Eisenhower High School - Aquila Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 298 of the 1978 volume:
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lke's Homecomin Dance
The Homecoming Court was presented at the dance.
Paul Goodie has his hands full with two dates, Yvonne Malonson
and Dedra Woods.
Cathy Gentry and escort Jeff Cantrell pose for pictures.
Linda Good and date Duayne Foore take a break from the loud
music of the T.S.U. Toronados.
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Rock Phillips gives "Cheers" during the lunch for the football
team by the Eaglettes.
The teachers show their spirit by forming a victory pyramid
The Mighty Eagles give the sign to prove they're number one.
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"You're kidding - aren't you?" says senior Margaret Smith to
senior Steve Bond during the typical lunchroom scene.
Sophomore Kamar Starrett and senior Glyn Pou discuss their
Senior Ana Hodriquez and junior Eric Bassett enjoy the Sweet-
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"Be Serious" says senior Brenda Gooden to senior Steve Catlett as he
. chows down his chicken fried steak.
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Senior Billy Bob Ramsey and sophomore Sherri Anderson
wait for the lunch bell.
Relationships in high
school can last anywhere
the right one even if it means
dating a different person
every weekend. Throughout
the time they "date", most
concentrate on having a good
time instead of worrying
about the future.
"lf you don't watch it l'll sick him on you," smiles senior Julie Peak about senior Ron Wil-
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The Eagle Cheerleaders were the real leaders in
The Golden Eaglertes show all their spirit at the Pep Rallies.
Members of Choir and Speech show all that the Eagles are number one.
The Pep Rallies at Ike this year have to
have been the best. The Eagle Backers
yelled, screamed, and cheered their
team on to victory. Everyone seemed
more involved in spirit promotion. The
battle of the classes helped to keep the
spirit high. The Eagle Pep Band per-
formed victory parades through the halls
during lunch, while the Eaglettes did
their spirit boosting by decorating the
Eagle Teams lockers. A special presenta-
tion was a Funeral held for Humble, com-
plete with a purple and white casket, an
idea the Seniors came up with to symbol-
ize that rival Humble was dead. Hillbilly
Rallies and Teacher Rallies helped the
enthusiasm to be its best. Mike Behrle,
captain of the football team, said this
year's pep rallies were very stimulating.
They truly believed that they had the best
fans ever. A new tradition was also
started by the cheerleaders and team.
Everyone was to stand and hold up one
finger as a symbol that the Eagles were
number one. And that kind of spirit never
Senior Tanja Rounsvalle was an active member of
the new pep squad, the Seniorites.
The Famous Humble Funeral meant that the Wildcats were dead.
Eagles are Evil" was drummed through the lunchroom by the Pep Band
The Teachers performed spirit boosting cheers for the team!
Money, Money, Money
Senior Lily Daughtery awaits students to come buy her baked goods.
Every club, class and organi-
zation has their own way ot mak-
ing money. The classes sold
everything from sausage and
cheese to T-shirts. The biggest
fund raiser was the Carnation
Valentines sold by the Honor
Society. There were dances,
Road Runner cartoons, lip con-
tests, bake sales, grapefruit
sales, and the old reliable,
candy. The money raised always
went to something worthwhile.
Alan Wilson, junior, helps get the cafeteria ready
forthe April Fools Dance sponsored by the juniors.
Senior Greg Barnes tries to decide who the lucky girl will be to receive a carnation from him,
as Vicki Johnson and Liz Prim wait.
Qfuff Munch and . . .
. . .stuff and munch some more. lt
was the annual Do-Nut Eating
Contest sponsored by the Student
Council. Four students represented
each class as they raced to see who
could cram down the most donuts
the fastest. The big munchers for
each class were: Kyle Cornwell for
the Sophomores, Connie King tor
the Juniors and Randy Robertson
for the Seniors. The Grand Mr. Do-
Nut himself was Freshman Kenneth
Cotton who wolfed down 32 glazed
ones in twenty minutes.
The Juniors cheer as Connie King breaks ahead by four do-nuts.
Donna Stolper can't believe that Randy Robertson just put a Freshman Kenneth Cotten feels The Triumph of Victory. . , the
dozen doughnuts in his mouth. BQOVW will Come late'-
Have If Your Wag
"These frenchfries are fingervlickin' good," says Sandy
Whether eating or skipping
study lab, you more than likely
end up in the "Cafeteria" lt's
the escape from the daily school
rut. One hears discussions on
"What's in this Hot Dog" to "Oh
Boy, it's Chicken Fried Steak
When not eating, students can
be found studying, cutting in
long lunch lines, watching the
slush machine overflow, telling
corny Aggie jokes, gossiping or
just being relaxed and loud
during their break.
Senior Greg Winn's favorite dessert is a grape Life-
Freshman Susan Rust and Monica Tofte use their lunch period to celebrate
birthdays, complete with streamers, party hats, cake, and noise makers
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Some students find the time to "gig wholesome" during lunch, such as Seniors John Nash, Mike Hurst, Bobby Copeland
Jeff Cantrell, and Sophomore Telina Lee.
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Since 1977 brought Trans Am Mania, Senior Jimmy Padillo fits right in with his '77 Pontiac.
Senior Steve Catlett drives a pick-up that is
outstanding at Ike. lt's lemon yellow com-
plete with a chain link steering wheel.
This sporty Cobra ll has a four cylin-
der and four on the floor and is Senior
Terrell HenIey's way of "getting
Senior Jeff Cantrell owns his own classicp a candy fire-engineered '57 Chevy. It has roll
pleated interior and a high performance 283.
Cruisin' around is a big thing
at Ike. Cars and trucks have
come a long way. Everything is
customized todayp cars can have
anything from fur lining and fog
lights to zodiac signs and
pinstripes. Vehicles can express
the owner's personality and the
way that he drives. Cruisin'
around in their own car or truck
is a favorite pastime of many
Another American Graffiti classic is Senior Greg Winn's original '55 Chevy. The only new
things are the seatcovers and mags.
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Everyone does the Bunny-hop.
Hey Baby, Want'a get Iucky?? Music was provided by Southern Comfort
On November 12, the Senior Class sponsored the
first Sadie Hawkins Dance. The girls were to ask
guys to this dance which was complete with hay and
shotgun wedding pictures. Music was provided by
Southern Comfort which included Senior Rock Phil-
lips and David Broyles.
"You want'a dance again?" moans Steve Catlett to Brenda Goo-
Senior Troy Smith smiles for the camera as Tina and Kristi Emer-
Jimmy Camp tries to 2-step with Angela Macey.
Senior Rock Phillips gets that peaceful, easy, feeling
Senior Ana Rodriquez smiles to escort Jeff Cantrell about being
crowned the 78 Sweetheart.
Rhodesia Lastrap, 77 Sweetheart and Mr. Smith crown Ana in center
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Seniors show their spirit during the game.
On February 3, the Eagle Basket-
ball Team played New Caney. Along
with the ordinary spirit, there was
also extra anticipation for halftime.
The new Basketball Sweetheart was
to be announced. Senior Basketball
players were the escorts for the
girls the team nominated. Senior
Ana Rodriguez was crowned the
new Sweetheart. Ana's escort was
The court was Senior Brenda
Gooden escorted by Mike Bump,
Junior Jamie Sims escorted by
Greg Winn, and Junior Anita Wells
escorted by Cary Carroll. After the
easy victory for Ike, there was a
dance held in the Sweetheart's
Freshman Debbie Noland shows everyone how to BOOGIE!
Senior Doug Supernaw and Sophomore Kim Schmidt were the winners of the Disco Danc-
Everyone joined in the fun of the Dance Contests, even Seniors!
Sommer Moore, freshman, tries to tell everyone that she
doesn't know how to dance.
The most popular fashions among
students today are TOOCXQ cotton T-
Shirts. Whether they display a favorite
group, a popular place to go, or even a
well known expression, nowadays T-
Shirts say anything. Cool to wear, the
T-Shirt is mostly worn with blue jeans.
This adds to the more "relaxed" atti-
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The "jean" shoe, desert boots andf or an earth shoe.
What the feet are covered with is almost always something com-
fortable, yet stylish. The Jocks can always be found decked out in
Adidas Sneakers, while an even more popular dress is the "Cow- A
boy Boot." Girls style-out in anything from Famoralores to Espad-
rilles. During the spring months, students wear tlip-flops, yo-yo's, N
hoe-hoes, and the newest tad, "tiddies." This style of dress com- 29
pliments the Levi jeans and T-shirts, for a more easy-going way of
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A not-so-comfortable shoe on the right.
The popular soft and bouncy shoe for the warmer weather.
This year the Student Council put
everyone in the Christmas spirit by
having Carolers dressed up with can-
dles as they sang down the aisle. The
annual Adopt One Program was also
visited by Santa Clause.
The Program which is designed to
provide presents and food for three
families less fortunate, was the most
successful in all of the district. lke's
Student Council was awarded honors
for their success.
The Freshman class was also
awarded with 35109.75 for the cans
they collected. The Student Council
paid a nickel for each can collected.
This year Eisenhower was proud of
the outstanding job they did with the
program. lt left everyone with the true
spirit of Christmas and the ioy of giv-
Mr. Smith addresses the student body with Sea-
The Carolers make room for the gift presenters.
Vicki Johnson, Sherri Welch, Ruby Martinez, Tanja Rounsvalle and Natalie Summors
get into the holiday spirit.
Auditorium is packed full for the arrival of Santa Claus, alias Senior Mike Behrle.
J4. i The Italian Stallion
It was the year Jimmy Carter
came into office, R2-D2 of Star
Wars was the nation's new hero,
Bing and The King, Elvis, died.
New York blacked out and Reg-
gie Jackson hit three World
Series homeruns. First Brother
Billy christened a new beer and
Queen Elizabeth celebrated her
silver Jubilee. Farrah Fawcett-
Majors posed for modified hang-
out posters, while America made
comedian Steve Martin famous.
It wasrthe year Rocky became a
champion and Muhammad Ali
A "Crazy King of Guy"
Annie Hall became the best picture while Fleet-
wood Mac stayed number one on the album charts.
Punk Rock went in and out leaving Led Zepplin, Aer-
osmith and Van Halen at the top.
Fans were saddened with the deaths ot members
ofthe number one group, Lynard Skynard.
It was the year Notre Dame beat the cotton out of
Texas and Dallas won the Super Bowl. Heisman Tro-
phy winner Earl Campbell signed with the Houston
Oilers for 1.2 million.
It was a year of change and confrontation that
leaves the future a challenge. We dedicate these
pages to the Seniors of 1978 in hopes that they will
conquer this challenge.
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Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 of the science fiction creation Star
Lead singer Ronnie Van Zant of Lynard Sky-
The King is deadg Elvis still lives in song.
Disco Fever '78
Disco Fever set the stage for the 1978 Variety Show.
With the popularity of Saturday Night Fever the theme
seemed appropriate. Student Council officers intro-
duced country and rock bands, dancers, and outstand-
ing singers periorming everything from soul to easy
listening. Even senior Greg Winn showed us his real
self by pouring his heart out in a song.
Sharla Branch, secretary of the Student Council
said, "The show was a lot of fun and showed talent
never before displayed at Ike. The theme and the back-
drop added to the whole performance."
. . and the next act is . . announced sophomore
Junior Mark Smith and Senior Kelly Beck played some easy listening music to mellow out the crowd.
Junior Andrus Flemming entertains everyone with "Our Sophomore Robin Carroll amazed the audience with her great twirling
Freshmen Jimmy Dixon and Ramona Lewis sing "How Deep Is Your Love?"
Senior Craig Klein gets down.
Freshman Joel Klein comes down with Cat Scratch
Senior Sergio Vasquez jams on "House of the Rising
"Champagne Ill returns."
Regina Kirby sings "My Heart Belongs to Me."
Senior John Wells plays the drums for Vanilla Road
Senior Bob Reilly - "doo wahdoowah baby yeahyeanyeahf'
Lei Us Cell You Sweefheerl
Nerves, excitement, and the desire to win were the feel-
ings shared by all participants in Coronation. Februaw 14
was the night and the theme was "Let Us Call You Sweet-
heart." The stage set a nostalgic mood with its big red
hearts and a Barbershop Quartet.
Master and Mistress of Ceremonies, Tom Donlevy and
Vivian Bishop, discussed each candidates interests, hob-
bies, activities, and most embarassing moment as they
walked through the doorways.
Although Coronation was practiced over and over, the
combination of unsureness and anticipation resulted in a
few awkward moments. But in the end, the 1978 Coronation
as a whole, turned out beautifully, with a feeling of success
Master and Mistress of Ceremonies Tom Donlavy and
The 1978 Valentines Coronation participants.
Mr. and Mrs.
Seniors Cathy Gentry and
Mike Berhle were named Mr. and
Miss Eisenhower. Cathy was a
member of the National Honor
Society and was the 1977 Home-
coming Oueen. Mike was Cap-
tain ofthe football team and
President of Student Council.
The honors they received repre-
sent leadership, character,
school spirit, and academic abil-
ity throughout their four years at
Bunnerups for the honor were
Brenda Gooden, Bill Bassett,
Sharla Branch and Greg Barnes.
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Senior Debra Hix and Steve Catlert
Sophomore Sharon Roach and Mike Burns
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. .and for his outstanding service, concern, and dedi-
cation to the students, and the school, the 1978 Aquila
yearbook is dedicated to Nlr. Barton Massey," announced
Ken Weems, Yearbook Sponsor, as the highlight of the
An astonished Nlr. Massey came up to the stage and
thanked everyone. "I have been the recipient of many
nice things and this is one ot the nicest. I hope I can
always strive to uphold the attributes this award stands
Dedication of fhe
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math courses offered at Eisen-
hower. Basic classes such as
Introductory Algebra 1 and 2
and FOM are available for those
who are not math orientated.
Students planning to go on to
college or that excel in math take
classes like Algebra, geometry,
Trigonometry, and Elementary
"What?" exclaims Debbie Vincent, disgusted with the traumas ot Algebra i.
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Frank Mitchell sets out to do some serious Geometry. Mike Mollonson shows us how high he can count.
"Get your hands off me, Kenneth!" iokes Jeri Curie as Dena Camp-
bell watches, offering no help. V
Cary Flynn tries to bribe Mr. Maurer with an Easter egg
Tony Aiken tries to explain to Jessica Supernaw how he got his answer in Algebra.
Math and Science
The math and science
teams had a very successful
year. ln number sense, Anita
Wells placed fourth in region-
als while Alan Wilson placed
second in regionals and ninth
The science team received
many awards. They entered
various science fairs and
competed against other
teams in written tests. They
placed highly in most of these
The Calculator team also
did very well, placing high in
many contests. One of these
was the J.E.T.S. Math Contest
held at Texas A and M Univer-
sity. Bill Basset received a
scholarship for his outstand-
ing accomplishments at
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Each year when the freshmen come
to Eisenhower they find a whole range
of science courses to choose from.
Only two years of science are required
to graduate, but students may take
advanced science classes such as
Chemistry I, Physics, or Biology ll. A
new course offered at lke this year is
Chemistry Il, taught by Mrs. O. Dry.
Along with Mrs. Dry, Coach Dixon,
Mrs. Gorden, Mrs. Lewallen, and Mrs.
Wooten make up the science
department. Their goal is to help us
better understand ourselves and our
world through science.
"Mmmm, is this what they're serving for lunch today? asks Billy Wagner
"lt looks like Greek to mel" Freshman Mike Westtliscovers the perils of G.P.S.
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Theoretically speaking, chemistry was never meant for first period.
History is in the making every
day. lt's around us, behind us,
history is us. What we do will
shape the lives of others. From
the French Revolution to Jimmy
Carter's foreign affairs, history
is a way of life.
Teachers at Eisenhower enjoy
discussing the world situations
of the past and present with
students. In order to live in a
world as technically advanced as
ou rs, we must be able to
understand how it has 1-1
progressed, Freshman Monica Tofte finds out that History requires note-taking.
lke's teachers are dedicated to
using the past to help us
understand the future through
U.S. and World History,
Government, and Problems in
Senior Bret Reagan enloys studying Gov ,-
emmem' Sophomore Kathy Pou looks in despair over the assignment of World War ll
Senior Carlos Rosales trys hard to concentrate on has notes.
