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

 - Class of 1986

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The best teachers are those who know what students are capable of doing and what is too difficult for them. These select few knowfhow, to present problems as challengesyther than work. Here at Arlington Heights we are lucky enough to have one of the "best"g a teacher who has devoted her knowledge and experience to provide Heights with an invaluable service. Hard work and dedica- tion are not always fully appreciated, so we would like to take this opportunity to recognize the talent and-ability of this deservingteacher: H H eggl ye. Miss ooNa STOVALL 14 I Dedication IS THIS A LACOUN LABORATORY? DONT EETHQ THE STHH HI T FILTER PAPER OLE J UPUHI RUBBER TUBING BUHHT A HE BOBBY PINS TTGAP BUTT PUT THEH HH THE H9 T A on I I 4 1 is A if ' EHTT e' ' ' HH? H ,' f Ti rl it 'J lit! :'.lV-'- M T MISS l DEDICATEE 1986 ,-..,,,..., m ' "f .Tw 1 XY 'A Y Y' . N n ,L f 3' 3 , in J 1 f A X M "RN x X 1 '17 School Board Closes Another Successful Year The Fort Worth School Board faced a very challenging year. Many changes were brought in with House Bill 72, but the board somehow managed to keep the district run- ning smoothly. This was actually the second year under the new rules. but they were fully implemented this year. "Education is a big business in Fort Worth," stated School Board member Loftin Witcher. He added. "We are blessed to have many excellent teachers. administrators. and support per- sonnel in this district." Truly the whole system held up very well under all the transformation. The outstanding board led the teachers. administrators, and personnel to a very accomplished year. Teamwork brought success. M U Nik Superintendent I. Carl Candoli ala 2 Fort Worth School Board: Front Row: T. A. Sims, Secretaryg H. Richard O,Neal, Presidentg Mollie Lasater Vice President Second Row: Arturo Pena, Bill Elliott, Maudrie Walton, Suzanne Lasko, Jocelyn Wuester, Loftin Witcher. 18 ! Faculty Ill! i I s ,,,,"""'... if 9 .ia " A i . . ti, ' 1 1 5 'W .XX ., S-- QY f X ' --ffasunn-.gfgy . - , . ,K ., Principal: Frances Alles Vice-Principal: Richard Bogusch "Own 1' Vice-Principal: Montier Ve Tomlinson Vice-Principal: Ramon Vega 5 H- Q js , N L,,,,,,,. ,V V , A :Ja 3 Faculty! 19 Staff Guides Heights Through a Challenging Year fx Mr. Foster works diligently on a student recom- mendation for a graduating Senior. , L V' . 'L 'f 7i?'fl"'?lWiM1t-15i3'f-Q rw-' 'i 1 ' :,.sXvFiQ-if T ' ' Alvarez we Sara Brian Lorie Bmns Catherine Dyer Jackie Fish 20 I Faculty 'ABSJQ Q, I rl 1 Isl ' ' 'ri J' S Vai: "We,re not showing cartoons today," says Mrs. Taylor to her students. IYAQ 13' V5 ',Q,a if ' SQ w "But you can't be an aide three periods!" says Counselor Sara Brian. , V ,Z ,Wiz 6 K lf l 'D it ,N ,af xy ,gg A 0 B Bill Foster Susan Gregory Nadine Grigsby Dorothy Hawkins wAu4lbALaJQif,, Mrs. Norton, an expert in the field of music, strikes up a tune for her choir students. I 9 'V xg I 'V I , in ll .j. '.f k ' V, -. X at ' ' Joe Paul Taylor Glenda Ward Marlene Weaver as B 5 x 1 Zi H Juahnles Williams Cie Shirley Hubby sill Darlie Kent ygiiimi ,t Zv i is-2 5' SY x g fri ' 5 , KR' gi .74 Betty Key Frances Woodson Faculty I 21 22 1 Faculty Faculty Continues to Expand Students, Education 5 3 A JW I in 'i fx 'xg gm .151 I Cullen Allen Marilyn Ankenbauer Dane Argentini Janis Arnett Marie Beattie Mr. Haase keeps his happy countenance despite the fact that he has a large stack of papers left to grade. Elizabethjtelsly Marilyn Bettes Rosemary Burton Randy Cesani Mr. Harvey sets a studious example for his mathematics class. . : ., 1' ,-e an imma? 0' ,Ki Betty Clayton wr r"v Ernestine Cohee Beverly Cottingham Dixie Cunningham Sara Cunningham Jacqulyn Curry Kathryn Daniel I ymftff f We " iv "Ni 5, in 1 F , Jacqueline Frazer Sa , gp? r . . ,Q 4 qw E K. . 1 xl ' x A 1' fi I Fred Garcia Helen Hale Lawrence Harvey Q as tif? a t izgifu- 42 ' J ir'A Rob Dixon Thomas Elliott Cheryl Estes Freed A 3 9 i i "No, of course I don't give extra credit for crossword puzzles!" says Mrs. Miller in disbelief. Juanita Hamrick 1 J Pamm Havener Jeanine Hutson Jimmy Jenkins Faculty! 23 'gWouldn't you like to know!" says Mrs. Vinson, senior English teacher, after being asked a question for the fifth time. V in W " ' iq , ..,. ,XX 31. FN. i Charles MeClure V Miller fx with Jean T. Mitchell Regena Morris "I can't believe the entlre class mlssed number 7 sighs Coach f I . X gf? y , 2 Laura Morton Mary Murphy Nancy Murray Johnny Nabors Howard Palmer ' S i-1,E fttj?Ea.,, .. . " . whsxi ifigllh A lzi it ,Q 4 r 'Q - ' 6 It ""' K Mary Parham Mickey Pelley Maggie Porter Caner Pratt Jane Routen ..-'X N N Num, Mrs. Bettes setsagood mood for her students. s'Luzianne is better than Lipton!" says Mrs. Cottingham. fed' usag- ,fi Marvin Rudd Shirley Schuster Norma Sivers Dona Lee Stovall Linda Szot Faculty I 25 26 ! Faculty ff- fi H. Mahlon Tate Rosemary Taylor ol W 1 4 . 1 f 9 no d ' - 'av ne own and thirty two more to go. remarks a sneering Mrs. Witherspoon. gg nun' 1? si A- bl' C' ."' ,, l X hm V Q. X Z r, Maryann Testa Jerry Thomas Pg, 'X 1 3 Y" A in 1 ' T 1 4 Wilburn Wesley Donya Witherspoon ,ff "Was that my cue to leave?" questions Coach Merlin Priddy Arch Van Meter Joan Vinson Jack Warren ,,.x A 4.0 Paula Winer Phyllis Wright Reginal Young The Personnel Keep Heights in Tip Top Condition T Y ' ' l ,gf The 1985-86 Heights Cafeteria Staff: Clara Merrell, Verna Henderson, Rose Inman, Betty Slater, Mattie Huston. Not Pic- tured: Manager, Vera Atkins. Custodians: Front Row: Curtis Brown, Vickie Blanton, Willie Ann Cauley. Second Row: Weldon Morris, Sidney Harden. Faculty X 27 a 'wr Qi Z 21115316 E 1 ,. - ,. -I 2 Xa f. , rf-K - . 3' K V' K '-1 gfzxz ' , , .Q . 1 Q 1 ' , ,W K, .111,1i , ,K . , K . , , y xv-1-s,:"zs f . '1t,f55,j',jg::, ' . 1,:Q,,,' ' ' .zz k is ,jggzszfgggssw 1 . " 'K ' - ' 1 - .,: , - .. 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Ni 4 A--.4" , ' "Hit me with your best shot," says Gregg Tomlinson, senior. 2,1 11 vue, Dennis Abbott V Paula Aldrich A Michele Alread Cecilia Alvarez - 2 -' f-are Debbie Ander Lisa Andrews un. if John Applegate Johnnie Amer JeffArnold x v mf MX, i- 5'The advantage of being editor is having your own desk," says a satisfied Marlon Mote. Cameron Arther Melinda Ashworth Brian Austry T . , ee", s fax ' ' 1, f K K' -' ' g.:,g,,1g,ggg,. - . ' g , ., A 4.25-l,V,,-1 V f 511.-neu ,'-qyj-yjz,.fg1g, Q llifiiilllllgf. i , i x H ' e 5 1 'F 5 v- Tracy Banks F175 L, Michael Meza, Emily Webster, Mindy Miteff, Brian Austry, and Chris Pate demonstrate the theory of togetherness in the Class of '86. s.. Terri Bland Detra Blocker Mike Began "" ' .. ,fi-w.:,,ff ,,i,.v,1, s t,t M ..tt ,y.tChfi5.B0nF1. Robin Bvfsefst sttyy s SWCY 129U'ke- '- ' 1 1 . 'P ' Mr 1f::'zLe4z11x-Q ,1V,:p5'1L, .xref f . 1,-ts J ,xf.,?:.s1 -pf 1 W ,Q 11 f - ,, Vi L 'ii 1, 3 i o - cf s. nub' ,Y ' f gg , ' X. Carol Barber Karen Barlow James Baumhardt Michelle Beatty Dennis Bell 'x "If I change colognes, would that cheerleader go out with me?" ponders George McGown. B ,lg B, B P Q f X 3 ' -is L5 N Kelly BQALLCD Kelly Brennan Cynthia Brightbill Twana Brock Mary Brown Tracy Bruner Roong Burket ,W t 'f-.wwf 6 ,5 X Q, Hillery Burkett Scott Butler w K I B ' 5-WB '-....,n... "If he touches her I'll kill him!" thinks ajealous Link Moore as Holmes flirtingly grins at Jennifer Perritt. Lance ia if ,,,. Eva La Shae Camales Tonya Capps Susan Caram ,gt fl "Why, no Miss Ankenbauer. I would never sleep in class," mumbles Jeff Millegan. Q' 1 .i BB .,,l BB BB lsidofa Caflizalcs B Neely Cane? B BB Kyra Cas? , 'ttl B B B B ii B B 1 rs K kktr ,N I f, kV.,k7 B ,,,B,, , B B, , 1,..,..tB,B. BB,.,,. . tBt4 iii'f 5' ii lfiil F litt f s t r .gi at me 1 Imelda Caspe Castr Eric The senior Tootsies cheer their sweeties on to victory. an In 'ffm' T f' . -Am? . X 7 '0- Kimberly Clemons Kristina Cleveland Nick Cochrane at Y x 'A I :rx lu' . B' w x, :K--N , V56 Q K .1 Jeff Cooper Tracy Cope Marie Cuellar A gf w 'M , 1 f 1,-. . 1' 54 K W .3 if f A QQ. "E f 1 N- - aiqii 2 if P ' K ' iizf 1 e Brian Austry models the latest denim look. , sw - - - ' John Cummings Cathy Davis Wendy Davis , f f" 1 : we W' , , 5 X E' l T , J v as v ' Seniors 1986 Class Wins Floatfo1' 0urth i -' . M s 5 v is. David Davitte Lauriva Day Shari Dcan Cort Del-Ian Marc DePlanIe 1"-,, o. i fm 1 ll'?"S ' fi if yt , 2 Qu' 5 V- Qt V ,fr i 2 , yi, 'K b A X Hank Demond Andrea Denny i ii! 4' Q G--1 5 W -obert Dial R Tammy Dickenson Senior Bart Thorton listens half-heartedly to Tom Hargrove's aspira tions ofthe World Series. fi 5 'iii .Q 2 V . ...xgwn ,Z S Su? E -. P' E'sf1,,. 1 wi R'-Q uriil' like an luv' Melissa Dill Kelly Dixon "That,s the girl that hit me!" cries Kathy Jay to Tracy Bruner. A Philip Dixon V M C edr1gvQoty 4 1 Q ,Q . N Sv Eryn Douglas Brian Dow -J: f "What do you mean we're having ham for lunch?" questions a disgusted Michele Alread ofan amused Robin Huston. Neal Durando Michelle Ellison , W , k , s.'ST,X 'J ' Faires "An apple a day keeps the opponent away," says the varsity football team. at s39I1!0fS 437 i ,, x x l , s Missy Flowers Pamela Fluschc ."" 1 ai ,V 'v- , Karen Fox Arden Gafford Bryant Gaines , X , A G gp- V 1 AQ,5.. t4j p f ',,f'f1, Felicia Sanders listens intently to Mrs. Wither- F ,Xhs.' 4' spoon's instructions forthe newspaper. K,-. ' :iii i x,f,- S l 381 Seniors i 'Kira' Af, t 'i if Us ' I, r lllftflwfl ' "' i at S 'ii QW?-is 31 i N A Angela Houk and Dawn Wilson radiate the Wave Spirit. g. John Gallagher Elaine Gambill Jon Gamez Oscar Garcia tix! 1-X3 J Rudy Garcia A Leroy Garrison y i , F i 1 1 is.. Ricky Hanson V Tom l-Iardgrovc Michele Hardwick - Daryl Harris f A .y,v 1' i 4, f L... Qf. . N. ' 'r , 4 s C tht 1 W .xr 'S-A l K. Ex Cheryl Hastings Christopher Hawkins Tim Heller Kathy Hendrickson Anuschka Hiebler-Niebler ggungiinl ,X Ronnie Prestage chews his pen while memoriz- f H18 WSI HUSWCTS- Jeff Cooper says, "Who says you can't grow a mustache during class?" i izzizp. ' 'y:,:si:- ' .rpg . . . f- -vsp. -vi-'iz -sgwgg, FACT! + FADE , 5553i l i of 1 39 4 " NQQT-1+ 1.4 A , zkgrvrax S ii-jg! ' ig! L. fi fl oem I if Cathy Gibson David Goode Tim Gould Stephen Graf Randall Greenblatt 'div Tina Greig , ' ' 'fa A . . .5 we A if 3 A Shelli Groze ff' 2' Ooo. . . wait, let me primp before you take the picture, pleads Julie Hopkins. Dawn Haenes 40 ! Seniors ,, ,,i, Q 1 W M Jason Gill by V Bret Gilley Mark Goldstein Frank Goldthwaite IT: W' 57.1 SQ- v 53 ' + ' N Bridget Greene Shelly Griftin Christy Guimarin ffh Victoria Hall . ,,,, -by 4:1 N li K 'f 4 v Sw ,1- G! xt. Mark Henderson Ray Hgggy Terri Hill ii-Ml. H s Ann Hoang Thuy Hoang Trent Hodgkins ., M - lr -"-5 1 1? y i .A Zifeieqfw if ' f 'oHH ' if s 1 , s . - 'i 14 fri . ' H ' ' . X H ,ml A H p 9 Q l 'viii'-5' V' J f f ' Q .. N F'-X Melissa Tinsley recalls a pleasant memory. Wu ' i : -so ep-v-f,- K ,,, . Jared Hoffman Lance Holmes I lie Hopkins Robin Huston David Perlstein tries to impress a freshman girl in his typing class. 'c' 1' Angela Houk Sony Isaac , senigikf 41 ax . -W ,,,'- 4 i 4 x 3 it ,, fig, f t Q fr Qqmat, ., -." K :aw ,- .,s:.,t,f, K , 4. , 2 st. L Zifi 1, 5 Q . My L1 ,, ti, w 1 ' v Jcffcrey Jackson Ioml5LnJames. Dianne Jannuzzi Q, K ,,.., 1 . 1 -is 2 vii' i 2 X - A ' 03- ci '-ff is : QQ. ,QW ' Kathy Jay Mark Jennings Q x. Peter Joe Sam Joe KCMILQDES. Stanley Jones Roger Jongsma A lnkn Vn..4T.-nan Cn..- VALA.. 1 hs vl-n,, ',l,,v, U4 1 V "We go together . . sings an enthusiastic group of senior girls at the Homecoming pep rally. I x 2 K Ji 4 z Q - f--Lzr iw r QL, G1 E7'l2i' SRV in . f ff' K i Q4 4, . Ati ws M 5. Nikki Kressler Vincent Kuhnen Laura Larsen Chris Latham IQQQLQQ M. Wy v Y A seemingly studious John Gallagher draws a total blank during an English test, while Tri Golthwaite munches on a knuckle sandwich. 5 Barbara Lee Anhur Loefflerm QHILLSZLLQZBBD- Sherry Luttrell K A Klra McCullough, 1 Qfifll 4. Q-1 Y 86 H I ,.:,1V:,,i.fW,E5Ef I , Li 1: H i . t Debora McDade Gary McElyea George McGown Hunter McLean Daniel MacMurray Robin Majctte Soraya Malik My '- if is Marco Puente is filled with ecstasy as he dreams of his week-end plans. Marquez John Martinez Luisa Martinez '45 .,,, 'ig fd' f Steven Mear Glennis Meek "Take a left on Camp Bowie and it's the brown stucco building with the t aroma of Mexican food," explains Elizabeth Reynolds to Tracy Bruner. M Jim Mccker Michael Mcza ,Seniors ii i i 1 ge Q. 1 Q Sf ,VX fl- S- JeffMillegan A Tom Mitchell S? Q- ,.,,.mm L' W' S is Mindy Miteff Charles Moonev -. " 'ri Seniors display spirit in yet another awesome Homecoming sign. w fn., ' Christi Moore Link Moore Steven Mooty ' f 'fb' , g, "No, I don't have a pass - Fm a SENIOR!" explains a disgusted Robin Majette. Marlon Mote Scottie Nations Shawn Nesmith 4.5 Mari Nicholson Charles O'Keefe Sylvia Opperman Greg Padron Mark Palmer V .,-,- I .. -fe "-- I -i'- ' , ,.r, fs: i ., x - Q. fe 2 ilii lsrl 'lles M S it aree 2 L. -,, is 1 W " S ' ' -' 'TAI - " :fair - V ,,g gee w ,E , i we vw... Keith Parc Julianne Parks my Est - 1 .T A L, .vm tv -A Q at' 1. V W Q K 16 9 tis cf, -R, Chris Pate JoBeth Payne ri Tamela Pavne i -4 - W,,,,,- -1'-' W Q' 1:1 ' TW.,-2 Q .4,."- ' " -951' 4.4 , --f-"""' 1 s J Jill Witcher very diligently works to meet her annual staff deadline. fb.. Steven Mear intelligently explains Einstein's theory of relativity. Krissy Pecligo 5, 5.- fa n- fx. Blain Pelland H W David Pena 4 t 1 ,Ga fini? J we J 1, David Pennington Dgyjd Perlsteip, Jennifer Perritt 1 ' -' -- Q- .zz ,.,. - :fi ff- ffvk aif pfe,:-gaftiff, fax .,a,1 ,., 46 f Senlors ' ,- ' Q - .f Klan-a iv--M f'wnf:,tfgaLv- Q-on ai. Akiva-egi wtgtg-24: Utaggyxfv -r s ' , f ' J t"' J Q 4 1 Q F E gil J lil nf' Y "What do you mean clipping?" says Jacket wide-receiver Danny Torres. 6.- Mi Shon Powers Ronnie Prestage 4 1 David Ramos Ty Ranker xy W L Z3 'bl Y' V0 Q M ,ix Y A-u 'f' fl can't believe Kevin Vlones put her in the game instead of me," complains senlor Kristen Shrove. 'iw Shawn Petrie Dee Dee Powell , f, v 'Q "W ' 4' Scott Protzman M Jana Pyeatt flffisha Rama Steve Reese Vv Tracy Reyero V V V 1.1: K, , . , e. ai, ,W y Seniors I 47 ' ' 5 to . , i1 J J J . Jtii 1. i i Qi YE 1f LQl 1 sei.. rtri . i . p J Graduat1onls i nthe Horizon for 19p Jorge Reyes Jose Reyes l 2 s hw wg .Ti ,,,, g ' I :ta iiiriirff: ,,,,,, " V -fra-mwa ,,, is f by - Sg?251rs1m.1 1,1 g f.f,.z we ,J .. p,. 22 N. P .sf--152 as 2. as t M iff ii. VS 11,55 .v ti wifi .fr J 1 :alum 2 :2Y?"" 'L ' i 9 p 5sa3:'1,,.-L ,:. fx , ssssi R J . .hum ,J Charles Mooney dreams ofthe coming weekend. pi .,, i + 1- f I Q Q ' Y ' K Q! f e ... ,X A , Lisa Robertson Julie Rose Edward Roubinek Jason Rynd 86 -wa 3. N 53 if "bn-J Elizabel David Richardson Riley ,.,-i H W,-M . -. 9 if 2.1! - -5 ' 4 T - , .- I ,U ..,. .,XN ,wa . ww! 5 Xi .g. M Q. N-'- Mascot Lauriva Day boosts the crowd's spirit ata morning pep rally. . 1 iw, .K 35 his H-ff f W ' -it , I -nr Felicia Sanders Lauren Sanderson V V Michael Sayflor L J V .J M5 . gap V,V-., VJ-.. .Vg all I Q .g.,. ,ff-ma I me ,M ' Patrick Robinson makes his eating the day's cafeteria fare. escape after fi Kristen Sh rove -as -S X59 Glen Siler Mickey Simmonds Jase Simmons Randy Skinner Darren Smallwood -ff! Karen Smelko Cecil Smith f ' L if fl I My X53 ' l . if 'sf' ' .S e at l Q E 'india t The Senior Annual Staff gang takes time from their busy day to flirt with the camera. .. . . M f JW--...,, .- ,I an, K We . K 'QQL1 L' - 'IES' 59' 522' ' :fa 2 tt 1 1 M, Greg Smith t i Studious Kira McCullough sets daydreaming Jennifer Perritt. 'z a good example for the . .,.,. -.4f.1,.. -,,:,,i, .. ,ifs,.f,f I Seniors my 5' lm.,- w.. r Mark Smith Stephanie Smith Jill Snyder Elsa Sosa Eulalio Sosa W sg, .gi fi 153 'U 1' 1 G 1 Grady Spears Alyson Speer ' f ' , x 1 i Q is , A! , ' gf'-9 N Sallie Talton Jana Tarrant ,. ,, H Zavdy Castro, senior, quickly sneaks a sip of Coke while the teacher's back is turned. Chris Spencer Kandis Stovall ,. 0' .f r- . v '14 as ts., Q L. A so Marlow Strode X, Theobald Peter N. ir, W. 'N S 'w NJ Even annual staff has to eat," admits a hungry Cecilia Alvarez. Y 2, .i g 'rw 4 s CT' Bart Thomton Melissa Tinsley Gregg Tomlinson Toothe Daniel T . fr? ibfyf i Senior, Cherry Harris beams proudly after being congratulated on her next article in the Jacket Journal. The-gain rw 1,,.,,. r,,..+ . , , W ce,.., ,, f' fail ,enl. rx W i K I inks-'IEW' ew vs- 'WMM x MO say can you see by the dawn's early lightj, Mike Saylor bellows patriotically before the Powder Puff Game. Carol Turpin Nathan Van Hofwegen iv- Frank Vargas Suzanne Vamell lg Jaime Vasquez M V Trinidad Vegt T if7gfyJSeniors! 51 521 Seniors .flzx " 0 0 Q L .xs'11l51? A Spmted Class Says So Long ay. T? QL 4' Donald Ward Scott Ward Jeff Watson Janet Wentz if 'sz' -it' Ladonna White Mike White sn? Q-133 fn Q, V , - , . 'lvl s.Q"""'-'wa --.,, - Dawn Williams John Williams X. N. lk-,, Meredith Williams Misty Williams Senior, Hunter McLean, takes his typing class seriously K K V Pamela WilliamS ,i., Laura Willy 4 fl' fi ,M susta- Mag: fgp Dawn Wilson - f. rw, Counney Wolfe Q ,. , - ll-v 4.2 1 Matthew Wilson Jill Witcher ,- 'U 'IP-" Wendv Wood Cherish Wooten Donna Zuber If 927 an 'J ' -Wifi' Mark Henderson relaxes after a cram session , for Mrs. Cunningham's impossible calculus a W test. f .C ,.,, After winning the game, Povvderpuff Quarterback Liz Reynolds offers advice to an attentive John Gallagher. ii' Seniors s - iii 0' . 45 Q e .Xl11LAl?lL 'i FB l f of mm. rim i i i Q: l t'E'i::51:f' Q -"'21f:'7EllCf'3E.Q i Soiif wt 2, xxx-C' SADIJQ 'l iNlHi5Ef A 4 i ii . ii i -P11-ifl1'lkf5l'OjiiIl'3LIll' I.'Zb0l"ll0l'j ' h h v i i lidllC'lll0l'l i i . ,1 spiral mm Han i ivtlgiillikillliiiifbfixlifi. 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A ly A REYERQTRACY I I Track.'Sparlish'Club. DECA , REYESJUSE T 'gg ,QI W REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH I ' I J.v, -and Varsity Cheerleaderq-French, Club. Traclg. Homecoming Court. 'MISSLTAHHS Flnahsi' ig- . , T RICHARDSON, DAVID A, Footballfljrack. NHS l RILEY,ROBERT'i I Football. Track ROBERSON. PATRICK 4 ROBERTSON. LISA Soccer. Latin Club -'-' T TLV V ,A ROLLS, STEVEN I I A French -Club. Drama' Club. Chcss Club - President and SecrctarylTrcasureri I T , , , ROSEQJULIE r Y V V , Tennis, NHS. SOH, Art Club, Spanish-1Club,, Performing Arts. Drama Club "7 T - fi I RYND JASON ' I - Foolball,,Lat-in Club, Spanish Club. Y-NQG A ffifiii -S.. VSALAS, TONY is 1HECE.Football, ROTC H M A V A V SANDERS, FELICIA , pjg SpanTish,Club --Secretary, Math Club, SOHT, Jackelfournalsraflf T 'V I -1-- ss SANDERSON, LAUREN f A '7 S Basketballg1Trael6,TSoccer.V Volleyballgy L V, SAY-LOR, MIKE T T T- S Baseball, Football. French Club, Ann Brannon Award, Y-N-G, Jacke1.IOurnaIStaff2King Puff SCHLEGEL, CATHLEEN T, I French Club. PELE -Secretary, SOH A SHERBERT, MICHELLE V Art Club 4-I President. Swim Team, French Club .V ' ' ,T- 'SHROVE KRISTEN A Vi h-A, - 5, Chorus. Performing' Arts, TheateIffArtsT,T .lackeri A IJournalStaftf,V, I W V V T Qi SILER,GLENN'i. f ETEE A 'V+ fGolf,'French Club I SIMMONDSJVIIFCKEY Soccer, T V A SIMMONS, JASE' Tennis V, SKINNEKRAANDYI Band, Band Beau, VOE ' V SMALLWOOD, DARRENI A French Club - Vice-Presidentf T T ifffiii SMELKO, KAREN . , , 'S tTennisl. T andy, Scholar, NHS, Optimist Stu- dent Appreciation Award. Stude-niffTCouncIl, SOI-l, Soccer. Spanish Club, ArtClub I T A '-s, , SMITH, MAIRKY' ai I Swim Team I sMlTH,TMATTI+IEw, Spanish Club f ' REYIES. JORGE S CHRIS: T S , Yellow Jacket - Co4Editolf, 'i'- ll Dare-You, Award. Ann Brannon fEnglishJ, Anni-'Bran'n0n' A SMITH, STEPHANIEQQIS Vp., ,V VSQH, French Club. Art'Club,'Mascotg.SSC T1 SNYOER IIILL-it T f S T it if iQFl"Ilal'lVClub7 I I I I -iiii - I LSOSATQTELSA A SCH. French Club. Soccerif TSOSAQ EUFLAUQV Hg, Soccer ' .VV ff, ,SPEf?iR5l GRADY :gf , I ,Baseball . SPTEBR- ATLYSQN ,iff , SOHV l I ROTC TT ,i1y2ViT Vg-Vgj V STEPHENS, KENNETH , tsocrrer gj V T STQVALL, ,KAN D15 SUCH-ff.VolleybaLlTl.slr ,g,gV A ,V STRODE,MARLCiW Pi" Soccer. Tennis. j.Irlclrr'r Ifollrnal Staff Q, SUTTON, FRANKIE - fi' I SSTT if 1,T1 T TcnnlsiSpanlsbi,Cl ub5fAVn Club QV TARRANTQJANA it iiii Tl DECAQ- - , THEOBALD, RUDY I :C-errl!2t11lCltxb, , , I , iiEHSAff1f3l ritn QV I ii I I FTCQCII' Club. Anlc1ub,TLalanl cub, g 'TTT'SGl+f,s1Altrusa'Award,Tandy Scholar,.YeIIow I ' .lackcii Stai'fffN is, T , ,I I T1T3 Rl5l515I5I?s,PETER.l,Tl, TTI-IORNTOTNQZ. BART' , Student Council- Parliamentarian. Y-NfG -'-President. -Whiz Quia. Jacket Journal Staff French Club, Latin Club - Viceslfresident, Academic Decathlon, Mock Trial Team, Soc- cer,TfDrama"Cl ubj 1 - V. TIINSLEY, MELISSA Vgjqq Jcckef -lQ!!flwlS1afE Ksvflubi Spanish IJ T,'T T MLINSQNGREGG , T f Ieziltgi ClubiTJazfJcctAJogrIfna1Staiff. Tennis,5Math .U ,V , , , , ,,V,!,i .WV , : , ,V DECA,, ,, ,, V, TRUJILLQTQTYOLANDA , FHA.VOE.H'ECE 3 T lTURPITN,gCAROL oEA,vOE, Rofrc.gEIAlA A T VASQUFZ, ANDRE TT ff I VASQUEZJAIMIE.. 1+ German Club, lndustrialArts'Club- QTL- T VEGPMATTRINIDAD V: Art Clubgbralna'Club,fPerformingArts 141 AYINSQNJWM , TSSI I as T TWALKESR,n'ERRY , Basketball , T - In SSSTI 1 NVARID, DONALD A T Band. DEcA,STFn0lulIllTSMafi I WABQD, SCOTT, Band.'SwlmTeam-Tw agcr. Stage Band ELTWATSOMJEFF , I Industrial Arts Clubl DEQA WEBSTER, EMILY I A J .VL Cheerleladcrgi French Club., Soccer WENTZQIANET 'S' ' PEWFHTA-DELTA I T I WI-IITE,LADONNA Dianna Club. qerrnan Club. DIQCA, An Club WILLIAMSQDAWN SIST 'E T leal SpanVishfClL1b. Key Club, Track. DECA. Stu- denTtCounTcll. Basketball, Volleyballry V , V WILLIAMS JOHN Tr Choir.DranIaClub,FI'ench Club W m - WILLIAMSAMEREDITH l TLSS iST'Ti T Varsity Cheerleader.,-TrackT, 'Student Council, FrenchClub.TS0l-l 'iiI- MONICA ?4flC'lvl?i AWILLIAMSMISTY 1 ' 'VO ET P reside nt and -'Parliame ntarian TWILIQIAMS. PAMELA THECETQI g ,VTI iff is wlLsON,VDAwN I , HECET 511 A at wlLsoN,IOHN Track, Tennis, Latin Club, Science Club WILSON, MATTHEW , SPall?ShACl,?fl?:Lf1F5,f1Club I T wITCHER,JILLl K I FreshmaniVQClass President, Tennis, Yellow' .lacirelStaft1' French C President VT I l,,V I COURTNEY I I I A' I I' T TTT Soccer. SGH. Spanish Club. Theater Arts , WOOOQWESNDY' I I Golf, French Club, SSQVSOH WOOOS, JONATIIONTT fi WOOTEN,TCI-IERISH . , FrenchVClub. SOH, Aft Club I T f WRIGHITISKARLYN, . , I NHS., Math Club, Science Club, Ann-'Brannon IEHEIISIEJV , ,, V IHOEWEGENSNATHAN F Football,VFifIenchCltIb, Sophomore Fayorite ,VV- FRANK ,E S Football. BaseballgTiChoru,s V - V ,Vg Q ' h VARNELL, SU ZANNE 'E I ff Track, Jacket Jallrnalslsiaff, Latin Club, Key Club, Senior Howdy Queen. TSeniorgFavorite WRIGHT SWENDY FHA, HECE:OEA -Secretary I . Ti I ZUBER, DONNA Tlii I VOESN , Senior Activities! 57 m 411. ' 11.1. ,W I K ' I . J1mior hrough First Term Theme uniors 1 'X Dcarxmlsi H . exprofifgegfgu modes of +rdnS- Porfafiofi -Mme 'fu'hlI'c. 9- bfledr wi+ln U5 llex+ year!!! Seniors '81 wan, We're 3 ,. re Kevin . ,' jew, I x JuniorOfficers Pres1der1t Chrlstme R1ddel Secretary Mlke Needham o 1 0 0 K 0 Junior Favorites Greg Klmmel FINALISTS L C T1mms Dranna Wells Alexrs Wllson Danny etrxe e el r V1 r r e e J F 161 First Powder Puff Game Challenges Class of '87 Mark Abdo . , 1 A . , gwff A A 1 David Adkins it 4,55 3 1, " 1 3353 - Latonya Alexander J, 'W' ' .a f 5 t EdWafdAlv21fC2 B J. li . Q J Anthony Angle gf' 5 , if X Jill Armstrong wt flifff, U mmf' w ' - fi it Eric Arnette V Ci Y Dennis Askins ' ' ' pf.. .. W 1 P 4 ,f u 3 f I- 9 ' '.fb Q 'W Qi, .f Kara Baldwin r J A W W 5 K what-2 J, N . 'x-- I I xg Q My r . K t W 5 K K K - , M Evelyn Barnes 11 J B L Edd' B ll 'I . . . . '. . le amwe g a wk? Christin Lanier is amused at the creative writing techniques used in a friend,s paper. i t ' C Michelle Bartlett Qi ' yy Eric Basinger . p ' , Q Gif, 5 f t Frank Bassham W - 'S' 'f A 1' Q Sharon Batchelor , A fs, Michael Beckley K 5 , JF 5' ' "' Robert Belcher ' x A ' ' ,aux . i i N 7 MDX .xi ' 5 K- M . A f' fi X i X 1 I Ln alt X. N ff ll A-N., F, .W ,,,. .. JeffBell -Q J .dh ,, Rifle: 5 X QQ? K., . . W 2215 1 - ref Rae Ann Bellucci JA . X Junior Powder Puff cheerleaders Michelle, Chrissy, Juanita, Gregina, and Martina say, "Nothing beats a great pair oflegsf' 62 I Juniors 1 , f J ' Q -.WV " '-'.r"!E' xx. pifxgv, .F A -1 ,Mita mamma g otos 0 f if 1 fl ,s ""S The Junior Delinquents' game intensity is seen at a glance. ". s i , I Eff .WA 1 .J .,f4 -if R , ll At 7ge,L,f: 132 Future dentist, Blake DeMent, uses Danielle Desimone's mouth to practice pulling a tooth for his exam to get into dental school. Scott Bentley Melissa Bettis Sarah Bibb Kevin Blair Christina Blanchard Deryck Bogart Pat Bogart Christy Boles Marty Bowen Sherri Bowers Paul Bowlin Juniors! 63 Murray Bradford Pam Branham Brad Braymen Billy Brightwell Clint Brookover Sheila Brookms Jimmy Brow Peter Brown Matt Browning Joyce Bundschu Joanna Burdette Terryll Burton George Bynum Teresa Byrd Gib Cable Chris Cam Penny Campbell Calvert Cannon Gladys Carter Tim Carter Bryan Catterton Cathleen Chambers Tera Charnc L Felicia Chapman Pandora Chapman John Chazarreta Jamie Butler ho 64 1 Juniors ti 4, 1 J fi 'ii ' F3 ae, J ' is J J it J rf at N ,, 5 ' J' . V Q ,N ' x, f ,ax -. ,Q V 9753 ' .f lf-l JT M .ba all 1 Q 4 , 'fi 2? , g ,W wi it D i n ,wi L' 'VAV I i 'i g 'N F ,V X? 'U i 1 ' cw fl A S- ' X 1 :Q V nba ,If , ,1.:.. 4 aa' E ...f t A .barn ' aw. .fs y W Q a sw -J-., P lf' , di 'lx - P 4, IEW i 1-f 'pl fin 2', P , ' E , J , 'if rf'-' Av V' H -L ,,:,. 5. V. 