Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

 - Class of 1973

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One life - A mere speck in infinity Yet relevant, significant. Stal' I :- 'lf 4 3 ' mn' f , yfr, I Vvvy V A , ,. , WW -ig, ,wwf ,. ywgg,-f V ff rf fs 16 si, U::.l' w 'KAL t ,IA A constellation Is composed of several Individual stars - Each contributing to Its pattern and beauty. Throughout the universe Natural law and perpetual order Establish, govern, and unite The celestial bodies. So it is with man - Only when he joins With his brethren Can he generate the peace And tranquility Of the heavens. 347 AK by 5 gb I F' 4 ,- ivy u f N , ,051 FW-' W1 ff ,f wifi if U rp' E g lui 92 Q With every answer, A new question is born. The mastery of one answer Leads to the mystery Of a new question. Curiosity, motivation, Experimentation - Keys illuminating The darkened passages To knowledge. As incomprehensible as space and time So is the extent Of man's abilities. Manis potentials are as vast And awesome As the cosmos. Man is a cosmos within himself. pf 'ar I Qi ,if If 7 ef Z 1 if , A, sv, ,, 1 l " 1 ,bf Q' ' gy, -iw I s K' ' "' fnrwfw 4" A 'f.:' , X v ly 4-2,657 il 'lk -4 iff Z , , w , efg, ,,, 4 , 4 WWW ygyaffnf AM' ww WW' WN 'WD Dedication Mrs. Rosemary Burton Devotion filled with love For her students as well As her teaching, Unending hours spent Working against the pressures Cf time, Proving difficult challenges Worthwhile, Patience, concern, and Understanding, Helping students learn awareness Of themselves and others, Stimulating enthusiasm for The drama found in life, Binding people together for A common cause . . . Mrs. Rosemary Burton wfffftx J, 4 1 l l r QW I Ffhwkvtfl qligafdiwgigl Am. , . 1112 +11 1 5,5 0 r 'Q 1 ,1 - L , 1, 113, 4 , 1, 1 4 V 9 , 1 ? K ' ,A , l.. ir. 1 1 -1 ' I 1 11 W fa 1 1 L ,1 F 1 ' J 1 m 1 .1 , 'Z tv 1 MY, ' 'W 11 ,.. 'T Mm , 1 1. ,, ' ' 111-. :H E 1 5' Y A " T 1 .1 'Ms X P 1 M, 51, 7. , f 4 A y R V1 A N K 554 'r1-147 A ,K A 1 M l Q ' 32 fr, 'ffm-H., ' J"- R ,,.,4, 1. I, MV, 1 lg- fs M, riff Lf 31121 gf ' 11:13 X1 :QW "wiv-fri!! 'P' if 1 1 1, 111 fu., 1 1 fl Hz: , , ,11 E1 F ' 1 bf SWR? wi 'f 1 1 " ' fi "W 1 ' 'P' ,K 1, '4 1 1 11 r 1 1 1 "1 ':Qp!Ml'Z'iE M, ,, . wg'1.1gf11,.1 1 Z " "FM M gg. ,ip , , Y ff ,ff -:ur ' 1 v 4 3 3 v E 1 3 2 3 i i 3 5 7 z ,, Z X f 4 7 K7 2, Q1 7 7' Spring Activities S C Revives Ancient Goldfish Custom The ancient art of swallowing live goldfish was revived during the spring activities of '72. Spring Fever Week, sponsored by the Student Council, featured this lively art. It was highlighted by a barbecue, dance and the presentation of the annual golden Coca-Cola awards. An idea became a reality for retired Spanish teacher, Mrs. Evelyn McCluney, when the language department sponsored International Language Day. Each language class contributed by selling Spanish, Ger- man, and French foods. A program including the native dress, dancing, and singing from several countries climaxed the busy activities. A pre-arranged fire drill, planned by Mr. Sharp, afforded the annual staff the opportunity to announce annual day. An O'Leary's fire engine appeared in front of the school car- rying the sign "Happy Annual Day." The Political Rally, sponsored by government classes and teachers Mrs. Mary Marsh, Mrs. jean Mitc- hell, and Mrs. Betty Quimby was held on April 21. The rally attracted almost all of the local officials and the representatives of many of the state officials. Students participate actively in the Political Rally April 21, 1972 on the patio. Mrs Vivian Murphy and Sharon Kurk show their concern for politics by listening to local candidates. -fw- f ,,,'4F I aa 'rf ' ' .. af.. 'ef f Wzfref ,K .,., .. . ,-,,.gWn,f, Robert Cantrell demonstrates goldfish swallow- ing. "v6'sfwc-wma IW 1'2'5'f'f " ' :wr--,,f Q fp 'xhr V, .. ,gk ' + ' ttffjxf l i While impersonating Elvis Presley, john Berry sings a hit song at the Coca Cola awards, Bronson Stocker and Wally White help them- selves at the AY Spring Barbecue. at Mike Gasparini and Mark Lundquist face the problem of the traditional signing of annuals. aa 'E Amid the early morning confusion of Annual Day, Sandy Peterson and Kathe Ambrose view the new YJ Spring Activities Q :- ' ff Z was 7 v , 4 1 9 , e, Z 5 t ? Q 1' 2 1 2 4 5 3 i ,X 2 www 5 gQyQ?f?f 5 " 5 1 I-rf ff . N. f,,. , , , M I i' , 2 ' f. 4,, 1 a f ,i 'W-5 49! 1 'vrpf W ,V ,ya hi? V. ,MZ ' ' 19 mv , fwfffwwyf Milo Mahan exits stage after receiving his diploma. Becky Ray and john Berry work together on decorations for the annual Golden Coca-Cola Awards. Mr. Larry Barnes Cfar leftj leads a slave auction sponsored by Latin classes. Spirit Barber Crowned 1973 asketball Queen Adding to the excitement of the basketball season were many new cheers and chants. Basketball queen Brenna Barber represented Heights in the West Side Lions Club tourna- ment during pre-season play. The senior girls backed the boys with their posters, poems, and cookies. Leon Bowman, new basketball coach, came from Houston High School in Arlington. The basketball team included returning letterman Darnell johnson and former mem- bers of Heights' junior varsity team. 1 3 -fa f Eddie Gant, on top, and Chip Heald, display enthusiastic school spirit. J li Gary Metcalf and Susan Rogers cheer on the Yellow jacket basketball team. K li Bez! f i 3 ' if bfi 't 2' ff ' '11 it "" I -ff.-1 A 3 +-Nmuswm f -9111 ' - "J .Q-f Basketball Queen: Brenna Barber. Spirit Homecoming Brings Southwest Defeat Spirit rose to a climax as q'We,re num- ber one,', echoed throughout Clark Sta- dium during the annual Homecoming game when the Yellow jackets shut out the Southwest Rebels with a 10-O tri- umph. The victory gave Heights the dis- trict championship which proved the jackets were back and here to stay. It was the first time a Heights varsity football team had beaten Southwest. Enthusiasm and excitement were gener- ated by the senior girls' many signs, bal- loons, and crepe paper adorning the school. Mr. Archie Steven's homeroom 21 won first place for the best locker decora- tions with the theme "Happiness is Win- ning? Donna Forester was crowned 1972 Homecoming Queen. Her court included seniors Becky Bagby and Patty Furey. The girls were presented during half time cer- emonies as they were escorted out on the field by their fathers. Many exes returned to take part in Homecoming festivities. "Redwood" pro- vided the music at Round-up Inn for the Homecoming Ci21I'1CC. Mr. J. R. Forester smiles admiringly at his daughter Donna as he escorts her onto the field. diff , -jf. ,Q Homecoming Court Royalty Becky Bagby and her father Mr. Harold Bagby. Homecoming Court Royalty Patty Furey and her father Mr. Thomas Furey. 5 X X . x J 4 Lulu 5 if Y Q 5 2 " 'W,' X W-, ,J L f?,k Snoopy theme is displayed by winner, homeroom 216, in the decorations contest. Billy Scheining joins in the cheers at a pep rally 6 Eddie Tavender, Xx Cynthia Magness, Cheri Smith, and ,Ian Seaberry applaud after a pep talk at the Wyatt pep rally. shun, Club Activities Marx Brothers Present Humor to Hill Beginning the yearls activities was the Howdy Dance on the school patio sponsored by Allied Youth. ln january, AY presented a Marx Brother,s movie "A Day at the Races." The slapstick comedy was, shown in the auditorium. Under the direction of Mrs. Mar- tha Austin, AY also sponsored the Mostest Contest in February. AY president Bill Paxton introduced the master and mistress of ceremonies, Mr. and Miss AHHS, Houston Kauffman and Anne Szablowski. judges were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maderias, photographers, Richard Churchill, district attorney, and Mrs. Wardene Azlin, director of the Stair- Way to the Stars. While waiting for the decision of the judges, the audi- ence Was entertained by John Berry and Bill Hines who sang golden oldies of the '5O's. Winners of the Mostest Contest were Cheri Smith and Mark Metcalf, Most Talented, Ann Lindsay, Most Beautiful, and jeff Fralia, Most Handsome. Chico, Groucho, and Harpo Marx appear in the AY sponsored movie, "A Day at the Races David White and Houston Kauffman prepare to take their seats at the Marx Brotheris movie held in the Heights auditorium. QrO4f be -rf r , 0 ,n,.'. 'Q 'o sa, '0 ,., 'o Q 1 0.4, Q, Q ll ...xg .ls..,'.o.v "1' 'll"'i'i: "o.'. ' 'o Q u s 0 1 ws 4 cf v ,',,v'u'f,.', ' ",a.,4'+'a. l't!lb 5 9 , , o ,Q 1 ,, Q, r'c,'o',z,'a' O Q x 5 ' 4 ,..'.'f.','p ,s !6" fn, -, " 4' 1 , - In 1 Q , f , -7' 4 ol .',', Q. 0 ' , ,'.", 0"4"o 'V 'Q 1 a s a ,Q av' 4 9 q.H',o 'e 'D 'Q a ',' ,Ne n af a , U Qs ,,uv 4' as w . , vw' o Q , ,,s+"'o' .sl 19 'Q' 1, a0,1,4,fo. v 4- Q ,, ,, v'.o.':, 43" 4 Qfl I C U bu. 1. ' , 40 son 1 0 ,Qonwu 'U' n", ,' v4o1vw'ua,o v,aoe4, eq ', ooos.'n'14',4. g0O'lU'l.Q . ooo o ,ovN',',a'Lx, 44,-'ua' I A f Q 4. A ,saliva 0 a o 1 ua ,..g v Q ,.,' -.Q ,kssg ,,,.4 .. ,Z ,. .Q -fx we 4 ii Ju Sherry Morris and Stan Wiley are presented in casual dress at the Mostest Contest. RM 5 5' Robert Williams plays "A Variation of a Minor Themei' on the gui- tar. l Bob King sings and accompanies himself on the guit Jeannine Phillips performs a soliloquy and song from the musical The King and I. to 3 Song he Composed for the Mostcst Contest- HI' Howdy Week Week's Activities Aimed at Welcoming To welcome freshmen to Heights and to help them feel at home on the Hill, Howdy Week began with a program introducing the various clubs and organizations. The Student Council sponsored the program which used "The God- fatherv for the theme. The Howdy dance was given by Allied Youth on the school patio. Highlighting the close of Howdy Week, Howdy Kings and Queens from each class were presented at a pep rally. Royalty included Eddie Gant and Allison Kerr, seniorsg juan Becera and Donise Wilson, juniorsg Stuart Montague and Peggy Stocker, sophomores g and Ed Beggs and Mel- issa Herring, freshmen. Anne Szablowski and Bronson Stocker open Howdy Week program with traditional Roman water skit. , 3' ' ,A '4 js if s 5 1 FRESHMAN HOWDY KING AND QUEEN: Ed Beggs and Melissa Herring 3 JUNIOR HOWDY KING AND QUEEN: juan Becera and Donise Wilson ' SENIOR HOWDY KING AND QUEEN: Eddie Gam and Allison Kerr. ,,. .g,,, - .I f Q- I I fN N' jack Barber amuses himself at the Howdy dance. I,-yy 1 I ,llde 7 4. Eddie Gam portrays a lawyer at the Howdy program 'ff .1 f Y' , SOPHOMORE HOWDY KING AND QUEEN: Stuart Montague and Peggy Stocker, Christmas Elves Spread Cheer Throughout Halls The essence of Christmas spread throughout the halls and across the patio on Elf Day as Santa's merry helpers deliv- ered telegrams, candy, toys, and gifts to students. Willie Thomas and Anne Sza- blowski, dressed as Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, visited classrooms during the day. The Special Projects Committee spon- sored Elf Day and the Decorations Com- mittee ornamented the Christmas tree in the entry hall. Miss Betty Watson's homeroom 17 won first place for the best Christmas locker decoration. Other awards were received by Mrs. Beverly Ross, homeroom 117 for umost original" and Miss Dona Stovallis homeroom 307 for "most spir- itedf, Under the directorship of Mr. Ed Haw- kins, choral teacher, and Mr. Fred Bilder- back, band instructor, the chorus and band presented a Christmas program com- bining traditional and modern arrange- ments. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus Calias Willie Thomas and Anne Szablowskij give a merry Christmas greeting. Sherry Morris, Anne Szablowski, Karen Keil, Linda Bussey, Cindy Bradley, Eunice Bratron, and Claudia Hutchinson model the various elf attire of the season. Toni Morris, junior, writes a Christmas message to be sent to some surprised receiver by one of the many elves who appeared at Heights on December 19, 1972- Valentine's Day Cupids Send Messages of Love to Hill Cupids roamed the Halls of Heights as they delivered telegrams to students' secret loves. Sponsored by the Student Council, students paid a quarter for their telegrams to be sent to friends. The messengers, adorned in bright red hearts and crisp white ruffles, were members of the Socials and Special Projects Committees. Only boys were permitted to nominate and vote on the first annual Valentine Sweetheart. Anne Szablowski Was presented at the Valentine's Ball, February 16. The dance was held at the International Ballroom in the Blackstone Hotel. The dress was casual and music was provided by Robert Ealey and his Five Careless Lovers. Paula Anderson laughs after delivering a Valentine telegram to an unsuspecting Lisa Ratliff. Greg Newman signs a telegram for his secret love as Honey Burns watches. Shari Heftel gets ready to take some telegrams to some more victims of love-stricken senders, Student Council Activities ances, Broomball Included in Events The Student Council sponsored a variety of events during the year. To kick things off, the Student Council organized the Howdy Program which introduced new students and freshmen to the clubs and activities at Heights. Ice skating parties were planned during Christmas, Thanksgiving and the end of February. During the fun on the ice two clubs or organizations competed in a broomball game. As a service to the school, the council placed large yellow trash cans around the campus to encour- age students to keep the area clean. The Ranch King and Queen elec- tion was sponsored by the Student Council in january. Winners were jim Calhoun and Sandra Hamilton. Mr. Homer Ludiker and Mrs. Dorothy Scott, sponsors, worked with the council. Officers were Houston Kauffman, president, Glenn Darden, vice-president, Donna Forester, secretary, and D'Ann O'malley, treasurer. ,af ff -dl' 'L A Susan Rogers, with the aid of Glen Erath, demonstrates the proper way to ice skate. RANCH FOREMAN AND QUEEN: -limbo Calhoun and Sandra Hamilton V A 4, X , ,,,. ,,.,, ,-. Members of the soccer .team and the swim team compete in an invigorating game of broomball 55531 - i ' A"LL f S.. 't'M6".'f -G' if jimmy Flowers kisses Anne Szablowski after presenting her as Sweetheart. jim Monahan and Kelly Dyer dance to the music provided at the Valentine's dance April Foust, Liz jordan, and Debbie Sarsgard show the proper etiquette at the Valentinels dance. .1 ,Q-. :iii- ,,. rrywzf fvgayhfnvnfv , -fx,-' EW ,fjffx X XWX-... Nair, X. .,,-M-N 1-N, x ,L K w,un ,1,, , J , 'av -'R ,my .3 , ai, 35 I. 2' N1 32 N 3 f Hg. V235 w- f 15 wig .4"" Mark julian C333 flies around right end as Robert Oglesby C621 and john Berry C653 move in to block, J X Jw f ff' H ,if ,wwf ' 3, 4 "5 f -f. ,,'V0'rw,, "VLH, V4 ""9 W I ' 7" v ' f f, , N, , , I , -7' -wff f- - my ' ,, A f VMI, , ,,,, ,W yi ,X by fa, I' , I , My ,Z , C ' fr if wi f, f' iff . ' . A . at Q. A X 4g',p,,j ,af M , Q at , r' Q fir' H ww V ' Mike Renfro ngbg 3 high P355 Over Q Wyatt defender, Tony Franklin prepares to boot 3 points in a rain-drenched game against Arlington. 'Kaz i 4-J K' A ' 52,-7. , - " ' 4 M ,1 1-6 "' C' ' ,am re ,.v , C V H 1,:,y1-x+vi,q-M' 1 V, Quarterback Bob Spencer C105 fades back and fakes to Melvin Spillman C40D, Terrell defenders. ' - , rf-J53j,'jpf'i'g ws- , - ,W . While Rob Wall C775 holds Off Keith Miller brings down a Terrell tight end Football 972 Jackets Hit, Hurt, Bite the Dirt Official ground breaking for the 1972 Yellow jackets began August 21, as the thirty-eight man squad reunited to begin their grueling two a day sessions. Emphasis was placed on basic conditioning, agility drills, and the strategic elements of the game. Combining unyielding deter- mination, experience, and physical ability developed in pre-season work, the team strove to better last yearis 7-3 record. With invaluable experience under their belts the jackets were led by returning lettermen Lawrence Hill, Mark julian, Houston Kauffman, Mack Mercer, Bobby Smith, Bobby Spencer, Willie Thomas, and Rob Wall. was guided by line coach Steve Chev- reaux, backfield coaches joe Galiga and Larry Wood, and head coach Merlin Priddy. Assisting the coaching staff by undertaking the necessary tasks of team maintenance were managers Eddie Berridge, Donnie Cutchaw, Bob Carol, Mack Harbert, Kerry Throughout the season the team Kutchinski, and Bob Sanford. 1972 VARSITY FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD AHHS Grand Prairie .... .... A HHS ........ 28 Western Hills AHHS Arlington . . . AHHS . . . .... 9 North Side . . AHHS O. D. Wyatt AHHS ,,...... 32 Carter ...... AHHS I. M. Terrell ...., .... A HHS ........ 42 Paschal . . . . . AHHS Eastern Hills AHHS ........ 10 Southwest . . . Bi-district Regional AHHS O. D. Wyatt AHHS . . . .... 3 Skyline . . . FRONT ROW: Bob Sanford, Kerry Kutchinski, Eddie Berridge, Willie Thomas, Bob Howard, Melvin Spillman, Lawrence Hill, David Laboon, Rob Wall, Bobby Smith, Bobby Spencer, Mark julian, Donnie Cutchaw, Frankie Allred. SEC- OND ROW: Roger Barker, Steve Waters, john Berry, Houston Kauffman, Steve Staples, Steve Thompson, Tom Reiber, john Garland, jeff Pumphrey, Bill Clemons, Mike Renfro, Mack Mercer, Tom Mason. THIRD ROW: Robert Oglesby, Mike Batts, Henry Harvey, Mike Moo- ney, Robert Hare, Dan Griffey, Keith Miller, Robby Carson, Matt Herring, Greg Newman, Vincent Roach, David Look, jeff Koppa. FOURTH ROW: Coaches, Leon Bowman, Bob Etheredge, Mike Price, Billy Earl, Merlin Priddy, Norman Chevreaux, Larry Wood, and joe Galiga. If i I ,,..... 'mira-ff I , sw ,,,.-: ' Senior halfback Mack Mercer C281 hurdles over an Arlington defender in a tough preseason match at Clark Field. J .,g1v97,I , ' Senior Melvin Spillman powers his way through 34 ur J4:.,v4sLgasL.i4 a tackler, Bob Spencer scans the secondary for a receiver. ,A 4 5.5 Qt .44 X -and sw' All-district players Bobby Smith C445 and Willie Thomas combine to bring down an Arlington ball carrier. Football Varsity Drop l! ll C1 F 9 l Launching the 1972 football sea- son with a bang, the Arlington Heights Yellow jackets stunned an unsuspecting Grand Prairie squad September 8 at Farrington Field. Late in the first quarter, Heights put together a 77-yard drive which ended with a 15-yard scamper by senior halfback Mark julian and seven points for the Yellow jackets. The ensuing kickoff gave Heights the ball, after a Gopher fumble, and julian scored from six yards out. The jackets rolled to a 20-16 half- time lead after julian broke loose for a 60-yard sprint. Second-half scores on a pass from reserve quar- terback Matt Herring to end Mike Renfro and a pass interception by linebacker Robert Hare blasted Heights to a 40-13 victory. Returning to action in their next s Two in Preseason Play pre-season bout, the jackets met the Arlington Colts at Clark Stadium. Arlington's defense proved too stout for the jackets, forcing several fum- bles. Despite Mike Renfro's efforts at the receiving end of nine passes totalling 119 yards, the jackets remained scoreless and suffered a 28- 0 loss. On September 21, the jackets matched skills with a determined Wyatt team at Clark Stadium. After a Chap score, the jackets marked up an 8-7 lead on a pitchout from quar- terback Bob Spencer to halfback Mack Mercer, who also ran the con- version. Later, Heights scored on a Spencer-to-Renfro pass, and Bobby Smith's kick gave Heights a 15-7 edge. Coming' from behind with two fourth quarter scores, the Chaps finished ahead 19-15. I junior all-district defensive tackle Greg Newman C661 pursues all-state ball carrier Ivey Suber CEU. In the following contest, thunder- bolt running back Mark julian gave Heights an early edge over Terrellis Panthers with an 89-yard run on the opening kickoff. Hanging onto their initial lead through the first three periods of play, the jackets upped their mark early in the fourth period and went home with a 13-6 victory. Anxious to take home another victory, the jackets cleaned up Octo- ber 5 in a 32-13 sweep over the East- ern Hills Highlanders. Heights' first scores came on a pitchout to julian and a 25-yard touchdown pass from Spencer to Renfro. Later, two Spencer-to-julian passes drew blood, one a 70-yard julian blowout. An additional score by Herring hung an embarrassing defeat on the Highlan- ders. I E l ! Senior Bob Howard f22j tears away from Terrell defender Football Heights Captures Top Spot in District In their opening 4A-10 District game at Farrington Field the Yellow jackets were matched with the Western Hills Cougars. Halftime scores were knotted at 7-7, but both teams scored in the third quarter with Heights, rally on a touchdown drive by Keith Miller. Fourth quar- ter jacket scores set up an Arlington Heights victory at 28-22. Though weather conditions were unfavorable on October 26, when Heights met North Side at Clark Field, the jackets were slowed only slightly and left the steers blinded in a 9-O upset. Heights' scores consisted of a field goal by sophomore Tony Franklin and a one yard touchdown spin over by julian. An impregnable jacket defense forced ten Steer fum- bles and kept their running attack bottled. Next the Carter Eagles fell prey to a ravenous jacket attack at Hand- MU ,ff " 45 'Z 7 f Sophomore defender Henry Harvey sets for a tackle. Seniorpall-district defensive tackle Willie Thomas f7Oj moves in to intercept Terrell runningback in his path. Qi . I X. ley Field. Heights' first half scores were on a two yard Spencer sneak, two runs by julian of fourteen and seventy-nine yards, and on a Spencer- to-Renfro pass. Both teams contin- ued to score yet Carter remained behind Heights, second half reserves and bit a 32-12 defeat. In a customary manner of rivalry on the Hill, the Yellow jackets met the Panthers of R.L. Paschal, November 10, at Clark Field. The Panthers broke open the game in the first quarter, but shortly after Mercer started the Panthers to their downfall as he swept right end for 37 yards and the score. Spencer's conversion was good. Recovering a Paschal fumble the jackets moved down field putting Spencer over the line for paydirt and Smith for two. Second half scores by julian, Miller and Spencer clearly defined the Yel- low jackets as being too much for the Panthers and saw Height to a 42-13 runaway. With four district victories in their pockets and the 4A-10 champi- onship at hand the Yellow jackets met the Southwest Rebels in a deci- sive Homecoming battle November 17. Midway in the first quarter the jackets drove to the Rebel 33 where Tony Franklin booted a city record 50 yard field goal. Southwest attempted to bounce back, but fum- bled to Renfro. Eight plays later a 12 yard keeper by Spencer and juli- anis sweep around left end combined with Franklinls extra point kick set Heights on top 10-O with 1:07 remaining in the first quarter. Heights, stifling defense held strong until the end when the jackets walked into the league's throne room on a 10-O victory and an unblemished conference record. get 'E Ia. .. 7. i 80" 5-xl' Fix' rt ilffff 51 T L 'af' . ' ' ,. 3-5 , ,-.l,,- Q,'.fa's, i. 's rq:1.pf,.f"-ff J,- MJ Q., i , V .... Q Lai, ,Lays 7 '1 ' ' H at . gi fi f 5 il Q A 1 . L iv J fu' 't -if fi 04 for ,hx Yiwu ' X 1 it f i ' y jf W i J if 5 i 4 M N L f ,W 'fbi 3 ,Mr if it V ' ia M, - ,. fare- -H. t 1 sf " ' 5 , I, ',,f,.g,, ff: - 1, - s ' Q it-3 . a .,,'..g a 1 H 36 p 7 ' , 7 V -,ju ., L 57 'S 1 Steve Thompson C695, jeff Pumphrey CGO5, and Bill Clemons C505 lead interference for jacket running- backs. ,J ' ' G! C., ,Mm W K p 5, 5 ,, ,, ,W - 6 V , v I V, I f 41 A vita? ' 1 ' N gg, , I J, , W x , 5 J f-46 7 ff. V .. , . -- f rvvurjyprefyaf. -Q, gr, . K 1 ,V V f , , f, 1' ,,3S:,f',.fs,y-if sid- in ,v?5Q,t1g gejafiv ,,,V , f vp Whi g ,, ,. ., W "Y f t l ,, ,... . ., It , ,, 4 , . ...,,. ,.-i .r - , up Mike Batts picks up extra yardage against Western Hills. Rob Wall fights off blockers to make a tackle. Senior lettermen Houston Kauffman C715 ancl john Berry C655 help out Mark julian C295 on a sweep around left end, Football aokets Blank Chaps for City Crown On November 24, the Yellow Jackets returned to the swampy bad- lands of Farrington Field in a return match against Wyatt for the bi-dis- trict title. After a scoreless first half, the only score of the game came when the jackets picked up six on a five-yard dart over right guard by julian. Heights, ferocious defense limited Wyatt to 162 yards total offense and upset the Chaps 6-0. Moving toward the top, Heights, squad packed up for Dallas and Loos Fieldis astroturf the following week to battle the Skyline Raiders for the regional championship. After a tight first half, the clock saw Skyline ahead 10-O, but the jackets scored three on a 32-yard Tony Franklin field goal in the third quarter. Several Heights mistakes, along with key breaks for Skyline, propelled the Raiders to a 24-5 victory, leaving the Yellow jackets short of their regional hopes, but contented with a city title. Capping off the season, the jack- ets placed six players on local 10- AAAA all-district teams. Tackle Greg Newman and linebacker Bobby Smith placed defensively, while quarterback Bob Spencer placed offensively. Halfback Mark julian, tackle Willie Thomas and split end Mike Renfro were chosen both ways. julian and Renfro shared the Star-Telegram's Offensive Player of the Year award, with julian named KXOL's co-Player of the Year. Ren- fro bettered the city pass receiving record with 796 net yards. AM-,,A,Nv s ,. . , , ..,,,.s -WN jacl-.ets offensive squad moves out against Arlington. Heights defender Steve Waters makes a diving tackle during the decisive bi-district clash against Wyatt- Football H JV Clutches District Championship Blasting through a competitive 10-game schedule, the jacket junior varsity blanketed all opponents except Southwest and captured the district crown. The team boasted a 50-point-per-game average and set a record for the largest score ever in a Heights football game with a 72-0 sweep over Trimble Tech. Under the guidance of coaches Leon Bowman and Bob Etheridge, the jacket offensive team featured quarterback Billy Scheihing, halfback Norman McGinnis, tight end Karl Biggs, and split end Berry Wesberry. Offensive linemen Don Hatfield and Lyn Wesley provided protection. Defensive strong points were line- backers Kelly Buster, Don Hatfield and jeff Blitch and end Dave Rich- ardson. Maintaining equipment and applying first aid was manager Rob- ert Harper. 1972 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD AHHS Dunbar .... AHHS Western Hills .... .... 6 AHHS Tech .,.... AHHS North Side ...., ..... 2 6 AHHS O.D. Wyatt AHHS Carter .,.. .... O AHHS Terrell ..... AHHS Paschal ..... ..., 8 AHHS Eastern Hills AHHS Southwest ..... ..... 2 8 Q7 I I I' ft, 0 M y 75 vw I I, ,:',r V ,Q I if 17' 'i l FRONT ROW: Robert Harper, Lawrence Mad- kins, Norman McGinnis, Ronnie Ingram, Doug- las Thomas, Ricky Fowler, Earl Robinson, Mark Renfro, Ricky Sims, Jeb Barts. SECOND ROW: john Rankin, Ware Shipman, Mike Hughes, Lynn Wesley, Bob Cambell, Russ Martin, Char- lie Scoggins, Tim Austin, David Lucas. THIRD ROW: Gary Metcalf, Manuel Martinez, Any Orr, Clark Browder, Mike Hammond, jeff Blitch, Dave Richardson, Don Hatfield, Kelly Buster, Weldon Turner, Dan Hubbard. FOURTH ROW: Coach Bob Etheredge, Coach Leon Bowman, Tommy Flores, Tony Franklin, Mike McMahan, Carl Biggs, Billy Scheihing, john Sanford, Butch Hammer, Richard Turner. jeff Blitch crashes down on an Eastern Hills ball receiver. 'fmt AHS: ig V ff After hauling in a quick pass, sophomore Berry Vlfesberry drags a clinging Highlander to the sideline , ,,,,' ,,., 1 9 ,,,' - 1 - . , 1 "" if-afwff' : 1 11 ' .aw , " ' 59 , gt ' - i ,,7, 3,4 4, V K , .1 li 2' ' if if ,A V all "W V i ., V 'QW V sf g ,AVV .. V. 8' Q - . ' - u. -1. 1 . K :ca ' .-.Q ' V fy . 1 -,ik I ' ' ' Q '15 ,f 'th .1 ufwnu f'Q5'f.'7+'f" V c sw . ml' r , M7 N A A" .mf mf I .145 i Q, 'viffwig' gf. , 124 K' flu - r-' A V ' 2 "U5,f. ' ' : Y .V 1 we g,5f,-owen ' V,-ggi'--:-7',-sz ,A -2 is ,?gt1:,,g,4-e,1,-53.55153 1 '- -' 3 V- -- f - iw' A , -r W r, -4 V , , 1 7- M Z -,M Jaw, Jeter , . . 1. t Mffwvw 'Qf:'.44l4f ,. f- -'frrbwf 4,1 V' 1 V .. -, -' in 5 me h W KW ' 3 F . K ' ' ,, .L .,, ,J ' K- , 1' , ,Q qfffgwjo-f 3 is " nfs,-a-,151 - ,Ai - -is , if.. idzfa A A ,Q 1' , W ff -'N M l ' " 37. 'X . 5' ' , . , , .:,-' V N.. ' f f. 'f - rt' ,. , 2 Q , K , .. . , N V. - , "i.,,f 16.9 Ft r , -f A V Halfback Kelly Buster C34j, caught from behind, struggles to free himself during the final contest SCHSOH. Q -r a of the Mike Hughes sets up to tackle a Rebel, Football Frosh Place Second in District Race Guided by coaches Billy Earl and Mike Price, the 1972 jacket fresh- men rolled to a 7-3 record and set- tled for second place in district com- petition. Calling signals for the freshmen was David Priddy, while halfbacks Stewart Wood and Willis Russell and fullback Ralph Daniels handled the running chores. Linemen David Hauk, joey Staples, john Hinton and Andrew Thomas 'led them through opposing defenses. Defensively, joey Staples and Ralph Daniels backed up the stal- wart line of Sherman Neal, Andrew Thompson, Walter Nelms, and Rob- ert Burns. Bonnie Tidwell, Clint Reed and 1 ' r rtst . tii,t . Danny Washburn tended to the 'J W R 4--1 1 r ' W 'ii 'ff'- fggkg Of fegm maintenance. Freshman quarterback David Priddy C105 sprints out on the keeper as Mike Chambers C503 provides the block. FRONT ROW: Mgr. Danny Washburn, Ron- nie Tidwell, Clint Reed, john Hinton, Willie Peavey, james jalick, Ralph Daniels, joey Sta- ples, Mike Chambers, Russel Arnold, joe Padget, Andy Thomas, john Ratliff, Clint Dawson, Ken Pinner. SECOND ROW: Bob Easter, john Brower, Byron Smith, Ronnie Burns, Dave Cooper, Tony Yeager, Danny Rivers, Gary Fer- guson, Herman Hall, Robert Burns, Dave Hauk, Walter Nelms, Ed Beggs, james Kemp. THIRD ROW: Don Boswell, Howie Bagby, joe julian, Don Appleton, Steve Franklin, David Priddy, Ricky Carson, Bill Barber, Doug Arrington, Stewart Wood, Bill Clinkcles, Malcolm Houston, Perry Fowler, Willie Morris. FOURTH ROW: Coach Billy Earl, Sherman Neal, Brent Ratliff, Cole Fraley, Sean Mooney, Bobby Scheihing, Murry Berry, Paul Cruz, Kevin Keen, George Sepulvada, Fred Zinkel, Willie Russel, Daonn Clardy, Coach Mike Price. -wk 1972 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD AHHS ....... 6 Dunbar .,., AHHS ...... 28 Tech ....... AHHS ...... 24 I.M. Terrell . AHHS ,...,. 14 Wyatt ...... AHHS .,.... 18 E. Hills , . . AHHS ..... 14 W. Hills . . . AHHS ,.... 32 N. Side .... AHHS ..... 40 Carter ..... AHHS ....., 28 Paschal .... AHHS ....... 0 Southwest .. W wif? , M, ' Ricky Carson C87j moves in to block for Steve Franklin f22j during a freshman game on Heights' field Wy, tii F S 'lc FL? W Q . Ws n. V,' Q f S si , il- 1 f- , s 1 ' I, ,, Perry Fowler C181 picks off a high pass, Bill Clinkscale meets with tough opposition as he tries to free himself from the grasps of a Wyatt deffrrldff- , Mix Swimming City Meet Highlights Team's Efforts FRONT ROW: Dana Rambo, Kim Bernhill, Nancy Murphy, Karen Emerick, Rebel Hillin, Charise Mercer. SECOND ROW: Allison Kerr, Cindy Bradley, Vicki Yates, Linda Traylor, julie Phillips, Missy McCloud, Dana Atwood, Monica Sotello. The 1973 girls' swim team, coached by Mrs. Billie Tillman, fin- ished city finals second to Western Hills, and clinched several top posi- tions in the meet. Firsts were cap- tured by Cindy Bradley in the 100 free, and by 1972 All-American diver Cindy Riddell, as she blazed the board for 520 total points. Tacking on second place points, Cindy Brad- ley and Allison Kerr placed in the 100 and 50 freestyles, respectively, while the medley relay team of Vicki Yates, Cindy Riddell, Dana Rambo and Charlotte Utley also placed second. The 400 relay team of Cindy Bradley, Allison Kerr, Linda Traylor and Susan Malone, with Malone also placing in the 400 free and julie Phillips in diving, contributed other second rankings. "Ride 'em Cowboy" cries aquatic acrobat Cindy Riddell as she perches atop her faithful steed Cindy Bradley. Veteran girls' swim coach Billie Tillman checks schedules of events as Latricia Leigh looks on. wifes. V V- 1 'Glu 'W' 'ff ,1- j, 22517157 5, xl 5' Susan Malone moves out during butterfly competition. .ff l ., X wi' fy . Diver Tim jenkins displays polished form before judges. 2 I Z 1 fl Heights, All-American diver Cindy Riddell performs as she wins first place in city competition. 