El Dorado High School - Wildcat Yearbook (El Dorado, AR)
- Class of 1974
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El Dorado, Arkansas 71730
We May Never Pass This Way Again
Life - so they say
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Organizations . . 18
Athletics ...... 82
Features ......, 110
Seniors ....... 162
Underclassmen . 188
Academics ..... 216
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KA Y BALL
Chambers, Ball Receive Annual Dedication
The 1974 WILDCAT staff has
chosen this year to award the year-
book dedication to Mrs. Sallie
Chambers and Miss Mary Kay Ball.
Mrs. Chambers, who retired this
year with twenty-six years teaching
experience at EHS, had served as a
senior class sponsor for seventeen
years. She served as chairman of the
senior sponsors twice and was active
on the projects undertaken by the
senior class. Mrs. Chambers was in
charge of field activities for
Homecoming for five years, and was
last in charge of baccalaureate and
commencement practices, assisting
Mrs. Chambers taught English
for most of her teaching career, and
also taught Latin for thirteen years.
She was head of the English depart-
ment from 1957-1962. Mrs.
Chambers is married to James M.
Chambers, and they have two
children, Jim Chambers and Mrs.
Franchon Aragno. She also has two
grandchildren, Angela Chambers,
and Natalie Aragno.
The co-recipient of the year-
book dedication this year was Miss
Mary Kay Ball, journalism instruc-
tor and staff advisor. In her second
year of teaching at EHS, Miss Ball
was responsible for advising both
the Hi-Crusher and WILDCAT
staffs, and this year also taught
Mass Communications on the new
senior English program.
A graduate of Morris Harvey
College in Charleston, West
Virginia, Miss Ball came to El
Dorado with a B.A. Degree in
Language Arts, and also brought the
creative, fresh new ideas needed in
order to put out an interesting and
entertaining annual as we hope you
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have judged this yearbook to be.
The staff would also like to
thank three other individuals who
proved to be a tremendous help in
the production of the WILDCAT
this year, Miss Linda White, Mrs.
Savannah Frazier, and Mrs. Betty
Miss Linda White, director of
student activities and ad-
ministrative assistant, helped im-
mensely by counting the ballots
from the various elections held dur-
ing the year and by setting up pic-
tures for us. Any actions taken by
the journalism department had to
be cleared through her.
On East Campus, Mrs. Savan-
nah Frazier, secretary, and Mrs.
Betty May, teacher aide, also
helped us by setting up pictures and
by, performing the indispensable
task of identifying sophomores.
MIDDLE LEFT - Miss White takes time to
relax from her daily routines. ABOVE - Mrs.
Betty May keeps busy doing various jobs for
teachers at East Campus. LEFT - Mrs.
Savannah Frazier helped immensely with the
identifying of sophomores.
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Like Columbus in the olden days
we mast gather all our courage
Sail our ships out an the open Sea
cast away our fears and
all the years will come and go
Council Sponsors Paper Drive
The El Dorado High School
Student Council under the ad-
visorship of Mrs. Marzell Smith
sponsored many school projects and
services during the l973-74 school
year. The most successful project
was an ecology paper drive held se-
cond semester. Papers were picked
up daily from donors and stored at
the stadium. The project, organized
by co-chairman Darlene Howard
and Mimi Myer, ended with the
collection of ten tons of paper.
A Human Relations Committee
was established by this year's coun-
cil. This Committee studied the
ways relationships between
students. faculty, and community
could be improved. Another
achievement was the passing of
Amendment II of the council con-
stitution. The amendment changed
the election of secretary and
treasurer from the fall to the
Other projects were the
publishing of student handbooks,
football scorebooks, and Buzz
Books, sponsorship of a Defensive
Driving Course, a basketball Chili
Supper, giving teacher's gifts at
Christmas, providing coke machines
on campus, and giving a donation to
the library as a school gift.
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FAR LEFT - Student Council officers for this
year were Linda Mel-Jonald, treasurer: Lisa
Farr, parliamentariang Beth Waldrup.
seeretaryg Lee Archer, vice-president: and
Rusty Meadows. president. FAR 'FOP - The
Human Relations Committee sponsored an
assembly in which Dr. Harvey Young spoke
on brotherhood. IVIIDDLIC LEFT - Lisa Farr
and Beth Waldrup load papers from the stu-
dent center for the paper drive.
l,l'iF'l' - Ronny Fincher was elected as stu-
dent council president for the coming year.
Ronny is shown here giving his campaign
speech. ABUYE - Senior representatives in-
cluded tlront rowl Caren Warren. Linta
Mellonald. Don Hale. Keitha Pierce, Carol
Shaekletord. Kim Hanes, Kaye Armour. Beth
Waldrup, tseeond rowl Kiz Burton. Regine
Wilbert. C'hyrel Wilkins. Nina Reynolds.
Carolyn Jenson. Sandra Faison, Carolyn
Edwards. Linda Henry. Jeanette Brown.
Karen Armstrong. tthird rowl Cindy W'are.
Ann Ware, Sheila Primm. Sharon
Levingston. Nlartia Laney, Denise Leamons.
Mary Beth Doyle. f'arol Campbell. tfourth
rowl Lisa Farr. Robert Avery. Mark Weaver.
Teresa James. Wayne Strickland. Tim
Murphy, -left' Willis. Hugh Watson, Willie
C'ohb. Gordon Kidd. Timothy Daniels. Ralph
Randolph. Horace Jackson, Chris Qualls.
Denny Keeton. and Carol Niederer,
studs-ini unix I
HO'l"l'OM - -lunior members were lfront row!
l'hillip Tommey. -Iohn Grigson, Biff Smith.
Warren Ludwig. Fharles Skinner, lseeond
rowl Kathleen lVlcFarland, Jean Lewis, Mimi
Myer. Darlene Howard. Genifer Watkins,
Renee Langley, Susan Evans. Debi Keever.
fbavk rowl Pam Moudy, Randy Elerson.
Vanessa Parker. Robert Robinson. Sheila
Thonipson, Kay Mcfurry. Sharon Floyd,
and Karen Cobb. BELOW - One of student
eoiim-il's school projects was sponsoring
homeroom volleyball games. RIGHT - Cars
were oft en seen driving down the school halls
during the paper drive. Don Hale is shown
loading a stack of papers.
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The El Dorado High School
East Campus Student Council
produced one of the most successful
years at East Campus. The council
held many money making projects
including holding an egg beg. selling
Sophomore ribbons at homecoming,
operating a school supply store. and
selling valentine flowers and all oc-
casion cards. Curtains for the stage
and a display case were purchased.
Other council projects included
a homecoming float. a Christmas
door decoration contest. a faculty
vs. student council basketball game,
and aiding in the Cerebral Palsy
Drive. In their annual Student and
Teacher of the Year elections -left
White was named Student of the
Year and Mr. Stowe Delaone was
selected for the second year in a row
as Teacher of the Year.
Officers for this year were Ronald Jamerson,
president: Greg Russell. vice president:
Melanie Calahan. secretary: and Charissa
Smith. treasurer. ABOVE - Representatives
were Cynthia Scott. unidentified. Melissa
Mosley. Kathy Giles. Donna Miles. Marissa
Cammell. Mrs, Judy Carpenter. Ann Ware.
tsecond rowl Karen Kinard. Melanie
Falahan. Charissa Smith. Paula Smith.
Rozetta Primm. Zondra Payne. unidentified.
tback row! Horace Mclfllroy. unidentified.
Jeff White. James Mattocks. Jim Robinson.
Ronnie Lester. Brian Macke. Greg Russell.
Jimmy Meeks. James Enis, Ronald Jamer-
The EHS Anchor Club began
their 1973-74 voyage by charting a
course through service projects and
social functions. In May new
members were selected and proved
their worthiness at an initiation
bunking party held in August.
Anchors served as guides during
school orientation day for
sophomores and juniors. Spon-
sorship of the South Arkansas
Junior Miss Pageant involved the
club in preparations for displaying
the "Smile-It's Wonderful" theme
which adequately described the
Anchors' feelings afterward when
the pageant proved a tremendous
Homecoming saw the Anchor
Club float capture first place with
"Remember When We Uncorked
Our Wildcat Spirit!" Trophies were
polished and the EHS parking lot
received a thorough clean-up by
club members. Christmas goodwill
was reflected by the girls as they
rang bells for the Salvation Army,
filled kiddy bags, and decorated a
tree for the annual Christmas party.
Anchors became sly secret pals who
skillfully surprised a fellow member
with small Christmas gifts.
The Anchor Club contributed
their time in the effort to collect
funds for medical research. A Bozo
Carnival was sponsored by the club
as a unique method of earning
money for the Arthritis Foundation.
The girls also collected for the
Muscular Dystrophy, Heart Fund,
and Mentally Retarded by station-
ing members at various businesses'
locations. Another service project
was ushering for the Fine Arts
Center and Municipal Auditorium.
Club funds were increased by a
Spring and summer fashions
were modeled in the annual Anchor
Club style show. "Wonderful World
of Color" was selected as theme with
various cartoons used as
background decorations. Outfits
were modeled by senior members
and juniors provided the entertain-
ment with a lively dance routine to
the "Mickey Mouse Song".
Proceeds from the style show were
used to replenish the Susan Russell
Memorial Scholarship and prepare
for Cotillion, the club's annual for-
mal dance. The year ended with the
annual mother-daughter banquet
and installation of new officers.
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TOP LEl"'l' - Officers for this year were
Karen Armstrong. treasurerg Kathy Long.
vice-president: Lynn Willis. presidentg Mary
Beth Doyle. secretary: and Cheryl Corn.
parliamentarian. FAH BOTTOM - Admirals
were Tim Murphy. Tim Brown, VVright
Massey. and Terry Norman. MIDDLE LEFT
- Miss Linda DeWoody served as the club's
sponsor and faculty advisor. LEFT - Senior
Linda McDonald shows her grace in the an-
nual style show. BELOW - Senior members
included Lisa Carr. Susan Hurley. Cindy
Earley. Kim Eanes, Linda McDonald, Karen
Armstrong. Beth Ann Waldrup. Caren
Warren, Liz Hendricks. Keven Kisher,
Angell DeNoon, Lynn Wllis. Angie Lee. Mary
Beth Doyle. Linda Thompson. Lou Ann
Wright. Kathy Long. Carol Niederer, Cheryl
Vorn. Debra Rogers. Marsha Vernon. and
Jean Ann Robertson. Not pictured were Alva
Turbeville. Ellen Adams, Cathy Graham.
Lark Elliott. Kiz Burton, and Libby Pedigo.
RIGHT - Anchor members polished the
trophies located in the gym lobby as a service
to the school. H0'l"I'OM - Junior members
were tfront row! Bobbie Wier, Maidra
Walker, Wendy Morgan, Darlene Howard,
Nancy Benton. Leah Elliot. f'arol Robinson,
Martha Byrd. and Pam Lee, lback rowl
Tomilyn Norris. Teresa Martin. Kay
Mcf'urry. Sharon Floyd, Karen Cobb, Jean
Lewis. Debi Sue Keever, Rhoda Nelson, Don-
na Haynie, and Holly Blagg.
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ABOVE LFTFT - Mimi Myer, Jean Lewis.
and l.iz Hendricks helped decorate the
Anchor Flub christmas tree which was
located in the Student Center. ABOVE -
Marsha Gayle Vernon won the distinguished
honor ot' being named as the "outstanding
senior" member who had contributed her
time and talents to the club in the past year.
LEFT - -Junior members learned one thing by
being in Anchor Club and it was how to spell
FAR LEFT - Anchors worked many hours
and ran countless errands in order to produce
a winning float. BOTTOM FAH LEFT - The
publicity committee painted signs to hack
the Wildcats. The signs were hung at every
football assenihly. MIDDLE FAR LEFT -
Mimi Myer made final preparations for the
junior members presentation of Disney's all
famous MIVKEY MOUSE. ABOVE - flunior
members danced and sang their way into
everyone's heart during the annual style
show, LEFT - Otticers were presented tothe
audience at the style show hy Miss Linda
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Ke Club Ends
The EHS Key Club had a very
successful year. Members ushered
for football games in the fall, sold
calendars in January, sold jelly for
Multiple Sclerosis in March, and
helped the Kiwanis Club with their
annual pancake supper in April.
Meetings were held each Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the school
cafeteria. Officers were Stone Ben-
son, presidentg Steve Risingerg vice-
presidentg Morgan Huffmang
secretary, Tim Wrightg treasurerg
and Richard Fincherg sergeant-at-
arms. The faculty advisor was Mr.
Senior members were Lee Archer, Morgan
Huffman, Richard Fincher, Ricky Beebe,
Stone Benson, Lewis VanNess, Ricky Meeks,
and Steve Risinger.
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TOP - Junior members were Robbie Meeks,
Terry Norman, Fry Jones, Gerry Jones,
Richard Jackson. Randy Rushing, Mark
Miles. Mark Kellum. Russell Lyons. Johnny
Yocum, Ken Williams. and Phillip Prewett.
MIDDLE - Sophomore members included
Dick Brown. -lim Robinson. Bobby Lines.
Ronnie Lewis, Dean Kelley, and Doug
Bonner. FAR LEFT - New members were
honored by pulling the Key Club Cannon in
the homecoming parade. LEFT - Lark
Gathright Elliott was chosen Key Club
Sweetheart. She appeared on the front of the
1974 Key Club Calendar.
Starting the year off, the Wild-
cat cheerleaders attended the
National Cheerleaders Association
Summer Cheering Camp held
August 5-11 at SMU, Dallas, Texas.
There, the girls received a number
of ribbons highlighted by a first
place ribbon and were awarded the
NCA Spirit Stick two consecutive
nights for showing the most spirit.
Throughout the football season,
the cheerleaders sold booster rib-
bons and during homecoming they
joined the Pepettes in selling spirit
garters as a money making project.
This enabled them to attend several
out-of-town football games.
The hard work continued dur-
ing basketball season, with many
assemblies to help promote school
L h leaders
FAR LEFT-Cheerleader Phyllis James
helped promote spirit by painting signs
which were displayed in the weekly pep
assemblies. OPPOSITE PAGE CENTER
LEFT-Cheerleaders Wendy Morgan, Karen
Armstrong, Phyllis James, Susan Hurley,
and Darnesia Scott helped provide a boost of
spirit during pep assemblies. ABOVE-
Cheerleaders Linda Reynolds, Tobey Grif-
fith. Sherlean Pumphrey, Carol Robinson,
and Martha Byrd yelled the Wildcats to
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ABOVE-The 1973-74 Wildcat Cheerleaders
were fback rowl - Tobey Griffith, Susan
Hurley, Karen Armstrong, Sherlean
Pumphrey, and Darnesia Scott. tfront rowj - Mascot, Freddie Hammond, Carol Robinson,
Linda Reynolds, Phyllis James, Wildcat Wendy Morgan, and Martha Byrd.
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"Souled Out-turn around!"
These became familiar words to the
seventy-five members of Pepettes,
who weekly tried to boost spirit at
EHS. Practice began early in
August and continued throughout
the school year.
After many car washes, a
magazine sale, and selling garters,
Pepettes were able to attend nearly
all the out-of-town football games.
Under the direction of Mrs. Santoli,
the Pepettes aroused spirit at EHS
Serving as officers for the year
were Kathy Long, president, Lisa
Carr, Lark Elliott, Jean Ann
Robertson, Ann Ware, vice
presidents, Kim Eanes, secretary,
Carol Niederer, treasurer, and
Melanie Cottrell, sergeant-at-arms.
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Cottrell, Kim Eanes, Kathy Long, Carol
Niederer, Ann Ware, Lark Elliott. tsecond
row? Mary Beth Doyle, Stephanie Wells,
Katie Fox. Ann McElroy, Liz Hendricks,
Lynne Willis, Cammie Evers. tthird rowl
Debra Dykes, Carol Campbell, Marsha Gayle
Vernon, .Io Lynn Lewis, Martia Laney, Cindy
Earley, Debra Rogers. tfourth row? Kay
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Leamons, Linda McDonald, Cindy Ware,
Lou Ann Wright tfifth row! Sharon Thigpen,
Alice Richmond. Alice Hurley, Mimi Myer,
Gail Graves, Kay Jennings, Tomi Lynn
Norris. tsixth rowl Barbara Smith, Shirley
Mattox, Vickie Lawrence, Becky Hickman,
Nancy Benton, Cathy Burley, Jean Lewis.
tseventh rowl Anita Peppers, Cindy Young,
Dixie Waggoner. Peggy Main, Mary Sarres,
Beverly Smith, Jessie McClelland. tfifth rowj
Alice Bright, Connie Ware, Kathy Giles,
Paula Smith, Melanie Calahan. tnot pic-
tured? Terri Chatfer. Linda Crumpler, Myra
Feinberg, Margie Gray, Micki Lusk, Vanessa
McNeely. Maidra Walker, Louise Talley,
Lillie Zillender and Linda Wright.
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assemblies. They added spirit and excite-
ment to every football and basketball
assembly by backing the cheerleaders in all
chants and cheers. LEFT-Senior Ann Ware,
who was a vice president. displayed her spirit
while singing 'Rl-lowdy Folks". ABOVE-
Pepettes displayed their many talents by
"doing their own thing" during a dance
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routine, OPPOSITE PAGE TOP-Pepette ot'-
ticers who led the club in 1973-74 were tleft to
rightl Ann Ware. vice president: Carol
Niederer. treasurer: Kathy Long, president:
Kim Eanes, secretary: Jean Ann Robertson.
vice president: Lisa Carr. vice president: and
not pictured. Melanie Cottrell. sergeant-at
Junior Ciyitans and Junior
Fiyinettes. under the guidance of
Miss Debra Funderburg, held many
worthwhile projects and par-
ticipated in many activities this
year. Junior Civitans sold fruit
cakes and mixed nuts around
The Civinettes had a garage
sale in March and they also spon-
sored a car wash. Together both
clubs sponsored a float in the
homecoming parade and won third
Both clubs sent delegates to the
State Convention in February. Biff
Smith was elected State Governor
to serve next year.
Members were tfront row! Margie Gray. Deb-
bie Dykes. Cathy Faison, Linda Reynolds.
tsecond rowl Ann McElroy. Kim O'l-lern.
Findy Earley. Debra Rogers, Ellen Adams.
Katie Fox. Jina Armstrong, Ann Ware. Jo
Lynn Lewis. tthird rowl Becky Blackmon.
t'lN llsln and rtvllleltes
Penny Sarres. Denise Leamons. Donna
Vance. Sid Romine. Debra Hawkins. Valeria
Jordon. Sheila Thompson. Gloria Mardis.
ttourth rowh Rusty Baldwin, Jeff Rogers,
Danny Parker. Mike Mcfworvey. Dale White.
Bill Watts. Bobby Bays, Elbert Godwin tfifth
rowl David Simpson. Pat Murphy, Steve
Horn. Mark Vinson, Terry Canterbury.
Richard Duck, Frank Thompson, Danny Dai-
ly. and Jim Harbour.
VICA under the direction of
Mr. Nile Smith, Mr. Donald Short
and Mr. J. B. Harrell managed to
bring home a variety of awards.
Many of these were in the area of
printing but one of the awards went
to Miss Tobey Griffin. El Dorado's
VICA Sweetheart. Tobey placed in
This club is a job or vocation
oriented organization where
students had the opportunity to dis-
play their talents in a variety of
areas. Most of the students involved
were classroom students in the mor-
ning and working students in the
ABOVE LEFT - Officers for VIVA were
Sharon Levingston. Ricky Baumgartner.
Mike Mc'Alister, Ralph Randolph, Sonny
Moss. and Jeanette Brown. ABOVE - VIVA
members were ttront row! Mike McAlister.
Randy Johnson. Sonny Moss. Marilyn Hicks.
Sharon Levingston. tsecond row? Doug Bur-
bank, Torniny Knight. Jeff Willis, Ricky
Haumgartner. Ralph Randolph. Jeanette
Brown and Mr. Nile Smith, sponsor. LEFT -
Uhosen as VIFA sweetheart was Tobey Grif-
The EHS Beta Club, a national
honor and service organization, was
open to students maintaining a 3.0
grade average. During the year
members were to serve their school
or community through participation
in projects or work. In April the Beta
Club planned to remark the North
parking lot. The highlight of the
year was the annual State Beta
Club Convention held in Little
Rock. This year several students
performed for entertainment.
Seniors were required to have
three hours of service work to get a
Beta Club seal on their diploma.
Sponsoring the club this year were
Miss Helen Holly, Mrs. Gloria
Bounds, and Miss Julia Hicks. Ser-
ving as officers were Kiz Burton,
president, Darnesia Scott, vice-
presidentg and Karen Cobb,
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Members of Beta Club include tfront row?
Jane Wright, Julie McDonald, Darlene
Howard. Alice Hurley, Renee Langley,
Sherry Goodwin, Jolene Talley, Becki
Hickman, Nina Reynolds, Olivia Frazier,
Rhoda Nelson, fsecond rowj Donna Haynie,
Suzanne Phillips, Leigh Barnes, Karen
Armstrong, Lisa Carr, Keitha Pierce, Gail
Graves, Sharon Floyd, Karen Cobb, Kiz Bur-
ton, Darnesia Scott, Carol Niederer, Rusty
Meadows, tthird rowj Brenda Page, Susan
Wright, Jina Armstrong, Paul Schubert,
Randy Rushing, Steve Jones, Richard
Jackson, Gerry Jones, Mark Kellum, Wright
Massey, Terry Norman, Pat Murphy, Stone
Benson, Biff Smith, Lee Archer, John
Grigson, David McVay, Alan Brasher, John-
ny Yocum, Hal Munford, Debi Keever, and
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The Order of DeMolay, a young
man's organization based on the
principles set forth by Jacque
DeMolay who gave his life as a mar-
tyr to loyalty and toleration, is spon-
sored by the affiliated with the
Masonic lodge No. 133.
This year's organization was ex-
tremely active in various communi-
ty projects and numerous charity
drives. Besides playing a large role
in the Multiple Scerosis drive, the
order also participated in the
Cerebral Palsy Telethon held in
Monroe, Louisiana earlier this year.
A major money making project
for the DeMolays was their donkey
basketball game in which the order
took on KDMS. The group also had
a walking entry in the Homecoming
Parade in which they dressed as
clowns and distributed candy to the
children along the route.
ABOVE A DeMoluy members enjoyed their
meetings. but it makes you wonder ifthey did
any work. i'l'fNTl'lR LEFT - DeMolay clowns
amused the crowd at the donkey basketball
game. C'lCNTl'lR - A clown enjoyed enter-
taining the crowd. FFINTER RIGHT - Club
sponsor was very proud of his donkey and
decided to walk him. BOTTOM RIGHT -
The basketball game was enjoyed by
everyone except the riders, ask Kenny
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Junior members were tfront rowl Brenda
Page. Sue Wright. Mimi Myer. Allecia
Floud. Jean Lewis, Suzanne Phillips, Leigh
Barnes, Julie McDonald, Debi Sue Keever.
Pam Lee. tsecond rowl Judy Jones. Tina
Vheatham. Maidra Walker. Pat Murphy.
Nancy Benton. Barry Parks. Richard Whar-
ton. Biff Smith. John Grigson, Steve Jones.
'l'erry Norman. Donna Haynie, Tomilyn
Norris. tthird row! Wright Massy, Alan
Roberson. Galen Guengerich. Sam White,
Phillip Toinmey. Karen Cobb. John Paul
Higgins. Richard Jackson, Gerry Jones, John
D. Trimble. Johnny Yocum.
Sophomore members were tlront rowl Billy
Fates. Kelly lVIcKinney, Robin Jones. Paula
Smith. Lori lVlcGaugh. Kathy Knott. Melissa
Thomas. Linda Wright. Julie Frisby, Laurie
'l'rinca. tsecond rowl David Moore, Sharon
Johns. Uarol Schubert. Lila Hankins,
Patricia Head. Kelly Matochick. Vivian Nix.
Myra Feinberg. Beth Parsons. Lynn Ellen
Haskett, tthird row! Mark Feimster, Rick
Hillllilliil. Martha Shacklelord. Jan Evans.
Marion Owens. Melanie Calahan. Rebecca
Camp. Lane Fernalcl. Karen Kinard. Brian
Macke. iinidentilied. Bruce Macke. Tim
Stone. Don Humble. Bill Nesbitt. tfourth
row! Robert Case. Greg Haefner, Betty
Jones. Joe Doyle, James Enis, Steven Yaney,
Mark Flark. Steve Thompson. Ronald
Jamerson. ttitth row! Larry Nesbitt. Ronnie
Lester. Rick Snell, James Mattox. Jeft
White. Alan Beachy. David Mosley, Eric
lilstrom. Jett' Lehigh.
Mrs. Billy Jones, Mrs. Georgia
Williams and Miss Sylvia Thibault
served as sponsors of the Afro-
American Club. This club provided
much in the way of enthusiasm and
leadership for the school.
During the year members of the
Afro-American Club sponsored two
record hops featuring Pearl Johnson
falias P.J.J and the most successful
"Show and Tell in Central Park"
variety show. All monies collected
from these endeavors were placed in
the Raymond Bondmon Scholarship
As a result of this clubs hard
work and thoughtfulness an es-
timated SL100 was collected at the
box office the only night of their
Serving as president of the
club, Ann Edmons worked with
secretary, Olivia Frazier, Shelia
Thompson, Hugh Watson and many
others to provide a most eventful
Afro-American members were tfront rowl
Sheila Primm, Carolyn Jenson, Earnestine
Williams, Margie Gray, Sharon Levingston,
Gordon Kidd. fsecond row? Robert Avery,
Arlean Alderson, Cynthia Brown, Sandra Fa-
sion. Ricky Anderson, Nina Reynolds. tthird
row! Denise Allen, unidentified, Terrie
Anderson. Debra Ross, Sandra Fields, Ira
Bradford. ffourth rowl Talmidge Loggins,
Nilon Moore. Sheila Thompson, Kennth
Wells. Hugh Watson. Debbie Dykes. ffifth
row! -Jeanette Brown, Darnesia Scott, Gloria
Mardis. Linda Jackson, Carolyn Edwards,
Mary Jordon. tstandingl Donald Lee, Ann
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it up during "Show and Tell in Central
Park", MIDDLE Y Mike Holan served as
Master ot' Ceremonies for the occasion. TOP
RIGHT - The EHS Barbershop Quartet con-
sisting ot' Tim Brown. Aaron Shook, Terry
Norman. and Randy Rushing performed
several times throughout the show.
The Debate Club was formed
this year and had a very successful
year. The club began its activities
by traveling to Louisiana Tech in
Ruston to attend a debate seminar,
where the club members learned the
fundamentals of debate technique.
Later on in the year the club went to
Conway where they participated in
judging and timing a debate tourna-
The club's sponsor was Miss
Debbie Barr. The officers serving
the club were Michael Hicks, presi-
dentg Wayne Strickland, vice-
presidentg Ricky Beebe, treasurerg
and Pat Brewer, secretary.
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The El Dorado High School
Engineer's Club, sponsored by Mrs.
Carter, was formed in order to
stimulate interest in practical
applications of science. The main
project of the club this year was the
hosting of the annual science fair.
This event afforded an opportunity
for area science students to display
their various research papers, pro-
jects, and experiments. Another
special event for the club was a
banquet held for the members at the
Induction of new members was
held in the spring. The initiants
were required to obtain the
signatures of several current mem-
bers and to wear the aprons and
goggles to classes for one full day.
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Engineer's Club members were Mark Eggers,
Ellen Adams, Jo Lynn Lewis, Margo Welch,
Sharon Murphy, Debi Keever, Pat Cope,
Rhoda Nelson, Barry Parks, Bobbie Weir,
Tomilyn Norris, Gerry Jones, Mark Kellum,
Robbie Meeks, Darlene Howard, Mary Beth
Bentley, Phillip Prewitt, Elbert Godwin,
Richard Hottle, Bubba Naramore, Rusty
Baldwin, Sam White, Paul Schubert,
Wright. Massey, Steve Jones, Richard
Jackson. -left' Rogers, Robin Dumas, -lim
Harbour, Kevin Bright, David Cheatham.
TOP - Ronnie Lester, Robert Case, Billy
Cates. Mark Feimster. Rick Snell. -lames
Mattox, Dixie Waggoner, Pam Atkinson,
Becky Goodwin, Kelly Matochik, Robin
Jones. Vivian Nix. Marian Owens. Carol
Schubert. Jeff' White. Greg Haefner. Tim
Stone, Joe Doyle, Bob McKinney, Jim
Campbell. Steven Yaney, Jerry Lawrence.
David Moore. Roger Ramsey. Steve Thomp-
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Mu Alpha Theta is a national
organization of mathematic clubs
whose purpose is the promotion of
scholarship in, and enjoyment and
understanding of, mathematics
among high school and junior
Students who have completed
six semesters of college preparatory
mathematics and in addition have
completed or are enrolled in the
seventh semester are eligible for
membership providing their general
high school work was done with dis-
tinction, Students who are enrolled
in second year algebra are eligible
for associate membership providing
they have a 2.5 grade average.
Serving as officers are: Johnny
Yocum, presidentg Gerry Jones,
vice-presidentg Tomilyn Norris.
secretary. Mark Kellum. treasurerg
and Mr. F. H. Taweel, advisor.
TOP - Officers for this year were Gerry Jones,
vice-president. Tomilyn Norris. secretary.
Mark Kellum. treasurer. Johnny Yocum.
president. and Mr. F. H. Taweel. BOTTOM -
Mu Alpha Theta members are tfront row!
lVlark Kellum. Tomilyn Norris, Gerry Jones.