'QTL , M, vlbl n K- , I -fx, if Chris Davis expresses his newly ac- quired macho, upperclassman look. iw Vw gg. L , 4, f Qi 2 2 , W-J, -, 'lu-b 14 5:9- I Christine Riddel grimaces at Coach Dixon's renowned, anatomicaljoke. ,P px ' tp,-1 F' 5 4, fi its ,gk gt Q, E 1 4' X 333 ' sf L up "Could you help me? I'm about to k I drop my books!" asks a smiling Julie Joe. Lisa Cisneros Ellison Clark Gina Clark Jackie Clemons Michael Clemons Cyrille Cochran Frankie Collum Tiffany Combs Jude Chevere ,.- A ' X. I lI'I . . .tn 7 Q x W . , .r- ' - K- "i' , , .. it K x it ix gt V 1 --:a fi? iiii'i YQ vt A i ii io D pq ' M233 Jerry Cooper Tiffany Cothran James Cotten Rosalind Craig Amy Creager David Crouch Michelle Culpepper Becky Curtis Courtney Daniel Chris Davis Dianna De La Cruz J unior's friendly spirit welcomes incoming freshmen to Heights during the festive Howdy Week Activities. its .,4, ,. Q 9, . 1. gy tt, var Q, t Q it 4 G Xt' Km " Neff 4 6 X X N ' " 1 'Qi 5, E tax Q' ,L v he 4 ' X XP I was Q sf fe ra t Nw ma Juniors!65 Blake DeMent Danielle Desimone Traci Dickenson Kelvin Dickson Nancy D1ehl Wayne Donahue , x R f E. vw 3 Classes Bring About Difficulties for Some Juniors Kelley Donaldson Crellm Douglass Robert Downey Brad Duffy Jim Dulaney Judd Emerson Sharon Erlenbusch ,.fT1C,S.ESILiS April Eubanks Barbara Falcon Barbie Fannin Doug Fanning Steve Finley ggynthia F1tzpatr1ck Chris Flemmons Eatnmauqrqs Tony Foley Ned Foster Patr1ck Foster Alberto Gamboa Melissa Gamez J X ,, . ., N N w ,, A 4 ' .if J 1'x?,,a Katia M ,., , 22 nfs at , if 22' xsxqh J I J t ."i'i.. if ,ff John Sloan is caught off guard by Marlon Mote's startling response rev 66 X Juniors 6' c Edward Lawrence questions, "You want me to go to the office?" me! Greg Gant Alicia Garcia Mauricio Garcia Sharla Gardner Robin Garrison Roger Gates Michael Geer Curt Geldard Melissa Gifford Curt Gilfillan Bart Gilley David Glen Ilonaailmild Judd Graham Clay Grant Candice Green John Haenes Dessel Hair Sheree Timms says, "Just try to take my teddy away from Chris Hailey Chris Hall Lisa Hall Sandy Hamon Mark Hansard Sloane Hansen Rolanda Hardwell Charles Harris Dennis Harris Curtis Harrison Hope HHTVISOU Joseph Harwell Deanna Hatcher Keith Hawkins '35- 5 Hun. 'I RMK SVU 'W He s mine argue LISH Thigpen and Samantha S Medlock as they bid for David Urquharts attention. I I ..,. 3 Tammy Henderson , M 1 ? 7 ' 'ig Q, if Y Roby Henry Jeff Herr Anthony High ... ,- cu t n N a t il F l' 9ftv X stan t tt, "Come on, I'l1 teach you this new dance. It's called 'The Spaz'," explains Jim Publicover to his date. 68!Juni0rs ra T El 1- x. rflltflf X 4 iw- . za Kelvin Dickson discovers another intriguing way to cheat. Q , ' . nl ' as Q Y X L, , C f J' . 'AI ,L, .. QL.. J J M si l C"'W'Z??W 'Q it fi A ' ...- f 97.2, f - ii' 537 35 , t y' 'YK 1--'LGIN Becky Curtis sighs because Scott Schroeder's attention is on the game. 3 as J if? eh go if . M g V ' bl uff: "Don't be such a ham," says Christina Blanchard to Chris Smith as he sings "Louie, Louie." Courtney Hill Phillip Hill Dan Hiser Holly Hodges Sandra Holleman Ed Holt Jed Horn Alice Hsu Brandon Hughes Scott Hughes Allison Hunt Michael Hutton Robert Hunter Brian Irwin Mechelle Isaacks Juliet Isbell Amy Jack Courtney Jakimier Juniors X 69 70!Juniors Yvette Jenkins Julie Joe Calvin Johnson Janice Johnson Michael Johnson Bonita Jones Jack Jones Jason Jones Joseph Jones Mark Jones Sabra Jordan Wendy Jordan Kitty J unke Geoff Kaman J arratt Keen Scott Kendall Gregliimmel Christy King 4613 'U H Q 4 CD T . X V V, Q4 K M A C N.. st 9 ,X l 4 i 'Kei' 4 5 ff Jw . h , ' M' "YQ ' , nf, 'V it X fi' O f -,fi Q xvxx D it i V,Q' Dt l , .1,,.,V!V P xr 1 xv 1' etft, gg N V A O , Vi? Q -sv ' 'h'7 P s,,,.,vr A Q-+L PS : O 4 f CD if J 55 5 , J Q J , T CD ill U3 In 4 ,E t."6'l E .Q S 1 f -'54 Q- f ef' N ns J Am I a stud or am I a stud? ques- i .A Ns .L - Q i tionsasmug MikeNeedham. if s r .1 , 'ws A ' . 'vw 11:19- Craig Love makes Cindy Sepp late for class as he tells her about his shoulder injury. .I Q f 1 x - J 1 , -'vii-6 ,A 3' ! wr' M ,.' 'Y V L f xi FL lui. xl Va' 425' 5 J ,. -1 l a! 5 sum R "' pw 1 . DD 73 ll "Oh my gosh, I thought that assignment was due next Monday," says a surprised Clint Brookhaven. I hgh A? 2, 4, fi K rx Q i , Y W' " .Vi ' .4 xdxjs LQ Ykrijja Tl , 53 'IN 3:52-fi erm Cynthia Kirkpatrick Leslie Knell Theresa Kotter Jennifer Kulas Karsten Lampka Christm Lanier Edward Lawrence Juan Lazcano Jeff Leach Rico Leg Rebecca Lechner Edmond Lee Raymond Lidell Pike Lilley Robert Linderman Jane Lindsay Mark Little Tory Livesay Michael Loney Joel Long E.na1g.L9xQ John Lundberg Paul Lyons Keller Mackie J enmfer MacMurray Rosa Maldonado S .f Vlvtv J if L 1 -'ff' tg: L . ,. my M . f f Juniors I 71 W WW Susan Malone Heidi Mann Ina Marshall Tonya Martin Sylvia Martinez Tammy McCrary I ' 5 4 lv S a t A W, 'sw 5 -fbi ,V 9 siiaiii A 5. ' V X Kelli McGrath i ' 5 3 J ffl 1 Michelle McKinney fs? Robbie McLain Samantha Medlock Z' 5 Nm "I know my lunch hasnat been in there more than three weeks," says 1? Tammy Henderson to a disgusted Ina Marshall and Michelle Culpepper. ,ff ' -1 'NK , , ,I x tx If A ,- "I don't feel like smiling tonight," thinks Melanie Walker, "To achieve the true GQ look, a turned up collar and layers while James Estes has no problem smiling. ofclothing are a must," says expen Judd Graham. 72 I Juniors .-1 ,.,,f" ' ,. jfs' Paul Scott looks disgusted as he works hard in class. :xiii Y , , Gi at .. if 'wiv L . 'sc' ,W A few 7 SF, J Q . .ff iq' K 5 f 5 4 ef , ,527 Y? x lera Chamchg1, Paul Noriega, and Paul Paulsen try to overcome their jealousy of the Seniors. e f 5275. 'fe 4i . 1 v S Toby Meith Jesus Mendoza Sean Mendoza Matt Metzgar Scott Meyer Eddie Meza Cathleen Miller Gwenda Miller gthy Montez Denise Moore Tony Moreno Sharon Morgese Tom Murray Archie Muse Irene Nabors Malmda Nabors Michelle Nance J ennifer Napora John Naylor Mike Needham Kristen Mills C . Juniors! 73 Juniors Return to Their Third Year on the Hill Scott Newton Amy Noblett Steve Nolet Paul Noriega Jimmie Norris John Oge Joanna Otte Stephanie Padron Gretchen Pastorek Tom Patillo Ami Patten Clark Peebles Holly Pence Steve Pendley Doug Peters Gayle Petite Danny Petrie Patti Phillips Lisa Poole Stacy Pope Beverly Porter Flint Prewitt J 1m Publlcover R Rudy Pulido Erin Quin Craig Ramsey Jim Ratliff Amos Ray Todd Reardon David Reyes Edward Reyes Adriane Rhodes 74 I Juniors gf 4 is li ' if WI' .4 '5' Doug Fanning and Christine Zachry discuss the day's " 1 y b , 5 happenings as they return from lunch. Nfl ' , J ax ff 'J L ii. '- as s 11 PQ 2 y t wx? A ,. . i 1 4 ia tl fix an , Z 9 1 'Z Jr Q , 1,. 1 ' 3. sg, ,i,, ,V ',,,. Q A, W V ,ia I 1 1 rf , J M5-if 4 1. -x Q -f ,fa J., vt- kky X K gd ,' 5 U . Ax M ' . -f-vxf ith Nr? W ig" bb yy!! an ,N It 51,5-,.-i A all Xml "gl , A 6 3, Q-fy ,, f I fi' x , 6. , ,Q-,, 5 :JI ' J' Vx- .. ' i I A is PW I .F .,. J 4 0 ix tm 5 4+ , l Q 5 ' I .9- 4 J if: fn . 5 ,ff . T21 S' .v"3f" 7. I X 5 1 X 7?-, H. B11 siizifi vi' 1- R xi' 54 3' 'V 5 .ri 1 YJ' ALP . n 1-,Rawls ar Xt V 5 1 5,:lg .fZi1 Ri? 45? ' ' y 'H sex Ii , ,mw-if . 2- I "This isn't as fun as it looks,', says Allison Hunt. 5 , if R fa ,,j: . ,. I r:,,:.- . ww ia A if 5 0 'i Tb xy fi? wx it 3' 'K rw s. raw , 4 1? " 5 ,X lx A "And he was this big, but I wasn't even scared," A C i says Neil Stone to his unattentive class. Nancy Richards Johnny Richardson Cynthia Richman Christine Riddel Patrick Roberson Cedric Roberts Tony Robertson Allan Robinson Tony Robinson Latricla Rodgers Dennis Rodriguez Tracy Rogers Danny Ross Michael Riddle Juniors X 75 Nikola Rouse Stacy Rowman Mark Sanders Toby Savitz Kelly Schmits Scott Schroeder .Torts Schuller Paul Scott Ben Sellers Tony Shadix Shannon Shaffer Michelle Shockley .731 I D' iff: fha I.. v 'N 'fi ,K Na, as 19 'fail' 1 , . ,ff-H" 'v K. me K I Tx' f ,A . T 1 Kelli McGrath expresses her disgust in a grade she received. . 1 at A . V . W x I 9' 4 V V, gs l 1- . x N 'I : xt Q 5 i 5 W if I I y S , . 5 1 I W' ' Y A .il 1,k A- ' N . Q Ai X 76 1 Juniors "Ohhh, it was a tough night, better catch up on zzz . . says a tired Tony Gould. 5 l A John Sloan Chris Smith Cindy Smith Kevin Smith Michael Smith Whitni Snell Bonnie Spencer Patricia Sterling fr, Julian Stevens , .. s r 44 'V W an ' ,VTJ1 X J X ,Bl an ww mm af WWW tm' "' Mark Stevens Ivan Stober Clinton Stone 3315 rms.. K 1 ' -55.5551 891833 5395535 'iv '- mgmkgvggtiil 1, sw- - , v-,. 4 .Q , l sat, , l W' ', lgighard Qraney and ' attention is captured by a passing freshman girl although ' is not interested. 1 ' Neil Stone C 4 W -' 'Q Q Lisa Suarez . V Bryan Summers gf L , ' Anthony Taylor ' ' - , I Donovan Taylor f if , Q' i ic.' ' . Lisa Thigpen s ff . . ,QF g ' li . ' , Q ','i J Lawanda Thomas ' J A Y 'lk L ' Charlotte Thompson A Ng? Sherril Thompson W wx. M x I Oliver Thomsen , gig? N f L. C. Timms fA F QIXXM VFW 'J 4 1 V Q "' M' X Sheree Timms if S' V J Toby Triptow gg: Lisa Trujillo Q N Davy Tucker A L " ""' 'il"1 Yolanda Tyson Belinda Valadez QI 5 EA Juniors I 77 First Term Theme Tests J uniors, Writing Ability Lisa Valdez Melissa Vandever Roddy Vanya Hugo Vargas Jason Varner Conseula-Maria Vasquez Laurie Wagnon Melanie Walker Robert Walsingham Billy Waltrip Rodney Webster Dianna Wells Bryan West Steve Westerheide Cathy White Susan White Travis Williams Todd Williamson Marcia Willis Maurice Willis Cherie Williams 78 1 Juniors U1 E 4 'Vrxf 'Q Eg! 9 W f .3 , - W , A lone Junior girl contemplates the Powder Puff W -AA' M ' game. if Q? n L y A . I i fav' . X 2 ' the X it 1 K A yiyyis ff X ,.if 1 x I J get de i U I "Yes, I'm a ROTC officer," says proud Anthony Roberts. A1 . V A ir' ly 5 , A f, "Q, - "How do you expect me to do a good job on your hair if you won't be still!" says Hollie Hodges to John Naylor. if . A 59 W 13' 'e if 'mi li 4 'ff F v ylh if Tom Murray explores the maximum carbon dioxide capacity of a bubble in the cafeteria at lunchtime. lb' . Z fe 0 F14 ft : N14 ij - Susanne Willis Alexis Wilson Jennifer Witherspoon Malinda Wolfe Aimee Womble Whitney Woodward Dena Wray Calvin Wright Connie Wright Robin Wright Clint Young ynel Zasko Susan Zimmer Dustyn Zimmerman Eric Zimmerman Christine Zachry Ja . da Juniors! 79 if- D -P . it ., , N,,. ,. m., 5. n M, am... E f Etfiiivf 13221 ' - ' .wwlawwwfmnzw .. .,... ,., ww-A .M ff-- . fr ff W my-...Sg.,w1:,,4.'-'.f..,.f' M4-14ig,2f.f...5.,..,-Q., . f , if 'u,,a" w5i5,, df QQL1,5"E1E35 ' , ,, N. , sy.,-in ' W 'fisayzaamrge1e.,..w.fzs1y ,.. gf., , 'v:'1ivu:fp.vL-law: Ms , .. ,. . .,?' A .52 2 i ...f.f,.Q..,.- W... in .J ,. .,w,....,w., .,,,- f ,, -ff, ,- iiiiii 1 xzlilffifig .W,k,,L , ,,:,f .A ' N1 'L mf, zmmr. Zia 2Q?3UQifi ' ., .fu f . if x fwf...,..Q..,, nxrafifip W , lVLn11,.L K X,mz, -L 1 L' .. 5 f',i ... sf! x - ramwgsiw izsirf Qt .. P ' "'-G f :v':2i9v2:'ili5b:J1. 3'iD.1ET:'Q5.1ES . W L fig- 1 - f:f1L.1,:zK.'2iiQ2g' J 1 I ' 3 . ,, i Sw "" Q ' K f ..,,,, . ...,.,..,,.sf ,sg-.........,w wg, 9.22: w3:eg,w2ip.i..Q,f.1i 1,,. x 1 2 . .. ,W,. f .,,1b WIK: cl ,ggi ,, Q 9 .13 3 x 1 fia-figs: . 'if W 11:1-N1 1' 11' .w:.::cv.: wen, Q11ew1wg:1'ifvAsa. . . X - .Q:, ':,:w: fwi 1 fzib , f-Q 1 4 Q y:..1..1g1. ,, :W- gfzgw- ..',-4,..s-wx.: f 11.2. ,.,, . 9 . , .... 1 emgfzrfs-.f,z'.!f.-:ly 4,55 ,y1zegz1L.l55., ,L M, . QM Msg...,W,fff.wTMn -.. .m..Q,,w..g. .xW,.,, .1 ,-.-.gy H. ,Q sg Qllaq W, K W 31, Q W '12l.:.:Q.31r,11 ' , , -f.f 1, ,-'V .V 1. W.. ,V L. 1 ' "" , W , -1 fzri 1,:. M W,1l, . 211522 Q a.2 , .mi in 3' . 'L ., . I 1 ., if E., i , .Q f 1 .. a? 'i , . , f X X I 1 s , , 2 Q., HQ f gp: N2 L l Eg R, K2 km ,,- .I ,J K E '1 if W Q Z Y Q 5 . . L X E A 4 I 1 if if' 8 th There 's C Best No Debate xx Sph Qs ,Q ,W pw 11. ,fn mx on Sophomore fflcers ,x ,. N. .- w A ' oo l'o LL oLL L1 o L o ' 5' iv , , Lgzil-LL,'eiQ12ii' L , ru 'Y Hi 5' wow f 533 1. QL :vial ,Bri A 5-or A W-an U, ft- .Q 'fm H X 'X M ff L ia T L 2 l i ' ? Q L E L ' s E - aj 2 L ' - E '59 io . L io I - 2 I 'JL' 1 4 L 73 Q 31 1 L L Lg , LLLLLH- . li I 1244 . ,L,L,L., ,im WM , .M , L ,,,L , L,,,,L,,,,L.,,LL , ,,L,L,,,l,,, , ,LLLL 5 ,L,LL ,LL,h1zL.. x w vo , lfizsismfizszswk - Sophomore Favorites ff . , 'tv fam-Q FAVORITES Le1gh Ann Pyeatt James Smnth FINALISTS Davld Young Raney Rlchards Tlffany urk Andy Contreras 5 r S F 183 The Class of '88 Shows Their Spirit at Heights Ben Adams Bert Adams Renea Adams Thomas Adams Lori Aldridge April Anderson Gregg Anderson nce Anders Charlie Andrews Steve Andrews Arturo Arenas Vanessa Arnie Michael Ashwort Ryan Austin Melissa Ayala Jerry Bailey Leonardo Bailey Chris Baltazar Michelle Banks Patrice Barber Phil Barber h La on Annette Bailey 84 I Sophomores , V g 5 Q S p -in i. , tx f V ' I c, A 'bfi Wig ' All ij' 'SCT A54--. " K -X K 4 Z 1' 1 i f ' 'N ' . 'NP , L A az' y I tm 1 P 1' . i V, t Q 3 M, ., v- am W -Xgkhxi. .Q V' .ft 0. ,X 4 fran is J Q11 H. 'itat-.E X "Oh no! We forgot our themes are due today!" g, qu, 1 exclaim a frantic Chris Lewis and Hunter ' Smith. 'Q' V fir. f , W, jx l l A . i iz f"'l "7 1, Wi- , l N L Q li--i - , i W at 4 "2 Cf +,Q3NJE.V,,,' 71. fi, ii ii ,. .- 3 A. . r Q' 1 ik gs 154 "Man, that was personal foul. Why d1dn't the XX 1 fe f referee call it?" exclaims a startled Curt Tweed. x Xi" f' lf .ff Y 4' 5, X -avi Eureka Patterson shows friends the new fashions. E xt Q Q "l ' r 'Y 1' m -1: 31, ,. f it v' , 'ill' L45 I ff 'lu-A A- is grwge 4' ,hz J ff? 3 5 .Q -X ' gllrff 'ls-1' "Is that Halley's Comet?" wonders James VV' ' Rainbolt. Chris Barham Dana Barker Jean Barnett Kim Barney Michelle Bartlett Paul Barton Beth Basile Heagan Bayles Michael Beech Tom Behmort Angie Bell Chris Bell g Iuesdf-.e,Bi,ce' ham Karl Black Sean Blaydes Johnny Blocker S . Co Sophomores I 85 Ashley Boggs Tracy Boles Rhonda Booth She1la Booth Jeff Bond Stephany Bowsher W1ll Brackett Heather Bradley Emxly Brants Tony Brants L1sa Brook1ns Margaret Brooks J eannle Brow Mary Brown Randall Brown B111 Bronson B111 Burchard T1ffany Burk IQ ten Burnam Jeffrey Burns Kasandra Burton Derlck Busby I hope Greg doesn t get hun' says a worrled Raney Rrchards to a concerned Cralg Rodgers W! I ,ja W I .Q , fam - 86 ! Sophomores "Go ahead, make my day!,' quotes Brett Wilkinson. C Ek' K Y ii its 'a 5391 K . . Reggie Ferguson finds the assignment given to him amusing. 'wr' J ggng, 4 .A . i, ,Y 1 4' F Ni tg' ml 'f' 99,5 4 2, C 1 y Tanya Nombrana shares her confidential secret with Laura Dearen. I ' ' 'f 14? fy i U sis Beau Bush Ida Butler Brian Byrd Calveabre Campos Mike Capraro Jason Carter Jason Carter Pam Carter Jeffrey Casperaites Perry Cates Jose Cedillo Kimberly Clark Winston Clark Karla Cleveland Joseph Collier Tuqawna Collins Andrew Contreras . Janice Cooks John Cook Sophomores! 87 Sophomores Spend Second Year in the Cafeteria ,, M, L , Joseph Cooper ,A x 'E L ' A J Bridgette Council f Q. l , .gf James Cox wg A J ig 43: y Dana Craney J' X gv - ir,-, . 5' Brad Craver ,C lg N m, A W f t V "' . M i James Crawford "f ,.. J ,AFV A. .ff Q LY A Q Q fa 2 ,JU iii IT, , 4 X13 -f Sheila Crawford G -' H-373 Yolanda Cree et.. L eve , - ,fy ei 2 53"Vf5J- 5 'v V' ," T ix ' i f " AQ V ' Joe Crow Q3 1 ' l J Tom Cullor ve- 'fy ' if X 1 x "Do you think anyone saw me fall?" says 4 , 1 ' X is ' Elizabeth Dixon at the Howdy Week roller- Fa. 1 Q . K , tri- V skating party. i 1 -a 2' a r Patricia Culps " 'Ai . J Mark Dalton G . J - V I Lee Daniels was S ,' J 7' ,, 1 g.x ' Damon Darnall .. , - 'f M f A f ei '- Valree Darnell X x W , c Q M 4 A, SherryiDasyv-a,ni A ix, M ,iw gigi .J W L ' ,g . Franklin Davis 'T 5 N I l RatrickiDavis it 'J Q ' g - ,! 1 I teyt M . 1' r' if q J af it Q . WL. X '- f XX MT ,, , M 'Wg' zrzi Y.. ie H - h t Q Vx, S4 : .fl - ' l ' QQ A"4l"'Lf-LE J I me 5 Q 7? ' J " if Q Laura Dearen f f " Mn , ' . ' G ,K V Aa , A, s M 1 "Five minutes to the bell!" says Dionne . ,, ia i Gaither' V' ai-1 1 e, fx I if A v-.71 Davina Dennis e , , S ,Q ii Alex Denny ' f x J . " A Jl" Jia, Lisa Dial . ' 'Y " 'f' 4: " I ' ' Amelie Diaz 9 J ' l if Michelle Dickinson J A Q f David Dix A 1-it A V ' ' Qu em i' lg J is 1 ' J . M y Qi 88 1 Sophomores '1 0, l 'f A K V XM , , .VV V I jg., Cf f' t jg , 1- 1. V tk as -2., X, x, . I Y te 2 'IJ K if , Md if i S ffl i' n fi "This can't be too important, it doesn't mention T were is - "5 baseball oncelw decides Michael Williams. Q le ' Q ' ii"i 'T . e tt l to Q " "'i 4 'ii if E4 t v ,T E W X l l . XX M li David King photographer is caught offguard by a l llfilil t 1 l v l Tonya Dobbins Stephen Douglas Donald DaBerge Kelly Dwyer Steven Eldridge Robert England lan Evans Suzanne F ales Sabrina Fantroy Reggie Ferguson Stephanie Ferrell L. . Scott Fitzgerald Bill Flinn Tony Flores Tasha F ractious Lance Franczyk Karen Furniss Gia Gailey Christine Galiga James Galusha Peggy Gardner Trameda Garvin Arthur Garcia Ernest Garcia Elizabeth Dixon Sophomores! 89 Sharon Garvin Andrea Geesbreght .1 1ce G Dina Golding Joanna Goldthwalte Victor Gonzalez Corey Goolsby Andy Gordon Mark Green Stephanie Green Laura Greif Sherrie Grems Angel Griffay Lori Groze Glenda Gruver Yasmin Guevara Christi Guinn Rodney Guy Felicia Hagan Betina Hall Sammy Hall 90 X Sophomores sara 'SL Xa fx wi' 15' i tann- btuuq "' """ """" !"'1. The devoted Class of 88 shows their spirit during Deck the Halls. - f a 'MWWQ "Why, today of all days, did I forget my crutches?,' exclaims Jack Wilson. "Who said that?" questions a laughing Jennifer Sellers. , s I r 1 it X. . as we f .J ia N bit . - N .--s I .,i.,gp 5+ if . C 1: 1 if 'T' ,,W, S A xwtx l. X Y I 4 V it 1 I 1 WA 1 ew. ' , KKLFL In it I 'Q . " Q 115 Q, ' i L X f K mi 1 Audra Hamilton Jamie Hammond B1w1cQaLdmCk LGIILIQL Cassie Harris Ange Haski Wendy Hen J on Herd Holly Herndon Melissa Heshion Tripp Hight Suzanna H111 Chris Holder Kimberly Honn my Hglgslg Willie Howard Andrew Hutchinson Jon Hyre . H . er .lia 'ns Crystal Henderson YY A n Sophomores! 91 Sophomores Tackle Proofs in Geometry Classes . va 3 Chris Hunter A fi Q, Blair Jackson Tony Jackson H ' - tr, A if ' .E wif' V ' A as A Albert Jacobs 'Q Michael Joe X 1 , 1 1, . rf :1 Kirk Johnsfll 'f if ,641 U Tracy Johnson ,A t-7 - if David Urquhart shows the awesome spirit that has been a tradition at Arlington Heights for fifty years. s,,.r , K ,W,. , E. Johnn Joys ' 't'V ap? Theresa ones 51,2 G y 4 .Q 'I , f Tom Jones f 'v 'gl 7 J. LQ' if 1, is Christina Juarez ge Q g Charlie Junke . V "JL we , ' 'f f' Marilyn Keeter C- 1, i ' "A A Bib Sloan Kehoe 'ii Todd Kelly ' Chris Kepler s Allison Kucera , David King V ' , Iris King I P J ,Yi h A J 1 J f "lil . Lauri King -t by J Christine Kithas A f, G"fr', 5, s- " if if Chris Krull 1 ,ja ,4 'P f +172 ,-3 R Cindi Ladd E ff' 5 J If W 4 Pam Laerance A J ' MQ i, J -it f X gi W3 i , ' "'l"k ,wdffla Q ll ffl' V is ii'1.l.l.U 1 A 92 ! Sophomores ....-f,-"2 an V7 as mg Q3-. . .ni ., as . ,Nz x fc, -. 6' .,- f rl 1 ' A ,- m ' ' X ,., kxafelzi' ' -'-. ' ,iz V il xi FH L 4 Y 5 X a " 'X L -Q Q 59' 2 L, K 'X 1 Nk.. Q' t xzzxgg ,, 5 X ---,".5'l::sU.:s X K- I 3 M M , ni... ,fs 5 . ! l xxx X, 'iii A . y' fy' hc, ' Q .. v ,s Q ' W' Jason Sherburn can't believe people drink "new" Coke! Robert Lampkm Jennlfer Lane Lauren Larson Becky Lawrence Alejandro Lazcano Robert Lehmann KFISIIHC Lelghlon Chr1s Lewls Chr1s Lewls Tammy LCWIS Marcle Ley Jeff Lreske Chrlsty L1les Sherry Llnthlcum Jennlfer Llttle Joseph Lopez Marlo Lopez MOHICH Loredo Dawn Love Burk Lowe Bryan Lundberg Anthony Lynn Hllda MaC1aS Karl Mackey Amna Mallk Sophomores! 93 Latricia Martin Carlos Martinez Steve Martinez Lorri Matkin Eric May Michelle McBride Jennifer McCallum Bobby McCarthy Scott McCarthy Marvin McCo1lough Michael McCra1y Rose McCuin Travis McElroy Meredith McKinney Shawna McWilliams Tracy Mealer Joe Medina Laurie Meek Bruce Melton Catherine Mendoza Renee Mendoza Rachel Meyer Armando Mier Noe Mier Ronny Miller David Montoya Erma Moody 941 Sophomores ga qt mb R 'l in-P' c yi 18' his ff if Q I . 'H xkggiv A XX 'F 4 V! . N X X 'F if af so il Q i Z Qt-,. 1 S 55 s L im. 6 . .ta Hey she's pretty cute!" thinks a relaxed Blair Jackson. Vis-rl gil 4' 'QL-QY 3, 'Q Y ' 7 'sf' taxi? ,V X J A fl ff a W e tgifeft .1 FZ xox. Q D Mattie Webster says, ' know I'm not in Holleman. -fm W- . f as-' :im l 108. 4 fs W QL gh . 'I don't know about you, but I -- troublef' to senior Sandra jf 7:1 ' . , 1-TW E 'wg v K! 3 1 4 nxt! "Adam Ant was super in concert!" says Lmnica. Griffin. Robert Moore Gllbert Moreno Juhann Morgan kcresa Morr Dav1d Mote J ennlfer Mulcahy Joe Mulholland Arthur Murphy M1ke Murray Rosalyn Murray Ph1l1p Murrm Tosh1e Myracle W1ll1e Nealy Walter Nellen Kathy Nelson D3V1d Nettles Jason Nemttz Natal1e Newbern Chad Newman Br1an Ntckelson Tanya Nombrana Sophomores! 95 World History and Biology F ascinate Sophomores Lee Norman Michael Norton George Oliver Scott Oram Janie Orozco Billie Osman Brian Owen John Palmer George Papaliodis Laurie Parker Jennifer Parry David Oehl A' 9 1 ' SK Y M -' ""-41-r-,, MW. 4 . 4. Y fiie an ,, 'R ,mfg J ,EE , 55. Z .-6 1 LA n -in" f Q Ig, 'tgflra BYU O Z .1 'Q' ,115 0 Sophomores Andy Contreras, Joe Mulholland, and Chad Newman are stunned by an awesome Heights girl. Katherine Passon Eureka Patterson e Denison Pearson Amy Peebles Cindy Perez Marla Perez Steven Pfrimmer Audrey Peterson Anthony Phillips Stephen Phillips Ann Pickens 96 l Sophomores , 'ual 122 It 2 at K fa M I tt N tl fi z tw 1. 'Qtr-3:f Q w - if 'sf n 'U' . is , , '1 1.x , M 1 my t 1, l I We 4-t tv X I fxg A J I V5 WW Dianna Pierce M Chris Poer Vernon Porter Steven Powell Tyrone Poynter Yvonne Primus Tonia Prohaski Roy Puente Leigh Ann Pyeatt James Ralnbolt Carmen Ramirez Jason Ray Stephanie Redford Naomi Rendon John Renfro Melissa Pulido Sophomores! 97 Sophs Experience New World in Chemistry Lab S.CI.g1.0.R.C-XSS. Amy Reynolds Donald Reynolds Raney Rrchards Dan Rrcker Sally R1lev S11V13 Rlos Paul RIIIIIISI' D J Robmson Patrlck Robertson Tlm Robmson xi2.y.BQkmu1 Mlchael Rodgers Tom Rodgers Jesse Rodr1guez J enmfer Roels Chad Roper James Ru1z Robert Sager N1cho1as Sagona John Salley Rol Sanders Lame Sanderson John Sands 98 I Sophomores Q' xii 4 it vii 915: x LIIYT 'iii' l a in ,. E 'U Ui il f 1 Mm i'i1:-.-.--- J We 5? 45 'Q 5+ X . K -2 . Heather Bradley is enthralled by the timeless lines of Julius Caesar. 1X ist A , Y A 1 gf? ' ikl J -V A 7 ul N ? R 2, N, E iQ- X J Wiitliilfll Ben Saxon Sharla Schaefer Jen Schlotzhauer Mirjam Schuller Tracie Schultie Kathy Seay Shane Seel Jennifer Sellers Sabrina Shaw Catherine Sherbert Jason Sherburn 7'?!j?1'i .4 Melissa Pulido attempts to beat the cold by huddling with her freezing friends! 14- M: A , f I n , .ga ,gig K ,' ??i'5' A JA.. - af Q 3 4 x '21 X ' f-, ' if J S J Q A .ye J QS ' x, ' y , 4 'X 7 z Missy Schilling Shea Shockley Mary Sholars Brian Shults Jeff Sills Jennifer Silman Karen Simpson Kristin Sims J ennell Small Britt Smith Hunter Smith James Smith Sophomores! 99 Jason Smith Michelle Smith Susan Smith I Sara Snyder Myrna Soria Tony Sosa Steve Sparks Paige Spears Scott Speairs Shannon Spears Kristina Steed Ivetta Stephens xliwwai Erik Stohlmann Christy Stratton Jason Stripling Bryan Sturgiss Dualne Styles A J Summers J errie Summers Kelly Sweet 5 5 With great anticipation sophomores Ashley Boggs and Jennlfer Silman await the announcement of this week s Splfll Cup Q: 73 49 'iii iq 100 !Sophomores I if S W? gmii 'i" A .r ug, we J it J. N fl iixiltliir JJ K 1 ' F if .gm ' 1 ., n. ,r J Egg 4' Y' Y ki ' at 4 I fi .' 15.152 T , V, ,1 I I, " v Different reactions are shown by a group of sophomores as the Yellow Jackets score a touchdown. Q- 5 ei . ' 3 . . H T, "" at ar 'egg sg. 1 5 no 'Tift f it 21. 33 X R 2 Xtra. A r y 1 i ' 3 Til. ., I may R? rr R 15 T 2 it X 1 All Trix! , ,Ng K , X .,. -at wt . x y .Lf : 7-it mf' "Af1" ' ' W f' ' Hifi A - f 1 l, TRS! is 2 or Cat yTa y Anna Taylor Dawn Taylor Glorla Taylor John Taylor Ken Teel Reglna Thomas Cathy Thompson ,acaclhomn-Son Lewle Throwar Krrsta T1ms pr1I I rdw Bryan T1dwell Lesley Traver Ryan Trott Curt Tweed Davrd Urquhart Ph1ll1p Valdez Davld Van Aken y Vandev Charles Vargas Robert Vega Heather Vowell I Q! l fu ' erm t k, M .,1'Rx 'EU YT ft X12 11 T 1 if' - T 4 st T n xi ig, lf' W A ' Q ell W is T . q Kell er i I Th1s 1S the l1fe! states Jeff Bell, surrounded by sophomore ladles. Sophomores! lOl Sophomores Return for a Second Year at Heights Chad Walker Chris Walker Samantha Walker Laura Walstrom Markus Washington Phillip Watson Mattie Webster Dac1a West Lorrame West Karl Western Stephen Whatley David White L1sa.SMh1te Kristin White Greg Wilson B if Wilkinson Elizabeth W1ll1ams Michael W1ll1ams Steven Williams Steven W1ll1ams Octavia Willis Lisa Whitling rner . . 102 X Sophomores 4 ,. .1 ,Sa 'fr,., 3 W A as X N 1 eu if Q' W ' R., W A l "' lr 1., 1 1. V, 1 X XXX- K1 ' Y W ., L , Easifix fz. J fag' 4. E :QT wg C7 - 1' fag? l S K .K X,:.:,,i f"g,3:ffff'i.'. ' 5 :X l 1 X, :fg'gvQimw,. ' - ' -. xs,f.,,z' . , V f f ,m f : - ,gif 5 'ew rt. .V M ,, K . jf? a s We r iff: -4' f i 1:5 ax t "You mean we have a test today?" asks a disgusted Tiffany Burk. 5 fL"E-ggi Q x . l t, f-: .Q :suv , . Y -, ,f .,' We a X" A group of anxious Sophs wait for someone to take them out to X 4:2235 lunch, I .' Ai , '. ' Y V 5 :xiii -' 'SX E - IA. -- s I v', J 5 'XA f N N J f- " 7 .xx s A 1- David Oehl and Doug Peters "hang out', at the dance. n oso,e Q 9 t ,Az in 2-IQ fd ,L 1 .E . ,KV 1, ,, I QE W o ,.. Fw 4 Q im 'J' . I 1-fs X 44" eg W1ls John W11son Rodney Wllson Angela W11son Mlchelle Wmgo KIISIIH W1lhCflIC Donald Wogomon Cmdy Wood Connle Wrlght Sandra Wr1ght hm Davld Young Roxanne Zepeda Chr1st1ne Zurawskx Soohomores! 103 D U U Q Freshmen Adjust to I-Ielghts With .L gp, -5,9 x li I . 9.4.