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

 - Class of 1985

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Student Life .... 142 Index .... . . . I' Qi , f . , L. ,, L' 5 fx, wo ro : exxo Q03 0- d ' VOX' on SO 'K "'Srn,. .. wO0d' 4 'ry 'COUld 00 1 S 1 A k g X I. - q ,. .- ,. . -I-1 V f . 1 ' I . .ti . 'Q Us 1 5 J ' A n H I Q . f I M lf OW -ww' ' q g 7 , N 1 i J 2 ond - v ' ed be ons ,-,OV V ' 6 ond Xooxk elef, long I STOO ' 1 I d F aw 1 I Own one Os for Q5 xcovxd warm:- 3 i . X-rx. kb. 4-Q1 fo 1 ,N-df' QA X . mv., A it . N 4 i 'ff' M ' WSG Undergfowm' 'hen TOOK f' S ff bent K0 we fmw..'5 4L'vxv'i?l!..'-:I N- 41:1 ' xv t 'ff 1: i 3 J' x , x ! f f I F a1 f 5 The b , er . . fhe of GQOOQ 'Sf cloum '5 . Q N jusr 05 fmt Gnd N ' ii 0 x , S vi . V, 7:59 -, . 3 'l H, Q, C5 weor: thou . Q00 I we Qh Qs for ef! , . , , lg, 1 im A-1 Q.. ' Q , 2 K IH. 142, , 'Sly ' ff, V 1 K9 .fji ff X' ,l hd,-1 df , .4 W 'ff 'gf ,f y ww 'vs OSSXGQ , K - 1 484- Lf 513,55 F' si, rf . f, .,.,. L., , I 9 I .4 c .., 0' lim F n 3 QQ in I We -l an ,: 5 x ..-21 Nfm. 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There are those, however, that have a great impact on our lives. It is with these choices that wisdom and guidance is needed. There is a person here at Heights who readily and willing- ly offers encouragement along with sound advice. Whetherit is a minor choice, such as choosing a report topic, or a major deci- sion, there is a mature, caring voice to advise. It is the in- dividual to whom the 1985 Yellow Jacket is dedicated. Our source of inspiration: MRS. JOAN VINSON DEDICATEE 1985 n MRS. J AN VINSON 1 N, w , A. ...xuixh 'RXQQ - T lv-Y - --WAW lv' v ,Avi v , . 1 1 , . 1 . , 1 1 1. 1 ff 1 , . .1 ' 1, , . , ' .1 .Q - .gl g. 1 ' . ? il ii 1 1 1,4 4' 'i' 't 'V 1 figjiff I1 av : . 1 11 1 , kj' 1 11 1 'Q 11 xg'-':FiX" ,Q 1 ' K ."3' 1 1 , I ,,,. . W- 1 A 1 ..- 1 . 1, A . 1 I 1 1 X m--,p ...,. 1 1 1 u 11 1 ' 111 W K 1, V 1, , Q 5 1, 1 x, 1Q.1 ,V Wxf' 3 ' ir A 1 M ,,1., 1 . I1 F W Q I 'ff 1 'mx 1? ' ' 1, 1 1 11 xx I, 11 11 1, :1 f 1 1 1 -Q 1 16 j People I People f 17 School Board Receives Top Honors in the State The Fort Worth School Board had a very I successful year. The state decided on new, more ,U , 0 rigorous requirements and the school board en- by gy forced them. They implemented the new Q :.f i V M grading system that excluded the grade of"Df, 5. K A I t s,y, T a Q . The board worked very hard and their efforts Z g A 2 it were rewarded. "The Fort Worth Board of y i er 7 sf ' T Education was selected as the outstanding it . . 5, board in the state for 1984 by the Texas T' 4' M Association of School Administrators," stated f. 5 y . ti yy.y 152 Joe Sherrod, Director of Communications for A , the district. "The award was presented to the 'ff' fi -i board at the annual convention of TASA and - f f Aiis i 4. TASB in San Antonio on September 3O." r ii't , ,,' 2 y't'? Superintendent I. Carl Candoli ifv i i V : NWN Fort Worth School Board: Front Row: T. A. Sims, Secretaryg H. Richard O'Neal, Presidentg Mollie Lasater, Vice President. Back Row: Arturo Pena, Bill Elliott, Maudrie Walton, Suzanne Lasko, Jocelyn Wuester, Loftin Witcher. 18 f School Board A. Principal: Frances Alles ,..w 41. ,,.....--- -------11 l Q 6i',,'e,g,-M, V - L 1 is X , 4' ii " 'L' i. A 5 -""'N'-sw.. ...lc W X Vice-Principal: Richard Bogusch Mi .' 3 il Q Z if L - fa e A, if x A , is . is sygz . . if 2' 5 Wi . W V5 5. Q,-Q. o 3 W - 5 4., il-' - 5 ' L -LMT-AU O I 5 . , A ,M JEFQQ VW- QM 3-ima' 'Nd x Vice-Principal: Montier Ve Tomlinson Vice-Principal: Ramon Vega Administrationf 19 20 f Faculty Staff Monitors and Adapts to Changes on the Hill -. I1 kqkggyrvf N V zu: M Jo Adkins Paula Alvarez Liz Bobbin Sara Brian Lori Bruns an Q! . I Innlllgfv Mrs. Fish calls another parent to insure that an ailing student can return home. Evelyn Collins Catherine Dyer Jackie Fish Bill Foster Nadine Grigsby QN 5 t V 'X-Sax V, v W' ' if rl . :, up 'Wei if, , X 5 'FV N lag.. N Rohelia Hawkins Shirley Hubby Darla Kent Betty Key Paulette Lyons v' ' , t ,. f A 2' H , 3 Y fa"ff ff l ' S W' c' t ' ,t " y s ' . ' .. ig. .' I ,. - W gl. , , K -W .4-.4 in . - sith Mfg' K gif? gf 1-'93 ' I ZTlikxilrgii-I:-4.eiff,Pi' '63i.i5w George Ruffin Patsy Smallwood Joe Paul Taylor Glenda Ward James Williams sf-1 :-i-I' xi? N .4 - ' Q' M i " A fi, .t 4iifWP'a'- Q A df vi' Rev. shows his excitement as he catches another student without a pass. "I think it is time for a coffee break," declares Mrs. Ward. Faculty f 21 22 f Faculty Faculty Members Adjust to New Grading System 'I param t 2 QQL..-we Johnnie Anderson Marilyn Ankenbauer Dane Argentini Janis Arnett Flavin Arseneau i'iQ K William Baker Marie Beattie 'nl' Mr. Argentini displays his pleasure in becoming a faculty member at Heights. Marilyn Bettes Rosemary Burton Betty Clayton WE ' gf, Raw-4 V :-f-.,., Eve Robert Dixon X ,fp . t . Ernestine Cohee Dixie Cunningham Jacqulyn Curry Kathryn Daniel . ,N ,W,,, I., - W ' N Lilf.. E-X - x 4' ,s -1.51 A A A 4 fn A " t in 'fav in 'Ai ""l'L.h f ' : :ar N' C of Jffllllt alflllli Thomas Elliott Chris Franczyk Jacqueline Frazer Joseph Galiga fix 'Qt TT w Cheryl Girton Glen Glass Helen Hale Juanita l-lamrick l Lawrence Harvey -:fn s 5 ,, - .el H Q .T A fx - V- 2. lQx I 1 f 1 I t W x Pamela Havener Jeanine Hutson Jimmy Jenkins Ronald Johnson James King llli John Leseman Coaches John Leseman, Larry Waters, Ronnie Cox, and Thomas Elliott take a break to discuss e the next offensive play. J James Luckctt X.. , . ,. V. kiwi 'X Mary Marsh Charles McClure Cora Miller Rcgena Morris Evelyn Morrison Faculty f 23 24 f Faculty "l I, Yrs! , 1 1 agp if W : 4. ff, . . fi: agar 1'-" ' ' 3 , -' L 'A- iffigxg, ! " .- i 'rx ef X S Laura Morton Nancy Murray Johnn Vivian Murphey Mary Murphy 4 M r r,r.!f Mary Parham Mick Gul'- Maggie Porter -qs-4 y Nabors ey Pelley Jane Routen U ,ff ' i"i 'mr fa- r a i - ' 4 Mr. Tisdale dreams of what the wonderful summer months will fi YR X, f be like- L iv orma Sivers A Paulsmigh Wrwav ' . K Dona Stovall Linda Szot Henry Tate Barbara Taylor Mary 'KJ ann Testa I f Eugenia Thomas'-n ? Don Thoms Q K is .5 .A " . A , D 2s"' ,X 4, , h.9,x L, V x at Deborah Tinius James Tisdale Arch Van Meter ' .Un Joan Vinson Genevieve Wareham .lack Warren Emmett Watson V4 , f ' ' 3 2 Wilburn Wesley -rw Regina! Young 1 :Q7 ,fl . T905' Uigg J, .QL Larry Waters J X Coach Merlin Priddy fires up the student body with a speech about the Yellow Jackets winning SCHSOII. Faculty f 25 Faculty 1985 Retirees Chalk Up 173 Years of Experience 42 .-.mf 4 ml fi sl X Emmys! Johnnie Anderson Flavin Arseneau Evelyn Morrison Vivian Murphey Barbara Taylor Personnel Maintains High Standards on Campus 44' Q Custodians: Front Row: Curtis Brown, Vickie Blanton, Elwood Fuller. Back Row: Weldon Morris, Sidney Harden. . ,, ,,,,,,.,, MW V , m , Cafeteria Staff: Front Row: Betty Slater, Verna Henderson, Patty Stroud, Rose Enman, Mattie Houston. Back Row: Betty Lassiter, Clara Merrell, Vera Atkins. Faculty f 27 , QX f V N VF, ef. - t Q - ' ':'3f'f" W- 'nw- Qtgkmp Mxfiv Y: kg: ,, 'V QW .1-R, ' . bi, L A A. 1, V' mi . 51 frm ff 593 my f 'fs sf' " all 3 if ,iff n klki 5 JP " 4+ '. x Q z is " s?-'w ' W1: f wQQ,w'5j -4 fs' g 1 Qc 123- . Sf" -4513, ???tc1, V . , , -Q . ?'2e,gV ff? s x ,K . 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Angela Anderson Sarah Anthony Ralph Ascencion Robert Austin Deborah Bailey Anita Baker fx Elizabeth Baker Brian Barelield it m..i.1. my g is -'Q 'Cir Yfx 'X , , - John Barham John Barlow Ray Barnes Michelle Batterson Kelly Belmont ti ,Q I ,ww t gy , .,,-.-- It kg' ,Z f,,,,., xg x f-Y -l Susan Bertram Katrin Boehme Babette fag? Carmen Boles Booker Daniel Boone 'X IRM 'W -r ky fd' Sarah Anthony and Susannah Sparks show their joy after a Heights victory. A Ann Bowlin Ann Branham V V K . .X i C at ' may it Elizabeth Branshaw Allan Brants Lesley Brewer .lose Briones Cheryl Brown "Could this be my little girl?" asks Mr. Haas. Seniors f 33 34N 1 seniors - ' 4 -4 l Londa Brown Myron Brown Dedicated chemist Becky Tierce diligently works on her experiment. Carla Brumley Shelly Bruner 1- QQ, it " 'Q -av' -Q, sn l ' 4 A Paige Buechley Angela Burch Samuel Burkett 45 7-' 3 , wi - iii Ra' T bl' 1 Randy Burns Michelle Butler Retha Cable Michael Carlyle Rick Carney Todd Carter '. "Can I help you?" asks Anita Baker ,mx WN 'Sai ... l Eveline Cartwright Juan Castro Anthony Chaumont Pau Elba Chavolla f ly L 5,-,1 4,,,... ' 4k,, :I 1 News , W4 if-ff W mg k 4 , iii, 'V "It's gone! It's gone!" cries an obviously frantic Amy Fox as she scours the parking lot for her term theme. x"4- 'S Q n f' C 'VII7 'R . A H, Lidia Chavolla Edward Cheney Chris Chevreaux Caroline Cisneros David Cisneros "' .ima ,,-..,, af- Ll Anna Claassen A. J. Clark Stacy Clinton Tracy Cole David Colvin ltifsegrafg 1 33 36 f Seniors The Seniors Cieatei Excitement foriUnderclassmen 'KP 45" 17" 4,115 uw J...-,... Q .l Anthony Contreras Tamatha Cooper Gregory Crawford Susan Creager Camille Curry 1 l b A bc in , a ff' 5 pr f ff 2 4, S- 1 A as . '- 1 A --v' , lj ii, 1 XJ fi. ,L if-asf' Curtis .lame e Davis . ' i Q 'L N1 I Eugenia Davis 1 Jill Davis Tonya Davis M 25551. Barbara Dcakins Elizabeth ,,,,..,z. 1.-n,,,, by 1144, ,, --4' w-,.f,,-,, .,,,,, - V 3, 3 I I W ef.-Aw, -W.-...,. ., ,,, D. n 1 .1 , V . g if in Mindy McKinney and Sondra Williams compete for most photogenic. Liza Delaney V K John Diakis 'flls fn ,, ,X 'swf M L S - ii' Q S ' l Andree Dichter Glennetta Dixon Michael Dix David Dozier Matt Driscoll No JV' . 1 fqgg. vu- ,- , l Rebecca Duncan Michael Duncan Charmaine Lanette Duran .nm 'ix sf? X ft W I Q, ,405 XXX " -L Steve Durham Scott Earls Vicki Renae Enos Latonya Evans 3 time 'll Ill FH, a -ff-A e HX. E, , ll as ffig fx lVWQ5Q A -L 4g:c'.x.:1.th,- ,,- AK- ' A , A-w The Senior Class calls on the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin, to help defeat the blundering Bulldogs. Seniors 38 I Seniorsi cf? 'ss 'Q-W., l Vickie Evans Eric Ewing Oliver Fannin Darrell Felder Tony Fish 5 ' .W i ,wifi Q ax' nina. "It couldn't be ring-around-the-collar, could it? My mom almost always uses Wisk!" says an embarrassed Will Stone. Stephen Foley S3 -if Fory n L Leslie Foster at-"' ,...f andy Fo er Amy Fox 'QP ,I -.4 Q.- C75 l ,. "'Q.. Brian Foy Thomas Frank Doug Franke Kelli Franklin Amy Franks in asa Jesse Funk George Gamez vga f""7 --1., Shelly Gardner Kathleen Garrison ,,, , Fernanda Garcia Khristian Gardner Gardner ng..-.... A Steve Gaunt! Alma Gavia "My earrings from Express came this way," says senior Gina Gray. 1:52 ,ir 5, ,,,. wgleigx x, . A Y Annettte Gil Lac nthia Glenn Angie Goff as 13"5 R' l. Paul Hryekewicz ponders the big game tonight. Andres Gonzales Armando Gonzales Susan Goodwin , i G Yseniorsrf 39 40 1 Seniors r s Seniors AnXiouSlyAwait GraduationllDay at AI-IHS' ' 5' ma Gray Richard Gray Michael Hanna Lutheria Harrison '5- Heizer Bret Helmer Glnny Green Holly Haas Doug Haltom William Scott Havis David Hawkins 13 J fx--f lll Eddie Henson Angie Hernandez Lori Holland . 312455 Seniors Steve Durham and Todd Rapp ponder the day they become high school graduates. 'Uv-r .,. y fy...-v eo- .l Shane Holley Christi Holt Michelle Holmes Y if -4, Q-vnu? Linda Howell Leslie Howeth Paul Hryekewicz f.: il l Scott Johnson Lou Murrin and Chris Kibbie show joy in the choice of Homecoming Queen. Carrie Horsman Elston Howard Melinda Silman tries to out yell underclassmen. gg--1' K Barry Johnson Heidi Johnson Missy Johnson Richelle Johnson Seniors f 41 "She,s simply gorgeous," thinks Eric Ewing. A - - - S fir-3 f'g"'x ":::':" ,,z,,.., l Andrew Jones LaDonna Jones Mary Alice Jones l -rw N., l Dani Juarez Chris Kibbie Cynthia Kirby 'lb as -an Wh 42,IT' 'Ig .1-up 1 - l Monica Kotter Brent Ladd Duc Le 42 fzrsefllg' t "I think I'm in love!" fantasizes Richard Martinez. These Tonies clearly enjoy the technical aspects of cheerleading few ' ' . V ' ' H , ,QM 1 V - .5 1 :mr in is 1 to JM' 1 ti! 1 Patricia Lee Nikki Lester David Levine John Liszt Melinda Little Jw i Yes, even Lorena Lopez catches a few winks during class sometimes. Jeff Wolf feels proud to be a Yellow Jacket. J "ZS l , 1-f f..-xt , Q.. ,n,,,.f- Q.- ..4vvP' H.: 4 5 Lance Levisee Lorena Lopez Vanessa Lowe Michelle Maestre Shazia Malik l was 'lt-37" . Annette Mann Mark Marquez Michael Marquez John Martinez Richard Martinez X Seniors The Pride of 1985 is remotes Spirition the Hill Patrick Maslanka 'NQ Tim Mauser Jennifer Mayo Ron McBride Jennifer ws...- McCormick Suzanne McGown Egffffgzggpf A 1, 1 j f ,Q fx? 'fx if v I i X XL i N if n McLain www- , i Mindi Mcginney 'Q 27 "T Gavin l Todd West shows us his spirit in his desire to be a female cheerleader. x . ,Lg Leslie Meek Susan Miller 44 f Seniors N? 'lvl 5 ,-4 ,fue Natalie Mims Leslie Miteff Becky Montez David Moore H ,,...l ' You better watch what you say about my girl," IL- Alhson Paulus Nova Peeples t Seniors 1 45 7 i arf +1-""7' pl 'HOV 'ai Q--wx 1 Stephen Pergande Charles Phillips Kurt Pinkerton Howard Porter Wyndlon Pratt sv ,... . . ,,,X " 'K'-bf? -' 'lawxf' . sw: .SSL l V35 ,. f X so M - f 15: 1 5 A Halma 1 f N 1 N- ,Q 1 My All N- a is-Q ,J 1-,,, 1 Q A John Proflitt Martin Puente Esther Puentes .lan Randle Anne Randolph ........- 1 , Rf- '1 , nf-3 ' if ai' 5,15-Q -c"-e -1-.,.u Todd Rapp ...mwiw A 'wig 4f mls.. Rauwolf Ben Barlow works hard only when money is involved Lance Levisee is a good doodler. ,,,. 'ev' 4. Cecilia Reyes Walter Reynolds Andrew Rhinefort James Richter Anthony Riley 1 i' il 11 " 1 ,N ,tl.,5Kmx 'X 1 V, 4,2 , Q 1 1 ,' , ii, 1 , Q46! Seniors z i i iii ww L an 2 'sf . 66 "nv, Q01 ww tl .1 l A Roxane Rodgers Tony Rodriguez Laura Roels Tony Ruiz sell 'W t?"' r?'5fth?.fQQ2iafsd?tfwfwf ' ' Julia Rus . - , 1 v 2 Q 1 .5 xi m f " et J 2? 4. f sf" 3 .J 9-'lv it "I'll take that one," exclaims each of these slam dunkers. 43 "You little stinker!" blurts Missy Johnson. Robert Sander Missy Sandoval Jenny Santana .J l Jewell Saxon Shealeen Schaefer Heather Scott Scott Searcy Laura Segarra fu .nn- Burk Shaw Alma Shields Yoshie Shinsei Melinda Silman Darla Siseo f . , 1 48 f Seniors Seniors Set All Time Magazine Selling Record Angela Slavik Jerry Smith ' Gas our- Y"'t"y A , My lu. 7 ' - Alma Sosa Souvannasane 1 "x, Q Susannah 'wr Virginia Stephens Will Stone ,fr Mary Smith Henry Snider Warren Snider "Breakdancing anyone?" questions Martin Puente. uu- 'T' Lisset Suarez Mark Summers an 'ON Q9 Tonia Teafatiller Clifford Thompson Becky Tierce 6 . .a. ,,, -as K-Q f sn- 'lu-" lv L' l - Trotter Candice Troul Yolanda Kevin Tyson herri Uecker rf Martin Valdez Rosa Valdez Arnavo Vallery-Radot 4 "iii "I, j . :HQ , ""'faaQ 1 j "I can't believe they don't sell diet drinks!" Ray Barnes shows his displeasure with the announcing of the Spirit Cup. moans Jill Needam. an "Vx Wd' fi? Q15 - q,.....f l ' Sarah Van Vleck Keith Vandiver Moua Vang Tabatha Vansickle kAndre Vasquez 1 ' ' , ' ' ' ' i , Il" "WSW 1'-Ei -' '- . , . , ,A 4 ..,: .,::4:W, ,s . ., V - . K ' , I wrffay' '.1-'ls A 1 K 1 , , ,, - ' . 49 t , L N MQ ,av ,- Patience Walker Antonio Wallace Gens Walraven Susan Watt Carl Wentworth -p ,I1 an., ,. 7 Barbara Werland Todd West ' ,,,. .V 12- fs, .gg i "Victory is only a point away!" says Shazia Malik Senior Ralph Ascencion tries to locate his parents at the game. and Angie HCff13.l'ldCZ. HMV' 'ia as W S 4,9 ' , , h fir' . I L VA H f. Nu' 7+ N Annabell White Guy White James Whitworth Robert Wilcox Jay Williams 50 1 Seniors ? v-- A To 1.-. 15+ Sondra Williams Victor Williams lGregory Williamson Glen Wilson Gralyn Wilson few Q--H'--1 wr"-v Michael Wilson 3 as ls A Wise Deanna Wiseman Jeffrey Wolf Karen Wood Duc Le desperately searches for answers to homework while J ay Williams hurriedly assembles his notebook. 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Vg! jg. mah 55" ,f JFS 1' Q 5 at ,ff-:kgf+ff:s:aw-qiifgf-55'i'i'd3iQgg57iQ-I ,f .sin iiat A 56 f Juniors t 2 'QQ 'X X Q f A . ,fr 4f"..,..-..vK"""w. ,. it fl! xv iv s is 1 ,6 i 2 I 45"""-ir Miteff, remembering she forgo quarter to phone Mom at home. W Q t- Sf! al a, MJ! if t if YT' ,, Q 1 if fi L 'ae" i Y A my ,. 'N H 11 J , h " . uf' .. , Q f xl 1 f 5' 4- ..i,, .W 1' e . ilfiilffi. :KQV T5 ' , u sswn ' A . fiizfi P fi? 1'L s , f V - fg3ggg,g51.1.iiH..:sf ffiifl ',J' TQif1f' fi o -AKI g 4 - i 3? + - L, A ' " U .,,. V"'- iiyiu l Q f..- -.-k --,- N ' ' 1! .lf 'i" ' W X it , g gi i "I can't wait 45 minutes until lunch," says a famished 'L.L 1 Vw ' Meredith Williams as she munches on hert in a er. W." , V Q 4 5. s 515 ' 6 . fs Q is - ' 1 ' ' L . f 'gh' "M 1 is -A s .fr s i I' s ' is X ii f A i i W i. f Ah ' U ' ' ' x. ' ' W ii' f f u s A i' f si: 'A A A A I ,, ,,f. 1' -.sw "My cast sure is a good paper weight," says 0 'A 1 ff I 3 . hand for something." J hn Cummings. 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Frank Vargas looks for his girlfriend in the crowded stands. ' r ' get Q' l f' -:. 4 A l 5 ' H 1 V Alu: K4 ' 457- x 1 3 Aw. . A 'V 1.3 , W i 7' r -f i ff ' H gv f t l AX I 1' I - . 1 ' 2211? , l ' X tw' H 3 L R ff' A Y an 4, P J X6 K , gi, A V Jia. V gg ' ,- I Y f 65 4 . rg 3 l .r p l V g, I J I Q 4 3. 0 1 Tracy Bruner takes a break from her tedious wood shop work to catch some rays. Neal Durando is disgusted with his numerous typing errors. S 4 1' 1 J :gf ,wif rf. el fi ' 'P ,., 'l'7zX352.ffifP'7rff3l9?3J,l Wifi, . 'N A -I . ,,-cfxiiiit-,H 1.2 , I QQQQQ A ' l -573' i ff t ga , ,gg 5 Q t fi. if 2 1 F ' s , i , 1-331 L.fw7g'14 'kif-211,112-.i,wig tgfrw-g,sssgsgggslsiil .. .. , Higfgg ,ru ' . lt' -1. xl -, -'1 .'1-Jfzif lgzzrgq tr'r i ' V .f-5 -A - Y :msg -11:4 4 K 3--1 I , i,,:fff.,.gu1g1 ,Il Etgf me ,,,1,:ros,rsz:gQ,-., ,. .. I 1 . A aaa 5' N -srcffq f.fiIm:'r: eww'fff1f'1f1:,f,:--MQ L: Til," ' fi lit A gg , .135 1 . f,,1w,p ,wget v W H ,.fff,11f,,, perm, .1,-meet M. 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Q ,kv 12,1 I Q Q S x l Myff Xi sf .1 V ,Q 'n lg: K -AA.. 1? as 'U' in 0 47,1 . 1 i 2 ,W ,Imax U if x '42 ' w X 5. af x swf1tef' iq- bg' L Q , N . S ff 41 ' 2 rf ' , xt 'I' 4 10, f slSS9lfZ?Ek.eg "-E55 4 ll wi .f 21 1 gg -we-'-v -'l' x ' A ,. f 1- lla M :- I-V - John Gallagher tries to motivate a very determined Mike Saylor as he at- tempts to break his own record of 250 pounds in the bench press. , L 1 X x "' X A S l 291' , V A 3' V, 4 I - , . l. ,gn ' . K ff - is, ,- ,, ls. - sf " , , r 0 r Qs.. 'B ..e.er :qu ,.q'1 ,fit c H " Y r ,Lg ' "L D e fr , K Apr. 6 ' . ' Q, It -sm- I Karen Smelko detects a bit of humor in Andrea Denny's slightly imperfect story writing techniques. Wim 5 f'-- f r i , W fx .,1.. , ,Mi f t, ,t.. Q, Q,, K .,,, A, -'Q' f-.r ,-,,wf- ,,.., M, We 1s?gg,,g15' '-1P"f1-'lfwiv -in-ff-.v:+abf::Qx,t-q,:: "'. z ,-t, , vlffzsisstt A fh-f V+ W 1 G H , 1 B ra Hn 'K ' 5 iii? in e,eee tt,y r to , tlyttr,t, f?5f'e t. 