C F Brewer High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (White Settlement, TX)
- Class of 1983
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We have a winning 'football team and a
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extracurricular activities that strengthen
sur physical being but our inner man is
strengthened by teachers who care about
nur students and the many advantages we
have to further our knowledge through
career training, science math, and English.
We are proud of the fact that we have the
opportunity 'to become well-rounded,
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We've Got Spirit, How ,Bout You?
Pep rallies are a very important part
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The thought of graduating from high
school is exhilarating. This happy
thought began when our seniors first
entered high school as starry-eyed
freshmen. This year's seniors are a
fun-loving group who have also learned
to be serious-minded students. This
summer will be filled with lots of fun
before they turn to their new lives as
college students, parents, or business
people. Good luck to all the graduating
seniors and we hope you carry with you
all your lives the spirit of Brewer High
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Four Years Gone But
Memories Last Forever
Cheryl Lynn Abbott, "Chow," participated in the
Symphonic and Marching Band, and band aide. She
received awards for three years State Marching, and
Superior ratings at UIL Marching Contest. Cheryl
remembers band trips, "if I wasn't Cheryl I'd swear I was
Carol, Whut????? Whut?????????" and all the memories
Brian Alcorn, "Acorn," participaed in Band, Young
Christians, golf. He received awards for State Marching
contest two years. Brian remembers Pizza Inn, football
games, singing on the rafters in building trades, hunting,
Bluegrass Picker, Friday nights in Azle, "HEY, aren't you
Bobby's little Brother," after church fellowships and
Linda Barnett works at Winn Dixie on Las Vegas Trail,
drives a '69 Dodge Dart. Linda enjoys horseback riding,
swimming, singing, skating, dances and going to the
Theresa Beasley works at Rucker's Radio and Television
and drives a '69 Mustang. She participated in softball,
track, band, Flag Corps, FHA Secretary, and OEA.
Theresa remembers meeting Tim, football games, Pizza
Inn, and falling down at the track meets.
Rachel Ann Beck, La Petite and Steak and Ale, '76 Monte
Carlo, HECE for two years, parties on the weekends, going
down the Bowie on Friday and Saturday nights, Rachel
Kevin Bernard works at Revco and drives ,81 Toyota
Celica. He has participated in I.C.T. Kevin remembers
cruisin' Camp Bowie, University of Texas is lil, his Bud,
and most of all the times with KIM.
Todd Boatman, "Toddler," works at Captain D's and
drives '79 Plymouth Arrow. Participated in Paint and
Body for two years. Todd remembers all the good times,
Westpoint, and Pizza Inn. The first party out at John's
land that he doesn't remember at all, cruising the Bowie
and all the F.C.B. and D.D.P.
Chris Bolin, "Bolin head," participated in NHS, Math
Club Executive Asst., and Annual Staff. He received
awards for Who's Who Junior Class, honors Am. History
and World History, English II and III, Voice of
Democracy, and Most Studious. Chris remembers trip to
library, Pillow Head, Putt-Putt and the Bowie.
Carol Gwen Abbott, "Ralph," participated in Young
Christians, office aide, Marching, Concert and th
Symphonic Band. She received awards as Band
Representative, superior ratings at UIL and UTA Sol:
and Ensemble Contests. Carol remembers band trips, "ii
I wasn't Carol I'd swear I was Cheryl," football games'
witnessing for the Lord, and times with LEE.
Dianna Abbott, "Anna," participated in NHS, Language
Club, Symphonic and Marching Bandi She received
awards for Who's Who among American High Schools, 8
years' perfect attendance, Best Senior Citizen, awards at
UIL, UTA and Azle Solo and Ensemble Contest, and NHS
secretary. Dianna remembers band trips, especially
Florida, and all the good times shared with friends.
Deborah Diane Barnett, "Debby," participated in Drama
Drill Team, track and Woods and Water. Debby
remembers football games, pep rallies, "It's Magic,'
cruisin' the Bowie, class parties, Westpoint, Drill Tearrl
and Athletic Banquets, Proms, Church, Monday nigh
movies, hunting devil worshipers, Drill Team Contest
school dances, Cisco Drill Team member,
Terry Bartlett, "Bartlett," works at Taco Bueno an
drives a '72 Datsun S10 station wagon. He participated i
Marching Band, and Concert Band, received awards fo
Who's Who in Building Trades. Terry remembers th
band trips to Austin and to other football fields, an
meeting people from different schools.
Alex Beck, "Capt Brewer," drives '68 red Volkswagen. H
participated in Varsity football 3 yrs. received awards i
Honor Society, zone champions, and football tea
captain. Alex remembers air guitar, knee surge
two-a-days, Mr. Pucker contest winner.
Steve Bell works at KeMart and drives a '73 Ranchero. H
has participaed in basketball for three years. Stev
remembers Weatherford J.V. basketball gam
shoepolishing with Big Al, his favorite teacher Mis
Ponder, URRRRRR! C.D., cutting down waddles a
Sharon Bigby, "Sheri," participated in Woods and Wate
Drill Team, OEA, and DECA and was historian of DEC
also. Sheri remembers Westpoint, sophomore Syndrom
cruisin' Westpoint with K.K. on the floor boar
Homecoming 81-82, coming home for Prom, going awa
party, 2 straws with Mary, all the wonderful memori
Greg Boe, "Bee," drives a 80 Mazda B2000 Pick-up. H
participated in Marching, Symphonic and Jazz Band
Greg remembers all of his friends from Brewer and fro
other schools as well, Marching Band at UIL, all th
hard-working and warm people at the state band trip.
Craig Bonner, "The Bon," works at Minyards and drive
a '76 Red Cutlass Sport. He participated in basebal
H.E.C.E. and enjoys art classes. Craig remembers footba
games, Pizza Inn, Westpoint, I Gotcha, last 3 days o
Junior year, parties he doesn't remember after all, and al
the parties at the land.
Raymond Brantley, "Bert, Bart, Bush," participated in
National Honor Society. Raymond remembers annual
staff, metal shop with turtle, Captain Brewer and all his
women, Draper getting stuck at Jack in the box, telling
John he looks like his sister, Bubba and his shorts, Duffs,
LA-LA Daze Fat Boy fCoferJ.
Rhonda Brown participated in OEA Club, YAC Club, and
Woods and Water. She was reporter for OEA Club. Rhonda
remembers Swimming at Days Inn fully dressed, Parties,
Prom, Sr. Homecoming, Daltons, Camp Bowie, Holding up
the Halll, Great Sr. Class 83, And all special memories of
the past and times to come with STEVE.
Debbie Buchtan participated in VOEXOEA, Woods and
Water and was Bat girl for Baseball team. Debbie
remembers baseball party 82, Homecomings, Athletic
Banquets, Daltons, Westpoint, Nov. 13, 1981, Halloween
82, Junior lake parties, Senior pep rally, and all the great
times with RICHIE.
Quintin Cargill works at Parton's Pizza and drives 69 GMC
Pick-up. He participated in Football, Junior Achievement,
and Track. Quintin remembers parties, football games,
track meets, Westpoint, the lake, two-a-days, Fitin my
Pick-up, all of his friends, and playing Brownwood in the
Mark Chaffin, "Porky and Peanut," works at Delta
Wireline Products. He participated in Building Trades,
Young Christians, and Whiz Kids. Mark remembers 81-82
Junior-Senior Prom, Dallas, Pizza Hut after Whiz Quiz
match. and 82 Lincoln Continental.
Deanna Clawson, "Agnes," works at Taco Bueno and
drives 69 VW Bug. She participated in Marching, and
Symphonic band, Softball, and Language Club. She
received awards for State Marching Contest for 3 years,
and State Solo and Ensemble Contest. Deanna remembers
Cruisin the Bowie with LH, CD, and VC., band trips, last
pep rally, shaving cream.
Floyd Croft drives a Ford Maverick. He participated in
Varsity Football. And went to Play offs for North Zone
Champs against Brownwood. Floyd remembers Changing
flats, Putt Putt, ticket on the Bowie, front seat of the
pick-up, being blamed for breaking Quintins pick-up,
parties, and football.
Cherri Renee DeLosSantos participated in Woods and
Water, Prom Committee, VOEIOEA, Volleyball. She
served as Vice-president of OEA Department, and was
Chairman of Dance Committee. Renee remembers
Homecoming Hall 79-83, D.M., JP, BK, TK, TT, TB.,
"Thanks for all the great times, her special friend Sherri,"
4A4 north zone champs, and the memories of CHRIS.
Caressa Dollahite participated in Language Club,
Marching, Symphonic and Jazz Band, and Softball. She
received awards for All-Region Band, UIL Solo and
Ensemble Superiors, Band Sweetheart, State Solo
Superior, Who's Who in Music, and NAJE Jazz award.
Caressa remembers Lamb jokes, V.C. and the Cliffhanger,
D.C. wildness, and a terrific friend.
Andy Brooks, "Dr. Pepper Kidf' works at the National
Guards. He participated in Paint and Body, Rodeo, and
enjoys Fishing, and Hunting. Andy remembers Monday
night at the Movies, going to hospital with Rodeo buddies,
Saturday Nights at Alta Vista, motorcycle riding with
Todd Boatman, and Bulls.
Roger Bryant drives 70 Ford pick-up. He participated in
Marching band 4 years, and Symphonic band 3 years, he
enjoys art also. Roger remembers going to State with
Marching Band, band trips, football team winning North
Zone, the years I spent with C.K.N.
Kathy Byers, "Red," works at Food Bin. She has
participated in Symphonic and Marching Band, Varsity
Track, and was President of Math Club. Kathy received
awards for a Who's Who in Chemistry I. She remembers
Senior parties, Symphonic and Marching band trips,
Going to the mall with Zane and Chris, and memories of
Sammy T. Carr II, "Trooper," drives 82 Chevette. He
participated in National Honor Society, Yac Club, Track,
and FRA Secretary. Sammy remembers Crusin the Bowie,
Parties at Westpoint, dances, football, Pizza Inn, and Pep
Sylvia Chapa works at River Oaks Dental Clinic, and drives
62 Comet, "Ratmobile." She participated in Volleyball,
and Language Club. She received awards for ICT
Vice-President, and was a member of the National Honor
Society. Sylvia remembers cruising the Bowie after the
Charlotte Renae Cochran, participated in Drill Team,
HECE, DECA, and Yac. Renae remembers best years 10th,
and Sr. most fun year, P.E. Aide, D.T. Camp, HECE with
S.V., 10 second lunches at Chic-Fil-a, Minyards parking
lot, homecoming 82-83 with J.W., Terry Wilson, HECE
Banquet, Cruising the Bowie, and Don't drink the
Juanita Dean, "Nita," participated in FHA. She works at
the Western Hills Nursing Home. Juanita remembers all
the football games, pep rallies, short lunches, and her
Todd DeShong participated in band, and NHS 3 years. He
received awards for 4 yrs. Superior UIL Solo and Ensemble
State Soloist, Outstanding Ensemble and Solo at UTA, 3
yr. first-chair All-Region, Who's Who Among American
High School Students, NHS President, Soph. Class
President. Todd remembers band trips, Romania, "Hey
your wheel's rolling, all the laughs, and O.N.J.
Lyle Draper drives a 79 Turbo Regal and participated in
NHS for 3 years, Whiz Kids for 2 years, and 1 yr. with the
Paper staff. He received awards for Who's Who in
Photography I. Lyle remembers football games, woodshop,
LaPetite Open House, Austin, Homecoming, Paper Staff,
and times with JEANINE.
DeeDee Duncan participated in Drill Team 4 years and
served as lieutenant her senior year. OEA for 2 yrs. She
received an award for All-Star dancer. DeeDee remembers
Prom '82, Homecoming '81, '82, freshman dances, Drill
Team, times with Mary, and the many special memories
Barbara Eyler participated in Key Club, FHA, and Drama
Club. She received awards for NHS, Who's Who in
Cosmetology, and Reporter and Parliamentarian of
Cosmo. Barbie remembers going to state with Cosmo, Nov.
4, 1980, all the fun times with Bald Suprano, Steve asked
to marry him, football, and June 4, '83, a beginning of
experiences with Steve.
Sam Feronti participated in football, baseball, basketball
and the K.A. Club. He received awards for NHS member,
Who's Who in General Business, Who's Who among
American High School Students and Most Distinguished
American High School Students. Sam remembers
Westpoint, zone Champs, Daltons, two-a-days, and air
Christine Gerling, "Chris," participated in Drill Team,
Woods and Water Club, and Drama. She was awarded a
member of the National Honor Society. Chris remembers
senior pep rally, halftime, the Bowie, fun times in drill
team, contests, proms, best friend J .S., and C.H. elephant
Julie Gregory participated in Cosmetology, VICA, the
Annual Staff, and was basketball manager. She received
awards for NHS member, VICA president and
vice-president. She remembers Terri's Tickle Pink Party,
Prom night, double dates with TT and JE, Pizza Inn after
football games, getting stuck with 4 lg. pizzas, and great
3 yrs with JERRY.
Larie Hartley participated in Flag Corps for 3 years. She
remembers fun times cruisin' with Deanna, Caressa and
Veronica. Camp, Austin, and at the football games, thanks
to Stephanie, Deanna, and Mary for always being there
when I needed them, Thanks to Darlene for all the times.
I will never forget them.
Denise Hayden works at Orange Julius and drives a blue
AMC. She participated in Flag Corps for two years and
Language Club for one year. Denise remembers football
games, going out with Renae and picking up guys at CAFB,
Taco Bueno, and MARC.
Angie Hernandez drives 77 Silver Gran Prix. She
participated in Marching, Symphonic and Stage Band. and
VOEXOEA. She was sophomore class treasurer. Angie
remembers Austin, Whataburger, Camp with Ronda J.,
Carlsbad N.M., Homecoming '82 and JOE GRUBBS.
Cynthia Holcomb, participated in NHS, Annual Staff,
Language Club, and Jazz Band. She received awards for
Who's Who Among American High School Students, Most
Distinguished, Honeycomb of the year, Who's Who in
Spanish, all-star dancer and Honor Roll, and Sr. class
officer. Cindy remembers Summer of '82, Homecoming '82
with TIM, officer parties and 7:00 a.m.
Sharon Easton works at Bolin's Inc. she participated in
VOEIOEA, basketball, track, Woods and Water, and Drill
Team. She has received an award for making the Cisco
Junior College Wrangler Belles. Sharon remember
football games, Westpoint, Dalton's, Drill Team Camp,
contest and trips, dances, Prom 83, trying out for Wrangler
Belles, times with friends.
Carrie "Finnie" Fenn, Cutlass, Who's Who in Annual
Staff, Who's Who Among American High School Students,
2nd place French Quiz Bowl, Most Studious, '82-'83 annua
staff editor-in-chief, Language Club, NHS, Woods and
Water, and cheerleading. Carrie remembers Danny and
the duck, house-hunting at midnight, Austin with Annua
Staff, hunting for annuals on Prom Nite '82.
Mike Flanigan works at Foliage Factory and enjoys ridin
bicycles, a Fuji 18 speed and a Schwinn 12 speed. H
participated in the Woods and Water Club, Buildin
Trades, Biology II. Mike remembers "never once eating ir
Buck Gilcrease participated in Band 4 years, NHL
member, and was Drum Major 1 year. He received award
for Who's Who, Who's Who Among American High Schoo
Students, Who's Who Among Distinguished America
High School Students and Best Senior Citizen. Buc
remembers band trips, Florida, FRA member, Westpoin
State Marching Competition, and being a Brewer Bear
Tony Guerrero works at Edisons and drives 78 Dodg
Monace. He participated in Symphonic, Marching an
Jazz Band, and NHS member. He received awards fo
Who's Who in Concert Band, Superior UIL Solo ratin
Who's Who among American H.S. Students, Who's Wh
in Music. Tony remembers state marching trip, the trip t
Florida, and football games.
Dana Hatter participated as a two year member of HER
and FHA. She served as vice-president of HECE. She w
awarded Who's Who in HECE. Dana remembe
November 16, 1979, Silver Wheel, freshman year, friend.
Joe's 66 Chevelle, graduating at Mid-term! K.J.R.
Jeff Henley participated in NHS, football 4 years, baseba'
4 years, and basketball for 2 years. He received awards fo
zone Champs '82, Who's Who Among American Hig!
School Students, and Most Distinguished High Schoq
Students, Junior and Senior Favorite, and FHr
Vice-president. Jeff remembers 2-a-days, movies, specia
times with CINDY, and Roos baseball games.