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'i ' , , 'V ' , ' , , , ,, ,M 5'l:'4:,f1Vi' VV'- if-Il ifV",l3w,1V24V,V.V,'15,2'ILQEW' f Sophomore Chuck Burr works on speed and endurance in the butterfly at Panther Boys' Club. Shgofing Off the grafting blocks, Senior Barry Oswalt warms-up for the 50 yard freestyle. Swimming Jacket Tankers Take Second in City -With second year coach Dave Maggard at the helm of the jacket tankers, the 21 man squad raced to a second place city finish on February 24. The 200 medley relay team of Rick Burr, Barry Oswalt, Chuck Burr and 'Walter Halpenny took a second in the city finals, while diver Blake Bourland seized second with 465 points. Barry Oswalt took sec- ond in the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke, while Walter Halpenny placed second in the 100 backstroke. Third place finishes included the 400 freestyle relay, Captain Rick Burr in the 200 backstroke and Dale Bradley in the 400 freestyle. M1 , f J , ,ia C1 'Wi A40 , lg I we I ",, V , ,A A , 'f J, -y,w,, , , . , my ,f,,- , M, W jacket diver Blake Bourland practices his technique as he warms up before the 1975 city finals ,, f' 01 ,W , .,. ,,,.. , ,,,, ., ,,.,. ,I ,VX . Mr fi it rrre ' aaa FIRST ROW: joe Ward, Daniel Linden, Mike ROW: Don Allred, Rick Burr, Stephen Heptig, Walter Halpenny, Chuck Burr Tim jenkins Dale Tinius, Vince Heptig, john Kirkpatrick, Don Hut- Kevin Burkhard, Barry Oswalt, Paul Biez, jean Bradley, Bill Wood chison, Mike Craig, Winnie Williams. SECOND Marc Ferraud, Brion Dautremont. THIRD ROW: Basketball reseason Helps Prepare Roundballers With three returning lettermen on the court and a new man wearing the coach's cap, the 1973 Jackets bas- ketball team opened the season in hopes of bettering last yearis record. Guided by their new coach, Leon Bowman, the Heights squad under- went a rigorous 14 game pre-season schedule, which produced a 6-8 won- lost record and the consolation tro- phy in the Breakfast Optimist Tour- nament. Managers john Sharp and Mike Crager maintained equipment, and trainer Pat Frederickson took care of medical problems. Guard Darnell johnson drives against Western Hills. Guard Mark Prevost protects the ball from Westem Hills defensive men in a first half district clash. Forward john Truelson C33j battles Paschal Panthers for a rebound under the board during district play. junior guard David Kinnard C135 drives for the basket against Panther opposition at Public Schools Gym. ., ,w.. 4 9: ' I 'ff , l .VJ ,-1 UTP' -A .5 I Center Pat Kelley picks off a stray Southwest pass. Coach Leon Bowman, Pat Frederickson, David Kinnaird, Darnell johnson, Rusty McCloud, john Hill, Pat Kelley, john Truelson, Ronald Lusk, Chris Stewart, Mark Prevost, Mike Crager, john Sharp. Basketball AH Takes Third in First Half Action With a tough pre-season schedule behind them, the jacket roundballers met their traditional rivals, the Pas- chal Panthers, on January 9. After a slow first half, Carl Webb ignited a second half comeback with 21 points. Pat Kelley put in 14, with the jackets pulling out a 61-55 vic- tory. On january 12 the jackets faced the North Side Steers in their next district bout. Despite Carl Webb's high of 18 points and Darnell john- john Hill snatches a rebound from a Southwest defender. son's 16, the Steers claimed a 61-53 victory. The following week Heights sped to an early lead over Westem Hills, but the Jackets still had to rely on the clutch free throws of, Rusty McCloud in the final quarter to sack up a 65-59 win. High scores were made by Darnell johnson and Pat Kelley with 19 and 15 points respec- tively. Although outshooting the South- west ,Rebels from thefloor on janu- ary 18, Heights was undone by Southwest's free throws and settled for a close 38-32 loss. The jackets hit only two of an unusually low four trips to the charity line, which made the difference in the game. Darnell johnson dumped in 29 points as the Yellow jackets ran past the Carter Eagles in the next game, Pat Kelley and Mark Prevost hit 18 and 15 points as Heights' Cggefs grabbed an 81-57 win. jackets' Senior Captain Chris Stewart plays a tough defense as he concentrates on his Southwest OPPOUW HCXI ITIOVC. Basketball Jackets Sink Hopes for District Win Facing Paschal in their second half opener, Heights' forward john Truelson sank 23 points, while Pat Kelley and Mark Prevost each hit 10. Fighting hard the jackets were behind 71-64 at the final buzzer, as the cagers suffered their first loss to the Panthers in four years. Next the jacket five deadlocked with Western Hills through dual overtimes but lagged behind at the end 87-86. Darnell johnson ripped the cords for 26 points, john Truel- son added 17, and all five jacket starters hit in double figures. Hoping to avenge their first defeat, the Jackets again took to the hardwood against Southwest. junior postman Pat Kelley led the way with 21 points, but Heights was again outgunned by the Rebels 89- 66. The jackets played a close first half during their game against North Side on February 2. Heights' Pat Kelley paced the jackets with 18 Senior forward Ronald "Smokey" Lusk stretches out for a pass from a jacket teammate in Heights' second half battle with the Paschal Panthers. points, but his efforts were not enough to bring Heights above their 74-59 defeat. Heights took its first win of the half in a 70-62 win over Carter on February 15. Seniors Darnell john- son and Chris Stewart were Heights' double figure scorers with 21 and 10 points. However, this victory was not enough to raise the jackets above their fifth place district finish. VARSITY SEASON RECORD AHHS 73 Trinity .......... . . AHHS 64 Arlington ....... . . AHHS 53 Dallas Kimbell ...... AHHS 56 Haltom .....,....... AHHS 70 Dallas Roosevelt ..... AHHS 77 Dtmbar ............, AHHS 99 Paschal ......... . . AHHS 81 Poly ...... . . AHHS 66 Tech ....... . . AHHS 62 Poly ..........., . . AHHS 55 Eastern Hills ,... . . AHHS 53 Richland ...... . . AHHS 51 Arlington ..... . . AHHS 71 Dunbar ............. FIRST HALF DISTRICT AHHS 61 Paschal ............ AHHS . . .53 North Side . . .. . AHHS . . .65 Westem Hills . . . . . AHHS . . .32 Southwest . . . . . . AHHS . . .81 Carter .......... . . . SECOND HALF DISTRICT AHHS . . .64' Paschal ......... ... AHHS , , ,59 North Side ...... . . . AHHS . . .86 Westem Hills . . . . . . AHHS . . .66 Southwest ..... . . . AHHS . . .70 Carter ...... . . . Basketball New Coach Guides Yellow aoket .VV With- Coach Mike Price at the reins of the jacket junior varsity, the 13 man squad produced a 3-8 pre- season record and linished with a 4- 6 district mark. junior guard Derek Ellis was the top .IV scorer with a 17 point per game average, While Don Garnett and Dean Stocker averaged 13 and 11 points per game. john B. Sharp acted as manager. IUNIOR VARSITY DISTRICT RECORD AHHS .... AHHS .... 52 Paschal ......... 74 North Side ..,... AHHS ,... 49 Western Hills A . . AHHS ..., 50 Southwest ,... AHHS .... 62 Carter ...,, AHHS .... 46 Paschal . A . . . , AHHS .... 50 North Side ..... AHHS .... AHHS AHHS 57 Western Hills . . . 63 Southwest ....,. 78 Carter ....... junior Don Garnett f23j pumps the ball high over the defense as Charles Byrd gains position FRONT ROW: Bill Latham, Brad Hickman, Billy BACK ROW: Wayne Tomlinson, Charles Byrd, ert Spears, Uon Lwarnett. Scheihing, Brad Conrad, David Ellis, Derek Ellis. Dean Stocker, Weldon Turner, Mike Batts, Rob- Dean Stocker goes high to tip in a rebound Guard Derek Ellis ,IV top scorer looks for an open man in the first half Western Hills game. F ro sh Come to L1fe 1n Pre Season lay Arlington Heights' Freshman team played to a pre-season record of 10-4 under the supervision of coach Billy Earl. Hindered by the loss of starting guard Scott Stubbs the jackets ended district with a 3-7 Won-loss record. Top scorers were Cameron Young, james Fowler, and Brian Polansky. Other regulars were Shawn Mooney, Bobby Scheihing and Butch Self. The task of team maintenance was overseen by Bill Musek and Brian Staples. FRESHMAN DISTRICT RECORD AHHS .... Paschal ...... AHHS North Side . . . AHHS Western Hills AHHS Southwest .... AHHS Carter ...... AHHS Paschal ...... AHHS North Side . . . AHHS AHHS AHHS Westem Hills Southwest. . . , Carter ....... James Fowler reaches to rebound against Eastern Freshman guard Cameron Young climbs high over the back of a Poly Parrot as he drives to the basket. l .. inf , , . ,, V .L Q ,K I . .. , 1 I I ., V,,.1LVVA-I ,....-v..-,------ '-"""""""""""" 'Syn--..,..,i FRONT ROWS Coach Billy' Efflfl, James Kem, Bobby Scheihing, Cameron Young, Scott Stubbs. Perry Fowler, Willie Morris, Shawn Moor1CY, Henry -Iacot, R2I1ClY Walfefsi SYCVC MOOI6, Eddie SECOND ROW: Bill Miskoe, George Dunham, B113-U P 013n5kY, Brian Staples. H2if1CS, RiCkY WZYCFS, D20 Manning, Robert BUYS, Fred Ballman, Eric Linstrom, Mark Henderson, Powderpuff Sports H Girls Go For Powderpuff Sports Under the sponsorship of Miss ,Ioan Oliver and Mrs. Dorothy Scott some 40 girls participated in Pow- derpuff sports. Contesting other schools around the city, the team represented Heights in volleyball, basketball and football. A T 4, fs, 2 fy Sheri Heftel and Cindy Taylor await the snap. Receiver Honey Burns zeros in on the pigskin, Team sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Scott, comments on th close player-coach relationship which she encourages. R11 I 1 ' ' 'F 3 Q C FIRST ROW: Melanie Moore, Nancy Russell, Karen Smith, Carol Gartner, Patty Furey, Honey Burns, Claudia Hutchinson, Carla White, Cindy Teal, Holley Houston, SECOND ROW: Bobby Spencer, Bobby Smith, john Berry, Coaches, Dori Daniels, Beverly Bernard, Margaret Hughes, Marsha Bowers, Kathy Blackmon, Sherry Williams, jahn York, Anne Szablowski, Sheri Heftel, Mary Mitchell, Patty Ashton, Lynn McCreary, Cindy Taylor, jeff Pumphrey, Willie Thomas, Greg Newman, Coaches. """""""fv-mv-9-nu Dean Fikar lines up a birdie attempt. Golf Golfers Take Swinging through an outstanding season, the 1972 golf team captured' first place trophies in tournaments at Corpus Christi, Graham, Brown- wood, and Lampasas, along with the districts highest mark. The 1975 golf team started early to fill shoes emptied from last year's squad, as they swept firsts in Corpus Christi, Houston and San Angelo meets. Assisted by Coach Horace Morgan, top golfers included David Eakin, Greg Myers, Dean Fikar, Lindy Miller and Randy Jacobs. junior letterman Gregg Myers tees off on the first hole in first round competition at Brownwood. Top Spots in Tourneys , . - f1fw:1m-ffiaz'a,v:- 5 f '?312?1,?i'1 41. if'5:45,f1.,'fl?Lfi, S , f ,ri ,.,,,, ,,,. r . ,.,,.,, ..,,,, , V I L ' ii'i it , 7 pw f,ff-- ',', , Y' 4 1: 3 0- f l t . .,.g,,g-:asam 1 3 f GOLF TEAM: FIRST ROW: Fred Reynolds, Randy Jacobs, Lindy Ivliller, Dean Fikar, Greg Myers, David Eakin, Tom Lehrman. SECOND ROW: Mark Shannon, jeff Eakin, 101111 Jean, Bill Adams, Roger Sarsgard, Burns Earp, B2-fff Thompson, Danny Denke. THIRD ROW: PM - l .. 1 " 1 5 Pankey, Todd Brookshire, jeff Bodley, Mitch Belew, RUSFY Moore, Len Arbuckle, Glen Peclcr. FOURTH ROW: Richard Elledge, David Allen, Deron Vautrain, Glenn Rex, Mark Mitchell, Randy Worrell. Tennis Veteran Netmen Top AH Tennis Team Hoping to better their 1972 Dis- trict Runner-up title, the 1973 Yel- low Jacket tennis team was led by seven returning lettermen in numer- ous local and state-wide tourna- ments. Led by veteran coach Mrs. Martha Austin, district competitors were Pete Rutledge in boys' "A" singles, Joe Rankin and Shannon Cox in boys' "A" doubles, David Mitts in "B" singles and Jim Duff and Mark Judson in "B" doubles. Throughout district play the girls' were represented by Marilyn Ward in "A" singles, while Eva Geren and Allison Kerr played "A" doubles. In "B" team play were Gay Burns in girls' singles and Nanci Kirk and Cheryl Sanford in "B" doubles. ev'..,- lp ff ., ' ' A I.. ll 1 ,lf Ji. na h, z ,,f'-'if V, , ,reg -'-s.. ' 1 -w- - V ,I N 53. ' "V 'lr J ' '1 '--'f. v- I - ----- f i7U?'? MW' vi ' M RDQI , 351 FRONT ROW: Nanci Kirk, Robyn Griffyn, Louise Ratliff, Marilyn Ward, Gay Burns, Shannon Cox. SECOND ROW: Mark Judson, Cassie Hicks, Alli- son Kerr, Jil Tennison, Cindy Taylor, Chandra Geren, Cheryl Sanford, John Honts. THIRD ROW: Josh Baker, Pete Rutledge, David Mitts, Robert Reed, Norbie Atkinson, David Kent, Glenn Darden, Jim Duff. K -1 J l J 1 l , " g xg, --.. s-- K Q k'vsr,,,n--"' L-,,,-,E . ., J A -- W -aeffimy J' .L---.:N'if'Y""U1 -- J it Senior letterman Shannon Cox backhands the Sophomore Marilyn Ward comes through with a strong forward swing during workout on Heights' court. ball. , fi 2 "'k 1 During extensive workouts after school junior letterman juan Becera and senior sprinter Mark Her-tel practice handoff procedures on Height's track. Track Jackets Gain Guided by coaches joe Galiga and Steve Chevreaux, the 1973 track team opened the season with the Fort Worth Coaches Indoor Games at the Tarrant County Convention Center on February 16. Returning silver medalist Casey Sanford and junior distance man Steve Waters each brought home individual medals. Sanford scored second place in the pole vault for the silver and Waters swept the 600 yard dash to take the gold. The dis- tance medley team, composed of juan Becera, Steve Waters, Earl Aus- tin and Chess Cecil, captured the bronze, while the mile relay team of juan Becera, Mark Hertel, Steve Waters, and David Moore placed fifth. From this meet the jackets gained experience needed for upcom- ing events. Poise in Coaches Indoor Mjw ,ff ,,. mf! ,aff , f my Curt Fowler works on his discus throwing form. A ru, Q4 f fav., wr. 44 , , f,f'?,?:'r gr., , k 1, - fwfrfalfj wi, . H , 'ff ,. V 1, ig - any V ,.g fp., ' f,, A ' U Q Marr Herring runs the comer during Workout, District 10-4A record holder Casey Sanford takes to the air during regional competition at North Texas. if-NK we, rr?" , 45 f Q 3 T' i 'V l '1 '14 - W"" - f 2. '--Lia' FRONT ROW: john Tepper, Mark Heftel, Mark julian, Keith Miller, Casey Sanford, Chip Heald, Mike Renfro, Matt Herring, Ronny Moore. SECOND ROW: Kyle Hertel, jimmy Austin, Gary Metcalfe, Mike Perry, Steve Ford, George Sepulvada, Steve Waters, juan Becera, Thomas Mason. THIRD ROW: Greg Newman, Curt Fowler, David Cooper, Ed Beggs, Ricky Carson, Charles Farmer, Billy Giles. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Erath, john Kent, Guy Bronson, Blake Feik, Glenn Barns, Britt Fike, Steve Fikar, Earl Austin, Chess Cecil. BACK ROW: Coach joe Galiga, Coach Steve Chevreaux, Byron Smith, Willie Thomas, Willie Peavy, Walter Nelms, Herman Hall, Andrew Thomas. "flwi4iaa.'2"fa2" I' Q , . , ,bbq 1 ,, , ., ., I fgqgyfl ,M H ,, , I :auf 'N A ,, ,.,.,. M237 A ,W fl ' .ali I -.1 ' ' ,V Steve Waters prepares for the Coaches' Indoor Meet We f, f Senior Willie Thomas explodes with a mighty toss dur- ing Workout. ,f-451 Ez ,fv if WWC y Chess Cecil builds endurance with distance work. Glenn Erath gets in shape with 100 yard sprints ,r f ya ,,,,, , 9 f , Trying to improve on vaulting techniques, senior letterman Chip Heald takes to flight during practice. 'W f 4 Baseball JV Jackets Prepare for New Season In preparation for a March 24 dis- trict opener, the 1973 junior varsity baseball team, composed of fresh- men and sophomores, began work- out in early january. Directed by Coach Bob Etheredge, the team polished techniques in bat- ting and fielding needed for pre-sea- son and district matches. Players in line for pitching were Stuart Wood, Shawn Mooney, .Iebb Batts, Tony Franklin and probable catchers were Tommy Flores and Kelly Buster. Scheduled infielders were Phillip Ammons, Frankie All- red, Eddie Berridge and Dave Rich- ardson. K FRONT ROW: Gary Booker, john Brower, Robert Russel, Robby Madison, Wayne Treat, Bill Barber, Chris Amos, Henry Jenkins, Mitch Stalings, Tim jones, Arnufo Garcia, Bill Clink- scale, Alfred Thomas, Parry Clapp, Rusty Brai- nard, Cole Frawley, David Stanley, Kenny Bradly, Peter Grapler, jerry Vfatkins. BACK ROW: Coach Bob Etheredge, Al Reyes, Paul Williams, Howie Bagby, Don Boswell, Stuart Wood, Brent Ratliff, Danny Westly, jeff Blitch, Outfielder Russell McCann sets to nab a high fly ball during early pre-season practice on Heights' field. FN ' Q v , p., 4, t es T E fi ,,, , , s l e , .,7,-4 Q '. '.,', joe Oliver, David Priddy, Mark Hawk, Jeb Barts, Ronny Tidball, Curt Harp, james jilek, Trey Bright, Dave Richardson, Tony Yeager, Andy Orr, Russell McCann, Phil Ammons, Manuel Martinez, Reggy Ringtum. , -' ,Mai .. . , ...R - ...fa 'f V- ,sr 1 ' . IV first baseman Phil Ammons concentrates on the bat- ? -i Ravi Baseball Yellow Jackets Capture District Title Chalking up an outstanding 26-7 won-lost record, the 1972 Yellow jacket baseball team swept the dis- trict crown into their mitts and rav- aged to the last game of the bi-dis- trict series where they were dropped in the dust by O. D. Wyatt. Heights, pitcher Charles Kelly shut out the Chaps 1-O in the first playoff game, but Wyatt lashed back in the next game with three runs in -g -,ai, Y, -a-, 1,- 1,1 ,1p,:l A ,i q .r 3 W uf? W1"f".?'l f-xx-.,r.--go. 1+ -, ,K - f 5 W vwuu ' x I 4- Ig it 1 Senior second baseman Mark jones snares a line drive. the first inning and left the jackets stunned 6-0. The third and deciding game saw the jackets make only two hits in the fourth inning and sink- ing Heights' hopes for the city title in a 1-O loss. Heights placed seven on 4A-10 all-district charts. Second baseman Mark jones, who batted at a .550 clip for the city's lead and brought home 42 runs, was the coaches, choice for Player of the Year and later signed professionally with the Boston Red Sox. Pitchers Charles Kelly and Bobby Smith each took spots, with Smith also picked at first base for the second year. Short-stop Mike Amos, left fielder Rusty Jacobs, outfielder Curtis Runyon, and third baseman john Fruge each received all-district honors. K: 'df if ' t 'T , ' Ayr W-was swift ,, Q ..w,,, , , .X "-if . , 2., ' -- -,ga ,Q-:,Q,. . ,,-.t-.fa . g v -. Fi' 'F T1 'ff -f 'tt K ff i 1f:'iQ.! G., ,Q-f,,k,,,,5 g,,.g.,, ,,,,,f,,, f V. A, ,- ' , B ,,,t arr.v i,,,. . a , . , i"Y'f?"f'f-.f.'i5,g':'?gf-ff ' ,X , f1:,:1g2f3 if ??Q?l:'Eff + 4" 'fi iw? . Wi? -5".i-Q11-15. '19-,- TW-W' .Qa it 25"-il , . ,g,Qv'fZ,L.v15 s l junior Gary Gibson takes a whack at the ball during one of the bi-district playoff games against Wyatt. U1 'V 1 - .L 'J 1 I 1 I ff I 'M -'ful , 1 ' X. A "N, .WK , is My ,ff 44 as 7 f-.1 ...W , , I gi , ' Q55 ' 1. . 'mg ' Senior all-district first baseman Bobby Smith awaits the throw from pitcher during city play off game. Mike Amos, Heights' shortstop, prepares to bunt the ball during a crucial game at Turnpike Stadium. Right fielder Rob Wall hurls the ball toward home plate. 1972 SEASON RECORD DISTRICT AHHS .7 Western Hills . . . ..... 7 AHHS ..... 4 Carter .... . . . . AHHS 13 North Side .... ..... 0 AHHS ..... 3 Paschal .......,. AHHS 12 Southwest . . . .i.. 1 AHHS ..... 3 Westem Hills . . . . . AHHS .7 Carter ...... . . .1 AHHS .... 11 North Side . . . . . . AHHS . 3 Paschal ......, ..... 2 AHHS ..... 1 Southwest ..... AHHS .2 Western Hills . . . ..... 1 AHHS ..... 3 Carter . . . . . . AHHS 21 North Side .... ..... 2 AHHS ..... 3 Paschal . . . 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' 5' 'F' xg, V251 32133 N 1, .- Q .,,,.,.1::, as-,Q N - , ' V - asian, ws 4 A mf' -A A ,, t,. ,yzgvtg if V f - M WS -'M Q' 'l 13 ,, , -Q 0: ' f.kM,3., 'V ,,l2,,f. - Af 1, V .. ,4 ,. ,. ,, , , - -"" ' 5' :ff , wa- -, Senior Nlike Childers stoops to field a ground ball. Returning Vets Guide Golden J aekets Returning six lettermen off the 1972 10-AAAA district baseball champions, the 1973 jacket varsity squad Was optimistic when looking to their season opening date March 2. Under the guidance of new head coach Larry Wood, returning letter- men included senior pitchers Charles Kelly and Bobby Smith, who also doubled as first baseman, outfielder Mark julian, shortstop Mike Amos, and catcher jack Barber. Handling the remaining defensive positions were Buddy Sample at center field, Mike Childers at left field, Gary Gibson at second base, and Tom Rieber at third base. Faced by a tough pre-season which included play against Ranger junior College and San Angelo, the jackets molded a powerhouse in preparation for district play. Assisting the team by handling the maintenance chores was manager Al Reyes. l l ,Li K a it - I 'fu--.pf .l , .yy gf, 1 ,N a ll f 9 V tg x Q' liz H g ,,,f- 4 fy A ,f -5 'ky gn 7 2:2 V lr , . Muni' ,,,-- A ' '-.' I fi ii A1452 f '- .4 , ff! m A 1 V FRONT ROW: Gary Gibson, Tony Franklin, Childers, Tom Rieber, Buddy Sample, Byron Bobby Smith, Mike Amos, Mike Mooney, jack Kelly Buster, Tommy FIOYCS, Darmv Mills, Thornton. 'BACK ROW: Randy Thomas, john Barber, james Koppa, Carl Biggs, David Moody, Frankie Allred, Eddie Berridge, Tim Mann, Mike Davis, Mark julian, Rob Wall, Charles Kelly, Bob Howard, Coach Larry Wood. Stop . . Look . . . and Listen . . . Here come the jacketsi' yell the cheerleaders as they lead the football team on the field before the Wyatt bi district game Cheerleaders Cheerleaders "Can't get away from the number one schoolf was one of the many new cheers chanted by the enthusias- tic group of fourteen cheerleaders. At the SMU summer clinic, the cheerleaders topped all Fort Worth schools and did better than any other past Heights squad by bring- ing home five firsts. The group also won the Spirit Stick for outstanding enthusiasm. Under the supervision of Miss Helen Hale, the cheerleaders painted signs and organized skits and speak- ers for pep rallies. Requirements for cheerleader were no grade below C and an E average in citizenship. ,ff SENIOR BRONSON STOCKER . . . 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S- -' 2 - -'ff 1-2 ' -. wMf1'+i-'- 27: IF? 3-33-:T":L5w - .- ---- 1. -- A ,M . .Q-.-f.,,,A, ,.4..,,....P...-fwgfwrwfa-f-1:-ya-4,-gi-w,,ww-.15 1,2-111 'iff H-'ff X' 'P-'T'1Yi4 f'...'ffl..C5f?'QQIM-,..f,'L.J,,f.-1.1.-. -if-swf:-exqwwfkmfvwiv-'-1'-W ' ' fff' ' ' 'f ,,... . , ., and , Spirit of the Hill Spirit Promoted With New Techniques During football season, members of Spirit of the Hill lined up on the field and aided cheerleaders in lead- ing chants. At district games girls bought blue and gold helium bal- loons to release at the kickoff. In order to raise money for the school, the club held bake sales and bers also aided new students and fac- ulty during registration. Faculty sponsors were Mrs. Bev- erly Ross, Miss Barbara Taylor, Miss Adelle McClendon, and Mr. Arch VanMeter. Student leadership for the club dent, Honey Burns, vice-president, Donise Wilson, treasurer, Donna Forester, secretary, and Mark Fowlkes, sergeant-at-arms. Honey Burns and Mark Fowlkes also headed the Vehicle Committee, designed to check attendance and the wearing of club uniforms. was provided by Bill Hines, presi- garage sales. Spirit of the Hill mem- SOPHOMORE SPIRIT OF TI-IEA HILL: Susan Rogers, Henry Harvey, Karen Rogers, Mike Batts, Kim Perrone, Chuck Ross, Becky Walker, Billy Scheihing, Martha Bass, Mitch Stallings, Kaydee Brown, Mitch Belew, Cheryl Chandler, Stuart Montague, Debbie Kauffman, David Ellis. " f f-l - 'r 11 f . A .i,- ' if ' 4 1 I Itr Q '--1 , 1 ais iiic a i- ' tr , " I I " ' FRESHMAN SPIRIT OF THE HILL: Shelly Bourland, joe Oliver, Cari Cook, Cameron Young, Melissa Herring, Bill Barber, Elena Davis, Dee Davis, David Priddy, Bev Bass, Bill Adams, Teresa Stubblefield. CNot pictured, Cole Fraley, Butch Self.j SOH SPONSORS: Mr. Arch Van Meter and Miss Bar bara Taylor. SOH SPONSORS: Mrs. Beverly Ross and Miss Adelle McClendon. SENIOR SPIRIT OF THE HILL: Gigi Schaeffer, Buddy Sample, Donna Forester, jim Flowers, Karen Keil, Bill Davis, Eva Geren, Eddie Gant, Honey Burns, Lindsey Long, jay Clifton, Cindy Bradley, Casey Sanford, Meme Ramsey, Rusty McCloud, Susie Schaeffer, Chris Stewart, Chip Heald. BOTTOM ROW: Claudia Hutch- inson, Becky Bagby, Eunice Bratton, David White, Mark Fowlkes, Bill Hines. 'PQI A l. 12 g2lw4 JUNIOR SPIRIT OF THE HILL: Donise Wilson, David Look, I.ceAr1ne Russell, john Hill, Debbie Duncan, Derek Ellis, jahn York, Larry Ballinger, Peggy Pumphrey, juan Becera, Wally White, Brad Conrad, Gay Burns. BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Hamm, Ann Hobbs, Nita Friedman, Mark Beatty, Alan McDaniel, Charles Holley. ,115 1 Spirit of the Hill officers try to show who is tops. TOP ROW: Mark Fowlkes, sergeant-av arms, Bill Hines, president. BOTTOM ROW: Honey Burns, vice-president, . Donna Forester, secretaryg Donise Wilson, treasurer. Free Spirit Free Spirit Group Added to the Hill Last spring the student body voted to form a new open spirit group for the purpose of increasing enthusiasm and cooperation among students in all school sponsored activities. Free Spirit strived to build school spirit, good citizenship, and present a good image of Heights. Any student with an "Sv average in citizenship could join the club anytime during the year. Class offi- cers for the 55 membered group were jerry Heit, senior, Harriette Ray, junior, Chris Ray, sophomore, and Ann Darden, freshman. Mrs. Jean Mitchell was in charge of the club and class sponsors were Mr. Bernie Lionberger, Mrs. Betty Quimby, Mrs. Mary Marsh, and Mrs. Vivian Murphy. ,Q The Arlington Heights Free Spirit Club. 4 '2 FREE SPIRIT OFFICERS: David Simmons, sophomore vice-chairman, Harriette Ray, junior vice-chair- X W Faculty chairman Mitchell, man, Chandra Geren, junior chairman, Margaret Gregory, senior representative, Jane Samer, senior repre- F sentative, Chris Ray, sophomore chairman. CNot shown, jerry Heit, senior chairman, and Ann Darden, freshman chairmanj W I A Xl I Xi x x X ff , " ., A N Xb X . r iw p A X K K V Q, 6 N it Y l ....,.,,.,. , I X x X , '4-.,,f Q fl. . ,..,,.g -ptff ..-.1. M X lx be X ll W ia. 1 X R X ft E FREE SPIRIT SPONSORS: Mrs. Vivian Murphey, freshmen, Mr. Bernard Lionberger, juniors, Mrs. X x RNS A . X Mary Marsh, sophomores. CNot shown, Mrs. Betty Quimby, seniorsj . XX X A x ' . 5 . XX J 70 wit ff XS X X5 . X 'ZW' g,g:v.faa Amy Baldwin, Debbie Parkman, Nancy Keffer, Kim Perrone, Charlotte Bean gather to discuss plans for AFS Day. American F reld SCTVICC Club Holds Foreign Exchange Program Designed to, Pfomof? bCFfCf to visit Heights and talk about their human relationships, American Field home Countryys Culture Among Sefvfce arranged fgf Students FO. IWC countries represented were Australia in d1fferent countries and participate and Iran In V?f10Lf511f,C Styles' 1 Q , Blake Bourland and Karen Keil Hlghllghflllg f1'1C Qlllb HCUVIUCS .Were co-chairmen and Mrs. Vivian Was AFS Day in which area high Murphy Served as Sponsor of the schools sent their exchange students club. ' Co-chairman Karen Keil schedules important AFS activities. AFS SPOHSOF, MTS' Vivian M111'PhY- -4 ,ff f 1' W ,M-rp. 'C Wt I if l 1 , if :M I ,t axial- - s. Copy editor Susie Schaeffer and Personality editor Bronson Stocker search for new ideas in Y-I file cabinet, f , JM 9 , ,. It -. A-Q ' ,, ,,,,, fl',-L . wifi :L'g.s .: p, f 1' " ' A Co-editors Debbie Sarsgard and Liz jordan work together to put last minute touches on their theme pages. YJ sponsor Mrs. Sylvia Taye proofreads for Mark Davis- Tracey Tarleton takes time out from an annual meeting for a peaceful nap. V ,Zi ,.... ,,- ,A,,f...,, , ,, , - f ' A , -'t' ' V: f ,f 2 2 L we "Gee, I wish I were a photog like Doug Hampton," daydreams john Truelson. Chuck Ross and Tad Savage study layout 7 A' Senior class editors Paula Anderson and Stephen Heptig work book fof ideas- Chip Heald checks the last of the sports pages. to finish up the senior epilogue Page' 72 ' Yellow Jacket Staff ew Summer Edition to rrive at ill The 240 pages of the Yellow Q jacket, compiled by 25 students, divided into eight sections, was bound not only by a cover made of cardboard and materials, but also 1 time, patience, and unity. , A new addition to the book was M the summer supplement, covering spring activities, with the delivery a date in August. Each member of the staff was essential to the production of the yearbook. Under the supervision of Mrs. Sylvia Tave, the co-editors for the 1972-1973 Yellow jacket were Liz jordan and Debbie Sarsgard. Ironi- cally, in organizing a year's events, the priceless friendships and memo- ries made cannot be expressed in words or captured in pictures. , ,... 2 me lui Sandy Peterson and Kim Perrone make quick changes on their section, Activ- ities. "You did what at the all-night meeting!" exclaims Martha Nowlin to D'Ann O'Malley. M Organizations editors Sheila jones and Cheryl Berridge review past issues of the Y-I. oi -..., ,. .13 .,,., if if fix U3 ......,wvf" Scott Daniels, jerry Baird, Shelley Bartholomew, Peggy Stoker, Carolyn Wilcox and janet Kollmeier make finishing touches on their sections before deadline, Copy editor Dawn johnson revises a manuscript submit- ted by a staff member. "l'd rather do it myself, thank youlv quips Margaret Dickie to helpful Kathy Graham. xff' Eva Geren, ,Iudy Adams, and Marcia Carroll compose their own entries for the literary magazine A Im ressions Topics Cover ow Themes Striving for a new tone in the 1973 Impressions magazine, Mrs. Martha Meltonis creative Writing class Wrote with a more realistic and relevant style, Margaret Gregory and Bill Davis acted as co-editors of the 24-member staff. There were three representa- tives from each class responsible for encouraging all students to partici- pate. The magazine included photo- graphed, drawn, and written compos- itions. Students received magazines after an Impressions staff program in May. il I, Co-editors Margaret Gregory and Bill Davis discuss new ideas for this year's Imp asf' ef -. I ressions 'fa' G3 ,A :ai l"'-u-I.a.hs.x H' f . A 5' . V., ix -u"'1 L - 1 IMPRESSIONS STAFF: Margaret Gregory, Martha Bass, Eva Geren, Mary Brooks, Pam Bass, Judy Adams, Becky Bagby. SECOND ROW: Debbie McFadden, Marcia Carroll, Dawn johnson, Pat Ghena, Berna Massingill, Barbara Kay, Cindy Bradley, Cheri Smith, jan Seaberry, h THIRD ROW Bill Davis Budd Sample, Bill Clemons, Lyle Welsh, Ron Hudman, Mark- Hudman. Margaret Dickie, Kathy Gra am. : , y W , .. . , W-, ,, . 'iii 2' -"' ,42Z:':fct :, 'Q f, , 7.1 .JW fa:r:?KvL,:f' ff . . ,. K' 11" ' -affi l i- , V, 2"'5:' -63, , i--.,,3.i' fi 112 - 1 , L , 4 , ff, ' . f- 5' ,Q ,a ., ,-2:13, ' ,Q 7:5 " " :'3'f.ff,Q-E:'? 3 1 I ff. I , 'ffl 'fi' in A gli aff- , ' Q V Q . . ,J ec M x 4,2 lx 'Q - .,. ' f' f 1 .T fsggsx 5 1 M J. M my X - . ,f ,V ,,,, x, N ,f .35 X A -' - .f-ta? 25? 4 ' FS zfz-fl "" q.5"'.'l , 1 1 I L 'X i"fs " " ' Q L, c f T 'e"'f If , 1 - J, ---. . ji if V jj FALL STAFF: Scott Daniels, Honey Burns, Marcia Carroll, copy editor, Paul Nichols, busi- jj sponsor, Mrs. Gene Thompson, reviews editorial cO'editOr55 Susfqschacffeff news editor? Eufice H955 manager? Gigi Sfhfifffff, Ciffulafiofli Cl1Cfi COPY Bfatfonf advemsmgi PM Johnson, feature Cflltofi Smith, circulation, Margaret Dickie, secretary and Dawn johnson, Kathy Woodcock, copy editors, libfafiang Stephanie Bruce, sports. Jacket Journal Burns, aniels Share Tub, Leadership Editors for the three jacket joamal staffs were Honey Burns and Scott Daniels. Advisor for the staffs was Mrs. Gene Thompson. At the begin- ning of the year, the staff published a free four page edition to welcome students and to promote sales of the jacket journal The paper was published bi- weekly with the exception of the extra edition which came out when the varsity football team competed in the regional play-offs. Special editions were prepared for Homecoming, Christmas, and Ranch Day. The jacket joamal sponsored elec- 1- ' if f ' l . inf, it ', , 1, "', .JH , a 2 .l Q, ,, . l Y f i 9 fi' , 4 1 f Q 5 -5- ,Q .. , ,212 px ' , ' M Inj ,li 1, EVA, f X ,QM K , V . 1 ,. First year jj students pick up a few pointers from substitute teacher, Mrs, Charlene Hays. tions such as Mr. and Miss AHHS, Favorites, and Mostest. A new edition to the jj was "Heights Anticsf' a cartoon strip which poked fun at happenings on the Hill. News stories, features, and editorials were also included in the paper. Several members of the staff were recognized by Quill and Scroll, a national society for outstanding high school journalists during the publica- tions banquet last spring. All-Ameri- can Rating was awarded to last year's jarke! journal at the interscho- lastic League Conference. 6. fa, ,,mM,,Q ""'l ""-rrv-aww-ugxnx Scott Daniels, jj co-editor, prepares photography for an up-coming edition. Sharing the burdens of the jj staff co-editor Honey Burns types up late copy. g A 'Ta' y 1 , 2? 1?5,1v5iF+"' - , ykg. , V , s Ht .f ' iaaftfrf' Class and club editor Lindsey Long rearranges page make-up. . " "No Peggy, there are only five columns, not eight," exclaims feature editor Nita Friedman to reporter Peggy Pumphrey, I lf KW? ,,,,,w --f Zi ' 'W Wifi? - aw ry ' W "' 4 , fi ' 'f",,,., fr ' f"""' -94"'.j, -'."ffLljZ' '27, ,. . I, lf?" ,"i"' ' " ' V it ,U WINTER STAFF: Danny Allen, reporter, Claire Strickland, reporter, Donna Forester, news editor, Brenna Barber, advertising, Scott Daniels, co-editor, Allison Kerr, circulation, Beth Stullen- berger, reporter, Mary Brooks, class and club edi- tor, Gigi Schaeffer, feature editor, Sherry Morris, reporter, jill Williams, coPY5 Phillip Perkins, business manager, Trisha Marchesseau, reporter, Glenn Darden, sports, Sheila jones, reporter, Valerie Phillips, exchange manager, Mark Pier- son, photographer, Charles Adams, reporter Roger Gite, reporter, Peggy Pumphrey, reporter Nita Friedman, feature editor, Rick Burr, sports 1 : 1 Kathy Daniels, reporter, Karen Talley, advertis- ing, Cheri Smith, circulation, Diann Tavender, community editor, Lindsey Long, class and club J Bill Davis, reporter, james Luckett, news editor, Honey Bums, co-editor, Pat johnson, senior contributing edi- tor, Claudia Hutchinson, reporter, Cathy Smith, copy, Ann I-i1'1d52Y, fCpOrter, Cheryl Sanford, exchange man- ager, Steve Ford, reporter, Nila Bcker, reporter, Dawn johnson, copy, Stephanie Bruce, sports, Herby Wells, cartoonist, Marcia Carroll, copy, Lakie Setzer, commu- nity editor, Carolyn Gorrell, reporter. ,pr at 0 .f,,+w"' GERIVDKN CLUB OFFICERS: SEATED: Sylvia Wildmon, Holly Snowden, Melanie Trahan, jane Smith, Wanda Sherril. STANDING: Laura Carroll, Wanda Tedder, Mike Hays, Mitch Stallings. German Club New rganization Studies German Life A new organization at Heights, the German Club acquainted stu- dents with the German life style. Another purpose of the club was to interest students in the Texas Asso- ciation of German students which held conventions in various Texas cities where German dances and plays were performed. Under the supervision of Miss Mary jane Ken- nedy, members prepared a German dinner and visited places with Ger- man atmosphere in Fort Worth. Mike Hays was elected the club's president and jane Smith, vice-presi- dent. Heads of the projects and tele- phone committees were Wanda Ted- der, Wanda Sherril, and Sylvia Wildmon. Laura Carroll and Mitch Stallings were chairmen of the plan- ning committee. GERMAN CLUB MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Borden, Susan White, Irina Cussnick, Barbie Holly Snowden, Lisa McIntosh. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Wildman, Lorraine Wentz, jane Smith, Mark jean, john Honts, THIRD ROW: Debra Dagel, Flynt Leverett, Hans Luthi, Mark Hawk, Mitch Stallings. FOURTH ROW: Tom Lehrman, Tim Menikos, Madelaine Carroll, Tom Menikos, Laura Carroll. FIFTH ROW: jeff Bod- ley, Wanda Sherrill, Melanie Frahan, Mike Hays, Gary Clark. German Club tale book. sponsor, Miss Mary jane Kennedy, and Mitch Stallings share a humorous German fairy French Club Exchange Student Adds lavor to Club In its second year, Le Circle Fran- cais strived to stimulate interest in French culture. Members of the club attended the French Fortnight at Neiman Marcus in Dallas. The group also experimented in French cooking by preparing a dinner party at Christmas. Officers of the club were Diane Q Bernier, president, Charlotte Bean, 53-4 vice-president, Martha Nowlin, sec- retary, and jill Williams, treasurer. Sponsor for the club was Mrs. Gla- dys Bright. Also a member of the French Club is foreign exchange Sfll- E I dent, Jean-Marg Fcffgud, ffgm P31-is, Exchange student, jean-Marc Ferraud, works with headphones in language France. lab, ' , .1 I 4 LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS: FIRST ROW: Carrie McCann, Jeanette Nelson, Karina Naumer, Sally Crusemann, janet Kollmeier, Kathy Blackmon, Meredith Blanford, Debbie Parkman, Gloria Driskill, Amy Baldwin, Lisa McIntosh, Candy Porter, Debbie Brown, Deatra Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Katie Sherrod, Kathy Dupree, Leslie Brainard, Nancy Mitchell, Margaret Gregory, Mike Crager, Nancy Crabb, Martha Seath, Debbie Baumann, Lynn McCreary, Patty Ashton, Susan Stultz, Charles Henning, Janice Benham. THIRD ROW: Karen Talley, Pug Spence, Elizabeth Howard. ll ..-. fr . , -f-U ....,.,.,,g SPONSOR AND OFFICERS: Mrs. Gladys Bright, sponsor, jill Williams, treasurer, Martha Nowlin, secretary, Charlotte Bean, vice-presidentg Diane Bemier, president. Spanish Club Active Spanish Club Begins First Year Spanish Club members organized a student-aid program designed so that advanced Spanish students could assist teachers in bilingual schools. In order to raise funds for the club, members held bake sales and sold memo calenders. Among the activities which the Spanish Club sponsored were a .dinner at Caro's and a guest speaker from Monterey, Mexico, who spoke on the Mexican culture. Officers of the club were Carol Dunham, presidentg and Susan Manicom, treasurer. Q ali lt. I-CFYY PU1id0 and Sifldfa H31'dWiCk Cl'1CCk their At a club meeting, Pete Rutledge constructs paper flowers for the International Day festivities. newly created artwork. , tw .Wi . ,,r.. my 'VE Club president Carol Dunham checks plans for future activities. Vicki DesCamps and Cathy Evans explain to others the art of flower mak- ing. Pan Am Club Promotes Student Understanding Pan Am was a state wide organi- zation designed to promote under- standing between Latin American and American students. The club raised money for the Unicef drive in October and helped with a district project, "Tools for Freedomv which collected funds for underprivileged farmers in Mexico. