Ardmore High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Ardmore, OK)

 - Class of 1972

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Ado A. . 4-1 2 .,, . . 'L Y' . ,- gs. gf-v Today We Follow. . . as students of Ardmore High School preparing ourselves for our future lrves as adults We enjoy these few years rn hugh school because they will be remembered as the best years of our llves Through these experrences we learn so that we may become The 1972 Crrterlon hopes to capture the experiences of today for tomorrows memorres, for Tomorrow We Lead tomorrow's leaders. ' , . I . a - 1 . 2' Q . Q, In N 'B i a W Y N in K8 4 " .rr A fmfv-ri? ff -'R .Suggs . 2 MW . 1 if em A 8 5 if fe. .. B' s , W Qi . 'max X am, S2 fs mpg am ag ,,f'k 'E wx -45? Q J' "f, s.f 'C' be x:8'.:5 K is sk s'q'.?, X S . was A wi m 5-1 'S Q55 . iff' 'AQ ll" Q ? 6.5 rg,-65: ,W :'?:Q 'P 5 tb, tk: , . 0 1 A Q in 4 u . ' J .ru . ff., " kv .. .' v '21 , A l R. 1i2?Lt'8zig g . Qgmf , ' Q N A ky kr: , .' 'am ' f x fix x, X g - 'ii 4.,,Tqi1,f- .K K , A NW: .. .Q S . 14,3 1 ,t my - m, Q. A , i Q 21 fl l ' ' 14' ,Q . 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The 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution, granting the 18 fear-old vote, was passed this Sept- amber, with more than 200 registrants it the Carter County Courthouse. Ardmore's victory over Ada, 44-0, vas perhaps the most memorable event of the school year. Ada, arch rival in football, had not been held coreless since 1953. This win reflects rue AHS progress. s c 2 5.: 5 ' s E. Fkfsmi 1- W www, , air? iiiitfkiiiffn,-.i" 1 1. - f n 'iiifizsws,'i21 f it w -fi-frririz,1iiil.:iiW,f --'3?!Ei5i4liif5:1,s22:gQ.,if . it '. MIKE ALLEN, AHS senior, leaves Charles Evans Elementary School, where he has just cast his vote for the school bond issue. Mike is one of more than 200 registrants at the Carter County Courthouse to take advantage of the 26th Amend- ment granting 18 year-olds the right to vote. It was with their aid that the school bond passed. 7 Day of Homecoming Eve Q.-.uf-P 'W . he we ighlights Football Season vm 9 ' '3 'inf , 9 ... 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Q ,, V wx M 1422 if W - S Sr- . ,A 15 1- at "J Hr , J ,af V :Y H 'Q ,Mfm 5 A,, L :: 2 A E, -.41 sg igui 1? S w ' KE iiwkv 6 Uh- fc:i?'A 3 L ,if Vi ef 3 F3 af iw his VJ M'...',w Aw mv .umm-Z 1v- ,, HQ, 4 Q ,.,. . .. , e 0... KK, W V w' ,, -- y ,,,,, kkt, . wr K i I ,,., . , .1 pf W 4 A K an K wi gf K L 9' 3 .22 , M. ps ax V ' 'W .L , . ,P mv .W .- 5 Q , N if :'3QE'5,,1l" I ,, Qs: 319 5 X ZA F Q .. , , 1 A f in jf U ,Z ew W A W 'ES' F xi 1 E s K V wg-i'k2'sQ qs K fl I 25, g :F L Q A f, W3 Q fu M, Mg' V is w BOARD MEMBERS ARE, seated around table in superintendents office, ILEFT TO RIGHT? james Dolman, Tony Risinger, W. A. Gardner, Board Effor The School Board has worked hard to make this year successful. Much work this year has been toward the planning of the new high school. On October 5, 1971, the bond issue for the new school was passed. The six board members meet month- ly and have the responsibility of employing teachers and the adminis- trative staff, formulating policies of the school system, approving curriculum, Bill Ware, Herbert Upchurch, and Lee Wood- side. NOT PICTURED is james Nash, bio- chemist, who was installed in December. ts Pass Bonds teaching materials, textbooks, pro- grams, and activities. Board members are Dr. W. A. Gard- ner, president of the Board and a local optometrist, james B. Dolman, attor- ney, Lee Woodside, manager of the Bell Refinery, Herbert Upchurch, bio- chemist at the Noble Foundation, Bill Ware, superintendent, and Tony Risinger, assistant superintendent. New member this year is 1. Nash, Ward 2. Administrators View Plans Tony Risinger has served as Assistant Superintendent of Schools for three years. Mr. Risinger's duties involve in- struction, personnel management, and working with the school itself. A former baseball player, Mr. Risinger is aware of the importance of athletics in the development of the students' ability to perform in and out of school. Bill Ware came to Ardmore as Super- intendent of Schools three years ago. In addition to his usual duties as the chief administrator of schools, Mr. Ware has been very busy during the 1971-72 school year with plans for the development of the new high school. His farsightedness and determined work were largely responsible for the passing of the school bond issue. Officials Direct District's Work Overseeing the expenditure of federal funds and directing all busi- ness and purchasing are handled by two efficient and responsible men, Mr. Charles Dabbert and Mr. Cecil Morris. BOTTOM: Mr. Charles Dabbert is the Director of Federal Programs for the school district. He develops the programs and is in charge of account- ing for them. He oversees the expen- ditures of federal funds which reach almost S500,000.00. RIGHT: Mr. Cecil Morris is the Director of Business and Purchasing. He is responsible for buying all teach- ing materials and maintenance sup- plies for the school system, in addi- tion to purchasing for all city school cafeterias. 20 s"'1i"S Kal Secretarial Pair Aids School Board The superintendent's office is kept running smoothly by informed offi- cials. BOTTOM: Mrs. Elizabeth Minzes is the Financial Clerk and the Clerk for the School Board. She has the respon- sibility of auditing the payroll and bills, and handles all money spent by the school. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Frances Es- sary is secretary to the Superintendent. LEFT: Mr. john Cowan is the director of buildings and grounds. He super- vises the maintenance and upkeep of all school property. Mr. Cowan re- placed Mr. Gordan Sturdevant this year. This is definitely a switch from teaching shop classes, as he used to do. ,ff 2'l , V x W .,,, Principle Pair joins Staff New this year at Ardmore High School is Dr. C-lenn Smith, principal. Dr. Smith was graduated from Okla- homa Baptist University, with a B.S. degree. He earned his Master of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and later his Ph.D. from the National Christian University in Arlington, Texas. Before coming to Ardmore, Smith was co-principal for three years at Muskogee High School. Reviving the vice-principal's posi- tion is Marshall Mills, former counselor at Ardmore junior High. Previous to his work in AIHS, he was a teacher at Charles Evans Elementary. Mr. Mills was graduated from Ard- more High School, attending East Central State College, and was graduated from Southeastern State College with a B.S. degree. He re- ceived his Master of Education degree from North Texas State University. Earl Allen Senior Counselor 24 f we TJ. Loafman Sophomore Counselor Leona Gravelle junior Counselor F 2 v-...Wm DURING THE COURSE of a busy day Mrs. the telephone. Matching names and faces jimy Wood and Mrs. Anne Middleton deal with for attendance purposes is only one of their students and parents both in person and on many tasks. 26 ' - 1 Clerks Continue Smooth System Several work to keep the school running smoothly. ABOVE FAR LEFT: Mrs. Anne Middleton is the school secretary who has devoted time and effort for 14 years. She takes care of financial business and permanent records. ABOVE LEFT: Mrs. limy Wood is starting her second year as attendance clerk, keeping track of 956 students. ABOVE: Mrs. Donna Holder is now receptionist in the superintendent's office. ABOVE RIGHT: As Attendance Clerk, Mrs. Elaine Holloway keeps records for all Ardmore city schools. RIGHT: Mrs. Irene McCoodwin is the Coordinator of Elementary and Audio Visual Education. She buys all of the textbooks and is in charge of the Instructional Materials Center. .f at l 1 Aides Facilitate Daily Procedure In her sixth year at Ardmore High School is Mrs. Peggy jones. Her main duties as a teachers' aide are typing letters, tests, announcements, and calendars. This year most of her work is done for the assistant principal. The cafeteria staff prepares meals that are nutritious and affordable to all students. The custodians are re- sponsible for keeping the school clean and the grounds presentable. Their jobs are important to many. Cafeteria staff is, LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Thelma Groomer, Edith Parks, Susie Gillham. ROW ONE, STANDING: Evelyn Stevens, Sheila Mc- Millan, Margie Brown, Alpha Barnett. ROW TWO: Dana Bendland, Willie Sharp, Lucille Givens, Gustodians: Galvin Adcock, james jones, Charles Bailey, and Bill Rowe. 28 Student Workers Help Voluntarily Busy teachers' aides and office girls serve teachers and students in nu- merous ways by collecting and dis- tributing office bulletins and atten- dance data. Mrs. lane Lawson is a newcomer to Ardmore High School. Typing tests and typing lunch tickets take up most of her time in her job as a teachers' aide. Office girls are, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE:Kristy Higbee,Tracie Over- turf, Kathy Rounsaville, and Mary Gillham. ROW TWO: Glenda Davis, Janis Solomon, Gwynn Wallace, and jill Cutberth. ROW THREE: Carol Omt- vedt, Shelley Patterson, and Paula Russell. ROW FOUR: Kathy Pruitt, Vikki Cole, janet Hubbard, and Betty Haney. 29 "To Know How to Suggest ls A, Louise Akers, M.Ed. Electa Baker, B.S. lerry Bateman, B.S. Ellen Cleaver, B.S. Business Education Music Theory Mathematics Physical Education l Sue Cowan, B.S. leraldine Daniel, B.S. Pat Dodge, M.Ed. Marzee Douglass, Business Education English Business Education M.Ed. History B A Shirley Hann, B.S. Trudy Harris, B.S. Olive Hibbard, M.A. Home Economics English Spanish sit as gg he Great Art of Teaching" june Holden, Ph.M. H. Holder, B.A. Charlotte Hudgins, C.E. jacobson, M.S. Speech Art B.A. Mechanical Drawing Vocal Music am- S- x Annie Johnson, B.S. Homer jones, B.A. Barbara Keith, B.A. Larry Keith, B,S, Business Education English Spanish Biology 3 l Elizabeth Kruse, B.S. Ruth McGee, B.A. jerry Menz, B.S. Michael Metze, M.Ed Chemistry Biology Digfribulive Eduqafion Instrumental Music Good Teachers Affect Eternit 'Um M jenny Morrison, Ann Murlcy, B.S. Larry Newton, BA- Leona Patton, M.T. M,Ed, History Instrumental Music Engligh English nw Q X 'f1'4.-..7 3 c, Sue Peterson, B.S. Sherry Porter, B.A. lean Rabb, B.A. Wilma Rasmuson, Business Education Psychology English B.A. Librarian ff -A,-xx YL. ,gf i 'int--""' Ruth Ann Reavis, B.A. Anita Ritchey, B.A. Charles Smith, M.Ed. Karen Smith, B.A. Englisl' Mathematics Physics French Where Their Influence Stops Ray Strickland, B.S. Gordon Sturdeva nt, Eugene Todd, M.A. Betty lo Tumlinson, Wf6Sllif1g lVl.Ed. Driver Education B.A. lndustriaIArts journalism Tom Walton, M.Ed. Estaline Waters, M.Ed. Lena White, B.S. Chuck Williams, B.A Physical Education Mathematics Home Economics History, 106 Willis, B.A. H.D. Wright, B.S. Driver Education Higfory Education: To Be Able to Do Wha tgl A is "xx 'f,: t all iiiic Wayne Austin Harris Blount Sharon Boehler Deatra Burnham Diesel Mechanics Auto Mechanics L.P.N. Instructor Registrar '?i .' fan C ,fl George Clabough jim Cline Wanda Cruson Vicki Dodson Electronics Computer Programmer Bus. 81 Office Ed. Secretary Hb-M Cleo Dupy Dewey Felton Edward Gloodt Nolan Hester Asst. Director Drafting Machine Shop Carpentry ou've Never Done Before ' .... S Ni ' ' 'i7',r,,-- r Jr .. ,,L,,-:Qz5l?::::H' fi-5,w:.