Tammy Hofer participated in Parliamentary team, OEA
Language Club, and FHA Club. Tammy remembers th
Parliamentary team winning 1st in area, winning 2nd i
state, plane ride to Nashville, Athletic Banquet, Prom:
Homecoming 82, Cleborne-Brownwood game, Hallowee
'82, and most fondest and cherished memories of JIRC
Ronnie Hudgins participated in Building Trades and IC'I
Ronnie received an award for Sergeant-at-arms for IC'l
He remembers parties. He doesn't remember Bubb
Pucking, Martin and LaDonna duke it out, the sophomor
nicotine fits, Pizza Inn, Westpoint, his sophomore yes
spent with friends, and a year and a half with SHERRI s
Charles Hughes works at Best Products, he participated
in NHS, Woods and Water Club, and Math Club. He
received awards for Who's Who among American High
School Students, Who's Who in Trigonometry, and finalist
for 4 years for ROTC scholarship. Charles remembers
football games, Senior day, and cruising the Bowie.
Brant Ingram participated in football 4 years, 1 year in
baseball, Woods and Water and the BA Club. He received
awards for All District Lineman, and Honorable Mention,
FHA Secretary and Reporter, and was Freshman,
Sophomore Favorite and Mr. BHS. Brant remembers
Westpoint, Dalton's, Playhouse, I Gotcha, Bowie, and July
John Jennings works at Jack Williams Chevrolet as a
Mechanic and drives a 55 Chevy. He participated in I.C.T.
and Auto Mechanics. John remembers long school days,
Auto Mechanics Class, football games, and parties.
Wilma Jean Jones, "Jeanne,', participated in band,
basketball, and Girl Scouts. She received awards for all
German Band, 2nd place rating in School US History
Classes, and assorted Girl Scouts' awards. Jeanne
remembers trip to Switzerland, her old band and fun they
had on trips, poker games with guys at work, extended
family in Germany and best friends.
Alan Keiser participated in football, track, and FHA. He
received awards for Who's Who among American High
School Students and Most Distinguished, Jr. class
president, all-district offensive, defensive tackle. Alan
remembers Westpoint, Dalton's, two-a-days, Halloween,
100 mile run, drive-in, the Bowie, parties, and the
Tina Kisselburg participated in Annual Staff, VOEXOEA,
basketball, volleyball and Language Club treasurer. She
received awards for Who's Who, Honor Roll for Most
Outstanding Dancer, All-Star Dancer, Drill Team
Lieutenant, and Class Officer. Tina remembers CJC,
Dalton's, Westpoint, Camp Bowie, June 3, Homecoming,
the duck, and special memories of KAP.
Stacy Kruse, "Dipstick," received an award for a Wh0's
Who among American High School Students. Stacy
remembers her husband J.M.K., and a special life together
beginning November 6, and working at the Northwest
Vicki Landreth participated in Marching Band, DECA,
and Flag Corps. She also served as Secretary of DECA.
Vicki remembers bands trips, Florida, winning at UIL,
going to state, Sr. year, DR and TR and Mr. Downeyis
Class, Cheryl and Caro, remember pair of dresses in 2nd
grade? But most of all she remembers her sophomore year
when she met her special friend TRAVIS.
Debbie Marie Linsley works at Crystals and drives a blue
Firebird. She participated in Language Club, HECE,
volleyball, and track. Debbie remembers Crystals parking
lot, San Antonio, St. Louis, Holland, 525 P.W. 3118, Ted,
Dave, Auto Mechanics and Mr. G., Suzuki hunting, and
most of all MIKE.
Monda Idell participated in Drill Team, Cosmetology and
FHA. She received awards for Football Sweetheart and
was a member of the Homecoming Court. Monda
remembers crazy times with Michelle and Sandra, getting
stuck, good times with Gina and bad ones, great times in
Drill Team and fun at Azle Parties.
Sheila Jackson participated in Band and DECA. She
remembers band trips, cruising the Bowie, pep rallies, best
of years 11th, 81-82, 12th, 82-83, Algebra 3rd period,
Homecoming 82-83, football games, and her son Brandon
Cynthia Johnson, "LULU," participated as basketball
manager, volleyball, and track. She received awards for the
Honor Roll and for perfect attendance. Cynthia
remembers most of all her trip to Japan
Bruce Keefer works at Lazy K Western Store and drives
a '71 Bronco. He participated in FRA, and served as the
treasurer for FRA. Bruce remembers football games,
Friday nights, 4-Wheelin', Halloween 82, Accounting II,
and Trig. parties, dances, Dalton's, Westpoint, cruising the
Bowie, and times with friends.
Kristi Kemp works at Texas American Bank and drives a
78 Thunderbird. She participated in VOEIOEA, and the
Woods and Water Club. Kristi remembers Westpoint in
the floorboard, June 13, Homecoming 81, Prom 81-82,
Howdy Dance, LB iuh-huhl. July 15, t'Where are we S.B.'?"
and best memories with BRANT.
Stace Krenek participated in Language Club, and Tennis,
and OEA. She received awards for Who's Who among
American High School Students, Most Distinguished,
NHS, and Who's Who in English and French. Stace
remembers Florida, Rusty's, New Mexico, Camp Joy,
Mustang Park, Austin, Galveston, concerts, Mark IV, and
best friend RICK.
Steve Lacy participated in Marching, Symphonic, and Jazz
Bands, Drama, FHA, and NHS. He received awards for
Who's Who Among American High School Students,
All-Region Band 2 years, TWC Honor Band, and was a
Thespian member. Steve remebers band trips, class room
experiences, times with friends, World History, his special
future wife 'tBARBIE," June 4.
Angela Leonard participated in Woods and Water Club,
HERO, bat girl for baseball team, Sr. Class President, and
HECE Secretary. Angela remembers Halloween 82,
Howdy Dance, LB luh-huhl, Westpoint, Dalton's, Bowie,
Sophomore Syndrome, Water Ballooning, the baseball
party, Prom 82, memories of ol' BHS, friends and partying
with KB, DD, and RW.
Shannan Looper, "Shan," participated in DECA, FHA,
and the Woods and Water Club. Shan remembers Jr. year,
Prom 82, Homecoming 82, I Gotcha, parties, Rusty's, good
times with SMC, SM, CT, DR, Six Flags, 'tWorking on five,
ya' know, CT?", swimming in the rain, "DR, remember
getting even, getting caught at everything'?", Van Halen,
TCU, January 17, and memories of JIMMY.
Tracy Lovell participated in Drill Team, VICA, FHA, and
Cosmotology. Tracy remembers Homecoming 82, Monda,
"Remember the night in the van?" 20 below, going toilet
papering with D.C., M.I., and G.D., and most of all all of
the good times and the bad shared with DALE.
Donald McAfee, "Big Mac," participated in football,
DECA, basketball, and the Sigma Delta Phi. Don
remembers "Hell raising with Randall and Andyn New
Year's Eve 81-82, concerts, Pizza Inn. Bowie, Daltonis, JC
Penney's, egging on Halloween, gang fights, muddin in my
jeep, being wild and crazy, starting the first fraternity with
Randall: Sigmi Delta Phi.
Susan McFarland participated in VICA, Cosmetology,
FHA, Annual Staff, and Woods and Water. Susan
remembersjr. year, summer of82, good times with CT, DR,
SL, and RM. April 21, summer School no prob, I Gotcha,
Rusty's, "Wake Up," Sept. 5th, Rush St. eatin' taters, S.I.
remember jungle juice, RM I'm still waiting, CT juke box,
Dina Moore participated in VOEXOEA, softball, track, and
volleyball. Dina remembers working switchboard for
WSISD, football games, pep rallies, friends, times with
SW, and RD. 4A-4 North Zone Champs, going the wrong
way on a one way street with SW., and last but most
important, times spent with JAMES.
Sandra Morgan participated in Cosmotology, and the
VICA Club. Sandra remembers freshman year, Kung Fu,
Camp Joy, Mustang Park, Sr. Party, Monday nights at
drive-in show, crazy times with MI, and MD. SL remember
I Gotcha and ABCls, CT remember great times at rock and
roll parties we went to. Being little Miss Innocent?, July
13, 1981, and especially JOHN.
J iro Morrison participated in football and Language Club
along with YAK Club. Jiro remembers times running
around with Steve and Eric, "Hey, Steve remember Senior
Party?" and "Eric remember May 24 College?" football
games, 4A-4 North Zone Champs, cruising the Bowie and
Kellie M. Pease participated in Drill Team, Woods and
Water and FHA. She served as vice-president of FHA also.
Kellie remembers coming back after a yr. in Germany,
seeing friends again, fun and hard times in Drill Team,
football games, contest, San Antonio trip "Deb wake up!"
Sr. Pep rally, riding downtown and Trinty Park, fun with
LK, TB, KM, and LK.
Ricky Putnam works at Georges gigolo Service and drives
'68 Red Camaro. He participated in football, Paint and
Body, 1 yr, and VICA. Ricky remembers football games,
winning Zone, having best season ever 9-1, playing state
champions for District Brownwood game, Pizza Inn,
dances, Bowie, and Westpoint.
Steve Rawlins participated in Marching, Symphonic, and
Jazz Band. He received awards for NHS, Who's Who
among Am. High School Students, All-Region lst chair 3
yrs., All-State Band, All-Region and All-State Orchestra,
band president, 6 solo and Ensemble Superiors. Steve
remembers All-State Band Soph. yr., trip to Florida, solos
at half-time, 7:00 a.m. and CHRISTY.
John Martinez works at Revco, he participated in softball
Student Council, and I.C.T. John remembers parties ai
Westpoint, cruising Camp Bowie, Monday nights at the
drive-in show, football games, Pizza Inn, and partying.
Anthony McClure, drives a 83 Mercedes Convertible he
participated in football, NHS, and B.A. Squad. He
received awards for Most Distinguished American Higl
School Students, zone champs, and Gobbler Champ. Tong
remembers two-a-days, Bug blowing up on Sr. night witl
T.H., air guitar, Hogs and Mustangs, Pizza Inn, Bowie
chasing Cougars with EM, JM, and DC.
Sheila McGonigal participated in NHS, and playdays fo
rodeo's. She works at Daddy's Country Cooking, and drive
a 76 f'10 Datsun. Sheila remembers stealing the flowers a
the prom. Listening to Jim yelling for help at Six Flags oi
Sr. Night. But most of all she remembers ANDY.
Robert Moore works at Neiman Marcus and drives a '6
Chevy Truck. He participated in Woods and Water Clui
and National Honor Society. He received awards for Whoi'
Who among American High School Students. Robeil
remembers Halloween of '81 and Bridgeport.
Eric Morris participated in football, baseball, NHS, a
Language Club. He received awards for Who's Who arno
American High School Students, All District punter a
quarterback, most Valuable player in baseball, sophomoi
of the year in baseball, Most Athletic and All distri
pitcher. Eric remembers air guitar, taking over YA
chasing W.H. and Zone Champs.
Colleen Norton participated in Marching Band, VOE, a
prayer meetings. She received awards for All-Region Ban
8 First Division Medals for Solos. and NHS membe
Colleen remembers Mr. Sergel, band trips, Galvesto
Florida tWhen it rainedl, UIL and State Marchi
Contest, Mr. Lamb's hard work, working at Food Bi
Homecoming, Pizza Hut, and of course LEE.
Michelle Perez participated in OEAXVOE Club and t
Language Club. Michelle remembers Sandy Lake, Fres
and Sophopmore years, junior year, "You girls get off t
roof," Mrs. Ezell, getting caught, New Orleans LSS,
Summer, running around with Susie, older men, Pepper
Rocky's, guys for Bridgeport, Labor Day '80, Hallowe
'82, and times with RANDY BRYANT.
Donna Rasmon participated in Band, ICT, DE, Woods a
Water Club. She remembers freshman year, Marchi
Band, football games, summer of 80, I Gotcha, good tim
with SM, SL, MV, and WR., parties, "Hey, WR remem
Hootervillef' "Shan remember the coke party and ..
remember, 'Letls call it the night!"
Randy Reaves participated in Basketball for 4 years. I
received awards for NHS member, and Who's Who
Woodshop. Randy remembers going to Dalton's a
Westpoint, Miss Ponder's Class, Shoe polishing wi
Cuckoo-Man, Halloween of 82, and beating S.F. and E.
Jimmy Reed participated in Auto Mechanics and served
as VICA's Vice-President. Jimmy remembers Gong Show,
Pizza Inn, Camp Bowie, Car's, Van Halen, Sammy Hagar,
Point Blank, football games, concerts, times with friends,
and his very special SUSAN
Randall C. Robertson participated in football, Rodeo Club,
Woods and Water and served as Sergeant at Arms for
DECA. Randall remembers taking 5-yr. plan, two-a-days,
skipping school, hall walkers, getting hats taken up, parties
at Azle, gang fights, times spent with BG, and DM. egg
fights on Halloween, and of course starting first frat. Delta
Wendy Russell participated in Marching and Symphonic
Band and served as HECE's president. She was a member
of State Marching 3 yrs. Wendy remembers Monday night
drive-in, Van Halen, Texas Jam, Keg Parties, freshman
year, "Hey, Donna remember Buzzz?" and being part of
Senior Class of 83411.
Angie Shelton participated in basketball, Student Council,
Woods and Water and Cheerleading. She received awards
for NHS member, Who's Who, Class Officer, and Sr.
Favorite. Angie remembers VCL8zM, Prom '82, basketball
party '81, 17th Birthday, the 3 Musketeers, Dalton's,
ETSU Cheerleading Camp, "On the Wall," Homecomings,
and most special of all TREY.
Virginia Slaughter participated in basketball, FHA,, track,
and volleyball. She also served as an office aide. Virginia
remembers Coach Curry's three and thirty-six on the wall.
Homecomings, Proms, times with friends, football games,
causing trouble, her "green Ford", Pizza Inn, but most of
all she remembers all the special moments with
Lori Smith participated in Symphonic, Marching and Jazz
Bands, Flag Corps, Youth Orchestra, National Piano
Guild. She received awards for All-Region Band, All-Area
Band, NHS, Who' Who in Music and DIS, TWC Honor
Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble Superiors, Flag Corps
captain. Lori remembers band trips, nose jokes, Austin,
Florida, and Canada.
Susan Spurlock participated in Annual Staff, OEAXVOE,
and Drama. Susan remembers HKS, "Get off that roof
girls," magic time machine, October 22, "What year is it,
M.P., and C.C.'?," Good times with D.G.H., ghost of
McKinney, R.C. and Scrooge sr. pep rally, the water gun
kids, and DON'T drink the water.
Terri Stephens participated in NHS, basketball, Bear
Mascot, Language Club, Volleyball, track, and Woods and
Water. She also received an award for Best all around.
Terri remembers 3 Musketeers, b-ball party, mud fight,
stealing pilons and U.S. Homes signs, July 4th Weekend,
Halloween '82, Cheerleading Camp, waterballooning,
street dance and hanging loose.
Ronald Stowe remembers football games, skipping school,
going to class, long school days, daydreaming, pep rallies,
causing all sorts of trouble, being cool, his 80 Pick-Up,
cruising the big Camp Bowie, parties, and times spent with
Kellye Reeves participated in NHS, Band, FHA, JA, Yac,
and Majorettes. She also received an award for Superior
UIL Majorette Ensemble. Kellye remembers cruising the
Bowie, giving lessons to CH, "All night" parties, friendship
with CH, after football games, WH Sonic, half-time
performances, times with friends and sr. year.
Tracy Rubenkoenig drives 70 Chevy truck, he participated
in Band and Auto Mechanics. Tracy remembers band
trips, football games, half-times performances, pep rallies,
cruising the Bowie, ball park, times spent with friends,
state marching competition, and working at Safeway.
Eddy Schutza works at Food Bin and drives 75 Monza. He
received an award for being a 3 year member of the
National Honor Society. Eddy remembers Putt-Putt on
Friday nights, homework until 1:00 in the morning, 2 yrs.
of hysterical Miss Ponder, and breaking the rope during
Ranch Day tug-of-war.
Elizabeth Sides participated in Drama, Language Club,
and Woods and Water. She received awards for Best
Actress '81, Who's Who in Drama II, and president of the
Drama Club. Elizabeth remembers 1:00 am Sept 6, '82,
Drama Banquet with GF, best friend SC, "Arsenic and Old
Lace," the Bowie, Homecoming '82, seeing green frogs,
talking to trees, good times with friends.
Janet Smith participated in Drama, Drill Team, and
Woods and Water Club. She received an award for Who's
Who among American High School Students, and Who's
Who in Drama. Janet remembers getting up early for 3 yrs.,
football games, Monday night drive-in, halftime, and times
spent with RONNIE.
Cathy Sosa participated in Marching and Concert Band.
She also participated in H.E.C.E. Cathy remembers bike
rides with Lisa, eating out after football games, halftime
performances, morning practices, times spent with friends,
pep rallies sr. year, being P.E. aide at Liberty Elementary,
and times of fun and excitement.