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and Johnny Yocum. tsecond rowl Sharon
lieviugston. Uarnesia Scott. Patti Cope. Bob-
bie Weir. and Renee Langley. tthird rowl
Susan Smith. Julie McDonald. Nancy Ben-
ton. Gail Graves, and Sharon Murphy.
tfourth rowl Sam White, Paul Schubert,
David Vheatham. and Ellen Adams. tfifth
rowl lVlr. Taweel. Steve Jones. Richard
Jackson. Harry Parks. and Galen
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One ofthe most active clubs at
EHS was the HERO Club, Home
Economics Related Occupations.
HERO Club was made up of
students that attended classes halfa
day and worked half of the day.
Each year they sponsored a banquet
in which the students invited their
employers as guests and have
various kinds of entertainment that
ranged from speakers to a song.
This year HERO was honored
by an interesting program with
Senator W. D. Moore Jr. speaking.
The club is sponsored by Mrs. Sadie
Booker, Home Economics teacher at
El Dorado High School.
ABOVE LEFT - Diane Ball, Teresa Ward
and Deborah Miller enjoyed creating new
and exciting meals. CENTER LEFT -
Margaret Crihb. Dehra Porter and Cindy
Jones experimented with several recipes to
come up with a delicious dinner. BOTTOM
LEFT - Gary Brewster. Larry McNatt and
friend prepared for a feast but found out that
cleaning up was part of the job. ABOVE -
Walter Mullukin enjoyed his free time by
making paper airplanes.
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The Thespians annual produc-
tion. "The Crucible." by Arthur
Miller was the highlight ofthe Thes-
pian year. "The Crucible" is based
on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692-
953 when a group of girls, through
their own selfishness and ignorance.
caused the deaths ot' 39 innocent
people and ruined the lives of
countless others by "crying out"
that they were bewitched. Greed.
hypocrisy. and fear aided the spread
of the plague to uncontrollable
proportions. The presentation was
produced by Mrs. Anita Wylie and
Mrs. Dee Post.
In order to become a Thespian,
one must have acquired a total of 10
points earned through participation
in performance, leadership, writing,
and other school activities.
Thespian members par-
ticipated in reader's theater, in
preparation for the annual play as
well as the set design for their final
production. Using simple sets and
traditional black attire denoting the
seriousness of the period of time.
This time of turmoil is reflected
throughout the presentation.
Stanley Post and Pam
Baumgardner were selected as
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El Dorado High School's
Future Homemaker's of America
under the sponsorship of Mrs. Joan
Williams of East Campus and Mrs.
Charlene Burns of West Campus
met November 1. to install the of-
ficers of 19755-74 school year.
Serving as officers were Presi-
dent Cindy Mayhan, Vice-President
Linda Reynolds. Secretary Joanie
Stinson, Treasurer Karin Robbins,
Reporter Genell Funderburg,
Parliamentarian Jamie Atwell,
Social Chairman Tressie Thrower,
and Song Leader Debra Porter.
The club met each first Thurs-
day of the month with special
programs centered around home
economics related topics. F.H.A.
concluded their year with the an-
nual banquet held in the Heritage
Room of the Holiday Inn.
TOP Officers were Linda Reynolds, Joanie Genell Funderburg. Pam Cook. Linda Debra Porter. Mrs. Charlene Burns. fthird
Stinson, Jamie Atwell. Cindy Mayhan, Reynolds. tsecond rowl Mrs. Joan Williams. rowl .Indy Taylor. Sue Piserelle. Toni Cates.
Karen Robbins. and Genell Funderburg. Cindy Mayhan, Pam Moudy, Debbie Talley, Yickie Nale. -lainie Atwell, Teresa Bourne.
ABOVE - Members included Sharon Nixon. ,Ioanie Stinson. Beth Forbes. Karen Robbins. and Nlartia Laney.
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The EHS East Library Club
met each Thursday to discuss ways
to better the library facilities at
East Campus. The club sponsored a
car in the homecoming parade to
promote spirit. A Christmas party
was held in the library for the club
members. Library Club members
worked in the library during their
free time checking out books and
keeping the shelves straight.
Officers for this year were
Nadine Traylor, treasurerg Rebecca
Camp, secretaryg David Dennis,
vice-presidentg and Wanda
ABOVE - Library Club members were David Jerry Wilson. Rebecca Camp. Robert Archie. Brady. Nadine Murphy, Nadine Traylor,
Dennis. Carolyn Hanson. Bobby Barrett, Wanda Wilbourn, Lynette Hester, Angela Julia Ward.
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Library members met weekly
on Mondays to discuss library
techniques, methods of improving
the library, and filing drills. Each
library member spent from four to
five hours a week in service to the
library, keeping books in order, and
checking books out to students and
Sponsored by Mrs. Wilma
Murphy and Mrs. Lillian Kosey, the
club plans an annual trip to the
Regional Student Library Associa-
tion. At these conventions the
students hear speakers, hold elec-
tions, and discuss library functions.
Sponsored by Mrs. Mary
Haney, the audio-visual assistants
operate the schools A-V equipment
for teachers, lectures, and
Being a member of the Library
Club and Audio-Visual, acts as a
stepping-stone to bigger and better
jobs in library business. Having had
experience, a student can get a good
paying job in college, with the
knowledge and skills they have ob-
tained from working in the library.
Members ot' the West Library Club were Jackson. Sycrece Barnes, Theresa Gordon, Lucille Malone, Betty Blutord, Betty
ttirst rowb GenellFunderburg, Dixie Spencer, Addie Mae Taylor. and Sheila Primm. tse- Edwards, and Sharon Levingston.
Ethel Rester, Louise Talley, Geraldine cond rowl Marilyn Jones, Judy Taylor.
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Boy's, Girl's State Teach Government
Twelve girls from EHS were
chosen to be delegates to the 1973
Girl's State session held at Camp
Robinson in North Little Rock,
Arkansas. The girls were nominated
by the faculty and picked from the
nominees for their leadership
abilities. Arkansas Girl's State,
which is annually held for one week
and sponsored by the American
Legion Auxiliary, was established to
give young women a better un-
derstanding of our governmental
Girl's State was honored this
year by taking part in the celebra-
tion of Arkansas's Statehood Day.
Representatives from each of the 75
Arkansas counties were selected to
light a candle for their county at the
"Birthday Party" held in the
Seventeen boys attended the
1973 Boy's State session from EHS.
All male nominees went before a
panel of judges who questioned
them on their personal beliefs. Boy's
State is also held at Camp Robinson
and sponsored by the American
Legion, Its purpose serves as the
same as Girl's State only the boys go
through physical ,training as well.
While at these sessions
delegates take part in politics, state,
county and local. Speakers such as
Governor Dale Bumpers, Attorney
General Jim Guy Tucker, and Lt.
Governor Bob Riley highlighted the
programs. All delegates returned to
El Dorado more aware of politics,
government, patriotism, and people
than when they left.
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reminisces back through her Girl's State an-
nual. FAR BOTTOM - Those attending
Girl's State include Beth Waldrup. Karen
Armstrong. Susan Hurley. Mary Beth
Bentley, Kiz Burton. Tobey Griffith, and
-lina Armstrong. -lina was chosen to be a
Counselor for the next year. ABOVE - Atten-
ding Boy's State were Robert Avery, Mike
Holan. Warren Rosehaur. Don Hale. Roger
Brown. Hugh Watson. John Goodwin. fback
row! Mark Eggers. Ricky Beebe. Thomas
Pierce. Greg Cheshier. David Simpson, Bob-
by Bays. Cliff Rogers. and Tim Sewell.
FBLA's year was highlighted hy
the chapter's officer installation.
numerous money raising projects.
and a successful state convention.
'l'he chapter. under the supervi-
sion of Mrs. Carolyn Langston.
opened the year with officer in-
stallations conducted hy the
Southern State College chapter of
Phi Beta Lambda. Under finance
and contribution the cluh dontated
monies to the March of Dimes. sold
Brite of America gift packs. and
financed a trip to the Arkansas
l".B.L.A. convention held in Little
Rock and district meet in Magnolia.
Participants in the state con-
vention included fourteen EHS
students. Of those fourteen. three
placed fourth in the spelling relay.
Those placing were Ann Ware. Lih-
hy Pedigo and Melinda Nesbitt. El
lJorado's chapter in district com-
petition placed in all categories
which completed a most successful
Nlemlaers of the Future Business Leaders ot
.'Xinerica who traveled to State Vonvention
this year were lfirst roxvt llelmliie Pockrus.
liatlileen Mcl"arlancl. Linda Weaver. Vani-
niy livers, Ann Ware. Teresa Martin. Sue
Wright. Sherry fiootlwin. and Lihhy Pedigo. fit-ers for this year were Kathleen McFarland
thark roxvi Windy Ware. Nlarsha Yernon. Irlmasurcrl 1.i1,1,5- lfafiignl prggidgntz Leah
Nancy Renton, Vhuck f'arelock. Warren W,,.,d. 1,-weurerg 119,19 'I'umer. Vice.
Rosenaur. and Vliarlie Skinner. 'FOI' - Of- pf-g-Sidi-1115 and George Harhuck. reporter.
Members of the Future Business Leaders of
America were ifirst rowl Rusty Baldwin, Bill
Evans. Sid Romine. Chuck Carelock.
Marilyn King. Margie Gray, Debra Rogers.
Libby l'edigo. Jean Ann Robertson, Melinda
Nesbitt. Anita IVlcC'ullar. Marie Rapp. lse-
cond row! Cathy Poole. Jolene Talley. Anita
Ash, Debra Pockrus. Pam Lee. Darlene
Howard. Kathleen McFarland. Carol Foster.
Susan Evans. 'l'eresa Martin. Anita Peppers.
Nancy Benton. flindy Ware, ithird rowl Deb-
bie Bauman. Karen Cobb, Sharon Floyd.
Cammy Evers. Karen Robbins. Nicki Sengel.
Debra Tolbert. unidentified. Margaret Dob-
son, Donna Porter, Debra Porter, Janet
Sinclair. Diane Jones. ifourth rowl Tina Grif-
fin. Sharon Turner. Leah Wood. Cheri VVild-
bur. unidentified. Fathy Burley. uniden-
tified. Becki Hickman. Mary Lou French,
Lisa Thompson. Janet Armour. Larry White.
itifth row! Marsha Vernon. Carol Ogden.
Warren Rosenaur. Cathy Graham. Karen
Mitchell, Genell Funderburg. Debbie Dob-
bins, Dixie Spencer. Sue Wright, Donna
Cook. Debbie Smith. Denise Holder. Martia
Laney. and Ann Ware. Libby Pedigo takes
the oath of office as Tommy Ross, the Phi
Beta Lambda representative. lights the can-
dle of leadership and passes the light to this
newly appointed president. Each officer par-
ticipated in the ceremony taking on the
responsibilities of their position. This
organization produces future business leaders
for America and provides experience in lear-
ning the processes necessary to carry out that
The li. M. Durnrnings Chapter
of the National Honor Society was a
chartered affiliate of a national
organization for the recognition of
superior students. Sponsored hy the
National Association of Secondary
School Principals. the society
endeavored to create enthusiasm for
scholarship. to stimulate the desire
to render service. to promote
leadership. and to encourage the
development of character.
Under the guidance ofMr. Boh-
hy Ross. faculty sponsor. the officers
for 19723-1974 were lseatedl Carol
Niederer. vice-president: and Mark
Eggers. president. tstandingl -lo
Lynn Lewis. treasurer: and Lisa
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Senior nienihers of the National Honor Socie-
ty were lfirst rowl Karen Mitchell. Margo
Welch. C'aniniy livers, Sherry Goodwin. Ann
Ware. -lo Lynn Lewis. Lee Archer. Raymond
Higgins. Varol Niederer. and Lon Ann
Wright, lset-ond row! Marsha Vernon. Sherry
Harnes. Donna Fullins. Mary Beth Hently.
s n tli nal honor sot tety
Billie llaynie. Pain Haumgardner. Melinda
Neslmitt. lieitha Pierce, Sharon Leyingston.
Sheila Prirnin. Mark Eggers. llarnesia Scott.
Rusty Meadows. Linda Mcllonald Karen
Armstrong. Vindy Harly. Lynn Willis. and
Lisa Farr. tthird rowl Heth Walclrup. Faren
Warren. Leah Wood, Sharon Murphy, Ellen
Aclanis. -lina Armstrong. Paul Schubert.
Hugh Watson. Rusty Baldwin, .John
Goodwin. David Cheatham. Stone Henson,
liohhy Hays. Walter Norman. and Warren
Junior members were Alicia Cloud. Gail
Graves. Mimi Myer. Darlene Howard. Julie
McDonals. Phillip Tomniey. Randy Rushing.
Hal Munford. Mark Kellum, Debi Sue
Keever. Donna Haynie. Maidra Walker. Tina
Vheatham. Richard Wharton. Gerry Jones.
Galen Guenrich. Richard Jackson. Steve
Jones. Harry Parks. John Grigson. Judy
Jones. Brenda Page. Renee Langley. Sharon
Floyd. Teresa Martin. John Trimble. Kevin
Bright. Wright Massey, Thad Williams. Sam
White. Leigh Barnes. Tomilyn Norris. Rhoda
Nelson. Karen Cobb. Kay McC'urry. Nancy
Sophomore inemhers were Billy Cates. Kelly
McKinney. Robin Jones. Paula Smith. Lauri
Mcflaugh. Kathy Knott. Melissa Thomas.
liinda Wright, Julie Frisby, Laura 'l'rinca.
David Moore. Sharon Johns. C'arol Schubert.
Lila Hankins. Patricia Head, Kelly
Matochik. Vivian Nix, Myra Feinberg. Beth
Parsons. liynn lillen l-Iaskett. Mark
lfeimster. Rick Bauman. Martha
Shacklelord. Marian Owens. Jan Evans.
Melanie Valahan. Rebecca Camp. liane Fers
nald. Karen Kinard. Brian Macke. Bruce
Macke. 'l'iin Stone. Steve Thompson. Don
Humble. Hill Nesbitt. Robert Vase.. Greg
Haetner. Eddie Jones. Joe Doyle. James
linis. Steven Yaney. Mark Flark. Ronald
Jamerson. Larry Nesbitt. Ronnie Lester.
Rick Snell. James Mattox. Jell' White. Alan
Reachy. David Mosley. Eric 'l'illstrom, Jett'
lilllllglll. national honor N
South American Student
Arrives In El Dorado
Once again this year. EHS had
the privilege of sharing its campus
with two girls from foreign coun-
tries. Sponsored by the Rotary Club
International. Azalia -Iosefina Roa
de Casanova arrived in El Dorado in
late August from San Cristobal.
Tachira, Venezuela. Living in the
home of Mrs. Dorothy Miles. Azalia
learned a great deal about American
customs and practices while we were
learning about her in the same way.
Azalias hobbies included dan-
cing, playing the piano, horseback
riding. reading. and painting. One
American dish which Azalia came to
enjoy was cake. Upon returning to
her home in Venezuela, Azalia
planned to enter the Universidad de
los Andes and to study architecture.
AIJJOINING PAGE: TOP RIGHT A Mira
takes time to enjoy the arboreteum during
her lunch module. LOWER RIGHT- A little
walk never hurt anyone, especially when
youire feeling a little homesick and your
family is an ocean away. MIDDLE - The
language lab always proved to be a big help
in helping Mira improve her English.
BOTTOM IVIIDDLE - Everyone is late every
now and then. even an exchange student.
LOWER LEFT - Mira soon discovered that
the "real thing" in America is definitely not
cherry vodka. THIS PAGE: I.'PI'ER RIGHT
Azalia adjusts the console to listen to a tape.
ABOVE - W'hat's this? -lust a typical
American boy playing a typical American
trick on a girl who is quite untypically not
frightened by lizards. MIDDLE RIGHT -
Azalia must have really enjoyed that
American food. Here she is shown trucking on
down to the cafeteria. LOWER RIGHT -
Study essential for an exchange student. es-
pecially when you arrive in the Lnited States
unable to speak a word of English as Azalia
did. RIGHT - Azalia smiles for the camera as
she leaves a classroom during module break..
All cya hangs- siurlt-nts
Also living with Mrs. Dorothy
Miles was Mirjana Tesic, our ex-
change student from Belgrade,
Yugoslavia. Sponsored by the Youth
for Understanding Teenage Ex-
change Program. Mira, as she pre-
ferred to he called, arrived in late
Mira found many differences in
Yugoslavian and American cus-
toms. During her stay in the United
States. and she commented that
"pizza and hamburgers, American
style, were a new delight to hern.
While at EHS, Mira took
English. american history,
chemistry, Spanish and
trigonometry. Her hobbies included
swimming, skiing, ice skating, and
When Mira returns to her coun-
try, she plans to enter the Law
University of Belgrade.
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Headaches. tears. long days
and nights, frustration. and a lot of
general hard work went into the
production of the 1974 WILDCAT.
Supervised by editor Beth
Waldrup and Mary Kay Ball, ad-
visor. the annual slowly but surely
began taking shape, and before
long, it was time to send the final
shipment. and the yearbook became
This year, the staff chose to
employ the Walsworth Company of
Marceline, Missouri in publishing
the yearbook. Mr. Gordon Hale. a
representative of the company, paid
frequent visits to the journalism
department to show us new styles of
layout, new techniques, and to ad-
vise us in general.
Past WILDCAT staffs have
always prided itself on its ability to
successfully pioneer in new areas to
achieve new and different effects.
and this year was no exception. For
the first time in this area, the staff
chose to use watercolors done by the
art department in the introduction
to the annual.
The staff wishes to express its
appreciation to everyone who
helped put out the yearbook, and we
hope you enjoyed looking through
the WILDCAT as much as we en-
joyed creating it.
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FAR 'l'0l' LPIFT - The editor ol' the 1974
Wll,lNlA'l' was Ht-th Waldrup. FAR
HU'l"I'OM Ll'lF'l' - 'l'he efforts of' David
Oliver. chiel' photographer. were indispensa-
lmle. Nlll7lDl,l'i HO'l"l'ONl I.l'Il"'l' - ,lack
Godwin aided in the production ol' the year-
lmook immensely through his contrihutions as
a photographer. Ll'Il"'l' - Wayne Strickland.
Don Hale. and Tint Murphy directed the
organization ol' the sports section of the year-
hook as sports editor. MIDDLE - Chris
Qualls. special effects editor. and Debi
Bauman. index editor. aided in the produc-
tion ol' the annual hy writing copy. typing. in-
dexing. and doing various other odd jobs.
BELOW A Mary Kay Hall, staffadvisor. serv-
ed as a tireless inspiration to the staff and a
capahle leader. BO'l"llOM - A vital part ol'
the Wll,lJC'A'l'. Liz Hendricks. organizations
editor and business manager, Lark Elliott.
typist. and Vheryl Corn. advertising. carried
out the all-important tasks of' advertising.
layout. and hookkeeping.
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The '73-,74 Hi Gusher staff
devoted class time, countless
modules of IS. time, and many
afternoons to the production ofthe
school paper this year. As was
evidenced by the favorable reactions
of the student body, the staff was
successful in fulfilling their goal of
pleasing the students of EHS by
putting out a paper which was both
informative and entertaining. This
year's Hi Gusher staff was different
from those in the past in that it
adopted a more liberal format and
dealt with some of the more serious
problems both in the school and on
the national scene.
At the 36th annual Journalism
Day at ASU in Jonesboro, the Hi
Gusher won an honorable mention
as one of the five best papers in the
state. Staff members also earned
several awards, among which were a
second place rating in broadcasting
by Mike Holan, and a second and
third place award by Raymond
Higgins in headline writing and
copy reading, consecutively. Those
attending the event were Chris
Qualls, Mary Beth Doyle, Mike
Hicks, Raymond Higgins, Warren
Ludwig, Liz Hendricks, Beth
Waldrup, John Goodwin, Mike
Holan, Wayne Strickland, Don
Hale, Jeff Willis, and Miss Mary
Kay Ball, advisor.
The Hi Gusher staff members were. from left
to right. tfirst rowl David Oliver.
photographer, Linda Thompson. layout
assistant, Raymond Higgins, news editor,
t'hris Qtialls. editor. Mary Beth Doyle.
editor. and Liz Hendricks. columnist. tse- Nliss Mary Kay Ball. staff advisor. Not pre-
cond row! John Goodwin. columnist. Cathy sent for thc picture were Wayne Strickland,
Graham. business manager, Jack Godwin. assistant sports editor. and Warren Ludwig,
photographer. Jett' Willis. sports editor, and cartoonist.
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TOP LEFT - Chris Qualls and Mary Beth
Doyle served as Co-editors of the Hi Gusher
this year. TOP MIDDLE - Miss Mary Kay
Ball. stall' advisor. supervised all the work
done hy the staff. TDP RIGHT - -left' Willis.
sports editor. and Wayne Strickland, assis-
tant sports editor. prepare copy forthe sports
page. MIDDLE LEFT - Warren Ludwig. car-
toonist. sketches away on one of his creations.
CENTER - Raymond Higgins. News editor.
checks the heat sheet to make sure all stories
are in on time. MIDDLE RIGHT - Cathy
Graham records ad sales. which was a part of
her job as business manager. BOTTOM
LEFT - Liz Henrdricks and -Iohn Goodwin.
columnists. take a break from their creative
thinking to pose forthe camera. -Iohn wrote a
column entitled "Diary of a Mad Student"
and Liz wrote the tamed "Motor Mouth
Messiah, Male Chorus Gets State Acclaim
As The Department Added Quality Music
Under the direction of Mr.
James O. Foxx, Mr. Joe Williams,
and Mrs. Georgia Williams, the
EHS choral department had a very
rewarding year. The groups
presented programs at the local
churches, the junior highs, EHS
assemblies, and local civic and out-
Several new choirs were formed
this year. Chamber Singers, under
the direction of Mr. Foxx, had three
smaller divisions within the group
including Madrigal Singers, Girls'
Sextet. and the Men's Barbershop
Quartet. Madrigal was a six
member group which sang strictly
madrigal arrangements, and the
Girls, Sextet sang all types of music
arranged for women's voices. The
Men's Barbershop Quartet proved
to be one of the most enjoyable
groups, singing barbershop and
Other new groups were
Accelerated Girls Chorus, which
was made up of girls from Choraliers
and Oratorio, and was directed by
Mr. Joe Williams. The Male Cho-
rus. directed by Mr. James Foxx,
consisted of boys from both
Choraliers and Oratorio. The choir
was honored as the best male choir
in the state.
Chorale Singers, under the
direction of Mr. Williams, per-
formed several times for the student
body and civic groups. This group
consisted of members from
Choraliers and Oratorio. The Ebony
Singers, directed by Mrs. Georgia
Williams, featured solos, a band
ensemble, and choreography. Mrs.
Williams also directed the Varsity
Mr. Williams most advanced
choir, Choraliers, proved outstand-
ing at both regional and state
Under the direction of Mr.
James Foxx, The Oratorio Singers
was the highest choir at EHS.
Oratorio rated 6'superior" at both
regional and state festivals. For the
first time Oratorio and Choraliers
combined to present the "Messiah,'
during the Christmas season.
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Vhamier Singer members were Cindy Kathy Long. JudyJones, Susanlorter, Terry 'oJb. Tim Brown, Sherry Goodwin, and
Mziyhaii. Kim Hanes, Melanie Cottrell. Nornian. Sharon Floyd, Jim Carnes. Karen Randy Rushing.
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I.EF'I' - Choraliers provided the entertain-
ment during the annual Thanksgiving
assernhly. Hl'Il,DW - Members of the Girls
C'horus were llront rowl Rebecca Camp, Don-
na Miles, Cheryl VVilkins. Dehra Hawkins,
l'am Atkinson. Sherry Barnes. Judy -lones,
Sandra Strother. and Karen Kinard. fsecond
row! Ann Mt-Elroy. Cathy Burley. Melanie
Cillllllfill. Lisa Holder. Kathy Long. Susan
Hurley. Karen Armstrong. Sherry Goodwin.
and Susan Porter. fthird row! Melanie Fot-
trell. Sharon Floyd. Becky Hickman. Nancy
Benton. Carolyn Cooksey. Marion Owens.
Martha Xlarnock. Vicki Lawrence. Dehi
l-Saurnan. and Liz Hendricks. lfourth rowh
-Ian Evans. Kim lianes. Lucy Reehe. Donna
Vance. Darlene Howard. Belinda Brown,
Nit'kiSe1igel.Sandralfaison. Nina Reynolds.
Cindy Young. and flindy Harley.
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ABOVE - All-State members were lfront
rowb Bill Nesbitt, Tim Brown. Ronnie Lester.
Btiblua Nnrznnore. and Russell Johnson,
lliavla row? -lim Farnes. 'lan Evans, Don
Parks. Kim Hanes, flhris Kornegay. Sherry
tloodwin. Gerry Jones. Keitha Pierce. Terry
Norman. :intl Farol Shacklelord. RIGHT -
The l-Sarluersliop Quartet consisted of Tim
Hrown. Terry Norman. Randy Rushing. and
-lint Varnes, 'l'liey perlorrnecl several times
tlirougliont the year.
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Meinhers ot' Choraliers were Kfrist rowb
Rebecca Camp. Donna Miles. Cheryl
Wilkins. Pain Atkinson. Lisa Holder. Rubye
Goodwin. Carolyn Cooksey, Melanie
Calahan. and Cindy Harley. fsecond rowi
Linda Thompson. Deborah Hawkins. Cindy
Weaver. Darlene Howard. Lucy Beebe.
Martha Warnock, Vicki Lawrence. Nicky
Sengel. Sandra Strother. Cindy Young. Liz
Hendricks. Nina Reynolds. and Sandra
Faison tthird rowb Donna Vance, Gennifer
Watkins. Hobby Lacy. Mark Weaver.
Howard Bradley. Donald Henley. Bob
Mm-Kinney. David Mosley. Alan Beachy. Don
Huinhle. Dennis l-indel. Andy Cyphers. Den-
ny Parker. Mark Miles. lfourth rowl Becki
Hickman. Nancy Benton. Craig Harhuck.
Charles Crook. Morgan Huffman. Alan
Avery. Ed Modica. -Iohn Leveritt. Horace
Frazier. I-'lint Fisher. -lerry Morgan, and Paul
Gilhreath. Ll-Il-'T A Chamber Singers per-
lormed at hoth the regional and state
festivals and attained a superior rating.
ABOVE A Chorale members were tseatedl
Rebecca Vamp. C'arol Robinson. Sherry
Barnes. Vathy Burley. tstandingl Ronnie
Lester. Don Parks. Nancy Benton. Ricky
Beebe. -lan Evans, Morgan Huffman. Bubba
Naramore. Denny Parker. Don Humble.
Hoiiily' Bays. Martha Warnock. Paul
Clilbreath. Susan Hurley. and Jim Carnes.
l,Ei"'i' s The Ebony Singers provided enter-
tainment tor various clubs throughout the
year. ABOVE - Mr. Foxx tries out new music'
on Melanie fottrell and Kim Eanes. Kim
was selerted as outstanding Oratorio
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Uratorio memhers were llirst row! Ricky
Het-lie. Keitha Pierce, Chris Kornegay, Ann
Nltlilroy. Mike Bottoms. Carol Robinson.
Phillip 'l'ommey. Belinda Brown. Dennis
-Iamt-s. Sherry Barnes. Terry Norman. and
Judy' Jones, lseeond rowl Kim Hanes. Carol
Shut-klelord, Mark West. -lan Evans. Don
Parks. Gail Graves. Bill Nesbitt, Susan
Hurley. Randy Rushing. Kathy Long. Gerry
-lones, and Susan Porter. lthird row! Cathy
Hurley. Russell Johnson. liou Ann Wright,
Richard Hussey. Melanie Cottrell, Ronnie
liester. Karen Armstrong. Chris Qualls,
Karen Kinard. -lim Warnock. Cindy
Nlaylian. ltourth row! Karen Cohh. Tim
Brown, Sharon Floyd, Jim Carnes, Beth
Waldrup. Galen Guengerieh. liisa Carr. Boh-
lmlx Hays. Sherry Goodwin. David Morgan and
Marion Owens. RIGHT - Madrigal Singers
t-onsisted ol' Sherry Goodwin. David Morgan.
Cindy' Mayhan. Gail Graves, Chris
Korne-gay, and Kim Planes.
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TOP - Members ofthe EHS Sextet were -ludy
Jones. Susan Porter, Kathy Long, Melanie
Cottrell. Sharon Floyd, and Karen Cobb.
Ll'fF'l' - Practice outside was a common sight
during the two weeks before state festival.
ABOVE - Chorale Singers Don Parks, Rebec-
ca Camp and Ronnie Lester were part ofthe
group who sang during the Homecoming
EH. . Orchestra Participated
In A Most Rewarding Season
The El Dorado High School
Orchestra, under the direction of
Mr. Gerald Kiger, had quite an ac-
tive year. Beginning practice in
September, the orchestra provided
the music for the presentation ofthe
"Messiah" at Christmas time per-
formed by the Oratorio Singers,
Choraliers, and the orchestra. In
January, the orchestra traveled to
Conway to participate in the String
clinic, and in February, twenty-five
members placed in the All-State
Orchestra after trying out in
Conway. The director of the All-
State Orchestra was George
Troutweine, director of the
The group's annual spring con-
cert was held on May 20, and they
accompanied the Choraliers and
Oratorio Singers on at Bac-
Carol Niederer, Phillip Tommey, Steven
Haskett. Richard Wharton, Lou Ann Wright,
Ronald -Iamerson. Sherry Goodwin, Lou Ann
Wright. Hal Muntord. Lynn Ellen Haskett,
Melissa Thomas, Denise Napoleon, Beverly
Smith, Debbie Samra, Charissa Smith,
Cynthia Lewis, Kay McCurry, Mary John-
son. Galen Guenerich, Warren Rosenaur,
Myra Feinberg. -Jessie McCelland, Lillie
Ruth Moore, Cynthia Wilkins, Eddie Miller,
Terry Woods, Gerald Kiger, Robin Vines,
Cheryl Swilley, -left' Swilley, Deborah
Pot-krus. Mary Beth Bentley, Denise
McMenus. Shirley McGaugh, and Leah
Mary Beth Bentley
Lynn Kllen Haskett
Lou Ann Wright
Fhamlmer Orchestra members were Lou Ann
Wrughl, Mary Johnson, Carol Niederer,
Richard Wharton. Steven Haskett. Sherry
Goodwin. Galen Guenrich. Shirley
iVl4'fl2llIf.Zl1. Hal ivlllllliflfd, Leah Elliott.
