Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1970
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ln motion, the gyroscope is an instrument
sensitive to change in direction, in constant
search of new positions, yet always maintain-
ing a true reference to a fixed goal.
The space craft which takes man to the
moon has within it the gyroscope to keep it on
course - to correct its directional errors and
maintain its heading toward its objective.
Iust as a complex space capsule is hurtled
through the universe, so man is propelled
through this period of the most rapid change in
his history. As the Apollo 11 had the gyroscope
to keep it on its path toward the historic moon
landing, so man must find his personal "gyro-
scope," a sense of his own identity. Moving
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Progress is seldom sentimental about its past.
Today's greatest accomplishments are tempo-
rary at best. This turbulent life of frenzied traf-
fic, soaring construction, and multimillion dol-
lar aircraft, is marked by momentary crea
tions, obsolete upon completion.
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puterized civilization, we sometimes lose our
identity and become, instead, lost in the
There .are a few, though, who choose to re-
main detached. Objecting to regimentation,
weary of the impersonal crowd, they stand
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Self-esteem is the essence of an
individual. By discovering who
he is, realizing and developing
his own potential, recognizing
his worth - neither exaggerating
his failures nor minimizing his
virtues - man sets his course
toward a meaningful life.
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sembly line, identical in every
detailg their differences must
build bridges with good relation-
shipsg Contributions from con-
trasting sources create a common
hope for a better world.
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Scientific principles of balance
apply with equal success to the
teaching methods and life style
of Mr. Flavin Arseneau, 1970 Yel-
low locket dedicatee.
Sponsor of the Science Re-
search Group, he encourages ac-
tive student interest in all scien-
tific areas. With exceptional tal-
ents and sincere dedication, he
has brought honor to the Hill
through the achievements of his
From his classes have come re-
cipients of numerous awards
from the Texas Academy of
Science, national winners in the
Westinghouse Science Talent
Search, yearly Regional Science
Fair winners, and a first place
winner in the Medical Division of
the National Science Fair in Bal-
Adept at combining humor
with unforgettable lessons, Mr.
Arseneau relates unique hunting
and fishing adventures. His an-
nual Ubooze lecturefl informa-
tive and practical, is a welcome
diversion from daily notes or the
grim dissection of an earthworm.
A part of Heights for the past
eighteen years, "Mr. A" makes
imaginative use of the unusual to
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STUDE T LIFE
i Enthusiasm, a necessary characteristic of in-
Nolved people, is the catalyst that spurs activi-
ty. The complete man does not waste time on
insignificant pursuits, but directs his energies
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Principal John B. Sharp spcalcs during the final niveting ol' the S1-nior Class ol' 1969 at vomrnenvcmvnl uxercises held at Will Rogers Mmnorial Central:
All-Distric! second baseman Marvin Branuh displays his hitting ability during thc- State finals. Prince Pete Ccrvn prcpares io "sock it tow .l21H6l Rillrd 35 SHOW Wllllf
Senior Activities Close Memorable Year
Seniors Gary ,lolinson and Danni -Xbshire proutllx irispwt tht- N969 Ye'1I0u'jar'l.'fgLtl1e- morning be-fore Annual Dar.
With spring came an air of antici-
plation o coming activities on the
ill. Spring Fever Week, sponsored
by the Stu ent Council, began with
a speech by YoungLife,s regional di-
rtizctiord Scott gvlalili ey. The vyeelif iln-
cu e acar as ,t e"Batteo t e
Bands," l'The I-Iauntingi' - a feature
length rRovie,1and an exciting cli-
max - nnua Day.
The theme of the Annual Daly pro-
gram? "SnowH White and t e 1?
war si' or " ow to Fit a Cast o
Thousands into One Lousy Fairy
Tale," set the pace for an amusing
performance. he piresentations o
the 1969 Yellow loc et and its dedi-
catee, Miss Helen Hale, highlighted
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ulid fprltfhe gnioriis' llast gllays in high
sc oo. r. ay c e, ice Princi-
pal and Senior Adlviser, assisted in
tlge Igfeparatgon of the functions. In
t e ass o 1969, 637 seniors re-
ceived diplomas and honors at the
graduation ceremonies presided
over by. Principal Iohn Sharp. The
graduation exercises were conduct-
ed at Will Rogers Memorial Audito-
Winnin district, bi-district, re-
ional, and quarter final honors, the
ellow Iacket baseball team went
all the way to the semi-final
playoffs, taking third place awards
in all-state competition.
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1969 YJ dedicatee, displays qualities ofa great teacher.
Seniorsg Iuniors Welcome New Classes
Howdy Week, 1969, presented a new challenge.
The returning dlunior and Senior Classes were ., ,
faced with the ifficult job of familiarizing sopho- S
mores, and for the first time, freshmen, with the '
clubs and organizations on the Hill.
To assist the students in etting acquainted, t tt?
name ribbons were provider? during the week. :tai
Halls were decked with posters, each vying with
one another to interest prospective members to
join their clubs.
The organizations were given one last chance at
the newcomers in a special program. Landing at 3 .
Heights in their space ship, the SS Greencheese, f
two moonmen were escorted and introduced by
the ROTC to the various clubs, with each clu , ,af
trying to persuade the moonmen to 'oin. Student N l A Wk'
Council resident Pete Ceren officialll welcomed cg if
the new Iclasses, urging student suppolft of school
Completing the week, seniors Tyler Pierson and
Christy Mercer, 1969 Howdy King and Queen, e
crowned sophomores Eric Horn and Beckie Ray
and freshmen Mark Iulian and Patt Fur Howd
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Beckie Ray, Eric Horn, Patty Fury, and Mark Julian, reign over Howdy Week.
"Put your. little foot . . ." chants senior George Rojas to joe Don McDonald.
Moonmen, seniors Bill Fuller and Mark Hines, visit the Hill during the Howdy Program.
Tommy Roberts and Bill Fuller pass time during lunvh at the THSPA Convvnti
is a holduplv warns senior Doug Griffey to Kay Pmdllslomme, sophomore-.
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Sidney Cozby adds finishing touches to Dub Stocker before the AY. Beauty Competition
CLUB ACTIVITIES 4
Basketball games, beauty contests, and conven-
tions were he d throughout the year, providing a
change of pace for the student ody.
In ecember, Allied Youth formed a basketball
team challenging the KFIZ Courtjesters and KXOL
Bumbling Basketeers. Led by seniors Bob Cauthen,
Bill Lane, and lay Dee Iones, the A.Y. team never
trailed, roaring to a 60-47 victory over the Iesters
and a 56-48 win over the Basketeers. A.Y. beauties
competed in a beauty contest with boys vying for
the crown. Greg Fer uson emer ed victorious with
class winners inclucing senior Igub Stocker, junior
Pat O'Malley, sophomore Tom Mercer, and fresh-
man Buddy Sample.
NASA astronaut, Dr. Philli Chapman s oke to a
special school assembly in Oliztober. Dr. Clhapman
expressed his views on such subjects as having
women astronauts, as well as answering questions
from the floor.
On December 6, three bus loads of journalism
students attended the Texas Hi h School Press As-
sociation Convention held at TXi1U in Denton. Pub-
lications workers assembled for various sessions
concerning yearbook, school newspaper, literary
magazine, and photography. Bad weather hin-
dered the annual picnic, but after eating in the
buses, the staffers braved the drizzle for a game of
Iacket Spirit: A Tradition of the Hill
Rallying the spirit to a greater momentum than in
any plrevious gear, the decorations of the auditori-
um, alls, an fieldhouse, expressed the enthusi-
asm of the Heights' campus throughout the football
season. The imaginative signs and banners were
created by the decorations committee and the sen-
Cheerleaders and the newly formed "Spirit of
the Hill" club amplified the spontaneous reaction
of the student body durin the pep rallies and at the
games. After each game, acket supporters came to
congratulate or console t e team at the fieldhouse.
Parents, faculty, and most important, the student
body, exemplified the traditional spirit for which
Heights is known.
"Tarzan Tommy Roberts jives to a new soul chan! during the Waco pep rally.
Cheerleaders look out at the many decorations which blanketed the walls for the Homecoming game.
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Students sensed an atmosphere of frenzied ex-
citement as Homecoming approached. With the re-
turn of many exes, and with messages from those
unable to attend, impatient eagerness was draped
about Heights as the students prepared furiously
for the annual game and dance.
Mrs. Ceoggia Dickerson's Homeroom 15, usin
the theme o "Wring the Rebels," won the award
for best locker decorations. Other outstandinglex-
amplles of locker decorations were "Grant the eb-
gs l o,Lee-Way," and "Make the Rebels Whistle
Elected queen by the student body, Sharon
Chester reigned over her Homecoming court, Ioan
Uberman and Christy Mercer. Also present were
Ianet Kauffman - 1968 Homecoming queen, Ken
Gire - 1968-69 Student Body President, and Iody
Ambrose - former Mr. AHHS.
Heights' first district competition was a hard
fought and thrilling contest that saw the Iackets
narrowly defeated 7-0 by the Rebels. The game was
televise in color over station KDTV, Channel 39.
The Homecoming Dance at Round-up Inn capped a
very exciting evening for students and exes alike.
Student combo livens up the atmosphere in the Homecoming pep rally.
First District Action
Jacket Power whitewashes the Southwest Rebels in Homeroom 15's award winning locker decorations
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tretching out their famous long legs, members of the Arlington Heights basketball team listen as cheerleaders encourage active support of the Jackets.
oach John Dickerson smiles proudly after ajacket win. Displaying enthusiastic spirit, "Spirit of the Hill" members raise their hands in Heights tradition at the Paschal pep rally
Strong Spirit Rallies Iacket Efforts
Showing their skillful prowess
the preseason favored Yellowdjacket
roundballers raced into istrict
pla . The pep rallies fired the fight-
inglackets on to glory as the spirit of
the student body was bonde into a
common goal. Coach Iohn Dicker-
son, spea ing at the first pep rally,
stated that Southwest was standing
between the Iackets and district vic-
tory, and that they must be met with
a stalwart defense. He meant what
he said. Heights swept by South-
west and stomped archriva Paschal
to take the first half of district play
Elated, the loyaldlacket fans near y
brought the roof own each game as
they continually backed the team
wit all their enthusiasm. The
mighty chant, "We're number onef'
became the dominating sound at the
Public Schools Gym, as Arlington
Heights displayed its tproud tradi-
tion of' competition an spirit.
Crowned as Basketball Queen by
Captain Don Kelleyg Christy Mercer
represented the Iac ets in the Break-
fast Optimist Club Tournament
The decoration committee con-
tributed to the spirit by staying
hours after school covering the au-
Almost as red as her roses, Christy Mercer is presented a charm and the title of Basketball Queen by Captain Don Kelley.
ditorium with signs for each game.
Gyrations of the cheerleaders to the new chant "Fever" add a little soul to the atmosphere as the student body excitedly claps to the beat ofthe Jacket Band drummers.
Eddie Feld, Barbara Curnbcrland, and Debbie Farris, under the watchful eye of Mrs. Frances Caveness, tally the daily totals oi' money collevted in the liomcrooms lor tlic magazine sales.
Mid-Term Begins Graduation Countdown
Acute "senioritis," complicated by recurring
"spring fever" and "magazine mania,' drove the
Class of 1970 to desperation in its attempts to grad-
The annual magazine sales campai n was coor-
dinated bythe Senior Class officers: Xglalker Fried-
man, presidentg Bill Fuller, vice residentg Christy
Mercer, secretaryg and Mary Pifiillips, treasurer.
Profits from the venture financed the senior party,
picnic, and banquet as well as caps, gowns, and the
accalaureate and graduation services.
Walker Friedman outlines the plans for coming senior activities.
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Seniors attend a class meeting on the proper techniques and proceilurcs of magazine sales.
Qld West Lives gain During Ranch Da
In recognition of the Rodeo and
Fat Stock Show, Ranch Day re-
turned to the Hill after an absence of
two years. Variations in the dress
codes were allowed as long as the
changes pertained to Indian or west-
The Student Council s onsored
the showing of "The Man Xlillho Shot
Liberty Valencew to a large Crowd in
the school auditorium on Ranch Da
Eve. Bill Fuller and Sharon Loveaii
provided entertainment throughout
the show. im Laine and Mary Phil-
lips awar ed Ranch Foreman and
Queen, Mark Hines and Ioan Uber-
man, with traditional cowboy hats.
Student Council president Pete
Geren, presented Ioan with a long
A right what ok mv sp1toon'7 accuses Tyl r PIKPSOII Ranch Day saw many varied typos of dress, two ofthe most original being those of Steve Sallman and Karl Komatsu
Jim Lain I nt the customarw west rn h alw ar t For man Mark Hines and Queen Joan lfberman.
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"Sunshine" Bill Full:-r jiggles his Jews harp.
Heights Selects "Mostest" Personalities
Black lights illuminated the discotheque stage
settin of the annual Mostest Contest, sponsored
bygocgffet Iournol and Yellow locket staffs. Posters
an pop musical numbers provided a contempo-
rar atmosphere for the production.
Plreshman Ann Lindsay and senior Chuck Taylor
were named Most Beautiful and Most Handsome,
and Most Talented winners were Sharon Loveall
and Bil jackson. Finalist performances for the tal-
ent division included piano and guitar solos and
Iudging was done by Mrs. Gus Bates Ir., director,
Powers chool of Modelingg Miss Maggie Moor,
TCU ballet choreo rapherg Mr. Perry Stewart,
amusements writer Eur the Star Telegromg and Mr.
Irwin Swint, prominent local actor.
Dressed in casual attire, Mr. and Miss AHHS for
1969-70, Pete Ceren and Dawn Belew, emceed the
program on February 10.
Mr. and Miss AH HS, Pete Ceren and Dawn Belew, look over the program
Moste-sl ffolitvsiants Miki- Jordani. Shalccn Smith. .lnun lilwrman. unfl Chin-lx Taylor conlvr on thc' schedule of Ihr- final prvsentation.
iefore thv show, seniors Tommv Hobffrts and Jamie Sutton prepa.rP for Ihr-ir solos as senior The- Loner. Grvg llrfsvamps, sings a Spanish hilk song.
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Beyond the door of each classroom is a com-
bination of people and ideas with a personali-
ty and atmosphere all its own. Intangible, it
builds with the year's progress, and vanishes
with the last term. Friendships are established
among -both generations, with students and
teachers alike gaining from their experiences
Unique teaching methods at Heights brought
out the varying personalities of instructors and
stimulated greater interest in learning.
The occasional switching of student and
teacher roles for a day enabled pu ils to have the
ex erience of sharing extra lgnowledge of
su ject matter with a groug. This process, put to
use in several biology, nglish, and history
classes, glave students a chance to see the other
side of t e classroom.
By the way of colorful bulletin boards humor-
ous anecdotes, and guest speakers, students be-
came better acquainted with subjects studied.
Opinions on current affairs were expressed in a
news aper published by government classes,
and dhcumentary recordings brought to life fa-
mous voices and events. Demonstrations of spe-
cial equipment related studies to latest advance-
ments. ontrasting views were revealed in di-
rected group discussions.
Student teachers added a new dimension to
the curriculum, ex erimenting with newly-
acquired education t eories in their "adopte "
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Givin helpful acting instruction to Jac Robertson, Jodi MacMurray, and Judy Kennon, Mrs. Rose-
marv urton prepares for the production of Spoon River.
Mr. Dorris Harrison offers advice to Donna Teel, one of the growing number of
girls enrolled in mechanical drawing classes.
More than a wall separates the classes of Mrs. Evelyn McClunev and Miss Helen
Hale: though teaching methods are miles apart, both approaches are effective.
Miss Helen Hale's beginning Spanish students
Richard Lemon, Jackie McGraw, Debbie Tomey, and Kevin Hayes improve consonant pronunciation by speaking into candle flames
German instructor Mrs, Donna Meyer explains to visitors at Open House her mode of teaching.
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FORT WORTH BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mrs. Carey Snyder, Rev. John Leatherburv, Mr. Bill Elliot, Mr. Lloyd Turner, president, Mr. Jim
Harris, Mr. Green Trimble, and Mr. Bobby Bruner. J
Innovations Spark Student Partic' at' i
Created in an effort to provide aids and new summer programs for to t W V W
students with a more active voice in students and teachers. I gnllgllnftiniftfnigfnii?
schoollpolicy, the Fort Worth Unit- With the close of the last school
ed Hig School Council played an year, summer courses were institut-
important role during its first year in ed for students desiring further S existence. Representatives from fif- study in computer math, gymnas- , '
teen high schools met in October at tics, creative writing, and art. Partic- , mv A M" it
which time officers were elected for ipating in the classes during the
the 1969-70 school year. vacation months was an enrol ment eu' V
Throu h limited pilot programs of 10,838 pupils. In order to prepare is t
during t e year, Fort Worth public teachers or possible future admin- I' ,,
schoo administrators explored the istrative assignments, a revised in- 4 ,,,,,,i
Wacticality of several new ideas, ternship program was established. rrt
ith the addition of the freshman Included in the course were semi-
class, Heights converted into a four I1HI'St HdIT1iI1iSU'fifiV9 bI'i6fif1gS, Hlld 1
grade senior hggh school. Improve- Written projects.
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Principal john B. Sharp makes the morning announcements as part of his daily routine.
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Carrying out one of her many duties, Miss Montier Ve Tomlinson sends helper Mellaurie Hoppin
to check on a student dismissal.
Mr, Ray Dvche and Mr. Homer Ludiker. vice principals, discuss current school activi-
ties with ROTC instructor Sgt. Herman Bresciani.
Essential scholastic standards were utpheld by
the princiipal and three vice-principals o Heights,
each wor ing for hgh academic status.
Principal Iohn B. harp maintained school poli-
cies and met regularly with the faculty in addition
to preiparing the weekly school bulletin for the ben-
efit o the students and teachers. Mr. Ray Dgfche
s onsored the Senior Steering Committee, he ping
t e ucpcperclassmen plan their final year at Heights.
In a ition to duties as dean, Miss Montier Ve
Tomlinson managed computer-graded report
cards. As second vicegiprincipal, Mr. Homer Ludik-
er dealt with student ismissals and served as Stu-
dent Council advisor.
MR- JOHN B. SHARP
MR. YRAY DYCHE
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2nd Vive Principal
MISS MONTIER YE TOMIJNSON
2nd Vive Principal
Experimental Programs Prove Timesaving
Several new educational experiments proved to
be valuable timesaving conveniences on the Hill.
Photocopy machines were ylglaced in selected
school libraries throughout ort Worth. The
School Board, who made the purchases, also
agreed to i stall copiers in other high schools, if the
trial perio was successful. Librarian Mrs. Mary
Skipworth said that the new service was very pop-
ular with both students and faculty.
Group counseling was 'begun this year by Mr.
Dayton Carter. onferences with twenty to
twenty-five students offered a general orientation
and introduction to the new course schedules and
MISS JOAN OLIVER
MRS. MARY SKIPWORTH
MRS. JACKIE KING
MRS. ZOLENE CURLEE
MRS. HAZEL FARR
MES. NADINE GRIGSBY
MRS. VERA REED
MRS. CHRISTINE SHERMAN
Aww' Library Secretary
MRS. DOROTHY WATKINS
MRS. ARC-AREI' WILLIAMS
MR. DAYTON CARTER MRS. NAN-ISCA MRS, LEOTA NATION
Counselor DANIELS Counselor
B.S., M.E. Counselor B.A., M.A.
Tom Darden, junior, finds the library photocopy machine a convenient aid.
Freshmen receive help from counselor Mr. Dayton Carter during a group counseling session
l'ix1'l1atl1gn' tvaivlier Senor ,Iorgv Yillalvazo works with students on the t'oi'i'e'4't fPI'HllllIll'lLi-
tion and iriipiwm-rin-:it ot' their Spanish mm-nlniilari.
ln cooperation with an international exchan e
program for teachers, a new member joined tfile
aculty at Arlington Heights. Senor Iorge Villalva-
zo was the only foreign exchange teacher in the
Fort Worth public schools. Holding a master's de-
ree in Stpanish literature, he formerly taught at the
ormal uperior School in Monterrey, Mexico. At
Heights he instructed advanced Spanish language
classes and was a s onsor of the Spanish cljub.
For both Senor Villalvazo and the student body,
his Spanish classes proved to be an interesting ex-
perience. Although e hopes to teach here for an-
Other yearv he is anxious to return to MEXICO and wvllllt'SLlI'YPNlllUltllit'tllllIllIlt'I1fllllflllgl He-ivhts' Open House. an interested parent listens in
tell his friends about the United States.
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English teacher, Mrs. Beverly Ross. is caught
in the act of drinking her cofll-v.
MRS. K-XY BELL-UIY
MRS. Ll ci' BELT
mis. CHARLEENI-Y 1:Aiii.isi.i1
Dvhah- Club. Spirit ol' tht- llill
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Endeavoring to stimulate interest and encourage
active participation, English teachers included
new projects and ideas in the 1969-70 curriculum.
Under the gluidance of Mrs. Oleta Epps, the sen-
ior English onors class wrote a co lection of
haikus. The short poems, filled with expectations
of triumph, were then delivered to the football
team to spur them on to victory in the homecoming
8 Theatrical productions such as The Tamin og
the Shrew and Man of La Mancha served as ffel
trips for juniors and sophomores, while senior
classes staged their own versions of scenes from
Macbeth and the Canterbury Tales. TV news covf
erage startled Fort Worth residents with the sight
of armed knights of 17th century England 'ousting
in mortal combat on the Heights' football field.
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While lc-aching hm-r junior English class. Mrs. Marian Vaughan finds humor in a studcnl's remark.
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"This will teach him not to chew gum in class," remarks Mrs. Frances Caveness to senior Bill Horn as
she prepares to behead unsuspecting Sam VanVleck.
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Nils Dai iuine Yruirigf-I' joins uilh ,lill Hussey. Susan Brulmn. limi Gina Pvursmi in the 1-vle-lvmtimi of he-r msn hirtluiuy party gin-n ln hm-r St't'1lllti pi-rimi simor Il' Isl 1 s
Projects Utilize Student Creativit
Teachers found that many pupils
had difficulty seeing that geometry
is of any use outside the classroom.
To remedy this, instructors required
special projects showing practical
applications of the subjects. Stu-
dents were free to choose their ma-
terials and subject matter.
The exhibits included miniature
swing sets, posters on geometric the-
orems, reports on famous mathema-
ticians, curve-stitching, and string
constructions. Salt clay, su ar
cubes, and tooth picks were usedfor
three-dimensional effects in many
of the presentations.
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Geometry teacher Mr. Jerry Waid instructs students in the proper use of a theorem.
MH. DOX ATKERSOX MRS. NANCY BUIJDIIE MRS. DIXIE
Math Math LII NNIYGH -XX
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MRS. .ll'DI'l'H HAWKINS
MRS. f10RNlil.l.-X KIRKS
MKS. ICLVA A. LFRRET
H1-:ul of De-parlriu-ll!
MRS. IIUNINIC PRN IE
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MISS LINDA TI'I'l'l.E
MR. JERRY WAID
MRS. W.-NVD.-X WALKER
MR. ,IOE GAI.IGA MRS BARBARA
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Displaywl on lhc- door of a svic-rin' classroom, a posh-r ol' the- human body il-
lustralvs nvw x-ray lcvliniquvs.
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you know what haplpens to sliulvnls that I 1-atvh sitting at mx df.-sk?" ilin-slions Mr eor
1-rson ol' lyjxllllt' erdrwll,
Artistic Inno ation
Beginning biology students were amazed at
strantge new facts t ey encountered in the living
worl about them.
Mrs. Geor ia Dickerson gave colorful charts of
the human gody to her classes. These life-sized
reproductions, made by a new hoto-engineering
technique, using six composite -rays exposed de-
tails that did not norma ly aplpear.
In reparing and studying s ides, students were
introduced to the unfamiliar field of microscopic
organisms. They fed and maintained a menagerie
of turtles, rabbits, fish, and several deformed ani-
mals. Molds and fungi were also cultivated for ob-
servation in laboratory experiments.
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Physical activities rovided a needed contrast to
studies. A departure ljrom the standard P.E. proce-
dure was introduced by two new instructors, Miss
Lola Creaves and Miss Kay Kendrick.
Miss Kendrick s ecialized in team sports and
Miss Creaves excelled in teaching individual ac-
tivities, they exchanged classes at the beginning of
each nine-weeks period. Students received the
benefits of each teacher's special skills, as Well as
variety of instruction.
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fflrle Intramural Klub
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MRS. SUSAN BRADFORD
SGT. HERMAN BRECIANI
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General Science, Physical Education
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am liup in mind. ladies. that badminton l'I'iILlll'l'S by ue- and skill." hints Miss Lola "Exg'11st- nie. but did you Iiappvn to sr-vu gi'oiwoI'lvn'1ialge' bots in wliiln- slim! iunnm
eau Q mlcnicmslratn-s ii stroke' for lu-ginm-rs. way? inquircs Loavli lommy Nm-xsnimi of iUilI'Il Larry XY ond.
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Maylw il' we put our hunk lug:-ther wc-All VOITIO up with a lUlll'llIlllYS'H play." Suggs-Sis Coach Merlin Prinlilj' to Walker Frivdnian 1671 during a vlosc scoring football game.
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li vlzissf' implorvs Mr. Horace Morgan.
Vocational aids assisted Indus-
trial Arts teachers in class instruc-
tion. Boys in mechanics courses
were appreciative of a donation by
Mr. Flavin Arseneau, biology in-
structor. Mr. Arseneau's gift, a dis-
pla automobile engine, caused an
ent usiasm among the students
which prompted extra Jarojects.
Technical abi ities acquire in class
Power Mechanics Students
were used to completelcyg dismantle
and reassemble the GT engine.
Thermo-form and free-form
bubble processes were used to ac-
quaint students with recent indus-
trial production methods. With
these recent techniques, egg trays,
cowboy hats, and other projects
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Watching carefully for an imperfection, Frank Ansley inspects the plastic bubble taking form.
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MR. DORRIS HARRISON
MR. DON KINNEY
XIII. DENNIS Nh I'I,XIx
Spirit oi ilu- IIIII
Distributive Education, olpened new op ortuni-
ties to students at Heights. his specially duesigned
program allowed students to attend three required
classes at school and spend afternoons on the job.
As well as providing immediate financial benefits,
the course enabled students to become familiar
with the business world which they were soon to
A forty-five minute production was brou ht be-
fore interested students last December by Sie DE
class and their instructor, Mrs. Iac ueline Frazer.
Conducted by a panel of qualified DQE students, the
program illustrated various phases of DE. This
stimulated questions which the panelists an-
swered. Performed on a dimly lit sta e accented by
a spotlight, scenes from on the joi experiences
were highli hted.
Mr. Don gfaylor, coordinator for an expanding
Cooperative Educational program, spoke earlier in
the year about possibilities for vocational sche-
dulels in homemaking, industrial and medical
Home and Family Livingkteacher Miss Theresa Bans prepares to leave the campus for home
visits, designed to acquaint parents with the course.
I Isp .,
Directing a question and answer pgiod Dougjl-ludman, Dorothy Coker, and Karen Walker
inform an interested audience a ut Distri utive Education.
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A Ioint Effort
History classes encountered team teaching - an
innovation in classroom instruction. Under the
direction of Mrs. Leann Adams and Mrs. Gail Kil-
man, the class combined with group Work as the
main objective. Enabling several teachers to con-
tribute their ovvn ideas and views, the course
helped to make history more interesting and in-
formative forthe students involved. After a period
of nine weeks, it was found that students preferred
team teaching to the individual classroom lectures.
"Ability grouping" was later applied to the classes
according to the different leve s of understanding.
Chaperoned trips abroad were planned for this
summer b histor teachers, Mrs. lean Mitchell
and Mrs. ivian Miurphey. In connection with the
American Institute for Forei n Study, Mrs.
Mitchell will travel to Europe ancFMrs. Murphey to
mics. mi.1.m'1'11.1.MAN MR. crown-1 Miz. JAMES Your
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lfGa1l ind l get only one payvhccli, the tcamis breaking up." muses Mrs. Leann Adams.
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llislorx Geography World llistorx llistorx
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MRS. MARY MMKSII MRS, .IRAN MITCHELL MRS. YIVIVXN MRS. BIC'l'l'Y Qt IMBX
Aunt-rim-.in Hmm-i Am--rivnn Histnrx, MVRPIIICY fiUV'!'lllIlf'lll
BS, flow-riiiiu-lit I World llislorx. fXnwrn'.i1i UA.. NIA.
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Young tliim-nl Forum BS.. NIS.
Students question Pulitzer prize' winner, Dr. ,lohn A. Carroll. after an assembly
Electives Stimulate Student Interest
Beyond the regular classroom subjects, electives,
such as art, journalism, and music, contributed to
Height's cultural programs and prepared students
for creative futures.
Emphasis was placed on 'lblow-ups" in the art
department. The proportionally enlarged subject
matter helped stress the individuality of shapes
and forms. Gallery visits each nine weeks helped
acquaint the students with today's art.
Individuals received preparation and experience
for careers in journalism as locket journal contrib-
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utors. The course not onl provided an educational
atmostphere for writers, but also instilled the feel-
ing o being an important part of everyday oc-
currences on the Hi l.
The music department rovided programs for
the holiday seasons. In thegfhanksgiving Iprogram,
students were entertained by a new fol singin
group, The Minority. An original Christmas carog
entit ed "Christmastide" was composed b Mrs.
Kathleen Hanley and performed b the ldlleights
chorus under the direction of Mrs. iflary White.
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'Gil bark. Loretta!" warns Mr. George Carson during an orchestra practice
Expressions Reflect Reactions
Faces, especially those of teachers, often mirror
human emotions. A teacherls job involves commu-
nication of many ideas to young people of all types,
outside the classroom as well as in it.
With approximately thirty pairs of eyes focused
on him, a teacher becomes acutely aware of the i
power of his influence. He must project, act, joke, y
and sometimes exaggerate to maintain the interest
of a class. He must turn a "captive audience" into l
an interested, involved group of students.
A teacher often makes an understandin friend, i
one who is ap reciative of the vitality and poten-
tial of youth. i'f'he thrill of finding a sympathetic
ally in one's teacher comes with the trading of
thoughts, and what better reflector is there for the
sharing of questions, opinions, and laughter than
the versatile face?
Football coach Merlin Priddy displays utter boredom, inspired by mountainous paperwork.
Journalism teacher Mrs. Eugenia Thompson laughs in delight upon receiving a Homecoming mum from her fall Jacket Journal staff.
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Blossoming in sheer ecstasy, Mr. Arch Van Meter gives a live demonstration in Botany.
Ray Dyche raises a questioning eyebrow regarding a memo left on his desk.
Mr. Dorris Harrison greets visiting parents with warmth on Open House night. Using indisputable logic, Mrs. Elva Lerret explains the reasoning behind an equation
"Teamwork," used as a general term, often
obscures its chief ingredient - individual ef-
fort. Exhibiting loyalty to his school and peers,
the athlete drives himself to heights of physi-
cal and mental awareness..Through his in-
volvement in a chosen sport, the competitor
prepares himself for the greatest competition,
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The expressions of Coach Ray Morgan, kneeling, and Coach Joe Galiga
display jamtket emotions brought about by their defeat at Brownwood. .lunior Halfhack Marc Pace 1185 side steps to avoid being sandwiched by Trinity defenders.
The jacket line provides a gap and Bill Walter shoots through to score against Waco. Lonnie Gaston 1701 signals the outcome as Jerry Bevers f20j recovers after the play
Weather: Omen of Disappointing Season
Individual athletes tramped upon amuddy field
on August 26 and after two weeks of "two-a-days"
emerged as a team. The murky weather, however,
offered an unacknowledged forecast of the rough
Practicing twice daily, the team struggled
through an exhaustin Htwo-a-day" program
which be an with four Ea s of conditioning in T-
shirts ang shorts. A switch to full armament fol-
lowed as pads and helmets were issued to the
squad. The hit, hurt, and sting of football had
begun and onl those with true esire for the game
survived the dliminative process.
With the beginning of school came early morn-
ing skull sessions. Plays and techniques were intro-
duced and reviewed to mentally prepare the team
for future games.
The '69 Iackets rested upon a solid foundation of
nine returning lettermen. Seniors Ierry Bevers, Pete
Geren, Doug Griffey, Iohn Leseman, Breck Ray,
Dub Stocker, Chuck Taylor, and Bill Walter, along
with junior Iohn Pumphrey had proven themselves
gualified in varsity comfpetition. Co-captains
eren and Taylor exempli ied leadership within
Steering the mighty Iackets was a veteran coach-
ing staff led by head coach Merlin Priddiy. With the
ai of line coach Ra Moroan, backfiel coach Ro-
land Maclin, and endlcoach Ioe Galiga. the difficult
task of molding a team was underta en. Lightening
the coaches' burdens were the invaluable manag-
ers: Harry Lonv, Martin McDonald, Steve Sallman,
and glimmy Stucllenburger. These work horses took
on t e wearisome jobs of team maintenance.
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1969 VARSITY FOOTBALL
. . . 0 Grand Prairie
. . . 9 Waco .... . . .
. . 19 Brownwood .
. . 35 Castleberry. .
AHHS . . 14 Eastern Hills
AHHS. . . 0 Southwest. . .
AHHS. . 20 Trinity ..... .
AHHS . . 14 Paschal .... .
AHHS . . 27 Northside . . .
AHHS . . . 6 Western Hills
In Opening Bouts
On September 13, the favored Yellow Iackets
took on the Grand Prairie Gophers at Farrington
Field. Although picked as a 4A-10 powerhouse, the
Iackets were no match for the strong Gopher de-
fense which held Heights to 129 yards tota offense
compared to the Gopheris 423. A third quarter
drive, climaxed by a 57 yard Chuck Taylor pass to
Alan Sample, failed with an unsuccessful fake
field Igoal attempt as the Iackets were blanked 34-0.
Ar ington Heights dropped their second re-
district contest to Waco on September 19. Sub
Stocker Xoxpened acket scoring with a safety as he
tackled aco's ohn Davis earl in the first quar-
terg however, Waco rebounded, with two touch-
downs in the second period. The resulting deficit
was onl partially narrowed in the third guarter
with Bill Walter s one yard plungle an Alan
Sample's point after. The final whist e saw Waco
on top 14-9.
The Brownwood Lions unleashed devastating
offensive and defensive units against AHHS on
September 26 at Brownwood. Alt ough the Yellow
Iackets scored three times, they could not control
their opponent's outstanding aerial attack as the
Lions marched to a 47-19 victory.
The dark cloud of defeat finally lifted as the
Iackets broke into the winnin column after their
October 3 clash with Castleierry. Quarterback
Chuck Taylor and fullback Dou Griffey each
scrambled for two touchdowns. Breck Ray shot
around left end from the ten for the final TD.
Fumble recoveries b Lohn Leseman and Russell
Gibson set up two ofyt e five Iacket scores while
Alan Sample tacked on five consecutive extra-
points to conclude the scoring in a 35-6 AHHS vic-
Flyhe Highlanders of Eastern Hills managed to
squeak past the lackets at their October 10 meeting
at Farringlton Field. After playing a dismal first
half, the ellow Iackets tied t e score with a 64
Hard bomb from Chuck Taylor to halfback Breck
ay and a 67 yard dash by Marc Pace. However,
with onlly eleven seconds remaining in the game
the High anders broke the deadlock by kicking a 28
yard field goal. The Iackets made a valiant come-
ack effort as Breck Ra returned the kickoff to the
Eastern Hills' 44 yard fine. As time expired, Marc
Pace connected a halfback pass to Mike Pankey at
the 17 ending the 17-14 thriller.
The Iackets opened district pla and celebrated
homecoming with the October 17 ffattle against the
Rebels of Southwest. Both teams fought fiercel ,
but Southwest pushed 80 yards to score whille
Heights' main drive collapsed at the Southwest 25.
The lackets found themselves on the bottom of a
7-0 score. .
Arlington Heights converted three breaks into
scores to clip Trinity. Marc Pace transformed the
first break, a short rojan unt followed b a pen-
altyi into Heights' first TB. Both Bill Mifler and
Du Stocker recovered fumbles, setting up two
touchdowns by Chuck Taylor. With Alan Sample's
two extra points, the final score was a Iacket victo-
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Kicking acc. Alan Sample attcinpts an extra-point conversion as Chuck Tailor holds the ba
Bill lVlillcr 1441 niovcs in to prosidc assistance as Grcg Fl'l'iLllS0ll 155i and lflllll I-4'5"IU2U1 llll
Nl tl 'l St i t t 2713 AHHS '
mloublc-leant a . or isii c . ci-r ci rou c 0 a - . . victory.
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Bill Walter l83l out-'umps Trojan c-nd Harrv Rvdi 134-J to snatch an
Fading back to pass. senior quartvrbafk Chuck Taylor spots an open rcmhiver down field and prepares to connect. inn-rf-1-plion as the acliels moved on to difll-ul 'llrinily 20-7.
Head coach Marlin Priddy plans last minute strate-
Sy as coach Ray Morgan observes the action in a
eadlocked Eastf-rn ills game.
A well-aimml pass sails over thc fingertips of a Trojan dufonmlc-r and into tlw hands of senior halfbavk John lmsffman 1115
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charging Cougar in the Jacket secondary.
Frustrating Defeat Concludes Year
The Paschal Panthers slipped past
the jackets for the first time in our
years. Fullback Doug Griffey
crashed over from the two and the
one to score both of Heights' TDS.
Chuck Taylor, having had his first
conversion attempt intercepted, ran
the ball over for two points after the
second TD. With three minutes left
and the score tied, a wild finish de-
veloped. Paschal lost the ball twice
on interceptions but regained pos-
session both times on fumbles. The
key play was a Heights' fumble on
their own one yard line which the
Panthers converted to a touchdown
to defeat the-Jackets 20-14.
Arlin ton ei hts was ableto cor-
ral the iiorthsicfe Steers November
7, and to take home their first 4A-10
victory of the season. Chuck Ta lor,
who alternated quarterbaclkin
duties with Marc Pace, connected
with Pace for the first marking on
the scoreboard, a 6-0 advantage. Al-
though Northside rallied to attain a
temporary lead, a touchdown ass
to Ierry Bevers and a 79 yard kickoff
return by Marc Pace, combined with
Craig Cameron's kicking, brought
victory to the Iackets with a final
score of 27-13.
The Iackets were upended No-
vember 15 W the City Cham ion
Cougars of estern Hi ls. The Cou-
gars stingly defense allowed Hei hts
only one D, and twice snatchedgthe
bal away from the Iacket runners
within the threedyard line. When the
Gun sounded en ing the last game of
fjhe season for the Iackets, the score-
board read 20-6.
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Shuttingfut four opposiiag teams,
the Iunior arsity conc ude its nine
gzame season with a 5-3-1 record.
oached by Steve Chevreaux and
Bob Hale, t e B-Team gained valua-
ble experience in preparation for
varsity competition. After outstand-
ing backs Rusty Cutchin, Rick
Ewing, Tom Mercer, and Barry Phil-
lips were raised to the senior squad,
remaining standouts Dave Bucka-
lew, Steve Cernuto, and Randiy
Hyndman led the backfield. Provi -
ing a solid offensive wall were line-
men Mike Morris, Dave Ratliff, Bob
Staples, and Plohn Wayland. Line-
bac ers Tom ulkerson and Pat Wy-
asek along with linemen Mark
Eluck and Iim Hopper were the key
defensive assets of the team.
IUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
AHHS . . 6 Polytechnic .... 0
AHHS . 20 Wyatt ........ 0
AHHS . 20 Technical ..... 6
AHHS . . 0 Castleberry .... 6
AHHS . . 0 Southwest .... 41
AHHS . . 0 Trinity ........ 0
AHHS . 12 Paschal ...... 14
AHHS . . 8 Northside ..... 0
AHHS . . 7 Western Hills. . 0
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Riinrlv llynilnmn. llzirry Phillips. Stn-xv 114-riiiilu. Slfflfall ICUW: llrill lluggins. Dnxiil Rfll'Illll'Z, Nlarslial Bultllrn 1. lllzirlx 111114-lg. FIFTII ROW: .llIlIIllX Nluttlu-ws. llnlwrl llulnli
XX.-lib. llqunli Nlulri. Rif-k Fixing. Rudy llulwliin. Miki' Bffrrx, Slim- l-lmllws. .lfmhn Way- llrliliv l,f'.lL'Ht'lx.CI'L1lUSl1'Xl'llf., iv ini V "
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For the first time in the history of the school
there was a freshman team on the Hill. The team,
coached by Tom Newman and Larr Wood, osted
a perfect season record of 9-0 and hecame istrict
champions. They met I. M. Terrell in the city
plalyfo fs and were defeated by a score of 12-7.
ith different captains for each game, the team
was quarterbacked yqBohhy Spencer. Other lead-
ingbbacks were Mar ulian, ack Mercer, and
Bo by Smith. Outstan ing linemen included lim
Harvey? jeff Pumpherey, om Rieber, Ed Stuber,
and Io n Garland, while the standouts on defense
were Steve Soule, Bill Hines, and Rob Wall.
