Eisenhower High School - Talon Yearbook (Lawton, OK)

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Juniors placed orders for their rings in April, and the following September in- troduced the bands of blue and gold into the daily life of Eisenhower Junior-Senior High School. A tradition was born. ii X' Wi A xv IQ v"4i?,1 SX-0-gk f 'ffl L 'A if , 1' Yi", 1 1 ', N ' x 2, 7 Wi Q5 'f fwgf ,tits f X N 'ff fit - f f", -4 ,MI I xv. i X! ff! ki 'Z -s , ,.' ,4 , -,1 ,Ji 'r l 0 -A mu tc' . "Were from Eisenhower and we're proud . . ." The words of the familiar victory song seem to express well the feelings of the first graduating class of Eisenhower Junior-Senior High School. The ring is our emblem, and the school, our throne. We glance at our bands of seniority and receive a fresh comprehension of the pride and excellence of which they are symbolic. Our days are full days . . . moments spent in lazy conversation, hours lost in concentrated study, times of laughter, and reflections, and regrets over the briefness of it all. And then it is gone. A chapter of our lives is finished, and ready to be set aside. The memories will lingerg the funny, significant details will always produce a laugh or a sigh. This is the climax to twelve years of tears, toil, fun and life. But it is also the beginning. The door to a future that YVOfl7t be quite so frightening, quite so large as before. We have discovered a whole new world of knowledge, experience. and capability. And We have left our mark. Seniors May Claim Their Rings 4 Three Years Later . . . From its origination to the additions of the auditorium, the temporary buildings, and the new wing. Eisenhower Junior-Senior High School has gradually begun to establish a firm position in the nucleus of our city. Yet. even with these significant changes. our school is not complete. We are enlarging our departments, enabling them to meet and challenge the abili- ties of our students. At the end of our third year in operation. several of our de- partments have been nationally recognized for their superior achievements. This is the end of the first year in which Eisenhower has been a complete high school. But it is also a beginning-the beginning of a dream that is quickly be- coming a reality. I lump. ...ugh I w 1 5 x mum MW, ,,,, QWfmm,3,,rk.v,, .,k, -- ,. V-LTA,,s,,,Qm I - . .dgpfm 7 . -Qwafwmaawwzzmrzsz These Are ur People Studying, discovering, voting, experimenting, re- laxmg, conversing, conquering, , , c, ,. ,.,,,M,.e I, f ' 'iD' bww' From the contagious enthusiasm of a football game, to the silent dignity of a dedieational assembly, the Eagle spirit reigns. Spirit! The word is difficult to define. 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Q . , ' aff? 5 , 1 V V -- ' ig A X851 1, -A ' 1, ' ' -A ' W, ,. s,,'ms,LY ,- - L- f',fiiT.??' Lffn 1- .I ,: 5 5, Zz "'i"'- 1349! -3+ THXQF7 E :L 1- .r Q vf Q 25 -S 5IQi,i's3?Y'1,gP'5 A f . .g.,:ggM,y:gAgg2.f N, ,,N.,.1M, A31 - - 11 swbwffa . -, ., . ,. '- M2731- K ,, K,-,,. v, ,,-, 1 W, ,..., ,, M, fi 5 W iff ,, N ,,,,-15.1. J I . .W Lf, . A New f ,E QM, .RA f K 1, K if .,- -f',.w5' -" . F. 1, Staff Nw "'+...'Q':,,f-W I 1 l 1 3 Q I 6 dmini tration The emblem of the capital has been chosen from our ring to represent the administration and faculty of Eisenhower Junior-Senior High School. The men and women who serve through the various channels of authority in the Lawton school system provide the core of operation that has already gained the highest of respect and admiration. The school board, lVlr. Dosser, Mr. Neptune, the faculty, advisors, and office staff have directed the manage- ment and supervision of all school business and affairs. They have worked cooperatively and assiduously, gradually building Eisenhower into a promi- nent, as well as permanent, position in the community and city activities. Their untiring efforts are greatly appreciated by all BHS. students, and we take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude and undying fidelity. 9 ' l -'Va X H, 913' NR Null i we v 5 63? 'fmqil 712' . kb. T c' !'i'-if -' Mg '-,. - ,ffl X f, rat ' ,w1,?'ff wi, it T l '5f'Nfg '3"'5l' " if 'T ' ' " f'i-.2241-""' 'Q X ' , 24 . ' -, 4 lg 5--in ' . - . :4 :I . Q lf,-, " .,-1- f f. 5- .fl 5 i I .-54 , x 4 in I Principal Mr. Glenn Dosser has been the principal of Eisenhower Junior- Senior High School since its ori- gin in 1962. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree at OSU, and his 1VIaster's degree at OU. Entering the Lawton school system in 1937, he began his teach- ing and served as assistant coach until 1940, when he was made head football coach. Two years later, he entered the U. S. Air Force and upon discharge, had obtained the rank of Captain. In 1954, he became counselor at Lawton High School, and three years later, principal of Central Junior High. He now holds the office of president in the Lawton Kiwanis organization, and is a member of the Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness. He has given firm and astute leadership through the establishment of Eisenhower. Assistant Principal Mr. Richard Neptune has been in the Lawton School System for the past eight years. A graduate of Lawton High School, he obtained his Bachelor of Scienceldegree from Oklahoma Bap- tist University, and his Masteris de- gree from the University of Oklahoma. lVlr. Neptune has been an invalu- able aid in the administration of Eisenhower, particularly in the prep- aration and program concerning the North Central Association. His con- genial attitude has left a lasting im- pression on both the student body, and those who have worked with him. Serving as president of the Lawton Education Association, the Lawton Teachers Federal Credit Union, the Audio Visual Coordinators of Okla- homa, and on the Leadership Commit- tee of Oklahoma's Secondary School Principals, Mr. Neptune has demon- strated his steadfast leadership with incomparable efficiency. I9 MR. JOHN D. Sl-IOEM.-XKICR. Superintendent Master of Education - im. HUGH msn. Oklahoma University MR. JoHN ELKINS, Asst. Supcrinle'nclr'nl - Instruction Asst. Superintendent - Personnel Master of Arts - Master of Education - Highlands University Oklahoma University BOARD OF EDUCATION The Lawton school board is a legislative branch of the Oklahoma school system. Under its direction, Superintendent John Shoemaker supervises our local educational program. Assisting him are Mr. Hugh Bish, in charge of Instruction, and Mr. John Elkins, of Personnel. It is the responsibility of these men, along with the school board, to create a strong and efficient organization through which our schools are regulated. Each arising crisis is met with intelligence and skill, and completed with careful, thought and consideration. This group of men forms the vital link between Eisenhower and the community in which we live. . Far .,,, p f- . gg ..1, Mr. Sam Joyner, Mr. Howard Babbitt, M.r. Glen Dutcher, Mr. Harold Short, President Member Member Vice-President Mr. Justin Kuntz, Mr. Henry Weddle, Mr. Ward McCracken, Miss Thelma Talla, Clerk Treasurer Director of Special Ser- Elementary Coordinator vicex MR. ABE DEUTSCHENDORF MR. JIMMIE MILLER B.S.-Central State M.Ed.-Midwestern, Texas MRS. IVALANE N EPTUNE M.Ecl.-Oklahoma University COUNSELORS Through the guidance department, the student receives aid in planning his present course of study, and in formulating ideas for his future education and occupation. These services help the student make his own choices and become increasingly self-directive. OFFICE STAFF The Office Staff has worked continuously in a most competent and cooperative manner. Financial and attendance reports are recorded daily, and all secretarial Work for both the principal and vice-principal is accomplished through this division. MISS LINDA HAGAN Secretary MRS. PAT JAMESON MRS. DWADE TAYLOR Secretary-Registrar Attendance Facult The men and women who serve on the Eisenhower faculty constitute one of the most important branches within our school. We take this opportunity to show our gratitude for the long hours and devoted study they have contributed toward each student. It is not an uncommon sight to observe the con- centrated efforts of a teacher and individual student long after the regular hours of school as they labor over the "not quite understood" problems or the make up lessons from a difficult course. They can be seen at the dances, athletic events, and var- ious other school functions. They are the club sponsors, the counselors for special perplexities, and the perfect aid for a haywire assembly that needs a little mending here and there. For their dedication and influence on the future of each student of E.H.S. we give this token of recognition and ap- preciation for jobs well done. LORENE BENDURE BOB BENNETI' B.A.-O.C,U, BS.-Southeastem State American Literature, Joumalism Driver Edl1021li0Il JACK AMYX M.S.-O.S.U. Algebra I, Bookkeeping II ,H E CARROLL BOWMAN B.S.-Southeastern State Advanced Drawing, Architectural Drawing ROY BOYCE CATHARINE BURUM ALFRED BRADDY B.B.A.-O.U. B.S.-0.S.U. M.S.-Midwestern, Texas Oklahoma History American Literature, Creative Writ- Driver Education ing MERION COOK VENNA LEE COOK WILLA CRAWFORD B.S.-O.S.U. B.S.-O.C.W. B.A.-Southwestern State Homemaking I Homemaking II, IV Literature 7 MARY JANE DAVIS RUTH DISHMAN .IO ANN DIXON B.S.-O.C.W. B.A.-Southwestem State B.S.-O.C.W. A11 English II, American Literature History 8, Literature 7 MILDRED DOSSER KENNETH ELLIS C. E. EVANS M.A.-O.S.U. M.Ed.-O.U. M.Ed.-O.U. French I and II Biology, General Math General Science, SCICUCC 7 EULA FRASER MARGENE FRY CATHARINE GARVIN M.Ed.-0.U. B.S.-Southwestern State M.Ed.-0.U. American Histoxy, Psychology Math 7, Math 8 Library DARLENE GIBSON D. A. CIVENS B.A.-O.B.U. B.S.-Central State Debate, Latin I, Latin II Business Law, Distributive Educa- tion I WILLIAM GREIM .IUANITA HALLMARK B.G.E.-University of Omaha, Ne- B.A.--Southeastern State braska German I English Literature JERRY JEFFREY PAT KELLY LUCILLE KIMBROUGH B.S.4Phillips B.A.-O.U. M.Ed.-O.U. Bihology English History, World History, English 8 English II PEGGY LONG RALPH LONG JUDY MATTHEWS B.A.-Southwestem State B.S.-O.S,U. B.A.-Sam Houston State, Texas Dramatics, Stage Crafts, Interpre- Geometry, General Math English 7 and 8, Literature tation JANE MERSHON RUTH METZGER EVA MILLER B.S.-Phillips M.A.-Ohio Wesleyan B.S.-Southwestern State Government, Girls' Physical Edu- Chemistry, Physics Algebra I, Math 8 cation MARY HELEN MILLER DEVONNA MINNICH CHARLES MOHR B,A,-O,U, A.B.-O.S.U. B.A.-Southwestern State Algebra II, Math IV American History, World History Vocal Music JERRY MOON AL MYERS GWEN PHELPS B.A.-Tulsa University B.S.-O.U. B.S.-O.S.U. Geometry General Science, Geology Typing I, Shorthand II DON PHILLIPS .IIM PHILLIPS JAMES POINDEXTER M.M.Ed.-North Texas B.S.-Midwestern, Texas B.S.-O.U. Band Driver Training, Athletic Director Math 8 'yi 04... W BOBBY POLLAN B.S.-Houston University, Texas Science 8 ONETA PORTER CLARA ROSS B.S.-O.C.W. B.A.-Central State Typing I and II English II MARIE RUSSELL DON SALMON JERRY STRICKLAND B.S.-Southwestern State Typing I, Business Machines PRISCILLA STRICKLAND B.A.-East Central Speech I, English II B.S.-O.U. B.A.-East Central Advanced Shop Geography VIRGINIA SWINDLE BILL TENOPIR M.Ed.-Midwestern, Texas B.S.-Southwestern State English 7 Typing I CATHARINE THOMPSON VERA TIPPENS A.B.-Phil1i1JS B.S.-Southwestern State English 9 Spanish I and II, Business English ROBERT VOWELL KENNETH WHITE JERRY WILSON B.S.-Southwestern State B.S.-Central State B,S,-Central State Math 7 Boys' Physical Education Phygiglggyy Science 8 KAREN WILSON DAN WISEMAN SALLY BETH WISEMAN B.S.-Central State B.S.-O.U. B.S.-O.U. History 8 American History, English 8, Oklahoma Histoiy English I LEFT: Donnell Lipskin, Raymond Green, Jim Oates, Leroy Nix, Ralph Hockersmilh. Lawrence Leonhardtg not pictured, Troy Patterson, Mike Sloniker. Cooks and Custodians Pictured on this page are the unsung contributors to our school. Our cooks and custodians donate much time and energy to make Eisenhower a better school, and help to make it function smoothly through con- tinuous effort. X Y ? , .K A - , , ,Q ,: ,f f. 4:9 - X f nt, . LEFT: Alma Pahdoco, Margret Montanez, Johnnie Jones, Agnis Oates, Chleota Copeland, Georgia Lowrey, Thelma Bishee, Faye Smith. 30 Senior High Classes On May 29,l965, Eisenhower will conclude its first year as a complete high school. This will be the year that introduces the adoption of the Victory flag, the Alma Mater, the traditional senior ring, and our final commencement exercises. ln this section we recognize the first Eisenhower High School graduates, and the Junior and Sophomore classes. Combined, they form an indomitable source of scholastic, activity, and athletic abilities. To them, we dedicate the "Top of the Ring." 1' X If H NN f!'45l,, Us ,, i',' CHQ, QQ, 4 if lf? r srl ly X, up XG is Sf i'i' Xx! s I YK jf? N. X1"""..:1-" The Senior Class Officers and Sponsors are, from left to right. Sponsor, Mr. Bob Bcnnultg Vice-President, Kay Harrisg President, Susan ,lonesg Semzrutary-Treasurer, Charla Brysong Sponsor, Mrs. Ivalane Neplunog and Reporter Cheryl Smith. Senior Class Abla, Jack Alltizer, Teri Sue Barger, Sharon L Bennett, Cheryl Berry, Judy Bishop, J im Black, Linda Jo Bone, Charles Boone, Daniel L Bourland, Mickey Bourn, Barbara Bridges, Ricky Browers, Sandy Carroll, Ike Clark, Dennis Champlin, Kim Coffin, Jinny Churchwell, Jerry Cook, Leonard Bryson, Charla Campbell, John Cantwell, Nancy Carr, Carol had Cooper, James Corey, Eddy Corley, Mike Crabtree, Carol Craig, Davis Crook, Kent Davenport, Dave Diaz, Norma Diesel, Charles Douglas, Connie Drumm, Brent Dunn, Peggy A35 Dunnagan, Mike Eppler, Mary Foster, Cynda Finley, Gail Franklin, Mackalyn Flaig, Margaret Frith, Michael Dustin, Robin Edwards, Roy Elledge, Chris Frost, Gloria Gales, Damon Gilliland, Dave Gomez, Lana Gonzales, Raymond Hargreaves, Robert Greenwall, Gary Harper, Carolyn Gustafson, Ludwig Harris, Kay Hald, Debi Haupert, Caroline Hearn, Betty Hensley, Dianne Hicks, Leroy Hill, Ollie Mae Holland, David Hull, .lames Horst, Dona Humble, Andy Horton, Richard Hutson, Bill Igarta, Steve James, Gail Johnson, Frank Jones, Sue Kea, Fred Keith, Lynn King, George King, Patricia L. L Nb, J Xt Xi 'Qjjfxtxbd X X Q51 wi, X uw J j X E i X U X A sv J it My if W AN Vw ff QNVD W Q NV of 53 W f Q QQ iw Q-tj ix AQFSWM Q We L. 1 ,wg 1 Kinnebrew, Jerome Koehn, Ann Lawrence, Karen Leslie, Lynn Littlefield, Charlotte Loveall, Barbara Lowman, Kent Lytle, Chuck lVlcCarr0n, Sandy McDonough, Pat McLean, Debi McKinney, Don McClure, Dale Mahoney, Judy - in Malone, Annette Mead, David Morris, Suzy Nlarlett, Betty Miller, Nick Nlueller, Cheryl Martin, lolani Moore, Ria Munoz, Nancy Mayes, Johnny Morris, Sam Mvers, Cliervl Myers, Kathleen Myers, Walter Nash, Ross William Nelles, Larry Owens, Harold Piper, Helen Patton, Terry Plumlee, Betty Piper, Earline Poling, Don 4. Radcliff, Linda Raines, Judikay Randolph, Candee Reynolds, Fay Rhoads, G. K. Rhoden, lrene Richardson, Donna Ridgeway, Valerie 5.1 .1 Roper, Martha Roscoe, Glenda Rulison. Clark Russell, Patricia Ruybalid, Ted Schaefer Stephen Sellers, George Scheffler, Rodney Shaekelford, James Scher, Michael Shade, Donna Sue Salas, Ricky Savage, Larry Sawyer, Selena Shaw, Jim Short, Sandra Skinner, Larry Smith, Cheryl Jean Smith, Randall Smith, Vincent Spille, Robyn Standridge, Trevor L Stodola, Roland Stone, Ricky Swank, Mickey Tamplen, Bob L - Taylor, Gene Thompson, Mike Watson, Morris Townsend, James White, Barbara Verver, Bobby White, Danny Tedder, Frank Terrell, Jimmy Thomas, Michael White, Darlena Wiechman, Dennis White, Judy Williams, Susan Whitis, Pat Wilson, Janette gurl Wilson, Sandy Wright, Ginger Wyatt, Ronald Yellowiish, Corise The Junior Class Officers and their Sponsors are, from left to right, Mrs. Gwen Phelpsg Vice-President, Skip Bennett Secretary-Treasurer, Vicki Adairg Reporter, Shirley Hughesg President, Chris Mastersong and Mr. Dan Wiseman. Junior Class Abla, Robert Adair, Vicki Allen, Richard Allen, Virginia Ambrister, Brooke 48 Beauchamp, Jimmy Beck, Linda Belie, Cary Bennett, Skipper Bentley, Brenda Bernard, Ernest Blanton, Holly Blasingame, Mark Bolish, Steve Bomgardner, Vivian Bonds, Glenda Boren, Debbie Brady, Lynn Brooks, Pam Browers, Marilyn Brown, Clifton Brown, Donna Brox, Carolyn Bryant, Bob Burton, Tom Butcher, Larry Bybee, Lucille Callaway, Naomi Campbell, Barbara Carley, Catliy Anderson, Sandy Arjona, Noemi Atkins, Carl Aycock, Nancy Ballard, Dale Ballard, Jack Bartlett, Ellyn Bassel, Susan Bates, Bill Bayne, Barbara A -...f ff. iii, , Carroll, Diane Carson, Linda Chamblee, Harold Chance, Janice Choate, Howard Clemens, Gail Clingan, Cecil Conley, Pat Conners, Stephanie Cook, Don Cotton, Gary Cox, Greg Crabtree, Carol Cranford, Rita Crawford, ,lon Cummings, Charles Daniel, Susan Davis, Liz Decker, Shirley De Baets, Bob Denney, Kathy Desautel, Paula Dickens, Chuck Ebersole, Paula Embry, Shirley Farnham, Anita Flaig, Tim Foote, Margaret Ford, Joe Foss, Gary Foster, Gary Foster, Richard Fox, Carlene Garcia, Antonia Garrett, Donnie Hall, Bill Hamilton, Jerry Harter, Dave Harvel, Linda Harvey, Joe Hastings, Karen Hayes, Rod Henderson, Pat Hendricks, Rita Hensley, Bill Hess, Laura Hester, Jonny Hildebrand, Mike Hoage, Robert Holly, Pat Holt, Janet Honaker, Evelyn Hope, Judy Hubbard, Charlotte Hughes, Shirley Humphries, Virginia Hutchins, Tommy Isbell, Jesse Jackson, Jeni Jaggers, Tommy Gonzales, Edwin Goodson, Frances Graves, Vikki Gray, Cathy Gray, Jo Ann Green, David Greenwall, Linda Griffith, Kelly Guffey, Carline Gunn, Tommy ' if 5 James, Johnny Jenkins, Carol Jennings, Bill' Jennings, Keith Jewison, Cindy Johnson, Ronnie Joiner, Bill Joiner, Linda Jones, Gwen Jones, Paula .. . , 'luffi tl M Q? ,pm- Kay, Lindell Kemp, Joyce Kemper, Mike Kilbride, James Kinny, Hubert Kiphart, Nick Kiser, Charles Knight, Chris Knight, Linda Fay Knight, Fay Kotay, Donna Kuykendall, Lynda Lackey, Barbara Langham, Mary Lanier, Paulette Layton, Charles Lee, Janet Lewis, Stan Long, Susan Looper, Sheryl Loose, John Lowman, Linda McCracken, Mike McKelvey, Barbara McLain, James y 41 I 5 L: W, Menasco, Eddie Meyers, Diane Miesil, Tom Miller, Charles Miller, Doreen Miller, Pat Mitchell, Shawn Mitchell, Sky Moffett, Anna Moore, Joe Neal, Larry Nelson, Jeannie Neuteboom, J. P. Newport, Jean Newport, Linda Noury, Scott Olinger, Jim Ozio, Edward Parker, Debbie Pitchford, John Palmer, Darlene Patton, Ronnie Poindexter, Janet Pollina, Nancy Posey, Teresa :I McWilliams, A1 Maddera, Franna Maitland, Helen Martin, Aaron Masterson, Chris Maxberry, Richard Mayhall, Mike Mays, Jim Mead, Gary Means, David Price, Jim Priddy, Brenda Prock, Stan Pruitt, Connie Pruitt, La Donna Purdum, Seung Ja Rank, Steve Raymond, Bill Reagan, Sharon Redwine, Wanda Red Elk, Gerald Reese, Tony Richards, Barbara Richards, Randy Riemer, Vickie Riggins, Jenece Robbins, Linda Roberts, Jim Ross, Howard Rowland, Larry Rue, Jim Sadler, Sue Sanders, Noveleen Sandlin, Wayne Santiago, Rocky Saunders, Richard Saylor, Sylvia Schaefer, Edward Schoomaker, Eric Schow, Buddy Schroeder, David Scott, Linda Scoggins, Pamela Scroggins, Kurt Seeling, Rita Smith Le Jeune Smith Michael Standridge, Linda Stayton, Donna