Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1972
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Along with the anticipation of summer came spring ac-
tivities on the Hill. Spring Fever Week, sponsored by the
Student council, included olympic games, a dance, and a
chorus program "Which Way America?', in which both
students and members of the faculty participated. W. C.
Fields movies were shown in the cafeteria during all lunch
periods. The hectic week climaxed with a barbecue on the
football field and the presentation of the golden Coca-Cola
awards, humorous recognition given to students and
After several false alarms, the annual staff introduced
the 1971 edition of the Yellow jacket and its dedicatee,
Mrs. Glenna Edwards, and presented "The Wizard of
AHHSv as the Annual Day program. Throughout the day
students continued the tradition of yearbook signing.
The jacket varsity baseball team rolled on long after
school was dismissed. Having captured series from Wyatt
and Dallas Hillcrest, it finally lost out to Lufkin in the sec-
ond round of regionals.
Amid the rush of Annual Day, Holly Witt pauses to sign another yearbook,
Disguised to resemble the students they reach, several faculty members sing "So Happy Together" at the spring "Which Way, America?" program. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Ray Dyche, Mrs. Elva
Lerret Mrs. Annette Barnard, Mr. Larry Barnes, Mr. Art Tave, Mrs. Delores Diaz, Coach Richard Terry, Mrs. Sylvia Tottenham.
Moonlighting from rheir regular duties, Coaches Merlin Priddy, Larry Wood, and Roland Maclin perform in rhe spring choral production.
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Annual Day provides a break from the norm for Eva Geren to sign yearboolcs. "Na, na, na, na, . . . Na, na, na, na . . . Hey, hey, hey, we're number ONE!" proclaim
the baseball players after winning the city championship,
cThe Jackets Are Back' - ith Spirit!
''Hump-a-dump-bump-bump" and several other new cheers
mixed with traditional yells to help boost jacket spirit of both
teams and spectators.
Spirit was high all year as expressed by the many signs in the
auditorium and on the fieldhouse. This was the first year the
senior girls decorated the new fieldhouse, with the decorations
committee assisting the cheerleaders in the auditorium before
Homecoming found a record number of exes wandering nos-
talgically through the halls of Heights. Robyn Carter reigned
over the night, with Marilyn Beasley and Kit Cope sewing as
Spirited homerooms rushed to get locker decorations up on
time, and homeroom 315 won the plaque for their theme of
"Raid the Rebelsf,
After a close and disappointing game with Southwest, who
also had their homecoming that night, jackets crowded to t
Round-up Inn to dance to the music of "Felix.',
All smiles, Marilyn Beasley reigns in the Homecoming court.
Overcome by joy, Robyn Carter shares her excitement with fellow students.
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Kit Cope glows with happiness during the Homecoming game.
Alternate cheerleaders Glenn Darden and Paul Cozby voice their spirit at the Paschal game.
Football team and student body listen to new cheers, before the game against Wyatt. Homeroom 513 displays winning locker decorations
Cheerleaders and band mem rs jump ' h spirit as they cheer the football team during a pep rally.
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In pre-district support, crowds fol-
lowed the Yellow jacket varsity bas-
ketball team to such faraway places as
Waco and Pampa,
Meanwhile, back on the Hill, lock-
ers were decorated for each game,
cookies were baked for members of
the team, and players' rooms were
decorated. Much creativity and plan-
ning was revealed by the signs and
posters in the gym.
Basketball queen Kit Cope repre-
sented Heights in the West Side
Lions Beauty Contest and became one
of four finalists.
With the help of returning round-
ballers Craig Cameron and David
Krieger and the addition of Como
lettermen Carl Webb and Robert
Woods, the jackets were led to a suc-
cessful season. Despite the disqualifi-
cation of Michael Drain after first
half play, team spirit never lost
jackct backers Paul Rydcll, Brenna Barber, Mark jones and
Lincla Barron watch a crucial play.
Derek Ellis shouts his spirit at Paschal game,
Basketball queen Kit Cope backs the jackets during an exciting game.
Margaret Gregory, Pat Humphries, Allison Kerr, Deborah Dickins, Susan Mosier, Carol Peterson, and Kay
Pn.td'homme vocalize their opinion of the Heights basketball team,
Club ims at Religious Consideration
In an attempt to present high school students with the
New Testament claims of jesus Christ, Young Life Cam-
paign held regular meetings at Westover Hills Town Hall.
The weekly gatherings hosted two to three hundred
Heights students who got together for singing, laughing,
skits, and a short Bible lesson. Throughout the year, ski
trips, barbeques, and over night field trips were held.
Heights students also attended YL summer camps.
The club was led by Mr. Dale Vollrath, a Dallas Theolo-
gical Seminary graduate, help was provided by Gary Petry,
UTA student, Brent Stenberg, Nancy West, and Barb Fer-
rand, TCU students.
Young Life is an interdenominational non-profit Chris-
tian organization. It was founded in 1954 and now has
branches throughout the U.S. and in four foreign countries.
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jerry Baird and Larry Fuller demonstrate coordination in a Young Lf k
YL leader Gary Perry and Ann Hobbs'listen intently to a Bible le
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Involvement - Allied Youth in Action
Allied Youth kicked off the begin-
ning of many activities with a dance
during Howdy Week in September.
Special assemblies in the auditorium
and AY contests earned student
In October, a bike race was held.
Mike Reed having the best time for
the once-around-the-school course.
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AYers, as the first Ping-Pong Tour-
nament was staged at Arlington
Heights Methodist Church. The ln-
ternational Allied Youth Conference
was held in Buckhill Falls, Pennsylva-
nia. Those attending from AHHS
were Mrs. Martha Austin, sponsor,
josh Baker, and Shannon Cox, jun-
iorsg Charles Holley, sophomoreg and
jane Smith, senior.
AY sponsored the annual Mostest
Contest on February 17. Taking top
honors were jan Birdwell, judged
Most Beautiful, Teddy Gardeline,
Most Handsome, Pat Copenhaver,
Most Talented Girlg and Rusty
Cutchin, Most Talented Boy.
Arch Van Meter joins in by taking bike race registrati . Cyclist Britton Cox whizzes past starting point during the AY bike race.
Hcightsters gather to chat on the school patio during one of the several dances sponsored by Allied Youth throughout the year. i
M ' d ' the Mosresr Conresr sponsored by Allied Yourh.
Tom Mercer impcrsonates Dean amn urmg
Minsrrels jan Seabcrry and Cheri Smith sing "Cruel War" in harmony.
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All Classes Included in Royalty Election
To familiarize first year students
with Heights' clubs and organiza-
tions, Howdy Week included activi-
ties for everyone.
A special Howdy Week program,
The Ding-a-Ling Brothers Barnum
and Bacon Circus, boasted a gorilla,
elephants, ballerinas, and acrobats,
with Elbert Kennedy as ringmaster.
Clubs made up skits to acquaint new
students with their functions.
Elected by students of 'each class,
the 1971 Howdy Kings and Queens
were presented at a pep rally which
climaxed the week. The royalty in-
cluded Debby Morris and Carlos
Bethencourt, seniors, Patty Furey and
Bronson Stocker, juniors, Donise
Wilson and juan Becera, sopho-
mores, and Kaydee Brown and Stuart
Kings and Queens Kaydee Brown, Stuart Montague, juan Becera, Donise Wilson, Bronson Stocker, and Patty Furey ap-
plaud senior King and Queen Carlos Bethencourt and Debby Morris.
The unforgettable Annual staff performs their Howdy Day skit.
Wincie Nuesse and Jimbo Calhoun take part in the AY Howdy Week dance.
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Christmas week at Heights was celebrated by a Christ-
mas gathering on Thursday evening, December 16. A skit
was performed by Alan Friedman, Tav Holmes, Tera Man-
sker, Billy McKenzie, George Montague, and Beckie Ray,
seniors, and Brenna Barber and Rita Green, juniors. Music
was supplied by the group 'Status Back Babyf, Bob
Heaberg, and Randy Stegall. Free hot chocolate was served
At the end of the week, the Student Council held its
usual festive activities, with Santa Claus and his elves deliv-
ering surprise Christmas cards and toys to many students
Candy canes, fudge, and brownies were sold at tables set
up on the first and second floors and on the patio, and the
traditional tree was placed in the main hall.
"Th-Th-Th-That's all folks!" sputters George Montague.
Elves, David jones, john Berry, and Alan Friedman sing Christmas greeting
True Christmas spirit is shown through fellowship by Heightsters.
Heights' first beard-growing contest climaxed on janu-
ary 28, Ranch Day 1972. Karl Leche won the Competition
for the longest beard, and Lee Pendleton was given the
award for the fullest. Both winners received Old Spice
shaving mugs as prizes, Contestants were allowed two
weeks to grow their beards and were required to have them
shaved off by the school day following the contest,
Old-fashioned and modern clothing was worn on Ranch
Day in accordance with the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show
and Rodeo. After an election by the student body, Kathy
Cash and Ronnie Ehrle, seniors, were chosen Ranch Queen
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"Cupid,s Messengersn delivered Valentine telegrams to
unsuspecting recipients February 14. Girl representatives
from the Student Council wore ulove-ly" costumes adorned
with red and White hearts, ruffles, and lace. Secret admirers
and friends paid a quarter and composed opened or closed
telegrams for delivery.
Heights, first "Cupid Shoot" was sponsored by the
ROTC and the chorus. The winners were Mr. Flavin Ar-
seneau, male teacherg Mrs. Dorothy Scott, female teacherg
Frankie Misso, girl studentg Daniel Webster, boy studentg
and Guy McDaniel, ROTC boy.
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festivities, bringing the message of love.
STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES
Council Sponsors Array of Projects
An all-out effort to save and pur-
chase trees for the Trinity River de-
velopment project was made by area
junior and senior high schools.
During this fall contest, the
schools competed for cash prizes by
collecting newspapers and magazines
for a weekly "weighing in" at Far-
rington Field. Weighing and bun-
dling committees at Heights were
composed of Student Council repre-
sentatives, and competition between
homerooms was begun.
Dances at Homecoming and be-
fore Valentine's Day were also spon-
sored by the Student Council. These
were held at Round-up Inn and Colo-
nial Country Club, with entertain-
ment provided by "Felixv and
Anne Szablowski, David Stocker, and Lisa Campbell enjoy them-
selves at the SC Valenrine's dance,
Larry Fuller and Dave Ratliff contribute to the city-wide paper drive conducted this fall
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Summer Training Work Toward Unity
Unifying a group of individual athletes into a team was
stressed as the 1971 Yellow jackets entered their grueling
two-a-day sessions August 23. Featuring many new faces,
the jacket squad spent long exhausting hours learning nu-
merous basic fundamentals while undergoing a strenuous
conditioning program. This plus the everpresent drive to
achieve the winning season which had eluded Heights in
the past two years carried the jackets into their rugged 10-
The jackets based this year's efforts on the experience of
senior lettermen: Tim Burton, Dave Buckalew, Tommy
Fulkerson, Dusty Griffith, Buster Hawthorne, Eric Horn,
Mike Morris, Steve Moore, Barry Phillips, Brad Pittman,
Bryan Ratliff, Milton Robinson, Bob Staples and Bubba
Voigt. Griffith, Hawthorne and Moore were elected as the
A new face also donned a coaching cap, as line coach
Steve Chevreaux joined the staff of backfield coach Roland
Maclin, receiver coach Larry Wood and head coach Merlin
Working closely with the coaching staff were the senior
managers, equipment man David Bailey, statistician Elbert
Kennedy and trainer Randy Mulry. These three undertook
the tiresome tasks of team maintenance, publicity and first
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FRONT ROW: Ted Webb, Brack Faulk, Elbert Kenne-
dy, Randy Mulry, Bob Sanford. SECOND ROW: Rick
Ewing, Barry Phillips, Ronald Lusk, Lawrence Hill,
Mack Mercer, john Wayland, Bob Staples, David Stock-
er, Mike Harvey, Bobby Smith, Mark julian, Bob Spen-
cer, Rob Wall. THIRD ROW: Tom Fulkerson, Reggie
Rader, Steve Staples, David LaBoon, Mike Mosier,
David Webb, Mack Harbert, Mike Carrie, Houston
Kauffman, john Berry, Steve Thompson, Tom Rieber,
john Garland. FOURTH ROW: Bryan Ratliff, Mike
Morris, Brad Pittman, Dave Buckalew, Eric Horn, Tim
Burton, Bubba Voigt, Mike Morris, Dusty Griffith, Mil-
ton Robinson, Buster Hawthorne, Willie Thomas, Jael.
Barber. FIFTH ROW: Melvin Spillman, Richard Lys-
iak, Steve Cupps, Tom Mercer, Coach Steve Chevreaux,
Coach Roland Maclin, Coach Merlin Priddy, Coach
Larry Wood, Huffy Scott, Alvin Garnett, Gene Tippens,
Jackets Drop One in Preseason otion
The Yellow jackets opened the
1971 season September 10, visiting
7-AAAA powerhouse Grand Prairie.
The Gophers, who had escaped the
jackets' wrath in five previous meet-
ings, were victimized by an aroused
jacket squad, as Willie Thomas
knocked the ball from the Gophers'
hands on the season's first play and
Bob Spencer claimed it at the Gopher
33. Mark julian scored from three
yards out to cap the drive, and Bobby
Smith kicked the point after for a 7-0
jacket lead. Fullback Dusty Griffith,
who rambled for 151 yards on 12
carries, scored in the second quarter,
and Smith booted a 35-yard field goal
to set the final count at 17-13,
In their second preseason game,
the inspired jackets were once again
surprised by a tough San Angelo
team, as the Bobcats took a first-quar-
ter lead which they never relin-
quished. Heights' only scoring play
was a six-yard pass from quarterback
Bob Spencer to split end Brad Pitt-
man. Bobby Smith booted the point,
but it was not enough as the final
score found the Bobcats ahead 29-7.
Wyatt's pesky Chaparrals were the
next to challenge Heights, forcing
seven AH fumbles through three
scoreless quarters in the September 24
match. The frustrated jackets finally
put seven points on the board as Rick
Ewing scored on a six-yard sweep
with ten minutes remaining and
Bobby Smith kicked the point after
for a 7-O win.
On October 2 the determined jack-
ets met Dunbar's Wildcats at Farring-
ton Field. Heights opened the scoring
on Bob Spenceris one-yard plunge.
The Wildcats then rebounded to go
ahead 7-6, but Mack Merceris 23-yard
scoring run put the jackets securely
in the lead. Rick Ewingis 24-yard
dash and a two-yard effort by Dave
Buckalew rounded out scoring as the
final whistle saw Heights on top
Moving was the main order of the
next week as the jackets opened their
new fieldhouse with a hard-fought
12-7 win over Eastern Hills October
9. Barry Phillips' 12-yard touchdown
catch from quarterback Bob Spencer
gave the jackets a momentary lead,
but it took a 27-yard rollout by Spen-
cer with four minutes to play to fin-
ish off the scrappy Highlanders, end-
ing housewarming on a happy note.
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Jackets Settle for Second in District
The jackets opened district play
and celebrated homecoming with an
October 15 date against the South-
west Rebels at Clark Stadium. Fight-
ing hard, halftime saw the score knot-
ted 10-10, but the Rebels pushed
across a third-quarter score to break
the tie and capture the battle 17-10.
Dusty Griffith plunged for three
yards and Bobby Smith booted a 32-
yard field goal to account for jacket
Heights' defense proved the key to
victory in their next outing against
Carter-Riverside October 21. The de-
fense, which yielded only four first
downs to the Eagles, consistently kept
the offense in good scoring position.
Quarterback Bob Spencer sparked the
offense with two TD passes of 15
yards to Reggie Rader and 29 yards to
Mack Mercer as the jackets blanked
the Eagles 12-0.
On October 29 the jackets re-
turned to Farrington Field to face
their west side rivals, the Cougars of
Western Hills. The jackets played in-
spired ball, taking control early in the
game with Mark julian's runs of nine
and 31 yards for paydirt. Bobby
Smith,s extra point tries were good
and the jackets led 14-0 as the first
quarter ended. Western Hills' offen-
sive efforts for the night proved fu-
tile against a staunch jacket defense
which limited the Cougars to nine
first downs and 98 yards total of-
fense. The jacket offense, however,
kept rolling as later runs by Mack
Mercer and Rick Ewing accounted for
additional scores, leaving the Cougars
Heights next faced North Side in
a battle for the top spot in district
November 6 at Clark Stadium. The
jackets, suffering many setbacks,
were unable to convert on Steer mis-
takes as the North Side offense
proved unstoppable. The jacket of-
fense managed ro break Mark julian
for a 61-yard score, but the effort
proved fruitless as the Steers went on
to win 20-7.
Winding up a winning season, the
jackets were matched against the Pan-
thers of Paschal on November 13 at
Clark Stadium. The traditional rivalry
between the two teams was once
again felt when the game began, al-
though the Panthers proved no match
as Heights dominated the game. A
23-yard pass from Bob Spencer to
Lawrence Hill opened scoring late in
the first quarter. Tom Mercer's fum-
ble recovery on the ensuing kickoff
set up the jackets on the 48, and ten
plays later a 10-yard pass from Spen-
cer to Mack Mercer put Heights in
front 14-0. The Panthers managed to
score before the half, but early in the
third quarter Mark julian picked off
a stray pass and returned it to the Pas-
chal 2. From there Rick Ewing
scored, putting the jackets securely in
the lead. Mack Mercer,s one-yard shot
raised the total to the final 27-6.
Placing five men on local
10-AAAA all-district teams, the jack-
ets posted a 7-3 record, their best in
three years, and finished in a three-
way tie for second place. Linemen
Tim Burton and Bob Staples with
leading rusher Mark julian were cho-
sen to the honor squads of the Fort
Worth Press and Star-Telegram, with
julian a two-way choice. Tackle Bust-
er Hawthorne was also named to the
Press team, while linebacker and kick-
ing specialist Brad Pittman made the
Star-Telegram's top 22. Buster Haw-
thorne, Lawrence Hill, Steve Moore
and john Wayland were Star-Tele-
gram second-team choices.
jacket halfback Mack Mercer sets to receive Paschal's Pete Porno. Evidence of the year's efforts is reflected in the score of the final game.
Jacket JV Features Balanced ttaek
Roaring through their nine-game schedule with an 8-1
record, the jacket junior varsity dazzled opponents with a
balanced offensive attack. Under the guidance of coaches
joe Galiga and jim Wall, the 'IV averaged 35 points per
game en route to victories over every team except district
Directed by sophomore quarterback Matt Herring, the
offense featured running backs juan Becera and Keith Mil-
ler and the clutch receiving of split end Mike Renfro. Pro-
viding solid blocking and pass protection were linemen
Roger Barker, Dan Griffey, David Look, Greg Newman
and Vincent Roach.
Defensively, a rigid linebacking unit of Bill Clemons,
Keith Miller, Melvin Russell and Steve Waters helped
keep opponents bottled in their own end of the field, while
safetyman Renfro led the team in interceptions. Linemen
Barker, Griffey, Newman and jeff Pumphrey held oppos-
ing rushers in check.
Trainers Pat Frederickson and Kelly Mascher applied
first aid, while managers Ken Martin and Mitch Stallings
handled equipment maintenance.
Soph more quarterback Matt Herring splits the Dunbar defenders on the keeper.
Sophomore Ray Williams rounds end with Southwest re
Steve Waters, Bill Clemons, and Melvin Russell blitz the q b k
Sophomore halfback juan Bccera sweeps end picking up vital yardage to keep a drive moving.
FRONT ROW: Bill LaSalle, Dan Goodspeed, Loris Stell, Gary johnson, Glenn Erath, Mark Yingst, Gary Hickman,
Robert Wayland, Blake Fcik. SECOND ROW: Bill Clemons,jeff Pumphrey, Dan Griffey, Greg Newman, David Look,
Vincent Roach, Roger Barker. THIRD ROW: David Tracy, Tom Mason, Mike Renfro, Matt Herring, Steve Waters,
Mike Mooney, Robert Mullens. FOURTH ROW: Ray Williams, jeff Huitt, Robby Carson, Keith Miller,-juan Becera,
Sanford Smith, Melvin Russell. TOP ROW: Pat Frederickson, Coach joe Galiga, Coach jim Wall, Kelly Mascher.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
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FRONT ROW 1 left to rightj: Randy Ehrle, Kelly Mascher, Mike Fowler, SECOND ROW: Bob Campbell, Mike Ashford, Jeb Barts, Robert Oglesby, Bob Ware, Chuck Freeny, Don Hatfield,
Kelly Busrer, Mike Barts, Douglas Thomas, Steve Houle, Russ Morton,james Hardin, Mac Simmons, Henry Harvey jr. THIRD ROW: Norman McGinnis, Lloyd Bise, Smart Montague, Mike
Hughes, Dave Richardson, Clark Browder, jeff Blitch, Mike McMahan, Richard Lovelace, Mark Renfro, Gary Metcalf, Rick Fowler, Andy Orr. FOURTH ROW: Britt Feik, Ron Ingram, Earl
jackson, Billy Scheihing, Tony Franklin, Barry Wesberry, Ware Shipman, Daniel Hubbard, john Subbie, Mike Hammond, james Hoffman, Lyn Wesley, David Lucas, Gene MCCutchen, FIFTH
ROW: Mike Etheridge, Tommy Flores, Manuel Martinez, David Grimes, james Vercher, Coach Dillard Isabel, Coach Henry F. Harvey, Bmce Peelhlack Oney, Byron Walker, Donald Wade,
Freshmen Take Third Straight Crown
Following the tradition set by two
previous jacket squads, the 1971
Heights ninth graders rolled to the
district and city championships, post-
ing a spotless 10-O record. Nicknamed
the "Baby jackets" by coaches Henry
Harvey and Dillard Isabel, the team
piled up 337 points to their foes' 74,
including a 67-0 whipping of West-
ern Hills, which was the biggest vic-
tory ever by a Heights football team.
Running backs Ricky Simms and
Tony Franklin and quarterback Billy
Scheihing each averaged better than
ten yards per carry as linemen Jeb
Batts, Henry Harvey and Robert
Oglesby led them through opposing
Defensively, linebackers Mike
Batts and Harvey, halfback Kelly
Buster and tackles Barts and Dave
Richardson limited opponents to
7 points per game. Aiding team main-
tenance by keeping equipment in
order and training the athletes in in-
jury prevention were managers Randy
Ehrle and Mike Fowler.
Freshman halfback Tony Franklin breaks into the open field, rolling up necessary yardage.
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ptirnist Classic Tops Preseason Play
Despite only two returning letter-
men, the jackets' 1972 basketball fu-
ture looked bright with the addition
of two starters off Como's 1971 state
Coach johnny Dickerson, 1971
coach of the year, used a rigorous 19-
game pre-season to shape jacket
roundballers for district play. The
preseason was highlighted by a win
in the West Side Lions tourney, a sec-
ond in the Arlington Classic, and a
third in the Breakfast Optimist Tour-
nament to give the cagers a 12-7 won-
lost record. Included was a 73-66 win
over state champ Roosevelt.
Managers Mike Crager and .Ion
Wise maintained jacket equipment,
while Bud Kennedy handled publicity
and trainer Pat Frederickson took care
of team medical problems.
Guard Carl Webb controls the rebound as the jackets battle top-ranked Houston Wheatley
STANDING: Carl Webb, Craig Cameron, Dave Ratliff, Randy Thomas, Rusty McCloud, David Krieger, Robert Woods, jim Otte, Darnell johnson, Dave Buclralew Mark Engeling David
Kinnaird. KNEELING: Pat Frederickson, ,Ion Wise, Bud Kennedy, Mike Crager.
Heights Wins, Loses First Half Crown
Finishing preseason with a winning record, the Yellow
jackets opened defense of their district crown against Car-
ter-Riverside. The Eagles' ball-hawking guards forced the
jackets into numerous turnovers, but Heights managed a
41-30 halftime lead. The shooting of guard Carl Webb,
who scored 21 points, opened up the game in the second
half as Heights outscored Carter to take an 84-48 victory.
The next jacket district outing matched the cagers
against North Side january 14. The Steers came out fight-
ing, as the first half ended with AH on top 33-28, but early
in the third quarter the Steers found themselves in foul
trouble and Heights stretched their lead to the final score
of 70-51. Carl Webb led with 19 points and David Krieger
Running their district record to 3-0, the jackets soared to
a 37-8 second quarter lead and thoroughly embarrassed the
Western Hills Cougars 73-50. Led by Webb's 30 points and
Michael Drains' 16, the jackets kept their record against
the Courgars spotless as Krieger and Robert Woods
cleaned the boards.
The jackets next defended their district lead against for-
mer Heights coach .Iim Wall and the familiar Paschal stall.
Countering with a ferocious press, Heights broke the game
open in the third quarter, outscoring the Panthers 24-16.
Once again, Carl Webb led the scoring with 27 points as
Dam ll johnson, junior guard, purs the press on thc Rebels' Randy Crawford.
the jackets kept the heat on, winning 75-60.
With two starters on the bench, guard Michael Drain
stepped up and took control as the jacket cagers dueled the
Southwest Rebels january 29. Drain found the hole for 27
points as the jackets pressed frantically to make up at 13-
point halftime deficit. However, the Rebels proved too
strong for the undermanned jackets, as they came out on
top 74-67 and forced a deciding playoff game for the first
The lead changed hands ten times in the first three quar-
ters as the Rebs and jackets fought tooth-and-toenail in the
February 1 playoff match. As the fourth quarter opened,
Southwest settled snugly into a four-point lead, and with
seven minutes to play, AH applied the deadly zone press.
Webbis free throws and three-point plays by Drain andl
Krieger ignited the jackets, who hit 14 straight points and
salted away a 74-69 win and the first-half crown. X
Two mornings later, however, a telephone call from
Austin snatched the crown away, as Drain was declared in-
eligible on a minor technicality in the Interscholastici
League's senior transfer rule. Drain's father was transferred
to Vietnam january 5, and since then Drain had been living
with friends, a violation of the rule. As a result, the district
executive committee assigned Heights the minimum penal-
ty - forfeiture of all first half games and the title.
Guard Michael Drain fires a 30-foot jumper against Terrell,
Cager Express Derailed by Southwest
Recovering from the shock, the jackets took out their
fmstration on Carteris Eagles, rolling to a 34-15 halftime
lead and coasting to a 74-44 victory.
North Side's Steers, with their spirit and hopes high,
took to the court February 8 to face the jacket five. In a
tight battle, Darnell johnson - who scored 22 points for
the night - hit two clutch free throws with 22 seconds to
play and then scored a layup at the buzzer to cinch a 78-74
Overcoming an early cold spell, the jackets erased a 21-
13 Cougar lead with a twenty point scoring spree as West-
ern Hills challenged Heights February 11. Webbis 27
points sparked the victory as the jackets posted a 3-0 second
half mark with a 79-58 decision.
Paschalis stall frustrated the jackets in their Valentine's
Center David Krieger goes high for a rebound against Western Hills.
Day match, as Heights failed to score until sophomore
David Kinnaird ripped the cords with one minute of play
in the first quarter. Heights, zone press again cracked the
stall, as AH outscored the Panthers 18-7 in the second quar-
ter en route to a 56-44 win. Krieger led with 15 points, and
Webb added 13, as the jackets again defeated former coach
Hoping to sew up the second half title Heights faced
the pesky Southwest Rebels again February 18. Catching
fire early, the jackets jumped to a 13-point lead, but a frigid
second half enabled the Rebels to tie the match 39-39,
throwing the second half title into a single three-minute
overtime. In overtime, the jackets failed to put it all to-
gether, and Southwest took a 42-40 win, sending the district
race into total confusion.
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Robert Woods confiscates a loose ball in to ament play against Terrell.
junior guard Mark Engeling "gets a boost" from Carter's Pepper Cholopisa.
Coin Flip Costs Jackets District Title
With the second half crown at stake and an old score to
settle, the jacket cagers took to the floor February 24
against Southwest. Seeking to avenge an earlier 42-40 loss
to the Rebels, the jacket revenge proved too great for the
thoroughly outclassed Rebs as Heights' zone press forced
countless Southwest turnovers. Webb led the jacket scor-
ing barrage with 31 points, while Woods scored 19 and
Krieger added 18 as the jackets rolled to a convincing 84-58
Coming off the victory, the jackets turned their
thoughts toward the upcoming bi-district clash, again,
however, the cagers were cut short. A lack of foresight left
no time available for a playoff between second half champ
Heights and Southwest, and the district executive commit-
tee chose to decide the playoff representative by the flip of
a coin. This proved the fatal blow for the jackets, as the
quarter fell to the carpet tail side up. The season ended for
a team which won the first half, lost it on a technicality,
fought back to win the second half and still had no place to
On the court, Heights took the district title, in the of-
fice, Southwest ranked with them as co-champs, and the
Rebs advanced to the playoffs - by the flip of a coin.
When all-district choices were announced in the Fort
Worth Star-Telegram and Preis, Webb was recognized as
10-AAAA's player of the year, and teammate David Krieg-
er joined him on the first team. Craig Cameron was select-
ed to the second team by vote of the district's coaches, and
Roberts Woods received honorable mention.
A pair of Rebels defend against 10-AAAA player of thc year Carl Webb.
Mockingly tossing coins, coach john Dickerson enjoys AH's 84 58 win
VARSITY SEASON RECORD
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JV Comes to Life Under New Coach
After a mediocre 11-8 preseason, race. bounds per game. Among other regu
coach Rod Byrd took the controls of Among top players were leading lars were Brad Conrad, Derek Ellis
the 1972 jacket junior varsity, steer- scorer Pat Kelley, who averaged 18 David Kinnaird and john Truelson
ing the squad to a 7-3 district mark points per game, and top rebounder Managers john Sharp, jr. and Wayne
and a third-place finish in the district Charles Lusk, who snatched 12 re- Tomlinson maintained equipment
Going high to snare a rebound, john Truelson gets in on jacket action
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ROW: john Hill, Brad Conrad, William johnson, Charles Lusk, Mark Prcvost, Chris Stewart, Dean Stocker.
ROW: Wayne Tomlinson, Derek Ellis, john Truelson, Richard Bulger, Randy Smiley, Don Garnett, Pat Kelley,
Against Carter, Charles Lusk shoots with finesse
,IV guard Brad Conrad, averaging 8 points per game, sets up the play. Leading scorer Pat Kelley drops in two in Al-l's 85-70 defeat of Poly,
Freshmen Battle Poly for City Title
After a strenuous preseason high-
lighted by a second-place finish in the
Southeast Lions Tourney, the 1972
jacket freshmen posted a season rec-
ord of 13 wins and 7 losses, taking
the 10-AAAA title and losing to Poly
for the city crown.
Under the direction of coach Steve
Chevreaux, the squad was led by
Robert Oglesby, who paced the team
in points and rebounds, plus guard
Cardale Tippens, who averaged 15
points per game. Rounding out the
starting five were Mike Batts, Larry
Bonner, and Billy Scheihing, who
each also averaged in double figures.
Seeing spot action were Brad Hick-
man, Andy Orr and Sidney Smith.
FRONT ROW: Harold Thomas, Andy Orr, Charles Byrd, Bruce johnson, Brad Hickman, David Ellis, Cardale Tippcns. BACK ROW: Sidney Smith, Robert Spears, Billy Scheihing, Phillip Am-
mons Mike Barts, Ronald Hicks, Robert Oglesby, Larry Bonner, coach Steve Chevreaux.
A Poly Parrot defends as guard Billy Schcihing tries to pass off.
Robert Oglcsby puts in a rebound for two points in a jacket match at Poly
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Cardalc Tippcns throws up a jump shot against Poly defcndcrs,
FRONT ROW: Johnnie Tidwell, Theresa Mahurin, julie Phillips, Dottie Dixson, Gwynne Walker, Cindy Mullins, Daphne Dixson, Cindy Boulware, Linda Traylor. BACK ROW: Alliso
Kerr, Susan Malone, Diane Schwab, Cindy Bradley, Christy Leslie, Barbara Kay, Debbie Owens, Carleen Cromwell.
