffit, Susan Elam, Anita Voorhles, Theresa Day, Patty Woods, aren
ara Jones, Debbie Gregory, Marsha Eades, Pam Garrison, Carolyn McPeek, Linda Hamilton, Jan Jennings,
. Piper, and Alana Foster.
Seniors who qualify to receive an academic award have th
Juniors and sophomores may
for their scholastic excellence.
receive either sweaters or jackets. Freshmen are awarded sweaters
eir choice of sweaters, jackets or blankets.
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Key Club attends state convention ln Housfo
MEMBERS: Ileft to rightj Charley Rogers, Gary Warren Steve Prlce Shelton Smith Brodie Hutchlnson Mlke Hilton John
Parish. Second row: Larry Abernathy, Steve Rose, Brad Young Mike Burton Cary Cox Keith Clanahan Mike Weaver Frank Price
Bruce Blanks T lz'rd row R' k H b
. L : IC y erz erger, Stanley Scott Joe Pitman Bradley Noble Steve Hayes Morrls Sanders Mark Bader
Johnny Hatcher, Jim Hankins, Randy Griffith, Mike Gaston and Brick Glllland Not pictured is Kenneth Ulmer
A service club sponsored by the Kiwanis,
the AHS Key Club is active not only at
school but in the community as well. The
club endeavors to promote school spirit dur-
ing football season by decorating cars. Four
members journeyed to Houston this year to
take part in the State Key Club Convention.
Mr. Bin Coolsby and Mr. Leon Barbee spon-
sor the organization, and Nedra Hutchinson
was elected club sweetheart.
OFFICERS: fleft to right! Shelton Smith, presidentg
Steve Rose vice resident M k
, -p g ar Bader, secretary:
Brodie Hutchinson, treasurer.
For the third year the Mustangers have proved
highly successful as a school spirit supporting
club. The Mustangers consist of junior and senior
boys. The members work toward promoting a
higher team spirit and student body morale. They
follow each sport closely, and during football
season, they leave a trail of yellow streamers and
victory signs on every car around the school.
Each Mustanger can easily be recognized in his
black leather vest and boots. Sponsoring these
boys for the first time this year is Mr. Leon Barbee.
OFFICERS: flejt ta rightj Gary Warren, secretary-treasuv
er, Keith Stringfellow, presidentg Johnny Hatcher, vice-
presidentg Jim Stone, first vice-presidentg and Jackie
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MUSTANCERS: K left to right! Jackie Brown, Dan Fisher, Dale Bruce. Second row: Sam Bookout, Sam Graham,
Garry Warren, Mike Burton, Keith Stringfellow, Steve Price. Third row: Paul Gilbert, Randy Chambers, Doug
Irwin, Phil Clark, Charley Rogers, Shelton Smith, Ronnie Cowart. Fourth row: Ronnie Barns, Johnny Carwxle,
Rocky Raburn, Johnny Hatcher, Sam Lee, Don Leatheswood, Jim Stone, and Larry Elkins.
Future Nurses devote time to hospital work
First row Kleft to rightl: Kaye Graham, Nelda James, Cindy Clack, Susan Thomas, Carla Peeples, Elizabeth Zap. Second row: Susan
Massey, Claudia Bias, Susan Osterhout, Linda Gains, Charlotte B k B h B ' ' ' ' '
an s, ar ara aucom, Mary Mireles. Third row. Tonma Shelton,
Dianne Myers. Teresa Vandlver, Vanessa Taylor, Shareen Bradshaw, Linda Davis, Jackie Clements, Nancy Sparks. Fourth row: Belinda
Batchelor, Linda Bromley, Martha Young, Paula Adkins, Betty Davis, Linda Mathis, Kathy Mason, Billie Peeples Betty Hill Dona
Madison Fifth row Maril n K'n J H ff
. : y 1 g, oyce o man, Kathy Dunlap, Beverly Lee, Earlene Broyles, Dianne Moore: Scarlet Cuinmins,
Jerri Scroggins, Debbie Carter, Debbie Moss.
The Future Nurses of 1969 de-
voted many hours of helpful work
at Permian General Hospital. The
girls picked up trays, delivered ice
water, coffee, and juice, made
beds, and generally helped the
OFFICERS: K left to right! Betty Davis, vice presidentg Barbara Baucom, presi-
dentg and Linda Mathis, secretary-treasurer.
Future Teachers prepare proiect for meet
First row K left to rightl: Nancy Nichols, Debra Taylor, Debbie Cox, Kathy Neighbors, Nancy Swift, Lynn Hollis, Donna Martin,
Bobby Kay Martin, Kathleen McCaskill, Margie Campbell. Second row: Sandra Riemenschneider, Leslie Carr, Sandra Dillon,
Debbie Wright, Shirley Cooper, Glenda Mathis, Vickie Flowerree, Pam Piper, Jana Mosely, Dana Hayes, Karen Ulan, Kathy
Rogers, Paula Middleton. Third row: Jackie Hitch, Merle Byran, Barbara Harding, Jannette Beck, Paula Piper, Julie Hardin,
Cindy Howell, Rhonda Bond, Lana Fitts, Jan Fisher, Angela Hamilton, Janet Schooley, Rita Dill, Helen Neinast. Fourth row:
Peggy Riemenschneicler, Marsha Eades, Alana Foster, Debbie Gregory, Dianne Brinkley, Carla Newbrough, Carolyn McPeek,
Domaa Greaves, Christi Shaw, Sheila Lanier, Jennifer Cooper, DeLane Bearden, Cathy Balkum, Beverly Murphree, Paula Smart,
and andy Coan.
The Future Teachers of America develops student interest
in and desire for teaching. They become acquainted with
this field by student teaching in the elementary schools
of Andrews. Five members attended the district convention
in Seminole, where Julie Hardin was elected parliamentar-
ian. The State Convention was held in Austin in February
and three members attended.
FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS fleft to rightl.
Donna Greaves, vice presidentg Dana Hayes, report-
er, Dianne Brinkley, parliamentariang Lynn Hollis
historian, Paula Piper, presidentg Julie Hardin, sec
Press Club sponsors iournulism banquet
First row fleft to rightj: Denise Duffey, Jackie Hitch, Jill Simmons, Billie Smith. Second row: Miss .lan Beard, Helen Neinaf
Earlene Broyles, Betty Davis, Jannette Beck, Martha Patterson. Third row: Terry Wimberley, Shelton Smith, Gary Warren, Beverly D
pree, Pam Garrison, James Sword, Buzz Burkett. Fourth row: Jerry Tharp, Mike Gaston, Rocky Raburn, Paul Pinnell, James Kin!
Larry Elkins. Don Ingram, and Mike Turnage.
OFFICERS: Gary Warren, vice-president, Shelton
Smith, presidentg Pam Garrison, secretary and
Paul Pinnell, reporter.
Band wins first division in UIL Contest
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Carolyn Little was crowned as Mustang Sweetheart for 1969
during the Spring Concert. Runners Up include Debbie
Wrightg Janis Payne, Rhonda Bond, and Ginger Raburn.
The "Green Peppers" a newly organized pep band, per-
forms during the annual talent show.
R rs. Second row: Joe Pitman, Cliff Bloom, Gary Cox, James mg,
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Sam Lee, Steve Hayes, Mike Burton, Sandy Herrmgton, and Ramsey ump rie
C h Willis Susan Morris Karen Ulan, Dedra Kennedy, Jeanne neauuck,
GIRIJS CHOIR: fleft to right! at y , ,
Kathleen McCaskill, Becky Belcher, Sara Rogers. Second row: Jan Fisher, Vickie Criswell, Peggy 1
schneider, Barbara Maxie, Joy Cook, Sandie Hulen, Pam Garrison. Third row: Linda Watson, Emily Ard, Kay
Hounshell, Kathy Balkum, Boydette Neighbors, Janet Schooley, Elaine Ellinger, Judy Voorhies. Fourth row:
Earlene Broyles, Vickie Schooley, Barbara Jones, Karen Wieser, Beverly Lee, Barbara Hawthorne, Delane Bearden,
Wanda Ward, and Cathy Ervin.
CHOIR: Ileft to right! Ralph Lewis, Wes Grigsby, Lynn Elkins, Robert Buckley, Bobbie Peeples, James Sword, John Tilly,
' ' K' Brodie Hutchinson, Danny Browning, Gary Smith, John
Choirs hold annual banquet under dome
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First row I left to rightl: Debbie Bolt, Mary Martin, Carla Peep es,
Ken Higdon, Johnny Barrow, Susan Thomas, Paula Carlton, Debbie Hungerford, Mary Farmer, Vickie Powell. Second row:
Patsy Lee, Fonda Gilchrest, Billie Peeples, Jackie Clements, Sandra Riemenschneider, Debbie Harris, Travis Hughes, Jimmy
Browning, Steve Don Carlos, Davy Jones, Jim Harper, Ecell Rawls, Dianne Dobbs, Dianne Moore, Mary Lopez, Martha
Young, and Karen Walraven, Third row: Geraldine Gross, Kay Price, Ruth Hancock, Gay Nell Carruth, Judy Moxley, Bon-
' P trick, Ben Bilbrej Mike Hilton, Joe King, Tom Turnage, Jody Yancy
nie Moore Alfred Luna, John Tumbllnson, Jesse a
cindy Edwards, Paula Adkins, and Debble Badger.
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Gri sby Kenneth Ulmer Linda Rogers, Linda Martin, Gerdine Gross. Fourth row: Marcia mias-su, 1-L -- -... -W -,
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va Flower, De Aun Rehders, Debbie Stevens, Scottie Ne son, 1 ,
an, Vickie lwason, Janie Tompkins, Cheryl Jumpers, Debbie Weems. Fifth row: Roblyn McCarley, Paige Collins, a y
an, Jennifer Cooper, Beverly Lee, James King, Sam Lee, Ronnie Wright, Bill Dillingham, Cliffen Fruge, Sheila Lanier, Lena
M t' and Kathy Dunlap.
organ, Barbara Rowes, Jeanette ar ln,
Future Business Leaders of America is a national
youth organization lt is devoted to rovid'
. p ing stu-
dents with educational, vocational, and leadershi
experiences. It also encourages improvement in
sc olarship, promotes school loyalty and stren th
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the confidence of the students in themselves and
their Work. FBLA holds a na
nually during the month of June. State delevates
chapter representatives, contestants, and chapter
sponsors attended the conventio
held in the early spring.
tional convention an-
n. A banquet was
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OFFICERS fleft to righlj: Anita Hamilton, president, Rhonda
Bond, secretary, Susan Elam, vice president, and Vickie Hilton
First row lleft to rightl: Peggy Pryor, Brenda Cleary, Lucille Spruill, Dorothy Coan, Vickie
Purtell, Rhonda Bond. Second row: Vickie Hilton, Marquita Gross, Susan Morris, Linda Hamil-
ton, Anita Hamilton. Third row: Jannette Martin, Beverly Blocker, Carolyn Payne, Kathy Thomas
ginda Eliason, Connie Patterson, Betty Hill. Fourth row: M . U d
r n erwood, Max Stroud, James
en a Rawls, Susan Elam, Charlene Patterson.
Thespiuns produce first musical in AHS
'rst row fleft to rightl: Charlotte Banks, Donna Martin, Margie Russel, Sandie Jordon, Sandra Brock, Linda Rogers, Billie smnn.
cond row: Cathy Willis, Anne Stringfellow, Suad Raja, Vickie Criswell, Jan Fisher, Mikthell, Patsy Shoffit, M.r. John Hogue. Third
w: Judy Hall, Cathy Rogers, Mary Peek, Paula Middleton, Janet Schooley, Sandi Hulen, Paula Manes, Judy McMurry, Pat Kimber-
' B Tommy Jackson, Brad Noble, Paul Pinell, Dee Lacado, Allen
, Larry Mathis. Fourth row: Larry Elkins, Robert Buckley, Joe ruce,
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rwin, Ricky Demmler, Byron Stevens, Eugene Solomon, and Dennis Egg es on.
The National Thespian Society presented
its first musical entitled "Bye, Bye, Birdien
along with the help of the choir and the
band. The production, directed by John
Hogue, Tom Adams, and Gary Ivy, ran
four nights in January. The art department
under Louis Robertson, and the cosmetol-
ogy with Charlene Jackson, also helped
on the musical. The Thespians also pro-
duced a one-act play which they presented
and was entered in contest. The play won
district and region and competed in state.
OFFICERS: Cathy Willis, presidentg Brad No-
ble, vice presidentg Patsy Shoffit, record's
clerk, Tommy Jackson, treasurer and Anne
John Tilly, presidentg Patsy Shoffit, secretary' Elaine Ellinger
reporterg Billie Smith, treasurerg and Billy Tune, vice-president.
Susan Elan, Mark , , e
Bader, Marsha Nash Steve Rose and Vicki
Vickie Hilton, B841 Noble, Janette Beck, Sam Graham, and
Anita Voorhies, Richard Baird, Peggy Hiemenschneider
Harrison, and Judy Voorhies.
Members not included are:
Verlon Ward, Patsy Thrash-
er, Miss Mona Tinsley,
Sandi Hulen, Carolyn Little,
Vicki Pierce, Ford Roberson,
Carla Price, John Parish,
Tommy Jackson, and Mike
Sally Woulard, Mike Weaver, Bobbie Martin, Randy
Griffith, and Paula Piper.
B ' R bertson, Debbie Gregory, Carolyn McPeek, Ruth Strickland, Karen Vgiisgzr,
First row fleft to rightl: Patti Woods, onnle o
Marsha Eades, Betty Davis, Julie Hardin, Carol Brenholtz, Linda Hamilton, Sue Ryan, Dedra Kennedy, Alana Foster, e re
Wright, Joyce Boggs, Pam Piper, Susan Morgan, Pam Garrison. Second row: E. W. Forbess, Keith Clanahan, Dan Medford,
Glen Christian, Paul Hathaway, Dennis Eggleston, Robert Buckley, Wayne Stewart, Ricky Demmler, Brain Jordon, Ramsey
Humphries, Gary Cox, and Johnny Horton.
The Junior Classical League, the Latin Club
was organized to promote a better understanding
of the history, customs, and language of the
Roman Empire. The annual Roman banquet, in
which the first year students provided the feast,
was held in,the spring. The club sold paper weights
at the Halloween Carnival.
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RS f left to rightl: Mark Bader, presi-
dentg Tom Ryan, sergeant-at-armsg Randy Griffin, vice presi-
dent: and Vickie Criswell, secretary-treasurer.
Latin Club studies Roman customs
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First row fleft to rightl: Miss Brenda Moorehead, Bonnie Bristol, Marsha Eades, Paula Manes, Sue Ryan, Debbie Wright Vickie
Criswell, Paula Piper, Eileen Wells Second row' Mark Jo e St nl S ll
. . yc , a ey ta ings, Calvin Schooley, Mike Ferry, Wendell, Daven-
port, .lerly Tharp, Mike Taylor, Don Cibscn, Brian Jordan, Paul Hathaway. Third row: Gary Hilliard, Steven Bell, Tommy .lack-
son, Stewart Spraggins, Allen Erwin, Mark Bader, Cary Cox, Tom Ryan, Don McDonald, Johnny Horton, and Randy Griffith.
Orchestra attends clinic in Corpus Christi
rst row Kleft to rightl: David Speegle, Tommy White, Enis Lee, Willard Wilson. Second row: Wayne Harrison, Denise Duffey, Byron
evens, Gary Jefferson, Paula Manes, Shirley Cooper, Johnny Voorhies. Third row: Rene Price, Mike Taylor, Tanya Jefferson, Sandra
llion, Barbara Harding, Steve Price, Brad Young, Jim Hankins, Weldon Andrews. Fourth row: Dianne Nash, Ronnie Baird, David
ix, and Tommy Thatcher.
MR. JESUS BARRERA
Bellefrisfics compile "Hoof Prints"
First row: Suad Raja, Sarah Rogers, Judy McMurray, Billie Smith, Sandra Basset, Rita Boggs, Sandra Dillion, Nancy Swift,
Hungerford, Joyce Boggs, Mary Peek, Debbie Cox, Debbie Wright. Second row: Mrs. Moore, Buzz Burkett, Marsha Nash,
Raja, Marcia Ellisen, Claire Hardin, Judy Bray, Cindy Watson, Barbara Harding, Julie Hardin, Sheila Lanier, Alana
McPeek, Susan Elan, Mrs. Zel Roberts. Third row: Steve Rose, Mark Bader, Tommy Jackson, Brad Noble, Mike Bryan, Terry
Mike Turnage, Paul Pinnell, John Bumpers, Chuck McDonald, Wesly Grigsby, Rocky Raburn, Keith Stringfellow.