The chief barrier facinlg the ninth grade squad
was their inexperience. T e boys' high spirit, team
pride, and wi lingness to learn, however, were
enough to carry them through an unmarred season.
Managers Larry Fuller, Ieff Heald, and Will
Mason ept the e uipment and field house in
smooth working or er.
As Mark Julian 1255 and Eddie Cant 1681 lead interference, Maek Mercer eharges down field.
FIRST ROW: llullv Seott, Eddie Cant, John Berry. Steve Riehards, Kevin Hummel, Bartt
Thompson, Tim Phoenix. Mack Mercer. Rohert Caslon. Mark En felin . SECOND ROW:
Eddie Stuher, Mike Arnos. Cary Johnson, Mark Julian, Torn Rielher, Tohhv Smith. Chi 1
Heald. Steve Soule. Mark Whitfield, Mark Hertel. THIRD ROW: ,leff Pumphrey. .lav Clif-
ton. Mike l'larx'ey. Brent Armstrong, Danny Bostwiek. Paul Cozhy. Buddy Sarnplel John
Garland. lim Calhoun, Bohhy Speneer. FOURTH ROW: Jack Barber, Tighe Freed. Dan
Yates. David LaBoon. Mike Ford. Don Allred, Manuel Linan. Bill Smoak. lim Flowers.
FIFTH ROW: Bill Hines, Bill Gartner, Mare Monzin o, Bill Clemons. jetl' Fralia. Roger
Hire. Bo Walker. Robert Daniels. Uavirl Walter. LAST ROW: Larrv Fuller. Coaeh Tom
Newman. Coach Larry Wood, ,left Hi-aid, Will Mason. i
Bill Hines 1203. Miki- Ford lT7j. Javk Barber 1601. anfl Tom Richer 4665 bullflug a Northside Steer.
AI-IHS. . 12
AHHS . . 40
AHHS . . 27
AI-ll-IS . . 19
AI-IHS. . 20
1969 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD
Wyatt ........ 21
Polytechnic .... 12
Western Hills. . 12
Southwest ...... 8
Northside ...... 0
Technical ...... 0
L. D. Bell ...... 0
I. M. Terrell . . . 12
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The powerful freshman offense is it to explode- against Terre-IIE defensin unit in their lxi-district clash at Farrington Fic-lcl.
fuss substitutions during the Paschal gani
Heights Seeks 4A-1
With Head Coachllohnny Dickerson and Assist-
ant Coach Tommy ewman at the controls, the
Iacket Five launc ed into a twent -seven game
preseason schedule. Being grounded only six
times, the team collected twenty-one victories.
Predistrict play was highlighted by the Optimist
and Lions Clubs tournaments. Placing second and
fourth respectively, the Yellow Iackets gained val-
uable experience in preparation for district con-
The preseason was marred by three injuries
which temporarily benched two Iacket starters.
Ieff Pruettls broken collarbone and Cedric Ioseph's
wrist and ankle sprains put both players on the
As managers of the varsity squad, Dean Brown
and Bill Fu ler performed the jobs of ractice as-
sistants, student trainers, and statisticall recorders.
Caught between two Southwest Rebels, Jeff Pruett struggles for control of the ball.
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Senior letterman Mike English stretches to steal a rebound from a Richland defender.
VARSITY SEASON RECORD
V PRE-DISTRICT GAMES
L. D. Bell . . .
R. L. Turner .
I. M. Terrell .
L. D. Bell . . .
Haltom . . .
Arlington . . ,
Southwest. . .
L. D. Bell . . .
DISTRICT GAMES FIRST HALF
AHHS Southwest. , .
AHHS Northside . . .
V V AHHS Paschal ....,
V V V V V AHHS 67 Western Hills
Donaldson bulldozes his way to the basket during a 7840 victory over the Northside S11-ers.
AHHS 61 Southwest. . .
AHHS Northside . . .
AHHS Paschal .....
V AHHS Western Hills
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Iacket Cagers Control First Half Play
Having completed a successful
reseason schedule, the Yellow
Packets, opened district play with a
difficult battle against the ebels of
Southwest. The Iackets' tight 2-3
zone defense, along with an accu-
rate barrage from the outside,
proved to be too much for the Reb-
els. Cedric Ioseph bucketed 21
points while Mike En lish and cap-
tain Don Kelley scoregl nine agiece.
Holding off a last minute ebel
rally, jacket cagers took home their
first district win, a 56-59 victory.
ln their second district clash on
Ianuar 20, the Iackets found them-
selves being taunted by a Northside
stall. Defensive steals y Eff Peter-
sen and outside shooting y guards
Don Kelley, 18 points, and .Mike
English, 12 points, crushed any
Northside retaliation. The jackets
increased their lead to a 57-29 mar-
gin before the final buzzer sounded.
The Iackets boosted their district
standings to 3-0 as they clinched a
decisive game against Paschal. Tak-
ingl feeds from guards Don Kelley,
Da e Donaldson, and Mike Englis ,
Cedric Ioselilh was too hot for the
Panthers as e canned 40 points in a
76-54 victory for the Yellow Iackets.
A 67-61 win over the Cougars of
Western Hills gave the Iackets a 4-0
record, clinching the first half of dis-
trict play. "Big Ced" Ioseph netted
22 points and ale Donaldson, firing
from the outside, sank 7 buckets for
C ptain Don Kelley contemplates strategy during a pauSf2 in the HCUOH- Junior Cedric Joseph hauls down a rebound as Senior Jeff Pruett screens off Southwest defende
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Having completed the first half of district play
with a erfect 4-0 record, the fighting Iackets found
themsellves u against a threatening Southwest
ball club. Witlfi the glackets holdingla narrow 26-24
lead at half time, t e game had t e makings of a
thriller. However, Cedric joseph came out sizzling
and hit four straight baskets giving the Iackets a
lead they never lost. They marched on to push
aside one of their chief rivals 61-48.
On Februar 12, the Yellow jacket cagers
swamped the llqorthside Steers with a stinging
With two district contests left, the Iackets came
face to face with a blood-thirsty ack of Paschal
Panthers. Paschal was determined? to stop Cedric
Ioseph who had previously scored 40 points
against them. The ensuin battle saw the Panthers
so busy with lose h tha? they ne lected Hei hts
outside bombers. Thus, guards Miie English, eff
Petersen and Don Kelley racked up 19, 14, an 13
The Yellow Iackets ended district play with a
come from behind pressure packed victory over
Western Hills. Scoring 12 points to Hills 2 in the
final three minutes of play, the Lacket Five became
the undisputed 4A-10 district c amps as they lev-
eled Western Hills with a 62-50 score.
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Fngh h Ng-alf pr-r Danny imos f0dI'l jo ph Jeff Pru tt Pat 0 Mellen Dale Donalds n Coach Tommy Newman.
Underclassmen Cain aluable Experience
Coach Tommy Newman led the '70rliunior varsit
squad throught eir 24 game season. he team toolf
third place in district competition, postin a record
of 3-1 the first half and 2-2 the second Ealf.
The startinlg squad consisted of luniors David
King, Scott ushing, and Iim Wil iams, sopho-
mores Craig Cameron and Dave Ratliff, and fresh-
man Bobby Spencer. While postman David King
led the team in rebounds, center Illim Williams aver-
aged 14 pts. a game, to become t e team highcpoint
man. Backingzup the startinlg five were Perry hap-
man, Rusty utchin, and obert Ietton.
Team managers Danny Moore and Mike Palmer
assisted the coach and players.
IUNIOR VARSITY SEASON RECORD
AHHS .... Richfield ....
AHHS .... Haltom . . .
AHHS .... Tech .....
AHHS .... Richfield ....
AHHS .... L. D. Bell . . .
AHHS .... Denton .....
AHHS .... Trinity ......
AHHS .... Eastern Hills
AHHS .... Trinity ......
AHHS .... 42 Richland ....
AHHS .... North Side . .
AHHS .... Carter ......
AHHS .,.. I. M. Terrell .......
AHHS .... L. D. Bell .... , . .
AHHS .... 49 Haltom . . .
AHHS .... 43 Carter ....
AHHS .... Southwest .... . . .
AHHS .... Northside .... . . .
AHHS .... Paschal ...........
AHHS .... Western Hills
AHHS ,,,, Southwest. . .
AHHS ,,.. Northside . . .
AHHS ,,,. Paschal .....
AHHS ,,,, Western Hills ......
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R0W:V'B0bby SpPnt'Pr.vl0hn Frlge, Pe-rry Chzgiman. Scott Rushin . MIDDLE ROW: Kenneth Horn. Rusty Cutchin, Craig Cameron, lim Otte, Pat Wvpaselc. Mike Palmer.
ROW: Roach Tornnn' Ne-wrnan, ave Ratlifll, avid King. ,lllll Williams, Rubffrt letton. Danny Moor:-. '
Williams fights a Southwest opponent for possession of the ball as Dave Ratliff awaits a pass. .lim Williams and David King control thv boards in a gaurw against Southwest
Freshmen Conclude With Even Record
The difficult task of molding
young, inexperienced ball players
into a team was undertaken by
Coach Bob Hale. Due to crowded
conditions, the freshmen were
forced to work out every morning
After a slow start in preseason,
the team rebounded to a 4-4 record,
placing second in both the first and
secon halves of district play.
Forwards Randall Thomas and
Iohn Wilmoth, guards Mark Engel-
ing and Robert aniels, along with
high point and postman Rusty
McCloud made up the startinig five.
Backing up the startirig squa were
lack Barber, Richard nglish, David
Walter, and Curt Fowler.
Assisting Coach Hale was sopho-
more manager Ion Wise.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: Jon Wise, Mike McEvoy, Jack Barber, Robert Daniels, Randy Thomas, Rusty McCloud, David Walter, Curt Fowler, John ny Wilmoth, Mick Cru-
Mark Engling, Richard English, Chris Stewart, Coach Bob Hale.
hman guard Mark Engeling battles for the ball as Rusty McCloud screens off an opponent.
IFRESHMAN DISTRICT RECORD1
AHHS 31 Southwest .... AHHS 43 Southwest ....
AHHS 78 Northside AHHS 72 Northside
AHHS 26 Paschal . . AHHS 48 Paschal . .
AHHS 43 WHHS . . AHHS 44 WHHS . .
Sights set on the basket, Robert Daniels shoots a jump shot.
GIRLS' INTRAMURAL COUNCIL
Girls Show Record Interest in Sports
Never before had the Girls In-
tramural Council been so active.
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Norma Anderson, a proximately
forty girls participated, in such ac-
tivities as tennis, volleyball, soccer,
basketball, bowling, badminton,
and softball. The irls met twice a
week. to practice t ese sports and
play in various tournaments.
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UW: Rita llre1'rl.I1n'kir' Ke-sle-r. Jmuin Lev. Darlene- llaxis. Xlargarvt Ievners, An- fiontre-ras. Gwwn 'lie-mplr-. Be-tty Ye-agefr. BACK ROW: Nliss Norma .Xnde-rson. Ann Rog-
Carneer. Elizabeth Darling. Susan Moore-, Linda Lehman. Yale-rw Tswveie-ll, Inurie Ld. e'rs. Donna Fe-lf. Linda Torres. Kathy Null. Christi Thom son. Nl81'f'i1I't'l Gregory. Susan
VIIIJIILE ROW: Susan Be-rrew, Lisa Watson, Leslie' lolson. Te-rri Pittman. Toni Strae-le. Pam Tm-I. Susan Nlueflle-r. Rhonda Clark., llilela kilanuaell. Iiusv Ann Touvhem.
. Nlii-In-lv Rundvll. Susie' 0tlv.Sle'pi11lIlil' Bruce-. Susan Themias. Le-la tlharnpion, Lois
"What do you mean l am supposed to circle before landingfw questions sophomore diver Eric Davidson.
Swimming Team Led b Full-Time Coach
Organized for the first time under
a ful -time coach, the Iacket swim
team's season began early in the
gear with running and weight work.
y December, however, Coach
George Wirsdorfer had his team
practicing five times a week at the
Panther Boys, Club indoor ool.
Their diligent practice paid oiff as
they remained undefeated in city-
wi e competition and participated
in the state meet.
The outstanding male swimmers
were Fritz Aurin, Mike Brown, Iay
Clifton, Chuck Crook, Mike Eppqer-
son, Don and Cary Malone, im
Taggart, and Mike Tinius. Re re-
senting the irls' squad were oan
Bulmer, Cargeen Cromwell, Al ison
Kerr, Ember Mullins, and Penny
f lRl,S' SWIM TEAM: Ember Mullins, Allison Kerr, Carlene Cromwell. ,loan Bulmer, and Penny Worrall. "l've created u super gulf", chuckles Coach C1-urge Wirsdorfer,
Preparing for worlwul. Bill Bakvr. Gary Malone, and Mike Eppvrson loosen
BOYS' SWIM TEAM: FRONT ROW: Stv 1llt'I1 He-pt' . llc'Lllal1'l1.lll1u1'k lfroolx.
Malune-, Bryon Burkhart, Dun Malone-, Flill Hake-r,uililu' Epperson.
up at PBC, Emlxrr Mullins dives from the blocks in thc' flfty yard free, style' rfonlpe-lition.
Jam:-s Randolph. Erie'lJaxi1lQon. Mike-'l'inim. Ed Travy. Larry Mc'NlahaI1.l0f'W21rd. BACK ROW2 C3-U
FRONT ROW: Dou Dixon, Dale Fincher, Frank Thong-pson, Mike Farrell, Mike Morton, Walker, Randy Gillespie, Kent Brown, Charles Hanneman, Larry Clay. BACK ROW: Bill
Paul R dell, Steve Wagner. SECOND ROW: Charles oera, Rustg Jacobs, Cal Tackett, Keeton, Robert Hoyt, Brad Beard.
Jerry Bzfvers, Joe Cates, Mark Trout, Kim Reedy. THIRD ROW: reck Walker, Dewey
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Intrasquad Competition Readies Team
Daily pratices at Rockwood, Benbrook, and Z.
Boaz gave Iacket golfers experience necessary for
The 25 man team, under the guidance of Coach
Bill Kamenitsa, hoped to equal last year's out-
standing performance. The 1969 team composed of
Kim Reedy, Mike Morton, Charles Hanneman,
Scott Peterson, and Kirk Nicholas, were the fourth
ranked team in the state. Having proved them-
selves through intrasquad competition, Brad Beard
and Robert Hoyt joined Hanneman, Reedy, and
Morton on the top squad.
Out of town play at Brownwood, Abilene, and
Lampasas along! with city meets challenged the
team's golfing s ills.
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Randy Gillespie, Coarh Bill Kamenitsa, Rusty Jacobs, Dewey Walker, Frank Thompson, Joe
Cates, Danny Moore, and Bill Keelon, wait patiently as the first foursome tees off,
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round in preparation for an upvoming tournament.
Returning Lettermen Boost Title Hopes
Coached by Mrs. Martha Austin, the Iacket net-
men set their sights on the district tournament in
April. In preparation for this tournament the team
members worked with wei hts, ran, and racticed
their basic skills during she daily sixtlh eriod
workout. Competition with area schools iielped
ready the mem ers for the emotional strain of tour-
The 1850 team was marked b experience, with
the district title hopes boosted, by the return of
lettermen Tommly Roberts, boys' singlesg Pete
Brown, Iimmy C ements, Iimmy Baird, and Guy
Gordon, boys doubles, Chrissy Mercer and Sissy
Gunter, gir s' singlesg Ioan berman and Lucy
Richards, girls' doubles. Several newcomers broke
into the starting team as Ianet Ward, Allen Fried-
man, Stanley Schiller, Lynne Brew, Nelia McMil-
lan and Suzanne Wilemon wook places on the "A"
and HB" squads.
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Preparing for upcoming tournaments, letterman Jimmy Clements practices his overhead smash
Practicing her serve, senior' letterman Joan Uberman stretches for the ball.
James LeMay attempts to put away a forehand volley during a ladder match for team position
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FRONT ROW: Stanley Svhiller. Miki' Prachvl, Guy Cordon. Janws Clvmvnts. Alan Fried- ROW: Carneron Shropshire: Pvtv Brown. Mark Fowklcs. Tomrnv R0bf'l'l5. Cf12iCh Martha
man, Rnbhi Craig. Suzannv Wilf-nion, joan ilvhvrnian. Sissv f1unt4'r..IanC't Ward. BACK Austin, Kit Tvnnison, Christy Nivrvffr. Luvy Hit-hards. She-llvy Nowiin. Lynnr- Brf-w.
Cross Country Runners Take Cit Title
A oundin heart, lun s asping
for aii, and aF:hin legs aFl discribe
the punishments tlgie track man must
endure to develop his body. In com-
petition he must utilize all of his
skills and force his body to its physi-
cal limits. Ribbons and medals are
only materialistic gains to a true ath-
leteg more valuab e to him are the
experiences of winning, losing, and
Iacket cross country runners
began workouts early in September
in preparation for their first meet on
October 11. Taking eight places in
this o ening competition, the team
move on to cagture the city title at
TCU in Decem er. Members Mark
Blanton, Stewart DeVore, lim Cri s-
by, Iohn Koerner, Iim Laine, im
Lederer, Dennis Styles, and arl
Thomas combined points to finish
twenty-first in state-wide competi-
tion at Austin.
Several lettermen from last year's
district titlist squad returned to
lead the 1970 field of Heights track
men. Veterans Sam Brous and Bill
Miller, sprintersg ohn Koerner and
Mike Pankeyjvmi dle distance run-
nersg Chuck entworth, high jump-
er, Pete Ceren, discus throwerg and
Fritz Aurin, the tenth ranked pole
vaulter in the state, demonstrated
leadership throughout the season.
FRONT ROW: Jim Stullenburger, Wesley West, Huffv Scott, Mark Julian, Ed Stuber,
Casev Sanford, Jeff Fralia, Lee Tennison, Mike Ford, Mike Berry, Mark Blanton, Milo
Mahan, Curtis Runvon. Crai Stevens, Rick Ewing, Eric Horn, Barry Phillips. SECOND
ROW: Brian Tomlinson, Ear? Thomas, Bill Miller, Sam Brous, Dennis Stvles, Glenn Neal,
. Coach joe Caliga,
Mark Callan, Jim Hart, Tommy Mercer, David Stewart, Marshall Balthrop, Reggie Rader,
lim Heil, Steve Cernuto, Bill McCann, Jerry Heit. THIRD ROW: Coach Ray Morgan, Jim
Lederer, Phil Street, Jim Laine, Chuck Wentworth, Fritz Aurin, Pete Ceren, Stewart Dev-
ore, Mike Pankey, Billy Davis, lolm Koerner, James Crigsby, Kim Price, Donald Bedunah,
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A successful jump is in the making during practice, as senior Chuck Wentworth springs over the crossbar with room to spare.
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After preliminaries for the Fort Worth Coaches
Association Indoor Games, Iacket qualifiers num-
bered sixteen. A week later, on February 6, Arling-
ton Heilghts track men moved indoors to compete
at the arrant County Convention Center.
Tying with Paschal for top over-all points,
Hei hts placed four members and two relay teams
in t e top four bracket.
The Yellow jacket sprint relay shared second
with Castleberry while the mile relay placed third.
Miler Iim Laine and 1000 yd. man Iohn Koerner
each earned silver medalist honors. In the field
events, high jumpjer Chuck Wentworth took third,
and shot putter avid Stewart finished fourth.
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Rick Ewing, Bill Miller, Sam Brous, and Barr Phillips of Heights sprint relay team are awarde
second place honors at the Coaches Indoor games, February 6.
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State Tournament Berth Climaxes Season
The '69 Yellow Iacket baseball
team swept through district compe-
tition droplping on ylone game, a 3-0
upset, to estern ills.
Bi-district playoffs saw the Ilaxck-
ets cut down a strong Eastern ills
ball club in the first and last of a
threegame series at Turnpike Stadi-
um. aining momentum, Heights'
nine man army marched over Dallas
Kimble, earning the Regional title in
back-to-back victories. A duo of
shut-outs aglainst Houston Smiley
gave the Ye ow Iackets their ticket
to Austin and the state tournament.
With four teams left to do battle
for the state chamipionship, the lack-
ets were paire with Houston
Lamar. Alt ough pitcher Charlie
Ienkins fired a one-hitter, Lamar
managed to sneak one run across
home plate in the second inning. Un-
fortunately: this held as the only
score of t etgame and the Iackets
were defeate 1-0. In state consola-
tion play, the team took third place
honors with a 3-1 victory over Sam
Houston of San Antonio.
1969 SEASON RECORD
AHHS Southwest. . .
AHHS Western Hills
AHHS Northside . . .
AHHS Paschal .....
AHHS Southwest. . .
AHHS Western Hills
AHHS Northside . . .
After smashing into the fence while making a spectacular catch, Jimmy Torres is helped off the field by Coach Maclin.
AHHS Paschal .....
AHHS Southwest. . .
AHHS Western Hills ....
AHHS Northside . . .
AHHS Paschal .....
AHHS . . . 3 Eastern Hills . . . . 2
AHHS . . . 0 Eastern Hills . . . . 1
AHHS , . . 9 Eastern Hills . . . . 2
AHHs...2 Kimball... ....1
AHHS . . . 3 Houston Smiley. . 0
AHHS . . . 1 Houston Smiley. . 0
STATE TOURNAMENT I
AHHS . . . 0 Houston Lamar . . 1
AHHS . . . 3 Sam Houston. . . , 1
Beating the throw, Tom Butler dives back to first during a state quarterfinals victory over Houston Smiley.
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FRONT ROW: Bobby Smith, Carlos Mendm, Bob Calloway, Cregferggison, Steve Moore. BACK ROW: Mark Jones, Robert Cham ion, Dale Goodrum, Charlie Stephenson, Tad Trout
Robert Florance, Gene Carter, Mike Howard, Curtis Runyan, rey ruge, John Leseman, Dale Cooper, Ronnie Sarnaki, Coacli Roland Maclin.
arsity Strives to Conquer lnexperience
With only one returning letter-
man, lack of experienced ball
players was the main Iproblem fac-
ing Coach Roland Mac in and his '70
varsity baseball team. Realizing this,
the boys started physical training
early in the fall with-daily running
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and weight lifting, though regular
team work outs did not begin until
the first of March.
The team moved indoors whenev-
er bad weather threatened, practic-
Lnglin the gym and running in the
Junior pitcher Carlos Mendez is fully extended in smooth form as he releases the ball.
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list were new uniforms, he mets,
bats, and balls, which mana ers
Larry Fuller and David Bailey Eept
Coach Merlin Priddy instructed
the "B" Baseball team.
Clove ready, Mark Jones scrambles to make a one-handed catch.
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Spirit Requires Enthusiastic Involvement
With the hellp of their sponsor Miss Helen Hale,
Heights' cheer eaders have succeeded in arousing
spirit and developing student support. To encour-
age and represent t e student body, outstanding
citizenshilp, enthusiasm, and the ability to maintain
a high sc olastic record is required. Cheerleader
elections are held in the sprintg with the exception
of the incoming freshman an sophomore classes
whose tryouts are early in the fa l.
SENIOR TOMMY ROBERTS JUNIORS GLORIA ZIMPLEMAN AND JEFF NEWMAN
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SENIOR KARL KOMATSU
SENIOR CHRISTY MERCER
SENIOR SHARON CHESTER
SOPHONIORE BECKY RAY
SOPHOMORES ALAN FRIEDMAN AND ROBYN CARTER
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DRGAN IZATIUN S
Organizations provide stability and a sense
fdirection to all who are privileged to partici-
ate in their functions. Through joint activities
nd individual responsibilities, Heights' stu-
ents learned how to work together to achieve
Delegates Selected for All City Council
Chosen last spring to serve as Student Council offi-
cers, Pete Ceren, Pat O'Malley, Kaye Snyrder and Polly
Iones conducted the freguent meetings. hey were as-
sisted by Mrs. Glenna E wards and Mr. Homer Ludik-
er, facu ty sponsors.
The Student Council, operating 'ointly with the
Parent-Teachers Club, planned and s onsored the
dance held at Round-Up Inn following the homecom-
ing, football game with Southwest Hgh School.
ro'ects sponsored by thisNyear's tudent Council
included not only Howd eek and S ring Fever
Week, but also Christmas filidge booths, Valfentine tele-
grams, and special dances. anch Day, discontinued
or several ears, was revived with great success. The
money madle from these and similar projects will be
used to buy equipment needed b the school or may be
added to an already established, fund for future use.
This year an all-city council was formed with rep-
resentatives from all of the city's hligh schools. Those
elected to represent Heights at the ort Worth United
High Schoo Council were Sydney Cozby and lim
Laine, seniors: Pat O'Malley, juniorg Kathe Ambrose,
sophomoreg and Mack Mercer, freshman. Arlington
Heights Student Body President, Pete Ceren, repre-
sented Heights on the all-city board, a special part of
the counci comlposed of Student Body presidents of
all local high sc ools. Their function is to coordinate
city wide activities and discuss the problems facing
high school students.
Sponsors Mr. Homer Ludikcr and Mrs. Glenna Edwards discuss Council business
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS l969-1970: Vice-President Pat O'Malley, Treasurer Polly Jones. Secretary Kaye Snyder, Pr6Sid1frll PSU? GCTPU-
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PI'Bl,IC RELATIONS CUN1N1l'I'TEE: janif- Harwell. Hmlstorl Kauflnmn. Shelly
SUCI ALS 4TONIN1l'I'l'EIf: Hulmwrt Truvlion. Billy xl4'KF'I1Zl1'. flinflx'Ovvrnlu-1-k. Sillneay
Cozby, Tax Hulrnvs. Linda Nlarvhassvau.'l'vraN1ansker. Anm- Harnm. Lnrnlsvy Lung.
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HANDBOOK COMMITTEE: Mack Mercer, Kathe Ambrose, Charles Blanton, Sherry Morris, Dino Phiripes, Connie Cooper, Bill Davie.
PROMOTIONS COIVIMITTEE: Home-V
Burns, Allen Rowland, Norma Dunnawaf,
.lf-ff Newman, Yvonm- Blaisdell, ,loan Ilbvr-
man, Angela Carr.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COMMITTEE: Mau
recn Martin, Sharon Loveall, Jennifer Schloe
der, Donna Lunrlay, Glen Brooks, Cheri Cu
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ELECTIUNS COMMITTEE: Mark Davis. Hulwrt Williams. Daxitl tlnggiris. Jim Laine. Dub
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CLAIMS tIONlNll'l'TEE: Carriien lluwiiiiig. Wanda Comlitt. lie-llv Rariisvy. Sherry llillarzl. Barliit-
Jones. Uiaiinv I-Itils.
IJICCORATIONS tIUNlNll'I'l'EF: FRONT RUW: liuluii Carter. Skvlar Pvttx. Bwk-
if- Ray. Damn Ht-lim. Karl Kuiiiatsu. SFCONIJ lltwkf l.u1'x Richards. Xlitri Strain.
IJ'-bln Morris. Nlarx lllillli ms. lfliuvli Crook. Iiliristy Nl:-rift-r. Sliw' Brrmrii Ur-nrgv
Nluiitageie. Suzy tlliililre-ff. ll.-Ulli ROW: Cari l.utl'ltiiiil. llaximl Blarituii. -Klan l"rie-rl-
l'lOSPl'l',-Xl,l'llY tIUNlNlI'lTEE: Carol Arlaiiis. Kristin Frost. De-lwlriv lluraui.
l.ouise- l.euiitii'4l. llvlia Dalton. -Xrigf-la fliuwivr
YELLOW IACKET STAFF
Yearbook Emerges Amid Strain, Laughter
Out of the impossible confusion
of annual meetin s, ftypewriters,
triplicate sheets, piiotographs, and
distracting musicj emerged the 1970
Yellow Iacket, little by ittle. Need-
less to say, yearbook staffers needed
endurance, and understandin of
human nature, and, above ail, a
sense of humor.
Frequent laughter at meetings bal-
anced the strain of completin sec-
tions and the panic of misp acing
them. With weekend meetings and
two all-night marathons, the mem-
bers reached the deadline, occasion-
aly by the skin of their teeth.
"Group therapy" was employed
as a tension reliever for frustrated
workers, who played "catch" with a
world globe, conducted pillow
fights and celebrated a continuing
series of birthda s. YI Homecoming
festivities included the mass pro-
duction of Hmumsi' for male mem-
bers and a double corsage presented l
to "Homecoming King' Verne Gar- i
The hectic year reached a climax l
as false rumors of Annual Day
s read through the halls. When the
ay arrived, none greeted it with
more satisfaction t an the staff,
united by the achievement of a com-
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YJ STAFF: FRONT ROW: Becky McDuff, ersonalities editor, Steve Fowlkes, Lynn Am-
mons, Dean Ramsey, copy editors. SECOND, ROW: Shelly Laws, Pete Gercn, senior class
editors, Cindy Marietta, Kathy Sarsgard, editors, Celia Dalton, lunior class editor, Jimmy
Baird, junior' class editor and photographer, Marcia Carroll, A an Richardson, freshman
Class editors, Juliet George, Robbi Craig, curriculum editors, Tera Manskar, Kathe Am-
brose, Verne Garrison, sophomore class editors. THIRD ROW: Carol Adams, Phil Street
organizations editors, Guy Gordon, Scott Daniels, Ehotogra hers, Pete Brown, Billy Davis,
sports editors. TOP ROW: Robert Truelson, Will ogers, Earl Kamatsu, activities editors.
Editors liinfly Nlurietta anrl Knthx
ii, Sarsgurcl tll41'llSS a nlearlline- xsitli
K sponsor Nlrs. llc-My Quimln.
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IACKET IOURNAL STAFF
Three Staffs Head Publication of H
The Fall Staff of the locket jour-
nal, comfposed of eighteen members,
was hea ed bly Lynn Hughes, editor
of the bi-wee t ly publication. Staff-
ers worked long hours, sometimes
until 2:00 a.m., to meet deadlines.
The received an all-Texas rating
at the exas High School Press As-
sociation convention in Denton. At
the Inter-Scholastic League Press
Conference held in Austin, the Incli-
et journal wasaawarded the Distin-
uished Merit Award, the higllliest
onor given to any high sc ool
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Mrs. Eugenia Thompson discusses staffassignments with
Lynn Hughes and Ann Peterson, Fall and Spring editors.
IJ FALL STAFF: FRONT ROW: Becky McDuff, news bureau chief, Linda Smalley, copy vertising managerg Ken Watson, reporter, Linda Vau han, art editor. THIRD ROW: Patti
editor: Kathy Vaughan, assistant advertising manager, Ann Peterson, news editor, Linda Reed, exchan e manager, Karen Stetler, beat editor.i3ACK ROW: Bill Fuller, sports edi-
Moxley, business managerg Mary Murplw circulation manager, Gloria Buckley, co y edi- tor. NOT PICEFURED: Jeanine Ward, copy editorg Greg Dawson, Dave Johnson, reporters.
tor, Lynn Hughes, editor. SECOND R0 : Maureen Martin, feature editor, Vicki Elgjis, ada
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BW5,1'N?WS editor: Sidnev Cozhv, art editor: Vieki Mjddlebrook, reporter: Terry Manale.
dvertising ehiefg Linda Hines. reporter. SECOND ROW: Terry Testa. Chervlanne Marsh.
eporters: Peg v Tvrrell, lx-at editor associate: Brenda Sikes. eopv editor: Theresa Probst.
e rter: Margha Washington. exehan e editor: Anita Blake, managing editor. THIRD
liowu Theresa Tidba1l,rf-porii-rg DavidgRussell, sports editor assoeiate: Paula Harrell. Mel-
ee, E -,Q
Iaurie Ho pin, reporter: Pat Daniels. feature editor: Leah Lievrouw, associate: Chris Hollev.
reporter:IMiles I'airris, Kevin Alewine, Circulation editors. FOURTH ROW: Dannv Chl--
nault. reporter: Katie McClain. eo v editor: Karen Rvdell. beat editor:Ja1'l4ie Alhraeht. Paul
Elliott. re Jrters. BACK ROW: Nllark Hines. sports editor: Tommv Roherts. reporter. NOT
PICTIREIJ: jim Tidwell. art editor: Margaret Cox. exehange editor: I.inda Stevens. report-
U SPRING STAFF "Bn: FRONT ROW: Bill Davie. re orter: Dianne Sosebee, re mrter:
Vlarv Murphy. reporter: Cyndi Smith, exchan e editor: lslolli Benson. Art editor: Bigrhara
haver, eopv editor: Linda Moxley, reporter: liarilvnn Hoyt, reporter: Dianne Hill, report-
r. SECOND ROW: Bill Smith, copy editor: Luana Vance, reporter: Vicki Ellis, reporter:
iana Brown, exchange editor: Katv Miller. advertising Chief: Andv Mefilung, feature edi-
tor: Jeanette llhenault. beat editor associate: Brenda Smith, news editor assoeiate. THIRD
ROW: David Olsen. feature editor associate: Margaret Blair. managing editor: Kaye Sny-
der. heat editor: Christie Beard. 1-ireulation editor. BACK ROW: Louis Smith. art editor.
NOT PIIITIIRI-LD: Sharon Loveall, news editor: llwrge Rojas, sporLs editor: jim Stullen-
burger, associate: Kay Davis, eireulation editor: tihrys Gire, Mike Jenkins, Ann Todd, re-
Guerdon: "Reward" for School, Staff
Stressing the meaning of "Guer-
don," a German word for "reward,"
the literary magazine staff beglan the
Sales campaign Februarcy 9. T e goal
of the campaign, exten ing through
February 16, was to sell 1500 maga-
zines throu h the En lish classes.
Inspired by the Cciumbia Scho-
lastic Press Association's critique of
the '69 Guerdon, "the most striking
characteristic of the total material is
the wealth of talent represented,"
the staff composed of the senior
honors English class began to select
manuscripts for the 68-72 piece mag-
azine. Attempting to surpass the
l'All Texas Rating ' of the 69 Guer-
don, the staff asked the student
body to hellp them com ete for the
topl three p aces in the Pfexas High
Sc ool Press Association Conven-
Each work was read by three
groups and rated "usable," "unus-
able, ' or "po1ishable." Those judged
"usable" were re-read and reconsid-
ered, while the "polishable" pieces
were returned to the writer with
suggested chan es. Usin a theme
chosen on the gasis of the subject
matter of the entries, the Guerdon
staff tried to bring humor and more
varied selections into the literary
Students who purchased maga-
zines received them through their
Englllish classes after a presentation
in t e auditorium in April.
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GUERDUN STAFF: FRONT ROW: Bill Smith, layout, Woody Setzer, cfreditorg Kirk
Weisbrod, business, Larry Trammell, format. MIDDLE ROW: 'Maureen Martin, lavoutg
Karen Patrick, layout: Margaret Blair, format: Anita Blake, roof, Becky Mi:Duff, co-
editorg Lynn Hughes, format, Kim Volkmar, layout, Karen Stetfer, proof, Sally McDaniel,
Jublicitvg Sharon Loveall. BACK ROW: Cindy Marietta, layout, Ellen Holland, format.
Debbie Davis. art, Toni Wann, class coordinator, Linda Tracy, business, Shellic Gosnell.
business, Jan Tarbell, copy, Debbie Carroll, copy. NOT PICTUREDZ john Dilley, photogra
pherg Dennh Donaldson, photographer.
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Co-editors Bcfky MrDuff and Woody Setzer searvh for outstanding magazine entries.
Proof editor Anita Blake works diligently creating posters for the sales campaign
Sponsor Mrs. Oleta Epps and staif member Margaret Blair review earlier Guerdons as they plan the format for this year's literary magazine.
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SPIRIT OF THE HILL
ewly Formed Club Generates Spirit
Arlington Heights students saw the arrival of a
new type spirit organization this year. Formally
name the ' Spirit o the Hill," the club consisted of
twenty-four seniors, twelve juniors, ten sopho-
mores, and six freshmen. The members ofthe pir-
it Club were elected by classes, with ualifications
being no grade below "C" and an "B" average in
The members, responsible for the proud image
of Arlington Heiglhts, exemplified excellent sports-
manship and lea ership for the school in all its ac-
The members of each class in the Spirit Club
elected their own officers: they were senior Mar a-
ret Blair, junior Becky Cosb , sophomore Debgie
Morris, and freshman Skylarlfietty. The officers ar-
ranged and presided over regular meetings with
iponsors Mrs. Charleene Carlisle, Mr. ennis
cPeak, and Mr. Homer Ludiker in attendance to
Members of the organization were re uired to
attend football, basketball, and basebfill games
reglularlyi In addition to decorating for the pep
ra ies, t e "Spirit of the Hill" worked in conjunc-
tion with the cheerleaders to promote school spirit
and participation. Their assistance was requested
to he p prepare for the Alan Bean Day parade, De-
cember 22 y cutting out confetti at the new Fire-
man Training Center.
Atop the scaffold in the auditorium, Wesley Rust hangs pep rally decorations.
"Things go better with cyclamatesf' claims Skye Brown.
Spirit Club officers Margaret Blair, Becky Cozby, Skylar Petty, and Debbie Morris discuss plans
for the club's uniforms.
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SPIRIT OF THE HII.l.: FRONT ROW: Skye Brown, Lucv Richards, Cindv
Owrboek, Sidney Cozby, Jan Birdwell, Martha Washingtonf SECOND ROVV:
Sherry Dillard, Lisa Campbell, Celia Dalton, Polly Jones, Melissa Murrax. Deb-
bie Huggins. THIRD ROW: Kaye Snyder, Bw-ki B2 by, Ann I,indsav. 'Norma
Dunawav. Kav Davis, ,Ioan Iberman. FOl'R'l'H RORW: Christie Beard. Karen
Cash, Miriam'Cole. Jane-I Royer, Denise Adams. Debbi' Morris. Mrs. Charleene
Carlisle. FIFTH ROW: Brenna Barber, Charlotte Marchesseau, Cathy Null,
Marv Philli ls, Shannon MOD0nald, Jeanne Uberman. SIXTH ROW: Bill Ful-
ler, Beckv Cozhv. Mar arct Blair, Skvlar P1-ttv. Scott Worr:-l, Paul Rvdell. Mr,
Dennis Mrpeaki SEVFTTNTH ROW: Tim Fisher. We-slev Rust, Phil Rilev, David
Russell. Mark Jones. Kennv Bowl, Mr. Home-r Ludilier. BACK ROWI: Dale
Coodrum, Steve Fowlkes, Bill Colhurn. Billv Gramrner. Don Malone. Pete
Brown. Mark Fowllws. i
AY EXECUTIVE BOARD: FRONT ROW: Trudye Boone, Kathe Ambrose, Celia Dalton, Adams, Debb Sarsgard, Iay Dee Jones, Kathy Shelton, SIIHIOQ LOVCHH, B111 Lane YICIUC
Pat Payne, Christie Beard, Anita Blake. SECOND ROW: Shannon Cox, Josh Baker, Carol Ellis, Carrie ghuffler, Chuck Crook, Skye Brown, Jimmy Baird, Sherry Dillard
Members Participate in ctivities
Arlington Heights' chapter ofthe National Allied
Youth organization participated in a wide variety
of functions last year.
AY delegatesflay Dee Iones, Trudye Boone, Bill
Lane, Karen Ry e l, and Beckly McDuff represent-
ed Heights at t e Internationa Conference in Buck
Hill Fa ls, Pennsylvania. At the convention, Becky
McDuff was elected to the International Cabinet to
serve as an advisor of AY projects. With the ex-
change of ideas, members from various parts of the
United States and Canada presented new concepts
for activities in the vear to follow.
At midterm, Fort Worth hosted delegates from
Amarillo and McKinney in order to plan the South-
west Allied Youth Conference which was sched-
uled for March 13-15, at Lake Texoma. The plurpose
of SWAY was to inform its members of the azards
of alcoholism and drug abuse. Last April, Beckty
McDuff and Bill Lane were elected 1969 SWAY o -
ficers - Bill as president and Becky as vice presi-
dent in charge of projects and finance.
During the year, meetings were planned by the
AY officers, executive board, and s onsors Arch
Van Meter, Frances Caveness, and lvljartha Austin.