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Delia Stone, officers were john Mor- rison, president, Annulfo Garcia, vice-president, Nancy Baldza, secre- tary, John Gray, treasurer, and Bill Duncan, reporter. ,ag lr' ' "" 4' PAN AM OFFICERS: Bill Duncan, Annulfo Garcia, Nancy Baldza, john Gray, and john Morrison. H F " ' Paw-Am 81.4193 PAN AM MEMBERS: Janette Oronos, Mary Urick, Liz Morrison, Melissa Pickett, janet Phillips, Brian Staples. SECOND ROW: Karin McCulley, Rebel Hillin, Paula Ghena. THIRD ROW: Michael McDermott, Tracey Thompson, Ben Hancock, Doug Arring- tbn, Kathy Mills, Vincent Roach, Meme Ramsey. ' Pan Am sponsor Mrs. Delia Stone prepares a tasty treat for club members ,I 1 ROTC Cadets Shown Use of ilitary Tactics ,I Y.. , In addition to basic army training, i ROTC participated in a variety of activities. Instructed by Sergeant y , Herman Bersciani and Sergeant Chris Fitzgerald, the corps studied Weapon training, military tactics, and y.,1 ,iii map reading. The corps marched in the Veter- an's Day and All-City Parades. The group also sponsored the Turkey Shoot at Thanksgiving and the annual ROTC Christmas Ball. The battalion was divided into the rifle team, the drill team, and the drum and bugle corp for various competitions. Sponsors for the corps were as follows: Debbie Richards, Twani Bonner, Sylvia Almaguer, Kathy Evans, Georgann Truitt, Joanna johnson, Emma Ware, Marion Kalka, Kathleen Smith, and Paula Hayes. Faculty sponsor was Mrs. Marilyn Betres. BATTALION STAFF: FIRST ROW: Richard Alley, George Ann Truirt, Clifford Jarvis, jerry Boydstun. SECOND ROW: Donald Chase, Denis Bumam, Guy McDaniel, Louis D'autremont. BACK ROW: William johnson, Henry Means. i l l RIFLE TEAM: FIRST ROW: Kyle Schroer, Billy Anderson, jason Benson, john Baker. SECOND ROW: Scott Shelper, Tom Carmichael, Michelle Wilson, Dianne johnson, jerry Boydstun. W f l . ,. ff., . I- , ' "" 5 ' ,. . 'in f ' KI'-J - COLOR GUARD: FIRST ROW: Emma Ware, Henry Means, Twani Bon- ner. SECOND ROW: john Hawk, Tim Myers, Fred Lerda, Robert Mitchell. THIRD ROW: jerry Boydstun, Richard Alley. FRONT: Michelle Wilson, Richard Alley. FIRST ROW: Todd Masterson Fred Lerda, john Baker. SECOND ROW: David Willband, Tim Williams john Subbie. THIRD ROW: Robert Mitchell, jackie Ralph, Lawrence Stout- senberger. FOURTH ROW: john Hawk, Robert Bums, Gary Hollatz FIFTH ROW: Scott Hollatz, Daniel Hall, Mike Cochran. SIXTH ROW Tom Carmichael, Louis D'autremont, Clifford Courtney. SEVENTH ROW Doug Beckwith. 'W - ,f ' if "z"ef.f"', - Um. ' ' '-mrcrff ,-- , -. w ' f' eff A' .ffziff ' ff. '37f"l',' . - f'?xT3f:r.'f2" ' ff"'.iQ J' " ef- . I I . , ,f,,,,,, K-fifwj ef, .'.fg,,,f. 'gy ,,,.,W,, ff, g1:,v,gL-f--g94,,,, .J-f y,:- V K 1 5 'pl f . M, I ff- ,- ff f V' In ,yu . f If - va- ff, -- :,f.f-:H -f .f,,.,awNf-'azfs-hz:-.,,mf ng, ff'H.yf.1:f:ME'9xfIf 4 , 1. 1 .1 ,-wvff-fff,.-fm, ' :Mt I fe '12 if A " lyme' W, f fr I ,- Q-1, 1, -,f A I. ,, ', ra., ,,5'., ,?1-2,3-44, fywfizrg yy 'w,.,eg, Q 'Q' , '-"- 1.Maf,,,M ' f - -,JAY '-:',.a,,Tf .f i f 'fijf55J.ff.m,, 1123? 24' 4W?4L34nK4w.w.1f'wfAw4 f ' "- WMV as ml ,,,,,,,, .,L,,,,,w,.. W7 M FRONT: Dale Lazo, Robert Bums. FIRST ROW: Tim Harris, Lawrence Stoutsenberger, Frank Perkins, Russell Mitton. SECOND ROW: Robert Shore, Kyle Sherer, Daniel Love. BACK ROW: john Hawk. FRONT: Henry Means, Sylvia Almaguer, Wil- ROW: Sidney Smith, Walter Anderson, Gregory ROW: Bobby Gambrell, Anthony johnson liam johnson. FIRST ROW: Ricky Hardin, Her- T. Roberts. THIRD ROW: Leslie Hickman, Mike Howard. BACK ROW: Mark Brinkman man Cameron, D. D. Kennedy. SECOND jason Benson, Gregory A. Roberts. FOURTH Alfred Thomas, Ronald Day. ROTC Corps Sponsors nnual Turkey Shoot SPONSORS: FIRST ROW: Debbie Richards, Georgeann Truitt. SECOND ROW: Joanna Smith, Paula Hayes, Mrs. Marilyn Betres. Twani Bonner, Sylvia Almaguer, Kathy Evans, johnson, Emma Ware, Marion Kalka, Kathleen 4 C COMPANY: FRONT: jerry Elledge, Ed Leuty. FIRST ROW: joshua Martin, David Creaseman, David Walrauen, Tim Williams. SECOND ROW: Tommy Payne, jimmy Pollard, Henry jenkins, Rod Timmons. THIRD ROW: Don Landreaux, Billy Anderson, Brian Staples, David Clark. FOURTH ROW: Anthony Lonsdale, Eddy Blair, Charles jackson, Cleo Austin. FIFTH ROW: Scott Shelper, Will Marlow, Gary Hollatz. BACK ROW: Scott Hollatz, Robert Mitchell. Todd Masters. FRONT: Alan Heerwagan, Richard Wentz, Eddy McDaniel. FIRST ROW: Tom Car- michael, Doug Lockhart, john Subbie, Kevin Baker. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Stoutsenberger, jackie Ralph, Clinton Dawson, David Willband. THIRD ROW: Dan- iel Hall, Mark Reynolds, Richard Dena, Mike Cochran. FOURTH ROW: Clifford Courtney, Ronald Day, Doug Beckwith. FIFTH ROW: Lewis Lehman, Ronald Lane, DRILL TEAM: FRONT: Guy McDaniel FIRST ROW: -Louis Lehman, Kathy Evans, Donald Chase, Kathy Smith, Ron Lane, SEC- OND ROW: Scott Hollatz, Eddy McDaniel, Alan Heerwagan, Todd Masters. THIRD ROW Doug Lockhart, David Creaseman, Daniel Hall john Baker. FOURTH ROW: john Subbie Mike Cochran, Clinton Dawson, Gary Hollatz FIFTH ROW: jackie Ralph, David Hallrauen 1 9 7 Lawrence Stoutsenberger, David Willband, Rich- ard Wentz. SIXTH ROW: Mark Reynolds, Ron Day, Richard Dena, SEVENTH ROW: Clifford Courtney, Robert Burns, Doug Beckwith. l AY EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS: Becky Walker, Vicki Leggett, Karen Keil, Bill Paxton, president. QNOT SHOWN: Diann Tavender, Cindy Taylorj Allied Youth A Strives to Help Youth Understand To seek the truth concerning alco- hol and other narcotics, and the best way of life in relation to these prob- lems which face youth today, Allied Youth strove to create fun and fel- lowship with a better understanding of oneis self and others. AY sponsored the Howdy Week program and dance, the Mostest Tal- ent Show, and the AY Beauty Con- test. Other activities included guest speakers, bike races, and Marx Brothers' movies. Officers were Bill Paxton, presi- dent, Karen Keil, vice-president of membership, Diann Tavender, vice- president of socials, Harriette Ray, vice-president of projects and finances, Becky Walker, vice-presi- dent of publicity, and Cindy Taylor, historian. Mrs. Martha Austin and Mr. Arch Van Meter were sponsors of the club. Z ,,. . ' .',. 1 A-,, , Wir' V -af S: 3 'fi ' JI Fifi - . -.'-'Mf'1"?'3f',' , ' Mr. and Miss AHHS, Houston Kauffman and Anne Szablowski, narrate the AY "Mostest Contest 5 Mala 2 AY sponsor, Mr. Arch VanMeter. AY sponsor, Mrs. Martha Austin. Y 1 I AY HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Leslie Williams, Kelli Brechel, Sally Cmsemann, Debbie Sarsgard, Mike Taylor, 'Susan Halsey, Deborah Morgan, Renita Morgan, Beth Finch, Eva Geren. SECOND ROW: Tommy Graves, Susan Stultz, Carol Reyes, Lynn Cherbonnier, Carla White, Wally White, Mary Reyes, Denise Harper, Cheri Smith, Bob Camp- bell, Toni Purnell. THIRD ROW: Eddy Taven- der, Melanie Moore, Cindy Taylor, Sara Roberts, Sherri Lance, jill Elliston, Patti Cates, Cheryl Belew, Johnnie Swenson, Patty Jung. FOURTH l l ROW: Doug Arrington, Ivlike Mathison, Liz Seegan, Dub Jordan, David White, Tim jones, Britton Cox, Kent Vaughn, Chuck Ross, Vicki Leggett, Tracey Tarlton, Becky Walker, Bill Pax- ton. Chorus New Director of Chorus Adds Curriculum Changes Under the new directorship of Mr. Ed Hawkins the AHHS chorus sang in theTexas Wesleyan College Choral Clinic, University League Contest at Tarrant County junior College, and the Fort Worth Choir Competition. The Acappella choir participated in the Christmas program in the Fireside Lodge Concert. Both the Acappella choir and chorus per- formed in the school Christmas pro- gram which combined traditional and new Christmas music. The chorus had an important role in the newly formed performing arts program which produced the 'cSound of Musicv March 22, 23, and 24. Instructor Mr. Ed Hawkins directs the chorus in "The Songs of David." ' A A A L ','. 2 CHORUS. FRONT ROW: Judy Humphries, Glenda Powell, Tanya Robertson, Sandra jones, johnson, -Alona Oglesby, Mary Waddell, Ella Michelle Wilson, Mozelle Gordon, Regina Kathy DeGrazier, Becky Ferguson, jerry Elledge, Stone, Kimetha Williams, Theron Hale, Mark Meeks, Mary Roe, Lena Calvin, Monty Bowers. Lawrence Stoutsenberger. TOP ROW: Stephanie Metcalf. SECOND ROW: Beverley Mack, Kay Staton, Means, Denise Teague, Trena Immell, Ruth Second period chorus classes rehearse for a Christmas program. . i I S L I , I . L P l 5 4 54' 1' I1 ' : 5 1 4g - ing 47 il H 'I . ACAPPELLA CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Brenda Maughn, Georgann Truitt, Nancy johnson, Monty Bowers, Mike Immell, john Ballard, Susan White, Carol Reyes, Margaret Hudson. SECOND ROW: Dokagari jones, Yavonne Mayo, Dawn Stoddard, Megan Heinrich, Rodell Norris, Rick Cooper, Emory Polk, Gina Thompson, Deedie DeGrazier, Erwin Price, jane Smith. THIRD ROW: Carleen Tepe, Rodennia Norris, Susan Berrey, Peggy Price, Mark Metcalf, Theron Hale, joe McNabb, Lee Aaron, Susan Howard, Susan Hanson, Cindy Sims. FRONT ROW: Mike Immcll, john Ballard, 'Audrey Haynes, Michele Young, Denise Sher- McNabb, Ruthie Woods, Mary Ann DeGennaro, jackie Coleman, Linda Lendefman, Karen Andon, man, Margaret Lopez, Diane Ruiz, Cindy Shirley Bradden, Karen Tarkington, Connie Wanda Shields, Robin Schuricht, Liz Cole. SEC- Kaplan. THIRD ROW: Rick Cooper, joe Bilbo, Maryann Callaham,judy Whiteman. OND ROW: Emory Polk, Rodell Norris, Band ilderbaek Assumes Direction of Band Precision marching resulted from long hours of practice under the instruction of the new band director Mr. Fred H. Bilderback. Kitzi Blitch, drum major, and Bridget Knudsen, baton twirler, led the band on the field during halftime at foot- ball games. The band participated in the Uni- versity Interscholastic League March- ing Contest, the Stock Show Parade, and played at all the home basketball games. To help finance their trips, the band sold candles during Christ- mas and gave a spaghetti supper. Along with the chorus, the orchestra presented a Christmas pro- gram to the entire student body. Musicians Lakie Setzer, violinist, and Susan Hanley, cellist, were chosen to play in the all-regional orchestra in january. ,V I. i. ...,', ,',. 1 ff., ,'i1Z'.:35Ez ' BAND OFFICERS: Greg Thompson, Terry Crummel, Jerry Crummel, Kitzi Blitch, Ramona Oel- schlager, and Peggy Pierce. if , V agafaaa 11 .af ' 4 WW 2' I ' 'Z . QQ,-f ' 3.5 '13, ,, 1 2 f ff.-ww: , M V., ,,,f .1 f MARCHING BAND: Drum Major: Kitzi Blitch: Baton Twirler: Bridget Knudsen, Mary Tomme, Megan Heindrich, Ramona Oelschlager, Sharyn Baddour, Peggy Freeman, Patsy Waits. SECOND ROW: Chuck Adams, Cary Clark, Kathy Baldwin, Karla Smith, Lisa Pickens, Peggy Pierce. THIRD ROW: Louann Hobbs, Suzette Umphrey, Diane Hubbard, Kim Stan- field, Ed Martin, David Barber. FOURTH ROW: Greg Bellamy, Mary Krause, Tommy Dingman, Lisa Martin, Frances Scott, Tommy Payne. FIFTH ROW: Kathy Watkins, Kim Robertson, Lori Oelschlager, Igor Lloyd, Guy McDonald, Paul Nichols. SIXTH ROW: Ron- ald Hicks, Ray Henry, Mark Tinius, jim Miller, Mike Woods, james Woodard. SEVENTH ROW: jerry Cmmmel, Arthur Owen, Malia Green, Mary Bush, Larry Stone, George Smith. EIGHTH ROW: Terry Crummel, jon Miller, Scotty McGarrah, Jimmy Skinner, Walter Schrupp, Mike Iewis. NINTH ROW: Clois Beckwith, Glenn Driskell, Hector jackson, Steve Smith, Ralph Willet, james Freheit. TENTH ROW: Cheryl Nelms, Steve Van Noppen, Roland Hicks, jimmy Buckley, Priscilla Taylor, Sylvia Hubbard. ELEVENTH ROW: Noel Sapp, Dennis Mitchell, Baron Lloyd, Gerald Patton, Greg Thompson, Pat Knight, jeff Tindall. 199' 4' Providing halftime entertainment are band members: Cclockwisej Terry Crummel, Jimmy Skinner, Scotty Baton twirlerf Bridget Knudsen' McGarrah, Chuck Adams, Clois Beckwith and Glenn Driskill. Percussionists Ray Henry and Mark Tinius concentrate on a difficult drum piece. Mr. Fred Bilderback pauses before beginning. the next number during a cold November football game. 5 5? ' it H ' 5 , , 2 2 gf 5 ' if 2 if 1 , 2 ,, 2, ,, ,f' 1 ff 01, , 42 ff ,Q g 1, ,ffl fa, 53 , 1 li E 5 4,15 X fl 2 T51 ff iii I s tif Z2 z fr 32 z' H 4 5, '74 ' r ' ' I, I il , W 1.1, A STAGE BAND: Malia Green, Megan Heinrich, jerry Crummel, Terry Crummel, Arthur Owen, Beckwith, Glenn Driskell, Hector jacksonhlames Greg Bellamy, Tommy Dingman, Lisa Martin, -Ion Miller, Chuck Adams, Paul Nichols, Steve Freheit, Ray Henry, jim Miller. Mary Krause, jimmy Buckley. SECOND ROW: Smith, Michael Lewis. THIRD ROW: Clois Orchestra Violinist, Cellist Chosen All-Regional Q' 5 ff ORCHESTRA: Mark Menikos, Katherine Cun- ningham, Marcia Adelle Carroll, Sharyn Baddour, Peggy Freeman, Ramona Oelschlager, Tom Menikos, Tim Menikos, Fred Burckhardt. SEC- OND ROW: Terri Baddour, Lori Brown, Dea- tra Ferguson, Debbie Brown, Kitzi Blitch, Louann Hobbs, Chuck Adams, Frances Scott, Bridget Knudsen, Karen Brechel, Susan Hanley, Mike Sharratt, Sharon Smith, Marilyn Ward. THIRD ROW: Allison Kerr, Janice Benham, Cathryn Schmidt, joel Kuni, Lakie'Setzer, jerry Crummel, Terry Crummel, -Ion Miller, Kathy Watkins, Paul Nichols, Igor Lloyd, GUY McDonald, Hector jackson, Glenn Driskell, Clois Beckwith. FOURTH ROW: Mike Wood, Ray Henry, Mark Tinius, Herbie joseph, Ronald Hicks, Mike Lewis. Debate Club Members Argue n Aid for Education at 'e"' , , .,,, .,7,ik1 Club members Donna Coffey and Mary Standifer go through past debate topics to get new ideas. Leonard Garcia practices his speech in class. Debate Club sponsor Mrs. jean Mitchell. To learn elements of debate and to present logically an analysis of argmments, the Debate Club chal- lenged students to express them- selves vocally. Mrs. jean Mitchell, sponsor, took the group to O.D. Wyatt, Castle- berry, L.D. Bell, TCJC, TCU, and Baylor to compete in debating tour- naments. This yearls topic resolved that "Governmental spending for all public elementary and secondary schools shall -be done exclusively by the federal government." Debate Club officers were: Eddie Gant, president, and Jim Flowers, vice-president. Other members were Robert Mitchell, Leonard Garcia, Donna Coffey, and Mary Standifer. Debate Club president Eddie Gant. Book Jackets Credits Received Through Librar Ai The fifteen members of the Book jacket assisted librarians by checking out books, shelving books, and help- ing students find necessary materials. Students receive one-half credit per trimester for their service. Officers of the club were Gary Angel, president, Shelia Saladino, vice-president, and Tonia Bullard, secretary. Mrs. Mary Skipworth was the Book Jackets' sponsor. 1 Sponsor, Mrs. Mary Skipworth, staples covers of interesting reading material on the bulletin board. Q z y' Nancy Vater and Mike Immell review their duties as Book jacket members. 65253 . Book jacket members, Tonia Bullard and Ray Bustos, alphabetize new additions to the card catalogue Book Jacket president, Gary Angel, checks overdue Cards. E. Science Research Group Group Enters New Fields of Research The Science Research Group explored new areas of research in animalogy, biology, and pollution control when the Fort Worth School District gave the 3 club an acre of land at Eagle Mountain Lake. Under the supervision of Mr. Flavin Arse- neau, members of the group set up a research station and conducted expe- riments at the site as Well as in the science lab at school Among the other activities in which they participated was a visit to North Texas Biological Associa- tion where the students studied new sampling techniques. The group also attended the Texas Science Academy Convention in San Antonio. Bill LaSalle and Charles Henning served as president and vice-presi- dent, respectively. Other members of the club were Margaret Gregory, Lyn McCreary, Sharon Smith, Kim Young, and Allen Zschiesche. wed' I X! Z f PRESIDENT: Bill LaSalle Charles Henning cleans the lab's microtome. l , ,W , Y .. A A ,l '7",.-' ig Q a A- I7 5 f 5x 1 i 1 1 i 4 M A ifrxlr ' "jaw ,, I I ,Qt s l ,,, gulf, 35,5 A . - N, f f- ,,,,.,,.,. di an Mr. Flavin Arseneau demonstrates the proper use of the microtome to Kim Young and Sharon Smim V s"ii i ' A .5 V4AvV ' Allen Zschiesche prepares a test tube to be used for a Specnonic-20 experiment. Student Council Kauffman Elected Top Council Position Chosen last spring to head the Student Council were Houston Kauffman, president, Glenn Darden, vice-president, Donna Forester, secre- tary, and D,Ann O'Malley, treasurer. Mr. Homer Ludiker and Mrs. Doro- thy Scott acted as faculty advisors. Among the various activities that the Smdent Council sponsored were Howdy Week, Homecoming, ice skating parties, Elf Day, Valentine's Day dance and Spring Fever Week. Checking attendance at Student Council meetings were councilmen at large Bill Davis, senior, Pat Fre- drickson, junior, john Rankin, soph- omore, and joe Oliver, freshman. Student Council president Houston Kauffman discusses plans for upcoming dances in '75. if STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: CLOCKWISE: Houston Kauffman, president, Glenn Darden, vice- president, Donna Forester, secretary, D'Ann O'Malley, treasurer. i 'sii f Q ,, W . , gf .1 ,, 'Qc , C cf.. - Y. 'fit , , ,.,, V 4 .iw ff yf Q ,,,,,f, .V COUNCILMEN AT LARGE: joe Oliver, freshman, Bill Davis, senior, john Rankin, sophomore. CNOT PICTURED, Pat Frederickson, junior.j Student Council Committee Tallies Elections of '72 '73 Members of the Elections Com- mittee Were Dean Stocker, chairman, Martha Nowlin, junior, Elizabeth Dubuis, sophomore, and Matt Her- ring, junior. Duties of the commit- tee members consisted of running off the ballots, counting votes for elections sponsored by Student Council, student polls, and special elections. 'QQ -... , ...,:,,,,. Dean Stocker counts ballots in a poll concerning smoking on campus. .3 - 1 ,-.fm Faculty sponsor Homer Ludiker heads the council in the year's activities. If Elizabeth Dubuis, Matthew M, Herring, and Martha Nowlin, receive instructions for Election Committee duties. was st Student Council Committees Create Spiritg aridbooks Selling ribbons and stickers was among ways members of the Promo- tions Committee helped spread spirit and support the Student Council. Donise Wilson, junior, headed the committee of ten. Names and addresses for the 72- 73 handbooks were prdvided by a computer sheet. The Handbook Committee, led by john Berry, had the responsibility of proofreading names. Herby Wells designed the cover of the handbooks, which were sold in October for 60 cents and dis- tributed in December. gs: Kg H -2 "li 7549. 51, f, - - f. , f 5 L 1 I 'Vg t Q f Q z ' , I ,: ,gg f--Aw XX y' if :,. QAQA ,,,. r ,,A.,,. A XM Z Q, , , X Wd? ,. ' gba , lg, fhllfv '! fs , 1 f ,Q 42- yfav we 51? W. janet Hanna and Kim Murray prepare stickers and notebooks for promotion sales. Z lm -".-' ,, 1 ff ,r M f,, , f , , ,1-sfa2f,Wf,,f:':, fa- 7ff4f'f,9'ww:wv',' if-I ff - V- - f. f 1 1 f 2 , 1 f My Promotion Committee members Billy Scheihing, Blake Bourland, Patty Ashton, and chairman Donise Wilson SO1'f fibbO1'1S- ,sw 1 Il Q iw ff if' 5 Handbook Committ 5 S-.... 'a,,,,, Senior Eddie Gant finds typing necessary for handbook duties. A L iii ,.ii Jai,-2155, Wffnv' if ii , I 'V ,ff--:K gy , l rj-'jj' Alk' H -f-- .,.. , ,,,,,W .. . We i, " ,f i A ' -W . , VV f ,,,k V , , , ,yfimm l J, I ,ff mi x: . , V . 4, 'f1f?" 317 iii "wa, 1 ' " it t. 'W-5 Y? V f' 3 .31ff3a'f":f,ff in f 'V I 'Mfg ' fr' :ji A x , "-f'f 1 1, - 1, ' ' ,,"3.p1i.:g4-' , ,, ,,,. iv ti ' f ffl? ee chairman, john Berry, reviews past directories. .fx .wg f is sss Vs q Handbook Committee members Marietta Hutchinson, Susan Manieom, Philip Ammons, Meme Ramsey, and Paula Anderson organize ideas for the '73 directoryt Student Council Year's Activities Initiated by Council Brad Smith headed the Programs Com- mittee which consisted of eleven mem- bers. The committee was responsible for the Howdy Week and Spring Fever Week programs. With Mark Davis acting as chairman, the Special Projects Committee organized Elf Day, Valentine activities, and the beard-growing contest. PROGRAMS COMMITTEE. BOTTOM ROW: Laura McMahon, Kathy Guidry, john Kent. TOP Programs Committee chairman, Brad Smith. "Think I could learn to do that?" asks Brent Armstrong to Special Projects member Donna Forrester. IOO ROW: Liz jordan, Stuart Montague, Brad Smith, Bill Latham. Z , 9' fr -, , f "fag .,:,4,,?t"r ' . 7 We . .gay 5, fi 5 ff 4 f W 5,'irJgEQfj ,,,. 5 Q f , , p . .a I ffga, 'f "'i 1 I 4.35, L "1,':L, -' U is2,Lr,:,1. if ,lie Special Projects Committee member, Toni Morris, takes time for 2 rest during Elf Day activities. Student Council Group Works for Athletesg Activities Paul Cozby and Chip Heald were co-chairmen of the Coordinations Committee which included alternate student councilmen and any inter- ested students. The purpose of the group was to sell tickets and publi- cize school events. The five-member claims commit- tee was headed by Eunice Bratton. Making locker and ribbon decora- tions were among the duties of the committee. W4 Becky Bagby cuts designs for ribbon decorations. Coordinations co-chairman, Chip Heald. X """"""""'f"""""' ! ' S E Q -""""""""""" M We LAL. 1 Chairman Eunice Bratton and claims member Susie Schaeffer decorate athletes' lockers for an upcoming game X Claims member Cindy Bradley pins ribbon on john Berry. ,wp-swf Coordinations co-chairman, Paul Cozby, sells jerry Baird a ticket to the Student Council ice skating party. 'T A Student Council Councilmen Plan and Announce Dances The Socials Committee, headed by jim Flowers, planned all dances. Their duties included band arrange- ments and the dance location. Under Honey Burns, the Public Relations Committee publicized Stu- dent Council events. They also helped announce council activities. Public Relations chairman, Honey Burns. ze' J! fx fb , Public Relations member Claudia Hutchinson makes an announcement concerning council activities. Lynn Denton and Janice Benham serve the Pub- lic Relations Committee by helping with ID pic- tures. Socials Committee chairman, jim Flowers. SOCIALS COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Ann Harris, Gay Burns, David Cooper, joe Oliver, Tom Brents, Mack Mercer, Decorations Committee Signmakers Add Brightness t allies Serving as chairman of the deco- rations committee, Sherry Morris was in charge of painting signs and preparing for pep rallies. The ten membered committee was also responsible for making posters and decorating for Student Council events such as Howdy Week, Homecoming, Elf Day, Valentine's Dance, and Spring Fever Week. ,M Committee chairman, Sherry Morris, pauses from her work to flash a big smile. ,1 . 1 Y , ,q'Ig:2fg' .. Q , 0 ,X J ff Yi" it 'at all X, 2 tl iv s X X 1 Lw.w.-1 -cr f y X - me t Y ' ,gf c cc ?f.1g?fa N JK f 'f:'i- K -4 MW L'-S 'VAVY "C W i if sa 1' ,vi " 21.1 , 3, V ' D i , -L , ig, 1 ,,,, , tt 'gan "Pa-pa-pa-paul! Do you ever feel di-di dizzy "It takes a real man to move a giant size ladder," gri- when doing this?', questions jerry Baird as he attempts to hang a spirit sign for the North Side pep rally. maces senior Paul Cozby. 5 'Q 'ii i ll get ,MW 15 , 'va' V .xffqy 6 Qf f i I ,,, , . ff f ? f 5 , f ' 7 ' f ff , ,f - 4 , V , f , ,, , ,, V, , ,a ,f:Q,::f ,: ,E 22" Decorations Committee members Kim Perrone, MaryAnn Flowers, Lisa Ratliff, and Nita Friedman exhibit a finished poster for an important junior varsity game. A A Vocational Office Education Students Find ffice Training aluable During the Vocational Education Course, students attended school half a day and worked in an office half a day, In the VOE labs at school, stu- dents were trained to use such instruments as typewriters, calcula- tors, duplicators, and key punch machines. Among the offices where students received experience in the business world were Stewart Title, Fort Worth Title, CoX's, Monnigis, and various hospitals and switch- boards. i"' 'e-fa... li .,., 2 V72 G 2,1 I "M we a ,gi 2 'sd' ,J Z' y VOE sponsor, Miss Carol Davis, advises Janice Hall on her calculations. 1' 5 ai. 'W' ev VOE OFFICERS: SEATED: Sylvia Perez, Barbara Phillips. STANDING: Gloria Reyna, Mary jane Ewing, Sherry Farris, Teresa Cook, Charlotte Rogers, Kim Hoffman, Mark Daniels, Debbie Darwin. VOE MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Edith Griffith, Cheryl Zularca, Beatrice Konlcle, Candy Bills, Kathy Strong, Ray Bustos, Lousetta Walker. SECOND ROW: -Ioddie Hale, Lisa Plowman 9 ww 'W' E tet. I .2 ' . Q l i , f.,. a t A .,.., 5-A, 1 , mg 'fi-........l I' i"it 2 Karen Richards, ,Janice Brewer, Cindy Sims, Minda Hebron, Susan Pewitt, Dorothy Strack. THIRD ROW: Lynnda Taylor, Jodi Kowalski, Katrina Goodrow. , ' ii junior Debbie Darwin practices using an office machine in the VOE lab. Pipe ,", , I K -rt li fl Vocation Industrial Clubs of America New Group Promotes Industrial Work VICA's main goals were to encourage leadership in industry and to help young people find a place in the working World. lvfr. Bill Kamen- itsa, faculty sponsor, arranged field trips to General Dynamics, General Motors, and Miller Brewery. N., ., ,"'9 .1.,..,,,. , "H ., K, f, 'sw Sponsor Mr. Bill Kamenitsa discusses an assignment with Mike Coggins, vice-president. ,L . 51152 1 f. gg x 'Q ig -sf? 2 1, Marg., Y K 1. . .,' Tijk xx v'-.i' y me Amit: a ass a ys-M -- aw fp , '-' , . f' 4 , Gregory Roberts and Mike Coffee review VICA magazines. f :?rf.,i:.,., s N 5 Lfiff X ? S' LN xi jp, - ff 'f A ,f f 'v ' "Q: i, 3. 2 Y..f,'u -,,, ,V M ,V 'We ,,,.. MA fm, I -,,..,Am' 3 4 V ,,p,,. f V Robert Vaughn, Guy McDaniels, Renee Davis, and Winfred Roberts study industrial art materials. ma., 5 -....,,n X W 4, f P Distributive Education DE Gffers Gooupational pportunities To develop leaders in marketing and distribution, the Distributive Education Club of America intro- duced members to various Working careers. Students attended Work-study tours at General Motors, the Apparel Mart in Dallas, and National Cash Register. With club sponsor Mrs. Jaqueline Frazer, trips were made to Austin and Houston to take part in DECA Leadership Conventions. Officers of the club were Lisa Carter, president, Larri Brechel, vice- president, Judy Strange, secretary, and Janice Hughes, treasurer. ,,.. , ' ,f J .p,p A fs W ..,,, 1" wr-'H H575 f ' W h J ..,. , J .J 4 Kim O'C-rrady fulfills the duties required of her as an employee at Shady Oaks Country Club. '31255'iff'-E-zfifii 5252135211133-EE1?fZ5f? 7 ' ' f,'.f-I-I,-ffll'fj1',fjf3Ii2E5'Z"fp fiiilplifEf:Q?E1f5i53f231252352223 'v,f . -. X 15:5ggig-3.31.1irggggrg-rzzwft' :.az:,z:2.sf'Qs" s .'i' - s. . ij , Judy Strange shows a customer the latest 'fashions from the Junior Shop at Monnig's. L. . ""'f1b' .,, , lc . V u5'1fje:.i'i'Qhf . f ........,.. . .5 ur., AQ, ,iw ----........ ...M M . -xsxg Q I' wg.. 4. DE OFFICERS: Judy Strange, secretary: Larri Brechel, vice-president: Lisa Carter, president, Janice Hughes, treasurer, Mrs. Jackie Frazer, sponsor. 'xiii' 'hx department at Neiman Marcus where they are employed. DE MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Sally Ellis, Diane Schwartz, Charma Edmonds, Larri Bre- chel, Eileen Felfe. SECOND ROW: Angel Rosa, Greg Spencer, Lisa Carter, Shari Records, Emily Reichenbach. THIRD ROW: Oliver Watkins, Kathy Dunn, Mary Helen Strain, Terri Hansen, Janice Hughes. FOURTH ROW: David Denton, Amy Brown, Kurt Lump- kins, Judy Strange, Kim O'Grady. FIFTH ROW: Tommy Brown, Debbie Damell, Cynthia Simplcins, Loyce Probst, Sheree Bryant, Mary Kay Metzger. SIXTH ROW: Randy Smiley, Curtis Roberts, Robyn Davis, Kyann Slemmons, Rachel Robshaw. SEVENTH ROW: Jeff Cook. Bobbv Collard, Marc Eddy, Wes Akin. Randy Smiley and Sally Ellis discuss the variety of shirts , L 'Sufi - sv, M wal-411 .F :E if 1. l in th e boys Future Homemakers of America Homemakers Strive To Achieve Goals Bringing together home, school, and community, members of Future Homemakers of America worked to attain leadership abilities. Organized for students enrolled in homemak- ing, each person selected a personal goal to achieve by participating in various community service. Among the projects which FHA was involved in were making fruit baskets for old folk homes, baking cookies for patients at Fort Worth's Children's Hospital, and attending the FHA convention. Officers for Future Homemakers of America Were presidents Francis Scott, Patty Furey, Sylvia Almaguer, Kakkie Cunningham, Connie Bilbo, Donise Wilson, Chandra Geren, Lousetta Walker, Susie Ford, and Debbie Yarborough. Secretary-treasurers were Susie Berridge, Lori Mukala, Virginia Montgomery, Teresa Stevens, Hazel Jacobs, Darlene Davis, Kim Rambo, and Lela Champion. Project Chairmen were Ted Webb, Kakkie Cunningham, Rita Green, Linda Montgomery, Eddie A Gant and Ruth Lyle. Sponsors were Mrs. Theresa Foust and Mrs. Evelyn Garwood. PROJECT CHAIRMEN: CCLOCKWISEJ Ted Webb, Kakkie Cunningham, Rita Green, Eddie Gant, Ruth Lyle, and Linda Montgomery. V x , J J kv..r8f"xJi.fi5iif SECRETARY-TREASURERS: FIRST ROW: Lori Mukkala, Virginia Montgomery, Lela Champion, Susie Berridge. SECOND ROW: Kim Rambo, Darlene Davis, Teresa Stevens, Hazel -Iacobs. 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Pamphlets contained information and prerequisites for over 400 differ- ent job opportunities. Visual aids and tape recordings placed emphasis on demand and availability of chal- lenging careers in the 7O,s. Students were encouraged to use this service any time during the day. --1- .19 541 9 V' ww., . . Dianna Hubbard looks through pamphlets on job acquisition. Mr Charles Thomas aids Steve Smith and Charles Stone in working with audio-visual equipment. During an afternoon visit of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Mr. john Giordano, con- ductor, announces the orchestra's next piece, A , , L, f, 1 I I '-ands Mrs. Martha Austin laughs at a remark made by Coach Merlin Priddy at the Howdy Miss Helen Hale Works with a child at Brooklyn Heights, a bilingual elementary school. Week Dance. Mr. Fred Bilderback watches the band perform marching drills. Administration Board Investigates Busing, Trimester In a report submitted to the Board of Education in February, the research department of the FW ISD revealed its findings on the busing and trimester plan. It was said that the research data supported a conclusion that the edu- cation of White children had not been harmed and the education of black children had improved. It was suggested that the integration of the faculties had been the deciding fac- tor. Concerning the trimester plan, the report supported the fact that stu- dents had an opportunity to earn more credits. However, teachers felt students were able to cover less material than under the semester plan. " 1 ', a. Mr. Julius 1 ' Truelson i f ii Superintendent of ., ' Schools I 4 X ,ff , . . , ,V-1' g.f..'. I ,, . . l r 1 'Q SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 1972-1973: Mr.lStan Harrell, Mrs. jack O. Shannon ,Ing Mr. Bill J. Elliot, vice-president, The Reverend john R. Leatherbury, president, Mr Green B. Trimble, secretaryg Mr. jim Harris, and Mr. Bobby Bruner. -Alli- Mr. john B. Sharp Mr. Homer E. Ludiker Mr. johnny Largent MI- D2Yf0f1 CHFYC1' M55 Monfiff VC Mrs. Nan-Isca Daniels Principal 1st Vice-Principal 2nd Vice-Principal C01-1U5C10f Tomlinson Counselor Student Council 2nd Vice-Principal 'Q 1' .lasik XV, Mrs. Glenna Edwards Counselor Mrs, Dorothy Scott Counselor Y IMAO. Near' 'T-af.. Mrs. jackie King Mrs. Iviittie Rhoads Mrs. Hazel Farr Qvirs. Nadine Grigsby Nurse Computer Clerk Registrar Secretary 2 5. is z xi , a Q' 1 ,E I 4 J 1 f X ""-x.,.4 Mrs. Hazel Farr counts money to balance her books. , X' ' fp , 1 2 V' J 1- 35+ ' . gfrm , If fffmgaf., 'i .Mi I 3 I I Mr. johnny Largenc considers a question presented by a student. sunns UPF 1. ., . 4-,. ,. UGLY FAT1 Administration Registrar Handle Record Among Mrs. Hazel Farr's duties is the performance of many financial services in her position as registrar. She kept records for every student enrolled in order to issue complete transcripts of students, records. She responded to inquiries made for job references on such items as rank in class, citizenship, and attendance. Mrs. Farr's duties also include being cashier and bookkeeper for the school. Making payrolls, keeping financial records, issuing receipts, and collecting tuition from out of the district students were among her many responsibilities. MRS. GLENDA WARD Clerk Secretary Library Clerk Librarian Book jackets Secretary MRS. CATHERINE DYER Counselor Aide ' 111747 Mr. Homer E. Ludiker chuckles at a studentis comment at open house. MR. JAMES INGRAM Resource Mathematics MR. C. Y. THOMAS Career Education MRS. C. WARD Instructional Aide V W Cafeteria Manager MRS. LOYCE MCALLISTER MRS. CHRISTINE SHERMAN MRS. MARY SKIPXVORTH MRS. DOROTHY WATKINS MRS. CHRISTINE MAXEY Mrs. Marian Vaughan analyzes a poem in American Lit- erature. MRS. JOAN VINSON English MISS BETTY WATSON English 'NM NOT PICTURED: MRS. MARTHA MELTON 6 English, Creative writing, Impreniom MR. MILTON BRANSFORD English, Speech MRS. FRANCES CAVENESS English MRS. ERN ESTINE COHEE English MRS. REBA COOPER English . -Miss ADELLE MCCLENDON I English, Humanitggjy SOI-I MRS. MAGGIE PORTER English ' 2 f . MRS. BEVERLY ROSS ,f 'f English, sOH 4 A , M 1 MRS. SYLVIA TAVE English, Yj Sponsor ..... 5 VJ, 1 Miss BARBARA A ,X TAYLOR f A ' English ' ,Q ' f fx. I TAYLOR X ., , , ,g tfff English ..,i' MRs.EUOEN1A 5' E..' THOMPSON - l journalism, English, JL A Quill and Scroll 1 Q V MRS. MARIAN " slss , .l VAUOHAN " X-lYA. q English, AY ' I 'W . "'l . plpg 3 is . ,. .... gs ' il - Qi VIVVV f 14 K Eli'i 5 Q .,,... A A ...,.,,, , 5: V .. iv fr- .',.. .- -'E' ' A-1 M ze: - , I 1:-1145: A ..Y as f :iw - , ..,,.,. , xl ' . .,...-.t.,- .,-P I ' . , , ,,.,.,.-.,...,:.,,,.,,.,. - t . .-"Off" -we'--..,L,,0' i I 'i,,ve" , 55' Q M .....f1ZLLl44v" V1 -- ,Li . syn, A , , H , ,,,,...- MJ- Q.. ri . , A M.-..e.... .cf -- . ' -1, 'gs g .. .. -My an ,,,,f-" W 1'5fi 'f""4"': 'izisfsl ' E' I ' . V I 5451. ,.1:1.,--4.1, " " ' : "jr -an-,', .2:.:t2:.f4-. . 'fi-1 X 5" 51 ' 4' ,-9--,vf-4-'. .. - JN- - ,f , ., .,-, V. 2 ' fr m , 'jjjfv.1'gi',-crm. ' ,..-.