Arkansas High School - Porker Yearbook (Texarkana, AR)

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EVENT fz Y N 3 Gex . , t W' A P x, rl 9 w . i I, rf Y' r gk THAI. 7-I Q, 1 i 'i 5 9 ' 5' fi ALLQ Q BE T0 u' L 'z'-ff. meC'?ZR'?L?QsANDlO GOUDWILL HENGEFORTH FROM HKFVEN T6 MEN ' BEGIN BND NEVER GREASE ,hh ,oa- K l ,L. wg... ,i 1-1 'K 'gi' F-3-. ,, f.-1 -r' , . f 123 fx' f 5 .4.f"J .-r' ..,.:.w '. 'f A F5 -'- P, ?,,.,,'3i,f"'l X xx ' Table of Contents 1 7 A Awards 8L Honors 16 lt 1, Personalities 29 1 Senior Favorites 37 Band 74 Student Productions 81 - X! Organizations 91 Spirit Section 115 ll Sports 123 Administration 164 1 A Campus Life 178 Al, Senior Class 194 lg Junior Class 246 1 A Sophomore Class 266 1 Advertising 288 , I 4 AHS 1979-1980 Senior Honor Roll The 1979-180 Senior Honor Roll is comprised of the top twenty graduates of the class. These students, along with maintaining a superior scholastic record, are active in various school or- ganizations, sports, and civic ac- tivities. They represent the best Ar- kansas High has to offer the future. tt" CAROLYN MATT SHOUP SEDGASS Was CARISSA BRYANT ANN HUGHES Q37 MARY HUMPHRIES EVELYN CANDELARIA JENNIFER DAVIS li ig , , ' U ' z Q . if - 7' 591 R, , Q. - , , I HE ,QJAW X ' . .awk K BILL MALCOLM Qwwtbs THE GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM The gifted and Talented Program is an organization formed for the benefit of students who meet certain scholastic requirements and show an interest in par- ticipating in extracurricular activities, and in the arts, social sciences, natural sci- ences, applied sciences and mathematics, languages, or almost any field of interest imaginable. Gifted and .7- Jie JAMES FOSTER JANA GLADDEN EDDIE GAMBLE ax ,Q KELLY MCDONALD DWYNE MITCHELL KAREN NUNNALLY -5 Talented students work on proj- ects throughout the year and re- ceive an honor point for each semester. Mr. Russell, Mrs. Purifoy and Mrs. Parker are the coordinators. I-I Akin. Lisa Calicott, Tim Davis. Jennifer Foster, James Hickerson. Janis Loyd. Vikki Mc Donald. Becca Mitchell, Dwync Roberts. Lisa Smith. Les Wren. Claire Andres. Jay Brooks. Lynn Chumley. Tammy Fields. Marci Harris. Tony Jones. Chip Mauk, Richard McClerkin, Martha Nelson. Reba Pumphrey, Trip Stewart. Cheryl Vance. Bart Wright. Shelly Allen. Tim Berry. Becca Cigainero, Frances Dean. Tracy Gore, Allison Howell, Kathy Miller. Terri Nelson, Freeta Rogers, Bill Smiley. Cindy Whistle, Cindy Yarber. Kathy Baker. Anita Candelaria. Evelyn Duke. Kelly Gamble. Eddie Hill, John Malcolm. Bill Mc Donald. Kelley Nunnally, Karen Ruggles. Gail Stroud. John Bohn. Bobby Carroll, Sharon Dellinger. Mark Hackler, Susan Holden. Angela Lambert, Paige Meadows, Patty Parker, Edwalker Roberson. Clarence Thomas. Betty Watts, Lori Bann, Biff Carlton, Cindy Corbett, Jeff Funderburg, Denisa Hobson. Gwen Maloney, WiUiam Mitchell, Reginald Price, Terri Skinner, Robin Vanderslice, Cynthia Wright. Kevin JANIS HICKERSON DANA PAYNE fi? 14.1 .3432 P . JOHN HILL 5 Vt emi JOAN SALISBURY RONNIE VILLARREAL Seniors Bohn. Joy Chumley. Thomas Gladden. Jana Hughes. Ann McCauley, Kevin Meadows. Ronnie Payne. Dana Sanderson, Leon Villarreal. Ronnie Juniors Braswell, Darla Christian, Ellen Franks, Suzy Hansche, Mark Johnston, Nonna Manley, Mike Merchant. Nancy Peavy, Mike Roberson, Greg Townsend, Lisa Wright. Gia Sophomores Bair, Cindy Burt. Prentiss Clements, Monica hike. Carol Hickman, Patti Long, Jen' McCorkle, Charles Parsons. John Sanderson, Robert Upton, Nedra Wooten, Tim DENNIS WOODRUFF Bryant, Carissa Cullipher, Ken Ferguson, Nela Harder, Susan Humphries, Mary Mc Daniel. Nelwyn Mills, Ron Rose, Carol Skinner, Rhonda Woodmtf, Dennis Bass. Joanna Bryant. Keni Daniels, Mollie Gladden. Nancy Hinshaw, Curt Kizzar, Mark McCollum, Jelf Northup. Dawn Purifoy. Phil Shoptaw. Mark Vu, Kim Young, Greg Ashby, Mary Boyles, David Clement, Lisa Drewery, Torrie Harder. Mary Hunter, Tony McClerkin, Katheri Pardue, Greg Richardson, Tracy Smith. Loyd Willard, Herk Yeager, Evelyn HC 17 Mrs. Beck, Sponsor Larry Bruick 333' Kelly Duke Jana Gladden Mr. Russell, Sponsor Carissa Bryant James Foster Janis Hickerson Jacqueline Biddle Evelyn Candelaria Russ Caraway ff' x Veronica Fulce Eddie Gamble John Hill Ann Hughes Mary Humphries Rebecca Mc Donald Ronnie Mills Dwayne Mitchell S Karen Nunnally Dana Payne Darlene Peterson Lisa Roberts Leon Sanderson Carolyn Sedgass John Stroud Ronnie Villarreal Peter Wolf Dennis Woodruff Shane Woodruff Claire Wren A. 'wa Q6 46 atlonal Honor i i C W' 'T' ,. ' typ- Lg, ' 5 9 AW ,' - if 8 uk . ' ' Q . .t X 1- 'V Q hh XJ Connie Day, Lisa Akin, Jennifer Davis, Barry Monroe, Ronnie Meadows, Charlotte Reynolds, Tina Moreland, Joe Crow. Society Initiates 2.-'T ZH, - 7 gl Rhonda Skinner, Tim Calicott, Becky Moore, .loan Salisbury, Les Smith, Kelly Mc Donald. Natalie Coker, Cathy Sewell, Nina Powell, Nelwyn Mc Daniel, Renee Wallace, Laura Henry, Matt Shoup. NATIONAL Hdnon SOCIETY Karen Black Sharon Carroll Beth Cook Tina Engledowl Mark Hansche Mark Kizzar Patty Meadows Reba Nelson Phil Purifoy Laura Ward Shelley Wright JUNIOR INDUCTEES Lynn Brooks Ellen Christian Mollie Daniel Nancy Gladden Curt Hinshaw Paige Lambert Mike Mobley Michael Peavy Betty Thomas Lori Watts Gia Wright Marty Byers Tammy Chumley Mark Dellinger Susan Hackler Chip Jones Cheryl May Vera Monroe Michelle Pickett Bart Vance Teri Willard f " 3 ? 2 9 W Qi EL iso' ,g X A tht l f J in N ll 1 ll Bubba Avance Carissa Bryant David Byers Tim Calicon Evelyn Candelaria Russ Caraway A ., Q I " i , lx X " 1 1 if - Kelly Duke James Foster Eddie Gamble Janis Hickerson John Hill GIRLS' STATE BOYS' STATE 1 ARKANSAS l l.. e ,2 Ann Hughes Bill Malcolm Dwyne Mitchell Barry Monroe Karen Nunnally f Payne Leon Sanderson John Stroud Peter Wolf Dennis Woodruff Shane Woodruff Lisa Akin First Place - Local, District, State Dana Payne - 3rd Place for Soroptimist Youth Awards David Byers Richardson Award for Leadership All-Conference Jerald Deloney All- Conference Joe Hickey Fighting Heart Award All-Conference Henry Koontz Most Valuable Player Arkansas Superteam All-State Gary McDowell Fighting Heart Award All-Conference SHOTPUT CHAMPION Voice of Democracy Winners . James Foster - Second Place ' John Stroud Third Place - 2 Renee Sewell- Fourth Place 'T Melissa Ashby - Fifth Place ' Brenda Leigh - Sixth Place X I ,,f'xX br' Y I Q ' ' Hiker- it to 'Qihff 'fy we ,gwi ' aim? R l W, ptr '1- N.. v e""' 'N' x 'tfif Qs not pictured Stacy Rayfield All-Conference Shane Woodruff All-State Cynthia Cummings All-State Volleyball Betty Ann Richardson Breaks AHS AAAA Confer- ence, and State Records - I 1 -X YW C""'7 of-f R Te' Kelly Duke Darla Braswell Bill Malcolm C' Presidential Classroom Tv i. Ed Parker Becca Mc Donald Claire Wren Mike Stevens Dwyne Mitchell Pat Hunter -l"'0"'S Cr' - .1 Therese King Jay Andres John Stroud Chip Jones Outstandlng Red Jackets Brenda Lelgh Gwen Odom Charlotte Reynolds f fx f t V -' qi "'-'55 1, if 21 ,si r' 1' H Qin H555 ff Q9 ,........,,f Shane Woodruff R Good Citizen Award -. 'il ff'5.t,,- ,- Mike LaBet'f lst Place State DECA Convention Susan Jones lst Place Southwest Arkansas Garden ,ziqvl . ,L cm, 'YQ-1! S.- Club Oratorical Contest 5' 'WIN lst Place State Winner ART AWARDS AND HONORS Artists' work selected to be displayed at Young Arkansas Artists Exhibition, Arkansas Arts Center Little Rock A 'D i , h ' ' K www- ,gg :at . , tj 1, Q" if - if , If 2. ' . gf, ,,,. H H i 73- V --as al 1 ' - ' ' X 11403 l 5 1 ul Acie Hollins, Shanna Stroup, Lloyd Burrell, Janann Quinn, Stan Hendren. ' lik ta nv' 'x 5 4 I 0' X 1 Q' ' ' s. ' X7 Becca Mc Donald, Billy Cook, Vikki Lloyd, Lee Kendrick. Duma Sims, Evelyn Candelaria, Leon Sanderson, Jerry Weekly. A HS Outstanding Artists Jerry Weekly Duma Sims Evelyn Candelaria sill' if FX Science Fair inners .pug Oi' Ron Mills - Second place local. First place regional Barry Monroe - Second place local. First place regional .lohn Taylor - Second place local, First place regional Ronald Villareal - Second place local. First place regional " fa x Phil Purifoy - Second place local. Third place regional K. D. Boyd - Second place local Cindy Carlton - First place local, First place regional Gail Treas - Second place local, Third place regional , I ., , 'if sl 5 lj A. ka a f' , X 1' l Sanderson - Grand local, First place regional, Prize regional Howell - Second place First place regional ichard Gamer - First place ocal, Hon. mention regional ony Edwards - Second place ocal. First place regional Geoff Long -- Second place ocal, First place regional s k1t,'s,:f,3fsc- K . , ,gasp , . v 1--v 14, 0.6 Avuuste.. , 5 ' f X--9-ac-E ' at . F E-1 x. ' x 1 l Tim Calicott - First place local, First place regional Thomas Chumley - First place local, First place regional Porter Cox - Grand Prize local, Second place regional Jana Gladden - First place local. Third place regional if 3 ,f .M ' KJ' Dennis Woodruff- First place local, Grand Prize regional Claire Wren - Second place local, Second place regional Leon Sanderson - Second place local, Second place local Ed Parker - First place local. Third place regional 6 wr ' Reba Nelson - Second place local. Second place regional Matt Cox - First place local, Second place regional Tony Wasson - First place local, First place regional Mike Manley - First place local, Third place regional 4... t his SL 'Cole l 1 S.- , 4 S If 3 ' a Q tsli , P Janis Hickerson Teri Willard Teresa Norment Jackie Biddle Becky Moore First Place First Place First Place Second Place Second.Place Miss FBLA Data Processing Electronic Calculator Accounting II Job Description Manual an we-gev Veronica Fulce Jana Gladden Brenda Leigh Curt Hinshaw Nela Ferguson Fourth Place Fifth Place Fifth Place Fifth Place Fifth Place Oftice Procedures Accounting I Public Speaking Mr. FBLA Job Interview FBLA Awards Frank Shamlian, First Place SAU Geometry Contest Mary Harder, Second Place SAU Geometry Contest Cindy Whistle, Third Place SAU Geometry Contest 26 'ET' Lisa McClure AAAA Central All- Conference Basketball Peter Wolf AAAA Central All- Conference Basketball Not Pictured: Anthony Berry AAAA Central All- Conference, All- State Basketball dat V7 E 1 3 X J l Carissa Bryant, Texarkana's Junior Miss Kelly Duke, Arkansas's Junior Miss is-dw All State Choir, Mark Hansche X All Region Choir members are John Hill, Shelly Wright, Lori Watts, Nancy Merchant, Terry Manley, Mark Shoptaw, Les Smith, Mark Hanscheg not pictured-Terrye McDowell, Angela x Morgan, Mary Rucker and John Parsons. All Slate Band 1979 State Tennis Champs: Girls 16 Doubles - Cynthia Vanderslice and - Matha McClerkin. Boys I6 Singles Jay Andres. Carissa Bryant' Joyce Engledowl' Tony Edwards Ns., T- u Most Outstanding Male AFJ ROTC Cadet Cadet l!Lt. Eddie Gamble 28 Most Outstanding Female AFJ ROTC Cadet Cadet l!Lt. Sussan Hackler , A I J io I L 555 ' I I I? Doug Co n A Yresidenr mx-sw en uf mrs mc. I Silhools 81 Agencies x international I I Q vis. Lillian Biork, Sponsor Cm'm'Fm'5hm9'MOdexm9 The Yorker Texarkana Arkansas Senior 'nigh School l5rn and Zieiierson streets I I Texarkana, Arkansas 15502 Dear Ms. Biork, lr is indeed a privilege for our stair to once aqain ha" 'Une 'nonor oi selecting the Yorker Yearbook Beanrief I were nuxverous phoroqrapns oi "'oeauries" sul'-"' I made our decision a very diiiiculr one. I lxirer careful delifoerarion, f'- graph itll to be the new ' A maids, in no parti' I Mi, ms, 2' I O Z Sz Q I -Doug agen 5 EZ dm LJ I Sn' Q 4 L01 Q I Q00 ' I uf.-55 I I dvfom :XVI Banff Ljzcgoyafffi Z' CLmf5m'Of70'Z,fy L55 mana 1- 47112 I I I I CS, wssbgawcti and B Saud - is ,dum Qlkn , . ' xi ,,.' .X NA- 1 XA 1, . wel A Q -V r - Q W ,J 1iim.i1ki'k N , ,,. 1 A A v fg. Q f . - J' WW " GK .1 ' An Porker Maid Akilah Abdullah KB Ist x, 1 V f "5LP"" ," f.g:,. , h -ir 15:1 RQ 1 Q, ig Porker Maid Leslie Arnold J' , M.. ,r f 9? Nw.. x x 4 Q f' . xg Y Q +42 ra M x .wx A' 3 , F' i, wi Nz 2 if Q 5 , .nr - N i ' 1? 5 I 1 Q 1 ffl J .YN , .ff Q 5, '15 am' ef 5 Q MQW My M My QM MQW xx! 1 8 Most Popular Boy Shane Woodruff ki! Most Popular Girl Kelly Duke Most Likely to Succeed Girl Evelyn Candelaria .6 I Q 3 2 Q f , v I 5 . V , , J' X w ,. A a Most Likely to Succeed Boy Mike Stevens 39 x 1 lf , , ,.' , 3 1 f 5 v ,gx Q .Wi ,Q N n Q . Q 3 M, 'fl g , . iii I 1 Q. ,ff , K '1 YW i.. ' n Q'-1' . 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CLASS UNNERS Jerald Deloney Best All Around Boy UP xx N , X 4 Nxt ' il l S G Larry Bruick Jackie Biddle Leslie Amold Nelwyn Mc Daniel Most Active Boy Most Active Girl Friendliest Girl Most Athletic Girl VORITES 5-1 Tim Calicott Rosemary Canida Class Jester Boy Class Jester Girl 'I ' 2 K4 :X , fm 'nf ,-A Lau. ' V. 5 Karen Nunnally avid Jordan Donna Feagins Best All Around Girl Cutest Boy Cutest Girl tiff o Mr. 8a Miss A.H.S. Lisa Roberts and Peter Wolf QWWQQ 'vm - v . x , sit. - "1 :I o' .vw rx p -,.E. ox .3 X: fig! .4 xfgkf A xv .Y ay, "iff '?"v,w ' ff e N am 'ffm K! Q 13' qs!! K 0'L, i .4 .1 Vp ART CLUB SWEETHEART and BEAU Angela Morgan and Billy Cook 3 4' v 54 V I 1 R FBLA SWEETHEART and BEAU Russ Caraway and Lacy Geiger 114'-gg 0: 5, Q1 ".df,.-5?-U' ' .Jim-f' n'?",?f 13. -ng 1 Q 5' QQ ik "0- FCA SWEETHEART and BEAU Peter Wolf and Susan Harder O M K in ,nnuuuunu-u...,,,A 1 , ., ,Q4 -J"51'f' -1' ...fi F g R , I ' M if wx A ' 'N-:,,',,g,5 - VL 7 my d'iWf.ff5?i7' .f'. ' 1 . 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"fQs:,'1,' ai .., ., .Qfv-gf! C nr " ,f.fg,A, K1 , Q ii ' .,. 3.7 5.4 .4 ,bs 9f'.?l . z ..., . L . 'lil-'w :Q . i'-V.- 1 ff-H' fge 1 1 ' Q li-Q11-'T' x 'w..,-M In-'mf' gm 1 .4 I .4: . H , r. -ww, Teresa Ashcraft - Senior, Captain Tammie Belvin - Senior . 'L,'- .-.' ' J X .' " . ' r .M D ,1 1. Band Council ,Z Us HQ ' 1 5 s l , S in fl ,, pi ,f gif Mike Stevens - President, Renee Sewell - Secretary- Tony Edwards, Derwin Turner, Becca Berry, Tina Engledowl, Greg Young, Treasurer, Ron Mills - Vice-President. Gamble, Teresa Ashcraft, Machelle Adcock, Maurie Spratt, Lisa Akin, Drewery, Debbie Pennington, Tammy Chumley. ag ,- W by 1. . '- . First and Second All-State Bands - Karen Jones, Tony Edwards, Carissa Bryant, Joyce Engledowl, Terry Manley, Donny Mixon, Charles McCorkle. C fb," ' w A FIRST ALL-REGION BAND- Tim Allen, Jimmie C lin, Donny Mixon, Bill Malcolm, Tony Harris, Les Sr Shaylon Allen, Terry Manley, Sharon Carroll, Cal Bryant, Joyce Engledowl, Karen Jones, Susan Hackler, Watts, Paige Lambert, Debra Turney, Kelly Mc Donald, T Willard, Tony Edwards. 7 ' g.g'A,4 ' it "1smk 4 A 'tx .ey .3,. A fffvfwf-A" Ir, a . VTX ' We SECOND ALL-REGION BAN D- Charles McCorkle, Pepe Gamble, Roberson, NormaJohnston, Nancy Gladden, Vickie Calhoun, Angela Connie Gilliam, Sonya Thompson, Tina Thomas, Tina Engledowl, Freeman, Becca Berry, Joni Page, Machelle Adcock. .. ir'-' - !.r.."7' F3 ee, F! S 0 'ri 'fn H an - M'------K'---f----M f Y--- M- S -..- W- ""' '-ir-'-'--- f - v- -f f f , 4-Z SYMPHONIC BAND Mr. George Gamble J-115 N, ,, Jr, SECTIONS Carissa Bryant Student Director I iu'l"T"! In-virus-xr. , ,u n --Af Jan- -me ,M-nun'-4 ug?-, - C ilfii: +1-s-vw---iff. xi' Mr. Roben Williams CONCERT BAND ,M STAGE BAN D SECTIONS TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS U"' QNATIONALP . HONOR SOCHETY S Z, .J 2 S f L Volume 9 SCHOOL ANTHOLOGY X, The Arkansas High School Madrigal Singers are an elite singing group chosen by audi- tion each spring. They provide entertainment not only for the student body but the entire community as well as partici- pation in All-Region, All- State, and Madrigal festivals. This year they won superior ratings at Region Festival and Madrigal Festival. The members are: Steven Kroll, Machelle Adcock, Edwin Tillman, Becky Martindale, Mark Hansche, Martha Laney, Les Smith, Shirley Richards, Mark Shop- taw, Carissa Bryant, Terrye McDowell, Terry Manley, Lori Watts, Greg Young, An- gela Morgan, Kevin Drewery, Nancy Merchant, John Hill, Shelly Wright. 52 The 5 24 r up W Q . WX, A Mmgt' 1 .rol- 3' fl' 1 X,,.,, v Q so if Lg 11,955 adrigal Sponsor Mrs. Betty Jo Monroe 9' :J- 83 TC PGH T' ? x 5 E s , 3 2 E Fil F-I! I-1 71 .D 3-QW Q31 'iQ- 'E S B H A19-J -Q Xxx Play Director - Choral Director- 4 t. ,, .X ,W Y KATE A 2 JY? Mrs. Sue Gray Miss Claudia Densgii U ,N COLE PORTER a K KKA., , 'lie it 11 ff U3 ff if 3 sf sf' , Pfzt l , lx l 5 5 is as ro'rr 3 S ini oo'o 'ity '1Qf.fIfY'fi'f' '.'oro ii: eo,ei ifffm' If .., ,...,..................L....Y . , Y-..,,... Yga Q. ,,, .,X. L19 fd l -V. K. if 5 I , . ..,,. v is ii, no . t fi H Piiiiipals 4 James Foster l- Frei! Graham and l5etru5hiog Carissa Bryant- Lilli Van- essa andfKathQir3dRQ1 Mints -gBill Cai: houn.and Liucentrog,-Lisa Akirif--Lois Line 1, and Bianfag Les Smithq- Paul: John Hill- Qremioffponny Mixon - fHortensiog Shir- . alley Rihhard - Hattig Bin Malcolm - Bap- X tis iPatnck Intyrei- Ralph Joe Hickey lg anigienrysklggntz 5- Gangsgrs., rl Z.. L.- ,, 5 E N " . i 3' i 1 l i : sew, 01+ . A -6 cw . ' 5' Oo L- ii o lei ffl if S+' ,b" N . 3 . .sxn-.dv-N. Cn 3 N E i V X W X filling? t ' f " . 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L L L. eylius, ms is ssess B-f B-Q new Mm R lCir19v,Gil1iam: L .4 he S Carol a J L f J Kare yal Sha lon tlen Mi ef umey 'Q nr ,V , as U' Nina ow l ,, Herky ard: f , er Wolf Shirley Richard 2 Pepe G , ble l Joan Salisbury Greg Young TU MBLERS Carolyn Sedgass Martha Laney Mary Humphries Rhonda Skinner Vikkie Loyd ,,,,,... Brenda Mitchell Terry Stewan 1 .. i A i Q L I Mike Tumey Z' yi Mfg Q 5 ge 1 'vp 3 Q Dennig Woodruff l"' F 4 ' 3 v F if 9? CD CD 1 'U Q 'i"""' cu ,, A if f is 5 1 ii 0 Hj ' 0 iiis 'ig,.3 ii '15 -Lil 6""'-ii r 1 85 Pubhcatlons Razorback Porker Crawford Y Ph grapher 1 nvnsn Stan Hendren Photographer N! Theresa Norment .Q 9 x Jennifer Davis 1 1 Angela Morgan Photographer ig' 1 f 7 inn frevv Q ' K xi .1 1 milk! Z X ki 'J VV 'l R f . N 4 W' f , r, 1 J, 1 - fi ,-, ,,2L,.92 ' -4, " , V M f'Af A Clifton Jones 3 .Y W' P. -.. 'xx' xuxnx.-I-1 ,s L N.- X x SX v .. l l Les Smith Tony Morrison Mxke Stevens Kelly Mc Donald Becca Mc Donald N! Mrs. Bjork, Sponsor W' I Y Wu I 'Q I -Q x J , 54 Y O . X if .' I .Ld . ,-- tl .C ..-' '5'51JJJJJg4 Q J. '.' x 1 n N. ,A A ,V . 5. x S? I Q." 5 Q GQ' x g., At if Q if ru' 5-V.. 'qu' J ' In . ol: , 'x.,H? iv Y I an .:. ,vs W A Q .0 'cf 1 ' .,sQ,-' ffsf' 1 . , gr 'W ',n ,, ! . Q ,N . xffe Q'-'Tl 'l G6 he-nf 158. Miss AHS Beauties M Q U qu nz' atzbizft Student Council AF ROTC Art DECA FCA French Club FBLA FFA FHA FTA Hero Library Key Nike SAC Speech Club Spanish Club VICA Young Democrats Young Republicans Math Club Q... OFFICERS: Carissa Bryant. Secretary: Lisa Roberts. Presidentg Kelly Duke, Treasurer: Susan Hackler. Vice President: Leon Sanderson, Parliamentarian. 