England Academy - Rebel Yearbook (England, AR)

 - Class of 1975

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A yearbook is for the student and therefore, should be about the student as an individual as well as with others. This has been our aim. We vvorked hard inthe hope of achieving this goal. We take pride in presenting to you The Rebel of 1975. 2 Contents page Administration 84 Faculty . . . . . .13 Seniors .......... W . . .19 Favorites . . . . . .35 Organizations . . . . . .57 Underclassmen . . . . .q7l Sports...... 81. Elementary -. . . . . 115 Advertisements . . . . 135 3 . if 'f z ,, , Q ' O Q f sg at . ff., . rs .kgfgyg Y -x A In is ---..:., A Time for Appreciation A V222 as-. ' . .f "ll .j '.i,f,1q'Q3l' ' ,Qngtg wsssxv- we - 4052-' fi f' 'f gs 4, i WH ir ' . ty. 353' ' 1 .fre ,253 ' Wg- 3 , 55... . , ' i?li!rf5'i?:1 L' , .Q A 11 ' . ' i1"2i': . , 1 gun visit Q K ' .-tt if'--V 1 'sri 5,-gg 4 .ft W s ,i .w 1 zz. . : . '1 , 4531.1-9: ' -.f 9' '. .,:' .J .Ye ' e -an-v v il The 1975 Rebel is dedicated to Mrs. Judy Thurman. Mrs. Thurman attended the University of Mississippi. She has a major in English and minors in Speech and Journalism. Mrs. Thurman began teaching at EA in 1972. She has been a Sr. class sponsor the past two years. Mrs. Thurman has worked with us on bake sales, raffles, and basketball tournaments to raise money. Planning and supervising our Graduation is another of her responsibilities. Mrs. Thurman is not only active in our school but also in our community. She is a member of the First Methodist Church of Keo and the England Heritage Club. Her home is always open to us but more im- portantly so is her heart. With all her many activities Mrs. Thurman is never so busy she cannot stop and listen to our problems. Mrs. Thurman we will never be able to ex- press how much you mean to us and how much we appreciate all you have done for us.. Thank you, Mrs. Thurman. Everybody has a life to live And it belongs only to the individual. Our lives, separately, are but a small portion of our time, But put together, they are the whole of it. Our time is for living, singly and collectively. Each moment we live is a new time. 6 A time for fun r i Q 0 -il ill. , A time for surprises A time for worries . . 7 A time for togetherness . . ., A time for jokes The days of our lives are far too few to do all the things which need to be done in our time 8 A Time for Activity From 1970 to 1975 our campus has changed in many ways. Not only has it in- creased in size, but it has also increased in the number of students. The Campus first began with the con- struction ofa new building. Then there came the sounds of motors running and chattering voices. A short while later a football field was added, and a new gym was built. All these things went together to form the campus of England Academy. Yes, this is the year 1975, and our cam- pus is five years old. But remember this, it is still only the beginning. I -,,,,.-n-l""f' V . 1 fglij. Almost any time you pass --f' f" f l by the music building you - ' can hear music of some ' kind. If you listen closely you might hear anything h . s FFOIET "Birthday Party" or I . ' j , 'T e Postman" to Beet- . . ,A V "., c A , ,ag ff.: hoven's "Pathetique" or M, M af, --iii," by fili w i ki s if Bach's "ltalian Concerto". Qty I F i, ' Nlaybe even an occasional "Q Q ' 7 ' A " , T plunge at "Chopsticks" i A , A A 1' M .c - b ' ' 5 when IVIrs. Rogers is not " p ' ' f " listening. Whatever you -- .,g5,,J-' gggzgfap.-,. - - , l wi' hear remember it well. A A 1 ' E' i Who knows? You might be B' 'L,:'1aaf-lfi',f:,gi' ,',A J, ffffi -53 x A listening to one of Amer- 15521 ica's future famous musi- .9 cians. eff ..ii '5+ia-E5?sz5ffiz.s.if.s. .-.. 1 3. 1 9 gy A Time for Learning EA Library Along with EA growth, we have acquired a new li- brary. The number of books in our library have increas- ed so much that we requir- ed new shelves and library equipment to satisfy the growing needs of the stu- dents. The library is such a ne- cessity to the lives of the students that we received a course in uses ofthe li- y brary early this year which will help us immensely in our school years to come. A Time for Athletics There was a time for sports. A time we spent on our football field and in our gym. There were close games, won in the final moments, resound- ing cheers for the home team, in- juries and tears, victories and laughter, but mostly, there were good times we shall never forget. All those games with Jefferson, or Montrose, or Pulaski, or whoever, will fade into the past and only the memories will remain. Very good memories. Yes, there was a time for Sports ,s..r 1,,,,,,, .X- imc: mil I z Er: it ' "'i BUNUS P 'A " PERIOD il E ENELEOREBOARD spousonfu av 0 ND LlClUlD H if Ftmiuztn mc. fQU'pMfN?f?MPA'Y lliliorilnnldarillll FMCO BRAND H.. BUICK Dowmc Gmc , l , in E nn. A E 'ilxe R ,Si i 4 n , , .,,,-.na li "YU: A Time for Decisions i 1 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 13 A Time for Leadershi L to R: Jim Dean, Clint Henderson, Bob CarlLee Otha Frizzell Ronnie Bruton and Carroll Leonard-President The Board of Directors is a group of men who work very hard each year to make the school year a success. They are the ones working behind the scenes of school ac- tivities and programs to make England Academy what it is today. As long as we have men like this behind us we cannot fail. Their leadership andability to work hard are two qualities that enable us to be successful in all we do. We, the 1975 England Academy Rebel Staff, would like to thank each member of the board for the time and consideration they have given England Academy. This year at England Academy has been an interesting and challenging experi- ence. I have come to feel the private school systems have tremendous po- tential. lVluch is required of all per- sons involved--parents, teachers, students, administration, and interested individuals. One of the most pleasant experiences of the year has been the support we have received from these sources. I feel that we have had a good year at the Academy. However, we must never be satisfied with standing still. In order to be worthy of our ex- istence, we must continue to improve. Congratulations to lVlrs. Smith and the Annual Staff on a fine production. lVlr. Robert Davis Headmaster 3 3 Q Z Q i l, i li it . -a Q, l A Time for Guidance As we begin nearing the end of the 1974-75 school year, many changes A will be taking place around England Academy. Soon the hall that was once crowded with students will be empty. No more will the laughter of students be heard as they carry on their daily student life. When the doors of En- gland Academy are closed for the sum- mer, each student will leave the cam- pus of E.A. taking with them many memories. The new faces that were seen on the first day of school will become dear friends to some. The activities that students participated in will someday be told to their children. The conversa- tions and laughter that were shared will become memories that will never be forgotten. Yes, the year of 1974-75 will end with a great success. But the mem- ories will live on. Mr. Ed Weaver, Principal lVlrs. lVlary Henderson,'BSE, Nlrs. Dolores Rogers, lVlrs. Ellen Smith, BSE UAlVl, 7th 81 Sth IVlath, Gen. BSE, SCA, 7th, 8th, SCA, Typewriting I, Of lVlath ll , Algebra l, Geo- 9th, and 10th English fice Practice, Social melfyf T"'90H0mGtYY, and Spanish l and ll. Studies, and Bookkeep- Pre-Ca'cc"cc ing, 5 1 kk 1, u 'K . 