AY sponsored activities, such as dances and tal-
ent shows, which provided students with a break
from school routine. A Howdy Week dance on the
school patio in September kicked off the events,
with special dances held on Valentine's Day and at
Christmas. Greg Ferguson won the AY Beauty
Contest with his pantomime of the song, "Fancy, '
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Mayor Pro-Tcm Bill Sarsgard discusses points of interest with concerned YCF members.
Mr. Frank Kutlady describes plans for future high schools at the October meeting.
Sponsors Mrs. ,lean Mitchell anrl Mrs. Gail Kilman relax before a monthly meeting.
YOUNG CITIZENS FORUM
YCF Encourages Political Participation
Young Citizen's Forum, an organi-
zation which encourages student in-
terest in world, national, and local
events, held monthly meetings on
Monday evenings t rou hout the
school year. Meetin s pFanned by
the executive boarg and faculty
sponsors, Mrs. Gail Kilman and Mrs.
Iean Mitchell, were designed to ac-
quaint students with contemporary
problems and to promote their par-
ticipation in loca affairs.
Forum programs usually consist-
ed of remarks by a guest speaker fol-
lowed by a general discussion of the
program tocpics. Programs this past
year inclu ed discussions of the
topics planned for the Fort Worth
high sc ools led by Mr. Frank Kud-
la y, the director of secondary
schools for the Fort Worth lnde en-
dent School District, and probllems
of city government, led by Mr. Wil-
liam Sarsgard, mayor pro-tem of
Fort Worth. Texas' State Represent-
ative, Mr. Ioe Shannon, presented a
program concerning water and air
pol ution plus lplrob ems linked with
rapid transit. r. Iim Wright, Tar-
rant County Representative to Con-
gress, made his annual appearance
in Februar commemorating Abra-
ham Lincofh and our national heri-
tage. Mr. Rosco Turner, County
Probation Officer spoke to a spring
meeting of the club members.
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K ROW: Sharon l,m'n-all. llvorge Kruzivk. Bill Arnistrong. fluy Cordon, Karl Komatsu. preside-nt. NUT PICLFI Rlillz Kaye' Snyde-r. Suzanne Wilemon.
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE E
American Field Service co-chairmen Ioe Burkett
and Lucy Richards, with faculty sponsor Mr. Day- fa
ton Carter, worked with AFS roups throughout
the cit and their exchange stugents. Three spring
assemlsilies stimulated interest in AFS projects.
These programs were presented in the school audi-
tornini featuringlas guest speakers foreign stu-
dents from area igh schools.
The AFS pro ram gave exchan e students a ttru
chance to learn First-hand man ditgerent aspects
of our life. American students allso went abroad in
this program, giving young citizens of the world a
chance to observe the vvays of hfe in varhous
countries. AFS provides these students with schol-
arships to meet the educational costs in foreign
countries. A private organization, AFS had no re i-
gious or political affiliations.
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CO-CHAIRMEN: Joe Burkett and Lucy Richards.
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Overbeak, Mary Phillips, Mimi Bass. SECO. D ROW: Iohnivlcl-Iugh, Margaret Blair, Alice
Chumlea, Polly Jones, Mmy Roberts. THIRD ROW: Dickie Lemons, ,Iulie Fields, Sally
McDaniel, Janet Royer, Robbi Craig. BACK ROW: Charles Curtis
Vaughan, Sharon Loveall, Joe Burkett, Julie George, Brad Beard.
, Jimmy Baird, John
Particitants in the Arlington
Heights Distributive Education pro-
gram actively pursued career train-
ing in several ocal businesses. DE
students attended academic classes
in the morning while afternoons
were spent gaining invaluable on-
ith the helpful co-operation of
nearby department stores, pupils
were able to rogress well beyond
the theoreticai, stage of advertising
and retailing. Applyin the basic
principles o merchandising on a
daily basis rovided background
essential for fiuture jobs.
Kae West, senior, was named Dis-
tributive Education Girl of the Year
at the Area II Distributive Education
Conference at the Tarrant County
Binior College Northeast Campus.
oug Hudman, also a senior, was
selected as alternate boy student of
the year and was a winner in Public
Speakinlg. Other winners included
seniors ettgBarret in job interview
and Sandy emple in display.
ie- Archie displays iashions at hz-r job at tIox's.
OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Vicki Archie, secretaryg Karen Walker, reporterg Debbie Dabs, treasurer: Lynn Pearst n
historian. BACK ROW: Lynn McCullough. presidentg BQ-irkv Buckelew, vice presidentg Donna Wilson, chaplain
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SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Adele McGee, treasurer: Carol Adams. vice pri-sidentg Mr. Jorge
Villalvazo, sponsorg Kaye Snyder. secretary and Robert Truelson, president.
Spanish Culture Is
Object of Stud
Offering informative s eakers, films, and enter-
tainment, the Spanish Club, sponsored by Mr.
orge Villalvazo, endeavored to broaden their
nowledlge of Spanish culture. Officers were Rob-
ert True sonwpresidentg Carol Adams, vice presi-
dentg Adele cGee, secretaryg and Kaye Snyder,
Open to all students currently takin Spanish,
the club met in the students' homes. Att e conclu-
sion of each meeting refreshments typical of Mexi-
co were served: nochos and tacos.
Spanish Club members enjoyed a full schedule
of activities during the year. At a Christmas fiesta,
slides of Mexico were shown, and Mr. Villalvazo
performed Mexican dances. The club met for din-
ner ata Mexican restaurant, and hosted Egydio Ro-
manenghi, a professor of Spanish language, litera-
ture, and history at TCU. Mr. Romanenghi pre-
sented a group of Latin American orphans who
sang and danced.
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junior ,lulict George priivlivvs Spanish drills in the lziboralorv.
Mrs. Ioan Meyer and twenty-five German stu-
dents formed the Arlington Heights German Club.
Meetings, held before school in room T-4, were
conducted by the club's officers: president Bill
jackson, vice president Danny Breckenridge, secre-
tary Luana Vance, treasurer athy Bailes, and pro-
gram chairman Guy Pharis.
Frequent activities ke t the Deutsch-speaking
enthusiasts busy. A co-edafootball game and a pic-
nic climaxed a bicycle trip to Trinity Park, and the
Yuletide season brought about ice-skatin and a
Christmas party? At the party Mrs. Meyer tier stu-
dents call er rou Meyerj was given a German
translation of the Bible, and later the group sang
Yuletide carols in German.
Topping the sprin events were a Faschings Ball
Sgostume partyj and a banquet at Heidel urger
all where sauerkruut with olish sausage was
seived with Black Forest andpGerman chocolate
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of German, t e club members learned about Ger-
manic culture and daily life.
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GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS
STANDING: Bill Jackson, president
Danny Breckenridge, vice president
Kathy Bajles, treasurerg Luana Vance
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Patience and deep concentration
are the two skills needed for profi-
ciency in chess. These were prac-
ticed every Tuesday afternoon at the
meetings of the fifteen-member
chess c ub at Heights.
The club's president for 1969-
1970, Lawrence Bean, supervised
development of game tactics. Prac-
tice sessions were often held in the
history department of Mr. Iames
York, club advisor. The availability
of the room gave a Ruiet place for
enthusiasts to play. mateurs were
welcome to learn basic strategy.
More advanced players competed
against other teams from area high
schools in a newly-established city-
wide tournament. The group
worked toward attendance at a
three-day state contest, held in San
Antonio in April.
Lawrence Bean, Randv Fairclo, Bonnie Bruce, Mr.
James York, and Kirk Weisbrod ponder the fine
points of the game,
Athletic Code Stresses Sportsmanship
Upholdin the ideals of sportsmanshlip, competi-
tiveness, ang fair play in a l s orts at eights, the
"A" Club, sponsored by HeadpCoach Mer in Prid-
dy, was organ to those who participated in athletic
events at eights.
A fertilizer sale, su gested by Coach Priddy, was
conducted by the Club to serve as the top
money raising pro'ect of the year. The athletes
were in charge of both selling and delivering the
fertilizer and used the money to finance the "A"
Club banquet held in the spring.
Meeting twice a month, the club urged atten-
dance and promptness, with the athletes being
charged a dime for tardiness and a quarter for ab-
sences. This turned out to be the best money mak-
inilproject of the year.
ected last spring to serve as 1969-70 "Aw Club
officers, president Dub Stocker, vice-president Bill
Miller, secretary-treasurer Pete Ceren, and ser-
geant-at-arms Iohn Pumphrey, attem ted to brin
about a closer relationship between tllfe athletes of
"A" Club s onsor Mr. Merlin Priddy and of-
ficers Bill leiiller, vice-president, John Pum
phrey, sergeant-at-arms, Pete Geren, secreta-
ry-treasurer, and Dub Stocker, president,
look over new membership cards.
Copy Machine Helps Students Progress
Serving as assistants during their
study ha s, the AHHS Book Iackets
shared in the organization and
maintenance of the school library.
The twenty-five member roup
raised money.by selling cookgooks
and candy. Profits went into the
club's treasury for activities, such as
small parties, a spring picnic, and
window displays in the hall.
A teenage librarians' convention,
hosted by Iefferson Hi h School in
Dallas, provided an October trip
and new ideas in book arrangement.
A valuable addition to library
equipment was a photocopy ma-
chine, installed as an aid in note-
takinjg. At ten cents a copiy, pages
coul be duplicated. Boo Iackets
supervised its operation, and also is-
sued book's to students, collected
fines, and shelved and repaired
Mrs. Mary Skipworth, librarian,
and Mrs. Christine Sherman, library
clerk, served as sponsors of the or-
ganization. Officers were Linda
malley, president, Billi Potts, vice
president, Suzanne Young, secre-
ary, Sandy Temple, treasurer, Deb-
bie Traylor, parliamentarian, and
Pat Daniels, historian.
OFFICERS: Debbie Traylor. parliamenlarian. Sandy Temple treasurer Pat Daniels hlstor an B1lliPotts vu prcsldcnt Su mn Young 4 ta w Linda Small w president
1 lty sponsor fVlr. Flavin Arsvneau rhevks the progress of Pat Copenhawr and Scott Benham as they pursue their rest-arch.
SCIENCE RESEARCH CRCUP
Mixing a solution for his experiment, rn-st-arm-hr-r Milo
Walker prepares 4-livinivals in a beakvr.
Members Explore Two Fields of Stud Bacteriology and ecologly were the
two fields explored by t e Science
Research Crou .Led by Woody Set-
zer, student lat? directorg Scott Ben-
ham, secretary-treasurerg and Mr.
Flavin Arseneau, faculty sponsor,
the members worked before and
after school, on Tuesday nights, and
Each member of the group was re-
quired to complete a research proj-
ect and aper on a chosen topic.
Many of tlhese were submitted to the
Texas Iunior Academy of Science,
the North Texas Biological Society,
and the local science fair, where
they were iudged by college profes
sors. Scott Benham was awarde
"best of fair" for his exhibit on th
effects of DDThon fish. il
Selling periodic charts of the elel
ments to science students, the grou
raised money to renovate the pho
tography lab in room T-1.
Bi I P4-lton observes Cathy Cupifs dilution procedures. Miki- Walker and ,lohn Laumlerson funnel sulfuric avid into a bottle while Baron Rittiner utilizes tht- Spec-20.
Excursions to historically signifi-
cant places in Texas were the main
activities of the Iunior Historians of
AHHS. Tours and meetings were
scheduled by club officers. George
Kruzick, president, Debbie Traylor,
secretary, and Linda Smalley, trea-
surer, worked with sponsors Mrs.
Leann Adams and Mrs. Vivian Mur-
phey. I '
An autumn field trip took mem-
bers to see a restored military post at
Fort Belknap. Ammunition store-
houses, barracks, and other struc-
tures housed old weapons, docu-
ments, and works of Texas writers.
A visit to Heritage Hall, Fort
Worthis downtown museum, ro-
vided further insight into locallhis-
he group attended all-cit meet-
ings, and was entertained lily Pul-
itzer Prize winner, Dr. ohn A. Car-
roll, in a school assem ly.
Prvsiclviit George Kruzick. secretary Debbie Traylor. P:-Iv Brown. .luliv George. and Hob Breen list:-n to 1-lub speak:-r.
Dr loliii AX. Carroll. :ln-sst-il in autliviitiv old west attire. iliscussr-d niuny facets of L. .
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Club sponsors Mrs. Lf.-ann .-Mlanis and Mrs. Yixiaii Nlurplie-i look over questions to be discuss:-tl.
Debaters Develop Techniques, Tactics
Since debate originated in Rome,
the Debate Club officers this year
adopted Latin titles for their offices.
Cfficers included Karen Berry, prin-
ceps, Robert Davie, auditor, and
Renee Crissom, scriba, under the
leadership of Mrs. Charleene Car-
lisle. Af iliated with the National
Forensic League and the Inter-
Scholastic League, the Debate Club
represented Heights at debates at
N SU, UT, TC , and TCIC.
Designed to improve the mind
throug mental ymnastics, the
Club instructed students in the tech-
niques of thorough research and the
principles of ar umentation and
persuasion. Trial debates, held with
area high school clubs, helped to de-
velop qualities of sportsmanship
and cooperation necessary to a good
M1 hele Rundell and l-larry Long refer to previous tournament r
Ollieers Karen Berrcy, Renee Grissom, and Robert Davie, seated, listen lo beginner Daniel Linden.
Hunk Clamann. Brenda Reevi
ill Pram-is. and Lakif- Setzer organize debate eases.
Honors Chorus Featured at Programs
This year, for the first time, the
chorus became a more selective
group. Director Mrs. Mary White
auditioned each member before
they were allowed to perform on
stage. A new addition to the music
department, the Honors Chorus,
performed in the fall program.
The larger chorus attended the
Choral Clinic at TWC, and the All-
State Tryouts in Denton. They parti-
cipated in the All-Region Festival,
The dsbuble sextet, a twelve girl
honors group, presented programs
for the Air Force Secretaries Associ-
ation, the Dauighters of the Republic
of Texas, an the new teachers of
the Fort Worth Schools at a Shady
Oaks Country Club party. Also new
this year was the Minority, a folk
singing group made ulp of eight cho-
rus students playing t eir own musi-
cal instruments such as the banjo
and guitar. While participatingh in
many activities outside school, t ey
also performed in the fall and
Christmas programs. Their outside
activities included a erformance
for the Optimist Clubj Basketball
Tournament, and participation in
such competitions as the ' Stairway
to the Starsu at Casa Manana.
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of instrumental music director Mr. C. H. Carson.
After many hours of drills, exercises, and re-
hearsals, and despite the calamities that inevitably
befall such an organization, the Yellow Iacket
Marching Band presented its halftime pageantries
at Heights' football games. Drum Major Cu Pharis
led the unit in shows at the Miss Teenage Xmerica
Pageant and two parades. Twirlers were Kathy
Bailes, Beverly Knudsen, Dana Pierce, and Nancy
At mid-term the Symphonic Band began pre a-
rations for its concert season. Coached by Mr. Clar-
son and assistant director Dean Ramsey, the group
was judged in University lnterscholastic League
competition at Texas Christian University.
The Concert Band, a plreparatorylvigroup for the
lar er band, played in t e AHHS usic Festival
andcgave a spring concert, while the new freshman
ban worked strictly to im rove their playing.
UIL competition topped tlfe year's events for the
S mphony Orchestra, which performed in the
Christmas program and the AHHS Music Festival.
Carol Padgham was selected for the all-state or-
chestra, and Debbie Davis, Marina Fowler, and
David Olsen made the all-region group. Thirteen
freshmen who were ineligible fort e large orches-
tra formed a new string ensemble.
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International Festival Highlights Year
ORCHESTH.-X: FIRST ROW: Daviil Olson. l,incla Hines. Karen Smith. Barbara .-Xmler- lnsiali. Nlilw Teiinxsun. Daiicl finggiiis. Bill Yates. Cara lieth Plielini. .lunna 'l'r4-zulnax
son. Naney Smith. Carol Pailehaiii. Leah l.lt'YI'UllU. Valerie .lnhns0n. Bill .lan-lxsmi. llama Ti-rrx Cruniinel. ,lerrx liruminel. Smtl Nlnrris. Susan llanlev. Xlariiiai Fmslvr. H.-Xillx
Pit-i'1'4'. Debbie Wolan. Kim lllcGill. George lJ'fXsi-eiizo. Yinla flloiitvmiic-iw. SECOND ROW: Tim Mliee. Cliris Yan tier Yliet. Daiiil Smith. l'al Nliiore. ,lim Wlieeler. Robert
ROW: .loanne Suurenniann. Marlene johnson, Barbara Brevlim-I. Nlelmlix Mi-Cill. llivliiml l.i-wis.
Freshman Musicians Enlarge Department
FRICSHNI.-KN URCHESTR.-X: FRONT RUWY: Diane Nl:-ail. Yivki Xv21lt'S.Ylll'I'I'f Nl4'L,lDIlLllll. ROW: Suzie lltte. Cathryn Sehmiill. Cary .lngi-I. .lo Ann lie-rnier. lhix itl Xallex. lialikii
Cari Everett. lilane Crillilh. Davitl llliltun. Qiieiitan Dugan. lint Knight. liantly Merkel. liunninghain. Mareia llarrull. Rai llenry. Leinmril Walsuii. Phil Regt-i's. ,lim Nlunalian
Mark Forman. MIDDLE ROW: Kitzi liliteh. Cilligmi Gunn. lfilwarfl Krajenski. Ile-lmhie lillllli1BUI'lQlILll'l.l.i'1klf'S1'lZl'l'.l421lllll'l'IlSITlllll. lulkf'Sllilffllll.,lt'lllXXllIlllN'f.illll1l'lx lierrex'
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The AHHS Iunior Red Cross
Chapter this year had a new sgon-
sor, Mrs. Daisianne Younger. ffi-
cers were elected early in the year
from a membership composed of a
representative from each home-
The club and its new officers led
by Terry Testa organized several
proljects for the year. One of these
inc uded the presentation of baskets
of fruit and corsa es to the grateful
senior citizens at Sie Fireside Lodgle
in White Settlement. After refres -
ments and a brief period of fellow-
ship, the students returned with a
distinct feeling of accomplishment.
Three representatives from Ar-
lington Heights were sent to the Tar-
rant County Red Cross Bantkuet last
searing. The dinner was eld at
reen Oaks Inn with Congressman
lim Wright as the guest speaker.
RED CROSS OFFICICIISQ 'll-rry 'IH-sta, pri-sidn-nl. Suzzuirie
Wilvnion. 2-i1't'l'1'l21I'f,NlI'S. llalisimim- Younger, faculty sponsor.
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Future Teachers Attend State Meeting
Fifteen students, led by faculty
s onsor Miss Dona Stoval , formed
tffe Arlington Heights chapter of the
Future eachers of America. Offi-
ciating at the meetings were officers
Donna Barton, president, Cheryl
Anne Marsh, vice president, Barba-
ra O'Dell, secretary, and Kathy Elk-
The FTA state convention, held in
Fort Worth, highlighted the club's
FTA chapter received the award of
honor at the state convention for
promoting an FTA club at a new
area high school. The itinerary in-
cluded workshops on drugs, parlia-
mentary procedure, bi-lingua edu-
cation, and other aspects of educa-
tion. Several members attended the
district convention at Texas Wes-
l"'l',-X oflivm-rs llhwrvlaiixic- Marsh. xice- Jlvsiflvlit. Kathi
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lulklns, fTULlSllI'l'I'. and Donna Barton, ll'L'SItll'Ill, obse-rw
Vllss Dona Sloxalll as shi- uses an oxmilu-ml PI'Ok,P1'l0I'.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Special Project F'll H l'd S on
Under the direction of sponsors
Miss Theresa Batts, Mrs. Annette
Bernard, and Mrs. Evelyn Carwood,
the AHHS Future Homemakers of
America chapters participated in
several worthwhile activities.
Each homemaking class, acting as
a separate unit wit in the chapters
selected their own officers, and held
monthly meetings during class.
Durin the Christmas season,
each FHgA unit undertook a special
pro'ect. Christmas stockings were
made and filled, and food and cloth-
ing were collected for needy per-
sons. Other units added money to
their treasuries by selling Christmas
ribbons and wrapping paper.
The chapters also attended a
city-wide meeting February 14. For-
mer Dallas Cowboy quarterback
Don Meredith highlighted the as-
sembly as a featured speaker. Held
at Daniel Me er Coliseum, the pro-
gram included music by the "Minor-
ityl' and an all-city chorus, com-
posed of representatives from each
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FUTURE SECRETARIES' ASSOCIATION
Secretarial Fields Explored b Club
Guest speakers, films, and field
trips added enthusiasm to the Fu-
ture Secretaries' Association, a
school club designed to give advice
to those interested in the secretarial
field. Held during Secretary Week in
April, the Career Day activity was
the most important event for the
FSA member. The girls were ex-
cused from a day of school to work
in offices as secretaries under the
supervision of members from the
National Secretaries' Association.
The most qualified member was
awarded the title of Miss FSA. This
honor was presented to Theresa
Probst during,-Secretar Week. A
written test determined the top three
girlsg then these, finalists were inter-
viewed before a panel of profession-
al businessmen and women to deter-
mine the winne'r.
This year's officers were senior
Theresa Probst, presidentg junior
Terre Buckelew, vice presidentg sen-
iors Shannon Swope, secretaryg and
linda Vaughan, treasurer.
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RCTC Units Study Weapons, Tactics
ROTC cadets took part in a varie-
ty of activities in addition to their
basic army training. Divided into
two com anies, the formed a iareci-
sion drill team, rum and uile
corps, and rifle team. Instructed y
Sergeants Herman Bresciani and
Chris Fitzgerald and commanded by
an all-cadet battalion staff, the corps
studied weapons training, military
tactics, and map reading.
A counter-guerilla team com-
posed solely of upperclassmen re-
ceived special training in tactics and
carried out maneuvers against other
area high schools. The drill team
participated in regional competi-
tions, and the rifle team had a suc-
cessful year with each member av-
egaging 250 points from a possible
Nine sponsors, each elected by the
battalion, planned extra-curricular
activities as well as forming their
own rifle team. Pre-holiday ' turkey
shoots" for all students were held to
raise money for trips and new
equipment. he corps was awarded
two trophies in the Benbrook Cele-
bration. Marching in the Veterans
Day parade, the drum and buglc
corps and color uards performed
along with other lgort Worth cadets.
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the corps for the members ol' thP faculty.
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Stun- Miki, Oufskyi Dolly Smith, 'Rgbcrt Johngqm. DRILL TEAMg FRONT ROWg Ggfv Pirtlv. FOI RTQH ROW: Bill Whittle-, Robert Gutivrrm. David Allen, David Uakv. FIFTH
Mann, Danny llewman. siczoivn ROW: Grqg Stvphf-ns, Marvin Ellogf-, E11 Me-lion, Davirl ROW: Guy Mvflaniol. flvfillll Qulim- Mike Jillbffl- lpn' Bllllflfls-
Cadets Receive Basie rrny Training
ACOMPANY: FRONT ROW:Gr Stephens, Bill Whinle. SECOND ROW:Miu-h Pirile, err Gutierrez. Robert Murphy. Bill Twidell. Sieve Myers. Michael Heerwagen, Dfwug
.limmy Hanson. THIRD ROW: BTR Stevens, Eniorv Polk, .leff Billin S. Alfred Mendez, Gomez. Pal Sharatt. BACK ROWY: Marvin Rllegv, Barry Bruton, Gerald Qnam, Ken Ru'
Marshal Johnson, David Dake, Kenneth Neuhaus, Ronny Hudman. FODRTH ROW: Rob- I'li0Fl. MH-Tk Sfllllh.
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B COMPANY: FRONT: Ed Melton. SECOND ROW: David Pricket, Roger Harmon, Truitt, Randv Merkel, Bill Pirtle, Robert Brooks, James Allen, Glen .Hausenf'luke, Jim
Dannv Newman. THIRD ROW: Mike Jalbert, Torn ParkS.J0l'1n Almaugar, Jim Mr'Daniel. Giles. FIFTH ROW: John Sides. Darrell Powell, Baron Presslev, Rick Warren, Rat Pierce,
David Cober. Phil Burnett, Allen Teel. Mike Doss. Don Chase. FOURTH ROW: Monty Baxter Knowles, Glen Hooper. BACK ROW: Chris Carlton. John Davis.
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Academics is the core around which the rest
of the school revolves. It is in the classroom
that Heights' students acquire the knowledge
with which they confront the challenges of a
World that demands more than mediocrity.
F RE SHMEN
Many of the unfamiliar faces seen during the
year at Arlington Heights were those of the first
reshman class in the school's thirty-three year his-
tory. Attempting to prove competent to carr out
the responsibili ies placed upon them, the flfesh-
men emerged certain that they could display the
leadership expected of them.
The excitement of Howdy Week was heightened
for the underclassmen by the anxieties and confus-
tion of computerized registration. Once the final
class schedules are completed, however, the 669
reassured ninth-grade students gradually slipped
into the busy life on the Hill and became part of
Heights' everyday activities.
At the conclusion of an experiment in science, Meme Ramsey writes out her observations.
First Freshman Class
Freshmen Pam Bass and Mary Heinecke add their voices to a Jacket football cheer.
A solemn Hez Balch ponders the experiences encountered in his first year on the Hill
Patty Bobb Favorites of Class of '73
Elected in the spring by the Fresh-
man Class, Patty Furey and Bobby
Smith were voted favorites. Patty
Furey had been named freshman
Howdy Queen in the fall Howdy
program. Active in Student Council
unctions, she was a member of both
Allied Youth and Young Citizens'
Forum. Sports enthusiast Bobby
Smith participated in football, base-
ball, and trac , earning membership
in the "A" Club. Bob y was also a
one year member of A lied Youth.
Finalists Ann Lindsay and Hous-
ton Kauffman were also involved in
school activities. A "Spirit of the
Hill' member, Ann was yudged Most
Beautiful girl of AHHS. Serving on
the public relations committee of
the Student Council, Houston
Kauffman layjed on the victorious
freshman fgot all team.
FRESHMAN FAVORITE FINALISTS:
ANN LINDSAY AND HOUSTON
F ledgling Thespians Stage Book Reports
Freshman English classes varied
their approaches to the ordinary
book report presentations. In addi-
tion to conventional reviews, the
underclassmen added color and va-
riety to their reports by acting and
dressing as the various characters
portrayed in their books.
In Miss Adele McClendon's
classes, make-shift props, authentic
costumes, and other special effects
added to the listeners' enjoyment
and created an atmosphere from
which the students could benefit
from the action. The spring semester
offered a new innovation centered
around a courtroom setting. Instead
of presenting a book report, the stu-
dent underwent questioning bg the
judge. Quickly skimming the ook,
the jud e questioned the student. At
the end of this interrogation, the
Lurty determined whether the book
a been read, with the judge an-
nouncingdthe jurylls verdict.
Mrs. artha elton's students
added to the effectiveness of their
reports on non-fiction books with
the use of unusual illustrative tech-
niques. The classes enjoyed demon-
strations involving foreign coin col-
lecting, the use of ski equipment,
and methods of playing the guitar.
ne Norris is amazed at Loyce Probst's poise and compo-
in her presentation of an oral book r6p0rI-
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Labs Give Training to Future Scientists
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the fresliman band and orchestra. he ensembles
were formed to allow an outlet for the talents of
The students, directed by Mr. George Carson,
performed at several functions throu hout the
year, includinglan appearance at open ouse.
Aside from aving fun, these musicians gained
technical proficiency as they prelpared themselves
to partici ate in the Symphonic and and Orches-
tra. The lgand rehearsed lpopular music, while the
string group played popu ar and classical composi-
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An upcoming musical performance requires many practice sessions for the newly formed freshman string ensemble.
Mr George Carson leads the freshman ensemble to a new level of achievement.
Lisa 1 MarDonell
.l oey Luke
Among members ol' the freshman band are Kitzi Blizvh. Gillian Gunn, and Mary Pritz.
Mary Kay Metrger
Making use ofa band saw, Robert Davidson rounds the edges ofa wooden keg.
"l dare you
to taste itll, taunts Debbie Griffith to Linda Wentz
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Mercer Elected to
Freshman Mack Mercer represented Al-IHS with
five other Heights' students at the city-wide Re-
gional Student Council meetings. These meetings,
eld throughout the school year, were opened to
any who wished participate or take an interest in
Mack was selected for this honor by members of
the school's Student Council. It was his res onsi-
bility to help solve such problems as hair antfjdress
standards which are faced by today's students.
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Catherine Anne Smith
Terry Smith 'Z
rea School Council
Mack Mercer, All City councilman escapm from school work to pracliee football
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ntieipation Creates Eager In olvement
Cynthia Sims, office assistant, prepares a brew for Mr. Ca.rter's coffee break.
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"Hold still a minute and I'll straighten your tieln quips Honey Burns to the Confederate dummy, Mor
tamus, as freshman colleague B11 Clemons adjusts an ear.
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Versatility is her key word, as Cheryl Berridge types and blows bubbles at the same time
FRESHMEN NOT PICTUREIJ
An ela Smith
Steve Sta les
Ste hen Szukies
Underclassmen cquire ew Prestige
Sophomores acguired a new feel-
ing o prestige an importance. For
the first time in Heights' history,
they found that their c ass could no
longer be tagged as "immature so-
pwhomoresu by the upperclassmen.
he newly arrived freshmen now
held the dubious distinction of
being the bottom class on the Hill.
Confused at the beginning! the un-
derclassmen adapte to t e unfa-
miliar surroundingls and became an
integral part of t e student body.
The new ideas and innovations of
the sophomore class contributed to
the ever changing high school life, as
thely played an increasingly respon-
sib e role in the academic and social
asplects of Arlington Heights High
The enthusiasm and vigor of the
Class of '72 promise to insure the
sound leadership and storm slpirit
which is traditional on the lylil .
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Kathe .lliiibrose to talk betliveen classes. y y 1 g ey are Jome y
Honors geometry student, ,lim Randolph studies his review sheet for an upcoming final. .lan Ivy pauses for a moment while writing tardy passes in the attendance office.
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SOPHOMORE FAVORITE: BECKIE RAY SOPHOMORE FAVORITE: CRAIG CAMERON
Classmen Select Beckie, Craig Favorites
Beckie Ray and Craig Cameron
gained recognition as class favorites
in the s ring balloting of the Sopho-
more Class. Alternate cheerleader
Beckie Ray served as vice president
of her homeroom. Crowned sopho-
more Howdy Queen in the fall pro-
gram, she took part in AY and CF
activities. An active participant in
varied sports, Craig Cameron
placyed on both the varsity football
an junior varsity basketball teams.
A homeroom president, Craigl also
received recognition as an onor
Finalists Debby Morris and Mark
Iones were elected by their class to
the Sipirit of the Hill. Involved in AY
and CF, Debby served on the deco-
rations committee of the Student
Council. Along with his participa-
tion on the varsity baseball team,
ral football and basketball.
Sophs Uffer Golf
Talents to Team
Tryouts were held in early September for stu-
dents hoping to become members of the Arlington
Heights' gol team. Out of the forty-five students
competing, twenty-five were selec ed. Twelve of
these team members were sophomores.
Coach Bill Kamenitsa reported that competition
was fierce among! the sophomores. The entire team
benefited from t eir knowledge of the game, team
loyalty, and never-failing spirit.
Of the sophomore plaiyers, Rusty Iacobs and
Robert Hoyt demonstrate outstanding leadership
and glolfing ability.
Alt ougl district games did not becgin until Feb-
ruary, pre iminary contests were hel to allow ex-
perience in actua game conditions.
Sophomore Rusty Jacobs putts out on Ridglea Country Club's ninth green.
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Chuck Lievrouw develops a picture, making use of special darkroom facilities.
Student Participation Interests Parents
Nestor de la Nlaza
Ro er Denton
ln preparation for the B-Team game against Northside, Sophomores Kathe Ambrose, Laurin Mastin, Kathy Cash, Alison Aldrich, Sherry Mit-
chell, Shelley Nowlin, Beverley Brown and Robyn Carter demonstrate their school spirit by painting signs to decorate the fieldhouse.
Spirited Sophomores Encourage B-Team
Michael E person
Sophomores played a vital role in
supporting the B- eam with their
attendance and spirit. Spurring their
and decorations displayed upon the
fieldhouse provin their loyalty and
sup' ort of the B eam
W e girls sometimes arrived as
early as six in the morning to hang
sggns. Occasionally, the decorating
o the fieldhouse proved to be a joint
effort, with the senior girls dra ing
signs on one side for the A-Tleam
and the sophomores placing them
on the other.
Decorative signs such as "De-Kilt
the Highlanders ' and "Nook North-
side" aroused the spirit of both the
student body and the football boys.
team on to victory, twenty sopho-
more girls spent hours painting signs
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Clif-vring on the- javlwts. Mark jones and Curtis Runion demonstrate new f'lv+'atChing twhniquc-S,
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Susan Strack enjoys the new policy of open study hall in the cafeteria,
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Open Study Halls Provide Flexibility
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Students Display Traditional Enthusiasm
Sophomores took active roles in
student affairs and activities. The
newly formed "Spirit of the Hill" or-
ganization became a major attrac-
tion, with the underclassmen plac-
ing nine members on the cub's
forty-nine member roster. The stu-
dents' interests were also drawn to
the cheerleading positions. Four
sophomores were elected by their
class to these honors.
Learning a variety of cheers and
movements, students competing for
the positions went through exten-
sive training. Following the election
of the four sophomore spirit rousers,
endless afternoons and nights were
spent lpracticintg for the upcoming
pefp ra ies and ootball games. Their
ef orts proved worthy of the time
spent, for they displayed the excep-
tional capabi ities and competence
that have maintained Heights' tradi-
Phyllis Ann Lucas
Debby Morris reflects disappointment over a Heights' defeat.
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Homemaking student Blanvhc Sanchez uses new skills to make a dress.
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English Classes isit Shakespearean Play
On September 27, in an assembly at the Casa
Manana theater-in-the-round, the so homore Eng-
lish classes, headed by Mrs. Glenna Edwards, saw
The Taming ofthe Shrew. Bus transportation pro-
vided by the school made the trip possible.
The event was the higlhlight of several days splent
in review of William S akespeare's literature. he
play depicted Petruchio, who wed and tamed an
ill-tempered woman, Katherine. This matinee per-
formance was a special activity intended to pre-
pare high school students for the study of another
hakespearean plaly - Iulius Caesar.
After the show, t e classes were allowed to take
art in a cijuestion and answer period with the Casa
anana layhouse producer. Students used this
first-hjand knowledge to write their reviews.
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route to The Taming of the Shrew, English classes brave the rain as they race to the buses.
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Melan e Valentine
Patti Jan Sant
Sherrie Van Wie
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Class of ,72 Becomes Part of the Hill
"Please don't take Buzzy McDermott, Mr. Nixong heis only sixteen!" pleads Julie Fields.
Marlene Johnson and Dave Buckalew enjoy music of "The Stixn at Homecoming.
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.lohn Alm er
Keith Cla ton
Tim Fisher and Louise Leonard double their pleasure as they watch a B-team football game.
SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED
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Wa ne Stokley
Rose Ann Touchon
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Decade in Growth
Emerging from their sophomore year with new
found maturity, +uniors took pride in their role as
upperclassmen. he Class of 71 began to prepare
for their senior year by finding dif erent ways to
lend their support to the schoo . Serving as o eer-
leaders, spirit club members, Student Council
oommitteemen, and as participants in student af-
fairs, they Were leaders in the making.
Sally Scott enjoys the fast-paced action at the Heights-Paschal basketball game.
Student Council Vice President Pat O'Malley gives the thumbs up sign to the Class of '7l.
A group of students in Mrs. Vaughn's first period English class, show the attention and concentration which mark the junior's progress through the year.
Paula, Ced Earn Iunior Class Honors
Iunior Class favorites Paula Iones
and Cedric Ioseph were elected by
their class during the spring semes-
An honor student and Student
Council alternate, Paula was active
in AY and YCF. She also served as
an alternate cheerleader. Sopho-
more class favorite Cedric Ioseph
was the leading scorer on the varsity
basketball team and was selected to
the All Tournament teams of both
the Optimist and Lions' Clubs in
preseason play. A
Finalists Gloria Zimpelman and
basketball starter Dale Donaldson
contributed to the sports ro ram at
Heights. As- two year cllxneelgleader,
Gloria. served on the decorations
committee for the Student Council.
Dale has been a member of the un-
ior Varsity and Varsity teams. Vlihen
not on the basketball court, he sup-
ported all Iacket sports.
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Talented Students Excel
Advanced art students instructed by Miss Mary Brad-
ford entered their best works in the Fort Worth Secondary
Schools' Art Show. Iuniors Cathy O'Neal, Alice Dickie,
and Robbi Craig ranked among the winners. Cathy 0'Neal
received a second place in crafts for her batik in addition
to a third pjlace award in rints. Honorable mentions went
to Alice ickie and Robbi Craig for their outstanding
art show was open to all area students on a high school
level. Prominent artists, art educators, and allery owners
judged the highly competitive contest helg last spring. p
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Winners of several art awards. Cathy O'Neal. Robbi Craig, and Alice Dickie. pause to admire a painting in abstract.
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Mar emit Cox
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Students See Two limit?
Sides of Education
Un a fast hinge-,Jim Dye speeds past Bill Armstrong in the Allied Youth-KFJZ basketball game.
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During study hall Greg Ferguson Danny Amos lim W tllianis 1 edric Jo tph and Freddn Piland find group studs helpful an well as enjoyable
Ellen F ricker
Frank Fuj eta
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Bill Baker, mechanical drawing student, carefully rechecks a
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Arlin on Heights was proudly represented b
Debbie ughes in the Miss Teenagle Fort Worth
pageant. In competition with three undred other
area high schoo girls at the Tarrant County Con-
vention Center last October, Debbie, a junior, ad-
vanced tothe semi-finals. The contestants were re-
quired to pass an intelligence test and were judged
on poise and talent, as well as ersonality.
In the talent competition, Deblibie presented her
rendition of "Camana," a semi-classical arrange-
ment by Darclay Allen, a modern day composer.
Having taken piano lessons for seven years, she is
seriously considering a career in music.
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Thinking of future competitions, Debbie Hughes practices a difficult piano piece at her home.
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ew Writing Skills
A weary John Vaughan ponders "over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten loref,
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B ron Mitchell
Embe r Mullins
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David My ers
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Joyously completing his term theme note cards, quoth John Vaughan, "Nevermorel"
With the increased enrollment at Arlington
Heights there came more clerical work and a great-
er need for teachers' assistants. Many active stu-
dents lent time during their study periods to help
with tasks such as keeping absentee records and
checking homework assignments, Personnel in the
attendance office wrote early dismissals and is-
sued tardy passes, while laboratory assistants
helped in preparing the varied apparatus for biolo-
gy and chemistry experiments.
Although wor ing for a teacher was difficult at
times, it had its rewards. Not only were the volun-
teers able to hear extra instruction in their chosen
subjects, they were also awarded "I" Club points.
Dino Phiri es
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Dar l Parnell
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Janie Harwell checks one of the test tubes she has been cleaning in the biology lab.
Two workers in the attendance office, Melinda Worrell and Janet Royer, record the day's absentees.
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Scott Benham uses his dip net to search an aquarium for guppies.
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Darden Enters International Competition
Maril n Ryan
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aried Sports Capture Iunior Interest
With the conclusion of the
school's regular football season, a
modified version of the sport ar-
rived at the Hill. Involving all stu-
dents who wanted to participate, in-
tramural football teams were estab-
lished under the supervision of Mr.
Don Price. These teams had re ular
season schedules and kept official
records of league standings.
Rules were altered to restrict tack-
ling. To end the play, a flag was
jer ed from the pocket of the ball
carrier by the opposing team. Infrac-
tions of the game were retained as
officials called penalities such as
pxass interference and offsides.
hile chain-gangs kept track of the
downs and yards on the revised 80
yard field, the cheering students
ur ed on their favorite team.
TNith the opqening of the South-
western Hoc ecy Clinic, juniors
Iimmy Baird an Ieff Newman be-
came interested in the fast moving
game. Clinic members practiced on
weekends at 6 A.M., earning the
skills of the game. Teams were
formed with participants scrimmag-
ing against each ot er.
Tim T' gart
Joe Wilson goes around right end as Guy Gordon leads the blocking during an intramural game.
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John Vau 'han
Lee Ann be-Stal
In a hm ke-y game at Will Rogers' Coliseum, Jimmy Baird attempts to break around a defensive man.