Diver, Sprinters Pace Girls to State .
A new coach and a freshman diver gave a new look to
the jacket girls, swim team, as the girl tankers splashed to
a fourth-place finish under the coaching of Billie Tillman.
Diver Cindy Riddell and swimmers Cindy Bradley and
Carol jackson led the squad to the state ranking, as Riddell
placed second in diving, team captain Bradley took fourth
in the 100 backstroke, and jackson took third in the 100
breaststroke and fourth in the 200 individual medley.
Beginning preseason meets September 23, the squad
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rolled to a 7-1 preseason record and finished second to Pas-l
chal in the city meet November 20. Bradley cracked onel
city record with a time of 2:12.2 in the 200 freestyle, andi
tied her own city mark with a 1110.3 in the 100 backstrokel
Riddell swept diving competition, totaling 416.30 points,
and also contributed a fourth in the 100 butterfly. junior
Allison Kerr and senior Theresa Mahurin each added sec-
ond and third places to the jacket cause, with Susan Malone
also placing high in the meet.
Co-captain Allison Kerr mentally prepares herself before a race.
Carleen Cromwell readies to swim as Coach Dave Maggard checks a time. Cindy Riddell, right, discusses her dive with another diver during competition.
Diver james Pierce performs during a meet. "What do you mean, there's alligators in the pool?" exclaims junior joe Ward during a swim workout,
Tankers Captive Overall Team Title
The jacket boys, swim team also
was directed by a new coach, as teach-
er Dave Maggard took the helm and
coached the team to their second
straight city championship.
With team captain Mike Tinius
and All-American qualifier Mike Ep-
person each taking first places, the
jacket tankers surged past Paschal to
capture the boys, and overall titles in
the city finals February 19. The 200
medley relay team of Epperson, Tin-
ius, Rick Burr, and Kevin McCambell
opened the meet by cutting five sec-
onds off the old city record. Boys'
points were added to the girls' points
for a total of 150, giving Heights the
overall title. Blake Bourland added a
second place in diving, and Walter
Halpenny and joe Ward earned third
place finishes. Epperson later cap-
tured the state title in the 100 breast-
During the city meet at Panthers Boys Club, Captain Mike Tinius swims the 100 yard butterfly.
FRONT ROW: Walter Halpenny, Dan Linden. SECOND ROW: Mike Epperson, Kevin Burkhard, joe Ward, Mike Tinius,
john Rankin, Blake Bourlancl. THIRD ROW: James Pierce, Mike Moore, Mike Sharratt, Rick Burr, Vince Heptig, Stephen Hep-
rig. BACK ROW: Mike Craig, Mark Tinius, Dale Bradley.
Blake Bourland displays diving technique
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM
Practice Result in City Title Capture
Sponsored by Miss Lola Greaves, the girls' volleyball
team entered tournaments at O. D. Wyatt and Western
Hills, capturing the City title in TCJC competition.
The sixteen girls practiced on Monday and Thursday
nights and purchased new uniforms for the season. Practice
was held at R. D. Evans Recreation Center.
"Have you ever- had one of rhogq days?" Poms Teri Wann, Rita Green spikes the ball over the net to her opponents, Susan Manicom and Beverly
Moore, during a practice in the school gym.
FRONT ROW: june Kelly, Esther Alvarado, Kim Murray, Rita Green, Miss Lola Greaves. SECOND ROW: Carol Pe- Cindy Stokes realms lllc ball llllllng 2 lollmlmcm'
terson, Susan Mueller, Michelle Rundell, Candy Stokes, Terri Wann, Robin Reed. BACK ROW: Nan Ayres, Diane Fin-
cel, Susan Berrey, Dorothy Strack, Beverly Moore, Susan Manicom.
Letterman janet Ward displays forehand form during daily practice. Preparing for upcoming season, Pete Rutledge concentrates on form.
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Returning Lettermen Strenghten Team
Strengthened by eight returning
lettermen from a 1971 city runner-up
squad, the 1972 tennis team prepared
for district play with daily practices,
weekly matches, and participation in
tournaments in Garland, Irving, and
Led by veteran coach, Mrs. Martha
Austin, district competitors were Pete
Rutledge in boys' "AH singles, joe
Rankin and Shannon Cox in boys'
"Av doubles, David Pruden in "Bw
singles and josh Baker and Guy Rob-
erts in "B" doubles.
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play were janet Ward in "A" singles
and Nelia McMillan in "B" singles.
In team play, Marilyn Ward and
Christie Driskell combined in "A"
doubles While Shannon McDonald
and Shelley Nowlin played "B"
doubles. Lynne Brew, Allison Kerr,
and Mark Shields filled in when in-
juries forced changes.
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Geren. BACK ROW: Christie Driskell, Nelia McMillan, Nan Ayers, Guy Roberts, Mike Farrell, Mark Fowlkes, David
Pruden, josh Baker, Pete Rutledge, joe Rankin, Bill Packston, Shannon Cox, Stan Schiller.
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Sinking a first in Lampasas, a sec-
ond in Abilene, and a fifth in Brown-
wood, the 1971 jacket golf team A
closed the season with a second place
finish in district under the guidance
of Coach Horace Morgan.
The 1972 golf team was boosted
by returning lettermen Mark Beatty,
joe Cates, Dean Fikar, Charles Hoera,
Lindy Miller, Greg Myers, Marc
Trout, and Steven Wagner. The
squad prepared for the district tourna-
ment in April, through play at com-
munity courses and participation in
tournaments. The team won four pre-
district tournaments, while Fikar,
Miller, Myers, Trout, and David Mil-
ler played district for the squad.
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FRONT ROW: Marc Trout, Lindy Miller, Steve Wagner, Dean Fikar, Gregg Myers, Charles Hoera. SECOND ROW: Coach
Horace Morgan, Richard Elledge, David jones, john jean, Mark Beatty, Fred Reynolds. THIRD ROW: Bart Thompson, jeff
Eakin, Billy Shopf, Glen Peeler, jimmy Lee, joeseph Cates, Breck Walker. BACK ROW: David Ealtin, Mark Mitchell, Glen
Rex, Len Arbuckle, Mitch Belew, Pat Panky,
Play Readies Golf Team
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Weightmm Monte Borgeson, senior, unleashes a mighty ross of the discus. Senior lettermzn Dale Parker strains to clear the high jump bar.
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Indoor Track Meet Gpens New Season
Coming off the 1971 track season
with a second-place finish in the dis-
trict meet, the jacket cindermen
looked to good times in cross-country
but fell short of the previous year's
Guided by coaches joe Galiga and
Henry Harvey, the 1972 track team
began preparing in early fall for their
upcoming season which opened Feb-
ruary 4 with the Coaches Indoor
Inexperience plagued the team,
however, the squad produced Dale
Parker's fourth in the high jump, a
second and third in the pole vault by
Casey Sanford and Chip Heald, re-
spectively, and a fifth by Norman
McGinnis in the 60 yard dash. From
this meet, the boys gained experience.
juniors Lawrence Hill and David Moore practice exchange of the baron during a daily workout
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Stretching to clear the hurdle, Craig Stevens prepares for a meet. Willie Thomas breaks with a tremendous blast of the shot put.
Steve Waters, sophomore, finishes the quarter mile with a strong sprint. Competing in the Coaches Indoor Games, Casey Sanford barely misses.
FRONT ROW: Herf Horton, james Cherry, Mike Ford, Monte Borgeson, Manual Linan, Curt Fowler, Ronny Moore, Mike Eth-
ridge. SECOND ROW: Tommy Orr, Richard Lovelace, Glen Erath, Randy Mulry, David Edwards,-Ieff Huitt. THIRD ROW:
Gary Metclaff, Britt Feik, Sanford Smith, Matt Herring, Keith Miller, Mark Renfro, Gene McCutchen. FOURTH ROW: Ron-
ald Thomas, Loris Stcll, Laurence Hill, Mark julian, Steve Waters, Blake Feik. FIFTH ROW: Chess Cecil, Steve Fikar, Mike
Perry, Bill McCann, juan Becera, Mark Callan. SIXTH ROW: Willie Thomas, Larry Ballinger, Norman McGinnis, Mike Ren-
fro, Mark Hertel, Tom Mason. SEVENTH ROW: Mike Barts, Steve Ford, Earl jackson,-Jeff Laufer, Casey Sanford, Chip Heald,
Mike Berry, Copeland Wright. BACK ROW: Coach Henry Harvey, Coach joe Galiga, Mark Davis, Coach Merlin Priddy,
Distance mnner Herf Horton strides an 880.
QW Baseball ork Toward Di triot
Hoping to improve on last year's
second-place district finish, the 1972
junior varsity baseball team, com- ff-
posed of freshmen, sophomores and
juniors, began Workouts in mid-janu- r
ary in preparation for an April 4 dis- '
Under the direction of Coach Larry
Wood, the squad polished techniques
in batting and fielding needed during
preseason and district matches.
Promising players were pitchers
Byron Thornton and Mike Mooney,
catchers David Daniels and Tommy
Flores, outfielders Karl Biggs and Aw, ,,.qfQg. -VL ,
Buddy SamPle, and infielders Gary 'e 'F Af'
Gibson, David Moody and Tom Por-
ter. Varsity players Mike Childers and --
Tom Rieber also started.
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FRONT ROW: Leroy Wilson, Dwight Luttrell, Danny Mills, Kelly Buster, Tony Franklin, Frankie Allred, Tommy Flores, Brian
Fruge. SECOND ROW: George Davis, David. Daniels, Buddy Sample, Mike Mooney, Tim Mann, Tom Rieber, Gary Gibson,
A- Daryl Daerr, Tom Porter, David Dickens, Coach Larry Wood. BACK ROW: jimmy Easter, Russell McCann, Jeb Batts, Dave
Richardson, Danny Wesley, David Moody, Karl Biggs, john Davis, Dwight Hickman.
unior George Davis snatches a fly ball.
6Golden Yellow J ackets' Ba City Title
Compiling a lackluster 6-8 preseason mark, the 1971
jacket baseball squad came to life as district play opened.
Pitcher Greg Ferguson allowed only three hits in the first
two games, and the district's "Cinderella teamv sprang
from rags to riches, taking the 10-AAAA district title with
a 12-3 record which included four shutouts.
With the district crown in their mitts, Heights faced 9-
AAAA champion Wyatt in the city playoffs at Turnpike
Stadium. The Chaps dumped the jackets 5-0 in the series,
first game, but a 5-3 Heights win in the second threw the
series into a third and deciding game.
Top city pitchers Ferguson and jeff Seargeant met in a
head-to-head duel, but Mark jones tripled in pinch-runner
Mack Mercer in the eighth inning to tumble the Chaps 2-1
and send Heights to regional against Dallas Hillcrest.
A twelve-inning struggle kicked off the series, as Glen
Gibson slugged a triple to deep left and Bobby Smith
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sneaked home to untie a 3-3 knot as the Turnpike clock
neared midnight. Gibson scored on an error and Ferguson
struck out three straight Panthers to wind up the marathon.
The Panthers overcame Heights' magic in the second
game with a 2-1 win, but Rusty Jacobs led off the third
match with a double, and the "Golden Yellow -Iacketsn
stashed away a 4-O win and the series.
Heights then met the Lufkin Panthers, losing the first
game 1-O and dropping the second 8-2 deep in the East'
Ferguson, who compiled an 0.96 earned-run average for
the season, was named 10-AAAA player of the year by both
the Star-Telegram and Press. Second baseman Mark jones,
who led hitters with a .395 average, and outfielder Curtis
Runyon were unanimous all-district picks, and first base-i
man Bobby Smith also made the squad. Ferguson later ac-A
cepted a scholarship to Oklahoma State.
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Mike Amos clears first base during a crucial game at Trinity Field.
1971 SEASON RECORD
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FRONT ROW1 David Bailey, Byron Thornton, Dwight Luttrell, Mack Mercer, Mark Julian, Curtis Runyon, Bobby Smith, Glen Gibson, John Fmgc, Tom Rieber, David Moody, Buddy Sample,
Mike Mooney, Mike Childers, David Daniels. BACK ROW: Elbert Kennedy, Jack Barber, Gary Patterson, Tim Mann, Gary Gibson, Gayle Baker, Rob Wall, Steve Moore, Charles Kelly, John
Ammons, Milton Robinson, Rusty Jacobs, Mike Amos, George Davis, David Fethetston, Lin Cupps, Daryl Daerr.
Nine Veterans Add Potential to Squad
Returning nine regulars off the
1971 regional champions, the 1972
Jacket baseball squad looked forward
to their opening date March 1.
Coached by Roland Maclin, the
nine returning regulars included sen-
iors John Fruge, Glen Gibson, Rusty
Jacobs, Mark Jones, and Curtis Run-
yon, plus juniors Mike Amos, Mark
Julian, Bobby Smith, and Rob Wall.
The 1972 squad again was tested
by a tough preseason, which included
three games in Abilene .and play in
the Cowtown Tournament before the
beginning ofudistrict play. Taking sec-
ond in the Cowtown, they compiled
an 11-4 preseason mark, with Jones
and Jacobs each batting .400-plus.
Junior Charles Kelly, who had a 4-1
preseason mark, joined Smith 12-IJ
and Wall C4-OJ for mound duty.
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Srrerching to beat the throw, Mark joncs tags first against Paschal, Leading off the base, Curtis Runyon anticipates the pirchefs next move.
During a workout, Rob Wall, junior, pracrices batting techniques, while senior catcher Glen Gibson backs him up.
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Allied Youth, the oldest club at
Heights, is also the most actively sup-
ported. Its purpose is to inform stu-
dents of the dangers of alcoholic bev-
erages and narcotics.
Shannon Cox and Dave Ratliff
were co-presidents of the organization
sponsored by Mrs. Martha Austin,
Mrs. Marian Vaughan, and Mr. Arch
Officers were josh Baker, publici-
tyg Harriette Ray, projects and fi-
nance, Karen Keil, membership, and
Kathy Shelton, socials.
The club sponsored such varied ac-
tivities as a Howdy Week dance, bike
race, Thanksgiving dance, and a ping-
pong tournament during the year.
Several members from Heights at-
tended the Allied Youth International
Conference held early in the fall.
In March, Southwest Allied Youth
Conference was held in Fort Worth
at Camp Carter. SWAY officers were
elected, with two Heights representa-
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Paul Cozbyg Charles Holley, josh Bakerg Shannon Cox,
AY Conference Highlights Busy Year
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Schaeffer, Susi Schaeffer, Karen Keil, Debbie Sarsgard,
AY SPONSORS: Mrs. Martha Austin, Mrs. Marian
Bill Clemmons and Dave Ratliff promote Allied Youth
on the Howdy Week program,
Vaughan, Mr. Arch Van Meter. Mr. Leon Rzy and Mr. Arch Van Meter collect tickets for an AY sponsored dance.
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Window" at the Howdy dance.
SPIRIT OF THE HILL
Pep Club Encourages School Sp1r1t
Heightened enthusiasm at all
sports events was largely due to the
efforts of Spirit of the Hill. Original-
ly consisting of 72 members, the club
expanded to include four new Como
transfers and Carlos Bethencourt, a
foreign exchange student.
Officers included Donna Self,
president, Billy McKenzie, vice-presi-
dent, Bill Hines, secretary, and
Honey Burns, treasurer. Along with
four faculty sponsors, Mrs. Beverly
Ross, Mrs. Kathleen Hanley, Mr.
Bernard Lionberger, and Mrs. Mary
Marsh, the club instigated many new
ideas on the field and in the stands.
Members helped at school with PTC
meetings and during Career Opporm-
Angela Garner, Ann Lindsay, and
Honey Burns were responsible for se-
curing new club uniforms.
Projects, including a bake sale, car
wash, and garage sale, were held to
raise club funds to be donated to the
school's athletic department.
SPONSORS, TOP: Mrs. Beverly Ross, Mr. Bernard Lionberger. BOTTOM Mrs Kathleen Hanley Mrs Mary Marsh
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FRESHMAN SOH, LEFT: Tommy Graves, Mike Fowler, Freddy johnson, Kaydee Brown, Martha SOPHOMORE SOH, I-EFTZ Mary Ann Flowers Brad Conrad Gay Burns juan Be
Bass Lisa Yaunt, CENTER: Mitch Stallings, Henry Harvey. RIGHT: Chuck Ross, Steve Small, ccra, Andrea Ownby, john Kent. CENTER Trisha Marchcsseau Charles Holley
Peggy Stocker, Rqnee Rader, Cindy Sutherland, ,Iahn York. RIGHT: Cindy Taylor Kent Vaughn Carol Dunham Keith Miller
Wally White, john Truelson.
"l think Mark Fowlkes just spit in my ear," grimaces
senior spirit member Ann McKay to Denese Adams.
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Male SOH members display their blue and gold cmblemed shirts during an AHHS pep rally. Carlos Benthencourt with an honorary SOH shirt.
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ines, Lindsay Long, Rusty McCloud. CENTER: Ann Lindsay, Honey Bums, jay Clif- Lisa Campbell, Mrs. Beverly Ross fsponsorj, Robyn Carter, Kit Cope, Verne Garrison, Denese
, Mrs. Kay Hanley fsponsorj, Eunice Bratton, RIGHT: Becky Bagby, jim Flowers, Adams, Ann McKay, Tera Mansker, Judy Berry, Paul Rydell, Jeanne Uberman, Bill McKenzie,
lison Kerr, Chip Heald, Donna Forrester, Mark Fowlkes, Brenna Barber, Mark Davis. Donna Self, jon Wise, Randy Stegall, Art Underwood, Mike Berry, Craig Cameron, Lee Tenni-
son, Elbert Kennedy, Wyatt Fender, Dave Ratliff.
Squad Grows in Hopes of Better Spirit
Fourteen enthusiastic jacket cheer-
leaders spent a busy summer, practic-
ing an average of 15 hours a week.
In August, they attended the state
cheerleading competition at SMU in
Dallas, During their week long stay,
representatives were evaluated and ac-
tual competition was held. The cheer-
leaders displayed their talents well.
earning three first places and one
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JUNIOR SHERRY MORRIS
third place. After winning the "spirit
stick" for three days in a row, they
were allowed to keep it and used it to
inspire spirit in pep rallies.
New uniforms were added to their
repertoire and several old styles were
Freshman Debra Malone and sen-
ior Art Keith Williams, transfer stu-
dents from Como High School, were
elected and added to the squad in Oc-
tober, making a total of sixteen cheer-
An encouraging member of the
faculty, Miss Helen Hale served as
cheerleader sponsor. She supervised
activities of the squad as it decorated
the auditorium, arranged for guest
speakers, and generated spirit at pep,
rallies throughout the year.
SENIORS ROBERT LINDSAY and BECKIE RAY
SOPHOMORE JERRY BAIRD
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SQPHQMQRE DQNISE WILSON "Whisper," chant eight enthusiastic cheerleaders to begin football season with a spirited pep rally.
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SOPHOMORE GLENN DARDEN SOPHOMORE LISA RATLIFF
FRESHMAN DEBRA MALONE
SENIORS ,JAN BIRDWELL and ALAN
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Mike Gummclr works for the students of Arlington Heights in his position as Fort Worth
United High School Council member.
The Student Council was a large, more up to date body
this year with the addition of Como students and a com-
pletely new constitution.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Homer Ludiker and Mrs.
Glenna Edwards, the council undertook many activities,
most of them traditional.
Howdy Week opened the year, with a bus trip to San
Angelo following soon after. A booth was set up in the
hall where bumper stickers, footballs, keychains and tele-
phone book covers could be bought, all bearing the
Heights insignia. During Christmas, a "Happening" was
held in the parking lot with hot chocolate being served,
and elves were again seen roaming the halls delivering
Christmas 'Gifts furnished by the Student Council. An ice
skating party with a broomball game was held in March.
PROMOTIONS COMMITTEE, Kim Kcahey, Alan Friedman, Diane McClung, Kit Cope, Lisa Hamm, Allison Kerr.
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BOTTOM: George Montague, president, Houston Kauff-
man, vice-prcsiclcntg Donna Self, secretary
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Mr. Homer Ludikcr, Srudcnr Council sponsor, pauses ro pass our some new ID cards.
Student Council sponsor, Mrs, Glenna Edwards, smiles ar a Council member's fund-raising plan
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CLAIMS COMMITTEE. Eunice Brarron, Susan Schaeffer, Angie Emery.
HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Sylvia Sartawhite, Shelley Bartholomew, Elizabeth Jordon. BACK
ROW: jeff Bodley, Kathe Ambrose, julie Fields.
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HANDBOOK COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Robert jeuon,
Denesc Adams. SECOND ROW: Jon Wix, Sharon Lock.
BACK ROW: Lori Wilkie, Diane Bemier.
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Traylor, Tav I-Iolmes, Chip Healcl.
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SOCIALS COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Kent Vaughan, Stu-
art Montague, SECOND ROW: D'Ann O'Mallcy, Peggy Stock-
er. THIRD ROW: Angela Brown, Irma johnson, Kathy Shel-
ton. FOURTH ROW: Mary Brooks, Marta Irvine. BACK
ROW: Billy Scheihing.
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ISPECIAI. PROJECTS COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Carol Cooper, Cheri Smith, Nita Friedman. BACK ROW: Mark
Davis, Mike Berry, Vincent Roach.
DECORATIONS COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Sharon
Davis. SECOND ROW: Donise Wilson, Patty Furcy. THIRD
ROW: Debby Morris, Brenna Barber, FOURTH ROW: Beckie
Ray. FIFTH ROW: Glenn Darden, Claudia Hutchinson. BACK
ROW: Sherry Morris, Anne Szablowski.
Liz Darling acts as chairman of the Coordinations Committee, made up of all Student
Council altemates and other interested students.
COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Art Underwood, Kathe Ambrose. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Robert
Brown, Mrs. Scott McDonald, Mrs. Viva.n Murphey, Mr. Arthur Tave, Mr. Leon Ray. BACK ROW: Miss Montier Ve Tomlin-
son, Mr. Homer Ludiker, Mr. Ray Dyche,
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bert Kennedy, Senior Class, john Berry, junior Classg
Anne Marie Sapankevych, Sophomore Class, Bo Under-
wood, Freshman Class,
Committee Strives to Solve Problems
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ROW: Mr. Arthur Tave, Mrs. Dorothy Scott, Mr. Bernard Lionbergcr.
ELECTIONS COMMITTEE. Elbert Kennedy, Alan Cooper,
Dean Stocker. NOT PICTURED: jeff Healcl.
PROGRAMS COMMITTEE. Rita Grcen, Billy McKenzie, Dianna Hubbard, Angcla Garner, Bobby Spencer, Tera Manskcr, Craig Cameron
Assisting the librarians during
their free periods was a group of stu-
dents called the Book jackets. Their
duties were to check books in and
out, shelve books and
write overdue slips, and
dents in finding reference
These volunteers were
duty and received credit toward grad-
uation for their work.
Activities of the club included ice
skating at a Christmas party and a
picnic in May to honor graduates and
installing officers for next year.
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Mary Skipworth, sponsor, Book jack-
et officers were Donna Reed, presi-
dent, Gary Angel, vice-president, and
Collette Pierce, secretary.
Assist in Library Work
BOOK -JACKET OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Gary Angel, Donna Recd, Collette Pierce. BACK ROW: Toni Bullard,
Lisa Ratcliff, Elizabeth VanDamme, Sally Rogers, Marcia Carroll, jackie Hale, Cindy McClain, Edward Smith.
Book jacket members, Lisa Ratcliff and Toni Bullard, pause from their work to discuss libra-
ry files and organization.
Elizabeth VanDamme checks returned books while on library duty.
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rez, William johnson. FIRST COLUMN: Gerald Pat- Wllllim Wllbum, RlCkY Hlfdm, W2lkCf
ron, Mike Ferguson, Fred Anderson, Leslie Hickman, THIRD COLUMN? Milk Ch2PPC1l, SYIVCSYC1' Hill. Sid-
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RIFLE TEAM. FRONT ROWI R085 H2l'm2l'l1 Travis Boydston, Marshall johnson, Kathy Walker, Kathleen Gcorgann Tmitt, Randy Shelton, Robert Gutierre
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Cadets See Intensive Field Training
Participating in two unique maneuvers during the year """""" " ' ' " 3' U
was the AHHS Reserve Officers Training Corps. The first
was staged at the National Grasslands near Decatur, Texas,
and the other took place at the National Guard Armory at A
Eagle Mountain. Mock bombings, using flour sacks, were
made on the troops. This was the first aerial attack practice
for the group,
ROTC instructors were Sgt. Herman Bresciani and Sgt. lf' ,
Cemit Thomas. Lieutenant Cadet Colonel Roger Harman,
senior, represented the Heights ROTC as executive officer 1
of the All City Brigade and was named ROTC outstanding
First-Year Cadet in the city.
During the year many of the cadets made a trip to Oak
Grove Airport to observe Army helicopters. Other activi-
ties included a holiday Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot.and a ISI!
Valentine's Day Cupid Shoot.
Sponsors for the corps were as follows: Georgann Truitt,
Kathleen Smith, Sylvia Almaguer, Kathy Walker, Emma 1,
Ware, Kay Stanfield, and Dianna johnson. lf'
SPONSORS. FRONT ROW: Gcorgann Truitt, Kathleen Smith, Sylvia Almaguer. SEC
OND ROW: Kathy Walker, Emma Ware, BACK ROW: Kay Stanfield, Dianna
Sgts. Cemit Thomas and Herman Bresciani review the corps roster,
COLOR GUARD: Phil Flores, Richard Alley, Randy Shelton, Gerald Patton.
A COMPANY. FRONT: Guy McDaniel, Todd Mas-
ters. FIRST COLUMN: Patrick Pierce, Randy Shelton,
Richard Alley, Ronald Lane. SECOND COLUMN:
BATTALION STAFF. FRONT ROW: William john-
son, jerry Boydstun. SECOND ROW: Bill Stevens,
Marshall johnson, john Twccdell, Lorenzo Mendez.
BACK ROW: Cadet Lt. Col. Roger Harman, Cadet Lt.
Col, Monty Tmitt, Bill Whittle, Baxter Knowles.
Donald Chasc, Eddie McDanicl,john Hawk, Dale Lazo.
THIRD COLUMN: Alan Heerwagen, Rodrick Thom-
ashlcff Willit, Cliff Jarvis, FOURTH COLUMN: Mike
Hecrwagen, Winford Roberts, David Hall, Bruce Green,
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,OND ROW: Kathy Walker, Bill Whittle, Richard ROW: Allan Heerwagen, Mike Heerwagen, Eddie
Alley, Todd Masters, jeff Willet, Bmce Green, james
McDaniels, Donald Chase, Winford Roberts,
Hall, Ronald Lane,
B COMPANY, FRONT ROW: Steve Myers, james
Sapankevych. FIRST COLUMN: Ronnie I-Iudman,
Douglas Lockhart, Travis Alley, james Drewry, Phillip
Flores. SECOND COLUMN: Glen Hausenfluke, Le-
mire William, Bernard jones, David Gill, Scott Schelper.
THIRD COLUMN: jerry Elledge, john Smith, Robert
Mitchell, Rick Anderson, Scott Hollatz. FOURTH
COLUMN: Dennis Burnham, Earl Thomashlame
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Maxie,Parsons.' THIRD ROW: Tudy Cassulb, Linda
lzndcrman, Katy, DeGrazicr, Mary Mahanay, Debbie. V f
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llhlmexx Olean Robinson, Helen Ficlr,'Mikon lloyd
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FRONT ROW: Sallie Mcadcr, Terri Ombcrg, Denise
Thomas, Bobby Schlagal, Cindy Honey, Maiel Cooper,
Rodcnnia Norris, Miss Fran Brown, SECOND ROW:
Margaret Hudson, Rick Seriven, Pat Humphries, Gwen
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larsen, Peggy Freeman, Sharon Baddoeu, Ramona Oel-
schlager, Beth Stullenburger, Vicki Yates, Btidgett
Knudson, Diane Olson, Megan Heinrick, Nancy Mit-
chell. CLARINETS: Kitzi Blitch, Cathi Oelschlager,
Chuck Adams, Debbie Mosiet, Kathy Baldwin, Cheryl
Tumer, Debbie Griggs, Peggy Pierce, Rusty Mosier,
Molly Grant, Dianna Hubbard, Karen Arminger, Cary
Clark. SAXOPHONES: Cary Everett, james Buckley,
jim Duff, Lisa Martin, Gregg Bellomy, Tommy Ding-
man. CONTRA-BASS CLARINET: james Humphery.
CORNETS: Mike Walker, Bob Heaburg, Terry Crum-
mel, jet mel ohn Miller, jim Skinner, Mack
Fer on, tt McGarrah Tina Bush, Malia Green, Ar-
thur Owen, rge mith, Randy Nitchee, Gomer
Schlager. STRING BASS: George D'Ascenzo,
FRENC ORNS: Carabeth Phelan, Rueban jackson,
MUSIC DEPARTME . Quang
Kathy Walkins, Paul Nichols, David Clifton, Mark
Menikos, Igor Lloyd. BARITONES: james Krause,
Gregg Thompson, Bruce Clark. BASSES: Baton Lloyd,
Duham Sapp, Dennis Mitchell. TROMBONES: Roger
Denton, Linton Clemmons, Clois Beckwith, Glenn
Driskill. DRUMS: Ray Henry, Mark Tinius, Mike
Wood,jim Miller,jim Monohan, Ronald Hicks,,IameSl
Wfoodward, Bill Shelton, Kim Autry.
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Car on Sees Final Year at Height
Mr. George Carson makes use of a bull-hom to direct the band
at a Heights basketball game.
school sponsored events.
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High School April 19 and 20.
Senior Bob Heaburg, at a Heights football game, directs
the comet section of the band.
In his final year before retiring,
Mr. G. H. Carson led the jacket Band
in support of the Arlington Heights
student body by serving it at football
and basketball games, pep rallies, and
In order to provide funds to trans-
port the band to a football game in
San Angelo, members sold bumper
stickers announcing "The jackets Are
In November, the band competed
in the University Interscholastic
League marching contest. joining
with the orchestra, the band entered
the UIL concert contest at Trinity
The instrumental department
boasted many talented musicians,
such as George D'Ascenzo, senior,
who earned a place in the All State
T Youth Symphony. Selected for the
All Region Band was Cara Beth Phe-
Mcmbcrs of the band perform for basketball fans.
Cmmmcl, iunior, and Mike Wood a
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ORCHESTRA. VIOLINS: Susie Ottc, Lakie Sctzer,
Mark Menikos, Cathy Schmidt, Dottie Dixon, Cynthia
Boulwarc, Kakkie Cunningham, Barbara Brechel, Rich-
ard Lysiak, Marcia Carroll. VIOLAS: Kathcleen Smith,
johannc Bemier, Fred Burckhardt, Delores D'Ascenzo.
CELLOS: George 'D'Asccnzo, Susan Hanley, Anne
Marie Sapankevych, Mike Sharrart, Marilyn Ward, Shar-
on Smith. STRING BASS: janice Benham. FLUTES:
Peggy Freeman, Sharon Baddoue, Vicki Larsen. OBOE:
Diane Olson. BASSOONe Mike Tinius. FRENCH
HORN: Cara Beth Phelan, Kathy Watkins. TRUM-
PET: Terry Crummel, jerry Crummel, jon Miller.
TROMBONE: Roger Denton. PIANO: Lisa Hiett.
DRUMS: Herbert joseph, Bill Shelton.
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Susan Ottc practices a difficult piece for the All City Orchestra. George and Delores D'Ascenzo audition for their first chair positions
SCIENCE RESEARCH GROUP
Seeks DDT Eater
Under the direction of Mr. Flavin Arseneau, the Science
Research Group tackled one of the world's major ecological
problems, that of finding a strain of bacteria capable of
breaking down DDT.
