Ardmore High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Ardmore, OK)

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Lisa Johnson and Patti Miller stroll down the hall. 4. The plaza provides a pleasant place ior chatting before school. Diane Michelini, .lo Donna Russell and Teresa Higgins share items oi interest. 3 Pep llssemblies Boost School Spirit A ' if Wi? -- " 11 . ' -V " f ' ' - .-eg, V , g -fg, 'L r . ,L , 'Hg - M' iw-fs .-rv Q -. ' . ' - gi-, . -ff, ,rf . 4, ., ' N.-w..:,,r .izlisxfi -,Q 3 ' ' - " ' A 1 r ' , . H ,K ,L-at I k,,,i:', V , U ,., , K W it K, fj? :,f..-.. , l ' r . , f ' 1' , , s ,, ,KR ' -1 , Qtiw A e I Qi.. L X .. ,K E ff ,,, .-.W '4 1 '- , , r 3' - - ,Wie A 1 f 'sf 4, 'f' grief Q., k ff ' 4. " '- do 1. Senior, Junior and Sophomore classes vie for the spirit stick at pep assemblies. 2. AHS cheerleaders lead the srudent body in the Alma Mater. 3. Dr. Glenn Smith, principal, adds spirit to AHS pep assemblies. 4, PQ: 1 .,.,-S-" -.-.. 'wan -as .-,AJ Students Get Together at Painting Parties 71. While Nancy Couch and Jennifer -:Walker supervise, Kelly Kalister and Addie Meltabarger display artistic talents at junior painting party. 2. Seniors Cindy Howell, Pam Fore and Sally Forbes paint signs to help lift school spirit. 3. Kelly Wilson and David May discuss spirit ideas at sophomore sign painting party. 4. Lisa Ingram, Rhedonna Cline, Vicki Harris and Amy Ruf pose shyly at junior sign painting party. H , Ai t Qwiue W new - m .V , ,-'frcft H -W' " ... T4 f' ' f "1 f fl ' 1 riff? ' :g.i"g". "'l- ?f"'N" K I-'Q'- , 'Ti' fl , K -gag K 'V L N .nn I iii 2,1 . :,, F QQ ' ' . fe .., ...ga 1 ' ! .4 4. Q' -n e X 32:-I-122' ' ' 1 Q. 4 AJ : il' ima 9W1-A f- l .31 W B! Q frhgfmz f., 'Q a ft 1. e ,, - as i 'Ai A Q 4 ' :P 0 I 4 IE h i " M ,, it fi air . . .H w vi. at -.ef t f fa. a, ' M k e st 3' a a - l L-1---. 51" " . . , ' - U' -2 w J 1 x e . Q ii K 3 .Lien 2--' s, 5' Friends Meet at Break 1. Kim Stephens and Vicki Harris get in a little ilirting before class. 2. Gil Wallace and Jesse Storts stare at sleeping habits of another student. 3. A group ot "men" discuss weekend plans at break. 4. Laurie Velayos and Lisa Johnson catch up on latest gossip. E 5. Mike Pollock, Tracy Martin, Jerry Stout and Kris Conly talk of recent happenings at AHS. if W' Ufr is 1' I ' l f , i Homecoming '74 I - 'X Y I . . Y: ' 'r ' X V , 3 xx ' - , it , .Fw ,t 5 Sparks Activity O Crt M 4, ami 'Iii M tsl rl. . fm l. The Senior class built the winning float with the theme "Cruisin' to Vice tory." 2. Johnny Beene crowned Sheryl Finke 1974 Homecoming Queen at halt-time dure ing the Ardmore-McAles!er game. 3. Pep Club boosted the Tigers with sup- port and spirit. 4. Ardmore High School Band added spirit to Homecoming halt-time. 5. The junior dragster displayed the theme "Drag 'Em Down." 6. "Sting the Buitalosf' was the theme ol the second place Sophomore iloat. 7. The parade kicked ott the 1974 Home- coming activities. 8. Ardmore Tigers tromped the McAlester Buttalos in a 27-0 victory. Lunch Time Provides Moments to be Enjoyed 1. On nice days students eat in the court- yard. 2. Boys use their time eating instead of talking. V 3. Variety of food and expressions fills the atmosphere. 4. Students use their 35 minutes to get together. 5. Snack bar gives students a chance to buy old time favorites, hamburgers and cokes. 1 ' "lm . 1-. ... W. s Q Eli: " .?es aa Assemblies Offer Time Spent Together 5 J, 'C ff. fufai l 'X A.. Y " .1-!'..Q'-' f 1 f 17, -1 Elite. s h X A- X.. 1 a - I- 4, , f -G3-'." , 1 f- :vm ' S? fl A "l"""N A 1 1 7 . 'E Q. v A -41-X 7" H- . -W .AV as w' 'agus " . + ' 5 liifwfl 9 -2- .:.-VK 'L , .-t- ' f wwf 22 WL.. I - ' in 54'- . -GJ' J 'mi Q 1. Students enjoy assemblies as a time to rest from school work. 2. Teachers watch as the students react to the new year at the 'Howdy' assembly. 3. Malachi gives moments ot enjoyments. Ll l Variety Spices School Atmosphere 1. English teacher Ed Cook dresses ap- propriately tor the homecoming nostalgia theme. 2. Seniors show how it was back in the '5O's as they march in the homecoming parade. 3. Social studies teachers John Crutch- field and Charles Migliorino get ready to ride with the gang. 4. Sophomores looked overjoyed for today they will learn to drive. 5. Greg Denkins, Onsbey Stevenson, Law- rence Mcqee and Calvin Pierce are proud oi their new creation. 12 H 2 .Zi ,J A .hwy-1' 5 .. lf W' , Y N? .vw Ay. - f" ' W .. 4 -.f ,..-v f. 3 . gf -235 "L A Q 'Ve .T ff? LV Q , 2 3 -3 It , , n 6,4-L Q , U Siudents Respond to Surroundings l. Creativity thrives in the bright orange atmosphere of the art room. 2. The Little Theatre iso ideal as a projec- ,tion room, classes filing into it are a common sight. 3. Mrs. Dodge commands attention from her classes. 4. Al Duke, Kenneth Faustner and Ronnie Mitchell watch as Anthony Wilson turns out a tin of perfect blueberry muiiins, a cooking assignment in Bachelor Living. 5. Senior Debbie Maguire, decked out in lab gear, dishes out some dry chemicals. 6. Tapping, clacking and bell-ringing, students struggle through Typing l. .. ff- T-E . .er,.e . . ff 2 gill 3 S . Q L'y . A 1 o 657 f 5 V g e I 5 I .wi Q A 5. .5 s t o v., .5 4.1 3 ,. , X. s 4- Q'- N wg F, LPI!-...,. x v 6 15 Students Blast Ott I-liter School l. Bus riders anticipate a bumpy ride home as they board their buses. 2. Gail McMahan, Bobby Austin, Laurie Williams and Tim Nagode take a bus stop. 3. Final bell rings and students rush to the parking lot. 4. Hot roclder Frank Williams vrooms up his motorcycle. 2 if? semis, dlitlf 5 1 lim, al .N ,lxvxs Z-4 .,V.'iA,' , 41- 4 :wiht 1' ' M' ' A 1 vs 3 ii W, ,N gi Qs,-.e ww, Rye. 45' L 4. r l Y 'WP A' W I " . e- . -vv i . - ,, , , - K Cheerleaders YELL for Victory The AHS cheerleaders have a tough job. At the end of the school year the student body watches each candidate perform a cheer and then votes on who they think best qualities for the office. This year's cheerleaders are Lavelle Nash, Toni Fremon- dino, sophomores, Cheryl Roberts and Lisa Ingram, juniors, Karan Edmonds and Sheryl Finke, head cheerleader , seniors. 1. FRONT ROW: Patti Pendgrat, junior mascot, SECOND ROW: Lavelle Nash and Toni Remondino, sophomores, THIRD ROW: Cheryl Roberts and Lisa Ingram, juniors, FOURTH ROW: Karan Edmonds and Sheryl Finke, seniors, Z. Senior cheerleader Karan Edmonds has a little trouble staying on her ieet. 3. Cheerleaders lead pep club in a spirited yell. 17 Scott Pearson made Beth Whitley prom- ise not to have her head higher than his. Vickie Ashcrait and Kent Todd har- monize as lovers in "The King and I." Linda Fisher, Phil Hopkins, Loretta White, Vicki Ashcrait, and Ken! Todd work on the Buddha for the sets. Vickie Harris, Donna Adkins, and three of the children admire Terry Cline, who played the young prince. c 1 QS? gf: fp' aff," H25- ., .jj . ' f: ' gs, 1, ,4 xi -V I Captain Orton ,,...... A...... Louis Leonowens Anna Leonowens The Interpreter .. Beth Whitley: Scott Pearson , John Wackler John Foster Steve Dohman .. Beth Whitley Greg Mayberry The Hralahome ...t.,, ..,......,., S tan Elmore The King .....,....,., ,Yt..... S cott Pearson Phra-Alack .....Y. Dewayne West Lun Tha ...,.... ,lt.lt, H ent Todd Tuptim ..,....lY...... Lady Thiang ....... Vicki Ashcraft Martha Young Cindy Carroll Prince Chululongkorn ..l..... t,,,........ T erry Cline Sir Edward Ramsey .,...,.... ....... .. Mark Revelle Perform with Flare ,ne N' '5- ,, K 'Zur " X . . , If ,J 'V' . .15- nl .J ' 5 in fx ' f ll . V. ii, gg . V , , 'fc I A ' a i ' . A- ' ,I A 44 u-.W .- R M3 r . , - L51 Q. 5 : Q ...- ,W I ' ' gg 2. sr, f - o iv s f' J ' A J ' X if fi 1 . fx!-Y . - I A ,H ,J gg , 1 .- .tm f serif 5: ' '.i'1f'T'z",. V-- '51- A J l -,feffg Mggj. J, F f he .... ,511 5 Q , Fi efiigaf 5 .- if .wt ., IN , lxol 2 'ga 1 , Q , W . .. . 3-W -. .- via.,-if Leo Baker practices the ballet, "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Cindy Carroll, Vicki Ashcratt, Heidi Adair, Martha Young, and Jana Guthrie dress as members of the King's court. Scott Pearson becomes stubborn when Beth VVhitley says Je promised to build her a house. Ruth Miller Thompson instructs Martha Young in stage presence. Stan Elmore asks Beth Whitley it she has any friends in Bangkok. Scott Pearson asks Buddha for help for entertaining the English. 21 Cast members were David May, Clayton Evans, Laurie Williams, Rena Leslie, Janet Judd, Sue Barrington, Mike Rodriguez, Leggett Frazer, Kris Conley, Marian Wilcox, William Brooks, Tommy Hughes, Cindy Pladziewicz, Mrs. Douglas, Mark Fitch, Kimber, Larry Jones, Mr. Prescott, Dan Cook, Newton Fuller, Joan Dupy, Annabelle Puller, Valerie Dickinson, Madge Fuller, Ellen Isen- berg, Hester, Steve Cypert, Raymond, John Thompson, Uncle Stanley. I-lctors "Project" Superior Performance "George Washington Slept Here", which chronicles the tribulations of a family man who craves-and gets-'a little place in the country.' This is about the Fuller family, Newton and his wife Annabelle, and their daughter, Madge, who are hypnotized into taking over one ot those windowless, waterless, almost rootless houses that dot the . . . country side. The ensuing troubles may be summed up as a search for water, a quarrel with a neighbor who owns not only the brook but the very .road that leads from the highway to the house, the attempted elopement of the daughter with a summer-theater actor, and the usual invasion of the week-end guests, including a prodigal uncle who is assumed to be rich but who turns out to be just another bankrupt. 22 5 '. fist t M -rre' i i A.wi"'i l."'r'l 1 .K , A' f 'ti'-'dfy is X 1. Dan Cook tries to convince his family of what a great buy their new house was. 2. David May and Laurie Williams make their entrance into the Fuller's disorgan- ized house. 3. John Dupy accuses Steve Cypert oi lying which he promptly denies. 4. Kris Conley, Mike Rodriguez, Janet Judd and William Brooks play a hand of cards in one of their scenes. 5. Joan Dupy'wonders what Valerie Dick- inson is up to this time. 6. Dan Cook asks Jon Thompson for money so he can pay his mortgage. '1. Cindy Pladziewicz explains the deed to the Fuller family. 8. Mark Fitch insists that they need more gravel tor the chickens. 23 few ,e , I A 2 . 2 4. . Listen To The Music The Ardmore High School Band was busy through- out the 1974-75 year. Marching season kicked oft the year. The band performed at all of the football games half-times except for the first game at Ada when it rained. The band attended two marching contests. At the Del City contest, the band received a superior rating. The band boosted spirit at the pep assembliesf at basketball games, and at the wrestling meets. A stage band was formed and they played a couple of concerts. The band also provided the musical, "The King and I", with a pit band. The band went to a contest in Houston, Texas, as their annual trip. 24 I ffifls-fi ii: N l l 5 l 4 I' . S... l V- an I., 'SQSQS j'WJ? 4V.V .rf A gg AVF VAVZEAQEW 'DW f P . J' ' r fb S Tef-lil .- ,.?.a..C.. 1 iniiil f. Cf. 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Krohn Ronald Kyker William Landrum Gina Lane Janice Litchfield Jim Lorentzen Robert McArthur Patrick McGee Debbie McGuire Craig McMurry Chris McMurry David Manner Susan Mannerburg Steve Martin Beth Maxwell Marcia Mead Addie Meltabarger Paula Michael Dana Moore Joe! Moxley Cory Nagode Tim Nagode Kenya Nault Rhonda Nault Mark Newman Sheryl Novasad Kevin O'Dell Becky Paschall Marty Peden Julie Polzien Terri Page Cindy Pladziewicz Harvey Rehwalt Paul Roberts David Ross Lisa Sadler Scott Sadler Keith Salyer Cheryl Scearce Rae Anne Shipley Joy Short Kathy Skidmore Glenn Smith Marsha Sparks Cheryl Spencer Chris Stevenson Diane Stoker Leasa Swindell Linda Taylor Greg Trent John Wackler Gay Watson Becky Waye Beth Wiles Jerry Wilkes Laurie Williams Lori Williams Jimmie Harris The clarinet and the percussion section relax during a brief break. Diane Stoker and Terri Page take a breather during their twirling practice. Mike Metze instructs the band during one ot their many breaks. The Ardmore Tiger Band marches through one ot their many halt-time shows. 25 Leaders Keep The "Pride" The drum majors this year were Tim Nagode, senior, and Peter Day, junior. This was Tim's second year as a drum major. Both Tim and Peter attended drum majoring camp last summer. The officers of the band helped the director, Mike Metze, with decisions concerning band matters. Throughout the year, they held meetings every week. Joan Dupy was head twirler this year. She made up routines for the twirlers during marching season along with being a band officer. The twirlers per- formed at pep assemblies and football games. The band officers were Joan Dupy, head twrrler Kathy Skidmore sergeant Becky Waye warrant officer Beth Wiles, librarian, Cheryl Scearce band queen Cindy Pladziewicz reporter, Greg Trent corporal Robert McArthur, lieutenant, Kevin O Dell corporal, Tim Nagode drum major Jim Lorentzen captain Steve Martin, sophomore representative Mark Fitch sergeant 1. Drum majors this year were Tim Na- gode, senior, and Peter Day, junior. 2. The twirlers this year were FRONT ROW: Diane Stoker, Terri Page. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Scearce, .Ioan Dupy, and Kenya Nault. 26 9 0. N 4 by Sb X JL!! kk Y, lv s" Y I' ' .X Q gtg-.A a S ' ' Q A f I ifgfiip .253 -5.f5, gsEi, s- 5 L ' A . . - X1 1 'E "" 1 5 V ,f,,3, 4. ., 3 Hr C95 .mix - 1 . Q15 2 f' :fix in . 31 , in W, 1 .-Q'h 1 as ' f -1' I 'NJ A tl. i f . X f ,U L x pa ., 4 1 J vi-,An W- I x. i K .4 , ,A V 1 , . , 1 uv 3, hlx '-gx, Tiger Terriiics '74 I-in AHS Music Production The Vocal Music Department ot AHS produced their annual "Tiger Territics" variety show Nov. 2 for the public and Nov. 3 for the school. "Tiger Terrifics" featured the chorale in the patri- otic musical review "The Spirit of "16." Featured performers were Vicki Ashcraft, Scott Pearson, Mark Revelle, Beth Whitley, Martha Young, Doug Loatman, Leo Baker, Cindy Carroll, Dan Cook and Stan Elmore. All of the chorus groups participated in the show. l. Press Agent Doug Loafman announces what will come next. 2. Martha Young pauses before perform- ing a number during the Tiger Terrifics performance. 3. Performers take time out for a picture during rehearsal. 4. The grand finale of "Tiger Terrifics". 5. Scott Pearson tells Vicki Ashcraft that she is just like a little sister to him, which she protests. G. Director Charlotte Hudgins gives in- structions to Karan Edmonds and Zack Parker behind the scenes. 28 Chorus Groups Add Harmony To Ardmore High Members ot honor chorus are, FIRST ROW: Kathy Skidmore, Loryn Wood, Jeanine Cranford, Lisa Ingram, Linda Taylor, Dixie Sisco, Donna Adkins, Robbie London, Susie Ware, Scott Pearson, Jon Thompson, Vicki Harris, Ronnie Mitchell, Nancy Piatt, Nancy Wood, Karan Edmonds, Valerie Bostwick, Kathy Mayberry, David Miller, Dennis Hicks, Linda Smith, Becky Blizzard, Mark Parker, Dewayne Trivitt, Steve Wainscott, Kenny Brecht, Lisa Mills, Beth Vifhitley, James Gravelle, David Man- ner, Doug Loatman, David May, Phil Hopkins, Horace Hearst, Keith Luster, Jesse Cavins. SECOND ROW: Julie Hill, Teresa DeHart, Patti Miller, Brenda Bowker, Leasa Swindell. THIRD ROW: Greg Denkins, Denise Franks, Roslyn Scott, Kathi Brew- ster, Janie Fox. FOURTH ROW: Sharon McDonald, Mark Wiley, Chris Storts, Pam Wilson, Zack Parker and Brent Bahner. Singing in the Chorale Chorus are FRONT ROW: Lisa Johnson, Cindy Carroll, Mar- tha Young, Karan Edmonds, Vicki'Ash- cratt, Becky Waye, Beth Whitley, Jana Guthrie. SECOND ROW: Rita Richards, Kristi Gloodt, Dixie Sisco, Terry Cline, Linda Fisher, Loretta White, Linda Higbee. BACK ROW: Leo Baker, Kent Todd, Stan Elmore, Dewayne West, Jett Wallace, Steve Miller, Greg Mayberry and Scott Pearson. The musical year for the AHS Vocal Music Department began with the preparation and per- formance of the patriotic musical review "Spirit of "l6." On Nov. 2-3, the same groups performed their annual "Tiger Territics" performance. On Nov. 7 the music depart- ment entered the Southern Okla- homa Invitational Music Contest and won the Class 3A sweep- stakes trophy. On Dec. 15 the choruses presented "Amahl and the Night Visitor" at the God- dard Center. Preparations began tor the pro- duction of the musical "The King and I" during December. The musical was presented Feb. 4-8. The district competition in which all groups participated was held at Ardmore Mar. '1-8. State contest was held in April. 29 2. Choruses Display Singing Talent lit Assemblies, School Productions Members oi the Boys Glee Club are FRONT ROW: Dan Cook, Jon Thompson, Scott Pearson, Greg Mayberry, Terry Cline, Phil Hopkins. SECOND ROW: James Gravelle, John Wackler, Ronnie Mitchell, Mark Parker. THIRD ROW: Ken- ny Brecht, Steve Wainscott, Zack Parker, Chris Storts, Brent Bahner, Doug Loafman, Dewayne Trivitt, Tim Anderson, Greg Denkins. CLOCKWISE ABOVE: Horace Hearst, David Miller, Steve Blakely, Keith Luster, Stan Elmore, Jesse Cavins, Dennis Hicks, Mark Wiley, David Manner and David May. 