- ' 5 ada! r - 'U' X f . K 1 fish -Z, " -- , - i rw - F 4, ax FK 'V .. Q i rw . we A-4 , ,. ,M -,. ' ,,, G-...... V X. rw, , ,zii Q Darlene lester Douglas Morris Othell Newton Lee Piatt Food Services Welding Financial Clerk Occupational Orientation yifflix john Pryor jo Ann Ratliff lack Stone Gerry Toti Data Processing Cosmetology Director L.P.N. Coordinator H .,.. I 3 1 -sw -l W 2 '51 ,E is f nr Q rp i 'W N ,i K :.. K V my W ,, . "M V ut? s ' 'fi K, K A V If V 7 , ,, A ,S g f 2 loe White Henry Venable Auto Body Air Conditioning Vocational Skills Developec at Center The Southern Oklahoma Area Vocational-Technical Center offers area students the opportunity to gain valuable training and skill in one of several practical trades. The Center is under the administra- tion and supervision of the Ardmore Board of Education, but classes are open to students from many surround- ing towns. Students spend three hours each day at the Center and earn credits toward graduation plus knowledge for future vocations. Courses offered at the Vo-Tech Center are the following: Auto Body Repair, Auto Mechanics, Business and Office Education, Carpentry, Cos- metology, Data Processing, Drafting, Electronics, Food Services, Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, and Welding. gmunwwwng l Laughing Softens Hardened Images Gone is the tough-guy image that once was linked with the teaching profession. Today's teacher shares his experiences, his time, and his family with his students. This casual method of teaching makes students more at ease with their teachers and sparks in them the desire to learn. Teachers also stand as a source of guidance to students. Some feel they can relate to their teachers what they can't to their peers. RIGHT: Homer jones, sophomore and senior English teacher, explains the essentials of writing a precis. BOTTOM: Chuck Williams, Amer- ican History teacher and assistant foot- ball coach, hopes that his baby boy, Bart, will be a future football star. Williams' wife, Linda, often brings Bart to school for lunchtime visits. Faculty Powers Student Learning F As the educational leaders of today: and, the builders of the leaders of to- morrowg Ardmorelilagh School faculty members vary in their approaches and, tech,niqpes.Some are casual ,in their aplprogachjfothers are more formal. ABOVE:flerry V Bateman, 'geometry teacher tandvjuniorfclass sponsor,- often visits the Student Store. Shown here, at leftQ he is Qhatftingiwitli Frank Mer- rick, president of the sophomore class and an active Store worker, with sophomore worker Mike Tipps join- ing in. The teacher-student relation- ship at AHS is improving yearly. LEFT: jenny Morrison assumes a casual perch on the filing cabinet in her English IV and Composition clas- ses as she explains some of the more technical aspects of effective writing. y 39 Stage Band members V FRONT ROW, Bill David , Sherry Cindy Owens, Front Line Sets Stride for Pride The "Pride of Ardmore's" two drur majors attended camp last summer a the University of Texas at Arlingto Drum Major Leadership School. Ther they learned many salutes and pm cedures for use during half-time shov and for parades. One of the drui majors, Darrell Tackett, won an awar for making up "the most outstandir half-time show." The Ardmore High School Twirle attended Shamrock Twirling Camp Lake Eufala, Cklahoma, last summe. Each day the girls received six hou of twirling instructions from Tex Tech twirlers. Their classes consiste of dance routines, struts, twirlir tricks, and two batons. ln competitio for the best majorette line, the Tig twirlers performed a two baton ro tine and were selected as "the m outstanding majorette line" at t camp. -A g- .,-1 sr- as . H' -, .M - . N , f.,---M in lane Merlyn onnie Williamson Beverly King IRD ROW lohn van, john Worley, Phillip Elwell, Kent ner, Brian Lawyer, Terry Drake, Tom linmrid Rswvd .Hmm Stage Band Plays jazz at Its Best Ardmore High School's Stage Band entered two contests this year. The first was the Texas Stage Band Festival in Big Spring, Texas, February 24-27. Their next competition was the Okla- homa State Stage Band Contest in Del City. After completing competition in these two contests, they returned to perform in Ardmore for the Second Annual Stage Band Concert in the Ardmore High School Auditorium. Featured were many of the contest numbers plus other additions. This year, due to the number in stage band, the organization was divided into two groups to allow more people to join. umumwx musnn -Q ,V ,K L r A899 vw mmf an W .am J F' Brings Home Awards warrant officer, john Cowan, Thomas DeBose, james Simp- son, Vicke Austin, Debbie McGuire, jane Merlyn, Vicki Moore. SIXTH ROW: Weletta Hambrick, Brian Lawyer, Murray Young, Brad Perkinson, Gordon McDonald, Randy Evers, Drew Gardner, corporal, Ricky Bright, Steve Harris, Anita Lloyd, Melody Lowe. SEVENTH ROW: jean Dupy, Dale Stockton, Ron Childress, Ty Nagode, Kenny john- son, jeff Owens, Mike Slaughter, Paul Fitch, Geraldine Smith, Mary Penney, Vickie Langston, head majorette, Don Martin, john Worley, Nancy Saylors, Darrell Tackett, drum major, Bill Pretty, drum major, Tom Shilling, captain, Revonda Hawley, Celia Baxter, librarian, Terry Drake. EIGHTH ROW: Larry Walck, Bonnie Peck, Rick Cremer, Tommy Milner, Steve Kizer, David Crandall, Rusty King, Renee judd, Nancy jones. NOT PICTURED: Charles Mor- ris, Steve Scott, Kerry Hickman, james Keltner, jackie Williamson. And the Beat Goes Cn For AHS Band The Ardmore High School Band, known as the "Pride of Ardmore," works each year in many areas. The band members start off the school year one month early with 7:30 and 8:00 A.M. marching rehearsals. Approximately 1400 hours are spent yearly in band rehearsals. These prac- tices prepare the band for football halftime shows and parades both in Ardmore and out-of-town. ln November, after many rehearsals, the band attends a marching contest. The Chili Supper, also in November, is sponsored by the band parents. This and the band's annual magazine sales supply the money necessary to meet the band's various needs. All-District and State tryouts are in Ianuary, District Contest and a Stage Band Festival are in March. The Spring Concert, Band Queen Coronation, and the Spring Band Banquet wind up the yearin May. ,Q fs : 5 , 2 K H.. --x Q I hu 'QQWQ w Q Q it gum! A K E s , .M 4 X A Ex UH' K I Q S, K 1 'Y L 5 Mi? 'Wil -9 7 ABOVE: Honors' Chorus members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Roxanne Payne, Thomas DeBose, Polly Gunn, joel johnson, Susan Chaffin, Debbie Barfield, Tony DiRienzo, Cheryl Ormsby, john Cowan, Candace Reinke, Phillip Knox, janet Martin, Ricky Gaylor, Debbie Ponder, Maridel Woodley, Tommy Milner, jacque Stone, Keith Troop, Leigh Ann McElreath, Anita Burchett. THIRD ROW: Lynn Ann Gilliam, Sallie Walker, Larry Davis, Marilyn Bax- ley, Debbie Shoemake, Murray Young, Linda Wood, Arvle Knight, Melissa Brown, Darrell Tackett, Donna Epperson. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Newton, Mark Knox, Carol Omt- vedt, Eugene Descans, Cheryl Mitchell, janet Colbert, Mike Askew, janet Hubbard, Gary Harris, Vickie Langston, Henri Cosey, and Linda Cruson. BELOW: Accidental Singers are, SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lori Davis, Becky Parr, Paula Quillin, Donna Graybill, Shelley Patterson. STANDING: Kay England, Theresa Rice, Debbie Gibson, Sabrina Young, and Sarah Snodgrass. 3 .i.fwf:'2f V . k,.,. t pg. ' ll 01" ,M ra ABOVE: Madrigal members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Barbara Miller, Vickie Langston, janet Martin, and Debbie Gibson. SECOND ROW: Arvle Knight, Linda Wood, lacque Stone, Melissa Brown, Debbie Barfield. THIRD ROW: Blake jordan, Murray Young, Theresa Rice, restige Groups xhibit Talents The Choral Department at Ardmore gh School gives time and talent for fic functions and in school programs. Jnors' Chorus is a special chorus Iected by the director on the basis previous experience, sight singing, d tonal memory. This year the orus had a total of 50 members con- ting of members from all three clas- s. Madrigal was a prestige group of members, a bigger group than ever ifore. The Trio, all senior girls, com- eted its final year at AHS, having sung gether all throughout high school. newly organized group this year is the Accidentals, including 12 phomore girls singing "pop" music. E-,,4---an---"R-VON Dawn Newton, Cheryl Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Thomas DeBose, Darrell Tackett, Henri Cosey, Gary Halstead, joel lohnson. BELOW: Trio members are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Wood, Dawn Newton, and Carol Omtvedt. Boys' Glee Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Fred Pollard, Donald Ward, Bob Ware, Drew Young, Dennis Mitchell, Tom Milner, Eugene Descans. SECOND ROW: Iacky Woody, Roth Hyght, Victor Cul- pepper, Russell South, Thomas DeBose, Phillip Knox, Darrell Tackett, Henri Cosey. THIRD ROW: Danny Col- lins, Ricky Gaylor, John Cowan, Arvle Knight, Murry Young, Gary Halstead, Greg Lester, Gary Harris, Mark Knox. FOURTH ROW: Robert Chandler, Danny Cumm ings, Larry Davis, Mike Askew, joel johnson, Keith Troop Kenny Johnson, Don Martin, Keith Gardner. NOT PIC TURED: Blake jordan, and David Wilkinson 5 E! Sophomore Girls' Glee Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Carol Neyer, Patricia Manner, Lori Davis, Ianey Sloan. SECOND ROW: Michelle Meyer, Kathy Ingram, Cindy Miller, Donna Grayoill, Cynthia Sharp, Vicki Hayes, Becky Parr. THIRD ROW: Kim Stuart, lanie McDaniel, Lana Hicks, Kay England, Velma Gentry, Valerie Lightfoot, Maggie Pengraf. FOURTH ROW: Debbie Sud derth, Paula Michael, Barbra Miller, Teresa Rice, Colleen Devlin, Lewanda Anderson, lanetjones. Mixed Chorus members are, SEATED, Debbi Forson. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Beaver, Patsy Teague, Barbra Scribner, Sabrina Young, lan Tyer, Dennis Mitchell, Drew Gardner, Bob Ware, Don Martin, Mark Flanagan, Donald Ward, Celia Wiley, Lisa Harvey, Denita Duke, Teddi Fite, lanice Solomon, Shawn Prosser, Becky Callahan, Debbie Gibson. SECOND ROW: Teri Slinkard, Sara Snodgrass, Shelley Patterson, Kalaugha Bean, Diana Haynes, Virginia Schrahl, Kenny johnson, Gary Halstead, Danny Collins, Fred Pollard, Victor Culpepper, Bernice Moore, Wenda Shelton, Sabrina Bynum, Debbie Vaile, Darlene Bynum, Paula Quillin, Debbie Knight. THIRD ROW: LaQuita Trivitt, Darlene Coffman, Shelly Pettis, Annalisa Wooten, Linda Smith, Leslie Harris, Robert Chandler, Roth Hyght, lacky Woody, Phil Knox, Greg Lester, Danny Cummings, Norma Patton, Iudy Morris, Nancy Royall, Patsy Blow, Ivy Forbes, Ianie Iones, Susan Miller. NOT PICTURED: Russell South, Wenda Stevenson, Nina Tarleton, Scharmagne Winter, Dwayna Beckett, Keith Gardner, Delphine Light- foot, and Sandy McKenzie. Chorus Productions Excel Each month, various groups appear on "Hear It From the Kids" on KXII television in Ardmore. This year's annual "Tiger Terrifics" featured a cutting from "Fiddler on the Roof" and several other ensembles with proceeds going to the memorial in Terry Wiles' name. After the Christ- mas concert December 16, thoughts turned to the production of the musi- cal, "My Fair Lady." Following came contest in March and the Spring Con- cert ended the year. All choruses worked toward these goals and more during the year. This year the Boys' Glee Club consisted of 41 members. The Girls' Glee Club had a total of 27 members and the Mixed Chorus was made up of 68 members. These three organizations helped to prepare sophomores and juniors for Honors' Chorus. Chorus Stages "My Fair Lady" Lerner and Loewe's musical, "My Fair Lady," adapted from George Ber- nard Shaw's play and Gabriel Pascal's motion picture "Pygmalion," was the most elaborate musical Ardmore High School has ever presented. It had more choreography and costumes than ever before. The story revolves around the life of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney 'flower girl, Henry Higgins, England's leading phoneticist, and Colonel Pickering, a houseguest of Higgins'. Freddy Eyns- ford-Hill's love for Eliza and Alfred Doolittle, Eliza's drunken father, add much to the plot. Eliza goes to Higgins' flat to be taught how to become a "lidy." After weeks of hopeless struggle, Eliza, Pickering, and Higgins celebrate her triumph in "The Rain in Spain." Another hit song included was "I Could Have Danced All Night." 50 I W mm Q 3 THE ASCOT, A horse race still run in England today, is the setting for Eliza's first exposure to the snobbish aristocratic society. 0 44- Ur Q 9 Z TANGO TRIO OF Hi Eliza I Linda Wdodl, and ends in in Spain. s xx. :ff Cast Exceeds All Expectations ni 3.- Lfiv-'J fa.. gr .Y we CLFE Eflfwsd QQ ' y K if? 'lm P added an L , ..-.. SN 45" 2 x gi cr' X ' " P 2 'ww' ' l 'if Qvwwlfwtuu ii I Adlptoj! hom lelndd lhll'l "Hilti" 4 - 'T :N 'i2'l"ii'iiia 'Lie' M., mana um Mr: 'UNM X6 WIP N X X Mgr I Q , . ,lr 4 .7-M PRODUCTION STAFF Director ..........,.... .,.... . Charlotte Hudgins Instrumental Director . . ............... Mike Metze Choreographer .,.., ..,., R uth Miller Thompson ......,,....,LlndaAwalt LindaCruson ... .. Victor Walters , . . . . Anita Burchett ...... Cheryl Mitchell Set Design ..,...... Student Director . . . Rehearsal Pianist . . . Ticket Manager . . Head Usher ...,.,. Make-up ,.............,.......,..... Donna Epperson Technical Director ...,.................. Murray Young After months of preparation, the actual construction for "My Fair Lady" began during the Christmas vacation. Once again, the extended stage, used last year, was erected. Students in- volved spent many extra hours after school, on weekends, and at night preparing for the dates, February 14- 19. The souvenir programs included a section called "What ls a Musical," explaining in detail the different phases of a musical production. W ' F'-'WM"' YE Publications Enllghten AHS Criterion Staff Preserves Year To measure up to last year's Okla- homa lnterscholastic Press Association rating of "With Honors" in Class B, the Criterion staff of eleven seniors spent many hours in and out of class to meet the '72 yearbook's deadlines. In response to the student survey taken concerning last year's book, this year, more candids and action shots plus use of school colors were incorporated into the scheme. To compete with the '71 book's OIPA Special Honors award of "Most Interesting Use of Typography," the editors switched to the use of Optima type and machine-set headlines and worked to improve photographic quality. 