Arlington High School - Colt Corral Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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V i- ,',"w" '15--W ' -ia CORNER"'RUG N fi STORE gi-mm l l CGRN SMMIM W ffEFiAW+ 5--..-0 LMC' Af ll i u MJT! i M if ip, ' I f an YJ , " nfvill + rfffi'-fi ' l Q I i iligggif M I Downtown Arlington was once L1 gather- ing place of many of thc citizens. The well in the middle of the street was the center of at- traciion. 'Qt' nm-nnmwx is 'H gl mr' I M .. -A I I . v , 4 X '11--gwuvw , y--- f-W ' A-1 M' '--M----Y f ,., ' n ,, F---W E-avg ,V . v ..----gn Q I . Q 4 4 1 Q' l, L 30,5 Q J NTVM, ..... , . .5 an Q A T, 1 3 ' ' f. Q 1 M 5 ...Sf " ' 0 L 'K , af 1? ...,,,,,-:vq- .4-' A-M-:ug W.-J ,ff Q 1 I i 'tous-:ns..,Q,,af,, 4, " 'l'lug ' K... Wwfa 5'1 ,Xin W, L 2 an ,- nm M Q Wk ..' M ,Z an .,M,,,,'. 'L .ng J, fv nfl ,1",,,, , ,, 1 5 l Mi A Q nw Wal Q., .X Arif ' 1 1a.'4Q!'1,"l:, HRM- ' vw fl M." ,g :Qf1f':r W in 'fu,fiqfM"j'ME ' K W Mlmvf gf A M 1 "' M5 WLS' xu. -W ...- .. V .nn Ml -.-A ' Q Q if 1 Q. 1 fl is MJLTW--w--'H' l..,..,..,...-W Wg' 'i'. fl .wi f QP' 1" , H? 5f???Ygw -1 r' V. '12 ff, films. X l WM ,,,, ,. -......-W As anyone can see, the change in cars from 1916 to 1960 is remarkable. The car of '60 contams all the luxuries and conveniences of tlus modern age. f 1 'M 52 47 ' va, ,, 1, f, 15 M. A M" if is ' ' Q 1 ,.'. .gM5V,s,,,1 g 915-4725!-E 5 i V ' fr F 5, 1 7E"?'w.Haig.L5J kk, Y. , rl' 'n W .s'.'ffg1.ff - ., - nw, Q A . ' ' ' W1 S un H H RQ :- E QR x A The football player of the past is repre- sented by Robert Fielder. Robert was a very ' nt member of his class. He was promme graduated from Arlington High School in ' ' ' ' f the 1925. Mr. Fielder is the originator o Fielder Award for outstanding students. He is uite a contrast of the football player of to- Cl day. 1 The 1960 verslon of a football player 15 Steve Brennmg Steve played football on the Colt A Team Besxdes football he 15 also youtstandmg rn track and baseball Steve has 'represented lus Freshman Class as pres1dent and favorrte He IS certamly a good example yof the Progresswe 60. mmmmmm.,i,,4mp ,Y , ,N 1 1. M , um, lu- lm M M, in 'S - new-sv-,. wi1, fl, 1 Jw V ' t, .ff , fb .7 55 , " , U? 55 ,img 5 1 it Avi fl ll Jw if ,L ' .gf " :Eh ' 5 - ' 6 ianhwm- W ,W , if Yjjllv" . ' ' .M M. ,,,, V .ii - Q .M I ,,YL,M,lllii1'.: if Q lk' l 5 -, fl 4 Il i ff ff' fv--1 5 , ap. gm: The main building of Arlington High School was first built in the year 1934. Its years of service will long be remembered by its ex-students. gre f e i . 1' if' K ' if Y l ww ' 'V V 1 g 2 Hiring K ,,W,Wm, , s ,, 3 1 E513 5 XM i' 4 ' . Q. ff:l1flfJ'f :kf2I,lllGIllfl :ull 1 W. In contrast to the former high school, a new building was erected in 1956. All of the students and faculty regarded the new school with praise and admiration. l if mv Q. u-w.,,,fw1 M ll .mmwxw !?illlnnu-- FACU LTY 1 3 1 F" mx-,H -5 iff J xy. f Jw. gg,- 4 2 3? f 4 orrlcs or: Supe rintendent MR. JAMES W. MARTIN Superintendent DMI ISTR TIO ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ns wmv run: new Anuncnau. Tun Students: To all of us who are associated with our school system, your education is our first concern. You are living some of the most important days of your lives. We glory in your enthusiasm, your interest in the world around you, and we are mindful of the obligation we have to provide you with a foundation adequate to your future. That future will measure the effectiveness of this foundation. Sincerely, ames W. Martin JWM:f MRS. DIXIE FOWLER Secretary to Mr. Martin lu MRS. DELOISE KEATING NIR, ROY WOOD SEC- T0 MF- CO'-mfs Assistant Superintendent-Finance INIRS. STELLA HLIVKO' DIR. WOODROW COUNTS Sec. to Mr. Wood Assistant Superintendent-Education OFFICE Board of Education L to R, Mr. Guy Hutcheson. Mr. Fred Cook, Mr, Jim Finch, Mr. Clyde Ashworth. Mr. joe Bailey, Mr Floyd Gunn, and Mr. Odell Shackelford. 41 -J -,. T'-i ,Q MR. JOHN WEBB dfrlinglon fublic Scltoofd olrlinglon, 5exaJ CFRCE OF Prlncigal V- Y Hay, 1960 To the Student Body: We are very eppreciatlve to the student body for your work And cooperation which I-uve nada 1959-60 a very succeuful year at Arlington High School. This Annual will be A source of pleuure in the future in helping yov remember school-day friends and activities which you enjoyed. Our sincere thanks to the Annual Stuff and their lpcnlors for their work. Sincerely, I 1 ff John H. Webb Principal .. .. " dl' EXECUTIVE MRS. AUDINE WHITTEN, Secretary OFFICE OF: y 1 - 494 ,a-. if DEPARTME T , , u m 'n '5, '51 ' x"'Y'W5W'L HMWMMWMNVHEM vmkwwwm MR. HAROLD KEY, Vice-principal afrlinglon Public sclwold dfrfingtan, Zexau May, 1960 To The Annual Staff: We are proud of you for your interest and enthusiasm, for your hard work and determination. These fine qunlitios have contributed so much to the preservation, in our annual, of pleasant memories of the 1959-60 school year. Sincereln, W LM .Q H. w. Key 'ff ., www. e ...ef , A, 5 ' 5 MR- JERRY SMITH MISS MAM112 PRICE Counselor Dean of Girls MRS. HELEN STRICKLAND Supervisor MRS. NEWANA COUNTS MRS. JUANITA SKELTON Nurse Speech Therapist 20 Miss Stinson Mfg, Joyner, Mr. Cullers, and Miss Farr work on sets for the senior play. ARTS STIM U LATE CU LTURE MISS ERNESTINE FARR, B.S. S.H.S.T.C., Huntsville Journalism MISS SUE STINSON B. S. University of Texas, Austin Speech MRS. ARISTA JOYNER, MR. J. EDGAR CULLERS, B.F.A. B.S., M.A. University of South Dakota N.T.S.C., Denton Vermillion, South Dakota C.S.C.E., Greely, Colorado Art Mechanical Drawing MRS. MILDRED SHUPEE, B.S. T.W.U., Denton Bookkeeping II Typing BUSI ESS -- KEY TO SUCC SS A thorough knowledge of busmess machmes rs essentral say Mrs Crouch Mrs Shupee Mrs Lands, and Mrs. Sherrod Miss Glass points out the fundamentals of diagramming to bliss Evans and Mrs. Mukisek. MISS MARION GLASS, B.S. N.T.S.C., Denton English GLISH....A MUST X f MISS ELO EVANS, B.S.E. H.S.T.C., Arkansas English MRS. BOBBIE MUKISEK, B.A. T.C.U., Fort Worth English Mrs. Mary Galvan, Miss Elizabeth Amos, Mr. Newell Faulkner, and Mrs. Frances Campbell demonstrate the different at- titudes toward grading papers. FOR ALL ff MRS. MARY GALVAN- F -'F . , BA., MA. A 5 y E.T.S.C. Commerce Q, 3 English F' ' , r 'Miz :n 'QQY' rlsls lr,r 'l,r MR. NEWELL FAULKNER--B. S. T.C.U. Fort Worth English F ' llll 'M ll. llf' ' , "l, ' w ll"f' "ll llli ll. 'lll M ,,llTi"l1fl'l1Wl'll"f'il'l'll'l'lllllllli ,N M 3 Wy l,NN V iiwwwiliwWWwill llll F ml i MRS. FRANCES CAMPBELL--A. B. Trinity University, San Antonio English MISS ELIZABETH AMOS--B. A., M. Ed T.WC., Fort Worth N.T.S.C, Denton English 3 u M. J' '?Q",E'3l'll"i' N. ,gr,.4,v,1-. ww 1. i, Miss Roddy, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Lacey, and Mrs. Simms look over the encyclopedias in the library. Mus. VERA B. LACEY, B.s., M.A. NT.S.C. Denton English STUDE T MRS. ANN FLEMING, B.A., M.L.S. T.W.U. Denton Librarian 25 MRS. BOBBYE SIMMS, B. A., M. A. N.T.S.C. Denton English MISS MELBA RODDY, B.A M. Ed. S.M.U. Dallas English MR. NORMAN XVHITLOCK, B.A. N.T.S.C., Denton Spanish I FOREIG LA MRS. NADINE BARK A., M. Ed. E.T.S.C., Commerce Latin I, II Andi!" ER, MRS. DOROTHY HOL LAND, A.B. E.T.S.C., Commerce Spanish I, II GLIAGES PRGVIDE VARIATIO Mrs. Barker shows Mrs. Holland and Mr. Whitlock the Latin version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears ' ' 0 EE T A' F Miss Butler. Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Baker and Mr. Crouch clon't seem to be paying much att6r1fiOFl i0 their math' M TH OPE S MANY DOORS MRS. LOU BAKER, B.A. Trinity University, San An- tonio Algebra I l 'Th MR. JAMES CROUCH, B.S A. 8: M. College Station Business Math MRS. MAX BREWER, MISS NORA BUTLER, B.S., M.S. B.A., M.A. E.T.S.C. Commerce N.T.S.C. Denton Business Math Geometry Plane Geometry Trigonometry I Mrs. Price shows Mrs. Paysinger and Mrs. Drake the fundamentals of a graph. MRS. HELEN DRAKE, B.A. Baylor University, Waco Algebra II MRS. MARIAN PAY- S.M.U., Dallas T.W.C., Ft. Worth Plane Geometry Advanced Math SINGER, B.A.g M.A. MRS. IRENE PRICE, B.A. Trinity University, San Antonio Algebra II MRS. CHRISTINE HEWITT, B.A. N.T.S.C., Denton Algebra II Business Math MISS JANE ELLIS, B.A.g M. Ed. T.S.C.W., Denton N.T.S.C., Denton Music W 1. DEAN COREY, AB. 5 ii C M C N University of Cincinnati, 2 Cincinngti, Ohio Q Z" 'K' College oi Music, Cincinnati, Ohio Music is mil E , W " ' 3 it N xi i N i ii MUSIC PROVIDESE TERTAI ME T 30 Coach Curlee and Coach Garrett are interesting bystanders as Miss Heverly makes a basket. P. E. TEACHERS SUPPLY STUDE TS Austin College, Sherman Football, A Team Basketball Golf Drivers Education MR. SAM CURLEE, B.A. MR. JIMMY GARRETT, B.S. E.T.S.C., Commerce Football, B Team Physical Education American History MISS ROBERTA HEVERLY Baylor University, Waco Physical Education Coach Malone shows Coach Nohavitza, Iwlrs. Turney and Coach Thompson the correct techniques of volleyball. ITH HGLESGME RECRE TIO B.S., M.E. T.C.U., Fort Worth Football A Team Baseball Physical Education American History lNlR. ELO NOHAVITZA, V B.A., lNI.Ecl. Texas A ik M, College Station Football, A Team Basketball Drivers Education 5, 549' MR. DOYLE MALONE, MR. GUY SHAW THOMPSON, B.S T.C.U., Fort Worth Football, B Team Track Physical Education ROY MORRISON, B.S. Texas A 8: M, Bryan Biology SCIENC ...STUDY B.A., M.S. T.U., Austin N.T.S.C., Denton Biology BERTA MAE POPE B.S., M. ED. N.T.S.C., Denton T.W.C., Ft. Worth Chemistry CATHERINE WILLIAMS, The smiles of Mrs. Pope, Mr. Morrison, and Mrs. Williams indicate that the photosynthesis reaction may have taken place within them. W 1 MARY CLEMENTS, B.S., FRANK COLLINS, B.S., M. ED. M. ED. S.M.U., Dallas H.S.U., Abilene T.W.C., Ft. Wforth McMurry College, Abilene Biology Biology Chemistry OF THE PHYSICAL WORLD C. C. DUFF, B.A., M. ED. Howard Payne, Brown- wood S.M.U., Dallas Physics MARGARET FRY, B.S M.S. N.T.S.C., Denton Texas Tech, Lubbock Biology Mr Duff Mrs Clements Mrs Fry and Mr Collins display interest centers used in their classes Q " X., " In ' mf- -iv ., , I A. uf..., ' Mr. Clark and Miss Butler look quite interested as Mrs. Gardner displays the world map, MAPS, PROJ ECTS, REPQRT J. DON CLARK, B.A. Texas Tech, Lubbock American History 34 PEARL BUTLER, B.A., M. ED. H.S.U., Abilene T.C.U., Ft. Worth American History ELIZABETH B. GARD NER, B.S., M. ED. Delta State Teachers College, Cleveland, Mississippi World History Mrs. Johns, Mr. Kelley, and Mrs. Snodgrass discuss our changing flag, ADD TO SOCIAL SCIENC MRS. GERTRUDE JOHNS, B.A., M.A. N.T.S.C., Denton T.C.U., Fort Wordn Civics-Sociology MR. J. R. KELLEY, B.S. Northeast Louisiana State College, Monroe, Louisiana Economics-Civics FUN SNODGRASS B.A 'U' 'fr j T.W.U. Denton i .3 lx ll J ll Q . l l 9 M MRS. ENA RAY if l in j - l' , ' ' Mr. Land thinks he is lucky to have such co-workers as Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Parr. AS 0OO E E MRS. NATALEE PARR Arlington State College, Arlington S.M.U., Dallas American History 36 MR. PHILIP N. LAND N.T.S.C., Denton Civics-Texas History MRS. MARY JUAN HARRIS, B.A. University of Texas, Austin World History sl 3. .-' ,. MR. PAUL BOO1-IER, B.A. MR. E.A. ROQUEMORE, MR. JOHN RITTER B A N. T. S. C., Denton B.S., M.A. M.A. Industrial Arts S.H.S.T.C., Huntsville N.T.S.C., Denton Vocational Agriculture Shop 1 MRS. VADA C. TURNHAM, B.S. Texas Technological College, Lubbock Home Economics MRS. CARILETA ROSS, B.S. A.S.C., Arlington T.W.U., Denton Home Economics FUTURE VQCATIO S PLANNED i E 2 1 1,17 i l if . Q x . . AYP! l'l"'WM'i X 21, E, J -swf 4. C t along with Mr. Booher and Mr. Ritter it? fl? .fb X,4,A . t M.. Q mmsi, W. :Qi Mgt i V-wwxizii W-wlillll S means Mrs. Rush and Mrs. johnson serve the noon meal. Mrs. Ellen Bushee, Director, busily P R E P R E L LI N C The cafeteria ladies prepare and serve over 500 nourishing meals each day. Working in this capacity are: Mrs. Ellen Busbee, director, Mrs. Blance jones, Mrs. Winona Rush, Mrs. Helen Sherrill, and Mrs, Mary johnson. makes change. Mrs. jones and Mrs. Sherrill prepare lunch. Miss Mamie Murphy School Dietition 38 The school custodians work in two shifts to keep our huge educational plant in operation. H Working behind the scenes are: Mr. Pete Henz, custodial en- gineer, Mr. Walter Howell, Mr. Max Damon Mr. . B. Nowlin , ,l , Mr. Alvin Brooks, and Mr. 5 Charlie Mercer. 3 4 Mr. Brooks, Mr. Damon, and Mr. Nowlin perform their nightly tasks CUSTODIA S WGRK BEHI D 'Le-gif TH E SCENES -'iff Pete Henz, Custodial Engineer, lowers the flag. Mr. Howell and Mr. Mercer with the tools of their trade. ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES , -'V , wr- ' 1 - ' HP' 'ull L' ' J f:f.g?12'feFfEf5w F , g32Em,d?Ff,,1 F i f :k5.pg,g i- W ' fwgy ,fix -1 1 VJ . . ,. K Y ,V 455gQ4?.if a.,L L. w -Q3 - , I '13f3X?Si ,. ,ff -L ff n-fra I . sfgggiffz 4 ,,, R3 1 af g 51553 , 93 Q1 5 1 3 X,,,, ,wg ' .fi , 1 if Fifi 51Eg.Q5aA 'fsfiftfe 4 554 Faculty and Students: Serving as your Student Body President, and representing such a fine student body has been a great honor and privilege this past year. This year the Student Council sponsored many activities, and I would like to thank all of the members, students, and faculty for their hard work in making these activities such a success. I hope that I have represented our school and directed the council in a way which will be abreast with the high standards of Arlington High School. Sincerely, p wi w, . 1 yy by X fi ' C i ' fre C '3 .2 C 1' " s i ... l V 5, 'Riff A A." Y f 2 fl 1 i V fl Ill , ,Q if .. - A f: 2. , 1, F 4 ,. C4 VV V X151 f -L 3 f A ,p I X fl We at 'S fbi? il' 4 - A .. K3 ' Q . 'V 'S' I . 2 3 2 ,K 3. c if " ' - ::, i .3 C ,, A f ' 'Q , it Q, if- i i 5 - , r s lllnll.x .ar i f a H a First Row: Atkins, August, Bogard, Brewer, Bucher, Burney, I. Burress, 1. Burress, D. Campbell. Second Row: S1 Campbell, Carlson, Carmichael, Clifton, Cofer. Collins, Cravens, Creswell, Duke. Third Row: East, Fabel, Gibbs, Goolsby, Graham, Guzman, Halsey, Hand, Hardy. Fourth Row: Hart, Hollingsworth, Hooley, Hubbard, Huffman, Humphreys, Inlow, john- son, jones. Student CouncH The officers of the Student Council are from left to right: Ronny jones-Sergeant-at-Arms, joy Bur- ress-Secretary-Treasurerg john Tierce-President, Benny Ho1lingsworth-Vice-Presidentg and E. L. Atkins-Parliamentarian. 43 The Student Council, the backbone of student body organization, provides training in leadership, citizen- ship, and government. Headed by an executive com- mittee, the Student Council is composed of representa- tives chosen from each home room that meet every two weeks to work out any problems arising in the student body. This organization has done much to promote good will and harmony between faculty and students, and school spirit throughout its many years of exist- ence. By hard work the Student Council has provided A. H. S. with such articles as a flag and hi-fi equip- ment and has succeeded in obtaining sponsorship of our foreign student, Leslie McFadden. It also sponsors such extra-curricular activities as the Valentine Dance, Western Day, Twirp Week, Homecoming, and the Halloween Carnival. . ..... Backbone of A. H. S. U l First Row: Keating, Lincoln, McClellan, McIntosh, McMurtrey, Massey, Niles, O'l-Iare, N. Parker. Second Row: S. Parker Pirkle, Pool, Post, Prather, Ragland, Reed, Reese, Seward. Third Row: J. Smith, Ste-pp, Sutherland, Tierce, Tucker, Usher Watkins, Weatherall, Wilson. Fourth Row: J. Young, R. Young. Sponsors: Mrs. Johns, Mr. Smith. Nor Pictured: Bost, Mc Amis, Murpheacy, Phillips. i 'H' 1 'iv 7 'Y F i 1, ...., i l fs r V,f"'w,-yi e ,. pf Q. y - V S fx p . .E ,fi zzi i' H 1 , H . +L, in ii fats. fl - IZ 'i" ':'.i si ' . H ,,, Z ' V' J.,.,f, V ., ,.. , , g y , , an if Q :il 9 'Mgt iff '..i 1. . . S an .. .. S ...rl. . -'K a i - n h ff N. lah... i i . ' i i . , ,.., 5' 5 iw 'g 1 eili . . .... . A , ,..,,.i,., - f. an -- A ' gq A.j,5g.ea'2 53 5 .35 7 S e a- Y a Qs i P 44 1 HOWDY! Howdy! Welcome to Arlington High School. Howdy Week, the first big event of the year at A. H. S., launches forthcoming activities by getting everyone acquainted. Throughout the halls, echo Hello's, His, Howdy's and the Alma Mater and Fight Song. The sophisticated sen- iors show their honors such as senior rings and display their authority by making the lower classmen bow to their will. The juniors, old hands at the game, good-naturedly concede to the rule of their senior superiors and take part in the code of upper class priority themselves. This week is the first activity after registering for the sophs, and sore throats and harried expressions are the after effects of it. It is perhaps the most im- portant for them, for it is their first taste of high school tradition, but it is also an institution en- joyed by all and for all. junior: Senior: "They really aren't heavy at all!" Sophomore: "It's like signing our life away..." , "I think I like green better' The annual Publications Dance was sponsored by the Colt-Colt Corral Staffs to acquaint new A. H, S. 'ers with the Package Plan. Es- presso-House-atmosphere was created by the use of colored lighting and "Kookie" defini- tions on the wall. Publications What a way to tell Jokes! Dance Launches Social Activities Go, Bonnie Go! .A I could have laughed all night. Weren't you thirsty Mr. Faulkner? The Publication Representatives, the circulation staff for the Colt Newspaper, act as delivery boys to the various homerooms. In addition, they also help sell student directories and assist in the distribution of an- nuals at the end of the year. Madeleine McCoy hands papers to Becky Thorla, publications representative. Publications Representatives Are Messengers First row: Angel, Bagby, Bennett, Bland, Coats, Dawson, Dunn, Fagan, Finch. Second row: Garman, Godfrey, Gremnier, Handly, Hartley, Houston, Huffman, jackson, jones. Third row: johns, johnson, Lamkin, Moore, Plemmons, Robertson, Russell, Scottino, Sleppy. Third row: Smith, Snider, Stanley, Thomas, Thorla, Trull, Walden, Walters, Williams. Fourth row: Wooley, Wooten, Yandell. Not pictured: Alvie Richerson. -vo' I ' 4: M T , 3 'T if 'fe F ee f t j fesi 1 j fi i X, ii ili I L I M X 4 li I ! K i tp.. A ryyyz I K y 'xii VV yr, kkyha Y 1 A ' 'ii' s 'R X X n , it ,,,V V xsi- K I , A X F i eeeser ise eele i ' W e iis s Q be V I - ,,,,,. l K I Nm Xgilr KVK: I e ereee, e 5 iirfer y 5, 4 ' i Q re' Q of-F A N ff s 5 y ,Q A l 'vp y Q ,L ,e,p,, if yyyipts, T I , , ,e'e i Q i ' 2 i i li R s ' Q4 fl 1 ir T 1 1 f -8 W . ez 2 if it , 1 t , ' 7 A ,-., git! l 1 fl Q 47 Wow! What a chance! Easy Does It Halloween Carnival is Staged by Classes Goblins, spool-is and students attended the an- nual Halloween carnival in the gym. The first Prize-winning booth featured a portrait sketcher, a guest of the junior class. juniors also had a sponge board, while the seniors held a potato throw, a milk bottle booth, and the cake walk. Sophomores headed a dart throw, basketball toss, and a fortune teller. What's Behind the Green Door? 48 Don't bat an eyelashl Wmwmrnmmm Wmmwmwwrmmmnmm- FHA Officers: Left to right are Barbara Keating, Sgt. at armsg Judy johnson 7th V P' Sandra McClellan 2nd V P' Bett , . ., . - -, ye Usher, lst V. P., Ciny Pirkle, 3rd V. P.g Judy Bond, 4th V. Pg Starlett Wilson, Sec.-Tres., Nan Collins, Sth V. P.g Donna Post, 4th V. P.g Judy Young, Historian, seated is Marsha Sutherland, President. Not pictured are: Annette Spencer, 6th V. P.g Sally Gould, Parliarn-entarian. F. H. A. Prepares Girls for O EUAKEPS This years' theme for the FFA meetings was "FFA in Our Changing Q? OA World." To carry out this theme, the club-sponsored dance was dec- Q 7 orated in Hawaiian style, in honor of our new flag. Also, for one of E ?' their meetings, the members dined at La Tapatia. Another meeting was 3 Q highlighted by a vocational panel consisting of an airline stewardess, U: 6 an elementary teacher, a laboratory technician, and a secretary. A Q Other activities included Fair Day, the annual Christmas caroling at C the Eastern Star Home, and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. G Mcfynberjg Ackerman, Adams, K. Adams, Kay Adams, Anderson, Bailey, Baize, Barton, Berry, Billings. 'il .,, 9 ,,. A me Q' 1 N. an ,E .1 4' ll 3 s r . N 4 . i CQ ' . Q A 4 A 'rf-'F 4 I . A, , J ,Y i . H Ill If r K ILA . All fel gi Mr ,va fztfigssiw: exwiifsgs - , L ' ' f zzfigissiei Ii f H -ww , f , if i V' K L g3i nt! 5 V LL Q , 'ETS ' .-2 . A 13 , C3 , f 1 I l A fs cv- --: K V I L L L 1 -qi ,f-0 aiaIiflD an 'f K A '11 5 QQ' 'a 5 ' 4 ,P i , .sf C X ,ll 11 I lx I s.Nill 1 i ,i,,,,, ,5 L,LL 11X all I X ' ,N4 WEA C , Y E L Q, 1 ' , L 43 'L ..L1 fif' L ,,,, ' Q X ' 'X A A . " H 'L I -iw K, L L xx 4 i IL New 1 if 1 A lx i u ., W f Top Row: Bland, Blese, Bond, Bowers, Boxley, Brewer, Broesk e, Bucher, Burke. Second Row: Byrom, Calhoun, Carbary Chaney, Chasteen, Cigainero, Cobb, Collins, Cox. Third Row: Cracraft, Creed, Crittenden, Culberson, M. Davis, S. Davis Dennis, Dunn, Elick. Future Responsibilities Top Row: Ellison, Fauara, Fullerton, Garner, Garrison, Goldman, Gorman, Griffin, Hamilton. Second Row: Harrison Hawkins, Hefferin, Heron, Higgins, Hilliard, Holland, Hooley, Hopper, Third Row: Howard, Howsley, Huckabee, Huff man, Hunt, Ibsen, Jacobs. f Y ' .L ' Q- m L i 3 ' - 1 bs M Y .-K, I W A V,V,r K V k -V . 4 ' K I -.-L gf M? if W,,,T 3 , i f fEE i iss, XIH is f fli1 ii1Jsl1YE i L ,, L 545 ,L,, -:sf i, , is as , s . 5 1 ,Lf 'S at L, f i t A A111 L 50 lfa H 1 inkilil 9 If ax ff t an nf, . H 3: i' at Q .. ff r 3 5 1 . if L x Top Row: Jernigan, jinks, johnson, J. jones, M. Jones, Kelley, Kitterman. Second Row: Klart, Knotts, Lambert, Little, Lowry, Lynch, Marshall, Martin, Marvin, Mayes, Mays. Third Row: McClung, McGowan, McMurtrey, Merrill, Mickelson, Montfort, Moody, P. Moore, S. Moore. And Challenges in the Top Row: Murray, Napier, Newcomb, Nicholas, Norman, Oak es, Oglesby, O'Halloran, Parrish. Second Row: Phillips, Pilcher, Pipes, Pirkle, Plekavic, Plemmons, Poindexter, Post, Raish. Third Row: Rash, Rayburn, Reddell, Reese, Robinson, Russell, Sampson Thi , 5 in 2 ,igfsyf 1 R ti't V ,, ,,.. 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' '1 . 11 13211 1111 1111 1' '1 i 35111211 131 1 ' A? 12 11111 52 We 'nw-, FHA Sweetheart, Mike Inlow, receives the lei from President, Marsha Sutherland. as other nominees, Ronnie Bogard and Kenneth Watkins watch. And Community O 4 A ,Mt if .1 Theres no cold feet in Hawaii! FHA Officers present October Meeting m just One Little Candle--Theme of chapter meeting. The Future Nurses worked! uv u M v if ia- The Sophomores worked! The Juniors worked! And the Seniors Won! ii ,,. ,4u 'u.u. ,iw1u.L, U .mu e -gi Homecoming spirit begins at the pep rally. Mrs. Valin Woo Queen. Y The big parade begins! dward V C' crpwfned Coming Home Sophomore cheers fill the air. The Juniors let out a roar. 55 NMWWWWUNIWWWWWI W M1 College band furnishes music for Homecoming Dance. Exes and students dance to enchanting music. Halftime, Dance Ends Day An exciting moment for Starlett. W ,AAXXAXNN The Key Club is an international or- ganization for boys of the two upper classes. It is a service club sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. The principle purpose is the betterment of the school and the promotion of harmonious relations among the students with the faculty. This year the club has sponsored a number of ac- tivities. Among them are Christmas Card Delivery, ushering at the assemblies, and also a dance. L. to R. Skipper johnson, Vice-President, Bubba Eppes, Secretary, jack Marty, Treasurer, Doug Duke, President. Key Club Serves School First Row: Mr. Malone, Sponsor. Second Row: Atkins, Burress, E , Bush, D. Campbell, R. Campbell, Carlson. Third Row: Clifton, Cravens, Davis, Drake, Dluke, Eppes, Finch, Gilstrap, Hankins. Fourth Row: Hollingsworth, Houston, Howell johnson, McClain, Marty, Tierce, Waller, Watkins. i ' " QNATNG A 'N rx l VW is iw -'ig 're Mvfiiii M , if Mflkilid 1 Delivering Christmas cards was a Key Club project. Key io Activities President, Doug Duke, calls the meeting to order. Key Club dance heads their activities 58 in The curtain rises and the play begins. Seniors Present "The Importance of Being Earnest" "My own Ernest !" Members of the cast include Rose Ann Lowry, Carol Burch, Nancy Jenkins, and Lynn Sutton. Working are John Finch, Arnold Clifton, Peggy Howard, Sandra Sanders, Lucy Burney, Linda Howell, Kay jeanes, and Barbara Probst. Leaving are Randy Haugh, john Frank, and jay Houston. lm ' , l i in Officers: Sitting l. to r. Linda Cooper, treasurerg- Sandra Sanders, Pres., Barbara Sparrow, Sec., Standing l. to r. Marcia Jacobs, Histori- ang Ray George, Vice-Pres.g and Martha May, Parliamentarian. t l ,s Jf F. T. A. lnspires Future Teachers A Ji V 4- I5 7 K Q Q K 3 f . Q' i so a.... ' -1 'V 'eff if ' 1 K ,tkl LZ, ,Q f j V T , 7 F J 1, . 