-KM Vt i I - F fi :fl ,Q ,, fl 5 336 FQSH 1206 'sl 1. ' rg' 104 I Freshmen: V Q f L Yea! Seniors re the of Au i fm ae' ...M E , Q R if cm Hue Tu H CH Sf O MBIISIWD Ml O HE MIP YL-,LL OW JMOIGTS NAND F! Sl DPNI COUNLH 'VD OP 41 HONOR SOI HI Presldent O ff O O .f O yew O O 9 avi Ofiiceafg Freshman If vorites ci- 1 . . FAVORITES Troy Srmth Molly Blbb Dylan Marvm Karen Lmd Mehssa Magoffm Erlc Lohman l 1' 1 i H. 9 X x llll . F Q llla 1 n lninla - an l ' X107 Yvonne Adams Tyler Alberts Chris Allan Willie Allen Samantha Almonrode Yolanda Als1des Kristina Anderson Terrell Ard Brian Arnold Amanda Aylesworth David Aylesworth Latrice Bacom Brent Ballwig Joe Bama Bart Barber Jason Barton Byron Baylor Melinda Beans Kim Beasley Steve Beckley Brad Belton Trey Benson Amy Bentley Mike Berry Erika Bertram Molly Bibb Matt Biery x 1' I RK Heights upperclassmen welcome the class of '89 in a "big way." l if 4 ees g ,t it , Exciting GPS Experiments Enlighten Frosh Minds A it sst: t'ite y e . . 'E T i . V1 A A ,-. , his A A iiiix ii . . V 3:37 i rii B it 1 I . ka. . irrdvtt ttt 'Af l 5' Q fa rg! U ' r E , I f if f A t LX 1 ' 108 f Freshmen . 5 1 ' ,. is 1' D' x X ad . ' T J ,gut X - A R WE it x 5 It , ' 'felis " .. 'bW, ta. 1.162 'V t' L2 f Q , 1 i ,I , V ff , .., 3 Ni t -. . ,, if V - , L ' B I 1 ,i - . i i f it I K vi in .- Y Wx L' Evil X r C- , Ls, 'NX , x A my ' , , 1 ' nlllim' Shelley Smyth and Shelby Jack, although they look as if they are involved in the game, are really thinking about how they are going to get out of riding home with Mom and Dad. 'H ,Il ,V . - Q Awww 35 Y it ii, Kristi Blackmon Tony Blancarte Michael Bland Casey Borgers Drew Bostice Roland Botello Amy Boyer Requeal Brawner Brooke Braymen Ford Brittian Darren Brock Brent Brockermeyer Robert Brown Buck Burdette Gerry Burket Adrean Burley Jorge Bustos Terry Butler Gabriela Campos Donna Cannon Caprice Capri Alfred Caram Scott Carrell Jon Brumley Freshmen I 109 Jason Carter Brian Casper Ehud Castro Rogelio Cervera Christy Chartier Amy Chrane Keri Clement Brian Chfton K1m Cochran Robynn Combs Veronica Conner Wendy Cook Bertie Cooper Deanna Cooper Janie Cope Tracy Cordonn1er Rudolph Cortez I -., .lj X 67 If my head wasn t screwed on I d probably lose the other shoe tool -er Freshmen give creativity a try during Homecoming Week. 1 4 Liylq is V ' R - 'il'iC t , .. . V X N va, F1 it - -, Rn. at K v a t -Riu r. t . f 1 . xt mini , if fmvl x lf l "I promise, Mrs. Alles, it's only Country Time , t Qi ' ' I: ,J,""9' ,ilffi xl-A N l 'E- 1 4' 4: C r if L M M , I, rf 5 ip ,.l -x F claims a defensive Chris Gotcher. , ,lm .401 ' n .L V ff?-. 'E-E Lee Cotten Shannon Cotten Dennis Cronk Michelle Crowley Russell Cunha Carolyn Daniels Mlguela Darnall J errie Davis Kelsey Deavers Sergio De La Cruz Melonie DeLamar Delia Delgado Wendy Dike James Dodd Renae Donahue Bethany Dow Leslee Dunwoody Todd Eaton Erica Edmunds Brad Emerson Jack Fanning Christa Farquhar LaShawn Farris Terry Fedric Aaron Ferguson J ennifer Ferguson Kim Hemandez James Fish Dom Ford Grant Fortney Eric Freeman Lonnie Gaige Qggalgm . ,ss ex- , QR Bruce Doran Freshmen! lll Danny Gamez Phillip Gandy Stephen Gant Freddy Garcia Ned Garcia Chris Geldard Tracy Gibson Carlin Gilbert Jason Goff Jeffrey Goff Steve Guimarin Kara Goldman Melissa Goodin L-lily i i,,e G it T45 "Tom was going to meet me here to have lunch in the cafeteria today," worries Tracy Cordonnier. Karen Lind plans on majoring in Advanced Bubble Blowing at T .nv 'x! xv v , kr. Yi Wg, , rs n. W... . 5 , -ffv W Q av. 'Cf' Freshmen Indulge in the Fine Art of Chewing Gum M Wa f ,, T. f JL rg: Q .Y ii-'D renee arrison fi.- '-2- I' s 'A ,,,- ' v G ii 8 7 V 'U- B G lf' l, in aw ' I xv Q W f " til 'V we t T lat. ,-X X, ' 33, l S l w -E Xiu V 'ag 'mx A 55' .fr W ik X x i EE' Harvard. tw ,fa Newton. "Zim . W . b Q4 I . . if "l wwf- -' . K 1 W' , E- -f w x I K , M f f f l Q K y, 2 .. fi I "Did he say these are supposed to be amoebas or Na., "Maybe if I keep my sunglasses on he won't notice Chris Gotcher Jeff Grable Leigh Anne Graf Darren Green Richard Griffin Grey Griffith Wendy Haber Shelly Hall Greg Halm Ronnie Hand Chris Hankins Ginger Hansard that I "I want YOU for my army!', demands freshman Jeff f0fB01 I0 DUI 011 mY make-UD,nfhiHkS S1aCiHUbCI13k- -fi , ,,,,E,,,,q. - . - W Nl wig? H M K l I 5 Y if 'v :sf an 6 iff, N W , .15 W if Y f X 1 SQ L' I W , I , 1 X 1 F X 5 1 S. ! 1 f A W W Wi I l s 1 l ix ? QL 1 '1 vffj V W W3 parameciums?" asks Derrick Ross to Sylvia Perez. Freshmen! 113 Chris Hansen Marcy Hanson Troy Hardy James Harley Keely Harrell Angela Harris Kevin Hathcoat Holly Hawkins s Tonia Haynes David Hennessy Holly Henson Rosa Hernandez Jim Herr Narciso Herrera Stacy Hirth Kristin Hobbs J 3 A E EM 1 ,fi h i , i , on , 6 , .sf - lx :D 'X A' J wok D l Teil X x Nil xx . .sv' j E X . xv . 'A wr 3 i I ' 'ii . vb. . glfx 'V V. H Christi Harrison . 1 l - - ' I Q "So which cheerleader do you think has the best legs?" asks Brent Brockermeyer as Lance Zimmerman observes the finalists. 1 141 Freshmen ,. I if . M rf' iw ' xr-ve' gf t 1 .- L by Q l I , "Why do I go through all thisg he doesn't even know '- 1 I'm here!" Heather Snyder chatters through her teeth. 'i J I s K' 2 H ,A, Q ' A' hiss , 1""' "i"' 1 is .,W .5 ,i. .1 ,i Rh , . J I K xxbrs, V ' - nt- f V' . ,Mi nj-.H eq- ' 'S' 'i ' . -' 3 .7-' ig 'FC - if ull! , :X , .ggi s ,ia "I X' UV' B' Sets. "Pm not trying to hide anything," beams Tiffany Malane. Laurie Hodge Jason Hoffman Greg Halm Lisa Horn Terrie Hortman Jennifer Hove Kim Howard Philip Howeth Tom Hsu David Hunter Staci Hubenak Mechelle Humphrey Michelle Irwin Blaine Isbell Shelby Jack Jill Jancosek Cheri Jenkins Shamia Jett Nancy Pena approaches Beth Worley with the intent of gaining fifty cents to purchase a carbonated drink. Freshmen 1 115 Freshmen Dream of the Taco Bueno Experience Karen Jimenez Calvin Johnson David Johnson Jennifer Johnson Tracy Johnson Becky Jones J - l Holly Jones Lani Jones Paul Jordan James Judd J olinda Karetski Kim Kennedy fls "No! They don't have many calories at all! In fact, they're dieteticj' exclaims Kevin Hathcoat to Glenda Sanders. 1' N 'T' ' - 'V-1-1 " , , 4 we Q y . . f , l R -Y 1 Q' , 4..,- tiifiiee-etiif eas ' .-uni! l J , . V 3 Q ' Es "1 3 Q -55 1' N ' N 1. g'Gosh, is she the one that's snoring so loudly?" questions a disbelieving Roby Pettit to Buck Burdette. am Theresa King R V ,J ' Christopher Klein ' R ' 2 K , Robert Kressler ' N Q 1 J if Allison Kucera S ' V Andrea Kucera x X , , ff, X Q Robert Laabs XX R 1, A eff? 1 R X 2 i ' K eg. 2 lx Xxx I ' ' W' KJ Wilfried Lampka I ' ig Jennifer Lafata 5 R , - dit Sherry Langerhans X l '69 Sherry Langham if M :W -if Rod Lanier q P5 V. Q 'il ffl K. Eddie Lara -R' t g , jg- 'S " I' NY W eg 'S X K fr ae K J nu 116 I Freshmen Fei if Irs Wk 3, David Mann tries to watch the football game as Eddie Mackie makes their plans for the upcoming weekend. We if ' ' A ii 4,. i gt A , . eel, WL J ' it iff? HX, Qg f all f it X .YQ life . tra' Thomas Lee Mike Lewis Karen Lind Paul Little Todd Little Beverly Littles Eric Lohman Mirella Lomas Corinne Lopez Everette Luttrell Thomas Mackie Markie Maddux Carolyn Magee Melissa Magoffin Chris Mahlen Tiffany Malane Juan Maldonado David Mann !t .. X ' , , Y ,Xi fe- A "L 1 Ag,-,-9 x ff During Coach J enkins' Health class, Lori Aldridge dreams of herself as a future Florence Nightingale. Jennifer Manning Angelique Marquez Angella Martell Dylan Marvin Michelle Mattockg Jeannette Mayfield Freshmen! 117 Angellna McCormack Jennifer McElrath Larry MCGIHCS Ilene McGovern Veronlca MCGUIFS Eddle McKee Donald McKmney Patr1c1a M1ller Charlotte MIIIICHH Steve M1ll1can Marcus M1lls Jennlfer Mobley Mrchael Mogha Angela MODCT1Cf Stephanle Monk Kelll Montgomery Kathleen Moore Sandra Moreno Mary Mosqueda Chrls Murphy Antonio Nealy Brad Nelson 1 18 X Freshmen ii! Km! f-s 1 , 3 if ll. :J wil .fr . to N A' ' y q "Hmmm . . . I wonder where she keeps her gradebook?" ponders Jeff Goff. l iq, , 'rim ,x, i. . l Q 'N so A gg c v ,. , 1 -. ,vga , , Dennis Nelson Kyle Newman Jeff Newton Nachelle Nobles Burke Noel Mark Nolet l QP' 'Wx W y "I know she loves it when I call her 'baby face'!" teases Another day, another A," brags a confident Thomas ChfiS KleintoadisturbedSher1vLa11sham- A A - Mark Oehl -K ' David Olvey 'SY A e5 4 i Sean O'Rourke 'ff N Joe Orr - Yolanda Parish I V., l A X L e Andrea Parker 3 t l.r,,A , , M i 1' ' A Lance Panain A, Linda Panin April Patteson 4 7 Nancy Pena 3 I , " H f -3 " , X J Ann J anett Perry X 1 . tif? ENXX " 2 ' ' Gary Peterson x Q. Roby Pettit it i iv Natalie Pfrimmer Michael Phillips Christina Plenk ff' ' Leonard Pohl x Freshmen X 1 19 Excited Frosh Challenge Seniors for Spirit Cup i A 'S iii' BV' L giiffii s ,,i, H Gib Portwood ' 'Q Q Q . QQ Michael Potts e , A Donna Powell fig-if' wg: hir r 'l Julie Powell .gs W t le , Q 23 Miaka Powers "-QQQ9 x ' Q ' iQ AQ Jason Pruitt Q Mft , M X K ' ii ' - X' 1 ' r Bear Quisenberry A3 1 'TA 'S iff Jeffrey Ramsey . 9 : S l David Rapp Q Q i ,Q W 5 QQ s Q if " ' Lanaya Reiter 7 1' ja" P " "ff Q' Chris Renaud ' ififl ,Q if-1 w fl 2 , " Adelaido Reyes e EQ QQQ If M y 4 Qfzewj Q' A R-sg 5 fy-X Q vi i Q X 16 ly . , Us .-eliifassl 3. Ezekiel Richardson 5' lj Brandon Roberson ' 2 W Samantha Roberts if x Q , -V Deanna Rodriguez ' X Q 454 Q I ' El, Q 1 if f l i ' its f ii fl l Bill Rogers " Sarah Roodhouse "5 ff' ' Marisela Rosas Derrick Ross QQ lil f f Tracy Rouse Q . A Yvette Rowland -' " l if , "Did you hear the joke about the traveling Geometry ' e ! teacher?" quips an amusing Shawn Eldridge. 1201 Freshmen .,g?i',- Q..i. wwf, '71, L Egg? is im: if ,,.-uni "They all love me,', brags Paul Little to Markie Maddux. COI15d6HI David RHDD, HS he TCIUYUS from 1Ul1Ch 5 ,,.. it LVAVl . A A KWSN: ,. -44 141. - L? , '55 t Q' i x 'Rl 4 wi I X ml I' '24 X 'Wh "Oh no! They didn't have Diet Coke, well go get me a Diet Dr. Pepper," ex- claims April Anderson to a friend. ssh 71? wir? Luke Rowles Emily Runyan James Russel Paul Rutella Michael Salazar ,sseJ.San.ta.na Vikki Santerre Mlke Sasala Angelin Saylor Roger Scaling Charlotte Schroder Chris Shuler Michael Shuler Russel Scoggin "One of these days Pm going to rule this schoolf, thinks a l pf "JA, 'b 'f i .Li . X ' j O l ,Q Y, 4 5 Him 7 D lf ' Freshmen! 121 Jeff Scott Scan Scott mone SQQLL Brad Sealy Diane Seay Sara Sevadjian Cheryl Shadtx Kelly Shannon Susan Shaw Allyson Siler Bryan Simington Chris S1nku Jason Skiles Mike Smart manda Smith Troy Smith Si 7 Shelley Shannon A . L ,gn Tuesdee Bice is utterly astounded at Kate Shaw'sjuicy gossip. wil 4 "' - 1 Sami ' ?1'x ' . . V: ' , . 'Q ,I 'Q' x , t. V y K ' - .. X W. 332' l Q X t ' 1 an . . ia 1 Q- 'A ' - V ,.'q 2 1 'N - X gl ' f t y 2 'f fx' 'f as NN R' XL Q t ef- - 5, if if , l g Ax Ty Z a X A s l l l 'r J 'qv ,I ! " f' l 1 K X t I' 7 l . 'J Jason "Howard Cosell" Hottrnan tries to impress Amy Houston as 34 TQ K , t he gives his best imitation ofhis favorite sports announcer. cf ' K f - td fiat 3 'N ilu, ' ', X C l fi FE., 'Vt 'M ' ilu 3 Q - . 'li "Here I am!" exclaims Shawn Eldridge as Jennifer ' T Ferguson grins in amusement at his sarcastic remark. ra: :Q a K. ! it Freshman Angela Wells drools at the thought of get- Shelley Smyth Marshall Speer Brenda Stansbury b Stag bg 13 Wade Stephens Robert Stlckel Max Stone Terri Stout Otis Strong Chris Stewart Sean Sullivan David Swecker Jennlfer Sweeney Carol Tarrant Jessie Taylor Tiffany Taylor Torrance Taylor Clint Thomas Bo 'J 1 s Q .J -. ' f eene' 6 , t i: iiiii . J ' x ,il -LJ g Q 'W i I Q' is 3, ting paired up with a varsity football player. Freshmen! 123 Frosh Spirit Enhances the Atmosphere at AHHS Chris Thompson Christy Thompson John Thompson Timothy Thompson Lisa Tierce Korry Tilbury Bryan Tims Karen Traywick Carla Trujillo Julie Tumma Julie Unsworth Yolanda Thomas x ' if iz will, 1 .,x. 4 ' M bt W I F .X vi 1 .fa , d ig Wi l tx C srr. '2'f,,15,5ml ' i, , W ' " '-" i I ff -J it V, , I Vi, V' C J it J 9 ,- -1 I " 'H' H4 r J 'ef' M J if , sr . ' " 'rfftflffgi i t These spirited freshmen demonstrate their great ability to show their undying support for their favorite football team Sean Vargas Victor Vargas David Vazquez Barrett Vogel Tanya Vogel Pam VonCollenberg Chad Walker Shannon Walker William Wallace Jason Walstrom Christal Warila Terry Washington f I A 4 X l . . K I H" x TQ 1241 Freshmen QNX' N X' h T' I t 'si , ff 975, v f it Q "' XJ .ti fi., msg f 4,,,f i 4 . K X5 - 'H , ii s f,, V K 1 Q' iii., rr ' 'Q . .. wal 1 3 G K W' i 1 t is .r' -at .3 U img :EMU MTY3: - i' X - - f .. ! QAM xgio. 1' if at 4 i Mike Watson RaTree Webb Rosie Webster Dustin Weeks Angela Wells Eric Wells Connie Wesley Chris Whitaker Micheaux White David Williams Leigh Ann Williams Keith Wilson Carrie Wood Bobby Wooden Trudy Woods Chad Woodson Beth Worley Jamie Yarbrough Q f 4 f f' e i C KM W 4 'F' 5 4, "Even mom's peanut butter and jelly looks good next to this!" think the freshmen as they try to eat lunch in the cafeteria. Qs Sandy Yaws Paul Young Ja Zaskoda dimimiefman K ,tm .Q A,- .rv RosaZuniga n yu W saggy, A v--i- W1llaMaeZurawsk1 f.f-4 --'f' tt" ' Freshmen! 125 fs a Bummer for Guys When . You re 19 ond stlll get corded ot R movres You get out of the shower ond discover you re out of mousse The only doy you ve ever porked rn o fare The grrl behrnd you rs weonng the some eomngs you ore You have o dote on Fndoy but dont get pond untrl Mondoy You let o frrend copy your homework ond he gets o better grode than you lone you get o ticket pegs 'Qs 126 X It s a Bummer Vs Bummer for Girls When . . You're on a diet andyour friends decide to go on a Buena Binge You get to the school dance at 10:31 and can't get in You try to do Jane Fonda but can't make it through the warm-up t You lock your keys In your car and its runnmg You go to the library Saturday Night to study and someone sees you You go to buy o blklm but need a slze 11 bottom and a slze 3 top for vlce versoj sl It's a Bummer! 127 X ' 51' 1? 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K ...,.. ,, -.51.1 -.H QWW.:,.,.:.,,,,,, M iii i E2 o Ar A1-n-ls AARON FARRIS Aaron's contributions in various areas to Arlington Heights have varied immensely. However,gher biggest contribution has been to the area of sports. Aaron has been a four year member of the varsity volleyball team, serving as- captain her junior and senior years. She has also participated on the basketball team for four years, being cap- tain these last two years. Among her many athletic talents, Aaron l has also been a member of the track team and of the cross- country team for one year. For her dedica- ii tion and school spirit, she has been recognized by all of the students asgthis year's Homecoming Queen. A l34!Who sWh0 Auto MOTE Marlon n has exhibited his school spirit throughout his years here atl-leights. He has been a member of both the track and cross- country teams. As a junior, he has been a member of the Jacket Journalistaff and is cur- rently the editor of this newspaper. The French Club and National Honor Society are among other clubs to which he has extended his ser- vices while being a student here at Arlington Heights. Aside from these time-consuming organizationsg Marlon participated in Spirit of the Hill during his junior year. He is also a Mr. AHHS finalistfor this school year. BART THOR TO Bart is currently serving as Parliamen- tarian of the Student Council and has also served as a representative. Besides his work instudent government, he has been President of Youth and Government and a member of the Mock Trial Team. Other organizations of which Bart has' been a member of include the drama club, French Club, and Latin Club. Aside from being in- volved in these time-consuming, activities, Bart has found time to participate in Whiz Quiz and Academic Decathlon. He has also been a member of the Jacket Journal and is currently the editorial page editor. ln addi- tion to his many academic activities, Bart has also been a member of the junior varsity soccer team. A SUZY EWING Suzy has served as the senior class treasurer and is a member of the Senior Steeringqfommittee for this year. Besides her leadership responsibilities, she has also been an active member of the National Honor Society, the Latin Club, and the Yellow Jacket. staff. As a freshman, Suzy had been a member of the diving team and a junior varsity cheerleader during her sophomore year. Other honors received dur- ing her high school years include being a member of Spirit of the Hill, recipient of the Tandy Scholar Award, and being a senior favorite finalist. y y wHo's wi-10 1986 A 1, iu.p Whoswhof 135 ngilmioiqssssiinrfggts -rr-rovv-.-.na-v+f++-"' ,. w1?vw+vfvw""", 'f, .4 x ff , of I 'KI .'.'.2'.3f.'.,-M . ,ffgwrfr-"'f'f'T' si yaaiilaaf,',I.',fa.'-J' l A W ef ff'-W" '.'U"". . M, ..f'I',. Q TOM H RDGRO E Tom Hardgrove has become a dominant athletic figure of the baseball diamond. He has servedon both the junior varsity and varsity baseball teams while attending Arl- ington Heights. Because of his outstanding performance, he has received the following honors: All-District.. All-Tarrant County, All-Metroplex, All-State, and All-District - All-American. Tom hasgdemonstrated his leadership abilities through his participa- tion in various school activities. This year he was recognized by his peers as a Mr. Al-IHS finalist. He is currently an active member of the Senior Steering Committee. This year Krissy has been recognized for her leadership and spirit and service ac- tivities. She has been a freshman and senior class favorite, and a freshman and sophomore class secretary. Krissy has also been a member of the track team, Spirit of the Hill, and the Spanish Club. An active and dedicated student, Krissy was a member as welll as an officer of the Publica- tions Committee and a member of the Latin Club. She has been a varsity cheerleader for three years and a Natural Helper these past two years. Being the treasurer and secretary of the student body are other honors Krissy has received. Her leadership activities have included her memberships in the National Honor Society and the Jacket Journal. This year Krissy was on the Homecoming Court and the co-sports editor of the Jacket Journal. WHO'S HO AT A1-IHS 136 1 who swho r S I-IO'S WHO 1986 CECILIA ALVAREZ Cecilia has displayed her dedication to Arlington Heights through her involvement in various activities. She has been a member of the Spanish Club,iFBLA, and the National Honor Society her junior and senior years. Cecilia has also participated in Spirit of the Hill for twoyears. Because of her outstanding performance on both the track and cross-country teams, she has received the Scholar Athlete Award. Being her junior class Howdy Queen and the reci- pient of the Ann Brannon Award for English are among other honors Cecilia has re- ceived while attending Arlington ilrleights. She has been a member of the Yellow Jacket staff and is presently editor. n g rgDennis Abbott has been a dedicated leader as well as an -active participant throughout his years atArlington Heights. He has been the StudentlCouncil Vice- Presidentandy is currently the Student Body President. The Latin Club, Spanish Club, and Performing Arts are among the various activities he has been involved in. He has exhibited his leadership abilities by being involved in the National Honor Society, fMock Trialg,Team,f and the Tandy Student! Parent Mock Election. Dennis-has also been a member of the jazz band and member as well as head Drum Major of the school band. He has also been a recipient of the Tandy Scholar Award and the Ann Brannon Award for English. Dennis was also selected by his peers as Mr. Al-lHSgfor.the 1985-86 school year i g edward-V+ mr--1 ,. lf-'f ,A sf' Who sWho! 137 WHO'SWHO AT AHI-IS ROBI HUSTO Robin has been involved in numerous ac- tivities as a student of the Hill. Her sports involvements at Heights have been soccer and cross-country. She has shown her leadership and school spirit abilities through various g activities. To promote school spirit, Robin has been a member of Spirit of the Hill, a junior varsity cheerleader, and a second year member of the varsity cheerleading squad. She has also been a participant of Student Council and the French Club. Her leadership activities throughout her high school years have in.- cluded drama and serving on the Homecom- ing Court this year. g l38!WhosWh0 H IKESAYLOR Mike has been active in various aspects of life at Arlingtonlfleights. He is involved in sports, having been a member of both the baseball and football teams. Mike is also ua second year member of the Jacket Journal staff, presentlysserving as co-sports editor. Besides his involvement in student govern- ment, he has been 'a member of Youth and Government. Aside fromg his exceptional performance in athletics, Mike has merited academically. For hislvast efforts of study, he has received the Ann Brannon Award. He has also been a member of the Arlington Heights French Club. C "ii s up g A ' i I 1 K t, 4 , -vi ,If . 2, f if ,". 5132 I 519145127 M x"'wpv-'sa lf all STEVENMEAR Steven has achieved academic as well as leadership recognition while being atArl- ington Heights. His involvements in school activities have varied greatly. While at Heights, he has been a member of the band and the golf team. Steven has also been ac- tive in the Latin Club and the,Math Club, holding offices in both. His academic in- terests have led him to be a member of the Academic Decathlon, Whiz Quiz, and Youth and Government. He has exhibited his school pride and spirit through his involve- ment in such organizations as the National Honor Society and Spirit of the Hill. Steven has been honored for his hard work by receiving the Tandy Scholar Award for two years. Other honors include the Ann Bran- non award for math and science and the Scholar Athlete Award. C , MICHELE ALREAD lVlichele's school spiiritiq and dedication have brought her many honors and awards. She hasobeen a member of the basketball anditennis teams. She has also proved to be a veryicapable leaderfthrough her involve- ment in such organizations as Student Council, National Honor Society, and Senior Steering Committee. Michele has also served as president of her sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Spanish Club, FBLA, and the Mock Trial Team have been several school activities she has been in- volved in throughout her tour years at Heights. She has been a member of Spirit of the Hill and Jacket Journal, presently serv- ing as its business manager. Honors which Michele has received include the Tandy Scholar Award and Miss1AHHS for this year. i wuofs wi-no 1986 ,Who s Who! 139 4 1 . 1 1 Y E 1 N 1 isif-L, 1.1 4 4 L fi ' -- 5' gf 'Q .Y, mn ff fisgx K D ' 1'- W-EYDY W, 1' ag Q ,, .QW si. , DE MOND ,4i'g'., ' T' as sv ,wa I . AJR-D GAFEORD TIONS SI5iRiif!SERVICE I 1 1 Hi' -1 LARRY Bn. TRAQK Init, YQ Karen Smelko Scott Protzman I Dare You The I Dare You or Danforth Award as presented by the I Dare You Commrttee as a mittee was estabhshed by William H Danforth This year the recnprents of the award were Karen Smelko and Scott Protzman They were chosen on the basis of scholarship leadership and servrce Denms Abbott FW Youth Leader Arlmgton Hexghts participated for the fxrst tame thus year an the Fort Worth Jaycees Youth Salute Denms Abbott was chosen as one of the twelve fxnalrsts from Fort Worth m the competl tron At a specral dmner Denms was named Fort Worth Youth Leader on the basis of hrs academncs hrs leadership a personal mtervrew and a wrrtten essay Denms then attended the natronal competition held an St Louis where he was chosen as first runner up to National Youth Leader the rw? Stephen Graf American Alrllnes The American Airlines Award is grven to a outstandmg student by Amencan Airlines Stephen Graf recexved the award this year after bemg nominated by a faculty member Stephen was flown to Washington D C with other high school students throughout the country The students toured the American Alrlmes terminal ln addltlon to the sight seemg they did during thexr week long vrsxt Stephen was chosen because of his excellent academic record and his leadershrp abrhty I . , . , . . Q . . ' . . , . . , . . i . . . , . i . , .. H - 9 Y challenge to students to do their best. The com- ,L . - . S . . , . , O O C . . , 146 I Awards Tracey Thompson Altrusa Tracey Thompson received the Altrusa Award this year The award was presented to Tracey and the representatives from other area high schools by the Altrusa Club of Fort Worth A banquet was grven by the organization rn therr honor at Texas Chrxstran Umversrty Thrs women s club sponsors the award for outstanding hugh school gurls who have ambmon toward a career Tracey was elected by the staff at Heights for her scholarshlp leadership servlce and career mterest Tammy Henderson Hugh O Brien Tammy Henderson was this year s reclplent of the Hugh 0 Brxen Award Tammy attended a three day seminar ln Dallas along with students from all over Texas Between discussions and speeches, the group went srght seeing in Dallas, mcludlng a tour of the American Alrlmes ter mmal Performing ln talent shows was another actrvrty the students partlcrpated m. Hugh O'Brren spoke to the group on youth leadershrp Tammy was elected for thas honor for her leader shlp qualrtles Bart Thornton DAR The Daughters of the Amencan Revolutron Good Crtrzen Award was presented to Bart Thornton this year The award was grven by the Fort Worth chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution durmg a dinner held for the contestants rn December The winners were chosen on the basis of an essay written by the students on a grven toprc Bart was chosen to par trcrpate In thrs contest because of hrs leadership abrhty patrrotrsm service and dependability . , is , . v Q ' I W ' i if . . , . 