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X Freshmen f 103 It's True Love: Freshmen and Cafeteria Food eeeo ' 'e Aoeoo s eoe e s Gustavopelarosa t I Davina roA1sXsDewffe . e Amelie-Dial .. ,., 5 I F' X 25? ff .,, i 4r"".3 3, ,. 5 ,. X 1 -J 'iz' if , -J a. 'Q is 5,3 ,' gif he . X A' " f 4-1 - -,, 1 e 'S s 1 Qs Y i of , A' !!ii,01 Y z QE ,fn-. 3 I x'r 'A 1 i w 'xl X f Cathy Thompson is astounded by her new music instructor. "What is that?" screams a horrified Melissa Pulido. 'T' o feee it , l o 1 oi' . "ii 4? i if ""'- ' ' t ' Q - we f. qw - as , .' n A . s -f-- B- fm . -- 1 ,I s og -f 1 N as .J at " ff 1 . ' 'V i e 1 stttt t t,ot if eoet, dsttt 1 taneao atetst t it 1R0berteEng12mdgsoa vu "'k' t 3,3-t,s.tqi',,L ef'7 AW,:' Q 5 l?1g"" 1 -1 - t .I 1 stSvwvnsfF41Ps1Ta ttns if r e 6 - tio i p S2bfiI1aeF?Pi!9Yo A fi o o is o tnnit i Z ot of in M x 104 f Freshmen K. ' 41" YQ . pi 'g 3? 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NNIN C V ,A 5"'x:ggN N f'Rx" CINDY CURTIi DRAMA ix K. i Ben Barlow This IS the first year Heights has participated in SCONA the Student Conference on National Affairs It is a four day program which is put together by the students of Texas A8cM Univer sity Through SCONA students develop leadership and learn about international relations through an exchange of ideas This year s Student Con ference was held on February 16 and Ben Barlow was selected to represent us The topic for SCONA this year was The Emerging Chma and discussed Chma s role as a promment na tion in today s world QTANFUR Betsy Parmer This year the Girls, State award was received by Betsy Parmer. As a part of the award, Betsy attended a conference at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin, Texas where she par- ticipated in creating a mock state government. She was elected senator, county engineer, and deputy sheriff to represent the Federalist party in the govern- ment. Guests speakers included the Republican party chairman and the Texas State Treasurer. Betsy was also active in school government. She served as secretary of her Sophomore Class and was a member of the Student Council. v , . ' . ,,,, 3, if .,,ig2 2 1 -,Wg ft MQ, gk.--.Q-gy gn I-gi. tif, .,. 5-I I , VX ,k, ,H,.,,7. K i,,V MAE ,:,,5, ,.... ,., ,,,,. ,wi , .L , , L,k, ,.,,. ,,,,,.1,,, ...V . :Q in 41 ,, 5, PM z x H ' W .W L5 ,-, ,---ff- :fi-wm,.,r,, ...., . 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During the week, there were many activities planned for the Heights student body. The week started off with rollerskating at Silver Wheel and Young Life. Powder Puff foot- ball, Tacky-Day, and the an- nouncement of Howdy King and Queen at the school's patio pep rally led the events through Fri- day afternoon. The Varsity foot- ball game and dance, which was held on the patio, ended the week's festivities. Howdy Week was a time to ex- pose the Freshmen to the school and to acquaint them with the upperclassmen on the hill through various activities. It also gave them a chance to see what will happen during their future years at Heights. dv . www, Senior girls plan their attack during the annual Powder Puff football game. 'Q Mm ,. f Y I My limp" . , ' L 1- . 4. ,wg W M we we f t, j .wwf if . 14. P vff'-4-.51-,W.8fJf g Q . W Y ...fi f K !3sfV..k'jvllbQ K5 74" f" K 2354... . , ' - Working towards perfection, the "foxy" senior guys attempt to show their cheerleading abilities for the last time. 144 f Howdy Week Zig-Y My 'fl E - ,:..e. -Muanziy 'ff 1 Eeniors Eric Ewing and Rose Mary Alvarez enjoy their last 'eign as Howdy King and Queen on the hill. AND Howdy King and Queen, Judd Emerson and Riddel, smile proudly for their new title. O l. 1924 Junior Howdy King and Queen, Scott Butler and Cecilia Alvarez, are placed on the throne at Heights. Freshmen A. J. Summers and Bonnie Blossman display their joy as Howdy King and Queen. Howdy week 1 145 - x At the freshman skit, Bart Thornton, Krissy Pedigo and Missy Flowers exhibit student life at Heights. Freshmen "tango" at their first Howdy Dance on the hill. 146 f Howdy Week an 1- i E A1 Q Q 'zz' uit' 4 Becky Dry and Laura Roels support their team members as they annihilate the Juniors. l ,. , -fy .Q-vi, .Q ,,.f,'Q3. 'Q ff: ' , Y p4,.,w., W .Q .,a'.4,.M .,,Qiig, M , . -., ..,- f...,as- ikf. .em V ws- fgmiakwa .ifzii-Q3 :.1"'1u32N"f"-- A3 'PEM- By his obvious facial expression, Steve Guantt coaches the Senior girls. H 'ms 1 iv A " . lj, ' ' ,, , ' "' 'MI V 1 3 1 . i, . ' ' ' f , X 54Mr"g 1 Vw, 7 'wx' I 4: ' 'N '05, f If XKNS ,lm fa Open House Welcomes Jacket Parents to the Hill On Monday October 15 the Arlington Heights PTC had their annual Open House. This gave parents a chance to meet and discuss their child's progress. A bake sale was held in the library with the goodies provided by members of the PTC. The Ger- man Club provided visitors a taste of German cuisine. Second year chemistry students gave a demonstration in the chemistry lab. Mr. Foster, counselor, an- nounced the commendations for National Merit Scholarships. A meeting of PTC members was held in the auditorium, and was presided over by Mrs. Gretchen Denny. The new faculty members were introduced by Mrs. Frances Alles, principal. Mrs. Alles welcomes parents to Arlington Heights annual Open House .xi , K.. 4' ' .-,fi I rff' we fi! I .., ff W6 Mr. Van Meter helps a parent find her way at Open House. Mrs. Terry Shaw visits with Mr. Tate at parent's night 148 f Open House College Night at Heights Informs Eager Students On Monday night, December 3, Arlington Heights College Night was held in the school cafeteria. -Representatives from colleges all over the nation in- formed eager students about ad- mission requirements, tuition costs, housing, and financial aid. With help from college representatives anditheir parents, many students were able to decide on more specific colleges they would like to attend. "College Night was very suc- cessful. The representatives were complimentary of the interest showed in the students and their parents," stated Sara Brian, guidance counselor. Some col- leges represented were Texas Christian University, Baylor University, Rice University, and Texas Tech University. Cliff Zachry sends for brochures from Vanderbilt and Texas Tech Universities. Chris Gensheimer and his mom contemplate the thought of at- Hank Demond listens intently to a representative from TCU. tending the University of Texas, College Night f 149 Homecoming 384 Brings Spirit and Pride to AHHS Homecoming '84 began with the traditional decorating of the patio. Each class made a float from the theme "Spirit Through Animation." The junior class won the float contest with 'LThe Bedrock Bowl." The Homecoming pep rally was a highlight of the day's events. It contained a slide show, produced by Will Stone, Jim Odom and Martin Puente, the announcing of the homecoming court, and a dance performed by the senior girls. This year homecoming was full of surprises. For the first time the Homecoming Queen was announced at halftime in- stead ofduring the pep rally. The Homecoming Court was also escorted on the field in "Texas Taxi Cabs." This year's Homecoming Queen, Carla Brumley, had the honor of driv- ing around in the first limousine with her father, Jon Brumley, after being crowned '84 Homecoming Queen. To the crowd's pleasure the Jackets beat Trimble Tech 36- 20. After the game the victory was celebrated at the Metro Center Hotel with music from "Circuit" Anticipation ofa ride in a "Texas Taxi Cab" brings smiles tothe faces of the 1984 Homecoming Court. elf The Junior's "Bedrock Bowl" displays spirit to beat the Bulldogs. l5O Homecoming . 0 , - 4 QQ! . J f K QI s" A K f ez .F f 9 , QM -X x xgij Arms 'U' , I 1 A 6 ' ,Jr .fe 151 3 ., ,fl 1? I ke Being pleased by Carla's win, Jill Needham, Sherri Uecker, and Annette Mann congratulate the new Queen. V Ze? ......,x,,,. -- -f- its W A T' ufllfffll - birt 74 it f 5Q 'M fi Q as .il fi e , Q' U , 'A 4' ,-1 ,Q x A ll W4 ' J.. ., ' " f x Troy LaVergne serenades his date, Patty The Senior Float predicts "The Cape Crusaders" to run over the Bulldogs Worrell, at the Homecoming dance. 152 1 Homecoming Todd West and Anthony Chaumont root the Yellow Jackets on to another victory. l 'HP' ,fggvvf "if 'ssngju anal KWH? M i . l H l T524 -we . r was Bert Ising, portrays his devotion to his class by in the "Bedrock Bowl" float. mv ' 5lbxv,s,3X,QXxf!" wk ,L l ,r-G""s v,.v:. be Viv Us Alexis Wilson attempts to mask her identity as her parents approach. Suzanne McGown, donned in toga apparel, presents the senior girls for thc annual senior girls dance. Homecoming f 153 154 f Play 1984 F all Production Adds Culture to Heights The performing arts students presented "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" as the fall drama production this year. In the play Cornelia, doublecast with Patty Worrell and Vicki Evans, and her best friend Emily, played by Cindy Curtis, embark on a summer vacation to Paris. They find themselves in many humorous predicaments, such as trying to get rid of the bags, given to them by their parents, which they were supposed to keep with them at all times. Emi- ly believes she has killed someone and becomes paranoid that everyone is out to get her. Then, they find they must fight off bed bugs in the Paris hotels. Even so, to go home. The other cast members in- cluded Seniors, John Williams and Stacy Clinton as Mr. and Mrs. Otis Skinner. Steve Shults and Troy LaVergne, both juniors, portrayed Dick Winters and Leo McEvoy, respectively. Monsieur De La Croix was played by Steven Rolls, also a junior. Mrs. Rosemary Burton was in charge of the stage direction and Mrs. Mary Parham was the pro- gram director. The play was presented at 7:30 p.m. on November 14th and again on the evening of November 16th. This was the first year the production was given only at night. "What is this?" asks Patty Worrell. they enjoy the trip and are sorry Candy Trout gives Mary Smith a somewhat disgusted look as she thinks, "That wasn't supposed to be in the script." Vicki Evans, who portrays Cornelia Skiner, demonstrates her versatile acting ability to the audience Friday night. V t Skinners, Stacy Clinton and John Williams, discuss the Not again! exclaims a frustrated Cindy Curtis as she and and cons of letting their daughter go to Paris. Patty Worrell are told to do the scene one more time. S As Patty Worrell and Kristen Zetsche look on, Cindy Curtis displays her tap-dancing skill to Troy LaVergne and Danny Oge. Play! 155 6'Godspell" Proves to be Spellbinding Production "Godspell" was the musical production presented this spring by the performing arts students at Arlington Heights. Mrs. Rosemary Burton, the drama director, and Mrs. Donna Nor- ton, the musical director, col- laborated to make the show a success. Mrs. Mary Parham was in charge of designing the pro- grams. The leading roles of Stephen and Jesus were both por- trayed by Troy LaVergne, junior. John Williams, senior, played the other main roles of David, John the Baptist, and Judas. The casting for the other characters changed for each of the parables that comprise "Godspell." The musical was presented in two performances given at seven- thirty on the evenings of May eighth and ninth. Julie Rose uses he Vickie Evans and Robin Huston accuse an unconcerned Julie Rose of some chronic wrongdoing while Samantha Medlock, Kristina Cleveland, and Troy LaVergne look on. l56fSpring Play 1 1 l 4 I t r wiles to lure Ivan Stober away from Mary Alice Jones. 1 I , 0 -MNM7 W M ww WY, ,, . . . fr 'i" 'T' "Wait a minute! l don't get this!" exclaims John Williams as he rehearses with Kristen Shrove and Kristina Cleveland. Batchelor, Amy Peebles, Jason Sherburn, and LaDonna White. 4' IRQ E I , Cast of "Godspell", Front Row: Debra Miller, Jamie Hammond, Samantha Medlock, and Robin Huston, Second Row: Stacy , Beth Basile, Mary Alice Jones, Kristina Cleveland, John Williams, Vickie Evans, Cindy Curtis, Ivan Stober, Julie Rose, Bridget Greene, Third Row: Rose Shuey, Kristen Shrove, Troy LaVergne, Patty Worrell, and Cindy O'Connor. Not Pictured: 1 a ,Si il s , .z, 5 V ,W 7 "What a spectacular ending that was!" thinks an elated Robin Troy LaVergne protrays a modern-day Jesus while Rose Shuey Huston as she finishes singing her solo. and Vickie Evans, as his disciples, sing "Save the People." Spring Playfl57 Holiday Spirit Fills the Air at the Christmas Dance On December 14th the Arl- ington Heights Student Council sponsored the annual Christmas Dance. It was held in the old gym which was decorated in an array of red and green. The music was created by the popular band, "King Cobra". For a change from the normal routine, the girls asked the boys. The semi-formal dresses and the sharply dressed young men transformed the old gym into a colorful, enchanting wonderland. The holiday spirit was contagious, and everyone en- joyed a fun-filled evening celebrating the Christmas Season. Enjoying the festivities and the holiday spirit, Malinda Silman and her partner, Johnson, dance to the sound of "King Cobra". Chris Kibbie receives a well-deserved holiday hug from Santa Claus, alias Steve Gauntt, for her good behavior. 158 f Christmas Dance - :AX "Where's the mistletoe?" asks Patty Worrell. Shocked by the band's electrifying performance, Sarah An- thony is caught by Allison Paulus and her mystery man. T127 Pam Branham and Chris Cain share a coke and a smile as they wait in line to visit with Santa Claus. Awed by the Christmas spirit, Martin Puente and date envision the presents they will receive from old St. Nick. Christmas Dance! 159 l60fLuauA Senior Luau Proves to be a Smashing Success This January, Heightsters were given a break from the ex- treme cold winter, and were treated to the tropical climate of the fourth annual Senior Luau. Students came arrayed in various Hawaiian attire, as the Pengwins played for a record-breaking crowd. The crowd was dazzled by the brilliantly decorated gym which included palm trees, bam- boo huts, a bridge built over water, and other assorted items. The Luau was sponsored by the Senior Steering Committee. QQM SAVOA '64, Burk Shaw and David Dozier try to figure out whose hat is actually Hawaiian, I , fe. f' .t 9' , Aix tl 3 My x g' 4 Tim, A ' v f 5 , , T M f I til 1 gt I ff' reels Q Q - Vs. f I 5 S , SQ il V. I 51. N 2 ' fl i it tw T n Nr , I vt L ' Ms 4 ' V S 'Q is-','3 I ' Y ., , - 1. "'.' fi n X X . z 'S kiijiti ll i s a Q if. '25 , .Y ' B , "Nice shorts Shawnf, exclaims an amused Elizabeth JeffWolf"sweettalks',Soraya Malikinto one last dance, Reynolds. x' f, -ern o Y f YY 1 -fr N, . 1. IH, 1 1 1 W 4 mill' -1' Aww 1 fait ' Raw A 162 Organizations .ft - - -3,-,643 1 if Q1 Q xl' ,gpwxfgxx Crganizations f 163 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS l'l"l""i nn LINGTON S. , L, .EQV rr? U, If Z4 if i Q , W ' , ,A XV I 'IBC Q, 1 IO P, fa Q f i , I9 M 'IE If 'IHY HU KRISSY PEDIGO Treasurer DENNIS ABBOTT Vice-President 164 f Student C l J ACQULYN CURRY Sponsor WILL STONE Parliamentarian IL AND LOU MURRIN Secretary STEVE GAUNTT President s Student Council Motivates Success on the Hill This year the AHHS Student Council planned and organized their way to one of the most suc- cessful years the Hill has ever seen. Led by officers Steve Gauntt, President, Dennis Abbott, Vice- President, Lou Murrin, Secretary, Krissy Pedigo,Treasurerg and Will Stone, Parliamentarian, the Stu- dent Council strived for student participation and unity at Heights. Under the supervision of Mrs. J ac- qulyn Curry, Howdy Week, Homecoming, the Christmas Dance, and Spring Fever Week were a huge success. Each council member was placed on one of the four new committees: Scrapbook, Elections and Constitution, Public Relations and Evaluation, and School Spirit and Programs. Elec- tions were held in the spring. tudent Council Committee Heads Shelley Bourke Scrapbook Will Stone Elections and Constitution, Alexis Wilson, Public Student Council 165 11 Wil.,-7 wwf TM? y R u I li 4. ii. Freshman Class Representatives: Front Row: Meredith McKinney, Wendy Henry, Laura Dearen. Second Row: Raney Richards, David Young, and Stacy Youngblood. - U.-t. ARLINCTO HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOO as t, ESTABLISHED 1924 it fgj V i"?'ffif,f Hoist 0 WE wmew Q a XHQOXK lv li Sophomore Class Representatives: Marty Bowen, Alexis Wilson, Lisa Poole, Juliet Isbell, Neil Stone, and Jimmy Brow. 166 f Student Council 'Xi' ww as rss num! ',--.. 1 -QlPf"""f, .i . . ,-f ,.,, P 9 . , ,' gg, ,, T V W It V . was Ill' WWW! 'M"4f'f4""! Iill if , ,.M.4 , Q 4 0 -W -me wx Q. W- N, , Junior Class Representatives: Arden Gafford, Shelley Bourke, Missy Flowers, Bart Thornton, Karen Fox, and Michele Alread. enior Class Representatives: Bret Helmer, Lorena Lopez, Carla Brumley, Eric Ewing, Rose Mary Alvarez, Monica Kirkpatrick, nd Will Stone. Student Council X 167 NHS Enjoys Finer Aspects of New Grading System The National Honor Society, a scholastic organization reserved for students of high academic merit, glided through the school year with accustomed style and e.. dignity. Though denied many of its traditional activities NHS members ably adapted to newly imposed rules. Community- minded members were, however, allowed to lead the annual blood drive. Will Stone led the NHS as president. Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors with a 3.5 grade point average if-A . and Conslstemly high C't'ZenSh'p' NHS Sponsors: Mrs. Joan Vinson, Mr. Arch Van Meter, and Mrs. Marilyn Bettes. V I .........,.g V F -v----.....g.. . ' v .:' -f f- tu: '3-' sn F" , ' f ' "' 1984-85 National Honor Society: Front Row: Corrie Hill, Will Stone, Lou Murrin, Steve Gauntt, Tim Mauser. Second Row: Allan Brants, Scott Protzman, Robert Wilcox, Deborah Kope, Paige Buechley, Michelle Holmes, Cecilia Alvarez, Thuy Hoang, Susan Bertram, Renae Enos, Jan Foster, Kira McCullough, Lorena Lopez. Third Row: Sam Joe, Steve Reese, Kathy Hendrickson, Krissy Pedigo, Laura Roels, Lisset Suarez, Jennifer McCormick, Monica Kirkpatrick, Tracey Thompson, Karen Smelko. Fourth Row: Todd Rapp, Shelley Bourke, Suzy Ewing, Teresa Bland, Yoshie Shinsei, Sarah Van Vleck, Ann Bowlin, Ann Brahnam, Jennifer Mayo, Dawn Haenes. Fifth Row: Stanley Jones, Charles Mooney, Dennis Abbott, David Pennington, Steven Mear, Michele Alread, Mark Summers, Andrea Denny, Stephen Graf, Shawn Nesmith, Marlon Mote, Monty Phillips, Oliver Fannin, Sherri Uecker. 