Arlington High School - Colt Corral Yearbook (Arlington, TX)
- Class of 1961
Page 1 of 328
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And so starts another day for the busy principal of
Arlington High School.
For his kindness and leadership extended to
the faculty and students, for his devotion to the
school as teacher, vice-principal, and principal,
for his concern and interest in the student body,
we are honored and privileged to dedicate the
1961 Colt Corral to john Webb.
--The Colt Corral Staff
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Bjorn is a proud member of the Colt Band
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Bjorn Lindvig is met at the airport by Mr. Webb and his family.
Our foreign exchange student this
year is Bjorn Lindvig from Norway. In
contrast to our exchange student last
year, Leslie MacFadden from Brazil,
Bjorn comes from one of the coldest
places in the world.
Bjorn got into the swing of things aft-
er his arrival here by being placed in the
Colt marching band. He learned to play
the trumpet in his spare time because mu-
sic and extra-curricular activities are not
provided by his school in Skein, Norway.
In regard to dates in Norway, skiing
and ice-skating are predominate, while in
the summer, swimming and shows are as
popular as they are in America. Bjorn is an
avid sportsman participating in skiing,
soccer, gymnastics, and basketball. They
do not have baseball in Norway. In fact,
he saw his first football game at AHS.
This year Bjorn is taking civics,
speech, English, American History, and
band. His schedule this year at AHS is
quite different from his previous ones be-
cause no electives are allowed in Nor-
After he returns to Norway, Bjorn
plans to major in economics in a college
After he graduates from AHS, Bjorn
will return to his own school where he
will still have two years to complete in
Bjorn is living with the family of
Peter Sparrow who is a senior this year.
We sincerely hope that Bjorn has en-
joyed his stay at AHS and will succeed
in his attempt to better the relationship
of America and Norway.
And I have to take history, algebra, and English.
Why so much excitement over a little ring?
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O I C O O
Twirp Week--a school girl's dream
! Picking Senior rings proves to be a debatable job
fir. Mdfflh lea ds Admfhfsffafion
Mr. James W. Martin, Superintendent
Mr. James W. Martin has the responsibility of
seeing that 11,600 Arlington students receive the prop-
er education. His devotion to the job and personal in-
terest in students have made his many years of service
to AHS and Arlington most rewarding. With the help
of Mrs. Dixie Fowler, his personal secretary, Mr. Mar-
tin continues to display his experience in the work as
Mrs. Dixie Fowler
Mr. Woodrow Counts Mr. Roy Wood
Assistant Superintendent-Education Assistant Superintendent-Finance
fysfem 561715 196061978 Ham leaders
Mrs. Deloise Keating
Mr. Counts and Mr. Wood have
served the Arlington Public School
System with shrewd guidance and
Mr. Counts, in his twelfth year
with Arlington schools, is in charge of
all the special teachers-nurses, speech
therapist, supervisors, and special ed-
Mr. Wood, also in his twelfth
year with Arlington schools, super-
vises all the purchases of the school,
the payroll of the faculty and admin-
istration, and maintenance of the
Mrs. Stella Hlivko
Sec. to Mr. Counts Sec. to Mr. Wood
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The Board of Directors ure: flxeft to rightj Messrs. Guy Hutchinson, Vice-Secretary joe Bally.
Secrctaryg Fred Croolcg Odell Shackelford, President: Clyde Ashworthg Floyd Gunn, Vice-Presi-
dent: and Tom Foster.
Certainly one of the
most valuable people at Ar-
lington High School is our
principal, Mr. john Webb.
Although he is considered
to be quite businesslike, Mr.
Webb is never without
words of encouragement
Mr. Webb was born in
Clarksville, Texas. He later
attended North Texas State
College, Arlington State
College, Gainsville Jr. Col-
lege, the University of Tex-
as, and Northwestern in
Before coming to Ar-
lington High School, Mr.
Webb worked at Belton jr.
High School where he served
He has received a B.S.
in business administration
and a Master in history. At
present he is attending the
University of Texas where
he is studying educational
Mr. Webb is quite ac-
tive in civic and community
affairs. He belongs to the
Kiwanis Club and the First
20 Mrs. Elizabeth Malone
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john M. Webb, Principal
Mrs. Elizabeth Malone serves as secretary to principal,
john Webb. Her duties include taking dictation, tran-
scribing outgoing correspondence, and distributing all in-
coming mail. During football season she makes arrange-
ments for reserved football tickets. Mrs. Malone is truly
an asset to Mr. Webbis office and to the efficient operation
of the school.
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Harold W. Key, Vice-Principal
Mrs. Whitten's warm smile and gracious attitude
is afamiliar trademark in the high school office. She
is the secretary to our Vice-Principal, Mr. Harold Key.
Her many duties include answering the telephone, stu-
dent registration, filing, and aiding Mr. Key in his
various jobs. Because of her personal interest in the
students of Arlington High School, she has won many
friends among students and teachers alike.
"A man's work is from
sun to sun." This phrase
does not apply to all men.
One of those men is Mr.
Harold Key, Vice-Principal
of Arlington High School.
During school hours is not
the only time that Mr. Key
Works for the betterment of
AHS. Mr. Key is one of the
men who give many hours
a day beyond the regular
work day to his job.
Mr. Key was born in
Sherman, Texas. After com-
pleting his high school ed-
ucation, he attended Texas
Christian University. He
majored in chemistry and
earned a B.S. and M.A. in
chemistry and education
He has served Arling-
ton High School for many
years, first as a math teach-
er, and now as Vice-
Principal. Other than Ar-
lington High School, Mr.
Key has taught in a variety
He is active in many
He belongs to the First
Methodist Church and the
Masonic lodge, is an active
participant in teenage base-
ball, and also belongs to the
Texas State Teachers Asso-
Mrs. Audine Whitten 21
MR. JERRY SMITH
"Do not open the test booklet until
We are ready to begin." Any one taking one
of the many vocational and educational
tests given by Mr. Smith has heard this
phrase. These tests are used by Mr. Smith
to help the student plan his high school
program. Students having trouble with a
subject or needing aid in forming college
plans are welcome to talk with him at any
time. He is well qualified for his job as he
holds a Master's degree in education and is
currently Working on his Ph.D from North
Texas. He has taught in the guidance in-
stitute at North Texas and summer school
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MISS MAMIE PRICE
Dean of Girls
During her three years as Dean of
Girls, Miss Price has served as an example
of a gracious and understanding Woman to
all the girls at A.H.S. Her warm, friendly
manner makes it easy for any girl having
personal or school problems to confide in
her. She has executed her many respon-
sibilities which include any problems of
discipline and attendance of girls with
calmness and efficiency. Formerly a Texas
and American History teacher, she remains
interested in history and is now a member
of the Texas State Historical Association.
She is a graduate of West Texas State and
now holds a Masters degree in history.
MRS. HELEN STRICKLAND
Most students do not realize how much
the duties performed by Mrs. Strickland af-
fect the subjects they study. As instruc-
tional supervisor she works with the teach-
ers to plan the year's course of study for
grades seven through twelve. She organizes
and plans the departmental meetings and
provides the teacher with various instruc-
tional aids. When new courses are intro-
duced to the curriculum, she works with the
teachers to determine the objectives and
plans of study. By aiding the teachers she
in turn aids the student.
MRS. NEWANA COUNTS, R.N.
One of Arlington's five public school
nurses, Mrs. Counts, is now serving her
twelfth year at AHS. During this time she
has proved effective at curing nearly every-
thing except severe cases of "term theme-
itis" and "I forgot to study for that test"
headaches. She is also busy serving as spon-
sor for the Future Nurses Club. Interested
in young people, she encourages them to get
all the education they can. Following her
own advice, she is currently working on a
degree in elementary education at North
MRS. JUANITA SKELTON
As speech therapist it is Mrs. Skeleton's
job to help the students with speech and
hearing problems. She works at both the
high school and C.E. Dunn Elementary
School. At high school she has a regular
class made up of students who have speech
defects. The other students may come and
talk to her individually. Her membership in
the Council for Exceptional Children and
the American Speech and Hearing Associa-
tions help her execute her job more effec-
tively. She was graduated from West Texas
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Student Body President, Harry Allison, presides at an assembly.
Harry Allison's election to student body president climaxed four years of
service to his school. He has played football, basketball, and run track. The past
two years he played on the HA" football team and was starting center for defense
this year. During his junior and senior years he spent much time in practicing for
the class plays.
He served as class president his freshman year and as social chairman his
sophomore year. That same year he was elected class favorite. His willingness
to contribute many hours of service to his school and his warmth and friendliness
made him deserving of this honor.
The Student Council is the backbone of student body organi-
zation. It provides training in leadership and citizenship. Giving
the students an opportunity to understand the principles of gov-
ernment, they have the chance to participate in a small scale elec-
tion. An excutive committee composed of the officers and spon-
sors meet twice a month. The full council made up of represent-
atives from all home rooms and the presidents of the various clubs
meet the other two Tuesdays. In the excutive sessions plans are
made for the next meeting and they work out any problems con-
cerning the student body and encourage harmony between teach-
ers and students.
During the year, the Council sponsors a Valentine Dance,
Western Day, Twirp Week, Homecoming, the Halloween Carni-
val, and Howdy Week. Student Council members also aid the
senior class in the sale of magazines. The money they raise
throughout the year is used to provide needed equipment for the
school such as flags for the stage and a pitching machine for the
Smith and Mrs. johns, sponsors, discuss Student Council
Kenneth Watkins, vice-president, presides
Mary Coffer, secretary, reads the minutes
at a Student Council meeting.
lkey Burress, parliamentariim raises a point
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Frrst row Alllson Bane Beebee Belovsky Bontley Bnttain, Bronstad Buchanan Burchfrel
Second row Burke Burress Campbell Carlson Carm1chael,Carr1co Chastcen Cofer Collins
Thxrd row Crsng Creswell Cummmgs Deermg Evers Farhat, Ferrell Gaston Gould Fourth
row Gowm Gregory Hart Harvey Heffmgton Hrghtower, Houston Howsley Huckabee
Fnfth row Huffmanjernulbun joy Llndvlg Long Malone D Martin, M Martin R Martin
Early Student Councrl members anxlouslyf ?j await meetmg
Magazine sales create activity and money for Student Council.
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First row: Maszy, Matthews, Mayhew, McLellan, Mickelson, Moore, Murchison, Murphy,
Oakesg Second row: Ormsby, Parrish, Plemmons, Poe, Raish, Reid, Rivers, Rodieck, Schugg Third
row: Searcy, Skiles, Spencer, Stepp, Stiles, Thorla, Veres, Vileta, Waibelg Fourth row: Ward,
Watkins, Whitten, Whitworth, Wilson, Wood.
Senior Ruth Benbow seems to be having trouble getting junior Bob Busch
to acknowledge her superiority.
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"Hi," "Howdy," and "How do you do,
sir?" became the theme of the two days al-
lotted to the traditional Howdy Week.
Seniors took advantage of their status to
make the juniors sing the fight song and
Alma Mater. The Juniors took it upon
themselves to initiate the Sophomores to
their first taste of school tradition by mak-
ing them sing, too. The teachers had the
privilege of making all classmen sing.
Though there were a few sore throats,
many people made lasting friendships dur-
ing this week.
Ira Evers is having to perform for Lynn Waibel. Wonder if Lynn will
sing for Mr. Faulkner.
A lot of work went into making this year's carnival a success.
Booths, prizes, and surprises are just a few
words to describe the fun-filled Halloween carni-
val this year.
The juniors took first place in the booth
competition featuring a side show, a sponge
throw, and a slave auction. The juniors working
on the winning booth were Mike Farhat, Mills
Boone, Kenneth Lajudice, Dick Carmichael,
Bonnie Beebe, Don Mebus, Marsha Hunt, and
The sophomores featured a country store,
apple bobbing, and a spook house. The senior's
booths were portrayed by a cake walk, chances
on a stuffed dog to be raffled off, and a chance
to "let off steam" by brutally beating on a car
bought by the senior class.
Who in the world is "Flaming Mamie?"
It doesn't feel very fresh to me.
The things that I do for school spirit!
Well, I never .....
Oh, Nancy, you have just as much chance as
I sure hope the owner doesn't come back!
Come on now, lct's get to work,
Oh, this pounding headache
I'm sorry, Sir, I only work here.
AW, come on, Miss Amos, give us our food.
I'm just so glad to be here
Work hard--this is our las-t day!
Don't go to sleep now-we aren't through.
Building a birdhouse, boys?
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It looks pretty good.
VU hat a mess!
With the excitement of Homecoming hanging in the
air, Sophomores, juniors, and Seniors busily worked on
floats, preparing for the big day ahead. The week-long
activities were climaxed on Friday, November 4, with the
pep rally, parade, game, and dance.
School spirit was at its peak during the morning pep
rally when the Homecoming Queen nominees and Com-
ing Home Queen were presented. Classes proceeded as
usual until 2:30 in the afternoon when school was dis-
missed for the parade. In this parade, the longest in the
school's history, rode the Homecoming Queen nominees-
Darlene Barton, Jeannie Elick, Bobbie Burchfiel, and
Paulette Grubbs. Various clubs and organizations, along
with the classes, were represented by floats.
Football fans began pouring into the stadium at 6:30,
an hour before kick-off time. Paulette Grubbs was
crowned Homecoming Queen at half-time, and Harry
Allison administered the traditional kiss. First place float
was won by the newly-formed Vocational Industrial Club.
The Senior class float won second place, with F.'I'.A.
placing third. The only cloud hanging over the festivities
was the Wichita Falls football team. Although the Coyotes
defeated the Colts, 54-14, the Colt 11 managed to score
more points against them than any other team in District
. To conclude a memorable Homecoming, a dance was
held in the cafeteria with Danny Burke's orchestra pro-
viding the music.
Mrs. Bucher, Coming Home Queen, and the other girls enjoyed the pep rally.
Hey Bonnie! your bloomers are showing!
Here comes "Peter Gunn."
I've never had a mum before.
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The Seniors were proud of their float.
The first-place V.I.C. float was unique.
The Coyotes flunked this ccurse.
The Camera Club car held four smiling girls
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The junior float was an eye-catcher
The Library Club float was one of the most sophomores campaigned forthe Colts
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and Paulette Grubbs and Jeannie Elick
QLD ride in the parade in billowing for-
Smile, girls, here comes the photographer.
We love parades !
The cheerleaders and band lead the parade.
The Library Club car rolls a.
Busy camera bugs take time out to ride in the parade.
"I'm so happy, Icould cry!" exclaims Paulette
Football players have all the luck!
Beverly Stanford describes the game to Lee Hart.
Miss Amos receives the annual Founders Day award as the
teacher who has done the most for AHS.
Mr. Martin beams with pride as he receives a
gift of appreciation.
Pete Heinz presents Bruce Malone with a key to a German town.
R Z 14. 6'f'Ve.s' founders Jay Pfodaoffbn
AHS students had several parts in the annual PTA
Founders Day production February 17 and 18 in the
auditorium. The theme this year was to show our Amer-
ican way of life to Bjorn Lindvig, our foreign exchange
student from Norway.
The Choraliers and Melodiers, the Colt Band,
and individual AHS students were among the per-
formers. The high school PTA presented Miss Eliza-
beth Amos, junior English teacher, the life member-
ship to climax the AHS participation on the program.
Bjorn imagines himself as chief of the Founders
The hopefuls for Western Day Queen await the judgement.
"Two Kings and a Queen", formerly the "Mellow Three"
entertain with western music.
It was a close contest among the boys.
This year's Western Day proved to be very interest-
ing. Students came attired in every conceivable type of
western clothes. Stripes and plaids proved to be very
popular among AHS'ers.
This year was the first year in the history of the
school that in the contest for king a tie was called, and
two boys ruled for the day. Clinton Veres and Gordon
Reddy were the two kings and jerry Tucker reigned as
the queen. Tony Gaines, Billy Marks, Jackie Summer-
ford, Marvin Matthews, and jerry jones gave a skit on
the founding of Arlington High School.
Bill, Tony, Marvin, jackie, and jerry relate how AHS was founded.
Student Council officers take charge
of Western Day program,
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The "Tumbleweeds," alias the "Vocaliers," entertain the
"Poncho" Veres, "Chester" Reddy, and Queen jerry
Tucker take time to pose for the cameras.
judy Holland and Mike Farhat congratulate each other after the announcing
Nominees for secretary were Beverly Caddel, Nan Collins
and Judy Holland.
Nominees for president were Robert Young, Mike
Farhal, and Lee Hart.
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March 14 marked an exciting day for six juniors, Lee Hart,
Robert Young, Mike Farhat, Nan Collins, Beverly Caddel, and
Judy Holland, competing for president and secretary of the Student
Council. The day was a climax for a week of preparing posters,
tags, and speeches and one day of frenzied campaigning. In a morn-
ing assembly, held the previous day, the candidates and campaign,
speakers presented the student body with the qualifications and
desires of the candidates.
After an all-wide school vote, Mike Farhat and Judy Holland
were announced as the president and secretary of Student Council
for 1961-62. The new president and secretary along with Harry
Allison and Mary Cofer, president and secretary for 1960-61, at-
tended the state Student Council convention in Odessa later in the
Mr. Smith, Student Council sponsor, and Mary
Cofer, 1960-61 secretary, counted more than
1500 votes in the election.
Beverly Caddel shows one of her campaign tech-
niques by pinning one of her tags on Robert Young.
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Cindy Crayton admires one of the many posters that be-
decked the walls of the day preceeding the elections.
Mr. Newell Faulkner
OFFICERS: Ed Camp, President, Bobby Jack Poe, Chaplain, Billy
Moore, Vice-presidentg Bill Sherman, Secretary, joe Frank Hall, Treas-
At the beginning of the 60-61 school year, the Senior Hi-Y
met once a week under the sponsorship of Mr. Newell Faulk-
ner. Its purpose is to "create, maintain, and extend, through-
out the home, school, and Community, high standards of Chris-
This year the club sent a representative, joe Frank Hall,
to Austin to learn the fundamentals of the state government.
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Hall, Hansen, Heinz: Second Row: jackson, jones, Klutz,
This looks like the "Indianapolis 500."
What's the big secret?
"Autograph hounds" sign Donna Posts cast.
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Iunior boys participate in one of the many games at the
The junior social was held at Lucas Park this year after
many delays. As they entered the park, each junior was given
a green or white tag to distinguish the two different teams
for the games to be held. A potato race, a three-legged race,
and a tug-o-war were just a few ofthe games.
A sneak preview of the junior play was given by Kay
King and Lee Bush. Hot dogs, cold drinks, and potato chips
were served. Go-cart rides were available to juniors wishing
to ride them. Those serving on the game committee were
Karell Sommers, Norman Roberts, Kathy Dormier, jimmy
Ashworth, Nan Collins, Dee Butler, Phyllis Russell, Donna
Post, Gayle Starke, and Suzie Deering.
I wouldn't drink that if my life depended on it.
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The senior syndicate, alias the senior class, met one night in January to hold
their annual convention, the class social. There was an abundance of beads and pop
guns since the class members were asked to dress in keeping with the theme.
Decorations depicted the New York fity skyline and characters from the tele-
vision show, "The Untouchablesfl During the evening Bobbie Burchfiel and Chuck
Brittan were chosen as ones having the best costumes.
Sally Gould and Mr. Key engaged in a lively con- Chuck Britian and Bobbie Burchfiel were selected as
versation about the "good old days." the best dressed couple at the senior social.
net Cunningham and Sheilah Kerman represented the
ight of fashion at the sophomore social.
Rusty Wforkman seems to have found something to interest him in the
Those football heroes always get the girls.
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For their first social of the year, the sopho-
more class met in the school cafeteria. The
twenty's was selected as the theme and students,
attired in the style of that time, danced and had
a good time.
Red, yellow, blue, and orange streamers
decorated the room. The program, presided over
by class president, Nicky joy, consisted of girls
dancing the Charleston, monologues, and imita-
o Susan Miles and Amlea Matthew entertain class members with a Charles-
ton to "Yes Sir, That's my Baby." 49
Getting ready for the proms is always a big occasion for
the juniors and Seniors at A.H.S. The junior Prom and the
Senior Banquet and Prom take place in May of each year. The
proms require much preparation for the busy, but happy,
Proms Myhhybf he
The Junior Prom? Well, I might be able to!
D0n't worry, johnny, she'll go!
Tony Gaines eagerly accepts Don Mebus's payment for a corsage.
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The car is polished, the flowers are bought, and john Lawler is ready for the Senior Prom
Charlene gives a sigh of relief after a long search.
Linda Garner takes il last minute look before her date
Although the Foreign Language
Club was just formed two years ago it
is now one of the largest organizations
in AHS. In order to become a member,
one must already have two years of
Latin or Spanish or be enrolled in a
second year class, and have a high scho-
An annual Christmas party and
the sponsorship of the foreign exchange
student are among the activities of this
important organization. lt is the belief
of the organizers of Latina-Espanol
that an understanding of foreign coun-
tries can be promoted through mutual
understanding of their languages.
Martha Graham, Pi1rl.g Mary Ann XVood, Sec.: Bill Murchison, Pres., Don Mebus,
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Byromg Third row: Challenger, Chaney, Clark, Clayton, Cofer, Coleman, Collins, Cordis, Cos-
grove, Cowley, Fourth row: Cracraft, Crittenden, Crouch, Dalley, Daniel, Davis, Davis, R.
DeVare, Dodson, Dormier, Fifth: Duncan, Durham, Earls, Ellison, Esenwein, Falch, Finn, Fisher,
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Second row: Gowin, Graham, Haley, N. Hall, P. Hall, Halsey, Hardwick, Harmon, Harris, Third
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Peabody, Second row: J. Peabody, Pederson, Peterson, Pfarner, Pierce, Pirtle, Prather, Pratt,
Price, Raishg Third row: Ramette, Reddell, Reddick, Richardson, I. Roberts, W. Roberts, Rogers
Rosamond, Rowland, Scarborough, Fourth Row: Scott, Searcy, Sherman, Shockley, Shope, Siver,
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The theme of this year's Foreign Language ban-
quet was "Christmas A La Europa." A couple from
Denton taught new and fundamental dance steps
such as the waltz, North Texas Push, and the Samba.
Later on, the Mellow Three and the Whipple Sisters
entertained with some songs. Refreshments were
served through the course of the banquet.
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Bruce Malone, American Field Service
Foreign Exchange Student
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ences in Germany.
Guests enjoy themselves by singing Christmas carols in Latin
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"Victory, victory is our cry .... " How many
times this year have we heard this cry and other
similar yells meant to bring our spirit and en-
thusiasm to full pitch? Undoubtedly, many times.
However, few of us stop to think how many
hours of practice and how much energy have been
spent for our football, basketball games and pep
rallies. The activities of our cheerleaders have not
only been limited to these functions for, in addi-
tion, they have sponsored all after game dances
and the election of Mr. and Miss School Spirit.
To Miss Melba Roddy we also owe our ap-
preciation. A cheerleader sponsor for fifteen
years, Miss Roddy has helped our cheerleaders to
perfect their routines and accompanies them on
all out-of-town trips.
To Miss Roddy and our cheerleaders go our
appreciation for making our school year and its
activities more exciting and memorable.
Busy AHS cheerleaders take time to pose fora picture.
The things that a mascot must go through!
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Football boys are recognized at the last pep rally.
Mike Farhat and Tom Menz seem to be sharing a private joke.
Quick! Get some Alka-Seltzer.
"If it makes any difference, I'm behind
you all the way."
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Harry Allison makes a short speech at the Sportsmanship dinner.
It is the purpose of the Sportsmanship
Committee to encourage good sportsmanship
among the schools participating in the Dis-
trict 7A athletics. Awards are given both bas-
ketball and football.
Winners of both the basketball and foot-
ball awards are determined on the basis of
points awarded by members of each school's
sportsmanship committee. This committee
consists of representatives of the football team,
or basketball team, the faculty, the band, the
cheerleaders, the student body, and publications.
Members of the sportsmanship committee are from left to dy, jean Mickelson, Coach Workman, and Bill Murchison,
right: Mr, Corey, Bruce Malone, Bobbie Burchfiel, Miss Rod- Not pictured is Harry Allison.
OFFICERS for the fall semester are Chuck Brittan, Presidentg Carmelee
Schug, Treasurer, Hardy jones, Vice-presidentg Roger Huebner, Social Chair-
mang Ruby Flenniken, Secretaryg Martha Graham, Social Chairmang and
Clemma Howsley, Reporter.
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The National Honor Society is a national organ-
ization that was founded on the principles of schol-
arship, citizenship, leadership, and service. The
members are selected by a council of teachers ap-
pointed by the principal of each school. New mem-
bers are given special recognition at an assembly
of the entire student body. This assembly is one of
the highlights of the year for anxious juniors and
seniors. This year the society made an exception in
its rules on attendance at the school when Bjorn
First row: Barker, Bland, Blesi, Brittain, Bronstad,
Linvig, foreign exchange student, was made an
Activities of the society include a formal Christ-
mas banquet, a picnic in honor of the senior mem-
bers, and varied meetings which spotlight special
speakers. Each year the Myrtle Lee Thornton Chap-
ter, the name of the AHS society, gives a scholar-
ship to Arlington State College to a deserving
row: Finn, Flenniken, Gardner, Graham, Gregory, Hall,
Burke, Bussey, Byromg Second row: Camp, Cooper, Covic, Hardwick, Hart, I-locker.
Culberson, Daniel, Dodson, Durham, Falch, Ferrell, Third
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Huebner, jackson, jobe, johnson, Second row: Johnson, Nix, Norton, Ola, Ormand
Jones, King, Knight, Knotts, Kunkle, Leath, Lindvig, Macri,
OFFICERS for the spring term are Billy Moore, Social Chairmang Toby Tis-
dale, Social Chairman, Ed Camp, Presiclentg Ann jobe, Secretaryg Nancy Tur-
ner, Treasurer. Not pictured: james Hall, Vice-president.
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Chuck Brittan presided at the December meeting where
Bjorn Lindvig, Bruce Malone, Cynthia Cook, and Judy
Hopper were guest speakers.
Mr. Webb, special guest, and Mrs. Pope, one of
the sponsors, enjoy the annual National Honor
Row one: Orr, Overtree, Peabody, Pederson, Pirtle, Piwetz, Row three: Tannahill, Thomas, Tisdale, Turner, Viletta
Prather, Proffer, Ramsetteg Row two: Schug, Sessions, Siddon, Wales, Whitenight, Wise.
Siver, G. Smith, S. Smith, Sparrow, Stanford, St. Peterg
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Fry seem to be enjoying the refreshments served by
one of the Huebner twins at the annual Records Day tea.
flfew Members Honored Af lndueffen 6'efemef1f'ee
ing installed as a new member of the NHS.
Spring semester president, Ed Camp, receives the
gavel and oath of office from fall semester presi-
dent, Chuck Brittan.
Monica Daniel is escorted by her father to receive the honor of be-
Martha Graham holds candle representing light of
scholarship while telling of the merits of a good stu-
Margaret johnson and jimmy Hubbard have an ani
mated discussion over refreshments.
New members enjoy after-program refreshments at their first
AHS's Key Club is part of an inter-
national organization sponsored by the
Kiwanis Club. It is a service club for boys
primarily of the upper two classes, but there
are a few sophomore members. The princi-
pal purpose is the betterment of the school
and promotion of harmonious relations a-
mong the students with faculty.
This year the club sponsored a dance
at which they elected Jeannie Elick as their
sweetheart. The other nominees were Billie
Holman and Judy Hopper. They also worked
in the concession stand at the basketball
games and delivered Christmas cards at
KEY CLUB OFFICERS, Richard Huebner, Sec., Billy Moore, Pres., John
Boland, Tres., and Mac Martin, Vice-Pres., prepare to deliver Christmas
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First row: Ashworth, Blesi, Blocker, Boland, Boon, Brittang Second row: Bronstad,
Browning, Burress, Cahill, Campbell, Carmichael, Coble, Conner, Coxg Third row: De-
Maris, Dodson, Dominy, Durham, Fagan, Fanning, Faught, Garner, Gordon
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First Row: Hawkins, Heinz, Richard Huebner, Roger Huebner, Humphreys, Klutz, Lawler,
Malone, Marks, Second Row: Martin, Massey, Matthews, McClellan, Miller, Moore, Murchison
Nelson, Palmer, Third Row: B. Roberts, N. Roberts, Sessions, Shermann, Stepvp, Sulak, Watkins
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OFFICERS: First row: Merrilee Oram, 4th V.P.g Anne Chasteen, Sgt.-At-Armsg Mary J. Martin,
Parl.g Carolyn Huffman, Hist.g Donna Post, 2nd V. P., Nan Collins, 3rd V. P., janet Cunningham,
4th V. P., Bonnie McLellan, 5th V. P.g Second row: Darlene Barton, lst V. P.g Sally Gould, Pres.3
-Iuanice Nicholas, Sec.
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Because many girls will become the "woman of the house,"
FHA seeks to prepare girls for the life in the home. Learning
to live with other people and striving to please are two goals that
are sought by members of FHA. To attain these goals, meetings
and activities of the club are planned at the beginning of the year.
To provide association with others, a Bigger-and-Better party
was held. The highlight of the year's activities was the Mother-
Daughter Banquet. To end the year, FHA week was conducted.