Marv Jo We-iiner
Caruly n Walker
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Class of 71 Looks
Toward Senior Year
Caro yn Willel
Billy Ray Bozarth
JUNIORS NOT PICTURED
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Ste hen Leach
Hugh Kirbie reviews for his iinal exams, a task which plagues seniors as the day of graduation nears. Ruth Ann Traynham shows senior Spirit at a basketball game
Leaving the halls of Heights for
the last time as students, 570 gradu-
ating seniors emerged seeking their
places in an increasingly complex
world. Outstanding moments of
their so homore and junior ears
includedjthe mock Presidentialyoon-
Gary McDaniel radiates with typically senior arrogance.
vention, the triumphant return of
the Summer Olym ics' bronze
medal winner, Ronniegvlills, and the
Yellow Iaoket baseball team's third
pfaee victory in the state playoffs.
ighlighting the senior year was the
newly reinstituted Ranch Day and
an all-nigjht party at Six Flags.
Their rief three year stay was
marked by periods of both elation
and dejeotion, culminating in the
superior feeling of at last being sen-
1ors. Gone, but not soon forgotten,
these were the seniors of 1970.
Joan Uberman and Lucy Richards are caught in a happy moment during a pep rally for the Trinity football game.
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The frustration of the football season is mirrored on the fave of Margaret Blair.
MR. AND MISS AHHS
Leadership Key to Mr. and Miss AHHS
Selected b their fellow students
as Mr. and Miss Al-IHS, seniors Pete
Ceren and Dawn Belew fulfilled the
responsibilities of upholding the
higl standards of leadership and
sc olarship which accompany the
honor. Nomination qualifications
for Height's highest honor were no
izenshi , for each re orting period.
Footbgall ca tain lyete Ceren led
the Student Council as president
and as representative to the Fort
Worth United High School Council.
Serving two years on the earbook
staff, he was a recipient ofX'I" Club
and Leonard's Awards. A member
grade below C and E averages in cit- of Allied Youth and Young Citizens
Forum, Petels outside activities in-
clude coon hunting and Young Life.
Dawn represented heights as a
cheerleader and served on the deco-
rations committee of the student
council making osters and banners
to further schooljspirit. She was also
a member of Allied Youth and a "I"
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Dawn supports both her team and her student body through cheerleading.
Pete's duties as Student Council president include presiding over executive board meetings.
During a pep rally. Dawn Belew and Pete Geren
nervously await presentation of their titles.
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Finalists' Interests Cover Wide Range
Mary Phillip's unusual interest in
law complemented her enjo ment
of skiing, swimming, and readllng. A
recipient of the "I" Club and Leon-
ard's Awards, Mar participated in
the Spirit of the lylil and was an
American Field Service member.
Constantly involved in school ac-
tivities. Kathv Sarsgard managed to
find time for her interest in piano.
As co-editor of the Yellow locket,
Kathy displayed the strong eader-
shilp and responsibility necessaryqto
pu lish a high schoo annual. a-
thy's position in Young Citizen's
Forum as Treasurer, in charge of
publicitg, utilized much of her time.
A mem er of the Student Council,
Kathy was a two year recipient of
both "I" Club and the Leonard's
Sports enthusiast, Walker Fried-
man was involved in football and
tennis. As senior class president,
Student Council delegate, and
homeroom officer, Walker was kept
busy performing school functions.
An 'HAH Club member, Walker re-
ceived both the Leonard's Award
and "I" Club Award. D l
En'oying out-of-door activities,
Dub Stocker found time for deer and
coon huntin , in addition to snow
skiing. An Club officer, Dub re-
ceived honorable mention fior All-
District play in football. Serving as a
homeroom officer and Student
Council representative, he received
both the I" Club and Leonard's
Graduating Class Favors Mary, Tyler
AHHS seniors chose Mary Phil-
lips and Tyler Pierson to represent
their class as favorites. A three year
Student Councilman and Senior
Class treasurer, Mary Phillips was
also a recipient of the "I" Club and
Leonard's awards. She su ported
her school throulgh her memlbership
in the Spirit oft e Hill. Sophomore
and Iunior Class favorite, Tlgfler
Pierson was crowned Howdy ing
his sophomore year. Tyler was ac-
tive in football, managing the team
his junior year and playing his sen-
Senior finalists Miriam Cole and
Bill Walter were active sports en-
thusiasts at Heights. A Spirit Club
member, Miriam also took an active
role in AY, YCF, and Young Life.
Miriam, a two year recipient of the
"I" Club Award, was an executive
board member of the Student Coun-
cil. Active in s orts, Bill Walter was
a letterman in goth football and bas-
ketball and was two year recipient
of "I" Club and Leonard's Awards.
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ALTRUSA AWARDEE: DANA PIERCE
Superior Scholarship, Citizenship Honored
Three senior boys were honored
as finalists in the National Merit
Kent Sattawhite was a member of
Allied Youth and Young Citizens
Forum, and spent his spare time as
an Explorer cout. A recipient of
Leonard's and "I" Club awards, he
has plans to attend California Insti-
tute of Technology.
As senior director, Woody Setzer
was active in the Science esearch
group for three years. He was a re-
ggonal delegate to the National
outh Conference on the Atom -
1969, in Chicago, and wants to study
at the University of Chicago.
Steve Woods received T' Club
and Leonard's Awards and was in-
terested in golf and science. He
hopes to major in electronics at Rice
Dana ierce was selected by a
committee of teachers to receive the
1969 Altrusa Award. Planning to
enter the business field, the senior
girl served as president of a Iunior
chievement complany. Dana was a
member of the orc estra and a twir-
ler with the band for three years.
The Good Citizen Award of the
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion or anization was presented to
Kath Earsgard, co-editor of the Yel-
low fbclset and an officer in Young
Citizens Forum. Kathy was chosen
by the student body as a Miss AHHS
finalist, and by the faculty as a
Who's Who awardee.
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NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: STEVE WOODS
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: KENT SATTAWHITE
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: WOODY SETZER
Five Develop Talents in the Fine Arts
Several Arlin ton Heights students earned spe- ' I
cial recognitiongor their outstanding work in vari- '
ous phases of the fine arts.
Involvement in the world of music influenced
the activities of singer Susan Haney. Active in the
Heights chorus, she performed in the double sextet
for three ears. Interscholastic comlpetition re- ""
sulted in adlmittance to the All-State c orus in her
Rinior year and a two-year membership in the All-
egion choir for Susan. She also serve as a home-
room officer and held membershl? in FHA.
As an advanced art student, aren Weinman
added to her classroom instruction with lessons at
Fort Worth's Art Center and Museum of Science
and History. She entered many of her works in
area showings, receiving an honorable mention for
a still-life print during her sophomore year. A
showing at the University of Dal as and a portfolio
display were amonglher pro'ects in 1970. Karen
also worked with t e Guerdon, contributing il-
lustrations for verses and stories.
Six-year ballet student Cloria Buckley danced in
many shows and programs, including perform-
ances in Turondo and Die Fledermous, given by
the Fort Worth Opera Association. Her dancing
group placed third in the 1969 Kiwanis Club "Stair-
way to the Stars" contest. Durinlg the summer of
1968, she studied at the Ieoffrey HH Center Ballet
in New York City. A member of Ba et Concerto, a
new Fort Worth group, Gloria taught children's
classes at the Margot Dean School of Classical Bal-
Iodi MacMurray dis layed a flair for actin HONORS CHORUS MEMBEKSUSAN HANEY
through work in Casa NI,anana, Scott Theater, and
AHH dramatic productions. A four-year student
at Casa, she wor ed on summer crews, served as
an afpprentice, and was admitted by audition to the
pro essifpncalll acting cg1ss.1Dc1rl5 pf! the TOXRI ofdthe
toirs, ristmus uro , an ice in on er-
lund were among her theater-in-the-round per-
formances. She was also in The Boyfriend at Scott
Theater, Spoon River at Heights and at Casa, and
complited her senior year with a major role in The
Also an enthusiastic actor, Bill Davie served as
presidergl of Footliggt- Pgayprslduring Lhef119fS9Ea970
season. e a peare in p ays eac o is ree
gearsl aft! Plefglpih Hortxrllaygng characters ini Eze
mo or o i ie C iver, Harvey, an e
Crucible. Actively involved in Casa Manana, Bill
was a member of the professional class and an ap-
ptrengce, and played in Rudolph the Red-Nosed
He also worked as assistant director for A Mid-
summer Night's Dream, presentinglthe comedy to
area high schools. As a senior, he elped with the
Mostest Contest as stage manager, and received a
leading part in The Crucible.
ADVANCED ART STUDENT: KAREN WEINMAN
BALLET TEACHER: GLORIA BUCKLEY
Most Studious, Most Athletic, and
Most Friendly were selected by the
student bod in elections siponsored
by the publications' staf s. Relpre-
senting Arlinglton Heights, t ese
seniors were c osen from nomina-
tions submittedgfy the four classes.
Don Malone, ost Studious boy,
was selected to Who's Who in judg-
ing by the faculty. A three yjear
member of Heights swim team, on
was named to the All-State team
and received Honorable mention on
the All-American relay team. An
honor student, Don was a one year
winner of the "I" Club Award and a
two year recipient of the Leonard's
Most Studious girl, Sharon Lo-
veall, was recognized as most tal-
ented in the annual Mostest Contest.
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A Who's Who awardee, Sharon
served on the executive board of
YCF and as vice president of AY.A
recipient of "I" C ub and Leonard's
Awards, Sharon served as a double
staffer, working on both the Guer-
don and locket Iournol.
Three year football letterman,
Doug Grif ey, was elected Most Ath-
letic. Selected for the second squad
of All-District, Doug ran track for
one year and was a three year "A"
.A member of the Fort Worth Ten-
nis Association, Sissy Cunter, Most
Athletic girl, played three years on
the Heights' tennis team. A two year
AY an YCF member, Sissy worked
on the senior girls' decorations com-
giftee to further the spirit of the
Bill Fuller, Most Friendly boy,
was elected vice president of the
senior class. Claiming a special in-
terest in sports, Bill served as bas-
ketball mana er and s orts' editor
for the Iocl-zetgjournol. ig Spirit Club
member, Bill was also actively in-
volved in AY, YFC, Young Life and
Student Council functions, and
served as vice president of the sen-
Who's Who awardee, Christy
Mercer was voted Most Friendly
girl. Her selection as .sophomore
owdy Queen marked the first of
many onors she was to achieve -
sophomore Howdy Queen, junior
favorite, senior cheerleader, Basket-
ball Queen, and a member of the
Homecoming Court in her senior
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Honors Awarded for Beaut
Exceptional talent among
Heights' students was recognized by
a panel of judgies in the annual Mos-
test Contest, ebruary 10. Sharon
Loveall received the award for Most
Talented girl for her performances
on the uitar and the piano. The
self-taugqit musician played two se-
lections of folk music. Most Tal-
ented boy, Bill Iackson, won his title
with his arrangement of Ian Ander-
son's "Bouree, ' platyed on the flute.
A three year ban and orchestra
member, Bill also plays the bass,
piccolo, and banjo and recently per-
ormed in the 'Minority," a olk
Ann Lindsay, freshman favorite
MOST TALENTED: SHARON LOVEALL AND BILL IACKSON
finalist, was named Most Beautiful
after being chosen by the student
body in preliminary competition.
She competed with seniors Shaleen
Smith anddoan Uberman. Football
letterman huck Taylor took Most
Handsome honors over senior final-
ists Walker Friedman and Mike
MOST BEAUTIFUL: ANN LINDSAY AND MOST HANDSOME: CHUCK TAYLOR
Outstanding Seniors Chosen by Teachers
WHO'S WHO: DUB STOCKER AND CINDY MARIETTA
The Who's Who nomination one
of the most sought after honors at
Arlington Heights, was awarded to
fourteen senior girls and boys,
based on qualities of leadership,
ideals, and service by a vote of the
Co-editor of the Yellow Jacket,
Cindy Marietta also serve as a
three year staff member of Guerdon.
An alternate to the Student Council,
Cindy was a two year recipient of
both the "If Club and Leonard's
Football Letterman Dub Stocker
was a two year member of the "A"
Club. A two year recipient of both
the "I" Club and Leonard's Awards,
Dub served on the elections commit-
tee of the Student Council. Presi-
dent of his homeroom, Dub was
honored as a Mr. AHHS finalist.
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Students Earn Honors for Participation
National Merit finalist Kent Sattawhite was a
two year recipient of the Leonard's Award. In ad-
dition to his membership in both AY and YCF,
Kentiwas a one year "'I' Club winner.
Student Council president Pete Geren was voted
Mr. AHHS. Active in football and track, Pete was
elected captain of the football team and secretar -
treasurer of the "A" Club. A two year Yellow Lock-
et staff member, Pete was a recipient of bot the
"I" Club and Leonard's Awards.
Voted Most Studious boy, Don Malone
consistently maintained high sc olastic standin s
and was a two year recipient of the Leonarcgs
Award. A three year member of Heights' swim
team, Don was named to the All-State team and re-
ceived Honorable Mention on the All-American
Iudgled Most Talented and voted Most Studious
girl, S aron Loveall served as a Senior class Steer-
ing Committee member. A "I" Club and Leonard's
Award recipient, Sharon was named to the execu-
tive board of YCF and was vice president of AY.
Co-editor of the Guerdon, Becky McDuff was a
two year staff member of both the annual and
newspaper staffs. Her position as secretary on
AY's executive board provided a stepping-stone to
vice president of proLects and finance on the
SWAY council. A mem er of the International AY
Council, Becky was a recipient of both "I" Club
and Leonardis Awards.
National Merit finalist Woody Setzer, served as
Senior Research Director of the AHHS Science Re-
search Group. Selected as a delegate to the Youth
Conference on the Atom, Woody took part in the
NSF Summer Science Training Program. An honor
student, he received the "I" Club and Leonard's
WHO'S WHO: KENT SATTAWHITE
WI-lO'S WHO: PETE CEREN
WHO'S WHO: SHARON LOVEALL
WHO'S WHO: WOODY SETZER
WHO'S WHO: DON MALONE AND BECKY MCDUFF
WHO'S WHO: LUCY
Seniors Noted for Activities, Leadership
Slpirit of the Hill member Lucy
Ric ards served as co-chairman of
AFS. A representative on the Stu-
dent Council, Lucy was a one year
recipient of the "I' Club Award and
a twodyear winner of the Leonard's
Senior Class president Walker
Friedman served as president of his
homeroom and alternate to the Stu-
dent Council. A football letterman,
Walker was a finalist for both Mr.
AHHS and Most Handsome.
President of the Spirit.of the Hill
organization, Margaret Blair served
on the executive board of the Stu-
dent Council two years. A recipient
of both the "I" Club and Leonard's
Awards, Margaret served as Dean's
Assistant two years.
Serving as senior cheerleader,
Christy Mercer was elected Howdy
Queen her sophomore year, class fa-
vorite her junior year, and Most
Friendly her senior ear. A recipient
of both the "I" Club and Leonard's
Awards, Christy was a three year
member of the Student Counci .
Slports editor for the Yellow jock-
et, illy Davis served on the annual
staff three years. Com eting in track
during his junior andpsenior years,
Billy won several meets in his spe-
cialty, the shot put. Billy was a mem-
ber ofthe "A" Club and a two year
recipient of both the "IH Club and
Recirgient of the DAR Award,
Kathy arsgard served as co-editor
of the Yellow jacket. A Miss AHHS
finalist, Kathy was treasurer of the
YCF executive board and secretary
of her homeroom. Winner of the "I '
Club and Leonard's Awards, she
served as Student Council alternate.
WHO'S WHO: CHRISTY MERCER
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WHO'S WHO: KATHY SARSGARD
WHO'S WHO: BILLY DAVIS
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The St-riior Class Ot'i'ir'v1's. vlwtefl in D01'enib4'r are Christi IVIt'l'!'l'I'. svvrc-tary: Bill Fuller. xim-
piw-sitlvrltz Marx Phillips. II't'ilSllTl'I'1 Walker lsriwclriiziii. pn-sifiviit.
FHA, l vr.
lClub, AY, 2 yrs.g Football, I vr.g Ten-
nis, 2 vrs. '
Band, 3 yrs.g Lab Rand, 3 vrs.g Lab
Asst., l yr.g AY. '
JAMES E. ALLISON
DE, 2 rs.
LYNN ONA AMIVIONS
SC. 3 vrs.g YI, I Nl'.1,I Club, 2 vrs.g I.A,
2 yrsf I '
AY, 2 yrs.g Chorus, 3 vrs.g Honor Cho-
rus, l yr.: ROTC, 3 vrs.
TERRY ANABLE I
AY, 2 yrs., ROTC, 3 yrs.: Chorus, 2
AY, l yr.
JAMES FRANK ANSLEY
JrH, I yr.
Ytllf. 3 yrs.: Truck. fl yrs.: Letterman
Football. l Nr.: A Club.
LAWRENCE JOSEPH AUSTIN
AY, 3 yrs.: Track, 3 yrs.
Elected By Class
In December, the Senior Class elected four out-
standin students to plan and administer the ac-
tivities Eor their final year of hi h school. Those en-
trusted with these res onsibRities were Walker
Friedman, presidentg gill Fuller, vice presidentg
Mary Phillips, treasurerg and Christy Mercer, sec-
President Walker Friedman served on the Stu-
dent Council for two years and lettered in football
and tennis. I-Ie received both the Leonard's Award
aaid "I" Club pin and served his homeroom as pres-
Bill Fuller has managed the basketball team for
three years and partici ated actively in intramural
sports. In addition to ein vice' president of the
senior class, he was a memier of the Spirit of the
Hill and recognized as Most Friendly.
Christy Mercer served on the Student Council
for three years and was a recipient of the "I" Club
and Leonard's Awards. She was also elected Bas-
ketball cbueen and Most Friendly.
Mary hillips served on the Student Council for
three years and represented her homeroom as pres-
ident. A recipient of both the "IH Club and Leon-
ard's Awards, she was also a member of the Spirit
of the Hill.
JJ: HR De-vnrations.
Tri-Hi-Y. I'rm-s.: AY, I Yr.
KAREN NIAY BERREY
Debatt-'CluIu. 3 Yrs.: LA. I Yr.:IClnI1. I
Yr.: YCF. I Yr, I
JERRY W. BEYER5
Football. I5 Yrs.: Baseball. 2 Yrs.: IIR
Offivvr: A Clula. 2 Yrs. A
DAYID MARSHALL BIRDWELL
AY. 3 Yrs.: YCF. 3 Yrs.: Dcbatv Club:
FPI. 2 IYFS. '
MARGARET L. BLAIR
SDH. I Yr.: SC. 3 Yrs.: YCF. Se-WY: ,I
Clull. 2 Yrs. ' '
MARY ANITA BLAKE
II: Guerdfm: YCF, Exec. Board: AY,
AY. 3 Yrs.: YCF. 3 Yrs.: LA: FHA. I
NIARTHA W. BLOOR
SC. I Yr.: FI'l. I Yr.: YCF. 12 yrs.:
Tcachfxr Asst., 2 Yrs.: Orch., I Yr.
MIKE BLUE ' '
Football. I yr.: Hi-Y. I Yr.: PI-I Asst.. I
AY. I Yr.: I.II4lI'l1i. 12 Yrs.
BARBARA E. BOLTON
FHA: SC: 'lbpn-ka. Kansas: Major:-ttf-.
1 Yr.: Ala-Yamlria. Luuisiana: Bantl, 2
Rotlx-0 Cluln. Tvxas Militarv Inslitutv:
San Antonio. Te-Yas. I
GLENN RAY BACON
Gorman rjlnh. 2 Yrs. I '
WILLIAM ANDREW BAIRD
Bantl. 12 yrs.
CHARLES CARY BAKER
AY. 3 Yrs.: YCF. I Yr.
BETTY .I A N Nl E'Iq'I'E' BARRET
DL.1Yr.:YtIF. I Yr.: AY. 2 Yrs.: FIIA.
2 Yrs.: Cnrnam-luv High Schobl. Cunnan-
DONNA RAE BARTON
Folk Musi1'CluIr. 2 Yrs.:Frm-n4'hCluI1.2
Yrs.: National Ilonbr 501:14-IY. 3 Yrs.:
Kuhasaki High S4-hool, Okinawa: FTA,
AY. 2 Yrs.: YCF: AFS: Tcavln-r Assl.
BRAD 'Bl-IA RD
AFS. 3 yrs.: AY. 2 Yrs.: YCF. I Yr.
Coll' Tvam. I3 Yrs. I
CHRISTIE IC. BEARD
SOH. I Yr.: AY, Exvtt. Board: YCF. 3
AY. 2 Yrs.: YCF. 2 Yrs.: FHA. I Yr.:
Counse-Iur Asst.. I Yr. '
PANI BEDRICK '
Miss AIIHS: CI14-vrlvader. 2 Yrs.: SC. 2
Yrs.: I I.lulr.
Twirln-r. 3 Yrs.: .I Club. I Yr.: LA. I Yr.:
Students Stud Computer Technolog
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, I vr.g DE, I vr.
TRUDYE BOONE 1 '
AY, 3 vrs., Ex:-C. Board, SC, I Yr., LA.
I Vr.g ,I Club, 2 vrs. ' I
AY, I vr.: Advanved Chemistrv, I Yr.,
Latin Club Trcasg FNA, Radford High
iOHQ HR Pros., 1 yr., AY, 2 vrs., Bio.
JAMES E. BRACKETT
AY, I vr.g FHA, I yr.g GAA, Vandin
Hi h Sihool Calif
AY, I yr. ,
AY, 3 yrs., Red Cross Rep., I yr,g YCF, 1
2 vrs.g HR Officer, 3 Vrs.
LARRY BBAWNER I 1
AY 2 wrs Intramural Football 1 yr l
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is the craziest typewriter I have Pwr seen. No matter how lightly I touch the keys it tears a holv in the PHPPTEI P01113-fks Ilafnvll VUmPU1f'f Studfmt I0hn Dine?"
AY. l xr.
ROBICRT BURK BRICENI
AXIS yrs.1YCF. l yr.. I.ahAss1.. I yr
Base-lulll. 1 xr.
MOIRA EIJZABI-T'l'lI BRFNNAN
AY . 2 xrs.g HR Dm-urnlions. 1 xr.: HR
Offiu-r. l yr.g YCF, 2 xrs. Y
CRRIS H. BRONSTAD
AY. l xr.
GLEN IJ. BROOKS
SL. l yung LA. 1 yr.: .I Club. 1 yr.
Tri-Hi-Y. 2 vrs.g YCF, 2 Vrs.
CHRIS BROWN 1
AY. 3 vrs.g JrH. 1 yr.3 YCF. 2 yrs.
DIANA GAIL BROWN
Dwarfs Asst.. 1 vr.g HR Omer-r. 2 yrs
JL AY. 3 yrs. V
Golf 'IX-um. 2 yrs.
RICHARD BRLCF BROWN
AY. 3 yrs.. Exec Roardg YCF. 12 yrs
WILLIAM NI. BROWN
RONALD PALL BRLCE
AY. 3 Yrs.: YCF. 2 xrs.: Hisl. Asst..
DECAL .I Club. 2 yrs.: LAQ SC.
Long Hours T pif
Unnoticed but vitally important to the success of
the Heilghts' sports proglram were the athletic man-
agers. hose not direct y involved with the teams
did not realize the true extent of their efforts.
Assisting the basketball sqluad were seniors Bill
Fuller and Dean Brown, whi e the football manag-
ers were Steve Sallman and Martin McDonald.
Their hectic days began long before practice ses-
sions with the preparation of the locker room and
equipment. During workouts, the managers were
present to help the coaches and players, often a
chin stra or some article of clothing would need
re air. Charged with the maintenance of the
scTiool's athletic supplies, they were required to
clean up after ractices and provide towe s for the
next session. Ipor these boys, satisfaction came in
the knowledge of a job well done.
Lives of Managers
Basketball managers Bill Fuller and Dean Brown combine their efforts in an attempt to block a
shot by Cedric ,Ioseph as they help out during a practice session.
FHA, I yr., AY, I vr.
LARRY 'CLAY '
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., JrH, Golf
Team, 2 yrs.
ROTC, 3 yrs., Tennis Team, 3
yrs., All-Citv Colonel.
BONITA NANCY CLIFFORD
AY, 3 vrs., Lab Asst., 2 yrs.,
JrH, I vr., FHA, I yr.
Chorus, 3 yrs., AY, I yr., YCF, I
SOH, I vr., AY, 2 yrs., YCF.
MIRIAM MAC COLE
SOH, I yr., SC, 2 yrs., I Club,
AY, 2 yrs.
Tri-Hi-Y, I vr.
Football, 2 yrs., Baseball, 3 yrs.,
AY, I yr.
MORRIS NEAL COOPER
Baseball, 3 yrs., Basketball, I yr.,
Band, I yr:
SHERRYL JEAN CORBITT
FHA, I yr.
FHA, 2 yrs.
Football Queen, Sportsmanship
Committcc, 3 yrs., SOH, I yr.,
SC, I yr.
AY, Il yrs.: YCF. I yr.: 'llelavlie-r Asst.:
RICHARD K. CRAIG
AY, 2 yrs., FPI. l yr.
AY ICH-1'. Board, YIIF. 3 Yrs., AFS. 2
yrs., SC, Dev. IIOIIIIIIIIICCIQ Swimming
Team, Youn Republicans, JrH.
BARBARA SUE CIIMBERLIN
AY, I yr., Teacher Asst., l yr., FHA
FHA. l Yr., AY. I yr., DECA Trl-as., l
PATRICIA JEAN DANIELS
.I Club, 2 yrs., SC Alt., l yr., Jr. Red
Cross Pres., l vr., JJ. ' ..
CAROL DARWIN A E 5
DE, l vr., AY, 2 vrs. A I T
scorr H. DAUIDENKO ,,.,.....55
AY, 3 vrs., YCF, 3 vrs.
1. WAYNE DAVIDSON ' -
AY. 2 yrs., lntra. Basketball, I vr., ,
YCF, I yr. n
JAMES CHRIS DAVIDSON
AY, 3 vrs., Football. I vr.,Tra1'k, l vr.
ROBERT VII. DAVIE I I
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., JrH, 2 yrs., J
Club, I yr., LA, l yr. '
WIILLIAAI R. DAVIE
FPI, JJ, Spanish Club Ofilccr, AY,
YCF, JrH. 4
BILLY BRYAN DAVIS
YJ, 3 yrs., Track. 2 yrs., J Club, 2 yrs.,
LA, 2 vrs.
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Football manager Martin McDonald watches over
team equipment during half time.
Band, 3 vrs., Orch., 3 vrs., FPI, 3 yrs
Carman Club, 2 yrs. '
lntra. Basketball, 2 Vrs.
JOHN LESLIE DERDEYN
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3 rs., AFS.
Football, Travk. 3 yrs.
WILLIAM DAVID DIETZ
lntra. Basketball, l yr., AY, 2
JOHN L. DILLEY
Llivss Llub, l yr.
RICHARD PHILLIP DIXON
SC, I yr., LA, I yr.
JAMES E, DOCGETT
DE, 1 yr., AY, I yr.
MERRY SUSAN DOLSON
Chorus, I yr., FHA, I vr., IRC-
Ja. I V., -. I .,,.V iz Lyyx VAWMY,
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"Just one quick little sip, Der Wye will never knowf, sneakily
svhemes Der Feuhrer. Rae Wisdom.
Guerdon, AY, 2 yrs., ROTC, 2 yrs.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, I vr., Chorus, I yr
LINDA DOVE I
C-AIL ELIZABETH DOW
AY, 3 vrs., FPI, l r., Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs
AY, 2 yrs.
SUSAN LYNN DLFF
Offive Asst., 2 vrs., AY, 2 yrs., FHA, I
Vr., Chorus, I iyr. 1
Band, 3 rs., DE, I yr.
AY, I vr.
ROBERT VICTOR DUNCAN
AY, 2 vrs.
STEPHEN W.-XI.'I'ER EDEN
Band. 3 yrs.: EPI. 3 yrs.
Band. AY. IZ yrs.
Pep Clulmg Minot Hifh School, IVIinul,
Norlh Dakota. AY, In yr.g YCE, I yr.g
FHA. I yr.
.IAN R. ELLEDGE 'Ax
BJ. I yr.: .I Club, I yr.: LA. I xr.
Teacher Asst.. I yr. '
DEBORAH ANIN ELLIS
Frvnvh Club. East:-rn Hills High
Sclioolg AY: YCFg FHA.
I0 ANN ELLIS
AY. 2 yrs.. flllivz- Asst.: Lab Asst.. I
yr.: .IRC I yr.
I Club: LA: II: SC. 2 yrs.
HOLLY ELLISTON '
AY. 3 yrs.g YIIF, 3 yrs.: Lab Asst., 2
MICHAEL LEE ENGLISH
Baskvtball, 3 vrs.g Track, 2 vrs.
LINDA ESTES i
AY. 2 yrs.
AY. 3 yrs.g Chorus. I yr.g Hi-Y, I yr.g
DEEA. I yr. I
RANDALL LEE EAIHIILO
AY, 3 yrs.g YCF, I yr.g Teavlier Asst.. I
"Drink any more of my hand lotion. and it's off to lhv Russian front." warns a vhapped Luana Vanw
Senior Woody Setzer was honored by his selec-
tion as one of eight delegates to the 1969 Youth
Conference on the Atom. elected after considera-
tion of academic grades, class standingks, and inter-
est and excellence in science, the eig t delegates
were sponsored by the Texas Electric Service
Company. Payling all expenses, TESCO sent the
teenagers to t e nationa convention in Chicago,
held ctober 23-25.
The theme of the conference, which primarily
involved geoph sics and meteorology, was "The
Structure of M5an's World." Approximately 700
high school students and teachers received an "au-
thoritative and inspiring picture of the promise of
the eaceful atom in its various apxplicationsf'
Tffe delegates from all parts of t e country met
and discussed common interests at several break-
fasts and luncheons. Especiall noticeable to
Woody was the genial atmosplifere which pre-
vailed. Few regulations or restrictions were im-
posed: the participlants were there for the purpose
of learning, and t ey acted responsibly.
DEBORAH KAY FARRIS
HR Officer, 3 yrs., I Club, AY, PE
EDGAR MYERS FELD
AY, 3 vrs., YCF, 2 yrs., HR Officer, 3
yrs., FPI, I r.
AY, I yr., FHA, I vr.
ROBERT LESLIE FLORANCE
SC, I yr., I Club, I yr., Baseball, 3 yrs.,
HR Officer, 3 yrs.
CONNIE FAYE FLORES
FHA, I yr.
WILLIAM HENRY FRANCIS
Debate Club, 2 rs., YCF, 2 yrs., AY, 3
Ers., Chess Clufi, I yr.
JAMES PHILIP FRASER
Football, I yr., Track 2 yrs., AY, YCF.
Sr. Class Pres., SC, 2 yrs., Football, 2
Hs., Mr. AHHS Finalist.
ENNETTE BENJAMIN FRUCE
YCF, AY, Baseball.
JOHN WILLIAM FULLER
SC, I r., SOH, I yr., Sr. Class Vice-
Pres., Basketball Manager, 3 yrs.
FSA, I yr., FHA, I yr.
Woodrow Setzer pursues his scientific interests in laboratory research at .school
AMBROSE MILES FARRIS
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., HR Officer.
P4-p Club. 1 yr.: Italian Club. 1 yr.:
Cll1't'l'll'Lllll'I'. I vr.: Nlituni. Fl...
.IANIHS IRA GARRISUN
Jlflub. IZ ws.: YCF. 1 xr.: AY. 1 yr.:
Teavhe-r Asst.. 2 Vrs.
NORA FAYE GARTMAN
'I'eat'l1e'r Asst., 2 yrs.: FHA. 1 yr-
I'RICS'l'UN M. GFRFN
Stutlvnt Both Prnrs.: l"uullmll, li xrs
Ca tain: YI. 2 vrs.: Mr. AHHS.
LINDA S. GESCH
Syirit Club. I vr.: Ruslwtlmll. I yr.:
FlIIA. 12 yrs.: Wall. Tn-x.
CRICCORY WILLIAM CIVIQNS
AY. 1 xr.: 'l'ri-Hi-Y. 3 xrs.: 01111-0 Asst.
SC. 1 vr.1 SDH. 1 yr.: Ruse-lmll. 3 yrs.:
Baskvtlmull. 2 wrs.
SHFl.l.lIC MARIE GOSNICLI,
SC, 1 vr.: LA. 2 yrs.: .l Club, 2 yrs.:
WILLIAM ALLAN CRANIMER
SDH. I wr.: LA. I Yr.: IIR Ul'l11'er. I
yr.: ,I Llub. I yr.
RHUNIJA DENISE GRAVES
AY. 3 xrs.: YCF. 3 vrs.: FHA. l xr.:
Teacher Asst.. I yrf '
DOICLAS NIALCONIF CRIFFEY
Football. 3 vrs.: A Club. 2 yrs.
BI. 2 vrs.g AY, I vr.
DIANE NI. CRIGCS
YCF. l yr.: AY. 3 vrs.: FSA. I yr.:
FHA. 1 yr. '
AY. 3 Yrs.: 'I'rt11'k: JRC: YCF. 2 vrs.
.IACKIE GRINNI-1I,l. '
RICNFE MARIE GRISSOM
LOUISE ANN CRUZIER
AY. I yr.
l'A'I'RICK BRIAN HAMLIN
AY, 2 yrs.: Teavhe-r Asst.
AY, I5 yrs.: YCF. 1 yr.: FHA. I vr.
RITA JOYCE HAND '
Tvnnis, Como High School: FHA:
LYNDA JEAN HANFS
SIISAN ANNF'I"I'E HANEY
All-State Chorus. 1 Yr.: I Club. I vr.:
FHA. 3 vrs. ' '
Gulf. 3 Yrs.: Distrivt Medalist, 2 yrs.
TONY C. HARGROYE I
AY. 2 vrs.
Intra. Basketball: AY. 1 yr,
AY. 3 vrs.: YCF. 1 wr.
Football. 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs.: A Club, 2
LINDA KAYE HENSHAW
FHA, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3 yrs.,
All-City Orch., I yr.'
Tri-Hi-Y, AY, I yr., Teacher Asst., I
..,,,.i-JY' LINDA JOYCE HINES
Orvh., 3 yrs, FHA, I yr., AY, 3 yrs.,
counsvlof Asst., I yr. i 1
MARK ROBERT HINES
Football, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3
yrs., A Club, 2 yrs.
AY, 2 yrs., DE, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr.
MIKE HOGLIE I
Football, I yr., Thomas Ieftlcrson High
Svhool. San' Antonio I
RHONDA GAYLE HOPKINS
AY, I yr., FHA, I vr.
MELLAIIRIE SUE HOPPIN
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr., FHA, I yr.: II.
WILLIAM SULLIVAN HORN
AY, I yr., Cheerleader, I vr., Intra.
Basketball, 2 yrs. '
FHA, 2 yrs., Chorus, 2 yrs., Teacher
Asst., I vr.
VICKI JEAN HOWARD
- AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., Teacher Asst.,
y- Office Asst., I yr.
:J MARILYN JEAN HOYT
AY, 2 yrs., FRI, 2 yrs., Oftive Asst., I
yr., Teacher Asst., I yr.
DE, 2 yrs.
Having knocked Larry Trammel from his steed, an exultant Dennis Donaldson advances for the kill in a joust staged by Mrs. Oleta Epps' honors English vlass
Age of Chaucer
During the fall semester, the senior En lish
classes made a thorough study of Geoffrey CTiau-
cer and the Middle Ages in England. Through spe-
cial assi nments, classes tau ht b Mrs. Oleta Epps
depicte typical life styles OT thehliistorical period.
Various projects inc uded scaled drawin s of
medieval castles and individual reports on itera-
ture concerning King Arthur and His Knights of the
Hound Table and Morels Uto ia.
ln addition to their study oif Canterbury Tales,
Mrs. Patricia Sullivan's and Mrs. Daisianne
Younger's senior classes presented short skits. Pre-
paring make-shift costumes and props, the stu-
dents produced an educational, yet enjoyable,
view o the many ilgrims who left London for
Canterbury. A dialbgue between two minstrels
began the show, followed b short introductions of
the various characters. Old English refreshments
of cheese and pastries were served following the
portrayals concluding the study.
Quite an unusual attraction was a contest staged
by two ofMrs. Ep s' students. Larry Trammell, the
white knight, and, Dennis Donaldsom, the black
knight, battled in a joust on horses rovided by
Steve Dennis. The event was viewedlb curious
classmates and covered by newsmen for lbcal tele-
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De-an Ramsey and Kaye Snyder q't'St'IlI the prologue to Geoffrey Cliauve-r's Canterbury Tales as
Rob:-rt McCauley and .lvnnifer 'alton wait their turn during an Lnglisli class pI'OJt't'I.
LYNN Hl CllliS
.l.l lfllitor: TJIIVFIXUII.
lllt Ofliu-r. l yr.: Ollive Asst.. 12 yrs.:
AY. 3 yrs.. YCF, 3 yrs. I
llll.l.lE Hl TSOY i
S1'lt'lll'l" Club: Football: Lalw Vlortli
Fll-X l yr
C1-rinan Club Pres.. l yr.: Lab Bauul. 3
yrs.: Band. 3 yrs.: Orcliestra. l xr.
JIMMY pox .lixyiizs
iiyyiri Jouysox Y V
Stull:-nt Asst.. l yr.: H CF. 2 yrs.: AY .l
yr.: ROTC 5 yrs.
ROBERT WAllRl'lN ,loHNsoN
.l.l: ROTC. l yr.: Ritlr- Team. 3 yrs.
BARBARA ANN .lONlTS
l.A. 2 yrs.: .l Club. 2 yrs.: HR Otlirvr. fi
yrs.: AX. .5 yrs.
DEBORAH l.liIl7lNl'I TONES
FHA. l yr.: AY. l yr.: Library Club.
JAH' DEE JONES' by 4 N
AX Pres.. l yr.: Coll. l yr.: Nl. .5
yrs.: FTA. l yr.
AY. l vr.: Teacher Asst.. 2 yrs.: Annual
is.-f XY l yr
Footliall. l yr.: Clivy-rl:-afler. 2 yrs.: HR
Ollie-wr. 2 yrs.: AX. .5 yrs.
Designed to prepare girls for mar-
riage and later responsibilities, the
Home and Family Living course
served as an aid for domestic duties.
Projects such as field trips to the
home economics department of Tar-
rant County junior College and ses-
sions with counselors from the Fam-
ily Counseling Service highlighted
the year for the predominately sen-
Home experiences, a major por-
tion ofthe elective course, were de-
signed to give the girls an opportuni-
ty to wor on their own outside of
c ass. Child care, money manage-
ment, and family relations were
only a few of themany projects in-
tended to vary students' experi-
In conjunction with the holiday
season, the thomemaking classes
created Christmas ornamens to en-
hance home decorations. A toy
chest, constructed as a special proj-
ect, was filled with gifts and donat-
ed to a home designated b the girls.
A tasting party was held during the
Christmas season, enabling the girls
to exchange their Christmas recipes.
Collect To s for Children
-- 1 s . RNS.
Sharon Crabb adds the finishing touches to an angel hair Christmas tree, her project for the holiday season.
DONALD EARL KELLEY
Basketball, 3 vrs.g AY, 2 vrs.g Teacher
Asst. ' 1
FHA: AY. l vr.: YCF. l vr.: EPI. l vr.
THERESA ANNA KEMP '
J Club, l yr., SC, 3 yrs., Otlit-v Asst., 2
vrs.g AY, 2 vrs.
AY, 2 vrs.
YCF, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Teacher Asst.,
Srienvt- Club, l vr., Lab Asst., l vr.
NANCY ANN KITE ' '
YCF. 2 vrs., AY. 2 yrs., FHA, l vr.:
FPL 1 yr. ' '
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, l yr., HR Oftlver, 3
vrs.g Otlire Asst.
KAREN ANN KNAPP
Orch., 2 vrs., DE, l vr., DECA. l vr.,
Teacher Asst., 3 vrs. n
RANDALL ROY KOCH
Baskt-tlmll, l yr., S anish Club. 2 wrs.,
Math Club, 2 vrs.g Hack, l vr.g Couhtrv
Dav Svhool. v ' '
Travk. 3 yrs.: A Club, 2 vrs., AY. 3 Yrs.
KARL A. KOMATSL ' l
AY. 3 yrs.: YCF, Exec. Board, YJ. 3
vrs.g Cheerleader, l vr.
DAVID KROON '
AY, 2 vrs.g YCF, 2 vrs., JrH, l vr.
GEORGE KRUZICK '
YCF, 3 yrs., Exec. Board, JrH, 2 yrs.,
AY, l yr., Lab Asst.
