Eastern Hills High School - Clan Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1963
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to Football Team, Coaches
Q Pre-season experts predicted that the Highlanders
would be nestled firmly in fourth place after 4A-5
district play came to a close. Even Coach Mitcham
said, "One does not say so long to fifteen lettermen
while greeting only one offensive starter and expect
the telephone to remain silent after a Friday night
The telephone didn't remain silent either. Calls
of congratulations began- coming in after Eastern
Hills defeated Ysleta 30-6 and posted a 15-O victory
over Mineral Wells. Even though they lost their
next two games, Eastern Hills had a spirited team
which seemed undaunted by predictions and previous
The Highlanders turned into a Cinderella team,
finishing the district season with a 5-1 record and im-
portant victories over Paschal, 8-7, and Arlington
Heights, 9-6. Even though Paschal had an identical
record, Eastern Hills won the right to represent the
district by virtue of its victory over Paschal.
For bringing Eastern Hills its first 4A-5 District
Championship We, the 1965 Clan Staff, dedicate this
annual to the fighting Highlander football team and
coaches. With this championship Eastern Hills re-
ceived glory, spirit, and high honors for which we
are both proud and thankful. The dedication to our
team and coaches shows only a small portion of the
gratitude we have for receiving this championship
after only three years of competition in 4A-5.
1963 Clan Staff
The '62 Highlander football team includes John Peel, Price, Bill Winkler, Phil Darr, Butch Toler, jon Roper
Rusty Culp, Steve Rose, Steve Means, Paul Shields, Jimmy Smith, second rowg Tom Koebernick, Carl Under
Leroy Gast, Scotty Locke, first rowg Dave Bane, Hank wood, Kenny Allen, Bruce Butler, Sam Scott, Brian Collins
jimmy Young, third row.
Smiles come easy after a 9-6 upset over Arlington Heights. The game gave the 4A-5 District Championship to the Highlanders.
Highlanders Wear Crown
Others are Sammy
Steve Helmericks, Leo
Al Lewis, first rowg
Ray Avery, Pat Sharp,
Bartholomew, Mike Moore, Max Rhodes,
Luebbehusen, Bobby Keener, James Aitken,
Louis Miller, Phil Nixon, Robert Coffee,
Ed Millican, Reggie Wilkins, Tim Blocker,
second row, Gene Cartwright, Bob Ladd, Tommy Boswell, Roby
Morris, Ted Harris, Leslie jackson, Mike Latham, Chuck Welling-
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Students arrived at school at 8:00 a.m., Friday, September 14, to wish the team good luck.
"Juarez, here we come!" The first game of the season was played and
won, with the reward being a coaches' chaperoned trip into Mexico.
"We just made a touchdown!" These jubilant students are
listening to the play by play broadcast of the Ysleta game.
Not quite so happy, the Highlanders fumbled on their 30 yard line
on the third try for a touchdown.
Foreign beauties. Tee Matthews and Gay Burton. captivate Steve
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Carole Stallcup and Harriett Hamilton.
Greeny Teenies invzicle fl program at
Eastern Hills to buy their Tartan-Clan Plan.
These Eskimo lovelies. new arrivals from
Alaska. have come out of their igloo to sing
the merits of the Tartan-Clan Package Plan.
Art Club's members had an oriental New Year's party. btu
dents are eating rice with chopsticks from bowls made in art
class. The group are at Mrs. Meisner's home.
Gene Cartwright, Bill Winkler, and Chuck Wellington
are taking advantage of dinner for the football team Friday,
October 26, 1962. Y-Teens were in charge of cooking the
meal, and a representative from each club gave help.
Twenty-two students attended
the Press Club dinner sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Priddy at Vance
Godbey's December 5.
Jon Roper prepares a dummy for the bonfire before
the North Side game.
Coach Graves leads the football boys in a yell, "XWe-
Desire to Win
At the conclusion of each pep rally students and faculty join in an unbroken
chain as a tradition of loyalty to the team. Bob Keener gives the team's pledge to '
bring back another victory for Eastern Hills.
Atop boxes and wood, burns the dummy made for the season's only
bonfire, Unfortunately, the Steers had different ideas and handed
the Highlanders a 56-15 loss.
David Thurman, a new type insect spray in a modern- in the pep rally before the Arlington Heights game.
ized container, exterminates yellow jacket, Charlie Rigby,
Pep Rallies Promote
Eastern Hills Spirit
Cheerleader David Thur-
man and john Roper display
an open letter from the stu-
dent body to the football
team to promote school spirit.
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good," blushes Max Rhodes,
discussing his catching of the
winning touchdown pass in
the Paschal game.
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Co-captains Sam Scott and David Bane look on as Mr.
Johnson accepts Eastern Hills' first city-champ trophy.
David Bane presents Coach Willingham with a gift certificate, a token of the
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Mike Latham, EH football player, enjoys seeing
all the people who came to support the team at
the pancake supper sponsored by the Booster Club.
Larry Jackson collects cans for admission to the
Christmas Doll Show.
Paul Tate, as Santa Claus, reads letters from girls wanting
boy dolls for Christmas'
Christmas Doll Show
Kim Nelson receives Roi Vandiver, the Kissy Doll
Roby Morris, jon Roper, Char-
lfle Rigby, Phil Nixon, Bill Wink-
ler, and Bob Visney represent the
Will the real john L. Sullivan please step forward?
Tricia Speakes accepts Kenneth Crawford as an able sub-
Straight from Tahiti, Hula girls Bobby Dillard and Paul Shields exhibit their
Every girls' dream: a real live baby doll! And
who fits the part better than handsome David Bane?
Pam Lankton is not so sure that james Gil-
martin is the angel he portrays.
Tutti Ziegler brings a different aspect of
frontier life to Eastern Hills on Ranch Day.
Guy Perkins, Gene Cartwright, james Aitken, and Max Rhodes serenade their "sweet
Comes to EHH
Parker Hoover reigns as
Ranch King, with Linda Cad-
wallader as Top Hand and
Deral Elkins as Foreman.
Gloria Strickland looks surprised as Gail DeVore informs her that
she has just been named '63 Ranch Queen of the Big
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These happy boys seem to be looking forward to joining the armed forces.
Look again! Those aren't really faces! Scoring a hit with the audience
were these "Crazy Cadets."
Queen of Big " "
Carol Reeder, ending her reign as beauty
queen of the Big "E," takes her final walk
before Susan Begley begins her reign.
Gay Burton, David Kynard, Roby Morris,
Tutti Ziegler, johnny Dominy, and Sherry
Plisko try to prove that the minuet is back
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"I could have danced all night." Dreamy-eyed Bob Larmer seems to be in another
Celia Beall gave the re
sponse to the teachers toast
to the graduating seniors.
As president of the senior class, Tom Koeber-
nick presided as master of ceremonies for the
senior banquet, which was held May 4.
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little tired along the end of the
delivered the seniors' toast to the teach-
A short interval between dinner and the dance gave students a chance to talk to friends
Wide-eyfed and innocent, Paul Tate
Some Highlanders like Tony Lange and Pam Lankton
really enjoyed the banquet.
The EH Stage Band supplied music for those who stayed for the dance.
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Tonya Lange, looking more beautiful than ever,
takes her final stroll at Eastern Hills during the
senior day program
"Ma said there'd be days like this." Danny
McCoy and Chuck Wellington prove this
statement during the senior play.
Steve Helmericks, playing a familiar role, leads the student body in "fifteen
Seniors Recall Memories,
The ice cream man, Mike Cooper, came to revive mem-
ories of football season with an original poem during the
senior day program.
Kim Nelson entertains at the senior day program with an
Eastern Hills' own Gordon McRae, Larry
Guthrie, entertains the student body with a selec-
tion from Oklahoma.
Picnickers enjoy a dip in the pool at Camp Carter during the senior picnic.
Students relax at the
senior picnic after a hearty
meal before going horse-
Jon Roper and Charlie Bruce seem to disagree about
which one will get to date Leona Luebbehusen.
Y-Teen officers are Carol Crowder. I.C.C. representative,
Mollie Howell. treasurer: Gail DeVore. vice presidentg Mar-
sha Meyers. presidentg Tee Matthews. third vice presidentg
Susan Begley, second vice presidentg Susie Wladlington. secre-
The Y-Teen doll show is an event anticipated by the
entire student body. Admission to the show is one can of
food, to be given to a needy family. Other Y-Teen proj-
ects included the Christmas dance, Howdy Week ac-
tary, first row. Celia Beall. chaplain: Paula Acuff. sergeant
at arms, Linda Hartman. song leaderg Betsy Hunter. historiang
Phyllis Buckman. sergeant at arms. Sponsors are Mrs. Taylor,
Mrs. Thompson. Miss Moore. and Mrs. Tannahill,
tivities, and Ranch Day.
Eastern Hills' Y-Teen Club was honored several times
by having Y-Teen girl of the month and being club
of the month.
Senior Y-Teens are Howell. Meyers. DeVore. Hunter, Beall
Matthews, Crowder. Hartman. Acuff. Begley, first row, Hill
Young, Langdon, Kimbrough, Mitchell. Butler. Wfofforcl. Hub
bard. Correll. XVadlington. second rowg King. Waddell. Burrage,
Winters, Hoffman. Vifoolverton. Gibbs. Rucker, Benbow, Hud
son, Burton, third row, Lathrop, Logan. Bergeron. Graham
Wfeimann, LaVelle. Retherford, Grady, Barnes. Reeder, Mar
Cotte, fourth row, i
Others are Roberts. Willianis. Rodgers, Stephens, Ham
mons, Melanson, XVarren. Venson. Cunningham. Barr, Almond
fifth row: Bretz, Bozanich, Kouns, Spain. Lambert, Grzann
Ballem. Stallcup. Ellis. Cooper, Jenson, sixth rowg Kouns
Swanson. Peacock, Dunham. Lemons, Conatser, Eldridge, Mc
Kinney, Hamilton, Blackstone. seventh rowg Kelley, Cole
Buckman. Smith. Hooten, Huckaby, Cunningham. Held, Well
born, Hamilton, Perrino, eighth row.
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Highlandette drill leaders,
jaki Crabtree, jan Cardwell,
Sharon Hubbard, and Linda
Dunham, pose with oil-
painted cutouts purchased for
the school in time for Home-
Highlcmclettes Promot Spirit
Highlandettes include Bothe and Hankins, first row
Parsons, Woodard, Matthews, and Garcia. second row
Koudsi, Mason, Howery, Andrews, Blanton, Cadwalladerj
Perrino, and K. Barnes, third rowg john, Miller, Mc
Murry, Sanders, Whisenand, Stovall, Brockman, Buck
man, jones, Benton, and Carr, fourth row.
Others are Crowder, Cunningham, Wellborn, Ballem,
Swaim, Garner, Bowdish, Ardoyno, Wadlington, Beall
Cottingham and Harris, fifth row, N. Barnes, Mack, Ewell
Latta, Livingston, Schmidt, Eudey, Wilson, Hawkins
McMains, Hardin, Held and Nash, sixth row, jones
Kimbrough, Reeder, Heitmann, Reid, Logan, Christopher
son, Tuttleton, Hatcher, DeVore, Stephens, and Price
More than a hundred girls are members of High-
landettes, the pep squad at Eastern Hills. Members
must provide their own uniforms and have a "C,
average in class work.
Besides boosting athletic teams, members ushered
at various school activities and were hostesses at the
Indoor Track Meet and. at the convention for physical
education teachers at Hotel Texas.
Highlandette officers are jan Eudey, vice president, Judy
Brice, secretary, Barbara King, historian, and Kay Stephens,
Other Highlandettes are Senchack, Wahl, Bergeron, johnson
Bacon, Marshall, Dowden, and Currin, first row, Grzann
Hudson, Hodges, Guffey, Bennett, Berliner, Tangney, Pear-
son, Smith, and jahn, second row, Terry, Kornitsky, Lambert,
Hamilton, Huckaby, Orr, Gordon, Gandy, Barber, Vfoodward
King, and Bartholomew, third row.
Also included are Anthony, Eldridge, Stallcup, Graham,
Rodgers, Hix, Burnett, Dugan, Dixon, Parsons, Bice, and
Walker, fourth row, Strikland, Hammonds, Enlow, Sims,
Bargsley, Bailey, Threatt, Lawson, Dake, Deal, and V.
Cardwell, fifth rowg Schmucker, Walker, Ford, Netherton,
Royse, Reed, Daniels, Bozanich, Rogers, and Priddy, last row.
Leading the German Club are Mrs. Carroll, sponsorg tariang Joan Retherford, reporterg Mike Grizzardmpres-
Carl Johnson, vice president, David Tracy, parliamen- identg and Dennis Smith, secretary-treasurer.
Christmas Party Highlights
German CIub's Year
Highlight of the German Club's activities this year
was the Christmas party held at Vicki Held's. Music
was furnished by Art jameson and Vernon Boyd. Dennis
Smith gave a comedy monologue, and several members
presented a comedy skit. Other memorable events in-
cluded a question and answer period with a teenage
German girl, a spring picnic, and the presentation of
colored slides of Germany. The group's representative in
the beauty pageant was Vicki Held.
German Club members include joan Retherford, Dennis
Smith, Mike Grizzard, Carl Johnson, David Tracy, first row,
Art Jameson, Mary Frech, Lee Anna Latham, Carolyn Almond,
janet Kelly, Mariann Garner, Joyce Smith, second row, Carol
Price, Phyllis Davis, Donna Seate, Ellene Melanson, Dona
Griffith, Faye Christopherson, Gaylan Carr, Vicki Held, Kim
Nelson, and Charlie Rigby, third row.
Others are Vernon Boyd, Bryan Collins, Terry Von Diest,
Tom Koebernick, Bob Hillert, Eugene Schilder, Charles Cole,
Danny McCoy, Ray Merrill, joe Spears, Lourth rowg Joe
Dickerson, jimmy Howell, Larry Guthrie, Kendall McCook,
Leo Luebbehusen, Bill Hudgens, Don Murkley, john Benson,
Bob Birchett, Randy Decker, last row.
Junior Classical League,
which is in its fourth year, in-
cludes present and former
Latin students. Climax of the
year's activities was the conven-
tion held on the campus of
Texas Technological College in
Lubbock in the spring. To de-
fray convention expenses, mem-
bers held a slave auction. '
junior Classical League officers include Mrs. McCulley, sponsor, Mike Flovters
vice president, John Morris. president, Sherri Sledge, secretary, and Mike Gentry
JCL members include Hightower, Cooper, Gentry, Sledge,
Flowers, Morris, Hoffman, Culp, Luebbehusen, Dyer, first
row, Marks, Maddox, Anderson, Batchelder, Andrews, Ardoyno,
Rodgers, Bartholomew, Marshall, Crabtree, Heitmann, Roddy,
Barber, Brooks, Waltliers, Hudson, Hubbard, Schavity, Hullum,
Archie, Enlow, Mrs. McCulley, second row, Luebbehusen,
Latham, Stagner, Rush, Lathrop, Reas, Cole, Burton.
Others are Fisher, Barber, Yarborough, Thomson, Jose
Chapman, Herring, Jones, third row, Kesmodel, Brown, Stan
field, Kunze, Huddleston, Hillert, Castillon, Hoffman, Cotting
ham, Grove, Bizzell, Berger, Rockhold, Reid, fourth row
Sparks, Canada, Myers, Livingston, Creel, Guthery, Bockmon
Cole, Whittington, Grubbs, Barnes, james, Loesch, Hart, Lacey
Moser, Gladwin, last row.
These charming senoritas have just enjoyed a delightful Spanish dinner
at El Chicos. Each year the members of the Pan-American Club look
forward to the dinner party and the state convention, which constitutes
a weekend trip out-of-town.
One of the main objectives of this club is the
furthering of good will between our country and
the Latin American countries. Christmas was
made brighter for a Mexican family this year by
the gifts and food collected from the Pan-
American members. A Cuban family was wel-
comed to the United States by a Serenade of
well known Christmas carols in Spanish.
Also in December the activities were high-
lighted by the annual Christmas dinner. At
this time the first year members were initiated
and given their membership cards.
Spanish Club members are Howell, johnson. Grady, Bice, Hudson,
Stewart, Withers, Dillard, first row, Smith, Carter, May, Mac-
Dowell, Anderson, Gant, Bergeron, Williamson, Caldwell, second
row, Miller, Davis, Meyers, Pearson, Carter, Cunningham, Lambert,
Grzann, Spain, Andrews, Garrett, Walker, Childers, third row.