1. . I gl SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Evelyn Candelaria. Dana Payne. Tony Morrison. Claire Wren. Terri Stewart. STUDE Sponsor - Mrs. Sandy Lane SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: Malone. Gwen Hobson, Cindy Bailey. Burt, Charlene Staggs, Tracy Richardson, T Moore. JoAnn Richardson. David Byers, Joe Crow, Joy Bohn, Mike Stevens,,Lajuana Cooper. Derick Giles, Susan Alison Gore, Debbie Carol Duke.. QOU CIL S -bm- ili 0. Gia Wright, Debbie Potter, Pepe Gamble, Melissa Glass, Ellen Christian. NK' 'r,,4-11 Sonya Thompson. Robin West, Tony Odom, Kalebyra Mitchell, Vera Monroe. Senior Student Council election. a hs 'im E 'W JW' 4 'Qi Qfv' V wg fe wg. ' ' I Q 15,4 4 pi . ,P ww-V .,,...x SGH mx ,.,.'f i x l V it I1 . ' 1 --H 'lf ' Q... ' r-f-as " ' ,.... X , F""' . I LJ I if 'wm- SQXYQW' 1 4- Manx. s 7 'Q 1441 .Wil Q 'bf w,. Jzfeifr . . D V S A n Acie Hollins, Evelyn Candelaria, Howard Lollis, Duma Sims, Susan Hard- er, Becca Mc Donald, Billy Cook, Rhonda Skinner, Mary Muncey, Leon Sanderson, Loria Jefferson. A i 'K "..,. fr " .i"?? 'QI Kerri Bryant, Joanna Bass, Jackie Dailey, Betty Thomas, Vera Monroe, Rickey Nash. rt Club ' x .- 4.- vi". iff' at f l ld J. ln -' SPONSOR Mrs. Morgan Acie Hollins Duma Sims Vice-President President iv T' Susan Harder Lee Kendrick Treasurer Secretary 4 SPONSO R Mrs. Futrell Ople Walter - Reporter, Greg Knowles - Vice-President, Kim Harmon - Treasurer, Lisa Horvath - Secretary, George Tullus - Sergeant at Arms, not pictured is Mike LaBet'f- President. 'Nil if 'fn RG, Craig Herron, Gary Tefteller, Phillip Steed. Vernon Lockett. Standing: Larey, Bryan Sellars, Ken Crumpton, Opie Walter, Gene Burrell, Rob Love Alan Voyles, Bubba Avance. s.,. Rusty Cranford, Debbie Jones, Sam Irving, Kim Harmon. Standing: Tine Emfinger, Gary Panky, Kevin White, Bobbie Bolton, Tony Ross. Butch Hamilton, Laura Morris, Monte Cobb, Lisa Horvath, Laura Henry. Standing: Steve Kyles, David Allen, Larry Green, Jeff Law- rence, Mike Higginbotham, Willie Drabble, Rick Yarbrough, Webb Riera, Jeff Burroughs, Doug Eason, Curtis Frost, Troy Jones, Kevin Ward, Tony Hadaway, Mark Brainerd, Steve Herring. 97 Scott Fellowship Of Christian Athletes Fellowship of Christian Athletes promotes Christian values among students at Arkansas High. Any student, whether involved in school athletics or not, is eligible for membership. FCA hosts well known speakers during the year and is involved with FCA summer camp. I Officers: Joe Hickey - President, Karen Nunnally - Secretary, David Blakely - Vice-President, Russ Caraway - Treasurer. Mary Humphries, Brenda Leigh, Paige Lambert, Michael Peavy, Con- nie Day, Joe Hickey. Susan Harder, Carolyn Sedgass, Tina Moreland, Les Smith, Becky Martindale, Chip Jones, Darla Braswell, Kelly Duke, Debbie Ratley. WH Nina Powell, Joe Crow, Claire Wren, Cathy Sewell, T Graham, Jimmy Landrum, Russ Caraway, Murray Shane Woodruff, Lisa Brandon, Janis Hickerson, Townsend, Duma Sims, Greg Gideon. David Blakely, Tony Harris, Peggy Keil, Mike Turney, Vera Monroe, Scott Marvel, Nu,-many, Tony Odom' Randy Crabbe- James Foster, Jay Andres, Pepe Gamble, Mark Bledsoe, Tammy Chum- Iey, Carroll Grammer. Mark Kizzar, it L' Sr " Carol Duke, Ellen Christian, Scott Hickey, Rachel Morgan, Kerri Bryant, Tammy Culver, Eddie Gamble, Tim Norvell, Phil Pvdfoy, Dennis Chumley- sPoNsoR - Mike Cheny French Club Q' Q l: Donna Nelson, Mollie Daniels, Beth Cook, Cheryl May, Joy Bohn, Bryant. Row 2: Clarence Robinson, Lisa Edwards, Tina Moreland, ammy Chumley, Margaret Hendrix. Row 3: Les Smith, Nela Ferguson, Dennis Don Mixon, Chip Jones. l: -'31 Katherine McClerkin, Robin Skinner, Cynthia Vanderslice, Sharon Martha McClerkin, Shelly Wright, Michelle Mahaffey. Row 2: John Leslie Amold, Peggy Keil, Kathy Howell, Lesa Clements, Gia Wright, Gore, Rocky Sangalli, Monica Clements. Row 3: Becky Martindale, Sanderson, George Waddell, Prentiss Burt, Many Byers, Mike Tumey. Gia Wright - Vice-President, Les Smith - Social Chair- man, Leslie Arnold - Social Chairman, John Stroud - President, Martha McClerkin - Social Chairman. Not pic tured: Rachele Cleveland - Secrtary-Treasurer. awww' . wi. V 71, 4 .f SPONSOR - Mrs. MaryAnn Frix 99 so '4-5 3 's-..-- 'i " X A ix President - Jennifer Davis, Vice President Charlotte Reynolds, Secre tary - Sandra Keller, Treasurer - Janis Hickerson, Reporter - Lajuana Cooper. k Sponsors - Mrs. Coble, Mrs. Furlow, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Lach, Mr. Mac- Queen. -J 4' The purpose ofthis organization shall be to provide, as an integral part of the instructional program, additional opportunities for secondary students in business and office education to develop vocational and career suppor- tive competencies, and to promote civic and personal responsibility. Future Business Leade America .5'-'z it wi. YK fl at tixgll :o,ll" il', il ,I Wayne Maddox - Sentinel, Lisa Murphy - Reporter, Suzy Swanger - Treasurer. Jimmy Kent - President, Brent Stone - Vice-President, Joan Salisbury - Secretary, Melanie Sangalli - Sweetheart. 0 lip. 6 5' Mr Bray Sponsor " ' 'hs 5 Y " I Sharon Easley, Rhonda Parker, Terri Barwick, Darla Harrington, Joan Salisbury. Edwin Tillman Crysel. Donna Knox. Standing: Bonnie Landman, Martha ,f'r'7'T'- Joan Salisbury. Marcie Fields, Teresa Brewer, Suzy Swanger, Melanie Sangalli, Lisa Murphy. Standing: Bryan Jackson, Alvin Yarborough, Todd Waggoner, Kevin Greenwell, Clyde Crysel, Mike Looney, Kevin McCrary, Freddie Jester. n tu M " -f -nv-,.q-saw f jr. J Iti i t i i i i 2 Future Homemakers Cf America f ff be Sponsor - Mrs. Bryant Veronica Baker - President, Lucretia Withers - Vice-President, Ida Griffin - Secretary, Janet Johnson - Treasurer, Brenda Berry - Historian, Norris I-lartfield - Chaplain. WQMAKERS Annette Wingfield, Norris Hartfield, Veronica Baker, Lucretia Withers Andrea Cheatham, Aquonette Walker, Jeanette Tramel. 1? Q gifs.: ,f Q o Lf ' 67- sf K fa, i-'I E -. , il Q " to 0 Q , 45,0 Oo NEWBO J ' ! , 1 ' f Debbie Blanton, Renea Wesley. Vanessa Easter, Janet Johnson, Ida Griffin, Brenda Berry. up-W Future Teachers Of America lea if llii .,-. n--u Denise Pitts - Vice-President, Ramona Dawson - Secretary, Tom Franklin- President, Becky Easley- Vice-President, Doris Dixon - Treasurer, Wilma Mosely - Historian. Hero Club Mrs. Evans - Sponsor Delsie Dickson, Rhonda Ward, Fairy Walker, Becky Easley, Reggie Watson. Standing: Melissa Ashby, Ramona Dawson, Denise Pitts, Doris Dixon, Sheila Bradley, Brenda Bradford, Andrea Fitzgerald, Mike Lindsey, Phillip Rone. QA 'Zi v ci' ia D l B 2 S Z 2 Z 1 70 X : : - 5 s. 4 E : E 6 D n f N Q Q 1 v 5 s W Y g 3 l If A 1 l f fo O4 W I v xg 4,9 Q5 . O 0 New Nd I lm ll Jflqlll 9 ll? u , IIlqIxl4 Wilma Mosely Theresa Hight. Standing: Tracy Chanc Lori Doss, Cindy Tussey, Kathy Harvm, Sharon H , 4 . . 8 Daphne Adams, Becky Harvm, Joey Neal, Lisa Leg Anthony Pree, William Kennington, Tom Franklin J Williams, Matt Shoup, Greg Haer, Sheila Bell, Karen Do Barbara Eubanks. Library Club LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS: Charles Byrd- President, Lisa Friday - Vice-President, Nona Herbert- Secretary, Linda Friday - Treasurer. Y M 1 M ,XXI su--in-v----......,a ....., 3 s kf4u"""' ' 9' First Semester Members - Charles Byrd, Gary Panky, Robert Walraven, Lisa Friday, Mary Muncey, Wanda Friday, Nona Hebert, Betty Thomas, Barbara Martin, Donna Post, Juanita Ross, Janet Bearden, Linda Friday, Kenneth Mc Dole, Bobbie Bolton, Lisa Leggiton, Geraldine R. Nelson. Second Semester Members - Greg Kelley, Robert Walraven, Sandra Bullard, lisa Friday, Nona Hebert, Mary Munccy, Betty Thomas, Carla McKinnon, Barbara Martin, Donna Post, Deb- orah Humes, Kenneth Mc Dole, Geraldine R. Nelson. be ' VB, f I 1 xx vu, ef Y.,..-5 ' Mrs. McGee ' Sponsor 15 W QQ 'A KY D -s 0 l' K Sponsor - Bill Washington Mark Dellinger- Sergeant at Arms, Marty Byers - Treasurer, Chip Jones - Vice- President, James Foster- President, Mike Turney - Secretary. yi Sponsor Tony Hartman Jackie Keilberg, Pepe Gamble, James Foster, Mike Turney, Ron Mills, Jeff Mclunkins, Scott Hickey, Phil Puirifoy, Curt Hinshaw, Mark Shoptaw, Larry Bruick. Michael Peavy, Eddie Gamble, Tony Hunter, William Malone, Dennis Chumley, Mark Dellinger, Chip Jones, Mark Kizzar, Prentiss Burt, Tony Harris, Joe Crow, Mike Stevens, Marty Byers, Biff Bann, Greg Garrett. ' 15 tel' . ,aff ,Q A Officers - Carissa Bryant- Treasurer, .Io Gwen Odom - President, Evelyn Candelaria - Recording Secretary, Tanya Mobley - Corresponding Secretary, Jaime Adams Vice-President. Ab Joy Bohn Jennifer Davis, Lisa Roberts, Kathaleen Sinyard, Karen Nun- Sponsors MISS Demon Mrs Sullivan nally Susan Jones, Ellen Christian, Kerri Bryant, Tanya Mobley, Carissa Bryant Becca Mc Donald, Vera Monroe. Cathy Sewell, Ann Hughes, Nina Powell, Cheryl May, Martha McClerkin, Betty Thomas, Beth Cook, Leslie Amold, Tina Moreland, Cindy Mcjunkins, Janis Hick- erson, Nelwyn Mc Daniel, Melissa Glass, Gia Wright, Debbie Ratley, Sharon Meredith, Lisa Townsend, Gloria Villarreal, Tina Thomas, Sandra Ussery, Rachele Cleveland, Karin Meredith. 107 xl lv N Student .1 Advisor ze. , Committe Eddie Gamble Federia White Chairman Treasurer Jackie Biddle Vice-chairman Ray Butler Parliamentarian SAC Sponsor and officers plan many ac- tivities for the year. The faculty luncheon is and outstanding event of the year. ii 4 Mr. Walker Gamble, Spoi 1 we -4 Rosie Alcorn, Federia White, Rosemary Canida, Solomon, Tina Beed, Bridgette Boyd, Renee Nelson Willis, Kim Beasley, Valeri Wyatt, Kenneth Mc Dole Williams, Henry Koontz, Eddie Gamble, Stacy Price. Fifth Period Thlrd Period :pl I, First Period Renee Sewell President q""'f Patty Waggoner Reporter . A Officers L Susan Jones Vice- President Pat Hunter Social Chairman rt . ' Ill I I 4 Second Period SPONSOR Debbie Pennington Sec.-Treasurer w- - 1 Mrs. Bernice Henderson Gary Mc Dowell 109 Social Chairman un-7.5, Spanish Club Sponsor ..5,. Ar?" B- -,,f,,..,-, ,- E if ny 1 10 .av I' Mrs. Judi Jones OFFICERS Evelyn Candelaria- President, Claire Wren - Vice-President, Therese King - Secretary, Susan Jones - Social Chairman, Susan Candelaria - Social Chairman. Not pictured: Mike Mobley - Social Chairman, Becca Mc Donald - Treasurer. I el Mary Harder, Marsha Bruick, Melody Lowry, Susan Candelaria, Patty Tony Hunter, Angie Copelin, William Malone, Kalebrya Mitchell, Greg Tracey Dean, Anita Baker, Kerri Bryant, Tina Thomas, Therese King, Candelaria, Mike Martindale, Joan Salisbury, Debbie Ratley, Bill Malcolm Tumey, Joy Bohn, Bill Caller, Claire Wren, Kelly Haw, Biff Bann, Susan 5 1 Young Democrats The goal of the Young Democrats is to encour- age participation in the Democratic Party. It pro- Nides members with an opportunity to learn more information concerning the Democratic Party. Some of the club's activities this year were the andy cane sales, a banquet, and the Sadie Hawk- 'ns Dance. .V ,-to -w ? X.. Mike Stevens - Treasurer, Kelly Mc Donald - Reporter, Zane Ridling Secretary, Mr. Goeller- Sponsor, Tonya Nix - Vice-President, Nela Fergu- son - President. F 1 Hackler, Marilyn Morine, Michelle Mahaffey, Annette Nix, Rhonda Lisa Phillips, Dwyne Mitchell, Pat Hunter, Bonnie Woodruff Melldy Lowry, Tony Harris, Virginia Penny, Tim Calicott, Eartha Gwen Odom, Rosemary Canida, Charlotte Reynolds, Tammy Graham, Sharon Bursey, Eddie Gamble, Akilah Abdullah. 1 ' J r Young cl p Republicans l "" au., ' . 4 T? ' 0 l f W wr 1 x, J Ah, A" WELDING Vocatlonal Industrl .ini 9-pf' AUTO MECHANICS MECHANICAL DRAWIN I Pi I ti. 4 5 . .. lf' 1 I f 'ggi ' ' 5 ywvw f . I I T! I ""' . K 1 , 7 ' gf' 1. ,QA . , fx fy? 3 I ' 4131. Y ., . o , 'Q 0 V I .M I X K :im .U I 21 ICT Officers - Terry Dellinger - Vice-President, Mark Rutherford - Treasurer Skipper Gray Ser eantat Arms, Glenda WesterfIeld-Secre- - - 8 tary, Cindy Tyrner - Reporter. S., J. Y 3 .4 ,, f . - ,' 'XX , if lubs Of Amertca Q1 COSMETOLOGY Officers - Afternoon: Phyllis Glass - Treasurer. Claudia Buchanan - Parliamentarian. Sandy Myers - Vice-President. Pam Lane - President. Phyllis Johnson - Reporter. LaRhonda Sanders - Secretary. o e ','T,,fQ 6 fi 1 l. of COSMETOLOGY Officers - Morning: Barbara Smith - Vice- President. Sharon Hickey - President. Becky Collum - Secretary. Donna Knox - Treasurer, Lisa Hawkins - Parliamenlurian, Stephanie Honea - Reporter. SMETOLOGY x4 4, M 4 b xv? 5 . ' I . s , li J K -V, . r 1 'N 1 we ' ' 'Q Reba Nelson - Secretary-Treas., Kim Vu - Vice- President, Susan Hackler - President. L. if a n f 4- ' 2-4.1. Y, at J, .4 fi U.. Bart Vance, Chip Jones, Mike Manley, Carissa Bryant, Mark Dellinger, Mike Mobley. il I lf!!! My f Gail Treas, John Hill. Tim C8liC0lI. SUSHH Hackler, Jana Reba Nelson John Parsons Cindy Carlton Eddie Gamble Kim Vu Gladden, Rhonda Skinner, Laura Ward. MCR. THE BARS J4 ,' 1 . 'O-SM-ff racer-ea I 2,1 DKK Pl RIT 3? 2 f " 4- rf :lt A.l 4 I 1' ' '..Q. . .. Ls 'A V, "'fff'?' W . 'Q .uauflazu 'I+ 1 AP , .j . .1 'SVP ' Ast' I X 3 - 'K . . , lf l 'E x i V- ' .X Y x f. -. . ' up '- . 41 A 1 .g R bas.. -.Au ? 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' ' ' . 5 , 4 5- IV' ' if fr f s ' ' ' Y 4 O Y fx fg- I .Q-av 1 we , 51'2'i'l'2-dliilm' Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Ellen Harnson Lxsa Taylor Not Pictured: Suzy Franks Lisa Townsend JV's in action. 1 1 QWY' .v1 ,gif 5 -l A L I? Q if-""' Q-LL, . P X. 4-X 6.34 .x v H ,ggi f X 1' f 44 f "3 ' . Aw-H WQAM 4 - '.' w 1 If O . g is 9:1 ' A Q e- , 5.1 9' ' ' J' . We Q s lt -'+,-"V Hr' s ' .J J 'K-1, A 'i5"1?9g, V-Q v,v'3f - -L Wig, fr K 'au-fed 1 . 4' llaclc Coach C X, fi ,s 'Q- sang ,O 4 X VY tx- XV c I L l 7 I l Mc , Coach Terry Quast. Offensive Line. Offensive Coordinator: Coach Jim White, Head Football Coach, Athletic Directorg Coach Roy Defensive Tackles: Coach Larry Berry, Offensive Receiversg Coach Marve Register, Offensive Backsg Coach Tommy Still, Defensive Couch Rex Stone. Offensive Line: Coach Jimmy Rice, Defensive Backsg Coach Phillip Brasher. Linebackers, Defensive Coordinator 'X Xa David Byers - Tight End .4-1 1979 RAZORBACK THE TEAM WITH HEART Inexperience and lack of size were two ofthe problems that the Arkansas High Ra- zorbacks had to overcome during the 1979 football sea- son. Picked to finish fourth in the conference by the "so- cal1ed" experts, the Hogs not only tied for the conference championship, but also came within eight points of winning the state championship. De- termination. dedication. the will-to-win, and hard work were some of the important qualities the Porkers had dur- ing the season, which led them to have a successful season. Even when losing, the Hogs displayed character and a touch of class which would make one proud to be as- sociated with such a unique team. We, the Porker staff, and the loyal supporters would like to congratulate the Razorbacks for an outstand- ing season. The Arkansas High Razorbacks, the team that the Senior Class of 1980 will never forget. The Hogs are alfl at AHS. J.. pdl . 1 . , 1 ,fn i ...ff -,. . I I .U 'I 1 - xuwna . - Q" " .f33' 9 .-, gt ,tif 1 .f...A. fam-,mam 51-15. Russ Caraway - Sr. Billy COOK - Sf- spm End Safely R, - . Jerald DeLoney - Sr. Greg Dowd - Sr. dn'3eiL1Yf3'Sf.d S' Halfback SPM End ,Zi "Qi-v-- Eddie Gamble - Sr. Joe Hickey - Sr. Wavie T. Jones Offensive Guard Defensive Tackle Safety Hogs Win Season Opener 20-7 Arkansas High opened its foot- ball season with an impressive win, 20-7 over the El Dorado Wildcats. The mighty Razor- backs, led by quarterback Shane Woodruff and fullback Henry Koontz, put forth a superb effort against El Dorado. AHS scored on its first possession on a 24 yard drive with Woodruff going in from the seven. Frank Pearson added the first of two extra points to make it 7-0. In the second quarter, Woodruff scored again from 2 yards out to make it 13-0. Koontz, who was the game's lead- ing rusher with 105 yards, due to ,the great offensive line of Gary McDowell, Joe Hickey, Eddie Gamble, David Jordan, David Moore and David Byers. David Jordon - Sr. Defensive End 2 ,Q ..,,- Tigers Nip Hogs The Razorbacks outstanding effort some misfortunate Tigers won, 20-13 High leading I4-0, the Hogs g a tremendous effort to narrow score, with Michael Peavy scoi from one yard out, Frank Pear added the extra point making score I4-7. The Porkers roun out their scoring with a 58 y pass from halfback Jerald loney to Pearson to make score I4-13. Henry Koontz Da Byers, Shane Woodruff Da Jordan and Stacy Rayfield pla great games for the Porkers Gary McDowell - S Center -X J ,f ' 3 " I 2 . fi e '-kg-fi i .Q N xaQ"atuPgsh -cg. X Dwyne Mitchell- Sr. David Moore S Murriy Morton Defensive Tackle Hogs Trample Catholic Rockets in Conference Opener Arkansas High successfully ened conference play with an im- essive I4-3 come-from-behind ctory over the Little Rock Catho- Rockets. During the first half, e Razorbacks played sluggishly, t came out fired up in second half. veral times during the first half tholic drove within scoring dis- nce, but the Hog defense, led by iddle linebacker David Moore, lded only 3 points. By that time, e Porker offense exploded for 2 ick touchdowns, the first by ane Woodruff on a quarterback eak from l yard out. which Frank arson added the first of 2 extra ints to make the score 7-3. After a mble recovery by Joe Hickey, the rker offense closed out the scor- with a spectacular twenty-six rd run by Henry Koontz. Pear- n'e lzirlz mario if 141-2 its Richard Reed - Sr. Bryan Sellers - Sr. ' Punte Offensive Guard Hogs Crush Leopards The Razorbacks performed to near perfection against the Lib- erty Eylau Leopards, beating them 36-6, for the fourth straight year. AHS got its first score on a 35 yard run by Michael Peavy. Frank Pearson added the first of 4 extra points to make the score 7-0. After a fumble recovery by David Jordan, the Porkers scored again on a 2 yard quarter- back sneak by Shane Woodruff, due to some excellent blocking from the offensive line, which made the score I4-0. The Hogs scored once in the second quarter on a beautiful 30-yard pass from Owen Moreland to David Byers to put AHS on top 21-0. The Razorbacks came out fired up in the second half and once again reached paydirt when Stacy Ray- field scored on a I9 yard run. A two point conversion by Jerald Deloney made the score 29-0. After a meaningless touchdown by the Leopards, the Hogs closed out the scoring on a 26 yard pass from Rusty Stewart to Stacy Price. Henry Koontz was the game's leading rusher with l25 yards on I3 carries. Wavie T. Jones, Ray Butler, Duma Sims, Russ Caraway, David Moore, Eddie Gamble and Murray Mor- ton also played great games for the Razorbacks, who improved 3-l M 'Ax 7 if Duma Sims - Sr. Corner Back Porkers Stomp Red Devils Arkansas High gave the con- ference title hopes a big boost by defeating the Jacksonville Red Devils 26-6. The Razorbacks who played like possessed de- mons, completely dominated play against the Red Devils, as the Hogs had 341 yards total of- fense, compared to 177 yards for Jacksonville. The Porkers first score came when, in the first quarter, Murray Morton tackled the Red Devils' quarterback in the end zone for a safety to give AHS a 2-0 lead. The Razorbacks scored again in the second quar- ter when Jerald Deloney, who led all runners with lll yards on I7 carries, scored on