Members of the club worked during the Christmas holi-
days gathering materials, realizing the project could take
anywhere from one to five years or longer.
The experiment began with an isolation process of
micro-organisms, followed by a critical testing period of
subjecting animal and plant life to the bacteria. If no harm-
ful effects are found, perhaps a method of producing a sub-
stitute for DDT will be proven.
Included in the group were Kirk Kilgore, presidentg .Io-
hanne Bernier, secretaryg Alain Bernier, freshmang john
Hawk, Charles Henning, and Bill LaSalle, sophomores.
For his cereal dilution, john Hawk measures 200 ml. of broth.
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DE Combines Working ith Learning
Development of leadership quali-
ties, civic consciousness, and voca-
tional understanding were the objec-
tives set forth by the DE program.
The Distributive Education student
had an opportunity to participate in
many activities which teach him not
only to assume leadership obligations
but to serve in the capacities of both
follower and leader.
A group of DE students made
field trips to the State Fair and the
Apparel Mart in Dallas.
Three DE students competed in
the state convention. They were
Frank Clegg, service station traineeg
Debbie McDowell, job interviewg and
Debbie Washburn, advertising.
sponsoriMrs. Jacqueline Frazer.
Kenny Elan, right, carefully wraps 2 goblet for a shop-
per. David Pierson, left, services a car at his DE iob.
working in the linens section at Cox's, Debbie Washburn pauses to fold a towel.
Mrs. Jacqueline Frazer, sponsor, looks for ideas on ad display.
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Bu iness Skill Developed Through VOE
Aimed at developing leadership,
business skills, and school loyalty,
Office Education aided students in
their choices of business occupations
and improved standards for office
Finances for the annual Employer
Appreciation Banquet and an area
conference in Dallas were raised
through the sale of over 31,000 worth
of various "notions.',
At the Employer Banquet, OEA
students were entertained by guest
speaker Mr. jack jackson, instructor
at the American Airlines Flight Acad-
emy at Greater Southwest Airport.
Heights was represented at the area
conference, held in Dallas, as dele-
gates ran for offices and entered skills
OFA OFFICERS. Bobbye Brewer, parliamentarian and Bill
johnson, vice president.
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Vicki Peck, jerry Hall. BACK ROW: Cathy Bozich, Roxene Reynolds, Sherry Henson, Marla Sharp, Mrs, Norma Smith
Sandi Bosher, Carhie Farmer.
Club Debates Change for Jury System
Organized just before Christmas
under the supervision of Mrs. jean
Mitchell, the Debate Club was
planned to help students learn to ar-
range their thoughts and express
Their first tournament was in ,Ian-
uary at Jesuit High School in Dallas
in which they won one round. Two
tourneys at TCJC followed, with the
club being defeated in the finals.
They also participated in matches at
Baylor University in February and in
two tournaments in March. They en-
tered district competition in April.
The officers were Don Coffey,
chairman, and Eddie Gant, Vice-
The topic for competitive debate
this year was "Should the U.S. jury
System be Significantly Changed? In
tournament, the clubs were given a
side of the issue and debated from
obert Mitchell debates on the harm of changes in the US jury
Officers, Eddie Gant and Don Coffey discuss their positive views on "Changes in the jury
DEBATE CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Walker, Mrs. jean Mitchell, Richard Lysiak, Don
Eddie Gant, jim Flowers.
Coffey, Robert Mitchell
Tri-Hi-Y Promotes Good Citizenship
Tri-Hi-Y, a YMCA sponsored or-
ganization, was organized to help
teach students citizenship.
This year, Tri-Hi-Y aided the corn-
munity in various service projects,
such as Urban Ministries. They also
sold fruit cakes in October and had a
bake sale in February.
The officers for this year were
.Ioan Birdwell, president, Susan
Moser, vice-president, Barbara Rowe,
secretary, Meredith Blanford, treasur-
er, and Tony Morris, chaplain.
Sponsor, Mrs. janet Moore, pauses from her work to discuss Tri-
HI Y memberships.
TRI-HlvY. FRONT ROW: Cindy Criswell, Janice Farris, joan Birdwell, Mrs. janet Moore. SECOND ROW: Sus
Moser, Angela Stokes, .Ian Birdwell, Marta Irvine. BACK ROW: Barbara Rowe, Joanne Saurenmann, Stephanie Angel
Ann Zimmerman, jana Standefer, I
Secretary, Barbara Row, reviews a lisr of Tri-Hi-Y acrivi- l
tics for the year, TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT: -Ioan Birdwell.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Homemakers Work Toward Leadership
Future Homemakers of America, is
designed to help girls and boys ob-
tain leadership. Achievement in FHA
comes in three degrees. junior, Chap-
ter, and State, and members work
toward them voluntarily. Reaching
these goals requires participation in
activities related to home, school and
community. Part of the purpose of
FHA is to bring all three of these
Some of this year's projects were
preparing baskets of fruit at Christ-
mas for a nursing home and baking
cookies for the Childrenls Hospital.
The club also worked with interna-
tional projects. Each year the two
members who received the most
points, acquired by- achievement in
club activities, are eligible to attend
the FHA Convention.
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Laurin Mastin displays her skills as a seamstress in het homemaking class.
FHA SPONSOR: Mrs. Theresa Foust.
Ginny Montanio, senior, finds sewing as easy as it is enjoyable,
"Mrs. Tottenham, they don't give the death penalty for being 50 pages late," pleads Mark Davis.
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Yearbook Staff Initiates New Advisor
Despite rumors that Heights
would have its first summer annual,
this year's book came out on time.
Sometimes working during annual
period in school wasn't enough so
staffers celebrated the return of the
all-night meeting with breakfasts at
the Pancake House, and there were
all-day get togethers.
of the Yellow jacket
changed hands this year, as Mrs. Syl-
English teacher, took
the advisory position.
The traditional Christmas party
was held at joe Garcia's, with thel
gifts varying from bottles of Scope to
paddle toys. As the final deadline
rolled around unexpectantly, there
were many frayed nerves while wind-
ing up a year's work and sending an-'
other yearbook to print. l
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, 1 and Mike Moore collect the sitting fee for underclassman pictures, a
Elbert Kennedy pro-
vides some helpful
hints for Shelly Bartho-
If' lomew as she completes
a page of the Faculty
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tographer Doug Hampton exhibit the closeness found N LW
among Yellow jacket staff members.
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Format Expanded to Include Artists
Creative writing classes, under the
auspices of Mrs. Martha Melton, put
together the Impresriom magazine.
This year the traditional literary
magazine was changed into an art
magazine, with not only written, but
drawn or photographed compositions
Trying to emphasize student par-
ticipation, the qualifications for entry
of written material were lowered. It
may have been written at any time in
the author's life and only one copy,
with an English teacheris approval
and a coversheet, was required.
The main sales campaign was held
during the first trimester and students
bought magazines through their En-
glish classes. Because of limited sales,
the Staff 3 bake sale in February' :iffy Cutchin, .art lilnderwood, and Shannon McDonald, seniors, receive instructions from Mrs. Martha Melton for the
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IMPRESSIONS STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT! Alan RiCh- Dercleyn, Verne Garrison, Kathe Ambrose, Beckie Ray, dcrwood, Robert jetton, Pam Gibson, Ann McKay,
ardson, Susan Mueller, Lisa Watson, Ktrry P01lard, CGI- Kathy Morgan, Shannon McDonald, jeff Healcl, julie Cheri Smith.
lcen Cromwell, Kelly Parker, Shelly Nowlin, Kit Cope. Fields, THIRD ROW: Tav Holmes, Kellye Morris,
SECOND ROW: Linda Pyle, Cindy Honey, D'AnnC Wyatt Fender, Rusty Cutchin, Darenda Elkins, Art Un-
Martha Bass and Glenn Darden read essays submitted to the magazine. Ki: Cope, senior, makes revisions on an essay.
n order to get ideas about layout and color, jeff Heald and julie Fields review past issues of literary magazines.
Jacket Journal Reports Yearis Event
Three staffs published the jafkel
journal in the Fall, Winter, and
Spring trimesters. Advisors for the
staffs included sponsor Mrs. Gene
Thompson and editor D'Anne
The first paper contained material
to acquaint new students with
AHHS, including a map of the cam-
pus and information concerning the
football schedule for the season. This
free "mini edition" was to promote
In March, Kathy Woodcock and
Scott Daniels attended the Interscho-
lastic League Press Convention in
Austin where the jacket journal re-
ceived an Award of Distinguished
Merit. At a publications banquet held
at the end of the year, several mem-
bers of the staff were presented mem-
bership in the Quill and Scroll, a na-
tional society for outstanding high
school journalists. The paper received
a certificate of merit from the Texas
High School Press Association in
Bronson Stocker and Kathy Morgan check a block of set
jj FALL STAFF. TOP TO BO'1'l'OM:-Jeff Heald, busi
ness managerg Scott Daniels, art editor, Debbie Wash
burn, advertising managerg Tay Holms, feature editorg
Veme Garrison, julie Fields, Kathy Morgan, reporters,
D'anne Derdeyn, editorg Angie Emery, assistant sport:
editor, Elbert Kennedy, sports editor, NOT PIC
TURED: Karen Keil, Marian Capers, Bronson Stocker
Angela Garner, David Bailey. '
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jj WINTER STAFF. FRONT ROW: Pat johnson, ad-
vertising, Bob Romingcr, Rick Allen, David King, re-
porters, Elbert Kennedy, sports editor, Verne Garrison,
Lee Tennison, reporters, jeff Heald, business manager,
Bronson Stocker, Paul Nichols, Chuck Lievrouw, report-
ers, Scort Daniels, art editor. SECOND ROW: Larry
Fuller, Linda Pyle, Marian Capers, reporters, Debbie
Washburn, advertising, Maiel Cooper, exchange editor,
D'Annc Derdeyn, editor, Lynne Brew, Shannon McDon-
ald, Shelly Nowlin, reporters, Cheryl Clanton, circula-
tion manager. BACK ROW: Margaret Dickie, reporter,
Angie Emery, asst. sports editor, Honey Burns, circula-
tion manager, Debby Morris, reporter, Karen Keil, class
club editor, Kathy Wloodcock, Liz McGlohen, reporter,
Eunice Brarton, advertising, Katy Merril, reporter, julie
Fields, news ediror, Kathy Morgan, feat-ure editor, Mark
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jj SPRING STAFF. FRONT ROW: Kathy Morgan, Woodcoek, julie Fields, Angie Emery, Chuck Lievrow, Kennedy, Margaret Dickie, Missy Hillalter. NOT PIC-
Honey Burn5, Karen Keil, Mziel Cooper, Eunice Brit- Bronson Stocker, Lee Tennison, Pat johnson, Elbert TURED: D'Anne Derdeynhleff Heald, Verne Garrison.
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Larry Fuller, rodeo club member, demonstrates the correct form in bareback bronc riding Hertz puts senior jeff Kelly in the driver's seat at the Boyd rodeo.
at one of the Boyd rodeos that club members attend.
Rodeo Club Increases ACt1V1ty, Members
Throughout the year, the Arling-
ton Heights Rodeo Club participated
in high school rodeos, including one
in Boyd, Texas. A relatively new club,
it had increased membership this
Officers were jim Calhoun, presi-
dentg Sandra Hamilton, vice-presi-
dentg Kim Murray, secretaryg and
Dale Fincher, treasurer. Larry Fuller
was voted the Most Outstanding
Members could qualify for AHHS
Rodeo Club vests by gaining points
scored in various rodeo events.
In the spring, the club ended the
year by having their own rodeo.
Larry Fuller - Wanted: Dead or Aliveg claims to be
Rodeo Club's Most Outstanding Member.
The rodeo club officers for 1971-1972 behind the club's increased activity are Dale Fincher, treasuterg Sandra Hamilton
vice-prcsidentg Kim Murray, secretaryg and jim Calhoun, president.
Heights got a new organization
this year, the French Club. Supervised
by Mrs. Gladys Bright and Mrs.
Diane Burnett, its goal is better un-
derstanding of the French people and
The club sponsored many activities
during the year, such as caroling in
French, having speakers, and having
a French pastry sale.
Officers were as follows: joan
Birdwell, president, Marlene john-
son, vice president, Cindy Honey, sec-
retary, johanne Bernier, historian,
Diane Bernier, refreshment chairman,
Kathy Fowler, telephone chairman.
Bcmier and joan Birdwell discuss FC activities
Club Included at Height
FC MEMBERS FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gladys Bright, Kathy Blackmon, Debbie Parkman,jill Williams, Meredith Blan-
ford Sandra Wyeth Mrs. Diane Burnett. SECOND ROW: Katie Sherrod, Carrie McCann, Diane Bernier, -Ianice Ben-
ham Debbie Brown Cindy Honey, Kathy Fowler. THIRD ROW: Liz Lamers,jay Clifton, Nancy Mitchell, April Foust,
Lisa Watwn ,Iohanne Bemier. LAST ROW: Ricky Blanton, Margret Gregory, Pam Gunter, Anne Marie Spankevych,
Lynn McCrcary julie Moehler, Denise Harper.
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Bemier, refreshment chairman.
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Mr. Norman Chevreaux talks with substitute teacher Dr. john Robertson.
New Council Becomes Voice of Faculty
Representing Heights' teachers'
original ideas and suggestions was the
The group included nine members
and was concerned with the alteration
of exam schedules for teachers' con-
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venience, the formation of a math of-
fice, and the establishment of a spe-
cial remedial reading program. Sug-
gested, but not yet passed, were plans
for enlarging Heights.
Composing the council were Mr.
Horace Morgan, chairman, Mrs. jean
Mitchell, secretaryg Mrs. Ernestine
Coheeg Mrs. Glenna Edwards, Mr.
Bernard Lionbergerg Mr. Roland
Macling Mrs. Evelyn McCluneyg Mrs.
Betty Quimby, and Mr. Arthur Tave.
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Peer advisors Lendell jackson and jeff Hensley stop to talk with Walter Anderson.
Angela Garner, Lisa Campbell, Sherry Mitchell and Beverley Brown, seniors, jokingly consider what
Ygchool would be like if they were read-mfs, Mr. Leon Ray looks up a sruclent's credit requirements,
krgiw there was a reason why jerry asked me to dance!" exclaims Mrs, Martha Aus' Startlccl by an announcement, Mrs. Regena Morris glances up at the speaker.
Integration Challenges School Board
Fully confident that teachers and
administrators in the school system
were competent to handle the prob-
lems surrounding integration, Supt.
Julius Truelson informed school per-
sonnel at an August convocation of
busing and "cluster" plans.
Truelson felt it crucially important
that all employees make every effort
to make the plans successful, to uti-
lize skills and ideas. In his words,
"We should be patient and calm in
the face of the strong emotion and
prejudice which each of us will face."
Expressing the opinion that the in-
tegration issue Was the greatest chal-
lenge of the school system, the super-
intendent added that the time to over-
come such challenges is when the
problems are the toughest.
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS, 1971-72. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Stan
Green B. Trimble, secretaryg Mr. jim Harris, and Mt. Bobby Bmnet.
Harrell, Mrs. jack O. Shannon jr., Mt. Bill II. Elliot, vice-presidentg The Reverend john R. Leatherbury, presidentg Mr
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TRUELSON Deputy Superintendent Assistant HIGHTOWER
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E MRS. CHRISTINE MRS, MARY MRS' DOROTHX1
SHERMAN SKIPWORTH WATKINS
Libf3fY Clerk Librarian Sgcremry
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MR, JOHN B. SHARP
MR. RAY DYCHE
1st Vice Principal
MR, HOMER LUDIKER
Znd Vice Principal
MISS MONTIER VE
Znd Vice Principal
MR. DAYTON CARTER
MRS. G LENNA
MR. LEON RAY
MRS. JACKIE KING
MRS. HAZEI. FARR
MRS. NADINE GRISBY
MRS. GLENDA WARD
Engli h ork hop Enhance Curriculum
English classes had a more varied
curriculum than ever before at
Heights this year.
Workshops were held With team
teaching used for the combined
classes. Many films were shown, in- 9'
cluding the Academy Award Winning lf'
Some of the plays studied were
Hamlet and Antzgone.
To help students in the area of
, 1 MR. MILTON Mas. FRANCES Mas. ERNESTINE Mas, REBA coopnn
reading, Mrs. Dorothy Davis taught BRANSFORD CAVENESS cox-IEE English
at Heights three days a week. English gnggsh English
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In order to begin her next class, Mrs. Paula Stcadham reaches for a junior literature book. Mrs. Ann Stanton, ex-Yj sponsor, signs her cookbook for Mrs. Beverly Ross.
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MRS. DOT DAVIS MRS. DELORES M. MRS. BEVE SS
Resource Reading DIAZ English
English E lish V SOH '
Art H ics A S
Humanities QI WE
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the weekly joint-class workshops.
Betty Watson pauses a moment to see what an office helper needs.
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audio-visual aids, Mrs. Emestine Cohee lectures freshman English students in one Mi-5. Frances Caveness rearmnges sophomore projects after Roman Festival Day
Old orld Culture
A new organization at Heights this year, La Cerrle de
Francais was sponsored by Mrs. Gladys Bright and Mrs.
The French club was open to all interested students hav-
ing taken at least one trimester of the language. During the
year, the group sang French Christmas carols, donated gifts
to charity, and were served refreshments typical of France.
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MRS. EVELYN MRS. DONNA MRS. DELIA
MLCLUNEY MEYER STONE
Spanish German Spanish
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MRS. DIANE '
MR. LARRY BARNES
While Arleen Anderson organizes her report on thc culture of France, Diane Bernier,janet Koll-.
mier, Elizabeth jordan and the sponsors Mrs. Gladys Bright and Mrs. Diane Burnett take a break
during a French Club meeting.
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Shelley Bartholomew and Wally White listen to difficult Spanish dialogues.
Entertaining guest speakers, publishing an original
newspaper, and holding a mock gubernatorial election occu-
pied government class time. In the spring, they also held a
non-partisan political rally.
To gain insight into the workings of the judicial system
and learn first-hand information about the courts, the
classes visited the Civil Courts Building and spoke with
lawyers from the junior Bar Association and district judges.
In world history classes, students learned by a new teach-
ing method which concentrated on concepts rather than ar-
bitrary facts. Memorization of dates and historical charac-
ters was no longer stressed.
During a govcmment class, Mrs. Betty Quimby checks a srudent's notebook.
MRS. VIVIAN MRS. BILLIE MRS. BETTY
MURPHEY TILLMAN QUIMBY
American History History Govemment
Girls' Swim Team
Aid in Teaching
MRS. DAISY KAHN
MRS. MARY MARSH
MRS. CORA MILLER
MRS. JEAN MITCHELL
wa' MRS. EVELYN
Mike Chambers watches Mrs. Daisy Kahn grade a world history final.
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The computer mathematics course at AHHS provided
the fundamentals for further progress in all areas of corn-
Today's computers perform calculations hundreds of
thousands of times per second, relieving man 'from the tedi-
um and possible error of these calculations.
Preparing interested students in programming the com-
puter and learning its language, Mr. Arthur Tave also
taught physics and math.
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MRS. ELVA LERRET
MRS, IRENE PRICE
MRS. LYNNE SAVAGE
MR. ARCHIE STEVENS
MR. JOE GALIGA
MRS. BARBARA HAILEY
MRS. CORNELIA KIRKS
Math MR. JAMES INGRAM
Constructing a triangle on the blackboard, Mrs. Irene Price discusses a complicated proof
with students in an accelerated geometry class.
MR. ARTHUR TAVE
4-I Faculty Council
MR, JAMES TISDALE
MR, WILLIAM WESLEY
Chuckling, Mr. Archie Stevens finds humor in a remark made by one of his trigonometry students
Mrs, Barbara Hailey patiently explains a theorem to her geometry class. Mr, William Wesley clarifies a solution for Dianne Grogan.
Mr Bemard Lionberger shows some of the different kinds of airplanes to his students. Coach Ilrry Wood enioys a moment of leisure reading.
Forest Ranger Teaches Aviation Class Q
In addition to acquiring a general
knowledge of aeronautics, Mr. Ber-
nard Lionberger's aviation class also
gained actual flying experience. Stu-
dents were offered optional flying on
weekends and after school at Mea-
cham Field for a moderate cost.
Designed to educate students in
the world of aviation and to prepare
them for private pilot's licenses, the
course was open to both boys and
An aerial observer for the Forestry
Service in northern Idaho and Canada
A young biology student, Sylvia Perez, is intrigued by the microscopic world.
for four years, Mr. Lionberger flies a'
Cessna 182 and a Piper Cherokee 140.i
His function is to spot fires and their
direction and drop information to fire
crews and lookouts.
MR. FLAVIN J.
MRS, LUCY BELT
Maybe if I close my eyes rheyll go away ponders Mrs jane: Moore.
General Physical Science
MR. ROLAND MACLIN
General Physical Science
MRS. .JANET MOORE
General Physical Science
MISS DONA STOVALL
MR. WILLIAM SIMS
MR. ARCH VAN METER
MR. LARRY WOOD
General Physical Science
Student Investor Gamble Sl 000'
Enrolled in consumer education classes, students devel-
oped interests in home finance, the stock market, and
budgeting. Further studies included the banking system and
the hazards of owning a credit card.
Each person was given an imaginary 31,000 to choose a
stock and invest in it. At the end of the alloted time, the
students reported on their stock's progress.
The course also included a field trip to an investment
company in town.
MISS MARTHE MRS. ROSEMARY MR. GEORGE
FRANCES BROWN BURTON CARSON
Choms Speech Band
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During a hectic chorus rehearsal, Miss Fran Brown quickly looks backstage.
Mrs. Theresa Foust explains
MRS. THERESA FOUST
MRS. MARY PARHAM
MRS. BETTY CLAYTON
MRS. REGINA MORRIS
MRS. DOROTHY SCOTT
MRS. NORMA SMITH
MRS. LINDA SZOT
Mrs, Lucille Parmeter dictates business notes to her class.
Training through office employment was offered by Vo-
cational Office Education, under the supervision of Mrs.
Norma Smith. Students received practical, on-the-job train-
ing with related classroom instruction.
Office Education Association, a VOE related organiza-
tion, participated in competition involving office skills at
conventions in Dallas and Chicago.
Typing instructor Mrs. Dorothy Scott always finds time for a friendly smile.
MR. WILLIE TAYLOR
New Track Team
The PE department expanded its program to include
such activities as speedaway, tire volleyball, archery, and the
first girls' track team. A girls intramural basketball team
was included this year under the supervision of Miss Lola
Greaves. Also offered in the spring trimester was a new
camping course for girls, which covered the pitching of
tents, fire building, and outdoor cooking.
MRS. MARTHA AUSTIN
MISS LOLA GREAVES
MR. HORACE E.
fa Golf Team
MISS BARBARA OLIVER
T7 Physical Education
MR. MERLIN PRIDDY
MR, HENRY HARVEY
MR, DILLARD ISABEL
MISS LINDA SCHOOP
MR. CEMI THOMAS
MR. ROD BYRD
Miss Lola Greave e l ' h Coach Henry Harvey plans a water filter project with his health class.
S xp ams to er class the rules of archery,
MR. DON KINNEY
MR. CONRAD RICE
MRS. CI'I RISTINA
Anxiously, Mr. Larltus Cooper awaits the lunch bell.
Wood hop Teaches
Con truction Skill
Industrial Arts prospered at Heights this year. Vlfood-
shop students, taught by Mr. Neil Richmond, participated
in individual projects during the year and constructed such
items as speaker cabinets, gun cases, and cutting boards.
They also acquired two new lathes, thus improving the
quality of their machinery.
An old Opel engine was employed by power mechanics
students for demonstrations. The class was instructed by
Mr. Larkus Cooper. Metal shop classes, taught by Mr.
David Maggard, tried to get a new furnace and mill in
Mr. Dorris Harrison observes Gary Kite as he corrects a drafting plate.
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Hutchinson, Katie Sherrod, and Kim Perrone.
Freshmen Find Experiences Challenging
The class of 75, beginning their first year on the Hill,
approached their new surroundings with mixed emotions
Varied interests of the 682 freshmen contributed much
to the spirit and individuality of Heights students, as they
joined in many activities and organizations.
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lRESHMAN FAVORITE: PEGGY STOCKER FRESHMAN FAVORITE: STUART MONTAGUE
Stuart, Peggy Rate First With Frosh
fd KAYDEE BROWN
Chosen in january, Peggy Stocker and
Stuart Montague were the favorites of the
freshman class. Kaydee Brown and Billy
Scheihing were the finalists.
Peggy was a first year member of Spirit
of the Hill, Student Council, and Allied
Youth. Her interests include Young Life,
trampoline, bicycling, and tennis.
Stuart, a freshman football and baseball
player, was Howdy King. He enjoys both
water and snow skiing in his spare time.
Also a Howdy Queen, Kaydee was
freshman football queen and a one year
member of SOH. She enjoys water sports
and Young Life.
Billy, a sports enthusiast, played football
and basketball, and was a Student Council
ork hop Stresses Group Interaction
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Rod Bellamy '
Cfrla' Bennfir B'
julie Benson '
Alain Bern ier
Freshman Mary Mitchell writes an English composition.
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Chery.l,Cliandlerf"' i 'K si
Vicki Christenson .
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Z lark Browcl?4
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Danny Pacheco and Henry West scribble down essential notes from English workshop lectures on
Shouts of "we've got spiritg we're
alive. Yea Seniors '75,' were heard for
the first time this year as the Class of
'75 hit the Hill. New Heightsters got
in the spirit by cheering, the Frosh
football team to a district champion-
ship. Spirited freshmen appeared en
masse at games and pep rallies, and
girls added to enthusiasm by painting
signs for the field house.
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Adelina de la Maza
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Yjcki Des Camp
Ginger Doyle S
Freshman football fans give an enthusiastic forewarning of victory to the Y-I photographers at the Heights-Carter game.
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Spirit of the Hiller Henry Harvey specializes in arousing soul.
Teachers Make Exchange of Classes
Girl's Health teacher Miss Linda Schoop prepares to answer questions which might be raised by Mr. Horace Morgan's third period health class,
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Angela Kecrori '
D. D, Kennedy
"Mn Morgan! You've got ro be kidding!" gasps astonished Peggy Stocker in a girls' health class,
Cindy Riddell Win Top Diving Award
Cindy Riddell, winner of both city and state diving
championships, has been diving for seven years under the
coaching of Mr. Carl Loock. She is a freshman member of
the Heights girls swim team. Cindy, who has won every
high school meet she has entered, has been named Most
Outstanding Diver of Texas and the Southwest. She placed
first in the junior Olympics last year and took fifth in the
junior National finals. Winner of the Texas Open, she has
taken highest honors in the Texas-Mexican International
Meet two years in a row. V
Cindy was the only freshman to be elected Most Athletic
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Cindy Riddell tests the flexibility of the board before a swim meet.
After a strenuous afternoon work-our, Daphne Dixson pauses to take a much-needed time-out.
Roberta V McAllister
Anna Maria Mendoza
Trudy Moore '
Freshmen Serve a Office Assistant
joy Parker 'A
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'john' Ririltin '
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Esther Rivera t
Cindy Lce Scott
Dressed in Spanish costume, Mrs.
Evelyn McCluney,s level two fresh-
man classes performed skits based on
Spanish dialogues. The skits, which
were used as a review for the final
helped to interest students in the lan-
guage and displayed Mexican culture.
Students used everything from show-
ing slides on bullfighting, siestas on
desks, and airplane rides, to singing
serenades under windows and hair-
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Luisa, a beautiful Spanish maiden, helps to enlighten the classroom skirs.
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Randy Ehrlc looks longingly ar his now empty cola cup, wishing lunch had gone a litrlc further.
"I wondcr what he would say if I ask him to the Allied Youth Thanksgiving dan
Mike Fowler joins in the spirit befor: thc jacket victory over the Highlanders. Freshman Maricrra Hutchinson.
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"I'll never be ready for my date tonight," groans Susan
PCP Y P B 0 SC lmm0nS- Malone at the Paschal swim meet.
'I wonder how masking tape tastes?" asks Cindy Goldsmith to Sandra Hardwick.
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ant during the bctweenrlass mingling.
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Phillips students while Ann Zimmerman listens.
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participate involved the class of '74 in " ' ,
"Bn team and varsity games, special
projects, and classroom and social
roles. No longer the bottom class,
sophs encountered new-found respon-
sibilities and pressures.
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studying for a test.
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Sophs Select Favorites: Donise, Juan
FAVORITE FINALISTS: BRAD CONRAD and LISA RATLIFF
Sophomore honorees this year were
Donise Wilson and juan Becera, Lisa
Ratliff and Brad Conrad were the finalists.
Donise, a member of the Student Coun-
cil, was a sophomore cheerleader besides
being an outdoor enthusiast. She also
belongs to Young Life.
juan, a member of Spirit of the Hill,
was a Student Council ,representative and
sophomore Howdy King. His athletic in-
terest was shown by running track and
Lisa, also a cheerleader, was a member
of Allied Youth. Her outside activities in-
clude swimming, bike riding, and Young
Brad, a Student Council member, was
also a Spirit of the Hill member, and ajun-
ior Varsity basketball player. He enjoys bi-
cycling, swimming, and diving.
Meredith' Blah ford
Tommy Frye makes a macrame belt, in preparation for an exhibit,
W Blake Bourland
Sophomores Show Creative Abilities
- Martha Braddy
, Dian Brantley
' Jody Brazcl
English classes of Mrs. Beverly Ross illustrate stories with collages as a class proiect,
L Iommy ,Brown
Golf Team Aided
The sophomore class was well represented on the golf
team this year.
Lindy Miller, who placed in the top ten in the State jun-
ior Championship last summer in San Antonio, ranked in
the upper five members of the Heights team.
Greg Myers, also a sophomore golfer, entered the city
championship contest and joined the squad in daily prac-
Competition at Shady Oaks and Ridglea Country Clubs,
in jacksboro, and the battle for the city title involved soph-
omores' time, skill, and devotion.
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Sophomore golfer, Greg Myers, addresses his ball before making a chip shot.
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Kerry Elaine Gordon
Larry M, Gillies
Sophomores Ob erve Life in Biology
Cindy Taylor draws and labels an organism observed in the microscope,
Caesar Comes Alive for Sophomores
Intending to become familiar with
the literature of Shakespeare, sopho-
more English classes spent several
weeks studying his plays.
On November 11, these sopho-
mores attended the performance of
Julius Caviar at Casa Manana. Missing
half a day of school, they were bussed
to the theater. Some classes then
planned a Caesar Day in which stu-
dents dressed in costumes similar to --Q.
the fashions worn in the early days of
Rome and performed skits depicting
some aspect of the play. The skits
were spoofs on the real tragedy, hav-
ing cowboy, hippie, and beatnik
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Garry W. johnson
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janet Alison Kollmeir
'Ernie liroplta '
Debbie'MaHin ' '
Keith Miller performs a scene from William Shakespeare's julius Caesar,
while Beth Norman, in Roman attire, looks on.
Girl Take Part in Different Sport
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Electives Fill ut Sophs' Schedules
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ROTC cadet Curtis Drcwry presents arms to superior officer Gerald Patton.
Anne Marie Sapankevych
Donald . Sharratt
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Rice Acquires Experiences in Music
Wilber Rice began singing in the Como Elementary
School chorus and later joined the Texas Boys, Choir in
With the choir, he has traveled to engagements in New
York, Louisiana, New Mexico, and several cities in Texas.
Along with five other choir members, Wilber was honored
by being invited to sing with the Santa Fe Opera. Singing
second alto, he occasionally soloed in these performances.
The sophomore participated with the entire Boys, Choir
in the recording of an educational album, "Exploring
Music" for elementary school music classes.
A member of Spirit of the Hill, Wilber attended Como
High School last year and was active in the production of
The Lillian' Wifeman at Scott Theatre, playing the part of
one of the Nativity angels.