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In a rare moment of stlence, Nlark Dan-
ton works on Government.
"You thunk youre smart, Chrtsj' Jeff Scghur
mann tells Chrus Smart.
I 978 Close-Up Trip fo Washin ion
Coach Thomas and Eisenhower's Close-Up participants in a student teacher meeting.
Vivian Bishop and Congressman Bob Eckardt chatting during a luncheon.
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The Close-Up trip to Washington this year was enjoyable
to everyone that went. Before the group left to Washington
they raised 5465.00 by working, getting sponsors, or con-
tributions from their parents.
The participants appreciated Coach Thomas's hard work
and effort that went into making the trip a successful one.
Along with a tour of the city, the Smithsonian Institution,
and the Capital, they also went to briefings, seminars and
group discussions. The meetings all delt with current politi-
cal issues. Along with the meetings there were seminars
which were held by Senators, Congressmen and other politi-
Not only was the trip very educational, it was fun also.
There was six inches of snow on the ground, when the group
arrived. lt snowed once while they were there and it was a
real treat for a lot of students that had never seen snow
The Close-Up trip was a lot of fun and everyone had a
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Bottom Row: Ana Flodriquez, Linda Combs, Debra Hix, Dee Ashcraft, Lesley Heck, Beth Diven. Second Flow: San-
dra Johnson, Keith Klimple, Eric Bassett, Johny Nash, Mike Hurst, Connie King, Sergio Vasquez, Floxanne Mata,
Sheri Anderson. Third Row, Sheri Malek, Vivian Bishop, Rick Streeter, Jett Cantrell, Mike McCoy, Doug Britz, Mike
Moulton, Lindsay Gilbert. Fourth Row: Coach Thomas, Terrie Botkin, Bill Bassett, Warren White.
Each year a new group of seniors gets
involved in Government. The classes entail
learning political processes, growing politi-
cal awareness, and group interactions dis-
cussing right and freedoms as a citizen.
Most all Government students participate in
local or national Close Up to further enrich
their political education.
Gary Bates and "The Headless Government Student."
Senior Cary Flynn reads over a precedent case in Government.
April Annis, Mrs. Fallon, and Margret Smith laugh at the grades that Government students sometimes
"What's this supposed to be?" wonders Gary Rankin.
A required course for all levels is
English. To fulfill the year, subjects
such as Advanced Grammar, Com-
position, Literatures and Individual-
ized Fleading are offered.
Everything from nouns to verbs
to complex sentences is covered
Beth Diven tries hard to concentrate on her English
throughout four years of High
School. English helps students
understand their own language as
well as that of others.
Jeff Milliken pours over a magazine, oblivious to his teach-
Photography is a subject that takes a lot of
time and practice. First year photography is the
toughest part. The first quarter is mostly taking
notes on the history of photography. Second and
third quarter photojournalism entails learning
how to use a camera and the fundamentals of
developing film and printing. Photography
teaches its students that there is more to taking
pictures than clicking a shutter.
As the year goes on, the Photo l classes
experiment with different types of filters, and
practice using automatic flashes and close-up
Photo ll goes into more detail than Photo I,
using special effects and advanced printing
Warren Shaffner listens as Mr. Weems explains
how to use filters.
Photo I students wrote reports to help expand their knowledge. Tianne
Jones works on hers.
Smile or l'll shoot! - Byron Jubert
Joe Reed studies while an enemy spaceship lurks in the background.
The business department is
designed to give students an idea of
what a business career involves. Many
of the business courses Ike offers are
helpful not only in professions but in
Business law teaches the basics of
everyday law. Students studied vocab-
ulary words, cases, kept notebooks,
and took weekly tests to help increase
their their knowledge.
"Recording" entailed record keep-
ing for small businesses with class
discussions about solving problems.
Business courses give students an
idea of what kind of career in business
they would like to pursue.
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Sharon Smith takes down her teacher's dictation on management.
Annette Humphrey listens intently to the class discussion
going on around her.
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The most popular course offered at Ike was Typing l. It T
teaches students the parts of the keyboard and the '
machine itself as well as how to type formal business let-
ters, manuscripts and reports. Students were tested on
speed and accuracy. Typing is an advanced course that
prepares students for careers that involve the need for
Mrs. Kaiser discusses the day's assignment.
Susan Noakes patiently practices her typing ability. "How in the world did I type that?" wonders Junior Michell Weems.
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What should l make today?"
ln Home Economics, students are taught many
things involved in making family living successful.
Subjects varied from family relations to food and
nutrition, and covered housing, furnishing, and
home management. Home skills such as cooking
and sewing were also taught. Pupils often practiced
cooking, and the 400 hall was often filled with the
aromas of a home-cooked meal. Students were
advised on how to make a balanced meal look and
taste appetizing. Being well groomed and healthful
living are considered important factors in Home
In Child Development, juniors and seniors take
care of small children. Working with children
teaches students much more than a book could.
ls this how Julia Child got started?
The groom and best man ofthe Home and Family Living
wedding, David Broyles and Troy Smith pose for a picture
while the bride waits,
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After cooking a meal, the Home Ec. classes sit down to sam-
ple their work.
Debbie Guerin, Linda Echols, and Pam Pike enjoy the food at the
"You did what to my cake?" asks Leigh Blalock
Every year the foreign language classes
are becoming larger as students realize
their importance. During the year, the for-
eign language department won many rib-
bons at various foreign language festivals.
Contests in poetry, spelling, culture, as well
as pastry making, singing, and dancing
were held for students of all languages.
Terri Kondik and Missy Trammel manage to find some humor in French class.
This year the Spanish classes visited
Spain. In eight days the touring students
enriched their knowledge of Spain's culture
A new course offered at Eisenhower this
year was Latin. Although no longer spoken,
Latin helps us to understand other lan-
The foreign language lab is equipped with maps and
magazines to help make learning fun.
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I don't know how much longer I can take this!
Liz Linoquist and Kim Schmidt get "cheap thrills" reading a magazine
while Ms. Warren isn't looking.
Mrs, Helmey explains to a student what is wrong with
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The 77-78 Eagle Band Officers
TWIRLERS: L-R: Donna Parks, Marla Crenshaw, Dana Parks, Beth Harwell, Cindy Cul-
ver, Kim McGary.
Mr. Tate helps to tune the band.
Finding music that a 96 piece
band can play and that students
will enjoy is one of the problems
facing the Eagle Band and their
new director, Mr. Albert CMickeyJ
Tate. To have a good band
requires concentration, team-
work, and a lot of rehearsing.
The Mighty Eagle Band acheived
a superior rating at U.l.L. March-
ing Contest as a result of this
dedication. The band officers are
pres. Daniel Protz, v.p. Cindy
Culver, and sec.-treas. John
Drum majorette Kathy Antignolo.
Dana Parks Keneth Rogers and Debbie Spears
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Mr. Tate helps Carolyn Knott and Debbie Culver to perfect a difficult piece of
During a break in practice, the drummers find time tojoke around. Practice and dedication pay off as the success of
David Cochran and Scott Godwin show.
The Mighty Eagle Marching Band showing off their talent during the halftime show of the New Caney football game.
Accompanists Bill Fleming and Dawn Jones.
THE 1977-1978 CHOIR OFFICERS:
Jackie Spradley - parliamentarian
Russell Bleadsoe - president
Yvonne Smith -librarian
Andrus Flemming - secretary
The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Polnick, received many awards this year. Many mem-
bers competed inthe U.l.L. Solo and Ensemble Contest
and three made the All Region Choir. lke's talented
choir was invited to the Gulf Coast Choir Festival. At
another U.l.L. contest for concert performing and sight
reading, the choir was rated as excellent. Over-all,
Eisenhower's choir has been well rewarded for an out-
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Art is more than a class to go to and doodle
for an hour. lt offers students a way to express
themselves creatively and is an outlet for their
emotions. In art classes, students get lessons
in sketching, shading, and watercolor. Crafts
such as pottery, leather tooling, and drafting
are also offered. M V, , gg
Advanced art courses are offered for
exceptionally talented students.
In pottery class, Karen Conklin paints a vase.
An art student proudly shows off his work. Randy Robertson and Hollywood make bowls in art class.
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Woodshop is a popular elective that is
taken by most boys during high school.
Students learn the art of woodworking
and do projects in woodshop. This year
the shop classes made ski ramps forthe
Woodshop isn't always all work and no play.
"lf l have to saw one more piece of wood. . ..
gym classes to practice on. Woodshop
teaches boys skills that will be useful and
valuable later in lite.
Bookshelves are one of the projects of wood'
Cosmetology teaches proper grooming, skin care,
and getting along with others. It prepares girls for
careers as beauticians. Girls learn to set and cut
hair, style wigs, manicure nails and give facials.
Skill contests were held among the class.
Cosmetology is offered as a three hour course to
juniors and seniors.
Liz LaBuave practices blow drying and styling hair
Patty Johnson sets and sprays her practice wig.
Suzanne Shipely learns to give a manicure.
People from outside the school can get their hair done in
Back Row, Tommy Burghart, Joni James, Jim McDowell, Arvin Carlisle, Coby Collier, Bill Temple, John Sealy, Mel Scruggs, Dan
Cheek, Charles Konieczny, Gary Gaetz, Sandra Johnson. 2nd Row, Sergio Vasquez, Linda Colms, Hal Adams, Leonard Kirts,
Phillip Trahan, Kelly Flobinson, Dan Wenzel, Gay Brown, Kari Haynie. 3rd Row, Lisa Rogers, Tom Armour, Tim Stacy, Bonnie
Flickenger, Kathy King, Ramona Yeakley, Kenny Lewis, David Davis, Tracy Legan.
D.E. is a vocational program which prepares a
person for a career in marketing or distribution.
Students involved in D.E. have one hour of class-
room D.E., three hours of regular classes, and at
12:00 are released to report to their training sta-
tion. These included gas stations, hardware,
department, and grocery stores.
D.E. is an excellent program for students going
to college or planning to work after graduating.
The D.E. officers.
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to play from the ground up - from the soles of his feet right
up to his head. Every inch of him has to play. Some guys
play with their heads. That's o.k. You've got to be smart to
be No. 1 in any business. But more important, you've got to
play with your heart - with every fiber of your body. If
you're lucky enough to find a guy with a lot of head and a lot
of heart, he"s never going to come off the field second."
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Back Row, L-R: Troy Smith Sr.
Mike Behrle Sr.
Jerry Weimer Sr.
Greg Winn Sr.
Mike McCoy Jr.
Ron Williams Sr.
Johnny Nash Sr.
Randall Powell Soph.
Jimmy Camp Sr.
Randy Robertson Sr,
Robin Smith Sr,
The first game ofthe year did
not show much. The Eagles were
held to six points.
On the second outing of the
year Eagle fans traveled to Katy
for another low-scoring Eagle
Middle Row, LAR: Doyle Teater Sr.
Rocky Phillips Sr,
Steve Bond Sr.
Tony Aiken Soph.
Steve Sheffield Sr.
Gary Tolden Soph.
Paul Goode Soph.
Bruce Brown Soph.
Tony Williams Sr.
Hollywood Holmes Sr.
Lance Denny Jr.
Front Row, L-R: Tony Gonzales Soph
Eric Basset Jr.
Bobby Copeland Sr.
Mike Hurst Sr.
A. J, Simpson Soph
Ruben Powell Soph
Mark Hayes Sr.
Carl Henson Sr.
Billy Robertson Jr.
Steve Catlett Sr.
Scott Biggerstaff Jr
Ruben Powell returns a kick-off with help from Tony Williams, Mike Hurst Rocky Phillips
and Steve Catlett,
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Still looking for their first
victory, the Eagles gave it a good
try against Brenham with
scoring efforts by Steve Catlett
on a 28-yard sprint and Greg
Winn on a 1-yard run.
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The Eagles were defeated as
the El Campo Flicebirds were just
Greg Winn keeping the ball on the option
After a slow start the Eagles
rose up to defeat the Lions for
their first Homecoming victory.
Honors of the game went to the
"Cat" on a 30 yd. gallop. Alan
Wilson scored on a 5-yard shot.
Greg Winn later passed to Randy
Powell for a 25-yard touchdown
and came back with a two-point
conversion pass to Eric Bassett.
Greg getting great pass protection vs. C.E. King.
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Eagle fans were once again
witnesses to an Eagle victory
which was the first district game
of the season. Scoring came with
a tive-yard run by Steve Catlett, a
28-yard field goal by Eric Bassett
and a 70 yard TD run by Greg
Panther turnovers during the
first half gave the Eagles a very
opportunistic evening. Eric
Bassett connected on a 40 yard
field goal Ca school recordj with
runners Alan Wilson, Ruben
Powell, and Greg Winn also
scoring forthe Eagles.
Bassett and Company vs. Carver.
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C.E. King as the Panthers
jumped out to a 21-O lead in the
third period. The only Eagle
scoring was on a one-yard dive
by Alan Wilson.
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for its 3rd District win. Alan
Wilson was credited with 2 and 3
yard bursts and Greg Winn with
a 41 yard run. Eric Bassett
tacked on a 30 yard field goal to
put the Eagles in a District 10-
AAA show-down with Humble.
Eisenhower ended the season
with its finest game as Eagle
highlights included a 61 yard
run by Alan Wilson and a 33 yard
pass from Greg Winn to Randy
Coach Parker and Company.
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Sanford, Kyle Cornwell, Gary Williams, Tom Hill, Scott Biggerstaff, Billy Wegner, John Heck. Third Row, L to R: Mark Hillman, Jerry
Schmidt, Lance Denny, Robert Macey, Roy Milum, Connie King. Fourth Row, Lto R: Mike Perez, Kevin Greathouse, Mike Gannon, Kerry
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Elsik 0 37 Channelview 0 37
K afy 0 I 4 Carver 8 I 8
Brenham O 29 0.E. King 6 26
El Campo 0 20 New Caneg 0 8
Navasofa 7 6 Humble 0 20
The Junior Varsity, always few in
number but high in hopes, took the
field once again this season. Out-
standing effort was put out by
these young men who will be great
contributors to the school's Athletic
Program next season.
All of the boys agreed that they
learned much, and gained the
experience needed on the future
This year there was much more
support from Eagle fans, cheering
on their favorite team.
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Matuse, Wayne White. Second Row, Lto R: Joe Reed, Michael Pettit, James Reddick, Greg Mclntire, William Robinson, Todd VanNatter,
Adrian Guiterez, William Dixon, Mike Sullivan, Sid O'NeiI, Craig Ortega, Daniel Williams. Third Row, Lto R: David Storck, Donald Vervett,
Jimmy Dixon, Darnelle Johnson, Ken Powell, David Thigpen, Kenneth Cotton, Carl Mitchell, Ryan Roberts, Courtney Lane, Glynn
Greathouse, Clarence Magee, Tim Reddicks, Keith Harvey, Scott Dun
Kafy 44 6
Brenham I 4 6
El Campo 24
Elsik 38 7
ich, Darwin Thomas.
The Freshman football team,
through great effort, pulled out a
strong 8-2 season record,
defeated only by Aldine and
Humble. District hopes were lost
with the final defeat by Humble.
Though not always
recognized, the freshmen always
Jimmy Dixon and David Storch on the
James Reddicks scores against Katy, Tim Reddicks on the extra point reception.
Even though the girls' varsity volleyball team only
won three games of the season, the girls' spirit still
held up. Throughout the season their enthusiasm
grew. The team played much better than their
The volleyball season starts before school does.
The girls have to try out to make the team. They
were judged on their ability to spike, bump, serve,
and have a good winning attitude. Out of about
twenty girls trying out, only thirteen made the team.
When asked what kind of a season the girls had,
Mrs. Durst was quoted in saying, "Over all the
season was a great improvement on teamwork and
offense. We concentrated on our weak points at the
beginning so we could run a more defined offense."
Team co-captains Tricia Tansey and Sherri Winn
both agreed that this year's team seemed to have
more competitiveness than teams of the past. All
the girls really pulled together for each other to
provide a sense of togetherness on the team.
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Karen Yeager gets ready for a serve.