a ll yard run. Frank Pearson added one his 'fautomaticn extra points make the score 9-0. After a ful ble recovery by Stacy Price, t Hogs again reached the promis land on a I yard run by Sta Rayfield to lengthen the score I6-0. In the second half, after Jacksonville touchdown, Pear son booted a Zl yard field goal make the score I9-6. AHS clos out the scoring on a 5 yard keep by Shane Woodruff. Price, Ji Hickey, Ray Butler and Bri: Sellers also played excelle games as did the Pork backfield, which is believed I many to be the finest in the stat Trojans Trip Hogs in Overtime The Hot Springs Trojans dealt a serious blow to AHS conference title hopes by beating the Hogs I3-7 in overtime. The Razorback offense, which played rather sluggishly throughout the contest, scored first in the sec- ond quarter on a 17 yard pass from Shane Woodruff to David Byers in which Frank Pearson added the extra point to make the score 7-0. The Hogs defense, led by lineback- ers David Moore. Stacy Price, and Eddie Gamble, played superbly all through the game, turning back sev- eral Trojan threats. But finally in the 4th quarter Hot Springs tied the score to send the game into over- time. After a Razorback fumble, however, the Trojans scored again to end the game. Besides Byers and Woodruff, Stacy Rayfield, Jerald Deloney, Henry Koontz, Joe Hic- key. Murray Morton, Stacy Price, and Brian Sellers played great games for the Porkers, now 4-2. Patriots Trip Hogs The Porkers played a great game but lost the Homecoming game against Little Rock Patriots, I7-16. Parkview scored two touchdowns to take a 14-0 lead. Right before halftime. AHS made its move right own the field for its first score. The Hogs, led by Shane Woodruff, Henry Koontz, and Stacy Rayfield, rove to the Patriot 23 when Wood- ruff connected with a touchdown ass to Orlando Clark to which rank Pearson added the extra oint to make the score I4-7. The azorback defense, led by middle inebacker David Moore, held the atriots to a mere field goal, which ade the score I7-7. The Porkers rove down the field and scored on 20 yard field goal by Pearson, hich made the score l7-l0. The ogs closed out the scoring with a 2 ard quarterback sneak by Wood- uff. A missed extra point provided he margin of victory. The Razor- acks, now 4-3, had great games rom David Byers, Jerald Deloney, uma Sims, Ray Butler, Brian Sel- rs, Eddie Gamble, Murray Mor- n and the rest ofthe offensive and efensive lines. lf 'IS Wk. ' Rod Hatcher - Jr. Scott Hickey - Jr. Curt Hinshaw - Jr Safety Linebacker Middle Linebacker .r .1 4 , ...ns .4 'J George House - Jr. Offensive Tackle Mark Kizzar - Jr. Offensive Tackle AHS Pounds Mills The Arkansas High Razorbacks remained in the thick of the AAAA Central Conference race with a 28-ll win over the Little Rock Mills Com- ets. The Hogs scored on their first pos- session on a 72 yard drive. Frank Pear- son added the extra point, and AHS led 7-0. In the second quarter the Porkers scored again on a 22 yard run by Henry Koontz. Koontz's score gave the Hogs a 13-8 lead. The third score came with a 2 yard burst by Koontz, the score, I9-ll. David Moore tackled a Mills ball carrier in the endzone for a safety to give AHS a 21-ll lead. AHS closed its scoring with a 41 yard pass from Woodruff to David Byers. Jimmie Landrum - Jr. Kicker A aia"w'l u'S'.: 4? Jackie Keilberg - J Offensive Tackle Steve Love - Jr. Linebacker I il ft' ,. Q, LL -Q-15 Mike Martindale - Jr. Scott Marvel - Jr. Cornerback Kenneth Me Dole - J Safety Mike Mobely - Jr. Center ., Razorbacks Clout Benton The Porkers, playing their last home game of the year, routed the Benton Panthers, 28-7. The Hogs, now 6-3, did more harm with their punting than anything else as Brian Sellers averaged 43 yards on 6 kicks. The Razorbacks scored first on a 3 yard run by Henry Koontz, which Frank Pearson added the first of four extra points to make the score 7-0. After a Panther touchdown, which made the score 7-7, the Hogs came roaring back when Koontz, who led all ball carriers with 97 on 12 carries, scored on a electrify- ing 45 yard run. Pearson added the extra point to make the score 14-7. The third quarter began with a 50 yard drive which ended on a I7 yard end-around by David Byers. Byer's score, along with Pearson's extra point, made the score 21-7. AHS closed out the game scoring in the 4th quarter on a one yard quarterback sneak by Shane Wood- ruff. The Razorback defense, led by David Moore and David Jordan, kept the Panthers bottled up in their own territory throughout the contest. Stan Woods, Scott Marvel, Murray Mor- ton, Jerald Deloney, and Joe Hickey also aided in the victory. Defensive End me-. . Sylvester Mitchell - Jr. Halfback Michael Peavy - Jr. Halfback .nf .A-uslll"'5 ' 2? .lfiffsxlsj . ,Z fx I Bk Wx .ou ,fi 1 PQ 1 V 'H' , I ,IF ,, 'Is w ,gd 1, A , . N i ,Q , ff -hx "ev Q l ,. .X -A1065 .. M ,f Owen Moreland - Soph. CHSCY Williams - S0Ph- Quarterback . ii- bv Steve Boyce, Lloyd Smith, Kevin Wright Managers Fullback Hogs Dog Blue Devils The mighty Razorbacks began their quest for the AAAA state championship by defeating the West Memphis Blue Devils, 35-18, in the opening round of the state playoffs. After three early Razorback fumbles, which West Memphis capitalized on to gain a 12-0 lead, the Porkers offense, led by Henry Koontz, began to put points on the board immediately. The Hogs first score came on an exciting 24 yard run by Koontz, in which Frank Pearson added the first of tive extra points, to reduce the Blue Devils lead to 12-7. After a fumble recov- ery by David Moore, two plays later, Koontz, who led all rushers with 178 yards on 22 carries, scored again on a 21 yard burst to give the Porkers a 14-12 lead. Just before the half ended, the Hogs drove 92 yards, highlighted by a beautiful 24 yard pass from Shane Woodruff to David Byers, with Koontz scoring from the two giving the Razorbacks a 21-12 lead at the half. The Porkers took the third quarter kickoff and drove 81 yards with Jerald Deloney scoring on a sensational 38 yard run, be- hind some excellent block- ing ofthe offensive line, to give the Hogs a command- ing 28-12 lead. After the Blue Devils closed their scoring, moments later AHS came roaring back to end their scoring on a one yard quarterback sneak by Woodruff. Offensively, the Razorbacks now 8-3, also received great games from Stacy Rayfield, Russ Caraway, Greg Dowd, Wavie Jones, Gary Mc- Dowell, and Eddie Gam- ble. The defensive stand- outs were Jay Andres who had 2 key interceptions, and Moore, who also blocked a field goal at- tempt. HOGS ROMP REBELS Arkansas High continued the long road toward an 4A state championship by beating the Fort Smith Southside Rebels, 24-7, in an AAAA semi-final game. The Porkers, 9-3, had to come-from-behind in the victory as the Rebels began the scoring with their lone touchdown. A.H.S. came right back with a beautiful 79 yard drive, high- lighted by a tremendous 34 yard touchdown pass from Shane Woodruff to Wavie Jones, in which Frank Pearson added the first ofthree of his patented extra points, to tie the score at 7. From that point, the Porker offense, which is more explosive than nitro glycerin, was on its way. Right before halftime, A.H.S. drove from its own 15 to the Fort Smith 17 yard line, in which Pearson calmly, cooly and col- lectively kicked a 36-yard field goal with the utmost of ease, to give the Hogs a 10-7 lead at in- termission. In the second half, A.H.S. began its scoring onslaught with a 63-yard drive, with Henry Koontz scoring from 34 yards out. The powerful fullback broke up the middle, cut back to the outside, stiff-armed the final defender at the 20, and from that point on, raced in un- touched. With the Porkers lead- ing l7-7, Jones set up the Hogs final score with an interception at midfield. Moments later, Koontz, who led all ball carriers with I37 yards on 17 carries, bul- lied his way in from the one to close out the scoring. The Hog defense, led by David Moore, who also had an interception, Murray Morton, and Duma Sims held the Rebels at bay through- out the contest by not allowing them to sustain an offensive threat. Other outstanding defen- sive performances came from Randy Crabbe, Kenneth Wilson, Jones, and Jerald Deloney. Of- fensively, David Jordan, Stacy Price, David Byers, Dan Richards, and Orlando Clark also played great games for the Razorbacks. HURRICANES E DGE RAZORBACKS The Arkansas High Razorbacks ended their football season on a sad note, losing to the Jonesboro Hurricanes, I4-7, in the 4A state championship game. While the Hog offense couldn't get anything going throughout the contest, the Porker defense kept AHS in the game by putting forth its best defensive performance of the year. For almost three quarters, the smaller Hog defense gave the heavily favored Hurricanes all they could handle, causing two fumbles and two interceptions in the process. Finally, Jonesboro scored first to take a 7-0 lead. Minutes later, after a Razorback turnover, the Hurricanes scored again to make the score I4-0. But, even with the game no longer in doubt, the Hogs showed the true character it takes to be a Razorback. With less than two minutes left in the game, the Porkers began a 65 yard drive, highlighted by a 28 yard run by Henry Koontz, and marched down the field, scoring on a six yard pass from Shane Woodruff to David Byers, behind the great blocking of the offensive line, on the last play of the game. Frank Pearson added the extra point to end all scoring. Turnovers proved to be the Hogs' undoing, losing the ball on three interceptions and one fumble. Offen- sively, the Porkers also received great games from Stacy Rayfield, Jerald Deloney, Gary McDowell, Eddie Gamble, David Jordan, and Joe Hickey. Defensively, Wavie Jones, who had a pass interception, Kenneth Wilson, David Moore, who recovered a fumble, Jay Andres, who also intercepted a pass, Stacy Price, Murray Morton, who also had a fumble recovery, and Bryan Sellers gave outstanding performances for the Razorbacks. orkers are AAAA Conference Champions and State Runners-U? q E iw L Hogs Win Conference Title The Arkansas High Razorbacks, playing like a true champion, defeated the Sylvan Hills Bears, 35-21 to win the AAAA Central Conference championship. The Hogs, who rolled up 494 yards total offense, were led by Henry Koontz and Jerald Deloney. Deloney put the Hogs on the scoreboard first with a beautiful 44 yard run, which Frank Pearson added the first of two extra points to give the Hogs a 7-0 lead. After a Bears touchdown, the Porkers came right back when Shane Woodruff reached the holy ground on a 16 yard quarterback sneak, which made the score 13-7. Just before halftime, Pearson kicked a sensational 46 yard field goal, a new school record, to make the score 16-7 at the half. Deloney began the second halfin style as he again reached the promised land with an exciting 29 yard run to give AHS a 23-7 lead. Sylvan Hills came back to close the gap to 23-13, but on the ensuing possession Koontz broke the line of scrimmage and simply outran everyone on an electrifying 81 yard touchdown sprint and the Hogs led 29-13. The Hogs closed out their scoring when Koontz, who was the game's leading rusher with 218 yards on 18 carries, once again reached the sacred area known as the end zone on a great 35 yard run to give the Porkers a 35-13 lead. Sylvan Hills came back to end their scoring with a touchdown, but by that time the Razorbacks were already celebrating the thrill of victory. Offensively, besides Koontz, who rushed for over 1000 yards for the second straight year, Woodruff and Deloney, who added 181 yards onjust 10 carries, the Razorbacks, now 7-3 received great games from Stacy Rayfield, David Byers, Gary McDowell, Eddie Gamble and Wavie Jones. Defensively, the Hogs were led by David Moore, Woodruff, who intercepted a pass, David Jordan, Stacy Price, who had a fumble recovery, Murray Morton, and Kenneth Wilson. v-1 'vw W ...gg nl: lc 1...- 'J :T 5 A4 3 w. ' , wi t 'Eg , TJ I . . 5 Coach Cherry N H065 TROJANS FEB I5 HE T Anthony Berry Clifton Jones Van Reed Jerry Weekly L --1--v-A-v-' .d fx? sa Wx ,I V AMA TQ ,SL I -f .X V 4 ,ff Q 5 1 ' PQ -1 os' r - Peter Wolf David Blakely Quinton Connors if 5 Y I Qi Nw QU l i nh if 'N mi ,i V 1 ,I 'K I N0 SHOM .J E zu: 4 - ,W Y f M.. iff 'fs i H if 2 2,143+ XJ 4655 -'Q 'J ww... Michael George , AJ . x .1 , r xx F- ...,,AUvi'g' -. - , -as , .' K . 4.1 J' ' Y! fl, 4 '! at aiiljz 1 A ...H 4 lf ' . I 6 .5 S ,Y U, ,., , - Y? ' - H' , as M ' 1 "sq i 4: ' bu., -diana T15 X . S 7 X . 1 , r 1 I i. .V Y . AWA' V: V 4 "Asn, 'A' '4"' vw' M' K-.W T. 4' , , -.W me ,,, 33? K' w, , , 5 if r J r ka , idk? ,T . . - 4 N . 54. W 5 f l f H x 'J L 54- f A , Q - 1 tl :A X -.A I ' Q 7 ? .,-5 ' Nr' x...! I J 4 J. . A J 9 4, ,. , 5 ll IIS A J- 4' CW IUC -,. ,rl Sw Michael Williams Benny Sullivan MANAGERS: Ed Parker, Timmie Hughes 6.3 l I N K 1 lag f - .1 Z' .. M-muqgl s.."" i NJ .I .. x .X.xx MX, , . ,. .. W,,.v-wW-,n,,m-.--.-..........,..,....k,,..,...,M.X.Q kvxkxx Q M N,,,NMu ,Mk A MMWWMNM .w, A xg X 1 ww , 'dumm- Carolyn Rayfield Mary Ann Rives Julia Roberts .I- . . .? .z, 1 4 5 Anita Adams Denise Burden Alieghsa Floyd 221' 1' f if fyfriis-Q-, J 'ig 1 vv'-MM - CUUUY Hall Annette Lewis Sindy Mcjunkins L8 ,. ' wth' f.! ' 7 ,wif nu 5 h,- All-Slater Cynthn ldcllvers 1 powerful SCTVC Y Lizzle Henry Tma Green U Q 9 o A N V3fS1ty Basketball i ll Team --....,.,..,,.,,.,... Sighle Pickett Coach Ross Morgan ' l ,, X , ' 1 4: use Michelle Pickett Leighsa Floyd Terri Bruce D Cindy Carlton an 'Q 'L Terea Brewer as' Sindy Mcjunkins Kathleen Bell, Coach Q ,l.i ' QNX xx . ,. M 1 'N if K MER C . Isgxivst- 0 C Cheryl Knox Robin Wilson Sr. Manager Jr. Manager Lisa McClure Jeanette Trammal g P, f V Q K .. fn- 1' 'K --xml. K 1 '.l ' - 92' 'N2F'5T,' T47 - i.N'.':l1f : . vii K : 'Karak' 4 -:QPF ,are i Cecilia Brigham Damesha Deaver 7' f X "' 4 fn Q'-nu Mary Ann Rives Kathy Walker 5. f 4 4 W D 'IE' Y' ,M r ' f WY N fy Wi "Hi 'f 1980 Razorettes we .assi .- Qiyi, .:'.. .. . f G ' -IL .-..',':44. , 1-I-, 0 v,-' , f,"fIi' V fifvfdr- Coach Rex Stone Carolyn Raylield - Shotpul Toingug Boyd 5.1 Essie Wimley Hurdles -QC, -N llll' e-, .v, Q.. 4'-14- """hv-vl .ll 220, 440, 880, Relay Tina Moreland - Discus Cheryl Knots 440 yard dash 7 x 42 A af t , :,a., . Vib- l. Darnisha Deaver, Lisa Floyd, Marty Berret, Lizzie Henry, Susan Hackler, Wanda Boldeng 2. Cheryl Smith, Toinette Boyd, Michelle Pickett, Ann Caldwell, Sighle Pickett, Anita Adams, Denise Burton, Glenda Thompson, Eurtha Willis: 3. Cecelia Brigham, Valeria Wyatt, Cindy Carlton, Lisa McClure, Betty Ann Richardson, Tina Moreland, Rosemary Canida, Cheryl Knots, Essie Wimley, Carolyn Rayfield. -. fa-t A. vi. Y- - ff-...,... -'4' 'N' Q... f '1 , 477 iefj- .....- .,,,,,Ng-:.... - ,Z"i."n -,..."", je -Lili' - -D-.. lv-v - f . , A- 0'-'in-Q.. , "' " - -.....-, ----...l.-.. , ':5..., ..- -, ,-..-.36 , ,,- ,1- ,,,,,, ..-...l-. an Lisa McClure - High Jump, Darnisha Deaver- High .lump 440 Relay, 880 Relay, Hurdles. fi 'n ,t 44 ts 'J -' xl xg -F SHOTPUT - Carolyn Rayiield, Valarie Wyatt, Betty LONGJUMP- Michelle Pickett, Valerie Wyatt, Lizzie Henry, Denise Ann Richardson. Cindy Carlton- ton, Glenda Thompson, Sighle Pickett. 1 ' 1 if SPRINTERS - Ann Caldwell, Sighle Pickett, Anita Ada: Glenda Thompson, Denise Burton, Michelle Pickf Toinette Boyd, Darnisha Deaver, Cecelia Bringham, Che Knots. 1? 880 YARD RELAY - Toinette Boyd, Michelle Pickett, 141 Sighle Pickett, Darmisha Deaver. L1 URDLES - Rosemary Canida, Lizzie Henry, Anita Essie Wimley, Glenda Thompson. 880 YARD DASH - Susan Hackler, Leighsa Floyd, Wanda Burton, Marty Berrett, Carolyn Rayfield. wg, 1.111 lull ips, DISCUS - Tina Moreland, Valerie Wylatt, Betty Ann Richardson, Cindy Carlton. 153 iii l Ill an-' 'I' u.-.iq ' if IHQQ 'N 1 f '?"4i4' AID' es: f.'f'1,.,,,J,q in- . hr' Lf K.. tw-314 .iV:wN.K. Q nxrtgi 4 xg, 'x x Car-I 'ir' Coach Berry Coach Rice Russ Caraway - First Base - David Jordan - Right Field - Sr. Gary Mc Dowell - Left Field - Sr. Duma Sims - Right Field l'- tngg ,Wim -'Pl ...r l'1.7llA"b"l mb fl-'D .J ".l J'Y'5" id SIWIQ li!'!I I-nrllhki iffy !.1f"1" .J-Ji? 3:7 In shaun.-Q... If vi rlfvffs "'.sx 'inf' -. -Q XIII i,fi IX s Barney Ward - Center Field - Sr. un ill? 1'- l'7!'Y+'?:llI 'il Fil T'! Owen Moreland - Pitcher. Tony Odom - Second Base, Russ Caraway - First Base, Mike Mobley - Third Base, Pepi Gamble - Second Base, and Curt Hinshaw - First Base. --, - ... .Y Y-, u --111-5 -4- l' "-'fn - Fifi: Mark Kizzar - Catcher, Tim Taylor - Short Stop, Rusty Stewart- Pitcher, Jeff Fomby - Catcher, and Scott Marvel Short Stop. lil Duma Sims- Right Field, Kennth Mc Dole - Center Field, Lloyd Smith Barney Ward Center Field Gary Mc Dowell Left Field and Jimmy t .I b it I ,....u,,e!bv Nfyg- M - Left Field, Jimmy White - Center Field, Daxii Jordan- Right Field, --1 nal- Y ' "-.9"g, it .':-.. f E Landrum - Left Field. lf I -.4-1 -,. T sl gil up Wxwic 'Y 't" "T . ai? 4',i,' A LA .rr !"'9 '.,..-ti' HY' I1 . 11, D 11, rr 1 . ., I ,raw 'Y 'w '.iwf?fan: . ..., '-... 9 r V" in-1 Yea: ' " ,..1'--.v -f HQ' --- .., ...i"' A 8 li.. AHS Razorback Track Team AAAA Central Conference Champions - 1978-1979 440 yd. Relay - 41.8 - Record - AAAA Central 440 yd. Relay - 41:6 - Record - Meet of Champ 3rd Best in Nation 1979 880 yd. Relay - 1:28.1 Record - AAAA Central 1978 1:28.1 Tied 1979 440 yd. Relay - 42:1 AAAA State Meet 1979 High Jump - School Record 6'6 " 119791 Frank Pearson Mile Relay - School Record 3:21.6 - 1979 100 yd. Dash - Tied School Record 9.7 - 1975 - Terry Kelly 9.7 - 1979 - Jackie Robinson 9.7 - 1980 - Michael Hill 220 yd. Dash - 21.8 - 1979 - Dennis Woodberry Record Broken in 1980 by Michael Hill - 21.6 120 High Hurdles - 14.2 School Record 1978 - Terry Deloney 180 Low Hurdles - 19.5 School Record 1978 - Terry Deloney 1-K- . X Quarter Miler Sprinter and Relay Teams - 440 - 880 Quarter Miler Sprinter and Quarter David Byers - Mile: Mendall Glass - 100 8L 220 Stacey Rayfield Miler- Relays 440- Dash. 880 - Mileg Wavie Jones. Y? . l -A S . Mm "f'1ml-ml-- Q l00- 220 Relays-440- Sprinter 100 - 220 Dash - 880 yd. Relay: "" "' " " ' Michael Hill. Henry Koontz. High Jumper Greg Gideon - ' af V. la' filg- 440 yd. Relay - Varsity - Wavie Jones, Mendall Glass, Michael Hill, Michael Peavy. ,yjlv lf 'x -rl' V .M an 2."Z........ W- hi...4 Relay - Varsity - Stacey Rayfield, Wavie Jones, Mendall Stacey Price. in 440 yd. Relay Team - Greg Kelly, Sylvester Mitchell qu' Dan Richard, Harold Thomas. High Jumpers - lst Row- David Blakely. Chris Akins. 2nd Row - Frank Pearson, Jerry Weekly, Greg Gideon, Anthony Brigham, Michael George. Q .114., Epi '3z:i'3f.1i.'. , ' A '.4. - 1-if f111 V ' -2122?2i22i'25i,1a2e?2?21Ea:32? 111 -ref' i 3 121212135 r- E HV1 Zil f ". 