Flowers were placed in the office for teachers and other staff
members to enjoy. A coffee for the teachers was served in the
living room of the homemaking department by members of the
To conclude the week of activities, an assembly was presented
by officers and members of the club.
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First Row: Ackerman, Adams, Adkins, B. Allen, J.
Allen, Anderson, Bailey, Barton, B. Beard, Second
Row: C. Beard, Becker, R. Benbow, R. Benbow,
Bernard, Blesi, Bond, Brendle, Bucher, Third Row:
Burke, Byrom, Caddel, Caldwell, Carwile, Chaney,
Chasteen, Clare, Clark, Fourth Row: Coleman,
Colins, Cowley, Cox, Craven, Crittenden, Culbert-
son, Cunningham, Marty Davis, Fifth Row: Maudie Davis, Decker, J. Deering, S. Deering, Dennis
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Sally Gould and her dad seem to be enjoying their boxed
On Friday, January 31, the annual
Daddy-Date night was held in the cafe-
teria. FHA members prepared boxed
suppers to share with their dads. When
everyone had arrived, boxes were drawn.
After enjoying the suppers, girls and
dads enjoyed numerous games.
The exchange of boxed suppers seems to be enjoyed by FHA'ers and their
Dads on Daddy-Date-Night.
First Row: Dormier, Duffin, Dunn, Ellison. Second Row: English, Evans, Evilsizer, Favara, Field
Fleming, Floyd, H, Ford, L. Ford. Third Row: Fox, Fullerton, Gaines, B, Gardner, S. Gardner
Genzel, Gilmartin, Godfrey, Gorman. Fourth Row: Gould, Green, Grimmer, Gullino, Haag
Hall, Hamilton, Hawkins, Heath. Fifth Row: Heisserer, Heron, Holland, Holloway, Holman
Holt, Hopper, Horbury, Hosey.
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First row: Hudson, Huffman, Hussey, Hutto, Ivy, jackson, jenkins, Jernigan, johnson, Second
row: D. jones, J. jones, Knott, Kocain, LaVallee, Lawson, Linn, Lowe, Mackie, Third row
Marshall, C. Martin, K. Martin, M. Martin, Matthews, Mays, McMahon, McLellan, McLung
Fourth row: Mickleson, Moore, Morales, Moseley, Murray, Napier, Neal, Nicholas, Nivens
Fifth r0WI O'HHllOf?1U, Oram, Ormann, Oyler, Plamer, Parrish, Pearce, Pirkleg Sixth row: Pirtle,
FHA chose Billie Holman as their
chapters representative to the Teen
Fashion Board of McCall's magazine.
She brought high honors to our school
by being chosen by the board to corres-
pond from our school, contributing ideas
as to the current fashions in this area.
Billie Holman decides on the current fashions at
72 AHS to report to McCalls Fashion Board.
Chosen as recipient of the Betty Crocker A-
ward, was Carolinda Simmons. To be eligible for
the award, girls took tests which included prob-
lems facing the homemaker. The highest test score
was winner of the contest. Carolinda's paper was
sent to the state contest for judging.
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First Row: Poindexter, Post, Second Row: Pugh, Raish, Rayburn, Reddell, Reasoner,
Rich, Roberts, Robertson, Rosamond, Third Row: Rush, Russell, B. Sampson, E
Sampson, Saunders, Scanlan, Scottino, Sherrill, Sierg Fourth Row: D. Smith, I
Swearenger, Thomas, Tucker, Turner, Vader, Vaughn, Vennum, Walden, Ward
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Sixth Row: Warren, Warwood, Weitriecht, Whitehead, Whitten, Wise, Wooley,
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On November 19 in the school
Cafeteria the annual FHA dance
was held. Theme for the girl-ask-
boy dance was "Mardi Gras." To
carry out the theme, girls made
masks for their dates and them-
selves. Colorful decorations were
used to carry out the "Mardi Gras"
Highlighting the evening was
the crowning of the FHA sweet-
heart. Nominees for the title were
jimmy Murphy, Dick Carmichael,
and Herman Massey. Capturing the
title was Herman Massey.
Sponsor: Mr. Sam Curlee
OFFICERS: Terry Ward, Secretaryg Sandra Smith, Treasurer
Georgia Cummings, and Danny Long, Social Chairmen
jerry jones, Vice-president, Marvin Matthews, President
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First row: Ackerman, Allison, Anderson, Barton, Berry, D. Blesi, J. Blesi, Boland, Boong Second
row: Bost, C. Brittan, M. Brittan, Bronstead, Buchanan, Bucher, Burress, Bush, Butlerg Third
row: Byrom, Caddel, Chasteen, Conner, Cook, Cox, Crayton, Cremer, Crouch
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First row: Cummings, Cunningham. Deering, Dormier, Dot-
son, Dunn, Fanning, Farhat, Flemming, Second row: Garman
Garner, G. Garrison, S. Garrison, Godwin, Goldner, Gor
man, Gotcher, Gould, Third row: Gullino, Halsey, F. Hamil
ton, S. Hamilton, Hansen, Harrison, Hartley, Hawkins,
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Heinz, Fourth row: Henry, Henson, Hendrix, Holland, Hol-
man, Houston, Housley, Huckabee, Huffman, Fifth row: D.
jones, J. jones, J. Jones, Kautz, Kernan, Lawler, Long, Mar-
shallg Sixth row: Massey, Matthews, Mays, McClennan, Mc-
Quire, Menz, Mickelson, Miller, B. Moore
This year the Safety Council includes all
students interested in the safety of the school.
They plan classroom procedure for fire and
evacuation drills and help direct these.
During Safety Week the council pro-
motes safety by informing students of school
dangers. Also they encourage the conscious-
ness of and the practice of carefulness.
Safety Council members, Kathy Dormier, Brad Nelson, Harold Prather, and
Lynda Stroud, experiment with fire extinguishers that are found in every hall.
First row: R. Moore, Napier, Nelson, Nicholas, O'Hallaran
Pahany, Pilcher, Plemmons, Poeg Second row: Post, Prather,
Raish, Rayburn, Rivers, Roberts, Scarborough, Svhemwell
Shockleyg Third row: Sier, Simpson, Skiles, Smith, Snowden
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Ward, Fifth row: Warren, Watkins, Weatherred, Weicker,
Wise, B. Wood, T. Wood, Yancer, Zimmerman.
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rep.g Frank Snell, sent., Harold Tomlin, sec., Bobby Rhodes, hist.g
Ray Creswell, pres., Mike Tull, parl.g james Bray, v. pres., and James Martin, treas.
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Among some of the busiest people on the AHS Campus
are the Future Farmers of America. Their wanderings cover
such places as Fort Worth, Houston, Waco, and Dallas
where they participate in agriculture shows. Many trophies i
and honors are won by the boys annually. y
They not only attend important meetings and shows,
but they also work at public speaking, radio Work and other
projects outside of agriculture. It is easy to see that the fu-
ture holds much for the FFA.
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lVIurChison and Jerry Plemmonsg Co-Presidents.
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DRUMS: Jerry Bates, Connie Anderson, David Joyner, Jack Rhodes, Ed Cosgrov
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SAXOPHONES: QFirst Rowj Ann Smith, Sandra Stewart, FLUTES: fFirst Rowj Lizribeth Buclcalewg Ruth Ann Chismi
fSecond Rowj Bill Murchison, John Brewster, Kent Judy Hayes, Evangeline Murrayg fSecond Rowj Parr
Lennington Ferrell, Margaret Jwhnsong Barbara Chism
CLARINETS: fFirst Rowj Jeannie Coulter, Beverly Cadclel, Susan Spruance, Sandra Smith,
84 Charlene Wise fSecond Rowj Bob Rucker, Bobby Case, Don Elick, Ed McWethy, James Pi-
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SAXOPHONES: fFirst Rowj Nancy Loveg Mary Balcerg FLUTES: fFirst Rowj Johanna Rorlieckg Mary Carolyn Murchi-
QSec0nd Rowj Jimmy Newcombg Maria Xwiimnsg Reed song Rosemary Marshallg Betty Harrisg fSecond Rowj Judy Be-llg
Hunt Joyce Hockerg Philip Wilbur: Kay McCain
CLARINETS: QROW Onej Jan Ferrig Jean Spearg Toni Fc-rrig Martha Morrowg Connie Covicg
fRow Twoj Joe Dalleyg Bob Minterg Gary Valentg Ken LeBlancg Betty Thompsong Mandi
Turnerg Regina Wolfskill
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Murchison, Randy Milesg Second Row: Jeanne Coulter, Bill Murchison, Susan Wfhipple,
Donna Whippleg Third Row: Mike Norton, David Pfarner, Emory Whipple, jerry Plem-
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ALL-STATE BAND MEMBER51 EIUOFY Whipple, Judy FLAG BEARERS: Carolyn Pilcher, Velda Heron, Cindy Ackerman
Hayes, Randy Miles
For the eleventh consecutive year, the Colt Band received the highest rating in the annual Inter-
scholastic League Marching Contest in Fort Wrirth.
STAGE BAND: CROW Onej Mike Nortong Bill Horsleyg Robert Patrickg Kaye Dodsong Bill
Avesg Bill Murchinsong Ann Smithg jimmy Newcombg john Brewsterg Don Elick, Emory Whip-
pleg fRow Twoj Mr. Coreyg Johnny Watsong Roger Weedg Dale Presnellg Don McGriffing
Tommy Harrisg Jerry Plemmonsg jack Rhodesg jerry Bacon
Through the past few years, the interest in
the Arlington High School Stage Band has in-
creased among the band members. The band per-
forms for many school dances and in the spring
participates in the annual stage band festival at
Brownwood, Texas. Through its appearances at
Brownwood, the stage band has gained much re-
cognition for our school.
"B" BAND: CROW Onej Linda Thomersong Diane Heldg Pam Stewartg Carol Clayton, Nancy
Kelleyg Nancy Mouckg QROW Twoj Mike Parsonsg Mike Flowersg Craig Mikesellg Cheryl Lutzg
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ALL REGION CHOIR MEMBERS: Row One: Mayhew, Weatherford, Coulter, Marshall, Leuty
Murray, johnson. Row Two: Mebus, Mosig, Gardner, Bond, Cremer, Matthews. Row Three
Ferrell, McPheeters, Martin, Whitworth, Buchanan.
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At piano: Forge, First row: Hussey, Wright, Henslee, Jernigan, Vaughn,
Wolf, Hosey, Challenger, Seale, Second row: Stephens, Townsend, Pierce,
Lindsey, M. Smith, Blackmarr, Garrett, Coleman, S. Smith, Brooks, Evans,
Third row: johnson, Helms, Owens, McPike, Graham, Brown, Daniels,
Fourth row: Roberts, Ritchey, Bessey, Love, Godfrey, Taylor, Doyle, Brady,
Christian, Harrelson, Raney. Not pictured: Belovsky, White, Landis.
First row: Fullerton, Winans, Wade, Moore, Gil-
bert, Second row: Cunningham, Mosig, Craig, Mc-
Mahon, Sanders, Third row: Buntin, Pearce, Crook,
Bowers, Johnston, Fourth row: Monthey, Buchanan,
Ormsby, O'Halloran, Fifth row: Peterman, Malone,
Head, Fanning, Ford, Sixth row, Gauldin, Porter,
Craig, Richards, Fernald, Myers, Sampson: Seventh
row: 1. Adams, K. Adams, Carrico, Wright, Martin,
Not pictured: Fisher, Kelly, London, Oakes. Rich,
At piano: Burleson, First row: Tuttle, Darroch, Walters,
Clower, Vennum, Knight, McPheeters, Leeds, Bailey, Field,
Mayo, Nation, Fleming, Von Hatten, Second row: Morgan,
Hall, J. Miller, Curtiss, Lively, Pahany, Brodie, S. Miller,
Branscum, Tallon, Crayton, Smith, Whitt, Swearingen, Third
row: Howard, Stevens, Turner, Webb, Dennis, Hubbard,
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Mahan, Matetzschk, Thomas, Larsen, Oram, Post, Cunning-
ham, Wood, Sherrill, Fourth row: Crane, Harrison, Saunders
Grimmer, Cox, Wommack, Irons, Ingle, Evers, johnson, Bras-
well, Moore, Tompkins: Not pictured: Hutto, Michener
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Beth Ward finishes last-minute packing
for annual tour.
Tommy Wood, jean Mickelson, and jane Scar-
borough leave for their trip with light hearts
and a lot of work ahead.
One of the highlights of each school year
is the Choraliers' annual tour. The trip usually
lasts two clays. It involves presenting programs
of entertainment to schools on their itinerary.
The Choraliers gain experience in facing
unfamiliar audiences, and schools they tour
have often been inspired to further choral ac-
tivities in their own schools.
Marvin Matthews, Cecil McPheeters, and Lynda Stovall
give their robes a thorough inspection in preparation for
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Frank Snell, President, and Toby Tisdale, Sec-
retary, give a devotional.
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portant clubs at Arlington High '
School is the Devotional Council.
Its busy members plan the annual 1
Thanksgiving program, the invoca-
tions at home football games, the
daily noon prayers, and the weekly
homeroom devotionals. 3
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Provide the time necessary for -
prayer during the busy days at Ar-
lington High School.
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Butler, Second row: Capps, Cooper, Ferrell, Fields, Foster, French, Gaines, Goldner, Grim-
mer, Grubbsg Third row: Harrison, Hill, Hipple, Huffman, Humphries, Jackson, Jarrell, jones,
Kelly, Lewis, Fourth row: Love, Maner, Marshall, McMahan, Moore, Morgan, O'Halloran,
Oram, Owens, Rash, Fifth row: Reeves, Russell, Schug, Shurmon, Snell, Stanford, Sutton, Tis-
dale, Townsend, Walters, Sixth row: Whitworth, Wolfskill
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Second row: Blesi, Blocker, Boland. C. Bond, J. Bond, Bost, Bridges Brown Bucher Bucking
ham, Third row: Burress, Butler, Byrom, Caddell, Cahill, Camp, Campbell, Carmichael, Carr,
Chaney, Fourth row: Chasteen. Clare. Clark. Cohh, Cofer, Collins. Conner, Connolly, Cook
Covicg Fifth row: Cracraft, Creed, Creswell, Crouch, Culbertson, G. Cummings, J. Cummings
M. Davis, R. Davis, Decker, Sixth row: Deering, Dennis, Dickens, Diggs, Dodson, Dominey
Dormier, Durham, D. Elick, J. Elickg Seventh row: Elliott, Ellison, Fagan, Farhat, Ferrell
Fleming, Flood, Fullerton, B. Garner, L. Garner, Eighth row: G. Garrison, S. Garrison, Gauldin
George, Goldner, Gordon, Gorman, Gotcher, Gould, Gowin
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Huffman, Humphrey, Hunt. Ivy, Seventh roxy: jackson. ,lc-nlxins
Jernigan, jones, jones, Eighth row: Jones, Kautz, Kelley, K, King
Griffin, Gullino, Hall, Halsey, Hamilton, Second row
Hawkins, Heflin, Henry, Fourth row: Heron,
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With a membership of 261, the Camera Club
is the largest club at AHS. These students meet
to further their common interest, skill in photog-
raphy. With pride, the members are allowed to
wear the Camera Club pins.
Two highlights of the year are the dance
and trip, sponsored annually by the Camera Club.
The dance is an all-school affair, but the trip is
only for members. This year at Austin Dude
Ranch, they spent an April day in relaxation and
recreation and in taking pictures of each other,
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Nominees for the Camera Club Sweetheart were Becky
Thorla, Donna Post, Alice Vennum, Mary Cofer, and
First row: Kizer, Knight, Kraybill, LaMay, Lawler, Second row: Lea1
Leuty, Little, Lowe, Luzaderg Third row: Lynn, Macri, Mahan, Malor
Marshall, Fourth row: Martin, H. Massey, T. Massey, Matthews, Mayhe'
Fifth row: McClellan, McMahan, Menger, Menz, Merrill, Sixth ro'
Michener, Mickelson, Miller, Minter, Moffett, Seventh row: P. Moore,
Moore, S. Moore, S. Moore, Mosby, Eighth row: Moseley, Newcon
Oakes, O'Halloran, Owens
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Rivers, Roberts, Roche, Rowland, A. Russell, B. i A
Russell, P. Russell, Scanlan, Scott, Fourth row:
Scottino, Searcy, Sessions, Sherman, Shope, Sier, Simpson, . , t. , ,
S ' S ldin Spence Spencer Spruance Stallard Stanford, Stark, Steakley: Sixth
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Thortong Seventh row: Tisdale, Townsend. fucker, Turner, Lggen, Vader, Vennum, eres,
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OFFICERS: juanice Nicholas, Secretary, Anne Chasteen, Pres., Sandra Byrom, Vice-Pres.,
Kathy Fleming, Social Chairmang Judy Steakly, Treasurer
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Arlington's Literary Club was established for the purpose of developing
culture and interest in literary works. Occasionally films are presented to
acquaint the members with the customs and habits of other countries. Each
member of the club is urged to attend plays and various presentations at
Arlington State College.
Guest speakers are always welcome to present talks on their travels and
experiences. Book reviews are presented to acquaint Literary Club members
with current novels and best-sellers.
First rowg Ackerman, Barton, Beck, Byrom, Bucher, Burchfiel, Caldwell, Chasteen, Coferg Second
row: Collins, Cook, Cross, Crouch, M. Davis, R. Davis, Deering, Fleming, Forbes
First row: Goldner, Gorman, Gould, Hall, Halsey, Harmon, Holman, Hopper, Howsley, Second
row: Kevil, King K., King M., Kizer, Linn, Lockstedt, Marshall, Martin, Mayes C., Third row:
Mayes J., Mays, McCain, Michelson, Moffett, Mosby, Murchison, Nicholas, Parrish, Fourth row:
Pilcher, Plemmons, Porter, Rayburn, Reeves, Saunders, Scanlan, Schug, Sier, Fifth row: Smith
D., Smith S., Spencer, Stanford, Starke, Steakly, Taylor, Thorla, Tisclale, Sixth row: Tucker,
Turner, Waibel, Webster, Williams, Wright, Young
Miss Elizabeth Amos
Anne. hluanice, and Sandra conduct a Literary club meeting
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First row: Ackerman, Ayres, Becker, Bost, Brown, Buzzell, Campbell, Challenger, Chaney, Sec-
ond row: Chester, Church, Clausen, Columbia, Cross, Davis, Deardorf, Decker, Devenportg
Third row: Dunn, Earls, Emery, Flenniken, Green, Haley, B. Hall, N. Hall, P. Hall, Fourth row:
Hamilton, Holman, Huckabee, Huffman, Hutton, jenkins, D. jones, J. jones, Kemballg Fifth
row: Kevil, King, Kitterman, Linn, Love, C. Mayes, J. Mayes, Mayhew, McBride
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Many of the members of the Future
Nurses offer their assistance to various hospi-
tals throughout the Fort Worth-Dallas district.
The sponsor and guest speakers offer informa-
tion about the nursing profession to interested
The courses required in college, the sac-
rifices, and the difficulties in becoming a nurse
are just a few of the subjects discussed.
OFFICERS: Stevie Campbell, Soc. Chairman, Cindy
Ackerman, Pres., Linda Shope, Vic-Pres., DeeDee
Mosby, Soc. Chairman, Carol Chaney, Secretary.
First row: Merrill, Miles, Miller, Moffett, Mosby, Napier, Orr, Phillips, Parrish, Second row:
Pierce, Pittman, Rayburn, Reel, Reynolds, Roberson, Rosamond, Sarno, Saunders, Third row:
Saunders, Shope, Shuster, Stribling, Thompson, Tucker, Turner, Tuttle, Voge, Fourth row:
Webster, Williams, Wright,
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Mrs. Counts and members of the Future Nurses listen to a guest speaker
OFFICERS: Cathie liurke. Presiclenti Ray George, 'lireusureri Shirley
Bland. Secretary: Linda Hartsfield, Historiang Linda Scanlan, Vice-presi-
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First row: Ackerman, Allen, Allen, Bellomy, Bland, Bond, Boultinghouse, Buckingham, Burkeg
Second row: Caddel, Campbell, Carr, Church, Clare, Clark, Cobb, Coleman, Cook, Third row:
Crane, Crayton, Cree, Crittenden, Cummings, Daniel, Davis, Decker, Deeringg Fourth row:
Dennis, Duke, Ellison, Flood, Forbes, Foreman, Gaston, George, Goldner
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ond row: Horbury, jackson, Kincaid, Kunkle, Lawson, Lewis, Macri, Malone, C. Martin, Third
row: E. Martin, R. Martin, Marvin, Matsler, McCain, McKoy, Moore, Mosby, Orr
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Students who have interests in the fields of teach-
ing compose the Future Teachers' Club. They learn the
opportunities, qualifications, and responsibilities of
This year the FTA homecoming float, the first
entry of the club, won third place. The Favorite Teach-
Cr and Miss FTA were chosen at the annual FTA
formal Christmas Ball. 105
Harry Allison presents key chain to
Favorite Teacher, Mr. Duff.
Dancing couples seem to enjoy the formal ball
The Mellow Three provide entertainment on the program,
First row: Parrish, Phillips, Pilcher, Plemmons, Post, Ramette, Rayburn, B. Sampson, E.
Sampson, Second row: Scanlan, Scarborough, Sherrill, Shurmon, Sier, M. Smith, S. Smith
Spruance, Starke, Third row: St. Peter, Taylor, Thomerson, Thorla, Tinker, Todd, N. Turner,
M. Turner, Vader, Fourth row: Vennum, Warren, Webb, Wertrecht, Whitt, Williams, Wilson,
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Among one of the newest and most active organ-
izations at this school is the AHS debate team. They
have had many outstanding victories at meets through-
out the State. Among these victories were four wins
at Sherman and eight at Dallas. The Club considered
their victory over the Waco team as one of the high-
est points of the year's activities.
At Waco they took part in the nation's largest
speech meet. It is easy to see that diligent study and
preparation pays off by leaving an excellent record
to the year's contest events.
fThe debaters debate a debatable point.J
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Mrs. Bobbie Mikusek
OFFICERS: Elizabeth Church, Pub. Chairman, Mary
Anna Lowe, Presidentg Sandy Haley, Treasurer, Nita
Mae Lynch, Parl.g Sharon Allenhaugh, Vice-president.
Not Pictured: Pat Spruance, Sec., Kay Hodgkins, Dev.
Chairmang Sandra Voge, I.C.C. Rep., Jean Ann Nor-
man, Projects Chairman
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The Y-Teens, which is sponsored
by Mrs. Bobbie Mikusek, was founded
to further the Christian attitudes and
practices in the home and school.
They undertake many projects
during the year. Among these is the
making and preparing of favors which
are taken to the hospital.
ger, Miller, Moore, Nicholsg Third Row:
First Row: Allenbaugh, Burdick, Church,
Clark, Cunningham, Favarag Second Row: Norman, Ormand, Pierce, Proffer, Van-
Haley Hodgkins, Holmes, Linn, Love,
Loweg Third Row: Lynch, McBride, Men-
Dan Rogers and Mike Ransom
OFFICERS: Emma Lew Bailey, Chaplain, Katy Heisserer, Secretaryg Mary Jane Martin
Vice-president, Susan Challenger, President, Kay McNulty, Treasurer
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First Row: Adkins, Bailey, Challenger, Heisserer, Hull, jorclang Second Row: Kelly,
Malone, Martin, M. Martin, Mason, McNulty, Third Row: Miles, Mouck, Oram, Pierce,
The Tri-Hi-Y and the Soph-
omore Hi-Y are not school-
sponsored organizations, but
they have gained members
through their purposes. Modeled
after the Y-Teens and the Hi-Y,
the two clubs work constantly
to improve wholesome attitudes
in the social world.
The Sophomore Hi-Y, which
is composed of Sophomore boys,
is the smallest organization in
the school with only two mem-
Library Club Sweetheart, Donna Huckabee.
The Library Club ranks highly as a service or-
ganization at Arlington High School. One of the
requirements for membership is participation in the
program for library help. The responsibilities of the
club include processing new books for display,
checking books in and out to students and faculty,
and arranging books and magazines on library
The club's annual assembly program in which
they portray sections from recent books is always
informative and enjoyable.
Most recent among the endeavor was an at-
tractive entry in the school's 1960 Homecoming
First row: Albright, Baggett, Brown, Cantrell, Church, Cook, Fisher, Gardner, George, Second
row: Hocker, Hoffpauir, Holmes, Huckabee, Hudson, Ivy, King, Lewis, Martin, Third row:
Marvin, Mason, McMahon, Moore, Mosig, Mouck, Mulkey, Nix, Packard, Fourth row: Pirtle,
Price, Rawdon, Robertson, Stevens, Vileta, Watkins, Williams, Wilson.
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Guyler Allbright, Donna Huckabee, and Dawn
Cook straighten magazines at the end of the day.
Officers: Mitchel Wilson, Pres,g Corliss Vile-ta, Publ, Ch., David King, 2nd V.P.g Kay
Price, Histg Beth Marvin, Sec.g Donna Huckabee. lst V.P.g Ray George, Treas.g Rosan
Hoffpauir, Prog. Ch.g Loy Holmes, Soc, Ch.
Ellen Rawdon helps Judy Hayes in checking out a library
Processing books is one ofthe various
duties of the Library Club members.
Mrs. Ann Fleming
VIC OFFICERS: Left to right are Jerry Lankford, Treasg Carole
Chaney, Secg Mr. john Ritter, Sponsor, Myrna Knapp, Reporterg
Billy Dickens, V. P.g Tony Gaines. Pres., and Sonny XVooten, Sgt,
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The Vocational Industrial Club, which was or-
ganized this year, is open to students of the Indus-
trial Co-operative Training classes. It offers mem-
bers not only on-the-job training, which proves to be
of immeasurable value to them later when they re-
ceive their diplomas, but they also receive monetary
compensation for their work.
Among the manual occupations which have
been pursued by members of the club are: auto
mechanic, dental assistant, florist's assistant, x-ray
technician, machinist, and brick layer.
Even though some of the students will not
continue the vocations they are now studying as
VIC Club Sweetheart:
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permanent careers, this will be a stepping stone. In
some cases the training and experience the students
now receive will enable them to earn money for
higher education in a related or entirely different
Myrna Knapp learns art of flower arrangement from Jim Cannon,
Joe Cummings pursues vocation of x-my tcchnicmn
Kenneth Newsom and Dennis Niles fincl that icliosyn- VIC participants use elhow grease to earn money loi tl cis
crasies of motors mean profits for mechanics.
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First row: Baker, Brett, Chaney, Cummings, Davis, B, Dickens, R. Dickens, Doylcg Second row:
Gaines, Hollingsworth, Knapp, D. Lankford, J. Lankford, Lowe, Maszy, McBride, Third row:
Musser, Niles, Sexton, Slaughter, Watson, Wooten
Mary Cofer and Ricky Rivers rehearse lines
from "The Man XWho Came to Dinner".
Selected for the senior play this year was
"The Man Who Came to Dinner," under the
direction of Miss Sue Stinson. The play cen-
tered around Sheridan Whiteside, a well
known writer and lecturer, who breaks his
hip while visiting the Stanley home. After
two months of rehearsals, the play was pre-
sented to the largest crowd ever to attend the
senior play. Following the play the tradition-
al cast and crew celebration was held in the
X student lounge.
Tommy Siddon fleftj and Tommy Wood frightj seem to
be in disagreement while Mary Cofer, Ricky Rivers,
Mike Ferrel and juanice Nicholas look on.
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Fay Harmon fleftj and Judy St. Peter frightj prepare sets for the senior play.
Busy crew members, Ctop to bottom, Mitchell Wilson,
john Fagen, Dixie Patterson, Cathie Burke, Martha Ray-
burn, and Nancy Reynolds, take time to pose for a picture.
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Linda Scanlan lovingly presents her holly berries
to Ricky Rivers.
Judy Bond seems to be giving Mike Ferrell a big thrill
XY'onder who the Center of nttmction is?
Dee Dee Mosby
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We made it!!
Scenery committee members paint a few of the props to be used in the junior
If only more play crews worked like this!!
Ronnie Watson and Dee Dee Mosby dem-
onstrate their acting ability in tryouts for
the junior play.
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"Our Town" was chosen by the speech department for the
annual junior class play. Because of the small number of female
parts a different cast of girls played each night. After three
days of tryouts, the cast was announced and people were al-
lowed to sign up for the various committees. The play, a story
of life in a small town, was enjoyed by everyone in attendance.
Carol McIntosh makes a dramatic attempt to go
from the living to the dead.
Emily's twelfth birthday is relived with
her father fMike Woodj and mother
A dramatic scene takes place as Karell Sommers and Jack Grimmer
discuss the people of the living world,
The people of the dead wait for the eternal part of
their lives to come.
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The Red Cross Council carries on the regular pro-
gram of Red Cross activities. Its members are composed
of representatives elected from each homeroom.