Others are Wallace, Bracken, Burroughs, Harris, Shear, Almond,
Jenson, Waddell, Ballem, Perry, Brockman, fourth' row, Keith,
Speck, Buckingham, Hubbard, Kouns, Proctor, Parish, Schmidt,
Woodard, Roberts, Logan, Horn, Clare, Garner, fifth row, Martin,
Reinwald, Haney, Massey, Huber, Pitts, Miller, Norman, Keeton,
Hunsaker, Ballard, Martin, Grove, last row.
Spanish Club members are Barton, Isham, Lankton, Ellis, third row, Taylor, Smith, Taylor, Woolverton, Ewell, Meyers,
Norman, Ziegler. Garland, first row, Barnes, Wadlington, Barnes, Ward, Purselley, fourth row, Garcia, Treadwell, Haney,
Winter, King, Woolx'erton, Elliot, Callaway, Haueisen, Cox, Cunningham, Martin, Cole, Schwotzer, Gregory, Toler, Jacobs,
Royar, second row, Matthews, Reeder, Beall, Perkins, last row.
I-Iawrylak, Threatt, Bush, Barnard, Brandt, Devoe, Wfaldrup,
SP3I1lSh Club Officers include, Seated, Judy' Bice, Steve Dillard, vice presidentg Dennis Withers, pro-
reporterg julie Hudson, reporter, jan Grady, PAFS gram chairman, Sponsors of the Spanish Club are
chairman, Mollie Howell, secretary, Donna john- Mrs. Ballard and Mr. Psomas.
son, treasurer, standing, Tim Stewart, president,
French Club members are Mike Liddle, Marilyn Conner,
Gail DeVore, Ronnie Harris, Ioan Correll, Harriet Hamil-
ton, jackie Bozanich, first rowg Dianah Barton, Janis Smith,
Sherry Kornitsky, Sandy Conlin, Sarah Blanton, Carolyn
Archie, Sandra Edwards, Mary Phillips, second row, Joy
Smith, Teresa Thornburg, Susan Berliner, Connie Karis,
Becky Hoffman, third row.
French Club meetings are held at various mem-
bers, homes the first and third Mondays of each
month. The first meeting is usually a program with
guest speakers, and the other monthly meeting is
reserved for business.
Others are Donna Barron, Mary Beard, Lynda Bothe,
Ellene Melanson, third row, Diane McDonald, Cynthia
Childs, Sandra Vasquez, Linda Proffitt, Carol Fisher, Sandra
Diehl, Marilyn Milburn. Judy Hill, fourth row: Barbara
Wolfe, Cynthia Daniels, Jon Moody, john O'Dell, Edward
Luke, Barry Willnuington, Bill Winkler. Bob Holman, last
During Christmas club members sang French
carols at several old folks' homes. They attended
the language laboratory at Texas Christian University.
The year was climaxed with a dinner party at a
French restaurant in Dallas.
French Club officers are Marilyn Conner, treasurer, Ronnie program chairmang Harriett Hamilton, reporter, Miss Naish,
Harris, presidentg Mike Liddle, program chairman, Gail De- sponsor,
Vore, vice president, jackie Bozanich, secretary, joan Correll,
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Officers of the Art Club, Pat Schwotzer, reporterg president, pose before sketches of this year's football
Meg Garland, treasurerg Linda Woolverton, secre- players.
taryg Vicki Cardwell, presidentg Carol Parsons, vice
Enjoying an Art Club sketching trip at Forest Park Zoo
are Susan Berliner and Pat Schwotzer.
The Art Club, one of the newer organizations at
EHHS, is a small club whose aim is to increase art
appreciation in the school while members work and
enjoy their common interests. Projects include making
posters and banners for pep rallies, going to exhibits, and
having parties which sometimes include making crafts.
The Art Club has established a tradition of presenting
an original painting by a local artist to the school each
Members of the Art Club are Parsons, Watson, ton, second row, Amburn, Groody, Smartt, Newton
Schwotzer, Hoffman, Riedel, May, first row, Enlow, Garland, Kelley, Baer, last row. Sponsor is Mrs. Meisner
Parson, Tangney, Berliner, Howard, Cardwell, Woolver-
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Nancy O'Neill, Carolyn Mitchell, and Lynn Cottingham
find it hard to decide what to eat at Vance Godbey's
during the Future Nurses Christmas outing.
Future Nurses are Juanita
Peacock, chaplaing Phyllis
Buckman, presidentg Mollie
Howell, vice president, Nancy
Susan Begley, corresponding
secretary, first rowg Carol
Barnes, Janet Bartholomew,
Terri jahn, Marilyn Conner,
Cheryl Conatser, Carol Gore,
second rowg Carolyn Almond,
Judy Bice, Betty Blessing,
Pam Gladwin, Karen Bassham,
Carolyn Mitchell, third rowg
Diane Hill, Linda Langdon,
Mary Young, Janis Kim-
brough, Pat McCullough,
Lynn Cottingham, fourth row.
Future Nurses Learn
About Health Careers
Membership in Future Nurses of America Club is made
up of students interested in a health career. They have an
opportunity to learn about the different types of health
careers from speakers, movies, and field trips to different
health agencies. Three delegates from the club attended
the State FNA Convention in San Antonio, March 23
Nurse's assistants are Ka-
ren Buckingham, Shelia
Ward, Carolyn Mitchell,
Mrs. Young, Sharron Elliot,
and Donna Barnard.
During National Education
Week, FTA members placed pol-
ished apples in all the teachers'
Future Teacher officers are Mrs. Dyer, sponsor, Julie Hudson, treasurerg
Marsha Meyers, secretary, Beth Walther, historian, Mr. Sills, sponsorg Bob
Hillert, parliamentariang Susie Wfadlington, vice president, Bill Hoffmann, pres-
FTA "Apple PoIishes"
FTA is an organization for all students interested in education or the
teaching profession. Business meetings are held with speakers and films. This
year FTA sold school stationery to make it possible to send delegates to the
district convention at Sherman. At this convention EHHS nominees for Mr. and
Miss FTA were Roi Vandiver and Pat Youngblood. This spring FTA held a
banquet for all members.
FTA members include Clark, Hoffman, Hillert, Meyers, Shire, third row, Christopherson, Nash, Wolff, Stovall, Senchack,
Wadlington, Hudson, Walther, Withers, Youngbloodf first row, Bothe, Carter, Barnes, Reeder, Burrage, Cole, Woolverton,
Retherford, Seate, Archie, B. Lewis, Grzann, Burton, Huckaby, Grady, Butler, DeV0re, Vinson, fourth row, Toler, Culp, Van
Self, Spears, Elliot, Callaway, Reas, Garner, Waddell, second Pelt, P0yI16Cr, Millar, Tracy, J0l1U50D, VaI1CliVE'r, Baile, PCfl4iHS,
rowg Vasquez, McMains, Ward, Ballem, Haire, C. Lewis, Lambert, Grizzard, Luebbehusen, Halm. Cole, Avery, Jones, Stanfield,
Hamilton, Miller, Thomson, Barr, Cunningham, Ford, Clare, fifth row.
Officers and members of the Bible Club include Harris, song
director, Woolxferton, secretary: Vandiver, vice presidentg Helm,
president, first row, Enlow, Davis, Harkrider, Hailey, Clower,
Blanton, Elliot. Brooks. Wfaters, Retherford. Kelley, second row,
Carr, Amburn, Copeland. Ferguson,
Others are Almond, Anthony, Nirnitz, Hubbard, Smith, Kelly,
third row, Kimbrough, McCullough, Kimbrough, Harris, McGee,
Crowder, Ward, Rigby, Haynes, Groody, Christopherson, Hardisty,
fourth rowg Livingston, Branum, Scudday, Dillard, Martin, Grizzard,
Withers, Perkins, Cole. Roberts, fifth row.
Bible Club Provides Daily Devotions
Members of the Bible Club give daily Bible readings
guest speakers. One of the club's projects is a "Singspira-
to the student body. On significant holidays they also UODW held HHHUHHY during the SPfiUg. Sponsors aff? Mr- w
provide musical numbers. Meetings are twice monthly with
Psomas and Mrs. Hicks.
Additional Bible Club members are Millican, Wright, Hatcher,
Martin, Roberts, Whittington, Van Pelt, Jenson, first rowg Garcia,
Warriner, Hendrix, Ellis, Kramer, Peacock, jahn. Swanson, Bush,
McCauley, Wfinter, Garcia, second row, Mitchell, Haire. Ince,
Owens, Perkins, Miller. Hawrylak, Brandt, Threatt, Miles, Begley,
Milburn, third row.
Others include Howell, Barton, Woolverton, Miller, Blackwell
Ewell, Hubbard, Redford, Williams, Lankton, Hoffman, Nickerson,
fourth rowg Jones, Koebernick. M. Rigby, C. Rigby, Cole, Cox,
Keeton, S. Dillard, Poyneer, B, Dillard, Culp, Grizzard, Walden,
"I'm suing you for a hundred and fifty thousand dollars!"
K I Sheridan Whiteside Uohn Morrisj addresses a startled Mr. and
Mrs, Stanley CErnest Clark and Sandra Cooperj, as his doctor
fDennis Smithj, nurse fDaunne Nethertonj and secretary
Officers include james Sells. president: Judy Stephenson, secretaryg Orinda Vffoolveftonl Watch his Ch-1ld15h'3Cll0n5- The Scene
George Branum. vice president: and Cheryl Conatser. project chairman. was from The Man Who Came to Dinner-i
New Drama Club
Any students interested in acting are eligible for
membership in the Drama Club. Most cast members
for the spring and fall plays are in the club, which
was organized this year with Miss Jeffords as sponsor.
Dramatic Club members include George Branum, Christopherson. third row: Terri jahn, jackie Boz-
judy Stephenson, Cheryl Conatser. james Sells. anich, Roy Scudday, John Morris, Danny Pitts. Bill
first rowg jaki Crabtree. Lynda Bothe. Pat Young- Fuqua. fourth rowg Tommy Nelson, Charles Jones,
blood. Dalana Clark. Betty Blessing. Tony Desmukes. Bobby Dillard, Ken Crawford, Ken Arnold. last
second rowg Sharon Dowden. Kathy Brunson. Charlie row.
Rigby. Linda Reynolds, Daunne Netherton. Faye
n umnzs: are 1. suis... .Q f--.. slum., urn- ---'. -I ' lm
Safety Council l
Hcls Cify-Wide y
Setting a good example for the stu- l
dent body are these safety conscious lead- 1
ers of the Safety Council. President Gail
DeVore presides over all meetings with
the aid of vice president Vicki Held,
secretary Sharron Bergeron, and city-wide
secretary, jan Grady. The purpose of the
Safety Council is to teach safety habits.
y Helping the Safety Council is Mr. Wfeath-
erred, club sponsor. 1
Safety Council members are .lan Grady. Gail DeVore. man. Bee Sterret, Marty Graham, Mary Lotn, Charlie Rigby,
Sharron Bergeron. Vicki Held. first rowg Karen Perrino. Candy Hamilton. Carolyn lvlarcotte. third rowg jan Waddell,
jere XVinter. Cheryl LaVelle. Diane Vifiemann. Peggy Anthony. Bob Dillard. fourth row.
Dona Blackstone, Carol Griffey. second rowg Suzanne Hoff- X
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Second-semester officers of the Bowling Club are. secretary. Ronald Swanson,
treasurer. Mike Seemang president. johnny Dominyg
Bowlers Meet Weekly
Llembers of the Bowling Club are Cheryl Reeder. Tommy
Nelson, Ronald Swanson, Carolyn Almond. Georgia Wfoodarcl.
Roberta Marshall. Margo Garrett. Johnny Dominy. Louise
Anderson. Jaki Crabtree. Carol XVaters. Janet Shepherd,
Charlie Rigby. Pat Senchack. Brenda Schmitt, Pam Ewell. Char-
lyne Wfoodard, ,lack Langdon. john Guthrie. and 'Veronica
Others include Gerald Pendery. Sara Cunninghana, Kathy
Barnes. Mike Seamann, Pat Campbell. Larry Ellison. James
Creel, Larry Shorne, Mike Miller, Larry Sellers. Bill Stockton,
john Sparks, Bobby Dillard. Glenn Lacy. Charles jones. Ross
Reinwald, james Martin. Hoinan Rupert. Rusty Culp. and Phil
Officers of the National Honor Society are David Bane, vice pres-
ident, Paul Shields, president, Susan Begley, secretary, Steve Dillard,
Purpose of the National Honor Society is to uphold
scholarship and leadership. Main money making project
is the sending of valentine telegrams. Money obtained is
used to buy pins for senior members, certificates for
juniors, and cards for sophomores. Awards are made
at an induction ceremony in the spring.
National Honor Society members are Steve Dillard, Susan Begley,
Paul Shields, David Bane, row one, Phyllis Buclcman, Linda Hart-
man, Suzanne Speck, Celia Beall, Gay Burton, Carol Eldridge,
Susan Harris, Suzanne Wadlington, julie Hudson, Marsha Meyers,
Linda Wfoolyerton, Mary Phillips, Dalana Clark, Janet Kelly, Nancy
Clare, Kim Nelson, row two, Sandra Diehl, Janet Jackson, Betty
Helm, Donna Beene, Donna Johnson, Barbara Isham, Paula Van
Pelt, Jan Grady, Mary Logan, Jan XX'addell, Art jameson, Mike
Seeman, Ronald Swanson, row three, Bill Hoffman. Bob Hillert,
Steve Rose, joe Dickerson. Harry Bounds, Dennis Withers, Mike
Grizzard, Dale Mahan, David Richardson, Carl johnson, Bobby
Dillard, Paul Tate, Leo Luebbehusen, LeRoy Thompson, Richard
James, Bruce Grove, row four.
Info Chess Club
What started as an interesting pastime during lunch
and before and after school developed into Eastern
Hills' Chess Club. The only requirement for member-
ship is ability to play the game. Members participated
in several tournaments, including the Tarrant County
Chess Tournament in May. Members not pictured include
Mike Liddle and Phil Chapman.
Roy Burklow, Ken Arnold, Neal Rockhold, Curtis Cavin, and
David Wfatkins anticipate the next move.
Chess Club sponsor, Mrs. Carroll, watches an exciting game between Roy Burklow and David Watkins. Ken
Arnold, Neal Rockhold, and Curtis Cavin offer advice.
Miss King. sponsor: Jan Wad-
dell. editor: and Carol Eldridge,
assistant editor, make deadlines
for the '65 yearbook. In addi-
tion to making the final decisions
on matters such as headline type,
placement of sections. and pic-
ture selections, the editors check
all pages before they go to the
publisher. They worked this
summer to get ready for the
distribution of the Clan.
Cheryl Reeder, senior class editorg Nancy
Barnes, junior class editorg Susie Wfadlington,
sophomore class editorg and Judy Bise. assistant
senior class editor, ,check class pictures for names
Gay Burton and Tee Matthews. faculty editors,
type copy for the faculty section. They were also
responsible for the index,
Even though not one staff member had had any
previous experience, Clan workers endeavored to pro-
duce a bigger and better annual this year. In addi-
tion to the extra signature, changes were made in
the faculty and organization sections in an attempt
to emphasize the curriculum and to chronicle the
purpose and yearls projects of each club.
Vicki Held, business manager, and
Cheryl Kelley, assistant business man-
ager, count money turned in for the
Tartan-Clan package plan sales. Their
duties included keeping an accurate ac-
count of all money turned in and mak-
ing file cards for students who pur-
Max Rhodes and Bob Keener, sports editors, decide which action
shots they plan to use in the football section.
Betsy Hunter, organization editorg
Cheryl Spain and Barbara King, fea-
ture editors, and Candy Hamilton,
personality editor, discuss layouts for
Staff editors are, left to right, Bill Hoffman, Dillard, first semester editorg Gail Cole, feature
news editorg Paul Shields, sports editorg Bobby editor.
Dillard, Koebernick Share Editor Honors
Business staff includes, front row, Candy Marty Graham, assistant business managerg Jane
Hamilton, advertising managerg Dona Black- Welborn, business managerg Linda Hartman:
stone, assistant advertising managerg Dyanne exchange editor, Karen Rush, assistant circulation
Cunningham, circulation managerg second row, manager.