3 11:112 E 1?1?f 2?i25i3:1q-- ilu., ,,., V- ,.,:2 ,,'1i.,V1' i y "' - " i ,,-fl"-W,- -,,-f"' ff i -Il J.V. Sprinters - John Scoggins, Ronald Gary Duncan, Robert Thompson, Lathel Clayborn Pree, Robert Easter. Varsity Relay Team - Michael Hill, Men- dell Glass, Henry Koontz, Wavie Jones. Af f "' .asm- ,-Z . aa i Q 'l Q' ,Aw . y Q - 5' .:,:.l 1 j?" :Aql '1v ,l vi ' --Z2 Ir,-P V1.f.A 1 . . , i no , i ' i ', '+' A us E V lg Varsity 880 yd. Relay Team - Michael Hill, Mendell Glass, Henry Koontz, Wavie Jones, Coach Doc Walker. Jr Hurdlers - Dennis Chumley, Eddie Price, Johnny Standokes, Tony Solomen. 159 - Aww Mwax-ww I -. - Maur 4:32-If .' 'A' ' ' X" "4-"V ,,...d1.,,- .! 1 Q 3 l Y ,. ,ni rv X . 1 --Maxx.. , O l ,ia lun-snr--" . x Q - ,.. s A -1 --gk .J .3 ' Ill Vi ' an if 's T f.. f, J my nf: O Wzfif- .7 EJ' i 'ZF ' I wwf! H 1 5 . . xl: 'Ax ,,' , W' W 4 it Q , 2 1' 252513 A' W 'W 1 f 2 N' P Tony Hunter, Cindy Stewart, and Jay Andres. McClerkin, Cynthia Vanderslice, Scott Ward, and McClerkin. S F' 3.1: " Tfff l ..'. Bill Caller, Peggy Keil, and Jim Cox. QM-K1 Wil" . 1' N.. , H Katherine McClerkin, Cynthia Vanderslice, Peggy Keil, Martha McClerkin, Cindy Stewart, Bill Caller, Tony Hunter, Jim Cox. Pat Hunter, James Willard, Murray Morton, John Stroud, and Bill Malcolm. gud' Peter Wolf, Tony Thompson, Robert Sanderson, George Waddell, Trip Pumphrey, Coach Morgan, Prentiss Burt, Derick Giles, Scott Black, Biff Bunn. il Ll Biff Bann, Prentiss Burt, Scott Black, Derick Giles, Tony Thompson. T f. ak! ' , 1 fi' fiprffw 'V wi ,R , 1' 4 xy' .-'- Trip Pumphrey, George Waddell, Robert Sanderson, Peter Wolf. Peter Wolf - Senior Coach Filagamo A Home of The xly X 1 X x qv ' E I x ' f qxj SX? IFN XA U01 - f.. 1.3 -1 Q if my-r " '--f Q Gonzo of 53 TEXARKANA SCHUUI. DIST. NU. 'I 'v '45 - if Mrs. James Burt III Mr. A. P. Cox, Jr. Mr. Chuck Johnson Dr. Jack Harrison Mr. Kenneth Heflin Mr. Lynn Thomas Dr. A. D. Smith Rev. C. K. Yarber Dr. Leslie Camine Ziff:--s - VV A F efl5'fii3Wsefft.M3A,k Refill SUN Us :1 gf 2? 'ihfidf' ga fmwagua- vrfr -v nh, Mr. Edward Trice Superintendent gli M I ,. g 3 5 Mr Wendell H Watson Maintenance!Transportation Supervisor 'N'P""e Awww 0. ...Si Mr. James A. Smith Business Mgr.!Financial Supervisor S f fl, li l Arkansas High School Administrators 'lfEvr',,., Mr. James Drake Mr. I. Donald Nelson Principal . . Assistant Principals . . Mr. Phillip Brasher Dean Mr. Bob Graham 'T -ff, Mrs Pressley Clark Mrs Jack Bradshaw Mrs Mnke Murrmh 1 b - f --'., , Mrs Martm Fxlogamo Mrs Donna Mobley I Martha Johnson Brenda Nichols 1 'N 9 Mr. Rex Stone Asst. Football Coach Girl's Track Coach Mr. Roy Walker Asst. Football Coach Boys' Track Coach Physical Fitness Athletics Departmen Mr. Jim White Head Football Coach Athletic Director Mrs. Kathleen Bell Varsity Volleyball Coach Dance Gymnastics Mr. Phillip Brasher Head Tennis Coach Asst. Football Coach Mr. Mike Cherry Head Basketball Coach Mrs. Glenda Miller Tennis, Badminton Red Jackets, Cheerleaders Mr. Ross Morgan Girls Asst. Volleyball Coach Girls Basketball Coach Mr. Terry Quast Soccer, Tennis, Badminton Asst. Football Coach Mr. Jim Rice Asst. Football Coach Baseball Mr. Marve Register Asst. Football Coach Asst. Basketball Coach Aero Space Education J- MSGT. William McConnell AFJROTC I, II, llI Col Harold Wilson 4 AF1izoTc 1, II, 111 "' Business Administration Department Mrs. Coble Department Chairman Shorthand I Typing I, II Mrs. Sandra Furlow Office Machines Typing I Accounting I u--- ' Mrs. Lela Harrison Typing I Office Machines CX Mr. Terry MacQueen Record Keeping Typing I "' Mrs. Beth Sullivan Accounting I, II Typing I l Education For Health 0 ,, - Miss Jan Latimer Coach Ross Morgan Coach Marve Register Health Health Health f i5 64, Coach Jimmy Rice Health ei F ine Arts Department Mrs. Josie Morgan Art l, II Mrs. Candy Futrell An I, II Music Mr George Gamble Mr Robert Williams Mrs Betty Jo Monroe Music Theory Assistant Band Director Chorale Singers Stage Band Madrxgal Singers Foreign Language Mrs Mary Ann Fncks Mrs Judy Jones Frenchl II III Spanishl II I -A 1 ' Language Arts Department Mrs. Josephine Beck Department Chairman English Composition English III, IV Mrs. Lillian Bjork English IV Joumalism Mrs. Elizabeth Green English II Mrs. Bernice Henderson English III Speech Mrs. Martha Howard English IV English Composition Mrs. Carolyn Hubbard English II Mrs. Sandy Lane English III Mrs. Bette Mills English III Mr. Kent Russell English Composition English III Humanities Gifted 8L Talented Director Mrs. Betty Jane Thomton English III Miss Brenda White English II Mrs. Cam Wilson English II Y I h ,gre if .vl Gr ' 'nl 'P' l. N if il -.fx 4 V ,M fl 'lit p., r x W5 dk if TN-"7 I Vfwv P X P Q 71 I f Qu.. X. V ,-. - I Y l , kms 'fm- 'E 7 ls it. Nt- - -, Q I 5 'el 41 7 vb X Q"t'7 ff! H- I 2 I 'Q'-.M ...., ' .M-S.. 'f ' , -.X A If! X 6 4 1 if .aff if Af? f , . ! 14s I,. l A X rp. J Mathematic Depaltmen Miss Claudia Denson Geometry General Math Mr. August Hamilton Algebra I General Math Mrs. Rosemary Hardy Basic Math Algebra I Geometry Mrs. Debbie Lizzi Algebra I, II Basic Math Mrs. Mary McPherson Algebra I, II Calculus Miss Marjorie Rowe Geometry Trigonometry Miss Beverly Thompson Algebra I General Math Consumer Math Mr. Larry Witherspoon Department Chairman Geometry Algebra II Science Department Mr. Mike Cherry Biology I Mr. Virgil Daniel Biology I Mr. John Dempsey Biology I Zoology Mr. William Dempsey Physics Chemistry Photography Department Chairman Mr. Tony Hartman Biology I Chemistry Mr. J. O. Jones Biology I Botany Mr. O. W. Lollies Biology I Mr. Robert Stuckey Biology I Geology Social Studies Department Mrs. Juanita Bass American History World History Mrs. Judy Carmeli American History World History Mrs. Mary Dagenhart World History Economics Mr. Jimmy DeMoss American History Personal Adjustment Mr. Steve Fabich American History Sociology Psychology Mr. Robert Goeller American History Current Affairs Mr. W. T. Stevens American History Personal Adjustment Mr. Rex Stone American Govemment You and the Law Mr. James Ward Department Chairman You and the Law M 'm hm- no l ik 'lf 4 ,,- ', , K 'xt f, a x -W , J 4-' . . . . - LVD fl' A i I 3 .Q ' T 2. if-:wi-ijL'i.i x. x ifgge ge "' at , l 0 ' f.y,q,g1qfg.ii. mini. . E is Q 'ev xv : K. , - A gsm. ' . ' Q. A J 5 f km. Mr. Billy Washington World History Black History Mr. Cledius Washington American History Arkansas History 'if' T' g I '-gt-M mf t , , .'?'lg,,.:. .q. . 15,25 A ' l ' .1 JAA 'x i - W, ' If ,Q X -o 64 is Q v . A 'UN Q E .A ,sf K 'Sa 5 udio-Visual Alternativ Center .xv Mr. Jimmy DeMoss AV Coordinator Miss Debra L Scott Driver,s Safety Training 1,.ZEig,!?3iC.iL1i?or I Counselrgf Mr. Eldrew Dansby Instructor Mr. Bert Knox Mr. C. L. Pearson Mr. Terry Quast Instructor Instructor I Gurdance Counselors Mr. Don Kyle Mr. Robert McDonald A? 'Cf' 'Center Mathematics Laboratory Media Center 1' K f i XA A- - K X i x Carolyn Mc Gee Librarian 'Research Center Mrs. Frances Stewart Library Aide Safety Program 'V Ik Mrs. Barbara Long Mrs. Francene Maddox 1 'E Mrs. Sue Gray Mr. Walker Gamble Reading Laboratory Mrs. Susan Sanders Mrs. Betty Hood Instructor Aide Vocational Department Mig! , . . .-.UF Mr. Keith Anthony Mr. Allen Binne Distributive Education Mr. Larry Black Auto Mechanics ...Q A W ia'S1:'sf- a,..o-'K' 4. . Q. .0 ..f'., . ' A Mr. Sammy Bray Agriculture Animal Science Farm Management l... his fa ,...4-' Q' W ' 3' I t.ll7x"' ' . ' is "" a ,iff -.' , . ,y I -, "W-qi' ' 5 7 K I I I 'M ,xl V ,.. be .,-2 I L -, Q17 X MV.-r1't ., l Vocational Departmen Mrs. Winona Bryant Home Economics Mr. Robert Collins Mechanical Drawing I, II Architectural Drawing Technical Drawing Miss Peggy Evans Occupational Home Economics Mr. L. E. Holmes Building Trades Mrs. Pat Lach Coordinated Office Education G.0.P. Mr. Henry McClemans Auto Mechanics Mrs. Chloe Mahan Cosmetology Mr. Archie Miller I.C.T. Mr. Troy Monroe C.C.E. Mr. Ronald Perkins Auto Body Mr. James Powell Employability Coordinator Mr. Bob Rash Assistant Vocational Director Mr. Tommie Ryan Welding Mr. J. D. Ryther Vocational Director Mr. Jerry Shipp Distributive Education mfnf IBOT ll IZA! if f- K r I fllxiiflli Lff' 7exArqKfM, All ,- l 1 t E. .M Nfl 'Q vi 7' , ,..,......-- Registration - School will open The steps to Registration are many and often difficult - HEALTH RECORDS, AD- MISSIONS REQUIRE- MENTS, ID'S, etc. fx-u.m.-....... tt. J My very own locker with lock! -1' ,,,,,t,,Mm..4 1 I Wf"' 46- so-Z' 'luv al' iQ v-v .N,. 3 5 I I un 'V Kg if, 'f' f'-L Ex ' - 3 . E if ,- 3 0 'Q X i I K : - 'LT 2 1 ' a - 1 rjf A V- '1 gr X , K 1 "WE 1: 'N E! 5? , g A . ,,.L gy. 3 I . Pep Rallies, Classes, Games, Elections V -e g" .if-f'. 'T ,LJ Mr. Drake officially welcomes the Student Body at the first Pep Rally. fliil X. of R 1' -s tl 'WOW' Cheerleaders. Band. Red Jackets. and Razorbacks are ready. YU Practicing for Bub ble Gum Iclass. Herald The School Year x .k' 9 s I ,h ff! 51 5-. L. . Q. t . 45. .. .,. on fs. ui 91' ,F Seniors gathering for Student Council candidates to speak. S.C. President Lisa Roberts presides ut elections S.C. sponsor Mrs. Lane seems very happy S.C. and Morgan. .L 4 MMD- ' . s. about ix-x ssk 6,4 v IW! We really do have classes. -ll 1, ,v Key Club And ike Initiate New Members Classes Continue AHS artists work on projects. Photography Class: Charles says that his toy is a camera Some time has to be spent in study. ff as I Mighty Seniors outcheer Mighty Juniors im Ill U . Y X, 'Q vl , if 5' ,pf . 3 19 fi ' I 3 ,,,,,....4s,,-.-- - v 'x gf , ' - A U me - ' I I -Q- ' ' - 1 ' ' 'Y' 31 'f 'a .f Q, Ks J- ' 5.34,-L "M" 4" '. Q ' .as.. .. na Q R - A " D ' 1 Q- . 1 .fn-3 ,,,.,' " i1 . ,' 1 9 V ,-. I-, Ki. : gi xqffxw S I .an Q, ' , rs . .1 .lm ,Q if 'ff yn. fr NC ' Q su 3 .N if f-'ZS yi "I don't think I can," says donor in the background. Happy donor relaxes . . . Key Club sponsors the Blood Drive. if ff-2 gtg 1 "This is more fun than going to the dentist, and I missed my English class!" " My blood came from this exact spot," points out Juanita Ross. V , an 'K - Qi' -.Q I I lti . Girls' Volleyball Sd I S-L 3 e fi J! 5 f , - A X ."a-We W sk- H W 4 a ,,.,w r Fl' F iff? .ni f Fi f Q.. N., I' N. . 1' '-n A r NG' 45. PY! 3 J M f . Homecoming Is The Main Event Evelyn Candalaria is crowned Queen . . . Royal Maids and Escorts. 5 9 'Q 3- f 10 I H f JI Y ff AH' AMN ' ' H 'i"J L. K I f 01 vw Ja r fl 'P fl fl! DHI' 'H' KN , 1 f- 7 1 lk 'V ,. A 2 X f4!f,,'.,IEf f fill! Ill, 1' lk J :. , - Hr K+ Hu -L .' ,V , V, ,Q X .Q 1 fv hi J 1 .07 HOA!! ,-,, 1 A1 lv , ' ' , 1, ffu, . 1 v. l",U' ff L'gJ1hQ film? rffjfer' f' l , ,Ill ' f I 4 rwwri f Inf y ,- HC 1 fv ' Q j y A ,ff + Had fir 0 If L, 1, -fjnw, Q fl ,' o ' , 1, f,.,,,.,,, -f.. , 7131, -Tiff, 'Z' - 1 V 1 WI" NWN- l f - , ,, ,,,,,.,fJ- r,fz.a ff.. ? A, 1,-,. V xl 93. , f.,l,,, ,, f'fw'-6'fL.f -' I H 'f ffy- A , . l .1 , A4 371 .,Vr,,, I," 51, of. f' X J M 1 1731 ff A N411 , , If- ff Nl' e- f ,A , e f A.,, Jfgff, 9 M, 7, l I H I 1 V -. ,. ,, Q fff ', ' A A ' W- C '. H , . v N 1 -V .,, , V f X , I ' ' 'f ' If If . ,- V , . L f ,I s .5 , if H S A I ' 1 l . A ,L 1 . ,, 4- f go . 'F L nl .asa 3 ? Male vocalist charms Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. and Jackie Daley, annual photographer. Howard, Mr. Nelson is serenaded by Air Force vocalist. ew Approach Air Force Band Entertains Student Bod 1 " rf N " 'V ' 'xr 1 ,Q Speech Club has Halloween breakfast for members and faculty. Q 'XA' N -x SX. - .L,...,,, W, 4 Speech Club has Fashion Show of formal attire. W:-,-i, Limxlwn 'F at' -1.1 .l Kevin McCauley video tapes a program. fiX"i 53 , qi M I f I, I r x . ,- i ruff! -iifw ' ' 1 s so funny about Eddie Gamble's lunch? L. . L.-J ' ,lpn gf - A M ' -rf -""' Majorettes perform at Friday night games. .- in- "a-4 - 'V' sb. -6 ff. ' . , , . j'3,N1,, ,,f,jkg1Qi ,y W, 4 Q, - .-.K 1' -v STV' 'V "Y 5 aj' 1-:,.Q? , Q. ' "ha ' ' 45 fx: I 1- 5 4.. ,SMH -. Q v y 04-r -1 Mmes Coble. Furlow, Harrison. and Sullivan enjoy Porlwr Purmlisc. What kind of friends does Mr. Graham really have? is -4 ""' .V .oy-j -1 .... w is X . C i 'S 33, The Honorable Bill Clinton, Governor of Arkansas. Gov. Clinton chats YOUNG DEMOCRA and their sponsor, M Goeller. Attorney General St Clark. 9 Mr. Bill Washingtotfs Black History Students Prepare Christmas Banquet For Faculty fgfgf 'K I 1' ' 4 A ,, ..---f .5 lt seems that English teachers are always first in line. Faculty members are overwhelmed with the delicious menu. 11' I Governor Bill Clinton Visits Campus Arkansas Dignitaries Attorney General Steve Clark Speaks to GT Students Purifoy says, "This technical equipment is too complicated for me!" Mr. Washington's students pres t him with a Christmas gift. ' " a,.,,,. ,. , X 4 4? G O W N, 1i'.'AUi'c 'Q U-, 'rs A . .A F ,L A 1 . :g if SLQ If if .,. .- 1 'W "Ng gwrnix. 09, K ,KK ,,,,,,f, .,-,.... ,......,,. N-, wir. ., M- V K F Q-qv I 0 ' fr v -v A Christmas Comes To Art students transform AHS. AHS Fr, r Q "rs , 4 . I LAW JE is - n f ,,, in -4 uf' - f M5 Madrigals and Band Present Yule Tide Program f, 2 AA 7' AI'2'irf :.:1 hh K , M, .A . .F s Q 'Q 'ef' ful - s-1, ,g 1 x.?: ' ,gpw , ' KP .7 muff! . f ,-I.'4Q"" Senior Class Officers President Larry Brunck Vice President Peter Wolf Secretary Treasurer James Foster 25 , . .Nh W 0 13" 0 0 S AKILAH AB DULLAH - Spanish Club 783 Office Aide 79, 803 Teachers Aide 793 Young Democrats 803 Future Teachers of America. DAPHNE MONIQUE ADAMS - Teacher's Aide 78,793 Of- fice Aide 78, 793 Powder Puff Football 78, 793 HERO Club 803 Library Aide 783 French Club 80. DAVID WAYNE ALLEN - Library Club 78, Vice-President 78: Chess Club 783 DE-I Club 79: Gifted and Talented Pro- gram 793 DE-Il Club 80. DOTTY ALLRED - Red Jackets 78, 793 PTSA 78, 79, 803 DECA I 80. JAIME ADAMS - Red Jackets 783 French Club 78, 79, 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 801 SAC 78. Vice-President 78Q Future Teachers of America 793 Student Council 793 Counselors Aide 791 NIKE 79, Vice-President 803 Future Business Leaders of America 80. LISA MARGARET AKIN - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Stage Band 78, 79, 803 Honor Band 793 First All- Region Band 78, 793 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 803 Porker Ad Collector 803 PORKER staff 803 RAZORBACK staff 803 Speech Club 802 Flagette 78, 79, 80Q Future Business Leaders of America 793 Band to Ireland 793 Who's Who Among American High School Students3 Gifted and Talented Program 803 First Place Winner of Voice of Democracy 803 Band Council Repre- sentative 803 National Honor Society 80. LESLIE ARNOLD- Future Business Leaders of America 78 793 Future Teacher's of America 793 Student Council 79 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 78, 793 French Club 80 Social Chairman 803 Key Club Calendar Girl 79, 803 N IKE 79 803 Varsity Cheerleader 803 Red Jackets 78, 793 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff 79. JOHN ASHBY -ICT 803 Speech Club 80. SMP ew ANTHONY ATKINS - Track 805 Boy's Gymnastics 803 Baseball 80. BUBBA AVANCE - Key Club 783 Powder Puff Cheerleader 791 Boy's State Delegate 793 DECA Club 80. , t lllvllll , 1' ' 1 JACK W. BEA DLE - Speech Club 80. BOBBY W. BEARDEN , lh K MELISSA ANNE ASHBY - Red Jackets 78: Homecoming Committee 79, 803 HERO Club 79, 805 Speech Club 805 Teacher's Aide 78. TERESA LYNN ASHCRAFT - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Flagette 78. 79. 80g Flagette Captain 803 French Club 803 Band Council 80. nga buss Kiki as f ANITA BAKER - Red Jackets 78. 793 Spanish Club 78, 79. 80: Powder Puff Football 79: Future Business Leaders of America 80: Future Teachers of America 803 Gifted and Talented Program 80g NIKE 80. VERONICA BAKER - Red Jackets 793 Powder Puff 79: Fu- ture Homemakers of America, President 80: Art Club 803 Young Democrats 80. JANET BEARDEN - Library Club 803 PTSA 80. TAMMIE MARIE BELVIN - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Flagette 79, 803 Future Homemakers of America 79. X ,Xe I ia . 4 1 , ,i. I . ,. A V ,f f' h All X 1 x 4 i I I l l K il 5 1 LIN DA BLANCHE-SAC 79: Speech Club803 Office Aide 803 Future Business Leaders of America 803 Red Jackets 78. 79 JOY RUTH BOHN - French Club 78. 79, 803 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79. 802 Local Science Fair Participant 781 Future Teacher's of America, Vice-President 79, Presi- dent 803 Powder Puff Football 793 NIKE Club 803 Teacher's Aide 793 Young Democrats 803 Candy Cane Committee 803 Homecoming Committee 803 Spanish Club 803 Student Coun- cil Representative 80: Social Committee Chairman 803 Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 803 Porker Staff 802 Razorback Stat'f803 Porker Ad Collector 79, 803 Razorback Ad Collector 80. ,f es in ,' fi 'z'f1'1" . 3 ,542-G ful , K '. ' I ,, ' ' ,- JACQUELINE DENICE BIDDLE - Red Jackets 78, 79: Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Gifted and Talented Pro- gram 78. 79Q SAC 79. 80: Future Teachers of America 793 National Honor Society 79, 803 Powder Puff 79Q Varsity Cheerleader 803 NIKE 803 PTSA 803 Future Business Lead- ers of America 80. LEE BLACK X BRENDA LEE BRADFORD- HERO Club 803 Office Aide 803 Powder Puff 79. SHEILA BRA DLEY- HERO Club 79, 801 Teacher's Aide 79. X 197 3 ff Q , h DUANE BREWER - Spanish Club 78, 79: Future Business Leaders of America 79, 80: Speech Club 80. STEVIE BROOKS - Football 783 Track 79. sa X SHARON A. BRUCE - Chorals 78, 793 Future Business Lead- ers of America 79, 80. LAWRENCE EUGENE BRUICK - Senior Class President 803 Band 78, 79, 80: Stage Band 78, 79, 801 Band Representa- tive 793 Band Escort 79, 803 Student Council 80g National Honor Society 79. 803 Key Club 805 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 80: Speech Club 80: PTSA Committee 803 VICA 79. 198 SHELLY DAWN BRADLEY - Teacher's Aide 80. MARK BRAINERD - Athletics 78g Key Club 78g DECA 79, 803 Speech Club 80. W W Q- CIN DY LOU BROWNIN G- Homecoming Committee 78, 793 Varsity Volleyball 794 Health Occupations 79g Future Teach- ers of America 79: Future Business Leaders of America 793 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 795 PTSA 79, 80: VICA 79, 803 Distributive Education 80. ANITA D. BRUCE - Band 78, 79, 803 Band to Ireland 793 Pep Band 80, Track 783 Basketball 79, 80g Homecoming Commit- tee 80: Prom Committee 803 Art Club 80: PTSA 80. CARISSA BRYANT- Porker Ad Collector, NIKE 79, Treas- urer 80, Madrigals 79, 803 Marching Band 78, 79, 80, Stage Band 78, All-Region Band 78, 79, All-State Band 78, 79, SAU Honor Band 78, 79, Four States Honor Band 78, 79, Student Council 78, Secretary 80, Young Democrats 80, Young Re- publicans 80, French Club 79, 80, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 78, 79, 80, National Honor Society 80, Girls State 79, Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 80, Quiz Bowl 80. EDDIE BURGESS - DECA Club 79, Speech Club 80. F fx SHARON BURSEY - Marching Band 78, 79, Band Trip to lreland 79, Future Teachers of America 80, Young Democrats 80, CounseIor's Aide 80. RICHARD J. BURTON - Key Club 78, PTSA 78, 79, 80, VICA 79, 80, Homecoming Committee 80. LLOYD LATHATIS BURRELL- Art Club 80: Speech Club 803 Basketball 80. JEFF BURROUGHS- Art Club 78. 79. 