Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1982
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Volume XLIX 1982
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
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Heights Howdy Week Greets the Dazed Freshmen
The freshmen were initiated
into Heights high school life this
year by the Student Council,s
Howdy Week which is devised to
orient the freshmen and other
newcomers to Heights. The
classes unified into one for this
annual event for eventsl and
showed the freshmen the spirit
and excitement of life on the hill.
Activities began with the
Howdy Week program which is a
series of skits put on by campus
Young Life, Powder-Puff foot-
ball, and Kiddie day followed
during the next few days. It final-
ly climaxed on Friday with the
announcement of the Howdy
Kings and Queens and the
always popular Howdy Dance on
the patio with Draco.
Winners of the Kiddie-day "kid" contest Elizabeth Bradshaw and Robert Wiggins get
together and pose for a picture.
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Junior Powder-Puff Coaches Joe Driskell, Mark Mauser, Brad Baker, and kneeling Chris Lewis and Hal Brown gather to discuss
the play calling of their team's quarterback during halftime.
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Freshmen Howdy Queen Ginny Green and King David Dozier.
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Junior Howdy Queen Courtney Hill and King Tito De La Cruz.
Sophomore Howdy Queen Courtney Cranz and King Jim Rogers.
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Senior Howdy King Brian Meek and Queen Stacy Hendrickson.
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"I'm a bad mama-jama!" screams Doreen Watson after the Junior girls trounced the Seniors in the annual Powder-Puff game.
"lt hurts when you fall!" exclaims a startled Alaine Capper.
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Jennifer Deminico enters into her second childhood for a day
as a lady-like little girl.
That water is cold!" screams a drenched Leslie Howeth.
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Jeff Uecker waits to announce the class spirit winner.
An amazed freshman is taken aback by the extreme immensity
of Howdy Week.
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Jennifer Nelson and Debbie Law show their school spirit in the
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Parents See Heights at Open House
Teachers and students alike
welcomed parents to Arlington
Heights October 26 for Open
House which was sponsored by
the PTC. Parents first gathered
in the auditorium for orientation.
At this time new principal, Mrs.
Frances Alles, gave a short
speech of welcome and honored
the runners-up in the National
Merit Scholarship Program. Per-
formances by the Jacket Jazz
and the band were also featured.
After this meeting dispersed,
parents visited their children,s
classes and met their teachers.
The PTC served refreshments in
the library. Parents could watch
advanced students working in the
chemistry lab and view works
done by students in the art
rooms. The Jacket Jazz sold
mugs outside the library and the
Spirit of the Hill was on hand to "'
guide lost parents. Other ac-
tivities included a demonstration
by the ROTC and an open
rehearsal in the band hall.
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P.T.C. member Mrs. Loftin Witcher helps out at the bake sale.
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English teacher Mrs. Curry explains her teaching methods to an interested parent
Parents stand in line to meet the ever-popular Mr. Wesley
Mrs. Thompson cheerfully explains the operation ofthe Jacket Journal to a fascinated father and son.
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Mrs. Parham and an attentive parent exchange ideas about art. ViSilir1g parents at Open HOUSC.
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24 f Spirit
Students Bring Enthusiasm Back to the Hill
Heights' Spirit was strong this
year. Beginning with weekly
football games and pep rallies,
the student body began a rousing
flurry of activities.
The cheerleaders, in new
uniforms and up-dated competi-
tion styling, led us to an all time
peak in yelling.
The Jacket Jazz, Heights drill
team, worked hard to provide
entertainment for the crowds.
They prepared new dances,
routines, and drills which they
performed for competition,
games, and pep rallies.
Spirit of the Hill supported our
athletes by raising as much
school spirit as possible. They led
class yells and helped lead the
cheers during pep rallies. They
ran on the field before games and
raised money by selling ribbons
The band, dressed in all new
uniforms, began practice late in
the summer, and came to school
early in the morning. This prac-
tice resulted in new routines and
compositions which they proudly
performed for the students, the
crowd at the games, and for com-
petition and awards.
The crowd excitedly invades the field after Heights' victory.
Doreen Watson and Carla Enos watch a performance on stage during a pep-rally.
Ann Eastman and Hal Brown ham-it-up at a pep rally
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Seniors Leslie Webster and Rhonda Stepp wait patiently for
the announcement of the spirit cup. The Senior guys prove they have spirit during the class yell.
Spirit f 25
Leslie Webster Named '81 Homecoming Queen.
Homecoming 1981 was over- gg oe .o g
taken by the land of enchant- A 1 is
ment as it came to the Hill, This
year instead of the various clubs
decorating the halls, the classes
competed for prizes by
decorating the patio to the theme
of "The Wonderful World of
Heightsf' The Freshman class
was awarded a fifty dollar prize
for the winning decorations.
Student Body President, Ted
Trahan, announced at the pep
rally that Leslie Webster had
been elected as the '81
Homecoming Queen. Her court
consisted of Laura Otis, Rhonda
Stepp, Michelle Mathisen, Gina
Williams, Natalie Woodward,
Patricia Horneffer, Lisa Simeno,
Darla Bentley, Susan Burns,
Beth Judson, Lauri Rapp, and
Caroline Hernandez' Michelle Mathisen and father watch on as the halftime festivities take place.
Leslie Webster receives a congratulatory hug from former Queen and friend, Pattie Brown.
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Rhonda Stcpp is proudly escorted on the field by her father. Lisa Simcno looks on as ceremonies take place on the field.
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Sophomores set up Homecoming decorations before school on the patio for contest. Leslie Webster receives Queen's honors.
Homecoming f 27
1981, The Year That Witnessed Up and Downs
Assassinations and attempted
assassinations rocked the world.
Advances in engineering pushed
America to the front in the con-
quest for space exploration. It
was a year with little chance for
peace and calm.
Two months after Ronald
Reagan was elected president, an
assassination on his life was at-
tempted by John Hinckly, Jr.
Although Reagan was wounded
only slightly, his press secretary,
James Brady, was seriously
wounded. In Vatican City in
Rome, Pope John Paul II, mak-
ing a customary appearance in
his open limousine, also was
struck by the bullets of a would-
be assassin from Turkey. On a
more somber note, Anwar Sadat,
president of Egypt, was felled by
a barrage of bullets as he and
other top-ranking military of-
ficials sat reviewing a show of
The ever-encroaching threat of
Communism was evident in the
satellite country of Poland. At-
tempting to become more
democratic and westernized, the
country, led by labor leader Lec
Walesa, was torn by labor strikes
and civil uprisings protesting the
presence of Russian armed forces
inside her borders. Hit hard by a
gripping winter, food shortages,
and lack of fuel, the flames to an
almost certain revolution raged
dangerously close to military
conflict. The world held its
breath as Russian and Polish
leaders edgily negotiated an
Elsewhere in the world, El
Salvador was war-torn in throes
of a political revolution backed
by guerrilla forces. Israel annex-
ed the Golan Heights, violating a
treaty with the United Nations,
much to the consternation of the
U.A.R. Over the international
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Prince Charles and Lady Diana wave to the admiring throngs of well-wishers.
Glass towers reign supreme and majestic over Fort Worth's ever-increasing skyline
waters of the Mediterranean, an
air fight stunned the world when
two Libyan jets attacked
American military planes for be-
ing over "Libyan territory." The
American jets retaliated and
quickly shot down the attackers.
On a happier note, the American
hostages held captive for over a
year in Iran were released to the
joy of the free world.
The pretty side of the interna-
tional scene saw London decked
out in wedding finery as Prince
Charles, heir to the throne of
England, wed Lady Diana
President Anwar Sadat, known as a peacemaker, salutes his parading troops.
Spencer. It was a summer of par-
ties, parades, and pageantry.
On the national scene, Ronald
Reagan was sworn in as the for-
tieth president of the United
States. A conservative
Republican, Reagan began im-
plementing a new economic
system, nicknamed "Reagan -
omicsi' by the media.
His plan, cutting many social
programs and upping defense
spending, was to reduce the
estimated one trillion dollar
deficit in the government budget.
Branded a federalist, Reagan in-
stituted a return of many of the
federal agencies to the states.
Locally, the downtown skyline
was ever changing as glass
towers from the City Center,
Continental National Bank, and
the First United Bank Towers
loomed upward. Renovation of
the older buildings downtown
resulted in the Sundance Square,
an area of several blocks
dedicated to preserving Fort
Worth's old west heritage.
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President Ronald Reagan delivers his state of the union message. Polish leader Lec Walesa urges the Poles to solidarity
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Ghosts and Goblins Haunt the Halloween Dance
Could Heights be haunted?
On Halloween night many ghosts
and goblins arrived at Heights
for the second annual Halloween
Dance. Sponsored by the Student
Council, the dance featured disc
jockey Scott Teleford and his
variety of music from new wave
rock to the sounds of the Beatles.
Everyone was encouraged to
wear costumes and showed up as
everything from Punk Rockers to
the old stand-by Dracula and
Wolfman get-ups. The dance was
a success and has become a tradi-
tion of The Hill.
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Two goblins take time from dancing to pose for a photog.
Mike Alread and Gayle Herr attempt to crush a jack-o-lantern
with their chins.
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disco clown suit.
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Halloween mask on.
Brian Tarzan of the Apes Meek and Jennifer Jane
DeNlinico wistfully dance to "Jungle Love."
Linda Bridgewater eats her treats hurriedly because ofthe ap-
proach ofa hunger-stricken photog.
Diane Roberts shows her spirit on Halloween.
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Thespians Produce Comedy uSee How They Runv
Old maids getting drunk, peo-
ple being locked in closets, and
mistaken identity were all part of
the Drama and Performing Arts'
production of "See How They
Run." The plot of "See How
They Run,', 7 a farce, takes
place in a seemingly-mild-
mannered, old English vicarage
during World War II.
The play was presented in four
performances, two during the
days of December 9th and 10th
in the school auditorium. And
two night performances at 7:30
on the 9th and 10th. Co-
ordinating the performance was
Director Mrs. Rosemary Burton
and artistic directors Mrs. Bever-
ly Fletcher and Miss Buzzy
Owens. The Reverend Toop was
played by Ted Trahan, senior,
while Jennifer DeMinico' and
Jennifer Nelson, seniors, played
his wife Penelope. Amy Brit-
tingham, freshman, and Kristen
Gardner, junior, were double-
cast as Miss Skillen. And acting
the part of Corporal Clive
Winston was Sean Matthews,
Ted Trahan tries desperately to
remember his lines.
Sean Matthews is humored by Diane Roberts' lines.
Fernando Trujillo does his impression of a Russian spy.
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Amy Brittingham emotes as Miss Skillen. Ricky Fernandez shows the true meaning of "See How They Run."
Ted Trahan panics and attempts to escape the stage. . . . . . but is restrained by an alert Jennifer Nelson.
"This seat is just right," claims Amy Brittingham. Sean Matthews pauses for prayer during his scene.
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"They didn't tell us about this at the seminaryf' "What?" questions a cornered Richard Primm.
Ricky Fernandez is stunned by Ted Trahan's stage presence.
Fernando Trujillo carries Ted Trahan off the stage.