Stephens, Lynda Sterett, Linda Stetler, John Stewart, David Stewart, Jim Stringer, Danny Stuart, Jerry Surgener, Anita Sykes, Barbara Talbe, Kathryn Taylor, Jim Thomas, Ronnie Thompson, Bob Tillick, Larry Triplett, Bill Tucker, Janey Vance, Kathy Van Treese, James Van Treese, Ken Varnadore, Craig Verver, Tim Seelye, Leta Selvidge, Linda Sharp, Pete Shepard, Judy Sides, Clifton Skeen Slover, Smith, Smith, Smith, Margie Janet Evelyn Frank Julie ff it Vinson, Karen Wagnon, Jimmy Walker, Craig Walker, Joyce Welch, Loretta Wendler, Rosa Westerrnan, Richard Wheeler, Larry Whipp, Dorothy Wickens, Wayne IW' 3 qi tag, , r 3-'Sf' A Wilkerson, Joe Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Brenda Delores Joyce Judy Lorretia Pat Wilson, Robert Wingfield, Marcia Winters, Judy Wisdom, Mickey Worthen , Mary Wren, Kenneth Yieral, Karen Youngblood, Sue px ,X f The Sophomore Class Officers and Sponsors are, from left to right, Vice-President, Sue Anthony, President, Donnie Longfellow, Mr. Bill Tenipor and Miss Devonna Minnich, Sponsors, Secretary-Treasuni, Patsy Basselg and Reporter Terry Cavanaugh. Sophomore Class 58 Adams, Harvey Adams, Judy Adams, Steve Allen, Charmaine Allen, Danny t of Bassel, Patsy Bauer, Lynn Baxter, Dwain Beauchamp, Rickey Bell, Linda Bell, Lyn Bender, Bobby Bentley, Mac Bentley, Steve Bigham, Bob Billings, Howard Bilbrey, Carol Bilbrey, Micheal Bishop, Carla Blake, Bob Bone, Marie Bourland, Douglas Brantley, Mike Bridges, Randy Brox, Diane Bryant, Katie Budd, Dorothy Cagle, Steven Cain. Allen Campbell, Glenda N, 3, A A Zn f iw M!! his ,T Z ff A ' ah! X L W of - . Q' - 1 ,V 5 " 32,325 ' ' 1' 'Z nt rt t it Amende, Sue Anderson, Kaye Anthony, Susan Austin, Jim Baker, Karen Barnard, Rosemary Barnes, Linda Barnes, Steve Barnwell, Walter Bartlett, Fredi ,my F ,, Y 1 4' 't ff . Q-W? ' Campbell, Larry Campbell, Margie Campbell, Roger Cantwell, Don Carden, Jean Ann Carter, Betty Carter, Bobby Carter, Eddie Cavanaugh, Terry Chappabbitty, Dennis Choate, Larry Clay, Sandra Clements, Micheal Clifford, Charles Clift, Greg Colon, Maria Compton, Barbara Conwell, Ann Cooley, Elaine Cornell, Ronnie Cortez, Patty Cost, Ken Coughenour, Cathy Covert, Barbara Cozod, Kathleen Crawford, Bobby Cross, Ronnie Daniel, Diane Davis, Elaine Deal, Dian Dean, Gwen Dean, Jan DeFress, Linda Dennis, Vickie Dewey, Beth F.thell, Dick Fairless, Toni Faust. David Fawler, Bob FitzGerald, Pat Flaherty, John Fletcher, Lynda Foster, Pat Fraser, Mike Fross, Larry Gage, Gene Garcia, Maggie Garrett, Nancy Gates, Diane Giles, Janette Gjellum, Teddie Galdwell, Charles Gomez, Suzie Goss, David Graybill, Chuck Gwen, Jim Hackeratt, ,lames Haines, Chuck Hamburger, Steven Hammond, Griscilda Dietderick, Joan Dixson, l. J. Dosh, John Douglas, Holly Dwyer, David Eggen, lon Elam, Kathy English, Wayne Erbacher, Maribeth Estep, .lim fs 49: ,es Q Haney, Darlene Hannon, Patti Harper, Sam Harris, Gary Harris, Lee Roy Harrison, Linda Harter, Pat Hasty, Judy Hatcher, Ginger Haughney, Norma lo Havens Phyllis Haynes, David Head, Lynda Herring, Linda Heslin, John Hicks, Claudia Higganbotham, Nancy Hinckley, Deede Holder, Phyllis Holland, Glenda Holliday, David Honacker, Brenda Hopper, Mary Horton, Debbie Hotchko, George Hubble, Peggy Hunt, Teri Hutchison, Richard James, Linda Jenkins, Linda Johnson, Alecia Johnson, Kathy Jones, Debbie Jones, FraNa Kay, Francis Lucksted, Donna Lucksted, Linda Louery, Mike McCann, Harold McChuren, Phyllis McDonald, Larry McKasson, Dee McKengey, Keith McLean, Jeff McWilliams, Burt Marcotte, Christine Martland, Vicky Matheny, Nancy Maxfield, Gail Metz, Janet Montgomery, Sally Morgan, Bob Morgan, Dennis Morton, Paulette Munoz, Bill Narrow, Claudia Nawrocke, Paul Neu, Kim Newman, Mike Nicholes, Connie 'Sri 6? V77 12? Keltner, lohn Kerby, Sharon King, Doak Lamb, Darlene Larrance, Jeanette Layton. Tony Leland, Melody Lemon, Margaret Logan, Thelma Longfellow, Don s W , x Y ,X .. l Oldshield, Phyllis O'Neal, Jim Ortez, Evangeline Phillips, Dennis Phillips, Wayne Piper, Mary Pitts, Gary Pollina, Trest Porter, Steve Price, Bob QM Ragan, Rita Ready, Bill Red Elk, Rose Renfrow, Mike Reppard, Cary Rezendes, Deborah Rhea, Patricia Rhodes, Allen Richardson, Dana Riggins, Susan Rightmer, Tommy Riley, Cynthia Ritchie, Larry Roach, lease Rollins, John Rue, Jeanna Rulison, Ron Saenz, Margery Sanders, Troy Saylor, Kenneth Schoonover, Ida Scott, Leland Scott, Randy Sheppard, Ernest Skien, Barbara .Q--4, Standridge, Bridget Standridge, Kenny Stein Skx Stenstrom James Stetler Joe Stevens Steve Stewart Gloria Stewart Rox Strickland Dennis Sult, Kay Surgener, Sharon Swales, Larry Tappan, Sharon Taranto, Tony Tate Yvonne Terrell Robert Therriault Paul Thomas Drexell Thomas Frank Thrash, Connie Tidwell, Linda Tones, Garry Triplett, Linda Tuck, Barbara Turner, Melody Short, Kip Slayton, James Smith, Baron Smith, La Donna Smith, Robert Smith, Roy Solenburg, Margaret Sparks, Barbara Stamper, David Stamps, Sheri Ytlrf Twaddle, Stephen Vessels, Linda Waible, Ed Waitman, Dodd Walker, Kenneth Walker, Nikki Watkins, Ronald Watts, Dale Webb, Janet Weddington, Wendy Wells, Terry Weltey, Karen Westerman, Sheryl Westfall, Bill White, Kathie Whitis, David Wicker, Sally Wiechman, Diann Willingham, Teresa Wilson, Rick Woodall, Ricky Wortham, Dale Yarbor, Jamie Young, Mary ' Fifa., ., ,,,-.: 68 unior High Classes To the Junior High classes of Eisenhower, we dedicate the Shield of Honorf' This symbolizes the strength exemplified by the unified student body lt represents the honor in integrity and wisdom. To them, we pledge the full support of the high school and our respectful recognition for the qualities of leadership and character being developed " P'Zlll :sill tile vs, CV "!'nlkr5?i llD'9 ,ggpgsagnw-114.1-2:4 V9.,i?.i'AZE 94594 Wisner ,muvlii we-,yup Iessnltnuns ,Kr 'air fJ!"CL, "s9.Hf' v5suus.n. x Q , qnennv-'asm 'fi-JZ' W9-1 Q 1 XlS'Q!f g X V33 nissan'-I-il! Jai' :nun :mu-np., vurxrnneusumv' nv zaegggngg ,asa-unawfvar I !m4 1 ::h i 'lIlllS' stimulan- 123.8145 I -guru-av 285:35 441 n-at . A : 1, . . -4 Q., 11 F' V ' JS.-6, fr 11:54. : 7, v ' 5:-T,'f'y - s V' ii f- ' - . R 4 Q ' 'I -. - "is -- ,g H , .M-.-ax. -.Jul I ' X be - ' ' I JA. .,...., ..- ld . 5 s .sg , -' 4 f' h 4- - 1 s. X , , Q ' '- -"' ' ' . 1- ' ww , xy Y A ' - 'a ' if. 25- 'T E - Q ' 'Q .fn -Q. -- - ,ax f - ' ' ' : 1,14 I ax - A : . .' ' , , .f V , , .I . 'F' " : . ' -- v 1 , , - gr ' 0, ,la . ,V . .A . - , 5 I 1 , I ,H X. '- 5- mg." , - , Z!i9l' , ' 5 ' '- an ' '.. - t 'Y . 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Nanette Campbell, Roger Carter, Brock Clanton, Palrica Clarence, Jim Clement, Lester Clifford, Sallv Collier, Elizabeth Corley, Donna Craig, Paul Creel, Harrell Creel, Phyllis Cummings, Gloria Cummings, Janis Curtsinger. Billv X i fi if iff. Xf- ffk. 'K ww' W' W , , .ff Davenport, Pam Davis, Jimmy Davis, Pat Deal, Frank Dc-an, Leonard Dcrnury, Robert Dixon, Mike Dodd. Louisv Dotson, Dianne- Drew, Cliarlvs Duzan, Pat Eatxon, Larry Emerson, .lulia Eppler, Donna Epplcr, Vvra Gloyd, She-lia Fountain, Debbie Fox, Gary Fraser, ,lim Frost, Joyce Fultz, Peter Gandy, Sharon Gillett. Lzurv Givens, Katliy Glasgow, Linda Groear, Cordilia Green, Dennis Griffith. James Griffin, Raymond Guidos, john Gustafson, John Haile, Donna Hamm, Jack Hanson, Bill Hapgood, Rita Harris, Barbara Harper, Sharon Hart, Ravhi-I Hart, Swann Harvvl, John Harwy, Timmy Hoacl. Glynda Hinkle. Kay Hise, Rex Holland. Dcnnis Hoplus. Edmund Hopper, Annette Horton, Dorothy Horvath. Joe lludson. Regina Hughf-S, Harry Hull, William Hustf-ad. Virginia Hutvlwns. Je-anie Jacobs. Mike Japort. Johnny Jones. Bevcrly Jones. James Johnson, Jeff Johnson. Phyllis Johnston. Franklin Joynson, David Kea, Susan Ke hart. Sharla Kisd. Katy King, Marie Knott. Franvvs Kraft, Barabra Lackey, Linda Larkins. James ,, .Nw . ,ww s - 'X f XVI H .,. fi ft 1,2 l - 9,- ,, Vi J , , A a . ,, J , - 5 A I L, gg in ,. X U X A . 2 +A , 1- ' ff ' ' - " 1 M H2 X, J. J ,M it J-M J 1' , Q Y, 'i J ,X E ' . f 'f 5 5- Li VW ,, lv' Fl gg f 1 'X Q32 6 i 331, 5 Y N. ww t rf fr , Q ! y if 1 LJ ' .,.. A 17' Xa RE gl N ,. it """7" t g. ,tv ..,I "Q-f 'L 1 , -. V ,. A ,A t V in J J dyllkn H. A R an ' i f l f. ,SQ , -gig - i, ' , Lf ' f M ' I J :gg if :+-.- .Hn .Q ,AW ., 0. ,wa K Wu.. q ,V .J-,Q R A .M ut- Af, jkfrffxg4.-'.-1Z9f:?'- If' rf ' . Q ,g,-3 . .. ,, ,...x,.i, gf I , .f ,-f .f N,-5 ga w. . gf-P. ,rg 1?+e,. in . 'Vx,,x,: H..,',V:b , W. :Rho .-1.' '-Kia if ' fvf na ' an a 2 Xlitifif, it Lawson, Sue Layton, Suzanne Leach, John Littlefield, Carol Luchsted, Linda Lutz, Dennis McClure, Kade McDonald, Brenda McDonald, Ray McDonough, Christine McDuffey, Kathy McLean, Chris McWilliams, Greg Maciejack, Lula Mahoney, Mike Marlett, Johnny Martin, James Martin, Vivian Matthews, Dieter Meloni, David Merrell, ,lane Morris, Joed Mullin, Mary Myers, Beverly Myers, Paul Nisbett, Lindel Noviello, ,loey Nunnelley, Troy Nye, Lendell Odom, Linda Owen, Barbara Page, Margie Papson, Leo Park, Una Perez, Nordin Perry, Bobby Phillips, Bart Phillips, Junior Pollard, Shirley Portvr. Barbara Porter. Thomas Powell, Shirley Quinn. Richard Radcliff, Valorie Ralston, Trevelyn Randolph, Robert Rhea, Mike Rich, Harviv Richards. .lam- Rirhardson, Joyce' Ridgvway, Mike Rivmrr. Carl Ri in. Linda Rilzliiif. lim Robbins. Brenda Rodgers, Dvwayne Rodgers, Murry Rodriguez, Thomas Roval. Lonniv Rorsypul. Cvorge Ruvhko, Samuel Salas. Erin-st Salas. Frank Salas, Margie Sands, Royce Santiago, Nilsa Savoy, Donna Schram, Beverly Scott, Karen Scott, Leland 1 4' 'f u My I li fs. s mf tm ?t,gy,,V- . 4 ., I ' A l M 1 U if af 5 65 ig NIw:g .A ww-y. , .. will iii f EA 1 ,,,, ' 1,ig'Qi5iwgW,"',,iV iiezaijf ,- ,l. .. .,.,. . ,M - aid? is 1 any-nv' Seidel, Tom Sellers, Dan Shackleford, lerri Shade, Dean Shipp, Anita Shirick, Thomas Short, Arthur Short, Dale Shreve, Mike Sickles, Toni Siler, Melba Scruggs, David Smit , Barbara Smith, Christine Smith, James Smith, Philip Smith, Ronnie Sparks, Everett Stahling, Susan Stayton, Richard Statler, Mike Stetler, Milt Stone, Ronnie Stricklan, Thomas Strickland, Thomas Stuart, Dan Sutton, Darlene Swank, Carol Swoap, Robertt Thomas, Mary Thornburg, Stephen Tubbs, Sharon Turner, Kevin Underwood, Remmie Utalan, Joe Van Cleaver. Roland Waible. Stella Walker. Carol Walliman, Greg Watkins. .lay Watson, Terry Wlheeler, Ricky Vlfhite. Shelia Wickens, Kay Wiesc. Elizabeth Wilke. .lerry Wilke, Lynn Williams, David Wilson. Donald Wilson, Ronnie Wolfe, Malcolm Wood, Mike Wyatt, Robert Wyble, Larry Yearick, Dean Yoder, Dorothy F' . , if l il 3 X 5 1 Zi? f ' , -mmf " 4 at 5 l -X f f -A . K 3 'gf ffb g A x kr , ., 511, I kai A M ai ng - X73 u so N941 ' ww- E tr ii 3 V ,Q-,3,,y2f, ': Q 1 if ia ' ,aw 415 1? -at J M. ,, W . K' I 9? . 4 1" ' t lllwt..1tfzf l lvfl' 'z-in t . xg f lllllilmslll 1l. .L Eighth Grade Christine Holland, Reporter, Jim Dunn, Vice-President, Mrs. ,lo Ann Dixon, Sponsor, Mr. James Poindexter Sponsor, Elizabeth Butler, Secretary-Treasurer, David Smith, President. Abbett, Suzy Adams, Dawna Alden, Margitta Alltizer, Arthur Anderson, Cheryl Anderson, Edsel Anderson, Kent Ashlock, Chelle Atkins, Donna Ax, Donna Baker, Bobby Ballard, Pam Barrick, Jan Baswell, Dean Bates, Pamela Battle, Terry Beamsderfer, Rick Beck, Jeanie Bell, Donald Berry. Tom Bishop, Brenda Blaylock, Terrv Blewett, Robert Bliss, David Boyle. Charles Bone, Linda Bozarth, Bonnie Bridges, Ginger Brown, Donald Brown, Nancy Bryen, Sandy Buckminister, Jerry Bumgarner, Charlotte Butler, Elizabeth Bynum, Donald Cagle, Jackie Cain, Darrell Caldwell, Doug Carson, Dion Cbampouillon, Joe Clay, Vicki Clingan, Nelda Cole, Melinda Colon, Teresa Cooper, David Coussons, Debbie Covert, Ricky Coy, Gail Cranford, Bill Cummings, Gordon Cummings, Vickie Curran, David l Danielson, Mary Kay Davis, Donald ,GT PI. f' M xo , 5 X Q Y X. ' ' ' N, ff gm E -"1 ,av-, Q' l W l l l , li, V , 1 'cf ,JN ,'A. f. , v v . r ai , L , , :,, .,,jY ii I , 6. X x 1 5 'Ei .93 ., K , ' W I ' N 'K ' . ly 's v ai 1. ! 2 Qfltf w it 5' ' l'f'iftf1. , . em , f Q 1 ..,.U. 1 4 X , , 6 -sq- ,,- ,Q N ,Q waste, Feaiik- ' ' V. A, E it ma t . ,,s.. t.,,, I, A in i ' Davis, Stove Dennvy, Rivhard De Sin, Shvrry Driggers, Bruce Drumm, Suzanne Duggar. Sharon Dunn, ,lim Dunnum, Gwcnn Edwards, Deborah Elliot, Hohnny English, Melissa Erbache-r, Mike Epplcr, Martha Eppler, Phil Euslice, Susan Evans, Will Fairlcss, Tanya Fertig, Robert Fisher, Stephen Florent, Chris Fortncr, Stephen Frakes, Stephen Fralix, Carolyn Frank, Don Fraser, Tommy Frost, Kirk Fullz, Roger Garrett, Kirk Gates, Barry Gentry, Patricia Gibson, Lee Gibson, Mike Godwin, Thomas Gomez, Delores Gore, Kathy Greear, Sharon Griffith, Charles Griffitts, Neta Guffey, Terry Guyneth, Ennis Hall, George Hall, Robert Hanakvr, Larry Hardin, Donna Hardin, Terry Hare, Linda Harris, Shirley Hart, Nancy Hathaway, Joe Hau ert, Patricia Heasley, ,lean Henriquw, Freddy Herrin , Clinton Higganinothum, 'Tommy Hill, Carolyn Hill, Clyde Holland, Christine Holland, Connie Holland, Dmn Holland, Jane Ho e, Joan Huljen, Cynthia Hull, Doug Husky, Pam Hutchison, Geraldine Hutson, Greg Jenkins, Norris Jensen, Lester Johnson, Sandra Jones, Janet Jones, Kathy Kent, Patricia Ketchum, Karen King, Reinette Klose, Kathy Lammers, Roger Landry, Beverly Langfitt, Gail Lawrence, Sharon Lavalle, Eugene Layton, Jacque Lefebvre, Jeanne!! 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Sue Lowman, Keith lbgytle, Nan cAlister, Ernest McCarron, Judy McChurin, Marie McKinzey, Kim Malicoat, Bill Maling, Bobby Marple, Steve Martin, Mike Menasco, Brenda Miller, Connie Miller, William Moffett, Betty Moffett, Robert Morgan, Lilliet Morgan, Sherry Mullican, Tamara Nash, Elaine Nelson, Frieda Newman, Clay Norris, Bud Norris, Ricky Noury, Frances Noviello, Mike Oerke, Denece Ogle, Jerry Oliver, Larry Orsak, Gloria Otipoby, Georgan Page, ,lene Parker, James Pearce, Sherry Pennington, Kurt Porter, Patricia Powell, Tanya Powers, Kathy Quinn, Peggy Rametta, Fram Il Rauch. Kenneth Raynes. Larry Regan. Tom Riddle. Kathv Riggs, Steve' Riley. Cecil Rios, Carmen Rita. Judy Rivera, Leticia Robinson. Daniel Romero. George Roming. John Rothentlue. Donna Rozsypal. Carol Russell. Mike Ryans. Eva I Sanson. latricia Santiago. Alba Saunders. David Savoy. Shipp. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Rhonda Delores Danny David Florenre Wavne South:-rn. Herb Southwick, Ann Stafford. Kim Stepp. Mary Ann Stewartt. Claudette Stewart. Rose Stimpson. Kathy Stinnett. Kathy Stobaugh. Phillip Stodola. Carv Stuart. Fred' Sturge-ss. Steven Swales. Richard Swann, Judy Thomas. Gwen Tlioinas. Pat Thompson. John L. A ,gb -Q f 3 . , I, f' R 'k'i',,4 7 'W-."'l, 1 N ,. ... ' " gf .'.. .F it f L .ky lug? ...' .1 , is ,i I . rx, . L tt. ',.... ...nf LX. .E ,W - S it , Q S png L .. , th - fx? ' Q R , H. if A 3- ,V 15- xg , i.. t at ,9 . 'fr .2 XY 't ., - i i ,-In A X X 1 ' ., A. sit tin.. L I -Q f t iw' V. U f 'W if F f J ' 1 '. X ., ,.. ' .xx Q A W,- N Q Q ' .. -A I jr ,-my .'-1 .Q . ft if - 1 Up. s l .. 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Abla, Sheila Adamson, Lela Albright, Susan Alden, Robert Alger, Bruce Allen, Sally Anderson, Dennis Anthony, Tommy Baker, Renee Battle, Morris Beauchamp, Randy Becker, .loarme T5 Bell, Ricky Bender, Texie Benet, Susan Bennett, James Biby, Janis Bilbrey, Glenn Bishop, Pamela Blanton, Jeanne Blewett, Billy Boling, Denny Bone, Floyd Bone, Patricia Boone, Bill Brewer, Mike Briggs, Burton Brous, Randy Brown, Johnny Brown, Vickie Browning, Lendall Bumgarner. Terry Burbank, Clark Byllock, Debra Cagle, Janie Calloway, Andrew Callison, James Camp, Jeff Campbell, Suzanne Cantwell, Bob Capps, Bobby Case, Brenda Chambers, Gary Childers, Mike Cobler. Mary Cochrane, Deuryne Cooke, Debbie Cloffin, David Cole, james Collier, Cathy Collins, Patricia Colon, Elsie Connors, Rex Copeland, Phil ii or s , i , . vw 5 ' if f wr' f Q ,fa it l E x if ' V by . ,.L . sm. ..,, Q V i 3 - ' ia, 5 3' . J, N , ,, A H Q ' , , .'- r ' " 1' L fi f : w 55- 1 ' w Q I' ',,f ,182 stxi 7'..E-is-' "' -'J , , " 4 'Qi . 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McDonald, Larry McDonaugh, Michaela McDonough, Hayes McLean, Bruce McNulty, Patricia Malone, Betty Massey, Connie Massingale, ,lohanne Masterson, Stephanie Merrell, Clifford Merrywell, James Morford, Marcy Morgan, Donald Morgan, Hassel Morris, Robe Mullinay, Ted Munoz, Jodie Nelson, Charles Newman, Clyde Newport, Beverly Nolan, Denise Oliver, Bryan Owens, Thomas Payne, Peggy Phillips, Connie Phillips, Ralph Pierce, Albert Piper, Earl Plummer, Danny Pomeroy, Karen Pryor, Stephen Puckett, Geri Raburn, Cathy' Rametta. Van Rankin, Martin Ratliff, Rita Reed, Jennie , 2 , VK, K ,W X ? Q M, h, f f K :Qi Ailii uw 5 I Q ff' l l 5 1 3 if gl? tif Ei 4 fx Regan, James M Reynolds. Lloyd Y 'S fi Rhea, David Q, S ' Rhea, Mary V,,--- ' - - 15 Richardson, Tommy , , Riggs, Karen ' I . ff' , Rios, Alba -' , 4 f - Robbins, Ricky i :" '- I ' Roberts, Mike ' j ' 5 gi ' F' Rogers, Doris L ' ::': Q 'N , .2 7 Rosadflf Anna ' 'W ii A v N X .- Rotulo, Allena we as , , 11 i V ,iv La: it if P 9 5 i S 51 ' 4 gf fs ' f H '- ' R 2 L X 95 S ' ,. V ig -:Zi .".. ' A 53' Vg .125 jf! ,f""'-K ' Rotter, Lorene f fllu 1 Q ' '- . ' Rozsypal, Rober , ' g 'Q ' iii? Rudolph, Vicki :'i i ,A E.A N 1 K Russell, Mal , if 'Et 5 7 .A V Salas, Linda l X " H , L R Sands, Cherlyn V 2 R Selling. Bill Sessions. Kathleen Shackelford. Sandy Shade, Mike Sheppard, Wayne Short, Nancy Shreve, Robert Shreve, Roy Siler, jerry Sims, Billy Skinner, Terry Smith, Billie Jean 5 1 iii.. Smith, La.rry Smith, Richard Spille, Jo Stahling, Lynn Steadman, Melinda Sterling, Joseph Stodola, Dwight Stuart, Bob Swales, K. P. Tamplen, Deborah- Terrell, Fran Thomas, Glennda Thomas, Jerry Thomas, l..aNetta Thomas, Priscilla Tibbs, Nathan Tilley, Phyllis Tippens, Linda Tracy, Donna Tuell, Tom Ulam, Clifford Underwood, Arlene Van Treese, Vivian Wagner, Ronald Walker, Kay Webb, Clarice Williams, Mark Wilson, Jimmy Wilson, Linda Winters, Nita Wright, Donna Wyatt, Joe Ziegler, Mary Lou Seventh Grade Class Assembly i '-1-rv' if-gs, Agn 2 I .V ., ,,..