80, DECA Club 79, 80, Auto Mechanics 79, Teacher's Aide 79, Speech Club 80. Rm, , T.. . ,.,, , eggs- I x 3 ELSIE BUTLER DAVID LYNN BYERS - Varsity Football 78, 79, 80, Basket- ball 78, Baseball 78, Boys State Delegate 793 Student Council Representative 79, 80, PORKER Staff 80, RAZORBACK Staff80g Powder Puff Coach 79, Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes 80, Presidential Classroom 80, Homecoming Committee 80. EVELYN CAN DELARIA - Spanish Club 78, 79, 803 Secre- tary-Treasurer 78, President 79, 803 Red Jackets 783 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 NIKE 79, 80, Recording Secretary 803 Powder Puff Escort 792 Art Club 79, 803 Na- tional Honor Society 79, 80, Social Committee Chairman 803 Homecoming Queen 803 Student Council 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79. 803 Third Place SAU Geometry Contest 783 Girls State Delegate 79. ROSEMARY CANIDA- Red Jackets 783 NIKE 793 Art Club 78. 79, 803 SAC 80Q Future Business Leaders of America 803 Speech Club 803 Young Democrats 80. li' fp ' . . -' ' 4 s Q 4 4 1 -a x. , .- ., Q X 5 f ' .. H ,, X I 3 . X if ,, N N SHIRLEY CHEATHAM DENA CHEWNING - Red Jackets 78, 793 COE 803 Future Business Leaders of America 80. U2 MN 200 F' . M- -. 3 . fat.. .. .. is ' CHARLES BYRD - Future Business Leaders of America 78, 79, 80: Powder Puff Cheerleader 781 Library Club 79, 80, President 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 793 Miss Ugly Contestant 79, 803 ROTC 78. TIM CALICOTT - French Club 783 Young Democrats 803 Powder Puff Cheerleader 793 Gifted and Talented Program 79, 803 Science Fair Participant 78, 79, 803 Boys State Delegate 793 Key Club 783 Miss Ugly Contestant 793 Gymnastics Mgr. 803 Environmental Study Area 803 National Honor Sciety 80. RUSSELL GENE CARAWAY - Football 78, 79,802 Baseball 78, 79, 803 Boys State Delegate 793 Key Club 78. 79: Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes 79, Treasurer 803 National Honor Society 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 80, Beau 803 Powder Puff Maid 79. PHYLLIS MARIE CHEATHAM - Office Aide 79: HERO Club 78, 79, 803 Teachers Aide 78, 791 Speech Club 80. DANNETTE CHILES - Speech Club 80g Future Business Leaders of America 803 Future Homemakers of America 79. VON CHISM - Key Club 78, 803 DECA Club 793 Counselor's Aide 79. STEPHEN A. CIGAINERO- Future Farmers of America 783 ROTC 78, 793 ICT 78, 79. 80. KENNETH RAY COBB - Local Science Fair 783 Regional Science Fair 782 State Science Fair 78Q VICA Club 793 Key Club 793 Powder Puff Cheerleader 793 Speech Club 803 Drama Club 803 Teacher's Aide 80. SHARON CHUMLEY - Graphic Arts 79. THOMAS KEITH CHUMLEY - Band 78. 79,801 All-Region 78, 79, 803 Solo and Ensemble 78.79, 80: Outstanding Soloist 78Q VICA, Treasurer 791 Environmental Study Area 803 Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Ireland 793 Honor Band 793 Gifted und Talented Program 79. 803 Track 79, 80. MONTE COBB - Transfer from Texas3 D.E. I 793 D.E. II 80. NATALIE COKER - HERO Club 79, 803 National Honor Society 80. BILLY COOK - Art Club 78. 79, 805 Key Club 78, 795 Football 78, 79. 805 Art Club Beau 805 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79. 805 Booster Club 78. 79.80. LAJUANA ELAINE COOPER- Red Jackets 78gJ.V. Cheer- leader 79: Varsity Cheerleader 80g Future Homemakers of America 785 SAC 78.79.805 Publicity Officer 795 Office Aide 79: Powder Puff Escort 79: Future Teachers of America 795 Teacher's Aide 795 Future Business Leaders of America. Reporter 79. 80: Homecoming Committee 795 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 795 Spanish Club 805 Student Council Rep- resentative 805 PTSA 805 Track Manager 803 Key Club Calen- dar 805 Young Democrats 80. RAN DY CRAWFORD - Junior Varsity Football 795 Varsity Football 805 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 80. JANET ELAINE CROSS - Teacher's Aide 78. 795 Future Teachers of America 79, 805 Future Business Leaders of America 795 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 805 DECA 80. BECKY KAY COLLUM - Cosmetology, Secretary 79, 805 Teacher's Aide 795 VICA 79, 80, Secretary 805 PTSA 78, 79, 805 Future Farmers of America 80. JOSEPH SCOTT CONNOR- Speech Club 805 Office Aide 805 Teacher's Aide 805 VICA 795 Powder Puff Cheerleader 79. if lg, PORTER COX. III - Chess Club 78, 79, President 805 French Club 795 AFJROTC 78, 79, 80, Drill Team 78, Drill Team Commander 79, Deputy Squadron Commander 805 Math Contest Participant 78, 795 Local Science Fair 795 Re- gional Science Fair 79. ELIZABETH CECILIA CRAWFORD - Red Jackets 785 Sophomore Class President 785 Student Council 78, 795 J.V. Cheerleader 795 NIKE 795 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 795 Counselor's Aide 795 Homecoming Committee 79, 805 Future Teachers of America 79, 805 Powder Puff 795 Teach- er's Aide 805 Speech Club 805 PORKER Staff 805 RAZOR- BACK Staff 805 PORKER Ad Collector 80. O' JOE HAMMOND CROW - Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Student Council 803 Future Farmers of America 79, 803 Speech Club 803 Key Club 79, 801 National Honor Society 80. ANTIONETTE CRUMP - Library Aide 78. t-s iisi I M xl JACQUELINE P. DAILEY - Teacher's Aide 78, 793 Powder Puff Football 793 Speech Club 803 Art Club 80g Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 803 PORKER Staff 803 RAZOR- BACK Staff 80. Photographer 803 Homecoming Committee 803 PORKER Ad Collector. JERRI LYNN DAVENPORT- NIKE 792 Teachers Aide 80Q Red Jackets 78. 79. I K if . L I' , L ' .-. 1 KEN CULLIPHER - Transfer from Watson High School: R DECA 79Q VICA 80, President3 Gifted and Talented Program 80: PTSA. ONNIE CUMMINGS I I 4 ,J if to I llllhl RONALD RAY DAVENPORT - Football 78. JE NNIFER ANN DAVIS - Red Jackets 78, 799 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 79, 80, President 80g NIKE 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Art Club 78Q Gifted and Talented Program 803 Powder Pulf Football 793 RAZOR- BACK Staff, PORKER Staff, PORKER Ad Collectorg Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 National Honor Society 80 203 . li CV ww , X- L RJ.. I ., ------. t ,Mi -fn r K 3 R K , A " 3 , a Q ' ' , . Nu . . ' J 3 :H I wx as ' A . L. ' , 3 ' 3 w T, 1 - ' gg - Q 'P T , I A - RAMONA LYNNE DAWSON- French Club 781 Red Jackets 78g Office Aide 78, 793 Counselor's Aide 78, 793 Teacher's Aide 783 Future Teachers of America 793 Future Business Leaders of America 793 SAC 793 HERO Club, Secretary 80. CONSTANCE CATHERINE DAY - Student Council 78g ' French Club 78, 793 Red Jackets 783 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 80Q NIKE 79, 803 J.V. Cheerleader 793 Varsity Cheer- leader 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 PTSA 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 803 National Honor Society 80. DELSIE DICKSON - Transfer 793 VICA Club Secretary 793 HERO Club 80. BEVERLY YVETTE DILLARD- Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Flagette 79Q Majorette 79, 803 Band Maid 78, 79, 803 Student Council Representative 783 French Club 781 Solo and Ensem- ble 783 NIKE 793 Key Club Calendar Girl 79: Powder Puff Escort 793 Teacher's Aide 793 Future Teachers of America 793 Future Business Leaders of America 803 Young Democrats 803 Key Club Calendar Girl 803 Homecoming Committee 80. 204 PAMELA D. DAVIS - Counselor's Aide 783 COE 80. PAUL DAVIS - Football 78, 793 Counselor's Aide 80. Y , '22 TERRY DELINGER - Office Aide 783 VICA Vice-President 793 ICT Vice-President 803 Speech Club. JERALD LYNN DELONEY- Basketball 78, 793 Track 78, 79 803 Football 79, 803 Madrigals 793 Junior Class President 79 Student Puff Maid 793 Pepsi-Cup MVP Award 803 All Conference 803 All-State 80. 3 A QE?"-p 'bl' DORIS MARIE DIXON - Marching Band 78: HERO 78. 79. 80, Secretary-Treasurer 80: Future Teachers of America 80: Speech Club 80. LORI DOSS - Transfer from Louisiana: HERO 80. KEVIN DREWERY KELLY LEE DUKE- So homore Class Secretar -Tr p y easurerg Student Council 78, 79, 80, Treasurer 803 French Club 78, 795 Red Jackets 78, .lunior Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Cheer- leader: Future Teachers of America 79, 803 NIKE 79, 80' National Honor Society, Girls State Delegate 793 Homecom- ing Committee 78, 79, 80: Key Club Calendar Girl 79, 803 Presidential Classroom 803 Powder Puff Escort 795 Players 803 Miss Ugly Escort 781 Gifted and Talented 78, 79, 803 Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes 79. a GREGG DOWD - Key Club 78: Football 78. 80. WILLIAM DRABBLE - DECA 79, 803 Speech Club 80 S if DOUG EASON - DECA 79, 80. BECKY EAST- Library Club 78g Future Teachers of America 793 Teachers Aide 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 80g Speech Club 803 Homecoming Committee 79. JOYCE EN GLE DOWL - First All-Region Band 78, 79, 803 All-State Band 78, Alternate 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Marching Band 78, 79, 801 Teacher's Aide 793 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 801 Powder Puff Band 793 Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Ireland 792 Honor Band 79. 'DONNA KAROL FEAGINS - Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Art Club 79, 803 Red Jackets 793 Powder Puff Football 793 PTSA 79, 803 Teacher's Aide 79, 803 Future Business Leaders of America 801 Spanish Club 803 Homecoming Roy- alty 80. DIANA FOSTER - Library Aide 793 DECA Club 80. JAMES EDWARD FOSTER - Key Club 78, 79, President 803 French Club 78, 79, 803 Local Science Fair- Third Place 78g Local Science Fair 793 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 ASU Math Contest 78, 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Boys State Delegate 793 Teacher's Aide 79, National Honor Society 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Stu- dent Council 803 Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer 803 Dele- gate to Leadership Development Seminar 803 Delegate to National Leadership Training Program 803 National Honor Society - Nominating Committee 803 Voice of Democracy Contest Second Place 803 Speech Club 803 Teacher's Aide 80. 206 WALLACE D. ELLIOT, JR. - AFJROTC 78, 79, 803 Finance Officer 79, Squadron Commander 803 Chess Club 78, 79, 80, Vice-President 79, 80, Future Teachers of America 803 French Club 803 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Science Fair Honorable Mention 793 Math Contest Partici- pant 78, 79, TINA EMFINGER - Red Jackets 78, 792 Graphic Arts 792 DECA Club 80. NELA JANEEN FERGUSON - French Club 78, 79, 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 801 Red Jackets 78, 793 Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Young Democrats President 803 Sadie Hawkins Committee 78, 79, 803 Miss Arkansas High Beauty Pageant Co- Director 803 Powder Puff Football 793 Future Teachers of America 803 PTSA 79, 803 NIKE 793 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 80. ANDREA FITZGERALD JAY C. FOSTER-Junior Varsity Football 782 DECA Club 79, 80 MARK FOSTER - Football 78Q VICA 79, 80. Q X . ' 'R' fit.. . I 'I ' A. ' 1 DANIEL FREEMAN - Band 783 Junior Achievement 78, 793 ROTC 791 AE II 791 VICA 80. PENNY FREEMAN - Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Band Librarian 781 Marching Band 78, 79, 801 Spanish Club 78, 793 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 803 Teacher's Aide 79, 80: Powder Puff Football 79g Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Ireland 79. if . THOMAS FRANKLIN - Spanish Club 78Q HERO Club 79, President 80. NATALIE FRAZIER - Track 783 Future Homemakers of America 781 Basketball 781 Speech Club 80. L l LIN DA FRI DAY - Library Aide 78, 793 Art Club 80Q Transfer from Garland High School. ANITA GAYLE FRIX - French Club 79Q Girls Varsity Bas- ketball 783 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 783 Homecoming Committee 803 Future Business Leaders of America 803 COE 79: PTSA 791 Teacher's Aide 793 Miss AHS Beauty Pageant 80 2 EDDIE LEE GAMBLE - SAC President 78. Representative 79. 80: Junior Varsity Football 78: Varsity Football 79. 80: Varsity Track 78. 79. 80: ROTC 78. 79. 80: Student Council Vice- President 79: State-wide Mathematical Contest First Place 78. 79: Calculus Club 80: Gifted and Talented Program 78. 79.801 Homecoming Committee 78: Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 78. 79. 80: Boys State 79: Presidential Classroom 79: Powder Puff Maid 79. SHARON GARCIA - Spanish Club 78. Treasurer 79. 80: Band 78. 79: Band Trip to Ireland 79: Flagette 79: Powder Puff Band 78. 79: Solo and Ensemble 78. 79: Sadie Hawkins Committee 78. 79.801 Local Science Fair. Third Place 79: Future Teach- ers of America 79. 80: Teacher's Aide 79: DECA Club 80. GREGORY DEAN GI DEON - Track 78. 79. 80: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79. 80. JOE GILL - VICA Club 80: Speech Club 80. CURTIS FROST - DECA Club 79.80. VERONNICA MISHELLE FULCE - Future Homemakers of America. President 78: PTSA 78, 79. 80: National Honor Society 80: Future Business Leaders of America 80: Future Teachers of America 80: COE 80: Prom Committee 80. LACY GEIGER - Red Jackets 78: Homecoming Committee 78. 79, 80: French Club 78: Future Business Leaders of America 78. 79. Sweetheart 80. MICKEY JEAN GIBSON - Gymnastics 79: COE 80: Future Business Leaders of America 80. RAYMOND A. GILL - Health Occupations 79, VICA Club Parliamentarian 793 HOE Beau 793 Powder Puff Cheerleader 793 PTSA 79, 80. CIN DY GILLIAM - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Stage Band 78, 79, 80, Honor Band 79, 803 All-Region 781 Powder Puff 793 Teacher's Aide 803 Solo and Ensemble 78, 80. i 3 ' ' Y il-'QS-4 .52 P' T-'Q ' QF, . -1 ,5- ., A Q, ,F Fr it fx R H, tv ' N" JOHN KENNEDY GOSSETT - ROTC 782 PTSA 781 Auto Mechanics 79, 803 VICA Reporter 79. BERNADINE GRA DY- Future Homemakers of America 793 SAC 793 Teacher's Aide 79Q ICT 801 VICA 80. .IANA LEA GLADDEN - Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 802 NIKE Club 79, 803 National Honor Society 79, Secretary-Treasurer 80: Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Local Science Fair 78, 79, 803 Regional Science Fair 791 Powder Puff Foot- ball 793 Teachers Aide 803 Club Sixteen 793 Environmental Study Area 80. MEN DELL GLASS , VN- N. ,,,, , Y' ' ,. C flirt Vi NORMAN ARTHOR GRAY - VICA 79, 80. PATRICIA GREEN - Homecoming Committee 782 SAC Sec- retary 78, 793 Teacher's Aide 782 Counselor's Aide 79. CINDY ANN GUTHRIE - Marching Band 78, 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 COE 803 PTSA 78, 79, 80. TONY HA DAWAY- DECA I793 DECA II 803 Speech Club 80. JOY HANSON - Basketball 78, 791 Powder PuiT79g Players 803 PTSA 79, 803 Future Homemakers of America 783 Transfer Student 78. SUSAN HAR DER - Future Teachers of America 79, 803 NIKE 79, 803 Red Jackets 78, 79, Captain 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 805 Art Club 78, 79, 803 Art Club Treasurer 803 Gifted and Talented Program 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sweetheart 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 80. 210 IDA GRIFFIN JEFF GRUSCHOW - Speech Club 80. B. RENEE I-IALLMAN - Graphic Arts 793 VICA Club 80 PTSA 80. ROY J.. HAMILTON - DECA I793 DECA II 803 PTSA 80. JOSEPH HARDY - Basketball Manager 803 Track 792 P.E. Aide 79. KIMBERLY ANN HARMON - Red Jackets 78, 793 Home- coming Committee 78, 79, 803 Teacher's Aide 78, 793 Gifted and Talented 78, 793 Future Business Leaders of America 783 Future Teachers of America 793 DECA 803 PTSA 79, 80. LISA HAWKINS - Teacher's Aide 78, 79Q PTSA 78, 79, 803 VICA 79, 803 Cosmetology 79, 803 Parliamentarian 80. STANLEY HEN DREN - Art Club 79, 803 Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 PORKER Photog- rapher and Staff 803 RAZORBACK Photographer and Staff 803 Teachers Aide 79, 803 Band Camp Scholarship 793 Office Aide 79. MIKE HARRIS - Varsity Basketball 793 Welding I 793 Welding II 80. TAMMY HARTMAN - HERO 793 Teacher's Aide 793 Future Business Leaders of America 80. LAURIE HENRY - DECA Club 79, 803 Library Club 793 National Honor Society 80. STEVE HERRING - DECA I 793 DECA II 803 Teacher's Aide 793 Speech Club 80. JOE HICKEY - Football 78. 79. 80: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79. 80. President 803 Future Farmers of America 78. 79. 80: SAC 80. KATHLEEN HICKEY - PTSA 78. 79. 80: Cosmetology 79. 80: VICA 80. THERESA HIGHT - Transfer from Genoa Central High School 79: HERO Club 80. JOHN HILL - Spanish Club 78g Gifted and Talented Program 78. 79. 80: Marching Band 78. 79. 803 St. Patrick's Day Parade. Dublin. Ireland: National Honor Society 79. 80g Boys State Delegate 79: Science Fair 79. Honorable Mention 793 Future Teachers of America. Parliamentarian 80: Madrigals 80: All-Region Choir: Quiz Bowl 80: Environmental Study Area 80. 212 CAROL HICKERSON - PTSA 78, 79, 803 Future Business Leaders of America 793 Graphic Arts 793 Teacher's Aide 795 DEC A 80. JAN IS HICKERSON - Student Council 78, 79. 80: Red Jackets 78. 79. Captain 803 French Club 78, 793 Homecoming Commit- tee 78, 79g Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 80, Treasurer 80g Presiden- tial Classroom 79: Girls State Delegate 791 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79. 80g National Honor Society 79, 803 NIKE 79, 803 Powder Puff 79g PTSA. Program Chairman 793 Teachers Aide 793 Future Teachers of America. SHARON KAY HICKEY- Future Farmers of America 78. 79, 80: PTSA 78. 79. 80: Cosmetology 79. 80. President 79. 803 VICA 79. 80, President 80. MIKE D. HIGGINBOTHAM - Transfer from Ashdown: DECA I 79: DECA II 80: PTSA 80. ROBIN LYNN HILLER - AFROTC 78. 79, 80. ACIE HOLLINS. JR. - Art Club 78, 79. 80: Young Democrats 80. CHARLES HOWARD MARY HOUSE - COE 79. 803 Future Business Leaders of America 80. STEPHANIE A. HONEA - VICA 79. 80: Cosmetology Club 79. 803 Teacher's Aide 78. DONNA HORN - Red Jackets 78, 793 Homecoming Commit- tee 78, 793 Future Teachers of America 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 803 COE 80. VII . ffl ANN HUGHES - National Honor Society 79, 801 Girl's State Delegate 793 Girls Varsity Basketball 79, 80g NIKE 79, 803 Local Science Fair, Second Place 783 First Place 795 Regional Science Fair Honorable Mention 785 Second Place 793 Gifted and Talented Program 79, 803 French Club 78, 793 Great Decisions Program 79, Powder Puff 793 Club I6 79, 80. DEBORAH S. HUMES - Speech Club 80. 213 BRYAN JACKSON LORIA ANN JEFFERSON - Art Club 79, 803 Varsity Basket- ball 79, 803 Track 783 Powder Puff 79. CLIFTON ANTONIO JONES - Varsity Basketball 78, 79,802 PORKER Staff3 RAZORBACK Staff 803 Powder Puff Roy- alty 793 Track 78g Homecoming Committee 803 Booster Club 803 Porker Ad Collector 80. KAREN JONES - All Region Band 78, 79, 803 Ireland 793 Spanish Club 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 PTSA 802 Teachers Aide 79, 80. 