College Night Opens Doors to Heightsters
This year Arlington Heights
college night was held on
December 8. College represen-
tatives were there to help both
parents and students get better
acquainted with the universities
of their choice.
College counselors brought
with them applications, catalogs,
and information concerning the
requirements for admission,
registration, and advanced place-
ment tests. Students were eager
to talk to the different counselors
about college and their chosen
field of study.
Some colleges represented
were Texas Christian University,
Southern Methodist University,
University of Texas at Austin
and Baylor University.
Darla Thorton and her mom listen eagerly to college counselor
John Van Aken and Sandy Sloan make plans for college days. A worried mother wonders if Scott Tims will get into college
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Exchange Students Adapt to New Environment
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Jan Alfredson plans to return to Lund, Sweden in
July. He says he will miss the warm climate, short
and easy school days, Heights football team, and
cafeteria food. His favorite subject was Art with
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warm climate, Heights, and especially the football
team. Next July when he plans to return to Oulu,
Finland, he has a feeling he's going to freeze to
death. His favorite class was speech.
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Elf Day Kicks Off Season of Joy On The Hill
It was the time of year for
Santas and reindeer, Christmas
trees and snowflakes, frosty air
and doorways covered with
mistletoe. It was Christmas! The
spirit arrived on the hill in grand
style. The halls were filled with
Student Council elves bringing
their tidings of good cheee to all.
The Christmas tree was on the
scene in the main foyer. Decora-
tions were provided by all the
clubs at Heights. Each was asked
to design a bird that would show
their Christmas spirit.
The band was also in the
mood. They gave a free concert
December 17 at the Hyatt
Regency. The show was open to
the public and selections includ-
ed Sleigh Ride, Christmas
Moods, and Yuletide Festival.
For the needy families in the
community, the Student Council
also sponsored a canned goods
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Robert Wiggins keeps an eye out for St. Nick as he diligently guards the Elf Grams.
"Hey, this isn't an audition for Tinker Bell!" says Bobby Lcwcllcn to Mary Keffer.
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Chilly Willy Wziilcs points Norlhwurd, reminding cvuryoncLl1z1lSzinl41in xxzilching.
Kristy Fulhcrce, Susan Patillo, Tiffany Davis. und .Icnnifcr Deminico wail for the holidays.
Who We Are, What We Like, and What We Do
The typical Heights girl can be
found after school and on week-
ends at the country club, a
friend's house, or Speak-Easy.
Her favorite foods are Mexican
Food, Guacca-Burgers, and
salads. The style she favors most
in clothes is the casual preppy
look - oxford-cloth blouses,
skirts, and loafers.
She attended the Senior
sponsored Luau Dance and all
the Student Council Dances and
the Carnival. The Heights girl
could be heard at all the pep
rallies and games supporting the
teams in true spirit.
SONGS: The Stroke - Billy Squire Bette Davis Eyes Kim Carnes Too Much Time on My Hands
Styx, Jessie's Girl- Rick Springfield
TV SHOWS: Hill Street Blues, Hart to Hart Dallas Taxi Friday s
SAYINGS: "Massive,!" "Awesome Gag me raw To the max Take off'
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Heights typical guy has varied
interests - everything from
sports to music M from cars to
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Dressing for comfort style and
looks, the Heights guy wears
boots and jeans, the preppy look,
or whatever seems most
comfortable. Jobs afforded
money for cars, gasoline, and
MOVIES: Superman II, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Arthur, Ordinary People, Elephant Man, American
Werewolf in London, Raging Bull.
FADS: Designer jeans, decorated shoelaces, 'fpreppy look," Rubik's Cubes, Rubikls anything ftriangle, oc-
tagon, etc.D, video games, jogging.
CARS: Anything that the hands could be laid on. CVolkswagens, Pintos, Porsches, etc.J
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Student Talent Shines in Heights Highlights
The bright spotlight of pro-
spective fame shone down upon
talented and versatile students of
the Hill once again as the fourth
annual Heights Highlights got
underway on January 28. Lucky
students who viewed the divided
performances at third and fifth
periods were treated to spirited
renditions by dancers, bands,
comedy acts, and the Jacket
Jazz, who also sponsored the
event. The Arlington Heights
Stage Band was on hand to per-
form in between numbers. An
additional performance was
given that evening for parents
who wished to attend.
Spirited Jazzers feign exhaustion as they bounce through another number
Chris Bellamy gives it all he's got. Two members of "Eclipse" wow the audience with their fast and fancy footwork
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Idid it my way . . . croons Jennifer Nelson
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a an prepare t e equipment for their class projects in Comedy I.
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"You're our little honey bun," sing Cindy Curtis and Amy Brittingham
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Jacket Jazzers overwhelm the audience with "Big Spenderf'
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Jennifer Nelson willfully distracts two freshman punkers.
Courtney Hill gets psyched up to attack a vicious criminal.
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Valentineis Day Brings Out Cupids at Heights
Cupid Day arrived on Friday,
February 12 with a lot of hearts.
Each Student Council member
was given five hearts to give to a
student who earned the heart. An
example of this is earning a heart
by either carrying the books of a
Student Council representative
or sharpening their pencil. In
return the student was rewarded
with a heart. At the end of the
day the boy and girl with the
most hearts was chosen Mr. and
The Student Council also sold
carnations for seventy-five cents
apiece. Each student could send
one to his or her Valentine, thus
ending up the day smelling quite
Will Waites and Co. get ready to launch into their Valentine Day spiel.
Cupid Alexis Anders distributes carnations
A student shows delight at receiving a Carnation.
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Mary Keffer wonders what else could possibly go wrong.
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Student Council Establishes New Traditions
Under the guidance of Student
Council President Ted Trahan,
the Executive Board led a fruit-
ful and productive year. With the
aid of Mary Keffer, Vice-
Presidentg Courtney Hill,
Secretaryg and Mike Alread,
Treasurer, the Council approved
and executed several new and im-
President, Ted Trahan
Secretary, Courtney Hill
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Turkey Day involved various
teachers gobbling over the an-
nouncements to raise money for
needy families. A Christmas can
drive helped provide meals to
shut-ins in the area.
A school-wide carnival was in-
troduced to Heights. All clubs
and organizations were
represented by various booths.
Traditional events were also
alive and very well. Howdy
Week, Elf-Grams, Spring Fever
Week, and Cupid-Grams all
went off with the usual bang.
Vice-President, Mary Keffer
Treasurer, Mike Alread
Mrs. Kay Hickox, Sponsor
"II's upside down!" says Ted Trahan to a confused Mrs. C0l1f1CilmHH-8-Large
Hickox as they prepare for the Homecoming slide show. CarlOS MCI1dOZ21
Mr. Larry Barnes, Sponsor
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Handbook and Elections Give Time to Council
The student directory, a mon-
thly calendar, and meeting agen-
das were responsibilities of this
year,s Handbook Committee.
Ann Creager led marathon
typing sessions in an effort to
deliver the directories in time for
the Christmas Holidays.
The directofy was included in
this year's Publications package,
but students were able to buy
them separately for a small
Counting Turkey Day gobbl-
ing contest ballots was one of the
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Council Elections Committee.
Led by Chairperson Darlene
Bridgewater, the committee
spent many hours typing and
designing ballots to be used by
classes for their officer elections.
Handbook Committee: FRONT ROW: Robin Meyers, Catherine Courtney, Cathleen Milligan, Rhonda Stepp, Diane Woodard
SECOND ROW: Ann Creuger, Bobby Lewellen, Kristi Fatheree, Laura Roles.
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Ann Creager, Handbook Chairman Darlene Bridgewater, Elections Chairman
Elections Committee: FRONT ROW: Natalie Woodward, Irma Trevino, Paige Buechley, Emily Albright. SECOND ROW'
Darlene Bridgewater. Karen Barlow, Lisa Maddux, Susan Patillo, Linda Norris. BACK ROW: Tom Urquhart, Brian Meek
Dorenda Branch, Tiffany Davis, Bobby Lewellen, Stanley Joe.
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Public Relations and Programs Accent Council
Led by Bill Jordan, this year's
Public Relations committee was
responsible for advertising Stu-
dent Council activities.
Newly instituted subcommit-
tees gave council members a
variety of responsibilities ranging
from providing good will
throughout the community to
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Creative announcements were
aired proclaiming Student Coun-
cil meetings and activities.
Under the guidance of
Chairperson Gayle Herr, the
Programs committee began the
year by decorating and selling
refreshments for the Howdy and
Preparing the Library for
Council meetins and passing out
reports and agendas were also
jobs of this committee.
Elf and Cupid Grams were
designed by the Programs Com-
mittee while active Council
members delivered them.
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Public Relations Committee: FRONT ROW: Natalie Woodard, Laura Roles, Catherine Courtney, Gayle Herr, Lisa Maddux,
Courtney Moore, Cathleen Milligan, Julie Jennings, Lisa Gilbert, Diane Woodard. SECOND ROW: Susan Patillo, Darlene
Bridgewater, Robin Meyers, Ann Creager, Irma Trevino, Michelle Holmes, THIRD ROW: Karen Barlow, Jennifer DeMinico,
Rhonda Stepp, Suzanne McGown, Jill Needham, Nick Jay, T ina Hames, Hal Brown. BACK ROW: Bill Jordan, Will Waites, Tom
Urquhart, Brian Meek, Dorenda Branch, Denise Kirkley, Tiffany Davis, Missy Hendrix, Richard Sanders, Bobby Lewellen,
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DeMinico, Linda Norris, Vicki England, Alexis Ander. BACK ROW: Karen Barlow, Denise Kirkley, Tina Hames, Kristen Boyd.
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The Band Shines in New Corps-Style Uniforms
New Corps-Style uniforms
highlighted this year's marching
season, United with Corps-Style
marching, the band boosted
spirits during halftime to the
tunes of "Theme from Patton,',
"Tempation," and "Hello
Under the field direction of
Jeff Wright and Tina Hanes, the
band received a rating of "ex-
cellentn at both city, and U.I.L.
Mr. Paul Smith, Director
Cheri Grant prepares for a bell solo in "Hello Again."
l982 Band and Flag Corps Officers: FRONT ROW: Cecily Stogsdill, Lorie Haire,
Cindy Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Tina Hames, Jeff Wright. BACK ROW: Sean
Price, Robert Burger, Tom Urquhart, Mike Alread, Jim Jopling.
Jim .lopling and Richard Yaws slide through
an arrangement of "SL Mark's Square."
Joyce Hryekewicz and Marla Tinius anxious-
ly wait to play the Fight Song. Jeff Wright establishes tempo.
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Flag Girls Twirl School Colors at Halftime
The 1982 Flag Corps: FRONT ROW: Lorie Haire, Cindy Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Judy Martin, Brenda Swales, Tonya Curtis,
Enise Roberts, BACK ROW: Carla Sanford, Cecily Stogsdill, Cheri Smith, Sharon Hatfield, Caren Pack.
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Mike Alread leads the trombones through "Eat'em Up.'
Jason Jarrzttt and Steve Cook are inspired by the lyrics of the "Alma Mater."
Chris Bellamy contemplates his next entrance.