5 Z, W , , , K Q .Q i J El X if I L I is .4 jk 3 . In . . K ,fi X . KV , E' , 'gr t I - i .asf In --I N , . A : wi 'Hill . 4 an 'g,-'i ,Q as X .. F- .N '- K f e iv . t -Q A 'Q' -f .T x - . Vrkr f ', f K Q- fh., 2 ,. . A - K .1 - -4 ,Q W- , F N F V X4 E m - ... 5 3 K A 0 f ' V irxg 1 535 V f., N VV r, . ok? . f S , . , at SQ.. . S - as I. or il i it 1 fx . We. 15" Wi ' .. was f QW. .. .ms fv- 'z?'r ttf, 3 'Y - Vg :. ta. I 60 First row: Abney, Allen, Buchanan, Burke, Burney, Cooper, Foreman, George, Hartsfield. Second row: Higgins, Hilliard, Jacobs, jones, Keating, Marvin, May, Mayhew, McLellan. Third row: P. Moore, S- M00fe, Peffeft: B- Phillips, J- Phillips, Pilcher, Pool, Probst, Sanders. Fourth row: Sier, Skidmore, Smith, Sparrow, St. Peter, Sutton, Tidwell, Townsend, Usher. Fifth row: Vader. Wil- son. Not pictured-Scanlan Don and Bob Mebus furnish the entertainment. The first formal dance begins. F. T. A. Christmas Ball Barbara Keating receives F. T. A. crown. Miss Ellis is named "Favorite Teacher Robbie Carlson, President, experiments his new photog- the other of- r,, First row: Usher, Social Second row: Co-Secretary, Ronnie Haag, raphy technique by taking pictures of ficers. The officers are as follows: l. to Sandra McLellan, Vice President, Bettye Chairman, Barbara Keating, Co-Secretary, Carlet Kight, Treasurer, Linda Luttrell, Jackie McMurtrey, Social Chairman, and Social Chairman. M Camera Club First row: l. to r., Abney, Ackerman, Allbright, Anderson, Atkins, Barber, Barton, Bearden, Bernius. Second row: l. to r., Bird, Blackmarr, Blackwell, Brem, Brenning, Brown, Buchannan,Burney, Bush, Third row: l. to r., Byrom, Camp, Campbell, Chasteen, Cheek, Clifton, Crave-ns, Creed, Davis. Fourth row: l.to r., Dennis, DeVore, Drennan, Dublin, Duke, Dulaney, Ellison, Eppes, Fewel. Fifth row: l. to r., Finch, Fleming, Foster, Gilstrap, Glanville, Hall, Hamilton, Hatcher, I-laugh. ii To encourage a better understanding of the camera and photography is the main purpose of the Camera Club. Because of the large number of members in previous years, the prospective members were screened before they were able to join. This year the Club sponsored their annual dance and trip. Eight pictures were required from each mem- ber before they were allowed to go on the trip. Develops Interest First row: l. to r., Heron Hightower, Hilliard, Hollingsworth, Holeman, Howard, Howell, Hubbard, Huffman. Second row l. to r., Ivy, Jacobs, Jarvis, Jeanes, Jinks, Jinks, Jobe, Johnson, Johnson. Third row: l. to r., Johnston, Jones, Jones, Jordan Kelly, Kizer, Laughrum, Lawrence, Malone. Fourth row: 1. to r., Marty, May, McCain, McCorkle, McCrary, Mickelson Montford, Moore, Nicholas. Fifth row: l. to r., Niles, Norvell, Oakes, Oglesby, Parker, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Pilcher. 1- ja .ar I its si 'Q -4 3, ' 1 'T me . if K .. ,.,., . .,,. .,.., . , ., . ,M .,,. ,,,,.,,r,,, . ...z,fg,s: . Y -, lf, Q 'rissiigtf J .Q Q , i E C ,C ,,,, Nl flu I 3 gap: , y y Q r , , " J X , .ai .si . 1 ,ey 7 :fi H K ,.,. K J ,-'gm !L,,,. Nyc i W. , as . J ei M it is , it X!fX 5 g Members enjoy looking at Homecoming films. A m I4 Maw ' 'S Members had a "splashing" good time at last year's Camera In Photography School photographers: Charles Hester, Mike Peters and Fred Riggs. First row: l. to r., Pirkle, Plemmons, Powell, Probst, Ragland, Rayburn, Reed, Risher, Second rowg l, to r, Rountree, Seward, Skidmore, Skiles, Sleppy, Smith, Snider, Sparrow, Steakly. Third row: l. to r., Steffensi Strong, Sutherland, Thomas, Thomas, Thorla, Thornto rl, TiClW61l, TiSd21l6- Fourth IOWZ 1- to f.. TH111, UShGf, Walker, XVatkins, Xveatherall, Wfeed, Whitten, Wright, Yandall. . ,f gg ,Z ,ga Q ,ga g g , ,xii .M cg - gg fig g ,gg ri ?' fgigik i gg at A -9" 4 gg ,,, g s ,,,,, A go g g gs t L i , to , s . g gtgg g - x, 'gg gg g I g sf , o , ,1 . i:. A ,f ., in ' V ,S S X S e M , KN A M . , M- i1 ., lii ,if " t . it,, , it S e -. I 1 , L i.r 5 ,, u -5 I g or me ff ii s o ' , t i M f 'ini o.aie S , o as l gg, ggg g g ,, g gl . gg . ,,.. , . ,g .. W X .. W.. 1, fax .. J fi . A , ,'i S ' rr l 'S ' 'li' f I S I I 64 jill Reed Editor To all who are a part of A,H.S: A lot of hard work and planning have gone into this annual, for 1959-60. Many hours have been spent after school and on weekends. Many laughs and memories have been written into these pages. Every member of the annual staff has worked to make your annual the best ever. Speaking for the staff, it was worth every minute spent. We hope that you are as proud of this year's Colt Corral as we are. We have en- joyed it for a year and now we give it to you. Sincerely, jill Reed 5-eu--2-' h nnn-L-'l- sg aqggv ' A, - Q? 4'iJr' 0115 Niles Emestine Farr Bufmess Manager Spgyygy 65 an fix .M 1 --1.4341 ' ' W5 rg ig W Marcia Jacobs Sport: M-wumnsmg , 1 1 5 ,uv W. Judy Smith COM In one of our frequent "bull sessior Nw. Colt Corral Staf Barbara Probst Farulty Betty Walker Barbara Kgating Clan-gy Perfonalmef 66 Judy Phillips Typift Betty Usher Aflivitief the Colt Corral staff plans your annual. Prepares Annual Linda Thomas lnmes Howell Pfwfvgmpby ' flrllfl Adaire Pool Editor With layout sheets and typewriters, pencils and paper, and a wide assortment of talent, the Colt staff works unceasingly to prepare our school news- paper. In sixteen issues, one every two weeks, the Colt prints a picture of the life and happenings at AHS. Subscribers must be found for ads. Pictures must be taken, developed, and printed. With pencil and rule the editors plot the course of their pages, being sure to obtain needed copy by assignment. Stor- ies must be written, checked, and rechecked in an ef- fort to obtain perfection. All in all the Colt gives members of our school who have some form of journalistic talent and enjoy writing and operating a school newspaper an opportunity to express them- selves in an interesting and important advocation. The Colt Staff Edit Marilyn Gilmartin Bufmerr Manager Glynda Briley Circulation Manager ai 'K -W-2 2-rsvlfiii f SQIQ Kzslezatix ': " 'Y' Y.. - , - 355535, i 11, 1 -if fi M 's' fx, . riisilfs -V ' 479723 'S' i '- ' l l Ni A . 7, .i..x.. lk ,ai :,,,:, , f V - ,':,'. di - ' 5 xi f- . ,W v,,, , Lg, , V W ,. Qj,1, 5 5,75 ew. : f Q - -. Q99 3 Lixillxi' ' ' H5 - , . f l i " l I " . ,,., .,, .,,i,,g,,33 .i -gg: - 3 - V 6 Tracy Stanley A ' - ii 'A Sporty - w. ',:' Saiasxlevigi? fat f i ' r ,Q Q- 'Q ' ' '.,f K W ., 3 i if 6 3, if r xx .lr it - M M W , s 1, l s ' W Q' ig I Paper Staff: Adams, Bond, Burchfiel, Cagle, Clifton 5- "'- Cracraft, Daniels, Gaston, Graham, Hester. Howsley, Lindsey, Peters, Proffer, Riggs, Stanford, Steffens, Stewart, A Stiles, Van Leuvan, Miss Farr, Sponsor. Madeleine McCoy Art Editor Our Newspaper Jo Ann Phears Pat 'Tull Edilorial Page Ofgfinflaffonf 69 Hocker, Hoffpaire, Holmes, Huckabee, King, Linn, Marvin, Matslr, Nix. Third Row: Norman O'I-Ialloran, Price, Smith, Sparrow, Turner, Warriner, Whitt, Williams. Fourth Row: Wilson Mrs. Fleming. H 0 'Q 4' ff' ?' A s ank senv f L gl xx J' Left to Right: Shirley Beard, Vice-President, Ann Smith, Secretaryg Martha Graham, Scrapbook, Mitchell Wilson, Program Chairman, Nita Jo Nix, Social Chairmang Donna Huckabee, Publicityg David Ising, Treasurer, Beth Marvin, Public Relationsg Carol Fabel, Pres- i ent. Library The name, Library Service Club, indicates the purpose of this organization. 'Ihey aid our librarian, shelving, and processing. Reserved books for various subjects provide conveniency for both students and the library assistants. These members also publicize new books through library displays and hall showcases. liI5id 7iiW .. First row: Abney, Beard, Brown, Bulter, Cook, Cunningham, Ellison, Fabel, Graham. Second Row: District officers for past yearg lnllllll One of the activities of the Library Service Club is their annual district convention. The convention for all librarians and their assistants from District VII was held on November 21 in our high school auditorium. Mr. Robert Dumas of the Dallas Public Library was their featured speaker. An election was held to elect new district officers. Nita jo Nix was e- Carol Fabel was vice-pres- New district officers for 593605 Nita Jo Nix is the president. i lected the new president of District VII. Each school pro- vided entertainment. Performing from Arlington High were the Quintones, Rose Ann Lowry, and a cast presenting scenes from three different plays, including "Mamas Bank Ac- count." Service Club Rose Ann Lowry provides entertainment by pantomiming. Nita Jo Nix gives campaign speech. Scene from "Mamas Bank Account". 'Fw M1 1 1 E if E E i Richard Matsler shelves returned books. Assists In Martha Graham acts as typist. if 3' rr ' r A Sara jo Whitt prepare? interest center Library Work , P NC Nl Q P Y Q' Ya 1 4 Officers: Otis Niles, President, jackie Oakes, Section Chairman, Karen Huff- man, Secretary-Treasurer, Sandra Sanders, Vice-President, Vicki Hanclly, Re- porterg Martha Graham, Section Chairman, Lahna-Espanol First Row: Adams, B. Anderson, K. Anderson, Angell, Barber, Barksdale, S. Bates, XV. Bates, Baur. Second Row: Blackwell Boon, Brewster, Bridges, Brittan, Bronstad, Buchanan, Burris, Bussey. Third Row: Capps, Chaney, Collins, Cooper, Coulter Daniel, DeVore, Dodson, Drury. Fourth Row: Elick, Ellison, Falch, Finch, Finn, Fleming, Flood, Frazier, Gregory. s ie e t ax .5 - y isse i , Ti' , 'U If- , H , ,R L, t ,,AAA e R, LQ' it mL-' 'de i '1'A i lg 1 , 'YQ' it L f W s L L ' L L- Q " 1l Z iiiee I QE, . , V,,k X V:,V I iyk l Vyhy , ,X . egg, ,-" J h ,.,.1 Qf'fL i L, , ,. 5 h y ,gy s 1 , p fl. hVV L , , il t A X l Ax X - P n-All X I ln L f f at er "A' I , s t me as ' R is l . 1, s ' ,4 - h 7 N, ' if ji , MJA ll If .1 , I ' ' d Row: Hubbard, Huffman, Ireland, Ivy, H t Hefferin Hill Holland, Holmes. Secon Love, Luttrell, Lyons, MacFaclden, First Row: Graham, Goldner, Haley, Handly, ar , , , h K tz, King, Kunkle. Third Row: Lambert, Lassen, Latham, Laughrun, Johnston, Karbac , au Martin. Promotes Interest In Languages Mo er Murchison Niles. Second Row: Owens, Overtree, Ola, Ra burn, Reed, Reynolds. First Row: Matsler, McCrary, McGiffin, Mebus, Menger, Moore, y , , O'l-Iare, Oakes, Parker, Peabody, Pederson, Phillips. Third Row: Pirtle, Pool, Prator, Pratt, Price, Ramette, y ' Sinders, Scott, Searcy, Seward, Sherman, Shope. Fourth Row: Rice, Roberts, Rountree, .1 , ,raw Am 4 i , ,g V1 t , f-,,., . I '23 'Y , .. , - ,ff . A ' f gr: NLD I g f X lx 1 . I LCEX .. A I 'FH I . I iiiyii 'Vi ,',,' V g 4 : if V, ., , , , L. , , - s sses .fa its L wir - N'-N L ef as AK L s, E L sssl 6 l I 1 , I sr I if K 'z .,.hkV i,, . , 5 ,,,,',-, V Vs I I W' ' i-ri Ivlvi. A i g I ,ln Q ' 152 fe-is 4 5 ' f eat 1 i I K A 7 S fa ,1 si s. , R ,-I .2 x. , t. ls t f 2? ,fe e xx if I 1 Q r a ms, 6? it we Q ' . ' ' . 2312 x' . ' 1' 5, as ' ' , 7 ' Q ff 11192, , , , ' Nl ' fe: 1,111.31 - f. - ,- I 'st f .... , , , Q .. W5,4,,2g 5r:,.,mr - ' ' ' A ,vfT1,:'2'i, -' fri Ztilitgiizieffy t. V es,ef,,sj5 si, ,,.,.,.,,el, , K i,,,f,,g,,g,,i -Elm -N w 5 ff -4g, ,g,,.: ,- V 'Tix' at-,,. ,, , 1 f , , easily -A KX s 1 ' , " ee2455ef?eer,fswere-1,,., , 1 1e.li,ef,.-1 rw . at N ' 45,5 Leif X x I ,MQ .. s 3 lr . k r I -5, wr 'ir F M ' : , K ' ,- :QS 1', ' f A , eff. 4 , ' ' I . fe - ' tise , L sess ,seg W-ff 'Q M ng , ' ,, 5523 it 152 - f t' K ' . i X12 a W ls. , we 1 .,.. ,,,,,, . . Zi' . . 5 ., . I K 3 I - I , gr, J A A 1, if k . , -,s - i 'fl V . .- f ' 8, - , ',.f, W . 1 . .. I X, " I I' A 'V Q : s . H : in T 'f jf VV'kkk A fr -ii Q ' W ,Wt ., ' ,grow www ' :, . r ., Mig A.- f-V,kV'. 3 .sf I A . my . . R U, .,.. Q .5 ,A .....s . .. v A K A r 1 l i 44 1 f ' ,Q T at . ' A-AA S if at ' T e fi i i T ff' 1 s I f T IA A ' . ,Ml if W P 'i 'af f I S I l 4, K K s , l as - R A First Row: Simmons, Siver, Skidmore, Skiles, G. Smith, J. Smith, Spain, B. Sparrow, P. Sparrow. Second Row: Stanford, Steele, St. Peter, Sutherland, Sutton, Thomas, Tidwell, Todd Townend. Third Row: Wafer, Walker, Warriner, Weatherall, Whitenight, Wolfskill, Wood. Gives Christmas Party Latina-Espanol, A. H. S.'s newest addition to its list of clubs, promotes interest in foreign lan- guages and cultures. Its various functions of the year include the Christmas party, a Roman holiday, and the Italian and Mexican dinners. 3 if Otis Niles presents Leslie MacFadden with the club pin. M1-5, Holland and Mrs. Barker, club sponsors, plan for future meetings. 75 l l' l What has B. B. got on me? The sound effects crew represent varied nationalities With International Flavor This years Christmas party, the club's most important social event was centered around an international theme. The entertainment was pro- vided by a group of opera players who presented the opera CARMEN. En Guarde ! Friends, Romans, Countrymen.. FFA Officers: Wally Shackelfordg sentinelg Ray Creswell, reporterg Kenneth Russell, vice-presidentg Nelson Parker, presidentg john Tierce, treasurerg james Bray, parliamentariang Stanley Cremer, secretary. -3 0 .5715 o Future Farmers of America SQ' 'Ee'-1 P 4.2, 10441. 19 L ' lcvu. U Top Row: Alford, Bates, Bray, Cansler, Cremer, Creswell, Davis, Hopson, Howard. Second Row: Howerton, johns, Jones, Loomis Martin, McMichael, Parham, Parker, Payne. f P - P -., 215. - P -t x K . K E -. any 'EP P WF4, 1 ' :gg '- 1 .4 ' P fffiklfkj 1 P 19? P 1. . QQ of is P ' A 111 'JU 1- 1 - j ,P 1 1 , , gkgrqgfiggj 1 1: , P .P gal A 1 1 1. g, . - . P1-fm., 8 , .. , 1,1 P, 1 6- ,. 1 so 6 + 5,151-1f,,Q,Qg 11 :P 11 P11 ,, 1 15115213 -1 it "fr o P- 1 ' e 2sfPir2iPfEP'5g1 1 +1 i se ' K ' ' P ' M 'L figjz.l'Pll - 2 X 1 A Q P - riir f f , -11: my - 1 . ,. NQAQNH Yiwu. 1 , .S ,K Q 2522 1 - P, -5:3 1 , 1 , 3 'P Q P PP " P - fi rsnr 5251 -' f 1 . ' ' P P P1 P ' 1 2 5433 n a s P -f-- of 1 4? ,S 1 -f P Y ,-gq.Wf5,,1gvf, .:.. . ..: K -1.1524 . I 11 3 -- gPP P A 1 P 1 , 1 - A 1 151, , K J K A 1 6 -P lk is A rr 6 ,t 25' gf? - ,,a , - - -Y 1 .623 During the summer months, FFA boys can be found spraying trees. FFA judges dairy products, dairy livestock, and poultry. The boys enter their projects in livestock shows at the State Fair of Texas, the Ft. Worth Fat Stock Show, and the Arlington Fair. Last year, John Tierce and Rene Bates attended the State Convention and Wally Shackleford and Ray Cres- well attended the National Convention. Each year the FFA holds a district banquet and the chapter elects a sweetheart. Peggy Howard received the honor this year. Look to The Future Top Row: Poindexter, Rhodes, Richardson, Riddel, Russell, Savage, Shakelford, Mr. Roduemore, rponror. Second Row: Shur mon, Snell, Stiles. Tierce, Tomlin, Tull, Wilhite, Young, Young. 'T LI' , .MTH l ,,, X 1' B X , A M f . F S H 4:4 W X if l i T . t X i W 1' fr -'W g , . , L. to R. Starlett Wilson, Secretary, Judy Phillips, Vice-President, Judy johnson, President, Sally Gould, Social Chairman, Barbara Keating, Treasurer. literary Club ,uf fx A IN fl' A f- if ,u-D' :J ,. 9 'Q' Hr ,,. 9 -is if f' Q 5 if 5 . ' X . . First Row: Miss Amos, Sponsor, Barton, Buchanan, Burney, Caldwell, Chasteen, Second Row: Cigainero. Clare, Cornelson Cox, Creed, Cromwell, Devore, K. Fleming, S. Fleming, Third Row: Handley, Hilliard, Howard. Hubbard. Jacobs. johnson Keating, King, Love, Fourth Row: Lowery, Luttrell, McLellan, Mickelson. Montfort. Moore. Moore. Nirholiis. Nobles Fifth Row: B. Phillips, J. Phillips, Pirkle, Probst, Sanders, Sanderson, Sier, Skidmore, Smith, Sixth Row: Sparrow, Stumn Steffens, Stewart, Sutherland, Sutton, Thomas, Usher, Wilson. Gould and Scanlin, not pictured. 79 N rt Q1 l ' ii 1 Y' Y' 4 14' ,, SUZANNE FLEMING Senior iw! JOY BURRESS Senior The Cheerleaders display -F WWJWM MARSHA SUTHERLAND STARLETT WILSON Senior Senior 'UI MELBA RODDY Sponsor v 1 u 4 ' ez E A ' V4 i wwf xx 'A , I , f Y ' . W if TERRY BREWER Senior their winning yell. M ' M K Y , if W M E M ,. 1 ,sw w N "'. , K KAREN 1-IUFFMAN JEAN MICKELSON SCDIO1' Junior 81 f W E , E - 2 an AI-IS'ers rallying around the annual Grand Prairie bonfire it it Cheerleaders Spark c oo ,, Sh I Spirit 'Ill A.-H.-S., beat the Gophers The Cheerleaders seem to be up the air over the victorious Colts. 82 ...,,1,- in .--'-4,- Where did it go? I think I'm going to sneeze ........ Wt This should prove that Seniors are Superior! A flock of them went over that time. All together now, 1-2-3 Weddings always make me cry. Mah lx Now I know how a sardine feels! EFS fI'F Vi , -, , f':, : f.:f ff iv M5 A L '. 2 i ' - -1 J- Q ::- 5 L' , . ' - ' l ' 4 ,. , . 5 i , K , I ' ' V, i hi r i. .xi .-..k W ' C e Z L A AA , , gM K FAX ,I if-IP' j in Ja m L1,, ,Q ii , ,Q , , , la f ,,,,V . A if e.:. , ,i C I i F 1 ,gl - C "' h:: 1 Q if itiic i 'ii C .5 , if A, y , P 1 .Q Y V , MR A K Lk.L I . , I X ' K ' , X ii f I C 1 M L , ?, M L x F l 5 1 l,, C F I C ' 1 .',. . . L i ff - -,.' , f ' M ral Q - Q 3fwY.? f ' , f U s. 3 f A ' -5 .4 i f i h ' if " Q . ' i ' , L'-'- -V --'A-. V s A :l i - F A A if F g f K 1 ' ' , I at ,C 2 f A A F f ee. : 'rf First Row: Allbright, Bost, Burress, Butler, Chaney, Childress, Condley, Cox, Dennis. Second Row: Doescher, Eddings, Falch, Fleming, Frisbee, Helms, Hodgkins, Hopper, Hopson. Third Row: Howsley, Ibsen, Jacobs, jameson, jeanes, Knotts, Lawson, Marks, Moore. Forth Row: Mosely, Pilcher, Prator, Sherrill, Stroud, Sutton, Ward, Warren, Whiteside, Fifth Row: Miss Evans, Miss Glass. Not Pictured: Buchannan, Handley, Poe, Poindexter. Red Cross Council Aids Community The officers of the Red Cross Council are from left to right: jim Dickson- President, Paula Kevil-Vice-President, Sherryn Tidwell-Secretary-Treasurer, Karen Raish-Reporter, and DeeDee Butler and Don Mebus-Social Chair- ITICH. fo CF20 GLEEMEN: First Row: Slone, Pitz, Newcomb, Wfeathcrbee. Second Row: Cain, Banscum, Pa- haney. Third Row: IwlcNamara, Love, Manor, Stroud, Chairman: Zolt Pahaney. Gleemen, Mad'moiseIIes, And Melodiers Progress Upward if -wr' a wr-if .K MAD'MOISELLES: First Row: Rash, Sampson, Whitt, Harrison, Vifalters, Darroch, Stroud, Stevens, King. Second Row: , Hussey, Squires, Sanders, Slaughter, Guinn, Robertson, Fleming, Allen, Wa1'i'en, Mayo. Third Row: Nation, Starks, Proffer, l Bellah, Smith, Moore, Murray, Leuty, Wood, Harris. Fourth Row: Adams, Strickland, Swearingen, Tompkins, Henry, Saunders, Fry, Angell, Brown. President: Mary Wood. Secretary: Darroch. r 4-P Yi MW Mill' MELODIERS: First Row: Beard, Hall, Robinson, Blacl1ly,Wzrrd, Reese, Sherrill, Lewis. Second Row: Calhoun, Reynolds, Garvin, Stiles, Bailey, Mebus, johnson, Gardner, Ramette. Third Row: Miller, Hale, Brodie, Pahaney, XX'orley. Clower, Valentine, Scarborough, Boswell. Fourth Row: Probst. Morton, Cummins, Handley, Horsley, XValker, Field, Long, Stan- ford, Raish, Horner. President: Don Mebus. Secretary: Barbara Probst. 85 Officers: Carlson, Pres., Freeman, Vice-Pres., Jeanes, Sec., Barnes, Robes, Cagle, Lib., Section Chairmen: Bernius, Atkins, Flenniken, Wills. K 6 an , , , , -' M in e fi' , ww,,,,,,wiv ,ww " CHORALIERS: First row: Jeanes, jameson, Plekavic, Fleming, Talbott, W1 is ill l Jane Ellis-Director Quintones: Robbie Carlson, Kay jeanes, David Hancock, Norma jo Wills, Avon Whitworth. Accompanist: Doris Creed. 86 hew, Thompson, johnson, Cagle, Buchannan, Wfills, Lowry, Chapman, Tisdz row: Bernius, Rowland, McPike, Riggs, McCorkle, Mcljheeters, Boyd, Ca Chorallers ..,.,,,. ,,,. ,,,, ,ff 1 , W ,N 1 ll 1 l I atherford, Holcroft, Barnes, johnson, Parr, Garner, Mickelson. Second row: Vifilliams, Hyndman, Roberts, Strong. Moody May le. Third row: George, Snell, Seward, Curry, Hancock, Tims, Ferrell, Hubbard, Conner, Mosig, Pennington, Cremer, Bacon. Fourth lson, Whitworth, Freeman, Atkins, Matthews, Horsley, Not Pictured: Burnum, Bond. Pianists, Flenniken, Creed, Talent is Their Business The Choraliers, Arlington High's number one singing group, each year entertains at various school and community functions. Among these engagements are the annual Christmas carols, Koral Fiaperg and the end-ofschool progranm The May induction and loss of senior choir members creates much anticipation for "hope-:fuls',. This year, for the first time, the choral department acted as host to the All-Region Choir. Having spent the night in the homes of students, February 19, the out-of-town guests presented a concert February 20th. sql: ' . 3, f 5 I 1, -7 :io A W3 mr 'WWW REGION CHOIR: Bottom row: K. Weatherford, D. Roberts, N. Willsg Second row: R. Flenniken, II. Mayhew. M. Johnson Cagleg Third row: C, McPheeters, B. Tims, A. Wfhitworth, E. Freeman: Fourth row: M. Ferrell, V. Boyd, R. Cremer, F. L. Atkins. ,L. Regional Choir, Dance --Choral Extras Jr e Sandra Johnson, Louise Cagle, and Sharon Chapman sing in triplicate at Choral Dance. 1-2-3 HOP! 88 STAGE BAND, Front Row: Campbell, Norton, Horsley, Dodson, Murchison, Smith, Parker, Brewster, Bacon. Back Row Presnell, Frazier, McGiffin, Seay, Plemons, Rhodes. Stage Band Rehearses "B" BAND First Row: Spear, Morrow, Valent, LeBlanc, Bell, Murray, Hocker. Second Row: Leuty, Strickland, Miller, Dempsey, Hodge, Clifton, Newcomb, Love. Third Row: Phillips, Thorsen, Moseley, Irons, Stage Band Pianist: Jeanne Coulter. Henry, Nobles, Gresham, Burrow. There is a wild anticipation every year at Arlington High School for the annual stage band performance. The stage band brings out a lively spirit in everyone as feet begin to pat and hands start to clalp. Each year the band at- tends Brownwood for a stage band contest and each year they have brought back honors. 89 X755 5 S lg W W X W xxx 5 g ti 'ul W? '96 1, ' P 4' W N hx.. N N ' up 'Q JUN gs? V, W sin? M 'six 'bg wily WM I MV ,A L , D W FA 'Nga M F Sh M M RN 'if ii 'Q' M .Vg W, ,M , L W1 1 X M N ,b ml? W ,tm : 3 N. Ji 'N ... N:w A'?'g ,T 3 .iw Ex, at x X 1 s Q Y- ' v ' V, 5 , " t i" i 3 U U i " M Fl 9 - jx :-JW" 'WN W fs we Ml tamfw 'Nw .fi ew , Er I 'maj i 0 1 N W N 'Q w7,2T.g""""" "WWW " ' , in X E ""' v'':":'f1:1:::"'z:1": "-""',-",-," ' "w"'- "-""N'- ' ' f , , ,X , , E 5' fl M , 1355 . u ' Q t.W 5MWxlf u Vg N ' X r ' Wi, A ' x , I Rf ' K I W 5 Q. Q X KV n f--Wpwx gm is ? ig wh , 5.w -L1 ' ' 5 NE' V Y ' 1 WNW ,Y uw.,,,,m , ., M ,W H awww ! N QB? Vg -5- X 'wx ' .Q-f N , Y Y A N ,J MN QA Q -vr M , 0 if ji 1, rw x 1 Wk, 152 S51 G I.-EI! ,J I . V. tr!! X . ' Q H I U A X Wm x YXXN. V My Y' X wwe f , A' Y 5 X K N ' , X ' Y i K w .f f WN ' A , ' s L , fy M ff M my 'mf ' "' N' -ff' 3- w'mw f 9 5 ,MMM W J' 3' ww ' ...H 'L . 'I sf' K 1 Little Arlie and trainers, Wally Shackelford and Larry Hamilton, kneel to A. H. S. First chair playersg Row 1: Lennington, S. Par- ker, Murchison, Smith, White, Tisdale, Snider, Hayes. Row 2: Whip. ple, Bacon, J. Parker, Norton, Pfarner, Pes- nell, Seay. Extras and l 4 ' Majorettes: Connie Anderson and Beverly Caddel. Dean P. Corey, Director 92 , . M' r f-'ww':ff53MmmM,q , ,' 7' nf, , f , , ' for is A - ' QQ F: if. ,af cs- - c MS. russia, :Qf m i rf - o p i The Arlington High School 105-piece Colt Marching Band All Region: jerry Bacon, Emory Whipple, Judy Hayes, Bill Murchison, and David Pfarner. OHOYS. .. ll' ZS Flag Bearers: Anne Chasteerpveldu Heron, and Mary Kelley. All State: Judy Hayes and Emory Whip- ple. 93 T 043212 New The band received applause as they marched into the Texas formation at the Interscholastic League Marching Contest. Marching Contest Their performance included the moving diamond formation. l Htl "And now We proudly present the Arlington High School Colt Marching Band under the direction of Mr. Dean P. Corey". These famous words have been heard each Friday night during football season for many years. It is then that the band proudly presents its feats of accomplishments. For the last ten years the band has never placed lower than a first in the Interscholastic League Marching Contest. In May of this year, the band plans to attend the Tri-State Band Festival in Enid, Okla- homa. f"N f O 'J xtx Ml' Q5 'Aoi' X f bg: Once a day just before lunch a familiar sound is heard over the loud speaker. With it comes the words, "please bow your heads," as some member leads the school in noon devotion. In addition to the noon prayer, the Devotional Council is responsible for weekly de- votionals given in the home rooms and for the invoca- tion at home football garnes. Officers of the Devotional Councilg Skiles, Pres., Wolf, Prog., Schug, Sec., and Knight, V. Pres., Devotional Council Sponsor, Miss Ellis. First Row: Bacon, Beebie, Bird, Boyd, Carney, Coltellaro, Crouch, Deering, Elliott, Erickson 'E Second Row: Fanning, Jones, Jenkins, Hunt, Hastings, Grubbs, King, Knight, Latham Lively Third Row' Lowe Mc. 