Lori Stanford participated in cheerleading, NHS, track,
Woods and Water, Student Council and basketball. She
received awards for Homecoming Queen, Who's Who, Sr.
Class treasurer and Miss BHS. Lori remembers 3
Musketeers, L.B. - WOW!, all night Cheerleader work
sessions, shoe polishing, Ranger games, parties on New
Year's Eve and KELLY,
Penny Stewart participated in VOEIOEA, and works at
National Truckers Service. Penny remembers sr. pep rally,
"The Movies," 6:30 in the mornings, Homecoming 81-82,
"What stop sign," times spent with friends, football games,
Camp Bowie and Pizza Inn.
Andy Sullenberger participated in NHS, Student Council,
president of Student body, church, and band. He received
awards for Who's Who Among American High School
Students, Dar Award, Good Citizenship award, and Most
Likely to Succeed. Andy remembers sr. year and Student
Council, trip to Austin, State Convention, morning visits
with JS, dz LB, pep rallies, and a special thanks to everyone
for their hard work.
Tammie t'Cupcake" Teague, drives a '72 Monte Carlo and
works at LaPetite. Tammie has participated in HECE. She
is involved in FHAIHERO and loves to play softball. Most
of all Tammie remembers MIKE.
Andy "Tex" Templeton works at Cinema V and drives a
'64 Chevy Malibu. Andy likes to play basketball, football
and remembers going to Pizza Inn after the games on
John "Thornburg" Thornburrow works at Best Products.
John's honors include NHS representative, Student
Council, Annual Staff photography editor, and Who's Who
Among American High School Students.
Teresa "Renee" Wagner works at Levitz and drives a
Dodge Dart. Teresa's honors include NHS, Who's Who
Among American High School Students and honor roll.
She's involved in FHA, volleyball, basketball, and drill
team. Teresa remembers moving to Brewer and meeting
new peopleg leaving old friends behind.
Tammie Walker works at the White Settlement School
Business Office and drives a Ford Maverick. Tammie
enjoys being in the OEA club and has helped with many
Gregory Weeks drives a '70 blue Firebird Formula 400.
Greg has been awarded Who's Who in Paint and Body.
Greg remembers two years in band, trying to pass my class,
but still failing, hoping to graduate and his worst class,
Sheila Whitfield works at Payless Cashways and drives a
'76 Granada. Her honors include Who's Who Among
American High School Students, and honor roll. She's
involved in DECA, marching band and GDRA. Sheila
remembers homecoming '79-'80, football season, pep
rallies, cruisin' the Bowie with M.R., I Gotcha, and JJ 's keg
Robbin "Rob" Williams is involved in Woods and Water
and has received honors for corresponding secretary,
presient of DECA, and calendar girl. Robbin remembers
her freshman year, Athletic banquet, prom '81 and '82,
homecoming, West Point, Sunday football, Howdy dance,
LB "uh-huh", sophomore syndrome, hey Ang we did it,
January 19 and all my special years and memories spent
Mary t'Winnie Bubbles" Winters has received honors for
OEA historian and OEA president and involved in OEA
and parliamentary team. Mary remembers prom,
homecoming, TH, GW, LJ remember JD in Nashville,
going to Houston, remember the two straws Sheri B.,
cruisin' the Bowie, West Point parties, dancing at Dalton's,
the van and TS, April 30, '82, and all the memories of my
friends and most of all TIM.
Christi "Tefer" Tefertiller works at Craig's Sound Galle
and drives a '72 brown Cougar. Her honors include Who
Who Among American High School Students, Society
Distinguished American High School Student
Cheerleader, Student Council, and NHS. Chris
remembers her sophomore year with Heidi, Marty, an
Don, prom my jr. year, and my sweets - SF, SS, GH, a
Steve "Officer Terry" Terry works as a bank securi
officer and Rickey's and drives a '80 Chevy Camaro. H
honors include two years in ICT and VICA. Ste
remembers Camp Bowie, WHHS girls, getting busted fr
beer on Camp Bowie.
Terri "Tiny Timmes" Timmes works at Daddy's. Terri
honors include editor of the paper and historian of NH
She's involved in varsity track team and K-12 summar
Terri remembers lasagna birthday party at Julie's, seni
night at Six-Flags, standing Julie up with 4 large pizz
the Austin trip and best of all Terri remembers JIM.
Randy "Talkers" Walker drives a '77 Chevrolet Truck.
honors include Who's Who Among American High Sch
Students, Society Distinguished American High Sch
Students, Who's Who in Algebra Il, and Who's
Freshmen class. He's involved NHS, FRA, football, Woo
and Water and B.A. club. Randy remembers Woods
Water, West Point, cruisin' the Bowie, winning 4A-4 nor
zone championship, and playing Brownwood.
Cindy Wander works at Publisher's Circulation Servix
and drives a '77 gold Malibu Classic. Cindy is involved
OEA ftreasurerj, member of parliamentary team and al
in VOEIOEA. Cindy remembers homecoming '81 and 'H
Athletic banquet '81, Mary remember the judge, Februa'
12, 1981, Halloween '81, West Point, and the great tim
I had with my friends. Most of all she remembers ti
precious times with JEFF.
Sherri Blevins Welch works at Stripling's Cox and driv
a '79 Silverado Truck. Sherri remembers cheerleadir
basketball, track, softball, volleyball, Coach Curry, "r
special friend", Hey Renee, remember the Maverick ai
Cherry Lane, and Tower Baptist Church. Most of all s
remembers her sweet husband, Joshua Kyle.
Gina Wiggs works at the Administration Building as
Fashion Uniforms and drives a '74 brown Malibu. H
honors include NHS, Who's Who in VOE, and secreta
in the OEA club. She's involved in basketball, volleybd
and is on the parliamentary team. Gina remembt
Nashville, Tennessee, Houston, Dalton's, cruisin' tl
Bowie, going to JJ 's with HV, and all the fun times "r
and LJ had when we went riding around."
Theresa "Lupus" Williams works at Nation Trucke
Service and drives a '72 brown Dodge. She's involved,
drill team and DE-OEA. Theresa remembers the fun tim
in drill team, senior and freshman year, San Antonio trij
cruisin' the Bowie on Friday nights, and homecomi
Lee "Worthless" Worth drives a '67 Plymouth. His hom
include auto mechanics, senior representative for t
Youth Council, having Jesus Christ as my Savior and Lo
Lee is involved the Young Christians meetings, church a
tennis. Lee remembers the prom, homecoming, footb:
aftergame fellowships with friends, racing my car a
losing, and most of all he remembers CAROL.
Senior Convention, a day of total chaos. Ctop
leftJ, Randy Reaves, sweet and innocent
portrays a perfect senior. ftop rightj, Felix Leal
takes part in classroom discussion. fmiddle leftb,
"I think I can, I think I might." questions Liz
Sides Cmiddlel, Lee Worth struts his stuff.
CahoveJ,"Can't you see I'm trying to study,"
shouts Steve Lacy. fbottom Ieftl, Andy Brooks
comes to class for a change. fbottom rightj
Seniors take part in their daily gossip session in class
lcenterj, "You want ME to let you take a picture of
me?" asks Vicki Landreth. Qabovel, Trudy Morris
at a sign painting Mparty' lrightj.
The camera catches Virginia Slaughter by surprise it
leftj, "Who Mem? asks Brian Delk Ctop middlej, To.
McClure shows his dazzling smile. labovej
"Tough Tex" Terri and her pawtners round up at
the senior convention fleftj. "Typing in this cold is
murder" says Gina Wiggs Cbelow far leftl. While the
cat is away, the mice will play Cbelow middleh. Terri
Timmes pretends to choke the unsuspecting Mrs.
Ezell Cbelowl. Sheila Jackson writes an ad fbottom
leftl. Donald McAffee turns his head to allow the
cameraman a better look at his earring fbottomj.
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Tim Spoonmore Cleftl, Debbie Latimer
fbelow leftl, Rodger McCall fbelowj, and
Brad Mercer ifar leftl.
far right: Kim Williams smiling because she got into the
school spirit by decorating her saxophone, right: Ginae
"Jane" McDonald enjoying another day of hard work
in annual staff.
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Kerry Rogers showing his intelligence by keeping busy
in ICT Cbottom leftJ.Ricky Johnston practicing for the
play called "Doctor lnspite of Himself lbottom
the Best. . .
Ken Pape pretends he's unaware of the camera while
Tim Grantham figures this is his big chance. iabovel.
Kim Williams listens attentively to an English lecture.
Qfar ri htj Scott Lahmer and Angela Powell, 'tAhoy
can't a k
for more. . .
Angela Powell Loves to pose for the camera. ffar lefty
David Stephen looks happy for some unknown reason.
Ctop rightj. Hayden Lewis and Billy Wagner trying to
master the computer. frightl.
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class. . .
Shame on you Tina Curtis! You were sent tothe office
for bugging LeeAnn. lfar rightl. Jeff White and Susan
McFarland, who said juniors and seniors can'L be
friends? ltop rightl. Is this the real Teresa Chapa with
a smug look? lrightj.
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Lori Salinas savors the taste of her cheese crackers Cfar
leftj. Scott Lahmer without his pal looking glum
ftopl. Ricky Johnston discussing procedures with
Trey Thetford showing that juniors do have fun every
once in a while ftop rightj. Another outstanding junior
showing that it isn't all fun and games itop leftl.
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Daniel Maloney X
Darrell McAfee I
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Karla Pollard glancing at people in the hall Ctop leftj.
D? Y Honor Society meeting itop rightj.
F N-I:-,.,.,g Debbie Latimerls look of enthusiasm at a National
Eric Keller turns in his assignment. Kfar rightl. Ben
Early waits for class to begin. Krightb.
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Mary Coppinger waits for her knight in shining armor
Kevin Taylor. lfar leftl Harold Helmke cameraman
for K-12, shoots an important event ffar leftl
Richie Deaver and Tim Spoonmore hold up lockers
between classes. Qrightj.
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Remember Jane? Good ol' Jane! Hey Jane where's
Tarzan? lfar leftl. Michelle Anderson can't believe she
just ate a chocolate covered ant. fleftl.
Juniors Kristy Leach and Lori Salinas show "awesome"
spirit at one of Brewer s totally terrific pep rallies Qtop
Junior ho's Who
Junior Whds Who for 1982-83 are: Ricky Johnston
fleftj, Zane Peppers Cbelowb, Debbie Latimer Qrniddle
leftl, Shelly Cobb fbottom leftj, and Dianna Gragg
Officers standing left to right are: Johnny Summerhill, Chad Davis, Kerry Knox, and Misti
Johnny Summerhill iabovej, Misti Valentine ffar leftl,
Chad Davis ffar left, bottoml, and Kerry Knox
Gary Robinson seems to have finally found his locker after
break lbottom rrghtb Scott Marshall having a good time
at State Marching Contest Qbottom lefty
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N annette Brown
Melinda Earley being too excited about what is going
on behind her to pay attention to what is going on in
front of her fbottom leftj. The preps of the sophomore
class are having a "totally awesome" meeting fbottom
Karen and Terry, the lovebirds frightl, John Clem
wouldn't even crack a smile for us lfar rightb, Terry Cox
ready to get to work Qbottoml.
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Donny Fisher actually paying attention to his teacher
lfar leftl, Mike Cunningham was a little shy about
having his picture taken lleftl, Sophomores studying
at break fbottoml.
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Russell Henderson, Mike Serenil, Donald Feronti, and
Randall Deaver enjoy a moment of frivolity between
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Darlene Potter and her friend Christi Tefertiller smile
sweetly for the camera. fleftj.
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Karen Crisp and Nancy Grubb, office aides, pose for
us. Qrightl. Wendi Scroggins and JoAnna Fenn are
happy about something and they aren't going to tell.
Johnny Summerhill is about to get his books from his
locker lfar leftl. Rodney Young in a hurry to get to class
Jana McKinney and Jana Clarkg two pretty faces
Crightl. LaDonna Wethington takes time out to give us
a smile ifar rightj.
Misti Valentine looks too tired from basketball
practice, so Darlene Potter has to hold her up ffar
Bernice Martinez and Jackie Moses enjoy break
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Andi Reeder and Jana Clark smile because they love -
bemg classy sophomores Kbottoml.
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Sophomore Who's Who for 1982-83 are: Sharon
Tow, Gary Robinson, Chad Davis, Sandra Mejia,
and Misti Valentine. fleft to rightj.
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Class Officers for 1982-83 are: Chance Welch fback rowj, Gail Chamberlain, Stephanie Draper
row left to rightl, and Eric Johnson Knot picturedj.
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M NX jf Stephanie Draper lfar leftl, and Eric Johnson fleftl.
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Freshman. . .
Lisa Benton giving her look of success ltop
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Freshmen Finally getting used to the easy life
at high school ltop lefth.
Art class is a busy place to be. Cfar A
rightl. Billye Perry shoulders Ken
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Cherxa Crockett and Matthew
Winters work on their art
projects ffar leftl. Dwayne Casey
on his way to his next class.
Tammy Smith glances down to see if
her shoes are tied. ffar rightl. Laura
Lively looks lovely. irightl.
Cathy Nance and Elizabeth Polk
roaming the halls during break ffar
leftl, Michelle Lohman chatting on
the phone at break lleftl.
Freshman Shelley Rubenkoenig showing
her class spirit by decorating for homecom-
ing Kbottom rightj. Melony Blassingame
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her Algebra work.
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Freshmen Who's Who for 1982-83 are:
David Covey ffar left, topl, Stacey
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physical sport. It is in the area of sports
where we find that the spirit of our school
really stands out. The students who turn
out for sports events exhibit pride in
their school and the students who play
these sports display their prowess and
their loyalty. The coaching staff instill in
their team members a desire to be
winners and this desire to be a winner is
essential for a successful life.
Varsity barrels over the Lions. Cabovel. Kevin
Taylor sprints to the endzone while defense attacks
iabove rightj. Clint Jaynes receives the pass in
mid-air frightl. Eric Morris determined to complete
pass Cfar rightl.
Varsity Football orth Zone Champs
The Brewer Bear football team has kept
the respect of many people in the
community due to their strategic teamwork.
The nine and one season ofthe Brewer Bears
has meant an enormous amount to every
individual on the team. First of all the Bears
defeated the Azle Hornets with a thirteen to
three victoryg then after preparing for
Mansfield, the Bears were off. Un-
fortunately, the Bears lost at Tiger Stadium.
However, after this loss between the Bears
and Tigers the team must have hit a winning
streak. The next eight games which were
against the Crowley Eagles, Diamond Hill
Eagles, North Side Steers, Poly Parrots,
Grapevine Mustangs, Castleberry Lions,
Carter Eagles, and the Keller Indians were
great successes. After this year of victories
the Fighting Brewer Bears were looking
forward to the district play-off game against
the Brownwood Lions. No one was more
disappointed about the forty-one to zero
loss to the very tough Lions than the
members of this proud Brewer football
team. The loss was disheartening, but when
considering the fact that this Bear team was
picked to finish no better than fourth in
North Zoneg a team that had no o
starters back from the 1981 teamg a
that had the character to overcome
injuries and still finish nine and one,
a team that started only three seniors
defense against the Brownwood Lions in
play-off game at Clark Stadiumg the
experienced during the season far ou
the loss of this one game. All the n
of the 1982-83 squad can be proud ofthe
that they have been an integral part
Brewer football tradition that d
success and commands respect.
This year the honor of Football
Sweetheart was awarded to Senior,
Monda Idell. Monda is an active two-year
member of Cosmetology. She is also a
one-year member of the Honeycomb
Drill Team. We extend our
congratulations to Monda as this year's
arsit 'S Victoriou
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Randy Walker, Matt Evetts, Sitting: Jeff Henley, Richie Deaver, Tim Spoonemore, Jiro Morrison, Trey Thetford, Steve Lemmons.
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Coaches kneeling left to right: Mr. Butler, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Stephens, Ms. Kohn, Mr. Davis, Mr. Benefield, Mr. Roller, Mr. Gonzales, and Mr.
The coaches of Brewer High School are
ery serious about their sports and hope
heir young men and women will play to
heir best ability. The Brewer coaches
onsist of eight coaches and one trainer.
Mel' Davis is the head coach at Brewer
Mr. Stewart coaches varsity football,
and teaches geometry. Mr. Benefield
varsity football, J.V. baseball, and
health. Mr. Butler coaches varsity
football track and teaches World History.