Members of the Belletristics Society were credited this
year with the creation and production of their own silent
movie, "Gone With The Tumbleweedsf' The production
was made in connection with the Society's Halloween
booth and shot on location near Andrews. Another issue
of the literary magazine, "Hoof Printsf, was also released
by members of the club.
OFFICERS: Kleft to rightl
JULIE HARDIN, Secretary
CLAIR HARDIN, Reporter
MARCIA ELISON, President
SUSAN ELAM, Vice President
ath Club supports state-winning slide rulers
First row flefl to rightl: Debbie Cox, Billie Smith, Patsy Shoffit, Carol Brenholtz. Second row: Julie Hardin, Paula
Manes, Carolyn Little, Janie Tompkins, Patti Woods. Third row: John Tilly, Ricky Demmler, Ruth Strickland, Judy
McMurry, Susan Elam. Fourth row: Mr. Kenneth Williamson, Ford Roberson, Wayne Harrison, Billy Tune, and
The purpose of the Math Club, Tau Mu Kappa,
is to stimulate and promote interest in various fields
of mathematics-from slide rule through research
papers. Various members in the club participated in
mathematical contests throughout Texas. Traveling
to Austin for the state meet, two representatives
won top positions. Ford Roberson ranked third in
slide rule and in number sense while Patsy Shoffit
placed first in slide rule. The club supports the
promotion of scholastic ability and is sponsored by
Mrs. Kenneth Williamson. The "Roll-o-ball" booth
was the Math Club's Halloween Carnival project.
OFFICERS: Billie Smith, sem'1'etary-treasurer, Carolyn Lit-
tle, president: Ricky Demmler. vice-president, and .lulie
Hardin, representative. '
MEMBERS' fleft to right! Debbie Cox D 't R D
. , anla ogers, onna Madison, Jackie Hitch. Second row: Peggy Riemen-
schneider, Helen Neinast. Third row: Danny Smith, Kay Hounshell, Bonnie Robertson, Vickie Pierce, Vickie Schooley,
Carolyn Little, and Mike McDaniel. Not included are: Carl Neinast and Richard Baird.
Social Studies Club
OFFICERS: Patti Woods, secretary-treasurerg and Danny
Smith, vice-president. Not pictured is Carl Neinast, presi-
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Artists lend support
First row fleft to rightl' Sally Woullard, Vickie Criswell, Ruth Strickland, Diane Brinkley, Lavana Ward, Rickie thlton,
b R D 'cl McCaskill, Denise Gravett
Lynn Hollis, Jeanna Carpenter, Denise Gibson. Second row: Stanley Stallings. Bob y yan, avi ,
Lana Fitts, Jerry Tochterman, Nickie Nickle. Third row: Tommy Floyd, Danny Smith, Frank Price, Mike Niblett, Johnny
Hatcher, E. W. Forbess, Allen Erwin, Mike Weaver, Mr. Louis Robertson.
Developing artistic capabilities of its members is
one of the main goals of the Art Club. ln an effort
to do this, posters proclaiming coming events and deco-
rations on the windows and walls were created by
club members. During the annual Bermuda Shorts Day
activities, the club raised money by painting flowers
and "designs" on shorts-clad students' knees. The club
is also credited with having made the scenery for L'Bye,
Bye, Birdie" and for selling psychedelic posters in the
OFFICERS: MARLENE GRAHAM-Vice President
Science club produces future scientists
First row fleft to rightl: Mrs. Thelma Fennel, Randy Flowe, Mark Joyce, James Reed, Lonnie Schooley. Second row: Rodney
Huddleston, Wayne Harrison, Cary Hillard, Richard Dalton, Mike Bryan and Mr. A. W. Shoffit.
The AHS Science Club met regularly this
year in an effort to promote interest in sci-
ence in both the high school and the communi-
ty. Guest speakers joined the members at the
meetings. With the guidance of Mrs. Thelma
Fennel, the club also participated in many
school-sponsored activities including the Hallo-
ween Carnival and the Homecoming Parade.
OFFICERS: RODNEY HUDDLESTON, Secretary
RICHARD DALTON-Vice President
Future Homemakers stresses home skills
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B b Belt Debbie Smith Dianne Dobbs Jeannie Miller. Second
First row fleft to rightl: Debbie Coley, Sandra Dillon, ar ara , , ,
row: Glenda Mathis, Brenda Mitchell, Arlene McCullough, Nelda Monroe, Debbie Pyle, Cynthia Davis, Melody Pryor. Third
row: Mrs. Lil Rogers, Debbie Baker, Donna Woods, Ruth Strickland, Anita Voorhies, Bonnie Robertson, Pat Kimberlin, and
The Future Homemakers of America is a nationally
affiliated organization with the aim and purpose of
teaching and demonstrating the everyday skills of
cooking and sewing. Each girl makes several sets of
clothes and cooks many meals, which enables them
to progress toward the betterment of future living.
Special programs were presented throughout the year
to instruct the girls with helpful tips. By these pro-
grams, the girls learned to give first aid, cover shoes
and were instructed in child welfare.
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OFFICERS lleft to rightl: Debbie Pyle, presidentg Glenda
Mathis, chaplaing Debbie Baker, reporterg Mary Peek, sec-
retary-treasurerg Donna Woods, historian, Pat Kimberlin,
reporterg Ruth Strickland, vice president. 95
SCU provides weekly devotions and prayer
. v...t .vw .Left to rzgntj: Janis Payne, Dianne Dobbs, Debbie Cox, Billie Smith, Cindy Clack, Jackie Clements, Jana Mosely. Seco
row: Cathy Rogers, Jan Fisher, Sandra Riemenschneider, Patsy Thrasher, Pam Garrison, Peggy Riemenschneider, Anita Voorhi
Kay Christian, Paula Adkins, Shirley Cooper. Third row: Alana Foster, Judy Voorhies, Candy Coan, Teresa Day, Carolyn Little, Pa
Manes, Debbie Baker, Sue Ryan, Nancy Yarbrough, Janie Tompkins, Carolyn McPeek. Fourth row: Miss Sandra Smith, Kar
Wieser, Williard Wilson, Robert Buckley, Mike Bryan, Billy Tune, David Speegle, Richard Dalton, Gene Clack, Barbara Jones, Wan
Ward, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bowden,
s of the Student Christian Union gave the daily lunchtime
prayers during the two lun h h'f
devotionals each Monday.
c s 1 ts and also provided the morning
MEMBERS: fleft to rightl Johnny Sawyer, Danny Si-
moneau. Second row: Charles Gilbert, Johnny Voorhies,
Lonnie Schooley. Third row: Douglas Hayes and Allanl
Industrial Arts Club
OFFICERS: Ileft to right! Charles Gilbert, treasurerg
Lonnie Schooley, reporterg Douglas Hayes, sergeant-at
arms: and Allan Heronema, president. Not pictured
are Eddie Eldridge, vice-president, and Wendel Daven-
The Industrial Arts Club was organized
to provide interested students with an
organized way to learn valuable skills that
can be applied to various vocations and
industries. Kaye Graham was elected sweet:
heart of the club. The club is sponsored by
Mr. Allan Seher.
Cosmetologists take state contest honors
First JFK: flefii' to right! Charlotte Banks Linda Bradshaw VlCkl Warren Roblyn McCar1ey Jeannie Keith Marian Potter Second
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ow' y iss aylor, Peggy Pryor Kathy Thomas Dusty Armstrong Sandra Collins Marsha Little, Vicki Benson T lnrd row
Mrs. Charlene Jackson, .lan Kennedy Tommle Hardin Charlene Patterson Carolyn Payne Loveta Briggs Carla Feland and Lynda
OFFICERS: Peggy Pryor, parlia-
mentariang Linda Bradshaw, re-
porterg Vickie Warren, secretary-
treasurer' Robl n McCarle vice
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presidentg Marsha Little, ,chap-
laing Kathy Thomas, historiang
and Cynthia Armstrong, president
ICT travels to Austin for district convention
First row:' fleft to right! Bobby Peeples, Freddia Buchanan, Jan Jennings, Alton Gross.. Second
row: Donnie Loving, Dale Boren, Tommy Miller, Roger Hughes. Third row: Jack Gregg,
Lennis Pipkin, Roger Banks, Alfred Derrington, Ronnie Barns. Fourth row: Mr. Sam Gantt,
Mike Wheeler, Keith Stringfellow, Dale Davis, Benny Thompson, and Bruce Dortch. Not pic-
tured are Roy Mitchell, Larry Murphee, and Larry Drake.
Industrial Co-operative Training develops
leadership ability. The students work as as-
sistants in various fields such as: dentistry,
pharmacy, nursing, electrical business, and
many others. They work in non-sales positions,
unlike DECA. Students learn skills in occu-
pational fields, and develop an appreciation of
the dignity of work along with useful training
after graduation whether they decide to enter
college or not.
OFFICERS: fleft to right! Tommy Miller, treasurer,
Bobby Peeples, reporterg Alfred Derrington, sergeant-ab
arms, Ronnie Barns, first semester presidentg Roger
Hughes, second semester president, Keith Stringfellow,
secretaryg and J ack Gregg, parliamentarian.
DECA promotes youth career activities
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.lim Stone, L. I. Turner, Pete Slack, Ray Renfro, and Mr. Sonny Richardson. Not included is Len Bulter and Twanna
Marketing, merchandising, and man-
agement are the main concerns of
DECA. The organization promotes
youth activity in these areas and at-
tracts young people to careers in mar-
keting and distribution. Members learn
to serve as leaders and have an op-
portunity for state and national recog-
OFFICERS: fleft to right! Kathie Millican,
chaplaing Pete Slack, historiang Anita
Hamilton, reporterg Verlon Ward, treasurerg
Kathy Bromley, secretaryg L. J. Turner, vice-
presidentg and Barbara Hyden, president.
ub sponsors 'Springtime in France" banquet
First row I left to rightl: Brenda Cleary, Kathy Hungerford, Leona Shofht Janeen Pella Palsy sum
Carla Belcher Linda Watson, Patsy Thrasher, Debbie Demmler Carolyn Little Beverly Blocker Third raw Clifton Fruge
' D Brinkley Nathaniel Hearne
Dee Lucado, ,Doug Hays, Ruth Strickland, Glenda Rawls, ianne
An interest in the French language, people, and
customs prompted students to join the AHS French
Club. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Carla Bel-
cher, the club held a banquet in April with the
theme 4'Springtime in France." Members made
their own onion soup "a la France" for the oc-
casion and ate a typical French meal of fruit,
cheese and French bread. The organization's
entry in the Homecoming Parade won them an
honorable mention. Patsy Shoffit won first place
in the District French ll competition, while
Carolyn Little took third place., Marcia Eliason
took second place honors in the French l contest.
OFFICERS: Kathy Hungerford, historiang -Patsy Shot-
fit, presidentg Debbie Demmler, vice president, Patsy
Mechanics learn 'automobile trades
F irst row: Gary Brackeen, Paul Martinez. Second row.' Joe Willis, Gary Carter, Joe Stansherry. Third row:
Donnie Hicks, and Johnny Carwile.
Building Trades learn construction
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First row flefz to rightl: Bernard Fruge, Johnny Rodriquez, Franklin Abney, Eddie Trevino, Eldon Warren. Second row: Mr Loyd
Willis, James Shumaker, Sammy French, Tony Lopez, Cecil Martin, Larry Nelson, Ricardo Perez. Third row: Humberto Acosta, Lonnie
Proby, Mike McCurry, Ricky Carver, and Sandy Herrington.
Building Trades is a constructive organization which develops leadership
abilities. The students learn skills associated with constructing homes. Each year
they build a home for a sponsor who in turn pays for all the material and labor
involved. This provides a vocational background for non-college bound students.
It also trains them for a job after graduation. For college-bound students this
provides useful training and appreciation for the dignity of work. Some of the
skills acquired in building trades are: painting, electrical wiring, cabinetry, car-
pentry, plumbing, laying foundation, and the necessities involved in constructing
OFFICERS: ,lames Shumaker, representativeg Ricardo Perez, presidentg Larry
Nelson, secretaryg Ricky Carver, historiang Eldon Warren, vice-presidentg and
Lonnie Proby, treasurer.
Inter-Club Council encourages school unify
The Inter-Club Council is made uplof presi-
dents of the various clubs throughout the
school. The presidents along with their clubs,
the Student Council, and the homerooms do-
nated money for the new patio project.
First row fleft to rightl: Mike Bryan. Science Club: Anita Hamilton, Future Business Leadersg Debbie Pyle, Future Homemakersg
Marcia Eliasen, Belletristic Society: Patsy Shoffit, French Club. Second raw: Shelton Smith, Press Club: Jackie Brown, Bandg
Barbara Hyden, Distributive Education: Carolyn Little, Tau Mu Kappag Susan Morgan, Junior Classg Cathy Willis, Thespiansg
Paula Piper, Future Teachers. Third row: Bill Erwin, Freshman Class: John Tilly, National Honor Societyg Brad Young, Or-
chestra: Buffy Hutcheson, Sophomore Classg Ronnie Barns, Industrial Cooperative Trainingg John Parish, Student Councilg
Ricardo Perez, Building Trades. Fourth row: Allan Heronema, Industrial Arts Clubg Billy Tune, Student Christian Uniong James
King. A Capella: Brad Noble, Art: Mark Bader, Junior Classical Leagueg Keith Stringfellow, I C T5 Johnny Carwile, Auto Me-
chanicsg and Danny Ward, Spanish Club. fNot shown are: Donna Clement, Cosmetologyg Barbara Baucom, Future Nurses Clubg and
Carl Neinast, Social Studies Club.J
Homeroom Presidents encourage class spirit
Fifsl V010 fleft to right! James McKissick, Robert Knight,-Mike Brown. Sara Rogers, Pam Piper, Linda Hamilton,
Tommie Hardin, Linda Bradshaw, Karen Foster, Helen Neinast, Diane Graham. Second row: Mike Gordon, Terry Turn-
er, Bill Dillingham, Jimmy Rose, Randy Willey, Pam Garrison, Debbie Pyle, Cathy Willis, Nedra Hutchinson, Brodie
Hutchinson, Denise Horton, Eugene Solomon, Ricardo Perez. Third row: Ronnie Wright, Buffy Hutchinson, Bill
Bridge, Billy Tune, Roger Banks, Max Ramsey, Gary Cox, Billy Phipps, Morris Sanders, Mike Gaston, .lim Stone,
.lim Hankins, Ronnie Cowart, Johnny Carwile, Glen Christian, Robert White, and Rocky Raburn.
Homeroom presidents are the voice of the home-
room. They encourage class spirit along with plan-
ning various activities that compete with other
homerooms. Each year the homerooms have a can-
food drive in which the winner receives 31000.
The toy drive is held in the same manner. During
football season, posters are made and the best are
hung in the gym during the pep rally. This year
the presidents sponsored a volleyball tournament
before school. ln December, a Christmas poster
contest was held. Mr. Williamson's homeroom won
first division in the most humorous division While
Mrs. Brown's class won first in the serious division.
The yearbook sales were also carried out by the
Round-Up receives an award o
Martha Patterson, club page editorg Kathy Hung-
Buzz Burkett, assistant editorg and Marsha Nash, .
Leonard Blanks. club page editorg Mickey Hatthev
reporter. and James Sword. reporter.
erford, club page editorg and Dianne Brinkley.,
hievemenf at UIL meet' in Austin
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Editor Smith, feature page editorg and Gary Warren, sports editor.
Mike Gaston and Buffy Hutcheson Photographers for the MISS JAN BEARD
Mustang Yearbook and the Round-Up. Sponsor of Yearbook and Round-Up
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Randy Browning and Mike Turnage, senior class editors, type busily at
senior brag lines.
Claire Hardin and Sandra Brock, sophomore class editors,
prepare layouts for their sections.
to meet fi
Rocky Raburn and Don Ingram prepare to develop
needed for sections. They are also photographers for
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pictures before reducing them.
Paul Pmell business manager IS busy at work selling annuals
Blanks, assistant editor, helps Beverly Dupree, fresh-
King and Terry Wimherley, sports editors, begin proofreading layouts.
Billie Smlth, editor of the yearbook, confers with Janette
Beck about deadlines.
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Top: Coach Reynolds, Coach Hargrove, Joe Pitman, Johnny Horton, Glenn Christian, Mike Weaver, Randy Griffith, Jim
Hanmns, Lonnie Proliy, Dennis Crawford, Ron Leach, Johnny Carwile, Jerry Tharp, Coach Weir. Middle: Sammy Gra-
ham, Paul Martinez, Don Ingram, Eugene Soloman, Gary Cox, Gary Smith, Billy Phipps, Tom Ryan, Robert White, James
Patrick, Keith Clanahan, Mickey Finley, Randy Browning, Coach Connor. Front row: Billy Griffin, Wesley Griggsby,
John Parish, John Taylor, Ronnie Thames, Eldon Warren, Brodie Hutchinson, Steve Price, Charles Rogers, Amos Allen, Brad
Young, E. W. Forhess, Kenneth Templeton, Coach West.