-35" ' ' ' vi iw .i .iw-.f.4f:'4a--fri'QAM'-rf'-""" , ' Mrs. Eugenia Thompson reaches for last minute materials for a jatket journal deadline. nvwzf 'I' . I ug Mrs. .Ioan Vinson reviews junior English classes on seven basic sentence patterns. English Reading, Comprehension Skill mprove The reading lab was a new pro- gram offered to students to provide an opportunity to improve reading skills. Mrs. Marilyn Bettes, reading teacher, tested students at the begin- ning of the trimester and placed them on appropriate levels. Each member of the class Worked on an individual basis with the exception of the tachistopic exercise. A group of numbers was projected on a screen for a fraction of a second and the students Wrote down what they had seen. The speed and amount of numbers increased as students became more accurate. Controlled readers projected film strips at various speeds to increase comprehension and rate. Word Clues books were used for vocabu- lary development. Periodically stu- dents were assigned to use new words in writing original stories. The reading lab also contained a paperback library to encourage Sfll- dents to read for pleasure. 'ff' . . -'-i 1 , ww f af' f f 5 , ff wx .Y .4465 . .1 -az-':1.-:':.4.::-. . Eddy Cook and David Mitts employ independent study methods in learning new vocabulary. cl fi' 1 Newly arrived reading lab equipment is demonstrated by Mrs. Bettes. MRS. MARILYN BETTES Reading Center Director R.O.T.C. NOT PICTURED: MRS. ,IEANNE MIDDLETON Plan A. Resource Room Mrs. Marilyn Bettes instructs -Judy Strange and Dede Ramsey in methods of speed reading. Language Culture, History of Language Studied Studying the history, culture, and literature of appropriate areas in addition to grammar and vocabulary added new dimension to foreign lan- guage classes. International Day, held in the spring, highlighted what students gained from the study of cultural aspects during their foreign language classes. Students took part in a variety of festivities. German and French foods were prepared, there was Spanish dancing, and a Latin slave auction. Mrs. Bright previews a French tape for her class. WW Miss Mary jane Kennedy, French and German teacher, grins in reply to a student,s remark V. 5 24 , , ,ji.1j1 ' ' n V in a as ,v,V 1 , ' S , ,ff ' xv? ' V . V , VL, I qpl' S' X , ' X,,,,,., w M A ,rr 'H' tt I 'W . ' E A . ' 3 if .. MR. LARRY MRS. GLADYS MISS HELEN HALE MISS MARY JANE MR. KENNETH MRS, DELIA STONE BARNES BRIGHT Spanish KENNEDY MARLER Spanish Latin French Cheerleaders French Spanish Spanish German Mathematics Math Keeps Pace With odern orld. MRS. NANCY MRS. DIXIE BODDIE CUNNINGI-IAM Algebra Geometry Geometry Trigonometry MRS. KATHRYN DANIEL Mathematics Mathematics has become essential to everyday life because of the con- tinual growth in our technological and computerized society. Several fields are requiring a greater depth of mathematical abilities. On the tri- mester system, students have a greater opportunity to take advanced math courses such as elementary analysis, computer math, and calcu- lus. Mrs, Dixie Cunningham questions students on newly learned math principles. awww.- MR. WILBURN MR, JAMES MR. ARCHIE MR. H. R. WESLEY T ISDALE STEVENS KRA USS i A1 b Algebra Mathematics Mathematics ge ra i X Www. X 6 MR. JOSEPH GALIGA Mathematics Coaching MRS. BARBARA HAILEY Algebra, Geometry Trigonometry MR. LAXVRENCE HARVEY Mathematics MRS. CORNELIA KIRKS Mathematics History Human Relations Analyzed by Student Mrs. jean Mitchell instructed social science courses which included psychology and sociology. Both courses were designed to encourage class discussion and participation. Psychology, which was introduced last spring, dealt with mental proc- esses and human behavior. Students studied personality development, intelligence ratings, interpersonal behavior, mental retardation and treatment of abnormal behavior. Students learned about the various institutions and social conflicts dur- ing their study of sociology. Each member of the class was required to do independent studies on current area problems. Many speakers came and talked on topics in conjunction with their studies. ,,7,,..5. ,, Cathrine DeGrazier, Kakkie Cunningham, Berna as enrichment in sociology class. MR. LEON BOWMAN World History 1 Basketball MRS. LENORE HURLEY World History 6qw,..fv if ' . ' ,, ,,'.. ,,, MR. ROBERT ETHERIDGE V , f World History JV Football, Baseball " ' ff , . fi LQ., 'cw 4 . if vp!! .. , - 91 Massingill, and Blaine Griffith find enjoyment as well Mrs. Mitchell prepares to put a transparency on an overhead projector. Mrs. Mitchell points out main ideas in class notes. ts 4956443 Mrs. Daisy Kahn greets parents during open house. W--1-A-..., Mrs. Mary Marsh illustrates a high point in American History. MRS. DAISY KAHN MRS. MARY MRS. CORA World History MARSH MILLER Government, American American History History MRS. JEAN MITCHELL Govt., Eco. Debate, Free Spirit , - ff 'er law,-,... MRS. EVELYN MRS, VIVIAN MRS. BETTY MORRISON MURPHEY QUIMBY History, English American Government Hist., AES Free Spirit V, ,,, Ma, I L W . Mrs. Vivian Murphey lectures to her class on the beginnings of World War I. MRS. BILLIE TILLMAN History, Girls Swim Team Science MR. FLAVIN ARSENEAU Biology Science Club MISS FREDDIE BENNETT General Phsyical Science MR. BERNARD LIONBERGER Aviation General Physical Science MRS. VANITA MAGNON General Physical Science MRS. JANET MOORE General Physical Science NOT PICTURED: MR. BILLY EARL Biology Mr. Arthur Tave discusses classroom procedures with parents during Open House. Mr. Bernard Lionberger fills out a computer data sheet on registration day. Mr. Flavin Arseneau ponders a question asked by one of his biology students. 'WHY ,aww ,A MRS. JOYCE MISS DONA MR MR. ARCH VAN MR. LARRY WOOD ff siDwELL STOMALL 0 t Yay METER General Biology Chemistry 9 hys cs 9 Biology Physical A C 0a ' Science l 0 ng 122 ECLUD Armin . . f May .. Physical Education 1 gy Health Classes Spiced fWwgiQ? W Interest was stimulated in Mrs. My Kay Kendrick's health classes by A M having parent speakers talk on cer- W tain problems and how they had to cope with them. Students gained a better understanding of various dis- ease and illnesses when listening to personal experiences. Another waystudents learned about health topics was by the films which accompanied the lessons. Alcoholics Anonymous furnished a film, on the dangers of alcohol. Other subjects were communicable diseases, ecology, and drugs. Health teacher Mrs. Kay Kendrick offers her advice to a student. . 4 MRS. MARTHA AUSTIN Tennis Team Physical Education MR. STEVE CHEVREAUX Physical Education V ' 1sABEL Physical Education American History MRS. KAY KENDRICK Health i Z MR. HORACE MORGAN Health, Golf Team 1 4 MISS BARBARA OLIVER Physical Education MR. MIKE PRICE Physical Education MR. MERLIN PRIDDY e""""'e Varsity Football Coach, Health Coach Mike Price watches a varsity football practice. Arts Performing Arts Class Gives Musical Performing Arts presented "The Sound of Music" March 22, 23, and 24. The newly team-taught project included the orchestra, chorus drama, and aft departments. 'lt was offered the last two trimesters. Students visited area elementary 7 MRS. ROSEMARY BURTON . Drama, Performing Arts W MRS. THERESA FOUST Home Economics, FHA MRS. EVELYN GARWOOD Home Economics, Home and Family Living MR. ED HAWKINS Chorus, a Choir, Performing Arts MRS. DIANA KLUTHE Art, Performing Arts MRS. MARCY RICHARDS Child Development schools during the child develop- Vment course taught by Mrs. Marcy Richards. The class, offered to jun- iors and seniors, studied intellectual, social, and emotional development of children. Aw-v EW ' -,J Ji. , . I MRS. MARY PARHAM 51, ' V ,ff--.. 1" f E ' ! if 'iflytk Iqfwy , S , V 1, , , .V 1 if-' Y f ,',' ' ' , , L f A t"' WN 2 ,,,, g 4 . ,, V WW , NOT PICTURED: MR. FRED BILDERBACK Band, Orchestra Patty Furey and Eddie Gant improve their cook- ing skills in Home Economics class. Mr. Ed Hawkins directs the A Cappella Choir in a song. E Cindy Marshall and Karen Copp work on scenery for "The Sound of Music" in art class. Me-Q-....., Kaye Staton discusses finishing touches concern- ing choreography with Mrs. Rosemary Burton. julie Cruz, Kaye Staton, jim Barr, Dawn Stoddard, Lewis Clemons, Debbie Laboon, Liz Morrison, and Susan White rehearse a scene from "The Sound of Music." Business Education usiness Law Teaches Responsibilities Mrs. Jacque Steinbergeris business law class was designed to teach stu- dents about their legal rights and responsibilities in today's society. Students learned about laws that reg- ulate the business World, how corpo- rations are formed, stockholders? rights, and insurance regulations. .f Joann Bray practices bookkeeping methods in preparation for a prospective office job. Business law teacher Mrs. Jacque Steinberger listens to a Studentis report on landlord-tenant rights. 'Jkt JV .....,.,af NW MRS. BETTY MISS CAROL DAVIS MRS. REGENA CLAYTON VOE MORRIS Typing, Shorthand Typing, VOE MRS. BONNIE PARMETER Typing, Bookkeeping 'W"" MRS. JACQUE MRS. LINDA SZOT MR, WILLIE MRS. JACQUELINE STEINBERGER Typing, TAYLOR FRAZER Business Law General Typing Distributive Typing Business f Education Sm ,g...1a- 2 .,,m-wfm-awww .wa hr "' ' MR HERMAN BRESCIANI Industrial Arts Skills Gained ith lastics MR LARKUS COOPER Power Mechanics I I ", A ' ist. . Mml Shop ...Ja -35 . 4 . ., ,.-' Mr Don Kinney assists Daniel Love in constructing a plastic bubble. Drafting IC'T MR. DON KINNEY Plastics MR. DON MAGGARD Wood Shop Boys' Svilim Team MR. NEIL RICHMOND Wood Shop NOT PICTURED: MR. CHRIS FITZGERALD ROTC A MR. DORRIS HARRISON MR. WILLIAM KAMENITSA Plastics, an industrial arts course, was offered to all students with no prerequisite required. Mr. Don Kin- ney illustrated such processes as thermal forming by vacuum and free forming of acrylics.' Some of the items students made were hard hats, picture frames, and plastic bubbles used for terrariums and acquariums. ina. Hub Wood rebuilds an engine in Power Mechanics class. h Pam Cameron and Anne Darden enjoy some extras time during lunch. ' 1 David Walraven analyzes the results of an expe- ' . riment in science lab. i Freshmen Frosh Enjo FirstYear g 11 the Hill' Q XXX jimmy Austin asserts the fact that some kids never grow up. FRE5-I-ITAN FAVORITE Freshman Favorites Shelly, Joe Freshmen chose Shelly Bourland and joe Oliver as their favorites and f Ed Beggs and Melissa Herring as finalists. Shelly was a member of the Stu- dent Council, American Field Serv ice, and Spirit of the Hill. She FRESHMAN FAVORITE FINALISTS. ED BEGGS and Spirit of Nan Abelson Annita Airhart Linda Albee Christy Aldrich Kim Alexander Mike Allen Chris Amos Billy Anderson Sharon Anderson Donald Appleton Rebecca Arias Russell Arnold Doug Arrington Pam Ashford jimi Austin Teri Baddour 1, O 'ff f L 11-'I' A fa ' gg Z? l 5 ,. ,sa ! 45 " 13,271 ! L s JZ, 6 Lends Much Enthu ia A ' an . i 7, . f ' ' K 5 f", . - . ,Hf-fi., ,f ,Q,f H i"7,'1P'- ' f f .ri f ' va" . I 1: 9 'aff -' " :' 'Q ei , ..f, mi: f W 423 ' f I, 1 ,L 4 .. 'Mn 4. .: v i .4 f '4 ', . 33 ,ang , I K 442' A fx ' -wif ff 2 . , fag ff ., . 7' Mn f ny Q if 4 ' , M Q ge f f f 4 6 " l 1 1 r 4 1 7 K 55 'X A m 3 . a s I up 'V gag, f 6 ,J f-934 .li 9' 4 f ' 1' at if L 'cf h 12? ' Ag., we ' W at ,, J f f ' f i 1 1? 5 'z " Q ,, 2 1 4644, I z , ff ' f la I 4' X f gi 1 Z fi ' f 1 ii Q .23 f' f inf, K K3 gi QQ! V5 gf , li fu. Z Q Q? 'M m H ' 45 at, . ff, I ,...,,. . aw f , .. ,, f , .4 .A ' 5 Q I '47 F I , 5' Q ,,,.' V if A 3- 1 f ,Q 'E i?7w., ,-Q' fi. ' 4 ,, , M wi fm ' -4, . , " fn ,, .n :Y "J ' fp: if Mjgtk 'H ,lf If . ,ff -L 5' '11 f f' JL. ,f 1,32 3 'wofi .r ,, .-WH! 26,5 .gf v, -,Q ' M George Dunham and Allison Crook visit together dur ing halftime at the Eastern Hills game. Undisturbed by a chilly night, David Priddy warms himself with spirit and crepe paper. .fmu 6? Dfwvrra Howie Bagby Miles Baker Nancy Balcloza Fred Baldwin Anna Bales Mary Berh Bancly Debi Banks Bill Barber Wayman Barham Lynn Barlow jim Barr Kim Basham Cynrhia Basile Bev Bass Robcrr Barts ..,-Debbie Baumann Doug Beckwith Ed Beggs Larry Beilhay Rickey Bell Karen Bennett jason Benson Bill Bergly Susan Berridge Mike Berry .wi 1 1 , 31 - , 1' A ' 31 i f"' "Q ri NG! fi. B . ,, ,f ,V e X 1 14 f. , 'li' X- "- 1. ' My A ff" . ,v" l R ' - -' " I I 5' . I I tba li x . ' X ! 3 if w . l 4 K f 6555? H49 9 '- -gf . ,- - f uf, , ' lf' I 1 1- f geya :wwf fi? :vga -1 ,127 ,,,,1,,fv- ,gf Q' X,,,,.-'Q-gps ' 4 'ffij' r 'Q 'L iw ' i Si I f QQ4 "2 gsfsff , ' 5, wifi? 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I ai Fw - X fig Shelley Bourland Fail Shirley Bradclen Kenny Bradley V- -:fx ' , 'U K r l A iiivi ill joe Oliver elevates spirit at the pep rally for the Regional play-off game. Cameron Young fastens streamers across Spirit of the Hill line for football boys to run through. Freshmen ffiee Recruit Freshman Assistants Many freshmen have helped with the clerical work in the various offices. Calling about absences, writ- ing dismissals, sorting mail, and run- ning errands were among the duties of office assistants. Students who worked for the attendance office, the nurse, and the main offices, as well as counselors' assistants, received one-half credit. K iff: x Z' , V 1 'Q fig, mf "VIA w a ,,,,'?,, 5' . ,gr is A, f 1:1 7, :k tg, Y 4 Qwf' , 1, I A ,' 4,1 1 f Ai . f ,. . . W 1 ,f fy , it I .A 1-:E I if l, f. ' ,W 5. ' a'4J5'f2' l2e, ,ZV - ' , 1.f.+3,1:a ii" is if.. 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J Y, j ,QI A . ic uii, A 132 'W' A' -Q ns! 11, , ,ff ,f fi f A ml ii., 1. ia ,Iana Brady Rusty Brainard Kelly Brechel Kimberly Breed jerry Brinegar Lisa Brock john Brower D'Ann Brown Debbie Brown Larry Brown Linda Brown Lori Brown Monte Brown Sherry Brown joe Bruce Debbie Bumgardner Christelle Burns Robert Burns Ronnie Burns Lois Burton jess Buckalew Lisa Buckley Kenneth Cain Mary Ann Callaham Pam Cameron Estella Campos Leslie Candler Robin Cantwell Debbie Cardwell Mary Carpenter Madelaine Carroll Ricky Carson Cathy Carter Franky Casavant Barry Caylov Mike Chambers Debbie Clanton Freshman Sandra Gardeline writes a dismissal while working in the attendance office. ouffiwwl Cari Cook Larry Cox l yr if mv' . ni i 7 H fm" 'MW fi!! - -is , - ' . : ' "m f "V ' ggff-, I, ' 1 ' ,. ,' 3 ,, ba ""' af.. . ' ' f- , ar- , r ,gf aw f ' 11 , - Q + M" . . 1 a ' . 31, .ii M f , . f fif '-ill".-. , ' , ff, f fi. ls- , , 5. ,., ,M ,J ., , L Y, A A 4 - W V , ff ' xyf , ga " ,f "lf i ghma. ' 3: V fi ' Q" far! . ,,4!,,,r , .p 'ff' , -. , , 3 .lf 5- ' . ,5 4-Q, W , . ' 'ii 4 i l i-. ,4 'ii 1 1 gf-I.: '7 .C .I f 'Q ,..,1' ', f ' " 1125. " ' , . I ', ',4 ' fb W F Q P , V " 1'f"" : "-fl :' -, fair -1 , 4" H . . E fe f '61-l k i .4 , 2 - . .i L C a - 1- "li xizwww-"fy .L ,, , S I Fulfilling office assistant duties, Bill Duncan George Dunham Dianna Durkee Susie Dushman Debbie Eads Burns Earp Bobby Easter Robin Ehrle Russell Ehrle W ,-f Rosa Louise Elledge Vicki Elliot Karen Emrich Pamela Evans Kathy Everett Leslie Fallon Tracey Farmer Chris Keller aids in receiving phone calls. i I 'c L , ig-My I, 775,521 , y .fi f iffy 'i5. .r,wn 'i 1- . 'ra ,' 'f-ff' , 1 if J' "VW C, ' 'Y 'Q., , lf, ,,. .' 2 'JV- ',' 3' if' Ae I aj ' i 1 ,QL l W l, ,f A ' x, X , A Z A 4 if r , .... .. ..-. .. 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David Cooper Linda Cooper Clifford Courtney Rachel Courtney Carolyn Cox Stephanie Crossman Bobby Cruz Padi Culwell Skip Cupir Irina Cussnick joan Daniel Ralph Daniel i Anne Darden 4' me Lisa David Alice Davis 1-- 1 Dee Davis 2 Elena Davis at Clinton Dawson Ronald Day james Denton Cindy Dominque Wayde Downing Perry Dunavant Freshmen Health Students Informed by Speakers ITWULV wr Kerry Finch e Cheryl Fislcr I TI Christy Forrcsr I r ' V I V ' David Foster ' - I 1 , - I I,,, -' ,., fy- . ,. ,,'1 kliaalxrh l-osrcr I 3 QI I gf ,Ia Q 9, II . Ilo Allyn I-osrcr f, -' 4' IyM'II'4 ,V--ia Karla liosrer 91,7 f . W' I JI' I 1 Wx james I-owler -, -1 , a, LV V f - - ""' ' f"z.P'1a' :ff V S ' , f V 5 V Q f 'lx htcve bowler Q I I If jjjxaf V I j Q ' I A 114 -V' 1 1 V-i.VVa X VH V i' f V . Cole Fraley I jarcrra Frances r ' I Srcvc Franklin V V, W , I Sheila Frenfh " ,"2n!fiII Vqf' 7 RP 7' ' ' ' Jerry Frick V YU' ,', V73f'i1fV 'i , It ' ' IV I ' nuii Tim Gappa 'V Klfarf' My ,, I? V N- Arnulfo Garcia ' ,J . , V. 'a ' 7 33' W ,- ' VV ' iw ,V ' MV, Vg ff V -V V6 X Sandra Gardeline "', X' " , , ,f 5 In Zgf Vlzifgj., I V , ' J-M. V 'V , . V 'mic :iff f V' 's .V .W-VV--V:::sV -W " - .irrha Gas: I , ,VM V. Vfa Q gr---N sg- --f. M - ,v V L 5' . V " ,, .. ': 2 1 . 4 :i:?.s:rI:s2:f::g::fVf1 W V -is Ilanie Gauna Gary Gibson I II, I 'I Louann Gibson VI 'Vf' 7g7'i"i ff I . V- V , '- ' VI 0, V. I 3' , .AI . 1 . V VV-. r V I V . IV-I V, 1 I I . V- ' Anrhony Giles ,vw 1 V 4- LI 56 I VII ,sf I I V 36. - 1 V 3 . QI 5 Ellen Gillis -,QI a ff' Zig ' '7 if. ' i w " -' ' Bruce Glaze 'k ' V rf 2 ' 'ff 'ff' V' fp, I,l,V:I in . , " V- V'f . ' 1' .. 4' ,M -'vw . , rf' 91, Dianna Glazier ' My . II -Q V ,,2Yfj,, I , 2- " V 1 VVV BI x If I I V, I , -. .V VV fV it ,V " 5' sc-'Vw 'VV' - - : V- V Van, 'ff Im I V -. 5, Charles GOIHS iVVV. e ex- f e' - V V ' : , fr A ' ' a s Diane Gomez A f 2- M--" ' 'I I I - VV , 1 ' fl, IV '-.V4 .K ' '- V' ' A "-lVVV,'f - if-Z2 . 6f?9?W'V . V:n V Xltfilliam Gooch 1- I III -I 'Ierri Goodman V - I, fe, V .V -14? .I 'V " , , V V! 0--0' V. , , rf I I Kathy Gorhum - L 6- - ., 'r",'f"'W,,a2 . Va V 15 2'-V 1fV .IVV , 4 Lu , ,V , ,, 'V V - "' by , --. Vw., Bill Gorrell I - VI f'29'?7?' V- I 4, V I5,.- V ,ar 15 1 I' - 'l Ch 1, G 1- ' f . ' Magi., V"-It Z- 1.11, ': VVff V V . I img my ,V Tia' ' V 'V 2 I 0 in ray V ,I VI A' ,I VI 4 ,I Vff - I, fdgf 7 'SQMWV Keith Gray ,WV I f i ,I 1 V, '7 K 'N V xy 1 VV '4 'VV' ' 'V 1 " ., ,' , - f ,ire ' V I , jfgyf Vm 51" Green . ""i.7' VSZ'1lf'VV 5 V V V ' if ' fx "gal '1 V V V VV . , D ""V -V" I fl' VV'f" ," V - 5' Vi V1f:V VV 'V"' f VV 'V G-go-V ' ,. al V ' ' , ,V ' ' f I . V VJ:-, II 9,V'fQ' . AVI, ,I1I4'V f 41-LC' V, VCV 7 'I7V4i!"" iff!!5V:"'VZ,2"f'fQijf. V.':'4 1,4 - - Q" " "ff V7 ', ',V V,i'f 'r :O 1- f-1 ,IjyI,V.rI-3-, f I g?" V' r VI V ,gIfIvgI"L Robyn Griffin 4 I -.,,V,fV IIV,V: Vfr, ' A V4-,Ia II I Vg, I 7V II I ...- V Cindy Grim, V' f ffj IIN. VVIV V ,I V' " '. 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I VI I an I f I -V V V 1 , af aa. 4 4 'rf Q ' ' - l i In health class, Linda Beilharz listens to Mrs. Kendrick. 134 Tommy Hamm Ben Hancock Mike Hargrove Kathy Harland Curr Harp Linda Harrzo Gail Hatfield Dennis Harris Mark Hawk jerry Hawthorne Sheila Haworth james Heckard -'wi-f"'fVVV Kp , , " f 'Tim fr 'if f 4' ' I - 5 ' :'VI,I af? 11 I 5,5-.yu .14 ' iv , if , Vf 3 'Q Q. .4 I f ,W f ,f Q 0 . ,, ,. I 4 .,." 'far' up y 2 W V VI V I 4 x I I M V ,f,J'a'-,' V4 N 'f fi 'il Vai? V. V5 I. V- -Vr V:- 42-7 LI X I 4 I ' f af 1 , I if 6' ... '- IV AQ' 01' ga ' ' x , --. gr Wf - 'f.V-: 1 i f If VW 4 VV V v J'- w 1 In ,Im f VVIII I wi, Vi' 'fl V. WAJQ7 ' ' ,I II. fav W 03lTf0l!7'YX,CQ' Q ' , KSN -- 1,5 ts as-ss V. sg, 5 'J--ff-t .3-1 . -V 1 -at t tl I "' . f 'rl i J x .f .F , -. 11.4 l A T "-ri' . , , 223:13 , ,.n:3::. ,B . an W . . .-.:,:, - . ,et -wwf ag- -V g is ...,....,,,, , 8 t , ,,, , W ' V 1? vu 9 ag I ,at . sf. . Ml . s --my 'j g. - ,.,.v,,2. 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Mark Heeknard Kathy Heil Tamsin Heinrick Kim Henderson Mark Henderson Robert Henderson Mary Hendricks Melissa Herring Kyle Hertel Cassie Hicks ff f7v,QQ3 Rebel Hillin .tx fyLX,C'Q John Hinton Kristi Hoffman Natalie Horton David Houk Elizabeth Howard Michael Howard David Howell Malcolm Houston John Hours Sylvia Hubbard Monica Humber Judy Humphries Jeanne Hughes Tracy Huston -A Dan Hutchinson Kenny Irving Joyce Jackson Hazel Jacobs Henry Jacot Keith Jasko William Jenevett Mark Jeon Theresa Jett James Jilek Tim Jinkins Brien Johnson Doretha Johnson Matt Johnson Trey Johnson Lynn Jones Tim Jones Mark Judson Joseph Julien Susan Jung Mary Kaye Juran Clark Kalka Cindy Kaplan Cindy Katchev Kevin Keen Kathy Keith Chris Keller Jeffrey Kelley Joey Key Carol Kirby If xx .ofwclwwp V 1 0'2f"CZ.' Jerome Kloberdany Elizabeth Knight Jeff Kollmeier Louis Kramar Mary Krause Joel Kuni Tina Ledberter Jeri Lee Tom Lehrman " . Gail Lesikar Cheryl Ley 135 Freshmen 6DJUOwsJO i 36 Freshmen Have a Variety of Electives In order to meet graduation requirements, freshmen were offered a variety of electives. Languages, business courses, art, music, reading, homemaking, and industrial arts were classes offered. Typing was the most popular elective. ,A ' 5 ,ii : , Ji 'VV pf-4 '1 I ,if y Ed Lfuly Vi-A Q. , i Flynt Leverett 4 ly' , 03, ., We wa.. ,V QKZQS- ,1 V 1' ' I 'risky ,aff ' 'X V 115, ,. D Leslie Lancill " R aff Mike Lewis Vi 512 , m'5f'i',' Ai? ,ef 1 , .V,' , U f " .11 - YM., in 1 ' Eric Lindstrom fl David Lipson 21,41 2 V ia. ll, ., ,,,, ,, ,,1, Wa", ,Va :, , Q ' -if fail jack Lively john Lobrecht David Lock Maria Lockhart jerry Lones Vickie Long joe Lopez Hans Lurhi Tony Lunsdale I f , 4 fy if t A aw ' 'i V 4 :V V, , Jntpfi "' ,I A ,-,fjiw -' . lv ,fa i,.,, 0 I K 9 v K if I 4 4 V JW!! "f at " f ,f ,ff in y, 4 , 5 1 1 ZLL uw,-, MMV, , Fred Baldwin recites his dialogue to Eddie Hanes in Spanish class. ei? 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WL K QM 137 Freshmen ndustrial Art - op x Annette Reeves Mark Reynolds Mary Reyes Malcolm Rhodes Willie Peary Ricky Peninger Ricky Penrod Cherrie Peterson Kelley Philip janet Phillips Terry Phillips Lisa Pickens Melissa Pickett jim Pierce Kenneth Pinner Kelli Pipes Brian Polansky Pam Pollard john Popkin Candy Porter David Priddy Lori Propper jackie Ralph Dana Rambo .Janie Randolph jill Rasmussen Brent Rarliff john Rarliff Brenda Rzulsron Clint Reed Danny Reed 1: f Af S f 2 if .. f 1.7 1- i 1 0 K ff l 1, 1 2. tn ' f fs 1 gg, A' hfz' 'Q . H, f f- f v E 1':. Isa. ,Et F - . , 1 ,Av 1 I , ,.,.. I V ,grgtfr 17- iff' ,, f f, I , LX ,4 'wg A . , , J, X , i' .wrf ,M 4 ,aa 1 , 'Q '-sf. 4 ma,-m e f !:,.1,a? TE: , 1 , LV,..g5i14f V, .5 area Q-. ' I 5 I M I f 6, 4 v ,-ag? , My 1 N f K Xi ii ., :I V I ' ' Q ' WF? N X 1 . 1 f H ' ,,! 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Sherrill Carolyn Shop Maggie Sherrod Theresa Sides Betty Simmons Bob Slavilt Bryan Smith Bryon Smith Frankie Smith Karla Smith Salli Smith Samantha Smith Steve Smith Holly Snowden -ZW Daniel Sosa Monica Sotello Scott Spence .fe Mary Spencer 7 y 139 U I p Wayne Treat A , , - I4 F re shmen Art bilities Developed by Student Mrs. Diane Kluthe, art teacher, encouraged students to use their cre- ativity on individual projects. Several students chose to macrame, which is knotting threads or chords in ornate patterns. Purses, wall hangings, and belts were among the articles macramed. Other students experimented with batiks, a method of hand printing fabric with wax on the parts of the fabric not to be dyed. Making pot- tery by throwing clay on a potter's wheel was another project students undertook. One girl built her own loom for weaving. Some students designed and cast their own jewelry. 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I i -nm Preparing a linoleum block for printing, Keith ,Iasco completes final carvings. i ,, ' . Y s -i-- " , 'ii lar f Having transferred a design to cloth, Cindy Karcher prepares hot wax as she begins the dye- ing of her fabric for her batik. . I f M f, . ai I Suzette Umphrey X ' , "" ' ' , Mary Urick V' a . ---If V V Karen Weaver ' - H I V ra r" 4 " ,- ,. 5' t . X 65, 7 7 ' i 'X 1' , if Lydia Vera V I , i - ig Killian Virginia " 7 A V ' " V .. f il 7 "'i I f?q,f,V1,, Keith Von Kahn . Af? - V' X- f X Zi , M Angela Wagner 'Sf W -' .- V 'f fl V: 'e" i ' H. 'V L Debb' W lk I 'V Z ,V Q4 W M. , V . ...V A . IC 21 Cl' , V, V I A QL: ff M44 . I 4 , Lynette Walker ,NA rf A "' ' A, Neil Walker wa- wr: --av "1 ze- ' 'V , ,. s. - - Q S I V, Patricia Walker 42, f f f .., Q 1' ' 1. Ricky Walton f ' fl .0 I. Zyf x. A ,gf 5 ,f Danny Washburn . 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V V ' '- . .A Sabra Witt 'L gg " A ,V ' 4 .. V - ' ff.2.,4" gjwz- f, U X 1 V William wood , A' -A . t ,1 Vi my ' ,rl o V Vxfs Ag XM f I V 2:-. V If V V , V V 4 I f X 7, , Rf f Q V Randy Worrell 7 1 T' f' ' V z ay! ht4g,,'f"" P. V' "' ' ' V "1 Dime Wfighfv if idk -f '15 i ' V 'i Lifzf' - fi. if if 417 .r ' ll ,vsmfzla -1 ' Teresa Wright , " I "nl ' QT' V, "1 'a w '- ' , ' V , 7' V ' . 7' 1 V ' "la 4 W IV ? Susan Worrell f ' . 'W 2, ' , VL 'L' - , J' inf," A r r f ' V+ 2 V Vanessa Wi-gh: H141 ef. Q e V 22 2 2 I-MY2fd'tY Q 16,2 . 3: VV In , 1 I, - Y.,Wy,,V Tony Yeager X 5' a f ""- Me' ' A . , 1 5 KQZLM VVVV W' 2 f?'2,l1'- Cameron Young fig I lI',IrX if K , ? Q ' CV fable V, Gi , A V e A ' : Douglas Young it 6 "W V ' lf i e W n wi rg? Dwayne Ywms ai .lat raw, .fr f 'MX ' f til . 1 1 A 1 V. 1 a ptr 'V Fred Ziakel Freshmen Frosh Look Ahead to Sophomore Year -Qi, .,,. ? ,V,.,., , . ,,,,-,L i ' 2 5 ff X ff! . ,,f,f,7yT" m fg ll' eff' If During Spanish class, Doug Arrington practices a verb conjugation exercise. jf "It really was a great year," declares Roger Sarsgard. fa ,Gaia ,V 1,4 ff wa wifi ? if 'W 7' bf, "'4f'a nr va 1.4 gem' '9 Wayne Treat takes notes for a homeroom report during a Student Council meeting. l'You mean you are supposed to put Alka Seltzer in water before you take it?,' questions surprised Natalie Horton. Doug Maxwell and Eric Mack complete a science assignment, referring to a periodic chart. Melissa Herring, one of Santa's helpers, prepares to Debbie Gads, Bill Duncan, Arnulfo Garcia, Priscilla Taylor and jean Otto revise their Spanish compos deliver a package on Elf Day. itions. UI think you made a big mistakef, concludes Diane Wright Crightj to Dianna Glazier fleftj. 'R Kayyabc Brown at SOPHOMORE FAVORITE: MIKE BATTS Sophomore Favorites SOPHOMORE FA Mike, Peggy Rated Tops With Sophs - Sophomore Favorite honorees were Peggy Stocker and Mike Barts, and finalists were Kim Perrone and Henry Harvey. Mike Barts played varsity, football and junior varsity basketball. Mike on the Yellow jacke! staff and was a member of Allied Youth and the Student Council. Peggy's outside activities included riding bikes, play- ing tennis, and attending Young Life. I was involved in Young Life, Cam- paigners, and church activities. Cheerleader Peggy Stocker served SOPHOMORE FAVORITE FINALISTS: KIM PERRONE and A two Kim HARVEY f 4 Sophomores thletioTalents Shown by Sophomore Mark Abelson Bill Adams Frankie Allred Naomi Alvarez Phillip Ammons Cynthia Anderson Lori Anderson Len Arbuckle Ray Armstrong Ernest Aronos Mike Ashford Dana Atwood Kim Auld Earl Austin Tim Austin Louis Ayala Rui Ayers jerry Bales Richard Bales Susan Bales David Barber Becky Barker Valerie Barnard Glenn Barnes Mary jo Barnhill Linda Barron Melissa Bartholomew Martha Bass Jeb Barts Mike Barts f Q fi i fa I ' +f5f-fn .' V s. M as ff af 5' , ,512 y, f gfvvv: 1:7 41 .ir 15. ' 7, y ' g,:1ff, , iff X C L' E3 . W, iw? w 'ie s f . 3 .-1 2 .ff ,. ,. f ,J ' ' ' . f 213 , ,sf I A, ' win v f MV' ,rg 4 A5 , , V any , I T7 l' ' fy"-4f"' " ff.:4:fF 1 Iggy .V , fvrrghl f , , A as - at if Q A V, 5 , . ' - w127z,:f. f V , ,Qt , fan gr . 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I' 'wf'..,fa. - " "aff 5f'v'.,,, , ,.:,'g 4,324 , 3 - ,f if Charley Meeker skillfully bounces the ball off of his head in a game of the AHHS soccer team as Tom Hamm and Bill Adams assist him. .-2-r K- ff , f'gfgr,,.' 3 Q 1 ,vi wr .-w ' , if 'ii , six A N , l an ,1 ' 1"' A - ' if A za, D i ,rm -5 ,l :LL W Brenda Baumann 62 Cheryl Belew L it Mitch Belew ag- Greg Bellamy f r Janice Benham julie Benson 1.4 1, Alain Bernier A 5 Eddie Berridge f Kathy Berry -' Karl Biggs ' Cindy Bilyer Donna Black 1 f It ,M ff- 6' r ,1 i f ,X 1 E J 'K MW! Ricky Blanton Jef f Blitch Rory Blocker y,,i ialif . f--l yt, , . , ff ,,, ,, , L. ' Lwgrf '62 :g , f f ig., " fm 's,'i fl , f - A Qi? V: 3 Q l R I Qu' 111 . ang. ,J-4,42 '35 vs ' , 5 y F. l if r,al A N ga ri EL , A 'rib ' ' E r jeff Bodley Abigail Bonner joe Bostick Vicki Bourke Brenda Bradfield Dale Bradley Leslie Brainard Dadee Brennan Terry Brewer jill Brewer Debbie Bright Todd Brookshire Clark Browder Clifford Brown Debbie Brown Eric Brown Kaydee Brown Kelly Brusenham Clarena Bryant Fred Burckhardt Dana Burgin 14 48 Sophomores JV F oo ball Supported by Sophomores For several sophomore girls, Sat- urday afternoons meant painting signs for the junior varsity games. Peggy Stocker and Michelle Thorn, junior varsity cheerleaders, organized the group. The girls painted faithfully for every game. Posters were placed on annexes and the field house. For the district championship game, the sophomores decorated the boys, lock- ers and the football field fence. On the morning of the game, the girls decorated. the doors of the boys, homes with signs and crepe paper. -Iill Burnett Chuck Burr Bev Burt Carl Burt Kelly Buster r Charles Byrd Debby Caffery Faye Cain Tisa Calhoun Jeanne Calzacorta Bob Campbell ' Gloria Campos Ricky Cantrell john Cantrell Ken Chandler Dicky Carden Laura Carroll Amon Carter David Carter Nina Carter Patti Cates Cheryl Chandler Lynn Cherbonnier Vickie Christenson fNfCQ," Pam Clapp Dan Cofer David Coffee Donna Coffey Harold Collier Karen Conway -a s Wg,-g 1 wif f 1 , Lb .,, , 9 a I -1 25 nw aw.. rub ' 1-N If f 'Xxxx , Zap I 5 fi! if A f , Q2 fy ,V af' 1 C ' tj 'sw , ' ,dlf-7:47 we, f w , . 5 ,I Kaydee Brown and Chris Ray spend a sunny afternoon painting signs for ajV game. f "" af-N fa 9 rj 'J gf ,Q s 5: ,. ,JS ' I' ' 4- 0, f f' X.,-:NV ,ata WN -ji,-,QA-. . '.. . . win G56 M? :vw f E. 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Betsy Dugan - ftlwfflg is jeff Eakin Stacy Edwards Karen Elkins David Ellis .f il? . 'f' - - 19 ' "' X , ' 4 A it ' ' f l Pl -'42 '-tx jo Longcrier and Marietta Hutchinson vigorously stir paint for their latest creation in posters. I Sonny Ennis 'X fhicg Rosy Espinosa X PM Mike Etheredge qw Kathy Evans Doug Fain Brack Faulk Britt Feik Perry Fell Deatra Ferguson Kirk Fillmore Beth Finch Leonard Flemming I4 GW? x 5 fhfifl Tommy Flores . , , Susie Ford Larry Foster Greg Forester Daryl Fowler Mike Fowler Kenneth Tony Franklin we .1 1. A, '. x ,,n, I RX if if + ' all , Q urs- ' , ky.. .' av ff if Frances y 9 ,qupwwm 4411 az G, it Donna Franks ...-1 Judy Frederickson Chuck Freeny Renee Frodin Desiree Futch Sharon Gaede Carmen Garcia Leonard Garcia Frankie Gardeline Debbie Garrison Phyllis Gatterdam Paula Ghena Carolyn Gibson Gff "f mwMfmw f . .f ,L ,4 Q5 .E tg, , .' ,3 I , v f jf J f ,j if I , : g2'f4,gg:' 5? A ,y,Li M. , r,,. , r,,r ' f 'wwf 'ffi Jawa' :f.,..2 'fzg--4-44441. zf,fMQ,s1gf .r PJWWW' fwfr. MZ Mike Barts becomes a mad scientist in a Young Life s it -'Oi Leslie Gilfillan -i V ff" Cindy Goldsmith 4 ,44 r"l A ' my ' Carol Govednik - V ' 3 ' V Molly Grant ,ii jzl , nf, ii. "' ' V Timmy Graves M? , lll V ffr'i ' H ffl" Q will iiv t , I i I Charm Gm . , F if f ,2i.,- ' 'ill ' ' ' 51:4 J. al - . '1- .u, .msg Carrie Griffin Cheryl Griffith Larry Griffith David Grimes john Grimes Rose Gurney Steve Hale 1 A David Hall Y Herman Hall i Mary Hall Walter Halpenny ,," ' li' V Mike Hammond N f , .fQQ,, ! U i F al l if 'Q i, F , rg, f ek' 4 f, xg I I l 5 giq QMWVWW 0 Ni ,, 42. ,' Q. ., ,,, f 05 1 4' i f .r 1. V 5, A 1 'f , 2 , Sophomores Sophs Get Involved ith Young Life f x ,, I I , ax, J ff. rf tc av i .lf Pow if ' 4 i t l , . i 1 ja, R , ,M V 3 fini Z , 11' -5 , ' "", H .,,. 6, y: . V ,. 5, 1 r 4 V - g ,t 15 wi? M-w'?ji56' 9. Sandra Hardwick Robert Harper james Harrison Henry Harvey Don Hatfield Joanne Hausenfluke Cindy Hauss julie Haworth Sharon Hedge Charles Henning Vince Hepti Bertha Hernandez ' 'ff , I 'A '-v Z 1 Brad Hickman V, V i, I Roland Hicks ' V 'ef " Ronald Hicks ...Z A ' Kimberly Hill , q ff , " Z y i, Nancy Hill W, 4 raa X . x q M , IV V .Raylan Hill 49 . 3 3 l QQ. 4 z fl- , til Q 1 " ,in - . Sylviter Hill ' A . Davi Hines , My .Ki . , Artie Hodges ' 'V ft!-or jim Hoffman ,Vt ,,,, , , , , Q -f 'Y X, Tracy Holmes tag f sie' ,' . - Beth Hooper 4 I V f , A, ,,., ,,r., ,,.4 t V ,, . . M, Heidi Hoppin Ruthanne Horn Stephen Horton Cynthia Howard Mark Howell Michael Hughes , if i ' :F ,V ' E , ,,,,,f kg,, my . wide' ,Q 'Q'f1..,,,..,.. ' ' g.,.e - vl lai lgpgg- n.,,ZV5e5ghggf1.-24':, Y V A - Q J 1 H " , . -" "-'A ' ' 'WJ f Y ' WA M. ja. ,A . ' -, fa ' , 4 gy! .bL,.,-yy. , . My ,, ' I Q fa 'ff , ? 91 1 , wt , - V - 74 A x' ' ef ., i I 7 i R r 4 Angela Keeton and Renee Rader join in a song of jubilation. Sophomores ook Reports Illustrate Creativeness To create interest in classic nov- els, Mrs. Beverly Ross had her soph- omore English classes divide into groups and present a scene from a book of their choice. Students were free to develop any procedure which they felt would be most effective in their presentation. Groups used costumes, scenery, and props to capture the essence of their books. Tbe Hobbit and the Cbe- .fire Cat were among the main char- acters portrayed. Some of the books reviewed were the 5.5. Titanic, Little Women, and Rebecca. f Randy Jacobs Lydia Jacot Ken Johansen Bruce Johnson Sarah Johnson Denise Jones " Y Nancy Jones Anne Josephs Patty Jung Marian Kalka Linda Kammer Debbie Kauffmann Angela Keeton Nancy Keffer Jon Kemppainen Beth Kennon Kathy King Phil Kite Cheryl Kling -V L, Bridget Knudsen ' Mary Kropka ' Amy Kuchar , Kerry Kutchinski I ,nt -.pf 4:7 Nancy Lamb f Zurella Lancarte Monroe Lary William Latham Nancy Lawrence Jimmy Lee Vicki Leggett Toie Hughes Bob Humphries Bennett Hunter Don Hutchinson Marietta Hutchinson Trena lmmell 1 if ,hr '4 If ,Au f ,Hb I ,ff f fi ,gay 4 V, f 7 If .A waxy! an """"f f f l- A X u Q 53 nf if ,, ' "' ' J ig' et ,ffwea pe ' if " , ,wi ,t ,asf 2 , ' . ir ' f L ' ' az - gifs' , P fm, 2 2- 1 ' "W' F f 105. in fu l K. M, I f ' i J f 4 5 ' is ii 'ft If if ' 1 af X -5 ,Q , . t , Mffl -. ei? -f ff' "" Lf: , ,fi , Li 6 ' 'i . , Ea X Ami., 4- I i f , 1? 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T4 .ir ,Wal-2 229' f J VN ,.,i V' X my J Vi? fl Robin Lemaster William Lemire 62 Linda Lenderman Fred Lerda james Lewis Stacy Light Igor Lloyd Douglas K. Lockhart Suzanne Long ,Io Longcrier june Lopez Kathy Lord J Mary Ann Loveall David Lucas Mary Mahanay Ricky Malin Susan Malone Bonnie Maples john Marshall joshua Martin Lisa Martin Ken Martin Edward Martin Bill Mastin Manuel Martinez Todd Masters Yavonne Mayo Adeline de la Maza Robert McAllister Carrie McCann Melissa McCloud Karen McCulley Martha McCulley Blake McCurdy Edward McDaniel Scott McGarrah Norman McGinnis Chuck McLure Laura McMahon Mike McMahon Patricia McNulty Charley Meeker Regina Meeks An na Marie Mendoza Sophomores .lil 1' fy fa Y .a 5 f' ' fr I, 5 , I fi if, 5 4, , X W , ,f mf C if or 1 f LW j f Sophomore Biologists Study rganism Margaret Meserole Becky Miller Mark Mitchell Robert Mitchell Susan Mohler Jane Molpus Stuart Montague Scott Monzingo SuDeline Moore Rusty Moore Deborah Morgan Jennie Morris Liz Morrison Russ Morton Janice Moser Cindy Mullins fljgf fr1,QJCQ -.Karina Naumer ii 154 Jeanette Nelson 5- Dena Nichols Robert Ogelsby David O7Neal Lisa O'Neal Jack Oney Janette Oronos Andy Orr Sandra Osgood f ' 1 . 