1 . , ,Q ' BG. I . I . . , . . , . , . . D x 5 i Q 0 . , . . , . Awards! 147 , ,. ,,.,., . ,.,. ,I,H54,,, ,..W,. ., ,,, f. . .,.ff , , Lf I ,i -. in .,,. ,15..,.:,H7 - I .. - ,W ,K M: , ,,..,..: , ,H ARD MISSY MISHO 5 Ro m '24 'I ' 5, ' c .' .mg ,vn- -ww ,,'.f-f.'f ' A' ' sz i ' xi ik 5. 4 '-wi 7 we .Nm 'Us af affi'b:734 ia I ' 94'-4? P , ,. :ggi - -Qfkwx'-Q if, :gf-,, f fi , , A43 - x t .. Q 5' mx Qs? , , ff? 54? ' 7' T1 f f 1 ff Q , Y use :rw :Q -4 'ffif A 111 A , W :s.,.'. Y jgjgvu - ir .yn f f -'L 'V K K V- U ' .- f 3 ' 4 , , 1. 5 - hz . , 1 , ' , 1 '-' ' ' A4 l i f' - 'f Q v ' 5 f ' at Q 5 251: . .-U m . e4viiv'- ' . K A 4 ' l f rx W ,Y N51 x f I X 5,15 ff . ,W ,..'. J f if C "' 1 fi f 1 vga f ' 'if -,E ,S is -551' ' mg' , I ' ' " W 1 Howdy Week Activities Kick Off New School Year Howdy Week was only the beginning of an impressionable year at Heights. Young Life, Deck the Halls, Rollerskating at Silver-Wheel, and Backwards Day began the week of festivities. The tradi- tional Powder Puff game ofthe juniors versus seniors, in which the seniors won, was included in the activities. For the first time, the Howdy King and Queen were crowned at the an- nual Howdy Dance, which brought the week to a close. iw W sg' Michelle Reynolds and Laurie Parker jam to the beat of "The Trend." """""w , -rgggitcg W ' ...Q i . f iifV"Y.z . ' A pegiesbz, e . U jim in , Qwfyig in 1, f ?'v' :qs ' tai T we 1 L 1. Af ww" . ,gt . ,zwii ,,' .j. ,. ' figs T 4 ff ' K -,.ed,.g ff' "But this is how I always dress!" cries a stunned Troy "It's hard to be humble," exclaims Mike "King Puff' Smith on Backwards Day. 152 ! Howdy Week Saylor to a laughing Coach Elliott. u-uint-as...-fl '. W-I EWR SMH! 5583" 153515 miw z t - 'Qwwf W Ah' , f -szfswf "Are we almost done?,' ask freshman Howdy Queen Laurie Hodge and Howdy King Grant Fortney. iw at wi, "Please take the picture," begs junior Howdy Queen Courtney Jakimier as Howdy King Marty Bowen smiles broadly. 3 X? Sophomore Howdy King and Queen, Jeff Bond and Jen- nifer Roels, barely conceal excitement for their new honor. --'tl '- Q' -""f 1 E?gg+ Al ,. 'LJ 54,,,-rx yy ,cn f' ez" ggi. 1 Tr. gf? X : I Q. 2 sie? 'M it ' 4' 'I M X, , Q . . A - - x e wif' "Are you sure we won?" ask senior Howdy King and Queen, John Applegate and Suzanne Varnell. Howdy Week ! 153 Jennifer McElrath is torn between two unknown admirers. 2 E sfo" pi 'SDon't I look sexy?" asks Cort Dehart of an amused Nick Cochrane. , I I V ' --I 1 4 v -V 4' F.. k 4 K' D W ya Q, ., A 4 , x - , . ' H Ng 7- -5 ' A 4 , gl M.. i ' .4 I H-ml ' k , t 5 Q I, ' ' 3 " r 4 t . i v t eff' - ' 'fe ' Wi ' Q Xi, I 1 ' 'i . f ,Ay in H I E ' H X V ' K Y , . J V 0 , K . V, K. .:i:,'TL,i,1 , at X V ., W V 9 b ,xy V ,f , . wi, it 'aiu N ,EW 4 Q L g ,W ,HQ ."f S .,"' t -1, w 1 N W ft' ' S' "' "i W 1-kjgafrgq 2 he P ,eff - Q t 1 J. if ' 5.1 Z -1 - I , I, r K4 H k.,., '3 Mkfsfff .HFPL ' ' 'I ' ' I 1541 Howdy Week Elizabeth Reynolds breaks through an opening with the help of her teammates. X ,Q S ff' l? ' ff .na , nf, :'5f34w,g A f 1 1- . '----A - A ti- ' 1 C staffs l LMQ0 1.1 Chris Gotcher proudly shows his invitation from Deck the Halls. Chris Hunter, sophomore, says s'Coke is it!" "Oh Neil, you're so cute, we can't keep our hands off you!" squeal cheerleaders Marty Bowen and John Sloan. Keely Harrell is astonished at how fast Trish Miller and Christina Plenk put on their skates. Howdy Week X 155 Open House Proves to Be Informing to Parents On the night of Monday, October 16, numerous parents flocked to Arlington Heights. Their goal was to speak with teachers, counselors, and other school associated personnel on the happenings of Heights con- cerning the students. Members of the ROTC were on hand to direct confused parents to teachers' rooms. The band also performed for interested parents in the auditorium. Open House '85 proved to be a very enlightening and informing night for all. Q , 'W' an Wet, ' arf-gif' My g... F .X Mr. Johnny Nabors explains his grading scale for tests. A 156 I Open House if--I-T 'llllll Miss Pamm Havener jokes with an amused parent. A T..- ,.- yi i Mrs. Curry discusses her class objectives to an inquisitive Billy Waltrip and his father. ,,,.-sew. Class Teaches IA. Students Entrepreneur Skills KaVDaMmC. OFFERED BY Kay Day iHC. all inf. 'D The finished products are completed and packed in crates, ready to sell. This past school year. Mr. McClure and a few of his in- dustrial arts students formed a corporation, This new cur- riculum requires the students to make and sell signs. The students sold over fifty signs to Kay Day Real Estate. They made a nice profit from these signs and had a pizza party with the money they earned. Mr. McClure feels that this new curriculum should help his students in the future. I N X . 'A ' ., f '06 . Q Mr, N, 4 The masked worker uses a blow torch to do some welding. Mark Golstein carefully assembles his project. IA Class! 157 Students Crown Farris l985 Homecoming Queen Homecoming was a huge success this year. Activities began early Friday morning with the judging of class floats, all following the theme of 'fTransportation." The seniors won the judging with the theme of"Sailing Seniors." Following tradition, the senior girls performed a dance to "We Go Togetheri' and the Student Council put together a wonderful slide show. The seniors won the spirit cup, also a tradition at Heights. The 1985 Homecoming Queen, Aaron Farris, was chosen by the student body from a court of 12 girls: Robin Borgers, Tammy Dickenson, Missy Flowers, Karen Fox, Arden Gafford, Robin Huston, Bar- bara Lee, Robin Majette, Krissy Pedigo, Mi Shon Powers, and Elizabeth Reynolds. The varsity football team made a valiant effort, but was defeated by the Dunbar Wildcats. Following the game, the Student Council held the Homecoming dance at the Round Up Inn, featuring C. C. and Company. X 1985 Homecoming Queen Aaron Farris is proudly escorted by Kevin Williams during halftime activities. 158 X Homecoming nt, EN Ginger Hansard and Sergio Delacruz enjoy their first John Naylor and Dena Wray share the Homecoming spirit. Ar1ir1gIOH Heights HOmCCOmir1g- ll - ll - w ' -----..,, Sophomore spirit shines through in an attempt to encourage the football team on to victory. Homecoming I 159 lpn? if ' - .-:f4Wes'z V ' fz9'f5-fe-!3zg', . wilt-.,f N t , . f,,. -. AK N' f X , f 4 Nm, I 1 ZA J 1 73 ZA M l HI know James looks like me, but he's not my son," grin Mr. Van Meter and James Smith. Scott Hughes is overwhelmed by Christine Zachry's beauty. 160 I Homecoming QQ? ff via -G5-'A 4194 we fx, 'x ,fb l Y ' A J d - " N ITE ' 51550 f-"9 " A V-S1163 . Tff, .Q 97, John Applegate and Suzanne Vamell reflect on their last Homecoming at Arlington Heights. ' TS, gy, LW. "Do we look like twins or just sisters?", 1nqu1re Murr Bradford and Aimee Womble. 49 . 3' . 3 1 .Jw , , nf 1, . .. , 5 , W A X A V ,LJ , ., , " 'i V s W eye Z:'.',f,'Qi 1 J. fifsfifif' . t efe'fi-'feflffl 1 Darren Smallwood and Amy Creager enjoy the Homecom- Jeffrey Jackson and Penny Campbell take a short rest from ing festivities and the excitement of the dance. the invigorating activities ofthe dance. iw Melissa Magoffin, David Rapp, Janie Cope, and David Mann are thrilled by the excitement ofa Heights dance. Homecoming! 161 HCrimes of the Heartw Is Sophistication in Action The play "Crimes of the Heart" by Beth Henley was performed November 25 and 26. 1985 at Arlington Heights. The setting of the entire play is the kitchen in the Magrath sisters, house in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, a small southern town. The theme is "blood is thicker than waterf' The play is about three sisters of a mid- dle class family. When Babe, one of the sisters, shoots her husband, they all reunite in MQX' Samantha "Lenny" Medlock tries to hide her tears un- successfully from Steve "Doc" Rolls. 162 f Fall Play their house. Once together. they admit all their childhood jealousies and faults and become closer. Babe Botrelle is played by Sharon Batchelor. One sister Lenny Magrath was played by both Samantha Medlock and Wendy Jordan. Robin Huston was cast to play singer sister Meg Magrath. Other cast members included Kristen Shrove and Kristina Cleveland who alternately portrayed I I birthday present. Chick Boyle. Steve Pendley and David Urquhart who both portrayed Barnette Lloyd. Doc Porter was played by both Steve Rolls and Tim Gould. Mrs. Rosemary Burton was the stage director and Mrs. Elizabeth Belsly was the art director. The play was shown one day during school. The auditorium was packed with the large crowd the play drew. All in all, it was a success. Kristen "Chick" Shrove tempts Samantha Medlock with a David Urquhart as Bamett Lloyd and Sharon Batchelor as Babe Botrelle dream and chat of days to come. The three Magrath sisters, played by Sharon Batchelor, Samantha Medlock and Robin Huston, are happily united at last. Fall Play! 163 An Original Arlington Heights Christmas Story 'Twas two weeks before Christmas when all through the day. not a student was silent, they didn't want to stay. The decorations were hung 'round the gym for the dance, there were hopes of good times and maybe romance. The students were nestled all snug in their class. dreaming of dancing and pictures from Flash, and men in their suits with their wives as their date, had just settled down to chaperon until late. When out in the parking lot there arose such a clatter, they sprang from their chairs to see what was the matter. Away from the party they ran past the roar, flew down the hall E .fd f A - X, L ,am 4 it . esmwwus 1 t ,gl yi, .Al Arlington Heights' personal Santa Claus, alias Steven and tore open the door. The moon through the trees on the dewy fresh grass gave a luster of midday to all those who passed. When out in the lot there arrived with a poof, they knew in a moment it wasnlt a spoof. When what to their wondering eyes should appear, but a guy in a Santa suit, it's STEVEN MEAR! He was dressed all in fur from his head to his foot, and his clothes were all tarnished with grease and soot. His eyes how they squinted, his glasses were lost! His cheeks were like roses, covered with frost. His droll little mouth spread in a grin, but the beard on his face fell off of his chin. He sat in the dance with girls perched on his knee, so they could have pictures of g'Santa and me!" Then all of a sudden they got a phone call, it was a bomb threat that scared them one and all. Starsky and Hutch got there real quick, and evacuated the building lickity split and as everyone stood looking at the stars, they watched old Santa jump in his car but they heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight "Happy Christmas anyway and to all a good night." v Y ' 4 M6313 asks "Hey, does HHYOHC MVC any SUPCT Sl'-1C7,' Even the tree gets all decked out for the Christmas dance. 164 f Christmas Dance Courtney Daniel, junior, asks her date, Chip Alliman, Paige Spears and Courtney Jakimier whisper their wildest "How are we supposed to dance to THIS?" Christmas wishes into Old Saint Nick's ear. 53 w x 'ig ,,ii"ii C V While taking a break from the Christmas dance, Missy Dill thinks admiringly ofher date, Gary Moberg, "Isn,t he adorable!" Christmas Dance! 165 Class of ,86 Starts a New Toga Dance Tradition On the night of January 17th Heights had its first Senior Toga Dance of the year. Originally planned as a Luau, it was a tremendous success. Raising the adrenaline of the students, HThe Pengwinsa' rocked the night away to many familiar and some not-so- familiar tunes. Senior Steering Committee and Student Coun- cil added to the Toga spirit by decorating with a Greek motif. Money that was raised went toward the expenses of the Senior Prom. While visiting the Roman Forum, Lani Jones and Ryan Brittain are amazed at the grandeur of the Roman columns. T A Q Stephanie Smith and Joanna Burdette, with Greek God, Danny Petrie, keep the Luau tradition in mind at the Senior Toga Dance. J.. t as '1 I xl at fast! QL i An enthusiastic group of sophomores decked out in togas cannot wait until they are able to host their senior dance. l66!Sen1or Dance .13 ,, uct., , . Thuy Hoang shows Eric Lohman how to party senior style. Lani Sanderson, April Anderson, Roxanne Zepeda, and Chris Clark "sweet talks" Kathy Hendrickson into a dance. Kate Shaw rest under the Roman arches from seeing the sites. A .,n g 9 C 1 L? 0730 521 . M A f s , v , ha- , I 5 rl ,W -y Q a 1 nhl' -V ,, 7' ' t' Q' tl 1 , X? . ' V K Hu g ,Sim I5 .Q milf. Q .' lx' it : 'L 5' A' slitsr, Y K 'E t 5 y fl H1 -A. 12- : lil il ,'1 :YI X Y Jason Sherburn, Beau Bush, and Jon HYTC ECT in the Teea Spifll and Arden Gafford, Goddess of Beauty, Robin Huston, Goddess of Song, and Krissy reconstruct an Egyptian pyramid. Pedigo, Goddess of Love, point the way to the temple of Zeus. QF 'e ' a A -P . 1 s e , ...sl , , A- A ea K 'sa . -lv 1 Q 7 I . Q o ' I l'O0..'v" o O 0. In 0 Q .0 ' o' ,' Chris Lewis, Sharla Schaefer, Amelie Diaz, and Tuesdee Bice are surrounded by Pengwins' guitarist pauses to survey walls ofgreenery in what seems to be Ancient Rome. the actions ofthe crowd. Senior Dance! l67 Starving Artists Sing for Supper in Spring Play t'Sing for Your Suppern was this year,s past spring musical presented by the Arlington Heights Performing Arts students. The drama director, Mrs. Rosemary Burton, worked with the musical direc- tor, Mrs. Donna Norton. The musical was the tenth produc- t I f tion these two women col- r laborated on together. This was Mrs. Burton,s last production at Heights because she has decided to retire. So, this year they made her last production the tinest it has ever been. Be- ing a revue, there were no main roles in 4'Sing for Your Sup- per." The revue consisted of loosely connected skits and songs written by Rodgers and Hart, two very well-known musical composers. Some of the more highlighted singers were Robin Huston, Dennis Abbott, and Sharon Batchelor. The musical was shown in two performances OH May elghth "How many times must we tell you not to hang upside-down and play on our and Ulnth- time. We need to practice our skit!', howl Wendy Wood and J uliann Morgan. "Rise, my wonderous children!" exclaims an elated Dennis Abbott. "He's got delusions of grandeur!', think Sharon Batchelor, Robin Huston, Wendy Jordan, and Kristina Cleveland. 168 X Spring Musical V' - 2- str:-ffl-4:1-' 'tu J 'f5..1tfrf' 'ta ta-?", ,,,' 1524 '74 , ,JE ' ' n'tb:' 2f:e4i15:reeaatff1 vt,.3.,., as ,, if '.g'152 .ws , -aa,-ftr.3ssg'?f:- , r,-..3f5,3w.w4f!,'--A - g '- 1 2gX.ym.c itigff'-A' 1 Y Wefffbf T'L"fE 'f 46:34 - Q 'nb 1 . vc- .,-- 'x'Ng'rr,i, . . sivlftff .3 :Pg ' - ' -. X 2 ,L , A f?f?'55lfj'Ai-ii 2- ' 3 .- ' gif, A ' .A JN, , 1 as far' l 1 A ax: at Q 'ff ssxL:,,w'1 " ' " Vi ."!"' 'Z I 2' RSE! H 4 --35' mJ'g.g,,j 1 f 'Y ti.. "2-ev as-.QA ' - ' S, ' W" 'X ': :f:'54.,,g5 , -' . . 3+ 1:.w:.Ar t. A ' .fu-'f,'.:gf uf-Q,-K-E: K ifrw- A., 0, raw' , 3 1256: J My F, , fem nn: ni S . at ll 5, e -. as f.,f,f..'v.i , ' ' X ,, . ,. -, . .. -X 1 ill! I1 il! Y ' 'iii izkif Q, Al 91 iz fu ' ' t ft sg at it M - 'X ' 9' ' 1- ' r-- r 4 'f""' 1 W tlfl!-lil! I f - y ,f-ff-if-12' f, ' " ' F ' -' ' - --f . G f "Ia ll'll ll? " .1 J t - M , J J A , fy 4 , 9Q,.t A V V ' ' Hf1vwm,:f111f,..u,m. "5 J tk A JW C "What do you mean we all have to sing solos?" exclaim Lisa Tierce, Angela Wells, Susan Malone, Carol Barber, "G, Force!" screams the excited team of superheroes. Charlotte MOSICY, afld -701111 Wllllams- -QE- 1985-86 Spring Musical Cast: Front Row: Bridget Smith, Shelley Smythe. Second Row: Debra Miller, Robin Huston, Juliann Morgan, Angela Wells, Shelby Jack, Shelley Shannon, Kristin Hobbs. Third Row: Dennis Abbott, Wendy Wood, Tammy Dickenson, Julie Parks, Carol Barber, Lisa Tierce, Wendy Jordan, Charlotte Mosley, Jason Sherburn, Kristina Cleveland. Fourth Row: Dennis Harris, Joris Schuller, Chris Klein, Chris Schuler, Aimee Womble, Susan Malone, Becky Lechner, Bret Gilley, Sharon Batchelor, David Urquhart, Lani Jones. Fifth Row: Eric Wells, John Williams, Staci Hubenak. Spring Musical! 169 4 x Magik-X, '- 'M --m'M""': 1 q TM. - H-.,,.. , .,,, L. M Y -.. 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Q5 v "uv-' if . ' I o 'A . A , R A' A' vfgn, .1 .A -A dak, "?ay,"1v , 5 . Aff' xggif' f- Y in ,4 ' . 'lex' ' ..: - H, 'N .i'W.. .any , lo--,fi ,ey x , .g,.,,m'. b...,'? ' A ,p, ff ' M, ' ',+E i-iii? - 3 443"- aff f , -fs.wf e'?'? ?Tf'!:4 . ' 5 ' New Sponsors Lead Council in Productive Year , --so-qu - f f My Productive was a good We a word to use in describing the year for the 1985-86 Student Council. New Sponsors, Mrs. Janis Arnett and Mrs. Cheryl Girton, led the council in a productive year with new ideas and exciting projects. Presi- dent, Dennis Abbottg Vice- ,wh President, Alexis Wilson, ' Secretary, Krissy Pedigog Treasurer, Marty Bowen, and Parliamentarian, Bart Thorn- ton worked together to make 1985-86 an exciting school year for AHHS. The Howdy, Homecom- ing, Christmas and Spring Fever dances and activities had ,Kiwi - yet another year of fun and ex- citement. The annual canned food drive proved to be suc- cessful. Probably the most rewarding project of the year was helping a needy family during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. This year was an exciting year for the council and the student body. 'V' ,ag--X The Student Council is busy making posters to promote studying for finals. 1 1 ees L' N'-...XX Student Council Committee Heads: Raney Richards, School Spirit and Programsg Andrea Denny, Scrapbook, Shelley Bourke, Elections and Constitution, Robin Huston, Public Relations and Evaluations. 172 ! Student Council a a is Q S 5 . , , ,,,,, ,.,,,1,, . - , .. . . , , ,f.,.: ,,., . ,,:fm,W,i,,k,, . , K , - . . DENNIS AB TT ALEXIS WILSON K SSY EDIG President V1ce Press, ent Secretary MRS ARNETT MRS GIRTON Sponsor Spon r MARTY WEN ART TI-IORNTGN Treasurer Park mentarlan 'ii - -w - :H -1-1i'i15wf'f-fiiigi, if . 1 , . ., 'Wi -f f J: iii? 7311 'fpeiiiwif--21' K ' 1 I N". l,:,f:i'f'.g,5' .,., ' ' 2. ,il if Fl! 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N Junior Class: Front Row: Lisa Poole, Traci Dickenson, Christine Riddel. Back Row: Neil Stone, Mike Needham, Chris Davis. fl' sr ,4- , 1 Senior Class Representatives: Andrea Denny, Shelley Bourke, Karen Fox, Kathy Hendrickson, Arden Gafford, Robin Huston. Student Council! 175 l76!SSC SSC Plans an Eventful Year for the WAVE of ,86 The 1985-86 Senior Steering Committee met during the summer months and worked diligently to plan an exciting and productive year for the Senior Class. The Committee was led by officers: Michele Alread, President, Shelley Bourke, Vice-Presidentg Missy Flowers, Secretary, and Suzy Ewing, Treasurer. The annual magazine sales and senior dance went well to provide sufficient funds for a simply smashing prom. The end-of-the-year Senior Activities, such as the Senior Picnic, Baccalaureate, Gradua- tion, and Prom, helped to unify the class and provided unforgettable memories for the Wave of ,86. The extremely creative 1985-86 Senior Steering Committee demonstrates their unique WAVE spirit. l l .53-..'if f:':'..."..-.1-:.'-'..': ' 9 M1 L3 za-.::..-,..-,g,---4 In if :.i :':a."'.:::-.z.'.: 551 Simi? 2:':.:.-'--....- twig 22" :...::::"...-: figirsw- :::.::: :.'3:.':::.?....--: Fe, "'4: 'E L""":"1""-'f-1 me B es, '...."-.:'-"-1'f+ - if--'S ggi-,.::.'-:.t5:.E wa 5....:3 g.:-g,'r':g.'-'-..',-151,-1.5. :EH 5. EE:-'FI-.:'E:."-E nsflllgw if g177 L:j?-9 fl, -, ix -1-i 1- -.,,,. gag? -Q I ziguuqup -1 V-ez:-ji. , . - K A -.....-..a..a.'-..:r."'...i'5 3 ---.-Z'-EE-.r.r if-Si .. f --L T ,," 5...-.::.5..5.g'--1-::'..1:.T:"--'--.2 ::.:..'-..':::'i.m---- 4,5-'22'-2'-1'-5,15-Q- ,U .., 5f13'f+":'Eva- ,rr--N U ,-..-.-gg.. ... : -'?E:..-.ra :.::-....-:-.n1- 1. ....JF.w - V ' 'r ev- -FF-?5L5,iQf.,.- -. :..-.:-.--.:- ...L ,?Z-E-f- -"- 3- """rg...- -1 1:1 gt- - ' '-if--. ' ra:-...-,gs-..-"A: ya. 'A -2 -s-4,i5T '4g'51i-'ii to -- ae-. if 1.9 ---f f 3' gg,-E :1 f - r-" .--5 5-1.1.1 ' 73-'I ,gg ,...,.. JL1f'I.T.'Q'.-:,,1, . Ii i E' Y-B-: , u- , "' "E: 122' 'Ep-gg, 'E 'A" - 'T'LT.1'.T.:.'E1QT.Z.?',.Ii -.1-::,:' . ' -gg- ' 'F 1 n v ' , E .Q t' ' J' 1 . -' .::Li3". -f' 'J' ."' . i A. . s 1 .. . 1 - , ,Mk-Q M 01555 ' qt. ""' 'F ' -Q ' Q9 " ' - .t 'fUT773T'3V ', "P . fr 'S , X, AP? ' ,gt M vw' 'igygig' ,, K I V-M as fr. fi ritg, ,ff ig.. ,iff , , 'S ' i l "el - v X , ' 'K f "WV 'x Q' 5 , Neve wav: 31121 H 'EYES Wm- wew -fNlBYf mv! nmlfsdnli gwmf ,Rave WSW 'MY The 1985-86 SSC: Tom Hardgrove, Robin Borgers, David Perlstein, Zavdy Castro, Steve Rese, Missy Flowers, Michele Alread, Shelley Bourke, Suzy Ewing, Cynthia Brightbill, Mi Shon Powers, Wendy Wood, Kathy Jay, Angela Houk, and Hunter McLean. High Academic Standards Are Set f' :J -HSI ' , ra Sponsors: Mrs. Vinson, Mr. Van Meter, Mrs. Bettes. Officers: Karen Barlow, Secretary, Terry Bland, Treasurer, Jill Witcher, President, Tracey Thompson, Vice-President. Forth by NHS The 1985-86 Arlington Heights High School National Honor Society was a select number of our student body. The Na- tional Honor Society set the high academic standards for the rest of the student body at Heights. To be a member of NHS, you are required to have a grade point average of no less than a 3.5. Citizenship is also a definite must, an E average without any N's. This year's sponsors included Mrs. Marilyn Bettes, Mr. Arch Van Meter, and Mrs. Joan Vinson. The President and Vice- President, Jill Witcher and Tracey Thompson, along with the sponsors, organized this past year's activities of the Na- tional Honor Society. l985-86 National Honor Society: Front Row: Scott Protzman, Shelly Bourke, Terry Bland, Tracey Thompson, Suzy Ewing, Kira McCullough, Cecilia Alvarez, Alexis Wilson, Bridgette Greene, Karlyn Wright, Michelle McKinney. Second Row: Karen Smelko, David Richardson, Corrie Hill, Juliet Isbell, Steven Mear, Hank Demond, Karsten Lampka, Curt Harrison, Curtis Gilflllan, Shawn Nesmith. Third Row: Dennis Abbott, Michele Alread, Andrea Denny, Jill Witcher, Karen Barlow, Stephen Graf, Charles Mooney, Joris Schuller, Stanley Jones, John Lundberg, Marlon Mote, Clint Young. National Honor Society! 177 New Sponsor Guides Jacket Journal to Excellence This year the Jacket Jour- nal went through many changes. Under the leadership of a new sponsor, Mrs. Donya Witherspoon, and editor, Marlon Mote, the relatively small staff worked competently to put out the award-winning paper. New layout techniques were experimented with to give the new reader variety and the Journal a new look. Including the editor, there was a total of fourteen people on the staff. This number made it possible for each person to have a specific job to ac- complish. Working together, everyone tried hard to make this yearls paper the best it could be. Karen Barlow, Gregg Tomlinson and Soraya Malik break from the hectic deadline schedule. 5s'f'9'5f J ix 1985-86 Jacket Journal Senior Staff Members: Front Row: Suzanne Vamell Marlon Mote Mike Saylor Hank Demond Bart Thornton. Second Row: Cherry Harris, Michele Alread, Melissa Leal Krissy Pedigo Karen Barlow Back Row Felicia Sanders, Melissa Tinsley, Mrs. Witherspoon, Soraya Malik, Gregg Tomlinson 178 !Jacket Journal 44-" "Melissa, I think you should get off the phone right now!" whispers Suzanne Varnell quietly. 5 mv ' Jil'-nav' 'Tm almost finished with my story, Mrs. Witherspoonf, promises senior staffer Hank Demond. . I - LIP! f I' g J 'i yn S Y, r-. , 1' irst Year Jacket Joumal: Mark Hansard, Mi Shon Powers, April Eubanks, Sarah Bibb, Pam Branham, avid Perlstein, Marlow Strode, Judd Graham. Not Pictured: Kristen Shrove. Q . Ellison Clark, Jacket J oumal X 179 Annual Staff Adds Computer for l985-86 Edition Cropping, counting, photo orders, lunches on the go, prac- tice sheets, and finally quad- paks produced the 1985-86 Yellow Jacket. This year the Yellow Jacket Staff was headed by Cecilia Alvarez and Karen Smelko, co-editors. The spon- sor for the third consecutive year was Jacqulyn Curry. Sec- tion heads this year included: Shelley Bourke, Juniors, An- drea Denny, Faculty, Missy Dill, Sophomores, Suzy Ewing, Freshmen, Arden Gafford, Seniors, Kathy Hendrickson, Sports' Charles Moone ' 1 v f . l, , y, Organizations, and Tracey gl-lg 1 Thompson, Student Life. ' Photographers this year were Rudy Garcia, senior, and Jim Q gf L-if Dulaney, junior. K5 5 3 W Section Heads: Kathy Hendrickson, Shelley Bourke, Arden Gafford, Suzy Ewt ing, Missy Dill, Charles Mooney, Andrea Denny, and Tracey Thompson. l l ll Q 2 a The infamous world-renown 1985-1986 Yellow Jacket Staff Members include: Front Row: Karen Smelko, Cecilia Alvarez. Second Row: Tammy Henderson, Tracey Thompson, Lisa Poole, Alexis Wilson, Pam Branham, Kathy Hendrickson. Third Row: Jim Dulaney, Andrea Denny, Jill Witcher, Charles Mooney, Neil Stone, Lee Kelly. Fourth Row: Mike Needham, Shelley Bourke, Arden Gafford, Robin Garrison, Melinda Ashworth, Chris Davis, Suzy Ewing, Missy Dill. 180 ! Annual Staff a ' in if , , i J" - ,i ., F l ' 1 2, , . 4 A nb h?l . i. ef jg A 'ff -ig V 1 .lg Ml' First Year Staff: Front Row: Lisa Poole, Pam Branham, l A N 'MA' f ' Chris Davis, Melinda Ashworth, 'Iiammy Henderson. Se- Sponsor and Co-Editors: Cecilia Alvarez, co-editor, Mrs. Cond ROWI 1111 W11ChCf, AICXIS WIISQH- Third ROWZ Jlm Curry, Sponsorg Karen Smelko, c0-gdit0r- Dulaney, Neil Stone, Lee Kelly, and Mike Needham. l -2 1 5x TWD ' fs A ' L ki ' 5' 5 r . , . . 'QL S. 121' 4 1 . Q Q si V -gb .J c NJ ,N , Second Year Staff: Front Row: Karen Smelko, Cecilia Alvarez, Missy Dill, Tracey Thompson, Suzy Ewing, Kathy Hen- drickson. Second Row: Charles Mooney, Shelley Bourke, Arden Gafford, and Andrea Denny. Annual Staff! 