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The Second Annual Drill
Team Festival took place in
Galveston Dec. 12. The Jacket
Jazz, the only team invited from
the city, performed a fifteen
minute program. A pop routine,
to the music of 'Tomorrow', a
dance routine, to Devoas "The
Girl You Wantf, and a high kick
routine to "Happy Days Are
Here Again" made up their per-
formance. The officers danced to
Pat Benatar's "Promises in the
Darkf, This and the prop routine
were choreographed by Tammy
The girls were judged in three
categories, audience appeal,
showmanship, and general ap-
pearance. In each category they
were judged on variety, originali-
ty, and precision.
To raise money for the trip,
the Jazz sold calendars and gave
a student demonstration.
"We practiced a lot and work-
ed very hard,', said Tammy, "we
represented the school and Fort
Worthf, The girls worked until 6
pm on weekdays and 10 hours on
"We're new, but we tried hard.
Many of the other teams have ex-
isted for years," said Barbara
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Competes in Drill Team Festival
Jacket Jazz co-captains Tammy Farris and Caroline Hernandez
Front Row: Co-Captain Caroline Hernandez. Second Row: Co-Captain Tammy Farris. Back Row: Lisa Gilbert, Second Lieute-
nantg Tracy Williams, First Lieutenentg Pam Hopkins, First Lieutenantg Yolanda Garcia, Second Lieutenant, Brigitte Jacobs, First
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Jacket Jazz: Front Row: Caroline Hernandez, co-captain, Tammy Farris, co-captain, Second Rowg Sandy La Valley, Ginger
Cambell, Renae Enos, Vaness Powell, Angie Hernandez, Brigitte Jacobs, first lieutenant. Third Row: Carla Enos, Lisa Gilbert, se-
cond lieutenant, Debbie Wentz, Sharon Alezander, Michelle Butler, Judy Oliver, Yolanda Garcia, second lieutenant. Back Row:
Debbie Blessing, Cheryl Franklin, Tracy Williams, first lieutenant, Pam Hopkins, first lieutenantg Tina Nelms, Amanda Hill,
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Orchestra Tunes Up Another Successful Year
The AHHS Orchestra enjoyed
another successful year under the
direction of Mr. Paul Smith. The
orchestra gave a Christmas con- A
cert as entertainment for the """"""""WM'
residents of TCU's Foster Dorm.
The orchestra's quintet per-
formed for the enjoyment of
many throughout the year.
joined with the drama depart- 5
ment to produce the musical,
Officers Joyce Hryekewicz,
President, Tina Hames, Vice-
President, Vivian Vargas,
Secretary-Treasurer, and Lori J
Haire, Librarian, led the
Mr. Paul Smith, Conductor, enjoys the sound of music.
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ORCHESTRA: FRONT ROW: Shirley Sperry, Jill Bowles, Tina Hames, Vivian Vargas, Esther Puentes. BACK ROW: Cliffor
Thompson, Deanna Wiseman, Joyce Hryckewicz, Robert Spencer, Jason Jarret, Rosemary Alvariz, Lori Haire.
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NHS sponsors: Mrs. Marilyn Bettes and Mr. Arch Vanmeter.
This year, the National Honor
Society along with their annual
events and sales, started a new
tradition at Heights. The club
members, in Halloween apparel,
delivered messages tied to stalks
of weeds which were called
Halloweeds. Other projects of
the club included the annual
Blood Drive and Rubik's Cube
Sale, which was a great success.
The induction ceremony for new
members ended a terrific year for
National Honor Society Club
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NSH: Front Row: Julie Jennings, Junior Representative, Jeff Uecker, Treasurer, Donna Stuart, President, Christie Brittingham,
Vice President, Darla Thornton, Secretary. Second Row: Cathleen Milligan, Paula Roberts, Laura Hartman, Terry Gomez, Jonnell
Boyd. Third Row: Miriam Brumley, Renee Baker, Sarah Bennett. Regina Ward, Laura Baumhardt, Tina James. Fourth Row:
Jeanne Puelma, Ann Creager, Pam Mooney, Courtney Hill, Melissa Thatch, Raul Garcia, Julius Pernell. Back Row: Laurie Mon-
tgomery, Wendy Cochrane, Lauri Rapp, Cathy Craft, Denise Boehm, Tres Morris, Amanda Hill, Ted Trahan, Vickie O'Connor,
Mike Alread. Tammy Schrum. Pat Horneffer, Jim Wood, Chris Bertram, Paula Branshaw.
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Whiz Quiz Kids Engage in Mental Challenge
The Whiz Quiz team has been
active again this year. They lost
their first competition to Dun-
canville by a score of 330-180 on
September 15. They had a "wild
card" spot for future games.
Steve Cook, captain, led the
group which included Chris Ber- 6
tram, senior, Tracy Ward, S
sophomore, and Chris Bellomy,
junior. The alternate was Suzy
The teamls sponsor was Mr.
David Kamin, math teacher.
They practiced before school in
the library and took their ques-
tions from Encyclopedia Britan-
nica. Also several teachers wrote
Whiz Quiz sponsor: Mr. David Kamin,
Whiz Quiz 1981-82: Front Row: Tracy Ward, Suzy Bertram. Back Row: Steve Cook, Joyce Hyrekewicz, Mr. David Kamin, Chris
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A Capella Choir Performs in All-City and UIL
Under the direction of Mrs.
Donna Norton, the A Cappella
Choir competed in several com-
petitions this year.
Highlights included UIL Solo
and Ensemble Contests, and an
All-City Choir Concert.
The choir also presented a
Christmas and Spring Concert to
New performance gowns and
suits accented the year.
Officers: Vice-President, Jennifer DeMinicog Secretary-Treasurer, Tammy Hodges. Mrs. Donna Norton, Director
THE 1982 A CAPELLA CHOIR: FRONT ROW: Debbie Rhame, Karen Perkins, Becky Montez, Lorena Lopez, Patty Adams,
Lisa Griffeth, Barbara Bruce, Star Mosley, Leanne Hukkala, Amy Floyd. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Jackson, Terry Ladd, Patricia
Lee, Theresa Doberspike, Martha Rudder, Jennifer DeMinico, Linda McCoy, Steve Shrill, Kurt Daniels. THIRD ROW: Fernando
Tujillio. Danny Oge. Rhonda Hammond. Vicky Clark, Jennifer Nelson, Chris Clinch. Robbie Reel. Kristen Gardner, Rhonda
Oliver, Patricia Wilcox, Lutricia Werland. FOURTH ROW: Yolanda Hammonds, Chris Dickinson, Ricky Fernandez, Mike
McMurtray. Richard Prim, Lonnie Phipps, Joanne Irvin. Charles Clark. Tammy Hodges, Steve Workman, Theresa Dalrymple.
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Spirit of the Hill Raises Tradition and Pride
Selling Spirit Links and acting
as guides at Open House were
only a few of the many activities
of this yearis Spirit of the Hill.
Freshmen benefited from their
help during registration.
Nineteen Seniors, twenty
Juniors, fourteen Sophomores,
and twelve Freshmen made up
this elective organization.
' S.O.H. OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Co-Presidents, Mary Keffer and J eff Uecker
S.O.H. Sponsor: Mr. David Greer.
SECOND ROW: Treasurer, Leigh Kauffmang Secretary, Diane Roberts.
Jennifer Moore and Mindy Martin exemplify the tru
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Senior Chairpersons: Adam Fleming and Lisa Simeno.
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Darla Bentley. SECOND ROW: Russell Gardner, Adam Fleming, Jeff Uecker, Kelly Rogers, Brian Meek, Duke Chairez. THIRD
ROW: Rhonda Stepp, Beth Judson, Leslie Webster, Anna Clinkscale, Marji Arnold, Mary Keffer.
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SOPHOMORE SPIRIT OF THE HILL: FRONT ROW: Catherine Courtney, Leslie Collier, Mary Lazaano, Susan Cowley,
Stacy Gafford, Missy Hendrix. SECOND ROW: Gary DeHart, Trey Hodge, Houston Morford, Scott Youngblood, Troy Tuomey,
Carlos Mendoza, Jimmy Snyder.
JUNIOR SPIRIT OF THE HILL: FRONT ROW: Amy Goldsmith, Sheri DeHart, Martha Brigance, Bunny Brown, Patti Franke,
SECOND ROW: Cathleen Milligan, Julie Jennings, Sharla Pyeatt, Kristy Fatheree, Kristen Boyd. THIRD ROW: Clement De La
Cruz. Shawn Smith, John Whitaker, JOe Driskell, Jeff Davis, BACK ROW: Mark Mauser, Pat Burns, Brad Baker, Jay Bell, and
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FRESHMEN SPIRIT OF THE HILL: FRONT ROW: Missy Johnson, Mindy McKinney, Linda Howell, Amy Fox, Amy Franks,
Angie Goff. BACK ROW: Brett Helmer. Tony Contreras, Anthony Chaumont. David Dozier, Chris Cheavroux, Tim Mauser.
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French Club Carries on Old French Traditions
The French Club began a very
exciting school year with their
annual Fall Kick-off picnic
featuring various field events. To
keep within the French tradition,
the group held a Christmas din-
ner complete with authentic
cuisine of their country. The In-
ternational Day festivities were a
success with the pastries
prepared by Club members.
Once again, the French Club of- L L
ficers created a very eventful SPONSOR: Mrs. Gladys Bright: OFFICERS: secretary Karen Barlow, Treasure
school year for their members. Paula Branshaw, President Darla Bentley, Vice-President Bill Jordan.
FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Bill Jordan, Paula Bradsaw, Karen Barlow, Darla Bentley. SECOND ROW: Cheri Smitl
Darls Thorton, Courtney Moore, Clair Covaleski, Lisa Maddux, Robin Burns, Marji Arnold, Missy Sandoval, Julie Lewis, Jenr
Holt, Laura Otis, Adele Jones, Mindy Martine. THIRD ROW: Carla Sanford, Lamonia Dikis, Andrea Payne, Dee Darbj
Elizabeth Branshaw, Mary Alice Jones, Sarah Jones, Joan Rolling, Stephanie DeLean, Roxan Rogers, Gens Walraven, Suzanr
Sparks, Liza Delanie, Debra Jones, Angela Wooten, Margo James, Debbie Vuillemont, Susan Flowers, Terri Gomez. FOURTi
ROW: Ginger Cambell, Gayle Herr, Jennifer Mayo, Karen Shaffer, Natalie Mims, Susan Bertram, Alysia Macchia, Jonnell Boyt
Lou Murrin, Jill Needham, Julie Hale, Stephanie Patten, Melinda Dogget, Cara Thorton, Susan Patillo, Mia Riley, Don Humbe
Jimmy Otis, Alan Brants. FIFTH ROW: Bridgett Harris, Lisa Gilbert, Ted Trahan, Courtney Hill, Cynthia O'Connor, Kel
Smith, Hether Scott, Annette Mann, Wendy Cochrane, Derinda Branch, Andrea Pendery, Tony Garcia, Billy Vuillemont, Kel
Franklin, Amy Fox, Susan Creager, Eric Euing, Rick Carney, BACK ROW: Darlene Bridgewater, Stanley Joe, Kate Shirley, Doi
na Stuart, Holly Houston, Brian Meek, Tiffany Davis, Mike Alread, Dee Dee Ellis, Patty Franke, Elsie Hodges, Kristi Fathere
Stephanie Reynolds, Chris Lewis, Clement De La Cruz, Greg Williamson, Geoff Tadda, Alaine Capper, Tim Mausier, Dav
Dozier, Sydney Maag, Meredith Mallow, Jeff Wolf.