'S Girls' Glee Club members are FRONT ROW Shaun Winslow Tena Bradley, Lisa Johnson, Kelly McGuire, Teressa Harris SECOND ROW: Lee Ann Jones, Rene Newman, Tracy Oxford Lisa Bowen 30 1 T i li! 2 T Mixed chorus members are FRONT ROW: Kay Jackson, Brenda Linda Shelton, Steve Blakely, Teresa Williamson and Lisa Wilson, Jill Armstrong, Sheri Feiler, BACK ROW: Jimmy Taylor. Franks, Reatha Landers, Tim Anderson, Rhonda. Broussard, Music Departments Produces School Programs 1 o liii ' ' 5 ll l ,L l , , 1 w l ll l Forming the Boys' Quartet are llrom top to bottoml Members oi the Girls' Trio are lirom leltl Cindy Carroll, Vicki Terry Cline, Stan Elmore, Leo Baker and Scott Pearson. Ashcratt and Beth Whitley. Staff Illustrates Student Life W e Members of the Criterion staff are: FIRST HOW: Ellen Isenberg, inson, Ronnie Jones, Shari Roberson and Jon Thompson, SECOND Sheri Feiler, Laura Moore, Boots Rabb, Tim Nagode, Valerie Dick- ROW: Teresa Smith, Jenni Hann and Kyle Laverents. 1. Sheri Feiler 'is caught with a camera by a fellow photographer. 2. Shari Roberson, Jenni Hann, Laura Moore and Ronnie Jones work hard to meet Criterion deadlines. 3. Ronnie Jones and Valerie Dickinson goof off at the senior sign painting party. 32 This year's Criterion staff spent many hours putting together a yearbook that they and the student body could be proud of. They have tried to cap- ture the memorable events of the year. Jan Ringwald, Journalism teacher, ad- vised.-the staff throughout the year. Editor Ronnie Jones pieced the book together. FIRST ROW Randy Simmons Chad Craddock .lamce Lxtch SECOND ROW Kevin Keenan, John Cross, Shari Roberson, held Suzanne Chess Becky Slaughter Kathy Pritchard Peggy Johnston Chris Ivory, ABOVE: Scott Holden, Kara 'Tiger Prints' Student Edited The "Tiger Prints" came out bi-weekly due to the workmanship of the Journalism I stu- dents. Staff editors, Jenni Hann, Boots Rabb, and Ellen Isenberg, organized the stories and pictures to meet the deadlines. Jan Ringwald helped the editors draw up the layouts for the "Tiger Prints." l. Boots Rabb and Ellen Isenberg proofread the "Tiger Prints" page. 2. Jenni Hann glances cfver the finished layout. Workers Enjoy Leisure and Labor V -.V if ' 'Q ' ' ' ' ' ' . V , f 571 X , kv A K r-r' 1,1 1 1. Valerie Dickinson and Boots Rabb look over pictures for the Criterion. 2. Laura Moore and Shari Roberson study one of their many layouts. 3. Kyle Laverents skims over other yearbooks to get ideas. 4. Jan Ringwald works with the students to put out the Criterion. 5. Ronnie Jones smiles with pleasure as the staff finishes another deadline. 6. Tim Nagode and .Ion Thompson engage in friendly sport when they have spare time. 34 "fs, 3' nv.. 'I 1 f f f , f 1 1 f , 5 A V Key Club Serves Ardmore Under the supervision of Ronnie Tipps, Key Club participated in many activities starting with the year's Halloween Sina- wik, then the Thanksgiving drive tor needy families. Members held a Christmas party for underprivileged children and participated in a Donkey Basketball Game. Key Club also sponsored Basket- ball Homecoming and helped the Kiwanis with Pancake Day. This year's purpose ot Hey Club was to develop leadership, to provide experience in living and work- ing together, to serve the school and community, and to prepare for useful citizenship. Otticers pictured at right are: SEATED: Jesse Storts, President. STANDING: Steve Douglas, Treasurer, Ed Douglas, Secretary, and Joe Rison, Vice-President. EE . Par,-fsa . ' VT' ri'-i?'itf'f'e'5i5vuf.. Key Club members are: FIRST ROW: Joe Rison, Jesse Storts, Rusty Noble, Gil Wallace, Brent Bahner, Tim Orndortt, Edie Douglas, Randy Helms, Jim Davidson and Steve Dougras. SECOND ROW: Brian Kearney, Ben Aldridge, Blant Miller, Jim Love, William Brooks, Brent Adkinson, Blake Bahner, Chris Tompkins, Gary Cummings, David Mordy, John Adair, and Ronnie Tipps, sponsor. THIRD BOW: Jett Williams, Mark Dodge, Tom Rieson, Kelly Wilson, Bob Dyer, Steve Biddick, Dick Herr, Phil Guyer, Chris Storts, Rob Cargile. FOURTH ROW: Micheal McPherson, Renny Collins, Jett Wallace, Stan Elmore, Blake Roberts, Mike Vernon, Mike Spencer, Tim Champion, Al Duke. FIFTH ROW: Charlie Champion, Mike Pollock, Bob Walker, Pat Vernon, David Aldridge, Ricky Mann, Butch Knight, Mark Newman, Buddy Simon, Jeff Bussey, Robert Merrick, Glenn Smith, and Kevin Talley. F.T.I-l. Strives For Higher Goals 1 "' "'-vffff? ' -:FEES . ' - ' '- " .nr v-,':. fi -2 ' -ijffi-1... re 'sp .- f --if fffeil fx' .L f 1. ,W , . ..- f r p x 1 is - a 1 1974-'15 FTA members are: FIRST ROW: Bob Dyer, Nan Wild- man, Heidi Adair, Kelly Ross, Jan Cheatwood, Sean Brewer, Laurie Velayos, Jayna Rison, Jennifer Walker, Susie Ware, Pam Anthony, Linda Fisher, Cindy Carroll and Chris Feiler. BACK ROW- Ben Aldridge, Lynette Boone, Gary Cummings, Dick leeflg f x Emi- ' ' v r .- E Kerr, Howard McMahan, Blant Miller, Rhedonna Cline, An- thony Wilson, Melanie Miller, Nancy Couch, Jeff Wallace, Randi? Helms: RBndY Empfingf Sherman Reed, Patti Lemmon, ANY Rui, Kim Stephens, Vicki Harris, and Toni Remondino. of America in different FTA's main a Christmas party for underprivileged children and teaching at grade schools and the junior high. Officers were Howard McMahan, president, Heidi Adair, vice-president, Randy Helms, secretary, Linda Fisher, treasurer, Sean Brewer, parliamentarian and Bob Dyer, official representative. Mrs. Phyllis Connely served as FTA sponsor. Another year for Future Teachers started with once a month meetings peoples homes with guest speakers. activities highlighting the year were 37 FI-II-l Prepares Girls For Home Life Future Homemakers of America, sponsored by Shirley Hann and Lena White, seek to help youth assume their roles in society through home economics education in areas of per- sonal growth, family life, vocational preparation and community involve- ment. Some of their main activities in- cluded FHA District Rally in Sulphur, Sweet Shop sales for Cystic Fibrosis, singing for convalescents and a salad supper. Officers for this year are Lynette DeBose, president, Annette Ashford, vice-president, Lori Williams,ysecre- tary-treasurer, Kathi Pritchard, report- er, and Kathy Vinson, historian. FHA members, FRONT ROW: Bobbi Harris, Jana Barton Pat Beavers Lon Williams Debbie Lee, BACK ROW: Debbie Stevens, Kathi Pritchard Rita Broussard Loryn Wood, Nina Jones and Lynette Debose pose during a meeting a Ziyi , ee,,,as,, ,s,, slea Wear 2. Lena White checks work done by Home Ec. students. 3. Homemakers clean up after cooking a tasty meal. 4. Home Ec. class works on homework during a study period. 38 res , ,qw - v J 5 . 2 A . ,..., ,J ., ul :- ', r K 5 W. A 1 .f 1 . - . 1. .r .V an, . - .7 1 lo , Q, y Leaflets Study Literature Leaflets Study Club is a group ot girl honor students who meet '.e 1 t t , s t X A X 1 , x . ,xi I of f J 5 lu ' P ' t it X xr ' fp. 1 IF x ra ff' .1 K 5 1974 '15 Leaflet members are FIRST ROW Joan Dupy Karen Elliot, Anna Koger, Rhedonna Clme Amy Rui, Disa Green Soma Heartsill and Beverly King. SECOND Wiles Linda Fisher Marcia Sparks Rae Ann Shipley, Janet Judd, Kathy Kirk, Roberta London and Debbie McGuire THIRD ROW Laura Moore, Doris Slaughter, Linda Taylor, Susan Paxson Beth Grauel Cindy Pladzlewicz Laurie Williams, Ellen Isenberg, monthly to discuss book reviews. Ladies of the Leaf, sponsoring organization, extend membership invitations to the top ten fresh- men before they come to the high school, then club officers f choose the rest of the girls to be admitted. Activities included a fall tea, t ' t t X Christmas party, guest speakers and a raffle to raise money for ROW: Beth , the club. School sponsor 1S Wilma Rasmuson. Sue Tanner, ., !. 2. 1974-75 Leaflet officers are: Laurie Williams, Secretary, Joan Dupy, President, Cindy Pladziewicz, Historian, Beth Wiles, Vice-President, and Jenni Hann, Reporter. 3. Susan Paxson and Beth Maxwell talk over Leaflet meetings. 4. Leaflet sponsor Wilma Rasmuson flashes a grin at the photographer. 39 fb' Q' V, 511 - ,J 1 3 WA' . in ,f " - 'S' ,Q-"""" is g Y 'Q E ei - - . 'A' 'Q w liz Q' 2 s 3. Pi 5 J b , l 1 Q ,,, as ' g 1 , , Q A V A av,-.wr I 4 1fkz:rqg1M1.m eww-A ,e.ffa:waa'1:M,,-Q ,W , fu mxmfmmuwv mm-X 31, p S We 13' 'B75?"r.. 0255, 75 fiiff r Ii, '55 71,3 A251 X e ,r , 'Srl W ' Pep Boosts ' ' f?5"" 433' eng, rv rs: . V K ,ii '-1,137 - ' I F- 4tQsw Y-E . ' J- 'kfifs ' Q.. , it . 53 1 'str . . AKA 41 4 1 ROW Vicki So girth, Donna Adkins, ri Janca, Sonia Heartsill, Carroll Path Vi hslfaratt, Linda Higbee, a Guthrie. SECOND ROW: - Hester Pam e, ul H ivglsslisa 0 H5091 10 Y ' i D Melba Hen n Susx are,-'Nan Wildman. TOP ROW: Liz Thomas, Beverly Pam Hendersh , ita Thorhas, Pam Wilson, Kim Stephens,DeniSe Franks, Connie Roberso A y Ward, Kathy Mayberry. s f is A S. huh :Qs S ' 53-A S' sr ' C., Q ' U- l' ff' ga J if J h V' ki cE1ro , Vicki Hams, Donna School Spirit Wearing new red and white uniforms, the AHS Pep Club was reorganized this year under the leadership of officers Vicki Ash- cratt, president, Linda Higbee, vice-president, Cindy Carroll, secretary, Jana Guthrie, treas- urer, and Patti Miller, sophomore representative. Pep Club's goals are to help boost school spirit and to cheer the Tigers on to victory. Activi- ties included going to all out of town games, participating in homecoming activities and mon- thly meetings. Sponsors are Helen Cargile, Jo Dawn Smith and Charlotte Hudgins. 1. Pep Club officers, Patti Miller, Cindy Carroll, Vicki Ashcraft, Linda Higbee, and Jana Guthrie pose before the camera. 4. Sophomore Members add spirit at pep assembly. 5. Pep Club aids AHS cheerleaders in a Victory yell. 6. Junior member Vicki Harris, smiles in hopes of a Tiger victory. 7. A group ot Pep Club members sit drenched through a disappointing game with Ada. 8. Tigerettes liit crowd spirit with a group cheer. 41 .1 W., if- ,,--K s 3 1974-75 Math Club members are: FIRST ROW: Mark Pitch, vice- president, Cindy Pladziewicz, president, Loma Womack,spon- sor, Sue Tanner, secretary, and Beth Maxwell, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Walker, Beverly King, Anita Ander- son, Susan Mannerburg, Stephanie Gilmore, Brenda Bowker, Robbie London, Anna Koger, Harvey Rewalt, Jennifer Hann, Jimmie Harris, and Ruth Chapman. THIRD ROW: Jim Lor- entzen, Jim Williams, Jim Davidson, Beth Wiles, Renny Collins, Jeff Williams, Linda Fisher, Laurie Williams, and Peter Day. Math Students Multiply Knowledge Mu Alpha Theta, or Math Club, began the year with installation ot new members and officers. To be a member a student has to have a 2.75 GPA, two years of college preparatory math course and be interested in modern math ideas. During the year members heard guest speakers and toured the Noble Foundation. Sponsor for her second year was Loma Womack. . 1 ' au Nc After the initiation ot new members and officers, Robbie London, .lim Williams, Harvey Rewalt and Beth Maxwell head for the refreshments. ski party. Elizabeth Kruse is the Scientist Make Major Breakthrough Science Club otticers were Jim Lorentzen, Sergeant at Arms, Bob Walker Beth Wiles, President, Cindy Pladziewicz, Secretary, and Kathy Kirk, U C I I ll ISU him Ui' rf! CN" All!! u 5 ct Dnnllhlazig. Students who have a 2.0 GPA and are enrolled in a science class are invited to join Phi Beta Sigma, better known as Science Club. Mem- bers like to get together and ex- change ideas and get an idea of what science is all about. This year's activities included a geology trip, field trips and annual , Vice President, Treasurer. club's sponsor. E25 L31 1 SPY? s iff "" i -11323265 ' p ' :give J 1 x 5.2154 i5,ZEf"w 75:3 ' ' .. AE- .. is V. M.,-f wav.-in ,..- - P I' 'I lvl Science Club members are: FIRST ROW: Janice Litchfield, Lori Williams, Terry Cummings, Cory Nagnde, Anna Koger, and Sue Tanner. SECOND ROW: Jim Williams, Bev King, Sean Brewer, Dale Gall, Beth Lathrop, Bob Walker, Gay Watson, Cheryl Smith, Jenni Hann, Cindy Pladziewicz, and Ruth Chapman. THIRD ROW: Debbie McGuire, Beth Max- Ar Kr well, Jim Horn, Gary Empting, Garth Hoard, .Tim Lorentzen, Elise Chapman, Brian Chambless, Mark Fitch, Marty Peden, FOURTH ROW: Joe Rison, Robby Musgrave, john Cypss, Randy Empting, Dee Ann Singleton, Kathy Kirk, Beth Wiles, Jett Williams, Al Duke, and Peter Day. Members Make Music Club Noteworthy Students who have been in a music class two semesters form the Philharmonic Music Club. They meet the first Tuesday night ot each month. Members attended several mus- icals this year including "Music Man" in McAlester and "Mes- siah" in Oklahoma City. Officers for the 1974-75 year are Beth Whitley, president, Scott Pearson, vice-president, and Becky Waye, secretary- treasurer. School sponsor is Char- lotte Hudgins, music teacher. Music Club members are fFront row, from leftl Leo Baker, Jett Wallace, l2nd row, from leftl Rita Richards, Becky Waye, Kristi Gloodt, 3rd row, from lettj Loretta White, Beth Whitley, Terry Cline, 14th row, from lettl Stan Elmore, Greg Mayberry, Susie Ware, Electra Baker, sponsor, Mark Revelle, Dewayne West and Linda Fisher. 1 5 - -K 'lr L A . in ' K lg.: A A W v -f, K '-isfgga, ,t-, ' ' 't" i 44, 1. Senior Music Club member Vicki Ash- cratt is a major performer in school productions. 2. Junior Leo Baker displays his singing talent during a chorus assembly. DECA Trains Members For Business World Ardmore Chapter of the Distribu- tive Education Clubs of America, under the supervision ot Jerry Menz, participated in many yearly activities including a monthly breakfast at the Holiday Inn and field trips. Participation in selling skills at local, state and national levels were learned through sales demonstrations, advertising and display. DECA strives to train club members in business activities. Officers for '74-'75 are Cathy Castle, president, Connie Ben- nett, vice-president, Vickie Mc- Claine, secretary, Anna Wilson, treasurer, Stan Quillen, chaplain, Rhonda Hart, parliamentarian, and David Barnes, historian. 1 - is r : ' St-. ft -. A 'S lt. FIRST ROW: Connie Bennett, Anna Wilson, Cathy Castle, Mike Vernon, Kevin Foster, and Dale Gall. SECOND ROW: Nancy Hamilton, Pam Sargent, Lisa Mills, Mari Langland, Disa Green, .lo Donna Russell, Sean Brewer, Robin Robie, Jan Cheatwcod, Joan White, Robert Dalton, and Mark Hobie, THIRD ROW: 37 995 Nancy Wood, Glen Smith, Greg Denkins, Jeanna Harris, Monica Hignight, Mark Kale, and Don Emde. FOURTH ROW: Dwight Osborne, Bob Vickers, Spunky Hunt, Vicky McClain, Rhonda Hart, Connie Campbell and Stan Ouillen. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Menz, sponsor, David Key, Charles Skinner and Mark Newman. I , . rllf!ll'1.l..lLLL.1,z:ilg.'21' 2. '14-75 officers are tront row: Vicky McClain, Anna Wilson, Cathy Castle, Connie Bennett, 2nd row: Connie Camp- bell, Stan Ouillen, Rhonda Hart and Spunky Hunt. 3. DECA sponsor, Jerry Menz, pauses a moment before going to class. 4. Don Emde, Dale Gall and Buddy Simon enjoy conversing with DE window manne- quin. 45 Lettermen Enjoy Firing Up Opponents oswmize-za 1975 Lettermen members are: FIRST ROW: Mike Pollock, Rod Loafman, Howard McMahan, Butch Knight, Randy Chandler, Moore, Kent Davidson, Robert Dudley. SECOND ROW: Ricky Chad CrHdCl0Ck Mike Rodriguez, FOURTH ROW: Sieve Mann, .lim Love, David Jones, Sherman Reed, Robert Moyers, Miller, Mike Spencer, Chris Feiler, Steve Lewis, Al Duke, Jerry David Mordy, Glenn Willis. THIRD ROW: Gil Wallace, Doug Stout, Johnny Beene, Shannon Reed and .Ion Horn. Lettermen's Club kicked off this year by sponsoring the annual bon- fire before the Ada football game. In the spring pledges take part in money - making projects. After pledging is completed, Letterman host a steak fry and camp out for new and old members. Officers for 1974-75 were Robert Dudley, president, Mike Pollock, vice president, Kent Davidson, sec- retary, Rod Moore, treasurer, and Randy Helms, chaplain. Sponsor for the club is Bob Densmore. ' - Senior Lettermen Rod Moore and Mike Spencer think ot ideas to use during pledging. 46 2 t F.C.ll. Improves I-lthleies' Minds 045 0 9 FCA members Doug Loafman, Jimmy Gill, Boots Rabb, and Ronnie Conway hope to attend the National FCA conference. Q. Ardmore Adult Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsors the AHS chapter. FCA confronts athletes and coaches and through them the youth ot the nation with the challenge and adventure ot following Christ in the fellowship of the church. The club meets the first and third Mondays of each month in huddle groups. PCA attended the state PCA conference at Central State Uni- versity in November and plan to attent the national FCA confer- ence this summer. Anyone who is connected with athletics is eligible to join the club. Sponsor is T. J. Loafman, athletic director, and captain is Doug Loafman. H5 I Q Z 5 I-I U1 '11 O IP ww-Q 3 0 3 rr 0 P1 M D3 .1 0 'Fl :U 2 :U O 2 :U o :1 E. KU O O 'J S W 'S U O s: an L" 0 Ei. 3 W 5:1 -...f Y .,, BACK ROW: Paul French, Zack Parker, Danny Nall and Jimmy Gill. is Y , ,fl .' ', Tim Holt, 512 and Boots Rabb. 47 i :1 if ,m m l, In addition to sponsoring Interact, Ellen Cleaver also teaches girl's physical education. 