3 1 'if - i A iili t Nlr. Ron Tanner, B.S. , lVI.S., U ofA, 7th 8th, 84 9th Science, Biology, Chemistry, General lVlath Physics 1 ff' Qs I " EBI ree 1'--+ ,a Nlrs. Judy Gibbins, B.A., UALR, Librarian Mr. Britz Beavers , Custodian ,, 9 Judy Thurman, Wri B.A., one rvnss,11th 84 12th English, Speech BSE, H.S.C, Head Football Coach, Assistance Basket- ball Coach, Government, Economics S IVIrs. Pat Chaney, Se- cretary Nlrs. Annette Rogers, B.S.E., SCA, Music "Hey, what are you doing." HH' THERE CUTIE!! 17 A Time for Beginnings Mrs. Emily Davis, B.S., MVS- Betty mike, 0BU,3rd.'Gr2lde. B.S.E., l'l.S.C., 5121 Mrs. Bettye Frizzell, B.S. E. , SCA, 4th Grade. Mrs. sandra Han, A B.S.E., SCA, 2nd Grade. ... , . ,iie 3 se W W Grade. Mrs. Lois Hartwick, B.S.E., SCA, Prin- cipal, 6th Grade. "Let me tell you what I heard." 5 3 S Oh no, where is the other one?" :sf.e2:fv1slfgll?E5E's?wo Y' 5 Kia .2 f , f we X 3 .4 ,iarfgfil ri . ' f, . 5 .rri 53.75 ' .. I " A Miss Bobbette Johnson, gg, ,A A , B. S. E. , HSC, lst :ti ' , , , Grade , , - ie. X . QV , N VE . V,', .. . "No, please not again." Seniors '93 A Time for Senior Class Steve Gibbs was elected Senior class president because of his great leader- ship abilities. He was also president of the Junior class and a member of the England Academy annual staff. He is a leader in football and basketball and a member of the EALA. Steve was chosen as elementary football and basketball coach by the coaches of EA because of his outstanding ability to understand children. England Academy is very proud to have Steve as a mem- ber ofthe student body. i " i kA W " 'limb 'M'iV"iL'1 'W ' A it " Y ' ' i 4 l l l l l Officers to Lead l l l Bill Couch was elected Senior class vice-president. Bill was also chosen for his outstanding leadership quali- ties. He is president of the beta club and president of the student council. Bill is photographer of the England Academy annual staff. He is a lead- er in football and a member of the EALA. Bill is quite an asset in all y phases of school life. 44' Lyn Leonard was elected secretary- treasurer because of her willingness to work for the class. Lyn is an active mem ber of the Beta Club. She was co-editor of the England Academy Yearbook and is now editor. Lyn plays basketball and is a member of the EARA. .ig ry I-5 r starts? i ,yky . ,L i, st is , Joe Jacobs was elected reporter for his concern for the Senior class. Joe is a member of Who's Who at England A- cademy. He was also a leader in foot- ball and very active in many school activities. Who's Who Among American HighSchool Students 2 This year England Academy is proud to have four students chosen to receive recognition as Who's Who among American High School Students. They are Lyn Leonard, Pam Henderson, Sharon Harmon, and Paula Harrington. Students selected for this award have demonstrated leadership in either academics, athletics, extra-curricular activities, achievement examinations or community service. 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James Dale Cannon . - - ,.,,,,ig!. ,J--, Sharon Kaye Harmon Ledi Kay Burkett - Ml ' W William Thomas CouCh,- Jr. Q'45 Paula Ruth Harrington Q I 'I O U I 'Ronald Eugene Buslick mx ,ex , , x ww Eff Lv ji f,QM aw ll 'Miha' W K ito, i,,h . : es! ' , il , Q 1 : gnu y lug N':,'r' ,,'sn s Il. 5 . Q OV .gl .:a', 0. Pamela Ann Henderson, 5 s gifs' , I wif' fl 'A q X if ,,..,, E 1 - ji i H33 1, ,Q K Apt, ' :fl 1' 1,1 lglff Q 'I' 4 rn 4 i 5' iftlv ,Wg 6+ l im!! 'MY N JV 3 , Vicky Arlene Hillis 'Hillis as 14-S735 .+V .. an J. J galil 'Hz 'f' Cheryl Denise Phill ips For We Have Seen Yesterda Joe Eddie Jacobs Danny IVlerle Lovelace Judy Dianne Sanders Regenia Ann Johnson il ,, l 1 1 l l l i l i 4 i l l Melia Kay Sanders and We Love Toda ." 1 l Vicki Carolyn Lanehartr Jerry L, Leach E .5 l -ll l H ls M W e L N , A ld! all , l E , A . I 1 r . l 2 4 s l l l l 1 x Lynnette Jean Painter ,shift Freddy Joe Ward Debra Kay Watson v 1-WWW A an A X Ann Carolyn Leonard l .D . 'N ,au fl , W VK ia EE. ,nh 3' , V' N xxxx A l , -,Qp'g5,4jaMQMM rm My -f ' 'T ' A H , -oilffff mv , ,I lj'-A Mn 41356 f :pf21,v 4"'+,.'f:'?-'Z' .pa Travis Glen Woosley Senior Class will Linda Baker - I will Mr. Davis the sanity to put up with W.B. one more year. Iwill to Wayne the joys of getting up early every morning to come to school. Jimmy Boggess - Iwill my ability to go through school and stay out of trouble to Tommy Murchison. I will my ability to make bad grades and to pass to Clay J. Steve Bogy - I will my Mad Butcher laugh to Dennis Lovelace and to Bill Clubbs a book of Polack Jokes so he will always have a new one. Tony Bogy - I will my title Wittiest to Lindle Shepperd. I will my new blue jeans to Dennis Lovelace so he can look pretty. Iwill my new electric razor to Dennis Fox so he can shave his go-tee. Ledi Burkett - I will all of my good times at E.A. to the Senior Class of 1976 and to Brenda Stracener my position on Annual Staff. Ronnie Busick - I will my ability to get in trouble to Bubba Jones. Iwill my car to Jeff Derden, hope he has better luck with it than I did. Jimmy Cannon - Iwill my ability to catch flies to Lindle Sheppard in case he gets hungry during class. I will my bad ankle to whoever wants it. To Dennis Fox Iwill my ability to chew gum in English without getting caught. Beverly Capps - I will to Denise Capps six weeks of summer school and marriage before 18. To Camille . . . a man like Ji.m my, to Jeffrey Jones - 1,000 lbs, of lemon-lime lifesavers, my Trans Am to Robbie Robelot. 'Bill'Couch - To Danny Maynard Iwill my speed and agility in football. To Mrs. Thurman I will a winning football team. Steve Dardenne - I will my great basketball ability to Lewis Carl Lee. To Jeff Jordan my laugh so he won't sound like a machine gunrarid to Danny Cox my ability to get along with Mrs. Thurman. Jackie Gray - I will my ability to face Mrs. Thurman for 3 years to Sandy Blackwell. To Debbie Bolin I will my ability to read a book in a day. To Tammy B. I will my Long and Silky and my Every Night Shampoo. Steve Gibbs - To Sandy Bogy I leave Mrs. Thurman to suffer through. To Bill Clubbsl leave one Polack joke and my title as the "kidney kid" to Candy Workman. Sharon Harmon - To Jimmy Iwill a seven day weekend, to Tammie I leave my ability to get home on time. And to Terri Ward I leave my brown shoes in case hers wear out. Paula Harrington - Iwill my car to Sel Kennedy, co-ordination to Paula E., my brother, patience with his teachers. Iwill Kerry H. the ability to understand my temper. Pam Henderson - I will my great health to Mrs. Chaney. I will Mrs. Thurman six weeks complete bed rest after the Sr. trip. To John and Joel I leave the LeMans to putt to school in. Vicky Hillis - To Dennis Lovelace I will my diploma with his name on it. To Doug my ability to play basketball. To Terri and Bubba all mine and Dennis' fights. To Brenda S., Julia J., Beth G., and Paula E. three years of English with Mrs. Thurman. Joe Jacobs - I will my money-ma king ability to anybody whose stomach is strong enough. To Coach Weaver I leave my "DAZAR". Ann Johnson - I will to my brother David my position and fun I had on the 1975 Annual Staff. Iwill all tne great times I had in English class to Brenda Stracner. Vicki Lanehart - I leave all my weekends at Greers Ferry to Jeff Jones to spend with Dalmation. To Candy I will many exciting weekends in England. To David I leave the green bomb. Lyn Leonard - To my sister Kim, I will my place on the annual staff. I leave Paul an alarm clock so that maybe one day he can get to school on time by himself. To next years' Senior cheerleaders, I will an offical NCA spirit stick. Danny Lovelace - I will