181 Of-WB , Q ll 4 1'9"-x .. .. in 5,4 ! QQ: -Iltqprsngp ' 'i' Q34 9338 its .mp fewer a,:.:a M like bling: 'i ti A-it l. - Photographers: Jim Dulaney and Rudy Garcia. "But I'm in my assigned seat!" exclaims staffer Missy Dill. ,nur -in .xig f 1 i ,,s.,,,,M "Would you please explain to me exactly what a syntax error is?" asks a baffled Karen Smelko, computer whiz. 182 X Annual Staff Youth-N-Government Practices Politics at AHHS Youth and Government started the year with new members and a new sponsor, Mrs. Nancy Murray. The club meetings took place every Thursday evening at the . Westside Y.M.C.A. Members attended city day on November 23, which was held at Texas Wesleyan College. They also attended District meetings held in Austin during January. This year's officers were Neal Durando and Bart Thornton, Co-Presidents, Joris Schuller, Secretary, and Barrett Vogel, Treasurer. vllh. K Youth and Government Officers and Sponsor: Bart Thornton, Neal Durando, Mrs. Murray, Barrett Vogel, Joris Schuller. . ri. .4 195 5- Youth and Government: Front Row: Doug Peters, Chris Hall, Jason Sherburn, MiShon Powers. Second Row: Mike Saylor, Barrett Vogel, Hank Demond, Jeff Jackson, Steven Mear. Third Row: Jase Simmons, Joris Schuller, Bart Thornton, Neal Durando, Gib Cable. Fourth Row: Sean Kehoe, Stephen Graf. Youth-N-Government I 183 Whiz Quiz Team Buzzes Into a Successful Year Despite the fact that Chip Beal discontinued his televised Whiz Quiz tournament, the Arlington Height's Whiz Quiz persevered. Though three members graduated the preceeding year, Whiz Quiz was happy to have four new members. Mrs. Jean Mitchell took over as sponsor. She did an excellent job. The group competed with other high schools in the district. They practiced one afternoon a week. Whiz Quiz was an en- joyable way to increase knowledge. It was an example of a combination of learning and pleasure. ,. . ,: if , . xi-1 .fn 4' S. -J 'NPA ,' i y ,f,, v . v ' if ca- We---M Y! lbffmvii W D - D. . if 4 Q 1,6 Whiz Quizzers study hard after school for their upcoming competitions. ,. 4 1 3 L 3 . Q to S g .aa if w.. J if ia W X Qi L I T , -2 .5 . 'Mx f i ff? littii . T 2 K., , V, 'N .fl 5' N Q- ,.,. vc. 4. v .' ... -nr. X 1 .... xs- Whiz Kids: Front Row: Sponsor Mrs. Jean Mitchell, Julie Joe, Amna Malik, Susan Malone, Victor Vargas. Second Row: Tracey Thompson, Jo Beth Payne, Alex Denny. Third Row: Andrea Denny, Steven Mear, Bart Thornton, Hank Demond. 184 1 Whiz Quiz AHHS Starts Off Year With a New Academic Club Academic Decathlon was a competition consisting of six written tests, speeches, an in- terview, and an essay. Com- petition occurred among teams members on the A, B, and C grade levels. The six written tests were over the subjects of fine arts, English, Math, Economics, Social Science and General Science. Team members consisted of Steven Mear, Adam Honeckman, Bart Thornton, Stan Jones, Mark Henderson, Bridget Greene, Cynthia Kirkpatrick, Tomlyn tlames, and Julie Joe. They all performed exceptionally well, winning eight medals and plac- ing first in Fort Worth and feventh overall. ' I, . ,Q , 'L sr- I I - ' . a ri, fe hs.- , ,, . " ' , W 'gr' vf .g4f!"f. 4' .3 ,335 Q1 'TTT' 'Y' ' , K Q v ,-4 ' il X Z, M ' ,J wa.. ,. ,,. I!iWi!Q7'T If J :ii I , L . "Are you sure this is part of our initiation?', asks a bewildered senior, Steven Mear, ofthe Academic Decathlon sponsor, Mrs. Dixie Cunningham. 7 C N - 1985-86 Academic Decathlon Members: Front Row: Tomlyn James, Cynthia Kirkpatrick, Mark Henderson, Bridget Greene, Adam Honeckman. Second Row: Stan Jones, Steven Mear, Z. Bart Thornton. Academic Decathlon! 185 l 85-86 Choir Performs in State-Wide Competition Under the direction of Mrs. , Donna Norton, the Arlington ,Q Heights choir participated in several activities this year. Some of their competitions included the Texas Music Education Association, the All State Choir, the FWISD Choir Contest, the All City Honor Chorus, the UIL Solo Contest, and the City Solo Contest. They also performed r Du ,J Christmas concerts and vocalized at Mayfest. ' -,N N Q 1 Mrs. Norton prepares the choir for an important, upcoming concert. Front Row: Bridget Greene, Andrea Kucera, Allison Kucera, Kristin Hobbs, Lauriva Day. Second Row: Bethany Dow, Beverly Littles, Terrie Hortman, Melanie Delamar, Melissa Ayala, RaTree Webb, Tonya Martin. Third Row: Mary Sholars, Lisset Santana, Michele Dickson, Christy Liles, Wendy Jordan, Sharon Batchelor, Deitre Blocker, Cheri Jenkins, Nikola Rouse. Fourth Row: Lisa Brookins, Shawn Vargas, Franklin Davis, Mike Sasala, Ivan Stuber, Mark Abdo, Cory Goolsby, Leslie Knell, LaTonya Alexander, Lani Jones. 186 I Choir Orchestra Welcomes Garcia as Their Conductor pp ,.Sky. , ,4"' 1985-86 Orchestra Conductor - Mr. Fred Garcia A change took place in the Arlington Heights Orchestra this year. Mr. Garcia replaced Mr. Smith as conductor of this group. The group consisted of Tracy Gibson, Steve Guimarin, Chris Hawkins, Tom Hsu, Julie Tumma, and Brian Byrd. Two of these members were involved in the Youth Orchestra of Fort Worth. Mr. Garcia said, 'Sl am pleased with the talent I have worked with and I would en- courage others to join the or- chestra." Brian Byrd added, MI really enjoyed being involved and I'm looking forward to next year." 3 -.r Q my 0 but 1985-86 Orchestra: Tracy Gibson, Tom Hsu, Brian Byrd, Julie Tumma, Chris Hawkins. Orchestra f 187 Band Excels Under Leadership of New Director Halftime routines, football music, school programs and competitions filled the year for the AHHS band. They par- ticipated in many competitions and contests including the Fort Worth Marching Contest, the UIL Marching Contest, and a city concert contest in the spring. In the UIL Solo Contest, three students performed very well for Arlington Heights. First places were won by Mike Smith and Kristine Leighton in their divisions, and Tiffany Cothran received a second place in her division. The 1985-86 officers and new director, Mr. Fred Garcia, led the band on the field and off. These officers included: Presi- dent, Donald Ward, Vice- President, Lisa Thigpen, Sophomore Representative, Bryan Sturgiss, Freshman Representative, Donna Powell, Drum Majors, Dennis Abbott and Stanley Jones, Field Manager, Chris Hawkins, Equipment Manager, Ricky Hanson. March llth-13th found the band performing at Astroworld in Houston. The year closed with the annual band banquet on May Sth. . '59 ,QV QC 1985-86 Band Officers: Front Row: Ricky Hanson, Equipment Manager, Chris Hawkins, Field Manager, Donna Powell, Freshman Representative, Tracie Schulte, Librarian. Second Row: Dennis Abbott and Stanley Jones, Drum Ma- jors, Bryan Sturgiss, Sophomore Representative, Robert Walsingham, Librarian. Third Row: Donald Ward, President, Lisa Thigpen, Vice-President, Fred Gar- cia, band director. A 'Wai' mr K +.wwk.L swwgr M t. -5- -.V 'j. -s 4-any I W - -. -., ,--, --S...,i, .K .My -' N fthfkifffh The awesome Arlington Heights saxophone players perform during the halftime show at Farrington Field. 188 I Band -H M fs favs fi WW Q0 Ww- SXQITX6 w if ,Bw 5 s 1 Kyf Q A f , vi 'P .Q l, hr' 1.3 .l f ii -f a a .isnt .- The 1985-86 Arlington Heights High School Marching Band. Drum Major Dennis Abbott sets the beat for the Jacket band while Sandy Yaws and Derek Busby follow. H e . . mn . , . I -f - - fx . .-, J5- - ., fy h ,K vi - , , -1, -. . . , , Standing at attention, Chris Hailey waits for his cue. Band! 189 Flag Girls Talents Are Displayed During Halftiine G15 The 1985-86 Arlington Heights Flag Girls: Front Row: Connie Wright, Twana Brock, flag captaing Tonya Martin. Second Row: Lisa Thigpen, flag lieutenantg April Eubanks, Regina Bailey. ,, . . . "5 NO ' .e ... A... ,ae .,. .,4 'Je 4 ,v Ca' if as I 6 13 K 5 ' . i Q : , Y S- . , . " ' , A I ' 1- ' ' K , -. ' L' j- -gifs' g Qi 35-Igfaa , N 1 1, Q ' i 'f :il J ,. Wrs"3'.,"?, -- f-gp --fa I 5 ,, -P3 a 'X t . 1 6 F Rm Wmfiv. w M Civ . W . . pw' .wi-1 '.pitw Flag girl Tonya Martin performs for the cheering crowd. Connie Wright "keeps on twirling" as the band plays on. Flag Girls! 191 Artistically Inclined Students Reorganize Art Club The 1985-86 Art Club started the new year with a new sponsor, Mrs. Elizabeth Belsley. The club was small this year, but the size did not hinder activities. The club visited many art museums in the city, including the Amon Carter Museum and Kimbell Art Museum. A special visit was made to the Museum of Science and History and Omni Theatre. "I feel that we had a very productive and exciting year, and lim looking forward to many activities next year," said club member Sharon Morgese. Mrs. Belsley was pleased with the club this year and with the amount of work that was done, but she hoped that more people would be in- volved next year. "My picture is almost ready," giggles Sharon Morgese. 192 ! Art Club "We think that would make a wonderful picture,', agree Alice Shu and Nancy Diehl as Sharon Morgese contemplates the idea. I i i l Members of the art club retum from an exciting day at the Museum of Science and History and Omni Theatre. Drama Club Sparkles in the Spotlights of 1985-86 The drama club was very busy this year. It began with the fabulous fall play, f'Crimes of the Heart? The play was a sophisticated drama which dealt with the lives of three sisters. The play was presented on November 25 and 26. The drama club also presented The Performing Arts Review, a night of entertainment for all. The season closed with the spring musical which was a M medley from different Broad- way shows. All in all Mrs. Bur- ton considered it to be a very productive year. J Sponsor Mrs. Burton explains the line points of improvising with ease. 'Q Drama Club: Front Row: Steve Rolls, Penny Campbell, Alyson Speer, Robin Borgers, Bridget Green, Lisa Thigpen, David Urquhart. Back Row: Keith Pare, Jason Sherburn, S ck, Robin Huston, Kristen Shrove, Sharon Batchelor, J . Drama Club ! 193 Spanish Club Activities Portray Foreign Culture This year longtime sponsor, Miss Hale, kept the Spanish Club busy with a variety of dif- ferent activities that were not only fun, but also helpful to others. Richard Schuller of the Immigration Department was a guest speaker one day and all the students benefitted from new knowledge. A field trip to the Arlington Heights Nursing Home represented the care they felt for the elderly. One night everyone met at 'fThe Original" for dinner. A Christmas party in the school cafeteria yielded singing, play- ing, pinata breaking, and showed the togetherness and devotion of the club. K ,Jinx i Q fi Spanish Club Officers: Front Row: Historian, April Anderson, Chairmen, Krista Tims, Christie Taylor, George Papaliodis. Second Row: Treasurer, Chris Hunter, Secretary, Jennifer Roelsg President, Jennifer Lane, Sponsor, Miss Hale, Vice-President, Meredith McKinney. Spanish Club: Front Row: Eliud Castro, Ruben Vargas, Roy Puente, Arthur Garcia, Tiffany Taylor, Jennifer Sweeney, Heather Bradley, Jennifer Roels. Second Row: Zavdy Castro, Melissa Gamez, Kim Hernandez, Amna Malik, Sloan Kehoe, Meredith McKinney, Christie Taylor, Jennifer Lane, Vikki Santerre, Ashley Boggs. Third Row: Mr. Pratt, Mrs. Arnett, Angelique Marquez, J. J. Gordy, Mike Berry, Jennifer Johnson, Amy Creager, Michelle Smith, Eric Lohman, Chris Hunter, Julian Stevens, David Rapp, Jeff Bond, April Anderson, Sherry Langham, George Papaliodis, Judd Emerson, Ryan Trott, Rudy Garcia. Fourth Row: Tim Heller, Michael Norton, Hunter Smith, Freddie Caram, Troy Smith, Grant Fortney, Chris Smith, Mike Hutton, Lanaia Rogers, Angie Saylor. 194 I Spanish Club The French Club Brings Foreign Flair to Heights This year the French Club participated in a variety of ac- tivities, including a lecture in Dallas on Parisian Art and a Christmas Party. At the Christmas party, the members rbrought an assortment of lFrench foods, including Co Coa Vin. They also had dinner lat an exclusive French lrestaurant, Michel's. l Officers for this' year were ,Amy Peebles, President, Dar- ren Smallwood, Vice-Presi- dentg Catherine Mendoza, Cor- responding Secretaryg Mirjam Schuller, Recording Secretary, and Christy Stratton, Historian. The 1985-86 French Club Officers: Catherine Mendoza, Corresponding Secretaryg Christy Stratton, Historian, Amy Peebles, President, Mirjam Schuller, Recording Secretary, Darren Smallwood, Vice-President. ' iw." . .:.4,,.:,gg,.,ff.--.-.rgfe-- ,,'-M, ffl" '-V.IiZg,s,E"' ' nf 1 - - ...-.......,, ,, A '-i A, . 1-mm-In-gpga.. +1-gr-- A.. A . ,, - is - . .,,.,,. I French Club Members: Front Row: Amy Boyer, Steve Phillips, Connie Berschig, Alice Hsu, David Van Aken, Marty Bowen, Darren Smallwood, MiShon Powers, Wendy Henry, Elizabeth Dixon. Second Row: Erica Bertram, Andy Contreras, Heagan Bayles, Beth Basile, Joey Otte, Courtney Jakimier, Michelle Banks, Stacy Bowman, Karla Cleveland, Jennifer Ferguson. Third Row: Catherine Mendoza, Leigh Ann Pyeatt, Christine Galiga, Karsten Lampka, Jeff Bell, Oliver Thomsen, Tammy Henderson, Kristen Burnam. Fourth Row: Elizabeth Reynolds, Melinda Beans, Amy Peebles, Marco Puente, Reggie Ferguson, David Oehl, Gregg Anderson, Alex Denny, Mirjam Schuller, Christy Stratton, sponsors Mme. Sivers and Mr. Pratt. French Club! 195 German Club Finds '85 Fun and Educational With the aid of t-shirts, but- tons, and various gummy can- dies, the German Club achieved their best year yet. Led by President Dennis Har- ris. the German Club took part in such social activities as Ger- man breakfasts and sausage parties. Outside activities in- cluded the annual Sprach Fest held in San Marcos and the ex- citing Language Fair. During Christmas. the German Club showed their empathy by carol- ing at an old folks home. Vice president MiShon Powers said, "The activities we have are both fun and educational. lt's like a party, while you're hav- . , , 1- ing fun you re learning a new , Q 3 t-xarsjim: " 'zfw dance." The German Club 6- ' sponsor was Miss Marilyn Ankenbauer' German Club Officers: MiShon Powers, Vice-Presidentg Dennis Harris, President a 4. t tw. ,Q ,f fy - U www, wiv s "f Tie 'F' -fs. .. y it sig? ,t ,If ., .,., , 'aff P -M ml ,v fi 'A - .,.., , gg.'1'F"rf' V. 1 J W"""Y.fwf ' ,.,v-v . 'Mft' ' , , X I - ' ' i , Q ' sgK,,..f.,,.,tx w, -1'-says, J K -A ' - ..,,' , vo- " V-ea1"' 'I' "S Q V ' n-vf - , ,, -.41 German Club: Front Row: Ronnie Hand, Anh Hoang, Tom Rodgers, Cindy Woods, Roger Gates, Dessel Hair, Craig Love, Louisa Martinez. Second Row: Wendy Cook, Kim Beasley, Dennis Nelson, Courtney Daniel, Miaka Powers, Jill Snyder, Duaine Styles, Roby Henry, Tom Hsu, Russel Scoggins. Third Row: Jeff Millegan, Anuschka Hieber-Niebler, Eric Stohlmann, Dennis Harris, John Cummings, Cort DeHart, Mark Abdo, Joseph Jones. 196 X German Club Latin Club Revives an Interest in Ancient Culture ,.V,,....-.-mm.....-,.-...,M.,.-ff'--,-a,,,,.,.,V , .., . This year the Latin Club proved that even a "dead" language can be an active part of campus life. They continued their tradition of selling helium balloons at the Homecoming game which was a great suc- cess. The club also supervised the selling of concessions at the Heights home basketball games, earning a nice profit. To become a part of the state and national network of Latin Clubs, the Heights Latin Club joined the Texas State Junior K Classical League and the Na- , tional Junior Classical League. I Ms. Cheryl Girton, club spon- sor, led her Latin students in their activities, aided by the club officers Steven Mear, President, Ilene McGovern, Vice-President, Stephanie Hight, Secretary, and Karen Lind, Treasurer. 1985-86 Latin Club Sponsor: Ms. Cheryl Girton, Latin Club: Front Row: Sean Blaydes, Jase Simmons, Stephanie Hight, Karen Lind, Ilene McGovern, Tracey Thompson, Julie Joe. Second Row: Timothy Thompson, Julie Tumma, Holly Hawkins, Markie Maddux, Neely Carter, Kitty Junke, Thuy Hoang, Shawn Eldridge, Angel McCormick, Shawn Nesmith, Cynthia Kirkpatrick. Third Row: Chris Gotcher, Byron Baylor, Chris Geldard, Steven Mear, Philip Howeth, Stephen Graf, Neil Durando. Latin Club! 197 Math Club Works to Improve Their Number Sense ,ii 5 3 This year the Math Club l J was led by Steven Mear as president, Stephen Graf as A vice-president, and Adam Honeckman as secretary- treasurer. The club competed and worked with number lm ' sense. Again the club was spon- sored by Kathryn Daniel. ,li ' ' ' ' ' S i . Ofiicers: Stephen Graf, Vice-Presidentg Adam Honeckman, Secretary-Treasurerg SPOUSOV Kalhym Damel' Steven Mear, President. ,, If, , , N, , Q, L M3 5EWi gm? I 4 sag vi 'W ai will KK: ff Ji' PP '4'lW'!t5?Wi4,1,E'!.AF , rm' D vw-ae uhm se uw? . ! L s Q V A ,t33f,,, 25-We ,I ay ,i in wr. at-we-. .m . T , arms: me sz- , if T441 K Mfffid 5 i' W "5 H! ' H ri ii Q- WWLM I ' QV Wat 1550? 19' F. f 14101 -f :egg N 'f Ki-'QL 1.T ',.,.Z f ' 'K '- ' K' e as 'wma :eras-as - AW vit latin' v. r Rm 1 v.2:dv?:':3 HRK.: Q ld ? 1??SaQ.! New mizwb 35215381 SEQ 'f 1945 W .1 ' ii ' 4 af wma- w -its f' :E'41! ?7?i' A -BB fungi?-Q' 'Haifa girly.: M its . " ' 4.,.. T. 'aa kx,+Q . ws I ,A T Y . ...K X a 'X "1 w4Q'G3-...rf 'K Q' may Front Row: Amna Malik, Felicia Sanders, Julie Joe, Karlyn Wright. Back Row: Stephen Grail Steven Mear, Adam Honeckman. 198 I Math Club Science Club Sells Lollipops for Trip to Houston The Science Club had a very interesting and prosperous year this year with the help ofa new sponsor, Mrs. Beverly Cottingham. The group went to Houston to visit NASA. To help pay for the trip the club sold lollipops during Halloween week. A guest speaker, Mr. Gene Mear spoke to the group about available careers in geology. The club was led by a group of eleven officers. They are, Front: Lauren Larson, recorder, Jennifer Sellers, secretary, Lanie Sanderson, field chairman, Sharla Schaefer, president, Lorri Matkin, treasurer. Back Row: Paul Lopez, assistant treasurer, Phil Hensley, photography, Reggie Ferguson, community projects, Bryan Sturgiss, public relations, Tracie Schulte, career representative, and David Urquhart, vice president. - The 1985-1986 Officers and Committee Heads of the Science Club. Y 3:41 .. T - faq V- as ci-.. Cf! . 5 ' N - V Front Row: Tracie Schulte, Kelly Sweet, LaDonna Robinson, Stacey Thompson, Meredith McKinney, Tuesdee Bice, Sharla Schaefer, Lanie Sanderson, Lorri Matkin, Roxanne Zepeda. Second Row: Wendy Birmingham, Brett Wilkinson, Patrick Davis, Phil Hensley, Paul Lopez, Tripp Hight, Andy Contreras, Lisa Thigpen, Sharon Morgese. Back Row: Clint Stone, James Ruiz, Curtis Gilfillan, Chris Flemmons, Vanessa Arnic, David Urquhart, Bryan Sturgiss, Roy Puente, Patricia Culp, Davina Davis, Kelly Dwyer. Science Club! 199 J .R.O.T.C. Gains Discipline During the Year The 1985-86 year was a fulfilling one for the members of the J.R.O.T.C. Led by Colonel Allen and Sergeant Major Cesani, the students acquired in- formation that would be useful in their future. The primary ob- jective of J.R.O.T.C. was to in- still good citizenship and patriotism into each student. Along with this, they learned about rifle marksmanship and safety, first aid, and map and compass reading. The J.R.O.T.C. demon- strated their marching skills in parades such as the Veterans Day Parade and the White Set- tlement Parade. By the end of the year, they all had gained a great respect and honor for the flag and the uniform and developed a strong understand- ing of the military. ' L I W 4 , Ja Q ' fi , 3 U it S Q , gkn X is S L ' , . -- " is--it J , Q .,,. air.. ' f i Colonel Cullen Allen. 200!R O T.C. 1 Sergeant Major Randy Ciesani. . K " ' 3 8 A Company First Platoon: Front Row: Sheree Timms, Lee Cotten, lbI,LQgLS1ua11, Sean Mendoza, Barron Bostice, Brandon Hughes. Back Row: Charles O'Keefe, Dustyn Zimmerman, Jed Horn, Todd Eaton, Jeffrey Bums. -fix eg A Company Second Platoon: Front Row: Mary Sholars, Ronda Johnson, Cyndia Smith, David Goode, Russell Manus, Jeanette Mayfield, Wendy Davis, Nikola Rouse, Melissa Contreras, Lewis Thrower, Shane Seel. Back Row: Steve Williams, Chris Johnson, Amanda Aylesworth, Dionne Gaither, Derrick Busby, Russell Scoggin, Dennis Edwards, Rudy Cortez, Ben Saxon, Cedric Smith. R.O.T.C. I 201 'X B Company Second Platoon: Front Row: Jerry McBride, Anthony Roberts, Evette Rowland, David Aylesworth, Ernest Gar- cia, Charles Vargas. Second Row: Andrew Gordon, Dannial Tredway, Todd Williamson, Guenda Miller, Darren Green, Trenton Tuggle. Back Row: Mark Green, Tony Robinson, Rodney Wilson, Jerrie Davis, David Shanewhite, Tony Washington. l X , . , . Q, . ,+. - fi ' G -3 ' " f . ' ' 1 f M -, Q32 A 4 r. B Company First Platoon: Front Row: Veronica Conner, Craig Love, Deborah Kope, James Cotten, Paul Rittiner. Back Row: Raquel Trujillo, Lisa Brookins, Randy Greenblatt, Anthony Angle, Jason Keown, Jolinda Karetski. 202 ! R.O.T.C. Paul Rittiner finds solace in "picking off' soda cans. f ' 'wdlmns ar' "I wamed you never to take my picture!" hisses Randy Greenblatt. proudly receives commendation from his superiors. 0 W, AWS 1, Sergeant Major Cesani points of jungle warfare. f .,... instructs students on the finer R.O.T.C. I 203 Industrial Arts Club Puts Together a Great Year In 1986 the Industrial Arts Club had an exciting schedule. It all started in late April. The club entered district competi- tion at Billingsley Field House. Then they progressed to regional competition in Stephenville and to Waco for state finals in May. The club was led by Presi- dent Gary McElyea, Secretary Beau Bush, Treasurer Peter Joe, Sergeant-at-Arms Karl Western. Industrial Arts Club Officers: Karl Westem, Sergeant-at-Armsg Gary McElyea, President, Art Ewing, Vice-President, Beau Bush, Secretary, and Peter Joe, Treasurer. fir . 'YUM Front Row: David Ayleswonh. Second Row: Jeff Watson, Jaime Vasquez, Peter Joe, Tim Heller, Bret Gilley, James Ruiz. Back Row: Sponsor Dane Argentini, Karl Westen, Gary McElyea, Sponsor James Luckett, Beau Bush, Kirk Martin, Spon- sor Charles McClure. 204l Industrial Arts OEA Co-op Club Expands Their Office Expertness This year's Office Educa- tion Association Co-op Club was sponsored by Mrs. Juanita Hamrick. The group learned how to operate different office machine functions. They also learned basic secretary skills. The OEA competition was held in February in which the various areas in office skills competed. Most ofthe club was made up of juniors or seniors who had been required to complete a course in typing before the entrance into the club. They have had a very successful year. The juniors are looking forward to next year. f,gg,eg,,'a ti if -fe sa l ,- WS i 5 3 1985-86 OEA Officers. Front Row: Emanuel Perez, Randy Skinner, Donna Zuber, Eryn Douglas, Bonita Jones, Carol Turpin, Kelly Dixon, Rosa Gloria, Mrs. Juanita Hamrick. Second Row: Jeff Kamen, Misty Williams, Candy Clement, Greg Smith, Amy Faires, Julie Hopkins, Courtney Wolfe, Christi Moore, Melissa Gamez. OEA! 205 1985-86 OEA Learns Diversified Vocational Skills V l Mrs. Regina Morris was f lm it 1 the sponsor of the Office fi' Education Association Word -fl7T3i72.i V TWH Processing Club this year. She 6 ll guided the members of the club in learning about office K' gg l machines, such as an electronic ' .V,1 at V , typewriter, word processing computers, electronic calculators, and many others. They worked on filing, communication skills, spelling, and vocabulary. In February the club joined other public schools from the Fort Worth School District for a competition. This involved vocational skills in the area of business office work. They had a very educational year. " ' "T .ii I was 't 1 1 1 Officers: Zavdy Castro, Wendy Wright, Vicky Kopp, Cheryl Thompson, Shari Dean. '-f- df' ,i 4' 'sf Front Row: Racquel Trujillo, Vicky Kopp, Beth Williams, Wendy Wright, Kathy Seay. Second Row: Cheryl Thompson, Lisa Hall, Susan Zimmer, Michelle Culpepper, Heather Snyder, Zavdy Castro, Shari Dean, DeeDee Powell. 206 I OEA . il ic DECA Participates in Area, State, and National DECA, or Distributive Education Clubs of America, was sponsored by Mrs. Jackie Frazer. Mark Palmer and Stephanie Hight served as presidents. Art Ewing served as vice-president, Cheryl Hastings as secretary, and Tricia Ranta as treasurer. DECA provided voca- tional understanding, civic consciousness, leadership development, and social in- telligence. The purpose ofthe program was to develop marketing, distributive careers, private enterprise, and com- petitiveness. All of the members were eligible to com- pete in area, state, and national competitions. Mrs. Jackie Frazer - Sponsor. 'I 1985-86 DECA Members: Front Row: Mrs. Frazier, Janie Johnson, Stephanie Hight, Jeff Amold, Lisa Welding. Second Row: Whitni Snell, Vicki Levise, Tony Dial, Art Ewing, Kevin Koepp. Back Row: Tricia Ranta, Jack Jones, Jeff Watson, Mike Hansen, Mark Palmer. DECA I 207 FHA Donates Gifts and Aids in Community Projects Future Homemakers of America was sponsored by Mrs. Maryann Testa. The thirty members in the club par- ticipated in many activities this year. In December they decorated the Women,s Haven of Tarrant County for Christmas. The club also donated gifts for the hospitalized children at John Peter Smith Hospital. In the spring, the state FHA meeting was held in San An- tonio. The club participated and sent delegates to the convention. Also, during the spring, the Future Homemakers of America club provided another com- munity service project and a luncheon for Vocational Educa- tion Week. They had a very suc- cessful and active year. """" SAM, FHA Sponsor - Mrs, Maryann Testa 1985-86 FHA: Front Row: Connie Jacobs, John Miller. Second Row: Chris Spencer, Charles Malone, Wendy Davis, Pricilla Schomate, Dawn Bailey, Shelli Groze, Jack Thompson, David Goode. Third Row: Angela Brown, Cyrille Cochran, Emily Webster, DeeDee Barker, John Thompson, Stephanie Monk, Cecilia Marquez. Fourth Row: Dayon Johnson, Steven Moo- ty, John Kauffman, Daryl Harris, Darren Williams, Marcy Hanson, Pamela Williams, Dawn Wilson, Barbara Lee, Laura Govea. 