2. Doris Slaughter, an exchange student her junior year, was one ot Interact's tea- tured speakers. 3. Marla Roberson takes a break before resuming her duties as Interact president. Begun in May ot 1972, Interact Club ot AHS continued promot- ing community and international understanding. A tutoring pro- gram for elementary children tultilled Interact's motto,"Service Above Self." Officers for the 1974-75 season included Marla Roberson, presi- dent, .lim Lorentzen, vice-presi- dent, Mark Fitch, secretary and David Manner, treasurer. Interact Continues Service FMT l974-75 Interact members are: FRONT ROW: Brenda Bowker, Leasa Swindell, Nancy Platt, Shari Roberson, Jo Keeton, Cheryl Smith, Elise Chapman. SECOND ROW: Tamyra Crawley, Terri Page, and Gay Watson. THIRD ROW: Lynette Debose, Annette Ashford, Brian Chambless, Rae Ann Shipley, Stephanie Gilmore, Terry Cummings, Twyla Haynes. FOURTH ROW: Mark Fitch, Randy Simmons, Debbie McGuire, Marla Roberson, Valerie Bostwick, Jim Lorentzen, and Donya Cannon. C. c. Us J "-fwfr' esp Af if ce 'X f 1, N x r rv J as 1 I 1 KA., X A ig 1 .sl f P T r f ' Q 'I 1 -5? , , F' N , - as ...Q-M.. :gg A " - ' .':ffg..1 4,5 IL, s- '-rv-..+:.- ' H J, f v 1 if i-SV ' ' Associate Artists: Frank Williams, FIRST ROW: Elise Chap- Smith, Avis Kinsaul, Barbara Brooks, Melanie Miller and man, Pam l-lendershott, Disa Green, Ruth Chapman, Dian Pam Anthony. THIRD ROW: Keith Meyers, Randy Mathes, Ducote, Frank Schoene, Jennifer Ha-mn. SECOND ROW: Don Emde, Tim Reinke, Roger Langland and JeitWil1iams. Connie Bennett, Anna Wilson, Monica I-lignight, Cheryl Associate Artists' fifth year overflowed with art exhibits, out ot town shows, plus the annual spring trip. Exhibits included the Arno Art Club exhibit in November, the Christmas exhibit in the new school, National Art Week Exhibit in March and rounding out the year came the Grayson County Junior College Exhibit in April, the Young Talent in Oklahoma and the traditional end-ot- school exhibit. Zz.- 2. Julie Davis completes the tirs! square of her repeated design assignment. 3. The senior sign provides the backdrop tor president, Jennifer Hann, treasurer, Janet Bridge- man, vice-president, Frank Schoene, and secre- tary Dian Ducote. l A French Club Investigates Parisian Aura French Club dove into the 1974 school year with a host ot activi- ties: a Christmas costume party, Mardi Gras celebration and monthly meetings exploring the French culture. French Club members are: FIRST ROW: Laurie Velayos, Penny Shafer and Laura Moore. SECOND ROW: Tim Stolta, Dan Majors,.lohn Alsup, Jim Burnett. THIRD ROW: Brian Pope, Schel Spindle, Stephanie Gilmore, Susan Mannerberg, Paula DiCkil1S0f1, Chris Winter: and sponsor Karen DeM0sS. y Hvwfgv 'frm' we cf ' , : t w 3, 2. French students utilize language lab 'tacilities. 3. Karen DeMoss, French Club sponsor, teaches class from her favorite perch. t 4. French Club officers for 1974-'15 school year were: vice-president, Penny Shafer, president, Laura Moore, secretary-treasurer, Laurie Velayos. L. 5 .- 'iff 1 C. ,-,I rpg, 1' ." J ref L ' 9 J Q 59 f If gig ' it In .h If I ' I-a . . LT' 'D A -, ,lv if nbl 1. The 1974-75 Latin Club members are: FIRST ROW: Glen Willis, Debbie McGuire, Ronnie Hulme and Becky Paschall, SECOND ROW: Greg Trent, Joel Moxley, Brian Chambless, Susan Schene, Jimmie Harris, THIRD ROW: Robby Musgrave, Cory Nagode. 2. With the help of generous contributions, the AHS Latin Club was able to send these tour boys: Greg Trent, Joel Moxley, Brian Chambless and Cory Nagode to National Junior Classical League Contest in New Hampshire. They returned victorious, 3. A facet oi Latin Club appears in the classroom where Latin students study mythology and the humanities as well as the classics. 4. FIRST ROW: Bonnie Chambless, Anna Koger, Kim Stephens, Mike McDaniels, SECOND ROW: Peter Day, Pam Wilson, Pam Eudy, Marsha Sparks, Mark Fitch, Jay Schene. x . fry ,f ,133 - gf s,,.V".' .QZLJ-.7 'Fa ' .waive 12 ,Ly f' Inf- 'rfi 'Q'- ,f ' -: H--3-1' 5: 55.1 g g . -., , . 4 . .. , 5, L V ,D .fflrp 'J-. , ' '1 YK- rr .' Jigs? i 4 W4 7431-.s-4 ' 2 , , ,f 1. Q-'44 Latin Club Masters Classics, Humanities For its fourth year under Karen DeMoss, the Junior Classical League, a national organization better known at AHS as Latin Club, devoted its monthly meetings to the study of the classics, including Latin, Greek and the Humanities. After three years Latin Club has piled impressive statistics, including winners every year in state contests, and last year tour national placers. Their annual Christmas Animal Shelter Adopt-a-Puppy topped the lOO mark ot well-placed puppies. Officers included Ronnie Hulme, president, Robby Musgrave, vice-president, Jimmie Harris, secretary, and Susan Schene, treasurer. 51 Members of Spanish Club are: FIRST ROW: Greg Mayberry, Jennifer Walker, Scott Pearson, Kathy Mayberry, Mark Hester, Rob Cargile, SECOND ROW: Nancy Couch, Rhe- donna Cline, Vicky McElroy, Patti Lemmon, Rhonda Wad- dle, Karol Sneed, Teressa Harris, THIRD ROW: Lana Spanish Club Swings Lively Fiesta Year Improving knowledge and under- standing ot Spanish life, Spanish Club meets one Wednesday each month. The 38 members and Claudia Brooks, sponsor, heard speakers, ate at El Palacio, picnicked and had a Christmas party. Officers Lu Anne Robertson, pres- ident, Jayna Risen, vice-president, Linda Fisher, secretary, and William Brooks, treasurer, resided through- out the year. 2.-Nancy Couch and Jennifer Walker drive the Spanish Club car in the Homecoming Parade. 3. Members study about Spain, Mexico and cultures. 52 are xii, , , ,,,,,-...-we . M., . H I ' -1 , W: zzz . ff? Q if g ' ,s if i 74 i -V -ns... Af wfiiiw . . 1. Craighead, Gay Watson, Toni Remondino, Trudy Ward, Melanie Miller, Blant Miller, Garth Hoard, Kevin Talley, Claudia Brooks, FOURTH ROW: Steve Cypert, Chris McMurry, David Mordy, Jayna Risen, Linda Fisher, William Brooks and Craig McMurry. ff! .,,, ,, l t- Future Journalists Take on New Look l fr ' Students desiring a journalistic career formed a new club, Future Journalists of America, at AHS this year. Jan Ringwald spon- sored the Ardmore branch of this national club. Members took field trips, heard speakers, dined and saw old films throughout the year. FIA members are: FIRST ROW: Valerie Dickinson, Ronnie Jones, Kay Baker, Laura Moore, SECOND ROW: Becky Slaughter, Jenni l-lann, Scott Holden, Peggy Johnston, Janice Litch- field, THIRD ROW: Jon Thompson, Boots Rabb, John Cross, Darla Segler, Teresa Smith, Cheryl Corbett. 2. Traveling on the bus to the OIPA journalism workshop, Ronnie Jones talks to the back ot the bus while Cheryl Corbett gazes ahead. 3. FJA members Sheri Feiler and Valerie Dickinson laugh it up. 4. FJA officers lounging in the mall are Ronnie Jones, pres- ident, Valerie Dickinson, vice-president, Cheryl Corbett, secretary, Shari Roberson, treasurer, Teresa Smith, program chairman, Jenni Hann, food chairman, Tim Nagode, co- tood chairman, and Laura Moore, co-secretary. 53 Library Club members are, FRONT ROW: Peggy Johnston, Vicki McElroy, Cheryl Roberts, Amy Ruf, Cindy Willis, SECOND ROW: Mark Parker, Sherrie Bivins, Vicki Butler, Nancy Studeman, Lynnette DeBose, Patti Lemmon, Annette Library Club Stacks 'Em In The 2l Library Club members, who are also library aides, gather material for and promote the library, give book reviews and help draw attention to the library. Wilma Rasmuson, librarian, sponsors the club which meets the second Wednesday of each month. Officers include Peggy Johnston, president, Vicki Mc- Elroy, vice-president, Amy Ruf, secretary, and Cheryl Roberts, reporter. 2, Patti Lemmon, Vicki McElroy and Amy Ruf clean and ready books for stacking. 3. Wilma Rasmuson stops her work for a moment to smile at the camera. 4. Cindy Willis busies. herself checking returned books. alvldf ' 41.- -ffl Ashford, Jennifer Walker, THIRD ROW: Pam Pore, Annette Gordon, Nancy Couch, George Bennett, FOURTH ROW: Charles Cox. f1wf2' Medical Interest Spurs Human Anatomy Club vi' f 'g'Jl.:l - ...sn - 4, ' 14. . L 'W' s Human Anatomy members are, FRONT ROW: Randy Empting, Jon Horn, Dale Gall, Linda Hughes, Regina Matthews and .lonna Mayfield, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Margaret Ward, Elizabeth McCharen, Marty Peden, .lim . -I' ,gl I W, . .' ' 'X Lorentzen, Christy Stevenson, Kevin Talley. THIRD ROW: Greg Mayberry, Bobby Walker, Anita Anderson, Glen Willis, Sandy Veeder, Steve Cypert. The 20 Human Anatomy Club members, all pursuing a medical career, formed this new club at Ardmore High. Jonna Mayfield sponsored the group. Members met the third Thurs- day ot each month, hearing speakers and taking field trips. SZ. Christy Stevenson, secretary, .lon Horn, vice president, Bobby Walker, president, Glen Willis, chaplain, and Sandy Veeder, treasurer, presided as Human Anatomy Club's first officers. 3. Margaret Ward and Linda Hughes arrive early for a meeting. 4. Elizabeth McCharen checks plans on the chalkboard. 7'l!l ' Y C511 fir . wIli5.:',:.s tv K,,..,,, - , W at if by gf- - W rss' M H V E , ' gf ,--' 2' jo' ,GM , 9 V , LL,, , , iik by 4 tl K vw ' V ff W 2' 1 ff W MW -'if f- M W G W T V' f N . , Z . G ii ' . M' . W G, ' ' 1:,.,- is si :gf , fwfr? f l ' W .. ' 2 W ' ,Q f' 4 , -. , !' ' ' W 'K is WM W W , W f M: s M .gi , ,.,, I .Sis , 3 R X34 js' , . . , ' ini W r , W f K 5 Lh, , , I :M 5 5, f f L . .. ,,,z K Bxmiligi' sg A Mike Rodriguez, Hughes, Gay Watson, Linda Fisher, Cindy Carroll, Leasa Bev King, Laurie Williams, Mrs. Daniel Pam Anlhony, Vicki Harris, Donna Adkins, Mark' Owen Sieve Cypert, Robert McArthur, Rick Jones, Terri-Page Gil Wallace, Joe Rison, Gary Penclejllhndy Chandler l 4 v - 1 in K ci km, ff 6 . , , iz, 1, fn. W ,K - W. I x x aiyxJ we-mi - WI .A ,Qt ,,.r,1 2-5516 sf tt- . 5.1, assist' "L . .I W " F Council Directs Student Body Another exciting year for the 40 Student Council members sponsored by Jeri Daniel left many memories. The year started oft with a can drive against Ada. Student Council also was in charge of the queen elections, sponsored many dances and went to state convention. Student Council's purpose is to develop leadership, promote outstanding citizenship and to represent the students of Ardmore High School. 3. Cindy Pladzewicz, Bev King, Mike Rod- riguez and Lauri Williams display the weekly winners ot the rejuvenated spirit stick. 4. Officers for 1974-'15 student council are Donna Adkins, public relations, Bev King, president, Laurie Williams, secretary, Cindy Pladzewicz, treasurer, Shaun Wins- low, historian, Mike Rodriguez, vice pres- ident, and Robert McArthur, chaplain. 5, .Terri Daniel, student council sponsor, assists members in taking votes for queen candidates. 6. Mark Owen, Jenni Hann and Donna Adkins tabulate ballots from Homecoming Queen Election. lift lr. wf' cms. z Leaders Gather At Presidents' Council Presidents' Council includes ltop to bottoml Howard McMahan, Robert Dudley, Jesse Storts, Bev King, Bob Walker, Jennifer Hann. Presidents' Council produces an assembly designed to inform the students about the various aspects of each club. Organizations participating in Presidents' Council include: Hey Club, represented by presi- dent Jesse Storts, Future Teachers of America, Howard McMahan, Future Homemakers of America, Lynette DeBose, Leaflets study club, Joan Dupy, Pep Club, Vicki Ashcratt, Mu Alpha Theta, Cindy Pladziewicz, Phi Beta Sigma, Beth Wiles, Music Club, Beth Whitley, Distributive Education Classes of America, Cathy Castle, Lettermen, Robert Dudley, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Doug Loafman, Interact, Marla Roberson, Associate Artists, Jennifer Hann, French Club, Laura Moore, Latin Club, Ronnie Hulme, Spanish Club, LuAnne Robertson, Future Journalists of America, Ronnie Jones, Library Club, Peggy Johnston, Human Anatomy, Bob Walker, Student Council, Bev King, Band, Jim Lorentzen, Senior Class, Cindy Elmore, Junior Class, Jackie Underwood, Sophomore Class, Marcia Mead. 58 l Among Presidents' Council members are: Ronnie Jones, Laura Moore, Beth Wiles, Beth Whitley, Vicki Ashcraft, Jackie Under- wood. l Members of Presidents' Council are: Marla Roberson, Joan Dupy, Cindy Pladziewicz, Cindy Elmore, Lynette DeBose, Marcia Mead. 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XXX' ' A mfg' X 4 gf' w V -'ffl Y 'g TSW -f3.g'55' +524f5 'gr ' ' N V, gifs 5 ,xiii I , N Au Ju V , gn ,wrww N X 'X"'4.L.: Q ami? ff N , K ' " N 455615 MQQ ' , .qww 'W QL' ww- w Q N , ,gf A, K , Q2 ZW" Q 2 3 iff M f f - -' , W , S , lf"?p 5 .f ' Randy Chandler Nancy Cheek Charles Cox Kent Davidson Julie Davis Valerie Dickinson Linda Dinwiddie Joan Dupy David Eaton Cindy Elmore Jana Guthrie Jennifer Hann Cindy Howell Ellen Isenberg Beverly King James Lorentzen Debra McGuire Rod Moore Cindy Pladziewicz Lu Anne Robertson Anne Saylor Doris Slaughter Sue Tanner Bob Walker Beth Wiles Laurie Williams Mary Wright 5 ,ji k w223mzYMfs'1zf'sf" V., .Jw ,wwmtw lx 1 , 1 , ,. M, A? Q Cindy Plcxdziewicz Sctlutcitorictn Sue Tanner, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner, one of the co-valedictorians held a 4.0 grade point average. During her three years at AHS Sue has been active in the Science Club, Pep Club, and was a Junior Representative in the Student Council. She also acted as treasurer ot Leaflets, Secretary of the Math Club, Vice-Pres- ident of the Legal Explorers Post, and Vice-Pres- ident of Bio-Medical Explorers Post. During her Senior year she was team captain of the Swim Team and also attends St. Mary's Church of Ardmore. Jim Lorentzen, son ot Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Lorentzen, was also one of the co-valedictorians and held a 4.0 grade point average. During his three years at AHS Jim acted as Vice-President of Interact, Vice-President of Latin Club, Vice- President ot Math Club, Vice-President of the Bio-Medical Explorers Post, Sergeant of Arms ot Science Club, Band Captain, a member of Medical Explorers Post, and was a Junior Representative. He attends the First Baptist Church ot Ardmore where he is Vice-President ot the Senior High Choir. Cindy Pladziewicz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pladziewicz, was the Salutatorian and held a 3.97 grade point average. Cindy was a member of French Club, was President of Math Club, Secretary of Science Club, Historian for Leaflets, Reporter ot the Band, President of Legal Explorers Post, and Treasurer ot the Student Council. She also attends St. Marys Church of Ardmore. 63 Character Advancement llpplauded SENIORS: Heidi Adair, Vicki Ashcrait, Steve Biddick, Barbara Brooks, Julie Davis, Valerie Dickinson, Robert Dudley, Gary Empting, James Empting, Karan Edmonds, Sheryl Finke, Greg Gilliam, Jimmie Harris, Randy Helms, Linda Higbee, James Horn, Marie Morrison, Kenya Nault, Debbie Orr, Mark Parker, LuAnne Robertson, Cheryl Scearce, Doris Slaughter, DeAnne Single- ton, Christy Stevenson, Jesse Storts, Jon Thompson, Scott Thompson, Luann Trail, Robert Walker, Loretta White, Nan Wildman, Jett Williams, Jim Williams, Brent Bahner, Debbie Brady, Randy Chandler, Nancy Cheek, Karen Conley, Charles Cox, Steve Cypert, Kent Davidson, Linda Dinwiddie, Joan Dupy, Cynthia Elmore, Jana Guthrie, Jennifer Hann, Cindy Howell, Beverly King, James Lorentzen, Ricky Mann, Rod Moore, Mary O'Keefe, Cynthia Pladziewicz, Susan Tanner, Gil Wallace, Becky Waye, Laurie Williams, Beth Wiles. JUNIORS: Donna Adkins, Anna Bean, Cindy Carroll, Terry Cline, Elizabeth Edison, Peter Day, Linda Fisher, Disa Green, Jon Horn, Linda Hughes, Lisa Ingram, David Jones, Ricky Jones, Janet Judd, Kelly Kalister, David Key, Patrick McGee, Gail McMahan, Lachlan McLeod, Beth Maxwell, Robert Mer- rick, Laura Moore, Robert Musgrave, Mark Owen, Boots Rabb, Cheryl Roberts, Mike Rodriquez, Dixie Sisco, Kathy Skidmore, Chuck Tanner, Rita Taylor, Susan Walck, Randy Yates, Susan Young, Mark Fitch, Kristi Gloodt, Pam Hendershott, Ronnie Hulme, Larry Jones, Doug Loatman, Robert McArthur, Addie Meltabarger, Joel Moxley, Cory Nagode, Brenda Osborne, Susan Paxson, Joe Rison, Lisa Sadler, Marsha Sparks, Greg Trent, Jackie Underwood, Sandy Veeder. SOPHOMORES: Roger John Adair, John Alsup, Jana Barton, Valerie Bostwick, Brenda Bowker, John Boyd, Kathi Brewster, William Brooks, Gay Burns, Craig Cathey, Kathy Caves, Laurie Compton, Dan Cook, Lana Craighead, Steve Dickson, Mark Dodge, Janie Fox, Beth Grauel, Sonia Heart- sill, Lee Ann Jones, Nina Jones, Kit Kampschmidt, Anna Koger, Terrie Krohn, Ron Kyker, Robbie London, Donald Lynn Looper, Steve Martin, Kathy May- berry, Marcia Mead, Blant Miller, Dave Mordy, Danny Nall, Terri Page, Julie Polzien, Harvey Rehwalt, Jr., Toni Remondino, Tom Riesen, Blake Roberts, Rae Ann Shipley, Cheryl Smith, Rhonda Smith, Schel Spindle, Leasa Swindell, Linda Taylor, Elizabeth Thomas, Chris Thompkins, Gay Watson, Kim Williams, John Williamson, Shaun Winslow. 