Each year the members take part in the annual mem-
bership drive. This year an "Ugliest Boy" Contest was
staged in order to gain donations for this cause. There
was a charge of ten cents for each vote. In addition, the
members fill Overseas boxesf Participate in Country Wide Bobby Poe, President, issues membership cards to: Paula Kevil
First Row: Ackerman, Allen, Second Row: Barton, Blocker, Boland, Brendle, Burnett, Caddell
Caldwell, Cobb, Cox, Craig, Third Row: Dickens, Ellis, Enloe, Fable, Gardner, Gibbs
Godwin, Gowin, Handly, Harvey, Fourth Row: Hawkins, Head, Henslee, Higginbotham, Jones
K. King, M. King, Kevihl, Kropp, Love, Fifth Row: Mendenhall, Merrill, Miles, Murphee
Phillips, Pirkle, Poe, Scanlan, Scott, Shope, Sixth Row: Spruance, Steinke, Stevens, Tallon
Thorson, Tucker, Turner, Venumn, Wales, Zimmerman
aCtiVitiCS and SL1pCl?ViSC the SCl'100l Red Cross P1'0g1'9.fH. Vice-Pres., Linda Scanlan, Sec., and Dorothy Ibsen, Reporter
.ffudenf Workers Assflsf Ufhbe .Yfaff
Rendering services to Mr. Key and
Mrs. Whitten are the students who devote
one class period to working in the office.
These students help answer the telephone,
gather absentee slips, file, and help run
the Students' Store.
Mr. Harold Key
Is this a business call, Dee?
Mrs. Audine Whitten
First Row: Barton, Brittan, Butler, Christian, Crouch, De Maris, Dotson, Garrison, Gouldg Sec-
ond row: Harris, Harrison, Holman, Howsley, Huckabee, Huffman, Lemmons, Mayhew
Michenerg Third row: Monthly, Oakes, Owens, Post, Ptomey, Rayburn, Steakley, Tisdale
Vennumg Fourth row: Whitten
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Each hour during the school
clay one or two girls work as office
aids in Mrs. Strickland's office. This
service is of great help to Mrs.
Strickland as well as to the girls.
The office girls gain experience
in their secretarial knowledge by
helping with the filing, typing and
answering the telephone. They also
help to keep the office in general
Janis Leath gains typing experience. Filing is one of Shirley Bland s many duties
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First row: Ackerman, Allen, Baize, Barton, Beard, Benbow, Bernard, Bland, Boultinghouseg
Second row: Boxley, Burchfiel, Cauldwell, Chasteen, Clare, Cobb, Cofer, Duckett, Foster,
Third row: Grubbs, Harmon, Hartsfield, Heron, Hooley, Howsley, Hyndman, Kelley, Klattg
Fourth row: Knight, Leath, Maner, Marvin, Mays, Mickelson, Nicholsa, Nunn, Parrish, Fifth
row: Pratt, Rayburn, Saunders, Schug, Spence, Steakley, Taylor, Vader, Ward, Sixth row:
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Mrs. Cloye Sherrod
An honorary society for first-year shorthand students, the Order of
Gregg Artists is for those students who pass certain shorthand qualifica-
tions. Many hours of practice are spent in preparation for the final copy
to be sent to the judges. It is an exciting day when the names of the win-
ners and pins arrive in the spring,
The shorthand department of our school has been well represented
in the past years by receiving a number of awards and certificates of extra
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f'Z!,- , Holmes, Hooley, Huckabee, Hunt, jones, Kizer, Knight, Lutz, Mayes, Mc-
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Mrs. Bobbye Mikusek
OFFICERS: Mike Bridges, President: Margaret Floyd, Sec- Sponsor
retaryg Hardy jones, Vice-President
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Johnny McKinnon, Lonnie Miller, and Mike Bandera wait impa-
tiently to pick up issues of the Colt.
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First row: Allen, Anderson, Bandera, Beard, Bently, Bland, Boland, Booth, Bost, Brown, Second
row: Coble, Covic, DeMaris, Elder, Fagan, Garrison, Gentosch, Gorman, Hyndman, I. Kelley,
Third row: M. Kelley, Karnan, Kevil, King, Kitterman, Lampkin, Lankford, Larsen, Lowe,
Lowegg Fourth row: Martin, Martin, Mason, Matthews, McCorkle, McKinnon, Miller,
Moseley, Mynar, Nelson, Fifth row: Rush, Sarno, Searcy, Simmons, Summerford, Weicker,
Winter, Wolf, Wooten, Young.
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The photography department performs a valuable service to the an-
nual and newspaper staffs, The persons who take part in this program
do so on a voluntary basis.
A willingness to work and a great deal of time and effort are re-
quired of these persons. However, the training and experience gained
through their work is often a basis for their future careers.
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prepare developing solution.
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layout for the paper.
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Lucy Ann Smith
Stories have to be typewritten and then copyread for
errors before being sent to the printer,
Miss Farr is helping Jessie Proffer make
needed changes in a news story.
Linda Phillips, Sandy Haley, and Mary Anna Low write
headlines for the Colt.
0017! arm' Sara!! !f1s,o17e.s' Young Jozfffzahlffs
OFFICERS: Martha Graham, Vice-Presidentg Clemma Howsley, Pres.g
Bobbie Burchfiel, Sec.-Treas.
Quill and Scroll was established to inspire young
journalists at Arlington High School. Annual scholar-
ships are presented to outstanding students in the field
The club is composed of annual and paper staff
members and journalism students. A magazine is cir-
culated to the members of this club. A "B" average is
required along with the recommendation of the sponsor
for admittance into this club.
Io!! f0ff8f Records
Year ls' Acoompfflsfzmenfs
This edition of the COLT CORRAL had its be-
ginning last May with the announcement of the new
staff members. One year ago most of us on the staff
were only acquaintances, some were strangers. As the
year progressed, a lasting bond of friendship was
None of us were aware of all the work involved
in putting an annual together. During the summer
months, we met one night a week, and by September
we had our "Hourglass" theme, the dedication, and
cover chosen. We worked long hours after school and
on week-ends, trying to meet our deadlines. Slowly but
surely each shipment was sent off, and by March the
last one was in. We sighed with relief as this deadline
was metg now all that was left was the anxiety of
waiting for the yearbooks to be delivered.
We have assembled this annual with, and we
quote, "blood, sweat, toil, and tears," hoping that you,
the student body and faculty, will enjoy it as much as
we enjoyed working on it. We have set down on these
pages the events that make memories--happy memories,
unhappy memories. This annual has been made for you,
and only you. We would like for you to enjoy it and
read it from cover to cover.
Miss Ernestine Farr, Sponsor
Assistant Editor .....
Business Manager ...,..
Sports Editor .........
Every organization needs a leader, one on whom
people can depend to answer questions, solve problems,
and organize. Carmelee, after being named Editor of
the 1961 Colt Corral in the spring of last year, spent
one week at A8zM to prepare herself for this position.
Long hours at night, after school, and during the week-
ends were spent by Carmelee. Endless ideas were orig-
inated and discarded by her in an effort to make this
annual an interesting, informative, and original book
of which AHS can be proud.
EDITORIAL STAFF ' il
Carmelee Schug 1,
Cathie Burke T
Activities Editor ......... ........ J uanice Nicholas I
Organizations Editor ........ ................ P at Spruance I
Classes Editor ............ ..... R uth Boultinghouse
Faculty Editor ........ ....., C lemma Howsley
Q-4 Copy Editor .............. .... T ommie Siddon
Photography Editor ..... ...... T oby Tisdale
Art Editor ..,..,.........,.,.... ..,..... J immy jackson
j Typist 84 File Clerk ....,.. .......,...... P at Hall
Adviser ............................ ...,,. E rnestine Farr j
During the three weeks that the
COLT CORRAL was on sale, Ann
had the duty of keeping track of the
receipts and money for about 1333
annuals. Her job has been a very dif-
ficult one, but she never once com-
The job of classifying and identifying
1620 AHS students was a tedious one.
However, Ruth's reliability, sunny
disposition., and genuine interest in
her work has made the classes sec-
tion the best yet.
A free yearbook is always awarded to the
staff member who sells the greatest num-
ber of annuals. Cathie, who won this
year's annual, readily displayed her deter-
mined persistance to make this yearbook
enjoyed by everyone.
jimmy has used his artistic talents this
year in his work as Art Editor. His hard
work and pleasing personality have made
him an important member of the staff. His
interest in the annual and his desire for
originality have characterized his efforts.
In addition to writing copy for the
nual, Tommie kept us all amused xx
her wry and witty comments. After 1
ishing with her layouts, she was alw
willing to talk and eat dill pickles.
A keen interest in school activities a
organizations is essential to the positi
that Pat fills. Having attended AHS .
four years, she is acquainted with ma
customs and traditions that are interesti
to the student body.
king out daily picture assignments and
ping a record of school events, as well
working on the regular layouts are
ing the many duties of this staff mem-
. Toby's desire to please everyone has
:le her a favorite of the staff.
ough the wear and tear of being a
member, Hardy has proved very
ble. We'll always remember how he
ributed to our annual by calling for
In performing her tasks as Faculty Edi-
tor, Clemma fulfills her assignments with
speed and accuracy. She is always willing
to help others with their layouts and copy
when her assignments are completed.
Anne's sense of humor added an atmos-
phere of hilarity to the annual room on
many a dismal day. Her Willingness to
work and her originality make her a
"natural" as a staff member.
Keeping a record of about 1600 stu-
dents is quite a job for anybody.
Pat's position as Typist and File Clerk
requires the alphabetization and re-
cording of all the students at AHS.
Many days she was at work long aft-
er other staff members had gone
A well-rounded account of school
activities is necessary to a good an-
nual. As Activities Editor, juanice
reflected her keen interest in the cur-
riculum of the school. Her cheerful
attitude and her ability Uto get the
job done" made her an asset to the
Mrs. Busbee awaits the noon rush of students.
Workers Prepare fbee' fbr flrrrrgry .5'rrro'errfs
Mrs jones and Mrs Johnson prepare the daily meals.
Beginning at 7:30 in the morn-
ings, the lunchroom workers begin
preparing meals for about 400
teachers and students. This often
takes as much as 120 pounds of
chicken each clay. It is necessary to
bake many things such as cookies
and cakes the preceding day.
At noon the lunchroom ladies
are among the most popular groups
at Arlington High School. At this
time the hungry students shower
them with compliments in an effort
to receive a larger helping of food.
Mrs Sherril and Mrs. johnson give service with a smile.
iowa! iasfoohns Perform llfeo as sary fasks
During and after school hours the custodians work to
keep our school in running order. They arrive early in the
mornings to heat the buildings, unlock the doors, and raise
Another thing of great importance is the enormous
quantity of items used by these men. In one week they use
5 gallons of wax, 20 packages of folding paper towels, and
2 gallons of disinfectant. In one month they replace from
50 to 75 light bulbs in sizes from 25 watts to 750 Watts.
Mr. Mercer keeps the building clean during school hours. Pete Henz, maintenance mechanic, changes a
light bulb in the band hall.
Ernest Goerdel, Franklin Damron, john Nowlin, Walter Howell, and Alvin Brooks work after
school hours from 5:30 until 11:30.
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The purpose of Boys and Girls State is to educate young people in the
duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of American citizenship.
During the summer program at Austin, the youth "learn by doing."
Selected by faculty vote, two girls are chosen to represent Arling-
ton High School. The girls are sponsored by the American Legion Auxil-
iaryg the Student Council pays for their transportation to Austin. After
returning from ten exciting days, they are prepared to speak to interested
groups about their trip.
BOYS STATE Boys State participants are selected by the
American Legion. This year the Veterans of For-
eign Wars also selected and sponsored one of the
boys. ln a program similar to Girls State, the boys
learn about the government during their stay in
Every year one girl is selected by Senior
class vote to receive the DAR Award. She is
chosen on various qualities including citizen-
ship, leadership, and scholarship. The Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution sponsor the
After receiving the award, she has the
opportunity to enter the state DAR contest
by entering an original essay on a selected
Carmelee Schug Donna Huckabee
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Harry Allison Mary Cofer
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One girl and one boy are selected each month to represent
Arlington High School as Girl of the Month and Junior Rotarian.
Although juniors are eligible for the award, seniors are usually
the recipients of the award. Pictures and an article about the cur-
rent month's choices appear in the school paper at the first of
The Epsilon Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha chooses the
girls for this honor. Every three months the preceding girls are
invited to attend an Athenian Club meeting here in Arlington.
This year the club presented the girls with silver charms .bearing
an inscription about the occasion.
junior Rotarians are selected by the Rotary Club of Arling-
ton. Every month the junior Rotarian attends the Club's weekly
meeting where he participates in the meeting by passing out
books and other similar jobs. A Rotary Award is presented to one
of the boys at the end ofthe year.
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Bobby Burchfiel Bill Murchison
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fbf0!!yb0l!f ZW Season
Arlington's Colts had an exceptionally good season com-
piling a 7-2-1 record. They finished second in district with a
record of 2-1-1. Garland, Greenville, and McKinney, three of the
Colts pre-season opponents, later proved to be tops in their own
districts. The most exciting game of the season was the Arlington
and Grand Prairie clash. For the first time in 13 years, Arlington
emerged the victor. A fake extra point play was the deciding
factor in the 8-6 win. Arlington's homecoming game was some-
what of a disappointment as the Colts lost to Wichita Falls 34-14.
The Colts, however, scored more points against the powerful
Coyotes than any other team. Arlington had more all-district
players than any other team in district 4-AAAA. Those making
the all-district team were Marvin Matthews, Steve Jackson, Laszlo
Pahany, Tom Demaris, Dick Carmichael, Kenneth Watkins, Al
Stepp, Brice Houston, and Andy Wright. Captains for the season
were Marvin Matthews, Brice Houston, and Steve jackson. Most
promising juniors for next year's team are Dick Carmichael, Mike
Farhat, and Bob Yancer.
BACK ROW: Brian Hawkins, Mike Ellis, john
Coble, Dick Carmichael, jackie Fanning, Kenneth
Watkins, Steve jackson, Norman Roberts. SECOND
ROW: Richard King, Lee Hart, Bruce Malone,
Coach Doyle Malone Coach lilo
Harry Allison, Lee Bush, Bob Yancer, Billy Moore. THIRD
ROW: George Faught, john Guzman, Roy Godwin, Mike
Farhat, Ronnie Bogarcl, Keith Skiles, johnny Osborne, Marvin
Matthews. FOURTH ROW: Danny Long, Laszlo Pahany, Tom
Nohavitza Coach Sam Curlee
Menz, Simpson Garrison. Thurman Massey, Kenneth Lajudice,
Tom Demaris. FIFTH ROW: Brice Houston, Dwayne Ivy,
Andy Wright, Wayne Harvey, Bo Snowclen, Jerry jones, jackie
Summerford, Al Stepp.
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Arlington's Colts grabbed a 16-8 victory from the North Side Steers to open
their season for 1960. The Colts showed their fine spirit and outstanding play that
were to prevail throughout the season. From their own 35, the Colts moved to
their first touchdown with Brice Houston passing to jerry jones for the score.
In the second period with Dwayne Ivy, Al Stepp, jerry jones carrying the ball, the
team drove to their second touchdown with Houston going over from the 8. In the
last half the Colts showed their defensive power in the third period
as they held the Steers to only one score. Coach Workman sprinkled
reserves generously into the contest in an effort to check all the
talent for the season. The Colts made a sparkling show for their first
game, even though the spirits were dampened by occasional showers
and fumbles. All in all, the Colts backfield and line held firm
throughout the game.
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The Arlington Colts, lagging behind at half-time, pulled out in the second
quarter to defeat the Greenville Lions, 12-8, in one of their most exciting games
of the season. The Lions dominated the first half of the game. They scored first
with eight points in the second quarter. After half-time the Colts marched 60
yards for their first touchdown. Brice Houston and Billy Moore accounted for
most of the yardage. Jerry jones scored the touchdown from the Greenville 6.
Late in the fourth quarter, Dick Carmichael took a punt on the Lion's 40, and
returned it for 23 yards to the visitor's 17 yard line. Penalty placed the ball on
Greenville's 10. In two carries Al Stepp moved the ball to the 1 where Brice
Houston scored with 1:50 minutes left in the game. Harry Allison, Kenneth
Lajudice, and Andy Wright were outstanding defensely for the Colts. Outstanding
on offense were Brice Houston, Al Stepp, and Dick Carmichael.
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Halfback Billy Moore evades an attempted tackle only to meet two awaiting opponents.
Mchkmay Hands ioffs Z0-0 loss
McKinney handed Arlington its first loss of the season, 20-O. McKinney scored
in the first quarter as they went 44 yards in 8 plays. Halfback jim Rich ran 21 yards
for the touchdown. The- Colts had a good chance to score after guard Keith Skiles
recovered a McKinney fumble on McKinney's 18 yard line. However, they failed to
score. The game then turned into a defensive battle and neither team was able to
penetrate the others 20 yard line, until the lions marched 75 yards for another
touchdown, in the fourth quarter. Kenneth Gill and Bobby Cooper
accounted for most of the yardage, and Cooper scored the touch-
down. McKinney quickly scored again after Justice had intercepted
an Arlington pass and returned it to the 6 yard line. jenkins scored
two plays later. The Colts gained only 98 yards rushing, lead by
fullback Billy Moore, who
gained 28 yards on 5 carries.
Quarterbacks Brice Hous-
ton and Dick Carmichael
completed 6 of 16 passes in
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. caught 3 passes for 50 yards.
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In one of the most exciting games of the season, Arlington slipped by Garland
to a 12-7 victory. On the opening kickoff Garland drove 67 yards in 13 plays to the
Colt 13. From there Buch Metcalf attempted a field goal which fell short and was
fumbled by the Colts. After an exchange of punts, Garland took the ball again on
the Arlington 35. Garland moved to the Arlington 17 before quarterback Dick
Carmichael intercepted a pass and returned it to the 31 yard line. From there the
Colts moved in 13 plays to the Garland 6 where Al Stepp scored the first touch-
down in the game. Late in the third quarter Garland scored the only touchdown.
Metcalf put Garland out in front 7-7 as he kicked the extra point. Taking the
kickoff Arlington moved from their own 23 to the Garland 1 in sixteen plays.
Carmichael scored from the 1.
Brice Houston breaks through Owl line in the drive for a touchdown.
Dwayne Ivy, 35, strives to push through Poly defenders.
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Arlington beat Poly 15-O scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter. Arling-
ton got control of the ball early in the game as Dick Carmichael recovered a Poly
fumble on the Arlington 20 yard line. With a first down and needing 25 on the
Poly 37, Brice Houston ran 63 yards for Arlington's first touchdown. Andy Wright
kicked the extra point. After taking a short Poly punt, Arlington moved for their
second touchdown. Dwayne Ivy, Al Stepp, Jerry jones, and Brice Houston alter-
nated on line plunges for a first down on the Poly 17. Houston passed to Kenneth
Watkins for another touchdown. Ivy ran the two extra points. Poly
threatened in the fourth quarter when they went to the Colt 17 yard
line. Their drive was interrupted as Simpson Garrison recovered a
Parrot fumble, and the ball went over to Arlington. Carmichael then
threw a pass to George Faught, but it was shy of the necessary
yards. Outstanding on the Arlington team were Houston, who ac-
counted for 104 yards in 8 carries, and Ivy with 57 yards in 14 tries.
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They scored two touchdowns in the second quarter and one in the third. Early in
the second, however, Brice Houston fielded a Denton punt and raced back to the
Bronco 39 from where, in six plays Arlington scored. The key figure in the drive
to the Denton 17 was halfhack Bobby Yancer, who pounded out 13 yards in three
carries. Dick Carmichael carried the final 17 yards after he stepped back to pass
and found a path wide open to the goal. Arlington drove for a second touchdown
after Keith Skiles recovered a fumble on the Denton 37. jackie Fanning and Yancer
alternated on carries to the 22. Houston ran to the 13. He then passed to Steve
Jackson for the touchdown with 31 seconds left in the half. The final drive came
after a punt return to the Colt 35 yard line. During the drive Houston ran 43 yards
to the Denton 11. Dwayne Ivy scored two plays later.
Mike Farhat, 74, heads into pursuing Denton Broncs while
Brice Houston circles for il long
Jerry Jones seems to be in rapid pursuit of a Grand Prairie Gopher.
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Arlingtorfs Colts played their most exciting game of the season against
Grand Prairie. After a scoreless first quarter, Arlington began its touchdown drive
after taking a Gopher punt on their own 24 yard line. They moved in nine plays
to the Gopher one. Biggest gains in the drive were two passes to George Faught
and one to Jerry Jones from quarterback Brice Houston. From the one,
Houston, Dwayne Ivy and Jones tried stabs into the line to no avail. On the fourth
down Dick Carmichael circled left end for the score. A "fake kick"
play after the touchdown produced the winning margin for the
Colts. Instead of placing the ball for Andy Wright to kick, Houston
wheeled to his right and passed to halfback Kenneth Watkins in the
end-zone. There was no scoring in the third quarter as the defenses
dominated the game. Halfback Benny Longacre ran left end for the
score. Quarterback Billy
Bob Stewart was stopped
short of the goal by Houston
as he attempted the two
extra points. The final
score was left at 8-6, to the
joy of a cheering Arlington
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Colts had a decivise victory over Birdville, 24-6. An early first quarter drive
for the Colts stalled shortly after Brice Houston had intercepted a Birdville pass
on the 18 yard line. Midway in the second period Arlington scored when Dwayne
Ivy ran for 6 yards climaxing a 59 yard drive which had taken 12 plays. Taking
over late in the third quarter on their 49, where a punt rolled dead, the Colts
started their second scoring drive. They moved in 8 plays to the Birdville 2 yard
line. From there Jerry jones scored the touchdown after taking a pitchout from
Brice Houston. On the final play of the third period, Colt tackle Mike Farhat fell
on a Birdville furnble on the visitors 45. Ten plays later halfback Bobby Yancer
scored from the 3 yard line. Arlington began its last scoring drive late in the fourth
quarter. Several penalties, a three-yard run by Yancer, and a nine-yarder by john
Coble put the ball on the 12. After an 11 yard run by Hart, Yancer scored the touch-
down' Bob Yancer has just been stopped by a ho
st of Birdville players.
Coyote drive is being stopped by Carmichael.
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Arlington's second loss of the year came at the hands of Wichita Falls'
Coyotes led by Larry Shields. Wichita Falls scored its first touchdown shortly
after intercepting a Colt pass on the 43 yard line. Shields scored seven plays later.
Joe Watkins kicked the first of four extra points to put the Coyotes out in front,
7-0. Only minutes later, Wichita Falls recovered a fumble on Arlington's 21 yard
line which set up their second score. Shields scored in the next two plays. Shields
later scored another touchdown, putting the Coyotes to a 20-0 lead
at half-time. Arlington began moving early in the second half, but
a fumble gave the ball to the Coyotes again. Late in the third quarter
Butch Hunn ran 19 yards for another Wichita Falls touchdown.
Watkins kicked the extra point to make the score 26-O. Halfback,
Bobby Yancer, scored Arlington's first touchdown early in the
fourth quarter. Wichita Falls
scored their final touchdown
as Shields ran 71 yards. Full-
back, Al Stepp, scored Ar-
lington's second touchdown
after Dick Carmichael had
run 71 yards to the 5.
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Arlington's last game of the season ended in a tie with Irving as the Tigers
were inspired by their Homecoming activities. Although there was no score, there
were many exciting plays in the game. Arlington began a drive on the Tiger 48
yard line where Dick Carmichael returned a kick. The drive ended on the 10 yard
line, however, as Brice Houston passed incomplete into the endzone. Houston, Al
Step, and Dwayne Ivy accounted for most ofthe yardage gained in the drive.
Halftime ended with the Tigers on Arlington's 43 yard line. Interceptions and
fumbles cut short several other would-be scoring opportunities on the part of both
teams. Irving's most serious scoring threat was late in the final period, but it ended
on the Colt 15 yard line. The Irving game ended the season and brought Arling-
ton's record to 7-2-1.
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Placed on the all-district team were Al Stepp, Laszlo Pahany, Brice Houston, Keith Slciles,
Marvin Matthews, Steve jackson, Dick Carmichael, Tom DeMaris, and Kenneth Watkins.
Outstanding player awards this year went to Marvin Matthews, Best
Lineman, Steve jackson, Most Valuable Player, and Billy Moore, Sports-
The team elected Brice Houston, Steve jackson, and
Marvin Matthews as this year's tri-captains.
Managers of the A-team were Norman Roberts, Bryan
Hawkins, Chuck Brittian, and Richard King.
Mayor Vandergriff prepares to introduce Coach Gilstrap at the football banquet.
Top row: Falvo, Johnson, White, Love, Biggers, Workman, Page, Siwardg Third row: Murphy, Fanning, Lackey, Kitter-
Chambers, Nelson, Joy, Skelton, Second row: Carlson, Gul- man, Hubbard, O'Reily, Cagle, Houston, Fourth row: Chest-
lino, Weber, Mendenhall, Murbler, Harwell, Armstrong, nut, johnson, Gillespie, DeVore,. Hartz, Bane, Waldrop,
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Reid, Fifth row: Pierson, McPike, Daniels, Cantrell,
Wood, Utterback, Devault, Jessup
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Arlington High School's B-team had a very fine sea
son. They finished with an 8-1-1 record. They were tied
by Garland and were defeated by Wichita Falls. The loss
to Wichita Falls was due largely to injuries. They played
exceptionally good football throughout the year. Many of
their wins were by large scores. Andy Chambers, Rusty
Workman, and Billy Pearson served as this year's cap
tains. The B-team has produced several promising players
for next year's A-team. These include Tim Gillespie, Mike
Hubbard, and Billy Pearsons as linemen, and Jimmy Big
gers, David Bane, joe Skelton, and Rusty Workman as
First row: Dominy, Williams, Houston, Mahan, Burressg Second row: Bergin, Klutz, Lowe,
Malone, Riley, Bush.
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Arlington's basketball team had an interesting
season, although they did not reach their original ex-
pectations. In pre-district competition they won seven
games and lost eight. The Colts looked especially im-
pressive in the game against Carrollton in which they
scored 88 points. Don Riley and Sonny Williams made
their highest point totals of the season scoring 36 and
In the first half of district play the Colts won two
of their four games, beating two of their oldest rivals,
Grand Prairie and Wichita Falls. The Wichita Falls
contest was especially exciting. After an overtime
period, Harvey Dominy scored the winning basket
in the 52-51 win. The Colts did not do quite as well
in the second half of district play, losing all four of
their games. Seeing most of the action this year were
Don Riley, James Klutz, Sonny Williams, Jim Bergin,
Harvey Dominy, and Pat Mahan, Two Arlington play-
ers were placed on the all-district team. Don Riley
made the first team, and Sonny Williams made the
second team. juniors who will be back next year, are
Bob Yancer, Tommy Lowe, and Pat Mahan. jim Ber-
gin, a sophomore, will have two more years.
Back row: White, Robertson, Patridge, Taylor, Rogers, Carrico, McCaing Front row: Carlson,
Houston, Hess, Bane, Skelton, Biggers, Workman.
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Although Arlington's B-team had a some-
what poor season in basketball, the players gained
experience for next year's A-team. In district
play they beat Irving two times. In the first game
they won 46-43, and in the second contest they
won 41-36. The B-team also won over Grand
Prairie 40-32. Those who did most of the playing
were Rusty Workman, Jimmy Biggers, David
Bane, jimmy Houston, joe Skelton, and Dennis
Carlson. Several of these will have positions on
the A-team next year.
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Loyal cheerleaders and fans support
the AHS basketball team.
Sonny Vifilliams jumps to make a two-pointer forthe Colts
She's the blonde in the fourth row.
Jim Bergin watches as Lee Bush receives the impact of a mis- HARVEY DOMINY
Leaping above his opponents, Don
Riley scores another basket.
Don Riley prepares to make his drive toward the hnskct.
Don Riley struggles to take possession of the ball.
Back row: Wynn, Mason, Elliott, McKinnon, Bailey, Camp, Stiles, Second row: Walton, Bane,
Fowler, Hawkins, Doescherg Third row: Hamilton, Harvey, Summerford, Latham, King, Fourth
Row: Roger Huebner, Richard Huebner, Houston, Coltellaro, Menz
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David Bailey proves his skill in hurdling,
David Bailey hands Brice Houston the baton while running the mile
Brian Hawkins practices throwing the
Boys' Tennis: Walker, Cremer, Bronstad, Maddage, Wright, Bergin, Carter, Ellis,
Hubbard, Irons, Russell, Parsley.
Girls' Tennis: Ford, Allen, Tisdale, Clayton, Moore.
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complete a successful drive.
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First row: Bond, Spalding, Lloyd, Clower, Heinz. Malone. Skinnerg Second row: Sanders, Demp-
sey, Pahaney, Carter, Buchanan, john, Alleng Third row: Wlommack, Kevil, Myers, Hubbard,
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equipment used in their various classes.
AIRS. LOU BAKER, B.A.
Algebra II is taught by Mrs. Baker,
but her math classes are tar from
dull. A good-natured and likeable
person, she is the receiver of many
practical jokes schemed by her stu-
dents. She laughs, and then explains
logarithms for the fifth time.
MRS. ANNA BALLARD, B.S.
P.E. teacher Mrs. Ballard is enjoying
her first year at AHS. Wfith her viva-
ciousness she instructs the girls in
volleyball, basketball, tumbling and
good old exercises.
MISS ELIZABETH AMOS, B.A., M.A.
Fortunate are the juniors who are stu-
dents of English under Miss Amos.
They receive a strong background in
American literature plus a wider con-
cept of life. Also Miss Amos boosts
school spirit and loyalty to AHS.
BIRS. NADINE BARKER, B.A.,
Teaching Latin is the job of Mrs
Barker, who realizes foreign lanl
guage is becoming more important
She is a very capable and interest
ing teacher, and her students fin
Latin not as difficult as they had
thought it to be.