Mr. Stephens coaches varsity football,
varsity baseball, and health. Mr. Roller
coaches freshmen basketball, J .V. football,
and teaches Government and Free
Enterprise. Mr. Gonzalez coaches freshmen
football, and teaches World and American
History. Mr. Hart coaches freshmen
football, freshmen basketball, and teaches
English. Our first female trainer Gail Kohn,
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department, helping all the athletes with
their injuries. She also teaches health. The
athletic staff of Brewer High School has
been an excellent source of motivation to all
the students who are around them. We hope
that this dedicated staff has the ambition
to return and make the 1983-1984 season as
successful as they have made this year.
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J .V. Football has Rewarding Season
Back row standing, left to right, Lance Draper, Mike Serenil, Kelly Abbott, Jamie Dixon, Kerry Knox, Jesse Esquivel, Donnie Fisher, Alva Cox, Steve Self,
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Summerhill, Donald Feronti, middle row left to right, Gary Robinson, Andy Bray, Page a er, y
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Mike Serenil springs into action to receive pass
fabovel. Junior Varsity struts on the field to meet
their match Ctop rightl. Johnny Summerhill rushes
in to block for Kerry Lrightl. Ricky Gomez runs in
another touchdown for the Bears Cfar rightl.
The Bears block for Kerry Knox is a strive for a winning
touchdown Crightj. Daryl McCollough flies in the air to
receive a pass ibelow lefty. Byron Hartman looks
worried as the opposing team kicks the ball his way
Cbelow rightl. Kerry Knox in action ibottomj.
Brewer 0 Azle 6
Brewer 13 Mansfield 18
Brewer 12 Crowley 0
Brewer Diamond Hill F
Brewer 33 Northside 12
Brewer 21 Poly 26
Brewer Grapevine 7
Brewer Castleberry 0
Brewer Carter 0
Brewer Keller 0
Freshman Football Have Fair Season
Richard Abanilla goes in for a tackle for the freshmen
team Qbelowl, Randy Wiley is still wondering who has
the ball Cfar rightj.
Standing from left to right: Coach Gonzales, Tim Walker, Eddie Miller, Kenneth Floyd, Robert Razo, Randy Wiley, Tony Richardson, Mike Whiter, and Coach H
' ' Ch W lch David Atkins, David Grantham Clayton Hunt Bottom row: Tim Kasterke, Eric Johnson, Mike Sherwood, Larry
Kneelmg: Nick Dear, Estes Clapp, ance e , , .
Hernando Herrera, John Stallings, Steve English, and Darin Midkiff. Not pictured: Jeff King, Tommy Baker, and Richard Abanilla.
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The freshmen anxiously await the officials decision
frightl, The freshmen football players massacre the
Crowley Eagles fbelow leftl, Richard Abanilla says
"I've still got the ball coach." fbelow rightj.
Above left: Team takes a breakg above right: Sharon
Tow goes up for a spikeg above: Tina Young goes up for
a blockg middle: Terri Stephens hunts for the ballg far
right: Sharon Tow makes a bumpg right: Virginia
Slaughter makes a quick move. A e
The varsity volleyball girls have finished a tough season. They are one of the hardest
working teams I have coached. We worked hard but we seemed to have hard luck. Our season
started off slowly, however, we won our first district match against Diamond Hill. Northside
then squeezed past us. We came back with a strong win against Poly then fell to Northside
after 3 games. It took 3 games for Grapevine to beat us and we then lost to Castleberry.
The girls came back strong against Carter Riverside and won. Alas, we ended the first round
of play losing to Keller.
The second round proved to be exasperating for the team. Losing to Diamond Hill after
two games, Northside after 2 games, Poly 2 games, Grapevine 3 games, Castleberry 2
games, and finally beating Carter Riverside in 3 games. We ended the season with a 2 game
loss to Keller.
Although our season standings are not strong I am proud of these girls and I enjoyed
working with them very much.
To the graduating seniors: Terri Stephens, Dana Fields, Linda Jenkins, Gina Wiggs and
Virginia Slaughter and manager Tina Kisselberg, thank you for giving me the opportunity
to work with ladies of your calliber. I'll miss you.
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Above far left: Linda Jenkins makes a move to bump
the ballg far middle left: Misti Valentine makes a move
for the ballg bottom left: team takes a break for quick
lessong below: Sharon Tow and Dana Fields wait with
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Jenkins, Virginia Slaughter, Miss McMullen, Terri
Stephens, Sharon Tow, Misti Valentine, and Tina
Young, and mgrs. Tina Kisselburg, DeAnne Wheat,
Kelli Shaefer, not pictured Christy Salinas.
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practicing before a game, below left: Renee Welch
sets the ball for Bo Williams spikeg below far right:
Lisa McGarrah looks at the other team in
Top row left to right: Darla Rilwy, Lisa McGarrah, Bo Williams, Jana Clark, Andy Reeder, Renee VW
Cox. bottom row left to right: Juda Smithers, Carlisa Edwards, Tonia DeLeon, Tonia Smith, and
Upper left: Danna Longino, waits to return a serve, while
Lower Right Tiffany Johnson makes a serious pose for the
Left to Right: Miss McMullen, Tiffany Johnson, Lori Lively, Cindy Roberts, Taml Stephans, Dawn
Bottom Row: Left to Right: Geal Chamberlin, Dana Longino, Pam Melton, Dani Houchin.
Varsity Basketball Boys Have Trying Season
Left to right: Randy Reeves. Steve Bell, Don Jones, Chance Welch, Clint Jaynes, Coach Kincannon, Andy Templeton, Bryon Hartman, Terry Mooney, and
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This year's Basketball Sweetheart is a
very active young senior, Angie Shelton.
Angie has been a student council member
four years, a National Honor Society
member three years, and was awarded
Senior Favorite this year. She was a class
officer her freshman and sophomore
years and a member of the basketball
team four years. For the past four years
she has been a highly-spirited BHS
cheerleader. We extend our
congratulations to Angie Shelton for
being elected this year's Basketball
Boys Varsity Basketball Has Dazzling Season
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ffar leftj, Byron looks lost fleftj Terry Mooney guards
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Girl's Varsity Basketball Have Good Season
Standing left to right: Kelli Shafer, Tina Young, Karen Jenson, Angie Shelton, Terri Stephens, Jana Clark, Virginia Slaughter, Misti Valentine, Lori Stanford
Fields, Tonia Deleon, Sandra Mejia, and Coach Curry.
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Brewer Diamond Hill
The varsity girls wait for the rebound irightl, Tonia
Deleon sets the ball up for two points Cabove far rightj,
Coach Cox and Coach Curry pose for a simple snapshot
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Deleon plays good offense ftop rightj. The varsity girls
wait to be told which set of warm-ups they have to do
next labovej, Virginia Slaughter struts down the court
after making both free throws Qrightj, Tina Young is
ready to play a defensive game Cleftl.
Varsity Girls Have Winning Season
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Back Row: Johnny Miller, Mike Serinel, Les Hogwood, Kerry Knox, Larry Chapman, Front Row: Paul Lemons, David Welch, Scott Marshall, Terry Cox
The Bears offense shoots for two points. lrightl Les
looks puzzled about the play. fbelow leftl Why is
Kerry Knox running like crazy and Paul Lemons
grinning like a Cheshire Cat?
J .V. Girls Struggle To Improve Their Record
to right: Melony Blassingame, Bo Williams, Lisa McGarrah, Renae Welch, Andi Reeder, Wendi Scroggins, LaDonna Wethington. Kneeling: Coach Cox
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that a foul was called on one of the Bears lupper
leftj, Lisa McGarrah is ready for the game to
The Freshmen Have ia Year of Learning
Back Row: Eugene Lindsey, David Grantham, Eric Johnson, David Adkins, Tody Carr, Rusty Nelson, Richard Abanilla, Front Row: Todd Tallent, Tim Walker, Ti
Kasterke, Dennis Williams
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Freshman Girls Have a Fine Year
Tonja Smith, Lori Lively, Dawn Deponte, Cindy Robertson, Robin Ellis, Tiffany Johnson, Michelle
Dana Longino. Front row: Tami Stephens, Jeanne Jones, Coach Cox, Lisa McComber, Gail
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Jump ball! Cabovel.
Experienced Varsity Baseball Team
From left to right, top row: Coach Stephens, Paul Lernmons, Eric Morris, Sam Feronti, Terry Mooney, Kerry Knox, Joe Rhodes, Chad Dunn, Mike Serenil, Tre,
Thetford, Kneeling: Melissa Cornelius ibat girll, Jeff Henley, Donald Feronti, Kevin Taylor, Daryl McCullough, Steve Lemmons, Ricky Razo, David Welch, Tir
Spoonemore, and Andrea Wander lbat girll.
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Have High Ambition
for 1983 Season
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thinking Ctop leftl The Bears prepare for a winning
game. ltop rightj Kevin Taylor is sucessful in hitting
a homerun. Ccenter leftl Tim Spoonmore, anxious
and waiting. icenterj Here catch!!! icenter right! Joe
Rhodes can't decide which way to run. Cleftl
Junior Var ity Pla Ball
Back row standing: Gene Johnson, Robbie Rodriquez, David Grantham, Jeff King, Todd Tallant, Ronald Lane, Jesse Westover, Micahel Lauderdale, Coach Benefielf
front row kneeling: Jimmy Neal, Tim Walker, Darrin Midkiff, Eddie Miller, Kevin Moskola, Joe Razo, and Ricky Gomez. 1
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Lauderdale says "Can I catch it?" fmiddlel. Edd
Miller makes a throw for the infield fabovel.
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Jimmy Neal dreams about being a professional
baseball player. Qleftl You're not playing football,
Eddie. fbelow leftj The Bears are fired up to play
a great game of baseball Cbelow rightl Jeff King
runs the bases with pride. ibottom leftl Joe Razo
slides in for a homerun. fbottom right!
Tennis Swings A Mean Backhand
From left to right, top row: Tho Lee, Carrie Goss, Teresa Chapa, Tina Curtis, Angie Hernandez, Hayden Lewis, Scott Marshall, kneeling: Glenn Unsell, Felix Lei
and Sean Beckner.
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to serve Cabove leftj, Angie Hernandez and Carrie Goss
play some serious tennis faboveb, Dusty West gets set
for a good forehand Cleftl, Tina Curtis says "Well,
where did it go?" Qrightl.
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Hayden doesn't look very active iupper rightl.
Coach Diamond helps Carrie Goss prepare for the
match icenter leftl, Dusty and Tho play doubles
with good teamwork. fabovel, Felix swings his
strong arm. ffar leftl, Dusty says 'Tm ready
whenever you are" Cleftl
Boy's Track Team Works Hard During Practice
Back row standing left to right: Donnie Fisher, Alan Keiser, Matthew Winters, Clint J aynes, Michael Downey, David Westbrook, and
Molinar, Lance Draper, Johnny Summerhill, Russell Henderson, Dennis Williams, Sammy Carr, Kelly Abbott, and Richie Deaver.
Alan Keiser hurls the disk through the air Qabovel,
Sammy Carr stretches his back muscles fabove rightl,
David Westbrook is concentrating on breaking Ala.n's
record Krightl, Russell Henderson prepares to sprint
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lick row standing left to right: Patty Guire, Jackie Moses, Cynthia Johnson, Renee Welch, Cyndi Robertson, Tiffany Johnson, Wendy Moorehead, Ramona Ramirez
ont row: Sandra Ponce, Brenda Martinez, Tina Young, Teresa Chapa, LaDonna Wethington, Tonia Deleon, and Chris Ramirez.
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Chris looks ready to go home fabove middlej,
LaDonna thinks shels the leader of the pack
fabovej, Girls track team limber up for a rough work
Golf Swings Into Action
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Golf does not get a lot of recognition at
rewer but it definitely has its place here.
his year's team is young but it is one that
,as members who are skilled and
xperienced. According to Webster's
ictionary golf is 'fan outdoor game
layed on a large tract of land with a
mall, hard rubber ball and a set of
lender-handled clubs, the object being
o drive the ball into a series ofsmall holes
-vith the fewest possible strokes."
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pmes from some of our Brewer golfers.
It is a challenging game," says Kerry
arrett. "It takes practice and skill. I
ractice a couple of hours each day, five
ays a week after school. One thing I
joy about the sport is that a person can
play golf all his life whereas with other,
more physical sports, the player is
"It's a fun game," says Terry Cox, "I
don't care for the practice but I enjoy the
competition between schools. I've been
golfing for six years, my brother taught
me." Coach Kincannon has really been a
big help to Terry by instructing him in the
fundamentals of the game.
Chad Davis has been playing golf for
five years. He attributes his proficiency
to his dad who is himself a very good
golfer. "I play about 9 holes with my dad
every day or every other day." Chad, who
also plays football, compares the two
sports and, aside from the obvious
differences, he finds that he likes the
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football, you play as a team and score as
a team, with golf, you must depend on
your own score."
Chance Welch, who has been golfing
five years, became interested because his
father and brother are golfers. About the
sport Chance says, "The things I like
about golf are that you don't have to be
in top physical condition or physically
large to playfl About practice he says,
"You wouldn't think that you would have
to practice very much, but you do."
Off-season football takes away from
much of the time he'd like to spend
practicing golf but he goes on
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Our organizations keep alive our spirit of
fun and at the same time teach and
strengthen us. We are very fortunate to
have such a wide variety of organizations
because we are able to serve in areas
where we are most needed and also where
we will most benefit. Some clubs carry
with them a tremendous amount of
responsibility, others are concerned with
the activities within the school, some
focus on music, others on matters of the
mind. Regardless of the kind of club you
choose, its main intent is to prepare you
for life outside of the school.
The 1982-83 varsity cheerleaders, with
Lori Stanford as head cheerleader, have
done a great job in raising the school spirit.
At East Texas State summer camp, they
won the spirit stick five out of five times, the
mascot spirit stick four out of five times,
nine superior ribbons, two excellent, and a
most improved ribbon. With the new sixth
period cheerleader class, the cheerleaders
now have more time to practice cheers and
paint signs. At the Friday night football
games, their efforts can be seen in their new
difficult-to-perform cheers. The cheer-
leaders should be congratulated for a job
Darlene and LaDonna show us what they can do
Qbelowj. Lori Stanford, the head cheerleader, has great
spirit at the pep rally tbelow rightl. Angie Shelton is
leading our team to a victory against Poly lbelow far
rightl. Terri Stephens, the bear mascot, singing a song
called 'AI am a Brewer Bear" ffar bottoml.
Standing: Angie Shelton, Lori Stanford, Terri Stephens, Misty Valentine, Karen Jenson. Kneeling
Potter, Debbie Latimer, Christi Tefertiller, and LaDonna Wethington.
arsity Cheerleaders Have Spirit
The cheerleaders anxiously await the beginning of the
game ifar leftl. Lori Stanford shows great spirit at the
pep rally lbelow rightl. The cheerleaders do a good job
in lifting everyone's spirit fbelowj. Darlene and Debbie
end a cheer of victory with the look of pride fbottom
leftl. Christie is waiting for Karen to get organized
Kbottom middlej. After all the hours of practice, Debbie
still has trouble completing the cheer.
The freshmen are newcomers into the
high school but they are doing a great job.
Under the supervision of the freshman
cheerleaders, the freshmen have shown
great spirit by winning the spirit stick and
supporting school activities. Miss Ponder,
leader of the squad, has a big part in helping
the girls do pyramids and other stunts. The
freshman cheerleaders consist of Sabrina
Petty, Robin Ellis, Tiffany Johnson,
Melony Blassingame, Angela Robello and
Christy Razor. These girls have done so
much for school spirit by having practices
during the summer and going to camp and
also by just taking part. We should
gongratulate these girls for a job well
Freshman cheerleaders cheer the varsity boys to
another great defeat lbelowl. The cheerleaders do a
cheer for the varsity players Crightl. Angela and Tiffany
wait to cheer while the varsity players enter the gym
Kbottoml. Tiffany Johnson shows great spirit at the pep
rally ffar rightl.
Standing left to right: Melony Blassingame, Tiffany Johnson, Robbin Ellis, Sabrina Petty and Angie Ro
Kneelingg Christie Razor.
Stefanie Mulford, Kim O'Connor. Kneeling: Charlisa Knight. Front: Elizabeth Leal.
The 1982-83 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders
have a great squad. They all show enormous
amount of spirit. Under the strong
leadership of Miss Ponder, the Junior
Varsity squad has led our team to have high
spirit. The Junior Varsity squad consists of
juniors Charlisa Knight and Elizabeth Leal
and sophomores Stefanie Mulford and Kim
O'Connor. There is no specific captain ofthe
squad, the girls take turns at leading the
team. We should commend these girls for
their pride and hard effort.
The Junior Varsity cheerleaders perform a pyramid to
boost the crowds spirit ffar leftj. Kim 0,Connor enjoys
cheering at the Northside pep rally fupper leftl.