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German Students Participate in Novemberfest
German Club Officers: Chris Bertram, Treasurer, Debbie Vuillemot, President: Not
Pictured: Angie Johnson, Vice-President
Fun, food, and first prizes
highlighted Novemberfest that
was held November 14. German
students participated in various
cultural, academic, and sports
Academic activities included
prose reading, and of major in-
terest was the food fair.
For having such a small
department, I feel we did very
well," said Miss Marilyn
Marilyn Ankenbauer, Sponsor
Arlington Heights German Club: FRONT ROW: Chris Hughes, Treasurerg Debbie Vuillemot, President: Mary Ozee, Alan Dewitt.
SECOND ROW: Danny Gilliam, Billy Buillemot. BACK ROW: Chris Bertram, Joel Whitehouse, Harold Cusnick, Kathleen
German Club f 71
Spanish Club Spices Up Heights
The Spanish Club, sponsored
by Miss Helen Hale, brought a
"south of the bordern flavor to
Heights again this year. Led by
Wendy Cochran, President, Ann
Eastman, Vice President, and
Amanda Hill, Secretary, the
Spanish Club participated in In- r- """"
ternational Day by selling 13
various tasty Mexican dishes. Officers: Ann Eastman, Wendy Cochran, Amanda Hill
SPANISH CLUB: FRONT: Amanda Hill, Wendy Cochran, Ann Eastman, SECOND ROW: Monica Pena, George Gamez, Paige
Bucchley, Courtney Wall, Michelle Holmes, Angie Goff, Meagan Miteff, Liza Delaney, Angie Hernandez, Laura Segarra THIRD
ROW: Tina Spencer, Terry Gomez, Kara Gallagher, Lamonia Diakis, Yolanda Garcia, Edith Cardenas, Tammy Farris, Camille
Curry, Robbie Frick FOURTH ROW: Mister Gonzales, Robin Meyer, Kym Egan, Kate Shirley, Patricia Wilcox, Penny Jernigan,
Liza Falcon, Sonja Williams, Linda Howell, Becky Dry, Amy Franks, Laura Roels, Ann Bolen, Gwen Liewsome, FIFTH ROW:
Jay Bell, Nick Jay, Christy Baker, Susie Bittick, Michelle MOsquedo, Christie Brittingham, Suzanne McG0wn, Jan Foster, Mindy
McKinney, Missy Johnson. Raul Garcia, Julius Purnell.
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Ebony Voices Honor Black Musical Heritage
Ebony Voices: Front Row: Cynthia Whitaker, Donna Ashton, Sharon Palmore,
Darlene Bridgewater. Back Row: Mrs. Baker Collins, Lee Baker, Peggy Strong, Mrs.
Honoring Black History
Week, the musical talents of the
Ebony Voices were harmonized
in a program the third week in
February. This was a tribute to
those Black musicians and com-
posers who have enriched our
Three essays read by group
members and several songs
highlighted this event. Selections
included "What a Wonderful
Changef' "If You Trust in
Jesusf, "Jesus is the Way,', and
"Learn How to Wait on Jesusf,
Mrs. Evelyn Collins and Mrs.
Jerrisue Willingham were spon-
sors for the organization this
Ebony Voices: FRONT ROW: Cynthia Davis, Donna Ashton, Missy Woolen, Mignon Jackson, Brigette Jacobs. SECOND ROW
Cynthia Whitaker. Tracy Williams. Sharon Palmore, Darlene Bridgewater. BACK ROW: Gregory Bell, Lee Baker, Charles
Darden, and Peggy Strong.
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Library Club Encourages Reading Awareness
This year's Library Club was
very active at Heights with book
drives and charity work for the
Public Library. One of the goals
for this year was to raise fines for
library books from five-cents a
day to five-cents an hour.
Club members held lectures on
subjects designed to attract op-
timum student response. Topics
such as the proper way to install
lightbulbs, was one of the most
popular lectures. "We started
with a goal, to go in there and Q
read," said Debbie Law. 97"
Other activities included pro- E
moting Book Awareness Week If
and arranging reams of books ac- fn
cording to the prescribed decimal "'
System. Library Club Stewards: Front Row: Mary Keffer and Courtney Hill.
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The l98l-l982 Library Club: FRONT ROW: Bill Jordan, Stanley Joe, Mary Keffer, Debbie Law, and Courtney Hill. BAC
ROW: Mike Alread, Ted Trahan, Mr. Larry Barnes, Mrs. Marilyn Bettes, Mrs. Kaye Hickox, and Mrs. Jo Adkins.
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FBLA Members Learn Skills for the Future
g 1-" The Future Business Leaders
of Arlington Heights enjoyed
learning the copious business and
E . secretarial skills that will assist
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7-'?-Eb" EJ The club went to competition
in early February and returned
to the Hill with winners in
several categories. Irma Trevino,
senior, was one of the winners.
ku, The club sold modern foil pic-
tures at the beginning of the year
to raise funds for the clubls
treasury. It was a big success.
The club's officers are: Betty
Gomez, Caroline Hernandez,
Pamela Turner, Schewanda
Riley, Norma Marroquin, and
FBLA Officers: Front Row: Betty Gomez, Caroline Hernandez, Pamela Turner. Back Ann Allen'
Row: Schanda Riley, Norma Marroquin, Ann Allen.
FBLA Members: First Row: Pamela Turner, Carmen Garcia, Holly Manning, Susan Flowers, Sam Burton, Betty Gomez. Irma
Trevino, Caroline Hernandez, Terry Gomez. Second Row: Regina Morris, Betty Clayton, Schewanda Riley, Alma Riley, Robert
Hill, Edith Cardenas. Norma Marroquin, Laura Maxwell, Sulene Roberts, Maria Martinez, Ann Allen. Back Row: Dana Paul,
Emily Noriega. Nicole Paul, Ella Delarosa, Tammy Schrum, Pat Horneffer. Vida Cabrera, Lisa Falcon, Diane Donahue, Carolyn
FBLA f 75
Museum and Theaters Are Visited by Art Club
The Art Club enjoyed another l
activC year under the direction of 595 it
co-sponsors Mrs. Mary Parham V
and Mrs. Beverly Fletcher.
Students were culturally """"" f-.,4-t
educated in all the different it
facets of art by attending lec-
tures, visiting museums, and "" W J .
sponsoring a Halloween mask , . , ,
contest. ' T45 N - "
The only requirement to join . ', t
the Art Club at Arlington ft- ex G
Heights was to have an interest
in art. These students expressed r -
thCiI' iI1'lCI'6St and WCTC iI'ldl1CtCd SPONSORS: Mrs. Beverly Fletcher and Mrs. Mary Parham. OFFICERS: Jan
into this 0rgaI'liZati0Il. Alfredson, Darla Thorton, Thomas Wiggins,
FRONT ROW: Jan Alfredson, Darla Thorton, T homas Wiggins. SECOND ROW: Karen Burns, Sue Barns, N icole Paul, Kim
Basham, Tammy Vandever, Laura Jones, Missy Thorpe, Mary Matteson, Diane Woodland. THIRD ROW: Samantha Burton,
Cathy Craft, Martha Palmer, Glen Bearden, Ginny Green, D'Ann Earl, Suzanne Burke, Sherri DeHart, Linda Bridgewater. NOT
PICTURED: Pam Mooney, Jody Rasmussen
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Rodeo Club Dance Advocates Stock Show Spirit
OFFICERS: Debbie Beavers, Secretary: Kenneth Kennedy, Treasurerg Ricky Fer-
nandez, Sgt.-at-Armsg Chuck Bettencourt, Presidentg Michael Fernandez,
Blue jeans, western shirts,
cowboy boots, and hats was the
dress for the Rodeo Club dance.
The group whooped it up from
8pm to 12pm in the old gym.
The country band on hand was
led by ex-Heightster Alan Chic.
Music played ranged from "The
Cotton-eyed Joe" to "Looking
Profits were used for club
Mike Wood, Rodeo Club Sponsor
RODEO CLUB: Left to Right: Front Row: Chuck Bettencourt, Ricky Fernandez, Mike Fernandez, Debbie Beavers, Kenneth Ken-
nedy, Todd Crawford, Andy Stevens, Daniel Boone. Second Row: Danny Gilliam, Greg Powers, Vickie Evans, Shawn Berschig,
Debbie Blessing. Kelly Molcroft, Sandy La Valley, Tammy Farris, Lisa Griffin, Charlie Bradford. Back Row: Walter McMurtray,
Bob Hamman, Bill Gerhart, Tim Crawford, Trey Chapman, Cjuck Maley, Mary Ann Dubrowski, Shannon Moudy, Steve Palmer,
Kevin Kimberlan, Andy Rhienfort, Chris Willis.
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Math Club Prepares for Area Competition
This year,s Arlington Heights
High School Math Club was very
receptive to all instructions given
by their sponsor, Mrs. Kathryn
Daniel. Once again Mrs. Daniel
taught club members difficult math
skills. Each Thursday at seven-
thirty in the morning, these am-
bitious students arrived at the
Heights campus to improve
calculating skills and equation solv-
ing. Drills were executed for speed
and accuracy. Number sense was a
main objective in the club's agenda.
In addition to all of this hard work,
the members also prepared for
competition with other schools
around the Fort Worth metroplex.
Serving as this year's officers in
the Math Club were Ronnie Kill-
ingsworth, Anthony Mancuso, and
Carl Palladino, AHHS 1981-82 Math Club Officers Front Row Anthony Mancuso Ronnie Kill
ingsworth. Back Row: Mrs Daniels Carl Palladmo
Math Club Members. Scott Laing, Ronnie Killingsworth, Anthony Mancuso Carl Palladmo Back Row Elsa Vargas Julius Purne
II, Raul Garcia, and Todd Daniels.
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Industrial Arts Competes in City-Wide Fairs
The Industrial Arts Club met
on Wednesday mornings
throughout the year. The pur-
pose of the club was to promote
mechanical skills. The club's
members built projects for com-
petition in industrial art fairs.
Sponsors for the club were Mr.
Phil Blesoe, Mr. David Greer,
Mr. James Luckett, and Mr.