Photographers are Dick Goddard and
LeRoy Thompson. who also takes pic-
tures for the Clan.
Columnists include, left to right,
Harriett Hamilton, Mary Logan, Nancy
Lathrop, Tom Castillon, and Sharon
Change This Year
Procedures of the '62-'63 Tartan staff varied from past years.
The staff positions were partly rotated during the first half of the
year, and a new editor was appointed for each semester. The Press Club,
sponsored by the journalism department, celebrated a Christmas dinner
at Vance Godbey's.
This year's journalism staff gained valuable information on printing
and editing the paper from a visit to the Wilson Printing Company
and a tour of the Star-Telegram building.
Other staff members include Pam
Perry, assistant society editorg Cheryl
Spain, girls' sports editorg Chris Horn,
assistant feature editorg Carole Stallcup,
assistant news editor. Standing are Tom
Koebernick, assistant sports editor and
second semester editor, and James Hul-
Press Club members include Hartman, Horn, Dillard, Hamilton, Gregory, Sterett, Thomson, Nash, jones, Royce, Rush, third rowg
Stallcup, first rowg Lewis, Kornitsky, Ziegler, Smith, Spain, Barnes, Garner, Clare, Castillion, Scudday, Hillert, Culp, Shields,
Blackstone, Lathrop, Graham, Cunningham, Perry, Phillips, Logan, Dillard, Koebernick, Hulsey, Thompson, Hoffman, last row.
second rowg Cottingham, Lewis, Shear, Wfard, Cole, Hamilton,
Press Club Encourages Creative Writing
One of the main purposes of Eastern Hills' Press Club at Vance Godbey's and a spring party. The club is a
is to further interest in creative writing. Requirements for member of the Fort Worth High School Press Associa-
membership include a "B" average with no grade below "B" tion and was host to that group for its january meeting.
in English. Among social activities were a Christmas party
Press Club officers are Carole Stallcup, secretary, Bobby Dillard, presidentg Chris Horn, vice
presidentg Harriett Hamilton, treasurerg Mrs. Pricldy, sponsor, Linda Hartman, historian.
Student Council members decorate the school's
Christmas tree and escort visitors through Eastern
Hills' halls during Public Schools Wfeek. Each mem-
ber of the Council is elected by ,his homeroom. Mem-
bers must maintain no grade below a "C" with an
"A" average in citizenship.
Student Council officers include David Bane, vice president,
Dillard, presidentg and Genera Anderson. secretary.
Student Council members are Anderson, and Dillard, first row, Helm, O'Neill, Martin, Clark, Boydston, Bracken, Morrow, Norman
Smith, Speck, Hudson, Brooks, second row, Maddox, Conatser, Bice, fifth row, Koebernick, Dominy, Dillard, Grizzard, johnson, Hardy
Sledge, Ballem, Teems, Hubbard, third row, Miller, Senchack, Latham, Keeton, sixth row.
Woffard, Lewis, Ward, Grady, Nelson, Nimitz, fourth row, Rigby,
Assistants in the main office
include Diana Hooten, Joy
Smith, Peggy Brandt, Jan
Grady, Sherri Plisko, Cynthia
Childs, Kay Gibbs, Diane
Weimann, Micki Bodine, and
Students Volunteer Assistance
Helping in Mrs.
Tucker's office are Janis
Smith, Mary Jane Hew-
ett, Dianah Barton, .Ierre
Miller, Marsha Meyers,
and Judy Stephenson,
Mr. Vaughn's assistants are Carole Stallcup, Cindy Cheryl Harley, La Verne Ward, Gloria Speakes, and
Martin, Sharon Hubbard, Robert Marshall, Linda Lem- Beth Butler. Seated are Frances Nash, Cheryl Conatser,
mons, Susan Caldwell, Mary Lattimore, Sharon Parks, and Beverly Vinson.
Student librarians include Daunne Netherton, Connie Keith. janet Shepherd, jan Jones, Barbara Grunow, Brenda
Karis, Frances Ince, Barbara Sims. Kaye Wy'att. and janet Deal. TCFSSH Tl1OfI1bL1fg, Simily JOl1flS0f1. JHCl4iC PCHYSOU,
Kelly, seated. Others are Diane McDonald. Janet Reid, -lane and Becky Self.
Assisting Miss Dalton and Mrs. Conway, counselors. are Doris Wfoodruff, Gaylan Carr. Kay
McGee, Kim Nelson, Susan Harris, and Linda Dunham.
Red Cross representatives are Dona Blackstone, Mary
Reid, jerry Chandler, Sylvia Callaway, Paula Acuff, Nancy
O'Neal, Lloyd Grimm. Barbara Rucker, Janis Smith, Pat
Lambert, Christy Hawrylak, Miclci Bodine, Janis Chiles,
Ginger Royar, Roberta Marshall, Pat Senchack, Jackie Pearson,
jane Ferguson, Sheryl Sheets, Carolyn Almond, Peggy Anthony,
Candy Hamilton, Bee Sterett, Linda Ardoyno, and Jeanne
Others include Johnny Son, Mary Lou Wfaldrup, Linda
Durough, joe Dickerson, jack Gray, Mike Rigby, Charlie
Rigby, Alice Bretz, Patti Groody, Judi McKinney, Susan
McMains, Kathy Barnes, Johnny Norman, Leonard Pack,
Randy Kuntz, Steve Rose, Bob Visney, Bobby Dillard.
Charles jones, Beverly Vinson. Mike Moore, Kay Gibbs,
Frances Nash, Susan Hoffman, and Fred Robeson.
Members of the Girls' Glee Club are Waiiusleyf, Davis, Conlin, Others are Rowland, Graves, Bassham, Wliisenand, Smith, Wilson
Elliot, Callaway, Peacock, jahn, Kouns, Swanson, and Andrews, first Cathey, Bodine, Harris, Riedel, and Christoplierson, third row
row, Andrews, Garner, Southerland, McMains, Vasquez, Profitt, Clower, Dugan, Nickerson, Ward. Nimitz, Benton, Smith, White
Seate, Butler. Anthony, Brunson, and Miles, second roxv. Stevens. McCollough, J. Kimbrough, and G. Kimbrough, last row
Groups Provide Musical Programs
The Select Choir presented special asembly programs
at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Open House in March, and
Easter. The group also sang for several junior high and
elementary schools in the spring. Glee Club members
strolled through the halls providing Christmas music
before the holidays. Director of both organizations is Miss
Mary Louise Baker.
Ronnie Harris is student director of the Select Choir,
and officers are George Branum, president, James Sells,
vice president, Jeri Copeland, secretary, and David Thur-
man, treasurer. Membership is gained through auditions.
im Cox, tenor, was a member of the All-State Choir and
the Fort Worth Civic Opera Chorus. Phyllis Davis,
soprano, was also a member of the latter chorus.
Select Choir members are Bette Rodgers, Susan Hoffmann, Carrol Ford, Mary Priddy, Carol
Redford, Linda Ardoyno, Sue Wickershaiii, first rowg Carolyn Harkrider, Phyllis Davis, Sharon
Hardisty, Joan Retherford, Cheryl Lavelle, Susan Begley, Jeri Copeland, Sharon Dowden, Lee Anna
Latham, second rowg Sharon Elliott, George Branum, David Thurman, jim Cox, james Sells, Ronnie
Harris, and Linda Schmidt, last row. The pianist is Mary Frech.
Members of the chamber orchestra are Betty Helm, Clay- chestrag Betty is violin soloist with the all-city orchestra, as
ton Melanson, Art jameson, Vernon Boyd, David Livingston, well as concert mistress, and Art is first flute in the all-city
james Morrow. Barbara Grunow, Bruce McDonald, and orchestra, Miss Baker is director.
Nfelita McCauley, Barbara is Ll cellist for the allxstate or-
Eastern Hills' stage band played for several groups during
the past year, including the East Side Lions Club, the P-TA
and the Physical Education Conventions at the Texas Hotel,
The group also appeared on television. Sax section includes
John Morris. Jerry Smith. Vicki Reas, Vffarren Koch, and
Judi Brown, Trombone players are Williaiii Cravens, Glenn
Lacy, Charles Hightower, Bruce Butler, and Bobby Standifer.
Trunupeters are Larry Harrison, Paul Tate, Mike Bouffard,
and Steve Wfalters. Others are Mike McQuitty, drums, John
Halm, bass: David Livingston, piano, and Mr. Martin, di-
Trumpet players are Ronnie Huber, Ron-
nie Harris, jimmy Kennedy, first rowg john
Sparks, Jim Paull, Marlen McDonald, Gary
Pendery. Rade Parker, Robert Armstrong,
second row, Paul Tate, Larry Harrison,
Steve Walters, Ross Reinwald, Mike Bouf-
fard, Ernie Brady, third row.
Bells players are Pam Shear, Christy
Hawrylak. Drummerslare Willie Henken,
Hermann Acker, Larry Armstrong, Floyd
Goolsby, Mike McQuitty, Cathy Simpson,
Neal Rockhold, john Halm.
Clarinet and flute players are Sandra Fore-hand,
Debby Bryan, Royce Cain, Beverly Sharyer, Nancy
Lathrop, Pam Shear, jon Moody, first row, Keith
Fricke, Wai'ren Koch, Martin Glass, Paula Van Pelt,
Jimmy Garrett, Donnie Reames, David Livingston,
second row, Kay Smith, Lanelle Cheslock, Christy
Hawrylak, Paulette Kovar, Louise Anderson, Margo
Garrett, jane Frazier, Claudia MacDowell, Linda
Reynolds, third row.
Saxophone and bass clarinet players are Sandee
Edwards and Judy Stephenson, kneeling, Warren
Koch, Judy Brown, Donald Bruton, Bill Stockton,
Lawrence Mcleroy, Martin Glass, seated, Harold
Clark, Vicki Reas, jerry Smith, Homan Rupert, Cheryl
Gant, Craig Ward, Marilyn McQ9nald, john Morris,
Majorettes are Vicki Reas, Christy Hawrylak, and
Lanelle Cheslock, kneeling: Cheryl Gant, Paula Van
Pelt, and Pam Shear,
Leading the Highlander Bancl are Judy Stephenson and
Stephenson, Koch Lead Bcmcl
Members of the brass section include Glenn Lacy, rell, Lynn Bishop, Robert Barnes, johnny Hargraves, Roy
Vifilliain Cravens, Bruce Butler. Bobby Standifer, Charles Merrill, Danny Pitts. George Garcia. and Mike Cobb.
Hightower, Mac Salfen, James McCauley, Monty Har-
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Dianah Barton Charlie Rigby Brenda Haire Danny Tekstar Suzanne Hoffman
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BIG "E" BEAUTY QUEEN
Beauty Pageant Finalists
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Jane Welborn Firft Rzzmzer-Up
T bird Rzzmzer-Up
Sharon Elliot Fonrlb Rzzmzer-Up
Linda Dunham Alice Bretz
Suzanne Woodall jackie Howe
Geneta Anderson Johnny Norman
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Mollie Howell David Bane
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Summa Cum Laude Graduates
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Roi Vandiver's interest in social studies extends into Because of her ability in the art field, Carol Red
i government. He was chairman of his class in the writing ford did extensive work on cover designs and scenery
' of a new class constitution and served on a panel for a P-TA for various programs.
i program, "Freedom is Everybody's Business."
V Selected to represent the music department in
l Who's Who, Betty Helm also served as concert-
V mistress of the All-City Orchestra.
Gene Cartwright, a talented speech
student, has taken part in various school
plays and programs, including "The
Mouse That Roaredf'
Members of Whois Wfho are selected by the faculty on a
departmental basis. Eligibility is limited to seniors who have
a grade point average of 3.0 and a A average in citizenship for
the first semester. Each departmental section selected its out-
standing student according to contributions made in the particular
area of election, as well as the student's interest and creativity be-
yond his classroom work,
Phyllis Buckman has successfully completed
Work in all business courses: short-hand, typing,
Winning the Betty Crocker "Homemaker of the Year" contest,
Candy Hamilton represented the Eastern Hills homemaking de-
partment in district competition. She also served as seamstress for
several school functions.
Mary Logan has maintained the scholastic
requirements for this honor in English and
has also contributed much creative work to
"Echoes From the Highlands."
Tom Koebernick's interest in journalism has been shown as he
was editor of the Tartan and co-editor of the literary magazine.
For outstanding work in science Paul Tate not only covets
Who's Wfho, but also a slide rule from the Fort Worth Chapter
of Professional Engineers.
' Y'A, A mar, Vernon Boyd was chosen
Zi to foreign language Who's
K 7 Who. He has studied both
--ln Spanish and German.
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ing comprehension and gram-
- T' Linda Barr represents the Girl's Physical
education department and has won a two
year award for best all-around girl.
Sports have played a large part in the life of David
Bane He has serv ed as co captain of the football team and
the track team
Cadet Major Neldon
Millar's outstanding per-
formance in ROTC has
gained him Who's Who
and EHHS honor rating.
LeRoy Thompson has received many honors in the
field of mathematics such as a slide rule from the Tort
Worth Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional
Engineers and a scholarship from Temco
Highlanders Earn Co-Championship
Eastern Hills, Highlanders, led by three fine coaches,
great morale, good leadership, and fine team spirit,
ended the season on November 30, 1962, with a 7 to O
loss to Dallas Samuell, and a 7-4 record for the season.
There were many factors that contributed to the startling
rise of the team from the east side of town. There
was the great defense led by its three all-district de-
fensive players: Sam Scott, linebacker, Paul Shields, end,
and Bob Keener, a tackle who also earned all-state
honorable mention honors. There were Ted Harris and
Steve Means, who earned second team all-district honors.
Roby Morris, Max Rhodes, Sam Bartholomew, Ray
Avery, and Tom Koebernick were placed on the honor-
able mention list.
The Highlanders weren't the most productive of-
fensive team in the district, but when they needed to
score they usually came through with David Bane,
Sam Scott, and Roby Morris supplying most of the
spark. Roby was also a great help to the defense, aver-
aging 433 Yards on 29 kicks. The bench played a great
part during the season as it always does on a winning
team. When some of the starters were hurt, boys like
Scotty Locke, Leroy Gast, Phil Nixon, Bill Winkler, Leo
Luebbehusen, and Dwayne Willianas filled in admir-
ably. Paschal also had a 7-3 record in district play, but
the Highlanders won the right to represent district
4A-5 since they defeated theiPanthers 8-7.
Much of the credit for this year's football championship goes to Line Coach James Vlfillingham, Head Coach George Mitcham, and Back
Coach VU. A. Graves.
Coach Willingham is being carried off the field
after winning the district championship.
30 El Paso 6
13 Mineral Wells 0
O Waco High 14
0 Haltom 6
14 Technical 6
8 Carter 0
8 Paschal 7
1 3 Polytechnic 6
15 North Side 36
8 Arlington Heights 6
O Dallas Samuell 7
Student trainers were Fred Alvord, 3 yearsg john Alcon, 2 yearsg and
Tom Hendricks, 3 years.
Highlandettes provided the leadership and the initiative for the fine school spirit that prevailed throughout the season.
SAM SCOTT, Senior,
5 Letters, Back
PAUL SHIELDS, Senior,
1 Letter, End
Clan Sccllps Indians of Ysleta
Eastern Hills' crushing offense, headed by Sam Scotts Scott, and Tom Koebernick. Since the game was at
115 yards and David Bands pass catching, led the Ysleta, a play-by-play account was broadcast for the
Clan past Ysleta 30 to 6. The defense played its usual benefit of fans. The broadcast was sponsored by the
stellar game by holding Ysleta to 104 yards total Booster Club.
offense. Defensive standouts were Paul Shields, Sam
TED HARRIS, junior,
1 Letter, Back
BOB KEENER, Senior,
2 Letters, Tackle
MAX RHODES, Senior
2 Letters, End
ROBY MORRIS, junior
2 Letters, Quarterback
Eastern Hills Turns Back Mineral Wells
The Highlanders turned a fumble recovery and a Rhodes. While the offense was slowed by a determined
32 yard pass into the game-'s only touchdowns as they herd of Rams, the fierce Eastern Hills defense held
won 15 to O. The fumble recovery was made by Bob Mineral Wells to a minus three yards rushing. Defensive
Keener, and the pass was from Roby Morris to Max standouts were Phil Nixon and Sam Scott.