168 X National Honor Society SSC Leads Senior Class Through Successful Year wmaaggm .nw The Senior Steering Commit- tee guided the 1985 senior class through the year with an uncom- monly graceful leadership. Through hard work and tenacity 44 during the occasional cross- currents, the committee achieved even more than it had an- ' ticipated. Records for magazine sales were set, the senior Luau was a smashing success, and the band found its way to the Prom. The rightfully pleased officers were as follows: Ben Barlow, "' W- 1 President, Will Stone, Vice- Presidentg Todd Rapp, Secretaryg and Eric Ewing, 1985 Senior Class Sponsors: Mrs. Marilyn Bettes and Mrs. Linda Szot. Treasurer- X f ,Xt lar X X, pl l985 Senior Steering Committee: Front Row: Eric Ewing, Allan Brants, Todd Rapp, Ben Barlow, Mark Summers, Will Stone, An- hony Johnson, Tim Mauser. Second Row: Rose Mary Alvarez, Low Murrin, Laura Roels, Sherri Uecker, Carla Brumley, Lutheria iarrison, Susan Creager, Renae Enos, Patience Walker. Senior Steering Committee f 169 Jacket Journal Reports Activities on the Hill This year's Jacket Journal staff was headed by associate editor Renae Enos and Monty Phillips, editor. This eight- member staff worked diligently all year to keep this year's paper one of the top ten high school newspapers. Mrs. Gene Thompson, spon- sor, acted as proofreader, making sure of correct journalism style before sending the stories to the printers. Due to her expert in- structions, the Jackel Journal earned the Five Star All American award. This award means that of about eight schools in the southwest region, the Jacket Journal was chosen to represent this region as one of the best high school newspapers. "I think that the staff has put ,wg out exceptional papers consider- ing that we did not have as many members as in past yearsf' com- mented Renae Enos. . ,, i 4' 3 'YJ 0013- X X T Lutheria Harrison and Monty Phillips discuss ideas for spring sports features. iii Jacket Journal - First Year - Front Row: Carlyn Wright, Nikki Kressler, Soraya Malik, Kira McCullough, Melissa Tinsley, Lisa Andrews, Gregg Tomlinson, Melissa Leal. Second Row: Terri Dalrymple, Felecia Sanders, Krissy Pedigo, Cherry Harris, Melinda Ashworth, Karen Barlow, Suzanne Varnell, and Michele Alread. Third Row: Terri Bland, Hank Demond, Mike Saylor, Bart Thornton, Jeff Watson, Khristian Gardner, and Marlon Mote. 170 X Jacket Journal WW?"""1"w l.lf'l-1 HUM. 0 WLLLOW J!-RCM TS Renior Staff Members: Lutheria Harrison, Monty Phillips, Kathy Harris, Michael Carlyle, Susan Creager, Susi Bertram, and enae Enos. T.. ..,..,...L.f - Krissy Pedigo and Soraya Malik scan their brains for ideas. "We cover our beats and meet our deadlines," exclaims Miz T. Jacket Journal f 171 Yellow Jacket Staff Publishes 52nd Volume The Yellow Jacket Staff cap- tured each facet of the 84-85 school year, culminating in the 52nd volume of the Arlington Heights Yellow Jacket. Guided by second year sponsor, Jacqulyn Curry, the staff succeeded in pro- ducing an excellent book. The burden and responsibilities of editor fell into the capable hands of Lou Murrin and Lorena Lopez. Second year staffers Eric Ew- ing, Chris Kibbie, Will Stone, and Sherri Uecker served as sec- tion editors in charge of People, Sports, Organizations, and Stu- dent Life respectively. Martin Puente and Jim Odom worked as Photographers and Darkroom Technicians. The Staff worked together meeting deadlines, crop- ping pictures, and writing cap- tions to continue the tradition of excellence exemplified in the '85 Yellow Jacket. i JUW7 qlgimp, Tl' , QV' I U f + 3 H L .X -6 1984-85 Yellow Jacket Staff: Front Row: Lorena Lopez, Chris Kibbie, Jill Needham, Cecilia Alvarez, Tracey Thompson, Lou Mur- rin. Second Row: Lutheria Harrison, Ann Branham, Missy Dill, Suzy Ewing, Karen Smelko, Kathy Hendrickson, Shelley Bourke. Third Row: Todd Rapp, Sherri Uecker, Charles Mooney, Will Stone, Allan Brants, Eric Ewing, Tim Mauser, Andrea Denny. Not Pictured: Arden Gafford and Steve Durham. 172 Annual Staff fi -.--...-.- .A , I x, . Wi H S HOU Student Life: Left to Right: Karen Smelko, Jill Needham, Sherri Uecker, Cecilia Alvarez, Missy Dill. ' ' Sports: Left to Right: Kathy Hendrickson, Tim Mauser, Chris Kibbie, Todd Rapp, Suzy Ewing. Annual Stafff 173 I h P 'in f' 424 r A U 1 A. People: Left to Right: Lorena Lopez, Eric Ewing, Lou Murrin. X 174 f Annual Staff xx? "She thinks she knows everything," states Steve Durham abou Photographers: Martin Puente and Jim Odom. Arden Gfifffifdis Suggestion- ,. Q V if 3 N iii' "You want this typed by WHEN?" asks an astonished Shelley Bourke. ,-. .. i Eric Ewing shows first-year staffers the importance of a balanced page. Organizations: Tracey Thompson, Andrea Denny, Charles Mooney, Lutheria Harrison, Will Stone, Allan Brants, Shelley Bourke, Ann Branham. Annual Stafff 175 ivefson A Reorganized SOH Promotes Spirit at Heights This year was a new beginning for Arlington Heights Spirit of the Hill. After revising the SOH Constitution, a new group was formed. This year, anyone who met the grade requirements was eligible to join. The sponsors for the new Spirit of the Hill were Mrs. Jane Routon, a transitional teacher, and Coach Johnny Nabors, a G.P.S. teacher. Spirit leaders were elected for each grade. Each was responsible for informing their group of the games they were to attend. There were Spirit of the Hill members X s 1 Y M 4 --...av--1.-.... up ' tv' ...Q I P . D4 , A SOH Officers: Suzanne McGown, Presidentg Lisa Andrews, Secretaryg Roxane Rodgers, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Arden Gafford, Vice-President. t kr A K assigned to all sports events. Members were required to attend four out of five assigned activities a month. Pins, to be worn on uniforms, were given to members with outstanding attendance. There were new uniforms this year, also. They consisted of white shirts with an "AHHS" and Yellow Jacket emblem on the back for boys and girls. The girls wore blue skirts with white bobby-socks and white tennis shoes. This was a new and ex- citing year for Spirit of the Hill. SOH Sponsor: Mrs. Jane Routon I L- - .. "You mean we have to go to a game Saturday night!" exclaim freshman, Brooke Davitte to sophomore, Sherry Gillis. ., ........1-A Q SOH: Front Row: Dacia West, Sherry Daswani, Amelie Diaz, Wendy Henry, Heather Bradley, Krista Tims, Kelly Holly Herndon. Second Row: Duaine Styles, April Anderson, J. J. Goldthwaite, Jenifer Lane, Tuesdee Bice, Michelle Beth Williams, Brooke Davitte, Elizabeth Dickson, David Van Aken. Third Row: Christy Stratton, Stacy Youngblood, Mir- Crystal Harrison, Kristin Witherite, Raney Richards, Tracie Boles, Michelle Smith, Lisa White. .IEEE ophomore SOH: Front Row: Samantha Medlock, Dianna Wells, Sharon Erlenbusch, Erin Quin, Sherry Gillis. Second Row: Chris all, David Glen, Clint Young, Sarah Bibb. sony 177 -X 1 37 s..,, l SOH members Cecilia Alvarez, Marlon Mote, and Phillip Dix- on, are caught in the hustle and bustle ofthe Hill. The prominent SOH senior members practice curtseying. 178 f SOH MQ "Don't take my picture now. I'm already late for the Spirit of the Hill meeting!" protests Mary Alice Jones. "Oh! Wow! We could be the three musketeersf' explains Steven Mear to an enthusiastic Chris Hall, but Stephen Graf does not seem to be as thrilled with the idea as his companions. 1 3' ESG A, ' Y' w , Hug . in ' , Q , ,1 . i ..,W ,.rv:'1' f v'k.'- A W , fz 'S L. V -aw' A, w,.., W ' ? ........l , 3751 B-fee wwe We V M lunior SOH: From Row: Kelly Dixon, Thuy Hoang, Elsa Sosa, Kristina Cleveland, Lisa Alvarez, Terri Bland. Second Row: Sherry Luttrell, Karen Barlow, Missy Dill, Shelley Bourke, Michele Alread, Felicia Sanders, Andrea Denny, Karen Smelko. Third Row: Marlon Mote, Steven Mear, Stephen Graf, Phillip Dixon, Trent Hodgkins. Andrews, Tracey Thompson, Cecilia Q..--at V, Senior SOH: Front Row: Shelley Gardener, Lynetta Johnson, Betsy Parmer, Rose Mary Alvarez, Jerry Smith, Chris Kibbie, Susan- nah Sparks, Mary Alice Jones, Lutheria Harrison. Second Row: Glennetta Dixon, Suzanne McGown, Roxane Rodgers, Camille Curry, Leslie Howeth, Patty Worrell, Cindy Curtis. son f 179 Whiz Quiz Members Show Their Trivia Talent Trivia has become the newest American pastime. One fun way Heights students showed off their trivia talent was by par- ticipating in Whiz Quiz. This year's sponsors were the school's librarian, Mrs. Bruns, the French teacher, Mrs. Siversg and Mrs. Murphy, a resource teacher. Bart Thornton, Junior, led the team consisting of members: Hank De- mond, Adam Honeckman, and Steven Mearg all Juniors. The l team was defeated in the match against St. Marks at Dallas Bap- tist College. The Whiz Kids kept up their skills by practicing before and after school twice a week. They participated throughout the year in competi- tions against the teachers and other area high Schools. 1984-1985 AHHS Whiz Quiz Sponsors: Mrs. Norma Sivers and Mrs. Loretta Bruns -1. 17 1 in -4 u J I n l I 1? is i Whiz Kids: Front Row: Julie Joe, Bart Thornton, Hank Demond, Adam Honeckman. Second Row: Alex Denny, Andrea Denny. Tracey Thompson, Amy Peebles, Guy White, Susan Creager, Doug Evans. 180 f Whiz Quiz Industrial Arts Club Takes Pride in Its Work -I9 f ' ,mn 5 -' 5 .1 M, . M A'-'j-45: Rad Industrial Arts Club Officers: Babette Bogert, Secretary, Lesley Brewer, Vice- Presidentg Genia Davis, Treasurer, and Andy Rhinefort, President. This year the Industrial Arts Club showed their skill by com- peting in city, regional, and statewide Industrial Arts Fairs. They traveled from city fairs to regional competition held at Tarleton State University and state competition at the Waco Convention Center. The club officers this year in- cluded President, Andy Rhinefortg Vice-President, Lesley Brewer, Secretary, Babette Bogertg Treasurer, Genia Davis, and Sergeant-at- Arms, Paul Hryekewicz. The club was sponsored by Charles McClure. The Arlington Heights Industrial Arts Club is a member of the Texas Chapter of the American Industrial Arts Association. Between competi- tions the club enjoyed doing com- munity service projects. Industrial Arts Club: Front Row: Co-Sponsor Charles McClure, Babette Bogert, Eli Carranza, Genia Davis, Lesley Brewer, Gary McElyea, Peter Joe, Co-Sponsor James Luckett. Back Row: Co-Sponsor James King, Tim Rax, Randy Beach, Tim Heller, Art Ew- ing, Traci Jennings, Andy Rhinefort, Co-Sponsor Dane Argentini. Industrial Arts Clubf 181 LtC If n- Pg W W . ,Apu ! Q V 7 QE I -. i f 1 5 f N ' -'mgvai 3 fl Q If G I 6 ' 0 new ill llll llll i ,fr Headquarters: Front Row: Terri Dalrymple QBn. Co.J. Second Row: Alma Shilds QS-IJ, Anita Baker CS-21, Deborah Kope QS-33, Glenetta Dixon QA-41. Color Guard: Front Row: Anthony Roberts, Tony Robinson. Second Row: Calvin Johnson, Dennis Brown, Craig Love. J.R.O.T.C.f 183 5,51 i SS? Z ' 11 :mu 2 1 iw T .125 A - M -. .51-, ,.-tg A ' Q A Company First Platoon: Front Row: Steve Dales, Tim Heller A Company Officers: Marc Enriquez, Cindy Smith, Row: Kathy Seay, Shane Seel, Eric Bassinger. Third Row: Andrew Gordon, Anaya, Reginald Gardner, Oscar Juarez, Blaine Hardwick T Williams. ur , ' nu- ?" 'V ,i QQ 1' A Company Second Platoon: Front Row: Thomas Matthews. Second Row: Benita Jones, Parichart Yordrum, Charlene Ravin Third Row: Sheree Timms, Andre Vasquez, Kim Latson, Lisa Murphy, Brandon Hughes, Raub Alberts. 184 f J.R.o.T.C. S A u B Company: Front Row: Paul Chargois, Doug Haltom, Archie Muse, Lori Ralph, Charles Rosoburgh. Second Row: Dennis Brown, William Williamson, Russell Manus, Anna White, Alvaredo Ward, Dustyn Zimmerman, James Cotten, Craig Love, Charles O,Keefe, Tony Robinson. lC Company: First Platoon: Front Row: David Goode, Jeff Burns, Second Row: Glenda Alexander, Paul Rittiner, Randy Greenblatt, Melissa Hirrell, David Aylesworth, Yvette Jenkins. Third Row: Tyron Walker, Angela Brown, Rebecca Morgan, John Webster, Richard Moore, Shawn Reagans, Barbara Bruce, Chris Spencer, Connie Jacobs. J.R.O.T.C.f 185 C Company Officers: James Morgan, Lance Miller, Cheryl Brown, Ronald Hawkins. l C Company Second Platoon: Front Row Kneeling: Cedric Doty, David Martinez. Second Row: Lance Miller, Enrique Cordova Becky Tyson, Andrew Hutchinson, Tyrone Adams, Stacey Evans. Third Row: Steven Williams, Raquel Trujillo, Walter Nellen Anna Maldanado, Calvin Johnson. Fourth Row: Jed Neis, Lawrence Williams, Arthur Loffler, Marc Green. 186 f J.R.o.T.C. Orchestra Rebuilds With Plans for the Future DK Conductor Mr. Paul Smith There were no sawings of strings for the orchestra this year due to a major renovation -that is, the rebuilding for their forth- coming debut in 1985. Due to a loss of some veteran musicians, director Paul Smith decided a new orchestra was in need. So, this year, budding musi- cians were trained to play as ex- pertly as their predecessors as Mr. Smith sharpened their skills to a razor's edge. When or- chestra members had cultivated their skills, they were put to the test by playing a mini-concert downtown. Members also treated school officials to a concert in the ad- ministration building. Officers for this year, Crystal Davis, president, Clifford Thompson, vice president, Jamie Hammond, secretary, Yvonne Adams, treasurer, and Jill Boles, librarian, all agreed that the new orchestra is on its way to the top. 28- cv Q Orchestra: Jamie Hammond, Jill Boles, Crystal Davis, Yvonne Adams, Clifford Thompson Orchestra 187 Flag Corps and Twirler Enliven Halftime Shows Once again, the halftime shows were enlivened by Renee Austin, twirler and the flag corps. A This is Renee's second year as the AHHS featured twirler. "Working as a part of the band has really given me a sense of self-discipline. I have enjoyed participating in the spirit of the school," exclaims Renee. She participated in the Louisiana Open State Competition, last summer in New Orleans. ln the advanced category, Renee placed 4 first out of 50 girls. The flag corps had an excep- tional year twirling the school colors to many popular songs such as Lionel Richie's MHello.'l j Sponsored by Mrs. Sarah Smith, Twana Brock, junior, served as captain with Tonya Martin, sophomore, as Lt. Capt. "All the girls have done a great job and I'm proud to be a part of such a group. I'm sure we will be just as great next yearf, adds Twana. "They're playing our song," thinks Tonya Martin. FLAG GIRLS First Row: Tonya Martin, Regina Bailey, Kim Ido, Renee Austin, twirler, Twana Brock, Renee Holland, Gloria Lukas. Second Row: Sandy Hamon, Lisa Thigpen, Kim Montoya, Apri Eubanks, Cathy Pack, Karen Wood. 188 f TwirlerfFlag Girls 4 1 tldH'lF' r n I 1 wo, i A r wb 'Q wr' X N is X if M ff K 'aw x N ' J Q .I 4, ' aj ,' ,W , iz F M, if 1 NX , ,QL 'Q m 'W 1984-85 Heights Band Hailed as c'The Best" The Arlington Heights Band filled the 1984-85 sports season with much enjoyable music. James Rictor, captaing Jill Boles, lst lieutenant, Shirl Sperry, 2nd lieutenant, and Dee Dee Powell, librarian, headed the roster of officers. The band participated in such exciting activities as the U.I.L. Marching Competition where they competed against other schools for awards. They also displayed the blue and gold in such parades as the Veterans Day Parade and the Parade of Lights at Christmas time. Dur- ing Spring Break, the bandsters took a much needed rest and travelled down to Houston to the famed Astrodome to participate in the Astroworld Music Festival. Director Paul Smith reflected with an air of pride, "This par- ticular band is the most cooperative and easy to get along with that I have had in a long time, and having those qualities brings out the bestf, Band director, Mr. Paul Smith The 1984-85 Arlington Heights Marching Band 190 f Band 'Qx W xx, ,- K -L i . W JE' in K' View . , ka.. -t, b p j V . 9 Z, Michael Smith captures the spotlight with his trumpet solo. . xx '4 I 1 3 t 2 4 5 J I at ' -,, 'df 4--..... ,,, , i-fifii l x . MQW if , .ly , W.. ,L V, , B H, a N, it 1 QW .3 -A 'a f, ' "HW W 1"?sv"anf E. mn Scott Ward and Chris Hawkins establish the beat for the Fight Vanessa Lowe waits patiently for her cue to begin. S0flg- Bandf 191 The AHHS Choir Appears in Top Form This Year The Arlington Heights Choir had a successful and eventful year. The fall semester was spent primarily in preparation for the many programs in the spring. A Christmas program was presented which was filmed and shown on cable. They competed in the Sandy Lake Show Choir Festival once again. Among the many shows and competitions of the spring, the UIL Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest, High School City Choral Contest, All City Honor Chorus Audition, l and All City Honor Chorus ., .At Scholarship Audition were just a . , 7 . - N few. yi! ei fl Mrs. Norton was very pleased with her choir this year. "Music l is on an upswing at Arlington I Heights," she commented. Then she added, "This is one of the best groups in a long time." 4 ,J The 1984-85 AHHS Choir performs one oftheir musical numbers. is AHHS Choir: Front Row: Bridgette Council, Margo Hinton, Bridgette Greene, Rachel Johnsen, Angela Hoskins, Frank Vargas, Clinton Brookover, Rodney Webster, Jude Chevere, Eureka Patterson, Patty Worrell, Lauriva Day. Second Row: Tracy Zimmer, Leslie Meek, April Humphrey, Joe Briones, John Williams, Danny Oge, Leslie Knell, Corey Goolsby, Rose Shuey, Andrea Brown, Amy Douglas, Melissa Ayala. Third Row: Jodie Hackney, Sharon Batchelor, Tonya Martin, Trisha Ranta, Lisa Brookins, Christy Liles, Christy King, Rene Brown, Wendy Jordan, Cindy Kreuger, Ann Baker, Sabra Jordan, Vickie Evans. l92 f choir ever sanitary "Aunt Jemima" Ew- "What'll it be Mac," asks an inquisitive states the benefits of wearing a "Boss Man" Stone. 1984-1985 Nouvelle Cuisine Council: "Stevie Ray" Brants, "Dr. Demento" Odom, "Sugar Hill" Rapper, "Taste Buds" Durham, "Aunt Jemima" Ewing, "Honey Necki' Puente, "Chef Tel" Gauntt, and "Boss Man" Stone. Not Pictured: "Studly" Mauser. NCC Carries Culinary Appreciation to New Heights The Nouvelle Cuisine Council was an organization dedicated to the appreciation of exceptional food. Forever driven by a quest for excellence, the NCC found leadership and wisdom in the eyes of their mentors, Ms. Bernie and Ms. Grendel. Projects for the council included frequent late- night dining and reviewing gourmet restaurants. Sponsors: Ms. Grendel and Ms. Bernie. After a slight disturbance, "Chef Tel', Gauntt quickly cleans up a spill. Nouvelle Cuisine Council f 193 Spanish Club Enjoys Prosperous Fund Raiser Once again the Spanish Club was sponsored by Miss Helen Hale. Mrs. Janis Arnett, a new Spanish teacher to the Hill, assisted her with the club's ac- tivities. President, Zavdy Castro, Vice-President, Rose Mary Alvarez, Secretary, Jennifer Youngblood, Treasurer, Michele Smith and Sergeant at Arms, Tom Patillo worked together to plan the club's activities. A few of these activities included Christmas carolling downtown with the French Club, and a club picnic in the spring. The club sold calendar posters and pocket planners as a fund raiser. The profits were used to -1 rvevw buy magazines, newspapers, pinatas and other materials for Officers: Michelle Smith, Treasurerg Jennifer Youngblood, Secretaryg Rose the Spanish classes Alvarez, Vice-President, Zavdy Castro, President, and Miss Helen Hale, Sponsor. 