Trainer James Ketcham, Wayne Stewart, Jay Waldrop, Steve Harmon, Don St. Ama put in a hard season patching up the
Mustangs and keeping them in shape.
Coronado downs Andrews Mustangs, 16-1
Ron Leach, fabovej, tightens up
to take a hard jolt from a Coro-
nado Mustang in the season open-
Johnny Horton U01 pre-
pares a handoff to Tom
Ryan 1143 as the offen-
sive line gives protection,
Opening the season, the Andrews Mus-
tangs put 4-A Coronado on their toes.
Fighting back and forth, the score stood
14-0 in favor of Andrews. Coronado came
back with a touchdown pass, missing the
kick, and leaving the score 16-14 with
52 seconds to go. The Mustangs were
unable to score, but a feeling of victory
prevailed within each Mustang backer
and hopes rose as they looked forward to
the future season.
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ener, the Mustangs pause
for the traditional after
Andrews Mustangs pluck Eagles, 16 14
Brodie Hutchinson 1233 moves in for the tackle wlule Bllly Plupp 1843 and Randy Griffith f81J clo e ln to dSS1Sl
Ruffled Eagle feathers flew
the Mighty Mustangs walked
from the Hobbs Eagles with a
win. lt was indeed a victory to
the Eagles on their homecomin
become the one and only team to
give 'em a taste of defeat.
Brad Young 1661 prepares for the
an undefeated Hobbs Eagle.
Andrews Mustangs swat the Tulia Hornets
The Andrews Mustangs pulled off a
great Homecoming victory by swatting the
Tulia Hornets with a win of 54-0. The
Mustangs certainly cliclnlt expect such a
great victory over them. This made it an
exciting evening for all. After the Mustangs
got the word "go," they didn't stop trying
through the entire game, and made it an
Johnny Horton struggles for more yardage as he
is pursued by two Tulia Hornets.
fBottomj Kenneth Templeton does his best to
gain another yard for the Mustangs.
Johnny Horton goes for long yardage while he is
being pursued by one of the Lovington Wildcats.
Cats drop Andrews
The Andrews Mustangs went to meet the Lovington Wildcats
in Lovington for the last non-conference game of the season. At
first, it seemed as if the Mustangs would come out on top.
Then Lovington started a drive that wouldnit stop. With
the score 13-0, the Wildcats came up from behind and won
the game by a score of 14-13. As cold as it was, the Mustangs
never quit trying and the fans never quit cheering. The Mustangs
went home feeling a little sad, but there Wasn't any doubt in
anybody,s mind that they played a good game.
Brodie Hutchinson makes a long stretch to grab a pass out of the cold
Andrews plucks Eagles, 21-20
Mlckey Fmley clo es tn on I1 Pecos Eagle to stop any yardage gain.
The Pecos Eagles met the Mus-
tangs in Pecos to be defeated by
a score of 21-20. The Eagles
proved to be no match for the
Mustangs as Andrews defeated
them with hardly any trouble at
Brodie Hutchinson prepares to make as
much yardage as possible and stay on
his feet while he is pursued by a Pecos
Mustangs nipped by Monahans Lobos
Tom Ryan, 14, almost gets away from
a Monahans defender as Glenn Chris-
tian, 74, and Brad Young, 66, watch the
The Monahans Lobos
nipped the Mustangs by a
score of 13-10 in Andrews'
second conference game of the
season. Monahans opened the
scoring when Mark Strawn
went all the way for the first
six points of the game. The
PAT was good. In the third
period, Tom Ryan went over
for the touchdown. The PAT
was good. Three minutes later
Ron Leach kicked a 45 yard
field goal. The score was 10-7
in the fourth period. Mark
Strawn threw a 69-yard pass
to Joe Ortiz to win the game.
The PAT was good.
Brodie Hutchinson, 23, does his
best to spoil a Lobo attempt to
bring him down.
Seminole Indians edge out Andrews,
Gary Cox, 52, waits to scalp a Seminole Indian in the third conference game of the
The Mustangs fell beneath
the Seminole Indians in the
seventh grid battle of the sea-
son by a score of 21-20. It
was hard fought throughout
the whole game with the tem-
perature falling to 28 degrees.
With the snow graded off
the field the two teams had a
clear, cold, hard surface to
move on. The very last sec-
onds of the game the Mustangs
attempted a field goal which
was said to be the most un-
decided play of the season.
The referees called the tre-
mendously high field goal "no
good." The Mustangs fell short
one point to lose the game
Cheerleader Toni Brown
says a silent prayer for
a little better luck for
Turn Ryan sneaks up on
one of his opponents to
make a surprising tackle
to stop him from making
any further yardage.
Kermit Yellowiackefs sting Mustangs, 47 1
The Andrews Mustangs met the Kermit
Yellowjackets in Kermit for Andrews' worst
defeat of the season. With a score of 4-7-
l5, the Mustangs proved to be no match
for Kermit's strong hall club. When the
Mustangs received the first touchdown of
the game, the Andrews fans' hopes rose.
Then the Yellowjackets seemed to run away
with the score. The Andrews Mustangs and
their supporters left Kermit with sad hearts
and cold feet after a long, hard, cold eve-
ning on the field and in the bleachers.
Randy Griffith, 81, throws a good block to a
Kermit Yellowjacket to spoil Z1 Yellowjacket at-
tempt to keep him out of action.
E. W. Forbes, 58, makes a long stretch to inter-
cept zi pass, but he wasn't quite tall enough to
complete the interception.
Mustangs trimple Panthers, 49-6
Th Fort Stockton Panthers travelled to me
Mustanffs for the last District game of the season.
The Panthers played a good, hard game, but proved
to be no match for the Mustangs. The score en
a 49-6 in one of the finest exhibitions of football in
the entire season.
Coach Moody Conner shows a few Mustangs a key play for
a possible touchdown.
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Five Mustangs nom cl - ' ' I
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RANDY CRIFFITH MIKE WEAVER JERRY THARP
All-District Linebacker All-District Tackle All-District Center
JOHNNY HORTON TOM RYAN
All-District Defensive Back All-District Back
Two receive honorable mention
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The Andrews High School Ponies represented
Ponies come out with u 4-1-4 season
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Andrews as well as any team could be expected
to represent their school. They came out of the
season with four wins, four losses, and one tie.
Every Pony has his mind set for next yearls foot-
ball season to go in fighting as a varsity player.
As a Mustang, they will fight to win the District
crown and bring the state title back for Andrews.
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Freshman season proves highly successful
Top row' Coach Leach Steve Rod ers Alfr d R C
. , g , e ogeaux, alvin Smith, Randy Willey, Clifton Davis, Bill Ervin, Jerry Cahill,
Nolan Beck, Ben Bilbrey, Julian Lopez, Jessie Patrick, Gary Daniels, Mike Pearson, Donny Wright, Joe King, Bobby Echols,
and Coach Bice. Second row: Coach Smith, Tommy Turnage, Jim Harper, Ronnie Holman, Bonn Shum'k D 'd N'
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erome Black, David Wetzel, Albert Maxie, Davie Jones, Mike Davis, David Lewis, Eddie Farmer, Mickey Matthews,
.limmy Rose, Arvill Hair, Randy Fitzhughes, Steve Hodges, Kenneth Allen. First row: Glen Williams, Roy Ramon, Don
St. Ama, Mark Stevens, Robert Darnell, Ernest Lopez, Ricky Hungerford, Jim Bo McKissick, Kenneth Cross, Larry Morris,
Steve Dorman, Mike Nichols, Terry Neal, Paul Brevard, Ken Higdon, Robby Long, Steve Harmon, and Steve Stringfellow.
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Andrews stings Kermit twice: 56-67, 80-85
ohnn Hatcher, 34, jumps for a basket in the Distri
The Kermit Yellow Jackets met the Andrews
Mustangs twice in the 68-69 basketball season
with scores of 56-67 and 80-85 with Andrews
winning both games. The Mustangs were
stricken with a little bad luck the second
half when Mark Bader, the Mustangs' top
scorer, broke his hand. The Mustangs played
together and beat Kermit despite the bad luck.
Mark Bader goes up for two points while Sammy Lee
prepares to get the rebound.
Andrews sfampedes Seminole: 75-53, 67 5'
Lheerleaders Toni Brown and Nancy Swift "do th ' tl ' " h
The long time rivals, the Seminole
Indians, were defeated by the Mus-
tangs in both rounds of District play.
This didnlt make the Indians too
happy but therc's always somebody
better, and the Mustangs were certain-
ly better this year.
Mark Bader, 15, puts two points in the
bucket as Johnny Horton, 21, waits for a
eir nng as t ey lead a yell at the Seminole game
FI' Stockton claws Andrews twice:
The Fort Stockton Panthers clawed the Mustangs
in both halves of District play. In the first half
the Lobos won 59-54 with Dee Broyles, Lobos' top
scorer, leading the scoring with 30 points. With a
score of 51-50, Ft. Stockton edged by the Mustangs
in the second half of District play. The Mustangs
came out a little short with Rocky Raburn leading
Johnny Horton goes up for a hard two points while a Panther
tries to knock the ball from Johnny's hands.
Confidence? Rocky Raburn seems to have plenty of confidence
as be sinks a one-handed shot from the free throw line.
Mustangs, Lobos each win in District ploy
The Mustangs beat the Monahans Lobos in the
first half of District play by a score of 67-60. In
the last half, the Mustangs fell short with Monahans
'nnin by 67 59 Without Mark Bader's scoring
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but still played a great game.
Jumping high, Johnny Hatcher attempts to lengthen the
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Mustangs' lead by putting two more points on e
Ron Leach prepares to make a pass to a key Mustang cager
so he can put in two points.
Members of this year's varsity basketball team are: Bottom row: Sam Lee, Steve Rose, Brodie Hutchinson, Mark
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a er, om Ryan, Morris Sanders, Nathaniel Hearn. Second row: Amos Allen, James Shumaker, Bill Phlpps, Keith
Clanahan, Don McDonald, Cary Cox. Third row: Coach Edwards, Cliffen Fruge, Kenneth Templeton, Ramsey Hum-
phries, Rocky Raburn, Johnny Horton, Ron Leach, Johnny Hatcher, and Coach Farmer.
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B-team and Fish Cagers have good season
This year's B-teamers include on the first row: Scotty Nelson, Danny Browning, Bill Dillingham, Randy Lami-
nack, Sammy Baker, Rodney Lunceford, Byron Seal, Crawford Williams. Second row: Coach Bice, Larry
Decker, Gary Rogers, Rick Rushing, Ronnie Wright, Stanley Scott, Clark Pearson, and Mark Pearson.
Freshman cagers include on the bottom row: Don St. Ama, Calvin Smith, Ricky Hungerford, David Lewis, Earnest
Lopez, Davy Jones, Roh Long, Terry Neal. Mark Stephens. Robert Darnell. Second row: Steve Hodges, Steve
Rodgers, Lytle Warren, Kenneth Bales, Mark Rushing, ,lim Harper, Howard Shumaker, Albert Maxie, Clay Gray,
Randy Fitzhugh, .limbo McKissick. Third row: Eddie Farmer. .limmy Rose, .lesse Patrick, Cary Daniels, Clifton Davis,
RandiyNWilley, Bill Ervin, Alfred Rougeaux. .lerry Cahill Mike Pearson. Mickey Matthews, Ronnie Shumaker, and
Linksfers win district crown:
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The Mustang Golf Team brought home the district crown
after a close race with the Monahans team. The Linksters
fought hard after falling 12 shots behind Monahans, and
won the title hands down. At regional competition in
Odessa, Texas, the Linksters were edged out by Snyder
and brought home second place.
Take second in regional competition
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u e suc people as: Max Stroud, James Jordan, Larry Abemathy, Mor-
ris Sanders, Brick Cilhland, Frank Price, Sammy Baker. and Randy Laminack.
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and Toyua Jones.
Bottom row: Mike Gordon, Bill Timmons, Mike Niblet, Stanley Scott, Jerry Tochterman, Bary Rogers, Danny Browning, Bill
Bridge, Glenn Cristian, Mike Lloyd, Amos Allen, Kenneth Templeton, Mickey Vinley. Second row: Wayne Carpenter, Tom
Jackson, Gary Cox, Steve Price, Ron Leach, Charles Brock, Ronnie Wright, Kenny Caraway, Terry Leatherwood, Bill A1-
bright, Lonnie Proby, Bill Phipps, Robert White, Mike Taylor. Top row: Coach Jerry Reynolds, Rodney Lunceford, Brodie
Hutchinson, C. E. Johnston, Dusty Cray, Johnny Archer, Randy Griffith, Joe Pittman, Mike Weaver, Steve Hayes, Don Leather-
wood, Bonnie Hair, Keith Clanahan, Johnny Horton, Sammy Graham, Gary Allen Warren, Coach Moody Conner.
Mustang track team wins district meet
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Distance runners this year include milers Stanley Scott, C, E. Johnson, Sam Graham, with half-milers Keith Clanahan, Steve
Hayes. and Mickey Finley.
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left are Gary Rodgers, Don
Leatherwood, Johnny Horton, and -
Mike Gordon. ,
Bottom picture: Vaulters for this
year are, top row, right to lefty
Jerry Tochterman, Billy Tim-
mons, Steve Price, Johnny Hor-I
ton, and Gary Warren.
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astounded opponent watches. ing for the coming meets.
Ronny Wright, Johnny Archer, Terry Leatherwood, Kenny Caraway, Mike Lloyd, Glenn Christian, Tommy Jackson, Randy
Griffith, Lonnie Proby, Mike Weaver, and Gary Cox are the shot and discus men for this year.
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The Fillies put in a lot of work this
year to come up with their hard-playing
teams. They put in a good battle for a dis-
trict Win, but lost out giving our rival
Kermit the title. V
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team a pep talk and advice during one of
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Swimming teams take state title again
' ld Bottom row' Jeanne Headrick Belinda Batchelor, Janeen Pella, Rickey
Girls swimming team this year inc u es: . ,
Ginger Whitehead, Lynn Hollis, Debbie Cox, Danita Rogers. Top row: Debbie Demmler, Nancy Morgan, Tommie Hamilton
Prissy Taylor, Susan Morgan, and Lena Mae Morgan. Not pictured is Nedra Hutchinson.
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Boy Seahorses this season are: . , ,
McCaskill, Chucky Raburn, Owen Sears. Middle row: David Knight, Mike Pitkin, Richard Lip-
' ' D Lucado, Allen Erwin, Richard
ham Bobby Ryan, Rickey Bacon, Kenneth Ulmer. Top row. ee
besma, Eugene Solomon, Mike Lindsey, and Ricky Demmler,
Andrews divers place af sfafe AAA meet
Left: Ricky Lipham, on left, placed second in the state
diving competition at Burnet this year. Bobby Ryan
placed first at the state meet. Both did great jobs due to
hard workouts and rigorous training.
Danita Rogers earned a sixth place while Prissy Taylor won
second at Burnet this year. Both girls worked hard and
deserved their trophies.
Top left: Ricki Hilton swam the breast stroke
at the state meet and did very well. She made
Top right: Nancy Morgan is a member of the
girls relay team. They placed at Burnet.
Bottom: Richard Sybesma and Dee Lucado, mem-
bers of the Seahorses. They also won trophies at
the state meet.
Swimmers, left to right are Allen Erwin, Chucky Raburn, Richard
Sybesma, and Ricky Demmler.
More of the Seahorses are Eugene Solomun, Dee Lucado, David Knight, and Robert Knight.
nharses win third consecutive championship
s at the AAA state meet.
Left L0 righl: Nancy Morgan, Tommie Hamilton, and Jeannie Headrxck winner
Left to right: Ricky Demmler, Richard Sybesma, and Allen Erwin, also winners at the state meet.
Nelson fakes state in ' I' '
glr s singles
State Champion Girls Singles
B team ready for varsity season
Below, First row: Linda
Rogers, LeAnn Beyers,
Linda Mathes, Dana
Hays, Diane Dobbs. Last
row: Janet Schooley,
Mike McDaniels, Terry
McBeth, Debbie Baker,
Kevin Ballard, Donna
Netters take district, regional, state titles
Back row: Max Ramsey, Dan Medford, Danny Smith, and Ford Roberson. Front row: Glenda Mathis, Candy Hutcheson,
Barbara Hawthorne, and Rudi Nelson.
The Andrews High School Tennis Team carted home not
only the district championship, but also the regional crown
as well. Rudi Nelson represented the school in State compe-
tition and brought home the Girl's Singles title. Danny
Smith and Ford Roberson won a berth in the state meet
by winning the regional boy's doubles championship. The
team then won third place in state play. Others who won on
the district level were Candy Hutcheson, Barbara Hawthorne,
Max Ramsey, and Dan Medford.