AY. 2 yrs.: FHA. I yr.: YCI5. I yr.:
Fairlyurii High Svlioolzr Fairborn. Ultima.
SC. Rlglllllill IImufrI:Tra1'k,3 yrs.: City
Cllamp. Cross Cuuntryg Eootlulll, 22 yrs.
AY. 3 yrs.: YCF. I yr.: I Clulv. 2 yrs.:
HR Ollive-r. 3 yrs. '
LINDA NIARY LANOIE
Chorus. I yr.: DE. I yr.: DEIIA. I yr..
AY. 3 yrs.
Basvbiill. I yr.
AY. 2 YT5-1 YCE. I y'r.g Bzislwtlvull. 2
vrs.g 'I'rzu'k. 3 yrs.
JAMES IIOWARD LEMAY
AY, 2 yrs.: Ttfnnis. 3 y'rs.g Soir-111-0 Rm--
search Club, I yr.
DANIEL MARVIN LEONARD
AY. I yr.: YIIE. I Yr.
AY. 2 yrs.: YIIE. 3 yrs.: FHA. I vr.
JOHN l.I-ISENIAN I '
Football. I5 yrs.: Basfyball. 12 yrs.: A
Cluli. LZ yrs.: YCF. I yr.
AX.fIyrs.:I1.I'. 2 yrs.
CATIIY ANN LEWIS
AY. 3 yrs.: YIIF. 3 yrs.: YJ Rvp.
in K :S
Rubin NIINQ-1-ly. Katie Nlvlllain. aml Rounm- Grams pre-purv L1 vhest maclz- by tl
11- IIOHIFIHBIQIHKIZ 1-lass:-s at Christmas time fur marrying toys tu a t-hildrvrfs home.
Upperclassmen Awarded for Creativit
LORRAINE V. LEWIS
Band, 1 yr., DE, I yr.
JrHg YCF, Teacher Asst., HR Decora-
tions, 2 yrs
AY, YCF, Teacher Asst., FHA.
Track, 2 yrs.
YCF, Exvc. Board,
SHARON MERCER LOVELACE
AY, 2 yrs.
AY, FRI, 3 yrs.
LOU ANN MI-ANIILTY
YCF, 3 yrs., AY, 3 vrs., FHA, Teacher
ELLEN D. IVI1'CARTI'IY
AY, 3 yrs.: YCF, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr.
"' ,Q r KATIE M1-CLAIN
. AY. 3Jvrs.1 YCF. I3 yrs.: OIITVH Asst.. 2
x'rS.1 ,I .
'A ANDREA Mr-c1.1'Nc:
LA, I yr,: I Club. I xr.: JJ.
R MELISSA IVIvCI.I'RE
J YCF. 3 vrs.1 AY. 3 vrs.
CARL LYNN M4-CIIIIOIICH 4
DE, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs.,SC,1vr.:Teach-
er Asst, '
KATHY ANN IVI1-CIII.I.OIICH
AY, 3 vrs.g YCF. 2 vrs., FHA, 1 vr.,
Omvv Asst.. I yr. ' '
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if 'Q IX
1 '1'V ' Fri X A
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Trudjv Boom: Ne-al Cooper, Mrs. Georgia Dirkorson. Kvnny Boyd. Carole Svhnaltor. and Chin Brooks proudly display the award won for thvir I'I0mQ'1'0miI1g decorations
HR Omccr, AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3 yrs.,
AY, Exw. Board, AFS Sm-mi-Finalist,
GARY RIQIII.-XRD NIvD.-XYII-ll.
Fmmtlmll. xrs.: HR Prefs.. 12 frs.. Nt.. .S
xrs' A l'Iub '7 xrs
JOHN LICIC M4'DANIEL
JA: AY: YCF: lutra. Football.
AY: YCF: AFS: Cufrdorz.
MARY I'II.LIiN MvUERfXIO'I"I'
-U13 xrs.: YIIF. 3 yrs.: JRC: Lab Asst.
FHA. 2 vrs.: AY: Counselors Asst.. 2
Football. LZ vrs.: Baslwtball: YIIFL N4-w
Alex. Nliliturx Instit.. Roswt-ll. X. Nl.
REBHKIIIA LRF NIUDLFF
YJ. 2 yrs.: .l.lA. 2 yrs.: AX . 3 yrs.. Yin--
Prvs.: Yf.I'. .5 vrs.
JOHN IVIIlflIAI'II. M4-HIICH
AFS. 2 vrs.: FPI. 3 vrs.: Sctfv.. Ge-rrnun
Club. Zlyrs.: YCF.' '
AY. .5 vrs.: Ir:-H1-Y. 2 vrs.: FHA:
Teacher Asst. I
AY. 3 vrs.: YCF. 3 Vrs.: FSA: IIIt'ill'llt'F
Asst. I I
Swim 'I'1':un. Ii ws.: Travlx: J Club: LA.
YCF. 2 vrs.: 'IX-avhvr Asst.. 2 yrs.: Lab
GAR Y NI -X N N
t..l1c-ssl.IuI1: RUII., 3 xrs.: JA: Ilvlblll
CHAR I .I l'I"I'I'I wMARCHES.SIiAl
AY. .3 xrs.: Yt.l". 3 ws.: 511: SUII
CYNTHIVX ANNIQ NIARIF'I"I'A
YJ. 251-s..1ItI-Hlirm-1 Guerflrm. 3 xrs
Club. 2 xrs.1 Alt. SC. 2 xrs. I
MAI RIEICN Xl.'XIt'l'lN I
JJ: SCI: J Club: AY. 3 Yrs.
PHILLII' NIASSIIY I
Ifmmtlnzlll. 2 yrs.
ROTC. 12 yrs.. Drill loam: JA: Shu
LI11-erlvanlm-r. IZ I rs.: BC. 3 Yrs.: Jr. 1111
Favorilv: ,I Club. 1
AY. 2 vrs.: YCF: HR Pre-s.
FHA. Z vrs.
Band. 2 yrs.: YCF: Teacher Asst.
AY. 2 vrs.: YCF: JJ.
YIIF. 2 xrs.: 'llri-Hi-Y. 3 xrs.
PATHIITIIAX NIILLER I
AY. .5 yrs.: YLF: FHA: UP. Asst.
Advanced Students Further Lab Skills
Advanced chemistry was taught
by Miss Dona Stoval, science in-
structor of long standing at AHHS.
Prerequisites for the class of seniors
were beginning chemistry and phys-
ics. The course was a continuation
of the first two semesters of the
science, and was the eqluivalent of a
freshman course in co lege. Actual
colle e books and lab manuals were
usedgby the students.
Ten selected students attended
the period-one class each day. In
order to fulfill the 144 classroom
hours required by state law, they
were expected to work at least two
days each week from 7:30 A.M.,
throu h their homeroom period, and
into t e regular session.
The amateur scientists worked
with Hmicrow lab equipment- uten-
sils one tenth the size of those used
in the first year of chemistry. Re-
quired to analyze minute quantities
of compounds, the students made
exceptionallfy tedious efforts to in-
sure that t e unknown mixtures
were not contaminated.
"Give me one more hour. and we'll be able to turn in the bomb threat." predicts advariced chemist Steve Woods.
All-CityOr1-li.. 2 xrs.: FPI. lxr.:Or1-li..
3 Yrs.: FSA. l v'r. I
PAM MOON '
AY. 2 Yrs.: LA. l vr.
DANNY MOORE '
Basketball. l yr.
Intra. Basketball: YCF: AY. 3 vrs.
JOE NIORELAND '
Football. 3 wrs.: YCF. 3 Yrs.: AY. 3
vrs.: SC. 3 yrs. i
,I Club. 2 yrs.: AY. 3 yrs.: YCF. l yr.:
FIIA. I vr.
JJ: Teacher Asst.. 2 vrs.
DEBBIE NILELLER' .
AY. 2 yrs.: DE. l Yr.: FIIA. l vr.: FIJI. I
l xr. ' ' ,
LARRY Ml ILLENS
AY. l vr.: Intra. Football.
DANIEL Y. MIINDHEINI
ROTC. 2 vrs.g JrH.
MARY A. MIRPHY
Rand. I yr.: HR Officer. 2 vrs.: Sault
High School. Sault Ste. Marie. Michi-
NINA ANN Yl'iI,5UN
YCF. 2 xrsg AY. fl yrs.
SHARON I.A I7I'iI.I. NIQISUN
PAT Milli. N'
Epanish Club, I yr., AY, 2 yrs.
FHA, 3 vrs.g 'I'l14vs minus. 2 vrs,3 Math
Asst., 1 v'r.g Biloxi lligh Svlicimol. Biloxi,
AY . 5 vrs.: V,lr.,S xr:4.1hI..1Z xrs.: IA.
CATIIY XIII, I V
FHA. I xr.: AY. 3 ws.: Ylilf. 2 Yrs.,
SOH. I ir. i I
SY. I yr., YCF. 2 yrs.: FHA. I rr.,
. vanish Club, I xr. I
KATHY o'c:iiAi1Y '23,
AY. 1 vr.: FPI. 2 vrs.: lllmrus. 2 yrs.,
FHA. I vr. I 1
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:ss zz: tb nw l v ! f 'Q ni j ,i 'K 6 I N. 7
mmm- www-unuu.. V
lvsing Pxavting If-vliriiqiivs rvquirvil in Ailxanred Iiiheniislry. Phil Ilirlnllc-1-uiiw me-asurf-S Eve- millilitf-rs nl' in ill
National Merit Lvtter of Coimrien-
- ilulioiil ROTC: I,A. I yr. ' ' ,
XY: YIIF: AFS: SC. 2 vrs
SIIIQIIA XXX l"XlfIi
XY I xr.3 'l'ri-III-Y I xr.:
'Ilvzivlir-i' X-Nl.. l xr.
Football, 2 yrs., Track, 3 yrs., A Club, 2
vrs.g AY, 3 yrs.
AY, 2 yrs., FHA, I yr.
LINDA' K. PARKHURST
Rand, 3 yrs.
FHA. I yr., AY. 3 yrs., YCF, 3 yrs.,
Office Asst., I yr. I
KAREN S. PATRICK
TeacI'1er,Asst., 2 yrs., Cuerdong AY, 3
yrs., CIC, 3 yrs.
CREGORY S, PATTON
AY, 2 yrs., Band, 3 yrs.
MARY CAROL PAVILLARD
AY, I vr., Tri-Hi-Y.
AY, Exon. Roard: Office Asst.
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs.,
FI-IA, I' vr. 1 '
FHA, AY, I yr., DE, YCF.
WILLIAM R. PEART
PE Asst., AY, YCF.
Baskc-tball. I yr.: AY, 3 yrs., Iutra. Bas-
ketball, 3 yrs.: Iutra, Football, 2 yrs.
ANN CHARLOTTE PETERSON
II, Steering Committee, J Club, I yr.,
AY, 3 yrs.
Basketball, 3 yrs.
GAA. 3 yrs.g Chorus. 2 yrs., Oil Compa-
ny aml IIIIIIWILIS High. Tripoli, Libya.
Gvruiau Club, 2 yrs., Baud. 3 yrs
Drum Maior, I yr.
SOH, I yr., AY, 2 yrs.: YCF. 2 yrs.:
SC, 3 yrs.
Twirlcr, 3 yrs., Altrusa Awardg I Club.
I yr., FHA.
TYLER VANCE PIERSON
Football. I ying Soph., Ir. Fayoritehg Of-
Iivr- Asst., I yr., Football Manager, I yr.
BI, 2 yrs.: Ir. H. I yr.
AY. I xr., SC, I yr., FHA. I vr.g Offivrr
Asst.. 2 yrs. 1 I
RANDALL LEE IJRESNELI.
Basketball, 2 yrs.: AY. I yr.
Trivlli-Y. I yI'.L AY. I yI'.3 YCF, I yr:
FIJI. I yr.
THERESA KAY PROBST
i'sA. 2 yrs.. FHA, 1 yr.
47 if fl
,N ,Vp .. 1.45.
"Shi,-wasn'1 niuvh li:-lp uiiw-'mf' Tl'Illi1fli5 Sidr1evCozbv to Miriam Col:-
Y :is Ibm
resume clevoratiiig the- lit-lillioiisv. 21 traditional duty of the' se-riior girls. V
YJ. l yr.. .l Club. .Z xrs.: llriim Major. l
vr.: Band Ca itaiin. il xr.
YCE. l yr.: Suimniiiigl. l xr.: Basket-
ball. l sr.: ,lrllz Nlmlia. Pal
BRECK RAY v ""
Football. 3 xrs.: A 1ili1lJ..2 xrs.: AY .
Yrs.: YIYIF. l xr.
PATRll,llA ANN lllflfll
JClub. 2 vrs.: .llz 541. l xr.: Otlivv Asst
2 yrs, i Y
golf. 3 yrs.: YCF. l yr.: AY. 2 yrs.
3and. 3 xrs.: Bantl Capluiri. l yr.: Lab
3and. 2 lxrs.: YtIF. 2 PFS-
YCF. l Yr.: HR Trvas.. 12 yrs.: AY. l 'l""Q'
,r.: 1.1h.,fus. fl yrs.
lrH. l yr.
:AlYD.AliE RElNllARlJ s i K .V
ifounselofs Asst.: Spanish lllubg FHA: A
Xlursels Asst.: lioogvr lligli, Abilene. .5 Y .
LUCY Riciimknf , A
SOHL AFS, 3 vrs.: ilu-llliziirriiuri: Ten- .fs -
nis: J Club, Y Rl N 5
TOMMIE SLE Rl1lllA DSU' f ,Ni
Red Cross. l xr.: Nziririizisu High
School. Tokyo. ,lzipaiiig FHA. l yr. 52' I
IEFF RIGDUN , . R
AY. 3 vrs.: Lal, Asst.. l yr.: YCF. l yr, ith. A
QHILIP RILEY ,EL To
:Ol-I: AY: YLP,
lillub. 2 Yrs.: SC. l xr.: AY. 12 xrs.: Lab
Asst. ' Y V
Bmketball. 3 yrs.
LA. 2 vrs.: AY. 3 Yrs.: Ylilf. fl xrs.:
Couiiselors Asst.. Zivrs Y
AY L7 xrs' Yfllf 2 Yrs.: l'lllA. l Nr.
Or anized and officiated by
Coaci Don Price, intramural foot-
ball returned to Heights after a leave
of absence of several years. As the
season progressed, "Maclin's Mir-
acles" and "Stephen Lee and the
All-Stars" emerged as the top teams.
When they colli ed, in what became
the championship game, the All-
Stars emer ed victorious, coming
from behing with a touchdown in
the last fifty-three seconds.
The All-Stars were led by organiz-
er and captain Sandy Kane, with
Stephen Lee Sallman olding down
the quarterbacking slot. Operating
from the T-formation, Sallman bal-
anced his strong running attack with
key passing. Runnin backs, Martin
McDonald and Sandal Kane, led the
charge with Mike Goff and Phil
Riley oipening the holes. Philip Mas-
sey an Bob Cauthen were leading
receivers. The team finished the sea-
son with a perfect 5-0 record.
,ref-gi,g,l,5::srg:i :L 'I'
few- -. " - - - it
1 ttti , ,,,, I A
up to pass behind the blocking of running back Martin McDonald.
ROTC, 3 yrs.
JAMES THOMAS ROBERTS
Clicerleadcr, 2 yrs., Tennis, 3 yrs.: A
Club, 3 yrs.: .I.I. , I
AY, I VT., YCF, I yr.
GEORGE A. ROIAS
Football, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs.: HR Officer
2 yrs., II.
CHARLES A. ROMINGER
ROTC, 3 yrs.
SC, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Steering Com
mittee,'YCF, 2 vrs.
AY, I yr., Guerdon.
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 3 yrs., U.
STEPHEN LEE SALLMAN
YCF, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., All. Cheerlead-
er, I yr., SC.
FHA, I 'r., BJ, I yr., IrH, I yr.
AY, 3 yrs.
Football, AY, I yr., Baseball, 2 yrs., A
Club, 2 yrs.
YJ, Co-Editor, Miss AHHS Finalist,
SC, YCF, Exec. Board.
AY, 2 rs., YCF, 2 rs., LA, 2 yrs., Na-
tional Merit Semi-Einalist.
ANTHONY LEE SCI'-IEETZ I
Football. I vr.g I'Ie-rcford High S1-liool,
I RANIJAL SCHMITT
AY: YCE. 2 vrs.: HR Oliliwfr.
JANIS KAREN scoirr
AY. 12 vrs.: IDIIA. I Yr.
R. WOODROW SETZER
Svierici- Rn-swirvli Group. 3 vrs.: LA. 2
yrs.. ,I Club. 2 x'rs.g Youth Conlbrviivv
on thi- Atom I.jt'It?l'3lP.
AY. 3 yrs.. YCE, 3 yrs.. SC. 2 vrs.g Ol'-
five Asst. '
II: Cuerdrm: LA: I Club.
ROTC. ss yrs.
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INTRAMIIRAL FOOVTBALI.. CHAMPIONS STEPHEN LEE AND TIIE ALL STARS: FIRST ROW: Philip Massey, James Grigshy. Mike Goff. Alan Friwlnian. Phil Riley. Bob I du
then. SELOND ROW: Sandy Kama Sk-plicfn Lee Sallman. 'Im' Don' Martin NI:-Donald. Fritz Auriri.
Band, 3 yrs., AY, I yr.
Track, 2 yrs., Band, 2 yrs.
LINDA DELL SMALLEY
BI, 2 yrs., ,IrI'I, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr.L II.
BILL SMITH i '
LA, 2 yrs., Chorus, 3 yrs.L II.
AY, 3 yrs., YCF: IIS FHA.
FHA, 2 vrs., AY, I yr., YCF, I yr.
MARK R. SMITH
ROTC, 3 yrs., ,IrH, I yr.
Band, 3 yrs., Twirler, Orch., 3 yrs., LA,
AY, YCF, AY Rep., HR Officer.
Pep Club, I yr., Airline High School,
Bossier City, Louisiana: Homenomin
Queen, I yr., Cheerleader, I yr., JFIE
Hi h School, Guam, Office Asst., I yr.
SOH, I yr., Student Body Secfy, I yr.,J
Club, 2 yrs., YCF, Exec. Board.
FHA, 2 rs.
ROTC, I yr., AY, 2 yrs., YCE, I yr.,
FPI, 2 yrs.
SC, I yr., AY, 2 yrs., YCF. 3 yrs., HR
Offiver, I Vr. I
AY. 2 yrs., YCF. I yr., FIIA, 2Yyrs.,
I' IA. I yr.
LINDA M. STEPHENS
IJ, LA, I yr., YCF, 2 yrs., Counsel0r's
Asst., I yr.
KAREN MARIE STETLER
II, AY, 2 vrs.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr.
Football, 2 vrs., Letterman, AY, 3 yrs.,
I Club, I yr, LA.
E. REED STODDARD
Track, 3 yrs., YJ, I r., LA.
JAN MEREDITH STIRIPLINC
AY, 3 rs., YCF, 2 yrs.
KAREN R. STUBBS
AY, I yr., PE Asst., I yr.
.IAM ICS A. SUTTON
Lulu IIQIIHI. 2 yrs., Rand. I yr., AY, 3
yrs., YCF. I yr.
AY, I vr., YCF, I yr., FPI, I yr.
CHARLES DON TAYLOR
Football, 3 yrs., Track, I yr., AY, 3 yrs.
AY, I yr., YCF, 2 yrs., BJ, I yr., Span
McDuff Elected to
Senior Becky McDuff successfully ran for the
Southwest representative position o the Interna-
tional Allied Youth Cabinet. The board is corn-
posed of a president and one student representa-
tive elected from each of six regions in the United
States and Canada.
The convention, held early in November at Buck
Hill Falls, Penns lvania, was preceded by a two-
day excursion otyNew York City. Becky attended
the conference with seniors Larr Austin, Trudye
Boone, lay Dee ones, Bill Lane, aren Rydell, and
sponsor Mrs. artha Austin.
Bt-rky Mvlliill' recalls her installation as at rt-prt'sm'ritative to the International AY cabinet.
BI. 3 yrs.: AY. 2 yrs.: DF. I xr.: Span
ish Club. 2 Yrs. i
KIT MARIE TIQNNISON
Tennis: tlotiiisvloii Asst.: AY . 2 its
YCII. I ii:
TERRY Al. 'l'lCS'l'A
BI, 2 vrs.g IRC, 2 wrs.
BARBARA JEANNIC THAYICR
AY, 3 yrs.: YCF, 2 vrs.: JJ.
ALAN JAMES THOMAS
AY, 3 vrs.: YCF. 3 yrs.: SC, 2 yrs.: YJ
Rep.. I 5 r.
Band, 3 vrs.: BI. 2 xrs.
MARIORIR JOE THOMAS
Orch., 2 yrs.: AY. 2 yrs.: YCF, I yr.:
FSA, I vr.
YCF, 2 vrs.: AY, 2 vrs.
AY, 2 vrs.1 YCF, 3 vrs.: FHA, I vr.
Band. 3 vrs.
FHA, 2 vrs.: Ytll-'. I yr.: II.
Chess Club, Millin fton, Tenn.
DEBORAH A. TCIMICY
Pep Club, 3 yrs.: Annual Staff, 3 Us.:
French Club. 3 yrs.: Bi-llt-vue. Nebras-
AY, 3 Yrs.: Yt.I'. I xr.: CIC 2 Yrs.:
FHA. 1 yr.
ARLEI. D. TOTIIN
YCI7: Cvrinan Club. I vr.3 Baseball, I
LINDA DIANE TRACY
LA, 2 yrs.: Ciwrflmz. I xr.: Spanish
Club. I yr.: Lab Asst.. l ir.
LARRY TRANINIICLI. I
YCF. 2 vrs.: Ciwrzlorzz Debate Club. I
vr.: Band. 3 vrs.
ROTC Cadet Receives Top City Honor
A member of the Arlington
Heights High School ROTC, Iames
Clements brought honor and
distinction to the Hill. Tested in
city-wide competition, Iames
worked toward and received recog-
nition as "All-City Colonel."
The test was composed of two
major parts - a written exam with
approximately one hundred ques-
tions covering a broad range of mili-
tary topics and an interview con-
ducted at Texas Christian Universi-
The Questions included on the
written est were comprised of top-
ics including first aid, militar
marksmanship, commands, and miff
itary courtesy and customs.
Iames' interview, administered b
a board of ROTC officers from TCIK
was primarily on current events and
general 'knowledge of foreign
countries. Topics included incidents
ranging from religious riots in Ire-
lan to the Moratoriums in the U.S.
,lames Clements proudly receives congratulations from Principal John B. Sharp for his recognition as All-City ROTC
Cadet Colonel as Lieutenant Colonel Donald G. Thompson ooks on.
HR Pres., 3 yrs., SC, l yr., Alt., 2 yrs.,
J Club, 2 vrs., LA, l yr.
Tri-Hi-Y, l yr., Band, 3 yrs., Orch., l
vr., Chorus, 2 vrs.
FSA, l yr., YCF, l yr., Chorus, 2 yrs.,
Library Asst., l yr.
Baseball, 3 yrs., A Club, 3 yrs., AY, l
AY, l yr., FSA, 2 yrs., FHA, l yr.
SC, 2 yrs., Tennis, 2 yrs., LA, 1 yr-2
AY, l yr., FHA, l yr., Counselofs
Asst., l yr.
German Club Officer, 2 yrs-9 AY, 2
yrs., YCF, l r., Teacher Asst., 2Eyrs.
CHRISTOPHTER VAN DER VLI T
Band, 3 yrs., Orchestra, 3 yrs., FPI, 3
rs., German Club, l yr.
RICK VAN NAME
Band, l yr.
SAMUEL VAN VLECK
Football, 3 yrs., A Club, 2 yrs.
JERRE VAN WIE
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., FHA.
CHANDA VAN Y
SC, FHA, AY, 2 yrs.
LA, J Club, JJ, HR Vice-Pres., 3 yrs.
YCF, l vr., ROTC Sponsor, l yr., FSA
Treasurer, l yr., JJ.
ISABEI. RAMONA YECA
AY, I yr.: YCF, I yr.: Spanish Club. I
,IClulJ. l vr.: LA, I xr.: AY. I xr.: YCI7,
Lab Asst., 2 Yrs.: AY, 2 vrs.
KAREN KAY WALKER'
AY, 2 vrs.: YCF. I wr.: DECA, I yr
SUE WIALKER 1 '
Omoo Asst.: YCF: AY.
WILLIAM EDWARD WALTER
Football. 3 xrs.: Rash:-tball. 2 vrs., J
Club. 2 vrs.: YCI7. I xr. '
JENNY WALTON '
AY, 3 vrs.: YlIF, 3 vrs.: FHA I vr.
TONI WANN l ' '
I Club, 2 yrs.: LA. 2 vrs.g Tri-Hi'Y, 2
yrs.: Guerlion. I
J.l3 YCF, I yr.: FPI, 2 rs.: FHA, I yr.
DONALD SCOTT WARNER
DANIEL RICHARD WASHAM
Football, 3 yrs: Kew' Club, I vr.: Basket-
ball, 2 vrs.: Antelo e- Vallm' High
School, Lancaster. CaLLlOrnia. 1
SOH, I yr.: J Club, I vr.: AY, 2 vrs.:
YCF, I W, I '
AY, 2 yrs.: YCE, I vr.
JAMES DAVID WATSON
Basketball. 3 yrs.: AY, 2 yrs.: YCF, 2
AY: ROTC, 2 yrs.: IIIPHHISZ .lI.
SANDRA KAY WATSON
AY, 3 vrs.: YCF. 3 yrs.: 'I':-avlwr Asst..
I yr.: EPI. 2 yrs.
KAREN LOLISE WEINMAN
I Club, 3 yrs.: LA, 3 vrs.1 AY, I vr.:
Band, 3 Vrs. 1 I
Chess Club, I yr.: Chorus, I yr.: LA, 2
DANIEL RAE W"ELCH
Football, I vr.
MARSHA GAYLE WELCH
FPI, 3 yrs.: Chorus. 3 yrs.: AY. I yr.
STITCO RPp., I xr.: OIII41- Asst., I yr.:
NorthglPnn High Svhool, Denver
Colo.: DECA, I vr.
German Club: Wfstern Hills High
JAMES L. WHEELER
Band, 3 vrs.: Lab Band, 2 vrs.: All-City
Orch., I'vr.g Gvrman Club.
AY, 3 Vrs.: YCF. 3 vrs., Ext-1-. Board:
Tennis, 3 vrs.: ,lRC.'
Av, 3 vrs.: YCF, 2 vrs.
IANET SIE WILLIAMS
AY, 2 vrs.: FHA, I vr.
NANCY LEE WILLIAMS
AY, 3 yrs.: YCE, 3 yrs.: IrH, I yr
FHA, AYg YCF.
BEVERLY ANN WILLS
AY, 3 yrs.g YCF, 2 yrs.,
AY, 2 yrs., YCF.
YCFg FHAg JrH.
SC, 2 rs., AY, 2 yrs.g YCF, 2 yrs.
AYg YCF, 2 yrs., LA, 2 yrs., National
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
A. J. MCCURLEY
AY, Teacher Asst.
AYQ YCF, 2 yrs., Swim Team, HR
Pres., 3 'rs. A
SUZANINJE MICHELE WRIGHT
AY, 2 rs., YCF, 2 yrs., FHA, FPI.
YCFg JrHg Lab ASSLQ JJ, I yr.
YJ, I yr.g Senior Steering Committee
JJ, S rin g SC, 3 yrs.
AY, 2 rs.g YCF, 2 yrs., PE Asst.
N. E. SAMUEL
HENRY S. WILLIAMS
Time it was,
And what a time it was,
It was . . .
A time of innocence
A time of confidences.
Long ago . . . it must be . ..
I have a photograph.
Preserve your memoriesg
They're all that's left you.
Words by Paul Simon
of Simon and GarfunkeI's
Board of Education . . .
"A" Club ....
Administration . .
Allied Youth ......
American Field Service.
Book Jackets ,...
Chess Club . .
Club Activities .
Debate Club ...,.
Distributive Education .
Adams, Mrs. Leann. . .
Anderson, Miss Norma . .
Arseneau, Mr. Flavin ..-- 12, 13, 41,
. . .35,
Villalvazo, Senor Jorge .
Atkerson, Mr. Don . . .
Mrs. Martha . .
Batts, Miss Theresa . . .
Bellamy, Mrs. Kay . . .
Belt, Mrs. Lucy ---A-
Bernard, Mrs. Annette .
Boddie, Mrs. Nancy. . .
Bradford, Miss Mary . .
Bradford, Mrs. Susan . .
Bresciani, Mr. Herman .
. . . . . .40
.42, 74, 75,
Burton, Mrs. Rosemary. . 32, 47,
Carlisle, Mrs. Charleene .... 38,
Carson, Mr. George ..-' 47, 117, 137
Carter, Mr. Dayton . . .
Caveness, Mrs. Fancis 26, 38, 39, 100
Chevreaux, Mr. Norman . . 42, 58, 59
Clayton, Mrs. Betty. . .
Cooper, Mrs. Rutha. . .
Cunningham, Mrs. Dixie
Curlee, Mrs. Zolene. . .
Daniel, Mrs. Kathryn . .
Daniels, Mrs. Nan-lsca .
Dickerson, Mrs. Geor ia
. .... 45
. .... 40
g .... 22, 25,
41, 101, 216
Dickerson, Mr. Johnny .24, 42, 62, 65
Aaron, Lee, Fr, ,.... 115, 116, 130
Abbott, Jerry, Sr. ....... 110, 202
Abel, Teresa, Jr, .......... 183
Abrahamson, Susie, Jr. ..... 95, 164
Adams, Carol, Jr. ........ 91, 92,
100, 103, 106, 164
Adams, Charles, Fr. ..... 118, 130
Adams, Denese, Soph. ..... 99, 14-6
Adams, John, Soph.. . . . . . .146
Adams, Judy, Fr ..... . - 130
Aguren, Bill, Soph ....
Airhart, Cherrie, Sr. . .
Airhart, Marion, Soph.
Akers, Charmaine, Sr.
Albee, Mike, Soph. . .
Albee, Tim, Jr ......
Albracht, Jackie, Jr. .
Alcorn, Randy, Jr ....
Alderette, Lydia, Fr. . .
Aldis, Gail, Sr ......... 110, 228
Aldrich, Alison, Soph.
Aldrich, Robert, Sr. . .
. . . .146, 150
. . .55, 202
Double Sextet ............ 11 7
Epilogue ............... 24-0
Favorites ...... 129, 145, 163, 189
Football .............. 52-61
Footlight Players ....... 100-111
Future Homemakers of America. . 121
Future Secretaries Association . . .122
Future Teachers of America .... 120
Junior Red Cross
Most Athletic . . .
Most Beautiful. . .
Most Friendly . .
Most Handsome. .
Most Studious . . .
Most Talented .....
. . . . . .107
Girls, Intramural Council ....... 69
German Club .....
Golf .......,........ 72-73
Graduation ...... . -,-- 27
Guerdon Staff. . . , - -96-97
Homecoming ..... . . .22-23
Howdy Week ....., .... 1 18
Jacket Journal Staff . . . . .94-95
Dyche, Mr. Ray ....
Mostest Contest .....
Mr. and Miss AHHS ..... 186-187
Mr. and Miss AHHS Finalists. . . 188
Ranch Day .....
Science Research . . ,
Spanish Club . . .
. ... 35,49
McPeak, Mr. Dennis ...-
Maclin, Mr. Roland ....-
Marrs, Mr. James. . . . .
Edwards, Mrs. Glenna . 38, 88, 158
Epps, Mrs. Oleta . . 38, 97, 185,
Farr, Mrs. Hazel .... ...,.. 3 6
Fitzgerald, Mr. Chris ...... 4-2, 125
Frazer, Mrs. Jacqueline ........ 45
Galiga, M.r. Joe . . 40, 52, 53, 55, 76
Garwood, Mrs. Evelyn . .... 44, 121
Greaves, Miss Lola .......... 42
Grigsby, Mrs. Nadine ......... 36
Hailey, Mrs. Barbara ......... 40
Hale, Miss Helen .17, 32, 37, 84, 106
Hale, Mr. Robert . 46, 58, 59, 65, 68
Hancock, Mr. John ....,..... 4-3
Hanley, Mrs. Kathaleen .... 46, 47
Harrison, Mr. Dorris .... 32, 44, 49
Haskell, Mrs. Martha ......... 38
Hawkins, Mrs. Judith ......... 40
Hurley, Mrs. Lenore ......... 37
Kamenitsa, Mr. Bill. . . . 45, 73, 146
Kendrick, Mrs. Katheryne . . . 42, 4-3
Kilman, Mrs. Gail .... 42, 102, 103
King, Mrs. Jackie .....,..... 36
Kinney, Mr. Don Lee . . . . . .44
Kirks, Mrs. Cornelia . . . . . .40
Larson, Miss Barbara. . . . . . . .38
Lerret, Mrs. Elva ..... . . . 40, 49
Ludiker, Mr. Homer .... 35, 88, 98,
McClendon, Miss Adelle . . . .38, 130
McCluney, Mrs. Evelyn. . 32, 37, 106
. . . .114
. . .106
44, 98, 99
43, 53, 55,
80, 81, 82
Marsh, Mrs. Mary. . -
Martin, Mr. Jack . . .
Melton, Mrs. Martha ...... 39, 130
Meyer, Mrs. Donna Joan . 33, 37, 107
Miller, Mrs. Linda ...-1'---- 41
Mitchell, Mrs. Jean .... 46, 102, 103
Morgan, Mr. Horace ..-.----- 43
Morgan, Mr. Ray . . . 43, 52, 53, 55,
56, 76, 79
Morris, Mrs. Regena ..,,,, 45, 122
Murphey, Mrs. Vivian ..... 46, 113
Nation, Mrs. Leota M.
Newbury, Mrs. Brenda .
Newman, Mr. Thomas .
Oliver, Miss Joan .....
Parmeter, Mrs. Lucille . ,
Price, Mr. Don .,....
Price, Mrs. Irene .....
. .43, 222
Priddy, Mr. Merlin . . 43, 49, 53, 55,
Quimby, Mrs. Betty ....
Ragan, Mrs. Marilyn . .
Reed, Mrs. Vera .....
Alewine, Kevin, Sr. .95, 116, 118, 202
Allen, Bruce, Soph. .... H , ,--- 146
Allen, Clarke, Soph. ........ 146
Allen, David, Fr. . . . . .124, 130
Allen, James, Fr. . ..... 125
Allen, Rick, Soph. . . , - 146
Allis, Janice, Jr.. . . . . . 164
Allison, James, Sr. . .... 202
Allred, Donald, Fr .... . . .60, 130
Almaguer, John, Soph ..... 125, 161
Almaguer, Sylvia, Fr.. . . - - . -
Altaras, Nancy, Soph.. . . - , ,
Altgibers, Cheryl, Sr. . . - - .202
Altgilbers, Dan, Fr.. . . - - - 130
Alvarado, Esther, Fr. . . , - - 130
Alvarado, Jerry, Fr.. . , - , 130
Alvarado, Lydia., Fr. . . - - - - -
Alvarado, Ruven, Soph. . . . . .146
Alvarado, Theresa, Jr. ....... 164
Ambrose, Kathe, Soph. ..... 88,
92, 100, 144, 146,
John, Soph, ...... .
Lynn, Sr. . 89, 92, 93,
Ross, Mrs. Beverly ..,,... 38, 39
Sharp, Mr. John .... 16 17, 35, 226
Sherman, Mrs. Christine . . . .36, 111
Skipworth, Mrs. Marv ,---. 36, 111
Smith, Mrs. Norman . . . . .45, 122
Amos, Danny, Jr. ..... 65 164, 169
Amos, Mike, Fr. ........ 60, 130
Anable, Perry, Sr. . . . 116, 124, 202
Anable, Terry Lee, Sr. .116, 123, 202
Anable, Tom, Soph. ..... 124, 146
Anderson, Barbara, Jr ..... 119, 164
Anderson, Bill, Sr. . . . . . .228
Anderson, Carol, Jr, . . . . 164-
Anderson, Cathy, Fr. . . . . . .
Anderson, Gary, Sr. . . . . . .202
Anderson, Kathy, Fr.. . . . . . 130
Anderson, Linda, Fr. . . . . 130
Anderson, Mike, Jr. . . . . . .164
Anderson, Paula, Fr ..... . . . 130
Anderson Randy So h . . . .161
, , p . .
Andrew, Cathy, Soph. . . .
Andrew, Cindy, Soph. . . .
Andrew, Elizabeth, Jr. . . .
Angel, Gary, Fr. .... 11
Angel, Steve, Soph. .... .
Angell, Lea, Jr ...... . .
Angell, Stephanie, Soph. . .
Ansley, James, Sr. .... .
. 44, 202
Special Recognition ....
.20, 21, 24, 25
Spirit of the Hill .....
Spring Activities . . .
Student Council. . .
Who'sWho . . . . ..
Yellow Jacket Stalt. . .
Young Citizen's Forum .
Steadham, Mrs. Paula. .
Stevens, Mr. Archie . .
Stone, Mrs. Delia ....
. . 190-193
. . . .98-99
. . . .16-17
. . .88-91
. . .70-71
. . .74-75
. . .76-79
. . 197-201
. . . .92-93
. . 102-103
Stovall, Miss Dona .... 41, 120, 218
Sullivan, Mrs. Patricia .
Taylor, Miss Barbara . .
Taylor, Mr. Willie . . .
Thompson, Mrs. Eugenia
Tillman, Mrs. Billie. . ,
Tittle, Miss Linda ....
. . .39, 213
Tomlinson, Miss montier Ve ..... 35
Tottenham, Mrs. Sylvia.
Van Meter, Mr. Archie .
Vaughan, Mrs. Marian .
Waid, Mr. Jerry .....
Walker, Mrs. Wanda . .
Watkins, Mrs. Dorothy .
Watson, Miss Betty . . .
White, Mrs. Mary. . . .
Wieser, Mrs. Frances . .
Williams, Mrs. Margaret
Wirsdorfer, Mr. George
. ... ...39
. . . .37, 106
.... .. 37
. ... ...36
. ... 46,70
Wood, Mr. Larry .... 42, 43, 60, 61
York, Mr. James ........ 46, 110
Younger, Mrs. Daisianne .39, 120, 213
Ansley, Kathy, Fr. . .
Arbuckle, Gene, Jr. . .
Archie, Vicki, Sr. . . . .
Arellano, David, Soph. .
Armstrong, Bill, Jr. .55, 103, 164, 168
Armstrong, Brent, Fr. .
Armstrong, Darrel, Fr. .
Armstrong, Eliska, Jr. .
Armstrong, Keith, Jr.. .
Armstrong, Melissa, Soph ...... 146
Armstrong, Terri, Fr.. .
Armstrong, Terry, Jr . .
Ashew, Margaret, Soph .
Ashley, Denise, Fr. . . .
Q 11 QI 1146
. ... ..130
A,m6y,K4y,Ja ..... 115,116,164
Ashton, Charles, Fr. . .
Audano, Lisa, Jr .....
Aurin, Fritz, Sr. 70, 76, 77, 202, 223
Austin, Henry, Fr ....
Austin, Jane, Jr. . . . .
Augtin, Larry, Sr, ....
Austin, Nick, Sr .....