Jaekue Spradty goes hugh sn the aur to return a serve,
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Back row, L-R: Anita Wt-Ils, Trlmzt Tansey, Shi-rr: Winn, Yvonnr
Smith. 4th row: Karen Yeager. 3rd row: Andrus Fleming, Patt
Buhrer, LII Prtm, Vtckt Bracher, Dee Ashciraft, 2nd row: Mrs
Durst, Jackue Spradly, Bndgette Budwnne, Dawn Jones, 1st row
Laverne Smuth, Kelly Marth, Tracy Wulltams.
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Volleyball's fifth year in existence at
Eisenhower was pretty successful. The J.V. team
had over 25 girls try out, ll made the team.
Practices consisted of running, working on
spikes, serves, and bumping. The team worked
and played together very well. The season was
definitely worthwhile. lt started out very well,
slumped, then finished strong. The team played
for a consulation trophy at Baytown Lee
Tournament. This year's J.V. team should be a
big help to next year's varsity.
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Jenifer Tansey shows her style of serving.
Cassandra Norman bumps it over the net.
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Kucera. 4th row: Vicki Bensing, Rhonda Richards, Jerri Post. 3r
row: Mrs, Durst, Casandra Norman, Tina Emerson, Carrie
Liijrcririr. 2nd row: Tracy Fitzgerald, Johanna Moore. 1st row: Lis
DIS TRIC T RECORD
I 0 Channelview I5
I5 Carver I I
8 Humble I 5
1 King I5
I 3 Channelview I5
I3 Carver I 5
5 King I5
I5 Humble I 2
The freshman volleyball team
was full of enthusiasm this year.
Overall the team's record was
five wins and four losses. Mrs.
Robenstein, freshman coach
said, "They never really lost,
they always won. They stood
together through difficult
times." The team didn't play a
whole lot of games, but they
made the most of the ones they
did play. Many freshman players
felt that their varsity team would
be district contenders.
13 Channelview 15
15 Humble 12
5 King 15
8 Channelview 14
6 King 15
16 Humble 14
Missy Duran aims the ball back over the
Back Row, L-R: Monica Toffe, Susan Rust. 5th
Row: Missy Duran. 4th Row: Sharon Baldwin. 3rd
Row: Coach Robenstein. 2nd Row: Candi Smith.
1st Row: Missy Morris, Jill Whitehead, Terri Rob-
erts, Mary Mclntosh.
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The Varsity Basketball team had another outstanding season this year, ending sadly in Huntsville on a
Friday night for a shot at a 3 A District Playoff spot. Although the season started out very slowly as the Eagles
won only two games up to district play, outstanding effort was put forth by all with District Honors going to
several members of the team.
Jeff Cantrell Mike Rump
Cary Carroll Karl Fields
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71 King - 54 IKE - 64
84 Channelview - 59 IKE - 63
9l New Caneg - 73 IKE - 59
80 Humble - 65 IKE - 64
IKE - 54 Hunfsville - 77
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King - 47
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New Caney - 48
Humble -- 55
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Team wound up with a good to aid the returning Varsity
season of second place in players for yet another excellent
District with a record of 7 and 3. Eisenhower Basketball season
Coach Miller looks forward tor next year.
IKE 39 Carver - 69 IKE 53 Carver
IKE 42 King - 30 IKE 50 IGng
IKE 67 Channelview - 53 IKE 5 I Channelview
IKE 69 New Caney - 52 IKE 45 New Caney
IKE 48 Humble - 54 IKE 5 I Humble
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Mike Burns Gary Tolden
Utopia Lastrop Fluben Powell Wayne Schneider
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Top, Tim Fleddicks, Joe Reed, Tim Solomon, Keith Harvey, Jimmy Dixon. Middle: Ken Powell, Chad Lee, Courtney Lane, Drake Weisman
Bottom, Daniel Williams, Craig Crow, Kenneth Mathews, Joel Klien, Darnell Johnson.
With everyone participating in many and various sports as Freshmen, before deciding upon their
favorites as upper-classmen, the Freshman Basketball team was thick in numbers as usual this
year. Because of this, the team was composed of an "A" and UB" squad. The HB" squad went
undefeated in District play. The "A" squad had a good season, losing only to a couple of teams.
Greg Winn "in flight."
Derrick Murphy on a lay-up with Terry Williams and Karl Fields
Terry Williams in a critical position.
24 A8tM Cons. 46
28 Katy 59
30 New Caney 70
20 Tomball 52
30 Carver 62
26 Navasota 21
39 A8tM Cons. 47
28 Katy 49
26 New Caney 70
38 Tomball 78
33 Carver 45
27 Brenham 56
43 Navasota 44
The girls varsity basketball
team finished the season with
a 2 and 21 record. Since there
were not any seniors on the
team, it was a year for
experiments. The team really
showed a lot of
Lambert says "I feel that we
have had a very successful
season. The girls didn't have
a winning season but they
worked hard and that's what
counts. They had to practice
during first period, and then
come back after school to
practice from 6:00 to 8:00,
They all played up to their
present potential and should
improve greatly next year."
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Back row: Vickie Mathews, Bonnie Malanson.
4th row: Glenda Camp, Jan Harriss, Leigh Blal-
ock. 3rd row: Louri Conway, Karen Jones. 2nd
row: Coach Reibenstein, Nickie Evans, Mary
Whittenburg, Deidre Woods, Coach Lambert.
1st row: Shannon Glover, Mary Sims.
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J. V. and Freshmen Pull Their
Own Weighf on Fulleourf
The Junior Varsity and Fresh-
man basketball teams had a suc-
cessful, and enjoyable season in
the eyes of the players and
coaches. It was a totally new
game of basketball for the play-
ers. For the first time at "Ike"
the girls were playing fullcourt,
instead of the old halfcourt rule.
This involved more running and
harder workouts. The players
discovered that it required even
more concentration on both
offense and defense.
The JV team wound up the
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dee Galleymore, Jenifer Williams, Jenifer
Tansey, Lauri Joyce, Kim Boykin, Debbie
Parker, Coaches - Coach Fleibenstein,
season with a 9-13 record. The
players felt that this was great
because it was their first experi-
ence with full court basketball.
The Freshman team had a 4-
15 record for the season. They
defeated Santa Fe, McArthur,
Katy, and Navosota. These victo-
ries kept their spirit up through-
out the season. Coach Lambert
and Coach Fleibenstein felt that
team success this year, would
give a boost to the girls basket-
ball teams of the future.
FR.: Back Row: Sharon Baldwin, Jackie
Mooton. Sth Row: Mary Mclntosh. 4th
Row: Rachael Sims, Diane Johnson. 3rd
Row: Charlotte Johnson. 2nd Row: Theila
Sheperd, Missy Duran, Coach Fleiben-
stein. 1st Row: Benita Mosley. Not Pic-
tured: Maria McAver.
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Top, Carl Burnett, Greg Winn, Jeff Gooden. Second: Tilden Baack, Jeff Cantrell, Bobby Carlson, Louis Vega Cmgrj. Third, Alan Wallace
Frank Brewer, Jeff Medlin, Donald Jackson. Bottom, Flon Williams, Chris White, Mike Hurst, Steve Catlet, Carlos Rosales. Not Pictured
With high hopes for an outstanding year, the Varsity Baseball Team's dreams ot going tar in District play
slowly faded as the last games ofthe season came upon them. The team, under Coach Champagne, put out
another "exciting" year for Eagle fans, with possibly the best group of seniors ever to come out of Eisenhower
aiding the Sluggers through their season.
New Caneg - 3 IKE -
IGng - O IKE -
Carver - 0 IKE -
Humble - 6 IKE -
Channelview - 3 IKE -
2 New Caneg - 7
6 King - 5
I8 Carver - 0
5 Humble - 6
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Junior Varsity Baseball Team, their games. These young men
playing only half the schedule of showed great athletic ability, and
the Varsity, wound up with a many have hopes of being on
good season ofa 3-2 record in varsity next year.
District play. The team had a lot
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Mark Hayes ran track this
year to keep in shape for an
attempt for a scholarship in
football. After training hard
for eight weeks, Mark was
awarded a two-year scholar-
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Simpson, James Reddicks, Jimmy Dixon, David Storck, Gary Williams. Bottom, Danny Richardson, William Edwards, Sid O'NeaI, Todd
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Back Row, Jackie Spradly, Coach Dixon, Nickie Evans, Premela Demerson. Third Row, Telina Lee, Tammy
Clark, Jennifer Tansey, Rhoda Rhodes, Rachel Sims, Debbie Beasley. Second Row: Peggy Moore, Vicki
Bensing, Baretta Woods, Mary Sims, Leslie Hobley, Lauri Beasley, Waltine Woods. First Row, Yvonne
Smith, Claudia Kennedy, Jackie Mouton, Thalia Shepherd.
Tammy Clark builds up speed for the long jump.
Track is considered one of the toughest sports,
not only physically, but mentally too. In track you
must give all of yourself.
"This was my first year in track and it was really
great. lt was also a lot of hard work, but everything
turned out o.k. We learned a lot of things such as
how to lose and WIN! l plan to run the next two
years, while l'm in high school," said sophomore,
When asked how the coaching was, Jennifer Tan-
sey replied, "Coach Dixon is a great coach! He
taught us many things, and l'm sure everyone is
going to miss him next year. .
This season Coach Dixon had some help in train-
ing the girls, this help was volunteered by Coach
Reibenstein. Her hard work and efforts were much
appreciated by the team.
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Top, Mr. Orsak, Blake Smith, Mark Danton, Chip Craig, Doug Supernaw, Bubba Burford. Bottom: John Cirillo, Brian Money, Marvin Moy-
ers, Kevin Hannes, Kyle Griffin.
The Eagles began their 1977-
78 season with an impressive
opening tournament victory at
the Clear Lake Invitational on
Feb. 6. The team posted a 304
total to lead the competition. In
addition to the first place finish,
Eisenhower also captured the
first and second medalist spots
with Mark Danton and Chip
Craig. The teams' next honor
was a tie for third with district
rival Humble at the Westchester
Invitational held at Walden
Country Club. Bubba Burford
also tied for third medalist.
In the Second Annual Eisen-
hower Invitational the defending
champion Eagles finished sec-
ond. Chip Craig was first medal-
ist with a one under par total of
7O for 18 holes. Other tourna-
ments the Eagles participated in
were the Humble Invitational -
5th place, McCullough Invita-
tional - 3rd place, Oshman's
Invitational - 3rd place.
All in all it was a very success-
ful season for an outstanding
team of performers. For Seniors
Mark Danton and Doug Super-
naw it marked the end of an out-
standing career at Eisenhower.
Other returning lettermen are
Bubba Burford, Chip Craig, and
Blake Smith. Next season will
promise to be one of high expec-
tations and excitement for the
mighty Eagles as they will domi-
nate District IO AAA once again.
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Freshman, follows through on her drive at the tee box at
Susan Baetz, Senior smiles as she attempts her putt with the hole
The Girl's Golf Team made
history at Eisenhower this year by
qualifying for Regionals. After a
second place finish in District 10-
AAA play, the team then advanced
to the two day Regional
Tournament in Huntsville. This
marked a first at Eisenhower, for it
produced the first GirI's entry in
Regional play. Coach Orsak said,
"The team played with a desire and
determination that everyone was
very proud of and only eight shots
prevented them from State Play
Offs." This desire and
determination to win will continue
throughout Eisenhower's history.
Back Row, Jessica Supernaw, Coach Orsak, Melanie Hungerford. Front Row, Cary Flynn,
Susan Baetz, Anita Wells.
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The Varsity Football Team give their sighs of relief that the 88O's and hurdles are over.
The Fifth Annual Sports Banquet
was held on April 17, 1978 in the
Fled Carpart lnn. The banquet is
held to honor and recognize all ath-
letes in all varsity sports at Eisen-
hower. Although the service and
food was not the best, the speakers
made the evening. Guest speaker
was University of Houston Head
Football Coach, Bill Yeoman. Mr.
Yeoman stressed the importance of
discipline ofthe players in all
sports. He also emphasized that all
players need the desire to win.
"Hey Mark, Coach Parker actually remembered my name," says Sophomore
Eagle Tony Aiken.
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food at the Banquet.
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The Varsity Track Team listens to Coach Sizemore's encouraging
'm'0dUCf'0n- SENIOR VOLLEYBALL MEMBERS WERE: Jackie spradley
Yvonne Smith, and Laverne Smith.
Coach Thomas presents the 78 basketball team and tells of the efforts to get in the number one
The All Sports Banquet is held
annually at Eisenhower in honor
of the varsity team members. It
was a great success. Most Valua-
ble Player awards were pre-
sented to deserving team mem-
bers and varsity teammates
were individually recognized.
In football, the M.V.P. awards
went to Mike Berhle for out-
standing leadership, Mark Hayes
for defense, and Greg Winn for
his offensive abilities.
Coach Sizemore had a tough
decision when it came to choos-
ing M.V.P. for track. This year's
award went to Tony Williams.
Coach Thomas presented the
basketball awards to Jeff Cant-
rell, who was also captain of the
Boys and girls golf teams had
very successful seasons. Chip
Craig and Jessica Supernaw
received the M.V.P. award from
In volleyball, Mrs. Durst pre-
sented the awards to teammates
Tricia Tansey and Sherri Winn.
Coach Lambert gave the ten-
nis awards to Vange Vilfor and
The varsity baseball teams'
season had not yet come to a
close. The team members were
recognized for their efforts and
wished good luck for the remain-
der of their season.
The evening made everyone
aware of the outstanding athletic
ability that Eisenhower has.
The Volleyball team presents Mrs. Durst with a token of their appreciation.
Tricia Tansey and sister Lisa pose for the camera.
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for, Jeff Cantrell, Jessica Supernaw, and Greg Winn.
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ned goods at the Adopt One Assembly.
The purpose of the Student Council is to bring about a better
relationship between the faculty and student body at Eisenhower. The
1977-78 officers were Mike Behrle - pres., Tony Williams - vice
pres., Sharla Branch - sec., Alan Wilson - treas., and Terry Williams
This year the S.C. sponsored two very successful dances, the
Homecoming and Senior Recognition Dances. A school dance always
meant a cafeteria overflowing with dancers doing everything from the
Two Step to the New Yorker. The Worm was the "in" thing to do!
eng le ct
Students, teachers, alumni, and outside dates all enjoyed the music at the Senior Recognition
Dance. Pictured, Mark Burns, Vicki Bracher, Mark Ashe, Dee Ashcraft, and Nlrs. Flyan.
' At lke's last district home
basketball game, the Student
Council put on the Second Annual
Basketball Sweetheart Ceremony.
As S.C., president Mike Behrle
announced the candidates, they
were escorted onto the court by the
senior players. Ana Rodriguez was
This year the Student Council
members sold oreanges and
grapefruit. Some ofthe profits to
hold a banquet at the end ot the
The Student Council has done a
lot tor the school and the
--.,..,,Nm administration now knows more
about what the student body wants
Through S.C., Eisenhower has
become a school that is both more
fun and more fair.
Ana Rodriguez was crowned Basketball Sweetheart.
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Top Row: Mike Behrle, Sharla Branch, Gary Rankin, April Annis, Warren White, Candi Smith, Brett Butler, Mike
McGary, Melanie Williams, Scott West, Monica Totte. 2nd Flow: Tony Williams, Pam Pike, Mark Smith, Vicki John-
son, Karen Bowman, Donna Stolper, Terri Botkin, Darlene Baptiste, Tammi Roberts. 3rd Row: Tim Sims, Stacy
Johnson, Ruby Martinez, Janet Clark, Lisa Pederson, Claudia Kennedy, Brigitte Ward.
From building pyramids to mopping floors, the
cheerleaders were kept very busy keeping stu-
dents' spirit high.
Summer camp was at SMU where they were
awarded two superior ratings and two excellent
ratings. At the University of Houston they
attended a new attraction, a mini tramp camp.
There they received the spirit stick. Aside from
winning awards, the cheerleaders learned many
new cheers and chants that kept IKE students
cheering for their favorite teams.
This year the pep rallies all had themes, for
example, 50's day, Bury Humble, Hillbilly Day,
etc. The school motto was "SUPER GREAT."
"When we were elected cheerleaders, we all
decided to bring back that true spirit that we'd
lacked so many years at IKE. We tried our best
and turned out to be 'SUPER GREAT'," said
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The Cheerleader show lKE the way to the top.