STEVE MEANS, Senior
2 Letters, Guard
DAVID BANE, Senior,
1 Letter, Back
SAM BARTHOLOMEW, Senior
1 Letter, Tackle
2 Letters, Back
GENE CARTWRIGHT, Senior
Mitcham's Team Falls to Waco High
The undefeated Highlanders fell to the over-grown
Tigers of Waco at Tyson Field in Waco 14 to 0. EH
fumbled on the third play of the game. Waco took the
ball from there and in five plays was across the goal
for the first score of the game. The Highlanders' of-
fense was not ineffective as it led Waco by a small
margin. But the men in blue from Eastern Hills
couldn't score when they got close. Against the rated
Tigers, Tom Koebernick, Bob Keener, Sam Baratholo-
mew, and Steve Means came through with the best
PHIL NIXON, Senior
2 Letters, Guard
TOM KOEBERNICK, Senior
2 Letters, Back
STEVE ROSE, junior
1 Letter, Guard
LOUIS MILLER, Senior
2 Letters Center
Clan Loses to Haltcm
The Highlanders went on the field a heavy favorite
to win. When they left the field four quarters later,
the score read Haltom 6, Eastern Hills 0. During those
four quarters the Highlanders marched up and down
the field between the twenty yard markers without
scoring. They had more total yardage than Haltom, as
they led in every department. The defensive team, led
by its capable linebackers, Louis Miller and Sam Scott,
and the rest of the defense did a fine job of holding
the Buffs to one touchdown.
RAY AVERY, junior
1 Letter, Center
JAMES AITKEN, Senior
1 Letter, Back
BILL WINKLER, Senior LEO LUEBBEHUSEN, Senior MIKE LATHAM, Senior
1 Letter, Guard 1 Letter, Tackle 1 Letter, Back
H'ghIa nclers Defeat Bulldogs 14 to 6
A sluggish Highlander team found the Tech team touchdown and the go-ahead extra points. Gene Cart-
deternlined to record :1 victory. Tech scored first on a Wright scored the final touchdown in the third quarter
70 yard punt return, but after that Eastern Hills took on a 21 yard pass from Roby Morris. This wound up
over and drove 40 yards, with Sam Scott scoring the the games scoring as EH took it 14 to 6.
Rugged Sam Scott halts Tech ball carrier for no gain as the rest of the defense takes a second shot.
Scotty Locke, Senior LeROY GAST, Junior BOB LADD, Senior
1 Letter, BHCI4 1 Letter, Tackle 2 Letters. End
EH Shocks Carter 8 to 0
Fans could hear the leather pop on the hot and dusty
afternoon of Oct. 27 as the Highlanders kept a tie
for the lead in district play by remaining undefeated.
The defense played its usual part in helping win the
game, although the punting of Roby Morris was also
instrumental. The defensive team tackled a Carter punter
before he Could get the ball away on Carter's three
yard line, thus setting up the game's only touchdown.
Two intercepted passes also helped the Clan's cause.
David Bane cuts corner for good gain against Carter Riverside.
Max Rhodes goes across for the game-winning
touchdown against Paschal.
Clcmsmen Break Up
Paschal's Rule of 4A-5
The Highlanders beat a team that the rest of the league had been trying
to beat for over two and one-half years. Paschal had won 20 games in
district play till Eastern Hills stopped them 8 to 7 in 1962. The score
came on a 20 yard pass from Roby Morris to Max Rhodes. The pass for
two points was also caught by Rhodes. Paschal lost three touchdowns:
one by an interception by lim Aitken, another by a penalty, and one by
a fumble recovery in the end zone by Gene Cartwright after Ted Harris
had knocked the ball loose from the pass receiverls hands. The defense
played a superb game. It was led by Sam Scott, Bob Keener, Sam Bartholo-
mew, Paul Shields, and Steve Means as they all recorded from eight to
eleven tackles. Ted Harris, jim Aitken, Gene Cartwright, and Tom
Koebernick also deserve much credit for containing the fabulous passing
attack that Paschal had.
Hard hitting defense, led by james Aitken, Phil Nixon, and Ted Harris, stops another Paschal drive.
Star Telegram Photo
BRUCE BUTLER, Senior
1 Letter, Tackle
Hills Beats Poly 13 to 6
Eastern Hills, after a bad first three quarters,
came from behind to record a 13 to 6 victory over
The Big Blue, on a fourth down and nine, got
their plays mixed up and tried a quarterback sneak.
Poly then took over on the 41 yard line. It took
the Parrots just a few plays to score and make it
6 to 0. Hills came close to scoring three times be-
fore hitting pay dirt but was pushed back each
time. In the third quarter the Highlanders drove
75 yards, with Morris getting the touchdown on a
12 yard sprint around left end. The try for points
failed, leaving the score 6 to 6. Not wanting a tie,
Poly came back and threw three incomplete passes.
On fourth down the pass from center was bad, and
the Highlanders recovered. Sam Scott took the
ball over from eight yards out. The point made,
the score stood 15 to 6. The game ended with Hills
camped inside Poly's 5 yard line.
End Max Rhodes goes high for this Morris-thrown
Star Telegram Photo
Roby Morris heads for pay dirt.
Star Telegram Photo
Despite scoring easily in the first quarter, championship
bound Eastern Hills tumbled to its first district upset.
With the passing of Raymond Davila and the running of
Sammy McNeal, the Steers bumped the Highlanders 35-15.
The Steers have made a habit of upsetting high-ranking
teams. The passing of Roby Morris, who completed 20
out of 50 for 241 yards, and fine receiving held the Steers
in reach until the last half when they broke through for
'two touchdowns. The Highlanders found this deficit
too much to overcome and had to wait until the next
week to find that they were district co-champs.
Steers Tumble EHH
to First District Loss
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David Bane is caught from behind by one of the Steers of Nortl
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Gene Cartwright goes through a host of Steers for the first Highlander touchdown.
Sam Scott avoids Heights' blockers as he goes through to
nail the ball carrier for a loss.
Eastern Hills Takes District Championship
Eastern Hills beat Arlington Heights 9 to 6 to take
the district co-championship and the right to represent Fort
Worth in the state playoffs. Roby Morris scored the touch-
down, and Mike Moore kicked the winning extra point.
The Highlander defense awarded the offense with the ball
on the Jackets' 27 yard line. The Clansmen gained 2, lost
35 with a third and 11 coming up, Roby Morris hit Max
Rhodes with a 17 yard pass for the first down. Sam
Scott got four on a power play up the middle. Then Morris
rolled right for a pass, but saw an opening off tackle and
went in from 7 yards out for the touchdown. Moore kicked
the winning point.
The rest of the game the Highlanders spent keeping
the jackets away from the goal. They succeeded on all but
one 74 yard drive when the jackets scored their six points.
When- Heights was trying to play catch up in the last
quarter, they were passing from their own goal when a
host of Highlanders caught them for a safety and 2 points.
Roby Morris 4105 cuts off the
right tackle, Bob Keener 1701,
for the winning touchdown
against Arlington Heights as Ray
Avery 1555, looks on.
Star Telegram Photo
Steve Means and Bob Keener rush Samuell passer, Guy Griffis.
Spartans Stop Highlanders
Eastern Hills, making its first venture into the state
playoffs, lost to the Spartans of Samuell High of Dallas
7 to O. Samuell had been a 25 to 53 point pick over the
team from Fort Worth. The game started on a bad note
as the Clan fumbled the kickoff and Samuell recovered
on the 27 yard line of Hills. Samuell ended up with a first
down on the four yard line. There the Highlanders held
and took the ball over on downs on the 6 inch line. They
ran two plays and kicked out of danger. This followed as
the course of the game, as the valiant but outmanned High-
landers fought the Spartans on even terms for the whole
game except for one lapse when Samuell, going for the
first down on the 50, got loose after a 10 yard pass and
outraced the secondary for the only score of the game.
The Highlanders, facing two all-district selections in the
Spartans' backfield, held them to a total of 90 yards rush-
ing. Eastern Hills could never get its offense rolling,
although Roby Morris punted nine times for a 47.3 yard
average, the only bright spot in the Highlanders' offense.
Bob Ladd and Sam Scott
get set to stop the Samuell
runner as Dwayne Williams,
Paul Shields, and Bob
Keener come to give them
any needed help.
Members of the B team are McMahon, Robeson, McDonald, manager, Patterson, Muse, Fernihough, Hulsey, M. Morris, Mitchell,
Owens, Burroughs, Luebbehusen, Callaway, Garland, Allen, row Webb, Barnes, Hardy, Harvey, B. Muse, Vernon, manager, row
oneg Girard, Sivernell, S. Morris, Grimm, Flowers, R. Brown, threef
J. W. Brown, Higginbotham, Williams, Gunnip, row twog Grimes,
B Team Posts
Record of 4-3-1
Ronnie Cunningham grinds out yardage
against Poly while Mike Mitchell and
Danny Muse clear the way.
Helping the B team are coaches Davis and Howerton, Assistant, Kirby Halm
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With a 6-7 pre-season record, combined with a
2-10 district mark, EH bettered any previous bas-
y Highlanders Better Previous Record
Members of the "A" basketball team are Guy Perkins, Roby Southard, Bobby Dillard, Bob Lamar, third rowg David Williams is
Morris, Dwayne Williams, first rowg Kendall McCook, David not pictured.
Richardson, David Tracey, Wayne Templeton, second rowg J. W.
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Coach Howerton a newcomer to Eastern Hills this year, led the
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At right Bob Dillard KZSU goes up for
ri shot in the Arlington Heights game,
The other Highlander players shown
are Dwayne Williams USD, Wayne
Templeton 4205, and Bob Larmer f21J.
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Serving as basketball managers were Carl Johnson, Kirby Halm,
and Doug Gerzmehle.
Bob Larmer 1211, captain, shoots over
Steve Toby QZIJ of Paschal, as Guy Per-
kins fllj goes in for the rebound.
Bob Larmer 1215 and Bob Dillard 4257 try for the rebound against Paschal
Roby Morris looks on.
" " Team Posts
Eastern Hills' "B" team, for the fourth time in four
years, posted a winning record in basketball. This year
they won 9 while losing 7. They finished third in district
by winning 6 and losing 6 and beating everyone but
Paschal and Arlington Heights. They were led through
district by Ward Ericson, Roy Burklow, Danny Webb, and
Coach Davis, one of the two new coaches at Eastern Hills, led
the "B" team to a 9 and 7 record. l
"B" team members of the basketball team are, bottom row, left Burklow, jim Wehrmann, Lloyd Grimm, third row, Doug Gerz-,
to right, john Guthery, G. C. Singleton, Ward Ericson, Ed McDonald, mehle, Marshall Morris, Phil Wright, Phil Whittington, and Larry,
Ronnie Clarkg second row, David Tracy, johnny Norman, Roy Armstrong.
Highlander golf season got under way in
mid-February when 30 boys qualified for the
12 open positions on the team. The top four
qualifiers were Melvin Starks, Jerry Wood,
Paul Proffitt, and Larry Guthrie. These four
boys played as a team in the Southwestern Rec-
reational Golf Meet at Forth Worth, where
i the team finished in a tie for fourth place out
y of 59 teams. Melvin Starks led the Highlanders
with a 192, followed by Paul Proffitt, 146,
jerry Wood, 147, Larry Guthrie, 163. Starks tied
for third medalist in the meet.
Next golf meet was March 22-23 at the
Bluebonnet Golf Tournament in Brownwood.
The Highlanders finished second out of 24
lteams and received a trophy. District Golf
Meet was April 2-4, with the team finishing
third. Paul Proffitt finished with 156, followed
by Melvin Starks, 1575 jerry Wood, 158, Roy
y Burklow, 1 58.
Coach Mitcham's team took time off durin
l the Easter holidays to play in the Dallas High
School Invitational. They finished in third
place out of 24 teams, receiving a school trophy.
Each member of the team received a small
' trophy. Paul Proffitt led the team with a 785
Melvin Starks, 79, jerry Wood, 81, Roy Burk-
low, 82. Starks received a four-year golf scholar-
, ship to TCU.
Co-captains of the golf team are Melvin Starks and Paul Proffitt
Golfers include Galen Womack, Jerry Woods, David Jackson, Melvin Starks, Larry Guthrie, Paul Proffitt, Bobby Massey Douglas
Ronnie Hay, Craig Towery, Bobby Fry, Dale Mahan, Dennis Withers, Martin, and Roy Burklow.
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Bob Visney, receiving a tickling blow, presents his stout opponent with
Ll shattering blow as he strives for a victory.
Ronnie Patterson receives u blow from his foe which sends him
to the canvas. Despite this, he went on to win the bout, and earn a
Bob Ladd lands a resounding blow on the chin of his opponent
and won the fight by decision.
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Coach Willingham discusses the season's track record with co-captains Roy Vandiver and David
Debbie Maddox, Andy Anders, Terry Reynolds, and Ilene Miller served as cheerleaders for the
Track Team Takes Third in District
Eastern Hills track team journeyed to eight meets this
year, brought back seven new school records, and had the
honor of placing more men in the Regional II meet from
Fort Worth than any other school. They started the year
at the Indoor Meet in Fort Worth with David Bane
setting a meet record of 47.6 in the 400 yard dash and the
mile relay team taking fourth place. They then went to
the Recreational Meet, where no one got into the finals.
At Gainesville the team made its best showing so far
by placing in four events. From Stephenville, the next
meet, the thinclads went to Brownwood, where Guy
Perkins won first place and set a school record in the
high jump with a jump of 6 feet. David Bane also took
a first in the quarter mile. Next came the Cowtown Relays,
where Eastern Hills was the only Fort Worth team to get
into the finals, taking third in the 440 yard relay with
a new school record of 43.3 and tying the school record
in the 100 yard dash with a 10.1 by Roby Morris.
Being invited to the Texas Relays, the team passed out
of lane and was disqualified. The district meet came next,
and the Highlanders finished a strong third with a total of
99 points. In finishing third, the team set a record in
the 440 relay with a time of 42.9 and took first place.
Eastern Hills was the only school to get a clean sweep in
any event, with Lloyd Grimm, Roby Morris, and Guy
Perkins taking t,,he first three places in the high jump.
High point honors for the meet went to Roby Morris,
who received second in the broad jump with a record
22'4M,", a second in the hundred, and second in the
high jump. Earning 34 points, he also ran on the 440 yard
relay team with Chuck Wellington, Randy Blake, and
David Bane and the second place mile relay team. Roi
Vandiver took fourth in the 880 yard run. The best
Eastern Hills could do in the regional ,was a fifth place
in the broad jump by Roby Morris.
Members of the track team are Wilson, Blake, Wellington, Morris, Young, Morris, Flowers, Bartholomew, jones, Garner, Gast, Moore,
Bane, Anderson, Gilmartin, row one, McGowan, Penny, Winkler, Hardy, Aitken, Helmericks, row three.
McDonald, Brown, Perkins, Smartt, Grimm, Vandive-r,' row two,
The surprising 440 relay team upset Paschal for district
crown. Members are, center, Randy Blake, Roby Morris,
David Bane, and Chuck Wfellington.
The mile relay, consisting of Chuck Wellington,
David Bane, Buzz Gardner, James Gilmartin, and
Roby Morris, qualified strongly for the regional meet
by winning second in district.
Relay Team Upsets Paschal
Brawny weight men were John Morris, Mike Flowers, LeRoy Gast. Steve Helmericks, Sam Bartholomew, and Bill
Hurdlers for the track team were Guy Perkins, Buzz Gardner, james Gil-
martin, james Aitken, and Robert McCowan.
Eastern Hills' first pole vaulter was Bill
High Jump Event
Capturing the first three places in the high jump in the district
track meet for Eastern Hills were Roby Morris, second placeg Guy
Perkins, third placeg and Lloyd Grimm, first place.
jimmy Brown, Mike Penny, and Tommy
Mulkey are on one of their many laps around
the track as they prepared for the mile run in
the district meet.
Morris Secures Place
In Regional Track Meet
Track managers were Rusty Culp and Carl Underwood.
Mike Moore, Roby Morris, and Lloyd Grimm represented
EH in the district broad jump. Roby secured a fifth place
in the regional track meet.