'fi Craw, McMahan, Norman, OI-Ialloren, Probst, Rash, Schug, Simmons, Skiles. Fourth Rowzt Smith,R,5r1iith Spencer- I Taflflfihlll, TUUICI, N.Turner, Weatherall, Windham, Winnett, Whitt, 7 l ' f ' Nfl. FLYEYYD 5 r . - - AS 4 I 3 Q' fn? gy, -I ,Q g t yy . e 'A 11, ff I -l if fl I YQ X is vhibiiifffta if Germany Hungary Ulrich Baur moved here several years ago from Zsolt Pehaney from Hungary is a full-fledged Germany Arlingtonite. Foreign-Born Students Lend International Flavor United States Brazil Scotland Hawaii --sane . ... 1 ' ' " 2' Z x -'53, -E I rmffmmullfllmlm .."'E'... .2 ?4':-Q.. -El ------- YIIUIIIIIIIIWIIHIIIM Bruce Malone, possible exchange student, shakes hands with Leslie MacFadden from Brazil. T 1 t Pearl Hyndman, from Hawaii. a Scottish lassie, meets Audrey Goin it ,A l 1 a 3t tl if Y' he Honorable Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Arlington High School's student body has been encouraged and informed of a future place in society through the advice of various distinguished speakers. Their sub- jects have included religion, government, and safety. Covering the subject of religion have been Bishop William C. Martin and E. Stanley jones. Both are well-known and widely traveled. Bishop Martin's talk was centered around the theme. "God has a place for each individualf' E. Stanley jones spoke on our dedication to Christ early in life. From a background in government came the Honorable Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House of Representatives. The theme of his speech was "Success in Your Life." Highway safety was the topic of Sergeant Blankenship of the Texas Department of Public Safety. These four men have made lasting contributions to our students. Distinguished Speakers i i i l i Bishop William C. Martin Sergeant Blankenship of the Texas Department of Public 97 M .V 'V 51 ., jg, 2? ' .4 it ig S . V 'ev V i l itil 5 X 1 I 1 it ,Zt f 5, Zee t .tr ig ., , fVa S X i t . , W K i , i ii 3V zi' S s , W , 51: if it 'Q' fx W 4 '2"' . , .,., ' , 2 ii: '49 'ggi-fq-1' , 'Z -,:' 'V , 'CH V V ,KV ' if ,- uf Ili ia 1. ,xzi, - k s1bt 1 1 Q WTI , ,i: W, 'Q 1' 'lr'-'Q' . S' ' V . ' V . - '-- . . .. ,: " . K V f V ' V - 'Q i. 9 I R ll Q I t I... V V l5 . i V , ,V we V VV . L ,.iV ,, , ,i VA , VVV V V f.: ii 2 1. Y Q, M 4-H Q S5511 'V V V ,V 't .Q V Qi' Z ,, MV , V, Q M V V V V ' 1, 1 " V ix, VV. V,V V ii? WK , 'W 1 x ri . f S .tst if S 1X X S First Row: Ashworth, Aston, Bernius, Blackwell, Boon, Boultinghouse, Brem, Burlcins, Bush, Second Row: Campbell, Eppes, Farhat, Faught, Gaines, Garrison, Garrison, Godwin, Hodge. Third Row: Huff, Ivy, links, johnson, jones, Kincaid, Long, Marlin, Marty. Fourth Row: Matthews. Mays, McPike, Reynolds, Risher, Scarborough, Seelye, Shepherd, Skiles. Fifth Row: Smith. Steele, Ward, Wilson, Wise, Wood, Wright, ' 'W A Wright, Young. Sixth ROW: Zimmerman. Not pictured: johnson, McLellan, Phillips, Skidmore, and Spon- , W ' sor, Curlee. tk .I Safelgl Officers: jimmy Risher, Presidentg jerry Jones, V. President, Sandra McLellan, Sec- retaryg Jack Marty, Treasurer: Judy Phillips and Bubba Eppes, Social Chairmen. ' 98 IF YOU DRINK DON' DRIVE Iur Ilotto The Safety Council consists of a group of students chosen from their homerooms who are interested in promoting safety around the school. These students help in directing various fire drills and try to help keep the traffic situation in the parking lot straight- ened out. They also are concerned with informing the students and faculty of the different safety pro- SOFT SHOULDER " .Z cedures in case of' emergencies such as tornadoes and air alarms. This year safety week started off with a guest speaker, Sergeant Blankenship who spoke to the en- tire school on the subject of safety, The week was climaxed with a dance on Friday night. 99 href" PE girls form a pyramid P. E. Helps Students "-N., ,MW Strengthen Bodies Physically Up--Up--OVER ! ! v ' S 'WWW N uh NN xg ,W if , ,i i . . , K ,. wh , i A , N . lf N- ft .. 1 ' E . ' ' V , , 'E' Q 33 '42 C' ,2 1-it is , a , .Q , , - L ia if V V e- H' A all 'i 9125 V in X . ,asf J KA ww , My VkV,' 1, ,Y ,Nh i I .i I ,AX ii , I .. -nl A f A L L A V,VL r,V. E , 4g.VZ ,,,,,,,: ,..kL i, H . 1 ., ,V LK,L, , L W. gi ikgizgsggfm W if W my , . I ,. Q., X. . ,V vs V r. I I . -A in A K I e K ' . f -M, ii, ' 7 f K, . A-e, .. ,iw . 3, M . fi.: -fs' .F gg 4 , ' w 'S ,M A: ,, , . . ,V , I A j, , ,f f . I I A I IXXNQ ik 1 A f , ii' I 1 A Ikitflx X ll Alia- A First row: Ackerman, Adams, Kathy Adams, Kay Adams, Bailey, Beard, Billings, Blackwell, Bowers. Second row: Brewer, D. Butler, Carbary, Cashion, Chaney, Chapman, Chester, Clare, Cree. Third row: Cunningham, Dormier, Fewel, Foster, Frisbee, Haley, Hall, Hocker, D. Huckabee. Fourth row: S. Huckabee, Ibsen. Kincaid, K. King. M. King, Linn, Love, Merrill, Moody. F. N. A. Trains Nurse The officers of the Future Nurses Club are from left to right: Carole Chaney-Secretary-treasurer, Jill Reed- President, Cindy Ackerman-Chaplain, Sandra Foster- Vice-president. Karen Raish-Reporter is not pictured. or lnri rlk? Tomorrow The Future Nurses Club, though it has only been in existence three years, has been very active. This year, especially, has been a year of activity and service for the club. The energetic members will always remember Work- ing on the float, repairing toys for the Christmas party given for the needy children, and going to the state con- vention in Austin on March 11 and 12. Another project was the decision to run one of the members for a state offfice, quite an undertaking for a three-year-old club. None of this could have been accomplished, however, had it not been for a complete enthusiasm and support on the part of the members. Mrs. Counts and guest speakers from Parkland Hospital First row: Mosby, Napier, O'Hallornn, O'Hare, Pirtle, Post, Raish, Rayburn, Reaves. Second row: Reed, Reel, Reynolds, Russell, Shope, Smith, Snider, Som- mers, St. Romain, Third row: Starke, Thompson, Tucker, Vennum, Voge, Walker, Ward, Webb, Webster. Fourth row: Winnett, Young, Mrs. Counts, sponsor. Not pictured: Nancy Bolin, Rose Guterrez. Donna Ivy. Campaigning for Chaplain .: it 5.1 ii 5 an it fiiliff ll V. . l ,lLA .. 37' m, W, H :iii Marv C0fer . Q ii ' B111 COOPU Iv A ,iw Y 1 x In l on W m,'. L K ,.,, A L,:r. x .s ii 'Q V 5 'VL' 3 Paul Drake ' if 'N V Gayle Hand Elaine Pace and Mary Cofer discuss rackettering. LZVVL W ' ' Bill Cooper and Jerry Lassen study current labor terial. Paul Drake and Bill Seward debate on "union shop." 104 Jerry Lassen Elaine Pace la it zu l Fred Pennington 4 Edith smith e T f -ails ' A IDB- Debate Club 'img Members of the Debate Club discuss labor management relations. Left to Right: Pace, Mrs. Galvan, sponsorg Cooper, Seward, Barksdale, Drake, Lassen, and Pennington. To promote better understanding between schools and to encourage sportsmanship, Arlington High School and the competing high schools, during football and basketball season, formed sportsmanship committees. The members of our sportsmanship committee are from left to right: Darryl Campbell, Adaire Pool, jimmy Risher, Mr. Corey, Benny Hollingsworth, Starlett Wilson, Miss Roddy, and Coach Workman. Not pictured is john Tierce. Inierschool Activities For an exchange of ideas, the Stu- dent Council sent four delegates to Greenville High School on November 4. They attended dis- cussion groups led by the dif- ferent high schools. The delefzates are from left to right: Otis Niles, Cindy Pirkle, and Eddv Bost. Bar- bara Keating, the fourth delegate, is not pictured. x'9 S Z as Officers: l. to r. Jerry Lassen, Vice-Pres.: Marcia Jacobs. Re- porter: Linda Thomas, Social Chmng Toe Weatherall, Pres.: Sherryn Tidwell, Treas.g Judy Smith, Sec.: Otis Niles, Social Chmn. National Honor Society First row: Anderson, Benbow, Bland, Brewer, Burke, Burress. Burriss, Bussey, Byrom. Second row: Camp, Campbell, Carlson Cooper, Davis, Dodson, Dulaney, Fox, Gilstrap. Third row: Graham, Gregory, J. Hall, P. Hall, Hadly, Hardwick. Hogland Hollingsworth, Housley, Howell, Huckabee, Richard Huebner, Roger Huebner, Hubbard, Huffman. Inlow. Ireland, jackson Fourth row: Jacobs, Jeanes, Jobe, M. Johnson, S, Johnson, jones, Kight, Kunkle, Lassen. To . , VVf , ,, ,.,,,,.' . V V ,, , bvb H i 'lt"t, . S i 7' S H ii H o il l o 'l - . 'S w ,,,, S i ' it 1- 1 1- A f-i -- 1, K . Nm K I Vghii A X e S ga if " Q '1 o,i,,o ,,,, o I l , I .5 ' X 1 I - 1 Q 1 Q ss , 6 I I s J, xii ? ,I ,Q Qfi, 1 , , Blog. 1 , , S4 Ka A lil I . , I Nr 1 K J 5. if U - I 5 si S W1 J' in 'al o 1 i S wo so fl H J W 'fi' ff ' 'T af ' or L ois - as i s o ,,,,, -- 1 o ,olo ex ,i , I ' o S or or 1 ' The National Honor Society promotes leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Every year the N. H. S. sponsors registration at Homecoming and during Public School Wfeek. At the end of each semester they also sponsor a Faculty Coffee. This organization strives for the betterment of students in all respects and has done much toward helping them to reach their goals. Officers: l. to r. Darryl Campbell, Social Chrnn.: Kay Jeanes, Treas.g Marcia Jacobs, Social Chrnn.: Delbert McAmis, Pres.: Sharon Walker, Sec.g Carol Ann Snider, Reporter, Mike In- low, Vice-Pres, Strives For Betterment First row: Macri, Malone, Massey, McCain, McCrary. Second row: McCraw, McGiffin, Moore, Murchison, Niles, Nix, Norman, Norton, Parker. Third row: Pfarner, Pool, Poorman, Powell, Schug, Seelve, Seward, G. Smith, J. Smith. Fourth row: S. Smith, Snider, B. Sparrow, P. Sparrow, St. Peter, Sutherland, Thomas, Tidwell, Tisdale. Fifth row: Townend, Turner, B. Walker, S. Walker, Usher, Weatherall, Wilson, Wise, Paysinger, Pope. Not pictured: Charles Blackwell, Jackie McMurtrey, Chuck Brittan, Sally Gould, Jeanie Holcroft. N V I Q1 -F7-Q, K ' XV ., 13,5 I W ri V. Al , . ik, 67 . In I ' f i W . 2 ,i.e T T . i ,i , . t an at 1 e "r "!t a -M' J Q ii e af i f e ' a s P ef , 4 C, ,A ., ,yd A . . ' ., 0 ,y t , . . ,A , , V - , - I J V V f wx, ,f -VW K Vg . 3 tall: if ll 1 -5 n T J . t .. a r , . , t ttit S f r , t , , T . F fy ,,, S J t 7 li t I . .,,.,.. ..,, , 'w V ,- V p t.,t,t1 s' I "-' .i ,', tll,,'t . A A -Fr , - V. I K- kr Q In ..l.kVk I ,kr Ek K I K kirikr A . I IIV, Y as . . 44 ' W, y vig t 4' i 1 ,i J fra gg gg. Q. F, K l l, L, il, I . t I fx C I :lg ea Lf . ,A . I ,',' K K K f Vg j - - i'i' liii l1t.' i.i- - f it t"il filifiiiliviiw W7 r ife set. J - ' --ti' ca . 6 i ,f . A rl M ,7 L V -,, Q . - ,M la z Q 3 - .X J ,G-3. 4 . , ' .5 :A 0 'Q :Q Qi r ' W, , Vi 'EN QV 5 K., ,lt - :L 4 V I gf' 1 A i- ' 5 F P 4 ii I 1 L. I ,.1r if B Lots of food and laughter made the Christmas Banquet a memorable occasion. Socially, Morallg Mr. Key enjoys a "spot of tea" at the Faculty Coffee. 108 """-my Several teachers get together for a cup of coffee few minutes of relaxation. 2: 5 and a 4 Barbara Sparrow stresses the importance of "scholarship," And Scholastically Proud parents impatiently await the arrival of the "big moment." President, joe Weatherall, greets new members. 109 Officers L. to R.: Aclaire Pool, Secretary-Treasurerg Bettye Usher Presidentg Marilyn Gilmartin, Vice Presidentg Madeleine McCoy, Social Chairman. Bettye Usher makes Dr. Max Haddick of TCU an honorary member of Quill and Scroll. Ouill and Scroll Develops Journalism Top Row: Carol Burch, Bobbie Burchfiel, Louise Cagle, Marilyn Gilmartin, Martha Graham, Marcia Jacobs, Clemma Howsely, Barbara Keating, Madeline-McCoy. Second Row: Mary McGraw, Judy Phillips, Barbara Probst, Jill Reed, Tracy Stanley, Bettye Usher, and Miss Farr, Sponsor. 1 10 It's the doo-dad under the thing-a-ma-jig! Drivers Education Students Learn Essentials of Driving Wow! What a driver! if-YN ww Xl-SML gh m wh jill to the rescue Valentine Dance Two hearts 'rfffff L u"'A va is May I have this pur---uh dance? 1 upid's Fantasy Two kisses Next? Oh! These girdles kill me! 3 +-Ni of yd - ' if T i f' , Mrs. Whitten and the office workers are relaxing after a hard day's work. Office Help Aids School i if 'Ah t e fivg - n ., fn V xl 1 In l , i ll In fi W A All li Top Row: Abney, Barton, Bird, Brem, Burress, Crave-ns, Duke, Eppes, Glanville. Second Sponsors: Mrs. Malone, Mrs. Whitten. Row: Handley, Hawkins, Howard, jones, Marty, Michener, Mickelson, Nichalas, Phillips. Third Row: J. Phillips, Powell, Risher, Scottino, Steakley, Steffins, Sutton, Whitten, Wilson, Filing is one of the typical jobs of the future secretaries. Jan Spence types a report. Secretarial Service Club ,jjigf ,,,,- , ,, .. i f rere S r f -. ., ' ' , -1rj,,'a1 ,, ,rf,f 3 1: . ' ' Ulf" gear'-Q Ha 1' ie - cs S we eee e it 5. S - N 1' ' A ' 'S' ,ri ii H, i ',-n ll r rerer S ' e ' i x e e ,.'-r'r ,, i H fy Members: Cooper, Dublin, Hill, Holcroft, Howell, Miller, Smith, Spence Gains Experience By Service Receiving calls is an important part of office work. The Secretarial Service Club, a current ad- dition to A. H. S.'s list of organizations, pro- motes interest in secretarial achievement. By service to Mr. Smith and Mrs. Strickland, the members gain valuable experience in the com- mercial field. Among their duties are filing, typing, and answering the telephone. 115 Liv . I ff 3 , , Y . v , v ' W " KX flew eee zrf e Wife drink? HeHr9'e!1!rWy Hrzgerls' efrrek! Weefem Hey epfrrr wee everywlzere . Me 'Zr71e - Up " Wana! Wfzaf a fauna'-Up. Wfzafls' 177 ffm baske! Wife Lgfllb' Hfwhg Hoon' 0l!l!7f0!7 M105 IS ffm 63117 as 117 l Order of Gregg Artists QA Promotes Secretarial Interests The Order Of Gregg A1'fiSfS is an h0I10f21'Y S0CiCfY tions. Membership must consist of students who have for students who pass certain shorthand qualifica- had nat mme than six months of shorthand, First row: Allbright. Blackwell, Burress, Cooper, Dublin, Hightower, Hill. Second row: Howell, Huffman, Jarvis, jeanes, jenkins, McClellan, Mitchell, Overtree, B. Phillips. Third row: J. Phillips, Poorman, Powell, Sanders, Sleppy, Usher, Walker, Williams, Wilson. Not pictured: Bolin, Ellison, Handly, Hilliard, Jacobs, Keating, Skidmore, Smith, Strong, Thomas Tidwell. 118 ass Socuals -a Leon Martin and Marty Davis attend first Sophomore Social. Each class sponsors two so- cials a year. They are usually dances but sometimes vary. These socials are a predominant factor in uniting the class together. Seniors, Bubba Eppes, Ann Hilliard, Gay Buchanan, and John Brem enjoy the "Hill- billy Hoedownf' . sv! Q f Juniors Billie Holman, Ikey Burress, Chuck Britain, and Sandra Byrom enjoy their supper at the junior Social. box 119 Hit 'em again, hit 'em again harder, harder. faerie!! Refufm' 110364 They Trained ....... ml! I S ., ! 'W Y Oh! My aching head. Handoff ---- ,wfkzg hglklhy r ff!! ,L 1 , Oh! oh! oh! Oh! Oh! oh! ., 1, W W- W-Y ws? 3 -1 K. at , There is something coming between us. 121 CHEERLEADER HOPEFULS, Left to Right: Judy Hopper, Toby Tisdale. Lou Goldner, Karell Sommers, Stevie Campbell Dee Dee Mosby, Anne Chasteen, Kay King, Bonnie Beebe, Judy Hollarld. Cafmeleff SCl1Hg, and Sally Gould. 122 LAST SURVIVOR: jean Mickelson Try-Outs Held... The announcement of approaching cheerleader try-outs caused much excitement among sophomore and junior girls. Many weeks of practice, resulting in sore muscles and hoarse voices, went into the making of good cheerleaders. The process in selecting them was a little different this year. The hopefuls were required to write a theme on their qualifications, in ad- dition to making satisfactory grades scholastically. Because so many girls wished to try-out, it was necessary that this year's cheerleaders and their sponsor, Miss Melba Roddy, eliminate the number to twelve finalists. These girls performed before the sophomore and junior classes. Then ballots for voting were distributed among these two classes, and next year's six new cheerleaders were announced! N X Oh, woe is me! It was a long hard clay! Alaska and Hawaii cntcr the Union. This is Carmen? Grandma Faught. Here And There At A. H. S Up went the rafters, down came the walls. . The games were long and cold. ......and cozy! fophom are Hfsfs .... f 2 day af bfgll scfzoof B ep falgf m ym 4 .H , i in 5:2-' F ,Ad,., 4 M P 1 - + 1 QM , x 9 '- E!! M M Nklium K Mm' wat?-w.,.5 ,I ,, 1 My X IM M Q, I ' ,A-11.5 faoiballgame m sfadfum ...fesfs 177 fnyhlffz 125 Baby, it's cold outside! Slippin' an' Slidin' 126 U as M. W N ,,,, X + W Win N .. H "ww ww .Q , 1 "M Jn' ' V1 5 -f V. 11 V' V .wifi Z K '-rise-QE! yi -N 'Q' ' Qi- ' fa. f ' V ' M- 'E Wi 5 asv 1 1 My 11, W, Y' 'TQ 1 ". ,Lu n W M1-ww " w9'x2" Everybody's free for all! Snow Comes To A. H. S. Hit or miss, the race is on. The "Thunderbirds" played their version of "Summer- time." Camera 0Iub Dance l My, my, what a bunch of cute girls. Bonnie Beebe entertained with a "soft shoe routine. Camera shy, Keith? 1 Miss Ellis. Traveling Mr. Land: Fishing 128 Mrs. Sherrod: Decorating with driftwood Teachefs Hobbies Each teacher at Arlington High School has a hobby of one kind or another. Among the hobbies which the teach- ers have now or have had in previous years are such things as gardening, bowling, raising pigeons, fishing, traveling, and flying. These hobbies are reflected by the teacher's personality and each one is so very different from the other that it makes them all outstanding. Yes, the teachers of A.H.S. do have various hobbies and it is quite interesting to have them tell about them. Miss Amos: Fitting frocks Mr. Smith: Shop L J . , 1 ,, i i , it Mrs. Galvan: Collecting china Ml i I i 12? I. P.T.A. officers: Wayne Harvey, Pres.g Carol Poorman, V. Pres. Karol Sommers, Sec. The P.T.A. Council works with its parent organization, the Arlington P.T.A., in stimulating better parent-teach- er relations. This organization keeps parents informed as to the dates of meetings and promotes the annual member- ship drive. The P.T.A. held its third annual Founders Day pro- gram on February 16 in the school auditorium. Many members of the student body were among the 800 per- formers. The mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. jack Harris, presented Pete Henz with a "Patsy", their annual service award. P. T. A. Council Works For School Pete Henz receives the traditional "Patsy" A- 130ward from Mrs. Jack Harris. Mr. Corey leads the Stage Band in a medley of jazz tunes. Mac Martin and Don Mebus harmonize in the tradition of the twenties. ' ' .mi 'He AJ S MM " ,miami Members of the Colt Band carry the 50 state flags as the choir sings during the grand finale. First Row: Allenbough, Bearden, Bernard, Bumpass, Cheek. Second Row: Cross, Davis, Denneky, Foster, Glanville, Harris, Harvey, Henchcliffe, Hoffpower. Third Row: Holman, Holmes, Hunt, Mahan, McMichael, McPheeters, Menz, Montfort, Moore. Fourth Row: Morgan, Norman, Pirtle, Poorman, Ricketts, Rothermel, Simonton, Smith, Sommers. Fifth Row: Spruance, Strong, Sullivan, Thompson, Waibel, Wolfskill, Woodhead, Voge, Mrs. Mikusek, sponsor. sz, i W E E Q' ii 3. , i lg L1 HN i. t Q ., V AAAV i .- 1 zil V or ,,.. A Y K t i f - t.,re. .,ri1.t 'WJ 4 it fl 7 x t X ' i tiiie irit s,.i K 1 , , V l , L4 I ,,,,, , , ,,, A l . f.. r ..,, . I V K S 4 My iz W V, , ,Q vt . . . .. M a if . f - ,,,i, x,1 V L,,i V VVVV , l ff xi A H Al 1 1 n n .r.l,. r 'M it . M M ' 1- ll 1-w f 1 A as as if srrr 'f 'P fe n. .. rrir if Q t i A isl i 5 i rr i ., it XA ' t i Q5 x .X as K 1 Il A l I 'emi The Y-Teen Organization has done much in the line of service this year. Among these activities was their Christ- mas project of making favors for the hospital. They also took bags of candy to the colored section of town. Besides this, the club has had a Mother- Daughter Banquet, and has made the mayor an honorary member of Y-Teens. Y-Teen Officers: l. to r,, Front row: Celia Porter, V. Pres.g Katie Gibbs, Pres., P: Spruance, Sec.3 Second row: Diane Stockton, Pro. Chairman, Mary Kelley, Rep Beverly Caddell, Sgt. at Arms, Lynn Waible, Pub. Chairmang Standing: Caroly Kincaid, Worship Chairman, Mary Coffer, Parl.g Becky Thorla, Treas. Y-Teens Y-Teens: l. to r.: Allenbaugh, Anderson, Bernard, Bucher, Burdick, Chasteen, Coffier, Dennis, Doormier, Dodson, Gibbs, Haley, Heath, Hefferin, Heron, Hodgins, Hopper, Kelley, Kincaid, Lambert, Lowe. Lynch, Manor. Merrill, Monthery, Norman, Oglesby, Pierce, Porter, Post, Price, Reddell, Savage, Spear, Spruance, Stanford. at Q If 4 . t V fa, . Q r -P-.fs 'ff L C 'i'i 'irc . . r K ,P - . . . x i i .i.e 1 , , L ly . fl y I' .4 ' 'I wx ,Eg ggelk yglg, i I iN . I il A lk XE. B 5 . ,Q I i' ak t .i S '77 P . j i L 'ffl s at N r f it r. y . Sg., y y .LEV 2, .Tli H V. 9 9 S ,V gi, g 4, 1 ,jr . 1-xi r .1 it K LA , It I X A ,xo rr , , . Y A I T I X 'ii "'e -'.: It ei tl r I .- ,-f' f - - . , i . l - ,, . , 3 ' N ae fm' V 0 2 V, ga,-i fn Ti' In ,gll M. p f' :F '-531 9 5 kv' A ' IQ 'J . V x I If I I 1 A 1. to r. Stockton, Taylor, Thorla, Voge, Waible, Wooley A ' AV ' Wynn, Caddel, Miss Heverly-Sponsor. is 5,314 x ii IQ... I f I 1 4 Serve Their Community FQ! 13 7.5 Q A Ni What a hungry-looking crew. Y-Teens made Christmas favors for patients at AMH. 133 ii E n 2, 'M 'Kawai' ' x N ai - L . ,i :Q ,4 AHS Region X Choir Members with Mr. Skelton and Miss Ellis 134 Who, me? ? 5 A-m...a,,VV ir W if ., ,.,.,,,,., ei, w , Complete Region X Choir Region Choir Presents "You did a great job" Arlington High School was host to the Region X Chorus when seven other North Texas schools converged on the city to join 16 local students in presenting a concert on our stage. The All-Region Chorus is a new idea and was organized to provide an opportunity for more students to participate in a workshop-type of program under an experienced director. The concert was free and open to the public. Directing the concert choir of 118 voices was Travis Skelton, member of the S. M. U. Music Faculity. Visiting choir members came from Birdville, Denton, Gar- land, Grand Prairie, Sherman, Grapevine, and Gainesville and stayed with members of the A. H. S, choral department. A mixer was held after the first rehearsal session and everyone had a blast! Difficult Concert Here just Dreaming??? What a schedule! if i Q You have a good chance next year, juniors! 0dd's ----- Caught you, huh? 7 I wonder what jackie's beaming about? 136 Al" 253523 The eg-ir at how long will you keep it? Ends When did this trouble begin? That chocolate one looks good! V 5 HOW is the fit, John? Have you got thht spirit? 137 , P ' ee K ggi, ' vw. r: 'fm 5 Q 3 , . is .,.,,,.f , ,Z Y E:':1 i an me it ,av-. K 'H if it lily at Q is ' 15 'K L Q... 'lx Xi ,ff p , X 0 K Q rx Ronnie Haag and Jackie McMurtrey sell supplies to two students. The Student Store supplies the materials needed by every student of Arlington High School. These supplies include such things as workbooks, notebooks, pencils, erasers, and rulers. During the day, the store is opened before school, as well as first, fourth, and six periods. Those who work in the store are given the op- ortunity to serve the students of AHS and they also gain experience in salesmanship. Store Supplies Needed Materials Top Row: Courtney, Haag, Huckabee, Kindred, LeBlanc, McMurtrey. Second Row: Norvell, Rhodes, Scottino, Seals, Skinner. 4 , , ' H. H S! ,I . lj, K . Y K' . . ,ae -n 'uf' ' 2 s.. E L A 4- e 5 , - M sl 1 ff f . . ,. ee . 4, ., T -5 1' l I + K.. Behind the Scenes lx ww it imlfw-t l ww Mrs. Lacey is engaged in a typical after-hours job--run ' ning off tests. it .. , " i Mrs. Holland and Mr. Whitlock, Spanish teachers, ex- periment with the recorder. I Tea char s Perform The science department teachers enjoy lunch and coffee boiled on bunsen burner. 0-ug a A, ul, .4 Nw-ii Can you type physics problems, Mr. Duff? awww.- Mrs. Paysinger helps Billy Rayburn with a geometry after class. Many Outside Functions Mrs Fleming and Mrs Clements take time out for a I coke M 6 o X any Mrs. Galvan makes out lesson plans. 