54 sf, '18 H Mi vw . . 4 , af' cg? . X X X-. 3 1 I 9 15 5' mf, H 1' J' WL f- up .5 -ez., 4'--Y x Jig , UJIU, ,gg IOHJIG If ...Q X ,, Wy. a Q- Q.- S. S Q S3 5 'SW 7X Q ..,, can ,. f' ,.w All-School Play Enlightening Peter Marshall's Biography Relived The All-School Play, "A Man Cal Peter," directed by june Holden, I an emphasis on seriousness rather tl on the usual comedy. The story involved a young minis1 Peter Marshall, who gathered into home the young people of the co munity. He made their joys and s rows his own. His wife knew how rea he was to overtax his strength in half of others, but he good-humore evaded her efforts to shield him. Peter Marshall, life was service. Sor times this meant giving offense to more conservative elements in church. Based on the book of same name by Marshall's wife, Catl ine, the three-act play ran for th performances, including two matins i I I " iii- - 1-1 -i-----i- .- l- -,.., - .. 7 0 FO ized dir cast and cre Cast of Characters Peter Marshall .,., .,.. L arry Davis Catherine Marshall . .... Anette Ware Peterjohn Marshall . . . t....... Scott Stone Allen Talbot ......... . . .Bob Remondino judith Bickle . .... Susan Miller jesse Bickle ..,. .... G ayla Cole Susan Grant .. . .Debbie Smith Marian Grant . . . ..., Karen Webb Steven Grant .. ..s... john Gow George Yost ,....,..,,.. t......,. M ike jobe joe Keating .s..t,,......... Thomas DeBose Senator james Knox Polk . . . ...... Rusty King Nancy Everetts ..,...... .... M arilyn Luster Barbara Logan . . . .janet Colbert Hulda ,..... t...s,.., ,.... T r acy Overturf Set Construction ..Mrs. Holden's Classes and Arvle Knight Student Director .....,.,..............,,.... Rusty King Properties .....,...... Debbie Clour, Merlaine Anderson Prompters .,... ..,. M erlaine Anderson, Tracy Overturf Make-up .... ..... L inda Cruson, Donna Epperson Lights ....t.. ....,t.. A rvle Knight, Paul Medcalf Cover Design ..,.....,...................,. Louise Lang Posters .....,,.,....,..,...,..,,.,... .Betty Livingston Art Work .... 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V V V ,V " 4' " '1iV,'.1' Young Artists Flau nt Skills Art Club members are, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Hensley, Sandy Anthony, lan Gardner, treasurer, Elizabeth Huston, vice- president, Diane Davidson, Teresa Roberts, Disa Green. SECOND ROW: Robin lewell, Iinny Vernon, Cerita Smith, Carolyn Sunday, Bonnie Jacobsen, Io Lyn Croskell, Mary Meeting once a month, the Associ- ated Artists work to further knowl- edge in their field. Members meet at the school to discuss plans for the organization. Two dinner meetings a year are held which guest speakers attend. During the year the members visit various art museums and compete Thompson, Cindy Miller. THIRD ROW: Greg Goddard, Mike Clark, Ieanie Freemon, Billy Moore, Louise Lang, Eddie Roush, jill Fea- therstone,lody Taylor. NOT PICTURED: Susan Castle, secretary, janet Pitts, president, Ginny Galloway, Leona Hardey. in art shows to be judged on their work. A clay mixing party at the be- ginning of the year supplies enough clay to be stored for use throughout the year. The year ends with a senior art show at the Charles B. Goddard Center. Eeerleaders Set Tempo for Tonsils After spending many hours in prepa- ation, the Ardmore High School heerleaders help to boost spirit at .HS. During the summer they held early worning practices and also attended amp at Southern Methodist Univer- ity. They were taught four yells each ay. At night, the girls competed a- ainst other groups of cheerleaders nd received the Spirit Stick, four "Su- eriors" and one "Excellent" rating. hey were rated on eye contact, smiles, bility, voice, gymnastics and endings Jyells. Cheerleaders are, BOTTOM ROW, LEFT senior Mascot Leslie Edison junior and jo P RIGHT: Sharen jester, sophomore, and Kathy Reynolds sophomore THIRD ROW Pat Cran Bigbie, junior. SECOND ROW: Terry Evans ford senior and Cheryl Colclasure junior DECA Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Terry Marris, Fred Iones Brad Hallett, Donna Keener, Andrean Arnold, lay Newman. SECOND KUW: Mr. jerry Menz, Debbie Ponder, Celia Wiley, Robert Edison, Don Wilson, Tracy Powell, Steve Fry, Glenda Sadler, Deanna Brinsfield, Randy Weichbrodt. THIRD ROW: Kelly Mar- tin, David Meek, Danny Collins, Charles Goldsmith, Keith johnson, Ed Brown. FOURTH ROW: Billy Carpenter, jack Pittman, Bill Pretty, Basil Porter, jim Ozment, Rita Rut- ledge, Sandy Blagg, Susan Harlin, Barry Housley and Leigh Ann McElreath. DECA Promotes Better Business Meeting monthly for a breakfast seven o'clock at the Holiday lnn, t Distributive Education Club of Ameri discusses upcoming news and busine At various times they give programs? the civic clubs of the community. Sor of their yearly activities included Christmas party and a hay ride. Duri the Christmas season this year, th sold Christmas candles. They also s raffle tickets and the winner, Ro Stewart, received a car stereo ta player. The club is sponsored by lei Menz. an W MAKING J ., ,VK ATIONS TO join Spanish Club are, LEFT TO RIGHT, David Brown, Nancy Saylors, Renee Judd, Merlaine Anderson, and Susan Miller. if if R 95 Q f gf 'iw su V. A. Akiik. sf T bk ,lii 'H 1:': U P f M M ' I r AK' 3 1 A ig' bm K' , A- 'IN .. M . Mo-f ,if it .M -W, 'X Q ZE, s , ,J , Inks, . A rv 1 ,. ,y...,,1L V X New K 5 ,za if 5-fi Q L' AK H+. K M 1 if 5 Q! y , M wh di s, 5 H, , 3 IJ ggi ,, tg' M " A if . X 4? ss lll . FCA members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Thomas Lee, Bob Davis, Gary Harris, Mike Allen, Kevin Craig. Sophus, Mark Flannagan, Steve Maxwell, secretary, Kenny NOT PICTURED: Roth Hyght, Thomas Hunt, George Hann, Collins, president, Gerald White, vice-president, Harold Ronnie Davidson, Gerald Anderson, Tim Piatt, Ronnie Cypert, Gary Don McKee. SECOND ROW: Bobby Ware, Hurte, Robert Hurte, Tommy Landeros, Vernon Smith, Mike Tipps, George Harris, Phillip Todd, Rodney Mills, Larry Bussey,I.D.White, David Norton, Salvador Landeros, Ronnie Crosby, Kenneth Pence. THIRD ROW: Mr. TJ. Steve Nance, jimmy Buck, Mike Allen, and Ricky Orr, Loafman, sponsor, Wayne Grider, Clarence Roberts, Terry treasurer. ' f F CA St rives 0 r Congenial Teams Meeting in community churches a in the science building, the Ardml chapter of Fellowship of Christi Athletes is in its second year of ex ence at Ardmore High. A talent sh was held in the spring with proce used to send a delegate to conferen in different states. The purpose of club is for each member to know m about jesus Christ and His way of and .to demonstrate in his athl endeavors and daily life a more spo manlike attitude to his opponents to others. Q O l ,lub Participates n Home Planning As a national organization for boys ld girls, Future Homemakers of merica strengthens home ties and tproves home living. This year FHA sponsored the Sweet top, selling donuts, cookies, suckers, 1d various other goodies on the first JorofAHS. The members meet monthly and ave occasional guests. This year they ere given a cake demonstration by lrs. Bill Wiley. Sponsors are Shirley Hann and Lena lhite, home economics teachers. FHA Club members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Carleen Besaw, Annilisa Wooten, secretary, Marilyn Baxley, president, Kay Vaughn, vice-president, Paula Willis, historian, Virginia Schral. SECOND ROW: Linda Brown, Lanita Cline, Denise Herriott, Delores Alexander, Ellen Belvin, Norma Walker, Debra Dobbins. THIRD ROW: Donna Hundley, Sherri Miller, Debbie Wallace, Debbie Shoemake, Mrs. Lena White, and Mrs. Shirley Hann, spon- sors. NOT PICTURED: Vickye Chance. Enthusiastic Membership FTA Members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Trudy Harris, sponsor, Terry Evans, parliamentarian, Tracie Overturf, president: Anette Ware, vice-president, Vicki Rhodes, historian, Marcia Harman, treasurer, Debbie Clour, secretary. SECOND ROW: Bobby Ware, Kregg Nance, Bob Remondino, Tom Kittrell, Vicky Newton, Debbie Smith, Betty Livingston, Mary Howell. THIRD ROW Denita Duke, Alma Stolfa, Paula Sanner, Dona Duke, Merlaine Anderson, Kathy Pruitt, Faye Nicodemus, Pat Ponder. FOURTH ROW: Sharen Jester, Sally Ritter, Debra Dobbins, Andi Acree, LuAnn Butler, Robin Drew, Diana Davidson, Iana Elmore. FIFTH ROW: Sally Borwn, jill Cut- berth, Lori Freeman, Susan Sparks, Cathy Rison, Kim Simon, Ann Van Eaton, Ioye Reynolds, Kandy Turner. SIXTH ROW: linny Vernon, Cindy Miller, Shelley Patter- son, Iudy Pruitt, Sherri Shirrey, Marion Anderson, Stacey Cramer, Kathy Mauldin, Mike Hensley. NOT PICTURED: jimmy Buck, Vikki Cole, Denise Herriott, Mark Lauder- dale, Rodney Mills, lana Mock, Phillip Moore, jack Pitt- man, Nancy Saylors, Virginia Schrall, Debbie Shoemake, Terry Marris, Kevin Craig, Fred jones, Debbie Wallace, Karen Webb, Kathy Wood, Linda Brown, Steve Nance, Ricky Orr, Phillip Todd, Kathy Stevens, Kathy Bigbie, Deana Brinsfield, Gregg Cremer, Nancy Campbell, lo Lyn Croskell, Donna Dobbins, Steve Hill, Weasel Lang, Robyn Iewell, Lisa Harvey, Kathy Ingram, Gwynn Wallace. 45 -limbs in School Activities GRA members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Diana Bergman, Cheryl Dimmitt, Barbara Scribner, secretary, Marilyn Luster, president, Glenda Sadler, vice-president, Kim Cullins, Paula Willis. SECOND ROW: Susan Miller, Debra Dobbins, Delores Alexander, Colleen Devlin, Ver- Future Teachers' Enrollment Grows With a total of 68 paid members, this year's organization of Future Teachers of America, sponsored by Trudy Harris, is one of the largest Ard- more High School has ever had. ln December, the club gave a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Club members also had a caroling party. This year the club presented assemblies for the grade schools on "Why You Should Not Smoke." During the year each member had his chance to teach for a day in a local elementary school. onica Berryman, Sherry Wilson. NOT PICTURED: Leslie Edison, Debbie Sudderth, Denetta Agan, Norma Walder, Peggy lones, Stacey Cramer, Leona Hardy, Kathy Mauldin, Norma Patton. GRA Embodies Future Fitness Eighteen members make up the roster for the Girls' Recreation Associ- ation, sponsored by Ellen Cleaver. The group of girls tries to participate in all kinds of sports, such as bowling, swimming, skating, and playing dif- ferent outdoor sports. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month and something different is planned for each meeting. The big event of the year for GRA members is their five mile hike. Through this organization girls stay physically fit and can enjoy team effort. Clubs Serve School Witl FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT are President Steve Nance, Treasurer Tom Spring, Secretary Bob Remondino, Vice-President Kregg Nance. SECOND ROW members are Blake jordan, Zip Blackburn, Gary Follis, Bruce Helwig, Matt Leaman, Brad Hallett, Scott Stone, Patrick Ball, and David Stevens. THIRD ROW members are Terry Doran, Phillip Capshaw, Mike lobe, Mark Stevens, Charley Richards, Phil Atkin- son, Gary McKee, David Brown, George Hann, and Larry Davis. FOURTH ROW members are Paul Pitts, Tom Love, Philip King, joe Camp- bell, lay Newman, Mike Mordy, Mike Tipps, Tommy Milner, Steve Hill, Vernon Smith, Bill Delay, Mike Lard, and Todd Laverents. FIFTH ROW members are Mitch lobe, Phillip Doug- las, Keith Crites, Ronnie Crosby, Ben Roberts, William Springer, Daryl Bergman, Ricky Orr, Keith Troop, Ronnie Davidson, Frank Merrick, Chad jordan, Gregg Cremer, and Steve Ellis. cholastic and Civic Pride English Club members are, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Celia Baxter, president, Gala Cole, vice-president. SEC- OND ROW: Elizabeth Huston, Brenda Bowden, Alma Stol- fa, Betty Haney, Paula Sanner. THIRD ROW: Faye Nicode- mus, Renee ludd, Becky Callahan, Cerita Smith, Ruth Max- Key Club Serves School and City Meeting weekly at the Chamber of Commerce Building, the Key Club members develop initiative and lead- ership. One of the more prominent guests during the year was Chuck Fair- banks, head football coach at Okla- homa U niversity. Some of their projects were a canned food drive at Thanksgiving, a Christmas party for children at the Developmental Center, and various community service projects. They also sponsored the Basketball Homecom- ing Dance. Key Club Sweetheart was Debbie Shoemake. well, Kristy Higbee, Gwynn Wallace. FOURTH ROW: Lar- ry Davis, Philip Elwell. NOT PICTURED: Tracie Overturf, Phillip Moore, Rusty King, sales manager, and Nancy jones. Lambda Iota Tau Offers Anthology Lambda Iota Tau, the English Club, works on one main project during the school year, the Anthology. Meeting each Thursday morning at 8 A.M. at school, the members, sponsored by jenny Morrison, decide on submitted material to be used in the book of literature by students. Ten hours of reading time by each member have to be completed by the end of the year. Each piece of writing has to be read by five different people and rated to fairly choose"Quoth the Tiger." 