to Mrs. Thurman my brains because she is going crazy with hers. To Jeff Jordan Iwill my stinky tinny pumps so he can get a whiff every now and then to keep him going. Jill Morgan -,To Darrel P. I will a girlfriend so I can get him back for all the things he has done to Dennis and me. To Denise Capps I leave my feet. To Coach Weaver my basketball ability that he never saw. Lynnette Painter - Iwill my height to Darlene Reeder, my hair to Camille Capps and my ability to stay-out of trouble to Kim Lyons, my fingemails to Denise Capps. Denise Phillips - To Darrell Iwill the ability to get to school on time. To Cathy Lyon another year of P.E. and to anyone who doesn't graduate this year a lot of pity. Judy Sanders - I will Paula Harrington to Kerry Hilton to love and cherish forever. I also will Paula my ability to win al-I the arguments. I will my Pinto to Jean Ann so she won't have to sit at home. Melia Sanders - Iwill my great cheerleading ability to Christy Dean, my reputation of Chicken Legs to Kim Lyons, and to Carla Killough the luck to find a boyfriend. Freddy Ward - Iwill to Mitzi and Terri Ward a l-ife size picture favorite uncle. To all of England Academy I leave my certs so they'Il always have fresh breath here. Debbie Watson - I will to LuAnn Dooms my car so she can get to places on time. Denise, I leave you my place in Mrs. Thurman's room. Travis Woosley - I will to the senior class my B.B. and to Freddy my ability to catch armadillos. . 30 Senior Activities Linda Baker - Beta Club 13 Library Club 13 Chorus 1,23 Paper Staff 23 Journalism Club 2. Jimmy Boggess - Class Officer Steve Bogy - Football 1,2,3,43 Journalism 33 EA LA 2,3,4. Tony Bogy - Football 1,2,3,42 Basketball 1,2,3,4j EA LA 2,3,43 Who's Who 3,43 All Conference Football 3. Ledi Burkett- Library Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,23 Beta Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,33 Class Officer 1,33 Paper Staff 23 Spanish Club 3,43 Homecoming Royalty 23 Annual Staff 43 Who's Who 43 Girl's State Delegate 33 Chorus 1,2,43 Student Council Officer 4. Ronnie Busick - Football 1,2,33 EA LA 23 4-H 2. Beverly Capps - Basketball 1,2,32 Spanish Club 43 Paper Staff Co-editor 33 EA RA 1,2,33 Chorus 1,23 Class Officer 1,33 Library Club 13 Beta Club 1,2,3,4. Jimmy Cannon - Football 2,3,43 EA LA 2,3,43 Journalism 33 Elementary Football Coach 4. Bill Couch - Football 2,3,43 Basketball 33 Elem. Football Coach 3,47 Student Council Officer 3,43 Beta Club 1,2 3,43 Who's Who 43 Annual Staff 43 EA LA 2,3,4. Steve l3ardenne - Football 1,2,3,4j EA LA 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Elem. Football Coach 2,33 Who's Who Among American High School Students. Steve Gibbs - Class Officer 3,43 Basketball 1,2,33 Football 1,2,43 Student Council 1,23 EA LA 2,33 Paper Staff 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students 33 Elem. Football 84 Basketball Coach 3,43 Annual Staff 4. Jackie Gray - Home Ec. 1,23 Chorus 3,43 Library Club 43 Medical Self Help 2. Sharon Harmon - Annual Staff 13 Student Council 13 Class Favorite 23 Who's Who Among American High School Students 33 Beta Club 2,3,4j Class Officer 23 Paper Staff 43 Spanish Club 3. Paula Harrington - Beta Club 33 Chorus 1,23 Paper Staff 33 Hall Moniter 13 Spanish Club 43 Honor Study 1. Pam Henderson - Basketball 1,2,3,4f Cheerleader 1,41 EARA 2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Library Club 1,2,33 Paper Staff Editor 33 Homecoming Royalty 33 Who's Who 43 Elem. Basketball Coach 23 Who's Who Among American Students 3. Vic-ky Hillis - Basketball 1,23 Cheerleader 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Paper Staff 33 Who's Who 3,43 Fun Night Royalty 2, Chorus 1,22 EARA 1,23 Class Favorite 1. Joe Jacobs - Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,41 Track 33 EA LA 2,3,43 Who's Who 3,43 Class Officer 1,43 Student Council 1,33 Fire Marshall 2,33 Paper Staff 3. Ann Johnson - Library Club 1,2,3,4j Spanish Club 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Basketball 13 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Who's Who 43 Joumalism Club 23 Spanish Club Officer 3. Vicki Lanehart - Beta Club 2,3,43 Library Club 2,3,43 Student Council Officer 33 Annual Queen Nominee 33 Annual Staff 43 Who's Who 43 Paper Staff 43 Girl's State Delegate 33 Teacher Aide 13 1st Place Essay Contest 13 NEDT Test Award 13 Home Ec. 1. Jerry Leach - Basketball 4, Beta Club. Lyn Leonard - Basketball 1,23 Cheerleader 43 Who's Who 3,43 Fun Night Royalty 33 Basketball Manager 33 Annual Queen Nominee 43 Class Officer 3,43 Beta Club 1,2,3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 33 Chorus 1,22 Library Club 3,43 Spanish Club 3,43 Annual Staff Co-editor 3, editor 4. Danny Lovelace - Football 1,2,3,4j Basketball 1,2,3,41 EA LA 2,3,43 Who's Who 43 Class Officer 2. Jill Morgan - Beta Club 2,3,4j Cheerleader 33 Homecoming Royalty 33 Annual Queen Nominee 33 Who's Who 3,42 Paper Staff 33 Spanish Club 3. - Lynnette Painter - Basketball 1,2,3,43 Paper Staff 1,33 Spanish Club 43 Class Officer 23 Annual Queen Nominee 23 Homecoming Royalty 33 Library Club 13 EARA 3,43 Paper Staff 3. Denise Phillips - Basketball 1,2,33 Cheerleader 1,23 Who's Who 33 Spanish Club 33 Paper Staff 33 EA RA 1,2,33 Officer 33 Chorus 1,2,33 Fun Night Royalty 13 Annual Queen Nominee 43 Library Club 43 Paper Staff 3. Judy Sanders - Paper Staff 1,23 French C ub 2,33 FB LA 33 FHA 33 Home Ec 33 Class Officer 2. Melia Sanders - Basketball 1,23 EA RA 1,23 Cheerleader 33 Spanish Club 33 Paper Staff 33 Chorus 1,22 Homecoming Royalty 2. Fred Ward - Paper Staff 33 Class Favorite 23 FFA 23 Who's Who 33 Track. Debbie Watson - Library Club 1,2,3,4j Paper Staff 33 Chorus 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4j EARA 3. Travis Woosley - Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,33 Paper Staff 33 EA LA 1,2. 31 V1 i , Pam-"How about a date, Sugar?" Jackie-"They call me TIGER!" Steve D.-"But I want to go hunting ." aw ' L,, L yy yy Boogie. Debble'::l-etls Jerry-"I just can't take it anymore." 32 Senior Class of '75 Linda-Hi Suu don't see it your way." l A ' Joe-"How much Steve B.-"lf I will you give can only get this me ifl . . ." thing to work." Paula-"l'm such a doll!" Vicki L.-Are you bored with Life? t iti s Jty i g t 1 . . ,, so 5 , 2. 3 X. an g ., asf: lr, ,mc ,... if llsl s Vicky H .-"Mine eyes have seen the glory . ." Ledi-"l'll bet you Melia-"Grr r. ." wouldn't say that r to my face." l r' 'ei 1 -"i ' iw X ! , , ,.., ti l L t a3f 3gz ,f , V, Danny-"He B 1" y Oy Bill-"0h howl love food!" , A Very Mature Class l 'ati tw sa Jimmy B.-"Like to see my car?" , .34 a Ann-"Oh shut up!" , 1 u -pn ut , ,. . l Steve G .-Pffttl on you" Jimmy C.-"Who called me a polock? n,,K4' 1 V 5 L 9 ' f' Lyn-"Of course I know I'm cute!" Jill-"l'm so happy, l could cry." Lynette-"Let's play basketball ." J:- v ' n"'..'- E"Z.'? ., fi-v ' , Q.5,ihDiQ-FQ. L gjgjf 52? ,f?f'?f:jj- ,iifize l l 11,4 - -1, .. I llrjjg. 'P 9 21,0 :R X' 45 Q 4,1 ,arena .-raw, , 'lT!ii'i1?ZQ'?lE we , ,A5f. 'e.r , . , . t, V5-A-' i A :.,- 'V .1 ' I ' xg-1 .r- 4"fa1f-'L5.1 'V 5 ' "' .l 1. - ,ffs I , if f- .,,f, tn .f.,, 1- .U .1 ,el If-. Jr. ,. .' - .- ,.,' 4.1 qw ,. f 'JJ fs-L4 f, .2552 "ark ,,. . Ronnie-"Listen Dude . . . 3 ...3fg:,,.,, - gs 'tif' . I. ,3'k,?l a. .gg J - gl' , , fa! g if A. 1 . 'Freddy-"lVlan, what a Prom!" f' -ml Denise-"Tell him to call back later" Tony-"This is my Burt Reynolds impersonation." Beverly-"l've gotta winkie tink." Judy-"Please lVIom, just 10 more minutes sleep." i Sharon-"Hey, Baby." 1 Travis-"Gadzooks! An 33 Armadillo!" SENIOR'S Caught A. at Some M, I T h ei r 'li BSN s 'l ' 1 all ' M M E NTS E i i 'VW DSHYSSM Darling, ls lVlr. Davis gone yet? Sweetheart: . . . But foldout girls What's Streakin'? Opps! CaughtAgain. don't wear clothes! lf I can win this hand, I get an A in Advance Gambling! 