Charles McClure. Officers Scot-
ty Bretz, President, Steven
Greig, Vice-President, Babette
Bogert, Secretary, Terry Skin-
ner, Treasurer, Michael Bell,
Reporter, and Shannon Moudy,
Sergeant-at-Arms, led the new
Industrial Arts Sponsors: Mr. David Greer. Mr. Phil Bledsoe, Mr. James Luckett, club thl'OUgl'l 8 second successful
Mr. Charles McClure. year.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: FRONT ROW: Kathryn Mazy, Vaile Grove, Babette Bogert, Kym Egan, Caren Pack: SECOND
ROW: Brett Shelton, Roger Caronza, Scotty Bretz, Tim McQuatters, Buddy Alexanderg THIRD ROW: Sean Medlin, Steve Greig,
Russell Gardener. John Varner: FOURTH ROW: Michael Bell, Scott McElyze, Matt Blessing. Shannon Moudy, Jeff Lott, Terry
FHA and HECE Train Students on Nutrition
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HECE Members. First Row: Alison Hendrix, April Walton, Donna Ashton. Second Row: Velvet Brown, Carrie Wagner, Sherrill
Curtis, Sonya Bright, Denise Hayden, Khanh Le, Kay Denton, Curtis Alexander, Karon Burn, Rhonda Humphrie. Back Row: John
Mendoza, Clarence Williams, Lois Gibbs fsponsorj, Elizabeth Gillings, Pam Mcgee, Pat Teel, and Manual Lazona.
FHA Club Members. First Row: Rachel Shearin, Glennetta Dixon, Tim Floyd, Chris Heizer, Scott Havis, Sheryl Franklin, Shelly
Mosqueda. Second Row: Cynthia Glen, Tamara Hicks, Cynthia Davis, Renee Brown, Glorine Simpson, Tonya Teafatiller, Debbie
Blessing, Alice King, Mary Anne Dubrowski, Anran Dunkley, Jose Marroquin. Third Row: Regina Dodd, Charles Rosborough,
Steve Booker, Toby Evans, Linda Jackson, Tina Nelms, Susan Burke, Sherry Dehart, Nina Hoffman, Shawn Bershig. Back Row:
Tonya Curtis, Shelly Bruner, Donald Lane, Elise Boswell, Mindy Martin, Rufus Harris, Eric Sutton, Greg Stafford, Cynthia
Megallan, Sandra Lavalley, Darla Hubbard.
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Tri-C Members Improve Looks On The Hill
The Tri-C sponsors were: Mrs. Bettes, Mrs. Fletcher, and Mrs. Hickox.
The Arlington Heights club
has accomplished many projects
this year. This is the club's se-
cond year on the Hill. The
members of the club do not have
to be in a special class or in a
specific grade. Membership is
available to all students who take
an interest in what happens at
Heights. The club's trying to get
students to take pride in the
school. They strive to beautify
the grounds and inform the
students of special activities.
TRI - C has done some
noticeable work at Heights.
Working with the members of
PTC, the lower floor restrooms
were painted with graphic
designs. The club donated
basketball hoop trash cans to the
patio. The students were able to
make a game of pitching trash.
Tri-C Members. Front Row: Jeanne Puelma, Marion Brumley, Anne Creager, Sherrie Perkins, David Farris. Second Row: Christie
Brittingham, Edith Cardenas, Debbie Law, Michelle Mathison. Third Row: Scott Prince, Scott Tims, Susan Creager, Wendy
Cochran, Amy Brittingham. Back Row: Will Waites, Brian Meek, Ann Eastman, Tiffany Davis, Virginia Sanders.
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J ROTC Sponsors Military Ball and Picnic
Through the hard work and
strict discipline that accompanies
being an active participant in the
Junior Reserve Officers Training
Corps, this group of students
found time to sponsor several ac-
tivities including a Military Ball
and an annual picnic.
In preparation for the Annual
Federal Inspection, many
students surpassed difficulties of
their normal routine and worked
very hard. This dedication is one
of the reasons all of the students
passed this detailed inspection.
Daily activities included Field
Problem. This learning ex-
perience involved map and com-
pass reading techniques. The
group of cadets was also respon-
sible for raising and lowering the
flag each day.
All of these factors con-
tributed to the group's reputation
as one of the cities top ranking
ROTC Sponsors: Major Glen Glass and
Master Sergeant William Baker.
Battalion Staff: Front Row: Joanna Migot, Clara Kirby, Daisy Johnson, Alice Clements. Back Row: Clarence Williams, Danny
Gilliam, Gary Little, Raul Garcia, Jr.
Company A: Front Row: Officers: Victor Tucker, Manuel Casarez, Yolanda Hammons. Second Row: Bonita Jones, Arthur Ellison,
Kevin Webb, Robert Hill, Sue Thompson, Tim Floyd. Back Row: Fredrick Shearin, Graylin Wilson, Kevin Dean, Myron Brown,
Gayle Darden, David Shepard, Anthony Ealy, Eric Johnson, Charles Migot, Ed Rychlowski.
ICT Students Earn Class Credit 011-the-J ob
Industrial Cooperative Train- l
ing is a credited work program
available to qualifying students
at Heights. The requirements
are: a student must be either a
junior or senior, and must main-
tain an average grade point.
The program enabled students
to earn school credit while work-
ing. The on-the-job training
allows the students to learn what
the outside business world is like.
The ICT students work in in-
dustrial jobs such as construction
or warehouse businesses.
The students enjoyed the pro-
gram. They are able to leave
school early to go to work. Each
student has to work a minimum
of 15 hours a week.
ICT Sponsor for 198 I -82 school year f Mr. Kamenitsa.
ICT Club Members. First Row: Ronald Paneda, Teresa Rodriquesa, Tim Henson. Kim Campbell, Tracy Ward, Rhys Hickey. Se
cond Row: Mr. Kamenitsa, Scott Brents, Lonnie Phipps, Carry Ward. Third Row: Brian Webb, Tyson Blevins, Glen Woodson
Phillip Walker. Back Row: Van Winklc, Terry Skinner, Brian Car, Robert McKinney, Scott' Mcelyea, Marty Robins.
A PELE Gives Christmas Gifts to the Needy
The Arlington Heights chapter
of Pre-Elementary Laboratory
Education, better known as
PELE to Heights' students, has
participated in many activities
this year. The club sold candy
during November to raise money
for a needy family. The family
was given Christmas gifts and a
The club is divided into two
groups. The advanced students
aid pre-school teachers during
the morning hours, and the first-
year students aid during the
The club is sponsored by Mrs.
Wang and officers are as follows: , g
Laura Vargas, Regina Ward, Kelly Huston, Monica Pena,
Teresa Rodriquez, Christie Brit-
t. h d L. d V PELE Officers. First Row: Laura Vargas. Second Row: Regina Ward, Kelly Huston.
mg am' an m a argas' Third Row: Monica Pena, Teresa Rodriquez. Back Row: Christie Brittingham, Linda
Vargas, and Mrs. Wang.
l'lil.l2 Student Aides. First Row: Mrs. Wang tsponsorl, Mary Ray, Monica Pena, Donna Washington. Second Row: Melissa Smith,
Teresa Rodriquef, Regina Ward, Avancll Stacey. Dawn Holcroft. Third Row: Laura Vargas, Michelle Barcfield, Kelly Huston,
Christie llrittingham, Teri lfelfe. Donna Hannigan. and lilaine English.
DECA Provides Work Experience for Students
Education Clubs of America was
active at Heights again this year.
Early in the year, the group
had an employee-employer
breakfast at Billy Bob's Texas.
This annual event, held to honor
both employees and employers,
was hosted by DECA of AHHS.
The Regional Five Competi-
tion took place in March this
year. The students competed
with the job skills they learned
both in class and on the job.
Categories ranged from
decorating to business skills. The
group sold M and M's to raise
money for this event.
Mrs. Jackie Frazer was the
Officers: Karen Barlow, Treasurer, Debbie Burgin, Secretary, Greg Walker, Finance
Advisor, Susan Burns, Presidentg and Julie Lewis, Vice-President.
DECA. Front Row: Lori Lindsey, Julie Lewis, Vice-President, Rufino Alvarez, Susan Burns, Presidentg Debbie Burgin, Secretary,
Mary Matteson, John Herrera. Second Row: Tracy Mims, Natalie Woodard, Diana Vera, Sheene Cash, Karen Barlow, Treasurer,
Peggy Strong, Alan Cole, Brad Carey, Julie Jones, Amy Goldsmith, Mrs. Frazer. Back Row: Deanette Pharmakis, Wayne
Wiseman, Mark Moreland, Greg Walker, Finance Advisor, Kenneth Kennedy, Steve Milliren, Todd Vincent, Ronnie Gray,
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OEA Helps Prepare Students for the Future
Mrs. Juanita Hamrick sponsored this year's OEA club. . .
The Office Education Associa-
tion club worked on secretarial
skills and learned to operate
various office machines. After
third period, the students left
school to work at secretarial jobs.
In February, the OEA joined
other Fort Worth Public Schools
in Office Skills Competition. The
areas of competition included
Accounting, Typing, Pro-
ofreading, and many more
studies. OEA members were
either juniors or seniors. They
should have completed typing
courses before admittance into
the club. The on-the-job advisors
worked in cooperation with the
teacher in training the students.
The club was sponsored by Mrs.
OEA Club Members. First Row: Linda Bridgewater, Norma Marroquin, Pam Turner, Caroline Hernandez. Second Row: Betty
Gomez, Pam Spivey, Teresa Tigner, Vanessa Powell, Valerie Taylor. Back Row:-Catherine Garcia, Cindy Dickerson, Judy Jones,
Alma Riley, Sulene Roberts, and Carmen Segerra.
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Jacket Journal Provides Award-Winning Paper
Sponsored by Mrs. Gene
Thompson, the All-American
award winning Jacket Journal
Staff learned the importance of
deadlines, good journalism, and
ad campaigning. The Jacket
Journal was also a member of the
Quill and Scroll Society.
This year's editor-in-chief was
Sean Price. Other key positions
were filled by Cecily Stogsdill,
news editor, and Sharon Hat-
field, beat editor. Scott Neely
was sports editor, and Mary Kef-
fer was the business manager.
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Mrs. Gene Thompson lectures her class.
Cecily Stogsdill and Sean Price look over an amusing rookie reporter's story.
David Patterson, John Christie, Debbie Law, and Gwen Newsome look over a story
Cara Palladino hurriedly types copy to make deadline. Sharon Hatfield, Scott Tims, and Becky King check beat stories.
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Cecily Stogsdill, Mike Alread, Jim Jopling, Tom Urquhart, and Jamie McLain work diligently on various sections of the paper.
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Scott Neely and Jay Bell gather information for a sports story.
Mary Keffer double-checks the paper's ad layouts. Sean Price and Ann Creager discuss the good points ofa feature.
Jacket Journal f 89
The Annual Staff Comes Through Once Again
Pandomonium and chaos
reigned in the Publications Of-
fice for the entire year. The An-
nual Staff, led by Bill Jordan and
Darla Bentley, managed to
'squeak through' another edition
of the book.
After the juniors were
educated to the ways of the staff-
ing world, production began.
Learning of quad paks and draw-
ing layouts occupied the first six
weeks of the year. V , ,A
The rest of the time was spent A T p 5
organizing class sections and t
Co-editors Darla Bentley and Bill Jordan.
Student Life. Front Row: Laurie Montgomery, Diane Roberts, Richard Sanders.
Back Row: Bobby Lewellen, Debbie Law. Not pictured - Cathy Craft.
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Sponsor: Mr. "doctor,' Larry Barnes.
"Nurse" Laura Hartman prepares to examine the organizations crew, Renee Baker, Mike Alread, and Jeanne Puelma.