214 MARY HUMPHRIES - Transfer from Virginia 783 National Honor Society 803 Gymnastics 78, 79, 803 Gifted and Talented Program 79, 803 NIKE 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PAT HUNTER- French Club 783 Red Jackets 781 Tennis Team 78, 79, 802 Young Democrats 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Homecoming Maid 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Social Chairman Speech Club 803 Presidential Classroom 80g Counselor Aide 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff 793 Players 803 PTSA 803 Booster Club 79. EMMA JOHNSON PHYLLIS JOHNSON - Red Jackets 781 Spanish Club 781 Library Aide 78, 79g VICA 79, 803 Cosmetology Club 79, 80, Reporter 803 Powder Puff793 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79. LANITA BRANDON JONES - Future Business Leaders of America 80: Teachers Aide 79, COE 80. SUSAN SHARON JONES - Photo-Journalism 78g Red Jac- kets 78, 79: Spanish Club 78, 79, Social Chairman 803 Home- coming Committee 78, 79, 80g Office Aide 78, 79, 803 Future Business Leaders of America 78, 79, 80: Powder Puff 79, Future Teachers of America 80g NIKE-79, 80, Speech Club, Vice-President 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 78. DAVID L. JORDAN - Football 78, 79, 803 Environmental Study Area 80. SANDRA KELLER - Future Teachers of America 78, 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 80, Secretary 805 Teacher's Aide 79g COE 80. f TROY JONES - DECA I 79, DECA ll 805 Speech Club 80 WAVIE T. JONES, JR. - Football 78, 79, 803 Track 78, 79, 80 ARTHUR LEE KENDRICK III- Marching Band 78, 79, 805 Art Club 79, 80, Secretary 805 Four States Art Awardg Band Royalty Escort 78, 79, 80. WILLIAM KENNINGTON t 145,55 'Y ' Q si-Q-:ai 3. 3 k i: H, N.,,,-as ,ii I 1' W, ' , , , 4 I W , -3' Q 2, " 84' I "Mix THERESE KIN G - Spanish Club 78. 79. 80, Secretary 79,801 Powder Puff Football 793 Future Business Leaders of America 802 Future Teachers of America 803 Teacher's Aide 803 Presidential Classroom 80. ANNE KNIGHT - Spanish Club 78, 793 Marching Band 783 PTSA 78, 79, 803 All-Region Band 781 Solo and Ensemble 783 Band Librarian 781 Graphic Arts 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79. 80. .Ig 3 K. N 4 .,:fij.1 : i , .W-5: . . r Y y., ff' : Qfhffffi' .t t i 1' DONNA LYNN KNOX- PTSA 78. 79. 803 Teacher's Aide 781 Cosmetology Treasurer 79. 80, VICA Club 79. 803 Future Farmers of America 80. HAYWOOD HENRY KOONTZ - Track 78, 79, 803 Football 78. 79, 801 All-State 803 All-Arkansas Team 801 Four-State Area Team 803 Super Star Team 803 All-Conference Team 79, 803 SAC 803 Basketball 782 Art Club 79.801 Miss Ugly Contest 79. 216 JIMMY KENT - Future Farmers of America 78, 79, 80, Presi- dent 801 Homecoming Committee 80. NET KING - Office Aide 80. TRINA LYNN KIGHT - Transferred from Pine Bluff3 Red Jackets 793 Future Homemakers of America 793 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 793 Teacher's Aide 80. CHERYL KNOX - Track 78, 79. 803 Basketball 79, 803 Office Aide 803 PTSA 78, 79, 803 Future Homemakers of America 78. 79, 803 Powder Puff Football 792 Prom Committee 803 Homecoming Committee 803 Gymnastics Manager 79. s is .9 yi I" V 3 4. ' 'i , I 5 1 . S STEVEN KROLL - AFROTC 78, Outstanding Flight, Out- standing Cadet 78g AFROTC 79g Madrigals 803 Drama Club 803 Speech Club 80. STEVE KYLES - VICA 793 ICT 79g DECA 80: Speech Club 80. MARTHA JO LANEY - First Place Local Science Fair 783 Second Place Regional Science Fair 783 AFROTC 783 State Science Fair 781 First Place Local Science Fair 79: Third Place Regional Science Fair 79g Madrigals 79, 80, All-Region Choir 785 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 80g PTSA 78, 79, 803 Graduation Program Usher 79. LARRY A. LAW - Key Club 793 DECA Club 79, 80: Speech Club 80. MICHAEL LABEFF- DECA Club 79, 80, President 80, Vice President 793 Office Aide 793 Southern Region DECA Dele- gate 79g First Place Sales and Display, State DECA Conven- tion, Speech Club. PAUL ALLEN LAMON - Band 78. 793 Spanish Club 803 Young Republicans 80, Treasurer 803 Calculus Club 80, Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 80. LEFF LAWRENCE - Transfer Student from Texas High: DECA I 79, DECA II 80. JAMES E. LEE - Auto Body Mechanics 793 Speech Club 803 Powder Puff Cheerleader 79. MIKE LINDSEY - HERO Club 78, 793 Speech Club 79, 80. DEBORAH L. LISTON - AFROTC Drill Team 782 AF- ROTC II 783 VICA Club 79, 803 Auto Mechanics ICT 803 Teacher's Aide 79. VIKKI DEE LOYD - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Flagette 78, 79, 80, Co-Captain 803 Band to Ireland 79Q All- Region Band 783 Stage Band 803 Spanish Club 782 Art Club 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 803 Gifted and Talented Program 80. KEVIN W. McCAULEY - PTSA 78, 79, 803 VICA 79, 803 Library Club President 79Q Office Aide 79. JANET LEGGITON- HERO Club 78, 79, 803 Speech Club 80. BREN DA KAY LEIGH- Red Jackets 78.79, Outstanding Red Jacket 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Teacher's Aide 79, 803 Speech Club 80. SHERIDAN PHILLIP LOCKET - Library Aide 783 PTSA 79, 80. HOWARD E. LOLLIS - Football 783 Track 78, 79Q Art Club 79, ,802 Speech Club 80. NELWYN Mc DANIEL - Competitive Gymnastics 78, 79, 803 State Champion 78, Second in State 791 Outstanding Gymnast 783 Hall of Fame 781 Arkansas Gymnast ofthe Year 783 NIKE 803 Teacher's Aide 793 Oftice Aide 801 Gifted and Talented Program 803 National Honor Society 80. KELLY RAE MCDONALD - Marching Band 78. 79, 803 Southem State Honor Band 79g All-Region Band 78, 79, 801 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 803 Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Dublin, Ireland 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 French Club 78, 793 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 The Thinker Co-Editor 803 National Honor Society 803 Local Science Fair Participant Third Place 783 PTSA 79, 803 Young Democrats, Reporter 803 Candy Cane Committee 803 Young Republicans, Vice-President 803 RAZORBACK Staff 803 PORKER Staff 801 PORKER Ad-Collector 80. GARY WAYNE McDOWELL - Football 78, 79, 803 All- Conference Center 803 Baseball 78, 79, 803 Speech Club Social Chairman 803 Homecoming Escort 80. TERRYE Mc DOWELL- AFJROTC 78, 79,803 Madrigals 79, 803 All-Region Choir 79, 803 Speech Club 80. REBECCA JANE Mc DONALD- National Honor Society 79, 803 Red Jackets 781 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 793 Homecom- ing Committee 78, 791 NIKE 79,801 Powder Puff Football 793 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Art Club 78, 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 78, 793 Local Science Fair 78, 793 Regional Science Fair 79L State Science Fair 793 Presidential Classroom 803 Young Democrats 803 Spanish Club 78, 79, 80, Vice-President 79, Treasurer 803 RAZORBACK Staff803 PORKER Staff803 PORKER Ad-Collector 803 Teacher's Aide 793 SAU Math Participant 78. BOBBY Mc DOWELL JEFF McJUNKINS - Key Club 803 Basketball Manager 80. CARLA McKINNON - Homecoming Committee 783 Red .lac- kets 783 HERO Club Secretary 79. x BARBARA UNICE MARTIN - Powder Puff Football 79: Future Homemakers of America 793 Homecoming Committee 781 Library Aide 803 Speech Club 80. DEBBIE ETHELRINE MARTIN - Future Homemakers of America 803 PTSA 78. 79. 803 Prom Committee 80. eos Ww- , Q i w ..t, RONALD EUGENE MEADOWS - Band 78.79, 80: Stage Band 78, 79. 80: VICA 79, 803 All-Region 79. 803 Gifted and Talented Program 801 National Honor Society 803 Powder Puff Band 793 PTSA 803 Ireland 793 Teacher's Aide 793 Sci- ence Fair 78: VICA Parliamentarian 80. RONNIE D. MILLS - Band 78, 79, 803 Vice-President 80: All-Region Band 78. 80Q Solo and Ensemble 78. 79, 803 Band Escort 78, 793 Powder Puff Feature Twirler 793 Environmental Study Area 801 Student Council 793 VICA 79, 803 Vice- President 803 Key Club 803 Gifted and Talented Program 803 National Honor Society 80. 220 DAVID MA DERO WILLIAM M. MALCOLM - Marching Band 78, 79, 80: All- Region Band 78, 79. 80: Tennis Team 79, 803 Presidential Classroom 803 Spanish Club 803 Boys State Delegate 793 Out- door Classroom 803 Gifted and Talented Program 79, 803 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79. 803 Local Science Fair First Place 78, 791 Regional Science Fair First Place 78, Second Place 793 Arkan- sas State Science Fair Second Place 78, 793 SAU Mathematics Contest Participant 78, 79. ROY DALE MATTSON- Future Farmers of America 782 ICT 79. 803 VICA Club 79, 80. ROBERT E. MAXWELL - AFJROTC 78, 79, 80. BREN DA CAROL MITCHELL- Varsity Gymnastics 78, 79, 805 SAC 78. 795 Future Teachers of America 78. 79, 805 N IKE 78, 795 Powder Puff Football Escort 795 Future Homemakers of America 795 Office Aide 805 Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes 805 Young Democrats 805 Most Outstanding Gymnast 805 First Place State Championship. DWYNE MITCHELL - Football 78, 79, 805 French Club 785 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 785 Powder Puff Coach 78, 79g National Honor Society 79, 805 Boys State Delegate 795 Second Place Local Science Fairg Second Place Regional Science Fairg Third Place State Science Fair5 Future Teachers of America 795 Young Democrats 805 Presidential Classroom Scholarship 805 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 805 N HS Social Chairman 805 Club I6 79, 80. TANYA MOBLEY - Spanish Club 785 NIKE 79, 80. Corre- sponding Secretary 805 Marching Band 78, 79, 805 Library Aide 78, 795 Powder Puff Football 79. BARRY CLAYTON MONROE - Regional Science Fair 78, Third Place: Regional Science Fair 79, Second Grand Prize5 International Science Fair 795 Boys State Delegate 795 AF- ROTC 78, 79, 80, Leadership School 79. Drill Team 78, 79, 80, Staff Oflicer 79, 805 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 805 French Club 78, 79, 805 Chess Club 78, 79, 805 National Honor Society. ILLIAM MITCHELL - Marching Band 78, 79, 80. DONNY MIXON - Marching Band 78, 79. 805 Stage Band 78, 795 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 805 First All-Region Band 78, 79, 805 All-State Band 79g Southern State Honor Band 78, 795 French Club 79, 80. LISA RENEE MOON - Future Business Leaders of America 78g Homecoming Committee 785 VICA Club 78, 795 HOE 78, 795 Red Jacketsg Office Aide 785 Counselor Aide 79, 80. BECKY MOORE - Future Business Leaders of America 79, 805 Future Teachers of America 79, 805 Spanish Club 78, 79, 805 Sadie Hawkins Committee 78, 795 Marching Band 78, 795 Band to Ireland 795 Powder Puff Band 78, 795 Solo and En- semble 78, 79g National Honor Society 80. ANGELA ANNE MORGAN - Speech Club 803 Art Club 78, 79, 803 Art Club Sweetheart 803 Madrigals 803 French Club 79, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 RAZORBACK Photog- rapher 803 PORKER Photographer 80. MARILYN MORINE - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Solo and Ensemble 783 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 802 Future Teachers of America 803 Young Democrats 805 Homecoming Committee 78, PTSA 79, 80. fU"' JON MURRAY MORTON - Football78, 79, 803 Tennis 78, 79, 803 Key Club 78, 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 Boys State 79Q Powder Puff Emcee 79, Homecoming Committee 80. MARY MUNCEY -- Art Club 803 Library Club 803 PTSA 80. DAVID L. MOORE - Football 78, 79, 803 Art Club 803 Powder Puff Coach 79. TINA MORELAN D- Red Jackets 78, 793 Varsity Cheerleader 803 Track 78, 79, 80, Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Girls Basketball 792 Girls Volleyball 791 Student Council 793 Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 Powder Puff 792 PTSA 79, 80, French Club 803 NIKE 803 Future Teachers of America S03 Young Democrats 803 Counselor's Aide 803 Na- tional Honor Society 80. X, w -Q H ll A l I LAURA MORRIS - AFJROTC 783 DECA 79, 80. TONY WESLEY MORRISON - Football 781 Track 783 Art Club 78, 79, 803 Young Democrats 803 Candy Cane Commit- tee 803 Student Council Representative 803 RAZORBACK Staff 80g PORKER Staff 803 PORKER Ad-Collector 803 Fu- ture Teachers of America 803 Gifted and Talented Program 792 PTSA 78, 79, 803 Teacher's Aide 803 Homecoming Committee 803 Presidential Classroom Nominee 80. DONNA MUS GROVE - Future Business Leaders of America 793 COE 793 VICA Club 803 ICT 80. SANDY MYERS - AFJROTC 78, 79, 803 Cosmetology Club 78, 79, Vice-President 803 VlCA78, 79, 80, Vice-President 803 Speech Club 80. Va J! i A JOSEPH E. NEAL- HERO Club 802 Band 78, 793 Chess Club 793 Solo and Ensemble 782 Powder Puff Flagette 79. VICKI LYNN NICHOLAS- Red Jackets 78Q Student Council 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 Speech Club 803 Powder Puff 793 Office Aide 79, 803 Drama 80. ,x ,fi DURAINE NASH -ICT 803 Speech Club 803 VICA 80. RICKEY NASH - Art Club 78, 79, 803 Office Aide 793 Teach- er's Aide 78. TAMMYE NICHOLSON -- VICA 792 HOE 793 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 80. TONYA NIX - French Club 783 Red Jackets 782 Speech Club 803 Young Democrats Vice-President 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Players 803 Counselor's Aide 79,802 PTSA 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff Escort 793 Booster Club 793 Miss AHS Beauty Pageant 80. GWEN ODOM - Red Jackets 78, 793 Outstanding Red Jacket 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 80, NIKE 79, 80, President 803 Teach- ers Aide 79. 803 PORKER Ad Collector 803 Young Demo- crats 803 Players 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 80Q Spanish Club 781 SAC 781 PTSA 78, 79, 803 Senior Play 80. LINDA FAYE OWENS Q7-r-V -k DEBBIE PENNINGTON - Marching Band 78. 79. 803 Flag- ette 78. 791 Drum Majorette 80: Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 Future Homemakers of America, Secretary 793 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 802 All-Region 78, 79, 803 Band Royalty 78, 79, 801 Band Queen 803 Band Council 801 Speech Club 803 Honor Band 792 Office Aide 80. DARLENE RENEE PETERSON - SAC 78, 793 Marching Band 78, 79, 80Q Future Homemakers of America 78, 79g Solo and Ensemble 781 Homecoming Committee 783 Miss Ugly Make-Up Assistant 78Q Teacher's Aide 793 National Honor Society 79,801 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Ireland 79. 224 THERESA JANE NORMENT - Library Club 781 Teachers Aide 78, 793 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 PORKER Staff 80Q RAZORBACK Staff 803 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 PORKER Ad Collector 80. KAREN NUNNALLY - Red Jackets 781 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 793 Varsity Cheerleader 803 French Club 78, 792 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 Girls State Delegate 793 NIKE 79, 801 Student Council 793 Homecoming Commit- tee 793 Booster Club 79, 80Q National Honor Society 79, 803 Powder Puff Football 793 Track 791 Junior Class Secretary Treasurer 793 Future Teachers of America 803 Gifted and Talented Program 80. DAN A E. PAYNE - Homecoming Committee 803 French Club 78, 793 Girls State Delegate 793 Future Business Leaders of America 793 Teachers Aide 793 Student Council 803 National Honor Society 79, 80, President 801 Future Teachers 'of America 79, 801 Third Place Local Science Fair 782 Quiz Bowl 803 Gifted and Talented 78, 79. 803 Players 803 PTSA 79, 80. JERRY FRANK PEARSON - Football 78, 79, 801 Track 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff Maid 78.79, Homecoming Committee 80. ff, ,Maxx I KAREN PHILLIPS - Office Aide 78, 79. 80: Speech Club 80. TOMMIE PEOPLES lg NINA POWELL - Future Business Leaders of America 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 801 Red Jackets 78. 793 Office Aide 79, 803 NIKE 803 Homecoming Committee 795 National Honor Society 80. TERESA ELAINE PREE - Gymnastics 78.79, 803 Girls Track Team 783 Office Aide 79, 80. ,- , I 4 ta, Q I 1.1 . W ' K 1 3 ti 'A? h CASSAN DRA DENISE PITTS - Transfer from Sacramento, California 78: HERO Club Vice-President 803 CounseIor's Aide 805 Prom Committee 803 PTSA 805 Homecoming Roy- alty 80. DONNA POST I , DORTHLE NE PROPPS - Speech Club 80g Future Farmers of America 78, 79, 805 Future Homemakers of America 80g SAC 795 Future Business Leaders of America 794 Teacher's Aide 79, 80, Office Aide 80, Counselor's Aide 80. SHERRY PYLE - COE 80g Future Business Leaders of America 78, 79, 80g PTSA 78, 79, 80. 225 BOBBY RAGON - VICA 79, 80g Teacher's Aide 79. REUBEN RATTLER- Football 78, 79, 805 Young Democrats 803 Powder Puff 794 Speech Club 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 80. CATHY BEASLEY, RE DFERN - Gymnastics 793 Teachers Aide 799 COE 803 Future Business Leaders of America 80. RICKY REED - Football 78, 79, 803 Welding 79, 80. JANANN QUINN - Art Club 78, 79, 801 Players 803 Home- coming Committee 78g Teacher's Aide 79. JACQULINE RAGLAND - Girls Track 78, 79, 803 Office Aide 793 OHE Vice-President 793 HERO Club 80. A llc Eel GWEN RAY CAROLYN RAYFIELD VAN WAYNE REED -Junior Varsity Basketball 783 Varsity Basketball 79. 803 Counselor's Aide 80. LONNIE RENFRO - AFJROTC Drill Team 78Q AFJROTC 783 Speech Club 803 Calculus Club 803 Chess Club 78, 793 Math Contest 78, 793 Gifted and Talented Program 793 En- vironmental Study Area 80. SHIRLEY ANN RICHARD - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Madrigals 803 All-Region Choir 803 Speech Club 80. ZANE RAY Rl DLING- Varsity Cheerleader 803 Red Jackets 793 Speech Club 803 Future Teachers of America 801 Young Democrats Secretary 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Powder Puff Cheerleader 793 Miss Ugly Pageant 792 Key Club 782 French Club 78, 79, 803 Players 80. it r WAYNE RENKIN CHARLOTTE J. REYNOLDS- Red Jackets 78, 793 Outstand- ing Red Jacket 79: Future Teachers of America 79. 803 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 80, Vice-President 803 Teachers Aide 79. 803 PORKER Ad-Collector 803 Young Democrats 801 Players 80: Powder Puff 793 Homecoming Committee 78, 79.801 National Honor Society 803 Senior Play 803 PTSA 78. 79. 80. Q'-rd 1, I Jn!! ' 735 ,L , ,, , . 1' A T to , l ' 1 I WEBB RIERA - DECA 78 79 80. v v LISA MARIE ROBERTS - Class Vice-President 783 French Club 78, 79, 803 Red Jackets 783 American Leadership Group to France 783 Student Council 78, 79, President 803 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 PTSA 78, 79, Executive Com- mittee 802 Spanish Club Social Chairman 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 79, 802 National Honor Society 79, 803 NIKE 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Speech Club 80. 227 LISA ROBINS- Red Jackets 785 French Club 783 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 801 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 803 Counselor's Aide 79: Players 80. PHILLIP RONE - HERO Club 78, 79, 801 Speech Club 80. In JUAN ITA ROSS - Library Club Secretary 79, 801 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 79. GAIL A. RU GGLES - Red Jackets 781 Homecoming Commit- tee 78, 79, 80: French Club 78, 793 Gifted and Talented Pro- gram 78, 79. 803 Future Teachers of America 795 Counselor's Aide 791 Powder Puff Football 79: Players 80. t ,s, fl' .hs l JULIA DEE ROBERTSON - Volleyball 78. 79, 80. LEE DELL ROBERTSON CAROL ROSE - Red Jackets 783 French Club 78, 79. 