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Heading 220 sprinters are ,Chuck
'Wellington and Randy Blake, who both
placed in the district meet, and sopho-
more Wayne Hardy.
Eastern Hills' quarter mile threesome Sprints for the
finish line. They are David Bane, james Gilmartin, and
Senior co-captain Roy Vandiver leads sophomores Eddy McDonald and jim Smartt in a quest for
an 880 victory.
Mr. Vaughan coached the Eastern Hills boys' singles and
Richard james and Tommy Nelson formed the boys'
doubles combination in district play.
Mike Liddle earned the honor of district champion in tennis
singles and advanced to regional semi-finals where he was de-
feated by Leo Labord of Dallas.
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Tennis season began in September with 18 boys out
for the sport. Numerous matches were played during the
fall with schools from adjoining areas. In the spring, a p
practice round-robin, which included both boys and girls,
began with other schools in the district. The "A" squad
participated in three out-of-city tournaments in Wichita p
Falls, Garland, and East Texas State College, Commerce.
Graduating members of the tennis team are Richard
james, Barry McKenna, Ed Baer, jerry Cole, and man-
ager, Robert Rogers.
Brenda Haire, who was the singles represent-
ative in the district, earned a one year letter.
Members of the girls' tennis team were coached
by Mr. Vaughan, assistant principal and boys'
.Judy Hill and Cheryl Spain, both earning two year letters, represented Eastern
Hills in district doubles.
Brenda, Judy, and Cheryl, the team's captain, pose with
Miss Moore, who formerly coached them.
Outside of district play, Brenda, Judy, and Cheryl competed
in the Garland Invitational Tournament and the East Texas
State College Tournament at Commerce.
Others who practiced and participated in a few games
were Gay Burton, Janice Carter, and Linda Ardoyno.
EHHS Scllvages Three Diamond Wins
The 1963 Highlander baseball season could be
called a i'breaking" one-record-breaking and heart-
breaking. First, under the column of record-breaking
comes the magic number EHHS pitchers provided
three 5 hitters for all three Highlander district vic-
tories. Mike Grizzard pitched two "5 hitters," one
against Tech and one against Carter. Fred Robeson, a
promising sophomore, chalked up the other win by
twirling a 3 hitter at North Side. The record-breaking
column also saw a new record set in the i'Fat Lip De-
partment." Coach Graves and Ted Harris both sported
swollen mouthpieces due to flying baseballs.
Under the list of heart-breakers come six losses
by a margin of two runs or less. Two of these losses
were in extra innings against Arlington Heights and
Poly. Heights, which was the eventual district winner,
downed the Highlanders 4-3 in eight innings. In
district play the Highlanders were led by Max Rhodes
with a .325 average. He slammed 13 hits in 40 times
at bat. Home runs included solo shots by David
McBrayer and Mike Cooper in the Brewer game, Ken
Hall's grand slam homer in the Cleburne game, and
jim Hill's last inning, two-out, clutch blow against
Max Rhodes and Mike Grizzard won their third
varsity letters in baseball in as many years. Two-year
lettermen included Ken Hall, Leslie jackson, Ted
Harris, and jim Hill. One-year lettermen include
David McBrayer, Ronnie Golden, Mike Cooper,
Charlie Rigby, Kim Jacobs, Dennis Stanley, Dwayne
Williams, Steve Rose, Warren Bates, and Fred Robe-
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Members of the "A" baseball team are David McBrayer, Bryan Gerzmehle, student coach Jim McAteer, row two, Dwayne Williams
Hendricks, Max Rhodes, Mike Grizzard, Ronnie Golden, Coach Ted Harris, Tommy Boswell, Jimmy Hill, Leslie jackson Ken
Graves, row one, Kim Jacobs, Steve Rose, Charlie Rigby, Doug Hall, row three.
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All-District Honorable Mention
All-District Honorable Mention
Although Arlington Heights dominated the all-
district picks, Eastern Hills had three baseball
players receiving honorable mention. They were
Max Rhodes, senior, and Kim Jacobs and jim
All-District Honorable Mention
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Season Record of 4-1
Highlander "B" baseball team had a 4-1 record for the 1963 season. Probably
the most impressive victory was the 5-4 verdict over Paschal in extra innings.
These "B" team boys do not receive any recognition and play simply because
they enjoy participating. A great many of the "B" team players will be the
nucleus of next year's varsity squad.
First baseman johnny Norman goes
after a grounder in the game with
, Members of the "B" team are Louis Blackburn, johnny Norman, Davis, row twog Jimmy Howell, Ward Ericson, Gary Grimsley, Ron-
'James Grimes, Tim Blocker, Fred Robeson, row oneg Warren Bates, nie Clark, jimmy Carter, row three.
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Members of the intramural softball team are Steve Tobey, Terry McMorris, Mike Ferguson, Larry Shorn
Means, Bob Grove, Leonard Pack, john Flaa, Robert and Sam Scott.
Members of the intramural basketball team are Mike and Doug Shaw.
McGowan, David Taylor, Steve Dillard, Parker Hoover,
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Beall, Robert Barnes, Eddie Gallagher, Doyle Henderson, David Gardner, and David Stagner, row two.
Four Groups Wln Intramural Honors
Members of the intramural volleyball team are Rodger Linville, Ronnie Lattimore, Tom Blanton, and Tony Desmuke,
Charlie McCall, Mike Boles, Tony Kimbrough, Dwight Thompson,
Top junior girl
is Bee Sterett.
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honors of top senior
girl and top all
around girl is Sara
Linda Ardoyno won
top honors in the sopho-
Linda Barr and Sara Cunningham made a grand sweep
of all doubles play this spring, taking championships in
badminton, shuffle board, and ping-pong. Also both were
on every championship group team.
The first annual girl's physical education picnic was held
May 16, at Handley Park, At this time all awards were made
and recognition was given to all girls for their participation.
To highlight the event several "wacky" awards were given.
Twenty sophomores who made
the All-Star team are Janice Car-
ter, Katheryn Teems, Peggy
Brooks, Nancy Watkins, Char-
lotte Hall, Janis Chiles, row oneg
Bobbye Jenson, JoAnn Sanders,
Bettye Rodgers, Lois Hatfield,
Carol Cary, Angela Meer, Sandra
Marks, row twog Marilyn Whisen-
and, Linda Ardoyno, Pam Nimitz,
Merrilee Smith, Patty Groody, i
Mary Priddy, and Veronica Skid-
P.E. Program Includes Intramurals
The program for the girls' physical education department
is divided into two categories, instruction on skills and tech-
niques and intramural competition in the various sports.
A beginnerls program is offered to the sophomores and
an advanced program to the juniors and seniors.
The curriculum is based on both team and individual type
activities. Team sports offered in the program are volleyball,
basketball, speedball, and softball. Individual sports include
badminton, ping-pong, archery, golf, shuffleboard, and
From the above activities, an intramural program is
constructed. This forms an integral part of the yearly
program in the department. Points are awarded for general
participation, team rankings, and other factors. Girls ob-
taining a total of fifty-five points or more, form the select
group known as best all-round. From the sophomore,
junior, and senior classes, the student with the highest
number of points is recognized as being the outstanding
student of her class.
Members of the All-Star junior and
senior team are Lynn Cottingham, Susan
Harris, Susie Wadlington, Sara Cun-
ningham, Linda'Barr, row oneg Donna
Johnson, Bee Sterett, Judy Hill, Dehn
Ann Gregory, and Tricia Speakes, row
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MR, J. P. MOORE,
Superintendent of Schools
MR. R. M. STONE,
of High Schools
Supt. Moore Plans Retirement Aug. 31
Superintendent Joe P. Moore, who graduated from
North Side High and holds a B.A. from North
Texas Teachers College and an M.A. from Colorado
Teachers College, is ending a teaching career that be-
gan nearly a half-century ago.
Mr. Moores entire life virtually has been spent
in education. Under his administration, the number
of pupils has doubled, and half of the 115 Fort
Worth schools have been built. After serving as
superintendent for 18 years, Mr. Moore will hand
over the reins of public school administration to
Elden B. Busby on August 31.
The Administration Building of Fort Worth public schools opened in the fall of 1955.
MR. ROY C. JOHNSON
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Being one of Eastern Hills' top boosters, Principal
Roy Johnson was especially pleased when the Highlanders
defeated Poly 13-6. Mr. johnson, a former Poly coach, was
presented the game ball by co-captains David Bane and
Director Samuel Kurtz congratulates Mr. Vaughn, who had just
conducted the Air Force Band of the Vlfest from Lackland Air Force
Base, Mr. Vaughn is ri former band director in the public schools.
MR. K. O. VAUGHN
B.A., M.A., T.C.U.
Vaughn, Odell Offer Guidance
MISS ARABELLA ODELL
B.A., M.A.. U. of Texas
Sponsor of Student Council
MRS. INA M. TUCKER
B.A., Trinity University
MRS. MARGIE HOULIHAN
MRS, DONNA YOUNG
R.N., john Peter Smith School
Sponsor of F.N,A.
Counselors, Office Staff Lend Assistance
MRS. DOROTHY CONWAY
B.A., M.A., T.C.U.
MISS LELA DALTON
M.A., Colorado State
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MRS. POLLY LOVETT
B A , N.T.S.C.
The English department endeavors to supply the
students of today with a sufficient background of knowl-
edge in preparation for college work. One of the
requirements for English, in addition to book reports,
essays, grammar and literature, is term themes. Here
Ronald Swanson and Sylvia Callaway find necessary in-
formation in the library.
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MRS. RUTH PRIDDY
B.A., Texas Tech
Press Club Sponsor
I Tartan Advisor
Jackie Bozanich and jane Welborn are discussing changes which need
to be made in the next issue of the school paper, the Tartan. This is one
of the activities offered to students interested in newspaper work or
MISS ANN KING
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MISS BEVERLY HANKS
MRS. WAHNEETA XVILLIAMSON
B.S., M.A., T.W.U.
MRS. CHARLOTTE BALLARD
B.A., M.A., U. of Texas
Pan Am Club Sponsor
DIR, P. PSOMAS
B.A., N.E.S.C., Okla.
Pan Am Club Sponsor,
Bible Club Sponsor
Next year Eastern Hills will be one of several Fort Worth schools with the
facilities of a language lab. Improvement ancl stress on the importance ol
learning other languages will be the main goal of the language teachers.
German, Latin, Spanish, and French will all be on this improvement program.
Becky Reed and johnny Gallagher demonstrate the use of a newer tape recorder,
which was added to the foreign language department this year.
EHHS Offers Four Languages
MRS. DSREMA MCCULLEY
MISS BARBARA NAISH
French Club Sponsor
MISS ALZORA JEFFORDS
B.A., William Jewell College, Mo.
Drama Club Sponsor
Providing many enjoyable hours for the student body requires the
"actors" and "actresses" to sacrifice long hours rehearsing, gathering
properties, and constructing sets. The speech department presented the
fall play, The Man lVbo Came 10 Dimzer. from which the above
scene was taken, and the senior play, The Moure Tlmt Roared.
Art, Speech Provide Interesting Activities
MRS. MARGUERITE MEISNER
B.A., Cornell College
Art Club Sponsor
Art classes sponsored senior displays of pupils with qualifying art
exhibits. This year the students worked with oils, pottery, water coloring,
chalk, etching, silk screening, and block printing. Pupils are shown
sketching and oil painting.
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MRS. ALBERTA SPARKS
Biology, Plane Geometry
MR. JAMES LEDBETTER 3
Asc., T.C.U., T,W.C. y
B.A.. Texas A8cM l
Students may choose their courses from algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry,
and trigonometry. The teachers strive to instill in the student the necessity for an
understanding of the mathematical world, Besides teaching the students math,l
these courses also teach the student to think for himself.
MR. M. R, AVERY f V y
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry Qs
Bs., T.c.U. i s oo G
M.Ed., T.XV.C. .dxf
i Geometric figures hanging from the ceiling decorate the math rooms. The
figures are projects of the geometry students. In this manner the students put into
use the knowledge they have gained.
MR. R. D. WILLIAMS
B.S., University of Corpus Christi
'h II S d
t. CI enge fu ents
I MRS. VALDA CARROLL
, Geometry, German
, BA., T.C.U.
l German Club Sponsor
i Chess Club Sponsor
MR. W. B. KIRK
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry
Daily exercise and calisthenics in boys' physical education classes
build strong bodies.
MR. W. A. GRAVE5
American History, Coach
B.A., U. of Tulsa
MR. GEORGE MITCHAM
Boys' P.E., Football Coach
BS., M.Ed., T.C.U.
Coaches Teach Sportsmanship
MISS MIRIAM MOORE
BS., MS, N.T.S,C.
Y-Teens, Red Cross Sponsor
Learning the techniques of a good baseball game is one of
the many activities of the girls' physical education classes.
MRS. BETTY TAYLOR
B.S., Southwestern U.
Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Red
Cross, Highlandette Sponsor
Science courses endeavor to zbdvance the pupils'
understanding of the world and the unknown
around them, Biology, dealing with the science
of lifeg chemistry, with the composition, structure,
and properties of substances and the transforma-
tions they undergo, and physics, advanced science,
offer a selective choice for the interested students.
this lab period chemistry students are faced
the problem of neutralizing an acid with a
base, one of their many practical experiments.
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MR. BENNY DAVIS MR, JOHN ROSS
Biology, Assistant Coach Biology, Physics
B.A., U, of Tulsa B.S., M.Ed., T.W.C
Labs Provide Practical Experiments
MRS. SARA TANNAHILL
MRS. CHRISTINA HAVINS .t
Biology I A
B.S., T.W.C. i
Highlandettes Sponsor .
MR, LEON MITCHELL
M.A., U. of Texas
MR. BILL POLSON
MRS. BARBARA HICKS
B.A., University of
To expand the idea of freedom and the concept
of our American heritage, history teachers em-
phasize the necessity to be informed on current
events. Here some students examine new text
MR. B. W. SILLS
B.A., M.Ed., T.C.U.
Future Teachers Sponsor
Government II students enjoy practicing parliamentary procedure for a
presented at East Van Zandt School.
U MR. JOHN HOWERTON
MR. T. W. WEATHERRED
Safety Council Sponsor
MR. JAMES L. XWILLINGHAM
B.A., Daniel Baker
MRS. JOYCE CALHOUN
MRS. MARJORIE REID
Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping
B.S., Okla. U.
Business Courses Prepare
Students for Careers
Two years of typing, a year of bookkeeping, and a year of shorthand are
available to Highlanders who wish to enter the field of business administration.
These are students in one of Mrs. james' Typing 2 classes.
MRS ., MARY JAMES
MRS. MARGUERITE THOMPSON
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Linda Langdon and Cynthia Daniels prepare to serve punch to faculty
members at the annual Christmas tea sponsored by the homemaking
classes. Other activities of the girls include preparing lunch for
visiting dignitaries and modeling their own creations at a spring fashion
Home Economics, Music
MISS MARY LOUISE BAKER
Chorus, Orchestra, Government,
A.B., U. of Nebraska
M.A., Eastman School of Music
MR. R. E. MARTIN
MR. O. U. ROCKHOLD Mfsgi. JAMES L. SHANNON MXSGT. JESSE EVERETT i
Wood-Metal Sh0P R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C.
B.S., M.S., E.T.S.C. '
Boys Show Interest i
In Shop, R.O.T.C. i
MR. R. N. PERRY N
Mechanical Drawing '
These boys have completed night stands, a favorite project of first
year shop students. More advanced boys have done book cases, cedar
chests, coffee tables, and ping pong tables.
Custoclions, Cafeteria Workers
Custoclians for Eastern Hills are Mr. Forehancl, Mr. Sweeney, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Waters, and Mr. Wade.
MRS. JAMES BEALL, MR..G, T. BOSWELL
P-TA President Booster Club President
, Cafeteria workers are Mrs. Curry,
Mrs. Brumley, Irene Lowe, Mrs. Milton,
Mrs. Eudy, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Revill, and
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Dehn Ann Gregory
Lee Roy Gast
Sue Ellen Hullum
Lee Anna Latham
H. A. Schafer
Mary Lou Vifaldrup
' hVice President
Marie Benton E H H
W , Judy Brown
Se n Charles Bruce
l Phyllis Buckman
W Ronnie Burklow
' Becky Burrage
Jerry Cole l
Trisha Collier H
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Betty joe Connatser
Marilyn Conner A
' Gail DeVore
Barbara Eller E H H
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johnny Hargrave 4
' Sharon Harris
l Bob Holmon
Mary jane Hewett
Betsey Hunter E H H
Kim Nelson E H H
Terry Seapcy E H H
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l Betty Swanson
l Bill Taylor
Paula Van Pelt
Terry Von Diest
Linda Vlfallace E H H
Paula jo Watts
Among the last minute honors claimed
by EHHS students was the Superior
junior Cadet Award received by Roy
Scudday, who is also a nominee for
the Legion of Valor Award.