3 V 4 vdazlrff ,. , L '. ,em L41-5 1 ,,,f 1' U? t: "?f'? ,f 2 ' A r ll I , J , 6 4 2 ,, 'W - , K Q g if P' ' E ', f, it , ' 'W uf, View ,fl Ai ' if V ffl , law WW W ef f , 6 1 a .f 'hiv I .,,,., 4 14, f f 1 5 .4 . 7 2 f f My I gy ,f 1 W: I 'Wifi 'X' 'ff m' 1,1 , Q. , Qi ,- KW!-af e:., vt L? 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M , ,M Q f 'B 9 i'aQ f 1.9 " 45? il in 4' ' ai , '- s I gt Q y,pQ M, Beth Otto Arthur Owen Dolores Paiva Pat Pankey Debbie Pappas Nancy Parkhurst Pat Parker Debbie Paschal Robert Patsel Mischa Lynn Patton Rossana Perez Kim Perrone N Mike Perry Abby Pewitt julie Phillips Raynetta Phipps Glenda Powell Gladys Powolny Nancy Powolny Nicky Prachyl Erin Price Pam Price Letty Pulido Toni Purnell Renee Rader Carla Rancher john Rankin Chris Ray Mark Renfro Karen Renfrow Glenn Rex Carol Reyes Mary Reyes Cynthia Reyna Fred Reynolds jack Rice f9u,CQi Sophomores Sophomores Help The managers for the varsity team contributed to the jackets, suc- cessful season. Frankie Allred, Eddie Berridge, David Cutshall, Kerry Kutchinki, and Bob Sanford were the managers for the '72 Yellow jackets. Helping the team during the many long practices, carrying equip- ment to and from the games, and assisting the jackets on the sidelines at the game were the many responsi- bilities which the managers per- formed. eady Varsity Team Sherry Rich Sam Richardson Dave Richardson Cindy Riddell Ronnie Roberts Earl Robinson Wanda Robison ,K - Karen Roe ,M ,,... 'V V Af Mary Roe W 4' 5 , w , if riff I Karen ROgCrS Susan Rogers f 1? 'N ul: life . .,, 1212 Kris Romer f 4 Wi.f, 'f ' Laura Romero Ramona Rosberg john Rose Chuck Ross jeane Russell Sheila Saladino Bob Sanford john Sanford Tad Savage Billy Scheihing Barry Seaman Lynn Sherman Wanda Sherrill Katie Sherrod Ware Shipman Susie Shively Tony Sides -Z Charla Sikes Andrea Silverstri Teresa Simonds David Simmons Mac Simmons Ricky Sims Cindy Slavik r Q QQ? . vi V an 5 4q,yZ+1. , I ff '53 , xy 'M'-, 4".mf.' 7 ' " fy, ,. .f W az ,. A ilglli , til , ff. A ' ,M W , r W Q X wi Eddie Berridge takes time out during a varsity football game for refreshments. A4A 1 ,rw 1. J , I fy . H I I P 72? ' air - 'aff , an , 14, ,?n0 ,W 1. gf , , ,, . 1 C ' 'ff-rn 3 '- f ,li 4 f x 1 , 2? A f . I ,gag : Ulf X ri! I 9 1 f f 1 ' 7 4 ,V fa . fx Q A gp nw, ,, ,V '1 ' 'V 'cg Z ff . ' ff' ""f ' ,f fagqi 1, "1 - G U s 'W A . , A f ga , Zig 1 424 li' - A .I I f, t I xi ' A ' 1 , -I W f , l X ZW- .zz , 5 , f f-' f 1 I f If . ,wa- ,, .. ,- W Y 229 ,I .Q f if if 1 ag 3 ,ZW a 1' I ,yi 4,1 ' 1 'A ,g 'ya f 31 agp, iff rl f 4 X IZ' ' :,7:fII 'Z, .1i.z . , y' :g ff , 1 ' ,fr 1, I Lf , , , .ff f ,Q , If, , , f' If X 'ri ' ' W QW? , ff ' , f ' -' . in , H. 5- , V ea H ,, 4 f ' 2 2' 5- V . 17 , V' .1. . v ' fire , 15 - f f fa? .""'4-JJ .5 f ", . ff' J M" ' 'Ja' ". , Q W ' ,Y 5 ,, X K 4. ff Q wg, fff 5 ' f' f-' 6 92, " . 3 41' .I I, ,EK lk 1 fm JV, , gy 2' , f .,f ' ' '-aff, 2 4. new W ' 1:2 i i'f'7x I 'file 4 fa ,ff , -L 1 ,ff ' '-.5 If ea ft, ' 1. Qlsi, ,af A f ...w ,,ff,.,-, I , 1 5 fn, If Vs, cl A . va 11 1 Wd ff lf Zyl . Mgr -rfwffc 9. W .ff if . ' 1 f ' 2 Sf V, U , , 1, f , J' V58 fp, Q' W a Q7 'izlli fx in ' ' f A Steve Small Deborah Smeary Grey Smith George Smith .MDM I 1 2 sw T '-L I Q f I Q23 f . , f, f , f If ., X S' z , f f f f we 6- , 4559 Hf 1 rl 1 V ' Sharon Smith Cindy Southerland Robert Spears Walter Spears Lenora Spillman Weldon Stacy Mitch Stallings Mary Standifer Rick Starr Shelley Stevens Sally Stevens Doris Stiff Margo Stimpson Peggy Stocker Dawn Stoddard Ray Stone jeff Strong Peatill Sturves Johnnie Swenson Linda Szukics Tracey Tarlton Linda Terry Becky Thomas john Thomas Mark Thomas Pamela Thomas Gina Thompson Greg Thompson jeff Thompson Nancy Thompson Michelle Thorn Dianne Thornton P Sophomores ew Spani h rrwill, Lynn Tolle Phillip Travis Linda Traylor Richard Turner Bo Underwood Chariot Utley Teresa Valentino Steven van Noppen james Vercher Becky Walker is ni I ' J' f W 3 Wi, ,. Club In olves Sophomores I f Y 5 if? li faire Byron Walker Vikki Walton Francis Ward Marilyn Ward i , l11'I1 WQWWQV W ,f H ,-ii M Bob Ware , 5 l" A , Sherril Washb l,.. "What evil lurks in the minds of Spanish students?,' queries Andrea Silvestri. Randy Webb 1? V V Richard Wentz Lyn Wesley il Earnest White f s ' A' 2 V Li da White Z , 5 V x iff., ty ' A t-, lj T , f if fi X ff f in ,a f f X' Q' KW 1 W 2, f a me , ,N , A a ny, f- 51, Q an Q , ww ef 177953 ,. ft ,va M4 '87 , ' 72 I 4. Q f ' , , f AZ! Af ,W , 3 f. X f a , , f 35 I lf ,ir L. f 4-ax' . 5 5 , e Q 1 340. 5 qs X I.. abr' WM .H 7' H iga f, V H Etygni' 'f '- Ll 'i , fl, - , J 5 U' , 'f J 35 y 2 .f QM Vi ai' me 4 4' ,QV ' vsii - ' fief '--, PM -:Y " i ' ff ' il., 312' isa I il 'U ?f?',,, Z - W gg Q2 X f Z . 44, 4 14, ,f ., ', ',g.,f,7 ' 4:11 ll 'f 4 Q f. ! Jn . . F' 4 ' w pi Yrs Xx is M .,..,.- , " 'ff Q . 15 Y 5 I J f if F , 'f A Q M fa fel , f f f Mike Wood Wince Woodard Karen Woodcock Luann Woodle james Woodward Copeland W. Wright Sandra Wyeth I 'LVLCQ , 'V ' ... V -,Y 1" .i if ' , ' 1, q ' n 'e- . f c. J i vb ' r ' 1 , wg-v ':', I -C. at K 41 Carolyn Wilcox Sylvia Wildmon Nancy Willard Kimetha Williams Annette Williams Sheri Wilson 'mil 'V' Jw, fvm...,.- .,.. "My Spanish accent isn't perfected," mutters Mary Standifer as Melissa Bartholomew observes her teacher. H ,, jf: ' .,,,,.,F. , , pb lg T 54-if -lg 5 Rosemary Yamane A " pia, if "p' iff ' Kim Young I In ,QE A . f.f':fZw 1 is ,Q Lisa Yount M7 K A A '-, ' il P Z ' X 'Q 1 'A -Mx QQ 5: If ,J Wanda Zelensky ' ' A Alan Zschiesche - f e A fy X f gum avklfblezr f 60 johnnie Swenson and John Sanford spend a lei Kim Perrone expresses her spirit through balloons and cheers on the field before a football game. Surely lunch Period on the patio f f f -rf ' 259' 1 ,- , 1,1 W ,KW "All for un and un for allf' exclaims Earl Austin upon finishing his 7-up. Elizabeth Dubuis makes use of her free time by studying in the library. M2,f,g,.z1,-f:ffZ,w.f,' :exam Sophomores Class of '75 Approaches Junior Year ' 2, ,f -ffm Tracey Tarlton shows her approval after ior varsity's victory over Eastern Hills. the jun- josie Mendoza and Anna Maria Mendoza await the results of a crucial decision at one of the football games M Sylvia Wildmon, Cynthia Anderson, and Wmda Sherrill attend a pep rally before the Paschal game. -x gn Q 1 M Wai, f F X. V wwe in X WM' 'QM'-,,, 2, plastics class. Debbie VParkman, and Parry Ashton f JUNIOR FAVORITE: GLEN ERATI-I Junior Favorites I Juniors The junior class Erath and Debbie ites and Lisa Ratliff and Ju as finalists. Glen, Most Friendly track two years and played for one year. In his free time enjoyed playing the guitar JUNIOR FAVORITE FINALISTS: LISA RATLIFF and JUAN 64 Juniors Junior Girls Begin Season With Dance 'The rocking pneumonia and the boogie Woogie flu" struck when the junior girls gave a dance in the fall. The semi-formal affair was held on October 21. Music was provided by Shelter in the ballroom of Shady Oaks Country Club. V af? 5,1 f ,f.- ,J 5 , ,lf Z-Qs ' ,Q 1 4 4 lf! f I J , 1 1 f f , 1 r - Vrt. if 'few M' ' "', 1 fw V7 I ff I 4 K' JA 1' Wes Akin 39"-, S- johnny Gillen, Margaret Hughes, LeeAnne Russell, and Randy Carter take time out at the junior Girls Dance. F c l A iE"fef4'1'fgQ fi fi ' ' 2 . MN, f x 1, a.ff as a A ji g V: V 1 f ' f A ilk. r af K r f , 'lv Billy Allen Danny Allen Richard Alley Gene Ancheurs Karen Andon Lisa Angell Mac Ansley Patty Ashton Sharyn Baddour Bill Bailey jerry Baird Roland Baldoza Kathy Baldwin john Ballard Larry Ballinger Cindy Banner W Kim Barnhill X Charlotte Bean Mark Beatty juan Becera "-el 'Q gi fi I I J ' 'z ,rf V f .. ff f 1 4 .1 Lf,-' ,, . ,, 9 4 : 9 f A 5 f X L I I "'-'lf' ,J i f X I X 2 f ,lv i , f , .V - . ,QW - ' , 1 ,. 4 4 , .vc Z 14, 331. 3 1 , f ff 4 . -,N V 21, 5. -ff A ' 7 " ' we s if f cf, "Ja , , fi? r Zi' H. i i 5 h ,I V H I W r, if 51:,,f'g 13 n 4,, y1'f"'-A 'N i 44 ff ' A-'-xi ' r Af? -V X W 5 1 "'MM l Q 2' "I . . 2' 'F ' , . V ff-ff' A g xv.. . 1 5 George Beggs IV Linda Beilharz Diane Bernier Mattia Bilbo Candy Bills Kathy Blackmon Meredith Blanford Rusty Boden Cheri Boland Howard Boland Beth Bond Twani Bonner Barbie Borden emdi Bouiwafeg Blake Bourland Marsha Bowers Bill Boydstun Suzanne Boykin Martha Braddy Dian Brantley Janice Brants JoAnne Brazel Ricky Breckenridge Mary Brenner Rick Brents Janie Brock Guy Bronson Mary Brooks Angela Brown Curtis Brown Pat Brown Susan Brown Tommy Brown Glen Brunkenhoefer ,Iarnes'Bryan QQ Juniors unch Pri ileges Exercised b Junior U 1 A -3? i sy ",, , fe ' , ,Z il .Qi libel, V- EG 'S .J Vi rwkvnffziey. ill' 3 . ' yi , , ,izf- 1' ' ' , ,we ,' N ,fig 'H -' ig l i l i I F l l l i l l i i l 166 ff 1,1 . , " 1f7?ji-':,,. .1 , V V ,,,, :aw . , 'J ,.., -11,435 'V 'T' 4 -A 4 . , V? 'H Z5 ' ff 9' .f ,, i y 'g"1 r Jf ij ' if at .,Q5 , 'r' 2 'n If ' I Qwillflf- M" , iff' 'fl'.'3'fg ' 5. I. A ff, fly., Pip ,' 49 J ,fr r ,xg 1 .-J f v ,f ', , ,,,,, ff ff 2 gf ff fl f , ff? f 9. f fin j . , 1 Carla White and Marsha Bowers make the difficult decision of what to eat at Taco Bell. X., ,I I , , jf' , TQ ff 'ZZ i f 4 Q 9 , IZ!! X I A hi .6 X , 1 A ,K , -, - . A Q ,h,,' lj r f 2 iitt Q , A' ' " 4"eiff W 'l' 1: f' ' .,f,, . ,V Whgaqf' . - f , ' 'u,4" ' ' " v- iff , y 4 4 , X . My 4 f 7 I f fyflf, l 4 4 f X7 5 f wif 1 V41 ' 'f WY is x I 1 1 3 mv I Qf cqfu . 'r,f" r ,, Z ,I K. f 'f Q . vi , will 2, 524 fl' i gang , 1? ' WJ! 4' sf I fu QA af , Zi f , Bw 7 i x V, Ms vy ,f1 I .41 kv, ' l' fr: E ff5yf2lM'a4 , "M,- , ' g eff Chris Bulger Richard Bulger Kevin Burkhard Gay Burns Irene Burns joe Busby Tina Bush Ray Bustos joseph Cain Robby Carson Randy Carter Victor Castro David Cates Ches Cecil john Chambers Mike Chambers Phil Chaney Mark Chappell WW? 5' if C Kevin Childress 5 3 its va- X 1 lm 1 i! iv X "5 ,N l , Mm' 1 ,fb 1, 6 ig, I , 0... '----ga,-x Cary Clark Mike Coffee Greg Newman, Keith Miller, and Mike Mooney enthusiastically eat their McDonald hamburgers 3: , if f, , , 1 ,if ' 'f Q' ' 14- sage. 'ff , . 'Tia afgtgifftikigsrat ' mmf via A t ,M 3 fm 'U 'f .1 'Qi' f T534 will 4, 1 ' ' i M lla' aa tc f il ffz f N J rfil fzfa, .4i r J QQ H I I p H is 'iieywf . , I 7 f . C qgfr I, ,ly , , 32 Michael Coggins Kenton Colia Bobby Collard Mary Conner Brad Conrad jeff Cook Caron Cope Nancy Crabb Sally Crusemann Robert Curtis Kathy Daniels Glenn Darden Debbie Darwin Louis B. d'Autremont Bill Davidson Alisa Davis john Davis Deedie DeGrazier David Denton Lynne Denton jay Dibrell David Dickens Dottie Dixon Sherry Dodds Blair Dow Larry Dreyspring Kenneth Duble jim Duff Carol Dunham Debbie Duncan Kathy Dupree Laurie Dushman Derek Ellis Sally Ellis jill Elliston Glenn Erath Sherry Farris Blake Feik Eileen Eelfe Deborah Ferguson Mike Ficken Steve Fikar Mary Ann Flowers 4 'n at 'Q ' ':+1:vf,., , -, gf fl 'v , .V, ff? fa, ff' Va A ,aa a V M ' . ' A 2 """,? 'ztgfi 'th jj v' I f I ' al 1' W 25, , ff fa f 5, .M ' K Mr V f ,,,,,.,,,, Y V 4 , f. X '- ' ,- V' Q 7 527if'1,y1'tV42',:'.a' s fi .nf .1 wr. vu? J -ff.. 4' nl f junior students settle themselves on a bus tor the trip to Wedgewood Theatre. Vfv"'1 V '4 I .4 74 a V we 4, V ln, W ' :N .,.,.. , Q ,1 . -. 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V fr U ',,' H' David Moody waits outside the theater go. see' the outstanding movie, "Gone With the Wind? Juniors Junior Class bserves All- Time Classic During their study of American Litera- ture, junior English classes attended the movie "Gone With the Wind." Students were entertained with Margaret Mitchell's novel about the cunning Scarlet O'Hara and dashing Rhett Butler. After viewing the four hour movie, students returned to the reality of school and homework. One junior said, "Oh well, I will read my English Literature assignment tomorrow, after all tomorrow is another dayf, Steve Ford Andrea Fournier Bruce Fowler Pat Fredrickson Nita Friedman ,qw bqwlvf Brian Fruge Robin Fryhover Sallie Garrett f. 'i lf, is f iff fi M- if I iv? M 1 af , 3 'af pf ji if ISS V Carol Gartner Carl Gavrel ' vi m ' in V1.3 fi, 2, , ,lf f s 1 ww. f filfivj. ',.qii2:?Z'f-Z' lj. ' 99 14734454- Z 12 0' sv ,f l Q ,Q fl f Byron Gayle Chandra Geren Cleve Gibson Erin Gilligan Tim Gohrke 169 Team J uniorst Mary Grant Jodi Gravitt Ralph Gray Sarah Gray Malia Green Dan Griffey Susan Grigsby Laurie Guly Elaine Gunter Vanessa Hainey , L., ' ff ff J? f f fait Q f .ff 1. WA. 4 J a.,,ff'f'xxg5 ii"' , f f Q! fr, 917 5 ff X , 9 I al, 7 ff' Th Vf W X ffzff Supported by Junior Enthusiasm A 1 ir . "' . " f iffg l Q: 1.5: ,ao 9 LQ Vg? J Q, 4, 'fia " ' in X f at KW 'by' 5 Si-:M , 1 ,Q V, Wendell Halbrook ' Win' Z Zfff 1 , 2 mf f 2 yy if joddie Hale Lori Hale Barbara Hall Karen Halsey Vickie Hamilton Lisa Hamm ' Robert Hare V' 2i22,Zff"' 4--wwf K wwf? YW!! 1 a During a pause in the action, Kaye Staton glances at the scoreboard varsity cheerleader, Lisa Rarliff spends much of her spare time painting posters, X .pi -,.,... f iifufzi mv ., -I, 4 f . K .Zi a 4 K' ,IL V,V, 'V r l ' e Q2 c QNX . , f "" 1 , - l ,if isie fx f 'ss iff A, lvnl d ig g V jig 212, 41 fi f r i 4 1 ','f, 1 5 I 1 1 1 V A' :iii ' I . i' 4 ,ffm X i af tv 1 2 'if r ws, , ,ww N382 as Q, Q Q ,Q 5 2 y 3 xl I E , , ..f.,,f :- im wma? T fix ahhh Denise Harper Debbie Harris Hamer Harrison David Hart john Hawk Michael Hays Alan Heerwagen Susan Hefley Megan Heinrich Howie Henshaw Marc Herring Gary Hickman . Leslie Hickman john Hill Harry Hillaker Ann Hobbs -IoRene Hogness Charles Holley Philip Horne Margaret Howard Ricky Howard Tony Howard Dianna Hubbard 72 Juniors Girl Sport Enthusiasts Play Basketball junior girls interested in sports played basketball for Arlington Heights Methodist Church. Cindy Teal and Lynn McCreary played for- wards, while Kathy Daniels and Cindy Banner were guards. Senior team members were Honey Burns, Lindsey Long, Anne Szablowski, Rita Green, and Dorothy Strack. The girls played other church teams which included Broadway Baptist, Rosen Heights Baptist, and North Fort Worth Baptist. Carl johnson Garry johnson Gary johnson Steve johnson Dokagari jones Leland jones Sheila jones Herby joseph Kim Keahey Pat Kelley Margaret Hughes Holly Huston Emily Irvine Hector Jackson Bill ,Iarrell john jean X I ' , if , , if at ff . ,.,. a I 4 , W9 1, 5 X fi? ff , I 1 ff .fig 1 . A' J nl' rf ' ff A ff 1 1 345939 M I 4 C 1, ' 4: . t , ff if , 3, .'wf,," I V ffQ!Z' J , , 1, ' 4 , . f ek!! I i , 1 , f , ,r 1 , 1 V ' 6 fi f f1'f I 0:4 F g. n ,,w-wa f , , ,wmffvwmupm W4 i f .," ,151 ll John Kent ,y , Charles Kimbrough I ,L 3. . . , . , , wgf ,fy David Kinnaird Wk Susan Koger . , gym janet Kollmeier p ' 54, r y if oc r t H , na, pp' . on 5, Jeff Koppa , l . , ta, . Q f f r Diane KOrCr1Cl4 Jodi Kowalski Bruce Kropka A ..VV , . ., V. , 1 X D .,. Q V-,, A - ,: 24,412 . Y jj V, , ,I f Debbie IABOOH fwp, ipvf AV ' VV 5 .mg Y ! fi. , ,Vg . ' 1f . :i, , gf?" is 'lla V' 275: ai r! .:i"i"'l ? I f ' Y. "i' af it Q ' 1 4 I V, I .:,,2,f ,Vv, y ,,ff 1 ,H I r f., W, ' Z f I 'Q 5 Lynn McCreary runs down the court in a game against Broadway Baptist. ' 1: L pp A Q, W 71 Don Landreaux ,, 1 J 31 ,31 ,V ,yeh ,fag 5- iei itfqmg , W0 iwfwfw ,.-' , ,Q Ronald Lane iff-f E" it ',' flj ' f, ,,k., ,. ff Y f M ,. ,Z , 1. as 1 y ' , Cherie Lantz Alan Larsen , f . W H 'f Tiger LaSalle Carol Lawless A Www .111 '. 'ff " ,I ,464- g jvf '15, , -4 V4 ,f 5, ' Dale Lazo ffrgf Steven Lee Y 76 W si , nf 2 'W ,, 3 iff, L Kristi Leslie julie Litsey Baron Lloyd Melissa Lloyd Pauline Lock . 'f'ljr3.15f 'gf I Donald Longcrier ' i f-' David Look in Wie' ' Heather Lorenzo .Q 29 1 " gi james Luckett A. JJ? Q' 1, Rodney Madewell , 3 55 , af 'L 3 av twig, I 1 , , 'V "Ma 2 I vwfvwff ff Q Lawrence Madkins Cynthia Magness Trisha Marchesseau ' L Debbie Martin Laura Martin M Juniors Electives Reveal ariety of Interests Ken Martindale Tom Mason Brenda Maughan XKevin McCarnpbell K james McCann X Cindy McClain Lynn McCreary ,N Alan McDaniel sjjQjRBxKlarryse McKee LStephanie Means X Mark Menikos f Mark Metcalf XZ jon Miller Mwijjgx 174 Keith Miller Lindy Miller Steve Miller Danny Mills Kathy Mills I N K . ,,,,.,." My if f f , ff' , ' 'I 'fn , '1'l f I fffi , 1 , , f f f f f , 4 ff f-'ff f' f ? 1 f Q' M 226 ,W ' 9 " ' v 'Q' ,, ' f ' ffl ,' fa Say A at J 4' - 9 , Qfix Jig wifes ' , syiffyi 1 "'i ,i 'v2Qf' i ttta Bill Davidson and Susan Grigsby select books from the Reading Department. aw 270 2MWffu:f f .yy ' ' 'f Jfflwkiffi '7- ff , ,t,, ,fayagy - f M 9 , VQZWJQ-wg 3 -4:1 ., 5 ,,,,,f ',,z .f ,w ", 2" ,Q .134 a df' 7 f fi ff f Qs' +3 ', gpg?-3 ' if Q if 4. sf j' f 'K 4 w , ,ff . I i 4 M ,Maj f I , t f' fd J I ,f ft- i L jk. CJ? "W-. f A ' Sfeiwl " ij. ' Q. f ia ' f ni f ht . '-wif i f ,V i- if-4i',',, A 54 ' P Ee- 1' f- " .f ff? J? f 1:44, I ff , 1 if g 2 i f mf' 91 4' Wanda Tedder approximates the weight of sodium chloride during a lab in Chemistry , f'1 f 'ra 'gf' ,, , ., Q53 . ,Q f!"..e:.,Q' ,,, Q 4',', if fi wa , 5 V f 5 , f Chl f :tj 3 7 I ,y- ,'.a.,.f, 1 I K Martha Minton Dennis Mitchell Nancy Mitchell -pf Fwy Mark Mize David Moody Mike Mooney Melanie Moore Ronald Moore Kenneth Morris Michael Morris Rebecca Morris Toni Morris john Morrison Robert Mullens Judy Neathery Merriann Neville Greg Newman Susan Norris Martha Nowlin Ramona Oelschlager D,Ann O,Malley Cheri O'Neal ' 2 . X i A Gayle Oney X ,,,, IAA -'il Y, M l i 'if ffa eff za , ,, V " lV,, , E L4 Tommy Orr LeeAndrea Ownby Alton Parker Debbie Parkman Evelyn Parris Sharon Pate Gerald Patton Wayne Patton Shari Pearson Glen Peeler Nancy Pendleton' Onah Penn Paula Perkins Kathy Perry Kevin Peters Chris Peterson Sandra Peterson Susan Pewitt Kathy Phillips Tommy Phillips Valerie Phillips Peggy Pierce Mark Pierson Sandra Pinson Paula Pogue Billy Pruitt i-51. V , mth . --V , s -..,1 ,gy r fi- 'ff ' 5frW"f'i:"'5 3 . van , , ,if 4 . ,ga 5 if Nw 6 V 5 W W 1' 1 ' K 5 x V 1, x I' P of Q 4' fi 1 'tim ' if . . ,, , . VV,, ' P 'r 4v+'.-' Q: -: 5 ' V Z' , 5 ' 11551 i 'Y if an V .. ,, Q .r-,,, .., , ,,, ,W - ' 53im'f we IQ 0 M ,.,.., , ,v, , . '-:':' :. . . ' .gs , Q ,Q 3, . A , , I. Q .:, .. ,V xv " ...,gj:14 4.39 t Mgr TI" "x.f? ,gf z f- 5? 4" , ' ' :g i - 95 - lA gf-4 .,,.. ,. X P ' illl ' ' if .,,t-e f , In v ,Si t . . F. fl fc-45 f 1. '2 gi Q , If L3 X lil Q .?5YHi 4. l l-l 2 ' Q32 mm Y. 3 ..," r - 1 , 55. , 'V -I 3: +-- 1 " Leif' f -,g - V. z " 9132: 'S FF : . j .,l""2:a - grgffsl w . ' EQXTTI , V A :,, if VL E 's P N X-Q ill X s Q Y i " i ll i A ,I - 2 f -' 4 ,. Ig, X-Krfq . ,-V' 1. I . Steve Fikar demonstrates his hovercraft mx 'srl- Juniors Fikar Constructs His wn Hovercraft ' 1 - , ,,.,,41',,:E.i ' "VW 1 mf' xr, ""., fr - A '- , ' f vw I ' .x use X 1 A bit of creativity, a smidgen of ingenuity, a pinch of knowledge, and many hours of work were ingre- dients necessary for Steve Fikar to g. was ,' 5? V I I ' ' " .mn Oiling the bearings, Steve completes last minute preparations. build his own hovercraft. It took nine months for Steve to complete the 180 pound craft which runs on two ten horsepower go-cart engines. Fans create pressure inside the hollow body which lifts it several inches above the ground. The hovercraft runs up to fifty mph. Juanita Pulido Peggy Pumphrey jim Purnell Debbie Ratcliff Teresa Ratcliff Louise Ratliff 9K'hs : f l ux ,, Ar ,. A A ' p ,V X .:t- gh Robin Ratliff 1 Harriette Ray 2 iit r Stephen Reed if ,,,,, .,5,M V2 , V V ... Mike Renfro "" 1' ty ,, Mike Retz f t 5 Q f' Al Reyes If Rae Richardson Reed Ricketts Sara Roberts Mike Robeson fi Y if 195. 78 Rachael Robshaw jimmy Roe Charlotte Rogers Sally Rogers Angel Rosa Robbie Rosberg Lee Anne Russell Nancy Russell Pete Rutledge Alma Sagona Juniors an " ff -.f V, f f f' y ma, f, ,gr 43 f , f ff If " 1' , - ,1 10' I, 1 , Q4 .1 ' .yawn ' fa, cf 1, 'T ., A ' , ' f-V r 4 7 , ' , '?f ' af' X I f' fl, U, f, . , ..- ' R .' L fi ' ffqmbfwv' ist I 5 Q" at A qv .I f , -14' 'a,,' for wi?- ,, I if - ,Q- 54 Q . a 1 'A I - ' .,l:4'Rr'-Q. 1 , I- ' ' in L A G? Juniors Take Part in mportant Roles Cheryl Sanford David Sanford Scott Schelper Robert Schroer Diane Schwartz Nancy Settle john Sharp Estella Shearin Randy Shelton Mark Shields X f f "" f f f ff f lf T535 I .' ,ag if f 52 53 f , W' f er' S s W Z f a, f 171 if y ,' ff ffl". . 1 fa f g,:tai. Fred Skaggs ,, 'fry james Skinner Yi, ' -W J. ,5"'?, 'V 1, 1 , 42,7 3 2, ' wma, , ,f Kyann Slemmons Y-"Iv, v t za' f,," ' ' " f if Terry Smalley ,V I 1 1 Caren Smith ' ' N 6, fa, f 2 l 5 ,N l ff ,V 7,71 Q Cheri Smith Kathy Smith Martha Smith Sanford Smith Shannon Spence I WX' fe! '-'7 r ', ' , 1 EN' za ga'-Wig f, X ' 1 1.3 f i '1- , i . .... i-.- QE,-. ,..?..,. X I .,... .Af-1. f ., , if 2?f?ii'22i'5-1. .. ! .. . M: . A' -X 5 : 7, G'-E' ' 'H ,X K Nw, Phyllis Stroup carries out her duties as office assistant. 5 ley, and Susan Manicom express their views in a meeting. All ,xv f 1 aw Student Council representatives janet Kollmeier, Martha Nowlin, D'Ann O'Mal- i if 'K Kaye Staton if Dee Steer Loris Stell Teresa Stephens Karen Stevens r f , , .rf sz Jw 1' ii' ,Zi A . ,A I l i ,fy it 5 ya if wg, "' , VN i 'fl ,ig ,y Y1Dk.A.ff' V ' A 5 ! l' 8' 'i t ii f , ' ig .., ,, ,ix Q 4, if L as-, f , f al. 'V I 2 if , V , .lf .igujf-t.. f gg! 4 112' 5' A my i 115: A k gs-fy It -5 Dean Stoc er ffvi S I ' W f xx T f 4 'A' if Qx 1 . b if Anita Stokley V Larry Stone 1 y, L 4 K uf Q 'aj ff ' Claire Strickland Kathy Strong Phyllis Stroup Beth Stullenburger Deborah Sturges 'ii s V "f 'V Karen Talley V pg Diann Tavender X Q5 na' ' f f 9 f W , ra 73 29 If je' 5? f , 7' fa" iv, Cindy Taylor 4' ' Lynnda Taylor Mike Taylor - cindy Teal f 44466 fy, , 73 Y f ,, ,,,f 1 "M" A 1' ,, 1' I ,am 1 ,hwy 5 jLI'f'71i2i ' " Q f Wanda Tfddef ii A f' "" .::f:Q'ii?f',,-f A Juniors Man Junior The Christian Movement which has swept the country influenced many Heights students, not only in church on Sunday, but in everyday life. From Bible studies to traveling Brian Tellier Angela Thompson Ricky Thompson Robert Thompson Byron Thornton Greg Threadgill Mark Tinius Wayne Tomlinson Mary K. Tomme Rachel Toombs Mary Touchstone -Iohn Truelson g Weldon Turner Elizabeth Van Damme 4: jim Van Hoose Kent Vaughan 5 Live a Life With Chri t choir groups, even to the graffiti on campus, juniors participated in vari- ous forms of worship and evangel- ism in the Christian movement. Many juniors were actively i .s f i"'gf. J' P Mitts Y involved in weekly Young Life and early morning Campaigners as a part of their Christian fellowship and Christ-involvement. Mary jane Ewing, Teresa Stevens, and Susan Berrey sing songs of praise at Birchman Avenue Baptist Church. ffff 'eww Geneva Volrath teaches the Bible Study in a 6:00 A.M, girls, Campaigners group. , f, I J X X' ' f ' if tel' 'A 'iv , 4 'fin' . I ffgf if , ' ' 1: ,. T 'fm , , fff 9,y,C . g, I f M f J, , V, 1 X i X t e ee K A1 , 1-.,,A , .K f ""' ,fu ls .W I' I' A I Guy Witherspoon A if Douglas Wright "f., fi " , it -Iahn York .ff vv. 1, Pat Young f 352 f M my fl. f I 4 4 6 4ff fl Qieyyf-,5,3 f x X c J X 4 f Robert Vaughan Ricky Vesper Cynthia Walker Kathy Walker Emma Janeen Ware Steve Waters Brent Watkins Kathy Watkins Loma Watkins Theodore B, Webb johnny Welker Daniel Wesley Donna West Thomas Wheeler john Whipple Carla White Susan White Wally White jimmy Wilkinson jill Williams Rosie Williams Sherry Williams Donise Wilson Leroy Wilson Juniors Class of '74 Finishes Year ith Vigor jerry Baird flexes his muscle as junior ice skaters gaze in awe. Wayne Tomlinson attempts to practice his newly found art of yoga. Derek Ellis exemplifies t f,,,,,, .,,. he spirited juniors. Dottie Dixon expresses Q oncern in a close game -'we "But mother never told me about Ultra Brite!" remarks Shari Pearson to amazed Lynn McCreary. On a snowy day, Danny Mills prepares to toss a snowball. 21 1.1 ,gg gl? f , gb at . , ,- 1 . - J 4:i.f:4,1:"fff:r:::4r A' , f 'z ., "tim-:fv:,, ,ff ' 4 1 4.,gi,:': x"',fn7:,,1.,v-.'.- p f i - I f ff ww, MV" as 12: : '- - - , :A li' Y A51 2' f i , 5 it ,g 4 1 ,f 'BY 30-',, 4L,,m: i3Mk2,,qi 'R' " Vs ' f J ,A JE ,, , 7 6 44 B K v 0 rf 1,0 1 44' t -.t - f . ses , 1 nf M t,ls . s at 'Ai ik't I Vyv, 1 kg '-" ' rEf1,?:l5,, H is e- at " " f 1 ss a Q, I kit V V. is V' ,a H , 4, KVVV ,f,f RC M, - " I- ',,, , . K . ,,,w:, vb zutll z . , ' we , , K Donise Wilson encourages the spirit of others in the traditional line-up on the field. 532' Phil Chaney discusses a weeke-nd's activities with a friend. af f, V' Z. pi, 1 W1 4 Z .4 , Vw' 1. Z If,Y 2, . ,, f .9 , ', 'sqm Vf 'zu hi ' ff z" 4: W, ,, Vim, fl ,, I pr rs-wfarf -Q , wg, , Susie k, f iff 44? N 401,41 as vice-president f Student Council and senior years respec- Houston was elected -junior and was a member of the Honor Society for four years. of his years at Heights, Houston played football. Fishing and hunting occupy his spare time. KW my ,X ""wwfwffffMff Checrlczdxng 15 ,- r f 43. 'Q . 2 w iff n 'Nr , , A f I -.. f A.. X . ,, I 'Nm 41,1 ,, A F ,ii . .al ,245 lc' 4 1, V Mff-Wiz? ",,f4,QW V ,xv 4, mm QT X. Anne, also active HQ? glfwffffv mme. jacket s ta f f s , three was year and Morris Z" fffvy J f X, vw ' W1 wgww mp, 7, A vw, 1 , ,V f fy mag Q .f . W' X, 7, ' 5 fi? ff ,Q wg' f ' ' MW MMU, 1 KL A ML 9 f In 44 ff W X f W f ,,..4m, 4 - f M w. f , , 'W If f 7?4.a'f W an 2 , gy 3 3 5 1 CTS Baker Who. He the Student Coun- and the National and Allied Youth josh lettered in tennis and enjoyed skiing in his Driskill belonged to the Honor Society four years member of the French Future Homemakers of In Gloria's leisure time she reading,rwa1king, and sew- fi JOSH BAKER . lik,-xx ,xx X y. X 1 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALIST: GLORIA NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALIST: JEFF DIFFILY DRISKILL fcf 'Ff"M- ' Y 1 x -5 x , V' f ' 5 H! 'f A A ,ef 145 1 . 1 K 1 J . ,A 1 I I I 42,45 J 'I 'X A Y Aa , is 3 ,Ll ' ' I I f NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEM1-F1NAL1sTs: BERNA MASSINGILL and KAY , 4 . A fjg , H gf - D , 1 1 I I O' j 0 Special Recognition Stu pn ,K I g fg gl., Z' Z8 K ii. . ,Z,,l, 1 ' in 2 , W HONORS , Lf 5215345 gy? 4:53 5 V 'Z av Z: cf I f ,ff H , 4 , '45 Q? s f, f' ', f ' f K f wg .W - t ROTC ALL CITY COLONEL: JERRY BOYDSTUN 5' 'C l?"lZ'w.if2 'fi f, ,Q , N u 5 , F 1 l,, ., , -. Q. an lit. ,RAM Qrws 2 . www- - Four Classes Receive Most Studious, Most,Friendly, and Most Athletic were selected by the entire student body in February. The four classes nominated students for the election sponsored by the publi- cations' staffs. Kim Alexander, freshman, was chosen Most Studious Girl. Kim Won first and two. fourth places in the Middle School Division of the Science Fair last year. She was a member of Allied Youth, Student Council, and Free Spirit. Much of Kim's spare time is spent dancing. National Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist josh Baker was selected Most Studious Boy. josh belonged tothe National Honor Society four years and served as vice-president of Allied Youth. Lettering in tennis three years, josh was also elected to Whds Who. Allison Kerr, Most Friendly Girl, was voted Most Athletic last year and junior Favorite finalist. Allison served as senior cheerleader and par- ticipated in the orchestra, the 'swim team, and the tennis team. Most Friendly Boy juan Becera was elected Howdy King and Favor- ite finalist two years. A member of Spirit of the Hill, juan rn track three years and played football two years. g Cindy r Riddell, Most Athletic Girl, was rated All American and All State in diving. A member of the'Heights swim team, Cindy com- peted in the state and national meets two years. , Mark julian, Most Athletic Boy, was named 1972 Most Valuable Player in Tarrant County for his par- ticipation in football this year. Mark was selected All District back three years and lettered in baseball three years. Mark also ran track four years. 'M - ?'w . V-ff fffi-exp, "'v-.-,ff . , , Q 1 mi as,g:,f,f ' f +-M? Q 'wg W, ga. V L.. if K M2 7" Y ODC WHO'S in-fzf' D f. .. , Ja,-af 1..,.a,,.x.f S i Service Charaeterizes Honorees N MackiMercer played footballfour years and receivedfan honorable mention on the, All District, football teamQ C He alsoiran track and played baseball three years. A semi-finalist for Mr. AHHS, Mack represented his homeroom on the ,Student cil. Mack's outside interests included hunting and attending Young Life activities. H t y 7 Homecoming Queen Donna For- ester served as secretary of the Stu- dent Council this year and treasurer her junior year. She was a member of the National Honor I Society. four years and acted -as secretaryfforSpirit of the Hill. Donna enjoyed sewing and attending 'Young Life and Cam- paigners inher spare time. S Senior Class President john Berry served aschairman of the Handbook Committee. He played football four years and iwas co-captain of this year's football team. john belonged to the National Honor Society four years and was ra semi-finalist for 'Mr. AHHS. An active member of Young Life, John snowgskiiedi and hunted in his free time. r y ' a N Chairman of the Communications and Promotions Committees, Honey Burns served ' as co-editor offthe jacket journal She was a member of Spirit of the Hill three years, acting as treasurer her junior year and vice- president this year. Honey, a Miss AHHS finalist, enjoyed participating in girls' intramural basketballi and attended Young Life activities. my y Shannon Cox was a member of Allied Youth,lserving on theexecu- tive board three years and as presi- dent for one year. Shannon placed in the National Honor Society four years and lettered in tennis three years. t t H WHO'S WHO: MACK MERCER DONNA FORESTER qw WHO5 WHO JOHN BERRY and HONEY BURNS XVI-IO'S WHO: SHANNON COX W Who's Who Facult 94 WHO'S WHO: SHERRY MORRIS 1 'nur C Seniors 202 Senior Class of '73 Chooses Officers In mid December, the 1973 senior class officers john Berry, Paul Cozby, Gigi Schaeffer, and Sherry Morris were elected to head the planning of senior activities, Their duties included managing magazine sales, and directing the Steering Commit- tee meetings. john, president, was chairman of the handbook committee and acted as co-cap- tain of the football team. Paul, vice-president, served as a cheer- leader for two years and was active on the Student Council executive board. Gigi, secretary, participated in Spirit of the Hill, Student Council and Worked on the jacket journal Staff. Sherry, treasurer, headed the decora- tions committee, and served as a three year cheerleader. Senior Class President john Berry and Treasurer Sherry Morris. Senior Class Secretary Gigi Schaeffer, and Vice-President Paul Cozby. X N ffgtv 413 Bw ..... ,W Nui l F YOLANDA LEE AARON A Cappella Choir, 3 yrs.g Chorus, 1 yr., Girls Double Sextet, 1 yr.g Ay, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr. CHARLES PAUL ADAMS A Band - Concert band, 4 yrs., JL 1 vra JOHN Q. ADAMS ,IUDITH ELIZABETH ADAMS NHS, 3 yrs.g AY, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr. g Impratfiom Staff. DON ALLRED Swimming, 2 yrs. 5 AY, 4 yrs. SYLVIA ALMAGUER FHA officer, 2 yrs., ROTC spon- sor, 3 yrs.g Office Asst., 2 yrs., DRTS, 1 yr. ESTHER ALVARADO Intramurals, 3 yrs. 3 DEA. MICHAEL J. AMOS Baseball, 4 yrsi, Track, 2 yrs. PAULA ANDERSON YL 1 yr., NHS, 4 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., SC, 2 yrs., AY, I yr., Asst., 4 yrs. RENEE ANDERSON GARY R. ANGEL BJ Pres., 1 yr., Imprexfiom, 1 yr., Swim- ming, 1 yr., Orch., 1 yr. KATHIE ANSLEY FI-IA, I yr., AY, 3 yrs., Swimming, 1 yr. , , s sv . I I- w f . 'Aa A ...-' my-A .. . BRENT ROBERT ARMSTRONG ,'P-' ' 's"' I , , 4 if5t'Tff5 Fgotball, 2 yrs., AY, 4 yrs., A Club, 2 i,:1,,,5: f., AA.h .h V CI-IIARLES Y. ASHTON is 'BQ - - ' N'-'iliiff -r" I 'iii' 2' 5 I ' l 'Z I -A X5 751'fsf3ii'f55??fs..ff. gi' 1 if' QT, 1 yr., YL, 1 Yr., Jr. Achievement, 1 kizg. S., V ij., ,il I I C' .. ' I s' ' 'i3+"i-- A '53,-1-'E Qtg l s I 'ffl 51.363 712.11 i -If . 'L' 3' , . -- , A FW' 55. f A -5 .. ' f . .,i..' AI- -. .. , L -. 1.-Q. I.,-, . ,as I .ssi '3J37'..ifT-ff"-f"-V ? - A " ' , Q,.,- -A I. .l, .-,, . M3224 , ,t - I '. '.: 4 ,It gg K- ,.1,q,,. , A 2 . -'gs ', ff "r, 'Slug-I -4 . . "I . A . . . J 12, 3-i' F ' A . , . .I NORBERT ATKINSON Tennis, 2 yrs., AY, 1 yr. "ii i 1 .. ,A - gijzq l . EMILY AYALA ,y I rriel . ,git if 5' fd - P .t'vn., il 255: .1 T7 3 I It H. 'iii' Ig- f 'nn . . .S I .Q I Y I B ,gs .tg 7+ 1 If' A AJ, A-'Qlififf fffff F5 . REBECCA ANN BAGBY , if .Q 4 . Q" 1 1 SOH, 4 yrs., SC, 1 yr,, NHS, 4 yrs., QQ, ,.l. fir I ' Q A, ff . g AY, 3 yrs., Imprmiom Staff. , ,A.. - .A . ,L RONALD WILLIAM BAILEY I If-SF fjifi mf. ..A.' Zi.. , , ,A . V .I ot i'11I'Tf fA's it " 4.0 I If 'iw s ' H. .naw 5,31 If.: if rf 1, JOSH BROOKS BAKER 2' ,.II ' Tennis, 3 yrs.,'AY, 4 yrs., V.-Pres., 2 ---' -3, yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., SC, 2 yrs. v EMMET HEZEKIAH BALCH III. Swimming, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Golf, 2 yrs. 71-Y' . 