AUtfY4K1mvS0Ph- 4 - -118. 161 Boontoid, Tommy, rn . . . . .131 Bolton, Debbie, soon. 4 . . . 147 Brown Doon, sn . . . 4 4 ,62, 205
Ayalai Emily. Fr. r - .... 130 Becker, Katie, Soph. . . . . . 147 Bond, Lucy, Fr. ..... , . 143 Brown Diana, Sr. 4 . . . .95, 205
AYre5v Nan- S0P1l- - r - .146 Becker, Steve, Fr. . . . ..,. 131 Bonds, Pete, Sr. . . . . , . 203 Brown Janna. Jr., . 4 4 , .166
Beckwith, Bradley, Fr ........ 131 Bookter, Melissa, Sr. . . , . . , 204 Brown Kent, Sr ..,, . . .72, 205
B Beckwith, Clois, Fr, ..... 119, 131 Boone, Trudye, Sr. . . . . .100, 204, Brown Leslie, Soph. . . 4 , 147
Bedrick, Pam, Sr.. . . ..... 203 216, 225 Brown Mike, Jr ......... . . .70
Baber, Bill, Sr .... I . . . . .203 Bedunah, Donald, Sr.. . . . .76, 203 BO0Il1, Bill, Soph, ......... 161 BPOWH Pal. Jr. - 4 4 4 . 4 . . . . ,166
Bacon, Annette, Jr. . . . . . 164 Beede, Cheryl, Jr. . . . . . . 183 Bordeaux, Prissy, Soph. . . . 147 Brown, Pete, Jr. , , 4 74, 75, 92, 99,
Bacon, Glenn, Sr.. . 4 ..,, 203 Beeson, Dennis, Jr. .......,. 165 Borgeson, Monte, Soph. . . . 147 113, 166
Bagby, Becky, Fr. . . 4 . .99, 130 Belcher, Patricia, Jr, ........ 165 Boshers, Mike, Sr. .... . . . 204 Brown Richard, Sr. , , , . , , . ,205
Bagley, Joanne, Jr. . . .... 164 Belew, Dawn, Sr ,... 28, 85, 91, 203 Bostwick, Danny, Fr., . . . .60, 131 Brown, Skye, Sr. 91, 98, 99, 100, 205
Built-s, Kathleen Sr.. 4 . . .107, 117, Belew, Debbie, Soph. ........ 147 Borwell, Vicki, Fr. . . . 131 Brown, Steve, Sr.. . . . . 4 . . . .228
118, 203 Benham, Scott, Jr, 112, 118, 165, 176 Boucher, Elsie, Soph. . . . 161 Bruce, David, Fr. . . 4 . , , , . 4 131
Bailey, David, Soph. ,...,. 82, 146 Benson, Molly, Sr ........ 95, 203 Boucher, Yvonne, Fr. 4 . 143 Bruce, Ronnie, Sr .....,, 110, 205
Baird. Jimmy, Jr .,.... 74, 92, HD, Bermer, Jo Ann ........... 119 Bouldin, John, Sr, . . 4 228 Bruce, Stephanie, Fr. ..... 131, 139
104, 164 180 Bernard, Beverly, Fr, ....,... 131 Bowers, Monty, Fr.. , . 131 Bruce, Susan, Soph. . . . . .69, 147
Baird, William, Sr ......... 203 Bernard, Mark, Soph, ..... 118, 147 Box, Amy, Fr. . . . . 131 Brumbaugh, Frank, Jr .... . . 4 , 166
Baker, Bill, Jr, ...... 71, 164. 170 Bernard, Martin, Sr, . . ..... 203 Box, Annette, Sr. . . ..... 204. Bruton, Barry, Soph ..... . 125, 147
Baker, Charles, Sr .......,. 203 Bernier, Johanne, Fr, . . .... 131 Box, Linda, Jr. ........., 165 Bryant, Kirt, Fr ..,. . . . . . 131
Baker, Donald, Soph. ....... 161 Bernier, Hanon, Sr. . . ...., 203 Boyd, Kenny, Sr. ..... 99, 204 216 Bryant, Sherrie, Fr., . . . . . 131
Baker, Geryl, Soph. ......., 146 Berrey, Chuck ..... ...... 1 19 Boydstun, Barbara, Soph. ..... 147 Bryson, Kevin, Soph. . 4 . . 147
Baker, Josh, Fr. ..,..... 100 130 Berrey, Karen, Sr. ...,.. 114, 203 Boydstun, Jerry, Fr. ..... 124 131 Buchanan, Mary, Jr. . , . . . . . 166
Balch, Hez, Fr ....... 71, 128 130 Berrey, Susan, Fr. .... 69, 116, 131 Boynton, Debora, Fr. , . ,... 131 Buchanon, Phillip, Sr. . 1. . . . . .228
Baldoza, Mike, Fr. ........ 130 Berridge, Cheryl, Fr ...... 131, 143 Bomrth, Ray, Jr .,....., 165 183 Buckalew, Dave, Soph. . . 58, 59, 147
Baldwin, Alicia, Fr.. . . . . 130 Berry, John, Fr. .... . . .60, 131 Bozeman, Gary, Soph. 4 , . . 118 147 Buckelew, Becky, Sr. . . . . . 124. 205
Ball, Johnny, Fr .... . . 130 Berry, Judy, Soph. . . ,..... 147 Bozich, Cathy, Soph, 4 . .... 147 Buckelew, Terre, Jr. . 4 . . . 122. 166
BH11, Marianne, Fr. . . . . 130 Berry, Mike, Soph .,... 59, 76, 147 Brackett, James, Sr. , . 4 . 204 Buckley, Gloria, Sr. .94, 192, 193, 205
Ball, Wannetta, Fr, . , 4 .... 130 Bessette, Laura, Soph, ....... 161 Bradley, Cindy, Fr. . . . 131 Buckley, Jimmy, Fr ,.,... . 4 , 131
Ballard, Anne, Fr. .,...... 130 Bevers, Jerry, Sr, . . . 52, 53, 55, 57, Bradley, Paula, Sr .... . 204 BUCk1iI1, David, Jr. 1 - 4 4 4 -
Balthrop, Marshall, Soph . 59, 76 146 72, 203 Bramlett, Danny, Sr. . , , 204 Bueche, Myrna, Sr. . . . . .205
Bandeen, Annette, Fr ....... 130 Bevers, Judy, Sr. . .4 ........ 228 Brants, Elaine, Soph. ....... 14.7 Bulger, Carolyn, Jr.. . . . . 166
Banner, Janet, Jr. ......... 164 Biddlecome, Don, Jr ......... 165 Bratton, Eunice, Fr. ..,.... 131 Bull, Cindy, Sr. . . , . .205
Banner, Jeanine, Jr. ......, 164 Biddlecome, Phil, Sr. . 4 124, 219, 228 Bratton, Susan, Sr ..... 39, 116 204 Bullard. Tonia. Fr --AA ---1 1 31
Barber, Brenna, Fr. .... 99, 130 131 Biggs, Kathy, Fr .....,..... 131 Brawner, Larry, Sr. ........ 204 Bulmefy 10311. 501,114 4 - 4 - 470. 147
Barber, Jack, Fr .... 60, 61, 68 130 Bilbo, Barbara, Fr, . . 4 .,,,, 131 Bray, Bernice, Sr.. . . ,..., 205 Blllmef. NBUCY. Jr. 4 - - . n 4 4 1
Barker, Jerri, Jr. ......... 164 Bilbo, Carol, Soph. 4 4 ...... 161 Bray, Joann, Fr. . . . . 4 131 Burckhardt, Linda, Fr. . . , . , , 131
Barnard, Jaime, Jr. . . . . 164 Bilbo, Terry, Jr. ........... 183 Bray, Martie, Fr .... ..,., 1 31 Burtield, Charlene, Fr ..... 131, 143
Barnes, Charles, Jr.. . . . 164 Billings, Jeff, Fr ...,. 124, 125, 131 Bray, Terri, Soph. . . 4 . .123 147 BUff1e1C1, Darlene. FIT- - - - - r 4 A -
Barnes, Patti, Fr .... . . 131 Billingsley, Amy, Soph, .... 144, 147 Braziel, Harvey, Fr.4 4 4 .... 131 Burkett, Becky. Soph. . . . . . 4 147
Barnes, Stephen, Fr. . . . . 131 Bird, Mark, Sr ...,......,. 203 Brechel, Barbara, Soph. .... 119 147 Bllfkell. Joe. Sli ----- 40. 104, 205
Barnick, David, Sr. . . . . 228 Bird, Shirley, Soph, .... , . . 147 Brechel, Larri, Fr. .,....,. 131 Burkhart, Bryon, Jr. . . . . . .il, 166
Barret, Betty, Sr .... . . 203 Birdsong, Amy, Soph, , . , . .147 Breckenridge, Danny, Jr.. . .107, 165 Burkhart, Linda. . . , . 4 4 4 4 4 119
Barret, Bill, Sr ...,,. . , 228 Birdwell, David, Sr.. . , ..., 203 Breen, Robert, Sr, . ..,,. 113, 205 BUYHCU. Phil- Fr- - n V V - 125. 131
Barron, Randy, Soph. . , . . 146 Birdwell, Jan, Soph, . . . . .99, 14.7 Brennan, Moira, Sr. . . , 4 . . 205 BUTHS, Honey. Fr. . 4 . .90, 131, 141
Barrow, Don, Fr ...... . . , 143 Birdwell, Joan, Soph, ,,..... 4 147 Brents, Tom, Fr .......... 131 BUFHS, T0y. Soph. ...,,. , , 147
Barton, Beverly, Soph ....,.. 147 Black, Charmaine, Sr. .... 118, 218 Brew, Lynne, soph. 4 . , 74. 75, 147 Bursey. KHITI1. SOph. ,.-, , , . 147
Barton, Donna, Sr ....... 120 203 Black, Jim, Fr ..... ..,.. 1 31 Brewer, Bobbye, Soph ....,.. 147 Burton, Beverly, Sr. ...,. 147, 205
Baskerville, Charlene, Jr. ..... 164 Black, Tom, Jr, ........... 183 Brewer, Gary, Sr. .... ,... 2 28 Bush, Stacy. S0ph. . 4 . 4 4 4 161
Bass, Hutch, Jr. ........, 55 165 Blair, Margery, Sr, ,,,,, 39, 95, 96, Brewer, Johnny, Sr. 4 . . Blish. Sllfldee. FF-A - - - - - 131
Bass, Mimi, sn . . .... 104 203 97, 98, 99, 103, 104, 185, 200,203 Britton. Mark ,.., . . . BUSSEYQ Linda. Fr- 4 4 - 4 131
Bass, Pam, Fr. .... . . . 128 131 Blaisdell, Kathryn, Soph. ...... 161 Brock, Greg, Jr. . . , 165 BYHIS. Sidney, Fr. - - 4 - 131
Bates, Bobby, Soph. . . .... 161 Blaisdell, Yvonne, Fr. ,.... 90, 143 Bronstad, Chris, Sr., , . 205 BYFI1. Janet. Fr. - 4 . . 131
Battenfield, Jayne, Fr. . . . . 131 Blake, Anita, Sr .,..... 95, 96, 97, Bronstad, Dave, Fr.. . . . 4 . , 131
Battershell, Anita, Jr.. , . . . 165 100, 103, 203 Brooks. Chllffk, Jr .4-- 4 4 . . 165
Baumert, Micheal, Fr. . . , . 143 Blalock, Glen, Soph ......... 147 Brooks, Glen, Sr. ,..., 90, 205, 216 C
Beach, Rhonda, Fr. . . 4 . . 131 Blanchard, Phil, Fr. ......,.. 14.3 Brooks. Janet, FV- - r - -',. 143 Cain. Julie. Jr. 166
Beach, Ron, Fr. ....4 ..... B lanton, Chuck, Jr. 4 4 4 ,... 90, 165 Brwks. Robert. Soph. ..., 125, 161 lfalhoun. Jain:-s. Fr. . .60
Beam, Lynn, Fr .,.... 4 . . 143 Blanton. David, Jr. , 4 23, 84, 91, 165 Br0Urr. LeS1iff. Soph 44,--4.. - 4 1illll1UUl1.,Jll1l. Fr. 132
Beaman, Sandra, Soph . . .... 147 Blanton, Mark, Soph. , 4 . 76, 79, 147 Bmus' Sam' Jr ....., 76, 78, 165 tlallan. John. Sr. 265
Bean, John, Soph. .........4 147 Blasingame, Rosetta, Fr ....... 131 Browder, Peggy, Jr., . ..... 165 llalliui. Nlavk. Soph. 76, 1.17
Bean, Lawrance, Jr. .4.... 110, 165 Blekkenk, Nada, Sr. ..... , , ,203 Bf0WCr, Joe, Fr. . . . . 131 tj,,l1,,,,a,, R,,1,,,,-1, 5,-, , , ,gr 205
Beard, Aleta, Jr. .......... 165 Blitch, Kitzi, Fr. .... 119, 131, 137 Brown, Alyson, Jr, . . . . , 166 lkilogtq-ii, Km-Q-U, S ,, , 161
Beard, Brad, Sr. . . 72, 73, 104, 203 Bloodworth, Rick, Soph .,..... 147 Brown, Amy, Fr ...,. ..,. 1 31 qj,,j,,g,.r,,, y',,l,.ri,.- 5,,,,h, , , l6l
Beard, Christie, Sr. . 95, 99, 100, 203 Bloor, Martha, Sr. ........, 203 Brown, Beverly, Soph .,... 147, 150 t1,11l,1,4l, Sl,-plmni,-, 5,3 , 228
Beaty, Gini, Fr. ....,...... 131 Blue, Mike, Sr ...... ..... 2 03 Brown, Bill, Sr. .... 4 . 205 tIa1iit.,.,,,,- 1j,.,,,,,, guphh 57, 39-
Beaucham, Jimmie, Soph. ...., 161 Bodkin, Becky, Sr. . , ...... 203 Brown, Cheryl, Sr. 4 . . 4 205 P 66. 67, l LX, 1.11
Beavers, Nancy, Sr. .,... . . 4203 Bolton, Barbie, Sr, . . . 4 . 118, 203 Brown' Chris' Sr' ' ' A - 205 lkiiiiplit-ll. Lisa. Soph.. . 99. l-17
SENIOR ACTIVITIES ABBREVIATIONS
Allied Youth. . .............. AY Future Secretaries of America. . . . . . FSA
Book Jackets ........... . . BJ Future Teachers of America . . . . . . FTA
Distributive Education . . . . . DE Leonard's Award .......... . . .LA
Footlight Players ......... . . FPI National Merit Scholarship ...... . . .NMS
Girls' Intramural Council. . . .... CIC Reserve Officers Training Corps. . . . . .ROTC
Jacket Journal .......... . . .JJ Spirit of the Hill .............. . . .SOH
Junior Achievement. . . . .JA Student Council. . . . . . .SC
Junior historians . . . . JrH Yellow Jacket ......... . . . 4 YJ
Junior Red Cross ..........,... . .JRC Young Citizens' Forum. . . . . . YCF
Future Homemakers of America. . . . FHA Young Life . . . ...... . . . . .YL
Campbell. Mark, Jr.. .
Cantrell. Robert. Fr. .
Cape-rs. Marian, Soph.
Czu'de'11. Sharon, Sr.. .
Carlile, Marilyn, Fr. .
Carlton, Chris. Jr.. . .
Carman. Eugene . . .
Carnvv. Kay. Jr. . . .
Carothvrs, Billy, Fr. .
Carr. Aiigela. Fr. . . .
Carr. Connie. Jr. . . .
Carrithvrs. Rick. Soph. .
Carrizales, David, Fr. .
Carrizalos. Josephine, Soph, . . .
.ook. Katherine. Fr. . .
Chvrhonnier. David, Fr.
Carroll David. Fr. ....... .
Carroll, D1-bbiv, Sr. ..,,,,. 96
Carroll. Deborah. Soph.. . . .
Carroll Judv. Jr ......., .
1251.611 11.11.-15. Fr. 92. 119. 101
Carroll. Randy. Fr. . . . . . . .
Carroll Sandy, Sr. . . . . .
Carter. Don, Jr. .... . . . .
Carter, Cc-ne, Jr. ..... 59. 81
Carter, Jimmy, Soph. ..... . .
Carter, Lisa, Fr. ......... .
Carter. Mary, Sr .... . . . 118
Cartvr. Bev, Jr ..... .,,,.
Caruana, Stephen, Fr. .
Carver, Beverly, Jr. . . . .
Cast-y, John, Jr. ..... - .
Casey. Philip, Soph.. . . . . .
Cash. Karen, Sr. . . . . . .99
Cash. Kathy, Soph ..,.... 148
Cason. David, Jr .... ....
Cassadv, Tom. Jr. . . . . . . 115
Castillon, George. Fr. . .
Castro. George. Soph.. .
Catos. Joseph, Soph. . .
Cauthvn. Robert. Sr. . .
Cax'e114'ss. Paul. Jr .........
Cernuto. Steve. Soph.. 58. 59. T6
k11llll11PdgI11l'. Johnny. Fr.
Chainpion. L+-la. Fr, . .
Cliainpion. Robert. Soph.. . . .
. . . .69
Chandler. Dianne. Fr. . . . .
Cliamllvr. 1.inda. Soph. . .
Chandle-r. Nlark. Jr. . .
Clianvy. Debbie. Jr. . . .
Chapman. Perry. Soph. . 66. 67
Charles. Roy. Soph. . . .
Cliase. Debbie-. Soph .,,... 12.3
Chase. Donald. Fr .... . . 125
Chathain. Kollv. Jr .... . . .
fV1lIt'I1illl11. Danny. Sr. . . . . 95.
Cha-naull. Janette. Jr. . . . . .
Robyn. Soph. ...... 85
. 72. 93.
4-sley. Bonnie. Soph. .
CllQ'Sl1'I'. Debra. Fr. ....... .
1.110511-r. Sharon. Sr. . 22. 23. 85
Childers. Nlike. Fr ..,.....
Rol1in.Sr. . .
ildrvss. Suzie. Jr. . . .
Christian. Bruve. Soph. . .
Christian. N18lt'0lI'l1,JI'. . . . .
Chumlva. Alice. Jr .... . . 104
Chura. Kay. Sr. . .
f.hura. Lf-igli. Jr. . .
11ra. Robert. Fr. . .
Cianvlli. Bilrnard. Fr. . . . .
Clanton. Cherxl. Soph .......
Clark. BFUl't'.'SOP11. . . . . . 118
Clark, Jack. Fr. .... . . .
Clark. Mark. Jr. ......... .
Clark. 1Vli4'key. Jr. ....... .
Clark. Rhonda. Fr ...,. 69. 120
Clay. Larry. Sr. ......... 72
Clayton. Keith. Soph. ...... .
C11-ini-nt. Yan. Soph .... . .
Cleint-rits. James. Sr, 74. 75. 205
Cleinvnts. Terry. Soph. ..... .
Clemons. Bill. Fr. ..... 60, 132
'Cli11'ord. Bonita, Sr. ....... .
Clifton. David. Fr. . . . . . 119
Clifton. Jay. Fr. ...... 60. T0
Cliliton. Rivky. Soph ..... - -
Cluvk. K1-ith. Jr. ..-.--- .
Cluvk. Nlark. Soph. . . .
Clxhurnm-. Slwrefi. Fr.. .
. 58. 39.
Cobb. Mike. Fr.. . .
Cobb, Roland, Sr.. .
C0114-0. Marv. Jr. . .
o.11'.-y. 11615.-11, sf .... 115. 116.
Coggins. David. Jr ....... 91,
C0gg1l1S.JllI1l,'1, Jr. ...... . . -
Coker. Dorothy, Jr. . . . ' . . .45.
Cokcr. Karvn. Soph .....--..
Colburn. Bill. Sr .... .... 9 9.
Colo. Nliriain. Sr. . .99 189. 206.
Cole-man. Miko. Fr.. . - - - - - .
Collins, Dennis. Jr. . . . . . . . .
Collins, R1-tivo. Soph. . . . . 1255.
Collins. Whit. Jr .... .... .
Come-au. Korry, Fr.. . . . . .
Condit.1jris4'i11a.Soph. . . . . . .
Conditt. Wanda, Jr.. . . . . .91.
Cll11I1l'1lt'1'. 8en. Jr. . . . . .12-4.
Connor. Roy. Jr. . . . . f - -
Connor. Stailiforfl. Jr. . . . . . .
C0ll1l't'l'2lS.1Al1S. Sr.. . . . . .69.
k10IllFl'I'L1S. Steve, Fr.
Conyvrs. Jodiv. Fr. .
ook. Mit-liael. Soph. . .
ook. Robin. Jr. . . .
oon,1.inda. Sr. . . . .
Alan. Soph. . .
Cooper, Carol, Fr. . . .
Cooper, Connie, Fr. ....... 90,
Cooper, Dale, Sr .... 55, 81, 82,
Cooper, Clon, Jr .....----- .
Cooper. Majel, Soph. . . 115, 116,
Cooper. Nt-al, Sr ...... 65. 206.
Cope, Kit. Soph. ......... .
Cope-iilmwr. Pat. Soph. .... 112.
Copp. Karon. Fr ...-- ----
Corhitt, Sli:-rry, Sr. . . .
Corvv. T1lI'lfl1l1N, Fr. . .
Corlriy. Kvnna, Jr. . . -
Cosliy. Huck. Jr. .... - -
Cosgrow. D1-bbiv. Sr.. .
Cotton. Jvrry. Soph. . .
Counliss. 411411. Jr. .
Con-ntrj. Paul. Jr. . . . . .
Cowling. Sandi. Fr. . - -
Cok. 11111. . . . . 7
4' . 1'
. . 165.
.ox. lh1l1l'glllI't'1,.. Jr. . . . .90,
Cox. Raiuly. Sr.. .
Cox. Shannon. Fr. .
Cox. S114-llx. Jr. . .
1163... 11.-.11....11. . . . 03. 99.
Cozln. Paul. Fr. ...... 60.
Lozhx. SitlIlt'X. Sr. .--. 19. 20.
' 39. 95. 99. 10.1. 206.
Crahlr. Sharon. Sr ....,.. 207.
Craig. Rivhard. Sr. . . . . . . . .
Craig. Rohbi. Jr. . . . 75. 92.
Crainvr. '1'rina. Sr. . . . .20T.
Cranv. Dvliliiv. Soph. . . . .
Crane. 'l111t'l't'Sii. Soph. . .
k11'L1XK1iHI'll. Rolrrt. Soph. .
Croasi.1'i1'ki.Soph. . . , .
111't'lI11'11l1. l"1'1'1ltliP. Soph. . . . .
Crist. Cathi. Soph. . . .
1.1'1SXV'l1. 1.ll1tlY, Fr. ..,... 132.
Crism-11. 11.11.110 Soph. .
1.ro4'k1'11. .Jilt'lilt'. Jr. - - - -
Croinxwll. Carlevn. Soph. . . .70.
Crook. ii11Lll'l'i. Sr. . . . 70. T1
Crouvh. Carolyn. Soph. . .
Croix. Sam. Fr ......
Crop, 1.1 11t111a. Jr. . . . .
Croi, Daxid. Soph. .
Criiw-. David.17r.. . . . . .
Criigar. N111-k. Fr. . . . . .
1.1'1lIIlI11t'l. Jerri. Fr. . . 118. 119.
1il1lllIll1lt'l. '1'1-rry. Fr, . . 118. 119.
Crutsingz-r. T0l11lT11'.,Jf.- . . . .
Cuinha-rlin. Barbara. Sr.
Cuinniins. Charles. Soph. .... .
Ciinninghani. Doris. Soph. . . .
Cuniiinghani. Kakkiv. Fr. . . 119.
Cuiininghani. Judy. Jr. .
Cunningliani. Teri. Soph. .
Cuiiningliain. . 1 - -
-Cupit.Kalh1. 1'r. . . . . .
Cupps. 11111. Fr. . . . . .
Cupps. Stvwii. Soph ....... 59. 149
Curtis. Charla. Soph. . . 115. 116. 149
Curtis. Charles, Jr. . . . . 101-, 167
Curtis, Jorry, Jr. . . ..... . 167
Cutvhin, Rusty, Soph. ..... 58, 59,
66, 67, 149
Dabhs, Debbie. Sr. . ...... 207
Daerr, Dzu'yl, Fr. . . .,..,- 143
Dake, David, Fr ..... 124. 125.
Dalton, Celia. Jr ......--- 91
DeHart. 111-1-111-1-. Soph. .
Dt'1.iL111LlZ2l. Nestor. Soph. .... .
Dellauglitvr. Nlarla. Jr. .
DHLOFIIIV, Charlie. Jr.. .
Dv lVlett'al1', Rivhard, Fr.
Delxlauro, D1-nnis, Soph.
Denkv, Dannv, Fr ....
Dennis, l.L1Dl1l1l1d, Soph.
Dennis, Stow. Sr.. . . .
Denton. Roger. Soph.. .
Dvodati. Joey. J1' .... .
Dordt-1 n. D1-111110, Soph.
Dvrdvyii. lmslie. Sr. . .
QQ, 100, 103, 167 Dvsvainps, Crvgory, Jr. .
Dana, Dorothv, Jr .......... 167 110V0f1'. 1:"S11"- -11' - ' -
Dani:-1. James. Fr. ...--- . - 14-3 Df'V0f1'- 91"W11r11 Sf- - -
Dani.-1. Mark, F.. .... ..... 1 33 Dial- .1011 Fr -3-.- - -
Danivlq palripiag jp , E 115. 116, 167 Divkt-ns. Deborah, Soph.
Daniols. Bill. Soph .......... 1-'19 D11'1W'- -'111"t'- -113 - - - -
. . .207.
. . . 41.
1 . f 120.
' texas 156.315
lhen Tommy 120161
15 510041106113 01111 1
Someone has got to be kiddingl
Danir-Is. Daxid. Fr. . . . 1213 Di.-ki.-. Xlm-gurl-1, Fr, . .
Daliivls. .1l'11i- SV- 'A"" ' - 3207 Divkson. Nlariain. Jr. . .
Danivls. 1'atri1'ia. Sr. . . 95. 207 Divtf, 11.11 111, Sr. . .
Danivls. Rolwrl. Fr. . . . 60. 68. 1.13 Dil1ilN..14'l1'. Fr. . . . .
17111111-15.S1'o1t. Fr. . . . . 02. 133 Dit'11li.Ji1n..1r. . . . . .
Drmli-11. '1'o1n. Jr .---'5 556. 89. 163. D1kit'1l1lL1l'0, Daxna. Fr. .
1784 179 Digi-niiaro. Vlaitra. Fr. .
Darling. 1'1lizab1't11. Soph. . .69. 149 Dillard. Slivrrx. Sr. . 91
Darwin. Carol. Sr. .... 207 Dill.-1, 15111111-flfr, . .
12..'hF4't'11ZU. Cvorg1'. Soph. . 119. 11-9 Dill.-1. -I4-1-L SUPIL, , , ,
Dau-nporl. Karen. Soph. . . . 149 Dillvy. Jo1111. Sr. . . . .
Daxidt-nko. S1-ott. Sr. . 207 Dilli-1. Slivril. Soph. .
Daxidson. Chris. Sr. ,.,, , . 207 Disnoy. Clarv. Soph. . .
Daiidson. Fritz .1r. . . . 70. 71. 183 Dittnmn. Rox. Sr.. .
Daxidson. Rolwrt. Fr. . 138. 138 Dixon, 111111111 Fr, . . .
12ilY1t1St71l, 111111 ne. S11 . . . . .207 Dixon. R1t'll21l'll. Sr. . .
Daxiv. 8111. Sr. ..... 77 90. 108. Doggvtt. .1in1. Sr. . .
110. 192. 193. 297 Dolson. Susan. Sr. . .
D111i11.,Ro1111r1. Sr. . .90 111. 207 Drimililsmi, 171110, jr, . .
Daxivs. Rohhin. l"r. . . . . . 133
DLR . 76. D4yng11q1g1p11- D4'n11i5, Sf, .
Daxis, Carol. Sr. . . . . . . 207
Daxis. Darlvnv. Fr ..... 69. 133 Dqyrrigq Ri.-lg, jr, .
Davis. Doliliio. Sr. .96. 117. 173. 207 154,551 Miki-, Fr, , , .
Daxis. llonald. Soph ..... . 149 Dostvr, Miko, Sr, . . .
Daxis. Donna. Soph. . . . . . 149 Dotson. 1'11ak1'. Soph. . .
Daxis. Ca-orgv. Fr. . . . . . 133 Doli. hlikv. Soph. . .
Davis. Jam:-s. Jr. . . 168 Dow. l.inda. Sr. . .
Dail.. Jol111. Jr. . . 51. 128. 168 Don. Cail. Sr.. . . . . .
Uaiis. Kz11..1r. 1 . . 99. 168 131111111-1. Danny. Jr. . .
198115. x1i1Iil'i, Fr. . . Duwningq Carman, Sfyph,
11LlX1r. Mina. Fr. . . . . . . 138 Drn-wlisol. Dax 111. Soph. .
1,111 is. Nillltf. FII- - - - - - 133 Drm-siivr. 111'lll't'. Soph. .
Davis. Randy. Fr.. , , , 133 Dl.t,Hm,,.. UML Jr- , , , .
Dmis. 111-111-ez Fr. . - - 133 Droisrx. Jenin-s. Fr. . .
111111. . 111t'1U'f. JV- - 3 - - 183 1111-xlitiss. Drvnda. Jr. . .
118115. Sltvfrj. Jr. . . . ljriggq-y's, .
Daxis. Yl111l'4'1ll. Soph. .... . . 149 Driglu-11. 11111-mi.-, Fr, . .
Davis. '114lI11II11'..11'- ---.- - - 183 Driskc-ll. Nlivki. Sr. . .
Dawson. Crm-gory. Sr.. . .9-1. 12.1-. 228 Dul,Lm- julml Fr, , ,
Daiwson. llonry. Jr.. .7 ...... 168 Duble. Kathy. Jr. . .
Dax. llarw-1. Sr. . . . . .207 D1111. Susan. Sr.. . . .
Dai. 1.infla. Soph.. . . . 149 Dugan. Quvnt. Soph. . .
Dt'LlI1.J1Il1l11f. Fr.. . . . . . 133 121lI1l1gjl1ll.Ji1114'. Jr. . .
D1-alon. 1'1r+-11111. Sr.. . . .207 Dunagan. Julie-. 1-ir. . .
l2f'LlNt'1'. Fawn Jr. . 168 Dtiiiaimiy. Nornia. Jr. .
12t'l'11. Casin. Soph ...... . 161 11llI1llXHl1. ilvllllllllf. Sr. .
111-Crazivr. Katliz-rine'. Fr. 133 lV1llllt'L1l1. Jiininx. Sr. .
. . . .1553
. . . . 168
. 1315. 111-I5
. . .1251 143
. 99. 100. 207
. . . 13515. 207
. . 118.149
118. 120. 149
. . 11-9
. . . 228
. . .72. 1321
. 89. 208
. . . . .208
. . . 208
. 62. 621. 61.
. 96. 208.
. . . 118. 168
. . . 125. 133
. . . . 208
. . .149
. . .208
. . .208
. . . .168
. . 91. 149
. .. 149
. . . . 149
. . 133
. . .208
. . . .168
. . . . .208
. . 119. 149
90. 99. 168
. . .208
. . . 208
Dungan, Robert, Sr. 1 1
Dunham, Patti, Jr. 1 1
Dunigan. .lane, Jr. 1 1
Dunigan, Kelly, Sr. 1 1
Dunn, Jeffrey, Soph. . 1
Dyke, Gene, Soph. . .
Eakin, David, Fr. . 1 1
Ebey, Mary, Jr ......
Eekroth, Michele, Fr. 1 1
Eddy, Gloria. Jr.
Eddy, Marc, Fr. .... 1
Eden, Lewis.Jr1 1 1 1 1
Eden. Steve, Sr.. .108, 110, 118,
Edmonds, Allen, Sr. 1 1
Edwards, David, Fr. 1 1
Edwards. Debbie. Soph.
Edwards, Jeff, Jr. 1 1 1 1
Edwards, Karen, Soph. 1
Ehrie, Ronnie, Soph. 1 1
Eigenmann, Vicki, Sr. 1
Eiland, Fred, 11r. . . . 1
Elam, Kenny, Soph. 1 1
Elkins, Darenda, Soph. 1
Elkins, Kathy, Jr.. 1 1 1
Elledge, Jan, Sr, 1 1 1
Elledge. Marvin. Jr.1 1
Elledge. Richard, Fr. . .
Elliott. Paul, .1r.1 1 1 1
1 1 1126.1
1 1 1116.1
1 1 1951
Ellis. Debbie, Sr ,,.. ....
Ellis, Greg, Soph.. . . 1 1 1
Ellis, JoAnn, Sr. ........ . 1
Ellis, Laurie, Soph ..........
Ellis. Vicki. Sr .... 94, 95, 100.
Ellison, Gharlene, Sr. ....... 1
Ellison. l1inette. .1r. .,..... 1 1
Elliston. Holly. Sr ........ 1 -
Elorriaga. Kathie, Soph1 1 . . 123.
Emery. Angelique. Soph. ,,., 1 1
Eng. Galvin. Soph .....,, 1
Engeling, Mark, Fr. . . . 60. 68.
English. Mike. Sr. 1 1 62. 64. 65.
English, Richard. Fr. .,..,. 68.
Epperson. Miehael. Soph.1 70. 71.
Escamilla. Mary Ellen, Jr ......
Estes. Linda. Sr. ,........ 1
Estlick. David. .1r. ...... 1 1 1
Estliek. Paula. Sr. ...-..... 1
Eubanks. Maureen, Soph. 1 1 1
Euhanks. Ronnie, Sr. .,..... 1
Eyans. Phill. Fr. ,,,,..... 1
Eyerett. Gary. Fr.. . 1 1 1 1119.
Euing. Rick. Soph. 1 1 1 158. 59.
Falls. Dennis, Sr. 1 1
Fill1S. Dianne. Sr. 1 1 .... 91.
Fairclo, Randy. Sr. 1 1 1 1 110,
Faith. Gerald. 11r. 1 1
Fallon. l1inda. Soplr 1
Farmer. fiathie. Soph.
Farrell. Bobby, Fr. 1 1
1'Jlll'l'1'11. Mieliael, Soph ...... 72
Farris. Debbie, Sr. 1 1 1 1 1 126,
Farris, Janice, Fr1 .,.. 1 1 1
Farris. Kenneth, Sr. . 1 1 1 1 1
Fairris. Miles, Sr. ...,.... 95.
Faulkerson. Jake. Soph1 .... 1 1
Fay. Robert. Fr. .,... 1 1 1 1
l'eld. l'i'.l111l4'. Sr. 1 ...., 126.
Fender. Wyatt. 5oph11 1 1 1 1 1 1
Fergon. Nlariam. 1lr. .
Fergon. Mark. Fr. 111111 119.
Ferguson. Becky, Fr. .11,111 1
Ferguson. Greg, Jr. . 1
57. 81, 100.
Ferguson, l.aureen. Sr. 111111 1
Ferguson. Robert. Jr.. 1 1 . 1
Ferrel, 1Jt'lDy.,JI', ,,,11 1 1 1
Felherslon. Ilax-id, Soph 1111111
Fetlierson. Nancy. Jr.. 1 1 1 1 1 1
Fa.-1.1.1 Juli.-1 s..,3h 1111 104. 1301
Fikar. l1ean.1Fr1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Fillingim. Nlorgan. Fr .11.1111
Fineel. Diann. Soph. 1 . 1 1 1
Fincel. Stepln-n. Jr. 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 119. 51.
Finch, Ricky, Soph. 1 1 1 1 1
Fincher, Dale, Fr. .111 1 1 172,
Fincher, Shannon, Jr. ...-- 1
Finderbur h Joe Jr .....---
g , 1 .
Fisher, Tim, Soph ..... 99, 150,
Fishler, Kevin, Jr. ........ .
Fletcher. Kenny. Jr. 1 1 b. 1 1 1 1
Fletcher, Susan, Fr. ........ .
Floranee, Robert, Sr. ...... 81,
Flores, Connie, Sr. . 1 1 1 1 1
Flores, Sammy, Jr. 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Flowers, James, Fr.. 1 1 1 1 160,
Flowers, Sharon, Soph. 1 1
Flynn, Dianne, Jr. ........ .
Fondren, Joy, Soph. ......- 1
Ford, Mike, Fr. .... 60, 61, 76,
Forester, David, Jr. .... 1
Forester. Donna. Fr ...... 1 1 .
Forrester. Christina, Soph .1..11
Forrester, Tony, Soph .... . -
Foster, Camille, Fr. .... 1 1
Foster, Jackie, Jr. 1 1 . 1
Foust, April, Fr. 1 1 1
Foust, Gay, Jr. . .
Fowler, Curt, Fr ..111 1 1 .68,
Fowler, Debbie, Fr. .1.111 121,
Fowler, Katherine, Soph. 1.... 1
Fowler, Marina, Jr .... 117, 119,
Fowlkes, Mark, Fr. 1 75. 99, 133
Fowlkes, Steve. Jr.
Fox, Niekey, Sr. 1
Fox, Randy, Soph.
Fralia, Jeff, Fr. . .
Francis, Bill, Sr. 1
Francis, Robert, Fr. 1 .
Franz, Bobby, Sr, 1 1 1
Fraser, Jim, Sr. . .
1 1 1 1 60.17611
Fredette, Renee, Jr. ........ 1
Fredriekson, Jacque, Soph. .... 1
Freed. Tighe. Fr .1111,111 60.
Freeman. Gail. Fr .11,, 1 1 1
Freeman. Peggy. Fr. 1 1
French. Michael. Soph . . 1 1
Frendren. Jay. Soph. 1
Fricker. Dale. Fr. 1 1 1
Fricker, Ellen. Jr. .... 1 1 1 1
Friedman, Alan, Soph .... 74. 75.
91, 151. 155.
Friedman. Walker. Sr.
55. 188. 196. 200. 202.
Frost. Kristin. 1Jr. 1 - 1
Fl'llg4'.J011I1. Soph. 1 1
Fruge. '1'rey. Sr..
Fujita. Frank. Jr. 1 1
1 81. 82.
Fulkerson. Tommy. Soph. 58. 59.
Fuller. Bill. Sr. 1
62. 65, 94. 95, 99. 151. 194.
uller, Edith. Fr .......... -
Fuller. 11arry, Soph. .... 60, 82.
Fuller. Peggy. Jr .... 1 1 1 1 1
Fuller, Vi illa, Fr ...........
l"underburgh. Joe. Jr. ..... 1 1 1
1 18. 90.
Furey, Palty. Fr.. 1 1 .
Gaddes, Darlene, Sophw 1 1 1 1
Gaddy, Gindi. Soph. . 1 1 - - -
Caddy, Vera, Sr. .... 1 1 1
Gaede. Kathe. Soph. 1 1 1 - -
Gaines, Cheryl. Fr. 1 1
Gaines. Vivian. Jr. .
Gallimore. Jeanne. Jr.
tlallimore. Nancy. Jr. 1 . . 1 116.
tlambill. Jeannm-1 Jr. . 1 1 1 1 1
Gammons, Bill. Sr. 1 1 - - -
Ganoc. Debra. Fr. 111111-. -
Gant, Ed. Fr. 1 1111111. 60.
Gatrtleline. Theodore. Soplt. ---1 1
Gardner. Rosemarie. Sr 1..1 1 . 1
Garland. John. Fr. .... 1 .60.
Garmany. John. 1lr. . 1 1 1 1 1 1
Garmtmy. Mark. Fr. 11111 131.
Garner. Angela. Soph. 1 1 69. 91.
Ggirrett. Neal. Fr. 11,111,1, 1
farrison. James. Er. 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Garrison. Yeriie. Soph, 1.111 92.
Gartlan. 1.111412l. Soph. . 11.. 1 1
Garlman. Nora. Sr. 111,1 151.
18. 19. 26.
1 1 159. 92. 93, 99
Gartner, Allen, Jr. 1 1 1 1 1 170
Gartner, Bill, Fr 1111 11.. 60 , 134
Gasparine, Mike, Soph. 1.1111 151
Gaston, Debra, Jr. 1 1 11... 170
Gaston, Lonnie, 1Jr. 1 . 1 52, 55, 170
Gaston, Rob, Fr. . 1 ..1. 60, 134
Gates. Vicki. Fr. . . .--- 134
Gauger, Gasey, Sr. 1 1 1 1 . 228
Gavrel, Bob, Soph. 1 1 1.--- 151
Gavrel, Gus, Fr. 1 1 1 1 . 1134, 143
Geer, Garlton, Soph. . ...-- 151
George, Juliet, Jr. 1.11111 92, 104,
106, 113, 170
Geren, Eva, Fr. .1.. ..--- 1 34
Geren, Pete, Sr. .... 16, 20, 27. 28.
53, 55, 76, 77, 88, 92.
110, 186, 187, 198, 211
German. Linda, Soph. 1 1 1 118, 151
Gesch, Linda, Sr. . 1 1 ...1 1 211
Geseh, Peggy. Fr.. 1 1 . 1 . 134
Geyer, Ghrys, Jr .... ----- 1 70
Ghena, Pat, Fr. 1111 1 1 1 134 14-3
Gibson, Brad, Soph. 1 1111 161
Gibson, Dan. .lr. 1 1 1 1 . - 170
Gibson David, Fr. 1 1 1 134
Gibson. Elaine, Jr. 1 1 1 170
Gibson. Gary. Fr. 1 1 1 1 134
Gibson Glen, Soph. 1 1 151
Gibson. Mike. Fr.1 1 1 .---- 134
Gibson. Pam. Soph.. 1 ..--- 151
Gibson Russell. Jr. 1 1 . 54. 55. 170
Giddens. John. Jr. . . 1 1 1 1 - - -
Gilbert, 11isa. Fr. 1 1 - 134
Giles. Jim ......- - 125
Gillcn, John, Soph .111 1 1 151
Gillespie. Jack, Soph. 1....-- 151
Gillespie. Paul, Soph ......- - 1
Gillespie, Randy, Jr. . 1 1 72, 73 170
Gilligan, George. Soph1 1 1 58, 59, 151
Gillis, John. Soph. 11111111 161
Gillis. Tom. Soph. 1 1 1 1 1 161
Gire. Ghyrs 11,1 1 1 1 .95
Gire. Roger. Fr. 1 ..-1 60. 134
Giyens. Greg, Sr. 1 ....1- 211
Glamann. Hank. 11r. 1 1115. 116. 170
Glasgow, Garol, Fr. ....1.-1 134
Glatzel, Maryanne. Soph. 11111 151
1 1 1 1 151
Glatzel. Marvlvn rt. Soph.