Phillip Toniniey. and Gerald Kiger.
TO: ALL HIGH SCHOOL BAND
FROM: MR. COOPER, AND MR.
GRAHAM KYOUR FAVORITE
Greetings once again, all you
lovely band students . . . Guess
what time it is f'?lc1:Q1. .77 We don't
want to hold you in suspense any
longer, so we will go ahead and tell
you that it's time for F-U-N I-N
T-H-E S-U-Nl!!! Yes, that's right
boys and girls . . . 14 fun filled
days at old West Campus band hall
and parking lot full of gripes and
sweat. It is during this period of
time that you grow to love your
directors and squad leaders, so
please try to develop a good attitude
before you arrive on the scene. Keep
a bottle of salt tablets with you at
all times, and plan to lose between 5
and 10 pounds of summer fat the
You need to allow for this in
buying your fall wardrobe.
All kidding aside, we are an-
ticipating the best band that we
have had at El Dorado High School.
Our numbers are up from previous
years, and the quality of
musicianship is really at a peak. We
are ready to go to work to make it
the best year yet.
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FAR LEFT TOP-Mr. Cooper and drum mas
jor Randy Rushing were presented a trophy
for first place at the Henderson State
Marching Contest, TOP LEFT-Part of being
a member ofthe marching band was perfor-
ming during all home football games during
halftime. Johnny Ponder performed with the
marching band. TOP MIDDLE-Peggy
French proudly waved the spirit stick which
was presented to the band. TOP RIGHT-
-lohn Clark promotes spirit in pep
assemblies. LEFT LOW CLARINETS-tfront
rowl-Wanda Wilburn, Toni Cates. Regina
Wilbert, Danny Martin, Kenny Harris, Don-
na Cook. 12nd rowl--lohn Mark Finley, Mitch
Chapland. Billie Fausett. Betty Sanders.
Patty Turner. ABOVE CLARINETSt1st
row? Brenda Baker, Debra Calaway, Angie
Lee, Keven Fisher. Barbara Baker. Sue
Wright. Denise Holder. Debbie Smith. 12nd
rowl Ethel Hester. C'elia Shirey. Tommy
Knight. Hunter Ambose, Tammy Hudson,
Penny Toland. Kathy Atkinson. Beth Ann
McC'roskey. tilrd fowl -lackie Ferris, Shirley
Woods. Regina Lockhart. Regina Anderson.
Lizzie Gibson. Tequila Cooper. FAR LEFT-
Two trophies that the band won in contest
were displayed in the band hall.
TOP-FRENCH HORNS-Judy Hackey,
Vindy Duhraille. Jeff Gafford. Tim Stone,
David -loyner. Elbert Godwin. Roger Brown,
ABOVE RIGHT-LOW BRASS-ffirst rowl
Mary Bess Hale, Mike Figures, Dwayne
Vhamherlain. Wes Arnhose. Chris Kornegay.
lsecond row! Jerry Larence. Mike Verrett,
Phillip Rainwater. Russell Johnson. Randy
Massey. Thomas Griffin, Steve Thompson.
l,ynn Ahles, Guy Williams. Bubba
Naramore. 'l'im Brown. ABOVE-Dean Kelley
and Mr. Cooper ponder over a musical equa-
TOP-SAXOPHONES4Chris Stocks. Bill
Harbour, Bobby Barrett, Susan Evans, Roger
Ramsey, Chris Qualls, Kevin Bright. Johnny
Ponder. ABOVE-Chris Qualls. Michelle
Holder, and Danny Martin participated in
the 1973-74 Homecoming activities by
marching with the band during the
Homecoming parade. ABOVE RIGHT-
PERCUSSION-ifirst rowl-Dick Brown, John
Clark, Oran Franklin, Talmadge Loggins,
Greg Haefner, Pat Cope, Jim Warnock, ise-
cond row!-Mike McClarty, Dale White, Jim-
DEAREST Head Elf,
In the first place, I don't like to receive correspondence of any kind
from a bunch of elves, and in the second place, we can't get to Leesville
from El Dorado. We have to go to Monkey Gap and start from there,
which is already 190 miles out of the way.
I'm really happy that you express so much enthusiasm about the
"clouds and rain" that filled your Usuccessfuli' kick-off last year-and
also those "new" Christmas decorations that Leesville bought from the
El Dorado Chamber of Commerce 2 years ago, but our band doesn't go
in for nor get excited about that kind of silly garbage.
In El Dorado, we go in for precision marching and quality of play-
ing music rather than the lights on the hats.
Several of our students are crying their eyes out right now because
they are not going to get to see the SPECTACULAR Festival of Lights,
and participate in that fabulous "area entertainment' around
Leesville, and I don't like to see my students go through an experience
like that, so please---don't send any more invitations to us.
Give the rest of the elves our regards, and good luck with the clouds
and rain and light and all the other festivities.
Wildcat majorettes were Kathy Atkinson, Pat Brewer. Lane Fernald, Suzanne Herrington, Cheryl Corn, Olivia Frazier, Kevin
Fisher, and Beth Ann McCroskey.
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19751 WILDCAT FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
August 31 0-14 Texarkana
September 7 14-20 North Little Rock Northeast
September 14 14-42 Fort Smith Northside
September 21 7-14 Bastrop
September 28 0-133 North Little Rock Ole Main
October 5 8- 7 Pine Bluff
October 12 6-29 Parkview
October 19 0-21 Little Rock Central
November 2 8-34 Catholic
November 9 6- 9 Hall
A Team ls
Togetherness! That might have
been the problem for the 1973 Wild-
cat football season. Offense great
one week. defense superb the next.
but never on the same evening.
Working with the smallest number
of seniors in several years there was
a lack of leadership. experience and
togetherness. During the season the
Wildcats posted a 1-9 overall record
and a 1-7 record in AAAA con-
Despite the disappointing
season. the Wildcats placed three
players on the All-State Team and
one on the Arkansas Super Team.
Those players were split end. Scott
Tanner. tailback. Ricky Anderson
and defensive end Ralph Woods.
who also took honors on the Super
Team. Producing one win the team
kept a winning attitude. while the
coaching staff lost head coach. Don
Horton. who resigned after the last
l'l'l'l'iR Ll'll"T: back row-Coach -lames Pet-
titt. Coach Tommy Patterson. Coach W'inkie
May, Wes Haynie. Don Gupton. -lames
Cnderhill. George lillerson. Marvin Haton.
Robin Dumas. Alton Moorehead. Yan
Beasley. -lames Schultz. Felton Manning.
Todd Willis. Robert Donahue. Jeff Rogers.
Mike McCoryey. Greg Cheshier. Charlie
Skinner. Wayne Strickland. Scott Tanner.
Waymon Crew. Lonnie Bullock. Ralph
Woods. Calyin Cooper. Coach Lester Ross.
Head Coach Don Horton. Coach Richard
Martin. middle row-Richard Hottle.
Manager, Kenneth Johnson. O. Reed. Ber-
nard Adains. Donald Dismuke. R. Hendrix.
Steye Risinger. Wallace -lohnson. Gordon
Kidd. Kenny Murphy. -lohn tlrigson. Hill'
Smith. Warren Ludwig. Tommy Robertson.
Tom Feimster. Steyc Holdridge. Leonard
Hildreth. Carl Moore. Norris Robinson.
Coach -lim Atwell. front row-Ronnie
McDaniel. Manager. -left' Lehigh. Ronnie
Lewis. Billy -loe Ford. Albert Boulden. Farris
Martin. -lohn Leyerett. Greg! Russell. Larry
Candler. Victor Jackson. Phillip Prewett.
Gary Peak. Lee Archer. Rusty Meadows. Sid
Romine. Cedric Sheppard. David Rodgers.
-lohn Stcgall. Bert Buckwalter. and Ricky
RO'l"l'OlXl Ll'lF'l': The 19731-74 Wildcat toot-
ball coaches were 'l'ommy Patterson. Lester
Ross. James Pettitt. head coach Don Horton.
Winkie May. Richard Martin. and 'lim
Cats Host The
For El Dorado's first game dur-
ing the 1973 season the Cats were
host to the AAA power from Tex-
arkana, which proved to be the un-
disputed number one team in the
state. On the opening kickoff star-
ting middle linebacker Lonnie
Bullock suffered a broken arm, put-
ting the defensive unit in a bind. On
the Razorback first possession they
drove it for the first tally of the
The Wildcats were unable to
move the ball and turned it over on
downs. The Razorbacks again took
possession and found pay dirt again
during the first quarter and led 14-0.
During the second period neither
team could establish any offensive
momentum and the Razorbacks
held the lead during halftime 14-0.
The final two periods found
each team unable to find the goal
line and Texarkana came out on
Second on the Wildcat agenda
were the North Little Rock Chargers
from Northeast High. Again the
Wildcats were host. The Wildcats
showed outstanding offensive poten-
tial during the first half, scoring
twice and led the Chargers 14-0 dur-
ing the intermission. A regrouped
Charger squad came back strong
during the second half and they took
the opening kickoff for the score.
The El Dorado defense was unable
to contain Northeast quarterback
Dickie Williams, as he established a
passing attack that led the Chargers
21-14 over the Wildcats.
EHS In La.
El Dorado traveled south for
their fourth match of the year to
face the Number 1 Louisiana power,
Bastrop. This was the first en-
counter between the two teams and
the Rams came out on top 14-7. The
Rams scored during the first period
but missed the extra point and led
6-0. The Wildcats matched the score
in the second stanza when
sophomore, Billy Joe Ford
scampered 54 yards for the tally.
The PAT put the Cats on top 7-6. El
Dorado defense held Bastrop during
the third quarter, but were unable
to score themselves. The initial
touchdown came in the final stanza
when the Rams intercepted a Wild-
cat pass and took it all the way to
put them on top at the end of the
FAR LE1-'T.A regmuping Northeast team sues Northeast quarterback Dickie Williams, contain the Bastrop quarterback. TOP-E1
takes a time out during the Charger-Wildcat ABOVE-Ronnie Lewis and Robert Nelson Dorado's defense stops the Bastrop fullback.
game. BOTTOM LEFT-Ralph Woods pur-
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EHS Tops Zebras
El Dorado traveled to Pine
Bluff to meet the Zebras during
their homecoming festivities. The
only Pine Bluff score came im-
mediately following the opening
kickoff when the Zebras returned to
the El Dorado 7 yard line. Three
plays later the Zebras were on top.
The PAT was good and Pine Bluff
The El Dorado offense couldn't
seem to hold on to the ball during
the first half as they fumbled
numerous times with the Zebras
taking possession of the ball inside
the Wildcats 20 many times but the
stubborn El Dorado defense stopped
the Zebras everytime to hold the
score to 7-0 at the midway point.
The third period saw the same
type action as the offensive units of
each squad could not move the ball.
The initial score came with only
1:58 left in the contest after the
passing of quarterback Greg
Cheshier to All-State split end Scott
Tanner and Junior Biff Smith. The
score came as Smith received a 7
yard toss from Cheshier. With the
score 7-6 El Dorado gambled with a
two point conversion. Senior Steve
Risinger took the call on a reverse
around left end as the Wildcats end-
ed the game on top for the first time
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CENTER TOP-Quarterback Charles Skinner is nailed for a loss during the Pine Bluff game
ABOVE-Wildcat squad members talk things over before the Pine Bluff game.
Halftime Finds O-O Tie
In Ole Main, El Dorado
Next on the schedule were the
Wildcats from North Little Rock
Ole Main. The first half was a
defensive battle as neither teams
offensive units were able to
penetrate the powerful defense of
the other squad. As the buzzer
sounded to end the second period of
play, the score stood Wildcats-0,
Yankees-0. The third stanza was a
new game as the fired-up Ole Main
offensive unit took the ball from the
opening kickoff for gain after gain.
The confused Ed Dorado defense
allowed the first score of the night as
Ole Main placed seven points on the
board. El Doradols offense found
few holes in the seemingly perfect
Yankee defense and turned the ball
over on downs. Ole Mains powerful
offense again picked up where they
left off and pushed the El Dorado
defense and added the score to 14-O.
LEFT-Sophomore Billy Joe Ford tried to find some running room against North Little Rock Ole
Main. ABOVE-The defensive squad takes a deserved rest during the homecoming bout against
Little Rock Hall.
Cats Fall To
EHS 7 And 1
Little Rock Central confronted
El Dorado with their fifth loss on
October 19, as the Cats brilliant but
ineffective efforts failed. The Tigers
opened by scoring not to be daunted
throughout the game. El Dorado
attempted to return a 78 yard drive,
only to die on the eleven yard,
fourth down missed pass by Ricky
The Wildcats appeared to
regain momentum when they
recovered the ball with only two
minutes left to play. It was in this
game that Ricky Anderson became
the first Wildcat of 1973 season to
gain over 100 yards.
TOP RIGHT-Heads they won, seems to be the judgment of the official as he informs Wildcat
captains Lonnie Bullock and Ralph Woods. ABOVE-Senior Gordon Kidd manhandles a Little
Rock Catholic player in War Memorial Stadium. RIGHT-All-State split end-punter Scott
Tanner boots a long punt on the astro turf against Little Rock Catholic. TOP RIGHT-Manager
Matt McNeely looks on during the Wildcat-Rocket match. FAR RIGHT-Quarterback Greg
Cheshier was pounded to the turf as the official observes.
Twenty Seniors Watch EH
Confront Hall In A Final Attempt
The Wildcats faced the highly
ranked team from Little Rock Hall
High Warriors for the final game of
the season. This was the last game
for twenty dedicated Seniors who
stuck it out despite a disappointing
season. The Wildcats displayed the
finest effort of the season, maybe
because it was homecoming and the
excitement and recognition made
the team more ready to play this
game than before. The first was a
surprise to some as the outstanding
Wishbone offensive of the Little
Rock team was unable to move
against a stone wall Wildcat
defense. The Warriors scored during
the first stanza on a long third down
pass for their only touchdown of the
night. The PAT however was block-
ed by centerback Wayne Strickland
and the Warriors led 6-0. The Wild-
cats offense followed in the second
period as Greg Cheshier took a
fourth and one around left end for
the tally. The PAT failed and dur-
ing intermission the score tied 6-6.
The third quarter was slow as
neither team could establish any
momentum. The final period saw
each team tiring and slowing down.
The Warriors put the game on ice as
they kicked a field goal with less
than four minutes remaining as the
Wildcats loss of a slim margin of 9-
1973-74 ildcat Football Lettermen
Three Year Lettermen
Ricky Anderson-Senior Rusty Meadows-Senior Ralph Woods-Senior
Fullback Quarterback End-All-State Football Team Manager
Two Year Lettermen
Lee Archer-Senior Steve Risinger-Senior Gordon Kidd4Senior
Haliback Wingback Linebacker
Lonnie Bullock-Senior Tom Feimster-Junior -left' Rogers-Junior
Linebacker Guard Tackle
Wallace Johnson-Senior Biff Smith-Junior
Defensive Linebacker Flanker
Tight End-All-State Football Tea
One Year Lettermen
Wayne Strickland-Senior Greg Cheshier-S9r1i0r Norris Roberson-Senior Leonard Hildreth-Senior
Cornerback Quarterback Tailback Split End
Waymon Crew-Senior Robert Donahue-Junior Tommy Robertson-Junior Van Beasley-Junior
Defensive End Defensive Tackle Guard Offensive Tackle
John Grigson-Junior Carl Moore-Junior Jeff Lehigh-Sophomore Albert Bouldin-Sophomore
Quarterback Center Defensive Tackle Nose Guard
Calvin Cooper-Senior Todd Willis-Sophomore Ronnie Lewis-Sophomore Kenny Murphy-Junior
Tackle Offensive Tackle Linebacker Cornerback
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Manager, Ronnie lVlcDaniels, one year letter, Managerg and Richard Snowden. two year letter,
Robert Nelsonqlunior Manager.
Depending heavily upon the
returning seniors, Coach Jim
Atwell's Wildcats placed a 7-9 con-
ference record and a disappointing
11-16 overall season in his twelfth
year as head basketball coach at
EHS. Defeating the three lower
ranked teams, Northeast, Parkview,
Ole Main and losing to the four top
teams, Northside, Hall, Catholic
and Pine Bluff, the Wildcats split
with Central to place sixth in what
many called the weakest AAAA con-
ference in years.
Losing the first two games the
roundhallers traveled to
Arkadelphia to compete in the
Ouachita Invitational Tournament.
Walking over Fordyce in the first
game the Cats returned to meet
Magnolia, the class AA champions,
and lost their chance at a shot in the
finals. Midway through the season
the team again returned to tourna-
ment play in the Kiwanis In-
vitational at Pine Bluff. The first
bout proved unsuccessful as a defeat
at the hands of Dumas sent the Cats
back to El Dorado. The team was
hurt with the absence of players
during the flu season and often
meant the loss of a game. Traveling
to Fort Smith to play top ranked
Northside the Cats defensive effort
almost upset the Grizzles who went
undefeated to win the State Cham-
pionship. In the second game with
Central the EHS cagers took a
home court victory over the highly
ranked Tigers for the first time in
Throughout the season the
squad was led by co-captain Willie
Cobb not only in scoring but in
leadership. Cobb averaged 17.7
points per game to become the only
All-State selection from El Dorado.
Co-captain Bill Watts used his
height advantage to control the
offensive efforts inside the lane.
Senior Marlon Davis pulled down
over 200 rebounds leading the team
on the boards, and sophomore Issac
Greer came from the bench many
times to demonstrate his ability of
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Wildcat Basketball Statistics for 1973-74
PLAYER GM FGM AVG FTM-FTA PCT REB AVG TP
Willie Cobb 71-98 62"E 71 459
Marlon Davis 36-75 4891 204 184
Issac Greer 32-42 7692 34 168
Bill Watts 37.59 6366 97 127
Reese Powell 40-62 6596 97 116
Terry Hall 19-25 7662 73 109
Charles Skinner 11-18 619 35 109
James Ford 24-33 739721 35 74
Hugh Watson 20-27 7402 32 78
Chuck Carelock 13-20 6596 25 37
W ildcat . Cagers
Willie Cobb Bill Watts
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Marlon Davis Chuck Carelock Reese Powell James Ford
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Hugh Watson Issac Greer
Charles Skinner Terry Hall
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TOP RIGHT-Richard Martin, Jim Atwell
and Lester Ross combined to coach the three
Wildcat squads for the 1973-'74 season.
MIDDLE RIGHT-Ronnie McDaniels and
Matt McNeely served as managers to assist
the coaches throughout the season. MIDDLE
LEFT. In pre-season training I-Iugh Watson
along with others jumped the rope to shape
up tor actual play. MIDDLE-Ricky Meeks
runs stands in another exertion pre-season
training. RIGHT-Coach Jirn Atwell con-
stantly encouraged the team efforts in prac-
Hall Opens Year
For EH Oats
TOP LEFT-Terry Hall guarded by Micky
Meimerstorf looks for an open man against
the tough defense oftop ranked Northside. El
Dorado lost the game to the undefeated
Grizzlies 25-46 in their AAAA conference
opener, MIDDLE RIGHT-Chuck Carelock
and Warrior Leroy Cladwell prepare to out
jump the other in a tie ball. Hall defeated the
Cats G6-68 in a close home court game. The
Warriors finished third in the conference.
race, BOTTOM LEFT-B team ffront row! D.
Brown, M. Kellum, J. Grigson, J. Ford, D.
Dismuke, lsecond row? T. Bass. Alderson,
T. Miller, T. Biggers and I. White.
TOP LEFT-All State Willie Cobb beats
Northside! Ron Brewer with a drive to the
basket in the opening conference game
against Fort Smith. TOP RIGHT- Senior
Chuck Carelock concentrates before shooting
a free throw. MIDDLE- Willie Cobb passes
over Greg Johnson of Hall High to hit Terry
Hall under the basket for a easy lay up.
BOTTOM RIGHT- Sophomores Squad- first
row, W. Morse, G. Murphy, B. Adams, P.
Colvin, -I. Grigson, C. Green, L. Nesbitt, G.
Jones, J. Holly, back row, V. Lark, B. Ragan,
W. Haynie, B. Ford, I. Greer, J. Moore, R.
Hawkins. J. Clark, T. Evans.
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down court as Coaches Atwell. Martin, and
Ross Observe. TOP RIGHT-In pre-game
warm up Chuck Carelock and Wes I-Iaynie
shoot lay ups. MIDDLE LEFT-Sophomore
Issac Greer proved useful to the Cats coming
from the bench many times to display his
offensive efforts. MIDDLE RIGHT-Reese
Powell takes an outside jump shot as Marlon
Davis follows up. BOTTOM LEFT-Leading
Wildcat rebounder Marlon Davis fights for
another hard earned rebound. BOTTOM
RIGHT-Senior Willie Cobb looks inside dur-
ing a home court game.
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As the season came to an end
the sixth ranked Wildcats traveled
to the Capitol City to match the
third ranked Little Rock Hall in
their opening bout of the AAAA
State Tournament. El Dorado hop-
ing to make a comeback for the con-
ference title fell short of the
Warriors as the final buzzer sound-
Hall led from the opening tip
off with the Cats trailing 10 points
at the end of period one. Big man,
Bill Watts hit eight points in the se-
cond quarter to pull the Cats within
six at the close of the first half of
El Dorado hustled back in the
third quarter threatening attack
upon Hall several times but failed to
ever capture the lead. Willie Cobb
hung five consecutive baskets roun-
ding off the score 51-46.
The final period belonged to
Hall as they kept the lead and cap-
tured a place in the semi-finals sen-
ding the Cats home with an agoniz-
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TOP LEFT-El Dorado's Basketball team en-
route to State Tournament wave to our
photographers following the bus. MIDDLE
LEFT-All State, Willie Cobb trys to move
the ball inside to Bill Watts during the AAAA
State Tournament against Hall. MIDDLE
RIGHT-The all famous scoreboard where
much attention was focused during the
season. BOTTOM LEFT-Big man Bill Watts
is all alone inside the lane as three Hall
Warriors crowd around for a rebound.
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In Meet O Champs
The El Dorado High School
track team had an exceptional per-
formance record this year, coming in
first or second in many of the meets.
and setting five new school records.
Lee Archer was the first to compete
when he went to Texas to run in the
Sixth Annual Astrodome Federation
National Indoor Track and Field
Championships. He finished fifth in
a field of six with a time of 49.2
seconds. Lee later went on to set a
new school record in the 440 yard
dash with a time of 48.6 seconds. At
the end of the year he attended the
Meet of Champs for the same event
and placed third. Billy Joe Ford also
attended the meet, competing in the
broad jump. as did the mile relay
The mile relay team consisted
of David Rodgers. Terry Hall, Willie
Morris. and Lee Archer. They set a
new school record for the mile relay
event with a time of 3:21.7.
Billy Joe Ford was the team's
long jump and broad jump man.
Ford set a new school record in the
long jump by jumping 22' 6".
Two other new records were set
during the year: one in the 440 yard
relay and the 880 yard relay. Ralph
Elmore, Terry Hall. Charles
Skinner. and Lee Archer were on the
440 team. They set a record of 43.0
seconds. On the 880 relay team were
David Rodgers, Terry Hall, Charles
Skinner. and Willie Morris. They set
a record of 1:2307 in the 880.
The lettermen for this year
were: three year, Lee Archerg two
years. Terry Hall. Charles Skinner,
Ralph Woods. Ralph Elmore, Matt
McNeely, and Charles Freemang
and one year, Billy Jo Ford, Todd
Willis. Ronnie Lewis, Willie Morris,
Wes Haynie, Bobby Ragan, David
Rodgers, and Cedric Sheppard.
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Matt McNeely. Charles Freeman. lhack rowl
Cedric Sheppard. Willie Morris. Gene Porter.
Mitch Fhapman. Fharles Skinner, Carl
Green, Terry Hall, Lee Archer, Ralph Woods.
David Rodgers. Todd Willis, Ronnie Lewis.
Wes Haynie. Billy -loe Ford. Mike Hicks, and
Ralph Elmore. FAR TOP Billy Joe Ford
broad jumped for El Dorado's field events.
ABOVE - Lee rests after winning again.
LEF'l' - ,The 880 relay team consisted of
David Rodgers. Terry Hall, Charles Skinner.
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every afternoon after school in preparation
for a track meet. FAR LEFT - Mile relay
team consisted of David Rodgers, Terry
Hall. Lee Archer. and Willie Morris. FAR
LPPER LEFT - Coaches were Tommy
Patterson. and James Pettitt. FAR TOP -
Sophomore Wes Haynie clears the har in the
pole vault. TOP - Long distance runners were
Gene Porter. Cedric Sheppard. Mike Hicks.
and Mitch Chapman. ABOVE MIDDLE -
Managers were Matt McNeely and Charles
Freeman. ABOVE - Sprinters were Lee
Archer. Carl Green. Charles Skinner. Terry
Hall. David Rodgers. and Willie Morris.
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The El Dorado golf team ended
its season with an 8-2 record. ln a
tri-tournament held in Fordyce, El
Dorado won with Pine Bluff coming
in second. During the tournament
lil Dorado played Fordyce twice and
won both times. Walter Norman
was medalist with-a'75.
A four way match was played in
Camden with Camden coming out
on top. El Dorado came in second
with Magnolia and Smackover close
behind. Medalist for. this match
was J. D. Trimble with a 77.
El Dorado's worse game was in
Magnolia but the rain was blamed
for their defeat. Texarkanan was
beaten here on April 22 and Walter
Norman was once again medalist
with a 74. In Smackover, El Dorado
was victorious. Walter and J. D.
were medalist with 76.
Coach Stu Saulsbury com-
mented that his most consistent
players were Walter Norman, J. D.
Trimble, Jim Robinson. and Larry
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coach ot' this year's golf team. FAR LEFT -
Senior Walter Norman attended the state
tournament and was medalist in several
matches. ABOVE - Also representing El
Dorado in the state tourney were Larry
Nesbitt. -lim Robinson. and -l. D. Trimble.
Ll-IF'l' - Goli' team members include Robbie
Meeks. Tom Graves. Doug Bonner. Phillip
Prewett. Robin Dumas, Jim Robinson, J. D.
Trimble. Russell Lyons. Larry Nesbitt. and
Netters Place Fourth
In State Tennis Tournament
The EHS Wildcat Netters had
a most outstanding year. Their
record was 12 wins to one lost. The
Netters defeated the teams of
Camden High 14-0, 14-1, Texarkana
High 14-0, 15-lg Magnolia 10-5, ll-
4, Fordyce 9-0, and Pine Bluff 8-6,
IO-3. Monroe Neville defeated the
Cats 6-8 but EHS came back with a
victory the second match.
The team also traveled to
Magnolia for the Southern State
College tournament, to Texarkana
for the Texarkana College tourney,
and to the State Tournament in
North Little Rock. At Southern
State Suzanne Phillips walked away
with first place in the junior girls
division and in doubles, Billie
Haynie joined her to receive second
place in the number one doubles
division. Patti Bilger and Lili
Palmer were defeated in the quarter
finals in the number two doubles
division. David Morgan went to the
quarter finals in the senior boys
division and teamed with Mark
Miles to reach the quarter finals in
ABOVE - Lili Palmer shows her toothpaste
smile while taking a break from practice.
TOP - Kaye Armour threatens anybody who
tries her racket. RIGHT - Top girls player
was Suzanne Phillips. FAR TOP RIGHT
PANEL - Three of the other top Netters were
David Morgan, Billie Haynie, and Patti
Bilger. FAR BOTTOM - Members ofthe ten-
nis team were Johnny Yocum. Mark Miles,
Steve -lones, Gerry Jones, David Moore, Jeff
Willis, Tim Wood, David Harris, Steve King,
tback row! -Ianet Armour, Donna Smith,
Katie Fox. Rhoda Nelson, Tomilyn Nooris,
Donna Haynie, Alice Hurley, Leigh Barnes,
Suzanne Phillips, Debi Sue Ke-ever, -lina
Armstrong, -lane Wright, Patti Bilger, Ellen
Adams. Lili Palmer, Carole Schonert, and
the number one boys doubles divi-
The next tournament for El
Dorado was at Texarkana where
Mark Miles and David Morgan
came in second in their division and
Suzanne Phillips went to the semi-
finals in the 18 year old girls divi-
At State the Netters made a
good showing and placed fourth in
total team points. Lili Palmer with
the help of Billie Haynie went to the
semi-finals in doubles and Suzanne
Phillips reached the semi-finals in
the girls singles. Ray Morgan and
Mark Miles reached the semi-finals
of the boys doubles.