69 LEAFLET MEMBERS ARE: QFIRST ROWJ Linda Wood fparliamentarianl, Merlaine Anderson ftreasurerj, janet Hubbard fpresidentl, Marilyn Baxley Chistoriani, Marcia Guthary, lan Gard- ner, KSECOND ROWJ Mrs. Ruth Ann Reavis, sponsor, Paula Sanner, Diana Bergman, Becky Callahan, joye Reynolds, Cerita Smith, Paula Quillen, Mary Ciillham, Gwynn Wallace, KTHIRD ROWJ Jacque Stone, Revonda Hawley, Kay Cleaver, Cathy Rison, Debbie McGuire, Bernadette Stolfa, Nancy jones, Anette Ware, Robin Drew, Melody Lowe. Leaflets Unfold Literary World Sponsored by the Ladies of the Le the Leaflets meet once every mor to learn to better appreciate all typ of literature. Officers make plans the summer for book reviews to given by certain members during t year. In addition to the book reviev guest speakers frequently attend t meetings. Social events also highli the year, starting with a Septem tea to welcome new members. Christmas party with a book exchan was held and a spring trip was tak in April. rench Education rought to AHS Under its new name the French ub Les Patrons Francais, is spon- red by Karen Smith in her first year teaching at Ardmore High School. ue club meets the first Monday of ery month to learn more about ance, its customs, and traditions. me group uses profits from bake sales pay for banquets which guest speak- s attend. Their first bake sale was ld December 6, Saint Barbara's Day, hlch begins the French Christmas ason. A Mardi Gras costume party as held in the spring. French Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Gayla Cole, president, Kay Vaughn, vice-president, Darrell Tackett, secre- tary, Becky Callahan, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Huston. THIRD ROW: Bonnie REXAMININC. . sMrs rel! Tackett, A L Ai Peck, Kim Scrivner, Donna Graybill, Ruth Maxwell. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Thompson, Celia Baxter, Mary Gillham, Betty Haney, Melody Lowe. NOT PICTURED: Dennis len- kins, Hamp McCool, Eddie Skidmore. fi , M I ..V ir ,r,, 2 S T yi C. T 1444, Lettermen members, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, are Tom Spring, chaplain, Chad lor- dan, Secretary, Steve Nance, vieefpresident, Rand Ta lor treasiiierp a A wning, . OND OW are Kevin Q i' W 'F 1, .V N Hifi i , nnne F e , , - , . ff' , . , 1 . f ,V ' ,V -1:. 1 i 3 ? ,,, . "1 i ip gi if Q ' - S A iii ' ,T Jee 4 1 T31 1 P' "L' Q A fi? ' fi A Wi' ff T ffiapshaw, l.D. WF' f'ck Cramer Mike Wayne Grid ?i!mChan Bre ter. FIFTH membe A ii ,Stev EIIi c ee Kevin Craig, David Vaughn, I Brown, Mike Drew ROW Sag. ff i"" "f,,as4,3m . 2 es, , s 3 . 2 ,Q ' X! Bells, ony was point kicker RFOW Library Assistants Form Club Library Helpers Turn the Pages The Library Club is a newly organ- ized club at Ardmore High School sponsored by Wilma Rasmuson. Mrs. Rasmuson began her first year at AHS, organizing the club as well as reor- ganizing the library. Meeting monthly on Wednesdays before school, mem- bers fulfill various jobs. Putting books on the shelves, filing magazines and books, checking books in and out, and promoting books through displays on bulletinboards are some of their re- sponsibilities. Students are graded during their work time and receive a non-solid half-credit for their work- I ing hours. 73 mx. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Members are Kathy Nelson, Kevin Thomason, Danny Russell, Dale Garrison, Thomas DeBose, Tommy Milner, Steve Hill, Gregg Cremer, Arvle Knight. SECOND ROW, Ivy Forbes, Ruth Maxwell, Bonnie Peck, Rusty King, Mari Williams, Steve Maxwell, Alicia Lavers, Teresa Biddick, Nancy jones. THIRD ROW: Cathi Biddick, Revonda Hawley, Mona Howell, Mary Howell, 74 Cheryl Mitchell, Susan Miller, Keith Parker, Danny Mit- chell, Bruce Helwig. FOURTH ROW: Laquita Trivitt, Gwynn Wallace, Elizabeth Huston, Marcia C-uthary, Mike Clover, jean Dupy, Dale Moffett, Renee judd. FIFTH ROW: Weletta Hambrick, Paul Medcalf, Paul Fitch, Bob Davis, Bob Remondino, Eugene Descans, Mike Clark. NOT PICTUREDZ Tom Shilling and l.D. White. Students Acquire Mathematic Skill Beginning the year with an instz lation in the fall, Mu Alpha Theta, tl math club, builds better mathematic understanding. The club meets once month at school and is sponsore by Anita Ritchey. Students must taking a math course and must have "B" average in the subject to eligible to join. Each year junior ai senior members are given the oppc tunity to teach sophomore ma courses. Mu Alpha Theta concluc the year with a spring picnic. ew Scientists xplore - ologies Phi Beta Sigma, the science club, s dedicated to encouraging scientific lnterests of its members. The club 'IVCS an annual scholarship to the out- tanding senior science student. The eclpient, chosen by a committee of nembers, is selected for recognition we has brought to the school. The cholarship fund is supported by everal fund-raising projects through- Jut the year. The club is open to any clence student and is sponsored by 1 lizabeth Kruse. Science Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: jo Brewer, Elizabeth Huston, treasurer: Paul Medcalf, president, Bob Remondino, secretary, Karen Webb: Renee judd, Diane Davidson. SECOND ROW: Kristi Tomlinson, Kim Simon, Lori Freeman, Kay Lynn Richards, Veronica Berryman, Sharen jester, Sally Brown. THIRD ROW: Blake jordan, Mike jobe, Patrick Ball, Matt Leaman, David Stephens, Drew Gardner, Cathy Rison. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Mitchell, Gayla Cole, Cindy Miller, Marian Anderson, Sherie Shirey, Norma Patton, Tracie McMurray, N"17"' i Cerita Smith. FIFTH ROW: Terry Doran, Kay Vaughn, Gregg Cremer, Steve Hill, Teresa Roberts, jeff Owens, Dennis Hooper, Mark Kenaga, john Gow. SIXTH ROW: jack Barnett, Paul Fitch, Rusty King, Thomas DeBose, Ty Nagode. NOT PICTURED: Mike Clover, Teresa Landreth, Mark Stephens, Eugene Descans, Kent Turner, Keith Gard- ner, Bruce Helwig, Steve Maxwell, Larry Riley, Phillip Moore, Kenny Sneed, Kregg Nance, Mitch jobe, Don Martin, Keith Troop, jenny Golloway, Shelley Patterson, Dennis Mitchell, Dwayna Beckett, and john Miller. -nn-1. 5. Have Ya Got That Spirit? Senior Pep Club members are, LEFTTO RIGHT: Pep Club officers are Lynn Gilliam, president, Lynn Ann Gilliam, Glenda Davis, Marilyn Pam McAnally, vice-president, Linda Wood, Luster, Maridel Woodley, Dona Duke, Cathi secretary, Betty Livingston, treasurer, and Stephenson, Tracie Overturf, Linda Wood. StacieCramer, sophomore representative. ,,g,j' junior Pep Club members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Pam McAnally, Robin lewell, Dale Moffett, Sally Ritter, Donna Dobbins, Debra Dobbins. SECOND ROW: Andi Acree, Lisa Harvey, Denita Duke, Teddie Fite, Becky Callahan, Diana Bergman, Faye Nicodemus. THIRD ROW: Teri Slinkard,Gwvnn Wallace, Cerita Smith, Ruth Maxwell, Paula Sanner, Alma Stolfa. FOURTH ROW: Pat Ponder, jill Featherstone, Pam Morris, Betty Haney, Brenda Bowden. wire misss. A wig 'Tw' MRM 1mL , A , M' mg F1 . Q s.:f ww N 4 ' . 'Q ,, ' fl X 1 Q .. K 4 , 4 125 ,Mm-YQ . A f' K - J on .4 , A 1 A o 9 I af uv W Q in Lai x M ,sw .mmf ' ,A.,,A.-Q My rg, an as 5 1 r ff ' 53 s -K, ., 550' a w - Q ' 4 f A'-s:,3f.f,'f'guf' Iwigif wwiiffl 'F Q L W Y? FWM rr ' E Sw in Si? , 2 SSSS Sr INSIDE BUS: KLEFT TO Rl'GSHTI3'St6ve Ne fKey Clhbj, Ron Downing KLetterman'sJ, FA Merrick fSophomore Clas59grrnfSa?nrd12g MCC 14-HQ, Brad Hallett fDECAJ. 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Club Promotes Good Publications Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for high school journalists, encourages initiative and creativity in writing. lt also gives recognition and reward to individual achieve- ments of students involved in journalistic activities. 80 A student must be a junior or senior, be positioned in the upper one-third of his class, and have a recommendation from his adviser to be a member ofthe organization. B.l. Tumlinson serves as sponsor for the Mac McGalliard Chapter. aw 1 GETTING READY FOR the annual candlelight QUILL AND SCROLL members and guests Ceremony at the initiation banquet are the enjoy a homemade ice cream and watermelon Quill and Sgroll Officerg, feed at the home of Bebe Bridges. Student Council Help Student Council members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Debra Thomas, Phil Atkinson, Peggy jones, Todd Laverents, Betty Linvingston, LuAnn Butler, jeff Owens, Keith Gardner. SECOND ROW: Rusty King, Henri Cosey, janet Hubbard, Debbie Clour, Dale Moffett, Ricky Orr. THIRD ROW: Lori Freeman, Tracy McMurray, jill Hamil- ton, jill Cutberth, Shelley Patterson, Sara Snodgrass, Sherry Wilson, Cathy Rison, Kim Simon, janet Martin. FOURTH The Ardmore High School Student Council provides a voice to represent the students' problems to the faculty, the administation, and the community. This year the Student Council, in cooperation with the faculty and ad- ministration, proposed a new dress code to the Board of Education. ROW: Tom Spring, Frank Merrick, Steve Hill, Anette Ware, Donna Dobbins, Tracie Overturf, jana Elmore, Andi Acree. FIFTH ROW: Tom Kittrell, Mike lobe, Ronnie Crosby, Louise Lang, Brad Hallett, Alan Vernon, Zip Blackburn, Mike Tipps, George Ferguson. NOT PICTURED: Elaine Hardey, Merlaine Anderson, Bebe Bridges, Ron Downing, Alicia Lavers, Sally Ritter, Mike Mordy, Kregg Nance. 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H ' y n '-'t- rf' L .4 'fp rti We-1" at M W' l '::- V' ' t at sul , in it N-,A.'Q - stt to , . s,,,,r , -P - " ,A I s t 'fl 'ui M :1 'f ' an ' ' 3 ' - N: 1-, f s' fs, Q .,.: .Ag, ,, - ff f 1 A,,, 3 5 , , ,,AV Q, ee e 1: , L i gf , Q 5 2 1 , ' L af fff.fi?Q" hy'L .k . emu ,M Mui' -, f . 3 e e f g i , ' ,iii WH L,1f , i ez Z ef 'W Q , i2!1 X E .asv 475' Steve Maxwell Rusty K Valedictorian Valedictorian 86 L , ' E x Qi I Ie Kni ht ictorian . K Ea 1 ....... For the first time in Ardmore High School's history, three students with four-point averages have been named for valedictory honors. Rusty King, son of Mr. and Mrs. l.N. King, jr., is president of Student ,Council and Associate Editor of Tiger Prints. He is vice-president of Mu Alpha Theta, a member of Quill and Scroll, Lambda Iota Tau, Phi Beta Sig- ma, National Honor Society, Key Club, band and stage band. He has received the English I, Eng- lish II, Algebra I, geometry, biology, French II, American History and jour- nalism I awards, was a delegate to Boys' State and a National Merit semi-fina- ist. Arvle Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. iN.A. Wilson, is an active member of the choral department in which he serves as president of Honors' Chorus. -le performed in the AHS production nf" Carousel" and had leading roles in 'South Pacific, "" Fiddler on the Roof," and "My Fair Lady." He is a member of the National Ionor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. Steve Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. vierle D. Maxwell, is active in many ields at AHS. He is president of Mu Xlpha Theta, a member of Phi Beta Sigma, National Honor Society, and ICA. He is also an outstanding dis- ance runner on the track team. He has received the civics, Spanish , Algebra II, and chemistry awards, ind was honored with the Citizenship lward for the third nine weeks during uis sophomore year. Mike Clover, son of Mr. and Mrs. LW. Clover, has achieved the honor if Salutatorian. In the three semesters Aike has been at Ardmore, he has veen active in many fields. He is president of National Honor ociety, a member of Mu Alpha Theta, hi Beta Sigma, and is a three-year wember of Lettermen's Club. Foreign Students Help Relations 88 AHS Ambassadors Leave Home Exchange students Tony DiRienzo, Brazil, and Terry Doran, Australia, enrolled at Ardmore High School the second semester of the 1970-71 school year and returned home at mid-term of the following school year. Tony returned to Ardmore in February to finish high school and continue his education in the United States. Arriving in january were Lesley Rowan, from South Africa, Patrice Ryan, from Australia, and Donna Kier- nan, from New Zealand. AHS exchange students Sarah Clark, Renae Finney, Dottie Moffett, Elaine Wills, and Mark Mlcak were in South Africa. Jacque Duncan was in Australia and Bebe Bridges was in1lNew Zealand.l .I Students' Achievements Honored in Citizenship winners for the first nine weeks were Brad Hallett, senior, not pictured, Dale Moffett, junior, and Sheree Shirey, sophomore. Second nine weeks winners were Gary Moore, senior, Randy Schwab, junior, and Tracy McMurray, sophomore. Third nine weeks winners were Peggy jones, senior, Thomas DeBose, junior, and Kay Cleaver, sophomore. Fourth nine weeks winners were Tom Shilling, senior, not picturedg Ellen Belvin, junior, and Keith Gardner, sopho- more. Ten per cent of the senior class and five per cent of the junior class mem- bers were elected to the AHS chapter of the National Honor Society. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, two-year members are Tom Shilling, Arvle Knight, President Mike Clover, and Rusty King. LEFT TO RIGHT, SECOND ROW, Secretary Kathy Rounsaville, Treasurer Terry Evans, Vice-President Mer- laine Anderson, Nancy Saylors, and Nancy jones. LEFT TO RIGHT, THIRD ROW, Steve Maxwell, Kathy Pruitt, Linda Wood, janet Hubbard, Henri Cosey, and Mrs. Estaline Waters, sponsor. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW members are jane Dupy, Vicky Newton, Paul Medcalf, Kevin Thomason, Randy Schwab, james Vanway, Dale Garrison, Larry Walck, and Bob Remondinoq SECOND ROW members are Gwynn Wallace, Renee judd, Melissa Brown, Betty Haney, jean Dupy, Carla Hampton, Ruth Maxwell, Becky Callahan, Mary Gillham, Dale'Moffetf, R'obyn Drew, Danny Russell, Elaine Hardey, Betty Livingston. THIRD ROW members are Debbie Clour, Marcia Harman, Alicia Lavers, jane Monroe, Celia Baxter, Elizabeth Huston, Kay Vaughn, Gay- la Cole, janet Martin, Ronda Gilliam, Dawn Newton, Bob Davis, Ben Roberts, Vern'on Smith. NOT PICTURED: Brian Anderson, Marilyn Baxley, Mark johnson, Steve Means, jana Mock, Debbie'Muhlar. Karen Ruff, and Mark Knox. i .. . 'B WNW" 4 J M, Q 9 .-wwf if Eiga. , M. 555 ,ijwz if SL ..--- if if 5 an W ,..., A Wi ,-".QZk n oncepts of Government ABOVE RIGHT are David Wilkinson and Debra Thomas, demonstrating the correct handling of flags. Boys' and Girls' States are nation- wide programs of Americanism and good citizenship sponsored and di- rected by the American Legion Aux- ilary. Students are chosen for high moral character, leadership, honesty, scholarship, and interest in govern- ment. Both organizations are non-partisan, non-political attempts to teach this nation's youth a love of country and of God. Each person was taught the duties and responsibilities of being a citizen by participating in a mythical state. Four girls represented Ardmore May 29-june 5. Girls' State was held in Ada at East Central State College. Boys' State, held in Stillwater at Oklahoma State University june 5-12, had a total of ten Ardmore partici- pants. Sim 94 5 1 at M. , Nancy Saylors Attendant Dawn Newton Attendant .d"""' H 3 96 jWJ0VV52M1g"t9tLPgM'Q'WVC?U Q wetgwtof Utfuwv , Linda Wood Attendant Coma e we fe we et DDA EQ Jdwwd? W' 4 V, 5 f I Vicki Rhodes Attendant ,4L,QLGZ,, 98 Cathy Rison Attendant wmQJWg6fQa Jxwow W0?QlM,t,4wfw mwwf1ffWjlJWMWwQQ ,wwwiwiwvailwvugnnftwffmt W Mfmfffzxzf ymutWWLLJJ fgfww+Ww,s3m,,mMp Sdlfgfet Lggkgbwdy . tten 3 - ,vwwfv MQwu , CQ fb JW UM MmJM'QM,-pL Q Mwl , I x X ,zfy-vw fqyuft fzmibi, Zwmu cjUV6ff Jmmwu 99 W 'L , f M M in . Jw' x , , ww., X NV .fi - A: - - N Sallie Walker Attendant Debbie Smith Attendant .K ' ,t - N-QQQ545' Denita Duke Attendant Deanna Brinsfield Attendant Fourteen Recognized fo Keith Troop, a sophomore, is a member of Key Club, Honors' Chorus, and is on the basketball team. He is an honor roll student and is an active member of his church. His hobbies include playing the guitar, hunting, and fishing. Donna Graybill, a sophomore, is a member of Les Patrons Francais, chorus, and the Tiger band. She enjoys singing, swimming, horse- back riding, and playing tennis. Cheryl Mitchell, a senior, was a member of Mu Alpha Theta, and Phi Beta Sigma. She is a member of Honors' Chorus and, as an active Outstanding Contribution member in her church, was vice-president of Enon Baptist Youth. In her spare time she reads and collects bottles. Becky Callahan, a junior, is a member of Lambda Iota Tau, Pep Club, Leaflets, and served as treasurer for Les Patrons Francais. She is on the honor roll and enjoys being in Bill DeLay, a junior at Ardmore High School, is a member of Key Club. Bill is on the Tennis team and likes to snow ski and to ride motor- cycles. Victor Walters, a junior, is accompanist for Honors' Chorus and Kiwanis Club, and is on the honor roll. Studying at North Texas State University, he hopes to become a concert pianist. Drew Young, a senior, was a member of the Lettermen's Club and was on the football and KES! tB.ll!s2amsCl:Le.is.a member of !l46H6H0fSL Chorus and enjoys being in musicals, hunting, fishing, and swimming. He is on the honor roll. Paul Medcalf, a senior, was a member of Mu Alpha Theta and was president of Phi Beta Sigma. He was an International Science Fair Finalist. Growing orchids, collecting bottles, and scuba diving are his hobbies. Sandy Anthony, a senior, was a member of Art Club and Pep Club. She is an honor roll student and likes to sew, to read, and to paint. janet Pitts, a senior, was president of Art Club and is on the honor roll. Painting, horse- back riding, raising animals, and cooking are her hobbies. David Adkins, a senior, was a member of the Lettermen's Club and FCA. He was on the foot- ball and track team and played church league basketball. 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The team :Even themselves with such 3h but- I f ,Qt Im, sthe 1970 State Charfipibni Z,,' isii A or Landeros each scared iiss iiii limin fifm-g,fa,ys:i ,fs iw, is kkv" f 4, me -, , .,f. , W, '.fi i .Jff- f --,, 2 , x f1::,.' sg fss- wa: ff.' isgfzyiigjgqgk .U,i 1 ui: ,:-, ,,fA .:fffffk1f my ,3-.13 wi :V1 'f'f ffk. 3 Traikfeachisscored touchs, ss,, sfs' srfafv-s--W :,'ff 1 . f i fv, 3-V , . . ' . f -, f - fkf. am' "f: sxffifxs fi... :',f- -.se 'fsi Q fkkik mi fiii f.-ff i1.L,f Chaim-+ siis iiii 1 issii h iz. 7:,k K A I il, i iz. Vi., ,z:,,. ,,L ,,,... ,,-.- ik,- iiy 'ssi s"i i.iii' s s K i . si i,is siis . siii 1 -sii ss1,i . Ii- s s s fArdfbri 53LDuranf 29- -1 iii ii: ff 'ff 'iss i.',i l iii H fi5h'f'0mf7Vdm0'e' The Qnffffisff isss1 1444 me 'HSI YW? fiihmg sf Play wheff f5e?"?dfha5f W ai-sgisais line swn6e. sltf4w5s siiii im this play ggsaggp Toddi wwiussaierfhesseasong ssii ' 1 ' Q ,i is 'siis ii i iisi L54LQ1Q1 isssii ? 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FIFTH ROW: 31-George Hann, 58-lohn Springman, 78-Ronald Williamson, 20-Larry Benjamin, 17- Charles Morris, 64-David Almon, 44-jackie Woody, 11-Thomas Sophus, 17 Gerald Ander- son. SIXTH ROW: Ron Coble, Trainers: Gary Harris, Mark Kenaga, Harold Cypert, and Mike Allen, Coaches: Hershal Gilliam, Frank Luster, T. 1. Loafman, Tom Walton. NOT PICTURED: 50-Wayne Grider, 17-Mike Trail, Chan Brew- ster, Manager, and coaches Ronnie Tipps and Chuck Williams. 1 QXIIK ' -V K I x f'e4- 1 PQ .- . eq , 4 x"Gr-,f yfzgi 2 55 ,mg XX , . v 'f 's'+!f A ' W ! . , 6 . A, A ' V N y vs K i K ' it i V I ABOVE: Senior Salvadoq.Lande.r0S,. NUU1, 6 15, drives over an Ada Gougarfor value e .X..,T.:f5-M'-'f'Qe??j wmezfefi. yardage. BELOW: jun,ior"Bob-DEM? .mis , at , I 1' 1.1 BN? 'S XWQW '.4'7 Q if' .ir Q5 H1 1 .Nl 2 'M 'N lr Coaches a vntal pla Gilliam K , - A 'A g! 15 in V Q as-.wi 's- "-F? .N g ,. 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Senior starters Randy Taylor, 6'0" forward, and jimmy Buck, 6'1" forward, paced the team with the two highest game averages. Senior Chad jordan, totaled 140 points after 19 games. juniors Tony Christian and Vernon Smith continually gave good showings on the boards. OND ROW members are Coaches Frank H. Luster and 'T.j. Loafmanp Randy Taylor-31, Kevin Craig-55, Mark Knox-35, Vernon Smith- 30, Malcolm Williams-40, Steve Nance-44, jimmy Buck-00, and manager Harold Cypert. Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Ardmore Duncan Gainesville Lawton Eisenhower Gainesville Ada Atoka Durant ldabel Duncan Atoka McAlester Ada Lawton Eisenhower Durant ldabel McAlester .mt Wi - I: , we x'?'..f y IV, F .. W-.4 1-sill' Qwg I f Q 5 192' lQ'5f,fQ, I 'EU ' s Sf, 1 H .. A E .,k t,,k:V E 1 Nr, K f I f 'tb' ..... - f ig ! PM ...W, .K gf' qgikugyk 1 fe. If 45-. W J ti it fin: w 49 "jx 1 www JIMMY BUCK DISPLAYS Tiger effort in an attempt to get 'as close as possible to the basket. fa-fi.: YA 1 2 RFQ W 1 Q2 A yvfm H kdugipp S3 . ,'. , JA Qi, OUGAR DEFENDERS WATCHWCD? hristian go up, up, and away for if a 5 ,-.. Vi +' :S- Q' f ' Ei: HQ: Q5 '01 XXX 1 1 , A K-f'-v-wm.M,, , """-W'-www-.1X, mf ,, ...af mm -A 5 4 24 'L -CZ sv. ,M Y Q , 1 X . Q " X + Ma f, Y av E J D X . xi , A Q :Q 'Q Q2 Q 1 If , 4 sf - f5'iii?ff 'QXGEH5 31 4155? W, c x :Q X531 'F Q f QDHURE W 19 sg 5853552 ARBMUHQ ,RBNUHE A995372 m. 5 -QESTUNB ,X .Q , ,K ,I QS' jx! I ' ,f ff . Q A , 71, I 11 MQ' H I fi, bk P 'I 165 W fx.: A' ey 2,8 Wg , if sf 1--...W ' W gf" X2 W, we Z L 1i,uf:4.feZYi' 152. 931. ..'H"3"'f'f" H s5, M - fl , .. ff. -. f. 1. .vnf.r5v. :,-EM mg:-1 ' H, ... .. fs A -. ..,,.. .. W.. . .... ,, Q.. qs... Y ,V Sv BK .M '1 . is S gl if ? S it W fag, X 9 ff HW? 'V 1 xg K E 71' P' W my u . fi xi M 3 E xg ifsian, ri , M, A .H..,Q1.ss W iw M .v M. . 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Aqyutt can be tricky as proven by ai he Jioflbe thrdwjn 0 the faiiiwivyf J Jut Usually Get Par or Bogey 'oung "Pros" Possess Distinctive Talents Some members of the golf team oegan practice as early as August to try to ready themselves for the tough season that started in February. Coach Hershal Gilliam went out fvith the team daily at the close of :ootball season. The golfers worked daily at Dor- wick Hills Golf Course, playing 18 1oles a day. The golfers said the hing they dislike most about prac- ice is the training during winter nonths. The golfers hold qualifying match- as the day before a golf match to letermine the starters for the match- rs. Each year the team looks for- vard to playing top schools such as kda, Lawton, and Duncan. gn. l F-....,,,, Z s ml -1, , A WE: L - ,A ,I I l 1 W 'L A , h V E blz 45 5 ,,.. if .. ef 1 M ,F rs, QL,.: 1 ,, , if . L l Hg L. i R: Y 6' ' 2 4 Members of this year's trackltm are, FIR T ROW, LEFT sell Williams. SEC I V ROW- members are T.l. Loafman, TO RIGHT, Danny Collins, Garry Antwine, Harlin Lee, coach, Ronnie Hurte, Steve Maxwell."'ferry Lee, David nneth Hensley, Steven Daniels, Steve Franks, and Rus- Adkins, David Vaughn, and Ruth Hyght, Qiwfv M. L ,V as 4 ii, ,rr 8 M,-auwa. , mf-fvdvwhun. T dy 1 5 fn VMC: . ,L -w-m.,.wMw,....,,,,, -,k' Q-- Sjfflwg, Ns.. N, , mlm., L, X, H Q . Ly .,, ., M.. ww ,V "WK 1 I: .sf- Q7 ,Q Jfffa-:vw 'V' ,ya sf 1.4! if .f:'fV"?f Q' ...u .W f 1' 33 mm, ., f 2 " ki ,fy L , XM f, nga h,,,1-ww Eyes was-' . . ' , ' A , wK'.QQf,'i5g"5W'i ' wifi? F'-" . W, waf.gH- f.. , A - Q 'L , .,-ywg , " - -7 3Ma"K'+x,,l-m,,.,g,, -+.,,,. , N., Nga, ,V V ' A w,5:4 M ' Q if , ' "yn L A Xw .wcfH g , .' H Y-QA.-A521335 , 'Fw K -M . 1 D J' . I' '5 I 'AF kvw ,r 4 'Vi ' , 13" ,.. Q .1-' fi ,sk .r " v 1-S 51 'se-19' 'R .. f 'i'5',,i."- "4 Q' ' S. .ag i w4W.Vk '5' f fit'-W 22 -'si Ev 'Q ,N yy 4 sg 5 g Hi--,Q y ', Z -I :E ' 'Xu V ' gf' 'Fm xg , X ,X ,. . 