1. Looking forward to her third year as NHS sponsor is Sue Cowan. 2. Initiates listen attentively to Cindy Pladziewicz explain the role ot service. 3. National Honor Society members await installation rites. National Honor Society chooses its members on the basis of the individual's grade point average, character, leadership and service to school and community. . .,. X-1 7 i.,.i l 'L M, -I' .S Z7' L, 3 l E 5 X 2 .. r fi gpg, Q .'1ii5fiE"i1'x Bev King is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. Elbert King, Rt. 3, Box C46. She is president oi Student Council and is also a member of Leaflets, Math Club, Science Club and National Honor Society, Bev. plays French Horn in the AHS Band, enjoys water skiing and bicycling and attends the First Methodist Church. Criterion Recognizes Seniors Bob Walker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith F. Walker, 800 Rock- ford Road. Bob is president of Human Anatomy Club, vice-pres- ident ol Science Club and a member oi Key Club and Student Council. He likes water skiing, snow skiing, tlying, football, tennis and motorcycles and attends the First Presbyterian Church. -ff' Vicki Ashcraft is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Ash- cratt, 1730 Salisbury. She is president ot the Pep Club and is also a member of Music Club, She played major roles in two musicals, "The Sound ot Music" and the "King and I". Vicki was also a football Homecoming queen candidate, a delegate to Girls' State, and a nominee for Outstanding Teenager oi America. Vicki enjoys snow skiing and attends the First Baptist Church. .left Williams is the son oi Mr. and Mrs, Leonard K. Williams, 1500 Sunny Lane. Jett is a member of Key Club, Science Club, Math Club and Art Club. He is also a center on the AHS basket- ball team. Jett enjoys camping out and basketball and attends the First Methodist Church. Jackie Underwood is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Under- wood, 1521 'lth NW. Jackie is the president ot the junior class and is a member ot Pep Club and National Honor Society. She enjoys swimming and water skiing and attends Southeast Baptist Church. Criterion Recognizes Juniors Cory Nagode is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Clint Nagode, 530 Cotton- wood. Cory is vice-president oi the Bio-Medical Explorers and is a member ot Latin Club and Science Club. He plays trombone in Ardmore High School band and enjoys music and water skiing. He attends the First Methodist Church. 1 Vicki Harris is the daughter ot Mrs. Roy Harris, 608 Campbell. The 1975 Tiger wrestling queen, Vicki is a member of PTA and Pep Club, sings in the chorus and is an office aide. She enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, tennis, horseback riding and watching all kinds ot sports and attends the First Methodist Church. Mike Rodriguez is the son of Mrs. Jerry J. Rodriguez, 918 B NW. Mike is vice-president ot Student Council and a member of Science Club and Lettermen's Club. He is a member of the tennis team and enjoys tennis, swimming, football and attends the First Church of the Nazarene. IC: :5ifE21.' Zwgff PM 5 MQ J femur- r i .W Marcia Mead is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Mead, lll Meadow Road. She is president oi the sophomore class and is a member oi the girls' tennis team. Marcia enjoys tennis, water skiing, snow skiing and horseback riding. She attends the First Methodist Church. Trudi Ward is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, 1416 Holt. Trudi is secretary oi the sophomore class and is also a member oi Spanish Club and Pep Club. She enjoys bicycling and swimming and attends the First Methodist Church. Criterion Recognizes Sophomores William Brooks is the son of Mrs. June Brooks, 915 Stanley. William is the treasurer oi Spanish Club and a member of Key Club. William plays on the Al-IS tennis team and attends the First Methodist Church. Tom Riesen is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riesen, Jr., 2301 Cloverleai. Tom is vice-president oi the sophomore class and is a member of Key Club. He plays tor the AHS tennis team and enjoys tennis, horseback riding and hunting. Tom attends the First Methodist Church. -vs , .- . ini ,a .-r-. V 4:1 .xv . - we-1 A . 1. Donya Cannon stops for a picture before leaving for New Zealand. 2. For the last time, Ellen lsenberg visits the bubble chairs in the mall. 3. Graham Biften, exchange student from Rhodesia, admires the art exhibit of repeated designs. 4. Before leaving in February,-Sonia Pinto pauses for one last look at AHS. Exchange Students Enjoy Exploring Lifestyles The opportunity to meet new people and explore different lifestyles was the unanimous reason both AHS and foreign students chose to enter the Rotary Exchange Program. On February 8, Donya Cannon and Ellen Isenberg left home for ll months. Donya is exploring New Zealandfwhile Ellen is visiting Australia. Graham Biffen arrived in Ardmore from Rhodesia in late January and quickly made new friends. Later in February, AHS said goodbye to Bolivian exchange student Sonia Pinto who spent a year in Ardmore. 68 Cindy Elmore and Brent Bahner Chosen Opt1m1st Boy and Gul u-nf., W ,w4:.'-- " -P-4151: -"5" IYW7 xx 775: -Q - 'V .bv-I-W ' 1 lv, f V he Wm r 4+ , y -.,.,,7 P ,....-A f-"' W .5 all 1 if . , ir 656 A ,, 525 -1 F 4 f.. ff fi Qin: ,, Q A Q ? ':z I Z , , ,-W.-g 1 nw' gm. W. 1 i -3 - Wh mam 1 Vickie Ashcraft Jesse Storts, Phillip Washington, and Calvin Pierce Kent Davidson Frankie Roberson Gil Wallace Cheryl Scearce Kenneth Williamson Charles Cox Linda Dinwiddle Boys' and Girls' Staters Learn Rules oi Government A Boys' and Girls' States are national programs ot good citizen- ship sponsored and directed by the American Legion Auxiliary. Students are selected for their high moral character, leadership, honesty, scholarship, and government interest. Each person has the responsibilities and duties ot being a citizen by participating in a mythical state. Both organizations are non-partisan, non-political attempts to teach the nation's youth a love ot country and of God. Representing Ardmore High School were 10 boys and 3 girls. David Eaton is not pictured due to graduating a semester early. 7l Civic Organizations Recognize Students l. Joining Optimist Misses ot the Month are Rotary girl for Nov., Sue Tanner, lett and Ruth Chapman, Rotary girl for Jan., third from left. Sandwiched between them is Nan Wildman, Miss :ior Aug. Fourth from left is Joan Dupy, Sept. Miss, Jackie Underwood, Nov. Miss, Beth Wiles, Jan. Miss and Valerie Dickinson, Miss for Feb. 2. As a part oi a continuing program, Rotary hosted several stu- dents at their weekly luncheons. Shown here are, seated, from left, Cindy Howell, Oct., Heidi Adair, Dec., Nancy Cheek, Feb. Stand- ing, from left, Ricky Mann, Feb., Benny Collins, Nov. and Jim Lorentzen, Sept. 3. Ryonis, a civic-minded women's group, invited senior girls to join them for lunch twice a month. 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J, w5'?9 3 'law I ,, A,,,,,Q,,. . 7 4 4 C x f 'V 542 W v I U sa If-4. Q4 , al i -- i . fgvpwf 2 + M :Il 162, 4 Mp...--...,, .ani .ff PM iw, x ? V va 4 ' ' 1-..-wf r. -A . if N QI A, ,,, . , , , 4 79,1 in , NMAS1 'H ., J. ,akin 'L Qi, "'k , "" gp K V' ' ' ff , J' . Q1 " fb" 1 N h : 1 Q: Rf? - - 1 , , K x gum f,.. I Q. wa ig, 'ggsf is AY Na ' Q 3 ' 2' . ,ww .V - A . ,f.. , ,N,, 1 A ' MTB 1' QR lrgz ...Av Tigers Take 2nd in a new Conference G'- .. T . A. , if in-', Q-gg, , Q. - . .. , , 'ri -. rw- "av Q. . qs, , .rs 'f?Sxl5'3': sf' - 3 -:,arf!?f?5ic-2:4 The Ardmore Tigers generate team spirit before the start of the game. September 6 13 20 27 October 4 11 18 26 November 1 8 Schedule The 1974 AHS football team ended the season with pride as they compiled a 6-4-l record. Under the leadership of head coach Tom Walton, the Tigers had a con- ference record of 4-l. Ardmore was in a new conference this year and came up with 2nd place a spot in the state playoffs. Though the Tigers lost the playoffs to the eventual champs Ada, they still held their heads high with the impressive 6-4-1 record. Team AHS Lawton Ike Durant .. .. .. Ada .... ,. McAlester ., , Lawton High ..,... Chickasha .. , McGuirmess ,,,, Lawton MacArthur .. El Reno H., . Duncan ,.,.. ,,,,, , ,.. . ,, ADA fState Playoffsl OPPONENT .... 13 20 ,.,. .14 0 L 6 6 .. .... 27 0 11.20 31 . .42 14 . 3 12 1 .14 'I .. .,..... 26 13 .120 6 3 14 The 1974 Ardmore Tiger Football Team-lst row: .left Rue, Dick Herr, Freddie Hurd, Phillip Washington, Rod Moore, Lawrence McGee, Robert Merrick, Joe Biddick, Bobby Austin. 2nd row: Steve Lewis, Butch Knight, Mark Revelle, Brent Bahner, Robert Dudley, Shannon Reed, Kevin Talley, David Jones, Leo Baker, David Lewis, Coach Frank Luster. 3rd row: Head Coach Tom Walton, Tim Holt, Jett Fine, Zack Parker, Doug Loatman, Phil Guyer, Frank Williams, Gary Empting, Blake Bahner, Randy Emp- Junior haltback Robert Merrick holds a mean poise tor the photographer. ' ting, Paul French, Coach Walter Causey, Coach Ronnie Tipps, 4th row: Randy Helms, Steve Miller, Rennie Collins, Mike Howard, Mike Hamilton, Kent Todd, Kenny Brecht, Pete Moore, Calvin Pierce, Chris Storts, Ricky Hodges, John Boyd. 5th row: Coach Bob Densomore, Virgil Jones, Jerry Harris, Mark Nash, Al Duke, Johnny Beene, Wes Conaster, Danny Nall, Richard Harper, Rob Cargile, and Alan Benson. AHS Football Team Shows Determination Sophomore Kent Todd outruns McAlester defender. .sa-v free-?:flg Coaches and Managers Lead the Tigers to Victory 1. Tom Walton, head coach and Waller Causey, Junior Varsily. 2. Bob Densmore, ofiensive line and .lun- ior Varsity, 3. Gridclers make use of aiiernoon PIEC- lice lime. 4. AHS managers Randy Helms, Jimmy Gill, Ronnie Conway, 8: Bobby Austin. 5. Ronnie Tipps, offensive backs 81 Frank Luster, defensive coach. 3-C H'-1 Ii1illQl.ilfl?,E.A ACE I ff? wc- Wi s1a2MQzz:x1sffxss"m1:v:f zxfzsa "1 sn- 1. Freddie Hurd, 25, and Pete Moore, 22, handoff a kickoff return 2. Quarterback Doug Loafman runs the ball for yardage. 3, Freddie Hurd adds another six points to Ardmore's score. 1 QQ? ff .21f,::'G1r.'f:v14mr'wU:f "L" B-V '.J"li Q-f '1 Kkr 2 1 X J s 1 5. , wh L. , . I . y Tigers Proud of 6-4-1 Season Record 1. Doug Loaiman kicks an extra point while David Jones holds Z. Two Durant defenders mob Freddie Hurd. 3. Pete Moore pulls in a high pass. 4. Senior Rod Moore thinks over second half strategy. . his 1 V'-e 'm1w., if ,V yx a Arclmore's defense prevents Ada from making yardage. Senior Brent Balmer takes advice from defensive coach Frank Luster. Tiger offensive line sets up for action. Luster signals defense while Coach Walton instructs offense on the sideline. fy i R ij f T Ada defensive players "CRUNCH" Senior haliback Rod Moore. Rennie Collins, Tim Holt, and Zack Parker listen intently to halftime advice. Brent Bahner, followed by blocker Robert Dudley, moves for needed yardage. Lawrence McGee awaits pass with open arms. H w se l rxunwizz' .1 up 1. '-14 . igers acquire experience with new foes g mf ll! Ji' f N iE449v .W Minn--f pg 4 QA K M s ,f " ' Vg. QQ, 1. 5 , , ,Q wr sv : xy . N x I? 5 5 Y .2 t...-1 , 5 3 ,quarts mam: Q My ,, qi?-v., -. Q 5 -My :aw :sn w v 'Y' 'C Q... 1 nw - ,- Q Q -. . .Me-" The 1975 AHS Basketball Team-Front row: Coach T. J. Loatman and Coach- Frank Luster. 2nd row: Manager Jimmy Gill, Lonnie Sanchez, Virgil Jones, Wesley Risinger, Robert Dudley, Mike Spen. TEAM ARDMORE OPPONENT Burkburnett, Texas Lawton MacArthur Perryton, Texas ..., Duncan ..,. ,....... ......,.. .,..... Gainesville, Texas Gainesville, Texas Burkburnett, Texas Pauls Valley ........., Pauls Valley ......, Shawnee I ...... . Choctaw .... Duncan ....., McA1ester .............. Lawton MacArthur Durant .................,....... .....-- Chickasha .... McAlester ..,. Duncan ...... Chickasha .... MacArthur .. Durant .,...,. , .1 4-, .. "X" PK., cer, Kenneth Williamson, Calvin Pierce, Robert Curry, William Hightower, Bill Robertson, David Roberts, Wayne Anderson, Doug Loaiman, Ricky Mann, Leo Baker, and Manager Jonathan Williams. B-Team: lst row: Manager Mark Nash, Horace Hearst, Gary Cum- mings, Chris Thompkins, Ron Kyker, and John Black. 2nd row: Coach Frank Luster, Rick McGee, Vince Franks, Lawrence McCar- roll, Mike Howard, David Roberts, Keith Luster, and Coach T. J. Loatman. ', F4-ill A ei, ' XS: ' ' i K 11: 'X Q W .ff ab miie TQUZIG guy.. W Q ff : Q., az V UQ f' 1 I 4 ' 'iff- 1.49.3 UR-A S- 'y +"f', .Sgr 4 Q. fi cg , idx! R 1 -. H 5 z Q wi 'K WWW if 5 4 N W' wwf' Wai' M L . x' HIE ,' . vi X if iv fog 1 Q wg g,, TL, Q J, V X , I L 1 5 'iF f ' QW F .,..,.-..-F Y ,,, , H - .,.. l V, , , , f X av-MMUNH S" ."Sil2" nv. , ,sh u, I --Isis' mms: WV' First row: Mike Pollock, Donald Moyers, David Ruth, Jett Wallace, Mahan, Brent Bahner, Gary Empting, Glenn Willis, .lon Horn, and Kent Davidson, and Robert Moyers. Second row: Howard Mc- Steve Biddick. SCHEDULE TEAM ARDMORE OPPONENT Tulsa Edison , ,, , , ,35 14 . First row: Hugh Dale McKee, Sherman Reed, Robby Musgrave, Blant Bal'-tlesvlue College ' " ""' 6 Miller, Ben Aldridge, and Dick Kerr. Second row: Mike Hamilton, Tulsa Kelley Y ,V Jett Fine, Donald Colbert, Zack Parker, Tim Holt, and Kenny Brecht. 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J A 2 '-' ' r 15 f ' El ' A , C - ,, fl W fe3fff!6'?gr e. r,g3??"gf3i' - A . , -- r , K . ei-fa rg...?r,f.f..Q Amy. -Jia -5 .fj-to-11 A , . 1 ,' A . 5 Q . or .fd . g9,'gff1-,e1s1.fi 3, I . - . ' .X J . i T M V. 4, V s as gf x , 54 if . 'A -'as-ze.:-mgfggfi riiii' if v-'- . we :.. V2 2 4 - Q iesi ,, Y. . . , . A , , X.. .I 'g ' -1 r " ..-- 4 I 1- sail? - mf? - 6 Tiger Grapplers Take Down Foes l. Sophomore Jim Love scores Iwo points to add io the team total. 2. Tiger grapple: goes for a pin. 3. Senior Kent Davidson works for a victory. 4. AHS wrestlers get into shape before ihe season. 5. Donald Colbert moves for a reverse. 6. Coach Eddie Griffin takes a break before practice. 103 7 ,Z .5152 Wflwsrfex U1 nfs 1 , ll "HW ,-A, 1 A:,.,,., - L" ' 6 ww- 3 5 3 3 wi 5 J 3 1 , N., -71-.i1,.,,,.,.c .,,.,, Front row: Jesse Dawkins, Lawrence McGee, Danny Nall and son, Freddie Hurd, and Pete Moore. Back row: Coach Bill Cole- Robert Merrick. Second row: Walter Moore, Richard Harper, Brad- man, David Lewis and Mark Nash. ley Lee, and Mike Spencer. Third row: Johnny Beene, Alan Ben- Thinclads Dash For High Honors High hopes for State grow as the Ardmore track team practices at Walker Stadium daily with Coaches Coleman, and Loafman. At the indoor held in the Myriad, the Ardmore Tigers fin- ished fifth with 57 schools par- ticipating. High place finishers were Pete Moore, in long jump, Merrick and Spencer in hurdles, McGee in high jump, and Nall with Lewis in the 440 and 880. Freddy Hurd was the second place finisher in the 60 yard dash. The Tigers 8-lap relay team is composed of McGee, Hurd, Moore, and Dawkins. Coaches feel that the Tigers have State Champion material in the 100 and 220, with Hurd, Pete Moore, and Dubie Moore. In the Discus and Shot, Pierce and Beene should also excell. Tournament Schedule Mar. 8 Graham Tex. Mar. 15 Ardmore Fun Country Mar. 21 Southeast Mar. 22 Duncan Mar. 29 Ada Apr. 4 Norman High School Apr. 5 McAlester Apr. ll OSU Apr. 12 OU Apr. 18 Midwest City Apr. 19 Ada Apr. 23 Lawton fcont. meetl Apr. 26 Pauls Valley May 3 Regional May 9-10 State Meet lu. I rf? , dggqp-Q-u-1 -- --Qlniqpi .5,,qu-q-pun. --- 107 q M Coleman s Speedsters Blaze To Gold Medals Coach Bill Coleman gives Robert Merrick some tips on distance running. Robert Merrick takes a practice lap around the Walker Stadium track. Lawrence McGee does some leg stretching prior to his event. Mike Spencer prepares to take to the track tor a trial run. Mike Spencer ponders an upcoming meet while exercising. af I Q www ,eff fl, .l,,, ff ,W X 5.40.4 fl' .W " K f.z'1vJ wt. u rv- 4 V 't.., Q A - n , M Q f , U " K-' ' 11:52 ' a. :- Vg. .-.,. V l Mike Spencer takes the southeast turn in stride. Allen Benson, David Lewis, Pete Moore and Mark Nash jog together during a workout. Sophomore Danny Nall observes his teammates' styles while stretching out. Lawrence McGee finishes the hurdle course at Walker Stadium. While relaxing, Robert Merrick and Mike Spencer watch a close race. Tracksters Hurdle Gbstacles Enroute To State 'Ea .u A ,'5 1 1 ": 110 I I Members of the 1975 Tiger baseball team are ffront rowl Bill Snider, Tom Smith, Mike Chandler, Dennis Long, Bobby Dyer, Steve Brooks, Blant Miller, Chad Craddock, Rod Moore, Randy Chandler, Butch Knight, Shannon Reed, David Pruett, Mark Dodge, lsecond rowl John Williamson, Terry Key, Boots Rabb, Jerry Stout, Gil Wallace, Chris Tompkins, Gary Cummings, Tim Orn- dorlt, Wes Riginger, Ricky Mann, Robert Dudley, Gary Conway, Terry Livington, Ronnie Conway, lthird rowl Ronnie Tipps, coach, Dennis Nicholson, coach, Randy Empting, manager, Howard McMahan, manager, David Key, Doug Loafman, Tim Elmore, Robert Curry, Wes Conatser, Chris Feiler, Steve Miller, Lynn Looper, Bobby Austin, Tom Walton, head coach. 