Flour Bluff High School - Hornet Yearbook (Corpus Christi, TX)

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'--1 1 1 -- .- 1- f11 1- 1,1 11.111f,MNHMH1,,M-gA1N1Nw11.W:m1wA-Aww-,v-M.wvwmemawfge.-:msmmwgmguuumnmw-11L-1-1-mynffwmfmmx-an-1-fwmnwfmwmmwmzwfwnmmmwmww Lf 155 wx 5, is: F? :fe wx 2 as we 56 3 is ,I Z 3 HE fx. ii X 9 E A A 1 la' 4 4 5 45 E Q QQ W ff Y .qi wg EQ YE ii I: , 25 Zi 55 v if Ml cy well 5 3355 NH 335 153, ,Q ': i , gi 32 ,,,,. 555' ,fl ., -.,,R-.,,Anm-N, , ,,,.,,f,.,,.,,,,,,,,,W,,,,A, , , , , K , -41-, I ,V , "OUT GF THE BLUE" The announcement of the Homecoming court on November 9 marked the end of the 1979-1980 Homecom- ing festivities. Barby Swisher was named as Flour Bluff's Homecoming queen followed by duchesses Melissa Richardson, Ginny Lanzener, Kari Thomas, and Cathy Simons. The night proved to be even more memorable as the Flour Bluff Hornets won their first Homecoming game in eleven years by beating Calallen 26-20. "Out of the Blue" was the the-me of the dance following the game. an I Barby Swisher, the Homecoming queen, is given a helping hand by three members of the court: Melissa Richardson, Ginny Lanzener, and Cathy Simons. Back Row: Ginny Lanzener, Barby Swisher, Kari Thomas, Michele Thomas, Patty Trumble, Belinda Watters, Teresa Walker, Cindy White. Middle Row Julie Poarch, Karen Pelton, Brenda Riojas, Ftobin Flobinson, Cathy Simons, Melissa Ftichardosn. Front Flow: Dottie Barr, Donna Crofton, Jill Dolson Becky Crumley, Kim Heltzel, Lori Mathews, Heidi Martin, Lisa Parker. V 15 ,.qiu....: 1979 HCIVIECOIVIING QUEEN AND HER CUURT QW fy We f Y 1 Y I 'F 1164 ,1"L'1f-rzv':7"' F Sky CORPUS , - EXIT I X. Z X Eiufr we in Ii IL NTLK unrvvugff Ns-....., 'f1m"ss,gf-. ,f its . . . over the summers, through the bummers, amidst the smiles and the boring whiles, Bluff students managed to stash a few memories. The romantics dominated the scene, choosing "Still" by the Com- modores and "Born Again" by Billy Preston and Syreeta as their favorite songs for '79-'80. Styx stacks first with the Commodores pulling up a close second in the group rates, and Hornets listened for Billy Joel or Kenny Rogers whenever they plugged in the radio. Of course their sets had to be tuned to stereo KZFM or to KEYS. If not, Bluff music maniacs kicked back with "Off the Wall" by Michael Jack- son or Pink FIoyd's "The Wall." Pulling a close third was Styx "Cornerstone" fMust have been a good year for bricklayersj. . . . and after the joyous football season, the amazing girls basketball season, and a visit from Free Fare, Bluff students still found time to make it to the movies. They sniffed through "Kramer vs. Kramer" and laughed through "The Jerk." Yes, the girls sighed over Burt Reynolds and Clint East- wood while the guys drooled over Sally Fields and Bo Derek. - As we look back on our memories of 1979-1980, we must also look ahead to the changing styles of years to come. Au , Mnmm.mm1unf1:r,f1- iw Jun-nw. i. r ,- We 6 Qw- fu. ---W... my MW -rv- as ,,.,. E7' ' , -. Ak yy M5 ,k.. Qrkr VH I iw , , x 4 V I 4 i N 4- ' ,' ,Za 1 I K. ifflfs " 1 ,,f,4H'uf,Q Q w,...,.,.....H ft 1-171 , , L , ,gf was f 1 xg, W4 ,,. -ws. Q., mr- ' KW Q 2 ,M g x' 5 'fi Sw gf' 'SY' X E f 8 X 54 isr- .., f,,,,,-A ,inf- ,if , g , ' V f-"j ,A, . 