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R. ROBERT BENNETT, BA.
ath teacher, Mr. Bennett, ex-
ains the prohlems in Algebra I
one-hundred students each day.
ie young bachelor enjoys teasing
s students, especially the girls,
t he also insists that they study
id master factoring.
MISS NORA BUTLER, B.A., M.A.
In her quite, easy-going manner Miss
Butler teaches solid and plane geome-
try. She enjoys laughing with her stu-
dents and giving them extra difficult
problems to solve.
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MR. PAUL BOOHER, B.A.
This is Mr. Booher's fifth year to teach
industrial arts in the Arlington School
System. While sponsoring the sopho-
more class this year, his knowledge in
shop proved most valuable especially
at float-building time.
MRS. MAX BREWER, B.S., M.S.
Mrs. Brewer must enjoy teaching
mathematics because she has five
classes of plane geometry. She de-
mands an attentive class, but she
sometimes finds classroom situa-
tions quite humorous. Her reply
often is "You must learn the the-
Mr. Bennett explains a difficult problem, learning to use a compass,
to Miss Bulter and Mr. Booher.
MISS PEARL BUTLER, B.A., M.ED.
She never knew a man she didn't know
something about. This is very typical
of Miss Butler, American History. Her
students leave her class as better stu-
dents, better citizens, and better Amer-
Mrs Campbell Miss Butler, and Mrs. Clements look over the list
of absentees before going to class.
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MRS. FRANCES CAMPBELL, A.B.
Anything having to do with English
literature is of interest to Mrs. Camp-
bell as she is one of the four senior
English teachers. Her methods of
teaching are thorough enough to pro-
duce many students who are well pre-
pared for college.
MRS. MARY CLEMENTS, B S M ED
General science and chemistry are two
subjects Mrs. Clements knows from
start to finish, and she attempts to
pass this knowledge along to her many
students. Her thorough methods of
teaching tend to produce scientists for
MR. JAMES CROUCH, B.S. MRS. MARIE CROUCH, AB., M.B.A.
MR. FRANK COLLINS, B.S., M.ED.
A stickler for daily quizzes, Mr. Col-
lins is often heard to say, "Get out a
half sheet of paperf' He is a well-
organized science teacher who is quick
to return all tests. Mr. Collins capti-
vates all of his students with his dry
sense of humor.
Mr. Crouch, a true farm boy in every
sense of the word, has taught business
math at Arlington High School for
the past three years. He is always
willing to take part in all of the class
projectsg and all of his students know
that he is always ready to help.
Mr. Corey, Mr. Crouch, and Mrs. Crouch admire Mt Collinss fish
"Double check your papers for mis-
takes," says typing and bookkeeping
teacher, Marie Crouch. Mrs. Crouch
uses her many years of experience in
the teaching and business fields to fur-
ther the learning of her many students.
MR. C. C. DUFF, B.A., MED.
M155 Ellis is teaching Mr. Duff, Mr. Cullers, and Mr. Curlee some
of the finer points of singing.
Thirteen years of continuous service
has proven Mr. C. C. Duff, physics
teacher, to be one of the most admired
and respected teachers at A.H.S. Mr.
Duff is well-known around school as
head of the Camera Club and photog-
MR. J. EDGAR CULLERS, BS., M.A.
A man with his eyes on designing is
a phrase that best befits Mr. Cullers,
mechanical drawing teacher. Mr. Cul-
lers has served as a class sponsor for
the various classes during the past sev-
eral years. He has given all of his stu-
dents the benefit of his long years of
MISS JANE ELLIS, BA., lNI.ED.
"Sing, Sing, Sing," could very well
be the theme song for Miss Ellis, AHS
music teacher. Miss Ellis also sponsors
the Devotional Council. Her choir
programs always provide plenty of
entertainment for everyone.
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NIISS ELO EVANS, BSE.
"I said quit talking!" Miss Evans
sternly Commands, often to a six foot
sophomore admirer in English class.
She strengthens her students' founda-
tion in English in a strict, but enjoy-
NIR. NEXWELL FAULKNER, B.S.
One of the younger teachers at AHS,
Mr. Faulkner presents his ideas to his
students in the hope that they will
more readily form their own opinions
and views. His students always leave
his class with il better understanding
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MISS ERNESTINE FARR, B.S.
"All right let's get to work in there,"
shouts Miss Farr to her annual staff,
She also teaches English and Journal-
ism. In addition to all of these varied
duties, Miss Farr has done a lot to im-
prove the newspaper and annual,
therefore making them better repre-
sentatives of AHS,
Miss Farr is trying to sell Miss Evans and Mr. Faulkner il student
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INIRS. ANN FLEBIING, B.S., lNI.L.S.
The school library is one of the best
and smoothest run in the city due
largely to the work of Mrs. Fleming,
school librarian. She works for the
betterment of the students by ordering
books that best fit the needs of all
Mrs Fleming is helping Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Fry, and Mrs. Galvan
select some books which will aid them in their classes.
MRS. MARGARET FRY, BS., M.S.
"Biology is the study of life," says
Mrs. Fry, biology teacher, year after
year. This is Mrs. Fry's third year at
Arlington, and every year she presents
the course to her students in an inter-
esting manner so that it will stimulate
MRS. ELIZABETH GARDNER, B.S.,
1776 and 1812 are dates that are hard
to remember by most people, but to
a world history teacher like Mrs.
Gardner it's "old stuff." She strives to
make her classes more interesting.
INIISS BETTY GILBREATH, BS.
"Oh! It's wonderful!" is a familiar
comment of lVIiss Gilbreath's when it
comes to exotic foods. She is well
qualified for her job as FHA sponsor
due to the fact that as a student she
was an active member, holding a na-
ISS MARION GLASS, B.S.
ho's behind the newspaper? Usually
study hall it is Miss Glass, teacher
Sophomore English. Like most Eng-
1 teachers, she is strict in all of her
sses and expects her students to
Miss Glass, Miss Gober, Miss Gilbreath, and Mrs. Grayson enjoy
the pep rally along with the students.
MISS LINDA GOBER, B.A.
Since Miss Gober is a junior and soph-
omore English teacher it is only nat-
ural that her favorite pastime would
be reading, Because of this interest she
is able to make her classes especially
interesting to her students.
INIRS, ROBERTA GRAYSON, INI.A.
"If I could only get you kids to
understand." This seems to be the
primary objective of Mrs. Grayson,
junior English teacher. In an effort
ro help her students who just can't
seem to understand English, she
sometimes speaks Spanish. the lan-
guage of her degree. 193
Mrs Harris Coach Hill, and Mrs. Hewitt enjoy the morning air
before going to their classes.
MRS. CHRISTINE HEWITT, B.A.
Because of her willingness to explain
those important details, Mrs. Hewitt
is one of the popular math teachers at
AHS. During her first year as Na-
tional Honor Society sponsor, she has
proved herself many times over.
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MRS. MARY HARRIS, B.A.
Although her course is not reputed to
be the easiest, it is popular among the
students because of Mrs. Harris's abil-
ity to make the past interesting. She
and her "people" can often be seen
making charts and special projects for
her bulletin board.
MR. HAROLD V. HILL, B.S.
This is Coach Hill's first year at high
school after teaching previously at
Ousley Junior High. His blond hair
and green eyes have caused several
girls to comment that they thought
the change was for the better. He has
done a fine job with the "B" team.
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MRS. NANCY HOLDER, B.A.
Calm and collected Mrs. Holder,
teacher of plane geometry and ad-
vanced math, is liked by her students.
because of her interest in their work.
They find she is always ready to help
in any situation.
MRS, DOROTHY HOLLAND, A.B.
A Spanish teacher through and
through, Mrs. Holland is always eager
to have her students use their Spanish.
In skits and pet names, she shows them
that Spanish is truly an important
Mmes. Holland, Joyner, Holder, and johns read their morning mail
INIRS. ARISTA JOYNER, B.F.A.
In her busy life in the AHS art depart-
ment, Mrs. Joyner always takes time
out to get to know her students per-
sonally. She has an intense interest in
art and school which keeps her on the
MRS. VERA B. LACEY, B.S., M.A.
"I'm only preparing you for col-
lege," is the favorite saying of Mrs.
Lacey. She certainly does her best
to do this in her senior English
classes. Whether it is teaching Mac-
Beth or giving a "sermon", she
gives her sincere opinion.
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MR. PHILIP N. LAND, BA., M.A.
Laughing. likeable, lively Mr. Land
inspires his Civics and Texas History
classes daily. Always eager to discuss
current events, he teaches his classes
more than is in the book. He com-
pletes his busy day by sponsoring the
Mr. Land, Coach Malone. Mrs. Lacey, and Mrs, Lands are pre-
paring to memeograph some material for their classes.
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MRS. LYNDALL LANDS, B S
Mrs. Lands surprises her typir
students everyday with her qui
and funny sayings. As a teacher
typing and a sponsor of Futu
Teachers, Mrs. Lands is always
MR. DOYLE MALONE, B.S., M.E.
Teaching American history, con-
ducting study hall, coaching the foot-
ball and baseball teams are four im-
portant jobs for Coach Malone, A
loyal football fan, he always wears
the same shirt to all the games.
MRS. BOBBIE MIKUSEK, B.A.
Full of wit and energy, Mrs, Mikusek
teaches five sophomore English classes,
two accelerated and three average. In
addition to this busy schedule, she
sponsors the PTA and the Y-Teens.
MR. ROY MORRISON, BS.
"Uh, well, it's this way," begins Mr.
Morrison to his science classes. Al-
ways calm in working with his stu-
dents, he strives to improve their
Mr. Morrison, Coach Nohavitza, and Mrs. Milcusek start another
day of school.
MR, ELO NOHAVITZA, B.A., M.Ed.
Coach Nohavitza, a favorite of all,
keeps busy in school with four classes
of driver's education and coaching the
A football team. The boys find Coach
a sympathic listener for all their prob-
lems. Also he is a great supporter of
Mrs. Parr, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Pope, and Mr. Reeves seem pleased
to see such an attractive homemaking living room.
MRS. BERTA MAY POPE, BS.,
Mrs. Pope rules her chemistry
classes and expects each student to
work diligently. Although hers is a
difficult course, the students really
learn chemistry which is of lasting
importance. Her work as NHS
sponsor has made her appreciated
by all students,
MR. PRESTON REEVES, BS., M.A.
This is the first year of teaching for
Mr. Reeves, who has five classes of
Algebra I. He is interested in teaching
the subject and also in having a pleas-
MRS. NATALEE PARR, B,A.
Mrs. Parr, American history teacher
is described as easy to get along with
She includes discussion about her stu-
dents and their problems in her class
She is always happy and is well-liked
MRS, MARY REYNOLDS, B.
During her first year at AHS M
Reynolds teaches physical educati
to sophomore and junior girls. S
is a cooperative, humorous, and
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IR. JOHN RITTER, B.A., M.A.
Ir. Ritter, Coordinator of Inclus-
'ial Cooperative Training, is
nown for his ability and his hu-
mor. He wants his students to stay
usy and to do their best work.
MR. EA, ROQUEMORE, B.S., MA.
Mr. Roque-more instructs AHS boys in
vocational agriculture and sponsors
the FFA Club. He is dependable for
accomplishing what he sets out to do,
and he is a capable and likeable teach-
MR. JAMES H. ROBERTSON, B.A.
In his civics and American history
classes Mr. Robertson is a truly nice
person and "he's funny." Serving in
his second vear at AHS he has already
proved his ability as a teacher and
lVllSS INIELBA RODDY, B.A., M.
Active as any schoolgirl is senior
English teacher, Miss Roddy, who
makes her classes laugh at her wit-
ty jokes and remarks. She has def-
inite teaching methods which "pre-
pare you for college."
Mr Robertson, Mr. Ritter, Miss Roddy, and Mr. Roquemore enjoy
looking at the various show cases around school.
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MRS. CLOYE SHERROD, B.S., M.Ed.
Shorthand teacher, Mrs. Sherrod, aids
girls who plan to become secretaries.
She is pleasant, fair, cheerful, friend-
ly, and interested in all of her stu-
dents. Also she is very capable in
Mrs Sherrod shows Mrs. Shupee and Mrs. Snodgrass how to write
their names rn shorthand.
MRS. MILDRED SHUPEE, B.S.
Mrs. Shupee hears the peck-peck of
140 typewriters every day, and yet she
remains calm and helpful. Her stu-
dents are taught to master the key-
board and to type accurately with
MRS. ENA RAY SNODGRASS, B.A.
Students study the background of na-
tions in world history, the subject
made interesting by Mrs. Snodgrass.
She is a very admirable and likable
teacher who is always dependable.
She enjoys her classes and so do her
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MRS. MARJORIE SPANN, B.A., M.A.
As a newcomer to AHS, Mrs. Spann
has proven herself to be an excellent
English teacher. Her personal interest
in her students has made her well
liked by everyone. Her service to the
senior class as a sponsor is evidence
of her willingness to work and her
R. FLOYD SPRACKLEN, B.S.
f you want my opinion on the
1tter" is a favorite saying of Mr.
rracklen, civics and economics
1cher. His second year at AHS is
membered by his service as a
nior class sponsor.
Mr. Stewart directs Miss Stinson and Mr. Spracklin in a physics experi-
MR. THOMAS STEWART, M.ED.
Before coming to AHS, Mr. Stewart
was principle at Bailey, Texas. His
enthusiasm in our school has been
shown in his attendance at the foot-
ball games. His knowledge of physics
has made him a profitable addition to
MISS SUE STINSON, B.S.
Miss Stinson is heard many times
a day as she directs her "People"
in the proper way to speak. Direct-
ing the junior play, senior play, and
one act play are among the most
important duties she performs as the
only speech teacher at AHS.
Mrs Turnham takes Mrs. Wade and Coach Thompson on a tour
through the homemaking cottage.
MRS. VADA TURNHAM, B.S.
Mrs. Turnham, who has the task of
teaching high school girls the values
of the arts of cooking and sewing, also
advises them on how to be fashionable
on a budget, the fundamentals of home
nursing, and interior decorating. She
also sponsors the FHA.
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MR. GUY SHAW THOMPSON, B.S.
"Be quiet or you'll stay in!" is an of-
ten repeated saying in Coach Thomp-
son's study hall. Educated at TCU, he
is interested in all sports. Coaching
the B team and the track team are a-
mong his many activities at AHS.
MRS. MICHELE WADE, B.A.
Mrs. Wade, whose well-rounded per-
sonality makes her Spanish classes
very interesting, can speak three lan-
guages, and has lived in France, Puer-
to Rico, and Texas. She is loved and
admired by her students because of her
sincere interest in them.
fxpfess Hanks fa f?0l!ffjf
MR. NORMAN WHITLOCK, B.A.
Mr. Whitlock, a. confirmed bachelor
who may be seen darting about in his
Morris Minor, has four Spanish classes
which occupy most of his time. "He's
crazy!" is but one of the many corn-
ments his starry-eyed female students
MRS. CATHERINE WILLIAMS, B.A.,
Mrs. Williams has a fine sense of hu-
mor, which she often uses to stress a
point to her classes. Five biology
classes keep her busy, but she always
has time to help each student, in-
dividually if necessary.
Mr. Whitlock shows Mrs. Williams and Coach Workman a Spanish
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There are 420 students at A.H.S. who will finish their
high school education at the close of the 1960-61 school
An exciting election last year for the class presidency
resulted in Bruce Malone being elected and Kenneth Wat-
kins serving as vice-president with Bobbie Burchfiel as the
Arlington High School can, indeed, be proud of its Sen-
ior Class of 1961. They are a credit and inspiration to each
other because of their class and school loyalty.
Officers pictured at left are left to right: President, Bruce Malone, Trea-
surer, Becky Thorlag Secretary, Bobbie Burchfielg Social Chairman, Roger
Huebnerg Social Chairman, Karen Raishg Social Chairman, Richard Hue-
bnerg Vice-President, Kenneth Watkins.
Senior sponsors are from left to right: Mrs. Tumham, Mr. Stewart, Mrs. Spann, Mr. Spracklen, Mrs. Cambell, Mr. Land
Not shown Mr. Curlee.
FTA 3, 4g Camera Club 2,33
FHA 1,23 Office 1,2,3,4.
FNA President 4g Band Flag-
bearer 4g OGA 3,4g FHA 1,2,
3,43 Student Council 4g Carn-
era Club 3,4g gFTA 4g Pub.
Rep. 2g Lit. Club 43 Safety
JULIA ADAINIS GUYLER ALLBRIGHT
FHA 1,3g The Colt Staff 3,4g Library Club 2,45 Camera C11
Madhnoiselles 4 4g PTA Rep. 4
Martha watches Jean sell a ribbon to another loyal AHS fan.
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SANDRA JUNE AYRES
Library Club 1,2g FNA 2,3
Red Cross Rep. 1
Football 2, Track 1,2,3,4g
EVERLY ALLEN JO ANN ALLEN
Library Rep. 2, FTA 5g FHA
ERRY BACON BARBARA BAGGETT
and 2,3,4g Choir 3g Dev. Lib. Asst. 43 Library Club 4
CONNNIE ANDERSON JOY ANDERTON
FHA 1,2,5,4g Band 1,2,5,4g FHA 1
Majorette 2,3,4g Latin Club 3,
43 Camera Club 3,4
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LAUNDRA BAIZE MARY BAKER
FHA 4g Red Cross Rep. 4 Band 2,4g FHA 1
DARLENE BARTON ULRICH BAUR
FHA 1,2,3,4g Officer 1,2,3g Band 1,2g Sr. Play 43 Foreign
Camera Club 3,43 OGA 3,43 Language Club 3
Saf. Coun. 4g Red Cross 1,2,4g
Lit. Club 3,4
CYNTHIA BEARD OPAL BELL LARRY BELLVILLE RUTH BENBQW
FHA 1,2,5,4g FTA 51 FNA 353 Band l,2,33 Glee Club lg De- Band 1,2,3,4 OGA 3,4g FHA 1,4g FTA
OGA 35 Y-Teens 2g Camera votional Council 4 Literary Club 4
PAT BENTON JACKIE BERNARD
Annual Photo. 2g Safety Coun. PTA Council 3
Other School: SHIRLEY BLAND ERNEST BLOCKER
4-H Poultry Queeng FBLAQ FHA l,2,3g NHS 3,43 FTA 3, Key Club 3,43 Red Cross 43 SHIRLEY BODKINS
Thespians 4, Sec. 4g OGA 3,4 Camera Club 4 Foreign Language Club
Mgr. lg Pub, Rep. 4
Playg Safety Coun. 4, Ten-
loden Gloves 2,3,4
Tell me. as an outsider---what do you think of the human race?
Key Club 3,4, Off. 43 Cho
CHARLES BOND Colt Staff 4g Band 1 2 PHA
ir 4 Red Cross 23 Camera Club 4 1,2,3,4, VP 3
RUTH ANN LINDA BOXLEY BOBBY BRADY
BOULTINGHOUSE FHA 1,2,3g FTA 43 OGA 5 Golden Gloves 33 PTA Coun-
FTA 4g Safety Council 39 cil 1
OGA 5,43 Annual Staff 4g
Quill 8: Scroll 4
Glad to see ya'll aren't too excited about the Senior play announcements.
CAROL LEE BUCKINGHI
junior Achievement 33 FTA
Camera Club 4
.MES BRAY BETTY BREWER WARREN BRIDGES CHUCK BRITTAN
'A 1,2,3,4L Offiwf 5,43 Red FHA 1 PTA Rep. 43 Camera Club 4 Football Manager '1,2',3,4g
'OSS 1 Safety Council 2,3,4g NHS 5,
4: Pres. 4g Foreign Language
Club 2,35 Devotional Coun-
cil 43 Key Club 5,4
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BBY BROWN WAYNE BRYANT
1 junior Achievement 3, 4g Pres-
ident 4g Football 2
ICKEY BUMPASS BOBBIE BURCHFIEL CATHIE BURKE CAROL BURNUM
l'A Representative Literary Club 3,45 The Colt FHA 1,2,3,4g Officer 33 FTA FHA 19 Choir 3,4g PTA Rep.
Editor 4g Class Officer 45 Stu- 2,5,4g Pres. 49 Student Council 4
dent Council 4 2,4g Y-Teens 23 NHS 5,45 An-
nual Staff 4, For. Lang. 45
Quill and Scroll 4
IKEY BURRESS GERALD BURTON
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Student
Council 2,3,4, Officer 4g Class
Pres. 5g Key Club 2,5,4g Base-
ball 2,3,4g Camera Club 3,4g
Safety Council 4
FHA 1,2,3,4g Future Nurses
4g Camera Club 3,4, Secretary
44 Lit. Club 5,45 Vice-Pres. 4,
NHS 3,45 Safety Coun. 4
Key Club 3,4g Band 2,5
Camera Club 4
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CAROL CALDWELL ED CAMP
FHA 1,2,3,4g OGA 3,43 Lit. Band 1,2,3,4g NHS 5,4
Library Club 4g MaCl'm0iSelleS KATHY CARR MARGARET CARRICO GEORGE CASEY
1g Lib. Rep. 1 Cam. Club 45 FHA 1, FTA 4 Mad'moise1l.es 1 Glee Club 3
I'm not hard of hearing--I'm just IGNORING you.
Flagbearer 2,5g F.H.A. 1,2,5,4,
Officer 43 Lit. Club 3,4, Pres.
43 Camera Club 3,4g Stu.
Coum. 1,43 Sr, Playg Choraliers
3,4, Sec. 4g Class Officer 2g
Annual Staff 4
Future Nurses 3,4
JOAN CLARE ELEANOR LEE CLARK DONNA COBB
FNA 2,35 FHA 4g Literary Other Schools Student Council lg Library
Club 4g FTA 45 OGA 3,4g Music 1,2,3 Club lg FHA 3, FTA 4, FNA
Camera Club 4 3g Jr. Achievement 3,4g OGA
This surely beats picture taking!
Stu. Coun. 1,3,4g Sec. 4g
Playg Sr. Playg Y-Teens 2,3
Debate 53 Lit. Club 4
Camera Club 4g Safety C01
cil 4g Choir 3,4
Debate 2,3,4g NHS 3,45
KATHLEEN COLEMAN JIM COLLARD
IHA 1,2,4g FTA 4 Track 1,2,3
DAWN MARIE COOK RONNY COONROD
Library Club 2,5,4
TED COLLARD LOUISE COMBS
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ootball1,2 "A" Band 1,2,3,4g Foreign Safety Councill Band 3,43 Stage Band 3,43
l Language Club 4g All Region Dallas Area Band 33 Choraliers
Band 5,4g Publications Rep. 1,2g
Foreign Language Club 33
L't. C1 b 2
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GERI CRACRAFT IO ANN CREE DORIS CREED
FHA 3,45 Paper Staff 5,4g FNA 45 FTA 4 Class Officer 1, 2g Choir 1,2,
Camera Club 43 Foreign Lan- 3,43 Band 1,25 FHA 1,2,5? Lit-
811386 4 erary Club 2,33 Camera Club
Choir 3,45 Student Council
Safety Council 4
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MIKE DAPRILE LARRY DAVIS SHIRLEY DAY
FTA 4g Foreign Langu
TOM DE MARIS
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,
Cross 1,23 FFA l,2,3,4,
43 Student Council 3,43
3g Camera Club 43
Golden Gloves 3,43 Track 1
FHA 1,2,3,4g FTA 45 Camera
Camera Club 4g Football 2
Well, I know I had it just a minute ago.
BILLY DICKENS NORVELL DISCH
VIC 4g V. Pres.g Pub. Rep.3 Band 23,4
Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Stage
Band 3,4g Foreign Language
Club 2,3,4g NHS 3,4
HARVEY DOMINY DARLEEN DORSEY
Track 5,43 Basketball 3.43 Hi-
Y 5,43 Key Club 4g Camera
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Football 23 Pub. Rep. 2,3
Mgr. Basketball 1,25 B Team
Basketball 5g Track 3,4g Cam-
era Club 4g Hi-Y 4
ONA DUCKETT NANCY DUKE LARRY EARLEY CLIFTON EASON
ad'moiselles 13 OGA 5,4 FTA 4g Dev. Coun. 13 Publications
Choir lg FHA 2,3
Band 1,2,3,43 Stage Band 43
All Region Band 33
Club 4g Senior Play
Dev. Coun. Rep. 33 FHA 33
Foreign Lang. Club 3g Camera
Club 4g Senior Play
Rep. 43 Golden Gloves 2,534
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Football 3,43 Tfafk 5,43 Red Camera Club l,2,3,43 Photog- Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball 2,3, NHS 3,43 junior Playg Senior
Cross Rep. 4 rapher 1,253 Key Club 43 Sen- 43 Safety Coun. 2,3,4, Officer Playg Student Coun. 2,43
Other School: ior Playg Student Coun. 2 4g Key Club 4 Choraliers 3,4, President 43
All Region Choir 33 Dev.
Coun. 43 Camera Club 4 219
LARRY WAYNE FIELDS RUBY FLENNIKEN
Safety Council 3,43 Ir. Red NHS 3,4, Secretary 43 Class
Cross 4 Officer 2, Choraliers 3,43 Band
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Foreign Lang. Club 3,43 FT,
Track Mgr. 33 Red Cross 4
Foreign Lang. Club 3,43 jr, ANN FULLERTON TONY GAINES
Achievement 4g Safety Coun- FHA 1,2,3, Jr. Degreeg Cam- VIC 4, Pres.g Golden Gloves GARY GARMAN
cil 2 era Club 4 2,33 ICT 3,4 Safety Council 4, Football
and 23,43 FTA 3,43 FNA 3
Ihoraliers 3,4, Off., Library
,33 FHA 1,3
Do you need money so bad that you have to sell Little Arlie's hair?
Football 1,2,5,43 Red Cr
23 Safety Council 3,4
Paper Staff 45 Student Council
4g Camera Club 4
Debate Team flg Camera Club
4, Dramatics Club
WILLIAM GENZEL RAY GEORGE BARBARA GILBERT RONNIE GODFREY
Camera Clubg Safety Coun
NHS 5,4, Officer 45 Foreign
Language Club 2,5,4, Rep. 43
Lib. Club 2,3, Historian 3g
Dev. Coun. lg Colt Staff 3,
4g Quill 8: Scroll 3,4g Student
AUDREY GOIN LYNNETTE GOLDMAN DON GORDON VICKI GORMAN
FHA 13 Safety Council 2 FHA 1,2,5 Key Club3 Camera Club FHA 1,2,3,43 Lit. Club 43
Safety Coun. 43 Camera Club
4g Dev. Coun. 13 Library Rep.
23 Publication Representative
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FHA 1,2,3,4, Off. 2,33 Pres. FHA 1,2Q Library Rep. 23 Jr.
43 PTA Off. 23 Student Coun- Play3 FTA 4
cil 43 Foreign Language Club
4g Lit. Club 2,3,4, Off. 33
FTA 43 Camera Club 3,4
GAVIN GREGORY JODY GRESHAM JUDY GRIFFIN PAULETTE GRUBBS
Band 1,23 Foreign Language Track? "A" Band Camera Club FHA lg Devotional Council
Club 2,33 NHS 3,43 Student 233,43 Valentine Sweetheart 3
Council 4g Interscholastic
LINDA GULLINO JACK HALE JOE FRANK HALL NANCY HALL
Other School: Dev. Coung Golf 1,2,3g Safety Melodiers 3,43 FNA 3,43 Fo
FHA 1,2,3g Maj. 52 Camera Coun. 4g Camera Club 4 eign Lang. Club 4
Club 4g Saf. Coun. 43 Lit.
Club 4g Sr. Play
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JUNE HALSEY INIARTHA HAM
FHA 1,3,4g FTA 4: Cam. Club FHA l,2,5,4g Camera Club
3,43 Lit. Club 4
EARL HANSEN FAY HARMON
Baseball 2,43 Hi-Y 2,3,4g Jr. MIKE HARDWICK OGA 4g Cam. Club 45 Lit. TOMMY HARP
Ach. 4 NHS 3,45 For. Lang. Club Club 4 Baseball 3
Annual 43 FHA 1,23 NHS 5,
4g FNA 43 Quill and Scroll 4g
Carmclee Congrritulutes Tommie on he-r part in the Senior Play.
Lit. Club 4g FHA 1,z,5,4g
BETTY HARRIS LINDA HARTSFIELD
FHA 1, FNA 13 Band 2,43 Lib. Rep. 43 FHA 1, FTA 2,3,
BILLY HARRELL DEE HARRELSON Dev. Coun. 2 4, Off. 42 Camera Club 4
BILLY HARTLEY JESSE HARVEY DIXIE HASTINGS BECKIE HAVENS
Football 1,23 Baseball 1,2,4g Track 1,43 PTA 1g Football Devotional Coun. 3 Camera Club 4g Lati
Safety Coun. 4g Student Coun, 3g Red Cross 43 Student Coun. ESPSHOI Club 4
13 Camera Club 4 lg Tennis 2
Thank you, Alfred E. Newman.