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Yolanda Denise Thomas
Angela Thompson Y
Mary Jaime 'Touchstone
Elizabeth Van Damme
Mark Van Dyne
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cBig Time' uniors
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"Who are . . . who are we?
We are . . . Seniors ,73!"
As their third year at Arlington Heights came to a close,
the blazing trail left behind by the "Big Timew juniors will
serve as a mark in Heights history.
Leadership qualities displayed by these students prom-
ised a super senior year, with almost every organization rep-
resented by members of the class of '73.
Blanc Griffith concentrates on a subject of interest.
Tom Nordeck and Kurt Stevens add a touch of realism during English skit.
"Now if I put the ads on the front page , . ." ponders Scott Daniels,
"I'd walk a mile for my Copenhagen snuff . . ." exclaims jim Calhoun.
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'UNIOR FAVORITE: ANNE SZABLOWSKI
JUNIOR FAVORITE: HOUSTON KAUFFMAN
Anne, Houston Honored as Top Juniors
FAVORITE FINALISTS: PAUL COZBY and ALLISON KERR
juniors chose Anne Szablowski and
Houston Kauffman as their favorites, and
Allison Kerr and Paul Cozby were the
Anne was also sophomore favorite and
has been a cheerleader for two years. A stu-
dent councilman, Anne enjoys swimming
and Young Life in her spare time.
A National Honor Society member,
Houston was vice president of the Student
Council this year and played varsity foot-
ball. Hunting and fishing occupy much of
Athletically minded, Allison was a three
year swimming team letterman, and out-
side school, enjoys tennis and horseback
riding. A finalist for most beautiful in
1971, Allison was a one year member of
Spirit of the Hill and of the Student Coun-
Paul, a cheerleader, was also a three year
member of Allied Youth. He enjoys water
skiing, basketball and Young Life.
Swimming Becomes Important for Junior
After workout at Panther Boys Club, iunior Cindy Bradley stops a minute to catch her breath,
AY Conference Attended by Delegates
Members of Allied Youth Shannon Cox, co-president,
and josh Baker, publications, attended the International
AY Conference in Buckhill Falls, Pennsylvania.
Organizers of the ping-pong contest, bike race, and
swish sales, Shannon and josh worked with other junior ex-
ecutive board members in planning the AY Beauty Contest,
bake sales, and dances.
Elected to the executive board from the junior class
were: josh Baker, Shannon Cox, Paul Cozby, Karen Keil,
Debbie Sarsgard, Gigi Schaeffer, and Susie Schaeffer.
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Before the big Paschal game, junior girls Terri Hansen, Katy Merrill, and April Foust eat dinner at joe Garcia's.
cBig Time Junior 9 Let Loose With Spirit
junior girls and Campaigners leader, Nancy West, gather to express their spirit at the Heights B-team game, BOTTOM ROW: Nancy West, Ann Lindsay, Honey
Burns. TOP ROW: Eunice Bratton, Cathy Smith, Claudia Hutchinson, Sherry Morris.
Students Challenged by Honor Biology
Led by Mrs. Lucy Belt, second year biology students be-
came familiar with more advanced aspects of the science.
Assigned to do research papers, students performed experi-
ments on such topics as sugar fermentation, bacteriology,
plant mineral requirements, and statistics. This honors
course requires that the participant also be enrolled in
-- .vin Involved in a biology lab, Linda Bussey observes a reacting solution.
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Chorus students, Roy and Troy Smith, practice for an upcoming program.
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ron hangs up a sign of spirit.
History Teacher Support Spirit Rank
Mrs. Kathleen Hanley, wife of Dr. Lawrence A. Hanley,
a professor of music at Texas Christian University, has
been a teacher in the history department at Arlington
Heights for 16 years. She was once described in the Fort
Worth Star-Telegram as "the loudest cheering TCU faculty
An avid jacket sports fan, she was the first junior class
sponsor of the Spirit of the Hill to purchase and wear the
uniform of the club, a blue jumper and gold shirt. Consid-
ering it an honor to represent our spirited student body,
Mrs. Hanley attended many basketball games with chemis-
try teacher Miss Dona Stovall. Throughout the year Mrs.
Hanley supported all athletic teams by composing poems to
be read at pep rallies and delivering words of encourage-
iment to team members.
Mrs. Kathleen Hanley displays creative talent with a spirited poem at a pep rally.
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Mary Kay Metzger
Spirit Generated in Different Ways
"The ncxr one who says I have the nubs gers belted!" warns David Whire
Dunng a brisk football game Michele Mummert expresses her enthusiasm.
Chris Stewart cleans lab equipment after completing a chemistry experiment.
Juniors See New orld in Chem Lab
hkie Ann Setzer
Puzzled in chemistry lab, Bill Davis rises to ask a question.
Child Care Course Offered to Junior
Offered for the first time at Arlington Heights was the
Pre-employment Child Development Course, a preparatory
introduction to those planning to become employed in
some aspect of child care.
Two hours a day of on-the-job training was acquired at
one of three participating elementary schoolsg South Hi
Mount, Como, and Mary Louise Phillips.
A 40-minute class, taught by Mrs. Annette Bernard, was
held at school each day to discuss experiences and any dif-
ficulties encountered during this training.
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Mary Helen Strain
Allen R. Teel
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Robert Van Dyne
Owen L. Watkins
Carl L. Webb
Class Looks Ahead
To the Year '73
"Arc you my morher?" says a mouse to Mom: Lisa, as he pcrchcs atop the most
misunderstood sofr drink.
Mzrk Davis escapes the confusion of the lunch hour and fmds sohtudc m room 116
Amidst the snow and icc, Eunice Bratton
riously to class.
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"lt was only used on Fridays by a Paschal dropout," urges salesman Larry Fuller to Mark jones.
72,3 Hilltop Reign Fade Into the Pa t i
Nostalgia plagued 530 Heights
seniors as they neared the end of an
eventful 3 year stay at Heights.
During their stay, the 1972 seniors
experienced a series of firsts and lasts.
They were here when the trimester
begang they were here when the new
integration plan went into effect, and
this year's senior girls were the first
to decorate the new field house.
Heights and O. D. Wyatt were the
first teams to play football at the new
stadium, Clark Field, in 1971, and
"elf day" at Christmas time was es-
tablished during their stay.
Faculty changes were extensive, as
Enjoying a 'Happening' in Mrs. Vaughan's English class are David Bailey, Gary Purvis, and Darenda Elkins.
many "regulars" said goodbye.
They were also the last class of
seniors to stay three years at Heights,
with freshmen coming in when they
They were a part of Heights just as
Heights was a part of them, and nei-
ther will forget the other. '
during a team taught workshop.
Angie Emery pauses to listen to the instructions giver
aking their traditional place at the pep rally are Sherry Mitchell, Leslie Brow
illingsley, and Prissy Bordeaux.
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David jones stops briefly at lunch to prove the hand is
indeed quicker than the eye.
MR. AND MISS AHHS
George, Beekie Given Highest Honors
Beckie Ray and George Montague
were elected to the titles of Mr. and
Miss AHHS by the student body out
of a list of 37 nominees in October.
This honor is the highest attainable
by a senior.
Beckie fScootyj Ray served three
years as cheerleader, was Sophomore
Favorite and Howdy Queen, and was
a member of Allied Youth for two
years. She also served as chairman for
the Student Council decorations com-
mittee, and directed the sales cam-
paign for the Imprerriom magazine.
George CBaconj Montague proved
his leadership abilities, working as
the Student Council's representative
to the Fort Worth United High
School Council, acting as sophomore
cheerleader, and participating in Spirit
of the Hill his junior year. He was
particularly interested in government,
displayed through his role as presi-
dent of the Student Council. Young
Life ranked as George's main extra-
curricular activity, and he enjoyed all
GEORGE MONTAGUE BECKIE RAY
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George comes in handy mounting signs for an upcoming pep rally,
"I told you so, Westcm Hills," remarks Beckie slyly.
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MR. AND MISS AHHS
Finalists Show utstanding Leadership
jan Birdwell, a two year member
of Spirit of the Hill, was a cheerlead-
er this year. Young Life and drama
were among her main interests, and
she worked in Footlight Players last
Also a two year member of SOH
and an alternate cheerleader this year,
Debby Morris was last yearls junior
favorite. She was a three year member
of AY and was active in Young Life.
Vice-president of the Senior Class,
Mike Reed was a National Merit
Semi-Finalist. As a junior Mike was a
member of the junior varsity baseball
team. His other activities included
Young Life and electronics for which
he won the Panasonic Engineering
Award last year.
Another cheerleader, Alan Fried-
man, heads up the Student Councilis
promotions committee. Alan played
for two years on the tennis team and
enjoyed coon hunting, and snow and
water skiing. Alan was also an active
participant in Young Life, and an
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SENIOR FAVORITE: DEBBY MORRIS SENIOR FAVORITE: SKIPPY MERRILL
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Debby Morris and Skippy Merrill were
chosen as the senior favorites for 1971-72,
with Tera Mansker and Mike Reed as the
Debby, a cheerleader this year, was a
two year member of Spirit of the Hill and
class favorite her junior year. Allied Youth
and Young Life were among her extra cur-
Skippy, an athletics enthusiast, was ac-
tive in football and track. He also scuba
dives and is involved in karate training.
Tera, a three year Yellow jacket staffer
and student councilman was a one year
member of Spirit of the Hill. Serving as
secretary of American Field Service, she
was also a three year member of National
Honor Society. Ballet, swimming, and
Young Life take up Tera's spare time.
Mike, an honoree of the National
Honor Society, was a finalist in the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship program. Also in-
cluding Young Life in his activities, Mike
was a one year member of the baseball
team and enjoys bicycle riding.
Superior Academic Performance Cited
Honored by receiving the Daughters
of the American Revolution award,
Kathe Ambrose was chosen on the
basis of leadership, dependability, ser-
vice, and patriotism. A member of
the National Honor Society and re-
cipient of a National Merit letter of
Commendation, Kathe served as co-
editor of the Yellaw jacket and class
club editor of the jacket jqamal.
Altrusa awardee in her junior year,
Holly Livingston received this honor
based on career interest, leadership,
scholarship, and school service. A
group of Heights teachers voted on
the junior girl to receive the token
charm and certificate, given by the
Altrusa Club. Holly was a member of
National Honor Society for three
years and a co-editor of one of the
most widely read government news-
papers published at A.H.H.S., THE
National Merit Scholarship Final-
ists included four Arlington Heights
1972 seniors. '
Chuck Lievrouw was voted to
Whois Who Among American High
School Students. He was a member of
NHS three years and was on the jack-
et journal two years, also receiving
membership in Quill and Scroll.
Founder of an Explorer Post, the
Eagle Scout participated in a Goodfel-
low distribution of Christmas gifts.
Mike Walker was a Debate Club
and AHHS band member two years.
,He was also in the National Honor
Society and on the honor roll three-
years. Scientific interest led to Mike
taking second place in the Fort
Worth Regional Science Fair in 1970.
Football, basketball, and baseball
manager Elbert Kennedy did radio
broadcasts and newspaper stories for
Heights games and worked on the
jacket journal and Yellow jacket sports
staffs. As a senior, "Bud', served as
Student Council Coordinations Com-
mittee chairman, and was a member
of Spirit of the Hill.
Panasonic Award semifinalist Mike
Reed was a member of the National
Honor Society and on the honor roll
three years. He was a lab assistant to
biology teacher Mrs. Lucy Belt. Mike
was elected as vice-president of the
senior class and became a senior fa-
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NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: CHUCK
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: ELBERT
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: MIKE WALKER
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: MIKE REED
Three Acknowledged for Musical Study
An 11 year student of ballet, Kay Prud'homme did part
time teaching of the dance for her instructor, Mrs. Margo
Dean. She performed with the Fort Worth Opera Ballet in
1969, and traveled to New York City to study at the School
of American Ballet. Last summer, she became a member of
the Banff Festival Ballet Company while dancing in Banff,
Heights chorus member Frankie Misso would like to go
into the recording field. She sang for the rock opera "Or"
as a junior. Winner of the All City Soloist Contest, Frankie
was a member of the Fort Worth Opera Association and
often sang at weddings and church services.
George D'Ascenzo, cellist, taught himself to play the in-
strument. Member of the All-State Orchestra and the All-
Regional Orchestra two years, he was president of the jun-
ior Euterpian Club of Fort Worth. George spent four years
in the Youth Orchestra of Greater Fort Worth.
BALLET PERFORMER: KAY PRUD'HOMME
CELLIST: GEORGE DlASCENZO
ADVANCED VOCALIST: FRANKIE MISSO
OUTSTANDING ROTC CADET: ROGER HARMAN
HONORS ART STUDENT: TED GARDELINE
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Named Young Texan of February by the Downtown
Optimist Club, Roger Harman was given the distinction of
the title of ROTC Outstanding First-Year Cadet in the
city. The commanding general of the fourth U.S. Army
area presented him with the junior Superior Cadet Citation
Award. An All-City Brigade executive officer and member
of the AHHS research group, Roger won in the 1969 Fort
Worth Regional Science Fair.
Teddy Gardeline, three year art student at Heights, was
an outstanding member of the honors art program. Exhib-
iting his portfolios each year in the Fort Worth Secondary
Schools Art Show, he won a third place and eight honor-
able mentions. Ted did commerical work and sold some of
Involved in two publication staffs, D'Anne Derdeyn
served as editor of the jackel journal and layout editor of
the Impressions magazine. D,Anne was an active member of
American Field Service and the Student Council, in addition
to receiving membership in Quill and Scroll for two years.
JACKET ,JOURNAL EDITOR: D'ANNE DERDEYN
Juniors, Seniors Claim Mostest Titles
From a list of 95 nominees, 6 stu-
dents were selected as winners of the
annual Mostest contest. They were
chosen from the categories of Most
Athletic, Most Friendly, and Most
Two juniors, Allison Kerr and
Mark Julian were elected Most Ath-
letic. Allison was a member of Spirit
of the Hill, a favorite finalist, and
served as captain of the swim team.
Letterman on the varsity football
team the past two years, he has also
lettered in baseball and track. Final-
ists included -Iuan Becera, Cindy
Most Friendly winners were Anne
Szablowski, junior, and Carlos
Bethencourt, senior. Two year cheer-
leader, Anne was elected favorite
both her sophomore and junior years.
Carlos, foreign exchange student
from Venezuela, was this year's sen-
ior Howdy King. He served as a
member of the swim team and SOH.
Among the finalists were Tommy
Mercer, Debby Morris, Peggy Stock-
er, and Bob Ware.
Elected to the title of Most Studi-
ous were julie Fields and Mike Reed,
seniors. julieis activities included
being co-editor of the Impression: and
news editor for the jacketjoumal She
also served as president of American
Field Service, having housed two -ex-
change students in the past. She was
also a member of National Honor So-
ciety. A National Merit Scholarship
finalist and NHS member, Mike was
chosen senior class vice-president. He
also played baseball and was a favor-
ite finalist this year. D'Anne
Derdeyn, Buster Hawthorne, Tav
Holmes, and Elbert Kennedy were fi-
MOST STUDIOUS: JULIE FIELDS and MIKE REED
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Chopin, Tagao' Claim Most Talented
AY held its annual Mostest Con-
test February 17 to choose the Most
Talented, Beautiful, and Handsome
students at Heights. The winners in
the Most Talented category were Pat
Copenhaver and Rusty Cutchin. The
Most Beautiful and Most Handsome
winners were jan Birdwell and Ted
Pat, a piano student for six years,
played "Fantaisie Impromptuv by
Chopin to capture the title of most
talented. She has received many
awards for her ability, including a
"superior" rating in the Music Teach-
ers Association Recital. She has also
played in the National junior Music
Festival and the Fort Worth Teachers
Eight years of playing guitar pre-
pared Rusty for winning Most Tal-
ented boy at Heights. He has played
in several musical groups, including
Q'Shadey" this year. At the Mostest
contest, Rusty played "Pagao" by jose
Interested in art, Ted was a three
year aft student at Heights and does
commercial art work. He participated
each year in the Fort Worth Second-
ary Schools Art Show, and he also
sells his paintings.
jan is no stranger to beauty pag-
eants as she was third runner up in
the Miss Teenage Fort Worth Con-
test. jan, a senior cheerleader, was
also a finalist for Miss AHHS.
MOST TALENTED: RUSTY CUTCHIN and PAT COPENHAVER
MOST BEAUTIFUL: .IAN BIRDWELL MOST HANDSOME: TED GARDELINE
Who's Who Honors Fourteen Seniors
Chosen on the basis of their scho-
lastic abilities, leadership qualities,
and contributions to the school, were
eight girls and six boys for the honor
of Whois Who. The students were
selected by the faculty and were re-
quired to have no academic grade
below C and an E average in cit-
Jon Wise represented his home-
room on the Student Council and was
a member of Allied Youth all three
of his years at Heights. He worked as
a basketball team manager and during
the year was active in Spirit of the
Karen Davenport served as a
homeroom officer and was an officer
of DE. A member of National Honor
Society for three years, she served as
Student Council treasurer her junior
Elected to preside as Student Coun-
cil president and honored by the stu-
dent body with the title of Mr.
AHHS, George Montague was a
cheerleader for one year and in Spirit
of the Hill one year. He served as
Vice-President of the SC his junior
year and was active in Young Life.
WHO'S WHO: ,ION WISE and KAREN DAVENPORT
WHO: GEORGE MONTAGUE
Teachers Select Debby, Elbert, Kathe
Yellew jacket co-editor Kathe Am-
brose helped control policy for two
years as a member of the Communi-
cations Committee. Winner of the
DAR award, Kathe served as hospita-
lity chairman during her third year on
the Student Council. She spent two
years in Spirit of the Hill and worked
one year on jacket journal and Impres-
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National Merit Finalist Elbert
Kennedy managed football, basket-
ball, and baseball teams. Working for
two years as jacket journal sports edi-
tor, "Bud" also helped organize the
Yellow jacket sports pages. A Most
Studious finalist, he was councilman-
at-large for the Student Council his
Senior cheerleader Debby Morris
attained the titles of junior and senior
favorite. She was a finalist for Most
Friendly, and twice was elected to
Spirit of the Hill. Debby, a member
of Stripling's Teen Board, was inter-
ested in Young Life, Allied Youth,
WHO'S WHO: ELBERT KENNEDY and DEBBY MORRIS
WHO'S WHO: ALAN FRIEDMAN
Cheerleaders Rewarded for Leadership
A member of the Heights tennis
team for two years, Alan was a cheer-
leader for three years and a member
of the Student Council Executive
Board. He was also a finalist for Mr.
AHHS. In his spare time, Alan partic-
ipated in Young Life and Cam-
paigners. Alan is interested in pho-
tography and makes his own movies.
jan, a senior cheerleader, was also
a finalist for Miss AHHS. She be-
longed to Tri-Hi-Y Sigma Phi
Omega and was a two year member
of both Spirit of the Hill and Nation-
al Honor Society. Interested in acting,
-Ian played Helen Keller in "The Mir-
acle Workerf' a drama class produc-
tion. She also portrayed Saint ,Ioan of
Arc to win third runner-up in the
Miss Teenage Fort Worth Contest.
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Involvement Inoites Faculty Response
Three year cheerleader Beckie Ray
was honored by the student body
many times, as she was elected sopho-
more favorite, Howdy Queen, and
Miss AI-IHS. She was chosen by the
football team as their queen and
served on the Student Council three
Verne Garrison, Yellow jacket co-
editor, was a two year jackei journal
staffer and literary editor of the Im-
presxiom magazine. A member of Spir-
it of the Hill and very active in
Young Life, he was selected as host
for American Field Service exchange
student Carlos Bethencourt.
President of Spirit of the Hill, 5
Donna Self was a member of the club
two years. She served as Student
Council and Senior Class secretary,
and was also on the Communications
Committee two years.
Karen Edwards, a National Honor
Society member for three years, was H
selected Student Council representa-
tive for her homeroom. She served as
co-editor of the senior section of the
'72 Yellow jacket.
Taking an active role in the publi-
cations departments, Tav Holmes
worked as copy editor on both the
Yellow jacket and Impressions staffs and
served as feature editor for the jacket
journal She was also chosen as a
member of the National Honor Soci-
ety, served on the Student Council
Executive Board and the Senior Steer-
ing Committee, and worked with
jose Nunez, an Eagle Scout and
treasurer for Explorer Post 425, is
very interested in outdoor activities
such as camping, climbing, and aquat-
ics. He is involved in church activities
and enjoys playing the guitar.
WHO'S WHO: BECKIE RAY and VERNE GARRISON
WHO'S WHO: TAV HOLMES and JOSE NUNEZ
WHO'S WHO: KAREN EDWARDS and
nderwood Heads 972 Senior Planners
The Senior Class of 1972 elected
its officers on january 6. Their duties
included financing and planning sen-
ior activities, selecting graduation in-
vitations, and working with Vice
Principal Ray Dyche and the Steering
Art Underwood, president, was a
one-year member of Spirit of the
Hill, a copy editor for the Yellow
jacket, and served on the Student
Mike Reed, vice president, was
honored by becoming a National
Merit Scholarship semi-finalist.
Donna Self, secretary, served as
Student Council secretary, Spirit of
the Hill president, and worked with
the Communications Committee.
Ann McKay, treasurer, was elected
to Spirit of the Hill and the Student
Council. A member of the National
Honor Society, she was on the Impres-
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SOH, 3 yrs., SC, 5 yrs.g AV, 2 yrs.g NHS,
WILUAM DURHAM AGUREN
MARION -IANICE AIRHART
FHA, 5 yrs.
MICHAEL JOE ALBEE
Band, 5 yrs.g FPI, 3 yrs,
i ALLISON ALDRICH
g RICKY M. ALLEN
JJ, 1 yr-
-IOHN A. ALMAGUER
r ROTC, 2 yrs., DRT, 1 yr.
NANCY KAY ALTARAS
AY, 3 yrs., FPL, 1 yr., FSA, 1 yr., FHA, 1
KATHE BELL AMBROSE
YJ, 3 yrs,, Co-Editor, SOH, 2 yrs., SC, 3
yrs., Communications Committee, 2 yrs.
JOHN FRANK AMMONS
Baseball, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr.
THOMAS REX ANABLE
Young Republicans, 3 yrs., ROTC, 3 yrs.,
FPL, 2 yrs., Chess Club, 2 yrs.
CATHERINE CELESTE ANDREW
FPL, 3 yrs., FHA, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yrs., Sigma PHI Omega, 2 yrs.,
FSA, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs.
MELISSA JANN ARMSTRONG
Impressiom, Art Ecliror.
' KIM AUTRY
Band, 3 yrs., Ice Hockey, 3 yrs.
i NAN AYRES
N Tennis Team, 2 yrs., NHS, 2 yrs., Imra-
' murals, 1 yr., Volleyball Team, 2 yrs,
Track, AY, 1 yr,
DAVID MICHAEL BAILEY
i Football, 2 yrs., Baseball, 3 yrs., AY, 1
yr., jj, 2 yrs.
YCF, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., Baseball, 3 yrs.
I AY, 1 yr,
3 YCF, 1
Art Underwood, senior class president, gives a philosophical orarion
Chorus, 6 yrs.g NHS, 1 yr., SC, 2 yrs.
Honor Roll, 2 yrs.
FHA, 1 yr., AY 1 yr., SC, 1 yr., H.R. Of
Spring Plays Highlight Dramatics Class
"The Miracle Worker" and "The
Glass Menagerie" were presented by
drama classes under the direction of
Mrs. Rosemary Burton.
"The Miracle Workerii was pro-
duced in February. David Washburn
was narrator and Helen Keller was
played by jan Birdwell and Marion
Capers. Ann Sullivan was portrayed
by Paula Sheppard and Jeannine Phil-
lips. Peggy Price and Helen Brown
played Mrs. Keller and the part of
jimmy was performed by Bob
Rominger. Helen McGlynn and Pat
Copenhaver were cast in the role of
The only singly cast parts were
Theron Hale as Mr. Keller and
Roosevelt Sutton as Mr. Aganes,
i'The Glass Menageriel' was per-
formed in mid-March. ,Iac Robertson
was cast in the role of Tom, with Liz
McGlohen playing his mother,
Amanda. Rick Cooper was jim, the
The reflecting double casts for "The Miracle Worker" are, left: Peggy Price, Bob Rominger, Paula Sheppard, and jan Birdwell
right: Ricky Phillips, Amy Brown, Jeannine Phillips, and Marian Capers.
EDWARDO DANIEL BERMUDEZ l
Choir, 3 yrs., SC, l yr.g Track, 1 yr.
Choms, 3 yrs.
Portraying Amanda and Tom in "The Glass Menagerie" are Liz McGIohen and ,Iac Robertson.
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Senior Ingenuity akes Learning Fun
FHA, 2 yrs.
Football, 2 yrs., Country Day, Soccer, 1
yr., Country Day.
ROTC Sponsor, 1 yr., OEA, 1 yr,
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., YR, 1
Tennis, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs,, SC, 1 yr., YL,
BOBBYE GAY BREWER
OEA, I yr., FHA, 1 yr,
GARY JOHN BRIGNAC
ROBERT K. BROOKS
SC, HR Officer, AY, 2 yrs., YL, 3 yrs.,
FHA, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs.
CHARLES DAVID BUCKALEW
Football, 3 yrs., Basketball, 1 yr., AY, l
yr., YL, 2 yts.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., HR Officer.
LINDA SUSAN BUSSEY
SC, 2 yrs., AY, 5 yrs., YL, NHS, 2 yrs.
DE, I yt.
JANET MARIE BYRD
Office Asst., 1 yr., FHA, 2 yrs.
Rusty Cutchin as Hamlet, looks lovingly at Ophelia, Julie Fields.
MARK EDWARD CALLAN
Track, 3 yrs., Cross Country, 5 Yrs., SC,
Football, 1 yr., Basketball, 5 yrs., Soph.
I and jr. Favorite, SC, I yr.
I SOH, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., HR Officer, SC.
MARIAN PATRICIA CAPERS
1 AY, 1 yr., FP1, 1 yr., I-IR Officer.
Football, 2 yrs., Track, 2 yrs., jj, 1 YI.,
SC, I yr.
AY, 1 yr.
DAVID DANIEL CARRIZALES
Baseball Mgr., 1 yr.
LOBYN LARUE CARTER
Cheerleader, 2 yrs., SOH, 1 yr., AY, 2
AYNE LAROY CASH
, NHS, 2 yrs., Baseball, 1 yr., Best Dressed
',Ir., Como, Vice-President of jr. Class,
GEORGE CASTRO, JR.
Golf Team, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr.
Football, 2 yrs., Track, 1 yr.
Baseball, 5 yrs.
OEA, 1 yr., Secretary, AY, 1 yr.
ROY DALE CHARLES
Band, 3 yrs.
JA, 2 yrs.,, AY, 1 yr., FHA, Z yrs., ROTC
Sponsor, 1 yr.
ONNIE LEE CHESLEY
AY, 2 yrs., AFS, 1 yr., NHS, 2 yrs.,-U.
Scnior Randy Stegall sercnades advanced Spanish classes in aurhentic "South of the
Como Exes Assume New Roles on H1ll
Several new students were added to
Heights, senior class this year with
the closing of Como Senior High
School. Involved in student govern-
ment and sports activities, these trans-
fer students proved an asset to the
Special elections were held for
them early in the year for places on
the Student Council, Spirit of the
Hill and cheerleading squad. Spirit re-
ceived a big boost from their support
and participation. Art Keith Wil-
liams, senior, was one of the new
cheerleaders and Marilyn Beasley,
also a senior, was a member of the ,72
Homecoming Court. Leonard
Thompson and Kenneth "Snowball"
jones added their support to pep
rallies by leading the student body in
TERRY L. CLEMENTS
Honors Art, 5 yrs.
Football, 2 yrs.
DONALD E. COFFEY
Intin Club, 3 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., Tennis, 1
yr,g Debate Team, 3 yrs.
DECA, i yr.
Sigma Phi Omega, 1 yr., OEA
FRANK STEVEN CLEGG
AY, 1 yr., DECA, 1 yr.
NHS, 3 yrs.
"If we don't tell, no one will know we've been practicing this for months' advises
Milton Robinson to his sister Olean at an AY dance.
Leonard Thompson and Kenneth jones lead cheers in pep rally.
VICKI DIANE CREASY
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr.
DANIEL SULLIVAN CRISWELL
Swim Team, 3 yrs., Captain, 1 yr., AY, 1
yr., FP1, I yr.
HR Officer, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs,, SC, 1 yr
CHARLES EDWARD CUMMINS
AY, 1 yr.
STEVEN ROBERT CUPPS
Football, 3 yrs., NHS, 1 yr.
CHARLA GAY CURTIS
AY, 3 yrs., FFA, 3 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., Dou-
ble Sextet, 1 yr.
RUSSELL KENT CUTCHIN
HR President, 3 yrs., Football, 2 yrs., Im-
ffEUi0flI Staff, Basketball, 1 yr.
ELIZABETH ANNE DARLING
SC Executive Board, NHS, 3 yrs., AY,
yrs., AFS, 2 yrs.
Orch., 5 yrs., Asst, Director, 1 yr., "A
Band, 1 yr., Stage Band, 2 yrs,
KAREN BETH DAVENPORT
SC Treasurer, 1 yr., HR Officer, 3 yrs.,
AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs,
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., DECA, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., Decorations Comm., 1 yr.,
Communications Comm., 1 yr.
Football, 3 yrs., Basketball, 3 yrs., Cle-
burn, Tex., Football, 1 yr.
JOHN W. COOK
ALAN STEPHEN COOPER
Chairman of Elections Comm., 2 yrs.,
YL, AY, 3 yrs., SC.
MAJEL ANN COOPER
AFS, jj, AY, 2 yrs., ACC.
KATEVA I-IUTCHINSON COPE
SOH, 2 yrs., AY, 5 yrs., SC, 1 yr., NHS,
Science Research Group, 2 yrs., Swim
Team, SC, FPI,
LADONNA CAROL DENNIS
AY, 2 yrs., YR, 1 yr., SOH, 1 yt,
ROGER EUGENE DENTON
Band, 5 yrs., Orch., 2 yrs., Drum Major,
l yr., Stage Band, 3 yrs.
jj, 2 yrs., Editor, Impreuiom, 1 yr., Layout
Editor, SCQ NHS.
FP1, 1 yr., Sigma Phi Omega, 1 yr., AY
CLARE MARTE DISNEY
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., NHS, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., Intramural Basket-
ball, 1 yr.
FHA, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., Sigma Phi Omega
AY, 1 yr.
BRUCE E. DRESNER
FP1, 1 yr.
Lab Plays Major Roll in Science Skills
. , , g ,4,A,,s.
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Lloyd Sims, Senior, weighs out on a balance beam scale the amount of a chemical called for in his lab manual to
correctly complete an assignment made in his chemistry class.
-JEFFREY THOMAS DUNN
AFS, 1 yr.g Red Cross, 3 yrs., -IA, 2 3
Choms, 1 vt.
BILLY JACK EATON
KAREN JOY EDWARDS
SC, 5 yts,g Yj, 1 yr., HR Officer, 3 yrs.,
NHS, 5 yrs.
Senior Mark Sanford sets up apparatus in biology lab for the purpose of experimenting with the growth of cul-
AY, 2 yrs., SC, 5 yrs., Sigma Phi Omega,
3 yrs., jj, 1 yr.
MICHAEL CHARLES EPPERSON
Swim Team, 5 yrs., All-State Relay, 1970.
FHA, 1 yr,
Football, 3 yrs., Track, 3 yrs., "A" Club
CATHARINE LEE FARMER
VOE, 1 yr., OEA, 1 yr.
AY, 5 yrs., Golf Team, 1 yr., NHS, 2
yrs., YCF, 1 yr.
WYATT HEDRICK FENDER
SOI-I, 1 yt., Basketball, 1 yr., lmpreuinm
Staff, 1 yr.