34 Q x wif f W .1 f14i1,i-kr N Q' Zflvy. A .1 1 --- in . 555: ,V , '5f'5E"Tf ' 'f qxgfq f. ,-' Ai Q -1. 1' 'J ..,x3. FAVORITES as Annual Queen G? 1 J.: x K 4 The 1974-75 annual staff se- lected five candidates for annual queen, whom they thought the student body would choose. Around the school, they were basketball players, cheerleaders, singers, paper staff members, and annual staff editor. The five candidates-Kim Lyons, Candy Workman, Tammy Blackwell, Lyn Leonard, and Denise Phillips- were voted by secret ballot by the student body. We the 1974-75 annual staff congratulate Denise Phillips on her accomplishments and her court. The 1974-75 Annual Queer Tammy Blackwell Lyn Leonard Nlom inees Aid Denise as Her Court Candy Workman Kim Lyons wr-7 39 Mr. and Miss Nagy u , N. 'EQ- W 1 1 ,, 5 113 A S ek my ' ws. 'hr X, 11 1 ,a i i 'X Q NW' ,K ,ww .MQNW Danny Vela Laneheirt 72" ,.,, my -L 5 X fs Vicki Lanehart and Danny Lovelace were chosen by the student body to be lVlr. and Miss E.A. of 1974- 75. Vicki is the daughter of lVlr. and Nlrs. Henry Lanehart. She is in the Beta club, Library club, and is a member of the REBEL '75 Staff. Danny is the son of lVlr. and Nlrs. Bill Lovelace. He is very active in both basketball and football. They were chosen for this honor be- cause of their outstanding friend- liness and personality. Congratula- tions Vicki and Danny. 'K if Q X ' Nl BEST Wh O ALL ARouNo Candy Workman and Freddy Ward Candy is the daughter of lVlr. and IVlrs. James Workman of Scott. She was elected "Best All Around" because of her friendly smile and cheerful disposition. Candy's intelligence also contributes to her ability to be well-liked by all. Freddy is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Vester Ward of Tucker. Freddy's presence is ever felt in the halls of EA because of his friendliness. All these things may contribute to the fact that Freddy has twice been elected to Who's Who and has served as Class Favorite. 42 ,, ,ls Who Most LIKED j BY THE STUDENTS Mitzi Ward and Dennis Lovelace NX' i ' c ' f V 0 4 ,ste Mitzi is the daughter of lVIr. and lVlrs. Adrin Ward of T England. lVlitzi's personality is ever glowing inthe halls of EA. Her never ending T antics keep the teachers in total amusement. Nlitzi can always be called upon by the Jr. Class to help in any way possible for school projects. Dennis is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Bill Lovelace ofAthei- mer. Dennis' athletic ability T is truly outstanding . He plays basketball as well as foot- ball. Dennis has been honor- T ed many times because of his g excellent athletic ability . 43 l MOST INTELLIGENT Lyn Leonard and Bill Couch 5 i Q Q Qi 12 .N tx Lyn is the daughter of lVlr. and lVlrs. Carroll Leonard Jr. of England. Lyn is a member ofthe Beta Club and was elected to Who's Who Among American High School Students. As well as being editor ofthe "Rebel '75', Lyn has also served as a class officer during her junior and senior year. Bill is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. William Couch of Altheimer. His many accom plishments include being president of the Student Council and Beta Club. Be- sides his ability Bill is also active inthe School'sAth- letic program. Who TALENTED Led: Burkett and Rob Wright mit Ledi is the daughter of lVlr. and lVlrs. Melvin Burkett of England. An outstanding student in many vvays, Ledi is an inspiration to everyone. She has been a member of the Library Club, Beta Club, and Student Council. She is on the Annual Staff this year, and was a Girl's State Delegate last year. Rob is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Bob Wright of Coy . Rob is a member of The Beta Club, Spanish Club, and Library Club. Rob is also the President of the Junior class. Rob was chosen most talented because of his outstanding musical ability. PRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME Kim Lyons and joe Jacobs Kim is the daughter of lVlr. and llllrs. F.H . Lyons of England. She has been given many honors in school including Homecoming Royal- ty and Annual Queen Nominee. Kim also has an outstanding ability in basketball and is a member of EARA. Joe is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Jake Jacobs of England., Joe participates in football and basketball and is a member of EALA. He was also elected to All-Conference team his senior year. He has served on Student Council, Paper Staff, and is also a Senior Class Officer. Who'f 46 G BEST Vh DRESSED jill Morgan and Steve Gibbs l 5 i i l gl f 47 Jill is the daughter of lVlrs. Joan Boggess of England and lVlr. Jack lVlorgan of Coy. Jill's honors include Home- coming Royalty, Annual Queen Nominee, and Beta Club. She also was Senior Cheerleader Captain during her Junior year. Steve is the son of IVIr. and IVIrs. Harold Gibbs, Sr. of Tucker. Steve is very active in EA's athletic program. He has also coached EA's ele- mentary football team. Steve is presently the President ofthe Sr. Class, a member of the annual staff, and has also served as the Jr. Class President. MOST BASHFUL Ann johnson and Pat Sites Who's 3 5 I Ann is the daughter of IVlr. and lVIrs. Kenneth Johnson of England. She has been a member of the Library Club, Spanish Club, and Annual Staff. Ann also sings in the EA chorus and was in the Journalism Club and Paper Staff during her Junior year. Pat is the son of IVlr. and Nlrs. Clyde Sites ofAlth- eimer. His friendly person- ality and all-around like- ability contributes to his r popularity at EA. Pat is a member of the basketball team and of EALA. WITTIEST Vicky Hillis and Ton Bogy Vicky is the daughter of lVlr. and lVlrs. Larry Hillis of England. She has a fantastic personlaity which cheers the other students of EA every day. Vicky has in the past been voted both class favorite and fun night royalty. She was also a cheerleader during her sophomore and junior years. Tony is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Gene Bogy of Tucker. Tony's outstanding football and basketball ability outline his years at EA. He has been honored many times for his basketball ability and has also served on all Conference Football Team. Most Athletic Tammie jones and Tony Bogy Tammie is the daughter of lVIr. and lVlrs. Bill Jones 0fAltl1eimer. Her out- standing athletic ability enables ber to be the leading scorer on the sen- ior girls team. She is also a member and past officer of the EARA. Tony is the son of iVir. and IVlrs. Gene Bogy of Tucker. Tony is an outstanding member of both the football and basketball teams. He was voted all-conference in football and is an active member of the EALA. NHC I rj ' - W If ll I ,. sgiiki' A Most School Spirited Pam Henderson and Lindle Sheppard Pam is the daughter of IVlr. and lVlrs. Clint Henderson of England. Her school spirit truly shines as she cheers the Rebels to victory. As well as serving as cheerleader Pam has also played basketball and has been a member of EARA. Lindle is the son of lVlr. and IVlrs. Lindle Sheppard of England. His bright disposition and cheerful smile helps to encourage the other students as they go through the day. Lindle is a very active member of EA's football team. He also serves as a member of EALA and is a student council representa tive. Class -C. 52 Seventh Grade Johnny Gillespie and Debbie Blackwell Eighth Grade Tommy Fisher and Lisa Chappell ll E lf G I T 'A fi, is eh ,..