Safety Coun. 3,-lg :Cam. C
4g Band 3,43 Pub. Repl
Baseball 5 I
Camera Club 1, Red C11
3, Trainer 4
AN HAWKINS JUDY HAYES LEIGH HEFLIN BOBBY HEINZ
Club 3,43 Track 3,43 Safe- Band 1,2,3,4, Off. 4g All State Key Club 43 Hi.Y 3,45 Safety
Coun. 4g Football Mgr. 1, Band 1,2,33 Latin Club 4 Colm, 43 Golf 3,4
ELDA HERON CHARLES HESTER
lagbearer 2,3,4g FHA 3,4, Photo. 1,2,3,43 Cam. Club 1,
ff. 4g Cam. Club 3,4 2,s,4, off. 4
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FHA 1,2,5g FTA Camera Club 43 FNA 2 Class Off. 2g FHA 4g Cam.
Club 3,4, Off. 43 FNA 43 Saf.
Coun. 4g Lit. Club 4g Red
Cross lg Student Coun. lg
LARRY JOE HOMAN PATRICIA HOOLEY RUTH ANN HOSEY
Colt Staff 4g FHA 1,2,3g Band Lib. Rep. 23 FHA 43 For.
1,23 FTA 4g Student Coun. Lang, 2g Choir 4
33 PTA 4g Camera Club 4
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Girls State 33 Lib. Club 2,3,4
CARYLON HUFFMAN SHIRLIE HUSSEY
Homecoming Princess 23 FHA REED HUNT Red Cross lg FHA 1,23 Choir
1,2,3,4, Off.3 FNA Band 5,4 1,2
Class Officer lg Football 1
5,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Tre
1,2,3,4g Student Coun.
NHS 3,4g Band 1,2,5,4g If
Chor. 4g Pub. Rep. 3g OI
bnul 45 NHS 3,4, Off. 4g
GA 3,4g FHA 1,2,5,4g Cam.
ub 3,45 Dev. Coun. 43 Safe-
'HS 3,4g off. 4g Band 1,z,5,
5 Class Officer 4
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball
I just don't know what is going to happen next.
JAMES C. JACKSON STEVE JACKSON
1, NHS 5,4g Annual 4g Stu. Football 25,43 Baseball 2,43
Coun. 2g Dev. Coun. 4 Track 1
ANITA JINKS ANN JOBE JIMMY JOHNSON
FHA 1,2,3g Safety Council 2g NHS 3,4g For. Club 43 Colt Football 3
Foreign Lang. Club 4 Corral 4, Bus. Mgrg Camera
Club 39 Quill and Scroll 4g
Interscholastic Lea. 1,2,3g Ten-
nis Team 5
I could hardly wait for my conference period!
Band 1,2,5,4g Choraliers 5,
Offg All Region Choir 3 '
ARMIN KARBACH, JR.
Foreign Lang. Club
DARLENE JONES HARDY JONES JERRY JONES DAVID JOYNER
FHA 1,2,3g FNA 3,4 NHS 5,4, Officer 43 Annual Class Favorite 3, Class Officer Band 1,2,3,4g Area Select Band
4, Hi-Y 3,4g Basketball 3, For- 3, Football 1,2,5.4g Track,1,2, 3
eign Lang. 4
lILLY KEEN MARY KELLY
FHA 1,2,5,4, Off. 4, Flag-
bearer 2,53 Y-Teens 2,3, Off.
5, Student Council 1, Publi-
cation Rep. 1,49 Camera Club
5,45 Safety Council 3,45 Cam-
era Club 3,4
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ed Cross 1,4, Off.: Literary Library ser. 1,2,5,4g off. 2,a, Library Rep. 4, Jr. Achieve- FHA 1,55 Band 2,3g FNA 4
lub 4, FNA 43 Publication 4 ment 4
PHYLLIS KIZER NANCY KLATT JAMES KLUTZ BARBARA KNIGHT
Library Club 1,43 FNA 23 FHA 1,2,3,43 PNA 13 Student Key Club 3,43 Basketball 132, OGA 3.43 Lib. Rep. 1
Camera Club 3,43 For. Lang. Coun. 23 OGA 3,43 Red Cross 3,43 Lib. Rep. 23 Track 3,43
4g Lit. Club 43 PTA Rep. 43 33 Lib. Rep. 2 For. Lang. 4
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Camera Club 43 Golden FHA 13 NHS 3,43 FTA
' Gloves 3 For. Lang.
JERRY LANKFORD REX LATHAM JOHN LAWLER
VIC 3,43 Lib. Rep. 43 Basket- Track 233,43 Student Coun. 23 Key Club 43 Safety Coun.
MARK LAMKIN ball 1,2,3,4 Dev. Coun. 3 Camera Club 43 Hi-Y 4
'TA Rep. 1,43 Camera Club
3 Mgr. Freshman Football
Gee, your hands are cold!
Foreign Lang. Club 33 Base-
ball 3, 4
JANIS LEATH JAMESLYN LEWIS BJORN LINDVIG
FHA 13 OGA 3,43 Student FHA 13 Lib. Club 3,43 Choir Band 43 Sr. Playg Foreign
Council 13 Camera Club 4 JIMMY LEE 3,43 FTA 43 Dev. Coun. Lang. 4
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LARRY LIVELY BILL LLOYD JANET LOCKSTEDT
Dev. Council 43 Safety Coun- Football 2,3g Golf 5,4 Literary Club 43 Lib. Rep. 43
cil 43 PTA Rep.5 Library Club 1,2
Judy and Bill get a last-minute look at the paper before the choir leaves for the State Fair.
Safety Council 4g FHA 2,5,4
Dev. Council 4
Lib. Club 1,2,3,4g Officer I
3,49 FTA 2,3,4, Officer
FHA 2,3,4g Y-Teens 5
ROBERT LOVE PATRICIA LUZADER JOANNA MACRI
Sleemen 3. Camera Club 4g Library Serv- NHS 3,4g FTA 43 PTA lg
ice 2 Camera Club 4g Foreign Lan-
guage Club 4g Dev. Council
JAMES D. MARTIN MAC MARTIN
FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer Band 2,3,4, Off. 33 Key Club
3,4, Off. 4g Student Council
23 Lit. Club 43 jr. 8c. Sr. Playg
NHS 3,43 Class Off. 2,3,4
Pres. 4g Key Club 3,43 gCam-
era Club 3,43 Football 1,2,3,4,
Student Councilg AFS 3g For
Lang. Club 43 Golf 3,43 Bas-
4g Basketball 1,2,3,4
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Football 2,3,43 Class Officer Football 1,2,3,4g Student Coun- Student Council 4
33 Camera Club 45 Key Club cil 33 Track 2,3,4g Camera
4 Club 43 Dev. Council 2
MARVIN MATTHEWS JUDY MAYES JANET MAYHEW
Choir 3,43 Key Club 4g Track Lit. Club 2,3,4g FHA 1,33 PTA Council lg FTA 3g FNA
1,2g Football 1,2,3,4g Safety FNA 4 4g Choir 3,4g Lit. Club 4g Cam-
Council 3,4, Pres. 4g Camera era Club 4g Region X Choir 3
Club 4s Student Council 4
Red Cross 1g FHA 1,2,3,4g L
Club 4g Safety Council 2,3,
OGA 5,43 Lib. Rep. 3
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Band 1,2,3,4g NHS 5,-fig De- TOM MCKNIGHT
bate 2 Football 1,2g Baseball Mgr. 5 SHARON MCLEMORE
Choir 3,43 Camera Club 1,1
4g Paper Staff 4
FHA 43 Camera glub 4g L
Rep. 2 '
Band 2,3,4g FHA 1g FTA 43
PTA 4g Lit. Club 43 Safety
Council 2g Foreign Lang. Club
"Right around the cornermthe water fountain."
Melodiers 1,2g Choraliers
Region Chorus ?3Q PTA 5
Wfrestling Team 23 Orchestra
Football 1,2,5,4g Basketball
1,2,3,4g Track 152,43 Camera
Club 3,43 Safety Coun. 4g PTA
Student Coun. 1,23 Key Club
53 Camera Club 4g Colt Staff
3,4g Office 1,2,3,4g Safety
Coun. 1, 2,3
It appears as if this one balanced correctly!
FHA l,2,3,4g PTA 23 OGA5
Student Coun. 1,2,4g Cho
raliers 3,49 Lit. Club 3,4g Safe-
ty Coun. 4g Cheerleader 5,4
Camera Club 3,4
JO ANN MILLER
Madmoiselles 23 Y-Teens
Pub. Rep. 3g Melodiers 3
BILLY JOHN INIOORE
Key Club 4, Pres.g NHS
Football 3,-4g Band 1,23
dent Coun. 4g Safety
Safety Coun. 4
BOB MINTER SALLY MOFFATT RON MOFFETT
Cey Club 3,4g Pub. Rep. 3,4g Band 2,3,4g Red Cross 2g Cam- Other School: Camera Club 2.43 Golden
famera Club 4g Foreign Lang.
era Club 4g Jr. Achievement 2 Welfare Chairman 4 Gloves 3,43 Band 1,2
GEORGE INIOORE RONNIE MOORE
Football 1,3g Baseball 3 Baseball 5,4g Camera Club 4g
Dev. Coun. 4g Safety Coun. 4
LARRY MOSIG INIICHAEL MOYER CHARLES E. INIULKEY
Choraliers 3,4 Library Club 4
Other School: Spanish Club 3
Band 1,2,3,4g Stage Band 1,2,
3,4g Region Band 2,35 Band
Pres. 43 Class Pres. 23 Foreign
Lang. Club 3,-1, Pres. 45 NHS
3,4g Key Club 3,45 jr. and Sr.
DAVID MUSSER LINDA NATION MICHELE NEAD SUZANNE NEWCOMB
Football lg Basketball 1 FNA 2g Melodiers 1 FHA 25,43 FNA 45 PTA
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Lang. 5,4g Student Council 43
DIANE NUNN Camera Club 3,4g Devotional
FHA 33 OGA 52 Red Cross 2 Council 3 CLIFF O'CONNELL
NITA Jo Nix
Library Club 23,43 Dis
ROBERT LEWIS OLA
Foreign Lang. Clubg Tracl
Key Club 4
A 1,2,3,4, Off. 4g Literary
Lb 5,4, Off. 4g Camera Club
, Off. 45 Annual 4g OGA
5 jr. Playg Sr. Playg Quill
nd 1,2,3,4g NHS 3,4g All
gion Bandg Nat'l. Merit
Camera Club 4g Foreign
2,3,4g Devotional Coun.
I am so anxious to go to the auditorium to sing.
Debate Team 3,4g Camera
Club 43 Library Club lg Li-
brary Rep. 4
Football 1,2,3,4g Choraliers
43 Camera Club 43 Melodiers
BEVERLY JEAN PALMER DONNA PARR JUANITA SOTO PARRA
FHA 3 Safety Council 1, FHA 1,253 Publications Rep. 4
Other School: Literary Club 3,4g Student
FHA 1,2, Historian 2g Devo- Council 2,3g Publications 49
tional Council 2g Sophomore Choraliers 5,4
Safety Council lg FHA
Literary Club 2,3,4g FNA
Student Council 4
Oh, this zipper!
Foreign Language Club
CLAYTON PHILLIPS 1
THRYN PARRISH EDGAR PASCHAL GARY PASCHAL GLORIA JEAN PATTER
A 1,2,3,4g FTA 4g Camera PTA Representative 2,4g Cam- Camera Club 43 Foreign Lan- SON
b 4 era Club 4, Football 1 guage Club 4, Cross Country Library Club 2
ZEORGE EARL PHILLIPS
oreign Language Club 1,2,3,
Q Student Council 1,33 Red
Cross V. Pres. 4g Key Club 45
. A. 2,3,4, Pres. 4 Other
:hool: Football 1,23 Track
, Basketball 1,2g Choir 1
Band 1,2,3,4g Foreign Lan-
guage Club 4g.NHS 3,45 All
Region Band 1,3g Dallas Fes-
tival Band 33 1st Division
Solo 1,23 lst Division Brass
Brass Ensemble 3
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Red Cross Council 2,3, V.
Pres. 2g Flagbearer 4g FHA 2,
33 FTA 3,4g Literary Club 3,
45 Camera Club 3,4g Foreign
Language Club 33 Safety
Band 1,2,3,4g Stage Band 2
Camera Club 43 Band 1,2,5,4,
Pres. 43 Student Council 4g
Stage Band 1,2,3,4
FHA 25,44 FTA 4g Lit. Club
3,43 Camera Club 5,43 Pub.
Rep. 33 Lib. Rep. 4g Safety
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FHA 1,2,3,43 Lib. Club 23
Class Officer 2,3,43 Student
Council 1,4Q Junior Favorite3
Valentine Sweetheart 2 3
Homecoming Princess 3
Latin Club 13 Track 1,23
BOBBY JACK POE TOMMY POINDEXTER
Red Cross 2,3,43 Pres. 43 Band FFA 2,3,43 Red Cross Rep.
1,2,3,43 Baseball 52 Camera Pub. Rep. 2
Club 4g Safety Council 43 Hi-
Y: Chaplain, 4
DALE PRESNELL KAY PRICE
Band 2,3,43 Camera Club 4 FHA 13 Lib. Club 1,2,3,4, O
Library Club 43 Lib. Rep.
QA 3g Foreign Lang. Club
The ordering of Senior rings shouldn't be so sacl, Connie.
.eball 5,43 Judo Club 3,4g
.RTI-IA RAYBURN HAL REDDICK
A 1,2,3,4g FNA 5,43 Stu- Camera Club 4, Hi-Y 4g For.
t Council 23 Camera Club Lang. 4
Lit. Club 4g Safety Coun- WANDA REASONER REX REDDEN Other School:
1,2,3,4g FTA 4 FHA 1,2,43 Jr. Ach. 4 Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2,4 Student Council lg Golf 3
MARGARET REED SANDY REEL NANCY REYNOLDS BOBBY RHODES
Student Council 2g FNA 5,4 Safety Council 1,2,3g Lib. Rep. Dev. Council lg FFA 2,3,4
lg Melodiers 2,33 FNA 3,43
Choraliers 45 Latina-Espanol
jerry Plemons seems to have arrived a little late.
Track 5,45 Safety Council
Basketball 2,3,4g Hi-Y 4
Camera Club 43 Baseball
B-Team Football 2
ACK RHODES LYNDA CAROL RICH LARRY RICKETTS FRED RIGGS
and 1,2,3,4g Stage Band 1,2, Band 2,3,4 Devotional Council 13 Glee-
,4g All-Star Band Brown-
men lg Melodiers 25 Choraliers
3,45 Camera Club 1,2,3,4g Pho-
, tographer 1,2,3,4
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LICKY RIVERS NANCY ROBERTS
'ootball 25 Baseball 25 Inter- Band 2,3, Band Librarian 2,3
:holastic League 43 One Act
'lay 3,45 jr. Playg Sr. Playg
Iamera Club 4g Student Coun-
TRTIE ROGERS BILL ROWLAND PAT RUSH BILLY RUSHTON
vanced Art 4g Senior Social Golden Gloves 3,45 Camera Other School:
nm. Club 1,2,4g Photographer 1,2g Student Council 1, Red Cross
Foreign Language Club 43 Rep. 13 YWCA 2g FHA 3,4
Choraliers 3,45 Melodiers 2
ANNE RUSSELL CAROLYN SAUNDERS LINDA SAUNDERS JUDY SAVAGE
Camera Club 4 FNA 4 FHA 1,3,4g Lit. Club 43 FNA FHA l,2,3Q Y-Teens 2,5
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Key Club 5,43 Camera Club
4g Red Cross 1 WAYNE SHRUM
43 Red Cross lg Melodiers 4
Annual Editor 43 Girls' State
33 NHS 3,43 Treas. 43 jr.
Playg Student Council 43 Quill
8. Scroll, FHA I,2,3,4
FHA 53 FTA 43 Dev. Council
43 Pub. Rep. 2
FHA 1,2,3,43 PTA 1,23 Cal
era Club 4g Pub. Rep. 33 De
Annual Staff 43 Jr. Play3
Plziyg Quill 8: Scroll 43 Otl
School: Y-Teensg Modeli
Club3 Teen Club
.it. Club 3,43 FHA 1,2,5,4
VTA 3,43 V. Pres. 43 Jr. Playg
rr. Playg Camera Club 3.4
'uh Rep. 2
.ib. Clubg Hogans
VHA 1,2,3,4g FTA mg Lit
:lub 3,45 Lib. Rep. 4
Donna and Marty watch a snazy car go by, but Cindy is in another world
Dev. Council 33 Pub. Rep. 43
For. Lang. 2
Camera Club 4g Safety Coun
cil 4g Pub. Rep. lg PTA Rep.
ROY SIMS KEITH SKILES DAVID SKINNER
FFA 2,3,43 Football 1,23 Bas- Devotional Coun, 3,-ig Pres. Golf BAL Track 4
ketball 1,2g Student Council 2 43 jr. Playg Sr. Playg Student
Council 3g For. Lang. Club
What are you hiding?
Band 3,4g Stage Band 3,45 De-
Safety Council 3g Camera
OGA 3,4g Interscholastic
League 53 Red Cross 2
GARY SMITH JANET SMITH SANDRA KAY SMITH FRANK E. SNELL
W and Z,3,4g Stage Bancl 2,3,4g Melocliers 5,4g Mad'moiselles NHS 3,4g PTA 2g Literary Choraliers 3,43 Devotional
lNHS 3,4g PTA 1 1,2 Club 3,4g Band 2,3,4g Off. 43 Council, Pres. 4g VA 3,45
l Safety Council 2,3,4, Treas. 4 Band 1
For. Lang. 2,?J,-11 Camera Club NHS 3,4g For. Lang. Club 3,
45 jr. Achievement 43 Glee 4g Camera Club 33 jr. Achieve-
Club 2 ment
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Student Council 2g Class Sec.
2g Annual 4g Y-Teens 2,3,4,
Sec. 3,43 Camera Club 43 For
Lang. Club 4g Quill 8: Scroll
CAROLE SQUIRES JUDY STEAKLEY
FHA l,2,3,4g Choir 3,4g De- Lit. Club 3,4g Off. 4g Camera
votional Coun. 1g Safety Coun- Club 3,43 FTA 4g OGA 3,43
cil 4 Safety Council 4
SHIRLEY STEVENS SANDRA STEWART JAMES STILES
FHA 33 Band 3,43 Red Cross Band 1,2,3,43 Camera Club 4g Football 13 Track 1,2,3,43
4g Dev. Council 33 For. Lang. Safety Council 43 Paper Staff Choir 4, FFA 2,3,43 Student
4s Safety Council 4 33 Mad'moiselles 1 Council 2,4
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FNA 3,43 Camera Club 43
ALDAH Jo TAYLOR
BETTY TAMPLIN Band 2,3,4g Treas. 53 Lit. Club GLEN TAYLOR
FHA 1,23 PTA Rep. 43 Liter- 4g OGA 33 FTA 4g Y-Teens. Red Crossg jr. Achievement
ary Club 3 53 Lib. Rep. 4 2,3
FHA 1,2,33 PTA 13 Pub. Rep.
23 Red Cross 3
BETTY ANN THOMPSON
FNA 1,2,3,43 Band 3,43 Cam-
era Club 43 Choir 3,43 PTA
afety Council 43 FNA 13
Western Day Queen Zg FTA
3 Y-Teens 2,33 Allied Youth
football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,
Q Safety Council 4
Lit. Club 3,43 Class Officer 43
Student Council fig Camera
Club 3,4g Y-Teens, Officer
If I see another drape, I think that I'll scream!
Dev. Council lg Camera
5,43 Track 3
Band 3,4g Red Cross Rep. 5
TOBY LYNN TISDALE MEREDITH TODD REGGIE TOMERLIN
Band 1,2,5g Quill 8: Scroll 4g For. Lang. Club 2,3,4 Debate 4
NHS 3,45 Dev. Council 4g Off.
4g Lit. Club 43 Camera Club
5,45 Annual 4g Choraliers 3,
4g Jr. Playg Tennis 2,3,4
Photo. 1,2,3,-4g Camera Clu
1,2,3,4, Pres. 43 Dev. Counc.
4g Pub. Rep. 4
Charge it to my bill!
THOMAS A. URIE
Ir. Red Cross 4g jr. Achiev
Student Council 4g Little Arli
45 Baseball Mgr. 3,4g Pul
Rep. 35 Camera Club 4g I1
TZANNE TUCKER MIKE TULL NANCY TURNER BETTY TURNS
'IA 1,2,3,43 Student Council VA 1,2,3,43 FFA 43 Off. 4 NHS 3.43 FHA l,2,4Q Student Y-Teens 3,4
SQ Devotional Council lg Council lg Camera Club 3,43 Other School:
t. Club 4g FNA 43 Camera Dev. Council 2,33 Lit. Club Little Theater 5
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l-IA 1,2,5,4g Jr. Playg Sr. Camera Club 4g Red Cross 23
layg Camera Club 53 FTA 3, Golden Gloves 2,3,4g Melo-
OGA 3g For. Lang. 43 Lit. diers 4g Glee Club 1,2
lub 33 FNA 5
KNDRA V055 LYNN WAIBEL ROBERT WALES LINDA WALLACE
.Teens 1,2513 FNA 2,43 PTA Student Council 4g Literary NHS 43 Red Cross
3Tef1ni5 Team 2 Club 45 FOI. Lang. Club 3,4Q Other School:
Y-Teens 2,53 jr. Play3 PTA Band 1,2,33 NHS 3
33 Safety Council 43 Mad'moi-
JIM WANKER BETH WARD TERRY WARD
Dev. Coun. 1 FNA 2,33 Red Cross 1, Stu- FHA 1,2,3,4g FNA 25 OGA 3,
dent Coun. 43 Macl'moiselles 4g Safety Coun. 1,2,5,4, Of-
2g Melodiers 5g Choraliers 4 ficer 2,4g Pub. Rep. lg Red
Cross Coun. 3
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JUDY WEBSTER ROGER WEED
FNA 2,5,4g Camera Club SQ Band 5,43 Foreign Lang. Club
Lit. Club 4 43 Stage Band 4 JOE WETHERBEE
Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball
3,4g Track 1g Sr. Class Offio
Student Coun. 4, Officerg K
Band 1,2,5,4g Choraliers
Band 2,3,4g All State Band
her School: DAVID WHITE
,nd 1,2,3g Girls Sports Club Choir 43 Golden Gloves 3,4g
Spanish Club, Off. Red Cross 1,2g Key Club 4
john, Martha, ,.... JOHN! !...MARTHA! I
FHA 1,2,3,4g Off. 53 Camera
Club 3,43 Literary Club 3,45
Dev. Council 2,3,4g Choralier
2,3,4g Student Council 4g All
Region Choir 5
SONNY WILLIAMS MITCH WILSON SAMMIE WILSON MARIA WINANS
Basketball 2,3,4g Baseball 4 Lib. Club l,2,3,4g Officer: FTA 3,4g Safety Council 4 Band 43 jr. Ach. 43 Mad'M
Choir 45 Sr. Play selles 4g Other School: Baz
FHA, Pep Squad
Student Council 43 Baseball
Mgr. 2,33 Pub. Rep. lg Key
Club 4g Safety Council 3,45
Band 2,3g Choir 49 Golden
JEANIE WRIGHT EDDY YALE BOBBY DON YOUNG
FHA 1,2g Mad'Moisel1es 1 Choir 2,3
junior Achievement 3,4
Football 1,2,3,4g Junior Ro-
tarian 43 Student Body Pres.
4g Safety Council 2,4g Class
Social Ch. 25 Basketball 1,23
NHS 3,43 Foreign Lang. 3,4
Safety Council 43 Cam
Club 4g For. Lang. 2,4g S
dent Council 1,2,4g Basel:
3,4g Football 1,2
oxing l,2,3,4Q Red Cross
ep. lg Dev. Council 33 PTA
GARY WINTER CHARLENE WISE
Pub. Rep. 1, Dev. Council 23
Safety Council 3,43 NHS 3,43
OGA 3,43 FHA 1,233,413 FTA
43 Band 2,3,4
WILEY E. YOUNG, JR. KAREN YOUNKIN JIMMY ZIMMERMAN
Spanish Club 53 Glee Club lg Foreign Lang. Club 4 Red Cross 2,43 PTA Council
Volleyball 53 judo 3,4 53 Safety Council 25,43 Cam-
era Club 43 Key Club 4
JIMMY HUBBARD CLYSTON KEENER
Dev. Council 13 Choir 3,4
FHA 1.2.3,-1, Officer 3,43 Dev.
Council 33 Pub, Rep. l,2Q Stu-
dent Council 4. Lit Club 3,43
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Juniors at A.H.S. numbered 560 during the 1960-61
school year. This class engaged in a wide number of activ-
ities which was climaxed by the junior prom and social.
Members of the class are eligible for Boys and Girls
State in the early summer months. The Junior Class is the
class also eligible for the exchange programs for the sum-
W mer period also the full school.
All juniors are subjected to varied testing programs
throughout the year to determine their placement on the sen-
ior level in various subjects.
Officers pictured left are, back row, President, Mike Farhatg Vice-Presi-
dent, Wayne Harveyg Social Chairman, Zolt Pahanyg front row, Secretary,
Charlotte Moffettg Treasurer, jo Ann Andersong Social Chairman, Dorothy
Sponsors pictured back rowg left to right: Mrs. Grayson, Mrs. Mrs. Snodgrass, Miss Amos, Mr. Crouch, Mrs. Galvan
Parr, Mr. Roquemore, Mr. Nohavitzag Front Row, left to right: 61
ROW' ONE--Diane Alwncy. Kathy Adams. Kay Adams, Lee Denyse Bagget
Adams jr., Ctrl Alford, john Allen, Sharon Allenbaugh ROW' THREE-HMarlin Dee Bailey, Carrol Baker, Gary
ROXY' TXYO f-lu Ann Anderson, Sandra Armstrong, jimmy Barcroft, David Barker, Land Barksdale, jerry Bates,
Aslixwrtli, Carol Aston, Don Atkins, Mack Bagby, Barry Beartlen
ROXX' ONE- Bonnie Beelve. judith Bell, David Beltzner, Tommy
ROW TXX'OY.Iudy Bernard, Tommy Berry, Donna Blesi, David
My hair's a mess-I think I'll get it cut.
ROW THREE-Mills Boon, Vera Booth, Eddy Bost, Bobby Bradfield
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ROW ONE- Danny Branscum, Karron Braswell, Donald Brett, john
ROW TWO-Marian Brittan, Harry Brodie, David Bronstad, Betty
ROW THREE-Robert Brown, Sandra Brown, Sharon Brown, Larry
ROW' ONEiKenneth Bryant, Curtis Buchanan, Sue
Bucher, Jimmy Buck, Lizabeth Buckaleu, Michelle
Burdick, Byron Burleson
ROW 1'WOgjimmy Burrow, Bob Busch, Lee Bush, Doro-
thy Butler, Judy Butler, Sherian Lee Byers, Beverley
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ROW THREE-Stevie Campbell, Thurman Cantrell, Kay
Capps, Dick Carmichael, Ronnie Carter, Carole Chaney,
That isn't enough change! ROW ONE-Barbara Chism, Gary Christian, Elizabeth Church, Carole
ROW TWO-Charles Clawson, David Clifton, john Clower, john
ROW THREE- Craig Coleman, Nan Collins, Toby Coltellaro, Lynn
ROW ONE-Kenneth COIHPTOH, Linda COHCUCY, Mikel Craig, Loraine Craig, Pam Crittenden, Charlotte Cross
Conner, Cynthia Cook, Glenn Cook, Paul Cordes, Connie ROW THREE.-Molly Crouch, Genie Culbertson, Georgi-
C0viC anne Cummings, Darlene Cunningham, Garry Darby,
ROW TWOwBetty Lou Cox, jim Cox, Ronnie Cox, Judy Eugene Davis, Marty Davis
ROW ONE-Rhonda Davis, Ronnie Davis, Phyllis Tommy Dodson, Kathy Dormier, judy Dotson, Joe Doyle
Deardorff, Dianne Decker, Suzie Deering, Dale Dempsey, ROW THREE-Glenda Drake, Diana Dunn, Billy Durham.
Lynda Dickens Danny Durkee, Steve East, Anthony Eddings, Sue
ROW TWO-Richard Dickens, Gill Diggs, Ricky Dill, Edmonds
ROW ONE-Cliff Edwards, Susan Elliot, Cecil Ellis, Thames Ellison
ROW TWO-Jimmy Evans, Ricky Ezzell, janet Falch, jackie Fanning
ROW THREE-Larry Fanning, Sandra Fanning, Mike Farhat, Nancy
Ad lib. it, Miss Ellis!
ROW ONE-Jane Favor, joel Ferguson, Margarette Frisbee
Fernald, Jan Ferri, Toni Ferri, Larry Field, Richard ROW' THREE-Terry Fuqua, Betty Gardner, Richard Gard-
Field ner, Bubba Garner. George Garrett, Gaylene Garrison
ROW TWO-Mike Fillmore, Larry Finn, Don Fitzgerald, KIIFCH Garvin
Kathy Fleming, Thomas Forcht, Larry French, Carol
Why that look of surprise, Barbara?
ROW ONEv.l0hn Gaston, Janice Gaworski, Gay Geer, Bruce Geiger
ROW TWO-Lewis Gentsch, Bob Gerell, Ralph Giessner, Ranley
ROW THREE-Roy Godwin, Lou Goldner, Linda Griffin, -lack
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ROW TWO-Sue Haag, Sandy Haley, Ronald Hall, Ronnie Hall
ROW THREE-Larry Handley, Patricia Hankins, Buddy Harris.