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"How do you like my impression
The 77-78 cheerleaders for IKE
are Brenda Gooden, Captain,
CoCaptains were Ana Rodriguez
and Mandy Mitchell, seniors, along
with senior Julie Peak. Anita Wells,
Leslie Conway, Melanie Hunger-
ford, juniors and sophomore Tracy
Tubbs were the others.
Some of their favorite cheers
were, Tonight ls The Night, Fire It
Up and The Eagle Team Is Really
All the cheerleaders did a fantas-
tic job in keeping Eagle spirit up.
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"Ladies . . . Againlll"
What a very familiar expres-
sion to the members of the
Golden Eaglettes. These
sounds along with counting of
l through 8 meant much
more to this group of girls.
The Eaglettes could be found
practicing throughout the
summer as well as the long
after school practices.
However, all this hard work
paid off with spectacular per-
formances at all football
games and the home basket-
ball ones. The Drill Team had
another big responsibility
which was promoting spirit.
They showered the Varsity
Jocks with food, decorated
lockers and cars and even
decorated yards. During
Homecoming they even made
the football team lunch as well
as inviting them to their tradi-
tional Banana Split Party. In
the midst of all the work and
school activities, the girls had
many parties to forget about
the harder side of Drill Team,
and enjoy the friendships they
At the end of the year, the
Eaglettes held their annual
banquet and dance at Duf-
fey's Royal Coach Inn to
announce the new officers for
the coming year.
The Golden Eaglettes perform a "paddle" routine at the New Caney game.
At the Channelview Competition the Drill Team did a kick dance for a 1 rating
The girls show their outstanding spirit at the Eagle Basketball games.
and. . .
The Drill Team marches down the streets of Houston in the Foley's Thanksgiving Day
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Gail Kilpatrick and Liz Linquist jazz it up to Car Wash at
the Humble gamer
Commanding General Sharla Branch and Captain Pam Pike find some
thing interesting to wear at camp.
Slush machine duty was one part of the drill team
T ' that Michelle Weems and Shelli Hill loved to do.
"The Eagles score again and. . that was MY football boy screams Lisa Saenz.
CHFIISTIAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIP: Top: Nlrs. Wooten, Sherrie Forloine, Ronnie Bratton, Gary Rankin, Bobby Copeland, Ken McGill, Gene
Bates. 2nd Row: Eddie Harwell, Sharon Baldwin, Susan Bloodworth, Gaye Kilburn, Corin Cherry, Helen Hobart, Brenda Gledhill, Leslie
Conway. 3rd Row: Andrus Flemming, Donna Tarver, Karen Bell, Sherrie Wilkerson, Karon Smith, Diane Kilburn, Kim Berg, Robert Zim-
merman, Terri Peoples.
Art Noyes, played music for the CYF Club every Thursday before
The Christian Youth Fellowship
Club is an active group of young Christians which
meets every Tuesday and Thursday of each week to
discuss, share, and learn more about God from one
another. They also went on group picnics and club
socials. They kept in touch with area churches and
programs for young Christians. The group was
helped by Art Noyes, Youth director at Spring
Branch Christian Church.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Sammy Brocato, Sonya Sherman, Sharon
Roach, Debbie Summers and Sheila Roach.
SPANISH CLUB: Laurie lbsen, Sammy Brocato, Ana Rodria
guez, Robin Smith, Ron Baker, 2nd Row: Sheila Roach,
Donna Stolper, Vicki Matthew, Ron Wilson, Julie Amador,
Vicki Bracher, Sonya Sherman. 3rd Row: Mrs. Dyess, Kim
Harper, Sharon Roach, Debbie Summers, Nita Tremain,
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: Cindy Culver, Doyle Teator, Stanley FRENCH CLUB: 3rd: Vincent Haley, Dawn Hooper, Stanley Titus,
Titus, Dawn Hooper. Cindy Culver, Doyle Teator, Scott Plant. 2nd Row: Tom Fawcett,
Lisa Turner, Greg Taylor, Mrs. Cathy Champagne. 1st Row: Uto-
pia Lastrap, Brigitte Ward, Pinki Sethi,
The National Honor Society,
sponsored by Sharon Kopriva is a
group of outstanding juniors and
seniors of a school. Students are
chosen for NHS on the basis of pos-
sessing qualities such as scholar-
ship, leadership, character, and
having a good attitude.
The honor society's biggest fund
raiser is the Annual St. Valentine's
Day Carnation Sale. The flowers
could be bought with a song for a
dollar and a quarter. This project
made more money than that of any
other organization this year.
The new members were inducted
into the NHS in a ceremony with
candms' NHS OFFICERS: Gary Rankin, Dan Naeie, Lesley Heck, Kelly Marth, and Beth Diven.
NHS MEMBERS: Mike Behrle, Bill Basset, Rick Streeter, Alan Wilson, Chris Matio, Matt Shaner, Ronny Rand, Warren White, Gary Rankin,
Dan Neale, Doug Britz, Jett Burher, Mike McCoy, Greg Taylor, Blake Smith, Sonia Sherman. 2nd Row: Lesley Heck, Terri Boikin, Ron
Williams, Larie Kilmer, Liz Prim, Trisha Mitchell, Kim Stamps, Dana Parks, Donna Parks, Cathy Gentry, Jamie Sims, Paula Dunick, S.
Porras, Gretchen Radem, Ms. Kopriva. 3rd Row, Angela Macy, Carlos Morales, Lily Daughtery, Beth Diven, Linda Feilds, Kelly Marth,
Linda Massie, Steve Catlett, Anita Wells, Terri Kondick, Jamie Post, Vicki Johnson, JoAnn Kilburn, Sheila Roach.
Warren White assures Sharon Miles that she can send an anonymous carnation
Alan Wilson watches over the crowd waiting to order carnations.
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Sheffield. Not Pictured, sponsor Ms. Cheryl Rader. Standing, Julie Bailey, Mega Beber, Gina Newman, Rhonda West, Teresa Brocato,
Jenny Medlin. 1st Row: Pattie Buhrer, Lindsey Gilbert, Sherri Anderson, Laua Ford, Tracy Tubbs, Kim Autrey, Vicki Bracher, Rhonda
Rhodes, Anita Wells, Karen Smith, Linda Massie, Leslie Heck, Tammie Strouse, Elsa Rosales, Karen Antinolo, Sherri Moore. 2nd Row:
Kevin Hannes, Liz Prim, Ann Kessler, Sherri Fipps, Terri Botkin, Susan Baetz, Sue Thayer, Beth Diven, Greg Amador, Kay Horn, Roxanne
Mata, Ann Wilborg, Carrie Turner, Liz Lindquist, Teri Mraz, Brian Money. 3rd Row: Jeff Nash, Alan Wallace, Randall Powell, Bill Basset,
Frank Brewer, Mark Danton, David Derkowski, Mike Rump, Mandy Mitchell, John Nash, Debra Hix, Tania Rounsvalle, Doug Supernaw,
Kim Schmidt, Jamie Sims, Michelle Weems, Shellie Hill, Penny Griffin.
Sherri Winn - Treasurer Natalie Summers
THE 1978 F.T.A. OFFICERS ARE: Greg Winn - Par-
liamentarian, John Nash - V.l.P., Jeff Cantrell -
Sergeant-at-Arms, Dan Neale - Vice President,
Reporter, Lisa Saenz - Secretary, Cary Flynn -
The Future Teachers of America,
F.T.A. is an organization geared to the
career of teaching. The group, spon-
sored by Cheryl Rader and Jerry
Orsak participated in many activities
throughout the year. They presented
the teachers with "holiday" treats
such as Halloween candy, apples, and
Easter Eggs. They also chose a
Teacher of the Month. Although they
did not attend the State Convention
this year, but they held a picnic at
Spring Creek Park. lnstead the last big
activity they had was juniors and sen-
iors student teaching at Hoffman and
Inwood Schools. They were then expo-
sed to the real world of teaching. Cary
Flynn, president, said "This year the
group was really enthused and eager
to get involved. I appreciate the offi-
cers giving up their study labs to think
up new and unique projects to do in
F.T.A." This year's group made more
money than ever before, by selling col-
lege candles and having bake sales.
Senior Leslie Heck listens to what "her" students say
Cary Flynn has her eyes on some "cookies
Dan Neal shows his talent at an FTA picnic. "You mean YOU baked those cookies I ate???" says senior Dan Neale in
panic to senior Cary Flynn.
Sfrivin for Perfecfion
Back to Front: Kelly Case, Ron Wilson, Carole Estrada, Rich Muma,
A Scene from the play Man and the Masses' Wendel Case, Kim Preesman. 2nd, Renee Buxtos, Bernie Slinery,
Michele Jasso, Jackie Moutoz, Todd Van Natter, Cheryl Cofer. 1st
Row, Milton Townsend, Claudia Kennedy, Larue Tate, Paula Rarn-
sery, Teena Richardson.
DRAMA CFFICERS: Back to Front, Michele Jasso, Renee Bux-
tos. 1st, Carole Estrada, Milton Townsend.
Drama: Aofin Their Way
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Theresa Spinks. 2nd Row, Barabra Stolp, Jodie Crockett, Susie Mimnaugh, Wendy New-
berry. 3rd Row, Tim Bessemer, John Shannon.
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You want it when???" Editor Jodie Crockett laughs about the Newspaper deadline.
Like any other class, the news-
paper staft had their share ot
homework too. Most of this work
came in the form of covering
school functions, taking student
surveys, and thinking up new
and interesting subjects to cover
in their articles. The statt had
their share ot problems, trying to
meet the printers deadline, as
well as the production of getting
the Seniors' Wills in and printed.
The staff produced six enjoyable
and informative newspapers.
There were reviews on the latest
films to explicit sports coverage
tor the Eagle teams. The papers
that were produced have been
the best work that the Bird's Eye
View has ever published.
Should I be a doctor or a M'S'MlChe'S'
nurse? What field should I go
into? What medical college
should I attend? These questions
and many more are frequently
asked by the members of lke's
medicalcareersclub. l I
Included in their many activi-
ties was the Christmas stockings
made for the children at Texas
Childrens Hospital. They also
sponsored a "green thumb" .T
project in which they made
wooden flower boxes for a nurs-
ing home. One of the most
important activities they organ-
ized was the annual blood drive,
which proved very successful. Mr. Smith contributes to the blood drive.
CLUB OFFICERS: Scott Lanier, Phyllis Christopher, John Wells, Beth Harwell,
Back Rowg Connie King, Phyllis Christopher, Sharon Wells, Stan Titus, John Wells, Kim lVlcGary, Danny Spisak, Steve
Arnold. Second Row, Laurie Gobalo, Holly Kizer, Penne Sims, Annette Humphrey, Toni Hayes, Beth Harwell, Paul Wells,
Scott Lanier. First Flow, Debbie Culver, Lydia Martinez, Cheryl Goddardly, Linda Fields, Carolyn Knott, Liz Aguilar, Karen
Ms. Porter's English class presented a play
in class from King Arthur to help students vis-
ualize how things were in the past and
increase awareness in their study of the play.
The Eisenhower Art Club has done an outstanding job this year. On the day of the
Homecoming Game, the Art Club was awarded the Spirit Stick. They helped promote school
spirit by making posters and decorating bulletin boards in the student lounge. They made the
backdrops for the Coronation and the Variety Show.
Although all of the Art Club fund raisers were profitable, the candy drive was the biggest
success: 6,480 Lite-saver Lollipops were sold.
ART CLUB: Top: Stacy Ramsey, Jim Warren, Terrel Heneley, Robert Zimmeran. 2nd Row: Fred Like, Sherri Palmucci,
Sherri Coker, Deidra Woods, Kelly Bridges, Tianne Jones, Theresa Spinks, Kerri Johnson. 3rd Row: Ronnie Henely,
Debbie Noland, Jeri Roberts, Emily Dubose, Teri Roberts, Karen Jones, Slyvia Porras, Kelly Medina. 4th Row: Karen
Conklin, Mark Parker, Nancy Hogbood, Marie Gosh, Tammy Medina, 5ueAnn Sivley, Stephanie Bowen.
ART CLUB OFFICERS: Top: Stacy Ramsey, Kelly Bridges, Susan Altermann, .lim Warren. Bottom Row: Kelly
Jeri Roberts, Karen Conklin, Linda Massie, Emily Dubose.
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Many new clubs were formed at Eisenhower
this year, giving all students a chance to take part
in extra-curricular activities. One of these is the
Audio Visual club, formerly the Electronic Club.
Sponsored by Mr. Parramore, this group of seven
boys worked with the school's electronic
equipment. Members of the Audio Visual Club
helped video tape football, volleyball, and
basketball games, as well as various other events
at the school. The boys learned a lot about the
use of understanding of electronics and different
forms of visual and audial media. The club is
looking forward to next year with hopes of
Top Row: Marcus Waller, Tom Streeter. 2nd Row: Byron Jubert, Jeff Nether. 3rd Row: Mr. Parramore, Brady
Merkel, Les Reeder, Flick Streeter.
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Derry Robson finds that skiing has its up and downs.
America 's Favorife Pasfime
Concerts are one of a
teenagers' favorite pastimes.
"Rocking-out" or "jamming"
were an exuberant way to get
away from the everyday routine.
Many internationally known
performers have come through
Houston yearly. They come to
promote albums to make money
and to show their fans their
work. Concerts are held in Sam
Houston Coliseum, l-lofheinz
Pavillion, the Summit and large,
outdoor areas, like Jefferson
Since the 5O's, music has
changed drastically to the sound
of hard rock. Somehow Chubby
Checker, or ShaNaNa can't
compare with the sound of Joe
Walsh, Led Zepplin, or Foghat.
Concerts are certainly
exciting, especially when
musicians such as Queen,
Eagles, Peter Frampton, Deep
Purple, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin
Kiss, Bad Company, and BTO
grace the Houston Stages.
The music is great, the show
worthwhile, and the thrill of
seeing your favorite performer:
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The yearbook Staff not only put the Aquila
together, but they had several other activities
during the year.
The first few weeks of school the staff sold
advertisements to local businesses to help with the
cost of the yearbook.
The First Annual Slide Show was presented to the
student body and teachers to kick off the Aquila
sales. The slide show was a big success and
resulted in selling the most yearbooks since the
On February 14, 1978, the staff presented the
annual coronation. The theme for the coronation
was "Let Us Call You Sweetheart." The A Cappella
Choir sang and the stage band played to provide
entertainment. The Mistress and Master of
Ceremonies were Vivian Bishop and Tom Donlevy.
The Yearbook staff dedicated the Aquila to Mr.
Barton Massey. The coronation turned out to be a
big success and was enjoyed by the participants as
well as their parents and friends.
Putting the Aquila together was by no means an
easy task. lt required a lot of long hours and a staff
full of dedicated people. Along with the time spent
in school, it required time after school taking
pictures of games and events, getting information
from teachers, students, coaches, and club
sponsors about various school functions.
The staff would like to extend special thanks to
Scott Plasek and Cal Froberg for their photographic
assistance in preparing the yearbook.
'TT Photographer Vince Colonetta adjusts his camera.
Tracy Legan makes a list of the pages she hasn't done yet
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The Aquila Sfaff Works Hard
All Year Round
Frank Brewer happily turns in some more pages to complete his section.
Marty Sisk examines his negatives
"You want the work WHEN?" questions April Annis.
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Educational Diagnostician, Masters'
A Trip fo
Jeanine Bruner Freddie Boyce
Univ. of Houston
Mary Lois Caloway Lois Gillium Melinda Chambers
Resource Aid Texas Southern F?9SOurce Aid
M. in Music
Roy Srnith Barton Massey Charles Patterson
Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal
Jerry Paramore Earl Parker Micheal Hardy
Asst. Principal Asst. Principal Counselor - Senior!Junior
Jewell Houston Marquerite Bailey Jo Rust
Counselor - Junior!Sophomore Counselor - Freshman Attendance
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S.W. Texas State Univ. of Houston Rice University
B.S. B.S. B.A. in P.E.
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Tulane Univ. lVlclVlurry College
B.S. in P.E.
Univ. of Houston
B.S. in P.E.
Sam Houston State Univ.
Univ. of Texas
Texas Christian Univ.
Univ. of Houston
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Univ. of Houston
Angelo State Univ.