Baseball, 5 yrs,
JULIA ELIZABETH FIELDS
lmpmriaru, Co-Editor, jj, 1 yr., AFS, 3
yrs., Co-President, 1 yr.
DIANN S. FINCEL
GIC, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs,g FHA, 1 yr.
DE Trades Classroom for Employment
Preparation for future in the business and social worlds,
and the opportunity to learn of the obligations one has to
a community were the main objectives of Distributive Edu-
cation Clubs of America.
Employed in different areas of service, the participating
students were required to maintain a part time job for an
entire school year in a vocation associated with DE.
A routine day included a half day of regular classes,
along with a DE class period at school, taught by Mrs. jac-
queline Frazer, and a few hours at various jobs.
Requirements for admission into the DE program in-
cluded an "An average in citizenship, no grade below "CH,
and placement as a junior or senior.
FHA, 2 yrs.
CHRISTINA ANN FORRESTER
Intramural Volleyball, 1 yr,
jrH, 1 yr., Research Group, 2 yrs., Sum
mer Research Group, 1 yr.
KATHERINE ANN FOWLER
AY, 2 yrs., AFS, 1 yr., FPI, 2 yrs., Honors
Chorus, 1 yr.
SC Execurive Board, Cheerleader, 3 yrs.,
Tennis, 2 yrs., YI..
Basketball, 1 yr., Baseball, 3 yrs., USO, I
MIKE P. I-'RYE
Football, 5 yrs., "A" Club, I yr.
LARRY W. FULLER
SOH, 3 yrs., Rodeo Club, 2 yrs,,,I-I, I yr.
YI., 3 yrs.
DECA, 1 yr.
YCF, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., -U, 2
TED -I. GARDELINE
YCF, I yr., AY, NHS, Intramural Foot-
jj, SOH, AY.
VERNE GARRISON II
Y-I, 3 yrs., Co-Editorgj-I, 2 yrs., News Edi
ror, Impm.rinm,' YI., 3 yrs.
Senior DE student Brian Verrer pulls sample coats from a rack for a customer in
the womcn's departmenr at Nieman's.
ROTC, 5 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., Swim Team, 1
yr., Drill Team, 5 yrs.
JACKIE LEE HALE
German Club, 1 yr., JJ Representative.
KATHY ANNE HAMM
SC, 3 yrs., SOI-I, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., YL, 5
Track, 1 yr., Football, 1 yr., Basketball, 1
AY, 2 yrs.
CONNIE JO HARLAND
ROGER DUANE HARMAN
Science Research Group, 1 yr., ROTC, 5
yrs., Rifle Team, 5 yrs., All City Brigade
Staff, 1 yr.
CHRISTINE KAY HARPER
JACK BULLE'I'I' HARRIS, JR.
FHA, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yrs.
ALISON ELIZABETH GRAY
NHS, 1 yr., Choms, 2 yrs., DECA, l yr.,
Fon Vlorth Youth Chorale, 1 yr.
MARY LEE GRAY
AY, 1 yr., Kappa Chi-Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrsx
FHA, 2 yrs., DECA, 1 yr.
GLEN HOWARD GIBSON
Baseball, 5 yrs., Athletic Code Comm., 1
yr., Intramurals, 3 yrs.
PAMELA EVONNE GIBSON
AY, 2 yrs., lmprwiaru Staff.
PAUL JOHN GILLESPIE
AY, 5 yrs.
GEORGE H. GILLIGAN
Football, Z yrs., Track, 2 yrs., "A" Club,
OFELIA CARMEN GONZALES
GARY STEVEN GREEN
Football, 2 yrs., Track, 2 yrs.
DEBORAH SUZANNE GRIGGS
NHS, 5 yrs., Band, 5 yrs., YCF, 1 yr.,
Dcan's Asst., 5 yrs.
NANCY BEA HARRIS
FHA, 2 yrs.
Track, 2 yrs.
ROBERT KEVIN HAYES
FP1, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.
Band, 4 yrs., Chorus, 5 yrs., Drama Club,
3 yrs., AFS, 1 yr.
YJ, 1 yr., JJ, 2 yrs., lmpreuiom Staff, 1
yr., Co-Editor, SC, 2 yrs.
JAMES MICHAEL HEIT
Football, 3 yrs., Track, 1 yr,g AY, 1 yr.,
YJ, 2 yrs.
AY, 1 yr., FTA, 2 yrs.
DECA, 2 yrs.
DONNA KAYE I-IICKMAN
OEA, l yr.
LESLIE MELISSA HILLAKER
SC, 1 yr., HR Officer, 1 yr., FPI, Z yrs., ,
German Club, 1 yr,
JOSEPH HINDS '
Band, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr.
' ALAN HOBBS
CHARLES SCOTT HOERA
AY. 2 yrs.: Golf Team, 3 yrs.: YL,
MARY TAVENER HOLMES I
YJ, 1 yr., JJ, 2 yrs., SC, 3 yrs., YL.
AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 1 yr., lmprmiom Staff,
1 yr., Honors Chorus.
JAMES HOPPER .
Football, 1 yr. l
Football, 5 yrs., Basketball, 1 yr., Track,
1 yr., USO, 2 yrs.
KENNETH EARL HORN l
Basketball, 2 yrs., USO, 1 yr. 1
MELODY JUNE HORTON I
AY, 2 yrs., OEA. l
RICHARD A. HOUSER
Football, 1 yr.
JANICE ADAIR HUFF l
FTA, 3 yrs., President, FHA, 1 yr,g AFS,
1 yr., office Asst. 1 yr.
DECA, l yr. l
MARTA IRVINE I
Sigma Phi Omega, 3 yrs, President, 1 yr., l
AY, 3 yrs., SC, 1 yr., NHS, 3 yrs. 1
JAN IVY '
AY, 5 yrs., FPI, 1 yr., Tri-Hi-Y 2 yrs.,
1 President, 1 yr.
Senior Learns a Grammar School id
NHS, 1 yr., Swim Team, 1
Working as an elementary tcacher's aid, Diane Fincel prepares rapes for first graders.
DAVID RUSSELL JACOBS
Golf, 2 yrs., Baseball, 2 yrs, AY, 1 yr.,
HOLLIS KAY JAMES
ROYCE LEE JAMES
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr.
Kappa Chi, Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs., FI-IA, 2 yrs.
WILLIAM EDMUND JARY III
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., YL.
MRS. HARRIET JENKINS
GAIL COLLEEN JENSON
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr.
ROBERT LEE JETTON
IRMA J. JOHNSON
SOI-I, 1 yr., Speech Club, 1 yr.
LINDA DIANE JOHNSON
MARY MARLENE JOHNSON
AY, 2 yrs., NI-IS, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., French Club, Ar-
lington, 1 yr., SC, Arlington, 1 yr.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, I yr,g Golf Team, 2 yrs.,
Basketball, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs.g Impm.rioru,'
ath Course Teaches CNeW Language'
Computer math, a senior course,
taught students a new language, mne-
monics, on a Friden 5610 computer.
, , EDDIE JONES
The course, under the supervision of MARK ALAN JONES
Mr, Arthur Tave, taught the basics of izsfballf 3 Yfsei SCS AY, 1 YN SCH, 2
a computer and how to program
problems. Students set up the com-
puter by working problems with it
and future problems were solved on
the basis of these originals.
Early graduates Nancy Hargrove and Barbara Brechel utilize the skills they learned in computer math to type programed instructions for the school computer,
WILLIAM WOODROW KEETON
Golf Team, 3 yrs,g YL, 5 yrs.
SHELLIE KAY KELLERMAN
AY, 3 yrs.g FHA, 1 yt.
JUNE LEE KELLEY
AY, 2 yrs,
Office Asst., 1 yt.
AY, 5 yrs., FPl, 2 yrs., Intramurals, 2 yrs.,
AFS, 2 yrs.
JO ANN LEE
Intramurals, 2 yrs., jrH, 1 yr., Sigma Phi
Omega, 1 yr.
NANCY LOUISE LEONARD
SC, 5 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., lmprerriorrg' YL.
jj, 2 yrs., NMS Semi-Finalist, Quill and
Scroll, NHS, 2 yrs.
ROBERT ARMSTRONG LINDSAY
Cheerleader, 2 yrs., Golf Team, 1 yr., In-
tramural Football, 2 yrs.
HOLLY MEGAN LIVINGSTON
AY, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., FP1, 2 yrs., Altrusa
Award, jr. yr.
LAURA JANE LOBRECHT
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr.
HERBERT ALLEN LUTZ
Football, 5 yrs., Orch., 2 yrs., AFS, 1 yr.,
Honors History, 1 yr.
MILO JENNINGS MAHAN, JR.
Track, 2 yrs., Cheerleader, 1 yr., Intramu-
ral Football, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., Swim Team, 2 yrs., SC, 2 yrs.
MOLLY FAYE KELLY
GLORIA FAYE KIMBROUGH
AY, 1 yt., Choms, 2 yrs.
ELBERT ELMER KENNEDY
NMS Finalist, Sports Informations, 3 yrs.,
Ietterman, Fort Worth United High
School Council, 1 yt., SOH, 1 yt.
KIRK ODAY KILGORE
Science Research Group, 2 yrs., Golf
Team, 1 yr., Lab Asst., 2 yrs.
KAREN ELIZABETH KING
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., YL, 5
GARY ALAN KOLLMEIER
Chorus, 4 yrs., FHA, 1 yr.
JAMES EDWARD KRAUSE
Band, 3 yrs., Dnim Major, 1 yr.
MARY FRANCES KRAUTER
NHS, 3 yrs.
DAVID KEITH KRIEGER
SHARON KATHERINE KURK
NHS, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., FPl, 1 yr.
-JOHN HAROLD MALONE
LYNETTE ELIZABETH MANN
Chorus, 1 yr., ACC, 2 yrs.
TERA IRENE MANSKER
YJ, 5 yrs., SC, 3 yrs.g SOH, 1 yr., NHS, 3
DEBRA LOUISE MARTIN
AY, 1 yr.
KENNETH WAYNE MARTIN
Versatility Characterizes Government
Senior government classes worked
under contract this year. Students vis-
ited meetings of the City Council, the
School Board, and the City Planning
Commission along with trips to court
and government meetings.
Panel discussions were held cov-
ering such topics as pollution and
over population. Letters to senators,
representatives, and! or newspaper ed-
itors were also part of the contract re-
The classes of Mrs. Betty Quimby
and Mrs. jean Mitchell took a field
trip to the Civil Courts Building to
learn the basics of court proceedings.
Government II classes concen-
trated on state level politics. During
the winter, students had five guest
speakers and took a tour of the new
City Hall. In the spring, a mock elec-
tion was held.
In a splurge of scnsarionalism, seniors Donna Self, Karen King, Kathy Harrell, Kathy Shelton draw attention to their govem-
mcnt debate by dressing according to styles from decades past.
YL, AY, 2 yrs., YCF, l yr.
MARK HEMPHILL MATHISEN
AY, 2 yrs., Intramural Basketball, 1 yr.,
AFS, 1 yr.g Swim Team, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., FP1, 1 yr.
WILUAM D. MCCANN
Track, 3 yrs., Cross-Country, 5 yrs,
Track, 1 yr., Cross Country, 2 yrs., AY, 2
Chorus, I yr.
SC, 2 yrs., SOH, 1 yr., jj, AY, 2 yrs.
NHS, 5 yrs., Volleyball Team, 2 yrs., AY,
3 yrs., DECA, 1 yr.
ELIZABETH ANNE MCGLOHEN
-U, 1 yr., FP1, 1 yr.
GEORGE BACON MONTAGUE
Alt. Cheerleader, 1 yr., SOH, 1 yr., SC,
Vice President, 1 yr., President, 1 yr., YL,
GINNY C. MONTANIO
Chorus, 3 yrs, FPI, 1 yr., FFA, 1 yr.,
FHA, 1 yr,
H. ALAN MONTGOMERY
Band, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., GIC, 2 yrs.
MICHAEL JOE MOORE
YJ, 2 yrs, YL, 2 yrs., Swim Team, 3 yrs.,
AY, 2 yrs.
Senior Play, 1 yr.
HELEN KATHLEEN MCGLYNN
AY, 2 yrsrs YCF, 1 yr.: FP1, 1 yr,, NHS,
AY, 2 yrs,g Rodeo Club, 2 yrs.
ZO ANN MCKAY
SCH, 1 Y!-9 NHS, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., Impres-
JAMES MAURICE McKEE
Football Mgr., 1 yr.
WILLIAM P. MCKENZIE
SOH, 2 VISA: SC, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., Intra-
MELANIE FAY McLAREN
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, I yr., NHS, 1 yr,
LARRY DONALD MCMAHAN
AY, 1 yr., Swim Team, 2 yrs.
MARSHA PAGE MCMAHAN
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr., CvIC, 2
AY, 1 yr., Office Asst., 1 yr.
Football, 3 yrs., Track, 1 yr.
Track, 1 yr.
MARSHA ELLEN MILLER
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr.
FRANKIE RENEA MISSO
Honors Choir, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., All City
Soloist, 1 yr., Youth Chorale, 1 yr.
JERRE ANN MISUK
NHS, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., FSA, 2 yrs,
AY, 3 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr., Red
Cross, 3 yrs.
E - .. . .IL
Govemment students Karen Edwards, Denese Adams and Jimmy Heir listen in-
tently to speakers at a city council meeting.
Brick Window drummer David Bailey plays at the first AY dance,
SUSAN KAY MOSER
Sigma Phi Omega, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., jj
Rep., 1 yr., FP1, 2 yrs.
Football, 2 yrs., "A" Club, I yr.
SUSAN GAII. MUELLER
NHS, 2 yrs., GIC, 2 yrs., Girls Volleyball
Team, 1 yr., FP1, 2 yrs.
AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.
Football, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.,
AY, 1 yr.
AY, 2 yts.
FHA, 5 yrs.
Foreign Lang. Club, 1 yr., Drama Club, 1
yr., YJ. 1 yt.
AY, 2 yrs.:.U Rep., 1 yt.
Tennis Team, 5 yrs.g AY, 2 yrsgjj, 1 yr.,
FHA, 1 yr.
JOSE T. NUNEZ
AY, Lab Asst.
KATHRYN RUTH MORGAN
Band, 3 yrs., Featured Twirlerg -U, AY, 2
DEBORAH JEAN MORRIS
SOH, 2 yrs., Cheerleader, 1 yr., jr. Class
Favorite, AY, 5 yrs.
FHA, I yr., FTA, 1 yr.
Football, 3 yrs., "A" Club, 3 yrs,
Variou Field Hold Senior Interests
jan Birdwell, finalist in the Miss Teenage Fort
Worth Pageant, stands poised before the crowd at
thc Convention Center,
Tennis Team, 5 yrs,, AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1
yr., YL, 1 yr.
MARGARET ANN O'SHEA
FHA, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., FPI,
JAMES EDWARD OTTE
Basketball, 3 yrs., YL, 1 yr.
MICHAEL DAVID PALMER
Basketball, 1 yr., YL, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr.
MARIE ELISE PARSONS
Handbook Comm. 1 yr., FSA, 1 yr,, Presi-
dent, AY, 2 yrs., AFS, 1 yr,
Baseball, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr.
DEBRA JANICE PEARSON
AY, 3 yrs., FHA, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr.
FHA, 1 yr.
CAROL ANN PETERSON
AY, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., GIC, 2 yrs, NHS, 2
CARA BETH PHELAN
Band, 3 yrs., Orch., 2 yrs., All City and
All Regional Orchestra, 2 yrs.
AY, 1 yr.
Football, 1 yr., Letterman, Football, 2 yrs,
Rummcl High School, New Orleans.
SC, 2 yrs., HR President, 3 yrs., AY, 2
yrs., Impmrionr, 1 yr.
DARRELL W, POWELL
PAULA KAY PRESNELL
AY, 2 yrs,, YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr.
KAY ELEANOR PRUD'HOMME
AY, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., Tennis Team, 1 yr., YCF, 2 yr.
Gets Texas Flair
Carlos Bethencourt, AFS exchange student, came from
Caracas, Venezuela to attend Heights as a senior this year.
He lived at the home of his American brother, Verne Gar-
Carlos was elected senior Howdy King and was an hon-
orary Spirit of the Hill member. He served temporarily as
Band manager and was also on the Heights swim team.
Education here differed mainly in the method of subject
selection, and upon returning home, Carlos plans to attend
a public university and be a chemical engineer.
AY, 2 yrs, Football, 2 yrs.
Football, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs.
CHARLES DAVIDSON RATLIFF
Football, 1 yr., Basketball, 5 yrs., SOH, 1
yr., AY, 2 yrs., President, 1 yr.
Cheerleader, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Soph. Fa-
vorite, SC, 3 yrs.
MICHAEL JOSEPH REED
AY, 2 yrs., Baseball, 1 yr., NHS, 1 yr.,
AY, 1 yr., Rodeo Club, 2 yrs., NHS, 2
yrs., NHS, 2 yrs.
TOM REID JR.
AY, 2 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., FHA, 2 yrs.,
AFS, 3 yrs.
FHA, 5 yrs., Kappi-Chi-Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs.,
Red Cross, 2 yrs., OEA, 2 yrs.
AY, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr.
BARON E. RI'I'1'INER
SC, 2 yrs.
DAVID L. ROBINSON
MILTON FLOYD ROBINSON
Football, 3 yrs.
FHA, 1 yr.
Carlos lCharlieJ Berhencourr displays the smile that brought him many friends
CYNTHIA HOPE SCOGGINS
AY, 1 yr.
A Capella Choir, 2 yrs., Concert Choir, 1
yr., Experimental Music, l yr.
DONNA ELAINE SELF
SC, 3 yrs., Sec., 1 yr., SOH, 2 yrs., Presi-
dent, 1 yr., AY, 3 yrs, Communications
Comm., 2 yrs.
MARIA JEAN SHARP
AY, 3 yrs., FSA, 2 yrs., OEA, 1 yr., SC
SC, 5 yrs., Exec. Board, 1 yr., AY Exec,
Board, 3 yrs., YJ, 1 yr., Spanish Club, Z
AY, 2 yrs., AFS, 2 yrs.
DOUGLAS L. SHIPMAN
NHS, 1 yr.
Drama Club, Nurse Club.
CARL WAYNE SMITH
OLLIE BOB ROMINGER
SC, Teacher Asst., 3 yrs.
AY, 1 yr., Tri-I-Ii-Y, 1 yr.
DANA MICHELE RUNDELL
Debate Team, 2 yrs., GIC, 2 yrs., 'l'ri-Hi-
Y, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr.
Baseball, 3 yrs.
PAUL C. RYDELL
AY, 5 yrs., SOH, 2 yrs.
SUSAN K, SANDERS
NHS, 3 yrs., French Club, 2 yrs., HR Sec.
-Treas., 1 yr.
AY, 5 yrs., DECA.
MARK SAMUEL SANDFORD
NI-IS, 5 Yrs., SC, 1 yr., jrH, 1 yr.
SC, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., Teacher Asst., I yr.
Sigma Phi Omega, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs.,
YCF, l yr., EPI, 1 yr.
"That's what I get for cheating on my National
CARL E, SMOTHERS
MIRA ELAINE SNODGRASS
MARK THORNTON SNOW
Merit test!" cxclaims Mike Recd. '
SHARON MICAELA STALLINGS
AY, 3 yrs., Sigma Phi Omega, 1 yr., SC,
,IANA LYNN STANDEFER
ROTC Sponsor, 1 yr., Dcan's Asst., 3 yrs.
Football, 3 yrs., "A" Club, 3 yrs., AY, 1
YCF, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr.
yrs., Military Training Certificate, Certif-
MARTIN DAVID STEWART
Expressions Reflect Seniors' Attitudes i
yr., YL, 1 yr.
igma Phi Omega, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., SC,
yr., YL, 2 yrs.
Y WYNONE STANFIELD
BERT DAVID STAPLES
r., Rodeo Club, 1 yr.
OH, 1 yr.
ILLIAM KENT STEVENS
ROTC, 3 yrs., Superior Cadet Award, 5
icate of Education at Oxford Univ.
Track, 3 yrs., Football, 2 yrs., "A" Club,
Track, 3 yrs., "A" Club, 2 yrs., AY, 2
yrs., Rodeo Club.
"Hmm, lemon meringue, my favorite!" smacks gourmet john Ryan
KENNETH WAYNE STOKLEY
SUSAN TINA STRACK
AY, 3 yrs., FHA, 2 yrs., President,
DECA, 1 yr.g Counselor's Asst., 2 yrs.
AY, 2 yrs., Golf Tcam, 2 yrs.
TERESA LEE TALBOT
Tennis, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs.,
Counselor's Asst., 2 yrs.
JAMES E. TEEL II
LEE LUPTON TENNISON
4 - H
jj, 1 yr., Track, 2 yrs., SO
Swim Team, Orchestra.
YCF, 1 yr.,
, 2 yrs.g
AY, 3 yrs., Foorball, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs.
Judy Bcrry's got puckcr power to last hcr hour after hour.
' PATRICK VINCENT TOUCHON
Choms, 3 yrs.
FHA, 2 yrs,,jA, l yr.g Intramural Sports,
SANDRA LEA TRACY
AY, 2 yrs.
DECA, 1 yr.
Go1f'Tcam, Captain, AY, 2 yrs.
CHERYL LYNN TURNER
"A" Band, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr.
AY, 1 yr., FSA, 1 yr., Office Asst.
SOH, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr.g FHA,
ARCHIE MELVYN UNDERWOOD
Communications Comm., 1 yr., SOH, 1
yr., YJ, 1 yr., SC.
FHA, 1 yr.
BRIAN EDWARD VERRET
AY, 2 yrs., YL, 1 yr,g DECA, 1 yr., NHS,
BRUCE ALLEN VERRET
AY, 2 yrs., DECA, l yr., NHS.
Golf Team, 3 yrs., AY.
Golf Team, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs.
AY, 3 yrs., NHS, YCF, 1 yr.
German Club, 2 yrs., FTA, 1 yr., FBLA,
UTH Strives to Change Spirit Image
For the first time in the history of
Arlington Heights, the senior boys
organized their own club, Spirit
Under The Hill, or SUTH.
Kenneth Horn, founding father
and president, and Rusty Cutchin,
vice-president, started the club of
about 30 members in October. With
the purpose of boosting the spirit of
the school, they added to pep rallies
and games by their vocal and moral
SUTH was open to all senior boys
for the cost of a Spirit Under The
Hill shirt, 35350. Mike Berry and
Rusty Cutchin designed and had the
shirts made specially for the club,
which required that the boys wear
them to all sports activities, making
them easily recognized.
Later in the year, the group ex-
panded to include girls and under-
Members of SUTH display Senior enthusiasm at the last foorball pep rally of their AHHS days.
Volleyball Team, 2 yrs., GIC, 2 yrs., AY
2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr.
Tennis Team, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs.g SC, 1 yr
ll, 2 yrs., Drama Club, 1 yr.
LISA ANNE WATSON
AY, 3 yrs., Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs, Imprersium, 1
yr., FP1, 1 yr.
Football, 3 yrs,, AY, 3 yrs., "A" Club, 3
DAVID OLEAN WEBB
Football, 3 yrs., "A" Club, 2 yrs, Track,
AY, 3 yrs.
. N I
Special SUTH shirts arc worn on days of arhlcric evenrs.
W GWEN WESTERHOFF
J Asst., 2 yrs.
Honors Arr, 1 yr., Foorbal
AY, 1 yt., Color Guard.
WILLIAM WILBURN III
DEBBIE C. WILSON
OEA, 1 yr.
JON HARRIS WISE
yrs,, AY, 5 yrs.
AY, 2 yrs., AC, 1 yr,
JAMES STANLEY WOOD
AY, 2 yrs., Foorball, 1 yr.,
AY, 2 yrs., DECA, 2 yrs.
BETTY ANN YEAGER
YCF, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., D
SANDRA G. YOUNGER
AY, 2 yrs,
Foorball, 3 yrs.
Baskerball Mgr., 3 yrs., SO
ACC, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr., YJ, 1 yr., Office
WILLIAM WESLEY WH ITE
1 Trainer, 1
Texas Electric Service Co, Explorers
. Group, JJ Rep., YCF, 1 yr., FP1, 1 yr.
WILLIAM CHARLES WHITTLE
ROTC, 3 yrs., Drill Team Commander, n
JAMES MORTON WHITTON
SC, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., AY, 3 yrs.
H, 1 yr., SC, 5
Swim Team, 1
ECA, 2 yrs.
The End .
Every time we my hello
to some new encounter
we're on our way
toward goodby . . .
"From the poem, Number Five, copyright
91970 by Rod McKuen, as published in his
book, Caught in the Quiet, by Stanyan Books
and Random House."
Administration . . . 114
Allied Youth . . . 68-69
American Field Service . . . 107
Band . , . 90, 91
Baseball , . . 6165
Basketball . . . 42, 49
Board of Education . . , 114
Book jackets . . . 83
Cheerleaders . , . 72, 75, 74
Choms . . . 88, 89
Debate Club . . , 97
Dedication , . . 12, 13
ve Education . . . 94, 95
Aaron, Ieejr .... 89, 164
Abelson, Mark Fr ,... 130
Charles Fr .... 130
Adams, Charles jr .... 90, 164
Adams, Denese Sr .... 71, 202, 77
Adams, john jr .... 164
Adams, judy jr .... 164
Aguren, Bill Sr ,... 202
Airhart, Marion Sr .... 202
Alford, Rick jr .... 164
Albee, Mike Sr .... 202
Aldrich, Alison Sr .... 205
Alford, Linda Sr ....
Allen, Billy Soph .,.. 146
Allen, Bnice Sr .... 205
Allen, Danny Soph ..,, 146
Allen, Rick Sr .... 205, 105
Alley, Richard . , . 85, 86, 87
Alley, Travis Soph. , . . 84, 146,
Allred, Don jr ..., 164
Allred, Frankie Fr ..,. 150, 61
Almaguer, john Sr .... 203
Almaguer, Sylvia jr .... 85, 164,
Altaras, Nancy Sr .... 205
Alvarado, Esther jr ..,. 53, 164
Alvarado, Ruven Sr .... 202
Ambrose, Kathe Sr .... 71, 101, 102, 205, 198, 77,
190, 107, HX,
Ammons, john Sr .... 203, 64
Ammons, Phillip Fr .... 48, 130
Amos, Mike jr .... 164, 65, 64
, To ..,. 203
Anderson, Cathy jr .... 164
Anderson, Cynthia Fr .... 150
, Fred Soph ..., 84
Anderson, Lori Fr .... 150
Anderson, Paula jr .,.. 164
Anderson Walter . . .
Andon, Karen Soph. .
. . 84, 146
Andrew, Cathy Sr ,,,. 205
Andrews, Dan Fr .... 150
Andrews, Gary Soph ..,, 164
Angel, Gary Jr .... ss, we
Angell, Lisa Soph .... 146
Angell, Stephanie Sr .... 205, 98
Ansley, Kathie jr. , . . 164
Ansley, Mac Soph. , . . 146
Antcaga, Mary jr .... 164
Arbuckle, Len Fr .,.. 150, 56
Arminger, Karen jr .... 90, 164
Armstrong, Brent jr .,., 164
Armstrong, Melissa Sr .... 205
ARSENIMU, FLAVIN jR .... 122, 123, 28, 93
Ashford, Mike Fr ..., 40, 150
Ashley, Denise jr .... 164
Epilogue . . . 240
Favorites . . . 129, 145, 163, 189
Football . . . 52, 41
French Club . . . 109
Future Homemakers of America . . .
Girls' Volleyball Team . . . 55
Golf . . . 56, 57
Homecoming . . . 18, 19
Howdy Week . . . 24
jacket journal . . . 104, 106
Literary Magazine . . . 102, 105
Most Athletic . . . 195
Most Beautiful . . . 196
Most Friendly . . . 195
Most Handsome . . . 196
Most Studious . . . 194
Most Talented . . . 196
Mostest Contest . , , 22, 23
Mr. and Miss AHHS . . . 186, 187
Mr. and Miss AHHS finalists . . . 188
Orchestra . , , 92, 95
Ranch Day . . . 26, 27
Rodeo Club . . . 108
ROTC . , . 84, 87
Science Club . . . 95
Council Activities . . . 81
Students and Faculty
Note: Faculty names are printed in all caps,
Ashley, Sammy Soph .... 146
Ashton, Charles jr .... 164
Ashton, Patty Soph .... 146
Atkinson, Norbie jr ,... 164
Auld, Kim Fr ,,.. 150
AUSTIN, MARTHA , . . ea, ss, izs, na, zz, 69
Autry, Kim Sr .... 90, 203
Ayala, Emily jr ,... 89, 164
Ayala, Louis Fr .... 150
Ayers, Yolanda Fr ..,. 150
Ayers, Nan Sr .... 53, 55, 203
Ayres, Rui Fr .... 150
Baddour, Sharyn Soph, . . . 90, 146. 92
Bagby, Becky jr .... 71, 164
Bailey, David Sr ..., 55, 184, 205, 220, 64, 104
Bailey, Ray Fr .,.. iso
Bailey, Ronny jr .... 164
Barts, Mike Fr .... 40, 41, 150,
Baumann, Brenda Fr ,.,. 150
Bean, Charlotte Soph .... 146
Bean, john Sr ..., 203
Beasley, Marilyn Sr .... is, sa, 205, zos
Beatty, Mark Soph .... 56, 146
Beary, Virginia jr .... 164
Becera, juan Soph .... 24, 58, 59, 70, 146, 145,
Nala seph ..., 146
Beckley, Patricia Soph. , , . 146
Beckwith. Bradley jr ..,. 164
Beckwith, Clois jr ..,. 90, 165
Beckwith, Floydctte jr .... 165
Beckwith, Ginny Soph .... 146
Baird, jerry Soph ..,. 21, 72, 101, 146, 238, 237,
Baker, Gayle Sr .,.. 205, 64
Baker, josh jr .... 54, 55, 68, 164, 166, 1
Balch, Hez jr ..., 164, 171
Baldoza, Roland Soph .... 146
Baldwin, Alicia Jr ,... 164
Baldwin, Amy Soph .... 146
Baldwin, Kathy Soph .... 90, 146
Bales, joseph Fr .... 150
Bales, Richard Fr .... 150
Bales, Susan Fr .... 150
Ball, johnny jr .... 164
Ballinger, larry Soph .... 146, 60
Balthrop, Marshall Sr .... 205
Bandeen, Anettc jr .... 164
Banner, Cynthia Soph .... 21, 146
Barber, Brenna jr ..., 20, 25, 164, 71, 79
Barber, jack jr .... 53, 164, 64
Barker, Becky . . . 130
Barker, Roger Soph .... 58, 59, 146
Bames, Glenn Fr .... 150
BARNES, LARRY . . . 16, 118
Barnes, Patti Sr .... 180, 205
Bames, Stephen jr .... 164
Barnett, Tony Soph ,.,. 146
Barrett, Valerie jr .... 164
Barron, Linda Fr .... 20, 150
Barron, Randy Sr .,.. 205
Bartholomew, Melissa Fr .,., 150
Bartholomew, Shelley Soph ,.,. 100, 118,
Baskin, David jr ,... 164
Bass, Martha Fr ..., 70, 150, 105, 142
Bass, Pam jr ..., 164, 181
Batton, Shirley jr ,... 88, 164
Ba1ts,jcb Fr .,.. 40, 41, 150, 61
Beggs, George Soph
Belew, Cheryl Fr .... no
Belew, Debbie Sr .... 205
Belew, Mitch Fr .... 150, 26
Bell, Troylan Soph ..,. 146
Bellamy, Greg Fr ..,. 150
Bellomy, Garland Soph ..-- 90, 146
BELT, LUCY . . , 122, 170
Benham, janice Fr .... 92, 150, 109
Bennett, Carla Fr. .
. . 89, 130
BENNETT, FREDDIE . . . 120
Benson, julie Fr. . .