151' 5 fi fi 515 Spanish Club: Front Row: Zavdy Castro, Sherry Daswani, April Tidwell, Brian Shults, Amy Houston, Laura Grief, Victor Gon- zalez, Lorrie Matkin, Christie Taylor, Arturo Garcia, Cathy Davis, Susan Caram, Garolyn Treas, Michelle Smith. Second Row: Cam Arthur, Christopher Hunter, Jennifer Sellers, Paul Lopez, Rou Puente, Lee Norman, Jennifer McCollum, Sharon Morgese, Michael Hutton, James Estes, Kimberly Honn. Third Row: Elaine Gambill, Jim Odom, Phillip Hill, Jase Simmons, Kathy Smith, Rose Mary Alvarez, Clay Grant, Anuschka Hiebler-Niebler, Michelle Culpepper, Angela Houk, David Perlstein, Matt Browning, Mike Needham, George Bynum, Jennifer Youngblood, George Payor, Mark Jones, Wayne Donahue, Lee Daniels. 194 X Spanish Club French Club Experiences a Very Cultural Year The French Club had a very cultural and enjoyable year. The officers this year were Lou Mur- rin, President, Elizabeth Reynolds, Vice-President, John Sloane, Secretaryg and Robin 4, Borgers, Historian. 23- Led by Mrs. Norma Sivers, the club planned a different ac- tivity each month. They started out the year by having an ex- change student from France, Guillaume Decitre, speak to them and show slides. During the holiday season, the activities in- cluded carolling and a Christmas party. As a fund raiser, the club sold "Le Pops," and the profit went to the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. Other activities included an international food party with other language clubs and a movie "I just love Frenchmenf' says Lou Murrin, as guest speaker Guillaume Decitre and night. honorary member Arnaud Vallery Radot blush at her compliment. French Club: Front Row: Sherry Lynn Gillis, Teresa Byrd, Jennifer Napora, Brooke Davitte, Jennifer Lewis, Kara Baldwin, Martin Bowen Jr., Jill Fraley, Samantha Medlock, David Van Aken, Wendy Henry, Rachel Johnson, Candy Clement. Second Row: Tracey Thompson, Andrea Denny, Amy Peebles, Jean Barnett, Christina Galiga, Missy Dill, Karsten Lampka, Kevin Blair, Blake De- Ment, Roxanne Zepeda, Elizabeth Dixon, Lisa Thigpen, Debra Miller, Eddie Roubinek. Third Row: Michael Ashworth, Alex Den- ny, Jeff Bell, Clifford Thompson, Jimmy Brow, Reggie Ferguson, Elizabeth Reynolds, Missy Shilling, Christie Stratton, Andrew Contreras. Back Row: Gregg Anderson, Darren Smallwood, Rose Mary Alvarez, Burt Ising. French Club f 195 Competitions Highlight German Club in 985 With gummy bears in tow, the German Club members had their most successful season yet. Anuschka Hieber-Niebler told with enthusiasm how members sold gummy bears for cash profit. They also had fun-filled sausage parties and travelled to San Mar- cos' famed Sprach Fest. Members also travelled to Southwest for the Language Fair to compete in German language Q skill competitions. E Vice-president and part-time photographer Jeff Millegan said, "We have a great start in the new year and look forward to an even better future." Officers of the club include Anuschka Hieber-Niebler, president, Jeff Millegan, vice-president and photographer, Todd Reardon, secretary of foreign affairs, and Guy White, photographer. Once again, the club was sponsored by Mrs. Marilyn Ankenbauer. Mrs. Marilyn Ankenbauer, Sponsor. vs f-ay German Club: Front Row: Mario Lopez, Robert Moore, Lisa Ariago, Ann Randolph, Lisa Forey, Jennifer Peritt. Second Row: Jeff Millegan, Dennis Harris, Link Moore, Todd Reardon, Hank Demond, Tim Heller. Third Row: Rose Mary Alvarez, Ivan Stoper, Gilbert Cable, James Morgan, David Glenn, Joseph Jones. 196 f German Club The Latin Club Strives to Insure the Pax Romanus The Latin Club of 1985 proved to be prolific in its activities despite the year being one of transition. Club sponsor, Ms. Cheryl Girton, brought new life to the dead language, sparking interest and boosting member- ship. This year enthusiastic members initiated a new Heights tradition: the selling of balloons for the Homecoming game. With this profitable endeavor tucked under their belt, club members went on to participate in the language fair and fulfilled a marvelous year. i .0 Officers: Stephanie Hight, Bart Thornton, Steve Mear, and Melinda Ashworth. 4...,,.,i, , .,.,. M. , 5 0-r A'Ql'l"1U iff. T Latin Club: Front Row: Brian Shults, Steve Sparks, Chris Baltazar, Tu Anh Hoang, Neely Carter, Greg Tomlinson, Dacia West, Michael Joe, Sean Blaydes, Julie Joe, Lorena Lopez. Second Row: Paige Buechley, Steve Pfrimmer, Jan Foster, Jack Wilson, Kitty Junke, Mark Henderson, Shawn Nesmith, Matt Wilson, Allan Brants, Ms. Girton. Back Row: Phillip Murrin, Karl Mackey, Gret- chen Pastorek, Pam Branham, John Wilson, Jennifer Mayo, Lorraine West, Melinda Ashworth, Jennifer Schlotzhauer, Stephanie Hight, Bart Thornton, Mark Palmer, Steve Mear, Charles Mooney, Blain Pelland, Bill Bronson, Cynthia Brightbill, Michael White, David Pennington. Latin Clubf 197 Science Club Renews Itself Successfully at AHHS For the first time in many years the Science Club was renewed at Arlington Heights. The Science Club was sponsored by Mrs. Franczyk. Babette Bogert served the club as Presi- dent, and Toby Savitz served as Vice-President. They held many meetings throughout the fall. Most of the activities were planned for the spring. Among the activities were a nature outing and a geological dig. The science fair was also one of their key projects. All members share in common their interest in nature and love of science. Because of Mrs. Franczyk's en- thusiasm, the Science Club had a successful year. Q. 0 Q0 W' Science Club Sponsor: Mrs. Chris Franczyk Q0 s . . . ' . ri A ' I 0 t f 1 U 0 1 Members and Officers of the 1984-85 Science Club are: Cynthia Fitzpatrick, Secretary-Treasurerg Toby Savitz, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Franczyk, sponsorg Babette Bogert, President. 198 f Science Club Math Club Continues Tradition of Excellence i if y 5 3 E. s it WY? Math Club Sponsor: Mrs. Kathryn Daniel This year the Math Club demonstrated to a select group of students just how fascinating mathematics could be. Mrs. Kathryn Daniel combined tried leadersip with state-of-the-art teaching techniques to make the 1984-85 Math Club the best within recent memory. Needless to say, members were academically enriched and still found time for activities in the wonderful world of mathematics. Although it was one of the smaller clubs this year, the Math Club was able to meet the needs and interests of its members. 1984-85 Math Club: Sharon Morgesc, Mishon Powers, Steven Mear, George Papaliodis, Adam Honeckman. Math Club 1 199 Chess Club Prepares Strategies for Competition Completing their second year as a new club on the hill, the Heights Knights were off to a roaring start. Sponsored by Mr. James Luckett, the Chess Club members met weekly to strengthen their chess playing abilities and strategies. The members competed among themselves for an award given to the best player. During the year the Knights signed on as members in the United States Chess Federation. They competed locally with Chess Club members from various schools. "We've had a good year, and I hope we can expand our membership for next year,', said President Steve Rolls. Chess Club Sponsor: Mr. James Luckett Front Row: David Van Aken, Lance Miller. Second Row: Mr. James Luckett, Sponsorg Babette Bogert, Guy White Jeff Millegan 200 f Chess Club yt,-., 1 1 'r'r'r'1 A -ri-11 'i Ai- -L1 .i.i.i g all ,. .. ual.. -N-G: hillips, Youth-N-Government Takes Active Part in Politics Youth and Government, an fi 'itiiit ' A MQ, if 5 organization which simulates the 'wg' 'e 'L A E. , iii' 1 actions of government utilizing parliamentary procedure at its finest, was sponsored by Mrs. Vi- vian Murphey this year. Members attended the city con- ference, district conference and state conference in Austin. At the four day convention in Austin, Youth and Government members were given full use of the state capitol. They were allowed to use the Senate and House chambers to debate bills, study cases, and write proposals just as the real members of the Senate and House would. All in all, Youth and Government members had a very exciting and fun year. ta nnins wmmwmmmlhhlil 33 'sg I Sponsor: Mrs. Vivian Murphey 'VT . i 'a.qaa..a.'n.a. --4'--i .t-qty, Front Row: Mike Saylor, Chris Hall, Alexis Ander, Ann Bowlin, Patty Worrell. Second Row: Mark Summers, Monty Susan Creager, Michelle Nance, Duaine Styles. Third Row: Jim Odom, Bart Thornton, Neil Durando, Jeff Jackson, Hank emond. Y-N-G f 201 FHA Adds Taste to Life on the Hill The Future Homemakers of America was sponsored by Mrs. Mary Ann Testa this year. Mrs. Testa led her class through the projects that benefitted the com- munity and teachers. The group worked hard at cooking various dessert cakes to pay for activities. Also, cookies and cupcakes were baked and given to teachers at Christmas time. The FHA group was led this year by Camille Curry and Heather Scott, presi- dent and vice president respec- 'Wal tively. They placed second in the FWISD High School Bake-Off .As Q' ' 'Q with their entree, President Camille Curry, Sponsor Mrs. Testa, Vice President Heather Scott. nu llli nu T sz..-:.,f-as Hlll lQ?,,, lltll n n .-1.2-.-flilll 'Wi Inu mme null ii!!! 9 nu nu :iii FMU Q5 9 Top Row: Steven Booker, Rachel Davis, Wanda Johnson, Yosie Hie, Camille Curry, Mary Ann Testa, Heather Scott, Robin Ma- jette, Lisa Suarez, Richard Huffman. Bottom Row: Derric Williams, Tammy Freeman, Tamatha Cooper, Mary Alice Jones, Kelly Belmont, Maky Kim. Not Pictured: Linda Fahret, Jana Tarrant. 202 1 FHA OEA Uses Classtime to Prepare for Future in Mrs. Hamrick and the OEA officers. The Office Education Associa- tion was sponsored this year by Juanita Hamrick. OEA is com- prised of vocation office educa- tion students. The program en- courages students to become in- volved in community and office affairs. This year OEA competed in their annual state and national contest. The OEA also showed their appreciation to their employers by giving them a for- mal luncheon at Ridglea Country Club. This has been done by many OEA groups and is part of the Arlington Heights tradition. The officers for this year's OEA Club are Cynthia Curby, president, Lanette Duran, vice- president, Angela Anderson, treasurer. dnvnasnllvI First Row Anita Baker, Tamela Payne, Sandra Howard, Darla O'Neil, Lanette Duran, Tanya Capps. Second Row: Wanda Jenice Cash, Carol Turpin, Luisa Martinez, Kelley Donaldson, Emanuel Perez. Third Row: Moua Vang, Cristi Holt, Pack Patricia Lee, Angela Anderson, Ann Hoang, Holly McClain, Fernanda Garcia. Fourth Row: Mrs. Juanita Hamrick D Cynthia Kirby, Patience Walker, Ed Cheney, John C. List, Gale Ingram, Latonya Evans, Eryn Douglas, Misty Williams. OEA 1203 DECA Has State Convention in Fort Worth Distributive Education Clubs of America is an organization that aids in the development of students in the fields of marketing and distribution. The Arlington Heights leader is Mrs. Jacqueline Frazer. This year was a special one for the local sector of DECA. The Career Development State Con- ference was held during March in Fort Worth. The Arlington Heights group had other projects also, for a community project they visited the Arlington Heights Nursing Home. This year,s DECA officers are Judy Stailey, Heidi Johnson, Terri Dalrymple, Tod Crawford, Vicki England, and Liz Delaney. Arlington Heights DECA sponsor: Mrs. Jacqueline Frazer sir-1' .fmfl 71 i I DECA Club Members: Front Row: Esther Puentes, Heidi Johnson, Judy Staily, Kimberly Nielsen, Caroline Cisneros, L Delaney. Second Row: Jeff Myracle, Steven Dales, Gerardo Rios, Gayle Ingram, Vicki England, Laura Segarra, Randy Burns, Warren Snider, Todd Crawford. Back Row: David Yandell, Tony Dial, Stephen Wilson, Elizabeth Delaney, Keith Vandiver, Neal Crossan, Grady Spears, Philip Rauwolf. 204 f DECA iza HECE Introduces New Teacher to the Hill Home Economics Cooperative Education was sponsored by first yearteacher,h4rs.Jannetth4oss This work program gives the stu- dent interested in fabric-related fields and food-related fields the chance to go to school and work at jobs with these trades. This year HECE had several acuvides that kept theni busy throughout the months. Among these was a breakfast provided for their respective employers. Also, four members traveled to the IJaHas hdarket and Ciarnrent centers during the faH.'The of- ficers for HECE are Joyce Pratt, Brady Barham, Dawn Bailey, Jan Randle, Crystal Davis, and Antonio Wallace. 1984-85 HECE Club Officers. B573 A " U!!! had E"?'Wi?lftg .f.4o,,ss3 B.. HECE Members: Front Row: Milagros Valentine, Laura Govea, Jan Randolf, Sharlene Chadwick, Lori Holland, Angela Davis, Susy Bourke. Second Row: Steven Mooty, Ray Henry, Charles Malone, Lacynthia Glenn, Joyce Pratt, Dwight Green. Third Row: Barbara Lee, Armando Gonzales, Brady Barham, David Good, Angie Slavik, Cynthia Kotter. Fourth Row: John Diakis, Randy Foster, Antonio Wallace, Crystal Davis, Henry Snider, Mary Dent, Melissa Cooper, Eveline Cartwright. HECE 1 205 S P O R T S 206 f Sports Q Y X K RIMS" L QI if Y --A-4,-,, f --....,Ns AR' -Y---vv--Y, 1 Sports f 207 Winning Spirit Carries Team to a 7-3 Record The 1984 Fighting Yellow Jackets again carried on the tradition of past Heights' teams this year. The team,s perform- ances kept Heights fans on their feet until the last whistle of the year was blown. The Yellow Jackets opened the 1984 campaign with an im- pressive win over Mineral Wells, 23-13. The next week of the preseason play, the Jackets en- countered a tough South Grand Prairie team and lost 49-23. In what proved to be the game that showed the spectators the Jackets were for real, they won a hard fought game against Ar- lington Martin, 14-7. Key performances were turned in by Tim Rax and Ben Barlow. Going into district with a 2-1 win-loss record, the team faced cross- town rival Western Hills. The Jackets proved to all, that they would challenge for the district title with an impressive 23-13 win over the helpless Western Hills Cougars with key perfor- mances by Tim Mauser and Tim Rax. The next week of district play the Jackets continued their march for the district title with a listless win over district- contender Dunbar by a score of 9-7. Aided by a superb defensive game and a blocked punt by John Applegate for a safety, the Jacket's hopes were still aimed for the title, The following game, was equally important to fans and players. At the Homecoming game, spirits flared as each team ran up and down the field putting points on the board, only to end up in the hands of the Yellow Jackets with a 36-20 trouncing of the Trimble Tech Bulldogs. The following week, however, the Jacket's hopes were damp- ened by a 14-13 loss to Southwest. The team, despite a 14-7 deficit with 3:06 left in the game, came back within a point of the Rebels. 208 Varsity Football 4,1 Shawn Mullins and teammates stare their opponents eye to eye. Tim Mauser's pass to Walter Reynolds goes for long yardage against Dunbar. 4 ' , rt S 2 Varsity Football Record AHHS Mineral Wells 13 AHHS South Grand Prairie 49 AHHS Arlington Martin 7 7 AHHS Western Hills 15 AHHS Dunbar 7 A AHHS Trimble Tech 20 AHHS Southwest 14 AHHS Paschal 7 AHHS Eastern Hills 6 AHHS O. D. Wyatt 24 John Applegate gracefully leaps high in the air to block a punt against Dunbar for a safety. ,... 4 ' :bf-Pfff f, R iiii H mug.. ,,.4f, , . , . ,,.i. .-.L LE. to . 1984 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Doug Franke, Elston Howard, Tony Ruiz, Bret Helmer, Darryl Harris, Scott Protzman, Eddie Henson, Nathan Vanl-Iofwegen, Tony Fish. Second Row: Dave Richardson, Chris Chevreaux, Steve Reese, Cort Dehart, Jason Rynd, Chris Bond, Chris Pate, Marty Bowen, Tony Johnson. Third Row: Oliver Fanning, John Gallagher, Ray Barnes, Frank Vargas, Mike Saylor, Lance Holmes, Rex Baker, Lee Kelly, Danny Torres,-L. Timms, Lee Hopkins. Fourth Row: Iohn Applegate, David Dozier, Anthony Riley, Tim Mauser, Ben Barlow, Jeff Wolf, Walter Reynolds, Shawn Mullins, Robin Riley, Matt Driscoll, Steve Gauntt, Paul Hryekewicz, Tri Goldthwaite. Varsity Football f 209 Yellow Jacket Togetherness Makes Team a Winner The play was on a pass from Tim Mauser to Walter Reynolds covering thirty-seven yards. The team opted to try a two point conversion, but failed and was handed their first district loss of the year. The next game of the year was played against the nemesis Paschal Panthers. The Jackets gave an excellent perfor- mance both offensively and defensively. ln the first half the Jackets opened up a l0-O margin over the Panthers, aided by two interceptions by Tony Johnson. In the second half, the offense stalled, but the defensive squad preserved the win for the Jackets by limiting the Panthers to only seven points. The final score left the Jackets ahead 10-7. Going into the next to last game of the season, the hopes of the Jackets were still set on the district title, yet getting into the playoffs was equally important. The Jackets proved to be up for the task as the team performed excellently. The final score left the Jackets a top 20-6 over the Eastern Hills Highlanders, with key performances from L. C. Timms and Chris Chevreaux. The final game of the year, as it turned out was against the Chaparrals of O. D. Wyatt. The winner of this game was headed to the state playoffs. As the even- ing continued break after break went against the Jackets. After a depressing outing the Jackets lost 24- l 2 to the Chaps. In summary of the season, the team's combined effort and en- thusiasm, along with the aid of the omniscient coaching staff, the Jackets produced a vintage year and a respectable 7-3 record. 210 f Varsity Football While taking a break, the huddle converses over the games strategy, L. C. Timms breaks free from the would be tackler en route to a Jacket touchdown 2 v 4. Q Coach John Leseman tells the secondary a bad joke during a brief Mike Saylor finds humor in the game while Ben Barlow, timeout. Doug Franke, and Bret Helmer think differently. Paul Hryekewicz, senior, Mike Saylor,junior, and Jeff Wolf, senior, make the big hit on a helpless Cougar ball carrier. Varsity Football f 211 Junior Varsity Team Coasts to the District Title The 1984 Junior Varsity Team, under the able guidance of Coach John Leseman, breezed through the district challengers to capture the District Cham- pionship. The Junior Varsity team captured the title with a scarless record of 6-0. Including pre-season games the Junior Var- sity compiled an overall record of 8-1. Led offensively by the passing of Greg Kimmel, quarterback, and the catching of John Naylor, tight end, and Scott Meyer, split end, the Junior Varsity put an excessive amount of points on the board. With the help of Marty Bowen, flanker, Tony Gould, fullback, and John Sloan, tailback, the Junior Varsity chewed up yardage on the ground as well as through the air. Defensively the Junior Varsity was led by Dennis Askins, linebacker, Mark Stevens, defensive guard, and Mark Sanders, defensive tackle. The defense limited opponents to just ll points per game, with ag- gressive play and diligent eagerness. This yearls Junior Varsity team shows promise for next year's Varsity team. The coaches feel strong about next year's squad, and have high hopes as well as high expectations. N! DI-SIRI T EW, Q fs fu 8 N, Q.. 