-gf' t'4'E:73', E4 S F X ww W r"Q 312' Km. mah. ' s Z 2 IE 4: 93 94 Q . . Ct1V1t1CS The laurel leaves on the rings is symbolic of school life at Eisenhower. It denotes unity, cooperation, victory, and the joyous times that many of us have spent during the extracurricular activities that represent another facet of life at Eisenhower. As exemplified in the next few pages, a student is almost certain to find a club or organization related to his or her particular field of interest. Here at Eisenhower there is something for everyone. Perhaps we have such a unified student body because each individual can strive for personal fulfill- ment through a myriad of school activities. Some of the scenes depicted on the following pages will not be familiar to some, and may not have meaning to everyone. But they illustrate sublimely, many treasured and cherished moments. The scenes are self-explanatory. They demonstrate the many wonderful and happy moments to be remembered that we, Eisenhower students, have had the pleasure of sharing, together. Q si? all CHRIS ELLEDGE Chris Elledge represents the High School Stu- dent Council as their Outstanding Student of 1965. As the chairman of the Student Council Building and Grounds Committee, he has directed an excellent school clean-up campaign. Chris is a member of Student Council, and serves as presis dent of the Thespian Society. He was Student of the Month in January, and a student host during the North Central Evaluation visit. Chris is also a cast member in the plays, Wllammy Tell Me True," and the "Diary of Anna Frank." Eisenhower High School DEBBIE MCLEAN The Thespian Society has selected Debbie McLean as its most Outstanding Member. Debbie has been instrumental in many activities surround ing Eisenhower. She is an energetic worker in Thespians, N.F.L., she served as a Student Coun cil Convention Hostess this past year and was a member of the casts of both 'Tammy Tell Me True" and the "Diary of Anna Frank." PATSY BASSEL Patsy Bassel has filled the position of Secretary in Latin Club this past year. She is also Secretary-Treas- urer of the Sophomore Class and a participant in several organizations throughout the school. Combining the qualities of leadership and scholarship with a warm personality, Patsy has been chosen as one of the 1965 Outstanding Students representing Eisenhower. utstanding Students ' 65 JERRY CHURCHWELL The E Club has chosen Jerry Churchwell as its Outstanding Member because of his warm enthusiasm and devotion to the Eagle reputation. Jerry is the only four sport letterman at Eisenhower, an active member of the Patriot Staff, the Key Club, and holds the position of flankerback on this year's football team. He is also the 1965 vice-president of the E Club. SUE AMENDE The Eisenhower French Club has chosen Sue Amende as its most Outstanding Member. As vice-president Sue has attended faithfully all meetings and activities, and her willingness to work has helped to make many of the French Club projects possible. Sue is an enthusiastic member of several organizations within the school, and she has proven herself a great asset to the standards upheld by E.H.S. J IM TOWNSEN D As President of the Future Scientists of America, Jim has carried most of the responsibility in establish- ing and organizing this new chapter. Also a participant in Student Council, the National Honor Society, the Talon Staff, the Patriot Staff, and various other ac- tivities, .lim was selected Student of the Month of February of this year. PEGGY DUNN Peggy Dunn is the German Club's Outstanding Member for this year. She serves as president of the organization, and is active in Student Council. She is vice-president of Art Club and an active member of Pep Club and Thespians. Peggy was also a member of the crew for 'Tammy Tell Me True." MARTHA ROPER Martha Roper represents Eisenhower's Future Home- makers of America. Martha is president of F.H.A. and a representative to Student Council. She won the '4Betty Crocker" award and was elected "Homemaker of Tomorrowfi Showing great leadership abilities throughout the year, Martha has been selected as the F.H.A. Outstanding Member. MIKE HILDEBRAND The National Forensic League has selected Mike Hildebrand as its representative for an Outstanding Student. Mike serves as president of N.F.L. and was vitally involved in the organization of the club. Also active in Student Council, Thespians, and several other organizations, Mike has contributed greatly toward the renown of Eisenhower. SHIRLEY HUGHES The newly organized Tri-Hi-Y has chosen Shirley Hughes as its most Outstanding Member. Demonstrat- ing the qualities of intelligence, leadership, and a wonderful personality, Shirley has made herself not only an asset to the organization she represents here, but also an invaluable component of the school in general. Shirley is a member of Student Council, Pep Club, French Club, and serves as president for Tri-Hi-Y. RAY GONZALES Ray Gonzales was chosen as the most Outstanding Member of the Spanish Club because of his helpful attitude and the great initiative in his work. Through his efforts in Spanish Club, Student Council, Athletics, and various other activities, "Speedy" has demonstrated his leadership ability in these and other activities within Eisenhower. MIKE THOMPSON Mike Thompson serves as vice-president of the Na- tional Honor Society. He is a1so.involved in Thespians where he holds the office of vice-president this year. Mike was in the casts of "Tammy, Tell Me True," and the "Diary of Anna Frank." He has worked dili- gently all year, undertaking the tremendous respon- sibility of the Book Nook management, and has proven himself extremely capable of personifying the true qualities of N.H.S.: scholarship, leadership, and serv- ice. CHARLA BRYSON The Vocal Music Department has selected Charla Bryson to represent its musical talents and abilities. Besides holding the office of President in the High School Mixed Chorus, Charla was the student director of Eisenhower's first opera, "Amah1 and the Night Visitors." She has further contributed to the school by participating in Thespians, Pep Club, Student Coun- cil, and by being Secretary-Treasurer of the first senior class of E.H.S. DEBBIE HORTON The Eisenhower Band has chosen Debbie Horton to serve as its Outstanding Member for this year. Debbie is a member of the All-State Orchestra, the Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra, and several music organiza- tions throughout the city. Debbie is a conscientious worker in all that she endeavors. Such qualities have caused the Band members to consider her worthy of this tribute. JOHNNY MAYES Johnny Mayes is the 1965 Outstanding Member of the Future Business Leaders of America. He is a member of Thespians, Key Club, and Student Coun- cil. Johnny also served as a host during the North Central visit last January. He is president of F.B.L.A. and a crew member of the play, "Tammy Tell Me True." PAT RUSSELL Pat Russell was selected by the An Club for her dedicated work in the various Art Club projects. Being President, Pat has written on her own, the con- stitution for the newly formed Club. She is also a member of Student Council, French Club, and Thes- pians. Due to her sincere efforts in each of these organizations, Pat has been chosen the Art Club's Outstanding Student. F AY REYNOLDS Fay Reynolds is the Outstanding Member of the Distributive Education organization. Fay is an able participant in various activities throughout the school. She serves as secretary in the Distributive Education Club, and works in several committee and extracurricu- lar programs. VINCE SMITH Vince Smith has been chosen the Outstanding Member of the Patriot Staff for his diligent work and long hours of service toward the publication of the school newspaper. Largely due to his personal ef- forts, Eisenhower now boasts a printed edition of the Patriot. Vince is also active in Thespians, Key Club, E Club, Student Council, and Athletics. CHERYL SMITH Cheryl Smith has been selected as the Outstanding Student for high school Pep Club. She holds the office of president in Pep Clubg she participates in Student Council, Thespians, and is a crew member of the "Diary of Anna Frank." Cheryl is also the re- porter for the senior class. She is an active member in several other organizations within the school, and has contributed wholeheartedly her time and ability to E.H.S. JUDY BERRY Judy Berry was selected as the Outstanding Student of the Talon Staff. Because of her sincere devotion to the yearbook and her untiring efforts to meet each deadline, the staff members voted to bestow this honor on Judy. She has participated in Student Coun- cil, Pep Club, and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is the Society Editor of the Patriot, and is the 1965 Talon Editor. RONN IE PATTON The Key Club has chosen Ronnie Patton because of his dedication and service to the Key Club. He serves as vice-president of this organization and is also a member of French Club, Band, and the Future Scientists of America. Contributing greatly 'through these various school activities, Ronnie personifies the qualifications of an Outstanding Student. DAVID SMITH Eighth Grade Outstanding Student LINDA SMITH Seventh Grade Outstanding Student DEBBIE DIXON Seventh Grade Outstanding Student BARRY GATES Eighth Grade Outstanding Student CAROL LITTLEFIELD Ninth Grade Outstanding Student J EAN BROWN Ninth Grade Outstanding Student TERRY BOONE Ninth Grade Outstanding Student KADE McCLURE Ninth Grade Outstanding Student I03 The magic moment All Sports Queen Hopefully waiting are Sandy Browers, Kim Champlin, Jinny Coffin, Dehi Hald, and Judy White. The escorts are Leroy Hicks, Andy Humble, Sam Morris, George Sellers, and David Holland.' IO4 I Queen Jinny Coffin and Escort David Holland. A radiant Jinny shares her joy with Stan Lewis. JUDY WHITE Basketball Attendant DEBI HALD Baseball Attendant xx 'Q' All-Sports Queen JIIN NY COFFIN ul SANDY BROWERS Football Attendant KIM CHAMPLIN Track Attendant I05 Robert Shreve is Amahl. Amahl questions the Wise Men, Mike Corley, George Sellers, Bill Raymond, and their servant, Tommy Rightmer. Amahl and the Night Visitors N 1965 marked the introduction of the fantastic opera in one act, 4'Amahl and the Night Visitors." Under the direction of Mr. Charles Mohr, the Vocal Music Department trans- formed the Eisenhower stage into an impressionable setting for the famous Christmas story. Gwen Jones is Amahl's mother. Gwen and Robert in a touching scene from the opera. C6 2 s, Judy Mahoney and Chuck Lytle relax between scenes. Sandy Browers practices her lines amid backstage confusion EQ .ML Backstage - Tammy Tell Me True" Sheryl Looper adds some last-minute makeup to Lyn Leslie. Sue Jones touches up Randy Smith's eye. Vince Smith pauses during make-up. Connie Thrash powders Bill Hutson's face. .D C LF! IO7 Frank Tedder and Chris Elledge during an assembly. Pam Brooks, David Holland, and Roland Stodola in the Ike halls. l Miss Bendure and friend Dan Teed. I08 "The Rivieras" on the 7th Grade Assembly. Eisenhower Life "The Sonars" perform for the 8111 Grade Assembly. First glimpse of Senior robe on Kay Harris. The Collegians Assembly with Miss Southwestern State. Mr. Duke Art does a clay sculpture of Peggy Hubble dur- ing lyceum. Sue Jones, Randy Smith, Chris Elledge, Vince Smith, Donnie Long- fellow, and Bill Hutson in a stamp promotion skit. 15' V ki. tit M , gg. gg - fn N. ., QSM. Kwgl fqgvhif Miss Minnich making origami. Jonny Hester weloomes bumpkins to the "Hungry Eye." Scott Noury and Fay Knight at the Twirp Beginning construction ofthe Diary of Anna Frank. Dance. Ria Moore concentrates in class. Regina Hudson sembly. and Johnny Butler in 9th Grade As- Charla Bryson, Ollie Hill, and 'Terri Altizer line up to buy their senior rings. 7th graders sing ",Iubil,ation T. Cornponef' The Folk Singers on the Queen Assembly. Ted Ruybalid and Dave Gilliland of the Strangers at the Twirp Dance. Mike Frith at the Twirp Dance. IIO rganization The organizations within Eisenhower are represented by the Wforch and Book" emblems from our rings. This symbolizes the unique efforts of each club, or group toward the advancement of both scholastic and social interests. Each organization has a constitution read and passed by the High School Student Council. They depict the ideals and standards of the people within Eisenhower, their common likes and dislikes, their opinions, and ambitions. The organizations are used to create a stronger sense of achievement and interest. The individual work necessary to fulfill the purposes of the clubs instigates a perception of responsibility and obligation that will aid the stu- dent in his directives toward the future. and :AWIHF .21 x Iftq T fkfgaffe . like--.." - , ,y . 1:2-'41 3:52 A T' ? f . ,g . 'l fe 52 , ig 2 , .,. 21' ' ' , EV. 3' 'lb' rt Club OFFICERS: Peggy Dunn, Vice-President Ginger Wright, Secretary Teri Altizer, Reporter Mrs. Mary Jane Davis, Sponsor Ted Ruybalid, Historian Larry Skinner, Social Chairman Diane Hensley, Treasurer Don Cook, Publicity Chairman Pat Russell, President Throughout the year, one can see the works of the art classes displayed in our showcases. Sponsored by Mrs. Mary Jane Davis, the Art Club has grown steadily, providing a cultural atmosphere, and promoting self-expression in the creative world of canvas and paint. BACK ROW: Nancy Aycock, Linda James, Pat Rhea, Bill Hensley, Aaron Martin, Skip Mitchell, Richard Hutchison, Wayne Sandlin. FRONT ROW: Rita Hendricks, Connie Douglas, Dave Gilliland, Mike Baily, Brenda Bentley, Rick Salas, Susie Bassel. I 1 .,-Sf E 1' . ?s,i,?!i'1' ,t 1,1 5' .Q st, W . -W, ,wr BACK ROW: James McClain, James Hull, Jimmy Engellse, Dale McClure, John Loose, Ollie Hill, Joyce Kemp. SECOND ROW: Mickey Bourland, Judy Bishop, Frand Teddar, Glenda Roscoe, Gloria Frost. FIRST ROW: Betty Hearn, Sandy Wilson, Lynn Brady, Jim Bishop, Carol Crabtree. Distributive Education The Distributive Education Organization is sponsored by Mr. D. A. Givens. This is the first year in which Eisenhower has offered this course. It is intended primarily for those who wish to enter the business world after high school graduation. Positions are obtained through various businesses and companies in Lawton. The operation of our school candy shop is managed by the D.E. students. OFFICERS: Chuck Miller, Chaplain Pat Whitis, Historian Kenneth Van Treese, Reporter Fay Reynolds, Secretary Jack Abla, Parliamentarian Irene Rhoden, President Betty Plumlee, Treasurer Barbara Loveall, Vice-President Mr. D. A. Givens, Sponsor E Club The E Club is composed of lettermen representing the various athletic divisions of Eisenhower. This year was marked by the annual banquet at the end of the football season. The sponsor is Assistant football Coach, Jerry Moon. BACK ROW: Glarles Clifford, Buddy Schow, Damon Gates, Gerald Red Elk, Billy Langfitt, Bobby Carter, Larry Neal, Bobby Verver, Tony Reese, Gary Mead, Larry Savage, Vince Smith, Pete Sharp, Richard Horton, Robin Choate, Edwin Gonzalez, Ron Williams, Mike McCracken. THIRD ROW: Tom Musil, Richard Dean, Emest Sheppard, Jimmy Terrell, Charles Kaiser, Dale Watts, Bill Hensley, Rod Hayes, Stan Prock, Mike Fraser, Ron Rulison, Scott Noury, Herrninio Rios, Rocky Santiago. SECOND ROW: Leonard Cook, Dennis Wiechman, Chris Masterson, Clark Rulison, Chuck Leyton, Gary Belie, Sam Morris, George Sellers, Jim Shaw, Trever Standridge, Larry Wheeler, Bob Thompson, Bill Lantz, Bob Bryant. FRONT ROW: Steve Schaeffer, Willy Rios, Chuck Graybill, Lindell Kay, Edward Schaefer, Rick Bridges, Keith Jennings, Larry Roland, Howard Choate, David Harter, Ricky Woodall, Jim Roberts, Richard Maxherry, Ricky Salas. OFFICERS: Jerry Moon, Sponsorg Leroy Hicks, Secretary-Treasurer, Andy Humble, Sergeant-at-Armsg David Holland, President, Gene Taylor, Reporterg Jerry Churchwell, Vice-President. BACK ROW.: Paulette Lanier, Selena Sawyer, Cheryl Mueller, Carol Lawrence, Kenneth Wren, Peter Bruce, Gail Clemmens, Lonnie Martin, Carolyn Haupert. FRONT ROW: Mary Eppler, Brooke Ambrister, Kathy Vance, Parn Brooks, Darlena While, Gail James, Kathy Myers, Linda Scott. Future Business Leaders of America Newly organized, the Future Business Leaders of America have been busy organizing their members and drawing up an adopted constitution. This club rep- resents the boys and girls who wish to enter the business world, or to teach business courses. , Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Marie Russell, the F.B.L.A. has already established a firm position in the activities surrounding Eisenhower. OFFICERS: Rita Cranford, Secretaryg Mrs. Marie Russell, Sponsorg Betty Marlett, Treasurer, Brenda Bentley, Vice-Presidentg Vicki Graves, Reporterg Johnny Mayes, President. - BACK ROW: Karen Scott, Paula Jones, Jeri Shackelford, Donna Abla, Diane Boone, Barbara Harris, Kathy Skestatis, Valoria Radcliff, Katy Kidd, Carol Walker, Sally Clifford, Carol Littlefield, Jean Brown, Susan Kea, Phyllis Creel, Shelia Floyd, Barbara Bone, Sharon Tubbs, Barbara Kraft, Beverly Schram, Elizabeth Collier, Martha Yoder. FOURTH ROW: Vera Eppler, Dean Shade, Shirley Pollard, Patricia Clanton, Suzanne Layton, Sharla Kephart, Annette Hopper, Sharon Harper, Melba Siler, Pam Davenport, Rhonda Biby, Kathy Givens, Jane Richards, Donna Savory, Kay Wickens, Sue Sawson, Rachel Hart, Joyce Richards. THIRD ROW: Donna Corley, Terri Boone, Margie Abbott, La Nette Bishop, Pat Whitis, Pat King, Dianne Dotson, Rebecca Anderson, lese Roach, Day Hinkle, Brenda McDonald, Donna Brown, Christine Smith, Beverly Jones, Donna Haile, Alden Barrell, Susan Riggin, Trevelyn Ralston, Toni Sickles, Louise Dodd, Joyce Frost. SECOND ROW: Judy Anderson, Libby Wiese, Patricia Davis, Pam Bryan, Vivian Martin, Jane Merrill, Margie Salas, Linda Glasco, Barbara Porter, Nilsa Santiago, Nancy Higgenbottom, Jeanne Hutchins, Darlene Sutton, Stella Waible, Mary Mullin, Pat Harter, Julia Emerson, Julia Bauder, Virginia Hustead. FRONT ROW: Linda Bell, Susan Stahling, Susanne Hart, Phyllis Johnson, Brenda Smith. BACK ROW: Lynda Head, Wanda Redwine, Liz Davis, Fridi Bartlett, Rose Red Elk, Holly Douglas, Cindy Riley, Carol Bilbrey, Linda Joiner, Pat Henderson, Jo Anne Gray, Kay Anderson, Diane Dianels, Linda Vessels, Trudy Calvin, Gloria Stuart, Ellyn Bartlett. FRONT ROW: Linda Standridge, Suzy Gomez, Judy Hasty, Connie Pruitt, Margie Campbell, Karen Vinson, Joyce Walker, Paulette Lenier, Maria Colon, Diane Wiechman, Noami Calloway, La Donna Pruitt, Kathy Elam. Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America organization is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Merion Cook and Mrs. Venna Lee Cook. The purpose of the club is to further the interest and capabilities of each girl, and to train them in the management and enjoyment of their future homes. Each year is highlighted by a Sweetheart Banquet in February. This involves the ceremony initiating each pledge into full membership. The theme for this year's banquet was "The Rose and You.', OFFICERS: , Janet Poindexter, Parliamentarian Kathy McDuffey, Recreational Director Margaret Flaig, Vice-President Doreen Miller, Reporter Patricia Rhea, Historian Gail Clemons, 2nd Vice-President Charlotte Hubbard, Treasurer Glenda Roscoe, Board Member Mrs. Merion Cook, Sponsor Rita Hapgood, Recreational Director Mrs. Venna Lee Cook, Sponsor Martha Roper, President BACK ROW: Chuck Graybill, Debi Horton, Cathy Carley, Howard Ross, John Pitchford, Larry Neal, Ronnie Patton, Damon Gates, Gary Foss, Jack Ballard, Joe Ford, Susan Jones, Rod Hayes, Steve Abla, Waitman Dodd, Terry Hunt, Nancy Matheny, Connie Thrash, Karen Yieral. THIRD ROW: Dennis Wiechman, Romeo lgarto, David Means, Kim Champlin, Karen Hasting, Chris Knight, Steve Cagle, JimuStuart, Bill Hutson, Janet Webb, Mike Kemper, Ricky Bridges, Linda James, Kathie White, Leta Seelye, Joyce Williams, Lyn Bell. SECOND ROW: Carol Bilbrey, Vicky Mainand, Randy Bridges, Eddie Carter, Mike Renfrow, Linda Sterret, Shirley Huges, Donna Brown, Ann Conwell, Mike Mayhall, Gail James, Naomi Callaway, Pat' Russell, Teresa Posey, Nancy Aycock, Deloris Williams, Linda Newport, Dian Deal. FIRST ROW: Linda Standridge, Jamie Yarber, Carlene Fox, Kenny Starkey, Gary Harris, Nancy Ppllina, Carol Crabtree, Pat King, Linda Harvel, Vicki Adair, Karen Baker, Sandy Anderson, Pat La Pierre, Rae Miller, Debra Hald, Toni Fairlaess, Debie Parker, Antoima Garcia, Sky Stein, Nikki Walker, Linda Bames. French Club Under the direction of Mrs. Mildred Dosser, the French Club strives to provide an atmosphere that will promote an understanding and interest in the French language and customs. This is exemplified in the annual Mardi Gras celebration, and in the French Caroling party each Christmas. Growing quickly in both proficiency and number, the French Club forms a most vital link in the chain of organizations within our school. eg LA N G U orrrciaas Sally Wicker, Historian Mary Worthen, Secretary Al McWilliams, President Mrs. Dosser, Sponsor Sue Amende, Vice-President are Future Scientists of America During the past year the Future Scientists of America have taken several educative field trips. They visited the University of Oklahoma, where they participated in the annual "Engineer's Week." F.S.A. was organized to cultivate an interest in science, and to guide its members toward capable future leadership in this field. BACK ROW: Greg Cox, Charles Diesel, Daman Gates, Roy Edwards, Carry Mead, Ronnie Patton, Gary Foss, Sue Jones, Jerome Kinnebrew, Eric Schoomaker, Ronald Magee. FRONT ROW: Robert Wilson, Dennis Wiechman, Tom Burton, James Shackleford, Danny' White, Lana Gomez, Cheryl Myers, G. K. Rhoads, Jimmy Beauchamp, Virginia Humphries. OFFICERS: Dave Gilliland, Vice-Presidentg Jim Townsend, Presidentg Lynn Keith, Secretaryg Mrs. Ruth Metzger, Sponsor. BACK ROW: Mike Smith, Tom Burton, Mike Hildbrand, Ron Rulison, Pete Sharp, Ray Rohrich, Harold Chamblee, Skip Mitchell, Dwight Fountain, Randy Villines, Dean Fuller, Carl Atkins, Randy Scott, James Atkins, Dale Ballard. SECOND ROW: Tommy Jaggers, Peter Bruce, Griscilla Hammond, Larry Wheeler, Steve Porter, Don Cantwell, Barbara Sykes, Kathy Zolbe, Jo Anne Gray, Polly Morton, Yyonne Tates, Cindy Riley. FRONT ROW: Susan Williams, Rita Seelig, Noveleen Sanders, Burt McWilliams, Jonny Hester, David Schroeder, Paula Jones, Ann Whitworth, Barbara Copus, Glenda Bonds. German Club The German Club became an official organization this year under the leadership of Mr. William Greim, after the Student Council passed its newly-written constitution. This year's activities have been primarily concerned with the establishment of the club, and with plans for its future expansion. The German festival party at the end of the year provided the proper climax, to a very successful first year. OFFICERS: Mr. Greim, Sponsor, Pat Harter, Vice-President, Peggy Dunn, President, Melody Leland, Secretaryg Kurt Scroggins, Treasurerg Edwin Gonzolas, Reporter. Key Club The Key Club is an active organization involving various school and community projects. Under the leadership of Mr. Jack Arnyx and Mr. Dan Wiseman, Student Directories were printed and distributed to the student body during the first semester. The annual Key Club Convention, held in Fort Worth, Texas, was the most outstanding event of this year's activities. BACK ROW: Bobby Crawford, Greg Cox, Ernest Sheppard, Tony Reese, Bill Joiner, Dale Watts, Steve Barnes, Larry Neal, Joe Ford, Skip Mitchell, Dick Ethel, Allan Roads, Kenneth Wrea, Howard Choate. THIRD ROW: Chuck Graybill, Chuck Haines, Mike McCracken, Chris Masterson, James Austin, Donnie Longfellow, Keith Jennings, Richard Dean, John Stetler, Mike Scher, Douglas Bourland, Steve Cagle. SECOND ROW: Terry Cavanaugh, Mike Lowry, Mike Renfrow, John Eager, Howard Ross, David Means, Skip Bennet, Steve.Hamburger, John Rollins. FRONT ROW: Jim Estep, Bill Westfahl, Joe Wilkerson, Larry Ritchie, Kip Short, Bob Faller. OFFICERS: BACK ROW: Board of Directors Steve Bentley, Sopl1OII10rC Mr. Jack Amyx, -Faculty Advisor Vince Smith, Senior Mike Mayhall, Junior FRONT ROW: Mike Corley, Treasurer Frank Tedder, Vice-President Ike Carroll, President Ronnie Patton, Secretary Chuck Dickens, Reporter Latin Club Directing the activities and program of the Latin Club this year is Miss Darlene Gibson. The intention of this organization is to stimulate an interest in the Latin language, and an appreciation for its culture. Several of the language club members took advantage of the opportunity to attend the state convention in Oklahoma City this year. BACK ROW: Susan Daniels, Loretta Williams, Danny White, George Hotchko, Charles Diesel, David Haynes, James Stenstrom, Steve Stevens, Mike Bilbrey, Jenny Green. FRONT ROW: Nanette Caldwell, Shawn Mitchell, Jeni Jackson, Terry Cavanaugh, Katie Bryant, Ann Conwell, Frana Jones, Tony Layton, Barbara Tuck, Elaine Davis, Mary Erbacher. OFFICERS: STANDING: Debbie Jones, Parliamentarian Peggy Hubble, Reporter Phyllis Havens, Historian Jimmy Neely, Treasurer SITTING: Miss Darlene Gibson, Sponsor Barbara Bayne, President Larry Swales, Vice-President Patsy Bassel, Secretary OFFICERS: Vince Smith, Clerkg Judy Mahoney, Secretaryg Miss Darlene Gibson, Spon- sorg Mike Hildehran, Presidentg Mrs. Peggy Long, Sponsorg Holly Blanton, Assistant Secretary. ational Forensic Lea ue The National Forensic League is composed of students interested in public debating and speech activities. During the first semester, the N.F.L. was involved in a week-long radio program, reporting on various perceptive topics regarding National Education Week. The sponsors of this club are Mrs. Peggy Long and Miss Darlene Gibson. BACK ROW: Cheryl Bennett, Yvonne Tate, Tommy Jaggers, Steve Bolish, Susan Jones, Chuck Lytle, J. P. Neuteboom, Linda Radcliff, Debbie McClean, Nancy Metheny, Connie Thrash. FRONT ROW: Mackalyn Franklin, Judikay Raines, Kurt Scroggins, Barbara Bayne, Jonny Hester, Kathy Johnston, Jinny Coffin, Sheri Stamps, Susan Anthony. BACK ROW: Joyce Walker, Loretta Williams, Lucy Bybee, Judy Berry, Greg Cox, Mike Mayhall, Joe Ford, .Chuck Lytle, Al McWilliams, Clark Rulison, George Sellers, Jeanne Childers, Pat Williams. FRONT ROW: Carline Fox, Jim Townsend, Kurt Scroggins, Teresa Posey, Barbara Bayne, Candee Randolph, Dave Gilliland, Darlena White, Jimmy Beachamp, Kay ational Honor Society The National Honor Society Chapter of Eisenhower High School is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Cather- ine Burum. This year she was accompanied by President Lana Gomez and Vice-President Mike Thompson to the annual state convention in Muskogee. A new project for this year has added an already invaluable asset to the school. The 'iBook Nookf' organized at the beginning of the year, provides an easy purchase of paperback novels, reference material and political writings. The initiation ceremony at the end of the year marked the beginning of another tradition for E.H.S. This organization promotes an interest in education and knowledge, but it also serves as a goal for scholastic achievement. Harris. ll OFFICERS: Mrs. Catherine Burum, Sponsor Barbara Bourn, Treasurer Mike Thompson, Vice-President Cheryl Myers, Secretary Lana Gomez, President BACK ROW: Robert Stewart, Karen Welty, Holly Blanton, Diane Brox, Richard Westerman, Denis Morgan, Fred Kea, William Johnson, Steve Brooks, .lohn Rollins, George Sellers, .lune Boswell, Barbara Sykes, Cathy Skeistaitns, .loc Wilkerson, Leroy Spivey. SECOND ROW: Teddie Gjellum, Dee Rezendes, Cindy Jewison, Cheryl Westerman, Jeanette Larrence, Gary Green- wall, Lana Gomey, Pat Williams, Keith Jennings, Rocky Santiage, Robert Wilson, Patti Harmon, Linda Herring, Evangeline Ortiz. FRONT ROW: Sue Anthony, Judikay Raines, Linda Beck, Faye Knight, Linda Greenwall, Pat FitzGerald, Claudia Marrow, Glenda Holland, Maggie Garcia, Beth Dewey, Cathy Gray, Sandy Brown, Anita Castilla. Spanish Club Organized to promote a better understanding of the Spanish language and people, the Spanish Club has grown steadily under the sponsorship of Mrs. Vera Tippens. The colorful Fiesta of the Spanish Club provided an unforgettable event in this year's activities. Costumes portrayed the gay customs of the Mexican people, and the theme of the Fiesta centered around the conventional colors and decorations common throughout old Mexico. OFFICERS: Ray Gonzales, President Suzie Bassel, Secretary Mrs. Tippens, Sponsor Deede Hinckley, Reporter Angel Sanchez, Vice President Carolyn Brox, Treasurer BACK ROW: Steve Schaeffer, Carol Lawrence, Johnny Mays, J. P. Neuteboom, Diane Brox, Donnie Longfellow, Cathy Carley, Vince Smith, Larry Savage, Chuck Lytle, Sue Jones, Bill Hutson, Teri Hunt, Jeanette Wilson, Loretta Williams, Nancy Matheny, Deede Hinckley, Donna Shade. THIRD ROW: Lyn Bell, Teri Altizer, Mary Young, Mary Worthem, Holly Blanton, Karen Hastings, Mikie Kemper, Mike Mayhall, Charlotte Littlefield, Judy Mahoney, Charla Bryson, Sandy Browers, Cheryl Bennett, Judy White, Vicki Dennis, Yvonne Tate, Connie Thrash, Ria Moore. SECOND ROW: Diane Wishman, Virginia Humphreys, Chuck Dickens, Susie Morris, Linda Herring, Robert Wilson, Debbie McLain, Sheryl Looper, Susan Williams, J inny Coffin, Donna Brown, Ann Koehn, Lynn Leslie, Marilyn Browers, Kathy Johnson. FRONT ROW: Lynn Keith, Barbara Bayne, Pam Scoggins, Macklyn Franklin, Sheri Stamps, Susan Anthony, Susie Bassel, Debbie Hald, Gail Finley, Pat Russell, Debbie Boren, Cheryl Smith. Thespian Society The E.H.S. Chapter of the National Thespian Society has gained both state and nationwide acclaim this year. Mrs. Peggy Long, sponsor for this organization, was named the "Outstanding Young Speech Teacher" by the Oklahoma Speech Association. OFFICERS: Linda Black, Assistant Secretaryg Noveleen Sanders, Clerkg Mike Thompson, Vice-Presidentg Judikay Raines, Secretaryg Chris Elledge, President, Mrs. Peggy Long, Sponsor. BACK ROW: Charmaine Allen, Kathie White, Mary Young, Diane Brox, Peggy Hubble, Sue Amende, Cathy Carley, Carolyn Brox, Loretta Williams, Nancy Matheny, Karen Hastings, Holly Blanton, Donna Brown, Rita Seelig. MIDDLE ROW: Lynn Bell, Linda Herring, Kathy Vance, Susan Daniel, Vicki Adair, Deede Hinckley, Kay Sult, Susie Morris, Karen Baker, Judy Williams, Debbie Jones, Diane Daniels, Vicki Dennis, Jeni Jackson. FRONT ROW: Sue Sadler, Sherry Stamps, Susie Bassel, Nancy Pollina, Mary Worthen, Glenda Holland, Sally Wicker, Sky Stein, Patsy Bassel, Debbie Boren, Nikki Walker. Tri-Hi-Y The Tri-Hi-Y organization is directed by Miss Lorene Bendure and Mrs. Ruth Dishman. Formed only this past year, the new club serves as a basic instruction course linking the practice of Christian principles to the political world of legisla- ture. The sessions on Pre-Legislature and Legislature were attended this year in Norman and Oklahoma City, respectively. The Tri-Hi-Y is composed only of girls dedicated to the ideals and standards exemplified in the club constitution. Their goals include an expansion in friend- ship, political knowledge, and a better understanding of themselves. OFFICERS Debi Hald, Secretary Mrs. Dishrnan, Sponsor Judy White, Vice President Pat Holley, Chaplain Shirley Hughes, President Miss Bendure, Sponsor BACK ROW: Jerry Siler, Deborah Tamplen, Jerry Thomas, James Reagan, Doug Hull, Mike Roberts, Mike Russell, Van Rametta, Kim McKenzy, Terry Skinner, Ralph Phillips, Bruce Driggers, George Hall, David Horton, Andrew Calloway, Frank McCurdy, Victor Garrett, David Watson, Larry Oliver, Clinton Herring. SECOND ROW: Dan Stuart, Jackie Ziska, Denece Oerke, Nikki Garrett, Phillip Stobauch, Tom Tuell, Phyllis Tilley, Ronald Wagner, Tommy Higganbotham, Fran Rametla, Fred Henriquez, Ernest McAlister, Rita Ratliff, Fay Holsinger, Carol Hackerott, Christine Hose, Debbie Kippart, Janice Biby. FRONT ROW: Alba Santiago, Linda Tubbs, Clark Earp, Nina Tilley, Dennis Green, Rhonda Savoy, Elizabeth Davis, Roberth Heller, Vicki Rudolph, Bonnie Bozartt, Sue Logan, Peggy Quinn, Mal Russell. Junior High Band Peggy Quinn, Reporter Fran Rametta, Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Lucas, Sponsor Bonnie Bozarth, President Denece Oerke, Vice President BACK ROW: David Hayes, Sharon Hamilton. MIDDLE ROW: Leonard Cowan, Lany Lafitte, Albert Pierce, Morris Battle, Roger Lammers, Billy Driggers. FRONT ROW: Elsie Colon, Mary Lou Ziegler, Linda Austin, Sonya Johnston, Linda Cox. THIRD ROW: Ronda Bybee, Jamie Yarbough, Linda Bell, Dorothy Horton, Stephanie Connors, David Saunders, Virginia Hustead, Donald Norris, Craig Vannadore, Rex Connors, Glenn Myer, Jeff Johnson, Lonnie Royal, Mr. Don Phillips, Harry Hughes, ,Thomas Strickland, ,llohn Leech, Melvin Slough, Larry Tillick, Richard Saunders, Bob DeBates. MIDDLE ROW: Christine Marcotte, Laura Hess, Regina Hudson, Noveleen Sanders, Barbara Sparks, Susan Gomez, Larry Wyble, John Eggen, .lerry Stuart, Author Short, Steve Bolish, Richard Wheeler, Herb Southern, Carlan Parrott, David Haynes, George Hotchko, Bob Tamplen, Greg Hutson, David Dwyer, Kurt Pennington, Ronald Thomas, Mike Brantley. FRONT ROW: Ken Saylor, Troy Sanders, Milton Stetler, Jimmy Davis, Debbie Horton, Jim O'NeaI, Ronnie Patton, Jim Austin, John Haynes, Janet Metz, Shelia Floyd, Christine Smith, ,Iay Watkins. High School Band The Eisenhower Band is directed by Mr. Don Phillips. This division of the Mtisic department has done much in the three years since its origination. They have not only grown steadily in number, but have already placed E.H.S. on the map in various band contests and competitions. Several of the members have been chosen for the All State Band, and play in the Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra.'The wide variety and distinctive style of the E.H.S. Band merits both recognition and respect for its achievements. Richard Saunders, Drum Major Don Phillips, Sponsor Bob Tamplin, President Ronnie Patton, Reporter Debbie Horton, Secretary HE LOST .XWM-new E213 P Qi Debbie Horton, All-State Orchestra. Regina Hutson, Stephanie Connors, Richard Saunders, Diane Carroll. IKE Band during break. A ' I NA If jnv V Half Time Performance. High School Pep Club The Pep Club provides much of the vibrant school spirit and enthusiasm that cheers the Eagle teams to victory each season. The girls, organization is sponsored by Miss ,lane Mershon and led by President Cheryl Smith. Each football game begins with the arch of victory formed by the Club members. The dance at the end of the football season also marks a memorable event in the year's activities of the Pep Club. BACK ROW: Kathie White, Kay Sult, Linda Joiner, Pat Henderson, Loretta Williams, Karen Hastings, Cathy Carley, Kathy Zolhe, Kathy Skeistaitis, Charla Bryson, Barbara Covert, Marjory Saenz, Eleanor Saenz, Nancy Matheny, Teri Hunt, Cheryl Mueller, Linda Tidwell. THIRD ROW: Deede Hinckley, Sandy Anderson, Brenda Bentley, Teresa Posey, Karen Vinson, Mary Worthen, Susan Daniel, Paula Jones, Linda Triplett, Kathy Vance, Charlotte Hubbard, Frances Kay, Alecia Johnson, F rana Jones, Paula Desautel, Connie Thrash, Pat FitzCerald, Betty Carter. SECOND ROW: Nikki Walker, Sue Sadler, Suzi Bassel, Doreen Miller, Beth Dewey, Jeni Jackson, Diane Daniel, Virginia Humphries, Barbara Bayne, Linda Harvel, Shawn Mitchell, Gwen Dean, Jeanna Rue, Patsy Bassel, Sandi Brown, Dian Deal. FIRST ROW: Carlene Fox, Wanda Redwine, Ellyn Bartlett, Shirley Hughes, Nancy Pollina, Malody Leland, Judikay Raines, Karen Baker, Peggy Dunn, Fay Knight, Sylvia Saylor, Sally Wicker, Sue Anthony. BACK ROW: Miss Mershon, sponsorg Jinny Coffin, Head Cheerleaderg Lana Gomez, Vice- Presidentg Suzy Morris, Treasurerg Sandy Anderson, Reporter, Vicki Adair, Secretary. FRONT ROW: Sue Youngblood, Publicity Cnhairmang Cheryl Smith, President. Donna Brown Jinny Coffin Judy Williams i MK, fi E, Diane Brox, Linda Herring, Glenda Holland, Sky Stein, Jeanette Larrance, Mary Young. Carolyn Brox Kim Champlin Julie Smith BACK ROW: Mike Hildebrand, Martha Roper, Donnie Longfellow, Ron Rulison, Chris Elledge, Sue Jones, Stan Lewis, Tony Reese, Bob Tamplen, Irene Rhoden, Raymond Gonzales, David Holland, Chris Masterson, Lana Gomez. THIRD ROW: Linda Sterrctt, Judy Mahoney, Barbara Rich, Kim Champlin, Judy Berry, Cheryl Myers, David Holiday, Cathy Carley, Charla Bryson, Ike Carroll, Suzy Morris, Chuck Dickens, Darlena White. SECOND ROW: Noveleen Saunders, Jim Townsend, Holly Blanton, Sandy Browers, Pat FitzGerald, Barbara Bayne, Jinny Coffin, Claudia Hicks, Marilyn Browers, Sandy Wilson, Lynn Keith. FRONT ROW: Nikki Walker, Pat Harter, Donna Brown, Shirley Hughes, Naomi Calaway, Kay Harris, Peggy Dunn, Pat Rus- sell, Dian Deal, Sue Anthony, Betty Marlett, Cathy Gray, Cheryl Smith. High School Student Council The High School Student Council began the year with a Hi Dance. This was to renew old friendships and to welcome the arrival of all newcomers to E.H.S. Student Council activities of 196114-65 also marked the begin- ning of the City Activities Council, the dedication of the Victory flag, and the creation of our Alma Mater. All club constitutions were read, criticized and made official. Twirp Week and the Spring Dance were sponsored by the Student Council. Eisenhower assisted Lawton High School in hosting- the State Student Council Convention. Representing us were Chuck Lytle, Lana Gomez, George Sellers, and Jeni Jackson. Most memorable to many was the Coronation of our first All-Sports Queen, Jinny Coffin. The assembly Coronation program was under the supervision of your Student Council. Composed of elected representatives from each homeroom, and officers of all clubs and organizations, the Eisenhower High School Student Council is advancing quickly, creating an admirable reputation for our school, its standards, and its people. The City Activities Council was formed only this year. Together with delegates from Lawton High School, and Douglas High School, our representatives meet each month to bring out subjects of interest and combine their efforts toward inter-school affairs and relationships. OFFICERS STANDING: Cheryl Bennett, Vice-President Bill Hutson, Reporter Jeni Jackson, Secretary SEATED: it George Sellers, Parliamentarian Mrs. Ivalane Neptune, Sponsor Judy White, Treasurer Chuck Lytle, President CAC MEMBERS Lana Gomez, Vice Vince Smith Chuck Dickens Chuck Lytle Sue Jones George Sellers Jinny Coffin Mike Mayhall -President Wlftlir Q -si. , - Q . K I X ' V 1 , In Y s I Square Dance C.A.C. Committee Meeting Hi Dance State Student Council Convention Square Dance BACK ROW: Pat Duzan, Sheryl Anderson, Frances Knott, Mary Mullin, Denece Oerke, Pam Kemp, Janie Cagle, Debbie Gomez, Jan Brown, Lella Maciejack, Michelie Ashlock, Gwen Dunnam, Susan Drumm, Toni Sickles, Jan Barrick, Martha Jones, Kathy Stimpson, Brenda Menasco, Donna Corley. THIRD ROW: Kathy Jones, Geri Puckett, Kathy McDuffey, Diane Cross, Cathy Sessions, Linda Tippens, Susan Bennett, Debbie Dixon, Beverly Jones, Lilliet Morgan, Jerri Lanier, Kim Stafford, Christine Holland, Sharon Wickens, Connie Phillips, Gloria Cummings. SECOND ROW: Jo Spille, Debbie Geibal, Kathy McDuffey, Loretta Harris, Ellena Rotolo, Patricia Jones, Sally Allen, Jodie Munoz, Karen Ketchum, Jane Holland, Vicki Cummings, Glynda Head, Janice Cummings, Susan Lawson, Joyce Frost, Mary Kay Danielson, Merry Verver. FRONT ROW: Joan Craw- ford, Sue Logan, Ginger Bridges, Darlene Sutton, Sharon Greear, Prissy Thomas, Pam Bryen, Francis Noury, Nilsa Santiago, Trevelyn .Ralston, Clarice Webb, Cynthia Hulen, Jackie Cagle, Kathy Powers, Karen Riggs. Junior High Pep Club The Junior High Pep Club is sponsored by Mr. Margene Fry. These girls have given both vigorous and loyal support to each function involving Junior High athletic competition. They have contributed exceedingly