Spelmans Womens Univ
Jo Ann Tatum Mary Ann Stowe
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La mar U niversity
Ann Kaser Sandra McGinley
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Jean Theode Alben Tale
Baylor Univ. North TSXEIS
B'A, B. in Music
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Univ. of Houston Prairie View
Jennifer Polnick Nlary Nelson
Sam HOU5t0n UNIV. of Kansas
BM., lVl.A, BS.
Glenna Ambergey Anita Hodgekins
Moorehead State Univ. Rice
A.B., B.S., M.A.
Southern Western Texas
M. in Ed.
Rick Hewitt Larry Lambert
U. of Texas North Western State Univ.
B.S. in Ed. B.S., M. in Ed.
Univ. of Houston
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Sam Houston State Sam Houston State
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Being a senior does not mean forthe 1978 seniors, our senior
all work and no play. The last class picnics at Spring Creek
year of high school can be the Park just may have started a new
hardest at times, and then it also tradition for all upcoming senior
may be the most fun for us. classes!
Many group activities took place
Another routine day at D-Lunch for seniors Mike Hurst, Troy Smith, David Broyles, Bobby Copeland, Duayne Foore and Terrell Henley.
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College bound senior girls Susan Baetz and Janet Clark showing Seniors Dan Neale and Gary Rankin - taking a breather in P.E.
off their new Mickey and Minnie notebooks. class.
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"I can't wait till graduation" - Karl Hay-
"You just try it" - Bret Fleagin.
"l'lI have a Beefeater on the rocks,
pIease" - Charles Beber.
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The 1978 Senior class officers are: L-R: President Bill Bassett, Vice-Pres. Terrie Botkin, Secretary Greg CGibbJ Barnes, and Treasurer Dee
"He did WHAT!" - Mandy Mitchell. "Hey, l'm a crazy kinda guy!" - Alan
"So when is group therapy gonna
begin?" - Debra Hix, Dee Ashcraft.
ABBOTT, DONNA - NHS 2 yrs., Latin
Club 1 yr., FHA 1 yr., Band 2 yrs.
ADAMS, HAL - DECA.
AOU-ILAR, MICHAEL - Spanish Club 1
yr., OEA 2 yrs., UIL Spelling 2 yrs.
ALTERMAN, SUSAN - Art Club Trea-
surer, HERO, I-IECE.
ANNIS, APRIL - Yearbook 1 yr., Stu-
dent Council 1 yr., Academic Bowl 2
ANTIGNOLO, KATHERINE - Band 4
yrs., Drum Major 2 yrs., Twirler 2 yrs.,
FTA 1 yr., Band Librarian Jr. yr.
ARNOLD, PHILLIP - Band 4 yrs., Ass't
Drum Major, JV Football.
ASHCRAFT, DEE - Volleyball 4 yrs.,
Class Treasurer 4 yrs., FTA, Best All
BAACK, TILDEN - Varsity Baseball 3
BAETZ, SUSAN - Varsity Golf 3 yrs.,
FTA 2 yrs., Band 2 yrs.
BAKER, DAHL -'DECA.
BANKS, D'ANDRlA - DECA, Medical
Careers Club, NHS 2 yrs., Newspaper,
Student Council 1 yr., Choir 1 yr.
BAPTISTA, DARLENE - Medical
Careers Club, Student Council 1 yr.
BARNES, GREGORY - Student Council
2 yrs., VICA, Class Secretary, Best All
BASSETT, WILLIAM - Valedictorian, Sr.
and Jr. Class President, Tennis 3 yrs.,
NHS 2 yrs?Math and Science Teams 2
yrs., FTA 1 yr., Speech and Drama 1
yr., Academic Achievement Award.
BATES, GARY - VICA, CYF.
BEASLEY, DEBBIE - Track 1 yr., FHA 1
BECK, KELLY - Band 4 yrs., Science
Club 1 yr.
BEHRLE, MICHAEL - JV and Varsity
Football 4 yrs., All-District 77-78, Stu-
dent Council President, Most Popular
Jr., Close-Up 2 yrs., Mr. Eisenhower
BISHOP, VIVIAN - Yearbook Editor-in-
Chief, FTA, Medical Careers Club, Cal-
culator Team, Foreign Language Club
V.P., Close-Up 1978.
BLEDSOE, RUSSELL - Choir 4 yrs.,
Pres. Sr. Yr., Medical Careers Club 1
yr., FHA I yr., CEAVE 1 yr.
BOND, STEVE - Varsity Football 1 yr.
BOTKIN, TERRIE - Varsity Tennis 3
yrs., NHS 2 yrs., Jr. and Sr. Class V.
Pres., FTA, Science Club, Student
Council 1 yr.
BOYD, TIM - Auto Mechanics, VICA,
The auto mechanics gang checking out some Hchassises.
BOYD, SUSAN - Eaglettes 2 yrs., FTA 2
BRANCH, SHARLA KAYE - Eaglettes 4
yrs., Major General, Commanding
General, Soph. Class Secretary, Stu-
dent Council Secretary 3 yrs., FTA 1
yr., Spanish Club 1 yr., Most Popular
BREWER, FRANK - Varsity Baseball 2
yrs., FTA, French Club, Yearbook.
BROWN, JOSIE - FHA, Speech and
BROYLES, DAVID - FTA, JV Football,
Most Handsome Junior.
BUDWINE, BRIGITTE - Volleyball 4
yrs., Student Council 4 yrs., French
Club 2 yrs., Drama 3 yrs., FTA 2 yrs.,
Alt. Cheerleader 1 yr.
BUHRER, FRANK - FTA 3 yrs., Histo-
rian 1 yr., German Club 1 yr., NHS 1
BURGHART, TOM - Art Club 2 yrs., DE
BURNHAM, KAREN KAY - FHA 2 yrs.,
HERO 2 yrs.
BURNSIDE, TIMOTHY - Local Close Up
CALHOUN, CHERRYE - OEA 2 yrs.
CAMP, JIM - Freshman, JV and Varsity
CANTRELL, JEFF -- Baseball 3 yrs.,
Basketball 2 yrs., Captain 1 yr., FTA
Officer 2 yrs., Ski Club 1 yr.
CATLETT, STEVE - Football 2 yrs.,
Baseball 3 yrs., All-District Center-
fielder, Most Handsome Sr. and Jr.
year, NHS 1 yr., Student Council 3
yrs., Close-Up 76-77.
CLARK, JANET - Tennis 1 yr., Track 1
yr., Student Council 1 yr., FTA 1 yr.,
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COMBS, LINDA - FTA 2 yrs., FHA 1 yr.,
DE 1 yr., Close-Up 77-78.
CONKLIN, KAREN FAYE - Drill Team 2
yrs., Art Club Reporter 1 yr., Secretary
COPELAND, BOBBY - Varsity Football 2
CROCKETT, JODIE - Newspaper 2 yrs.
CULVER, CYNTHIA - Secretary French
Club 1 yr., Band 4 yrs., Vice-Pres.,
Twirler 2 yrs.
DAHLSTROM, DEANNA - FHA 3 yrs.,
FNA 1 yr.
DANTON, MARK - FTA, Golf, All-Dis-
DAUGHERTY, ELILLIAN JANEIL - Band
2 yrs., French Club 1 yr., NHS 2 yrs.,
Academic Bowl 1 yr., Outstanding
English and French Student 2 yrs.,
Nat'I Merit Finalist, Who's Who -
American High School Students.
DONLEVY, THOMAS - Student Council
2 yrs., Best All Around Soph., Year-
book 1 yr., CYF.
DUBOSE, EMILY - OEA 2 yrs., Art Club
2 yrs., Pres., Drama Club 1 yr., Stu-
dent Council 1 yr., Honor Roll 2 yrs.,
Academic Achievement Award 2 yrs.
EDWARDS, DIANA - VICA 1 yr., Medi-
cal Careers Club 1 yr.
ELLIS, RICKY - Vice-Pres. VICA, Auto
ENGLE, MARK - Auto Mechanics 2 yrs.,
VICA 2 yrs.
EARTHING, KIM - FTA 2 yrs.
FIELD, LINDA - Band 4 yrs., All-District
Band 1977, NHS 2 yrs., FHA 1 yr.,
Medical Careers Club 3 yrs.
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inn and Jeff "J.C." Cantrell discuss post
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FLICKINGER, BONNY - FTA 2 yrs., DE
Treasurer 1 yr., Student Council 1 yr.
FLYNN, CARYN - Golden Eaglettes 4
yrs., Capt. 2 yrs., FTA Secretary 1 yr.,
President 1 yr., Golf Team 2 yrs., Jr.
Class Secretary, Student Council 1 yr.,
Best All Around Freshman.
FOORE, DUAYNE - Fresh. Football 1
yr., JV Baseball 1 yr., FTA 1 yr.
FRANKLIN, DEBORAH '
FULLER, PATRICIA - Medical Careers.
GAGE, CRANDALL - Varsity Basketball,
Student Council 1 yr., HECE.
GENTRY, CATHERINE - Student Coun-
cil 4 yrs., NHS 2 yrs., Most Popular
Freshman, Most Beautiful Soph. and
Jr. Girl, 1977 Homecoming Oueen,
1978 Miss Eisenhower, Alternate
Cheerleader 1 yr.
GLAETTLI, ELIZABETH - Choir, French
Club, JA 1 yr., YFU Exchange Student,
GONZALEZ, OLGA - VICA 2 yrs., Pres.
1 yr., Cosmetology Award 1976.
GOODEN, BRENDA - 3 yr, Varsity
Cheerleader, Head Cheerleader 77-78,
Vars. Volleyball, Most Popular Senior
Girl, Student Council 2 yrs., German
Club Secretary, Soph. Class Pres.,
GOWER, JON - VICA, Auto Mechanics,
Student Council 1 yr.
HAYES, MARK - Student Council 1 yr.,
Track, Baseball, Vars. Football 3 yrs.,
HAYNIE, KARI - DECA.
HECK, LESLEY - Band 3 yrs., Majorette
3 yrs., NHS 2 yrs., NHS Pres. 1 yr.,
FTA 3 yrs.
HENRY, CAROL - FHA 1 yr., VICA Vice-
HENSON, CARL - Fresh. and JV Foot-
ball 2 yrs., Varsity Football 2 yrs., JV
and Varsity Basketball 2 yrs.
HILTON, MIKE - FTA 3 yrs., Reporter
HIX, DEBRA - Most Beautiful Senior
Girl, Student Council 1 yr.
HOBART, HELEN - CYF.
HODGES, RONALD - Ski Club.
HOLMES, KERRY - Varsity Football, Art
Club, Choir, JV Basketball.
HOWARD, DANNY - Track 2 yrs.,
Drama 2 yrs., Choir 1 yr.
HOWARD, EVA - HECE, FHA, Treasurer
HURST, MICHAEL - 4 yrs. Football, 4
yrs. Baseball, FTA 2 yrs., Student
Council 2 yrs.
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MCCARDELL, VERSIE - OEA 2 yrs.,
Track 1 yr.
McGILL, KENNETH - CYF, Fresh. JV,
and Varsity Football.
McMILLEN, BRENDA - OEA Sec'y,,
Area Historian, President, NHS 1 yr.,
Student Council, Academic Achieve-
ment Award 3 yrs., Band, Majorette.
MEDLIN, JEFFREY - Fresh. Football, JV
and Varsity 2 yrs., FTA 1 yr.
MILES, SHERRIE - Science Club,
French Club, Band.
MIMNAUGH, SUZANNE - Tennis Team
4yrs., Yearbook 1 yr., Newspaper 1 yr.
MITCHELL, MANDY - Speech Club,
Fresh, Volleyball, Cheerleader 2 yrs.,
V. Pres, Sophomore Class, Most Popu-
lar Sophomore, Best All Around Sen-
ior, Possum Queen.
MITCHELL, PATRICIA -- NHS 1 yr.
MOSCO, MARY BETH - FTA 2 yrs,
Eaglettes 4 yrs., Major General,
NARCISSE, CYNTHIA - FHA, Art Club.
Back when school began in
late August, the new seniors of
Eisenhower were all keyed up to
begin their last high school year.
Taking the SAT and the ACT
along with other numerous
achievement tests was one step
closer to getting accepted to the
college of their choice, yet
somehow then it seemed so far
away, and many were still
undecided about what to do in
the years after "Ike." As time
Preparin fo Graduafe!
rolled by, the seniors all realized
that the year had literally flown
by. Preparations for graduating
had begun. First was picking
nominees for senior favorites,
then cap and gown fittings and
senior pictures. Next in line was
announcements and voting on
the class motto, song, flower,
Along with getting all set for
the Prom at the Warwick, the
constant nagging of keeping the
grades up was on the minds of
all. No one wanted to have to
take their last final exams when
there was so much else going
on! The last set of activities
included the practice at the Sam
Houston Coliseum for
senior breakfast, and cap and
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NASH, JOHN - Football 4 yrs., Basket-
ball 1 yr., FTA 2 yrs., Student Council 2
yrs., Most Popular Jr., Most Hand-
some Soph., Close Up 77.
NEALE, DAN - NHS, Reporter, FTA V.
Pres., Parliamentarian, Student Coun-
cil, JETS 2 yrs.
O'BRlEN, KATHLEEN - DECA.
O'BRIEN, LARRY - Fresh. Football,
Drama 4yrs., FTA 1 yr.
PEAK, JULIE - Gymnastics 2 yrs., FTA
4 yrs., Cheerleader 1 yr., Best All
Around Jr. Girl.
PETERS, SCOTT - Close Up 76-77.
PORRAS, SYLVIA - NHS, Art Club.
POU, GLYN - DECA.
PURCELL, GARY -- Auto Mechanics.
RAIVISEY, BILLY - VlCA.
RANKIN, GARY - Student Council,
Treasurer and Delegate-at-Large 77-
78, JV Football 2 yrs., Number Sense
Club 2 yrs., FTA 1 yr., Slide Rule Club
1 yr., NHS 2 yrs., Treasurer 77-78.
REAGIN, BRET - Fresh. Football 1 yr.,
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RHODES, RHODA - FHA 1 yr., FTA 2
yrs., Band 2 yrs., JV Golf 1 yr., Track 1
ROBERTSON, RANDY - Varsity Football
1 yr., Possum King.
RODRIGUEZ, ANA - Cheerleader 2 yrs.,
French Club Seoy. 1 yr., Student
Council 2 yrs., Spanish Club 1 yr., Vol-
leyball 2 yrs., Track 1 yr.
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Senior Carlos Rosales relaxing and partying at Galveston, with many other
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yrs. Varsity Baseball.
ROUNSAVALL, TANJA - FHA, FTA,
Fresh. Volleyball Team.
RUMP, MIKE - JV Track I yr., JV Bas-
ketball I yr., Varsity Basketball 1 yr.,
SAENZ, LISA - Eaglettes 4 yrs., Execu-
tive Officer, FTA 2 yrs., Sec. 77-78.
SAVAGE, JEFF - Local Close-up.
SCHNEIDER, JANA - FTA 2 yrs., Ger-
man Club I yr., Eaglettes 3 yrs.
SHANER, MATTHEW - Academic Bowl
SHEFFIELD, STEVE - Varsity Football 2
SHEPLEY, SUZANNE - VICA 2 yrs.
SHIRER, TERRY J.
SIMONS, MABRY J.
SISK, MARTIN - Yearbook Photogra-
pher 2 yrs.
SMART, JOANNETTE - NHS 1 yr., FTA
SMITH, JULIE - VICA, Parliamentarian
of Cosmetology 78.
SMITH, LAVERNE - Volleyball 4 yrs.,
FHA, A cappella Choir 2 yrs., Track I
yr., Drama Club I yr.
SMITH, MARGARET - Student Council
3 yrs., Alternate Cheerleader 1 yr.,
Speech Club 1 yr., Foreign Language 2
yrs., FTA I yr., Medical Careers I yr.,
Science Club 1 yr.
SMITH, ROBIN - Football 4 yrs., FTA.
SMITH TROY - Football, FTA 1 yr.
SMITH, YVONNE - Choir 2 yrs., Volley-
ball 4 yrs., Track 2 yrs., FHA I yr.,
Drama 1 yr.