-,, ,Y A R. 1 J MM" f'.QE,.Q Favorites Ninth Grade Grady Hartwick and Shelley Jones .E x I . e. s Tenth Grade Danny Nlaynard and Julie Jordan -1 Ka' , i ,, ,r AZ 2 53 , -fl-i'!E3f,.JJ Patricia ls Chosen as Fun ight Queen Patricia Capps, daughter of IVlr. and lVlrs. Robert Capps of Wabbeseka, was chosen because of her ability to make friends as the 1974 Fun Night Queen. She was a member of the basketball team for four years, a class officer, a delegate to Girl's State, and a member of the Who's Who. We would like to congratulate Patricia on this accomplishment and to say we wish you were here with us again. . D wx . 'N . .. If , A Q.. -W, K - ' A4 F- 501 ' V l y 'E N' , 13 ' af- G . NIAID OF HONOR- Brenda Henderson ' ,ff 5 .G Y-'R E Escort-IVIarc Nlullis .5 , 5 figfxx acl' I W 9 ff G 4 1 . ft as ,f A ui ',: N I X ' ' . 'Fx 3 R S xx N. ...J W' l . K V v 1 ' W ,1 gs Wx ' -S J' ., f W , V . T5 A. A -' 1 ... 2 N - O ?- . U 'V . O ' - .gig-, .. if my 75414-t, K wie ' f '. I: 4 Wflfa,-, w Q we asf? Q E3 H s ' '--+11-1, 'jk v O W fifi' V -' ' "ff omg? Eleventh Grade Maid-Lyn Leonard Escort- Steve Gibbs 1 F X r -JAM E S 1 ' ji S. i li 'b V' 677' ' Tenth Grade Nlaid-Candy Workman Escort-Jeffrey Jones Ninth Grade IVlaid-Julie Jordan Escort-Clay Johnson iii a kk lb . ,f F Eighth Grade Maid-Sandy Bogy Escort-Jeffrey Derden Xmin. M 'I .gem . , 1 1.1-. me fa iw V , G Q, Y ' nw ni'-X? ,, N ,i A ag: ' 5, 3 , 1 . ":1 ,... W A' s 3 5 .,,. A - - MN' 11? 911 , J W4 f 1 'I gr Seventh Grade IVlaid-Beverly Baker Escort-Jerry Williams 56 i G -25 wx 4: , di I QRGANIZATIQNS WW fyw W 574' The 1975 Ecitor - Lyn Leonard Photographer - Bill Couchg Business Manager - Vicki Lane hartp CopyWriter - Steve Gibbs. Typist- Ann Johnson -J n f L ellf"'f "Rebel" Staff Fur 'N 4,3 .. V C- Co-Ecitor - Camille Capps .. l , W '31 if 4' C elf I , "I ,yn a l ':e- L5 5 Riu X - ' V 7' g' ?i 'IEE-J . K :Q f , r ll gl gil -s ,:, l If - 4,-V T C .ssfyeiap -Pl A M. QV, 1- . - in -P ,ff f i 44. ..q'j,il,JX5 N Lille-'fff' xl. Us lf 'f X I - x W , We , X Typist - Ledi Burkett , Proofreaders - Rob Wright and Connie Jeans Senior Beta Club Seated CL to RD: Joe Jacobs, Roo Wright, Danny Cox, Bill Couch, Chuck Overton, Jerry Leac1, Lewis Bruton. Second Row CL to Rl: iVIrs. Rogers, sponsor, Denise Gillespie, Connie Jeans, Jean Ann Jacobs, Paula Harrington, Pam Henderson, Vicki Lanehart, Brenda Stracener, Ledi Burkett, Julie Jordan. Back Row CL to Rl: iVlelia Sanders, Beth Gibbins, Jill Nlorgan, Beverly Capps, Denise Capps, Lyn Leonard, Kim Leonard, Ni i- cent lVlcDonald, Camille Capps. 1 i The Beta Club is made up of students who maintain an A or B average in their classes. To be a member ofthe Beta Club is truly a privilege and an honor. This year's club activities included being ushers at the Arkansas Razorback Charity Walking Horse Show and attending the State Beta Club Convention in Little Rock January 24-25. Bill Couch, President 60 junior Beta Club lt? Q3 CL to RJ: Greg Minton, Sel Kennedy, Grady Hartwick, Tommy Fisher, Johnny Cook. Standing CL to Rl: Tommy Murchison, Ken Cole, Chet Chaney, Ronald Bruton, Gregg Frizzell, Billy Capps, Teri Chaney, Jody Henderson, Christy Jordan, Johnny Gillespie, Jerry Sites. Paper Staff Seated: Steve Gibbs, Ann Johnson. Front Row CL to Rl: Rob Wright, Lynn Hughes, Candy Workman, Connie Jeans, Ledi Burkett, Cathy Lyon, Camille Capps, Paula Har- rington. Second Row CL to Rl: Debbie Bolin, Lyn Leonard, Chipp Frizzell, Freddy Ward, Denise Capps, Carla Killough, Sharon Dorsey, Kim Lyons, Denise Phillips. Back Row CR to LD: Tammie Jones, Danny Cox, Lewis CharlLee, Bill Clubbs. Library Club Front Rovv CL to RD: Connie Jeans, Jean Ann Jacobs, Ann Johnson, Paula Harrington, Seated CL to Ri: Debbie Watson, Gale Glover, Beverly Capps, Vicki Lanehart, Back Row CL to RD: Carla Killough, Ledi Burkett, Lyn Leonard, Rob Wright, Denise Phillips, Jackie Gray. Front Rovv CL to Ri: Paige Lester, Jody Henderson, Terri Chaney, Seated CL to Rl: David Lanehart, Grady Hartwick, Sei Kennedy, Bil Bowls, Bacc Row CL to RD: Joel Henderson, Lindle Sheppard, Rusty Harris, Greg IVlinton, Darrell Phillips. 62 Spanish I - Seated CL to RD: Rob Wright, Candy Workman, Lewis Bruton, Beverly Capps, Paula Harrington, Second Row CL to RD: Janie Hill, Jean Ann Jacobs, Denise Gillespie, Cathy Lyon, Terri Sain, Darlene Reeder, Tammie Williams, Beth Gibbins, Tammie Jones, lVlelisa Tomlin, Back Rovv CL to RJ: Kim Lyons, Lynnette Painter, lVlilicent lVlcDonald, Danny Sox, Robbie Robelot, Chipp Frizzell, Lewis CarlLee, Jeffrey Jones, Kim Leonar . Q .fs Spanish ll Seated: Ledi Burkett and Connie Jeans, Standing: lVlrs,. Rogers, sponsor, Lyn Leonard, and Ann Johnson. This year, England Academy has are very proud of our fine Spanish de partment, headed by lVlrs. Delores Rogers. 63 added Spanish ll to its curriculum. We Student Council Provides Leadership e, S ing: L e Sheppard, Paula Eifling, Sel Kennedy, Bill Presicent, Terri Nlorris, Ken Cole, Chet Chaney, Jimbo Dean. Sitting: Ledi Burkett- Secretary, Brenda Stracener, Julie Jordan. The 1975 Student Council is made up of eleven fine, intelligent, and hard working young people, that are concerned about their school and its students. They feel that before a school can function well it needs good student leadership. ln November of 1974 members of the student council attended the Student Council Convention at Pulaski Acad- emy in Little Rock, Arkansas. Each member attended discussion groups about such subjects as Student Leadership, Private School Curric- ulum, Nloney Making Projects, and School Spirit. Each Person came back with alot of enthusiasm and ideas. The 1975 Rebel Staff would like to thank the Student Council for all of their time and effort that went in making our school a great school. of :H rfrr T it ,L .,,,,, L LKZ Bill Couch, President E A. Lettermens Association Front L to R Jimmy Cannon, Tony Bogy, Danny Lovelace, Joe Jacobs, Jerry Leach Steve Gibbs Travis Woosley, Steve Bogy, Steve Dardenne, Bill Couch, Back L to R Jeffrey Der den Danny Maynard, Chuck Overton, Jeff Jordan, Pat Sites, Dennis Fox, Chipp Frizzell Danny Cox, Bill Clubbs, Jeffrey Jones, Lindle Sheppard, Dennis Lovelace Bubba Jones Lewis CarlLee Robbie Robelot. The England Academy,-Lettermens Association is a group organized to honor the schools finest athletes. Over the past few years such standouts as Mike Hillis, Jerry Hawkins, Greg Oliger, Greg Hillis, IVIarc lVlullis, and Gurvis Owen have been members of this exclusive club. Only athletes which have earned their school letters in Football or basketball can be members. This year the group includes senior members: Steve Dardenne, Steve Bogy, Tony Bogy, Joe Jacobs, Danny Lovelace, Bill Couch, Travis Woosley, Jimmy Cannon, Jerry Leach, and Steve Gibbs. The 1975 Annual Staff would like to congratulate each member of their outstanding athletic ability. 65 England Academy Reloelettes Association Front L to R: Beverly Capps, Lynnette Painter, lVlilicent lVlcDonald, Beth Gibbins, Nlelisa Tomlin, Julie Jordan, Janie Hill, Terri Ward, Denise Gil- lespie, Tammie Jones, Kim Lyons, Melia Sanders Senior High Chorus Entertain With Their Music H I., ,,. ..