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The Brewer Bear Marching Band has had
a great year. They received straight ones at
the Cleburne Marching Contest in October.
About two weeks later the band went to the
Region 5 U.I.L. Contest and received
straight superior ratings. The Bear Band
was the only band to receive straight
superior ratings by all three judges in class
4A. The band was then off to State. They did
a great job at representing White
Settlement at Austin. We should
congratulate the band for a job well done.
Keep up the good work!!
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Caressa Dollahite has been a band
member since the sixth grade. She is now
a member of both the symphonic and jazz
ensemble bands. Last year she recieved a
superior for her solo performance of
"Scene in Air". For the past two years she
recieved a superior rating at UIL contest
for both solo and ensemble. For the past
four years she has been a member of the
all-region band and she was also selected
for the TWC Honor Band. These
aforementioned honors are only a few of
her accomplishments so it is easy to see
why she was chosen this year's Band
Basses and Baritones Clarinets
nor Saxophones Alto Saxophones
ercussion French Horns
Brewer S mphonic Band
From left to right: John Clem, Mark Daniels, Dawn Lane, Perry McDonald, Billy Lemme, Don Cribbs, Roger Bryant, Wayne Peterson, David Farrar, Jeff Ware, Cl.
Everage, Jody Walden, Steve Rawlins, Eric Keller, Stacy Godi, Carol Abbott, Tina Curtis, Lori Smith, Lori Rawlins, Cristy Chamberlain, Gail Chamberlain, Frank Mullir
Robbie Rodriquez, Buck Gilcrease, Dianna Abbott, Kim Williams, Todd DeShong, Tony Guerrero, Robert Robertson, Steve Lacy, Paula Melton, Kathy Byers, Robl
Martin, Kellye Reeves, Stacey Draper, Suzanne Waller, Toni Webb, Belinda, Mary Frantom, Stacy Keannaanina, Veronica Casillas, Caressa Dollahite, Deanna Clawso
Stephanie Draper, Lisa Benton, Lisa Park, Colleen Norton, Debbie Oakely, Kelli Shafer, Lorri Shertzer, Cheryl Abbott, Laurie Stevens, and Director of Bands, N
Brewer Concert Bands
From Left to right starting at the top: David Sayers, Andrew Alderson, Tracy Godi, Mary Durko, Kevin
McDermott, Gregg Green, Eluid Guerrero, Tracy Rubenkoenig, David Parsons, Jeff Elliott, Ricky Thompson,
Cindy Keller, Jeff Duncan, Robin Shoe, Rusty Davis, Mr. Collison, Terry Bartlett, Robyn Bray, Brian Alcorn,
Carol Collins, Scott Lahmer, Ginae McDonald, Rodney Young, Shellie Rubenkoenig, Bobby Stanfield, Kristi
Farrar, David Stephan, Elizabeth Polk, Stephen Reeves, Yvette Atkins, Donna Yaws, Rene Layton, Cathy Sosa,
Shelly Hooten, Michelle Ray, Lisa Templeton, Tamara McNutt, Lee Blanchard, Christy McBryde, Vicki
Landreth, Connie Searcy, Shelley Coffman, Sheri Boggess, Valerie Archer, Teresa Evans, Janice Foy, Sheila
Jackson, and Phala Ware. Qabovel. Michelle Tolinson, Chris Carr, Beau Williams, David Taylor, Cheria Crockett,
Lance Draper, Shane Craven, Thomas Higgens, Fred Durko, Darrell Dale, Kim Branch, Serina Geter, Danielle
Sellers, Michelle Berks, and Amy Thornborrow Cabove rightj
Brewer Jazz En emble
Brewer tage Band
From left to right, top row: Dani Houchin, Robbie
Rodriquez, Greg Boe, Cristy Chamberlain, and
Lori Rawlins. 2nd row: Steve Rawlins, Ken Pape,
Jody Walden, Eric Keller, and Mr. Lamb. 3rd row:
Todd DeShong, Tony Guerrero, Scott Walker, Kim
Williams, and Caressa Dollahite. 4th row: Scott
Marshall, Lori Smith, Dawn Lane, Mark Daniels,
and Mark Williams.
m left to right, back row: Mr. Collison, Cliff Everage, Tracy Godi, Michael Lauderdale, Ricky Thompson, Jeff Duncan, and Rusty Bryant. Middle row: Robert
bertson, Stephen Reeves, Rob Summerhill, Darrell Dale, and Veronica Casillas. Front row: Rodney Young, Frank Mullins, and Jeff Elliott.
The Majorettes, who go to various contests,
have been rated straight ones throughout the
year. They consist of Senior Kellye Reeves,
Juniors Lisa Barnes, Stacey Draper, and
Sophomores Terri Collett, and Andi Reeder.
This group is under the strong guidance of Mrs.
Johnson and has done well. These girls get up
every morning to march with the bandg they also
perform various routines in pep rallies. This year
the girls have twirled fire and also all of them
have their solo feature during the Hungarian
Rhapsody. In May the girls will be going to State
to be judged by very tough judges. Good luck and
keep up the hard work.
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rightb, Terri Collett gets ready to leave after a hard
days work imiddle topl, Lisa Barnes and Stacey
Draper march with pride and dignity fabovel, Terri
Collett shows off her twirling abilities fmiddle
Stacey Draper, Terri Collett, Andi Reeder, Kellye Reeves, Lisa Barnes.
The Flag Corps is a group consisting of
thirteen members. Under the supervision of
Laurie Hartley and Jeanine Kuhlman the
Flag Corps has improved from past years.
The Flag Corps also does a great job at
coloring the band with their blue and white
flags. Mrs. McCormick, the sponsor, has
said that she wants to have good, precise
routines and spirit.
Mary Durko practices in the cold weather ffar leftb.
The Flag Corps at the beginning ofa game labove leftl.
Mary Durko, Ramona Ramirez, and Connie Searcy are
excited before the game fleftl. Darla Teague and Mary
Durko perform at the pep rally laboveb.
Standing: Karen Crisp, Monda Idell, Nannette Brown, Tracy Lovell Michelle Black J ulxe Carothers Angela Rice Stephanie McDonald l
Sharon Easton, Traci Calton, Debby Barnett, Lori Lively Janet Smith Sabra Barker JoAna Fenn Terri Berkley Kneeling Mary Winters
Lohman, Gina Dyer, Jane White, Julie Evans, Katrina Podsednlk Elizabeth Lockhart Toni Williams Sltting Hilda Flores Wendi Scroggins Cindy Holcomb
Kisselburg, DeeDee Duncan
1982 - 83
This year's Honeycomb Drill Team was
hardworking and dedicated to having a good
season. Despite early practices and
backbreaking Cand muscle-stretchingl
work, the girls stuck with it and earned
recognition as an outstanding team. They
also helped raise school spirit at pep rallies
and football games. The Honeycombs
should be commended for their efforts.
Janet, J oAna, and Chris have varying reactions to a new
routine fabove rightl. Mary says, "I knew it was bad,
but nobody told me it was that bad!" frightj. Nannette
knows how hard it is to be glamorous early in the
morning ffar rightl.
of the Year
Honeycomb of the Year for 1982-1983 was
awarded to Cindy Holcomb, a senior. Cindy has
been on the drill team for four years and served
as lieutenant her junior year and captain this
year. She received all-star dancer and honor roll
for most-outstanding. Cindy also participated in
NHS, annual staff, Key Club, Young Christians,
stage band, YAC, and served as Language Club
secretary and senior class corresponding
secretary. Cindy has many memories of drill team
and comments about her experience, "Drill team
has been a large part of my life, but it's been time
well spent. I feel the teamwork and friendships
have helped me prepare for the challenges that
lie aheadf' Mrs. Roller, drill team sponsor, says,
i'Having Cindy as a captain this past year has
been a tremendous pleasure as well as being a
super big help, I don't believe anyone could have
carried the honor of Honeycomb of the Year as
well as she has. Thanks a lot, Cindy!
Hilda Flores, Wendi Scroggins, Cindy Holcomb, Tina Kisselburg, and Dee Dee Duncan.
Tina and Debby march proudly at the White l
Settlement Days Parade Qtop rightl. Debby takes a
short nap, 7 a.zn. comes pretty early Kabovel. Cindy
says, "Ask me, I know!" icenter rightl. Drill teamers
watch their friends with interest Qrightj. Gina
concentrates on her fancy footwork lfar rightl.
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"Woods and Water is Brewer High School's
outdoor program. The group includes over fifty
students. Our objectives are simply to have good
experiences and good times. Activities have
ranged from afternoons at the zoo to weekend
camping trips. In the future we hope to plan a
canoe trip, picnics, and more weekend outings.
By working closely with the Scout's Explorer
program, beautiful facilities and many summer
activites are available. We hope to further
develop the Woods and Water program into a
strong, and excited group for everyonef' Miss
Lewis - Sponsor.
Woods and Water members ftopj. Cheery campers
from the first Woods and Water campout this
Top row: Mark Cofer, Robert Moore, Sammy Carr, Andy Sullenberger, Rodger McCall, Clint Jaynes, Tony McClure, Alex Beck, Steve Lemons, Buck Gilcrease, Teri
Stephens, and Chris Bolin. 2nd Row: Eric Keller, Ken Pape, Tina Curtis, Ben Earley, Angela Powell, Karen Jenson, Tim Spoonemore, Trey Thetford, Eric Morrig
Stacy Kreneak, Christie Tefertiller, Angie Shelton, and Lori Stanford. 3rd Row: Eddy Shutza, John Thornborrow, Charles Hughes, Debbie Latimer, Sharon Daviso
Dianna Gragg, Hilda Flores, Cindy Holcomb, Suzanne Waller, Colleen Norton, and Sylvia Chapa. 4th Row: Ricky Johnston, Shelly Cobb, Paula Melton, Lisa Par
Felix Leal, Chris Gerling, Kelly Reeves, Lori Smith, Sheila McGonigal, Terri Timmes, and Biatriz Chapa. 5th Row: Jody Walden, Brad Mercer, Randy Walker, Carr'
Fenn, Todd DeShong, Dianna Abbott, Candy Azier, Steve Rawlings, Tony Guerrero, and Barbie Eyler. '
Charles and Brad settle in for another 'lexcitingu
N.H.S. meeting ftop leftJ.J eff, Randy, Sam say "that's
right, we're bad!" ltop rightl. Sheila laughs at a
particularly funny joke Qaboveh. Eric takes a trip to La
La Land during a meeting at break irightj.
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tanding: Terri Timmes, Randy Walker, Dianna Abbott, sitting: Angie Shelton, and Todd DeShong.
The National Honor Society is doing a
great job under the supervision of
President Todd DeShong and other
officers. This club has had various fund
raising projects that include dances and
different activities. High academic
grades are a must to get into this society.
Although everybody isn't in every
project, this society pulls together as a
unit to raise school pride and spirit. The
sponsors, Mrs. Ware and Mrs. Hope, have
great hope in making this a memorable
year, we should give the National Honor
Society a big "thanks!',
Bottom left: Sheilia McGonigil laughs at fellow
member's joke. Bottom right: N.H.S. members
discuss what to do the next week.
Student Council A
Standin : An ie Shelton, Kevin Martin, Darrel McCollough, John Thornborrow, Jeff King, Tina Curtis, Jody
Walden, Middle Row: Tim Spoonmore, Scott Marshall, Andy Sullenberger, Shelly Cobb, Lori Stanford, Sitting:
' ' ' andre Mejia, Dana Houchin.
Christi Teferteller, Christy Razor, Gail Chamberlain, S
Student Council representatives are
elected by the Student Body for the student
body. Representatives work hard at raising
school spirit. They also try to get other
students involved in school activities. A
good deal of time and effort is put out by this
group to help the community. Food and toy
drives are sponsored for the needy. This
group also sponsors the annual Ranch Day
program that is so popular at Brewer. The
students on Student Council merit the
recognition and commendation of the
student body for their contribution to
Brewer and White Settlement.
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rightl. Christi plays with her dolly fcenterl. Andy
Sullenberger watches with awe Kcenterl . Tim has a hard
time figuring out how to play with his toy Crightl.
ding: Scott Marshall - treasurerg Shelly Cobb - Secretary: Sitting: Andy Sullengerger - president, not pictured
y Spence - vice president.
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explains as Tina smugly looks on. Cabovej Jody and
Dani are caught playing with the toys. ifar, leftj Scott
and Daryl are excited about the toy. fleftl
The Annual Staff has a large job because
we want to make sure that your year is
complete by giving Brewer the best annual
ever. The staff works hard to raise money in
different activities throughout the year, so
that we can produce the annual. Under the
strong leadership of Mrs. Finn, the staff
gives their best effort. Carrie Fenn, the
editor- in-chief makes sure that all projects
and the annual are at their finest. The staff
members are on a point system this year in
which every person must earn 100 points to
be able to go to Austin with the staff. This
includes coming to meetings, workshops,
selling ads, and helping in projects. We
slhould commend the staff for a job well
Mrs. Finn checks layouts for errors ltop leftl.
Raymond Brantley pauses for a picture ftop far leftj.
Carrie Ferm, our hard-working editor iabovel. The
organization section is a stressful job, but Shelly Cobb
is still able to smile iabove middlel. Ginae McDonald
dislikes posing for pictures - a little Cabove rightl.
Christi Tefertiller is always ready to smile frightj.
Annual signs are being painted by Kim OlConnor ffar
John Thornborrow has done a great job as photography
editor ftop leftb. Clowning around is important to
relieve stress, says Jeff White itopl. Hayden Lewis
preparing to print a faculty picture Cabove leftb. Tina
Kisselburg takes care of ad sales fabove midd1eJ.Biatriz
Chapa is a valuable worker Cabovej. Jody Walden and
Tina Paden smile for the camera fleftl.
Back row: Tim Baker, Robert Miller, Zane Peppers, Mark Chaffin. Front row: Scooter Anderson, Ken Russell, and Randy Trent
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Youth Advisor Council
ing left to right: Steve Lemons, Lisa Frantom, Lori Shertzer, Renee Cochran, Clint Jaynes, Eric Morris, Jiro Morrison, and Devon Bower. Middle row: Sammy
Sabrina Petty, Kristi Leach, Debbie Latimer, Dianna Gragg, Carrie Goss, Rhonda Wooten, and Renee Welch. Front row: Shelly Lawrence, Mark Eddy, Wayne
om, and Chris Carr.
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ng left to right: Curtis Gandy, Tony Richards, Steven Slaughter, Jim Pollard, Elmer Thompson and Jay Gordon. Seated: Dwayne Jett, Bobby Baker, Cylinda
n, and Andy Brooks.
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This year's Drama Club, led by the strong
leadership of Ms. Deaver, has had a very
rewarding year. The only requirements for
the club are to have theatrical interests and
to be ready to work. The drama club plans
to compete in the U.I.L. one act play
competition, and to have several
productions. This year's officers and club
should be congratulated on a great year.
Ricky Johnston struggles to free himself from his
Standing left to right: Stefanie Mulford, George Woodky, Ricky Johnston, Scott Harris, Danny Knowles,
Caley, Shane Reed, Stefanie Baker, Mike Lewis, Dawn Welborn, Darrel Dale, Gilliam Butler, a.nd R
Johnston. Seated: Lynn Wade, Michelle Barfield, Liz Sides, Debbie Barnett, Shelly Cobb, and S
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Drama Club officers are standing: Stefanie Mulford - secretaryltreasurer, Michelle Barfield - reporter, a
seated: Ricky Johnston - president, and Liz Sides - vice president.
Standing left to right: Shelly Cobb, Kristi Leach, Manuel Herrera, Zane Peppers, and Chris Carr. Middle row:
Carressa Dollahite, Veronica Casillas, Denisa Moore, Carrie Goss, Dianna Cragg, Mary Stowe and Deanna
Clawson. Kneeling: Lori Stanford, Tina Kisselburg, and Dianna Abbott.
This club consists of people enrolled in either
French or Spanish classes. The sponsors for this
yearls Language Club are Mrs. Wright and Mrs.
Ware. The only requirements are to be enrolled
in a language class, or to have completed two
years of language. This year's officers are:
president, Debbie Latimerg vice-president,
Dianna Abbott, secretary, Cindy Holcomb, and
treasurer, Tina Kisselburg. The Language Club
has been raising money through many activities
to help with their trip to Mexico, planned for late
April. The club also competes in the language
fair, and last year won first and second place
positions in the academic and cultural
competition. The Language Club has had a very
busy and yet rewarding year.
Coy Kent is frantically conjugating verbs ftop leftl.