The members of the traveling
team were Suzanne Phillips, Billie
Haynie, Lili Palmer, Patti Bilger,
Kaye Armour, Leigh Barnes, Carol
Schonert, Rhoda Nelson, David
Morgan, David Moore, Ray
Morgan, Johnny Yocum, Mark
Miles, Jeff Willis, and Mark
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At a tea held in May fourteen
seniors, seven girls and seven boys,
were selected to hold the titles of
Most Beautiful and Most Hand-
some. Five nominees were chosen
from each senior homeroom placed
on a ballot. and voted on by the
class. The fifteen girls and fifteen
boys receiving the most votes were
entitled to attend the tea held at
First United Methodist Church.
All nominees were given
numbered tags and interviewed by a
panel of judges. Students were
scored on a scale of one to five on
beauty. poise. personality, and
courtesy. Ballots were tabulated,
and results announced later. All pic-
tures were taken by -lim Brewster.
To qualify. a student must have
had a 1.5 grade average and no un-
excused absenses. The WILDCAT
staff chose this method of selection
to give judges a chance to meet con-
testants personally and judge on
appearance and personality.
Serving as judges were Mrs.
-lovce Newman and Pearl Johnson
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Adds Nostalgia To ' 3 Homecoming
Homecoming 1973 started
November 9, with "Remember
When" as the theme. A court of 18
attendants and Queen Sharon
Levingston presided over the
This year's event began with the
annual assembly featuring the '73
homecoming court, alumni, spirit
stick competition and the Wildcat
Football team. Mike Holan served
as master of ceremonies with Marty
Griffin and Mark Snowden serving
as train bearers to the queen.
Following the assembly was the
parade with 61 units participating.
First place in the small float divi-
sion went to the Engineer's Club,
second place, Cooperative Career
Education and third place went to
The Day Care of Learning. For the
large float division first place went
to the Anchor Club, second place to
Mr. Aaronls homeroom and third
place, Junior Civitans and
Civinettes. In the car division first
place went to FBLA, second place
Roger's Cheerleaders and third
place went to Busy Blue Birds.
Next in the line of events came
the football game with El Dorado
playing Little Rock Hall. We lost
but presented a good fight. Queen
Sharon was crowned at pre-game
festivities by last yearls Queen
Regina Greer. The H1932 Ballroom
Blues Band" played for the dance
held at the TAC House following the
FAR LEFT - Whit Reed, Susan Hurley. Tim
Brown. Carol Niederer, Shirlean Purnphrey
lsenior attendantsl, Ronny Fincher, Carol
Robinson. Fred Brantley, VVendy Morgan
tjunior attendantsl, Larry Nesbitt, Peggy
Main. Isaac Greer, Alice Bright, Joy Blagg
and Mark Feimster Csophomore class atten-
dantsb. NOT PICTURED - Horace Jackson,
Beverly Snowden and Travis Schultz.
RIGHT - Queen Sharon Levingston poses for
a picture in her royal attire. Miss Levingston
is the grand-daughter of Mrs. Beatrice
Mosley of 1616 East Avenue.
Homecoming provided that ex-
tra boost to this school year. With a
late homecoming, students enjoyed
"Remember When" and those peo-
ple who dressed like "old timesn. A
time of seeing those past graduates
and competing against them for the
possession of the all coveted spirit
Classes added to the festivities
with fund raising projects to insure
the success of this years events.
Some even pedalled candles, candy
and class ribbons. Soon, funds were
collected, the band verified playing
time, floats became more than
sketchings and the parade progress-
ed down Northwest Avenue. It was
homecoming and now we are
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Sharon Levingston. BOTTOM LEFT-The
1973 Homecoming attendants and queen
Sharon. CENTER LEFT-Queen Sharon
along with the football tri-captains, Scott
Tanner, Ralph Woods. and Lee Archer.
CENTER BOTTOM-Senior Mark Weaver
bravely climbed the light pole at Memorial
Stadium in an effort to display the Senior
TOP-Senior Class officers entered a car in Timothy Daniels. ABOVE-Carolyn Rogers
the annual homecoming parade. Riding in entertained the queen and her court in the
the car were Don Hale, Lou Ann Wright and homecoming assembly.
Every celebration was bound to
have its trials and tribulations, and
homecoming was no exception.
These were just a few examples of
homecoming at EHS. Homecoming
is .... running home to tell your
family that you were elected an
attendant and getting run over by a
truck on the way .... trying to put
together a float with tons of tissue
paper when Hurricane Agnes hits
. . . . hunting empty beer cans in
the junk yard .... waiting for the
last minute to get a date and ending
up with your second cousin ....
going to the parade and shooting a
pea down someone's tuba .... a
club car decorated with a sign say-
ing "Bury tEm, Wildcats!" that
takes a wrong turn and not only
loses the parade but gets stuck in a
funeral procession .... getting a
new suit on homecoming which
turns out to be three sizes too small,
but you wear it anyway and invent a
new dance .... going out with "el
Cheapo" who sends you a corsage
with a real bee in it .... explain-
ing to your date why you must walk
to all homecoming activities ....
losing the spirit stick competition
by one-half inch .... Mr. Cooper
and Mr. Graham finding out the
band is marching behind the horse
unit .... firemen finding out that
a fire is raging at EHS while they
are hanging the Senior sign ....
being a Senior and waiting for the
Senior sign which was the toast of
the homecoming Parade and feeling
that small burst of pride at seeing it
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FAR LEFT-Juniors Wendy Morgan and Fred
Brantley represented their class as
attendants during the homecoming
festivities. LOWER LEFT-Queen Sharon
looked radiant as she prepared to board the
court float which was featured in the parade.
LEFT-The Senior boys were in high spirits as
they display part of the 75 foot spirit stick
that has become a homecoming tradition.
BOTTOM RIGHT-The Pepettes tried
desperately to keep in step during the
parade. BELOW-The Debate Club was just
one of the many cars that went all out for
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Displa Enthusiastic Festivities
BOTTOM-lVlaiiy Seniors worked for almost
two months in preparing the Senior sign.
BELOW RIGHT-'l'he Anchor Club spirit jug
joined the homecoming festivities. BELOW-
Anita Ash and Holly Blagg carried out the
homecoming theme by nostalgic dress.
LOWER RIGHT-The band led the
homecoming parade. MIDDLE RIGHT-
DeMolay clowns added excitement as they
followed the parade route. BO'l"I'UlVI
CHN'l'PlR-'l'he cheerleaders helped promote
enthusiasm and arouse spirit.. CFlN'l'l4lR-The
Junior Civitan float. HWheel and Deal" the
Hall High Warriors was a parade favorite in
the 19733 celebration. FAR RIGHT-A com-
mon decoration worn by all Seniors at
homecoming was the familiar Senior ribbon.
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Karen Armstrong and Lee
Archer polled highest in the Who's
Who balloting for the 1973-74 term.
The Senior class sponsor
nominated 30 boys and 42 girls.
Students were nominated on the
basis ot' scholarship, character,
liee is the son ot' Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Archer ot 1135 North Broadway. Serving as
vice president ot' student council, liee also
was a member ot' the track and football team.
Key Club, National Honor Society and
Scholastic Society. liee also served as vice
president ot' his junior class.
Karen is the daughter of Mrs. lion
Armstrong ot' G12 North Parkway. She was a
member ot' Oratorio Singers, National Honor
Society, Beta Club. Horizon Club and Stu-
dent flouncil. She was treasurer ot' Anchor
Flub and attended Arkansas Girls State.
Karen was a cheerleader served as Key Club
Valendar Girl. junior homecoming attendant
and Basketball Sweetheart nominee.
leadership. promise ot' future poten-
tial. spirit of cooperation in
educational and extra-curricular ac-
llnexcused absences, no more
than two tardies, an aecumulative
grade point average of 2.5 or better
entitled students to be eligible.
The senior class voted on the
provided ballot selecting 13 boys
and 14 girls. Of this list, the top
positions were designated as Mr.
and Miss lil Dorado High School.
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Ricky Beebe Stone Benson
RICKY BEEBE - Key Club,
Oratorio vice-president, Junior
Steering Committee, Senior Steer-
ing Committee, Debate Club
treasurer, Boy's State, All-Region
Choir, fire marshall, Chorale.
STONE BENSON - Key Club,
president, Scholastic Society,
National Honor Society.
KIZ BURTON - Beta Club presi-
dent, National Honor Society,
Scholastic Society, Junior Steering
Committee, Anchor Club, Debate
Club, Girl's State, Student Council,
sophomore class officer, sophomore
cheerleader, Human Relations
TIM BROWN - band, Oratorio,
Chamber Singers, Barber Shop
Quartet, homecoming attendant,
Anchor Club Admiral, homeroom
officer, All-State Choir.
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CHUCK CARELOCK - Basketball,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes,
Junior Civitan, president, Future
Business Leaders of America, EX-
TIMOTHY DANIELS - Medical
Explorers Post, junior class
treasurer, senior class treasurer,
Choraliers, Ebony Singers.
ANGELL DENOON - Anchor Club,
Senior Steering Committee, Stu-
dent Council, sophomore class
president, homeroom officer.
CAROLYN EDWARDS - Junior
Civinettes president, Student Coun-
cil, homecoming attendant, Ex-
plorers Post, Fairview Social and
Angell DeNoon Carolyn Edwards
Susan Hu rley
DON HALE - Senior Steering Com-
mittee, senior class president, Boy's
State, basketball, Student Council,
SUSAN HURLEY - Cheerleader,
Key Club Calendar Girl, homecom-
ing attendant, Oratorio, Chorale,
Girl's State, Anchor Club, Junior
Steering Committee, Senior Steer-
ing Committee, Quill and Scroll.
OLIVIA FRAZIER - Majorette,
band. Girl's State, Future
Homemakers of America.
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BILLIE HAYNIE - Senior Steering
Committee, tennis, Thespians.
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Choraliers, Chorale, Key Club,
secretary, Senior Steering Com-
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officer. S M A A
SHARON LEVINGSTON -
National Honor Society, Scholastic
Society, Mu Alpha Theta, VICA,
Library Club, Fairview Social and
Arts Club, Afro-American Club,
Homecoming Queen, Student
Council. Morgan Huffman
LINDA MCDONALD - National
Merit Finalist, Who's Who in
American High Schools, Student
Council, treasurer, Anchor Club,
National Honor Society, Beta Club,
Pepettes, sophomore cheerleader,
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Honor Society, Key Club, junior
class president, Student Council,
president, Scholastic Society,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes,
football, basketball, track.
David Oliver Tim Murphy
TIM MURPHY - Student Council,
homecoming attendant, basketball,
Boy's State, TAC House Junior
Board, Anchor Club Admiral.
CAROL NIEDERER - senior class
vice-president, homecoming atten-
dant, Key Club Calendar Girl,
Pepettes, treasurer, Anchor Club,
National Honor Society, vice-
president, Scholastic Society, All-
State Orchestra, Horizon Club, El
Dorado Junior Miss.
DAVID OLIVER - homecoming
attendant, Kurvis Burns
Photography Award, WILDCAT
and Hi-Crusher photographer.
SHERLEAN PUMPHREY -
Cheerleader, Student Council,
Ebony Singers, Educational Ex-
plorers Post, Gir1's Recreation
JENNY PAULUS - Thespians,
Girl's Recreation Association,
Creative Writing Club, Junior
Steering Committee, Community
Drug Education Workshop Leader.
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WAYNE STRICKLAND - Football,
Student Council, Junior Steering
Committee, High Gusher staff,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, E-
Club, Medical Explorers Post, vice-
president, Debate Club.
DARNESIA SCOTT - cheerleader,
Student Council, Beta Club, vice-
president, Afro-American Club,
National Honor Society, Scholastic
Society, Girl's Recreation Associa-
tion, homecoming attendant,
Basketball Sweetheart, Mu Alpha
RALPH WOODS - Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, Educational Ex-
plorers Post, football, track, All-
State Football, High School Super
Star Football Team.
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HUGH WATSON - basketball, Stu-
dent Council, homecoming atten-
dant, Afro-American Club.
CAREN WARREN - Anchor Club,
National Honor Society, Scholastic
Society, Student Council, Junior
Steering Committee, Beta Club.
LOU ANN WRIGHT - National
Honor Society, Scholastic Society,
Anchor Club, All-State Orchestra
Concert Mistress, Pepettes, senior
class secretary, Oratorio, Senior
Steering Committee, Chamber
To those girls who have always
dreamed of being someone's
favorite, the sweetheart season was
a time of excitement. It was a time
when the basketball team
nominates two girls from each class
and chooses the sweetheart from
Darnesia Scott was escorted by
Ricky Anderson to the court in all
her beauty, where she was crowned
the school's sweetheart by co-
captain Willie Cobb and presented
flowers by co-captain Bill Watts.
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Darnesia Scott was presented in an assembly
preceding the annual Sweetheart basketball
game. CENTER LEFT-Wildcat fans anx-
iously awaited the crowning of the 1974
Basketball Sweetheart. BOTTOM FAR
LEFT-Mike Holan served as Master of
Ceremonies during the Sweetheart
Assembly. BOTTOM LEFT-The Male
Quartet consisting of Tim Brown, Jim
Carnes, Terry Norman, and Randy Rushing
entertained the Sweetheart nominees during
the assembly. TOP CENTER-The 1973-74
Sweetheart Court. From left to right: Alice
Bright, Tyrone Miller, Phyllis James, Donnie
Barrow, Darnesia Scott, Ricky Anderson,
Lark Gathright, Matt Elliott, Cathy Faisn,
Carl Moore, Joy Blagg, and Bill Benson.
BELOW LEFT-Senior Wildcat Co-Captain
Willie Cobb crowned the 1974 Wildcat
Basketball Sweetheart, Darnesia Scott.
BOTTOM RIGHT-The Ebony Singers enter-
tained during the assembly.
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Girls Represent School In Various Titles
Three EHS girls represented
the school in fields of beauty and
talent this year.
Senior Carol Niederer won the
title of El Dorado Junior Miss at the
South Arkansas Junior Miss
Pageant sponsored by the school's
Anchor Club. Carol went on to com-
pete in the state pageant where she
won the Scholastic Award untitling
her to a scholarship to the college of
her choice. Junior Miss contestants
were judged on poise. appearance,
talent, agility, and personality.
Another senior, Lark Gathright
Elliott, received the Citizenship
Award in the local pageant.
Angie Lee, also a senior, was
selected as Band Queen. The an-
nouncement was made at the final
hand concert where Angie was
presented her crown and a dozen
yellow roses. Each contestant com-
peted in the selling of ads for the
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purchased a ticket voted once which
counted one point and each band-
rnan's vote counted two points.
Junior Beth Ann McCroskey
held the title of Miss Jeans. The
contest is sponsored annually by the
Mercantile Store in the North West
Village Shopping Center.
Contestants are judged by the
KDMS disc jockeys on their
appearance in outfits from the store.
TOP LEFT - Angie Lee. 1974 Band Queen.
HU'l"l'UM l.El"'l' - Beth Ann Mcfwroskey.
Miss Jeans, LEFT - Carol Niederer. El
Dorado Junior Miss.
During the nights of May 2, 3,
8: 4. the El Dorado High School
senior class presented to capacity
crowds the Senior Follies. This
year's follies took a theme of Senior
Follies Award Show, a take-off on
the Academy Awards, and was
directed by Mrs. Dee Post and Mrs.
All awards were given in a Kfoot
award' theme. The stage featured a
giant gold foot and awards given
were small golden feet. The awards
were presented by various members
of the class and followed such
catagories as "Foot-in-the-Mouth"
Award, "Athletes-Footi' Award. and
"Club-Foot" Award. Talents, skits
and commercials connected the
The follies of '74 proved
successful in that the class netted
over 31700. All moeny went for the
class memorial of a school sign and
vocational department repairs. Mrs.
Sallie Chambers was honored by the
cast on the opening night for her
years of service to the school.
TDI' RIGHT PANEL - Flmcees of Senior
lfollics were Mike Bottoms. Hugh Watson.
and Mark Weaver. The trio entertained the
audience between acts and awards with
jokes. FAR RIGHT - Lisa Carr starred as
Dclta Dawn in Delta Dawn and Friends. This
skit was one ofeverybodys favorite. MIDDLE
RIGHT - Anchor once more presented their
annual chorus line. Seniors Ellen Adams.
Vhcryl Corn. Lisa Carr. Kim Hanes. Lynn
Willis. Linda McDonald. and .lean Ann
Robertson display their talents to the music
ot' "Mame". TOP Awards all followed the
'toot' theme as did the stage decorations.
RIGHT - Carol Niederer and Rusty Meadows
did a commercial in which Rusty got
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FAR lll'l'l'IR Ll'll"'T - Mike Diffie prepares to
blow it all out on his trumpet. FAR LOWER
LEFT - -lim Warnock. another member ofthe
stage band. added to the music his own
special beat. FAR TOP - The Men's Chorus
line closed out the folly program. Members
included Mark Weaver. Bruce Williams.
Louis Reynolds, Gordon Valahan, Don Hale.
Wayne Strickland, and Mike Bottoms. The
featured soloist tor the group was Gordon.
FAR BOTTOM - The stage band performed
throughout Follies. Shown here are Aaron
Shook, Morgan Huffman, and Alan Avery as
they play H25 or 6 to 4". LEFT - Carolyn
Edwards sang "Ben" while her background
singers, Carolyn Rodgers, Linda Reynolds,
and Jeanette Brown did their own thing.
AHOYIC l.lCl"'l' - Nlike Nliller controlled all
sounds and tapes ol' the performances.
AHtlYl'l Rlt1H'l'-t'hyrelWilkins showed her
talent on the piano. ABOVE - Jeanette
Brown. who starred with Nilon Moore in
"Dancing Nlachineu. gives applause after the
tirst night. Ll'll"'l' - Pam Haumgardner and
Mike Snith present Steve King with an
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More than 200 students were
honored for academic or ex-
tracurricular activities Thursday,
May 16, in the annual Honors Day
Assembly emceed by Mr. Ron
Hughes. principal. Students were
recognized by departments for out-
standing work throughout the year,
for services rendered to the school
and community, or for scholastic
achievement in the form of
scholarships and awards.
Several teachers were also
honored. Coach Don Horton and
Coach Winkie May were presented
plaques of appreciate for their work
with the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. Teacher of the Year Award
was presented to Miss Linda
DeWoody by senior Jeanette Brown.
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qualified to he National Merit Scholarship
Finalists. They were David Cheatham. Mark
Eggers, Sharon Murphy and Linda
McDonald. David was salutatorian of the
senior class at graduation. FAR LEFT - Sam
White was awarded the Rennselaer
Mathematics and Science Award. This
medal is presented to the junior with the
highest combined average in mathematics
and science. BOTTOM LEFT National
Council Teachers of English Achievement
Nominees were Warren Ludwig, Gerry Jones,
and Alan Roberson. Warren was also listed as
a "Young Arkansas Artist" in the 1974 State
Exhibition. UPPER LEFT The Bausch and
Lomb Award, presented to the outstanding
senior science student. went to Paul
Schubert. Patil was class valedictorian and
received the National Merit Scholarship
commendation. LEFT - "Young Arkansas
Artists" included Melissa Finley. Edward
Franks. and Anthony Ruffin. Not pictured
was Jerry Murph. ABOVE - Kathy Long and
Lee Arhcer were selected as Civitan Good
Citizens. Lee was also presented the Dan-
lorth Leadership Award.
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TOP - Principal Ronnie Hughes presented
nmst uf the awards at Honors Day. FAR
RIGHT - Gerry 'Innes received the
Mathematical Assuviation of' American
Award. RIGHT - Ilarnesia Scott was award-
vd the Danforth Leadership Award and the
Outstanding Fheerleader Service Award.
.-XHUYH - The Betty Vrocker Award went to
Mary Beth Doyle
Pat Davis Memorial Award
Outstanding Business Student
All Conference and State Basketball
United Cerebral Palsy Award
Band , , Rebound
Maurice McGaugh Memorial Award Marlon Davis
Jim Warnock Scholastic
Thespians Sid Romine
Library and Audio-Visual SCHOLARSHIP AND ACHIEVEMENT
State VICA Winners
Susan Russell Memorial
Outstanding Service Citizenship Award
DAR Good Citizen
Delta Kappa Gamma Book Scholarship
Junior Miss Scholarship
Fairview Social and Arts Club
Georgia Pacific Scholarship
Matrons Art Club
Ministers' Wives Alliance
Good Citizenship Award
Musical Coterie Club
On Thursday night, May 16,
the seniors were honored at the
Senior Banquet. The banquet was
held in the cafeteria and catered by
Mrs. Booker's foods class. The menu
consisted ol' turkey and dressing
with all the trimmings, salad,
vegetables, and strawberry short-
cake. Lou Ann Wright, secretary of
the senior class. presided over the
Clarolyn Rodgers singing "The Way
We Were" accompanied by Melanie
Cottrell. and Libby Pedigo and
Morgan I-lu1'i'man reading the poem
"It"'. Don Hale and Wayne
Strickland read a Senior Will and
Prophecy. The program closed with
the Alma Mater led by Carolyn
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Carolyn Rodgers sang "The Way We Were".
FAR BOTTOM LEFT - lt was hard to realize
that the class ot' 'T4 had waited twelve years
tor this one event. MIDDLE LEFT - Morgan
Hut'l'man prepared to read the poem, "lf for
Boys". LEFT - As the candle slowly burned
so the year came to a elose. ABOVE - Marvin
Eaton seems not to care about the entertain-
ment. He just wanted the food, TOP RIGHT-
Senior class ol't'ic'ers. Lou Ann Wright, Don
Hale. and Carol Niederer were honored hy
sitting at the head tahle. MIDDLE TOP Y
Tim Murphy found something funny in the
reading ot' the senior will,
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On Friday. May IT. the seniors,
last day of school, the student body
was shocked to arrive at school and
find a large number of windows
broken in the area of the ad-
ministration building and the Little
Theatre. After an investigation by
Mr. Toinxney and Mr. Hughes, an
assembly was called for the senior
class for the purpose of discussing
methods of paying for the damage.
which was estimated at around
Several propositions were made
as to how to pay forthe damage, and
students were dismissed from
classes for about fifteen minutes in
order to clean up the north parking
lot. which was covered with cans
and broken bottles.
That evening. the seniors
celebrated at their long awaited
Senior Prom. and having gallantly
assumed the responsibility for the
breakage earlier in the day, the class
placed a pot in the entrance for
donations. Spirits undampened.
seniors and their dates danced to
the music of Tarbaby, a band from
Memphis, Tennessee. Pictures were
taken of couples by John Jackson,
and in accordance with the theme
"The Way We Were". the TAC
House was decorated with mobiles,
balloons, and streamers in pastel
shades of pink, yellow, and green.
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blocks down Tinierlane due to the glass and
debris on the North parking lot left from
careless partiers. FAR HO'l"l'0lVl - Although
seniors may not have been fully responsible
lor the vandalism, the senior class accepted
the responsibility ot' paying for the damage
and cleaning it up. FAR TOP LEFT - Almost
two thousand dollars in window damage was
done to the campus. l,l'lF'I' - Senior Craig
Bonner gets fitted for his tuxedo with tails
before prom. Many senior boys ordered these
ILIXQS this year. HO'l"l'OlVl - Music at Prom
was provided by 'l'arbaby. BELOW - Senior
Carolyn Rodgers gets off on the beat.
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Baccalaureate Begins The End
Held Sunday evening, May 26,
at the El Dorado Municipal
Auditorium, the 1974 Baccalaureate
Service began the list of formal
With Carol Niederer, senior
class vice-president presiding, the
ceremonies began With the proces-
sion ofthe graduates to the music of
"Trumpet Tune" by Purcell, played
by Miss Elaine Allen. After the in-
vocation, the Choraliers Choir and
the Oratorio Singers, accompanied
by the Chamber Orchestra,
presented "Jesu, Joy of Man's
Desiringw. The scripture reading
was presented by Raymond Higgins,
a member of the class, and the
message was delivered by Dr. Don
Harbuck. The class recessed to
"Trumpet Voluntary" also by
Purcell. Members of the junior class
served as ushers for the occasion.
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Niederer presided over the ceremonies. FAR
TOP - Seniors received their caps and gowns
after practice. LEFT - Few seniors realized
how much 'practice' it took to graduate as
shown here in the impatience of the senior
boys. ABOVE A Lisa Carr receives her cap
and gown. TOP - Gene Brown picks up his
cap and gown which he has waited for a long
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Last Hours Together
Immediately following com-
mencement exercises. the senior
class gathered at the TAC House for
the All Night Party sponsored by
The theme ol' the evening being
"The Morning After", the class
celebrated and had a good time en-
joying the various forms of enter-
tainment provided during the
course of the evening. This enter-
tainment included a dance held up-
stairs until 2:00 A.lVl. and pool,
ping-pong. fortune-telling, picture-
taking, bingo. and free freshments
At approximately 23:00 A.M.
films of "Senior Follies" were
shown and breakfast was served.
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ABOVE - Hlake I-losford shoots to win. TOP
RIGHT - Cindy Mayhan tries to slip one over
on her mother hut ends up paying anyway.
TOP LEl"T - Truman Rogers. Johnny
Goodwin and Bill VVatts have found
something humerous to watch. FAR LEFT -
Anita Ash and Jack Godwin pose for atypical
picture. FAR BOTTOM LEFT A Gene
Turner and Linda McDonald seem to he hop-
ing for some kind ot' peace settlement. LEFT
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to take it slow and watch everyone else.
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Hendricks. l.illlJyPeCligo.a11Cl Hill Willett sit
waiting for their numher. RIGHT - Caren
Warren could care less about the other
KltlI1l'QI'S at the moment. RIGHT IVIIIJDLIC -
Terry Kelley and Bob Bruce enjoy just talk-
ing clownstziirs, FAR RIGHT - Theme ofthe
party was A"l'he Morning After". FAR TOP
RIGHT - One had to listen closely at playing
Bingo, FAR TOP IVIIIJDLE - R. Meadows
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seem to have something strange happening.
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dance to the music. FAR BOTTOM - Rand
Smith is enjoying himself with someone
different. FAR RIGHT - The band played
music throughout the night. FAR TOP -
Parents prepare to take pictures. MIDDLE
RIGHT - Class president Don Hale displays
his cool hat. RIGHT - Mrs. Archer helps with
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Peace - like the silent dove
should be flying but
it's only just begun.
class of '74
'lust like a fine wine that has
been stored for years until it reaches
its ultimate in taste the Class of '74
opened up for "a very good year".
The Senior Steering Committee
drew the blueprints for the con-
struction of a year which proved to
be successful and enjoyed by all. S-
SENIORS, SENIORS. SENIORS
cried out at the top of each senior's
lungs who had waited for the chance
to be on top. The class joined in to
produce spirit not only for the
athletic teams but for the school.
Getting ready for their last
homecoming at EHS the seniors
constructed their Senior Sign con-
sisting of over 4.000 temptyl beer
cans of popular brands. The sign
hung with real character and fell
with bitter destruction. As usual the
length of the Spirit Stick was again
broken and a new record was set.
The class continued throughout the
year to display spirited signs at all
pep assemblies and even at the clos-
ing of school.
The sale of Christmas candles
left over 55700.00 for the class to work
with during the year. As the year
slowly came to a close the seniors
began preparations for the Senior
Follies Awards Show. Over S700 was
netted and the seniors left the
audience satisfied after each perfor-
mance. Other activities planned by
the class were the Senior Banquet,
Senior Prom, and the All-Night par-
ty sponsored by their parents.
Officers for the year were Don
Hale. president: Carol Niederer,
vice-presidentg Lou Ann Wright,
secretary, and Timothy Daniels,
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JEROME AARON Afro-American Club:
Student Council: FTA: Library Clubg
Ebony Singers: Beta Club, Explorer's
Post: homeroom officer . . . BARRY
ADAMS-DECA: homeroom officer . . .
ELLEN ADAMS-Anchor Club: National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society:
Horizon Club: tennis . . . ARLEAN
Ebony Singers: Fairview Social and Arts
Club: HERO Club: Chantelles.
BILLY ANDERS-DECA . . . RICKEY
Educational Explorers Post: VICAQ FCA
. . . TERRIE ANDERSON-Afro-
American Club: HERO Club: Medical
Explorers Post . . . DAVID ANGLIN-
HERO Club: basketball: homeroom of-
LEE ARCHER-Scholastic Society:
National Honor Society: Beta Club: Key
Club: Mr. EHS: Student Council, vice
president: football: track: FCA , . .
KAYE ARMOUR-Student Council:
Thespians: Senior Steering Committee:
Key Club Calendar Girl . . . JINA
ARMSTRONG-Pepettes: Horizon Club:
Junior Civinettesg Photography Clubg
National Honor Society: Scholastic Socie-
ty: Engineer's Club: Girl's State: tennis:
homeroom officer . . . KAREN
ing attendant, Key Club Calendar Girl:
basketball sweetheart nominee: National
Honor Societyg Scholastic Society:
Anchor Club, treasurer: Gir1's State: Beta
Club: Miss EHS: Oratorio.
ROBERT AVERY-Afro-American Club:
DECA: Boys State: graduation usher:
Student Council . . . BARBARA
BAKER-Scholastic Society: All-Region
Band: All-State Band: Beta Club:
Symphonic Band: National Honor Socie-
ty: homeroom officer BRENDA
BAKER-Symphonic Band: Thespiansg
homeroom officer RUSTY
BALDWIN-Junior Civitans: Beta Club:
National Honor Society: Engineers Club:
Scholastic Society: Rock and Mineral
Clubg FBLA: Medical Explorer's Post:
Beta Club: homeroom officer
SHERRY BALL . . . JACKIE
BARKER-VICA . . . SHERRY
BARNES . . . SYCRECE BARNES-
Library Club: GRA: Fairview Social and
vice president: Student Council: Senior
Steering Committee: National Honor
Society: Scholastic Society: Key Club
Calendar Girl ... RICKY
BAUMGARTNER-DECA: VICA. vice
president: Junior Class Favorite:
homecoming attendant: Rock and
Mineral Club. president . . . BOBBY
BAYS-Oratorio: Chorale: Scholastic
Society: National Honor Society: Beta
Club: Engineers Club: Junior Civitan:
Boy's State . . . VAN BEASLEY-
RICKY BEEBE-Key Club: Oratorio,
vice president: Junior Steering Com-
mittee: Steering Committee: Debate
Club: treasurer: Boy's State: All-Region
Choir: fire marshall, Chorale: Who's Who
. . . GARY BELLADECA . . . STONE
BENSON-Key Club. president: National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society: Beta
Club: Who's Who: homeroom officer. . .