Benson, Silvia Sr. . .
, 99, 204
Bermudez, Edvardo Sr .,.. 204
Bemal, Berto Fr. . .
BERNARD, ANNETTE . . . 16, 180
Bemard, Beverly jr ..., 165
Bemard, Mark Sr .,.. 88, 204
Berrard, Valerie Fr .... 130
Bemier, Alain Fr ..,. 93, 130
Bemier, Diane Soph
Bcmier, johanne jr .,.. 92, 101, 165, 109, 93
Berrey, Susan jr. . .
Berridge, Cheryl jr.
. . . 101, 165
Berridge, Eddie Fr ,,.. 150
Berry, john jr .... 25, 33, 165, 80, 231
Berry, judy Sr .,,. 71, 205, 225
Berry, Kathy Fr .... 150
Berry, Mike Sr ..,. 60, 71, 205, 226, 79
Bethencourr, Carlos Sr .... 24, 70, 205, 222, 71,
194, 195, 107
Biggs, Karl Fr .... 130, 61
Bilheimer, Gregg Fr .... 150
Billingsley, Amy Sr .,,, 185, 205
Birdwell, jan Sr .... 188, 204, 205 221, 22, 199,
74, 196. 98
Birdwell, joan Sr ..., 98, 109, 205
Bise, Lloyd Fr .... 40
Black, Donna Fr .... 130
Black, jim jr .... 165
Blackmon, Kathy Soph .... 109, 146
Blanford, Meredith Soph ..,. 146, 109, 98
Senior Play . . . 204, 205
Special Recognition , . . 190-195
Spirit . . . 18-20
Spirit of the Hill . , . 70, 71
Spring Activities . . , 16, 17
Student Council . . . 75, 81
Swimming . . . 50, 52
Tri-Hi-Y . . . 98
Valentine's Day . . . 28
Who's Who . . . 197'201
Yellow jacket , . . 100, 101
Young Life , . . 21
Blanton, Mark Sr .... 205
Blanton, Richard Fr ..,. 109, 130
Blaisdell, Yvonne jr .,.. 90
Blaisingame, Rosey Sr, 1 , . 205
Blitch,jeff Fr .... 40, 151
Blitch, Kitzi jr. . ,. 90, 165
Bloodworth, Rick Sr .... 205
Bloodworth, Vickie Fr .... 131
Bodcn, Rusty Soph .... 146
Bodlc-y,jeif Fr .... 77, 151
Boese, Melaney Soph .... 146
Boland, Howard Soph .... 146
Bolton, Ricky Soph .... 146
Bend, Bern soph .... 146
Bonner, Abigail Fr ..,. 151
Bonner, Larry Fr .... 48, 151
Bonner, Twani Soph .... 146, 150
Bordeaux, Prissy Sr .,.. 185, 205
Borden, Barbie Soph .... 146
Borgeson, Monte Sr .... 205, 58, 60
Bosher, Sandi Sr ..., 205, 96
Bostic, Charles Soph ..,, 146
Bostick, joe Fr .... 151
Boswell, Bill Fr .... ui
Boswell, Dee Fr ,,.. 151
Boswell, Vicki jr ,.., 165
Bottletop, Zeodle jr .... 165, 301
Boulwate, Cynthia Soph .... 147, 50
Bourke, Vicki Fr .... 151
Bourland, Blake Soph .,.. 147, 52
Bowers, Marsha Soph ..,. 147
Box, joe Soph ,... 147
Boydsrun, Billy Soph .... 147
Boydsrun, Barbara Sr ..., 205
Boydsnin, jerry jr .... 86, 165, 84
Boykin, Suzanne Soph .... 147
Bozeman, Gary Sr ..,, 205
Bozich, Cathy Sr .... 205, 96
Braddy, Martha Soph .,.. 147
Bradfield, Brenda Fr .... 151 l
Bradley, Cindy jf ..., iss, so
Bradley, Dale . . . 151, 52
Brainard, Leslie Fr .,.. 151
Bramlett, john Sr .... 206
Brand, Rickey Sr .,.. 89
Brand, Rodney Sr .... 89
BRANSFORD, MILTON . . . 116
Brantley, Diane Soph ..,. 147
Brants, Elaine Sr ,,.. 206
Bratton, Eunice jr ,... 71, 165, 169, 174. 185, 106
Brauer, Bob Sr .... 206
Bray, joann jr .... 165
Bray, Martie jr .,.. 165
Bray, Terri Sr .... 206, 96
Brazel, joanne Soph .... 147
Brechel, Barbara Sr .... 92, 206, 216
Brechel, Larri jr ,... 165
Breckinridge, Ricky Soph .... 147
Brennan, Dadee Fr .... 131
Brents, Ricky Soph ..., 147
Brents, Tom jr .... 165
lBRESC1ANl, HERMAN . . . 85, 126
1Brew, Lynne Sr .... 55, 206, 105
lBrewer, Bobbye Gay Sr .... 206, 96
lBrewer, jill Fr .... 131
1Bright, Debbie Fr .,., 131
BRIGHT, GLADYS . . . 109, 118
lBrignac, Om Sr .... zoo
1Brinkly, Delane Fr .... 131
Brock, janie Soph .... 147
lBrooks, janet jr ..,. 165
Brooks, Mary Soph .... 78, 147, 107
Brooks, Robert Sr .... 206
Brookshier, Todd Fr .... 131
,Boulware, Cynthia Soph .... 92
,Browder, Clark Fr .... 40, 131
Brower, Joe jr .... 165
Brown, Amy jr ..,. 107, 165, 204
Brown, Angela Soph .... 78, 147
Brown, Beverly Sr .... 206, 113
Brown, Christy Fr .... 131
1Brown, Curtus Soph .... 147
lBrown, Debbie Fr .... 109, 131
lBrown, Eric Fr .... 131
lBrown, Helen , . . 204
Brown, jamalyn Soph .,.. 147
Brown, Kaydee Fr .... 24, 70, 131, 129
lBrown, Ieslie Sr .... 185, 206
BROWN, MART1-IE , , . 88, 89, 124
Brown, Pat Soph .,.. 147
Brown, Ronald Fr .... 131
Brown, Susan Soph .,., 147
'Brown, Terry Soph ..,. 147
Tommy Soph .,.. 147
Bruce, David jr ..., 165
Bruce, Stephanie jr ..., 165
Brusenhan, james Fr .... 131
Bryant, Clarence Fr .... 143
Bryant, Dennis Sr .... 206
Bryant, james Soph .... 147
,Bryant, Kin jr ..., 131
Bryant, Lillie Fr .... 89
Sherrie jr ..,. 165
Buckalew, Dave Sr ,.., 33, 34, 206, 42
Buckland, Eric Soph .... 146
'Buckley, jimmy jr .,,. 90, 165
Budges, Reese Fr ..,. 131
Richard Soph ..., 47, 147
Bullard, Tonia jr ..,, 83. 99, 166
Bulmer, joan Sr .... 88, 206
Bumgamer, Ricky Soph, . . . 87
Burch, Kathleen Sr ,... 206
Burckhardt, Linda jr .,,. 166
Dana Fr ..,, 131
Burkhard, Kevin Soph .... 147, 52
Burkhardt, Fred Fr .... 92, 131
Burnam, Dennis Soph ..., 87, 147
lBumett, Coral Soph ,... 147
BURNE'1"1", DIANE . . . 109, 118
Burnett, jill Fr ..,. 131
Burnett, Phil jr ..,, 166
Burns, Gay Soph .... 70, 147
Burns, Honey jr .,.. 70, 166, 169, 183, 71, 106
Burr, Chuck Fr .... 131
Burr, Richard jr. . . . 166, 52
Karen Sr. . . . 206
Mike Sr ,... 206
IBurt, Beverly Fr ..., 131
Burton, Timothy Sr ..., 32, 33, 35, 37
BURTON, ROSEMARY . . . 124
Busby, joe Soph, .
Bush, Tina Soph. .
Bussey, Linda Sr. .
Buster, Kelly Fr. .
166, 170, 206
40, 41, 61
Bustos, Raynald Soph .... 147
Byrd, Charles Fr .... 48, 131
Byrd, janet Sr ...,
Byrd, Reggie Fr. .
. . 131
BYRD, ROD . . . 47, 126
Cain, joseph Soph .... 147
Cain, Shelia Fr. . , , 131
Calhoun, james jr .... 24, 108, 162, 166
Calhoun, Tisa Fr ..,. 131, 139
Callan, Mark Sr. .
Calnin, Denise Fr.
. , . 131
Fr .... 88, 131
Cameron, Craig Sr .... 20, 207, 71, 42,
Cameron, Herman Fr .... 131, 87
Camp, Rhonda Sr .... 131
Campbell, Bob Fr .... ro, 131
Campbell, Lisa Sr ,... 207, 71, 113, 29
Campos, Gloria Fr ,... 131
Cantrell, David jr .... 166
Cantrell, john Fr .... 131
Cantrell, Ricky Fr .... 131
Cantrell, Robert jr .... 166
43, 46, 82
Capers, Marian Sr .,,. 204, 207, 104, 105
Carden, Dick Fr ..., 131
Carlile, Marilyn Sr ,... 207
Carrie, Mike Sr .,.. 33, 89, 207
Carrithers, Ric Sr .... 207
Carroll,'IJura Fr .... 131
Carroll, Marcia jr .... 83, 1662, 92
Carrizales, David Sr .,,. 207
CARSON, GEORGE . . . 90, 124
Carson, Robert Soph .... 39, 148
Carter, David Soph .... 148
CARTER, DAYTON . . . 115
Carter, jimmy Sr .... 207
Carter, Lisa jr .... 166
Carter, Nina Fr .... 131
Carter, Randy Soph .... 148
Carter, Robyn Sr .... 18, 71
Cash, Kathy Sr ..,. 26, 27, 207
Cash, Wayne Sr .... 81, 207
Cassulo, Tudy jr .,.. 88, 148
Castillon, George jr ,.,. 166
Castro, George Sr ..,. 207
Castro, Victor Soph ..., 148
Cates, joseph Sr .... 56, 207
Cates, Patti Fr .... 131
CAVENESS, FRANCES . . . 116, 117
Cecil, Ches Soph .... 148, 60
Cernuto, Steve Sr .... 207
Chambers, Michael Soph .... 119, 148
Champagne, Clifford Fr ..,. 131
Champion, Lelia jr .... 166
Champion, Robert Sr .... 207
Chandler, Cheryl Fr, . . . 131
Chandler, Linda Sr .... 207, 96
Chaney, Phillip Soph .... 148
Chapel, Mark Soph .... 84, 148
Chappell, Teresa Fr .... 131
Charles, Roy Sr ,... 207
Chase, Debbie Sr .... 88, 207
Chase, Diane Fr .... 131
Chase, Donald jr .... 86, 166, 87
Cherbonnier, David jr .,.. 166
Cherbonnier, Lynn Fr .... 131
Cherry, james . . . 60
Chesley, Bonnie Sr .... 207
Chesley, Trina Fr .,.. 131
CHEVREAUX, STEVE , . . 33, 126, 112, 48
Childers, Mike jr ..,. 166, 64
Childress, David Soph ,... 148
Childress, Kevin Soph ..,. 148
Christer-lson, Vickie Ft ,,.. 131
Chura, Robert jr .... 166
Clanton, Cheryl Sr .... 207, 106, 105
Clapp, Pam Fr .... 131
Clark, Bruce Sr .... 208
Clark, Cary Soph .... 90, 14s
Clark, Linda Sr ,... 208
Clarke, Cindy . , . 96
CLAYTON, BE'1"l'Y . . . 125
Clayton, Elizabeth Soph .... 148
Clegg, Frank Sr .... 208
Clement, Van Sr ..., 208
Clements, Terry Sr ..., 208
Clemons, Becky jr .... 166
Clemons, Bill jr ,... 38, 39, 166, 69
Clemons, Linton Sr ,,.. 90
Cleveland, Gregory Fr ,... 131
Clifton, David jr .... 90, 166
Clifton,-Jay jr ..,. 71, 166, 107, 109
Clifton, Ricky Sr, , . . 208
Cluck, Mark Sr .... 88, 208
Coffee, David Fr .... 131
Coffey, Donald Sr ,... 97, 208
Coffee, Mike Soph .... 148
Coffey, Donna Fr ..., 131
Coggins, Michael Soph .... 148
COHEE, ERNESTINE . . . 166, 117, 112
Coker, Karen Sr .... 208
Coldwell, Scott Fr .... 131
Cole, Diane jr .,.. 88, 166
Cole, Randy Fr .... 131
Cole, Terry Soph .... 148
Coleman, Mike jr .... 167
Colia, Kenton Soph .... 148
Collard, Bobby Soph .... 148
Collins, Kay Sr .... 208
Comeau, Kerry jr .... 167
Conerway, Dwight Sr .... 209
Conner, Susan Fr .... 148
Conrad, Brad Soph .... 47, 70, 148, 160, 129, 48
Conway, Karen Fr .... 132
Cook, Eddy Fr .... 132
Cook, johnnie Sr ..., 209
Cook, Katherine jr .... 167
Cook, Pam Fr .... 132
Cook, Teresa jr ,... 167
Cooper, Alan Sr .,.. 82, 209
Cooper, Carol jr .... 79, 167
Cooper, Kellie jr .... 167
COOPER, LARKUS T .,., 127
Cooper, Maiel Sr ..., 89, 209, 106, 105, 107
COOPER, luasa . . . 116
Cooper, Richard jr ..., 89, 167, 204, 23
Cope, Crm Soph .... 14s
Cope, Kit Sr ,... 18, 20, 102, 103, 209, 71, 81 75,
Cope, Richard jr .... 167
Copenhaver, Pat Sr .... 88, 204, 209, 22, 196
Copp, Karen jr ,... 167
Copp, Mark Soph ,.,, 148
Cordova, Sherrill Fr .... 132
Comish, jim jr .... 167
Cox, Britton Fr ..., 132, 22
Cox, Shannon jr ,,.. 55, 68, 166, 167, Z2
Cozby, Paul jr ,... 19, 68, 72, 166, 167, 183, 163
Crabb, Nancy Soph .... 148
Crader, Stuart Fr ,... 132
Crag, Vicki Soph .... 148
"Aw gee, I'm just a mama's boy!" exclaims
Cragcr, Michael jr .... 42, 167
Craig, Mike Fr .... 132, 52
Craven, Bill Fr .... 132
Creasy, Vicki Sr .... 209
Criswell, Cindy jr .... 98, 167
Criswell, Danny Sr .... 209
Cromwell, Carleen Sr .... 102, 209, 50, 51
Crossno, Connie Fr ..,. 132
Crouch, Carolyn Sr ,.,. 209
Crouch, Paul Fr .... 132
Cmmmel, jerry jr .... 90, 167, 92
Cmmmel, Terry jr .... 90, 91, 167, 92
Cnisemann, Sally Soph .... 148
Cufer, Don Fr .,.. 132
Cummins, Alan Fr .... 132
Cummins, Charles Sr .... 209
Cunningham, Carlton Soph ..,. SS, 149
CUNNINGI-IAM, DIXIE . , , 120
Cunningham, Kakkie jr .... 167, 92
Cupit, Kathy jr .... 167
Cupps, Lin jr ..., 167, 64
Cupps, Steven Sr .... 33, 209
Curtis, Charla Sr .... 88, 209
Curtiss, Ralph Fr .... 132
Cutchin, Rusty Sr ..,. 102, 206, 209, 226 22, 196
Cutshall, David Fr ,.,, 132
Daerr, Daryl jr .... 167, 64, 61
Dagennaro, Gina Soph .,,. 149
Daniel, Dori soph .... 149
Daniel, james jr .... 167
DANIEIS, KATHRYN . , , 120
Daniels, David jr .,.. 167, 64, 61
Daniels, Kathleen Soph ,,.. 149, 107
DANIEIS, NAN-ISCA . . . 115
Daniels, Scott jr ..,, 100, 101, 162, 165, 104, 105
Darden, Glenn Soph ..., 19, 103, 144, 149, 74, 79
Darling, Elizabeth Sr .,,, BO, 209, 107
Darling, Martha Soph .... 149
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Damell, Debbie jr ..,. 167
Darwin, Debbie Soph ..,. 149
D'Ascenzo, Dolores Fr .,.. 92, 152
D'Ascenzo, George Sr .... 90, 209, 92, 192
Daugherty, Rosanne jr .... 167
Davenport, Karen Sr .... 94, 209, 197
Davis, Alisa Soph . . . 149
Davis, Bill jr .... 167, 179
Davis, Darlene jr .... 168
DAVIS, DOROTHY . , . 116
Davis, George jr ..., 168, 64, 61
Davis, jack Soph ..., 209
Davis, john Soph .... 61, 149
Davis, Mark jr .... 100, 60, 71, 79, 101, 168, 185
Davis, Mary jr ..,. 168
Davis, Pat Fr ..., 152
Davis, Randy jr ..., 168
Davis, Renee. . , 115, 168
Davis, Robert Fr .... 152
Davis, Robyn jr ..,. 168
Davis, Sharon Soph .,,. 79, 149
Davis, Threta Sr .... 209
Day, Linda Sr ..,, 209
Deal, Vicky Fr ..., 89, 152
Dean, Billy Fr .... 152
Dean, jimmy jr .... 168, 171
Decker, Nancy Soph ,,,, 149
DeGrazier, Deedee Soph .... 149
DeGrazier, Kathy jr .... 88, 168
DeHart, Deedee Sr .... 209
DeLaMaza, Adelina Fr ..,. 152
Deboy, Billy Fr .... 152
Denke, Danny jr .... 168
Dennis, LaDonna Sr .... 210
Denton, Lynne Soph ..., 149
Denton, Roger Sr .... 90, 210, 92
Derdeyn, D'Anne Sr .... 102, 210, 194, 104,
Des Camps, Vicki Fr .... 88, 152
DIAZ, DELORES . . . 16, 116
Dickens, David Soph .... 149, 61
Dickens, Deborah Sr .... 20, 210
DICKERSON, jOHN . . , 42, 46, 122
Dickie, Margaret jr .... 106, 168, 105
Dickinson, Kenneth Fr ..i. 152
Diffily, Jeff jf ,... ies
DiGennaro, Dana Soph .... 168
Dingman, Tommy . . . 90
Disney, Clare Sr .... 210
Dixson, Dapne Fr .... 152, 157, 50
Dixson, Dottie Soph . . . 149, 50 92
Dobbins, Marsha Fr .... 152
Dorlan, Cheryl Soph .... 149
Dotson, Blake Sr .... 210
Dow, Blair Soph ..., 149
Downing, Missy Sr ..,. 210
Doyle, Ginger Fr .... 152
Drain, Michael Sr .,,. 20, 45, 44
Drechsel, David Sr .... 210
Dresner, Bruce Sr ..., 210
Drewry, Curtis Soph .... 157
Drewry, james . . . 87
Driskell, Christi jr ..., 55
Driskell, Glenn Fr .... 90, 152
Driskell, Gloria jr ..., 168
Duban, john jr .... 168
Duble, Kenneth Soph .... 149
Dubuis, Elizabeth Fr .... 152
Duff, jim Soph .... 90, 149
Dugan, Betsy Fr ..,, 152
Dugan, Quent Sr .... 210
Dunagen, julie jr ,.., 168
Dunagen, Patrick Soph ..., 149
Duncan, Debbie Soph .,.. 149
Dungham, Tommy Fr ,,.. 152
Dunham, Carol Soph .... 70, 149
Dunn, jeffrey, Sr .... 107, 210
Dunnaveant, judy . . , 89
Dupree, Kathy Soph .... 149
Durham, Ester Soph ..., 149
Dushman, Laurie Soph .... 149
DYCHE, RAY. . 16,115,80
Eakin, David jr .... 168, 56
Eakin, jeff Fr .... 152, 56
East, Deborah Sr .... 210
Easter, jimmy Soph .... 149, 61
Eaton, Billy Sr .... 210
Eckroth, Michele jr .... 168
Eddy, Marc jr .... 169
Edmonds, Charma jr .... 169
Edwards, David jr .... 169, 60
Edwards, Debbie Sr ..,. 217
EDWARDS, GLENNA . . . 16, us, nz, vs, vs
Edwards, Karen Sr .... 101, 211, 219, 227, 201
Edwards, Stacy Fr .,.. 152
Ehrle, Randy Fr .,.. 40, 41, 152, 142
Ehrle, Ronnie Sr ..., 26, 211
Elam, Kenny Sr .... 210
Elan, Kenny . . . 94
Elkins, Darenda Sr .... 102, 184
Elkins, Karen Fr .... 152
Elledge, jerry jr .,.. 87, 89, 149
Elledge, Richard jr ,... 169, 56
Elliot, Brian Soph .... 149
Elliot, Marcia jr .... 169
Ellis, David Fr .... 48, 152
Ellis, Derek Soph ..,, 20, 149, 47
Ellis, Greg Qr. . , 211
Ellis, Sally Soph ..,, 149
Ellis, Tina Fr .... 152
Ellisron, jill Soph .... 149
Emery, Angie Sr .... 77, 184, 211, 104, 106, 105
Engeling, Mark jr .,.. 42, 169, 45
English, Richard jr .... 169
Ennis, Sonny Fr .,.. 152
Epperson, Michael Sr ..., 211, 52
Erarh, Glenn Soph .... 59, 149, 60
Erarh, jill Sr .... 211
Espinoza, Roscy . . . 89
Etheredge, john Fr .... 40, 155, 60
Eubanks, Maureen Sr .... 211
Evans, Kathy Fr .,.. 155
Evans, Katy . . . S8
Evans, Dnath Fr ..,. 155
Everett, Cary jr ..,, 90, 169
Ewing, Mary Soph .... 150
Ewing, Rick Sr ,... 52, 55, 54, 47, 211
Faede, Sharon . . . 155
Farmer, Cathie Sr ..,, 211, 96
Farmer, john Sr ,... 211
FARR, HAZEL . . . 115
Farrell, Michael Sr ,... 55, 211
Farris, janice jr ..., 98, 169
Farris, Sherry Soph .... 150
Faulk, Brack Fr .,.. 55, 155
Fcik, Blake Soph ..,. 59, 150, 60
Fcik, Britt Fr ,... 40, 133, so
Felie, Eileen Soph .... 99, 150
Fell, Perry Fr .... 155
Fender, Wyatt Sr .... 71, 102, 211
Fergon, Mark jr .... 90, 169
Ferguson, Becky jr .... 89. 169
Ferguson, Deatra Fr ,... 155
Ferguson, Deborah Soph ,... 150
Ferguson. Greg . . . 62
Ferrell, Byron Fr .... 155
Fetherson, David Sr .... Z11, 64
Fick, Helen jr ..., 88, 169
Ficken, Michael Soph .... 150
Fields, Julie Sr .... ioz, 105, 185, 206, 211, 194
104, 106, 105, 77, 107
Fikar, Steve Fr .... 60
Fiker, Dean jr ..., 56, 169
Fillman, Kirk Fr .... 155
Fincel, Diane Sr .,,, 55, Z11
Finch, Beth Fr ..., 155
Finch, Ricky Sr .... 212
Fincher, Dale jr .... 108, 169
Fisher, Dave Soph ,... 150
Fisher, Tim Sr .... 212
Flemming, Leonard Fr .... 155
Fletcher, Susan jr .... 169
Flores, Phil Jr .,.. ss, 87
Flores, Tommy Fr .... 40, 155, 61
Flowers, jim jr .... 71, 169, 97
FLOWERS, LEAH , , . 127
Flowers, Mary Ann Soph .... 70, 150
Foley, jerrie Fr .... 155
Foley, Willie jr .... 84
Fondren, joy Sr .,.. 212
Ford, Christine Fr .... 155
Ford, Michael jr ..., 169, 60
Ford, Steve Soph .,,. 60, 150
Forester, Donna jr .... 71, 168, 254, 76
Forester, Greg Fr ..,. 155
Forrester, Christina Sr .... 212
Forrester, Tony Sr .,,, 212
Foster, Camille jr .,,, 169
Foster, George Soph .... 150
Foumier, Denise Soph .... 144, 150
Foust, April jr .,.. 109, 168, 169
FOUST, THERESA . . . 99, 124
Fowler, Bruce Soph .... 150
Fowler, Curt jr .... 1619, 60
Fowler, Daryl Fr ,... 155
Fowler, Katherine Sr .... 89, 212, 107, 109
Fowler, Mike Fr .... 40, 41, 70, 153, 142, 169
Fowler, Ricky Fr ..,. 40
Fowlkes, Mark jr .... 55, 169, 71
Fralia, jeff jr ..,. 169
Frances, Kenneth Fr ,... 170
Franklin, Tony Fr .... 40, 41, 155, 61
Franks, Donna Fr .... 155
Franson, Eric Soph ..,. 150
Ftuizcn, JACQUELINE , . , 94, 95, izs, 212
Frederickson, judy Fr .... 155
Frederickson, Pat S091-1 .... 58, 150
Frederickson, Pat Fr .... 39, 42
Freed, Tighe jr .,.. 170
Freeman, Gail jr .... 170
Freeman, Peggy jr ,... 90, 170, 92
Freeny, Chuck Fr .... 40, 151
Fricker, Dale jr ..., 170
Friedman, Alan Sr .... 25, 27, 188, 212, 199, 74
Friedman, Nita Soph .... 79, 150
Fritz, Pat Fr .... 155
Fruge, Brian Soph .,.. 150, 61
Fnige, john Sr .... 212, 64
Frye, Mike Sr .... 212
Frye, T'homas jr .... 146
Fulkerson, Tommy Sr .... 55, 56, 212
Fuller, Larry Sr .... 21, 108, 154, 212, 29, 105
Fuller, Willa jr .... 170
Furry, Parry jr .,.. 24, 95, 170, 71, 79
Futch, Desiree Fr .... 155
caddy, candy Sr .... ziz
Gaede, Kathi Sr ..,. 212
Gaines, Cheryl jr .... 170
GALIGA, jon . . . so, ss, 39, 59, izo
Gambill, Louis Soph .... 150
Gant, Eddie jr ..., 71, 170, 185, 97
Garcia, Bobby Soph .... 150
Garcia, Carmen Fr .... 155
Garcia, janice jr ..,, 170
Garcia, Leonard Fr .... 155
Garcia, Rosa Fr .... 155
Gardeline, Frankie Fr .... 155
Gardeline, Theodore Sr ..., 212, 22 196, 195
Garlanad, john jr ,... 55, 170
Garmany, Mark jr .... 170
Garner, Angela Sr .... 70, 212, 71, 115, 104
Garnett, Alvin jr .... 55
Garnett, Don . . . 47
Garrett, Neal jr .... 170
Garrett, Sallie Soph ,... 150
Garrison, Debbie Fr .... 155
Garrison, Verne Sr .... 71, 101, 102, 104, 105
106, 107, 100, 200, 212, 255
Hudgins, Deana jr .,.. 172
Gartlan, Linda Sr .... 213
Gartner, Bill jr .... 170
Gartner, Carol Soph .... 150
GARWOOD, EVELYN . , . 124
Gasparini, Mike Sr .... 213
Gatrerdam, Phyllis Fr ..., 133
Gauna, jamie Sr ..,. 213
Bob Sr .... 213
Carl Soph .... 150
Gayle, Mike jr ,,.. 170
Geren, Chandra Soph .... 150
Germ, Eva jr .,.. 17, 55, 170
Gerrarad, jann jr .... 170
Ghena, Par jr .... 170
Ghena, Paula Fr ,... 133
Gibson, Carolyn Fr ..,, 133
Gibson, David jr ..., 170
Gibson, Diane Soph .... 150
Gibson Gary jr .... 170, 64, 61
Gibson, Glen Sr .... 213, 62, 65, 64
Gibson Mike jr .... 170
Gibson, Pam Sr .... 102, 213
Gill, David Fr .... 87, 133
Gillen, john Sr .... 213
Gilles, Larry Soph ..,. 150
Gillespie. ,lack Sr .,.. 213
Gordon, Kerri Soph ..,, 150 Harland, Connie Sr, . .
Gray, Alison Sr .... 88, 213
Gilligan, Erin Soph .... 150
Gilligan, George Sr ....
Gite, Roger jr ..., 170
Gladden, Richard Soph.
Glass, judy Fr .... 133
Glio, john jr .... 171
Glover, Orlando Fr ....
Goff, Verbie Soph ....
Goldsmith, Cindy Fr .... 133, 143
Gomez, Mary jr .... 171
Gonzales, Ofelia Sr ....
Gonzales, Yolanda Fr. ,
. . 133
Goodspced, Dan . . . 39, 171
Gorrell, Carolyn jr ...,
Gostkowski, Peter Fr ..., 133
Govednik, Carol Fr ....
Graham, Kathy jr ....
Grant, Molly Fr ,... 90, 133
Graves, jack jr ..,, 171
Graves, Tommy Fr .... 70, 134
Gravitt, Jodi sdph ....
Gray, Charlene Fr .... 134
Gray, Marylee Sr ..,. 213
Gray, Ralph Soph .... 150
Gray, Sarah Soph .... 150
GREAVES, LOLA . . , 53, 126
Green, Bruce Fr ,... 86, 134, 87
Green, David, jr .... 171
Green, Gary Sr ,,.. 213
M1111 sdph .... oo, iso
Green, Rita jr .,.. 25, 53, 171, B2
Gregory, Margaret jr .... 50, 117, 109
Griffey, Dan Soph .,.. 38, 39, 150
Griffin, Carrie Fr .... 107, 134
Griffith, Blane jr ,.., 162, 171
Griffith, Cheryl Fr ..., 134
Griffith, Dusty Sr .... 33. 34, 35,
Griffith, Edith Soph .... 150
, Larry Fr .... 134
Hale, lori Soph ..,. 157
Hale, Steve Fr ,,.. 134
Hale, Theron, jr .... 89, 204, 205
Hall, Barbara Soph .... 151
Hall, David Fr ..., 86, 134, 87
Hall, jerry . . . 96
Hall, Mary Fr ,... 134
Hall, Matt Fr .... 134
Halpenny, Walter Fr ,,,. 134, 52
Halsey, Karen Soph .... 151
Halsey, Linda Sr .... 213
Hamilton, Sandra jr ,... 108, 171
Hamilton, Vickie Soph .... 151
Hamlin, Bonnie Fr .... 134
Hamlin, Mike jr ,... 171
Hamm, Anne Sr .... 213. 55. 71
Hamm, Chandra Fr .... 134
Hamm, Lisa Soph ,... 151, 75
Hammond, Larry jr ,... 171
Hammond, Marc Sr .... Z13
Hammond, Michael Fr .... 40, 134
Hampton, Doug jr ..,. 171, 100
Hancock, john Soph .... 151
janes, Bill Sr .... 213
Hanes, Tom Fr ,... 134
HANLEY, KATHLEEN 70, 199, 175, 71
Hanley, Susan jr ,.,. 171, 92
Hanna, janet jr ....
Hansen, Terri jr. . .
. 168, 171
Hanson, Denise Sr .,.. 213
Hanson, Susan Soph .... 151, 171
Hanson, Suzan jr ,... 89
Harbert, Mack jr .,.. 33, 171
Harden, Richard jr .,.. 171, S4
Hardin, james Fr ,... 40
Hardwick, Sandra Fr .... 134, 143, 107
Hardwick, Steve Sr ..,. 213
Hare, Robert Soph .,.. 151
Hargrove, Nancy Sr .... 213, 216
Harman, Roger Sr. .
. . 213, as, s6,s4, 193
Harper, Christine Sr .... 213
Harper, Denise Soph .... 151, 109
Harper, Robert Fr .... 134
Harrell, Kathryn Sr .... 218
Harris, Ann Soph .... 151
Harris, Harrier jr .... 171
Harris, jack Sr ,... 213
Harris, Nancy Sr .... 214
HARRISON, DORRIS . . . 127
Harrison, jimmy Er .,.. 134
Hart, james Sr .... 214
Hartman, Andy jr .... 171
HARVEY, HENRY . . . 40, 41, 59, 126,60
Harvey, Henry Fr .,.. 40, 41, 70, 133, 134
HARVEY, LAWRENCE . . . 120
Harvey, Mike jr .... 33, 171
Hatfield, Don Fr .... 40, 134
Hauss, Cindy Fr.