Cindy Holcomb looks up excitedly when someone
mentions the upcoming trip to Cancun, while Darrell
McCullough takes the opportunity to peak at Cindy's
paper labove far leftj . Felix Leal appreciates agood joke
Cabove leftj. Not pictured are Steve Lemons, Eric
Morris, Jiro Morris, Cindy Holcomb, Debbie Latimer,
Terri Timmes, Felix Leal, Rhonda Wooten, Teresa
Chapa, Charlie Moreno, Mark Eddy, Clint Jaynes,
Dana Fields, Terri Stephens.
above are this years Language Club Officers, seated: Cindy Holcomb - secretary, Debbie Latimer -
Dianna Abbott - vice-president, and standing: Tina Kisselburg - treasurer
This year's Paper Staff, led by Ms. Doss,
has had a very good year. The staff, which
publishes eight issues of the Bear Facts and
competes in the U.I.L. competition also
takes an annual trip to Austin with the
annual staff. Members of the staff must have
an interest in writing and informing the
student body and an overall "B" average. An
interesting fact about this years paper staff
is that Terri Timmes, the editor, is the only
former member. Last year the staff won the
award of honor at the ILPC competition.
The staff should be congratulated on a great
The Sheik of Arabe, Jeff Pipkin fabovej. Lyle Draper
prints a picture iabove middlej. Brad Mercer knows
that writing copy takes alot of thought fabove far rightj.
Tamara Hall takes Brad's copy to the typewriter.
Standing left to right: William Orban, Lisa Frantom, Brian Rickard, Pat Phillips, Jeff Pipkin, Clint
Ramona Ramirez, Terry Mooney, Kerry Knox, Tamara Hall, and Brad Mercer. Seated are: Terri
Doss, Scott Lahmer, and Lyle Draper.
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ftop leftl. Ms. Doss helps Scott Lahmer and Terri
Timmes ftopj. Scott Lahmer looking at negatives while
posing to be placed on a negative fabove leftl. Lisa
Frantom sells ads over the phone iabovej. Ramona
Ramirez writes very interesting articles Cfar leftl. Ms.
Doss is cheering because paper sales were great
Distributive Education Clubs of America
A student who is enrolled in the marketing and
distributive education may be in Distributive
Education Clubs of America. The club promotes
civic consciousness, trains in leadership skills,
and helps give understanding in vocational and
social awareness. The club hopes to attend the
Leadership Lab in Glen Rose, the area contest in
Temple, and the State contest in Houston. Last
year seven DECA students were National Who's
Who, and DECA has won many other area and
Randall and Bobby take time out to have their picture
taken ftop leftl. Mrs. Brewton gives her students some
advice on arranging the scrapbook Qabovel. Sheila
Jackson works on making ads Qabove rightb.
Officers standing: Cathy Gabbert - parliamentarian, Michelle Watts - vice president, Randall
sergeant of arms, Candy Bray - reporter, Vicki Landreth - secretary, Sheila Whitfield - decoration and
and Kelly Ballard - treasurer. Seated are Rohbin Williams - president, Mrs. Brewton, and Sheri
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Industrial Cooperative Training
promotes interest in Vocational Education
and Industrial Cooperative Training
contests along with leadership. The club
symbolizes technology and research in
industry. Ken Barnett, this years new
sponsor, plans activities and projects for the
club. Industrial Cooperative Training
provides students with an excellent
opportunity to gain job knowledge, while
still enriching this knowledge.
Back row left to right: Jeff Mitchell - parliamentarian,
Kerry Rogers - reporter, Steve Terry - treasurer, and
Ronnie Hudgins - sergeant at arms. Seated are: Sylvia
Chapa - vice-president, Martin Foshee - president, and
Suzanne Waller - secretary.
Standing, left to right: Joe Rhodes, John Martinez,
David Lane, Jay Gordon, Brian Delk, Bubba Barker,
Robert Herfkins, Michael Watts, John Jennings, Mark
McKinney, Kevin Bernard, David Farrar, Rod Tatts,
Dwayne Cox, Don Cribbs, and Mr. Barnett. Seated:
Steven Terry, Ronnie Hudgins, Martin Foshee,
Suzanne Waller,, Jeff Mitchell, and Kerry Rogers. Not
Pictured: Sylvia Chapa.
The VOCT Club, under the supervision of
Mrs. Dinkell, has shown outstanding spirit
throughout the school year. These students
must be enrolled in C.V.A.E. to be able to
take part in club activities. The officers have
done a superb job at raising spirit and
participating in school functions. This club
has made positive contributions to the
school and the community. Another
purpose of this club is to promote an
appreciation for the American way of life,
develop an understanding for the world of
work, and develop individual pride in
workmanship. We should congratulate and
keep supporting this group.
Standing lett to right: Connie Carrera, uwayne yen, i
Occupation Career Training
Bobby Peace, Alicia Razo, Mrs. Dinkle, and AlicialoonzaigsfHfclriiexlffftllflialaffiHQf1lQ12QffE2Qr3Llkgk,
Trotter, and Carol Moreno. Seated: Jerry McFarland,
Standing: Craig Southersg Reporter, Wendy Stellg Treasurer, Jerry McFarlandg Sgt. At Arms, Carol Morenog
Secretary, David Wilsong Parliamentarian, Harold Helrnkeg Advisor, Lisa Petrikg President, and Larry Trotterg
Craig Southers, Wendy Stell, and David Wilson.
This year's OEA has had many very
successf ul years in the past. This year, under
the strong leadership of Linda Crouch and
Bennye McMullen, the girls have gone to
Area, State, and National Competitions and
have ranked very well. The plans for this
year consist of decorating the hall at a
nursing home, and visiting childrens
hospitals at halloween in costume. The
groups requirement's are to be in an office
education class and to promote office
education. All of the officers have high hopes
for this club. We should commend these
students for a job well done.
left to right:Michelle Ray,Dianna Gragg, Tammy Hall, Cathy Diebler, Colleen Norton, Karen
Mary Coppinger, Sharon Easton, Rhonda Brown , Penny Stewart, Theresa Beasley, Rene
Karen Strawbridge ffar leftl and Linda Jenkins lleftl
rush to finish a timing.
Moore, Tammie Walker, Teresa Williams, Gilliam Butler, Tracey Reath. Seated are: Sheri
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Tammy Hofer, Gina Wiggs, Michelle Alexander. Kneeling: Hilda Flores, Diana McClure,
e Duncan, Mary Winters, Debbie Buchtan, Cindy Wander, Sharon Davison, Kim Prather,
Standing: Rhonda Brown - reporter, Tammy Hofer - historian, Dianna Gragg - treasurer, Hilda Flores - vice
president. Sitting: Gina Wiggs - secretary, Mary Winters - president, and Linda Jenkins - parliamentarian.
Future Homemakers of America
Above are the 1982 - 83 members of the Future Homemakers of America Club.
Home Economics and Related Occupations
Standing left to right: Larry Little, Robin Terry, Craig Bonner, Tim Beck, Rusty Sanders, Page Jennings, and
Cheryl Ogdon. Middle Row: Angela Leonard, Kim McNutt, Mike 0'Conn'or, Wendy Russell, Cindy Mullins, Robin
Brown, and Tammy Teague. Seated: Jeanine Kuhlman, Debbie Lindsley, Dana Hatter, Rhonda Wooten, and
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Teresa Moore, Brenda Martinez, Phyllis Cross, Lesley Keiser, Oralia Chapa, Reneee Daniels,
, Middle Row: Julie Gregory, Sandra Morgan, Barbie Eyler, Monda Idell, Debbie Barnett.
Roland, Stacy Coontz, Rosemary Ray, and Sharon McBryde.
Jeanine Hanes, Sgt. At Arms, Oralia Chapag treasurer, Brewer Reporterg Debbie Barnett, Renee
Azle Reporter, Julie Gregory, President. Seated: Teresa Moore, Secretary, Barbie Eylerg
and Sharon McBrydeg vice-president.
Monda Idell practices her cosmo abilitiesitopl Sharon
McBryde gets her nails done iabovel.
Back row left to right: Johnny Miller, Matt Evetts, Kris Lawson, John Giaguinto, Richard Rogers, Kirby Littlepage, Frank Young, Kevin Carney, Ricky German,
Bret Miller, Randall Gibson, Mark Chaffin ifront rowl Donald Kraft, Clarence Richardson, Kenneth Stowe, Bobby Baker, Darrin Moyle, Bret Emit, Gary
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Randall Gibson plasters the walls and ceiling,
leftl Kirby Littlepage cuts wood to build the
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Paint and Bod
Standing left to right are Randy Carlyle, Bret Holbrook, Todd Boatman, Rusty Bryant, Mr. Flowers, Sheldon Scott, Ronny Thompson, Chris Clark iFront Rowl Ron
Stewart, Billy Campbell, Claten Barnette, Andy Brooks, Kevin Taylor, Scott Cummings, Ricky Putnam, and Ben Early.
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Standing left to right: Mr. Grant, Jimmy Neal, Kelly Joe Roden, Scott Ruggles, Jimmy Reed, Tracey Rubenkoenig, Chuck Malley, Randy Stogsdill, Troy Ranta, Mike
Goins, John Harmon, Doug Molden, Seated in center: Jimmy Hollar, Bill Fanning, Wayne Grissom, James McKinney, Mark Cofer, Bottom: Steve Smith, Greg Smith,
Randy Nabors, and Billy Wagner.
From left to right, top row: Mr. Grant, Scott Ruggles, Jimmy Reed, Tracey Rubenkoenig, Chuck Malley, Randy Stogsdill, Troy Ranta. Middle row: Steve Smith, Bi
Fanning, Wayne Grissom, Randy Nabors, Mark Cofer. Bottom row: Greg Smith, Doug Molden, Mike Goins, and Bill Wagner
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Standing left to right: Mrs. Chevalier, Lisa Frantom, Ken Russell, David Stephan, Billy Lemme, Mrs. Dulaney, Chris Bolin, Robert Miller, Lisa Oxendine, Sharon
Pow, Mrs. Dickinson, seating: Tracey Reath, Kathy Byers, Ken Pape, Zane Peppers, kneeling: Lori Shertzer, Dawn Shepard, Theresa Flynn, and Tim
anding: Rhonda Rogers, Edna Voss, Billy Lemme, Sherri Goss, Tina Mieske, kneeling: Mary Durko, seated: Kim Osborne, JoAnn Trantham, and Julie Evans.
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There is no school on earth where a group
of teachers can be found who care any
more about their students than at
Brewer. The real reason all of us are here
is to learn and our teachers are aware
that they shape both our minds and our
characters. What we learn from our
teachers we carry with us all of our lives.
For this reason, our teachers are the
backbone of our Bear Spiritg without
them our minds would be empty, our
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Mrs. Crouch Qabove leftl, Mrs. Dulaney Kabove centerl,
Miss Deaver Labove rightl. Mrs. Gosney Qabovej and
Ms. Doss Krightj
Mrs. Dickinson, fabove leftj, Mrs. Finn Cabovel, Mr.
Williamson icenter leftb
Mr. Lamb Cabovel and Mr. Collison Cleftl
Miss Lewis labovel, Mrs. Taylor Cabove rightl, Mrs.
Hope Qcenter rightj and Mr. Grant Qfar centerl
Mr. Gonzales Cabovel and Mr. Hart Lrightj V
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Miss Cox ffar leftl, Miss Kohn fcenterj, Mrs. Schmidt
fcenter leftj, and Miss McMullen Caboveb
Mrs. Fender labove leftl, Mrs. Brewton Qabove centerl,
and Mrs. Ware fabove right?
Mrs. Brandon icenter leftj, Mr. Curry icenter rightl,
and Mrs. McMullen frightj
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Mrs. Shwartz fabove leftj, Mrs. Carter fabove rightl
Mrs. Ezell Qcenter leftl, Mrs. Larson fcenterl, Mrs
Burton Qcentet rightj, and Mr. Stewart Cleftj
Mr. Roller Kabove, leftl, Mrs. Culbreath fabove rightl,
and Mrs. Dinkel Kcenterl, and Coach Kincannon
Mr. Kearley iabove leftl and Mrs. Chevalier Krightl.
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Back w: Catherine Deaver, Vikki Doss, Jennifer Finn, Blayne Williamson, James Roller, Nancy Wright, Pam DeVoe, and Paula Ponder. Front row: Karen Che 2
Pa l Hope, Mary Ware, Melba Roller, Mary Lewis, Patricia Shmidt, Renee Nophsker, and Suzanne Culbreth.
Co-Head Sponsor of
National Honor Society
National Honor Society
Woods and Waters
Dungeons and Dragons
Co-Head Sponsor -
Freshman and J .V.
day custodians are Mr. Dalton Allison, Mr. Paul Stanley, and Mrs. Penny Lewis
ght custodians are Mr. William Rainey, Mr. Villcheck, and Mr. Roy Kieser.
Mr. Clay iabovel, and Mr, Krivanek fabove rightj.
Mr. Busse labovel and Mr. Kime frightl.
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Superintendent Clabe Welch
Mr. Clabe Welch is a hard-working, caring administrator for the White Settlement Independent School District.
Some of his accomplishments for the benefit of the school are as follows: He established E.S.L. CEnglish as a Second Languagel
non-English-speaking students. Mr. Welch made recommendations for the new gym materials which included new mats, new floor a
Not only is Mr. Welch interested in the school but is also interested in the faculty. He instituted a much-appreciated four-hund
dollar a year raise for the local staff.
Mr. Welch shows his interest in the students in other ways as wellg for example, he is always present at pep rallies and other stud
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1982-83 School Board and
eoretar to the Superintendent
nbers of the school board are: standing, Mr. Jimmie Barrett and Mr. Larry Marshall who is school board president. Seated are Mr. Joe Howeth,
Cecil Jenson, and Mr. Willie Brannon. Not pictured is Mr. Fred Thetford.
fiyra Jaynes, secretary to the superintendent
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Student Life is the section of the annual
devoted to some of the activities of the
school year. From the Pucker-Up
Contest to Ranch Day, each page has
been carefully designed to bring back
some happy memories. Here also you will
find the dedication page and our editor's
message. So, turn the page Bears, it's
been a year of high spirits and fun
Ranch Day ACt1V1t16S F111 Brewer W1th Splflt
Ranch Day at Brewer High catches the
eye of everyone from the Big Gulp contest
to the ever-famous tug-of-war. Lori
Stanford 8: Randy Reaves received the titles
of Ranch Day King and Queen.
The events were the Obstacle course,
Horse race, Sack race, Big Gulp, and
Tug-of-war. These fun-filled events are all
a hilarious way to spend Ranch Day.
Senior guys pull to victory Qtop leftj Mrs. Culbreath
gets into the spirit of Ranch Day too ftop righti. Mark
Chaffin uhorse' for Mark Caley and Buck Gilcrease,
Randy Reaves "horse" race to win. Kleftj
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Mary Winters crams in her last big gulp. fupper leftl
Angela Leonard demonstrates her famous
chug-a-lugging. ftop centerj Randal Robertson spurs
his Uhorsel' Don MacAffee. ftop rightj Mean Alan
Kieser says "I'l1 take another diet lemon-lime please."
ileftl I didrft know Bears ate bananas. faboveb
David Westbrook, he's got the beat iupper leftl. Students jam at the dance fabovel. Band Hurricane in
action Cmiddle leftl. Lead singer fantasizes his music lmiddle rightl. Kelly Leblanc, "God I'm Good."
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tine's Day Cake Sale, serving
personalized cakes. These heart-shapes
calories had everyone digging deep i1
their pockets so they could get one.
Cindy Holcomb attracts passers-by faboveb, Hilda
Flores decides how much Valentine cake she wants
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Pucker - Up Conte t
Trudy Morris waits to pucker up in the Student
Council Sponsored Contest. iabovej.
Dana Fields points to her smackers fabovel, Dee
Dee Duncan smooches the wall fleftl, Tonya
DeLeon, Angie Shelton, and Mary Winters smack
away Cabove leftj.
1982-83 Bear Tracks Dedication
The 1982-'83 Bear Tracks staff would like
to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Eldon
Krivanek for his help in producing our
annual, without his efforts it would not have
been possible. As one teacher puts it, "he's
very approachable, pleasant, and concerned
about student and faculty as a unit, not
divided into groups." His sincere concern is
definitely appreciated by all members of
this year's staff. Another teacher comments,
"Mr. Krivanek is a fine example of a
principal and a friend." His fairness and
understanding is felt by the students,
teachers and community. In addition to our
thanks, we would like to offer
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Krivanek
on the birth of their Valentine baby,
Christina Marie. It is with great pride that
the 1982-'83 Bear Tracks is dedicated to
Eldon Krivanek, Principal of Brewer High
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As editor in chief of the 1982-'83 Bear
Tracks I learned many things. One of the
most important things I learned was what
great friends I haveg without their help
and support I could not have faced the
responsibilities of being editor. I'd also
like to give Mr. Krivanek and Mrs. Finn
a special thanks for their time and
Being on annual staff has been a unique
experience filled with many challenges
and rewards that I will remember long
after high school. I'd like to reward next
year's staff with a truckload of liquid
paper and a camera that really works. To
the class of '83 I'd like to say Good Luck
and I hope everyone enjoys this year's
annual for many years to come.