COACH JOHN KNIFFEN
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and FORD ROBERSON
Front row: Nancy Yarbrough, Gwen Castleman, Kay Christian, and Denise Gibson. Back row: Barry Stevens and Nolan Smart
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did much to boost spirit for their team.
Left: B-Team cheerleaders are, top to
bottom, Cathy Rogers, Christi Shaw,
Linda Rogers, Jan Fisher, Sherry Bag-
ley, and Karen Ulan.
Bottom: Freshman cheerleaders are,
Rene Price, Hilary Hayes, Rickie .lo
Hilton, Elaine Eubanks, Cindy Ed-
wards, and Karen Foster.
Six school board members hold office
WAYNE BAKER S P ECI-IOLS
J. FOSTER DAN SULLIVAN
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MRS. PEARCY MRS. FOSTER
Always interested in fur-
thering the cause of educa-
tion, Mr. Harding, assistant
principal, reluctantly agreed
to allow Cosmetology student
Tommie Hardin to practice
the art of manicuring on him.
TOM R. ADAMS
B.S. Hardin-Simmons University
M.Ed. Hardin-Simmons University
Texas Tech University
MISS JAN BEARD
B.A. University of Texas at El Paso
Mustang Yearbook, Round-Up,
Press Club Sponsor
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instructor, Mrs. Juanita Smith displays a double role
in the language lab.
New faculty members
Added to Andrews High
B.A. Baylor University
University of South Carolina
Key Club, Mustangers Sponsor
JESUS M. BARRERA
B.M. University of Texas
M.M. North Texas State
MRS. CARLA BELCHER
B.A. Eastern New Mexico University
French Club Sponsor
MRS. MARY BELCHER
B.A. Eastern New Mexico University
B.A. Sul Ross State College
B.S. East Texas State University
Slide Rule, Number Sense Sponsor
MRS. R. B. BOWDEN
B.A. Hardin Sommons University
Student Christian Union Sponsor
Texas Tech University
Texas ASIM University
University of Texas
Auto Mechanics Sponsor
B.A.'University of Texas
Coach Ed Farmer speaks hopefully of the '69 basketball
EDDIE G. BULL
B.S.Ed. Abilene Christian
M.S. Texas Tech University
Student Activities Director
UIL Science Sponsor
Student Council Sponsor
B.A. Abilene Christian
M.S. Abilene Christian
Student teachers ioin AHS staff
B.A. Texas Tech
B.S., M.Ed. Sul Ross
B.S. Texas Tech
Mrs. Georgia Brisbin, student teacher, is shown demonstrating
dissection techniques to two students in biology class.
Mr. Robert De Leon, student teacher in the social studies de-
partment, gives instructions to Sandra Dillon.
EDD R. FARMER
BS. MCMHUY College
M.Ed. Ed. Hardin-
Head Basketball Coach
MRS. THELMA FENNEL
B.A. University of Texas
M.Ed. Sul Ross
Science Club Sponsor
MICHAEL A. FETNER
B.A. Baylor University
M.A. University of Texas
Teochers show extra interest:
serve as club sponsors
" SAM GANTT
B.S., M.S. North
f I 5 Texas State University
V VICA Club Sponsor
B.S. Texas Tech
M.S. East Texas
BILLIE G. GORDON
B.S. North Texas
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M.E. McMurry College
B.S. University of Colorado
M.E. University of Colorado
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R JOHN HOGUE
B.A. Sul Ross State College
if i'li i National Thespian
3 zxe. League Sponsor SAM P. HOOPER SR.
M.E. Stephen F. Austin
Special Education Director
MRS. Z. W.
B.S. Texas Woman's
B.S., M.E. Abilene
CHARLENE JACKSON MRS. JANET JACKSON JAMES KETCHAM JOHN KNIFFEN
Odessa Beauty College B.B.A. Texas Tech B.S. Texas Christian BS- TSXHS Tech
University of Texas UHiVC1'SitY Tenms Coach
The Latin Classes celebrated
"SaturnaIia," a holiday cele-
brated in ancient Rome in mid-
December. Here, Don McDon-
ald is being fitted in a toga in
preparation for the festivities by
Miss Brenda Moorhead.
B.S. Texas Tech
Senior Class Sponsor
West Texas State University
Chairman of Physical
During the Home Economics class'
GWENNA SUE LOWE
B.A. University of Texas
Junior Class Sponsor,
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study of Child Development-Mrs. Lil Rogers, instructor, reads a Bible story to
M.A., B.S. Oklahoma State
VERNA RUTH MOORE BRENDA MOORHEAD JUNE MOREHART
B.A. W6Si Texas B.S. University of Texas M.L.S. University of
State University Texas
B.A. Southern Methodist
M.A. Texas Tech
Miss Mona Tm ley student advisor and counselor talks w1th Vicki Purtell and Joy North about a college
TROY MORROW EDWARD NICHOLS
B.S.E., M.Ed. Abilene B.A. East Texas Baptist
Christian College College
Freshman Class M.E. Sul Ross State
Spanish Club Sponsor
MRS. GLENN REX
B.S. Waynesburg College
B.S. McMun'y College
M.Ed. Sul Ross State College
Social Studies Department Chairman
Social Studies Club Sponsor
With her class hard at work, Mrs. Verna Moore seems a bit startled bythe roving AHS camera. The Junior English
classes study several novels during the year.
J. F. RICHARDSON
B.S. Sul Ross State College
Distributive Education Coordinator
Distributive Education Club of America
B.A. Southern Methodist University
Belletristic Society Sponsor
LOUIS ROBERTSON LILLIAN ROGERS
B.S. North Texas State B.S. Mississippi
University State College for Women
M.A., North Texas State B.S. Mississippi State College
University For Women
Art Club Sponsor M.A. University of Mississippi
Art Chairman Homemaking Dept. Chairman
ALVIN SEHER Delmer Thompson joined the staff at
BS- Southwestern Staff the first semester as a practice teacher
College and received his B.A. degree at Sul
lVl.T. Southwestern State R055 State University.
The A.H.S. coaching staff was caught off-guard by a photographer during one of their many conferences.
eachers attend spring workshop in Odessa
ALFRED W. SHOF F IT
B.S.E. University of Texas
M.Ed. West Texas State
Mrs. Z. W. Hutcheson, freshman Health teacher, stops and quietly reflects over the
B.A. McMurry College
Sophomore Class Sponsor
MRS. J. LEE SMITH PETE SMITH SANDRA SMITH
B.A. Texas Woman's
Stephen F, Austin B.A. University of Texas
MONA G. TINSLEY MRS. GRACE
B.S. Oklahoma College UNDERWOOD
For Women B.S. University of Texas
High School Counselor Future Teachers of
National Honor Society America Sponsor
Miss Sue Lowe, Mr. James Ketcham, and Mrs. Marie
Mash are seen between classes as they discuss the
new "short" fashions displayed this year hy the stu-
dents of AHS.
Mr. Lloyd Willis, Building Trades instructor, is shown demonstrating plumbing
' ' ' ' h' l ss built an entire home under the
techniques to his class. This year again is c a
sponsorship of Mr. Truman Kidd.
B.B.A. Texas Tech
DERREL E. WALL
B.S. Ed. Abilene
B.S. University of Texas
North Texas State
FRED WEST LOYD WILLIS
B.S. Howard Payne College Texas Tech
East Texas State V.I.C.A. Chapter 600
B.A. Texas Tech
West Texas State
M.Ed. Sul Ross State
Kansas State University
University of Illinois
University of Arizona
B.S. Howard Payne College
Ronnle Wright sees a time out in basketball
action as trainer James Ketcham checks for
pulled muscles in his wrist.
The P.E. boys help remove the chairs after an assembly.
EDDIE STROHL EDITH BREWER MARSHALL BREWER
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MRS. MOSS MRS. TURPEN
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JOHNNY HATCHER MARK BADER
VICKIE SCHOOLEY BRODIE HUTCHIN SON
Compiling an impressive four-year record at Andrews High School, the
Class of 1969 bid farewell to its alma mater during commencement exercises
on May 29 and joined the ranks of Andrews, many ex students. The senior
class, sponsored by Mrs. ,lo Ann Shields, won a handsdown victory over the
junior class at the pre-Prom water balloon fight. Four members of the class
brought home state titles in UIL competition with several others competing
and winning honors. The class motto, c'What lies behind us and what lies
before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us,', seemed to typify
the .determination with which class members worked to the end of their high
school career and with which they face a bright, new future.
Vickie and Brad elected senior favorites
VICKIE PIERCE BRAD YOUNG
iors obtain information ot college night
Miss Tinsley gives Vicki Purtell and Joy North a word of
advice during College Night activities.
,Iannette Beck Beverly Blocker Kathy Bode Rhonda Bond
Becky Belcher Sam Bookout
Bruce Blanks Karen Braswell
Seniors Rocky Raburn, Johnny Hatcher, Linda Carnes, Mike Weaver, 'Jan Coleman, Ron Leach, and Janis Palme relax
on the planter before going to their next class.
Kathy Bromley Deborah Brown I ack Brown Randy Browning
Dale Bruce Mike Bryan Ronald Bryan John Bumpers
Mike Burton Linda Carnes .leana Carpenter
Johnny Carwile Randy Chambers Phil Clark
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Steve Rose, fifth period Physical Education, is shown handing in attendance slip.
,I an Coleman Debbie Coley
LaDonna Cowan Ronnle Cowart
Randy Cox Dennis Crawford
Martin Crow Cynthia Davis
Forest Guest Roubison
J im Hankins
Bull measures Allen Erwin for cap and gown
Seniors drown iuniors of wafer balloon fight
.l ames King Ron Leach Gail Lindsey Antonio Lopez
Carol Langley Don Leatherwood Mike Lewis Brenda Lovin
Nancy Langley Sam Lee Carolyn Little Gilbert Luna
Bobbie Kay Martin
Tommy Miller Kathe Millican
Lena Mae Morgan
Rae Nell Murphy
Marsha Nash Carl Neinast
L Nelson Bradley Noble y
Anita Nieman arry
Seniors DeLane Bearden, Judy Voor-
hies, and Anita Voorhies make prepa-
rations for the Choir Banquet held
under the Dome.
Rafldell Norvell John Parish Charlene Pat
ICFSOII Glenda Fatterson
Joe Jlay Pitman
Don Ingram, Joe Pitman, Jan
Coleman and Gary Warren
seem to he absorbed in class
Larry Elkins relaxes
while he has his hair
rinsed for the pro-
duction of "Bye Bye
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Mrs. Hulen looks on as her daughter Sandi signs up for her first
semester at West Texas State University.
Senior D o e1r lives in the annual Water Balloon
s come out on top as they Hive the Juniors the worst 'LDROWNINCH f th '
Patsy Shoffit Joy Shumaker Peggy Slover Billie Smith
Head Cheerleader Janis Payne promotes
school spirit as she gives a "pep talk"
to the student body before the big Home-
Seniors strive for exemption requirements
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Shelton Smith, Feature Editor of the Round-Up, is shown typing his usual bi-
Seniors leave AHS with 13th
Odessa All-Sports Trophy win
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Varsity Cheerleaders Janis Payne and Nancy Swift are viewing the Football game in
a state of dejection as the Andrews Mustangs lose the last game of the season.
Seniors run town on Government Day
Kathie Taylor Prissy Taylor Belinda Tecero Jerry Tharp
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Senior lilocky Rayburn and his date Phyllis Carter seem to Seniors Becky Belcher and Vickie Schooley are shown
be enjoying the 'a0ld South" prom. into the Christmas spirit by decorating a tree for the
Priss Taylor, Ginger Rayburn, and Janis Payne are shown
displaying their ability to play a winning game of volleyball.
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Kuth T umlinson Billy Tune Mike Turnage L- J. Turner
Holly Turnbow Anita Voorhies Judy Voorhies Danny Ward
Brad Young, 1969 Volleyball King, and attendants Danny Ward -nd Rocky Rayburn, are shown with this year's Fillies
Janette Beck, Editor of the Round Up, is showzm getting some news from
Mr. Nichols. Janette has been on the newspaper staff for two consecutlve
Vickie Warren Linda Watson Mike Weaver Eileen Wells
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Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President
RUDI NELSON SUSAN MORGAN PAUL PINNELL
S9C1'ffl3fY President Vice-President
The junior class, sponsored by lVliss Sue Lowe, completed
many successful projects this year. Their list of achieve-
ments includes a really fabulous prom, the winning float
in the homecoming parade, an outstanding contribution
to the patio fund, a record breaking powder puff game,
highly successful magazine sales, and collecting the most
wood for the Kermit bonfire.
Toni and Gary elected iunior favorites
TONI BROWN GARY COX
Powder Puff cheerleaders Eugene Solomon, Jackie Parnell, Cary Cox Micky Finley
Larry Abernathy, and Paul Pinnell perform a sideline show while cheering Nrckys
Naughties on to victory.
N ohemy Argueta
J ay Clevenger
Mike McDaniel, Susan Elam, and Anne Stringfellow help
decorate for the Halloween Carnival.
J oy Cook
Doing their part, Juniors promote school spirit at a pep rally.
Paula Crosthwait Betty Davis
Ricky Demmler Robin Downs
Elizabeth Emiliano Cathy Ervin
E. W. Forbess
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"Roll over Tulia" was the prize-winning theme of the junior homecoming float.
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Mary .lane Martin
Barbara Maxie 1
Nelda Monroe I
Cosmetology students Vicki Benson and Nita Gerald acquire
skills in hair styling and management-but only her hair-
dresser knows for sure.
Powder Puff brings record-breaking funds
J oe Saldivar
uniors collect most wood for Kermit bonfire
Juniors Karen Taylor, Paula Crosthwait, Sheila Lanier, Joy Cook, and Nancy Swift husy them
selves making pom-pons for distribution at the Kermit pep rally.
Mike Wheeler Karen Wieser Betty Willgins Danny Willey Brenda Williams
Becky White Terry Wilson Terry Wimberley Patty Woods Deb Wright
Cynthia White Donna Springer Wendel Davenport Larry Martin Janet Williams
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completed several projects this year. The class float ln the
Homecoming Parade was chosen umost unique." Record-
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year. Members of the class also, made Valent1ne's Day a
memorable occasion through the sale of carnations and
tty and Christie elected sophomore favorites
BUFFY HUTCHESON CHRISTIE SHAW
Sophomores reioice to dismiss Fish duties
Lee Ann Beyers
Hutcheson elected to lead Sophomores
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Sophomores, Fish plan end of year dance
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Tim Clemmer Helen Crawford Lul.u Coleman Pat Coleman
ophs enthusiastically await computer dance
Bobby Delgado Rita Dill Bill Dillingham Sandra Dillon Dianna Dobbs
Chuck Donaldson Mark Dozier Kathy Dunlap Mrs. .lo Ann Eaton Lynn Elkins
Mary Farmer Jan Fisher Ronnie Fleming
Vickie Flowerree Alva Fowler Linda Gaines
Eddie Gainey James Gallentine Kirby Gerald
Richard Owens uncovers the box containing
balloons at halftime of the Homecoming game.
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Mike Gibber Charles Gilbert Fonda Gilcrest
Maria Grado Charla Graham William Green
Geraldine Gross Linda Gross Shirley Gross
Becky Hambleton Naomi Hancock Claire Hardin
Barbara Hawthorne Dana Hays Douglas Hays
Sophomores rate second to Fish in size
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Plans for Valenhnes Day discussed by Soph
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Servers make costumes for Jr.-Sr. Banq
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Mary Proby Ecell Raws Johnna Renfro
Cathy Rogers Gary Rogers Linda Rogers M, ,NN Y Wm
Debbie Bechthold in fifth period P.E. shows
her joy winning a relay race.
Steve Roper Barbara Rowe Rick Rushing David Russell Near Iluonvu-
Robert Ryan Vickie Savage Johnny Sawye' Janet Schooley Stanley S0011
Homecoming float wins o first
Jerri Scroggins Byron Seal John Sears
Thelma Schockley Melinda Simmons Deborah Smith
Malcolm Stephens Ruth Stokard Ann Stringfellow
Bobhe Taylor Linda Thigpen Randy Thomas
Clayton Trickle John Tumlinson Terry Turner
Sophs sponsor cokewolk of Halloween cormv
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B-Team Cheerleaders dress-up as hillbillies for a pep rally skit. Shown left to right are Linda Rogers, .lan Fisher,
Karen Ulan, Sherry Bagley, Cathy Rogers, and Christie Shaw.