to the eager zeal surrounding Eisenhower and its people. Cheerleaders Sandra Johnson, Susie Abbett, Elizabeth Butler, Nancy Brown. Sandra Bryen, Secretary Kay Hinkle, Reporter Sherry Allen, Vice President Carol Littlefield, President Mrs. Fry, Sponsor Sherry De Sio, Publicity iw' Donna Brown Suzanne Hart Teri Boone Barbara Porter Brenda McDonald Katy Kidd BACK ROW: Deborah Gomez, Everett Sparks, Cecil Rilley, Katy Kidd, Carol Littlefield, Jeff Johnson, Cary Fox, John Harvel, .lean Brown, Barbara Bone. SECOND ROW: David Smith, Terry Boone, Frank Deal, Brenda Case, Jane Holland, Larry McDonald, Bobby Perry, Alba Santiago, Kim Stafford. FRONT ROW: Matt McClure, Nathan Tibbs, Bill Boone, Jackie Cagle, David Horton, Sherry DeSio, Nilsa Santiago, Debbie Dixon, Marcy Morford, Karen Riggs. Junior High Student Council Sponsored by lVIr. Abe Deutschendorf, the Junior High Student Council has operated smoothly and ef- fectively throughout the year. The Stamp Drive was under the direction of the Junior High representatives, as well as various other programs directive toward the betterment of the school. OFFICERS STANDING: Donald Bynum, Reporter Kade McClure, President Beverly Jones, Parliamentarian Donna Corley, Vice-President SITTING : Mr. Abe Deutschendorf, Sponsor Toni Sickles, Secretary-Treasurer 47 A .t North Central visiting committee checking notes. Mr. ,lohn Shoemaker talks with member of North Central visiting committee. Students studying before sehool. North Central visiting committee. BACK ROW: Jerry Churchwell, Ted Ruybalid, Larry Savage, Vince Smith, Clark Rulison, Ricky Bridges. FRONT ROW: Miss Bendure-Sponsor, Leroy Hicks, Johnny Hester, Judy Berry, Maria Sirmons, Mike Thompson, Jimmy Townsend, not pictured-Linda Radicliff. Patriot The Patriot staff, under the sponsorship of Miss Lorene Bendure, has presented Eisenhower Junior-Senior High School with its first printed publication of the newspaper. Working diligently, often long after their regular school hours, the staff has made exceptionally good progress in the development of their journalistic abilities. Serving as editor, Vince Smith has organized and di- rected the monthly edition of the Patriot. Assistant editor, as well as Sports editor is Leroy Hicks. Rick Bridges is Junior High editor, Ted Ruybalid, Art editor, Judy Berry, Society editor, Linda Radcliff, Drama editor, Frank Johnson, Club editor and Business Manager, James Townsend, Photographer, Jonny Hester, Larry Sav- age, Jerry Churchwell, Mike Thompson, and Clark Rulison, Reporters. Patriot Staff setting type. Assistant Editor Leroy Hicks turns in money Business Manager, Frank Johnson to xf Leroy Hicks, and Vince Smith observe the printing of the Patriot! first printed edition. Vince Smith, the editor, checking it out. 9" BACK ROW: Jerry Churchwell, Ted Ruybalid, Larry Savage, Vince Smith, Frank Johnson, Jim Townsend. FRONT ROW Clark Rulison, Miss Bendure-Sponsor, Johnny Hester, Judy Berry, Ricky Bridges, Leroy Hicks. LEFT: Cheryl Bennett, .lim Townsend, Mrs. Neptune, Judy Berry, Charlotte Littlefield, Pat FitzGera1d. The Talon The 1965 yearbook staff has worked continually under the sponsorship of Mrs. lvalane Neptune. During the summer of 1964, the staff and Mrs. Neptune met and began the basic outline for the Talon. By enrollment time in the fall, plans were already underway, and the organization 'of the pictures, copy, and numerous layouts commenced. We have endeavored to produce a yearbook that will not only represent our school well, but one that you personally will enjoy and appreciate. For over a year, now, the 1965 Talon has been in our possession. We now hand it over to you. Judy Berry, Jim Townsend, Vince Smith. LEFT: Ted Ruybalid, Vince Smith, Greg Cox. Cheryl Bennett, Ted Ruybalid Jud Berr and Pat McDonough, Editors, selling year- Y Y books during the sales campaign. e A 5 n gig I Y .ludy Berry Greg Cox, Pat FitzCerz1ld, Charlotte Littlefield. Senior High Vocal Music The Vocal Music Department is under the direction of Mr. Charles Mohr. Presenting the first opera in one act, "Amahl and the Night Visitorsf, the Mixed Chorus and Glee Clubs added another "first" this year to the history of E.H.S. Providing entertainment throughout the community for various civic organizations and church programs, they have represented Eisenhower well. They have also attended contests for both district and state recognition, and added greatly to the reputation of our school. BACK ROW: Pat Harmon, Deede Hinckley, Susan Daniels, Linda DeFrees, Lana Gomez, Janet Webb, Jim Estep, John Eggen, George Sellers, Kim New, Randy Scott, Roy Sapp, Dee McKassen, Greg Cliff, Gwen Jones, Pat Foster, Stephanie Conners, Frances Kay, Alicia Johnson, Linda Newport, Barbara Compton, Elaine Cooley, Sandy Brown. MIDDLE ROW: Beth Dewey, Teresa Posey, Diane Daniel, Barbara Skeen, Nancy Aycock, Jean Newport, Connie Douglas, Sybil Foster, Jerry Hamilton, Mike Corley, Howard Ross, Jesse lsbel, James Stenstrom, Steve Hamburger, Ronnie Watkins, Joe Harvey, Linda Triplett, Charla Bryson, Cindy Peal, Donna Richardson, Linda Sterret, Karen Vinson, Phyllis Havens, Marie Bone. FRONT ROW: Toni Fairless, Debbie Parker, Liz Davis, Antonina Garcia, Cathy Gray, Jeni Ji1CliSOH, Tommy Rightmer, Eddie Waible, Bill Raymond, Mike Bilbry, Skip Bennett, Larry Swales, Tommy Cofcr, Mike Renfrow, Jim Neely, Sue Anthony, Judikay Raines, Dian Deal, Barbara Laughtner, Sue Sadler, Jill Haughney, Linda Siilndritlge. OFFICERS: Mike Corley, Secretary, Skip Bennett, Vice-President, Charla Bryson, President. 1 BACK ROW: Janet Webb, Judikay Raines, Teresa Posey, Susan Daniels, Antonina Garcia. FRONT ROW: Stephanie Conners, Dian Deal, Connie Douglas, Nancy Aycock, Linda Sterret, Diane Daniels. Pianist-Phyllis Havens. TOP: Mike Corley, Bill Raymond, Jim Neely, Tom- my Rightmer. Charla Bryson, Jeni Jackson, Cathy Gray, Lana Gomez. LEFT COLUMN Geor e Seller Jerr Hamilton Lar Swales - 5 S A 5, Y v FY ' y Jim Neely, Mike Corley. MIDDLE COLUMN: Gwen Jones, Cllarla Bryson, Pat Harmon, Karen Vinson, Jeni Jackson, Cathy Gray, RIGHT COLUMN: Roy Sapp, Jesse Isbell, Bill Raymond, Tommy Rightmer, Howard Ross, Skip Bennett. ef' - Y 5 K ff 3 - fl I .leni Jackson, Skip Bennett. LEFT COLUMN: Roy Sapp, Mike Cor ley. RIGHT COLUMN: Jesse Isbell George Sellers, BACK ROW: Chelle Ashlock, Kathy Stimpson, Cheryl Anderson, Barbara Smith, Patty Kent, Dorothy Atkins, Elizabeth Collier, La Netta Bishop, Shirley Pollard, Kathy Riddle, Brenda Bishop, Donna Abla, Vera Eppler, Karen Scott, Carlyn Hill, Teresa Colon, Suzanne Drumm, Barbara Torralba, Melissa English, Mary Mullin. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Stepp, Alanna Van Treese, Marie McChurin, Sharon Duggar, Julie Emerson, Gloria Orsak, Theresa Thornburg, Gail Coy, Sue Lovett, Debbie Weems, Kathy McDuffey, Pam Bates, .lane Holland, Mary Ann Sulley, Margie Abbot, Glenda Heard. THIRD ROW: .ludy McCarron, Gwen Thomas, Linda Began, Glenda Began, Pat Davis, Karen Ketchum, Elaine Nash, Kathy Klose, Patricia Porter, Dolores Gomez, Jeanette Lafever, Susan Eustice, Ginger Bridges, JoAnn Becker. Junior High Vocal Music The Junior, High division of the Vocal Music Department has performed several times for the student body in various assemblies throughout the year. BACK ROW: Mike 'Caddell, Mike Wood, Richard Swales, Jerry Ogle, David Coffin, Richard Boyd, Billy Sims, Gary Fox, Chris Hansen, Bob Williams, Tommy Lawson, Terry Bumgartner, Mike Dixon, Jerry Welki, Terry Watson, Wayne Smith, Alan Leslie. SECOND ROW: Mike Martin, ,lim Dunn, Donald Bynum, Royce Sands, Floyd Bone, Bryan Oliver, Daniel Curran, Steve Davis, KerTy Swales, Terry Blaylock, John Thompson, J. D. Martin. FRONT ROW: Matt McClure, Mike Higgs, Doug Detrick, Dennis Anderson, Fred Stuart, Bruce McClean, Martin Rankin, Mike Yearick, David Curran, Dean Holland. 39833 3 J BACK ROW.: Jeanne Blanton, Cherlyn Sands, Susan Albright, Patricia Bone, Angela Taylor, Denise Noland, Jennie Reed, Betty Malone, Melinda Steadman, Martha Jones, Deborah Gomez, Pamela Kemp, Peggy Payne, Nita Winters, Conhie Phillips, Patti Elledge, Janie Cagle, Shella Abla, Sally Allen, Robe Morris. MIDDLE ROW: Cathie Collier, Deborah Frank, Linda Wilson, Mary Howton, Karen Pomeroy, Kathy Sessions, Sandra Walker, Jan Jarvis, Helga Underwood, Brenda Case, Linda Tippens, Barbara Goodwin, Susan Benet, Billy Jean Smith, Yvonne Gore, Glenda Thomas, Renee Baker, Pam Harris, Debbie Dixon, Priscilla Thomas, Jodie Munoz. FRONT ROW: Joanne Crawford, Vivian Van Treese, Lorene Rotter, Colleen Jewison, Jerri Pucket, Debbie Cox, Donna Becker, Donna Wright, Elaine Horton, Cova Hix, Texie Bender, Clarice Webb, Mary Rhea, Sandy Shackleford, Sandra Hall. BACK ROW: Christine Holland, Merry Verver, Barbara Bone, Donna Savoy, Melba Siler, Jerri Shackleford, Jean Page, Royce Sands, Jerry Ogle, Mike Dixon, Mike Wood, Jerry Welki, Wayne Smith, Valorie Ralston, Carol Littlefield, Melinda Cole, Donna Eppler, Beverly Myers. MIDDLE ROW: Gail Langfitt, Shirley Harris, Jane Richard, Patricia Clanton, Libby Wiese, Beverly Shram, Gary Fox, Terry Watson, Alan Leslie, Richard Swales, Mike Lodge, Donald Bynum, J. D. Martin, John Thompson, Annett Hopper, Patricia Haupert, Kathy Stinnett, Brenda Menasco, Barbara Wilson. FRONT ROW: Jackie Cagle, Toni Fairless, Stella Waible, Francis Noury, Francis Knott, Vickie Cummings, Mike Caddell, Dean Holland, Jim Dunn, Terry Blaylock, Mike Wood, Chris McClean, Donna Corley, Susan Lawson, Trevelyn Ralston, Sherry DeSio, Kathy Powers, Cynthia Hulen. LEFT: Jackie Cagle, Kathy Poiners, Sherry DeSio, Brenda Menasco, BACK ROW: Royce Sands, Jerry Ogle, Mike Carol Littlefield, Beverly Schram, Francis, Knott, Donna Corley. Wood, Donald Bynum, Terry Watson, John Thompson. MIDDLE ROW: Donna Corley, Melba Siler, Carol Littlefield, Libi Weese, Sherry DeSio, Jackie Cagle. FRONT ROW: Gary Fox, Michael Caddell, Mike Dixon. Sport We have chosen the 'LWinged Footi' emblem from our ring to symbolize the Athletic Department of Eisenhower. This is one of the main sources of the enthusiastic support and ageless spirit that surrounds the Eagle domain. Through the seasonal games of football, basketball, track, baseball, tennis and golf, the staunch abilities of the Eisenhower teams have gained only the highest of state recognition and respect. It isn't all victory, however. Defeat comes hard and agonizingly to the young Eagles. But through their loss also comes a sense of conquest. For they have obtained a private triumph that will not disappear with the diminishing crowds. They have gained an experience from their attempts and even their failures, an experience that will direct them toward future victories and somehow mark the formation of character in the ideals epito- mized by the Eisenhower men. g g r ,. ' : I, ii ff - f i Yan - i lf ' - 1964 EAGLE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 1 1 Frederick 8 Eisenhower Sept. 18 Hirshi 8 Eisenhower Sept. 25 Burlcburnett 6 Eisenhower Oct. 2 Ada 66 Eisenhower Oct. 9 Hobart 22 Eisenhower Oct. 16 El Reno 0 Eisenhower Oct. 23 Altus 27 Eisenhower Oct. 30 Moore 0 Eisenhower Nov. 6 Chickasha 7 Eisenhower Nov 13 Anadarko 6 Eisenhower Nov. 20 Elk City 6 Eisenhower State Semi Finals Star Spencer 30 Eisenhower 12 Shaw plunges through Moore. TOP ROW: Rick Bridges, Howard Choate, Larry Choate, Jerry Churchwell, Richard Dean, Mike Fraser, Chuck Graybill. SECOND ROW: Leroy Hicks, David Holland, Richard Horton, Andy Humble, Keith Jennings, Bill Lantz, Mike McCracken. FRONT ROW: Chris Masterson, Richard Maxberry, Carry Mead, Stan Prock, Gerald Red Elk, Tony Reese, Herminio Rios. I50 BACK ROW: Melvin Slough, James Ballard, Mike Fraser, Bobby Carter, Steve Barnes, Bill Langfitt, Steve Twaddle, Mike Scher. SECOND ROW: Mike Newawn, Steve Abla, Steve Bentley, Ron Rulison, Rod Hayes, Sam Harper, Dennis Chappabitty, Robert Terrell. FRONT ROW: Skipper Bennett, Ed Carter, Rick Woodall, David Holliday, Larry Mahamed, Cary Torres, Randy Bridges. Eagle pass-off. TOP ROW: Buddy Scbow, George Sellers,'Pete Sharp. Number one back gets blitzed. SECOND ROW: .lim Shaw, Gene Taylor, Jimmy Terrell. FRONT ROW: Dale Watts, Larry Wheeler, Ron Williams. ! COACHES Preston Holsinger, Don Salmon, Alfred Braddy, Jim PhillipsiAthletic Director, Jerry Moon, Bobby Pollan. High School Football We take this opportunity to recognize the boys and coaches of this year's football team. Taking away an eight-game win, one tie, and only two losses for this season, the high school Eagles have made a clear and lasting impression on the history of E.H.S. This year was marked by a broad sweep of victory until the final game with Oklahoma City,s Star-Spencer. Here, in the state semi-finals contest, we swallowed the first bitter pill of defeat. l. Horton rips through Chickasha. Reese fights for ball at Ada. L 3 I! 1 Mid-game tumble with Hirshi. Reese fights off pursuit. Both teams reach for ball Sellers lends personal support from sideline. ir Taylor Puuses for ice ut Elk City. Tanglc at E1 Reno. Final hand shake marks spirit of sportsmanship Bridges clears path for Sellers. .K .V l m , W. I , -'H iQ , 7 -' af ' "' A ga . " 1- 11 :f " 1 f'Ff. 'S ' V , F' t " ' ' "Wil t "" .iii " .m f aafs'f 1 .sa' -s' ,' ":s11.' ,,.5' .. 23. 3 M ' , ' ' ' , .. ,,h, , U,,.L, .a ,i,,. . 45 5 331 1:2 211 EZ? . 4 . - Y . I i a -f . .....m. M., .Z .V . Uagf. f ,-: . ,qw 'fs 41, we -. 1 1 - M' .' A-" f .. H - V ' "f f "f W- V- 1 -, J J - If f - Y " t K i t 1. 2 , ' M , mlm f' f J - swf? :rip ,Sf - 4T"'f ' .f 4 at K I Q, ' f ,1 159' f, K gfpiyfhwf 3 .-1 ..,.. 'imgffa gwf 'z-.-1. - - ' ' , of 1- 'Hawk x I9 ,A s A . :34g g , i:! 1 -. 1. A- wk- wf..-7.-Nagzzsstwf - Y - - ,,- .7 - ww ,. sw f age" arg? a s Y -' ,. 1 1+ 3 J .fa f ,, K -fiyfiisi AQMQW.-PaFKL?Cws "gg . r ai COACHES TRAINERS Rex Conners, George Roszypal, Greg Hudson. Junior High Football The Junior High Athletic Department has demonstrated their strong capabilities this year through the victories Jerry Strickland, Jerry Wilson gained and sportsmanship-exemplified in the players themselves. We have considerable confidence in the future high school teams of Eisenhower and in the zealous spirit surrounding the football season. Due credit must he acknowledged toward Coaches Jerry Jeffrey, Kenneth White, Jerry Strickland, and Jerry Wilson. EIGHTH GRADE BACK ROW: John Tl1ompson,' Donald Davis, Tom Higginhottham, Alan Leslie, Mike Whitinan, George Romero, Barry Gates, 'Donald Bynum. SECOND ROW: Doug Caldwell, Tommy Fraser, Steve Riggs, David Smith. FRONT ROW: Larry Raynes, George Norris, Jim Dunn, Joe COACH KENNETH WHITE Champouillon. Anas. 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A., ,r -. , . , f ff-A ,-'V+ ,- . -,gy ,,,- wr . , A ' my 'M' - 1 , , , F1-f ' 1 - 3,-M551 'A -. . -.--sw f- Q. i A BACK ROW: Lester Clement, Lindell Nesbitt, Murray Rogers, Jim Fraser, Bob Randolph, Robert Regan, Paul Craig, Lyn Wilke. SECOND ROW: James Larkins, Jake Black, Leo Papson, Johnny Thompson, Alan Leslie, Jeff Johnson, David Scruggs, Buzz Jensen, Johnny Butler. FRONT ROW: David Smith, Joe Champoillon, Terry Watson, Tommy Higginbottham, Bobby Perry Barry Cates, Jim Dunn, Larry Cilletts. Freshman Schedule 1964 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 10 I6 Sept. Tomlinson - Eisenhower 0 Sept. 17 Duncan -1.8 Eisenhower 0 Sept. 24- Altus 30 Eisenhower 0 Oct. 1 Anadarko 6 Eisenhower 12 Oct. 3 Central 32 Eisenhower 0 Oct. 13 Ardmore 26 Eisenhower 12 Oct. 20 Clinton 1-l Eisenhower 8 Oct. 28 Chickasha 6 Eisenhower 12 Nov. 10 Douglas 16 Eisenhower 0 SEVENTH GRADE BACK ROW: Lloyd Reynolds, Bob Cantwell, Clyde Newman, David Griffin, Larry McDonald, Jerry Hedrick. SECOND ROW: Jackie Davis, Mark Kelly, Martin Rankin, Bill Boone, David COACH Coffin, Jeff Camp, Richard Holiday. FRONT ROW: Ricky Bell, Johnny McCaskill, James Ben- JERRY JEFFREY nett, Cliff Merrell. l57 I BACK ROW: Rod Hayes, Skip Mitchell, Tony Reese, Bobby Carter, Charles Kaiser, Mac Bentley, Carl Atkins. FRONT ROW Melvin Kerchee, Steve Cagle, Larry Roland, Richard Allen, Edwin Gonzalez. Basketball COACHES Dec Alfred Braddy, Bobby Pollan Dec Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Frederick Altus Altus El Reno Altus Burkburnett Frederick Anadarko Moore Harding Edmond Vernon Chickasha Burkburnett Moore El Reno Chickasha Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower Eisenhower TRAINERS: Dennis Wiechman, Ray Gonzales, Lindell Kay BOBBY CARTER BILL .IOINER BILL LANGFITT STAN LEWIS CHRIS MASTERSON NICK MILLER . -7 A 4 1L4R SI Qi I 151 I CLARK RULISON MIKE MONTGOMERY ,, 43 55, ' 1, 2- , I . K ff' f ri' Q, vw, ' .- J' A 4 W- :Tiff , If 5 TOM RYAN JIM PRICE ,- 'fl X I X If A IS I : 5:5 1 I I i J: ' f , V 1 A M A va my: . , J 51 I 57 I I. I M' x , sf ' I if Mb f an I A M 353 I 2 gf 5 ,. as ,, hy KD 1 X - GERALD RED ELK LARRY ROLAND PETE SHARP ERNEST SHEPPARD BOBBY VERVER Lv by WZQ XHX 1 and w,, 5 I 1 R I Q z 1 N Masterson and Miller in healed combat. Price and Langfitt in close play against Anadarko. Price and Lewis intercede for ball. i A pause for action for Moore injury. Mastorson shows form in final quarter with Anadarko Cross Countr Track Willie Rios, Dave Schroder, Bob Thompson. FRONT ROW: Joe Harvey, Jim Rue, Leonard Cook CARROLL BOWMAN, COACH WILLIE RIOS FRESHMEN BACK ROW: Jo Ed Morris, Jeff Johnson, Paul Craig, Johnny Butler, Mike Dixon, Dan Stewart, Robert Randolf, Lynn Wilke, David Scruggs. -FRONT ROW: Jimmy Ritchie, Rex Connors, Larry Eaton, Jake Black, Mike Mahoney, Bobby Perry, Gary Fox. Junior High Basketball EIGHTH GRADE BACK ROW: Barry Gates, Alan Leslie, Buzzy Jensen, Richard Swales, Donald Bynum, Mike Whitman, W Robert Youngblood FRONT ROW: Danny Smith, Greg Hudson, Tommy Fraser, Edsel Anderson,'Fred Stewart. I64 Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec Jan. J an. Jan. J an. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb Feb Feb JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 27 Tomlinson Eisenhower 28 Douglass Eisenhower 1 Anadarko Eisenhower 4 Douglass Eisenhower 8 Burkburnett Eisenhower 10 Duncan Eisenhower 15 Tomlinson Eisenhower 17 Ardmore Eisenhower 18 Tomlinson Eisenhower 5 Anadarko Eisenhower 12 Douglass Eisenhower 14' Chickasha Eisenhower 19 Central Eisenhower 22 Ardmore Eisenhower 29 Chickasha Eisenhower 2 Tomlinson Eisenhower 2 Ardmore Eisenhower 5 Duncan Eisenhower 12 Central Eisenhower JERRY WILSON JERRY JEFFREY KENNETH WHITE SEVENTH GRADE BACK ROW: Clifford Merrell, Mark Kelly, Jerry Hedrick, Bob Cantwell, David Griffin, Mike Henry, Richard Smith, Wayne Sheppard J. L. Kay. FRONT ROW: Bill Boone, Pat Himes, James Bennett, Johnny McCaskill, David Hall, Ricky Bell. TASTEE FREEZ DRIVE INN I35l NW 53rd A group of The EHS. sfude f D A U SUMMER suPPuaM ENT 5W"'ER SUPPLEMENT T k ,. I , V K , ,J High School Baseball .iam MJ? l Q yr. HIGH SCHOOL IN ACTION Jr. High School Z i , -xmwfa 9 r n ! 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Q ,.,, , ..V,4,, 5. . . h ,C tiff '- B- V Q" 1 ' i,-..,,,,.,f H ,- X ' 4 ,,,,, . llg' W-.A :4'Pf iff ,i , .Lim- 23 V Q ii... .M , in , ,:,,f,,h.....f 4 W , , 771 .. ,... -1--21 -A -- -' ., 'H ,WV ,,,,..............