ROW ONE-Lee Hart, Wayne Harvey, Ernest Hauser, son, Linda Herd
Diana Havada, Sue Hawkins, Rita Hazel, Shari Head ROW THREE1DaVid Herr, Joey Herr, Jerry Hen-eu,
ROW TWO-Glenda Heath, R0f1Hie HCIFUS, GCOISC Myron Hess, john Hilek, Robert Hiler, Don Hill
Henchcliffe, David Hendrix, Coy Henslee, Stephen Hen-
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Did you forget your pompons, Stevie? ROW ONE-johnny Hill, Joyce Hocker, Kay Hodgkins, Rosan
ROW TWO-Judy Holland, Roy Holland, Cecil Hollingsworth,
ROW THREE-Loy Holmes, Lenny Holt, Susan Holt, Tex Hook
ROW ONE-Dean Hooper, Judy Hopper, Robert Hopson, Robert Humphrey, Bill Humphreys, Tommy Hunter,
Bill Horsley, Glen Howard, Carol Howell, Sandra Dorothy IbS6H
Huckabee ROW THREE-jimmy Irons, Donna Ivy, Kenneth jackson,
ROW TWO-Carol Hudson, Larry Huff, David Huffman, Pat jackson, Diana James, Larry james, Tommy james
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ROW ONE-Janet Jenkins, Joanne Jenkins, John Jenkinson, moncl Johnson, Skipper Johnson, Dennis Johnston Irish
Paula Jernigan, John Jewel, Beth Johnson, Charles John- Jones, Jill Jones
son ROW THREE-Jimmy Jones, John Jones, Martha Jones
ROW TWO-Harold Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Ray- Mike Jones, Jackie Kelley, Linda Kempin, Kenny Kautz
ROW ONE-Gene Kilmer, Connie Kimball, Bobbie Kincaid, Kay King
ROW TWO-Melinda King, Richard King, Myrna Knapp, Clinton
ROW THREE-David Knott, Judy Knotts, Jewell Kocian, Barbara
Looks as if I'll freeze this winter.
ROW ONE-Kenneth Lajudice, Harley Landis, Harold
Lawing, Michele Lawson, Arthur Lawton, Kenny LeBlanc,
ROW TWO-Paul LeMay, Charlene Lemmons, Kent
Lennington, Kenneth Lett, Chelsia Leuty, Lee Lillard,
Oh, but it's beautiful!
ROW THREE-Bonita Lindsey, Claire Little, Ronnie Little-
john, Sandra London, Danny Long, Nancy Love, Gene
ROW ONE-Mary Anna Lowe, Preston Lowe, Tommy Lowe, Tommy
ROW TWO-Nita Mae Lynch, Tommy Lynch, Pat Mahan, Gene
ROW THREE-Dottv Mann, Mike Manor, Bill Marks, Edwin Marsh
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ROW ONE-Rosemary Marshall, Jodie Marshall, Leon Martin, My parents told me never to accept gifts from
Carolyn Martin strangers.
ROW TWO-E. M. Martin, Richard Matsler, Al Mayer, Cheryl Mays
ROW THREE-Ruth McBride, John McLellan, Lynda McClung, Stan
ROW ONE-Judy McKay, Johnny McKinnon, Judy Mgnthey
McMahan, Murle Meeks, Melody Mell, Faye Mina, Mary ROW THREE-Bob Moore, Jr., Ouidga Moore, Pam
Meflfgay Moore, Sharon Moore, Sharron Ann Moore, Bob Mor-
ROW TWO-Candy Menger, Connie Merrill, Randy Miles, gan, G31-vig M01-gan
Stanley Miller, Joyce Mitchell. Charlotte Moffett, Kaye
Kathryn and Arthur Murray, H0 C107-lbt --u--. ROW ONE--Darrell Morrison, Martha Morrow, Debbie Moseley,
ROW TWO-Chris Murphew, Evangeline Murray, julia Murray,
ROW THREE-Pat Myers, Linda Napier, Brad Nelson, jim Newcomb
ROW ONE-Jan Nichols, Dennis Niles, Sandra Nix, janey tree
Nobles, Ilene Norman, jean Ann Norman, Judy O'Ha1- ROW' THREE-james Packard, Zsolt Pahany, Henry Par-
loran ham, Randy Parry, Mike Parsley, Mike Parsons, Robert
ROW TWO--Dennis O'Reilley, Mary Ormand, Charles Patrick
Orr, Linda Orr, Deel Orris, johnny Osborne, James Over-
ROW ONE-Charles Payne, Dicky Payne, Bennett Peabody, Pirtle
Sandra Pearson, Don Pederson, Nancy Perryman, Carolina ROW THREE-Larry Pitz, Letha Poindexter, Bob
Peterman Poppelreiter, Glenda Porter, Donna Post, Roy Powers,
ROW TWO-Linda Peterson, Kenneth Phillips, Linda Phil- Harold Prather
lips, Micky Phillips, Pat Pierce, Bill Pierson, Judy
ROW ONE-Jane Prator, Janais Price, Jessie Proffer, Sylvia Ramette
ROW' TWO-Bill Raney, Betty Rash, Douglas Rash, Jo Ann Reddell
ROV! THREE-James Reed, Claudia Reeves, Janice Reid, Barbara
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ROW ONE-Tina Reynolds, Sandra Rhue, Alvie Richard-
son, Linda Richey, Rita Rinehart, John Ritchey, Betsy
ROW TWO-Bill Roberts, Iris Roberts, Norman Roberts,
Ann Robertson, Frank Ross. Sharon Roten, Diane
This is too good to wait until after school.
ROW THREE-Jimmy Russell, Phyllis Russell, Shannon
Ryan, Betty Sampson, Marquita Sanders, Julian Sandoval,
ROW ONE-Jane Scarborough, Charles Scholwinski, Shari Scott,
ROW TWO-Paula Searcy, Elizabeth Seay, jerry Sellers, Johnny
ROW THREE-Don Sexton, Jim Shemwell, Donna Sherrill, Lynda
ROW ONE-Shelia Shouse, Mary Shuster, Dianne Simmons, Bobby
ROW TWO-Kay Sinclair, Barbara Siver, james Slaughter, Donna
ROW THREE-JoAnn Smith, Lucy Smith, Ronny Smith, Albert Smith
ROW ONE-Bo Snowden, Karell Sommers, Ed Spalding,
jean Spear, Kay Spiva, Martha Stallard, Sharon Stamm
ROW TWO-Beverly Stanford, Gayle Stark, Dolores
Starks, Michael Steele, Alan Steinecke, Georgia Steineke,
I'll never make it on time.
ROW THREEkGeorge Stewart, Harold Stone, Judy Strain,
Jeannette Stribling, Susan Strickland, Sharon Stroud,
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ROW ONE-Richard Swan, Sandra Swearengen, Mary Tannahill,
ROW TWO-Linda Thomarson, Sandra Thomas, jonnie Todd, Bill
ROW THREE-Iris Turner, Uggen Willis, Gary Valant, Ricky Valen-
ROW ONE-Sherry Vaughn, Alice Vennum, Judy Warner
Vermillion, Larry Viegas, Corliss Vileta, Pat Walden,
ROW TWO-james Wallace, Allen Walter, Linda Walters,
Hugh Ward, jimmy Ward, Barbara Warren, Nancy
ROW THREE-Starlett Warwood, Billy Watson, Johnny
Watson, Ronny Watson, Wayne Watson, John Weather-
red, Linda Webb
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ROW ONE-Diana Weitricht, Donna Whipple, George Wood, Tom Wood
Whitenight, Charles Whiteside, John Whitt, Sara I0 ROW THREE- Robert Woodhead, Scotty Woodley
Whitt, Cheryl Williams Sandra Wooley, Sonny Wooten, jerry Worley Andy
ROW TWO-Pat Williams, Rodney Wilson, Janice Wright, jay Wright
Winnett, Rehina Wolfskill, Mary Ann Wood, Mike
ROW ONE-johnny Wright, Joyce XVright, Sharon Sue Wright, Paul
ROW TWO-Bob Yancer, Dana Young, Diane Young, Harrison
ROW THREE-Judy Young, Robert Young, Larry Zaring, Donna
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Sophomores at Arlington High School entered into a
new experience in September. They completed three years
in the junior highs before reporting to A.H.S. Students C0111-
prising the Sophomore Class came from 1. I. Carter and
Emma Ousley junior High Schools. This year there are 620
in the Sophomore Class--an all-time record.
At the beginning of the fall semester this class elected
Nicky joy as president, David Bane as vice-president, and
Faith Belovsky as secretary.
The first year at A.H.S. brings new friends, activities, and
teachers, all of which play an important part in the molding
of one's character.
Officers pictured left are left to right, Secretary, Faith Belovskyg President,
Nicky Joyg Social Chairman, Danny Armstrongg Vice-President, David
Baneg Social Chairman. Ann Wolf.
Sponsors pictured left to right: Mr. Morrison, Mr. Booher, Mrs. Baker, Mr. Thompson, Mrs. Harris, Mr. Hill, Mrs Gardner
Quick, while nobody's looking. ROW ONE-Joe Adams, Ann Adams, Kent Adams, Ollie Adams
ROW TWO-Cathy Adkins, Charles Alexander, Bobbi Allen, jackie
ROW THREE-Kenny Allen, Darlene Anderson, Danny Armstrong,
ROW ONE-Gary Atkins, Mary Ruth Austin, Peggy Barnett, Sheila Barnhart, Linda Barr, Joe Barrett, Larry
Autrey, Bill Aves, Donna Baggett, Emma Bailey, David Barrick
Bane ROW THREE--Barbara Beard, Dennis Beck, Elaine Becker,
ROW TWO-Mike Bandera, Teri Barker, Carole Ann john Bell, Carol Bellomy, Faith Belovsky, Reva. Benbow
ROW ONE-Cathy Bennett, Darryl Benton, jim Bergin, Cathy Bontiey, Calvin Boone, Cheryl Booth, Roger Booth
Doug Bessey, jimmy Biggers, Lola Birdett, Normaleta ROW THREE-Gary Bover, Tommy Boyd, john Brasweil,
Bishop Verna Braucht, Donna Braun, Gary Braughton, Carol
ROW TWO-Barbara Blackmarr, johnny Biesi, Larry Bond, Brendle
ROW ONE-Gerald Brett, Karen Brooks, Judy Brooks, Lynne Bruns
ROW TWO-John Burton, Carol Brown, Trudy Brown, Mac
ROW THREE-Linda Bryant, john Buckaiew, Carol Buchanan,
Homer V. Buil
Oh, those Monday mornings!
ROW ONE-Judy Buntin, Bennie Burges, Betsy Burleson, Charles Carter
Mike Burleson, Ronnie Burnett, Dorothy Buzzell, Jimmy ROW THREE-Kenny Carter, Diane Carwile, Bobby Case,
Mike Casper, Susan Challenger, Andy Chambers, Pat
ROW TWO-Bobby Cales, Wilson Campbell, Buster Cherry
Cantrell, jerry Cariker, Dennis Carlson, Tommy Carrico,
"I did pretty good on that test, Ricky."
ROW ONE-john Chesnut, Nancy Chester, Ruth Ann Chism, Bob
ROW TWO-Sandra Clark, Janice Clausen, C. B. Clay, Carol Clayton
ROW THREE-Jan Clements, Ronny Coker, Patsy Campton, Verlan
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ROW ONE-Pat Conner, Sammy Cook, Jerald Cope, Gail Corbitt Oh no, not Peter Gunn again!
ROW TWO-Clarence Cornett, Rebecca Cowley, Emmett Cox, Kent
ROW THREE-Phil Cox, joan Craig, Joanne Craig, janet Crane
ROW ONE- Larry Craven, Marianne Craven, Cindy Cray-
ton, Mike Cronan, Patsy Crook, Dick Cunningham, Janet
ROW TWO-Freclcla Curtis, David Dahlin, Joe Dalley,
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ROW THREE-Diana Davis, Maudie Davis, Jacque
Deering, Tommy DeFrank, Norma DeLosSantos, Rene
DeMott, Elaine D'Esposito
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ROW ONE-Geneva Devenport, Stewart DeVore, Nancy Dickerson
ROW TWO-Barbara Dodson, john Donaghy, Sam Doyle, Linda
ROW THREE-Kaye Duey, Sydney Duffin, Dwight Duncan, Jim
ROW ONE-Jimmy Duppstadt, Larry Dye, Brenda Eades, English, Ginger Enloe, Vicke Enloe, Linda Esenwein,
Elaine Earls, Robert Eichelberger, Clinton Elaner, Terry Deanna Evans
Elder ROW THREE-Ira Evers, Carolyn Evilsizer, John Fabel,
ROXV TWO-Charlcda Elliott, Jennie Emery, Katherine Eddie Fagan, Jimmy Falvo, Drencla Farney, Pam Farrell
ROW ONE--Susie Ferguson, Sandi Field, Marilyn Fields, Floyd, Judy Forbes, Hetty Ford, Linda Ford. Elaine Forge
Robert Finn, Donna Fisher, Vyeann Fisher, Patsy Fitch ROW THREE-Kitty Forman, Bill Foster, Rusty Fowler,
ROW TWO-Christine Flaherty, Calvin Fletcher, Margaret Linda Fox, Anne Frank, John Fullerton, Cynthia Gaines
ROW ONE-Tommy Gainus, Sharon Gardner, Rotan Garner,
ROW TWO-Gary Geier, Patricia Genzel, Herschel Gibbs, Suzanne
ROW THREE-Janice Gibson, jean Gibson, johnny Gibson, Lynn
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ROW ONE-Gary Gilbert, Janie Gilbert, Tim Gillespie, Greider
Cheryl Gilmartin, Karan Godfrey, Elaine Golden, Susie ROW THREE-Diana Grigsby, Ronnie Grimes, Lynne
Goldner Grimmer, Dennis Haag, David Haas, Betty Gaile Hall,
ROW TWO-Larry Goleman, Janie Gothard, Linda Gowin, James Hall
james Graham, Sylvia Green, Jackie Gregory, Leah
ROW ONE-Michael Hall, Farrell Hamilton, johnny Hamilton, Gary
ROW TWO-Linda Harpster, Ronny Harris, Stephanie Harris,
ROW THREE-Harvey Harrison, Alvin Hartz, Gary Harwell, Susan
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ROW' ONE-Nancy Heath, Joyce Heffington, Katy Heisserer, Diane
ROXV TWO-Don Hendrix, Mary Henslee, Cheryl Henson, Vanolah
ROW 'l'HREE7Al Herring, Suzzanne Hightower, Travis Hightower,
ROXW ONE-Gail Hipple, Dickie Hirsch, Carol Hitter, Ken-
neth Hocker, Karen Hoffman, Gerald Holder, Valerie
ROW TWO--f-Donna Horbury, Shirley Horton, Jimmy
Houston, jack Howard, Suzanne Howard, Sonny Howell,
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ROW THREE-Michael Hubbard, Harry Hude,
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ROW ONE-Wfayne Ivie, Grant Insande, Ricky Jaegar, Charles Jahns
ROW TWO -John Jamieson,Becky Jarrell, Jeanne Jay, Jimmy Jenkins
ROW THREEfBracl Jessup, Darlene Jessup, Francis Jewett, Gary
ROW ONEACharles Jobe, John Robert John, Eugene ard Jones
Johns, Bill Johnson, Danny J0hl'lS0l'l, Johnny Johnson, ROW THREE-Wanda Jones, Chester Jordan, Suzanne
Lorraine Johnson Jordan, Nicky Joy, Karl Karbach, Kenneth Keagle
ROW TWO-Lauren Johnson, Margie Johnson, Margaret Nancy Kelly
Johnston, Bill Jones, Darlean Jones, Dorothy Jones, Rich-
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Tummy Key, Everett King, Blair Kitterman, Dan Knight
ROXX' 'l'W'OfNorma Knight, Stan Knight, Olen Knowles,
Patsy Kropp, j, 'lf Lackey, Dennis Lankford, Randy
ROXX' ONFgPerry Lindsey, Edwin Lowrance, David Love, D, H.
ROXW TW'OfCheryl Lutz, Shari Mackie. Donald Majka, Ann Malone
ROXX' THREE-Ricky Marsh, Becky Martin, Diane Martin, Dickie
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Betty Mason, Everett Mason, Bill Mafefzschk, Andie Mat- ROW THREE-Earl McCommas, Robert.,McDonald, Ema
thews jane McFadin, jack McGrath, Bernard McGuire, Monnie
ROV' TWO-Carol Mayes, Larry Mazo, Steve McAlister, McKissack, Bonnie McLellan
Valerie McBride, Connie McBroom, Ronnie McCain, O.
Pike, Mike McQueen
ton, Craig Mikesell
McNulty, Richard McPheeters. Tommy Mc-
Meisner, Leslie Mendenhall, jack Merbler,
Mercer, Jeannie Michener, Douglas Middle-
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ROW' ONE-Ronnie Milan, Susan Miles. Curtis Miley, jimmy Miley Well, it was here somewhere.
ROW' TXWO-wjimmy Miller, L:1Verne Miller. XX'ayne Miller, jim
ROW TI-IREEsDonnie Mize, Dejah Moore, Dorothy Moore, james
ROW ONE-Sharon Moore, Teal Moore, Bobbie Morgan, Billy Nelson
Linda Morgan, john Morris, Pam Morrison, Sylvia Mosig ROXV THREE-Snruli Ann Newton. Kent Nicholas, .Ierrie
ROW TWO-Nancy Mouck, Mary Carolyn Murchison, Nivens, Sharon Nivens, Linda Norton, jim Norwood, Ed
jimmy Murphy, Robert Myers, Ann Mynar, Gail Neal, Nowaski
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ROW TXVO-Karl Osborn. Steven Osgood, Gary Page, Bobby Pahany
ROW THREE---Barry Palmeri Marcelle Palmer, Gary Paris, Gregg
ROW ONE-Sharon Parkee, RoyPa1t1'ic.lge,Jer1'y Patts, Pen- Jimmie Poe, janella Potthoff, Keith Pratt, C. B. Pride
ny Pearce, Dick Phillips, jerry Phillips, Mike Phillips ROW THREE+Gary Proffitt, joe Ptomey, Pete Pucella
ROW TWO-Pat Pierce, -Ianice Pirkie. Dana Pittman, Linda Pugh, Mike Ranson, Donna Rauch, Gordon Reddy
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ROW TXXXO-Dottie Roberson, Don Roberts, Gary Robert-
son, Robert Robinson, Johanna Roclieclc, Richard
ROW ONE-Janie Russell, jerry Russell, Emily Sampson, Robert
ROW' TXXfOiAmick Saunders, Carol Shannon, VaLois Shockley,
ROW THREE-Joe Skelton, Don Smith, Marilyn Smith, Sanford
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ROW THREE-Randy Rogers, Rosalyn Rosamond, Bob
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ROXX' ONE-Susan Smith, jimmy Smithers, Lorraine
Snoddy, Stan Sommers, Mike Soward, Susan Spruance,
ROW TW'O-Sarah Stephens, Duane Stewart, Larry
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Stonaker, Harry Stone
ROW' THREE-Terry Stout, Lariece Stover, Pam Strihling,
Ellen Sumhlin. Linda Summers, jim Sutton, Jerry Swan
ROW ONE- f-Linda Swaner, Dee Swope. Sheila Tallon, Glen Taylor
ROW TYXXO-Margaret Taylor, XX'alter Taylor, Ronnie Temple, James
ROW THREEfBill Thrasher, Stanley Threadgill, Carolyn Tinker,
ROW ONE-Francis Topping, Alice Townsend, Steve Trubey, Paul There goes another dollar.
ROW TXX'OfConnie Tucker, Glenn Tucker, Jerrie Tucker, Rusty
ROW THREE-Mandi Turner, Pamela Tuttle, Lynne Upton, Lida
ROW ONE-Lance Utterback, Annette Vanferson, Joyce Westbrook
Vaughn, Pam Vernon, Mary Lou VonHatten, jim Voss, RQW THREE-Mac Whaley, Jjmmy White, Larry White,
Mike Walden Robert White, Sharon White, Janice Whitehead, john
ROW TWO-Richard Waller, Tommy Walton, Linda Webb, Whitney
Denny Webber, Gretchen Weicker, Sue Welch, James
Alter all that work, she wouldn't accept it.
ROW' ONE-Philip W'ilbur. Gary Wilcod, Frerlcly Wfilhelm, Grace
ROW' TW'O-Faye Wfilliams, Deborah W'illiam5, Don Williams, james
ROW' THREE-David Wilson, Linda W'ilson, Linda jean W'ilson,
ROW ONE4Floyd Wine, Anthony Wohltrnan, Ann Wolf, Dianne York, Bill Young, Grady Young, jerry Young
Ray Wommack, Bob W'ood, jay W'ood Rusty Workman ROW THREE-Sherry Young, Sherry Young
ROW TWO-Sharon Wright, Tony Yale, Charles York,
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Mr. C. C. Duff
Who is to say what a man is worth? Perhaps it would be one who had never
known him but wished that he had. Perhaps it would be God. Perhaps it would
be those who fondly remember him. Whoever, whatever, Mr. D
never die. It exists in his influence, his actions, his character--these things will re-
main forever. He lives in the memories of those who have been touched by his
outgoing life: those who have known his generosity, those who have been given his
patience, those who have been uplifted by his good humor, those who have been
comforted by his sympathy, and those to whom he has so freely given his kindness.
He has left a part of himself with everyone he knew. Because of this, we consider
ourselves fortunate to have known him, for the part that he left with each one of us
has changed our lives in some good way.
uff's presence will
Who is to say how many he has touched? how many he has helped? The
students in his science classes know. The teachers and the students he worked with
know. The members of his family know. He was truly an unselfish man to have given
so much to so many. The greatest tribute that anyone can pay him is to say that he
will never be forgotten by those who have known and loved him.
by Velda Heron
Their love of life and simple things,
The love that only goodness brings,
The quiet happiness they all knew,
The love they felt for friends so true,
Their happy laughter, friendly smiles
Will linger through our weary miles
And give us in our work and play
A true desire to be as they.
And may we ever as we live
More love to others humbly give.