Glauber, Jan, Jr.
Glidewell, Jeri, Sr. 1 1
Glio, John, Fr. . 1
Gober, David, Jr1
Gober, Donald, Jr. 1 .
Golus, Nancy 1 1
Goff. Mike, Sr. 1
Gomez. Doug, Fr.1 1 1
Gomez, Mary, Fr.1 1 1
Good, Linda, Soph. . 1
Goode, Kathy, Soph. .
1 125, 126, 183
1 1111 134
11 111 11151
Goodrum, Dale, Sr. 1 1 81, 82, 99, 211
Gordon, Guy, Jr. 74, 7
Gorrell, Carolyn, Fr. .
Gosnell, Shellie, Sr. . 1
Govednik, Tony. Jr. 1
Grader, Peter. Soph. 1
Graham, Kathy, Fr.. .
Grammer. Billy, Sr.. 1
Graves, Jack, Fr ....
Graves, Rhonda, Sr. 1
Graves, Roxanne, Sr. 1
Gray, Alison, Soph. 1 1
Green, Gary, Soph. 1 .
Green, Linda, Jr. 1 1 1
Green, Rita, Fr.. 1 1 1
Green. Waldean, Fr. 1
Gregory, Margaret, Fr.
Gregory, Mclony, Fr. 1
Griffey, Doug. Sr.. 1 1
5, 92, 103, 170
1 111.1 161
1 1.111 151
1 11.1 151
1 111. 134
1 1 .191 53. 54.
194, 195, 211
Griffin, Dianne. Fr. 1111111.. 134
Griffin, Kathy, Jr. 1 1 1 1 170
Griffin. Laura. Jr.. 1 1 1 1 1 171
Griffith, Billie, Jr.. 1 1 1111 1 1 171
Griffith, Blane, Fr ..11... 119, 134
Griffith. Debbie, Soph. 1134. 138, 161
Griffith. Dusty. Soph, .111111. 151
Griffith. Earl, Soph. .1..111. 161
Griffith. Pam. Jr .111 1 1 1 118. 183
Griffith Royce. Jr ,111 1111. 1 71
Griffith. Teresa. Sr. 1111111.. 211
Griggs. Debbie, Soph. 111. 118. 151
Griggs. Diane. Sr. 11111.. 152, 211
Grigsby. James, Sr. ..1.11. 76, 79,
185. 211. 223
Grimes, Bill, Sr. 1 1 11...11 228
Grinnell, Jackie, Sr. 1 111.11 211
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Harrington, Jeff, Sr. . 211
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Grissom, Renee, Sr. . . . .114
Grozier, Barbara, Jr. . . . .
Grozier, Louise, Sr.
Guana, Jamie, Soph
Guerrant, Steve, Jr.
Gurnmelt, Mike, Soph ........
Gunn, Gillian, Fr. . . .119, 134,
Gunter, Pam, Fr .......... .
Gunter, Gaylen, Sr. .... 74, 75,
Gustafson, Jon, Jr. . . . . . . . .
Guthrie, Cheri, Fr ..... 90, 134,
Gutierrez, Josie, Jr. ..... . . .
Gutierrez, Robert, Soph. 124, 125.
Haas, Darryl, Sr. . . . . .
Haas, Robert, Jr ....
Haiden, Rick, Soph. .
Hainey, Bryant, Fr.. .
Hainey, Mel, Jr.. . . .
Hale, Jackie, Soph. . .
Hale, Theron, Fr. . .
'Hall, Debbie, Soph. . .
Hall, James, Soph. . .
John, Sr. . . .
Melinda, Fr.. .
Hall, Stephen, Fr.. .
Hall, Tony, Soph. . .
Halliday, Steve, Jr. . .
Halliday, Valerie, Fr, .
Halsey, Linda, Soph. . .
Halsey. Vit-kie, Fr ....
Hamilton, Sandra, Fr. .
Hamlin, Mike, Fr. . .
Hamlin, Pat, Sr. . . .
Hamm, Anne, Soph. . .
Hammond, Larry, Fr. .
Hammond, Laura, .lr.. .
Hammond, Marc, Soph.
Hancock, Fain, Soph..
Hancock, Melody, Sr.
Hands, . -
Hanes, Lynda, Sr. . .
Rita, Sr. . . .
Bill, Soph. . .
Haney, Johnnue, Soph. ,..,. .
Susan, Sr.. . . 115, 116,
Hanley, Fiske, Fr. . . . . . . .
Hanley, Susan, Fr. . . . . .121
Hanna, Janet, Fr. ........ .
Hanneman, Charles, Sr. . 72, 73,
Hansen, De Anna, Soph. .... .
Hansen, Terri, Fr. ....... .
Hanson, Jimmy, Jr.. . . 124, 125,
Hanson, Suzan, Fr. . . .
Harbour, Frances, Fr. .
Harden, Richard, Soph.
Hardwick, Beverly, Jr. .
Hare, Richard, Jr. . . .
Hargrove, Nancy, Soph.
Hargrove, Tony, Sr. . .
. . .1247
Harland, Con nie, Soph. ..... .
Harman, Roger, Soph. . 124,
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Roger, Jr. . . .
Paula, Jr. .,,. . . ,
Cynthia So h. . 116, 135,
Harrington, Estelle, Jr. .... 118,
Audrey, Fr.. .
Harriet, Fr.. .
Jack, Soph. . ,
Kenny, Jr. . .
Nancy, Soph. . .
Phyllis, Jr. . . . .
Ruthe So h .
. . p - -
Hart, James, Soph. . .
Hartman, Andy, Fr. .
Hartman, Mike, Sr.. .
Harvey, Mike, Fr. . .
Harwell, Janie, Jr. . . .
Hatland, Connie, Soph..
i i 167,
Hatt, Joellen, Jr. ........ .
Hauber, Josh, Jr ....
Hausenfluke, Glen, Fr. . . . ,
Hause, Earl, Fr. ....,.. .
Hauxell, Amanda, Fr. . . . .
Havender, Andy, Fr. . .
Hawkins, Craig, Fr. .
Hawley, Gary, Fr. .
Hay, Roger, Sr.. .
Hayes, Jeff, Fr. . . .
Hayes, John, Sr. . . .
Kevin, Soph. .
Hayes, Richard, Sr.. . .
Haynes, Janice, Soph. .
Haynie, Janice, Soph.. .
Hazlett, Bill, Jr.. . .
Heald, Casey, Sr. . .
Heald, Chip, Fr. .
Heald,,'Jeff, Soph.. . .
Heath, Curt, Fr. . . .
Heerwagen, Michael, Fr
Heflin, Norman, Soph.
Heidman, Rick, Fr.. . I i i 1 1
Heikenen, Danny . . .
Heinecke, Mary, Fr. .
Heit, Jerry, Fr .....
Heit, Jim, Soph. .... .
Helland, Deedee, Soph. ..... .
Helzer, Carol, Jr ....
Helzer, Jim, Fr.. . . .
Henderson, John, Soph.
Hendricks, Dennis, Jr.
Henker, Dana, Jr. . .
Henry, Ray, Fr.. . .
Henshaw, Linda, Sr. .
Hensley, Debbie, Jr. .
Heptig, Stephen, Fr. .
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Hertel, Mark, Fr. . . .
Sara, Jr.. . .
Sheri, Er. . . ,
Heynatz, Beth, Jr. . .
Heynatz, Debbie, Soph.
Jay, Jr. ....
Kevin, Jr ....
Mike S0 h
Patti, Jr.. . ..
Higgs, Brian, Sr ....
Hightower, Roxanne, Soph. . . .
Hightower, Sharon, Jr.
Clint, Jr. . . . .
Hillary, Soph.. .
Diane, Sr ....
Earl, Fr.. . . .
Hill, Holly, Soph. . . .
Leigh, Fr ....
Richard, Jr ....
Roekv, Soph. . .
Steve, Jr. Y. . .
Hillaker, Missy, Soph.
Hinds, Joe, Soph. . . .
Hines, Bill, Fr .... Q . . 60, 61, 135 Jackson, Diane, Soph. ....... 153
Hines, Charlotte, Jr. ........ 171 Jacobs, Rusty, Soph .... 72, 73, 153
Hines, Linda, Sr ...... 95, 119, 212 JHCObl1S, Diane, Jr ....... 165 172
Hines, Mark, Sr ,,,,,,, 18, 27, 53, Jalbert, Michael, JT. .... 12,
55, 95, 212 James, Brad, Jr. ........... 172
Hines, Phyllis, Sr. . ....... 212 James, Hollis, Soph. . .... . 153
Hinson, Jeff, Fr .... ..... 1 35 James, Jimmy, Sr. . . . . 213
Hinz, Glenda, Soph. . . . .... 152 James, John, Soph ..... . . . 153
Hobbs, Judy, Sr .... ..... 2 28 James, Royce, Soph .... . . . 153
Hobbs, Robert, Jr. . . . . .59, 183 Jarrell, Janell, Soph. . . . . . .153
Hoera, Charles, Soph. ...... 72, 152 Jarvis, Julie, Jr. .... . . . 172
Hoffman, Kim, Fr. . . . . . 135 Jary, Edmund, Sr. . . . .213
Hoffman, Victor, Sr. . . . .228 Jary, Sandy, Sr.. . . . , .
Hogue, Mike, Sr .... . . .212 Jary, Suzie, Fr. . . . . . 136
Hokr, Jim, Soph ..... . . . 161 Jary, Trey, Soph. . . . . . 153
Holcembaek, Jo Ann, Jr. ...... 171 Jeffrey, Camille, Fr. . . . 136
Holland, Ellen, Sr ........... 96 J0nkinS, Mike --... . .95
Holley, Chris, Jr .... .,.. 9 5, 171 Jenson, Gail, Soph ...... . . 153
Holm, Eric, Fr. . . . .... 135 Jenson, James, Sr. ..... . . . 228
Holmes, Tay, Sophn , , ,,,,, 89 Jernigan, Christopher, Soph. . .59, 153
Honey, Cindy, Soph ......... 152 Jetton, Robert, Soph. . . . 66, 67, 153
Hooper, Glenn, Fr.. . , . . 125, 135 Jewell, Bill, Jr. ...... . . . . 172
Hope, Tim, Jr. .... ...... 1 83 Jobs-on, Robert, Soph. ...... 153
Hopkins, Rhonda, Sr. ....... 212 Joe, Phillip, Jr -.......... 183
Hopper, James, Soph.. . . 58, 59, 161 Johnson, David, Sr. .... 94, 123, 213
Hoppin, Mellaurie, Sr ....,. 35, 95, Johnson, Dawn, Fr. ........ 136
121, 212 Johnson, Gary, Fr ......... ,60
Horan, Debby, Fr ........ 91, 135 Johnson, Marlene, Soph .... 119, 153
Hgranv Susan, ,,,,,,,,, JOllIlS0l'1, Marshall, Fl' .....
Horn, Bill, Sr. ..,... 39, 55, 212 Johnson, Nancy, Fr. . . . . 136
Horn, Eric, Soph. ..... 18, 76, 152 J0hns0n, Pal, Fr. . . . . 136
Horn, Kenneth, Soph. ..... 67, 153 Johnson, Plfggy, Jr. ........ 172
Horne, Dallas, Soph ......... 161 Johnson, Robert, Sr ...... 124, 213
Horton, Melody, Soph. . . . . . . 153 Johnson, Sandra, Soph.. . . . . . 153
Houch, Karl, Fr ..... . . . 135 Johnson. 5US11n.Jr. ....... . 172
Houser, James, Jr ...... . . . 171 Johnson, Terry, Fr. ....... . 136
Houser, Richard, Soph. ....... 153 Johnson, Valerie, Jr. . . 118, 119, 172
Hovencamp, Betty, Jr ........ 171 Jolly, Ann, Jr. ........... 172
Howard, Carol, Sr .... 115, 116, 212 Jones, Barbie, Sr. . . ..... 91, 213
Howard, Charles, Jr ......... 183 Jones, David, Soph.. . . . . . 153
lHoward, Don, Fr,. . . . . 135 Jones, Debbie, Sr.. . . . . 213
lHoward, Gene, Jr. . ...... Jones. Eddie, Soph. . ........ 153
Howard, Mike, Jr. . .... 81. 171 Jones, James, Jr ......... . . 185
Howard, Susan, Frm , ,,,, 135 Jones, Jay Dee, Sr. .l9, 100, 213, 225
Howard, Vicki, Fr. . . . . . 135, 143 JOTlf'5, Judith. Fr ....... . . . 136
Howard, Vicki, Sr. . . . . . 212 Jones. Margaret, Jr. ..... . .69, 172
Howell, Ronnie, Fr, ,,,,,,, , , Jones, Mark, Soph ,....... 81, 82,
Hoyt, Marilynn .......... .95 99, 145, 151, 153
Hoyt, Roberts, Soph. 72, 73, 146, 153 JONES, Mike, Jr. ......,... 172
Huberthal, Leslie, Fr. ....... 135 Jones. Paula. Jr- ...-- 84, 163. 172
Hudgins, Deana, Fr ........ 135 Jones, Polly, Jr.. . . 88, 99, 104, 172
Hudman, Doug, Sp, , ,,,, 45, 212 Jones, Stephen, Sr .......... 228
Hudman, Ronny, Fr. ..... 125, 135 Jones, Steve. Fr. . . . . . 136
Huff, Janiee, Soph ......... 153 Jopling, Jenny, Fr. . . . . 136
Huggins, Britt, Soph. ...... 59, 153 Jordan, Anne, Sr,. . . . . 213
Huggins, Debbie, Jr ....... 99, 171 Jordan. Dub, Fr .........,. 136
Hughes, Debbie, Jr.. . . . . 171, 172 Jordan, Elizabeth, Fr. .... . . . . 136
Hughes, Jan, Fr .......... 135 Jordan, Mike, Sr. ..... 29, 196, 213
Hughes, Lynn, Sr. .... 94, 96, 213 Joseph, Cedric, Jr. ....... 62, 64,
Hummel, Cathi, Jr. . . ..... 183 65, 163, 169, 172
Hurnmgl, Chris, Sf., , ,,,,, , , Julian, Mark, FI' .... 18, 60, 76,
Hummel, Kevin, Fr. . .... 60, 135 Justice, Jeannie, Jr. ......... 183
Hummel, Kim, Fr. . . .... 143
Hussev, Jill, Sr. .... .... 3 9, 213
Hutchins, Richard, Jr. ....,. 171 K
Hutchinson, Claudia, Fr. . . . 135 Kane, Grady, Fr ........... 136
Hutchinson, Karen, Jr. ...... 171 Kane, Sandy, Sr ..... 213, 222, 223
Hutson, Barrv, Jr. ....,. 171 213 Kauffman, Houston, Fr. .89, 129, 136
Hutson, Billie, Sr. ........ . . Kauffman, Leslie, Jr. ........ 172
Hyink, Ronnie, Sr. ...... 118 228 Kvarby, Dan, Fr. . . ..... 136
Hyndman, Randy, Soph. . 58, 59, 153 KPHYUS, SUSAN, Fr .,........ 136
Keefer, Barbara, .lr. ......... 172
Keeton, Bil, Soph. . 72, 73, 146, 153
1 Keil, Karen, Fr. ........... 136
lmmell, David, Er. . . . 143 Keith, Katherine, Fr. ........ 136
lmmell, Michael, Fr, . . . 143 Kellerman, Shellie, Jr ........ 183
Ingram, James, Fr. . . . 135 Kelley, Don, Sr. .25, 62, 64, 65, 214
lrvine, Candy, Fr. . . . . 136 Kelley, Pam, Sr. ....... 121, 214
lrvine, Dabney, Sr. . . . . 213 Kelley, Ronnie, Jr ........ . 172
lrvine, Marta, Soph. . . . 153 Kelley, Scott, Fr ..... . . . 136
lrvine, Robin, Soph. . . . 153 Kelly, Andrew, Soph.. . . . . . . .
lrving, Rick, Jr. . . . . 171 Kelly, Charles, Fr. . . . . . . 136
lsbell, Janie, Jr.. . . . . 171 Kelly, Jeff, Soph. . . . . . 153
lsbell. Jennifer, Fr. . . .... 136 Kelly, June, Soph. . . . . . . 153
lyy, Jan, Soph .... . . . 144, 153 Kemp, Theresa, Sr. ,..,. . . . 214
K4-nnarfl, Karen, Soph.. . . . . . 153
Kennedy, Bruce, Fr .... , . . 143
-J Kennedy, Elbert, Soph.. . . . . . l53
Jackson, Bill, Sr ........ 28, 107. Kennedy, Kim, Fr. . . . ..... 136
116, 118. 119, 196. 213 Kennon, Chris, Sr. . ...... 228
Jackson. Carolyn, Soph. . . . . . 153 Kennon. Judy, Sr. .... 32, 110, 214
Kimbrough, Faye, Soph ....... 153
Kliarskv, Linda, Sr.. . .
Kerr, Allison, Fr.. . .
Kesler, Jackie, Soph. .
Kidd, Bob, Soph ....
Kidd, Casey, Sr. . . .
Kilgore, Kirk, Soph. .
. ...70, 136
. . .69, 153
King, David, Jr. ...,., 66, 67, 172
. ..... 214
King, Karen, Soph. . . .
King, Karen, Soph. . . .
King, Ronelle, Soph ....
King, Helen, Sr. . . .
King, Susan, Soph. ......... . .
Kirbie, Hugh, Sr. .
Kirk, Karen, Soph. . . . .... . 153
Kite, Gary, Soph. . . .
Kite, Nancy, Sr. .
Knapp,JKaren, Sr. . . , , . .
Knibbe, Randy, Jr. . . . . . .
Knight, Pat, Fr.. .
. , . .119,
Knox, Donna, Sr. ......... .
Knowles, Baxter, Fr ...... 125
Knudsen, Beverly, Jr.. . 117, 118
Koch, Randall, Sr ..........
Kochinsky, Warren, Jr. ...... .
Koerner, John, Sr. . . 76, 78, 79,
Koger, Kenny, Jr. ..,..... .
Komatsu, Karl, Sr ........ 27,
91, 92, 103,
Krajewski, Edward, Fr. .,.. 119,
Kramer, Helen, Fr. ....,... .
Krance, James, Soph.. ,....,., .
Krause, James, Soph. . . .
Krauter, Mary, Soph. . . .
Kroon, David, Sr.. .
Kruzick, George, Sr.
Kuhl, Pam, Sr ,.,..
. . 118, 153
, .103, 113, 214
Laws, Shelly, Sr. . . . . 92, 95, 228
Layne, Gary, Jr. . . . . 136, 172
Leach, Steve, Jr. . .... 183
Leche, Karl, Fr.. . ....... 136
Leary, Cindy, Sr .........., 215
Lederer, Jim, Sr .... 76, 78, 79, 215
Lee, Cali, Fr ............. 136
Lee, Joann, Soph.. . .... 69, 154
Lee, Julie, Jr ............. 173
Lehman, Lynda, Fr. . . .69, 135, 137
Lehn, Johnv, Fr. ... . ,..... 137
LeMay, James, Sr. ....... 74, 215
Lemon, Richard, Jr. . . .33, 104, 173
Leonard, Becki, Sr. ...,..,.. 228
Leon, Aleta, Fr. ..... . . . 137
Leonard, Daniel, Sr. . . . . .215
Leonard, David, Jr.. . . . . . 173
Leonard, Ellen, Sr. . . . . . . . .215
Leonard, Emily, Fr. ........ 137
Leonard, Louise, Soph. . .91, 154, 161
Leonhart, Pam, Jr ..,,...,,. 173
Leseman, John, Sr. ,.... 53, 54, 55,
. 56, 81, 82, 215
Lester, John, Jr. .......... 173
Lester, Malcolm, Sr. ........ 228
Level, Craig, Sr. . . .... 215
Levey, Kim, Fr.. . . . . 137, 143
Lewis, Beverly, Fr. . .... 137
Lewis, Cathy, Jr. . . . . .215
Lewis, Lorraine, Sr. V ........ 216
Lewis, Melissa, Jr. ......... 173
Lewis, Robert, Jr. .... 118, 119, 183
Lievrow, Chuck, Soph ..... 148, 154
Lievrow, Leah, Jr. ....... 95, 118
119, 120, 173
Linan, Jesse, Soph ........ ....
Linan, Manuel, Fr. . ..... 60,
Kurk, Sharon, Soph. . ...,. 153 Linden, Daniell Fr. ...... 114, 137
Kutchinski, Neal, Soph. . . . . . 161 Lindsay, Ann, Er. ..... 28, 29, 99
Kuykendall, Bette, Jr. . . . 172 129, 137. 196
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LaBo0n, David, Fr. . . . . .60, 143 Lingo, Randy, Jr.. . . . 173
Lackey, Sue, Jr., . . .... 172 Lipson, Becky, Fr. . . . . 137
Ladd, Valerie, Fr.. . . ...... 136 Litsey, Danny, Sr. . . . . . .216
Lahmer, Lynn, Fr .......... 136 Livingston, Debbie, Jr .... . . 173
Laine, Jim, Sr. ....... 27, 76, 78, Livingston, Holly, Soph. . . . . 154
79, 88, 91, 215 Lobreacht, Laura, Soph. . . . . 154
Lambert, Suzanne, Fr ........ 136 Lobstein, Jim, Jr. ...,. . . . .
Landry, Alan, Fr. ..,....,.. 136 Lobstein, Tim, Jr. .... . . 173
Lane, Bill, Sr. .... 19, 100, 215, 225 Lockabee, Tim . . . . . . . 118
Lane, Janice, Soph. ......... 154 Loffland, Cary, Sr. . . ,,.. 91, 216
Lane, Jeanine, Jr. .......... 172 Long, Gary, Jr ............ 173
Lanove, Kathleen, Soph ....... 154 Long, Harry, Jr. ..... 52, 114, 173
Lanove, Linda. Sr ....,.. 116, 215 Long, Leslie, Sr. . . ....... 216
Larance, Diane, Sr.. . . ..... 215 Long, Lindsey, Fr. . . . . . .89, 137
Larsen, Vicki, Soph ...... 118, 154 Looney, Don, Sr. .... .... 2 16
LaSalle, Laurie, Soph. ..... 69, 154 Lopez, Margaret, Fr. . . . . . . .37
Lathan, Scott, Sr. .... .... 2 15 Love, Benjy, Soph. . . . , . . . . .
Launderson, John . . . . . 112 Loury, Kathy, Fr. ....... 125, 137
Launderson, John . . . . . . 112 Loveall, Sharon, Sr. ...,. . . 28, 90,
Law. Tom, Jr. ..... . . 172 95. 96, 100, 103, 104, 194,
Lawless. John, Sr. . . . . .215 196. 198, 199. 216
Lawrence, Johnny, Fr. . . , . 136 Lovelace, Sharon, Sr. ..,.,. 27, 216
Lowrance, Johnny, Fr. . . . . 143
Lowry, Kathy, Fr. . . . . . 123
Loyd, Dale, Soph.. . . . .
Loyd, Gail, Soph. .... . .
Lucas. Phyllis, Soph. . . . . . .
Luke, Joe, Fr. ..... . 137
Lumpkins, Fr.. . . 137
Lunday, Donna, Jr.. . . . . 173
Lundquist, Mark, Fr. . . 137
Luttrell, Danny, Jr. . . 183
Luttrell, Dwight, Fr. . . 137
Luttrell, Cary. Fr. . . . 137
Lutz, Herbert, Soph. . . . .
Lyle, Frances, Jr. . . . 173
Lyle, Ruth, Fr. . . 137
Lysiak, Richard .... 119
Maberry, Davis, Fr., . . 143
MacDonald, Terry, Fr. . 137
MacDonell, Lisa, Fr. . . 137
MacMurray, Jodi, Sr. . . 192,
Macc, John, Jr ..... 183
Maddox, Barney, Jr. . . 174
Madewell, Sharon, Jr.. . 183
Maddoek, Steve, Jr.. . . 174
Magness, Jacque, Sr. . . 217
Mahan, Milo, Soph.. . . 154
Mahoney, Pat, Soph. . . 161
Mahurin, Theresa, Soph ...... 154
Malone, Andy, Soph. ..... 115, 116
Malone, Don, Sr ......... 70, 71,
99, 194, 198, 199, 217
Malone, Gary, Jr. ...., 70, 71, 174
Malone, John, Soph ........ 155
Malone, Robert, Jr. ........ 174
Maloney, Margie, Soph. ...... 155
Manale, Terry, Sr. ..,.... 95 217
Mangham, Debbie, Soph. ..... 155
Manicaom, Susan, Fr. ...... 137
Mann, Gary, Sr. ....... 124, 217
Mann, Lynette, Soph. ..... 115, 116,
Mann, Tim, Fr. .......... 137
Mansker, Tera, Soph.. . . 89, 92, 155
Manuel, Hilda, Jr. ....... 69, 174
Marchand, Eric, Soph ..... 113, 155
Marchesseau, Charlotte, Sr.. . .99, 217
Marehesseau, Linda, Jr. ..... 89, 174
Marietta, Cindy, Sr.. 92, 93, 197, 217
Marsh, Cherylanne, Jr. . .95, 120, 174
Martin, Billy, Fr ..,....... 143
Martin Charlie, Soph. ...... 155
Martin, David, Fr. . . . . . . . 143
Martin, Debra, Soph. ....... 155
Martin, Donald, Fr. ...... 137, 143
Martin, Maureen, Sr. . 90, 94, 96, 217
Martin, Robert, Jr ........, 183
Martin, Wayne, Soph. .,.... 155
Martin, Woody, Soph. ..., 115, 155
Martinez, Clara, Soph ....... 161
Martinez, Mary, Soph. . . . 155
Martinsen, Scott, Soph.. 161
Marusick, Luanne, Fr. . 137
Marvin, Nadene, Fr. , , 137
Mason, Jacquelyn, Soph. 155
Mason, James, Fr. . . . 137
Mason, Jesse, Fr .... . 137
Mason, Will, Fr. . . . 137
Massey, Phillip, Sr. . . .217, 222 223
Massingill, Berna, Fr.. . 137
Mastin, Laurin, Soph.. . 155
Mastrianni, Mike, Soph. 155
Mastrianni, Paul, Jr. . . 174
Matteson, Elizabeth, Jr.. 174
Mattcson, Martha, Soph. 155
Matthews, Jimmy, Jr. . . 174
Maughan, Mike, Jr. . , . 174
Maxson, Sam, Jr. ,... 174
Mayfield, Chris, Soph. . 161
Mayo, Paul, Fr. ..... 137
Mayo, Paula, Soph .... 161
Mays, Randy, Sr .,.. . 228
McAnulty, LouAnn, Sr. 216
McBride, Steven, Jr. . . 173
McCann. William, Soph. 154
McCarthy, Ellen, Sr. . . 216
McCauley, Robert, Sr. . 228
McClain, David, Jr. . . 183
McClain, Katie, Sr .,.,
McCloud, Rusty, Fr. . .
McClung, Andy, Sr. . .
McClung, Diane, Fr. . .
McClure, Melissa, Sr.. .
McConkey, Vicki, Fr.. .
McCuistion, Linda ....
McCullough, Lynn, Sr.
McCullough, Kathy, Sr. ..... .
McCul1y, Charles, Fr. .
McCurley, A. J., Sr. . . . . . .
McDaniel, Debbie, .lr. ..... . .
McDaniel, Cary, Sr. ...,. 184
Guy, Fr.. . . 124, 137
McDaniel, Jim, Soph. ..... 125
McDaniel, John, Sr. ....... .
Sally, sr. . . .96, 104
McDermott, Buzzy, Soph. . . 154
McDermott, Marv Ellen, Sr. . . . .
McDonald, Con nie, Sr. ....., .
McDonald, Martin, Sr. . .
53, 206, 207, 217, 222,
McDonald, Melodee, Jr. ..... .
McDonald, Mike, Sr .........
McDonald, Shannon, Soph.. . .99,
McDonald, Terry ..........
McDowell, Debbie, Soph. ..... .
McDuff, Becky, Sr. ......, 92,
96, 97, 100, 101, 198,
McEntire, Resa, Jr. ........ .
McEvoy, Mike, Fr. . .
McFadden, Deborah, Fr ......
Kenny, Sr. . .
Adele, Jr.. , .
Chris, Jr. , . .
McGee Marla, Jr.. . . . . . . .
McGee, Ollie .... ,.....
McGill, Kim, Sr ..... 118, 119.
McGill, Melody, Fr.. . . 137,
McClohen, Liz, Soph. .... .
McGlynn, Helen, Soph..
McGraw, Jackie, Soph. .
. . f .33
McHugh, John, Sr .... 104,
McKay, Ann, Soph.. . .
McKee, James, Soph. . .
McKenzie, Billy, Soph. .
McKinney, Deborah, Soph. . . . .
McLauren, Melanie, Soph. . .
McLaughlin, Kathy, Sr..
McLure, Carol, Jr. . . .
McMahan, Larry, Soph.
i . f f7'1,
McMahan, Marsha, Soph. .... .
McMillan, Jimmy, Jr. .,.... 59,
McMillan, Nelia, Fr. . . .74, 137,
McNeely, Rick. Fr. ....... .
McNeely, Robin, Sr ....,. 215,
McNeil, Shelly, Fr ....... 137,
McQueary, Becky, Soph.
McQueary, Paula, Jr. . .
Meacham, Patti, Soph.
Meacham, Renee, Fr. ...... .
Mead, Diane. Fr ....,... 119,
Meador, Sallie, Fr .... 115, 116,
Means, Randy, Jr. ...... 118,
Meeks, April, Fr.. , . . . . . ,
Meek, Dannv, Sr.. . .
Mt-lan, John, Jr. ........ 1 1 1
Melin, Suzanne, Jr. ..... .
Melton, Edward, Sr. . . 124, 125,
Mendez, Alfred, Fr. ...... 125
Mendez, Carlos, Jr. ..... 58, 59,
Mendez, Lorenzo, Fr.. . . . . . .
Mendoza, Joe, 'Fr. .... . .
Mendoza, Tereasm, Fr. ...... .
Mercer, Christy, Sr. ....... 18, 22
25, 26, 75, 85, 91, 104, 194,
195, 201, 202, 217,
Mercer, Mack, Fr. ..,.. 60, 88,
Mercer, Tommy, Soph. ..... 19,
58, 76, 101,
Meredith, Kathy, Jr. ....... .
Merkel, Randy, Fr. . . . 119, 125,
Merkel, Ricky, Fr. . .
Merrill, Charles, Soph.
Merrill, Katy, Fr.. . . I I J J I I J
Messersmith, Janie, Sr.
Metcalf, Richard. Fr. .
Metzger. Mary Kay. Fr. . . .
Middleton. Diane, Fr.. . .
Middlelrrook. Vicki, Jr.
Mieth, Edwin, soph. .
Miles, Celia, Fr.. . .
Millard, Betty, Sr. .
Miller, Bill, Jr. , . . .
Miller, Brenda, Jr. . .... . . .
Miller, Carol, Jr. . . . . . . .
Miller, Dax'id.17r.. . . . . . . .
Miller. Deana, Soph ..,... 118,
Miller, Deniee, Jr. . . . . . .
Miller. James, Fr. . . . . 118,
Miller, Jeannie, Sr. . . . .
Miller, Jocelyn, Sr. . . . . . .
Miller, Kathleen, Sr ..... . .95,
Miller, Lynda, Sr. .... .
Miller. Marsha. Soph.. , .
. . 124,
Miller, Patricia. Sr. . .
Miller. Patty. Jr. . .
Miller. Richard, Jr. . .
Miller. Russell, Fr. . .
Miller, Sharilyn, Soph.
Miller, Warren, Sr. . .
Mills, Jesse, Soph. .
Miner. Al, Soph. . .
Miniek. Norma, Fr.. .
Misso. Frankie. Soph.
Misuk. Jerre, Soph. . .
ll. Bob, Jr. . . .
ll. 8ryon, Jr.. .
II, Sherry, Soph.
1 i Q Q 11.8,
. , . . 150,
Jr. .... .
Mile, Deborah, Sr. . .
Moeilnikar. Stuart. Jr.
Modlin. Glenda. Fr.. .
Moertle. Larry. Jr. . .
Monahan. .lim. Fr .... .
A A f f 11-9.
Montague, George, Soph.. 84. 91
Montemayor, Odelia. Jr ..... .
Montgomery, Harvey, Soph ....
Montgomery, Viola, Sr. .... 119
Montgomery, Virginia, Fr .....
Montoya. Moses. Fr.
Monxingo. Mare. Fr.
Moody. Hay. Fr. . .
Nina. Sr ....
Pam, Sr.. . . .
Beyerly. Soph. . .
Carol, Jr ....
Moore. Carolyn, Jr. . , .
Moore, Chris, Sophn
Moore. Danny. Sr. . .
66. 67. 73.
David. Sr.. . . .
Moore. Ellen. Fr. . . , .
Moore, Cary. Sr. . . , .
Moore, Jolm, Sr. . , .
Moore, Judy. Jr. . .
Moore, Larry, Jr. . . .
Moore, Linda, Jr. . . .
Moore, Margaret, Jr. .I .
Moore. Mike, Soph.. . . . . . .
Moore. Pat, Sr ..... . . 119.
Moore. Paul. Soph. . 51 ..... .
Moore, Randy. Fr. . ..... . .
Moore. Steve, Soph, . . . 55, 81,
Moore, Susan, Soph ....... 69,
Moreland, Joe, Sr. , . . . . . . .
Morgan, Karen, Fr. ...... 138.
Morgan, Kathy, Soph. .... 118.
Morgan. Renita. Fr. . . . . .
Morley. Frank. Jr. ...... 118.
Maris. D.-61.1-. 5661. ...... 91,
' 99. 145. 154.
Morris, Kellye, Soph. ....... .
Morris, John, Jr. ,..... . . .
Morris, Mike, Soph. . . . 58, 59,
Morris, Scott, Soph. . . 119. 124.
Morris. Sherry. Fr .,...... 90,
Morton. Dwayne, Soph, . . . . .
Morton. Kexin. Fr .... .
Morton. Lum, Jr.. . . . . . . . .
Morton. Miki-. Jr, .,....... .
Morton. Mike. Jr.. . . . 72. 73,
Morton. Nelda. Fr. . . . . . 138,
Moser, Charlene. Sr. .
Moser. Susan, Soph. .
Mosier. Clarenee. Soph. ..... .
Mosier. Deborah. Fr. .
Mote. Marie. Fr. . . .
Moxley. Linda. Sr. . .
Mueller. Debbie, Sr. .
Mueller, Larry, .lr. . .
Mueller, Susan, Soph..
Mullens, Larry, Sr. . .
Mullens, Richard, Jr. .
Mullins, Ember, Jr. . .
Mullins, Mark, Soph. .
Mullins, Roger, Fr. . .
Mulloney, Dan, Sr. . .
Mulry, Randy, Soph. .
Mummert, Michele, Fr.
Mundheim, Daniel, Sr.
Mundheim, Joanne, Fr.
Martha, Sr.. .
Munson, Michael, Soph.
Munson, Timothy, Fr.
Murly, Randy, Soph. .
, Diana, Soph.
, Mary, Sr. . .
Murphy. Randy, Soph.
Murphy, Robert, Fr. .
Kim, Fr. . .
. 124, 125
Tony, Jr. . . .
Melissa, Jr. . .
Mustarde, John, Sr. .
Myers, David, Jr. . .
Myers, Steve, Fr. . . . .
. 70, 71,
. 94. 95.
. . 125,
Myles, Valerie, Soph.. . . . . .
"The things I do just to get out of football
practice," complains Ty er Pierson.
Nalley. David. Fr.. .
Nanee. Judy. Fr. . . .
Nation. Charles, Fr.. .
Neal, Jim, Jr .....
Neal, Bill, Jr ....
Neal, Clenn, Soph. . .
Neil, Jim, Soph. , .
lfileen. Soph. .
Sharon. Sr. . .
Sunne. Fr. . .
Nethery. Debbie, Soph. ,
Nethery, Mike. Soph. .
Neuhaus, Kenneth. Soph.. . . 125.
Newman, Danny, Jr. . . 124, 125.
Newman. Jett. Jr. .,...... 84.
126. 164. 175.
Nieholas. Kirk. Jr. . . .
Niehols. Billy. Sr.. . . .
Nichols. Cathy. Soph.. ,
Nieliols. Paul. Fr.. . ,
Noel, Pm, Sr ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 19 Peterson. Carol. Soph ....... 156
Nolan, Debbie. Soph. ..... 119, 156 Peterson. Elaine, Jr. .-..... 176
Nortleek, Tom. Fr. . . ..... 143 Peterson, Kevin, Soph. . 121, 124, 161
Norris, Dianne, Fr.. . . . . 130, 138 Pffltfwllfl, lVlL1rSll21. JF-. - - - . - - 176
Norris, Guy, Sr. ,.,, .,,,.. 2 19 Peterson, Scott, Jr ........ 73 176
Norwood, Sandy, Sr ,,,,,,,,, 1-JCtlCI'S0n, Sf .........
Nowlin, Shelley, Soph. . .75, 150, 156 Pony. Leslie, Sl' --..--- - . - 220
Null, Cathy, Sr, ,,,,,, 69, 99, 219 Petty, Skylar, Fr. . . . 91, 98, 99 139
Nunez, lgnaeio, Jr. . , .... 89, 175 Pfxvvill. Billy. JF. ..--... - . 176
Nunez, Jose, Soph, , , , , , 156 Pllarls, Guy, Sr. ........ 107. 115,
Nuss, Judy, Sr .... . ,219 116. 117. 118 220
1 Phelan, Carabeth, Soph. ..... 115.
O 119, 120 156
Phillips, Allan, So h. ....... 161
0'Brien, Bill, Jr ,,,,,,,,,,, 175 Phillips, Barry, Soignh. . 58, 76, 78 161
O1Dcll, Barbara, Jr. . . 120, 122, 175 P111l11P5. 130111, Jr- -.-----. - 176
O'Dell, Terry, Soph. . ...... 156 Phillips, .102iHr1irlC, Fr. ...... 139
Odell, Mitchell, Jr. . . ...... 175 Phillips. Mary, Sr. ....... 26. 27,
O'Crady, Kathy. Sr. . . . . 116. 219 91, 99. 104. 188. 189,
cJ'er.i.1i. Kim, Fr. . , ..... 138 202, 220
Olds, Ray, Sr, ,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 19 Phillips, Nancy, Sr.. . . . . . 220
Olsen, David, Jr .... . . . 95. 117, Phillips. Shelley, Sr. . . . 220
118 121, 173, 175 Phiripes, Dino, Jr. I , ,90, 176
O'Malley, Patrick, Jr.. .... 19, 62,
65 162, 175, 188
O,Neal. Cathy, Jr.. . . 166. 167. 176
O'Neal. Margaret, Soph ...... 156
O1Neall, David, Soph.. . . . 156
O'Neil. Ann. Soph. . . . . . 161
O,Shea, Margaret, Soph ....... 161
Otte, .lim, Soph. .... .... 6 7, 161
Otte, Susie, Fr ..... .69, 119, 139
Oujesky, Mike, Sr. . . . . . 124, 219
Overbeek, Cindy. Sr. 89, 99. 104. 219
Owen, Mike, Jr. ........ 118, 176
Owen, Phillip, Soph ......... 161
Owens. Phillip. Jr. . . ,... 176
Paee, Mark, Jr. . .52, 54. 55. 57. 176
Paek, Sheila, Sr. .......... 219
Paeks. Tom ......,...... 124 -
Padghani. Carol. Sr. ....,... 117.
119. 124. 173. 219 "1 really think you should stick to foot-
Paim.-ia. 1111.-. S6611 ..., 66. 67. 156 ball- Neff' laughs Pam Kuhl-
Palmore. Patti. Soph. ..,..... 161
Pankey. Mike. Sr. ..... 54. 55. 57. - - ,. '- ,. , 5 -
16- 18- 185- 220 5125211223 1.'.2111S?'T"1 3 1 3 at 133
Pwktill' Sww' Fr """"" 139 Pieree. Dana. Sr ....... 117, 118.