--,.,----1-fu". i +Ni2'Mg.'Z+f-,, " ' .MM-W-W SENIOR AWARDS TOP ROXV: Ricky Bridges, "E" Club Bos! Athlutc Awardg Chuck Lytlc, Downtown Kiwanis Award, Elks Lodge Most Valnablt- Stud--nt Award, Gvorgu St-llers, Amcriran Legion Citizvn- ship Award, lilks Youth Leadership Award, Dwight David Eisc-nhosre-r Senior Si-holarshipg Daniel Boonv, Key Club Sandy N:-nuingf-r Award: Gout' Taylor, Serviccmcn's National Life Insuranrc Untetanding Svuior Athlete Award: Clark Rulison. Comanche County Xlrrdical So- vit-lv Clwmistry Award: Ted lluybaliil, Northwrst Kiwanis Creative Art Award, Elks Lodge Svhularsliip Awardg Buli Taniplfn, John Philip Son-a Award, BOTTOM ROW: Lana Gomez, American lmgioii Auxiliary Citizenfhip Award: Bi-tty Blarlvtt, Nvw Frontin-r Chaptt-r of Amr-rivan liusinrws Wm-nan Association Award, Barbara Bourn, Northwest Kiwanis Xlath Award, Entre Nous Clulw English Award: Kay Harris, University of Oklahoma l"rc'sident's Lrailrrsliip Awardg Xlargarcl Flaig, Future Homcmakcrs of America Club Awardg Cheryl llyvrs. Auxiliary to thc Comanvhv County Mvdiral Sociaty Chemistry Award, Ladies Auxiliary Vctrrans of Fort-ign Wars Pos! ll93: ln-nc Rhoden, Kappa Kappa Ioln Award to A Future' Tcnclif-r: Suv Jones, Elks Youth lmntl-frsliip Award-g Dt-hlriv Xlclman. Lawton-Fort Sill Branch of American Asso- ciation nf University Worm-n llc-len Cnvanauggh Carncy Award, Sheridan Kiwanis Speech Awards: Jinny Coffin, Sheridan Kiwanio Fpvcfrh Awards: Charla Bryson. City National Bank Arion Voral Nuaic Award. Thus the story of graduation draws near its climax . .. And each senior . . . rpmains , . , is suddenly aware . .. of just how little time Another door has closed, and the year '65 is completed. The past 1YlO1'llllS will linger in our memories always, With their rememlirances of happy and yet nostalgic moments We shared as a school. But with the tears of departure, we must also recognize the chal- lenge of the future. There are roads ahead still untraversed, dreams unrealized, Worlds unconquered. It will he the responsibility of each individual to meet these challenges with the high standards exemplified by the Eisenhower people. Adverti ing The enscribed name ulsawtoni' on our rings denotes the growing, bustling metropolis that encompasses Eisenhower. lt reminds us of a city that is al- ways on the move, always looking to the future and to greater heights and achievement. lt seems quite fitting and apropos that Eisenhower should be located in Lawton. Both names and synonymous with progress and high ideals. The following section of the 1965 Talon is devoted to the advertising of Lawton's merchants and businessmen. These business establishments are those that are interested in the enrichment of Lawton. They are also firms that are looking to the future. They realize that the students of today are their customers of tomorrow. Thus, they are eager to have you become familiar with their firms and the services that they have to offer. Many of the places of business that are included in this section will be familiar to our students. They are, perhaps, places that you have frequented via business transactions. 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BASS, BARBARA-Tri-Hi-Y 63-645 Wolvcrettes 63- 645 L.H.S. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 32. Pres. 655 State Student Council Convention Host- ess 655 North Central Hostess 655 Thespian 63-64, Letter 655 Latin Club 63, Vice Pres. 645 Pep Club 63-655 Wizard of Oz Student Director 63, Time Out for Ginger Crew 645 N.F.L. 64-655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 124, 127, 134, 142, 143, 176, 139. BERRY, JUDY-Mixed Chorus Letter 63-645 Pep Club 655 F.H.A. 63-645 Student Council 64-655 Patriot Society Editor 655 French Club 63-645 N.H.S. 655 Talon Editor 65, Outstanding Student 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 101, 109, 125, 134, 140, 141, 142, 143, 176, 188. BISHOP, JIM-D.E.C.A. 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 33. 115. BLACK, LINDA-F.H.A. 2nd Vice Pres. 635 Pep Club 63-645 Thespian 63-64, Assistant Sec. 655 Time Out for Ginger Stage Crew 645 Speech Letter 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 33, 127. BONE, CHARLES-Latin Club 635 E.H.S. 63-65. Page 33. BOONE, DANIEL-L.H.S.. 63-645 E.H.S. 65. Page 33. BOURLAND, MICKEY-D.E.C.A. Club 65, L.H.S. 53, E.H.S. 55. Pages 33, 115. BOURN, BARBARA-Patriot Staff Feature Editor 635 Student of the Month 635 Honor Society 63-64, Treasurer 655 Student Aid Club 635 E.H.S. 63- 65. Pages 33, 125. BRIDGES, RICK-E Club 63-655 French Club 64- 655 Patriot Staff 655 Soph. Class Pres. 635 Foot- ball Letterman 63-655 All-Conference Quarterback: All-District Quarterback5 All-Area Quarterbackg All- State Quarterback5 Captain 655 Baseball Letterman 63-655 Basketball Letterman 63-645 Track 63-645 Stu- dent of the Month 645 Mixed Chorus 655 Folk Group 655 Student Council 63-645 Back of the Year 645 Player oi the Year 655 Athlete of the Ycar5 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 33, 116, 119, 140, 141, 148. BROWERS, SANDY-Pep Club 63-65, Vice Pres. 635 Soph. Class Reporter 635 Cheerleader 645 Thespian 64-655 Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 655 Student of the Month 645 Student Council 655 Student Council Hostess 655 Office 655 Queen Attendant 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 33, 107, 104, 127, 134, 171. BRYSON, CHARLA-Latin Club Historian 63, Pres. 645 Thespian 64-655 Pep Club 63-655 Student Council 64-655 Outstanding Latin Club Member 645 Student Council Convention Hostess 655 Mixed Chorus 63-65, Vive Pres. 64, Pres. 65, Girls Sex- tet 64, Girls Trio 65, High School Folk Singers 655 Christmas Play Student Director 655 Senior Class Sec.-Treas. 655 Outstanding Mixed Chorus Member 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 32, 34, 99, 112, 127, 132, 134, 144, 145. CAMPBELL, JOHN-E.H.S. 63-65. Page 34. CANTWELL, NANCY-E.H.S. 63-65. Page 34. CARR, CAROL-Thespian 635 Pep Club 63-645 Stenography Award 645 E.H.S. 63-65. Page 34. CARROLI., IKE-Band 63, Drum Major 64, 655 Key Club 63, Board of Directors 64, Pres. 655 Stu- dent Council 655 F.B.L.A. 655 Tennis 64, Track 645 L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 34, 122, 134, 185. CHAMPLIN, KIM-Student Council Treasurer 63, 64-655 Latin Club 635 Thespian 635 Cheerleader 63, Head Cheerleader 645 French Club 64-655 Queen Attendant 655 Student of the Month April 645 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 34, 104, 113, 133, 134, 183. CHILDERS, JEANNE-Honor Society 63-655 Girls Glee Club 635 Shorthand Award 645 L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 125. I90 Senior Index CHURCHWELL, JERRY-E Club 63-64, Vice Pres. 65, Outstanding Member 655 Key Club 635 Football Letterman 63-655 Basketball Letterman 63, 645 Base- ball Letterman 635 Track Letterman 63-655 All Area Team Football End 64-655 All-District End 655 All-Conference End 655 Time Out for Ginger Crew 645 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 34, 97, 116, 140, 141, 148, 179. CLARK, DENNIS-Vicenza High, Italy 63, Northside High, Ark. 64, E.H.S. 65. Page 34. COFFIN, JINNY-Student Council Parliamentarian 63, 655 Cheerleader 63-64, Head Cheerleader 655 Thespian 63, Vice Pres. 64, 655 The Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Brick and The Rose Csst 65, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 655 Nat'l Thespian Con- vention 645 Outstanding Thespian Member 645 Latin Club 63-645 Student of the Month 64, 655 N.F.L. 64-655 C.A.C. 655 North Central Student Activities Committee 655 Miss E.H.S. 655 Christmas Play Crew 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 34, 104, 124, 127, 132, 134, 135, 181. COOK, LEONARD-E Club 63-655 Track 63-645 E.H.S. 63-65. COOKE, RERNIE-E.H.S. 65. COOPER, JAMES-Northside High, Ark. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 35. COREY, EDDY-East Anchorage High, Alaska 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 35. CORLEY, MIKE-Latin Club 635 Key Club 63-64, Treasurer 655 French Club 645 Mixed Chorus Letter 64, 655 Quartet 64-65, Double Quartet 64-65, Folk Group 655 Christmas Play Cast 655 L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 54-65. Pages 35, 106, 122, 144, 145, 168, 170. CRABTREE, CAROL-French Club 64-655 Girls Glee Club 645 D.E.C.A. Club 655 E.H.S. 64-65. Page 35. CRAIG, DAVID-Football Letterman 63-645 E Club 63-655 Baseball Letterman 635 French Club 645 E.H.S. 63-65. Page 35. CROOK, KENT-E.H.S. 63-65. Page 35. DAVENPORT, DAVE-French Club 63-645 F.S.A. 655 De Ridder High, Louisiana 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 35. DIAZ, NORMA-Library 655 Music Letter 645 Typ- ing Award 635 L.H.S. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 35. DISEL, CHARLES-Basketball 645 F.S.A. 64-655 Latin Club 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 35, 120, 123, 169. DOUGLAS, CONNIE-French Club 635 Pep Club 63-645 Art Club 655 Thespian 645 Student. Council 635 Chorus Queen 635 Duncan High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 35, 114, 144. DRUMM, BRENT-L.H.S. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 35. DUNN, PEGGY-Art Club 63, Pres. 64, Vice Pres. 655 Pep Club 63-655 Spanish Club 63-645 Talon Staff Copy Editor 63-645 German Club Pres. 65. Out- standing Member 655 Student Council 63-655 Stu- dent of the Month April 645 .lunior Class Reporter 645 Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Crew 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 35, 98, 114, 121, 132, 134, 187. DUNNAGAN, MIKE-Vocal Music 63-655 Tammy Tell Me True Crew 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Page 36. DUSTIN, ROBIN-Thespian 63-645 Spanish Club 63, Sec. 645 Latin Club 635 Student Council 63- 645 Pep Club 635 Wizard ol Oz Cast 635 E.H.S. 63-65. Page 36. EATON, DAVID-Basketball Letterman 63-645 Base- ball Letterman 63-645 Soph. Class Vice Pres. 635 Student Council 645 Letterman's Club 63-645 Car Club 645 Parkland High, Texas 63-64, E.H.S. 65. EDWARDS, ROY-Latin Club 63-645 F.S.A. 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 36, 120. ELLEDGE, CHRIS-Key Club 635 Speech Letter 63-655 Best Thespian Award 635 Outstanding Speech Member 645 National Thespian Convention 645 Student of the Month April, 645 Student of the Month January, 655 North Central Student Activities Committee 655 Student Council 64-65, Outstanding Member 655 Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Brick and The Rose Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 36, 96, 108, 109, 127, 134, 185. EUSTICE, GINGER-Art Club 63-655 F.H.A. 63- 64, E.H.S. 65. EPPLER, MARY-F.H.A 635 F.B.L.A. 655 Mal- vern High 63, L.H.S. 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 36, 117. EUSTICE, GINGER-Art Club 63-655 F.H.A. 63- 655 E.H.S. 63-55. 1-'1N1.1iY, GAIL-Pep Club R, Thespian as-55, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Crew 655 Speech Letter 645 Library 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 36, 127. FLAIG, MARGARET-Pep Club 63-655 French Club 63-645 F.H.A. 63-64, lst Vice Pres. 655 Art Club 63-655 Tri-Hi-Y 635 L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 36, 113, FOSTER, CYNDA-French Club 63-645 Mixed Cho- rus 63-655 Girls Glee Club 63-655 Pep Club 63- 645 Patriot 635 Student Council 645 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 36, 144. FOUNTAIN, DYGHT-German Club 655 Fmnkfurt High, Germany 635 L.H.S. 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 121. FRANKLIN, MACKALYN-Latin Club Sec. 635 Pep Club 63-655 Patriot Staff 635 Thespian 63-655 N.F.L. 63-655 Nat'l Thespian Convention 645 Wiz- ard of Oz Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Brick and The Rose Student Director 645 State Student Council Convention Hostess 65, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 36, 124, 127. FRITH, MICHAEL-Journalism Club 635 Wolfcall Staff 635 Wurzburg High 63, L.H.S. 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 36, 112. FROST, GLORIA-F.H.A. 63-645 Art Club 635 D.E.C.A. 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 37, 115. GATES, DAMON-French Club Historian 63, Re- porter 64-655 Football, Track Manager 655 E Club 64-655 F.S.A. Club 64-655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 37, 116, 119, 120. GILLILAND, DAVE-Math Award 645 Basketball, Track 635 French Club 635 N.H.S. 64-655 F.S.A. 64, Vice Pres. 655 Art Club 64, Reporter 65, Award 645 Wurzburg High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 37, 112, 114, 120, 125, 171, 181, 188. GOMEZ, LANA-Pep Club 63-64, Vice Pres. 655 Latin Club Pres. 655 Spanish Club 64-655 Vocal Music Letter 63-645 Student Council 63-655 Talon Editor 645 N.H.S. 64, Pres. 655 C.A.C. 64, Vice Pres. - 655 State Student Council Convention Dele- gate 63-655 North Central Student Activities Com- mittee 655 Vocal Music Outstanding Member 645 Trio 63-645 Student of the Month 63-655 F.S.A. 64-655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 120, 125, 126, 132, 134, 135, 144, 145. GONZALEZ, JUAN-Spanish Club Vice Pres. 64, Pres. 65, Outstanding Member 655 Student Council 655 Basketball 63-655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 37, 98, 126, 134. GREENWALL, GARY-A.V. Club 62-635 F.S.A. 655 Spanish Club 655 Kaiserlautern High, Germany 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 37. GUSTAFSON, LUDWIG-E.H.S. 64. HALD, DEBI-Pep Club 63-655 Thespian 63, Sec. 64. 655 French Club 64-655 Patriot Staff 635 Stu- dent Council 635 Nat'l Thespian Convention 645 The Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Brick and the Rose Cast 64, Diary of Anne Frank Stage Manager 65, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 655 Queen Attendant 655 E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 37, 104, 119, 127, 128, 109. HALL, HAROLD-Lee High, Virginia 63, Leilehua High, Hawaii 64, E.H.S. 65. HARGREAVES, ROBERT-Baseball Letter 63: Bas- ketball, Track 63: Ft. Knox High, Kentucky 63, L.H.S. 64, E.H.S. 65. Page 37. HARPER, CAROLYN-Art Club Sec. 63: Outstand- ing Patriot Member 64: N.H.S. 63-64: Pep Club 63- 64: Patriot Staff Assistant Editor 63-64: Junior Class Sec. 64: Soph. Class Sec. 63: Student of the Month 63: E.H.S. 63-64. Page 37. HARRIS, KAY-Student Council 63-65: N.H.S. 64-65: Pep Club 63: Choir 64: TransAtlantic Asso- ciation of Student Councils Delegate 63-64: French Club 65: Senior Class Vice Pres. 65: Student of the Month 63-65: Berlin Music Convention 64: Dormitory Council Sec. 63: Poitiers High, France 63, Verdun High, France 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 32, 37, 108, 125, 134, 176, 189. HAUPERT, CAROLINE-Student Council 63: Li- brary 63: Mixed Chorus 63-64: F.B.L.A. 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 37, 117. HEARN, BETTY-Pep Club 63-64: Vocal Music 63: D.E.C.A. Club 65: L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 38, 115. HENSLEY, DIANNE-Student Council 63-64: Pep Club 63, Pres. 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 114. HICKS, LEROY-E Club 63-64, Sec.-Treasurer 65: Football Letterman 64-65: Basketball Letterman 63-64: Baseball Letterman 63-65: Patriot Staff Sports Editor 65: Queen Escort 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 116, 124, 140, 141, 148, 173. HILL, OLLIE-Library 63: Girls Glee Club 63-64: D.E.C.A. Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 112, 115. HOLLAND, DAVID-E Club 63, Pres. 64-65: Track Letterman 63: Key Club 63: Football Let- terman 63-65, Tri Captain 65: All-District End, All-Conference End 65 : Student Council 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 104, 108, 116, 134, 148, 179. HORST, DONA-Thespian 63-64: Student Council 63-64: Cheerleader 63: Pep Club 64: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Brick and The Rose Cast 64: E.H.S. 63-64. Page 38. HORTON, RICHARD-E Club 63, Reporter 64, 65: Baseball Letterman 63: Football Letterman 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 112, 116, 148, 152, 171, 176, 188. HULL, JAMES-Band 63: Baseball 63-64: D.E.C.A. Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 115. HUMBLE, ANDY-E Club Sergeant at Arms 63-65: Football Letterman 63-65: Track Letterman 63-65: Queen Escort 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 104, 116, 148, 173, 183. HUTSON, BILL-Talon Staff 63-64: Art Club 63- 64: Key Club 63-64: French Club 64-65: Thespian 64-65: Time Out For Ginger Cast 64, The Brick and the Rose Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65: Student Council 64, Reporter 65: State Student Council Convention Delegate 64: State Student Council Convention Host 65: Student of the Month 64: Junior Class Pres. 64: Nat'l Thespian Conven- tion 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 38, 107, 109, 119, 126, 134. 176. IGARTA, STEVE-French Club 63: Baseball 64: L.H.S. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 39. JAMES, BRENDA-French Club 64-65: F.B.L.A. 65: E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 39, 117, 119. JOHNSON, FRANK-Band 63: Football 63: Bas- ketball 63-64: German Club 63: Patriot Staff Club Editor 65: Munich High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 39, 141, 182. JONES, SUE-Pep Club 63-65: Head Cheerleader 63: Thespian Club 63-65: Speech Letter 64: Speech Award 64: French Club 64-65: Student Council Sec. 63, Pres. 64, 65: State Student Convention Delegate 64: Girls State 64: Assistant Sec. O.A.S.C. 65: Nat'l Student Council Convention 64: Student of the Month Oct. 64, Student of the Month Nov. 65: Brick and the Rose Cast 64, Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Tammy Tell Me True Crew 65, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 65: Nat'l Thespian Convention 64: C.A.C. 64-65: North Central Student Activities Committee 65: F.S.A. 65: N.F.L. 65: No. 1 in State Radio 64: Senior Class Pres. 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 32, 39, 107, 109, 119, 120, 124, 126, 134, 135, 175, 186. KEA, FRED-Student Aid 63: Spanish Club 64, 65: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Wizard of Oz Crew 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 39, 126. KEITH, LYNN-Thespians 63-65: Pep Club 64 : F.S.A. Sec.-Treasurer 64-65 : Student Council 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 39, 120, 127, 134. KING, GEORGE-E.H.S. 64. KING, PATRICIA-Sweetheart Queen 63: German Club 63: Sky Club 63: V.C.Y. Club 63: Art Club 63: Mixed Chorus 63-64: French Club 64-65: F.H.A. 65: Lake High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 39, 119. KINNEBREW, JEROME-Band 63-64: F.S.A. 65: Yukon High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 39, 120. KOEHN, ANN-Pep Club 63-64: Thespian 63-65: Bull in a China Shop Crew 63, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Crew 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 39, 127. LAWRENCE, KAREN-French Club 63-64: Pep Club 64: Thespian 63-65: F.B.L.A. 65: Patriot Staff 63-64: Library 65: Shorthand Award 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 39, 117, 127. LESLIE, LYNN-Pep Club 63-64: Thespian Clerk 63-64, 65: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Lights 65: North Central Student Hostess 65: Spanish Club 64: E.H.S. 63- 65. Pages 39, 107, 127. LITTLEFIELD, CHARLOTTE-Art Club 63: Thes- pian 64-65: Pep Club 63, Sec.-Treasurer 64, 65: Patriot Staff Editor 63, Business Manager 64: Student of the Month Oct. 64: Student Council 63- 65: Spring Dance Chairman 63-64: Nat'l Thespian Convention 64: Bull in a China Shop Cast 64. Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Brick and the Rose Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Lights 65, Diary of Anne Frank Stage Manager 65: Student of the Month Ian. 65: North Central Student Ac- tivities Committee 65: State Student Council Con- vention Square Dance Chairman: Office 65: Talon Staff Class Editor 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 40, 127, 142, 143, 176, 186. LOVEALL, BARBARA-D.E.C.A. Club Vice Pres. 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 40, 115. LOWMAN, KENT LYTLE, CHUCK-Thespian 63-65: Outstanding Speech Student 64: N.F.L. 64-65: Spanish Club Treasurer 64, Outstanding Member 64: Nat'l Thes- pian Convention 64: N.H.S. 64-65: Mixed Chorus Letter 63: Student Council Reporter 64, Pres. 65: State Student Council Convention Delegate 65: C.A.C. 65: North Central Activities Committee 65: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Brick and The Rose Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 65: Student of the Month Sept. 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 40, 107, 124, 125, 127, 134, 135, 189. MCCARRON, SANDRA-Baseball, Volleyball 63: Frankfurt High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 40. McCLURE, DALE-D.E.C.A. Club 65: Altus High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 40, 115. McDONOUGH, PAT-N.H.S. 63-65: Band 63, Pres.-Student Director 64-65: All State Band 63: French Club 64-65: F.S.A. 64-65: Student Coun- cil 64: N.H.S. Outstanding Member 64: C.A.C. 64-65: Boy's State Delegate 64: Nat'l Merit Scholar- ship Finalist 64: Student of the Month Dec. 63, Oct. 64: Talon Editor 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 40, 143, 176. McKINNEY, DON-Page 40. McLEAN, DEBORAH-Thespian 63-65: N.F.L. 64- 65: Outstanding Speech Student 63: Outstanding Thespian Member 65: Nat'l Thespian Convention 64: Student Council Convention Hostess 65: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Brick and the Rose Crew 65, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 65: E.H.S. 63, Leavenworth High 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 40, 96, 124, 127, 185. MAHONY, JUDY-Pep Club 63-65: Thespian As- sistant Sec. 63, 64-65: Spanish Club Vice Pres. 63, Sec. 65: Patriot Staff Assistant Editor 63: Student Council 65: Student Council Convention Hostess 65: Time Out for Ginger Student Director 64, Brick and the Rose Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 65: E.H.S. 63- 65. Pages 40, 107, 123, 127, 134. MALONE, ANNETTE-E.H.S. 63-64. Page 41. MARLETT, BETTY-Office 63: Pep Club 63: Stu- dent Council 63-65: Mixed Chorus 63-64: Girls Glee Club Pres. 63, 64: F.B.L.A. Treasurer 65: Music Letter 64: Outstanding Achievement in Bookkeeping 64, Shorthand 64, Typing 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 41, 117, 134. MARTIN, LONNIE-Spanish Club Reporter 63, 64: Thespian Sec. 63, 64: Pep Club 63: Patriot Staff Fashion Editor 63: F.B.L.A. 65: D.E.C.A. Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 41, 117. MAYES, JOHNNY-Key Club 64-65: Thespian 65: F.B.L.A. Pres. 65: Outstanding Member 65: Tammy Tell Me True Crew 65: Student Council 65: North Central Host 65: L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 41, 100, 117, 126, 171, 176, 181. MEAD, DAVID-Art Club 63: Key Cllm Board of Directors 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 41. MILLER, NICK-E Club 65: Basketball 65: Rocky High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 41, 161, 159. MOORE, RIA-Latin Club 63: F.H.A. 63-64: Music Letter 63: Mixed Chorus 63: Thespian 64-65: N.H.S. 64-65: Third Place Hire The Handicapped Contest 65: Brick and the Rose Crew 64, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, The Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 41, 112, 127, 171. MORRIS, SAM-Latin Club 63-64: E Club 63- 65: Basketball Letterman 63-64, 65: Golf 63-65: Queen Escort 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 41, 104, 116, 179. MORRIS, SUSY-Pep Club 63-64, Treasurer 65: Latin Club Vice-Pres. 63, Treasurer 64: Patriot Staff 63: Thespian Vice Pres. 63, 64-65: Student Council Vice-Pres. 63, 64-65: Tri Hi Y 65: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Stage Man- ager 64, Tammy Tell Me True Stage Manager 65, Diary of Anne Frank Lights 65: Speech Letter 65: Tennis Team 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 41, 127, 128, 132, 134. MUELLER, CHERYL-Student Council 63: Drama Club 63: Red Cross 63: G.A.A. Letter 63: Library 63: Pep Club 64-65: Office 64-65: F.B.L.A. 65: Vicenza High, Italy 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 41, 118, 132. MUNOZ, NANCY-Pep Club 63-65: Spanish Club 63-64: Student Council 63-65: Shorthand Award 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 41. MYERS, CHERYL-Student of the Month 64: Time Out for Ginger Cast 64: Tarnmy Tell Me True Crew 65: Student Council Convention Hostess 65: Student Council 65: N.H.S. Sec. 65: F.S.A. 65: Killeen High, Texas 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 41, 120, 125, 134, 169, 177. MYERS, KATHLEEN-F.H.A. Pres. 63, 64-65: Talon Staff Layout Editor 63: Pep Club 63: Stu- dent Council 63: F.B.L.A. 65: Office 64: Out- standing Achievement in Typing 64, Shorthand 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 42, 117. MYERS, WALTER-E.H.S. 63-65. Page 42. NASH, ROSS-Spanish Club 63-64: Baseball 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 42. NELLES, LARRY-Soph. Class Pres. 63: Band 63- 64: Wbo's Who 63-64: Basketball Letterman 63- 64, Football Letterman 63-64, Track Letterman 63- 64: Weleetks High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 42. OWENS, ROBERT-Art Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 42. PATTON, TERRY-Key Club 63-64: Baseball 63, 65: Basketball 63: L.H.S. 63-64: E.H.S. 65. Page 42. PIPER, EARLENE-F.H.A. 63: Girls Glze Club 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 42. PIPER, HELEN-r.H.A. 64: shorthand Mum 64: E.H.S. 6a-65. Page 42. PLUMLEE, BETTY-Mixed Chorus Letter 63: D.E.C.A. Club Treasurer 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 42. 115. POLING, DONALD--Key Club 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 42. RADCLIFF, LINDA-Library 63: Pep Club 63-64: Mixed Chorus 63: Thespian 63-65: Wizard of 02 Cast 63, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: N.F.L. 64: Speech Letter 65: Patriot Staff 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 124, 140, 177. I9I RAINES, JUDIKAY-Thcspian 64, Sec. 65: Pep Club 63-65: Spanish Club 63-65: Talon Staff Class Editor 63, Layout Editor 64: Muslc Letter 63, Mixed Chorus 65: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Bull in a China Shop Cast 64, The Brick and the Rose Crew 64, Tammy Tell Me True Student Director 65, Diary of Anne Frank Crcw 65: Student of the Month 64: Nat'l Thcspian Convention 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 124, 126, 127, 132, 134. RANDOLPH, CANDEE-N.H.S. 63-65: Band 63-64: F.H.A. 63-64: Jr. Class Play Cast 63: Girl State 64: French Club 65: Anadarko High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 43, 125. REYNOLDS, FAY-Thcspian 63, Sec. 64: Pep Club 63: F.l-I.A. 63: Student Council 63: Wizard of Os Cast 65, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64: D.E.C.A. Sec. 65, Outstanding Member 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 100, 115, 183. RHOADS, G. K.-Mixed Chorus 63: French Club 64-65: F.S.A. 64-65: Student Council 64: Track 64: Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 120, 183. RHODEN, IRENE-F.H.A. Sec. 63: Patriot Staff 63, Society Editor 64: Thcspian 63-64: N.H.S. 63- 64: Office 63: Student Council Sec. 64, 65: Pep Club 64: Shorthand Award 64: D.E.C.A. Pres. 65, D.E.C.A. Sweetheart 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 115, 144. RICH, BARBARA-Broxtou High, Okls. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 134. RICHARDSON, DONNA-Thespian 64-65: Nat'l Thesplan Convention 64: French Club 64: Mixed Chorus 63-65: Brick and The Rose Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cust 65, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65, Christmas Play Cast 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 43. 144. RIDGEWAY, VALERIE-Chorus 63: Pep Club 64- 65: Durham High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 43. RIOS, HERMINIO-Spanish Club 63: Football Let- terman 63-64: Block S Club Vice Pres. 64: Wres- tling, Track Letterman 64: E Club 65: South Central All-Stars Football 65: Sunset High 63, Junction City High 64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 116, 148. ROPER, MARTHA-Pep Club 63-64: I-'.H.A. 63- 64, Pres. 65: Thcspian 63-64: Spanish Club 63- 64: Talon Staff Editor 63: Student Council 63, 65: Bull in a China Shop Cast 64: N.F.L. 64: Student of the Month Oct. 64: Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 65: F.H.A. Outstanding Member 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 98, 118, 134. ROSCOE, GLENDA-Pep Club 63: F.H.A. lst Vice Pres. 63, Pres. 64, Board Member 65: Student Council 64: D.E.C.A. Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 115, 118. RULISON, CLARK-Soph. Class Treasurer 63: Student Council 63: Gcrman Club 63: Football Letterman 63: Soccer Letterman 63: Basketball Letterman 63-65: Lettermen's Club 63: E Club 64-65: N.H.S. 64-65: Patriot Staff 65: Student of the Month Dec. 65: Kreuznach High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 43, 116, 125, 140, 141, 182, 159. RUSSELL, PAT-Pep Club 63: Art Club Vlca Pres. 63, 64, Pres. 65: Latin Club 63-64: French Club 65: Talon Staff Sports Editor 63, Lay-Out Editor 64: Thcspian 64-65: Student Council 65: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64: Art Award 63- 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 43, 100, 114, 119, 127, 134. 172. RUYBALID, TED-Band 63: Yearbook Staff 63: Art Club Historian 65: Patriot Art Editor 64-65: Talon Activities Editor 65: Student ol thc Month 64: Ludwigsburg High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 44, 112, 114, 140, 141, 142, 143, 167, 171, 180, 181, 188. RYAN, TOM-German Club 63: Track Letterman 63: Basketball 64: Basketball Letterman 65: Ludwlgsburg High 63, Northside High 64: E.H.S. 65. Page 159. SALAS, RICKY-Student Council 63: E Club 63, Vice Pres. 64, 65: Key Club 63: Football Let- terman 63: Baseball Letterman 63-65: Basketball 64: Art Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 114, 116. SAPP, ROY-Vocal Music 63, Letterman 64-65: Key Club 63: Basketball 63: Baseball 63: Latin Club 64: Boy's Quartet 64-65: Christmas Play Cast 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 144, 145. SAVAGE, LARRY-Nat'1 Thcspian Convention 64: E Club 63-65. Football Letterman 63-64: Track 63: Baseball 64: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Bull in a China Shop Crew 64, The Brick and the 192 Rose Cast 64: Patriot Staff 65: Thcspian 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 116, 126, 140, 141, 181, 183. SAWYER, SELENA-E.H.S.'63-64. Page 44, 118. SCHAEFER, STEPHEN-French Club 63-64: Thes- pian 63-64: Wizard of Oz Crew 63, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Christmas Play 65: E Club 64- 65: Football 63, Letterman 64-65: Track 63-64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 116, 127. SCHEFFLER, RODNEY-Kcy Club 63: Art Club 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 44. SCHER, MICHAEL-Bowling Club 64: Spanish Club 64: N.H.S. 64: Key Club 65: Football 65: L.H.S. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 44, 122, 149. SELLERS, GEORGE-Student Council 63, Treas- urer 64, Parlismentarian 65: Student Council Con- ,vention Delegate 63-65: Spanish Club 63-65: N.H.S. 64-65: E Club 63-65: Youth Week Outstand- ing Student 64-65: Student of the Month 63, 64: Opera 65: Mixed Chorus Letterman 63, 65: Bas- ketball Lctterman 63: Baseball Letterman 63: Track 63-65: All-Conference Football 65: All-District: North Central Student Activities Committee 65: C.A.C. 65: Boy's State 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 104, 106, 116, 125, 126, 134, 135, 144, 145, 149, 179, 183. SHACKELFORD, .IIM-Latin Club 63-64: Visual Aid 63: I",S.A. Club 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 120, 180. SHADE, DONNA--French Club 63-64: Thcspian 63-65: Wizard of Oz Cast 63, Tammy Tell Me True Crew 65, Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65, Christmas Play Cast 64: Speech Letter 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 44, 127. SHAW, JAMES-E Club 63-65: Student Council 63: Football Letterman 63-65: Basketball Letter- man 63-64: Track Letterman 63: Golf Letterman 63-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 45, 116, 148, 149. SHORT, SANDRA-Red Cross 63-64: Pcp Club 63- 64: Germsn Club 63: G.A.A. 63-64: Newspaper Staff 64: Typing Award 63: Short.hand Award 64: Kaiserslautern High 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Page 45, SKINNER, LARRY-Art Club Reporter 64, E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 45, 114. SMITH, CHERYL-Pep Club 63, 64, Pres. 65: G.A.A. 63: F.T.A. 63: Thespian 64-65: Student Council 65: Tammy Tell Me True Crew 65, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: Senior Class Reporter 65: Girl of the Month Pep Club 63, Outstanding Member 65: Cheerleader 63: Laughbon High Wash. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 32, 45, 101, 127, 132, 134, 171. 172. SMITH, RANDY--Spanish Club Pres. 63: Thcspian 63-64: Wizard of Oz Crew 63, Time Out for Ginger Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, The Brick and The Rose Cast 65: North Central Host 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 45, 107, 109. SMITH, VINCENT-Soph. Pres. 63: Patriot Staff Editor 64-65: Student Council 64: Key Club 64- 65: E Club 64-65: Thcspian 64-65: N.F.L. 64, Clerk 65: Track Letterman 64-65: Brick and The Rose Cast 65, Tammy Tell Mo True Cast 65: Talon Staff Advertising Editor 65: C.A.C. 65: Stu- dent of tha Month Oct. 65: St. Mary's High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 45, 101, 107, 109, 116, 122, 124, 126, 135, 140, 141, 142, 176, 186. SP1l.I.E, ROBYN-French Club 63: Pep Club 63: Mixed Chorus 63: Shorthand Award 64: Olfics 65: Nurnburg High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 45. SPRADLIN, SANDY-E.H.S. 65. STANDRIDGE, TREVOR-E Club 63-65: Spanish Club 64: Track Letterman 64-65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 45, 116, 185 STODOLA, ROLAND-Drama Club 64: Ludwigs- burg High, Germany 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 45. 108. STONE, RICKY-Operetta Cast 63: Mixed Chorus 63-64: Duncan High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 45, 172. SWANK, MICKY-Band 63-65, All-State Band 64: F.S.A. 64-65: Band Pres. 65: Student Council 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Page 45. TAMPLEN, BOB-Spanish Club 63-64: Band Lat- terman 63-65, Pres. 65: Baseball 64: Student Council 65 : All-District Honor Band 65 : Ku- basaki High 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 45, 130, 131,134-. TAYLOR, GENE--French Club 63, Vice Pres. 64: E Club 63, Sec. 64, Reporter 65: Student of the Month Sept. 63: Football Letterman 63-65: All- District, All-Conference, All-Area 65: Basketball Letterman 63-64: Track Letterman 63-65: Key Club Sec.-Treasurer 63: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 46, 116, 149, 153, 179. TEDDER, FRANK-Key Club 63, Board of Direc- tors 64, Vice Pres. 65: Art Club Treasurer 63: Key Club Outstanding Member 64: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 46, 108, 115, 122, 182, 188. TERRELL, JIMMY-Latin Club Treasurer 63: Football Letterman 63-65: E Club 63-65: Key Club 63: Track 63: Baseball 64: E.H.S.'63-65. Pages 46, 116, 149. THOMAS, MIKE-Page 46. THOMPSON, MIKE-Mixed Chorus 63-64, Boy's Quartet 63-64: Talon Staff Assistant Editor 63, Ad- vertising Salesman 64: Student Council 63-64: Thcspian 64, Vice Pres. 65: Junior Class Vice Prcs. 64: Outstanding Talon Member 64: Timo Out for Ginger Cast 64, Bull in s China Shop Cast 64, Tammy Tell Me True Cast 65, Brick and the Rose Cast 64, Diary of Anne Frank Cast 65: Nat'l Thes- pian Convention 64: N.H.S. Vice Pres. 65, Out- standing Mcmber 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 46, 99, 125, 127, 188. TOWNSEND, JIM-French Club 63-64: N.H.S. 64- 65: F.S.A. Pres. 64-65, Outstanding Member 65: Student of the Month Feb. 64: Student Council 64-65: Talon Staff Photographer 65: Patriot Staff Photographer 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 46, 98, 120, 125, 134, 140, 141, 142, 174, 176, 182. VERVER, BOBBY-Key Club 63: Patriot Staff Sports Editor 63: Basketball 63, 64-65 Letter- man: Football 63-64: E Club 64-65: Student Coun- cil Convention Host 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 46, 116, 159. WATSON, MORRIS-F.F.A. 63: Palo Duro High, Texas 63, Putnam High, 64, E.H.S. 65. Page 46. WHITE. BARBARA-Pep Club 64: F.H.A. 64: Soph. Class Reporter 64: Typing Award 64: N.H.S. 65: Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: E.H.S. 64-65. Page 46. WHITE, DANNY-Latin Club 63, 65: Track Team 64: F.S.A. 65: North Side High, Ark. 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 46, 120, 126. WHITE, DARLENA-French Club 63: U.H.S. 64- 65: Typing Award 64: Bookkeeping Award 64: F.B.L.A. Assistant Sec. 65: Student Council Con- vention Hostess 65: Grand Jct., Colo. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Pages 47, 117, 125, 134. WHITE, JUDY-Thcspian Pres. 63, 64-65: Student Council Reporter 63, Treasurer 65: Latin Club 63: Pep Club 63, 65: Tri Hi Y Vice Pres. 65: Queen Attendant 65: North Central Hostess: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 47, 104, 127, 128, 134, 188. WHITIS, PATRICIA-Student Council 63: F.H.A. 65: D.E.C.A. Historian 65: Frankfurt High, Ger- many 63-64, E.H.S. 65. Pages 47, 115. WIECHMAN, DENNIS-French Club Vice Pres. 63, Pres. 64, 65: E Club 63-65: F.S.A. 64-65: Student Council 63-64: Football-Basketball Trainer 63-65: Baseball 63-64: Queen Escort 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 47, 116, 119, 120. WILSON, JANETTE-Time Out for Ginger Crew 64: Thcspian 64-65: N.F.L. 65: Office 65: L.H.S. 63, E.H.S. 64-65. Page 47, 126. WILDER, CARLA-Drama Club 64-65: Latin Club 63: Y-Teens 63: The Mouse that Roared Cast 64: Drama Festival 64: Best Character Actress Award 64: Birmingham, Alabama 63-64, E.H.S. 65. WILLIAMS, SUSAN-Latin Club 63-64: Pep Club 63-65: Thcspian 63-65: German Club 65: Christmas Play Cast 63: Time Out for Ginger Crew 64, Tammy Tell Mc True Lights 65, Diary of Anne Frank Crew 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 47, 121, 127. WILSON, SANDRA-Mixed Chorus Letter 63: Pep Club 63-64: Spanish Club 63: Student Council 65: D.E.C.A. Club 65: E.H.S. 63-65. Pages 47, 115, 134. WYATT, RONNIE-T and I Club 63: D.E.C.A. Club 65: Duncan High 63, L.H.S. 64, E.H.S. 65. Page 47. 