1915 ARDMORE TIGER BASEBALL SCHEDULE March 1 ....,,,, 4 .....,., 8 Yl...... 13 ,.,.e.,. 15 ...,.,,. 17 ,s,,s ,1 18 ,s,,e, 1 20 v,,,,,s 21 t,..... ,,ees,,s,. ,... 22 ,s,r,r,,,....,..,,, ,1 ,s,,,, ,, 26, 27, 28, 29 ,,,.,.,,..,.,,,,,, ......,....,,,, ,,,, 29 lit beaten early in Moorel ,,.... 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Shannon Reed guards tirst base. 5. Assistant Coach Ronnie Tipps gives in- structions on first. 6. Gil Wallace waits for a third base play. 7. Senior Rod Moore throws a curve to the batter. ft,-A -'QV' K- 'I I 'T N 5 Q -1 'V ' Q, -- .., -, ...- -r . ,wma-we-Ja , 5:,4.,,,,,4.a, , 4 419- ..t A. y ' L. is'-N, ml-. ,A,-""' 'fn H ,, -1. f, , flxf., , 'fag -X ' ,W 'A V. V: ,. I V. .ew ,N. -L , A wg: H55-:,"'5f'33 ,J?,,,1, W Nik A -'HQ fag. ff, 'x 4f"5?Qf12':awm 'WSL-'!1Kzf,g f-25 ,K , we x f' ,mgviaQ,4'-, M y-.,.M.,a,,4r . , i 5 ., ,S ,,'1,vV,v, s +, f , ,.-.M V V , 4 ,Q , Q " XX 4, " f X 2 ' f 32 6-J' ,141 I 5:55 R. - Q- , xi M if 3 in yvsglfg M , . , v 1 245, J "Q ""' Y' Q- g gg gi iw .V fa wa" , V' 1 ff lf ,Q ,L A 2, ,. V ,gfT1'Q,g ,f x , Eg, ' ff., F-'f Q , i . h h 1 Q L27 ?"?i"6.a1vk+."' fi - , I 9 , gb ,M ,, I L Z f' I ' 5 ff 'V . , N F1 'LV f " 'JZ My '12, . g' if Qfkwll fQ29""wf"" 75' W 5 H L " I .A 2 ' ff: ff 0 A 1 17315134 . 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Netters practice daily at the B Street courts during sixth hour in preparation tor 'top competition in the season. Six boys and six girls compete in varsity duals as well as two doubles teams in both boys' and girls' competition. Teams played this year included rivals Duncan, Ponca City, Shawnee and Norman, and the netters traveled to tournaments at Duncan and Denison. l. Boys' tennis team players are ltront rowj Dave Mordy, Lachlan McLeod, Marc Dickinson, Iback rowl Carl Griffin, Mike Rod- riguez, William Brooks. 2. Junior Cheryl Spencer prepares to serve up a few surprises for her opponent. labovel 3. Girls' tennis team players are lllack Rowl Susan Schene, Babette Cramer, Cheryl Spencer, and Lynette Boone, lFront Rowl Donna Adkins, Lisa Ingram, Marsha Mead, Lizzie Edison and Susie Walck. 4. Sophomore William Brooks goes all out to make a backhand return. lbelowl ' 'J ll5 f If zgim 1? 'W"""' I 'Vid 4545129 116 -, f fa N3 x f' ,A bf' 'x K "4,.'w"'3f-" ba. 3 ' 5 E..- -fa XX v ,, ,- ,ka ' 'r'- 'A- ', 'Q-'5w,,, V Q.. ,Q ." e- '- .af ' 'nf-is 4550- .,,.u-.. ' "r . A+ 1, MT' T-W' . . ' .V . V f- A . F' I-P ,L W .-if.. , an . ,WWA ,W . are , , , . 3 .f,' ...-:4.,,. Y -, ' J- ..- I , -- 'M y . I 4. -N "'g.: ., ,lk D-.Qi S lt 'si' .-1, - I -f -W., N I .pup fx X, .',,- ,V . , ,fi"V'1'.f - ' F new . s S , y rf Ma'1ww ws." .. A 'K' wmv: H 'A' T 'F -was Golf team members are: Randy Helms, Jim Williams, Ronnie Hulme, Joe Rison. Second Row: Steve Douglass, Kent Todd, David Pool, Greg Gilliam, Tom Riesen, Jim Davidson, and Ed Douglass. fit: .L The 1975 AHS Golf Team, under the leadership ot Coach Hershal Gilliam, began the season with high expectations. With seven seniors, two jun- iors, two sophomores and one freshman out, the golfers played duals with Ada, Duncan, Lawton, Gainesville, Denton, and Idabel. They also played in the Falcon- head Tournament, the Wichita Falls Tournament, the Denton Tournament, the Sherman Tour- nament, the Duncan Tournament, the Lawton Tournament, the Re- gional Tournament held here at the Dornick Hills Golf Course, and the State Tournament held at the Broadmoore Golf Course in Moore. The linkmen practice daily after school at Dornick Hills. Fairway Floggers Drive To State Coach Hershal Gilliam gives instructions to AHS golfers before practice. Sophomore Kent Todd tees off at the first hole at the Dornick Hills Golf Course. lu.. .. 1" .1-Q. . R ff' E 'rgrxv gee- Q b, l i 1 5 1 . gl 'J flu Sl . ' WSJ Members of swim team are ltront rowl Kit Kampschmidt, Brenda Osborne, Sue Tanner, Susie Ware, Mike Mannerberg, Chuck Tanner, Matt Biddick, Kevin Murphy, lsecond rowl Kathy Caves, Kim Bytord, Karol Sneed, Cindy Pruitt, Janet Bumpass, Lynn Looper, Ronnie Spencer, Joe Lee, lthird rowl Coach Larry Darter, Risee Stribling, Cary Ross, Tim Stolta, Swimmers Stroke To Victory Twelve boys and nine girls in grades 9-12 compose the AHS swim team which was formed last year. The swimmers competed in the Oklahoma State University Cowboy Relay at the Stillwater campus and finished 12th. They hosted the Norman High School swim team on Dec. 21 and Okla- homa City Northeast on Jan. 8 at the YMCA pool. The swimmers competed in the state tournament Feb. 28 through Mar. 1 at the Oklahoma Univers- Cody Tomlison, Chris Nightengale, John Cross, Terry Cline. - ,Q ik, Q ,r . ity pool. AHS swimmers meet daily at the YMCA pool and are coached by Larry Darter, YMCA physical director. 2. Swimming coach Larry Darter gives last minute instructions to Kit Kampschmidt before he takes to the water. 3. Kit Kampschmidt and John Cross take a break during practice. 4. Junior Linda Fisher glides through the water. ll9 f P I E 5 az. ,,.. P, 2 , , ,H Wwe, 1 ,fy . E D ,., Slim. RN ., Van, I . , y MW 453, ..,, -4 1? 2,- xs ,a , ,- W f Z 1"7.fQl','?Q,':, -' TL'-fl' 'xii -jfQf'Q' 'WL' ff 1'4-'Z'ai'1?f'5 'i"r'z".f' H :L fx 'Y .ff fff' .i,l?,Q..,1,! il 1" '! if ' 'ff f. 1 -' 1 , ,J DJ: -,' .555 5-'X u1H5',:fx rf 'f I, " 1 I if ai,-X 1 alla, ! ll ff A mwf 1 .lf H. V A I f ' I 1' I V I 'X ! XXXW if KN -f- X X X R f- ix X NX WNW X xx XX X gg WX ix X ESX 'QM XXX x N ik 0 gi f' J' YsX.E.-... :E-1'--.:::. 'H kg K ENS Q. gg N X 6? J fl! 5 ,ff W P :- E E 9- E. 3 'Wxxxxm 4 Z4 N iNMNX I 1 . . 2 NEIL? 'iff -lZ5Lif,ff if' 4 Z . 2 X Lf-iff "4f, jcjf,g ,' e f 1 ,iff f if 5: XQ- f ' W 6fmf-na 1 f fs-14,1 ,fm . J,V 1a l 4 f Q fi!! 2 ' nf 1 W2 ' f I -iz-"""' - -im , ....i ' 1: ll I I fl: I lm! ffffrif? 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Q k.,,- , .sh I NI..."-.Il-.,. 'xpwlNKXkXXXXxXXvkXxN' .wwfiix lwwt vw wwvwr ' .Wy 4..if'N..,f-5-w.17..'-"'fS'-f-1 A ,, , :,'L5f I V 4 E,V,:6::I I ' 1 X Tiff, l' . i J . ' X' 1 "1 , 1 W -A 2 . l , ,N f. . , . , , . f X, ,J X ' - - -ff'Gf x w'.-' V -r -- X-f. .-.h .' .'-'A :bi "'4 gg-gg I -""' ' . A .k. , . 'f . " f : ftr-Nix ' A 9Q"f'f i-' A 1' NQ- i mf-f1.fffx:1 Q -.NQ 2, LQ. .l,Q - xf 5 N A f ' X Administration Supervises Current School Business Assistant superintendent, Dr. Irvin Carter relaxes on his desk top. Pictured during Board ot Education meeting are Martin Dyer, board attorney, Bill Ware, superintendent, James Nash, Board president, Bill Ware, superintendent ot Ardmore City Schools, pauses by his office bookcase. The Board ot Education slate tor 1975 included Herbert Unchurch, an employee ot the Noble Foun- dation who represented Ward IV, Mary Sue Arnn served as Deputy Clerk from Ward I, James Nash returned to serve as president from Ward II and Lee Woodside, member-at-large, served as vice-presi- dent. Ward III representative, James Dolman re- signed early in the year. Martin Dyer was retained as board attorney while Clovis Swanner became Board treasurer. Elizabeth Minzes served as board clerk. Board auditor was Woodrow Hulme. Lee Woodside, vice-president, Herbert Upchurch, Mary Sue Arnn Deputy Clerk and Dr. Irvin Carter, assistant superintendent. mfwa:xy,, Dr. Glenn N. Smith, principal of Ardmore High School, in his fourth term at A.H.S. led the students through their first tull year at the New Ardmore High School. Presiding as assistant principal is Marshall Mills. Mr. Marshall Mills ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Dr. Glen Smith PRINCIPAL The implications in man's abil- ity to discover and accumulate knowledge can be seen most clearly it it is remembered that unless he destroys himself he will continue to learn as long as he lasts. What he makes ot him- self will depend on how he uses his knowledge and will depend on the very level, not ot a few individuals, but ot all individ- uals of our great country. The discovery and accumula- tion ot knowledge does not necessarily mean that man's lot will improve, tor man will be- come increasingly lethal if he continues to gain in knowledge and not in wisdom. Glenn N. Smith Principal I . i , I 7 , V YYY A . qt wir' gpegatzwvw- W wynajm' W7 g'f1W2y-3"-?' "" l I I I Q Qi ,Q ' L,,- m n S Structure Programs , f ' ' , , I j V V, , l. Mary Aldridge, secretary to the business di Qf , ,ff rector, poses outside the office building. f 5 V V' ns W f,i, . -' 2. John Cowan, supervisor of grounds and butld " 1 ings, steps off the stage of the Little Theater ,.', . 3. Director of federal programs, Charles Dabbert fri, V L rummages through a stack of cassettes. , ,Q , . 4. Frances Essary, secretary to the superintendent ,,,h 5 - ' J relaxes in her comfy chair. ' 1 5. The office building provides a backdrop tor , , -' 9353 , 'K Elaine Holloway, attendance clerk. 6. Emmett Hudgins, director of elementary educa tion, takes a break. 7. Signing papers occupies Elizabeth Minzes, financial clerk. 8, Cecil Morris, business director, greets visitors 9. .lerita Roberson and Joyce Ray, instructional material center aides, share a joke. g Students Aide Office Staii Office Aides this year had many various jobs. There are six office aides each hour with two pick- ing up attendance slips, three doing miscellaneous tasks and one assisting the counselors. A 'B' average is required for all office aides. Office Aides: FRONT ROW: Linda Hig- bee, Jana Guthrie, Anna Bean and Kay Jackson. BACK ROW: Elise Chapman, Rita Taylor, Nancy Piatt, Rheclonna Cline, Laura Moore, Vicki Harris and Tammy Creecy. ,funn ' . 2 Kay Jackson waits for a phone call Sth hour. h . 3 Office Aide Beth Maxwell rests a minute before picking up slips 4 Linda Hughes looks at a magazine in her spare time. 125 Lady Officials Settle 111 New School Sue Peterson is the new secretary to Dr .Smith and Mr. Mills. She takes dictation and handles correspondence and acts as registrar taking care of all requests for transcripts for new students, recording and filing all transcript informa- tion for old and new students. She keeps class rolls, class schedules, honor rolls and student awards. In other words, she does anything and everything she can to be a help to Dr. Smith. This is Mary Ann Mayberry's first year as school nurse. She is not only the nurse tor the high school, but for all the grade schools, the middle school and the junior high. She stressed teaching students disease prevention and better health habits. Norma Taylor is Ardmore High School's attendance clerk. She keeps track of student absences and writes admits tor students. Mrs. Taylor says she truly enjoys working with the kids. l. Mary Ann Mayberry is always on hand to help students. 2. Sue Peterson does a little bit of everything to aid in the smooth running ot Ardmore High School. 3. Norma Taylor writes down absences from the teacher's slips. 'I26 2 1 Counselors Give Students Valuable lldvice 1. 2. 3. Cooks and Ianitors Keep School Together so E, .Q -1-u 5 ,ano n T , M ,. fe s s ,,,' f 5, 4 " , . ,ag 'W ' 1 ,W W A 5 J ,,,, ,Q I va, I i M ,J S W ,, ,L , :v i lla , erm, ,tj 21, , '--W" rt '11-z 1' " , fr -Iwi, ,ev e n - :-fgygggfu A ' . egg, . fl 7- :stu in f , ' Mlf u, . if " ' 24 ,ifzrQs1 Lef'fe:,S? 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I yqmnmukwlwfliwgvm:lJl,l'kllIlllwwli W gl lux A gf, 2 E I I K -I . X q,,w,.vu ,ny - , K V 1 , , a..fE1,xxQ4xMQiixxA XQX H WSW AX, X 5 5 y WW """r,,, 3-bf, A A 'L V' 'lrt ,' F A Z b 5,4,3.gI'ilI0allnHlH1 '- ' ' 1 if ' 3' f A 5 'f "' f ',-. j , xx 1, y'4 W I i ! A P W K. MM AA A 1 f Y ' Lv ,-L- ,.W' ' ' I ' I " ff2gg ig9, , i , A' Mgr-QW X A 4 ,. . kkkk W 4 A . J . wf. mv,-1 I A, 4 f , , 3 Z '3 X ,, f 1 , K ' 4 A' ' ' f --.4f f f , A eg ,,. 7' j ,. 4 Z4 4 13:2 far-:g,k4f , .1 .f,, ,f x A 4 fl M P772 ' A Wayne Austin Diesel Mechanics Harris Blount Auto Mechanics Deatra Burnam Registrar! Secretary Susan Christian Secretary l Wanda Cruson Business Office Education Cleo Dupy Assistant Director Edward Gloodt Machine Tool Operation Coleen Gunter Occupational Orientation Nolan Hester Carpentry Ralph Hinman Drafting Darlene Jester Food Services Douglas Morris Welding 1. Teachers aide learns the fundamentals of the Data Process- ing machines, 2. Sherrie Bivins styles wigs in Cosmetology. 130 f , sg ,ef fgylf 1 ,.,.- aes --9 Nl -Q-13 .lack Stone Director Othell Newton Financial Clerk Joseph White Auto Body Repair Henry D. Venable Air Conditioning Students Acquire Career Skills Z' i r It I-ll 1 J- ne' Jo Ann Ratliff Cosmetology John Pryor Data Processing Lee Pratt Occupational Orientation .gy-.. 1. Lee Piatt demonstrates small engine repair in Occupational Orientation. 2. John Pryor instructs his class about Data Processing, 131 Louise Aker s Business Elecia Baker Chorus Claudia Brooks Spanish Helen Cargile English III s 4 2 . Walter Causey Algebra Dorothy Caywood Speed 'Reading Ellen Cleaver Physical Education Betty Coleman Vocation Rehabilitation 132 I s, 'Mit . . , EM, x lv' 1. Charles Migliorino and Claudia Brooks go over papers from classroom work. 2. Louise Akers lectures from her desk. 3. Dr. Glenn Smith is caught eating his lunch. -vi? Phyllis Connely Speed Reading Ed Cook English II Sue Cowan Business N v Jeri Daniels gives us some of that there proper-like English." The Three Musketeers? The Old Mix With The New Johnny Crutchfield American History .Teri Daniel English III Karen DeMoss Language Arts Palsy Dodge Business l. .Ian Ringwald peeps out from behind her desk. 2. Jenna Mayiield's gestures add also Io her classroom discussions. 3. Charles Migliorino says "A dime saved is a dime earnedl" 4. Oh, this is ridiculous, says Wilma Rasmuson. Eddie Griffin Wrestling Shirley Harm Home Economics Mary Hatler Biology .Tune Holden English IIfSpeech 134 Charlotte Hudgins Chorus Annie Johnson Typing Barbara Keith English II C 5351525 , 2' I in a ll ..-Q44 1. Joe Willis shows us how io scare away the enemy. 1, 2. Johnny "Flash" Cruichfielcl, caught eating again, hopes it . X , s . doesn'i slow him down. zz.: Wil ' 'ml ,,,,. A 1 I .4r-1' ,. ' : fig-we iii-:ssl W iiiiiifii- - -'?55:54Eg: . ,1.,5..-V I again-Q. wg.,-,,,si,,-.. .- ,fisrsasi-Sl :,:..,,-3. rf: , - WB' 1 f.4'y.3Q..,y:r-,vnu i ,' e R-3.--w 1 yf.,n'--.,r'-rr l Jzfi-xi-:Si .,.,-lZc',r5?fa-ffl-'fi . . Teachers Enjoy New Facilities Lf Frank Luster Basketball Ruih McGee Biology Jorma Kay Mayfield Biology Jerry Menz Distributive Education Mike Meize Band Jenny Morrison English IV Dennis Nicholson Psycho1ogyfSocio1ogy 2 Wilma Rasmuson Librarian Jan Ringwald Journalism Carol Saylor CompositionfCreative Writing Charles Smith Physics .Io Dawna Smith World History Eugene Todd Driver Education Lena White Home Economics Joe Willis American History . Marshall Mills, Earl Allen, and Eugene Todd get together to do some talking before school, .Phyllis Connely helps a student out on a question. . Dennis Nicholson and Charles Migliorino play a game of marbles to relax. .Teachers enjoy the Christmas banquet given by the Food Dept. at home ec. .Ruth McGee examines some papers in the Biology room. . Louise Akers, Elizabeth Kruse and Ruth McGee receive refreshments at the banquet. 136 Faculty Guide Students Toward Better Future Q ix X, f S Q .ss , ' S A A .X n 'Sri' S . A .13 i .. .l it . in as JW . Charles Migliorino, Jeri Daniel, and Joe Willis enjoy a cup oi punch at the teachers' Chrislmas party. Jan Ringwald gets betier ideas as she looks over a progress repori. Ed Cook breaks away from his book. Johnny Cruichiield looks up after a few moments of lecturing. A few AHS faculty members start to enjoy iheir Christmas break. Harold Holder wonders why he ever came here today. Louise Akers and Joe Willis exchange lechniques on teaching. Elizabeth Kruse relaxes with some refresh- ments. ,Norma Taylor rambles around her desk during a day of work. l38 e I Teachers Realize A Gradebook Isnt Everything 1-L' NE fl 153 xg 'nege- V I, I pgip A44 , T '11 f' 5 f . f. 'K vxl . ' , ' , , , , ,N al, . ,S , ,A ,, 5.4, x A Sf j-33' 1 3,-f M K ' f, '.'jQi9:t13g1' i ,g ' ,x :-.1e,.3,., Aigfiifg V , 4' ,ff .F X 553g3f,3-2.3-L: " Q. fr gesiivfgg A , .Q A x'fl.f1igifQQiF3g'5"fH.'? . ' 'iW.:g'.'fg: W ef , " 1 f 5' - fa' - L' ' I-F1-'-1--5 -.ffgadev '. ,'f,9:'g:. K bfi., LL' - , K' f ...iggm-.3Q, .