Havener, Andy jr
Hawk, john Soph
jr .... 172, 87
Fr .... 134
, , . 134, 172
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Griggs, Debbie Sr .... 88, 90, 213
GRIGSBY, NADINE . . . 115
Grigsby, Susan Soph...- 150
Grimes, David Fr .,,. 40, 134
Grimes, john Fr ..,, 134
Grogan, Dianne Fr ..,. 121
Gross, Robert jr .... 171
Gross, Sandy Soph .... 150
Frubbs, Dennis Soph .... 151
Guckian, julie Soph .... 151
Guidry, Bill si ,... 213
Guin, Mark Soph .... 57
Guly, Iaurie Soph .... 151
Gummelt, Mike St .... 213, 75
Gunter, Elaine Soph .... 151
Gunter, Pam jr ..,. 109, 171
Guthrie, Cheri jr .... 98, 56
Gutierrez, Robert Sr ..,. 213, 106, 84
Haiden, Belinda Fr .... 134
HIALEY, BARBARA . . . 120, 121
Hainey, Bryant jr .... 171
Halbrook, Wendell Soph .... 151
Hale, Harry Soph ..,, 151, 84
HALE, HELEN . . . 72, 73, 118, 112
Hale, jackie, jr .,.. 83, 213
Haworth, julie Fr ,... 134
Hawthorne, Watkin Sr .,.. 33. 35. 36, 37, 214,
Hayes, Kevin Sr .... 214
Hays, Mike Soph .... 151
Hays, Paula Soph .... 151
Hays, Russell Soph .... 151
Hnburg, Bob si ..,. oo, 214
Heald, Chip jr .... 172, 71, ss, 59, 60, 78
Heald, jeff Sr .... 101, 214, 103, 102, 104, 106,
105, sz, 107, 100
Heath, Curt jr .... 172
Hecltard, David jr .... 172
Hedge, Sharon Fr ,... 134
Heerwagen, Alan Soph .... 151, 86, 87
Heerwagen, Michael jr .... 172, 86, 87
Hefley, Susan Soph .... 151
Heinrich, Megan Soph .... 89, 90, 151
Heir, jerry jr ,... 172
Heir, jim St .... 33, 101, 214, 219
Henning, Charles Fr.' . . . 134, 93
Henry, Ray jr .... 90, 172
Hensley, jeff . . . 112
Henson, Sherry Sr .... 214, 96
Heptig, Stephen jr .... 101, 172, 52
Heptig, Vince Fr ..,, 134, 52
Herbert, Denise Sr .... 214
Hernandez, Bertha Fr .... 134
Hernandez, juanita Soph .... 151
Herring, Matt Soph ,... 38, 39, 151, 160, 161, 58,
Hertel, Mark jr .... 172, 60
Hertel, Sheri jr ..,, 172
Hickman, Brad Fr .... 134, 48
Hickman, Donna Sr .... 89, 214
Hickman, Dwight . . . 61
Hickman, Gary Soph .... 39, 151
Hickman, janice Soph ,.., 151
Hicks, Mike Sr ,... 214
Hicks, Roland Fr .... 128, 134, 48
Hicks, Ronald Fr .... 90. 91, 134
Heitt, Lisa Soph .... 151, 92
, Candy Fr .... 134
Holly Sr ,,.. 214
,john sdph .... 151,47
Kimberly Fr .... 134
Lawrence jr .... 33, 34, 36, 37, 89, 59, 60
Lee jr .... 172
Nancy Fr .... 134
Rocky Sr .... 214
Sylvester Fr .... 84
Hillaker, Harry Soph .... 151
Hillaker, Missy Sr .... 214, 106, 107
Hillard, Terri Fr .... 135
Hinds, David Fr .... 135
Hinds, joe Sr .... 214
Hines, Bill jr .... 70, 172, 71
Hobbs, Ann Soph .... 21, 144, 152, 28
Hobbs, Alan Sr .... 214
Hodges, Artie Fr ..., 135
Hoera, Charles Sr .... 56, 214
Hoffman, james Soph .... 40, 152
Hoffman, jim Fr .... 135
Hoffman, Kim jr ..,. 172
Hogness, jo Rene Soph ..., 152
Hollatz, Scott . , . 87
Holley, Charles Soph .... 68, 70, 152, 160, 22, 78
Holmes, Tav Sr ..,. 25, 101, 214 201, 194, 104,
Holmes, Tracy Fr .... 135
Honey, Cindy Sr .... 89. 214, 102, 109
Hooper, Beth Fr ,... 135
Hooper, Glenn jr .... 172
Hopper, james Sr .... 214
Hoppin, Heidi Fr .,.. 135
Hom, Eric Sr .... 33, 36, 210
Hom, Kenneth Sr ,... 210, 226
Hom, Ruthanne Fr .... 135
Home, Phil Soph .... 756
Horton, Herff Soph .... 152, 60
Horton, Melody Sr .... 214, 96
Horton, Stephen Fr .... 135
Houle, Steve Fr .... 40
Houser, Richard Sr .... 214
Houston, Brenda Fr .,,. 135
Howard, Kellie Soph .... 152
Howard, Margaret Soph ,... 144, 152
Howard, Ricky Soph .... 132
Howard, Susan jr .... 172
Howell, Lisa Fr .... 135
Howell, Mark Fr ,... 135
Howle, Steven Fr ,... 135
Hubbard, Chris Sr .,.. 214
Hubbard, Daniel Sr .,., 40
Hubbard. Dianna Soph ,... 90. 152, 82
Hudman, Ronnie jr .... 172
Hudson, Margaret jr .... 89 '
Huff, janice Sr .... 214
Huggins, Britt Sr .... 214
Hughs, Bowds Fr, .
Hughes, jan jr. . . ,
Hughes, janice jr. .
. , 135
. . 173
Hughes, Margaret Soph .... 143, 152
Hughes, Mike Fr. .
Hughes, Toie Fr .... 135
Huitt, james jr .... 214
Huitt, jeff Soph ,,,.
39, 152, 60
"And rhat's the tnith, by gum!" plbsrhes jerry Baird.
Humphrey, james jr .... 90, 173
Humphries, Bob Fr ,,,. 135
Humphries, Patricia jr ..., 20, 89, 173, 107
Hunter, Bennett Fr .... 135
Hutchinson, Claudia jr .... 79, 169, 175
Hutchinson, Marietta Fr .... 128, 135, 142, 107
Hyndman, Pamela Fr ,... 135
lmmell, David jr .... 173
Immell, Michael jr .... 89, 173
Impell, Trena Fr .... 135
Ingram, Ronnie Fr ..., 40, 135
Irvine, Emily Soph .... 152
Irvine, Marta Sr .... 214, 78, 107, 98
ISABELL, DILLARD . . . 40, 41, 126
Ivy, jan Sr .... 214
jackson, Carol . . . 50
jackson, Diane Sr ..,. S1
jackson, Earl Fr ..., 40, 135, 60
jackson, Harold . . . 48
jackson, Lendell . . . 112
jackson, Margie Fr .... 135
jackson, Reuben Fr .... 90
jacobs, Billy Fr ,.., 88, 183
jacobs, Randy Fr ,,.. 135
jacobs, Rusty Sr .,.. 215, 62, 64
jacot, Lydia Fr .... 135
jalbert, Mark Soph .... 152
james, Hatcher Sr ..,, 215
james, Hollis Sr ,... 215
james, Royce Sr .... 215
Janell sf .... 99. 215
William Soph .... 152, zu
Clifford jr .... 173, B6
jary, Suzie jr .... 173, 107
jary, Trey Sr ,.., 27
jean, john Soph ,... 152, 56
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jenkins, Harricat Sr .... 215
jenson, Gail Sr ....
jetton, Robert Sr .... 27, 215, 102, 77
johnson, Bill . . . 96
johnson, Bnice Fr .,.. 135, 48
johnson, Carl Soph .... 152
johnson, Damell jr .,.. 173, 42, 45, 44
johnson, David Fr ,,,. 135
johnson, Dawn, jr .... 173
johnson Dianna Soph .... 85
johnson Freddie Fr .... 70, 135
johnson, Gary Soph .... 39, 152
johnson, Garry Soph .... 152
johnson, Glenda Sr .... 89
johnson, Irma jr ,... 215, 78
johnson, joanna Fr .... 135
johnson, Lane Fr .... 135
johnson, Marlene Sr ,,,. 215, 109
johnson, Marshall jr .... 84, 86
johnson, Nancy jr .... 173
johnson, Pat jr .... 173, 106, 105
johnson, Sarah Fr ..,, 135
johnson, Shelley Sr ..., 215
johnson, Steven Soph .... 152
johnson, William jr .... 173, 215, 47, 86, 95
jones, Barbara Fr .... 135
jones, Bemard . . . B7 '
jones, Danny Fr ....
jones, David Sr .... 25, 185, 215, 56
jones, Deborah Ft ,... 135
jones, Denise Fr .,,.
jones, Eddie Sr ,... 216
jones, Kenneth jr ..., 208, 209
jones, Leland Soph ,... 152
jones, Mark Sr .,.. 20, 184, 216, 153
jones, Nancy Fr ,.,, 135
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Sheila Soph .... 101, 152
Steve jr .... 173
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"See there really is a Santa," says Donna Forester in the arms of john Ryan.
"Mommy, Mommy!" cries a distressed Anne
jordan, Dub jr .... 173
jordan, Elizabeth jr ..,. 77, 101, 118, 173
joseph, Herbert Soph .... 152, 92
julian, Mark jr .... 33, 34, 36, 173, 194, 64, 60,
jung, Patty Fr ..,. 135
KAHN, DAISY . . . 119
Kalka, Marian Fr .... 135
KAMENITSA, BILL . . . 127
Kammer, Linda Fr .... 135
Kane, Grady jr .... 173
Kankle, Beatrice jr .,.. 173
Kauffman, Debbie Fr .... 135
Kauffman, Houston jr ..,. 27, 33, 76, 163, 173
Kawalski, judi Soph .... 152
Kay, Barbara jr .,.. 173, 50
Keahey, Kim Soph .... 152, 75
Keeton, Angela Fr ..,. 135
Keeton, Bill Sr .,.. 216
Keffer, Nancy Fr ..,. 135, 107
Keil, Karen jr .... 68, 166, 173, 183, 104, 106,
Kellerman, Shelley Sr .... 216
Kelley, june Sr .... 53, 216
Kelley, Patrick Soph .... 52, 47, 48
Kelley, Scot: jr ..., 175
Kelly, Charles jr .... 173, 64
Kelly, jeff Sr .,.. 108, 216
Kelly, Molly Sr .... 217
Kennedy, D. D. Fr .... 135
Kennedy, Elben Sr ..,, 24, 33, 217, 71, 194, 64.
42, 104, 106, 105, 198, 191, ao, 82, 190, 107, 100
Kennen, Beth Fr ,,.. 135
Kent, john Soph .... 70, 152
Kent, Kathy Sr ,... 217
Kerr, Allison jr .... zo, 175, 71, 194, so, 195, 163,
Kidd, Ann Soph ..., 152
Kilgore, Kirk Sr ,... 217, 95
Kimbrough, Charles Soph ..., 152
Kimbrough, Faye Sr .... 88, 217
King, Bob jr ..,. 173
King, David Sr .,.. 217, 105
KING, JACKIE . . . us
King, Karen Sr ..,. 217, 218
King, Kath Fr ..,. 135
Kinnaird, David Soph .... 42, 152, 45, 47
KINNEY, DON , . , 127
Kirkpatrick, james Fr .,.. 135
Kirkpatrick, john Soph .,.. 152
KIRKS, CORNELIA . . . 120
Kite, Gary Sr .,,. 127, 217
Kite, Phil Fr .... 135
Knapp, Paula , . . 99
Knight, Pat jr ..,. 174
Knopp, john Fr ..,. 135
Knopp, Paula Sr .,.. 88, 217
Knowles, Baxter jr .... 174, 86
Knudsen, Bridget Soph .... 90, 135
Koger, Susan Sophf . . 153
Kollmeier, Alan Sr .... 217
Kollmeier, janet Soph .... 118, 153
Korenek, Diane Soph ..., 153
Krause, james Sr .,,. 217
Krauter, Mary Sr .,.. 217
Krebbs, Debbie Fr .... 135
Krieger, David Sr .... 20, 217, 42, 43, 45, 44, 46
Kropka, Bnice Soph ..,, 153
Kropka, Mary Fr .,.. 135
Kuchat, Amy Fr .... 135
Kudlaty, Frank Soph .... 153
Kuhn, Karen Ft .... 135
Kurk, Sharon Sr ..,. 217
Kutchinski, Kerry Sr .,.. 135, 217
LaBoon, David jr .,,. 33
Laboon, Deborah Soph .... 153, 174
LagGrone, Emmett Soph .... 153
Lahmer, Lynn jr ,,.. 174 i
Lamb, Nanq' Fr ..,. 136
Lambert, Suzanne jr .... 174 y
lamers, Liz Fr .... 109, 136 '
laminack, Renee Soph .... 153
Landers, Aniecc Sr .,.. 217 ,
l.andreaux, Don Soph .... 153
Lane, janice Sr ,,.. 217 1
Lane, Ronald Soph .... 86, 153, 87
Larsen, Vicki Sr .... 90. 92, 217 ,
l4Salle, Bill soph .... 59, iss, 93
LaSalle, Laurie Sr .... 107, 217 1
Iatham, Bill Fr .... 136
Laufer, jeff Fr .,.. 60, 136
Law. Patricia jr .... 174
law, Sue Soph ..,. 153
Law, Susanne Sr .... 217
Lawless, Carol Soph ,... 153
lawrence, Roy Soph .... 153
Lawson, Charles Fr ..,. 136
Lazo, Dale Soph .... 84, 86, 155
Leatherwood, Debbie Soph .... 153
Lechc, Karl jr ,,.. 26, 27
Loc, jimmy Fr .... 136, 56
Lee, joann Sr .... 217 1
Lee, Mellisa Soph ..,. 153
Leggett, Vikki Fr .... 136
umife, Thalia Soph .... isa 1
Laemire, William Fr .... 136 5
Lenderman, Linda Fr .... 88, 136
Lennon, Susan Fr .... 136
Leon, Alera jr ..,. 174 1
Leonard, Charles Soph .,.. 153
Leonard, Louise Sr .... 185, 217
LERRET, ELVA . . . 16, 120
Lesko, Suzie Soph .... 136
Leslie, Kristi Soph .... 153, 50
Lewis, james Fr ..., 136
Lewis, Sharon Soph .... 155
Lidstone, Fred jr .,.. 174 ' 1
Lievrouw, Chuck Sr .... 106, 217, 105, 190, 191
Linan, Manuel jr ..,. 174, 60 1
Linden, Daniel jr ..,. 174, 52
Lindsay, Ann jr ..,. 70, 169, 174, 71
Lindsay, Robert Sr ..., 72, 217
LIONBERGER, BERNARD . . .70,123,112,81 ,
Litsey, Julie soph .... 89, iss
Little, Pam jr .... 89, 174
Livingston, Holly Sr ..., 217, 190 1
Lloyd, Baron Soph .... 90, 153
Lloyd, Igor Fr .... 136
Lobreacht, Laura Sr .... 217
Lock, Pauline Soph .,,. 153
Lock, Sharon jr .... 77, 174
lockaby, janet Fr .... 128, 136
Lockhart, Douglas Fr .... 87, 136
Long, Lindsey jr .... 174
Long, Susan Fr ..., 88, 136
Loock, David Soph .... 38, 35, 153
lopez, june Fr ..,, 136
Lopez, Margaret jr .... 174
lopez, P11 Soph .... isa l
Lorenzo, Heather Soph.
Loveall, Mary Ann Fr. .
Lovelace, Richard Fr ..,, 40, 136, 60
Lowrance, johnny jr .... 174
Lowry, Kathy jr .... 174
Loyd, Kathy Fr .... 136
Lucas, David Fr .... 40, 136
Luckett, james Soph. . .
MacDonld, jo Anne Sr ..,. 88
McDonald, Shannon Sr, , . , 218, 55, 102, 105
McDowell, Debbie Sr .... 94, 218
McFadden, Debrah jr ..,. 175
McGarrah, Scott Fr ,,.. 90, 137
McGill, Melody jr .,., 175
McGinnis, Norman Fr .... 40, 59, 60
McGlohen, Lix Sr. . . . 105, 204, 218
Moore, Trudy Fr .... 137
LUDIKER, HOMER . . . 80, 115, 139, 75, 76
Lundquist, Mark jr .,., 174
Lusk, Charles . . , 47
Lusk, Ronald jr .... 26, 33
Luttrell, Dwight jr .... 174, 64, 61
Luttrell, Garyljr .... 174
Lutz, Herbert Sr ,... 217
McGlynn, Helen Sr. .
McGraw, jackie Sr. . ,
. . 204, 219
McKay, Ann Sr .... 71, 202, 219, 102
McKee, james Sr ....
McKenzie, Billy S1 .... 25, 7s, 219, 71, sz
McLaren, Melanie Sr.
McLure, Chuck Fr. . .
Lyle, Ruth jr ,... 174
Lysiak, Richard Sr .... 33, 217, 92, 97
MACLIN, ROLAND , . . 17, 33, 123, 112, 64
Madewell, Rodney Soph .... 153
MAGGARD, DAVID . . . 127, 52
Magness, Cynthia Soph.
MAGNON, VANITA .
Mahan, Milo Sr .... 73, 217
Mahanay, Mary Fr .... 38, 136
Mahurin, Theresa, Sr .... 217, 50
Malin, Ricky Fr .,,.
Maloe, john Sr .... 218
Malone, Debra Fr .... 74
Maline, Susan Fr .... 136, 143, 50
Manicom, Susan Sr .... 53, 174, 107
Mann, Lynette Sr ,... 89, 218
Mm, Tim 51 ..., 174, 64,61
Mansker, Tera Sr., . . 25, 101, 218 71, 189,
McMahan, Greg jr .... 175
McMahan, john Soph .... 154
McMahan, Larry Sr .... 219
McMahan, Marsha Sr .... 219
McMahan, Mike Fr .... 40, 137
McMahon, julie Soph .... 154
McMahon, Laura Fr ..,. 137, 107
McMillan, Nelia jr .... 175, 54, 55
Metcalf, Gary Fr .... 4
Metcalf, Mark Soph. . .
. ss, 89
Metzger, Mary Kay jr .... 175
MEYER, DONNA . . .
Meyers, Stephen jr .... 175
Mooney, Michael Soph .... 39, 154, 64, 61
Moore, Beverly Sr. . .
Moore, David . . . 59
. 53, 219
Moore, Douglas jr .... 176
MOORE, jANET . .
. 93, 123
Moore, Melaine Soph .... 154
Moore, Mike Sr .... 100, 101, 219, 52
Moore, Paul St .... 219
Mickelson, Ted Soph .... 154
Middleton, Diane jr .... 175
Middleton, Reggie Soph .,.. 89, 154
Miller, Becker Fr ..,. 137
Miller, Doris Fr .... 88
Miller, james Fr .... 175
Miller, john Soph .... 90. 92, 154
Miller, Keith Soph .... 38, 9, 70, 154, 60
MILLER, LINDA . . . 119
Moore, Ronald Soph .... 154, 60
Moore, Rusty Ft .... 137
Moore, Steve Sr.
Moore, Susan Sr,
. , . aa. sv, 220. 64
Fr .... 137
. . . 220
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MITCHELL, JEAN . . . 119, 218, 112, 97
Mantzke, Debbie Soph .,.. 153
Manus, janet Soph .,..
Maples, Bonnie Fr .... 136
Maples, Lisa Soph .,..
Marchesseau, Amelie Soph .... 153
Marchesseau, Trisha Soph .... 70, 153, 161
MARSH, MARY . . . 70, 119
Martin, Debbie Soph .... 153
Martin, Debra Sr .... 218
Martin, Donald jr ..., 174
Martin, .Edward Fr .... 136
Martin, Ken Sr .... 38, 218
Martin, Kenneth Fr .... 136
Martin, Leigh Soph .,,, 153
Manin, Lisa Fr .,.. 136, 90
Martindale, Kenneth Soph .,.. 153
Martinez, Manuel Fr .... 136
Mascher, Diana Fr .... 136, 89
Mascher, Kelly Soph .... 38, 39, 40, 8, 154
Mason, Lois Fr .... 136, 60
Mason, Thomas Soph .... 39, 154
Massinghill, Bema jr .... 174
Masters, Bill Fr .... 136
Masters, Todd Fr .... 137, 86, 87
Mastin, Iautn Sr .... 99, 128
Mathisen, Mark Sr .... 218
Matteson, Martha Sr .... 218
Matthews, David Sr .... 218
Maughan, Brenda Soph .... S9
MAXEY, CHRISTINA , . . 127
Mayfield, Lynn Fr ..,. 137
Mayo, Paul jr .... 89, 174
Mayo, Yvonne Fr. . . 89, 137
McALI.ISTER, LOYCE . . , 115
McAllister, Robert Fr .,,. 137
McCampbell, Kevin Soph ..,. 154, 52
McCann, Carrie Fr .... 137, 109
McCann, Russell Soph .... 154, 61
ON THE HOUR
Miller, Marsha Sr .,..
Miller, Melissa Soph, .
Lindy Soph .... 148, 154, 56, 57
. . 154
Miller, Susie jr ,... 176
Mills, Danny Soph. . .
. 154, 61
Minton, Martha Soph .... 154
Misner, Monica jr ....
Misso, Frankie Sr .... 89, 219, 28, 192
Misuk, jerre Sr .... 219
Montanio, Ginny Sr ..,, 89
Moreland, Debra Fr .... 137
Morgan, Deborah Soph .... 154
MORGAN, HORACE . . . 126, 135, 112, 56
Morgan, joseph Soph .... 154
Morgan, Karen jr ..,. 91, 176
Morgan, Kathy Sr .... 91, 176
Morgan, Kathy Sr ..., 102, 104, 106, 105, 107,
Morris, Debby Sr .... 24, 73, 188, 220, 189, 194,
105, 198, 79
Morris, Kellye Sr. , .
. 220, 102
Morris, jennie Fr .... 137
Morris, Michael Soph .... 154
Morris, Mike Sr .... 33, 35, 220
Morris, Rebecca Soph .... 155
MORRIS, REGINA . . . 125, 113
Morris, Sherry jr .... 72, 79, 169, 183, 232
Morris, Toni Soph ,... 98, 155
MORRISON, EVELYN . . , 119
Morrison, Mike Sr, . . . 33
Morton, Kevin jr .,.. 176
Morton, Russ Fr ....
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"Darn it, my watch has stopped!" exclaims an anxious Verne Garrison, on an afternoon visit
the Pate Museum of Transportation,
McNabb, joseph Fr ,... 89
Meacham, Patti Sr .,.. 219
Meacham, Renee jr
Mendez, Lorenzo jr .,.. 86, 175
McCann, William Sr ..,. 218, 60
McCartney, Rhonda Soph .... 154
McClain, Cynthia Soph ,... 83, 154
MCCLENDON, ADELLE . . . 116
McCloud, Melissa Fr .... 137
McCloud, Rusty jr .... 174, 71, 42
MCCLUNEY, EVELYN . . . 118, 140, 112
McClung, Diane jr. . 75, 174
McConkey, Vicki jr .... 174
McCreary, Lynn Soph .... 154, 109
McCully, Charles jr .... 174
McCulley, Martha Fr ,... 137
McCurey, Blake Fr. . 137
McCutchen, Gene Fr .... 40, 137, 60
McCuthen, jeff Fr. . 137
McDaniel, Alan Soph .... 154
McDaniel, Edward Fr .... 86, 137, 87
McDaniel, Guy jr .... 175, za, 86, 87
McDermott, Buzz Sr. . 218
Fr .... 137
Meador, Sallie jr .,.. 89, 175
Means, Gale Soph .... 154
Means, Stephanie Soph .... 89
Meeks, April jr ,... 175
Meeks, Regina Fr .... 137
MELTON, MARTHA . . . 116, 102
Mendez, Alfred jr ..,. 175
Mendez, Oscar Soph .... 154
Mendoza, Anna Marie
Fr .... 137
Menikos, Mark Soph .... 50, 154, 92
Mercer, Mack Jr .... 32, 33, 34, 37, 175, 62, ss,
Mercer, Tommy Sr. . .
Merkel, Randy jr ,...
Merkel, Ricky jr .,..
. ss, 37, 219, 23, 19-1
Merrill, Katy jr .... 168, 175, 105
Merrill, Skippy Sr. . .
Merriman, jeffrey Ft.
. . .137
Merriman, Michael jr ..., 175
Meserole, Margaret Fr .... 137
Mitchell, Bob 11 ..., 176
Mitchell, Dennis Soph.
Moser, janice Fr ,... 137
Moser, Susan Sr .... 98, 220
Mosier, Clarence Sr ..,. 26
Mosier, Deborah jr .... 90, 176
Mosier, Mike Sr .... 33, 220
Rusty Soph .... 90, 155
Susan Sr .... 20, 98
Mote, Marie jr .... 176
Mueller, Susan Sr .... 53, 220,
, Robert Soph .... 39, 155
Mullins, Bill Fr ..,. 137
Mullins, Cindy Fr .... 137, 50
Mullins, Mark Sr .... 220
Mulry, Randy Sr .... 33, 220, 60
Mummcrt, Michele jr ..,, . 176, 177
Mundheim, joanne jr .... 176
MURPHEY, VIVIAN . . . 80, 119
Murphey, Diana Sr ,... 220
Murray, Kim jr ..,. 53, 108, 176
Myers, Greg Soph ..,. 56, 149, 57
Myers, Steve . . . 87
David jr .... 176
Charles jr ..,. 176
Neathery, judy Soph .... 89, 155
Nelson, Eileen . . . 96
Nelsom, Cecil jr .,.. 86, 176
Neusse, Wincie jr .,,. 24, 177
Newman, Danny Sr .... 220
Newman, Greg Soph .... 38, 39, 155
Nichols, Betty jean Soph ....
Nichols, Cathy Sr .... 220
Nichols, Dina Fr .... 220
Nichols, Lezley Sr .,., 220
, Paul jr .... 105, 90, 177
, Tracey jr .... 177
Mitchell, Mark Fr .... 137, 56
Mitchell, Nancy Soph.
Mitchell, Robert Fr. , .
Mitchell, Sherry Sr. . .
Mitsch, Cam Fr .... 137
Modlin, Glenda jr ....
Moehlier, julie Fr ....
Mohler, Susan Fr ....
Molphus, jane Fr ....
Montague, George Sr. .
Montague, Stuart, Fr. .
, 137, 97, 87
Nieswiadomy, Katherine St ..,, 220
Soph .... 155
Nissen, joretta Soph .... 155
Nissen, Pamela Sr .... 220
Nitcher, Randy Fr ,... 90, 138
Nordbrock, Nancy Fr .... 138
Nolan, Debbie Sr ,... 220
Nordeck, Tom jr .... 162, 177
Monahan, jim jr .,,. 90, 176
. . 25, 27, 186, 187, 219,
. . 24, 40, 78, 137, 129
Montanio, jinny Sr .... 99, 219
Montgomery, Alan Sr .... 219
Montgomery, Virginia jr ,... 176
Monzingo, Marc jr. . .
Monzingo, Scott Fr. . .
Moody, David Fr .,.. 137, 64, 61
Mooney, David Fr .... 61
Norman, Beth Soph .... 155
Norris, Rodennia Soph .... 89
Nowlin, Martha Soph ..,. 155
Nowlin, Shelly Sr .... 185, 220, 55, 102, 105
Nunez, jose Sr ,... 220, 201
Oelschlager, Cathi Sr .,., 90, 220
Oelschlager, Ramona Soph .... 90, 155
Oglesby, Alona Fr ..., 138
Oglesby, Robert Fr .... 40, 41, 138, 49, 48
O'Grady, Kim jr .... 177
OLIVER, BARBARA , . . 126
Olson, Diane jr .... 99, '177, 92
O'MalleY. D'Ann Soph .... 101, 155, 28, 78
Omberg, Terri jo Soph .... 89, 155
O'Neal Bruce jr .... 177
O'Nea1 David Fr .... 138
O'Neal, Lisa Fr .,., 158
O'Neall, David Sr. , . 221
Oney, jack Fr .... 40, 138
Oney, jo Gayle Soph .... 155
Orr, Andy Fr .... 40, 138, 60, 48
Orr, Tommy Soph .,.. 155
O'Shea, Margaret Sr .... 221
Orte, jim Sr .... 177, 221, 42
Otte, Susie jr .... 92, 177
Owen, Bobby Soph .... 155
Owen, Arthur Fr .... 90, 138
Owens, Debbie . . 1 50
Owenby, Lee Andrea Soph .... 155
Pacheco, Danny Fr ..., 131
Palva, Dolores Fr .... 138
Palmer, Deborah Soph .... 154, 155
Palmer, Mike Sr .... 221
Palmer, Neal . . . 138
Panky, Pat Fr .... 56, 138
Pankey, Steve jr ..,. 177
Pappas, Debbie Fr .... 88, 133, 138
Pardue, Donna jr .... 177
PARI-IAM, MARY . . . 124
Parker, Alton Soph .... 155
Parker, Carol . . . 96
Parker, Dale . . . 58, 59
Parker, Dede Soph .... 155
Parker, joy Soph ,... 138
Parker, Kelli Sr .,.. 89, 102
Parker, Pat Fr ,... 138
Parkman, Deborah Soph ,... 155, 109
PARMETER, LUCILLE . . . 125
Parsons, Marie Sr .... 88, 221
Paschal, Deborah Fr ,.., 138
Pate, Sharon Soph .,., 155
Patsel, Robert Fr .,,. 138
Patterson, Gary . . . 64
Patron, Gerald Soph .... 85, 155, 157, 84
Patton, Wayne Soph ,... 155
Paxton, Bill jr .... 177
Peacock, Eddie Sr .... 221
Peacock, Nora jr ,.,. 177
PEACOCK, RICHARD . . . 127
Pearson, Debbie Sr ..,. 221
Pearson, Shari Soph .... 155
Peck, Vicki Sr .... 221, 96
Peel, Bnice Fr .... 40, 138
Peeler, Glen Soph .... 56
Pelton, Bart jr .... 177
Pendleton, bee Sr .,.. 26, 27, 221
Pendleton, Nancy Soph ..., 155
Pennix, Curtis Soph .... 155
Perez, Leticia Sr ..,. 221
Perez, Rossana Fr ..., 138
Perez, Sylvia jr ,... 81, 122, 177
Perkins, Nita Soph ..,. 155
Perkins, Paula Soph .,,. 89, 155
Perkins, Phillip jr .,.. 177
Permne, Kim Fr .... 101, 128, iss, 165, 78, 107
Perry, Mike Fr .... 60, 138
Peters, joe Soph ,... 155
Peters, Kevin Soph .... 155
Peterson, Carol Sr .... 20, 53, 221
Peterson, Chris Soph .... 155
Peterson, George Fr .... 138
Peterson, Sandra , . , 101 155
Petty, Skylar jr .,.. 177
Pewirt, Susan Soph .... 155
Pewitt, Valerie Fr .... 138
Phelan, Cara Beth Sr .... 90, 221, 92
Phillips, Barbara . . . 177
Phillips, Barry Sr ..,. ss, 54, ss
Phillips, jeannine jr .... 177, 204
Phillips, julie Fr ..,. 138, 50
Phillips, Kathy Soph ,... 155
Phillips, Ricky Sr .... 204
Phillips, Tommy Soph .... 156
Phillips, Valerie Soph .... 156
Phipps, Raynetta Fr .... 88, 138
Phiripes, Nicky Sr ..,. 185, 221
Pierce, Collett Soph .... 83, 156
Pierce, james . , . 51, 52
Pierce, Patrick jr .... 86
Pierce, Peggy Soph .... 90
Pierson, David Sr .... 94, 221
, Mark soph ..., 101, 156
Pirtle, Bill Jr ,.,. 177
Pittman, Brad Sr .... 33, 34, 221
Plowman, Lisa jr .... 177
Polk, Emory . . . 84
Pollard, Kerry Sr .... 201, 221
PORTER, MAGGIE . . . 116
Tom jr .... 177, 61
Powell, Betty Sr .... 221
Powell, Clifton Soph .,,, 156
Darrell Sr .... 221
Glenda Fr .... 89, 138
Tony Fr .... 158
Powolny, Gladys Fr .,., 138
Prachyl, Nicky Fr .... 138
l, Paula Sr .... 221
, Mark Jr .... 47, 177
Price, Dezi Fr .... 138
Price, Erin Fr .,.. 89, 138
PRICE, IRENE . . . 120
Price, Kip, jr .... 161
Price, Peggy jr .... 89, 177, 204, 205
Price, Phillip jr ..,, 177
PRIDDY, MERLIN . . , 17, 33, 126, 60
Loyce jr ..., 177
Propper, Alan jr ,,.. 177
Pruden, David jr .... 54, 55, 177
Pnid'homme, Kay Sr ,... 20, 221, 192
juanira Soph .... 156
The faces have been changed to protect the in
RICE, C. B ,... 127
Rice, Susan Sr .... 222
Rice, Wilber Soph .... 156, iss, 159
Richards, Deborah Fr .... 139
Richards, Karen jr .... 178
RICHARDS, MARCY . . . 124
Richards, Melba Fr ,... 139
Richards, Steve jr ,... 178
Richardson, Alan jr .... 178, 102
Pulido, Leticia Fr .... 138
Pumphrey, jefl jr .... 38, 39, 177
Pumphrey, Paggy Soph ..., 156, 28
Pumell, Toni Fr .... 138
Purvis, Gary Sr ..,, 184, 221
Pyle, Linda Sr .... 102, 106, 105
Qualls, Tilmon Soph .... 156
Queen, Mel Fr .,,. 138
QUIMBY, BETTY . . . 119,218,112
Richardson, Dave Fr .... 40, 41, 139, 61
Richardson, Rae Soph .... 156
Richardson, Sam Fr ,.., 139
RICHMOND, NEIL . . . 127
Ricketts, Vennie Sr .... 222
Ricketts, Freed Soph .... 156
Cindy Fr .,,, 136, 139, 194, 50,
Rieber, Tom jr .,.. 53, 64, 61
Rife, David Soph .,,, 156
Riise. Randy Sr .... 222
Riley, Daniel jr .... 178
Riley, Deborah jr .,,, 178
Riley, Douglas Fr .... 159
Ruttiner, Baron Sr .... 222
, . ,,,g,'g.,,,
"Who are those people up there?" questions jahn York.