- , - 'lv ' V ' "' V.. vq 'Q 'Et LCP sf The chorus led by IVlrs. Rogers entertain us with a special program of Christmas music and a spring operetta. They spend much time and energy preparing these programs to pre- sent them to us. lVlrs. Rogers requires her students to give their all. The great quality of her programs show this. We all enjoy the special programs the chorus present to us. We would like to thank them. They are an asset which our school can take great pride in. N-4 i -Back Row: Sandy Blackwell, Denise Phillips, Ann Johnson, Jimbo Dean, Teri Chaney, Jackie Gray, Rusty Harris, Lu Ann Dooms, Ronny Clem, Bill Bowls, Gregg Frizzell, Kim lVleneely. Sitting: Mark Baxley, Chet Chaney, Ken Cole, Nancy Covington, Lisa Chappell, Jody Henderson, Camille Capps, Paige Lester, Susan Davis, Ledi Burkett. Sponsor: llllrs. Annette Rogers. 67 The Elementary Chorus Shows S-9:4 I V Q - ' ,H -. - N, A S .VV .4 , M . A x . c. b Nuff- f , X , A " "' " K' M r M" In ,, ,f M-mB""i,4,,1n, '3 "" .any " 'fm -""',..,. 1' N--N., ,,,. ,,.,.W.,,. fm .,... .N ., H" ,un " " ' N ff .. .. , , ,fbi 6 I 'PN42' I' " ' - .,,,. ,HL M --- "lf , ., if" -, -ff ,,., , .. ,-. , ...H - f, ,fm?"" ,........,..A. ..". K - 'N A' fm-f""' - RMU 3' 68 Great Talent x w- x I k -Ns... - F. g ,i .S .V 41" 1. V cus! 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L V 69 i Girls State rv, if e k J , 9' a .f U e A :V A I I ,IE EV,-1 , k li .,.i, 9 a . sg, ,,,: t t f 2 'l'k , ,V': Two junior girls of 1974 were chosen to represent England Academy at the 1974 session of Girls State. Girls State was held at Camp Robinson near Little Rock. The main purpose of Girls State is to teach the fundementals of our complex government. During the session Vicki and Ledi were elected to city offices. Vicki was elected to a county office and Ledi served as an election judge. These two girls were selected by the faculty. The requirements which they had to meet were a B average, a willingness to work with others, an ability to work with others well, and a leadership quality. Fire Nlarshalls From Left to Right: Tony Bogy, Lewis CarILee, Chuck Over- ton, Lindle Sheppard, Dennis Lovelace, Jeff Jones. These boys were chosen to lead our school if we should have a fire. Chuck and Lewis attended a clinic for Fire lVlar- shalls. They brought back many new ideas to increase the safety of our school. Thank you for your leadership boys. 70 UNDERCLASSMEN . V L m V L m A 71 junior Class Officers ii Rob Wright-Presidentg Denise Capps-Vice-Presidentp Connie Jeans-Treasurerg NOT PICTURED-Chipp Frizzell-Secretary 72 ammy B lac kwel I :itil W Q Q lsr 1 gg - , rg p , A f, I I didn't miss that one! Camille Capps Bill Clubbs Danny Cox Sharon Dorsey Gale Glover Lynn Hughes Connie Jeans David Johnson Hurry! Here comes Tanner. 73 Debbie Bolin Whit Brittain Denise Capps Lewis CarlLee Chip Frizzell Dennis Fox Water Girl Jeffrey Jones Tammie Jones Dennis 3 Lovelace eeee eeeeee ,. Y S E u X i Kim Lyons Eddie Morris "HAPPY DAYS" juniors Jeff Jordan Cathy on 'Nw J-.1 . 7 ' Don't hit the teacwer, Jeff! Darlene Reeder Robby Robelot Lindle Sheppard R Pat Sites I Mitzi Ward R Candy Workman Rob Wright 74 Now, What was that? a Sophomores Qi ew s lVlarty Burton Spanish class is funll i bins Dgnilie GSE Clay Johnson ubba Jones pf' --4F95 JOI'dElH K im Leonard J rf! 5 'Q g ' A iii: mf if ,fr llllilicent Mike lVlcGhee IVIcDonald 'U' 1 nny Overton swf 1- 4 .J H ,sr ox Terri Ward Wonder who she is thinking of?? Tammie Tomlin Williams 75 U S Chuck ' J i.o. fr is I. if ' I . YU M 7' Janie Hill Jean Ann We forgot to study! I! Terri Sain Brenda Stracener Blackwell Tammy Blair l l lii li "5 AZ""' A 'll. wi ,Q lflll i h A. I: r I ,A K ,5, '.. Pau a Ronald Bruton . . Elfl lng lt's not nice to tell secrets. iane Lovelace Scott Lyon Freshmen Jump Ba"! Grady Cristi Jordan Joel Sel Kennedy Darrell What did you call me, Sel? Phillips '76 Sandy Bogy verett Butch Jeans Fred Mitchell Bill Bowls Rusty Harris Shelley Jones C'aire Rita i Tony Oswalt Lisa Sloan ISE Bailey Om my Fisher aige Lester id Sites L, Eighth Grade . 3 -- gk , X , 4, K 4 - , .. .,. , ,gr e ri Beverly Bolin Ronnie Clem Gregg Frizzell , . . -if is L, nga i. " Greg Minton 2 it :-:- .- ' .,,:: ie as i 4' 4 i 'A 2 l. im Ri ky sires I' r I ,ff X21 It's cold Susan Davis ,A out here! 11. f A 55215: 197- Billy Capps ssiy , -,.. Ken Colson ilee . s .-. ' is Jimbo Dean ivi. lVl'l4e FHZZG 'Q . r" :,1 X 5 ! 'S " , David I I 4 Another boring science class? '77 Terrie lVlorr .x4,- . .iii 0 Jerry Williams .1 7 S Teri Chaney Johnny Cook. 1 Shelley Jamie Rollins Seventh Grade - Debra Mark Bax ev Blackwell Eddie, get your hand out of the way! Ken Cole OV C A W E41 ez ' 9 Y " rf Q g at Johnny Harvey S '7 Gillespie Harrington X Gina Harr's . I Hlckerson Jonege Jan Jordan 1 st i Bill Lotner Jerry Sites Terry Sites Watch me make this field goal! 78 Chet Chaney S S Q25 SSS1 Susan Doug Hillis Kim lVleneely Eddie Weaver Suanne Chappell LuAnn Dooms Joy James l Tommy i , 1i"'i'i 'T . gf - .5 S l, fChiS0 Vi't 1 1 r'ft Z Us milf "" ,S , ,. S, Tracy Wrightl l i i ,Q Students Find Time to Cut Up Hiiiu.-...1.L.LK., -.. 0 ,,,.o,i y .gfgi Q - fs Back to school, gang! i U, fn R In We're on our way to Benton! e o 1 if in .H F ,S QL: i K sf 1' , And now, here's Candy and Robby ll' Surprise! The Hee-Haw Gang , ig! it-gg O.K., , now everybody look busy? HOWDY! 79 Good Times at E.A. II Qgjfassfif if f Y?-. ' 4, Q if I f TIV . I 1 I X l I -ff cisr j f s Iiii ,pm A ,,:,iZ rsri 1 A W . . K "' 1 . ,M, I 1i'N '-"k . .,, -,1. .mx Istt I . cccisc is , I I E.A.R., Spelled the hard way! A" rim . ffi 32 I. - frtsszmd 6 v I EngIand's Street Gang EA: An academic Power- house. WF W5 ,QM Lewis, will you answer Number 3? Lewis' Lewis' ' K I 2: - " K ..' -- -me X i-6 ,, 1- ' . gr 21, A Is nap time over al- I have a ready? desire to leave 'Wh- L ,r.i . . i I I K ,ff- Now if we could only find some boys!!! 80 I could have danced aII night. . A Time for Q . , f 1 .A 5' - , V f fa f , 1 x s ,ii A .Q 7-.1 H , , I975 Homecoming Queen , SPCJRTS iomecoming Royalty ? .UW N. , , tw 1-4 -, 4 A V--- -my 1 gg ,'. Q' I . ,X M 'V , I '- X31 A , Q Y K A in : I , --.H--.-W., 1 Q .ALM ..,,.,,l "W ,-'Y ... k :V 'x , , .1 , W 1 A I W I 1 ' I I b, t,,.b'7 fx- iifffl -' f ' x . ,,, K, m , -M,,,,J,, b , .N Ap.. Hiya f ,- +A .. fjv -wr mlb' I f'-v4 444. Q , mf Melia Sanders-IVIaid of Honor ,wx fn . X 'NX Jimmy Cannon 3rd Year Back Steve Dardenne 3rd Year Guard Bill Couch 3rd Year Center Steve Gibbs Joe Jacobs 3rd Year Back 87 3rd Year End All Conference Danny Lovelace Bill Clubbs 3rd Year Guard Y lst Year Back All-Conference .se Chipp Frizzell ' 2nd Year Back - 3' 4 f bu f ,, S ,A 0. 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':,,-'c G, n Q X Y QI ' r ' r 04 9 , xl- I , r"v4'5f 'riff' .I L gf XJ R ' 1 "rl, , ,. 1 H. , x n s 'Y , ' ' 'H ,f 1: 1 , A ,ran na J F, , A F if r A . my 1 - f V7 r. 4 Robby Robelot lst Year Back I , - . , ., ""1w't,-""F. .3 'ff' Af A . -,,.,,.--.wt ' 'masts' , , . f-f-:1fp--f."'- 'f 3.41. f 3 x A V, ' as '- ww- ' a... -'gf' 'x - ' 'W . ' , . ' Y rf-ta-F?"'a i 'i - .- " :C tiff' V 4 ' X uf 1? f r fi-Ziff S. ., ' N551 ov- 'Y , . '.. . ev fe ' L ' 'tif' "f","" 4" f m " 1, X V iff-LIVQEQ4-5? . ' , .Q r , .v.,,.JQ- um Y'-' 0-F Mal J' , 1,J,.i'f 5 , Q Y - .2'3t,.., A 'I V "5 . W? 5"il.' "fir" 4 ., A' 553215 TL" A55 'ff ,, A 55j3,z,j:,j35'r afaff: N ., -1 1 gen- 1.1 'Q"i'Qx1'2f?! -- - .51 ,g'igjE"-fc: 'zu-pf - ,rl-H we-, -. -.f Chuck Overton lst Year End A Time for EDA. 20 Pulaski O A great 2nd half comeback and a willing defense resulted in the Rebels season opening victory in War Memorial Stadium. Dennis Lovelace, Chipp Frizzell, and Tony Bogy all scored for the Rebels. Briarcrest 20 E.A. 7 The Briarcrest Saints used Rebels mis- takes to upset the home team in their 3rd game of the season. The Rebels were plagued by fumbles and penalties through out the contest. Tony Bogy caught a Chipp Frizzell pass for the Rebels only score. Jefferson 3 EUAU O A field goal was all it took as the Jefferson Patriots knocked off the Rebels for undis- puted league supremacy. The Rebel defense played inspired football throughout the game as they held jefferson 3 times inside the five without giving up a touchdown. 