Will Rogers Auditorium
May 26, 1963 8:30 A.M.
P1'0ce5ri01mf.' God of Our Fathers
Imfomfiwz: Guy Andrew Perkins, Jr.
Tlamzks Be I0 God: Select Choir
Srriplure Readirzg: Mary Margaret Logan
Living by Ifzzfiribler: The Rev. W. V. Bane
Once to Every Mm and Nation: Select Choir
Bef7edirfio1z.' Robert Allan Dillard
RererJi0:zaZ.' A Mighty Fortress
Seniors Graduate on May 28
Through photographs and words we have tried to pic- has been attained. We should like to issue the challenge
ture life at our school. Students have come and gone, honors that Emily offered in the play, "Our Town": "Do human
have been achieved, victories have been wong knowledge beings ever realize life while they live it?"
Awaiting the final call for lining up, these joyous
seniors have one last laugh together before the
graduation exercises begin on-May 28.
This is the way Wfill Rogers Auditorium looked
before EH's baccalaureate.
The time has finall come for these raduatin
A L y g - g
seniors. All is over but the baccalaureate service, grad-
uation exercise, and the shouting.
The hard part of making good is that we
have to do it every day. As the doors close
on the past the future stands open to you, the
Highlanders, filled with many opportunities
for those who help themselves. Life is not a
gift. Benefits are obtained by most and with-
held from very few. Strive for your highest
goalhnever looking back-and success will
reach reality, make-believe and fantasy will
fade, being replaced by the realities of suc-
Above all other things is justice: success is
a good thing, weath is good also. Honor is
better, but justice excels them all.
jan Waddell, Editor
Acker, Hermann, 54, 165
Ackerman, Tom, 153
Acuff, Paula, 10, 26, 51, 56, 57, 60, 77,
Aitken, James, 4, 18, 93.'96, 101. 113, 115, 17'
Akers, David, 153
Alexander, Judith, 165
Allen, J., 177
Allen, Kenny, -1, 165
Allen, Terry, 102, 110, 153
Allmond, Barry, 56, 165
Allsbrooks, Ray, 57, 153
Almond, Carolyn, 26, 30, 32, 36. 38, 41, 5'1, 177
Amburn, Carolyn, 35. 38, 165
Anders, Andy, 112, 153
Anderson, Geneta, 27, 31, 49, 72, 153
Anderson, Jimmy, 113, 117, 165
Anderson, John, 165
Anderson, Louise, 32. 41, 54, 153
Andrews, Paula, 27, 32, 53, 153
Andrews, Sharon, 27, 31, 52, 165
Anthony, Peggy, 29, 40, 51, 52, 177
Archie, Carolyn, 27, 31, 34, 37, 165
Linda, 28, 31, 51, 52, 119, 128, 129,
Armstrong, Larry, 511, 108, 153
Armstrong, Linda, 153
Arnold, Ken, 39, 43, 57, 153
Arnold, Linda, 165
Arrington. Paula, 153
Arthur, Linda, 29
Attebery. Tommy, 110, 165
Austin, Jackie. 165
Austin, Norma, 32
Avery, Ray, 4, 37. 93, 99, 101, 165
Bice. Judv, lo, 29, 33. 33, 36. -14. 49, 173
Bilderback, Jimmy, 153
Birchett, Bob. 30, 165
Bishop, Charles, 56, 153
Bishop, Lynne. 55. 165
Bizzell, Johnny, 31, 153
Blackburn. Lewis, 125, 153
Blackstone, Dona, 26, 40. 46, 48, 51, 178
Blackwell, Debbie. 38, 153
Blair, Ricky, 153
Blanton, Sarah, 34, 38, 165
Blanton, Tom, 12', 153
Blake, Randy, 38, 113, 117, 164, 165
Blessing, Betty. 27. 36, 39, 154
Blocker, Tim, 5, 75, 125, 165
Boardman, Mike, 56, 154
Bockman, Dean, 31, 178
Bodine, Micki, 27, 50, 51, 154
Bodine, Nan, 52, 178
Bohannon, Janice, 178
Boles, Mike, 129, 154
Bolton, Jerry. 165
Borst, Kathy, 166
Boswell, Tommy, 5, 166
Bouffard, Mike, 53. 54, 154
Bounds, Larry, 6. 42, 166
Bourie. Alan, 154
Bowdish, Nancy, 28, 15,1
Bowen, Bobby, 57, 154
Boyd, Vernon, 30, 53, 85, 178
Boydston, XVayne, 49, 154
Box, Ronald, 56, 154
Bozanich, Jackie, 26, 29, 34, 39, 137, 177
Bracken, David, 32, 49, 154
Bradley, Charles, 154
Brady, Ernie, 5-1, 154
Brandt, Gwen, 27, 33, 38, 154
Brandt, Peggy, 27, 33, 50, 65, 166
Brantley, Karen, 27, 154
George, 38, 39, 52, 65, 195
, Jimmy, 179
Bane, David, 4, 15, 17, 42, 49, 60, 76, 85
Bacon, Karen, 29, 165
Baer, Ed, 35, 177
Bailey, Judy, 29
Baldwin, Johnny, 153
Ball, Franklin, 177
Ball, John, 153
Ballard, Jim, 32, 57, 177
Ballem, Carole, 27, 37, 49, 165
Ballem, Sharon, 26, 32, 28, 177
Balthrop, Gary, 177
91, 95, 98, 101, 112,113,114,117,133,176,
Barber, Denise, 153
Barber, Jeanette, 31, 177
Barber, Paula. 27, 29, 153
Janice, 27, 29, 153
Barker, Ronnie, 153
Donna, 33, 36, 165
Barnes, Brinton, 110, 165
Barnes, Carol, 28, 153
Barnes, Kathy, 27, 28, 41, 51, 165
Barnes, Kenneth, 153
Barnes, Nancy, 26, 28, 33, 37, 44, 177
Barnes, Robert, 153
Barnes, Robert, 31, 55, 127, 177
Barnett, Dawn, 165
Barr, Linda, 26, 37, 85, 128, 129, 177
Barron, Donna, 34, 165
Bratcher, Martha, 154
Bratcher, Sandra, 179
Bretz, Alice, 26, 51, 70, 179
Brewer, Eddy, 166
Brewer, James, 179
Brightwell, Otis, 56, 154
Brittain, Thomas, 154
Brockman, Betty, 27, 28, 32, 154
Brooks, Peggy, 27, 31, 38, 49, 129, 154
Brown, Aaron, 57, 166
Brown, David, 179
Brown, Jimmy, 116, 166
Brown, Judy, 53, 54, 179
Brown, J. W. 102, 154
Brown, Ronnie, 102, 154
Bruce, Charles, 23, 110, 179
Bruce, David, 154
Brunson, Kathy, 39, 52, 154
Bruton, Donald, 54, 166
Bruton, Patsy, 154
Bryan, Debby, 54, 154
Buckingham, Karen, 32, 36, 27, 166
Buckman, Phyllis, 26, 28. 42, 84, 179
Burdine, Johnnie, 36, 154
Burdine, Toni, 166
Burger, James, 166
Burklow, Ronnie, 43, 108, 109, 179
Burnett, Karen, 27, 29, 154
Burra e Beck 26 37 17
Bartholomew, Janet, 29. 31, 36, 153
Bartholomew, Sammy, 4, 92, 101, 110,
Barton, Dianah, 33, 34, 38, 50, 65, 177
Bassham, Karen, 27, 36, 52, 153
Batchelder, Eleanor, 27, 31, 153
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Burrough, Jack, 32, 102, 154
Burton, Gay, 10, 19, 26, 31, 37, 44, 42,
Bush, Linda, 33, 38, 154
Butler, Beth, 27, 50, 166
Butler, Bruce, 4, 53, 55, 97, 179
Butler, Helen, 26, 37, 179
Bates, Warren, 125, 153
Beal, Milton, 127, 153
Beall, Celia, 20, 26, 28, 33, 42, 60, 178
Tommy, 56, 177
Beard, Mary, 34, 178
Beck, Eileen, 165
Phillip, 57, 178
Beene, Donna, 27, 42, 165
Begley, Phil, 57, 123
Begley, Susan, 19, 26, 36, 38, 42, 52, 57, 62,
Bell, Suzan, 27, 123
Benbow, Nola, 26, 178
Bennett, Francine, 29, 123
Benson, John, 30, 153
Benton, Margaret, 165
Benton, Marie, 28, 178
Bergen, Linda, 165
Bergeron, Sheron, 26, 29, 40, 178
Bergeron, Toni, 32, 153
Berlin, Linda, 153
Susan, 29, 34, 35, 165
Bettinger, Brenda, 178
Buyers, John, 166
Cadwallader, Linda, 18, 28, 66, 166
Cain, Billy, 154
Cain, Royce, 54, 154
Caldwell, Susan, 32, 50, 179
Callaway, Sam, 102, 154
Callaway, Sylvia, 27, 33, 37, 51, 52, 136,
Campbell, Gary, 154
Campbell, Pat, 41, 166
Canada, Gary, 31, 56, 154
Cantrell, Randall, 179
Cardwell, Jan, 166
Cardwell, Vicki, 27, 29, 35, 166
Carey, James, 56, 154
Carr, Gaylan, 28, 30, 38, 51, 166
Carter, Chris, 154
Carter, Janis, 27, 32, 37, 119, 129, 154
Carter, Jimmy, 125, 154
Carter. Nola. 2', 154
Cartwright, Gene. 5. ll. 18. 77, 83, 92, 93,
rol, 129, 154
Castillion, Tom, 31, 48, 47. 56, 180
Cavin, Curtis, -13. 155
Chambers, Tommy, 155
Chandler. Jerry, 51, 155
Chapman, Judith, 27, 31, 155
Chapman, Phillip, 121, 155
Chastain, Joan, 27, 155
Cheslock, Lanelle, 54, 55, 166
Childers, Rebekah, 27, 32, 155
Childs, Cynthia, 27, 34, 50, 166
Chiles, Janis, 27, 51, 129, 155
Christensen, Bonnie, 166
Christopherson, Faye, 30, 37, 38, 39, 52, 166
Churman, Andrew, 166
Clare, Nancy, 27, 32, 42, 166
Clark, Dalana, 27, 37, 39, 42. 166
Clark, Ernest, 39, 180
Clark, Harold, 2-1, 155
Clark, Ronnie, 73. 108, 125, 155
Clower, Donna, 38, 52, 165
Cobb, Mike, 55, 56, 166
Cofer, Steve, 155
Coffee, Robert, 4, 110, 166
Collins, Brian, 4, 30, 110, 180
Cole, Charles, 28, 30, 38, 180
Cole, Gail, 26, 31, 37, 46, 48, 81, 180
Cole, Jerry, 31, 180
Collier, Trisha, 180
Compton: Patsy, 180
Compton, Ricky, 155
Conatser, Cheryl, 26, 36, 39, 50, 180
Conatser, Jerry, 155
Conatser, Linda, 27, 49, 166
Conditt, John, 155
Conlin, Sandra, 27, 34, 52, 166
Connatser, Becky, 155
Connatser, Betty Jo, 180
Conner, Marilyn, 34, 36, 180
Conner, Richard, 155
Cooke, Gordon, 56, 155
Cooper, Larry, 30, 155
Cooper, Mike, 22, 122, 180
Cooper, Sanra, 26, 39, 180
Copeland, Christopher, 56, 155
Copeland, Jeri, 27, 38, 52, 167
Copeland, Sharon, 27, 155
Correll, Joan, 26, 34, 180
Cotter, Wilma, 167
Cottingham, Lynn, 28, 31, 36, 48, 129, 167
Countryman, Diane, 155
Covington, Elaine, 167
Cox, Jim, 52, 180
Cox, Larry, 155
Cox, Susan, 155
Cozzens, Jim, 7, 167
Crabtree, Jaki, 28, 31, 39, 41, 167
Craigo, Pat, 181
Cravens, Bill, 53, 55, 155
Crawford, Jon, 155
Crawford, Ken, 17, 39, 181
Crawford, Paul, 181
Creel, James, 31, 41, 155
Cremer, Barry, 155
Crowder, Carol, 26, 28, 38, 57, 181
Crump, Paul, 167
C111P,RuSfy,4, 51, 57, ss, 41, aa, 167
Cunningham, Dyanne, 26, 28, 46, 48, 181
Cunningham, Ronnie, 102, 155
Cunningham, Sara, 26, 32, 37, 41, 128, 129
Currin, Karen, 27, 29, 167
Curry, Charles, 167
Curtis, Jane, 155
Dake, Carolyn, 27, 29, 155
Daniels, Cynthia, 27, 29, 34, 147, 167
Daniels, Jon, 167
Darr, Phil, 4, 110, 167
Davis, Cheryl, 167
Davis, Doug, 155
Davis, Ed, 155
Davis, Phyllis, 30, 38, 52, 57, 181
Davis, Terry, 167
Davis, Toby, 167
Deal, Brenda, 29, 51, 167
Decker, Randy, 30, 56, 181
DeHay, Mark, 57, 181
Desmuke, Tony, 39, 127, 155
Devoe, Linda, 33, 167
DeVore, Gail, 18, 26, 28, 34, 37, 40, 181
Dews, Hank, 181
Dickerson, Joe, 30, 42, 51, 181
Diehl, Sandra, 34, 42, 181
Dillard, Bobby, 17, 32, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46,
48, 49, 51, 66, 103, 104, 107, 181
Steve, 33, 58, 42, 126, 149, 167
Dirk, John, 155
Dixon, Deanna, 29, 155
Dodson, Jim, 181
Dominy, Johnny, 19, 41, 149, 167
Dorough, Linda, 27, 51, 167
Douglas, Judy, 27, 167
Dowden, Sharon, 29, 39, 52, 181
Drennan, June, 182
Dugan, Betty Ann, 29, 52, 167
Duke, Terri, 155
Dulaney, Carey, 57, 167
Dunham, Linda, 26, 28, 51, 63, 70, 182
Dunn, Jimmy, 155
Dye, Jessee, 167
Dyer, Kenneth, 155
Dyer, Larry, 31, 56, 182
Eatmon, Phil, 155,
Edwards, Randy, 57, 155
Edwards, Sandra, 34, 54, 182
Edwards, Terry, 155
Eldridge, Carol, 26, 29, 42, 44, 182
Deral, 18, 182
Eller, Barbara, 182
Elliot, Sharon, 27, 33, 36, 37, 38, 52, 69, 167
Ellis, Carol, 27, 33, 38, 167
Ellis, Diane, 26, 182
Larry 41 167
Enlow,iFreida,, 27,, 29, 31, ss, ss, 167
Ericson, Phyllis, 156
Ericson, Steve, 182
Ericson, Ward, 108, 125, 156
Eudey, Jan, 28, 29, 167
Ewell, Pam, 27, 28, 33, 38, 41, 167
Fahey, Cindy, 156
Fant, Richard, 156
Farmer, Ricky, 127
Felkner, Jerry, 56, 156
Ferguson, Jane, 38, 51, 168
Ferguson, Mike, 126, 182
Fernihough, William, 102, 156
Fisher, Carole, 31, 34, 168
Flaa, John, 126, 150
Flowers, Mike, 31, 102, 113, 114, 152, 156
Floyd, Carole, 27, 156
Ford, Carol, 29, 37, 52, 168
Forehand, Sandra, 54, 156
Foster, Joan, 156
Frankenfield, Jan, 156