1 !'-f.. i 1 'W 1 1 1 1 X 1 ,U f I wr...- 1 f A J f , Q, ,L f, f 1 , 1, 1 5? .' ', if' 54 K. 1 , . J., f 7, ,fc-'ak ,2 - w I ,, , ,V f 1. f I fr. , ,,,, , , if , ,, 15 ,Y V .Q 4 Q 7 V P 5, V - ,, , H ,A-fe-S My A V f J W f A 4 f . f We , f - 4 W . Al ,f ,f f ' , ,ff 5 y ,4 ,gf 'fi 4,yA:4Qi,v , - 1 V Wm' f I ' 2 Q Q w 1n1mffnslf5!llUl1aa451m4T.V ?,hC'."7WFw'nY'lfz,1 '- .f .f X WJ p.. 3 - , ,,,:T -,,.g X x"31 r,,4m ,M 25 F'7fHEYW.5lGG'1'Y1flWH'DJ'LBE"P" 1 -F' ' - gli-I 14 ally' ff Y""""l ,,, w""' 'I ,, MlfB"IlllBZQ'99Zv'P7'?L,T ,W.7ELfwT'i1Wl65'!Dl4.if!9 I-" v ' ,nl-nil ' I HT SHOWLRERSLI 1 , ' B 1 f X X x f-W X ff I X X 0 If' 1980 FAVGRITES Mr. and Miss FBHS - Lou Phillips and Barby "Ticket to Paradise" was the theme of the Favorites Dance held on February 29, 1980, at the Officer's Club from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. The dance is given annually by the Student Council to honor the favorite people of Flour Bluff High School. A ceremony was held at 10:45 p.m. to announce the winners. The ceremony, presented by Donnie Steele, Mario Cobarruvias, Linda Kirksey, Jackie Ferguson, and Sophia Hiten, depicted the scene of an engineer and his passengers boarding on the "Favorites" train bound for Paradise. Each favorite winner was presented with a trophy - their individual "Ticket to Paradise." Music was provided by Sound Systems, Inc. The ticket price to the dance was 84.00 per per- son and 87.50 per couple. Approximately 200 people were in attendance. , . , .V ,,,..,.r.l1'vfr2!ERf'-9' 'Ari 1.1 i M5 SWISHER AND PHILLIPS Q I f 1 I S AROUND - Wullue Wugms and Barby TOP FAVORITES 4 nv.. ,.f....M:,- C1319 CtASS FAVORITES + Michelle Self and evmnlsmv f ,fwf 1. 4 "TICKET TO PARADISE" if FAVORITES - Mike FAVCJRITES THEME 1 Y . ky, Keuth Campbeil Y""7' Mr rfwznrmfnwf' 'W If W: .ara ' ' ii JUNIOR-SENICR PFt0IVI "Midnight Magic" was the theme of the 1980 Junior!Senior Prom. It was held at the Hilton lnn on May 3. A banquet preceded the dance and music was provided by none other than Sam Neely AQ- MV' Group of students "digging in" at the banquet. Tim Young escorts Sally Fabela to her seat. V ' ,iso , ,La y g t 'if - 6 XX, il W Q W r we " 'f NX-- , it to ,f iW"K' Q' "'f af. V Chris Tiblier stuffs his face. ' Teri Schneider and date sit back and enjoy the music "MIDNIGHT MAGIC" ,W ,, I , M, ' , A ,. fi' f N .wk X X , ,,.f,V Ag! W 2 2 rm, N. :Mm 2, 4 FQWJ. ,, if V .,' 'Z 'I ' fa 7 f I I Q? la iz ,,,ff, A, . "I wish that she'd hurry and finish talking so I can go munch down on some cheesecake!!" Pat Lanzener and Scott Wiza do the "Time Warp!!" fb- lv YT I 'Z' 'Winnvf , I X "'2' 1 15, , M 1 N-ff I W V I f' 'ff NX '-I iw: ff fu! I Y, What's the secret behind Patty Bandiga's smile? "This food ain't all thatbad!" 