'K mf 5 ,' ,jf 'K Y Q5 th1s matchy Turner, onlca Berryman SECOND memb this ball, thgnks Sara hir tecords on the Tennis Courts Ioach Begins Career n Ardmore's Courts Mrs. Ellen Cleaver, girls' gym eacher, was the tentative sponsor intil Coach Eddie C-riffin, newcomer o AHS this year, could take over the eam second semester. Coaching trdmore's tennis team marked Ioach C.riffin's first year as a high chool coach. The AHS tennis players began vorkouts in September from 2:00 lntil 3:00 Monday through Friday at he Ardmore Tennis Courts. The 'he netmen work-out by challeng- ag each other in friendly compe- ition. Each day before a match, the team nolds a ranking match to determine he starters. One of the tennis teams' high- ghts is the annual meet between trdmore and Duncan. c. gy ,cf W 1, aa, .,,t: ' ,,,, ,, Q, r , , L 5, 5' Coach Is Tired of Seconds, Says Tom Walton, in his second year of coaching baseball at Ardmore, says that he is tired of second places and is out to win the state championship this year. Last year Ardmore placed second in the State Tournament with a young team consisting mainly of juniors. With seven of the starters back, Ardmore expects to take all honors. Ardmore has a long schedule this year of over 30 games. The hardest teams for Ardmore to conquer are at Shawnee and the Duncan Tourna- ment where they will meet only Class 4A teams. "We're Gut to Win It All!" FIRST ROW: Kevin Thomason, LD. White, Stan are Chan Brewster, Gerald White, Steve Dunn Key, Harold Cypert, Mike Bradley, Ron Down- Vernon Smith, Salvador Landeros, Ricky Orr ing, and Randy Taylor. Second row members and Randy Cumbie. i ep E:, ---- ll ll Return of the Magnific:ent7 1 E A team can lose. Any team can lose. But in a real sense, a very real sense, a coach never loses. For the job of a coach is over and finished once the starting whistle blows. v He knows he's won or lost before the play stansc Y For a coach has two tasks. The minor one is to teach skills: to teach a boy how to run faster hit harder block better kick farther ' jump higher. The second task is to make men out of boys. It's to teach an attitude of mind. It's to implant character and not simplyto impart skills. It's to teach boys to play fair. This goes without saying. It's to teach them to be humble in victory and proud in defeat. This goes without saying. But more importantly it's to teach them to live up to their potential, no matter what this potential is. It's to teach them to do their best and never be satisfied with what they are bEfI'Iif'l'G'33Qbf'Le if e e e ae e A A as good as they can be if they tried harder. A coach can never make a great player out of a boy who isn't potentially great. But he can make a great competitor out of any child. And miraculously he can make a man out of a boy. For a coach the final score doesn't read so many points for theirs. Instead it reads: so many men out of so many boys. And this is a score that is never published. And this is the score that he reads to himself and in which he finds his real joy when the last game is over. -Reprinted from the Christian Athlete january 1970 Volume 14, No.1 a W ,V 7" A H ' , 1 ,' if 5 Q if xi ks -' 'f 3, Y 1- , ' I, Q5 ' W x A L f A 'gi' N- A ' ' My , 1 , ' if .gb 1 jx Aly if f 1 Q af' F '6 x ma F 4 s up rf 2 1 gh, v' 'wk - , A YW.: .1 A W 1 V 'QL 'A.i:':". . 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Q M When that final class IS reached we ' , :May if - 3 Vi Y look toward the future, for To- -ary, 5 .I xl Q ,J lf morrow We Lead. P N- ru, Q, ' ,A 4 we I W ' Q "M llsdffv 1 th 1 R? f ml ? ', , , .., t l, V.. i I ,i , 6m?:'M'f.,, M W j .K V :A I I . A.. .1 -. W X a '-1 y gg, g - 'F 5' W 'z V p nail -.. 1 . l Ali a VK -4 R ' ' 11. ,- tw- -mf fA---'- .hm ...W .mn msn, , V 1- . . . ,.-,V . ..M,,mw Are the Stars of Tomorrow is. X I., 875' wh -,Gif 154 David Adkins Roberta Agers Mike Allen Merlaine Anderson Neta Anderson Sandy Anthony Glen Armstrong Andrean Arnold Mike Askew Leesa Baker Debbie Barfield lack Barnett Deanna Bartgis Bill Battles Marilyn Bailey Celia Baxter Gary Beard Bobby Bell Carleen Besaw Teresa Biddick 139 Zip Blackburn Sandy Blagg Carol Bleeker Bill Boone Mike Bradley Tom Bray Chan Brewster Bebe Bridges David Brown Ed Brown Linda Brown jimmy Buck Steve Burks Sandra Butler Billy Carpenter Chester Carter Rick Carter Susan Castle Susan Chaffin Vickye Chance Neither Rain, Sleet, Gloon I if ight Stops Seniors 'CT 7 lf' I :ui .sn x .N f vfa jerrold Chronister Debbie Clour Mike Clover Tom Coble Gayla Cole Vikki Cole Danny Collins Randy Collins Mary Copeland Henri Cosey Brenda Cothran Kevin Craig Marvin Cramer Rick Cramer Pat Cranford Linda Cruson Ricky Cullins Harold Cypert Ernie Daniel Glenda Davis 141 Brenda Dawkins Eugene Descans Troy Dimmitt Terry Doran Curtis Dougherty Ron Downing Terry Drake Dona Duke lane Dupy Mike Edelen Robert Edison Madonna Edwards Glenn Elmore Rick Elmore Phillip Elwell Ron Emde Donna Epperson Pam Epperson Terry Evans Ann Fairbanks 142 Hard Work, Some Play 'KZ 03 4 X 1 : X C, X aff, ,yew i ,A .nn-.,. v'1l1'u., www- 'UP '4f"'7' low Pa ff for Seniors .-,. an '4- -'Ui fs Y 5, Kg, 'ffm G Hu' Q., ,v wyx George Ferguson Charles Fitzgerald Steve Foster Paula Frazier Mike Fry Dale Garrison Ricky Gaylor Tommy Guerin David Gilley Lynn Gilliam RondaGilliarn Steve Goddard Charles Goldsmith MargaretGordon john Gow Bob Grider Wayne Grider Polly Gunn Brad Hallett Carla Hampton 143 Elaine Hardey Betty Hardin Leona Hardy Susan Harlin Marcia Harman Gary Harris George Harris Gwen Harvey Bruce Helwig Mike Hendrix Hope Hernandez Denise Herriott Steve Hicks Dianne Hill Darla Hoke Roger Hoke Vicki Holokahi Dennis Hooper Mary Howell janet Hubbard Seniors Set Record Witl l 1 l Donna Hundley Mark Hurt Elizabeth Huston Kenneth jackson joel johnson Mark johnson Fred jones Nancy jones Peggy jones Blakejordan Chad jordan Stan Key Rusty King Tom Kittrell Arvle Knight Paula Kriley Donald Lampkin Salvador Landeros Teresa Landreth Vickie Langston 145 Mike Lard Cindy Lathrop Mark Lauderdale Alicia Lavers Carroll Lawson Lajuana Lee Sue Lenich Cindy Lewis Teresa Liles Betty Livingston Gail Lowden Marilyn Luster Terry Marris janet Martin Steve Maxwell Margaret Maytubby Hamp McCool Leigh Ann McElreath Sandy McGuire Mark McLaird 146 We Are Great, We Ari if A lrue, We Are Seniors '72 'ZZ' r A, W ,gdb-Q 'T' " Z I3 Ylmf' Steve Means Paul Medcalf David Meek Sally Merlyn Sherri Miller Teresa Miller Rodney Mills Cheryl Mitchell lana Mock lane Monroe Billy Moore Phillip Moore Debbie Muhler Steve Nance Dawn Newton Vicky Newton Mary Neyer Carol Omtvedt Cheryl Ormsby Ricky Orr Tracie Overturf jeff Owens lim Ozment Roxanne Payne Alice Pendgraf Rhonda Peters janet Pitts Debbie Ponder Donna Ponder Bill Pretty Kathy Pruett Donna Reeves Bob Remondino jerry Reynolds Vicki Rhodes Tony DiRienzo Larry Riley Brenda Roberson Diane Roberts Sue Rockwood 148 Nay Does the Tassle C-o?' 10 +M- S- X, if L s,w.- g Cf? 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GX 415 rs I Mu' ff X Kathy Rounsaville Carl Rudd Leslie Rushing Bobby Russell Daniel Russell Nancy Saylors Steve Schrader Virginia Schrahl David Sharp Tom Shilling Debbie Shoemake Richard Slaughter Debbie Smith Linda Smith Ken Sneed Tom Spring Mary Stallcup Mark Stephens Cathi Stephenson larriett Stephenson 149 Seniors Mature Through Deeds Charles Stevens Darrell Tackett Randy Taylor Debra Thomas Cindy Thurman Phillip Todd N' Mike Trail X, Kathy Turner 7' Shelley Tyler Kay Vaughn Del Vinson Larry Walck Sallie Walker Teri Walker Debbie Wallace john Wallen David Wallis Anette Ware Karen Webb Randy Weichbrodt 150 Seniors Acquire Wisdom for Future David Wilkinson Mary Williams Jeanne Willingham Moneatte Wilson Donna Winfield Kathy Wood Linda Wood Sheila Wood Maridel Woodley Patricia Woody Annilisa Wooten john Worley Fame is what you have taken, Lives of great men all remind us Character's what you give, We can make our lives sublime, When to this truth you waken, And departing, leave behind us Then you begin to live Footprints on the sands of time 152 hrough High School Years D, 'lv- Girl ofghe Overyurf, ie THE DYNAMIC DUO never seem to make to chorus on time. , eiiie W m xi SEEN Roxanne Payne as t assemblies are janet km? i ,,, gil!! a deadline for the CRI- Ferguson, Ronda Gilliam, Newton, Brad Hallett and DARREU it hard in the the Roof.i"i to be thanking from i"Fiddler on x s teyie Hi 'ce-president . 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New 1,52 .isa Sandy Acox Andi Acree Cecil Adams Denetta Agan Mark Akers Dolores Alexander Susan Anderson Tim Anderson lanice Arnold Mary Austin Patrick Ball Kalaugha Bean Clifford Beard Sue Beaver Ellen Belvin Mildred Benson Diana Bergman Larry Berryhill Robert Bettes Cathy Biddick Kathy Bigbie leanne Blalock Ida Nell Blount Martha Blount Mary Blount Patsy Blow Brenda Bowden Shirley Brawley Becky Bray Bobby Bridgeman Ricky Bright Deanna Brinsfield Kim Brown Melissa Brown Randall Brown Carolyn Broyles 157 Lutricia Buckmaster Anita Burchett Robby Bush Larry Bussey Louann Butler Darlene Bynum Becky Callahan loe Campbell Nancy Campbell Phillip Capshaw Ricky Cason Ramona Chamberlain Brian Childress Mike Clark Lenita Cline Darlene Coffman janet Colbert Cheryl Colclasure Kenny Collins Steve Cook Doug Cope lohn Cowan Alice Cox David Cox Melvin Craighead David Crandall Gregg Cremer Keith Crites Ronnie Crosby lolyn Croskell lim Cross Calvin Cryer Kim Cullins Mark Cunningham Bob Davis Bob Davis 158 Helps Boost Tiger Spirit .4 f' F .F SX , X i LQ V1 vt' r asses .1 fsirswisel-',.s-' , , . 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X XE, or , ,i ii f fitfky mm N 1 . ,.- X.. 1 at 'lzih IL", 'ws A Ks Larry Davis Mark Davis Diana Davidson Debbie Day Greg Deberry Thomas DeBose Bill DeLay Cheryl Dimmitt Debra Dobbins Donna Dobbins Phillip Douglass Robyn Drew Denita Duke Steve Dunn lean Dupy Donna Elliott Leslie Edison Steve Ellis David Elmore lana Elmore Stuart Estes Terri Fairbanks jill Featherston Paul Fitch Teddie Fite Gary Follisl Ivy Forbes Bill Ford Debbie Forson leanne Freeman Stan French Steve Fry Drew Gardner lan Gardner George Gill Mary Gillham 159 Craig Gillaspy Randy Goddard Susan Godwin Sequita Gordon Kerry Greene james Griffin Marcia Guthary Weletta Hambrick Wesley Hambrick Betty Haney Mike Harris Stephen Harris Lisa Harvey Revonda Hawley Diana Haynes Mike Hensley Warren Herriott Nolan Hester lim Hetherington Kristy Higbee Mark Hill Steve Hill Pal Hitt Barry Housley Mona Howell Kathy Hutchins Mike jackson Bonnie lacobsen Pat lantz Dennislenkins Marylanejennings Karenlester Robin Jewell Mike lobe Mitch lobe Elainelohnson 160 juniors Take Une More , fy ? ff. B522 5 S ax Qian 3 if 'E 1 t 1 a s l 96 -'li xl, : s Wi.: , , r 1 QI" Q-RQ.: . v ml if ,xm- ' , , ,,.,,,,fe! t it My an-W. ,. 1 lfftlz S 'X -fr rw 1 ' an if x Step p AHS Totempole 4- A. .V ,.- V, ,:,,. M - . A . G , F , 'MW' C, .V Q., 4- i 'vw f Y x :fx K T' Keith johnson janie jones Rick jones Renee judd Kim Kampschmidt Donna Keener Tim Kelley Mark Kenaga Mike Kenley Steve Kiser Mark Knox Tommy Landeros Debbie Landreth Louise Lang julie Lard Todd Laverents Matt Leaman Clifton Lee Terry Lee Cathi Lewis Barbara Lindsey Scott Little Latresa Lobdell Richard Locke jim Long Tom Love Robin Magby Terry Marsh Kelly Martin Ruth Maxwell Pam McAnally Mike McFall Mickey McGee Gary McKee Sandie McKenzie Robert McLaird l6l jimalyn Meeks Mary Menihan Randy Miller Susan Miller Tommy Milner Daniel Mitchell Dale Moffett aFronia Montgomery Mike Mordy Charles Morris judy Morris Pam Morris Barbara Muhler Ty Nagode Kregg Nance Kathy Nelson jay Newman Fay Nicodemus David Norton joe Owen Keith Parker Harley Parkerson Norma Patton james Paxson Mary Payne Bonnie Peck Carol Pelton Kenny Pence Mary Penney jonathan Perkins Steve Peterson Sheila Petties jack Pittman johnny Pittman Paul Pitts Cary Pollock 162 Eagerness, Abilit , and Determ tw, ' are 'W' i -N, t f 1 ff , , ,..., QM! at R .X V71 all 'tw s sv- s uw, .... l 4 til. NH ri, x y yyj yy K tl .2- ination Shown b junior Class fi iff MW YN-N E if vi ,E , . Pat Ponder Tracy Powell Billy Price Billy Priddy Shawn Prosser Kenny Pruitt Linda Rainer Candace Reinke Charles Richards Morris Rieck Sally Ritter Beh Roberts Lynann Rogers Steve Roring Eddie Roush Nancy Royal Larry Russell Darell Ruth Rita Rutledge jake Ryburn Glenda Sadler Linda Sanchez Carrie Sanders Paula Sanner Randy Schwab Tim Scovill Ben Scott Steve Scott Barbara Scribner David Shorter Greg Simpson Pat Sharp Eddie Skidmore Mike Slaughter Terri Slinkard Cerita Smith l63 Dianna Smith Renee Smith Scott Smith Vernon Smith Janis Solomon jackie Sparks Judy Stacy David Stephens Wenda Stevenson Alma Stolfa Iacque Stone Mike Suggs Carolyn Sunday Larry Tanner Patsy Teague Kevin Thomason Mark Thomason Mary Thompson Toni Tompson Laquita Trivitt jackie Tuck Mavis Tunnell Kent Turner Deborah Vaile jerry Vanbebber lim Vanway David Vaughn Richard Vaughn Allen Vernon David Vernon Steve Vickers Chet Vinson Tony Waldrop Gwynn Wallace Victor Walters Steve Wells 164 i , juniors Crganize Skills am -4- L. lk 4 .W , M., fs. '3 'T' ,5 55 DE l Q drum are Cathy Thompson. Gerald White LD. White Celia Wiley Charlie Williams Malcolm Williams Connie Williamson Mary Williamson Danny Willis Eddie Willis Paula Willis Don Wilson Harold Wilson Scharmagne Winter Theresa Wood Gary Yarborough Murray Young Randall Young Richard Youngblood . J, nge- ff K is? 165 Bl Q SNEY M? d Wins luniors Boast All'ArOun A 9 5 Nix 'i,,- AA1. , ,, i .ni-. e N ii iiiil after the musicals Davis, and lohnny 951, J, 4, .:?:e:.:ff'S,g:,' . L, .1 SVKZK , QU it , , L. -ir, Q ,M , it 5 L wgef A 5 E s -X 1 k , , . R .J Y .9 wt i FXAMIM HORSTKOETTER clikiiks ou Iene Todo oriflwis safety rules for motorcycles. v1r. Todd driver's ed instructor, was instru nental in lifting the Motorcycle Safety his year. 8 wi-T03 """'HrN'1r-f-r 'V'R'Vyn yg CCC nap- YYY IUNIORS HURRY OUT of the bull ing,sduring one of many fire drills Q 'il 4 J 9. Q 3 6 W? time X.. IOHNN Y both juniors, History. ff K f 3' X 41. '11 Y 4 W, I . , , . Q W, j , 5 f X 1 1 -x Q . if I In V lg 4 -f , ,, ,I L, IIL , 5 E A NL if ' ff - 2 5 . -' 'Y 5, . I , . Ng roove of High School Life r ii, la. 1 'Q 4 . Q 3 , ., 4 'J is YE Victor Alexander jamie Allen David Almon Dorothy Anderson Gerald Anderson Kathy Anderson Lawanda Anderson Marian Anderson Phil Atkinson Vicky Austin Brenda Baker lace Barnett Glenna Bartgis Roger Bass Billy Bean Cathy Beaver Dwayna Beckett Richard Benight Larry Benjamin Wilma Benson Darryl Bergman Gail Berry Veronica Berryman , Victor Berryman joel Bettes Ricky Bickford Ronald Blackmon Robert Boone Raymond Bowman Rick Bramlett lo Brewer Vicki Brewster Gary Britton Ricky Britton Bobby Lee Brown Elizabeth Brown 171 Sally Brown Terry Bumpass Kenneth Burge Randy Burk Cylest Burks David Butler Ronny Butler Sabrina Bynum Phil Carruthers William Carruthers Noel Cash Robert Chandler William Chandler Ronald Childers Karen Choate Barbara Clark Billie Clark loseph Clark Kay Cleaver Ronnie Coble Douglass Colbert Cindy Collins Sharen Compton Charles Copeland David Cramer Stacie Cramer Cynda Cully Ricky Culp Victor Culpepper Randy Cumbie Danny Cummings Lovell Curry lill Cutberth Steve Daniels Diane Davidson Ronny Davidson 172 . 