SPRADLEY, JACOUELYN - Basketball I
yr., Volleyball 3 yrs., Track 3 yrs., FHA
2 yrs., Choir 2 yrs., Parliamentarian,
Speech and Drama 1 yr.
STACY, TIMOTHY - Tennis 1 yr., JV
STAMPS, KIMBERLY - NHS, V. Pres.,
OEA I yr.
STREETER, RICHARD - Symphonic
Band 4 yrs., All-District 2 yrs., Stage
Band 4 yrs., Academic Bowl 2 yrs.,
Close-up 2 yrs., NHS, Audio-Visual
Club V. Pres., Academic Achievement
SUPERNAW, DOUGLAS - Golf 3 yrs.,
FTA I yr., Spanish Club 2 yrs., Speech
TANSEY, PATRICIA - Volleyball 4 yrs.,
Basketball 1 yr., FTA 2 yrs., Foreign
Language Club, Model United Nations
3 yrs., All-District Volleyball.
TARVER, DONNA - V. Pres. VOE 2 yrs.,
OEA Historian I yr., CYF.
TEATER, DOYLE - Football 4 yrs.,
French Club Treasurer.
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TREMAIN, JUANITA - Eaglettes 4 yrs.
VASOUEZ, SERGIO - DECA V. Pres., Art
Award, Houston Livestock and Rodeo
1st and 2nd place, Nat'I. Close-up.
WALKER, JULIUS - Student Council 1
WEIMAR, GERALD - JV Football, Var-
sity Football, Band 1 yr.
WESTIN, EVA MARGUERITA - Choir 1
WHITE, CHRIS - Baseball 3 yrs., Stu-
dent Council 1 yr.
WHORTON, STEVEN - DECA.
WILLIAMS, M. TONY - Student Council
V. President, Track 3 yrs., Football,
Drama Club 1 yr.
WILLIAMS, RONALD - NHS, Football 2
yrs., Varsity Baseball.
WILLIAMS, TRACY - FHA 2 yrs., Volley-
ball 4 yrs., Track 1 yr.
WINN, GREGORY - FTA 2 yrs., Parlia-
mentarian, Football 3 yrs., MVP 3 yrs.,
Baseball 3 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs., All-
District Quarterback Safety.
WINSTON, KIMBERLEY -' Track, Stu'
dent Council 1 yr., FHA.
YEAGER, KAREN Volleyball 3 yrs
Student Council 2 yrs FTA 4 yrs
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April Annis, Steve Bond, Lily Daugherty, and Bill Bassett.
What happens to a senior after 2 years of chemistry.
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It's been along day - Sandra Quinones.
lf's Time fo Move on . . .
"The answer to 1131 is . . - Clay
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Something a lot of us were lacking. . . "Lay it on me!" - Tommy Burghart,
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. . . fo Bigger and Beffer Things.
And. . .away we go - Mike Rump and Rumble in the RR. - Mike Anderson.
A case of severe senioritis - David Broyles.
Yellow and White.
The Moment is only
temporary, but the memories
We may never pass this
lVlrs. Glenna Amburgey
lVlay 27, 1978
Prom Date and Place:
lVlay 6, 1978,
The Warwick Hotel.
"Looks like we've made it'
Caught in a solemn moment, Bonny Flickinger wonders how
the year flew by so quickly.
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IVlay 18, the last day for ser
iors was full of excitement, cor
fusion, worry, and calmness
Whether they were crying o
laughing, they knew it was tim
to move on and begin their ow
separate lives. To the seniors c
1978, the Aquila Staff salute
you. Remember to seek qualit
in your lite, have pride in you
self, and be constantly awar
that your reputation, your way c
life are all important to you.
"We're a WILD and CRAZY class!!!" Having a blast on the last day are Srs. Kelly Martn, Beth Diven, Sue Baetz, David Alyea, Sue Thayer
Greg Winn, Linda Massie, Gary Rankin, Brigette Budwine and Lily Daugherty.
Being a senior can be sad at times. Seniors Dee Asncraft and Nancy McGhee sharing a few
memories and wondering about the future.
Slow dancing to "The Second Coming" were Leonard Nlanson
and Valerie Bielinda.
Having spent enough time at the Prom, Bobby Copeland gets ready
to head out to Fools Gold with his date.
"Hey, didn't know you could do THAT!" - Eddie Harwell.
Making a good entrance to the prom is always important! -
Patty Johnson and AI Kaplan.
Socializing is half the Tung Seniors Pat Fuller and Cynthia N1
cisse with their dates.
e've Made If!
Glenna Amburgey, class sponsor, and Boy Smith giv
ing awards at the prom
"The only time you'll ever catch ME in atop hatl!" -
Bob Reilly and Janice Bailey.
"She is TOO our favorite teacher!" - Tom Burghart, Ann Greaux, and Duayne
OIe?? Srs. Gary Bates, JoAnne Kilburn, Dawn Jones, and Ed Harwell.
Julie Peak and Flon Williams were voted Cutest Couple.
Mark Hayes and Brenda Gooden were awarded Best
Dressed seniors of 78.
Winning Most Athletic were Tricia Tansey and Greg Winn,
At the Coronation, Mandy Mitchell and Greg Barnes were announced
Best All-Around seniors of "78."
Most Friendly winners were Mandy Mitchell and Dan Neale.
Winning Most Popular of the senior class were Brenda Gooden and Mike
of fhe Besf
Sherry Miles and Flon Williams won Most Bashful.
Lily Daugherty and Gary Rankin were chosen both Most
Studious and Nlost Likely to Succeed.
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Hook 'em Horns or Gig 'em Aggies! Srs. Tim Burnside and Paula Dunick
Magna Cum Laude:
William Bassett lll
Gary A. Rankin
Ellilian J. Daugherty
Leslie K. Heck
Dan A, Neale
Special thanks to: Marty
Sisk, Tianne Jones, Mary
Whittenburg, Frank Brewer
and Vince Colonetta for
their invaluable assistance
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erie Bielinda - V. President, Warren White - President.
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Roy Milum demonstrates the proper way to eat lke's
enchiladas: eyes closed!
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The Class of '79' ls Fine!
Juniors really do have a great
time just being juniors. They
enjoy all the care-tree, fun times
yet work hard as well. Their sen-
ior year being just around the
corner prompts discussions of
senior rings, money raisers for
the Prom, and speculation of
what college they might attend.
Those are just a few of the things
on a busy juniors' mind.
Ronnie Baker and Tim Flickinger demonstrating new exercises in Gym
Best all around winners were Anita Wells and Warren White.
This year's winners ot the junior class favorites
nominees are fine examples of junior spirit and
leadership. The Junior Best All Around Girl, Anita
Wells, is a varsity cheerleader and the winner of var-
ious achievement awards. Best All Around Boy, War-
ren White, is the junior class president and an active
member of student council. Most popular girl, Leslie
Conway, is also a cheerleader who always has a
smile for everyone. The most popular junior boy,
Alan Wilson is as friendly as he is smart, he has
many academic and athletic achievements. Other
nominees were Best All Around: Vickie Bensing,
Dawn Jones, David Derkowski, and Scott Bigger-
staff. Most popular: Valerie Bielinda, Sherrie Winn,
Bruce Tippy, and Eric Bassett.
Voted Most Popular were Leslie Conway and Alan Wilson.
The B Lunch Munch Bunch. Kim Autry, Sharon Smith, Thersa Hump,
Holan, Mary Ann
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Sophomore Homecoming Princess was Tersa Brocato
"I wonder if Eric Clapton started this
way?" - Sophomore Danny Richard-
son strums away in guitar class.
Simpson, A. J.
Sivley, Sue Anna
Van Dresser, Robert
Van Heeder, Robert
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Jeff Nash - Treasurer
Derrick Murphey - Vice Pres.
Tracy Tubbs - President
Kathy Pou - Secretary
Tammy Clark flips over the high jump bar at the Brenham track meet.
Most Beautiful and Most Handsome candidates: Sharon Roach Most Popular winners: Sharon Smith and Derrick Murphy.
and Jeff Gooden.
Most Popular candidates: Sharon Smith and Jett Gooden. Best All-Around candidates: Vickie Bracher and Paul Goodie
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Most Popular Candidate: Sherri Anderson and Derrick Murphy.
The 1978 Eisenhower Coronation.
Best All-Around Candidate: Vicki Bracher and Paul Goodie
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Amburgey, Glenna 171, 197
Bailey, Marguerite 165
Balfe, Larry 173
Black, Ron 167
Boyce, Freddie 164
Bruner, Jeanine 164
Caloway, Mary 164
Chambers, Melinda 164
Champagne, Cathy 141, 173
Champagne, Woody 172
Dixon, Paul 118, 166
Dry, O'Dell 166
Durst, Robin 93, 129, 167
Dyess, Juana 141, 173
Edwards, Frances 164
Fallon, Gayle 172
Fletcher, Loreili 168
Garner, Doc 153
Gillum, Lois 164
Gorden, Ruth 166
Greaux, Anne 167
Griffing, Jane 168
Hardy, Micheal 165
Helmy, Marie 168
Herford, Tyanna 169
Hernandes, Martha 169
Hewitt, Rick 171
Hodgkins, Anita 171
Holt, Bill 169
Houston, Jewell 165
Jensen, Carleen 173
Kaser, Ann 60, 169
Kopriva, Sharon 142, 170
Lambert, Larry 104, 105, 120,
Massey, Barton 43, 165
Maurer, David 47, 171
McGinley, Sandra 169
Michels, Sandra 152, 164
Miller, Rufus 171
Moyer, Havanna 169
Nelson, Mary 137, 170
Orsak, Jerry 122, 124, 125,
Otwell, Eddie 111, 167
Parker, Earl 83, 165
Parramore, Jerry 156, 165
Patterson, Charles 165
Polnick, Jennifer 170
Porter, Judy 168
Preston, Ann 164
Radar, Cheryl 168
Ray, Larry 172
Reibenstein, Cindy 94, 104,
Robinson, Caryl 168
Ruebsahm, Ann 172
Ryan, Cassandra 132, 172
Rust, Jo 165
Simpson, A. J. 172
Sizemore, Don 128, 172
Smith, Robert 169
Smith, Roy 33, 152, 165, 197,
Spradling, Janet 168
Stephens, Martin 167
Stowe, Mary Anne 169
Tate, Mickey 67, 69, 170
Tatum, Jo Ann 169
Theode, Jean 170
Thomas, Dwight 54, 55, 172
Wallis, Mary 164
Warren, Pamela 173
Weems, Ken 43, 173, 282
Woodard, Charles 170
Wooten, Louis 166
Young, Joe 167
Abbott, Donna 178
Adams, Hal 75, 178
Adams, Vanecia 234
Aiken, Tony 47, 80, 85, 112,
126, 218, 275
Alber, Dawn 234
Albright, Joe 218
Allen, Denvil 218
Allison, Brenda 178
Almaraz, Cynthia 137, 204
Alterman, Susan 154, 178
Alyea, Davis 178, 195
Alyea, Donna 204
Amador, Greg 144, 178
Amador, Juliann 64,141, 218
Anderson, Michael 178, 192
Anderson, Sherie 17, 55, 144,
Annis, April 56, 133, 161, 178,
Antignolo, Karen 144, 218
Antignolo, Katherine 67, 178
Applegate, Charles 112,234
Armour, Thomas 75,204
Arnold, Phillip 178
Arnold, Scott 234
Arnold, Stephen 152,234
Ashcraft, Dee 54, 91, 132, 177
Ashe, Mark 132
Astorga, Julia 204
Astorga, Verna 234A
Autrey, Kimberly 144, 218, 221
Ayers, Kevin 234
Baack, Tilden 106, 109, 178
Baetz, Susan 125, 144, 176,
192, 194, 276
Bailey, Janice 197, 218
Bailey, Julie 144, 218
Bailey, Roger 113,204
Baker, Dahl 178
Baker, Donald 214, 234
Baker, Leola 234
Baker, Ronald 141, 204
Baldwin, Sharon 94, 105, 140,
Ballas, Randy 113, 218, 277
Banks, Cedric 204
Banks, D'Andria 178
Baptista, Darlene 133, 178
Baptista, Joe 218
Baptista, Tom 234
Barber, Judy 234
Gregory 20, 41, 177,
83, 121, 204, 277
Bassett, Robert 234
Bassett, William 11, 41, 49, 54,
Bates, David 234
Bates, Gary 56, 178, 197
Bates, Gene 140, 234
Eric 16, 55, 80, 81, 82,
Bayne, Ginger 234
Beals, Wendy 204
Beasley, Debbie 118, 178
Beasley, Laurie 118,218
Beasley, Mark 204
Beasley, Ronald 234
Beber, Megan 144, 177, 218
Beck, Kelly 36, 178,276
Bell, Derrick 218
Bell, Karen 137, 140, 152,218
Benedick, Daniel 218
Bennett, Mark 218
Bennett, Virginia 218
Bensing, Vicki 93, 118, 204
Berg, Kim 140, 204
Bergstrom, Anne 137,218
Bessemer, Timothy 151, 204
Best, Elizabeth 204
Bielenda, Valerie 60, 196, 205
Biggerstaff, Scott 80, 86, 204
Bishop, Robert 234
Bishop, Vivian 40, 54, 55, 178,
Blalock, Leigh 63, 104,204
Bledsoe, Russel 71, 178
Bloodworth, Susan 140, 204
Boase, Michael 204
Boatwright, Tonya 219
Bohannon, Jolene 219
Bond, Steve 16, 80, 178, 191
Bonley, Pamela 234
Bonner, Henderson 219
Boren, Becky 178
Botkin, Terrie 54, 55, 133, 142
144, 177, 178
Bottomlee, Malinda 234
Bowden, John 234
Bowen, Stephanie 154,204
Bowley, Karen 204
Bowman, Karen 133, 137,204
Boyce, Rodney 219
Boyd, Paul 234
Boyd, Susan 137, 179
Boyd, Timothy 179
Boykin, Kimberly 105
Bracher, Victoria 91, 132, 141,
144, 219, 230, 231
Branch, Sharla 41, 132, 133,
137, 139, 179, 282
Bratton, Nancy 219
Bratton, Ronald 140, 234
Brewer, Frank 106, 109, 144,
161, 178, 192,282
Brewer, John 234
Brian, Rick 219
Bridges, Kelly 154, 204
Brite, Clay 179, 204
Britz, Douglas 55, 142,204
Brocato, Sammy 42, 86, 141,
Brocato, Theresa 1 1, 144, 219,
Brown, Bruce 80, 85
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Brown, Tracy 204
Brown, Vickie 204
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Brown, Vincent 219, 282