35 ..?,-- Y - i 0 , Q-ff,nmLrf,wvr1um1',r:w'fx 4,1 ' 4 11' MUSIC BY "SAM NEELY" ,xi ., 9 Q Seniors "shooting the breeze" between dances. Jose, Eva, Patty, and Greg take a break H gn .ff f' LH, we l Q 5 rf I . Mm, ,W?,y'f.! I A AN Q? W' .AB ,. .2 Willie Wiggins gives the "junior presentation" speech. Charles Meyers props up his sleepy date. "EVENT OF THE YEAR" R1 ' W"-or mx Kathy Dean fulfills her duties as senior prez. "Oh, Drew! You're such a HAM!! A hindi "Do you know that you are beautiful when you are eating???" l- f----l- V -- , ,,:.,wm1nnmwfnf.'wo, wand!" Say "cheese," Danny! Ziff? ' 5211206 ' J jU572f5j , , , , 41 ,. XA KX 1 . Wm. E 5.4- . . V. Q Z 1 . ' uw 51 O I 1 ! Y ' '-+- Y --' ...,, ---.. I - - fu. ,-:, ".-5 -ffQA-'-1- - 5- -1, W fi-..,f-,g ,,,, ..- JT I V 6' llwmmmw p:g::t1'l" ?ifceUUO Umm KU 's 'L .J H 2gNCH I L ,I I f i' il s if f 'fff 5 WW 75 ' mu M, 5 'f ,'5f'7Aj4' ,N V, ,wg v fZf17Qg Q, V if fz X 1? ff 5 WH XM J QW sw' DECA CHAPTER 603 O f 0 0 , A39 O00 be I I '72- Q5 N ' ff, A - , ff' : 1 cf 1 D Q X x G I I I 1 SY- 96 QQ' ' S 1st Row: Jennifer Eliiff, Peggy Kennedy, Cindy White, Cathi Peterson, Beth Mcle, Kathye Durbin, Morris Apple. 2nd Row: James Bronson, George Zachmann, Jim O'Bryant, Mark Hickman. 3rd Row: Rex Allen, Eddie Brown, Mr. Arbogast, David Habib, Grady Anderson, Frank Ernst. Officers: Peggy Kennedy, Morris Apple, Beth Mcle, Kathye Durbin, Cindy White Ueftj. DECA Sponsor: Mr. Arbogast fabovej sta-mvrw4W.:MYw4'a,4'.'w4W' 1'f'- n"fw7.1'wf1ffzf STUDENT COUNCIL PULLS OFF HGMECGIVIING ' ., fzli 1st Row: Liz Dias, Melody Finkhaus, Kris Jones, Cheryl Scott, Michelle Self, Sienna Deal, Trish Batterson, Diane Carpenter, Jodi Wilkerson, Bobby Jo Allen. 2nd Row: Linda Kirksey, Cathy Simons, Kim Elliot, Amanda Rodriguez, Virginia DeLeon, Julie Poarch, Teresa Trumble, Mellissa Richardson, Belinda Watters, Julie Springer, Jill Dolson, Beverly Martin, Robin Enloe, Tammy Horton, Judy Gabbard. 3rd Row: Erin McElroy, Cheryl Whistler, Sophia Hiten, Robin Avery, Jamie Briscoe, Patty O'Bryant, Jeannette Otto, Dorothy Watkins, Terry Duncan, Jackie Ferguson, Donnie Steele, Greg Sells, Janet Gabbard, Eddie Slonaker, Joel DeLeon, Pam Buchanan, Terry Grover, Rosie Llanes, Leonard Coleman, Danny Cleveland, Mary Marts, Lisa Franco, Lisa Glass, Pam Kunz, Chris Winters, Mario Cobarruvias, Paul Jaramillo, Frances Hagood, Diana Cordova, Laura Numbers, Sue Tate, Cecil Woods, Joseph Reyes, Sue Gray, Lisa Charles, Sponsor, Ms. Kenne. -. V ,Y l.,,l.,, 1 Q, Z , VM Ah, I , Officers: 1st Row: Jill Dolson, Virginia DeLeon, Ms. Kenne, Julie Springer. 2nd Row: Teresa Trumble, Melissa Richardson, Belinda Watters, Julie Poarch Cabovey. Yes, Diane, we see youlfrightj Student Council prepares for Homecoming Dance. fabovej Buy a Homecoming ticket'?!? How about a pencil? frightj Student Council sponsored Homecoming Events, tug-of-war, barrel roll f o... HOSA CLUB IS SUCCESS 'um I lst Flow: Maria Martinez, Irene Vasquez, Elizabeth Shuford, Cindi Ralls, Sharee Valentine, Lisa Franco, Sue Glaeser, Cheryl Scott. 2nd Flow: Carol Felts, Phil Davis, Jamie Briscoe, Emiliano Bus- tillos, Daniel Davila, Mrs. Avery, Allen Campbell, Tom Slater, Maria Chavez. Sponsor: Mrs. Avery f f we ,W g 6 E:-,-' avi' S . 