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In the past, We've used mostly
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plants built to uselignite coal. And,
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Gene Thompson and Associates
300 N. Jim Wright Freeway
Independent Real Estate
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Congratualtions to the Seniors
of 1982 - 83 of Brewer High
THE CITY OF WHITE SETTLEMENT
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Toys 'H' Us
A Special THANKS to you
MARTI N IZING
Wedding Gowns Heirloomed
HRS. 7:OO AM - 6100 PM Mon. - Fri. To 4:00 PM Sat
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645 N. Cherry Lane
White Settlement, Texas 76108
Calvin Draper Bus. Phone
Owner and Operator 246 1571
The Annual Staff Wishes to Express Their Appreciation and Thanks to
the Following People For Their Invaluable Contribution to the Annual
Mr. Dalton Allison
Mrs. LaVon Ballard
Mr. Wayne Burt
Mrs. Linda Carroll
Ms. Vikki Doss
Mrs. Joy Gilcrease
Lee Ann Jennings
Ms. Sheen King
Mr. Eldon Krivanek
Mr. Gene Lamb
Mr. Wayne Muir
Mr. Wayne Muir
Mrs. Suzanne Narrell
Mrs. Janie Shelton
Mr. Donald Stanley
Also a special thanks to all the teachers who allowed the staff
members to work on the annual during class time
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Abanilla, Joseph 68, 99
Abanilla, Richard 82, 103, 120
Abbott, Carol 29, 140, 143, 144
, Cheryl 29, 140, 143, 144
Abbott, Dianna 25, 29, 140, 144,
, Kelly ss, 100, 130
Acord, Shelly 52
Adams, Pam 29
Adkins, David 82, 102, 120
, Scott 68
Alcorn, Brian 29, 144
Alexander, Lynn 82
Alexander, Michelle 167
Anderson, Andy 68, 140, 143, 144
Anderson, Bubba 68
Anderson, David 52
Anderson, Michelle 52, 63
Anderson, Scooter 52, 158
Andrea, Todd 82
Archa, Valerie 68, 140, 143, 144
Atkins, Yvette 68, 140, 143, 144
Aziere, Candy 52, 140, 143, 152
Baker, Bobby 59, 170
Baker, Stephanie 68
Tim 68, 82, 158
Ballard, Kelly 29, 164
Barfield, Michelle 52, 165
Barker, Bubba 29, 165
Barker, Sabra 82, 148
Barnes, Lisa 52, 146
Barnette, Clayton 52, 171
Barnette, Debbie 29, 148, 160, 1
Barnette, Linda 29
Barrett, Kerry 68, 132, 133
Bartlett, Terry 29, 140, 143, 144
Bartlow, Douglas 52
Beasley, Mary 68, 147
Beasley, Theresa 29, 167
Beck, Alex 29, 97, 152
Beck, Daniel 82
Beck, Rachel 29
Beck, Tim 52
Becker, Debra 52
Beckner, Sean 82, 129
Belcher, Toi 82, 198
Bell, Steve 29, 110, 112
Benton, Lisa 82, 91, 144
Berkley, Terri 82, 148
Bernard, Kevin 38, 165
Bigby, Sheri 29, 162
Black, Michelle 68, 148
Blackney, Melissa 82
Blackney, Thomas 52
Blanchard, Lee 82
Blassingame, Kevin 69
Blassingame, Melony 82, 88, 119, 138
Blum, Brian 69
Boatman, Todd 30, 171
Boe, Greg 140, 143, 145
Boggess, Sherri 52, 144
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Bolich, Steve 69
Bolin, Chris 23, 30, 152, 173
Bolin, Dad 82
Bolling, Janice 82
Bonner, Craig 30, 168
Bowen, Gordon 52
Bower, DeVon 30, 158, 159
Branch, Kim 69, 144
Brantley, Raymond 30, 56
Bray, Andy 69, 100
Bray, Candy 52, 164
Bray, Robin 82, 144
Brewer, Skeeter 82
Bridges, Ronnie 82
Broad, Adam 82
Broad, Trisha 82
Brooks, Andy 30, 47, 171
Brown, Nannette 69, 148
Brown, Rhonda 30
Brown, Robin 52, 168
Browning, Eric 69
Brumment, Dink 82
Bryant, Daniel 82
Bryant, Rodger 30, 144
Bryant, Rusty 145, 171
Buchanan, Robert 83
Buchtan, Debbie 22, 28, 30, 167
Burke, Glen 69
Burks, Michelle 83, 144
Burnett, Jason 69
Burroughs, Jeanie 83
Bustos, Linda 53
Butler, Gilliam 53, 160, 167
Byers, Cathy 30, 144, 173
Calder, Leonard 69
Caley, Mark 69, 160
Calton, Traci 53, 148
Campbell, Billy 53, 171
Carey, Judy 69
Cagill, Quintin 30, 97
Carlyle, Randy 53, 171
Carlyle, Scott 69
Carney, Kevin 170
Carothers, Julie 69, 148
Carr, Chris 83, 144, 158, 159, 161
Carr, Sammy 30, 130, 152, 159, 196
Carr, Toby 83, 120
Carrera, Connie 166
Carroll, Dee 83
Casey, Dwayne 69, 85
Casillas, Veronica 53, 144, 145, 161
Cearley, Dawn 83
Chaffin, Mark 30, 158, 170 194
Chamberlain, Christy 70, 144, 145
Chamberlain, Gail 81, 83, 121, 144
Chapa, Biatriz 53, 152, 157
Chapa, Oralia 53, 169
Chapa, Sylvia 30, 152
Teresa 53, 56, 128
Teresa 70, 131
Chapman, Larry 70, 118
Chatman, Dole 83
Clapp, Estes 83, 102
Clark, Chris 171
Clark, Jana 70, 78, 114, 116
Clark, Mary 83
Clawson, Deanna 31, 144, 161
Clem, John 70, 140, 143, 144
Clements, Alice 83
Cobb, Shelly 53, 65, 152, 155, 156, 160, 161
Cochran, Ben 70
Cochran, Renee 31, 159, 164
Cofer, Dale 31, 97
Cofer, Mark 152, 172
Coffman, Shelly 53, 140, 143, 144
Collette, Terri 70, 146
Collins, Carol 70, 140, 143, 144
Coontz, Stacey 53, 69
Cooper, D.L. 83
Coppinger, Mary 53, 61, 148, 167
Cornelius, Melissa 70, 122, 123
Covey, David 83, 91
Cox, Alva 53, 100
Cox, Dwayne 83
Cox, Randy 83
Cox, Terry 70, 118, 132, 133
Crary, Rhonda 31
Crawford, Eddy 164
Cribbs, Don 53, 144, 165
Crisp, Karen 70, 74, 148
Crocker, Danny 70
Crocker, Johnny 83
Crockett, Cheria 85, 144
Croft, Floyd 31, 97
Cross, Phyllis 54, 144
Crow, Benita 54
Crump, Matt 39
Cummings, Scott 54, 171
Cunningham, Mike 70, 71
Curtis, Max 54
Curtis, Tina 39, 56, 128, 129, 140, 143, 144, 152,
Dale, Darrel 70, 144, 145, 160
Daniels, Charles 71
Daniels, Mark 54, 140, 143, 144, 145
Daniels, Rene 54, 169
Davis, Chad 67, 71, 79, 100, 132, 133
Davis, Rusty 54, 144
Davison, Sharon 54, 152, 167
Dean, Juanita 31
Dear, Nick 80, 83, 102
Deaver, Randall 71, 72, 100, 130
Deaver, Richie 54, 62, 98, 130
DeLeon Tonia 71, 114, 115, 116, 131, 199
Delk, Brian 48, 165
DeLosSantos, Renee 31, 167
Deponte, Dawn 83, 90, 121
Deritis, Tammy 83
Deshong, Todd 31, 140, 143, 144, 145, 152, 153
Dickens, Hope 71
Dickey, Carolyn 71
Diebler, Cathy 54, 167
Dixon, Jamie 71, 167
Dollahite, Carressa 31, 141, 144, 145, 161
Donaldson, Carey 71
Doughty, Ronnie 71
Downey, Mike 71, 130
Draper, Lance 71, 100, 130, 144
Draper, Lyle 31, 162, 163
Draper, Stacey 54, 144, 146
Draper, Stephanie 81, 83, 144, 147
Duncan, DeeDee 31, 42, 148, 150, 167, 199
Duncan, Jeff 54, 144, 145
Dunfee, Jonathon 71
Dunn, Mike 83
Dunn, Chad 54, 110, 112, 123
Durko, Fred 71, 140, 143, 144
Durko, Mary 84, 144, 147, 173
Dwayne, Cox 165
Dyer, Gina 71, 148
Earle, Paul 84
Earley, Ben 50, 54, 60, 152, 171
Earley, Melinda 69, 72
Eastland, Tori 84
Easton, Sharon 31, 42, 148, 167
Eddy, Mark 84, 159
Eddy, Matthew 84
Eddy, Melissa 84
Edwards, Carlise 72, 140, 143
Elam, Danny 84
Elam, Jeff 55, 166
Elliot, Jeff 72, 140, 143, 144, 145
Ellis, Robbin 80, 84, 121, 138
Emmett, Bret 72, 170
Emory, Sabrina 84
Engelke, John 72
Erwin, Roy 72
Esquivel, Jesse 72, 100
Evans, Julie 84, 148, 173
Evans, Teresa 72
Everage, Clifford 72, 140, 143, 144, 145
Evetts, Matt 55, 98, 170
Eyler, Barbie 31, 42, 152, 169
Fanning, Bill 55
Farrar, David 144, 145
Farrar, Kristi 55, 140, 143, 144
Farmer, Tim 72
Fenn, Carrie 23, 31, 42, 152
Fenn, JoAna 72, 74, 148
Feronti, Donald 72, 100, 122, 123
Feronti, Sam 31, 42, 97, 122, 123
Fewell, Larry 84
Fielding, Misty 72
Fields, Dana 27, 31, 114, 116, 199
Fisher, Donny 71, 72, 100, 130
Flannigan, Mike 31, 42
Flemming, Larry 55
Flores, Hilda 148, 150, 152, 167, 198
Flores, Ricky 55
Floyd, Ken 84, 102
Flynn, Theresa 55, 72, 173
Ford, Roy 84
Foshee, Martin 26, 31, 165
Foster, Dwayne 84
Fowler, Carl 84
Foy, Janice 55, 140, 143, 144
Framton, Lisa 55, 159, 162, 163, 173
Frantom, Mary 84, 144
Gabbert, Mark 55
Gage, Bobby 55
Gandy, Craig 84
Gandy, Curtis 159
Garrett, Bret 72
Garza, Suzy 84
Gentry, Danny 32
Gerling, Chris 32, 42, 152
German, Ricky 170
German, Ronnie 72
Geter, Serina 84, 144
Giaquinto, John 55, 170
Gibson, Randall 72, 170
Gilcrease, Buck 25, 32, 38, 42, 144, 152, 194
Gill, Don 55
Gober, LeeAnn 84
Godi, Stacy 55, 144
Godi, Tracy 85, 144, 145
Goins, Mike 55, 172
Gomez, Ricky 72, 100, 126
Gonzales, Alicia 166
Goode, Adam 73
Gordon, Jay 56, 159, 161
Goss, Carrie 73, 128, 159, 161
Goss, Sherri 85, 173
Gossett, Eddy 85
Gossett, Ginger 85, 140, 143
Gragg, Dianna 56, 65, 152, 159, 161, 167
Grammar, Mark 85
Grantham, David 85, 102, 120, 126
Green, Gregg 73, 140, 143, 144
Green, Susan 32
Gregory, Julie 32, 42, 169
Griffin, Billy 85
Grissom, Patricia 73
Grissom, Wayne 56, 159, 172
Grubb, Nancy 56, 74
Guerrero, Eluid 73, 140, 143, 144
Guerrero, Tony 32, 42, 140, 143, 144, 145, 152
Guire, Patty 131
Hall, Loreen 32, 164
Hall, Sandra 56
Hall, Tammy 56, 162
Hamilton, Melinda 85
Hammons, Loren 166
Hanes, Janet 56
Hanes, Jeanine 169
Harmon, Michael 56, 172
Harris, Scotty 73, 140, 143, 160
Hartley, Laurie 32, 140, 143, 160
Hartman, Byron 73, 100, 101, 110, 112
Hatcher, Kim 73
Hatter, Dana 32, 42, 168
Hatter, Jerry 85
Hayden, Denise 42
Hayes, Bert 85
Hayes, Vicki 85
Helmke, Harold 61, 166
Henderson, Ken 56
Henderson, Russell 72, 73, 100, 130
Henley, Jeff 18, 32, 42, 97, 122, 123
Herfkins, Robert 165
Hernandez, Angie 32, 42, 128, 129
Herrea, Hernando 84
Herrera, Manuel 56, 161
Herron, Douglass 85
Hickson, Cylinda 159
Higgins, Billy 56
Higgins, Beverly 73
Higgins, Tommy 85
Hill, Deanna 32, 164
Hill, Jean 85
Hill, Penny 73
Hendrix, Michael 56
Hofer, Tammy 32, 42, 167
Hoffman, Selma 56
Hogwood, Les 57, 118
Holbrook, Bret 57, 98, 171
Hoolcomb, Cindy 28, 32, 42, 148, 149, 150, 152,
Holden, Stacy 32
Holland, Ronald 73
Holler, Jimmy 57, 172
Holmes, Lori 85
Hooten, Shelly 73
Hobover, Larry 32, 99
Houchin, Dani 85, 91, 140, 143, 145, 154, 155
Hudgins, Ronnie 32, 42, 165
Huffman, John 73
Huffman, Oleta 85
Hughes, Adrian 73
Hughes, Charles 32, 39, 43, 152
Hughes, Linda 73
Hunt, Clayton 85, 102
Hunt, Debbie 73
Idell, Monda 32, 43, 95, 148, 169
Ikerd, Collette 73
Ingram, Brant 18, 19, 32, 43, 98
Jackson, Sheila 33, 43, 49, 140, 143,
James, T,J. 85
James, Lyndell 74, 100
Jaynes, Celia 73
Jaynes, Clint 57, 94, 99, 110, 112, 113, 130, 152
Jenkins, Linda 26, 33, 39, 167
Jennings, John 33, 43, 165
Jennings, Page 163
Jett, Dwayne 159, 166
Cynthia 33 43 131
Johnson: Eric si, 851102, 120
Johnson, Gary 57, 170
Gene 57, 170
Johnson, Tiffany 86, 121, 131, 138
, Ricky 53, 57, 65, 152, 160
Johnston, Ronnie 85, 160
Jolly, Kari 74
Jones, Don 110, 112
Jones, Tracey 33
Kasterke, Tim 86, 91, 144
Keanianna, Stacy 86, 91, 144
Keefer, Bruce 33, 43
Keiser, Alan 23, 33, 43, 98, 130,
Keiser, Brian 86
Keiser, Lesa 57, 164
Keiser, Lesley 57, 169
Keller, Cindy 86, 140, 143, 144
Keller, Eric 57, 60, 144, 145, 152
Kemp, Kristi 33, 43
Kent, Coy 74, 161
Key, Lauri 74
Kilpatrick, Tessa 86
King, Jeff 86, 91, 126, 127, 154
King, Wendy 140, 143
Kinne, Deborah 33
Kisselburg, Tina 33, 43, 148, 150, 15
Knight, Charlisa 57, 139
Knowles, Danny 57, 160
Knox, Kerry 67, 74, 100, 101, 118, 122, 123, 162
Kraft, Donald 57, 170
Krenek, Stace 33, 43, 152
Kruger, Sean 57
Kruse, Stacey 43
Kuhlman, Jeanine 57, 147, 168
Lacy, Steve 33, 43, 47, 140, 143, 144
Lahmer, Scott 54, 57, 58, 140, 143, 144, 162, 163
Lane, David 34, 165
Lane, Dawn 74, 140, 143, 144, 145
Lane, Ronald 44, 74, 126
Latimer, Debbie 58, 59, 65, 136, 137, 152, 159
Lauderdale, Mike 74, 126, 145
Lawrence, Shelly 74, 159
Lawson, Chris 170
Layton, Renee 74, 142, 144
Leach, Kristi 58, 64, 159, 161
Leal, Elizabeth ss, 64, 159, 161
Leal, Felix 34, 47, 128, 152, 161
Le, Tha 58, 128
Le, Trang 86
Lemme, Billy 58, 144, 173
Lemons, Paul 74, 118, 122, 123
Lemons, Steve 34, 98, 122, 123, 124, 152, 159
Leonard, Angela 28, 34, 43, 168, 195
Levy, Brian 140, 143
Lewis, Cheryl 74
Lewis, Hayden 55, 58, 128, 157
Lewis, Mike 74, 160
Lewis, Paul 74, 100
Lindsley, Debbie 34, 43, 168
Lindsley, Eugene 86, 120
Lindsley, Kari 86
Little, Larry 168
Lively, Lori 86, 148