Browne, Julie 234,235
Browne, Laurie 219
Broyles, David 27, 63, 176, 179,
Bruner, Melanie 137,235
Buck, David 204
Budwine, Brigitte 91, 179, 195,
Buhrer, Frank 142, 178
Buhrer, Pattie 91, 144, 205
Burel, Michelle 219
Burford, William 122, 123, 235
Burghart, Tommy 75, 179, 192,
Burk, Sheila 235
Burling, Brett 235
Burnam, Daniel 205
Burnam, Karen 179
Burnett, Rodney 106, 110,219
Burno, Scott 219
Burns, Michael 42, 101, 132,
Burnside, Timothy 179, 200
Butler, Brett 86, 111, 133,219
Buxton, Renee 146, 205
Cain, Craig 235
Carlson, Robert 106, 219
Carroll, Cary 97, 189
Carroll, Robin 37, 137, 219
Carty, James 219
Case, Kelly 146
Case, Wendel 146, 151
Casey, Christine 205, 206
Catlett, Steve 17, 27, 42, 80, 81,
82, 85, 106, 108, 142, 179,
Chatin, Paege 235
Charlene, Pamela 235
Charlene, Susan 219
Chapa, Benito 112,235
Chase, Marcus 219
Cheek, Daniel 75,205
Cherry, Corin 140
Chitester, Andy 235
Chitester, Lynn 205
Christopher, Phyllis 152,205
Cioria, Nancy 141
Cirrone, Linda 70, 137,205
Clark, Gary 235
Clark, Janet 133, 176, 180
Clark, Tamera 93, 118, 119,
Clay, Sherry 235
Clay, Stephanie 205
Cochran, Joel 235
Cochran, David 69
Cofer, Cheryl 146, 235
Coker, Sherry 154, 180
Coleman, Judy 205
Calhoun, Cherrye 179
Calhoun, Craig 205
Cambell, Dena 47,235
Camp, Glenda 104,219
Camp, Jimmy 27, 80, 179
Campbell, Angela 219
Campbell, Lottie 179
Cantrell, Jeff 12, 23, 28, 55, 96,
99, 106, 109, 129, 144, 180
Carker, Greg 235
Collier, Coby 75
Volonnetta, Vincent 160, 205,
Combs, Linda 55, 75, 180
Conklin, Karen 72, 154, 180
Conway, Laura 104,219
Conway, Leslie 136, 140, 205,
Cooper, Milton 235
Cooper, Tab 49, 219
Copeland, Bobby 23, 80, 140,
176, 180, 196
Corin, Cherry 235
Cornwell, Kyle 86, 219
Cortez, David 180
Cotton, Cheryl 235
Cotton, Kenneth 21, 88
Craig, Chip 122, 123, 129, 205
Crain, Kevin 205
Crain, Tamela 235, 245
Cravens, Craig 236
Crayton, Dana 236
Crenshaw, Marla 1 1, 67, 68,
Crockett, Jodie 151, 180
Cross, Della 236
Crowl, Craig 102, 115,236
Culver, Cynthia 67, 141, 180
Culver, Deborah 69, 152, 219
Curie, Jerri 47, 236
Cyphers, Cindi 205
Daehnert, Dianna 236
Dahlstrom, Dale 236
Dahlstrom, Deanna 180
Dahlstrom, Judy 219
Damian, Julian 219
Danton, Gregory 205
Danton, Mark 53, 122, 123,
Darwin, Thomas 236
Daugherty, Elillian 20, 142, 180
191, 195, 199
Davis, David 75
Davis, Rhonda 236
Deiss, Alan 236
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DeiSS, Phillip 205
Demerson, Premella 105, 118
Dennis, Jeannette 220
Denny, Lance 80, 86, 205
Denzin, Denise 220
Derkowski, David 98, 144,206
Diven, Elizabeth 54, 142, 144,
157, 180, 195
Dixon, Jimmy 37, 88, 89, 102,
Dixon, William 88
Djie, Steve 220
Dodd, Terry 236
Dollery, Shirley 236
Dominguez, Sylvia 220
Dominguez, Cynthia 236
Donlevy, Thomas 40, 180, 282
Doris, Anthony 236
Drake, Vicki 220
Dreesman, Kimberly 236
Dubose, Christopher 220
Dubose, Emily 154, 180
Dunick, Paula 142, 200, 206
Dunick, Scott 88, 115, 236
Dunlap, Harry 220
Dunn, Jerry 180
Dunnam, Tina 220
Duran, Melissa 94, 105,236
Eagle, Tanya 236
Eckert, Timothy 206
Eckols, Linda 63, 206, 207
Edwards, Diane 180
Edwards, Henry 1 15, 220
Ellis, Cathy 206
Ellis, Ricky 180
Emerson, Kristi 27, 220, 275
Emerson, Tina 27, 92, 93, 206
Engle, Mark 180
Entringer, Roxanne 180
Estrada, Carol 146
Evans, Nickle 104, 118, 119
Everhart, Carla 206
Everitt, Cathy 206
Faler, Bryan 236
Faler, Darrell 206
Fant, Susan 206
Fasthing, Kimela 180
Fawcett, Thomas 141, 236
Feldman, Mitch 236
Fetty, Stephanie 206
Fields, Gary 236
Fields, Karl 97, 115,220
Fields, Linda 142, 152, 180
Fikes, Dana 220
Filius, Michael 190
Filius, Peggy 206
Finnerty, Maureen 220
Fipps, Sherri 137, 144,220
Fisher, Linda 220
Fitzgerald, Stacy 220, 236
Fitzgerald, Traci 93, 277
Flarrell, Suzi 236
Fleming, Andrus 37, 71, 91,
Fleming, Leasure 137, 214
Fleming, Bill 71, 220
Flickinger, Bonny 75, 181, 194
Flickinger, Timothy 214
Flores, Isaias 236
Flores, Marcos 96, 99, 1 15, 206
Flowers, Kenneth 236
Floyd, John 220
Flynn, Cary 47, 56, 95, 124,
181, 201, 282
Flynn, Daniel 236
Fontenot, John 236
Foore, Duayne 12, 176, 181,
Ford, Laurie 144, 220
Forloine, Sharon 140, 220
Foster, Rebecca 206
Fox, Paula 220
Foy, Anthony 206
Franco, Patricia 220
Franklin, David 236
Franklin Deborah 181
Frazier, Jody 206
Freytag, Lance 220
Froberg, Cal 120, 237
Fuller, Andrew 220
Fuller, Patricia 181, 196
Gaetz, Gary 75
Gage, Crandall 181
Galleymore, Wendee 105, 237
Gamoras, Oziela 237
Ganim, Mike 206
Gannon, Mike 86
Garcia, Cristina 237
Garcia, Lee 220
Garcia, Leonard 112,220
Garry, Carla 49, 137,220
Gasstot, Kay 237
Gentry, Cathy 11, 12, 41, 142,
Gholston, Mark 237
Ghosh, Marie 220
Gilbert, Lindsey 55, 144,220
Gilblair, Sheila 221
Gillenwater, Sherry 237
Gilmore, Charles 181, 184
Glatti, Elizabeth 181
Gledhill, Brenda 140,206
Glouse, Sharnah 206
Glover, Richard 207
Glover, Shannah 104
Gobeli, Lori 152, 237
Goddardly, Cheryl 152
Godwin, John 69, 237
Goetz, Gary 207
Gonzales, Annette 237
Gonzalez, Tony 80, 207
Gonzalez, Olga 181
Good, Lynda 12, 221
Gooden, Brenda 17, 27, 41,
Gooden, Jeffrey 86, 106, 221,
Goodie, Paul 12, 80, 113, 221,
Gosh, Marie 154
Gower, Jon 181
Gower, Sheryl 237
Graham, Robin 221
Greathouse, Glen 88
Greathouse, Kevin 86, 207
Greatlance, Glen 237
Gregory, Leslie 221
Griffin, Glenda 237
Griffin, Karen 237
Griffin, Kyle 122,237
Griffin, Pam 207
Griffin, Penny 144
Griffin, Sharon 237
Guerin, Deborah 63, 207
Guerrero, Adam 237
Guillot, Burton 207
Gonter, Tommy 237
Gutierrez, Adrian 88,237
Guzman, Blanca 237
Hailey, Max 221
Hailey, Rodney 101
Hailey, Vincent 141,221
Hale, Barbara 221
Hall, Michelle 137,237
Hanilton, Clarence 237
Hancock, Denise 207
Hancock Kenneth 221
Hannes, Kevin 122, 144, 207
Harman, Bobby 181,277
Harper, Kimberly 141, 207
Harpell, Pamela 221
Harrell, Ronda 207
Harris, Jan 104,207
Harrison, Lonnie 207
Harvey, Keith 88, 102, 115,237
Harwell, Beth 67, 152,221
Harwell, Edward 140, 190, 196,
Hase, Dona 237
Hatcher, Deborah 237
Hatcher, Gary 88, 237
Hayes, Lisa 221
Hayes, Mark 50, 80, 85, 114,
116, 181, 198
Hayes, Toni 137, 152, 207
Haynie, Kari 75, 177, 181
Heck, John 86,221,239
Heck, Lesley 55, 142, 144, 145,
Heidecker, Richard 207
Hendricks, Straw 207
Henley, Ronnie 154, 221
Henley, Rose 207
Henley, Terrell 154, 176, 181,
Henry, Carol 181
Henry, Teresa 237
Hensley, Richard 88,237
Hensley Jr., Daniel 221
Henson, Carl 80, 85, 181
Henson, Rosslyn 238
Hernandez, Craig 221
Herod, Robert 207
Hill, Rebecca 221
Hill, Shellie 139, 144, 207, 210
Hill, Tom 86,221
Hillman, Christopher 237
Hillman, Mark 86, 221
Hilton, Sydney 181
Hix, Debra 42, 55, 177, 181,
Hix, Kathy 237
Hobart, Helen 140, 181
Hobbs Jr., Jon 238
Hobgood, Nancy 154, 207
Hobley, Leslie 1 18, 238
Hodges, Ronnie 181
Hoisington, Joanne 238
Hoisington, Symantha 181
Holan, Christopher 207
Holan, Mary 221
Holden, Glenda 221
Holleman, Cindy 222
Holmes, Hollywood 80, 80, 181
Holmes, Kerry 72
Honeycutt, Gloria 238
Hooper, Dawn 141, 207
Horn, Kay 144, 222
Horn, Yvonne 222
Houar, Charles 222
Hounsel, Randy 207
Houston, Howard 207, 282
Howard, Danny 181
Howard, Eva 181
Humphrey, Annette 59, 152,
Hungerford, Melanie 22, 124,
125, 136, 208
Hunt, Howard 238
Hurst, Mike 23, 54, 55, 80, 85,
lbsen, Laurie 137, 141,222
Inman, Jeffrey 222
lntrolingator, Keith 238
Jacko, Wanda 181
Jackson, Donald 106, 110,208
Jackson, Johnnie 222
Jackson, Lisa 238
Jacob, Daniela 208
Jakobeit, Troy 182
James, Joni 75, 182
Jasso, Michele 146, 222
Jasso, Reyne 238
-Jelks, Wanda 182
Jernigan, Mikhail 222
Johnson, Becky 238
Johnson, Bruce 208
Johnson, Charlotte 105, 238
Johnson, Darnell 88, 102, 238
Johnson, Diana 105, 238
Johnson, Fredick 222
Johnson, Harold 88
Johnson, James 86, 222
Johnson, Kerry 115, 154
Johnson, Kimberly 222
Johnson, Nita 222
Johnson, Patty 74, 182, 196
Johnson, Sandra 55, 75, 182
Johnson, Stacey 133, 137, 238
Vicki 20, 33, 133, 142,
Jones, Dawn 71, 91,127, 197,
Jones, Joanna 238
Jones, Karen 104, 154,223
Jones, Michael 238
Jones, Pamela 238
Jones, Ross 182
Jones, Tianne 58, 154,208
Joyce, Laura 105, 223
Jubert, Byron 58, 156, 238
Kaplan, Alan 182, 196
Kato, William 238
Kennedy, Cheryl 208
Kennedy, Claudia 118, 133,
Kennedy, Lori 223
Kennedy, Sonya 238
Kessler, Ann 137, 144,223
Keyes, Teresa 208
Kilburn, Diane 140, 223
Kilburn, Gaye 140
Kilburn, lris 238
Kilburn, JoAnn 142, 197, 208
Kilmer, Laurie 182
Kilpatrick, Gayle 137, 139
King, Connie 21, 55, 86, 152,
King, Jackie 223
King, Kathy 75, 182
King, Ricky 208
King, Scott 238
King, Steve 223
Kirby, Regina 39, 223
Kirts, Belinda 238
Kirts, Leonard 75, 182
Kizer, Holly 152, 223
Klein, Craig 38, 182
Klein, Joel 38, 102, 238
Klimple, Keith 55, 182
Knott, Carolyn 69, 152, 238
Kobza, Kelly 239
Kondik, Mary 64, 142, 182
Konieczny, Charles 75
Koontz, Raymond 239
Kozink, Victoria 208
Kucera, Karen 93,223
Kucerz, Michael 239
Kvello, David 223, 282
La Bauve, Elizabeth 74, 208
La Carter, Datalis 239
La Donna, Denny 223
La Plant Jr., Robert 121
Lane, Courtney 88, 102, 115
Langthorp, Sharon 239
Lanier, Scott 152, 182
Larson, Bryan 208
Larson, Carolyn 182
Larson, Scott 239
Laruf, Tate 239
Lastrap, Utopia 101, 141, 223
Lawerence, Allen 223
Lawless, Alesia 239
Lawless, Andrea 239
Leach, Rhonda 137,239
Ledet, Mary 239
Lee, Chadwick 102, 239
Lee, Hyune 182
Lee, Lisa 239
Lee, Telina 23, 95, 118, 119,
Lee, Trelis 239
Legan, Lori 239
Legan, Tracy 75, 160, 182,282
Leimone, Bobby 239
Lewis, Agnes 223
Lewis, Cynthia 182
Lewis, Evelyn 208, 223
Lewis, Kenneth 75, 182
Lewis, Romona 37, 239
Like Jr., Fredrick 154, 182
Lindquist, Elizabeth 65, 137,
139, 144, 223
Lindsay, Holly 182
Lindsay, Sandra 210
Link, John 208
Lochran, David 223
Love, Crystal 208
Lowry, Tim 223
Lubeck, Vanessa 223
Lusk, Deborah 182
Macey, Angela 27, 142, 208
Macey Jr., Robert 86, 223
Macik, James 239
Madar, Allan 177, 182
Magee, Clarence 88, 239
Maiolo, Ron 223
Mak, Peggy 49, 223
Mak, Simon 48
Malek, Melanie 208
Malek, Sheri 55, 182,274
Malmay, Debra 208
Malmay, Emmit 239
Malonson, Bonnie 104
Malonson, Linda 208
Malonson, Michael 46, 88
Malonson, Yvonne 12, 208
Mann, Mary 241
Manning, Cindy 223
Manson, Leonard 182, 196
Manuel, Teresa 241
Marinucci, Julie 241
Marth, Kelly 91, 142, 182, 195
Martin, Diana 223
Martin, Joe 208
Martin, Kevin 223
Martin Jr., Donald 208
Lydia 52, 241
Martinez, Ruby 33, 133, 221,
Mason, Kelly 208
Massar, Joe 208
Massie, Linda 142, 144, 154,
Massie, Ricky 182
Mata, Roxanne 55, 144,208
Matice, Christopher 142, 183
Matthews, Kenneth 102, 241
Matthews, Vickie 95, 104, 141,
Matus, Jodie 88, 241
Maxwell, Laura 224
May, Debra 224
Mayes, Craig 208
McBride, Jeffery 208
McCabe, Mary 224
McCabe, Susan 209
McCardell, Versie 183
McCoy, Mike 55, 80, 142, 209,
McCurley, Karen 209
McDermott, Cheryl 224
McDermott, Judy 209
McDowell, James 75
McElhaney, Susan 224
McGary, Kim 67, 152,224
McGary, Michael 133, 209
McGhee, Nancy 183, 195
Mclntosh, Mary 94, 105,241
Mclntyre, Greg 88, 241
McKee, Jeffery 241
McKee, Teresa 209
McKown, Robin 241
McMillen, Brenda 183
McAruer, Maria 61, 241
McAruer, Mark 224
McClure, Deborah 241
McGill, Kenneth 140, 183
Medina, Kelly 60, 154, 209, 210
Medina, Tamara 154, 192, 209
Medlin, Jeffrey 106, 110, 183
Medlin, Jennifer 144, 224
Melcher, Lira 209
Merchants, Richard 224
Merkel, Brady 156, 224
Mermis, Catherine 241
Merrell, Teddi 241
Miles, Sharon 224
Miles, Sherrie 143, 183 .199
Miller, Kelly 241
Miller, Richard 224
Miller, Ronald 209
Milliken, Jeffery 1 13, 157, 224
Milum, Roy 86, 206,209
Mimnaugh, Kimberly 241
Mimnaugh, Suzanne 151, 183
Mitchell, Carl 88
Mitchell, Franklin 46, 209
Mitchell, Mandy 10, 11, 134,
136, 177, 183,198, 199
Mitchell, Pat 142, 183
Molina, Dagoberto 224
Money, Brian 98, 122, 144, 209
Montgomery, Judy 209
Montgomery, Mary 241
Mooney, David 209
Lisa 92, 93, 224, 282
Peggy 118, 241
Mueller, lva 238
Muma, Jayne 211
Muma, Richard 146,241
Murphy, Derrick, 97, 98, 103,
113, 127, 224, 229, 230, 231
Nabb, Holly 224
Narcisse, Cynthia 183, 186, 196
Narcisse, Joseph 55, 214
Nash, Jeffrey 13, 101, 144,
Nash, John 23, 80, 144, 185
Neale, Dan 11, 142, 144, 145,