MARY BETH BENTLEY-National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society:
Engineers Club: All-State Orchestra:
South Arkansas Symphony: Rock and
Mineral Club: Girl's State: homeroom ofa
Senior Steering Committee members who led Bilger, Babs Murphy, Sherry Goodwin, Lin- Eggers.pDon Hale Lou Ann Wright and
the Senior class in activities were Ann da Thompson, Susan Hurley. tback rowl Carol Niederer.
McElroy, Angell DeNoon, Joni Hardy, Patti Ricky Beebe. Tim Sewell. Band Smith. Mark
PATRICIA LYNN BILGER4Engineer's
Club: tennis: Kev Club Calendar Girl:
Photography Club: Philosophical Society:
Senior Steering Committee: Bi-Racial
Committee: TAC House junior board:
Horizon Club . .. PAULA
BILLINGSLEY ... BECKY
BLACKMON-Junior Civinettes: Junior
Steering Committee: homeroom officer
. . . BETTY BLUFORD-Library Club:
FBLA: Fairview Social and Arts Club:
GRA: HERO Club: Afro-American Club.
CRAIG BONNER-Key Club . ..
MIKE BOTTOMS-Oratorio, TAC House
-Iunior Board: Student Council:
Choraliers: Law Club ALAN
BRASHER-Beta Club . . . DEBORAH
DIANE BRAY-Hero Club: Afro-
HUDNELL BROGDON . . . ALVIS
BROWN-VICA . . . CYNTHIA
BROWN-VICA: Fairview Social and Arts
Club: Afro-American Club . . . ROGER
MARK BROWN-All Region Band: All
TIM BROWN-Band: Oratorio: Chamber
Singers: Anchor Club Admiral: Wbo's
Who: homecoming attendant: homeroom
officer . . .CURTIS BRUNER-Medical
Explorefs Post . . . CATHY BUGGS
. . . LONNIE BULLOCK-football.
KIZ BURTON-Beta Club. president:
Whos Who: National Honor Societyg
Scholastic Society: -lunior Steering Com-
mittee: Anchor Club: Debate Club: Girl's
State: Student Council: Cheerleader. . .
GORDON CALAHAN-Debate Club:
Law Post: homeroom officer. . .CAROL
CAMPBELL-Quill and Scroll: Pepettes:
Wildcat Co-editor: tennis: Creative
Writing Club: Thespians: Student Coun-
cil: Horizon Club , . . STEVE
Civitans: DECA: homeroom officer . . .
CHUCK CARELOCK-Basketball: FCA:
Junior Civitans, president: FBLA: Who's
Who: Explorers Post . . . LISA CARR-
Beta Club: TAC House junior board:
National Honor Society. secretary:
Horizon Club: Anchor Club: Student
Council. parliamentarian: Pepettes. vice-
presidentz Oratorio, junior class
secretary: Junior Steering Committee
. . . TONI CATES-band: Library Club.
BRIAN CAULEY-TAC House junior
board: DECA: homeroom officer .. .
LINDA CHAMPION . . . DAVID
CHEATHAM-National Honor Society:
scholastic Society: Engineerls Club: Beta
Club. vice-president: Mu Alpha Theta:
Chess Club, vice-president: Photography
Club, vice-president: National Merit
Semi-Finalist:commencement usher. . .
GREG CHESHIER-football: track:
National Honor Society: Scholastic Socie-
ty: FCA: lVleclical Explorerls Post: com-
mencement usher . . . NELSON
CLARK-Student Council: homeroom of-
ficer . . .THEODIS CLARK-homeroom
officer . . . JOYCE TRAMMELL
CLAWSON-Oratorio: All-State Choir.
Hi Gusher news editor: All-State
Orchestra: Beta Club: FBLA: Creative
Writing Club: homeroom officer.
LONNIE CLEMONS . . . WILLIE
COBB-Afro-American Club, basketball
. . . WILLIE COGGINS . . . DIANE
COLEMAN-Thespians: Varsity Singers:
QUENTIN COOPER . . . PAT COPE-
All-Region Band: Beta Club: Symphonic
Band: Mu Alpha Theta: Engineers Club:
Creative Writing Club . . . CHERYL
CORN-Symphonic Band: majorette: All-
Region Band: Quill and Scroll: Wildcat
business manager: organization editor:
Anchor Club, parliamentarian:
homeroom officer . . . MELANIE
sargeant-at-arms: All-Region Choir:
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DONNIE CRAWFORD . . . DEBBIE
CROPPER . . . DONNA CULLINS-
National Honor Societyg Scholastic Socie-
ty DANNY DAILEY-Junior
Civitansg DECA3 Choraliers.
TIMOTHY DANIELS-junior class
treasurer: senior class treasurerg Medical
Explorers Postg Choraliersg Ebony
Singers . . . ETTA DAVIS-GRAQ Afro-
American Club: Junior Civinettes . . .
LARRY DAVIS ... DANNA
ANGELL DENOON-Anchor Clubg
Who's Who: Senior Steering Committeeg
Student Council: sophomore class presi-
dentg homeroom officer . . . MIKE
DIFFIE band . . . MARY DOBSON-
FHA: FBLA . , . TERESA DOWNEY.
MARY BETH DOYLE-National Honor
Society: Scholastic Society: Anchor Club:
secretary: Pepettes: Hi Gusher co-editor:
Student Council: Thespians: Quill and
Scroll . . , RICHARD DUCK-Junior
Civitans: Explorer's Post . . .
Club: basketball sweetheart nominee . . .
DEBBIE DYKES-Afro-American Club:
Ebony Singers: Pepettes: Student Coun-
KIM EANES-Anchor Club: Horizon
Club: Pepettes, secretary: Oratorio:
Madrigal Singers: Student Council: All-
Region Choir: All-State Choir: Chamber
Singers . . . CINDY EARLEY-National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society:
Anchor Club: Pepettes: Horizon Club:
Creative Writing Club: Choraliers: Junior
Civinettes MARVIN EATON-
Educational Explorer's Post: football:
FCA . . . ANN EDMONDS-Afro-
American Club: president: Bi-Racial
Committee: GRA: Student Council.
BETTY EDWARDS-Library Club:
Chantelles ... CAROLYN
EDWARDS-Junior Civinettes: presi-
dent: Explorer's Post: Fairview Social
and Arts Club: homecoming attendant
. . .MATT ELLIOTT-HERO Club. . .
LARK G. ELLIOTT-Anchor Club:
Pepettes, vice-president: Key Club
Sweetheart: FBLA: basketball sweetheart
nominee: Wildcat staff: Junior Steering
Committee: Girl's State.
RALPH ELMORE-Football: Track . . .
DENNIS ENDEL-Choraliers . . .
BRUCE EUTESYAHERO Club: FTA:
Afro-American Club . . . WILLIAM
LLOYD EVANS-band: FBLA: Junior
CAMILLA ANN EVERS-Scholastic
Society: National Honor Society: DECA:
Pepettes: homeroom officer . . . OBIE
EWING . . . OPHELIA EWING . , .
SANDRA FAISON-Student council:
Afro-American Club: Junior Civinettes:
Ebony Singers: Choraliers: Educational
Explorers Post: Fairview Social and Arts
Club: Human Relations Committee.
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Club: Library Clubg Medical Explorer's
Postg HERO Club: FBLAQ FI-IAg Fairview
Social and Arts Clubg Chantellesg
Debutante . . . RICHARD FINCHER-
Key Club, sargeant-at-armsg Beta Club.
JOHN MARK FINLEY-bandq Debate
Clubg Junior Civitan . . . JAMES
LAURA FORD-GRA . . . JOAN
KATIE FOX-Pepettesg tennis . . .
OLIVIA FRAZIER-Beta Clubg band,
majoretteg Girl's Stateg Who's Whog Afro-
American Clubg Symphonic Bandg
Educational Explorer's Post . . .MARY
LOU FRENCH-FBLAg homeroom officer
. . . CAROL FRISBY.
BETTYE GEORGE-Student Councilg
Pepettesg Library Clubg GRA . . .GARY
GEORGE-Senior Steering Committeeg
Varsity Singersg Medical Explorer's Postg
homeroom officer . . . RITA GEORGE
. . . JACK GODWIN-Hi Gusher
Photographerg Law Postg Library Clubg
Wildcat Photographerg Varsity Singers.
JOHN GOODWIN-National Honor
Society: Scholastic Society: Beta Club:
Boys State: Hi Gusher staff: Varsity
Singers: Thespians SHERRY
GOODWIN-Oratoriog All-State Choir:
All-State Orchestra: Chamber Singers:
Madrigal Singers: Scholastic Society:
National Honor Society .. . PAT
GORDON-Library Club: Explore-r's Post
MARGIE GRAY. , .SHERYL GRAY-
-Iunior Steering Committee: DECAL
treasurer: homeroom officer
THERESSA GREEN . . . TINA
GRIFFIN-l"l-SLA: homeroom officer,
TOBEY GRIFFTH-Cheerleader, co-
captain: Girl's State: sophomore class
treasurer: Thespians: homecoming atten-
dant: basketball sweetheart nominee:
Rock and Mineral Club . . . DON
HALE-Boy's State: basketball: Student
Council: senior class president: Who's
VVho: homeroom officer . . . RICHARD
HALL-VICA . . . JACK HAMPTON-
BILL HARBOUR .. CRAIG
HARBUCK-Beta Club: National I-lonor
Society: Engineers Club: Scholastic
Society: Astronomy Club, president: Stu-
dent Council: Choraliers . . . GEORGE
HARBUCK-Junior Steering Committee:
Oratorio: Madrigal Singers: Senior Steer-
ing Committee: Thespians: FBLA:
homeroorn officer . . . JONI HARDY-
Thespians: Senior Steering Committee:
HERO Club: homecoming attendant:
Key Club Calendar Girl.
KENNY HARRIS-Symphonic Band:
homeroom officer ,. . DEBORAH
HAWKINS-Ebony Singers, secretary:
-lunior Civinettes. parliamentarian:
Choraliers: Fairview Social and Arts
Club: Debutante: Afro-American Club
. . . SHADY HAYES . . . BILLIE
HAYNIE-Thespians: Senior Steering
Committee: tennis: National Honor
Society: Who's Who: Scholastic Society:
Seniors David McVay, Brenda Baker: Angie Lee,
Iili Palmer. and Mike Hicks take time out from
heir busy day to have a little fun.
MARGARET I-IELMS-HERO Club:
GRA: Library Club: Student Council:
Afro-American Club: homeroom officer
. , , ELIZABETH HENDRICKS-
Anchor Club: Pepettes: Choraliers,
secretary: Quill and Scroll: Wildcat
business editor: organizations editor, Hi
Gusher staff: Law Post: homeroom of-
JOHN HENRY . . . LINDA HENRY-
Student Council: Afro-American Club:
Fairview Social and Arts Club:
Chantelles: homeroom officer.
Band: majorette, co-captain: Creative
Writing Club: tennis . . . MARILYN
HICKS-Afro-American Club: GRA: Fair-
view Social and Arts Club: basketball
sweetheart nominee: junior class favorite:
Debutante: homeroom officer.
MIKE HICKS-Debate Club, president:
Thespians: Chess Club: track . . .
RAYMOND HIGGINS II-National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society: presi-
dent: Law Post: president: Quill and
Scroll: tennis: Chess Club: Hi Gusher
Staff: homeroom officer.
basketball . . . PINKIE HILL-HERO
Club: Afro-American Club: Fairview
Social and Arts Club: Chantelles.
MIKE HOLAN-DECA . . . DENISE
HOLDER-Junior Civinettesg Symphonic
Bandg All-Region Bandg All-State Bandg
FBLAg South Arkansas Symphonyg Beta
Club . . . MICHELLE HOLDER-hand
. . . STEVE HORN-Junior Civintans:
Choraliers: homeroom officer.
BLAKE HOSFORD-homeroom officer
. . .JAMIE HOUSE-DECA, parliamen-
tarian . . . DAVID HUDSON . . .
DONNA SUE HUDSON-homeroom of-
Choraleg Key Club, secretaryg Senior
Steering Committeeg Student Councilg
Who's Whog homeroom officer.
SUSAN HURLEY-Cheerleader, co-
captaing Key Club Calendar Girly Who's
Whog Oratoriog Chorale: Girl's Stateg
Anchor Clubg Junior Steering Committeeg
Quill and Scrollg Senior Steering Com-
CURTIS JACKSON-basketballg foot-
ball . . . GERALDINE JACKSON-
Pepettesg CCE, treasurer . . . HORACE
JACKSON-Student Councilg fire
marshall: graduation usherg homecoming
attendantg DECAQ homeroom officer . . .
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Liz Hendricks spent most of her free time in journalism, reviewing ideas
Club: basketball: FCA: football:
Educational Explorer's Post: bac-
calaureate usher: homeroom officer . . .
TERESA JAMES-Student Council:
Oratorio: Choraliers: Chorale: FBLA:
Sophomore Girl's Ensemble: homeroom
officer . . . CAROLYN JENSON-
Pepettes: Afro-American Club: Student
Council: Library Club: GRA: Debutante:
homeroom officer . . . MARK JETER.
MARY JOHNSON-FBLA: South
Arkansas Symphony: All-State orchestra
.,. RANDY JOHNSON ...
WALLACE JOHNSON-football: track:
Educational Explorer's Post: Afro-
American Club . . . BOBBIE JONES-
DIANE JONES-Girl's State: FBLA:
homeroom officer . . . MARILYN
JONES-Debutante: Library Club: GRA:
Fairview Social and Arts Club: homeroom
officer . , . DELLEN JONES . . .
MARY JORDAN Ebony Singers: Afro-
DENNY KEETON-Student Council
... TERRY KELLEY ,..
WAYMOND KENDRIX-Medical Ex'
plorer's Post . .. GORDON KIDD-
football: Student Council: FCA:
Educational Explorer's Post: Afro-
American Club: Varsity Singers: Junior
Civitansz E Club.
DANUEL KING-HERO Club
DONIED KING MARILYN
KING-Fairview Social and Arts Club:
Afro-American Club: Junior Civinettes:
FHA . . . STEVE KING4tennis:
Thespians: Creative VVriting Club:
Philosophical Society: VOICES editor:
CHRIS KORNEGAY-bandg Oratorio, presi-
dentg Chamber Singersg Madrigal Singersg
All-State Bandg All-State Choir . . .
MARTIA LANEY-Student Councilg FBLAQ
FHAg Pepettes . . . VICKEY LARK-
Educational ExpIorer's Postg Junior Steering
Committeeg graduation usherg GRAQ Afro-
Axnerican Clubg Senior Steering Committee
. . . DENISE LEAMONS-Pepettesg FHAQ
Student Councilg Junior Civinettesg FBLAQ
ANGIIC I.I'IE-All-llegion Hand: Freative
Writing t'luh: Symphonic Hand: Anchor
Club: National Honor Society: homeroom ot'-
ticer . . . CONNIIC IIEE-HliRO Club . . .
JANIH I,I'IHIGH-lJl'X'A . . . SHARON
IAICVINSTON-National Honor Society:
VN'ho's xxilltll Library fllub: YIFAQ Scholastic
Society: Mu Alpha 'l'heta: Stuclent Council:
lfairview Social and Arts l'luh1 Atro-
American Iillllil Homecoming Queen,
-I0 LYNN LEVVIS-National Honor Society.
treasurer: Scholastic Society: Junior
Vivinettesg Photography Vlulig Iingineerla
Vluli: llcpcttesz Horizon C'luli1 Nlu Alpha
Theta , . . TALNIADGIC LENAIR
LUGGINS-I'lliony Singers: Symphonic
Hand: Afro-American Fluh: Varsity Singers
. . . KATHY LONG-Beta Club: Anchor
C'luh, vice-presirlcnt: Sextet: Clhamlier
Singers: Pepettes. Vice president: Horizon
Vluhg Oratoriog Vhoraliers , . . ROBERT
DAVIS I,0VEN'I'HAL-De Molay.
BARBARA LOVICTTE-Library Club:
Nledical lixplorefs Post: homeroom otticer
. . , BETTY MAINE-Medical Explorerkx
Post: Rock and Mineral Club: Junior Steer-
ing C'ommittee: graduation usher: GRA. . .
MICLVIN MALONE . . . LINDA JANE
GLURIDA IVIARDIS-Junior Civinettesg
Atro-American Vluh . . . DANNY
MARTIN-hand . . . FARRIS MARTIN-
toothall CINDY MAYHAN-FHA.
president: Uratorio: Chamber Singersg
Nladrigal Singers: 'Vhespiansg Medical Ex-
plorerk Post: homeroom officer.
Bruce Williams was kind of "bagged" up at the
time. He helped present a skit during a football
MIKE IVICALISTER . . . ANITA
MCCULLAR-Student Council . . .
LINDA MCDONALD-VVho's W'ho:
sophomore cheerleader: National Merit
Finalist: VVho's Who in American High
Schools: Student Council. treasurer:
Anchor Club. senior director: National
Honor Society: Scholastic Society: Beta
Club: Pepettes . . . ANN IVICELROY-
Senior Steering Committee. -lunior
Civinettes1 Creative Writing Club:
Pepettes: Oratorio: tennis: Horizon Club.
LAVELLE MCLEROY-Junior Civitans:
Atro-American Club: football: track:
lingineefs Club: Thespians, FBLA . . .
NANCY MCMAHAN-Hand: FBLA:
FHA: National Honor Society . . .
LARRY MCNATT-HERO Club: Student
Council: homeroom ot't'icer.
MATT IVICNEELY-football. track.
basketball. manager . . . DAVID
MCVAY-Beta Club , . . RUSTY
IVIEAIJOWS-National Honor Societyl
Key Club: -Iunior Class President: Stu-
dent Council. president: Scholastic Socie-
ty1 FCA: football: Who's Who: basket-
ball: track . . . RICKY MEEKS-Key
DEBURAH IVIILLICR-Fairview Social
and Arts Club . . , JOHN MILLER-
IJHCA KAREN MITCHELL-
Nntional Honor Society: Scholastic Socie-
ty: FBLA . , . ED MODICA.
Thousands of cans like these went into the making of the 1974 Senior sign lt took a lot of food for thought in making the sign
You might say it took seweral cans of corn flakes to produce the end product
ROY MONK-Educational Explorers
Postg Afro-American Club: VICAQ Junior
Steering Committee . . . MARY
MOODY-Junior Civinettesq Afro-
American Club ,. . BERRY LEE
MOORE . . . CARLTON MOORE.
JANICE MOORE . . . JOHNNY
MOORE-tennisg Senior Steering Com-
mittee: TAC House junior boardg Medical
Explorer's Post: homeroom officer . . .
NILON MOORE-Ebony Singers: Afro-
American Club . . . PHILLIP MOORE-
Law Post: Medical Explorer's Post.
ROSEMARY MOORE . . . RUBY
MOORE-National Honor Societyg
homeroom officer DAVID
MORGAN-tennisg Oratorio: All-State
Choirg All-Region Choirg Chess Clubg
Madrigal Singers: Chamber Singers . . .
WALTER MULLIKIN-Varsity Singers.
JERRY MURPH ... BABS
MURPHY-Senior Steering Committee:
Beta Club: Horizon Club . . . SHARON
MURPHY-National Honor Society:
Scholastic Society . . . TIM MURPHY-
Student Council: homecoming attendant:
basketball: Boy's State: TAC House
junior board: Who's Who: Anchor Club
TEENA MURRY-DECA: homeroom of-
ficer , . . ELLEN NARAMORE-FBLA:
Chantelles: homeroom officer . . .
HELEN NELSON . .. JEFF
CAROL NIEDERER-senior class vice
president: homecoming attendant: Key
Club Calendar Girl: Pepettes. treasurer:
Anchor Club. chaplain: National Honor
Society, vice president: Scholastic Socie-
ty: All-State Orchestra: Horizon Club: El
Dorado Junior Miss: VVho's Who . . .
SHERRON NIXON-FHA: DECA: Ex-
plorer's Post . . . WALTER NORMAN-
Scholastic Society: National Honor Socie-
ty: golf , . . CAROL OGDON-Creative
Writing Club, president: Scholastic
KIM O'HERN-Medical Explorer's Post:
Junior Civinettes: Beta Club: National
Honor Society . . . CYNTHIA OLIVER-
Afro-American Club: HERO Clubl
Medical Explorer's Post . . . DAVID
OLIVER-Who's Who: Kurvis Burns
Photography Award: Photographer Hi
Gusher-Wildcat: homecoming attendant:
Explorer Post . . . LILI PALMER-
tennis: Thespians: Student Council.
DON PARKS-Oratorio: Chorale:
Creative Writing Club: Choraliers: Young
Arkansas Artist Exhibit . . . DANNY
PARKER-Junior Civitans, vice presi-
dent: FBLA: District Governor of Junior
Civitan . . . KING DAVID PARKER
, . . JENNY PAULUS-Thespians:
GRA: Creative Writing Club: Junior
Steering Committee: Who's Who: Com-
munity Drug Education Workshop
GARY PEAK-football LIBBY
PEDIGO-Anchor Club: FBLA. presi-
dent: Library Club: homeroom officer
. . . SHUMPARD PENISTER . . ,
CATHEY PEPPER . . . KEITHA
PIERCE-Student Council: Key Club
Calendar Girl: Thespians: Scholastic
Society: All4State Choir: Oratorio: Beta
Club: National Honor Society: homecom-
ing attendant . . . THOMAS PIERCE
. . . JOHNNY PONDER-Symphonic
MARILYN PONDER NAOMI
PORCHIA-Library Club: Afro-American
Club . . . DEBRA PORTER-FHA:
HERO Club: FBLA: Medical Explorer's
Post . . . DONNA PORTER-FBLA:
FHA: homeroom officer,
PAUL PORTER-VICA, secretary . . .
SUSAN PORTER-Choraliers: Oratorio:
Chamber Singers: Sextet: Junior Steering
Committee: homeroom officer .. .
VICKY PREWETT-GRA: Explorer's
Post . . . LONNIE PRIMM-CCE.
SHEILA PRIMM . . . SHERLEAN
PUMPHREY-Who's Who: Cheerleader:
Student Counci: Ebony Singers:
Educational Explorer's Post: GRA . .
GINA PURVIS-Chantelles: FBLA . . .
CHRIS QUALLS-Hi Gusher co-editor:
Wildcat Staff: Student Council:
Scholastic Society: Symphonic Band:
Choraliers: Oratorio: Creative Writing
Club: Quill and Scroll.
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David Oliver tests an ice cream cake which was
presented to him during a journalism II party.
David tried to clean the knife by licking it before
slicing the cake.
LINDA RAMEY-Ebony Singers: Afro-
American Clubg Junior Civinettes . . .
RALPH RANDOLPH-Student Council
. . . MARIE RAPP . . . MIKE
GARY REED . . .JOHN REED . . .
SANDRA REED-Junior Civinettesg
HERO Club: Educational Explorer's
Postg Senior Steering Committee: Stu'
dent Councilg Afro-American Club . . .
DEBBIE REYNOLDS . . . LINDA
DIANNE REYNOLDS-FHA. vice presi-
dent: Fairview Social and Arts Clubg
Junior Civinettesg Afro-American Clubg
FBLA1 Cheerleaderg Debutanteg GRA.
LOUIS REYNOLDS . . . NINA
REYNOLDS-Student Councilg Beta
Club: National Honor Societyg Ebony
Singersg Bi-Racial Committeeg Junior
Civinettesg Choraliersg Afro-American
STEVE RISINGER-Key Clubg football
. . . AZALIA ROA Exchange Student
from San Cristobal. Venezuelag Horizon
JEAN ANN ROBERTSON-Choraleg
Thespians, secretaryg Pepettes, vice
presidentg Anchor Clubg FBLAQ Horizon
Club . . . CAROLYN RODGERS-
Ebony Singersg Fairview Social and Arts
Clubg Afro-American Club . . . CLIFF
ROGERS-Junior Civitansg Debate Clubg
Chess Club: homeroom officer
DEBRA ROGERS-Pepettesg Anchor
Clubg Horizon Clubg Junior Civinettesg
Explorer's Postg Creative Writing Clubg
tennisg Beta Clubg FBLAQ homeroom of-
TRUMAN ROGERS-tennis: FBLA . . .
Honor Societyg FBLAQ Rock and Mineral
Club: All-State Orchestrag Boy's State
DEBBIE ROSS-Fairview Social
and Arts Clubg HERO Club: Medical Ex-
plorer's Postg Afro-American Clubg
Chantellesg FBLA KIM ROSS-
FBLAQ Library Club, parliamentarian.
PAMELA RUSH . . . DIANE SAMS-
GRAQ homeroom officer . . . BOBBY
SANDEFUR-Medical Explorer's Post,
tennis . . , DEBBIE SANDIFER.
HAZEL SANDERS-FHAQ Afro-
American Clubg Chantellesg Library Club
. . .GREG SAVANNAH. . .ROBERT
SAYERS . . . CAROLE SCHONERT-
Student Councilg Thespians, treasurerg
tennisg homeroom officer.
DARNESIA SCOTT-Cheerleaderg Stu-
dent Councilg Beta Club. vice presidentg
Afro-American Clubg National Honor
Societyg Scholastic Societyg homecoming
attendant: basketball sweetheartg Who's
Whog Mu Alpha Theta . . . JOHN
SEAGRAVES . . . NICKI SENGEL-
FBLAQ Choraliersg Varsity Singersg
Library Club . . . BILL SEWELL-
Tim Brown amused himself by flying from rock
to rock in the arboretum.
TIM SEWELL-Law Post: Senior Steer-
ing Committee ... CAROL
SHACKLEFORD - Thespiansg Cho-
raliers: Oratoriog Student Councilg Key
Club Calendar Girl.
RICKIE SHEPPARD . . . CELIA JO
MARK SHOFNER-tennis: Key Club
. . . AARON SHOOK-Oratorio: Barber
GREG SILLIMAN . . . JANET
SINCLAIR-FBLA . . . DEBBIE
SMITH-Symphonic Bandg All-Region
Bandg All-State Bandg FBLA. . .
LOUISE SMITH . . . RAND SMITH-
Key Club: Senior Steering Committee
. . . CHRIS STOCKS-Band . . .
WAYNE STRICKLAND-footballg Stu-
dent Councilg Who's Whog Junior Steer-
ing Committee: Hi Gusher Staffg FCAQ
Medical Explorer's Post, vice presidentg
MARK SUTHERLIN . . . JEFF
SWILLEY-Chess Club: Rock and
Mineral Club: Orchestra . . . JOLENE
KAY TALLEY-Beta Club: GRA: FBLA
. . . SCOTT TANNER football: FCA: E
ADDIE MAE TAYLOR-Library Club
. . . GERALD TAYLOR . . . RANDY
TEMPLETON . . . MIRJANA TESIC-
Exchange Student from Yugoslavia.
POLLY THOMAS-HERO Club
CYNTHIA THOMPSON . . .FRANK
THOMPSON ... LINDA
THOMPSON-Anchor Club: Choraliers:
Junior Steering Committee: Wildcat
Staff: Quill and Scroll: Senior Steering
Committee: Creative Writing Club:
LISA THOMPSON-FBLA: Thespians:
homeroom officer . . . VELENA
THOMPSON-Fairview Social and Arts
Club: Afro-American Club: HERO Club:
Library Club: FHA: GRA: Educational
Explorer's Post CHARLES
THURMAN , . .MIKE TODD.
DEBRA TOLBERT-Chantelles: FBLA
. . . MITCHELL TOMLINSON-Chess
Club. . .ALVA TUBERVILLE-Anchor
Club . . . GENE TURNER-Thespians:
FBLA, vice president.
SHARON TURNER-VICAQ FBLA.
LEWIS VANNESS-Key Club.
MARSHA GAYLE VERNON-Pepettesg
National Honor Society: Scholastic Socie-
ty, secretaryg Creative Writing Clubg
Anchor Club: FBLAg Horizon Club.
TERRY VICKERS-DECA . . . MARK
VINSON-Junior Civitans, vice presi-
dentg Explorer's Post: homeroom officer
. . . BETH ANN WALDRUP-Student
Council, secretaryg Wildcat co-editorg
Quill and Scrollg Anchor Clubg Bi-Racial
Committeeg Choraliersg Oratoriog
Choraleg National Honor Societyg
Scholastic Societyg Girl's Stateg
Sophomore Class Secretaryg homeroom
officer , , . DEBBIE WARD-VICAg
TERESA WARD-HERO Club. . .ANN
WARE-National Honor Societyg
Scholastic Societyg Pepettes, vice presi-
dentg FBLA: Horizon Clubg Junior
Civinettes, treasurerg Student Councilg
Junior Steering Committee . . . CINDY
WARE-Pepettesg FBLA: Student Coun-
Cil homeroom officer . . . KIM WARE.