1 I X ' i , , . fit . fy. - A .....I. john Berry, alias jack D. Frost, demonstrates skiing hints at YL. MIKE BALDOZA Golf, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr. ALICIA LOWMAN BALDWIN AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., SC, 2 yrs. AMY CAROLINE BALDWIN SC, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., French Club, 2 yrs. BRENNA BARBER SOH, 5 yrs., SC, 4 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., YL, JJ, 1 Yr- .IACK BARBER ' NHS, 3 yrs., Football, 3 yrs., YL, Basket- ball, 1 yr., Baseball, 4 yrs. 203 STEVE BARNES AY, I yr. VALERIE BARRETT FHA, 1 yr., Office Asst. PAM BASS Imprefvriom, 1 yr.g NHS, 3 yr.g SC I yr. VIRGINIA BEATY NILA BECKER BRAD BECKWITH Science Club, I yr., Free Spirit, I yr. CLOIS BECKWITH "AD Band, 4 yr.g Lab Band, I yr., Orch., 1 yr. MARGY BELL FHA Officer, I yr. BEVERLY BERNARD FHA JOHANNE MARIE FLORENCE BERNIER Yj, I yr., Youth Orch., I yr.g TCJC Orch., 2 yr,g 17llADl'6'.U'i07ZJ, I yr. CI-IERYL ANN BERRIDGE Yj, 2 yr.g YL, 2 yr., NHS, 4 yr., Lab, Asst., 2 yr. JOHN BERRY Football, 4 yr.: AY, I yr., SC, 3 yr., YL, NHS, 3 yr. SUSAN MARIE BERREY NHS, 2 yr,g Girls Volleyball, 2 yr., Aca- pella Choir, 1 yr.g Chorus, 2 yr. BARBARA BILBO JIM BLACK YVONNE MARIE BLAISDELL "A" Band, 3 yrgjj, 1 yr., SC, 1 yr, KITZI ,JANE BLITCH Band, 3 yr., Drum Major, I yr., NHS, 3 yr. TONI BODEEN 204 Q-div, my f KM 'V -Ji -c:.,J ,QA X ,,w"' F Milf I Bo Walker and George Castillon work diligently to complete an English assignment. Studies, Leisure Stressed on the H111 MELANEY BOESE VICKI BOSWELL FI-IA, 2 yrs., Intramurals, 2 yrs., Span ish Club, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. MONTY BOWERS Baseball, 1 yr., Golf, 1 yr., Basketball 1 yr. AMY BOX JERRY BOYDSTUN Rifle Team, 4 yrs., All City Colonel ROTC Basketball, Football Capt. DEBORA BOYNTON NHS, OEA CYNTHIA ANN BRADLEY NHS, 4 yrs., SOH, 1 yr., SC, 4 yrs. AY, 3 yrs., Swimming, 3 yrs. EUNICE PAYE BRATTON SC, 4 yrs., Exec. Board, 2 yrs., jj, 2 yrs., SOH, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., AY, 3 yrs. .IOANN BRAY LARRI ,IO BRECHEL NHS, 3 yrs., AY, 5 yrs., DE, 1 yr. THOMAS E. BRENTS SC, 2 yrs., Honors Art, 3 yrs., AY, yr. -IANICE BREWER JANET BROOKS FHA, 1 yr. - -IOE BROWER Rodeo Club, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr. AMY ELIZABETH BROWN AFS, 1 yr., NHS, 2 yrs. DAVID ALAN BRUCE Library Asst., 1 yr., Bj, 1 yr. STEPHANIE BRUCE SHEREE BRYANT Foorlighr Players, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., DECA, 2 yrs. JIMMY BUCKLEY AY, 3 yrs., Foorlighr Players, 1 yr. TONIA BULLARD LINDA C. BURKI-IARDT FI-IA, 2 yrs. PHILIP W. BURNETT HONEY BURNS SOH, 3 yrs.g SC, Exec. Board, Co-ed jj, NHS, 3 yrs. RICK BURR Swimming-Captain, 1 yr., All City Board, 1 yrgjj, I yr., Baseball, 1 yr. LINDA SUSAN BUSSEY NHS, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., YL. JIM CALHOUN Football, 2 yrs., Rodeo Club, 4 yrs., Pres., A Club, 2 yrs. DAVID CANTRELL ROBERT ANDERSON CANTRELL AY, 1 yr., Rodeo Club, 4 yrs., YL, 3 yrs. MARCIA ADELLE CARROLL YJ, 2 yrs., jj, 1 yr,, Orch., 4 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., Imprexriom, 1 yr. LISA CARTER AY, 2 yrs., DECA, 1 yr. GEORGE WILSON CASTILLION AY, 4 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., YL, YCF, 1 yr. LELA CHAMPION Intramural Volleyball, 1 yr. DONALD CHASE ROTC, 4 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Drill Team, 4 yrS.sJJ, 1 Yr. DAVID M. CHERBONNIER Rodeo Club, 4 yrs. JAMES CHERRY MIKE CI-IILDERS Baseball, 4 yrs., Rodeo Club, 2 yrs., SOH, I yr., AY, I yr. BOB CHURA 206 Sidelined by a shoulder injury john Garland watches hrs teammates QM? VW V f W yy ,W , J if lf ,wg 4,5 ig , Wffififf ' " I ' ' 'S1Qf'?,5'1iT, if , ' ?:?i 7 ,f W an ' 'W' My , f WW' 1 f ,, W! ,f y f f f 4 f f ' f ff ff 7 1 V f f f f ,J A Seniors Suzie J ary Wins Miss FW Teen Title L... Wearing her formal gown, Suzie jary parades before an audience at Casa Manana. Suzie .Iary won the 1973 title of Miss Teenage Fort Worth on November 4 at Casa Manana. The 120 applicants were required to take aptitude and current event tests which narrowed the number of con- testants to 40. After an interview based on appearance and poise, and a talent competition, Suzie was selected to be one of the eight final- ists. During the pageant, Suzie per- formed a ballet dance to john Sousais "Stars and Stripes Forever? Suzie represented Fort Worth in the nationally televised Miss Teenage America Pageant. Suzie was the second girl from Heights to win the title of Miss Teenage Fort Worth in recent years. A 519400 wardrobe from Washer Brothers, a one-year supply of Dr. Pepper, and a sterling silver watch were among the prizes Suzie received. YQQY Suzie -Iary displays her dancing ability for the talent portion of the Miss Teenage Contest, I X I Wei, "Wil f , .. ta 1 rf M., :MM --QQ. I 'W ' A "cT7i:ZY x 'WN Q I -y 47f7f6I.fZy S KATHERINE C. CLEMMONS Choir, 2 yrs. BILL CLEMONS NHS, 3 yf5,5 AY, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs.g Foot- ball, 4 yrs. REBECCA LOUISE CLEMONS French Club, 1 yr. DAVID A. CLIFTON A Band, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 Yf5- JAMES VINSON CLIFTON III AY, 4 yrs., Swimming, 5 yrs., SOH, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 VIS- TERRY COLE MICHAEL ROBERT COLEMAN AY, 3 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs. RONALD WAYNE COLLINS KERRY COMEAU SC. TERESA L. COOK FTA, I yr.g OEA, I yrs., NHS CAROL COOPER NHS, AY, 5 yrs. CONNIE COOPER AY, I yr. KELLIE COOPER DECA, 1 yr., Tennis, 2 yrs. RICHARD COPE KAREN COPP 207 Seniors Girl 9 Effort Support Var ity Teams GAYLA CORDELL SHANNON DOUGLAS COX AY, Exec. Board, 4 yrs., Pres., 1 yr., Tennis, 4 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., SC, 5 yrs. RENE ANN COY PAUL WOODS COZBY Cheerleader, 2 yrs., Football, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., junior Favorite Finalist. MIKE CRAGER Basketball, 4 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., French, 1 yr. CINDY CRISWELL TrisPhi-Y, V.P., 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Diving, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr. JERRY CRUMMEL A Band, 4 yrs., Orch., 4 yrs., Lab Band, 1 yr., V.P. AHHS Band, 1 yr. 't 1 ..,'a',"Zf,, . I ' A I M. .WII1,fa,M-f.mf,.,.-,,,.,.-.a..,,,,, 1 Despite early morning hours, Pat Wwdward and Sherry Morris show spirit by putting up posters. rw? April Foust and Carol Cooper take a moment to admire signs. 208 TERRY CRUMMEL A Band, 4 yrs., Orch., 4 yrsg Lab Band, 1 yr., V.P. AHHS Band, 1 yr. KAKKIE CUNNINGHAM Orch., 4 yrs., All-City Orch., 3 yrs., FHA, 1 yr. KATHY CUPIT Delta-Phi-Tri-Hi-Y, 5 yrs., Science Club, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr. LIN CUPPS Baseball, 2 yrs. fwfk, L DARYL E. DAERR DAVID B. DANIELS Baseball, 3 yrs. JAMES MARK DANIELS VOE I-Iistorian, 1 yr., Free Spirit, 1 yr., Librarian JOHN SCOTT DANIELS Editor jj, 1 yr., Yj, 4 yrs., German Club, 1 yr., Broomball, 2 yrs. DEBORAH LYNN DARNELL DE, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. DARLENE DAVIS GEORGE DAVIS Baseball, 2 yrs.g AY, 1 yr. LINDA RENEE DAVIS Office Asst., 1 yr., JA, 1 yr., Girls' Intramurals, 1 yr. MARK HUNTER DAVIS Yj, 2 yrs.g SOH, 2 yrs.g NHS, AY, SC Exec. Board, YL, Cheerleader, 1 yr., Track, 3 yrs. RANDALL E. DAVIS ROBYN RENEE DAVIS DECA, 1 yr., Teach. Asst., 1 yr. WILLIAM GREGORY DAVIS jj, 1 yr., Impressions, 1 yr., SOH, 1 yr., SC, 1 yr.g Intramurals, 1 yr. JANICE M. DEAL JAMES DEAN AY, 1 yr., NHS, 4 yrs. KATHERINE DeGRAZIER YL, 2 yrs. ' 'r-' vi iw ' 4 ffiw '-af? 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O Seniors Group Cites Senior Girls Cindy Bradley, Berna Massingill, and Gigi Schaeffer were recognized by the Society of Women Engineers for having outstanding grades in the fields of mathematics and science. The purpose of the award is to help recognize engineering as an appropriate career objective for Women students who have aptitude in the areas of math and science, and to encourage scholarships in these areas. The three seniors were honored at the Annual junior Engineering Technology Society banquet held March 2, at Texas A8cM. fr' Society of Women Engineers Awardees: Gigi Schaeffer, Cindy Bradley, and Berna Massingill. KATHLEEN L. DUNN DECA, 2 yrs., Band, 2 yrs, DAVID EAKIN Golf, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs. MICHELE ECKROTH AY, 4 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., FHA, 2 yrs. MARC EDDY NHS, 1 yr. CHARMA EDMONDS Honors Art, 4 yrs., AY, 1 yr. DAVID SCOTT EDWARDS Track, 1 yr., AY, 3 yrs.g Inqzrerrianr. -JERRY ELLEDGE RICHARD ELLEDGE Golf, 2 yrs., NHS, 1 yr. JOHN RICHARD ENGLISH Basketball, 2 yrs. CARY EVERETT Band MARY JANE EWING -IANICE A. FARRIS AY, 3 yrs., Sigma Phi Omega, 2 yrs., AY, YCF, 2 yrs, MARK STEVEN FERGON Band, 3 yrs., Chess Club, 2 yrs., NHS, 1 yr., NJHS, 2 yrs. BECKY FERGUSGN JEAN-MARK FERRAUD Exchange Studentg YFUg Swimming, 1 yr,, French Club. Sq. K -1.11" N-.asf fflkf '-in-is ,,,.....-:av- 'wil' xv' fm- 4-r":'3" IPX .psf is -Q-nw 1 if -.aug fin! ish. -.7. AG? 'QU' ,.,'l'5f -Y' rv? 0,6 sr" . YL, A 5. wa, ff! -,.,.-.....,-Q '..,., 'VIN DEAN FIKAR Golf, 4 yrs., Njl-IS, 2 yrs., NI-IS. 1 yr. MORGAN FILLINGIM DALE FINCHER AY, 4 yrs., YCF. 2 yrs., Rodeo Club, 3 yrs., Golf, 2 yrs., YL, 2 yrs. SUSAN KAYE FLETCHER FHA, 2 yrs., Office Asst., 1 sem. ALDO PHILLIP FLORES ROTC, 3 yrs., Football, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr. ami? ,JAMES E. FLOWERS SOH, 5 yrs., AY, 4 yrs., Debate, 2 yrs., Football, 2 yrs. MIKE FORD Track, 3 yrs., Swimming, 1 yr. DONNA CAROL FORESTER SC Treas., I yr., SC Sec., I yr., SOH, 2 yrs., YL, Campaigners. CAMILLE FOSTER FHA, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. APRIL LYNN FOUST AY, 1 yr., YL, Campaigners. CURT L. FOWLER Track, 3 yrs., Int. Football. MARK FOWLKES Tennis Team, 2 yrs., SC, 2 yrs., SOH, 4 yrs. .IEFF FRALIA Track, 2 yrs., Football, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs. ROBERT NEAL FRANCIS FPI, 1 yr., AY, I yr., NHS, 2 yrs. GAIL FREEMAN Sigma Phi Omega, I yr., AY, 1 yr. PEGGY LOUISE FREEMAN Band, 4 yrs., Orch., 2 yrs., French Club, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs. DALE FRICKER AY, 1 yr., Free Spirit, 1 yr. IVIARY WILLA FULLER AY, I yr. PATRICIA ANN FUREY Howdy Queen W- Fresh. 81 jr. yr., Fresh. Fav., SOH, 2 yrs., SC, 3 yrs. EDWIN L. GANT Communications Comm., 1 yr., Baseball, 1 yr., Debate, 2 yrs. 'PLLCZS -IANICE ELAINE GARCIA JOHN GARLAND Football, 4 yrs. MARK GARMANY ALVIN GARNETT III Football, I yr. NEAL R. GARRETT Track, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 1 yr. WILLIAM R. GARTNER AY, 2 yrs., Football, 1 yr. MIKE GAYLE Football, 1 yr., Baseball, 1 yr., Chess Club, 1 yr., Debate, I yr. EVA COLLEEN GEREN YL R Campaigners, SOH, I yr., Tennis, I yr., AY, 1 yr. PATRICIA LYNN GHENA Delta-Phi-Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs., Pres., 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., FPI, 2 yrs. GARY L. GIBSON Baseball, 3 yrs. 211 Seniors Electives Compo e Rounded Curriculum ROGER STERLING GIRE Football, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr., SOH, 1 yr., JJ, 1 yr- JOHN ERIC GLIO .NWC-f DAN GODSPEED Football, 2 yrs., Track, 3 yrs, CAROLYN L. GORRELL AY, 3 yrs. KATHY GRAHAM Imprerriom, 1 yr, Teachers Asst., 2 yrs. JACK GRAVES Football, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs, DAVID A. GREEN Science Research Group, IW yrs. RITA GREEN AY, 3 yrs., SC, FHA, 2 yrs. MARGARET ELIZABETH GREGORY Imprerriom Co-ed '73, AY, 3 yrs., SCgjj, 1 yr. BLANE A. GRIFFITH "A" Band, 2 yrs. BRYANT HAINEY NHS, 4 yrs. THERON C. HALE ' Foorlight Players 1 yr. JANICE MARLENE HALL VICKI HALSEY SANDRA HAMILTON FHA V.P., 1 yr., Rodeo Club V.P,, 2 yrs. LARRY HAMMOND DOUGLAS C. HAMPTON Yj, 3 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Broomball, 3 yrs. SUSAN HANLEY Orch., 4 yrs., AY, 1 yr., NHS, 4 yrs. JANET HANNA SC, 2 yrs., Tennis Team, SC. 212 rr i . . . I 4 Zz .." Us' ills learned in Aviation, Bill Davis tests a model. WW ,fy '29 ukffhw .Z P Www 'G Shannon Cox analyzes a probability problem through the use of sets in Elementary Analysis. 'NH fvfffwff' 41? 'If TERRI LYNN HANSEN SC, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., DECA, 1 yr. YL, 3 yrs. MARY SUSAN HANSON AY, 1 yr., Mixed Choir, 1 yr., Aca- pella Choir, 1 yr., Off. Asst. MACK BRADFORD HARBERT Football, 4 yrs., Rodeo Club, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., YL, 1 yr. RICKY HARDEN ROTC, 3 yrs., ROTC Basketball Capt. ANDREW WILLIAM HARTMAN MIKE HARVEY Football, 3 yrs., Track, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. GLENN HAUSENFLUKE EARL HAUSS -Ir. Historian, 1 yr., AIFS, 1 yr, JEFFERSON LINCOLN HAYES Lab Asst., 3 yrs. CHIP HEALD Track. 4 yrs., Football, 1 yr. SC Exec. Bd., YJ, 1 yr. CURT HEATH TED HEBRON DAVID HECKARD MICHAEL JOSEPH HEERWAGEN ROTC, 3 yrs., Drill Team, 2 yrs. MARY HEINECKE JERRY HEIT RAY HENRY Band, 4 yrs., Lab Band, 1 yr. STEPHEN W. HEPTIG Swimming, 4 yrs., YJ, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Broomball, 2 yrs. MARK HERTEL Track, 4 yrs., Football, 1 yr., AY. SHERI HERTEL SC. LISA GAY HIETT AY, 2 yrs., Footlight Players, 1 yr. LAWRENCE HILL LEIGH ANN HILL DINAH HILLIARD 213 BILL HINES SOH, Secretary, 1 yr, Pres, 1 yr,g AY, 4 V175-5 RCP-s 1 Yfsjjg Football, 1 yr. KIM HOFFMAN Office Asst, 2 yrs., VOE, 1 yr., OEA, 1 X yr. GLENN HOOPER ICT, I yr. KELLY HORTON TERRI HOUSE lD?fQ,frvVCik KELLIE HOWARD f ROBERT HOWARD Basketball, 3 yrs., Football, 4 yrs., Base- ball, 3 yrs., Afro-American Club. SUSAN HOWARD VICKI HOWARD WAYNE LOUTS HUBBARD .wwf K? DEANA GAYLE HUDGINS Chorus, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr. RONNY HUDMAN ROTC, 3 yrs. g Imprerriom, 1 yr. 'Huw ASK MARGARET ANN HUDSON A Cappella Choir, 2 yrs., Girls Base ball, 1 yr., Ft. Worth City Wide Cho- rus, 3 yrs. JAN HUGHES DECA, 1 yr., YL, 1 yr., Office Asst., 1 yr. Ol Amy Baldwin listens attentively in French class. PATRICIA K, HUMPHRIES SC, 1 yr., Free Spirit, 1 yr.g Girls Tennis Team, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. ,W CLAUDIA I-IUTCHINSON NHS, 3 yrs., SC, 3 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., SOH, I yr.gjf,1yr, PATRICIA ANN JACKSON FHA, 1 yr., Volleyball, 3 yrs. REUBAN PHILLIP JACKSON BILLY JACOBS 214 SHARON JAN HUGHES Spanish Club, 1 yr., NHS, 3 yrs. KATHI HUMMEL '4""4'-ffvvv Seniors French Exchange Student Visits AHH Exchanging customs and going to school, Jean-Marc Ferraud came to Heights for his senior year from Paris, France. Jean-Marc stayed with the John Anderson family. The Frenchman was amazed that students were allowed to pick teach- ers and classes because in France he had no choice. The main problem the boy encountered was keeping his conversation in English instead of French. Jean-Marc was made an hon- orary member of Spirit of the Hill. The purpose of having foreign exchange students is to promote understanding among nations through the direct contact of Sfll- dents and teachers. -.,' -. . . I 'I..il1.'i3i k,,i . 2 3 3' arr, W .2721 fi r 5 ' 'ffi253if'ii5zf:2ii'2'li:,i35 ,,-" 'ff 1 Q ft"rt . 2 4 :Q , .. J ernri f . I f iiifl' - ,,,', 2 'PSU f--- 5 --rf'-i :.5fL.'5 'aw .,,., . ., A ' ' ,',' i V- J ' 'i2e'i1i , 21,3.Q5fTf'lifzf:25g.gV? "", . sf: .,v., "9""?' P ' . ,,,f N A-""t""'N 4 A J N A f 1 ,iir "li W . f A esni 'A if 1.5: W, A1 A .. v ""'i l I " Foreign exchange student Jean-Marc Ferraud works as an assistant in Mrs. Gladys Brightis French class. ' 24,1 Co 721 20,0 A 119,57 'Mums' --an--r LJ CLIFFORD JARVIS SUZANNE LANDRUM JARY SC, 1 yr., AFS, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., NHS, 3 yrs., YCF, 1 yr. CAMILLE JEFFREY Honors Art, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., FHA, 1 yr., Rodeo Club, 1 yr. DARNELL JOHNSON Basketball, 3 yrs., Letterman, 2 yrs. DAWN JOHNSON Impratrionr, 1 yr., jj, 2 yrs., Lab Asst. JACKIE JOHNSON Chorus, 4 yrs., Glee Club, 3 yrs., GAA, 3 yrs., Pep Club, 4 yrs. MARSHALL JOHNSON Rifle Team, 3 yrs. NANCY JOHNSON Free Spirit, 1 yr., A Cappella Choir, Lab Asst. PAT JOHNSON jj, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr., Jr. Achiev., 1 yr. WILLIAM JOHNSON ROTC, 3 yrs., Basketball, 1 yr., Baseball, 1 yr., Soph. Class Favorite. KENNETH JONES Baseball DUB JORDAN Honors Art, AY Rep., 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr. ELIZABETH JORDAN Yj, 2 yrs., Co-ed, SC, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Altrusa Award, DAR. MARK JULIAN Most Athletic, Football, 4 yrs., Baseball, 4 yrs., Track, 4 yrs. GRADY KANE AY, 4 yrs., Intramurals, 2 yrs. 5 HOUSTON JOHNS KAUFFMAN, JR. N SC Pres., jr. Favorites, Football, 4 yrs., Mr. AHHS. BARBARA KAY Swimming, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., Eagle Feathers, 1 yr., Pep Squad, QRWHSJ. KAREN KEIL jj, 5 yrs., AY, 4 yrs., AFS, 4 yrs., Chrm., SOH, 1 yr., SC, 3 yrs., YCF, I yr. CHARLES KELLY Baseball, 4 yrs. ALLISON KERR -Ir. Favorite Finalist, Cheerleader, 1 yr., Swimming, 4 yrs., Most Athletic. Seniors Students Take Part in Chri tmas Play Cathryn Schmidt, Eunice Bratton and Diane McClung portray glorifying angels in 'QThe Littlest Wiseman.', DAVID LABOON Football, 4 yrs., Baseball, 2 yrs., Track, 2 yrs. LYNN C. LAHMER BOB KING PAT KNIGHT Marching Band, 1 yr., Concernt Band, 2 yrs. BAXTER KNOWLES ROTC, 5 yrs. BEATRICE KONKLE NHS, I yr. 1-Q7 Mr ay' Y SUZANNE LAMBERT 'Wff'-. SUE LAW RAY LAWRENCE ALETA LEON NHS, 3 yrs. WII,LIE LEONARD FOLEY FRED LIDSTONE Hockey, 4 yrs., Soccer, 4 yrs. MANUEL LINAN Football, 2 yrs., Track, I yr., Chess Team, 4 yrs. DANIEL RICHARD LINDEN SC, 4 yrs., Swimming, 5 yrs., Co-capr., 1 yr., Debate Team, I yr. 1 ef?" hw' www MQW, Efnyfefaga fagzajgafaifg 43 lam M-Nm 2,6 LAQ OVJJVQ, UWA K 'K PATRICIA ANN LINDSAY SOH, 3 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., Fres. Favorite Finalist, Most Beautiful BECKY LIPSON SHARON LYNN LOCK NHS, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr., Debate Club, 1 yr., YL, 1 yr. -IEAN ALIENE LOCKETT FHA Historian LINDSEY PATRICIA LONG SOH, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 1 yr., Homeroom Pres., 1 yr. MARGARET LOPEZ JOHNNY LOWRANCE Track, 1 yr. WILLIAM KURT LUMPKINS FHA, 1 yr., Honors Arr, 3 yrs., DECA, 1 yr. MARK LUNQUIST Rodeo Club, 3 yrs., Football, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. RONALD LUSK Football, 1 yr., Basketball, 2 yrs., Track, 1 yr. OLIN DWIGHT LUTTRELL Baseball, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. GARY LUTTRELL RUTH LYLE BEVERLY MACK FHA, 1 yr., Chorus, 1 yr., Band, 3 yrs., United Front, 2 yrs. SUSAN ,IAN MANICOM SC, '4 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Spanish Club, 2 yrs., Volleyball Team, 3 yrs. CHARLES TIMOTHY MANN Baseball, 3 yrs. CYNTHIA LOU MARSHALL FHA. DONALD S. MARTIN II AY, 1 yr., DE, 1 yr. BERNA LINDA MASSINGILL NHS, 4 yrs., Spanish Club, 1 yr., NMS Semifinalist, Imprerriam, 1 yr. LINDA MAYBERRY PAUL MAYO RUSSELL LORIN MCCLOUD Basketball, 4 yrs., AY, 2 yrs., SOH, 2 yrs ' Homeroom Pres., 3 yrs. CYNTHIA DIANE MCCLUNG C QWQZQ SC, 2 yrs., AY Rep., 1 yr., Teacher Asst. VICKI MCCONKEY SC, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr. CHARLES MCCULLEY GUY E. MCDANIEL ' ROTC, 4 yrs., Drill Team, 4 yrs., Ranger Team, 3 yrs., Red Cross, 1 yr. DEBORAH LYNN McFADDEN Impremonr, 1 yr., Spanish Club, 1 yr., Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr. MELODY GAYLE McGILL NHS, 2 yrs., Free Spirit, 1 yr., Orch., 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. NELIA McMillan AY, 3 yrs., Tennis Team, 4 yrs., YCF, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr. RENEE MEACHAM AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr., FSA, 1 yr. V 4'ffzft5'4 7 Seniors SALLIE RUTH MEADOR Choir, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr-5 FHA, 2 YFS-5 Free Spirit, 1 yr. HENRY MEANS APRIL MEEKS ALFRED MENDEZ LORENZO RAMON MENDEZ ROTC, 3 yrs. MACK MERCER Football, 4 yrs. RANDY MERKEL RICKEY MERKEL Sociology Probes Problem of Society In the course of studying the interrelationships of man, Mrs. jean Mitchellis sociology class went on an all-day field trip to Gatesville. Stu- dents visited Gatesville School, a state supported institution to help troubled and delinquent boys. A course requirement was a term paper on a sociological problem, With topics ranging from old age to nuclear reactors. Speakers lectured to students on subjects relating to soci- ology. A policeman spoke about the dangers of shoplifting, a graduate student from southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary offered a solu- tion to the drug problem, and a teacher spoke on school dropouts. yrs., YL, 3 Yf5-Q SCQ Tfilfks 4 Football, 1 yr. ' 'M' CATHERINE AY, 2 yrs., Teacher Asst., I yr., YL MARY KATHERINE METZER Teacher Asst., 1 yr.g DE, 1 Yf- DAVID MILLER Track, Golf. LANE MERRILL W f' -IIM MILLER A Band, 4 yrs. g Lab Band, 1 yr. JIM MONAHAN t Band, 3 yrs., AY, 1 yr. f VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY 2 , W I wa, .www If FHA, 3 yrs, Free Spirit, 1 yr., Footlight .- i it i' , Ma. , 1 Players, 1 yr- ., ,fur 4 MARC MONZINGO Hockey, 4 yrs.g Football, 1 yr. 218 1 .omg-.9 V V 'A 1 Michelle Eckroth and Susan Berrey listen attentively as a guest speaker lectures the Sociology class fn! ,frm l CS Seniors Alan Richardson, Meme Ramsey and Gigi Schaeffer direct their attention to Mrs. Rilla Stevens, guest speaker in sociology. DAVID LEON MOORE Track, 2 yrs., Most Popular, Como. DOUGLAS MOORE Tennis Team, 1 yr. KAREN SUE MORGAN AY, 3 yrs., Rep., SC. SHERRY LYNN MORRIS Cheerleader, 3 yrs., SC, 4 yrs., Exec. Board, AY. KEVIN LEE MORTON Golf Team, 3 yrs., NHS MARIE MOTE KIM MICHELE MUMMERT Homeroom Pres., 3 yrs., AY, 4 yrs., YCF, 1 yr. KIMBERLY ANN MURRAY Rodeo Club Secretary, 3 yrs., SC, 1 yr., Volleyball, 2 yrs. STEPHEN MYERS ROTC, 3 yrs., ICT, 1 yr. DAVID NALLEY Orch,, 2 yrs.,-lj, 1 yr. CI-IARLEY NATION CECIL WAYNE NELSON ROTC, 4 yrs., Office Asst., 1 yr., Teacher Asst., 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. WINCIE NEUSSE PAUL NICHOLS TRACEY NICHOLS fhpgd TOM NORDECK Golf, 2 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs. BETH NORMAN RODENNIA NORRIS KIM CHANDLER OIGRADY Rodeo Club, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., DE, 1 yr. DIANE OLSON BRUCE OANEAL BARRY OSWALT Conroe H.S. Pres., Math Club Pres., NHS, Spanish Club, I yr., AHHS Swimming, I yr, 219 SUSIE JANE OTTE SC, 1 yr. STEVE PANKEY Rodeo Club, 4 yrs. DONNA PARDUE Honors Art, 1 yr. BILL PAXTON I, Seniors , , W .. .X,. ,i .,,,,L. .... " '1s'fLf:-5 w-'ar,f"- AW., ..h.. . " 'J . H-',gs..':1:w- stan ww I fo ,M--4-'-wx 9 gfffaf 42. ,, I 1 .,. I , ' 2. J fl 'iff '32 . iv' 4 x 'V . 5 . .f,f.-.. "5 ,. i f . , , ' .f .vyk . .. ,, I-, V1 LH ' 3- 5' . '-"gt 3 al V -, ' r :s.fb::-f Q 1 r ' I Z ,Q 5 , i'?-fl.' , I: . f . Y I 'ff I f ' Ml. in oo-'Q , -f 'I ' " 3' '- . I WV, ,Qi , , :f ,, a L W A .f,,f ,pi ..,, -,ff 52 'fel' ,,., I I I . '.,. f',,1:.ff I. . U, K V - Am' " V , VAVVVAA , ' .,4-fX-5- 2.2.7 L-. V 3 , . 5, A .,. s "W .iff , 1 2 . K , . 1 1 . J' J' fi . . I 1' "And away it goes january day. . . . " grirnaces Liz jordan on a snowy Enthusiastic Senior Seamper in Snow Q, gwigmwilj Awful AM NORA MARGARET PEACOCK NJHS, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs. BART A. PELTON Science Club, 2 yrs., AY, 1 yr., YCF, 1 yr. MARIA SYLVIA PEREZ OEA Pres., 1 yr. ' .JAMES PHILLIP PERKINS DECA, 1 yr.g Football, 1 yr., JI, 1 yr.g Honor Roll. SKYLAR PETTY BARBARA JEAN PHILLIPS NHS, 2 yrs., OEA, 1 yr., Scholas- tic Achiev. Award. ,IEANNINE PHILLIPS SC, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., SC Alt., 2 yrs. BILL PIRTLE Football, 1 yr., ROTC, 3 yrs. MELISSA F. PLOWMAN VOE, 1 yr.g Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs. EMORY POLK MARK PREVOST Basketball, 3 yrs. g AY, 1 yr. PEGGY ELLEN PRICE Footlight Players, 1 yr., Drama, 3 yrs., Chorus, 3 yrs. LOYCE PROBST ALAN PROPPER DAVID PRUDEN Tennis team, 4 yrs., AY, 2 yrs. i I .iffy I . . . , . X. " -. ' .ai ' 1: 'c'fi.2zL"'i'A ' ' . , ' ' Q 3 'vi' ,pu W .f -' in ,. "' """" " x13fxf5if: 'MAN' l i w- . ., A 3 . 4' I W.. . "1 X N -r-or -gown' '-mv' JEFF PUMPHREY Football, 4 yrs., A Club, Rodeo Club, 2 yrs. KATHRYN J. QUINN DEDE RAMSEY SC, 4 yrs., SOH, 2 yrs., Yj, Treas., 1 yr., NHS, 4 yrs. MEME RAMSEY SOH, I yr., NHS, 4 yrs., SC, 4 yrs., PASF, Off., 1 yr., FHS, Off., JOE RANKIN Tennis Team, 4 yrs., AY, 5 yrs. 4 yrs., YL, I yr., DECA I yr. yrs., NHS, 5 -IOHN CLEMENT RECONNU Chorus, 2 yrs., Drama, 1 yr., Library Asst., 1 yr. SHARI RECORDS AY, 2 yrs., DECA, 1 yr. ROBIN REED EMILY REICHENBACH LYDIA REYES J' ,. it .1 Unsuccessfully, April Foust throws a powdery snowball. Terry and jerry Crummel sharpen their throwing arms for upcoming snowball onslaughts. Mi 'WX GLORIA DELIA REYNA 7 OEA, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr., Advisory Comm., 1 yr., Hum. Rel. Comm., 1 yr. KAREN LOUISE RICHARDS VOE, I yr., NHS, 3 yrs. ALAN RICHARDSON Yj, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs., Impreirians, 1 yr. XVEST RICHARDSON TOM RIEBER Football, 4 yrs., Baseball, 4 yrs., A Club, 4 yrs. ZAJJVVL4 DEBORAH ANN RILEY GUY TOXYINSEND ROBERTS AY, 1 yr., Tennis Team, 4 yrs. TANYA ROBERTSON SHERYL ROBINSON CONSTANCE DELYNNE ROBISON YL, 4 yrs., YCF, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs. 221 DIANE RUIZ NANCY JANE SAMER Office Asst., 2 yrs., Free Spirit, 1 yr., SC, 1 yr., Imprerfiom. SAMUEL C. SAMPLE, JR. AY, 4 yrs., Football, 2 yrs., SOH, 1 yr.g Baseball, 4 yrs. H.-wmv. VIRGINIA ANNETTE SANDERS tw-W AY, 3yrs.g YCF, yr. WILLIAM CASEY SANFORD Track, 4 yrs.g SOH DEBORAH ANN SARSGARD YJ, 3 yrs., Co-ed, YL, SC, 3 yrs., AY Exec. Board, 4 yrs. JEANETTE ANN SCHAEFFER AY, 3 yrs., SC, 4 yrs.g SOH, 1 yr., NHS, 4 yrs. SUSAN SCHAEFFER jj, 1 yr., Yj, 1 yr., SOH, 1 yr., SC, 3 yrs. CATHRYN ANNETTE SCHMIDT Youth Orch., 2 yrs., Orch., 4 yrs., All-City Orch., 4 yrs., Free Spirit V.P., 1 yr. ROBERT LYNN SCHULMAN YCF, 1 yr., Chorus, 3 yrs., Free Spirit, 1 yr. WILLIAM SCHULMAN Baseball, I yr. HANFORD E. SCOTT Football, 3 yrs. .IAN SEABERRY AY, 1 yr., Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs., Pres., 1 yr., Free Spirit, 1 yr. LAKIE SETZER MICHAEL EDWARD SHARRATT Orch., 4 yrs., Swimming, 2 yrs.g Concert Band, 1 yr. J. 'S KFjZ's Lee Randall gives help to government student Amy Brown. 222 Seniors Right-To- ote Extended to Youth Voting in the 1972 Presidential election was a first for many seniors. Students who were 18 by November 7 were able to register to vote in Mrs. Betty Quirnbyis room. A mock election for all Heights students resulted in a landslide vic- tory for Nixon over McGovern. Homerooms were assigned state names to distribute the electoral vote. Student's interest in the political happenings Were stimulated in gov- ernment classes. Newspapers pre- pared by the students such as "Gnus on the Moove," 'lFort Worth Stress," and "Noose Weak," reported politi- cal issues. Making bulletin boards on current events and Working for can- didates Were other means of student involvement. ,.4d'i'?f , ,,,. ,M .,..1I' jimmy Dean looks over his ballot prior to vot- ing. BOBBY SMITH Football, 4 yrs., SC, 2 yrs., Baseball, 4 yrs., Track, 1 yr. BRAD SMITH SOH, 2 yrs., AY, 1 yr., SC, 3 yrs., Pro- grams Comm. Chair. CATHY SMITH AY, 1 yr., YJ, 4 yrs. CLIFF SMITH Baseball, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. DAN SMITH Band, 2 yrs., AY, 1 yr. JANE SMITH AY, 3 yrs., jr. Achiev., 1 yr., A Cappella, 2 yrs. KATHLEEN SMITH Orch., 4 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., YCF, 1 yr. AT' SANFORD SMITH SHERRILL SMITH AY, 3 yrs., FHA, 1 yr. MIKE SOLOMON gp- - ,a I ' I it BOBBY SPENCER Football, 4 yrs., SC, 3 yrs., Basketball, 2 'W A yrs., Track, 2 yrs. MELVIN SPILLMAN 1 ' . I 'YS C' 'nl ' MARTHA JEAN STACY I ' -W 1 5, AY, 1 yr., YL, 2 yrs. Q p ,N,, , V T A ,,,,, lf STEVE STAPLES K ' E ff' 2 Football, 3 yrs. I Y Q' KURT WALTER STEVENS ' ,i'-, 223 Seniors alla Theater Visited b Humanities CHRISTOPHER LEE STEWART Basketball, 4 yrs., SOH, 1 yr., AY, 2 yrs., YL, 4 yrs. BRoNsoN STOCKER l Cheerleader, 3 yrs., Yj, 1 yr,, jj, 3 yrs., YL LA DORIS STOKES A real OEA Reporter. DOROTHY JOAN STRACK AY, 1 yr., NHS, 3 yrs., Girls Basketball, 2 yrs., Girls Volleyball, 2 yrs. MARY HELEN STRAIN SC, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr,, DECA, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr. JUDY BETH STRANGE NMS Semifinalist, SOH, 3 yrs., SC, 2 yrs., NHS, 4 yrs, ' DEBRA SWEEDAN FHA, 2 yrs. ANNE ADELE SZABLOWSKI Cheerleader, 3 yrs., NHS, 3 yrs., Class Favorite, 2 yrs., Miss AHHS. ROBIN TADLOCK JEFFREY DEWAINE TAYLOR JOHN EDWIN TAYLOR MIKI LYNN TAYLOR Honors Art, 4 yrs., AY, 1 yr. ALLEN RAYMOND TEEL ROTC, 3 yrs. JIL MAURY TENNISON AT, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr., YL. JOHN MICHAEL TEPPER Football, 1 yr,, NHS, 2 yrs. CLAUDIA JEAN TERRY FSA, 1 yr., FHA, 1 yr. JANE LOU THOMAS Office Asst., 1 yr, 224 I Kakkie Cunningham, Marcia Carroll, and Nila Becker laugh at an amusing incident from the play 'Life with Father? qv, P , . , 4. . 11. RANDALL DON THOMAS Baseball, 3 yrs., Basketball 3 yrs. WILLIE EARL THOMAS Football, 2 yrs., Track, 2 yrs., Basketball, 1 yr. BART GREGORY THOMPSON Football, 1 yrr, NHS, 3 yrs., Golf, 2 yrs. DON THOMPSON STEVE THOMPSON Football, 3 yrs. - - 3 1 4, "' ff I, .-Nagy - X L I A- im, , I , I, Ly, ... ., .. ','i . TRACEY THOMPSON AY, 1 yr. , .1 ff ...fa 1 f ? S , . f A f M ?F3"i?33f.,,. K , : I xxx TY., 2 f , - 1 Z -li ev' Y -W LUDY TOMPKINS ICT, 2 yrs., Office Asst., 1 yr., Library Asst., 2 yrs. 1 S s rv ' xY ' A X 0 fl ' 2- . l' S " .A , ' 3' 'M if-N fi 2l5f7'8Ui at w-sf? I I L. ,,.. ,J-. , . Humanities students board bus bound for Fort Wonh, after a stage prod' uction at the Dallas Theater Center. DAVID BRYAN TRACY I Football, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr., Swimming,,1 Yf- I DONALD TRAYLOR SC, 2 yrs., AY, 3 yrs,, Baseball, 2 yrs. GEORGANN TRUITT ROTC, 4 yrs., SC, 1 yr., A Cappella, 2 yrs., YCF, 1 yr. CLARAJO TURNER JANET D. TURNER FHA, 2 yrs. IAURA LYNN TURNER AY, 1 yr., SC, 1 yr., YL JOHN E. TWEEDELL DALE UBERMAN Rodeo Club, 2 yrs. NANCY VATER PAUL VERCHER I f-225 Seniors inal Year Marred b Two Tragedies Allen Oney carefully prepares a plastics mold for a project in shop LOUSETTA WALKER ROB WALL Football, 5 yrs.g Baseball, 5 yrs yrs., Office Asst., 1 yr. DAVID WALTER ROBERT WALTER AY, 1 yr. HOSEPH E. WARD, JR. Swimming Letterman, 4 yrs. WILLIAM P. WARNER, JR. DAVE WASHBURN OWEN WATKINS AY, 2 yrs.g DE, 2 yrs, LEONARD WATSON, JR. JEAN WEATHERFORD YL, 4 yrs.g AY, 2 yrs., SC, 1 yr LYLE CASHION WELSH Imprerxiom, 1 yr. LINDA WENTZ FHA, 2 yrs., French Club, 1 yr. DAVID WHITE SOH, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr. MARK ALLAN WHITFIELD Football, 2 yrs., Track, 3 yrs, STAN WILEY V226 ROBERT WILLIAMS AY, 1 yr., SC, 1 yr. STEVE WILLIAMS JOHN BRYANT WILMOTH fv- 1 yr. PAMELA ANN WOODS AY, 2 yrs., FI-IA, 1 yr.g Footlight Players, 2 yrs. RUTHIE WOODS PATRICIA LYNNELL WOODWARD yr. SCOTT WORRELL SOH, 1 yr., AY, 1 yrs. THERESA YANDELL FHA, 1 yr., Honors Art, 2 yrs. RODNEY YAMANE DEBBIE YARBOROUGH 'RQ DAN ALAN YATES VICKI LUBETH YATES Band, 3 yrs. CAREY YORK MICHELE YOUNG FHA Officer, Hospitality, 1 yr., Office Asst., 1 yr. NANCY ANN YOUNT -,,, . QQ? ,-,.,. My SC,2yrs. ANN KELLER ZIMMERMANN Tri H1Y 1 yr ICT Office Asst., 1 yr. CHERYL ZULAICA In Memoriam ' 'cThe Lord gives rest to those he loves . . 'Q Psalms mm RICK in RANDY CQQPER I SHELTON March 9, 1955 - 'Y f March 9, 1956 - I November 2, 1972 A January 21, 1973 Basketball, 2 yrs., Njhs, 1 yr., YCF, Swimming, 1 yr., AY, 1 yr., FHA, 1 Footlight Players, 1 yr. 5 FHA, 2 yrs., 22 Senior bcyut lg Apart V K ff T f ,xx ' ff-ff 4, N .Q 1 '91 Afw ' z Administration .... Allied Youth ...... ...,. ,114 ........86,87 American Field Service ....,.4. 71 Bortlerop, Zeedle - 101, 205 Band ..................... 90, 91 Baseball .,....,... .... 5 9, 63 Basketball ........... .... 4 6, 52 Board of Education . . . . . . .114 Book jackets ...... ....... 94 Cheerleaders . . . .... 64, 65 Chorus ........ .... 8 8, 89 Debate Club .....93 Dedication ............. , . .12, 13 Distributive Education . 106, 107 A Aaron, Lee - Sr. . .T 89, 202 Abelson, Mark -- Soph. . . . 146 Abels-on, Nan - Fr. . . . 130 Adams, Bill - Fr. . . . 54, 68, 146, 147 Adams, Charles - Sr. . . . 77, 90, 91, 92, 202 Adams, john - Sr. . . . 202 Adams, Judy - Sr. . . . 74, 75, 202, 209 Airharr, Annita - Fr. . . . 130 Akin, Wesley -jr. . . . 107, 164 Albee, Linda - Fr. . . . 130 Aldrich, Christy - Fr. . . . 130 Alexander, Kim - Fr. . . . 130, 194, 195 Allen, Billy -jr. . . . 164 Allen, Danny -jr. . . . 77, 164 Allen, David - Fr. . . . 54 Allen, Mike - Fr. . . . 130 Alley, Richard - jf. . . . az, 83, 164 Allred, Donald - Sr. . . . 45, 202 Allred, Frankie - Soph. . . . 33, 59, 63, 146, 156 Almaguer, Sylvia - Sr. . . . 82, 84, 108, 109, 202 Alvarado, Esther - Sr. . . . 202 Alvarez, Neomi - Soph. . . . 146 Ammons, Phillip - Soph. . . . 59, 99, 146 Amos, Chris - Fr, . . . 59, 130 Amos, Mike - Sr. . . . 60, 61, 62, 63, 203 Topical Index Epilogue .................... 240 Favorites ...,.., 129, 154, 163, 189 Football .... ........... 3 2, 42 Free Spirit . . . .... . .70 French Club .................. 79 Future Homemakers of America . . 108, 109 Girls Powder Puff . . . ..... .53 Golf .....,....,... .... 5 4 Homecoming .... ....... 2 0 Howdy Week . . , ,... 24, 25 jacket joumal . . . .... 76, 77 Impressions . . . .... 74, 75 Student Most Athletic .... . . .195 Most Beautiful ...196 Most Friendly .... . . .194 Most Handsome .... . . .196 Most Studious .... . . .194 Most Talented .... ..... 1 96 Mostest Contest ..,........ 22, 23 Mr. and Mrs. AHHS ..... 186, 187 Mr. and Mrs. AHHS Finalists .188 Orchestra .................... 92 Ranch Day .... ..........., 2 8 ROTC ............. 82, 83, 84, 85 Science Club . . . .......... . .94 and Facult Note: Faculty names are printed in all caps. B Baddour, Sharyn -Jr. , . . 90, 92, 164 Baddour, Teri - Fr. . . . 92, 130 Bagby, Becky - Sr. . . . 20, 75, 69, 101, 205 Bagby, Howie - Fr. ., . . 41, 59, 131 Bailey, Bill - jr. . . . 162, 164 Baird, jerry - jr. . 182 Bailey, Ronny - Sr. . . . 203 73, 101, 103, 164, Baker, john . . . 82, 83, 85 Baker, josh - Sr. . . . 55, 190, 194, 195, 200, 203 , Baker, Kevin . . . 85 Baker, Miles - Fr. . . . 131 Balch, Hez - Sr. . . . 203 Baldoza, Edward - Sr. , . . 203 Baldoza, Nancy - Fr. . . . 81 Baldoza, Roland -jr. , . . 164 Baldwin, Alicia - Sr. . . . 203 Baldwin, Amy - Sr. . . , 71, 79, 203, 214 Baldwin, Asa - Fr. . . . 131 Baldwin, Fred - Fr. . . . 136 Baldwin, Kathy -Jr. . . . 90, 164 Ancheurs, Gene -jr. . . . 164 Anderson, Billy - Fr. . . . 82, 85, 130 Anderson Cynthia - Soph. . . . 146, 161 Anderson Lori - Soph. . . . 146 Anderson Paula - Sr. . . . 27, 72, 99, 203 Anderson, Anderson Anderson 5 1 Renee - Sr.. . . 203 Sharon - Fr. . . . 130 Walter -jr. . . . 84 Andon, Karen -jr. . . . 89, 164 Angel, Cary - Sr. . . . 94, 203 Angell, Lisa -jr. . . . 164 Ansley, Kathie - Sr. . . . 203 Ansley, Mac -jr. . . . 164 Appleton, Donald - Fr. . . . 41, 130 Arbuckle, Len - Soph. . . . 54, 146 Arias, Becky - Fr. . . . 130 Armstrong, Brent - Sr. . . . 100, 203 Armstrong, Ray - Soph. . . . 146 Aronos, Emest - Soph. ...146 ARSENEAU, FLAVIN . . . 95, 122 Amold, Russell - Fr. . . . 41, 130 Arrington, Doug - Fr. . . . 41, 81, 87, 130, 142 Ashford, Mike - Soph. Ashford, Pam - Fr. . . Ashton, Charles - Sr. . Ashton, Patty -jr. . . 164 Atkinson, Norbic - Sr. Atwood, Dana - Soph. Auld, Kim - Soph. . . Austin, Cleo - Soph. . ...146 . 130 . .203 - 53, 79, 98, 162, . , .55,203 ...43,146 .146 ..85 Austin, Earl - Soph. . . . 56, 57, 146, 160 Austin, jimmy - Fr. . . AUSTIN, MARTHA . . 113, 123 Austin, Tim - Soph. . . Ayala, Wmily - Sr. . . Ayala, Louis - Soph. , . . 57, 128, 130 . 22, 55, 86, 87, . 146 . 203 . 146 Ayres, Rui - Soph. . , . 146 230 Bales, Anna - Fr. . . . 131 Bales, Richard - Soph. . . . 146 Bales, Susan - Soph. . . . 146 Ballard, John -jr. . . . 89, 164 Ballinger, Larry - jr. . . . 69, 164 Ballman, Fred - Fr. . . . 52 Bandy, Mary Beth - Fr.. . .131 Banks, Debie - Fr. . . . 131 Banner, Cynthia -jr. . . . 164, 172 Barber, Bill - Fr. . . . 41, 59, 68, 131 Barber, Brenna - Sr. . . . 19, 77, 203 Barber, David - Soph. . . . 146 Barber, jack - Sr. . . . 25, 63, 203, 205 Barber, Mike - Soph. . . . 90 Barham, Waymm - Fr. . . . 131 Barker, Becky - Soph. . . , 146 Barker, Roger -jr. . . . 33 Barlow, Lynn - Fr. . . . 109, 131 Barnard, Valerie - Soph. . . . 146 Barnes, Glenn - Soph. . . . 57, 146 BARNES, LARRY . . . 18, 118 Barnes, Stephen - Sr. . . . 204 Bamhill, Kim -jr. . , . 43, 164 Bamhill, Mary - Soph. . . . 146 Barr, james - Fr. . . . 25, 131, 138 Barrett, Valerie - Sr. . . . 204 Barron, Linda - Soph. . . . 146 Bartholomew, Melissa - Soph. . . . 146, 159 Bartholomew, Shelley -jr. . . . 73 Basharn, Kim - Fr. . . . 131 Basile, Cynthis - Fr. . . . 131 Bass, Bev - Fr.. . .68, 131 Bass, Martha - Soph. . . , 68, 75, 144, 146 Bass, Pam - Sr. . . . 75, 204 Barts, -Ieb - Soph. . . . 39, 59, 146 Batts, Mike - Soph. . . . 33, 37, 50, 59, 68, 145, 146, 150 Barts, Robert - Fr. . . . 