208 I FHA HECE Provides Supervised On-the-J ob Training - S- av.. 1 N gpg: -..a ,2 Z R freer' HECE, or Home gf Economics Cooperative Z Education, provided supervised on-the-job training and related classroom instruction. It also prepared students for initial employment through development of salable skills. Thirdly, it provided knowledge and skills for advancement in selected occupations. Some of the occupations ranged from a bridal consultant to a home furnishings aide. 25,2 HECE Sponsor - Mrs. Jan Moss. .NX 52'-gan 1985-86 HECE Club: Front Row: Monica Pulido, Charles Malone, Sharlene Chadwick, Tamela Payne, Barbara Lee, Julie Luce, Pam Williams, Dawn Bailey, Cissy Marquez. Second Row: Mrs. Moss, Laura Govea, Connie Jacobs, Wanda Johnson, John Miller, Dawn Wilson, Pricilla Shomate, John Chazaretta. Third Row: Deitra Allen, John Kauffman, Jack Thompson, Sheila Brookins, Robin Majette, Pam Flusche, Ray Henry, David Goode. Back Row: Michael Ross, Chris Spencer, Jon Woods, Trameda Garvin, Dayon Johnson. HECE f 209 r L4 ,W Qhlgg - , , -- WW4-.. .MM 'IV 1 VP, , in 'L E . . W L .. , ll an . 'lla -PE!!! r,,,..,A..,, - , FUI- ., .,-., 'x nw V V ,V ' , . . if W x g AX 2 KQfJi 3 xii! ,il '-1 A , , .M Q , L, I 1 .,,.,.,, ., ,- ,A ,N Aw, ,.,,. ,,, ..-.. ., , .m,......,... ..,..... ,A.,....,...... A..- Da W-,, -,,n.,,mL:-... Y , Luv -,.,...D,... F.-,wt ,KYY mx, V, V, 5 5 QNX if .-,,,,,f1 HQ- -. 1 X Q Z L ,+MwW,. ,,,,, M , , ,M ,M LM ,,A M mM,,,,,,w,,,,,,W,,A..L.Q..w. 232 85-86 Proves to be a Challenge for the Jackets The 1985 football season proved to be a challenging and difficult time for the Yellow Jackets. With a district record of' 2-5 and overall record of 2- 8, the Jackets struggled through the season with ups and downs. The first preseason game against Mineral Wells demonstrated the ferocity of the defense as they held the op- posing team to 20 points and helped L. C. Timms score on a kick return to give the Jackets the only points for their team. The Jackets went on to lose the initial game. Although the defense aided in preventing the opposing teams from ac- cumulating many points, the Jackets were shut out in both games. The first half of the season proved to be laborious as the Jackets also lost to Western Hills and Dunbar. But with the pride and the drive the Yellow Jackets are famous for, they defeated Southwest and Eastern Hills in the second half of the season. Both of the games were a great exhibition of the capabilities of both the offense and defense. Because of poor attendance to pep rallies that took place at 7:30 a.m., much of the vitality of the school was unknown. The paltry participation from the student body affected the general spirit of the team and most likely influenced the out- come ofthe season. Although the season was a disappointment for both the team and students, it revealed all the strength and pride of the Yellow Jackets. With the odds against them, they entered the field with their heads held high and when they exited, despite the score, the heads were still held aloft. The attitude of these peers should be admired by all and should stand as a model for the future Yellow Jackets. 212 I Varsity Football Tony Gould and Neil Stone gaze in bewilderment at the defense of the Jackets. Marty Bowen kneels to the ground to clutch the ball on a crucial third and long AHHS AHHS AHHS AHHS ,.,h a AHHS n ' AHHS ' AHHS wfaaw ,H in ,Q AHHS D , .f. Q AHHS Defensive back, Chris Davis, allows he receiver a large amount of AHHS :ushion. if: VITPIT' prr..-N Varsity Football Record 7 Mineral Wells 0 South Grand Prairie 0 Arlington Martin 21 Western Hills 9 Dunbar 24 Trimble Tech 16 Southwest 0 Paschal 3 Eastern Hills 6 O. D. Wyatt 20 24 17 24 33 57 0 38 0 40 985-86 Varsity Football Team: Front Row: Chris Davis, Jon Herd, Blake Dement, John Sloan, Greg Kimmel, Marty Bowen, Rex Baker, Frank Vargas. Second Row: John Naylor, David Richardson, Dennis Askins, David Glen, Mike Saylor, oseph Jones, Lance Holmes, Nathan Van Hofwegen, Scott Protzman. Third Row: Steve Reese, Neil Stone, Danny Torres, .. C. Timms, John Gallagher, Tony Gould, Chris Bond, Mark Stevens, Cort Dehart. Fourth Row: Mark Sanders, Paul lcott, Lee Kelly, Robert Riley, Jason Rynd, Tri Goldthwaite. Varsity Football ! 213 Varsity Experiences a Year of Ups and Downs Lee Kelly ponders about the excitement of being on offense. A sneaky running back rolls out for a short pass fi .. 'EUS "' F75 p Qgjwi 59 'i L2 The fired-up Yellow Jacket varsity team rushes on to the football field with a thirst for blood. 2 l 4 X Varsity Football Junior Varsity Exhibits Excellence on the Field For the third consecutive year, the Junior Varsity foot- ball team won the district title. The team started the year on a AHHS Mineral Wells low note by losing all three , , preseason games. But South Grand Pfalfle determination, they came back strong. AHHS Arlington Martin The Jackets conquered the season with only one tie and AHHS Western Hills zero tlosses. nWe came a long way rom the seasonj, Coach . John Leseman said. AHHS Tumble Tech The team completed their schedule by defeating O. D. AHHS Svvfhwesf Wyatt 14-8 on November seventh. According to AHHS Paschal Leseman, the top players tgqis year were juniors Brad Du y, H Dunbar flankerg and Mike Needham, AH S split end. Outstanding . sophomores were Joe AHHS EasternH1lls Mulholland, linebacker, and Robbie Sager, offensive guard. AHHS 0- D- Wyatt 1985-86 Junior Varsity Football Team: Front Row: Chris Lewis, Craig Rodgers, Wesley Oliver, Karsten Lampka, Ed Holt, Mike Needham, Joe Mulholland. Second Row: Marvin McCullough, Philip Barber, Wayne Donahue, Mike Hut- ton, Dan Ricker, Jeff Casperaites. Third Row: Curtis Giliillan, Jason Varner, Reggie-Eergustm.. Roben Sager, Erik Stohlmann, Brad Duffy, James Smith. Fourth Row: Clint Stone, Brian Tidwell, 1jatdQ3,yj,s, Jeff Bond, Karl Mackey, Tony Foley. 216 !J.V. Football -Q-'T If HX .f . F nl J-1 b - V 'az f Freshmen Show a Promising Future for the Hill With only one preseason game to prepare for district, Frosh Football Record the freshman Yellow Jackets started the season with an AHHS 20 Eastern Hills 12 energetic display of their abili- ty by defeating Eastern Hills, 20-12 AHHS 0 Dunbar 12 In the three games following the preseason game, they were AHHS 0 Trimble Tech 30 not as successful, as they lost each of and 0 Western determination, they came back to win the last three games of the season, one they won AHHS 28 0- D- Wyatt 0 because the opposing team did not have enough players- The AHHS forfeit Paschal forfeit way they finished the season shows promise for each of the players in the future. AHHS 8 Southwest 8 G? rm C-'t new get mn xii? ftrqafgu it :r i 7 ' 4 W ...hal 3'8" f . 5 f if S me 'VW I ' Wm Y tin 1 ' . - ll., MJ A l i 2 r- V Hflliflf f53lEE2i 4 HWS 7:53633 B mimi' '. with '1 f Q -if ,QW Be diese Q, , - 'I - e - .s ' I , 1 t -4 L . f K mms , . fttllh 1 titttrs 0- - n arms 'fe Q lllllha Q XP itltltllth 1-, - D in ', t q gg t tQ1f I, 1 le --8:56 ' xox, 7 ,P f 'age '.'-SH J I 1, I ,,. is A.. N 4- k v I - lj' - ' 1 g. .'..f -'ir K i,iff , i . 1985-86 Frosh Football Team: Front Row: Jason Skiles, Chris Gotcher, Kyle Newman, David Mann, Shawn Eldridge, David Hennessy, Scott Carrell, Chris Allan. Second Row: Grey Griffith, Chris Klein, Jon Brumley, Chris Thompson, Jason Goff, Dylan Marvin, Steven Gant, Erik Lohmann, Robert Stickel, Roby Pettit, Grant Fortney. Third Row: Sergio Delacmz, Rob Kressler, Casey Borgers, Max Stone, Jeff Grable, Chad Walker, Jeff Scott, Philip Howeth, Perry Cates, Trey Benson. Fourth Row: Jeff Goff, Troy Smith, Brent Brockermeyer, Eddie McKee, David Rapp, Steven Beckley. 218 f Frosh Football JV Squad Spreads Enthusiasm Around the Campus 5 Q .1 ,Li b if W J 'fe ' ' , , I L w ilgr Z, A. as '. g i f -1,1 A 'i A 74? In I-' I i f K t. ,ifin . I1 nu 1985-86 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Lisa Tierce, Carrie Wood, Sherry Langerhans, Janie Cope, and Holly Henson. Back Row: Kristen Burnam, Raney Richards, Rachel Meyer, Leigh Ann Pyeatt, and Melissa Pulido. Lisa Tierce, Holly Henson and Sherry Langerhans, JV Cheerleaders, practice their archery techniques at a freshman football game. . JV Cheerleaders take one last look at their masterpiece before demolition. The Arlington Heights junior varsity cheerleading squad was headed by first-year sponsor, Miss Pamm Havener. The five squad consisted of sophomore girls and five freshman girls. All the girls were very spirited and sup- ported both the JV and freshman sports. Unlike recent years, the live freshmen girls cheered at the freshmen games and the five sophomore girls cheered at the JV games. The girls practiced every morning before school for an hour. yan Melissa Pulido, sophomore, spots "Mr, Right" in the stands. 'iff' Future bodybuilders Kristen Burnam and Sherry Langerhans flex their muscles during a pep rally. Cheerleading X 219 Varsity Cheerleaders Go to Florida for Nationals The Varsity cheerleaders, headed by third-year sponsor Mrs. Susan Gregory, enjoyed a year of promoting spirit at Heights. The squad consisted of eight seniors, three juniors, and a senior mascot. As in the past, all twelve of the girls at- tended a summer cheerleading camp at Southern Methodist University, where they re- ceived the Award of Ex- cellence, which goes to the squad with the best overall ability. The Award of Ex- cellence honored the cheer- leaders with a trip to Orlando, Florida for National Competi- tion, enabling the cheerleaders to skip Regional Competition. Extra activities of the cheer- leaders included participating in a local Fort Worth Labor Day Parade and conducting two cheerleading clinics to raise money for Florida. Mascot, Lauriva Day, chuckles as the opposing team fumbles the ball. 220 f Cheerleading "With a rebel yell," Holly Hodges cries, go, go, go - oh! A1 Krissy Pedigo, senior, smirks as she auditions for a Wendy's commercial. The cheerleaders display the motto, "You're never fully dressed without a smile? ... . -- f - . uf.,- ". . . It's the place we love the best, dear old AHHS!" harmonize the loyal Varsity Cheerleaders at the end of a game. A N,f,Q,g,,7,,,,. , Q3-5, y 4 ,., ,rf ,af A , 1985-86 Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Holly Hodges, Lauriva Day, Arden Gafford, Traci Dickenson. Second Row: Joanna Burdette, Krissy Pedigo, Elizabeth Reynolds, Robin Huston. Third Row: Kathy Hendrickson, Karen Fox, Meredith Williams. Fourth Row: Missy Flowers. "Hey Ref., what are you doing calling those plays against Lauriva, Kathy, Arden and Traci once again agree in my little brother?" questions protective Elizabeth chorus that Heights will always be their home. Reynolds. Cheerleading! 221 Varsity Hoopsters Mix Sportsmanship and Skill The 1985-86 varsity players showed enthusiasm and skill on the courts this year. Court- ney Hill, junior, and Donald Reynolds, sophomore, provid- ed leadership and heads-up court play during the season. Johnny Nabors served his seventh year as head coach of the varsity basketball team. Coach Nabors was assisted by Coach Thomas, who gave the team much support during the year. f ,-V' 5 2 iXt Coach Johnny Nabors instructs the team on the final play of the game. 1985-86 Boys Varsity Basketball Team: Front Row: Coach Pridcly, Michael Williams, g Ed Gray, Cedric Doty, Coach Nabors. Second Row: L,.tC.Iin1ms, Joe Cooper, R H, Courtney Hill. 222 ! Varsity Basketball .. .. .a P -KK '24 L. C. Timms shoots his famous air-ball. ' -T-fl ' in V sv- V I x.. i '-' ' A ' iq, Q N,V." -, W' v:'I"!f ' ff' Cedric Doty shoots for the one and one. Courtney Hill prepares for the rebound. Reggie Johnson goes for the slam-dunk. Varsity Basketball I 223 Talented J.V. Provides Faith for Future Success This yearls J.V. basketball team held fast to an up and down season of wins and losses. The team's head coach, Merlin Priddy, contributed ex- cellent coaching techniques and lots of moral support. The team was made up of four juniors and three sophomores, the juniors being headed by Chris Davis and Tony Gould. Although the team won few games, they built for an ex- citing varsity team next year. 4'The team was fabulous this year and we had lots of fun," commented Greg Kimmel. He also added, '6We hope that all of our hard work will pay off for next year." 1985-86 J.V. Coach - Merlin Priddy F an NW:- Fifi 1985-86 J .V. Basketball Team: Front Row: Greg Kimmel, Chris Davis, Frank Taylor. Second Row: Karl Mackey, Jeff Bond, Lance Franczyk, Tony Gould. 224 1 Junior Varsity Basketball Frosh Cagers Develop Skill During the First Year Agility and stamina were ex- hibited by the Heights freshman basketball team this year. Although there was a general lack of experience, the team held fast to an up and down season of wins and losses. Freshman coach, Jerry Thomas, boosted the team's spirit to unity and a show of good Sportsmanshlp' 1985-86 Freshman Coach - Jerry Thomas 2 5 L, l 5. FEE Q 5. I . ffhfflfif 1 A195 fl 1985-86 Freshman Basketball Team: Front Row: Roland Botello, Don McKinney, Britt Smith. Second Row: Wilfried Lampka, Jason Pruitt, Brent Brockermeyer, Byron Baylor, Willie Allen. Freshman Basketball! 225 Lady Jackets Have Trying but Successful Season 1 Coached by Laura Morton, the 1985-86 girls basketball teams completed a very suc- cessful season. The varsity team was lead by University of Texas bound Aaron Farris. Juliet Isbell and April Tidwell also lent a helping hand along with the other team members. The junior varsity team also played an important part in this year's activities. Although the teams did not have district championship seasons, they provided excite- ment and enjoyment for their loyal fans. 1985-86 Girls Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Cherie Williams, LeShawn Farris, April Tidwell. Second Row: Kelly Donaldson, Juliet Isbell, Aaron Farris, Susan Farris. if iv fix fe Q '74, , I ar y-gf ii' . N fwgggfirzr-ya- ,sgfqg,yg!W,f1rf-as ,,. .. ...N .M 1. A ,.....,..-.,:w.if- W. " ,pb 4 1,1 v if . f-.,-, 7 , .J ,, ...ix . -- v gf ,Q - .,ff,f.ff,Jj,,rqi -no-an--.....- ,,--Q..-.........,- aww . M- V ,M-4.-Q.,.,.., . 1985-86 Girls J.V. Basketball: Front Row: Markie Maddux, Kristen Burnam, Kara Goldman. Second Row: Yolanda Alsides, Rachel Meyer, Delia Delgado. 226 ! Girls' Basketball Wax Z! E?"-Q, we x , iiiffiil t f to ,.,. A 5 liffgg Qs- ..,?,f,g,, qw' .X ,E ,mv ii Senior Susan Farris takes a break at the line. . Juliet Isbell is helpless as she watches the ball roll out-of-bounds. .1.4s'vfs 4' at .Y 'A Aaron Farris pulls up for the jumper at a Southwest game. ... -Uv N vu.-f-'-4 ' Aaron Farris prepares for the upcoming rebound. Girls' Varsity Basketball! 227 Boys Track Eases on Down the Road to District The boys' track team, under the direction of Coach John Leseman, had a very good year. With the addition of many of the boys from other sports, the team grew considerably in size as well as power. The team par- ticipated in several spring meets as well as the indoor meet. This year's team was led by Tony Hodnett, Larry Bilbrey, and Chris Clark. The girls' track team was coached once again by Jimmy Jenkins. Even though the team lost several of it,s top runners due to graduation, they still made an outstanding showing this year. i' I rfif fiki' 've-I -"-- +P Y I g R t -" '."' "' """ ' b ' 'V 11. .-8 " , J ' 4' f t... ES. l , j . .di Varsity runner Larry Bilbrey concentrates on reaching the head ofthe pack. R Sa, QQ 55' wp J J -If Coach contemplates the chances ofi victory. W1 I "Alright Who moved these hurdles?" G Q M ., s?5fYzl MSM ft ClUCSIi0nS a bewildered Chris Clark, Robert Riley, senior, plans a straight shot down the long stretch. 228 ! Boys' Track ,g. , , , . 4 .. --ww-"fu-I--1 ,,M,!,5,, . Q s V ' " 1 wi :,r.g'- if H' -W f' , M " in il W .is , , 'M , l I . T' S it n'A e 'i . ' J f b4 'T B, , . - fiwffiiiggr'-'J t J Q - C T A 1 -'3"?.f'.,'i ' ,Mix M lg. X . ,, L - x T y , 3 , Us " 1 .v ,, -1 5 K K- ., 'Hua :Tow ' na' V 2 . . ' 214 5 - 5 'T " 3 ily 'Q f"'EVT.l Junior Robbie McLain struts his stuff at the qualifying S'How exactly do these things work?" asks a puzzled David meet. Richardson. "Maybe it would help if I stood up." . st y T 'Si ff . .fa f.. is -. , fs- 'ra vm, 1 i73fS: 3 ,ll 4 "5---,Q V2 ,S,3,x' as rx f ,. 4. ,,.,,, 1985-86 Boys Track Team: Front Row: Jon Brumley, Neil Stone, John Naylor, Jason Varner, Joe Mulholland, Karsten Lampka, Barrett Vogel, Grant Fortney, Robert Noel, Joe Medina. Second Row: Jeffery Grable, David Mann, Michael Beckley, Brad Newman, Patrick Davis, Dylan Marvin, Howard Carrell, Shawn Eldridge, Jason Skiles, Phillip Howeth, Chris Allan, Marvin McCullough. Third Row: Eddie McKee, Chris Whitaker, Marlon Mote, Larry Bilbrey, David Richard- son, Duaine Styles, Billy Brightwell, Curtis Gilfillan, Bryan Tidwell, Rico Leal, James Smith. Fourth Row: Michael Smart, Russell Cunha, Tony Hodnett, Scott Protzman, David Davitte, , Mark Sanders, Robert Riley, John Gallagher, Marty Bowen, Mike Smith, Paul Scott, David Hennessy. Boys' Track X 229 Varsity Girls Team of 85 Makes Tracks to Victory '- " f f r r .-, y ' f af- k fr'- I ' X a we ,- FT -f'a f T M. . 3 V' . 7 s Mg In , . e F 5 . Molly Bibb, freshman, says, "I think I can!" And sure enough she succeeded Oh what a feeling' ' te 5,35 f-1 X. 1:11 N , , . ,' ' ' ' . . fl :- L N, - gk .-ya p ,5 his --..... 5 ' - ' M ""s t +1 Hun K' JI' UV '!"I. ,-., , n Vg. ' ' ,. , A M. .61 """"- ,,.,.,K y I A 3, yn- -.l -J A H gg a , K K 1, ..Q 1.1 K "4-'1r. . A he-. 'l ' ' 97- l ' " . .JV -' , -,,f,-J .k - me ,qi V, , t. V f 5 ' ,K ' W V . 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L A A , N ' , , ., 'I f .,...,-..,..,. . -f - : -gf. raw' x .few-1 1 . - , ...Q ,.,.q5iqg:a. ,W-:t,,.g.' v V -. 'Syn' ef A , U T V4 MLN' -fa.fr..:1' f'-' e t 57, Q IA , - W7 ' J" ' Viv .i:"-fm: 4'3'l-'ii'32TL?'w"f"'1 , vw 'ffl' U -. 'L S ' H W i ' i M? , ,I J-ag.2L,' fzupwgy V, ' 'C ' in . ittfy K. . ki. W, gwih ,L Sophomore Jennifer Lane prepares for take-off as she attempts to jump the hurdle before a spring meet. a:I:4.hMp5 iggLgq-?,..,-- ,E gf' semis,-,,,:,,.1.wfn .W VV !Ei1,,y,,,. :,,. Kg , :' SW? . S, ,,,,1. ...v-21 --4-- 'f .. f ,uf . P 'Hg-!ilf"',L.' 1 ' 5-"' '..,x P., F - 1"'..,,i H. ', .f V' QQ 2 w,,.y.,r:,',gr.?2aa1 X 7 F v ff .,...r.?5,' 5 .A " 7 -Q'f"w1si1E'i?2fEmif?1.H. ?if'Yv'f'f5'1VT""'f"-:,'55'E'g3k"f" Wmszte- vii. -f i ... V? ggi! 55 - x,.,',. E,g,.'5.-'ggQ,-ggrm.gg.gL"5,..ts'i':::A!ff15jf. --f-' gf "V ,:,i1,,w5,-L'-4 . . 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' ' ffy.1fg:':'f' . fi. " -' ' ' m , . i.i.f,iQf Alva . . 4- 'N ' 'X--'1'g"f W-fi . X - - all wf1nq..!ll"?Sgv Wk, I . V Q .- MM X M.k,,.N 1, 3 ,K ,A .ft FF, be 1 gfgfk , ft , ' - . , ' ' ,., ' R.-E K ' ' ' ' 7- -:fa -k+e-'r'e2.,- , 1'-.MQ Y1'5'H'vf. IQ.. Z- , 5,5 -417,44 'ia -I-'QI-. . ' ff., , Y. Mi . A v.?'XmSf,qNf2,ifE:,1x.g xkgugww 5. ,f,..--H.- , - , - ' s W f , ' ,, ., .Y -. -. 'Vg' A ,M- .. K' "wk ,fqtgfa-3 " "-0 'N fx :viii 4 '- ' -I """ . Q-gm-.. ' e H t- ' ,., -. ' J,-"' ' T 1 " ' g ,C , . e . ' "W fn A, - "Va qu.. .4 ff 41. , ,wggh-. :'x"E.'i. we . ..f....+ Q -45. Q 'J fa ar" 4 . -1-'N , ' '- ...,. t 4- H 1.4, . 4.- -, N - 4 4 w. Xxu1Bffx4":1l"JX.f.'::-z:'- P. .-.1 2 S :. Aa N K1 1985-86 Girls Track Team: Front Row: Cindy Wood, Sylvia Perez, Micheaux White. Second Row: Shelley Charles, Sandra Perez, Carolynn Havard, Jrnni1le , Allyson Siler. Third Row: Kelly Brandon, Delia Delgado, Angella Martell, Cherie Williams, Yolanda Alsides, Susan Shaw, Molly Bibb, V ' . Girls' Track! 231 Boys Cross-Country Team Captures District Title This year's boys cross- country team was led to a very successful season by Coach Jimmy Jenkins. The team won the District Championship, which was held at TCU on 00- tober 23. The team was led by Sergio Reyes, third place finisher, with the others follow- ing close behind. After the District meet, the team ad- vanced to Regionals, which were held in Lubbock on November 2. The team faired very well by placing fifteenth out of sixty other teams. gPQit",,, m,w.'t'sr1 'ex Q .., . , . is-sf3?'rf' - Lf. ' .ggi -Qamftg "i'.,s,: , g. ,V , - - 5 ,' . wr ", -vi I-wil? -.-' tx: , , 430 f,:'nE:,gn,?fr-, ' If Q1 W 'v M ' ifkfvmgf QE." 'ghd " - iv41'1'fri?r ' ' " -r2'Qfi6,s ef by K f xi' as 2 T 'aaa 1985-86 Boys Cross-Country Team: Front Row Duaine Styles Leonard Pohl Russell Cunha Second Row Larry Bilbrey Sergio Reyes, Billy Brightwell, Marlon Mote 232 I Boys' Cross-Country S Cross Country Girls Run With Determination Coach Jimmy Jenkins and his girls cross-country team had an excellent season. Both the junior varsity and varsity teams won District for the second year in a row. The District meet was held at TCU, where the team completed with five top-ten finishes, led by Susan Smith's first-place title. The varsity girls team then ad- vanced to Regionals, where they placed fifteenth, which was very respectable out of so as many teams. Coach Jenkins believed the team had become a dominant force in District and would continue in the Lisa Trujillo asks Kelly Brandon, "Is Coach Jenkins looking at us?" seasons to Come. syns .sn-s.. grgam- b 1n4..c:f-c :ri ,,',.,g i.....WSW.i':f KY! ""r"' fa 222246 X YA. . in fri Y. 5+ Of' hs:- - .. . - . e . , V, . . ' , " . Ni' The 1985-86 Girls Cross-Country Team: Front Row: Cindy Wood, Sylvia Perez, Micheaux White. Second Row: Shelley Charles, Sandra Perez, Carolynn Havard, Jennifer Lane, Allyson Siler. Third Row: Kelly Brandon, Delia Delgado, Angella Martell, Cherie Williams, Yolanda Alsides, Susan Shaw, Molly Bibb, Cherry Harris. X Girls' Cross-Country I 233 Undefeated Varsity Volleyball Wins District Title The Varsity Volleyball team had an awesome yearg they came in first place in the 5A-6 District. The team went on to Bi-District play-offs, only to be stopped by the Denton Broncos. Over all the girls had the winning spirit and the determination to stay on top. The ladies set a new record for Arlington Heights, this be- ing the first year for them to win district undefeated. The varsity team played in the Fort Worth Coaches Association Tournament this season bring- ing home the second place trophy. The team was led by cap- tains Corrie Hill and Aaron Farris, seniors. Both captains were named to the All-District team for four years in a row. Also named to the All-District this year was Juliet Isbell, junior. Farris was also elected to the All-Tarrant County Volleyball Team. tea. 1. 1 K, .,. V .1 I 1 es . -wif 5 .3 Y : ,V ew-,, A Q iff. A i if i 1 1 T .1152 V , . .am t ' 5' at ' -:vw href? 'V 'fi , f ff' ,Q ,J f X J x ' h 'hr' 4' 4 4.5. " L - ' rn Girls Varsity Volleyball Team: Front Row: Sheree Tims, Tammy Henderson, Felicia Chapman. Second Row: Michelle Nance, Luisa Martinez, Michelle Dickinson, Stacy Bowman, Corrie Hill. Back Row: Juliet Isbell, Missy Gifford, Coach Pelley, Lisa Suarez, Aaron Farris. Aaron Farris dominates the volleyball court with her powerful spike. 2341 Varsity Volleyball Corrie Hill bends over backwards for another victory for Heights. iff! PIM!! MH! a ' " , K 5 '7' 'ltxyuu I K Agl2'li wi Corrie Hill and Juliet Isbell wait in anticipation to see if Aaron Farris will get another kill. Juliet Isbell, Junior, shows the other team the techniques of a perfect underhanded serve. A. Missy Gifford spikes for one more point to give the Jackets an added edge. Tech Hills ii' ft? 'J . 0, Mr-uq,.,,k N .X Varsity Volleyball I 235 Freshman and Junior Varsity Gain Experience The Freshman Volleyball team, coached by James Luckett had a good season this year. The team worked well together considering it was their first year. With hard work and practice they will be an even better Junior Varsity team. Jack Warren guided the Junior Varsity team through the eighty-five season. "I think the team gained valuable ex- perience this year," said Coach Warren. Arlington Heights was very proud of these ladies and their winning efforts that made our school great. They have made one step for athletics and F h V H b HT F R T d W d K J, R U ' t f I d thl t res man o ey a eam: ront ovv: ru y oo s, aren imenez, egina one glam step or a y a C CS Thomas, Lashawn Farris, Cheri Jenkins. Back Row: Stacey Powers, Yolanda Thomas, Angela McCormick, Yolanda Parish, Carolyn McKee. at Heights. X f ,Q - Ji g , l:5if.i.l , ,, .,. :as ta ir YD! ff 2' . F Junior Varsity Volleyball Team: Front Row: Jennifer Sellers, Renee Mendoza, J. J. Goldthwaite, Janie Orozco, Shannon Cotten. Second Row: Toshie Myracle, Vikki Santerre, Lauri Meek, Lori Groze, Anne Pickens. Back Row: Coach Jack War- ren, Andrea Geesbright, Wendy Birmingham, Tracie Schultze, Delia Delgado, Kathy Nelson. 