'Milf lf' 5' Z? I - . 212 f Junior Varsity Football Junior Varsity Football Record AHHS 12 Mineral Wells 0 AHHS 27 South Grand Prairie 20 AHHS 12 Arlington Martin 20 AHHS 20 Western Hills 14 AHHS 21 Dunbar 14 AHHS 40 Southwest 7 AHHS 26 Paschal 0 AHHS 26 Eastern Hills 6 AHHS 29 O. D. Wyatt 20 Dunbar running back looks for room to run, but finds nothing but more Jackets Greg Kimmel desperately looks for the needed yardage. Blake Dement zeros in on a stranded Dunbar ball carrier. 1984 Junior Varsity Football Team: Front Row: Rico Leal, Karsten Lampka, Edward Lasater, Dennis Rodriguez, Jason Varner, Jeff Herr, Michael Hutton, John Sloan, Marty Bowen, Mike Needham, John Naylor, Wayne Donahue, Danny Ross, Gre K' Second Row: Brad Duffy, Dennis Askins, Tony Foley, Julian Stevens, Neil Stone, Chris Davis, Kelly Schmitz, Davi Devitte, Ed Holt, Blake Dement, Curtis Gilfillan, David Glenn, Robin Gamson. Third Row: Tony Gould, Alan Robinson, Paul Scott, Joe Jones, David Walker, Mark Stevens, Eric Dorris, Scott Meyers, Mark Sanders, Ned Barlow, Chris Flemmons, Chris Spencer. Junior Varsity Football f 213 Frosh Football Team Gains Share of District Title Newcomers to the Hill start off with a big sting. This year's Freshman Football Team with a record of 6-l showed promise for future Yellow Jacket teams. Led by Johnny Jones and Joe Freshman Football Record Collier the team's offense showed AHHS Western H1113 ability to score an abundance of AHHS Dunbar points, while the defense led by AHHS Tfllllblfl Tech Joe Mullholland and Donald AHHS Southwest Reynolds stunned opponents with AHHS Paschal their amazing ability to bend but AHHS Eastern Hills not break. Under the direction of AHHS O- D' Wyatt Coach Tommy Elliott the teams efforts helped them gain a share of the District title. 1984 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Chris Culler, Robert Mega, Chris Lewis, Joe Collier, Michael Williams Charles Ward, Andy Johnson, Steve Primmer. Second Row: Kirk Johnson, John Salley, David Mote, Richard Varnell, Eric May, Michael Pitts, Donald Reynolds, Jeff Bond, Tony Fish. Third Row: Vernon Porter, Daniel Riker, Karl Mackey, Roland Sanders, Joe Mullholland, Lance Francyk, Johnny Jones, Burk Lowe, Michael Murray. Fourth Row: James Smith, Thomas Jones,'Michael Beech, James Galushia, Greg Wilson, Pat Davis, Jonathon Herd, Kirk Mortin, John Renfro. Fifth Row: William Smith, Michael Rodgers, Curt Tweed, Marvin Nash, Brian Tidwell, Brian Owens, Rodney Wilson, Eric Stohlman. 214 f Freshman Football Junior Varsity Squad Fires Up Spirit at Heights E . 1984-85 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Courtney Jakimier, Rachel Meyer, Traci Dickenson, Holly Hodges. Second Row: Tiffany Burk, Leigh Ann Pyeatt, Jen- nifer Roels. Back Row: Kara Baldwin, Malinda Wolfe, Melissa Pulido. The 1984-85 Junior Varsity cheerleading squad was headed by Mrs. Paulette Lyons and second-year sponsor Mrs. Evelyn Collins. There were five sophomore girls and five freshmen girls. As was the new policy this year, the sophomore girls cheered at the J.V. games only, freshman girls cheered at the freshman games. The Junior Varsity squad, as a whole, at- tended a cheerleading camp in the first part of August at Southern Methodist University of Dallas, where they learned cheers and ways to promote spirit on the Hill. Each week the girls sold football programs before the start of each Varsity game. They also participated in practices after school several times a week. "Arlington Heights is number one and don't you forget!" ex- claims Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Leigh Ann Pyeatt. Kara Baldwin enthusiastically executes a new cheer J.V. Cheerleadersf 215 216 f Varsi Awesome Spirit Is Shown by Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity cheerleaders, headed by second-year sponsor Mrs. Susan Gregory, enjoyed a year of promoting spirit at Heights. The squad consisted of six senior girls, six junior girls and a junior mascot. The girls worked very hard painting signs, baking cakes and cookies, decorating the field house and demonstrating overall genuine school pride. As in the past, all members ofthe squad attended a cheerleading camp at Southern Methodist University, where they learned cheers, dances, sideline chants, and the newest spirit yells. Extra activities ofthe cheerleaders included selling school t-shirts, and popcorn for the squad fund, and helping the Booster Club sell plaques. X 'Y '84-85 Head cheerleaders Laura Roels and Sherri Uecker with sponsor Mrs. Gregory Missy Flowers dangles from the stage curtains as Karen Fox With her usual enthusiasm, Robin Huston encourages the stu attempts to balance her during the pep rally. dent body to support the football team. ty Cheerleaders .fa . 0 pil' nf Bl' x K"'N ',,,.,-. E6 W,.J 'viissy Sandoval, senior, holds her pose as she quickly tries to 'emember the next step in the dance. "Here I am," says Yellowjacket mascot, Stephanie Smith. V.. 4-gwav--'QQ' ,,.,,.,.....-..-vo f f"'S"' EL-QM? , ' ,-3. f r- ' 5 M JK- 'njfffl .984-85 Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Tammy Dickenson, Krissy Pedigo, Karen Fox, Sherri Uecker, Elizabeth Reynolds. Back 'lowz Emily Albright, Annette Mann, Missy Flowers, Robin Huston, Missy Sandoval, Carla Brumley, Laura Roels. Varsity Cheerleaders f 217 21 8fBasketball The boy's varsity basketball team over came a few mishaps this year to finally become a unit of great quality and pride. It was hard to work with a squad in which its players were coming and going, but Coach Nabors did a good job. The team led the Jackets with his amazing moves ind swlshlng jumpers Todd Rapp and Ben Barlow evolved into awesome b ill players and did their best on the court and bench. .loe Cooper was often mistaken for Moses Malone. Reggie sixty, double handed slamma amma Robert roomes was an incred tble leaper and sank many a bank shot The most physical and g- gressive player was Charles Rosborough. Donald Reynolds pulled through for the team with The tipoff man, and best inside man was Courtney H ll K lvln "Tweety" Dixon produced well in all phases ofthe game. L. C. Timms was a leader with his positive attitude and ability to bounce back from his mistakes. The team appreciated its Hoopers Pull Through a Tough Season ,011nS011-S..bf4,-.N was one of inexperience. Veteran Steve Booker, J ' st 'shot was hi - three- his 25 footers and the rest of his incredible talent. few supporters. Varsity, Front Row: Coach Nabors, Donald Reynolds, .loc Cooper, Ben Barlow, Todd Rapp, , Second Row: Courtney Hill, Steve Booker, Kelvin Dixon, Robert Groomes, 2 I lei:-r"5i51aa L. C. Tiggs throws up another brick. Arc you serious? Todd Rapp in for moi? Donald Reynolds shows some fancy dribbling and footwork. Courtney Hill has a massive slam-dunk. i 4 fl' fwfr Nwgif ,W 'f? . -W' Q :youu-w w x ! ., .MV y N-nd' Joe Cooper soars above everybody as Ben Barlow fights for his position. Ain't nobody gonna stop Steve Booker tothe hoop! Basketballf2 I 9 J. V. Cagers Develop Skills and Gain Experience The Arlington Heights High School Junior Varsity boys' basket- ball team, coached by Larry Waters, had a good time this season. Coach Waters, the "All- American' coach, always told his players their mistakes and strove for excellence in them. The .l.V. got lots of practice everyday scrimmaging the Varsity. Each and every player improved greatly during the season, prepar- ing themselves for varsity competition. Ed Gray. Qera.lcLLR,oss., Scott Meyers, Cedric Doty, Eric Doris, Chris Davis, Danny Ross, and Richard Craney, all added excite- ment to basketball at Heights. Coaches Johnny Nabors ind Larry Waters fortify themselves before an upcoming tournament in Lubbock J.V. Team, Front Row: Chris Davis, Ed Gray Back Row R-Lcltard Craney Cedric Doty Eric Doris Danny Ross vvofiv B isketbaii Freshmen Utilize Their Many Talents With Success "Help me somebody!" exclaims Jeff Bond as his opponents collapse on him. The 1984-85 Freshmen Boys' Basketball Team had a totally awesome team. The freshmen team welcomed Mr. Jerry Thomas to coach the team. They both proved to be a great success. II Aff. I , , .J -gyitmpgiqiag 412 Freshmen Basketball Team, Front Row: Coach Thoma, Anthony Lynn, Vernon Porter, Terrence Payne, Michael Williams, Gregb Michael Ashworth, Second Row: Darryl Lee, James Rainbolt, Karl Mackey, Joseph Collier, Jeff Bond, Lance Franczyk, James Crawford. Freshmen Basketballf22l Lady Jackets Slam-Dunk a Spectacular Season If X 1 ' QT J I 1, '4 Z V -it W 'li ,1 it 1 ' i , , The JV and Varsity Girls' Basketball teams were led by a X if new addition to the Hill, Miss ,TQ My s b , Y Laura Morton. The coach for the . s ' p X freshman team was Mr. James KM til 'S f ff? Luckett. All three of the teams 1,,, ' had exceptional years, especially .'Wbb x the varsity girls, with a l0-4 or record in district. "These girls if were a really fun group to work I ' with," said Coach Morton, "they lst made my first year here very enjoyablef, , Farris. Joyce Pratt, otherwise known as "Dr, P," gracefully maneuvers the ball around her determined opponents. 222fGirls' Basketball Varsity Team: Front Row: Karen Fox, Suzanne McGowen, Sherry Luttrell, Rachel Davis. Back Row: Michele Alread, Juliet Isbell, Renee Brown, Sherri Bowers, Aaron lu-aa I 34. . h . i , . , Av ,.......ss.......Q........,...... N ,a.,,,..-.Nu,,W... M93 l Mm, WT. M Rachel Davis zooms past her astonished opponent who can't imagine how any human can move so fast! 'ri ui JV Team: Front Row: Sharlene Raven, Yolanda Tyson. Sec- Galiggy freshman, warns ner scheming Opponent, ond Row: Melissa Gifford, Cindy Krueger. Third Row: Susan ou toucha the ball, I breaka the hand." F3I'I'iS, Chflstifle Gilliga- as Mew l i Freshman Team: Front Row: Cassieulglarris, ,April Tidwell. . Second Row: Jennifer Sellers, Lori Groze, Debra Sanders. With springs on her feel, Juliet Isbell shoots for the hoop. lsjckd ROW3 Christi Zuwafski, Sabrina FHHUOYJ Cathy en oza. Girls' Basketballf223 224fBoys' Competitive Tracksters Set District Title as Goal This season the boys, track i LI. .. team was led by Coach Joe r fffz. Galiga. With lots of hard work, M A dedication, and determination, this team proved to be a very suc- cessful one. They competed in the Cougar Relays, Cowtown Relays, and the Annual Indoor Meet. "We had an excellent fi group this year and next year's A M e "N 'JJ NM. ,ug team has a promising future," t . ., . p p commented Coach Galiga. A A if l "Hurry! We'll be late for Chemistry," exclaims Allan Brants to his feliow trackl mates. T 43 , "This is going to be easyf' thinks .Iohn Applegate. is -A y , Floating on a cushion of air, Marlon Mote runs the final lap to lead his team to victory. Caught in mid-air, George McGown clears a hurdle with an air of elegance. Track F"""I..'TT-'eff Z 984-85 Boys' Track Team: Front Row: David Perlstein, Jack ilson, Allan Brants, Duaine Styles, Pants Bogart, Marlon Mote, en Sellers. Second Row: Tim Myers, Larry Bilbrey, Chris Gen- heimer, Robbie McLain. Third Row: Frank Taylor, Marco Puente, ohn Applegate, Anthony Riley, Robert Riley, George McGown, im Rax. Fourth Row: Coach Galiga, Hunter McLean, Calvin mith. s. .nqclf im, .V L. Chris Gensheimer gives it all he's got during a practice relay. 1' 'VW my frvqn, t.'a-new,-y A ai ' wrap vw' K ' V , L N , K' Mn ,,,, -A L....t,i..m..fe-fl ,- 395 'ui t p- Anthony Riley demonstrates the proper form in throwing the shotput. Larry Bilbrey sprints to the finishing line as Marty Bowen looks on. Boys' Trackf225 JV, Varsity Girl Tracksters Set District as Goal Jimmy Jenkins, once again coached the J.V. and Varsity Girls' Track Teams. This year the Varsity team faced a year of rebuilding after the graduation of several top runners. At the same time the J.V. team worked to have a prosperous Varsity team next year. The hard prac- tices of both teams paid off in the spring meets and the big District Meet. l . ,H Deitre "The Stacki' Allen hurls a mighty metal mass into the great beyond. "Owl," says Monica Kirkpatrick as Glennetta Dixon braids her hair for a meet. 226 Girls Track 1985 JV Girls' Track Team: Front Row: Kathy Hendrickson, Meredith Williams, Stephanie Smith, Missy Flowers, Robin Borgers, Brooke Davitte. Second Row: Joy Fritsch, Cecilia Alvarez, Maria Cuellar, Melanie Walker, Whitney Woodward, Joan-. na Burdette, Kara Baldwin, J. J. Goldthwaite. Back Row: Karen Fox, Aimed Wombel, Lisa Poole, Cherry Harris, Christina Blanchard, Holly Hodges, Binky Floyd, Ashley Boggs. E713 A l T 'r v .rw A 12.1- ,T xxx g . V 52 I. n ' ' . . 'arf 'Q A , ff'-,QW A rl , . A .gov .Q S x 9-f if -A Qs: A 1 -W4 4. ,ii r . r""Nf?-r Q, A 1 1 I Q Sharma Guillory prepares for a crash landing while making a winning longjump. 'yt 'Ella Cv , "ne.ff--6 1985 Varsity Girls' Track Team: Front Row: Melissa Leal. Second Row: Nicke I4Ll2 Glennetta Dixon, Monica Kirkpatrick. Back Row: Holly Deitre Allen, Aaron Farris, Elizabeth Reynolds. again roun s the bendrof the A Tonja Tea lati lcr and Monica Kirkpatrick dream of winning first place ribbons. k R' trac . , .str v- L f ' fl A - Vi ..,n-was ' -. ui-ygvftau I .uk kb . .... .,ff?",.,.x Practicing their rhythm, Joanna Burdette makes the hand off g'Don't stick me!" pleas a nervous ' f to Elizabeth Reynolds as Coach Jenkins offers instructions. 'we , , ' . ""' .ainitt a "Gee, I could run all day," thinks freshman Br ' -as she once .H.H.S. X' . 4x as Elizabeth Reynolds attempts to pin her track number on. Girls' Trackf227 Girls Varsity Volleyball Jumps to New Heights The Varsity Volleyball team had an exceptional year. They were coached by Mickey Pelley, whose primary emphasis was on teamwork this year. The team came in second place in district only behind Southwest, who was ,L tu rf, defeated by the Yellow Jackets. . . 1 They were defeated in bi-district by Richland High School. For 'G it the season the team came out with twelve wins and only two losses. Two of the players for the all-district team were Corrie Hill and Aaron Farris. The teamwork Coach Pelley stressed really paid off. The student body is extreme- ly proud of the outstanding ac- complishments of the Lady 4.. Jackets- "We always follow orders!" exclaim the jubilant Varsity Volleyball girls. r f t 2 2 1 GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Front Row: Christy Guimarin, Corrie Hill, Londa Brown, Angela, Kimble, and Melissa Gifford. Second Row: Rita Brown, Chqtiy Harris, Juliet Isbell, Aaron Farris, Nova Peeples, Coach Pelley, and Jennifer Witherspoon. 228 f Volleyball Girls Volleyball Shows Improvement This Season The Junior Varsity Volleyball eam had a great season this ear. They were encouraged and uided by Coach Jack Warren. he team had a much better eason than last year and showed reat amount of improvement rom last year. The freshman eam had a turbulent season. Many felt the reason for this was because the team didnit get a chance to play in many games or ltournaments. They did exhibit vast effort, though. The team was coached by James Luckett. The student body of Arlington Heights is immensely proud of the accomplishments and efforts these two teams have shown. The attempts made by these teams are a step in the right direction toward the improvement and ad- vancement of girls athletics at Heights. "And they say girls aren't athleticll' exclaims sophomore Sharla Gardner. J.V. Volleyball Team: Front Row: Sharla Gardner, Crisanta Santiago, Stacy Bowman, Laurie Meek, Felicia Chapman, J. J. Goldthwaite, Coach Warren. Second Row: We ,nf ' V Cindy Krueger, Lisa Suarez, Michelle Nance, Lani Stiles, Toshe Myracle. Volleyball 1229 f if , we Danny Petrie looks devastated as a meteor flies towards his head. SUCCGR Varsity Soccer Bi-District Champs This year's team was not, by any means, in a losing predicament many times. As a matter of fact the teams com- piled record was 14- 4-3g and was ranked third in the state. The team then proceeded into district play, and came out with a scarless record of 5- 0-2. The team's high hopes to continue on to state fell to the hands of a tough El Paso team by the score of 3-2 in overtime. The team's tenaci ty kept them kickin until the final whis tle. Coach Warre was proud of hi team and hopes t repeat the succes next year. 1 HEIGHTS EU' 5 .ine raw .grrcurs AE 1 1985 BI-DISTRICT CHAMPS fn v 230jBoys' Soccer Girls, Soccer Team Scores a Successful Season L l Senior Mary Alice Jones sets up the winning goal. Heights has a right to be proud of its Girls' Soccer Team. After completing a successful season, the group pursued higher stand- ing in the Regional Tournament in El Paso, Texas. Leading the team this year were Kyra Casey, Kathy Jay, Mary A. Jones, Suzanne McGown, Alma Sosa. Ji" hx. ft' C 1 " E, r I P- ,' x ' jili .. l ,lv fi,"i,,Ii M Y' V W me. ,..f 'ft - W K. -v Vs. ., 5,7 ji ,wk , .h L' ii! -'- 7, I, -, :fir tj Q W.-vm' sv.t4.'.-1, -flpiaqt jx . A fl. Til? i4f..g5h'q'i1 1-ia-as is 5559. ' , , " ffl" 1 "Just call me Rocky," says the en -- 'S ' thusiastic Tonja Teafatiller. Girls' Soccer Team, Front: Leslie Howeth, Stephanie Padrone, Amy Peebles, Michelle McKinney, Tonja Teafatiller, Alma Sosa Second Row: Lisa Suarez, Lauren Larson, Kathy Jay, Suzanne McGown, Kyra Casey, Mary Alice Jones. Boys Cross Country Runs With Sheer Determination This year's Boys Cross Coun- try Team under thc leadership of Coach Jenkins had a fairly suc- cessful year. They participated in several meets this Fall including the Country Day Invitational Meet in which they placed fifth. In their second meet, they placed another fifth. Against the Ar- lington Colts, our guys came out in a hard-fought fourth place. These events were all in September and early in the season. By the time of district competition in late October, the team was in much better shape. They finished the season as number three in district. Coach Jenkins feels that this year's team improved greatly during the season. :jg N 5 A, ' , JXNGAQOC f 'Q-K 1984-1985 Boys Cross Country Team: Front Row: Larry Bilbry, Allan Brants, Chris Gensheimer. Back Row: Robbie McClean, Boo Brightwell. ,U-Q, F 'We l Allan Brants, Chris Gensheimer, and Boo Brightwell show how much they lovc running by asking to run an extra mile. 232 f Cross Country Girls Cross Country Team Captures District Title Varsity Girls Cross Country Team: Front Row: Melissa Leal, Glennetta Dixon, Kirkpatrick and Tonja.Teafatiller. Back Row: Kara Baldwin, Holly Hodges, Luce, Kathy Lind. K l t l Junior Varsity Cross Country Team: Front Row: Robin Borgers, Meredith Kathy Hendrickson, Melanie Walker. Second Row: Traci Dickenson, Kristi Dee Dee Barker, Whitney Woodward, Heather Morrison. Third Row: Lisa Joanna Burdette, Jennifer Roels, Jennifer Silman, Leigh Ann Pyeatt, Cecilia Back Row: Ellison Clarke, Christine Zachary, Christina Blanchard and Floyd. Coach Jimmy Jenkins and his Girls Cross Country Teams had a very successful year. Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity Teams won District. The District meet was held for the third year at the Texas Christian University Golf Course during the month of October. When November came along, the Varsity Girls Team was off to Regionals held in Lub- bock, Texas. The girls did very well and finished twentieth out of one hundred and eighteen schools. This concluded an event- ful season for Jimmy Jenkins and his Girls Cross Country Teams. Coach Jenkins anticipates another great season next year. iw 1. t. . .. wg! t Q . ...4-at Wonder Womanis second cousin, Melissa Leal, prepares for take off with an abundance of zeal. Girls Cross Country 233 234 f ooir Jacket Golfers Swing Toward Excellence ' The 1984-85 Golf Team was coached by Coach Rob Dixon. This past fall, the boys and girls golf teams practiced at Z. Boaz Golf Course. In the spring, they practiced at Pecan Valley Golf Course. Both teams participated in three tournaments in the fall, the girls finishing twice in second place and once in third place, and the boys team finished ninth, twelfth, and fourteenth. Some of the top players were Holly Haas, Wendy Wood, Kelly Foy, Steve Graf, Steve Spears, Bryan West, Glen Siler, and Mike Ashworth. This spring the team went to tournaments held in Denton, Plano, Irving, and Ardmore, Oklahoma. The team showed a great amount of enthusiasm, and Arlington Heights is proud of the dedication all the golfers showed. Girls Golf Team: Whitney Snell, Holly Haas, Dixon. Not Pictured: Heather Bradley. Jennifer Little, Wendy Wood, Coacl Boys Golf Team: Front Row: Casey Hughes, Paul Rittiner, Howard Shadix, Shawn Blades, Brian Byrd, Micheal Ashworth, Tom- my Adams, Ben Brown, Bryant Gaines, Dayon Johnson. Second Row: John Heilhecker, Tom Pattillo, Richard Varnell, Steven Sparks, Scott Fitzgerald, Brian Schults, Phillip Hensley, Judd Emerson. Third Row: Clark Peebles, Gib Cable, Heagan Bayles, Bil- ly Waltrop, Steven Mear, Glen Siler, Mike Scoggins, Sam Burkett, Fourth Row: Mike Beech, Todd Carter, Carl Wentworth, Bryan West, Eric Zimmerman, Mark Jones, Patrick Davis, Bill Bronson, Stephen Graf, Gregg Anderson, Kelly Foy, Coach Dixon. 4+ 4 ,Ge fmav.. 'S 4. ma, 4,-iff x " -f , 1'-f :Q ,Q 4 x i wiv W by , - .Mm Ref I 1 fr Q 1 . ..- ' 5 -3. 'U M.q1LeQ Q, ' , Eff'-'97 ,1 'A ,swv 1 Tennis Team The 1984-85 Arlington Heights Tennis Team placed second in the fall team district, and then went on to play in the Regional Competition in Abilene, Texas. Coach Laura Morton, who also taught girls' bassketball at Heights, was new to the Hill this year. She was previously at Stripling Middle School where she taught P.E. Leading the team this year were seniors Jennifer Mayo and Todd Rapp, and juniors Michelle Alread and Jace Simmons. Coach Morton was very proud of both Varsity and J.V. The team worked out during first period and after school. Challenge matches were planned with Texas Tech, Eastern Hills, O. D. Wyatt, Western Hills, Southwest, Dunbar, and Paschal. Dual meets were also organized against Everman and Boswell. T T , j,gT Jarod Keen effortlessly sends his oppo- nent a smashing forehand. 236 Tennis Competes in Regional Competition 1984-85 Varsity Tennis Team, Front Row: Steven Phillips, Tom Dorris, David Oehl Roby Henry, Second row: Jennifer Mayo, Christine Riddel, Alexis Wilson, Laura' Dearen, Raney Richards, LaTricia Rodgers, Third Row: Clint Young, David Penn ington, Jeff Herr, Keeley Ferguson, Jason Simmons, Todd Rapp. Alexis Wilson, sophomore, concentrates on her service return. 2 -an ' la! N i ,N 1 4-85 J.V. Team, Front Row. Jason Sherburn, Alex Denney, Elizabeth Dixon Montez. Keeley Ferguson makes a backhand look all too simple. Jennifer Mayo, senior, makes a rush for the net. Traver, Back Row: Jarod Keen, Tom Murray, Gia Gailey, i , L3Tricia Rodgers enjgysariggmus get, 4...----' Tennisf237 The tradition continued accord- ing to Coach Tom- my Elliott and players. The 1985 Arlington Heights Varsity Baseball Team had a pro- mising outlook for the upcoming year. The team started off the year in the Houston Bellaire Chamber of Commerce Tourney. The squad also par- ticipated in the S o u t h G r a n d Prairie Tourney. This year's team returned seven let- termen and several players from the District winning J.V. squad of last year. For the year there were twenty games scheduled and the two above tournaments. With returning pitchers Steve Booker and Tim Mauser and consistent play fr o m S t e v e Gauntt, George G a m e z , T o m Hardgrove, and Frank Vargas, this year's team had high hopes to make the playoffs. ww, 1985 Varsity Baseball Team, Front Row: Steve Gauntt, Tony Contreras, George Gamez, Elston How Doug ' ' Puente, Second Row: Frank V Franke Rick Carney Tom Hardgrove Tim Mauser Walter al' Steve Durham, Martin Cliff Zachary George Gamez, in amazement, watches the ball go by. 238 Varsity Baseball X. fb:- x Steve Gauntt attempts to knock the cover off ofthe ball. ' "' fviwt. 2 1 ., viii:-fsdsvn no-us, , w ,Z Xe .ha Better late than never," thinks Tim Mauser, senior. 'lr' "Sweetneck" Puente cautiously eyes the pitcher. """"3 -manga 2is'+Q,,3' 'W' pryui ,uni ,IL-gt ,yagtpf ,, . , !. g.i.a?,g "Stay at third," instructs Coach Tommy Elliott. "My mom is going to kill me if l get my uniform dirty," mumbles Doug Franke, senior, with a mouth full ofdirt. Varsity Bascballf239 JV Players Re-evaluate Last Year's Antieipations 'YQ' "Almighty Zeus, please make me a better player!" pleads a desperate Mike Saylor. 240fJV Baseball Prospective Jedi Knight, Ned Barlow lashes out in mock battle. 2,4-sf-no qs , . gm v, -f A -- we ' 'ws -S 1 , K 3- ,, f K' sf .1 , .t P . 4,-xl.. lf ' k A lv-:yur ' iv ' , , " if A .' ., ' , if as we rf ,. E , ,,, ii. . ,iq :e,,..A on Q . .gf -.U wg A, I Ay. x. . 1 V. ,Am .,.,.. - -- ' l -,ziiw 7. je .gf ' . ...sv 3' , .Liar . , " 4' 1-" . '- ' 'Riffs " ' i gfhif, 'V 1 " . H':"3E36A ' . -5 ah 1 V ff,, , . f "They will never catch me!', snarls a feral David Walker. ll .3 A 5 Q ,EJ R 4 aww V. +, - 'Q-f , , A V x , ',, Q., tg-3 . Chris Smith reflects upon how funny he must look gagging on tobaccojuice. . x ',,..fft "1 4 .' .f . - , .U 4- 4,-qv' "Gee Whiz, the ball isn't going to hit me is it Coach?" inquires a nervous frosh. "Get up and fight like a man, sniveling worm!" screams a freshman Yellow Jacket. Freshmen Baseballers Advance to 4'Big Leaguesn -:vw Q r 'sg' y ' L .jk Q4 A J' -we .IAQ y..:.... M, J Y . N, ., ' .!,"gi,:,4,'1,14,s',fig-r.':i Zin in 'isnt 'wigs A .. I Y, ,., t4,.sspz,., ,,...g if a. av.. . V L, I gg? 4 eg' 3. "4 x ' J' , 9 D is I 9. f 'AWE A mx- 4 gf ,Uni M 6,4 Q Q 'U . fl... 3 - V- -5855. ' vi, i . 4 475' .yn , " ' i ' A Q : ww P ' - . ' .1- V "si 'tl "i.'6Npj..1'A hisxti xc vi ' 5 "'-"1" f' -at f i -P1 5 l '--' 'Ur va 'fl Uh I ' Q4 -1- , L Q, wt' " ' 'Y' M A ' ' if -9' 'r:,fr,. L v I LTQ v .I --ss. , .. .ofa .','.,," 12' ',l-,2fQ.-sf A ,fl ,,,. " fy ,Q .fx V ?,:'.J-ff " ' " Lv? . .,z.u tigyvlhllv 4 . .. ,I A 'Q 5.1: fame-..f--A.--ff-4'.. ,. ,M .V Slashing wildly, a future Babe Ruth closes his eyes and dreams of getting a hit. 'in A bright-eyed, bushy-tailed freshman plays the great American pastime. Freshmen Baseballf24l Swim Team Makes a Big Splash on the Hill The Arlington Heights Swim Fd y A fii'i iiiii Team was led by Scott Colby, 1, I the aquatic director f and swim e coach for the entire district. The fe S swim team as a whole had a fair- . si, , ly successful year with top con- 6 A ,gg tributions by Leigh Ann Pyeatt J . "H gl for the girls, team, A. J. Sum- A ggiy nilg mers for the boys' team, and Will . A 'W R' 'iq EM Stone for diving. The district ' A meet was held on March l-2, and y gg K gy 1 the state meet was held March Pjgtfffg .A si.,c, ' iii'il 15-16 at UT In Auslm' "This is really my better side," quips A. J. Summers. Front Row: Leigh Ann Pyeatt, Cynthia Kirkpatrick, Jennifer Kulas, Kristin Witherite, Donna Jean Robinson, Row 2: Chris Bar- row, Clay Grant, Stephanie Redford, Wesley Robinson, Back Row: Kelly Schmitz, -- K ' ' ' Jim Dulaney, Wilson Stone. ln perfect form, an AHHS Swim Team member sprints for the finish line. "I'm ready!" says Leigh Ann Pyeatt. 242fSwim Team I- r Q J I 5 IN MEMORIAM ,, il' ,w , I lv I ni? i, fl: Bold, Cautious, True, and My Loving Comradesf, Ursula Smith -H Whit Alvorado Ward 243 jIfennisffSOH L' ' Senior Activitieslndex DECA . . Distributive Edueationiiilubiioif L JRQTCQ, . Jiiniorlilleseiive A A Allleriw' L Tfainlllg CQIPSR l Future Biisinees Leaders? of VVV, V .:UffieeeEdueationiAssociation he 3 ere,e America PELE. . .,,,Pfe-EmplieymemLfiimaiibfy , .Future HomemiakersofA1neriee5 li i . Eeenomics Ceopefggive i , C. . spifirf f rherriii ' A V, ,A iiiiiiii CVOE . . . Vocational fficefllfedueiitioiiiiiiii ,efjuneier Aehievement ,gg A I R A ArtVClub, ..A- eAHOEgiMARlIE l h 325321 nd, Orchestra A ALBERTS, RAUB t, ,k-,' , - - V ALBRIGHT, EMILY Songleader, Latin,VVClub. Student Council ' GLENDA JROTC V VV Vr,V Baeketball1ffFootballgliBaseball, Performing Arts, V ALI, AMBERINA -' Q ..:7zi" AL" 322- CAQJAREZ, Rose MARY R Frebliman' Favorite, Junior Favorite., Senior Favorite, Sophomore, ,Howdy Queexi, Senior' Howdy Queen, Band, gibrehestrzf, Student Court-- cilg ,Senior A i Steering , A Committee, SOH Spirit Leader, Spanish Club, French Club, Homecom- ingcolm A gi. ANDER, C -Golflfffltudent Council, JV Cheerleader, SOH,,V Youth--n-Government, . Allied ,-', Youth,V4.Peer',1lL' Pressure Group,QV,Who's "if '11 ,ANDERSONi, ANGELA von, oEA S t R A ANrnoNY,QsARAie1 1AUST1N, BLAKE' BAILEY, DEHCRAHV V BAKER, ANITA ,g HEAKERQLELIZABETHL more Choir, Antoine A BAREFIELD, Blilx-XNL BARI-IAM, BRADY Y HECE ' -fig" ' ' A J OHN' Senior 'Class President,,Football,,Track, Basketf I ball., Senior Steering Committee: Spanielii-Club, SOHQQSCONAQ TandyPSeholar,'Art Club, Who's 1'Wh0ij5rVr2.-I , V BARNESRAY IBATTERSON, MICHELLE V Diving,Swim Team V ,QEALMQNTAQELLYA t 244fSemoriRctivities French Club, Youth-n-Government, Wh Jacket Journal. German Club. KeyV,Club"1g-Q-g r BOEHMEQKATRIN 'ff' 1 AFS ,.'- V4 BOGERT, BABETIE l Chess b, ,Science Cl neg ,Volleyball BOLES, CARMEN JILL Band. Orchestra, Homecorning Court Q KEITH ' 5 BOOKER, STEPHEN t C Senior Favorite Finalist, Basketballii' BO0NE,'DANlEL L A BOWLIN, ANN A l Spanish Club, Youtthfn-Goiernment, NHS, Key Club, American Scholar Award, Tandy Scholar Award. Ann Brannon Awards BRANSHAW, ELIZABETH' 'iol L A 7 BRANTSCALLAN A A NHS, Senior Steering Committe, Traelg Yelloufil ' Jackez Staff French,CVlub, Latin Club5Nouvelle Cuisine Council R 'E' ' BREW ER, LES LEY Industrial Arle V ,tg BRIONESii JOSE' Choir, Performing Arts BROWN, CHERYL JROTC, HECS A -I BROWN, LON DA , Track,VBasketbal,l, Volleyball, SCH' -BROWN. MYRON BRUMLEY, CARLA.. if' Who's Who, H,ornecomingiQueen. Student Coun- wrcil, Senior Steering Committee, NHS, SOH, Songleader, Cheerleader, Senior Favorite Finalist 33UNERr5HELLAYif A C C BUECHLEY, PAIGE ' 1 A Student Council, NHS. Spanish eflfub, Lafin oxlib,voErV,V, BURCHCANGELA L A BURKETT3-AMU,ELr1,g or ii BURNSHRANDY DECA, Football, Basketball BUT,LER,,,M1cruaLLEe1t A Horgeeomingiflourt I "il" ' S t CABLE, IZ Quiz., Staff, Yourh-nQGovermnentg Ann 'Brannon Award ' ' ' , -itr CARLYLE, ' A FBLA,VJaclceiaI0urnaE'iJA I A CARNEY, RICK C ' Baseball, Freneh Club, FBLAgj.1VCrossr'11fCountry V V..5VVVV V fl V CARTER,TODD A . Golf, Band, Soccer V , CARZYWRIGHTQEVELINE 7 JA, FHA, HECE, Latin Club C CASTROJVUAN g:HARGois3irPAUL1'ii A CHAU MONT, ANTHONY 50" . lell -,QHAVQLLAQLIDIA C A vora A CHENEQY, A UXL CHRIS Football, Track, SOH, Spaniel? Club V CISNEROS, H SQ3niSh'Cllib, DECA, 'FBLA ' ' CLAASSEN, ANNA R CLARK, VICKY Track , ., 5, CL1lNTON,STACY A COLE. TRACY V COLYIN VDAVID' - , Basketball, Baseball , CONTRERAS, Basebell,S0H,,,QV o,.. Vffff' COOPER, TAMATHA , V CRAWFORQ, GRLQQORSLQA R gwcREAGER,SUsANr 1 Student Council, Jacket JDurrra!,,lVWhiz NHS, Senior Steering ConimitteeiiiiatinreClub, fY,outhfn,fQovernrrIent, T?i?C, French Club, Basketbill, Academic Decathalon ' CURRY.CAMILLEfg, . - Tennis, HVECE, Spamlsh C1ub,'F'BLKjiSOH. Sm. -idfnt Council A A iiii A CURTIS, CINDY LOU A Drama cub, Spanish cms, sorrfivourhxfi- Qoyernme5itf,lS'oho1nore Favorite , DABN EY, DALRYMPLIE, TH ERESA ECA, IROTC, Choir, Performing Arts, Jacket Journal DAVIS, CRYSTAL V . FHA Ii DAVIS, ERIC Vg, , DAVIS, GENIA ' Industrial Arts DAVIS, JILL , FBLA, Spanish Club I fi DAVIS, TONYA - JROTC ' DEAKINS, BARBARA DELANEY, ELIZABETH I DELANEY, LIZA Club, DECA, FBLA, Spanish Club DIAKIS, JOHN ANDREE QIXON, GLEN NETTA jllggclc, Homecoming Court, JROTC, SOH VDIXON, MICHAEL DOZIER, DAVID gootball, Track, SOH, French Club, Diving earn' DRISCOLL, MATT 'French Club. Football 1 IDRY, REBECCA ,V V Track, Golf. SOI-I., Sophomore Class Favorile.Spanish Club,StudentVCoIinoili I V V , DUNCAN, ANTHONYgjgQ,i,,QIfIn I I VDUNCAN, MICHAEL f IV,, gg DUNKLEY, CHA-RMAINE ti V GOlf,OEA Q DURAN, LANETTE I FBLA V DURH AM, STEPH EN Yellow Jacket Staff, Basketball SCOTT .i3lNGlLAND, VICKI Bpzlnlsh Club, Student Council, Yellow Jacket lS'tIaIff. Tennis. Key Club, DECA, Youth-n-Government IENOS, RENAE lDrill Tea m, Chess Club, Key Club, Senior Steer- ling Committee, NHS, Jacket '-Journal, DAR ZAward, Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Award, "'l Dare You" Leadership Awa rd, W:hO'S Who lEVANS, DOUGLAS , I QV, I VV ,Whiz Quiz, Science Club 1 I VIV VV: ' EVANS, LATONYA. ' Ebony Voices, Track, F EVANS,VICKlEi , 7 'I Drama Club, A Cappella Choir I VV I 1 EWING, ERIC , - . - V' Senior' Howdy King, Senior Steering Committee, Tennis, 'Yellow Jacket Staff, French Club, Latin -Club,'Student Council, Senior Class Treasurer, ,Who's' Who, Nouvelle Cuisine Council OLIVER iEEIIeI1,INHS FELDER, DARRELL J ROTC FISH, ANTHONY FLANAGANJERRY I FOLEY, STEPHEN FORY, LISA I Cvxrnlan Club, Key Club, Youth-n-Government,'VVVVT FOSTER, LESLIE JAN I Latin Club, Jacket Journal. NHS, Palpn1mi,,jT"f Youth-n-Government ,I I ' I FOSTER,RANDY I I HECE FOX, AMY SOI-I I FOY, KELLY, Golf, SpanishVClub, French Club, Latin Club, Ge'mI'C'9'b, , 2 I Latin Club SOIEI, Trnek,CiOlIf,V5pg1nIshVCl,ub, FRANKS,AM'Y2 SOH, Golf, Spanish Club' I FUNK, JESSE I I . Swim Team, Latin Club, Academic Decatlialon, Youth-n-Government. Jacket Journal. Cheerleader ' VV -G- GAMEZ, GEORGE Baseball, Spanish Club GARCIA. FERNANDA OEA GARDN ER. KHRISTIAN' GARDNER, REGINALD GARDNERQVSITIELLY I Drill Te3rn,VSOI-IVVJV V I V I GARRISONI, KVATHLIEEN N HS, rack, Latin Club GAUN FOOIUHIIVBQSWIIEIQ,Student Council, NHS, Who's Who. NouilelleCuisine-Council, President ot' Stu- dent Connell,VVIMI,.VA,lfl,I-1V,S. GAVIA. ALMA IV ' L GENSHEIIVIER, CHRIS Cross Country Track GIL. ANNETTE' I GLENN, LACYNTHIA FHA V GOFF, ANGIE , Track, Soccer. SOI-l, Latin Club, GONZALES, ANDRESI I ' OEA GONZALES, ARMANDO I ' GOODWIN, SUSAN I GRAY, GINA I SOI-I, Spanish-Club, Latin Club, Track, Whiz Quiz,SOcoerV - VV V V I I I Freshman HOW? Council, Optimist Club National Society of ColonialLtififlnfesfl-3I,sIgtyiVt2gntest Winner GR,EIENLEE,i ELLA,MICHELLE Latin CVlub,fFrench Club. Math Club Swim Team - I -I -ff w- 1 -H,, HAAS, HOLLY Golf, German Club, Youth-n'Government HALTON, DOUG football, Baseketball, .I ROTC VHANNA. MICHAEL HARRISON, LUTHERIA Senior Steering Committee, Homecoming Court, Mascot, Youth-n-Government, Spanish Club, Yellow Jacket Staff. Jacket Journal, Potpourri, Altrusa Award. SOI-l. Who's Who HARVEY, WILLIAM HAVIS, SCOTT , HAWKINSDAVIDI ,I VV HEIZER. CHRISTQPIHERI, Y I HELMER, BRETI Qi I gtogballi SGH, ,Spanish U ' ' I HENNESSY, MIKEiii'i1'liViTirii:''Oli' It StudentCouncil,Golf V HENSON, EDDIE Football, Track - I I- HERNANDEZ, ANGIE Drill Team, Spanish Club, Key Club I-IINTON, MARGO Choir V V,HODGES,,GINGER LIEIOLLAND LORI QF!-IA, IQIOLLEY, SHANE HOLMES, MICHELLE ,Student Council, NHS, Spanish Club, Latin Club V I HOLT, CHRISTI VOE, FHA, Spanish Club ' I I HORNEFEER, DINA ArtClllb ' -VV VV V, HORSMANICARRIE ,I,, gi-I If , I HOWARD, ELSTON1,I1iip413,f ILII I f Football, Basketball, Dfannnelnngsljniseball, A Cappella Choir, Senior. FalfolqiteifVVgVfVV'V.V'i j V V HOWELL, LINDA i'Ii' fi L ' SOH, Spanish Club' V QL gf iV,Vgr? HOW ETH, LESLIE! IIV, I I , SOH, Soccer, Latin Club, Art Club HYREKEWICZ, .PAUL Industrial Ants, Football HUDGEONS, ROBIN Volleyball I HUDSON, D'ANDREA HUGHES, SCOTT mnball INGRAM, GAYLE JOHNSON,TAINTHO1?5l1t?11g1I,fIfI::I,frf Football, Senior, V I I Choir, DE' Club , I 41 I FHA, SOI-1, Track JOHNSON,HEIDI'i-1.96 Basketball, IFrencliClub, DECA II only Semof ACUVIUSQI I, II, ,I.lII 'I Q JOHNSON, MISSY Track, SOH, Songleader, Latin Club, Freshman Favorite, Homecoming Court JOHNSON, RICI-IELLE I I I JONESi1AN,DR,EW I I Frenchfflub, llasltetball, Soccer, SOH .IUA,REZ,fDANI Y Q I Spanish'Cl.ub - I ..K- KIBBIE CHRIS I' f" SOH Tennis A I -", KIRBY CYNTHIA I iiii President I-M Office Education Association-L KIRKPATRICK, MONICA Cross Country, Track Performing Arts' Choir, Band, National Honor Society, Academic Decathalon, Student Council KOTTER, CYNTHIA LE. DUCT' - f Ann Brannon Award, All District-Soccer, Honor Roll - ' , LEE, PATRICIA LESTER, NICOLE Cheerleader LEVERETT, CLAY LEVINE, DAVID Swimming , ,pl LEVISEE, LANCE ,I , clci Band, Stage Band, Outstanding Musician Awardy I 'R LIST. JOHN . , Spanish Club, VOE Lab President ' I' M LITTLE, MELINDA Spirit ofthe Hill. Volleyball . LOPEZ, LORENA A Capella Choir. French Club, Latin Club, Yellow Jacket StoffQCo-Editorl, National Honor Society, Key Club,,3acket Journal, FHA, Student Council, Who's Who, LOWEAIYANESSA ' Band- . gglg A ' MAESTRE, MICHELLE HECE MAGALLON, CYNTHIA FHA, DECA , MALIK,SHAZlA . Spanish Club. Math Club M MARTINEZ, RICHARD All District Soccer MASLAN KA, PATRICK Golf, Youth+in-Government, ROTC , MAUSER,TIM.1 I" A ,. y , 1 Football, Baseball, - National Honor- Society lTreasurerJ, Spirit ,oifthe15iHi.il,1,Senior Steering Committee, Junior 1 Aandl I :Sophornore ' 1 favorite, Senior Favorite RunneI1+UpQlfE3?cnch'.CIub, Math Club. what wh0.re11ow,Jackz5t1o2zaijt , A A MAYO, JENNIFER: 'EQ I if L , National Honor Society,jErench. Club, Latin Club, Jacket Journal, Tennis, Ann Brannon Achievement Awards , V A f " MCBRIDE, RON MCCORMICK JE NIEE A , N R National Honor Society, Track MCCOY, LINDA In I Iyniieybaii, voE Yellow Jaekel staff, Latin Club, SP2ll'ligh'ClllDQj:l,i ,y,, P15 ,ylt MCGOWN, SUZANNE ispifit of the Hill - President. All District Soccer, Basketball, Spanish Club. MAC 'i1','MClKIHnCy, Mindi Spirit of the Hill, Cheerleader, Songleader, ' I 2 spanish Club' MQLAIN, HOLLY Track, Cross Country, VOE MCMICHAEL, GAVIN y , MEEK, LESLIE I I I f J I Drama, A Capella Choir, Spiritoiftlie Hill MEYER' TED 1 I - li MILLER, SUSAN5, I 1 1 MIMS, NATALIE1'Vf5il i,,- I I I I A Spirit ofthe Hill, Golf I MITEFF, MEGAN LESLIE,-' I I. Golf Team, Track,-Student Council, Spanish Club, Spirit ofthe Hill, Bowling, Soccer MONTEZ, BECKY Spanish Club MOORE, DAVID MORGAN, JAMES ROTC, Scholastic Excellence Award, Military Excellence Award MIJLLINS, ROBERT Svooltball, Baseball, Spirit of the Hill, Tennis, MUNOZ, DIEGO MUNOZ, VICTOR MIJRRIN, LOU Miss AHHS, Yellow Jacket Staff QCO-Editorj, President of French Club, Spirit of the Hill, Na- tional Honor Society, Senior Steering Committee, Junior Howdy Queen, Ann Brannon Achievement Award-French, Soccer, WlIo's Who, Student Council V, M, ' ' MYRACLE,.l.C.i iciy I I NEEDHAM, JILL Student Council, Cheerleader. Spanish Club, French Club, Yellow Jacket Staff Latin Club, Spirit of the Hill, Homecoming Court NETHERLAND, NINA NORREGA, EMILY MANN, ANNETTE I -A IOEA Cheerleader, Spirit of the Hill, Tennis, Latinqj, Club. French Club - I I ' ' I I MARQUEZ, MARK I I I MARQU EZ. MIKE MARTINEZ, JOHN 246 f Senior Activities A y O'CONNOR. CYNTHIA French Club, Drama Club ODOM, JIM A 5 l Yellow Jacket SIU-ff Spanish Club, Youth-Irv Government, Potpourri Staff, Nouyelle Cuisine' Council - , LL,h , A L OGE, DANNY Choir I ' -P- PARMER, ELIZABETH I' I Student Council A PALOMO, KYLE ' Drafting Achievement PAUL, NICOLE FBLA, N ggqnttl fliloitor Society ' TennisilQfljraclig5-,Cross-Country, Spanish Club, I .. , 4 PERG?5ND13,gSTlEPHEN PHILLIPS, CHARLES Tennis, Jacket Journal ,Edilor,'Spanish Club, Youth-in-Government, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll PINKERTON, KURT , A . 