- , , JN' 1 ' .. r . Aug? .g:3nx.,f . -, A .i , HFS! V , A In nv io -f wwf? gf ez 'W Jeri Daniel gives ideas about American Literature Eugene Todd displays his moto of driving. Dr. Glenn Smith checks over things in his office. Marshall Mills talks things over with a student. Ellen Cleaver demonstrates another part of PE. 140 3 Seniors Breathe Sighs oi Relief Alan Fite works on a television in his electronics class. Diane Henson, Susan Scott, and Jenni Hann throw pots in their art class. Mike Pollock, Lou Ann Barnett, Mike Spencer, Sheryl Finke, and Cheryl Scearce untold and stuit napkins tor the float-building. Pam Fore contemplates what to do next as she overlooks the winning Senior Float. Stan Ouillen, Chad Craddock, and Jerry Stout mess up the menu in the cafeteria. In the library, Debbie Orr concentrates on a book. Carla Coble, Mary Lynn Wright, and Linda Higbee stuff ghosts in the float. Vicki Ashcratt and Karan Edmonds complain about all the napkins they had to stuff. Howard McMahan displays a Senior sign in the Homecoming parade. Dee Ann Singleton tries to explain to Cindy Elmore the art of float building. Glenn Willis finds something more interesting than his Latin class while Jimmie Harris and Becky Paschall work on a translation. S If X i 3 Y .4 s an . -. 1, y C r. . ,F 1 1 X --. 3 I 3 . f- W ' egg: -Q L' A, f' i r . I 'H' . .WK N L 2 r . 1 ' , , I H 'r v 'il' V 1 1' ai 5 -. , . 1, , r . 1 -1 ,ff il. 1 . N W 4. l' in' i9 X,..f" 11. Q. 1 . I S .1 Inf. .gi ,. f -x v fx ,- f xfx V ,fxfx .f. .4 x'N.J -CJ 1 3' g:x:i'+1fva i '-.U-X N-. - "',4"'L,. ' ,x P R A.. MI- A-H g px., .,,- y.. fx - R .. N- X:-, --,K -ia-,:' --N, I1 -4' - Km, ' .A K. M ,. -f Q 1 Hrwf, ,eg X 4 . , I , ,h ' A xx fy I cuss omcms, cindy Elmore Presiden! Jo Heston vice-Presidem Lu Anne Hob Johnny Crutchfield SPOUSOY QQ erison Secreiary 491 v. if Heidi Adair David Aldridge Gary Almon Anira Anderson -5-v David Anderson Pam Anthony Don Arness Vicki Ashcrail Ken Ausiin .lim Bachman Bren! Bahner Carla Battles ...Q :.-XY Time Brings Biii2nSa?fS?e" Changes For Seniors 1. Sue Tanner and Doris Slaughter stop by their locker before they go io their swimming class. 2. Bobby Walker and senior friends talk inside of one of their ieacher's lounges. 2 ' iI.Iio!f -. 4 1, Si" - if 345 at QM 2 ii W HL 5 1 Q 45, wx ii .V ,f E 1 1 K L: - 1 Z h 1 z ,Q k 'ffw N 5 E3z:f 1 2 f ff ML E i il N' LV" --"p1:fl"-iii s 'Fi' ,C v? 4.2: 4 I 1 z ,JJ C' A Z u l ia Q 1 lui, h V, Senior Participation Adds Up Kenya Nauli and Jo Keeton throw a smile to their on lockers. Shannon Reed lakes a rest before class begins. Sue Tanner, Cindy Pladziewicz, and Jim Lorenizen are honored about being National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Bonnie Chambliss Charlie Champion Karen Conley Randy Chandler Ruth Chapman Nancy Cheek Chad Craddock Kara Crews l if-'r--.R ' ' - I ln " I John Cross Carla Coble Kenny Collins Charles Cox Dennis Cumbie Robert Curry Sieve Cyperi Breni Cassidy Debbie Daniels Jim Davidson Kent Davidson Julie Davis Alice Dawkins Dale Deberry Greg Denkins Valerie Dickinson Jeii Williams hangs up signs for his classmates. Ns ,I 1 safes, all fi xl x 'F 4 ::, at s- 3: ' -is 'ln ,W-Ji will Linda Dinwiddle Ed Douglass Steve Douglass Diane Ducoie Robert Dudley AI Duke Joan Dupy Bob Dyer David Eaton Ronnie Edelen Karan Edmonds Cindy Elmore Seniorihs Hits Joe Wxllms gmves Ruthie Chapman and J1mm1e Harrxs Cmdy Howell Pam I-'ore and Belh Wxles paxnt senlor slgns for the Ada game. lg- 'mf'-V-W, r:f,,W,..kmx.w:,-mvxai JQ.,.W':m:.v.. zww f' V H ffgmgq Greg Gilliam Jana Guthrie Nancy Hamilton Dan Hampton Jennifer Hann Jimmie Harris Ray Harris Rhonda Hart Ginger Havens Kerry Hayes Roger Hays Randy Helms Georgia Ann Henry Dennis Hicks Linda Higbee Teresa Higgins Jenny Morrison's senior English class wishes they were some where else. w"":z-: Julie Hill Garth Hoard Jacquelin Hake Scoit Holden Carol Holt James Horn Cindy Howell Spunky Hunt Ellen Isenberg Lisa Johnson Peggy Johnslon Pam Jones Phyllis Jones Ronnie Jones Jo Keaton Kem Keelon Lynwood Kindt Bev King Becky Waye seems very mysierlous -in L. . 7'-' QF?- 5. si Nu 41... -Q... Seniors Poke Fun At School Work More power io seniors says .Terry Stout. jg. f Kathy Kirk Avis Kinsaul Butch Knight Stephanie Landeros William Landrum Bradley Lee Ricky Lewis Beverly Long Jim Lorenizen Dan Maior Ricky Mann Greg Mayberry Elizabeth McCharen Rick McFall Lawerence McGee Debbie McGuire Lk 'l Kristi McKee Howard McMahan Sieve Means Robin Menke Patty Meyer Dianne Michelini David Miller Pam Miller Lisa Mills Ronnie Mitchell Rod Moore Paula Moran Marie Morrison Derrick Morton Lawrence Morris Donald Moyers Steve Myers Tim Nagode Kenya Nault Laurie Newton Mark Newton Rusty Noble Kevin O'Dell Tim Orndortf Debbie Orr Dwight Osborne Becky Paschall Scott Pearson Debra Peevy Billy Pemberton Gary Pence Marsha Pickens S-S-SENI-I-IORS Cindy Howell and Luann Trail study hard in accounting. Kenya Nault thinks about her semester test. Laurie Newton, Kristi "Mon- key" McKee, Nancy "Weenie" Wood, Sonia Pinto "Bean", Doris "May" Slaughter, Nan "Wildwoman" Wildman get to- gether in their usual manner. 155 Calvin Pierce Sonia Pinto Cindy Pladziewicz John Pollock Mike Pollock Roger Ponder David Pool Kathi Pritchard Anne Pulte Sian Guillen Shannon Reed Mark Revelle Brenda Rhodes Susan Rice Rita Richards Wesley Risinger '71 7 Carl Roberts Laurie Williams displays her ability to get out of a cocoon. ll I ll We ve finally made it 119 Mark Rozzell .To Donna Russell David Ruth Lonnie Sanchez Anne Saylor Cheryl Scerce Roslyn Scott Susan Scott Connie Sharp Charles Shoemaker Dee Anne Singleton Doris Slaughter Greg Smith Linda G. Smith Linda J. Smith Michael Spencer Christy Stevenson Onsbey Stevenson Jesse Storts .Terry Stout Sharon Stuckey Sue Tanner Scott Thompson Jon Thompson Dale Throneberry Luann Trail Dewayne Triviit Annette Tfovaio Pai Vernon Bob Walker Gil Wallace Phillip Washington Christie Watkins Becky Waye Sherrie Whaley Loretta White QQ!! .af A ,B ,- A 056' i 1- K , x ,, .. Y ., 1. Robert Rowe Johnny Allen Seniors, Kara Crews, Roger Hayes, Anna Wilson, .Io Donna Russell, Peggy Johnston, Ray Harris, Connie Bennet! and Spunky Hun! meet during break. , ,A -fvf, 'z ,L 1 'Z ' 2" A Belh Wiles ' sy A ' , Nan Wildman if Beth Whitley ' Jeff Williams 'Q , I N - K N 5. , if W lf flu! .xvim-1,13 U I I Q Jim Williams Laurie Williams Kenneth Williamson 5' Glenn Wmis if-f' Anthony Wilson Anna Wilson Nancy Wood th, gk Denise Worley s- ,, Cynthia Wrigh! Mary Lynn Wright Terri Young 5 ,. I MGII10IleS HdL1I1i SSI1lOIS 21 32520533115"?nSaSlv?3uEZ,f,T'gKhZ' ifiiemd 'O his mum ii iii? .:,,i,,f L+- , '-fiff A 2 - i, - -- sf,ygvez,g ., ,iw fiw L V ' In 1. Sean Brewer and Beth Lathrop relieve wriler's cramp for a quick shot. 2. These Juniors realize what is the mos! boring class of the year. 3. Juniors display beer cans io show who can. 4. Debbie Lee and Jayne Agan wail impatiently for the nexi bell. 5. Sheri Fieler and Jeanna Harris enjoy sharing with oihers. 6. At the sight of ihe office girls Jeff Wallace knows he's late again. 7. Mike Vernon, Joe Rison, Mike McPherson, and Sieve Miller boost Junior spirit during Tiger pep assemblies. l6O Juniors Work Hard 4 ,- Q , yy., .yrr he ,E be N-1-as ' 'L y iii A ff 4 .' V J 4' L gr ,Q f "ii ii L I .'A-she g Q, To Reach Goals 9 . 1: tg L52 -L " , A , . 1 H A 14 v .sa , ,,,A 1 as JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS, STANDING: Pam Wilson Secretary-Treasurer, Jackie Underwood, Presidentf SITTING: Robert Merrick, Vice-President, Karen De- Moss Sponsor P- 'fill "fl .- ..- ,J ll 'S x J., a 4 I I n 1 1, 'Qt Eleana Aaron Tim Acox Terry Adcock Donna Adkins Jayna Agan Marilyn Akers Paula Allion Thomas Anderson Wayne Anderson Sam Andrews Jill Armslrong Annetle Ashford Rosalyn Arrnsirong Bruce Ayles Chuck Bachman Kay Baker Donald Ballard Anna Bean Pat Beaver George Bennett Sherie Bivens David Blalock Debbie Blalock Becky Blizzard RS U n ES Tlfm fan :AT Q I Marla Roberson, Marsha Sparks, and Tamyra Crawley have a few Tim Acox contemplates sketch mdeas laughs during lunch. Lynette Boone Dianna Bonner Tens Bradley Jo Ella Breath Sean Brewer Curtis Broughton Cindy Burchiield Je!! Bussey Mickey Call Donya Cannon Cindy Carroll Jim Castle Brian Chambless Mike Chastain Kenneth Cheadle Lola Mae Cheadle Jan Cheatwood Suzanne Chess Tony Choate Marcia Churchwell Debra Cliiton Rhedonna Cline Terry Cline Nanetie Compton 164 2 Aire it we .rs it SQ az Af r ei ,W N - KL W ws' : J.- S51 9 . J 145. 'rw-1 Ai? flax A I -.R Cl inf Ronnie Conway Cheryl Corbett Nancy Couch Babette Cramer Kevin Cranford Tamyra Crawley Tammy Creecy Mike Cullins Terry Cummings Robert Dalton Cathy Daniel Randy Davis 1. Gail McMahon, Marcia Churchwell, and Patrice Suggs talk before class. 2. Cindy Willis and Sherri Bivens wait for student council meeting to end . 3. Connie Hitt takes a breather between classes. 165 Jessie Dawkins Peter Day Lynette Debose John Delay Maria Dixon Donna Douglas Cindy Ducote Lizzie Edison Larry Edmonds Karen Elliot David Elmore Don Emde Pam Eudy Kevin Foster Vince Pranks Celicia Fuller Tim Faustner Sheri Feiler 166 M535 si fi , ,nag , in -AX -Q: iW'..'-Isl! 3 " ,....- 'Fi' 1 411' N :Z .4 , Steve Files Linda Fisher Mark Fitch Paula Fore Keith Flanagan Lloyd Gibbs Jimmy Gill Kristi Gloodt Annette Gordon Disa Green Terri Hannah Mark Hamilton Bobbi Harris Debbie Harrell Jeanna Harris Vicki Harris Twila Haynes Cathy Heagle Horace Hearst Pam Hendershott Melba Henderson Scott Herriott Tammie Hester Monica Hignight luniors Win With Over 2000 Pounds of Aluminum Shan Roberson 15 caught tryu-1g 10 sneak Qui of class, Mike Rodriquez USGS the library cubby l'1OleS for quiet Shldyirlg. ..1..f..,.L.,j - Ji' ,M f l. Lyneiie Boone and Babeite Cramer goof off in the library. 2. "Tardy bell already"? asks Doug Loaiman before school. 3. Reniia Mayes, Patti Penclgrai, Dayna Anderson, and Jessie Daw kins don't seem io mind class competition. l ' 1 9' 1 iv -i 2 Connie Hitt Tracy Hobbs Cheryl Hodge Roger Holder Mark Holi Phil Hopkins Steve Hooper Jon Horn Linda Hughes Ronnie Hulme William Hunt Lisa Ingram 168 H811 W H s, 47' Ami' iz- Q? 2.1 1? ff 1' Q la MJ A, z Q .5 .. k .Kr Wi. .,,. is 9 lx 1 7 1 ' if PM ' , ff 1 335 ff I N 1 " . . 'sr- vms -f 5 .. f K S ,,. e a. .... 5 4,,, L, . 'His 1-1- :Sanz .-.," 'u,-I 'u-. Ev.. , . Q W2 '1 'i fjPhv. 1 sea- ., -. 43 Q .1 . ,, 5- nu V A Pay. 4 :K . i 1: ,o---- Kay Jackson Kenny Jacobson , David Jones -f Larry Jones ' Rick Jones Virgil Jones L-un iiffgz 5.:" QE 5-4w'..m :NEFEFE-v Q,-,v--9-F4 Q-.cn ur. D-H mo 9, :H Q, 0 :1 Y, Q C '4 N rn VI YL m 51 Eg C l . , 5 I x J F He ' - Middle Class Displays Davidi Key Jim Kinney Lisa Kizer ..1:. 5 - zzsgggffi ' K 55' .J .. 'LY1 Q- Much Enthusiasm ln Their Work 1. Jackie Underwood and Addie Meltabarger work hard during a junior sign painting party. 2, Shari Roberson and Babeiie Cramer practice their shorihand exercises. 3. Addie Maltabarger totals her accouniing problems. " 1' 1 4, 'NU , ' ' ff. f 'N i,fr,4L,, ,. W gal in - fu ,:' r fp if . ,, Carlos Landeros Jenolyn Langston Beth Lathrop Kyle Laverents Debbie Lee Patti Lemmon 'David Lewis Steve Lewis Darla Lightsey Tim Lindsey Janice Litchfield Doug Loatman Danny Lowdan Connie Mallett David Manner Alan Martin Regina Mathews Dewayne Mauldin 1. Cheryl Roberts, modest??? 2. Steve Miller converses with John teacher. 3. Juniors and sophomores enjoy getting classes. Beth Maxwell Jerry May Renita Mays Reber! McArther Garland McCarro1l Vicki McElroy Lee Ann McGee Patrick McGee ' Ricky McGee Locklan McLeod Gail McMahan Craig McMurry Chris McMurry Michael McPherson Addie Meliabarger Robert Merrick Second Year Creates Many Memories --zz -...4 1. Juniors Susie Ware, Nancy Couch, Paixi Lemmon, and Amy Rui waste time in the library. 2. Zack Parker and an unknown friend rest belween classes. 3. Jimmy Gill lends a hand in decorating the Chrisimas tree in the foyer. -I KSN-iii Paula Michael Melanie Miller Sieve Miller Laura Moore Pete Moore Ray Morriss Rita Moton Joel Moxely Robby Musgrave Cory Nagode Mark Nash Mark Newman Chris Nightengale Brenda Osborne Cyntheia Osborne Mark Owen Zack Parker Susan Paxson 4- 5- 1 M3 C4 1 pr CT' Sherman Reed Randall Riley Joe Bison J , .- A .Ja 0 Mark, Pearson Marty Peden William Peevy Patti Pendgraf Janis Peters Nancy Piatt Rene Pickens Patricia Piggee Steve Procter David Pruett Robert Purvy Boots Rabb Only Gne Year Left 2 K ffl N. 4 ' 1 'N s , ' ' K Y 'A x J 2' 4 ' .fLL,,,ML 1. Mark Fitch and Anita Anderson entertain students at a Student Council Assembly. 2. English classes busied juniors with much work. 173 Marla Roberson Shari Roberson Cheryl Roberts Paul Roberts Bill Robertson Robin Robie Mike Rodriguez Kelly Ross Amy Rui Virginia Salles Keith Salyer Pam Sargent Pal Sargent Susan Schene Lisa Sadler Darla Segler Buddy Simon Dixie Sisco i ff' as I if is ff Q ,, ' iyll 1 A 5 Es 3 E 'if f Penny Shafer Kathy Skidmore Charles Skinner Becky Slaughter Glenn Smith Teresa Smith Deborah Sophus Marsha Sparks Cheryl Spencer Him Stevens Gary Stephens Debra Stevens Diane Stoker Barbara Stone Regina Stoughtenborough Nancy Studeman Jo Lynn Stuckey Patrice Suggs Jett Sullivan Kevin Talley Chuck Tanner Linda Taylor Mary Taylor Rita Taylor 3 American History students ook interested as John 4 Jan Chealwood Lllnene Boone and Donna Adkins Kendy Todd ' James Tom S was - Greg Trent S , rw Vaughn Tyler , Jackie Underwood , .. Stacy Van Auker , " ' 1 'V,,' ,, .,V, ., 5, gg Sandy Veeder Mike Vernon Bob Vickers Kathy Vinson Susie Walck Jennifer Walker iiiiai . H Billy Wallace Jeff Wallace ,f Billy Walk f Margaret Ward if T5 A Susie Ware ' i f "iii 5 ii" ' ,lf I 1 r,,y.,,e Ayll, . "' in .. I " k,,' V , Charles West if in ll ' 1. Janet Judd, Mariha Young, and Sheri Feiler stand at podium during speech class, 2. Phil Hopkins pauses for a picture. 3. Patrice Suggs and Rita Taylor listen in tently in class. 176 l .. ff .is :Q F ,N r qs . '-' l .4---. . t.. 'S f Ps- ! if 10? Donna Adkins accepts the Outstanding Driver Award during the Youth Appreciation Assembly, ,M F525 wah 1.5 'sale' ' ,J Ir ,W J, WW sq 1 Y fs h li':2f'g.f55 iz .0-1 sign fir - ... --g::Z:..1 ' .3--.. . . 4.22 ., I. i 5 x V ,,,,.,, , ,-wwe. I L .4 D Randy Yates Martha Young Susan Young Christie Youngblood Phillip Zentz Emotions Are Mixed For lunior Class Billy Williams Frank Williams Jonathan Williams Lori Williams Cindy Willis Brenda Wilson Pam Wilson Chris Winter Loryn Wood Trudy Wood Steve Woody Jean Wright - it Randy Yates and Kevin Keenan spend their time studying in the library. l77 Sophomores 4-C., is IVE 97" - I ff at -...-A-W f""' Q W H J J , ssyl Q ,, 2 Sophomore Chris Ivory takes a deep breath before entering photography class. Elias Roberts and Margie Graham watch the clock waiting for the bell. A group of sophomores get into biology in Ruth McGee's sixth hour class. . Tom Riesen gives us one of his many foxy looks. Kent Chappell and Terry Cullins are caught in between classes. Make the Scene Cheryl Barrow poses for the photographer. Five minuies time out for the latest gossip. Sophomores stick together during assemblies, irls ather around a table for some of the juicy news. Sophomore g g Ts Q? 'Q- fr rf L L Q- ' ' -a .14- .rv-18" A? 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, BOTTOM ROW: Trudy Ward Secretary Treasurer Tom Rxeson, Vxce Presldent Charles Mlgliorino, Sponsor. TOP: Marcia Mead, Presxdeni Charles Migliorino Sophomore sponsor caught trying to rob the pay phone. Sophomore class secretary, Trudy Ward siopped for a picture. Tom Riesen and Marsha Mead laugh a! the camera man. 1 1 Sophomores Begin Climb . l fv- Q-L K7 :Uh l'5 1 . Y f. who L . 1. Tom Riesen tapes down a yard marker on the sophomore float as sponsor Charles Migliorino checks the tloat's side. 2. Sophomores proved pyramid specialists as they demonstrated many times. 3. On a sunny day, sophomores congre- gate on the plaza with junior friends. Carolyn Abrams John Adair Becky Agan Ben Aldridge Doug Aldridge Mark Allen John Alsup Dana Anderson Mittie Mae Anderson Tim Anderson 'Sharon Armstrong Tom Arnold Randy Askew Brent Atkinson Bobby Austin David Bacon Blake Bahner Cheryl Barrow df' Jana Barton Sharon Battles James Bear Walter Bennett Alan Benson 181 K Av Eliene Benson Scott Benton Raymond Berryman Reggie Berryman Joe Biddiclc Pam Bybee John Black Steve Blakley Lee Blount Robert Blount Valerie Bostwick Lisa Bowen John Boyd Brenda Bowker Liz Brady Jerri Bromley Kenneth Brecht Kathi Brewster 1 ayy 1 5 "1 t' Steven Brooks William Brooks Rita Broussard Beverly Brown George Brown Janet Bumpass 4535 Q, w Jimmy Burnett Gay Burns Samuel Burrell Kim Byiord Rob Cargile Johnny Cash r V' V- l i l f 'ii' i fg 1. Sophomores Terri Horner, Lisa Johnson, Roger Spring, and Marsha Mead enjoy lunch. 2. Carol Collier cuts paper while Jana Barton takes a break. ,, Se. it 4 , 5, ,, ,, f K? , if 'J . B- 1 L X fi , x4 52 !v Q? Q 'VL 9: . Q , Q K Q 54. f 45,444 ig it J ng.. V, il '93 W4 H? ll NME Z Howdy Week Greets Sophomores 1. David May urges his fellow sophomores to keep up the good work on their float. 2. While the rest of the class works, two of Ed Cook's English Il students, Beth Grauel and Leesa Swindell ask him a question. 3. Christy Roberts laughs at an amusing dictionary definition. 4. Kim Byford breezes through the library. ' 4' iligt, H, x 1 5 .1 , ,i ff '-fx 1- s 'Q Melissa Cashman Craig Cathey Kathy Caves Jesse Cavins Randy Cavner Mark Chamberlain Elise Chapman Kent Chappell Tim Champion Debbie Claypool Susan Clover Steve Coffey 183 1. Sophomores slap on the paint on their way to a second place finish in the float contest. 