Mr. Louis Robertson, art teacher, gives Bobby Ryan some
pointers on bringing out detail in a picture. '
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With the largest enrollment ever recorded at Andrews High School, the Class of
l972 had a busy year. According to class sponsor, lVlr. Troy lVlorrow, it had also
been a successful year. The freshmen kicked off the year by selling pens in an
effort to raise funds for the Junior Senior Prom. They also pitched in and helped
the Chamber of Commerce by selling cushions. Another project designed to help
raise funds for the Prom was a Freshman-Sophomore dance held in March. Their
arting act as freshmen at AHS was to donate 5550.00 to the school Patio fund.
mba and Sandi chosen freshman favorites
JIMBO McKISSICK SANDI GASTON
Freshman class malntalns largest enrollme
Susan Osterhout listens watchfully while Mr John Dupre explains a math problem.
history of Andrews High School
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Pledge of Allegiance. Homemaking classes invited the youngsters to participate in their child development
Freshmen undergo S.R.A. National Testing
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Boosting the Ponies to an undefeated h F
season are t e reshman cheerleaders. They are Cindy
Edwards fHead cheerleaderl, Karen Foster, Hilary Hayes, Rickey .lo Hilton, Elaine Eubanks,
and Rene Price.
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J anet Henry
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Clifton Davis and Mike Stevensaarc puzzle over a prob
Mr. Wall's physical science class.
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710 N. Main St
Abernathy, Larry 72, 103, 136,
Abney, Glen 186
Acosta, Humberto 58, 103, 186
Acosta, Liz 230
Acosta, Maria 230
Adkins, Paula 74, 83, 96, 248
Aikey, Johnny 12, 216
Allbright, William 125, 137, 230
Allen, Amos 113, 137, 230, 132
Allen, John 242
Allen, Kenneth 126
Andrews, Weldon 89, 230
Angel, Michael 230
Archer, Johnny 27, 137, 141, 230
Ard, Emily 80, 81, 186
Argueta, Nohemy 217
Armstrong, Cynthia 98, 186
Armstrong, Donna 83, 216
Armstrong, Lynn 230
Bacon, Richard 151, 230
Bader, Mark 37, 41, 43, 51, 52,
72, 86, 88, 90, 105, 127, 128,
134, 135, 186, 132, 184
Badgett, Deborah 83, 248
Bagley, Paul 16, 186
Bagley, Sherry 83, 143, 144, 161,
Baird, Richard 21, 86, 186
Baird, Ronny 64, 89, 125, 230,
Baker, Debbie 95, 96, 157, 230
Baker, Sammy 64, 136, 230, 132,
Bales, Kenny 248, 133
Balkum, Cathy 75, 80, 81, 186
Ballard, Kevin 64, 77, 157, 230
Banks, Roger 35, 99, 105, 186
Banks, Charlotte 74, 85, 98, 186
Barnes, Ronnie 14, 73, 99, 105,
Barrow, Johnny 83
Bassett, Sandra 90, 248
Batchelor, Belinda 74, 77, 151,
Baucom, Barbara 74, 230
Bearden, De Lane 15, 80, 81, 186,
Beauford, Lea 230
Bechthold, Debbie 230, 240
Beck, Jannette 57, 75, 76, 86, 107,
109, 187, 211
Beck, Nolan 126, 248
Belcher, Becky 14, za, ,32, 33, so,
81, 187, 208
Bell, Steven 88, 216
Belt, Barbara 95, 230
Benson, Vickie 98, 216, 222
Bermea, Gloria 248
Berra, Johnny 248
Beyers, Billy 248
Beyers, Lee Ann 157, 230
Bias, Claudia 74
Bilbrey, Ben 83, 126, 248
Bilbrey, Ronnie 216
Black, Gerome 126, 248
Blanks, Bruce 72, 109, 187
Blanks, Leonard 106, 216, 145,
Blocker, Beverly 20, 84, 101, 187
Bloom, Cliff 80, 81, 230
Bode, Cathy 187
Boggs, Joyce 87, 90, 106, 216
Boggs, Rita 90, 248
Bolt, Debbie 83
Bolt, Vickie 83
Bond, Rhonda 75, 77, 8-l, 187
Bookout, Sam 73, 187
Boren, Dale 99, 216
Bowles, Dorthea 248
Boykan Alven 230
Brackeen, Gary 102, 216
Brackeen, Terry 249
Bradshaw, Linda 77, 98, 105, 216
Bradshaw, Shareen 74, 249
Bramley, Linda 230
Braswell, Karen 187
Bray, Judy 90, 249
Brezlholtz, Carol 77, 87, 91, 216
Brevard, Paul 126
Brevard, Vic 125, 230, 145, 150
Bridge, Bill 105, 137, 231
Briggs, Lovetta 98, 216
Briggs, Ricky 249
Brimer, Pam 216
Brinkley, Connie 77, 249
Brinkley, Dianne 75, 93, 101, 106,
Bristol, Boni 88, 216
Brock, Charles 125, 137, 139, 231
Brock, Sandra 85, 108, 231
Bromley, Kathy 34, 100, 188
Bruce, Robert 231
Bryan, Merle 75, 77, 249
Bryan, Mike 63, 77, 90, 94, 96,
Bryan Ronald 188
Buchailan, Freddia 99, 217
Buckley, Carolyn 250
Bromley, Linda 74, 216
Deborah 34, 188
Buckley, Robert 63, 80, 81, 85, 87,
Buis, Claudia 250
Bumpers, John 21, 80, 81, 90, 188
Burkett, Buzz 76, 90, 106, 189
Burnett, Belinda 217
Burns, Pam 27, 231
Burton, David 77, 136, 250
Burton, Mike 72, 73, 80, 81, 134,
Cahill, Jerry 126, 250, 133
Calloway, Cecil 250
Campbell, Margie 75, 250
Campbell, Vivian 142, 217
Caraway, Connie 77
Caraway, Kenny 125, 137, 141,
Carlton, Dennis 63, 77, 231
Carlton, Paula 83, 250
Carnes, Linda 188, 189
Carpenter, Jeana 93, 189
Carpenter, Wayne 125, 137, 217
Carr, Leslie 75, 250
Carroll, Patrick 231
Carroll, Tommy 189
Carruth, Dan 231, 238
Carruth, Gay Nell 83, 231
Carruth, Vickie 250
Carter, Barbara 250
Carter, Deborah 74, 77, 144, 231
Carter, Gary 102, 217
Carver, Ricky 103, 217
Carwile, Johnny 30, 32, 73, 102,
104, 105, 113, 189
Castleman, Gwen 63, 77, 159, 250
Cavett, Rodney 64, 125, 231
Chambers, James 231
Chambers, Randy 73, 189
Chambliss, Eddie 250
Christian, Glenn 87, 105, 113,
120, 124, 137, 141, 217
Christian, Kay 64, 96, 159, 250
Clack, Cynthia 64, 74, 77, 96, 250
Clack, Gene 77, 96, 125, 231
Clanahan, Keith 12, 32, 39, 64, 68,
Brown, Jack 19, 21, 30, 73, 77,
105, 188, 277
Brown John 249
Brown, Mike 77, 105, 136, 249
Brown, Randy 231
Brown, Sandra 14, 249
Brown, Tom 231
Brown, Toni 17, 38, 83, 121, 128,
215, 216, 276
Browning, Danny 81, 137, 138,
Browning, Jimmy 80, 83, 249
Browning, Randy 108, 113, 188
Broyles, Earlene 74, 76, 80, 81,
Bruce, Dale 57,-73, 188
Bruce, John 85, 249
70, 72, 87, 113, 137, 139, 217,
Clanahan, Kyle 151, 250
John 64, 77, 231
Phil 77, 134, 217
,Phillip 73, 189
Robert 77, 250
Cleary, Beehde 84, 101, 189
Clement, Donna 190
Jackie 74, 83, 96, 250
Jamie 77, 250
Clemmer, Tim 232
Clevenger, .lay 217
Candy 75, 83, 96, 190
Coleman, .lan 20, 77, 188, 190,
Coleman, Lula 232
Coleman, Pat 232
Coleman, Paul 232
Colev, Debbie 95, 190
Paige 83, 144, 217
Sandra 98, 217
Yvonne 142, 143, 144,
Compton, Joan 217
Cook, Joy 80, 81, 217, 226
Coon, Dorothy 84, 218
Cooper, Shirley 64, 75, 89, 96, 232
Cooper, Jannifer 16, 37, 49, 83,
Cornejo, Maria 218
Cornett, Jimmy 125, 250
Cotten, Leonard 250
Couch, Pam 232
Cowan, La Donna 190
Cowart, Ronnie 73, 105, 190
Cox, Carol 100, 218
Cox, Debra 75, 77, 90, 91, 92, 96
Cox, Gary 30, 40, 72, 80, 81, 87
88, 105, 113, 121, 137, 141
214, 215, 216, 218, 132
Cox, Mel 251
Cox, Randy 191, 145, 150
Crawford, Dennis 113, 191
Crawford, Helen 232
Crawford, Millie 249, 251
Criswell, Vickie 80, 81, 85, 88, 93
Cross, Kenneth 126
Crosson, Peggy 191
Crosthwait, Paula 218, 226
Crow, Martin 57, 63, 77, 191
Cruz, Edward 251
Cummins, Scarlet 74, 83, 232
Dalton, Richard 63, 64, 77, 91,
Daniel, Gary 126, 251, 133
Darnell, Robert 126, 251, 133
Davenport, Kathy 251
Davenport, Wendel 88, 226
Davila, David 251
Betty 74, 76, 77, 78, 108,
Clifton 77, 125, 251, 262,
Cynthia 83, 95, 191
Edward 30, 218
Davis, Linda 74, 77, 251
Davis, Mike 126
Davis, Twanna 191
Day, Dianne 232
Day, Theresa 64, 96, 218
Dean, Debra 83, 232
Decker, Larry 64, 232, 133
Deislinger, Larry 232
De La Garza, Noemi 251
Delgado, Bobby 233, 145, 150
Demmler, Debbie 64, 101, 151,
Demmler, Richard 64, 85, 87, 91,
151, 218, 154
Derby, Theresa 251
Derington, Alfred 99, 192
Diaz, Margie 192
Dill, Rita 75, 233
Dillingham, Bill 27, 83, 105, 233,
133, 147, 149
Dillon, Sandra 75, 89, 90, 95, 233
Dobbs, Diana 83, 95, 96, 157, 233
Donaldson, Chuck 64, 83, 90, 233
Don Carlos, Steve 83, 252
Doran, Hector 263
Dorman, Steven 126, 252
Dortch, Bruce 99, 192
Dozier, Mark 233
Downs, Robin 100, 218
Duffy, Denise 76, 89, 144, 252
Dunlap, Kathy 74, 83, 233
Dupree, Beverly 76, 109, 252
Eades, Marsha 64, 75, 77,.87, 88,
Eaton, .lo Ann 233
Echols, Bobby 126, 252
Edwards, Cindy 83, 161, 251, 252
Eggleston, Dennis 63, 77, 85, 87,
Elam, Susan 57, 64, 84, 86, 90, 91,
Eldridge, Eddie 192
Eliasen, Marcia 58, 83, 90, 105,
Elkins, Larry 31, 73, 76, 85, 192,
Elkins, Lynn 80, 81, 134, 233
Ellinger, Elaine 56, 63, 80, 81, 86,
Emiliano, Elizabeth 218
England, Gary 246, 252
Ervin, Bill 64, 69, 105, 126, 246,
Ervin, Cathy 80, 218
Erwin, Allen 63, 77, 85, 88, 93,
151, 192, 194, 154
Eubanks, Elaine 69, 161, 251, 252
Farmer, Eddie 126, 252, 133
Farmer, Jerry 218, 145, 148
Farmer, Mary 83, 233
Farmer, Terry 252
F eland, Carla 98, 218
Ferguson, Bobby 219
Finley, Mickey 49, 113, 119, 137
139, 216, 219, 146
Fisher, Dan 73, 77, 192
Fisher, ,lan 16, 27, 69, 75, 80, 81
85, 96, 161, 233, 243
Fitts, Lana 75, 93, 252
Fitzhugh, Greg 192
F itzhugh, Randy 126, 253, 133
Flannery, Pat 64, 136
Fleming, Ronnie 77, 233
Flowe, Randy 64, 77, 94
Fowler, Alva 83, 233
Flowerree, Vickie 75, 233
Floyd, Tommy 93, 219
Forbess, E. W. 87, 93, 113, 122,
Foster, Alana 33, 64, 75, 77, 87,
90, 96, 219
Foster, Karen 69, 105, 161, 246,
Franks, Bill 192
French, Sammy 103, 219
Fruge, Alfred 219, 263
Fruge, Benard 103
Fruge, Cliffen 83, 101, 219, 132
Furry, Mike 88, 219
Gaines, Linda 74, 233
Gainey, Eddie 233
Gallentine, James 233
Garrison, Pam 64, 76, 80, 81, 87,
96, 105, 219
Garza, Jose 253
Garza, Rosalinda 219
Gaston, Mike 12, 32, 72, 76, 105,
107, 214, 219
Sandra 38, 144, 247, 253
Gerald, Nita 193, 222
Daniece 93, 159, 253
Don 64, 69, 88, 234-
Gieber, Mike 234
Gilbert, Charles 97, 125, 234
Gilbert, Paul 73, 193
Gilcrest, Fonda 83, 234
Gillihan, Karla 219
Gilliland, Brick 16, 72, 136,219
Goad, Terie 253
Goar, Lloyd 193
Goff, Tommy 253
Mike 105, 137, 140, 228,
Grado, Maria 234
Grado, Rickey 242
Graham, Charla 74, 77, 234
Graham, Charles 253
Graham, Dianne 105, 219
Graham, Marlene 100, 192
Sam 17, 37, 63, 71, 73,
3, 137, 139, 193, 112
Denise 93, 253
Gray, Clay 253, 133
Gray, Dusty 137, 193
Gray, Georgia 253
Greaves, Donna 75, 77, 79, 219,
Gregg, Jack 99, 219
Gregory, Debra 63, 64, 75, 77, 87,
Green, William 63, 77, 234
Griffin, Billy 113, 219
Griffin, Larry 125, 234
Griffith, Randy 17, 68, 72, 87, 88,
113, 115, 116, 122, 124, 137,
Grigsby, Wesley 80, 81, 83, 90,
Grissom, Pre-'ton 253
Gross Alton 99, 219
Gross Debbie 253
Gross, Gary 253
Gross, Geraldine 83, 234
Gross, Linda 234
Gross, Marquita 77, 84, 193
Gross, Shirley 234
Guest, Forrest 193
Hadaway, Paul 77, 87, 88
Hair, Arvill 126
Hair, Ronnie 137, 138, 139
Hall, Judy 85, 234
Hall, Richard 193
Hambleton, Steve 253
Hamilton, Angela 75, 219
Hamilton, Anita 84, 100, 104, 193
Hamilton, Linda 14, 64, 68, 84,
87, 105, 219, 276
Hamilton, Tommie 64, 151, 254
Hancock, Naomi 83, 234
Hankins, Jim 72, 89, 105, 113,
Hardin, Claire 90, 108, 234
Hardin, Julia 75, 77, 87, 90, 91,
Hardin, Tommie 98, 105, 194, 167
Harding, Barbara 75, 89, 90, 254
Hardy, Tonya 77, 254
Harmon, Steve 113, 126, 254
Harper, Jim 83, 126, 254, 133
Harrel, Mike 263
Harris, Debbie 83, 254
Harrison, Floyd 254
Harrison, Frances 242
Harrison, Wayne 57, 64, 86, 89,
91, 94, 194,
Hatcher, Johnny 26, 72, 73, 93,
127, 129, 131, 188, 194, 132,
145, 146, 184
Hathaway, Paul 220
Hawkins, Mark 254
Haws, Karen 234
Hawthorne, Barbara 15, 80, 81,
Hayes, Fances 77, 254
Hayes, Hilary 161, 251, 263
Hays, Dana 75, 157
Hays, Douglas 97, 101, 234
Hays, Stephen 37, 68, 72, 80, 81,
137, 139, 194
Hayse, Wilbur 194
Headrick, Jeanne 80, 81, 151, 194
Hearne, Gloria 27, 254
Hearne, Nathaniel 101, 220, 132
Helms, Daryl 194, 145, 148
Helms, Estellee 254
Helms, William 235
Henderson, Gary 220
Henderson, Mitch 254
Henry, Ann 77, 254
Henry, Janet 77, 254
Heronema, Allan 97, 105, 235
Herrington, Sandy 80, 81, 163,
Herzberger, Ricky 72, 83, 220
Hicks, Donald 102
Higdon, Ken 83, 126, 254
Hill, Betty 74, 84, 254
Hill, Curtis 235
Hilliard, Gary 77, 88, 94, 220
Hilton, Micheal 72, 83, 235, 145,
Hilton, Rickey Jo 93, 151, 153,
161, 251, 254, 259
Hilton, Vickie 58, 84, 86, 100, 195
Hirst, Richard 235
Hitch, Jackie 75, 76, 92, 106, 255
Hobbs, Martha 255
Hodges, Roy 125, 235
Hodges, Steven 126, 255, 133
Hoffman, Joyce 74, 77, 235
Hogeland, Sondra 255
Hollis, Lynn 75, 93, 151, 220
Holman, Ronnie 126
Hood, Patty 255
Hood, Treva 195
Hooper, Ikey 235
Hopkins, Mike 134, 220
Horton, Cynthia 100, 220