Pklflrlell, l,L1Ul'il', Fr. . . . .
Panmill' Suzie' Sr' ' ' ' '221 Pieree. Patriek. Pr. ..... 125. 139
Pardue. Donna. Fr. . . .... 139 Pigrsorh TYh,rI SL I I I I I 18I ZTI
P2il'kt'r, . ...... '
Parkhurst. Linda. Sr. ..... , . . 220 p1r11,.I B111 Fr ,lyrtl 124 1Q5I 139
Parkman. Bryan. Soph. ....,.. 156 P1r11,.I j1111,.1,,.11I 1, ,ADIAAV 125I 176
Parks- i11"111- 411- -"- - 4 - 125- 179 Pittman. Terri. Soph. ...... 69. 156
Parnell- D11111' Jf-- ' ' -1'- 176 Pins. 1:.1W.1. Jr.. . . , . . . 183
Parrish. Debbie, Jr. . . , . . 176 P111SI I1,,,.I 17rI I V I I V A 1.13
Parsons. Jonothan. Fr. . . . 139 Pins I1,,1mI 5,4 ..-, I V I 228
P11m111S- 1V111r1"- SOP11- - ' - A 156 Pleasants. Bill. Fr. . ,..... . 143
PHV11111- 11"171711'- SV- - - - - -229 Plumlx. Carolyn. Jr. .... . . . . 176
Passi-at-xrs. Eddie. Jr.. . . . 183 P611..'11...6f1.'Fr ...,. 12.1. 125. 14:1
Pl11"11f'11-41111'1lUP- 50141 -'-- - - - 156 Pollard. 14.-5.1. Soph. ..... . , . . .
Patriek. Karen. Sr ...,.,,... 220 P,,p,.I B111 I1r'I ,,,--,,,,,,, 183
Patterson. Gary. Soph ...... 59. 156 1Ul,,1,.,.I '1',,mI 1rrI I I I I I 139
Patton. Greg. Sr. . .49. 118. 158. 220 p,,11,.rI j11,.r,.11,.I I1rI I I I I 175
Paul, David. Soph .........,.. P0115 31111 51 ,IIII A I I 111
Payillard. Mary. Sr.. . ...... 220 Pong, Porter. 'l'on1. Fr.. . . . 139.
Payne. Pat. Sr ..... . . . 100. 220 P011,.rI j11,.,.r11,I I1rI I I I V 175
Peat-or-k. Eddie, Soph. . . .59. 156 pon, Bi1liI gf, , , I , A 111
Peaeoek. Nora. Fr ...... . . . 139 110115, B,,l,1,yI FL , I I V I 139
P'w1rsei1- Debbie. Sophu . - - 4 . 156 Pm.. so-ati. sr. ....,.., . .220
Pearson. Gina. Sr. . . . . .39. 220 PUHSI T,-r,-1I S,,phI IIAIVIA I I 156
IE'111151"FII 1'FI1111gS1- - - - - Powell. Darrell. Soph. . 124. 125. 156
"1111- 2111151 1' - - - 4--- 1 1 Powell. Jane. Sr .......... . 220
Peek. Bryan, Soph. . . . . . 139. 143 Powell. Mike. Soph. . . 59. 156
PW14- P11111- SV --'- - - -220 Praehxl. Johnny. Jr. . . . . . . .
Pederson. Stan. Jr. . . . . . 183 Pm,-111-1I f111k,.I'JrII I I Vf5I 176
Peel.-1-. Bt-111. Soph., . . , . . 156 pn...-,',11, 151,,1,1,5r,, , , , , ,220
Felton. Hart. Fr .... . . 112. 139 P,-,.51.,,11II11mm,,I1,3 IIII I I I 176
17"11U11- 1'111""11- ST- - - - --441 Presnell. l'aula.Sopl1. . . . . . . 156
Pellflleleii- Lee- Soph. A V A 1:16 116....-11. 220.127.116.11 sr, . . . , 65. 220
Pt'1111111"'i- Mike- Sr.. . - .220 Pr.-5.1.6. 116613. rf. . . . , 125. 1-1:1
Perez. l,etieia. Soph. . . . 161 Prm-,,S1I y1m.kI 1:rI I IIII 139
Perez. Sylxia. Fr. . . , . . 1-13 Price. Kim. Sr. . . . .76. 220
1,1"'1X111s- Vllilliii- Fr- .-.- 1i-. I 39 Pri.-.-. kip. Fi. ........... 1:19
Perf?--lil'--11'-V 7-4.A-..-4- 176 1111.-6. 11.111111 stypii. ..,., , , . 161
Peterson..1el1'. Sr.. . 61. 65. 185. 220 Pr11.k,.,I 11m1,1I I1rI I A A 121 123 117
Petersen. Jlllm- -111 '----.-4-- 183 Prindle. June. Sr. ..,.,..... 220
Petersen. l1ebeeea. Fr .,.... 65. 139 P,-11,13 tf1m1A1,.SI IIIAI IIIIIIIIVI 171
P-'1f'rsmi- Mm- Sr- . - -'91-220 P.-ia. xt...-1. rf., .... 119. 1:17. 1:19
Probst, Loyce, Fr. ...... 130,
Prohst, Theresa, Sr. .... 95, 122,
Propper, Alan, Fr ..........
Pruden, David, Fr ..........
Soph. ..,. 19,
Pruett, Donna, Sr. ..... , . . .
Pruett, Jeff, Sr. .
Pruett, Susan, Fr.. . .
Pryor, Debbie, Jr.. . .
Pryor, Suzanne, Fr.. . .
Pumphrey, Jeff, Fr.. . .
Pumphrey, John, Jr. 53,
Purvis, Gary, Soph.. . .
Purvis, Sharon, Sr .... . .
Putnam, Sherry, Sr. . . . .
. . . .60,
Qualls, Mike, Soph. ....,... .
Quam, Gerald, Fr. . . . 124, 125,
Quave, James, Jr. . . .... . . .
Quave, James, Jr.. . . . . . . .
Rabb, Anita, Jr. .... ..... .
Rader, Reggie, Soph. . . . 59, 76,
Raish, Judi, Jr ............
Ramirez, Solomon, Sr. . . . . . .
Ramirez, Yolanda, Sr. ...... .
Ramsey, Dean, Sr ....... 92,
Ramsey, Dede, Fr ........ 91,
Ramsey, Meme, Fr. ...... 128,
Ramsey, Nancy, Soph ........
Randolph, Bob, Sr ....... 159,
Randolph, Jim, Soph.. . .71, 14-4,
Rankin, Joe, Fr. . . . .
Rappich, Marian, Jr. . .
Ratlifif, Bryan, Soph. . .
1 i f i5'5f
Lin, Jr.. . . .
Ratliffi, Dave, Soph.. . . .58, 59.
Ray, Beckie, Soph. . . . . . . 18,
85, 91, 145.
Ray, Breek, Sr. .... 23, 53, 54,
Readyhough, Joe, Soph.
Ream, Rick, Fr. . . .
Reane, Jim, Sr. . . . .
Records, Shari, Fr. . .
Rommel, Bill, Jr ..,.
Redrick, Pam, Sr. . . .
Reece, Jeane. Sr. . . . .
Recd, James, Jr. .... . . . .
Reed, Michael, Soph. . . . . . . .
Reed, Patti, Sr .... . ... .94,
Reed, Robin, Fr. . . .,..1, . . .
Reedy, Kim, Sr. . . . . 72, 73,
Reeh, Galen, Sr. . . . . . . . . .
Reeves, Brenda, Fr. . . . . 118,
Reeves, Kenneth, Fr.. . . . . . .
Reeves, Linden, Soph. . . . . . .
Reeves, Valerie, Jr, . .
Randall, Sr. ...... 118,
Reiehenbach, Tim, Sr ........
Reid. Barbara, Sr. .
Reid, Camilla, Sr.. .
Rushing, Cindy, Sr.. .
Reid, Carry, Sr. ..... .... .
Richardson, Richard, Jr. . . . . .
Richardson, Tommie, Sr.. . , .
West, Fr. . . . .
Ricketts, Jennie, Soph. ...... .
Riddle, Jennifer, Jr. ........ .
Riener, Tom, Fr ...... 60, 61
Rigdon, Jeff, Sr. .... 118, 121
Riise, Randy, Soph.. . .
Riley, Betty, Soph. . .
Riley, Daniel, Fr. .
Riley, Doug, Jr. ......... . .
Riley, Phil, Sr ..., 99, 221, 222,
Rishel, Sheila, Fr. ......... .
Rittincr, Baron, Soph. . 112, 150,
Roane, Jerry, Fr ...........
Roane, Judy, Jr. . . . . . .115,
Roberts, Blanche, Jr. . . . . . . .
Roberts, Cindi, Soph. ..... 123.
Roberts, Craig, Sr. . . . . . 124,
Denise, Sr. .
Roberts, Uuy, Fr.. . . .
Roberts, Lisa, Soph. . . . .
Roberts, Louis, Jr. . . .
Kevin, Soph. . .
Mike, Jr ....
Reid, Nancy, Sr. . . .
Reid, Tommy, Soph .
Reilly, Peter, Sr ...,
Rein, Richard. Jr.. . .
Reinhard, Candace, Sr. .
Renfro, Paul, Sr ....
Rcqua, Lawrence, Jr. .
Rextoat, Linda, Jr. . .
Reyes, Theresa, Soph.
Reyna, Gloria, Fr. . .
Reynolds, Janet, Soph.
Reynolds, Roxene, Soph.
Rhoades, Alice, Jr. . .
Rhodes, Theresa, Soph.
Rhoten, Elton, Jr.. . .
Rice, Roy, Jr. .... .
Rice, Sheryl, Soph. . .
Rich, Nena, Jr .....
Richards, Lucy, Sr. . . .
91, 99, 104,
Richards, Steve, Fr. . .
Richardson, Alan, Fr. .
Richardson, Julie, Sr.. .
Roberts, Mary, Jr. . .
Roberts, Peggy, Sr.. .
Roberts, Tommy, Fr. . .
Roberts, Tommy, Sr. . .
. . 220
. . 157
. . . . 74, 75,
184, 200, 221
. . . .60,
29, 74, 75, 84, 05, 185, 222
Robertson, Jack, Sr. . .
Robertson, Keith, Soph.
. 28, 32,
Buddy, Fr. . .
Samuel, N. E., Sr. . .
Sanchez, Alma ....
Sanchez, Blanche, Soph.
Sanchez, George, Jr. .
Sandel, Nancy, Sr. . .
Sanders. Bobby, Fr. .
Bruce, Jr. . .
Sanders, Jimmy, Soph.
Alan, Jr ..,. . . 54, 55,
Michael, Jr. .
Robertson, Ray, Jr.. .
Robertson, Tanya, Fr.
Robinson, Cheryl . . .
Robinson, David, Soph.
Robinson, John, Soph.
Robinson, Kathy, Fr..
Mark, Jr. .
f f Ina,
Robison, Connie, Fr. .
Robshaw, Elizabeth, Jr..
Rodriguez, Pete, Jr.. .
Roe, Thomas, Fr. . .
Roehl, Darryl, Jr. . .
Roehl, Joe, Sr. . . . .
Anne, Jr.. . .
Philip, Fr. . .
. . . .222
Rojas, George, Sr. . . 18, 55, 95,'222
Rominger, Bob, Soph.
Rominger, Charles, Sr, .
Rorie, James, Jr. . .
Ross, Nancy, Fr. . .
Ross, Rennie, Jr ....
Rowland, Allen, Sr.. .
Roybal, Cindy, Jr. . .
Roybal, Fred, Soph. .
Royer, Janet, Jr. . .99, 104,
Ruiz, Dianna, Fr. . . .
Ruiz, Jerry, Soph.. . .
Ruiz, Ronnie, Jr ....
Rundell, Michele, Fr..
Runion, Ken, Fr.-. . .
Runyon, Curtis, Soph.
Rushing, Scott, Jr. . .
Russell, David, Jr. . .
Rust, Wesley, Jr ....
Ryan, John, Soph. . .
Ryan, Marilyn, Jr. . .
Ryank, John, Soph.. .
Rydell, Karen, Sr.
Rydell, Paul, Soph. . .
Sabbagh, Maha, Fr. . .
Sabbagh, Mai, Jr. . . .
Sabido, Alfred, Jr. . .
Sadler, Patti, Jr. . . .
Saladino, Mark, Jr. . .
... .. .157
. ... .178
.. ... .178
.. ... .157
.. ... .157
.. ... .222
Salazar, Alejandro, Sr ..... 160, 222
Saling, Alan, Jr. . . .
Sallman, Steve, Sr. . .
85. 206, 222.
Sanders, Patricia, Fr. . . . .
Sanders, Susan, Soph. ..... .
Sanders, Virginia, Fr.. . . . 139,
Sanderson, Gil, Sr. . . . . . . . .
Sanderson, John, Soph. .... 118,
Sanford, Allen, Soph.. .... . .
Sanford, Casey, Fr. . . . . .76,
Sanford, Jeff, Jr. . . . , . .55,
Sanford, Mark, Soph.. .... . .
Sapp, Randy, Jr. . . , . . . . . .
Sarnacki, Ronnie, Sr. 55, 81, 185,
Sarrett, Danny, Soph. ....... .
Sarrett, Mike, Jr .......... .
Sarsgard, Debbie, Fr. ..... 100,
Sarsgard, Kathy, Sr. ...... 92,
103, 188, 190, 200, 201,
Sattawhite, Kent, Sr ...... 190,
Sattawhite, Sylvia, Soph .......
Saurenmann, Joanne, Soph. . . . .
Sawyer, Judy, Jr ..,..... . .
Schaeffer, Gigi, Fr. . .
Schaeffer, Susan, Fr. .
Scheetz, Tony, Sr. . . . . . . .
Schiller, Danny, Jr.. . . . . . . .
Schiller, Stan, Soph. . . . 74, 75,
Schloeder, Jennifer, Fr. ..... 90,
Schmidt, Cathryn, Fr. .... 119,
Schmidt, Rusty, Soph. . 118, 124,
Schmitt, Randal. Sr. ...... .
Schnatter, Carole, Sr. ..... 216, 223
Schneider, Barbara, Jr ........
Schneiderheinz. Gus, Soph. .... .
Schulman, Billy, Fr. . .
Schulman, Robert, Fr ..... . .
Schwartz, Debbie, Soph.
Sconzert, Christopher, Jr.. . . . .
Sconzert, Deborah, Soph.. . . . .
Scott, Christine, Fr.. . .
Scott, Donald, Jr. .... . .
Scott, Hanford, Fr. . . . . .
Scott, Huffy, Fr. . . . . .76,
Scott, Janb, Sr.. . . . . .
Scott, Jerry, Jr. .... . . .
Scott, Kenneth, Fr.. . . . . . .
Scott, Sally, Jr .... . . . 162,
Scott, Steve, Sr. .... . . .
Scull, Jo, Fr. ...... . .
Scurlock, Jeannie, Jr.. . . .
Seaberry, Jan, Fr.. . . . .
Seaborn, lna, Fr. . . . .
Seal, Brenda, Fr. . . . .
Seaman, John, Jr., . . . .
Seegan, Tani, Soph.. . .
Self, Donna, Soph ....
Sellmeyer, David, Soph.
Semken, Stphen, Jr. . .
Setzer, Lakie, Fr. .... 116, 119,
Setzer, Woody, Sr ........ 96,
112, 190, 191, 198,
Seward, Cathy, Soph. .....,. .
Shannon, Nancy, Sr ...... 161,
Sharp, Marla, Soph.. . . . . . . .
Sharp, Pat, Jr. .... . . .
Sharpe, Paula, Soph. . . . . .
Sharratt, Marylou, Jr. ....... .
Sharrat, Mike, Fr. . . . . .119,
Sharratt, Pat, Jr1 ....... 125,
Shelton, Kathy, Soph. .... 100,
Shelton, William, Fr. . . 118, 120,
Shepard, David, Soph ....... .
Sheppard, Paula, Soph. ...... .
Sherline, Roy, Sr. ..... . .
Sherman, David, Fr. . . . .
Sherrill, Linda, Soph.. . . .
Shimp, Pam, Sr. . . . .
Shipman, Douglas, Soph.. . . . .
Shipman, Valerie, Fr.. . . .
Shivelv, Chris, Jr.. . . . .
Shively, Phil, Fr. . . . .
Shoekley, Nathan, Jr.. . , . . . . 179
Short, Sharon, Soph .,....... 158
Shropshire, Cameron, Fr. .... 75, 140
Shuffler, Carrie, Sr. ...... 100, 223
Sides, Bill, Sr. ..... ...... 2 23
Sides, John, Fr. ........ 125, 143
Sikes, Beverly, Soph. ......,. 158
Simmons, Kennie, Jr. ........ 143
Brenda, Sr. .... 95, 161. 223
Simpkins, Cynthia, Fr ...... . .
Simpson, Baxter, Sr ...... 124, 223
Simpson, Brenda, Sr. ......,. 223
Sims, Cynthia, Fr. . . . 140,
Sims, Dickey, Sr. . .48, 118, 161, 224
Sims, Nancy, Fr .....,.......
Sinclair, Cindy, Jr ......,... 179
Sink, David, Jr. ..,. . . . 165, 183
Sisson, Charlie, Jr .... ..... 1 79
Slaton, Richard, Jr. .,,,,,.,. 179
Sledge, Thurman, Soph. ...... 158
Slemmons, Danny, Sr. . .49, 161, 224
Slobodien, Eddie, Soph. . ..... 158
Slobodien, Jimmy, Sr. ....... 224
"ls it an edit0r's duty to tell Pete Brown
to put his arm down? ' asks Cindy Mariet-
Small, Branham, Jr. ...... . . 179
Smalley, Linda, Sr. .94, 111, 113, 224
Smiley, Susan, Soph ........ 158
Smith, Angela, Fr ......... 143
Smith, Bill, Sr. 95, 96, 115, 116, 224
Smith, Bobby, Fr. ...... 60, 61, 81,
Smith, Brad, Fr. ...-.---- 140
Smith, Brenda, Jr. .... 95, 118 179
Smith, Carl, Soph. ........ 161
Smith, Carter, Jr .... -..-, 1 83
Smith. Catherine, Fr. . . - - 140
Smith. Cathy, Fr .... ..... 1 40
Smith, C1iff,Fr.. . . . - - 4 . 4 140
Smith, Cyndi, Sr .... '. .95, 121 224
Smith, Dan, Fr. ........ 119 140
Smith, David, Soph. ..... 118 119
Smith, Doug, Jr. ....... 124 179
Smith, Edward, Soph. ...... 161
Smith, Karen, Jr ........ 119, 179
Smith, Kathleen. Fr ...... 119 140
Smith, Louis, Jr. . . . . . .95, 179
Smith. Lyn, Sr ..... .----- 2 24
Smith, Marie, Soph. .....--- 153
Smith. Mark. Sr ....4 123. 125 224
Smith, Mike, Fr. ...----., 140
Smith, Nancy, Sr. .117, 118, 119, 224
Smith, Robin, Soph. ....... 161
Smith, Shalcen, Sr ..... 29, 196, 224
Smith, Shelby, Sr. . ...--. 224
Smith, Sherrill, Fr. . , . . 140
Smith. Terry. Fr. . . .... 140
Smoke. Bill, Fr. ..... . . .60, 140
Sinothers. Carl, Soph.. . . . . 158
Snodgrass. John, Sr. . . . . 228
Snodgrass, Mira. Soph. . . . - -
Snow. Mark, Soph. . . 158
Snyder, Kaye, Sr.. . . .
103, 106. 115,
Snyder. Traey, Soph. . .
Soho, 11111, Jr ...... .
Snyder. Trady, Sopl1. . .
Sorenson, Debbie. lr. . .
Sosehee, Diane, Sr. . .
Sosehee, Robert, Fr. .
Soueie, Diane, Fr. .
Soule. Steve, Fr. . . .
Speer, Andre, Jr .... .
Speneer, Robert, Fr.
Spencer, Terri, Soph. . .
Sperher, Merle, Soph.. .
Spink, Chcreyl, Soph.. .
Spinks, Stewart, .lr. . . .
Sprester, Jell, Soph. . .
Springer, Jarvis, Soph. .
Springer, Lois, Fr ....
Springer. Michelle, Soph.
Spurgeon, Richard, Fr. .
Staey, Donna, Jr .....
Staev, Jean, Fr. . . . .
Shelley, Jr. . .
Wendy, Fr ....
Stakley, Wayne, Soph. .
Stallings, Shari, Soph. .
Stanbrough, Gary, Jr. . .
Standeler. Jana, Soph. .
Stantielfl, Kay, Soph. . .
Stanlield, Kitty, Sr. . .
Stangl, Mark, Sr. . .
Staples, Hob, Soph ....
Staples, Steve, Fr. .
Steeples, Jane, Sr. . .
Stegall. Randy, Soph. . .
Stephens. Becky, Soph. .
Ste ihens. Brenda, Jr. . .
Stephens, Greg, Sr, . . .
Stephens, Jenny, Sr. . .
Stephenson, Charlie, Jr.
Stetler, Karen, Sr. . . .
, Bill, Soph.. .
s. Craig, Jr. .
.. Kurt. Fr. .
s. Linda. Sr. . .
s. Marti. Soph, . .
s, Sandra, Soph. .
t,f1hris,Fr. . . .
, David, Sophw .
, Virgil, Soph. . .
Stiles. Dennis, Jr.. . .
Stiles, Karen, Sr ....
Stoeker. Bronson, Fr. .
Stoeker. David. Soph.. .
Stoeker, Dub, Sr. . . . .
Stoddard, Mike, Jr. . . .
Stokts, Angela, Soph. .
Stokes. Debra, Fr. . . .
Stokley, Wayne, Soph. .
Storniolo, Charles, Fr. .
St ra n gn
Tim. Fr. . . .
Dorothy. Fr. . .
Mary. Jr .....
Susan, Soph. . .
Mary, Fr .....
Mikie, Soph. . .
. .1udy, Fr..
Stratton. Wesley, Jr. . .
Street. Phillip, .
Stripling. Jan. Sr.. . . .
Susan, Jr.. . .
Kathy. Fr. . .
, Karen, Sr. . .
, Edward, Fr. .
Stullenberger, Jim, Jr. -
Styles. Dennis, Jr. .
Stuhbie, Ted. Jr. . . .
Sullenhyrger. llal. .lr. - .
Sutnerlin. Luanne. Jr. .
. Cathy. Soph. - -
, .1an1ie, Sr. . . .
. Susie, .lr. . .
. Carol, Sr. . . .
, John, Fr ..,. .
Swanson. Harold, Sop 11.
Syseedon. Debra. Fr. ,
Swenson. .'htlFPi111t'. Soph.
Swine. Susan. Soph. . .
. . . .88, 89,
. . . . . .179
.60, 66. 67, 141
. 58, 59,
. . . . . .179
124. 125. 228
. . . . . .224
. 94, 96, 224
. . .125,159
. . . . . .76
. .... 179
. . 68,141
. . . . .76
.... . 141
. ... ..179
.. ... .159
. . .141
. 1 1124.
. , . . . .179
. . . 91,141
. 76. 77. 92, 224
Swope. Shannon. Sr. .
Sylvester. Steve. .lr. . .
Szahlowski. Anne, Fr.
Szukies. Stephen, Fr. .
Tahhs, Deborah, Fr. .
Taekett. Calvin. Soph.
Tadloek. Robin. Fr.. .
Taggart. Tim, Jr ....
Talbot, Terry, Soph. .
Talley, Leslie, Soph. .
Tambunga, Neil, Soph.
Tarbell, Jan, Sr.. . .96, 115, 116,
Tarkinfton Terrv S
g , J, r ..... 180,
Taylor. Chuek, Sr. ..... 21, 23.
29. 53, 54. 55. 196.
Taylor. Debbie. Fr. . .
Taylor. Gaye, Jr.
Taylor, Jefllrey, Fr. . .
Taylor, Jolm, Fr. . .
Taylor, Linda, .lr. . .
Taylor, Mike, Fr. . .
Taylor. Pam, Sr. . .
Taylor. Phillip, Jr. . -
Teague. Neel, .lr. . .
Teal, Pam, Jr. . . .
Teel, Allen, Fr. . .
Teel, Do11i1a, Sr. . .
Teel, James, Soph. . .
Teeter, Jan, Soph.. . .
Lynda, Jr.. . .
Temple. Gwen, Jr. . .
Tennison. Jill, Fr.. .
Tennison. Kiu, Sr. . .
Tennison. Lee, Soph. .
Sand i, Sr. .
Tennyson, Mike ....
Terrell, Jerry, Fr. . .
Terry, Claudia, Fr. . .
Testa. Terry. Sr. . . .
Thayer. Barbara. Sr. .
Tluiy-er. Mike, Jr. . .
Thonias. Alan. Sr. .
Thomas, ljarl, Jr. . .
Thomas, Mike, Jr. .
Thomas, Jane, Fr.. . .
Thomas, Jan iee, Sr. . .
Thomas. Jimmy, Sr. .
Thomas, Margie, Sr. .
Randall, Fr. .
Thomas, Susan, Soph.
Thompson, Bartt, Fr. .
Betsy, Sr. .
Thompson, Cindy, Sr.
Thompson, Frank, Jr.
Thompson, Tracey, Fr.
Thorell, Debbie, Jr. . .
Thorton, SUE, Fr. . .
Threatlgill, Al. Fr. . .
Threadgill, Gregory, Fr. .... .
Threadgill, Mollie, Sr.
Threet, Ron, Sr. . . .
Threlkeld, Debbie, Jr.
Thurston, Gary, Soph.
Tirtball, Teresa. Sr. . .
Tidwell, Jim, Jr.. . . .
Tilghman. Charles, Sr.
Tiller, Judy, Soph. . .
Tillery, Linda, Fr. .
Tinius, Mike, Soph. . .
Tipps, Steve, Jr.. . . .
Todd, Ann, Jr. . . . .
Tolle, Virginia, Jr. . .
Tolson. Leslie, Soph. .
Tomes, Cathy. Jr. . . .
Tomey. Debbie, Sr. . .
Tomlinson, Brian, Jr. .
Tompkins, Luey, Fr. .
Topham, Kenneth, Jr.
Torres, Linda, Sr.. .
Toten, Arvel. Sr. . .
Toth. Pat. Sr .... .
ouehon, Pat. Jr .....
. ... .45.47.
.. ... .180
.. ... ..141
. , .148
. ,... 141
. ..... 159
. .. ... .159
.. ... ..141
.. ... ..180
. .. 69,180
... . .32
. . . 180
.. ... . 159
.. . 141
.. .. 76,159
. . . ..143
.. ... ..141
. ... . 180
.. ... . 225
.. .7o.77 79
.. ... 180
. .... 225
. .. 68,141
. .... 225
. .... . 141
. .... 141
.. ... . 225
. .. ... 159
. .. 95.225
. . . 225
... . 161
. ... . 143
.. ... . 180
.. ... . 180
.. .. 69,159
. ... 180
. .... 141
.. . 225
.. ... . 225
Tonehon. Rose Ann, Soph.. . -69
Traey. David. Fr, . . . . 141
Travx. liddie. Fr .... ..... 1 43
Traey. l'1dward.Jr, . . . . .71, 181
Traey, Linda, Sr .-.- . . -96, 225
Traey, Sandra, Soph ........ 159
Trammel, Larry, Sr. ..... 96, 118,
212, 213, 225
Travis, Peggy, Soph ........
Traylor, Debra, Jr.
Traylor. Donald, Fr. . .
Traynhain, Ruth. Sr. . .
Treatlyxay, Junna, Sr. . . 118. 119,
Trekel1,Connie, Fr. . .
Trekt-11, James, Jr. . .
Trekelton, James, Jr. . . . .
Trimble, Jilllli, Sr.. . . . .
Trollinger, Joe, Fr. . . .
Trout, Linda, Fr .....
Trout. Mare. Soph. .72, 146, 147,
Trout. Tad. Sr ....... 81. 82,
Truelson, Robert, Jr ....... 59
Truilt, Ceorgann, Fr. ..... 123,
Truitt, Monty, Soph. . .120, 125,
Trussell, Peggy, Sr. ....... .
Tuhh, Debbie, Fr. ....... 141,
Tubb, Washington, Sr .......
Tueker, Cleburne. Jr. . . . . .
Tueker, Tod, Jr. .... . . .
Tuggle, Lois, Fr .... ....
Tuomey, Dennis, Jr. .
Turner, Cheryl, Soph. .... 118,
Turner, lllarajo, Fr.. . . . . 89,
Turner, Denise, Soph.
Turner, Caylene, Fr. . . . . .
Turner. Janet, Fr. ..... . . .
Turner. Laura, Fr. . .
Turner, Sandra, Fr.. .
Turner, Suzi, Soph. . .
Lynn, Jr. . . .
T11rner, Terry, Fr. . .
'1'w1-1-111-ll, Johnnv, Fr.
Tw.-.-at-11, Valt-rye, sopii ..... 69,
Tymel, William, Jr. . .
Tyrrell, Jerry, Fr.. . .
Twitlell. Bill, Fr. . . .
Tyrrell, Margaret, Jr .
Ubernian, Jeannie, Soph, . . .I-.99,
29. '74, 75, 90, 99.
. . .111,113.
Lana Sue, Soph. . . . . .
'. . 1. 1 '95,
Dale, Fr. ........ .
Uberman, Joan, Sr ....... 22, 27,
lfberman, Sue, Sr. ......... 226
Underwood, Art, Soph. ..... 59, 159
Urban, John, Soph.. . . . . . .159
Valentine. Melanye, Soph ...... 159
Valentine. Sherye. Fr. ....... 141
Vanee, Luana, Sr.. 95, 107, 209. 226
Vander Pool, Doug, Soph ...... 161
Van der Vliet, Chris, Sr ....--- 118.
1 19, 226
Vannaman, James, Fr ........ 143
Van Name, Rick, Sr. ..-..-- 226
Van Sant, Patti, Soph ....... 159
Yan Vleek, Sam, Sr .... 39. 55. 226
Van Wie, Sherre, Soph. ...... 159
Van Wie, Jerre, Sr. .--..---- 226
Van Y, Chanda, Sr. ....... 89, 226
Vaughan, John, Jr ....... 65, 104,
174, 175, 181
Vaughan. Kathy, Sr. . . -94, 124, 226
Vaughan. Linda, Sr. . . .94-. 122. 226
Vega. lsahel. Sr. ......... 227
Venable. Terry. Soph. ....,. 157
Vereher. Paul, Fr. ...-.. 141. 143
Verret. Brian. Soph. . . .... 159
Verret, Bruee, Soph. . . . . 159
Vestal, Lee Ann, Jr. . . . . 181
Viek, Phyllis, Jr. . . . . 4 181
Viekers, Dee. Jr. ......--. 181
Voight, Bubba, Soph. ...... 59, 159
Yolkniar. Kim. Sr .... . . -96. 227
Voss. Jim. Soph. - ---- 159
Voss, Patty. Sr. . . - - .227
C'mon, Billy' Davis, can't you pick 'em
any better t an that?
Waddell. Mary, Fr .......... 142
Wagner, Steve, Soph.. ...... 72. 159
Walker, Bo, Fr. ..... . . .60. 142
Walker, Hobby, Jr .......... 181
Walker, Breek, Soph. ...... 72, 159
Walker, Carolyn, Jr. ........ 181
Walker, Dewey, Soph. . . 72, 73, 159
Walker, Greg, Soph ......... 161
Walker. Karen, Sr. . .. .... 45. 227
Walker. Libby. Jr. ......... 181
111111.-f. Matti, soph. . .112, 118, 159
Walker, Ralph, Fr .......... 143
Walker. Sue, Sr. ....... 163, 227
Susan, Soph. ........ 159
Wall, Rob, Fr. ..... . . .60,
Wallaee, Debbie, Soph. ....... 160
Walsh, Lewis, Fr, .......... 143
Wann, Teri, Soph.
Wann, Toni, Sr. .
David, Jr. .
Robert, Fr.. . . . 4 4
Tim, .lr. .
Bill. Sr. ..... .
55, 56, 189.
. . . . . . .60
. . . . .68,
52, 53, 54,
. . .183
.. ...... 160
Ward, Barbara. Jr .......... 181
Ward. Janet, Soph .... . . . 74, 75
Ward, Jeanine, Sr. . . . . .94, 227
Ward, E. Joseph, Fr. . . . . .71, 14-2
Ward, Stan, Soph. . . . . . . . 160
Ward, Susan, Soph.. . . . . . 160
Warner, Bill, Fr .... . . . 142
Warner. Sarah, Jr. . . . . .181
Warner. Seott, Sr. . . . . .227
Warner, William, Fr.. . . . . . .
Wa.rren,,13renda, Jr. . . .... . 181
Warren, Riek. .lr. . . . .A . 128, 181
Warren, Robert, .lr. .... .... 1 81
Washam, Daniel, Sr ......... 227
Washburn, Debbie, Soph.. .,... 160
Washi11gton, Martha, Sr. . 95, 99, 227
Watkins. Riehard, Soph ....... 160
Watkins. Tony, Sr. .
Watson, Ben, Jr. . .
James, Sr. .
Kay, Sr. . .
.. ..... 227
Kenneth, Sr. .....- 94, 227
Leonard, Fr. ..-.. 119,
Watson, Lisa, Soph.
Cy nthia. Jr.
Watters. .1ohn, Jr. . .
San tl ra. Fr.
. . ..... 183
. . .... 181
Wavlanil. john. Sopli. .
ierall, Cay le. Fr. .
ierlord. lean. 1-'r.
lerly. Tonimy. lr. .
.V I .
Weaver. .aril. ,lr. . . .
Webb. Barry. .lr. .
Webb, Dana. Fr. . .
Webb. David. Soph. . .
Webb. Day id. ,lr .... .
Webb, Elizabeth. Fr. . .
Webb, ,l1It1l1l10, Fr. .
Webb, Bieky, ,lr .... .
Wlebster, laeque, ,lr. . .
Wt-ddle, liinda. .lr. .
er. Mary, .lr. .
Weinman. Elayne, lr.. .
Weinman. Karen. Sr. . .
Weisbrod. Kirk. .
enborn. Charles. So
urn. Diane. Fr. . .
urn. Teresa, .lr. . .
Wleleh. Dan, Sr.. . ,
Welch, Gayle, Sr. . .
Welch, Toni, Sr. . .
Wells, Herby, Fr.. . . .
Wentworth, Chuek, Sr, .
Wentz, l.inda, Fr.. . . .
Wesberry, '1'ommy', .lr, .
Kae, Sr. . . .
Kip. 1"r. . . . .
Wesley. Fr.. . , .
Western. Cary. Soph. . .
Westmoreland, Darrel. Sr .....
ey. lean, Fr. . . .
Wheeler, Jim, Sr. . . . .
Whitbeek, Donald. Soph.
Wlhite, Allred, Fr, . . .
White. Cynthia, Fr. . . .
White, Darrell, Sr. .
. . 164,
White, David. rr. . . .
While, Cary. ,lr. .
While. 1.arry. Sr .....
White. Wesley. 56111. . .
d. lan. Soph, . t
Whitehead. Priseilla. Sr.
Whitener. Larry, Soph. .
Wliittieltl. Mark. l"r. . .
Laura, Soph. .
11111, Soph ....
Whitton, ,lim, Soph. . 1
Wilt-ox, Kathy, .lr. . . .
Wilflt, Debbie, Soph. . .
Wlilemon, Suzanne, Sr. .
an, Fr. .... .
Wlillett. Caroline, Jr. . -
W il 11111115 ,
W il liams,
W il liams.
.-Xnita. Sr. . .
Billy. lr ....
Charles, .lr. . .
Henry, Sr. . .
James, Fr. . .
Janet. Sr. . . .
Jin1,1r. . . 66
Nanev, Sr. . .
Rolmrl, Fr. . .
Share-n,,1r. . .
Toni, Jr. . .
Williamson. Janet. Sr. .
W'ilIis..1ohnny. Fr. . .
eve. lr. . .
Wills. Beverly, Sr. - .
john, Fr. . .
Wlilson. Ben, .lr. .
Wlilson, Beverlv, ,lr.. .
ilson, Donna. .
1 f 14
Wi1so1i.Eugene. Soph. . . . . .
Wilson. Cordon. Jr.. . . . 118
Wilson. ,1oe. ,lr .,., . . . 180
Wilson. John. Soph. . . .
W ilson. Kathleen. Jr.
Wilson. Kenneth. Sr.
Wilson, Pam. .lr. . .
Wilson. Sharon, Sr, .
Wimpev. Chris, Fr, .
Wimpev, Jeff, Fr. .... 1 19
Wingrove, Rebecea, Sr. ..... .
Winkles, Carlene. Fr. . .
Winter. Lisa. .lr. . . . . . . . .
Witt, Roger, Jr.. . . . . . .
Wisdom. Bae, Sr. . 1 15. 116. 208
Wise. john. Soph.. . .... 68
Wollie. James. Soph. .... . .
Wolvertonk. Bipley. Fr. .
W omaek. James. Fr. . .
Wood. Bruce, .lr. . .
Wiood, Cy'ntl'1ia, ,lr. .
Wood, Gina, Fr. . . .
Wood, Jimmy, Soph. . .
Wood, Rebeeea, Soph. . .
Woodall, Pat, .lr. . . . . . . . .
Woodbury, Janet, Soph. .... .
Woodburv, Paul, Sr.
Pam. Fr. . .
. 40. 165.
1 191' 2151
Woods. Steve, Sr. . 190.
ard. Nancy. Jr.
ard. Pat. Fr. .
Woofter. Kim, Fr. .
Wooten. Thomas. Sr.
Worrall. Penny. Sr.
Worrell. Caroline. .lr.
Worrell. Melinda, .lr.
Worrell, Seott, Fr. .
. . .90
"Aaron Aa.rdvark, y'ou've done it again: mightv fine annual," marvels Bu-
ford the Bull at the close of Annual Day, '
Worthani. Matt, .lr. . .
Wright. Suzanne, Sr. .
Wyatt. Patrieia. l"r. .
Wyman. Mitehell. l"r..
Wypasek. Pat. Soph. .
Yarnane, Bodney. Fr..
Yandell. Teresa. Fr. .
Yarbro, Boseniarv. ,lr.
Yarbrough, Debbie, Fr,
Yarbrough, Janette. .1 r.
Yates, Bill, lr.. . .118
Yates. Dan, Fr .... .
Yates, Melissa, Sr. .
Yates. Yieki. Fr.
Yauger. Casey. Sr. .
Yeager. Betty. Soph.
Yearv. .ludyx .lr. . . .
Young. jerry. Fr. . .
Young. Suzanne. Sr. .
Younger, Sandy. Soph.
58. 59. 67.
. .... 142
. . . . .228
. . . .228
. , .182
.. .... 161
Yount, Naneyg Fr. . . . . 14-3
Zaezee, Suzie. .lr. . . . . .182
Zeigler, Judy. Fr. . . . . . 143
Zeil1er.Chris.,Ir. . . . . . . .182
Zigrang. Charles. Soph. . ..... 161
Zimmerhanzel. illltllltllf. .lr. . . 165. 183
Zimmermann. Ann. Fr. . . . . 143
Zimmerman. Bill. Sr. ..... 165. 228
Zimmermann. Debbie. Soph. . . . .
Zimpelman. Belinda. Sr ....... 228
Zimpelman, Cloria. .lr. . 84. 168. 182
Zornpers, Riehard. ,111 ........ 183
Zwiek, Kim, Sr.. . .
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Understanding, respect, and kindness -
these are the invisible qualities which span the
gaps that divide us and strengthen the bridges
which bind us together. Great ideas often
come from small voicesg in order for everyone
to be heard, we must listen with open minds.
The world waits with many problems, a diffi-
cult inheritance. It hears a voice of hope and
sees in the realistic idealism of youth a new
sense of direction in its journey toward a bet-
The editors would like to express their deepest
a preciation to their staff and sponsor, Mrs. Betty
Cfuimby, for their time and effort s ent in produc-
ing this yearbook. Additional thanlgs are extended
to photographers Iimmy Baird, Scott Daniels, Guy
Gordon, Ilef Harrington, Robert McCauley, Mr.
Bob Mau sby, and the staff of Photographic Arts.
Gratitude is also extended to Mrs. Anne Stanton,
Mrs. Eugenia Thompson, Mrs. Oleta Epps, and to
other members of the faculty who have assisted us.
Thanks also go to our parents for their patience
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