Dedicated to the memory of
Kathy Fleming, Claudia Reeves,
and Lou Goldner
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Abney, Diane, 122, 262
Abney, Karen, 206
Ackerman, Cindy, 70, 75,
96, 100, 102, 104,118,
Activities Section, 135-204
Ann, 70, 95, 280
Joe, 78, 280
julia, 93, 127, 128,
Kathy, 92, 262
Jr., Lee, 262
Jr., Ollie, 280
Cathy, 70, 109,
Alexander, Charles, 280
Alford, Carl, 262
Allbright, Guyler, 96, 110,
111, 122, 206
Allen, Beverly, 121, 207
Allen, Bobbi, 52, 70, 118,
Allen, Jackie, 70, 104, 123,
Allen, Jo Ann, 104, 207
Allen, John, 179, 262
Allen, Kenny, 280
Allenbaugh, Sharon, 108,
Allison, Harry, 26, 28, 60,
75, 96, 106, 140, 142,
149, 155, 156, 222, 258
Amos, Miss Elizabeth, 34,
45, 101, 186, 261
Anderson, Connie, 52, 81,
84, 70, 75, 96, 123, 207
Anderson, Darlene, 280
Anderson, Jo Ann, 260,
Anderton, Joy, 2017
Armstron Dann 5
Baker, Carrol, 113, 262
Baker, Mrs. Lou, 186
Baker, Mary, 86, 207
Ballard, Mrs. Anna, 178,
Bandera, Mike, 123, 280
Bane, David, 28, 168, 171,
177, 278, 280
Barcroft, Gary, 262
Barker, David, 52, 61, 85,
Barker, Mrs. Nadine, 186,
Barker, Teri, 280
Barksdale, Land, 52, 107,
Bamett, Carole Ann, 280
Barnhart, Sheila, 280
Barr, Linda, 280
Barrett, Joe, 280
Barrick, Larry, 280
Barton, Darlene, 38, 69,
70, 75, 96, 100, 118,
119, 121, 147, 207
Barton, Darryl, 281
Bates, Jerry, 84, 262
Baur, Ulrich, 207
Beard, Barbara, 70, 123,
Beard, Cynthia, 70, 96,
Bearden, Barry, 96, 262
Beck. Dennis, 87, 100, 280
Becker, Elaine, 70, 102, 280
Beebe, Bonnie, 28, 36, 52,
57, 96, 262
Bell, John, 280
Bell, Judith, 52, 86, 262
Bell, Opal, 95, 208
Bellomy, Carol, 52, 164,
Belville, Larry, 85, 208
Belovsky, Faith, 28, 93,
144, 278, 280
Blocker, Ernest, 66, 96,
Board of Education, 19
Bodkins, David, 262
Bodkins, Shirley, 52, 208
Boen, Jerry, 209
Bogard, Ronnie, 155, 156
Boland, John, 46, 66, 75,
96, 118, 123, 209, 257
Bond, Charles, 96, 209
Bond, Judy, 41, 70, 92, 96,
104, 115, 127, 128, 209,
Bond, Larry, 179, 281
Bontley, Cathy, 28, 52, 281
Booher, Mr. Paul, 187, 279
Mills, 52, 66, 75,
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168, 278, 280
Armstrong, Sandra, 262
Arnett, Sandra, 280
Ashworth, Clyde, 19
Ashworth, Jimmy, 66, 156,
Aston, Carol, 96, 262
Atkins, Don, 262
Atkins, Gary, 280
Beltzner, David, 262
Benbow, Reva, 70, 95, 280
Benbow, Ruth, 50, 70, 121,
Bennett, Cathy, 281
Bennett, Mr. Robert, 187
Bennett, Tommy, 262
Bentley, Henry, 123, 209
Boone, Clavin, 281
Booth, Cheryl, 281
Booth, Roger, 281
Booth, Vera, 123, 262
Bost, Eddy, 75, 96, 102,
Boultinghouse, Ruth, 2,
104, 121, 150, 152, 210
Bower, Gary, 281
Bowers, Joan, 93
Boxley, Linda, 121, 210
Boyd, Tommy, 281
Boys' State, 148
Bradfield, Bobby, 262
Brady, Bobby, 93, 210
Brady, Michael, 210
Branscum, Danny, 93, 263
Braswell, John, 78, 281
Braucht, Verna, 281
Braughton, Gary, 281
Braun, Donna, 281
Bray, James, 78, 79, 211
Brendle, Carol, 70, 118,
Brett, Donald, 113, 263
Brett, Gerald, 281
Brewer, Betty, 211
Brewer, Mrs. Max E., 187
Brewster, John, 52, 84, 89,
Bridges, Mike, 122
Bridges, Warren, 96, 211
Brittan, Chuck, 28, 46, 48,
61, 63, 64, 66, 75, 149,
Brittan, Marion, 75, 87,
Brodie, Har1'Y, 93, 263
118, 121, 212
Austin, Mary Ruth, 280
Autrey, Peggy, 280
Aves, Bill, 84, 89, 280
Ayres, Sandra, 102, 206
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Bacon, Jerry 81, 85, 89,
Bagby, Mac, 262
Baggett, Barbara, 110, 207
Baggett, Denyse, 262
Baggett, Donna, 280
Bailey, David, 95, 177, 206
Bailey, Emma, 70, 109, 280
Bailey, Marlin Dee, 93, 95,
Baily, Joe, 19
Baize, Saundra, 121, 207
Bergin, Jim, 174, 176, 178,
Bernard, Jackie, 121, 208
Bernard, Judy, 70, 85, 262
Berry, Gloria, 75, 96, 209
Berry, Tommy, 180, 181,
Bessey, Doug, 93, 281
Biggers, Jimmy, 145, 168,
Biles, Marie, 208
Birdett, Lola, 281
Bishop, Normaleta, 281
Blackmarr, Barbara, 95,
Bland, Shirley, 52, 61, 104,
120, 121, 125, 208
Blesi, Donna, 61, 70, 75,
Blesi, Johnny, 66, 75, 281
Bronstad, David, 28, 52,
61, 66, 75, 178, 265
Brooks, Alvin, 135
Brooks, Judy, 2.81
Brooks, Karen, 93, 281
Broshar, Linda, 95, 210
Betty, 123, 263
Brown, Bobby, 211
Brown, Carol, 102, 281
Brown, John, 93
Brown, Robert, 61, 263
Brown, Sandra, 96, 263
Brown, Sharon, 110, 263
Browning, Larry, 263
Browning, Mac, 66, 281
L nne 281
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Bruton, John, 281
Bryant, Linda, 281
Bryant, Wayne, 137, 211
Buchanan, Carol, 28, 93,
Buchanan, Curtis, 75, 179,
Bucher, Sue, '70, 75, 96,
Buck, Jimmy, 263
Buckalew, John, 8'7, 281
Buckalew, Lizabeth, 84,
Buckingham, Carol Lee,
52, 96, 104, 210
Buie, Homer, 281
Bumpass, Mickey, 211
Buntin, Judy, 93, 282
Burchfiel, Bobbie, 28, 38,
48, 60, 100, 121, 126,
128, 130, 141, 145, 147,
Burdick, Michelle, 108,
Burges, Bennie, 282
Burke, Cathie, 2, 28, 52,
61, 70, 104, 114,132,
Burleson, BetSY, 93, 282
Burleson, Byron, 263
Burleson, Mike, 282
Burnam, Carol, 211
Burnett, Ronnie, 78, 118,
Burress, Ikey, 27, 28, 75,
96, 97, 175, 180,183,
Burrow, Jimmy, 52, 87,
Burton, Gerald, 212
Busbee, Mrs. 134
Busch, Bob, 30, 263
Bush, Lee, 75, 155, 157,
174, 175, 180, 185, 265
Bussey, Robert, 46, 52, 61,
Butler, Dorothy, 52, 75, 95,
96, 119, 265
Butler, Judy, 263
Butler, Miss Nora, 187
Butler, Miss Pearl 188
Buzzell, Dorothy, 102, 282
Byers, Sherian Lee, 263
Byrom, Sandra, 52, 61, 70,
75, 96, 97, 100, 101,
Caddel, Beverly, 25, 43, 44,
70, 75, 81, 84, 96, 104,
Cafeteria staff, 134-5
Cagle, Jimmy, 169, 282
Cahill, Bobby, 66, 86, 96,
Cain, Gilbert, 2 1 3
Caldwell, Carol, 70, 100,
Cales, Bobb , 282
Camera Club, 96-99
Camp, Ed, 46, 61, 62, 64,
85, 96, 177, 212
Campbell, Mrs. Frances,
Campbell, Rod, 213
Campbell, Stevie, 28, 57,
96, 102, 104, 145, 265,
Campbell, Wilson, 66, 282
Campton, Patsy, 282
Cantrell, Buster, 168, 282
Cantrell, Doris, 110, 212
Cantrell, Thurman, 263
Capps, Kay, 95, 263
Cariker, Jerry, 78, 282
Carlson, Dennis, 28, 169,
Carmichael, Dick, 28, 66,
74, 96, 145, 155, 157,
164, 165, 166, 180, 183,
Carr, Kathy, 96, 104, 120,
Carrico, Margaret, 93, 212
Carrico, Tommy, 28, 171,
Carter, Charles, 178, 179,
Carter, Kenny, 282
Carter, Ronnie, 263
Carwile, Diane, 70, 282
Case, Bobby, 84, 122, 282
Casey, George, 212
Casey, Mike, 213
Casper, Mike, 282
Challenger, Scott, 213
Challenger, Susan, 93, 102,
109, 152, 282
Chambers, Andy, 168, 282
Chaney, Carole, 52, 70, 96,
102, 112, 115, 263
Chasteen, Anne, 2,' 28, 69,
70, 75, 96, 100, 101,
Cherry, Bill, 263
Cherry, Pat, 282
Chesnut, John, 168, 282
Chester, Nancy, 282
Chester, Shirley, 102, 213
Chism, Barbara, 84, 264
Chism, Ruth Ann, 84, 282
Christian, Gary, 93, 119,
Church, Elizabeth, 102,
104, 108, 110, 264
Clampitt, Bob, 282
Clare, Joan, 70, 96, 104,
Clark, Carol, 52, 70, 96,
104, 108, 264
Clark, Eleanor Lee, 214
Clark, Sandra, 282
Classes section, 184-296
Clausen, Janice, 102, 282
Clawson, Charles, 122, 264
Clay, C. B., 2,82
Clayton, Carol, 52, 89, 178,
Clements, Jan 282
Clements, Mrs. Mary, 188
Clifton, David, 87, 264
Clower, John, 179
Cobb, Donna, 96, 104, 118,
121, 214, 249
Coble, John, 66, 123, 155,
Cofer, Mary, 27, 28, 44, 52,
96, 98, 100, 114, 121,
Coker, Ronny, 282
Coleman, Craig, 52, 164
Coleman, Kathleen, 70, 93,
Collard, Jim, 215
Collins, Mr. Frank, 189
Collins, Nan, 28, 43, 52,
69, 70, 96, 100
Colt Corral staff, 2, 131-3
Colt staff, 126-9
Columbia, Lynn, 102, 264
Combs, Louise, 215
Compton, Kenneth, 264
Condley, Linda, 96, 264
Conkle, Verlen, 282
Conner, Kelton, 75, 96, 214
Conner, Mikel, 66, 264
Conner, Pat, 283
Connally, Linda, 96
Cook, Cynthia, 63, 75, 96,
104, 160, 264
Cook, Dawn Marie, 110,
Cook, Glenn, 264
Cook, Sammy, 283
Coonrod, Ronny, 215
Cooper, Bill, 61, 95, 107,
Cope, Jerald, 283
Copeland, Everett, 215
Corbitt, Gail, 283
Cordes, Paul, 52, 264
Corey, Dean P., 60, 80, 89,
Cornett, Clarence, 79, 283
Cosgrove, Ed. 52, 84, 215
Cosgrove, Jim, 215
Coulter, Jeannie, 84, 215
Counts, Mrs. Newana, 23
Counts, Mr. Woodrow, 16,
Covic, Connie, 61, 86, 96,
Cowley, Rebecca, 52, 70,
Cox, Betty Lou, '70, 264
Cox, Emmett, 93, 283
Cox, Jim, 264
Cox, Kent, 66, 75, 118, 283
Cox, Phil, 283
Cracraft, Geri, 52, 96, 216
Craig, Joan, 93, 283
Craig, Joanne, 28, 93
Craig, Judy, 118, '264
Craig, Loraine, 264
Crane, Janet, 93, 104, 122,
Craven, Larry, 283
Craven, Marianne, 70, 283
Crayton, Cindy, 44, 75, 93,
104, 107, 145, 285
Cree, JoAnn, 104, 216
Creed, Doris, 92, 96, 216
Cremer, Ronnie, 75, 178,
Creswell, Ray, 28, 78, 79,
96, 151, 217
Crittenden, Pam, 52, 70,
104, 122, 264
Cronan, Mike, 283
Crook, Fred, 19
Crook, Patsy, 93, 283
Cross, Charlotte, 100, 102,
Crouch, Mr. James, 189,
Crouch, Mrs. Marie, 189
Crouch, Molly, 52, 75, 96,
100, 119, 264
Culberson, Genie, 61, 70,
Culler, Mr. J. Edgar, 190
Cummings, Georgian, 28,
75, 76, 104, 264
Cmnmings, Joe, 96, 113,
Cunningham, Darlene, 108,
Cunningham, Dick, 283
Cunningham, Janet, 49, 69,
70, 76, 122, 283
Curlee, Mr. Sam, 75, 155,
Curtis, Fredda, 93, 283
Custodians, 134, 135
D. A. R., 148
Dahlin, David, 283
Dalley, Joe, 52, 86, 283
Dalton, Johnny, 283
Daniel, Monica, 52, 61, 64,
Damron, Franklin, 135
Daniel, Roy, 169, 283
Daniel, Vicki, 283
Daniels, Sonny, 93, 21'7
Daprille, Mike, 216
DAR Award, 149
Darby, Garry, 264
Darroch, Carol, 93
Davault, George, 283
Davis, Diana, 283
Davis, Eugene, 264
Davis, Larry, 216
Davis, Marty, 52, 70, 96,
100, 122, 264
Davis, Maude, 70, 283
Davis, Rhonda, 52, 96,
100, 102, 104, 265
Davis, Ronnie, 113, 265
Day, Shirley, 216
Deardorff, Phyllis, 102,
Debate Club, 107
Decker, Dianne, 70, 96,
102, 104, 265
Dedication, 4, 5
Deering, Jacque, 28, 70,
Deering, Suzie, 70, 76, 96,
100, 104, 265
DeFrank, Tommy, 283
DeLos Santos, Norma, 283
DeMaris, Tom, 13, 66, 119,
125, 155, 158, 166, 216
DeMott, Rene, 283
Dempsey, Dale, 87, 179,
Dennis, Becky, 70, 93, 104,
Dennis, Bob, 96, 217
D'Esposito, Elaine, 283
Devenport, Geneva, 102,
DeVore, Stewart, 52, 137,
Devotional Council, 95
Dickens, Billy, 112, 113,
Dickens, Richard, 96, 113,
Dickerson, Nancy, 284
Diggs, Gill, 96, 265
Dill, Ricky, 265, 282
Disch, Norvell, 85, 217
Dixon, Linda, 284
Dodson, Barbara, 284
Dodson, Kaye, 52, 61, 81,
85, 89, 218
Dodson, Tommy, 66, 96,
Doescher, Johnny, 177
Dominy, Harvey, 46, 66,
96, 1'74, 218
Donaghy, John, 284
Dormier, Kathy, 52, 71, 76,
77, 96, 265
Dorsey, Darleen, 218
Dotson, Judy, 76, 119, 122,
Doyle, Joe, 113, 265
Doyle, Sam, 93, 284
Drake, Glenda, 265
Dublin, Richard, 218
Duckett, Linda, 284
Duckett, Mona, 121, 219
Duey, Kaye, 284
Duff, C. C., 97, 105, 106,
Duffin, Sydney, 71, 284
Duke, Nancy, 104, 120,
Duncan, Dwight, 79, 284
Duncan, Jim, 52, 284
Dunn, Diana, 71, 76, 102,
Dappstadt, Jimmy, 284
Durham, Billy, 52, 16, 66,
Durkee, Danny, 79, 265
Dye, Larry, 284
Eades, Brenda, 284
Earley, Larry, 219
Earls, Elaine, 52, 102, 284
Eason, Clifton, 219
East, Steve, 265
Eddings, Anthony, 265
Edmonds, Sue, 265
Edwards, Cliff, 265
Edwards, Don, 87, 218
Eichelberger, Robert, 284
Elaner, Clinton, 284
Elder, Terry, 123, 284
Elick, Don, 84, 89, 96, 219
Elick, Jeannie, 38, 67, 96,
145, 147, 219
Elliott, Charleda, 284
Elliott, John, 46, 96, 177,
Elliott, Susanne, 265
Ellis, Cecil, 265
Ellis, Mrs. Jane, 65, 92, 95,
Ellis, Mike, 118, 155, 158,
Ellison, Thames, 52, 71, 96,
104, 130, 265
Emery, Jennie, 102, 284
English, Katherine, 71, 284
Enloe, Ginger, 118, 284
Enloe, Vicki, 284
Esenwein, Linda, 52, 284
Evans, Deanna, '71, 93,
Evans, Miss Flora Ann, 191
Evans, JimrnY, 93, 265
Evers, Ira, 28, 30, 93, 122
Evilsizer, Carolyn, 71
Ezzell, Ricky, 265
. F .
F. F. A., 78, 79
F. H. A., 67-74
F. N. A., 102, 103
F. T. A., 104-106
Fabel, John, 118, 284
Faculty section 186-203
Fagan, Eddie, 123, 284
Fagan, John, 66, 96, 114,
Falch, Janet, 52, 61, 265
Falvo, Jimmy, 168, 284
Fannin ackie 66, 76,
8, J ,
155, 158, 265
Fanning, Larry, 79, 265
Fanning, Roger, 168
Fanning, Sandra, 93, 265
Farhat, Mike, 28, 43, 59,
76, 96, 143, 155, 159,
161, 260, 265
Farney, Drenda, 284
Farr, Miss Ernestine, 2,
126, 129, 130, 131, 191
Farrell, Pam, 284
Faught, George, 13, 66,
122, 154, 159, 180, 182,
Faulkner, Mr. Newell E.,
30, 46, 191
Favara, Nancy, 71, 108,
Ferguson, Joel, 87, 122,
Ferguson, Susie, 285
Fernald, Margarette, 93,
Ferrell, Mike, 28, 61, 84,
92, 95, 96, 150, 219
Ferri, Jan, 86, 266
Ferri, Toni, 86, 266
Field, Larry, 266
Field, Richard, 266
Field, Sandi, 71, 93, 285
Fields, Larry Wayne, 220
Fields, Marilyn, 95, 285
Fillmore, Mike, 266
Finn, Larry, 52, 61, 266
Finn, Robert, 285
Fisher, Donna, 93, 285
Fisher, Vyeann, 52, 110,
Fitch, Patsy, 285
Fitzgerald, Don, 266
Flaherty, Christine, 285
Fleming, Mrs. Ann W.,
Fleming, Kathy, '71, 76, 93,
96, 100, 266
Flennikin, Ruby, 61, 102,
Fletcher, Calvin, 285
Fletcher, Jerry, 220
Flood, Barbara, 52, 96,
Flowers, Mike, 89
Floyd, Margaret, 71, 122,
Forbes, Judy, 100, 104, 285
Forcht, Thomas, 266
Ford, Hetty, 71, 178, 285
Ford, Linda, 71, 93, 285
Foreign Language Club,
Foreman, Sue, 86, 104, 221
Forge, Elaine, 93, 285
Forman, Kitty, 52, 87, 285
Foster, Bill, 285
Foster, Geneva, 95, 121,
Foster, Tom, 19
Founders Day, 45
Fowler, Mrs. Dixie, 17
Fowler, Rusty, 87, 177,
Fowler, Stephen, 220
Fox, Linda, 71, 285
Frank, Anne, 285
Franks, Bill, 221
French, L2-ITV, 95, 266
Frisbee, Carol, 266
Fry, Mrs. Margaret N., 64,
Fuentes, Pete, 220
Fullerton, Ann, 71, 93, 96,
Fullerton, John, 285
Fuqua, Terry, 266
Gaines, Cynthia, 71, 285
Gaines, Tony, 42, 50, 95,
112, 113, 220
Gainus, Tommy, 285
Galvan, Mrs. Mary, 192,
Gardner, Betty, 61, 71, 110,
Gardner, Mrs. Elizabeth,
Gardner, Richard, 266
Gardner, Sharon, 71, 118,
Garman, Gary, 76, 220
Garner, Bubba, 66, 96, 266
Garner, Linda, 51, 76, 92,
Garner, Rotan, 79, 285
Garrett, George, 93, 266
Garrison, Gaylene, 19, 76,
96, 123, 266
Garrison, Simpson, 76, 96,
155, 159, 221
Garvin, Karen, 266
Gaston, John, 266
Gaston, Marty, 28, 104,
Gauldin, Pat, 93, 96, 221
Gauthier, Fred, 285
Gaworski, Janice, 266
Geer, Gay, 266
Geier, Gary, 285
Geiger, Bruce, 266
Gentsch, Lewis, 123, 266
Genzel, Patricia, 71, 285
Genzel, William, 222
George, Ray, 96, 104, 110,
Gerell, Bob, 266
Gibbs, Herschel, 79, 285
Gibbs, Suzanne, 118, 285
Gibson, Janice, 285
Gibson, Jean, 285
Gibson, Johnny, 285
Gibson, Lynn, 285
Giessner, Ralph, 266
Gilbert, Barbara, 222
Gilbert, Gary, 286
Gilbert, Janie, 286
Gilbert, Jean, 43
Gilbreath, Mrs. Betty, 69,
Gillespie, Tim, 168, 286
Gilmartin, Cheryl, 71, 286
Girls of Month, 150, 151
Girls State, 148
Glass, Miss Marian, 193
Gober, Mrs. Linda, 193
Godfrey, Jim, 93
Godfrey, Karen, 71, 286
Godfrey, Ranley, 266
Godfrey, Ronnie, 222
Godwin, Roy, 76, 118, 155,
180, 181, 266
Goerdel, Ernest, 1315
Goin, Audrey, 223
Elaine, 101, 286
Goldman, Lynnette, 223
Goldner, Lou, 76, 95, 96,
Goldner, Susie, 104, 107,
Goleman, Larry, 286
Gordon, Don, 66, 96, 223
Gorman, Vicki, 71, 76, 96,
101, 123, 223
Gotcher, Darrell, 76, 96,
Gothard, Janie, 286
Gould, Sally, 28, 48, 69-
71, 76, 96, 101, 105,
119, 137, 223
Gowen, Carol, 105, 223
Gowin, Linda, 118, 286
Gowin, Ronnie, 28, 96, 258
Graham, James, 93, 286
Graham, Martha, 52, 61,
65, 127, 128, 130, 151,
Grayson, Mrs. Roberta,
Green, Sylvia, '71, 102, 286
Gregory, Gavin, 25, 28, 61,
Gregory, Jackie, 286
Greider, Leah, 286
Gresham, Jody, 223
Griffin, Judy, 97, 120, 223
Griffin, Linda, 266
Grigsby, Diana, 122, 286
Grimes, Ronnie, 286
Grimmer, Jack, 93, 117,
Grimmer, Lynne, 71, 95,
Grubbs, Paulette, 15, 38,
40 95, 121, 139, 146,
Guinn, Channe, 267
Gullino, Guy, 169, 267
Gullino, Linda, 71, 76, 97,
Gumpert, John, 267
Gunn, Floyd, 19
Guzman, John, 154, 160,
Haag, Dennis, 286
Haag, Sue, 71, 267
Haas, David, 286
Hale, Jack, 79, 224
Haley, Sandy, 102, 105,
108, 129, 267 -
Hall, Betty Gaile, 71, 101,
Hall, James, 62, 286
Hall, Joe Frank, 46, 97,
Hall, Mike, 286
Hall, Nancy Lynn, 93, 102,
Hall, Pat, 2, 61, 102, 130,
Hall, Ronald, 267
Hall, Ronnie, 267
Halloween Carnival, 31-34
Halsey, June, 76, 97, 101,
Ham, Martha, 224
Hamilton, Farrell, 76, 177,
Hamilton, Johnny, 286
Hamilton, Sandra, 71, 76,
97, 102, 225
Hampton, Gary, 286
Handley, Larry, 118, 267
Hankins, Patricia, 267
Hansen, Earl, 46, 76, 224
Hardwick, Mike, 61, 224
Hardy, Jimmy, 259
Harmon, Faye, 97, 101,
114, 121, 224
Harpe, Tommy, 224
Harpster, Linda, 286
Harrell, Billy, 225
Harrelson, Dee, 93, 225
Harris, Betty, 86, 225
Harris, Buddy, 119, 267
Harris, Mrs. Mary Juan,
Harris, Ronny, 286
Harris, Tommy, 85, 89, 286
Harrison, Harvey, 79, 286
Harrison, Marian, 76, 93,
95, 97, 119, 267
Hart, Lee, 28, 40, 43, 61,
107, l37, 145, 155, 160,
Hartley, Billy, 76, 97, 226
Hartsfield, Linda, 97, 104,
105, 121, 225
Hartz, Alvin, 168, 286
Holder, Gerald, 287
Harvey, Jesse, 97, 118, 177,
Harvey, Wayne, 15, 28, 97,
155, 161, 260, 267
Harwell, Gary, 168, 286
Hastings, Dixie, 226
Hauser, Ernest, 267
Havens, Beckie, 97, 226
Havrda, Diana, 267
Hawkins, Bryan, 67, 154,
167, 177, 227
Hawkins, Sue, 71, 76, 97,
118, 145, 267
Hayes, Judy, 81, 84, 111,
Hazel, Rita, 267
Head, Sharon, 95, 118, 267
Heard, Susan, 286
Heath, Glenda, 105, 267
Heath, Nancy, 71, 287
Heffington, Joyce, 28, 287
Heflin, Leigh, 97, 22'7
Heinz, Bobby, 46, 67, 76,
Heisserer, Katy, 71, 109
Held, Diane, 89, 287
Helms, Ronnie, 95, 267
Henchcliffe, George, 267
Hendrix, David, 76, 267
Hendrix, Don, 287
Henry, Larry, 76, 86, 97,
Henslec, Coy, 267
Henslee, Mary, 93, 118,
Henson, Cheryl, 76, 287
Henson, Stephen, 122, 267
Henz, Pete, 45, 155
Herbst, Vanola, 287
Herd, Linda, 267
Heron, Velda, 71, 97, 121,
Herr, David, 267
Herr, Joey, 267
Herrell, Jerry, 267
Herring, Al, 287
Hess M ron 171 267
i Y 3 Y
Hester, Charles, 97, 124,
Hewitt, Mrs. Mary C., 62,
Higginbotham, Judith, 97,
Higgins, Judy, 122, 227
Hightower, Suzanne, 28,
Hightower, Travis, 287
Hilek, John, 267
Hiler, Robert, 267
Hill, Don, 267
Hill, Coach Harold, 194,
Hill, Johnny, 95, 268, 287
Hipple, Gail, 95, 287
Hirsch, Dickie, 287
Hitter, Carol, 287
Hlivo, Mrs. Stella, 18
Hocker, Joyce, 61, 86, 110,
Hocker, Kenneth, 287
Hodgkins, Kay, 108, 268
Hoffman, Karen, 287
Hoffpauir, Rosan, 110,
Holbert, Mary Ann, 97,
Holder, Mrs. Nancy, 195
Holland, Mrs. Dorothy,
Holland, Judy, 45, 62, 71,
76, 97, 268
Holland, Roy, 268
Hollingsworth, Cecil, 115,
Hollis, Valerie, 122, 287
Holloway, Dean, 71, 268
Holman, Billie, 71, 72, 76,
97, 98, 101, 102, 119,
Holmes, Loy, 108, 110,
111, 122, 268
Holt, Lenny, 268
Holt, Susan, 71, 268
Homan, Larry, 228
Homecoming, 55, 40, 146,
Hook, Gerald, 268
Hooley, Pat, 97, 105, 121,
122, 127, 128, 228
Hooper, Dean, 97, 268
Hopper, Judy, 56, 65, 71,
97, 101, 145, 147,268
Hopson, Robert, 79, 268
Horbury, Donna, 71, 105,
Horsley, Bill, 85, 89, 268
Horton, Shirley, 287
Hosey, Ruth, 71, 95, 228
Houston, Brice, 15, 28, 76,
97, 154, 156, 159, 161,
165, 166, 167, 172, 177,
Houston, Jimmy, 168, 171,
Howard, Glen, 62, 268
Howard, Jack, 287
Howard, Suzanne, 95, 287
Howdy Week, 50
Howell, Carol, 268
Howell, Sonny, 287
Howell, Walter, 155
Howsley, Clemma, 2, 28,
61, 62, '76, 101, 119,
121, 155, 229
Hubbard, Bill, 95, 178,
Hubbard, Jimmy, 62, 65,
Hubbard, Michael, 169,
Huckabee, Donna, 28, 76,
110, 111, 122, 148, 228
Huckabee, Sandra, 102,
Hude, Harry, 287
Hudson, Carol, 72, 110,
Huebner, Richard, 62, 66,
67, 85, 177, 228
Huebner, Roger, 61, 62, 67,
85, 177, 229
Huff, Larry, 268
Huffman, Carylon, 15, 28,
69, 72, 76, 97, 102, 119,
Huffman, David, 87, 97,
Huffman, Steven, 95, 287
Hull, Linda, 109, 287
Humphrey, Robert, 268
Humphreys, Bill, 67, 125,
Humphries, Paul, 95, 107,
Hunt, Marcia, 97
Hunt, Reed, 86, 87, 122,
Hunter, Tommy, 268
Hussey, Shirlie,.72, 93, 228
Hutchinson, Guy, 19
Hutto, Marian, 72, 102,
Hyndrnan, Pearl, 121, 125,
Ibseri, Dorothy, 118, 260,
Imsande, Grant, 288
Ingle, Marc, 85, 95, 287
Inman, Bill, 229
Irons, Jimmy, 93, 178, 268
Ivie, Wayne, 76, 288
Ivy, Donna, 72, 110, 268
Ivy, Dwayne, 15, 76, 97,
154, 156, 160, 161, 229
Jackson, Jimmy, 2, 62, 95,
Jackson, Kenneth, 268
Jackson, Pat, 72, 97, 105,
Jackson, Steve, 15, 46, 155,
157, 162, 165, 166, 167,
James, Diana, 268
James, Larry, 268
James, Tommy, 268
Jamieson, John, 107
Jarrell, Becky, 55, 95
Jenkins, Janet, 97, 102, 269
Jenkins, Joanne, 72, 269
Jenkinson, John, 269
Jernigan, Paula, 28, 72, 95,
Jessup, Brad, 168
Jessup, Darlene, 89
Jewel, John, 269
Jinks, Anita, 55, 250
Jobe, Ann, 2, 59, 55, 62,
150, 152, 250
Jobe, Charles, 180, 181,
John, John, 179
Johns, Mrs. Gertrude, 27
Johnson, Mrs., 154
Johnson, Beth, 95, 269
Johnson, Bill, 168
Johnson, Charles, 269
Johnson, Dennis, 62, 85,
Johnson, Harold, 78, 269
Johnson, Jimmy, 250
Johnson, Johnny, 95, 269
Johnson, Larraine, 72
Johnson, Margaret, 62, 65,
81, 84, 250
Johnson, Raymond, 269
Johnson, Skipper, 269
Johnston, Dennis, 269
ton, Margaret, 95
Jones, Mrs., 154
Jones, Darlean, 76, 118
Jones, Darlene, 72, 251
122, 155, 251
Jones, Irish, 269
Hardy, 2, 46, 61,
Jones, Jerry, 15, 42, 76, 97,
140, 145, 155, 162, 251
Jones, Jill, 72, 9'7, 102, 269
Jones, John, 76, 97, 125
Jones, Richard, 107, 288
, Wanda, 288
Jordan, Chester, 78, 288
Jordan, Suzanne, 109, 288
Joy, Nicky, 28, 144, 168,
Joyner, Mrs. Arista, 195
Joyner, David, 84, 251
r Class, 260-277
r Favorites, 142
r Officers, 260
Junior Play, 116
Junior Rotarian, 150, 151
Junior Sponsors, 261
Karbock, Armin, 250
Karbock, Karl, 288
Kautz, Kenny, 76, 97, 269
Keagle, Kenneth, 288
Keating, Mrs. Delois, 18
Keen, Billy, 251
Keener, Clyston, 259
Kelly, Jackie, 97, 125, 269
Kelly, Judy, 95
Kelly, Mary, 121, 125, 251
Kelly, Nancy, 89, 95, 109
Kembor, Nancy, 250
Kemplin, Linda, 269
Kennedy, Ray, 78, 289
Kernan, Shelia, 72, 76,
Kevil, Barry, 179, 289
Kevil, Paula, 101, 102, 118,
Key Club, 66-68
Key, Mr. Harold, 21, 48,
Key, Tommy, 78, 289
Kilmer, Gene, 78, 269
Kimball, Connie, 102, 269
Kincaid, Bobbie, 105, 269
King, David, 110, 111, 125,
King, Everette, 289
King, Kay, 56, 62, 97, 101,