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Sports. First Row: Jennifer Moore, Lauri Happ. Second Row:
Will Waites, Tres Morris. Back R0w1Str-:ve Wolf. The Staffs Photogs: Sherri Perkins, and Pam Mooney.
Yellow Jacket f 91
1981 Season Brings Disappointment to the Hill
Losses plagued the 1981 varsi-
ty football squad. With the early
losses of expected stars Jim
Wood and David Atkins, the
team never gained momentum
and proceeded to lose the first
seven games. But the winning
spirit was revived as the Jackets
claimed a great victory over the
then district leading Dunbar
Wildcats, 14-6. For his perfor-
mance in that game, senior runn-
ingback Craig Holmes received
the Ebby Halliday "Player of the
Enthusiasm was high for the
game against Eastern Hills the
next week but was quickly
supressed as the Highlanders
soundly defeated Heights, 35-3.
The last game of the season
pitted the Yellow Jackets against
the winless Southwest Rebels.
Jacket drive and determination
kept their opponents scoreless in
what was a fitting end to the
season. Glimpses of yesteryear
were shown in the contest as the
team trounced the Rebels, 32-0.
Aldrich Bailey was named Ebby
Halliday "Player of the Week"
for his outstanding defensive
This year's team was held
together by three-year lettermen
Brent Morford, Bob White, and
Aldrich Bailey. Other outstan-
ding players were Dale Watson,
Eric Sutton, Greg Powell, and
Nick Jay. However, the efforts of
these outstanding players failed
to keep the winning tradition
alive on the Hill.
1981 Varsity Football Record
AHHS 0 Arlington 21
AHHS 6 Dallas Carter 25
AHHS 7 Arlington Sam Houston 42
AHHS 7 Trimble Tech 18
AHHS 0 Western Hills 34
AHHS 0 O.D. Wyatt 2l
AHHS 7 Paschal 21
AHHS I4 Dunbar 6
AHHS 3 Eastern Hills 35
AHHS 32 Southwest 0 9
Quarterback Junior Smith hurriedly looks for a receiver before
1981 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Ronnie Deyo, Kyle Risenhoover, Rufus Harris, Junior Smith, Kennedy
Ferrell, Jerome Woolen, Clyde Koontz, Everette Mooney, Chris Lewis, Buddy Alexander, and Andre McDaniel. SECOND ROW
Bubba Chapman, David Nunn, Greg Powell, Bill Cranz, Brett Wyatt, Eric Sutton, David Atkins, Shawn Smith, Hal Brown, Alar
Shipman, and Steve Moody. THIRD ROW: Harold Guimarin, Nick Jay, John Vargas, Warren White, Gary Wells, Mike Malone
Aldrich Bailey, Craig Holmes, Robert Dozier, Bob White, Calvin Stanton, Robert Read, and Sharon Stockton. FOURTH ROW
Jay Bell, Buddy Willy, Mark Mauser, Jim Wood, Dale Watson, Shannon Moudy, Bobby Green, Brent Morford, Brad Baker, anc
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down a Dallas Carter receiver. to the goal line.
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his mighty attempt I0 SCOFG 21l0UCl1Cl0WT1- Ronnie Deyo leads the blocking for Rufus Harris.
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Nick Jay and Bill Cranz combine to halt the progress ofa Wyatt runner.
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Chris Lewis urges the Jackets to victory whilc
awaiting for his alloted game time.
"Between the teeth and over the gums, look out stomach here she comes,!"
gurgles a thirsty Robert A. Johnson.
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Greg Powell flies pasta Paschal defender. Brett Wyatt, Buddy Alexander. and Jay Bell sack the quarterback.
Rufus Harris eludes the grasp ofa potential tackler.
Coach Merlin Priddy gives Robert Dozier encouragement and
strategy for the next offensive play.
After running a fine pass pz1ttern,Gury Wells realizes that he
was not the intended receiver on that play.
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Second Year Jackets Work Hard for the Hill
Drilled by coaches Ron Dickey
and John Leseman, the Junior
Varsity worked hard to win their
first two games. However, as the
season progressed, the J .V. team
lost their next six games. They
rallied in a shut-out against
Eastern Hills with a score of 6-0,
only to be defeated by Southwest
in their next game. Pat Burns
and Bubba Bryant lead the team s is
to 3. 3-7 SCSSOII. The J .V. gridsmen line up for another offensive drive led by Darrell Jenkins.
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Arlington Heights Junior Varisty: FRONT ROW: Todd Mulholland, Jim Ward, Scott Youngblood, Stephen Salley, Houston Mo
ford, Eddie Lewis, Jim Winn, Mike Ayres, Phil Taggart. BACK ROW: Coach Ron Dickey, Travis Palmer, Pat Burns, Tony Hut
son, Bubba Bryant, Charles Mann, Alan Houk, Eric Evans, Kurt Van Hofwegen, Jeff Tadda, Darrell Jenkins, Terry Powell, Coac
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Freshman GridderseEnd With Successful Year
The Freshmen football team
got off to a slow start with only
one win in their first six games.
But as the season progressed they
finished by winning four straight
games to make their record 5-4.
Anchoring the defense were Jeff
Wolf and Tony Johnson while
the offense was led by Brian
Larkins and Steve Gauntt. The
F rosh defense was outstanding as
they stopped their opponents' of-
fensive game many times.
Coached by Jimmy Jenkins and
Larry Waters, the team worked
Billy Quigley leads the Freshmen, while Chris Chevreaux blocks on the weak-side. long and hard.
FRONT ROW: Manager, Khristian Gardner, Tim Mauser, Billy Quigley, Steve Gauntt, Eddie Henson, Doug Franke, Otis Russel,
Beau Weaver, Anthony Fish, Jose Marroquin. SECOND ROW: George Gamez, Tony Johnson, Chris Chevreaux, Edward Hender-
son, Elston Howard, Bret Helmer, Jeff Wolf, Leroylexander, Randy Burns, Brian Larkins, Tony Ruiz. BACK ROW: Darryl Cheek,
Paul Hryekewicz, Ray Barnes, Ben Barlow, Shawn Mullins, Tyrell McClanahan, Jerry Smith, Harold Montroy, Kevin Newton,
Matt Driscoll, David Dozier, Cliff Zachry.
Freshmen Football f 99
Cagers Bring Successful Season to Heights
For the first time since 1972,
Heights Varsity Basketball team
had a winning season. Coach
Johnny Nabors, seeking respec-
tability for his program, gained it
with his primarily senior squad.
Key players Chris Hunt, Mark
Miller, Tres Morris, Paul Otte,
Ronnie Smith, and David Wig-
gins, combined to produce the
unpredictable offensive game
characteristic of the Jackets'
season. The team attained
notoriety by securing a 13-4
preseason record, which included
two tournament consolation
championships. The Jackets end-
ed the season at 19-12.
During the Eastern Hills game Coach Nabors gives instructions to David Wiggins
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THE 1981-82 AHHS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: David Wiggins, Troy Booker, David Atkins. BACK
ROW: Coach Johnny Nabors, Chris Hunt, Glen Elder, Ronnie Smith, Tres Morris, Paul Otte, Mark Miller, Charles Darden.
100 X Basketball
Showing his excellent form, Mark Miller attempts a shot. Paul Otte extends his body to score against O.D. Wyatt.
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Laying it off the glass, Tres Morris reaches for the hoop. Ronnie Smith shoots despite numerous Dunbar defenders.
Varsity Basketballf lOl
J .V. Hoopsters Experience Pride, Humility
The Arlington Heights J.V.
basketball team was led by
starters Jesse Davis, Steve
Feldman, Tyrone Lane, Eric Mc-
Clanahan, and Andrew Mitchell.
Preparing the team for next
year's varsity competition was
Coach Larry Waters, in his
fourth year at Heights. The team
fared well in most all phases of
their season, winning numerous
Sophomore Jesse Davis eyes the bucket.
Andrew Mitchell exhibits expert free throw shooting technique
THE 1981-82 AHHS JV BASKETBALL TEAM. Front Row: John Mitchell, Jesse Davis, Steve Feldman, Trey Hodge Byron
Larkins. Back Row: Eric McClanahan, Andrew Mitchell, Chris Wagnon, Tyrone Lane.
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Height and Strength Aid Freshman Cagers
The Freshman basketball
team began this season with an
awesome number of victories, but
didn't fare quite so well in
district competition. The team
has good potential and should
make an excellent junior varsity.
Starters for the frosh team were
Ben Barlow, Steve Booker, Steve
Durham, C. Rosborough, and
Charles Rosborough tries to outjump a Southwest opponent as Michael Ross looks on. Steve Durham shows his ability.
THE 1981-1982 AHHS Freshman Team. Front Row: Anthony Johnson, Ricky Burns, Sam Caldwell, Michael Ross, Steve
Durham, Elston Howard. Back Row: Coach John Leseman, Lawrence Alexander, Michael Wilcox, Antonio Wallace, Kevin Mit-
chell, Ben Barlow, Steve Booker.
Freshman Basketball f 103
Girls, Basketball Teams Have Best Year Ever
This yearis girls' basketball
team made many improvements
as they worked hard under new
coach, Sylvia McClure. Led by
starters Kim Dirks, Deborah
Jackson, Denise Kirkley, Merle
Miller, and Olivia Russell, the
team exemplified good teamwork
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Kim Dirks shoots from among foes.
Deborah Jackson protects the ball carefully as she brings it down the court
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Front Row: Ella Jackson, Joyce Pratt, Deborah Jackson, Vikki Bell, Londa Brown
Back Row: Kim Dirks, Darlene Bridgewater, Olivia Russell, Denise Kirkley, Merle Miller, and Coach Sylvia McClure.
104 Girls' Basketball
Volleyballers Display Improvement This Year
Front Row: Tammy White
Courtney Hill, Renee Burns
. Manager. Second Row: Delta Walker, Alecia Loredo.
. Back Row: Kate Curtis, Anna Contreras, Michele Lane.
The Arlington Heights
volleyball team lived up to this
year's expectations - they did
improve. Having won two of
their sixteen games, the Varsity
showed a definite improvement
from last year's ac-
complishments. However, the
Junior Varsity met many dif-
ficult obstacles, thus ending up
winless. Playing numerous
outstanding opponents, the J.V.
failed to bring the Hill a victory.
The volleyballers developed
high-slam techniques to make up
for their lack of heighth.
With leadership from team
captain Courtney Hill, the team
worked long and hard and ex-
pects to be even better in next
year's competition. Both teams
were organized by Ms. Mickey
Pelley and Mrs. Linda Szot.
Front Row: Star Mosely. Lori Holland, Susan Goodwin, Tina Denton, Lorena Lopez, Elizabeth Good. Back Row: Tammy White,
Liz Reyna, Jennifer Mayo, Melissa Holman, Aleeca Gray. Yvette Oakes, Carolyn Norlander, Melinda Little, Shelly Bantau.
Volleyball f 105
Linksters Tee-off for District Championship
Golfers shot for the birdies this
year in hope of taking the varsity
district championship. With
most of last year's team return-
ing, Golf coach Rob Dixon ex-
pected this year's team to do even
better. They placed well in fall
tournaments with a first place in
the West Fort Worth Invita-
tional and a second place in a
Dallas Woodlawn tournament.