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Pep Assemblies and Homecoming Lori Davis Colleen Devlin Terry Dodge james Doughty Gary Douglas Raymond Duffy Cheryl Earnheart Mary Easley Martha Eden Marlon Ellender Mark Ellis Randall Elmore Kay England Randy Evers Marilyn Flanagan Mark Flanagan Mike Flanagan Bobby Foster Ricky Franks Steve Franks Curtis Frazier Lori Freeman Keith Gardner Mike Gazaway Velma Gentry Debbie Gibson jeff Gill Carol Gilley Greg Goddard Peggy Godfrey Ginny Golloway Donna Graybill Keith Gray Gary Halstead Debe Hamilton Debbie Hamilton 173 Sophomores Tr to Achieve Goals Delbert Hamilton jill Hamilton George Hann Ivory Harris Leslie Harris Sherri Hawley Vicki Hayes Debra Henderson Kenneth Hensley Kerry Hickman Lana Hicks jimi Higginbotham Tony Higginbotham Karen Hignight Robbi Hobbs Greg Holley Shirley Hosler Thomas Hunt Valorie Hunt Ronnie Hurt Roth Hyght Kathy Ingram Sharon jester Tony jiminez Eva johnson Kenny johnson jackie johnson janet jones Randy jones Steve jordan jan Keeton james Keltner Sheri Kemp Phillip King Deborah Lynn Knight Phillip Knox 'I74 Qs. y "Climbing Every Mountain" +G, ix. K 9 "ft Es!! ,Q 41' 737' -N ,.-.4 ,msg ,A Teresa Koller Rick Kramer Tony Lawson Brian Lawyer Bill Layhe Louie Layton Greg Lester Billy Lewis Georgia Leverich Valerie Lightfoot Mary Love Bobby Loving Melody Lowe Anita Loyd Belinda Mahan Pat Manner Fran Marcott Ray Marshall Don Martin Mary Martin Susan Martin Leslie Mathes Kathy Mauldin Karen McCabe jimmy McCool Mary lane McDaniel Gordon McDonald Debbie McGuire Gary McGuire Tracy McMurry Gloria Meredith lane Merlyn Frank Willard Merrick Michelle Meyer Paula Michael Barbara Miller 175 Cindy Miller Debbie Miller john Miller Barbara Minyard Dennis Mitchell Larry Moinette Denver Montgomery Bernice Moore Vicki Moore Linda Morgan Madeline Newsom Carol Neyer Nick Noble lane Norwood Steve Ormsby john Otey Carl Owens Mike Oxford Norma Palmer Vicki Parker Pamela Parkerson Becky Parr Shelley Patterson Patricia Pelton lim Pence Maggie Pendgraf Tommy Petty Bobby Phillips Mickey Phillips Tim Piatt Mark Pittman Fred Pollard ludy Pruett Linda Pruitt David Pulte Paula Quillin 176 L Sophomores During First Year Holly Ramsey Mike Reding Hal Revelle loye Reynolds Theresa Rice Kay Lynn Richards Betty Riggs Teresa Riley Cathy Rison Clarence Roberts Teresa Roberts Barry Ross Billy Rozzell lessie Ruff Paula Russell Rodney Rutledge Bobby Sanderson Karen Saylors Kim Scrivner Debbie Segler Cynthia Sharp john Sharp Wanda Shelton Sheree Shirey Kathy Shockley Kim Simon jeannine Skinner laney Sloan Geraldine Smith Steve Smith Tim Smith Tina Smith Sara Snodgrass Thomas Sophus Debbie Sorrell Russell South 'I77 jackie Sparks Susan Sparks William Springer john Springman Steve Stephens loe Stephenson Clarence Stevenson Kim Stewart Virginia Stewart Dale Stockton Bernadette Stolfa Scott Stone Barbara Stubbs Dan Stubbs Debbie Sudderth Nina Tarleton lody Taylor Judy Thomas Mike Tipps Kristy Tomlinson Keith Troop Thomas Tunnell Gay Lynn Turner Kandy Turner Kim Turner lan Tyer Ann Van Eaton Anita Vaughn Sharon Vaughn jenny Vernon Debbie Wald rop Norma Walker Donald Ward Bobby Ware Mike Watkins Drucilla Webb 178 eads Sophomores to Seniorship '94- Marilyn Welch Iames White Franklin Whitehurst Ronald Williams Russell Williams Gilda Williamson jackie Williamson joey Willingham Danny Wilson Dennis Wilson Precilla Wilson Sherry Wilson Terri Wilson Cary Wininger Hershel Wood Jackie Woody Rosa Wrenn Sabrina Young K U,-fs ga 'pw W .V Mi. ,A s QQSQQKQ -sifrigig-mflszafn-we L MIKE REDINCLSOPHQMORE, exercises his right t0 Vote under tihe supervision of Pat Ponder, junior. 1.2! 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Index A Acox, Sandy-157 Acree, Andi-12, 66, 76, 82, 157 Adams, Cecil-72, 130, 131, 157 Adcock, Calvin-28 Adkins, David-105, 110, 128, 137,139 Agan, Denetta-157 Agers, Roberta-37, 139 Akers, Louise-30 Akers, Mark-157 Alexander, Delores-65, 67, 157 Alexander, Victor-171 Allen, Earl-24 Allen, Jamie-171 Allen, Mike-7, 64,11O, 139 Almon, David-110, 171 Anderson, Dorothy-171 Anderson, Gerald-64, 110,171 Anderson, Kathy-171 Anderson, Lawanda-48, 53,171 Anderson, Marian-66, 75, 77, 171 Anderson, Merlaine-63, 66, 70, 90, 91, 139 Anderson, Neta-37, 67, 139 Anderson, Susan-42, 157 Anderson, Tim-157 Anthony, Sandy-60, 105, 139, 185 Arnold, Andrean-139 Arnold, Janis-157 Armstrong, Glen-139 Aksew, Mike-48, 51,139 Atkinson, Phil-68, 82, 171 Austin, Mary-42,157 Austin, Vicky-43,171 Austin, Wayne-34 B Bendland, Margie-28 Benight- Richard-171 Benjamin, Larry-110, 171 Benson, Mildred-157 Benson, Wilma-171 Bergman, Darryl-68,110, 121,171 Bergman, Diana-67, 70, 76,157,168 Berry, Gail-171 Berryhill, Larry-157 Berryman, Veronica-42, 67, 75, 130, 171 Berryman, Victor-171 Besaw, Carleen-65, 139 Bettes, joel-171 Bettes, Robert-157 Bickford, Ricky-171 Biddick, Cathy-157, 167 Biddick, Teresa-139 Bigbee, Kathy-61,157 Blackburn, Zip -42, 68, 82,140 Blackmon, Ronald-171 Blagg, Sandy-140 Blalock, Jeanne-157 Blount, Harris-34 Blount, Ida Nell-157 Blount, Martha-157 Blount, Mary-157 Blow, Patsy-49,53,157 Boehler, Sharon-34 Boone, Robert-171 Boone, William-140 Booth, Charles-140 Bowden, Brenda-69, 76,157 Bowman, Raymond-171 Bradley, Mike-72, 110,133,140 Bramlett, Rick-171 Brawley, Shirley-157 Bray, Becky-157 Bray, Tommy-140 Brewer, Jo-75, 171 Brewster, Chan-72, 110,133,140 Brewster, Vicki-171 Bridges, Bebe-13,89, 140 Bridgman, Bobby-157 Bright, Ricky-43,157 Buck, I Bailey, Charles-28 Baker, Brenda-171 Baker, Electa-30 Baker, Jay-126 Baker, Leesa-139 Ball, Patrick-68, 75, 157 Barfield, Debbie-51,139 Barnett, Alpha-28 Barnett, Jace-171 Barnett, jack-75, 110, 126, 139 Bartgis, Deanna-139 Bartgis, Glenna-171 Bass, Roger-171 Bateman, Jerry-30,39 Battles, Bill Dennis-139 Baxley, Marilyn-53, 65, 70, 139 Baxter, Celia-43,69,79,91,139 Bean, Billy-171 Beane, Kalaugha-49, 157, 169 Beard, Clifford-157 Beard, Gary-139 Beaver, Cathy-171 Beaver, Sue-49,53, 157 Beckett, Dwayna-75,130,171 Bell, Bobby-64,110,139 Belvin, Ellen-65, 90, 157 Bendland, Dana-28 186 Brinsfie ld, Deanna-103,157 Britton, Gary-171 Britton, Rickey-171 Brown, Bobby-171 Brown, David-63, 68, 72,11O, 126,1 Brown, Ed-140 Brown, Elizabeth-171 Brown, Kim-157 Brown, Linda-65, 140 Brown, Margie-28 Brown, Melissa-42,51,91,1S7 Brown, Randalle157 Brown, Sally-66, 75, 130, 172 40 Broyles, Carolyn-157 immy-64, 72, 73,11O,116,140 Buckmaster, Lutrici a -158 Bumpass, Terry-172 Burchett, Anita -5 3, 158 Burge , Kenneth -172 Burk, Randy -172 Burks, Steven-72, 73,11O, 140 Burks, Cylest-172 Burnham, De atra -34 Bush, Robby-158 Bussey, Larry-64, 110, 158 Butler, David- 172 Butler, Johnny-140 Butler, Louann-66, 82,158 Butler, Ronny- 1 72 Butler, Sandra -140 Bynum, Darlane- 149, 158 Bynum, Sabrina -49, 172 C Callahan, Becky-49, 53, 69, 70, 71, 76, 91, 105 Campbell, joe-68,72,11O,121,158 Campbell, Nancy-158 Capshaw, Phillip-68, 72,121,158 Carpenter, Billy-140 Carruthers, Phil-172 Carruthers, William-172 Carter, Chester-140 Carter, Rick-140 Cash, Noel-110,172 Cason, Ricky-158 Castle, Susan-140 Chaffin, Susan-53,140 Chamberlain, Ramona-158 Chance, Vickye-140 Chandler, Robert-48, 49, 172 Chandler, William-172 Childers, Ronald-43,172 Childress, Brian-158 Choate, Karen-172 Chronister, Jerrold-141 Clabough, George-34 Clark, Barbara-172 Clark, Billie-172 Clark, joseph-172 Clark, Mike-60,158 Clark, Sarah-89 Cleaver, Ellen-30 Cleaver, Kay-71-172 Cline, jim-34 Cline, Lanita-65,158 Clour, Debbie-66,82,91,141 1 Clover, Mike-72,75,87,91,141 l Coble, Ron-110,172 Q Coble, Tom-141 1 Coffman, Darlene-49,531,158 Colbert, Douglas-172 , Colbert, janet-53,56,158 Colclasure, Cheryl-12,61,158,169 l Cole, Gayla-56,57,69,71,79,91,141 Cole, Vikki-29,141 ' Collins, Cindy-172 1 Collins, Danny-48,49, 128, 141 Collins, Kenny-64, 110, 158 Collins, Randy-110,141 Compton, Sharon-42,172 Cook, Steve-158 Cope, Doug-158 Copeland, Charles-172 Copeland, Mary-141 Cosey, Henri-42,48,51,82,83,91, 14 154 Cothran, Brenda-141 Cowan, john-43,48, 158,167 Cowan, Sue-30 Cox, Alice-158 Cox, David-158 Craig, Kevin-64, 72,11O,115,118,14 Craighead, Melvin-158 Cramer, David-172 Cramer, Marvin-141 Cramer, Rick-72,141 Cramer, Stacie-66, 67,130,172 Crandall, David-43, 158 Cranford, Pat-61, 141 Cremer, Gregg-68, 75,131,158 Crites, Keith-68, 110, 121, 158 Crosby, Ronnie-64, 68, 82, 83,110,158 Croskell, jolyn-60, 158 Cross, jim-12,158 Cruson, Linda-51, 141 Cruson, Wanda-34 Cryer, Calvin-158 Cullins, Kim-67,158 Cullins, Ricky-141 Culley, Cynda-172 Culp, Ricky-172 Culpepper, Victor-48, 49, 172 Cumbie, Randy-133,172 Cummings, Danny-48, 49, 53, 172 Cunningham, Mark-158 Curry, Lovell-172 Cutberth, Jill-29, 66,82, 98,107, 172, 181 cypm, Hamid-64, 72,110,115, 133,141 D aniel, Ernie-141 aniel, Ieraldine-30 aniels, Steve-110, 128,172 avidson, Diana-42, 66, 75, 159 Davidson, Diane-60, 75, 110,172 Davidson, Ronny-64, 68, 110, 172 Davis, Bob-158 Davis, Bob-64, 91,11O, 111 , 158 Davis, Glenda-29, 76,141 Davis, Larry-48, 53,173 Davis, Lori-48,53, 173 Davis, Mark-159 Dawkins, Brenda-37, 142 Day, Debbie-159 Deberry, Gregg-159 DeBose, Thomas-43, 48, 51, 56, 75, 159 DeLay, Bill-68, 84, 90,105, 131, 159 Deskins, Eugene-53, 75 Devlin, Colleen-42, 48, 51, 56, 75, 159 Dimmit, Cheryl-67, 159 Dimmit, Troy-142 DiRienzo, Tony-72,88, 110 Dobbins, Debra-65, 66, 76,102,159 Dobbins, Dodge, Pat-30 Dodge, Terry-173 Dodson, Vicki-34 Doren, Terry-14,68, 75,88,142 Dougherty, Curtis-142 Doughty, James-173 Douglas, Gary-173 Douglass, Marzee-30 Douglass, Phillip-68, 159 Downing, Ron-72, 78, 110,113,133, 142 Donna-76, 82,159 Drake, Terry-43,142 Drew, Robyn-66, '70, 91,159 Duffy, Raymond-173 Duke, Denita-49, 53, 66, 76,103,159, 166 Duke, Dona-66,76,142 Duncan, Jacque-89 Dunn, Betty-30 Dunn, Dupv, Steve-110, 133, 159 Cleo-34 Dupy, Jane-42,91,142 Dupy, lean-43,91,159 E Earnhart, Cheryl-173 Easley, Mary-173 Edelen, Mike-42,142 Eden, Martha-173 Edison, Leslie -61, 73,159 Edison, Robert-121,142 Edward, Madonna-142 Ellender, Marlon-173 Elliot, Donna-159 Ellis, Mark-173 Ellis, Steve-68, 72,110, 159 Elmore, David-159 Elmore, Glenn-142 Elmore, Jana-12, 66, 82,159 Elmore, Randall-173 Elmore, Ricky-142 Elwell, Phillip -42, 69, 142 Emde, Ron-142 England, Kay-48, 53, 173 Epperson, Donna-53,142 Epperson, Pam-142 Estes, Stuart-159 Evans, Terry-61, 66, 73, 90, 142 Evers, Randy-43,173 F Fairbanks, Ann-42, 142, 159 Fairbanks, Terrie-42, 159 Featherston, jill-60, 76, 159 Felton, Dewey-34 Ferguson, George-42, 54, 79, 80, 82, 143, 155 Finney, Renae -89 Fitch, Paul-43,75, 159 Fite, Teddie-49,76, 159 Fitzgerald, Charles-143 Flannagan, Marilyn-15, 173 Flannagan, Mark-49, 64, 173 Flannagan, Mike-173 Follis, Gary-68, 121,159 Forbes, Ivy-12,49,53,159 Ford, Bill-159 Debbie-49, 53,159 Forson, Foster, Bobby-73, 173 Foster, Steve-143 Franks, Ricky-173 Franks, Steve-128,173 