King, Melinda, 97, 101,
102, 118, 269
King, Richard, 155, 167,
Kinnison, Linda, 251
Kitterman, Blair, 169,
Kizer, Phyllis, 15, 98, 101,
Love, Robert, 93, 235
Klatt, Nancy, 15, 121, 232
Klutz, James, 46, 67, 172,
Knapp, Myrna, 112, 113,
Knight, Barbara, 62, 121,
Knight, Clinton, 269
Knight, Dan, 289
Knight, Eddie, 98, 122,
Knight, Norma, 289
Knight, Stan, 93, 289
Knott, David, 269
Knotts, Judy, 62, '72, 269
Knowles, Olen, 79, 289
Kocian, Jewell, 72, 269
Malone, Bruce, 28, 45, 55,
Kraybill, Gerald, 98, 232
Kropp, Patsy, 118, 289
Kunkle, Kathy, 62, 105,
Lacey, Mrs. Vera, 196
Lajudice, Kenneth, 155,
Lambert, Barbara, 269
Lamkin, Mark, 123, 232
Land, Mr. Philip, 196, 205
Landis, Harley, 93, 270
Lands, Mrs. Lyndall, 104,
Lankford, Dennis, 113, 289
Lankford, Jerry, 112, 113,
125, 180, 182, 232
Larsen, Randy, 93, 123,
169, 180, 289
Lasser, Bill, 289
Latham, Rex, 177, 232
Latina-Espanol Club, 52, 55
Lavallee, Lynn, 72, 289
Lawing, Harold, 270
Lawler, John, 51, 67, 76,
Lawrance, Edwin, 289
Lawson, Shelly, 105, 2170
Lawton, Arthur, 270
Leath, Janis, 62, 9s,120,
Leathem, Bryant, 289
Leblanc, Kenny, 270
Ledenham, James, 270
Lee, Jimmy, 233
Leeds, Pete, 93, 289
Lemay, Paul, 98, 270
Lemmons, Charlene, 119,
Lennington, Kent, 84, 270
Lett, Kenneth, 270
Leuty, Chelsia, 87, 98, 270
Lewis, Betty, 289
Lewis, Jameslyn, 95, 105,
Lewis, Sandra, 289
Library Service Club, 110,
Linn, Donna, 72, 98, 101,
Literary Club, 100, 101
Little, Clair, 98, 270
Littlejohn, Ronnie, '79, 270
Lively, Larry, 93, 234
Lloyd, Bill, 179, 234
Lockstedt, Janet, 101, 234
London, Martha, 234
London, Sandra, 93, 270
Long, Danny, 28, 75, 76,
Love, D. H., 95, 289
Love, David, 118, 168, 289
Love, Nancy, 86, 102, 108,
Love, Gene, 72, 98, 123,
Lowe, Mary Anna, 108, 129
Lowe, Preston, 113, 123,
Lowe, Tommy, 176, 270
Lutes, Tommy, 79, 270
Lutz, Cheryl, 89, 122, 289
Luzader, Patricia, 98, 235
Lynch, Nita Mae, 108, 270
Lynch, Tommy, 270
Mackie, Shari, '72, 289
Macri, Joanna, 62, 98, 105,
Mahan, Pat, 93, 98, 175,
Majka, Donald Charles,
Malone, Ann, 93, 105, 109,
60, 62, 63, 67, 98, 145,
151, 155, 163, 176, 179,
Malone, Doyle, 66, 155,
Malone, Elizabeth, 20
Malone, Gene, 270
Maner, Evelyn, 95, 121,
Mann, Dotty, 270
Manor, Mike, 270
Marks, Bill, 42, 67, 270
Marsh, Edwin, 270
Marsh, Ricky, 289
Marshall, Jodie, 76, 98,
Marshall, Rosemary, 72, 86,
87, 95, 271
Martin, Becky, 109, 120,
Martin, Carolyn, '72, 98,
Martin, Diane, 28, 123
Martin, Dickie, 79, 123
Martin, Leon, 271
Martin, Mac, 26, 41, 66,
67, 85, 92, 101, 151, 235
Martin, Mary Jane, 28, 69,
Martin, Rebecca, 28, 105,
Martin, Tony, 290
McDonald, Robert, 290
McDowell, Joan, 237
McFadin, Ema Jane, 290
McGiffin, Don, 62, 85, 89,
McGrath, Jack, 290
McGuire, Bernard Wayne,
McIntosh, Carole, 117
McKinnon, Johnny, 50,
123, 177, 271
McKissack, Monnie, 147,
McKnight, Tom, 236
McKoy, Judy, 105, 271
McLellan, Bonnie, 29, 69,
McLellan, John, 271
McLemore, Sharon, 236
McLung, Lynda, 72
McMahan, Judy, 95, 271
McMahon, Dolores, 72, 93,
98, 110, 236
McNamara, Lawrence, 231
McNeel, Judy, 237
McNulty, Kathleen, 109,
McPheeters, Cecil, 93, 94,
McPheeters, Richard, 290
McPike, Tommy, 93, 169,
McQueen, Mike, 290
McWethy, Edward, 84, 237
Mebus, Don, 41, 50, 52, 92
Mazo, Larry, 290
McAlister, Steve, 290
McBride, Ruth, 102, 108,
McBride, Valerie, 290
McBroom, Connie Jo, 290
McCain, Kay, 86, 101, 105,
McCain, Ronnie, 171, 290
McCarthy, Leonard, 236
McClain, A. J., 290
McClellan, John, 67, 76, 98
McClung, Lynda, 271
McCommas, Earl, 290
McCorkle, Lynn, 123, 236
McDaniel, Stan, 2'71
Mena, Faye, 271
Mendenhall, Leslie, 118,
Menegay, Mary Gaye, 271
Menger, Candy, 98, 108,
Menz, Tom, 59, 76, 98,
155, 164, 177, 238
Merbler, Jack, 168, 290
Mercer, Charlie, 135
Mercer, Kay, 290
Mercer, Robert, 290
Merrill, Connie, 98, 103,
Michener, Howard, 98,
119, 127, 180, 238
Michener, Jeannie, 290
Mickelson, Jean, 29, 57,
59, 60, 72, 76, 94, 93,
101, 121, 151, 206, 258
Middleton, Douglas, 290
Mikesell, Crai, 89, 290
Mikusek, Mrs. Bobbie, 108,
Milam, Ronnie, 291
Miles, Randy, 85, 271
Miles, Susan, 72, 103, 109,
Meeks, Murle, 271
Meisner, Barbara, 266, 290
Mell, Melody, 2'71
Marvin, Beth, 105, 110,
111, 121, 234
Mason, Betty, 109, 110,
Mason, Everett, 177, 290
Massey, Herman, 67, 74,
76, 98, 155, 235
Massey, Taylor, 235
Massey, Thurman, 98, 137,
Maszy, John, 29, 113, 235
Matetzschk, Bill, 93, 107,
Matsler, Richard, 105, 271
Matthews, Andie, 49, 72,
Matthews, Marvin, 13, 29,
42, 67, 75, 76, 94, 98,
155, 163, 166, 167, 236
Mayer, Al, 87, 271
Mayes, Carol', 101, 102,
Miley, Curtis, 291
Miley, Jimmy, 291
Miller, Jimmy, 291
Miller, Joan, 93, 108, 238
Miller, LaVerne, 103, 291
Miller, Lonnie, 67, 76, 98,
Miller, Stanley, 93, 271
Miller, Wayne, 291
Minter, Bob, 86, 98, 239
Miss A. H. s., 139
Mitchell, Jim, 291
Mitchell, Joyce, 2'71
Mize, Donnie, 291
Moffatt, Sally, 239
Moffett, Charlotte, 98, 101,
103, 260, 271
Moffett, Ron, 239
Monthey, Kaye, 93, 119,
Moore, Billy, 29, 46, 62,
66, 67, 76, 140, 150,
155, 158, 164, 165, 167,
Lindsey, Bonita, 93, 270
Lindsey, Perry, 289
Lindvig, Bjorn, 10, 11, 28
45, 62, 63,1 85, 138, 233
Edith, 105, 1 10,
Martin Mr. James W., 17,
Martin, James, 78, 79, 235
Karen Kay, 72, 93,
Mayes, Judy, 101, 102, 236
Mayhew, Janet, 29, 98, 102,
Mayo, Cheryl, 93, 271
Mays, Georgeann, 72, 76,
101, 121, 256
Bob 87 271
Moore: Dejah, 178, 291
Moore, Dorothy, 93, 291
Moore, George, 180, 182,
Moore, James, 291
Moore, Ouidga, 93, 271
Moore, Pam, 98, 271
Moore, Ronnie, 77, 95, 98,
180 181, 259
Moore, Sharon Ann, 98,
Moore, Sharon, 72, 98, 271
Moore, Sharon fSoph.J,
Moore, Ted, 291
Morales, Mary, 72
Morgan, Bob, 271
Morgan, Bobbie, 291
Morgan, Garvis, 271
, Linda, 93, 95, 291
Nichols, Jan, 54, 108, 272
Niles, Dennis, 113, 272
Nivens, David, 240
Nivens, Jerrie, 291
Nivens, Sharon, 72, 291
Nix, Nita Jo, 62, 110, 240
Nix, Sandra, 272
Nobles, Janey, 272
Nohavitza, Mr. Elo, 155,
171, 178, 197, 261
Norman, Ilene, 54, 272
Norman, Jean Ann, 108,
Parr, Mrs. Natalie D., 198,
Parra, Juanita, 242
Parrish, Gwen, 29, 101,
103, 121, 242
Parrish, Kathryn, 72, 99,
Parry, Randy, 272
Parsley, Mike, 178, 272
Parsons, Mike, 89, 127, 272
Paschal, Edgar, 99, 122,
Ooten, Jerry, 241
Morrison, Darrell, 272
Morrison, Pam, 291
Morrison, Mr. Roy C., 197
Morrow, Malcom, 238
Morrow, Martha, 86, 272
Mosby, DeeDee, 86, 98,
101, 103, 105, 116, 272
Moseley, Debbie, 72, 98,
Mosig, Larry, 239
Mosig, Sylvia, 55, 93, 110,
Mouck, Nancy, 89, 109,
Moyer, Michael, 239
Mr. A. H. S., 138
54, 272 Paschal, Gary, 54, 243
Norton, Linda, 291 Patrick, Robert, 87, 89, 272
Norton, Mike, 62, 85, 89, Patridge, Roy, 171, 292
241 Patterson, Gloria, Jean, 114
Norwood, Jim, 169, 291 243
Nowlin, John, 1315 Pa ne Charles 79 273
Mulkey, Charles, 110, 239
Murchison, Bill, 25, 29, 52,
54, 60, 62, 67, 81, 84,
89, 101, 148, 150, 239
Murchison, Mary Carolyn,
Murphree, Chris, 118
Murphy, Jimmy, 29, 74,
Murray, Evangeline, 72,
Nicholas, Juanice, 2, 69,
Murray, Julia, 272
Muscanere, Jo Jo, 272
Musser, David, 113, 240
Myers, Pat, 93, 272
M ers Robert 179 291
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Myner, Frances Ann, 123,
Myrick, Ann, 93
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Napier, Linda, 72, 77, 105,
Nation, Linda, 93, 240
Nead, Michelle, 240
Neal, Gail, '72, 122, 291
Nelson, Billy, 168, 291
Nelson, Brad, 67, 77, 123,
Newaski, Ed, 291
Newcomb, Jim, 62, 89, 272
Newcomb, Suzanne, 98,
Newsom, Kenneth, 113
Newton, Sarah Ann, 291
Nunn, Dianne, 121, 240
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O. G. A., 121
Oakes, Jackie, 29, 93, 98,
O"Connell, Cliff, 240
Office help, 119, 120
O'Halloran, Judy, 72, 77,
93, 95, 98, 272
Ola, Robert Lewis, 54, 62,
Oram, Diana, 292
Oram, Merrilee, 69, 72,
93, 95, 109, 292
O'Reilley, Dennis, 169, 272
Ormand, Mary, 62, 72, 108,
Ormsbey, Donna, 29, 93,
Orr, Charles, 54, 63, 272
Orr, Linda, 54, 103, 105,
Orris, Deel, 272
Osborn, Karl, 292
Osborne, Johnny, 155, 164,
Osgood, Steven, 292
Overtree, James, 63, 272
Owens, Don, 54, 93, 95,
98, 119, 241
Oyler, Dennis, 258
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Payne, Dickey, 273
Peabody, Bennett, 54, 63,
Peabody, James, 54, 242
Pearce, Gregg, 243
Pearce, Penny, 72, 93, 292
Pearson, Sandra, 273
Pederson, Don, 54, 63, 107,
Personality section, 136-
Perryman, Nancy, 273
Peterman, Carolina, 273, 93
Peterson, Linda, 54, 273
Pfarner, David, 54, 85, 243
Phillips Clayton, 242
Phillips, Dick, 292
Phillips, George, 106, 118,
Phillips, Kenneth, 273
Phillips, Linda, 99, 103,
Phillips, Mickey, 86, 273
Phillips, Mike, 292
Photographers, 1 24, 1 2 5
Oyler, Karen, 72, 292
P. T. A., 122
Pace, Elaine, 99, 107, 241
Packard, James, 110, 272
Page, Gary, 168, 292
Pahany, Bobby, 93, 179,
Pahany, Lazslo, 13, 99, 165,
Pahany, 25611, '77, 154, 260,
Palmer, Barry, 67, 292
Beverly Jean, 242
Marcelle, 72, 292
, Henry, 79, 272
Paris, Gary, 292
77, 100, 101, 121,
Nicholas, Kent, 29 1
Paris, Gregg, 292
Parkee, Sharon, 292
Parr, Donna, 242
Pierce, Grover, 243
Pierce, Pat QSophJ, 54, 72,
93, 99, 109, 273
Pierce, Pat Url, 103, 108,
Pierson, Bill, 169, 273
Pilcher, Carolyn, 77, 99,
101, 106, 243
Pirkle, Janice, 72, 118, 292
Pirtle, Judy, 54, 63, 72, 99,
Pittman, Dana, '72, 103,
Pitz, Larry, 273
Piwetz, James, 63, 84, 245
Plemons, Jerry, 29, 81, 85,
89, 99, 244, 246
Plemmons, Jo, 77, 99, 101,
Poe, Bobby Jack, 29, 46,
77, 85, 99, 118, 244
Poe, Jimmy, 292
Poindexter, Letha, 73, 273
Poindexter, Tommy, 78,
Pope, Mrs. Berta Mae, 63,
Poppelreiter, Bob, 273
Porter, Glenda, 93, 99, 101,
Post, Donna, 47, 69, 73, 77
93, 93, 99, 106, 119,
Potthoff, Janella, 292
Powers, Roy, 273
Prather, Harold, 54, 63, 77,
Prator, Jane, 273
Pratt, Keith, 292
Pratt, Linda, 54, 121, 245
Presnell, Dale, 85, 89, 99,
Price, Janais, 273
Price, Kay, 54, 110, 111,
Price, Miss Mamie, 22
Pride, C. B., 292
Proffer, Jessie, 63, 108,
128, 129, 130, 273
Proffet, Gary, 292
Ptomey, Alvin, 119, 180,
Ptomey, Joe, 292
Public School Week, 46
Pucella, Pete, 292
Pugh, Linda, 73, 292
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Quill and Scroll, 130
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Raish, Karen, 29, 54, 73,
77, 70, 99, 141, 142, 244
Ramette, Sylvia, 54, 63,
Raney, Bill, 93, 273
Rankin, Lyndal, 244
Ransom, Mike, 109, 292
Rash, Betty, 95, 273
Rash, Douglas, 99, 273
Rasor, Toy, 244
Raugh, Donna, 292
Rawdon, Ellen, 110, 111,
Rayburn, Martha, 73, '78,
99, 101, 103, 106, 114,
119, 121, 206, 245
Reasoner, Wanda, 73, 245
Red Cross Council, 118
Reddell, Jo Ann, 54, 73,
Redden, Rex, 245
Reddick, Hal, 47, 54, 99,
Reddy, Gordon, 42, 292
Reed, James, 273
Reed, Janice, 273
Reed, Margaret, 246
Reel, Sandy, 103, 246
Reeves, Claudia, 95, 99,
Reeves, Mr. Wylie P., 198
Reid, Peggy, 29, 293-
Reid, Tommy, 168, 293
Reinard, Barbara, 273
Reynolds, Mrs. Mary, 198
Reynolds, Nancy, 103, 114,
Reynolds, Tina, 274
Rhodes, Bobby, 78, 79, 246
S ear ean 86 275
Rhodes, Jack, 84, 89, 247
Rhue, Sandra, 274
Rich, Lynda Carol, 73, 247
Rich, PatSY, 93, 293
Richards, Christy, 122, 293
Richards, Gordon, 293
Richards, Sue, 93, 293
Richardson, Cherryl, 293
Richardson, Cynthia, 54
Richardson, Olvie, 274
Ricketts, Larry, 87, 247
Riggs, Fred, 99, 124, 247
Riley, Don, 172, 175, 176,
Rinehart, Rita, 274
Ritchey, John, 274
Ritchey, Linda, 93, 274
Ritter, Mr. John T., 112,
Rivers, Ricky, 29, 77, 99,
Roberson, Dottie, 103, 293
Roberson, Robert, 171
Roberts, Betsy, 274
Roberts, Bill, 54, 67, 274
Roberts, Don, 293
Roberts, Iris, 54, 73, 274
Roberts, Nancy, 247
Roberts, Norman, 67, 77,
93, 99, 153, 167, 274
Robertson, Ann, 73, 110,
Robertson, Gary, 293
Robertson, Mr. James, 199
Robinson, Robert, 293
Roche, Dan, 99, 180, 182,
Roddy, Miss Melba, 57, 60,
Rodieck, Johanna, 29, 86,
Rodriques, Richard, 293
Rogers, Dan, 87, 109, 293
Rogers, Myrtie, 247
Rogers, Randy, 54, 171,
Roquemore, Mr. E. A., 61,
Rosamond, Rosalyn, 54, 73,
Rose, Bob, 293
Ross, Frank, 274
Roten, Sharon, 274
Rothermel, Diane, 274
Rowland, Bill, 54, 99, 234,
Rucker, Bob, 84, 293
Rush, Pat, 73, 123, 247
Rushton, Billy, 247
Russell, Ann, 99, 248
Russell, Bob, 99, 125, 293
Russell, Dusty, 178, 179,
Russell, Eric, 293
Russell, Janie, 293
Russell, Jerry, 293
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Russell, Phyllis, 73, 95, 99,
Ryan, Shannon, 274
Safety Council, 75-7'7
Sampson, Betty, 73, 106
Sampson, Emily, 73, 93,
Sanders, Robert, 179, 293
Sanders, Marquita, 93, 274
Sandoval, Julian, 274
Sarno, Pat, 103, 123, 274
Saunders, Amick, 293
Saunders, Carolyn, 103,
Saunders, Linda, 73, 93,
101, 103, 248
Savage, Judy, 248
Scanlan, Linda, 73, 101,
104, 106, 115, 118, 249
Scarborough, Jane, 54, 77,
94, 106, 274
Scholwinski, Charles, 274
Schug, Carmelee, 2, 29, 61,
65, 95, 101, 121, 130,
131, 148, 149, 225 ,248
Scott, Shari, 54, 99, 118,
Scottino, Carolyn, 73, 99,
Seale, Kathie, 93, 274
Searcy, Paula, 29, 54, 99,
123, 125, 274
Seay, Elizabeth, 274
Sebastian, Phil, 249
Sellers, Jerry, 274
Senior Class, 204-259
Senior Favorites, 114
Senior Officers, 204
Senior Play, 114-115
Senior Prom, 50, 51
Senior Socials, 48
Senior Sponsors, 205
Sessions, Johnny, 63, 67,
85, 99, 274
Sexton, Don, 113, 274
Shackelford, Odell, 191
Shannon, Carol, 293
Shemwell, Jim, 77, 122,
Sherman, Bill, 46, 54, 67,
Sherrill, Mrs, 134
Sherrill, Donna, 73, 93,
Sherrod, Mrs. Cloye L., 121
Shockley, VaLois, 54, 77,
Shope, Lynda, 54, 99, 103,
118, 122, 125, 274
Shouse, Shelia, 275
Shrum, Wayne, 248
Shuck, Gerry, 293
Sh-upee, Mrs. Mildred, 200
Shurmon, Karen, 95, 106,
Shuster, Mary, 103, 2'75
Siddon, Tomarie, 2, 39, 63,
104, 114, 115, 130,'132,
Sier, Bobbie, 73, 77, 99,
101, 106, 249
Simmons, Carolinda, 73,
Simmons, Dianne, 275
Simonton, Don, 249
Simpson, Bobby, 275
Simpson, Eddie, 77, 99, 249
Sims, Roy, 250
Sinclair, Kay, 275
Siver, Barbara, 54, 63, 275
Skelton, Joe, 168, 171, 293
Skelton, Mrs. Juanita, 23
Skiles, Keith, 13, 29, 54,
77, 151, 155, 165, 166,
Skinner, David, 179, 250
Slaughter, James, 113, 275
Smith, Albert, 275
Smith, Ann, 84, 89, 250
Smith, Don, 293
Smith, Donna, 73, 99, 101,
Smith, Gary, 54, 63, 122,
Smith, Janet, 93, 251
Smith, Mr. Jerry, 44, 22,
Smith, JoAnn, 73, 275
Smith, Lucy, 275
Smith, Marilyn, 54, 93, 106
Smith, Ronny, 275
Smith, Sandra Kay, 54, 63,
75, 77, 81, 84, 99, 101,
Smith, Sanford, 293
smifh, sum, 75, 95, 106,
Smithers, Jimmy, 294
Frank, 78, 79, 95,
Snoddy, Lorraine, 294
Snodgrass, Mrs. Ena Ray,
Snook, Ann, 99, 250
Snowden, Bo, 77, 155, 165,
Sommers, Karell, 56, 99,
Sommers, Stan, 294
Sophomore Class, 278-296,
Sophomore Favorites, 143
Sophomore Hi-Y, 109
Sophomore Officers, 2'78
Sophomore Social, 49
Sophomore Sponsors, 279
Soward, Mike, 294
Spain, Ronald, 54, 99, 251
Spalding, Ed, 99, 179, 275
Spann, Mrs. Marjorie, 184,
185, 201, 205
Sparrow, Pete, 54, 63, 122,
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Spence, Jan, 77, 99, 120,
Spencer, Annette, 29, 54,
73, 99, 101, 259
Spiva, Kay, 73, 275
Sports, 152, 183
Spracklen, Mr. F. H., 201,
Sprott, Mary Ann, 251
Spruance, Pat, 2, 54, 99,
Spruance, Susan, 54, 84,
106, 109, 294
Squires, Carole, 251
St. Peter, Judy, 54, 63, 99,
106, 114, 252
Stallard, Martha, 73, 994
Stamm, Sharon, 275
Stanford, Beverly, 40, 63,
95, 99, 101,117, 175
Starke, Gayle, 25, 54, 77,
99. 101, 106, 2'75
Starks, Dolores, 275
Steakley, Judy, 15, 77, 99,
100, 101, 119, 121, 251
Steele, Michael, 275
Steinecke, Alan, 54, 275
Steineke, Georgia, 118, 275
Stephens, Donna, 294
Stephens, Sara, 93, 294
Stepp, Al, 13, 29, 67, 99,
Stevens, Glenda, 93, 110,
Stevens, Shirley, 77, 87, 99,
Stewart, Duane, 294
Stewart, George, 77, 275
Stewart, Larry,t78, 294
Stewart, Pamela, 89, 294
Stewart, Sandra, 84, 99, 252
Stewart, Mr. Thomas Paul,
Stiles, James, 29, 78, 79,
Stinson, David, 294
Stinson, Miss Sue, 201
Stocker, Heinz, 252
Stonaker, Lou Ann, 122,
Stone, Harold, 275
Stone, Harry, 294
Stout, Terry, 87, 294
Stovall,. Lynda, 25, 94, 253
Stover, Lariece, 294
Strain, Judy, 73, 275
Stribling, Jeanette, 103, 275
Stribling, Pam, 73, 120,
Strickland, Helen, 23, 120
Strickland, Susan, 87, 99,
Stroud, Lynda, 77, 252
Stroud, Sharon, 73, 275
Student Council 26-29, 43,
Sulak, Cyril, 54, 275
Sumblin, Ellen, 294
Summerford, Jackie, 42,
77, 99, 123, 155, 166,
Summers, Linda, 294
Sutton, Jim, 180, 195, 294
Swan, Jerry, 294
Swan, Richard, 2'76
Swaner, Linda, 294
Swearenger, Sandra, 93, 93,
Swope, Dee, 54, 294 '
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Tallon, Sheila, 93, 118,
Tamplin, Betty, 122, 252
Tannahill, Mary, 54, 63,
Taylor, Aldah Jo, 54, 85,
101, 106, 121, 252
Taylor, Glen, 93, 171, 252
Taylor, Glen, 294
Taylor, Margaret, 294
Taylor, Walter, 87, 294
Temple, Ronnie, 244
Thomas, Dora, 54, 276
Thomas, James, 87, 93
Thomas, Sandra, 63, 73,
Thomerson, Linda, 54, 89,
Thompson, Betty Ann, 86,
99, 103, 122, 252
Thompson, Mr. Guy, 177,
Thompson, Patsy, 253
Thorla, Becky, 29, 77, 98,
99, 101, 106, 141, 151,
Thornton, James, 99, 253
Thorsen, Terry, 86, 118,
Thrasher, Bill, 294
Threadgill, Stanley, 294
Tinker, Carolyn, 54, 106,
Tisdale, Toby, 2, 54, 62,
63, 95, 99, 101, 119,
130, 133, 178, 254
Todd, Jonnie, 54, 106, 276
Todd, Meredith, 54, 254
Tomerlin, Reggie, 254
Tomlin, Harold, 78
Tompkins, Helen, 93,,294
Topping, Francis, 295
Topping, Topper, 87
Townsend, Alice, 93, 122,
Townsend, Ricky, 25, 95,
97, 124, 254
Truby, Steve, 295
Tubb, Paul, 54, 295
Tucker, Connie, 295
Tucker, Glen, 78, 295
Tucker, Jerrie, 42, 118, 295
Tucker, Rusty, 295
Tucker, Suzanne, 73, 77, 99
101, 103, 255
Tull, Mike, 78, 255
Turner, Bill, 276
Turner, Iris, 62, 118, 276
Turner, Mandi, 54, 93, 295
Turner, Nancy, 46, 63, 73,
99, 101, 103, 106, 255
Turnham, Mrs. Vada C.,
69, 202, 205
Turns, Betty, 255
Tuttle, Pamela, 93, 103,
Uggen, Willis, 919, 276
Upton, Lynne, 295
Urie, Lida, 295
Urie, Thomas, 254
Utterback, Lance, 122, 168,
Vader, Prudy, 73, 99, 106,
Valant, Gary, 86, 276
Vanferson, Annette, 108,
Vaughn, Joyce, 295
Vaughn, Sherry, 73, 93,
Vennum, Alice, 73, 93, 98,
106, 112, 118, 119, 276
Vennum, Quentin, 99, 255
Veres, Clinton, 29, 42 46,
77, 99, 254
Vermillian, Judy, 276
Vernon, Pam, 295
Viegas, Larry, 276
Vileta, Corless, 29, 63, 110,
Webb, Linda, 93, 106, 295
Webb, Shirley, 257
Webber, Denny, 169, 295
Webster, Judy, 101, 103,
Weed, Roger, 54, 85, 89,
Weicker, Gretchen, 54, 77,
Weitricht, Diana, 73, 106,
Welch, Sue, 295
Westbrook, James, 295
Western Day, 41, 42
Wetherbee, Jow, 46, 256
Whaley, Mac, 295
Whipple, Donna, 85, 277
Wohltman, Anthony, 296
Wolf, Ann, 123, 278, 296
Wolf, Beverly, 259
Wolfskill, Regina, 54, 86,
87, 95, 277
Wommack, Ray, 93, 179,
W0Od, Bob, 77, 168, 296
Wood, Jay, 296
Wood, Mary Ann, 52, 54,
93, 106, 277
Wood, Mike, 11'7, 277
Wood, Mr. Roy, 16, 18
Wood, Tom, 54, 99, 277
Wood, Tommy, 29, 67, 77,
92, 94, 99, 1141, 258
Woodhead, Robert, 277
Voge, Sandra, 103, 108,
Von Hatten, Mary Lou, 93,
Voss, Jim, 295
Wade, Mrs. Michele, 202
Wade, Patricia, 93
Waibel, Lynn, 29, 30, 54,
77, 101, 255
Walden, Mike, 295
Walden, Pat, 73, 99, 276
Walden, Randa, 276
Waldrop Don, 54, 168
Wales, Robert, 63, 118, 255
Walker, Calvin, 178
Wallace, James, 276
Wallace, Linda, 255
Waller, Richard, 295
Walter, Allen, 276
Walters, Linda, 93, 95, 276
Walton, Tommy, 177
Wanker, Jim, 256
Ward, Beth, 29, 94, 256
Ward, Hugh, 276
Ward, Jimmy, 99, 125, 276
Ward, Terry, '73, 75, 76,
77, 121, 256
Warren, Barbara, 73, 77,
99, 106, 276
Warren, Nancy, 276
Warwood, Starlett, 73, 276
Watkins, G. Kenneth, 99,
Watkins, Kenneth, 27, 29,
67, 77, 155, 166, 180,
Watkins, Marie, 110, 121,
Watson, Billy, 276
Watson, Johnny, 54, 87,
Watson, Ronny, 99, 116,
Watson, Wayne, 113, 276
Weatherford, Kathleen, 85,
92, 99, 256
Weatherred, John 77, 99,
Webb, Mr. John, 2, 4, 5,
10, 16, 20, 63'
Webb, Linda, 276
Whipple, Emory, 54, 84,
Whipple, Susan, 85, 257
White, David, 93, 257
White, Jimmy, 295
White, Larry, 87, 295
White, Robert, 168, 1'71,
White, Sharon, 295
Whitehead, Janice, 73, 122,
Whitenight, George, 63,
Whiteside, Charles, 277
Whitney, John, 295
Whitt, John, 277
Whitt, Sara Jo, 54, 93,
Whitten, Mrs. Audine, 21,
Whitten, Mary, 23, 29,
119, 150, 257
Whitlock, Mr. Norman,
Whitworth, Avon, 29, 92,
95, 148, 257
Wilbur, Philip, 54, 86, 296
Wilcod, Gary, 296
Wilhelm, Freddy, 296
Wilkinson, Grace, 296
Williams, Mrs. Catherine,
Williams, Cheryl, 101, 103
Williams, Deborah, 110,
Williams, Don, 296
Williams, Faye, 296
Williams, Pat, 99, 106, 277
, Sonny, 173, 180,
Willis, Uggen, 276
Wilson, David, 296
Wilson, Linda, 296
Wilson, Linda Jean, 296
Wilson, Mike, '79, 296
Mitchel 29, 110,
Wilson, Rodney, 277
Wilson, Sammie, 106, 258
Winans, Maria, 86, 93, 258
Windham, Milton, 259
Wine, Floyd, 86, 296
Winnett, Janice, 277
Winter, Gary, 99, 123, 259
Wise, Charlene, 51, 63, 73,
77, 84, 99, 106, 121, 259
Woodley, Scotty, 73, 277
Wooley, Sandra, 277
Wooten, Sonny, 112, 113,
Workman, Mr. Mayfield,
60, 154, 203
Workman, Rusty, 49, 171,
Worley, Jerry, 168, 179,
Wright Andy 154, 277
Wrightj Jay, 277
Wright, Jeanie, 93
Wright, Johnny, 99, 178,
Wright, Joyce, 277
Wright, Sharon, 93, 101,
Wright, Sharon Sue 99,
Wynne, Paul, 177, 277
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Yale, Eddy, 258
Yale, Tony, '79, 296
Yancer, Bob, 76, 99, 155,
166, 173, 277
York, Charles, 296
York, Dianne, 73, 296
Young, Bill, 296
Young, Bobby Don, 258
Young, Dana, 277
Young, Diane, 277
Young, Grady, 296
Young, Harrison, 277
Young, Jerry, 296
Young, Judy, 73, 99, 101,
Young, Robert fSr.J, 259
Young, Robert fJrJ, 43,
44, 79, 277
Young, Sherry, 296
Young, Sherry, 296
Young, Jr., Wiley, 259
Younkin, Karen, 54, 259
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Zimmerman, Jimmy, 67,
76, 99, 113, 259
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