Frazier, Jane, 54, 156
Frazier, Lee, 168
Frech, Mary, 30, 52, 168
Fricke, Keith, 154, 156
Fricks, Terry, 182
Fry, Bobby, 109, 156
Fuqua, Bill, 39, 56, 168
Gallagher, Eddie, 127, 168
Gallagher, Johnny, 138, 182
Gandy, Jan, 27, 29, 156
Gant, Cheryl, 27, 32, 54, 55, 156
Garcia, George, 38, 55, 156
Garcia, Louise, 28, 38, 182
Gardner, Buzz, 113, 114, 115, 127, 168
Garland, Meg, 33, 35, 168
Garland, Ronnie, 102, 156
Garner, Mariano, 27, 30, 32, 37, 52, 168
Garrett, Jimmy, 182
Garrett, Margo, 32, 41, 54. 156
Gaskill, Earl, 156
Gast, LeeRoy, 4, 95, 113, 114, 168
Gathings, Nita, 27, 156
Gearhart, John, 168
Geisler, Mickey, 56, 156
Gensweider, Henry, 156
Gentry, Mike, 31, 156
Gerzmehle, Doug, 107, 108, 120, 121, 168
Gibbs, Kay, 10, so, 51, 126, 182
Gilbert, David, 182
Gilbert, Terry, 156
Gilmartin, James, 17, 113, 114, 115, 117
Giraud, Mike, 102, 156
Gladwin, Pam, 27, 31, 36, 168
Glass, Jimmy, 156
Glass, JoAnn, 27, 156
Glass, Martin, 54, 168
Goddard, Dick, 47, 182
Golden, Ronnie, 120, 122, 183
Gooding, Gerald, 56, 156
Goolsby, Floyd, 54, 156
Gordon, Geana, 27, 168
Gordon, Lurline, 29, 156
Gore, Carole, 27, 36, 156
Gould, Janice, 156
Gracey, Joe, 156
Grady, Jan, 26, 32, 33, 37, 40, 42, 49, 50, 133
Graham, Marty, 26, 29, 40, 46, 48, 80, 183
Gray, Jack, 51, 156
Gray, Sherry, 183
Green, Harry, 183
Greenfield, Linda, 183
Greenway, Bess, 156
Gregory. Dehn Ann, 27, 33, 48, 129, 168
Griffin, Gwen, 168
Griffith, Dona, 30, 168
Grimes, David, 127, 156
Grimes, James, 102, 125, 156
Grimm, Lloyd, 51, 102, 108, 113, 115, 116, 156
Grimsley, Gary, 125, 157
Grizzard, Mike, 30, 37, 38, 42, 49, 60, 120, 127,
Groody, Patty, 35, 58, 51, 129, 157
Grove, Bob, 31, 32, 126, 183
Grove, Bruce, 42, 183
Grubbs, Marion, 31, 168
Grunow, Barbara, 51, 53, 183
Grzann, Donna, 26, 29, 32, 37, 183
Guffey, Carol, 40, 157
Gunn, Mary, 157
Gunnip, Johnny, 102, 125, 157
Guthery, John, 31, 41, 108, 157
Guthrie, Larry, 23, 30, 109, 183
Hadsell, John, 183
Hagler, Erwin, 157
Hailey, Betty, 27, 38, 168
37 38 6
Haire, Brenda, 27, , , 5, 74, 1
Hall, Charlotte, 129, 157
Hall, Ken, 120, 121
Hall, Ricky, 127, 168
Hall, Wanda, 183
Halm, John, 53, 54, 183
Halm, Kirby, 37, 102, 107, 184
Hamilton, Candy, 26, 37, 40, 45, 46, 48, 51, 63,
80, 84, 184
Hamilton, Harriett, 10, 26, 29, 34, 47, 48, 184
Hamilton, Sharon, 27, 157
Hammonds, Jack, 110, 157
Hammons, Judy, 29, 184
Hammontree, George, 184
Hancock, Penny, 184
Hancock, Phil, 168
Haney, David, 32, 33, 157
Hankins, Sharon, 27, 28, 168
Hardin, Dianne, 28, 184
Hardin, Kathleen, 157
Hardisty, Sharon, 38, 52, 168
Hardy, Wayne, 49, 102, 113, 117, 157
Hargrave, James, 56, 157
Hargrove, Johnny, 55, 168, 184
Harkrider, Carolyn, 27, 38, 52, 168
Harley, Cheryl, 50, 168
Harrell, Monty, 55, 168
Harris, Brenda, 184
Hewetr, Mary Jane, 50, 185
Higginbotham, William, 102, 157
Hightower, Charles, 53, 55, 169
Hightower, Rusty. 31. 157
Hilcher, Larry. 169
Hill, Dianne, 126, 185
Hill, Jimmy, 120, 123, 169
Hill, Judy, 34, 57, 64, 69, 70, 119, 129, 185
Hillard, Brian, 157
Hillert, Bob, 30, 31, 37, -12, 48, 167
Hix, Barbara, 29, 157
Hodges, Becky, 157
Hoffman, Bill, 31, 37, 42, 46, 81, 185
Hoffman, Suzanne, 26, 38, 40, 65, 79, 185
Hoffmann, Beverly, 34, 169
Hofman, Susan, 31, 35, 51, 52, 185
Holcomb, Gary, 157
Holderness, Brent, 157
Holland, Patsy, 157
Hollingsworth, Jane, 27, 169
Holman, Bob, 34, 48, 185
Holt, Jim, 185
Hooten, Diane, 27, 50, 169
Hooten, Janet, 26, 185
Hooten, Joan, 157
Hoover, Parker, 18, 126, 169
Horn, Christine, 32, 47, 48, 80, 185
Hoskins, Phil, 157
Howard, Beth, 35, 158
Howard, James, 158
Howe, Jackie, 27, 33, 71, 158
Howell, Jimmy, 30, 125, 169
Howell, Mollie, 8, 32, 33, 36, 38, 56, 60, 63,
Howell, Penny, 27, 158
Howery, Joanne, 27, 58, 169
Houghton, Mike, 185
Hubbard, Kathy, 27, 38, 49, 67, 158
Hubbard, Myriam, 27, 32, 169
Hubbard, Sharon, 26, 28, 38, 50, 185
Huber, Ronnie, 32, 54, 185
Huckaby, Marcia, 26, 29, 37, 186
Huddleston, Ken, 31, 169
Hudgens, Bill, 30, 186
Hudson, Julie, 26, 29, 32, 33, 37, 42, 57, 77,
Hudson, Nancy, 27, 31, 158
Hullum, Sue Ellen, 169
Hulsey, James, 47, 48, 180
Hulsey, Larry, 102, 158
Humphrey, Kay, 186
Humphries, Becky, 158
Hunsaker, Bill, 32, 110, 186
Hunsaker, Susan, 158
Hunter, Betsey, 26, 45, 81, 186
Hutcheson, Bill, 169
Ince, Carolyn, 158
Ince, Frances, 38, 51, 186
Isham, Barbara, 27, 31, 33, 42, 64, 75, 169
ackson Dale 169
Harris Pamela, 168
Ronnie, 34, 38, 52, 54, 184.
Susan, 38, 42, 51, 129, 184
J . ,
ackson, David, 109, 169
ackson, Janet, 42, 186
Larry, 16, 169
Leslie, 5, 120, 124, 169
Jacobs, Ellen, 169
Harris, Ted, 4, 32, 74, 90, 96, 101, 120, 123,
Harrison, Larry, 53, 54, 184
Hart, Ann, 169
Hart, Jim, 31, 157
Hart, Randy, 157
Hart, Robert, 169
Hartman, Linda, 26, 42, 46, 48, 56, 57, 81, 184
Harvey, Jim, 102, 157
Hatcher, Ginger, 27, 28, 38, 137
Hatcher, Jan, 163
Hatchett, Jeanne, 51, 157
Hatfield, Lois, 129, 157
Haueisen, Karen, 33, 169
Hawkins, Charlotte, 28, 157
Hawrylak, Christy, 27, 33, 38, 51, 54, 55, 73, 157
Hay, Ronnie, 109, 157
Haynes, Harley, 138, 157
Heath, Craig, 157
Heitmann, Phyllis, 28, 31, 157
Held, Vicki, 8, 26, 28, 40, 45, 184
Helm, Betty, 38, 42, 49, 53, 82, 83, 184
Helmericks, Steve, 4, 10, 22, 113, 114, 185
Henderson, Doyle, 127, 169
Hendricks, Byron, 120
Hendricks, Tommy, 89, 185
Hendrix, Sharon, 27, 38, 157
Henken, Willie, 54, 157
Henslee, Gene, 157
Hernandez, Josephine, 157
Herring, Vicki, 27, 31, 157
Hester, Alan, 157
Hewatt, Kathy, 169
Jacobs, Kim, 120, 123, 169
Jahn, Terri, 29, 36, 38, 39, 52, 186
James, Richard, 18, 31, 42, 56, 186
Jameson, Art, 30, 42, 169
Jeanes, Bill, 56, 169
Jeanes, Donna, 27, 169
Jensen, Bobbye, 27, 38, 129, 158
Jensen, Vivian, 26, 32, 186
John, Georgann, 28, 158
Johnson, Carl, 30, 37, 42, 49, 169
Johnson, David, 158
Johnson, Donna, 27, 32, 33, 42, 129, 169
Johnson, Jimmy, 56, 169
, Karen, 29, 169
, Sandy, 151, 170
Jones, Belynda, 28, 186
Jones, Charles, 21, 38, 39, 41, 186
Jones, David, 113, 158
n, 31, 51,
, Ja 158
Jones, Janelle, 158
Jones, Ray, 186
Jose, Ann, 27, 31, 158
Karis, Connie, 34, 51, 170
Keener, Bob, 4, 12, 44, 90, 99, 100, 101, 186
Keeton, Johnny, 32, 33, 38, 49, 158
Keith, Jane, 51, 170
Kelley, Cheryl, 26, 35, 38, 45, 80, 187
Kelly, Janet, 30, 38. 43. 51- 187
Kelly, Suzanne, 170
Kennedy, Jim, 54, 187
Kennedy, Linda, 187
Kennedy. Roger, 187
Kepley, Terry, 158
Kesmodel, Larry, 31, 158
Kevil, Faye, 32, 170
Kilgore, Larry, 56, 158
Kimbrough, Gayle, 20, 38, 52, 158
Kimbrough, Janie, 26, 36, 38, 52, 187
Kimbrough, Tony, 127, 170
King, Barbara, 10, 26, 29, 33, 187
King, Judy, 27, 29, 170
King, Linda, 158
Koch, Warren, 14, 53, 54, 55, 187
Koebernick. Tom, 4, 20, 30, 38, 47, 48, 49,
80, 84, 92, 101, 176, 187
Kohler, Joe. 56, 170
Kornitsky, Sherry, 27, 29, 34, 48, 158
Koudsi, Libby, 27, 28, 158
Kouns, Jane, 26. 32, 187
Kouns, Kitty, 26, 52, 170
Kovar, Paulette, 54, 158
Kramer, Donna, 29, 38, 170
Kunze, Randy, 31, 51, 127, 170
Kynard, D'avid, 19, 170
Lacy, Glenn, 31, 41, 53, 55, 158
Ladd, Bob, 5, 95, 100, 110, 111, 187
Lambert, Jerry, 187
Lambert, Pat, 21, 26, 29, 32, 37, 187
Laneri, Louis, 158
Langdon, Jack. 41, 56, 158
Langdon, Linda. 26, 36, 147, 187
Lange, Tony, 21, 22, 187
Lankford, Charles, 187
Lankton, Pam, 17, 21, 27, 33, 38, 170
Largen, Robert, 158
Larmer, Bob, 20, 103, 106, 107, 108, 188
Latham, LeeAnn, 30, 52, 170
Latham, Mike, 5, 15, 31, 94, 188
Latham, Steve, 49, 158
Lathrop, Nancy, 26, 31, 47, 48, 54, 80, 188
Latta, Dannie, 28, 158
Lattimore, Mary, 27, 50, 170
Lattimore, Ronnie, 127, 170
LaVelle, Cheryl, 40, 52, 126, 188
Lawrence, Judy, 158
Lawrence, June, 170
Lawson, Janice, 27, 29, 158
Leggett, Larry, 57, 158
Lemons, Linda, 26, 50, 188
, Al, 170
, Bonnie, 27, 37, 48, 170
Connie, 27, 37, 48, 49, 170
Diggs, 56, 170
Linville, Rodger, 127,
Lewis Sherry, 27, 158
Liddle, Mike, 34, 118, 170
Litsey, Bobby, 158
Livingston, David, 31, 38, 53, 54, 156
Livingston, Susan, 27, 28, 158
Locke, Scotty, 4
Lockett, David, 159
Loesch, Nick, 31, 56, 159
Logan, Mary, 26, 28, 32, 40, 42, 47, 48, 81
Long, Jametta, 188
Love, Pat, 159
Luebbehusen, Leo, 4, 30, 31, 37, 42, 60, 94
Luebbehusen, Phil, 31, 73, 102, 159
Luke, Edward, 34, 170
Lynch, Jack, 170
Lynch, Rhonda, 159
McBrayer, David, 120, 122, 188
McCall, Charles, 127, 159
McCart, Ann, 159
McCarty, Marsha, 27, 159
McCauley, James, 55, 170
McCauley, Melita, 38, 53, 188
McCleery, Don, 170
McCollum, David, 159
McConnell, George, 159
McConnell, Rick, 170
Nagle, Nancy, 171
McCook, Kendall, 30, 60, 103, 106, 188
McCormick, Sandra, 170
McCoy, Danny, 52, 30, 180
McCullough, Pat, 36, 38, 188
McDaniel, Robert, 57, 159
McDonald, Bruce, 53, 188
McDonald, Diane, 34, 51, 170
McDonald, Ed, 108
McDonald, Marlyn, 113
McDonald, Suzanne, 188
MacDoWell, Claudia, 27, 32, 54, 159
McGee. Kay, 38, 51, 188
McGowan. Mike, 113. 126, 170
McHarg, Bill, 159
McKenna, Barry, 189
McKinney, Judi, 26, 51, 189
McLeroy, Lawrence, 54, 159
McLeroy, Terry. 170
McMahon, J. D., 102, 125, 159
McMains, Susan, 27, 28, 37, 51, 52, 171
McMillian, lN1ax, 171
McMorries, Terry, 126, 159
McMurry, Jackie, 28, 159
McQuitty, Mike, 53, 54, 171
McRae, Alan, 56, 171
McVean, Jim, 189
Mack, Kathy, 28, 171
Maddox, Debbie, 27, 31, 49, 112, 159
Maddux. Diana, 159
Mahan, Dale, -12, 109, 171
Marcotte, Carolyn, 26, 40, 189
Marks, Sandra, 27, 31. 50, 129, 159
Marsh, Sandra, 27, 159
Marsh, Steve, 171
Marshall, Roberta. 27, 29, 31, 41, 50, 51, 171
Martin, Cindy, 50, 189
Martin, Doug, 32, 38, 49, 109, 189
Martin, Harold, 171
Martin ames 32 41 59
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Mason, Beverly, 27, 28, 159
Massey, Bobby, 32, 109. 189
Stewart 56 171
Mattheiws, Tee, ,10, ,26, 28, 33, 44, 189
Noah, Sharon, 47, 190
Norman, Johnny. 32, 33. 49, 51, 72, 108, 152,
O'Dell, John, 34. 172
O'Neill, Nancy, 27, 36, 49, 51, 172
Orr, Jan, 27, 29. 160
Owen. Ronnie, 102, 160
Owens, Sharon. 38, 160
Pack, Leonard, 51, 126, 160
Parish, Donna, 32, 172
Parker, Rade, 172
Parker, Ronnie, 160
Parks, Sharon, 27, 50
Parson, Joann, 29, 35, 160
Parsons, Carol, 28, 35, 172
Patterson, Tommy, 172
Patterson, Ronnie, 102, 110, 111, 160
Patrick, Carol, 190
Paull, Jim, 5-1, 172
Peacock, Juanita, 26, 36, 38, 52, 190
Pearson, Jackie, 27, 29, 32, 51, 172
Peel. John, -i, 172
Pendery, Gerry, -11, 54, 160
May, Marilyn, 32. 35, 159
Mayfield, Dolores, 27, 171
Mealer, Mike, 41, 127, 159
Means, Steve, 4, 91, 100, 101, 126, 189
Meer, Angela, 127, 129, 159
Melanson, Clayton, 53, 157
Melanson, Ellene, 26. 30, 34, 189