JIM WARNOCK-Symphonic Band: All-
State Choir: All-State Bandg Oratoriog
Creative Writing Club . . . CAREN
WARREN-Who's Who: Anchor Club:
National Honor Society: Scholastic Socie-
tyg Student Council: Junior Steering
Committee: Beta Club HUGH
WATSON-National Honor Society: FCA.
vice president: Afro-American Club,
treasurerg basketball: Engineers Clubg
Student Council: Who's Who . . . BILL
WATTS-Bi-Racial Committeeg basket-
ball, co-captain: football.
Seniors paused during a five minute break to arouse some spirit during football season. Tim Murphy speerheaded the assembly,
MARK WEAVER-Choraliersg Student
Councilg homeroom officer . . . MARCO
WELCH-National Honor Societyg
Engineer's Clubg FHAQ homeroom officer
. . . STEPHANIE WELLS-tennisg
Pepettesg FBLA: COEQ Creative Writing
Club, secretaryg Horizon Clubg Explorer's
Postg homeroom officer . , . MARK
CAROLYN WHITE . . . REGINE
WILBERT-Student Councilg Afro-
American Clubg Symphonic Bandg
Educational Explorer's Postg Junior
Civinettes. . .CHERI WILDBUR. . .
CHYREL WILKINS-Fairview Social
and Arts Club: Afro-American Clubg Stu-
dent Councilg Ebony Singersg FBLAg
JANET ARMOUR-FBLA . . . PATTI
WARREN-thespians, Student Council.
NOT PICTURED- Denise Allen, Tim
Atkinson, Alan Avery, Gary Barker,
Dennis Beavert, Diane Benton,
Melissa Brown, Michael Burns,
Stephen Burton, Melvin Cargile,
Waymon Crew, Robert Daniels, Mar-
vin Davis, Lee Deason, Pamela Den-
nis. Mark Eggers, Steve Everett,
Bruce Famous, Chester Farmer, Kevin
Fisher, Olivia Frazier, Lizzie Gibson,
Garland Gibson, Mary Hall, Freddie
Hammond, James Hawkins, Alan
Hunt, Gina Hunt, Larry Jackson,
BRUCE WILLIAMS-DECA, president
. . . EARNESTINE WILLIAMS . . .
GLADYS WILLIAMS-GRA, Fairview
Social and Arts Club, Afro-American
Club, FHA, Debutante, Ebony Singers
. . . MIKE WILLIAMS.
MILES WILLIAMS-homeroom officer
. . . JEFF WILLIS-tennis, VICA, Quill
and Scroll, Rock and Mineral Club, Stu-
dent Council, Hi Gusher Staff. . . SARA
LYNNE WILLIS-Anchor Club, presi-
dent, National Honor Society, Scholastic
Society, Student Council, Beta Club,
Horizon Club, Pepettes, homeroom of-
ficer . . . MIKE WILSON.
DONNA WINBORN . . . LEAH
WOOD . . . DONNA WOODLE . . .
RALPH WOODS-Who's Who, FCA,
Educational Explorer's Post, football,
track, All-State football team in 1974,
High School Super Team.
ROBERT WOOLSEY . . . LOU ANN
WRIGHT-Scholastic Society, Who's
Who, Anchor Club, Orchestra Concert
Mistress, All-State Orchestra, Pepettes,
senior class secretary, Junior Steering
Committee, Chamber Orchestra . . .
TIM WRIGHT-Key Club, treasurer, Law
Post, Student Council, Senior Steering
Committee, football, DECA . . .
EVELYN ELAINE YATES-Ebony
Singers, Thespians, Fairview Social and
Arts Club, Afro4American Club, Varsity
Mary Jordan, Steve Kinard, Luther
Kirk, Nancy May, Herman Mitchell,
Melinda Nesbitt, Reece Powell,
Charles Prestridge, Ralph Reynolds,
Norris Robertson, Paul Schubert,
David Simpson, Deborah Smith, Mike
Smith, Sharon Staples, Christopher
Stevens, Gary Swint, Earlene Taylor,
Jan Waterston, Curtis Watley, Hugh
Watson, Stephanie Wells, Ronald
Whatley, Larry White, Michelle
Williams, Lillie Zillendar
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Dreams - so they say
are for the fools
and they let them slip away
The Class Of 1975 Adjusts To West Campus
Completes Testg Orders Ringsg Holds Space
The junior year like most junior
years is spent learning which
assembly to yell and which not to
yell. It is a time of choosing class
favorites, ordering that long awaited
class ring and taking a veritable
alphabet soup mixture of tests rang-
ing from P.S.A.T., S.A.T. and
A.C.T. Sometimes the command to
fill out this form so that another
form might be completed is just too
nior class lavo 1
When listing outstanding
characteristics one must note the
class of 1975 and their three
different tries at three different
times to have their faces appear in
the annual. Some of them still did
not make it. This has got to be some
type of record.
But then on the waiting side,
remember those class rings you
ordered and the time it took to
decide what color would be best for
you, who you were going to give it to
once it came in and how long it took
to get those rings back.
As for school spirit, this class
once collected enough enthusiasm
to capture the spirit stick. No
records set here. By the way, what
happened to those junior signs?
LEFT - Elected by popular vote of the junior
class in February the class favorites were
Ronny Fincher. Phyllis James, Carl Moore,
Donald Lee. Fred Brantley, BiffSmith, Wen-
dy Morgan. Linda Crumpler. Lillie Ruth
Moore. Shelia Reed, and Carol Robinson.
ABOVE - Topping the polls and names as
Mr. and Miss Junior were Ronny Fincher and
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Allen Berry, Russell Brewster, John
Brumley, Luther Burns, Tommy Candley,
Jimmy Carey, Joe Crumpler, Larry Davis,
Marlon Davis, Michael Dowty, Robert
Dumas, Cynthia Dunwood, Charles Ellis,
Bruce Eutsey, Mark Evans, Bobby Ford,
Grady Ford, Donald Glover, Jackie Glover,
Howard Grisby, Bret Hammond, Henry
Hampton, Tim Harris, Robert Hayes, Tom-
my Hearnsburger, Cindi Hendricks. Herman
Hill. Glenn Howard, Gerald Ivey, Willie
Jackson, Debra Jennings, Charles Jones,
James Keene. Wayne Kendrix, Steve Kopp,
Frankie Lowe, James Miller, Danny Milner,
Mary Moody, Rosemary Moore, Tony Murry,
Steve McCleskey, Albert McElroy, Roger
Newman, William Parker. Kim Parnell.
David Pittman, Stanley Post, Joyce Powell,
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David Ray. Keith Ray, Lorenzo Reed, Greg
Savannah, Travis Schultz, Jessie Scott,
Mike Shelton, James Shutes, Linda Smith,
Beverly Snowden, John Spivery, Kenny
Stanley, Francis Tatum, C. J. Traylor,
James Tubbs, Billy Waller, Charles Waller,
Mike Ward, Jonathan Watts, Frank Willett,
Bryant Williams, Dorothy Williams, Donny
Willoughby, Jay Winchester,
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.lust as each class leaves behind
a part of themselves, the
sophomores of 1974 leave behind
special memories and began the
first chapter of a three-part story.
The East Campus Student
Council started the year with an egg
beg to raise money for special pro-
jects. They sold pencils and pens
during homeroom modules and
sponsored a car and a float in the
With money left from last
year's projects, Student Council
purchased new drapes for the stage.
Unlike any previous sophomore
class, this year's class displayed
spirit and enthusiasm for their team
during their first homecoming
assembly. The sophomore class was
well represented at football games
and dances, and many students
took advantage of the classes that
were offered at West Campus.
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' 'lk Kathy Baker
' V , Randy Baker
3 Ricky Ball
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M Diane Barnes
1:i'7 Robert Barrett
ii' if K iivv 'X Mark Bauldree
125 Rick Bauman
ll ,.,A E l 'i"i" Allen Beachy
M j ' Yanita Beasley
-"' Lucy Beebe
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V 4 N Bill Benson
lzfa ' Don Benson
' A is David Biggers
1 1 Sandy Biggers
T7 Leigh Bilger
2 . Vg, . Charlotte Bishop
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1 iii? Joy Blagg
TOP LEFT-Topping the favorite polls, Issac
Greer and Peggy Main were named as Mr.
and Miss Sophomore. BOTTOM LEFT-
Selected by popular vote as class favorites
were lback row? Larry Nesbitt, Michael
Broadnax, Greg Russell, Wes Haynie, and
Ricky Hawkins. tfront rowl Bill Benson,
Marisa Camell, Paula Smith, Alice Bright,
Geneva Gray, and -Ioy Blagg. LEFT-Elected
as sophomore class officers were Melanie
Calahan, secretary: Greg Russell, vice-
president: Charissa Smith. treasurer: and
Ronald Jamerson, president.
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arolyn Benton. Douglas Briggs, Calvin Jones. Rose Lemons. Flossie Lowery. Lonnie Hester. Steve Rogers. Shelia Stuhhs, Debra
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You make me feel like e
I 'rn more than a friend
Like I 'rn the journey
And you 're the journey 's end
an endless series of headaches
which seem to dissolve on gradua-
tion night when all those faces turn
to face the world making it all
mounds of paper work all
needing to be done yesterday.
hearing what education is com-
realizing how abruptly those
grade school students become young
men and women.
watching your trust waver as
major damage is done to school
property only to see that same trust
motivated once more when these
young men and women accept
responsibility through working for
the common good.
collecting mounds of books on
education and those endless stacks
of professional journals.
Mr. W, D. Tommey inter-
viewing prospective teachers.
Mr. James Riley applying his
talents to writing government
Mr. Harold Smith working with
Mr. Garland Doss supervising
the transportation situation even
though the energy crisis took its toll
on El Dorado.
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ABOVE PANEL - Board of Education
members are Dr. Paul G. Henley, president,
Mr. John R. Meadows, vice-president, Dr. B.
G. West. Mr. Elwood Robinson, Mr. Mike
Landers. Mr. F, V. Thompson, and Mr. Bill
Stark. Not pictured are Mr. Jimmy Reed, Jr.
and Mr. Ronnie Woods. FAR LEFT -
Superintendent of school is Mr. W. D.
Tommey. MIDDLE LEFT - Mr. James
Riley. assistant superintendent for federal
programs and planning. LEFT - Mr. Harold
Smith, assistant superintendent for instruc-
tion. Not pictured is Mr. Garland Doss,
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E.H. . Administrators Add
To The School Activities
Serving as an administrator in-
volves a variety of skillsg our ad-
ministrators are not different. Much
of the position requires strict con-
centration and conditioning
although certain highlights of
humor are contained here. Much
which goes unsung reflects the
warmth of an understanding ad-
ministrator, perhaps these few in-
cidents will best explain our year.
Being an Administrator is . . .
Mr. Hughes making phone calls
in the main office after his extension
Miss White counting ballots for
a variety of elections only to find a
FAR RIGHT V Mr. David Palfreeman
answers his phone perhaps answering a
curious parent's questions. FAR TOP- Mr.
Shackleford moved up to vice-principal this
year. FAR BOTTOM - Mr. Williams keeps
his eyes open for possible skippers. TOP - Mr.
Hughes greets an unexpected visitor. RIGHT
- Mr. Hughes and Miss White return from
morning rounds of the campus while discuss-
ing school policies. ABOVE - Mr. Williams
gives the afternoon announcements, a
necessary part of the day.
name has been omitted from the
Mr. Williams developing an eye
disorder ftelescopic vision! in order
to catch vacationing students.
Mr. Palfreeman discovering a
deficit of 30 students only to
suddenly have them appear for se-
cond module. Could it have been
the day that band pictures were
made on West Campus?
Mr. Shackelford developing a
strong arm from his cure for the
sophomores social games.
Serving in a variety of
capacitiesg advisor, educator,
financer, and counselor.
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MR. JAMES R. HUGHES
MR. DAVID PALFREEMAN
MR. PHILLIP SHACKELFORD
EHS Vice Principal
MISS LINDA WHITE
Director of Activities
U '53 A MR. MURRAY WILLIAMS
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Office is . . .
a sea of endless faces returning
from the flu season all needing
absentee admits to class.
the sounding station of
students who received tardies upon
being late for class.
the constant sound of
typewriters, telephones and voices
Mrs. Beaton counting money,
keeping books and collecting faculty
the mailman coming with
stacks of mail.
Mrs. Howard calling out names
of absent students for the daily
answering the console.
Mrs. Martin making ap-
pointments with Mr. Hughes for the
collecting report cards, honor
roll and merit lists.
Mrs. May answering a barrage
of questions posed by the journalism
department Clike could you send us
a list of the sophomores or identify
these class pictures?D
the sound of excitement around
homecoming assembly and parade
Mrs. Dollar handling the daily
absentee reports, typing and
answering the telephone.
office aides making our lunch
tickets for the next week.
calling teachers over the inter-
com for their absentees.
receiving notices that this club
or that class will be on a field trip or
convention for the next two days.
discovering that five
organizations have requested the
school car for the same day.
the mounds of paper work after
having two unannounced homeroom
checks in one day.
calming students after your
campus makes the news with a
collecting your wits after
semester reports and starting over
with second semester or summer
MRS. NINA DOLLAR
MRS. SAVANNAH FRAZIER
MRS. IRENE HOWARD
MRS. MILDRED MARTIN
MRS. HARRYETTE YATES
FAR UPPER LEFT A Mrs. Normadine
Beaton served as attendance clerk at West
Campus. FAR LONVER LEFT - Senior
Cheryl Corn assisted as a student office
worker, FAR LEFT - Mrs. Howard displays
her lull dress. LEFT - Mrs. Martin takes a
hreak from her daily duties. ABOVE - Mrs.
Betty May. teacher's aid, relaxes with her
hushand at a facility party.
Counselors Keep Busy
With Students' Futures
Guidance is . . .
taking the PSAT test in the fall
of your junior year.
the guidance office's motto of
'No job is done until the paperwork
taking the ACT and SAT test
waiting in line for three hours to
see the counselors.
trying to place every senior in a
college, school, job, or place of ser-
being swamped with last
minute high school transcript forms.
having the weight of every
student's problems on your
filling out schedules in the spr-
ing and trying to explain to new
students how the module system
trying to work out all the
schedules at the beginning of the
year that the computer messed up.
making recommendations of
students to colleges.
helping a senior get a
scholarship hels been working on
twelve years to obtain.
reading the instructions to all
tests out loud and having students
look at you with a 'I'd rather do it
collecting college catalogs.
listening to Mr. William's cons-
tant announcements about a
representative from a college being
in the guidance office.
FAR LEFT - Mr. Bostian worked at both
East and West Campuses. FAR BOTTOM -
Mrs. Cook stayed busy with getting seniors
ready for college. BELOW - Many students
had to wait their turn to see the counselors.
LEFT Mrs. Cook monitored the PSAT test
given to the juniors in the fall.
MR. RAY BOSTIAN
MRS. ANN COOK
MR. CLYDE HARDAMON
MRS, JEAN ROSS
FAR LOWER RIGHT - Sophomores find
that the library is a cool and quiet place to
get their homework. FAR BOTTOM - Linda
Jackson uses the private study areas in West
Campus. FAR TOP - Even though Kathy
Long enjoys the library to do her work
Melanie Cottrell still likes to daydream. 1.,
RIGHT - Mrs. Green explains to Mici Lusk
why hooks must be paid for if they are over-
due. BELOVV - Mrs. Koesy sits in her usual
spot prepared to tell the photographer to
leave and not disturb.
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MRS, LILLIE GREEN
MRS. MARY HANEY
MRS. Lll.l.lAN KOESY
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Library is . . .
a series of slips, white ones for
checking out books, blue ones for
overdue books and pink ones for
clearance, or was it the other way
needing to work on your
research paper but not being able to
go to the library because you were
kicked out for two weeks.
Mrs. green saying, "Pass on
getting lost in the card catalog.
Mrs. Koesyls all-knowing ears
for catching gum chewers.
the most popular place in
school when everybody else's air-
conditioning is out.
a veritable goal mine of
newspapers, books, magazines, and
Mrs. Murphy strolling around
straightening chairs and carefully
spying for loafers, talkers, and dis-
missing half of a class because
you forgot the library was set up for
double module schedules.
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New English Program Offers
Seniors Half Unit Courses
English is . . .
the introduction of a new senior
English program at El Dorado High
Mrs. Post telling students that
Humor in Literature is not a class in
which students will read funny
books and tell jokes.
Mrs. Taylor watching faces
turn from jovial to forlorn as she an-
nounces the research paper topics.
Miss DeWoody finding that
portions of the Canterbury Tales are
not suitable for publication in a high
Mrs. Geiger having notebook
checks every week.
having a solid black bar across
from your name in Mrs. Reed's room
for not having assingments in on
discovering in Mass Com-
munications that today's ballads
are a comprehensive form of com-
Mrs. Smith's students being
TOP RIGHT - Mrs. Smith's mythology class
enjoys the photographers interruption. TOP-
Mrs. Taylor. English coordinator pastes book
labels in the new English materials.
BOTTOM RIGHT - Miss DeWoody sees the
photographer before she finishes her report.
BOTTOIVI LEFT - Miss Barr is caught in
deep concentration over a student's writing
afraid of learning about Zeus and
Mrs. Chamber's gum check at
the entrance of her classroom.
Mrs. Lusk's difficulty in seeing
over her student's heads.
Mr. Aaron's students reading
the newspaperg doing role playing
listening to Mr. Endel's version
of the opera before roll call.
sitting on the front row of
English IV, Mrs. Thomasls class in
order to hear.
Mrs. Crisp showing the proper
techniques for letter writing.
listening to book reports on the
last day in Mrs. Vanl-Iook's room.
Mrs. Cowan's class and the
memorization of poetry.
corrective English in Mrs.
Bounds class using the proper verb
tenses, punctuation and spelling.
individualized study in Miss
Barr's class logging all
MR. EARVIN AARON
MISS MARY KAY BALL
Mass Communications. Journalism
MISS DEBBIE BARR
Communication Skills Lah
MRS. GLORIA BOUNDS
MRS. SALLIE CHAMBERS
MRS. DOROTHY COWAN
MRS. MAXINE CRISP
MISS LINDA DEWOODY
Concerns of Man.
Survey ot' English Literature
MRS. LINDA GEIGER
MRS. -IOAN LUSK
MRS. DEE POST
Humor in Literature. Concern
MRS. MARY REED
MRS. MARZFZLI, siviirn
Mythology. Poetry. Grammer
Nurs. NANCY THOMAS
MRS. DINAH VANHOOK
Fine Arts Give
Chorus is . . .
listening to Mr. William's
Mr. Foxx disliking you just
because you are a so rano.
the tension that guilds up right
before state festival.
being a defenseless piano
miscounting the number of
hallelujahs in the "Hallelujah
Chorus" and coming in while the
rest of the choir is in total silence.
going over the railroad tracks at
Gurdon on the way to district
festival in Arkadelphia.
the thrill of doing your best and
ranking superior at festival.
Band is . .' .
watching Mr. Cooper slide off
the hood .of the bus.
marching on the parking lot at
a 90 angle.
being the only person to miss a
turn and getting an individual lec-
ture from Mr. Cooper.
getting a standing ovation at
the Henderson Marching Contest.
and perhaps just a bit biased,
being the best band in the state.
Orchestra is . . .
meeting on East Campus for
limited practice times.
carrying your instrument on the
having the only leopard fur bass
case in school.
clipping your fingernails and
wearing your hair back.
Art is . . .
having to leave the room due to
an overwhelming order from a
broken perfume bottle.
doing all types of art ranging
from pottery to a paper mache, and
charcoal to water color.
being able to leave on field trips
to enjoy the beauty on nature.
Journalism is . . .
being stuck in a room full of
working 24 hours a day trying to
keep every one else busy.
having to do all the dirty work
that the office does not want to do.
Drama is . . .
doing one act plays for the
learning all the technical
phases of acting.
FAR RIGHT - Journalism students, Lili
Palmer, Kaye Armour, and Patti Bilger
study hard to learn about newspaper. FAR
MIDDLE RIGHT - Mr. Cooper does not
seemed too pleased to be caught by the
camera. TOP - Mr. Foxx directs the Oratorio
choir while Kim Eanes plays the piano.
ABOVE RIGHT - Mr. Kiger returns to West
Campus after a busy practice session at East.
ABOVE - Mr. Post helps build the queen's
float during homecoming. RIGHT - Mrs.
Williams eats a bite of cake at the Varsity
Singers' Christmas party.
MR HAL COOPER
Band MUQIC II
MR IAMES FOXY
Coordlnator Choral MUSIC
MR MORRIS CRAHAM
MR. C ERALD KIGER
MRS. GEORCIA WILLIAMS
MR. JOE WILLIAMS
MRS. BETTY NORMAN
MR. NELSON POST
New Materials Aid Students
Language is . . .
learning the subjunctive mood
taking a test on numbers of the
pages so that everyone will know
where the class is in the book.
asking the exchange students in
broken Spanish how they are.
Mrs. Fernald worrying about
her southern Spanish accent, inflec-
tion difficulties and proper
memorizing lists of vocabulary
words in French.
listening to French stories sub-
ject to translation.
panicing over oral grades and
working the workbook.
Miss Colvin's conversation
times with students and the dif-
ficulties with making subjects and
doing shuttle bus comparing of
translating old classic stories in
memorizing lists of verb tenses
doing projects in or related to
Mrs. Chambers getting excited
over the Latin deriatives of words
now used in the English language.
MRS. ROSIE COLEY
French first semester
MRS. FONNIH FERNALD
FAR UPPER LEFT - Mrs. Fernald gives
directions to students in the language lab.
FAR LEFT - Miss Elizabeth Colvin, second
semester French teacher, Johnny Goodwin,
and Robin Dumas listen as another student
answers in French, LEFT - Miss Colvin and
Mrs. Fernald discuss their day's plans.
ABOVE - Many students find the language
lah a good way to spend their Independent
BELOW - Mrs. Jones gets a chuckle from an
answer she didn't expect. RIGHT - Lynn
Willis, a college math student, finds that she
needs to spend a lot of I.S. time in Mr.
Taweel's room before a test. FAR TOP - Mr.
Taweel checks role to see who did their
assignments, FAR BOTTOM A Miss Holly
helps Richard Hottle and Alice Hurley with
their reading problems.
MRS, il-XNAL BENTON
Algebra l. Plane Geometry
MH. IJICWICY DUNCAN
lllllllf' Clwmwtry. Basic' Math
MISS .Il'l,lA HIVKS
Algebra ll. Plane Geometry
MISS Hl'll,lCN HOLLY
Algclnru ll. Basic Math
MRS. SARAH UYliRS'l'RliE'l'
'l'1'igmimnne-lr'i'. Aimlyliral ilemnetry acc,
NIR. F, H. 'l'AWlilil.
Basic Nlzitli. .-Xlgelxra ll
l'lllIlflilIl1t'IllillS ul' College Math
NIR. .-Xlilililll' Wll,l-BERT
Hzisiv Ninth, Plame flemnetry
From Basic To
Math is . . .
Mr. Taweel's face after he spent
twenty minutes explaining the fun-
damentals of algebra to his college
Mrs. Jones's window shade
joining MU Alpha Theta,
thinking it is a fratemity.
watching Miss Hicks write a
problem with her left hand and the
answer with her right hand.
Mrs. Overstreet discovering
from her first semester exam that a
circle is restricted to a plane while a
sphere is in hemisphere, instead of
space, or in orbit.
Miss Ho1ly's class trying to get
a front row seat so' that directions
can be heard.
asking Mr. Goolsby about the
taking the national math test
in the spring and only being able to
work one problem.
working all day on a bonus
problem and getting it wrong
because you left out the negative
taking an hour long test in thir-
learning postulates, theorems,
equations, and various formulas and
forgetting them when you walk in
the exam room.
P.E. Stresses Fitness
Physical Education is . . .
hearing Coach May say, "here
we go back" as you stumble the last
mile one way of a run exercise.
being the offensive example
that Coach Petitt uses to illustrate
the fore arm throw.
Mrs. Santoli's class doing exer-
cises to old songs.
accidently passing through the
coaches office as the boys are dress-
ing out or even worse as the coaches
watching Coach Ross call a
taking an indepth look at last
Friday night's game with Coach
dressing out in the middle of a
having class the first thing in
the morning and going through the
remainder of the day feeling like a
returning to the locker room to
find that your clothes have dis-
taking a partial shower for
points in P.E.
discovering that coordination
helps when it comes to tumbling.
watching Coach Martin's
getting up early to travel with
Miss McNeil and the tennis team.
Miss Santoli buying a cake for
the practice teacherls going away
party and her dog eating it.
trying to keep from falling off
the balance beam.
MR. JAMES ATWELL
Head Basketball Coach,
MR. DON HORTON
Director. Head Football
Coach, Physical Education
MR. RICHARD MARTIN
Physical Education, Coach
MR. LESTER ROSS
Physical Education, Athletics
FAR LOWER LEFT - Volleyball was one of
the many sports played in P.E. classes. FAR
UPPER LEFT - Coach -lim Atwell gives his
class encouragement. LEFT - Coach Winkie
May takes time to hang up his shoes and
relax while talking. BELOW - Coach Ross
seems to have acquired several fans while
posing for the photographer. BELOW LEFT
- Mrs. Santoli wants to make sure everyhody
knows that she has her tonsils.
MRS. EDITH SANTULI
Physical Education, Tennis
MISS JANET MCNEII.
Physical Education, Tennis
NOT PICTURE!! - Mr, Winifred May, Mr
Tommy Patterson, and Mr. James Pettitt.
phvsirol vtlilvalt n '
Science Dept. Holds Its Second Annual Fair Day
Science is . . -
collecting those chemistry
notebooks with holes burnt through
the major assignments.
not being able to work in the
lab because a student borrowed yOur
finding when you helped a stu-
dent with his assignment that there
were tiny holes now adorning your
smelling up your room with
dead mice for the science fair.
getting six white mice for an ex-
periment and ending up with a
colony of 30 mice.
discovering that students are
using mini computers instead of
an endless dissection of various
animals in biology.
identifying the classes of
animal life and plant life. Incident-
ly, man is 'fhomo sapien" not
an endless lesson in how to look
through the microscope, starting
with not crunching the lens through
the slide plate.
seeing a student realize that the
tubular circles through the
microscope are cells and not an out
of focus blob.
finding a rare discovery from
the arboretum pond and the entire
class is afraid of it.
a physiology class in which you
inject Mrs. Lancaster's great blue
herron with formaldehyde.
discovering that after making
notes of the food youlve eaten for the
last three days that you should gain
five pounds a month making you 60
pounds overweight at the end of the
working doubly hard to impress
the teacher by doing extras for your
notebook and getting a C- for not
finding an initial velocity under
ideal circumstances in physics and
never seeing it occur on the earth or
on your test.
paying Gerry Jones a dollar per
answer for test questions in physics.
using the Order of Magnitude
to determine the number of B.B.s
that will fit into Mr. Goolsby's hush
MRS. -IOHNNIE BURNS
MRS. BETTY JEAN CARTER
MR. -JAMES GOOLSBY
Physics. Algebra I,II
MR. JAMES HENDERSON
MRS. EMILY LANCASTER
MRS. MARTHA MCCLATCHEY
FAR VPPER LEFT - Miss Sylvia Thibault
taught chemistry at West Campus. FAR
RIGHT - Robhy Bays assists Mrs. Lancaster
in the green house. LEFT - 'lo Lynn Lewis. a
chemistry Il student. seems startled when the
camera interrupts her work. ABOVE - Mr.
Clyde Pennington. biology teacher shows
sophomores how to do their homework.
History Helps Students
To Better Understand
Social Studies is . . .
finding out that Andrew
Fabacher is a phony.
learning that the depression is
not a state of mind according to Mr.
Mrs. Whatley rephrasing the
Mr. Rioss's cellar dwellers who
need to report for I.S.
the solving of some minor social
problems in Mrs. Thomas's class
with a can of Lysol.
Mr. Schieffer's class having a
test on the morning newspaper and
you have only read the morning line
from the Oaklawn horseraces.
being hypnotized by Mrs.
Sewell's pencil in World History.
seeing silent films concerning
the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas.
being awakened in the middle
if a World War II film by the
sudden outburst of machine gun
taking an alternate exam with
only one question when you could
not make the original.
the distraction of pink and pur-
ple contact paper on Mr. DeLone's
listening to Mr. Henley discuss
the book, 1984, and its impending
threat to the world.
finding out the last semester of
your senior year that you need one
more unit of history to graduate.
doing a current event research
in Problems of Democracy.
sleeping through the long lec-
tures in class.
getting writer's cramp while
trying to keep up in large group lec-
watching Mrs. Weatherford's
Mr. Ross's reviews before the
MR. STOWE DELONE
MR. R. V. HENLEY
MR. ROBERT J. SCHIEFFER
Arkansas History. American
MRS. MARIE THOMAS
Coordinator. Problems of
Democracy. American History
MRS. HUGH WEATHERFORD
MR. DAVID WEST
TOP LEFT - The photographer caught Mr.
DeLone oft' guard at the faculty Christmas
party. FAR UPPER LEFT - Mrs. Claire
Whatley. American and Latin American
history teacher. writes her students
assignments on the board. FAR LEFT - Mr.
Bobby Ross. American history and economics
teacher. lectures to his economic students.
LEFT - Mrs. Diamond Sewell, has an infor-
mal discussion with her American history
class. ABOVE - Mrs. Thomas aids junior
Donna Vance with her homework.
In Skilled Training
Vocational Department is . . .
a combination of job oriented
classes equipping students for the
world of work.
home economics as Mrs. Sadie
Booker teaches our young men to
Mrs. Charlene Burns explain-
ing sewing techniques to some one
day house wife.
Mrs. -Ioan Williams examining
auto mechanics and the abrupt
discovery, according to Mr. Roy
Butler, that 50 pounds or more
pressure in the rear shocks is not
seeing Miss Deborah Funder-
hurg and her students practicing for
the State Olympics.