Lockhart, Elizabeth 86, 148
Lohman, Michelle 86, 87, 148
Long, Ronny 86
Longino, Dana 86, 121
Looper, Shan 34, 43, 164
Lovell, Tracy 34, 44, 148
Lucero, Keith 38, 74
Luckett, Lesley 86
Malley, Chuck 172
Maloney, Daniel 58
Marshall, Scott 68, 74, 118, 128, 132, 133, 140,
143, 145, 154
Martin, Kevin 74, 99, 154
Martin, Robby 58, 142, 154
Martinez, Bernice 74
Martinez, Brenda 58, 131, 169
Martinez, John 34, 44, 165
Martinez, Ray 34
Mayfield, Dorrie 58, 164
McAfee, Darrell 58
McAfee, Donald 34, 44, 195
McBryde, Christy 144
McBride, Ravonnah 86
McBride, Sharon 58, 169
McCall, Rodger 58, 99, 152
McClure, Diana 167
McClure, Tony 34, 44, 48, 98, 152
McConber, Lisa 86, 121
McCullough, Daryl 74, 100, 101, 122, 123, 124,
154, 155, 161
McDermott, Kevin 86, 140, 143, 144
McDonald, Ginae 52, 58, 63, 140, 143, 144, 156
McDonald, Perry 58, 140, 143, 144
McDonald, Stephanie 86, 148
McFarland, Jerry 59, 166
McFarland, Susan 34, 44, 56, 156
McGarrah, Lisa 86, 119
McGee, Danny 86
McGennes, Teri 86
McGonigal, Sheila 34, 44, 152
McGufee, Penny 59
McKee, Tommy 75
McKinney, James 59, 172
McKinney, Jana 75, 76
McKinney, Mark 165
McNutt, Kim 59, 168
McNutt, Tamara 86, 142, 144
Mejia, Sandra 75, 79, 114
Melton, Pam 87
Melton, Paula 58, 142, 144, 152
Mercer, Brad 59, 99, 152, 162
Meron, Lekha 87
Mieske, Tina 75, 173
Midkiff, Darren 87, 126
Miller, Bret 59, 170
Miller, Eddie 87, 102, 126
Miller, Johnny 59, 118, 170
Miller, Parish 75
Miller, Robert 75, 158, 173
l, Jeff 59, 165
, Doug 59, 164
Molinar, Dolores 59, 172
Molinar, Frank 75, 100, 130
Moloney, Craig 75
Moon, Brian 87
Mooney, Terry 70, 75, 99, 110,
Mooney, Traci 87
Moore, Denisa 161
Moore, Dina 35, 44, 152
Moore, Robert 35, 44, 152
Theresa 59, 169
Moore, Wesley 35
ead, Wendy 75, 131
Moreno, Carol 59, 168
Moreno, Charlie 75
112, 113, 122, 123,
Morgan, Dana 59
Morgan, Sandra 35, 44, 169
Morris, Eric 27, 35, 44, 94, 98, 122, 123, 152, 159
Morris, Tina 75
Morris, Trudy 48, 199
Morrison, Billy 75
Morrison, Jiro 35, 44, 98, 159
Morrison, Kyle 87
Mory, Dani 87
Moses, Jackie 87, 131
Moskola, Kevin 59, 126
Moyle, Darrin 75, 170
Mulford, Stefanie 75, 139, 160
Mullins, Cindy 168
Mullins, Frank 75, 140, 143, 144, 145
Mullins, Sam 87
Nabors, Randy 59, 172
Nance, Cathy 87
Neal, Jimmy 75, 100, 126, 127, 172
Neal, Larry 87, 102
Neely, John 100
Nelson, Michelle 60, 166
Nelson, Rusty 87, 120
Nelson, Steve 75
Nobles, Shelli 75 '
Norris, Monica 140, 143
Oakley, Debbie 87, 144, 147
Colleen 34, 44, 140, 143, 144, 152, 167
O'Connor, Kim 76, 139, 156
O'Connor, Mike 60, 168
Ogden, Cheryl 168
Orban, William 35, 162
Orbaugh, Denise 60
Orbaugh, Donald 87
Ortiz, Chris 35
Osborne, Kin 173
Oxendine, Lisa 76, 173
Paden, Tina 87, 157
Pape, Ken 60, 142, 144, 152
Paris, Ronald 166
Park, Lisa 60, 140, 143, 144, 152
Parrsons, David 87, 144
Peace, Bobby 60, 166
Pease, Kellie 35, 44, 148
Pease, Toni 87, 148
Peppers, Zane 60, 65, 158, 161, 173
Perez, Michelle 35, 44
Perry, Billye 76, 84
Petrek, Lisa 60, 166
Petty, Sabrina 87, 138, 159
Pewitt, Olan 35
Phillips, Pat 60, 162
Pipkins, Jeff 38, 162
Podsenik, Katrina 87, 148
Polk, Elizabeth 87, 144
Pollard, Jim 159
Pollard, Karla 60
Pope, Robin 60
Potter, Darlene 73, 76, 136, 137
Powell, Angela 54, 5, 60, 152
Prather, Kim 61, 167
Prestidge, Gary 87
Price, Dena 76, 87
Pricemore, Paul 61
Putnam, Ricky 24, 35, 44, 98, 171
Putnam, Wendy 76
Ramirez, Ramona 76, 131, 147, 162, 163
Ranta, Troy 172
Rasmon, Donna 35, 37, 44, 164
Rawlins, Lori 76, 140, 143, 144, 145
Rawlins, Steve 35, 44, 144, 145, 152
Ray, Michelle 61, 142, 144, 167
Ray, Rosemary 76, 169
Raymond, John 35
Razo, Alicia 166
Razo, Joe 86, 126, 127
Razo, Ricky 61, 122, 123
Razo, Rob 86, 102
Razor, Christie 88, 138
Reath, Traci 61, 122, 123
Reaves, Randy 35, 44, 47, 110, 112
Reed, Jimmy 35, 45, 173
Reed, Shane 76, 160
Reeder, Andi 76, 78, 119, 146
Reeves, Kellye 35, 45, 144, 146, 152
Reeves, Stephen 88, 140, 143, 144, 145
Reid, Shanon 87
Rhodes, Joe 122, 123, 125, 165, 172
Rhodes, Karen 88, 140, 143
Rice, Angela 76, 148
Richards, Tony 61, 102, 159
Richardson, Clarence 170
Richardson, Clyde 61
Rickard, Brian 76, 88, 162
Ridge, Joseph 88
Ramirez, Chris 76
Robello, Angie 88, 138
Cindy 88, 121, 131
Randall 35, 45, 164, 195
Robert 144, 145
Stewart, Sam 63
Stogssdill, Randy 36, 172
Stowe, Kenneth 63, 170
Stowe, Mary 89, 161
Stowe, Ronald 36, 45
Strawbridge, Karen 167
Stringer, Nora 63
Robins, Ronny 76
Rodgers, Kerry 53, 61, 165
Rodgers, Rhonda 76, 173
Roland, Melody 169
Rothman, Frank 61
Rowland, Mary 61
Rubenkoinig, Dena 88
Rubenkoinig, Shelly 88, 140, 143, 144
Rubenkoinig, Tracy 36, 45, 140, 143, 144, 172
Ruggles, Scott 36, 172
Strobel, Robyn 89, 147
Stults, Pam 89
Sullenberger, Andy 21, 36, 38, 45, 152
Summerhill, Johnny 67, 75, 77, 100, 130
Summerhill, Rob 89
Summerville, Debbie 63
Wsagner, Billy 55, 63, 172
Jody 65, 142, 144, 152, 154, 155,
Walker, D.J. 64
Walker, Linda 64
, Randy 37, 98, 152, 153
Walker, Scott 78, 145
Walker, Tammie 37, 167
, Tim 90, 120, 102, 126
Suzanne 64, 144, 165, 152
Russell, Ken 158, 173
Russell, Wendy 36, 45, 168
Saddler, Page 77, 100
Salinas, Lori 50, 57, 61, 64
Sanders, Rusty 61, 168
Sayers, David 62, 144
Schmitt, Greg 68
Scott, Sheldon 62, 171
Scroggins, Wendi 74, 77, 119, 148, 150
Searcy, Connie 68, 144, 147
Sellers, Danielle 68, 144, 147
Self, Steve 77, 100
Serenil, Mike 72, 77, 100, 118, 122, 123
Shafer, Kelli 77, 114, 116, 144
Shelton, Angie 20, 36, 39, 45, 111, 114, 116, 117,
Tallent, Todd 89, 120, 1
Taylor, David 89, 140, 143, 144
Taylor, Kevin 36, 61, 98, 94, 122, 123, 124, 125,
Teague, Darla 77, 147
Teague, Tammy 37, 168
Tedford, Gerrald 89
Tefertiller, Christi 37, 73, 136, 137, 152, 155, 156
Templeton, Andy 37, 11
Templeton, Lisa 89, 144
Terri, Dawn 89
Terry, Robin 37, 168
Terry, Steven 37, 165
Terry, Scott 77
Thetford, Trey 55, 53, 99, 122, 123, 124, 152
Thompson, Belinda 77,
Thompson, Elmer 89, 159
Thompson, Ricky 63, 144, 145
Walsh, Teresa 164
Wander, Andrea 78, 122, 123
Wander, Cindy 37, 167
Ware, Jeff 64, 144
Ware, Phala 90, 140, 143, 144
Watts, Michael 64, 165
Watts, Michelle 37, 164
Webb, Toni 78, 144
Weeks, Greg 37
Weigant, Jerry 78
Welborn, Dawn 78, 160
Welch, Chance 81, 90, 102, 110, 112, 132,
Welch, David 78, 118, 122, 123
Welch, Renee 64, 119, 131, 159, 196
Welch, Sheri 38, 167
Wells, Frank 90
West, Dusty 38, 128, 129
Westbrook, David 66, 78, 99, 130, 197
Westover, Jessie 78, 126
Westover, Laura 90
Wethington, LaDonna 76, 78, 131, 136, 117 119
Whalin, Jerry 78
White, Christi 78
136, 152, 153, 154, 199
Shelton, Joe 88
Sheppard, Dawn 88, 173
Sherman, Leon 62
Sherrard, Richard 77
Sherrard, Tonia 62
Shertzer, Lori 62, 140, 143, 144, 159, 173
Sherwood, Melisa 36, 164
Sherwood, Mike 88, 102
Short, Von 88
Shue, Robin 88
Shutza, Eddy 36, 45, 152
Sides, Liz 36, 45, 47, 160
Slaughter, Steven 77, 159
Slaughter, Virginia 36, 45, 48, 114, 115, 116
Smethers, Juda 88
Smith, Janet 36, 45, 148
Smith Lisa 36, 77
Smith, Lori 36, 45, 140, 143, 144, 145, 152
Smith, Steven 62, 88, 172
Smith, Tammy 86, 88
Smith, Terry 88
Smith, Tonia 89, 121
Smith, Twilia 77
Smith, Vicki 89
Sosa, Cathy 36, 45, 144, 168
Southers, Craig 62, 166
Spence, Maureen 89
Spoonemore, Tim 62, 99, 122, 123, 125, 152, 154
Spurlock, Susie 36, 45
Stalling, John 89, 102
Stanfield, Bobby 62, 140, 143, 144
Stanford, Lori 18, 19, 28, 36, 38, 114, 116, 117,
136, 137, 152, 155, 161, 194
Starne, Ken 84, 89
Statts, Roy 62, 165
Stell, Wendy 166
Stephen, David 55, 62, 144, 158, 173
Stephens, Laurie 77, 144
Stephens, Tami 89, 121
Stephens, Terri 36, 39, 24, 114, 115, 116, 117, 152
Steward, Mike 62
Stewart, Penny 36, 45, 167
Stewart, Riggie 63
Stewart, Ron 171
Thompson, Ronny 89, 171
Thornborrow, Amy 89, 140, 143, 144
Thornborrow, John 37, 39, 152, 154, 157
Thornton, Kellie 77
Thowds, Jay 89
Timmes, Terri 21, 37, 39, 49, 152, 153, 162, 163
Tolleson, Michelle 89-, 140, 143, 144, 121
Tilley, John 89
Tow, Sharon 78, 79, 173
Teantham, Joan 89
Trent, Randy 158
Trent, Roy 89
Trotter, Larry 166
Tucker, Richard 89
Turner, Julie 63, 167
Valentine, Misti 66, 67, 78, 79, 114, 116
Vance, Todd 89
Vanderford, Daryl 63
Vecchi, Mary 37, 164
Vigil, Kenneth 90
Voss, Edna 90, 173
Turpley, Tim 89
Tyson, Donny 89
Unsell, Glen 37
Valdez, Charles 78
White, Jane 148
White, Jeff 56, 64, 157
White, Mike 90, 102
Whitfield, Sheila 164
Wiggs, Gina 38, 49, 167
Wilcox, Andy 90
Wilcox, Tammy 90
Wiley, Jolivette 78
Wiley, Randy 90, 102
Williams, Bo 90, 119, 140, 143, 144
Williams, Dennis 90, 120, 130
Williams, Kelly 90
Williams, Kim 52, 64, 140, 143, 144, 145
Williams, Mark 90, 140, 143, 145
Williams, Robbin 38, 28, 164
Williams, Theresa 38, 167
Williams, Toni 90, 148
Wilson, David 166
Wilson, Dwayne 90
Wingo, Dan 158
Winters, Kirby 170
Winters, Mary 38, 148, 167, 195, 199
Winters, Matthew 78, 85, 99, 130
Wood, James 78
Woodard, Rusty 90
Woodky, George 160
Wooten, Rhonda 64, 168, 159
Worth, Lee 38, 47
Yaws, Donna 64
Young, Cathy 90
Young, Farron 64
Young, Frank 170
Young, Kim 64
Young, Rodney 75, 78, 140, 143, 144, 145
Young, Tina 78, 114, 115, 116, 131
The 1983 Bear Spirit Review of the Year
The Annual Theme:
We hope you enjoy your annual for many years to come. The theme of our annual was chosen with great
care. The term spirit can be defined in two ways: it can be an animated state of the mind or it can have the
denotation of a more intangible kind of spirit, the inner spirit. We have made new friends this year, shared
new experiences, and matured a little. We have enjoyed some victories and suffered some defeats both in
school activities and in our personal lives. Inspite of, or perhaps because of the defeats, we have learned a
little more about each other and about ourselves.
Fads and Interests:
Nineteen eighty-three fads include: flashy punk styles, smurfs, leg warmers, and of course, Garfield.
Friendship pins came in and out this school year along with Moon Zappa's t'Valley Girl". Video games peaked
interest and the t.v. shows "Fame", "Hill Street Blues", and "Square Pegs" were big hits just to name a few.
The music groups Men at Work, the Go-Gois, and The Motels were popular and favorite teen hang-outs were
Dalton's Corner and Rumor's.
Five new teachers and one new, highly-enthusiastic councilor were added to our faculty, Ms. Mary Lewis,
Mrs. Karen Chevalier, Ms. Catherine Deaver, Mrs. Suzanne Culbreth, Mrs. Monzetta Wilson, and Ms. Sheen
King. Three teachers and one administrator were blessed with 1983 babies, Mrs. Pam DeVoe, Mrs. Renee
N ophsker, Mrs. Jennifer Finn, and Mr. Eldon Krivanek. This was Mrs. Nophsker's last year at Brewer and
we'll miss her.
The Student Council gave out carnations and sang love songs on Valentine's Day, they also sponsored the
Pucker-Up Contest and several other events to increase school spirit. They held successful food and toy drives
on Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Language Clubs sang songs at Christmas time in French and Spanish.
CVAE got involved this year and won several pep rally spirit sticks. DECA brought home the first place trophy
for the Quarter a Mile sponsored by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The Brewer Bear football team
were winners and the band carried on its tradition of excellence. Dances were not as successful as hoped but
candy and bake sale fund-raisers were at an all-time high. For the most part, the organizations had a fun-filled
and profitable year.
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