236 1 Volleyball Swim Team Enters School Year With New Sponsor ' V I f f X' it 4gLQqQZ"f!u.f' Dom Ford thinks, "After that workout, I don't think I can make it up the ladder." The Arlington Heights Swim Team began with their third new coach in four years. This year the coach was Miss Freed. The team practiced each day after school at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. The boys swim team remained undefeated in their dual meets and also throughout the year. Top con- tributions on the boys team were made by sophomores A. J. Sum- mers, Kelly Dwyer, and Brett Wilkerson. Outstanding perfor- mances on the team were also given by Gib Portwood and Dom Ford, both freshmen. The girls team this year was faced with a year of rebuilding. On the girls swim team the top con- tributor was Angela Wells, freshman. Plagued by a lack of members, the girls are hoping for better results next year. s -J t -me ' I - 1 Q The Arlington Heights 1985-1986 Swim Team: Front Row: Jamie Yarbrough, Jeff Newton, Amy Boyer, Christina Plenk, Leigh Ann Williams, Trish Miller. Second Row: Jason Barton, Marcie Ley, Clay Grant, Angela Wells, Emily Runyan, Kristin Witherite, Jennifer Hove. Back Row: Gib Portwood, Kelly Dwyer, Scott Ward, Ms. Freed, Trey Benson, Dom Ford, Kelly Schmeits, Steve Millican, Mark Dalton. Swim Team! 237 Heights Soccer Teams Kick Off a Good Season Each of the four soccer The freshman team lost only play in first place, and the var- teams at Heights had suc- two of their district games, sity team won district for the cessful seasons. The girls team finishing district play tied for third consecutive year with a won four games in district play second place. district record of 5-1. to advance to bi-district. J .V. boys finished district c We 5 ,tgp J' 'V L., J '-'Lv' , W 1 ' 4 I-,Q . . - ,t r 96 f 2. iff If Q if ,, .'i2i2tt::vaf.1i.1-.MT "" 'iffy t , .,,, , ,g-s - ,..t . 'ut-vat t t 1 t Girls Soccer Team: Front Row: Stephanie Padron, Michelle McKinney, Jennifer Sweeney, Elsa Sosa. Second Row: Lisa Robertson, Christine Galiga, Victoria Hall, Jessica Manganiello, Kyra Casey, Third Row: Davy Tucker, Angie Saylor, Shel- ly Hall, Mirjam Schuller, Sloan Kehoe, Kathy Jay. 1 f Q P? Boys Varsity Soccer Team: Front Row: Craig Ramsey, Scott Newton, Michael Meza, Danny Petrie, Blake Dement, Coach Warren. Second Row: Wayne Donahue, Ed Holt, Mickey Simmonds, Christopher Hunter, Steven Andrews. Third Row: Scott Oram, Brian Summers, Charlie Andrews, Joris Schuller, James Ruiz. Not Pictured: Rudy Garcia, Peter Brown, lsi Carrizales, David Dix, Shawn Petrie, Eulalio Sosa, Tony Sosa. 238 X Soccer 4 l 5? it li 11 74 I J .V. Team: Front Row: Barton Barber, Steve Powell, Hunter Smith, Eric Lohman, Lance Anderson. Second Row: Charles J unke, Robert Sager, Eddie Meza, Tony Moreno. Not Pictured: Jeff Scott, Victor Gonzalez, Joseph Lopez, Sal Campos, Ar- thur Garcia. Freshman Team: Front Row: Michael Potts, Jason Carter, Rod Lanier, Joe Paul Banta. Second Row: Paul Little, Blaine Isbell, Todd Little, Mark Nolet, Mickey Judd. Third Row: Mike Moglia, Bill Rodgers, Jeff Ramsey, David Olvey, Bubba Luttrell. Soccer! 239 2401 Golf Heights Golfers Shoot for the Winning Birdies The golf team practiced every- day at Pecan Valley. The captain of the girls team was Wendy Wood and the captain of the boys team was Stephen Graf, both are Seniors. The girls won the second place trophy in the Garland Varsity Girls Golf Tournament. The boys finish- ed placing fifth to eighth in four varsity tournaments, where they played against the best schools in the metroplex. The three top boy players were Stephen Graf, Glenn Siler, Seniors, and Cory Belcher, Junior. The two top girl- players were Wendy Wood, Senior, and Jennifer Little, Sophomore. "We have the nucleus, with everyone playing well, we will finish first or second in District and advance to the Regional Golf Tour- nament in Lubbock." said a proud Coach Dixon about this yearls team. Girls Golf Team: Front Row: Mandy Smith, Jennifer McElrath, Kimberly Cochran. Back Row: Missy Schilling, Jennifer Little, Keely Harrell, Wendy Wood. ,W 4 ,, fa' 'L - go ' 5. ' .t .., "-- "'-,, 'sffig - .. Boys Golf Team: Front Row: Mike Salazar, Burke Noel, Eric Zimmerman, Chris Mahlen, Sean O'Rourke, Bryan West, Chris Baltazar, Steve Sparks. Second Row: Sean Blaydes, Paul Bowlin, Tim Thompson, Hank Demond, Glenn Siler, Scott Bentley, Toby Triptow, Heagan Bayles. Third Row: Chris Krull, Phillip Gandy, Bear Quisenberry, Casey Borgers, Burk Lowe, Mike Ashworth, Tom Adams, Gregg Anderson, Brad Belton. Back Row: John Renfro, Tony Brants, Tom Pattillo, James Rainbolt, Judd Emerson, Matt Metzgar, John Sands, Stephen Graf, Hugh Burdette, William Brackett. rs.. I' . ,,.. A- "WW--... . J ' i A W I f . ..- We 23.1 9.-'fl ' QTFQQQ "One of these days I am going to make it over that lake," exclaims a discouraged Stephen Graf. ssY 9 f 9 999 ou can t ool me. Where s the ball. asks Cory Belcher. "Another one on the green!" says a confident Wendy Wood. "I can't seem to remember how Coach Dixon said to hold this stickj' wonders sophomore Jennifer Little. Golf! 241 The New Tennis Coach Motivates Team to Victory New at AHHS this year was the tennis coach, Howard Palmer. He led his team to place second in District, and then they went on to compete in Regional competition in Abilene, Texas. His rigorous training of his team paid off. Coach Palmer had his team working during sixth period and after school. They did sprints, long distance run- ning, calisthenics, and they lifted weights in the weight room. All of these contributed to their successful season. Coach Palmer continuous- ly drilled his lower classmen because he lost his top players this year. Coach Palmer was very pleased with the outcome of the team's season. Julie Parks twists her body into contortions she never thought possible in order to save a point. 242 I Tennis The girls number one doubles team, Jill Witcher and Michele Alread, concen trate on their strategy for their regional competition. Tom Hsu practices his scoop shot for those hard-to-get low balls 1 9 , V1 1985-1986 Varsity Tennis Team: Front Row: Michele Alread, Raney Richards, Lee Norman, Wendy Dike, Markie Maddux, Julie Parks, Tom Hsu. Back Row: Jackson, Laura Dearen, Steve Phillips, Jeff Herr. V ggi, T ri., Q lgpfi,3fZ.i ,W , 4- 'x 2 ,us X , . ,,,. Y ,.., , . V, - . 1 ' iffbm- MA '. ' 4' 9 ' YW -' - . ' gs. - "2 .- N ,, "ff 7 i ' , at 1 f " ff- 2 34? in-M-f. Jill Witcher, Jase Simmons. Second Row: Pam Von Collenberg, Clint Young, Blair . . . , . , . ,W xxx' .ir x fk' ' H ' -,Q V X Q" t - IX . f ' A Q Sf? 'E' ' g K Q 4 ,'U 5 Y 1985-86 J .V. Team: Front Row: Shelley Smyth, Angel Griffay, Tracy Rouse. rie Wood, Kathleen Moore, Roby Henry. Back Row: Missy Dill, Gia Gailey, A.. Second Row: Christine Riddel, Car- Kara Goldman, Erika Bertram. Tennis! 243 1986 Varsity Baseball Season Begins in Houston The 1986 baseball season brought back two seniors from last year's quarter-finalist finishers, Coach Tommy Elliott was faced with a re- building season. The Jackets' team consisted of many high- spiritedjuniors and leadership- minded seniors. The season started with a trip down to Houston to participate in a tournament against Houston- area teams. After the tourna- ment, the team eventually headed into district with pre- district triumphs under its belt. -ur-- :L . . wt Junior John "Special K" Sloan attempts to hit the ball Senior Jeff Cooper polishes up his outfielder s crow hop 244 I Varsity Baseball f' ' -sf' v - i. . ' " . . Junior Flint Pruitt displays the correct form for a first baseman on fielding a ground ball. ,-"Ht, -, '-fi, 4.56. -, K , ,re -V' r' - -'+f'f1Qzf . 4 H . . W 'ZR 'N fi N 'f w , ' xqv Coach Leseman shows proper follow-through after swing. i A J val Junior Chris Smith exhibits his throwing form and tobacco and dress criteria out on the field. Senior Mike Saylor expresses his optimism for the season. Varsity Baseball I 245 Leseman Prepares JV Team for Exciting Season EAS 9' so f , ,, I ,Q I '.., A I ' , mia f f 533153, Coaches Randy Roberson and John Leseman smile at the thought of successful seasons for the JV and Freshman teams. "I'11 catch it next time, Coach," smiles Brian Byrd, :V i 3, . - ' ' 2 img' 'M A s", B X -,J I ff"t4f 3'C fbi "-' ,, if r' , ' tvvsfsl, ' ' s , " 'H' 43322 '-5?9P'suKfl'.t'4fT5 r H...,.,v4. 'K 'VIKQQ ' 3-..i"7'YTM 'Si' 1 1 , V, ME ,, +6 . '.f."'Z'e'ffQ if " satfiiqtsaraivfms 1 ,gms-1 , 2 ,I l , A , A 11 M 1 H V K 1 'rw 9' we ff? it 5- ' ' 41.115 V' - . . . . , . , , . . f'.'f :Gif f"'-gh." 55" , ' 1' f , ' fjl , ,.'- f an ' ' t' . 1 -Af gi yi-Quia . .. fn.- 5 " A ', - - '- 2 ,- , ,-L ,. Av- , 'V . ' s. K .l .4?: 'V ,t 4. . .5 . . J? A.,-,at ,an J'-q " 'm:5tn:".'A I . 1 i 9. ln, U ,X w aw: .v:?1'7.' . ...-. --: s , - . . , , ,fmt .sm Jeff Casperaites attempts to beat the runner to third base. Chris Lewis, sophomore, knocks the ball out ofthe park. 246 I JV Baseball W ' 3 t New Coach, New Players for 86 Freshman Team r""..,, .nad-"Wa Hlwmy 'gx MM -'Q 'va .0-r. , !""Hr1'f- f cr A f Ap 904 av-K Some eager freshman baseball players p1Ck up pomters while watchlng the varsrty team pracuce after school FACULTY AND STUDE T I DEX Abbott, Dennis, p. 32, 130, 137, 168, 169 l73,177,188,189 Abdo, Mark, p. 62, 186, 190, 196 Adams, Ben, p. 84 Adams, Burt, p. 84 Adams, Renae, p. 84 Adams, Thomas, p. 84, 240 Adams, Yvonne, p. 108 Adkins, David, p. 62 Alberts, Tyler, p. 108 Aldrich, Paula, p. 32 Aldridge, Lori, p. 84, 117 Alexander, Latonya. p. 62, 186 Allan, Chris, p. 108, 218, 229 ALLEN, CULLEN, p. 22, 200 Allen, Dietra, p. 209 Allen, Willie, p. 108, 225 Almonrode, Samantha, p. 108 Alread, Michele, p. 30, 32, 37, 131, 139, 176, 177, 178, 242, 243 Alsides, Yolanda, p. 108, 226, 231, 233 Alvarez, Cecilia, p. 32, 50, 137, 177, 180 181 Alvarez, Edward p. 62 Ander, Debbie, p. 32 Anderson, April, p. 84, 121, 167, 194 Anderson, Gregg, p. 84, 195, 240 Anderson, Kristina, p. 108, 190 Anderson, Lance, p. 84, 239 Andrews, Charlie, p. 84, 239 Andrews, Lisa, p. 32 Andrews, Steve, p. 84, 239 Angle, Anthony, p. 62 ANKENBAUER, MARILYN, p. 22, 34 Applegate, John 31, 32, 153, 160 Ard, Terrell, p. 108 Arenas, Arturo, p. 84 ARGENTINI, DANE, p. 22, 204 Armstrong, Jill, p. 62 Arner, Johnnie, p. 32 Arnett, Eric, p. 62 ARNETT, JANIS p. 22, 173, 194 Arnie, Vanessa, p. 84 Arnold, Brian, p. 108 Arnold, Jeff, p. 32, 207 Arther, Cameron, p. 32 Ashworth, Melinda, p. 32 Ashworth, Michael, p. 84 Askins, Dennis, p. 62, 213 Austin, Ryan, p. 84 Austry, Brian, p. 31, 32, 33, 35 Ayala, Melissa, p. 84, 186 Aylesworth, Amanda, p. 108, 201 s Aylesworth, David, p. 108, 204 Bacon, Latrice, p. 108 Bailey, Annette, p. 84 Bailey, Bailey, Dawn, p. 33, 208, 209 Jerry, p. 84 Bailey, Leonardo, p. 84 Bailey, Baker, Regina, p. 191 Rex, p, 33, 213 Baldwin, Kara, p. 62 Ballwig, Brent, p. 108 248 X Index Baltazar, Chris, p. 84, 240 Banda, Lydia, p. 62 Banks, Michele, p. 84, 195 Banks, Tracy, p, 33 Banta, Joe, P. 108, 239 Barber, Bart, p. 108, 239 Barber, Carol, p. 33, 169 Barber, Patrick, p. 84 Barber, Phil, p. 84, 216 Barham, Chris, p. 85 Barlow, Karen, p. 33, 177, 178 Barker, Dana, p. 85, 208 Barnes, Evelyn, p. 62 Barnett, Jean, p. 85 Barney, Kim, p. 85 Barnwell, Eddie, p. 62 Barrows, Chris, 85 Bartlett, Michelle, p. 62 Bartlett, Michelle, p. 85 Barton, Jason, p. 108 Barton, Paul, p. 85 Basile, Beth, p. 85, 195 Basinger, Eric, p. 62 Bassham, Frank, p. 62 Batchelor, Sharon, p. 62, 163, 168, 169, 186 Batterson, Lisa, p. 85 Baumhardt, James, p. 33 Bayles, Heagan, p. 85, 195, 240 Baylor, Byron, p. 108, 225 Beans, Melinda, p. 108, 195 Beard, Shannon, p. 85 Beasley, Kim, p. 108, 196 BEATTIE, MARIE, p. 22 Beatty, Michelle, p. 33 Beckley, Michael, p. 62, 229 Beckley, Steve, p. 108, 218 Beech, Michael, p. 85 Behmort, Tom, p. 85 Belcher, Cory, p. 62, 241 Bell, Angie, p. 85 Bell, Chris, p. 85 Bell, Dennis, p. 33 Bell, Jeff, p. 62, 195 Bellucci, Rae Ann, p. 62 BELSLY, ELIZABETH, p. 22 Belton, Brad, p. 108, 237 Benson, Byron, p. 63 Benson, Trey, p. 108, 218, 237 Bentley, Amy, p. 108 Bentley, Scott, p. 63, 240 Berry, Mike, p. 108, 194 Berschig, Connie, p. 85, 195 Bertram, Erika, p. 108, 195, 243 BETTES, MARILYN, p. 22, 25, 277 Bettis, Missy, p. 63 Bibb, Molly, p. 107, 108, 174, 229, 230, 231, 233 Bibb, Sarah, p. 63, 179 Bice, Tuesdee, p. 85, 122, 167, 199 Biery, Matt, p. 108 Bilbrey, Larry, p. 33, 145, 228, 229, 232 Birmingham, Wendy, p. 85, 199, 236 Black, Karl, p. 85 Blackmon, Kristi, p. 109 Blackmon, Kristi, p. 109 Blair, Kevin, p. 63 Blancarte, Tony, p. 109 Blanchard, Christina, p. 63, 69 Bland, Michael, p. 109 Bland, Terri, p. 33, 177 Blaydes, Sean, p. 85, 197, 240 Blaylock, Rickey, p. 85 Blocker, Deitra, p. 33, 186 Blocker, Johnny, p. 85 Bogart, Deryck, p. 63 Bogart, Mike, p. 33 Bogart, Pat, p. 63 Boggs, Ashley, p. 86, 88, 99, 100, 194 Boles, Kristi, p. 63 Boles, Tracy, p. 86 Bond, Chris, p. 33, 213 Bond, Jeff, p. 86, 153, 174, 194, 216, 224 Booth, Rhonda, p. 86 Booth, Sheila, p. 86 Borgers, Casey, p. 109, 218, 240 Borgers, Robin, p. 33, 149, 176, 193 Bostice, Dean, p. 109 Botelle, Roland, p. 109, 225 Bourke, Shelley, p. 30, 33, 176, 177, 180 181 Bowsher, Stephany, p. 86 Bowen, Kelly, p. 34 Bowen, Marty, p. 62, 63, 153, 155, 173 195, 212, 213, 229 Bowers, Sherri, p. 63 Bowlin, Paul, p. 63, 240 Bowman, Stacy, p. 76, 234 Boyer, Amy, p. 109, 195, 237 Brackett, Will, p, 86, 240 Bradford, Murray, p. 64, 160 Bradley, Heather, p. 86, 98, 194 Brandon, Kelly, p. 233 Branham, Pam, p. 64, 179, 180, 181 Brants, Emily, p. 86 Brants, Tony, p. 86, 240 Brawner, Raquel, p. 109 Brayrnen, Brad, p. 64 Braymen, Brooke, p. 109 Brennan, Kelly, p. 34 Brightbill, Cynthia, p. 34, 176 Brightwell, Billy, p. 64, 229, 232 Brittain, Ford, p. 109 Brock, Darren, p. 109 Brock, Twana, p. 34, 191 Brockermeyer, Brent, p. 109, 114, 218, 225 Brookover, Clint, p. 64, 71 Brookins, Lisa, p. 86, 186 Brookins, Sheila, p. 64, 209 Brooks, Margaret, p. 86 Brow, Jeannie, p. 86 Brow, Jimmy, p. 64 Brown, Mary, p. 34 Brown, Mary, p. 86 Brown, Peter, p. 64 Brown, Randall, p. 86 Brown, Robert, p. 109 Browning, Matthew, p. 64 Bronson, Bill, p. 86 Bnlmley, Jon, p. 109, 218, 229 Bmner, Tracy, p. 34, 36, 44 Bundschu, Sara, p. 64 Burchard, Bill, p. 86 Burdette, Buck, p. 109, 116 Burdette, Hugh, p. 240 Burdette, Joanna, p. 64, 166, 221 Burk, Tiffany, p. 83, 86, 102 Burket, Gerry, p. 109 Burket, Roong, p. 34 Burkett, Hillery, p. 34 Burley, Adrian, p. 109 Burnam, Kristen, p. 86, 195, 219, 226 Burns, Jeffrey, p. 86, 201 Burton, Kasandra, p. 86 BURTON, ROSEMARY, p. 22, 193 Burton, Ten'yll, p. 64 Busby, Derick, p. 86, 189, 201 Bush, Beau, p. 87, 167, 204 Bustos, Jorge, p. 109 Butler, Ida, p. 87 Butler, Jamie, p. 34 Butler, Scott, p. 34 Butler, Terry, p. 109 Bynum, George, p. 64 Byrd, Brian, p. 87, 187, 246 Byrd, Teresa, p. 64 Cable, Gilbert, p. 64, 183 Cain, Chris, p. 64 Campbell, Penny, p. 64, 161, 193 Campos, Gabriela, p. 109 Campos, Salvador, p. 87 Canales, Eva Tasha, p. 34 Cannon, Calvert, p. 64 Connon, Donna, p. 109 Capps, Tonya., p. 34 Capraro, Mike, p. 87 Capri, Caprice, p. 109 Caram, Alfred, p. 109 Caram, Susan, p. 34 Carr, David, p. 87 Carrell, Scott, p. 109, 218 Carrizales, Isidoro, p. 34 Carter, Gladys, p. 64 Carter, Jason, p. 87, 239 Carter, Jason, p. 87 Carter, Neely, p. 34, 197 Carter, Pam, p. 87 Carter, Tim, p. 64 Casey, Kyra, p. 34, 145, 238 Caspe, Imelda, p. 35 Casper, Brian, p. 110 Casperaites, Jeffrey, p. 87, 216, 246 Castro, Eliud, p. 110, 194 Castro, Zavdy, p. 35, 50, 176, 194, 206 Cates, Perry, p. 87, 218 Catterton, Bryan, p. 64 Cavanaugh, Linda, p. 87 Cedillo, Jose, p. 87 Cervera, Rogelio, p. 110 CESANI, RANDY, 22, 200 Chambers, Cathleen, p. 64 Chamchot, Tera, p. 64, 73 Chapman, Felicia, p. 64, 243 Chapman, Pandora, p. 64 Charles, Shelley, p. 233 Chartier, Christy, p. 110 Chartier, Eric, p. 35 Chazaretta, John, p. 64, 209 Chevere, Jude, p. 65 Chrane, Amy, p. 110 Cisneros, Analisa, p. 65 Clark, Chris, p. 228 Clark, Ellison, p. 65, 179 Clark, Gina, p. 65 Clark, Kimberly, p. 87 Clark, Winston, p. 87 CLAYTON, BETTY, p. 22 Clement, Candy, p. 35, 205 Clement, Keri, p. 110 Clemons, Jackie, p. 65 Clemons, Michael, p. 65 Clemons, Kim p. 35 Cleveland, Karla, p. 87, 195 Cleveland, Kristina, p. 35, 168, 169 Clifton, Brian, p. 110 Cochran, Cyrille, p. 65, 208 Cochran, Kim, p. 110, 240 Cochrane, Nick, p. 35, 154 COHEE, ERNESTINE, p. 22 Collier, Joseph, p. 87 Collins, Tuqawna, p. 87 Collum, Frankie, p. 65 Combs, Robynn, p. 110 Combs, Tiffany, p. 65 Conner, Veronica, p. 110 Davis, Chris, p. 64, 65, 175, 180, 181, 213, 224 Davis, Davina, p. 199 Davis, Franklin, p. 88, 186 Davis, Jerrie, p. 111 Davis Patrick, p. 88, 199, 216, 229 Davis, , Wendy, p. 201, 208 Davitte, Brooke, p. 88 Davitte, David, p. 36, 229 Day, Lauriva, p. 36, 48, 140, 186, 220, 221 Dean, Shari, p. 36, 206 Dearen, Laura, p. 87, 88, 243 Deavers, Kelsey, p. 111 Contreras, Andrew, p. 83, 87, 96, 195, 199 Contreras, Melissa, p. 87, 201 Cook, John, p. 87 Cook, Wendy, p. 110, 196 Cooks, Janice, p. 87 Cooper, Bertie, p. 110 Cooper, Deanna, p. 110 Cooper, Jeff, p. 35, 39, 244 Cooper, Jerry, p. 65 Cooper, Joseph, p. 88, 222 Cope, Janie, p. 110, 161, 219 Cope, Tracy, p. 35 Cordonnier, Tracy, p. 110, 112 Cortez, Rudolph, p. 110, 201 Cothran, Tiffany, p. 65 Cotten, James, p. 65 Cotten, Lee, p. 111, 201 Cotten, Shannon, p. 111, 236 COTTINGHAM, BEVERLY, p. 2 Council, Bridgette, p. 88 Cox, James, p. 88 Craig, Rosalind, p. 65 Craney, Dana, p. 88 Craney, Richard, p. 65, 77 Craver, Brad, p. 88 Crawford, James, p. 88 Crawford, Sheila, p. 88 Creager, Amy, p. 65, 161, 194 Cree, Yolanda, p. 88 Cronk, Dennis, p. 111 Crouch, David, p. 65 Crow, Joe, p. 88 Crowley, Michelle, p. 111 Cuellar, Maria, p. 35 Cullor, Tom, p. 88 Culpepper, Michelle, p. 65, 72, 206 Culps, Patricia, p. 88, 199 Cummings, John, p. 35, 196 Cunha, Russell, p. 111, 229, 232 CUNNINGHAM, DIXIE, p. 22 CUNNINGHAM, SARA, p. 22 2, 25 CURRY, JACQULYN, p. 22, 156, 181 Curtis, Becky, p. 65, 69 D DaBerge, Donald, p. 89 Dalton, Mark, p. 88, 237 Daniel, Courtney, p. 65, 165, 196 DANIEL, KATHRYN, p. 23, 198 Daniels, Carolyn, p. 111 Daniels, Lee, p. 68 Darnall, Damon, p. 88 Darnall, Miguela, p. 111 Darnell, Valree, p. 88 Daswani, Sherry, p. 88 Davis, Cathy, p. 35 Dehart, Cort, p. 36, 154, 196, 213 De La Cruz, Diana, p. 65 Delacnlz, Sergio, p. 111, 159, 218 Delamar, Melonie, p. 111, 186 Delgado, Delia, p. 111, 226, 231, 233, 236 DeMent, Blake, p. 63, 66, 213, 218 Demond, Hank, p. 36, 143, 177, 178, 179, 183, 184, 240 Dennis, Davina, p. 88 Denny, Alex, p. 88, 184, 195 Denny, Andrea, p. 36, 172, 175, 177, 180, 181, 184 Deplante, Marc, p. 36 Desimone, Danielle, p. 63, 66 Dial, Lisa, p. 88 Dial, Robert, p. 36, 207 Diaz, Amelie, p. 88, 167 Dickenson, Tammy, p. 36, 149, 160, 169 Dickenson, Traci, p. 61, 66, 175, 221 Dickinson, Michelle, p. 88, 186, 234 Dickson, Kelvin, p. 66, 192 Diehl, Nancy, p. 66, 192 Dike, Wendy, p. 111, 125, 243 Dill, Missy, p. 36, 142, 165, 180, 181, 182, 2 3 Dix, David, p. 88 Dixon, Elizabeth, p. 89, 195 Dixon, Kelly, p. 36, 205 Dixon, Philip, p. 36 DIXON, ROB, p. 23 Dobbins, Tonya, p. 89 Dodd, James, p. 111 Donahue, Renae, p. 111 Donahue, Wayne, p. 66, 216, 238 Donaldson, Kelley, p. 66, 226 Doran, Bmce, p. 11 1 Doty, Cedric, p. 36, 144, 222, 223 Douglas, Eryn, p. 37, 205 Douglas, Stephen, p. 89 Douglass, Crellin, p. 66 Dow, Bethany, p. 111, 186 Dow, Brian, p. 37 Downey, Robert, p. 66 Duffy, Brad, p. 66, 216 Dulaney, Jim, p. 66, 180, 181, 182 Dunwoody, Leslie, p. 111 Durando, Neal, p. 37, 183, 197 Dwyer, Kelly, 89, 199, 237 Eaton, Todd, p. 111, 201 Edmunds, Erica, p. 111 Eldridge, Shawn, p.89, 120, 123, 197, 218, 229 ELLIOTT, THOMAS, p. 23, 152, 244 Ellison, Dixie, p. 37 Emerson, Brad, p. 111 Emerson, Judd, p. 66, 194, 240 Index I 249 England, Robert, p. 89 Enriquez, Marc, p. 37, 140 Erlenbusch, Sharon, p. 66 ESTES, CHERYL, p. 23 Estes, James, p. 66, 72 Eubanks, April, p. 66, 179, 191 Evans, Ian, p. 89 Ewing, Art, p. 37, 204, 207 Ewing, Suzy, p. 30, 31, 37, 7 180, 181 F aires, Amy, p. 37, 205 Falcon, Barbara, p. 66 Fales, Suzanne, p. 89 Fannin, Barbara, p. 66 Fanning, Douglas, p. 66, 74 Fanning, Jack, p. 111 Fantroy, Sabrina, p. 89 Farquhar, Christa, p. 111 Farris, Aaron, p. 37, 134, 148, 149, 158, 226, 227, 234, 235 Farris Farris 9 Farris, ,1Susan, p. 38, 226, 227 I..eShawn, p. 111, 226, 236 Thomas, p. 119 Fedric, Terry, p. 111 Ferguson, Aaron, p. 111 Ferguson, Jennifer, p. 111, 123, 195 Ferguson, Reggie, p. 87, 89, 195, 199, 216 Ferrell, Stephanie, p. 89 Finley, Steve, p. 66 Fish, James, p. 111 Fisher, Kim, p. 89 Fitzgerald, Scott, p. 89 6, 135, 177, Fitzpatrick, Cynthia, p. 66 Flemmons, Christopher, p. 66, 199 Flinn, Bill, p. 89 Flores, Patricia, p. 66 Flores, Tony, p. 89 Flowers, Melissa, p. 30, 38, 144, 149, 176, 221 Flusche, Pamela, p. 38, 209 Foley, Tony, p. 66, 216 Ford, Donn, p. 111, 237 Fortney, Grant, p. 111, 153, 194, 218, 229 Foster, Ned, p. 66 Foster, Patrick, p. 66 Fox, Karen, p. 38, 142, 149, 175, 221 Fractions, Tasha, p. 89 Franczyk, Lance, p. 89, 224 FRAZER, J ACQUELINE, p. 23, 207 FREED, LOYCE, p. 23, 237 Freeman, Eric, p. 111 Furniss, Karen, p. 89 Gafford, Arden, p. 38, 133, 145, 149, 167, 175, 180, 181, 221 Gaige, Lonnie, p. 111 Gailey, Gia, p. 89, 243 Gaines, Bryant, p. 38 Gaither, Dionne, p. 201 Galicia, Coral, p. 111 Galiga, Christine, p. 89, 195, 238 Gallagher, John, p. 38, 43, 53, 132, 213, 229 Galusha, James, p. 89 Gambill, Elaine, p. 38 250!Index Gamboa, Alberto, p. 66 Gamez, Danny, p. 112 Gamez, Jon, p. 38 Gamez, Melissa, p. 66, 194 Gandy, Philip, p. 112, 240 Garcia, Alicia, p. 67 Garcia, Arthur, p. 89 Garcia, Ernest, p. 89 GARCIA, FRED, p. 23, 188 Garcia, Freddy, p. 38, 182 Garcia, Mauricio, p. 67 Garcia, Ned, p. 112 Garcia, Oscar, p. 38 Garcia, Rudy, p. 38, 129, 182, 194 Gardner, Peggy, p. 89 Gardner, Sharla, p. 67 Garvin, Sharon, p. 90 Garvin, Trameda, p. 89, 109 Garrison, Brence, p. 112 Garrison, Leroy, p. 38 Garrison, Robin, p. 67, 180, 181 Gates, Roger, p. 67, 196 Geer, Michael, p. 67 Geesbreght, Andrea, p. 90, 236 Geldard, Chris, p. 112, 197 Geldard, Curt, p. 67 Gibson, Catherine, p. 40 Gibson, Tracy, p. 112, 187 Gifford, Missy, p. 67, 234, 235 Gilbert, Carlin, p. 112 Gilfillan, Curtis, p. 67, 177, 199, 216, 229 Gill, Janice, p. 90 Gill, Jason, p. 40 Gilley, Bart, p. 67 Gilley, Bret, p. 40, 169, 204 GIRTON, CHERYL, p. 23, 173, 197 Glenn, David, p. 67, 213 Goff, Jason, p. 112, 218 Goff, Jeffrey, p. 112, 218 Golding, Dena, p. 90 Goldman, Kara, p. 112, 226, 243 Goldstein, Mark, p. 40, 157 Goldthwaite, Joanna, p. 90, 236 Goldthwaite, Frank, p. 40, 43, 213 Gonzalez, Victor, p. 90 Goode, David, p. 40, 201, 208 Goodin, Melissa, p. 112 Goolsby, Corey, p. 90, 186 Gordon, Cindy, p. 90 Gordy, J. J., p. 112, 194 Gotcher, Chris, p. 112, 113, 155, 197, 218 Gould, Tim, p. 40 Gould, Tony, p. 67, 76, 212, 213, 224 Grable, Jeff, p. 113, 218, 229 Graf, Leigh Anne, p. 113 Graf, Stephen, p. 40, 177, 182, 197, 198, 240, 241 Graham, Judd, p. 67, 72, 179 Grant, Clay, p. 67, 237 Grant, Gregory, p. 67 Grant, Steven, p. 112 Gray, Ed, p. 222 Green, Candice, p. 67 Green, Darren, p. 113 Green, Mark, p. 90 Green, Stephanie, p. 90 Greenblatt, Randall, p. 40 Greene, Leslee, p. 40, 169, 177, 185, 186, 193 Greif, Laura, p. 90 Greig, Tina, p. 40 GREGORY, SUSAN, p. 21 Grems, Sherrie, p. 90 Griffay, Angel, p. 90, 243 Griffin, Holly, p. 90 Griffin, Monica, p. 90, 95 Griffin, Richard, p. 113 Griffin, Shelley, p. 40 Griffith, Gray, p. 113, 218 Groze, Lori, p. 90, 236 Grozc, Shelli, p. 40, 208 Gruver, Glenda, p. 90 Guevara, Yasmin, p. 90 Guimarin, Christy, p. 40 Guimarin, Steve, p. 112 Guinn, Christi, p. 90 Guy, Rodney, p. 90 HAASE, EDWARD, p. 22 Haber, Wendy, p. 113 Haenes, Dawn, p. 40 Haenes, John, p. 67 Hagan, Felicia, p. 90 Hailey, Chris, p. 68, 189 Hair, Dessel, p. 67, 196 HALE, HELEN, p. 23, 194 Hall, Betina, p. 90 Hall, Chris, p. 63, 68, 183 Hall, Lisa, p. 68, 206 Hall, Sammy, p. 90 Hall, Shelly, p. 113, 238 Hall, Victoria, p. 40, 238 Halm, Greg, p. 113,115 Hamilton, Audra, p. 91 Hammond, Jamie, p. 91, 193 Hamon, Kissandra, p. 68 HAMRICK, JUANITA, p. 23 Hand, Ronnie, p. 113, 159 Hansard, Ginger, p. 113, 159 Hansard, Mark, 68, 179 Hansen, Chris, p. 114, 247 Hansen, Mike, p. 207 Hansen, Sloane, p. 68 Hanson, Marcy, p. 114, 208 Hanson, Ricky, p. 39, 188 Hardgrove, Tom, p. 36, 39, 132, 136, 176 Hardwick, Blaine, p. 91 Hardwick, Michele, p. 39 Hardy, Troy, p. 114 Harley, James, p. 114 Harper, Kelly, p. 91 Harrell, Keely, p. 114, 155, 240 Harris, Angela, p. 114 Harris, Cassie, p. 91 Harris, Charles, p. 68 Harris, Cherry, p. 39, 51, 178, 231, 233 Harris, Daryl, p. 39, 208 Harris, Dennis, p. 68, 169, 196 Harrison, Christi, p. 114, 177 Harrison, Curtis, p. 68 Hartwell, Rolanda, p. 68 HARVEY, LAWRENCE, p. 22, 23 Harvison, Hope, p. 68 Harwell, Joseph, p. 68 Haskins, Angela, p. 91 Hastings, Cheryl, p. 39 Hatcher, Deanna, p. 68 Hathcoat, Kevin, p. 114, 116 Havard, Carolynn, p. 233 HAVENER, PAMM, p. 23, 156 Hawkins, Chris, p. 39, 187, 188 Hawkins, Holly, p. 114, 187, 197 Hawkins, Keith, p. 68 Hawkins, Kevin, p. 91 Hawkins, Ronald, p. 114 Haynes, Tonia, p. 114 Heller, Tim, p. 39, 194, 204 Henderson, Crystal, p. 91 Henderson, Mark, p. 41, 53, 185 Henderson, Tammy, p. 68, 72, 180, 181, 195, 234 Hendrickson, Kathy, p. 39, 141, 167, 175, 180, 181, 234 Hennessy, David, p. 114, 174, 218, 229 Henry, Ray, p. 41, 209 Henry, Roby, p. 68, 196, 243 Henry, Wendy, p. 91, 195 Henslee, Michael, p. 91 Hensley, Phil, p. 199 Henson, Holly, p. 114, 219 Herd, Jon, p. 91, 213 Hernandez, Kim, p. 111, 174, 194 Herndon, Holly, p. 91 Herr, Jeff, p. 68, 243 Herr, Jim, p. 114 Herrera, Narcisa, p. 114 Heshion, Melissa, p. 91 Hieber-Niebler, Anuschka, p. 39, 196 High, Anthony, p. 68 Hight, Stephanie, p. 39, 197, 207 Hight, Tripp, p. 91, 199 Hileman, Ken, p. 69 Hill, Corrie, p. 39, 133, 177, 234, 235 Hill, Courmey, p. 69, 222, 223 Hill, Phillip, p. 69 Hill, Suzanna, p. 91 Hill, Terri, p. 41 Hirth, Stacy, p. 114 Hiser, Daniel, p. 69 Hoang, Anh, p. 41, 196 Hoang, Thuy, p. 41, 166, 197 Hobbs, Kristin, p. 114, 169, 186 Hodge, Laurie, p. 115 Hodges, Holly, p. 69, 79, 153, 220, 221 Hodgkins, Trent, p. 41 Hoffman, Jared, p. 41 Hoffman, Jason, p. 115, 122 Holder, Chris, p. 91 Holleman, Sandra, p. 69, 95 Holmes, Lance, p. 34, 41, 213 Holt, Ed, p. 69, 216, 238 Honeckman, Adam, p. 185, 198 Honn, Kimberly, p. 91 Hopkins, Julie, p. 40, 41 Horn, Jed, p. 69, 201 Horne, Lisa, p. 115 Horrice, Gilbert, p. 91 Hortman, Terrie, p. 115, 186 Houk, Angela, p. 38, 41, 176 Houston, Amy, p. 91, 122 Hove, Jennifer, p. 115, 237 Howard, Kim, p. 115 Howard, Willie, p. 91 Howeth, Phillip, p. 115, 197, 218, 229 Hsu, Alice, p. 69, 192, 195 Hsu, Tom, p. 115, 187, 196, 242, 243 Hubenak, Staci, p. 113, 115, 169, 190 Hughes, Brandon, p. 69, 201 Hughes, Scott, p. 69, 160 Humphrey, Staci, p. 115 Humphrey, Mechelle, p. 115 Humphreys, April, p. 92 Hunt, Allison, p. 69, 75 Hunter, Chris, p. 92, 155, 194, 238 Hunter, David, p. 115 Hunter, Robert, p. 69 Huston, Robin, p. 37, 41, 138, 149, 163, 167, 168, 169, 172, 175, 193, 221 Hutchinson, Andrew, p. 91 HUTSON, JEANINE, p. 23 Hutton, Mike, p. 69, 194, 216 Hyre, John, p. 91, 167 I Irwin, Brian, p. 69 Irwin, Michelle, p. 115 Isaac, Sony, p. 41 Isaaks, Michelle, p. 69 Isbell, Blaine, p. 115, 239 Isbell, Juliet, p. 69, 177, 226, 227, 234, 235 Jack, Amy, p. 69 Jack, Shelby, p. 109, 115, 169 Jackson, Blair, p. 92, 94, 243 Jackson, Jeff, p. 42, 161, 183 Jackson, Tony, p. 92 Jacobs, Albert, p. 92 Jacobs, Connie, p. 208, 209 J akimier, Courtney, p. 69, 153, 165, 195 James, Tomlyn, p. 42, 185 J ancosek, Jill, p. 115 J annuzzi, Dianne, p. 42 Jay, Kathy, p. 36, 42, 140, 176, 238 Jenkins, Cheri, p. 115, 186, 236 JENKINS, JIMMY, p. 23, 117 Jenkins, Yvette, p. 70 Jennings, Mark, p. 42 Jett, Shamia, p. 115 Jimenez, Karen, p. 116, 236 Joe, Julie, p. 65, 70, 184, 197, 198 Joe, Michael, p. 92 Joe, Peter, p. 42, 204 Joe, Sam, p. 42 Johnson, Calvin, p. 70 Johnson, Calvin, p. 116, 201 Johnson, David, p. 116 Johnson, Dayon, p. 207, 208, 209 Johnson, Janice, p. 70 Johnson, Jennifer, p. 116, 194 Johnson, Kirk, p. 92 Johnson, Michael, p. 70 Johnson, Reggie, p. 77, 222, 223 JOHNSON, RON, p. 24 Johnson, Tracy, p. 92 Johnson, Tracy, p. 116 Johnson, Wanda, 201, 209 Jones, Becky, p. 116 Jones, Benita, p. 70. 