801 Homecoming Committee 78, 791 Teacher's Aide 78: Student Council 793 Future Teachers of America 79. 803 Gifted and Talented Program 79, 80, Powder Puff Football 791 Key Club Calendar Girl 80, Players 80. CHARLES ROSE - Art Club 80. ABBY RUSHING - Red Jackets 78, Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 793 Varsity Cheerleader 803 Student Council 783 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 NIKE 793 Powder Puff Football 79. JOAN MARIE SALISBURY- Spanish Club 78, 79,801 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Future Farmers of America 79, 80, Secretary 803 NIKE 803 Powder Puff 79: Gifted and Talented Program 80, PTSA 78, 79, 803 Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee 78, 793 Office Aide 793 Teacher's Aide 78, 79, 803 National Honor Society 80. JOHN LEWIS SCOGGINS - AFJROTC 78, 79, 803 Track 78, 79, 80. CAROLYN ELAINE SE DGASS - French Club 78Q Red Jac- kets 78, 793 NIKE 79, 803 National Honor Society 79, 803 Office Aide 79,801 Homecoming Committee 79, 803 PTSA 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Future Teachers of America 80. LEON K. SAN DERSON - Boys State Delegate 791 Presiden- tial Classroom 793 National Honor Society 803 Student Coun- cil 80, Parliamentarian 803 Science Fair Participant 78, 79, 80, Third Place 78, Honorable Mention 793 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 801 PTSA Committee on College Bound Stu- dent 803 Art Club 78, 79, 803 Environmental Study Area 803 Quiz Bowl 803 Calculus Club 80. MELANIE SAN GALLI - Art Club 78.80, Future Farmers of America 79, 802 Teacher's Aide 79, 803 Future Farmers of America Sweetheart 80. BRYAN SELLARS- Football 78, 79, 803 Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 79, 803 Speech Club 803 Tennis 78g Track 793 Madrigals 79, 803 Counselor's Aide 782 Powder Puff Cheer- leader 79. CATHY SEWELL - Future Business Leaders of America 793 Future Teachers of America 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 NIKE 803 Spanish Club 803 Red Jackets 78, 793 Homecoming Committee 793 Office Aide 79, 803 Powder Puff Player 793 National Honor Society 80. MATT SHOUP- HERO Club 803 National Honor Society 80. ALLEN SIMPSON - Transfer from Oklahoma. TRACY SIMS - VICA 79, 80g AFJROTC 78g Speech Club 80. GERALD SINYARD - AFJROTC and Drill Team 78, 793 ICT 80g Auto Mechanics 79. LAQUITA SEWELL - SAC 78g Speech Club 80. RENEE LOUISE SEWELL - Band 78, 79, 803 Band Royalty 78, 79, 80g Band Council 78, Secretary 805 SAC 78, 793 French Club 793 Future Business Leaders of America 809 Speech Club, President 80. DUMA SIMS - Football 78, 79, 809 Baseball 78, 79, 80g Future Teachers of America 80g Art Club 79, President 80g Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes 79, 80g Homecoming Escort 80g Powder Puff Maid 79. SANDRA D. SIMS - Red Jackets 78, 795 Speech Club 809 Future Business Leaders of America 803 Red Jackets Aide 80. KATHALEEN SINYARD - Future Business Leaders of America 79. 805 Varsity Volleyball 79. Outstanding Athlete 795 Future Teachers of America 805 Speech Club 805 NIKE Club 805 Powder Puff 79. WILLIAM ALLEN SINYARD - Football 785 Key Club 78, 79: ICT 79: VICA 79: Speech Club 80. ,af DIANN COWLEY SMITH - Cosmetology 79, 80, Reporter 795 VICA 79,805 Band 785 PTSA 78, 79, 80. JEFFERY LYLE SMITH - Local Science Fair Honorable Mention 785 DECA Club 795 Powder Puff Cheerleader 795 PTSA 78, 79, 805 Art Exhibit 785 Audio Visual 80. RHON DA LYNNE SKINNER - Future Business Leaders of America 79, 805 French Club 795 Young Democrats 805 Future Teachers of America 795 Powder Puff795 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 805 PTSA 78, 79, 805 Miss Ugly Escort 795 Art Club 79, 805 Teacher's Aide 805 Sadie Hawkins Dance Com- mittee 795 Science Fair 785 National Honor Society 80. BARBARA SMITH - Red Jackets 785 PTSA 78, 79, 805 SAC 79, 805 VICA 79, Reporter 805 Cosmetology Club 79, Vice- President 80. W.. In LOUIE EARL SMITH, III - French Club 78, 79, Social Chairman 805 Future Teachers of America 79, Treasurer 805 Tachers Aide 795 NIKE Beau 805 RAZORBACK Staff 805 PORKER Staff805 PORKER Ad-Collector 805 Young Dem- ocrats Reporter 805 Madrigals 805 All-Region Choir 805 Local Science Fair Participant Second Place 795 Regional Science Fair Participant 795 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 805 Marching Band 78, 79, 805 First All-Region Band 78, 79, 805 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 805 Southern State Honor Band 795 Four States Honor Band 795 Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Dublin, Ireland 795 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 805 Na- tional Honor Society 80. SHEILA VICTORIA SMITH - Library Club Secretary 785 Future Homemakers of America 795 Powder Puff 79. 231 rf' SHEILA D. STEVENSON - Choir 78. 79. DANA STEWART SHANNA STROUP- Art Club 78, 803 VICA 803 Four States Fair Art Contest Participant First Place 79, Four Honorable Mentions 80. BRIDGETTE REGINA STUCKEY- HERO Club 793 Office Aide 80. LEROY SOLOMAN MICHAEL STEVENS - Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Pep Band 803 All-Region Band 78, 79, 803 Solo and Ensemble 78, 79, 803 Band Representative 803 Band President 803 Student Council 803 Project Committee 803 PORKER Staff 803 RAZORBACK Staff803 PORKER Ad-Collector 803 Young Democrats Treasurer 803 Young Republicans 79, 803 Speech Club 803 Key Club 803 Future Teachers of America 803 Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 803 Powder Puff Game 78, 791 Homecoming Committee 78, 79, 803 Presidential Classroom 803 PTSA 78, 79, 80. DEBBIE STRACNER - Transfer 791 Future Business Leaders of America 79. 803 Gifted and Talented Program 80. JOHN STROU D - Football Team 78,792 Tennis Team 78. 79. 803 Key Club 78, 79: French Club 78, 79, President 803 Science Fair Participant 783 Boys State Delegate 793 National Honor Society 79, 803 Powder Puff Announcer 791 Speech Club 80: Presidential Classroom 803 Gifted and Talented Program 80. ll 5 MICHAEL SULLIVAN CHARLES K. SUTTON - Stage Band 78, 793 Band 78, 793 DECA Club 80. l l TERESA ANNETTE TAYLOR - Office Aide 79, 80, Future Farmers of America 803 Prom Committee 803 PTSA 78. 79, 80. MARY EDITH TENNISON - Student Council 781 Chess Club 78: Second Place Regional Geometry Contest 783 Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Four States Fair Awards: First Place Agriculture Award 78, First Place Animal Sciences Special Project 782 Arkansas High Science Fair Awards: First Place Botany 78Q Grand Prize Biological Science 78, 79, First Place Eanh and Space Sciences 793 Regional Science Fair Awards: First Place Botany 78, Air Force Award 78, Environmental Conservation Award 78, Army Award 78, 79, First Place Earth Science Award 793 State Science Fair Awards: Second Place Botany 78, Air Force Award 78, 79, Honorable Mention Earth and Space Sciences 79, NASA Award 79, Department of Energy Award 793 NIKE 793 Powder Puff Player 793 French Club 803 Speech Club 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 803 Players 80 SUZ-ANNE SWANGER - Future Farmers of America 79, Treasurer 803 Art Club 803 PTSA 78, 79, 803 Art Exhibit 78, 79. 80. JOHN G. TAYLOR - Transfer from Pine Bluff, Arkansas 793 Key Club 803 Marching Band 80, Environmental Study Area 80. BETTY THOMAS - AFJROTC 781 Future Homemakers of America 793 Future Business Leaders of America 803 Art Club 80g Library 80Q Library Aide 803 PTSA 78, 79, 80. EDITH J. TIBBIT - Teacher's Aide 79, 803 Counselor's Aide 803 Powder Puff 792 PTSA 80. 233 MICHAEL R. TURNEY- Tennis 78, PORKER Ad-Collector 803 French Club 78, 79, 805 Key Club 78, 79, Secretary 80, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 Future Teachers of America 793 Future Business Leaders of America 793 Home- coming Committee 78, 79, 80, Spanish Club 803 Players 803 Young Democrats 79, 80. MICHAEL TYOUS - Art Club 803 Speech Club 80. fox 5- ANTHONY WA DE PATRICIA A. WAGGONER - Gymnastics 78, 79, Future Teachers of America 79: Future Business Leaders of America 79, 803 COE 80, Speech Club Reporter 80. 234 KENNETH TUBB - Speech Club 80. CIN DY TURNER - Future Business Leaders of America 78, VICA Club 78, 79, 80. CYNTHIA ANN VAUGHN - Basketball 78, 793 Future Homemakers of America 80, Prom Committee 805 PTSA 80. RONALD VILLARREAL - National Honor Society 79, 80, Calculus Club 80, Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Great Decisions 79, AFJROTC 78, 79, 80, Finance Officer 803 SAC 78, 79, 803 Chess Club 80, Parliamentarian 80, French Club 78, 79, 80, Club Sixteen 79, 80, Environmental Study Area 80. FAIRY DELL WALKER - Teacher's Aide 79: OHE 79. JANICE WALKER - Red Jackets 78, 793 Speech Club 80. l BARNEY WARD - DECA 791 Baseball 79. RHON DA WARD - Teacher's Aide 78, 791 Gymnastics 78 HERO Club 79, 801 OHE I 79: OHE II 80. RENEE WALLACE - OHE Vice-President 793 Speech Club 801 DECA 803 National Honor Society 80. OPIE WALTER - Key Club 79, 802 DECA Reporter and Pho- tographer 803 Speech Club 80. WILLIAM ROBERT WARD - Track 781 Future Farmers of America 783 Football 78, 793 VICA Sergeant of Arms 793 VICA 80. CHARLOTTE WASHIN GTON - Student Council 782 Future Homemakers of America 792 Players 802 Powder Puff Foot- ball 793 Library Club 78. 235 PHILLIP E. WATSON - Powder Puff Cheerleader 79, DECA Club 80. ROBERT DEWAYNE WATSON - Future Farmers of America 78, 79, 80, VICA 79, 80. TONYA LANETTE WESTMORELAND - Teacher's Aide 79, 803 Future Homemakers of America 80. FE DERIA WHITE - Future Homemakers of America 78, 795 Office Aide 79, 803 SAC 79, Powder Puff 793 Teacher's Aide 78, 79, 80, SAC Treasurer 803 Prom Committee 80. 236 LAWANDA WASHINGTON BREN DA LEE WATSON - Future Homemakers of America 79. ROBERT LEE WATSON -ICT 79, 803 VICA 79, 80. SHRON DA MARCHELLE WATSON - Red Jackets 78, Fu- ture Homemakers of America 785 Speech Club 805 Players 805 Teacher's Aide 79, Homecoming Committee 803 Powder Puff Football 79. DARLENE WICKER - All-Region Band 783 COE 80Q Ma- jorette 78. 79Q Solo and Ensemble 783 Band 78, 79. CHARLES A. WILHITE- Future Farmers of America 78: Art Club 78, 791 French Club 783 Spanish Club 803 Young Demo- crats 80. KENNETH WILSON - Key Club 80: Track 783 Football 78, 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff Coach 79. ESSIE LEE WIMLEY - Track 78, 79, 803 Powder Puff 79, Players 803 Homecoming Maid 80. JAMES WILLAR D - Tennis 78, 79, 801 Marching Band 78, 79, 803 Stage Band 78, 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 80. KETIH WILLIAMS - Library Aide 783 Office Aide 793 Future Business Leaders of America 80. ls 1 LUCRETIA A. WITHERS - Gymnastics 793 Future Home- makers of America 803 Speech Club 803 Powder Puff 79. PETER MICHAEL WOLF - Junior Varsity Basketball 781 Varsity Basketball 79, 803 French Club 783 Key Club 783 Student Council 79, 803 Senior Class Vice-President 801 Golf 793 National Honor Society 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 79, 803 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Beau 803 Boys State Delegate 793 Powder Puff Homecoming Queen 79. 237 S HANE WOO DRU FF - Football 78, 79, 80: Track 78: Powder Puff Coach 79: Boys State 79: National Honor Society 79, 80: Key Club 78, 79: Homecoming Escort 80: Future Teachers of America 80: National Honor Society Beau 80: Second All- Conference Football 79. SCOTT B. WORMINGTON - Key Club 79: DECA Club 80: Speech Club 80: Powder Puff Cheerleader 79. CORINNA YEAVETTE YARBERRY - Red Jackets 78, 79: Future Business Leaders 7 ' of America 79: PTSA 79: DECA Club 80. RACHELLE RAYE CLEVELAND - Red Jackets 77-78, 78-79: 79-80: Red Jacket Cap- tain 79-80: French Club 77-78, 79-80: Secretary-Treasurer 79-80: Nike 79-80: FCA 79-80: FTA 79-80: Speech Club 79-80: Office Aide 78-79, 79-80: Powder Puff78-79: Home- coming Committee 78-79, 79-80: Sadie Haw- kins Committee 79-80: Senior Play 79-80. BRENDA DANNER - We're glad you are back. STACY WOLF - Future Business Leaders of America 79, 80: COE 79, 80: Miss Ugly Escort 79. DENNIS D. WOO DRUFF - French Club 79, 80: Marching Band 78. 79, 80: Solo and Ensemble 78. 79, 80: Southern State Honor Band 79: Ireland Extravaganza 79: Future Teachers of America 79, 80: Teacher's Aide 78: Young Democrats 80: Local Science Fair Winner 78, 79: Regional Science Fair Winner 78, 79: State Science Fair, Fourth Grand Prize 78: Math Contest Participant 78: Boys State Delegate 79: Na- tional Honor Society 79. 80: Gifted and Talented Program 78, 79, 803 Most Talented Miss Ugly Contestant 79: Environmen- tal Study Area 80. CLAIRE WREN - Transfer from Trinity Heights Academy. Shreveport, Louisiana: National Honor Society 80: Key Club Sweetheart 80: Homecoming Maid 80: Spanish Club 80: Gifted and Talented Program 80: Future Teachers of America 80: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 80: Varsity Gymnastics 80: Student Council Representative 80: Presidential Class- room 80: Environmental Study Area 80. MARCUS RAY YARBER - Auto Mechanics 79. The Main Event - Daily Happenings, Students, Teachers, Classes - Is Life At AHS. v'4f4, i Edie happily hurries to class! Mr. DeMoss and his AV specialists are on call in- stantly - whether it's video-taping. getting a movie projector or opaque projector, orjust rushing a fuse - ,, , . this efficient team makes classes more enjoyable. wk, 3 ll -.. Wilt: z Q si Coach White and his faculty spirit leaders. Mr. Washington and crew are getting ready for hungry faculty members and students. tKey Club project! Happy Faculty Members . . . Ve e ERR 549 Land of Onnortunitgv Will the owner of GRR 549 move your car immediately and then come to the office! Before school Porker sales crew Raymond Gill and Delcie Dickson. 6 ! wx Personal Adjustment classes plan a formal wedding and tion. bw' Y: Charlotte Reynolds and Gwen Odom sell ads the Porker. 9' nA,,,- Leisure time activity for English teacher White - driving an M113 armored carrier. Daily routines are interrupted by various activities . pl? ffm Speech Club and friends see Lisa Akin, Arkansas Voice of Democracy winner, off to Washington, D.C. FIRST or etoomwo State Trooper Public Information Officer Ray Davis pre the drug section of a study unit on Personal Growth and ient in Home Economics II class Happy Art teachers! We were the guests. Y 54 M V a I ' 'L O .X "H 'g . ., . sat wrff 57 5 Hill Can you spot the error? Marcy Fields hopes to find a parking place. Faculty Varsity Cheerleaders Did Not Win An Excellent At Cheerleading Campg They Did Win Spirit Stick For Performance At AHS. 1. M. Rowe, R. Hardy, B. Thompson. B. White, B. Mills. HdhldRell. d White teams battle it out. Whites win. Seniors, d y b th P wer Puffi N ,. P , .... J 5 ,, ffm fs at "N ..----if"h-'gk' if """'lls-Q.. Powder Puff Queen Peter Wolf escorted by Roberts. ak.. ..-fp... . fm .Mr inif l l K. Bell und C. Denson. l lt was Tina's duty to tell Miss Latimer that she had not been elected cheerleader. She wants a recount of votes. XV .. f r , a' j f " .T . ' illirl ' ' . Captains B. Mills and S. Sanders. ft r-- 1 v-' J. Beck and J. Bass want to be on the Varsity Powder Puff Majorettes Royalty and Escorts 740 fh 'IP ' rung 'x agp, J Y A 0 , Q J, O ' . F O Mb ' I V WF? n .- I X QT5 '24 43 i 3, xii! 'T K .xg 1 1 x' 5 my Q . fs 1 1 has qc ,f do bnx.Qr- 1 47? JV's practice daily to keep in top for Math students think in "numbers" , -as 5 s-. lg, - l pil Q . W lTl. 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' " W Xt X A T tix .5 X T T .1 like xfif I X i ll JJ N' Q Sherri Swinney Betty Swint Bridgett Talbert Laura Taylor Tim Taylor Debbie Steward Randy Stewart Shelley Stockton Jerry Stone Dawna Stotts Thad Stracner Andrea Stuckey Brenda Stuckey Alma Sullivan Teri Swanger v s ' 1 iff-x 1 K. li 4-D 4' K ' fxt , lie, -ar-'Vx if-Q' rl . K +I, James Thomas Anthony Thompson Clara 'Thompson Glenda Thompson Tony Thompson Mike Timmon Stacy Timmons Tony Timmons Horace Tolbert Lois Trawick Gail Treas Deborah Trice Kelvin Trotter Derwin Turner Robert Turner Reginald Tyous Theron Tyous Nedra Upton Cynthia Vanderslice Cindi Vaughn LA Sonia Walker Greg Wallace Paula Waller Claira Walters Donnie Walton Scott Ward Anthony Washington Dyan Washington Rosalyn Washington Sheila Washington X . 1 l Sheila Villa George Waddell Todd Waggncr Cathy Walker Cindy Walker Q1 ,. .."o i "ll" 'til K A Anita Williams Casey Williams Donald Williams Laura Williams Marshall Williams Andre Watson Linda Weaver Deann Weeks Logan Wesley Lisa Whatley Dena Wheat Park Whisenant Cindy Whistle Herky Willard Duncan Williams QW? 0""'5 'F' ,rw il fl '. Martha Williams Colette Williamson Tynah Wilson Bobby Wimley Andrew Wimley Bonnie Woodruff Paulette Woods Mark Woodside Kevin Wright Michiel Wright Anthony Kathy Evelyn Debra Randy Yarber Yarber Ycagcr Young Young Nathan Wright Tim Wright Carmen Wyatt Earl Wyrick Alvin Yarbrough Y 285 Becca Berry Rosie Casey Viola Coburn Velma Collins Carol Duke Stacy Letterman Tanya McBride Sheri Musgrove Kevin Nash Yolanda Taylor Cynthia Floyd Lucille Harris Luster Harris Lee Henderson Paul Hensley Lucky Sophomore Teachf-:rS!!?'? 4'7" . 4 . iw .a-F""' Awards . . . Awards . . Awards . . . Awards Liberty Bell Award DAR Essay Wilme Mike Stevens First place - State: First Place - Nat'l. Outstanding. Mr. James Ward Law Day U.S.A. - May lg Texarkana Bar Association Awardg Non-lawyer accomplishment in teaching and understanding law. 5 csv 'a-35,1 ag "2 9 All-Sports Award Winners Receiving awards during the Arkansas High All-Sports Awards presentations Monday night were from left to right, top photo: Peter Wolf, basketball leadership award, Anthony Berry, Abe Dempsey basketball award, Michael Hill, trackg Jay Andres, tennis, Duma Sims, baseball, and Prentiss Burt, golf. In the bottom photo, left to right Cynthia Cum-mings, volleyballg Toinette Boyd, track, Kelly Duke, Toni Tackett award for outstanding cheerleader Kim Crawford, gymnastics, and Lisa McClure, basketball. Not pictured, but receiving awards were Cyntl Vanderslice and Martha McClure, tennis. ARKANSAS HIGH and E.M. PIERCE CONST. C0., INC. Both winners Both building Texarkanais future GO Hoes, Go: Nautilus of Texarkana Total fitness concept for the entire family featuring: Nautilus Exercise Equipment Whirlpool Sauna Steam Showers 1423 College Drive Locker Facilities Texarkana, Texas Individualized Instruction 1214i 794-3183 'jf A A REsclE's HAIR CUTTERY -73 302 Arkansas Blvd. Texarkana, Arkansas 75502 Hll il I Mtnlndw . Huw-urn A4 ' A.C. 5011772-1978 -. .- . I. N -- if I -' I , .JQSFV 4, - rcu on or omon ' 3 'RL 1 7! nmon SUNDAY SCHOOL lt's worth a drive to the country Trinity Baptist Church 9:45 a.m. CHURCH TRAINING 6:00 p.m. Wallace Edgar, Pastor Flick Dodd, Minister of Music 81 Education Phone 773-2323 Preaching a Living Christ to a Dying World 290 WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE ...... 7:30 p.m. CHOIR PRACTICE ...... 8:30 p.m. MORNING WORS 10:50 a.m. EVENING WORS 7:00 p.m. COMPANY Over 100 Years of Community Dedication and Service 311 Main Phone 794-6135 Since 1916 . Jeans Etc. Ne' Congratulations Seniors! Jewelers 1201 Ark. Blvd. 114 WEST BROAD TEXARKANA, ARK.