2. Shaun Winslow, oblivious to the sophomores around her, contemplates Kelly Wilson's outstretched palm. Donald Colbert Carol Collier Lisa Colston Laurie Compton Wesley Conaster Kris Conley up--5, Dan Cook Billy Coop dz' Barbara Copeland Vanessa Copeland Patricia Cowhead Lana Craighead " 'V"'P Jeanine Cranford Mark Creswell Mike Creswell --..,. Mary Crews Terry Cullins Gary Cummings A 'fi Q p., Richard Day Tammy Day Deloris Dawkins Theresa Dehart Ernest Dickerson Paula Dickinson , ., f' ta ,X -eww? H 'S 2 Q X f""'v Tr ek' t ', g I A "' 75 lvl '. 5 0 .afar as at ,. l 4 Lg 0 .gf i 184 Sophomores Show Spirit .,11. v 3 ff., Q1 1. Robbie London watches her chemisiry partner carefully io make sure the meas- urernenis are correct. 2. The president of ihe sophomore class, Marsha Mead, surveys the rapidly pro- gressing iloai. 3. Dan Cook and Craig Cathey use one of the practice rooms to rehearse a play cutting. 4. Mr. Todd drives his point home in Driver's Education. V E I 1 1 1 4 I-11 -V ,A R .. if f 253 .5 Au? ff S , , si ,H E" M V .Er L .iiifibia ' K A as r... K ...rl .. -4-any " +C ' ir. . if .1 D ,T P ' x f lx .y - "' 2 R I ,, . H fr v F 5 -6 1 if Q I l! I 4 4 45 A I N , Q ' 1 V7 21 . 'I 62 W f as ri' A , aft, J 541 .1 1, I H - i P 4' ' 5 X X 1 A wi , gr' .ga , .5 W, ...ff gp 4 , ,y I ' 1 "There cmoifi drivers: ' thereof: dx-ivcrzg hui HJ: are ,W .,., M OLJEDLDJH'-1 ' L"' Steve Dickson David Didas Donna Dishman Mark Dodge Michael Earley Susan Easley Donna Ellis Gary Elmore Tim Elmore Jacqueline Epps Jeff Fine Jani Fox Cheryl Porguson Jimmy Franks Paul French Theresa Gentry Stephanie Gilmore Bryan Goddard 185 'T .J "E, MW L gg a r e Margie Graham Beth Grauel James Gravelle Freida Gregg Phil Guyer William Gains Melba Gaihers Wynema Hambrick Mike Hamilton Diana Hargues Richard Harper Theresa Harris -1 ,eff - 'lf gy 5 - Y"" :.? 'f'i, 1- gas.. . 1 , , 5 ' Jjaqfgw., Y in ga, 4 e , in 3,5 ' if n 4. ,. -.. , . Q' 'L 'J i f .. .. ff ., r w ws 1 JB' F 7' l renin? ff W ,Aw hh. V, 1. Jeanine Cranford. poinis out a sign to James Gravelle. 2. Leesa Swinclell prepares a sophomore sign. 3. Strolling clown the hall, Roger Lang- land greets a friend. 4. Rita Broussard looks on as Leesa Swin- dell starts to spray painl some paper napkin ghosts. 5. Sophomores rally behind the football players in a pep assembly. Hi K 1 is J 4 1. ki ' M P L ? f w if Y r 1. X! M1g11or1no Gu1des Sophomores 'lf--. 4 , x Through Year .ae e ..,,,,. -I I!! ,-.5 fi , .,'.,,' H f fl' 7, I f f 1 tm si he ff .f ' 5 P ' pr. 5-5. J. ,4 .' Jr I ,, JF' 7 'U' an Tracy Harris Saundra Harrison Sonia Heartsill Randy Hendershott Mark Hester Sharon Hitt Bonita Hodges Cheryl Hodges Richard Hodges Tim Holt Terri Horner Michael Howard Venita Hughes Freddie Hurd Chris Ivory Roslyn Janca Jimmy Jenkins Holland Jester Lisa Johnson David Jones Lee Ann Jones Colleen Jones Nina Jones Scott Jordon Kit Kampschmidt Brian Kearney Becky Kerr Dick Kerr Jerry Key Anna Koger The sophomore cheering section iills the courtyard during a pep as- sembly with cries of S-S-O-P-H . . . 187 Terri Krohn Ronald Kyker Bobby Laiierly Andy Landeros Reaiha Landers Gina Lane James Landrum Roger Langland Teri Larson Bobby Lee Joseph Lee Kevin Lerner Yfvs E' ff' in 4' Y r eenn , W' wr xx fig w,.' yrs. gk ' 'I M vY'f'- f .". v w' Q94 QI' i T. New ,W -Q AM . g li ,i -fi, N .L Q . . v A r,n, ,, . Sieve Lewis ' Robbie London yy , yn . A, Barbara Long D V V A Q We Lynn Looper 4 L ld Sherry Louis 'f u' fi ' ' X " . Jim Love K Q 5 2. V . 3 ,V 7 -' l. Sophomores soak up verbs, nouns, and adjectives during Barbara Keith's English II class. 2. Cheryl Smith admires the wonder of it all. 3. Toni Remondino and Mary Ellen Mc- Charen see the sights of the before-school crowd. 4. Valerie Bostwick snaps-to at the sigh! of ihe camera. 5. Chris Storrs sauniers down the hall. 4. fam ffzfsrfp.-43.11. e?'72:f , W f-x"3,i z 4 x gf W , ,AO '75 Underclassmen Work Toward End of School gt' '. W:-" IMAI Keith Luster Terry Livingston Susan Mannerberg Darlene Martin Steve Martin Tracy Martin Randy Mathes Clark May - David May Kathy Mayberry Lawrence McCarro1l , Mary Ellen McCharen ' 1 A 1-. 'wg 'sf' , ,, A Linda McCurtain Mike McDaniel Kelly McGuire Hugh Dale McKee Marcia Mead Terri Menke 0- Richard Meyer Blant Miller Patti Miller Cindy Moore Dana Moore Walter Moore 1. Kris Conley browses through the li- brary books. 2. Sophomore Randy Hendershott has a secret. 1. Sohpomores whoop ii up at a pep assembly. 2. Under Annie Johnson's direction, many sophomores masier Typing I. : 1 ... .LAL Dave Mordy Mark Morris Terry Morris Ronnie Moss Robert Moyers Tony Murph Keith Myers Danny Nall LaVe11e Nash Rhonda Nauli Rene' Newman Linda Neyer Jo Ann Noble Jeff Norvell Sheryl Noyesad Doris Osborne Tracy Oxford Terri Page Sharon Paiion Charmagne Peevy Shan Peiiies Gary Phillips Fern Pickens Renee Pickins 190 . . I W ii. B Q- 4 . fx ggi' , T 1 1 Q' 'like' we e ofyg . ' 5 we .., .. ,Zi 7 4. Q' if I '7 1L,,9': ,A .fe 'fnIZ'1" e ' 3 5 I , , :Sf f if may ' an!,.,. 'Z"'.az:'? I A 121 ff? ms- aug, 'tv-' 'ik 4 A 4 . ,. -:' r 'i Q ,553 ., 'M rugs... 4' mf' H9 L X J ,mi ,,,.. H ia we , s J 1' f ,Q'- in ,, ' 221: f f' 'ii' V' ' 'tg i 5,4 eye s i s get Q? W ' " gffiz 1 ' . J . " ' .. ' A' 425:-. ' iiifff M2 1 e J f r ' 5 , f s l J , a l Sophomore Year Full of Work, Laughter and Friends Sharon Piggee Annette Poii Julie Polzien Brian Pope Doug Pritchard Cyntheia Pruitt 1 ,A Beth Ralls ,,, ,fi I' 41 X Janet Ray K Tim Reinlce I . Q, X if 'Q' X Toni Remondino Y 'Rf' Craig Reynolds I- ,U Harvey Hehwalt Jr r J' f -R ,vs . .'Z t I ,, 5 1 1 H ' vm., ,f PN "fm sq . Q, V J . Tom Riesen 40 Dean Riggs Jayna Rison Sharon Roberson Blake Roberts Christy Roberts 44' A xii? IZIZX 9 Kmx 'b i l. Three sophomores exchange vital in- formation. 2. Monday morning blues catch David Jones. 3. Jimmy Jenkins pays close attention to the Typing teacher, while Mary Ellen J McCharen thinks of other things. Q14-f-si .asf innfffi n::Qg2',:zE, f i ' 5 "l'r'i5B4,L. Q s r Eddie Rowley David Ross Jeif Rue Donna Russell Scott Sadler Jimmy Sarton Carl Scott Jay Schene James Sharp Rae Ann Shipley Amber Shoemaker Joy Short Randy Simmons Vicki Slinkard Cheryl Smith Ray Smith Rhonda Smith Russell Smith .,f- ,. ' f ' idrmrf' f iff it if I 442 ' 2 A513 Y? 1 4. 4 M ti 1 Q Ig 314.5 fl 3-4 if 33131 tk i lug.. ' l. Dave Mordy glides through his return. 2. Russell Smith consults with Claudia Brooks about his Spanish assignment. 3. Sophomores wait impatiently tor the pep assembly to get rolling. K kr 1 la f ..,.. ,, A I E5' E tl' ,1 'A ., t5i'f11..'QgA1 Q, . . . 1 V - , A . 1 , , . ., 5M".:'-f-fhx'Q1 ,X .ji ' . - Q- , , A .,.n , t 1 1 . ' ' A igv V. h F Q , J H vtl, K.,-,r ,. 2 I V- A I , V' . I , 0 , K V if g I I .. . fl ,A Q i I. L 'vi' . ',' V 1 M1 1. S . ' ', ., i" . 1 K A V' N i 5 S 1 r to we S N -sts Q- -.v-r ,lti 1 1 1 H 2? '5 1 1 1 S vtt yi 1 s , 1. ss.. it 3 - ' 1 ' i,s 1 f ' , ' ttt. s'ss 1 1 s . p 1 y N 1 - y . 1 is . .A ' if y 555 y 5 y 4 ffxl, S 'sf-iii. -1 1 'M ,.5.'inuQ+5mr. ffl? an ' 3 , 'Jia f r gs 4 ,A " MH Y 21. X V ,M Q K f l givin W M45 9 ,X 1 1 1 Y 1 5 . 1 a. I , , ' Us , 1 ,xv 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Karol Sneed Bill Snider John Souihers Brenda Sparlin Dee Anna Spears Schel Spindle Dee Ann Spradling Roger Spring Mildred Sievenson Bobby Slidman Burl Stidham Tim Stolfa Belinda Stone Chris Storrs Mike Sunday Leesa Swindell Perry Talley Lisa Taylor Liz Thomas Kent Todd Sharon Todd Chris Tompkins Theresa Tucker Jimmy Vance 193 l. During ihe Youih Appreciaiion Week assembly, David Bacon flashes a Victory sign for the game that night. 2. Wynema Hambrick and Nina Jones glance up from doing iheir Biology home- work. John Wackler Rhonda Waddle Sieve Wainscott Trudy Ward Chris Washington Gay Waison Pearlene Webb Mark Wiley Jerry Wilkes Amelia Williams David Williams George Williams Mike Williams Travis Williams Janet Williamson Jon Williamson Teresa Williamson Kelly Wilson 194 il. Sophomores "Romp" Through '74-'75 School Year f- pf l. Finger llashing sophomores whiz along in Typing I. Z. Kelly Wilson wonders what's happen- ing. 3. Help! Sophomore Carolyn Abrams is surrounded by iuniors. r 5 Rhonda Wilson ff Shaun Winslow Lorna Woodruf Cathy Woody Laurie Velayos William Housion l95 Phillip Wright Jr. ri To the readers: No one other than those associated with this book, could possibly realize the hard, but rewarding work that goes into a yearbook. We have tried, and hope we have succeeded in making the 1974-'15 Criterion, S - one that will refresh memories of school days forever. This book would not have been possible without the patient help and guidance from our advisor, Miss Jan Ringwald. I also received much help from Mr. John Clark, representative for American Yearbook Company. Special recognition and many thanks goes to my staff for their imaginative ideas and long hours of hard work: Z 'PhW091'BPhY: Tim Nagode Sports: Laura Moore Layouts: Glenn Colley 7 f y Jon Thompson Rabb Valerie Dickinson 1 Shefl. Fellel' Jenni Hann Ellen Isenberg Kyle Laverents Shari Roberson Teresa Smith 949' M155 Speliial IhHIlkS to Finally Ygurg: ung Ronnie Jones 1975 Criterion Editor 1 in'-'H ' 1 l. The cast steps out for curtain call. 2. Oedipus, blood streaming down his gown, kneels in pain and desperation. 3. lokaste and her maid servant wonder about strange conversations in the palace. 4. Teiresias, the blind prophet warns Oedipus about the doom about to befall him. 4 . A "Oedipus Rex" Blinds Contest, Communit Plague Victims Oedipus Rex ....... .. Ellen Isenberg Jimmie Harris Schel Spindell Janet Judd Ruth Chapman Kris Conely Jon Horn Kreon .,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,., D an Cook Choragos .............. ..... S herman Reed Maid Servant ..,.,. ........... J oan Dupy Shepherd .......... ..... R andy Simmons Y Chorus Members Teiresias Page ....... Iokaste .......... Messenger .,..... Dan Major David Eaton Robert Merrick William Brooks Sieve Cypert Dale Deberry Mike Vernon John Adair Julie Hill .. Craig Cathey 197 INDEX 7 7 7 77 AaI0h,'77E192ii2ir16737 lf Q 4 4 Abrarns,1'QCer1o7yn,7181,,195 B Acox, Tim, 163, 16412 1 ADAIRQQHEIDI, 21, 37, 64, 72, 1457 Adair, John 36, 64,' 181, 197 , 9 M j Adcock, Terry1,63 77 D7 :I Adkins, Donna 29, 41,-56,j64, 1115, 163,175,177 7 , 7 , 7 7 7 7 Agan, Becky1781 ',', I 7. 4 1 ' Agan, Jayna V, Akers, Louise 13V6,713'95i I Akers, Marilyn 163113 f' 1 ' ' Aldridge, 'Ben 36, 437, '101, A181 ALDRIDGE ,DAVID 36,7146 Aldridge, Doug 24, 1811 'f ' ' Aller1,'Ea13l127, 136 7 7 7 AIQLENZJOHNNY 158 - Allen 4Mark'j181,, ii jj 7 , Allton, Paula-24,7163 'I' 1 1' ALNDN, GARY 1455, ' ' 7 7 A1snp,7John,24,750,64,181 I I ANDERSON, ANITA 24, 42, 55, 145. 113, 7 . ANDERSON, DAVID 145 An'derson,ffDayna,168, 181 Abderson,EMiRie 181 Anderson,-Tim 30, 31,'181 95, 99, 163 Andrewsg1Sarn 163 ANTHQNEY, PAM 37, 49, 56, 145 Arn3strong,7Ji11 31, 163 Armstrong? Sharon, 181 Afndsfrongj Roslyn 136 ARNESS, DON 145 Arnold, Tommy 181 ASHCRAFT, VICKI 20, 21, 28, 29, 31, 41, 44, 64, 65, 71, 74, 75, 142, 145 1 Ashford, Annette 24, 48, 54, 56, 163 Askew, Randy771781 A A 7 Atkinson,'Brent Y,' 3 6,jj181 'J H Austin, Bobby 5161858 89, ,,2 181 Austin, Bobby'16, '88,1'8V9, Ayles,Bruce1637 A 1 7' 1 ' 7 7 z 17 f.', 2 ' V BaQh,m7an,7,ChuCk'1163 I .7 BACHMAN,JIM 145 2 A g y , , Bseojngj,De311d'24,i'1s1,',194 Q Q 7 7 7 I Bahner, Blake 36, 1871-1 1' - 1 j BAHNER, BRENirj29g7 30, 367, 60,7764 74,'88,jQ92,tt973,1o1,1745- 7 I I I Baker, 'Electa 44,132 , BaKe1',7KfaS7 33, 53,7163 J Baker, Leo 21, 29, f30,W31,f 44, 88, 95 Ballard, DQnaldj163 Q, fl, f 7 BARNES. DAVID 14757 I I BARNETT, 1LOU,ANN11,43, 145 Barrow, Cheryl 1797, 181, 17 Barton, Jana 38, 64, 181, 182' D BATTLES, CARLA 145 . Battles, Sharon 181 l98 Bean, Anna764Q7125,77176377 Bear, James 181 7- r 1 1 ' -V M BEARD, REGINIA 1467 7 7 Beaver P61530 738471163 I I 4 4 BEENEj'J0HINlN1528, 46, 74,,88,'107,'fi ' 146,919 77 BENNETT, CCNNIE 45, 49, 9146, 158 Bennett,V'Geo1'ge, 54, 163, 7 7 , Benhett,j7We1ter7181 A - I Benson, Allen'f8'8,'1'08,i'1D9,,1l81if E Bens6n,E1iene 18217 7 7 7 7 Benton, Scott'1182 or 9 I I ' BERRY,'ROBER'1" 146 i D, Berryman, Raymond 182 ' 1 ' Berryman, ,Reginald 182 Biddick, Joe 88, 182 Biddick, Matt 119 1 , BIDDICK, STEVE 36, 64, 101, 1461 I BIFFIN, GRAHAM 168 ' ' A ' 7' f Bivens, Sherrie 54, 130, 163,165 A 7 or Black, John 95, 182 1 " 'f ' ' H Blekley, Steve 30, 31, 182 ' l , Blalock, David 163 1 Blalock, Debbie 163 Blizard, Becky 29, 163 I Blount, Lee 182 I Blount, Robert 182 ,D Bonner, Diann 164 Boone, Lynnette 37, 115, 164, 168, 1752 Bostwick, Valerie 18, 29, 48, 64, 182 Byforde, Kim 119, 182, 183 7 77 7777 7 Ca11,M1eketyQ71647 f l 1 or Sfi I B CAMPBELL, CoNN1E,4'5,1,46 Campbell, Theresa 30 7 77 7 1 Cannon, D0nya'24,'f'48,68', D 7 77 ' C.ngi1e,7 Rob 36,752,788 1821, y Canon, Cindty27Q,'72:14,29g 3175 37441, 56,64,1647 7. 77 7 7 7 7 B CARTER, DEBBIE 5146, 77 Cash, Johnny 182 7 7 Cashman,eMelissa 183 CASSADY, BREN7Tf771'4s ig 7417 CASTLE,-CATIHYL'415, 174661 6 A y Castle, Jim 164 Cethey,tCrnig724, 64, 183, 185, 197 Causey, Walter 89, 'iky 1232 7 'f Q' i,', 'Q Caves,1Kathy kl'64,,1'f19,,183 77 7 7 Cavins, Jesse 29, 30,6183 'V f' ' Cavner, Randy 183, f ',tt i Caywoon, Dorothy 133 f Chamberlain, 'Ma.rkf1V83 9 ' Chrnnbless, Brianf14,E 24, 43, 51, 164 CHAMBLISS,'BON1NIE 51, 147! ' CHAMP1oN,CIf1ARLIE 36, 147 ff Champion, Timt36, 183 Y CHANDLER, RANDY 46, 56, 61, 64 147 7 V 7 I Chapman, Elise 43, 48,' H ,7 CHAPMAN, RUTH 42,7 43, 49, 772, 147, BOURNS, RICKY 146 149, 197 I 1', Q , 1 Bowen, Lisa 30 182 Chappel, Kent178,7183 7 7 I A Bowker, Brenda 24, 29, 39, 42, 48, 64 Chastain, Mik9'1245' 1644 1872 7 I . Chead19K9f1h9th7,164 7, 7 Boyd, John 24, 64,'88,'182 , 7 , Ch9adlf5QL51iMaeQ164 Brnd1ey,,Tenn73o,t163 f it it Cheatwood,Jan13'7,'45,'1164,f1i74,if175 Brady, Liz 182 4 I I B 6 CHEEK,,NANCY61, 64, 72,7147 Bramley, Jig-H7182 ' i 'D D Chess, Suzanne, 33,164 V Breathglo EIlen7164 5 Choate, Terry 16477 , B1-echt, Kenny 29, 30, 88, 1015 182' Churchwell,.Marcia 1614, 1651 1 Brewer, Sean 37,743', 45, 71607, 164' Claypool,'Debbie,183 , Brewster, Kathy 29,r64,L182Vi jf 1 it 'C16a1ier,7E11en.4Q8,7 132, 140 f BRIDGEMAN, JANET. 1467 72 ffC1ihGs Rhedonna",65,37, 394 524125, 264 BROOKS, BARBARA' 241, 46, '64,'1'46 Cline, Te5rfy420j, 29, 30, 317, iQ44,7,674, 119, Brooks, C1endis52,71327 1 7 A l Q 1647 1 5 , ff jjj B,rooks,Stephen7182 1 A ' ' " 'V ' " C Brooks,'WilIiam 22,, 23,f35,ff5i2, 64, 67,7 Coffey,7steve,71837 7 7, I 115, 132' ' f H 5 ,7' ,,', ' V' , Q 7, 7 ,7 7 Colbert, D,onaldi'1!0l1,f ', Broughton, Curtis 24, 1641 j 'I l "'4 I BQttyW133 Q I I Br0ussard,,Rhondaff3f1ff7 77 '7 77 Coleman, Bi1l'107s 1081? 'fi ' 'D 7Bronssard,77Rire 38,'21182,'7186ii - 9, CQ,,,er,iffC1at0l192Z1845 3 Br0Wh,iBever1yt414fI7872 1 i COLLINS, RENNY,-36,1 42,1 64, 72, 88, ,BroW7n, George 182 7 I Burchfieldg Cindy 164' Burnpass, Janet 119, 1827 I ' BURNAM, BEVERLY156 7 " BURRAGE, STEVE 1469 if Burnett, Jimmy 24, 50,182 Burns, Gay 24, 64, 182' 7 Burrell, Samuel 182 J - 1 Bussey,-Jeff'36, 164 L BUTLER, MIKE 146 7 i D I 1 BUTLER, VICKI 41, '54, 146 'C 7 Bybee, Pam 182 I 93, , , 148 , Colston, Lisa, 184 Compton, Laurie 24, 164 Conaster, Wesley 88, 184 CONLEY, KAREN 24, 64, 147 Conley, Kris 7, 22, 23, 184, 189, 197 Connely, Phyllis 133, 136 Conway, Ronnie 47, 89, 165 Cook, Dan 22, 23, 30, 64, 184, 185, 197 Cook, Ed 12,133, 138, 183 Coop, Billy 184 Copeland, Barbara 184 Corbett, Cheryl 33, 53, 165 Cook, Couch, Nancy 6, 37, 52, 54, 164, 171 Cowen, Sue 64, 133 Cowherd, Patricia 184 COX, CHARLES 54, 61, 64, 71, 148 CRADDOCK, CHAD 33, 46, 142, 147 Craighead, Lana 24, 52, 64, 184 Cramer, Babette 115, 165, 168, 169 Cranford, Jeanine 28, 184, 186 Cranford, Kevin 165 Crawley, Tamyra 164, 165 Creecy, Tammy 125, 165 Creswell, Mark 184 Creswell, Mike 184 CREWS, KARA 33, 147, 149, 158 Crews,Mary 184 caoss, JOHN 33, 53, 119, 148 Crutchfield, Johnny 12, 133, 135, 138, 144, 175 Cullind, Mike 165 CUMBIE, DENNIS 148 Cummings, Gary 36, 37, 85, 184 Cummings, Terry 24, 43, 48, 165 CURRY, ROBERT 77, 95, 97, 99, 148 CYPERT, STEVE 22, 23, 52, 55, 56, 64, 197 iD.. Dalton, Robert 45, 165 Daneil, Catherine 165 Daniel, Jeri 56, 133, 138, 140 DANIELS, DEBBIE 148 DAVIDSON, JIM 36, 42, 127, 148 DAVIDSON, KENT 46, 61, 64, 71, 77, 101, 102, 148 DAVIS, JULIE 61, 64, 148 Davis, Randy 165 DAWKINS, ALICE 148 Dawkins, Deloris 184 Dawkins, Jessie 107, 166, 168 Day, Peter 24, 26, 42, 51, 64, 166 Day, Richard 184 Day, Tammy 24, 184 DEBERRY, DALE 148, 159, 197 DeBose, Lynette 38, 48, 54, 56, 165 DeHart, Theresa 29, 184 DeLay, John 166 DeMoss, Karen 50, 133, 162 DENKINS, GREG 12, 29, 30, 45, 148 Densmore, Bob 89 Dixon, Marie 166 Dickerson, Ernest 24, 184 Dickinson, Paula 50, 184 DICKINSON, VALERIE 22, 23, 24, 32, 34, 53,61,64,72,s0, 81,148 Dickson, Steve 64, 185 Didas, David 185 DINWIDDIE, LINDA 61, 64, 149 Dishman, Donna 185 Dodge, Mark 36, 64, 185 Dodge, Patsy 15, 133 Douglas, Cathy 166 DOUGLASS, ED 36, 117, 149 DOUGLASS, STEVE, 36, 117, 149 Ducote, Cindy, 166 DUCOTE, DIANE 149 Douglass, Marzee 127 DUDLEY, ROBERT 46, 64, 74, 88, 93, 95, 97, 99,149 DUKE, AL 15, 36, 43, 46, 88, 149 DUPY, JOAN 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 39, 61, 64, 72, 92, 93,149, 197 DYER, BOB 36, 37, 149 ,Ei Early, Michael 185 Easley, Susan 185 EATON, DAVID 61, 71, 149, 159 EDELEN, RONNIE 149 Edison, Lizzie 64, 117, 166 EDMONDS, KARAN 17, 28, 29, 64, 72, 74, 75,142,149 Edmonds, Larry 166 Elliot, Karen 39, 166 Ellis, Donna 185 ELMORE, CINDY 39, 60, 61, 64, 72, 144, 149 Elmore, David 166 Elmore, Gary 185 ELMORE, STAN 20, 29, 30, 31, 36, 44, 150 Elmore, Tim, 185 Emde, Don 45, 166 EMPTING, GARY 64, 88, 101, 150 ENPTING, RANDY 37, 43, 55, 64, 88, 150 Epps, Jacqueline 185 EUBANKS, RICKY 150 Eudy, Pam 51, 166 -F- FAUSTNER, KENNETH 15, 150 Faustner, Tim 166 FEILER, CHRIS 37, 46 Feiler, Sheri 3, 31, 32, 53, 160, 160, 166, 176 Files, Steve 167 Fine,- Jeff 88,F101, 185 FINKE, SHERYL 8, 17, 64, 74, 75, 143, 150 Fisher, Linda 18, 29, 37, 39, 42, 44, 52, 56, 64, 167, 173 Fitch, Mark 14, 22, 23, 24, 26, 42, 47, 48, 51, 56, 64, 67, 173 Fite, Alan, 142, 150 FITZGERALDQ DONNA 150 FITZGERALD, RICKY 150 Flanagan, Keith 167 FLOYD, GARY 150 FORBES, SLAAY 6, 84, 150 FORE, PAM 6, 41, 54, 142, 149, 150 Fore, Paula, 41, 167 Forguson, Cheryl 185 Foster, Keith 45. 