90 . k . J by Determination . if it .l , ., it as, -. 5: . 'f ff 4, ve W - Akvl 4 - My ll 4 .f iU"i E.A. 29 Pulaski 18 E.A. 56 Southeast O England Academy breezed to it's second win ofthe season by downing a weak but very game team from Southeast Academy 56-0. Dennis Lovelace, Tony Bogy, Robby Robelot, Chuck Overton, Steve Gibbs, Jeff Jones, Jimmy Cannon and Tlravis Woosley all scored for the Reb- e s. The Rebels had to subdue a battling bunch of Bruins to obtain their 3rd win ' 'X of the season. The "never say die" 4 4 9 X Bruins closed to within four points three V' me 'fl times during the contest before the Reb- ,Q . tvyy . c X 4 1 f , li els triumphed. Dennis Lovelace scored X rfrt' tiii , aff. f two touchdowns and Chip Frizzell and i 5, ' ., V" X X 1 -"e .,., ,,,. ,, .1,,.g5gr V Tony Bogy added one apiece. J 7 Q otet,, i ,',a 'i ' "'i . E.A. 40 Montrose 14 Halfback Tony Bogy rushed for 184 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Rebels to a 40-14 homecoming victory. Robby Robelot, Jeff Jones and Dennis Lovelace also scored for the Rebels. Mike lVlcGhee, Danny Cox, Lindle Sheppard, and Danny Lovelace led the defensive charge. I E .A . 6 Woodlawn Terrace 0 Dennis Lovelace plunged one yard in the second quarter to give the Rebels their 5th win of the season. The Rebels defense played flawlessly throughout the game as Woodlawn never seri- ously threatened. Danny Love- lace, Steve Gibbs and Bill Clubbs were the defensive lead- ers. f l 1 Chapel Academy 26 E.A. 14 Chapel Academy used Rebel mistakes to down the last game of the season 26-14. The Rebels came into the game de- pressed after hearing the news thatdefferson had refused to play them in the playoff. Denni Lovelace and Tony Bogy scorer for the Rebels in the season ending contest. , Q KS N3 K! K The 1974-75 Rebel football season was one filled with mixed emotions. The win- loss record was 6-3, which, for many schools would be a successful season. But for the Rebels it was a season of frustration. First, a controversial field goal by Jefferson quelled their chances for revenge that they had waited on for three seasons. Secondly, the Patriots from Jefferson refused to play the Rebels in the championship game, ending all hopes for a league championship. Tnese were just a few of the events that kept the Rebels from reaching their preseason ex- pectations. But with mo st of the squad re- turning next season, spirits will again be high in the Rebel camp. f X -if sex ARA L41 junior Football ,, , ,.i. ,. J H K Vkiivl ?,,x In , -,V s ,, 1514 5 H KE kryi A VVk,,, 1 V :ih UT 7Aki iig 'A f o in as J J y ve ""' his. cg, gkr L hivhy gr, I fk 4 Mrk! 4, I i K W ,.,,I., 1 V 7 I, ,, 1 ,l 5, . M i' KV A ? V , N at k 4 o,o ,J oo o 4 'iii tr ' oo V X "VV I5 itk E,7 , lstRow CL to Rl: Tommy lVlurchison, Ken Colson, Doug Hillis, Ken Cole, Johnny Gilles- pie, Bill Lottner. 2nd Row CL to Rl: Jimbo Dean, Greg lVlinton, Rickey Sites, David Sites, David Lanehart, Billy Capps, Ronnie Clem. 3rd Row CL to RJ: Coach James Wright, Eddie Weaver, Sel Kennedy, Randy Everett, Fred lVlitchell, Grady Hartwick, Rusty Harris, Tommy Fisher, Joel Henderson, Coach Ed Weaver. ' wa-il 'ar do - 1' fin' - - ,, W' , gg td. , , ., ' l m l l? fs , . swfls, flu Grady Hartwick Sel Kennedy Ken Colson 94 I-wld, f 1 ' iv Il? i 74, .. qi K, M ,E "' ,ffl-1 , ,I 1 ' ' S' g ulf ft, if r." lu 1, lx i 4-v, . If L , ww! 2.1, A- 5, ,f- ggmsfipfygj s . , ,ei -ni M K P, M I Q ' 4 ..- , L 1 N . r ei-H Iwi '41 ' 'J J 1 14. 1. .33 ' 'Wav Ip? H5 gh -i.i22i.- ' r ' A 1 Q 1-' f . ,w I, . . gfzslf .iw A"13Qf'f:, f -4-- , 'H',9'.' J' ' ' ' 5?-'f' A 1 " -1 'iff J 've fit - --f-'?is':Q 'f ' : 'fi1'., 1 Lip 3 . h :.v':,.'? i, . H' sl' 'VL ,gen pf, fi L-.Q -54 gd N. ., . , 1' -P 1" I gi ' N -.yfxw xy - -I ' .1 ' 'M .4-.iwghi o W a'A,i.,.i if L "RM CO Randy Everett Tommy Murchison Tommy Fisher if n ag Y E- ,Z 5:kQ.:"45. L I hm ,, S 4 , i 'ql .- :I rl " .- , . J' ., , y Jw 'f4?4?17-5, " 1 ff:i.t.,. 1 ' ' "v . , . -,v ,,'4e+5't,' 15- ' - ?'guv.1-311, . - 5- ,- -. 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I' ' xo 'A h"g,i5?vg,f ,- - Vg, Q, Zi, iw ' 2'1id2?sQi:'-Bbfis , . . :H --x me WEE' , " ,:5'i1g,':',jfig54 fb , 1 ' ' . x . fwfx'tx5-gui, ,, ,,' LAMP-v'.-w -ia' -- e -. he -aff Q ,J-if ..,, -R . - ll ff' ,,g.,'..,fi.w5u- 'ff 4 ' 'Q al ' A .iifA xl 'I w-',4 - .1 4 A V . , .,,3' :iff -.1K"",' Y"r 14 1892- wr 3'1- A-4"! 1 xfk :all 'L .Q mkjgfff? V"'35f-iw-Ly ' ., David Lanehart Bill Lottner ilk, "ua-. s. - , .1 X 4. f -i 'Avi ,. X, W :R , , - 1 '1n.,,X. N, iv. Y. 2' ifeiii-ii: ' A si-'fi-' Eddie Weaver Rusty Harris Joel Henderson 97 Seniors Boys Starl Standing CL to Rl: Bill Clubbs, Steve Dardenne, Chipp Frizzell, TravisWoosley, Dennis Love- lace, Lewis CarlLee, Chuck Overton, Jeffrey Jones, Jerry Leach, Pat Sites, Steve Gibbs. Kneeling CL to RD: Jeff Derden, Danny Lovelace, Tony Bogy. The 1974-75 Rebel Basketball season opened on a sour note as the Senior cage team dropped two games in a row to powerful Lee Academy . But led by such outstanding Seniors as Tony Bogy, Danny Lovelace, and Steve Dardenne Call three-year lettermenl, the team made an up- ward surge near the end of the season to finish strong in the conference race. Although the Rebel basketball season was not one of championship caliber, with returning players such as Dennis Lovelace, Jeffrey Jones, Lewis CarlLee, and Chuck Overton, the Rebel future looks very bright indeed! 98 iIow,Finish Strong Tony Bogy Lewis CarlLee Bill Clubbs . Steve Dardenne Jeff Derden Jeffrey Jones 99 Jerry Leach Danny Lovelace Dennis Lovelace Chuck Overton Pat Sites Travis Woosley 100 Y l A Time for Basketball .,r2F't' , . xlx i X Look! Up in the sky . . . ' Q' AM, ' N There was this traveling salesman, see . . . Ezccfglpsgpme' ls this the Royal Ballet New game--Make-believe Basketball. l l 1 1 Up in the air, over the Bet you oan't jump this high. I hate to complain, but it Rim, etc. , etc. 101 sure is crowded! L 5eni0fGlf'SEni0l i l Standing CL to RJ Tammy Blackwell, Janie Hill, Melia Sanders, Beth Gibbins, Beverly Capps, Lynnette Painter, Kim Lyons, Julie Jordan, and lVlelisa Tomlin. Kneeling: Terri Ward, Tammie Jones, and Denise Gillespie. Not Pictured- Nlilicent lVlcDonald Tammy Blackwell Beverly Capps Beth Gibbins 102 ,l . f , , 1 1 lf l l- lf if Winning Season lll.llll, ' l Denise Gillespie Janie Hill Tammie Jones Q, 'li . , ilk ' N Julie Jordan Kim Lyons lVIilicent lVlcDonald 103 ,I . Lynnette Painter Melia Sanders IVleIisa Tomlin Terri Ward Up, Up, and Away! ll 104 Senior Girls in Action fx 'f't'r1wlg' ix -f 1 1 he E KCL tries for a dunko Take 5 Lynnette, I'm going to pla Look at me, I'm Peter Pan. Tammie and Beth: EA Twist Champs '-r X . 5 - ,, gn 'I . 1 . i ,,,,,- I k . L ' g 1 wr-,L Nlielia practicing yoga. Beth Gibbins: future pro at work 105 A Time to L L to R: Candy Workman, Tammy Blackwell, Kin Henderson. Ld to Victor Af L .A' Y. - ' .' - 1 .' . , , 5 fn ilgsf-8,-1---t Leonard, Lyn Leonard, Camille Capps, and Pam 'Win-nf 3 V x StandmgCL to RJ Jumbo Dean, Bully Capps Eddie Weaver, Davld Lanehart, Rusty Harris, David Sltes, Greg lVlmton, Rncky Sites, John Gnllesple Not Plctured Grady Hartwick, Tommy Flsher, Doug Hillis, Chet Chaney,Tommy Nlurchlson, Ken Cole, Terry Sites, Jerry E -V-can ww E 2 . yfwazl- -aww: -5 .ax Q-3 1' M D 1' ChetChaney Ken Cole Ken Colson 5 fa 5 Seek Success ' ' , -4-.,. . u Q .k ' g 5 - , t::fifgf. g59Ll if. 1. 