Horton, Denise 77, 105, 255
Horton, Johnny 12, 37, 87, 88,
114, 117, 118, 124, 128, 130,
137, 140, 141, 214, 220, 132
Hounshell, Chris 236
Hounshell, Kay 80, 81, 92, 220
Howard, Diantha 236
Howell, Cynthia 75, 220
Huddleston, Randy 77, 83, 195
Huddleston, Rodney 64, 77, 94,
Hughes, Delores 221
Hughes, Joe 236
Hughes, Roger 14, 35, 99, 195
Hughes, Travis 83, 255
Hulen, Sandi 80, 81, 85, 142, 195
Humphries, Ramsey 21, 63, 80
81, 87, 221, 132
Hungerford, Debbie 83, 144, 255
Hungerford, Kathy 90, 101, 106,
Hungerford, Ricky 126, 255, 133
Hutcheson, Buffy 104, 105, 107
125, 228, 229, 236
Hutcheson, Candy 17, 47, 50, 68
156, 158, 195
Hutchinson, Brodie 32, 72, 80, 81
105, 113, 116, 118, 119, 12o,'
137, 138, 195, 269, 132, 184
Hutchinson, Nedra 27, 105, 236
Hyden, Barbara 100, 105, 195
Ingram, Don 43, 57, 76, 108, 113
Irwin, Doug 73, 195
Jackson, Glynn 236
Jackson, Tommy 22, 23, 38, 53
80, 85, 88, 90, 137, 141, 195
Jackson, Yvonne 255
James, Billy 195
James, Gilmer 236
James, Judy 255
James, Nelda 74, 236
Jefferson, Gary 89, 236
Jefferson, Tanya 89, 255
Jennings, Jan 64, 99, 221
Johnson, Carroll 137, 139, 236
Jones, Barbara 64, 80, 81, 96, 221
Jones, Cali 70, 144, 221
Jones, Davy 83, 126, 255, 133
Jumpers, Cheryl 83
Jones, Marvin 236
Jones, Toyua 77, 136, 255
Jordan, James 136, 221
Jordan, Verna 85, 236
Jordan, Brian 64, 87, 88, 221
Joyce, Mark 64, 88, 94, 255
Keith, Jeannie 98, 221
Kennedy, Debra 80, 81, 87, 221
Kennedy, J an 83, 98
Kimberlin, Pat 83, 85, 95, 144,
King, James 63, 76, 80, 81, 83,
105, 109, 196
King, Joe 83, 126, 255
King, Marilyn 74, 77, 255
Knight, David 77, 151, 236, 154
Knight, Robert 59, 64, 69, 105,
151, 255, 154
Krachla, Toni 255
Lambert, Judy 221
Laminack, Randy 13, 64, 36, 236
Landolt, Mark 125, 236, 243
Langley, Carol 196
Langley, Nancy 196
Lanier, Sheila 15, 27, 83, 90, 221,
Lazerby, Jessie Joe 255
Leach, Ron 30, 113, 114, 131, 137,
188, 196, 132
Leatherwood, Don 31, 37, 73, 137
Leatherwood, Terry 125, 137, 141,
Lee, Beverly 74, 80, 81, 83, 144,
Lee, Ennis 89, 255
Lee, Patty 83, 144, 255
Lee, Sam 21, 30, 73, 80, 81, 83,
127, 132, 196
Levins, Keith 221
Lewis, David 126, 255, 133
Lewis, Mike 100, 196
Lewis, Ralph 80, 81, 236
Lindsey, Gail 196
Lindsey, Mike 151, 236
Lipham, Marilyn 221
Lipham, Richard 151, 152, 236
Little, Carolyn 63, 77, 79, 91, 92,
96, 101, 105, 196
Little, Larry 221
Little, Marsha 98, 221
Livesay, Barbara 256
Lloyd, Micheal 125, 137, 141, 236
Long, Robby 126, 256, 133
Lopez, Antonia 196
Lopez, Ernest 126, 256, 133
Lopez, Joe 236
Lopez, Julian 126, 256
Lopez, Manuel 83, 231, 236
Lopez, Mary 83, 237
Lopez, Tony 103
Loyd, Andy 256
Loving, Brenda 196
Loving, Donnie 99, 237
Lowrance, Gwen 83, 237
Lucado, Dee 77, 85, 101, 151, 153,
Luck, Terri 142, 221
Luna, Alfred 83, 237
Luna Ernest 256
Rodney 125, 137, 138,
237, 132, 133
Billy 27, 83, 237
Beverly 15, 256
Roblyn 83, 98, 221
Dan 93, 151, 256
Kathleen 17, 33, 68,
75 80 81 221 160
Micheal 40, 103, 221
Arleene 33, 77, 95,
92, 157, 217,
Don ss, 172, 222, 132
James 105, 126, 247,
y, Judy 23, 64, ss, 90, 91,
McNew, Tommy 197
McPeek, Carolyn 64, 69, 75, 77,
79, 87, 90, 96, 222
McWilliams, Bobby 77, 256
McWilliams, Larry 256
McWilliams, Linda 77, 144, 237
Madison, Dona 64, 74, 77, 92
Mahurin, Judy 222
Manes, Paula 85, 88, 89, 91, 96,
Martin, Bobby 64, 75, 87, 197
Martin, Cecil 103, 197
Martin, Donna 75, 85, 256
Martin, Jeannette 83, 84, 197
Martin, Larry 226
Martin, Linda 83, 98, 197, 222
Martin, Mary Jane 83, 222
Martin, Tim 256
Martinez, Grace 256
Martinez, Paul 102, 113, 197
Massey, Susan 74, 256
Mason, Kathy 74, 83
Mathis, Glenda 75, 95, 158, 237
Mathis, Larry 38, 85, 222
Mathis, Linda 74, 157, 237
Matthews, Mickey 69, 106, 126,
246, 257, 133, 145
Maxie, Albert 126, 257, 133
Maxie, Barbara 80, 81, 222
Maxie, Virginia 197
Mayes, Deborah 238
Medford, Dan 77, 87, 158, 159,
Middleton, Paula 22, 75, 85, 238
Mihecoby, Lawannah 257
Mihecoby, Wesley 197
Miles, Steve 257
Miller, Jeanne 95, 249, 257
Miller, Tommy 35, 99, 198
Millican, Kathe 100, 198
Mireles, Mary 74, 238
Mitchell, Brenda 85, 95, 238
Mitchell, Royce 151, 257
Mitchell, Roy Lynn 198
Moffitt, Vicki 257
Monroe, Nelda 77, 95, 222, 268
Moore, Bonnie 83, 257
Moore, Dennis 222
Moore, Janell 74, 83, 238
Morgan, Lena Mae 83, 151, 198
Morgan Nanc 144 151 153 238
7 Y 9 9 3
Morgan, Susan 12, 16, 37, 64, 69,
70, 87, 105, 142, 151, 214, 222,
Morris, Larry 126
Morris, Susan 80, 81, 84, 198
Mosley, Jana 75, 96, 238
Moss, Debbie 74, 77, 257
Moxley, Gail 43, 77, 257
Moxley, Judy 64, 83, 257
Mulkey, Wilbur 222
Murphree, Beverly 75, 77, 238
Murphy, Lyle 239
Murphy, Ral Nell 100, 198
Dianne 74, 77, 239
Nabors, Kathy 26, 75, 83, 239
Napper, Larry 239
Nash, Diane 89
Nash, Marsha 86, 90, 106, 198
Vicki 83, 107, 222
Neal, Terry 126, 257, 133
Neighbors, Boydette 80, 81, 144,
Neinast, Carl 58, 198
Neinast, Helen 64, 75, 76, 92, 105,
Nelson, Karen 239
Nelson, Larry 103, 199
Nelson, Lin 257
Nelson, Rudi 48, 59, 156, 158,
Nelson, Scotty 83, 239, 133
Newbrough, Carla 75, 222
Niblett, Mike 30, 93, 137, 138, 239
Nichols, Billy 83, 100, 223
Nichols, Elizabeth 223
Nichols, Joe 239
Nichols, Keith 257
Nichols, Mike 126, 257
Nichols, Nancy 75, 239
Nichols, Osker 257
Nicki 93, 223
Nieman, Anita 199
Nix, David 89, 126, 246, 257, 133
Noble, Brad 18, 23, 29, 54, 58, 72,
85, 86, 90, 105, 199
Norman, Dusty 257
North, Joy 20, 83, 174, 187, 199
North, Steve 136, 257
Norvell, Randell 199
Ogglesby, Billy 83
Owens, Richard 17, 77, 233, 239
Osterhout, Susan 74, 77, 248, 257
Parish, John 54, 59, 68, 72, 105,
113, 199, 145
Parnell, Jackie 83, 216, 223
Parum, Keelen 223
Patrick, Jerrell 113, 223, 145, 146
Patrick, Jessie 83, 126, 258, 133
Patrick, Leslie 223
Patterson, Charlene 84, 98, 199
Patterson, Connie 84, 258
Patterson, Glenda 35, 199
Patterson, Martha 76, 106, 144,
Payne, Carolyn 84, 98, 200
Payne, Janis 17, 52, 68, 77, 96,
142, 188, 200, 205, 207, 209,
Pearson, Barbara 100, 200
Pearson, Clark 239, 133
Pearson, Mark 239, 133
Pearson, Mike 126, 258, 133
Peek, Mary 85, 90, 95, 239
Peeples, Billie 74, 83, 239
Ryan, Sue 38, 87, 88, 96, 144, 224
Peeples, Bobby 15, 80, 81, 99, 223
Peeples, Carla 74, 83, 258
Pella, Janeen 33, 101, 151, 258
Pena, Guadalupe 223
Pena, Petra 258
Perez, Ricardo 103, 104, 105, 200
Persilver, Bertha 239
Persilver, Debbie 258
Peterson, Jimmy 200
Peterson, Tommy 239
Phipps, Billy 12, 105, 113, 116,
137, 223, 132
Pierce, Judy 200
Pierce, Myra 200
Pierce, Vickie 20, 92, 185, 200
Pigg, Taresa 258
Pinnell, Paul 48, 69, 76, 85, 90,
109, 214, 216, 223
Piper Pamela 32, 39, 64, 69, 70
75, 77, 78, 87, 105, 201, 223,
Piper, Paula 37, 75, 77, 87, 88,
Pipkin, Judy 258
Pipkin, Lenis 99, 223
Pistole, Billy 107, 223
Pitkin, Greg 240
Pitkin, Mike 151, 240
Pitman, Joe .lay 30, 32, 72, 80, 81
113, 137, 138, 139, 201
Potter, Leslie 258
Potter, Marion 34, 98, 201
Powell, Vicki 83, 240
Preston, Wayne 201
Price, Frank 72, 93, 136, 223
Price, Karla 142, 201
Price, Kay 83, 258
Price, Rene 89, 161, 251, 258, 263
Price, Steve 19, 72, 73, 89, 113,
137, 140, 201
Prince, Diane 77, 144, 258
Proby, Lonnie 39, 103, 113, 137,
Proby, Mary 240
Pryor, Melodye 95, 258
Pryor, Peggy 56, 84, 98, 202
Purtell, Vickie 84, 174, 187, 202
Pyle, Debra 18, 86, 95, 104, 105,
Pyle, Janice 64, 77, 144, 258
Raburn, Chucky 77, 151, 258, 154
Raburn, Ginger 77, 78, 142, 209
Raburn, Rocky 27, 73, 76, 90,
105, 108, 130, 142, 188, 202,
208, 210, 132
Railey, Geralyn 202
Railey, Pat 258
Raja, Selwa 39, 90, 223
Raja, Suad 85, 90, 223
Ramirez, Johnny 223
Ramon, Roy 126, 258
Ramsey, Max 12, 105, 157, 158,
Rawls, Ecell 83, 240
Rawls, Glenda 84, 101, 223
Reed, James 83, 94, 258
Rehders, De Aun 83, 223
Renfro, Bobby 258
Renfro, Johnna 83, 240
Renfro, Ray 100, 223
Richards, Rodney 223
Rider, Guy 258
Riemenschnefder, Peggy 75, 80,
81, 86, 92, 96, 203
Riemenschneider, Sandra 64, 75,
88, 96, 258
Rigdon, Cynthia 100, 224
Riley, John 258
Riordan, David 259
Roberson, Ford 56, 91, 158, 159,
Roberts, Darlene 224
Roberts, Deborah 203
Roberts, Denise 144, 259
Sanders, Ric 260
Sawyer, Jimmy 224
Sawyer, Johnny 97, 240
Schooley, Calvin 77, 88, 224
Robertson, Bonnie 77, 87, 92, 95,
Robinson, Linda 259
Rodriquez, Beatrice 259
Rodriquez, Frankie 259
Rodriquez, Johnny 103
Rodriquez, Mary 204
Rogeaux, Alfred 133, 126
Schooley, Janet 75, 80, 81, 85
Schooley, Lonnie 34, 94, 97, 204
Schooley, Vickie 18, 28, 37, 80,
81, 86, 92, 204, 208, 184
Scott, Celeste 260
Scott, John 260
Scott, Stanley 69, 72, 125, 137,
139, 228, 240, 132, 133
Scroggins, Jerri 74, 77, 239, 241
Seal, Byron 241, 133
Sealy, Scott 260
Sears, John 241
Sears, Owen 151
Seay, Steve 224
Seed, Suzanne 241
Selby, Carol 260
Sharp, Teresa 83, 204
Shaw, Christie 13, 14, 27, 69, 83
161, 228, 229, 241, 243
Shelton, Tonnia 74, 77, 260
Shockley, Thelma 241
Rogers, Cathy 27, 69, 75, 85, 96,
Shoffit, Leona 64, 101, 260
Shoffit, Patsy 42, 46, 54, 56, 59,
161, 240, 243
Rogers, Charley 72, 73, 80, 81,
Rogers Danita 92, 151, 152, 259
Rogers, Gary 15, 83, 125, 137
140, 240, 133
Rogers, Linda 16, 69, 83, 85, 157
228, 240, 243, 277
Rogers, Sara 17, 25, 36, 37, 68,
80, 81, 90, 105, 112, 142, 208
Rogers, Steve 126, 259, 133
Roper, Steve 64, 204, 240
64, 85, 86, 91, 101, 105, 205
Shumaker, Howard 260, 133
Shumaker, James 103, 224, 276,
Shumaker, Joy 205
Shumaker, Ronny 126, 133, 145,
Shumaker, Stanley 260
Simmons, Jill 64, 76, 106, 260
Simmons, Melinda 83, 241
Simoneau, Danny 97, 260
Sisco, Darlene 260
Rose, Jimmy 15, 16, 105, 126,
246, 259, 133
Rose, Steve 25, 37, 42, 47, 53, 72,
86, 90, 189, 132, 145, 149
Rosiles, Joe 259
Rowe, Barbara 83, 240
Rushing, Mark 259, 133
Rushing, Rick 240, 133
Russell, David 240
Russell, Peggy 259
Russell, Margie 85, 259
Russom, Neal 125, 240
Ryan, Robert 93, 151, 152, 240,
Ryan, Tom 26, 88, 113, 114, 120,
121, 124, 224, 132, 145
Saldivar, Joe 224
Saldivar, Mike 224
Saldivar, Susie 263
Sanders, Morris 12, 72, 80, 105,
136, 224, 132
Slack, Charles 64, 100, 224
Nolan 159, 260
Paula 75, 224
Billie 41, 76, 85, 86, 90,
91, 96, 109, 205 -
Smith, Calvin 126, 260, 133
Smith, Connie 206
Smith, Danny 26, 92, 93, 158
Smith, Deborah 77, 95, 241
Smith, Gary 21, 80, 81, 113, 206
Smith, Kent 83
Smith Shelton 53 58 59, 72, 73
76,,105, 107, 206, 184
Smith, Tony 80, 134, 135, 206
Snellings, Uonald 241
Soloman, Eugene 77, 85, 105, 113
151, 216, 224, 154
Sorelle, Dianne 224
Soza, Adela 224
Soza, David 224
Sparks, Nancee 74, 77, 263
Stewart 88 206
Donna 100 226
12, 84, 224
Stanley 88, 93, 224
Am Don 113, 126, 260, 133
Joe 83, 102, 224
David 89, 96, 260
Malcolm 125, 241
Mark 126, 260, 262, 133
Byron 85, 89, 224
Debbie 83, 224
Wayne 40, 64, 87, 113,
m 75, 100, 105,207
Keith 73, 90, 99
Steve 69, 126, 260
Max 84, 136, 225
Nancy 17, 37, 70, 75, 90,
28, 207, 225, 226, 160
Ruth 87, 91, 95, 95,
Ann 23, 27, 85, 217,
James 76, 80, 81, 83, 84,
a Richard 77, 151, 153,
137, 140, 201, 211
aylor, Bobbie 77, 241
aylor, Debra 63, 75, 225
aylor, John 113
aylor, Karen 225, 226
aylor, Kathie 100, 208
aylor, Michael 88, 89, 137, 138,
aylor, Phyllis 98, 225
Prissy 17, 36, 112, 142,
151, 152, 208, 209, 160
aylor, Vanessa 74, 77, 260
empleton, Kenneth 113, 117,
137, 225, 132
Ronald 113, 225
Jerry 76, 88, 113, 124,
hatcher, Tommy 89, 261, 263
higpen, Linda 241
homas, Ann 64, 261'
homas, Kathy 84, 98, 209
homas, Randy 241
homas, Susan 74, 83, 261
hompson, Benny 99, 225
Thompson, Robert 241
Thompson, Sharreene 225
Thrasher, Patsy 18, 77, 96, 101,
Tidwell, Pat 249, 261
Tillis, Betty 225
Tillis, Doris 209
Tiny, John 80, 81, 86, 91, 105,
Timmons, Billy 137, 140, 225
Tocterman, Jerry 64, 93, 125, 137,
Tompkins, Chris 261
Tompkins, Janie 83, 91, 96, 225
Tredwell, Debbie 249
Trevino, Eddie 103, 225
Trickle, Clayton 241
Trout, Carol 77, 261
Tumlinson, John 83, 125, 241
Tumlinson, Ruth 210
Tune, Billy 18, 42, 46, 52, 56, 59,
63, 64, 77, 86, 91, 96, 104, 105,
Turnage, Mike 76, 90, 108, 210'
Turnage, Thomas 83, 126, 261
Turnbow, Holly 100, 210
Turner, L. J. 34, 100, 210
Turner, Terry 83, 105, 125, 241,
Tyler, Harley 241
Ulan, Karen 16, 75, 80, 81, 161,
Ulmer, Kenneth 83, 151, 225
Vandiver, Theresa 74, 77, 261
Vara, Betty 263