Mrs. Goline's class discovering
the techniques of advertising but
putting the school up for sale is a bit
architectural drawing and
mechanical drawing, a series of
lines, according to Mr. -lones, that
connect to make houses or tools not
Mr. Robert's electronics, a
shocking course, where students
succeed to get all wired up as part of
Mr. Morton's metal shop in
which putting the pieces together
involved more than a mere process.
lt required welding techniques as
Industrial Cooperative Train-
ing and Mr. Nile Smith involving
the true core of job oriented educa-
one part school and one part
workg making for four parts
FAR RO'l"l'OM lililfvl' - Mrs. Sadie Booker
assist her class in a workshop held at the El
Dorado House. FAR MIDDLE - Mr. J. R.
Harrell is coordinator ot' the vocational
department. l,EF'l' - Mr. Butler shows Mike
Burns how car engines work. BELOVV - Mr.
Roberts secnis puzzled by his students elec-
MRS. SADIE HOOKER
Honic Economics, Food Management
MRS. FHAIILRNE BURNS
MR. ROY RllTLl'IR
MISS DEBORAH FUNDERBURG
Teacher. Supervisor of
MR. JOHN GOLINE
Cooperation Career Education
MR. CHARLES JONES
MR. CHARLES ROBERTS
MR. ROBERT MORTON
MRS. JOAN WILLIAMS
MR. Nllili SMITH
lndustrial Cooperative Training
ui nil ll
MISS .IUDITH AUER
Business Machines. Consumer Education
MRS. JUDY CARPENTER
Exploratory Business, General Business
MRS. CAROLYN LANGSTON
Intensive Lab. Shorthand
MRS. HELEN PARNELI,
MRS. FRANCES ROSENAUR
COE Coordinator. Typing
MISS ANN SINGLETON
Distributive Education I
Business is . . .
Mrs. Auer's class and making a
HD" on LS. for typing obsenities
and calling them mistakes.
Miss Tullis's class as you watch
people turn in timed writings which
you have started seven times.
Mrs. Palfreeman collecting
perfectly typed papers without
names and when they do appear
through nervousness, misspelled.
gomfomh piy yjsy upit jsnfd str
pm yjr etpmh lrys or finding out
your hands are on the wrong keys.
students in Mrs. Nodini's class
typing on the electric typewriters for
the first time, touching the space
button too hard. and finding the
carriage half way down the page.
Mrs. Rosehaur's students lov-
ing typing so much they spend hours
during I.S. modules in her room do-
ing their homework.
having to wear a dress for inten-
working for hours trying to
balance your bookkeeping
homework only to find that 2 + 2
does not equal 5.
finding that doodling marks
sometimes mean something in
learning the English language
leaving everyday at noon to go
to your Cooperative Office Training
FAR I,l'lF'l' - Intensive office students are
trained like they were actual secretaries for
businesses. FAR MIIJDLE - Mrs. Shay
l'all'reernan looks surprised as she enters her
class. FAR 'l'0P - Typing l students Terry
Higgers. -lohn tlrigson. and Beth Ann
Mct'roskey are awed by the work at the first
of the year. l,l'll"'l' - Mrs. Langston helps
Martia lianey with her business letters.
Like the twilight
in the road up ahead
they cionft see just
where we're goin'
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Aaron, Bonnie ....
Aaron, Deborah . . .
Aaron, Diane . . , . .
AARON, ERVIN , . .
Aaron, George ....
Aaron, Jerome ,...
Aaron, Otis ....
Aaron, James ....
Ables, Lynn ......
Ackerman, David . .
Adams, Barry . . , .
Adams, Bernard . . .
Adams, Ellen ...,
Adams, John ...,.
Alderson, Arlean . . .
Alderson, Michael ,...
Allen, Denise .,.,..
Allen, Ralph .....
Allen, Steve . . .
Amason, Jim ......
Ambrose, Hunter . . .
Ambrose, Wes ...,
Anders, Billy ,... .
Anderson. Regina ....
, ...,.... 191
. ,.... 42,165
. ..,....., 205
. . . 53,78,147,191
Anderson, Richard , . . . ,,,,,4,.,,,,.., -191
Anderson, Ricky . . . .... 13,42,84,92,136,165
Anderson, Terrie . . , ,,,,,,,,.,4 42,165
Andrews, Frank ..,. ,.,. 2 05
Andrews, Nancy . . . , , , ,205
Anglin, David ..,. ......................... 1 65
Archer, Bill ,... ..................... , . . . 70,191
Archer, Lee . ....... 20,30,38,40,58,B2,84,92,102,103,104,
Archie, Robert ......................,.... 52,205
Armer, Dean .........
Armour, Janer ....
Armour, Kaye . . .
Armstrong, Jina . .
Armstrong, Karen . . . .
Arnaud, Debbie . , .
Ash, Anita ..,.,.
Atkins, Raymond . . .
Atkinson, Kathy ....
Atkinson, Pam . . .
Atwell, Jamie . . .
ATWELL, JIM . . .
AUER, JUDY . . .
Austin, Becky , . ,
Avery, Alan . . .
Avery, Robert , . ,
Bailey, Cleveland . .
Bailey, Doris .....
Bailey, Tony . . .
Baker, Barbara . . .
Baker, Brenda ....
Baker, Kathy . .
Baker, Randy . .
Baldwin, Rusty . . .
MARY KAY . . .
Ballard, Mary ......
ne, Lisa . . .
Barnes, Diane . . .
Barnes, Leigh . . .
Barnes, Sherry .,..
Barnes, Sycrece ....
DEBBIE . . .
Barrett, Robert . .
Barrow, Diane . . .
Bass, Terry ....
Bates, Paul .....
Bauldree, Mark ....
Bauman, Debi . . . . .
, ........... 21,108,109,165
. . . . , . , . . . ss,4o,54,5s,1o9,1e5
. , . a5,94,96,236
. . . 69,70,142,147
. . . 21,42,55,165
, . . ,. 38,41,109,191
. . . .40,58,67,71,72,165
. ......,. 228,229
. . . 18,137,191
. ........... 205
.......... . . 63,67,69,191,195
Bauman, Rick .....,........,.......,....... 205
Baumgardner, Pam .,.. 1,40,48,49,58,114,l43,147,166,246
Baumgartner, Ricky . . .
Bays, Bobby ......,
Beachy, Allen .....
Beasley, Eddie . .
Beasley, Van ..,......
Beasley, Vanita ....,..
BEATON, NORMADINE. ' ' '
Beebe, Lucy ......,..
Beebe, Ricky ,.... . , . .
Bell, Gary .....
Bellott, John . . .
Bennett, Bruce . .
Benson, Bill . . ,
Benson, Don .......
Benson, Stone ..,.....
X Bentley, Mary Beth ,...
BENTON, CANAL ....
... . . . .205
.. . . . . .. 69,205,278
. . .107,137,20-1,205
. . 30,38,40,58,129,166
Benton, Carolyn . .
Benton, Nancy . . .
Benton, Willie ....
Bierbaum, Chad , . .
Biggers, David ....
Biggers, Sandy . . .
Blgliers, Terry . . .
Blltier, Leigh . . .
Bilger, Patti .....
Billingsley, Paula . .
Bishop, Charlotte . ,
Bishop, Keith .....
Blackmon, Becky . .
Blagg, Holly .,...
Blagg, Joy ......
Bluford, Betty ...,
Boatman, Tina . . .
Bobbitt, Mary . , .
Bonner, Craig . . ,
Bonner, Doug ......
BOOKER, SADIE , . .
. . .26,34,41,46,56,67,69,71,147,192
- - - 3,48,49,82,109, 160,166,167
. . . .110,120,137,204,205,208
Boone, Essie . ......................,....... 192
BOSTIAN, RAY . .,..,.................,. 224,225
Bottoms, Mike 8,18,71,72,110,117,141,142,162,167,185,278
Boulden, Albert ..,....,.,............., 84,93,206
BOUNDS, GLORIA ...........,............. 229
Brown, Donnie .,..,
Brown, Jeanette . .
Brown, John ....
Brown, Marty . . .
Brown, Melinda . .
Brown, Roger ....
Brown, Sandra , . ,
. . . . 70,192
. .. 55,78,167
, ....... ...,.....,...... 1 92
Brown, Susan . , . ....,..............,,.. 79,192
Brown, Tim ....... 18,24,43,66,68,70,72,110,114,120,129
Brown, Virtie ..,.
Bruce, Bob ....,
Brumley, Jan . . .
Bromley, John . . .
Bruner, Curtis . . .
Bruner, Susan . . .
Bryant, Calvin . . .
Bucey, Gary ,......
Buckwalter, Bert ....
Buggs, Cathy .,.,
Bullock, Lonnie . . .
Burbank, Doug . . .
Burgie, Carolyn .....
Burley, Cathy ,....,
Burns, Mike ,......
Burns, Rosie , ....
Burns, Wymonia . . .
BUTLER, ROY . . .
Burton, Kiz . . .
Burton, Perry . . .
Bush, David . .
Bussey, Mike . . .
Bussey, Richard . .
Butler, Gloria . . .
Butler, Greg . .
Byrd, Martha . . .
Cain, Steve ......
Calahan, Gordon . . ,
Calahan, Melanie . .
Calaway, Debra . . .
Camell, Marissa . .
Cameron, Judy . . .
Camp, Rebecca . . .
Campbell, Carol . .
Campbell, Jim . . .
Candler, Larry . . .
Candley, Ruth ....
Candley, Tommy . . .
Cannon, Steve ....
Canterbury, Terry . .
Caraway, Donna . . .
Carelock, Chuck . . .
Carey, Jimmie ....
Carey, Jimmy ....,
Carnes, Jim .......
Carr, Lisa .........
Carson, Larry .....
CARTER, BETTY . .
Carter, Sherry ....
Case, Robert . . .
Cates, Billy . . .
Cates, Ross . . .
Cates, Toni ....
Cauley, Brian ....
Caver, Reginald .....
Chaffer, Teri .......
CHAMBERS, SALLII-3' ' ' '
Champion, Linda . . .
Chandler, Becky ....
Chandler, Lou Ann . .
Chapman, Mitch . . .
Charles, Karen . . .
Charles, Ralph . . .
Cheatham, David . .
Cheatham, Kevin . .
. . . , 34,67,71,72,192
. . . 21,38,40,54,129,167
. . . . 19,26,33,70,192,233
. . . .3,52,67,69,71,73,206
. . . 36,56,s0,95,9a,13o,168
. ........ 66,68,70,72,136,192
. ....... ,....... ,... . 2 39
. . . .206
.. . . . . . .206
... . . . .206
. . . 102,105,206
. . . .8,40,45,46,58,144,154,168
Jean Ann Robertson found time after her
dentist appointment to enjoy a good laugh.
hman, Tina . . .
Cherry, Joy .,....
Cheshier, Doug . , .
Cheshier, Greg ..
Clark, John . . . ,.
Clark, Larry .....
Clark, Larry D. . ,.
Clark, Maxine , , .
Clark, Nelson ....
Clark, Reginald ..... , .
Clark, Theodis ......,
on, Joyce Trammell
Clements, Ricky ..,...
Clemons, Alice .....,.
Clemons, Brenda ....
Clemons, Janell , , .
ms, Lonnie ..
Cleveland, Donny . . .
Cloud, Alicia . ....
Cobb, Karen , . . . .
Cobb, Nathaniel , .
Cobb, Wayne . . .
Cobb, Willie ..,..
Coggins, Willie . . .
Coleman, Diane .,...
COLEY, ROSIE .,....
COLVIN, ELIZABETH .
Colvin, Paul .,,......
COOK, ANN ..... . .
Cook, Donna ....
Cook, Pam .....,
Cooksey, Carolyn ,..,
Cooksey, Denise . .
Cooper, Calvin ..
COOPER, HAL , . .
Cooper, Quentin . . .
Cooper, Tequila . , . . .
. . . 41,193
.. .,....... ,206
. . . . . .168,283
. . .22,26,34,3s,41,72,73,193
. . .232,233
. . . . .206
. . . 79,193
. . . 51,193
. . . 67,653,206
. . . 79,193
. . . . 85,93
.. . . 3,76,231
. . . . .168,193
Cope, Pat ...... .... ...,........... 4 5 ,46,80,168
Corn, Cheryl .,...... 24,25,63,79,81,140,147,168,222,278
Cottrell, Melanie .........
COWAN, DOROTHY ........................ 229
Crawford, Donnie .....
Crew, Mary ........
Crew, Waymon ....
Cribb, Margaret ....
CRISP, MAXINE . . .
Crook, Charles ....
Crook, Robert ,,...
Cropper, Debbie . . .
Crumpler, Lee , . .
Crumpler, Linda . . .
Cullins, Donna .,..
Curley, Fredrick . . .
Curley, Jimmy , ,
Curley, Linda . . .
Cyphers, Andy . .
Dailey, Danny . . .
Daniel, Carolyn .,..
Daniel, Quentin ....
Daniels, Timothy . . .
Davis, Cliff .....,.
Davis, Donna . . .
Davis, Etta ,...
Davis. Forest . , ,
Davis, Girdie , . .
Davis, Johnny . . .
Davis, Larry ......
Davis, Larry W, . . .
. . . . . .193
. . , . . .169
. . 188,190,193
. . , 69,193
Davis, Marlon ....
Davis, Mike . . .
Davis, Randal ....
Davis, Shirley ....
Dawson, Michael , .
Dayton, Danna . , .
Deason, James . . .
Dennis, David ....
DeNoon, Angell . . .
DeNoon, Connie . .
DEWOODY, LINDA . . .
Dickens, Diana . . .
Diffie, Mike .....
Diles, Mike ......
Dismuke, Donald .
Dobbins, Debbie . .
Dobson, Margaret .
Dobson, Susan . . .
DOLLAR, NINA . .
Donahue, Robert . .
Dorbin, John ,.,..
Downey, Teresa , . .
Dowty, Michael . . .
Doyle, Joe .......
. , ......... 52,207
. .... 117,130,166,169
. ......,... ..... ..., 2 0 7
Doyle, Mary Beth . . . . .21,24,25,34,40,64,147,170
Dubrevil, Cynthia .
Duck, Richard ....
Duggar, Charlie . . .
Duhon, Buddy ....
Dumas, Charlie . . .
Dumas, John .....
, ........,...,. 78,215
Dumas, Robert . . , . .......,.,.,.. 203
Dumas, Robin ....... . . . 45,85,107,193,232
Dunwood, Cynthia . . .
Durdin, Helen .....
Dykes, Carolyn . . .
Dykes, Debra . .
Eanes, Kim . . ,
Earley, Cindy ....
Eaton, Marvin . . .
Echols, Jimmy . . .
Edmonds, Ann . . .
Edmonds, Thelma .
Edwards, Betty . . .
Edwards, Carolyn .
Edwards, Eddie . . .
Edwards, Elmer . ,
Egerer, Cynthia . . ,
Eggers, Mark . .
Elerson, Randy . . ,
Ellen, Terry ..,..
Ellerson, George . .
Elliott, Lark ....,
Elliott, Leah , . .
Elliott, Matt .....
Ellis, Bobby Jo . . .
Ellis, Charles . .
Ellis, Vinila ....
Elmore, Ralph ....
Endel, Dennis ....
Endel, Tanya . .
Enis, James . . .
Eutsey, Bruce , . . .
Evans, Bill ....
Evans, David . .
Evans, Jan . , .
Evans, John . . .
. .... 121,130,143,170
. . . 34,70,147,170,186
. . . .10,21,34,66,68,71,72,140,147,170
. . . . 34,40,67,69,110,125,146,170
, . . 42,170
, ...,..... 207
. ...........,. 193
. , ........,.... 207
. ..,. .....,...... 8 5
. . ,26,28,56,74,75,193
. ..... 215
Evans, Mark , . ,
Evans, Susan . ,
Evans, Thomas . , .
Everett, David . , . 1
Evers, Cammy . . .
Ewing, Helen . .
Ewing, Obie . . .
Faison, Cathy . .
Faison, Sandra . . .
Famous, DeLois , . .
Farmer, Chester . . .
Farris, Jacqueline . .
Faucett, Bill .....
Feimster, Mark ....
Feimster, Nancy , . .
Feimster, Tom . . .
Feinberg, Myra ....
Fernald, Lane .,...,..
FERNALD, CONNIE , .
Fields, Sandra .......
Figures, Mike .,.,.
Fincher, Richard . . .
Fincher, Ronnie . . .
Finley, Doris ......
Finley, John Mark . . .
Finley, Melissa . , .
Fish, Benita . . .
Fisher, Flint . . .
Fisher, Kevin . .
Floyd, Sharon . . . .
Forbes, Beth . . .
Ford, Beverly . .
Ford, Billy Joe . . .
Ford, Bobby . . .
Ford, Grady . ,
Ford, James . .
Ford, John . , .
Ford, Joyce . , .
Ford, Laura . , .
Ford, Linda . , .
Ford, Ricky . . .
Ford, Wayne . . .
Ford, Willie. ..
Fore, Regina . . .
Foster, Carol . . .
Fowler, Joan . . .
Fox, Katie .......
FOXX, JAMES . .
Franklin, Oran . . .
Franks, Edward , . .
Frazier, Horace ..,....
Frazier, Olivia . , . ,...., .
FRAZIER, SAVANNAH . . .
Frederick, Walter , ......
Freeman, Charles .....
French, Mary Lou ....
French, Peggy ..,.
Frisby, Carol . , .
Frisby, Teresa .....,.....
Fulco, Rodger .....,......,
FUNDERHURG, DEBORAH . , .
Funderburg, Genell .........
Gafford, Jeffery . . .
. . .42,110,137,193
. . , 21,67,69,170
. . .120,147,207,208
. , . 13,85,92,193
. . . 74,75,207
. . . 79,231,207
.. . 45,90
. ..,..... 69,207
. .......,........ 207
. . . 84,92,102,207
. . . . . . , .203
. . . .194
. . . .194
. . . .171
. . . .208
. . . .208
... . .194
. .,.... 194
. , 79,194,195
. . . . . . . .171
. .. 77,751,194
. . , . . . . .243
. . . 51,53,194
. . . 78,208
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Gage, Larry ....
mill, Susan . .
Garner, James ....
Garrett, Annette . . .
Garrett, Debbie .,.,
Galhright, Cheryl . .
GEIGER, LINDA . .
George, Betty . . , .
George, Carolyn , .
George, Gary . . .
George. Jessie ,.,.
George, Kenneth , . .
George, Linda ..,.
George, Rita . . .
Gibson, Cathy . .
Gibson, Kathy . .
Gibson, Gary . , . ..
Gilbreath, Paul . . .
Giles, Kathy . , .
Margaret , .
Glenn, Mark . . .
Glenn, Mickey . . ,
Glover, Donald . . ,
Glover, Jackie . .
Goble, James . . .
Godwin, Elbert . . .
Godwin, Jack ...,
Golden, Charles ,.,.,
GOLINE, JOHN . , . ,
Goodwin, Becky . .
Goodwin, John ...,.,.,....
Goodwin, Sherry , . . il8,40,56,58,66,67,68,72,74,75,166,172
LSBY, JAMES ...,. . , .
Gordon, Patricia . .
Gordon, Theresia . . , .
Graham, Cathy ...,.
GRAHAM, MORRIS .
Grandon, Adrienne . .
Grandon, Terry ....,
Graves, Gail .....
Graves, Penny . , .
Graves, Tom ..,.
Gray, Geneva, ....
Gray, Margie ....
Gray. Sheryl ....
Green, Carl ......,.
GREEN, LILLIE ..,.
Green, Teresa ..,.
Greer, Cheryl , . .
Greer, Issac ,....
Griffin, Joyce . . .
Griffin, Thomas . .
Griffin, Tina .....
Griflith, Michael ....
Griffith, Tobey . , .
Grigson, Jerry . . .
Grigson, John . . .
Grisby, Howard , . .
Guengerich, Galen . . ,
Gulley, Donna ..,.
on, Don . , . .
Hachey, Brian . . .
Hachey, Judy ....
Haefner, Greg ............ , , ...... ,...... ,
Don ..... 11,21,22,55,63,65,123,131,149,161,162,172
Mary B-ew ...,
Al . ,....,
Charlsie . . .
David . . .
Erma . . .
Hall, Linda ..,
Hall, Lynn ,..
Hall, Richard .. .
Hall, Terry .....
Hammock, Pat . . .
Hammond, Gary . . .
Hammond, Freddie . .
Hammond, Joel ....
Hampton, Henry . . .
Hampton, .lackie . . .
Hampton, Kenny . .
HANEY, MARY . . .
Hankins, Lila ....
Hanson, Carolyn . . .
Hanson, Richard . . .
Harbour, Bill ....
Harbour, Jim , . , .
Harbour. Marlia . . .
Harbuck, Craig ..,..
Harbuck, George .,..
HARDAMON, CLYDE . . .
Joni ....,. , .
Hargett, Donny ....
HARRELL, J. B. . .
Harrell, Pete ..,.,
Harris, Barbara , . .
Harris, David . .
Harris, Kenny ..,.
Harris, Linda . .
Harrison, Darlene . ,
. . 53,69,70,71,194
. . . . . . . .194
. . . .194
, . . .194
. . . .208
, . . .203
. , . . . . . .203
, . . . . . . .208
, ...... ,194
, ....... 172
. . . . . . . .194
. . . . .20-4,208
. ....... 194
. , .95,l20,147,204,205,208
1 f 52,21
. ....... 208
. . .41,46,72,74,75,194
.. ...... 208
. .... 194
. . . 94,97,98,99,102,103.104,105,194
. . . 45,80
. . . 40,69,172
. . . .208
M - -208 27l!index
. , . .194
Jones, Dellen .........
Haskett, Lynn Ellen . . .
Haskett, Steven . . . . .
Hau hton Charles .. .
Hawkins, Debra . . .
Hawkins, Melissa . ,
Hawkins, Ricky ' - -
Hawthorne, Larry - A
Hayes, Jeannie . . .
Hayes, Shady . .
Haynie, Billie . .
Haynie, Donna , . .
Haynie, Wes . . .
Hayes, Robert .......
Head, Patricia ........
Hearnsburger, Tommy ....
Helms, Margaret ......
Helms, Sheri ........,...
HENDERSON, JAMES . ,.
Hendricks, Cmdi .......,.,....
Hendricks, Clay ....,.......,.
. . . . . 74,751,195
. . . . 11,67,69,71,172
. . . . .209
... . . . .. 38,41,109,195
. . .85,l02,104,204,209
, ...... ,... . . .209
Hendricks, Elizabeth ...... 18,25,26,27,34,63,64,65,67,69,
Hendricks, Russ ............... , ......... 85,209
Hendrix, Thomas . . .
Henley, Donald .....,
HENLEY, PAUL G. . .
HENLEY, R. V. . . .
Henry, Charlotte . . .
Henry, Jerry .,...
Henry, John . . .
Henry, Kenny . .
Henry, Linda . . . .
Hickman, Becki . .
HICKS, JULIA . . .
Hicks, Lisa ..,...
Hicks, Marilyn . , .
Hicks, Mike ...,.
Higgins, John .....
Higgins, Raymond .
Hildreath, Charles .
Hildreth, Leonard . .
Hill, Cassie ..,...
Hill, David ....
Hill, Herman . .
Hill, Pinkie ....
Hines, Janell .....
Hinton, Barbara , , .
Hogan, Alison ....
Holan, Micheal . . .
Holden, Eric , . .
Holder, Lisa ......
Holder, Michelle . . .
Hollins, Barbara . . .
HOLLY, HELEN ,.
Holly, Johnny ...,
Holmes, Rickey . . .
Holmes, Robert . . .
Holt, Bill .......
Honeycutt, Doris , . ,
Hopkins, Kim ..,.
Horn, Susan .....
HORTON, DON . , .
Hottie, Richard , .,...
Houldridge, Steve . .
Howard, Darlene , . .
Henry, Michael ,.....
gton, Suzanne . . .
. . . . 34,38,67,69,195
. ..,...... 209
Howard, Flordia . . ,
Howard, Glenn ......
HOWARD, IRENE , . .
Howell, Jeff .... , .
Hudson, David . . .
Hudson, David .....
Hudson, Donna Sue
Hudson, Mike ....
Hudson, Pat .... , . . .
Hudson, Tammy .....
Huffman, Morgan . .3,30,69,70,71,l13,132,142,147,148,174
HUGHES, JAMES R .....,......,... 146,220,221,282
Humble, Don .......
Hurley, Alice , ...,.. .
Hurley, Susan . . .
Huth. Steven . . .
Island, Rickey , . .
Ivey, Gerald . .
Jackson, Brenda . ,
Jackson, Chiquita . . .
Jackson, Curtis . . .
Jackson, Cynthia ....,
Jackson, Geraldine . . ,
Jackson, Horace .,..
Jackson, James . . .
Jackson, Linda .....
Jackson, Majorie ....
Jackson, Richard ....
Jackson, Victor . . ,
Jackson, Willie . . .
Jackson, Willie . . .
Jamerson, Horace . . .
Jamerson, Ronald . . .
James, Dennis . . .
James, Greg . .
James, Phyllis . . .
Jaems, Teresa , . .
James, Vincent . , .
Jenkins, Becky . . .
Jennings, Janet . . .
Jennings, Kay . . .
Jenson, Carolyn . . ,
Jenson, Donald . . ,
Jester, Dennis . . .
Jeter, Mark . , .
Johns, Sharon ....
Johnson, JoAnn . . .
Johnson, John ......
Johnson, Kenneth . . .
Johnson, Mary . . .
Johnson, Randy . . .
Johnson, Randy . . .
Johnson, Robert . .
Johnson, Rosie . .
Johnson, Russell ,,.,
Johnson, Wallace . . .
Johnson, Waymon . . .
Joiner, Terry .....
. . .,..... . ...,......... 209
. . . , 32,33,70,137,190,191,195,196
. . . 34,195,196
. , . 21,42,147,175
Jones, Alfred ......,....
JONES, BILLIE JEAN . . .
Jones, Bobby ..........
Jones, Bubba .......
JONES, CHARLES . .
Jones, Charles ......
Jones, Cindy ......
Jones, Connie . . .
Jones, Diane . . .
Edward .............................. 210
Gerry .... 31,38,41,45,46,68,72,109,144,146, 192,196
Jones, Judy ..................... 41,66,67,72,73,196
Jones, Marilyn ,,...,....., . .,........... 53,175
Jones, Patsy , , .
Jones, Ralph ....
Jones, Robert . . .
Jones, Robin . . .
Jones, Sheila , . .
Jones, Steve . . .
Jones, Terry , , .
Jones, Tony ....
Jordan, Dennis . . .
Jordon, Mary . . .
Jordon, Valerie . . .
Joyner, David ....
Joyner, Jonathan ,.,.
Kassoa, David . . .
Keene, James . ,
Kelly, Dean . . , .
Kelly, Karl ....
Kelly, Terry , , .
Kendrix, Wayne . . .
Key, Cathy ...... . . . .
Kidd, Gordon ...... . , .
KIGER, GERALD . . . .
Kinard, Karne . .
King, Daniel . . .
King, Donnied . .
King, Jimmy ....
King, Marilyn . . .
King, Stephen ....
Klippert, Larry , . .
ert, Todd , . , .
ert, Tommy , . .
Knight, Jack .......
Knight, Tommey ....
Knott, Kathy .....
Koesy, Clark ......
KOESY, LILLIAN . .
Kopp, Steve ......
Kornegay, Chris . .
.. ............. 196
. . . 71,175
. . . 70,196
. . . 78,196
. . . 79,210
Denny .... ....
, 22,26,38,41,45, 109,196
. . . . . 31,38,45,46,l96
... 1, 31,79,210
, ....... 210
. . .158,175
. . . . .175
. ............. 203
. . . 69,196
As you can 'see, the excitement of graduation really got to some seniors.
..r..,.. L ik -r
Moore, Janice . . .
Moore, Johnny , , .
Moore, Lillie Ruth .
Moore, Marshall , .
Moore, Nilon , . . .
Moore, Phillip 4.,.
Moore Rosemary . ,
Moore, Ruby .....
. Terry . . , .
, Tyrone . . ,
. ., ...... ..,.... 2 11
Olivia Frazier and Beth Ann McCroskey swing to the beat.
LY . . . . . 238,239
Landers, Dexter ....... ..... 2 10
LANDERS, MIKE , . .
Lane, Dandy .......
Laney, Martia ....,,... .... 2 1,34,51,125,176,245
Langley, Renee ......... ........ 2 2,38,46,196
LANGSTON, CAROLYN . . . ....... .244
Larance, Jerry .......... .... 7 8,210
Lark, Vicky ........... ..... 1 76
Lark, Victor ....... . . . ,210
Lauderdale, Jimmy . . . . . . .210
Lauderdale, Renee . . .
Lawrence, Barry . .
Lawrence, Vicki . . .
, . . 34,67,69,125,196
Leamons, Denise .... ...... 2 1,311,176
Lee, Angie ...,...
Lee, Connie .....
Lee, Debbie . . .
Lee, Donald , .
Lee, Pam ....
Lehigh, Janie . . .
Lehigh, Jeff. . .
Lemons, Rose . . .
Lester, Ronnie , . . .
. . . .138,173,176
. , . 26,41,79,196
Leverett, John .................,....... 68,811,196
. . . 10,21,42,46,53,120,122,123,132,176
Lewis, Cynthia .......,..............,... 74,196
Lewis, Jean ....,.
Lewis, Jo Lynn . , .
Lewis, Mike . , . ,
Lewis, Ronnie . . .