2 me .ftg.v3't e'f'.sfQxa1u,ss4 illl la i Jimbo Dean Tommy Fisher Johnny Gillespie Rusty Harris l g s 5 E Xi 5 E l , Q l r f l , J , '. A1 2. -, gs' t L' -5 , . ' 'eq vkvf. .v :kg ,V i at is 1' - J . it fs i ' l 3':ii51. i'h 'I' S' 1 43- .P----fa i'5.3f5f:5h it 1 K R ssl l ' "H ' tx. .io ff' t-5.-I-L-371:-.'Es.145'1.?!f3?:ks:uQm,s-- , ' -' y Grady Hartwick Doug Hillis David Lanehart Greg Minton l 5 i 4 i 4 if-T lv :s 4 MT N ,. 'F ., I , ' 'pl "wifi , .. ii- Es.gE.1-.wai t g f - Y? ' sx .50 4, v -J J fest -1Ei11'45t:'fsLf.RfQ . Liz-la." fwesstxt- y .. X?" -. kg Tommy Murchison David Sites ,sts -tv X . l 1 - K t 3 . .1 A. ,, N, -- tx A ' ' 1 'vv Q - v. 1: i W I ,- , 1,5 Q il ig: . h w - '-,. 1-"ug:-, .a s " 1 1 mlqiqwl -rf W fs: was ,- gf , , 3, -1. - A Terry Sites Eddie Weaver 109 Jerry Sites Ricky Sites Potential is the word to describe E.A.'s 74-75 Junior basketball team. Led by Freshmen Grady Hartwick and "Doc" Harris, the Junior Roundballers showed signs of becoming a team that could some day capture the league title. junior Girls Make Strong ,. . ,7 gy - s Q f g?"""' ' A . ' 5 s Q- 1' f Y - Y -: ,, ,, Mme , ,LW,. A, L, f ' ff ' StandingCL to RD: Gina Harris, Beverly Bolin, Paige Lester, Shelley Frizzell, Teri Chaney, Lisa Sloan, Diane Lovelace, Terri IVlorris, Lisa Chappell, Gina Bailey, Christi Jordan, Jody Henderson, Paula Eifling, Manager. KneelinglL to RJ: Joy James, Melanie Jones, Debbie Blackwell, Susan Dardenne, Jan Jordan, Tracy Wright. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Bogy, Claire Rita Newton, Shelley Jones. ..,, ".'i L i- 41,42 , L' . , ,t-1 ,.,- str-t f f- 'C ss' ' iii s it ,, X i L S, ,ii N ' .. 1 M,sM1-is L, l ' .. i Gina Bailey Debbie Blackwell Sandy Bogy 110 Y, mm.,. J fn ..,' , !'.if'f' A V k'-' f Qi? M f gg! K' 1 f M ge L L ,V , KfY5i'1,g'a..1 ' wtf, if fx, P rf Q' e fizwt it V ,gs it Yr . .. 1. , i ,W -r f Shelly Jones' ' Christie Jordan Jan Jordan Paige Lester Diane Lovelace Terrie Morris Claire Rita Newton Lisa Sloan Tracy Wright 112 junior Cheerlead ATime for Spirit .. ATime for Support BottomiL to RD: Sandy Bogy, Diane Lovelace Lisa Sloan. Center: Jamie Rollins, Paula Eifling, Terrie IVlorris. Top: Christie Jordan. Elementar .H+-'W' ' 'Q f ' 'f'?F5! tl QL iii 1. ,,.., ,Qf 1 .. .. 1.. ,t ' is , ' A 3 Jani 5 V ya f Q ,f 1' . ,, s wh fl, sw if f fi ll of 79 E2 at F' x "', l The Polar Bear Team--Coach Steve Gibbs, KL to RJ Standing Gregg Gibbs, Bobby Joe Turner, Lewis Dean Nlorris, Paul Leonard, Timothy Turner, Butch Burgess, Bart Burgess and Jeb Wright. lKneelingl John Henderson, Nlitchel Norwood, Steven Camp, Jimmy Blair, Craig Dar- denne, Terry Buffalo, Greg Thurman, and Floyd Bruce. Cheerleaders--Nlelinda Norwood, Debbie Derden, Tanya Cole, Cathy Gibbs, Rochelle Dean, Stacy Workman, Tammie Newton, and Angela Johnsons, i4ggllg43l"?.'- Elementary 115 . ' Q filer? i ' Q' n ,-Q, ,hir Q.. mx: A 'fry si, 2 ,vel . 4 X x 'P X " I i xffyx y 5 Q f ,h y LJ N I4 ' 'P ,' as n A U X X ' is x T' X llxi' N Y lk M7 T' LY l "' me T T lf- Qqw 6 'N' I k we--A 5 lag-,fr 'Zi ,g,,,,,.,., ,V 1' -Q' A-:H 'ff in , Swim- ,V if Wu ,, Q fu., ar e wa, .f 4 V. . ,gg Indy: Mikal g Lt vig " l i ' E ll l VU X ' 2 Xxx lx f' lt' I1 1 'Q - xx, ' X 1' f he v N 9. X X T X , Q 55 l " 1 alla- Q lah If 5 .avg er A351113-1.-f miL3nT '7'A" in ll 'R 'X fiifiik Slim.-la The Wildcat Team Coach Bull Couch CL to RD Standing--John Frlzzell, Dee Henderson, Jon Workman, Hank Henderson, Todd Brlttaln, Roger Hlllis, Mark Rolllns Wlllls Chaney, and Tony Frlzzell Kneelmg David Lester, Jay Lester, James Spradlnn Kevin Stone, Tony Cheerleaders Glnger Jones, Edie Gibbs Alllson Kennedy Fran Woosley, Pattue Colson, N 'vo 4: 'S I-:Us 9 2 s, .596 X 15. .qi . W ,,V,,: ,f g 12 f' 5' 41 fiiws S' SEA .X 4 J , X.. xliiygi .JV agp? 1 I i Ivana W 0 x i f MW3 ,sQ2T.iiNH' H.: I il!" 4 .Q gs an t in X my L .1 fi 'A K 1 if 'S 'K if -1 S Q 'kv' l Jimmy Blair l Karen Dollar Roger Hillis 4 in 'gif l :FQ FRI' 5 4 g S il Teresa O swa lt so l Fran Woo sley ll Kelli Bost Tony Evans 1 4' l Todd Jones Carla Powell 1 -., -3. ' I 1 , . xr .,,'. a, Stacy Workman Sixth Grade Todd Brittain John Frizzell Paul Leonard l IVlark Rollins Jon Workman Butch Burgess I -Q: ,ig F: ,:- ,- J . X r,-l ..,, get i'E', -H-J 2' C N g " Qt , X Bill Hearn Jay Lester , .,,. .. Q. ,, , i f Il 5 T S, i , 'bt 'K v, M Jennifer Tomlin Jeb Wright 119 Willis Chaney :uzffssz 1 V V - Na, . ....,, sg .L , 1. A -T-1 ,Je jr, , J. Q. ,ov j. 'l i .- . s -..-.J f fi". ' - . ., 1 . 'I' t,v , - , ' r Kim Derden Hank W Cynthia Hill Henderson lVlelkovitz rf m 5 mf S'!"iHi8fie:iYr? , c L , . Bobby Joe Turner Paula Wright Dean Timo Turner ' Q ,U S: 1 nl fl HDOGII Patti Colson Debbie Derden Connie Hovis Jennifer Jones Dana Maynard Fifth Grade racy Dickinson Lisa Jeans Allison Kennedy Doug Nlelkovitz os s J or U. fr -1 -1.1 . ma: M,.-.Q-:jnm,,,...-.-.--' Steven Davis Cathy Gibbs Dee Henderson rsst D ffl Y . r Kristi Dean Rochelle Dean John Henderson David Lester Camille Roberts 120 Tennis anyone? Paul Lottner Jody Lyons D Kevin Stone W Greg ThurmanD Fourth Grade 4 Tony Bowls Floyd Bruce lVlaria Bruton Terry Buffalo Bart Burgess ' 'QQ ' A E515 r--f A - - 3 1'1 in 1 'llllgll 1 . , Let s see, 4 + 4 is what? Steven Cam Tanya Cole Tony Frizzell Angela Johnson Ronda Ragan Shelley Hardin -v if? got you now! Denise Turner Third Grade Is there no end to homework? Patti Dooms Michael lVIcCall Nlelinda Norwood Tanya Gibbins James Nlashburn Paula Oliger Oh, what a fool I was to come to school today! I! Brian Davis Cindy Jordan Tamme Newton f i' l ffiff ff' YJ wa ..,. A Q .,,A gs if -14 3 Rhonda Price Stephen Watson 122 4 i Debbie Davis Kevin Derden Anita Lacefielc Leslie Lyons Friends till the end. l l Ar, Stsglggmrn Suzanne Sites Stacy Watson Leslie Weaver Wa Second Grade yne ickinson James Fneld Stacey Harden Gayla Lynch Denetia Roberts An apple a day Lee Nlurchinson Mid- Niki Rushing R Kam Stewart lzabeth Michael Ward 123 1 J X TERROR of the Second Grade" First Grade l i l l I' WEYE , M- II Joey Hillis Kim Hovis Tracy Oswalt Brady Scott Lee Ann Terri Webb Wallace Terrian Bailey Walt Davis Jamie Jacobs Robby Ragan Whitney Wright 124 Greg Bost Neil Davis David Kelley Kelly Camp Quendy Gibbins Robyn Roe Ann Tuck ira a " t -M, iifl l 'AMS l fl? D ,. , 253, ,jg V" i3.t, N r mill ! 'ikl ',' ' 'bu ll 'l A . , f ar , 'r Listening to a thrilling tale of adventure 1, , . - .f .412 , .K - ' , , I , ,- if m - . .Q 1, A T5 4 ' xiii 1451- "3'5'w K- IF.. 1 1 3, so N154 .. D, -A gf' .4 Q., .5 Q C' QQ ,uf W ' I Debbie Reigns as UN NIGHT Princess .I- Vi . 0 U , . f X' .1 in K - H ., V LV 3 4 1 ,T Teri Chaney crowns new FUN NIGHT Princess Debbie Blackwell ,EQ gm ,ev , ,"v-v.. ,W 1 f x 1 Q s .- s '-gf H 1 vg- J :sf ,,. M T if 1 is 1 lfxr. 'kr' if 1 x W 4, at T, ih.s 15 1,-S fb V.-uf Princess-Debbie Blackwell Escort-Doug Hillis a 1 ii'i 1 i f 'T' ,, fs, W , 5, be I swrmsf: f- 4 1 1 1 x N 1 I ,wi S Maid of Honor-Penny Aderholt Fifth Grade lVlaid-J ennifer Tomlin Escort-Eddie Weaver 126 Escort-Roger Hillis JLSFR.. .aw 1 'Q 'A " f n ik N 2 we if 'E 1 R sf E Sl N LS. J ' 4 '55, L: I f P -- T ' , ,. Fun ight Royalty. ,zz wx ' ., tl 41 'g Third Grade Maid Denise Turner Fourth Grade Maid Dana Maynard Escort Tony Frizzeil E scort David Lester , M - . fl- ! - , .,, - 5 - ,. . - A' 5 ,ii 2 ' ' wx, . ' , it , wife . - SAN T- 51562 .X , ,V gf r, .- ,Win J... . x Wu. si! 1: l x -1 A. .., at -4 H? J-ewan, :M , tw,-A Q ir ,Wt lx! "7 aw: 5 . 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