141 STEP TWO: Pictures must be taken. Big Brother is watching you. The Col Beginnin If-2 . if , if -my 'Nu- BV! Q -W .. wwhwu W"""'i""""""""""-i, M Mo ' M-'mmf ' I f 1 my , ,,,,wi ,. '-,rg STEP ONE: Layouts must 142 be made. Ehaw orral From J End STEP THREE: All of this lovely green goes to the publisher STEP FOUR: The entire annual must be proofread at the publishefs. AT LAST l The finished product. we A W The Colt Paper Staff work behind the scenes to publish our bi-weekly Colt Newspaper. Below are pictured the various steps in the publication process. The editor-in-chief, in co-operation with the various page editors makes assignments. They are, in turn, posted on the bulletin board where journalism students and members of the staff initial them to indicate that Adaire Pool and Madeleine McCoy make as- signments for the pages. l"""'-R ww. Three journalism students initial their assignments. Publishes Fifteen Issues Mike Peters, Mike Parsons, George Daniels, and Jesse Pat Tull copy reads for errors. Proffer write stories, sxcf ,1 144 they have seen them. Then comes the process of writing and typing the stories and checking the copy for errors. After the pages have been dummied, they are sent to the printer where they are made up. They are proofed one last time before the students receive them every other Tuesday morning. Staff of The School Newspaper Miss Farr :md Aclaire watch the page being made up. The staff members proof each page -' ' - If-S I '1 1 gf:-"fx, Selecting the appropriate play is quite a task, at least Miss Stinson thinks so. Ricky, Jay, Tracy, and Mike go over their lines just once more before trying out for the One-Act Play. Ji ,X cy L L ,N .E , A . lx t,, , ix ' N 'v V K J l ,a-.4 , .1 3,3 li ii f ltlr , Q X, i gk if 5' ,Wai xg, r 'ii' r Milt Q M ami J, We 'N 'X fa 3 A johnny Yandell, Lights and Curtain Manager, shows Gayle Elliott, Stage Manager, how to operate the stage lights, 146 Wg l 1 V 2 el rtr gs si rrl i ll C J , lll Q, ill .5if+,fer93,1 r Eight Stag Having Very few people realize what hard work goes into the production of a play. Try-outs are held, and then a cast is se- lected. Committees, Stage Manager, Lights and Curtain Manager, and Prompter are chosen. Then the rehearsals begin. First rehearsals are usually hectic and the re- sults is a worn-out cast, Soon the play is over, after long, late hours and extra rehearsals. But it was worth it! Jay, Lynn, Nancy, Carol, and 'I S E if" Scenery Committee--Front row, l. to r., Barbara Probst, Sandra Sanders, Carolyn Skidmore. Second row, 1. to r., A. C. Phillips, and Kay Jeanes. Props Committee-l. to r., Judy Phillips, Diane Per- rett, Carlet Kight, and Bettye Usher. M if l e P a Q W ,. se, c a will .1 ie if fl I if if in it -1 - ll' vt 2' if "il ll" ' 31, ill 1 l 'V' F' ""' l, -V -'u w i1'AlH'l 'hw Q,,J. I if ' 'fl twig: Q ll Y 1 3 Qi i llfeeefflwll- 'l 'E ml at 'l flaws e M y ailllllslaarfiilillil JM llolal W 5 ,W,,,a, "'3?1.I"'Vf ",r ,521 mf Il' 1 gr ,HV 1, 413 fin K, f Ga ' e Yagi, f A 35 pg K di: 3 Z 5 ? 4' V , jf ffm 1 if . 1 sez, all fill if F ww,-fi ,ill rl 1lr 1 as 4' Q af f"' M, Twm air i H Eff at lar f li il 1: lil"" rl ltr' l li 'Wll it 'wld :iw-11 - N 'ix "!. N hw' f ag mg l il .l illy i f m l ii' i H M area.,-,..r. 2 lrrr in mail Wlliisieii a curtain call on opening night. Business Committee-l. to r., Marsha Sutherland, Marcia Jacobs, Business Manager, Martha May, and Starlett Wilson. Jay and Tracy practice on one of the scenes from "The Importance Of Being Earnest." 147 Can you imagine the chore that cooking would present for a mother of 1450 children? Per- haps a boy could vision the life of a mess sergeant in the services. This is what our cafeteria ladies experience daily. Their day starts at the time the student's day be- gins. They begin to prepare meals planned by the dietician. They eat lunch about mid-morning so that they can serve the three hungry mobs as they arrive in shitts. Their day is climaxed with the cleaning of the dishes and kit- chen. Where else can one buy so much for so little than at school? 148 Performing general repairs and various cleaning activities are the "keepers of the schooln, the custodians. They are divided into individual groups and are assigned a specific section of the school to clean and to keep in order. jobs range from replac- ing light bulbs and reparing desks to waxing and mopping the floors and halls. The slick, waxed cafeteria floor aids in a successful dance, but too often credit is not given where it is due! With the new wing, custodians have additional duties. Keepers of The School ff Hou Mr. Corey transposes a news core. FW K Several students "calmly" await to try out. "More Than Meets the Eye." Bill Murchison makes use of the practice rooms as he goes over his music. Challenges keep band students on toes. l The long awaited Choir trip begins. ii- Auditions prove nerve racking. In Choir And Band Choir robes are checked out for special events. WJ! Decorating for All-Region Choir was a lot of work 151 " 1 MW '4X"X'AA- W.. ...,. XXAAA W N D W wr""""" in W' -K -4- x gurl gg : -' 'K .fx M: N M N-,Tw - ,MWM2 X 'Y , 4 KJ , uf 8 A W4 AQ - ' J' , 1' ,, . Q , ,M QT ?"' W ,. X 1 , NWN' I ,QQ .1 QE . v iv . jm ! '1 llilif if First Row: Bush, Hollingsworth, Russell, Palmer, Wright, Busse, Summerford, Pahany, Gilstrap, Demaris, Hawkins. Secon Inlow, J. Houston, McPike, Brenning, B. Houston, Ivy, Skiles, Cravens, Tierce, Redden. Fourth Row: Britten, Garrison, Me MAYFIELD WORKMAN Head Coach or DOYLE MALONE Line Coach ELO NOHAVITZA Backfield Coach SAM CURLEE End Coach 154 Jaffe Pac! Ear! fearafz if kewkw Not since the Arlington Colts won State championship in 1951, have the Colts posted a better season's record. The Colts emerged from the season with an 8- 1-1 record and second place in District be- hind State finalist Wichita Falls, the powerhouse which was held to a mere 14 points margin. One of the most impres- sive victories was over Carter-Riverside, who suffered their only loss in regular season play. The Eagles went on to win their district honors and go into State playoffs. The only real disappointment was the Grand Prairie game. The neigh- boring foes, out, to ruin the perfect rec- ord, played far above their heads to hold the Colts to a scoreless tie. :l Row jones johnson, jones, Ragland, T. Massey, Malone, Stepp, Thompson, Biles, Risher, H. Massey. Third Row Keith 12 Jackson Harvey, A. Wright, Faught, Carmichael, Matthews, Watkins. Reward' .Chee fefieoffzfe TEAM Northside Greenville McKinney Garland Carter Riverside Denton Grand Prairie Birdville Wichita Falls Irving ABE BUSH Trainer RON N Y JONES Head Manager CHUCK BRITTAN Manager BRYAN HAWKINS Manager 155 ii. M iii wil dm MMM ll' ""' Mlm! Q i i W Are you following me? .Caffe ' Jog 'ffE'EI'.f, IZ-0 The Colts of 1959-60 opened in grand fashion, stampeding the North Side Steers 12-0 at Memorial Stadium. Strong ground power accounted for all the Colt touchdowns as the passing power seemed to fail. The Colts gained only 14 yards in six passing tries. Hardly what they were expecting to do. Arlington stopped a powerful Steer drive when Cleddie Keith recovered a Streer fumble. Nine plays later, Steve Brenning slipped over for the first touchdown for the Colts this year. A pass attempt failed, and the score stood 6-O at the half. STEVE BRENNING DAVID BUSSE Taking the kickoff of the second half, the Colts moved to their second tally. Tommy Cravens and signal-calling Benny Hollingsworth took a big part of the needed 58 yards to paydirt. It took 10 plays to cover that distance. The ball was carried to the 11 yard line by Bobby Biles who had just received a six-yard pass from Hollingsworth. Mike Inlow got the ball and lugged the pigskin into the end- zone, but not before a Steer sank deep into his midsection. The ball squirted high into the air, bounced around, and was covered by Tommy Crav- ens. The point after was no good since Biles caught the pass out of bounds. TOMMY CRAVENS FRANK GILSTRAP Mi ...ti M Get away, kid, you bother me! Kaffe Jvereame Jefkf? 122 Jrap Mm: Arlington High's Colts stormed from behind to decision a determined Greenville eleven, 14-13. Striking long and late, the Colts managed to over- come a 6-0, Greenville halftime advantage fashioned on several Pony miscues. The Lions drove 41 yards in 8 plays to put the first tally on the scoreboard. The Colts mounted their first serious offensive late in the first half on Hollingsworth's passing and a heads up catch by Mike Inlow on a muffed pass. The drive died on an intercepted pass. Arlington struck early in the second half as Brice Houston momentarily bobbled the kickoff, then picked it up and scampered 87 yards to knot the score. The swift junior outran 3 defenders for the last 50 yards to paydirt. JAY HOUSTON MIKE INLOW The Lions scored again in the third period after recovering a Colt fumble to go ahead 13-6. Early in the final period the Colts marched 81 yards to tally the winning touchdown. Big play in the drive was the final one as jay Houston took an aerial up the middle. He used a fine downfield block and some nice running to go 27 yards to score. Hollingsworth threw to Inlow for the crucial extra two points and the scoring was over. On defense, the Colts were good, especially Lucian Palmer and David Busse, who combined to give the Colts some fine work in the middle of the line. Cleddie Keith, Steve Brenning and Wes Wright made some nice tackles on the under plays. SKIPPER JOHNSON CLEDDIE KEITH WWWM ,,.. . Heads or tails? 4"!lli4?9'f0.l7 .QIVEI Afeifney Zfbm' Arlington turned on the Colt power and tromped the McKinney Lions 30-15, However, the Lions looked good at the first of the game. The ambitious team got the ball and drove 80 yards for the score. But the Colts were not to be beaten. Hollingsworth and Co. ripped 7-4 yards in 13 plays to score. The greatest damage came from Hollingsworth relentless roll-outs. His biggest plays burst for 21 and 11 yards. Benny then dropped back and calmly let Bobby Biles for the tally. Tommy Cravens ran over to make the score 8-6, Colts. Never again were they behind. The Lions looked dangerous at the beginning of JERRY MQPIKE LL'ClAN PALMER .tm the second quarter, but they fumbled away their chances. Hollingsworth turned on the steam and headed for paydirt, driving over from the three. Following the kick-off the Colts had possession after three plays. Dick Carmichael stepped in and drove for 6 more points. With 8 seconds left, Cravens picked up two extra points. Midway thru the third quarter, guard Steve jackson intercepted a Lion pass and raced 17 yards to a touchdown. Hollingsworth added the extra points and the Colts called off their horses with the score 30-7. The Lions scored with one minute left in the game leaving the score 30-15. RICHARD RAGLAND KENNETH RUSSELL ,anim WSL' 5 9' 1 I in X is 1 , ,.. A fm X f if il i -5 F 'WM ww 0 M P ik I ik , M ,, . ,W .. ., 1 ar A ' an, " 'W' A uk ,f f , , ,L ' 'X . - ' ' ,,, -L. 'I Q. A ,V -.1 f l ...ml I Heads up, Richard! ! Jeff: Breeze Perf e7eefee, 23-6 Arlington's Colts powerhouse stuttered through the first quarter, began clicking in the second period, and caught fire during the second half to down a stubborn Bronco eleven. There was an air of upset about the beginning of the game as the Broncs repelled Arlington drives in the first period and showed signs of outgaining the favored victors. Shortly, after the end of the first stanza, however, the Ponies fielded a Bronco punt on their own 29 and started their first touchdown drive, which was climaxed with Tommy Cravens three - yard plunge The pass for points was not complete to leave it 6-0. Cravens, Hollingsworth and Houston were key gain- ers in the 13-play payoff. It took the Colts 10 plays to cover 69 yards for their next tally, with Mike Inlow plunging over AL STEPP TOM MENZ from the one yard line. Hollingsworth accounted for 25 yards in one gallop. The next score came from a safety after the ball sailed over Denton's punter into the end zone. Hollingsworth intercepted a Denton pass and re- turned it to the 20. From there, the Colts started their next scoring drive, moving the 80 yards in only six plays. The final one was dazzling as Cravens went through the right side of the Denton line, cut to the left, and raced some 48 yards for the score practically untouched. Taking over on the Denton 47 when David Busse fell on a fumble, the Colt reserves took only six plays to score again. jerry jones dashed for 17, and Dwayne Ivy got 9 on two tries. Brice Houston scored as he scampered over from the 15. HARRY ALLISON BRUCE MALONE Run, Tommy run l Aerpflfed Gopher: liz' irbkyfon, 0-0 An inspired Grand Prairie Gopher eleven rose to the occasion to tie highly-touted Arlington 0-0. The Gophers could not threaten the Colt goal line in earnest, but they held off' numerous Colt drives. Several Pony drives were f.ustrated deep in Gopher territory, one carrying to the five yard line. Other drives reached the Gopher 19, 25, and 27 before the eager Grand Prairie forwards could halt them. One of the highlights of' the night was a spec- tacular punt return by Mike Inlow. He took the punt on the Colt 118 and in trying to cross with the other safety man, Brice Houston, he collided with LAZLO PAHANY JACKIE SUMMERFORD :Plea if the quarterback. Unperturbed, Inlow bounced off Houston, reversed his field, and scampered 33 yards down the left sideline to the Gopher 19 yardline. Another exciting play was a diving catch of a Hol- lingsworth pass by Richard Ragland on the Gopher 25. The Colts held the Gophers to 98 yards on the ground and 5 in the air. Outstanding defenders of the contest were Lucian Palmer, jimmy Risher, Cleddie Keith, Skipper johnson, Steve jackson, and Brice Houston. HERMAN MASSEY THURMAN MASSEY Will he make it, efaffs 1510 5f2'dv1?'fe I9-3 The Colts remained undefeated as they handed the Birdville Buffaloes another loss. The game for the most part belonged to Arlington in the first half and Birdville during the second. The Colts, however, were able to stop most Buff drives before they got far. The lone Birdville touchdown came with slight- ly more than four minutes to go in the contest. The Colts scored in the first, second, and fourth quarter. Late in the first, Benny Hollingsworth rounded left end for the final 2 yards of a drive which started from the Colt 31 and included a 20 GEORGE FAUGHT TOM DEMARIS yard pass to Tom Menz. Early in the second stanza, Arlington drove to the Buff 2 inch line where Cravens fumbled the ball. The Buffs punted out to the 38 yard line, but on the next play Mike Inlow took the ball to the left side on a reverse and ate up the 38 yards for a touchdown. The next score came when Inlow intercepted a pass on the Colt 37 and returned it to the Buff 10. jay Houston scored on an aerial from the eight. Andy Wright kicked the extra point. WAYNE HARVEY DICK CARMICHAEL fig 2? M-'4"' -f"'? Get on 'em, boys! lard ffgxffflvg Coffs' impped 55: fayafesz 219-6 The game Arlington Colts, fighting a fierce but losing struggle, first tasted defeat at the hands of Wichita Falls, the defending state champions ground out a grueling 20-6 victory over the Arlington eleven. Benny Hollingsworth brought the crowd roaring to their feet several times with his passing and run- ning antics. On several occasions, Hollingsworth would find himself bottled up, and still manage to fire the ball with coyotes hanging all over him. Cleddie Keith, and Steve Brenning sparked for the Colts on defense, trying gamely to hold Shield and Reagon intact, but to no avail. The Colts blasted down to the two yard line on ANDY VVRIGHT KENNETH VUATKINS their second series. With a first and goal situation on.the 3, Hollingsworth moved to the two. An off- sides penalty set the Colts back to the six and then Hollingsworth was smothered on the 10, With a fourth and ten facing his crew, Workman sent in Andy Wfright for a field goal attempt. His kick from the 16 strayed to the left and the Coyotes took over. The Coyotes, leading 8-O at the half made it 14-O shortly after intermission. Arlington scored in the third period on a 63 yard drive. Carries by Hollings- worth, Brenning, and Houston put the ball on the 22. A pass to Brenning moved it to the 14. From there the Colts were not to be denied and Inlow rambled across from the three. The converison failed. Wichita's final tally came in the fourth period when Shields scored from the one. Arlington made a desperate bid in the closing seconds to reach paydirt. In the last minute of play Hol- lingsworth rifled out nine passes for four com- pletions. 'V-S, ii. fi? ' Lwwv ,Y L ...J 'M' gw , 54 as if 1, 4 , ef 'mmmlam1mmu:nnaHm' Xiq XX,,1, Q WXXXX l . VV at k , . . Xue, V X V , X , gn i . l The starting offense for the Colts this season ' W V je., w WAAN M, 'X racked up 170 points and was held scoreless in VX XX 4 ' "h" V VV i ll X ' ,V l only one game. The line included: Ragland, EVV. , , Sam y ' Q ' ' , V V 2 Richer, Skiles, Tierce, Russell, Gilstrap, and Biles. fx X - y V iixi - lgackfieldz Inlow, Hollingsworth, Houston, and 'XX ,- X V M, 1 V , V 50 V , ravens. I iXX'if'i X il' 5? W Xt if ' X T ' il X llll X X T , V f ,faggiv VV? V 3 V V V f iiii f Z lfiiiifafll Xirgw l , , ,,,,. at Q M X -to 1 2 'N ef-V if , . , N V, l"XsX..,iW XX , , 1 , Aiqj' + - ,sv sw, ' VV V u ma, ,gem ' , WV , ' W ' .Mae . f,.,.,,,,ff-s,...f-Xzwigiwt ML.:l,-if U 'W Ut wmmmmmmii ia V V The Colt defense held its opponents to a total 5 i ' '21 of 69 points, whilelkeeping four teams scoreless. V ,!x, X ' VM State-Finalists Wichita Falls had to settle for 20 l , V. f f V X' V J' points while Carter suffered its only loss in ' M X J ,au . K ' ' regular season play at their hands. Line: Ragland, '53 , ' XX , V 1 ' , Xt .X QV ., Busse, Palmer, Risher, johnson. Linebackers: Jack- . 1 ' A N ' ' ' , K ' -,X , 5 son, Matthews. Backs: Brenning, Hollingsworth, PJ X L 4 ' V VV 1 5 . Q V' V ,,', and Keith. . .V V X f ,T ' XX 5' S .ft '- Ty f sw e T f 1 21 fi X-li? ' :gf X llll ff X . rl" ' 3 if ' 5 X 'f-1 f l- '.a fe- M352 ' b A - 'ji is 5 aww F .V vf-V V M g-5 fa, ,tm VV VJVQVWV V geugy, ,..,, , M. X , T, -i?,Xl'Z,::f21Q,.fl?fi S' X' X,L.qT'+i?:,g 2 fx. . i ' M VV :Aww M M -X A " V V V .V g t 'X-i,:,"'W"iP. . as X . Pl, , a,,, ,X V X V 2 X ' , V , , If WX , ,. , V X V it . it Q These are the Seniors who ended their Ar11ngt0I1 I N 2 r ' in FT X J 1 Nl ll K X H' h S ho l ee th's e r Hollingsworth Mc 2 1 1 igcocarriyaz .,- 1 H75 B Pike, Russell, Palmer, Wright, Busse, Brenning, f V V' 5 if i Gilstrap, Keith, Tierce, Redden. Also Bush, Cra- V' .ff f ' Q q 4 Q , vens, johnson, Ragland, Inlow, Houston, Thomas, V A K' X 'i X Y " ' , -i X Biles, Risher, and jones. , X WX ' . , y 4 5 A V 5 ' f g X ' . r . il ' H X V ,m n 'ii 1 zf ' we... w ith XX Those returning for the 1960 season will be: jones, Houston, Garrison, Stepp, Summerford, Pahany, H. Massey, DeMaris, Watkins, Ivy, Skiles, Menz, Malone, jackson, T. Massey. Al- so: Britten, Faught, Carmichael, Harvey, Mat- thews, Wright, and Hawkins. 166 fm.n.:m.-m mme mamma 'Ijommy Cravens, jimmy Risher, and Benny Hol- lingsworth served as this year's tri-captains. 5, eel Bobby Biles, All-District, All-State Honorable Mentiong Jimmy Risher, All-District, All-Greater Dallas, All-State Honorable Mentiong Benny Hollingsworth, All-District, All-Greater Dallas, All-State Honorable Mentiong Mike Inlow, All- Districtg john Tierce, All-Greater Dallas. Winners of the awards this year were jimmy Risher, Most Valuable Playerg Tommy Cravens, Sportsmanship Awarclg and Kenneth Russell, Best Lineman. . ,if W5-K gs 'lil lie Chuck Brittan, managerg Bryan Hawkins, managerg Ronny jones, head managerg Abe Bush, trainer. 167 76 :fs First Row: Garratt, Rankin, Osborne, Roberts, Bogard, Grimmer, Pahany, Ricketts, Guzman, La Bennett, Thompson. Third Row: B. Moore, Nelson, Weatherrffd, G. Moore, Shemwell, Bar Young, Snowden, Harvey, Bush. Yancer. Fanning, Bearden. Fifth Row: Godwin, Hendricks, Wright. f9a'?!?? He: JAMES GARRETT Coach 168 GUY SHAW THOMPSON Coach f 0 .fasten 1' e?ewew The Arlington Colt B-team had a rough sche- dule this season. They won one, tied one, and lost seven in nine outings. The game with Garland was cancelled. In spite of their record, they dis- played good material for next yearis varsity squad. das Huff Second Farhat, Smith, Payne, Mebus. Wynn G ntsch Pederson Long Clower f Ah Jt s worth Doescher, Ward, Hart. Fourth Row: Bagby Lloyd Richardson Prather ndoval Lrllard Garner, Coble, McKinnon, Ellis, Gumpert Manor Managers King Marks R QQ6 fe.-fff fzi feiedvfe Team They Northside 12 Polytechnic 6 McKinney 32 Garland canceled Carter-Riverside 16 Denton 0 Grand Prairie 20 Birdville 20 Wichita Falls 46 Irving 20 l 2 1, Aw First Row: Carlson, Binion, Burress, Ivy, Houston, Williams. Second Row: Weatherall, Riley, Malone, 5 ' Hollingsworth, Menz. Bush. Qin 6 0 SAMCCUELEE Ca!! Jager: 64 we 6'a.amaf1an gi oac li my mn .F SCHEDULE is A Although the lost column out- Opponent T g weighs the wins, the Arlington C tGa1rKland ld ' " Colts Cagers ended up with a suc- at 2512331 e , cessful season. Most of the losses Grand prairie l , K , , JIM11Y2En,iOX came early in the season and many Carter-Riverside 6 by narrow margins, which produced Woodrow Wllsoo 1 I f.v . . Sulphur Springs A all thrilling contests. Birdville " N "C "" 3 During district the Colts lost only Arlington Heights I one game in the first half. That was Nolggislde so to Birdville who won first half. ln . Y . . . A l t H ht the second the Colts tied for first Img ?1'!i:ch mg S with Irving, but lost out in the play- Pascal . Off game. Arlingtiarnlirljgeights I ' ' F ll ' -wr MIKE ANGELL gffffitapfaini I C ' Manager Birdville 3 " ,,, V Irving 'L it ,,' Wichita Falls on Grand Prairie ...Q ' do I gl Birdville 4 ' Irving l U JAY WRIGHT Manager ' 'I 'S 7 Ifi5f:',f1i"M V ' 170 hey 56 45 60 42 71 56 38 54 48 51 71 42 40 48 57 51 52 38 47 70 49 43 50 46 First Row: Yancer, Dominy, Wood, Mahan, and Bronstead. Second Row: Davis, Klutz, Buchannon, Boon, Lowe Elliot, and Hart. fl Wg? , ' " ' W LL if-A 'i -2-fir 1 ' if M , i' ,, '71 .. xx x , ' W a f ,tilt 1-i-,i 1 J-Cir -Tiana, 'M l gf Q Q. l Coach MR. NOHAVITZA This year the brilliant basketball "stars" of "62" dribbled them- selves through a marvelous season. They played fourteen games in all, winning nine and losing five. Most of their losses were pre- conference games against mostly Fort Worth schools. The B team didn't attend any tournaments this year. The 1959-1960 Colt B Squad was made up of eleven sophomores and one junior. They started the season off with another sophomore Lee Bush, who was so skilled in his actions that he was placed up on the A team where he proved to be a great asset. The B team had several outstanding players among them. One of these was james Klutz, their lone junior, who will no doubt have a main place on the "starting five" next year. Reel' fpefi .Ceann 171 JOE WEATHERALL ROBBIE CARLSON Heads Up! joe lays one in! Y x BENNY HOLLINGSWORTH DAVID BINION 172 is n x DON RILEY SONNY WILLIAMS Robbie controls the ball! Joe jumps center n TOM MENZ BRICE HOUSTON 173 Y IKEY BURRESS DWAYNE IVY Joe Weatherall, Don Riley, Robbie Carlson, and Sonny Williams cap tured All-District honors during this season. Serving as captains this year were joe Weather- all and Benny Hollingsworth. BRUCE MALONE LEE BUSH 174 y , 2 " 21 Fa 1 1 1 111' 11111 l f 3"l'l71f1'1 11 l ' 1: M1 1 A 'V 11 1 ,.,,N, 1 1k 1 ,,,., 111'lll11z1:11, 11- 1 ! -N 1 l"'lll'l"l'l' 1 '1 ll1lll it 1 1ll1 ll 2 'll . 1' X ':"2' ,,,,, , ,,,,!! Q W J Y 1 ' 'v'11. "" m1 '21 A WMM: l' X11 11 WQN, 1,1 ,, '1"N1 31l'1l1'w111,11z 11 1 , W f ' 1 H .1 , 1 1 W, 5 ww" 1 ' 1 , ' M1 1, 1 1 1 111 1"1" 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1111 1 V111 1 1 1111,11,111 1 1 1, ,1 N on Mebus, Rex Latham, and Jim Tom Stiles repare for a track meet, , Othel Hamilton flies high. TRACK COACH Guy Shaw Thompson Deck 1 x TRACK TEAM: Bottom, L. to R. Fowler, McKinnon, Dominy, Elliott, Latham, Williams, Stiles, Payne, Coltellaro. Second Row: Cunningham, Mebus, Ward, Creswell, Leeds, Skinner, Sandoval, Gresham, Hamilton, King. Third Row: Klutz, Baily, Riley, Lowe, Keith, Cravens, Collard, Thorton, Hodge, Davis, Clawson. maxaman-unnsunnulu. 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Not Pictured: Mike Inlow and Bruce Malone 6a!f joe Hall sinks a putt. Mike Inlow tees off! ,Mx CZ K Members of the boys' tennis team: Willis Uggen, O'Neill, Laughran, Malone, Weatherbee, Woodhead, Irons, Blackman, Vennum, Parsley, Burns, Moffett, Nowell, Gilbert, Hancock, Cremer, Jordon, jones. Weatherall, Johnston, Clifton. Mrs. Ballard, Coach Nohavitza 0 5 vw. 1 fi Tannahill. L., H v v X Kilim, V I - First Row: Vogee, Burdick, Harrisson, Norman. Second Row: Frisbee, lobe, Rusl 1' Q. if ,- I Y, Ye , slmpl E First Row: Hollingsworth, Keith, Campbell, Brenning, Busse, Fanning, B. Moore. Second Row: Wziitc, Bennett, jobe, R. Moore, Berry, Watkins, Bush. Third Row: Hitt, mgr., McCrary, Gowan, Carlson, Roche, Veres, mgr. Coach Malone Squeeze play! Reseda!! 