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Williams, D. 56, 119 Willianis, J. 56, 119 Williams, J. 56, 128, 133, 171 L. 56, 123, 125, 126, 128, 132 Williams, 1Vil1ian1s, P. 56, 125, 126 Williams, R. 116, 149 Wilson, R. 56, 120, 126, 127 Wingfiellll M. 56 Winters, J. 56 Wisdom, M. 56 Worthen, M. 56, 119, 126, 128, 132 Wren, K. 56, 117, 122 Yicral, K. 56, 119 Youngblood, S. 56, 132, 188 Zolbe, K. 121, 132 Abla, S. 119, 149 Adams, H. 58 Adams, J. 58 Adams, S. 58 Allen, C. 58, 128 Allen, D. 58 Amende, S. 59, 97, 119, 128 Anderson, K. 59, 118 Anthony, S. 58, 59, 124, 126, 127, 132, Austin, J. 59, 122, 130 Baker, K. 59, 119, 128, 132 Barnard, R. S9 Barnes, L. 59, 119 Barnes, S. 59, 122, 149 Barnwell, W. 59 Bartlett, F. 59, 118 Bassel, P. 58, 59, 97, 123, 128, 132 Bauer, L. 59 Baxter, D. 59 Beauchamp, R. 59 Bell, L. 59, 118, 130 Bell, Lyn 59, 119, 127, 128 Bender, B. 59 Bentley, M. 59 Bentley, S. 59, 122, 149 Bigham, B. 59 Bilbrey, C. 59, 118, 119 Bilbrey, M. 59, 123, 144 H 59 Billings, . Bishop, C. 59 Bishop, J. 115 Blake, B. 59 Bone, M. 59, 144 Boswell, J. 120 Bourland, D. 59, 122 Brantley, M. 59, 130 Bridges, R. 59, 119, 149 Brown, S. 126, 132, 144 Brox, D. 126, 127, 128, 133, 172 Bryant, K. 59, 123 Budd, D. 59 Cagle, S. 5 9, 119, 122 Cain, A. 59 Campbell, G. 59 Campbell, L. 60 Campbell, M. 60, 118 Campbell, R. 60 Cantwell, D. 60, 121 Carden, J. A. 60 Carter, B. 60, 132 Carter, Bobby 60, 116, 149, 159 Carter, E. 60, 119, 149 Castillo, A. 126 Cavanaugh, T. 58, 60, 122, 123 Chappabbitty, D. 60, 149 Choate, L. 60, 116, 148, 153 Clay, S. 60 Clements, M. 60 Clifford, C. 60, 116 Clift, G, so, 144 Cofer, T. 144 Colon, M. 60, 118 Colvin, T. 118 Compton, B. 60, 144 Conwell, A. 60, 119, 123 Cooley, E. 60, 144 Copus, B. 121 Cornell, R. 60 Cortez. P. 60 Cost. K. 60 Coughenour, C. 60 Covert, B. 60, 132 Cozod, K. 60 Crawford, B. 60, 122 Cross, R. 60 Daniel, D. so, 118, 128, 132, 144 Davis, E. 60, 123 Deal, D. 60, 119, 132, 134, 144 Dean, G. 60, 132 Dean, J. 60 DeFress, L. 60, 144 Dennis, V. 60, 127, 128 Dewey, B. 60, 126, 132, 144 Dietderick, J. 61 Dixcon, I. J. 61 Dodd, WC 119 Dosh, J. 61 Douglas, H. 61, 118 Dwyer, D. 61, 130 Eggan, J. 61, 122, 130, 144 Elam, K. 61, 118 English, W. 61 Erbacher, M. 61, 123 Estep, J. 61, 122, 144 Ethell, D. 61, 122 Fairless, T. 61, 119, 144, 147 Faller, B. 61, 122 Faust, D. 61 I94 134, 144 Sophomore Index FitzGerald, P. 61, 126, 132, 134, 142, 143, 176, 187 Flaherty, J. 61 Fletcher. L. 61 Foster, P. 61, 144 Fraser, M. 61, 116, 148, 149 Fross, L. 61 Fuller, D. 121 Gage. G. 61 Garcia, M. 61, 126 Garrett, N. 61 Gates, D. 61 Giles, I. 61 Gjellum, T. 61, 126 Glarlwell, C. 61 Gomez, S. 61, 118, 130 Goss, D. 61 Gruybill, C. 61, 116, 119, 122, 148 Green, J. 123 Cwen, J. 61 Hackeratt, J. 61 Haines, C. 61, 122 Hall, M. 172 Hamburger, S. 61, 122, 144 Hanlmollfl, C. 61, 121 Haney, D. 62 Harmon, P. 62, 126, 144, 145 Harper, S. 62, 149 Harris, G. 62, 119 Harris, L. R. 62 Harrison, L. 62 Harter, P. 62, 118, 121, 134, 182 Hasty, J. 62. 118 Hatcher, C. 62 Haughney, J. 62, 144 Havens, P. 62, 123, 144 Haynes, D. 62, 123 Hcatl, L. 62, 118 Herring, L. 62, 126, 127, 128, Heslin, J. 62 Hicks, C. 62, 134 133, 172, 180 Higganbothalll, N. 62 Hinckley, D. 62, 126, 127, 128, 132, 144 Holder, P. 62 Holland, G. 62, 126, 128, 133, 172 Hnlliflny, D. 62, 134, 149 Honacker, B. 62 Hopper, M. 62 Horton, D. 62, 100, 119, 130, 131 Hotvllko, G. 62, 123, 130 Hubble, P. 62, 109, 123, 128, 185 Hunt, T. 62, 119, 126, 132 Hutchison, R. 62, 114 lgarto, R. 119 James, L. 62, 114, 119 Jenkins, L. 62 Johnson, A. 62, 132, 144 Johnson, K. 62, 124, 127 Jones, D. 62, 123, 128 Jones, F. 62, 123, 132 Kay, F. 62, 132, 144 Keltner, J. 63 Kcrby, S. 63 King, D. 63 Lamb, D. 63 Langfitt, B. 116, 159, 160, 161, 162 Lantz, B. 116, 148 Larrance, J. 63, 126, 133, 172, 136 Layton, T. 63, 123 Lauthner, B. 144 Leland, M. 63, 121, 132 Lemon, M. 63 Logan, T. 63 Longfellow, D. 58, 63, 109, 122, 126, 134 Lowry, M. 122 Lucksted, D. 63 Lucksted, L. 63 Louery, M. 63 McCann, H. 63 McChuren, P. 63 McDonald, L. 63 McKasson, D. 63, 144 McKengey, K. 63 McLean, J. 63 McWilliams, B. 63, 121 Mahamed, L. 149 Maitland, V. 119 Marcotte, C. 63, 130 Martland, V. 63 Matheny, N. 63, 119, 124, 126, 128, 132 Maxfield, G. 63 Metz, J. 63, 130 Miller, R. 119 Montgomery, M. 159, 160, 162 Montgomery, S. 63 Morgan, B. 63 Morgan, D. 63, 126 Morton, P. 63, 121 Munoz, B. 63 Narrow, C. 63, 126 Nawrocke, P. 63 Neely, J. 123, 144, 145, 189 New, K. 63, 144 Newman, M. 63, 149 Nicholes, C. 63 Ortez, E. 64, 126 O'Neal, J. 64, 130 Oldshield, P. 64 Parrott, C. 130 Peal, C. 144 Phillips, D. 64 Phillips, W. 64 Piper, M. 64 Pitts, G. 64 Pollina, T. 64 Porter, S. 64, 121 Price, B. 64 Ragan, R. 64 Ready, B. 64 Red Elk, R. 64, 118 Renfrow, M. 64, 119, 122, 144 Reppard, G. 64 Rezendes, D. 64, 126 Rhea, P. 64, 114, 118 Rhodes, A. 64, 122 Richardson, D. 64 Riggins, S. 64, 118 Rightmer, T. 64, 106, 144, 145 Riley, C. 65, 118, 121 Ritchie, L. 64, 122 Roach, 1. 64, 118 Rohrich, R. 121 Rollinli. J. 64, 122, 126 Rue, J. 64, 132 Rulison, R. 64, 116, 121, 134, 149 Saenz, E. 132 Saenz, M. 64, 132 Sanders, T. 64, 130 Saylor, K. 64, 130 Schoonover, I. 64 Scott, L. 64 Scott, R. 64, 121, 144 Sheppard, E. 64, 116, 122, 159, 160 Skee-n, B. 64, 144 Short, K. 65, 122 Slayton, J. 65 Smith, B. 65 Smith, L. D. 65 Smith, R. 65 Smith, Roy 65 Solenburg, M. 65 Sparks, B. 65, 130 Stamper, D. 65 Stamps. S. 65, 124, 127, 128 Standridge, B. 65 Standridge, K. 65 Starkey, K. 119 Stein, S. 65, 119, 128, 133, 172 Stenstrom, J. 65, 123, 144 Stetler, J. 65 Stevens, S. 65, 123 Stewart, C. 65 Stewart, R. 65, 126 Strickland, D. 65 Sult, K. 65, 128, 132 Surgener, S. 65 Swales, L. 65, 123, 144, 14-5, 164 Tappan, S. 65 Taranto, T. 65 Tate, Y. 65 Terrell. R. 65, 149 Therriault, P. 65 Thomas, D. 65 Thomas, F. 65 Thrash, C. 65, 107, 119, 124, 127, 13 Tidwell, L. 65, 132 Torres, C. 65, 149 Triplett, L. 65, 132, 144 Tuck, B. 65, 123 Turner, M. 65 Twaddle, S. 66. 149 Vessels, L. 66, 118 Waible, E. 66, 144 Waitman, D. 66 Walker, K. 66 Walker, N. 66, 119, 127, 128, 132 Watkins, R. 66, 130, 144 Watts, D. 66, 116, 122, 149 Webb, J. 66, 119, 144 Weddington, W. 66 Wells, T. 66 Weltey, K. 66, 126 Westermnu, S. 66, 126 Westfnlh, B. 66, 122 White, K. 66, 119, 128, 132 Whiiis, D. 66 Wicker, S. 66, 119, 128, 132, 185 Wiecllmau, D. 66, 118, 127 Willingham, T. 66 Wilson, R. 66 Abbott, M. 70, 118, 146 Abla, D. 70, 118 Allen, S. 70. 137 Anderson, J. 70, 118 Anderson, R. 70, 118 Atkins, M. 70 Ax, J. 70 Barrell, A. 70, 118 Bass, A. 70 Bauder, J. 70, 118 Bennett, A. 71 Biby, R. 71. 118 Bishop, K. 71 Bishop, L. 71, 118, 146 Black, J. 71, 157, 164 Bone, B. 71, 118, 147 Boone, D. 71, 118 Boone, T. 71, 118, 137, 183, 103 Bourn, R. 71 Briggs, S. 71 Brooks, J. 71 Brown, C. 71 Brown, D. 71, 118, 137 Brown, G. 71 Brown, J. 70, 71, 103, 118, 136 Bryant, B. 71 Bryan, P. 71, 118, 136 Butler, D. 71 Butler, J. 71, 157, 164 Caddell, M. 71, 147 Caddell, M. 146 Caldwell, N. 71, 123 Campbell, R. 71 Carter, B. 71 Clanton, P. 71, 118, 147 Clarence, J. 71 Clement, L. 71, 157 Clifford, S. 71, 118 Collier, E. 71, 118, 146 Corley, D. 71. 118, 147, 136 Craig, P. 71, 157, 164 71 Creel, H. Creel, P. 118 Cummin s, G. 71, 136 E Cummings, J. 71, 136 Curtsinger, B. 71 Davenport, P. 72, 118, 173 Davis, J. 72, 130 Davis, P. 72, 118, 146 Deal, F. 72 Dean, L. 72 Demery, R. 72 Dixon, M. 72, 147, 164, 146 Dodd, L. 72, 118 Dotson, D. 72, 118 Drew, C. 72 Duzan, P. 72, 136 Eaton, L. 72, 164 Emerson, J. 72, 118, 146 Epplcr, D. 72, 147 Eppler, V. 72, 118, 146 Floyd, S. 72, 118, 130 Fountain, D. 72 Fox, G. 72, 147, 164, 146 Fraser, J. 72, 157 Frost, J. 72, 118, 136 Fultz, P. 72 Gandy, S. 72 Gillett, L. 72, 157 Givens, K. 72, 118 Glasgow, L. 72, 118 Greear, C. 72 Green, D. 72, 129 Griffith, J. 72 Griffin, R. 72 Guidos, J. 72 Gustafson, J. 72 Haile, D. 72. 118 Hamm, J. 72 Hanson, B. 72 Hapgood, R. 72, 118 Harris, B. 73, 118 Harper, S. 73. 118 Hart, R. 73, 118 Abbott, S. 78, 136 Adams, D. 78 Alden, M. 78 Alltizer, A. 78 Anderson, C. 78, 146, 136 Anderson, E. 78, 164 Anderson, K. 78 Anderson, S. 136 Woodall. R. 66, 116, 149 Wortham, D. 66 inth Grade Hart, S. 73. 118, 137 Harvel, J. 73 Harvey, T. 73 Head, G. 73, 146, 136 Higgenbotton, N. 118, 157 Hinkle, K. 73, 118, 137 Hise, R. 73 Holland, D. 73 Hoplus, E. 73 Hopper, A. 73, 118, 147 Horton, D. 73, 130 Horvath, J. 73 Hudson, R. 73, 130, 131 Hughes, H. 73, 130 Hull, WH 73 I-Instead, V. 73, 118, 130 Hutehens, J. 73, 118 Jacobs. M. 73 Japort, J. 73 Jones, B. 73 Jones, J. 73 Jones, P. 118 Johnson, J. 73, 157, 130, 165 Johnson, P. 73, 118 Johnston, F. 73 Jones, B. 136 Joynson, D. 73 Kea, S. 73, 118 Kephart, S. 73, 118 Kidd, K. 73, 118, 137 Kings, M. 73 King. P. 118 Knott, F. 73, 147, 136 Kraft, B. 73, 118 Lackey, L. 73 Larkins, J. 73, 157 Lawson, S. 74, 118, 147, 136 Layton, S. 74, 118, 177 Leach, J. 74, 130 Littlefield, C. 74, 118, 137, 1 Luchsted, L. 74 Lutz, D. 74 McClure, K. 74, 173, 103 McDonald, B. 74, 113, 137 McDonald, R. 74 McDonough, C. 74 McDuffey, K. 74, 118, 146, 1 McLean, C. 74 McWilliams, G. 74 Maciejack, L. 74, 136 Mahoney, M. 74, 164 Marlctt, J. 74 Martin, J. 14, 147, 146 Martin, V. 74, 118 Matthews, D. 74 Meloni, D. 74 Merrell, J. 74, 118 Morris, J. 74, 164 Mullin, M. 74, 118, 146, 136 Myers, B. 74, 147 Myers, P. 74 Nisbett, L. 74, 157 Noviello, J. 74 Nunnelley, T. 74 Nye, L. 74 Odom, L. 74 Owen, B. 74 Page, M. 74 Papson, L. 74, 157 Park, U. 74 Perez, N. 74 Perry, B. 75. 157, 164 Phillips, B. 75 Phillips. J. 75 Pollard, S. 75, 118, 14-6 Porter, B. 75, 118, 137 Porter, T. 75 Powell, S. 75 Quinn, R. 75 Radcliff, V. 70, 75, 118, 177 Ralston, T. 75, 118, 147, 136 Randolph, B. 75, 157, 164 Regan, 11. 157 Rhea, M. 75 Eighth Grade Index Ashlock, C. 78, 146, 136 Atkins, D. 78 Atkins, D. 146 Ax, D. 78 Baker, B. 78 Ballard, P. 78 Barrick, J. 79, 136 Baswell, D. 79 Yarbor, J. 66, 119, 130 Young, M. 66, 127, 128, 133, Rich, H. 75 Richards, J. 75, 118, 147 Richardson, J. 75, 118 Ridgeway. M. 75 Riemer, C. 75 Riggin, L. 75 Ritchie, J. 75. 164 Robbins, B. 75 Rodgers, M. 157 Rodgers, D. 75 Rodriguez, T. 75 Royal, L. 75, 130 Rozsypal, G. 75, 156 Ruchko, S. 75 Salas, E. 75 Salas, F. 75 Salas, M. 75, 113 Sands, R. 75, 147, 146 Santiago, N. 70, 75, 118, 136 Savoy, D. 75, 118, 147 Schramm, B. 75, 118, 147 Scott, K. 75-118, 146 Scott, L. 75 Scruggs, D. -76, 157, 164 Seidel. T. 76 Sellers, D. 76 Shackleford, J. 76, 118, 147 Shade, D. 76, 118 76 ShiPP. A. Shirick, T. 76 Short, A. 76, 130 Short, D. 76 Shreve, K. 76 Sickles, T. 76, 118, 136 Siler, M. 76, 118, 147 Smith 76, 146 Smith: 118 Smith 76, 118, 130 Smith 76 Smith 76 Smith 76 Sparks, 76 Stahling, S. 76, 118 Stayton, R. 76 Steller, M. 76 Stetler, Milt 76, 130 Stone, R. 76 Stricklan, T. 76, 130 Strickland, T. 76 Stuart, D. 76, 164, 129 Sutton, D. 76, 118, 136 76 Swank, C. Swosp, R. 76 Thomas, M. 76 Thornburg, S. 76 Tubbs, S. 76, 118 Turner, K. 76 Underwood, R. 76 Utalan, J. 76 Van Clcuve, R. 77 Waible, S. 77, 115, 147 Walker, C. 77, 118 Walliman, C. 77 Watkins, J. 77 Watson, T. 147. 157, 146 Wheeler, R. 77 77 White. S. Wir-kens, K. 77 NViCSO. E. 77, 147 118 Wiese, J.. Wilke, J. 77, 147, 146 Wilke. L. 77, 157, 164 Williams, D. 77 Wilson, D. 77 Wilson. R. 77 Wolfe, M. 77 Wnorl, M. 77, 147, 146 77 W'yatt, R. Wyatt, L. 77 Wybie, L. 150 Yearick. D. 77 Yearick, M. 146 Yoder, D. 77 Yoder, M. 118 Bates, P. 79, 146 Battle, T. 79 Beamsderfer, R. 79 Beck, J. 79 Bell, D. 79 Berry, T. 79 Bishop, B. 79, 146 Blaylock, T. 79, 147, 146 Blewett, R. 79 Bliss, D. 79 Boyle, C. 79 Bone, L. 79 Bozarth, B. 79, 129 Bridges, G. 79, 146, 136 Brown, D. 79 Brown. N. 79, 136 Bryon, S. 79 Buckminister, J. 79 Bunlgarncr, C. 79 Butler, 15. 78, 79, 136 Butler, E. 79 Bynum, D. 79, 147, 164, 146, 156 Caglv, J. 79, 147, 136 Cain, D. 79 Caldwell, D. 79, 156 Carson, D. 79 Champouillon, J. 79, 157, 156 Clay, V. 79 Clingan, N. 79 Cole, M. 79, 147 Colon, T. 79, 146 Cooper, D. 79 Coussons, D. 79 Covert, R. 79 Coy, G. 79, 146 Cranford, B. 79 Cummings, C. 79 Cummings, V. 79, 147, 136 Curran, D. 79, 146 Danielson, M. 79, 136 Davis, D. 79, 156 Davis, S. 80, 146 Dcnney, R. 80 DeSio, S. 80, 147, 137 Driggers, B. 80, 129 Drumm, S. 80, 136 Duggur, S. 80, 146 Dtlnn, J. 78, 80, 157, 156, 147, 146 Dunnum, G. 80, 136 Earp, C. 129 Edwards, D. 80 Elliot, J. 80 English, M. 80, 146 Erbacher, M. 80 Epplcr, M. 80 Eppler, P. 80 Eustice, S. 80, 146 Evans, W. 80 Fairlcss, T. 80 Fertig, R. 80 Fisher, S. 80 Florcnt, C. 80 Fortner, S. 80 Frnkes, S. 80 Fralix, C. 80 Frank, D. 80 Fraser, T. 80, 164, 156 Frost, K. 80 Fultz, R. 80 Garrett, K. 80 Garrett, V. 129 cntnn, B. ao, 102, 156, 157, 164 Gentry, P. 80 Gibson, L. 80 Gibson, M. 80 Godwin, T. 80 Gomez, D. 80, 146 Gore, K. 80 Grecar, S. 80, 136 Griffith, C. 80 Griffitts, N. 80 Griffey, T. 80 Guyneth, E. 80 Hall, G. 80, 129 Hall, R. 80 Hanaker, L. 81 Hardin, D. 81 Ahla, S. 86, 157 Adamson, L. 86 Albright, S. 86, 147 Alden, R. 86 Alger, B. 86 Allen, S. 86, 147 Anderson, D. 86, 147 Anthony, T. 86 Austin, L. 129 Baker, R. 86, 147 Battle, M. 86, 129 Beauchamp, R. 86 Bt-rkf'1', D. 147 Becker, J. 86, 147 Bell, R. 87, 157, 165 Bender, T. 87, 147 Benett, S. 87, 147, 106 Bennett, J. 87, 157, 165 Billy, J. 87, 129 Bilbrey, G. HT I96 Seve Hardin, T. 81 Hare, L. 81 Harris, S. 81, 147 Hart, N. 81 Hathaway, J. 81 Haupert, P. 81, 147 Headley. J. 81 Hensen, L. 81 Henriguez, F. 81, 129 Herring, C. 81, 129 Higganbothztm, T. 81, 129, 156 Hill, C. 81, 146 Hill, C. 81 Hnllnntl, C. 78, al, 147, 136 Holland, C. 81 Holland, D. 81, 14-7, 146 linllnnd, l. 136, 146 Holland, J. 81 Hope, J. 81 Hulen, C. 81, 136, 147 Hull, D. 81, 129 Husky, P. 81 Hutchison, G. 81 Hutson, G. al, 130, 156, 164 Jenkins, N. 81 Jenson, B. 157, 164 Johnson, S. 81, 136 Jones, J. 81 Jones, K. 81, 136 Kent, P. 81, 146 Ketchum, K. 81, 146, 136 King, R. 81 Klosc, K. 81, 146 Lammers. R. 81, 129 Landry, B. 81 Langiitt, C. 81, 147 Lawrence, S. 81 Lavalle, E. 81 Layton, J. 81 Lefebvre, J. 81 Leslie, A. 81, 147, 146, 156, 157 Lodge, 1V1. 81, 147 Logan, S. 82, 129, 136 Lovell, L. 82 Lovett, S. 82, 146 Lowmnn, K. 82 Lytle, N. 82 Malicoat, B. 82 Maling, B. 82 Marple, S. 82 Martin, M. 82, 146 Menasco, B. 82, 136, 147 Miller, C. 82 Miller, W. 82 Moffett, B. 82 Moffett, R. 82 Morgan, L. 82. 136 Morgan, S. 82 Mullican, T. 82 McAlister, E. 82, 129 McCarron, J. 82, 146 Martin, M. 82, 146 McCurdy, F. 129 McKinzey, K. 82, 129 Nash, E. 82, 146 Nelson, F. 82 Newman, C. 82 Norris, B. 82 Norris, D. 82 Norris, G. 156 Noury, F. 82, 147, 136 Noviello, M. 82 oerkn, D. 82, 129, 136 Ogle, J. 82, 146, 147 Oglc, J. 82 Oliver, L. 82, 129 Orsak, G. 82, 146 Otipoby, G. 82 Page, J. 82, 147 nth Grade Index Bishop, P. 87 Blanton, J. 87, 147 Blewett, B. 87 Boling, D. 87 Bone, F. 87, 146 Bone. P. 87, 147 Boone, B. 87, 157, 165 Boyd, R. 146 Brewer. M. 87 Briggs, B. 87 Brous, R. 87 Brown, J. 87 Brown, V. 87 Browning, L. 87 Bumgarner, T. 87, 146 Burbank, C. 87 Bullock, D. 87 Cagle, J. 87, 147, 136 Calloway, A. 87, 129 Callison, J. 87 Parker, J, 82 Pearch, S. 82 Pennington, K. 82, 130 Porter, P. 82, 146 Powell, T. 82 Powers, K. 82, 136, 147 Quinn, P. 82, 129 Ranletta, F. 82, 129 Rawch, K. 83 Raynes, L. 83, 156 Regan, T. 83 Riddle, K. sa, 146 Riggs, S. 83, 156 Riley, C. as Rios, C. 83 Rita, J. 83 Rivera, L. 83 Robinson, D. 83 Romero, G. 83, 156 Ronling, J. 83 Rothenflue, D. 83 Roidypal, C. 33 Russell, M. 83, 129 Rynns, E. 83 Sanson. P. 83 Santiago, A. 83, 129 Saunders, D. 83, 130 Savoy, 83, 129 83 F' Shilllh D. Smith, D. aa, 164 Smith, D. 78. 102, 156, 157 Smith, F. 83 Smith, F. 83 Smith, W. 83, 146, 147 Southern, H. 130 Southwick, A. 83 Stafford, K. 83, 136 Steplf. M. 83, 146 Stewart, C. 83 Stewart, R. 83 Stimpson, K. 83, 136, 146 Stinnett, K. 83, 147 Stobaugh, P. 83, 129 Stodola, G. 83 Stuart. F. 83, 146, 164 Sturge-ss, S. 83 Sulley, M. 146 Swales, R. 83, 146, 147 Swann, J. 83 Thomas, G. 83, 146 Thomas, P. 83 Thompson, J. 83, 146, 147, Thornburg, T. 84, 146 Tilley, N. 84, 129 Tippens. S. 84 Torralba, B. 84, 146 Tubbs, L. 84, 129 Vanisco, L. 84 Van Trecsc, A. 84, 146 Verver, M. 84, 136, 147 Waid, D. 84 Wasylszyn, B. 84 Watson, D. 84' Weems, D. 146 Whitman, M. 84, 156, 164 Whitt, J. B4 Wickeus, B, 84 L 84 84 Wiginton, . Williams, B. Williams, B. 84, 146 Williams, B. 84 Williams, J. 84 Wilson, B. 84, 147 Wilson, L. 84 Wilson, R. 84 Winton, D. 84 Yodc, D. 84 Youngblood, R. 84, 164 ziskn, J. 84, 129 Camp. J. 87, 157 Campbell, S. 87 Cantwell, B. 87, 157, 165 Capps, B. 87 Case, B. 87, 147 Chambers, G. 87 Childers, M. 87 Cobler, M. 87 Cochrane, D. 87 Cocke, D. 87 Coffin, D. 87, 157, 146 Cole, J. 87 Collier, C. 87, 147 Collins, P. 87 Colon. E. 87, 129 156, 157 Connors. R. 87, 130, 164, 156 Copeland, P. 87 Cox. G. 88 Cox, L. 129 Coy, D. 88 Coyle, .l. 88 Crawford, J. 88, 147, 136 Cross, D. 88, 136 Curran, D. 88 Cummings, R. 88 Darst, D. 88 Davis, J. 88, 157 Deaderick, S. 88 Detrick, D. 88, 146 Dixon, D. 88, 147, 136, 102 Dizney, P. 88 Driggers, B. 88, 129 Edwards, M. 88 Elledge, P. 88, 147 lithell, R, 88 Flaig, K. 88 Foster, M. 88 Fould, E. 88 Frank, D. B8 Frank, D. 88, 147 Fritsch, R. 88 FIYC. J. B8 Garner, .l. 88 Garrett, N. 88, 129 Ceibel, D. BB, 136 Gill, R. 88 Gomez, D. 88, 147, 136 Goodwin, B. 88, 147 Gore, Y. 147 Gosnell, B. 88 Gosnell, L. 88 Griffin, D. 88, 157, 165 Griffin, K. 88 Hackerott, C. 88, 129 Hall, B. 88 Hall, D. 88, 165 Hall, S. 88, 147 Hamilton, S. 88, 129 Hanson, C. 38, 146 Harris, L. 88, 136 Harris, P. 88, 147 Harvey, M. '89 Hasty, J. B9 Hayes, D. 89. 130, 129 Hedrick. J. 89, 157. 165 Heller, R. 89. 129 Henry, M. 89, 165 trim. M. 89, 146 Highlands, R. 89 Himes, P. 89, 165 Hix, C. 89, 147 Hokett, D. 89 Holliday, R. 89, 157 Hnlsinger, F. 89, 129 Horton, D. 89, 129 Horton, E. 89, 147 Hosea, C. 89, 129 Howe, H. 89 Howton, M. 89, 147 Hulett. 11. 89 Hull, E. 89 1-Iuskey, B. 89 Igarta, J. 89 Igram, B. 89 James, J. 89 Jarvis, J. 89, 147 Jester, S. 89 Jewison, C. 89, 147 Johnson, B. 89 Johnston, K. 89 Johnston, S. 89, 129 Jones. D. 89 Jones, M. 89, 147, 136 Jones, P. 81, 136 Kay, J. L. 89, 165 Kea, C. 89 Keele. K. 89 Kelley, M. 89, 157, 165 Kemp, P. 89, 147, 136 Killian, K. 89 King, J. 89 King, W. 89 Kiphart, D. 89, 129 Kirk, D. 90 Lafitte, L. 90, 129 Langford, J. 90 Langham, C. 90 Lanier, P. 90 Lauthner. D. 90 Lavallee, A. 90 Lawson. M. 90 Lawson, T. 90, 146 Lawson, T. 90 Louett, L. 90 Lowe, J. 90 Lytle, M. 90 McAllister, F. 90 McCaskill, J. 90, 157, 165 McClure, M. 90, 146 McDonald, E. 90 McDonald, L. 90, 157 McDonaugh, M. 90 McDonough, H. 90 McLean, B. 90, 146 McNulty, P. 90 Malone, B. 90, 147 Massey, C. 90 Maasingale, S. 90 Merrell, C. 90, 157, 165 Merrywell, J. 90 Morford, M, 90 Morgan, D. 90 Morgan, H. 90 Morris, R. 90, 147 Mullinay, T. 90 Munoz, J. 90, 147, 136 Nelson, C. 90 Newman, C. 90, 157 Newport, B. 90 Nolan, D. 90, 147 Oliver. B. 90. 146 Owens, T. 90 Payne, P. 90, 147 Phillips, C. 90, 147, 136 Phillips, R. 91, 129 Pierce, A. 90, 129 Piper, E. 90 Plummer, D. 90 Pomeroy, K. 90, 147 Pryor, S. 90 Puckett, C. 90, 147, 136 Raburn, C. 90 Ramctta, V. 90, 129 Rankin, M. 90, 157, 146 Ratliif, R. 91. 129 Reed, J. 91 147 Regan, J. 91, 129 Reynolds, L. 91, 157 Rhea, D. 91 Rhea, M. 91, 147 Richardson, T. 91 Riggs, K. 91, 136 Rios, A. 91 Robbins, R. 91 Roberts, M. 91, 129 Rogers, D. 91 Rosado, A. 91 Rotolo, A. 91, 136 Rotter, L. 91, 147 Rozsypal, R. 91 Rudolph, V. 91, 129 Russell, M. 91, 129 Salas, L. 91 Sands, C. 91, 147 Seiling. B. 91 Sessions, K. 91, 147, 136 Shaclrelford, S. 91, 147 Shade, M. 91 Sheppard, W. 91, 165 Short, N. 91 Shreve, R. 91, 106 Shreve, R. 91 Siler, J. 91, 129 Simms, B. 91, 146 Skinner, T. 91, 129 Smith, B. 91, 147 Smith, L. 92 Smith, L. 102 Smith, R. 92, 165 Spille, J. 92, 136 Stahling, 92 Steadman, M. 92, 147 Sterling, J. 92 Stodola, D. 92 Stuart, B. 92 Swales, K. 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