Vest, Connie 83, 242
Vick, David 261
Vickers, Sharon 64, 77, 261
Vining, Sandy 263
Voorhies, Anita 56, 64, 86, 95, 96,
Voorhies, Johnny 89, 97, 263
Voorhies, Judy 80, 81, 86, 96,
Wade, Danny 242
Waldrop, Jay 113, 242
Walker, Weldon 125, 242
Walraven, Karen 83
Ward, Danny 105, 210
Ward, Lavanna 93, 242
Ward, Ronald 242
Ward, Verlon 100, 211
Ward, Wanda 80, 81, 96, 225
Warren, Eldon 103, 113, 211
Warren, Gary 15, 72, 73, 76, 107,
Warren, Lytle 256, 133
Warren, Vicki 98, 212
Watson, Cindy 90, 261
Watson, Homer 125, 242
Watson, Linda 64, 80, 81, 84, 101
Weaver, Mike 72, 93, 113, 124,
137, 141, 188, 212
Weems, Joyce 261
Weems, Debra 83, 242
Wells, Eileen 35, 88, 212
Wells, Tommy 242
West, Rita 261
Westbrooks, Tommy 242
Wetzel, David 126, 261
Wheeler, John 225
Wheeler, Mike 99, 226
Whisenhunt, Mary 242
Cynthia 100, 226
White, Kathy 77, 262
White, Robert 58, 105, 113, 137,
White, Tommy 89, 262
Whitehead, Ginger 151, 242
Wieser, Karen 64, 80, 81, 87, 96,
Wilburn, Mike 262
Wilkins, Betty 226
Wilkins, James 262
Wilkins, Jamie 242
Willey, Danny 226, 145, 147
Willey, Randy 105, 126, 262, 133
Williams, Bobby 262
Williams, Brenda 226
Williams, Crawford 133
Williams, Glen 126
Williams, Janet 83, 226
Williams, Jeffrey 262
Willis, Cathy 23, 25, 80, 81, 85,
104, 105, 212, 243
Willis, Joe 102, 226
Wilson, Terri 77, 226, 262
Wilson, Willard 89, 96, 262
Wimberley, Terry 76, 83, 90, 109,
Windfield, Mike 80, 83
Wolfe, Shirley 83, 263
Woods, Donna 95, 157, 242
Woods, Patricia 64, 87, 91, 226
Woullard, Sally 68, 87, 93, 212
Wright, Deborah 75, 77, 78, 87,
88, 90, 226
Wright, Donny 126, 263
Wright, Ronnie 21, 83, 105, 137,
141, 179, 242, 133
Yancy, Jody 83
Yandell, Deon 242
Yarbrough, Larry 242
Yarbrough, Nancy 96, 159, 263
Yocom, Terry 226
Young, Brad 72, 89, 105, 113,
116, 124, 142, 185, 210, 212,
277, 145, 150
Young, Martha 74, ss, 120,263
Zap, Elizabeth 64, 74, 77, 263
' 1 AW. U?
Record number of Seniors receive diplomas
GLEN ABNEY - VICA Club - 3, 4.
EMILY ARD - Science Club - 1, Mixed Choir -
1, 2, 3, 4.
CYNTHIA ARMSTRONG - Cosmetology? VICA
- 3, 4, President of VICA Cosmetology Club -
HUMBERTO ACOSTA - Track - 1, 2, Basket-
ball - 1, 2, Spanish Club -- 3, 4, VICA Club - 3,
4, First in State in Building Trades.
MARK BADER - Football - 1, Basketball - 1,
2, 3, 4, Track - 1, 4, Golf - 2, 3, 4, Key Club
- 3, 4, Latin Club - 3, 4, Belletristic Society -
4, Class Vice President - 1, Class President -
3, National Honor Society, President of Latin Club
- 4, Colden Horseshoe - 4, All District Basket-
ball - 4, All-State Basketball - 4, All District
Golf - 4, Mr. AHS.
PAUL BACLEY - Art Club - 2, Swimming -
2, Spanish Club - 3, Industrial Art - 4.
RICHARD BAIRD - Basketball, Track - 1,
Football - 2, Orchestra - 3, Latin Club - 2,
National Honor Society - 4.
CATHY BALKUM - Future Teachers of America
-1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth - 2, Pep Squad - 1
2, Spanish Club - 3, 4, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Candy Striper - 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club Vice Pres-
CHARLOTTE BANKS - Band - 3, Thespians -
2, 3, 4, Cosmetology VICA - 4, FNA - 4.
ROGER BANKS - ICT, Spanish, VICA, Home-
room President - 4.
RONNIE BARNES - Baseball - 1, Football -
1, 2, ICT - 3, 4, Mustangers - 4, Student Chris-
tian Union - 2, President of ICT - 3, 4.
DE LANE BEARDEN - Future Teachers - 1, 4,
Spanish Club - 3, Candy Stripers - 3, 4, Choir
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Choir--4.
.IANNETTE BECK - Future Nurses - 1, 2, Fu-
ture Teachers - 4, Press Club - 4, National
Honor Society - 4, Who's Who in Newspaper,
Club Editor of Round Up - 3, Editor in Chief
of Round Up - 4.
SAM BOOKOUT - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustangers
- 4, Homeroom President - 4.
BECKY BELCHER - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis
-- 1, 2, Student Council - 1, 2.
Eldon Warren, senior trainer, spent a cold night pacing on the
sidelines at the Seminole football game. The game, played in
spite of an earlier snow, was played with below-zero tempera-
, . .. ..,. ,. ..- was 'magma-mwn..1smmwkw.'
BRUCE BLANKS - Key Club - 43 Yearbook
Publication - 3, 43 Football - lg Yearbook As-
sistant Editor-ln-Chief - 4.
BEVERLY BLOCKER - Pep Squad - 13 Allied
Youth - lg French Club - 3, 43 F.B.L.A. -- 4.
RHONDA BOND - Band - 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club
- lg F.T.A. - 13 F.B.L.A. - 13 Secretary of
F.B.L.A. - 1.
KAREN BRASWELL - Spanish Club - 1, 2g
T.A.R.S. - 4g Art Club - 4.
KATHY BROMLEY - Band - 1, 23 Future
Nurses - 13 Future Homemakers - 2g D.E.C.A.
Club - 3, 4g Secretary of D.E.C.A. Club - 4.
DEBORAH BROWN - V.I.C.A. - 4g Mixed
Choir - 3, 43 Cosmetology - 3, 4.
JACKY BROWN -- Band - 1, 2g Mustangers -
43 Stage Band - 3, 43 President of Band - 4.
RANDY BROWNING - Football - 13 Track -
1, 2, 3g TARS - 3, 43 Choir - 1, 2, 3g Span-
ish Club - 3, Mustanger - 3, 4g Press Club --
43 Yearbook - 43 Senior Co-Editor - 4.
DALE BRUCE - Band - 3, 43 Manager - 3, 4g
Mustangers - 4.
MIKE BRYAN - French Club - 2, 33 Belletristic
Society - 4g Science Club - 2, 3, 4g Band -
3, 43 Student Christian Union - 3, 43 Science Club
President - 43 Student Christian Union Vice Presi-
dent - 4.
RONALD BRYAN - Swimming -- 3, 43 Spanish
Club -- 1.
JOHN BUMPERS - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf -
1, 2g Belletristic Society -- 4.
I k 1 d e, this senior class appears to be hard at work.
In their never-ending quest or now e g
Mark Bader chosen to lead Senior class
A quick breather between classes results in a friendly
conversation between Rocky Rabum and ,lim Hankins.
MIKE BURTON - Golf - 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball
- 33 Choir - 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Club - 43 Latin
Club - 33 Mustangers - 4.
BUZZ BURKETT - Band - 1, 23 Social Studies
Club - 33 French Club - 33 Literary Club -
43 Round-Up - 2, 3, 43 Feature Editor - 33 Asst.
Editor - 43 Annual - 43 Press Club - 4.
,IEANA CARPENTER - Art Club - 1, 2, 3, 43
Mixed Choir - 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club - 33 Latin
Club - 1, 2g Allied Youth - 1, 23 Social Studies
Club - 43 Homeroom President - 2.
TOMMY CARROLL - DECA - 33 Future Busi-
ness Leaders - 43 Vice President of FBLA - 4.
JOHNNY CARWILE - Football - 1, 2, 3, 43
President of VICA Club - 43 Auto Mechanics -
RANDY CHAMBERS - Vocational Industrial
Clubs of America - 3, 4.
Mrs. Charlene Jackson, Cosmetology teacher, takes
time out of her busy day to curl Larry Elkins' hair.
Larry was in the beauty parlor to be prepared for
the opening night of "Bye, Bye, Birdie."
PHIL CLARK - Football - 1, 2.
BRENDA CLEARY - French Club - 43 Future
Business Leaders of America - 4g Candy Striper
- 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad -- 1, 2g Candy Striper Vice
President - 4.
CANDY COAN - Choir -- 1, 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth
- 1, 23 Pep Squad -- 13 FTA - 2, 3, 43 Spanish
Club 3, 43 Student Christian Union - 43 Candy
Striper - 4.
JAN COLEMAN - Band - 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA - 43
Spanish Club - 3g Candy Stripers -- 2, 3, 43
Meanest Little Girl - 33 Cheerleader - 1, 23 Class
Secretary - lg Basketball Attendant - 33 Student
Council - lg Band Sweetheart - 23 Homeroom
President - 2.
DEBBIE COLEY - Band - 13 Spirit Squad --
1, 23 Student Christian Union - 13 Spanish Club
- 3g FHA - 4.
WYVONNE COLLINS - Band - 33 Volleyball
JANNIFER COOPER - Spanish Club - 3, Fu-
ture Teachers - 3, 4, Candy Stripers - 3, 4,
Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Beauty - 2, Cutest
Girl - 4.
RONNIE COWART - Mustangers Club, Home-
room President - 4.
RANDALL COX - Baseball - 3, 4, Student
Christian Union - 3, 4.
DENNIS CRAWFORD - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club - 3.
MARTIN CROW - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis
- 1, 2.
CYNTHIA DAVIS - Student Christian Union -
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club - 1, Future Homemakers
-- 1, Pep Squad - 1, Choir - 4, Candy Striper
TWANNA HOLMES DAVIS - Future Nurses -
1, 2, 3, D.E.C.A. - 4, Pep Squad - 1, 2.
Seniors really began to feel like seniors when the day finally came that
they were called out of class tn be measured for their caps and gowns
It was nice to know that SOMEONE thought they would graduate.
ALFRED DERRINGTON - I.C.T. - 3, 4.
MARGIE DIAZ - Future Homemakers of America
- 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad - 1, 2, Spanish - 1.
BRUCE DORTCH - Spanish Club - 1, 2, 3, In-
dustrial Arts Club - 3.
SUSAN ELAM - Math Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club - 2, 3, Secretary -
3, Social Studies Club - 3, Belletristic Society -
3, 4, Vice President - 3, 4, UIL District Spelling
- 1 - 3rd Place, 2- 2nd Place, 3 - 1st Place,
4 - 1st Place, National Honor Society -
3, 4, Academic Award - 4.
MARCIA ELIASEN - Spanish Club - 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer - 4, Belletristic Society - 3, 4, Presi-
dent - 4.
Randy Griffith, senior football co-captain, makes his
way back onto the field through a crowd of well-
Seniors lend support to school activities
ELAINE ELLINGER - Math Club - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Science Club 1, 2, Spirit Guard - 1, 2, French
Club - 4, History Club - 3, 4, A Cappella Choir
- 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 4, Vice
President French Club - 4, Academic Award -
2, 3, All-Region Choir - 4.
LARRY ELKINS - Baseball - 1, 2, Basketball
- 1, Football- 1, 2, Track - 1, 2, Golf - 2,
Swimming - 1, National Thespians - 1, 2,
3, 4, Science Club - 2, Press Club - 4, Yearbook
Staff - 4, Honorable Mention All Star Cast-Dis-
trict - 4, One Act Play - 4, Secretary of 1.C.T.
DAN FISHER - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis --
1, 2, Mustangers - 4.
BILL FRANKS - Track - 1, 2, 3, VICA Club.
PAUL GILBERT - Football - 2, V.I.C.A. Club
RANDY CRIFFITH - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball - 1, 2, 3, Track - 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
- 3, 4, Student Council - 2, 3, 4, National Honor
Society - 4, Key Club - 4, Class Vice President
- 1, 2, 3, Latin Club Vice President - 4, All-Dis-
trict Football - 4.
MARLENE GRAHAM - Choir - 1, FTA - 1,
2, 3, FHA - 1, Spirit Guard, Art - 4, DECA
With a newspaper deadline close at hand and all of the typewriters in the journalism room in use, senior staff members
Larry Elkins, Shelton Smith, and Gary Warren borrowed Mr, Harding's office to do some much-needed proofreading.
- 3, 4, DECA Sweetheart - 4, Art Club Reporter
SAM GRAHAM - Track - 3, 4, Football-Man-
ager - 4, Math Team - 4, Mustangers - 4, Stu-
dent Council - 4, National Honor Society - 3,
4, Track Captain - 4.
DUSTY GRAY - Football - 1, 2, Basketball -
2, 3, Track - 1, 2, 3, 4, V.I.C.A., Class Vice
President - 2.
MAR UITA GROSS - Band
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F.B.L.A. - 4, Stage Band - 4, Orchestra - 1,
JIM HANKINS - Spanish Club - 3, 4, Orchestra
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club
- 3, 4.
TOMMIE HARDIN - V.I.C.A. - 3, 4, Cosmetol-
ogy - 3, 4, V.I.C.A. Vice President - 3, V.l.C.A.
President - 4, Homeroom President - 4.
WAYNE HARRISON - Orchestra -1 , 2, 3, 4,
Science Club - 2, 3, 4, Math Club - 3, 4, Tennis
- 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 4, Aca-
demic Award - 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Science Club
JOHNNY HATCHER - Key Club - 4, Vice-Pres.
Senior Class, All-State Pitcher - 4, Baseball -
1, 2, 3, 4.
WILBUR HAYSE - Auto Mechanics - 3, 4.
STEVE HAYS - Football - 1, 2, Track - 1,
2, 3, 4, Key Club - 4, Latin Club - 3, A Cappel-
la Choir - 1, 2, 3, Freshman Choir , Student
Council - 3, 4, Parliamentarian - 4, Track Cap-
tain - 4, Regional Qualifier - 4.
JEANNE HEADRICK - Swimming - 2, 3, 4,
FTA - 1, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad - 1,
Latin Club - 3, Cheerleader - 2, Basketball
Queen - 2, Academic Award -- 3.