5 Roche pitches . , . . . . Marty Catches ,,,,. .-v"""' t"x 4 gwf Avy W , ' W1 LJ.5lff"W7'3--LJ.,,' '. V'.,,j,'x?f"",3?z.3'1'g5fi . P ..,1:'-- an ,,, - ' """""'f?:-UAV" 394' F , N "-fm' A " 'wx X S. t m.z.!44,,f,wMw , if' m'!"'44-lm' , J 4..lff,,'-' M' H ,-H 'r wr. MAN., 11" M," ' -w ' fs H, 1' fl. 'wax " , H wjmmw ' ' , ,, mr. J A ,E 1. ,.,,, ,,M ,. , . YQ .. ,A 4 .1 Xxx Jiibl-Bb! R3 L PE soNALrnEs 1 STAPRING ARLINGTO ,HIGH NSCHDOLW ,.,, -NZ ,,,..-ff 1 1 l 1 i W 1 I 1 E M 0 O O 183 YW fam Sazeake gajaame afdnawafvldaaol as WMM je Weadiezaw M070 Pafziefz .6469 vibe Edu Suzanne Fleming Senior 3 ge il ' wil, we Q Ann Hilliard Senior Karen Huffman Senior Starlett Wilson .... Homecoming Queen Karen Raish junior A fr n if jf? sae Hawkins All of this ,.., and Mums too Sophomore . M , joy Burress and John Tierce Q! Starlett Wilson and Benny Hollingsworth jill Reed and Frank Gilstrap Otis Niles and Judy Johnson Gayle Elliott and Nelson Parker O Each month one boy and girl of Arlington High School are selected as outstanding seniors. Juniors are also eligible but it is usually given to a senior. The girls are chosen by the Epsilon Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. They should possess charm and poise as well as being out- standing. At the end of the year the most out- standing girl of the nine is rewarded a 5550 Savings Bond. The boys are selected by the Rotary Club. Each month the chosen boy attends the weekly meetings. Suzanne Fleming and Jay Houston Vicki Handley and Mike Inlow Marsha Sutherland and Daryl Campbell Marcia Jacobs and Tommy Cravens MR. AND MISS SCHOOL SPIRIT Bubba Eppes Sandra McLellan Clinton Ueres Gaylene Garrison WESTERN KING AND QUEEN Zkzdke S paakfte Qfualfa T' My ew Sweedfeafzf fav 06606070 M5544 7 724 Eafzlafm 7 704' S Peyyy Mana! e-7's?f04' Smeedfeww Www Duchess S' 6 Zzmadbn DU-ke SANDRA MCCLELLAN DOUG DUKE 192 I CUTEST Sandra McLellan Steve Brenning MOST TALENTED Linda Thomas E, L, Atkins PEPPIEST Bettye Usher Tracy Stanley MOST HUMOROUS Sandra Sanders Bubba Eppeg WM' Ji V ii g,f t M 5 rm , I , v E, Ni wid S , ,J ' ef WWJ 1 ' S MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST PERSONALITY Jlll Reed Frank G1lstrap Karen Huffman Nelson Parker FRIENDLIEST BEST DRESSED jack Marty ,Q-an -f" BEST FIGURE - BEST PHYSIQUE Linda Hatcher Tommy Crave-ns It BEST DISPOSITION Mike Inlow Judy Johnson M ,,..q.-uf--W 111, BEST DANCERS Judy Phillips Jay Houston MOST ATHLETIC Benny Hollingsworth Marcia Jacobs .bf BOY'S STATE Stan Parker i H BETTY CROCKER AWARD DAR AWARD Jackie McMurtry jill Reed GIRIJS STATE Katie Gibbs Joy Burress 5 ,.,MW, ,wt Wi-4-. W 'K iifhi ,W - .fe l ,cull 5, ,My so as if t. " 1 ' . 4 ,.m,"P"' --sf H ll 'W Sue Hawkins, Sophomore favorite, is this year's choice for the Dick Carmichael, although he has but a short career in Arlington top honors of her class. Sue was also named Homecoming Prin- High School, has already been elected president of the sopho- cess and participates in such activities as FHA and office assis- more class and is on the Varsity Squad. Now he adds the honor tance. Her sweet personality and friendly smile are the contribut- of class favorite to his slate of accomplishments. mg factors to her popularity. 197 I "JT if Q -, yy al WEE i , 5 l 'lgi i A1 ' ji f Z1 A:-i ,j ll' "" ' i-gf I " Wiwrltw' yi: ' fl. fest K M 45 f 4 Karen Raish, red-haired junior, adds the title of class favorite to her list of honors. She has also been Valentine Sweetheart and social chairman of her class for the past two years. This year she represented her class as Homecoming Princess. 198 M, f as 3 i teas -ie? ft 2 S-.Nr f jerry jones, the junior class's selection for the favorite boy, lists the honor of vice-presidency of his sophomore class among his top accomplishments. In addition to this, he also plays on the varsity team and is vice-president of the Safety Council. 1 5 wut. ' Mike Inlow, senior favorite, is co-president of his class, vice- Sandra McLellan, two years a class favorite, again takes this president of the National Honor Society, a member of the honor. She has held officer's positions in FHA. Safety Council, Varsity squad, and was also named FHA Sweetheart this year. Camera Club, and Literary Club during her high school career. His sense of humor and disposition make him one of the most The title of Miss School Spirit is descriptive of Sandra's friend- outstanding upperclassmen. liness and warm personality. 199 6'lf4.5'.5'f5' .-'fr ,- X 4, Eg" . iii:-va' I l" " --Q1-v xy 4 1-. -f. 1 . 1 1 , f ,. -'5w:,'F"' ,, ' , 311 g,, ,f A .fr- 4 1 1 +1 . 'fe'-' -. ' , ' -" ' ., 4: 'X ..a,,,.,1i U., X ,Z .4113 4 l 1 ji w -e- -A . -aff: , 1: 3, -.1 ',-,. 75: "J-.J . ..s"k'F'Ef:.!-wi ,.s - ' aivlx 4. .K ' L 4 -,.:,t , .gn .J .- f' . ., ' ' " Fi H 9-I 1 R1 Q 5. if i Q: 5 3 1 Q A w 5. The sponsors for the Sophomore Class are the following, fl to rj standing-Mr. Garrett, Mr Thompson, Mr. Booher, Mr. Morrison, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Ross, Hegfkznfhy fb6'l7 My do Sophomores got their first taste of high school life upon entering Arlington High School. Although they had the largest number of students, they learned to Work and cooperate together with surprising unity. Hard work and enthusiasm for their class are two strong characteristics which will prove the Sophomores to be a valuable asset to Arlington High School. Dick Carmichael conducts sophomore class meeting. 202 igwnf CWM' 9' 'ii WW ,,, ,ww W W-if ir wil WWW' ww' my 'w rr at l 5 in S 1 , is 'M 5 ' '1 1 1 M f r . . is in SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Dick Carmichael .,.,............,... President Lee Hart ............ Vice-President Dee Dee Mosby ............ Treasurer Beverly Stanford ............,,...... Secretary Sue Bucher ...,........ Social Chairmen ....,,...... Johnny McKinnon 203 fsf'?E5Exi2?Slf9lg'??5'5'fiZ??iE5i?Tf1 1 2 is - ty f ,W ,Q W ox I V X Z A , A I, ir A . i I . vyik gif, I H R Ai ,. . - ii. Qfgzr, A l Aix A I S if I ,'A, I X Aa PQ 'Z y 'arg f- can Alford , A 4 , Robin Allbright H-er fit 'W' 'V Q john Allen , , ' ' ' Walter Allen f r x A in is y N 'x .ff f V seth ' Isis tri' fr. ' g ' l f ' 5: 'vi ' t 3' lf' V 1, 5 4 :sf A sw, Gary Abel Diane Abney Kathy Adams Kay Adams Lee Adams Sharon Allenbaugh Sandra Armstrong jimmy Ashworth Carol Aston Linda August 5' 0P6W!ll01?f.5' . .. Hffflifflfb' 1 X ef Gary Barcroft David Barker Land Barksdale Jerry Bates Tommy Bennett Tommy Berry Janet Boswell Denyse Baggett Marlin Baily Carrol Baker Mary Baker Mack Bagby Sherry Bates Barry Bearden Bonnie Beebe Judith Bell David Beltzner Wayne Blackman 4' 'R r' Donna Blesi ' 3 .3 David Bodkins , M Q - Ronnie Bogard 3 ,QQ -Q W' Mills Boon 'i i X V Q.: . Vera Booth ,,, i -:4: ' ' ' Andrew Bower ff V 13 ' , ' A X 'Q J-n, Eddy Bost E 14 L 4 ? 'Q joan Bowers t ' ,1i' V 45 " Sandra Boyd 'B , Q -2 - '2'-' A Q X 'aft' ' 'I l ' 'F I I K y Bobby Bradfield . - A A t Danny Branseum '. - "' " Ati EL Saundra Broshear A ijt, 1 is RI Karron Breswell ' K S A x ' A 1501? 14 Hffffi fUfM?f Mary Brewer -I John Brewster Alan Bridges - . Donald Brett 5 Marian Brittan m Q Harry Brodie , I '- Carolyn Boeske ' ra f' Sharon Brown I m John Brodie E. l 'G L11 .gms it X , f ,t David Bronstad J' 'S v 4 6 Betty Brown ' ' l Robert Brown ' 3' nl, Sandra Brown " 7 Larry Browning z H sk ii Kenneth Bryant A if? Jn , lv" 3 jimmy Bock ' 4 lg 'K ' so 'ti Lizabeth Buclcalew -4 A ,V if - . A A' Q1 Curtis Buchanan ' "" 1 . Q 205 i 4 ' ' ' V K l Q A - X l 7 1 I K T27 s I s Sue Bucher Michelle Burdick Byron Burleson Wayne Burns jimmy Burrow Bob Busch Beverly Catltlel Delon Campbell Stevie Campbell Thurman Cantrell Kay Capps Dick Carmitliael Gary Christian Elizabeth Church Suzanne Clark Charles Clawson Quincy Clements David Clifton Lynn Columbia Kenneth Compton Linda Condley Mike Conner Glenn Cook Paul Corclis C! X 'T Q A ' Lee Bush f ' ? all Dorothy Butler Q J V 1, Judy Butler C1 " Sherian Byers ' ' ' ' as ' Ronnie Byford Q an av A. Y an ,R A V S , ,oi ' ,C-2, '37 C' M, . C a Ronnie Carter 6 g, it Eddie cjasreiiunos ' i 4 f, Carole Chaney ,gf ' 7 Biii Cherry ' 1 V 1 Barbara Chism x , I '57 , ev V la ' 0 ' is C4 'XY . wr K' , i i Q up x s 'Q f I x A N ' john Clower f "' " john Coble -J - Craig Coleman "1 4. ay 'JW Nan Collins Q, , r X Toby Coltellaro x X X 4 V V. 'M A Yrgzb . C ff tj ' ' f .,.., 35' , ,f ' "' 'W ' " 7 .. - ,,, , J' live 'Q' Egiiiiiiifl 2 -t we 2 as W 1 , 5 "F pw ' .-.. ' " ii' ,- 'Q K X ,. I SQWMKTEW ,i.. I- i ,A it fa 2 - fa ZWSM 2 ' " .iff XM ,Q , , Wm ..,.-,. , A I ff yy x 59' it 9 ' f , L- . . , J 1 1 Connie Cox-ic Betty Loui Cox .Ioan Craig Laraine Craig Pamela Crittenden Darlene Cunningham Monica Daniel Carol Darroch Eugene Davis Marty Davis Rhonda Davis Orris Deel Suzie Deering Dale Dempsey Richard Dickens Gill Diggs Ricky Dill .f 'll S i'i" will if - f Charlotte Cross 'If " '3 f A S rv Molly Crouch N if V ,V Genie Culbertson K """fg Cf, A , it X Georgia Cummings X . 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XX , X 2' XX J james Wallace f' if ,WX X 5 ' X 1 Linda Walters 'A l 1 XXX ' Wt X ' Hugh Ward T Je X t 4 I f XX Jfmmy Wd . tltrrr sl- A i t r st i Y li' "" A ik,XX if Nancy Warner am Mm -w X W W- X ljl Barbara Warren WX l"' M NX XMA ' W il Billy Watson .fy 4 vi X 1.-.Mgr i Gary Watson - ' jackie Watson xv' l ' , 'Y x Johnny Watson Ronny Watson Joe Weatherrel Linda Webb Diana Weitrecht if wl i ig Yvonne Whitaker Wi ,f Y George Whitenight ll "w, l 'V Charles Whiteside , i 1 Sara Jo Whitt Q " u i' Gary Wilcox ' Betty Williams , Cheryl Williams Mm A Pat Williams .V N 5 Rodney Wilson ' I, W Janice Winnett ' 93" tl Anthony Wolltrnan .W I s Regina Wolfskill Mary Ann Wood , ,,.,, Mike Wood X Wg 'Q iv Robert Wooclhead X Vw A If Sandra Wooley ff" Sonny Wooten V iii Q it I I u K N f X Jerry Worley Andy Wright -ir X Jay Wright Johnny Wright Joyce Wright Sharon Wfright George Wynn Martha Wynn Paul Wynne '- Bob Yancer Dana Young in "'i U fi Y i R s 2 fg t rf J? '- Diane Young Z ' g Judy Young rf' 'W Robert Young 2 , X Ronnie Young -'jjj M . f' gi ' Garry Darby L' M X, f ' 5' I I L Robert Eichelberger 217 X JF. Jil 5 it rllll , l w il The sponsors for the -lunior Class are the following, fl to rj standing-Mr. Faulkner. Mr Curlee, Mr. Clark and Mr. Crouch. Seated-Miss Amos. Miss Butler. Mrs. Galvan. and Mrs Campbell. 218 fiiff UJWXIZ Uflff 70 50 Third down and one to gof The class of '61 began their first year as upper classmen with new activities, friends, and teachers. The junior prom, the most important social function of their high school year, proved to be an exciting event for all. The junior boys' participation on the A-string football team was further proof that they had at last become "wheels." As juniors, the responsibil- ity for a well-rounded student body for the forthcoming year rested with them. They showed their enthusiasm and school spirit by campaigning as heartily as any of their predecessors. Witlu only a few stumbles, they have almost reached the final step in the winding stairway to the top. junior president, lkey liurress presides oxer class meeting. Wwmzrmmypmgkk M , .WA Us wmwmm M 'fn w-,WWW mmv"""Q'4w-M m..,..,,w mmm 'UQ 1--,.,,W-1 rw -K 41" W '-qqnhu f.M.""hqI ,rf A4-FB! 5. if r ...,.q-sd' K P is . ' " . . if Qi-u .,,, , i, I , 5 Af ., ' Agn! y yf.!,' 'YJ M-4 fi' i Q 5 A 'gg I in?-f 2352 f ,Q QW' gfwgf 5,3 ii-,fi'k?.,i Eiissfi' W DW 2 -A 4: yff' Q' vp.a . V ii' "ffl J' ik, Jian- iarffifh, J-if 5 , ' Yi' ff - if JUNIOR OFFICERS Ikey Burress .............,,, President uce Malone ........ Vice-President Becky Thorla ..,.,.., Treasurer Cindy Pirkle ................ Secretary Karen Raish ............ Social Chairmen ....,....... Herman Massey 219 W' Circle of Big XX'lieels? I if ' X JUXVXUHJT .. Wfflfifflfb' if? X C3 J' 3 Cindy Ackerman julia Adams Gayler Allbright Beverly Allen jo Ann Allen Harry Allison Connie Anderson Michael Angell Geraldine Ashcraft Barbara Axelson Sandra Ayres jerry F. Bacon Barbara Baggett David Bailey Larry Bailey Saunclra Baize john Baker Lincla Baldwin Allen Bankston Darlene Barton Wally Bates Ulrich Baur Carol Beard Cynthia Beard 220 Wc're behind you fbfffff WAI' U 1797 UP Opal Bell Tony Bell Larry Bellville Ruth Benbow Henry Bentley Pat Benton Gloria Berry judy Bernard jackie Bernard Linda Blachly Shirly Bland Ernest Blocker Shirley Bodkins .N W jerry Boen Charles Bond Judy Bond Ruth Boultinghouse Linda Boxley Bobby Brady james Bray Betty Ann Brewer Glenn Brewer Warren Bridges Chuck Britton 221 ll, K .A jf' A .. ' .Q eg 'niz '13 4 sq. on 3 Q 1 Qi' be l B, B 'oe' l' to if Blflr B K e xx at X t e Bl Q - 'P if Y Q 6, y fi ,B Q., . '47 r f B , lr " A K4 I z : :,. 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Charleene Broeshe Linda Broshar Bobby Brown Wayne Bryant Mickey Bumpass Bobbie Burchfiel Cathie Burke Carol Burnum Ikey Burress Janna Burris Gerald Burton Robert Bussey Sandra Byrom Bobby Cahill Gilbert Cain Carol Caldwell Shirlynn Calhoun Edward Camp David Cansler Don Cantrell Doris Cantrell Kathleen Carr Margaret Carrico George Casey 9' Mike Casey Nelda Caudell Sandra Cauthorn Scott Challenger Sharron Chapman Anne Chasteen Shirley Chester Kathy Cigainero joan Clare Donna Cobb Mary Cofer Kathleen Coleman jim Collard Ted Collard Kelton Conner Dawn Cook Bill Cooper Everett Copeland Sarah Cornelison Ed Cosgrove jimmy Cosgrove Jeanne Coulter jackie Courtney Sandra Cox Have you heard about Geri Cracraft jo Ann Cree Doris Creed Ronnie Cremer Robert Cuskaden Richard Curtis Robert Curry Charles Cunningham joe Cummings Bill Crowley Ray Creswell Mike DaPrile Shirley Day Tom DeMaris Becky Dennis Bob Dennis Norvell Disch Kaye Dodson Harvey Dominy Cecelia Dreery Richard Dublin Monia Duckett Larry Earley Clifton Eason 224 Jeanne Elick John Elliott Judy Erickson john Fagan john Farrell George Faught Dennis Fearka Mike Ferrell Ruby Flenniken Barbara Flood Sue Foreman Geneva Foster Steve Fowler Bill Franks Sue Fricks Kay Fry Ann Fullerton Pete Fuentes Tony Gaines Gary Garmon Linda Garner Simpson Garrison Pat Gaulder William Genzel The big kick-off ! 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YEA Ray George Sandra Gibbs Ted Gibbs jean Gilbert Jim Godfrey Audrey Goin Lynnette Goldman Shirley Goad Don Gordon Vicki Gorman Darrell Gotcher Carol Gowen Ronnie Gowen jimmy Grace Martha Graham Dexter Greene Gavin Gregory Paulette Grubbs james Hall joe Frank Hall Nancy Hall Pat Hall Leroy Hallmon June Halsey Martha Ham Sandra Hamilton Gayle Hand Earl Hansen Mike Hardwick Jim Hardy Fay Harmon Tommy Harp Billy Harrell Dee Harrelson Betty Harris Ira Harris Billy Hartley Linda Hartsfield Jesse Harvey Ruth Hasey Dixie Hastings Bryan Hawkins Judy Hayes Leigh He-tlin Becky Henry Larry Henry Velda Heron Charles Hester Look, Mom, no cavities! ,E F Judy Higgins Bill Hogrefe Mary Holbert Cecil Hollingsworth Robert Holloway Billie Holman Pat Hooley Dean Hooper Robert Hopkins Barbara Horner Brice Houston Clemma Howsley Jimmy Hubbard Donna Huckabee Richard Huebner Roger Huebner Carylon Huffman Reed Hunt Shirlee Hussey Pearl Hyndmen Bill Inman Dwayne Ivy jimmy Jackson Steve Jackson Anita Jinks Ann Jobe Billy johnson jimmy johnson Margaret johnson Darlene jones Hardy Jones jerry Jones Ted jones David Joyner Armin Karbach, Jr. Billy Keen Clyston Keener Mary Kelley Paula Kevil David King William Kinninmonth Linda Kinnison Nancy Kitterman Phyllis Kizer Nancy Klatt james Klutz Barbara Knight 229 Clinton Knight Q rim l Standing room only Eddie Knight Gerald Kraybill Kathy Kunkle Raymond Lambert Mark Lamkin jerry Langford Rex Latham Harold Lawing john Lawler Janis Leath Jimmy Lee Michael Leeds Richard Leininger Jameslyn Lewis Larry Lively Bill Lloyd janet Lockstedt Robert Love Patricia Luzader Joanna Macri Bruce Malone Evelyn Maner David Mansfield james Martin Mac Martin Beth Marvin Herman Massey Thurman Massey Marvin Matthews Judy Mayes Janet Mayhew Georgeann Mays Lynn McCorkle joan McDowell Don McGiffin Karen McGowan Sharon McLemore Travis McLemore Delores McMahon Lawrence McNamara Judy McNeel Cecil McPheeters Edward McWethy Tom Menz Carol Mercer Jean Mickelson Charles Miles Jo Ann Miller Teaching in the halls has its advantages. E 2 if 2 5 H El ss gs 9 Q Ez 5 ii 5 is is N 2 Si 3? fl U 51 sl E El 5, si .Qi ii S 231 I knew we could do it! X rm Q.. Q .4- 1 NW ,ki if-up ,M-. Lonnie Miller Bob Minter Gerald Mitchell joe Moack Ronnie Moffett Billy Moore Ed Moore George Moore Ronnie Moore Bonnie Morrison Malcolm Morrow Martha Morrow Michael Mayer Charles Mulkey Bill Murchison Linda Nation Suzanne Newcomb juanice Nicholas David Nivens Nita Jo Nix Skipper Norman Mike Norton Diane Nunn Jackie Oakes 232 33 Cliff O'Connell Robert Ola Don Owens Dennis Oyler Elaine Pace Laszlo Pahany, Jr. Beverly Palmer Ray Parker Donna Parr Juanita Parra Gwen Parrish Edgar Paschal Gary Paschal Jean Patterson James Peabody Greg Pearice David Pfarner Clayton Phillips George Phillips Grover Pierce Carolyn Pilcher Elizabeth Pipes Cindy Pirkle James Piwetz Q X 09. fs, 5 4 Q: ' . X, J. nf' ., ,W R f-:is V ,Yi fl: : gm QQ -,f a I , 5 'P' .W I NN X A . ki ,Y i K x R i r P X X ,,,,, I ,Q b y E VK V la R' R 1 I'm a Hard Size to Fit! f jerry Plemons ,Io Plernmons Bobby Jack Poe Tommy Poindexrer Celia Porter Tommie Sue Powers Linda Pratt Dale Presnell Kay Price Alvin Ptomey Judy Race Karen Raish joe Randall Lyndel Rankin Toy Rasor Ellen Rawdon Martha Rayburn Wanda Reasoner Rex Redden Margaret Reed Sandy Reel Danelle Reese Elmer Rehfeldt Loyal Reid Nancy Reynolds james Rhett Bobby Rhodes Jack Rhodes james Richter Larry Ricketts Fred Riggs Don Riley Mary Rivers Ricky Rivers Linda Robins Dan Roche Myrtie Rogers Bill Rowland Pat Rush Anne Russell Judy St. Peter Carolyn Saunders Linda Saunders Judy Savage Carmelee Schug Carolyn Scottino Sherry Seelye johnny Sessions m y V 45,3 ,Vv W A 15' 15 .K 0 Q L. 'ei wi ,url . ' 1 2 '-fu. sr r A W 3 -Y 4 . M MQ pf We go for the Gophers... K N . l Neither rain nor sleet nor ..,... Al'L.ll A5 4 S. .,, , x "Vt Q K .. X 3 4 Y Ali! ! fv-, wwf X yn Don Sexton Bill Sherman Karen Shurrnon Sonny Sides Bobbie Seer Carolinda Simmons Don Simonton Eddie Simpson Keith Skiles David Skinner Ann Smith Gary Smith Sandra Smith Frank Snell Ronald Spain Pete Sparrow jan Spence Annette Spencer Pat Spruance Carole Squires Judy Steakley George Steele Al Stepp Shirley Stevens 236 Bonnie jean Mary Sandra Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart james Stiles Jerry Stiles Heinz Stocker Lynda Stroud Don Sudduth Louis Sullivan jackie Sumrnerford john Swafford Wilma Talbott Betty Tamplin Glen Aldah Taylor Taylor Betty Thompson Patsy Thompson Becky Thorla jimmy Thornton Anne Tinner Toby Tisdale Meredith Todd Harold Tomlin 4? X 'S f, K W' ' la 4 gf 'ff T , '37 W 237 S ll If X 419 aff fs. , 'li X, . Q z V x Xu ' , hi J, f sal ' " W f vu A -as g Q 4' 1 ix I if Tracy!!! Ricky Townsend Mary Turner Nancy Turner Suzanne Tucker Mike Tull Thomas Urie Prudy Vader Tommy Van Buren Susanne Van Riper Quentin Venum Clinton Veres Pat Vines Lynn Waibel Linda Wallace Calvin Walker Jim Wanker Beth Ward Terry Ward Kenneth Watkins Kenneth Watkins Marie Watkins Kathleen Weatherford Shirley Webb judy Webster Carl Wetherbee Emory Whipple David White Mary Whitten Avon Whitworth Sonny Williams, jr. Clifford Wilnite Mitchell Wilson Sammie Wilson Milton Windham Gary Winter Charlene Wise Beverely Wolf Tommy Wood Mary Worrell Jeanie Wright Eddy Yale Robert Young KY SX? W Q. A -fi f -re Q1 fi: f,--7 .i ' nm, fl , H35 l f nh. Vi' r 1. Q 3 43- g ,, 1 if A-Q-nur X Roger Weed Jr. Karen Younkin jimmy Zimmerman li? Barefoot Contessa? 239 The sponsors for the Senior Class are the following, fl to rj standing Mr Nohavitza M Roquemore, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Land. Seated--Mrs. Sherrod, Mrs. Lacey Mrs Simms .ffeppfbg ffzfo Me It-Ufdfb' The Senior Class of 1960 is the first class to begin as "Fish" in the new building and to climb the ladder to the top. This class has something many classes do not--- togetherness. They proved this many times by winning first place float three consecutive years and best Halloween booth two years straight. Now an end has come to these happy high school days. We have joined together and enjoyed many good times. Although our lives will be filled with many more enjoyments, we will always keep these memories in our hearts. Mike Inlow and Nelson Parker demonstrate parliamen tary procedure. Q l O i u u sill N i Q ? 3 3' A , , -Q 1 3 I 1 4 lm m, 71 wt , Jw' T 5 Y E, JO ELLEN ALLBRIGHT FHA, 1-2, Red Cross, 3'43 Cam- era Club, 4. BETTIE ANDERSON FHA, 1-23 FNA, 53 Latina-Espanol, 4. KENNETH ANDERSON Latina-Espanol, 5-4. WENDALL AN DERSON MARVIN ANDREWS Band, 1-2-53 junior Achievement, 55 FTA, 2. 242 KAREN ABNEY FHA, 1'2Q FTA, 5-43 Camera Club, 5-4. CAROLE ADAMS Mademoiselles, 2-53 FHA, 1-2-53 Library Club, 23 Red Cross, 2. JACKIE ADAMS FHA, 1-23 FNA, 5-43 Camera Club, 53 Foreign Language Club, 5-4. BOBBY ALLBRIGHT 6WOI6'l'f 025419 MHUUZ. . . PAT ALLEN Red Cross, 23 FHA, 1-23 Mademoi selles, 43 Devotional Council, 2. PEGGY ANGELL JERRY ARNOLD Red Cross Council, 23 Football, 1g Camera Club, 4g Stu- dent Council, 1. E. L. ATKINS DONALD AXELSON Choir, lg junior Achievement, 3-4. WW' 114.57 fill!! !1'lf4!l!6'f LINDA BAILEY FHA, 1-2-3-4, FNA, 4. MARILYN BARBER FHA, 1-23 Camera Club, 3-4, Foreign Language Club, 5-4. KATHY BARNES Choir, 43 OGA, 5-4. LAWRENCE BARNETT Golden Gloves, 4g OTHER SCHOOL: Foot- ball, 1. RENE BArEs U A Band, 1-2-55 FFA, 1-2-3-45 Devotional COUNCIL 5- SHIRLEY BEARD PTA Council, 33 Library Club-Officer, 3--lg journalism Staff, 5. 243 f E fi Yi l if 2 3 i Q a 5 5 Q fan. Q f?f6'f4 lfflfb' 150019 HAROLD BEARDEN Camera Club, 43 Senior Play Crew, 4. JOHN BECKER Interscholastic League, 4g Photography Staff, 1g Fonesco, 3 KAY BEENE FHA, 1-2, Publication Representative, lg Camera Club, 33 FNA, 4, ANITA BENBOW National Honor Society, 3-43 OGA, 3-4. BARBARA BENNETT FHA, 13 FTA, 23 Library Club, 2. JERRY BENNETT DYRIL BERNIUS Choraliers, 3-43 Safety Council 5. CLETA BERRY FHA, 1-2-4. BOBBY BILES' '- Football, 2-3-4. Ar Y SHIRLEY BILLINGS FHA, 2-3-4, FTA, 3-43 FNA, 3-4g OGA, 3-4, Camera Club, 3-4. DAVID BINION Basketball, 2-3-4. JEAN BIRD FHA, lg Devotional Council, 3-4, Safety Council, 3g FTA, 344, Foreign Language Club, 3. 244 HWPI' l'f4f?.5' BRIAN BLACKMARR I Junior Achievement, Officer, 4, 3-4 CHARLES BLACKWELL Safety Council, 3, Camera Club, 4, sentative, 2. JULIA ANN BLACKWELL RNA, 2g Latin Club, 2, OGA, 3 4 BOBBY BLAND JIMMY BLANTON SIDNEY BIRDETT Safety Council, 1. EDWARD B JORK Camera Club, 4. Publications Repre- R JOHN BODIFORD A Band, 1-2g PTA, lg Library f- Club, 1'2. A JERRY BODKINS ,V Latina-Espanol Club, SQ Football, 3. ELIZABETH BOHANNON FHA, lg FNA, 53 Camera Club, 33 Literary Club, 3. DAVID BOWMAN VERNON BOYD Choraliers, 5-45 Devotional Council, 4, Junior Achieve- ment, 4. 245 CELESTINE BRADFIELD FHA, 1, Safety Council, 4, Mademoiselle, 1-2. JOHN BREM Devotional Council, 3, Red Cross Council, 4 Club, 4, Safety Council, 2. STEVE BRENNING Football, 1-2-3-4, Track, 1-2-3, Basketball, 1-2, Baseball, 3-4, Student Council, 1-2-3, Class President, 1, Class Favorite, 1, FHA Sweetheart, 1, PTA Council, 4, RAYMOND BRETO LINDA BREWER FHA, 1-3-4, PNA, 3-4, .- Camera TERRY BREWER National Honor Society, 3-4, Cheer- leader, 3-4, Camera Club, 3, Library Club, 2, Student Council, 4, FHA, 1, PTA Council, 2, Publications Repre- sentative, 5Q OGA, 3-4. GLYNDA BRILEY Paper Staff, 3-4, Glee Club, 1-2-3, Paper Staff, 2-3-4, junior Achievement, 4, Library Club, 2. STACY BROWN JOHN BRUMHALL Football, 1-2. GAY BUCHANNON FHA, 1-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Camera Club, 3-4, Latine-Es- panol, 3-4, Red Cross Council, 4, FTA, 2-4, Library Club, 3, Literary Club, 4. CAROL BURCH FHA, 1-2, Safety Council, 2, Library Representative, 33 Camera Club, 3-4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Senior Play, 4, Paper Staff, 3. BOBBY BURKINS - Golden Gloves, 2-3-4, Baseball, 1-3-4, Student Council, 4, Safety Council, 4 A 00,9 fl0f4f.5' LOUISE CAGLE FHA, 1-2, FNA, 3g Choral, 2-3-4, Junior Achievement, 3-Sec.-Treas.g Newspaper Staff, 3-4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Literary Club, 4, Camera ""' Club, 4. DON CAMPBELL Track, 5, junior Achievement, 39 Officer. RONNIE CAMPBELL Key Club, 3-4, Safety Council, 3-4g Baseball, 3-4g Basketball, 3-4, Camera Club, 4. JUDIE CARBARY ROBBIE CARLSON Football, 1, Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Baseball, 3-4, Class Of- ficer, V.P.