52, 131 Baumann, Brenda - Soph. . . . 147 Baumann, Debbie - Fr. . . . 79 Bean, Charlotte -jr. . . . 71, 79, 164 Beatty, Mark -jr.. . .69,164 Beary, Virginia - Sr. . . . 204 Becera,juan -jr. . . . 24, 56, 57, 69, 164, 194, 195 Becker, Nila -jr. . . . 77, 224 Beckwith, Clois - Sr. . . . 90, 91, 92, 204 Beckwith, Doug - Fr. . . . 83, 85, 131 Beggs, Ed - Fr. . . . 24, 41, 57, 129, 131 Beggs, George -jr. . . . 165 Beilhalz, Linda -jr. . . . 134, 165 Beilhay, Larry - Fr. . . . 131 Belew, Cheryl - Soph. . . . 87, 147 Belew, Mitch - Soph. . . . 54, 68 Bell, Margaret - Sr. . . . 204 Bellomy, Greg - Soph. . . . 90, 92, 147 BELT, LUCY Benham, Janice - Soph. . . . 79, 92, 102, 147 BENNETT, FREDDIE . . . 122 Bennett, Karen - Fr. . . . 131 Benson, jason - Fr. . . . 82, 84, 131 Benson, julie - Soph. . . . 147 Bergey, Bill- Fr. . . . 131 Bemal, Berto - Soph. Bemard, Beverly - Sr. . . . 53, 204 Bemier, Alain - Soph. . . . 147 Bemier, Diane --Ir. . . . 79, 165 Bemier, johanne - Sr. . . . 204 Berrey, Susan - Sr. . . . 89, 180, 204, 218 Berridge, Cheryl - Sr. . . . 73, 204 Berridge, Eddie - Soph. . . . 33, 59, 63, 147, 156, 156 . Berridge, Susan - Fr. . . . 108, 131 Berry, john - Sr. . . . 17, 18, 22, 32, 33, 37, 53, 98, 99, 101, 193, 199, 202, 203, 204 Berry, Kathy - Soph. . . . 147 Berry, Mike - Fr. . . . 131 Berry, Murray - Fr. . . . 41, 131 BE'I'I'ES, MARILYN . . . 82, 84, 117 Beverung, Darlene - Sr. Biez, Paul . . . 45 Biggs, Karl -Soph.. . .39,59,63,147 Bilbo, Barbara - Sr. . . . 204 Bilbo, Connie - Fr. . . . 89, 108, 109, 131 Bilbo, Mattie -jr. . . . 165 BILDERBACK, FRED . . . 26, 90, 91, 113, 124 Bills, Candy --Ir. . . . 104, 165 Bilyea, Cynthia - Soph. . . , 147 Birch, Taylor - Fr. . . . 131 Black, Donna - Soph. . . . 147 Black, jim - Sr. . . . 204 Blackmon, Kathy -jr. . . . 53, 79, 165 Blair, Edward - Fr. . . . 85 Blaisdell, Yvonne - Sr. . . . 204 Blanford, Meredith -jr. . . . 79, 165 Blanton, Richard - Soph. . . . 147 Blanton, Shelia - Fr. . . . 131 Blekkcnk, Mike - Fr. . . . 131 Blitch,jeff - Soph. . . . 39, 40, 59, 147 Blitch, Kitzi - Sr. . . . 90, 92, 193, 204 Blocker, Rory - Soph. . . . 147 Bodeen, Toni - Sr. . . . 204 Boden, Rusty -jr. . . . 165 BODDIE, NANCY. . . 119 Bodley, jeff - Soph. . . . 47, 54, 78 Boese, Melaney - jr. . . . 205 Boland, Cheri -jr. . , . 165 Boland, Howard -jr. . . . 165 Bond, Beth -jr. . . . 165 Bonner, Abigail - Soph. . . . 147 Special Recognition. ,191, 192, 193 Spirit ..............,.. 19, 20, 21 Spirit of the Hill .......... 68, 69 Spring Activities ....... 16, 17, 18 Student Council .... 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 10.1, 102, 103 Student Council Activities . .28, 29 Swimming ............. 43, 44, 45 Valentine,s Day ............... 27 Who's Who . 197, 198, 199, 200, Yellow jacket .... Bonner, Twani -jr. . . . 82, 83, 84, 165 Booker, Gary - Fr. Borden, Barbie - -Ir. ...59,131 ...78,165 Borgwardt, Claudia - Fr. . . . 131 Bostick,joe - Soph. . . . 147 Boswell, Don - Fr. ...59, 131 Boswell, Vicki - Sr. . . . 205 soph.. . .68, 71, 73, 201 ....72, 73 103, 145, 155, 160 Boulware, Cynthia -jr. . . . 165 Bourke, Kelley - Fr. . , . 131 Bourke, Vicki - Soph. . . . 147 Bourland, Blake - jr. . . 45, 71, 98, 165 Bourland, Shelly - Fr. . . . 68, 129, 131 Bowers, Marsha -jr. . . 53, 165, 166 Bowers, Monte - Sr. . . . 88, 89, 205 BOWMAN, COACH LEON . . . 19, 33, 39, 40, 47, 120 Boswell, Don - Fr. . . . 41 Box, Amy - Sr.. . .205 Boydstun, Billy -jr. . . . 165 Boydstun, jerry - Sr. . . . 82, 83, 193, 205 Boykin, Suzanne -jr. . . . 165 Boynton, Debora - Sr. . . , 205 Bradden, Shirley - Fr. . . . 89, 131 Braddy, Martha -Jr. . . . 165 Bradfield, Brenda - Soph. . , . 147 Bradley, Cindy - Sr. . . . 16, 43, 69, 75, Bradley, Dale - Soph. . . . 45, 147 Bradley, Kenny - Fr. . . . 59, 131 Brady, Jana - Fr. . . . 132 Brainard, Leslie - Soph. . . . 79, 147 Brainard, Russell - Fr. . . . 59, 132 BRANSFORD, MILTON . . . 116 Brantley, Dian -jr. . . . 165 Brants,-Iancie -jr. . . . 165 Bratton, Eunice - Sr. . . . 26, 69, 76, 101, 205, 216 Bray, Joann - Sr. . . . 126, 205 Brazel,Jody -jr. . . . 169 Brechel, Karen . . . 92 Brechel, Kelly - Fr. . . . 87, 132 Brechel, Larri - Sr. . . . 106, 107, 205 Breckinridge, Ricky -jr. . . . 165 Breed, Kim - Fr. . . . 109, 132 Brennan, Dedee - Soph. . . , 147 Brenner, Mary --Ir. . . . 165 Brants, Ricky -jr. . . . 165 Brents, Tom - Sr. . . . 102, 205 BRESCIANI, HERMAN . . . 82, 127 Brewer, ,Janice - Sr. . . . 104, 205 Brewer, jill - Soph. . . . 147 Brewer, Terry - Soph. . . . 147 Bright, Debbie - Soph. . . . 147 BRIGHT, GLADYS . . . 79, 118, 215 Bright, Trey . . . 59 Brinegar, jerry - Fr. . . . 132 Brinkman, Mark . . . 84 Brock, Janie -jr. . . . 165 Brock, Lisa - Fr. . . . 132 Bronson, Guy -jr. . . . 57, 165 Brooks,janet - Sr. . . . 205 Brooks, Mary -jr. . . . 75, 77, 165 Brookshier, Todd - Soph. . . . 54, 147 Browder, Clark - Soph, , . . 39, 147 Browder, joe - Sr. . . . 205 Browder, john - Fr. . . . 41, 59, 132 Brown, Amy - Sr. . . . 107, 205, 222 Brown, Angela -Jr. . . . 165 Brown, Larry - Fr. . . . 92, 132 Carpenter, Mary - Fr. . . . 132 Brown, Clifford - Soph. , , , Br0wn,Cuft1s-Jr.. . . 165 Brown, D'Ann - Fr. . . . 132 Brown, Debbie - Soph. , . . 79, 92, 147 Brown, Deborah - Fr. . . . 132 BFOWU, Eric - Soph. . . . 147 Brown, Kaydee - Soph. . . . 68, 144, 147, 148 147 Brown, Linda - Fr. . . . 132 Brown, Lori - Fr. . . . Brown, Monte - Fr. . . . 132 Brown, Pat -J . . . . Brown, Sherry - Fr. . . . 132 r 165 Cox, Carolyn - Fr. . . . 133 Brown, Susan -Jr. . . . 165 Brown, Tommy -Jr. . . . 107, 165 Bruce, David - Sr. . . . 205 Bruce, Joe - Fr. . . . 132 Bruce, Stephanie - Sr. , . . 70, 77, 206 Brunkenhoefer, Glen -Jr. . . . 165 Brusenham, Kelly - Soph. . , . 147 Bryant, Clarence - Soph. . . . 147 Bryant, James -Jr. . . . 165 Bryant, Sherrie - Sr. . . . 107, 206 Buckalew, Jess - Fr. , . . 132, 149 Buckley, Jimmy - Sr, . . . 90, 92, 206 Buckley, Lisa - Fr. . . . 132 Bulger, Chris -Jr. . . . 166 Bulger, Richard -Jr. . . . 166 Bullard, Tonia - Sr. . . . 94, 206 Bumgardner, Debbie - Fr. . . . 132 Burckhardt, Fred - Soph. . . . 92, 147 Burckhardt, Linda - Sr. . , . 206 Burgin, Dana - Soph. . . . 147 Burkhard, Kevin -Jr. . . . 45, 166 Bumam, Dennis -Jr. . . . 82 Burnett, Jill - Soph. . . . 148 Burnett, Phil - Sr. . . . 206 Bums, Christeltle - Fr. . . . 132 Bums, Gay -Jr. . . . 55, 69, 102, 166 Bums, Honey - Sr. . . . 27, 53, 68, 69, 76, 77, 102, 172, iss, 198, 199, 206 Bums, Irene -Jr. . . . 166 Burns, Robert - Fr. . . . 41, 83, 85, 132 Bums, Ronald -- Fr. . . , 41, 132 Burr, Chuck - Soph. . . . 44, 45, 148 Burr, Rick - Sr. . . . 45, 77, 206 Burt, Bev - Soph.. . . 148 Burt, Carl- Soph. . . . 148 Burton, Lois - Fr. . . . 132 BURTON, ROSEMARY . . . 12, 13, 124, 125 Busby, Joe --Jr. . . . 166 Bush, Tina -Jr. . . . 90, 166 Bussey, Linda - Sr. . . . 26, 206 Buster, Kelly - Soph, . . . 39, 40, 59, 63, 148 Bustos, Ray -Jr. . . . 94, 104, 166 Byrd, Charles - Soplgl. . . . 50, 148 Caffrey, Debby - Soph. . . . 148 Cain, Joseph -Jr. . . . 166 Cain, Kenneth - Soph. . . . 132 Cain, Faye - Soph. . . . 148 Calhoun, James - Sr. . . . 28, 206 Calhoun, Tisa - Soph. . . . 148 Callahan, Maryann - Fr. . . . 89, 132 Calvin, Lena - Soph, . . . 88 Calzacorta, Jeanne - Soph. . . . 148 Cameron, Herman - Soph. . . . 84 Cameron, Pam - Fr. . . . 128, 132 Carnpbell, Bob - Soph. . . . 39, 84, 87, 148 Campos, Estella - Fr. . . . 132 Campos, Gloria - Soph, . . . 148 Candler, Ken - Soph. . . . 148 Candler, Leslie - Fr, . . 132 Cantrell, David - Sr. . . . 206 Cantrell, John - Soph. . ..148 Cantrell, Ricky - Soph. . . . 148 Cantrell, Robert - Sr. . . . 16, 185, 206 Cantwell, Robin - Fr. . . , 132 Carden, Dicky - Soph. . . . 148 Cardwell, Debbie - Fr. . . . 132 Carmichael, Tom . . . 82, 83, 85 Carol, Rob . . . 33 Carroll, Laura - Soph. . . . 78, 148 Carroll, Madelaine - Fr. . , . 78, 132 Carroll, Marcia - Sr. . , . 74, 75, 76, 77, 92, 206, 224 Carson, Ricky - Fr. . . . 42, 57, 132 Carson, Robert - Jr. . . . 33, 166 Carter, Amon - Soph. . . . 148 Carter, Cathy - Fr. . . . 132 Carten, David -Jr. . . , 148 CARTER, DAYTON . . . 114 Carter, Lisa - Sr. . . . 106, 107, 206 Carter, Nina - Soph. , . . 148 Carter, Randy -Jr, . . . 164, 166 Casavent, Franky - Fr. . . . 132 Castillon, George - Sr. . . , 204, 206 Castro, Victor -Jr. . . . 166 Cates, David -Jr. . . . 166 Cates, Patti - Soph. . . . 87 CAVENESS, FRANCES . . , 166 Caylor, Barry - Fr. . . . 132 Cecil, Ches -Jr. . . . 56, 57, 58, 166 Chamber, John -Jr. . . . 166 Chambers, Michael - Fr. . , . 41, 132 Chambers, Michael -Jr, . . . 166 Champion, Lela - Sr. . . . 108, 206 68 148 Chandler, Cheryl - Soph. . . , , Chaney, Philip -Jr. . . . 162, 166, 183 Chappell, Mark -Jr. . . . 166 Chase, Donald - Sr. . . . 82, 85, 206 Cherbonnier, David - Sr. . . . 206 Cherbonnier, Lynn - Soph. . . . 87, 148 Cherry, James - Sr. . . . 206 CHEVREAUX, COACH STEVE . . . 33, 56, 57, 123 Childers, Mike - Sr. . . . 63, 206 Childress, Kevin -Jr. . . . 167 Christenson, Vickie - Soph. . . . Clanton, Deborah - Fr. . . . 132 Clapp, Pam - Soph. . . . 148 Clapp, Perry - Fr. . . . Clardy, Damon - Jr. . . 59, 132 . 41 Clardy, Daonn - Fr. . . . 132 Clark, Cary -Jr. . . . 78, 90, 167 Clark, David . . . 85 CLAYTON, BETTY . . Clemons, Bill -- Sr. . . . 207 . 125 33, 37, 75, 197, Clemmons, Kathy - Sr. . . . 207 Clemons, Lewis - Fr. . . . 125, 132 Clemons, Rebecca - Sr. . . . 207 Clifton, David - Sr. . . . 207 Clifton, Jay - Sr. . . . 67, 207 Clinkscale, Bill - Fr. . . . 41, 42, 59, 132 Cochran, Michael - Fr. . . . 83, 85 Cofer, Don - Soph. . . . 148 Coffee, David - Soph. . Coffee, Mike -Jr. . . 1. . . 148 105, 167 148 Coffey, Donna - Soph. . . . 93, 148 Coggins, Kathy - Fr. . . . 132 Coggins, Michael -Jr. . . . 105, 167 COHEE, ERNESTINE . Cole, Liz - Fr. . . . 89, . . 116 132 Cole, Terry -Jr. . . . 207 Coleman, Jackie - Fr. . . . 89, 132 Coleman, Mike - Sr. . . . 207 Colia, Kenton -Jr. . . . 167 Collard, Bobby -Jr. . . . 107, 167 Collier, Harold - Soph. . . . 148 Collins, Ronald - Sr. . . . 207 Comeau, Kerry - Sr. . . . 207 Conditt, Mitch - Fr. . . . 132 Conner, Mary -Jr. . . . 167 Conrad, Brad -Jr. , . . 50, 69, 167 Conway, Karen - Soph. . . . 148 Fr 68 133 C00k,Cari- .. .. 1 Cook, Eddy - Soph. . , . 117 Cook, Jeff -Jr. . . . 107, 167 Cook, Pam - Soph. . , . 149 Cook, Teresa - Sr. . . . 104, 207 Cooper, Carol - Sr. . . . 207, 208 Cooper, Connie - Sr. . . . 207 Cooper, David - Fr. . . . 41, 57, 102, 133 Cooper, Kellie - Sr. . . . 207 COOPER, IARKUS T. . . . 127 Cooper, Linda - Fr. . . . 133 COOPER, REBA . . . 116 Cooper, Rick - Sr. , , . 89 Cope, Caron -Jr. . , . 167 Cope, Rich - Sr. . . . 207 Copp, Karen - Sr, . . . 125, 207 Copp, Mark -Jr. . . . 105 Cordell, Gayla - Sr. . . . 208 Cordova, Sherrill- Soph. . . . 149 Courtney, Clifford - Fr. . . . 85, 133, 183 Courtney, Rachel- Fr. . . . 133 Cox, Britton - Soph. . . . 87, 149 Cox, Larry-Fr.. . .133 Cox, Shannon - Sr. . . . 55, 198, 199, 208, 213 Darden, Glenn -Jr. . . . 28, 55, 77, 167 - Darnell, Debbie -- Sr. . . . 107, 209 Darwin, Debbie - Jr. . . . 104, 167 , D'Ascenzo, Delores - Soph. . . . 149 D'Autremont, Brian -Jr. . . . 45, 82, 167 D'Autremont, Louis . . ss , David, Lisa - Fr. . . . 133 Davidson, Bill -Jr. . . . 167 Davies, Bill - Sr. . . . 96, 212 Davis, Alice - Fr. . . . 133 Davis, Alisa -Jr. . . . 167 Davis, Bill - Sr. . . . 69, 75, 77, 209 DAVIS, CAROL . . . 104, 125 Davis, Danny - Fr. Davis, Darlene - Sr. . . . 108 Davis, Dee - Fr. . 68, 133 Davis, Elena - Fr. . . 68, 133 , Davis, George - Sr. . . . 209 Davis, John -Jr. . 63, 167 ' Davis, Linda -- Sr. . . 209 Davis, Mark - Sr. . . 65, 72, 100, 209 Davis, Randy - Sr. . 209 I Davis, Renee - Sr. . . . 105 ' Davis, Robyn - Sr. . . . 107, 209 Dawson, Clint - Fr. . . . 41, 85, 133 Day, Ronald - Fr. . . . 84, 85, 133 Deal, Janice - Sr. . . . 209 Coy, Rene - Sr... .208 Cozby, Paul - Sr. . . . 64, 101, 103, 202, 208 Crabb, Nancy -Jr. . . . 79, 167 Crader, Stuart - Soph. . . . 149 Crager, Mike - Sr. . . . 46, 47, 79, 208 Craig, Mike - Soph. . . . 45, 149 Craven, Bill- Soph. . . . 149 Creasman, David - Fr. . fCriswell, Cindy - Sr. . . Crook, Alison - Fr. . . . .85 .208 . 130, 133 Crossman, Stephanie - Fr. . . . 133 Crouch, Paul - Soph. . ..149 Crummel, Jerry - Sr. . . . 90, 92, 208, 221 Crummel, Terry - Sr. . . . 90, 91, 92, 208, 221 Crusemann, Sally -Jr. . , . 79, 87, 167 Cruz, Bobby - Fr, . . . 132 Cruz,Julie - Soph. . . . 125, 149, 155 Cruz, Paul - Fr. . . . 41 Culwell, Patricia - Fr. . . . 133 Cummins, Robert - Soph. . . . 149 CUNNINGI-IAM, DIXIE . . . 119 Cunningham, Kakkie - S . . . . 120, 208, 224 Cupit, Kathy - Sr. . . . 1 92, 108, 109, 208 Cupit, Skip - Fr. . . . 133 Cupps, Lin - Sr. . . . 208 Curfman, Kathy - Soph. . . . 149 Curtis, Robert -Jr. . . . 167 Cussnick, Irena - Fr. . . . 78, 132 Cutshall, David - Soph. . . . 33, 149, 156 D Daerr, Daryl - Sr. .D . 209 Dagel, Debra - Fr. . . . 78, 109 Daniel, Dori -Jr. . . , 109 Daniel,Joan -F.. .. r 133 DANIELS, KATHRYN . . . 119 Daniel, Ralph - Fr. . . . 41, 133 Daniels, David - Sr. . . . 209 Daniels, Dori -Jr. . . . 53 Daniels, Kathleen -Jr. . . . 77, 162, 167, 172 DANIELS, NANISCA . ..114 r 104, 209 Daniels, James Mark - S . . , . Daniels, Scott - Sr. . . . 73, 76, 77, 209 Darden, Anne - Fr. . . . 70, 128, 133 Dean, Billy - Soph. . . . 149 Dean, Jimmy - Sr. . . . 209, 223 DeGennaro, MaryAnn . . . 89 ' DeGrazier, Deedie -Jr, . . . 89, 167 'V I 5 DeGrazier, Kathy - Sr. . . , 88, 109, 120,' 209 DeIaMa.za, Adeline - Dena, Richard . . . 85 Sr,. . .153 Denke, Danny - Sr. . . . 54, 209 Denton, David -Jr. . . . 107, 167 ' Denton, James - Fr. . . . 133 Denton, Lynne -Jr. . . . 102, 167 ' DeWolfe, Elizabeth - dePouilly, Jean-Francois DesCamps, Vicki - Soph. . . . 80, 149 ' , soph. . . . 149, 155 -Sr.. . .209."', Dibrell, Jay -Jr. . . . 164 ' " Dickens, David -Jr. . . . 168 Dickie, Margaret - Sr. . . . 74, 75, 76, Diffily, Jeff - Sr. . . . 190, 191, 209 Q Dingman, Tommy - Soph. . . . 92 Dixson, Dottie -Jr. . . . 168, 182 ' Dodds, Sherry -Jr. . . , 168 Domingue, Cindy - Fr. . . . 133 Dow, Blair -Jr. . . . 168 Downing, Wayde - Fr. . . . 133 Doyle, Ginger - Soph. . , . 149 Dreyspring, Larry -Jr. . . . 168 Driskell, Glenn - Soph. . . . 90, 91, 92, 149 Driskell, Gloria - Sr. . 209 . . 79, 190, 191, Duban, John - Sr. , . . 209 Duble, Kenneth -Jr. . . . 168 Dubuis, Elizabeth - Soph. . . . 97, 149, 160 Duff, Jim -Jr. . . . 5 5, 168 Dugan, Betsy - Soph, . . . 149 Dunavent, Perry - Fr. . . . 133 Duncan, Bill - Fr. . . . 81, 133, 143 Duncan, Debbie -Jr. . . . 69, 163, 168 Dunham, Carol -Jr, . . . 80, 168 Dunham, George - Fr. . . . 52, 130, 133 Dunn, Kathy - Sr. . . . 107, 210 Dupree, Kathy - Jr. . . , 79, 168 Durkee, Diana - Fr. . . . 133 Dushman, Laurie -Jr. . . . 168 Dushman, Susie - Fr. . . . 133 DYER, CATHERINE . . . 29, 115 E Eads, Deborah - Fr: . . 133, 143 ALLIED YOUTH . . BOOK JACKETS .....,........ DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION .... FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA . JACKET JOURNAL ........ ,... NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ..... Senior Activities Abbreviations .,AY ...BJ MDE .....JJ NHS NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP ...,. RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. . . . . SPIRIT OF THE HILL ..... STUDENT COUNCIL . . . YELLOW JACKET .,., YOUNG LIFE .... .,...NMS ,HROTC ...,.SOH ...sc ..,.YJ .....YL 231 Eakin, David - Sr. . . . 54, 210 Eakin,jeff - Soph. . . . 54, 149 Earl, Billy - Fr. . . . 41 EARL, BILLY . . . 51, 52, 122 Earp, Bums - Fr. . . . 54, 133 Easter, Bobby - Fr. . . . 41, 133 Ecltroth, Michele - Sr. . . . 210, 218 Eddy, Marc - Sr. . . . 107, 210 Edmonds, Charma - Sr. . . . 107, 210 Edwards, David - Sr. . . . 210 EDWARDS, GLENNA . . . 114 Edwards, Staq' - Soph. . . . 149 Ehrle, Robin - Fr. . . . 133 Ehrle, Russell - Fr. . . . 133 Elkins, Karen - Soph. . . . 149 Elledge,jerry -'Sr. . . . 85, 88, 210 Elledge, Richard - Sr. . 54, 210 Elledge, Rosa - Fr. . . . 133 Elliott, Vicki - Fr. . . . 133 Ellis, David - Soph. . . . 50, 68, 149 Ellis, Derek +jr. . . . 50, 51,.69, 168, 182 Ellis, Sally -jr. . . . 107, 168 E1liston,jill -jr. . . . 87, 168 Emrich, Karen - Fr. . . . 43, 133 English, Richard - Sr. . . . 210 Ennis, Sonny - Soph. . . . 149 Erath, Glenn -Jr. . . . 28, 57, 58, 163, 168 Espinoza, Rosey - Soph. . . . 149 Etheredge,john - Soph. . . . 149 ETHERIDGE, COACH BOB . . . 33, 39, 59, 120 Eyans, Kathy - Soph. . . . 80, 82, 84, 85, i 1149 Evans, Pamela - Fr. . . . 133 Everett, Cary - Sr. . . . 210 Everett, Kathy - Fr. . . . 133 Ewing, Mary -jr. . . . 104, 180, 210 F Fain, Doug - Soph.? . . 149 Fallon, Leslie - Fr. . . . 133 Farmer, Tracy - Fr. . . . 133 FARR, HAZEL. . .115 Farriss,janice - Sr. . . . 210 Farris, Sherry -Jr, . . . 104, iss Faulk, Brack - Soph. . . . 149 Erik, Blake - Jr. . . . 57, 168 rrilr, Britt - Soph. . . . 149 Felfe, Eileen -jr. . . . 107, 168 Fell, Perry - Soph. . . . 149 Fergon, Mark Steven - Sr. . . . 210 282 Ferguson, Becky - Sr. . . . 88, 168, 210 Frances, Jorctta - Fr. . . . 134 Ferguson, Deatra - Soph. . . . 79, 92, 149 Frances, Kenneth - Soph. . . . 150 Ferguson, Gary - Fr. . . . 41 Francis, Robert - Sr. . . . 211 Ferraud,jean-Marc - Sr. . . . 45, 79, 210, Franklin, Steve - Fr. . . . 41, 42, 134 215 Franklin, Tony - Soph. . . . 32, 36, 38, Ficken, Mike -jr. . . . 168 39, 59, 63, 150 Fikar, Dean - Sr. . . . 54, 211 Franks, Donna - Soph. . . . 150 Fikar, Steve -jr. . . . 57, 168, 176, 177 FRAZIER, ,IACQUELINE . . . 106, 107, Fillingim, Morgan - Sr. . . . 211 126 Fillmore, Kirk - Soph, . . . 149 Frederickson,j1.1dy - Soph. . . . 150 Finch, Beth - Soph. . . . 87, 149 Frederickson, Pat -jr. . . . 46, 47, 96, 169 Finch, Kerry - Fr. . . . 134 Freeman, Gail- Sr. . . . 211 . Fincher, Dale - Sr. . . .211 Freeman, Peggy - Sr. . . . 90, 92, 211 Fisler, Cheryl- Fr. . . . 134 Freeny, Chuck- Soph. . . . 150 FITZGERALD, CHRIS . . . 82, 127 Freiheit, james - Soph. . . . 90, 92 Flemming, Leonard - Soph. . . . 149 ' French, Sheila - Fr. . . . 134 Fletcher, Susan - Sr. . . . 211 Frick, jerry - Fr. . . . 134 Flores, Phillip - Sr. . ., . 211 Fricker, Dale - Sr. . . . 211 Flores, Tommy - Soph. . . . 63, 150, 154 Friedman, Nita - jr. . . . 69, 77, 103, 169 Flowers, jim - Sr. . . . 29, 69, 93, 102, Fnige, Brian -jr. . . . 169 211 Fruge,John . . .60 Flowers, Mary Ann -jr. . . . 65, 103, 168 Fryhover, Robin -Jr. . . . 169 Foley, Willie - Sr. . . . 216 Fuller, Mary - Sr. . . . 211 Ford, Michael- Sr. . . . 211 Furey, Patty - Sr. . . . 20, 53, 108, 109, Ford, Steve -jr. . . . 57, 77, 169 124, 211 Ford, Susan - Soph. . . . 108, 109, 150 Furch, Desiree - Soph. . . , 150 Forester, Donna - Sr. . . . 20, 28, 68, 69, Q 77, 96, 100, 198, 211 Gaedc, Sharon - Soph. . . . 150 Forester, Greg - Soph. . . . 150 GALIGA, COACH JOE . . . 33, 56, 57, Forrest, Christy - Fr. . . . 134 119 Foster, Camille - Sr. . . . 211 Gant, Eddie - Sr. . . . 19, 24, 25, 69, 93, Foster, David - Fr. . . . 134 99, 108, 124, 211 Foster, Elizabeth - Fr. . . . 134 Gappa, Tim - Fr. . . . 134 Foster, jo - Fr. . . . 134 Garcia, Amulfo - Fr. . . . 59, 81, 134, Foster, Karla - Fr. . . . 143 Foster, Lawrence -F Soph. . . . 150 Garcia, Carmen - Soph. . . . 150 Fournier, Denise -jr. . . . 169 Garcia, Janice - Sr. . . . 211 Foust, April - Sr. . . . 29, 208, 211, 221 Garcia, Leonard - Soph. . . . 93, 150 Fousr, THERESA. . . 108, 124 Gardclirrr, Frankie - soph. . . . 150 Fowler, Bruce -fjr. . . . 169 Gardeline, Sandra - Fr. . . . 132, 134 Fowler, Curt - Sr. . . . 56, 211 Garland, John - Sr. . . . 33, 206, 211 Fowler, Daryl - Soph. . . . 150 Garmany, Mark - Sr. . . . 211 Fowler, ,Tames - Fr. . . . 51, 52, 134 Gamett, Alvin - Sr. . . . 211 Fowler, Mike - Soph. . . . 150 Garnett, Donald -jr. . , . 50 Fowler, Perry - Fr. . . .41, 42, 52 Garrett, Neal - Sr. . . . 211 Fowler, Ricky - Soph. . . . 39 Garrett, Sallie -jr. . . . 169 Fowler, Steven - Fr. . . . 134 Garrison, Debbie - Soph. . . . 150 Fowlkes, Mark - Sr. . . . 68, 69, 211 Gartner, Bill - Sr. . . . 211 Frahan, Melanie . . . 78 Gartner, Carol -jr. . . . 53, 162, 169 Fralia, jeff - Sr. . . . 22, 196, 211 GARWOOD, EVELYN . . . 108, 124 Fralry, Cole - Fr. . . .41, 59, es, 134 Gase, Martha - Fr. . . . 134 i-v rear 1 -5 Mrs. Sylvia Tave is oblivious to the evils that lurk around her. Gasparini, Mike- Sr.. . .17 ' Gatterdarn, Phyllis - Soph. . . . 144, 150 Gauna,janie - Fr. . . . 134 Gavrel, Carl -jr. . . . 169 Gayle, Byron -jr. . . . 169 Gayle, Mike - Sr. . . . 211 Geren, Chandra -jr. . . . 55, 70, 108, 109, 169 Geren, Eva - Sr. . . . 55, 69, 74, 75, 87, 211 184, Ghena, Pat - Sr. . . , 75, 211 Ghena, Paula - Soph. . . . 81, 150 Gibson, Carolyn - Soph. . . . 150 Gibson, Cleve -jr. . . . 169 Gibson, Gary - Fr. . . . 134 Gibson, Gary - Sr. . . . 60, 62, 63, 211 Gibson, Louann - Fr. , . . 134 Giles, Anthony - Fr. . . . 134 Gilfillan, Leslie - Soph. . . . 150 Gil1en,Johnny -jr. . . . 164 Gilligan, Erin - Jr.. . .169 Gillis, Ellen - Fr. . . . 128, 134 Giordano, john . . . 112 Gire, Roger - Sr. . . . 77, 212 Glaze, Bruce - Fr. . . . 134 Glazier, Dianna - Fr. . . . 134, 143 Glio,john - Sr. . . . 212 Gohrke, Tim -jr. . . . 169 Goins, Charles - Fr. . . . 134 Goldsmith, Cindy - Soph. . . . 150 Gomez, Diane - Fr. . . . 134 Gooch, Bill- Fr. . . . 134 Goodman, Terri- Fr. . . . 134 Goodrow, Katrina . . . 104 Goodspeed, Daniel - Sr. . . . 212 Gordon, Mozelle - Sr. . . . 88, 109 Gothum, Kathy - Fr. . . . 134 Gorrell, Bill- Fr. . . . 134 Gorrell, Carolyn - Sr. . . . 77, 212 Govednik, Carol - Soph. . . . 150 Graham, Kathy - Sr. . . . 74, 75, 212 Grant, Mary -jr. . . . 109, 170 Grant, Molly - Soph. . . . 150 X Grappler, Peter - Fr. . . . 59 Graves, Jack - Sr. . . . 212 Graves, Tommy - Soph. . . . 65, 87, 150 Gravitt,Jodi -jr. . . . 170 Gray, Charlene - Soph. . . . 150 Gray, Charles - Fr. . . . 134 Gray, john - Fr. . . . 81, 134 Gray, Keith - Fr. . . . 134 , , X lie-vk25i1Y", -' I 5. Ei 1 "No, jerry Bread, photographers do not get all three lunchesli' threatens Debbie Sarsgard to jerry Baird. Gray, Ralph -jr. . . . 170 Gray, Sarah -,I . Green, David - Sr. . . 212 r...170 r...134 Green, Jan - F . Green, Jeannie -Jr. . . . 90, 92, 170 Green, Oessa - Fr. . . . 134 Q Green, Rita - Sr. . . . 108, 172, 212 Gregory, Bonnie - Fr. , . . 134 Gregory, Margaret - Sr. . . . 70, 75, 79, 95, 212 Griffey, Dan -jr. . . . 33, 162, 170 Griffin, Carrie - Soph. . . . 150 Griffin, Robyn - Fr. . . . 55, 134 Blane - Sr. . . . 120, 212 Cheryl- Soph. . . , 150 Griffith, Griffith, Griffith, Griffith, Grigsby Edith Larry Susan . 104 Soph. . . . 150 jr. . . . 170 Grimes, David Grimes, john - Soph. . . . 150 Griner, Cynthia - F . . Guidry, Kathy - Fr. . . . 100, 134 Guly, Laurie -jr. . . . 170 Gunter, Elaine - jr. . 170 Gumey, Rose 7 Soph. . . . 150 Soph.. . .150 - r ..134 H HAILEY, BARBARK. Haines, Bill- Fr. . . . 52 Hainey, Bryant - Sr. . . . 212 Hainey, Vanessa -jr. . . . 170 Halbrook, Wmdell -jr. . . . 170 HALE, HELEN . . . 64, 80, 113, 118 Hale, ,Ioddie -jr. . . . 104, 170 Hale, Lori -jr. . . . 170 Hale, Steve - Soph. . . . Hale, Theron - Sr. . . . 88, 89, 212 Hall, Barbara - 1 Hall, Daniel . . . 83, 185 Hall, David - Soph. . . . 150 Hall, Dennis - F Hall, Herman - Soph. . . . 41, 57 Hall, janice - Sr. 212 Hall, julie - Pr. . Hall, Mary - Soph. . . Halpenny, Vfalter - Soph. . . . 45, 150 Halsey, Karen -jr. . . . 170 Halsey, Susan - Fr. . . . 87, 134 Halsey, Vickie - Sr. . . . 212 Hamcs, Eddie - Fr. . . . 134 Hamilton, Sandra - Sr. . . . 28, 212 r....17O r....134 Hamilton, Vickie -jr. . . . 170 Hamm, Lisa -Jr, . . . 69, 170 Hamm, Tommy - Fr. . . . 134, 147 Hammer, Butch . . . 39 Hammond, Larry - Sr. . . . 212 Hammond, Michael - Soph. . . . 39, 150 Hampton, Doug - Sr. . . . 72, 192, 212 Hancock, Ben - Fr. , . . 81, 134, 143 Hanley, Susan - Sr. . . . 90, 92, 212 Hanna, Janet - Sr. . . . 98, 212 Hansen, Terri -- Sr. . . . 107, 213 Hanson, Susan - Sr. . . . 89, 213 Hafben, Mack - Sf. . . . 35, 213 Harden, Richard - Sr. . . . 84, 213 Hardwick, Sandra - Soph. . . . 80, 151 Hare, Robert -jr. . . . 33, 35, 162, 170 Hargrove, Mike - Fr. . . . 134 Harland, Kathy - Fr. . . . 134 Harp, Curt - Fr. . . . 59, 134 Harper, Denise -jr. . . . 87, 171 Harper, Robert - Soph. . . . 39, 151 Harris, Ann , . . 102 Harris, Debra -jr. . . . 171 Harris, Dennis - Fr. . . . 134 Harris, Tim - Fr. . . . 83 HARRISON, DORRIS . . . 127 Harrison, Hamer -jr. . . . 171 Harrison, jimmy - Soph. . . . 151 Hart, David -Jr. . . . 171 Hartman, Andy - Sr. . . . 213 Hartzo, Linda - Fr. . . , 134 Harvey, Henry - Soph. , . . 33, 36, 68, 145, 151 HARVEY, LAWRENCE . . . 119 Harvey, Mike - Sr. . . . 213 Hatfield, Don - Soph. . . . 39, 151 Hatfield, Gail- Fr. . . . 134 Hausenfluke, Glenn - Sr. . . . 213 Hausenflukehloanna - Soph. . , . 151 Hauss, Cindy - Soph. . . . 151 Hauss, Earl - Sr. , . . 213 Hawk, john -jr. . . . 83, 171 Hawk, Mark - Fr. . . . 59, 78, 134 HAWKINS, ED . . . 26, 88, 124 Haworth, julie -- Soph. . . . 151 Haworth, Sheila - Fr. . . . 134 Hawthomehlerry - Fr. . . . 134 Hayes, Paula -jr. . . . 82, 84 Haynes, Audrey - Fr. . . . 89 HAYS, CHARLENE. . . 76 Hays, Mike -jr. . . . 78, 171 Heald, Chip - Sr. . , . 19, 57, 58, 69, 72, 101, 213 Heath, Curt - Sr. . . . 213 Hebron, Minda - jr. . . . 104 Hebron, Ted - Sr. . . . 213 Heckard, David 4 Sr. . , . 213 Heckard,james - Fr. . . . 134 Heckard, Mark - Fr. Hedge, Sharon - Soph. . . . 151 Heerwagon, Alan -jr. . . . 85, 171 Heerwagen, Michael - Sr. . . . 213 Hefley, Susan -jr. . . . 171 Heil, Kathy - Fr. . . . 135 Heinecke, Mary - Sr. . . . 213 Heinrich, Megan -Jr. . . . 89, 90, 92, 171 Heinrich, Tamsin - Fr. . . . 135 Heit, jerry - Sr. . . . 70, 213 Henderson, Kim - Fr. . . . 135 Henderson, Robert - Fr. . . . 135 Hendricks, Mary - Fr. . . . 135 Henning, Charles - Soph. . . . 79, 95, 151 Henry, Ray - Sr. . . . 90, 91, 92, 213 Henshaw, Robert -jr. . , . 171 Heptig, Stephen - Sr. . . . 45, 72, 213 Heptig, Vince - Soph. . . . 45, 151 Hemandez, Bertha - Soph. . . . 151 Herring, Matt -jr. . . . 33, 35, 57, 97, 171 . Herring, Melissa - Fr. , . . 24, 68, 129, 135, 143 Hertel, Kyle - Fr. . . . 57, 135 Hertel, Mark -- Sr. . . . 56, 57, 213 Hertel, Sheri - Sr. . . . 27, 53, 213 Hickman, Brad - Soph. . . . 50, 151 Hickman, Gary -jr. . . . 171 Hickman, Leslie - jr. . . . 84, 171 Hicks, Cassie - Fr. . . . 55, 135 Hicks, Roland - Soph. . . . 90, 151 - Hicks, Ronald - Soph. . . . 90, 92, 151 Hiett, Lisa - Sr. . . . 213 11u1,J0hn -Jr .. .47,48,69,171 I-1111, Kimberly - soph. . . . 151 Hill, Lawrence - Sr. . . . 33, 213 1-1111, Leigh - sf. . . . 213 Hill, Nancy -- Soph. . . . 151 Hm,Rwhn-Smh...1M Hill, Sylvester - Soph. . . . 151 Hillaker, Harry -jr. . . . 171 Hilliard, Diana -- Sr. . . . 213 Hillin, Rebel - Fr. . . . 43, 81, 134 Hinds, David - Soph. . . . 151 Hines, Bill - Sr. , . . 22, 68, 69, 197, 214 Hinton, john - Fr. . . . 41, 135 Hobbs, Ann -Jr. . . . 69, 171 Hobbs, Louann - jr. . . . 90, 92 Hodges, Artie - Soph. . . . 151 Hoffman, jim - Soph. . . . 151 Hoffman, Kim - Sr. . . . 104, 214 Fr. . . . 135 Hogness,jo Rene -jr. , . . 171 Holland, Craig - jr. Hollatz, Gary . . . 83, 85 Hollatz, Scott . . . 83, 85 Holley, Charles -jr, . . . 69, 171 Holmes, Tracey - Soph. . . . 151 Honts, john . . . 55, 78 Hooper, Beth - Soph. . Hooper, Glenn - Sr. . . . 214 Hoppin, Heidi - Soph. . . . 151 Hom, Ruthanne - Soph. . . . 151 Home, Phil --jr. . . . 171 Horton, Kelly - Sr. . . . 214 Horton, Natalie - Fr. . . . 135, 142 - Soph. . . . 151 Hoffman, Kristi Horton, Stephen Houk, David - Fr. . . . House, Terri - S Houston, Malcolm Houts, John - F Howard, Cindy - Howard, Elizabeth Howard, Mike - Howard, Ricky - jr Howard, Susan - Howard, Tony - Howard, Vicki - Howell, David - Howell, Mark - Hubbard, Wayne Hublard, Dan - Soph. . . 151 41, 135 r,. . .214 - Fr.-. . . 41, 135 r....135 Soph. . . . 151 -Fr.. . .79,135 . 214 Howard, Kellie - Sr. . . Howard Margaret -Jr. . , . 171 Fr. . . . 84, 135 ....171 Sr... .214 jr... . 171 Sr. . . . 214 Fr. . . . 135 Soph. . . . 151, 153 Hubbard, Dianna -jr. . Hubbard, Sylvia - Fr. . -Sr.. Hudgins, Deana - Sr. . Hudman, Mark . Hudman, Ronnie Hudson, Margaret - Sr ..75 . .90, 112, 171 . .90, 135 . .214 .,.39 ..214 -Sr.. . .75, 214 ....s9,214 Hughes, .Janice - Sr. . . Hughes, Jeannie - Fr. . . . . 106, 107, 214 135 233 Hughes, Margaret -Jr. , . . 53, 164, 172 Hughes, Mike - Soph. . . . 39, 40, 151 Hughes, Sharon - Sr. . . . 214 Hughes, Toie - Soph. , . . 152 Humber, Monica - Fr. . . . 135 Jummel, Kathi . . . 214 Humphries, Bob - Soph. . . . 152 Humphries, Judy - Fr. . . . 88, 135 Humphries, Pat - Sr. . . . 214 Hunter, Bennett -- Soph. 1 . . 152 HURLEY, LENORE . . . 120 Huston, Holly.--Jr. . . . 53, 172 Huston, Tracey - Fr. . . . 135 Hutcheson, Dan - Fr. . . . 135 Hutchinson, Claudia . . . 53, 69, 77, 102, 214 Hutchinson, Don - Soph. . . . 45, 152 Hutchinson, Marietta . . . 99, 149, 152 I I Imme1l,Michael-Sr.. . .s9,94 Immell, Trena - Sophf. . . 88,152 Ingram, James . . . 115 Ingram, Ronnie - Soph. . . . 39 Irvi11e, Emily -Jr. . . . 172 Irvine, Kenneth - Fr. . . . 135 ISABEL, COACH DILLARD . . . 123 Jackson, Charles - Fi. . . . 85 Jackson, Hector - Jr. . . . 90, 92, 172 Jackson, Joyce -- Fr. . . . 135 Jackson, Patricia - Sr. . . . 214 Jackson, Reuben - Sr. . . . 214 Jacobs, Billy - Sr. . . . 214 Jacobs, Hazel f Fr. . . . 108, 135 Jacobs, Randy - Soph. . . . 54, 152 Jacobs, Rusty . . . 60 Jacot, Henry - Fr. . . . 52, 135 Jacot, Lydia -- Soph. . . . 152 Jalick, James - Fr. . . . 41 Jarrell, William -Jr. . . . 172 Jarvis, Clifford . . . sz, 215 Jary, Suzie - Sr. . . . 200, 207, 215 Jasko, Keith - Fr. . . . 135, 141 Jean, John -Jr. . . . 54, 172 Jean, Mark - Fr. . . . 78, 155 Jeffrey, Camille - Sr. . . . 215 Jenerettc, Bill -4 Fr. . . . 135 Jenkins, Henry - Fr. . . .85 Jett, Theresa - Fr. . . . 135 . 59, 135 Jilek, James - Fr. . . Jinkins, Tim - Fr. . . . 45, 135 Johanson, Kenneth - Soph. . . . 152 Johnson, Anthony . . . 84 Johnson, Brian - Fr. . . . 135 Johnson, Bruce - Soph. . . . 152 Johnson, Carl -Jr. . . . 172 Johnson, Darnell - Sr. . . . 19, 46, 48, 49, 215 Jolmson, Dawn - Sr. . . . 74, 75, 76, 77, 215 Johnson, Dianna -Jr. . . . 82 Johnson, Doretha - Fr. . . . 135 Johnson, Gary -Jr. . . . 172 Johnson, Joanna - Soph. . , . 82 Johnson, Marshall - Sr. . . . 215 Johnson, Matt - Fr. . . . 135 Johnson, Nancy - Sr. . . . 89, 215 Johnson, Pat - Sr. . . . 76, 77, 215 Jolmson, Ruth - Soph. . . . 88 Johnson, Sarah - Soph. . . . 152 Johnson, Steve -Jr. . . . 172 Johnson, Trey - Fr. . . . 135 Johnson, William - Sr. . . . 82, 84, 215 Jones, "DJ" - Ex. . . . 241 ,rf Koger, Susan -Jr. . . . 172 Kollmeier, Janet -Jr. . . . 73, 79, 172, 179 Q, Kollmeier, Jeff - Fr, . . . 135 ' Konkle, Beatrice - Sr. . . . 104, 216 7 Koppa, Jeff -Jr. . . . 33, 63, 172 if , Korenek, Diane -Jr. . . . 172 V Kowalski, Jodi -Jr. . . . 104, 172 . Kramer, Louis - Fr. . . . 135 1 Krause, Mary - Fr. . . . 90, 92, 135 " KRAUSS, H. 11. Kreutter, Linda - Sr. Kropka, Bruce -Jr. . . . 172 ,T Kropka, Mary - Soph. . . . 152 Kuchar, Amy - Soph. . . . 152 Q, Kudlaty, Frank --Jr. . . . 152 K1mi,Joel- Fr. . . . 92, 135 55 Kurk, Sharon . . . 16 if Kutchinski, Kerry - Soph. . . . 33, 152, 156 A L , " LaBoon, David - Srf. . . 33, 216 f 1 LaBoon, Deborah - Jr. . . . 125, 172 - Lahmer, Lynn - Sr. . . . 216 Lamb, Nancy - Soph. . . . 152 ' Iambert, Suzanne - Sr. . . . 205, 216 Lancarte, Zurella . . . 152 fi, ii: Z Lmciii, Leslie-Fr.. . .156 J' 5,55 , Landereaux, Don -Jr. . . . 85, 173 ', fall, 'Z 1 Lane, Ronald -Jr. . . . 85, 173 5' I, " ,H Q Lantz, Cherie -Jr. . . . 87, 109, 173 ga 1, LARGENT, JOHNNY. . .115 Q ,Zi ,, Larson, Alan -Jr. . . . 173 Lary, Monroe - Soph. . . . 152 1 LaSalle, B111-Jr.. . .95,173 Latham, Biii-Soph.. . .50,100,152 Law, Sue - Sr. . . . 216 ' if Lawless, Carol -Jr. . . . 173 Lawrence, Nancy - Soph. . . . 152 My , Lawrence, Ray - Sr. . . . 216 3, Lazo, Dale -Jr. . . . 83, 173 Z Ledbetter, Tena - Fr. . . , 135 ,Q Lee, Jimmy - Soph. . Ia-:e,Jeri - Fr.. . . 135 . . 152 Lee, Steve -Jr. . . . 173 Leggett, Vikki - Soph. . . . 86, 87, 152 Lehrman, Tom - Fr. . . . 85 6' ., El V 1 b Lehman, Lewis . . . 85 I ' , 4, 5 I Leigh, Latricia. . ,43 , ,' F I Lemaster, Robin - Soph. . . . 153 'ii ,3 Q 4 . Lemire,VVilliam-Soph.. . .153 f ' 1 Lenderman, Linda - Soph. . . . 89, 109, 1 f if Leon, Aleta - Sr. . . . 216 5 ' V ji Lerda, Fred - Soph. . . . 83, 153 -"' ' ' Lesikar, Gail- Sr. . . . 135 "You wouldn't believe what happened to me after Young Life!" cries Roger Gire to Lcshef KUSU --IL ' ' - 175 blushing Brenna Barber. Kammer, Linda - Soph. . 152 Kane, Grady - Sr. . . . 215 Kaplan, Cindy - Fr. . . . 89, 135 Katcher, Cindy - Fr. . . . 135, 141 Kauffman, Debbie - Soph. . . . 68, 152 Kauffman, Houston -- Sr. . . . 22, 28, 33, 37, 86, 96, 186, 187, 216 Kay, Barbara - Sr. . . . 75, 190, 191, 216 Keahey, Kim -Jr. . . . 172 Keen, Kevin - Fr. . . . 41, 135 Kceton, Angela - Soph. . . . 151, 152 Keffer, Nancy - Soph. . . . 71, 152 Keil, Karen - Sr. . Keith, Kathy - Fr. . . 26, 69, 71, 86, 216 . . . 135 Kite, Phil - Soph. . . Klin Cheryl - Soph g, . . . . 152 Kloberdanz, Jerome - Fr. . . . 135 KLUTHE, DIANE . . Knight, Elizabeth - Fr. . . . 135 Knight, Pat - Sr. . . . 90, 216 Knowles, Baxter - Sr. . . . 216 Knudsen, Bridget - Soph. . . . 90, 91, 92, 152 Leuty, Edward - Fr. . . . 85, 136 Leverett, Flint - Fr. . . . 78, 136 Lewis, James - Soph. . . . 153 Lewis, Mike - Fr. . . . 90, 92, 136 Ley, Cherly - Fr. . . . 135 Lidstone, Fred - Sr. . . . 216 Light, Stacy - Soph. Linan, Manuel -- Sr. Linden, Daniel - Sr. Lindsay, Ann - Sr. . ...153 ...216 . . 515,216 22, 77, 196, 217 Lindstrom, Eric - Fr. l. l. . 52 RN LIONBERGER, BE ARD...70,12 2 Jones, Denise - Soph. . . . 152 Jones, Dokagari - Jr, . . . 89, 172 Jones, Kenneth - Sr. . . . 215 Jones, Leland -Jr. . . . 172 Jones,Jynn - Fr. . . . 135 Jones, Mark - Ex. . . .60 Jones, Nancy - Soph. . . . 152 Jones, Sandra - Sr.. . .88 Keller, Chris - Fr. . . . 133, 135 Kelley, Patrick --Jr. . . . 47, 48, 49, 172 Kelley, Phil - Fr. . . . 138 Kelly, Charles - Sr. . . . 60, 63, 216 Kelley, Jeff - Fr. . . . 135 Kemp, James - Fr. . . . 41 Kemppainen, Jon - Soph. . . . 152 KENDRICK, KAY . . . 123, 134 Kent, Jones, Sheila -Jr. . . . 73, 77, 172 Jones, Tim - Fr. . . . 59, 87, 135 Jordan, Dub - Sr. . . . 87, 215 Jordan, Elizabeth - Sr. . . 100, 192, 215, 220 . 29, 72, 73, Kennedy, D.D. . . . 84 KENNEDY, MARY JANE . . . 78, 118 Kennon, Beth - Soph. . . Kent Kent ,David-Jr.. . .55 ,James. . .52 . 152 John -Jr. . . . 57, 1oo, 172 Joseph, Herbert -Jr. . . . 172 Josephs, Anne - Soph. . . . 152 Judson, Mark - Fr. . . . 55, 135 Julian, Mark - sf. . . .sz, ss, 55, se, 37, 38, 57, 195, 215 Julien, Joe - Fr. . . . 41, 135 Jung, Patty - Soph. . . , 87, 152 Jung, Susan - Fr. . . . 135 Juran, Mary-Fr.. . .135 'K KA!-IN, DAISY. .-T121 Kalka, Clark- Fr.. . .135 Kalka, Marian - Soph. . . . 82, 84, 152 KAMENITSA, BILL . . . 105, 127 234 Kerr, Allison - Sr. . . . 24, 25, 43, 55, 77, 92, 189, 194, 195, 216 r 135 Key,Joey-F.. .. Killian, Virginia - Fr. . . . 141 Kimbrough, Charles -Jr. . . . 172 King, Bob . . . 23, 216 King, Kathy - Soph. . . . 152 KINNEY, DON. . .127 Kinniard, David -Jr. . . . 