205 Jones, Holly, p. 116 Jones, Jack, p. 70, 207 Jones, Jason, p. 70 Jones, Johnny, p. 92 Jones, Joseph, p. 70, 196, 213 Jones, Kevin, p. 42, 47 Jones, Lani, p. 116, 166, 169, 186 Jones, Mark, p. 70 Jones, Stanley, p. 42, 142, 177, 185, 188 Jones, Theresa, p. 92 Jones, Tom, p. 92 Jongsma, Roger, p. 42 Jordan, Paul, p. 116 Jordan, Sabra, p. 70 Jordan, Wendy, p. 70, 168, 169, 186 Juarez, Christina, p. 92 Judd, James, p. 116, 190, 239 Junke, Charlie, p. 92, 239 Junke, Kitty, p. 70, 197 Kaman, Geoffrey, p. 70, 205 Karetski, Tolinda, p. 116 Kauffman, John, p. 42, 208, 209 Keen, J arratt, p. 70 Keeter, Marilyn, p. 92 Kehoe, Sean, p. 42, 183 Kehoe, Sloan, p. 92, 194, 238 Kelly, Lee, p. 42, 180,181, 213, 214 Kelly, Todd, p. 92 Kendall, Scott, p. 70 Kennedy, Kim, p. 116 Kent, Darlie, p. 21 Kepler, Chris, p. 92 Key, John, p. 42 Kimmel, Greg, p. 61, 62, 70, 213, 224 KING, BETTY, p. 21 King, Christy, p. 70 King, David, p. 89, 92 King, Iris, p. 92 King, Laurie, p. 92 King, Theresa, p. 116 Kirch, Sybil, p. 92 Kirkpatrick, Cynthia, p. 71, 185, 197 Kithas, Christine, p. 92 Klein, Christopher, p. 116, 119, 169, 218 Knell, Leslie, p. 71, 186 Koepp, Kevin, p. 207 KOFFLER, DANIEL, p. 24 Kopp, Vicky, p. 42, 206 Kotter, Theresa, p. 71 Kressler, Nicole, p. 43 Kressler, Robert, p. 116, 218 Krull, Chris, p. 92, 240 Kucera, Allison, p. 116, 187 Kucera, Andrea, p. 116, 186 Kuhnen, Vincent, p. 43 Kulas, Jennifer, p. 71 L Laabs, Robert, p. 116 Ladd, Cindi, p. 92 Laerence, Pam, p. 92 Lafata, Jennifer, p. 116 Lampka, Karsten, p. 71, 195, 216, 229 Lampka, Wilfried, p. 116, 225 Lampkin, Robert, p. 93, 177 Lane, Jennifer, p. 93, 194, 231, 233 Langerhans, Cherry, p. 116, 219 Langham, Sherry, p.. 116, 119, 194 Lanier, Christin, p. 62, 71 Lanier, Rod, p. 239 Lara, Eddie, p. 116 Larsen, Laura, p. 43 Larson, Lauren, p. 93, 199 Latham, Christopher, p. 43 Lawrence, Becky, p. 93 Lawrence, Edward, p. 67, 71 Lazcano, Alejandro, p. 93 Lazcano, Juan, p. 71 Leach, Jeffrey, p. 71 Index X 251 Leal, Enrico, p. 71, 229 Leal, Melissa, p. 43, 141, 178, 179 I..echner, Rebecca, p. 71, 169 Lee, Barbara, p. 43, 149, 208, 209 Lee, Edmond, p. 71 Lee, Thomas, p. 117 Lehman, Robert, p. 93 Leighton, Kristina, p. 93 LESEMAN, JOHN, p. 24, 228, 244, 245 246 I.ewis, Chris, p. 93 Lewis, Chris, p. 84, 93, 167, 228, 246 Lewis, Mike, p. 117 Lewis, Stephanie, p. 93 Lewis, Tammy, p. 93 Ley, Marcie, p. 93, 237 Lidell, Raymond, p. 71 Lieske, Jeff, p. 93 Liles, Christy, p. 93, 186 Lilley, Pike, p. 71 Lind, Karen, p. 107, 112, 117, 197 Linderman, Robert, p. 71 Lindsay, Jane, p. 71 Linthicum, Shen'y, p. 93 Little, Jennifer, p. 93, 101, 240, 241 Little, Mark, p. 71 Little, Paul, p. 117, 121, 239 Little, Todd, p. 117, 239 Littles, Beverly, p. 117, 186 Livesay, Victoria, p. 71 Loffier, Arthur, p. 43 Log13n6an, Eric, p. 107, 117, 166, 194, 218 Lomas, Mirella, p. 117 Loney, Michael, p. 71 Long, Joel, p. 71 Lopez, Corinne, p. 117 Lopez, Joseph, p. 93 Lopez, Mario, p. 93 Lopez, Paul, p. 199 Loredo, Monica, p. 93 Love, Craig, p. 70, 71, 196 Love, Dawn, p. 93 Lowe, Burk, p. 93, 240 Lozano, Daniel, p. 43 9 LUCKETT, JAMES, p. 24, 204 LUMPKINS, DELLCINUS, p. 24 Lundberg, Bryan, p. 93 Lundberg, John, p. 71, 177 Luttrell, Everette, p. 117, 239 Luttrell, Sheny, p. 43 Lyles, Kristi, p. 186 Lynn, Anthony, p. 93, 97 Lyons, Paul, p. 71 Macias, Hilda, p. 93 Mackey, Karl, p. 93, 174, 216, 224 Mackie, Keller, p. 71 Mackie, Thomas, p. 117 MacMurray, Danny, p. 44 MacMurray, Jennifer, p. 71 Mgzlgux, Markie, p. 117, 121, 197, 226 Magee, Carolyn, p. 117 Magoflin, Melissa, p. 107, 117, 161 Mahlen, Chris, p. 117, 240 Majette, Robin, p. 44, 45, 49, 209 Malane, Tiffany, p. 115 Maldonado, Juan, p. 117 Maldonado, Rosa, p. 71 252 I Index 9 Malik, Amna, p. 93, 184, 194, 198 Malik, Soraya, p. 44, 178 Malone, Charles, p. 184, 208, 209 Malone, Susan, p. 72, 169 Mann, David, p. 117, 161, 218, 229 Mann, Heidi, p. 72 Manning, Jennifer, p. 117 Marquez, Angelique, p. 117, 194 Marquez, Cecilia, p. 44, 208, 209 MARSH, MARY, p. 24 Marshall, Ina, p. 72 Martell, Angela, p. 117, 231, 233 Martin, Kirk, p. 204 Martin, Latricia, p. 94 Martin, Tonya, p. 72, 186 Martinez, Carlos, p. 94 Martinez, John, p. 44 Martinez, Luisa, p. 44, 196, 234 Martinez, Steve, p. 94 Martinez, Sylvia, p. 72 Marvin, Dylan, p. 109, 117, 174, 218, 229 Matkin, Lorri, p. 94, 199 Mattocks, Michelle, p. 117 May, Eric, p. 94 Mayfield, Jeannette, p. 117, 201 McBride, Michelle, p. 94 McCallum, Jennifer, p. 94 McCarthy, Bobby, p. 94 McCarthy, Scott, p. 94 McCLURE, CHARLES, p. 24, 204 McCormick, Angelina, p. 118, 197, 236 McCrary, Denise, p. 72 McCrary, Michael, p. 94 McCuin, Rose, p. 94 McCullough, Kira, p. 43, 49, 177 McCullough, Marvin, p. 94, 216, 217, 229 McDade, Debora, p. 44 McElrath, Jennifer, p. 118, 154, 240 McElroy, Travis, p. 94 McElyea, Gary, p. 44, 141, 204 McGines, Larry, p. 118 McGovern, Ilene, p. 118, 197 McGown, George, p. 33, 44 McGrath, Kelli, p. 72, 76 McGuire, Veronica, p. 118 McKee, Eddie, p. 118, 218, 229 McKinney, Donald, p. 118, 225 McKinney, Meredith, p. 94, 194, 199 McKinney, Michelle, p. 72, 177, 238 McLain, Robbie, p. 72, 229 McLean, Hunter, p. 44, 52, 176 McQueary, Misty, p. 44 McWilliams, Shawna, p. 94 Mealer, Tracy, p. 94 Mear, Steven, p. 44, 46, 139, 164, 177, 183, 184, 185, 197, 198 Medina, Joe, p. 94, 229 Medlock, Samantha, p. 68, 72, 162, 163, 193 Meek, Glennis, p. 44 Meek, Laurie, p. 94, 236 Meeker, Jim, p. 44 Meith, Toby, p. 73 Melton, Bruce, p. 94 Mendoza, Catherine, p. 94, 195 Mendoza, Jesus, p. 73 Mendoza, Renae, p. 94, 236 Mendoza, Sean, p. 73, 201 Metzgar, Matthew, p. 73, 246 Meyer, Rachel, p. 94, 219, 226 Meyer, Scott, p. 73 Meza, Edward, p. 73, 239 Meza, Michael, p. 33, 44, 238 Mier, Armando, p. 94 Mier, Noe, p. 94 Millegan, Jeff, p. 34, 45, 196 Miller, Cathleen, p. 73 MILLER, CORA, p. 23, 24 Miller, Debra, p. 73, 169 Miller, Gwenda, p. 73 Miller, John, p. 208, 209, 237 Miller, Patricia, p. 118 Miller, Ronny, p. 94 Millican, Charlotte, p. 118 Millican, Steve, p. 118, 237 Mills, Kristen, p. 73 Mills, Marcus, p. 118 MITCHELL, JEAN T., p. 24, 184 Mitchell, Tom, p. 45 Mitefi, Mindy, p. 33, 45 Mobley, Jennifer, p. 118 Moglia, Michael, p. 118, 239 Moncrief, Angela, p. 118 Monk, Stephanie, p. 118, 208 Montez, Cathy, p. 73 Montgomery, Kelli, p. 118 Montoya, David, p. 94 Moody, Erma, p. 94 Mooney, Charles, p. 45, 48, 144, 177, 180 181 Moore, Christi, p. 45, 205 Moore, Denise, p. 73 Moore, Kathleen, p. 118, 243 Moore, Link, p. 34, 45 Moore, Robert, p. 95 Mooty, Steven, p. 45, 208 Moreno, Gilbert, p. 95 Moreno, Sandra, p. 118 Moreno, Tony, p. 73, 239 Morgan, J uliann, p. 95, 169 Morgese, Sharon, p. 73, 192, 199 Morris, Mikcresa, p. 95 MORRIS, REGENA, p. 24 Mosqueda, Mary, p. 118 MOSS, JAN, p. 209 Mote, David, p. 95 Mote, Marlon, p. 32, 45, 66. 132, 134, 177, 178, 229, 232 MORTON, LAURA, p. 25 Mulcahy, Jennifer, p. 95 Mulholland, Joe, p. 95, 216, 2 Murphy, Arthur, p. 95 Murphy, Chris, p. 118 MURPHY, MARY, p. 25 Murray, Mike, p. 95 29 MURRAY, NANCY, p. 25, 183 Murray, Rosalyn, p. 95 Murray, Thomas, p. 73, 79 Murrin, Philip, p. 95 Muse, Archie, p. 73 Myracle, Toshie, p. 95, 236 Nabors, Irene, p. 73 NABORS, JOHNNY, p. 24, 25, 156, 222 Nabors, Malinda, p. 73 Nance, Michelle, p. 73, 234 Napora, Jennifer, p. 73 Nations, Scottie, p. 45 Naylor, John, p. 73, 79, 159, 213, 229 Nealy, Antonio, p. 118 Nealy, Willie, p. 95 Needham, Mike, p. 60, 62, 180, 181, 216 Nellen, Walter, p. 95 70, 73, 175 1 Nelson, Brad, p. 118 Nelson, Dennis, p. 119 Nelson, Kathy, p. 95, 236 Nemitz, Jason, p. 95 Nesmith, Shawn, p. 45, 177, 197 Nettles, David, p. 95 Newbern, Natalie, p. 95 Newman, Chad, p. 95, 96 Newman, Kyle, p. 119, 218 Newton, Jeff, p. 113, 119, 237 Newton, Scott, p. 74, 238 Nicholson, Mari, p. 45 Nickelson, Brian, p. 95 Nirrill, Melissa, p. 95 Nobles, Nachelle, p. 119 Noblett, Amy, p. 74 Noel, Burke, p. 119, 240 Nolet, Mark, p. 119, 239 Nolet, Steven, p. 74 Nombrana, Tanya, p. 87, 95 Noriega, Paul, p. 73, 74 Norman, Lee, p. 96, 243 Norris, Jimmie, p. 74 NORTON, LAURA, p. 21, 186 Norton, Michael, p. 96, 194 Oehl, David, p. 96, 103 Oehl, Mark, p. 119, 195 Oge, John, p. 74 O'Keefe, Charles, p. 45, 201 Oliver, George, p. 96, 216 Olvey, David, p. 119, 239 Opperman, Sylvia, p. 45 Oram, Scott, p. 96, 238 O'Rourke, Sean, p. 119, 240 Orozco, Janie, p. 96, 236 Orr, Joe, p. 119 Osman, Billy, p. 96 Otte, Joanna, p. 74, 195 Owen, Brian, p. 96 P Padron, Greg, p. 45 Padron, Stephanie, p. 74, 238 PALMER, HOWARD, p. 25 Palmer, John, p. 96 Palmer, Mark, p. 45, 207 Papaliodis, George, p. 96, 194 Pare, Keith, p. 46, 193 PARHAM, MARY, p. 25 Parish, Yolanda, p. 119, 236 Parker, Andrea, p. 119 Parker, Laurie, p. 96 Parks, Julie, p. 46, 169, 242, 243 Parry, J ennifer, p. 96 Partain, Lance, p. 119 Partin, Linda, p. 119 Passon, Katherine, p. 96 Pastoreck, Gretchen, p. 74 Pate, Chris, p. 33, 46 Patillo, Tom, p. 74, 240 Patten, Ami, p. 74 Patterson, Eureka, p. 96 Patteson, April, p. 119 Paulsen, Paul, p. 73 Payne, Jo Beth, p. 46, 184 Payne, Lori, p. 46 Payne, Tamela, p. 46, 209 Payne, Terrance, p. 96 Pearson, Denison, p. 96, 136 Pedigo, Krissy, p. 31, 46, 136, 149, 167 173, 178, 220, 221 Peebles, Amy, p. 96, 195 Peebles, Clark, p. 74 Pelland, Blain, p. 46 PELLEY, MICKEY, p. 25, 234 Pena, David, p. 46 Pena, Nancy, p. 115, 119 Pence, Holly, p. 74 Pendley, Steve, p. 74 Pennington, David, p. 31, 46 Perez, Cindy, p. 96 Perez, Emanuel, p. 205 Perez, Maria, p. 96 Perez, Sandra, p. 233 Perez, Sylvia, p. 115, 119, 231, 233 Perlstein, David, p. 41, 46, 176, 179 Perritt, Jennifer, p. 34, 46, 49 Perry, AnnJanett, p. 119 Peters, Douglas, p. 74, 183 Peterson, Audrey, p. 96 Peterson, Gary, p. 119 Petite, Gayle, p. 74 Petrie, Danny, p. 61, 74, 166, 238 Petrie, Shawn, p. 47 Pettit, Roby, p. 116, 119, 218 Pfrimmer, Natalie, p. 119 Pfrimmer, Stephen, p. 96 Phillips, Anthony, p. 96 Phillips, Michael, p. 119 Phillips, Patti, p. 74 Phillips, Steven, p. 96, 195, 243 Pickens, Ann, p. 96, 236 Pierce, Diana, p. 97 Pitts, Michael, p. 97, 216 Plenk, Christina, p. 119, 135, 237 Poer, Chris, p. 97 Pohl, Leonard, p. 119, 232 Ponce, Raul, p. 74 Poole, Lisa, p. 74, 175, 180, 181 Pope, Stacy, p. 74 Porter, Beverly, p. 74 PORTER, MAGGIE, p. 25 Porter, Renee, p. 97 Porter, Vemon, p. 97 Portwood, Gib, p. 120, 237 Potts, Michael, p. 120, 239 Powell, Dee Dee, p. 47, 206 Powell, Donna, p. 120, 188 Powell, Steven, p. 97, 239 Powers, Julie, p. 120 Powers, Miaka, p. 120, 196, 236 Powers, MiShon, p. 47, 149, 176, 179, 183, 195, 196 Poynter, Tyrone, p. 93 PRATT, CARTER, p. 25, 194, 195 Prestage, Ronnie, p. 39, 47 Prewitt, Flint, p. 74 PRIDDY, MERLIN, p. 26, 222, 224 Primus, Yvonne, p. 97 Prohaske, Tonia, p. 97 Protzman, Scott, p. 47, 145, 177, 213, 229 Pruitt, Jason, p. 120, 225 Publicover, James, p. 68, 74 Puente, Marco, p. 47, 195 Puente, Roque, p. 44, 74 Puente, Roy, p. 97, 194, 199 Pulido, Melissa, p. 97, 99 Pulido, Rudy, p. 74, 99, 239 Pyeatt, Leigh Ann, p. ss, 97, 174, 195, 219 Pyeatt, Jana, p. 47 Quinn, Erin, p. 74 Quisenberry, Bear, p. 120, 240 Rainbolt, James, p. 85, 97, 240 Ramirez, Carmen, p. 97 Ramos, David, p. 47 Ramsey, Craig, p. 74, 238 Ramsey, Jeffrey, p. 120, 239 Ranker, Ty, p. 47 Ranta, Trisha, p. 47, 207 Rapp, David, p. 196, 120, 121, 161, 174, 194, 218 Ratliff, James, p. 74 Ray, Amos, p. 74 Ray, Jason, p. 97 Reardon, Todd, p. 74 Redford, Stephanie, p. 97 Reese, Steve, p. 47, 176, 213 Reiter, Lanaya, p. 120 Renaud, Chris, p. 120 Rendon, Naomi, p. 97 Renfro, John, p. 97, 240 Reyero, Tracy, p. 47 Reyes, Adelaido, p. 120 Reyes, David, p. 74 Reyes, Edwardo, p. 74 Reyes, Jorge, p. 48 Reyes, Jose, p. 48 Reyes, Sergio, p. 98, 229, 232 Reynolds, Amy, p. 98 Reynolds, Donald, p. 98 Reynolds, Elizabeth, p. 44, 48, 53, 133, 149, 154, 195, 221 Reynolds, Michelle, p. 98, 152 Reynolds, Russel, p. 98 Rhodes, Adraine, p. 74 Richards, Nancy, p. 75 Richards, Raney, p. 83, 86, 98, 172, 174, 219, 243 Richardson, David, p. 48, 177, 213, 229 Richardson, Ezekiel, p. 120 Richardson, Johnny, p. 75 Richman, Cynthia, p. 75 Ricker, Dan, p. 98, 216 Riddel, Christine, p. 60, 64, 75, 195, 243 Riddle, Michael, p. 75 Riley, Robert, p. 48, 143, 213, 228, 229 Riley, Sally, p. 98 Rios, Silvia, p. 98 Rittiner, Paul, p. 98 Roberson, Brandon, p. 120 Roberson, Patrick, p. 75 Roberson, Randy, p. 244, 246 Roberts, Cedric, p. 75, 120 Roberts, Samantha, p. 75 Roberts, Tony, p. 75, 78 Robertson, Lisa, p. 48, 238 Robertson, Patrick, p. 98 Robinson, Allan, p. 75 Robinson, D. J., p. 98, 199 Robinson, Patrick, p. 49 Robinson, Tim, p. 98 Robinson, Tony, p. 75 Robinson, Wesley, p. 98 Rodgers, Craig, p. 86, 216 Rodgers, Latricia, p. 75 Rodgers, Michael, p. 98 Index I 253 Rodgers, Tom, p. 98, 196 Rodriguez, Deanna, p. 120 Rodriguez, Dennis, p. 75 Rodriguez, Jesse, p. 98 Roels, Jennifer, p. 82, 97, 98, 194 Rogers, Bill, p. 120 Rogers, Tracy, p. 75 Rolls, Steve, p. 162, 193 Roodhouse, Sarah, p. 120 Roper, Chad, p. 98 Rosas, Marisela, p. 120 Rose Ross Ross Ross , Julie, p. 48 , Daniel, p. 75 , Derrick, p. 113, 120 , Gerald, p. 222 Ross, Michael, p. 209 Roubinek, Eddie, p. 48 153, 174, Shockley, Michelle, p. 76 Rouse, Nikola, p. 76, 186, 201 Rouse, Tracy, p. 120, 243 ROUTEN, JANE, p. 25 Rowland, Ivette, p. 120 Rowles, Luke, p. 121 RUDD, MARVIN, p. 25 Ruiz, James, p. 98, 199, 204 Runyan, Emily, p. 121, 237 Russell, James, p. 121 Rutella, Paul, p. 121 Rynd, Jason, p. 48, 213 Sager, Robert, p. 98, 216, 239 Sagona, Nicholas, p. 98 Salazar, Michael, p. 121, 240 Saldivar, Maria, p. 121 Salley, John, p. 98 Sanders, Debra, p. 98 Sanders, Felicia, p. 38, 48, 178, 1 Sanders, Glenda, p. 116 Sanders, Mark, p. 76, 213, 229 98 Sanders, Rol, p. 98 Sanderson, Lani, p. 98, 167 Sanderson, Lauren, p. 48 Sands, John, p. 98, 240 Santana, Jose, p. 99 Santana, Lisset, p. 121, 186 Santerre, Vikki, p. 121, 194, 236 Sasala, Mike, p. 121, 186 Savitz, Toby, p. 76 Saxon, Ben, p. 99, 201 Saylor, Angelin, p. 121, 194, 238 Saylor, Mike, p. 48, 51, 138, 152, 178, 183, 213, 245 Scaling, Roger, p. 121 Schaefer, Sharla, p. 99, 167, 199 Schilling, Missy, p. 99, 101, 240 Schlegel, Cathleen, p. 49 Schmeits, Kelly, p. 76, 237 Scholtzhauer, J en, p. 99 Schomate, Pricilla, p. 208, 209 Schroeder, Charlotte, p. 121 Schroder, Scott, p. 69, 76 Schuller, Joris, p. 76, 169, 177, 183, 238 Schuller, Mirjam, p. 99, 195, 238 Schultie, Tracie, p. 99, 188, 199, 236 SCHUSTER, SHIRLEY, p. 25 Scoggin, Russell, p. 121, 196, 201 Scott, Jet1', p. 122, 218 Scott, Paul, p. 73, 76, 213, 229 Scott, Sean, p. 122 Scott, Simone, p. 122 254 l Index Sealy, Brad, p. 122 Seay, Diane, p. 122 Seay, Kathy, p. 99, 206 Seel, Shane, p. 99 Sellers, Benjamin, p. 76 Sellers, Jennifer, p. 91, 99, 199, 236 Sepp, Cindy, p. 70 Sevadjian, Sara, p. 122 Shadix, Cheryl, p. 122 Shadix, Tony, p. 76 Shatfer, Shannon, p. 76 Shannon, Kelly, p. 122 Shannon, Shelley, p. 122, 169 Shaw, Sabrina, p. 99 Shaw, Susan, p. 122, 231, 233 Sherbert, Catherine, p. 99 Sherbert, Michelle, p. 49 Sheggum, Jason, p. 93, 99, 167, 169, 183, 1 Shockley, Shea, p. 99 Sholars, Mary, p. 99, 186, 201 Shrove, Kristen, p. 47, 49, 162, 193 Shuler, Chris, p. 121 Shuler, Michael, p. 121 Shultz, Brian, p. 99 Siler, Allyson, p. 122, 231, 233 Siler, Glenn, p. 49, 240 Sills, Jeff, p. 99 Silman, Jennifer, p. 99, 100 Simington, Bryan, p. 122 Simmonds, Mickey, p. 49, 238 Simmons, Jase, p. 49, 141, 183, 197, 243 Simpson, Karen, p. 99 Sims, Kristin, p. 99 Sinku, Chris, p. 122 SIVERS, NORNIA, p. 15, 195 Skiles, Jason, p. 122, 218, 229 Skinner, Randy, p. 49, 204 Sloan, John, p. 62, 66, 77, 155, 213, 244 Small, J ennell, p. 99 Smallwood, Darren, p. 49, 161, 195 Smart, Mike, p. 122, 229 Smelko, Karen, p. 49, 144, 177, 180, 181, 182 Smith, Amanda, p. 122, 240 Smith, Bridgett, p. 169 Smith, Britt, p. 99, 225 Smith, Cedric, p. 201 Smith, Chris, p. 62, 69, 77, 194, 245 Smith, Cindy, p. 77, 201 Smith, Greg, p. 49, 205 Smith, Hunter, p. 84, 99, 194, 239 Smith, James, p.83, 99, 160, 216, 229 Smith, Jason, p. 100 Smith, Kevin, p. 77 Smith, Mark, p. 50 Smith, Matthew, p. 49 Smith, Michael, p. 77, 229 Smith, Michelle, p. 100, 194 Smith, Stephanie, p. 50, 166 Smith, Susan, p. 100 Smith, Troy, p. 107, 122, 152, 194, 218 Smyth, Shelley, p. 109, 123, 169, 174, 243 Snell, Whitni, p. 77, 207 Snyder, Heather, p. 88, 99, 100, 115, 206 Snyder, Jill, p. 50, 196 Snyder, Saray, p. 100 Soria, Myria, p. 100 Sosa, Elsa, p. 50, 230 Sosa, Eulalio, p. 50, 142 Sosa, Tony, p. 100 Sparks, Steve, p. 100, 240 Speairs, Scott, p. 100 Spears, Grady, p. 50 Spears, Paige, p. 100, 165 Spears, Shannon, p. 100 Speer, Alyson, p. 50, 193 Speer, Marshall, p. 123 Spencer, Bonnie, p. 77 Spencer, Chris, p. 209 Stansbury, Brenda, p. 123 Steed, Kristie, p. 100 Stephens, Bob, p. 123 Stephens, Ivette, p. 100 Stephens, Wade, p. 123 Sterling, Patricia, p. 77 Stevens, Julian, p. 77, 194 Stevens, Mark, p. 77, 213 Stewart, Chris, p. 123, 201 Steward, Nikki, p. 100 Stickel, Robert, p. 123, 218 Stober, Ivan, p. 77, 199 Stohlmann, Erik, p. 100, 196, 216, 217 Stone, Clinton, p. 77, 199, 216 Stone, Max, p. 123, 218 Stone, Neil, p. 75, 77, 155, 175, 180 181 212, 21 3, 229 Stout, Terri, p. 123 STOVALL, DONA LEE, p. 25 Stovall, Kandis, p. 50 Stratton, Christy, p. 100, 195 Stripling, Jason, p. 100 Strode, Marlow, p. 50, 179 Strong, Otis, p. 123 Sturgiss, Bryan, p. 100, 188, 190 Styles, Duaine, p. 100, 186, 196, 229, 232 Suarez, Lisa, p. 77, 234 Sullivan, Sean, p. 123 Summers Summers Summers Swecker, Sweeney, , A. J ., p. 100 , Bryan, p. 77, 238 , J errie, p. 100 David, p. 123 Jennifer, p. 123, 194, 238 Sweet, Kelly, p. 100, 199 SZOT, LINDA, p. 25 T Talley, Cathy, p. 101 Talton, Sallie, p. 50 Tarrant, Carol, p. 123 Tarrant, Jana, p. 50 TATE, H. MAHLON, p. 26 Taylor, Anna, p. 101 Taylor, Anthony, p. 77 Taylor, Antonia, p. 101 Taylor, D Taylor, D Taylor, G awn, p. 101 onovan, p. 77 loria, p. 101 Taylor, Jessie, p. 123 Taylor, John, p. 101 TAYLOR, ROSEMARY, p. 20, 26 Taylor, Tiffany, p. 123, 194 Taylor, Torrance, 123 Teel, Keaten, p. 101 TESTA, MARYAN N, p. 26, 208 Theobald, Rudy, p. 50 Thigpen, 199 Lisa, p. 68, 77, 188, 19 Thomas, Adrian, p. 77 Thomas, Clint, p. 123 THOMAS, JERRY, p. 26, 225 Thomas, Lawanda, p. 77 Thomas, Regina, p. 101, 236 Thomas, Yolanda, p. 124, 236 Thompson, Cathy, p. 101 1 Thompson, Charlotte, p. 77 Thompson, Cheryl, p. 77, 206 Thompson, Chris, p. 124, 218 Thompson, Christy, p. 124 Thompson, Jack, p. 208, 209 Thompson, John, p. 124, 208 Thompson, Stacey, p. 101 Thompson, Timothy, p. 124, 197, 240 Thompson, Tracey, p. 50, 146, 177, 180, 181, 184, 197 Thomsen, Oliver, p. 77, 195 Thomtield, Peter, p. 50 Thornton, Bart, p. 36, 50, 135, 178, 183, 184, 185 Throwar, Lewie, p. 101, 201 Tidwell, April, p. 101, 226 Tidwell, Bryan, p. 101, 216, 226 Tierce, Lisa, p. 124, 169, 219 Tilbury, Korry, p. 124 Timms, L. C., p. 61, 77, 213, 215, 222, 223 Timms, Sheree, p. 67, 77, 201, 234 Tims, Bryan, p. 124 Tims, Krista, p. 101, 194 Tinsley, Melissa, p. 41, 51 Tomlinson, Gregg, p. 32, 51, 178 Toothe, Shelby, p. 51 Torres, Danny, p. 46, 51, 213 Traver, Leslie, p. 101 Traywick, Karen, p. 124 Triptow, Toby, p. 77, 240 Trott, Ryan, p. 101, 194 Tnrjillo, Carla, p. 124 Tnrjillo, Lisa, p. 77, 233 Tnrjillo, Raquel, p. 51, 206 Tucker, Davy, p. 77, 238 Tumma, Julie, p. 124, 187, 197 Turpin, Carol, p. 51, 205 Tweed, Curt, p. 84, 101 Tyson, Yolanda, p. 77 Unsworth, Julie, p. 124 Urquhart, David, p. 68, 92, 101, 163, 169, 193, 199 Valadez, Belinda, p. 77 Valdez, Lisa, p. 78 Valdez, Phillip, p. 101 Van Aken, David, p. 101, 195 Vandever, Keely, p. 101 Vandever, Melissa, p. 78 Van Hofwegen, Nathan, p. 51, 213 VAN METER, ARCH, p. 26, 160, 177 Vanya, Roddy, p. 78 Vargas, Charles, p. 101 Vargas, Frank, p. 51, 213 Vargas, Hugo, p. 78 Vargas, Sean,p. 124, 186 Vargas, Victor, p. 124, 184 Vargigll, Suzanne, p. 31, 51, 153, 160, 178, 1 Vamer, Jason, p. 78, 216, 229 Vasquez, Jaime, p. 51, 204 Vazquez, David, p. 124 VEGA, RAMON, p. 19, 97 Vega, Robert, p. 101 Vega, Trinidad, p. 51 VINSON, JOAN, p. 24, 26, 177 Vogel, Barnett, 124, 183, 229 Vogel, Tanya, p. 124 Von Collenberg, Pam, p. 124, 243 Vowell, Heather, p. 101 Wagnon, Laurie, p. 78 Walker, Chad, p. 102 Walker, Chad, p. 124, 218 Walker, Chris, p. 102 Walker, Melanie, p. 72, 78 Walker, Samantha, p. 102 Walker, Shannon, p. 124 Wallace, William, p. 124 Walsingham, Robert, p. 78, 188 Walstrom, Jason, p. 124 Walstrom, Laura, p. 102 Waltrip, William, p. 78, 156 Ward, Donald, p. 51, 188 Ward, Scott, p. 52, 190, 237 Warila, Christal, p. 124 WARREN, JACK, p. 26, 236, 238 Washington, Detra, p. 78 Washington, Markus, p. 102 Watson, Jeffrey, p. 52, 204, 207 Watson, Mike, p. 125 Watson, Philip, p. 102 Webb, Ratree, p. 125, 186 Webster, Emily, p. 33, 52, 208 Webster, Mattie, p. 102 Webster, Rodney, p. 78 Webster, Rosie, p. 125 Weeks, Dustin, p. 125 Wells, Angela, p. 123, 125, 168, 169, 237 Wells, Dianna, p. 78 Wells, Eric, p. 125, 169 Wentz, Janet, p. 52 Wesley, Connie, p. 125 WESLEY, WILBURN, p. 26 West, Bryan, 78, 240 West, Dacia, p. 102 West, Lonaine, p. 102 Westerheide, Steve, p. 78 Westem, Carl, p. 102, 204 Whatley, Stephen, p. 102 Whitaker, Chris, p. 125 White White White White White White White , Catherine, p, 78 , David, p. 102 , La Donna, p. 52 , Lisa, p. 102 , Kristin, p. 102 , Michael, p. 52 , Micheaux, p. 125, 231, 233 White, Susan, p. 78 Whitling, Lisa, p. 102 Wilkinson, Brett, p. 78, 86, 102, 199 Willia Willia Willia Willia ms, Cherie, p. 78, 226, 231, 233 ms, David, p. 125 ms, Dawn, p. 52 ms, Elizabeth, p. 102, 206 WILLIAMS, JAMES, p. 21 Willia Willia Willia Willia Willia Willia Willia Willia ms, John, p. 52, 169 ms, Leigh Ann, p. 125, 237 ms, Meredith, p. 52, 221 ms, Michael, p. 89, 102, 222 ms, Misty, p. 52, 205 ms, Pamela, p. 52, 208, 209 ms, Steven, p. 102, 201 ms, Steven, p. 102 Williams, Travis, p. 78 Willia mson, Todd, p. 78 Willis, Marcia, p. 78 Willis, Maurice, p. 78 Willis, Suzanne, p. 79 Willis, Octavia, p. 102 Willy, Laura, p. 52 Wilson, Alexis, p. 61, 79, 171, 173, 177, 180, 181 Wilson, Angela, p. 103 Wilson, Dawn, p. 38, 52, 208, 209 Wilson, Greg, p. 102 Wilson, John, p. 90, 103 Wilson, Keith, p. 125 Wilson, Matthew, p. 53 Wilson, Rodney, p. 103 Wingo, Michelle, p. 103 Witclzier, Jill, p. 46, 53, 177, 180, 181, 242 24 Witherite, Kristin, p. 103, 237 WITHERSPOON, DONYA, p. 26, 38 178 Witherspoon, Jennifer, p. 79 WITTER, PAULA, p. 26 Wogoman, Donald, p. 103 Wolfe, Courtney, p. 53, 205 Wolfe, Malinda, p. 79 Womble, Aimee, p. 79, 160, 169 Wood, Carrie, p. 125, 219, 243 Wood, Cindy, p. 103, 196, 231, 233 Wood, Wendy, p. 53, 143, 168, 169, 176 240, 241 Wooden, Bobby, p. 125 Woods, John, p. 209 Woods, Trudy, p. 125 Woodson, Chad, p. 125, 236 WOODSON, JAMES, p. 20 Woodward, VVhitney, p. 79 Wooten, Cherish, p. 53 Worley, Beth, p. 115, 125 Wray, Dena, p. 79, 159 Wright, Calvin, p. 79 Wright, Connie, p. 79, 191 Wright, Connie, p. 103 Wright, Karlyn, p. 53, 177, 198 WRIGHT, PHYLLIS, p. 26 Wright, Robin, p. 79 Wright, Sandra, p. 103 Wright, Wendy, p. 53, 206 Y Yarbrough, Jamie, p. 125, 237 Yordrum, Parchart, p. 103 Young, Clint, p. 79, 177, 243 Young, David, p. 82, 83, 103, 174 Young, Paul, 125 YOUNG, REGINAL, p. 26 Z Zachry, Christine, p. 74, 79, 160 Zaskoda, J ay, p. 125 Zaskoda, J aynel, p. 79 Zepeda, Roxanne, p. 103, 167, 199 Zimmer, Susan, p. 79, 206 Zimmer, Tracy, p. 103 Zimmerman, Dusty, p. 79, 201 Zimmerman, Eric, p. 79, 240 Zimmerman, Lance, p. 114, 125 Zuber, Donna, p. 53, 205 Zuniga, Rosa, p. 125 Zurawski, Christine, p. 103 Index I 255 ORGANIZATIONS Charles Mooney SPORTS Kathy Hendrickson STUDENT LIFE Tracey Thompson PHOTOGRAPHERS Rudy Garcia Jim Dulaney EDITOR S PAGE SPECIAL THANKS Dr. and Mrs. John Smelko Lorraine Mendiola Rufino Alvarez Jacqulyn Curry David Dixon Donya Witherspoon Quint Russell Tammy Henderson Rudy Garcia Shelley Bourke Missy Dill Taylor Glamourcraft Studio 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