-3g Junior Play, Senior Play Crew, Student Council, 2-43 Key Club, 2-3-4, Red Cross, 1, Choral- iers, 2-3-4, Pres. 43 Camera Club, 3-4, Pres., 4, National Honor Society, 3-4. SUE CARNEY OTHER SCHOOL: Los Amigos Spanish Club, Varsity Tennis. JENNY CASHION A Band, 2-3-43 FHA, 1, FTA, 1-2, FNA, 3-4, Latina-Es- panol, 3, Junior Achievement, Officer, 33 Devotional Council, 3. Plf46'fU HMW 247 Q' LUCY BURNEY Homecoming Nominee, lg FHA, 1-2-45 Student Council, 3-4, Delegate to state convention, 3, Literary Club, 4. JOY BURRESS Student Council,' 3-4-Sec., Cheerleader, 4, Red Cross, 1-2-3-4, Pres., 3, Devotional Council, 33 Girl's State, 35 FTA, 2, FHA, 1, Girl of Month, 4g National Honor So- ciety, 3-4. ABE ALFRED BUSH Key Club, 3-4, Camera Club, 4, PTA Council, 35 Football Trainer, 4-Mgr. 2-3, Track Mgr. 1-2. DAVID BUSSE Camera Club, 33 Football, 3-4, Baseball, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Class Officer, 1, Basket- ball, 13 Track, lg Baseball, 1. DARRYL CAMPBELL A Band, 2-3-43 Band President. 4, Stage Band, 2-3-4, Key Club, 4, Camera Club, 33 Student Council, 4, National Honor So- ciety, 3-43 OTHER SCHOOL: A Band, 13 Slide Rule Club, 1, Spanish Club, 1-Photographer, Stage Band, 1g Dixieland jazz Band, 1. aldrin. f,.nr' Z3 "'S DAVE COLLARD ANNE CONDLEY FHA, 1-2-33 FNA, 3-4, Red Cross Council, 3-43 Glee Club, 23 OGA, 3-4, Camera Club, 4. BRENDA COOKSEY OTHER SCHOOL: FHA, 1-2, Halloween Court, 2. JIMMY COOPER LINDA COOPER FHA, 1, FTA, 2-3-4, Officer, 3-4, Literary Club, 43 Cam- era Club, 3-43 OGA, 3-43 Latina-Espanol, 3-4. 248 0111? PMK5' Wfif BRENDA CHEEK Literary Club, 3-4, Camera Club, 3-4, B Band, 1-2, FHA, 1-2, Devotional Council, 1, PTA Council, 4. NELDA CHILDRESS Red Cross Council, 4. PHYLLIS CHRISTIAN Mademoiselles, 1-2, Red Cross Council, 4. DAVID CLAY Golden Gloves, 1. ARNOLD CLIFTON Student Council, 43 Key Club, 3-43 Publications Staff, 3-43 Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Junior Play, Camera Club, 43 Senior Play Crew, 4, Tennis Team. 3-4, KINNEY COATS GLENDA COMBS Glee Club, 1. 14 676' .9U6Z'f.5'J' BRENDA CRAIG FHA, 1-23 FNA, 3, Latina-Espanol, 3-4. TOM CRAVENS Key Club, 3-4, Student Council, 4, Football, Track, 1-2-3-43 Camera Club, 4, STANLEY CREMER FFA, 1-4, Sec., 43 Golden Gloves, 3-43 Tennis, junior Achievement, 3. SHERRY CROMWELL Camera Club, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Red Cross Zi glass Reporter, 1, Art Club, 23 Glee Club, 1 C u , 4. ANITA CROOK G1rl's Glee Club, 2. SONNY DANIELS JIM DAUGIRDA r 4 1-2-3-4g 1-2-3-4, Council, Literary LADONNA DAVENPORT Camera Club, 3. DENNIS DAVIS Kev Club, 5-49 A Band, 1-2, National Honor Society, 3-4g Camera Club, 4g PTA Council, 4, Melocliers, 1, Safety Council, 2, junior Play Crew, 3, Senior Play Crew, 4. LARRY DAVIS FFA, 1-2-3-4. SAMMIE DAVIS FHA, 1-2-3-4, Mademoiselles, 2g Devotional Council, 3. JOAN DECKER FHA, 1-2, Library Club, 2, Mademoiselles, 23 Literary, 1. 249 CECELIA DENNEHY FHA, 1-2g Library Club, 3. JUDY DAVENPORT Band, 1-2-3-4, FHA, 13 FNA, 3-43 Latina-Espanol Club, 3-4, Interscholastic League, 5. KATHLEEN DeVORE Band, I-2-3, FHA, 1-2-33 Literary Club, 3-4, Latina-Espanol Club, 5-43 Camera Club, 3-4, junior Play, Senior Play Crew. BILLY DICKENS Publications Representative, 3g Red Cross Council, 33 Safety Council, 3. GENE DOLLAR JOHN DONLIN FFA, 1. PAUL DRAKE Key Club, 45 Publications Representative, 1. A JAMES DRENNAN Camera Club, 4, Latina-Espanol Club, 4. BARBARA DUBLIN I FHA, 1-2, Camera Club, 3-4, OGA, 3-45 Literary Club, DOUG DUKE Publications Representative, 1, Football, 1, Camera Club, 3-4, Key Club, 3-4-Pres. 4, Senior Class Officer. DOUGLAS DULANEY National Honor Society, 3-4, Junior Achievement, 3-43 Camera Club, 4. RAYMOND DVORAK Chorus, 1-2, PTA Council, 2. me fm mwfffv A-5 CAROL FABEL Library Club, 1-2-3-4, V. Pres., 3, Pres., 4, OGA, 3-4, Student Council, 4, District TALA, V. Pres., 4. MELODYE FEWEL Literary Club, 4, FNA, 4, Camera Club, 4. JON FINCH Student Council, 2, junior Play, 3, Publi- cation Representative, 4, Latina-Espanol, 4, Camera Club, 4, Key Club, 4, Senior Play Crew. SUZANNE FLEMING Cheerleader, 4, Sophomore Favorite, 2, Camera Club, 4, Senior Class Officer, 4, Sophomore Class Officer, 2, Freshman Valentine Nominee, 1, Choraliers, 3-4, junior Play, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, Homecoming Nominee, 4. PAT FOREMAN FHA, 1-2, Latina-Espanol, 3, Camera Club, 3, Safety Council, 1, PTA Council, 2, junior Achievement, 4. SANDRA FOSTER FHA, 1-2, Camera Club, 3-4, FNA, 3-4, Officer, 4, La- tina-Espanol, 33 Library Club, 2. JIMMY FOX D Student COUUCII, 1, Football, 2, Baseball, 4, Football Mgr. 4, Basketball Trainer, 2-3-4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, National Honor Societv, 3-4. 6'00!'H6'- fbff 67657 GAYLE ELLIOTT FHA, 3-4, Devotional Council, 2-3-4, Publication Rep- resentative, 33 Class Officer, 4, OGA, 3-4, Camera Club, 4. CHERRY ELLISON FHA, 1-4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, FNA, 3, Quill and Scroll, 3, Camera Club, 4, Colt Reporter, 3, Camera Club, 1-2-3. GEORGIA ELSON BUBBA EPPES Student Council, 1-2, Safety Council, 3-4, Officers, 4, Key Club, 3-4, Sec. 4, Junior Play, 3, Camera Club, 4, King Twirp, 33 Mr. School Spirit, 4, Red Cross Council, 1, Football Manager, 1-2. MICHAEL FANNING 049 If GEORGE GASTON OTHER SCHOOL: Basketball 1-2-39 Choir, 2-33 junior Achievement, 3. Colt Staff, 4. KATIE GIBBS -sw' K ':'i-'firffszif-sf ?-.Z 42 ' ' " GEORGE FRANCIS 0 ff f!4!W.9' Library Club, Officer, 2-3, Red Cross Council, 2gCamera Club, 3-4, junior Achievement, Pres., 3-4. JOHN FRANK OTHER SCHOOL: Footlight Players, 1g Allied Youth 1-2. , A iq ANNE FRANKLIN ' l FHA, 1, Y-Teens, 1 COther Schooljg Safety Council, 4. fa- . ,, if a WANDA FRAZIER Y FHA, 1-2-33 A Band, 1-2-3-43 Camera Club, 3, PTA N Council, 4, Stage Band, 3-43 Latina-Espanol, 3-4, Red ' Cross Council, 3. H-vm 'U' Girls State, 3g Y-Teens, 3-4, Pres. 4. Student Council, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Newspaper Reporter, 1, Pep Squad, 2, Band, 2. LINDA GIBBS DALE GILBERT Latina-Espanol, 3. MARILYN GILMARTIN ...nur HUF ELMO FREEMAN Choir, 2-3-45 Red Cross, 1. ROBERT FROST Camera Club, 3-4, Latina-Espanol, 3. PTA Council, 1-4, FHA, 1-2-33 Paper Staff, 33 Business Manager, Colt, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Officer, 4, Ma- ieioiselles 23 Library Club, 2g junior Play Crew, 3. KATHY GEER 'fm LARRY HAMILTON Safety Council, 53 Student Coun- cil, 4g Arlie Trainer, 4. OTHELL HAMILTON Track, 35 OTHER SCHOOL: Track, 1-2. DAVID HANCOCK Band, 1-2, Choraliers, 3-4, Golden Gloves, 51 Iunior Achievement, 4, Officer. VICKI HANDLY Class Officer, 4g National Honor Society, 3-4, Red Cross Council, 5-4, Officer, 5, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, Officer, 4, FHA, 1-2, OGA, 3-4, Camera Club, 33 Literary Club, 43 Publication Representative, 4, Glee Club, 1, PTA Coun- cil, 1. BOB HANKINS 253 MIKE HARRIS Red Cross Council, 2, Golf Team, 1-2-3-4, Football, 13 Camera Club, 4. LINDA HATCHER Tennis Team, 1, Red Cross Council, 3, FNA, 33 FHA, 1. RANDY I-IAUGH Football, 1-2, Publications Representative, 2, junior Play, 34 Camera Club, 4, Senior Play Cast, 4. MARY HIGHTOWER Camera Club, 3-4, OGA, 3. DARLINE HILL FHA, 1-2-5. ANN HILLIARD FHA, 1-2-3-43 Red Cross, 1-2, PTA Council, 43 Student Council, 2, Class 1 Officer, 53 Camera Club, 3-4, Lit- erary Club, 3-43 Homecoming Nom- inee, 4. DON HOGLAND Latina-Espanol, 3. BENNY HOLLINGSWORTH Football, 1-2-3-4, Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Baseball, 2-3-43 Track, 2-3g Student Council, 2-3-4, Vice- Pres., 4, Key Club, PTA Council, 2, Nat. Honor Society, 3-43 Camera Club, 4. BILLY HOOVER PAT HORSLEY Band, 1-2-3-43 Red Cross Council, 33 Chorus, 1-2-3-4. LINDA HOUSEWRIGHT FHA, 1-23 Camera Club, 2, Safety Coun.g Mademoiselles, 3. JAY HOUSTON Football, 1-2-3-43 Basketball, 1-23 Key Club, 3-4, Class Officer, 2, One-Act Play, 2-3, Interscholastic League, 2-3, Senior Play, Camera Club, 4. 1907 W0!?fH 254 EVA HOWARD Mademoiselles, 1-2, OGA, 3-4. JIMMY HOWARD '57 LINDA HOWELL ' Camera Club, 3-4, OGA, 3-4, Special Award, Secretary,Service Club, 4. KAREN HUFFMAN Homecoming Princess, 2, Camera Club, 3-4, FHA, 1-2-3, National Honor Society, 3-4, Cheerleader, 3-4, FNA, 3, Library Club, 2, Officer, Latina-Es panol, 3-4, Class Treasurer, 2, Devotional Coun- cil, 1-2-3, Student Council, 4, OGA, 3, Home- coming Nominee, 4. MIKE INLOW Golf, 1-2-3-4, Football, 1-2-3-4, Student Council, 2-3-4, Red Cross, 1, National Honor Society, 3-4, Senior Co-President, FHA Sweetheart, 4 MIKE IRELAND Latina-Espanol, 3-4, OTHER SCHOOL: Wrestling Team, 2. DAVID IRONS MARCIA JACOBS Student Council, 1, Literary Club, 3-4, Camera Club, 3-43 OGA, 3-4: Red Cross Council, 4, National Honor Society, 3-4, Officer, 4, FTA, 3-4, Officer, 4, FHA, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Class Treasurer, 3, Ifgology Program at Texas A 8: M, 33 Senior Play Bus. gr. JACKIE JAMESON FHA, 1-4 Devotional Coun. 1-2, OGA, 3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Red Cross, 4, Valentine Nominee, 3, Student Council, 2. Hi fff01?f ,-nu. 255 PEGGY HOWARD Camera Club, 3-4, Literary Club, 4, FHA, 1-2-4, "A" Band, 2-3, Devotional Council, JAMES HOWELL National Honor Society, 3-4, Red Cross Council, 2, Key Club, 4, Annual Staff, 4. NANCY HUBBARD FHA, 1, Literary Club, 3-4, La- tina-Espanol, 3-4, Camera Club, 3-4, National Honor Society, 3-4, Student Council, 4. 4, Publications Representative, 1, FTA, 4. IWW?-1 JIMMIE JOBE Baseball, 2-3-4. JUDY JOHNSON Student Council, 4, Literary Club, 2-3-4, Pres. 4, Class Officer, 2, FHA, 1-2-3-4, Officer, 2-4, Band, 1-2-5-Majorette, 2-3, Camera Club 3-4, FTA, 4, Miss AHS Nominee, 4, Girl of the Month, 4. SANDRA JOHNSON Choraliers, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Allied Youth, 1, FNA, 1, Good Scholarship Club 1' A Capella Choir, 1-2. SKIPPER JOHNSON Class Officer, 1-2, Publications Representative, 2-3-4, Key Club, 3-4, Officer 4, Baseball, 3-4, Football, 1-5-4, Camera Club, 4. FREDDIE JOHNSTON Football, 1-2-3, Tennis Team, 1, Safety Council, 2, Cam- era Club, 4. 255 All!! XWW Wf PAT JARVIS FHA, 1-2-3, OGA, 3-4, Camera Club, 4. PATRICIA JARVIS FHA, 1-5-4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3, Literary Club, 1-2-3, Library Club, 1-2. KAY JEANES National Honor Society, 5-4, Camera Club, 5, Literary Club, 5-4, FHA, 1-2, Choraliers, 3-4, Secretary 4, Junior Play, Red Cross Council, 4, OGA, 3-4, Senior Play Crew. NANCY JENKINS Devotional Council, 1, Latina-Espaaol Club, 3, FHA, 1-2-33 Senior Play. RONALD JENKINS Latina-Espanol Club, JOE JINKS GARY JOHNS Red Cross Council, 1, Publications Representative, 4. R!f4Vf WU Student Council, 3-43 Officer, 43 Junior Play, 1-33 Foot- ball Manager, 2-3-43 Baseball Manager, lg Camera Club, 43 Colt Staff, 33 Publications Representative, 4. RONNIE JORDAN Band, 1-2-33 Choir, 1-23 Junior Achievement, 3-4. BARBARA KEATING FHA, 1-2-3-4, Officer, 4g Literary Club, 3-4, Officer 43 OGA, 3-43 Camera Club, 3-43 Officer, 43 Junior Play3 PTA Council, 13 Student Council, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 Band, 33 Annual Staff, 43 FTA, 43 Senior Play Crew. CLEDDIE KEITH Q Safe Council 1' Red Cross 2 Devotional Council 3 YY , , , 5 , S Football, 1-2-3-43 Baseball, 2-3-43 Basketball, 1-23 Track, 1. CARLET KIGHT Band, 1-2-3-43 FHA, 1-2-3 Latina-Espanol Club, 3-43 National Honor Society, 3-43 Camera Club, 3-43 Qfficer 4. A CAROLYN KINCAID Literary Club, 1-2-33 Safety Council, 33 PTA Council, 43 Devotional Council, 23 Library Club, 13 Camera Club, 43 FHA, 2-4. LESTER KINDRED FFA, 2-3 LEONARD C. KING MAX KINNEY JIMMY KNIGHT JERRY LASSEN Debate Club, 3-43 National Honor Society, 3-43 Officer 43 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist3 Summer Math Fellowship at UT3 Latina-Espafxol, 43 Interscholastic League, 2-3. LARRY LAUGHRUN OTHER SCHOOL: Bowling Club,A1, Officer 13 Student Council, 13 Baseball, 1. Latina-Espanol, 43 Camera Club, Devotional Council, 2-33 Officer 33 Basket- ball, lg Track, 13 Junior Play3 Senior Play. 43 Tennis, 3-43 Junior Play. 257 BILL LAWRENCE OTHER SCHOOL: Football, 1-2-33 Lettersmen's Associa- tion, 2, Tennis, 1-2-3-4, Golden Gloves, 4, Camera Club, 4. TOM LETTER BUDDY LEWIS JOE LONDON DIANNE LOWE Student Council, 13 Glee Club, A'-IQ' A? Wu ROSE ANN LOWRY Library Club 1' Literary Club 3-4' Latina-Espanol 3' Choir 1-2-3-4. Ia AAXV I FTA, 1-3g FHA, 1-3-43 Senior Play, It-Ml? I y a a x V' Q ETHEL LUMMUS LINDA LUTTRELL FHA, 1-2-33 Literary Club, 3-43 Junior Playg Cam- ERA Club, 3-4, Officer, 4, Band, 1-2-3, Senior Play Crew, Latina-Espanol, 3-4. TOMMIE LYNCH FHA, 1-2-45 FNA, 2. DAVID LYONS Latina-Espanol, 3-4. LESLIE IvIaCFADDEN Key Club, 4, Student Council, 45 Latina-Espanol, 4, Foreign Member of the Dallas United Nations. PAUL MARLIN Band, 2-3, Stage Band, 2-35 Safety Council, 4, junior Achievement, 3-4, Officers, 3, Pres., 4. 258 MQ' flflif' vi! INIARTHA MAY ' FHA, 1-2-53 Safety Council, 23 Literary Club, 43 FTA, 5-43 Officer, 5-43 Camera Club, 5-4. DOUG MAZO BOBBY MCCAIN National Honor Society, 5-43 Band, 1-2-5, Officer, 53 Student Council, 53 Camera Club, 43 Key Club, 4. INIADELEINE INICCOY PTA Council, 13 Library Club, 23 Literary Club. 23 Red Cross Council, 23 Colt Staff, 5-43 FHA, 1-2-53 Junior Play3 Quill and Scroll, 5-43 Officer, 4. VIRGINIA MCCOY PAUL MCCRARY Football, 1-2-5 Baseball, 1-2-43 Latina-Espanol, 5-43 Cam- era Club, 43 Red Cross Council, 5. ff?f6WfWf4fV 0114.9 6' HAROLD MARSH Band, 1-2-5-4. LARRY MARTIN Red Cross Council, 1-23 Football, 1-23 Publications Rep- resentative, 2-5. SUSANNA MARTIN Latine-Espanol, 43 OTHER SCHOOL: GAA, 13 ESA Flounders3 Tau Epsilon, 1-53 Latin Clu , 2. JACK MARTY Key Club, 5-43 Officer, 43 Red Cross Coun- cil, 13 Safety Council, 5-43 Officer, 43 King Smoo, 2g Camera Club, 4g Publication Rep- resentative, 2. MIKE MASSEY OTHER SCHOOL: Walter Polo Team, 13 Mathematics Club, 13 Cali- fornia Scholarship Federation, 13 Swimming Team, 2. GALE MAXWELL FHA, 1, PTA Council, 4. 1 5 -'ew X LARRY MCDONALD Football, 1. 6'634IM4ff.5' FWHM MARY MCCRAXW National Honor Society, 3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Latina-Espanol, 3, Inter-Scholastic League, 3, Devotional Council, 4, Senior Play Crew, FHA, 1-2. MELBA MCGARITY FHA, 1-2-3, Maclemoiselles, 2. KATHY INICGEE Camera Club, 3-4, PTA Representative, 2, Literary Club, 4, OGA, 3-4, Library, 3. SANDRA RICLELLAN FHA, 1-2-3-4, Officer 3-4, Literary Club, 3-4, Officer, 3, Class Favorite, 1-3, Miss Publication Nominee, 1-2, Camera Club, 3-4, Officer, Stu- fi M TED McMICHAEL Safety Council, 3, PTA Repre- sentative, 4, Football, 1-3, FFA, Class Historian, 4, Publications Representative, 2. JERRY LICPIKE Red Cross, 1, Choir, 3-4, Safety Council, 3-4, Basketball, 1-2, Track, 1-3, Football, 1-2-3-4. LLOYD MITCHELL Safety Council, 2. SANDRA INIITCHELL FHA, 1, OGA, 3-4, Library Service Club, 3-4, Junior A- Chievement, 4. FRANCES MONTFORT Camera Club, 4, FTA, 4, FHA, 4, PTA Representative, 4, Library Representative, 3, Literary Club, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Red Cross Representative, 2, -Ir. Classical League, 1-2. 260 dent Council, 4, Safety Council, Officer 3-4, OGA, 3, Homecoming Nominee, 1, Devotional Coun- cil, 3, Miss School Spirit, 4, Miss A.H.S. Nom- inee, 4. MARIE MCMAHON rn Hi Y, 1. JACKIE MCTNTURTREY Camera Club, 3-4 QSocial Chairman, 41, FHA, 3-4, Student Council, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Leti, 2, Foreign Language Club, 2. fbffff H141 16' . CAROL MOODY U FHA, 1-2-4, Camera Club 3, Literary Club, 3, FNA, 1-4, Choir, 1-2-3-4. PEGGY MOORE junior Play, 3. SHARRON MOORE Library Club, 2, FNA, 33 Camera Club, 3-4, Publica- tions Representative, 3-4, Club, 4. FHA, 3-4, FTA, 45 Literary BILLY MORGAN DAVID MORROW Football Manager, 1. BURNELL NICHOLS OTIS NILES National Honor Society, 3-4, Officer, 4, Latina-Espanola, 3-4, Pres. 4, An nual Staff, 4, Student Council, 4 Camera Club, 43 Red Cross Council, 2, Junior Play, 33 Senior Play Crew, 4. junior Rotarian. .a-sq., iff I 2? ...ng ff!! MIKE NORVELI. FHA, 2-3-4, Camera Club, 4. NANCY OGLESBY FHA, 2, Camera Club, lg Y-Teens, 1, OTHER SCHOOL, Class Officer, 2. MIKE O'NEII.I. OTHER SCHOOL: Tennis, 2-35 Slide Rule Club, 3. JUDY OVERTREE . Devotional Council, 13 OGA, 3, Latina-Espanol, 3-4. LUCIAN PALMER Football, 1-2-3-4, junior Achievement, 3, Baseball, 1-43 Red Cross Council, 1, Safety Council, 2. 261 JOE PARKER A Band, 2-3-4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, ETSC Math Scholar- ship. NELSON PARKER Sophomore Class President, FFA, 2-3-4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Red Cross Council, 1-2-3, Student Council, 2-3, Devotional Council, 3, Football, 1, Senior Class Co-President, Track. 3. RONNIE PARKER Boxing, 3-4. STAN PARKER A Band, 3-4, Stage Band, 3-4, Student Coun- cil, 1-4, Boy's State, 3, Latina-Espanol, 3-4 Camera Club, 4. FRED PENNINGTON Jr.-Choraliers, 3, Debate, 4. 'Wx DIANE PERRETT FHA, 1-2-5, FTA, 4 SHIRIE PERRY MICHAEL PETERS Camera Club, 2-3-4, School Photographer, 2-3-4 Track, 2-3, Publication Representative, 4, ,IO ANN PHEARS FHA, 1, Camera Club, 3-4, Y-Teens, 3, Colt Staff, 3-4. A. C. PHILLIPS Junior Achievement, 4, Camera Club, 4, ,Senior Play Crew, Wf Z! HUIVM9 Safety Council, 1, FHA, 1, Camera Club, 3-4, Latina-Es- panol, 3-4, OGA, 3-4, Literary Club, 3-4, Inter-Scholastic League, 3, Library Representative, 3. JUDY PHILLIPS Literary Club, 3-4, Officer, 4, Camera Club, 3-4, FHA, 1-2-4, Red Cross Council, 1, Officer, Inter-Scholastic League, 3g OGA, 3-4, A Band, 2-3, Majorette, 3, FTA, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, PTA Council, 3, Safety Council, 4, Officer, Junior Play Crew, Senior Play Crew. 262 4, Glee Club, 2-3. PHILLIPS ' LARRY PHILLIPS HERSHELL PHIPPS Safety Council, 1, junior Achievement, 4. PORTER PIERCE Library Club, 3, Basketball, 4. . EDMUND PILCHER FRANCES PLEKAVIC ADAIRE POOL Choraliers, 4, FHA, 1-2-3, Red Cross A.. National Honor Society, 3-4, Representative, 1. FTA, 3-45 Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Officer, 4, Student Council, 4, The Colt, 1-2-3-4, Editor, 4, La- tina-Espanol Club, 3-4, Library Club, 2. CAROL POORMAN PTA Council, 2-3-4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3, Safe- ty Council, 2, Class Secretary, 3, Valentine Nom- inee, 2, Student Council, 33 FHA, 1. "'-- ,A- GLORIA JEAN POTTER FHA, 1-2, Camera Club, 2, Library Club, 2-35 Mademoiselle, 1-2. 5 PHYLLIS POWELL l Devotional Council, 23 Band, 2-3-4, National Honor So- """ ciety, 3-4, Latina-Espanol Club, 33 OGA, 3-4. '- ANN PRATOR Latina-Espanol Club, 3. W!! f4lW,4K9 J BARBARA PROBST Annual, 4, FTA, 2-3-4, Devotional Council, 4, Melodiers , 4, Officer, 4, FHA, 1-2-3, FNA, 1-2, Camera Club, 5, , lllll' Literary Club, 3-4. y ,-:qu RICHARD RAGLAND Football, 1-2-3-4, Basketball, 1, Devotional Council, 33 ' Safety Council, 2, Student Council, 4, Camera Club, 4. 263 " 1 ,L ,il ROSEMARY REAVES FNA, 4. fH1?006W fbff BILLY RAYBURN A Band, 2-5-4, Latina-Espanol, 5-45 Red Cross Council, 1 JANET REED Mademoiselles, 1, Camera Club, 5-4, Literary Club, 4. JILL REED Student Council, 1-2-5-4, Camera Club, 5, Latina-Espanol, 5-4, Officer, 53 Annual Staff, 4, Editor, FNA, 5-4, Pres., 4, National Honor Society, 5-4, PTA, Council, 5, Officer, ,5g FHA, 1g Senior Play Crew. DAVID REICHERT Latina-Espanol, 5-4. GAI-LYNN RESCH Student Council, 1, FHA, 1-2-5, Camera Club, 5. BOB RICE Band, 5-43 Latina-Espanol, 3-4, RICHARD RIDDELL FFA, 2-5-4, Golden Gloves, 5-4. OTHER SCHOOL: Band, 2. JIMMY RISHER Football, 1-2-5-4, Basketball, 1-25 Baseball, 5g Track, 1, Camera Club, 43 Safety Council, 1-2-4, Pres., 4. PQ DAWN MARIE ROBERTS A Band, 2-5-4, Choir, 5-43 Publication Re - resentative, 53 Library Club, 52 Latin Clu 43 FHA, 1-2-3. MARTHA ROBERTS FHA, 4, MARY ANN ROBERTS juntor Achievement, 4, Officer, Library Club, 1, Glee Clu , 1. 264 Pf4J'67f1!6' l'f46'.5' CARL ROSE Golden Gloves, 3-4. VIRGINIA ROSS FHA, 1-2-3-4, Paper Staff, 4, Mademoiselles, 1, junior Achievement, 3-4. BETTY ROUNTREE Library Club, 3-4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, Camera Club, 4, Devotional Council, 3, PTA, 3. JEANNE RUGGIA OTHER SCHOOL: French Club, 3, Photography Club, 2-33 FTA, 3, Biology Club, 3. KENNETH RUSSELL Football, 1-2-3-4, FFA, 1-2-3-4, Officer, 4, Devo- tional Council, 2. JO RUTH Red Cross Council, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: FHA, 1-2-3, Library Club, 1-2, B-Team Cheerleader. AL RYAN OTHER SCHOOL: Band, 3, Track, 2, Basketball, 2. I-..+.,. fi BARBARA SAMPSON FHA, 1-2, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Colt Staff, 3, Library Club, 2. DONNA SANDERS Junior Achievements, 3, Mademoiselles, 4. SANDRA SANDERS FTA, 2-3-4, Officer, 3, Pres., 4, Latina-Es panol, 4, Officer, Literary Club, 3-4, Camera Club, 3-4, OGA, 3-4, Library Representative, 3, FHA, 1. THEDA SANDERSON Camera Club, 3-4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, Student Council, 1-2, -Literary Club, 3-4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Officer, 4, Publications Representative, 4, Annual staff, 4, FTA, 4, FHA, 1-2. LOUIS SEAY OTHER SCHOOL: Camera Club, 1, A Band, 3-4, Stage Club, 5-4. 265 BILL SEWARD National Honor Society, 3-4, Latina-Espanol, 5-4, Sum- mer Scholarship, 5, Camera Club, 4, Choraliers, 4, Stu- dent Council, 4, Interscholastic League, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: English Award, 1, Chorus, 1-2, junior Classi- cal League, 2. WALLY SHACKELFORD PTA Council, 1, FFA, 1-2-3-4, Golden Gloves, 3, Stu- JACK SHEMWELL DICK SHEPARD Football, 1, Safety Council, 4. TREY SHURMON X KENNETH SMITH A Band, 3-4, Officer, 4. DAVID SILLAWAY CAROLYN SKIDMORE FHA, 1-2-3, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, OGA, 3-4, Safe- ty Council, 4, Camera Club, 3-4, Literary Club, 4. SANDRA SLAUGHTER Mademoiselles, 4, Junior Achievement, 3, OTHER SCHOOL: Athlete Club, 1-2, Tiger- ettes Drill Corp, 1, Spanish Club, 1-2. JANET SLEPPY I FHA, 1-2, Camera Club, 3, Mademoiselles, 1, OGA, 5:4Q Devotional Council, 2, Library Worker, 3, Publication Representative, 4, junior Play. DONNIE SMITH Devotional Council, 2, Golden Gloves, 1-2-3, Publication Representative, 4. JUDY SMITH National Honor Society, 3-4, Officer, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Student Council, 4, Latina-Espanol, 3-4, FTA, 3-4, Pub- lication Representative, 1-2-3, FHA, 1, Literary Club, 3. 145' Wf H!! 266 WANDA STAKES FHA, 1-2-3-43 junior Achievement, 3-4. TRACY STANLEY Student Council, 13 Basketball Mgr. 2, Camera Club, 3-45 Paper Staff, 3, Interscholastic League, 3 4 junior Play, 3, Publications Representative, 4 Quill and Scroll, 4: Senior Play, 4. ff flirt, We ' HOWARD SNOWDEN K RONNIE STEDMAN OTHER SCHOOL: Band, 1-2-3-4, Football, 1-33 Baseball, 2-3. SONDRA STEFFENS Red Cross Council, 4: Literary Club, 4g Camera Club, 4 Safety Council, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Drill Team, 1-2-3 Y-Teens, 1-2-3, French Club, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 1-2-3, V. Pres. Paper Staff, 33 Chorus, 1. DONNA STEVENS FHA, 1-2: Camera Club, 3. ffmfwfzz We Iwi REBA SMITH FHA, 1-2-35 Red Cross Council, lg FTA, 2: FNA, 3-4 OGA, 3-4g Devotional Council, 4, PTA Council, 2, Cam era Club, 3-4. CAROL ANN SNIDER Band, 1-2-3-4, Officer, 4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3-4, Na- tional Honor Society, 3-4, State Band, 5, PTA Council, 1, Camera Club, 4: Publications Representative, 4. PHYLLIS SNIDER Band, 3-4, FHA, 1, Literary Club, lg Latina Espanol, 33 FNA, 3-4, Library Club, 1, Cam era Club, 4. f fm SHARON SNIDER FHA, 4, OTHER SCHOOL: Dramatic Club,1 .n p , ,ub qt., if , 3, , , .... p ' r., I ' , 1 ., , BARBARA SPARROW fd' 1 ' : E . Literary Club, 3-4, Library Club E , 4: National Honor Society, 3-4 ' -"' Latina-Espanol, 45 FTA, 3-4 1- ,'f , '," - Officer, 3-4. 11' BOBBY SWAFFORD FFA, 1-2. .IANICE TANKERSLEY LARRY THOMAS Football, 1-2-4g OTHER SCHOOL: Basket- ball, 1-2, FFA, 1-2, Class President, 2, FFA Treasurer, 23 Track, 1-2. LEROY THOMAS OTHER SCHOOL: B Band, 1, A Band, 2-33 J. V. Foot- ball, 23 Varsity Football, 3. LINDA THOMAS National Honor Society, 3-4, Officer, 4, Annual Staff, 4' Devotional Council, 3, Publications Representative, 1-4 FTA 1' FHA 1-2' Camera Club 3-4' Literary Club 3-4 Iiggia-Eispanolf 3, ,Senior Play Crewg, junior Play Crewi DIANNE STOCKTON MERRILY ST. ROMAIN fi IW!! PAT STRONG FHA, 1-2-3-4, PTA Council, 2-4, Choir, 4, OGA, 3-4. BILLY STROUD .Q MARSHA SUTHERLAND FHA, 1-2-3-4, V. Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Student Coun- cil, 4, junior Play, 33 Latina-Espanol, 3, Offi- cer, 3g National Honor Society, 3-4, A Band, 1-2-3, Majorette, 1-2-33 Cheerleader, 4, Camera Club, 3-4, Literary Club, 2-43 Senior Play Crew. LYNN SUTTON Literary Club, 3-4, FTA, 3-4, Officer, 4, Red Cross Council, 3-4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3-4, junior Play, 33 Senior Play. SANDRA TALLON FHA, lg PTA, 1, A Band, 3-43 Cam- era Club, 3. . ,J HS.. LEORAH TOWNEND A Band, 2-5--lg FTA, 5-4, Latina-Espanol, 5-4, FHA, 1, National Honor Society, 5-4. BETTY TRIMBLE FHA, 1. SANDRA TRULL FHA, 1-2-55 Safety Council, 1, FTA, 4g Camera Club, 5, Publication Representative, 4, Ma- demoiselles, 1-2. PAT TULL FHA, 1, Quill and Scroll, 5-4, Paper Staff, 4. BILLY TURNER Safety Council, 1-2. SHERRYN TIDWELL FHA, 1, Melodiers, 1, jr. Red Cross Sec. 8: Treas., 4 Red CrossACouncil, 1-2-53 OGA 5-45 Camera Club, 3-4 Latina-Espanol, 5-43 FTA, 5-4, National Honor Society, 5-4, Treas., 4, Literary Club, 4. JOHN TIERCE FFA, 1-2-3-45, Officer, 55 Football, 1-2-5-4, jr. Class Pres 55 jr. Favorite, Student Council, 5-4, Student Body Pres, 4 Key Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Junior tional Council, 1, Safety Council, 2, PTA 43 Devo- ,,-1 lik JIMMY TURNER Library Club, lg Devotional Council, 1, A Band, 2-5. LARRY TURPIN BETTYE USHER Student Council, 4, Annual Staff, 43 Literary Club, 5-4, Camera Club, 5-4, Officer, 4, Quill and Scroll, 5-43 Pres., 4, National Honor So- ciety, 5-4g Red Cross Council, 1-2-5g FHA, 1-2-5, Officer, 4, FTA, 4, Devotional Council, 43 OGA, 5--ig Junior Play Crew. AQ LYNDA VAN LEUVAN Mademoiselles, 1-2, OTHER SCHOOL: Chorus, 1. DAVID WAFER Latin Club, 45 OTHER SCHOOL: Recreation Club, 2: junior Classical League, 1, 289 FHA, 1-5, Library Club, 23 Y-Teens, 52 Colt Staff, 45 r, , JIM WAITE BETTY WALKER Colt Band, 1-2-3-4, Camera Club, 33 Annual Staff, 4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3-4, National Honor Societ, 3-4, Y FHA, 1, Quill and Scroll, 4. SHARON WALKER Colt Band, 2-3-4, National Honor Society, 5-4, OGA, 3-4, FHA, 1-2-3, Camera Club, 3-4, Future Nurses, 3-4, FTA, 1. DOUGLAS XVALLER Football, 1-2, Key Club, 3-4. BOBBY WARRINER Library Service Club, 3-4, Band 1-2, Camera Club, 3-4, Latina Espanol Club, 3-4, PTA Coun cil, 2, Publications Representa tive, 4. LARRY WATKINS MIKE WATKINS Camera Club, 3-4, Key Club, 4. JOE WEATHERALL Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Tennis, 3-4, Student Council 2-3-4, Key Club, 2-3-4, Safety Council, 3, Devo- tional Council, 4, National Honor Society, 3-4 President, 4, Latina-Espanol Club, 3-4, Presi dent, 3, Camera Club, 4, Interscholastic League 4. KENNETH WHEELER DONALD WHITAKER ANN WHITE Colt Band, 1-2-3-4, Future Nurses Club, 3-4, Stage Band, 2-3. ,IANNIE XWILLIAMS junior Achievement, 3, OGA, 3-4, Publications Repre- sentative, 2, Y-Teens, 4. 270 1 ,-1 JOHNNY YAN DELL ' f -its it VIRGINIA WILLIAMS NORMA WILLS Choir, 2-3-4, FHA. lg OGA, 3-4. fi STARLETT WILSON FHA, 1-2-3-4, Officer, 4, Literary Club, 2-3-4, Officer, 3-4, Class Officer, lg Cheerleader, 3-4, Student Council, 4g OGA, 3-4, National Honor Society, 3-43 junior Play, 33 Camera Club, 3-43 Devotional Council, 13 Publica- tions Representative, 4, Homecoming Queen, 4. WES WRIGHT Class Officer, 3-4, Football, 3-4, Track, 1-2- 3g Camera Club, 4, Student Council, 2-33 Basketball, 1-2. ROSE MARY YEATHERMON Safety Council, lg Camera Club, 3-4, Library Club, lg Red Cross Council, 23 Publications Repre- sentative, 2. One last fond glance . . . lwltm, 27 I Burress, Ikey .... 43, 5 7, Christian, Gary ...... ,-.-- 7 A Abel, Gary ............ 204 Abney, Diane .... 70, 240 Abney, Karen .... 60, 62, 132, 242 Ackerman, Cindy .... 49, 62,102,220 Activities Section, 40-149 Adams, Carole ............ 242 Adams, Jackie .... 73, 242 Adams, Julia .... 49, 69, 220 Adams, Kathy .... 49, 102, 204 Adams, Kay ,...,. 49, 84, 102, 204 Adams, Lee ............ 204 Administratio 15-39 Allbright, Bobby .... 242 Allbright, Gayler .... 220 Allbright, Jo Ellen .. 62, 84, 242 Allbright, Robbin ,.,, 204 Allen, Beverly ........ 220 Allen, Jo An ,... 60, 220 Allen, John ............ 204 Allen, Pat ........ 85, 242 Allen, Walter ........ 204 Allenbaugh, Sharon .. 131, 132, 204 Alford, Carl ........ 77, 204 Allison, Harry .. 161, 181, 220 Amos, Miss Elizabeth .... 24, 48, 79, 129, 218 Barksdale, Land ...... 1 04 Butler, Anderson, Betty ........ 73, 106, 243 Anderson, Connie .... 49, 92, 132, 133, 220 Anderson, Kenneth .... 73, 243 Anderson, Wendall .... 243 Andrews, Marvin .,.. 243 Angell, Michael ...... 47, 73, 170, 220 Angell, Peggy .... 85, 243 Armstrong, Sandra .... 204 Arnold, Jerry . ....... 243 Ashcraft, Geraldine .. 220 Ashworth, Jimmy ., 98, 168, 204 Aston, Carol .... 98, 204 Atkins, E. L. .... 43, 57, 62, 87, 193, 241 August, Linda .... 43, 204 Axelsori, Barbara ........ 2 2 0 220 Ayres, Sandra ............ B Bacon, Jerry .... 90, 92, 93, 95, 220 47, 108, Bagby, Mac .... 204 Baggett, Barbara 220 Baggett, Densye ...... 204 Bailey, David ........ Bailey, Marlin ........ Bailey, Bailey, Linda .... 243 Larry .... 253 204 85, 220 49, 102, Marlin ........ Bailey, Baize, Sondra ..,. 49, Baker, Baker, Mrs. Lou ...... Carol .......... 202 Baker, Mary --'--- 90, Baker, John .......... Baldwin, Linda ........ Bankston, Allen ........ Barber, Marilyn ...... 73, 243 Barcroft, Gary ........., Barker, Mrs. Nadine 26 272 73, Barnes, Kathy .... 87, 243 Barnett, Lawrence .. 243 Barton, Darlene ...... 49, 62, 79, 132, 220 Bates, Jerry .............. 90 Bates, Rene ........ 77, 243 Bates, Sherry ............ 73 Bates, Wally ........ 73, 220 Baur, Ulrich ........ 73, 220 Beard, Carol ........ 85, 220 Beard, Cynthia ........ 102, 220 Beard, Shirley .... 70, 243 Bearden, Barry ,. 131, 188 Bearden, Harold ....., 62, 244 Becker, John .......... 244 Beebe, Bonnie .... 46, 95 Beene, Kay ............ 244 Bell, Opal .,...... 90, 221 Bell, Tony ............ 221 Bellah, Raima .......... 85 Bellville, Larry .. 90, 221 Benbow, Anita ...... 106, 244 Benbow, Ruth ........ 221 Bennett, Barbara .... 244 Bennett, Jerry .. 47, 179, 244 Bennett, Tommy ...... 168 Bentley, Henry ........ 221 Benton, Pat ............ 221 Bernard, Jackie ...... 131, 132, 221 Bernard, Pat ...... 90 221 Bernius, Dyril .... 62, 132, 244 Berrow, Jimmy ...... 206 Berry, Cleta ...... 49 244 Berry, Gloria ........ 221 Berry, Tommy .....,.. 179 Biles, Bobby 154, 166, 167, 244 Billings, Shirley ...... 49, 244 Binion, David ........ 170, 172, 244 Bird, Jean ........ 62, 95, 152, 244 Blanchly, Linda .. 85, 221 Blackman, Wayne .... 178 Blackmarr, Brain ...... 62 Blackwell, Charles .... 62 Blackwell, Julia ...... 73, 102, 245 Bland, Bobby .... 47, 245 Blanton, Jimmy ...... 245 Blesi, Donna ............ 52 1 Board of Education ..,. 245 Bodiford, Eddie ...... Bodkins, Jerry ........ 245 Bogard, Ronnie ........ 43, 53,168,181 Bohannon, Elizabeth .245 Bond, Charles ........ 221 Bond, Judy ........ 69, 49, 221 Booher, Mr. Paul .... 37, 202 Boon, Mills ,....... 73, 98, 171 Bost, Eddy ........ 84, 181 Boswell, Janet .......... 85 Boultinghouse, Ruth .. 98, 221 Bowes, Joan ..........,. 50 Bowman, David .... 245 Boyd, Vernon .... 85, 87, 95, 245 Boxly, Linda .... 50, 221 Brady, Bobby ........ 221 Branscum, Danny .... 85 ndex Bray, James ............ 221 Brem, John ........ 62, 98, 119, 132 Brenning, Steve ....., 11, 62, 154, 156, 166, 179, 193, 245 Brewer, Bet? Ann .. 221 Brewer, Lin a .. 50, 102, 246 Brewer, Brewer, Terry .... 43, 81 106, 246 Brewster, John .... 73, 90 Bridges, Alan .......... 73 Bridges, Warren ...... Briley, Glynda .... 68, Mrs. Max .. 27 221 246 Brittan, Chuck ........ 73, 107, 119, 155, 221 Brodie, Perry ............ 85 Broeske, Charleen .... 50, 222 167, Bronstad, David ...... 73, 171 Brown, Bobby ........ 222 Brown, Sandra .......... 70 Brown, Sharon ........ 85 Brown, Stacy .... 62, 246 Buchanan, Curtis ...... 171 Buchanan, Gay ...... 60, 62, 73, 79, 119, 246 Bucher, Sue ...... 43, 50, 132, 203, 206 Bumpass, Mickey .... 132 Burch, Carol .... 59, 110, 146, 246 Burchfiel, Bobbie ...... 69, 110, 222 132, Burdick, Michelle .. 206 Burleson, Byron ...... 206 Burke, Kathy .... 50, 60, 106, 222 Burkins, Bobby ........ 98 Burnam, Carol ........ 222 Burney, Lucy .... 43, 59, 60, 62, 79, 247 Burns, Wayne ...... 178, 206 Calhoun, Sherlynn .... 50, 85, 222 Camera Club ............ 62 Camp, Ed ...... 62, 106, 222 Campbell, Darryl .... 43, 57, 90, 106, 247 Campbell, Delon .... 206 Campbell, Ronnie .... 57, 62, 98, 179, 247 Campbell, Mrs. .. 24, 218 Campbell, Stevie .... 43, 206 Cansler, David .... 77, 222 Cantreel, Thurman .. 206 Capps, Kay ................ 73 Capps, Ray .......,...... 206 102, Carbary, Judie .... 50, 247 Carlson, Robbie ...... 43, 57, 87, 106, 170, 172, 173, 179, 247 Carmichael, Dick .... 43, 154, 163, 166, 197, 202, 203, 206 Carney, Sue .... 95, 247 Carr, Kathleen ........ 222 Carrico, Margaret ,... 222 Carter, Ronnie ,...,.,. 206 Casey, George .... .... 2 22 Cashion, Jenny ....,,.. 247 Castelaneous, Eddie .. 206 Chaney, Carol .... 50, 73, 84, 206 Chapman, Sharon .... S7 102 Chasteen, Anne .. 50, 62, 223 79, 86, 93, 133, Cheek, Brenda .... 62, 131 248 Cheerleaders .... 80, 122 Cherry, Bill .......... 206 Chester, Shirley .... 102. 223 Childress, Nelda .... 84, 248 Chism, Barbara ...... 206 Choirs .................. .... Choraliers ........... .... . 85 87 119, 170, 174, 218, 219 222 Burress, Joy ..,. 43, 80, 84, 106, 132, 186, 247 Burris, Janna .... 73, 106, 222 Burton, Gerald ........ 222 BuSl1, A136 .... 57, 62, 107, 154, 166, 247 Bush, Bob ..........,... 206 Bush, Jerry ............ 168 Bush, Lee ...... 98, 170, 174, 179, 206 Busse, David ........ 154, 156, 166, 179, 247 Bussey, Robert .... 73, 106, 222 Butler, Dorothy .... 84, Christian, Phyllis .... Church, Elizabeth .... Cigainero, Cathy ...... 50, 206 248 206 79, 223 Clare, Joan .... ,. 79, 102, 223 Clark, Mr. ...... 34, 218 Clark, Suzanne ........ 206 Classes, Section ........ 201 Clawson, Charles ...... Clay, David ......,... Clements, Mrs, ......... . Clements, Quincy ...... Clifton, Arnold 43, 206 248 33 206 206 Judy .... 70, 206 27 Butler, Miss Nora .... Butler, Miss Pearl .... 34, 218 Byers, Sherian ...,.... 206 Byford, ' 206 Byrom, Sandra ,... 50, 62, 106, 119, 222 C. Cafeteria Staff ........ 38, Ronnie ........ 148 Cahill, Bobby .... 90, 222 Cagle, 87, Louise .... 69, 110, 247 Cain, Gilbert .... 85, 222 Caldwell, Carol ...... 74, 222 52, 59, 62, 69, 178, 2 8 Clifton, David .,...... 206 Clower, John .... 85, 177, 206 Coats, Kinney .... 47, 248 Cobb, Donna ...... 50, 223 Coble, John .... 168, 206 Cofer, Mary ...... 43, 104 133 Coleman, Craig ...... 206 Collard, Dave .......... 248 Collins, Mr. .............. 33 Collins, Nan ...... 43, 49, 50,73,206 Colt Corral Staff ...... 65 Colt Staff ................... 68 Coltallare, Toby ........ 95, 206 249 Crouch, Mrs. Marie .. 22 208, 252 Columbia, Lynn ...... 206 Combs, Glenda ........ 248 Compton, Kenneth .... 206 Condley, Ann .... 84, 248 Condley, Linda ...... 206 Conner, Kelton .... 87, Conner, Mike ........ 223 206 Cook, Dawn .......... 223 Cook, Glenn ............ 206 Cook, Sarah .............. 70 Cooksey, Brenda ........ 248 Cooper, Bill .... 104, 106 Cooper, Linda .... 60, 73, 115, 248 Cooper, Jimmy ........ 248 Copeland, Everett ...... 223 Cordis, Paul ............ 206 Corey, Mr. Dean .... 29, 90, 92, 130, 139, 150 Corneilson, Sarah .... 79, 222 Cosgrove, Ed ......,..... 223 Cosgrove, Jimmy .... 223 Coulter, Jeanne .... 73, 90, 223 Counts, Mrs. Newana ..., 1-1, 20 Courtney, Jackie ,... 138, 223 Covic, Connie .... 90, 206 Cox, Betty Lou .... 50, 206 Cox, Sandra .... 79, 223 Cracraft, Geri .... 50, 69, 224 Craig, Brenda ........ 249 Craig, Joan ............ 206 ' 206 Craig, Loreen ............ Cravens, Tommy ...... 43, 57, 62, 132, 153, 154, 156, 166, 167, 181, 187, 193, 249 Cree, Jo Ann .......... 102 Creed, Doris .... 62, 79, 224 Cremer, Ronnie .... 87, 224 Cremer, Stanley r. 77, 178, 249 Creswell, Ray .... 43, 77, 224 Crihenden, Pamela .... 50, 206 Cromwell, Sherry .... 79, 249 Crook, Anita .......... 249 Cross, Charlotte .... 131, 206 Crouch, Mr. James .. 27, 139, 218 Crouch, Molly ......,. 95 Crowley, Bill ........ 224 Culberson, Genie .,.. 50, 206 Cullers, Mr. J. Edgar .... 21 Cummings, Joe ........ 224 Cummings, Linda ...... 206 Cunningham, Ann .... 70 Cunningham, Charles .... 224 Cunningham, Darlene ,,,. Darroch, Carol 207 Daugirda, Jim ........ Davenport, LaDonna 249 Davis, Dennis .... 57, 106, 131, 249 Davis, Eugene ...... 207 Davis, Larry .... 77, Davis, Marty .... 50, 207 Davis, Rhonda ........ Davis, Ronnie ........ Davis, Sammie .. 50, 249 Dawson, Tom .... 47 v Day, Shirley Deardoff, Phyllis Decker, Diane ........ Decker, Joan .......... Deel, Orris ......... Deering, Suzie .... Demaris, Tom 163, 166 Dempsey, Dale .. 207 Dennehy, Cecilia 250 Dennis, Becky .... 84, 133, 224 Dennis, Bob ....... index 62, 171, 249 119, 207 207 207, 207 224 207 207 249 207 207 154, 177, 131, 62, 224 Devore, Kathleen .. 73, 79, 250 102, 206 Curlee, Mr. Sam ....., 30, 154, 170 Curry, Robert ....,... 224 Curtis, Richard ....., 224 Cuskaden, Robert .... 224 Custodians ...... 39, 149 D Daniel, Monica .... 27, 73 Daniels, George ....., 64 Daniels, Sonny .......- 249 Darley, Gary .......... 217 Devotional Council .... 95 Dickens, Billy ........ 250 Dickens, Richard 207 Diggs, Gill ............ 207 Dill, Ricky .............. 207 Disch, Norvell .... 90, 224 Dixon, Ricky .......... 207 Dodson, Judy .... 133, 207 Dodson, Kay .... 73, 90, 106, 224 Doescher, Johnny 84, 168 Dollar, Gene ........ 250 Dominy, Harvey .... 171, 224 Donlin, John ...,....,,,, 250 Dormier, Kathy .......... 102 Drake, Glenda ........ 207 Drake, Mrs. Helen .... 28 Drake, Paul ...... 57, 104, 250 Dreery, Cecilia ........ 224 Drennen, James ........ 62, 250 Drury, Celia ..,........... 73 Dublin, Barbara .... 62, 115, 250 Dublin, Richard ...... 224 Duckett, Monica ...... 224 Duff, Mr. C. C. 33 Duke, Doug ...... 57, 58, 62, 132, 181, 224, 241, 250 Dulaney, Doug ..., 106, 250 Dunn, Diana .... 50, 207 Durham, Billy .... 207 Durkee, Danny ........ 207 Dvorak, Raymond 250 E Early Larry ,...... 224 Eason, Clifton .......... 224 East, Stephen .... 207, 225 Eddings, Anthony 84, 207 Edmonds, Sue .......... 207 Edwards, Cliff ............ 207 Edwards, Don ............ 207 Eichelberger, Robert .. 217 Elick, Jeanne 50, 73, 225 Elliott, Gayle .... 95, 146, 186, 251 Elliott, John .... 171, 225 Elliott, Suzanne ........ 207 Ellis, Jane .... 29, 61, 128, 139 Ellison, Cherry .... 50, 62, 70, 73, 251 Ellison, Thames ........ Elson, Georgia ........ Eppes, Bubba .... 57, 62, 98, 132, 188, 251 Erickson, Judy ........ 225 Evans, Miss Flo ...... 23, 207 251 Frank, John .... 59, 2 52 Franklin, Jim ......... 251, . 208 Franks, Bill ............ 225 Frazier, Wanda .... 73, 90, 252 Freeman, Elmo .... 87, 252 French, Larry ............ 208 Fricks, Sue .............. 225 Frisbee, Carol .... 84, 102, 208 Frost, Robert ............ 252 Fry, Kay ............ 85, 225 Fry, Mrs. Margaret .... 33 Fuentes, Pete .......... 225 Fullerton, Ann, .... 50, 225 Fuqua, Terry .......... 208 Future Farmers of America 84 Evans, Jimmy ............ 207 F Fabel, Carol ...... 43, 70, 71, 251 Faculty Section .... 15, 31 Fagan, John .... 47, 225 Falch, Janet ...... 73, 84, 207 Fanning, Jackie ...... 168, 207 Fanning, Larry ........ 207 Fanning, Mike .... 95, 179, 251 Fanning, Sandra ........ 207 Farhat, Mike .... 98, 168, 207 Farr, Miss Ernestine .... 21, 65, 69, 110, 139 Farrell, John ........., 225 Farrell, Mike ............ 87 Fauara, Nancy .... 50, 207 Faught, George ...... 98, 154, 163, 166, 225 Faulkner, Mr. Newell .... ....77 Future Homemakers of America .... 49-52 Future Nurses of America 102, 103 Future Teachers' of America 60 G Gaines, Tony .... 98, 225 Galvan, Mrs. Mary .. 24, 104, 129, 218 Gardner, Betty .... 85, 208 Gardner, Mrs. Elizabeth .. 34, 202 Gardner, Richard ...... 208 Garman, Gar .... 47, 225 Garner, Bubba ...... 168, 208 Garner, Linda .... 50, 225 Garrett, George ........ 208 Garrett, Mr. Jimmy .. 30, 168, 202 Garrison, Gaylene .. 50, 98, 188, 208 Garrison, Simpson .... 98, 154, 160, 166, 225 24, 46, 218 Favor, Jane ............ 207 Fearka, Dennis ........ 225 Ferguson, Joel ........ 207 Ferri, Jan ........ 207 Ferri, Tony .............. 207 Fewel, Johnny .,.......... 208 Fewel, Melodye ........ 62, 102, 251 Field, Larry ...... 85, 208 Field, Richard ........ 208 Fillimore, Mike ...... 208 Finch, Jon .... 47, 57, 59, 62, 73 Finn, Larry ...... 73, 208 Fitzgerald, Don ........ 208 Fleming, Kathy .... 79, 85, 208 Fleming, Suzanne .... 62, 73, 79, 80, 84, 87, 184 185, 187, 241, 251 Flemming, Mrs. Ann .... Garvin, Karen ........ 85, 208 Gaston, George ........ 69, 252 Gaworski, Janice ...... 208 Geer, Gayla .......... 208 Geer, Kathy ............ 252 Gentsch, Louis ........ 168, 208 Genzel, William ...... 225 George, Ray ...... 60, 226 Gibbs, Katie .... 43, 133, 252 Gibbs, Linda .... 208, 252 Gibbs, Sandra ........ 226 Gibbs, Ted ............ 226 Gibson, Lynn ........ 208 Giessner, Ralph ...... 208 Gilbert, Dale ........ 178, Gilbert, Jean .......... 226 Gilmartin, Marilyn .... 68, 110, 252 Gilstrap, Frank ...... 57, 62, 106, 154, 156, 166 187, 253 Girls of the Month .. 191, 25, 70 Flenniken, Ruby ,,..., 90, 225 Fletcher, Calvin ........ 208 Flood, Barbara .... 73, 225 Forcht, Thomas ........ 208 Foreign Language Club .. 73, 74 Foreman, Sue .... 60, 90, 225 Foster, Geneva ...... 131, 225 Foster, Sandra .... 62, 102, 251 Fowler, Mrs. Dixie .... 16 Fowler, Steve ....,.,,,, 225 Fox, Jimmy .... 106, 170 Francis, George ........ 252 192 Glass, Miss Marion .. 23, 84 Glanville, Virginia .. 62. 131, 132, 255 Goad, Shirley ........ 226 Godfrey, Jim .... 47, 226 Godfrey, Ranley .... 47, 208 Godwin, Roy ---- 98, 168, 208 273 228 Goin, Audrey .......... 226 Goldman, Lynette .,.. 50, 226 Goldner, Marilou .... 74, 208 Goleman, Gary .. 208 Goolsby, Craig .,...... 43, 208 Gorman, Don 226 Gorman, Vicki .,..,,.. 50, 226 Gotcher, Darrell 226 Gould, Sally .... 107 Goulder, Pat ...,,..,,, 225 Gowen, Carol .,........ 226 Gowen, Ronnie .,.... 179, 226 Grace, Jimmy ,,........ 226 Graham, Martha ...... 43, 59, 70, 72, 74, 106, 110, 226 Green, Carol ,,...,,,,. 253 Greene, Dexter ........ 226 Gregory, Gavin ..i... 73, 106, 226 Grenvall, Bruce ....., 253 Griffin, Linda .... 50, 208 Grimmer, Jack ..i... 147, 168, 208 Grubbs, Paulette .,.... 95, 189, 226 Gumpert, John ........ 208 Gumpert, Larry ........ 168 Gunn, Channe ....,... 208 Guzman, John .... 43, 168, 208 H Hagg, Ronnie .... 158, 255 Haag, Sue .............. 209 Hale, Margarette .... 85, 253 Haley, Sandy .... 133, 209 Hall, James .... 106, 226 Hall, Jimmy ........ 209 Hall, Joe Frank ........ 62 226 Hall, Mike ............ 209 Hall, Nancy Lynn ,... 226 Hall, Pat ....,... 106, 226 Hall, Raymond ......,. 253 Hall, Ronald ............ 209 Hall, Ronnie .......... 209 Hallman, Leroy ........ 226 Halsey, June .,........ 226 Ham, Martha .......... 226 Hamilton, Larry ...,.... 253 Hamilton, Othell ...... 253 Hamilton, Sandra .... 50, 227 Hancock, David ........ 87, 178, 253 Hand, Gayle ...... 45, 90, 104, 227 Handley, Larry ,... 85, 209 Handly, Vicki .... 45, 45, 47, 65, 74, 79, 106, 132, 170, 186, 187, 195, 241, 253 Hankins, Bob ,.., 57, 255 Hanna, Doug .......... 209 Hansen, Earl .....,..,. - 227 Hardwick, Mike .,.. 106, 227 Hardy, Tommy .... 45, 227 Harmon, Fay .......... 227 Harp, Tommy ......,... 227 Harrell, Billy ,....,.. 227 Harrelson, Dee ........ 227 Harris, Mrs. Mary Juan .. 35 Harris, Betty .... 131, 227 Harris, Ira ............ 227 Harris, Janie ,.........,. 85 274 Harris, Marian .... 50, 85, 209 Harris, Mike ............ 254 Harris, Norman ........ 209 Hart, Lee .... 43, 79, 168, 171, 203, 209 Hartley, Billie .... 47, 227 Hartsfield, Linda ...... 60, 227 Harvey, Jesse .......... 168 Harvey, Wayne ...... 130, 131, 154, 163, 166, 187, 197, 209, 227 Hastings, Dixie 1.ee .... 95, 227 Hatcher, Linda ........ 62, 195, 254 Havrda, Diana ........ 209 Hawkins, Bryan ...... 155, 167, 227 Hawkins, Joe .......... 209 Hawkins, Sue .... 50, 152, 185, 197. 209 Hayes, Judv .... 92, 97, 227 Hazel, Rita 209 Head. Sharon 209 Heath, Glenda . . 153, 209 Hefferin, Joan . . -18, 50, 74, 133, 209 Heflin, Leigh .... .,.,. 2 27 Heinz, Bobby .......... 177 Helms, Ronnie ..... .1 84, 209 Henchcliffe, George ....,, 131, 209 Hendricks, David ..,. 108, 209 Henry, Becky .... 85, 227 Henry, Larry ..,.,..... 227 Henslee, Coe .......... 209 Henz, Pete .,.... 130, 139 Heron, Velda .... 50, 63, 93, 133, 227 Herr, David ,........... 209 Herr, Joey .......,,...., 209 Herrell, Jerry .,,,,,,,,. 209 Hester, Charles .... 69, 227 Heverly, Miss Roberta .... 30 1-lewitt, Mrs. Christine .... 28 Higgins, Judy .... 50, 60, 228 Hightower, Mary .... 63, 254 Hilak, John .........,.. 209 Hill, Darlene .... 115, 254 Hill, Don ................ 209 Hill, Johnny ..,..,l..... 209 Hilliard, Ann .... 50, 60, 63, 79, 119, 185, 254 Hitt, Bobby ,,,, 179, 209 Hocker, Joyce ..,. 70, 102, 209 Hodge, Howard .. 98, 209 Hodgkins, Kay ,,,,,,.. 84, 133, 209 Hoffpaire, Rosan ..,. 70, 131, 209 Hogland, Don ,,...,,, 106 Hogofe, William ...... 228 Holbert, Mary Ann .. 228 Holcroft, Jeanie ..,,.. 87, 107, 115 Holland, Mrs. Dorothy .,., 26 Holland, Judy .... 50, 209 Hollingsworth, Benny .... 45, 57, 65, 106, 154, nde 167, 170, 172, 179, 186, 195, 254 Hollingsworth, Cecil ,..... 228 X Holloway, Elva .,.... 209 Holloway, Robert .... 228 Holman, Billie .... 63, 119, 131, 228 Holt, Lenny .... ..... 2 09 Holt, Susan ............ 209 Holmes, Loy ...... 70, 74, 131, 209 Hook, Gerald .......... 209 Hooley, Pat ...... 45, 50, 228 Hooper, Dean .......... 228 Hoover, Bill ............ 254 Hopkins, Robert .,.. 228 Hopper, Judy ...... 50, 84, 133, 209 Hopson, Robert ,... 77, 84, 209 Horner, Barbara ........ 85, 228 Horsley, Bill ...... 85, 90, 209 Horsley, Pat ...... 87, 254 Housen, Ernest ........ 209 Housewright, Linda .. 254 Houston, Brice .... 47, 154, 170, 173, 228 Houston, Jay ...... 57, 59, 146, 147, 154, 157, 166, 187. 192, 197, 254 Howard, Eva .........,.. 255 Howard. Glen ........ 209 Howard, Jimmy ........ 77, 255 Howard, Tommy .,,... 210 Howard, Peggy .... 50 79, 132, 191, 255 Howell, Carol .,..,..... 210 Howell, James ..,. 57, 67, 106, 255 Howell, Linda ,... 59, 115, 210. 255 Howell, Linda ..... ,.... 6 3 Howell, Marcia ........ 210 Howerton, Robert .. 77, 210 Howsley, C16I11111.l ....,. 50, 69, 8-l, 106, 110, 228 Hubbard, Jimmy ,....... 87 Hubbard, Nancy .,.. 45, 65, 74, 79, 106. 255 Huckabee, Donna , 70 102, 106, 228 Huckabee, Sandra 3-'1 102, 138, 210 Hudson, Carol .. Lim Huebner, Richard 1211 106, 228 Huebner, Roger .. . 90, 106, 228 Huff, Larry . . 98, 168, 210 Huffman, Carolyn .... 47, 50, 63, 228 Huffman, David ...... 90, 210 Huffman, Karen ...... 43, 81, 106, 185, 255 Humphrey, Robert ,. 210 Humphreys, Bill ,..... 43. 210 Hunt, Marcia .... 50, 131, 210 Hunt, Reid ,,,..... 90, 95, 228 Hunter, Tommy ...... 210 Hussey, Shirlie ......,. 85, 228 Hyndman, Pearl ...... 228 I lbsen, Dorothy. .... 50, 84, 102, 210 Inlow, Mike ........ 4 83, 106, 136, 3, 166, 154, 177, 157, 187, 199, 195, 240, 241, Inman, Bill ,.......... 74, lreland, Mike .... 255 Irons, David .,.,.,. 53, 167, 191, 255 106, 255 210 Irons, Jimmy .... 178, Ivy, Donna ........ 74, Ivy, Dwayne ........ 63, 154, 159, 166, 170, 228 ,l Jackson, Jimmy ....,,.. 228 Jackson, Kenneth .... Jackson, Pat ............ Jackson, Sammy 210 98, 174, 106, 210 210 210 154, 60, 110, 210 210 210 210 210 84, 256 63, 181, 95 210 146, Jackson, Steve ..,. 47, 160, 166, 228 Jocobs, Marcia .... 50, 63, 66, 79, 84, 106, 147, 187, 195, 255 Jacs, Eve .................. James, Diane ,...... James, Larry .,.. James, Lynette ......,. James, Tommy .,,..... Jameson, Jackie ........ 255 Jarvis, Pat ........ 63, Jeanes, Kay ........ 59, 83, 34, 106, 147, 256 Jenkins, Janet ......1..... Jenkins, Joann ......,. Jenkins, Nancy 1... 59, 256 Jenkins, Ronald ...... Jernigan, Paula ..,... 710 Jeter, Bernice ...... Jinks, Anita ..,..... 51 229 Jinks, Joe .... 63, 98, Jobe, Ann ........ 63, 229 Jobe, Jimmy ,........... v Johns, Gary ........ 47, 256 Johns. Mrs. Gertrude 56, 44 Johnson, Beth .... Johnson, Billy Johnson. Charles Johnson, Harold , 210 Johnson, Hayden Johnson. Jimmy . Johnson. Judy 51 65 '9 184 195, 2515 1 A Johnson, Mabel . 210 Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Raymond Johnson. Sandra ,. 106. 256 1 7. Johnson, Skipper .. 47, 166 63, 15-1, 157, Johnson, Troy .... Johnston, Dennis 210 Johnston, Freddie .... 178, 256 Jones, Darlene 60, Jones, Deanne ,.....,. Jones, Hardy .... .,... Jones, Irish ............ Jones, Jerry .,...... 45, 63, 98, 155, 160, 198, 229 256 51, 210 63, 256 106, 256 77, 210 229 210 98, JIU 229 ,17- 186, 106 210 87. 57, 256 216 74, 63, 129 210 106 210 46 166, 1 Literary Club, .....v.... Jones, Jill .... 51, 95, 210 Jones, Jimmy .... 178, 210 Jones, John ....,....... 210 Jones, Martha .... 51, 210 Jones, Ronny ........ 43, 63, 132, 155, 166, 167, 257 Jones, Ted .,,.,........... 77 Jordon, Ronny. .... 63, 257, 178 Joyner, Mrs. Arista .... 21, 128 Joyner, David .......... 229 Junior Class, ............ 220 Junior Favorites, ........ 198 Junior Officers, ........ 219 Junior Sponsors, .... 218 K Karbach, Aimin ........ 74, 229 Kautz, Kenneth ........ 74, 210 Keating, Barbara ...... 44, 47,6o,66,79,11o,19o 257 Keck, Terry ............ 210 Keen, Billy ............ 229 Keener, Clyston ........ 229 Keith, Cleddie 154, 157, 166, 179, 257 Kelly, Jackie ............ 211 Kelly, Mary .------. 51, 63, 93, 133 Kelley, Mr. John R. .. 36, 46, 240 Kembell, Connie ...... 211 Kembor, Nancy ........ 211 Kempin, Linda ........ 211 Kerrell, Carol ........ 211 Kevil, Paula ............ 229 Key Club, ................ 59 Key, Mr. Harold ...... 18 Kight, Carle! .--- 90, 106, 147, 257 Kincaid, Bobby ........ 133, 211 Kincaid, Carolyn ........ 98, 102, 257 Kindred, Lester . ..... 138, 257 King, David ............ 229 King, Delores ........ 211 King, Judy .............. 211 Kraybill, Gerald King, Kay .... 85, 95, 102, 211 King, Leonard King, Melinda .... 102, King, Kinney, Max 211 70, 257 74, 79, Richard ........ 211 257 Kinnimouth, William .,.. 229 Kinriison, Linda Kitterman, Nancy ,... 51, 229 90, 229 Kizer, Phyllis ..........., 63 Klatt, Nancy .... 51, 229 Klutz, James .... 171, 229 KnaPP, Myrna ,......, 211 Knight, Barbara ...,.. 229 Knight, Clinton ...... 229 Knight, Eddie ........ 230 Knight, Jimmy .... 59, 95 Knott, David ...... 211 Knotts, Judy .,.... 51, 84, 211 230 Kunkle, Kathy .... 74, 106, 230 L Lacey, Mrs. Vera ...... 14, 25, 240 Lambert, Barbara ........ 57, 133, 211 Lambert, Raymond ..,. 74, 280 Lampkin, Mark .... 47, 230 Land, Mr. Phillip .... 35, 128, 240 Lands, Mrs. Lyndall .... 22 Lankford, Dennis .... 211, 280 Lassen, Jerry .... 74, 104, 106, 257 Latham, Rex ...... 74, 95, 236 Laughrum, Larry ...... 63, 74, 178, 257 Lawing, Harold ........ 230 Lawson, Michele ...... 84, 211 Lawrence, Bill .... 63, 258 Leath, Janis ............ 230 LeBlanc, Kenny ........ 138, 211 Ledenham, James .,.. 211 Lee, Jimmy ............ 230 Leeds, Michael .......... 230 Leininger, Richard .... 230 Le May, Paul ........ 211 Lemmons, Charlene .... 211 Lemmington, Kent .... 90, 92, 211 Lenty, Chelsa .... 85, 211 Lett, Kenneth ........ 211 Letter, Tom ............ 258 Lewis, Buddy .......... 258 Lewis, James .... 85, 230 Library Service Club, .. 70 Lillard, Lee .... 168, 211 Lincoln, Toni .... 44, 211 Lindsey, Bonita .... 69, 211 Linn, Donna .... 70, 102, 211 79 Little, Claire .... 51, 211 Lively, Larry .... 95, 230 Lloyd, Bill .... 168, Lockstedt, Janet ...... London, Joe ............ London, Sandra ,....... Long, Danny .... 85, 98, 230 230 258 211 168, 211 Loomis, James .......... 77 Lourance, Edwin ...... 211 Love, Nancy .... 74, 92, 10 2, 2 1 1 Lowe, Dianne ........ Lowe, Gene ........ 95 Lowe, Mary Ann .... 1 3 3, 2 1 1 258 , 211 Lowe, Preston .,...... 211 Lowe, Tommy .... 171, 211 Lowry, Rose Ann ...... 57, 71, 79, 87, 258 Lucas, Donnie ,....... 211 Lummus, Ethel ...... 258 Lummus, James ........ 211 Lutes, Tommy ........ 211 77, Luttrell, Linda 74, 102 Luzacler, Patricia Ann 230 Lynch, Nita Mae .,,. 24, 133 Lynch, Tommie .... 51, 258 Lynch, Tommy ........ 211 Lyons, David .... 74, 258 Mc McAmis, Delbert ...... 83 McBride, Ruth ...... 212 McCain, Bobby .... 57, 63, 107, 259 McClellan, John .... 212 McClung, Lynda .... 51, 2 1 3 McCorkle, Lynn .... 63, 87 McCoy. Judy .......... 212 ndex McCoy, Madeline .... 47, 110, 259 McCoy, Virginia ...... 259 McCrary, Paul .... 63, 74, 107, 179, 258 McCraw, Mary .... 67, 95, 107, 110, 260 McDaniel, Stanley .... 212 McDonald, Larry .... 260 McDowell, Joan ...... 231 McGarity, Melba .... 260 McGee, Kathy ...,.... 260 McGiffin, Don ........ 90, 74, 107, 231 McGowan, Karen ...... 51, 2 3 1 McIntosh, Carol ........ 44, 213 McKinnon, Johnny .... 168, 203, 213 McLellan, Sandra .. 44, 60, 79, 98, 134, 188, 192, 193, 199, 260 McLemore, Sharon 1... 231 McLemore, Travis .... 231 McMahan, Delores .... 231 212 260 McMahan, Judy .... 95, McMahan, Marie .... McMichaels, Ted .... 77, 131, 260 McMurtry, Jackie .... 14, 44, 51, 107, 138, 181, 260 McNamara, Lawrence .... 8 5, 2 3 1 McNeel, Judy ........ 231 McPheeters, Cecil ...... 87, 13 1, 2 3 1 McWethy, Ed .,-- 90, 231 M Mac Fadden, Leslie .... 74 Massey, Mike .......... 259 Massey, Thurman .... 154 162, 166, 231 Matsler, Mary Ann .... 74' Matsler, Richard ...... 70. 72, 213 Matthews, Marvin .... 87. 98, 154, 160, 166 Maxwell, Gale ........ 259 May, Martha .... 60, 63. 147, 259 Mayer, Al .............. 212 Mayes, Judy ...... 57, 231 Mayhew, Janet .... 60, 87, 231 Mayo, Cheryl ........ 2 1 2 Mays, Georgeann .... 5 1 , 98 Mazo, Doug .......... 259 Mebus, Don ........ 61, 74, 85,131, 168, 213 Mell, Melodie ........ 212 Menegay, Mary ........ 212 Menger, Candy .... 74, 213 Menz, Tom .... 154, 131, 161, 166, 170, 173, 231 Merrill, Connie .. 51, 102, 133, 213 Mickleson, Jean .... 51, 63, 79, 81, 83, 48, 132, 190, 231 Mikusek, Mrs. Bobbie .... 25, 131 Miles, Charles ........ 231 Miles, Randy .... 90, 212 Miller, Floyd .... 85, 212 Miller, Jo Ann ...... 115, 231 Miller, Lonnie ........ 232 Miller, Stanley .......... 212 Minter, Bob ...... 90, 232 Mitchell, Billy Ray .. 212 Mitchell, Gerald ...... 232 Mitchell, Lloyd ........ 260 Mitchell, Sandra ...... 260 Mitchner, Howard .... 1 3 2 Moack, Joe ............ 232 Moffett, Charlotte .... 212 Moffett, Ronnie .... 178, 2 32 Montfort, Francis .... 51, 63, 79, 131, 260 75, 184, 258 Macri, Joanna ........ 231 Mahan, Pat .... 131, 171, 211 Malone, Bruce .... 63, 107, 154, 161, 166, 170, 174, 177, 219, 230 Malone, Doyle .... 31, 57, 174 Malone, Mrs. Elizabeth ,. 18, 132 Malone, Gene .... 178, 211 Mann, Dottie .......... 212 Manor, Eric .............. S5 Manor, Evelyn ........ 133 Manor, Mike .... 168, 212 Mansfield, David .... 230 Marks, Bill ...... 84, 169, 212 Marlin, Paul .... 98, 258 Marsh, Edwin ........ 212 Marsh, Harold ........ Marshall, Jody ........ 259 212 Marshall, Rosemary .. 51, 212 Marth, Shirley ........ 212 Martin, Carolyn ,,.. .. 51, 212 Martin, Edith .......... 212 Martin, Gene .......... 212 Martin, James .... 16, 77, 230 Martin, Larry ........ Martin, Leon .... 119, Martin, Mac .... 74, 107, 131, 181, 231 Martin, Suzanne ...... 259 Marty, Jack ...... 57, 63, 83, 98, 132, 259 Marvin, Beth .... 51, 60, 70 259 212 Massey, Herman .... 154, 62, 166, 219, 231 Monthey, Kaye ...... 13 3, 2 1 2 Moody, Carol .... 51, 87, 102, 261 Moore, Billy .... 107, 168, 179, 232 Moore, Ed .............. 232 Moore, George .. 168, 232 Moore, Jualane ....,. 131, 212 Moore, Pam ...... 51 84, 213 Moore, Peggy .... 60 63, 261 Moore, Quidga ........ 212 Moore, Robert .... 212 Moore, Ronnie ...... 179, 232 Moore, Sharon 47, 60. 74, 79, 261 Moore, Sharon 51, 79, 212 Morgan, Billy ........ 261 Morgan, Bob ........., 212 Morgan, Garvis .... 121, 212 Morrison, Bonnie .... 232 Morrison, Mr. R. C. ..... . 32, 202 Morrow, David ........ 261 Morrow, Malcolm .... 232 275 Morrow, Martha ........ 2 12, 2 3 2 Morton, Bernice ...... 85, 212 Mosby, Dee Dee .,.. 103, 203, 213 Moseley, Debbie ...... 84, 212 Mosig, Larry ...,........ 87 Mulkey, Charles ...... 232 Murchison, Bill .... 74, 92, 93, 107, 150, Murphee, Chris ........ Murray, Evangeline .... 51, 90, 232 212 85, 2 1 2 Murry, Julia .......... 21 2 Music .................... 85-94 N Napier, Linda .... 51, 103, 213 Nation, Linda ........., 232 National Honor Society, .. 106,107,108,109 Nelson, Brad ...... 168, 213 Newcomb, Jim .... 85, 2 1 3, Pahany, Lazlo .... 54, 85, 162, 166, 233 Pahany, Zsolt .... 85, 168, 213 Palmer, Lucian ...... 154, 158, 166, 261 Parham, Henry .... 77, 213 Parker, Ben ............ 233 Parker, Joe ...... 97, 262 Parker, Nelson .... 44, 63, Newcomb, Suzanne .... 51, 232 Nivens, David ........ Nicholas, Juanice ,... 51, 63, 79, 138, 232 Nichols, Bob .......... 213 Nichols, Burnell ...... 261 Nichols, Jan .........,,. 213 Niles, Dennis ........ 213 Niles, Otis .... 44, 63, 65, 74, 75, 107, 186, 261 232 Nix, Nita Jo ...... 70, 71, 107, 232 Nix, Sandra ............ 213 Nobles, Janey .... 79, 213 Nohavitza, Mr. Elo .... 31, 154, 171, 240 Norman, Eileen .,.. 51, 70, 133, 213 Norman, Jean .... 953 107, 131, 213 Norman, Skipper, .... 232 Norton, Mike .... 92, 107, 232 Norvel, Mike .,,... 51 63, 79, 138, 232 Nowell, Kenny .,...... 213 Nowell, Ronny ........ 178 O Oakes, Jackie .... 51, 63, 74, 232 O'Connell, Cliff ...,.... 233 Office Help ....,....... 114 Ogelsby, Nancy ,.,. 51 63, 133, 261 O'I-Ialloran, Judy .... 51, 70, 95, 103, 213 O'l-Iare, Cindy .... 44 74, 103, 213 Ola, Robert ...... 74, 233 Olson, Larry ........,,,, 213 O'Neill, Mike ........ 178, 261 Ooten, Jerry ..,.,,..,,,, 213 Order of Gregg Artists .. 118 Ormand, Mary .......... Orr, Charles Orr, Linda .,..,.,.,...,, Osborne, John Overtree, Jim 168 Overtree, Judy .... 74, Owens, Don .,.... 74, Oyler, Dennis P Pace, Elaine .... 104, Packard, James , ,,,,,, , 276 213 213 213 213 213 261 233 233 233 213 77, 83, 184, 186, 240 241, 262 Parker, Ray .............. 233 Parker, Stan ....., 44, 74, 90,92,107,262 Parr, Donna .... 87, 233 Parr, Natalie fMrs.J .... 35 Parra, Juanita .......... 233 Parrish, Gwen .... 51, 233 Parry, Randy .......... 213 Parsley, Mike ,......... 178 Paschal, Edgar .......... 233 Paschal, Gary .......... 233 Patrick, Bill .............. 90 Patrick, Robert ....,... 213 Patterson, Jean ,,,,,,,, 233 Payne, Charles .... 77, 168, 213 Payne, Dicky .......... 213 Paysinger, Marian fMrs.J 28 Peabody, Bennett ...... 213 Peabody, James .... 74, 233 Pearce, Gregg .......... 233 Pederson, Don .... 74, 168, 213 Pennington, Fred .... Pennington, Jerry .... 87, 262 104 Perrett, Diane .... 60, 147, 262 Perry, Shirie ............ 262 Perryman, Nancy .... 213 Peters, Mike ...... 64, 69, 262 213 Pfarner, David .... 92, 93, 107, 233 Phears, JoAnn ........ 262 Phillips, A. C. .... 63, 147, 262 Peters, Shelia ............ Phillips, Beverly .... 60, 63, 74, 79, 132, 262 Phillips, Clayton ....,. 233 Phillips, George ,..... 233 Phillips, Judy .... 51, 60, 63,67,79,98,110,13L 147,195,262 Phillips, Kenneth .... 213 Phillips, Larry ,,,,,.,, 263 Phillips, Linda .....,.. 213 Phillips, Mickey ...... 213 Pierce, Grover ......., 233 Pierce, Kay . .-... ....... 1 33 Pierce, Pat ...... 133, 213 Pierce, Porter ....,..... 263 Pilcher, Edmund .....1.. 263 Pilcher, Carolyn .... 57, 60, 63, 84, 233 Pirkle, Cindy ........ 44, 47, 51, 64, 79, 219, 233 Pirtle, Judy ...... 74, 103, 121,213 Pitz, Larry ,,...... 85, 213 Piwetz, James ,... 90, 233 Plekavic, Francis ..--.. 51, 87, 263 Plemmons, Jerry 90, 234 Plemmons, Jo .... 47, 51, 64, 234 Poe, Bobby ------ 90, Poindexter, Letha .--- 51, 213 234 ndex Poindexter, Tommy .... 78, 234 Pool, Adaire ...... 44, 60, 68,74,107,264 Poorman, Carol ...... 107, 130,131,263 Pope, Berta CMrs.J .. 32 Poppelreiter, Bob .... 178, 213 Porter, Celia ............ 133 Post, Donna .. 44, 49, 51, 103,133,181,214 Powell, Phyllis ........ 46, 64, 90, 107, 132, 263 Powers, Roy ............ 214 Prather, Harold .. 44, 168, 214 Prator, Ann ...... 50, 74, 264 Prator, Jane ............ 214 Pratt, Linda ...... 74, 234 Presnell, Dale .... 92, 234 Price, Irene fMrs.J .. 28 Price, Kay ,....... 70, 74, 234 Price, Mamie fMissJ .... 20 Probst, Barbara .....,,. 14, 59, 60, 64, 66, 79, 85, 95, 110, 147, 263 Proffer, Jessie .... 69, 214 Ifflk .............. 130, 131 Ptomey, Alvin ,.,..... 234 C2 Quill and Scroll ,..... 110 R Race, Judy ................ 234 Ragland, Richard ...... 44, 64, 154, 158, 166, 263 Raish, Karen ...... 51, 85, 103, 185, 198, 219, 234 Ramette, Sylvia .... 74, 85, 214 Randall, Joe .... ,... 2 34 Raney, Bill .............. 214 Rankin, Lyndel ...... 168, 234 Rash, Betty -------- 51, 85, 95, 214 Rash, Douglas ........ 214 Rawdon, Ellen ........ 234 Rayburn, Billy .... 74, 90, 263, 264 Rayburn, Martha ...... 51, 64, 103, 234 Razor, Toy ...,,,........ 234 Reasoner, Wanda .... 234 Reaves, Rosemary .... 103 Reddell, Jo Ann ...... 51, 133, 214 Redden, Rex ,,., 154, 166, 234 Red Cross Council .... 84 Reed, James ............ 214 Reed, Jill .1.. 44, 64, 65, 74, 103, 110, 183, 186 Reed, Margaret ........ 234 Reel, Sandy .... 103, 234 Reese, Danelle .... 44, 51, 85, 234 Reeves, Claudia ...... 214 Rehfeldt, Elmer ...... 234 Reid, Janice ............ 214 Reid, Loyal ............ 234 Reynolds, Nancy ...... 74, 85, 98, 103, 235 Reynolds, Tina ........ 214 Rhett, James ,,,,,,,,,, 235 Rhodes, Bobby .... 78, 138, 235 Rhodes, Donald ........ 214 Rhodes, Jack ,,,,,,,,,, 235 Rhue, Sandra Sue .,.. 214 Rice, Bob .,........ 70, 94 Richardson, Alvis .,.. 78, 168, 214 Richey, Linda .......... 214 Richter, James .......... 235 Ricketts, Larry ........ 131, 235 Ricketts, Ricky ........ 214 Riddel, Richard ........ 78 Riggs, Fred ,....... 64, 67, 235 Riley, Don .... 170, 173, 174, 235 Rinehart, Rita .......... 214 Risher, Jimmy .... 64, 98, 132, 154, 166, 167 Ritchey, John ..,....... 214 Ritter, Mr. John T. ., 37 Rivers, Mary ..,,,...,, 235 Rivers, Rickey .... 146, 235 Roberson, James .. 47, 214 Roberts, Betsy ........ 214 Roberts, Bill .......... 214 Roberts, Dawn .... 74, 90 Roberts, Don .......... 214 Roberts, Iris .......... 214 Roberts, Norman ...... 214 Robertson, Ann ........ 85, 214 Robertson, Gary ..,... 214 Robinson, Linda .,...... 51, 85, 235 Roche, Dan .... 179, 235 Roddy, Miss Melba .. 25, 85 Rogers, Myrtle ......,. 235 Roquemore, Mr. E. A. 37,78,240 Rose, Carol ........,,.... 263 Ross, Frank ............ 214 Ross, Mrs. Carileta .. 37, 52, 202 Ross, Virginia .......... 263 Roten, Sharon .......,.. 214 Rothermel, Diane .... 131, 214 Roundtree, Bettye .... 64, 74, 264 Rowland, Bill .......... 235 Ruebsamen, Dave .... 214 Russel, Jimmy ........ 214 Russell, Anne .......... 235 Russell, Kenneth .... 154, 158, 166, 167, 265 Russell, Phyllis -------- 51, 103,214 Ruggia, Jeanne ......,. 263 Rush, Pat ................ 235 Ruth, Jo ......... .... 2 63 Ryan, Al ..,,... ..... 2 63 Ryan, June ........ .,... 2 14 Ryan, Sharron ....,,.... 214 S Safety Council ,,,,,, 98, 99 St. Peter, Judy .... 60, 75, 107, 235 St. Romain, Merilee .. 103 Sampson, Barbara .... 265 Sampson, Betty .......,.. 85 Sanders, Donna .....,.. 267 Sanders, Marquita .... Sanders, Sandra .... 60, 79, 147, 193, 265 Sanderson, Theda .,.... 215 Sandlin Carol ........,. Sandoval, Julian .,,. 214 Sarno, Pat ..,.........,... Saunders, Carolyn .. 235 Saunders, Linda .,.,.... Savage, Judy ,,.. 52, 235 85, 214 74, 79, 214 168, 214 21L 52 133, Steffens, Sondra ...... 52, Savage, Louis .... 78, 214 Scaramuzzo, Art ...... 215 Scarborough, Jane .,,. 215 Scholwinski, Charles .. 215 Schug, Carmalee ...... 52, 95, 107, 235 Scott, Sharon .... 74, 215 Scottino, Carolyn ...... 47, 138, 256 Seale, Katy ,,,,,,,.,,,,,. 215 Searcy, Paula .... 74, 215 Seay, Elizabeth .....,.. 215 Seay, Louis ........ 90, 92, 265 Seelye, Sherry ............ Sellers, Jerry ............ 98 215 Sellers, Kenneth ,...,. 215 Senior Class .... 240, 276 Senior Class Favorites .... 199 Senior Class Officers .. 241 Senior Class Play ...... 59 Senior Class Sponsors .... 240 Sessions, Johnny ............ Seward, Bill ........ 44, 64, 74, 107, 266 Sexton, Don ..............-...-- Shackelforcl, Wally .... 77, 78, 92, 266 Shemwell, Jack ........ 266 Shemwell, Jim .... 168, 215 Shepard, Dick .... 98, 266 Sherman, Bill ............ 74 Sherrill, Donna ........ 52, 84, 85, 215 Sherrod, Mrs. Cloye .... 5, 22, 128, 240 Shope, Linda .... 74, 103, 215 Shouse, Shelia .......... 215 Shrum, Wayne .......... 215 Shupee, Mrs. Mildred .... 22 Sherman, Karen ........ 52 Sherman, Trey .... 78, 266 Showcase .................... 71 Shuster, Mary .. ........ 215 Siddon, Tomarie, ...... 215 Sier, Bobbie ........ 52, 60, 79, 256 Silaway, David ........ 266 Simmons, Carolinda .... 75, 95, 256 Simmons, Dianne ...... 215 Simms, Mrs. Bobbie .. 25, 240 Simonton, Don ........ 151 Simpson, Bobby ........ 215 Skelton, Mrs. Juanita .. 20 Skidmore, Barbara .... 215 Skidmore, Carolyn .... 60, 64, 74, 75, 147, 266 Skiles, Keith ...... 64, 75, 95, 98, 154, 159, 166, 236 Skinner, David ........ 1 58, 1 77 Slaughter, James ...... 215 Sleppy, Janet ...... 47, 64, 266 Sloan, Harold .......... 215 Smith, Albert ............ 215 Smith, Ann ........ 70, 90, 105, 151, 215, 236 Smith, Donna .- .... 52, 95, Smith, Mr. Jerry .... 14, 20, 129 44, Smith, Kenneth .... 90, 266 Smith, Lucy .............. 215 Smith, Reba ........ 64, 95, 115, 267 Smith, Ronnie .......... 215 Smith, Sandra .... 91, 92, 107, 236 Smith, Edith ............ 104 Stinson, Sue ...... 21, Stocker, Keinz .......... Stockton, Diane ...- 52, Strain, Judy ...... 52, Streetman, Peggy .... Smithers, Billy ........ Snell, Frank ........ 78, Snider, Carol Ann .... 47, 64, 90, 92, 107, 267 Snider, Phyillis .. 105, 267 Snodgrass, Mrs. Ena .... 56 Snowden, Bo .... 168, Snowden, Howard ...... 215 256 215 267 Sommers, Karell ...... 52, 103, 130, 131, 215 Sophomore Class .... 202, 217 Sophomore Favorites .. 197 Sophomore Officers .. 205 Sophomore Sponsors .. 202 Spain, Ronald .... 75, 256 Spalding, Ed .... 177, 215 Sparrow, Barbara ...... 60, 70, 75, 79, 107, 109, 267 Sparrow, Peter .... 64, 75, 107, 236 Spear, Jean .... 155, Spence, Jan .... 115, Spencer, Annette .. 52, 95, 257 215 256 Spring Training ...... 1 20, 1 2 1 Spiva, Kay ........ 52, 215 Spruance, Pat .... 52, 151, 153, 256 Squires, Carol .... 52 85, 236 Stage Band ................ 89 Stakes, Wanda ............ 267 Stallard, Martha ...... 215 Stamm, Sharon .... 79 215 Stanford, Beverly ..... '69, 75, 85, 133, 181, 203, 215 Stanley, Tracy .... 47, 59, 69, 110, 145, 146, 147, 167, 267 Stanton, James Starke, Gayle .... 52, 215 Starks, Dolores .... 85, 215 Steakley, Judy .... 64, 152, 236 Stedman, Ronnie ........ 267 Steele, George .... 98, 215, 236 2 1 5 129 237 268 216 Stribling, Jeanette .... 52, 216 Strickland, Helen ...... 20 Strickland, Susan ...... 85, 216 Strong, Pat .... 52, 64 87, 131 Stroud, Andy ....,....,.. 85 Stroud, Billy ............ 268 Stroud, Lynda .... 52, 84, 236 Stroud, Sharon .... 52 84, 216 Sudduth, Don ............ 257 Sulak, Cyril ......... .. 216 Sullivan, Louie ...... 151, 237 Summerford, Jackie .. 154, 162, 166, 237 Sumrall, Walter ...... 216 Sutherland, Anne ...... 216 Sutherland, Marsha ...44, 49, 52, 53, 64, 75, 79, 80, 83, 147, 167, 268 Sutton .... 59, 60, 69 75, 79, 84, 132, 268 Swafford, Bobby ...... 257 Swearinger, Sandra 52, 85, 216 T Talbot, Wilma .... 78, 90, 237 Tallon, Sandra ........ 268 Tamplin, Betty ........ 237 Tankersley, Janice .. 268 Tannahill, Mary ...... 95, 216 Taylor, Aldah .... 90, 257 Taylor, Glen ........,. 237 Terrell, Harold .,,...,. 216 Thomas, Charles ...... 216 Thomas, Larry .... 64, 154, 159. 166, 268 Thomas, Leroy ........ 268 Thomas, Linda .... 47, 67, 75, 79, 83, 107, 193, 268, Thomas, Sandra ...... 216 Thompson, Betty .... 87, 103, 131, 237 Thompson, Mr. Guy Shaw 31, 168, 202 Thompson, Patsy .... 257 Thorla, Becky .... 47, 64, 64, 69, 79, 152, 267 181, Steineke, Alan .......... 2 1 5 Steineke, Georgia ........ 98, 2 1 5, 2 56 Stepp, Al .... 44, 154, 161, 1 66, 2 5 6 Stevens, Donna .,...... 267 Stevens, Glenda ........ 2 1 5 Stevens, Shirley .... 52, 256 Stewart, Bonnie .... 5 2, 2 3 7 Stewart, George ........ 215 Stewart, Glenda ........ 52, 267 Stewart, Jean ............ 257 Stewart Ma L nn 79 215 Smith, Donnie .......... 266 Smith, Gary .... 47, 75, 92, 107, 256 Smith, James ............ Smith, JoAnn .... 52, 215 215 Smith, Judy .... 44, 60, 66, 75, 79, 107, 266 , 1'Y Y -- Stewart, Sandra .,.. 69, 90 Stiles, James .... 78, 257 Stiles, Jerry ........ 69, 85, 231 Stiles, Jim Tom ...... 253 181, 219, 237 Thornton, Jimmy .... 64, 257 Thorsen, Terry ..,..... 216 Tidwell, Sherryn ...... 60, 64, 75, 107, 269 Tierce, John ...... 42, 45, 44, 57, 61, 56, 78, 83, 154, 166, 167, 167, 182, 269 Tims, Burton .....,..,... 87 Tinner, Anne ............ 257 Tisdale, Toby .... 64, 92, 90, 107, 181, 237 Todd, Fern .............. 216 Todd, Meredith ........ 75 Tomerlin, Peggie .... 216 Tomlin, Harold ...... 98, 257 Tompkins, Helen ...... 85, 216 Townend, Leorah .... 70, 75, 107, 269 Townsend, Ricky ,... 258 Trimble, Betty ........ 269 Trout, Lynn ,,,.....,.,, 216 Trull, Sandra ,... 47, 64, 269 Tubb, Janet .......,...... 52 Tucker, Jean .... 52, 105, 216 Tucker, Suzanne .. 44, 52, 238 Tull, Mike ........ 78, 258 Tull, Pat ........,.,..... 269 Turner, Billy .... 216, 269 Turner, Jimmy ,....... 269 Turner, Mary .... 95, 107, 238 Turney, Mrs. Ann .... 51, 257 Turnham, Mrs. Vadn ,,.... 37, 52 Turpin, Larry .......... 269 U Uggen, Willis .,,, 178, 216 Urie, Thomas ............ 258 Usher, Bettye .... 44, 47, 60, 64, 67, 79, 107, 110 195, 269 V Vader, Prudie .... 10 52, 238 Valant, Gary .......... 216 Valentine, Ricky ...... 85 Van Buren, Tommy .. 258 Van Leuvan, Linda .... 69, 269 Van Riper, Susanne ..238 Vennum, Alice ........ 105 Vennum, Quentin .... 178 238 Veres, Clinton ........ 179, 188, 238 Vermillion, Judy ...... 216 Viegas, Larry ............ 216 Vileta, Corliss ........ 216 Vines, Pat ,........,..., 258 Voge, Sandra .. 105, 131, 216 W Wafer, David .... 75, 269 Waibel, Lynn .... 151, 238 Waite, James .... 179, 270 Walden, Pat ...... 47, 52, 216 Walden, Ronda ........ 216 Wallace, James ...... 216 Wallace, Linda ...... 238 Waller, Doug .... 57, 270 Walker, Betty .... 64, 66, 75, 90, 107, 270 Walker, Calvin .... 85, 238 Walker, S. ........... ... 107 Walker, Sharon ...... 270 Walters, Linda .... 47, 85, 216 Wanker, Jim ............ 238 Ward, Beth ........ 85, 258 Ward, Hugh ............ 216 Ward, Jimmy ............ 216 Ward, Terry ........ 52, 84, 98, 238 Warner, Nancy ........ 216 Warren, Barbara ...... 84, 85, 216 Warriner, Bobby ...... 70, 75, 170 Watkins, Kenneth .... 44, 55, 154, 164, 166, 179, 181, 238 Watkins, Larry ........ 270 Watkins, Marie ........ 238 Watkins, Mike .... 46, 57, 64, 270 Watson, Billy ............ 216 277 Watson, Watson, Watson Watsoni 2 1 7 Gary ........ 2 16 Jackie ...... 2 1 6 Johnny ........ 2 1 7 Ronnie .... 177, Weatherall, Joe .. 44, 64, 75, 83, 95, 107, 109, 170, 172, 173, 178, 181, 184,217,270 Weatherbee, Carl 239 Weatherford Kathleen .. 87, 90, 238 Weatherred, John ...... 168 Weatherrell, Joe .... 217, 270 Webb, Mr. John 14, 18 Webb, Linda .... 52, 217 Webb, Shirley ........ 238 Webster, Judy .......... 238 Weed, Roger ..,. 239 Weitrecht,' Diana 217 Wetherbee, Joe .... 178 Wheeler, Kenneth 270 Whipple, Emory ...... 90, 92, 93, 239 Whitaker, Donald 270 Whitaker, Yvonne 217 White, Ann .... 91, 270 White, David ........ 239 278 Whitenight, George .... 75, 217 Whiteside, Charles 84, 217 Whitlock, Mr. .......... 26 Whitt, Sara Jo .... 70 72, 85, 217 Whitten, Audene .... 14, 19, 137 Whitten, Mary .. 52, 132, 164, 239 Whitworth, Avon .... 83, 87, 239 Wilcox, Gary .......... 217 Wilhite, Clifford .... 78, 239 Williams, Betty ...... 217 Williams, Cheryl .... 47, 70, 217 Williams, Janie ........ 270 Williams, Mrs. .......... 32 Williams, Pat ............ 217 Williams, Sonny .... 124, 170, 173, 239 Williams, Virginia 271 Wills, Norma Jo .... 271 Wilson, Mitchell .... 70, 72, 239 181, Wilson, Rodney .... 2 1 7 X Wilson, Sammie .... 98, 2 39 Wilson, Starlett ...... 44, 49, 56, 60, 79, 80, 107, 132, 147, 185, 186, 271 Windham, Milton .... 95, 239 Winnett, Janice ...... 52, 95, 217 Winter, Gary ............ 239 Wise, Charlene ........ 52, 90, 98, 107, 239 Wolf, Beverly .......... 239 Wolfskill, Regina .... 75, 90, 131, 217 Wolltrnan, Anthony .. 217 Wood, Mary Ann .... 75, 85, 217 Wood, Mike ............ 217 Wood, Tommy .... 90, 98, 239 Woodhead, Robert .... 131, 178, 217 Wooley, Sandra .... 47, 52, 217 Wooten, Sonny ...... 217 Workman, Coach Mayfield 1 54 Worley, Jerry .......... 2 17 Worrell, Mary ,,,,,,,,,, 2 39 Wright, Andy 154, 164,166,217uuMu Wright, Jay ...... 170, 217 Wright, Jeanie Wright, Johnny Wright, Joyce Wright, Sharon 98, 169, .1uu. 239 .u.9s,z17 217 217 Wright, Wesley ........ 64, 154, 159, 166, 241, 271 Wynn, George ........ 217 Wynn, Martha ........ 217 Wynne, Paul ........ 217 Y Yale, Eddy ............ 239 Yandell, Johnny ...... 47, 64, 146, 271 Yeathermon, Rosemary .. 271 Young, Dana .... 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