The girls team included state
ranked Kim Durks who placed in
state tournament medalist com-
petition last year and was ex-
pected to repeat that perfor-
mance. Other girl golfers includ-
ed Amy Franks and Peppie
Duke Chairez lines up a long putt. Todd Franks lays-up for a chip shot.
Golf Team. FRONT ROW: Derrick Randall, Del Juan Johnson, Carl Wentworth, Andy Stevens, Kelly Foy, Matt Posey, Sam
Burkett, Craig Deen, Walter Reynolds, Gary Dehart, John Anthony. SECOND ROW: Dwight Green, Steve Palmer, Duke
Chairez, Steve Wolf, Richard Butler, Scott Neely, Mark Stubbeman, Scott Metcalf, Clayton Alexander, Bill Westerheide, Jan
Alfredson, Robert Petry. TOP ROW: Steve Murrin, Todd Franks, John Solberg, Kris Hertel, Cameron Jones, Gage Yeager, John
Whitaker, Caarlos Mendoza, Todd Daniel, Kevin Gildard, Kelly Harris, Curt Howard, Kelly Rogers, Coach Rob Dixon.
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Girls GolfTeam. FIRST ROW: Antruan Dunkley, Holly Haas, Jeanie Tave, Amy Franks, Kim Dirks. SECOND ROW: Catherine
Courtney, Elyn Honts, Peppi Knox, Le Ann Dearen, Stephanie Reynolds, Megan Mctilf, Angie Goff, Coach Rob Dixon.
Kim Durks sets up on the ball . . . brings up the backswing. . . and wham! the ball's on its way.
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Tankers Leave Wake in D1str1ctCompet1t1on
The Arlington Heights, Swim
Team went undefeated in their
first six meets this year. The
Jacket Swim Team is the only
team in Fort Worth history to re-
main undefeated in Dual Meet
Competition. Guided by first-
year coach, David Dodson, the
team practiced every day at
Center from 2:00 to 5:00.
Coach David Dodson.
Front Row: Anthony Mancuso, Kcllen Slagle, Teresa Croft Michelle Batterson Paula Roberts Jackie Early Lisa Maddux Wendy
Cochrane, Denise Boehm. Back Row: George Smith Kathy Doyle Mark Summers Rob Delbridge Scott Summers Mike Millican
Joey O'Brian, Bernadett Young, Chris Willis, Tim Doyle Jesse Funk Amy Witherite Lisa Anderson Coach David Dodson
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Boys' Soccer Team Places Emphasis on Goals
Under the direction of Coach
Ronald Adcock, the Boys, Soccer
Team got off to a good start.
Despite inclement weather
conditions, the boys kept to their
schedules and sometimes ended
up playing in sub-zero
Team captains were Raymond
Gonzales, Shawn Smith, and
Scott Thomas, goalie.
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FRONT ROW: Alex Tins, Tan Nguyen, Raymond Gonzales, Mims Talton, Drew Jones, Todd Carter, David Gonzales. BACK
ROW: Terry McAdams, Glenn Bearden, Armando Chavella, Tim Heikkennen, .lack Powell, Bobby Lewellen, Jamie McClean,
Coach Adcock, Tony Ruiz.
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Girls Soccer Heads in the Right Direction
This yearls soccer team got off
to an excellent start. Led by
Coach Jimmy Jenkins, the group
worked mainly on stamina and
Part of their workout included
an around-the-school run, yo-
yos, offensive and defensive
drills, windsprints, and stretching
The team performed well
under bad weather, keeping their
opponent's scoring to a
FRONT ROW Lisa Hughes Mary Alice Jones Tonya Teafatiller Leslie Howeth SECOND ROW: Mary Keffer, Susan Burns,
Debbie Law Jane Foster BACK ROW Cheryl Aimee Suzanne McGown Patti Leggett Allison Barker.
Girls' Soccer f lll
Tracksters Sprint into District Competition
Coach Galliga, who served his fl ,, , Q 'gpm
twelfth year as head coach of the ' ""'m' is '
boys track team, was excited e
about the season.
The tracksters worked really N.
hard this year and showed great
potential. They performed well in
all of their meets. Outstanding
members were Robbie Spence,
Carl Palladino, Tim McDaniel, 3 t
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Boys Track Team. Front Row: Joe Absalon, Marshall Williams, Shawn Smith, Jamie McLain, Harry Brants, Chris Wolfe, Harald
Cussniek. Second Row: Terry Powell, Tim Smith, Carl Palladino, Bobby Green, David Dozier, Jim Wynne. Third Row: Michael
McLain, Sean Medlin, Mark Marquez, Mike Marquez, John Profitt, Phil Taggart, Jerome Woolen, Fourth Row: Leroy Alexander,
Shannon Moudy, Bubba Bryant, Billy Quigley, Kyle Risenhoover, Chris Chevreaux. Fifth Row: Rich Poundstone, Danny Gilliam,
Raul Garcia, Julius Bernnell, Darrell Jenkins, Charles Williams, Lee Baker, Rufus Harris. Back Row: John Mitchell, Timothy
McDaniel, Michael Ayers, Adriene Trotty.
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A strenuous hurdler clears the hurdle by a few inches. David Dozier utilizes techniques Coach Galiga taught him.
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Daily Workouts Prepare Team for Competition
The Arlington Heights girls'
track team got off to a running
Tiffany Davis, the only return-
ing senior, led the track team this
year. Other top runners included
Tonya Tatifiller, Jeri Kent,
Denise Kirkley and Helen
The team was coached by Jim-
my Jenkins, who put the team
through many rigorous practices.
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Girls Track Team, Front Row: Amy Fox, Kelly Franklin, Becky Dry, Sara Anthony, Allison Paulas, Glenetta Dixon, Donna
Cooper, Susie Que, Suzanne McGowan. Second Row: Mary Helen Nelson, Celeste Cummings, Jeri Kent, Patti Franke, De De
Ellis, Holly McLain, ernie Young. Third Row: Ann Bowlin, Portia Smith, Shirley Jenkins, Virginia Sanders, Crystal Davis, Becky
Saddler. Back Row: Teri Read, Vicki Clark, Sheronda Banks, Tonya Tafifillar, Jackie Leng, lnoa Rollins.
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Varsity Tennis Players Beat District Teams
The Arlington Heights varsity
tennis team had an exciting year
with new coach, Sylvia McClure.
The boys' team consisted of
Lance Fuller, Steve Johnson,
seniors, John Herrera, David
Koehn, juniors, Rusty Witcher,
sophomore, and a strong
youngster, Todd Rapp.
The girls, team consisted of
Lauri Rapp, senior, Martha
Brigance, Marion Brumley,
Cathleen Milligan, juniors,
Alison Barker, and Maggie
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Todd Rapp watches the ball as he attempts a passing shot. Martha Brigance concentrates as she hits her backhand.
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John Herrera follows through on a beautiful forehand. Rusty Witcher remains in the point by throwing up a lob.
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AHHS TENNIS TEAM. Front Row: Lance Fuller, Maggie McGrew, Lauri Rapp, Annette Mann, Carla Brumley, Vicki England,
Susan Pattillo, Camille Curry, John Proffit, Coach Sylvia McClure. Second Row: Jay Dill, Scott Prince, Alison Barker, Chris Kib-
bie, Martha Brigance, Marion Brumley, Cathleen Milligan, Melinda Silman, Allison Paulus, Heather Scott, Monty Phillips, Mike
Ziegler. Back Row: Bob Keetch, Brian Rodriquez, Mike Landers, Todd Rapp, Rusty Witcher, John Herrera, David Koehn, Steve
Johnson, Clement DeLaCruz, Eric Ewing, Bo Lasater.
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Varsity Baseball Team Awaits District Foes
This yearis Varsity baseball
team, led by seniors Duke
Chairex and Tres Morris, slid in-
to district competition against
Dunbar. Games with Lewisville,
Sam Houston, and Weatherford
were played as warm-ups for the
oncoming district season. Coach
Larry Wood expected this year's
team to take a shot at the district
championship and carry on into
the state tournament. District
games were played at Southwest
and newly dedicated Lon Golds-
tein field versus other district
foes such as Southwest, Paschal,
and Western Hills.
Before the beginning of the
district season the team played in
the Austin Invitational Tourna-
ment where funds were raised by
selling hats in late January. A
new baseball field was also
erected at the other side of the
top field, complete with dugouts
and a new batting tunnel.
Gary Wells winds up to deliver the ball to second base from his outfield post
Duke Chairez's eyes follow his pitch into the strike Zone. "Got it" muses a joyous Todd Franke after a leaping catch
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1982 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Top Row: James Mann, Nick Jay, Jeff Uecker, Valdie Sanchez, Alan Houk, Mike Malone,
Todd Franke, Troy Tuomey, Tim M. Daniel. Middle Row: Tito Delacruz, Steve Wolf, Mark Mauser, Chris Lewis, Rudy Sotelo,
Gary D. Wells, Alan Shipman, Bottom Row: Duke Chairez.
Some would-be coaches instruct Chris Lewis on batting form. Steve Wolf shows his method of the complete follow-through.
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Junior Varsity Baseballers Aim at the Top
The Junior Varsity baseball
team worked at obtaining the
elusive perfect season for their
coach Mike Wood after two near
miss seasons. With 26-2 and 27-1
seasons for the last two years,
Coach Wood hoped this team
would do it for him. Led by
freshman pitcher Tim Mauser
and third baseman Carlos Men-
doza, the team tried to put on a
performance that would lead
them to the district
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Freshmen Team Prepares for a Tough Season
Freshman baseball players,
with new coach John Leseman,
tried to carry on the winning
tradition of the Heights frosh
team. Working hard in lieu of the
eight game district season, long
hours of baseball training were
logged for the future varsity
An outfielder dashes for a high fly ball.
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1982 Cheerleaders Shoot for National Title
Under the direction of Coach Reed many changes were made
in this year's varsity cheerleading
squad in order to strive for a
more powerful looking team that
was appealing to crowds. Among
these changes were sharper arm
motions and simple cheers that
were easily picked up.
After winning the Southwest
District Texas Championship in
San Marcos, the cheerleaders
placed second in the Southwest
Regional Tournament. This vic-
tory gave them a bid to Orlando,
Florida where they placed fifth
in the National title.
The 1982 varsity cheerleaders demonstrate their expertise in pyramid building.
1982 varsity cheerleading squad and mascot, Queen Bee. Center: Queen Bee, Diane Roberts. Front Row: Elsie Hodges, Renee
Shackleford, Laura Hartman, Jennifer Hardgrove, Stacy Hendrickson, Robin Meyer. Back Row: Fred Becera, Preston White, Troy
Rynd, Coach T.K. Reed, Mitchell Nelson, Jim Rogers, Joey Galindo.
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'Light as a feather," grunts Troy Rynd and Preston White.
The cheerleaders perform their routine for the Nationals.
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.I,V. Squad. Girls: Courtney Cranz, Jeri Kent, Missy Sandoval,
Annette Mann, Laura Roels. Boys: Scott Prince, Martin
Valdez, Jay Dill, Geoffrey Toothe, Bob Keetch.