47, 48, 172 Kirby, Carol- Fr. . . . 109, 135 Kirpatrick, John -Jr. . . . 45 Kirk, Nanci- Fr. . . . 55 KIRKS, CORNELIA . . . 119 65, "Friendship means never having to say good night," says Mark Davis to a sleepy Bill Clemons. Lipson, Becky - Sr. . . 217 Lipson, David - Fr. . . 136 Litsey, Julie - Sr. . . . 173 Lively, Jack - Fr. . . , 136 Lloyd, Baron -Jr. . , 90, 173 Lloyd, Igor - Soph. . . 90, 92, 153 Lloyd, Melissa -Jr. . . 109, 173 Mahaney, Mary - Soph, . . . 153 Maldanado, Billy - Fr. . . , 136 Malin, Ricky - Soph. . . . 153 Mallory, Pat - Fr. . . . 136 Malone, Susan - Soph. . . . 43, 44, 153 Manicom, Susan - Sr. . . . 80, 99, 217 McConkey, Vetina - Fr. . . . 136 McConkey, Vickie -- Sr. . . . 217 McCreary, Lynn -Jr. . . . 53, 79, 95, 172, 173, 174, 183 McCulley, Karin - McCully, Charles - Soph. . . .81, 153 Sr. . . .217 Lobrecht, John - Fr. . . . 136 Lock, David - Fr. . . . 136 Lock, Pauline -Jr. . . . 173 Lock, Sharon - Sr. . . . 217 Lockett, Jean - Sr. , . . 217 Lockhart, Douglas - Soph. . . . 85, 153 Lockhart, Maria - Fr. . . . 136 Lones, Jerry - Fr. . . . 136 long, Lindsey- Sr. . . . 69, 77, 172, 217 Long, Susan - Soph. . . . 153 Long, Vickie - Fr. . . . 136 Longcrier, Donald -Jr. . . . 173 Longcrier, Jo - Soph. . . . 149, 153 Lonsdale, Antony . . . 85 Look, David -Jr. . . . 33, 68, 173 Ibpez, June - Soph. . . . 153 Lopez, Margaret - Sr. . . . 89, 217 Mann, Charles - Sr. . . . 63, 217 Manning, Dan - Fr. . . . 52, 136 Maples, Bonnie - Soph. , . . 153 Maples, Tina - F r.,..136 Marchesseau, Trisha - Jr. . . . 77, 173 MARLER, KENNETH . . . 118 MARLOW, WILL . . . 85 MARSH, MARY . . . 16, 70, 121 Marshall, Cindy - Sr. . . . 125, 217 Marshall, John - Soph. . . . 153 Martin, Debbie -Jr. . . . 153, 173 Martin, Donald - Sr. . . , 217 Martin, Edward - Soph. . . . 90, 153 Martin, Joshua -- Soph. . . . 85, 153 Martin, Ken - Soph. . . . 136, 153 Martin, Martin, Martin, Laura -Jr. . . , 173 Lisa - Soph. . . . 90, 92, 153 Susan - Fr. . . , 136 McCulley, Martha - Soph. . . . 153 McCurdy, Blake - Soph. . . . 153 McDaniels, Alan -Jr. . . . 69, 174 McDaniel, Edward - Soph. . . . 85, 153 McDaniel, Guy - Sr. . . . 82, 85, 105, 217 McDermott, Mike - Fr. . . . 81, 136 McDonald, Guy - Soph. . . . 90, 92 McDougal, Pam - Fr. . . . 136 McFadden, Deborah - Sr. . . . 75, 217 McGarrah, Scott - Soph. . . . 90, 91, 153 McGill, Melody - Sr. . . . 217 McGinnis, Norman - Soph. . . . 39, 153 McIntosh, Lisa - Fr. . . . 78, 79, 136 McKee, John - Fr. . . . 136 McKee, Klarryse -Jr. . . . 174 McKee, Sheila - Fr. . . . 136 McLure, Chuck - Soph. . . . 153 McMahan, Mike - Soph. . . . 39, 154 Lord, Kathy - Soph. . . . 153 Lorenzo, Heather -Jr. . . . 173 Love, Dan - Fr. . . . 83, 127 Loveall, Mary Ann . . 153 Lowrance, Johnny - Sr. . . . 217 Lucas, David - Soph. . . . 39, 153 Luchett, James -Jr. . . . 77, 173 LUDIKER, HOMER. . .28,96,97,115 Lumpkins, William - Sr. . . , 217 Lundquist, Mark - Sr. . . . 17, 217 Lumkins, Kurt . , . 107 Lunsdale, Tony - Fr. . . . 136 Lusk, Ronald - Sr. . . . 47, 49, 217 Luthi, Hans - Fr. . . 78, 136 Luttrell, Gary - Sr. . . . 217 Luttrell, Olan - Sr. . . . 217 Lyle, Ruth - Sr. . . . 108, 217 M Mabery, Randy - Fr. . . . 136 Mack, Beverly - Sr. . . . 88, 217 Mack,Eric-F., . r . 143 Madewell, Rodney -Jr. . . . 173 Madison, Robby . . .59 Madldns, Keith - Fr. . . . 136 Madkins, Lawrence -Jr. . . . 39, 173 Martindale, Ken -Jr. . . . 174 Martinez, Manuel - Soph. . . . 39, 59, 153 Mason, Tom --Jr. . . . 33, 57, 174 Massingill, Bema - Sr. . . , 72, 120, 190, 191, 210, 217 Masters, Todd - Soph. . . . 83, 85, 153 Mastin, Bill- Soph. . . . 153 Mathisen, Mike - Fr. . . . 87, 136 Matteson, Robert - Fr. . . . 136 Matthews, Ginger - Fr. . . . 136 Maughan, Brenda -Jr. . . . 89, 174 Maulsby, Angela - Fr. . . . 136 Maxwell, Doug - Fr. , . . 136, 143 MAXEY, CHRISTINE . . . 115 Mayberry, Linda - Sr. . . . 217 Mayo, Paul -- Sr. . . . 217 Mayo, Yavonne - Soph. . . . 89, 153 McALISTER, LOYCE . . . 115 McAllister, Robert -- Soph. . . . 153 McCampbell, Kevin -Jr. . . . 45, 174 McCann, Carrie - Soph. . . . 79, 153 McCann, Russell -Jr, . . . 59, 174 McClain, Cindy --Jr. . . . 174 McMa.hon, Laura - Soph. . . . 100, 154 McMillin, Nelia - Sr. . . . 109, 217 McNabb, Joseph - Soph. . . . 89 Meacham, Renee - ..154 McNulty, Pat - Soph. . St. . . . 217 Meador, Sallie -- R. . . . 218 Means, Henry - Sr. . . , 82, 83, 84, 218 Means, Stephanie -Jr. . . . 88, 162, 174 Meeker, Charlie - Soph. . , . 147, 154 Meeks, April . . . 109, 218 Meeks, Regina - Soph. . . . 88, 154 MELTON, MARTHA . . . 75, 116 Mendez, Alfred - Sr. . . Mendez, Anne - Fr. . . Mendez, Lorenzo - . 218 . 136 . . 218 Mendoza, Anna Marie . . . 154, 161 Mendoza, Josie - Soph. . . . 161 Menikos, Mark -Jr. . . . 92, 174 Menikos, Tim - Fr. . . . 78, 92, 136 Menikos, Tom - Fr . 78 Meras, Rachel- Fr. , . . 136 Mercer, Charise. . . Mercer, Mack - Sr. . . . 33, 34, 35, 36, 102, 198, 218 Mergner, Fred - Fr. . . . 136 MCCLENDON, ADELLE . . . 68, 69, 116 McCloud, Melissa . , . 43, 153 McCloud, Rusty - Sr. . . . 47, 48, 69, 217 MCCLUNEY, EVELYN . . . 116 McClu.ng, Diane - Sr. . . . 216, 217 MAGGARD, DAVID . . . 45, 127 Magness, Cynthia -Jr. . . . 21, 173 MAGNON, VANITA . . . 122 Maham, Milo . . . 18 ,give "Mother had a feeling I might be too appealing . . . " chuckles Chris Stewart on Valentine's Day. Merkel, Randy . ..218 Merkel, Ricky - Sr. . . . 218 Merrill, Katy - Metcalf, Gary - 196 Sr.. , .218 Soph. . . . 19, 39, 40, 57, Metfalf, Mark -Jr. . . . 22, 88, 89, 174 Metzger, Mary Kay - Sr. . . . 107, 218 Michalski Mark , - Fr, . . . 136 MIDDLETON, JEAN . . . 117 Miller, Becky - Soph. . . . 154 MILLER, CORA . . . 121 Miller, David - Miller, James - Sr. . . . 218 Sr. . . .90, 92, 218 Miller, John -Jr. . . . 90, 92, 17 M.iller Keith - Jr. . . . 32, 33, 34, 5 Miller, Lindy -Jr. . . . 54, 174 Miller, Steve -Jr. . . . 174 Mills, Danny -Jr. , . . 63, 174, 183 Mills, Kathy -Jr. . . . 81, 174 Minton, Martha -Jr. . . . 175 Misko, Bill - Fr. . . . 52, 136 Mitchell, Dennis -Jr....90,175 7, 174 Mitchell, Mark - Soph. . . . 54, 154 MITCHELL, JEAN . . . 16, 7o, 93, 120, 121, 219 Mitchell, Mary - Soph. . . . 53 Mitchell, Nancy --Jr. . . . 79, 175 Mitchell, Robert - Soph. . . . 65, 83, 85, 93, 154 Mitton, Russell - Fr. . . . 83, 136 Mitts, David - Fr. . . . 55, 117, 136 Mize, Mark -Jr. . . . 175 Mohler, Susan - Soph. . . . 154 Molphus, Jane - Soph. . . . 154 Monahan, Jim - Sr. . . . 29, 218 Moncrief, Tom - Fr. . . . 137 Montague, Smart - Soph. . . . 24, 25, 68, 100, 154 Montgomery, Linda - Fr. . , . 108, 137 Montgomery, Virginia , . . 108, 218 Monzingo, Marc Monzingo, Scott -Sr.. . .218 -Soph.. . .154 Moody, David -Jr. . . . 63, 175 Mooney, Michael - J 1. . . . 55, 65, 175 Mooney, Shawn - Fr. . . . 41, 51, 52, 59, 137 Moore, David - Sr. . . . 56, 57, 219 Moore, Douglas - Sr. . . . 219 Moore, Elizabeth - Fr, . . . 137 Moorua, JANET. . ,122 Moore, Melanie -Jr. . . . 53, 87, 175 Moore, Ronald -Jr. . . . 57, 175 Moore, Rusty - Soph. . . . 54, 154 Moore, Steve . . , 52 Moore, Sudeline - Soph. . . . 154 Morgan, Deborah -Jr. . . . 87, 154 MORGAN, HORACE . . . 54, 123 Morgan, Karen - Sr. . . . 219 Morgan, Rinita . . . 87 Morris, Jennie - Soph. . . . 154 Morris, Kenneth -Jr. . . . 175 Morris, Michael - Jr. . . . 175 Morris, Rebecca -Jr. . . . 175 MORRIS, REGINA . . . 126 Morris, Rodell . .' . 89 Morris, Sherry - Sr. . . . 23, 26, 64, 77, 103, 188, 189, 201, 202, 208, 219 Morris, Toni -Jr. . . . 26, 100, 175 Morris, Vickie - Fr. . . . 137 Morris, Willis - Fr. . . . 41, 52 Morrison, Elizabeth . . . 81, 125, 154 MORRISON, EVELYN . . . 121 Morrison, John -Jr, . . . 81, 175 Morrow, Christie - Fr, . . . 137 Morton, Craig - Fr. . . . 137 Morton, Kevin - Sr, . . . 219 Morton, Russ - Soph. . . . 39, 144, 154 Moser, Janice - Soph. . . . 154 Mote, Marie - Sr. . . . 219 Mukkala, Lori - Fr. . . . 108, 137 Mullens, Robert -Jr. . . . 175 Mullins, Cindy - Soph. . . . 137, 154 Mummert, Michele - Sr. . . .- 219 MURPHEY, VIVIAN . . . 16, 70, 71, 121 Murphy, Nancy - Fr. . . . 43, 137 Murray, Kim - Sr. . . . 98, 219 Musek, Bill -- Fr. . . . 51 Myers, Greg -Jr. . . . 54 Myers, Marla - Fr. , . . 137 Myers, Melinda - Fr, . . . 137 Myers, Steve - Sr. . . . 219 Myers, Tim - Fr. . . . 83 N Nadin, Marsha - Frf . . 137 Nalley, David - Sr. , . , 219 Nation, Charles - Sr. . . . 219 Naumer, Karina - Soph. . . . 79, 154 Neal, Sherman - Fr. , . . 41, 137 Neathery, Judy -Jr. . . . 175 Neaves, Ana - Fr. . . . 137 Nelms, Cheryl - Fr. . . . 41, 90, 137 Nelms, Walter - Fr. . . . 41, 141 Nelson, Cecil - Sr. . . . 219 Nelson, Jeannette - Soph. . . . 79, 154 Neuse, Wincie - Sr. . . . 219 Neville, Merriann -- Sr. . , . 175 New, Kevin - Fr. . . . 137 Newman, Greg -Jr. . . . 5, 17, 27, 33, 35, 38, 53, 57 Newsome, Michael - Fr. . . . 137 Nichols, Dena - Soph. . . . 154 Nichols, Paul - Sr. . . . 76, 90, 92, 219 Nichols, Tracey - Sr. . . . 219 Nordeck, Tom - Sr. , . . 219 Norman, Beth - Sr. . . . 109, 219 Norris, Rodennia -Jr. . . . 89, 219 Norris, Susan -Jr. . . . 175 Norwood, David - Fr. , . . 137 Nowlin, Martha - 16 . ., . 73, 79, 97, 179 Oelsch1ager,Lori - E. . . .90, 109, 137 Oelschlager, Ramona -Jr. . . . 12, 90, 175 Oglesby, Alona - Soph. , . . 88 Oglesby, Robert - Soph. . . . 32, 33, 154 O'Grady, Kim - Sr. . . . 106, 219 Oliva, Irma - Fr. . . . 137 OLIVER, BARBARA . . . 53, 123 Oliver, Joseph - Fr. . . . 59, 68, 96, 102, 129, 131, 137 Olson, Diane - Sr. . . . 219 O'Mallcy, D'Ann -Jr. . . . 28, 73, 96, 175, 179 O'Neal, Bruce - Sr. . . . 219 O'Neal, Cheri -Jr. . . . 175 O'Neal, Lisa - Soph. , . . 154 O'Neall, Lillian - Fr. . . . 137 Oney, Allen - Sr. . . . 226 Oney, Jack -- Soph, . . . 154 4 Oney, Gayle -Jr. . . . 175 Oronos, Janette - Soph. . . . 81, 154 Orr, Andy - Soph . . . 39, 59, 154 Orr, Thomas -Jr. . . . 176 Osgood, Sandra - Soph. . . . 154 Oswalt, Barry - Sr. . . . 44, 45, 219 Otte, Susie - Sr. . . . 220 Otto, Beth - Soph. . . . 155 Otto, Jean - Fr. . . . 137, 143 Owen, Arthur - Soph. . . . 90, 92, 155 Ownby, Lee Andrea -Jr. . . . 176 P Pager, Joseph - Fr. T. . 41, 137 Palva, Dolores - Soph. . , . 155 235 Radar, Rennee - . . . 155, 151 Ramsey, Dede - Sr. . , . Paiva, Marco - Fr. . . . 137 Pankey, Pat -- Soph. . . . 54, 155 Pankey, Steve -jr. . . . 220 Pappas, Debbie - Soph. . . . 155 Pardue, Donna - Sr. . , . 220 PARHAM, MARY . . . 124 Parker, Alton -jr. . . . 176 Parker, jackie - Fr, . . . 137 Parker, Pat - Soph. . . . 155 Parkhurst, Nancy - Soph. . . . 155 Parkman, Deborah -jr. . . , 71, 79, 162 176 PARMETER, LUCILLE , . . 126 Parris, Evelyn -jr. . , . 176 Paschal, Deborah - Soph. . . . 155 Pate, Sharon --Ir. . . . 176 Patsel, Robert - Soph. . . . 155 Patterson, Mark - Fr. . . . 137 Patterson, Michelene - Fr. . , . 135 Patterson, Teresa - Fr. . . . 137 Patton, Gerald --Ir. . . . 90, 176 Patton, Mischa - Soph. . . . 155 Patton, Wayne -jr. . . . 176 Paxton, Bill - Sr. . . . 22, 86, 87, 220 Payne, Tommy - Fr. . . . 85, 90 Peacock, Nora - Sr. . , . 220 Pearson, Blanc - Fr. . . . 137 Pearson, Shari -jr, . . . 176, 183 Peavy, Willie - Fr. . . , 41, 57, 138 Peeler, Glen --Ir. . . . 54, 176 Pelton, Bart - Sr. . . . 220 Pendleton, Nancy -jr. . . . 176 Peninger, Ricky - Fr. . . . 138 Penn, Onah -jr. . . . 176 Penrod, Ricky - Fr. . . . 133 Perez, Rossana - Soph. . . . 155 Perez, Sylvia - Sr. . . , 104, 220 Perkins, Frank - . . . 83 Perkins, james - Sr. . . . 220 Perkins, Paula -jr. . .' . 176 Perkins, Phil - Sr. . . . 77 Perrone, Kim - Soph. . . . 68, 71, 103, ' 145, 155, 160 Perry, Kathy -jr. . . . 176 Perry, Mike - Soph. , . . 57, 155 Peters, Kevin -jr. . . . 176 Peterson, Cheryl - Fr. . , . 138 Peterson, Chris -jr. . . . 176 Peterson, Sandra -jr. . , . 17, 73, 176 Petty, Skylar - Sr. . , . 220 Pewitt, Susan -jr. . . . 104, 176 Pewitt, Valerie - Soph. . . . 155 Phillips, Barbara - Sr. . . . 104, 220 Phillips, janet - Fr. . . . 81, 138 Phillips, Jeannine - Sr. . . . 23, 220 Phillips, julie - Soph. . . . 43, 155 Phillips, Kathy -jr. . . . 176 Phillips, Terry - Fr. . . . 138 - Phillips, Tommy -jr. . . . 176 Phillips, Valerie -jr. . . . 77, 176 Phipps, Raynetta - Soph. . . . 155 Pickens, Lisa -- Fr. . , . 90, 138 Pickett, Melissa - Fr. . . . 81, 138 Pierce, James - Fr. . . . 138 Pierce, Peggy -jr. . . . 90, 176 Pierson, Mark -jr. . . . 77, 176 Pinner, Kenneth - Fr. . . . 41, 138 Pinson, Sandra -jr. . . . 176 Pipes, Kelli - Fr. . . . 138 Pirtle, Bill - Sr. . , . 220 Plowman, Lisa - Sr, . . . 104, 220 Pogue, Paula -jr. . . . 176 . Polansky, Brian - Sr. . . . 51, 52, 138 Polk, Emory - Sr. . . . 89, 220 Pollard, johnny . . . 85 Pollard, Pam - Fr. . . . 138 Popken,john - Fr, . . . 138 Porter, Candy - Fr. . . . 79, 138 PORTER, MAGGIE . . . 116 Porter, Seargent - Fr. . . . 134 Powell, Glenda - Soph. . . . 88, 155 Powolny, Gladys - Soph. . . . 155 Powolny, Nancy - Soph. . . . 155 Prachyl, Nicky - Soph. . . . 155 Prevost, Mark - Sr. . . . 46, 47, 48, 49, 220 Price, Dezi - Soph. . . . 155 Price, Erin - Soph. . . . 89, 153, 155 Pumphrey,-Jeff - Sr. . . . 33, 37, 53, 221 Pumphrey, Peggy -jr. I . . 69, 77, 177 Pumell,-Jim -jr. . , . 177 Pumell, Toni - Soph. . , . 87, 155 C2 QUIMBY, BETTY .7 . 16, 70, 121 Quinn, Kathy - Sr. . 221 Ralph, jackie - Fr, . . Rambo, Dana - Fr. . . . Rambo, Kimberly - . . Ramsey, Meme - Sr. . . .83,85,138 43,138 .108 117,221 .69,99,219,221 Rancher, Carla - Soph, . . . 155 Rankin, joe -jr. . . . 55, 221 Rankin, john - Soph. , . . 36, 96, 155 Rasmussen, jill - Fr. . , . 138 Ratcliff, Debbie -jr. . . . 177 Ratcliff, Teresa --Ir, . . . 177 Ratliff, Brent - Fr. . . . 41, 59, 138 Ratliff,-Iohn - Fr. . . .41, 138 Ratliff, Lisa -jr. . . . 27, 65, 103, 163, 171 Ratliff, Louise -jr. . . . 55, 177 Ratliff, Robin -jr. . . . 177 Raulston, Brenda - Fr. . . . 138 Ray, Becky -. . . 18 Ray, Chris - Soph. . . . 70, 155, 148 Ray, Harriet -jr. . . . 70, 86, 177 Reconnu,john - Sr. , . . 154, 221 Records, Shari - Sr. . . . 107, 221 Reyes, Mary - Fr. . . . 138 Reyes, Mary - Soph. . . 87, 155 Reyna, Cynthia - Soph. . . . 155 Reyna, Gloria - Sr. . . . 104, 221 Reynolds, Fred - Soph. . . . 54, 155 Reynolds, Mark - Fr. , , . 85, 138 Rhodes, Malcolm - Fr. . . . 138 Rice, jack - Soph. . . . 155 Rice, Sherry - Soph, . . 156 Richards, Debbie - . . . 82, 84 Richards, Emest - Fr. . . . 139 Richards, Karen - Sr. . . . 104, 221 RICHARDS, MARCY . . . 124 Richardson, Alan - Sr. . . . 219, 221 Richardson, Dave - Soph, . . . 39, 59, 156 Richardson, Rae ---Ir. . . , 177 Richardson, Sam - Soph, . . . 156 Richardson, West - Sr. . . . 221 Richmond, Neil . . . 127 Ricketts, Reed -jr. . . . 177 Riddell, Cindy - Soph. . . , 43, 44, 156, 195 Rieber, Tom - Sr. . . . 33, 62, 63, 221 Rieber, William - Fr.. . .139 Riley, Deborah - Sr. . . . 221 Ringtum, Reggie -jr. . . . 59 Rios, Lucia - Fr. , . . 139 Risley, David - Dan - Fr. . . . 41, 139 Rivers, Dan - Fr. ...41, 139 Roach, Vincent -jr. . . . 33 Roberts, Curtis . . . 107 Pat Humphries: 5'Curlers in your hair? Shame on you." Reed, cum - Fr. . , .41, iss Roberts, Greg . . . "Mama told me not to come!" pouts Bronson Stocker. Roe, Karen - Soph. . . 156 Roe, Mary - Soph. . . . 88, 156 Rogers, Charlotte --Ir. , . . 104, 178 Rogers, Karen - Soph. . . . 68, 156 Rogers, Mark - Fr. . . . 139 Rogers, Sally -jr. . . 178 Rogers, Susan - Soph. . . . 19, 28, 68, 156 Rogers, Weldon - Fr. . . . 139 Romer, Kris - Soph. . . . 156 Romero, Laura - Soph. . . . 156 Rosa, Angilique -jr. . . . 107, 178 Rosberg, Ramona - Soph. . . . 156 Rosberg, Robert --Ir. . . . 178 Rose, john - Soph. . . . 156 Rosenblum, Michelle - Fr. . . . 139 Ross, BEVERLY . . . 26, 68, 69, 116, 152 Ruiz, Dianee - Sr. , . Rundell, Sharon - Fr. . Runyon, Curt .- . . 60 Russell, jeane - -Ir. . . . .68,72,87,156 Ross, Chuck - Soph. . . .89,222 . . 119 156 - Russell, Lee Ann - Soph. . . . 69, 164, 178 Russell, Nancy -Jr. . . . 53, 178 Russell, Robert - Fr. . . . 59, 139 Russell, Willie - Fr. . . . 41 Rust, Bill - Fr. . . . 139 Rutledge, Pete -jr. . . . 55, 85, 178 Ryfle, Ellen - Fr. . . . 139 S Saalfrank, Susan - FE . . . 139 Saladino, Sheila - Soph. . . . 94, 156 Samet, Nancy - Sr. . . . 222 Sample, Buddy - Sr. . . . 62, 63, 69, 75, 222 Sanders, Robert - Fr. . Sanders, Virginia - Sr. . ..139 ..222 Sanford, Bob - Soph. . . . 33, 156 Sandford, Casey - Sr. . Sanford, Cheryl - -Ir. . . . .56,57,69,222 . 55, 77, 178 Sanford, David -jr. . . . 178 Sanford, john - Soph. . . . 39, 156, 160 Santana, Pete - Fr. . . . 139 Sapp, Duhon -jr. . . . 90 Sarsgard, Debbie - Sr. , .29,72,73,87 Reed Reed Reed ,Dan-Fr.. . .138 ,Robin-Sr.. . .221 ,Robert-. . .55 34, 105 Roberts, Greg . . . 84 Roberts, Guy - Sr. . . . 221 ,33,113,123 PRICE, COACH MIKE . . . 33, 41, 50, 123 Price, Peggy - Sr. . Priddy, David - Fr. 138 PRIDDY, MEKLIN . . 90,220 .. .41,59,68,13Q Reed, Stephen -jr. . . . 177 Reeves, Annette - Fr. . . . 138 Reichenbach, Emily - Sr. . . . 107, 221 Renfro, Mark - Soph. . . . 39, 155 Renfro, Michael -Jr. . . . 32, 35, 36, 33, Roberts, Ronnie - Soph. . . . 156 Roberts, Sara -jr. . . . 87, 100, 177 Roberts, Winfred --Ir. . ..105 Robertson, Kim - Fr, . . . 90, 139 Robertson, Tanya - Sr. . Robeson, Mike - jr. . . , .88,221 . 177 197, 222 Sarsgard, Roger - Fr. . . . 54, 139, 142 Savage, Tad - Soph. . . 72, 156 Schaeffer, Gigi - Sr. . . . 69, 76, 77, 202, 210,219,222 Schaeffer, Susan - Sr. . . . 69, 72, 76, 101 185,201,222 Scheihing, Billy - Soph. . . . 21, 39, 50, 68, 98, 156 Scheihing, Bobby - Fr. . . . 41, 51, 52, 139 Probst, Loyce - Sr. . . . 107, 220 Propper, Alan - Sr. . . . 220 Propper, Lori - Fr. . . . 138 Pruden, David - Sr. . . . 220 Pruitt, Billy -jr. . . . 176 Pu1ido,juanita -jr. . . . 177 Pulido, Letricia - Soph, . . . 80, 155 236 38, 57, 171 Renfrow, Karen - Soph. . . , 155 Retz, Mike --Ir. . . . 177 Rex, Glenn - Soph. . . . 54, 155 Reyes, Al -jr. , . . 59, 63, 177 Reyes, Carol -4 Soph. . , . 87, 89, 155 Reyes, Lydia - Sr, . . . 221 Robinson, Cheryl - Sr. . . . 221 Robinson, Earl - Soph... . . 39, 156 Robinson, Kathy . Robison, Connie - ..109 Sr... .221 Robinson, Wanda - Soph. . . . 156 Robshaw, Rachel -Jr. . . . 107, 178 Roe, jimmy - fr. . ..178 Schelper, Scott -jr. . . . 178 Scheu, Dale - Fr. . . . 139 Schmidt, Cathryn - Sr. Schroer, Robert - -Ir. . Schnipp, Walter - Fr. Schulman, Billy - Sr. . Schulman, Robert - Sr ,. .92,216,222 .82,83,178 . .90,139 . .222 ....222 Tennison, jill - Sr. . . . 55, 224 Schuright, Robin - Fr. . . . 89, 139 Schutt, Frances - Fr. . . . 139 Schwartz, Diane -Jr. . . . 107, 178 I Scoggins, Charlie - Soph. . . . 39 SCOTT, DOROTHY . . . 28, 53, 96, 222 Scott, Frances - Fr. . . . 90, 92, 108, 109 Seaberry,.Ian - Sr. . . . 21, 75, 222 seabom, Neal - Fr. . . . 139 Sealing, Debbie - Fr. . . . 139 Seaman, Barry: . . 156 Seath, Martha - Fr. . . . 79, 139, 140 Seegan, Liz - Fr. . . . 87, 139 Self, Butch - Fr. . . . 51, 69, 139 Sepulveda, George - Fr. . . . 41, 57, 139 Settle, Nancy -jr. . . . 162, 178 Setzer, Lakie - Sr. . . . 77, 90, 92, 222 Shannon, Mark - Fr. . . . 54, 139 Sharp, John -jr. . . . 46, 47,-178 SHARP, JOHN B. . . . 16, 50 Sharrat, Mike - Sr. . . . 92, 222 Sharrit, Vicky -- Fr. . . . 139 Shearin, Estella -jr. . . . 178 Shelper, . . . 82, 85 Shelton, Leslie - Fr. . . . 139 Shelton, Randy -jr. , . . 178, 227 Sherer, Kyle . . . 83 SHERMAN, CHRISTINE . . . 115 Sherman, Denise - Sr. . . . 89, 222 Sherman, Lynn - Soph. . . . 156 Sherril, Wanda - Soph. . . . 78, 156, 161 Sherrod, Katie - Soph. . . . 79, 156 Sherrod, Maggie - Fr. . . . 137, 139 Shields, Mark -jr. . . . 178 Shields, Wanda - Sr. . . . 89 Shipman, Ware - Soph. . . . 39, 156 Shively, Phil - Sr. . . . 222 Shivily, Susie - Soph. . . . 156 Shorts, Carolyn - Fr. . . . 139 Sides, Tony - Soph. . . . 156 SIDWELL, JOYCE . . . 122 Sikes, Charla - Soph. . . . 156 Silvestri, Andrea - Soph. . . . 156, 158 Simmonds, Steve - Sr. . . . 222 Simmons, Betty - Fr. . . . 139 Simmons, David - Soph. . . . 70, 156 Simmons, Mac - Soph. . . . 156 Simonds, Teresa - Soph. . . . 156 Simpkins, Cynthia - Sr. . . . 107, 222 Sims, Cynthia - Sr. . . . 89, 104, 222 Sims, Karen - Sr. . . . 222 Sims, Katherine - Fr. . . . 109, 139 Sims, Ricky - Soph. . . . 39, 156 Skaggs, Fred -jr. . . . 178 Skinner, jim -jr. . . . 90, 91, 178 SKIPWORTI-I, MARY . . . 94, 115 Slavik, Cindy - Soph. . . . 156 Slavik, Bob -Fr.. . . 139 , Slemmons, Kyann -jr. . . . 107, 178 Small, Steve - Soph. . Smalley, Terry -jr. . . . 178 Smeary, Deborah - Soph. . . . 157 Smiley, Randy -jr. . . . 107 Smith, Bobby - Sr. . . . 33, 34, 35, 38, 53 60, 61, 62, 63, 223 . 157 Smith, Brad - Sr. . . . 100, 223 Smith, Bryan - Fr. . . 57, 139 Smith, Byron - Fr. . . 41, 139 Smith, Caren -Jr. . . 53, 178 Smith, Cathy - Sr. . . 77, 222 Smith, Cheri-jr.. . .21, 22, 75, 76, 77, 87, 17s, 196 Smith, Cliff - Sr. . . . 223 Smith Dan-Sr.. . .223 Smith, George - Soph. . . . 90, 157 Smith, Frankie - Fr. . . . 139 Smith, Greg - Soph. . . 157 Smith, jane -jr. . . . 78, 89, 223 Smith, Karla - Fr. . . . 90, 139 Smith, Kathleen - sr. . . 32, 84, 85, 223 Smith, Kathy -jr. . . 178 Smith, Salli - Fr. . . . 139 Smith, Samantha - Fr. . . . 139 Smith, Sanford - Sr. . . 223 Smith, Sanford -jr. . . 178 Smith, Sharon - Soph. . . . 92, 95, 157 Smith, Sherrill - Sr. . . 223 Smith, Sidney - Soph. . . . 84 Smith, Steven - Fr. . . . 90, 92, 112, 139 5 Snowcien, Holly - Fr. . . . 78, 139 Solomon, Michael - Sr. . . . 223 Sosa, Daniel- Fr. . . . 139 Sotello, Monica - Fr. . . . 43, 139 Southerland, Cindy - Soph. . . . 157 Spears, Robert - Soph. . . . 50, 157 Spears, Walter - Soph. . . . 157 Spence, Scott - Fr. . . . 79, 139 Spence, Shannon -jr. . . . 178 Spencer, Bobby - Sr. . . . 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, as, 53, 188, 223 Spencer, Greg . . . 107 Spencer, Mary - Fr. . . . 139 Spillman, Lenora - Soph. . . . 157 Spillman, Melvin - Sr. . . . 32, 34, 223 Stacy, Martha - Sr. . . . 223 Stacy, Weldon - Soph. . . . 157 Stallings, Mitch - Soph. . . . 59, 68, 78, 157 Standifer, Mary - Soph. . . . 93, 157, 159 Stanfield, Kim - Fr. . . . 90 Stanley, David - Fr. . . . 59, 139 Staples, Brian - Fr. . . . 51, 52, 81, 85, 139 Staples, joey - Fr. . . . 41, 139 Staples, Steve - Sr. . . . 33, 223 Starfield, Kim - Fr. . . . 139 Starr, Rick - Soph. . . . 157 Staton, Kaye -jr. . . . 88, 125, 170, 179 Steer, Dee-J.. . . r 179 STEINBERGER, JACQUES . . . 126 Stephens, Linda - Fr. . . . 109, 139 Stephens, Shelley - Soph. . . . 157 Stephens, Teresa -jr. . . . 179, 180 STEVENS, ARCHIE . . . 20, 119 Stevens, Karen --Jr, . . . 179 Stevens, Kurt - Sr. . . . 223 Stevens, Sally - Soph. . Stevens, Silvia - Fr. . . . 139 Stevens, Teresa . . . 108 Stewart, Chris - Sr. . . . 46, 48, 49, 69, 224 Stiff Doris So h , - p . . . . 157 Stimpson, Margo - Soph. . . . 157 Stocker, Bronson - Sr. . . . 17, 24, 64, 72, 73, iss, 201, 224 Stocker, Dean -jr. . . . 50, 51, 97, 179 Stocker, Peggy - Soph. . . . 24, 25, 65, 73, 145, 148, 157 Stockes, La Doris - Sr. . . . 224 Stoddard, Dawn - Soph. . 1 . 89, 125, 157 Stokley, Anita -Jr. . . . 179 Stone, Charles - Fr. . . . 112 STONE, DELIA . . . 81, 118 Stone, Ella - Soph. . . . 88 Stone, Iarry -Jr. . . . 90, 179 Stone, Ray - Soph. . . . 157 Stoutsenberger, Lawrence - Soph. . . . 83, 85, 88 STOVALL, DONA . . , 26, 122 Strack, Dorothy - Sr. . . . 104, 172, 224 Strai.n, Mary - Sr. . . . 107, 224 Strange, Judy - Sr. . . . 106, 107, 117, 190, 224 Strickland, Claire -jr. . . . 77, 179 Strong, jeff - Soph. . . . 157 Strong, Kathy -jr. . . . 104, 179 Stroup, Phyllis -jr. . . . 179 Stubbiefield, Teresa - Fr. . . . 140 Stubbs, Leslie - Fr. . . . 140 Stubbs, Scott - Fr. . . . 51, 52, 140 Stullenburger, Beth -jr. , . . 77, 179 Stultz, jo - Fr. . . . 140 Stultz, Susan . . . 87, 89 Sturges, Deborah -jr. . . . 162, 179 Sturves, Peatill - Soph. . . . 157 Styles, Denise - Fr. . . . 140 Subbie,.Iohn - Soph. . . . 83, 85 Fr 140 Sutton, john -- .. . . Sweedon, Debra - Sr. . . . 224 Swenson, ,Iohnie - Soph. . . . 87, 157, 160 Swinnea, Lisa - Fr. , . . 140 Szablowski, Anne - Sr. . . . 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, 53, 64, 86, 146, 172, 186, 187, zoo, 224 SZOT, LINDA. . . 125 Szukics, Linda - SOP51. . . .157 Tadlock, Robin - sf. . . 224 Talley, Karen +jr. . . . 77, 79, 162 r 137 Tancill, Leslie - F . . . Tarkington, Karen - Fr. . . . 89, 140 Tarlton, Tracey - Soph. 161 TAVE, ARTHUR . . . . . . 72, 87, 157 122 TAVE, SYLVIA . . . 72, 73, 116 Tavender, Diann -jr. . . , 77, 86 Tavender, Eddie - Fr. . . . 21, 87, 140 TAYLOR, BARBARA . . . 68, 116 Taylor, Cindy -jr. . . . 53, 55, 86, 87 Taylor, jeffrey - Sr. . . . 224 Taylor, john - Sr. . . . 224 Taylor, Lynnda -Jr. . . . 104, 172 TAYLOR, MARTHA . . , 116 Taylor, Maurine - Fr. . . . 140 Taylor, Miki - Sr. . . . 87, 193, 224 Taylor, Priscilla - Fr. . . . 90, 140, 143 Taylor, Tim - Fr. . . . 140 TAYLOR, WILLIE . . . 126 Teal, Cynthia -jr. . . Tedder, Wanda - jr. . . 53, 172 . . 78, 175 Teel, Alen - Sr. . . . 224 Tellier, Brian -jr. . . . 180 Tennyson, Deborah - Fr. . . . 140 Tepe, Carleen -jr. . . . 89 Tepper, john - Sr. . . . 57, 224 Terry, Claudia - Sr. . . . 224 Terry, Linda - Soph. . . . 157 Thomas, Alfred - Fr. . . . 84 Thomas, Andy - Fr. . . . 41, 57, 59, 140 Thomas, Becky - Soph. . . . 157 THOMAS, CHARLES . . . 112, 115 Thomas, Thomas, Douglas - Soph. . , . 39 r 224 jane-S.. .. Thomas, Janie - Fr. . . . 140 Thomas, John - Soph. . . . 157 Thomas, Mark - Soph. . . . 157 Thomas, Pamela - Soph. . . . 157 Thomas, Paula - Fr. . . . 140 Thomas, Randall - Sr. . . . 63, 225 Thomas, Willie - Sr. . . . 26, 33, 34, 36 38, 53, 57, 58, 184, 225 Thompson, Andrew - Fr. . . . 41 Thompson, Angela -Jr. . . . 180 Thompson, Bartt - Sr. . . . 54, 225 Thompson, Don - Sr. . . . 225 THOMPSON, EUGENIA , . . 76, 116 Thompson, Gina - Soph. . . . 89, 157 Thompson, Greg - Soph. . . - 90, 157 Need we say more? . . 1. 5 vfwaf, 1' .o w ,. , . .,. f ',,i ' if . '11 ' mf V A' fi' . ,r ' as . W c'2i r'i" 1 1 " 1'-W A ,, 1 1 - .ng .VVV 4, 1 Qt' 5 3 if , - a. , 5 6 :y ur g - ,V wy- g,::ff':,f'-f 'K -,-' if 1fQ,,v 23,3 if. "' 7' -- H- an 1 ., , ,.,, ..,.,. 13,5-.. .,,,. ..,f. . or whiff' 1 , 1 t. 54 2:4 ' Waddell, Mary - SFT . . ss, 226 az 53 i f ,E ' i, .V y af 9 ' - " ' A 8? 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Thompson, jeff- Soph.. . .157 V1nN0ppcn, Steven-Jr.. . .90 WATSON, BETTY. . .26,116 108,109,181,183 Thompson, Ngncy - Soph, , , , 157 Vater, Nancy - Sr. . . . 95, 225 Watson, Leonard - Sr. . . . 226 Wilson, Leroy '- Jr. . . 181 Thompson, Ricky -Jr, , , , 180 VAUGHN, MARIAN . . . 116 Watson, Susan - Fr. , . . 141 Wilson, Michelle - Sr. . . , 82, 83, 88 Tkjompson, Rgbcft -Jn , , , 130 Vaughan, Robert -Jr. . . . 105, 181 Weathedord, Jean - Sr. . . . 226 Wilson, Sheri + Soph. . . . 159 Thompgon, Stgvcn - Sf, , , , 33, 37, 225 Vaughn, Kent -Jr. . . . 65, 87, 180 Wgavcr, Kar.-gn - Fr, , , , 141 Widmerspoon, Guy -Jr. . . . 181 Thompson, Tracey - Sr. . . . 81, 225 V2Uf1'2-lfl, DCYOH '- FY- - - - 54, 141 Webb, Carl - Sr. . . , 48 Witt, Sabra - Fr. . . . 141 140 Thom, Glenda - Fr. . . . Thom, Michelle - Soph. . Thomton, Byron -Jr. . . Thomton, Dianne - Soph. . . . 157 Threadgill, Gregory -Jr. . . . 180 Tidball, Ronald - Jr. . . .41, 59, 140 Timmons, Red . . TILLMAN, BILLIE . . . 43, 121 Tindall, Jeff - Soph. . . . 90 .85 . . 65, 148, 157 . 63, 180 Michele - Sr. . , . Tiniun, Mark-Ji.. . .45, 90, 91, iso TISDALE, JAMES . . . 119 Tittle, John - Fr. . . . 140 Tolle, Lynn - Soph. . . . 158 Tomlin, Steven - Fr. . . . 140 TOMLINSON, MONTIER -- VE . . . 114 Tomlinson, Wayne -Jr. . . . 5p, 180, 182 Tomme, Mary -Jr. . . . 90, 180 Tompkins, Ludy - Sr. . . . 225 Toombs, Rachel -Jr. . . . 180 Fr 140 Touchon, Michelle - . . . . Touchstone, Mary Jeanne - Jr. . . . 180 Townsley, Laquita - Fr. . . . 140 Tracy, David - Sr. . . . 225 Trahan, Melanie - Fr. . . . 78, 140 158 Travis, Phillip - Soph. . . . Traylor, Donald - Sr. . . . 225 Traylor, Linda - Soph. . . . 43, 158 Treat, David - Fr. . . . 59, 140, 142 Truelson, John - Jr. . . . 46, 47, 49, 72, 180 Truitt, Georgann - Sr. . . . 82, 84, 89, 225 Tsivis, Patricia - Fr. . . . 140 Turner, Clarajo - Sr. . . . 225 Tumer, Janet - Sr. . . . 225 Turner, Laura - Sr. . . . 225 Tumer, Richard - Soph. . . . 39, 158 Tumer, Weldon -,Jr.,. . . 39, Tweedell, John - Sr. . . . 225 Tyler, Cynthia - Fr. . . . 140 U Uberman, Dale - Sri . . 225 50, iso Umphrey, Suzette - Fr. . . . 90, 141 158 Underwood, Bo - Soph. . . . Urick, Mary - Fr. . . . 81, 141 Utley, Charlot - Sogh. . . . 43, 158 Valentino, Tereas -Soph. - . A 153 Van Damme, Elizabeth -Jr, . . . 180 Van Hoose,James-J.. .. r 180 VAN METER, ARCH . . . 68, 86, 87, 122 158 Van Noppen, John - Soph. . . Vera, Lydia - Fr. . . . 141 Vercher, James - Soph. . . . 158 Vercher, Paul - Sr. . . . 225 Vesper, Ricky -Jr. . . . 181 VINSON, JOAN . . . 116 Vitovec, Joann - Sr. . . . 226 Von Kohn, Keith - Fr. . . . 141 W Wade, Robert - Sr. . . . 226 Wagner, Angela - Fr. . . . 141 Waits, Patsy -Jr. . . . 90 Walker, Becky - Soph. . . . 68, 86, 87, 144, 158 Walker, Bo - Sr. . . . 204, 226 Walker, Byron - Soph. . . . 158 Walker, Cynthia -Jr. . . . 181 Walker, Debra - Fr. . . , 141 Walker, Kathy -Jr. . . . 181 Walker, Louseeta - Sr. . . . 104, 108, 109, 226 Walker, Lynette - Fr. . . . 141 Walker, Neil - Fr. . . . 141 Walker, Patricia - Fr. . . . 141 Wall, Rob - sr. . . . 32, 35, 57, 61, 63, 185, 226 Walraven, David - Fr. . . . 85, 128 Waler, Bobby - Sr. . . . 226 Walter, David - Sr. . . . 226 Walton, Ricky - Fr. . . . 141 Walton, Vikki - Soph, . . . 158 Ward, Frances - Soph. . . . 158 Ward, Joe - Sr. . . . 45, 226 WARD, GLENDA. , .115 WARD,J.C.. . .115 Ward, Marilyn - Soph. . . . 55, 92, 158 Ware, Bob - Soph. . . . 158 Ware, Emma Janeen -Jr. . . . 82, 83, 84, 181 Warner, Bill - Sr. . . . 189, 226 Washburn, Dave - Sr. . . . 226 Washburn, Danny - Fr. . . . 41, 141 Webb, Randy - Soph . . . 158 Webb, Teddy -Jr. . . . 108, 181 Welker, Joanna - Fr. . . , 141 Welker, Johnny - Jr. . . . 181 Wells, Herby - Sr. . . . 77, 98, 189 Welsh, Lyle - Sr. . . . 75, 226 Wentz, Linda - Sr. . . . 226 Wentz, Lorraine - Fr. . . . 78, 141 Wentz, Richard - Soph. . . . 85, 158 Wesberry, Barry - Soph. . . . 39, 40 Wesley, Daniel -Jr, . . . 59, 181 Wesley, Lyn - Soph. . . . 39, 158 WESLEY, WILBURN . . , 119 West, Donna -Jr. . . . 181 Whatley, Mark - Fr. . . . 141 Wheeler, Thomas -Jr. . . . 181 Whipple, John -Jr. . . . 181 White, Carla-Jr. . . . 55, 87, 106, 181 White, David - Sr. . . . 22, 69, 87, 226 ' White, Earnest - Soph. . . . 158 White, Linda - Soph. . . . 158 White, Susan -Jr. . . . 78, 89, 125, 181 White, Wally --Jr. . . . 17, 69, 87, 181 Whipeman, Judy - Whitfield, Mark - Wilcox, Carolyn - Wildmm, Sylvia - 161 Jr....89 Sr. . . . 226 Soph.. . .73,159 Soph. . . . 78, 159, Wiles, Preston - Fr. . . . 141 Wiley, Stan - Sr. . . . 23, 226 Wilkinson, James -Jr. . . . 181 Willard, Nancy - Soph. . . . 159 Willband, David . ..83 ..85 Woods, David - Fr. . . . 141 Wood, Hub - Fr. . . . 127, 141 WOOD, COACH LARRY . . . 33, 63, ..159 122 Wood, Mike - Soph. . Wood, Stuart- Fr.. . .41, 59 Wood, William - Fr. . . . 45, 141 Wood, William - Soph. . . .90, 92 Woodward, Wince - Soph. . . . 90, 159 Woodcock, Karen - Soph. . . . 159 Woodcock, Kathy -- Sr. . . . 76 Woodle, Luann - Soph. . . . 159 Woods, Pamela - Sr, . . . 227 Woods, Ruthie -Jr. . . . 89, 227 Woodward, James - Soph. . . . 159 Woodward, Pat - Sr. . . . 208, 227 Worrell, Randy - Fr. . . . 54, 141 Worrell, Scott - Sr.. . .227 Worrell, Susan - Fr. . . . 141 Wright, Copeland - Soph. . . . 159 Wright, Diane - Fr. . . . 41, 143 Wright, Douglas - Jr. . . . 105, 160, 1s1 Wright, Teresa - Fr. . . . 141 Wrights, Vanessa -Fr.. . .141 Wyeth, Sandra - Soph. . . . 109, 159 Yamane, Rodney X -Jr.. . .227 Yamane, Rosemary - Soph. , . . 159 Yandell, Tersea - Sr. . . . 227 Yarbrough, Debra - Sr. . . . 108, 109, 227 Yardley, Laura - Fr, . . . 141 Yates, Dan - Sr. . . . 227 Yates, Vicki - Sr. . . . 43, 227 Washburn, Sherrill - Soph. . . . 158 Waters, Randal - Fr. . . . 52, 141 Waters, Richard - Fr. 7 . . . 52, 141 Waters, Steve -Jr. . . . 33, 38, 56, 57 Watkins, Dorothy -- Fr. . . . 141 WATKINS, DOROTHY. . . 115 Watkins, Jerry - Fr. Watkins, Brent - Jr. Watkins, Kathy - Jr Watkin, Loma - Jr. Watkins, Owen - Sr 59, 141 181 ....90,92,1s1 181 . . . , 107,226 Willband, David . Yeager, Tony - Fr. . . . 41, 59, 141 Willet, Harold - Fr. . . . 90, 141 Williams, Annette - Soph. . . . 159 Williams, Barrick - Fr. . . . 141 Young, Williams, Carolyn - Fr. . . . 135, 141 131, Williams, Jill -Jr. . . . 77, 79, 181 Young, Williams, Ken - Fr. . . . 141 Young, Williams, Kimetha - Soph. . . . 88, 159 YOURS, Williams, Leslie - Fr. . . . 87, 141 Young, Williams, Paul - Fr. . . . 59, 141 Young, Williams, Robert - Sr. . . . 23, 227 Yount, Williams, Rosie -Jr. . . . 181 Yount, Williams, Sherry -Jr. . . . 53, 181 Williams, Stanly - Fr. , . . 141 Williams, Williams, Williams, Steve - Sr. . . . 227 Tim. . .83, 85 Winnie. . .45 r 141 Zimmermann, Ann - Wills, Denise - F. . - - Wilmodi, John - sf. . . ,227 Wilson, Donise - Jr. . . . 24, 68, 69, 98, York, Carey - Sr. . . . 227 York,Jahn -Jr. . . . 53, 69, 181 Cameron - Fr. 141 Douglas - Fr. . Dwayne - Fr. . Kim - Soph. . Pat -Jr. , , . 181 Lisa - Soph. . . 51, 52, 68, ..141 ..141 . . 95, 159 89, 109, 227 ' . 158 Nancy- Sr.. . .227 Z Zay, Tom -- Soph. .T . Zekenske, Wanda - Soph. . . . 159 Sr.. . .227 Zinkel, Fred -- Fr. . . . 41, 141 Zschiesche, Allen - Soph. . . . 95, 159 Zulaica, Cheryl - Sr. . . . 104, 227 "A little birdie told me there's a summer supplement on the way? says an anxious Aaron Aardvark. OPENING SECTION IDENTIFICATIONS Pages 2-3: Planetarium. Page 4: butterfly, water, trees. Page 5: caterpillar, night traffic. Page 6: people doing monkey-Walk. Page 7: house at sunset, packing material, ants. Page 8: boy in field of flowers, Chesapeake Bay. Page 9: Partners in Prayer Chapel, globe. Page 10: spiderweb, keyhole. Page ll.: balance scales. Picture credits: Doug Hampton, jerry Baird, Scott Daniels, jimmy Baird. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS judge and Mrs. Walter E. jordan Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sarsgard Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stocker Mr. John B. Sharp Fort Worth Museum of Science and History john Purcell jimmy Baird lvlrs. Tom Law jil Tennison Seymouris Matt Herring Ivlrs. Gene Thompson Verne Garrison Kathe Ambrose Six Flags Mall Rabbi Robert J. Schur Terri Hansen Upstairs Riclglea Kimbell Art Museum Mrs. H. H. Brittingham Mrs. Nancy Williams Botanic Gardens Holy Family Church Gigi Schaeffer EDITORS, NOTE Sincerest appreciation is extended to the Yellow jacket staff, copy editor Susie Schaeffer, and sponsor Mrs. Sylvia Tave for the dedication and sacrifice needed to publish our annual. For assistance in yearbook sales, we thank Mrs. Betty Quimby, lvlrs. Gene Thompson, and Mr. Willie Taylor. Gratitude goes to Hempel Photography and Taylor- Glamourcraft Studios, and especially the staff photographers, Doug Hampton, Scott Daniels, jerry Baird, Chuck Ross, and Shelley Bartholomew. Personal appreciation is given to our representative from Taylor Publishing Company, Mr. Bob Lynch, for his advice and patience. 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