Lines, Bobby ....
Lipsey, Patricia . , .
. . , . . . .18,22,26,34,41,70,125,196
. , . , 1S,34,40,45,58,176,239
. ...........,.. 210
. . . 31,84,93,102,210
Lockhart, Regina , ..................,........ 211
Long, Kathy . . . .2
Loventhal, Robert .................... , . ..... 176
Lovett, Barbara .............. .............. 1 76
Lovett, Irisha ....
Lovette, Frank . . ,
Lowe, Frankie .... ..,. 2 03
Lowery, Flossie ..... ............. 2 15
Lowery, Gwendolyn . . . ............,., .211
Ludwig, Warren .,.. . . 22,65,85,144,196,20O
Lusk, Mici ...,..
LUSK, JOAN . . .
Lyons, David .,..
Lyons, Russell . . .
Macke, Brian . , .
Macke, Bruce . , .
Maddox, Dennis . .
Maddox, Shirley . .
Main, Marsha . ,.
Main, Peggy . .
Maine, Betty ....
Maker, Casper , .
Malone, Lucille . . .
Malone, Melvin . . .
Malone, Wayne ............
. . , 23,79,211
. . . . 79,211
, ........, 196
Manasco. Bambi . .
Manning, Felton . .
Maples, Robert , . .
Marcum, Linda . , .
Mardis, Gloria . . ,
Marks, Gail . , .
Martin, Danny . ,
Martin, Farris .....
Martin, Teresa ....
Massey, Jimmy ,...
Massey, Steve .....
Massey, Wright . . ,
Matney, Suzanne . .
Mathochik, Kelly . .
Matthew, Delores .
Mattocks, James . . .
Mattox, Shirley . . .
MAY, BETTY . , .
MAY, WINKIE . . .
Mayhan, Cindy . ..
Meador, Freddie . , .
Meadows, Ricky . . .
. ,. 56,70,197
. . . . . .223
. . . 85,96,236
... . .197
. . . . 6,235,237,231
. , . . 51,66,72,176
Meadows, Rusty . . . 20,38,40,58,84,92,118,133,140,159,177
Meekins, Reynolds .
Meeks, Floyd . , . .
Meeks, Jimmy . .
Meeks, Joyce ....
Meeks, Ricky . . ,
Meeks, Robbie . .
Meggs, Kenny , . ,
Messer. Nada , . .
Miles, Donna . . .
'Miles, Mark . .
Miller, Debra . , .
Miller, Diana . ..
Miller, Eddie . ..
Miller, Jackie . . .
Miller, Janice . . .
Miller, Jesse , .
Miller, Mike ....
Miller, Ricky .,..
Miller, Tyrone . . .
Miller, Wade ....
Miller, Wendell . . ,
Millican, Gary .,...
Milner, Danny ..,.
Mitchell, Karen , . . ,
Mitchell, Kenneth . ,
Mitchell, Melanie . .
Modica, Edward . .
Monk, Deborah . , .
Monk, Roy .......
Mon, Sandra ......
Moody, Mary Louise
Moore, Berry Lee , .
Moore, Carl ......
Moore, Carlton , . ,
Moore, Clay ...,
Moore, David . . .
Moore, James ....
.,.. . , . .197
. . , . 30,963,177
. . . . 23,67,69,211
. , . 31,69,109,197
. ......,. 177
, . ,211
. ..., 198
. , . , . .215
, .... 211
. .,.,................ 178
. . . 85,93,137,147,190,198,279
. ...... ....... , ...178
Moorehead, Alton . .
Moorehead, Sheila . .
Morgan, David . . .
Morgan, Jerry . . .
Morgan. Ray .....
Morgan. Wendy . .
Morris, James . . .
Morris, Willie .....
Jamie . . . .
Mosley. David .....
Mosley, Marty ...,
Mosley, Melissa . .
Moss, Marty ....
Moss, Sonny ....
Moudy, Pam ..,.,
Mullikin, Walter ...
Munlord, Hal ,..,
Murph, Jerry ....
Murphree, Shelby . .
. .... 11,178
, ..... 74,190,198
. . . 42,70,147.178,280
. ..,.,...,,. 85,198
. . , s6,69,72,8:s,109,17a
. ....,..,...,.. 211
. . . . I02,103,104,105,211
. . . . 38,74,75,198
. .,.........,....... 38,141,198
Tim ... 21,24,63,65,115,133,14l,149,162,179,186
Murphy, Babs ,...
Murphy, Gary . . .
Murphy. Greg . . .
Murphy, Kenny . , .
Murphy, Madison . .
Murphy, Nadine , .
Murphy, Sharon . . ,
Murphy, Pat ...,.,
Murry, Teena .........................,.,., 179
Murry, Tony . . .
McAlister, Mike ...........,. . . .177,185
McCLATCHY, MARTHA . . .
McClellan, Jesse . . .
Mcfleskey. Buddy .
McCleskey, Steve . .
McCormick, Kathy .
Mcforvey, Mike . . .
Mctfroskey, Beth Ann , . .
McCullar, Anita . . .
McCurry, Kay ....
McDade, Ricky , . .
McDaniel, Kris ...
McDaniel, Ronnie . .
McDonald, Julie , .
McDonald, Linda . .
McKlroy, Albert . .
McElroy. Ann ...,
Mclilroy, Arthur , .
McElroy, Horace , . .
McElroy, Morris . . ,
McElroy, Vance . , .
Mcilaugh, Lori .,..
McGaugh, Shirley . ,
McHenry, Tom .,..
Mclntyre, Darrell . .
McKinney. Hob . , .
McKinney, Hobby . .
McKinney. Kelly , , .
McKinnon, Micky . .
McKinnon, Ricky . .
Mc-Knight, Chris . , .
McKnight. Jeanne . .
McKnight, Joe ...,
Mcl,arty. Mike ...
McLeroy, Lavelle . .
McMaban, Cindy . .
McManhan, Nancy .
McManus. Denise . .
McNatt, Larry . . .
Mc-Neely, Matt ....
Mt'Neely, Vanessa . .
Mt-NEIL, JANET . .
McVay. David ....,
McVickers, Lonnie .
Nale, Vicki .......
Napoleon. Denise . . .
Narainore, Bubba . . .
Naramore, Ellen . . .
Nation, Dale . , . .
Nation, Robin ,....
Nelson. Ginger ...... .
, . . .,...... .,.. 2 2,27,28,34,41,198
. .,... 85,198
. . . . 22,34,74,198
. ......,.....,..... 84,913,211
.. .. 20,21,:x4,40,1x2,140,144,14s,1a6
34,67,72, 125,166, 177
, ....,... ,..23,21l
. . . 92.96,102,l05,177
. ,....,. ..... 1 99
. . . . . .215
... .. 74,75,21s
. . , .45,68,70,71,78,199
. .... 212
Nelson. Helen Marie ,. . ...,....... . . .179
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ot' the senior class.
Rhoda , .
Danny . .
Rill . . .
Larry . ,
1. Ilil , . .
1. Roger ,
Niederer. Farol .
Nix. N ivian ....
Nixon. Sharon . .
Ugdcn, t'arol . .
Ogden, Nancy .
Oliver. David .
Oliver. David .
Oliver. Frank ,
. . . , 68,70,72,212
. . ,107.120,204,212
. . . , 40.58147
1 . 1 21,34,11H,40,58,74,75,113,120,1I1f1,139,
N. BETTY .1
, ..,........ 199
. .. 12,ti2.64,119,
Orr, Don ....,.......
Osborn. Cheryl ...,....
OY1'IRS'llR1'IE'l'. SARAH . .
Ovt-rstrcct. Cynthia .....
Owens. Marian .,..,..
. . . , 40,
. . . 411,511,179
. . . , . . .199
Page. Brenda . ,
Paige, Latunia ....,...
Palmer, Lili .....,.... . .
Pa n nell
. Farolyn ..,...
Parker. Danny , .....
Parker. Denny ........
Parker. King David ....
Parker, Larry .,...
Parker, Linda . .
Parker, Sherry . . .
Parker. Vanissa . .
Parker. Velma . . .
Parker, William? ....
Parks, Barry , , ,...
Parks, Don ' , ..,..... .
PARNELL, HELEN . . .
Kim , ..,.,.
Parsons, Beth . . . .
mn, Bruce ,.....
in. Bruce K ....
Paulus, Jenny ......,.
Payne, Michael ...,.,,
Payne, Zondra ....
Peak. Gary ..,..,
Penister, Shumpart ..,,
Pennington, Jeff ......
Pennington, Lane . . .
Pennington, Mark . . .
Pepper, Anita .....
Pepper. Cathy . .
Perdue. Linda 1 .
Perdue, Mike ....
Perry, 'Thomas , , , . .
'I', JAMES . ,
Phillips, Kris .....
Phillips. Marsha . , .
Phillips. Suzanne . .
Phillips, Tom ...,
Pierce. Danny . .
Pierce, David . .
Pierce, Keitha ...,
Thomas . .
Pierre, Dennis . ,
Pipes. Dale . . .
Piserelle, Sue 1 ,
Pittman. David . .
Plummer. Alison . . ,
Pockrus, Deborah . .
Ponder, Johnny . ,
Ponder, Marilyn , . .
Poole. f'atl1y ....
Pope, Pat ..,.,...
Porchia, Carolyn . . ,
Porchia, Naomi . ,
Porchia, Ronnie ,...
Porter. Debra . . 1
Porter, Donna . . .
Porter, Gene . . .
Porter, Paul . . .
Porter. Susan , . .
POST. DEE ,.....
Post. Kenneth Ray , .
POST, NELSON , .
Post, Stanley ....
Post. Teresa . , ,
Powell. Joyce . .
Powell. Reese . .
Prewett, Phillip . .
Prewett, Vicky , .
Price. C'arol .,..
Primm, Lonnie . .
Primm, Rozetta ....
Primm, Sheila . ,.
Prothro. Albert . .
Prothro. Teresa . . .
Puckett, Lynda .,..
Pugh. Flay ,... . .
Pugh. Kenny .......
Pumphrey. Sherlean , .
, ,..... 199
. 108, 109,173, 179,279
1 ..,,.,,,,,, 244
. .,.. 203
.. 1, . 23.212
. . 34,199
, ,...... ,,.199
. . . 77,80,180
Qualls, Chris , , , , ,21,40,8:3,65,70,72,74,s0,127,147,180,283
Quimby, Michelle .....,.,....,..,..,........ 190
Ragan, Bobby ..,.. .... 2 12
Rainwater, Phillip , , .
Rainwater, Scotty , . .
Ramey, Linda ...,.
Ramsey. Rodger . . .
Randolph, Ralph . . 1
Rapp. Marie ....
Rapp, Vicky . . ,
Ray, David . .
Ray, Keith . .
Ray, Mary . . .
Raynes, Lynn . , ,
Rcddin, Mike ...
Reed, Gary .,,,.
REED, -IIMMY , 1 .
Reed. John ,..,,..,
Reed, Lorenzo ,,,. , . .
Reed, Mark Anthony . ,
REED, MARY ..,...
Reed, Sandra ,...,.
Reed. Sheila . . .
Reed, Whit , .
Reed, O ......
Reedy, Angela . . .
Reid, Stephen . ,
Rester, Ethel ....
Rester, Lynette . . .
Reuben. Liz ....,
Reynolds, Debbie ..,.
Reynolds, Linda Diane
Reynolds, Louis ...,..
Reynolds, Nina ,...
Reynolds, Willie , , .
Richard, Martha ...
Richardson. Cathy . . .
Richey, Jimmy , , , .
Richmond, Alice . , ,
Richmond, -loe ....
Riggins, Jacqueline . .
RILEY, JAMES , . ,
Riley, Sue ..,,,,
Risinger, Steve . .
Ritger, Drew , 1 .
Rua, Azalia ,,..,
Robbins, Karen ..,,
Roberson, Alan ....
Roberson, Alverna .,..
Roberson, Kerna ....,
Robertson, ,lean Ann . ,
Robertson, Mike .....
Robertson, Norris . , ,
Robertson, Steve , . ,
Robertson, Tommy . .
Robinson, Carol ....
Robinson. Dennis ....
Robinson, Donna , ,...
Robinson, Jan ,.,. , . .
Robinson, Jim .,,..,.
Robinson, Lewis . . .
Robinson, Norris . . ,
Robinson, Robert . , .
Rodgers, David . .
Rogers, Carolyn ,...
Rogers. f'lit'1' ....
Rogers, Debra . . ,
Rogers, Fetonia . .
Rogers, Jeff ,.,. ,
Rogers, Marilyn ,,..
Rogers, Rose . . .
Rogers, Steve . .
Rogers, Teri , , , .
Rogers, Truman . , .
Roland. Herman .....
Romine, Sid ,..,., , .
Rosegrant, Kenny ....
Rosegrant, Pete , , . , . ,
Rosenaur, Warren ..,.
ROSS, BOBBY ..,.
Ross, Debbie ....
ROSS, JEAN .,.
Ross, Kim , .......
ROSS, LESTER . . .
Ross, Valeria ...,
Rucks, Charles . .
Ru1'1'in, Anthony , . .
Rumsey, Richard . . .
Rush, Pamela ...,. ,
Rushing, Randy ,.,. .
Russell, Greg . . .
Samra, Debbie . .
Sams. Diane ...,
Sandefur, Bobby , , .
Sanders, Betty , .
Sandifer. Debbie , . .
SANTOLI, EDITH 1,
Sarres, Mary ......
Sarres, Penny .,.,..
SAULSBURY. STU . .
Savannah, Don ....,
Savannah, Gerald . . .
Savannah, Gerome . ,
Savannah, Greg .,,.
Sayer, Robert ..,,,.,
Sayers, Kay ,..,...,
Schonert, Carole ,....
Schubert, Carol ...,..
. , . 52,74,75,215
, , . ....,,,.,. 212
. , . . ..,.,,....., . .181
... .... 1,33,51,143,l47,18l
, , . ..,.,.... 142,181,282
. , . 21,38,42,67,69,147,181
, ,.,...... ,212
, .,,,....,. 212
. . 19,26,33,71,72,120,190,200,233
. ..,.,.,,.,.,,......., 212
, .,,.,,. 200
. , . , 20,45,85,92
, . . , . , . ,213
. . 70,200
. . . .215
. . . ,213
. . . . 70,182
. . . 147,195,200
. . , 39,53,147,20O
. . 55,58,58,147,182
, ,..,...... 240
. .,... 7,42,182
. . . 224,225
. . . , . . . .182
, . , 85,915,238
. , . . , . ,200
, ,..... 213
. . . .1-45,200
. . .18,31,38,43,ee,s8,70,72,7s,137,
, , . 23,84,204,205,213
, . . . . .182
. . , . . .213
,. .,., 213
, ..... 182
.. . . . .213
Schubert, Paul . .
Schultz, James , .
Schultz, Travis . .
. . . 38,40,45,46,145,147,154
Scott, Cynthia ...... ...................... 2 13
Scott, Darnesia .........
Scott, Jessie ....... .,.,.......,.,,. 7 0,203
Scott, Sandra . . .
Seagraves, John . . .
Sehon, Sheree , . ,
Self, Lucy , ..,. ,
Seller, Robert , . .
Sengel, Nicky , . . . .
Sewell, Bill .......
SEWELL, DIAMOND . , .
Sewell, Mike ....,. . . .
, ..... 200
Sewell, Tim ....... ....... 1 0,55,166,183,280
Sewell, Wayne , . . . .
Shackleford, Carol .....,... 1,21,40,48,49,5O,68,162,183
Shackleford, Martha ...,.
SHACKELFORD, PHILLIP .........,...,..... 221
Shelton, Mike ..,.,.....
Sheppard, Cedric . .
Sheppard, Ricky . . .
Sheppard, Steve . . .
Sheppard, Vance . , .
Shirey, Cecilia . . .
Shofner, Mark . . .
Shook, Aaron . .
Short, Robin . , .
Shoup, Dora .,.,
Shultz, Ricky . . .
Shutes, James . . .
Shutes, Jamie . . .
Shyrock, Bert . . .
Silliman, Greg .,.,.
Simpson, David , . . .
Sinclair, Grant ....
Sinclair, Janet ..,.,.,.
Sipes, Mike ..,....
Skinner, Charles . . .
Slaber, Donna , ....
Sligh, Bruce ....,.
Smith, Beverly , .
Smith, Biff ,.,.
Smith, Bill . .
Smith, Brian . . .
, ......,.. 203
. .,... 200
Snell, Rick ..,...
Snowden, Beverly .
Snowden, Richard .
Sorrells, Gail . . . , .
Spawr, Allison ....
Spawr, Frank . .
Spencer, Dixie .,,.
Spencer, John ....
Spencer, Judy . , . .
Spivery, John . ,
Srader, Darrell . . .
Stanley, Kenneth .
Staple, Sharon . . .
STARKS, BILL , .
Starnes, Perry ....
Stegall, John .....
Stephens, Bobby . .
Stevens, Jessie , . .
Stinson, Joanie . . .
Stocks, Chris . . .
Stone, Tim .,..,.
Stover, Debbie . . .
Strickland, Wayne .
Strother, Sandra . .
Stubbs, Shelia ....
Sturgis, Sheila , . ,
Suell, Benny ....,
Sutherlin, Mark . .
Swift, Janice . . . , .
Swilley, Cheryl . , .
Swilley, Mark . . .
Talley, Jolene . . .
Talley, Louise . , .
Tally, Debbie . .
Tally, Susan . . .
Tanner, Scott . . .
Tarver, Jon ,...
Tatum, Floris , . .
Tatum, Francis . .
Taunton, Janis . .
TAWEEL, F. H. . .
Taylor, Addie , . .
Taylor, Gerald ..,.
TAYLOR, INEZ , .
Taylor, Jerry ,...
Taylor, Judy ,...
Taylor, Maggie . .
Taylor, Phyllis , .
Taylor, Ruby ,.,.
Teague, Sheila . . .
Smith, Buddy .... ............ 2 13
Smith, Charissa . . . . . 23,74,75,205,213
Smith Debbie ..... ,...... ..... 1 83
Smith, Deborah ..., ,..,..--- A 213
Smith, Donald . . . .---- .133
Smith, Donna ....., .4.. 1 09,213
SMITH, HAROLD . . ..'-'- 219
Smith, Gary ..,.,. ,---.A 2 01
Smith, Greg ..... ..4-.-. 2 01
Smith John .,... . . , 11,160,213
Smith John T. . . . ....- - ,213
Smith Karen .. .-4--- 213
Smith, Linda . . ---- 203
Smith, Louise . . . - - - -133
Smith, Mark . . ,... - . 1 79,213
Smith, Martha ..... -.-. 2 14
Smith, Mike ...... . - . 50,143
Smith, Mike , . , . ............ .214
SMITH, NILE . . 37 243
Smith, Paula . , .
Smith, Rand .,.,
Smith, Susan . . .
. f f '2af3l1,ro,1aa,204:214
. . 11,46,160,201
Templeton, Randy .
Templeton, Guy . .
Tesic, Mirjana ...,
Thigpen, Sharon . .
Thomas, Jane ....
Thomas, Melissa . .
Thomas, Polly ....
Thomason, Carl . .
Thompson, Frank ,
THOMPSON, F, V.
Thompson, Janell .
Thompson, John . .
Thompson, Linda .
Thompson, Lisa . .
Thompson, Sheila .
Thompson, Sheila .
Thompson, Steve .
Thompson, Velena .
Thrower, Gwen . . .
Thrower, Tressie . .
Thurman, Charles .
Tillman, Virginia .
Lee Arhcer, are you really the devil that your
psychotic secretary says you are?
Tillstrom, Eric . .
Tipton, Pam . . ,
Todd, Mike . , .,
Toland, Penny . .
Tolbert, Debra . . .
TOMMEY, W, D. .
Tommey, Phillip . .
Tomlinson, Mitch .
Toney, John .....
Traylor, C. J. . , . .
Trimble, J. D. . . .
Trinca, Lauri . . .
Tubbs, Annie , . ,
Tubbs, Larry . . .
Tull, Dennis . , . .
TULLIS, DORIS , .
Tuberville, Alva , .
Tuberville, Janet . .
Turner, Gene . . .
Turner, James . . .
Turner, Patty . . .
Turner, Sharon . ,
Turner, Todd , .
Tygart, David . . ,
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Underhill, James . . .
Vance, Donna ......
VANHOOK, DINAH .
VanNess, Lewis ..,.,
Vernon, Marsha Gayle
Verrett, Andy . .
Vick, Clifton . . ,
Vickers, Terry ....
Vines, Robin . . .
Vinson, Mark . .
Voorhies, Ray . .
Wade, Doris .....
Waggoner, Dixie . . .
Walden, Tobey , . . .
Waldrup, Beth . . . .
Walker, Becky .,..
Walker, David ....
Wlker, Lynn ....,
Walker, Maidra ..,.
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Waller, Charles ...,
Waller, Kenneth . . .
Ward Julia .
Ware, Ann .
Ware, Kim .
Ware, Steve . . .
Wamock, Jim ,....
Warnock, Martha . .
Warren, Carren , .
Warren, Pat ....
Warren, Patricia . . ,
Warren, Susan .....
Washington, Sharon .
Waterson, Debra ....
Watkins, Genifer . . .
Watkins, Louis . ,
Watley, Curtis . . .
Watley, Rejeana . . .
Watley, Wanda . .
Watson, Hugh . . .
Watt, Rusty . . .
Watts, Bill ..,..
Watts, Jonathan . . .
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YYl'1A'1'Hl'iRFURlJ, SADIE . , . ..,., 241 Williams, Cecelia , , , , , , 70,202
Weaver, Findy ....,.....,.,........,.... 69,202 Williams, Chad ...- ,..., 2 03
Weaver, Glenda . ,.... , ...,...,..,.,.. 56,79,202 Williams, Donnie . , . . . .215
weaver, Mark 4 .. . . 10,21,69,123,141,142,185.l85 VViHiHmS. Ilfvrmhy - - - . - .203
1Yeir, Bohhie ,... ...,,,.. 2 6,45,46,70,195,202 Williams, Dorris ......- ,....... 2 15
Welch, Margo .... . ..,,.. 40,45,58,186 Williams, Earnestine ..... ,,4,4,,,, 1 87
VVells, Kenneth , . . ..,...,., 70,202 WILLAIMS, GEORGIA , . . , , 216,230,231
Wells, Stephanie .,.. . . . 34,125,186 Williams, Gladys ...,... .....,.. 1 87
Wl'IS'l', H. G. ,... ....., 2 19 YVilliams, Gloria ... ..,. ,. . .215
1Yl'lS'I', DAVID . . , . ,..,. 214 Williams, Gregg . . . ..... , . . .203
We-sl, Mzirk ,..... ..... 7 0,186 Williams, Guy , ...,. . . . 78,203,281
Wcsthrook, Vurtis . , . ,......,. 202 WILLIAMS, JOAN . . . .,... 51,243
Wharton, Richard . . . .,.. 41,74,75,202 WILLIAMS, JOE . . . . , 215,231
1Vhatley. llrenfla ...---- ,........ 2 14 VVilliams. Kelly ..,.. ..... 2 03
WHA'l'l.l'lY. 1'I.AlRl'1 . , . ...,.... 240 Williams, Kenneth . . . . .203
While. Uurolyn ,,,... ,...,... 186 Williams, Marilynn ... , . .215
While, Dale ... .. . 80,147,202 Williams, Mike ......,. . , . . .187
White. Ivory . . ,4,,.... 202 Williams, Miles .,....... ...... 1 87
White, Ivory . . ...,., 202 WILLIAMS, MURRAY . , . .,... 220,221
VVhite, Jeff , . . . . . 23,214 Williams, Paula ...... ,. ,.,...,. . ,...,.., 209,215
VYhite Jimmy . ,. ,. , . . 80,202 Willis, -left' .... ....,.,.,.,...., 2 1,65,109,197
While. Kfifill 4 '--- f4--'-'-4 2 15 Willis, Lynne , . . , . , .7,24,25,34,40,58,140,148,187,234
Wl'l1'1'l'f. LINDA - 4 . . . 17,220-221 Willis, Todd .,..... ............ , , . 85,93,102,2l5
White, liinda ..,. ...,,...... 2 15 Willoughby, Donny . . . .,.,...,. ,.,.,... . 203
VVhite, Nile ......... .,....,,... 7 1,215 Wilson, Elvis .... ,. . ..,..... 215
White, Sam ,...,.,.... ,,,, 4 1,45,46,144,202 Wilson, Jerry ,... , . . , 52,723,215
YV1I,Hl'I1i'I', Al.Bl'1Ii'I' . , . ,..,..,...,. 284 Wilson, Mike . , . , .... .187
Wilhert, Regina ....., ..... 2 1,147,186 Wilson, Vicki . , . ..... 203
Wilbourn, Wanda . . . . . . 52,215 VVinhom, Donna , , , , . . ,187
Wildliur, Cheri . . . .,.,,.,.... 186 Winvhester, ,lay I I I . . . ,203
VYilliur, Terri .... , ..,..,..,., 215 Womack, Mitzi . . . . . ,208
1Yilkins, Vlleryl . . , .... 21,fi7,69,1-411,186 Vtfood, David ,. . . . , . . . .203
Wilkins, Fynthia . . ........ 74,215 Wood, Leah . . . ,... . ..,..... , . . . .187
VVilkins, Darrell ..., , .... 215 WVood, 'I'im , . . , . .... ,,... ..... , . 109,215
Willett, Frank ..... ..,....., 2 03 Woods, Ralph ...,. . . 11,85,102,128,135,147,187
Williams, Harhara . , . ........... 202 WOODS, RONNIE . . .....,.,........,. 219
Williams, Bruce . , . . . .l42,177,186,283 Woods, Shirley . . . . . .203
Woods, Terry . . .
Woolsey, Peni . . .
Woolsey, Robert . . .
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Wright, Linda .....
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Wright, Sue ......
Wright, Tim ....
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Recalling many episodes of
what we deemed "our year",
were glimpses of our treasures
before they melted with age,
but then, as someone once
said, "Our most beautiful pic-
tures hang on memory's
A long Walk We took together,
but so short it seems now in
remembering, for the time we
spent together is too quickly
past. We now see that the
days which made us happy
have also made us wise.
Itls All Over
The 1973-74 school year has
ended and if you have not noticed
by now, so has this book. This year's
WILDCAT has been specially
designed for El Dorado High School
by a staff who have strived to
produce a yearbook that the reader
can enjoy as well as look back on in
the future. At this time I would like
to thank the staff for their efforts.
Liz Hendircks worked in adver-
tising, senior section, and
organizations. She deserves a lot for
her share of work. Cheryl Corn, also
in advertising, set up the most
beautiful tea and did typing for the
book. Responsible for the sports sec-
tion were Don Hale, Tim Murphy
and Wayne Strickland. These guys
really walked the "second" mile in
producing their section. Lark
Elliott, Debi Bauman, and Chris
Qualls did various jobs such as typ-
ing, writing, and indexing. I owe a
tremendous thanks to our
photographers, David Oliver and
Jack Godwin. Thank-you for not
giving up on us and for your tireless
picture taking. Mr. Jim Brewster of
-lim's Studio deserves recognition
for the professional pictures he
provided for our book. Finally, Miss
Mary Kay Ball was our leader and
advisor and peacemaker and come-
dian and just someone we Could not
do without. Thanks again to all of
I would like to ask a favor of
those who look at this book. I have
not told you about what we went
through to put out this book and I
am not complaining of the work so
I ask you to give us the same
courtesy and not complain about
something you don't like. We have
tried to include something for
everybody so just look back through
and find your something. We did
the best we could with what we had.
In closing, the staff wishes all
good luck in the future and may God
bless you in some special way.
Hey! Can you remember the
first day of school Anchor Club
initiation complete with eggs, flour,
oil and exlax the first pep
assembly Key Club initiation and
those questions great senior spirit
having assigned study hall during
lunch modules Junior Miss
Pageant "Juniors, what happen-
ed to your sign" pep assemblies
between modules "Paper Moon"
SENIORS got WILDCAT spirit.
GO! CATS! GO!! journalism
birthday parties and ice cream
cakes Parkview 'fairy' sign hang-
ing high from the stadium lights
'73 annuals finally came in
Cooper's Troopers at Henderson
homecoming Queen Sharon all
the alumni Senior Sign as it rose
and fell parking lot party
parade best game yet Ceven
though we did losej dance at TAC
House 1932 Ballroom Blues
senior stick, floats, mums,
memories Jim Croce "Time in
a Bottle" Watergate scandal
Dickel Dozen Debutons and those
little white flowers secret pals
Campfire Formal. "Messiah" Stu-
dent Council Chili Supper !'Rus-
ty, I am NOT going to buy five
tickets" Christmas parties Let
their be peace on earth this Christ-
mas New Years Juniors at
J.D.'s ice storm, no lights, no
heat, no school mid-term exams
blah!!! Sweetheart Darnesia
"Let Me Be There" chaba-haba
school bus vs. the train at Gurdon
streaking Show and Tell in
Central Park volleyball games
during homeroom Boogie Down
g'The Way We Were" Anchor
Club Style Show The Crucible"
Hearst's kidnapping 'SThe
Sting" Cotillion book fair
no air conditioning at school the
class rings that never came in art
fair Senior Follies Award Show
the party afterwards invitations
beginning to leave banquet
senior prophecy the morning after
the night before school's out
What a mess! senior assembly
trying to out-sign the juniors
Senior prom 'Tm exempt"
long hot practices "didn't know it
was this much trouble to graduate!!
caps and gowns baccalaureate
senior parties commencement
can't believe it growing up
getting to vote all night party
we are now the class of '74, El
Dorado High School alumni...
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