Rader, Reggie Sr .... 33, 222
Radar, Renee Fr .... 70, 138
Rambo, Kimberly Soph .... 156
Ramsey, Cathy jr .... 177
Ramsey, Dede jr .... 94, 177, 71
Ramsey, Doug Fr .,.. 138
Ramsey, Meme jr .... 177
Rancher, Carla Fr ..,. 138
Rankin, joe jr .... 178, 55
Rankin, john Fr .... 138, 52
Ratccill, Debbie Soph ..,. 156
swan Sr ,... ss, ss, zzz
Rivera, Esther Fr ..., 139
Roach, Vincent Soph .... 38, 39, 156, 79
Roan, jerry Sr .... 222
Roberson, Donnie Fr .... 139
Roberts, Guy jr .... 55, 178
Roberts, Sara Soph .... 144, 156
Roberts, Tina Fr .... 139
Roberts, Winford Soph ,,.. 86, 87
Robertson. jack Sr ,... 204
ROBERTSON, jOHN . . . 112
Robertson, Keith Sr ..,. 222
Robertson, Ronnie Fr .... 139
Robertson, Steven Soph ..,, 156
Ratliff, Dave Sr .... 68, 222, 71, 29, 42, 69
Ratliif, Lisa Soph .... 83, 156, 129, 74
Ratlifi, louise Soph .... 156
Ratliff, Robin Soph .... 156
Ray, Beckie Sr .... 25, 27, 72, iso, 187, 222, zoo,
Ray, Chris Fr .... 138
Ray, I-Iarrier Soph ..,, 68, 156
RAY, LEON . . . 115, 113, 80, 69
Reconnu, john jr .... 88
Records, Shari jr ..,, 178
Reed, Chrisann Soph .,.. 156
Reed, Donna Soph .... 83, 156
Reed, judy Soph .,.. 156
Reed, Mike Sr ..., iss, zoz, 222, 224, 22, 194,
189, 191, 190
Reed, Robin Soph .... 53, 178
Reed, Stephen Soph .... 156
Robertson, Tanya jr .,.. 178
Robeson, Mike Soph .... 156
Robinson, David Sr .... 222
n, Earl Fr .... 89
Robinson, Kathy Soph .... 156
Robinson, Milton Sr .... 33, 88, 208, 22
Robinson, Olean Sr ..,. 88, 208, 222
Robison, Connie jr ..., 178
Robison, Wanda Fr .... 139
Robshaw, Rachel Soph ,... 156
Roe, Karen Fr .... 139
Roe, Mary Fr ,... 88, 139
Rogers, Charlotte Soph .... 157
Rogers, Debbie Sr .... 222
Rogers, Karen Fr .... 139
Rogers, Sally Soph .... 83, 157
Rogers, Susan Fr .... 139
Romer, Kris Fr ..,. 139
Romero, Laura Fr .... 139
Reeves, Billy Fr ,.,. 138
Reeves, Kathey Fr .... 138
Reeves, Linden Sr .,.. 222
Tom jr .... 17s
Reid, Tommy Sr .,,. 222
Renfro, Mark Fr, . 1 . 40, 138, 140, 60
Rominger, Bob Sr .... 17, 204, 205, 223
Rosa, Angilique Soph ..,. 157
ROSS, BEVERLY . . . 70, 116, 147, 71,
Ross, Chuck Fr ..,. 70, 101, 12s, 139
Rowe, Barbara Sr ,,,. 223, 98
Ruiz, jerry Sr .... 223
Renfro, Michael Soph .... 58, 39, 156, 60
Retz, Mike Soph .... 156
Reyes, Carol Fr .... 89, 138
Reyes, Mary Fr ,... 139
Reyna, Cynthia Fr .... 139
Reyna, Gloria jr .... 178, 81
Reynolds, Fred Fr ..., 139, 56
Reynolds, janet Sr ..., 222
Reynolds, john Soph .,., 156
Reynolds, Patty Soph .... 156
Reynolds, Roxene Sr .... 222, 96
Rex, Glenn Fr ,,.. 139, 56
RHOADES, MITT . . . 112, 115
Rhodes, Lisa Fr .... 139
Rhodes, Theresa Sr .... 88, 222
Rundcll, Mike Sr .... 53, 223
Runyon, Curtis Sr .... 223, 62, 65, 64
Runyon, Mike Soph .... 157
Russell, jeane Fr .... 139
Russell, Lee Ann Soph .... 157
Russell, Melvin Soph .... 38, 39, 157
Russell, Nancy Soph .,.. 157
Rosa Sr .... 88
Rutledge, Pete Soph .... 54, 55, 157
Ryan, john Sr .... 88, 223, 224, 234
Ryan, Richard Soph .... 157
Paul Sr ,.,. 20, 223, 71, 237
Sabbagh, Maha jr .... 178
Sagona, Alma Soph .... 157
Saladino, Sheila Fr .... 139
Samer, Nancy Soph ,.., 157
Sammons, Kathy Soph .... 157
Sample, Buddy jr .... 178, 64, 61
Sanders, Bobby jr .... 178
Sanders, Cheryl Soph ,... 157
Sanders, jim Sr .... 178
Sanders, Patricia jr .... 178
Sanders, Sally Fr .... 139
Sanders, Susan Sr ..., 223
Sanders, Toy Sr .... 223
Sanderson, john Sr .... 223
Sanford, Allen Sr .... 223
Sanford, Bob Fr .,.. 33, 139
Sanford, Casey jr ..,. 178, 60, 59, 60
smford, Cheryl Soph .... 157 '
Seriven, Rick Sr .... S9
Settle, Nanq' Soph .,.. 157
Setzer, Iakie jr .... 179, 92
Seward, Cathy Sr ..,. 223
Sharp, janet Fr ..,, 139
SHARP, JOHN B .... 115
Sharp, john Soph .... 157, 47
Sharp, Marla jean Sr .... 223, 96
Sharp, Steve Fr ..., 139
Sharratt, Donald Soph .... 157
Sharrat, Mike jr .... 179. 52, 92
Shaw, joe Soph .... 157
Shelley, Ricky Fr .,.. 139
Shelton, Bill jr .... 90, 179, 92
Shelton, Kathy Sr ,... 68, 218, 223, 78
Shelton, Randy Soph .... 157, 85, 86, 84
Sheppard, Paula Sr .... 204, 204, 223, 107
SHERMAN, CHRISTINE . . . 115
"If I put my nose on the glass, will I smell the sea?" questions Paul Rydell.
Sanford, john Fr .... 139
Sanford, Mark Sr ,,,, 211, 223
iapankevych, Anne Soph ,.,. 157, 92, 109, 80
iapankevych, james Fr .... 139, 87
iapp, Duhon Soph .... 90, 157
iarrett, Danny Sr ,... 223
Sari-ctr, Vicki Soph. '. . 1 157
Sarsgard, Debbie jr .... 68, 101, 166, 178
iattawhite, Sylvia Sr .... 223, 77
Saurenmann, joanne Sr ..,. 223, 98
QAVAGE, LYNN . 1 . 120
lavage, Tad Fr .... 139
Schaeffer, Gigi jr ,,.. 68, 166, 178
iehaeffer, Susan jr ,.,. 68, 166, 178, 77
icheihing, Billy F1 ..,. 40, 41, 139, 129, 59, is, vs
Sehelper, Scott Soph .... 157, 87
ichiller, Stan Sr ..,, 55
ichlegal, Bobby . . . 89
Schlagel, Gomer 1 1 . 90
Schloedcr, jennifer jr .... 17B
Schmidt, Cathryn jr ..,. 178, 92
Schopp, Billy Fr .... 139
Schoop, linda . . . 126, 134
Schulman, Billy jr .... 178
Schulman, Robert jr .... 88, 178
Schwab, Diane Sr .... 223, 50
Schwartz, Debbie Sr .... 223
Schwartz, Diane Soph .... 157
Scoggins, Cynthis Sr .... 223
Scott, Cindy Fr ..,. 139
SCOTT, DOROTHY . 1 . 125, za, ai
Scott, Huffy jr .... 26, 33, 179
Scott, john Sr .... 223
Scriven, Rick Sr .... 223
Scull, jo Jr ,,.. 119
Scurr, Tommy Soph ..., 157
Seaberry, jan jr .... 179, 23
Seabom, lna jr .... 179
Self, Donna Sl' .... 70, 71, 202, 218, 223, 201, 76
Sherman, Denise Soph .... 89, 157
Sherrill, Wanda Fr ..., 139
Sherrod, Katie Fr ,... 128, 139, 109
Shipman, Douglas Sr .... 123
Shipman, Valerie jr .... 179
Shipman, Ware Fr ..., 40, 143, 139
Shively, Phil Jr ..,. 179
Shively, Susie Fr ..., 139
shopi, Billy F1 ,... se
Sides, Tony Fr ..., 139
Sikcs, Beverly Sr .,.. 223
Sikes, Charla Fr .... 139, 138
Silvestri, Andrea Fr .,.. 139
SIMS, WILLIAM . . . 123
Simmons, Steve jr .... 179
Simmons, David Fr .... 40, 139
Simmons, Mac Fr .... 40, 143, 139
Simms, Ricky Fr ,... 41
Simonds, Teresa Fr .... 139
Simowitz, Deborah Fr .... 139
Simpkins, Cynthia jr .... 179
Sims, Cynthis jr .... 179
Sims, LI.oyd Sr .,.. 210, 223
Sims, Ricky . . . 139
Singleton, Mike Soph .... 157
Skinner, jim Soph .,.. 90, 157
SKIPWORTH, MARY 1 . . 115, 83
Slaughter, Kristofer jr .... 179
Slavik, Cindy Fr ,... 140
Sledge, Debra jr .... 179
Slemmons, Kyann Soph .... 157
Small, Steve Fr ..,. 70, 140
Smiley, Randy Soph .,,. 157, 47
Smith, Beverly Sr ,... 223
Smith, Bobby jr .,.. 33, 34, 37, 179, 62, 64, 232
Smith, Brad jr .... 179, 71
Smith, Caren Soph .... 157
Smith, Carl Sr .... 223
Smith, Cathy jr ,... 169, 179
Smith, Cheri Soph .... 157, 102, 23, 79
Smith, Cliff jr ..., 179
Smith, Dan jr .,.. 179
Smith, Debra Fr .... 140
Smith, Edward Sr .... 83
Smith, George Fr .,., 90, 140
Smith, Greg Fr .... 140
Smith, james Soph .... 157
Smith,jane Soph .... 68, 22
Smith, john . 1 . 87
Smith, judy Soph .... 157
Smith, Kathleen jr .,.. 85, 92, 179, 84, 87
Smith, Kathy Soph ,... 158
Smith, Marie Sr .... 224
Smith, Martha Soph .... 158
SMITH, NORM.A . 1 . 125, 96
Smith, Roy jr .... 173
Smith, Sanford Soph ..,. 39, 158, 60
Smith, Scotty Fr .... 140
Smith, Sharon Fr ,... 140
Smith, Sharon 1 1 . 92, 140
Smith, Sherrill jr .,.. 179
Smith, Sidney Fr .,11 143, 48, B4
Smith, Truman Fr 11.. 140
Smith, Troy jr ...1 173
Smothers, Carl St .... 224
Smyers, Pat . . . 89
Sneary, Deborah Fr ...1 , 140
Snelson, Kim Fr .... 89, 140
Snodgrass, Mira Sr .... 224
Snow, Mark Sr ...1 224
Snyder, Tracy Sr ..11 224
Southerland, Cindy Fr .... 70, 140
Spangle, Diana Fr ...1 140
Spears, Robert Fr .... 140. 48
Spears, Walter Fr .,.. 140
Spencer, Bobby jr 111. 32, 33, 34, 37, 82, 179
Spencer, Daryl Soph .... 158
Spencer, Greg Soph .... 158
Spencer, Shannon Soph 11., 158
Spillman, Melvin jr .... 33
Spurgeon, Richard Sr .... 224
Stacy, jean jr 111. 179
Stallings, Mitch Fr .... 38, 70, 140
Stallings, Shari Sr .... 224
Standefet, jana Sr. . 224, 98
Standifer, Mary Fr .... 140
Stanfield, Kay Sr .... 224, 85, B4
STANTON, ANN 1 . . 116
Staples, Bob Sr .1.. 33, 37, 224
Staples, Steve jr ..,. 33, 179
Starling, Mary Fr .... 89
Starr, Rick Fr .... 140
STEAD1-IAM, PAULA 1 . . 116, 117
Stebritz, Kristie Fr 1..1 88
Steer, Dee Soph ...1 158
Stegall, Randy Sr 11.1 25, 207, 224, 71
Stell, Dana Fr .... 140
Stell, Loris Soph 1... 39, 158, 60
Stephens, Becky Sr .... 224
Stevens, Bill Sr .... 224, 87
STEPHENS, RILLA . . . 127
Stephens, Shelley Fr .... 140
STEVENS, ARCHIE . . . 120, 121
Stevens, Bill Sr .... 86
Stevens, Craig Sr ..,. 224, 59
Stevens, Kurt jr .... 162, 180
Steven, Sally Fr ..,. 140
Stewart, Chris jr .... 178, 180, 47
Stewart, Debbie Sr .... 225
Stewart, Egor Sr 111. 224
Stewart, Ida Sr 1... 225
Stiff, Doris Fr ..1. 140
Stimpson, Margo Fr .... 89
Stocker, Bronson jr .11. 24, 73, 180, 104, 106, 105,
Stocker, David Sr .... 33, 222, 29
Stocker Dean Soph .... 158, 47, 82
Stocker, Peggy Frf. 1 1 70, 135, 140, 129, 194, 78
Stodd , Dawn Fr .... 89, 140
Stokes, Candy jr .1.. 53
Stockes, Ia Doris jr ..., 180
Stokes, Angela Sr 1... 98, 225
Stokley, Anita Soph 1111 158
Stokley, Kenneth Sr .... 225
STONE, DELIA . . 1 118
Stone, Ella Fr .... 140
Stone, Ray Fr ...1 140
Stoutsenberger, lawrence Fr 11.. 88
STOYALL, DONA . . . 123, 175
Strack, Dorothy jr 1... 53, 180
Strack, Susan Sr. . 1 1 225
Strain, Mary jr .... 180
Strange, james Soph ..1. 158
Strange, judy jr 1... 180
Strange, Lisa Fr .,.1 140
Street, Steven Soph .... 158
Strong, jeff Fr ...1 140
Strong, Kathy Soph .... 158
Stroup, Phyllis Soph 1.11 158
Stuard, Lynn jr ..,. 180
Srullenburger, Beth Soph ,... 90, 158
Sturges, Deborah Soph1 . 89, 158
Sturges, Peggy Soph .1.. 140
Styles, Herbert Soph .... 140
Subbie, john Fr ..11 40
Sutton, Roosevelt . 1 . 39. 204, 81
Sweedon, Debra jr .... 180
Swenson, Adreane Sr ...1 225
Swanson, johnie Fr ..1. 140
Szablowski, Anne jr 1.1. 73, 180, 29, 194, 195,
163, 234, 79
SZOT, LINDA . . . 125
Szukics, Linda Sr .... 140
Tackett, Cal Sr ..1. 225
Tadlock, Robin jr .... 180
Talbot, Terry Sr .,.. 225
Talley, Karen Soph .... 158
Tarlton, Tracey Fr .11. 101, 140
TAVE, ARTHUR 1 . . 16, 216, 112, 120, 121, 80,
Tavender, Diann Soph .,,. 158
TAYLOR, BARBARA 1 1 . 117
Taylor, Cindy Soph .1.. 70, 151, 158
Taylor, jeffrey jr .... 180
Taylor, Lynnda Soph 1.1. 158
TAYLOR, MARTHA . . 1 117
Taylor, Michael Soph .... 158
Taylor, Miki jr .... 180
Taylor, Rebecca Soph .... 158
TAYLOR, WILLIE . . , 125
Teagan, Debbie Sr .... 225
Teague, Denise Soph .... 89
Teal, Cynthia Soph .... 158
Tedder, Wanda Soph ..., 158
Teel, Alen jr .1.. 180
Teel, james St .,.. 225
Tennison, jill jr .... 172, 180
Tennison, Lee Sr ..1. 225, 71, 106, 105
Tepe, Carleen Soph ..1. 89, 158
Tepper, john jra . . . 180
Terry, Claudia jr ...1 180
Terry, Linda Fr ..1. 140
TERRY, RICHARD . . . 16
Thomas, Becky Fr .... 141
THOMAS, CEMI . . . 85, 126
Get off my back!" groans Doug Hampton t
Thomas, Denise Soph .... 89, 159
Thomas, Douglas Fr ..,. 40, 141
Thomas, Earl , , . 87
Thomas, jane jr ..., 180
Thomas, john Fr .... 141
Thomas, Randall jr .... 180, 41
Thomas, Roderick Fr ..., 86
Thomas, Ronald Soph ,... 60
Thomas, Susan Sr .,,. 225, 107
Thomas, Toni Fr .... 141
Thomas, Wiuio 11 .... sa. 54, 59, eo
Thompkins, Ludy jr .... 180
Thompson, Angela Soph .... 159
Thompson, Barrt jr ..,. 180, 56
Thompson, Gina Fr ,... 88, 141
Thompson, Greg Fr .,.. 90, 141
Thompson, Leonard Sr .... 208, 209
Thompson, Nancy Fr .... 141
Thompson, Ricky Soph ,.., 159
'l11ompson, Steven jr .... 33, 180
Thompson, Tracey jr .... 180
Thom, Michelle Fr .... 141
Thomton, Byron Soph .... 159, 64, 61
N, EUGENIA . . . 104, 124, 105
Truelson, john Soph.
Tnxitt, Georgann jr. .
Tmitt, Monty Sr ....
. . . 47, 70, 101, 159, 161
Ass. 89. 181, 84
Turner, Cheryl Sr .... 90, 225
Turner, Claraio jr .... 181
Turner, Laura jr .... 181
Turner, Richard Fr. . .
Tumer, Suzanne Sr ,... 225
Turner, Terry jr ....
Turner, Travis jr ....
Turner, Vicki Soph, .
Tusk, Ronald jr. , . .
Tweedell, johnny jr. .
, . 89, 159
. . 86, 181
Tweedell, Valerye Sr .... 225
Uberman, Dale jr ....
Uberman, jeannie Sr. .
Underwood, Art Sr. . .
71, 80, 81
Underwood, Bo Fr, , .
, . 181, 225, 71
. 101, 102, 202, 203, 226,
Gwynne jr .,,. 181, 50
james Fr .... 141
Kathy Soph .... 85, 159, 84, 87
Michael Soph ,.,. 159, 226, 190
Mike Sr ,,,. 90, 97, 191
Robin Fr .... 141
WALL, jIM . . . 38, 39, 44
White, Cynthia jr .,.. 181
White, David jr .... 176, 185
White, Earnest Fr ..,, 141
Linda Fr ,,.. 141
White, Wally Soph .,., 70, 118, 160
White, Wes Sr .... 33, 227
Whitehead, jan Sr ..,. 227
Whiteman, judy Soph .... 88
Wall, Rob jr ..., ss, 181, ss, 64
Wallace, Debbie Sr ,... 226
Wallis, Amy Soph .... 159
Walsron, Scott Sr ,... 226
Walter, Bobby jr .,.. 181
Walter, David jr .... 181
Walton, Vikki Fr .... 141
Wann, Terri Sr ,... 53, 226
Ward, Frances Fr .... 89, 141
WARD, GLENDA . . . 115
Ward, janet Sr ..., 54, 55, 226
S 52 51
Ward, joe jr .,.. 1 1, ,
Ward, Marilyn Ft .... 55, 141, 92
Ware, Bob Fr .... 40, 141, 194
Ware, Emma janeen Soph .,.. 159, 85, 84
Wamer, William jr ,,,, 181
Thomton, Dianne Fr .... 141
Thomton, jeff Fr .... 141
Thomton, Sue jr ..,, 88
Thrasli, Michael Soph .,.. 159
Tidball, Bob jr .,.. 180
TIDWELL, ELIZABETH . , . 124
Tidwell,johnnie , . . 50
Tillier, Brian Soph .... 159
TILLMAN, B1LL1E . . . 119, 50
Tindall, jeff Fr ,,., 141
Tinius, Mark Soph .... 90, 159
Tinius, Mike Sr ,... 225, 52, 92
Tippens, Cardale Fr .... 141, 49, 48
Tippens, Gene Soph .... 33, 159
TISDALE, jAMES . . . 121
Valentine, Melanye Sr ,... 226
Valentino, Teresa Fr ..,. 141
Van Damme, Elizabeth Soph .... 83, 159
Van Dyne, Mark Soph .... 159, 181
Van Hoose, james Soph ..,. 159
VAN METER, ARCH , . . 12, 68, 123, 22, 69
Vaughn, Kent Soph .... 70, 159, 78
VAUGHAN, MARIAN . . . 68, 117, 184, 69
Vaughan, Robert Soph .... 159
Vercher, james Fr .... 40, 141
Vercher, Paul jr .,.. 181
Vergin, Rita Sr .... 141
Verret, Brian Sr ..., 212, 226
Verret, Bmce Sr ,,.. 224
Washbum, Dave jr .,,. 204
Washburn, Debbie 51' ,... 94, 95, 226, 104, 105
Washbum, Sherrill Fr ,,,. 88
Steve Soph .... 38, 59, 159, 60
Watkins, Brent Soph .,.. 159
WATKINS, DOROTHY . . . 115
, Kathy Soph .... 159, 92
Watkins, Linda Sr ,... 226
Watkins, Owen jr .,.. 181
Watkins, Richard Sr .... 226
WATSON, BETTY , . . 117
Leonard jr .... 181
Lisa Sr. . 1 , 102, 227, 109
Wayland, John Sr .... 15. 54, 57, 19, 227
Wayland, Robert Soph .... 159
Whiremann, Mary Sr ..,, 89
Whitemann, Peter Fr ..., 141
Whitener, Lin Soph .,.. 160
Whittle, Bill Sr .... 86, Z27, 87
Whitton, jim , . . 107, 227
Wilbum, William Sr .... 227, 84
Wilcox, Carolyn Fr .... 89, 141, 140
Wildman, Sylvia Fr .... 141
Wilkie, Lori Soph .... 77, iw
Wilkinson, james Soph ..,. 160
Willard, Nancy Fr ..., 141
Willet, jeff Soph .... 86
Wiley, Stan jr ..,. 160
Willet, jeff , . . 87
Williams, Amy Sr .... 227
Williams, Annette Fr .,.. 141
Williams, Arr Keith Sr .... 208
WILLIAMS, BRENDA . . . 117
Williams, Gloria jr .... 182
Williams, james . . . 87
Williams, jill Soph .... 160, 109
Williams, Keith Sr ,... 72, 73
Williams, Iori Sr ..., 227
Williams, Ray Soph .... 38, 39, 160
Williams, Robert jr .... 182
Williams, Sherry Soph .... 160
Williams, Tim Fr .... 141
Williams, William Sr .... 227
Wilmoth, john jr .... 182
Wilson, Claudia Soph .,., 160
Wilson, David Fr .,,, 141
Touchon, Patrick Sr .,.. 89
Tolle, Mary Fr ,... 141
Tolson, Tom Soph ..,. 159
TOMLKNSON, MONTIER VE . .
Tomlinson, Wayne . . . 47
Toombas, Rachel Soph .... 159
TO'1'1'EN1-1AM, SYLVIA , , . 16, 117, 238
Vesper, Ricky Soph. .
Vingst, Mark Soph. . ,
VINSON, jOAN . . .
Voight, Bubba Sr ...,
. . 159
Weatherford, jean jr .,.. 181
Webb, Carl jr .... 20, 181, 227, 42, 45, 44, 46
Webb, David Sr .... 33
Webb, Teddy Soph .... 53
Webster, Daniel , . , 28
Weissenborn, Charles Sr .,,. 227
Walker, johnny Soph .,.. 159
Withers, Sheyrle Soph ..., 160
Touchon, Roseann Sr. . . , 225
Touchstone, Mary jeanne Soph . , . 159
Waddell, Mary jr .... 181
Welsh, Lyle jr .... 181
Wesberry, Barry Fr .... 40, 41, 141
Townsend, Ronnie Fr .... 141
Tracy, David jr .... 39, 180
Tracy, Sandra Sr .... 225
Travis, Phillip Fr .... 141
Traylor, Donald jr ..,. 180, 78
Traylor, Linda Fr .... 141, 50
Trekell, Glenda Sr ..,. 225
Trout, Marc Sr .... 225, 57, 56
226, 57, 56
Wade, Donald Fr .... 40
Wagner, Gwen Fr. . 141
Wagner, Steve Sr .,.,
Walker, Becky Fr ,...
Walker, Bo jr ..,. 181
Walker, Breck Sr .,.. 226, 56
Walker, Byron Fr ....
Walker, Cynthia Soph. . , I 159
"Please Mrs. Tottenham, please, please kick me off the annual staff!" pleads jerry Baird.
Wesley, Daniel Soph .,,, 159, 61
Wesley, Lyn Fr .... 40, 141
WESLEY, WILLIAM . . . 121
West, Herman Fr .... 131, 141
Westerhoff, Gwen Sr .... 89, 227
Wheeler, Thomas Soph .... 159
Whipple, john Soph ..., 159
White, Carla Soph ,... 142, 160
Wilson, Debbie Sr .... 227
Wilson, Donise Soph .... 24, 73, 160,
Wilson, julie Fr .... 141
Wilson, Leroy Fr .... 61
Wilson, Sheri Fr .... 141
Wilson, Wade Fr .... 141
Wilson, Wayne Soph .... 160
Wise, jon Sr .,.. 71, 107, 77, 197, 227, 42
Womack, james jr .... 182
Wood, Carolyn Sr ,... 227
Wood, Gina Jr .... 227
WOOD, LARRY . , . 17, 33, 122, 123 61
Wood, Mike Fr ,... 90, 91, 141
Wood, Rebecca Sr .... 227
Wood, james Sr ,... 227
Woodard, james Fr .,.. 90, 141
Woodbury, janet Sr .... 227
Woodcock, Karen . . . 141
Woodcok, Kathy jr .... 105, 106
Woodle, Luann Fr .... 141
Woods, Rohm sf .... 20, 42, 43, 45, 46
Woods, Ruthie Soph .... 160, 182
Woodard, james Fr .... 141
Woodward, Pat jr .... 182
Worrell, Scott jr .... 182
Wright, Copeland Fr .... 60, 141
Wright, Douglas Soph .,,. 160
Wynn, Douglas Fr .... 141
Wyeth, Sandra Fr .... 109. 141
Yamane, Rodney jr .... 182
Yamane, Rosemary jr .,.. 141
Yandell, Teresa jr .... 182
Yates, Don Fr .... 141
Yates, Vicki jr ,.,, 90, 182
Yeager, Berry Sr .,.. 227
Yingst, Mark Soph.
York, Carey jr .... 182
York, john Soph ,... 70, 160, 236
Young, Kim Fr ,... 141
Young, Pat Soph .... 160
Younger, Sandy Sr .... 227
Yount, Lisa Fr .... 70, 141
Yount, Nancy jr .,.. 182
Zaczek, Bill Soph .... 160
Zeigler, judy jr ,... 182
Zelenske, Wanda Fr ..,. 141
Zigrang, Charles Sr .... 227
Zimmermann, Ann jr ,.,. 144, 182, 9
Zschiesche, Allen Fr .... 141
Zwincher, Zora Sr .... 33, 227
During moming passing period, several students take the opportunity to delight in the brisk january weather as they walk on the rare Texas snow.
OPENING SECTION IDENTIFICATIONS f .
Pages 2-35 pendulum in swing. Page 4g Log Cabin Villageg julie Piclds. Page 5: Bubba
Voight, Charles Luskg sparrow. Page 6: Kevin Burkhard, Karen Keil. Page 7: children l 2.
playing London Birdgeg Karen Keil, Kevin Burkhard. Page 8: Branchg field house. Page
9: boys at sunset. Page 10: patiog toyg Siamese kittens. Page 11: Smile key chaing Fort 7
Wonh skylineg streetlamps. Picture credits: Doug Hampton, jerry Baird, Scott Daniels.
EDITORS' NOTE 1
Sincerest thanks are extended to the yearbook staff and its sponsor,
Mrs. Sylvia Tottenham, for their support and sacrifice in putting out
this publication. In addition, thanks go to Mrs. Betty Quimby and Mrs.
Gene Thompson for their helpful adviceg special appreciation is to be
extended to Mr. john Ramsey, Whose help proved invaluable. Grati-
tude goes also to Hempel Photography and Provine Studios, as well as
the staff photographers. Above all, we thank our parents for their pa-
tience and understanding,
1972 Yellow jacket eo-editors
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Garrison V
Mr. and Mrs. joseph D. Ambrose
Pate Museum of Transportation
Mrs. Dewitt Neighbors 'V' """
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Faraizl
Cattlemen's Steak House
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art - '
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