185, 199, 277
Neely, Paula 241
Nether, Jeff 156, 241
Nesbett, Terrie 224
Netoskie, Neil 241
Nettles, Richard 214
Newbury, Micah 151
Newman, Gina 224
Newsome, Hubert 241
Nicholds, Penny 235, 240
Noakes, Susan 49, 60, 137, 224
Noland, Debbie 29, 154,240
Norman, Cassandra 93
Nus, Bradley 240
0'Brian, Marilyn 185
0'Brien, Kathleen 185
O'Brien, Larry 185
O'Neal, Bruce 211
O'Neal, Sidney 88, 115, 240
Oliver, Gary 224
Ortega, Craig 88, 240
Ortiz, Ignacio 240
Ortiz, John 240
Orton, Wanda 224
Moore, Sommer 29, 241
Morales, Carlos 142
Morehead, Leo 21 1
Morgan, Stephanie 241
Morris, Mariann 211
Morris, Missy 94,211
Morton, Annette 211
Mosco, Marybeth 137, 183
Mosley, Benita 105
Moulton, Michael 55, 183, 185
Mouton, Jacquelin 118, 146,
Moyers, Floyd 122, 224
Moyers, Rebecca 224
Maraz, Theresa 137, 144,224
Mueller, Alton 241
Osborne, Teresa 224
Osburn, Todd 225
Osment, Belinda 151, 211
Osment, Karissa 240
Osullivan, Thomas 240
Otto, Linda 240
Padilla, Jimmy 185
Palmucci, Sheri 154, 211
Parent, Dayna 240
Park, Howard 121, 255
Parker, Debbie 105, 240
Parker, James 225, 229
Parker Mark 154
Parker Winfred 211
Parks, Dana 67, 68, 142, 211
Parks, Donna 67, 142, 211
Parton, Jeffery 240
Patton, Nancy 240
Peak, Julie 1 1, 17, 135, 136,
185, 192, 198
Peaderson, Laurie 240
Pederson, Lisa 133, 211
Pehlvanian, Tina 240
Penton, Michael 225
Peoples, Terry 140, 21 1
Perez, Michael 86, 225
Peters, Scott 185
Peterson, Todd 240
Petitt, Michael 88, 240
Petty, Craig 240
Pham, Tuan 190
Phillips, Judy 240
Phillips, Rock 13, 27, 80, 158,
Pike, Pamela 63, 133, 137, 139,
Pileggi, David 240
Pittman, Michael 211
Plant, Scott 141 , 240
Plasek, Scott 240
Pope, Lisa 21 1
Porras, Sylvia 145, 154, 185
Porras Jr., Louis 225
Portie, Lee Ann 225
Posey, Bradley 225
Posey, Byron 185
Post, Jamie 142, 211
Post, Jeri 93, 225
Pou, John 16, 185
Pou, Kathrynn 52, 225, 229
Powell, Kenneth 88, 102, 240
Powell, Randall 80, 81, 83, 100,
Powell, Ruben 80, 82, 101,115
Power, Annette 240
Power, Rebecca 240
Preesman, Kim 146
Preister, Gayezetta 240
Price, Alfred 88, 240
Prim, Elizabeth 20, 91, 144,211
Proctor, Bernard 226
Protz, Brian 226
Protz, Daniel 185
Puleggi, David 49
Purcell, Gary 184, 185
Purtell, Cherie 240
Queenan, Andrea 242
Ouinones, Sandra 185, 191
Ouinones, Steven 186
Rademacher, Gretchen 142,
Ramsey, Billy 17, 186
Ramsey, Paula 146, 242
Ramsey, Stacy 154, 226
Ramsey, Timothy 242
Rand, Ronald 142,211,242
Randolph, Mark, 211
Rankin, Gary 133, 140, 142,
Rawlins, Esther 242
Ray, Charisse 226
Ray, Chris 242
Ray, Janet 242
Reads, Tommy 242
Reagin, Mitchell 52, 177, 186
Reames, Rhonda 242
Reames, Sandra 22,211
Reaves, Steven 226
Redden, Julianne 211
Reddicks, James 88, 89, 115,
Reddicks, Timothy 88, 89, 102
Reed, William 59, 88, 102,242
Reeder, Lesley 156, 186
Reeder, Margaret 49, 226
Reilly, Rebecca 242
Reilly, Robert 39, 186, 197,226
Remalia, Sandra 211
Reuscher, Robert 49
Rhodes, Rhoda 1 18, 144, 186
Richards, Rhonda 93,226
Teena 146, 242
Riggins, Morlin 226
Roach, Sharon 42, 141, 226,
Roach, Shiela 141, 142,211
Roberts, Jerri 154, 190
Roberts, Ryan 88, 1 11, 242
Roberts, Tammy 133, 242
Roberts, Teri 94, 154, 226
Robertson, Billy 80, 115, 211
Robertson, Randy 21, 72, 80,
Robertson, Tina 242
Robinson, Kelly 75, 190
Robinson, Randy 226
Robinson, William 88,242
Robson, Derry 157,242
Rodgers, Kenneth 226
Rodgers, Vicki 226
Rodriguez, Cesar 42, 1 12, 242
Rodriguez, Ana 16, 28, 55, 133,
Rogers, Kenneth 68
Rogers, Lisa 75, 186
Rohrs, Debra 211
Rollins, Debra 187
Rollins, Marjorie 226
Rosales, Carlos 53, 106, 186,
Rosales, Elsa 144
Ross, Andrea 242
Ross, Angela 226
Rounsvall, Tanja 19, 33, 187
Ruffer, Johny 242
Rump, Mike 96,111,144,187,
Rump, Theresa 221,226
Rust, Susan 23, 94, 242
Saenz, Lisa 137, 144, 187
Sanders, Cheri 211
Sanders, Donald 88,242
Sanders, Lonnie 226
Sanford, Eric 86, 229
Savage, Jeff 187
Schafer, David 226
Schafer, Jim 226
Scheel, Patrick 211
Schmidt, Kimberly 29, 65, 137,
Schmidt, Leslie 226
Schmidt, Linda 211
Schmidt, Timothy 187
Schmidt, Todd 88, 242
Schmidt Jr., Jerry 86, 218, 226
Schneider, Carol 137, 242
Schneider, Jana 137, 187
Schneider, Wayne 101,226
Schreiber, Mitchael 242
Schurmann, Jeffrey 53,242
Schuur, Jelle 242
Schruggs, Melvin 75,212
Sea, Randall 187
Sealy, John 75, 190
Semmens, Karin 243
Sequra, Karen 242
Sethi, Pinki 141,242
Shaffner, Warren 58, 226
Shah, Nikila 226
Shamburg, Tracy 226, 229
Shaner, Matthew 142, 187
Shannon, John 48, 151, 227
Sheffield, Steve 80, 144, 187
Shepard, Thalia 105, 118,243
Shepley, Suzanne 74, 187
Sherman, Sonya 141, 142, 212
Shirer, Terry 187
Shorten, Mark 212, 229
Simmons, Clark 187, 188
Simon, Dianna 243
Simons, Mabry 187
Simons, Pam 227
Simpson, A. J. 80, 115, 227,
Sims, Jamie 137, 142, 144, 212
Sims, Mary 104, 118, 227
Sims, Penne 152,227
Sims, Rachel 105, 118, 119,
Sims, Timothy 133,243
Sirley, Meredith 227
Sisk, Martin 161, 183, 187,282
Sivley, Sue 154,227
Skinner, Stanley 212
Slaughter, Dubya 243
Sliney, Bernard 146,227
Sluss, Angela 227
Smart, Christopher 53,243
Smart, Joannette 187
Smiley, Sandra 227
Smith Blake 48, 122, 142,212
Smith Candi 42, 133,243
Smith Catherine 94
Smith Danita 243
Smith Gregory 243
Smith Gwen 227
Smith, Julie 187
Smith, Karen 140, 144, 212,
Smith Kerry 86, 212
Smith, Kim 212
Smith, Laverne 91, 127, 128,
Smith Margaret 16, 56, 187
Mark 36, 133,212,276
Sharon K. 59,227,230
Sharon L. 221, 227
Troy 10, 27, 63, 176,
Smith, Yvonne 71, 91, 118, 127,
128, 188, 189
Snider, Troy 81
Solomon, Timothy 102, 243
Soria, Nancy 212
Soposiak, Todd 243
Spears, Deborah 68, 227
Spinks, Ed 53, 243
Spinks, Teresa 151, 154, 212
Storck, David 51, 88, 89, 115,
Strassell, Jean 212
Strassell, Particia 227
Strayer, Bradley 188
Strayer, Jane 137
Strayer, Jeff 212
Streeter, Richard 55, 142, 156,
Streeter, Thomas 243
Stripling, Phyllis 212
Strother, Sara 212
Sullivan, Joseph 212
Sullivan, Mike 88
Sullivan, Pat 243
Summers, Deborah 141,227
Summers, Natalie 33, 144, 212
Summers, Pamela 243
Sunday, Mitchell 227
Supernaw, Douglas 29, 122,
Supernaw, Jessica 47, 125, 129
Sweet, Michael 243
Swively, Mark 212
Swonke, Dennis 188
Swonke, Sheila 212
Syon, JoJo 212
Szydlik, Shirley 227
Tansey, Jennifer 93, 105, 118,
Tansey, Patrica 91, 95, 129,
Tarver, Donna 140
Tate, Larue 146, 188
Spisak, Daniel 152, 227
Spradley, Jacquelyn 18, 71, 91,
118, 119, 127,128
Squires, Sherry 227
St. Cyr, Lisa 243
Stacy, Timothy 75, 188
Stadtlander, Deborah 227
Stamps, James 212
Stamps, Kimberly 188, 142
Starrett, Diana 16,227
Stephenson, Jay 243
Stpehenson, Valerie 212
Stiles, Juanita 243
Stine, Kenneth 212
Stolp, Arthur 243
Stolp, Barbara 151, 212
Stolper, Donna 21,133, 141,
Tate, Linda 212
Taylor, Gregory 141, 142
Taylor, Jon 101
Taylor, Sandra 212
Taylor, Scott 243
Teater, Doyle 80, 141, 188
Teater, James 243
Temple, William 75,212
Thayer, Christine 45,227,282
Thayer, Susan 144, 188, 195,
Thielemann, Lela 243
Thigpen, David 88, 243
Thigpen, Mark 227
Thomas Darwin 88
Thomas, Kathleen 227
Thomas, Salvator 243
Tillar, Grace 244
Timmons, Charita 244
Tippy, Bruce 227
Tipton, Karen 244
Titus, Patrick 244
Titus, Stanley 141, 152, 212
Tofte, Debra 212
Tofte, Monica 23, 52, 94, 133,
228, 244, 245
Tolden, Gary 80, 101
Townsend, Milton 146, 244
Tracey, Pat 188
Trahan, Phillip 75, 213
Trahan, Vickie 228
Trammell, Kevin 244
Trammell, Nancy 64,213
Tremain, Jaunita137,141, 189,
Trevino, lrene 228
Tsai, Eve 213
Tubbs, Tracy 135, 136, 144,
Turner, Carrie 93, 144, 228
Turner, Eric 210
Turner, Lisa 141, 244
Turner, Roderick 213
Vallone, Karen 213
Van Dresar, Robert 120, 228
Van Heeder, Robert 228
Vanderford, Roxann 213
Vanderford, Sara 228
Vannatter, Todd 11, 88, 115,
Vasquez, Sergio 38, 55, 75, 189
Vega, Jose 106, 244
Vega, Maria 213
Vela, David 244
Vervaet, Donald 88, 244
Villaflor, Evangelin 121, 129,
Vincent, Debra 46, 244
Vincent Laverdi 244
Vincent, Noel 244
Vivian, Tina 213
Wagner, Billy 50
Walker, Diana 244
Walker, Julius 127, 189
Walker, Timothy 189
Wallace, Myrna 244
Wallace, Alan 86, 87, 100, 106,
109, 144, 228
Waller Jr., Marcus 156, 244
Wallingford, Jhonni 244
Whittenberg, Mary 104, 214
Whorton, Steven 184, 189
Wiley, Vernon 228
Wilkerson, Sherrie 140
Wilkes, Diane 214
Wilkins, Lori 228
Ward, Beverly 213
Ward, Bridgett 133, 137, 141,
Warren, James 154, 209, 213
Warren, Vicki 213
Watson, Christi 244
Watson, David 11, 210, 213
Watson, Steve 187
Watts, Melissa 244
Webb, Julie 65,213
Willborg, Ann 21,144
Willborg, Stephen 228
Williams, Daniel88, 102,115
Williams Gary86,87, 115,228
Williams, Glenn 214
Williams Jennifer 105,228
Williams Kenneth 210,214
Williams Lisa 137, 139,214
Williams Melanie 42,133, 214
Williams, Tony 80, 85, 144, 127,
Webb, Michael 213
Weems, Michelle 60, 61, 137,
Wegner, Billy 86, 228
Weimar, Geoffrey 244
Weimar, Jerry 80, 189
Weimar, James 228
Weimar, John 228
Weimar, Thomas 213
Weiser, Melvin 228
Welch, Bradley 53, 244
Welch, David 11,213,282
Welch, Lissa 213
Wells, Anita 48, 91, 124, 125,
134, 136, 142, 144, 213, 215
John 39, 152,189
Williams, Terry 36, 97, 99, 103,
Williams, Ron 17, 80, 106, 108,
142, 189, 198, 199,275
Williams, Tracy 91,189
Wilson, Alan 20, 48, 81, 82, 83,
85, 132, 142, 143, 205, 214,
Wilson, Randy 228
Wilson, Ronald 49,,141, 228
Winn, Greg 23, 80, 81 , 82, 83,
Winn, Sherri 90, 91,144, 214
Winston, Kimblee 189
Wiseman, Drayton 102
Wood, Mark 228,282
Woodruff, Robert 228
Welsh, Sharon 33,213
Wenzel, Danny 75, 214
West, Michael 224
West, Rhonda 144, 207, 214
West, Stephen 133, 244
Westin, Margareta 189
Wheat, Debbie 228
Woods, Berrette 1 18
Woods, Deidre 12, 104, 154,
Woods, Jonathan 214
Woods, Waltine 118
Wright, Bobby 228
,Chris 106, 108, 189
, James 214
,Warren 55, 133, 142,
Yeager, Jon 112
Yeager, Karen 90, 91, 190
Yeakley, Ramona 75, 194
143, 205, 214, 215, 277
White, Wayne 88, 1 11, 244, 245
Whitehead, Jill 94, 244
Zender, Sharon 228
Zimmerman, Robert 140, 154,
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In looking back at the 1977-1978 school year, there was joy, happiness, frustration,
disappointment and many other mixed emotions. Several clubs and teams as well as
individual teachers and students accomplished a lot.
The seniors have made a lot of new friends and old friendships have lengthened. The year
was a very good one and will always be remembered. Even though the seniors are going
their own paths to achieve their goals, they can look through these pages and bring back
The underclassmen will return with their new ideas and hopes for the future. They can
recall memories and plan for their next year at Eisenhower.
I would like to thank each and every staff member for the time, effort and long hours
spent putting this book together. To lVlr. Weems the yearbook sponsor, everyone is thankful
for his time, work and help.
The Aquila Staff kicked off the yearbook sales this year with the first annual slide show.
The library helped by letting the staff use their equipment and facilities to organize the slide
show. A special thanks to lvlr. George Hyland for his contributions to make the slide show a
Every year the staff presents the annual Coronation. The effort by the staff that was put
forth to present the Coronation to the students, teachers and parents was unmeasurable. lt
was a lot of hard work and turned out to be a big success. lVlr. Sizemore supplied the
carnations and Covington Nursery donated the beautiful greenery which added a lot to the
stage setting. The woodshop made the nice archways. To everyone who helped, thanks
again, the staff and l really appreciate it.
lVlrs. Bruner, thanks for keeping the books and helping the staff balance the budget. lvlark
David, Taylor Representative, thanks for your assistance. To all companies and people who
bought ads thanks a lot with helping us with the cost of the yearbook. Thanks to the
teachers, for letting staff members out of class for critical deadlines.
And most of all I would like to thank everyone who bought the Aquila, without whom there
would be no reason to put it together.
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