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Meek and Keffer Gain Faculty's Recognition
Brian Meek Mary Keffer
Senior Class President Journalism
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Top Honors are Awarded to Maxwell and Morris
Laura Maxwell Tres Morris
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Ted Trahan Jennifer Moore
Student Body President Leadership
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Staffers Receive Publication Honors
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Dr. I. Carl Candoli lead the Fort Worth Independent
School District through yet another progressive and pro-
The completion of the Wilkerson-Greines Activity
Center was the highlight of this year's School Board.
Mr. Tommy Thompson, Assistant Superintendent, and
other dignitaries presided over the formal opening Thurs-
day, December 17.
The Grand Opening made use of all of the center's many
facilities. The 5040 seat gym hosted exhibition basketball
and volleyball games, while area swim teams performed in
the 50-meter Olympic size pool. Through the evening,
members from Fort Worth's High school bands performed
on the center's expandable stage. The huge facility also
boasts concession stands, three dressing rooms, and con-
Another function of the Activity Center is to house con-
vocation and graduation ceremonies. The Class of ,82 was
the girst group to graduate at the new center.
When the Activity Center is not being used by the
district, the school board rents the building to various
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Fort Worth School Board
Mrs. Mollie Lasater Dr. Richard O,Neal, President Mrs. Pat Shannc
Mr. Carlos Puente Mr. William Johnson Mr. Stan Harrc
Mrs. Maudri Walton Mr. David Bloxom Mr. Bill Ellio
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Mrs. Frances Alles Returns to Lead the Hill
Arlington Heights welcomed
vIrs. Frances Alles back to the
Flill this year as principal.
Mrs. Alles taught P.E. one
fear at Heights. After the forma-
.ion of Western Hills, High
School, she became vice-
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Lion which she held for ten years.
She later became the Assistant
Director of Secondary
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came back to Heights to begin
her new job as "Leader of the
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Principal, Frances Alles
"The positive attitude and
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Heights the best."
Mrs. Frances Alles
Vice-Principal, Ray Crosslin Vice-Principal, Montier Tomlinson Vice-Principal, Joe Standifer
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Advisors Continue to Assist the Students
Joe Paul Taylor
"Yes we are amused," says a delighted Miss Stovall.
Mr. Barnes gets caught by a roving photo
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Stacy Hendrickson Greg Poweli
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David Alexander Jon Alfredson
"Should I tell him where his arm is?" asks Dale Watson of Bill Cranz.
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Alvarez Lisa Anderson Kelly Andress Mark Norma
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Tim Robert Do71er Ann Dubrowski
Ann Eastman Kim Egan
Steven Diaz Diane Donahue
Allen Richard Dotson
Jack Estes lll Toby Kay Evans Alex Falcon
Laura Hartman displays her disco moves.
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Yolanda Garcia Russell Gardner Betty Gomez Michael Gonzalez Wilshcarinc Grant
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Kyle Risenhoover starts his research while trying h1s hardest to have a successful first term theme 1n Engllsh seven
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Freshmen Make New Friends on the Hill
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Freshmen Contribute to Spirit of Heights
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Freshmen f 247
Basham, Klm p. 61
Bashannwliristy p. 1
Battersdn, Nlgfchelle p
Bentley. Darla p. 161
Bersehig, Shawn p. 21 1
Bertram, Chris p. 161
NNBertram, Susan p. 230
Q enise p. 21 1
Bn .. im p. 161
Binkleyi eslie p, 193
Suzie p. 231
Jeffrey p. 161
Foster, Jan p
Fox, Amy p. 234
Foy, Craig p. 197
Foy, Kelly p. 234
Frank, Thomas p. 234
Franke, Doug p. 234
Franke, Patty p. 197
Franklin, Cheryl p. 214
Franklin, Kelli p. 234
Franklin, Mark p. 197
Franks, Amy p. 234
Todd p. 197
Lacynthia p. 235
Amy p. 198
Betty p. 167
Theresita p. 198
Andy p. 235
Raymond p. 215
Maichael p. 167
Liz p. 235
Edith p. 215
Susan p. 235
Ralph p. 215
Gray, Gina p. 235
Gray, Richard p.
Gray, Ronny p
Green, Ginny p.
Green, Jimmy p.
Lee p. 1
Kris p. 168
E p. 150
Amanda p. 199
Hill, Cindy p. 215
Hill, Courtney p. 199
Hill,Gerald p. 168
Hill,'Robert p. 199
.I7Iillard,,Reese p. 215
Hampton, James p. 167
Hoang, Trang p. 168
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P- 150 168
Holcroft, Dawn p. 168
Holcroft, Kelly p. 215
Holland, Brian p. 236
Holland, Cori p. 236
Holloway, Laura p. 199
Holmes, Craig p. 169
Holmes, Jim p. 215
Holmes, Michelle p. 236
Holmes, Theo p. 199
Holt, Geoffrey p. 215, 6
Holt, Jay p. 199
Holt, Jenny p. 168
Honts, Elyn p. 215
Hopkins, Lisa p. 168
King, Ben p
McGrew, Maggiep 2l8
McGee, Pamela p 172
McCain, Holly p
McLain, Jamiep 201
McMillan .Iohnnyp 172
McMinn Kirkp 172
McMurtray Walterp 239
McMurtray Mikep 172
McQuatters Timp 218
Maag, Sydney p 201
Madormo Tonyp 218
Magallon Cynthiap 238
Magallon Veronicap 218
Maldonado Michellep 238
Malone, Mike p 201
Mancuso Anthonyp 218
Mann, Annettep 238
Mann, Jameep 172
Manry, Shannon p 172
Marino, Paul p 172
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Otis, Laura p. 175
Otte, Paul p. 175
Owens, Diana p.
Pack, Caren p. 175
Palladino, Cara p. 202
Pallodino, Carl p, 175 Trey p,
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Lou p. p. 241
Siege p Andrea p. 17556
' ' Blake p. 202 A Richtu
N Pearce, Mary p. 175 Riley, Alma p
Palm, Chris p. 2152
Palmer, Karl p.
Palmer, Martha fl5
Palmer, Steven p. 220
Palmore, Sharon p. 220
Rene p. 241
MARY p. 155
Betsy p. 241
Travis p. 220
Frances p 220 Ra
John p. 220
Pena, David p. 241 Riley, Mia p
Monica p. Riley,
Diane p. 1
Glenda p. 1
Paula p. 202
Sulene p. 1
Rodriguez, Brian p.
Rodriguez, Maria p.
Rodriguez, Teresa p. 1
Tony p. 242
Stuart, Donna p. 7 ,
tubbeman, Mark p. 180
trong, Peggy p. 204
Greg p. 180
Lisset p. 242
Mark p. 2
Scott p. 180
p. 242 Eric p. 180
Brenda p. 204
Blake p. p. 156
Darla p. 242
p 242 Terry p
p. 222 Salina p.
p. 203 Slaton, Rocky Ph1lP 4. VI,
p. 222 Slavik, Angie 'gui' 5 ff .
p. 177 Smelko, ' Y' ' 7'
p.177 Snnth, P'150
Y p. 155 Smith,
p. 222 Smith,
Barbara p. 177
Lisa p. 203 '
ROUTEN, JANE p.
Sanders, Beverly p
Sanders, Johnny p. 222
Sanders, Richard p. 178
Sanders, Virginia p.
Sanderson, Becky p
Sandoval, Missy p.
Sanford, Carla p. 178
Sankery, Susie p. 178
Santana, Jenny p. 242
Saxon, Jewel p. 242
Sayles, Gina p. 178
Schafrick, Bridget p.
Schrum, Tammy p. 1
Schrum, Thomas p. 222 ,,,,..,,
Schwarz, Kay p. 178
Scot, Ken p. 203 -5-
Scott, Heather p. 242
p. 243 P- 156
Soto, Ines p.
Southern, Amanda p. ' ' 243
Sparks, Doug p. 180 TOITI 224
Sparks, Susannah p. 243 Trahan, T 181
Spence, Robert p. 180 Trevino, Irmglp. 181
Spencer, Celia p. 204 Trotter, Eric lg 204
Spencer, Robert p. 204 Trotter, Kit p.,224
S encer, Tina . 204 Trout, Candy p. 243
Sgero, Zorina 204 Trujuillo, Fernando 181
Sperry. Robert p. 223 ggllis, Christy p.
Spivey, Pam p. 204 Q A ' umlinson
Spraggins, Jeff p. 22 'A E
Spurgeon, Patti p. ' S
Stailey, Judy p. 243 n M, 5
STANDIFER, JOE S 1 9
Stanton, Calvin p. 1 A U
Stargell, Aubrey p. Jeff P:
Stephens, Kay p. 243 Sheffl
Stepp, Rhonda p. 1 '
Stevens, Andy p. 2
Stogsdill, Cecily p. 1
Stone, will pt 243 Valades,Jam1e p. 243
Stockton. Sharon p. 223 Valadezr
Stovall, Brant p. 243 Valadez
254 f Index
WALKER, STEPHEN p. 156
Wagner, Carrie p.205
Wagnon, Chris p. 225
Waites, Will p. 205
Waldon, Larry p. 205
Walker, Delta p. 182
Walker, Gregory p. 205
Walker, Mary p. 225
Walker, Monique p. 225
Walker, Patience p. 244
Wall, Courtney p. 244
Walner, Tracie p. 225
Walraven, Gens p. 244
Walraven, Ty p. 205
Walton, April p. 182
Walton, Jerry p. 225
WANG, GWEN p. 157
WARD, GLENDA p. 1
Ward, Jackson p. 182
Ward, James p. 225
Ward, Regina p. 205
1, Tracy p. 182
ARREN, JACK p. 157
ATERS, LARRY p. 157
Dale p. 182
Watson, Doreen p. 205
Whitaker p. 205
White, Anna p. 244
White, Bob p. 182
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Williamson, Greg p. 245
WILLINGHAM, JERRISUE p 15
Willis, Chris p. 225
Willis, Greg p. 183
Buddy p. 205
Glen p. 245
Jim p. 225
Frank p. 225
Wolfe, Thori p. 183
Wood, Jim p. 183
Wood, Karen p. 245
WOOD, LARRY p. 157
WOOD, MIKE p. 157
Woodard, Diane p. 205
Woodson, Angie p. 205
Woodson, Glen p. 205
Woodward, Natalie p. 183
Woolen, Brenetta p. 225
Wooten, Angela p. 225
Wooten, Marty p. 245
Workman, Steve p. 205
Worrell, Patty p. 245
Wright, Angela p. 205
Wright, Danny p. 225
Wright, Jeffrey p. 183
Wright, Lajauna p. 225
Wyatt, Brett p. 183
Gage p. 205
Ann p. 205
Mike p. 245
We would like to express our
deepest thanks to the 1982
Yellow Jacket sponsor, Mr.
Larry Barnes, for his patient
guidance through which this
book became a reality. We also
wish to extend that gratitude to
the Annual Staff for their hard
work. And above all to the
students and faculty of Heights
for giving a reason to produce
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