DARYL HELMS - Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mark Bader, villain in the Belletristic Society production of "Gone
With The Tumbleweedsf' glares a villainous glare. As Rasputen
Rotgut, Mark frightened the many viewers of the movie at the
Halloween Carnival and even received some "boo's."
VICKIE HILTON - Swimminv - 1, 2, Future
Teachers - 1, D.E.C.A. - 3,214 F.B.L.A. - 4,
Choir - 1, 2, D.E.C.A. Chaplain, F.B.L.A Treas-
RANDY HUDDLESTON -- Track - 3, 4, Band
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustangers - 4.
ROGER HUGHES - VICA -- 3, 4, Spanish Club
- 3, S.C.U. - 2, VICA, Vice President - 4,
President - 4.
SANDI HULEN -- Volleyball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club - 2, 3, Science Club
- 3, Spanish Club - 3, National Honor Society
- 4, FTA - 1, 2, Thespians - 4, Academic
Award - 2, 3.
CANDY HUTCHESON - Tennis - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council - 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President
- 2, Class Secretary - 3, Spanish Club - 4,
Freshman Class Favorite, Sophomore Class Favor-
ite, Friendliest Girl - 3, Captain of Tennis Team
- 3, 4, Miss AHS - 4, Best Personality - 4,
Homecoming Queen - 4.
BRODIE HUTCHINSON Jr. - Football - 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Track - 1, 2, 4,
Key Club - 3, 4, A Cappella Choir - 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council - 3, Class Vice President - 3, 4.
BARBARA HYDEN - FTA - 1, 2, Spirit Guard
- 1, 2, DECA - 3, 4, Choir - 1, 2.
DON INCRAM - Track f 1, 2, 3, 4, Football I,
2, 3, Mustangers - 4, Press Club - 4, Photog-
raphy l, 2, 3, 4.
DOUG IRWIN - Track - 1, 2, Building Trades
- 4, Auto Mechanic Club - 4, VICA Club -
TOM JACKSON - National Thespian Society -
1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club - 1, 2, Science Club -
1, 2, Junior Classical League - 3, 4, Belletristic
Society - 3, 4, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Track - 1,
2, 3, 4, Speech - 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate - 2, Golden
Horseshoe Winner - 4, One Act Play, All-State
BILLY JAMES - Art Club - 1, 2, Football -
JAMES KING - Golf - 1, 2, 3, Choir - 1, 2,
3, 4, Junior Classical League - 3, SCU - 1, 2,
Press Club - 4, Annual Staff - 4, All Region
Choir - 3, 4, A Cappella Choir President - 4.
GAIL LINDSEY - Candy Stripers - 2, 3,, Choir
- 1, Future Homemakers.
CAROLYN LITTLE - Math Club - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Social Studies Club - 3, 4, Candy Striper - 3,
4, Student Christian Union - 4, French Club -
4, Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra - 2, 3, National
Honor Society - 4, Stage Band - 3, 4, Science
Club - 2, Math Club President - 4, Academic
Award - 2, 3, UIL State Solo and Ensemble -
3, 4, District Band Member -- 2, 3, 4.
TONY LOPEZ -- Vocational Club - 3, 4, Literary
Club - 4.
Seniors enjoyed their "one, last formal" as students of Andrews High School when the juniors honored them
with some "Old South" hospitality at the Junior-Senior Prom. .
Seniors bid farewell to Andrews High
BRENDA LOVING - Pep Squad - 1, 2, Future
Nurses - 1, 2, Candy Striper - 2, 3.
RON LEACH - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Track - 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club -
1, 2, Homeroom President - 2, 3.
DONALD LEATHERWOOD - Track - 1, 2, 3,
4, Football - 1, 2, Basketball - 1, 2, Choir -
1, 2, 3, Mustangers - 4, Track Captain - 4.
SAM LEE - Football - 1, Basketball - 1, 2,
3, 4, Track - 1, 2, A Cappella Choir - 3, 4,
Mustangers - 4, Band - 1.
MIKE LEWIS - Basketball - 1, Baseball - 1,
2, 3, Spanish Club - 3, DE Club - 4.
TOM MCNEW - Spanish Club - 1, Basketball
Manager - 4, VICA Club - 3.
LENA MAE MORGAN - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Swimming - 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President -
1, 3, Candy Stripers - 2, 3, Belletristic Society
DONNA MCQUATTERS - Choir - 2, VICA
Club Cosmetology - 3, 4, Cosmetology VICA
President -- 4.
BOBBIE KAY MARTIN - FTA -- 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band - 1, 2, Math Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society - 3, 4, Citizenship Award - 4.
CECIL MARTIN -- Baseball - 1, 2, Homeroom
President - 2, VICA Club - 3, 4, Spanish Club
JEANNETTE MARTIN - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Fu-
ture Business Leaders of America - 4-, Future
Homemakers - 1.
PAUL MARTINEZ - Math Club - 1, Football
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Track - 1, 2, 3.
TOMMY MILLER - Debate, National Thespians
Society, Spanish Club, ICT, VICA Club, Treas-
urer - 4.
Janis Payne, in an obviously unposed shot, shows one of
many senior moods, much to the amazement of a surprised
onlooker behind her.
KATHE MILLICAN - Orchestra - 1, 2, Spanish
Club - 4, Distributive Education - 4.
ROY LYNN MITCHELL - Science Club - 1,
Spanish Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, ICT - 4, VICA -
SUZAN MORRIS - FTA - 1, 2, FBLA - 4,
TARS - 4, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir Secretary
- 1, 2, Candy Stripers - 3, 4.
LARRY MURPHREE - Building Trades Club,
RAE NELL MURPHY - Future Nurses -- 1,
Choir - 1, Future Teachers - 1, 2, Spirit Guard
- 2, DECA - 4.
MARSHA NASH - National Honor Society - 3,
4, Belletristic Society - 3, 4, Round-Up - 4.
CARL NEINAST - Latin Club - 2, Science Club
- 2, Social Studies Club - 3, 4, Inter-Club Coun-
cil - 4, Baseball Manager'- 3, President Social
Studies Club - 4.
LARRY NELSON -- Football - 2, 3, 4, VICA
- 4, Secretary, District VICA Meet-Placed 5th.
BRADLEY NOBLE - Track - 1, 2, 3, Art -
1, 2, 3, 4, Drama and Speech - 1, 3, 4, Thespian
Society - 3, 4, Key Club - 4, Member of Foren-
sic Traveling Team -- 3, 4, Freshman Class Vice
President - 3, Student Council Representative --
2' Homeroom President - 1, 2, National Honor
Sbciety, District Best Actor, Golden Horseshoe
Award Winner, Art Club President - 4, Member
of Regional One-Act Play.
JOY NORTH - Spanish Club - 3, 4: Choir -
1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club - 2, Student Christian
Union - 2, FTA - 2.
JOHN PARISH - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball - 1, 2, 3, Debate - 2,
3, 4, French Club - 2, Key Club - 3, 4, Student
Council - 1, 4, President - 4, State UIL Debate
champion - 4, Freshman Class President.
CHARLENE PATTERSON - Cosmetology VICA
-- 2, FBLA - 1, State Hairstyling - 4.
CAROLYN PAYNE - FNA - 1, 2, Cosmetology
VICA Club - 3, 4, FBLA - 4.
JANIS PAYNE - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Majofene
- 2, Volleyball Team - 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA - 1,
Spanish Club - 3, 4, Student Christian Union -
43 TARS - 4, Secretary, Candy Stripers - 2,
3, 4, All State Volleyball - 4, All District Volley-
ball - 4, All Tournament Volleyball - 3, Best
Personality - 2, Baseball Queen - 2, Homecom-
ing Queen - 3, Golden Horseshoe Award - 4,
Student Council Representative - 4, Cheerleader
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Head - 4, Mustang Beauty Nominee
- 4, Who's Who in Leadership - 4.
RICARDO PEREZ - Football - 1, Track - 1,
2, 3, 4, Art Club - 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club - 4,
VICA - 4, VICA President - 4, Homeroom
JIMMY PETERSON - Auto Mechanics - 3,
VICA - 3.
MYRA PIERCE - Future Nurses - 2, 3, Band
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses President - 3.
VICKIE PIERCE - History Club - 4, National
Honor Society - 3, 4, Halloween Queen Candidate
- 2, Senior Favorite.
PAULA PIPER - FTA - 2, 3, 4, President - 4,
Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 4,
Latin Club - 4, Baseball Queen Attendant - 4.
MARION POTTER - Band - 1, 2, Cosmetology
VICA - 4, FHA -- 1.
KARLA PRICE - Volleyball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Christian Union - 1, 2, National Honor Society
JOE JAY PITTMAN - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track - 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club - 3, Key Club
- 2, 3, 4, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Presi-
dent -- 1, 2, 3.
STEVE PRICE - Football - 1, 2, 3, Basketball
- 1, Baseball - 1, Track - 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club - 3, 4, Key Club --
GINGER RABURN - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler
- 2, 3, 4, Head Twirler - 4, Volleyball - 1,
2, 3, 4, All District Volleyball - 4, Volleyball
Captain - 4.
PEGGY RIEMENSCHNEIDER - Student Chris-
tian Union - 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club -
3, 4, Future Teachers - 4, National Honor Society
- 4, Choir - 3, 4, Candy Striper - 2, 3, 4,
Pep Squad - 1, 2, Academic Award - 3, Student
Christian Union - 4, Candy Striper President -
FORD ROBERSON - Tennis - 1, 2, 3, 4, Math
Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society.
ROCKY RABURN - Mustangers - 4, Track -
1, Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club - 4, All
District Basketball, Round Up Sports Editor - 4.
CARL RODGERS - VICA - 3, Art Club - 1,
CHARLEY ROGERS - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track - 1, 2, 3, Key Club - 3, 4, A Cappella
Choir - 2, 3, 4.
SARA ROGERS - Volleyball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council - 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club - 3, Lit-
erary Club - 3, 4, Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming
- 2, Cheerleader - 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Queen
- 4, Baseball Court - 4, Track Court - 3, Class
Favorite - 3, Class Officer - 2, 3, Homeroom
President - 4, TARS - 4, Mustang Beauty Candi-
date - 2, 3, 4.
STEVE ROSE - Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Football - 1, 2, All District Base-
ball - 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 4, Key
Club - 3, 4, Belletristic Society - 4, Key Club
Vice President, Sophomore Class Vice President:
.lunior Class Vice President, Class Favorite - 3:
Best Personality - 4, Academic Award - 3:
Golden Horseshoe Award, All State Second Base-
man - 4.
KATHIE TAYLOR - Round Up - 3, Spanish
Club - 3, 4, DECA - 4.
PRISSY TAYLOR - Band - 1, 2, F.T.A. - 1, A
Volleyball - 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming - 2, 3, 4, State
- 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader - 2, 3, 4, All-District Vol-
leyball Team - 3, 4, Mustang Beauty Candidate
- 4, Homeroom President - 4, Volleyball Co-
Captain - 4.
JERRY THARP - Latin Club - 3, 4, Press Club
- 4, Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Track - 2, 3, Baseball
KATHY THOMAS - VICA - 3, 4, F.B.L.A. -
4, Cosmetology - 3, 4.
PATSY THRASHER - Science Club - 2, Student
Christian Union - 4, Social Studies - 3, 4,
French Club - 3, 4, Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club - 4, Orchestra - 2, 3, National Honor So-
ciety - 4, Stage Band - 3, 4, Academic Awards
- 2, 3, District Band - 2, 3.
VICKI PURTELL - Band - 1, 2, Spanish Club
- 3, Business Leaders Club - 4, Candy Stripers
- 3, 4, TARS - 4, Future Teachers of America
- 1, President of Tars.
DEBRA PYLE - Band - 1, 3, Volleyball - 1,
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 4, Math Club
- 3, Spanish Club - 3, 4, Candy Stripers - 3,
4, Future Homemakers of America-President -
LONNIE SCHOOLEY - Science Club - 2, 3, 4,
Industrial Arts Club - 4, Spanish Club - 4.
VICKI SCHOOLEY - A Cappella Choir - 2, 3,
4, Allied Youth - 1, Pep Squad - 1, Teens Aid
the Retarded - 4, Candy Stripers - 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, Senior Class Secretary, A
Cappella Sweetheart - 4, Baseball Queen - 4.
TERESA SHARP - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, Literary
Club - 4.
PATSY SHOFFIT - Thespians - 1, 2, 3, 4,
French Club - 3, 4, Future Teachers - 3, Na-
tional Honor Society - 4, Math Club - 1, 2, 4,
President, French Club - 4, Pep Squad - 1,
Slide Rule Champion - 3, Academic Awards -
2, 3, 4.
SHUMAKER, JOY - Pep squad - 2.
PEGGY KAY SLOVER - DECA - 3, Science
Club - 4, Spanish Club - 2, 3.
BILLIE SMITH - Latin Club - 3, Belletristics
- 3, 4, Press Club - 4, Thespians - 4, Student
Christian Union - 2, 3, 4, Hall of Fame, Math
- 4, National Society, Secretary, Editor-in-Chief
Mustang Yearbook - 4.
SHELTON SMITH - Football - 1, 2, Basketball
- 1, 2, Track - 1, 2, Debate - 1, 2, 3, 4, Jour-
nalism - 4, Feature Editor - 4, Key Club -
3, 4, Student Council - 1, 2, 3, Press Club -
4, Mustangers - 3, 4, State Finalist Debate -
3, State Champion Debate - 4, President of Key
Club - 4, Student Council Vice President - 3,
Homeroom President - 2, Colden Horseshoe.
STEWART SPRAGGINS - Band - 1, 2, 3, 4,
Swimming - 2, 3, 4, Latin Club - 4.
KEITH STRINGFELLOW - Belletristic Society -
3, 4, Spanish Club - 4.
JOHN TILLY - Math Club - 2, 3, 4, Science
Club - 3, Choir - 2, 3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety - 4, U.l.L. Science - 3, 4, President-Na-
tional Honor Society - 4, Vice President-A Cap-
pella Choir - 4, Homeroom President - 3, Aca-
demic Award - 2, 3.
BILLY TUNE -- Band - 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club
- 4, Student Christian Union - 3, 4, National
Honor Society - 4, All District Band - 2, 4,
Homeroom President - 4, President of Student
Christian Union - 4, State Champion Science -
4, Academic Award - 2, 3, 4, Golden Horseshoe
MIKE TURNAGE - Choir - 1, 2, 4, Belletristic
Society -- 4, Spanish Club - 2, Student Christian
Union - 4, Allied Youth - 4, Press Club - 4,
TARS - 4, Art Club - 1, 2, Social Studies Club
- 2, National Forensic League - 1, 2, Speech
- 1, 2, Homeroom President - 2, Senior Co-Edi-
L. J. TURNER - Football - 1, Track - 1,
DECA Club - 3, 4. -
JERRY TYLER - Football - 1, Baseball - 1.
ANITA VOORHIES - Spanish Club, Future
Homemakers, Student Christian Union, National
Honor Society, Academic Award - 2, 3, 4.
JUDY VOORHIES - Student Christian Union -
4, Spanish Club - 3, 4, Candy Stripers - 3, 4.
VERLON WARD - DECA - 3,4,National
Honor Society - 4.
DANNY WARD - Spanish Club - 1, 2, 3, 4-
President, Science Club - 1, Homeroom President
- 2, 3, President of Spanish Club.
ELDON WARREN - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
- 1, 3, VICA - 3, 4.
GARY WARREN - Football - 1, 2, Track, -
1, 2, 3, 4, Math Team - 3, Spanish - 3, Key
Club, Press Club, Homeroom President - 1,
Round Up Sports.
VICKI WARREN - Speech, Homeroom President
- 1, FTA - 2, Annual Staff - 2, Cosmetology
- 4, Cheerleader 1.
LINDA WATSON - Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4, French
Club - 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America
- 4, Academic Awards - 2, 3, 4.
EILEEN WELLS - Classical League - 3, 4, Latin
Club - 3, 4.
ROBERT WHITE - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain - 4, Industrial Arts Club
- 2, 3.
CATHY WILLIS - Thespian Society - 1, 2, 3,
4, Choir -- 3, 4, President of Thespians - 4,
President of Homeroom, Best Actress in District -
3, Third in Prose Reading - 4, Second in District
Poetry Reading - 3.
SALLY WOULLARD -4 French Club, Art Club-
Vice President - 4, FTA, Candy Stripers, Math
Club, Student Council - 3, 4, Secretary - 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, Academic Award - 2, 3, 4,
Vice President - 2, Who's Who in Art - 3.
BRAD YOUNG - Football - 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
- 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra - 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club
- 3, 4, Key Club - 4, Honorable Mention Foot-
ball - 3, 4, Who's Who Orchestra - 3, Orchestra
President - 4, Senior Class Favorite, Baseball
Captain - 4.
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