'gli ill V. ' r Q f' All If we I The selling of helmet key chains was a major fund raising pro- ject. Cabovej Officers: Sharee Valentine, Cindi Flalls, Elizabeth Shuford, Crightj SPANISH - FRENCH CLUB X! 1st Row: Norma Gonzales, Flose Ramirez, Wasna Gagle, Christine Charles, Carla Smith, Brenda Fliojas, Christine Case, Monica Salinas. 2nd Row Marilyn Gonzales, Douglas Kelly, Kathy Upchurch, Nora Cantu, Cindy Elles, Amy Sheffield, Sharon Pelton, Sue Stevenson. Spanish-French Club Officers: Marilyn Gonazles, Nora Cantu, Brenda Fliojas, Monica Salinas. Spanish-French Club Sponsor: Mrs. Morales. VICA: AUTCD MECHANICS 1st Row: Todd Cordell, Roger Haynes, Tim Hernandez, Ray Propp. 2nd Row: Robert Rose, Dale Scott, Curtis Clark, Ronnie Polston, Mike'Hartline, Shannon Eaton, Billy Cooper, Eddie Alaniz. 3rd Row: David Motes, Tim Green, Vernon Mast, David Lopp, Jay O'brien, Todd Bridges, Charles Miksch. ,WWWQMW 6 4 , -53 ' "W 'f f Top Left: Tim Hernandez, Tim Green, Ronnie Polston, Jay O'Brien, Mike Hartline, Robert Rose. Above: Sponsor Mr. Burnett. Bottom Left: Tim Green and Ray Propp are proud of ajob well done. ll- VICA: GENERAL MECHANICS -5 Tom Neisser, Earl Smith, Robert Mendez, Paul Campos 1 st Row. Robert Bridge, Randy Gavalak, Oscar Lopez, Ron Tabor, Keith Burton, Billy Chaftin, Charlie Summer, Walter Young, Ralph Scott 2nd Row. Mike Lorence, Ernest Vanduyn, Bobby Stroud, Andy Ardoin 3rd Row. .kr X qw 4 i, I I g: 2' V, ,,,, f KZ? Eff Y, 'ft Top Left: Mr. Hays, Ron Tabor, Andy Ardoin, Mike , Lorence, Walter Young, Ralph Scott, Paul Campas, Charlie Summer, Billy Chaffin. Bottom, Left and Above: General Mechanics students work hard on projects. KEY CLUB MAKES IT . . WWW iz Center: Lou Phillips. 1st Row: Colleen Gustofson, Mike Height, Melissa Richardson, Barby Swisher, Lisa Ritter, Jill Dolson. 2nd Row: Sue Tate, Dianna Kahl, Belinda Watters, Patty Trumble, Vicky Johnston, Sherri Duncan, Kim Hetzel, Robin Enloe, Erin McOleroy, Terri Duncan, Heidi Martin, Donny Den- nis, Chris Botkin, Randy Sayen, Carlene Benhen, Beverly Martin. 3rd Row: Kari Thomas, Greg Sells, Tony'Ftitter, Kim Degaish, Kelly Parsons, Joe Cen- ter, Glen Summers, Pat Lanzener, Danny Cleveland, Melinda Ritter. f l fl, - k"' I ' ,, . Q' f fy 4, f 1 Q , V . f , ,ff 'L . ' Y i fi' M fm ' f 'fi . ' 12 iz! , mf- W V V ".DD' . . ' - ' . ft t Left: Lou Phillips and Teresa Trumble perform their duties as Slaves. Top. Pat Lanzener and Joe Center dress up for the occasion. BIG WITH SLAVE SALE ,-- fm., Key Club Officers: Belinda Watters, Vicky Johnston, Jill Dolson, Tony Ritter, and Lou Phillips Dawn Cordts is a slave for a day. Above: Sponsor: Mr. Walsh. Top Left: Richard Root serves Juliet well or is disciplined with his dog col- lar. Bottom Left: Lisa Latta, Melissa Richardson work in a bake sale to raise money for the Key Club. F.T.A. ENTERTAINS .T Kalki? I ' 14 1st Flow: Lisa Franco, Kelly Haney, Laura Lee, Sponsor, Mrs. Klein. 