1 RodeoClub ' 'I I PORTER, HOWARD , Latin Club, Cheerleader - , ' ' if PRATT, WYNDLON I 1 7 - Basketball, l-I.E.C.E., Homecoming,Court,QSeriiiiif Favorite Runner-up i ilyi PROFFIT, JOHN ' fi 'I 1 I Spanish Club. French Club. Track F - PUENTE, MARTIN , ' , - - ' , Baseball, Yellow Jacket Sldffi .NouvelleiCuisine Council - , PU ENTES, ESTHER A DECA - , PU,RNELL,,REvIN RANDLEJAN A H.E.C.E, RANDOLPH, ANNE German Club RAPP, TODD , I Tennis, Basketball, Senior Class Secfy, Latin Club, Senior Steering Committee, Whds Who Nouvelle Cuisine Council, Yellow Jaclcetbfrojfy A. RAUWOLF, PHILIP , '-I' Performing Arts, DECA - '1 I-g REYES, CECILIA V, i t REYNOLDS, KELLY D, I .ff REYNOLDS, WALTER f 9 " 'V I il Football, Baseball, French Club, A, ,Vx P Rhinefort, Andy industrial Arts Club President Rodeo Club RICHARDSON, MARK Rodeo Club, French Club RICIITER, JAMES Golf. Band-Captain RILERLANTHONY Footballgffrack V ROBERTS, MARK RODGERS, ROXANE Soccer, French Club, Spirit of the Hill W Treasurer, Student Council ODRIGUEZ TONY ODRIGUEZ VANESSA OELS LAURA heerleader Captain 2 years Track Team Latin lub Spanish Club National Honor Society enior Steering Commute Student Council unior Class Favorite i OSBOROUGH CHARLES I UIZ ANTONIO . , V 4 I . ' V VVVV, , 1 ootball,VSoccer V l' USSELL, JULIA Club, FHAl HERO, Drama, Performing ' rtslfii Q11 l i a A . 9 . ABATER GREGORY ANDERS TODD ANDOVAL MELISSA rench Club Cheerleader Track SANTANA JENNY SAXON JEWEL' PELE Vice President V . SCHAEFER SHEALEEN I I Latin Club Volleyball Track SCOGIN MIKE Jacket Journal' Tennis Key Club F,C.A, SCOTT HEATHER . Tennis Track HECE French V- , SEARCY SCOTT SEGARRA LAURA ' ' OA!! Club, Spanish Club, FBLA, MDE, French -Club' if 1 BURK SHVEPARD, DAVIDIV 'rzl I SI-IIELDS, ALMA I V VDECA, ROTC-Captain - ' - VV SHINSEI, YOSHIE - 'National Honor Society, FBLA, Scholastic 'O Qlchievement Award-Science ASILMAN, MELINDA lSpirit of the Hill, Spanish Club, Tennis. Potpourri iStaff , I at-VV11' srsco, DARLA l n F.H.A. V f SLAVIK, ANGELA FHAXHERO, Child Development . - SSMITH, JERRY National Honor, Society, Football, Track, Spirit ofthe Hill, Honors V SMITH MARY l, Golf, Darla cub SNIDER, HENRY FHA, Industrial Arts SNIDER, WARREN Tracleiindustrial Arts, M.D.E. SOSgA,lALMA Soccer' I ' SOUVANNASAN.E,,KAYLA Art Club, Tennis ' I 'Eff , V SPARKS, SUSANNAH . 1 V ,'A, ' Student Council, Spirit ofthe Hill, French Club, ,lii ,VEHA F iyci j QS-PERRY,SHIRLEY I O iliaitd, Drum Major, Orchestra ISTAILEY, JUDY, ' French Club, FI-lA,5VChild Development, MDE, Tennis ' V ,A'V V STEPHENS, VIRGINIA fiigf-T7 -, STEVENS, ANDY STONE, WILSON Who's11Who, Mr. AHHS Finalist, Student Coun- cil, NV3illiflfl3l'lH0H0! Society - President, Latin Club,-Spirit iof the Hill, Diving All-American, Junior- Class President, Nouvellefuisine Council, Yellow Jacket Stay V-,ji'1ff: A SUAREZ,LISSET I I I 1 National Honor Society, FBLA I ' .- SUMMERS, MARK I National Honor Society, Swimming, Youth-in-Government V TEA FATILLER, TONJ A Track, Soccer, Cross-Country, FHA THOMPSON., CLIFFORD Golf, Club TIERCE 'BECKY n Spanish Cltib,-.lournalism , TROUT, CANDICE h Drama Club ' V TRUIILLO, YOLANDA UECKER, SH ERRI r Track, Head Cheerleader, Songleader, National HQIIOQ' Society, Student Council, Miss A1-IHS Finalist, Homecoming Court, Yellow Jacket Staff UNSWORTHJOHN Spanish Club President fi T VALDEZ,-MARTIN Soccer, All-District, C heerleadcr - VALDEZ, ROSA I I Spanish Club V VALLERY-RADOT, ARNAUD Honorary French Club Member VANQIVER, KEITH MOUA V if , Soccer, VOE ' - VANSICKLE, TABATHA Art Club VVV VAN VLECK SARAH Art Club, Youth-iii-Government, National Honorf I . I ' .Society OVASQUEZ, ANDRE -W- WALKER, PATIENCE Senior SteeringVCommittee WALLACEQANTONIA FHAfHERO,2l+lLErC.E. f--+ - Sargeant at Arms wALRAviE.N,GENs Student Council, Tennis, 'Frericl'1VjClub, FHA, PELE. Track g I ' WATSON, GEOFF Track, French Club, Jacket Journal Staff WATT, SUSAN Spanish Club, Homemaking Club, Rodeo Club, VOE-Vice-President,Industrial Arts WENTWORTH, CARL Spanish Club, Golf, Bowling A WERLAND, BARBARA WEST, TODD WHITE, ANNABELL WHITE, GUY E , Latin Club, Spanish Club, German Club, Chess Club - Sargeant-at-Arms, Whiz Quiz, Academic Decathalon WHITWORTH, JAMES WILCOX, MICHAEL ICT, MDE, DECA WILCOX,iROBERT National Honor Society WILLIAMS, JAY E V WILLIAMS, SON DRA I Track, Latin Club, Art Club WILLIAMS, VICTOR WILLIAMSON, GREGORY French Club, Track WILSON, GLEN f Soccer '7 '.i' ' WILSON, GRAYLIN WILSON, STEVEN WISE, MELODY French Club, PELE, Track WISEMANQDEANNA WOLF, JEFFREY Football, French Club, Spirit of the Hill,,Track WOOD, KAREN 7 I O Flag Corps, Band WOOTEN, MARTIN HECEIFHA, Industrial Arts Club WORRIELL, PATTY Drma- Club, Spirit of the Hill, Youth-in- Government, Ann Brannon Achievement Award -Drama -Y- YANDELL, Davin Industrial Arts, Basketball, MDE -Z.. ZACH RY, CLIFF Football, Baseball Senior Activities f 247 248 f lndex -A- Abbott, Dennis p. 56 Abdo, Mark p. 78 Adams, Bert p. 100 Adams, Terry p. 100 Adams, Yvonne p. 100 Adkins, David p. 78 Ahoe, Marie p. 32 Alberts, Raub p. 32 Albright, Emily p. 32 Aldrich, Paula p. 56 Aldridge, Lori p. 100 Alexander, Glends p. 32 Alexander, Lee p. 32 Ali, Amberina p. 32 Allen, Clinton p. 78 Almendral, David p. 100 Alread, Michele p. 56 Alvarez, Cecilia p. 56 Alvarez, Edward p. 78 Alvarex, Rose p. 32 Anaya, Bridgette p. 100 Ander, Alexis p. 32 Anderson, Angela p. 32 Anderson, April p. 100 Anderson, Gregg p. 100 Andrews, Dharles p. 100 Andrews, Lisa p. 56 Andrews, Steven p. 100 Angle, Anthony p. 78 Anthony, Sarah p. 32 Applegate, John p. 56 Armstrong, Jill p. 78 Arner, Cleveland p. 100 Arnic, Vanessa p. 100 Arredondo, Melissa p. 100 Arther, Camerom p. 56 Ascencion, Rafeal p. 32 Ashcraft, Kimberly p. 78 Askins, Dennis p. 78 Ashworth, Melinda p. 56 Ashworth, Michael p. 100 August, Jr. Saul p. 100 Austin, Renee p. 78 Austin, Ryan p. 100 Austin, Robert p. 32 Austry, Brian p. 56 Ayala, Melissa p. 100 Aylesworth, David p. 100 -B- Bailey, Annette p. 100 Bailey, Dawn p. 56 Bailey, Deborah p. 32 Bailey, Jerry p. 78 Bailey, Regina p. 78 Baker, Anita p. 32 STUDENT INDEX Baker, Elizabeth p. 32 Baker, Rex, p. 56 Baldwin, Kara p. 78 Baltazar, Christopher p. 100 Banks, Tracy p. 56 Barber, Carol p. 56 Barber, Phillip p. 100 Barefield, Brian p. 32 Barham, John p. 33 Barham, Mollie p. 107 Barker, Deedee p. 101 Barlow, Ned p. 78 Barlow, John B. p. 33 Barlow, Karen p. 56 Barnes, Evelyn p. 78 Barnes, Ray p. 33 Barnett, Jean p. 101 Barnwell, Lawrence p. 78 Barrow, Malcolm p. 101 Basinger, Eric p. 78 Bass, Jon p. 101 Bassham, Frank p. 78 Batchelor, Sharon p. 78 Batterson, Lisa p. 101 Batterson, Michelle p. 33 Baumhardt, James p. 56 Bayles III, Heagan p. 101 Beach, Bryan p. 78 Beach, Randall p. 56 Beard, Shannon p. 101 Beatty, Michelle p. 56 Beech, Michael p. 101 Bell, Angela p. 101 Bell, Christopher p. 101 Bell, Dennis p. 56 Bell, Jeffrey p. 78 Bellucci, Rae Ann p. 78 Belmont, Kelly p. 33 Benavides, Bryan p. 101 Bentley, Scott p. 78 Bertram, Susan p. 33 Bettis, Melissa p. 79 Bibb, Sarah p. 79 Bice, Tuesdee p. 101 Bilbrey, Kelly p. 79 Bilbrey, Larry p. 56 Birmingham, Wendy p. 101 Biteng, Haidee p. 56 Black, Karl p. 101 Blair, Kevin p. 79 Blanchard, Christina p. 79 Bland, Terry p. 56 Blaydes, Sean p. 101 Blocker, Johnny p. 101 Blossman, Bonnie p. 101 Bvoard, David p. 101 Boehme, Katrin p. 33 Bogan, Bobbie p. 101 Bogart, Pat p. 56 Bogert, Babette p. 33 Bogert, Mark p. 57 Boles, Angela p. 79 Boles, Jill p. 33 Boles, Deborah p. 101 Bond, Christopher p. 57 Bond, Jeffrey p. 101 Bondurant, Warren p. 79 Bonnell, Lindsey p. 79 Bonner, Virdis p. 57 Booker, Stephen p. 33 Boone, Daniel p. 33 Booth, Sheila p. 101 Borgers, Robin p. 57 Borski, Jerry p. 102 Bostice, Debra p. 79 Bourke, Shelley p. 57 Bowen, Kelly p. 57 Bowen, Marty p. 79 Bowers, Sherri p. 79 Bowlin, Ann p. 33 Bowlin, Paul p. 79 Bowman, Stacy p. 79 Bowsher, Stephanie p. 102 Brackett, William p. 102 Bradley, Heather p. 102 Bramhall, Doyle p. 79 Branham, Ann p. 33 Branham, Pam p. 79 Branshaw, Elizabeth p. 33 Brants, Allan p. 33 Brants, Anthony p. 102 Brants, Emily p. 102 Braymen, Bradley p. 79 Brazier, Donald p. 102 Brennan, Shannon p. 102 Brewer, Emil p. 102 Brewer, Lesley p. 33 Brightbill, Cynthia p. 57 Brightwell, Billy p. 79 Briones, Jose p. 33 Brittain, Ryan p. 102 Brock, Twana p. 57 Bronson, William p. 102 Brookins, Lisa p. 102 Brookover, Clinton p. 79 Brow, Jimmy p. 79 Brown, Angela p. 57 Brown, Benjamin p. 79 Brown, Cheryl p. 33 Brown, Dennis p. 57 Brown, Kathlene p. 57 Brown, Londa p. 34 Brown, Mary p. 56 Brown, Myron p. 34 Brown, Peter p. 79 Brown, Timothy p. 58 Browning, Connie p. 102 Browning, Matthew p. 79 Bruce, Kevin p. 79 Brumley, Carla p. 34 Bruner, Christi p. 102 Bruner, Shelly p. 34 Bruner, Tracey p. 58 Bryant, Claudius p. 102 Buckman, Jeffifer p. 80 Buechlely, Paige p. 34 Burch, Angela p. 34 Burdette, Joanna p. 80 Burk, Tiffany p. 102 Burket, Roone p. 58 Burkett, Hillary p. 58 Burkett, Samuel p. 34 Burley, Terry p. 58 Burns, Jeffrey p. 80 Burns, Randall p. 34 Bush, Beau p. 102 Butler, Jamie p. 80 Butler, Michelle p. 34 Butler, Scott p. 58 Bynum, George p. 80 Byrd, Teresa p. 80 Byrd, William p. 102 -C- Cable, Gilbert p. 80 Cable, Retha p. 34 Cain, Chris p. 102 Campbell, Penny p. 80 Campos, Salvador p. 102 Capps, Tonya p. 58 Capraro, Michael p. 80 Caram, Susan p. 58 Carlyle, Michael p. 34 Carney, Rick p. 34 Carpenter, Marjorie p. 80 Carranza, Eli p. 80 Carrizales, lsi p. 58 Carter, Demetria p. 102 Carter, Jason p. 102 Carter, Pamela p. 103 Carter, Timothy p. 80 Carter, Todd p. 34 Cartwright, Eveline p. 35 Casey, Kyra p. 58 Cash, Jenice p. 58 Caspe, Imelda p. 58 Castro, Juan p. 35 Castro, Zavdy p. 58 Catterton, Bryan p. 80 Chadwick, Sharlene p. 58 Chambers, Cathleen p. 80 Chamchot, Terrachot p. 80 Chandler, Alex p. 80 Chapman, Felicia p. 80 Chargois, Paul p. 35 Chartier, Eric p. 58 Chaumont, Anthony p. 35 Chavolla, Elba p. 35 Chavolla, Lydia p. 35 Cheney, Eddie p. 35 Chevreaux, Chris p. 35 Christian, Robert p. 103 Cisneros, Analisa p. 80 Cisneros, Caroline p. 35 Cisneros, David p. 35 Claassen, Anna p. 35 Clark, A. Jr. p. 35 Clark, Ellison p. 80 Clark, Gina p. 80 Clark, Kimberly p. 103 Clark, Trina p. 80 Clark, Winston p. 103 Clement, Candy p. 58 Clemmons, Jackie p. 80 Clemmons, Kim p. 58 Cleveland, Karla p. 103 Cleveland, Kristina p. 58 Clifford, Sean p. 80 Clifton, Jeffrey p. 58 Clinton, Stacy p. 35 Coates, Rachel p. 103 Cochrane, Nick p. 58 Cochrum, Monty p. 80 Cole, Tracy p. 35 Collier, Joseph p. 103 Colvin, David p. 35 Combs, Margaret p. 80 Contreras, Andrew p. 103 Contreras, Anthony p. 36 Contreras, Melissa p. 103 Contreras, Paul p. 103 Cooper, Jerry p. 80 Cooper, Paul p. 103 Cooper, Tamatha p. 36 Copeland, Blair p. 58 Cothran, Tiffany p. 80 Cotten, James p. 80 Council, Bridgett p. 103 Craft, Felicia p. 103 Craney, Dana p. 103 Craney, Richard p. 80 Crawford, Gregory p. 36 Crawford, James p. 103 Crawford, Sheila p. 103 Creager, Amy p. 81 Creager, Susan p. 36 Crouch, David p. 81 Cuellar, Maria p. 59 Cullor, Tom p. 81 Culpepper, Michelle p. 81 Cummings, John p. 59 Curry, Camille p. 36 Curtis, Becky p. 81 Curtis, Cindy p. 36 -D- Dabney, James p. 36 Dales Jr., Steven p. 59 Dalrymple, Theresa p. 36 Dalton, Mark p. 103 Dancer, Brigitte p. 59 Daniel Courtney p. 81 Daniels, Lee p. 103 Darby, Kristen p. 103 Darland, Nicholas p. 103 Darnall, Damon p. 103 Daswani, Sherry p. 103 Davenport, Franklin p. 103 Davis, Bennie p. 81 Davis, Cathy p. 59 Davis, Chris p. 81 Davis, Crystal p. 36 Davis, Davis, Eugenia p. 36 Franklin p. 104 Davis, Jill p. 36 Davis, Patrick p. 104 Davis, Steven p. 104 Davis, Tijuana p. 104 Davis, Tonya p. 36 Davitte, Davis p. 59 Davitte, Elizabeth p. 104 Day, Lauriva p. 59 Deakins, Barbara p. 36 Dean, Shari p. 59 Dearen, Laura p. 104 Dehart, Cort p. 59 DeLa Cruz, Diana p. 81 Delaney, Elizabeth p. 36 Delaney, Laurie p. 36 Delarosa, Gustavo p. 104 Delgado, Joe p. 104 Dement, Blake p. 81 Demond, Hank p. 59 Dennis, Davina p. 104 Denny, Alex p. 104 Denny, Andrea p. 59 Deplante, Marc p. 59 Desimone, Danielle p. 81 Diakis, John p. 36 Diaz, Amelie p. 104 Dichter, Andree p. 37 Dickenson, Tamara p. 59 Dickenson, Traci p. 81 Dill, Missy p. 59 Dix, Davis p. 104 Dixon, Elizabeth p. 104 Dixon, Glenetta p. 37 Dixon, Kelly p. 59 Dixon, Melissa p. 81 Dixon, Michael p. 37 Dixon, Philip p. 59 Dobbins, Tonya p. 104 Donahue, Robert p. 81 Donaldson, Kelley p. 81 Dorris, Eric p. 81 Dorris, Tom p. 104 Doty, Cedric p. 59 Douglas, Eryn p. 59 Douglas, Stephen p. 104 Dow, Brian p. 60 Downey, Robert p. 81 Dozier, David p. 37 Driscoll, Matthew p. 37 Dry, Becky p. 37 Duffy, James p. 82 Dulaney, James p. 82 Duncan, Anthony p. 37 Duncan, Michael p. 37 Indexf249 250flndex Dunkley, Charmaine p. 37 Duran, Yvonne p. 37 Durando, Neal p. 60 Durham, Stephen p. 37 -E- Earls, Christopher p. 104 Earls, Scott p. 37 Eaton, Robert p. 82 Elliston, Lisa p. 82 Emerson, Judd p. 82 England, Robert p. 104 England, Vicki p. 37 Enos, Renae p. 37 Espinosa, Robert p. 104 Essix, Neva p. 104 Estes, James p. 82 Etheredge, Carla p. 82 Eubanks, April p. 82 Evans, Stacy p. 104 Evans, Latonya p. 37 Evans, Vickie p. 38 Ewing, Arthur p. 60 Ewing, Eric p. 38 Ewing, Suzanne p. 60 -F- Faires, Amy p. 60 Falcon, Barbara p. 82 Fales, Suzanne p. 104 Fannin, Barbara p. 82 Fannin, Oliver p. 38 Fantroy, Sabrins p. 104 Farris, Renee p. 105 Farris, Aaron p. 60 Farris, Susan p. 60 Faulkner, Shalonda p. 82 Felder, Darrell p. 38 Ferguson, James p. 105 Ferguson, Keeley p. 105 Fish, Anthony p. 38 Fish, James p. 105 Fisher, Derrick p. 82 Fitzgerald, Christopher p. 105 Flemmons, Christopher p. 82 Flores, Filiberto p. 105 Flores, Patricia p. 82 Floto, John p. 82 Flournoy, Noelle p. 82 Flowers, Melissa p. 60 Floyd, Binky p. 82 Flusche, Pamela p. 60 Foley, James p. 82 Foley, Stephen p. 38 Fory. Lisa p. 38 Foster, George p. 83 Foster, Ned p. 83 Foster, Randall p. 38 Fowler, Edward p. 60 Fox, Amy p. 38 Fox, Karen p. 60 Foy, Brian p. 38 Fractious, Tasha p. 105 Fraley, Jill p. 60 Franczyk, Lance p. 105 Frank, Thomas p. 38 Franke, Doug p. 38 Franklin, Kelli p. 38 Franks, Amy p. 38 Freeman, Glenda p. 105 Freeman, Tammy p. 60 Freeman, Tarry p. 105 Fritsch, Joy p. 60 Funk, Jesse p. 39 Furniss, Karen p. 105 -G- Gafford, Arden p. 60 Gailey, Gia p. 105 Gaines, Bryant p. 60 Galiga, Christine p. 105 Gallagher, John p. 60 Galusha, James p. 106 Galvan, David p. 105 Gambill, Elaine p. 60 Gamboa, Alberto p. 83 Gamez, George p. 39 Gamez, Jon p. 60 Gamez, Melissa p. 83 Gant, Gregory p. 83 Garcia, Alicia p. 83 Garcia, Fernanda p. 39 Garcia, Michael p. 83 Garcia, Rudy p. 60 Garcia III, Arturo p. 105 Gardner, Khristian p. 39 Gardner, Reginald p. 39 Gardner, Sharla p. 83 Gardner, Shelly p. 39 Garrison, Kathleen p. 39 Garrison, Leroy p. 60 Garrison, Robin p. 83 Garvin, Sharon p. 105 Garvin, Trameda p. 83 Gaspand, Susie p. 106 Gates, Roger p. 83 Gauntt, Steven p. 39 Gavia, Alma p. 39 Geesbreght, Andrea p. 106 Geldard, George p. 83 Gelushia, Mike p. 83 Gifford, Melissa p. 83 Gil, Annette p. 32 Gilfillan, Curtis p. 83 Gill, Jason p. 60 Gilley, Bart p. 83 Gilley, Bret p. 61 Gillis, Sherry p. 83 Glenn, Lacynthia p. 39 Goff, Angela p. 39 Goldstein, Mark p. 83 Goldthwaite, Frank p. 61 Goldthwaite, Joanna p. 106 Gonzales, Andres p. 39 Gonzalez, Victor p. 106 Goode, David p. 61 Goodwin, Susan p. 39 Goolsby, Carey p. 106 Gordon, Andrew p. 106 Gould, Anthony p. 83 Gould, Tim p. 61 Govea, Laura p. 61 Graf, Stephen p. 61 Graham, Thomas p. 83 Grant, Clay p. 83 Gray, Edward p. 61 Gray, Gina p. 40 Gray, Richard p. 40 Green, Candice p. 84 Green, Genifer p. 40 Green, Mark p. 106 Greenblatt, Randall p. 61 Greenlee, Melissa p. 84 Greer, Christopher p. 106 Greif, Laura p. 106 Greig, Tina p. 61 Griffay, Angelique p. 106 Griffin, Holly p. 106 Griffin, Marissa p. 84 Griffin, Monica p. 106 Griffin, Shelly p. 61 Groomes, Robert p. 61 Groze, Lori p. 106 Groze, Shelli p. 61 Gruver, Glenda p. 106 Guevara, Yasmin p. 106 Guevara, Yolanda p. 106 Guillory, Sharma p. 84 Gunby, Michael p. 61 -H- Haas, Holly p. 40 Hackney, Jodie p. 61 Haenes, Dawn p. 61 Haenes, John p. 84 Hagan, Felicia p. 106 Hailey, Christopher p. 84 Hair, Dessel p. 84 Hall, Betina p. 106 Hall, Christopher p. 84 Hall, Lisa p. 84 Hall, Victoria p. 61 Halton, Douglas p. 40 Hamilton, Audra p. 106 Hammond, Brian p. 106 Hammond, Jamie p. 106 Hamon, Kissandra p. 84 Hampton, Jamie p. 106 Hanes, Craig p. 61 Hanes, Vernon p. 84 Hanna, Michael p. 40 Hansen, Sloane p. 84 Hardgrove, Tom p. 61 Hardwick, Blaine p. 106 Harper, Kelly p. 107 Harris, Cassie p. 107 Harris, Chalres p. 84 Harris, Cherry p. 61 Harris, Christian p. 107 Harris, Daryl p. 61 Harris Dennis p. 84 Harris, Robert p. 107 Harrison, Crystal p. 107 Harrison, Curtis p. 84 Harrison, Lutheria p. 40 Harvey, William p. 40 Harwell, Joseph p. 84 Hatcher, Deanna p. 84 Havis, Scott p. 40 Hawkins, Christopher p. 61 Hawkins, David p. 40 