Fraizier, Curtis-121, 173 Frazier, Paula-143 Freeman, Jeanne-60, 75,159 Freeman, Lori-12,66, 75,82, 130,173 French, Stan-159 Fry, Mike-143 Fry, Steve-159 G Gardner, Drew -43, 49, 75, 195 Gardner, jan-60,70, 159 Gardner, Keith-48, 51, 75,82, 90,173 Garrison, Dale-91,143 Gaylor, Ricky-48,53, 143 Gazoway, Mike-173 Gentry, Velma-48,53,173 Geurin, Tommy-143 Gibson, Debbie-42,53,173 Gill, George-159 Gill, jeff-110,115,173 Gillespy, Craig-160 Gillespy, Larry-159 Gilley, Carol-173 G1 e illham, Mary 70, 1 'll 143 Gilliam, I-lershall-109, 110 Gilliam, Lynn-53, 73, 76, 79,143 Gilliam, Ronda-54, 55, 80, 91, 14 155 Givens, Lucille-28 Gloodt, Edward-34 Goddard, Greg-60,173 Goddard, Randy-60 Goddard, Steve-43 Godfrey, Peggy-173 Godwin, Susan-160 Goldsmith, Charles-143 Golloway, Ginny-75, 130, 173 Gordon, Margaret-143 Gordon, Sequita-160 Gow, john-56,57, 75,143 Gravelle, Leona-24, 25, 83 Gray, Keith-173 Graybill, Donna-42, 48, 53, 84,1 173 Green, Grider, Grider, Giffin, Kerry-160 Bob-143 Wayne-64, 72, 110,143 james-131, 160 Groomer, Thelma-28 Gunn, Polly-51, 54, 80, 96,143 Guthrie H , Marcia-70, 160 Hallett, Brad-55, 68, 78, 80, 82, 90, 1 143, 155 Halstead, Gary-48,49, 53, 173 Hambrick, Hambrick, Hamilton, Hamilton, Hamilton, Weletta-43, 160 We sley-160 Debe- 173 Debbie -173 Delbert-174 Hamilton, Jul-sz, 174 Hampton , Haney, Hann, Hann, I-lardey Carla-143 Betty-29, 69, 76, 91, 160, George-64, 68,110,174 Shirley-30, 65 , Elaine-91, 144 Hardin, Betty-144 Hardy, Harlin , Leona-144 Susan-144 Harman, Marcia-66, 91,144 Harris, Gary-48, 53, 64, 110,144 Harris, George -64, 110, 144 Harris, lvory-174 Harris, Leslie-42, 49, 174 Harris, Mike-160 Harris, Steven-43,160 Harris, Trudy-30, 66 Harvey, Lisa-49, 53, 73, 76, 160 Harvey , Gwen-144 Hawley, Revonda-43, 70, 160 187 3: 04- 1 ',Cc1umtQncLi3 Hawley, gi M171 , 1 na- , 6 44 i , ce-6 Bgirson, Debra 4 Hensle 1 ike- ,66, , 160 o , emse 0 H rriott Warren- 1 60 gf "" 11, 1.6 ster, olan- , 60 b ard O Ve - 30 16 -.1 -1 - 1 .2 0 1 I Pa I if 1 ck 4 v 1 H'c m , ' s L a-48,5 ks S - igginbotham, jim -174 I-Ii ' o am, Ton -174 t ren- Hi , D1ane -144 i1lQ Mark-160 I ' 8 ,s3,1 1 ,1 i , a - 1-1 bs, bbi-7 10 74 UI . R s , ' ' e oger-1 lden, June-'31 lder, a Ho der, . - H011 y, Greg-1 , 1 laine- Ho er, ls5Gsj75, Ho er, Shirleyf ENIORQ-174 Y HQWQ1 Mo - 6,0 1- 9 1, 8 , 1 1 Hud 'ns, Ch lotte-31,5 53 ey a 5 154 T ' 1,1140 Hu Valorie-174 Mark- 7,1 , R b u e, 8,1 Hu on, ,Elizabeth-14,60 70,75,91, CL 014 Jdw 126,160, be 't 1 e ri n-4 75 U5 - W 317 Io nso E ai e, 160 . I-37120 1011112- 1 son oe -424 A ' 1 54 4 A 1ftIbAn- ,75 7. J non e .g ags ' ' L e: L u n -1 46 hnson, --1 - 1 , ,49, 'A --' 'a ff 0' 1 1 1 Johnson, ark-154 6 1 ue- , o,94,146 0 5 i - - rf 7 eg-175 QT Q I r Q1 es, Freddy-1 47 ' ' G 2 1 ones Homer-1 8 , 3 I s a 8 ones, - , 174 one Janie-49,11 ' 1 7 1 4 Na c - Jo S: egg ' 2 O: 11 Jo s, Randy-1 0,174 0 .' 52 . wm11 2 -- 1 I an, had-68,72, 1O,115,145J Jordan, e 4 Jud , e J 75, 6 a il, K' , onna- ' Keeton, jan-174 Keit r r - 1 K ' - jKelley Tim- 161 Keltner, James-174 i 1 ena ,Mark , ,16 Ke . , H - e 1' H' ' 11 60 Kiernan, Don - 8' King, P 'li - ,131 174 n , R 5 6, 9,75, :83: s ' Kittr 1, om-66,82,110, 145 Ki ve-43, 61 Knig rvle ,145 Lewis, Bil y-175 wis, C 6 is, Lightfoot, Valerie -48, 53, 175 les, Teresa 1 6 indse ttle, cott-161, Vi ston, B -66,82,91,146 af . , ell, Latresa-161 , c r Ong: Ji ' ve, Ma -1 5 , T 1 1 Loving, Bo by- d 11 ' i -146 1 43, Loyd, Anita- ,17 te ran 109,110, 1' 5 s a s 146 Ma b Robin-16 . , Be in - Marcotte , ,Fran-175 M C 9 ' 1 1 I ann , Pa 3, 18 1 6 , r 1 Marshall, Ray 75 48, artin, Do - , 1 -42 ,91, 1 , ww .. 153 1 Kni Debbie-49 53,174 Mm- , Kell -1 C . acki ary- ,D 1-1 gm, Roth-4 3,64,11O,128,17 Knox, ark-5 , 15, , 1 usan-2 Xa Phu-11 " 351,174 Mathe , Leslie- 75 mQ K er, Ter -12,275 Maul ' 11 6 130 mel' ' M 6 6 6 ' Kriley, ,Paula-14 175 , , r hy-48134 w s - h-31 1Z Eve- ,7 7 8 ! ' ' 'Maytu b a g et 'I M na11y, Pam-73, am 1n Dona - H Jacks , KGUDGETES6145 Landerosz Salva or-64,73,110,111, Mc o , mp'- I O - 113 13 4 M C 1 Iimm - 5 ie agqdg , 69 c ie Ia j cobson, C.E.-31 ' Landreth, Debbie-161 on , Gord -4 , 'Hg' 3 T1 ess.-75 4 E ath ' A . - a 'W' 1 J6I1k111S, De 1 160 160 11.11 gston, Vicgl-iie-43,5 fOO,145,155 cgee, whey, 1 n - a ' c ee t - 6- r i 14 O i r 1 GI, ar n-1 O J Lathiop, Cind ,-146 Mc ure, e - ,7O,175 r - 1, erdale, 0,146 MCG 1 5 jewel , o in-E102 6, , ren , 6 ,1 me ' 78,146 'minez Ton - 7 L ers A1' - 2 1 8 - K Gary-64 68 72 121 161 beJAf 76 rro -1, of Un! Agfa ', 1, 3 0 Wiw ' afow .ftdiudu 50, I .I 1 1, PM ggyglj-0.1 p , C 1C ird, Robert-161 ew n or el 1-y, Bil 3, 48 1 ' s 11a-28 V' V Q1 8 ' e .14 ' -161-lfn-J 1 9' ' ' Priddy, Bi ly-163 lcMurraYa TraCY-75,S2190, 175 N?Yer, Car gg,176 8 Pr s r le Ste e- 7 H1115 1' - 1 f, 9 os, 85 mv NiC,k-176 ' Pmm, Kathy-66,91 Ieek, Davld- 47 Norton,David-64 1 ,162 Pr ' , Kenny 16 le ' 1 Norw , a 1 t, Lin 1 E ryor, john- 35 Ienz Jerry-31 O Pulte, David-175 I e 'th, Gloria-175 1' an -4 H44 O0 O S er 17211 7 1 I ' k F k W'll d-39 68 78 83 rms Y teve' ' ' - ler ic , ran il ar , 1 1 1 r, Riaky-64 6 ,72,80, Quil 3 49,5 7 7 - , "1 1, 1 3 , 2, 47 R e , e e-48 51,1 Otey, O 1 5 . 1 Paula-48,5 ,975 Ov urf, raci-29,56 7, ,69,76, R b Jean-1 3 ' 2 ' n a , er' B, Y4 2 O n' el 1,76 amsey olly- , 7 liller Cindy- s,53, 60, 66,75, 77, Zi, ar - , a mi, 373 f 1 Q 1 -ss '17 Ord, 1 ' , - A filler: 1051:-73475, gg 02 ent, Jimmie'148 Rediflg Mike'-177,150 ' her 5 14 P ' a -'4 miner susan-ss 56 ,57 7 162 ' . no' b '5 ' 8'75 I 2 2 1 v 91, 1 , 153 1 Her a Norma , 1 S ' ' ith' e o - 8 lills Rodne -64 72 110 147 Par r ViCk'- 6 0 ' - Vlnv O Y Y 5 11, 9 6 P ergo 1 Reynolds, 61 66, 73,177,181 3 b erso - - Iitchell, Clgery 53,58,'75,104,147 'Par1fS,BEZ1ifh-12 1 76 - gms, C2,,,1g,,Z8,163 , I 5 apds Kay Lynn-75 77 177 e 1 6 77 r3o1?76 '49'5 ieck, Ixfiorris-163 , , Ejiikugflaf 8? M103 1 e H 2 1 D1R1enzo, Tony-78,88,11O 2 Riggs Betty-177 foffett' a 7 LUEJEX16 Riieyf Lam,-75, 148 Ioffettv D '89 Paxson' James' Rile Teresa-177 foineff - 1 PQYHG' MafY'162 Risnzqer Ton -19 Ionroe, 1: Payne, RQX31-lne-53,148,155 Risong Clathy-,156 70 75 77 82 99 lo enver-176 Peck, BO1'1I1Ile -4-3, I , , , , , , , ntg meYY, Fronia-16 P21 1 ?76 'tcheY, 't - ' 10 r 9,5 e 1 r , , 1 ' 147 Jim- 6 , loore, Gary-90 Pencei Kenny-64 , Roberson, Brinda 1 , , . Roberts, Ben 68, 91, ,OOP 1 lfllllflkggal 7 endgraf' mic 7 4 Roberts, Clarence-64,110,177 001' 1 . Roberts Diane-148 1 2681 11 e Rey' ary- 3' 62 Roberts: Teresa-6O,75,177 lorgan, Linda-176 erkgns, 10119-th0n'J-62 Rockwoo S e-148 roms, Charles-110,162 Pefkmson, L lorris, Douglass- 35 Peter a 42 162 S lorris Judy-162 A' ' - EVE' Q 1 1 1 lorris: Pam-76, 162 P Sue'32 15335, B5 fr 3 1 77 9 lol-rigon, Jenny-32, etti S, Sheila.-49, Rous ., , luhler, Debbie - 147 luhler, Barbara-162 luncy, Anne -32 agode, Ty-43,75,162 ance, Kregg-66, 68, 75,115, 118,162 ance, Steve-64, 68, 72, 110, 115, 118,147 ash, james-18 elson, Kathy-162 elson, Kathy-162 ewman, ewson, ewton, jay-68, 162 Madeline -176 Dawn-51, 54, 91, 95,147 Petty, Thomas-176 Phillips, Bobby-176 Phillips, Mickey-176 Lee-35 Tim-64, 176 Piatt, Piatt, Pittman, jack-162 Pittman, johnny-162, 169 Pittman, Mark-176 Pitts, janet- 105, 137, 148 Pitts, Paul-68,162 Pollard, Fred-48, 49, 176 Pollock, Cary-162 Ponder, Debbie-53, 148 Ponder, Donna-148 Ponder, Pat-66,76, 163 Porter, Sherry-32 n Lesley- 1 ow 9 9-HCV' 1 Rozzell, Billy-177 Rudd, Carl-149 Ruff, Jessie-177 Ruff, Karen-153 Rushing, Leslie-149 Russell, Bobby-149 Daniel-91, 149 Russell, Russell, Larry-163 Russell, Paula-29, 42, 177 Ruth, Darrell,-121, 166 Rutledge, Rita-163 Rutledge, Rodney-177 189 Ryan, Patrice-88 Ryburn, Jake-163 S Sadler, Glenda-67,163 Sanchez, Linda-163 Sanders, Carrie-163 Sanderson, Bobby-177 sehhei, Paula-66, 69, 70, 76, 163, 166 Saylors, Karen-177 Saylors, Nancy-13, 43, 54, 63, 66, 80, 91,9s, 149 Schrader, Steve -149 Schrahl, Schwab, Virginia-49, 65, 149 Randy-90, 91, 163 Scott, Ben-163 Scott, Steve-163 Scovill, Tim-163 Scribner, Barbara-43, 53, 67,163 Scrivner, Kim-177 Segler, Debbie-73, 177 Sharp, Cynthia-48, 53, 177, 180 Sharp, David-149 Sharp, john-177 Smith, Dianna -164 Sneed, Ken-75,121,149 Sharp, Pat-163 Sharp, Willie-28 Shelton, Wanda-49,177 Shilling, Tom-43, 90, 91, 149 Shirey, Sheree-66, 75, 77, 90,177 Shockley, Kathy-73,177 Shoemake, Debbie-53,65,149 Shorter, David-163 Simon, Kim-66,75,82,177 Simpson, Greg-163 Skidmore, Eddie-131, 163 Skinner, Jeannine-177 Slaughter, Mike-43,163 Slaughter, Richard-149 Slinkard, Terri-29, 53, 76, 163 Sloan, janey-43, 48, 53,177 Smith, Cerita-60, 69, 70, 75, 76, 163 Smith, Charles-32 Smith, Debbie -42, 56, 66, so, 101, 149 Smith, Geraldine-43,177 Smith, Glenn QDr.j-22 Smith, Karen-32, 71 Smith, Linda-49,149 Smith, Renee-164 Smith, Scott-164 Smith, Steve-42,177 Smith, Tim-177 Smith, Tina-177 Smith, ver-heh-64,6s,91,11s, 133,164 Snodgrass, Sara-82, 130, 177 Solomon, Janice-29, 42, 49, 53,164 Sophus, Thomas-64, 110,177 Sorrell, Debbie-177 South, Russell-48, 53, 177 Sparks, jackie-164, 178 Sparks, Susan-66, 77, 178 Spring, Tom-68, 72, 82,121,149 Springer, William-68,178 Springman, John-110, 178 Stacy, Judy-164 Stallcup, Mary-149 Stephens, David-68, 75, 164 Stephens, Mark-68, 75,121,149 Stephens, Steve-121,178 Stephenson, Cathi-76, 130, 140 'I90 Stephenson, jarriett-53, 149 Stephenson, joe-178 Stevens, Charles-150 Stevens, Evelyn-28, 38 Stevenson, Clarence-118,178 Stevenson, Wenda-53,164 Stewart, Kim-48,53,178 Stewart, Virginia-178 Stockton, Dale-43,178 Stolfa, Alma-66,69,76,164 Stolfa, Bernadette-70,178 Stone, Jack-35 Stone, Jacque -42, 53, 70,164 Stone, Scott-42, 56, 68,178 Strickland, Frank-33, 121 Stubbs, Barbara-178 Stubbs, Dan-178 Sturdevant, Gordon-33 Suddereth, Debbie-48,178 Suggs, Mike-164 Sunday, Carolyn-60, 164 T Tackett, Darrell-40, 43, 71, 83,15O, 155 Tanner, Larry-164 Tarleton, Nina -178 Taylor, joe-60,178 Taylor, Randy-72, 115,133,150 Teague, Patsy-49,513,164 Thomas, Debra-82,150 Thomas, Judy-130, 178 Thomason, Kevin-72, 91,133,164 Thomason, Mark-164 Thompson, Tony-164 Thurman, Cindy-36,150 Tipps, Mike-39, 64, 68, 82,110,178 Tipps, Ronnie-109, 110 Todd, Eugene-33, 69 Todd, Phillip-64, 110,113, 115,150 Tomlinson, Kristi-75, 77, 178 Toti, Gerry- 35 Trail, Mike-110, 113,150 Trivitt, Laquita-49, 53, 164 Troop, Keith-48,68,75,104,118,178 Tuck, jackie-164 Tumlinson, BJ. -33,55,80 Tunnell, Mavis-164 Tunnell, Thomas-178 Turner, Kandy-66, 76, 178 Turner, Gay Lynn-178 Turner, Kathy-130,150 Turner, Kent-42,75,164 Turner, Kim-178 Tyer, Jan-49, 178 Tyler, Shelley-150 V Vaile, Deborah-49,164 VanBebber, jerry-164 Van Eaton, Ann-66, 77,130,178 Vanway, Jim-91,164 Vaughn, Anita-75,178 Vaughn, David-12, 72,128,164 Vaughn, Kay-65, 71, 75, 91, 150 Vaugh, Richard-164 Vaugh, Sharon-178 Venable, Henry-35 Vernon, Allen-82, 164 Vernon, David-72,164 Vernon, Jenny-60, 66, 67, 77, 178 Vickers, Steve-164 Vinson, Chet-164 Vinson, Del-150 W Walck, Larry-43,91,150 Waldrop Waldrop Walker, Walker, Walker, Wallace Wallace , Debbie-178 , Tehy-164 Norma -65 , 178 Sallie -42,53 Teri-150 ,72,101,15O , Deborah-65, 91,150 1 , Gwynn-29, 69, 70,164 Wallen, John-150 Wallis, David-150 Walters, Victor-53, 105, 164 Walton, Tom-33,109,110, 132 Ward, Donald -48, 49, 5 3, 1 78 Ware, Annette-42, 53, 56, 66, 70, 81 150 Ware, Bill-19 Ware, Bob-48, 49, 51, 64, 66,11O,1 Waters, Estaline-33, 91 Watkins, Mike-178 Webb, Drucilla-178 Webb, Karen-56, 57, 75,150 Weichbrodt, Randy-150 Welch, Marilyn-171, Wells, Steve-164 White, Gerald-64,115, 133, 165 White, james-179 White, I. D. -64, 72,1 179 10,133,165 White, Joe-35 White, Lena-33, 65 White rst, Franklin 179 William William William William William William William hu ' - Wiley, Celia-49,53,165 Wilkinson, David-51, 55, 80, 152 s, Charlie-165 s, Chuck-33, 38,109,110 s, Malcom-115,165 s, Mari-73, 74,152,162 s, Ronald-179 s, Russell-128,179 son, Connie-42,165 Williamson, Williamson, Williamson, Williamson, Willingham, Willingham, Gilda -179 jackie -179 Mary-165 Ronald- 1 10 Jeanne -54, 55, 80,152 joey-179 Willis, Danny-165 Willis, Eddie-165 Willis, Joe D. -33 Willis, Paula-65, 67, 165, 167 Willis, Elaine-89 Wilson, Dennis-179 Wilson, Dannie-179 Wilson, Don-165 Wilson, Harold-165 Wilson, Moneatte-152 Wilson, Prescilla-179 Wilson, Sherry-67, 82, 179 Wilson, Terri-179 Winfield, Donna-152 Winninger, Carry-179 Winter, Scharmagne-165 Wood, Hershel-179 Wood, jimy-26, 27 Wood, Kathy-152 Wood, Linda-51, 54, 70, 76, 80, 91, 152 Mak X . - ' L 5 N .Lx . 666, sheiia-152 Kbgl max-v-Ybx 0 - ood, Theresa-165 h ' oodley, Maridel-76, 152 Q tx oody, Jackie -48, 110, 179 .- oody, Patricia-152 . ooten, Annilisa-42, 53, 65, 152 . orley, John-43, 152 Bm Q E S X right, H. 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