-TEX. 75501 Texarkana, Ark. PH. 12141 794-7681 Complete Line of Truck 8, Trailer Parts MARMON TRUCK 81 TRAILER OF TEXARKANA PHONE 5011772-3779 HWY. 71 SO. NIGHT PHONE RT. 1, BOX 566 AB GARY GREEN 214!832-1037 TEXARKANA, ARK. 75502 RUSSELL GREEN 5011773-5358 L f ffff' 7 sXaLxJ'Of,wJK OJ g,pW,!7fV, i fb-E VL? I lm 49 , Q59 Olfag fm , QW, 35? X Rf fffcfww - x U ny Q ggi HRW QWZMWQQW MQ, Q 5 262 ' e CBD A 3 A xv-r L ,f 6 55 My if X SJ Q1 ,gm 2' Mg' I . uh -y -.Kofi X 5 5 515 if A g- L 0 SZ Q, 2 M 2, , Li 5233 9 3 M S Q Fife 5 an wfwpxug ' 'X X ' ' A ' -1.-2' T73 gg Lgfgfffzfff Qypff H22 6,45 f inf K mlm wfplw seifgm Z! QOANQZYL' v7ZfW -.U EKMZS K MM7l2f,4L, ffgfgpfff Nag -1 4 f A V x - 7 1, Q35 A Xa ,V X MW Owfmk V7 W ffS + 2 F 2, -59 42 X Q7 S S QW JW i 3 'lfgLmmJ3m5nU" 5 f Y s H we T' uo7Q , j Ziggub ' YQ, 42 5903, 5"0C2"jWf .Q,5'L7"' WML EAST FUNERAL HOME '?"F!- x v .gf f ' 3 in rf 1 sir ' fx ,wfi-K A -' V Y f ' A S ' I, fi ' '- ,. ' ' 1 ' J x fx 4 g -N-7! J , - .Q?2g:rf ' LJ ,4 54" " , , f ' " . L, 1 I ' ' . M f 'rv X , .., 55 5 ' V , O w A' -Sf ,, 'h -,Y I 'ii Y Since 1898 120 vv. em 793-3141 f X "" "' Y X 7 A5 .- W v --Q I ,fa ,f " -, ' 1,1 . f ' .4 lf' ' f ,4 V-.4--,- ' - , ""' f " .,. ,..--- I -,-.-. I f ' 293 Compliments of Walsh-Lumpkin Drug Co. Congratulations Class of '80 T KEEP! on 'rteuoomoi " IH CDW MIL ,. ll A VA novti Il 4 .. a LUMBER CON YOUR - ECONOMY Lumber Company 270I E. 9th Street' -V - Texarkana, Arkansas . ....,., gm., g ,, ff cf-ef i X ENDURING SURFSTAR EVENINGBREEZE THE DIAMOND STORES 68 Oaklawn Village 49 K-Mart Plaza 204 East Broad SIMMONS HARDWARE 81 BUILDING SUPPLY 113 East Street Texarkana, Arkansas Ph. 774-9333 Hardware Paints Plumbing Supplies Gifts Sporting Goods Electrical Supplies Greenline Equipment Company Jomwsens P.O. Box 2390 - 1701 E. 9th Street Texarkana, Arkansas 75501 Phone 772-6904 uffilll' upparvljor mvn and boys" CCIIINSAND WIIIIAMS 0104 EAST BROAD!772-2765lOPEN 9:30 A.M. - 5330 P.M. 'CENTRAL MALL!832-4568!OPEN 10 A.M. - 9 P.M. NIKE 79-80 Congratulates the Graduates CBO!! BEAUTY SALON k.B. KM. o.vv. A.H. k.s. Hickory Street T.C. V.IVI. L.A. IVI.I'I. C.W. Texarkana, Arkansas 75502 gi? jfgu' gig: Mo. T.T. JB. BM, TM. PI'I0l16 772-9591 Me. L.T. no TM. E.o. oe. s.v. Jo. k,N. .1.A. Tues. through Sat. Eg' 'CIE' Eany 8' I-ate Appt' cfm.. i...W'. Jfof Jfsf MM. L.vv. s.H. os. s.ivi. nw. JH. os. 29 5 Max 24 does everything but smile' Max 24 IS the automatmc teller of the State Flrst Natlonal Bank of Texarkana There are 3 convenient locatmons where you can transact 8 lmportant bankmg servlces any tune any day 1 State Lme at Arkansas 8: Texas Blvds 2 State Lme Plaza Downtown 3 College H111 Vnllage Shoppmg Center State First National Bunk Member FD I C rf 'T . uw . .l fi. , ', ' -, Q . - . ' . 1 f V ' ' . i I ' In-:P-15. ' ' . ' I 1 I.. 4. -.1 -. . I' ljjvr. . .. s Km. V. Zi ,it '. If .1 -EQ xv 1. .43 .z 5 V ia ', , -1 - , .' Q. . fx . . -- V ' 'LL 1 r 1' 1 V. ' ,A ' 1 l 'sz . ki 'e. "v . :1 15, X A 555- -, 5: , .. .A L I I 5, 1' . -11..':--'. if-211, ..---sf'- - ' ' Q. -, yv-'Q1,a:ggi,z.' . . Q . U u ,n I I U C i U U f I . . i . . . O . . . . NHRA Auto Parts Westbrook Supply Inc. 420 E. 3rd 1307 Spruce Texarkana, Ark. Texarkana, Tex. 501-774-5147 214-793-1128 Law Offices ARNOLD, ARNOLD, LAVENDER 84 ROCHELLE, LTD. Jerry A. Rochelle Attorney at Law 507 HICKORY STREET P.O. BOX 1938 TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS 75501 AREA coDE 1501, 773-31 87 9 501 - 774-2729 121 EAST BROAD STREET TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS 75502 617 E. 6th Street Phone I501j 773-5506 SOUTHWEST TITLE COMPANY Title Company - Abstracts - Escrow Agent P.O. Box 2590 L. D. Estes, Jr. Texarkana, Ark. 75501 "Say lt With Flowers" Wowm 6? X FROM 7? .sz . " ouquef 0,0 Blcckmon Ferry Road ' PHONE 773-3216 John and Pecirlie Walter, Owners Shur-Sak Foods F' dl 1223 County Ave. Open 7-11 7 days A Gift of Beauty ls a Gift of Pride Ph. 794-9048 L Kay s Jewelers Randy Whitmore, Mgr. YOUR DEALER 325 E. Broad, Texarkana, Arkansas 772-2741 FRASER SALES AND SERVICE PLUMBING - HEATING - AIR T'a"WaVS, 'nc- CONDITIONING 401 Wood St. P 0 BOX 930 Texarkana, Ark. 3rd and Hazel Texarkana, Ark. 75501 Phone 774-5185 BUSTER L. FRASER OWNER HOME PHONE 772-3094 298 Tickets - Schedule Information Ph. 774-5163 Package Express Ph. 772-8741 Charter information Ph. 774-5163 Mlllways L TIIE BEST BUS GOING. -1 - mm -I. un. BETTER than GOOD 0 Central Mall West Entry CORN DOGS FRESH LEIVIONADE COLD DRINKS Congratulations Seniors May You Always Have The Best JOHN In All Walks Of Life V Ll' OFFICE MACHINES CI' SUPPLIES SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS - SUPPLIES 1402 Main Phone 793-2161 GO HOGS GO!! Congratulations Tanya Mobley From your parents Q . L s- evimigw E255 Pegg, P W ykl Congratulations Seniors Compliments of Stitch-n-Time Sewing Shop Rt. 2, Fouke, Ark. Hwy. 71 South Phone 653-2133 Betty Pilgreen Jo Ann Odom, Owners Go Hogs Go! Compliments of Glenwood Medical Center Drs. Short Townsend Brown Bailes 81 Jones ' A Professional Association Compliments of Tina iCarpenteri Pyle Carpenter Steel Company 207 Hwy. 71 South GO HOGS GO Wendell, Donna, Tanya, Mike Mobley . afmwvfvfhlq 1 OGl5'Q3fZfLQgW1jf5 QW Uvaioqanvwx' MMM!! 7 W' W is X Oiuiwww Wag 'E 3Xv'fXv?'51 9235 E?i2"'xg4,,,,,f,b,JY spa. gil, fp lt6Qa9Q4izLyo6f-Z' l oi L,,f1efM"' .Bb - V W WW 2. A B111 A s. wb? 3, 'lliiflf' 4 19 . r5 f553f40M cial U E 6 4 ' ' fmm ' C , 'L Ll ' 4 . P"lARTlN5 Q, . ' . ' . :YM-'ffvlmpl--X MF 973: M My 'fY34f'w,2? "i gl 56,62 Xxolel . rlsejfohvlx- ,QW ' ifmllzfa-ai1 Rafi gg? 9 - .., . 1 t in-fbrsgw T F 0, 6 mon I m6?,Z,3gQ QZZMASMQ 5455 3224.4 X wb Q6 . mgbamu S,3JJu6NTh.Q,Q4M-JMAY4-Q BOLLS DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. Mike, Liz, Gail and Sharon, all say GO HOGS GO! You're 9961 700 East Broad Street Texarkana, Arkansas 75502 'f t if f? 8 PM lliur .',-1 -,.. -in it ,-,,. .. W Compliments of e Hwy. 82 East ph. 772-0674 an 47 Oaklawn Center ph. 838-5241 ff 5 f Q A I 5 ,,,, . is ' ',:,1 2 1i 1 , '11i'iE t h ,, 'EE A fin V-Agsjil '::- 5" as as 4 '1-Aiiiiixrf "1: E ,Q Clothes S hack iirrr iri' A 'r--"11 LW 5 vm S 'egg ! d ,K Congratulations Seniors of E51 9805! You're the Greatest! Compliments of "The Stevens Family" Daines Insurance Agency 520 W. 12th Texarkana, Texas 793-6073 Congratulations Seniors Compliments of 4186 K-Mart 9941 K-mart Plaza North State Line Texarkana, Texas 75503 Satisfaction Guaranteed Sterling Store 46698 800 East Street College Hill Shopping Center Texarkana, Ark. gundam, '7ao, SHEET METAL 8: ROOFING CONTRACTORS Established 1932 P. O. Box 926 TEXARKANA, ARK. 75501 703 E. Broad St. Dial C5011 773-6502 Porter McClure PAINTS FLOOR COVEFZINGS DRAPEFIIES WALL COVERINGS 2121 STATE LINE AVENUE TEXAFZKANA, ARK.: TEX. 75501 P.O. BOX 257 TELEPHONE 794-5157 Mcgefiine' W PAINTS mac uncloia-lluz PETE MANKINS PONTIAC, INC. 7th and Spruce Texarkana, Texas 75501 Bus. Phone 793-5661 COB-WEB GIFTS Concrete patio items Bird baths, tables, fountains Hwy. 71 North phone 772-1540 Hazel Carpenter, Owner 303 0 CANOPIES 0 EXHAUST SYSTEMS 0 VENTILATION 0 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL CUSTOM SHEET METAL WORK ' I : 1-5,1 4 1 4 fl 41-EX'?LiZ'.5-32915 - 1 -' . - . 22521 If'1-h'E1Qf3:'E:,'l-- . .:1- f . 11- gjii 1:511,f:- ' 'I 1- ' ,jg- 1- ' 'e'-3"x-A... , 2'-: 2-- ':,:1'-'-f?tg.-'-ggzgvwzrf--. . 1-5,-. .. , - . -.-we -V -.-- -4 - ,- 1-.,-.:.:.,.:4,:, llllll ' SIEILIHIL X IICUIIIJIIK ' IDIAL 794-5751l Smnen SPECIALIZING IN COMMERCIAL 8. INDUSTRIAL DUCT WORK" ""0"lL Asiznnol, It TRI-STATE SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2525 MAPLE TEXARKANA Hs-R BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 305 Westlawn Dr. 522 Wood St. Phone 832-4826 Phone 772-5751 218 East St. Sears - Central Mall Phone 772-0126 Ashdown, Ark. 760 Wood St. 304 Phone 898-5907 I PHONE 772-5026 P.O. BOX 952 ARTEX ELECTRIC JERRY L. PEAVY TEXARKANA, U.S.A Swanger's Glenwood Pharmacy 1400 College Dr. 792-8296 A full service pharmacy owned and operated by Congratulations Class of 1980 Best Wishes Always Compliments of Future Teachers Darwood 81 Chelious of America Swanger Compliments . of A. D. Scmpper's Texarkana Meat Co. 1002 Wood Street Phone 794-5671 Insurance Agency 1203 Arkansas Blvd. ph. 774-3491 After hours dial 772-8101 772-0795 Park's Diamonds Jewelers CHEPIQH FOREVER 12 152, Q :riff " 'ffyf A .J 115 E. Broad Phone 773-4611 Student Charge Accounts Invited LOVEALL MUSIC CO. 3923 State Line Ave. 794-3735 Compare and you'll buy at OLIVET FOOD STORE 2402 Jeff6fSOl'1 Phot g ph y will treasure T0m's Jug House Weddings Commercials Portrait Copies Oil Coloring 127 Arkansas Blvd. Deluxe Studio 8l Phone 772-2491 Color I-ab Bill Stone - Owner 2906 County Ave. 772 5381 "We Appreciate Your Business" Commercial Tire Services, Inc. 1407 Texas Blvd. ii? Texarkana, Texas Phone 794-2103 Jerry D. Smith Res. Phone 774-6923 gamfs Andy Prince MOTOR COMPANY 1123 State Line Texarkana, Tex THE ONLY TWO-STORY CAR LOT IN TOWN ilttl THE BEST PIZZA IN TOWN QHONESTJ 3302 N. State Line Texarkana Congratulations Seniors of 1980 Compliments of Wendall Dellinger and North American Car Corporation -Q FABHIONED 4201 State Line 1611 New Boston Road exerm Sf o ig, :G Texarkana's W9 fi Finest Family H Steak House 'W' noi Western Sizzlin Steak House 5101 State Line 793-8911 K-BOB'S STEAK HOUSE 4900 TEXAS BLVD. TEXARKANA, TEX. 75503 BUS. 792-0128 Congratulations Seniors of t'198O" oulLLiNs T.v. Compliments SERVICE of Congratulates the Seniors of A.H.S. 316 East 4th Ph. 772-0611 Texarkana, Arkansas LET'S GO HOGS!! Chris's Do-Nuts The Best in Town Yum, Yum! College Hill Shopping Center 810 East St. Texarkana, Ark. Ph. 772-2821 309 congratulations, graduates for a wise move in the game of life Gi THE CELQVFLEB TIRE COMPANY CUOPEI' AN' 'ruuas f 1586-160 PTO hp l f .- ,, Tl 4' lj , iii A , - 1486-145 PTO hp at with Al'-J." ' l A . 1086-130 PTO hp lnternationali Series 86 Tractors . . . offering power and comfort far beyond anything you've ever experienced This is the year to go International. Because new Series 86 tractors offer operating sophistication that exceeds that of any tractors ever built. Plus maintenance and service ease not previously achieved in farm tractors. Add in many other design advancements that sweep away precon- ceived ideas about tractors, and you're left with only one decision: What size International to settle on! NEW! Mid-mount Control Center. Puts you far forward, so your ride is better, handling is easier, visibility is unexcelled. NEW! Clear-view Design. You lookoutthrough large expanses of tinted safety glass. Lighting patterns, front and rear, are unequaled. NEW! Control System. Armchair consoles... extra-convenient throttle . . . power-assisted brakes and clutch . . . modular instrument cluster. ,,-It 0 NEW! World of Quiet. Interior sound levels are ' ' -lf.. reduced dramaticaIly...as low as 80 dBlAl on RIA ,IGH U some models' 'All horsepower figures are mfrs. est. 986-105 PTO hp 886-85 PTO .hp Hydro 186-104 PTO hp a ll llrs : fig I v if l Hui li , ii , Q El En ' at ,i t A EEE' - -iv! ree. f at fl Q., Q . f' , gil! if jg.: ' If "'-..f9"f , '. l ' : ,,. A si -'Q A MQ., .Ig ...fy a - ll .-. ' lil A M INTERNATIONALE - AGRICULTURAL EW""V'ENT Q sous AND senvlceo BY Ad No. 1412 HIGHWAY 11 NURTH TEXARKANA ARKANSAS 75501 RUBERSUN FARM EQUIPMENT INC Congratulations Seniors Youire the greatest ever Compliments of Patterson's Studio and Camera Shop 222 West Third Street Texarkana, U.S.A. 75501 College Hill Drug "Your complete drug store" Walgreen Agency Gifts, Toys, Rx's Sundries, Greeting Cards for Delivery Service Phone: 772-6969 Corner of East and Dudley Congratulations to the graduating class of "1980" The Fabric Shop Compliments Of . . Fabric 81 Notions Bernina Sewing Machines TeX3I'kal13 Sales 81 Services Public . E. 35th at Jefferson I-'brary Texarkana, Ark. 75501 Phone 501-772-9961 Compliments of Compliments of Academy of Art Club Dance C t I t. ongra u a ions Arts to the class of "1980" ,Maw TEXARKANA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY TEXAR A FUNERAL HUME HILLCREST MEMORIAL PARK 3515 Texas Boulevard -- Y I-.ilIl..IliNl' A- -.,4f' v I b fv. W - ij' ff V ' ,.l. ' ' QQ- P15551 4, 'J' li , vi .r X- ,Y i , ,:giQ'j!f'tg3-Sggi .g3"1:..5u2'1F--' 2 i 4, 4, 1 Y H 'T' A , ',ff3'92'igi-'flfifliieee-ef' ' , ,,,, A, Q V'C"e'?S Grocery Congratulations to SC 0 19?-NNW' 417' Mailket the class of 55198051 Q Q7 ' J ag ,lf N 'MEZZ 1906 E, 9th f U WJ 772 1383 M. Southtown Liquors Congratulates Seniors 1980 Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 from Pizza Inn and our employees May you always walk in sunshine 314 and forever wear a smile. Texarkana College 2500 North Robinson Texarkana, Texas 838-4541 Compliments of Hamilton Motor Co. Wholesale and Retail Rick Hamilton Phone 792-2431 7th 81 Oak Street Texarkana, Texas 75501 SW? Pm on t m 6005 g C Chevrosgt 4545 North State Lune Shade Tree Auto Parts ,IIA .wi-M 1 s if lwijfg cv ga' g al l KJ Texarkana Auto Body Congratulates the Journalism Staff Compliments of Gaither Appliances Go Hogs Go!!! Congratulations to the A.H.S. Seniors Compliments of Crosnoe Sporting Goods and Athletic Supply Co. 2324 Texas Blvd. 793-2321 Suppliers for Schools, Churches, 81 Teams 5: ff' fix l 1 M if Zgegxigqimzs iff - .. ,.gJQ"1,f',LfIjfc"..1 .iffy 17 .,.l1",'1fl .,ulflf',6f.1 lx --1 folk. I A'7'x fi'3 T71 fini 7:7114 V ., . 11,3 Coke adds life - V .4- -A Yfffxag Gill' WQZKJ WH Aftflc, 17544. L, Texarkana Coca-Cola Bottling Company to the class of 19 Money things happen when you save at First Federal. ' , ' -- 'item' "SQ, pu xx t fin! Iede l SPNINGS 84 LOAN ASSOCIIXTION CROW FARMS Poultry Cattle Hay Rt. 1, Box 477 Owners Texarkana, Arkansas Joe and Bruce Crow 772-6553 v -'vxgffxv SHORTS X M5Ej SUPER HANDY - 4010 stare Line Av . GHS - Beef - GYOCGHGS Texarkana ANDY'S wants to be your favorite family restaurant Open 6 am Daily for your convenience Barbecue Phone 773-6485 Hwy. 71 South Texarkana, Ark. It Q" 'AIP' I7 'JM' mo Em-ufocfumg' ' and Custom- 'iowoil " Affiliated Food Stores, Inc. Townsend's Food, Inc. 1711 East 9 St. Texarkana, Ark. HJX490 - TI-lROANDSTATEl.lwEAVEM.E - DOWNTOWNTEXARKANA TEXAIBKANA. AIXAPSAS 75501 - 501-772-7D2 GO HOGS GO! 302 Stateline Ave. ph. 772-7102 Ladies Fashions 15011 773-7021 BILL JOHNSON, OF BILL JOHNSON'S HAIR FASHIONS TEXAS 2608 TEXAS BLVD. TEXAFIKANA. SPECIALIST IN HAND DRYING STYLES Sizes 8-22 Janie's Salon YOUNG DEIVIOCRATS Tino Democratic IIDCUIB wank B011 Io In invoivacf. Be at vegponggibio voice in Poiitiog young Inaxnocrcrlji N you can meme we 'DIFFERENCE W 'x 3. 'Q . " f . ff? 6 f 9 N U .. Aff' ' if J Xik N A 531156 I 'f' Q TV VM ff f I X . ,f iii! ' I xv! 1. ,ff 'X 1' ' - ' ' .si , . AW ,im , ' . I ! 1 , - '-md-- e i' 71' :Q 'N' fig lgx : '1 V -1. 1-' I pp b' ,Vasu www: Q P 1, li N V 1 ,pf ' 'Q an :W m, f4 'f .' ro ,Zn j Q.. I '-IQ :X x fi . . - X 2, X 'lzlf fr. . ' ap ' K.. if F 1 QIY X " :C i' 1224 'X'-L 7 X- ,A XQI " iv KL. ,f' . . ,E ' ' 'gli Qin 'Nui-. ,. . f- N ...jgfsy linux gf K '1 w n' 1' ' .N f , 7 - ' h . .,. , .r NHRA ff 5, QW' ffzf L ' E ff 'ff :W K xbjg. Q- 7, ' ,lg - g Q If -1 51 "E" , I l' I' ff, "' E 6 V , -' ,yd t, X 2 N, Q , N XD .V A -Q ' " lx-A X- N ' X . E- Qx ' ,nw '?xQ'F?' . , X B ' "f E Ms 1 W 1 tffl1f" ' ' -5 A I C V., 33, I . I ,V A Q xx :Gel ' Q . .. V 7 ,' -:gf 7 ff -I N ! x4 ,A TL 'fig gig, 02187 KE' 1' x 1 51 - fN. f,X Afm y Xp ---f ., . my 1 L, 1' " 5 Vclmgji-7 X ,V il 1 A W 1, Tb' x I ,', A ki 1 . I - 1 - .N gp V , 1 x Mp I If 7' 1 3 AQW - . ' . O 1 I Q k XQQ3 ' N- - . 5lg.: -.gifs -' 5' 1' fi , - A 'Q ,g QL X 1 x 'in X- AX + ' ' , -J nj , - ' - 0124 V F A X 1, th. ' ' , -L' A F ' 1, sg' ., ' , 1 Q E .1 f 'Ml fs I fi ' f N 11. f 1 ' ' ' 2 C. ,Ng . 5 km. n . --xxg!-9!X,'.'f r '-,' 'Q 'W . gg pg' x, 1- ,L'LcLl Kd! 320 h KQV LLRZFI-ul, L -yfah . hvhlt 1 ' 1' . A fx y 7 Borden, Inc. 7 3123 stare Line 5, Texarkana, Texas 75501 30636, 1214i 793-4676 V, Borden. I The Milk Supplied i tothe P United States ' ,Q Olympic 5329 Team. Bonnet ,swf QW ' Hi en, lt,S gg to be good. if "Go Hogs, Go" Razorback Ready Mix Jim Clements, Owner Phone 773-4731 Washington and Oats Streets Economy Beauty Supply 310 Main Texarkana, Texas Phone 792-8771 HOOD'S FLomsT 331 W if ' 47 i-iwv. 67 N. TEXARKANA 'Q L' X . ,Q " Dial 772-5667 1 ac ' , X we ' ff 7 X " M! Southwest Printers and Publishers 308 East Broad St. Texarkana, Ark.-Texas 773-2196 Jami Corbett's St3nh0P?,S Beasley Music World Art Supplies 40th 81 Summerhill Road Crafts, needlework, framing Summerhill Square 1302 State Line Avenue Texarkana, Texas Phone 792-2761 Congratulations Seniors May you always have the best Compliments of GENERAL ELECTRIC THOMAS APPLIANCE CO., INC. 905 East St. GE Authorized - Dealer Sales - Service - Parts Lynn Thomas - Owner Prompt Efficient Service Sales 81 Service Room Air Conditioning Ranges - Refrigerators Dishwashers - Disposals Washers 81 Dryers Televisions Dial 772-9980 Texarkana OLLQS offuggaga YOUR GALLERY OF FINE GIFTS 212 East Broad Street 0 774-9931 WI 47 central Mau o 838-9933 Open Monday thru Saturday GIFTSXLUGGAGEXTRAVEL ACCESSORIES GO HOGS GO!! Bill Baker Glass Rexall Pharmacy Motor Company Registered Pharmacists Congratulates the - porker Free Delivery SEN Open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. . 5th 81 Walnut St. Mrs. Bjork 1024 texas envd. phone 774-5105 Ph. 792-1341 MetalwindowScreens-Flepairtoscreensastormdoor Compliments of LATO PRODUCTS COMPANY 909 New BOSTON aoAo TEXAHKANA, TEXAS 75501 S a S E. C. CRAWFORD BUS. 12141792-1321 S u p p I y owlvsn nes. l501l 773-6925 323 COmP'imenfS Of T3 A G SHARP Music co. Young Fashions "Your Franchise 81 Baldwin Dealer X Everything Musical Ashdown, Ark- j 1415 State Line Phone 793-2411 Congratulations Seniors You're the Greatest Ever . PINKERTON Pittsburgh . PHARMACY Paint Youre Professionals in Health Protection H5J1Q'lf11f'.fffffSg Phone 15011 774-6381 3210 STATE LINE Texarkana, Texas 1916 State Line Avenue Texarkana, U.S.A. 75502 Ph. 772-8289 TEXAS AVE. TV CENTER . 54442 Vrva's Flowers fr ' ' 2401 Texas Blvd. , " Emles Texarkana, Texas by 422-24 State Line 1' -1 Phone 794-3788 phone 774.4147 Compliments of IVlassey's Shoes 323 E. Broad 774-9141 A GO HOGS GO PHIFFE RS LADIES APPAREL Ladies Sizes 8-20 Junior Sizes 3-15 2924 County Ave. 772-8471 1 lr., Congratulations to the class of "1980" Compliments of Buhrman-Pharr Hardware Co. Household Accessories, Toys Farm Equipment and many more Retail Store 620 E. 3rd Phone: 774-5882 GO HOGS GO Congratulations Seniors Compliments of S GFEIQHUHVLITDEKRR H.E. WRIGHT A Rsvumlon ton INTEERITY s rl-ER s Lf.JQS5lflfINc. S,.UC, DN aaa-asoz 3123 w. 71h TEXARKANA GO HOGS GO!!! Jimmy Washington Roy Washington I - nes. 712-3584 Res. aaa-sas? G flffl I1 S IDEAL PLUMBING SUPPLY Carrier Air Conditioning Furniture Appliances TV Bus. 774 5183 P.O. 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