Hawkins, Keith p. 84 Hawkins, Kevin p. 107 Hayes, Kelline p. 84 Heedley, Theresa Heilhecker, John p. 107 Heizer, Chris p. 40 Heller, Timothy p. 62 Honn, Kimberly p. 107 Hopkins, Julie p. 63 Hopkins, Lee p. 63 Hopkins, Paul p. 107 Hopkins, Emily p. 63 Horsman, Carrie p. 41 Hoskins, Angelia p. 107 Houk Angela p. 63 Houston, Amy p. 107 Howard, Elston p. 41 Howard, Sandra p. 63 Howard, Willie p. 107 Howdeshell, Jackie p. 86 Howell, Linda p. 41 Howeth, Leslie p. 41 Hryekewicz, Paul p. 41 Huffman, Richard p. 63 Johnson Johnson Johnson ,Jennifer p. 87 Johnson, Johnson, , Reginald p. 63 ,Richelle p. 41 Kirk p. 108 Melissa p. 41 Hughes, Casey p. 107 Hughes, Scott p. 86 Hughes, Scott p. 41 Hughes, Thomas Johnson, Tracy p. 108 Jones Jones Jones, Jones Jones Jones Andrew p. 42 Benits p. 87 Connie p. 87 Curtis p. 108 Craig p. 87 Jennifer p. 87 Jones Johnny p. 108 Jones, Joseph p. 87 Jones Kevin p. 63 Jones LaDonna p. 42 Jones Mark p. 63 Jones Mark S. p. 87 Jones Mary Alice p. 42 Jones, Stanley p. 63 Jones , Theresa p. 108 Humphreys, April p. 107 Helmer, Bradley p. 62 Helmer, Bret p. 40 Henderson, Mark p. 62 Henderson, Tammy p. 84 Hendrickson, Kathy p. 62 Henry, Ray p. 62 Henry, Roby p. 84 Henry, Wendy p. 107 Henslee, Philip p. 107 Henson, Eddie p. 40 Herd, Jonathan p. 107 Heyns, Michael p. 62 Hernandez, Angie p. 40 Hernandez, Rafael p. 84 Herndon, Holly p. 107 Herr, Jeffery p. 85 Heshion, Melissa p. 107 Hess, Charles p. 85 Hess, Lance p. 107 Hickey, Rhett p. 62 Hieber-Niebler, Anuschka p. 62 Hight, Stephanie p. 62 Hill, Corrie p. 62 Hill, Coourtney p. 85 Hill, Suzanna p. 107 Hill, Terri p. 62 Hillman, Joseph Hinkley, Virginia Hirrill, Melissa p. 107 Hiser, Daniel p. 85 Hissam, Jodi p. 62 Hoang, Thuy p. 62 Hoang, Tu Ann p. 62 Hodges, Holly p. 85 Hodgkins, Trent p. 63 Hoffman, Jared p. 63 Holland, Carolyn p. 85 Holland, Lori p. 40 Holmes, Lance p. 63 Holmes, Michelle p. 41 Holt, Ed p. 86 Holt, Christina p. 41 Honeckman, Adam p. 86 Hunt, Allison p. 86 Huner, Christopher p. 107 Hunter, Robert p. 86 Huston, Robin p. 63 Hutchinson, Andrew p. 108 Hutton, Michael p. 86 -1- Ido, Kimberly p. 86 Infante, Sonia p. 108 Ingram, Gayle p. 41 Irwin, Brian p. 86 Isaacks, Mechelle p. 86 Isbell, Juliet p. 86 Ising, Burt p. 63 Ivey, James p. 86 Jones, Thomas p. 108 -J- Jackson, Blair p. 108 Jackson, Marcus p. 63 Jackson, Senta p. 63 Jacobs, Connie p. 63 Jakimier, Courtney p. 86 Jay, Cathy p. 63 Jenkins, Yvette p. 86 Jennings, Alan p. 86 Jennings, Traci p. 63 Joe, Julie p. 86 Joe, Michael p. 108 Joe, Peter p. 63 Joe, Sam p. 63 Johnsen, Rachel p. 108 Johnson, Andrew p. 108 Johnson, Anthony p. 41 Johnson, Barry p. 41 Johnson, Calvin p. 86 Johnson, Ernest p. 63 Johnson, Heidi p. 41 Johnson, Janice p. 87 Jongsma, Roger p. 63 Jordan, Sabra p. 87 Jordan, Wendy p. 87 Juarez, Christina p. 108 Juarez, Dani p. 42 Juarez, Oscar p. 108 Junke, Catherine p. 87 -K- Kane, Sandy p. 87 Kauffman, Jennifer p. 108 Keen, William p. 87 Keeter, Marilyn p. 108 Kehoe, Sean p. 64 Kehoe, Sloan p. 108 Kelly, Aubrey p. 64 Kelly, Todd p. 108 Kepler, Christopher p. 108 Kersh, John p. 64 Key, John p. 64 Kibbie, Chris p. 42 Kimble, Angela p. 87 Kimmel, Greg p. 87 King, Christy p. 87 King, David p. 108 King, Iris p. 108 Kirby, Cynthia p. 42 Kirch, Sybil p. 108 Kirkpatrick, Cynthia p. 87 Kirkpatrick, Monica p. 42 Kithas, Christine p. 109 Kline, Catherine p. 109 Kopp, Vicky p. 64 Kotter, Cynthia p. 42 Kotter, Theresa p. 109 Kressler, Nikki p. 64 Krull, Christopher p. 109 Krueger, Cynthia p. 87 Kuhnen, Vincent p. 64 Kukoly, Mclissa p. 64 lndexf25l Lori p. lll 252fIndex Kulas, Jennifer p. 87 Kvam, Gry p. 87 La Ver gne, Troy p. 64 Laberge, Donald p. 109 Ladd, Cynthia p. 109 Ladd, Kimberly p. 109 Lampka, Karsten p. 87 Lane, Jennifer p. 109 Lanier, Christin p. 88 Larsen Larson Latson , Laura p. 64 , Lauren p. 109 , Kimmey p. 64 Lavalley, Sandra p. 42 Lawrence, Rebecca p. 109 Lawrence Robert p. 88 Le, Du cp. 42 Lee, Barbara p. 64 Lee, Darryl p. 109 Lee, Patricia p. 43 Lef1er,Lynea p. 88 Lehmann, Robert p. 88 Leighton, Kristine p. 109 Lester, Nicole p. 43 Levine, David p. 43 Levisee, Lance p. 43 Lewis, Christopher p. 109 Lewis, Jennifer p. 88 Lewis, Stephanie p. 109 Lewis, Tammy p. 109 Lynn, Anthony p. 110 Lyons, Paul p. 88 -M- MacMurry, Daniel p. 64 MacMurray, Jennifer p. 88 Macis, Hilda p. 110 Mackey, Karl p. 110 Mackie, Keller p. 88 Maestre, Michelle p. 43 Majette, Robin p. 64 Maldonado, Rosa p. 88 Maldonado, Anna p. 110 Malik, Shazia p. 43 Malik, Soraya p. 64 Malik, Anna p. 110 Malone, Charles p. 64 Mann, Annette p. 43 Mann, Heidi p. 88 Marin, Brian p. 110 Markyl, Kim p. 65 Marquez, Cecilia p. 65 Marquez, Jose p. 1 10 Marquez, Mark p. 43 Marshall, Ina p. 88 Martin, Tonya p. 88 Martin, Kirk p. 110 Martin, Latricia p. 110 Martinez, Dondie p. 88 Martinez, David p. 65 McKelroy, Travis p. 89 McKinney, Melinda p. 44 McKinney, Leigh p. 111 McKinney, Michelle p. 89 McLain, Holly p. 44 McLain, Robbie p. 89 McLean, Hunter p. 65 McMackin, John p. 65 McMichael, Gavin p. 44 McQueary, Misty p. 65 McSpadden, James p. 65 McWilliams, Shauna p. 111 Mear, Steven p. 66 Medlock, Samantha p. 89 Medina, Joe p. 111 Meek, Glennis p. 66 Meek, Leslie p. 44 Meek, Laurie p. 111 Melton, Bruce p. lll Mendez, Linda p. 1 1 1 Mendoza, Jesus p. 89 Mendoza, Catherine p. 111 Mendoza, Luis p. 111 Mendoza, Renee p. 1 1 1 Merkley, Mathew p. 66 Metzgar, Mathew p. 89 Meyer, Rachel p. 11 1 Meyer, Scott p. 89 Meza, Edward p. 89 Meza, Michael p. 66 Mier, Noe p. 111 Mieth, Toby p. 111 Millegan, Jeff p. 66 Ley, Marcie p. 109 Lidell, Raymond p. 64 Lieske, Jeffory p. 109 Liles, Ellen p. 109 Lilley Jr., Richard p. 88 Lind, Katherine p. 88 Linthicum, Sherry p. 109 List, John p. 43 Martinez, Luisa p. 65 Martinez, Sylvia p. 88 Martinez, John p. 43 Martinez Richard p. 43 Martinez, Steve p. 1 10 Mason, Andrea p. 65 Mason, Gary p. 110 Maslanka, Patrick p. 89 Mastero, Steven p. 89 Miller, Debra p. 89 Miller, Kathleen p. 89 Miller, Lance p. 111 Miller, Miller, Mark p. 89 Mary p. 66 Miller, Ronny p. 111 Miller, Susan p. 44 Milner, Little, Jennifer p. 109 Litle, Mary p. 88 Little, Melinda p. 43 Livesay, Victoria p. 88 Lockhard, Leonard p. 110 Loffler, Arthur p. 64 Loney, Michael p. 88 Lopez, Joseph p. 110 Lopez, Lorena p. 43 Lopez, Mario p. 110 Lopez, Paul p. 110 Loredo, Monica p. 1 10 Louden, Kathy p. 88 Love, Craig p.88 Lowe, Burk p. 110 Lowe, Ronnie p. 88 Lowe, Vanessa p. 43 Loyola, Elida p.1 10 Lozano, Daniel p. 64 Luce, Julie p. 64 Lundberg, Bryan p. 110 Lundberg, John p. 88 Luttrell, Sherry p. 64 Mathis, Patrick p. 89 Matkin, Lorri p. 110 Mathews, Thomas p. 65 Mauser, Tim p. 44 Mayo, Jennifer p. 44 McBride, Michelle p. 110 McBride, Ronald p. 44 McCallum, Jennifer p. 110 McClintock, Carey p. 110 McCord, Holly p. 110 McCormick, Jennifer p. 44 McCrary, Michael p. 110 McCrary, Tammy p. 89 McCullough, Marvin p. 110 McCullough, Kira p. 65 McDade, Debora p. 65 McDonald, Ayse p. 89 McDonald, Richard p. 1 10 McElyea, Gary p. 65 McGee, Michelle p. 89 McGown, George p. 65 McGown, Suzanne p. 44 McGrath, Kelli p. 89 Mims, Natalie p. 44 Minear, Daran p. 111 Mitchell, Thomas p. 66 Miteff, Mindy p. 66 Miteff, Leslie p. 44 Montez, Catherine p. 89 Montez, Rebecca p. 44 Montoya, Kim p. 90 Moody, Lynnon p. 66 Mooney, Charles p. 66 Moore, Christi p. 66 Moore, David p. 44 Moore, Link p, 66 Moore, Richard p. 1 11 Moore, Robert p. 111 Mooty, Steven p. 66 Morena, Gilberto p. 111 Morey, Curtis p. 90 Morgese, Sharon p. 90 Morris, Bobby p. 111 Morris, Mikcresa p. 111 Morrison, Heather p. 111 Morrison, Robert p. 66 Mote, David p. 111 Mote, Marlon p. 66 Mulcahy, Jennifer p. 111 Mulholland, Joe p. 111 Mullins, Shawn p. 44 Munoz, Diego p. 45 Munoz, Victor p. 45 Murray, Michael p. 111 Murray, Thomas p. 90 Murrin, Lou p. 45 Murrin, Phillip p. 112 Myracle, Jennifer p. 112 -N- Nabors, Malinda p. 90 Nance, Angela p. 112 Nance, Michelle p. 90 Napora, Jennifer p. 90 Nash, Marvin p. 112 Nations, Scottie p. 66 Naylor, John p. 90 Needham, Jill p. 45 Needham, Michael p. 90 Neis, Jed p. 90 Nellen, Jr. Walter p. 112 Nelson, Kathleen p. 112 Nemitz, Jason p. 112 Nesmith, Shawn p. 66 Netherland, Nina p. 45 Nettles, David p. 112 Newman, Chad p. 112 Newton, Scott p. 90 Nickelson, Brian p. 112 Nielsen, Lisa p. 66 Noblett, Amy p. 90 Nolet, Steven p. 90 Nombrans, Tanya p. 112 Noriega, Paul p. 90 Norman, Jr. James p. 112 Norris, Jimmie p. 90 Norton, Michael p. 1 12 Norton, Valenc p. 112 -0- O'Connor, Cynthia p. 45 Odom, James p. 45 Oehl, David p. 112 Oge, Danny p. 45 Oge, John p. 90 O'Keefe, Charles p. 66 Olivas, Susan p. 1 12 Oliver, George p. 112 O'Neill, Darla p. 66 Oram, Scott p. 113 Orozco, Janie p. 113 Osman, Billie p. 113 Owen, Brian p. 113 Pack, Cathy p. 67 Padron, Greogy p. 67 Padron, Stephanie p. 90 Palmer, John p. 113 Palmer, Mark p. 67 Papaliodis, George p. 1 13 Pare, Keith p. 67 Parker, Laurie p. 113 Parks, Broderick p. 67 Parks, Julie p. 67 Parmer, Elizabeth p. 45 Passon, Katherine p. 113 Pastorek, Gretchen p. 90 Pate, Chris p. 67 Patterson, Eureka p. 1 13 Pattillo, Tom p. 90 Paul, Nicole p. 48 Paulus, Allison p. 45 Payne, Lori p. 67 Payne, Tamela p. 67 Payne, Terrence p. 1 13 Payor, George p. 67 Pedigo, Kristin p. 67 Peebles, Amy p. 113 Peebles, Clark p. 90 Peebles, Nova p. 45 Pelland, Blain p. 67 Pendley, Steve p. 90 Pennington, David p. 68 Perez, Arturo p. 90 Perez, Cindy p. 113 Perez, Emanuel p. 68 Perez, Laura p. 113 Perez, Lisa p. 113 Perez, Sandra p. 68 Pergande, Stephen p. 46 Perlstein, David p. 68 Perritt, Jennifer p. 68 Perry, Theressa p. 68 Peters, Doug p. 90 Petrie, Daniel p. 90 Pfrimmer, Stephen p. 113 Phillips, Charles p. 46 Phillips, Steven p. 113 Phillips, Patti p. 90 Phipps, Kim p. 113 Pickens, Ann p. 113 Pickett, Kennon p. 1 13 Pierce, Dianna p. 113 Pinkerton, Kurt p. 46 Pitts, Michael p. 113 Poer, Chris p. 113 Poole, Lisa p. 90 Porter, Beverly p. 91 Porter, Howard p. 46 Porter, Vernon p. 1 13 Powell, Dee Dee p. 63 Powell, Julie p. 114 Powell, Stephan p. 114 Powers, Mishon p. 68 Pratt, 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Elizabeth p. 69 Reynolds, Michelle p. 114 Reynolds, Russell p. 114 Reynolds, Walter p. 46 Rhinefort, Andrew p. 46 Rhyne, Sharon p. 114 Richards, Raney p. 114 Richardson, David p. 69 Richman, Cynthia p. 91 Richter, Crystal p. 114 Richter, James p. 46 Ricker, Daniel p. 114 Riddel, Christine p. 91 Riley, Anthony p. 46 Riley, Robert p. 69 Indexf253 254fIndex Rios, Silvia p. 114 Rittiner, Paul p. 114 Robertson, Patrick p. 69 Roberts, Anthony p. 91 Roberts, Brandon p. 114 Roberts, Cedric p. 91 Robertson, Lisa p. 69 Robinson, Timothy p. 114 Robinson, Tony p. 91 Robinson, Wesley p. 115 Rodgers, Latrieia p. 91 Rodgers, Michael p. 115 Rodgers, Roxane p. 47 Rodgers, Thomas p. 115 Rodriguez, Dennis p. 92 Rodriguez, James p. 92 Rodriguez, Tony p. 47 Roels, Jennifer p. 115 Roels, Laura p. 47 Rogers, Courtney p. 115 Rogers, Tracy p. 92 Rose, Fred p. 92 Rose, Julie p. 69 Ross, Daniel p. 92 Roubinek, Edward p. 69 Rubell, Jenean p. 69 Ruiz, Antonio p. 47 Russell, Julia p. 47 Rynd, Jason p. 69 -S- Sager, Robert p. 115 Sagona, Nicholas p. 115 Salley, John p. 115 Sanders Debra p. 1 15 Sanders, Felicia p. 69 Sanders, Mark p. 92 Sanders, Robert p. 47 Sanders, Rol p. 115 Sanders, Shawn p. 69 Sanderson, Lanie p. 115 Sandoval, Missy p. 47 Santana, Jenny p. 47 Santana, Jose p. 115 Santiago, Crisanta p. 115 Savitz, Toby p. 92 Saxon, Ben p. 115 Saxon, Jewel p. 47 Sayas, Lisa p. 92 Saylor, Mike p. 69 Schaefer, Sharla p. 115 Schaefer, Shea p. 47 Schegel, Cathy p. 69 Schlotzhauer, Jennifer p. Schmeits, Kelly p. 92 Schuller, Joris p. 92 Schuller, Mirjam p. 115 Schulte, Tracie p. 115 Scott, Heather p. 47 Scott, Paul p. 92 Searcy, Scott p. 47 Slay, Kathy p. 115 Segarra, Laura p. 47 Sellers, Ben p. 92 Sellers, Jennifer p. 115 Senko, Michael p. 115 Shaffer, Shannon p. 92 Shavis, Tony p. 92 Shaw, Burk p. 47 Sherbert, Catherine p. 115 Sherbert. Michelle p. 69 Sherburn. Jason p. 115 Shields, Alma p. 47 Shilling, Missy p. 115 Shinsei, Yoshie p. 47 Shockey, Michelle p. 92 Shucy. Shults, Rose p. 92 Brian p. 116 Shults, Steven p. 69 Siler, Glenn p. 69 Sillman, Jennifer p. 116 Sillman, Melinda p. 47 Simmonds, Mickey p. 69 Simmons, Jase p. 69 Simpson, Bridget p. 92 Sisco, Darla p. 47 Skinner, Randy p. 69 Slater, Slater, Mildred p. 69 Millard p. 92 Slaton, Shelly p. 116 Slavik, Angela p. 48 Sloan, John p. 92 Smart, Donna p. 69 Smelko, Karen p. 70 Smiddy, Dixie p. 70 Smith, Anthony p. 92 Smith, Chris p. 92 Smith, Cindy p. 92 Smith, James p. 116 Smith, Jason p. 116 Smith,,Jerry p. 48 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Mark p. 70 Matthew p. 70 Mary p. 48 Michael p. 92 Michelle p. 116 Smith, Stephanie p. 70 Smith, Thomas p. 116 Smith William p. 116 Snell, Whitni p. 92 Snider, Henry p. 48 Snider, Warren p. 48 Snyder, Heather p. 116 Snyder, Jill p. 70 Snyder, Sara p. 116 Sosa, Alma p. 48 Sosa, Antonio p. 116 Sosa, Elsa p. 70 Sosa, Lalo p. 70 Souvannasane, Kay p. 48 Sparks, Steven p. 1 16 Sparks, Susannah p. 48 Spears Spears Spears Spears Spears , Scott p. 116 , Grady p. 70 Paige p. 116 zShannon p. 116 , Steven p. 70 Speer, Alyson p. 70 Spencer, Bonnie p. 93 Spencer, Chris p. 70 Spencer, Courtney p. 70 Sperry, Shirley p. 48 Stailey, Jamie p. 70 Steiner, Beatrice p. 93 Stephens, Virginia p. 48 Stevens, Julian p. 93 Stevens, Mark p. 93 Stiles, Lani p. 93 Stober, lvan p. 93 Stone, Neil p. 93 Stone, Will p. 48 Stovall, Kandis p. 70 Stratton, Christy p. 117 Stripling, Jason p. 117 Strode, Marlow p. 70 Styles, Duaine p. 117 Suarez, Lisa p. 93 Suarez, Lisset p. 48 Summers, Adam p. 117 Summers, Jerrie p. 117 Summers, Mark p. 48 Sutton, Frankie p. 70 Sweet, Kelly p. 117 -T- Talley, Catherine p. 117 Talton, Sallie p. 70 Taylor, Anna p. 117 Taylor, Anthony p. 93 Taylor,Antonia p. 93 Taylor, Donovan p. 93 Taylor, James p. 93 Teafatiller, Tonja p. 48 Teel, Keelan p. 117 Terry, David p.93 Theobald, Rudy p. 70 Thomas, Adrian p. 93 Thomas, Karen p. 117 Thomas, LaWanda p. 93 Thompson, Cathy p. 117 Thompson, Cheryl p. 93 Thompson, Clifford p. 48 Thompson, Jacky p. 70 Thompson, Stacy p. 70 Thompson, Tracey p. 70 Thornfield, Jr., Peter p. 70 Thornton, Bart p. 71 Tidwell, April p. 117 Tidwell, Bryan p. 117 Tierce, Becky p. 48 Timms, L. C. p. 93 Timms, Sheree p. 93 Tims, Krista p. 117 Tinsley, Melissa p. 71 Tolle, William p. 93 Tomlinson, Gregg p. 71 Toothe, Shelby p. 71 Torres, Danny p. 71 Torres, Jesse p. 1 17 Toth, Missi p. 71 Tovar, Lori p. 118 Tow,Jill p. 118 Traver, Lesley p. 1 18 Treas, Garolyn p. 118 Trott, Ryan p. 118 Trotter, Joseph p. 48 Trout, Candice p. 48 Trujillo, Raquel p. 71 Trujillo, Yolanda p. 48 Tucker, Davy p. 93 Tuggle, Cynthia p. 118 Turpin, Carol p. 71 Tweed, Curt p. 118 Tyson, Kevin p. 48 Tyson, Becky p. 71 Tyson, Yolanda p. 93 Uecker, Sherri p. 49 Urqhart, David p. 118 Uzzell, Stephanie p. 118 Valadez, Belinda p. 93 Va1adez,Noe1ia p. 71 Valderas, Shannon p. 118 Valdez, Elisa p. 93 Valdez, Phillip p. 118 Valdez,Rosa p. 49 Valentin, Carmelo p. 93 Valentin, Milagros p. 71 Vallery-Radot, Arnaud p. 49 Van, Peggy p. 93 Van Aken, David p. 118 Van Hofwegan, Nathan p. 71 Van Vleck, Sarah p. 49 Vandever, Kelly p. 118 Vandever, Melissa p. 93 Vandiver, Keith p. 49 Vang, Moua p. 49 Vansickle, Tabatha p. 49 Vanya, John p. 93 Vargas, Frank p. 71 Varnell, Richard p. 118 Varnell, Suzanne p. 71 Varner, Jason p. 94 Vasquez, Jamie p. 71 Vega, Robert p. 118 Vega, Trinidad p. 72 Vinson, Timothy p. 72 Walker, Terry p. 72 Walker, Tyron p. 72 Wallace, Antonio p. 50 Walraven, Gcns p. 50 Walsingham, Robert p. 94 Waltrom, Laura p. 118 Waltrip, William p, 94 Ward, Alvarado p. 118 Ward, Charles p. 118 Ward, Dwight p. 118 Ward, Scott p. 72 Warven, Susan p. 94 Washington, Detra p. 94 Washington, Markus p. 118 Watson, Christopher p. 119 Watson, Heather p. 94 Watson, Jeff p. 72 Watson, William p. 72 Watt, Susan p. 50 Waugh, Nancy p. 94 Webb, Deana p. 94 Webb, Ronald p. 72 Webster, Emily p. 72 Webster, John p. 72 Webster, Rodney p. 94 Wells, Diana p. 94 Wentworth, Carl p. 50 Wentz, Janet p. 72 Werland, Barbara p. 50 West, Brian p. 94 West, Dacia p. 119 West, Lorraine p. 119 West, Todd p. 50 Westerheide, Steven p. 94 Whelchel, Cody p. 72 Willis, Susanne p. 95 Wilson, Alexis p. 95 Wilson, Gralyn p. 51 Wilson, Gregory p. 119 Wilson, Jack p. 119 Wilson, John p. 73 Wilson, Matthew p. 73 Wilson. 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Rodney p. 119 Wilson, Shiryl p. 73 Wingo, Angela p. 119 Wise, Melody p. 51 Wiseman, Dianna p. 51 Witherite, Kristin p. 119 Wogomon, Donald p. 119 Wolf,Jeffery p. 51 Wolfe, Courtney p. 73 Wolfe, Malinda p. 95 Womble, Amy p. 95 Wood, Karen p. 51 Wood, Wendy p. 73 Woods, John p. 73 Woodward, Jean p. 95 Wooten, Cherish p. 73 Wooten, Martin p. 51 Worrell, Patricia p. 51 Wray, Dena p. 95 Wright ,Connie p. 95 White, Anne p. 50 White, Guy p. 50 White, Ladonna p. 72 White, Linda White, Lisa p. 119 White, Michael p. 72 Whitworth, James p. 50 Wicker, David p. 72 Wilcox, Robert p. 50 Wilkinson, Brett p. 119 Williams Darren p. 72 Williams, Derrick p. 72 Williams, Elizabeth p. 119 Williams, Jay p. 50 Williams, John p. 72 William, Lawrence p. 94 Williams Meredith p. 72 Williams Michael p. 119 Williams, Missy p. 72 Williams, Pamela p. 72 Williams, Sondra p. 51 -W- Wagnon, Laurie p. 94 Waites, Marlo p. 118 Walker, Chris p. 118 Walker, David p. 94 Walker, Melanie p. 94 Walker, Patience p. 50 Walker, Samantha p. 118 Williams, Steven p. 119 Williams, Travis p. 94 Williams, Vickie p. 94 Williams, Victor p. 51 Williamson, Gregory p. 51 Williamson, William p. 94 Willis, Maurice p. 94 Willis, Octavia p. 119 Wright Karlyn p. 73 Wright Keith p. 95 Wright Mark p. 95 Wright Robin p. 95 Wright, Sandra p. 119 Wright, Wendy p. 73 Yandell, David p. 51 Yordrum, Parichart p. 73 Young, Clint p. 95 Young, David p. 119 Youngblood, Jennifer p. 73 Youngblood, Stacy p. 119 -Z- Zachry, Christine p. 95 Zachry, Cliff p. 51 Zaskoda, Jaynel p. 119 Ziegler, Mike p. 51 Zepeda, Ronda p. 95 Zepeda, Roxanne p. 119 Zetsche, Kristen p. 1 19 Zimmer, Susan p. 95 Zimmer, Tracy p. 119 Zimmerman, Erie p. 95 Zimmerman, Dustyn p. 95 Zubrawski, Christine p. 119 lndtx 255 Student Life Cecilia Alvarez Missy Dill Arden Gafford Jill Needham Karen Smelko 'Sherri Uecker Organizations Shelly Bourke Ann Branham Allan Brants Andrea Denney Steve Durham Lutheria Harrison Charles Mooney 'Will Stone Tracey Thompson Photographers 'Martin Puente Jim Odom 'Denotes Section Editor EDITGRS' PAGE Sports Suzy Ewing Kathy Hendrickson 'Chris Kibbie Tim Mauser Todd Rapp People 'Eric Ewing Lorena Lopez Lou Murrin Special Thanks Mrs. Gayle Graves Mrs. Maria Salas Mr. and Mrs. Steve Murrin Mrs. Jacqulyn Curry Mr. David Dixon Tammy Henderson Mrs. Katherine Dyer Mrs. Vivian Murphey Mrs. Gene Thompson Mrs. Joan Vinson ,J Having two editors instead of one wa a real plus because not only did it allow for a more diverse book, but it cut the work load in half, too. 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