166 Fox, Janie 29, 56, 64, 185 FRANKS, DENISE 29, 41, 150 Franks, Jimmy 31, 185 FRANKS, RICKY 150 Franks, Vince 95, 166 French, Paul 47, 88, 185 Fuller, Celicia 166 Gaines, William 186 GALL, DALE 43, 45, 55, 150 Gathers, Melba 24, 186 GATHERS, SUE 24, 150 Gentry, Theresa 185 Gibbs, Lloyd 167 GILLIAM, GREG 64, 117, 151 Gilliam, Hershal 117 Gilmore, Stephanie 24, 42, 48, 50, 185 Gill, Jimmy 47, 89, 96, 167, 171 Gloodt, Kristi 24, 29, 44, 64, 167 Goddard, Bryan 185 Gordan, Annette 54, 167 Graham, Margie 178, 186 Grauel, Beth 24, 39, 64, 167 Gravelle, James 29, 86, 186 Gravelle, Leona 127 Green, Disa 39, 45, 64, 167 Gregg, Frieda, 186 Griffin, Carl 115 Griffin, Eddie 134 GUTHRIE, JANA 21, 28, 41, 61, 64,72,125, 151 Guyer, Phil 36, 88, 186 ..H.- Hambrick, Wynema 186, 192 Himilton, Billy 167 Hamilton, Mike 88, 101, 186 HAMILTON, NANCY 45, 151 HAMPTON, DAN 151 HANN, JENNIFER 32, 33, 42, 43, 49, 53, 56, 61, 72, 80, 81, 143, 151 Hannah, Terry 167 Hargues, Diana 186 Harper, Richard 88, 107, 186 Harrell, Debbie 167 Harris, Bobbi 38, 167 Harris, Jeanna 38, 45, 160, 167 HARRIS, JIMMIE 42, 51, 64, 143, 149, 141, 197 HARRIS, RAY 151, 158 Harris, Theresa 30, 52, 186 Harris, Tracy 187 Harris, Vicki 6, 8, 18, 29, 37, 41, 56, 66, 78, 79, 125, 167 Harrison, Saundra 187 HART, RHONDA 45, 152 Hatler, Mary 134 HAVENS, GINGER 151 HAYES, KERRY 151 HAYES, ROGER 14, 151, 158 Haynes, Twila 167 Heagle, Cathy 167 Heartsill, Sonia 39, 41, 64, 187 Hearst, Horace 29, 30, 95, 167 Hendershott, Randy 187, 189 Henderson, Melba 41, 167 HENRY, GEORGIA ANN 151 Herriot, Scott 167 Hester, Mark 52, 187 Hester, Tammie 41, 167 HICKS. DENNIS 29. 41. 64. 125. 143, HIGBEE, LINDA 29, 41, 64, 125, 143 151 HIGGENS, TERESA 3, 151 HIGHTOWER, WILLIAM 95. 97 199 Hignight, Monica 45, 84, 167 HILL, JULIE 29, 146, 152, 197, Hitt, Connie 30, 41, 165, 168 Hitt, Sharon 187 HOARD, GARTH 24, 43, 52, 152 Hobbs, Tracy 168 Hodges, Bonita 187 Hodges, Cheryl 187 Hodges, Richard 88, 187 HOKE, JACQUELINE 152 HOLDEN, SCOTT 33, 53, 152 Holden, June 134 Holder, Harold 139 Holder, Roger 168 HOLTQ CAROL 152 Holt, Mark 168 Holt, Tim 47, 88, 93, 101, 187 Hooper, Steve 168 Hopkins, Phil 18, 29, 30, 168, 197 Horner, Terri 24, 182, 187 1 - Houston, William 196 Q 1 Howard, Michael 88, 95, 187 ff f fy HOWELL, CINDY 6, 61, 64, 11149, 152, 155 H ' ' Hudgeins, Charlotte, 28, 134 Hughes, Linda 55,, 56, 64, 125, 168 , Hughes, Venita 187 ' 3 Ijlulmze, Ronnie 51, 64, 117, 168 1 1 IjIUNT,e1SPUNKY 45, 152, 148 ,g C , Ig111,fg1gjj31e3f3-eddie 88, 90, 91,91o7,18175 1 1 tlii -1-- 9 'J A Ingram, QJQIJ7, 29, 64, 1151, 168 A Iggc531i5org,51!E1Ioo 122, 32, 333, 391, 68, ,1 52, Ivory, Chris 33, 178, 1871 f , A' ' Jackson, Kay 31, 125, 169 fi in Jacobson, Kenny 169 ' Janca,jjRqs1y 41, 187 J6r1kiosgT.Ji1i1m1y 187, 189 Johnson, ' , fp 1 ' Johnson, 3,l7,g3o, 41, 182,187- JOHNSON, EISAf,29, 152 if JOHNSTON, PEGGY 33, 53, 54,f:152,L ,,I,58, , , p Joo6s,Oo11oeo1187 3 1 11' 4' ' 1 Q JQFICS, Dav1d,187,1191 . Jones, Larry 5 Jofifies, LeeAnn130, ,56, 1187. Jones, Nina 124, 38 64,i187, 192 PAM igd 1523 A JQNES, PHYLLYS 152 Jones, Rick 24, 56, 64, 169 JONES, RONNIE132, 34, 53, 80, 81, jW1152,, , 1 , Jones, VirgiIf88, 95, 169 ' Jordariffgilly Ray 169 JOrdan,5iScOtt 187 ' Judd, Janet 22, 23, 25, 39, 64, 169, 176, 197 ,K- Kale, Mark 45, 169 Kalister, Kelly 6, 64, 169 200 Kampshmidt, Kit 64, 119, 187 Kearney, Brian 36, 187 Keenen, Kevin 33, 169, 177 KEETON, JO 24, 48,72, 144, 147, 152 KEETON, KEM 24, 152 Keith, Barbara 134 Kerr, Becky 30, 187 Kerr, Dick 36, 37, 88, 101, 187 Kessler, Guy 169 Key, David 45, 64, 169 Key, Terry 24, 187 KINDT, LYNWOOD 152 KING, BEVERLY 39, 42, 43, 56, 61, 64, 65, 72, 152 KIRK, KATHY 39, 43, 153 KINSAUL, AVIS 49, 153 Kizer, Lisa 169 KNIGHT, BUTCH 36, 46, 88, 153 Koger, Anna 10, 39, 42, 43, 41, 64, 187 Krohn, Terri 24, 64, 188 Kruse, Elizabeth 136, 139 Kyker, Ron 24, 64, 95, 188 -Li Lafferty, Bobby 188 Landeros, Andy 188 Landeros, Carlos 170 , , A LANDEROS, STEPHANIE 153 Landers, Reatha 31, 188 1 Landrum, James 188 ' LANDRUM, WILLIAM 24, 153 Lane, Gina 24, 188 , j LANGLAND, MARI 45 1 1 1 Langland, Roger 186, 188 ' f Langston, Jennolyn 170- N I K Larson, Teri 188 A Q1 -1 , 11 Lathrop, Beth 43, 160, 170 f, Laverents, Kyle 32, 34, 1170 - 1 Le9BQbby188f - 1 I LEE, BRADLEY 107, 153 ' Lee, Debbie 38, 160, 170 Lee, Joseph 119, 188 Lemmon, Patti 37, 54, 67, 170, 171 Lerner, Kevin 188 Lewis, David 88, 107, 109, 170 LEWIS, RICKY 153 Lewis, Steve 188 Lewis,'Steve 46, 88, 170, 174 Lightsey, Darla 170 Lindsey, Tim 170 Litchfield, Janice 24, 33,1 43, 53, 170,, LivingstOn,1Terry 189- -f 1 K ' Loafman, Doug 28, 29,'f30, 64,' 47, 88, 90, 91, 95, 168, 170 1 'E ' ' L London, Robbie 29, 39,,,42, 64, 185, 188 I Long, Barbara"188 LONG, BEVERLY 153 Looper, Lynn 64, 119, 188 LORENTZEN, JIM 24, 26, 42, 43, 55, 61, 62, 64, 72, 147,153 Louis, Sherry 188 Love, Jim 36, 46, 102, 188 Lowden, Danny 170 6, Luster, Frank 89, 92, 95, 135 Luster, Keith, 29, 30, 95, 189 ,M- MAJOR, DAN 50, 153, 197 Malbeth, Connie 170 MANN, RICKY 36, 46, 64, 72, 77, 95 99, 153, Manner, David 24, 29, 30, 170 Mannerberg, Susan 24, 42, 50, 189 Martin, Alan 170 Martin, Darlene 189 Martin, Steve 24, 26, 64, 189 Martin, Tracy 7, 189 Mathes, Randy 189 Mathews, Regina 55, 170 Mauldin, Dewayne 170 Maxwell, Beth 24, 42, 64, 125, 171 May, Clark 189 May, David 6, 22, 23, 29, 30, 183, 189 MAYBERRY, GREG 20, 29, 30, 44, 52, 55, 153 1 Mayberry, Kathy 29, 41, 52, 64, 189 Mayberry, Mary Ann 126 Mayes, Renita 168, 171 Mayfield, Jonna 55, 134,135 McArther, Robert 24, 26, 56, 64, 171 McCa.rrol, Garland 171 1, McCarroll, Lawrence 151, 189 McCI-IAREN, ELIZABETH 55,153 McCharen, Mary Ellen 188, 189, 191 McCLAIN,,VICKY'45 1 1 McCurtain, Linda189 MoDooie1,1,Mike151, 1891 rerr McDonald, Sharon 29 , McElroy, Vicki 41, ,52, ,178, 79, 166, 1172 1 MCFALL, RICKT53 T L it , ff S McGEE, LAWRENCE 12, 88, 93, 107 108, 109, 153 it A ' McGee, Lee Ann171 ' ,J , ' McGee, Partickl 24, 64,fl171, McGee, Ricky 95,5171 1 'V H McGee, Ruth 135,136 1 1 McGUlRE, 39, 43, 481, 50, 61,153 1 1 by 1 McGuire, Kelly 30, McKee, Hugh Dalef1011g McKEE, KR1sT1,f1154,,15l5ii 1 McLeod, Lachlang6V4Q, 171 , McMahan, Gail 16,1i64l,1165, 171 McMAHAN, HOWARDSIS37, 46, 101, 142, 154 f' McMurry, Chris, 24, 52, 171 MCMUIIY, Craig 24, 52, 171 McPherson, Michael 36, 160, 171 Mead, Marcia 24, 64, 67, 115, 180, 182, 184, 189 MEANS, STEVE 154 Menke, Terri 189 Menz, Jerry 45, 135 Merrick, Robert 38, 64, 88, 107, 108, 109, 162, 171,172, 197 Metze, Mike 25, 135 MEYER. PATTI 154 Meyer, Richard 189 Micheal, Paula 24, 172 MICHELINI, DIANE 4, 150, 154 Miller, Blant 36, 37, 52, 101, 189 Migliorino, Charles, 12, 135, 136 138, 180 MILLER, DAVID 29, 30, 154 Miller, Melanie 37, 52, 172 MILLER, PAM 154 Miller, Patti 3, 29, 41, 77, 78, 189 Miller, Steve 29, 46, 86, 88, 160, 170, 172 MILLS, LISA 29, 45, 154 Mills, Marshall 123, 136, 140 MITCHELL, RONNIE 15, 29, 30, 154 Moore, Cynthia 189 Moore, Dana 24, 189 Moore, Laura 32, 34, 39, 50, 53, 64, 126, 172 MOORE, Ron 46, 61, 64, ss, 91, 93, 154 Moore Walter, 107, 189 MORAN, PAULA 154 Mordy, Dave 36, 46, 52, 64, 115, 190, 192 MORRIS, LAWRENCE 154 Morris, Mark 190 Morris, Ray 172 Morris, Terry 190 Morrison, Jenny 135, 151 MORRISON, MARIE 64, 154 MORTON, DERRICK 15, 154 Moss, Ronnie 190 Moton, Rita 172 Moxley, Joel 24, 51, 64, 172 MOYERS, DONALD 78, 101, 154 Moyers, Robert, 46, 190 Murph, Tony 190 Musgrave, Robby 43, 51, 64, 101, 171, 174 Myers, Keith 190 MEYERS, STEVE 155 .-N1 NAGODE, TIM 14, 16, 24, 26, 32, 34, 53, 155 Nagdoe, Cory 24, 43, 51, 64, 66, 172 Nall, Danny 47, 64, 88, 107, 109 Nash, Mark 95, 107, 109, 172 NAULT, KENYA 24, 26, 64, 147, 154, 155 Nault, Rhonda 24, 190 Newman, Mark 24, 36, 45, 172 Newman, Rene 30, 190 NEWTON, LAURI 155 NEWTON, MARK 155 Neyer, Linda 190 Nicholson, Dennis k 135, 136 Nightengale, Chris 119, 172 Noble, Jo Ann 190 NOBLE, RUSTY 36, 155 Norwell, Jeff 190 Novasad, Sheryl 24, 190 .O- O'DELL, KEVIN 24, 155 ORNDORFF, TIM 36, 155 ORR, DEBBIE 64, 143, 155 Osborne, Brenda 64, 143, 155 Osborne, Cyntheia 172 Osborne, Doris 190 OSBORNE, DWIGHT 45, 155 Owen, Mark 56, 64, 172 Oxford, Tracy 30, 190 ..P.- Page, Terri 24, 26, 48, 56, 64, 90 PARKER, MARK 29, 30, 54, 64 Parker, Zack 29, 30, 47, 88, 93, 101, 171, 172 PASCHALL, BECKY 24, 51, 143, 155 Patton, Sharon 190 Paxon, Susan 39, 64, 172 PEARSON, SCOTT 18, 20, 21, 28, 29,30,31, 52,155 Peden, Marty 24, 43, 55, 173 Peevy, Charma gne 190 PEEVY, DEBRA 155 Peevy, William 173 PEMBERTON, BILLY 155 Pendgraf, Patti 17, 168, 173 PENCE, GARY 64, 155 Peters, Janis 173 Peterson, Sue 126 Pettis, Shan 190 Phillips, Gary 190 Piatt, Nancy 29, 48, 125, 173 Pickens, Fern 190 PICKENS, MARSHA 155 PICKENS, RENEE 190 Pickens, Rene 17 3 PIERCE, CALVIN 71, 77, 88, 95, 99, 156 Piggee, Patricia 17 3 Piggee, Sharon 191 PINTO, SONIA 41, 68, 155, 156 PLADZIEWICZ, CINDY 22, 23, 26, 39, 42, 43, 56, 61, 63, 64, 72, 147, 156 Poff, Annette 191 POLLACK, JOHN 156 PoLLocK, MIKE 7, 36, 46, 101, 143, 156 Polzien, Julie 24, 64, 191 PONDER, ROGER 156 POOL, DAVID 117, 156 Pope, Brian 50, 191 Pritchard, Doug 191 PRITCHARD, KATHI 33, 38, 156 Proctor, Steve 173 Pruett, David 173 Pruitt, Cynthia 119, 191 PULTE, ANNE 156 Purvey, Robert 173 -Q- QUILLEN, STAN 45, 142, 156 ..R- Rabb, Boots 14, 32, 34, 47, 53, 64, 173 Ralls, Beth 191 Rasmuson, Wilma 39, 54, 134, 136 Ray, Janet 191 REED, SHANNON 46, 88, 147, 156 Reed, Sherman 37, 46, 101, 173, 197 Reinke, Tim 191 Remondino, Toni 17, 37, 52, 64, 77, 78, 188, 191 REVELLE, MARK 20, 44, 88, 156 Reynolds, Craig 191 Rewalt, Harvey 24, 42, 64, 191 RHODES, BRENDA 156 RICE, SUSAN 156 RICHARDS, RITA 29, 44, 156 Riesen, Tom 36, 64, 57, 117, 178, 180, 181, 191 Riggs, Dean 191 Riley, Randall 173 Ringwald, Jan 34, 134, 136, 138 RISINGER, WESLEY 95, 97, 99, 156 Rison, Jayna 37, 52, 56, 191 Rison, Joe 36, 56, 64, 117, 160, 173 Roberson, Frankie 71 Roberson, Marla 48, 164, 174 Roberson, Shari 32, 33, 34, 41, 48, 53, 167, 169, 174 Roberson, Sharon 191 Roberts, Blake 36, 64, 191 ROBERTS, CARL 71, 156 Roberts Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts ,Cheryl 17, 54, 64, 170, 174 Christy 191 David 95 Elias 178 Paul 24 174 Robertsbn, Bill 95, 174 ROBERTSON, LU ANNE 61, 64, 144 ROBIE, MARK 45 Robie, Robin 45, 174 Rodriquez, Mike 22, 23, 56, 64, 66, 84, 115,167, 174 Ross, David 24, 193 Ross, Kelly 37, 78, 79, 174 Rowley, Eddie 192 ROZELL, MARK 157 Rue, Jeff 88, 192 Ruf, Amy 6, 37, 39, 54, 166, 171, 174 Russell, Donna 41, 192 RUSSELL, JO DONNA 3, 45, 157, 158 RUTH, DAVID 101, 157 is- Sadler, Lisa 24, 64, 174 Sadler, Scott 24, 192 Salles, Virginia 174 Salyer, Keith 24, 174 SANCHEZ, LONNIE 95, 157 Sargent, Pam 45 Sargent, Pat 174 Sarton, Jimmy 192 SAYLOR, ANNE 61, 157 Saylor, Carol 136 SCEARCE, CHERYLE 26, 64, 71, 82, 83, 143, 157 Schene, Jay 51, 192 Schene, Susan 51, 115, 174 201 SCHONE, FRANK 49 Scott, Carl 192 SCOTT, ROSLYN 29, 157 SCOTT, SUSAN 143, 157 Segler, Darla 53, 174 Shaffer, Penny 50, 175 SHARP, CONNIE 157 Sharp, James 192 SHELTON, LINDA 31 Shipley, Rae Ann 24, 39, 48, 64, 192 Shoemaker, Amber 192 SHOEMAKER, CHARLES 157 Short, Joy 24, 192 Simmons, Randy 33, 48, 192 Simon,,Buddy 36, 45, 174 SINGLETON, DEE ANN 14, 43, 64, 143, 7157 Sisco, Dixie 64, 29, 174 Skidmore, Kathy 24, 26, 29, 64, 175 Skinner, Charles 45, 175 , Slaughter, Becky 33, 53, 175 SLAUGHTER, DORIS 39, 48, 61, 145, 155, 157' Slinkard, Vicki 192 Smith, Charles 136- Smith, 'Cheryl 43, 48, 61, 188, 192 Smith, fDr. Glenn 4, 123, 132, 140 Smith, Glenn 24,VV37,45, 175 . SMITH, GREG A-157 f ' V V V Smith, Jo davvana 136 g 3' I SMITH, LINDA G. 29,' 81,'150, 157 SMITH, LINDA, J. 157' i A A Smith, Ray 192, ' Smith, Rhonda 64, 192 Smith, Russelli1'92 ' Smith, Teresa 32, 333, 53, 175 ' Sneed, Karol 5V2, 119, 193 ' Snider, Bill 193 Sophus, Deborah 175 ' Southers, John'193' A ' Sparks, Marsha 24, 39, 51, 64, 164, 175 2 Sparlin, Brenda, 193 Spears, Dee Anna 193- I Spencer, Cheryl 24, 115, 175 SPENCER, MIKE 36, 46,' 95, 99, 107, 108, 109,143, 157 in Spindle, Schel'50, 64, 193, 197 Spradling, Dee Ann 193 Spring, Roger 182, 193 Stephens, Gary 175 ' Stephens, Kim 6, 37, 41, 175 STEPHENSON, O. C. 12, 157 Stevens, Debra 38, 175 Stevenson, Mildred 193 Stoker, Diana 24, 26, 175 stolfa, Tim 50, 119, 193 Stone, Barbara 175 Stone, Belinda 193 sums, Chris 29, 30, 36, 83, 188, 193 STORTS, JESSE 7, 36, 64, 71, 157 Stoughtenborough, Regina 175 STOUT, JERRY 7, 46, 142, 153, 157 202 Stuckey, Jo Lynn, 175 Sugg, Patrice 165, 175, 176 Sullivan, Jeff 175 Sunday, Mike 193 Swindell, Leesa 24, 20, 30, 49, 56, 64, 186, 193 -LT... Talley, Kevin 36, 52, 55, 88, 175 Talley, Perry 193 Tanner, Chuck 64, 119, 175 TANNER, SUE 39, 42, 43, 61, 62, 64, 72, 119, 145, 147, 158 Taylor, Linda 24, 29, 39, 64, 175 Taylor, Lisa 31, 193 Taylor, Norma 126, 139 Taylor, Rita 41, 64, 125, 175, 176 Thomas, Liz 41, 64, 193 THOMPSON, JON 22, 23, 29, 30, 2 32, 34, 53, 64, 158 THOMPSON, SCOTT 3, 64, 158 STHRONEBERRY, DALE 158 Tipps, Ronnie 36, 89 Todd, Eugene 136, 150, 185 Todd, Kendy 176 4 Todd, Kent 18, 20, 29, 88, 117, 4 172, 193 , Todd, Sharon 193 ' Q Tom, Jefferson James 176 Tompkins, Chris 36, 64, 95, 193 TRAIL, LUANN 64, 155, 158 Trent,-Greg 24, 26, 51, 64, 176 TRIVITT, DEWAYNE 29, 30, 158 TROVATO, ANNETTE 158 Tucker, Theresa 193 Tyler, Vaughn 174, 176 Underwood, Jackie 64, 66, 72, 162, 169, 176 -vm Van Aucker, Stacey 176 Vance, Jimmy 193 Veeder, Sandy 55, 64, 176 Vernon, Mike 36, 45, 160, 176, 197 VERNON, PAT 36, 158 Vickers, Bob 45, 1176 Vinson, Kathy 176V V Velayos, Laurie 7, 37, 50, 195 ,Wi Wackler, John 20, 30, 194 Waddle, Rhonda 52, 194 Wainscott, Steve 29, 30, 194 Walck, Susie, 64, 115, 176 WALKER, BOB 36, 55, 61, 65, 64, 145, 158 . . Walker, Jennifer 6, 37, 42, ,52, 54, 176 ' Wallace, Billy 176 WALLACE, GIL 7, 36, 46, 56, 64, 71, 158 Wallace, Jeff 29, 36, 37, 44, 101, 160, 176 A V Walk, Billy 176 it A Walton, Tom 89, 92 ' Ward, Margaret 55, 176 Ward, Trudy 41, 52, 67, 180, 194 Ware, Susie 29, 31, 41, 44, 119, 171, 176 Washington, Chris 194 WASHINGTON, PHILLIP 88, 71, 158 WATKINS, CHRISTIE 158 Watson, Gay 10, 24, 43, 48, 52, 56, 64, 194 WAYE, BECKY 26, 29, 44, 64, 125 152, 158 Webb, Pearlene 194 West, Charles 20, 29, 44, 176 WHALEY, SHERRIE 158 WHITE, LORETTA 18, 29, 43, 64, 158 White, Lena 38 WHITLEY, BETH 20, 21, 29, 31, 44, 159 WILDMAN, NAN 18, 37, 41, 64, 72, 155, 159 WILES, BETH 24, 26, 42, 43, 61, 64,72,149,159 Wiley, Mark 29, 30, 194 Wilkes, Jerry 24, ,194 , . Williams, Amelia 194 Williams, Billy 177 ' Williams, David 194 Williams, Frank 16, 88, 177 Williams, George 194 WILLIAMS, JEFF 42, 36, 43, 49, 64, 65, 148, 159 ' Williams, 'Jonathan 95, 177 V VVWII4LIAMS,'1JIM 42, 43, 64, 117, 1159119 Williams, Kim 30,64 WILLIAMS, LAURIE 16, 22, 23, 24 39, 42, 56, 61, 64, 72, 159 Williams, Lori 24, 38, 43, 177 Williams, Mike 194 , , , J , , Williams, Travis31119V4 Williamson,ffJanet194 3' V V V l Williamson,fJp'hn,6.4,2194 I 5 f 1 WILLIAMSON, KENNETH 71,,95, 159 7 U Williamson, Teresa 31 ' V Q , Willis, Cindy 54, 150,-165, 177 j WILLIS, GLENN 146, 51,' 55, 78,8 101,143,159 J 1 Willis, Joe 135, 136, 138, 139, 149 Willis, John 137, 170 V WILSON, ANTHONY 15, 37, 159 WILSON, ANNA 45, 49, 1159, 158 Wilson, Brenda 31, 177 , Wilson, Kelly 6, 36, 184, 194,195 Wilson, Pam 29, 41, 51,1162, 177 WilS0n,,Rhondai195 I 1 I Winslow,lShauni3O, 184, 195 - Winter, Chris-50, 1771 ' 1 , , Wolfe, Cyntheia 1373 A ' Womack, Loma 42, 137 V 7 Wood, Loryn 29, 38, 177, H - 3, 4 WOOD, NANCY 29, 45, '155, 159 Wood, Trudy 177 Woodruff, Lorna 195 Woody, Cathy 195 Woody, Steve 177 WORLEY, DENISE 1 59 WRIGHT, CYNTHIA Wright, Jean 177 159 WRIGHT, MARY LYNN 61, 143, 1 59 Wright, Phillip 1 9 5 .-Y-. 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