Merkley, Donald, 171
Penney, Mike, 56, 113, 116, 160
Penney, Richard, 160
Perkins, Carol, 27, 33, 160
Perkins, Guy, is, 57, 38, 103, 104, 113, 115, 190
Perlick, Don, 190
Perrino, Karen, 26, 28, 40, 190
Merrill, Roy, 30, 55
Meyers, Marsha, 26, 32, 33, 37, 42, 50, 60, 63,
Mickle, Steve, 57, 189
Miers, Gene, 159
Marilyn 34 38, 82, 189
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Miles, Kaye, ss, sz, 159
Millar, Neldon, 37, 85, 189
Miller, Ilene, 37, 38, 49, 73, 122, 159
Miller, Jerre, 27, 50, 171
Miller, Kay, 27, 38, 159
Miller, Louis, 4, 93, 101, 189
Miller, Mike, 32, 159
Miller, Reynolds, 110, 189
Miller, Susan, 171
Millican, Ed, 4, 38, 125, 171
Milson, Tom, 171
Perry, Pam, 32, 47, 48, 190
Peterson, Lola, 160
Petty, Mike, 160
Phelps, Linda, 27, 172
Phelps, Norma, 27, 172
Phillibert, Alice, 160
Phillips, Aubrey, 160
Phillips, Mary, 27. 3-1, 42, 172
Phillips, Mike, 160
Pipes, Don, 172
Pipkin, Paul, 56, 172
Pitts, Danny, 32, 39. 55, 160
Plisko, Sherrie, 19, 150, 172
Power, Henry, 160
Poyner, Steve, 37, 38, 172
Pressley, Mark, 57, 160
Price, Carol, 28, 30, 172
Price, Hank, 4, 172
Price, Nancy, 172
Mims, Wfayne, 171
Mires, Hattie, 159
Mitchell, Bobby, 120, 159
Mitchell, Carolyn, 27, 36, 38, 171
Mitchell, Jeannie, 26, 190
Mitchell, Mike, 110, 159
Mixon, Linda, 171
Price, Sherron, 160
Priddy, Linda, 27, 29. 160
Priddy, Mary, 52, 129, 160
Proctor, Louise, 32, 190
Moberg, Ted, 171
Moody, Jan, 34, 54, 159
Moore, Doug, 190
Moore, Mike fsoph.J, 159
lyioore, Mike ljr.J, 4, 51, 116, 171
Moore, Mike isr.J, 190
Moore, Ronald, 171
Moore, Sue, 190
Moore, Tessie, 27, 159
Morris, John, 190
Morris, John R., 31, 39, 53, 54, 114, 171
Morris, Marshel, 120, 108, 159
Morris, Nancy, 159
Morris, Roby, 5, 19. 91, 97, 99, 101, 103, 104,
113, 114, 115, 116,171
Morris, Stephen, 102, 152, 159
Morrison, Gail, 64, 171
Morrow, James, 49, 53, 159
Moser, John, 31, 171
Mulkey, Tommy, 110, 116, 171
Murphy, Bob, 56, 159
Muse, Bobby, 102, 160
Muse, Danny, 102, 160
Muse, Susan, 190
Myers, Carol, 171
Nash, Frances, 27, 28, 37, 50, 51, 171
Neal, JoAnn, 160
Nelson, Kim, 2, 3, 11, 16, 30, 42, 49, 151, 190
Nelson, Tommy, 39, 41, 118, 139, 171
Netherton, Duanne, 29, 39, 51, 160
Nemton, Gary, 35, 171
Nicholas, Jimmy, 160
Nickerson, Gail, 27, 38, 52, 160
Nimitz, Pam, 27, 38, 49, 129, 160
Nixon, Phil, 5, 6, 92, 96, 101, 190
Proffitt, Linda, 27, 34, 52, 160
Proffitt, Paul, 109, 191
Proper, Karen, 160
Purselley, Carolyn, 21, 23, 160
Raulston, Sandra, 27, 160
Rawdon, Robby, 110, 172
Ray, Karen, 27, 160
Reames, Lonnie, 191
Reames, Steve, 191
Reas, Vicki, 31, 37, 53, 54, 55, 172
Reaves, Albert, 191
Record, Jan, 27, 160
Redford, Butch, 110, 160
Redford, Carol, 38, 52, 83, 191
Reed, Becky, 138, 172
Reeder, Cheryl, 26, 28, 33, 37, 41, 44, 60, 69,
Reid, Janet, 28, 51, 172
Reid, Mary, 29, 31, 51, 67, 160
Reid, Peggy, 191
Reid, Tommy, 191
Reinwald, Ross, 32, 41, 54
Revell, Kenneth ,
Rhodes, Max, 4,
, 125, 160
26, 30, 57, 38, 52, 191
39, 54, 160
15, is, 45, 91, 96, 97, 101,
Richardson, David, 42, 103, 106, 172
Riedal, Rita, 35, 52, 191
Rigby, Charlie, 15, 16, 30, 58, 39, 40, 41, 49, 51,
65, 120, 191
Rigby, Mike, 38, 51, 122, 160
Riley Bruce, 161
Risley, Carol, 27, 161
Ritcheson, Jerry, 161
Robason, Ronnie, 161
Roberts, Ken, 38, 161
Roberts, Shirly, 26, 32, 38, 191
Robeson, Fred, 51, 102, 110, 125, 161
Rockhold, Neal, 31, 43, 54, 56, 161
Roddy, Nancy, 27, 31, 161
Rodgers, Bette, 29, 31, 52, 129, 161
Rogers, Carl, 172
Rogers, Robert, 191
Rogers, Sheri, 26, 29, 191
Roper, Jon, 4, 12, 13, 16, 23,191
Rose, Bob, 161
Rose, Margie, 192
Rose, Steve, 4, 42, 51, 64, 75, 93, 101, 120, 124,
Rose, Dick, 172
Ross, Robert, 56. 161
Rowland, Rachel, 52, 172
Royar, Genger, 27, 33, 51, 161
Royse, Karen, 29, 48, 161
Rucker, Barbara, 51, 172
Rucker, Sharon, 26, 192
Rupert, Human, 41, 54, 161
Rush, Karen, 46, 192
Rush, Susan, 31, 48, 161
Salfen, Mac, 55, 27, 161
Sanders, JoAnn, 28, 129, 161
Sands, Bob, 56, 192
Sands, Linda, 161
Schafer, H. A., 172
uzanne, 32, 42, 49, 173
Speegle, James, 162
Spence, Rick, 173
Stagner, David, 31, 110, 127, 173
Stallcup, Carole, 10, 26, 29, 47, 48, 50, 193
Standifer, Bobby, 53, 55, 162
Stanfield, Ronnie, 31, 37, 173
Dennis, 124, 163
Starks, Melvin, 109
Stephens, Carolyn, 173
, Dale, 162
Stephens: Kay, 26, 28, 29, 193
, Rod, 173
, Roelga, 173
on, Judy, 14, 39, 50, 54, 55, 61, 193
steiett. Bee, 27, 40, 48, 51, 128, 129, 173
Stewart, Tim, 32, 33, 193
, Bill, 41, 54, 162
Stovall, Pat, 28, 37, 173
d, David, 162
Strickland, Gloria, 18, 26, 66
d, Mike, 162
Swaim, Sandy, 28, 173
Swain, Ronald, 162
, Betty, 26, 38, 52, 193
, Ronald, 41, 42, 136, 174
Walker, Marie, 29, 162
XValker, Pat, 174
XVall, Manson, 162
e, Linda, 194
Wallace, Steve, 32, 56, 162
Walter, Warren, 162
Wfalters, Carolyn, 27, 162
XValters, Steve, 27, 53, 54, 174
Walther, Beth, 31, 37, 49, 174
Wamsley, Linda, 27, 52, 163
Wamsley, Pat, 52, 87
Ward, Craig, 54, 163
Ward, Jim, 174
Ward, Judy, 27, 174
Ward, Laverne, 27, 50, 163
Ward, Millie, 27, 163
Sheila, ac, 57, ss, 48, 49, 174
11, Mike, 56, 174
Wfarren, Patti, 26, 19-l
Wlarren, Tommy, 174
Warriner, Susan, 27, 38, 175
Vlfaters, Donna, 27, 38, 67, 163
Wlatkins, David, 43, 163
s, Nancy, 129, 163
XVatson, Rebekah, 35, 163
Watson, Tim, 175
Paula Jo, 194
XVay, Carol, 163
Danny, 102, 163
XVeddle, Douglas, 56, 163
XVehrmann, Jimmy, 108, 163
XVeiler, Gene, 163
Tackett, John, 174
Schauitz, Linda, 27, 161
Schilder, Eugene, 30, 192
Schnidt, Linda, 52, 172
Schmidt, Otis D., 161
Schmitt, Brenda, 28, 32, 172
Schmitt, Marilyn, 161
Schmucker, Janice, 29, 161
Schorn, Larry, 161
Schwotzer, Pat, 33, 35, 172
Scott, sem, 4, 15, 90, 94, 99, 100, 101, 114, 126,
Scuddy, Roy, 38, 39, 48, 57, 173, 195
Searcy, Terry, 192
Seate, Donna, 30, 37, 52, 161
Sedinger, Victor, 57, 161
Seeman, Mike, 41, 42, 173
Self, Becky, 37, 51, 192
Sellers, Ronnie, 41, 161
Sells, James, 39, 52, 192
Senchack, Pat, 27, 37, 41, 49, 51, 129, 173
Sharp, Linda, 161
Sharp, Pat, 4, 173
Sl1aryer, Beverly, 37, 54, 161
Shaw, Doug, 126, 161
Shear, Pam, 27, 32, 48, 54, 55, 173
Sheets, Sheryl, 151, 192
Shepherd, Janet, 41, 51, 173
Shepardson, Suzie, 192
Shields, Paul, 4, 17, 42, 46, 80, 90, 100, 101
Shorn, Larry, 126
Simpson, Kathy, 54, 161
Sims, Barbara, 29, 51, 161
Singleton, G. C., 108, 161
Singleton, Ronnie, 173
Sinku, Judy, 173
Sivernell, Richard, 56, 102, 161
Skidmore, Mike, 56, 161
Skidmore, Veronica, 141, 129, 161
Skinner, Larry, 161
Sledge, Sherri, 27, 30, 49, 75, 173
Talmage, Mike, 174
Tangney, Janie, 29, 35, 174
Tanner, Nancy, 27, 174
Tate, Patil, 16, 21, 42, 53. 54, 82, 84, 176, 1
Tawater, Connie, 162
Taylor, Bill, 193
Taylor, David, 126, 162
Taylor, Fred, 193
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Teems, Kathryn, 49, 129, 162
Tekstar, Danny, 65, 193
Templeton, Wfayne, 103, 104, 106, 174
Terry, Kin, 27, 29, 162
Thiessen, Johnny, 174
Thompson, Benny, 37, 193
Thompson, Dwight, 31, 38, 127, 174
Thompson, Julie, 162
Thompson, LeRoy, 42, 47, 48, 81, 85, 193
Thompson, Tommy, 162
Thompson, Pam, 27, 162
Thornburg, Ted, 56, 162
Thornburg, Teresa, 34, 51, 174
oiee, 27, 29, 53, aa, 162
Thurman, David, 13, 52, 65, 174
Sloan, Claudia, 161
Smartt, Jim, 35, 113, 117, 173
, Berta, 26, 29, 38, 192
, Dennis, 30, 39
Smith Doug, 173
Smith Gary, 192
Smith, Gary, 161
Smith, Harold, 161
Smith Janis, 34, 50, 51, 173
Smith, Jerry, 53, 54, 173
Smith, Jimmie, 4, 173
Smith, Joy, 27, 34, 50, 173
Smith, Joyce, 30, 48, 173
Smith, Kay, 54, 161
Smith Kerry, 161
Smith Larry, 57, 161
Smith, Merrilee, 27, 32, 129, 162
Smith, Neal, 162
Smith, Robert, 192
Smith, Ronnie, 173
Smith, Steve, 162
Smith, Vicki, 27, 173
Smith, Willard, 162
Somoge, Ricky, 192
Son, Johny, 51, 162
Southard, John, 103, 193
Sowell, Donald, 193
Spain, Cheryl, 26, 32, 45, 47, 48, 119, 193
Sparks, John, 31, 41, 54, 162
Speakes, Gloria, 50, 173
Speakes, Tricia, 17, 129, 193
Spears, Francis, 27, 33, 162
Spears, Joe, 30, 37, 56, 193
Tobey, Robert, 126, 174
Toler, Darwin, 4, 33, 37, 174
Tomlin, Pat, 162
Tomlin, Patricia, 162
Toppin, Bruce, 162
Towery, Creig, 109, 174
Townsend, L, A., 162
Tracy, David, 30, 37, 103, 106, 108, 174
Treadwell, Steve, 33, 57, 174
Triplitt, Dennis, 57, 174
Tucker, Richard, 162
Tuttleton, Karen, 27, 28, 162
Underwood, Carl, 4, 174
Usher, Carolyn, 27, 174
Usrey, Carolyn, 162
Usrey, Sharon, 162
Vandiver, Roy, 37, 38, 83, 112, 113, 117, 194
Van Pelt, Paula, 37. 38, 42, 54, 55, 194
Vasquez, Sandra, 27, 34, 37, 52, 174
Vernon, Curtis, 102, 162
Vinson, Beverly, 26, 37, 50, 51, 194
Visney, Bob, 16, 111
Von Diest, Terry, 30, 194
Waddell, Jan, 26, 32, 37, 40, 42, 44, 81, 194
Wadlington, Susie, 26, 28, 33. 37, 42, 44, 80,
Wahl, Diane, 27, 29, 174
Walden, Charles, 38, 174
Waldrup, Mary Lou, 33, 51, 174
Walker, Kathy, 29, 162
Xveimann, Dianne, 26, 40, 50, 194
XVelch, Joy, 195
Wfellborn, Jane, 26, 28, 46, 69, 81, 137, 194
Wlellington, Chuck, 5, 11, 22, 56, 113, 114, 117,
Wlellington, Greg, 38, 163
XVest, Cyanna, 175
West, Frank, 175
Wherland, Mike, 57, 175
Whisenand, Marilyn, 27, 28, 52, 129, 163
Wl1ite, Ann, 194
White, Jeanette, 175
White, Tangi, 163
Whittington, Phil, 31, 41, 108, 163
Wickersham, Sue, 27, 52, 175
Wilkins, Reggie, 5, 175
Williams, Ann, 26, 38, 194
Williams, Candy, 175
Williams, David, 106
Williams, Dwayne, 100, 102, 103, 104, 106, 120,
Williams, Linda, 27, 163
Williamson, Donna, 27, 32, 163
Williford, Rickey, 57, 175
Wilson, Bill, 113, 115, 175
Wilson, Bobby, 163
Wilson, Jimmy, 175
Wilson, Loraine, 28, 163
Wilson, Melanie, 194
Winkler, Bill, 4, 11, 16, 34, 94, 110, 113, 114,
Winkler, Mike, 175
Winter, Jere, 26, 33, 38, 40, 194
Wlithers, Dennis, 32, 33, 37, 38, 42, 82, 109, 195
Woffard, Beth, 26, 195
Wolff, Barbara, 27, 34, 37, 175
Xvomack, Carol, 163
Womack, Galen, 109, 163
Wood, Jerry, 109, 163
Woodall, Suzanne, 27, 71, 175
Woodard, Charlyne, 27, 28, 32, 41, 175
Woodard, Georgia, 27, 41, 163
Woodruff, Doris, 51, 175
Woods, Robert, 56, 195
XVoodward, Dalene, 27, 29, 163
Woolverton, Jeanne, 26, 33, 37, 38, 195
Woolverton, Linda, 33, 35, 38, 39, 42, 57, 195
Wright, Becky, 27, 38, 163
Wright, Judy, 27. 175
Wright, Phil, 108, 163
Wyatt, Kaye, 51, 175
Yarbrough, David, 195
Yarbrough, Esther, 175
Yeathermon, Gary, 175
Yeathermon, Larry, 163
Young, David, 195
, Diana, 163
, Jim, 4, 113, 175
, Louis, 175
Mary 26 36 195
Youngblood, Flleh, 2,7, 163
Youngblood, Pat, 27, 37, 2175
y, aiu, 56, 163, 175
Ziegler, Tutti, 13, 19, 27, 35, 43, 175
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