2nd Row: Becky Crumley, Mary Shores, Sue Gray, Debbie Clonts, Darla Mecom, and Jacque McEnulty. YT 'v"' 5 'if 3 , -' j',f- :gf 5? il y ar e ir ....,,,,,.., . ,,,., . 'J '+P ' ' Top: Mrs. Klein, Sponsor. Top Left: Laura Lee gives out goodies. Left: Jacque McEnulty pours the drinks V . r ' ,: K forthe kids. , . in Qiilhlnnzqg THE KIDS AT CHRISTMAS ,lava-. A ,, Sf D A . 35? - , W. 2' 'pa -w , . if-xx X l ,Mi ... Q. Future Teachers of America Club Officers: Darla Mecom, Laura Lee, and Jacque McEnuIty. Above: Kelly Haney and Richard Root. Top Flight: Laura Lee and Darla Mecom, Mary Shores, and Becky Crumley. Bottom Flight: The group entertains the kids. -.ma -ge - . ...Y ,,,.,..cw J..- ff, ff f 2 5 for ,iff I. ,f"" X, T ' 'ii1?f i5i'Vf Y , 212 -::.g,f5A 1..rfy ,' ' WW ,if 6 Q' I q7?zZ:. :ML TW 4 fp! ., ,V , LIBRARY CLUB 1st Row: Audrey Heuer, Helen Wilkey, James Smith, Elysia Butler, Michelle Self, Paula Roche, Eva Weinstein, Diane Lyons, Latrice Sellers, Marcia Boyer, Carl Jones, Larry Rosen, Matt Mennard. 2nd Row: Shaun Edwards, Brad Kaylor, Dora Samudio, Kathy Mead, Vicki Dungan, Terri Clonts, Jose Salas, Billy Scott, Tina Butler, Eric Kuehmeier, Brenda Caldwell, Nora Cantu, Theresa White, Jean Richardson, Sonya Haddox, Dianna Kahl, Andrew Barth, Tony Ritter, Norm Braddock, Roger Baker, Eddie Harrel, Randy Hass. w,,wfwfffMW' Angela Cole and Ramsey Rivera take time out to pose for the camera. Tammy H0600 at work for Mrs. Tiblier. SURVIVES RECGNSTRUCTICJN Library Club Officers: Jose Salas, Michelle Self, Billy Scott, Theresa White, Eric Kuehmeier MW TSR xox Y 55 lb F x Xxxvh N ' f 1,66 Robby Schreck checks out books. i , W nvnnmmwflm-i,. -mr. ,f.--.- W: nf, ' ,f, 7 W 4? Library Club Sponsors: Mrs. Tiblier, Mrs. Springer, Mrs. Ritter 1 ,,,, GERMAN - LATIN CLUB sf X W-1v'aQQ'aliE rv- '55 it l 'E GQ.: ji, -.-1 if f'Xs?frvfg, Ei? .13 . ' '1 E Qkzss V Q, W 9' 1st Row: Maria Chavez, Dianna Kahl, Patti Elliott, Robin Haggard, Lynn Collins Carol Shields Joan Visosky Robin Robinson Heidi Martin 2nd Row Ted Fisher, Chris Winters, Orlando Siller, Carl Robinson, Mike Zachary, Mr. Sexton fsponsorj ffm V we ff M ,ma H-.NX Sponsor of the German-Latin Club is Mr. Sexton. German-Latin Club Officers Heidi Martin Carl Robinson Robin Haggard Robin Robinson up . 4 ,L .Q y I 'iw '45 VICA: CGSIVIETOLCGY ff 5 X, fl 5 , , , 7 1 'I he A' ', f - 4, t, f' I -.af ,V Lisa Bustillos awaits her next customer. aff hw' V 1st Row: Julie Bandigo, Lisa Bustillos, Estella Bustillos, Mary Mendoza, Kim Presley. 2nd Row Robin Forrest, Rita Alvarado, Denise Sheriff, Joyce Garrett, Kim Barber, Debbie Stoll. s yiiyi , ,,t, 4 Left to Right: Beverly Martin, Julie Bandigo. Cosmetology Club Officers: Rita Alvarado, Julie Bendigo, Robin Forrest 7. Q-uwfi fam-w-w.,1.vJa,1.w nf-rrn.-na. f VICA: DRAFTING s "l .f"" V . ,, V , 1st Row: Dottie Barr, Eddie Slonaker, Scott Ousley, John Turner, Eric Kuehmeier, Paula Williams. 2nd Joey Boyer draws the line. Row: Donny Steele, John Todd, Art Papay, Ray Mihulka, Judy Broussard, Donna Lucas, Robert Bowten, Mary Blackburn, Rose Garcia, Mr. Lamb fsponsorj. H2386 A Drafting Officers: Eddie Slonaker, Donna Lucas, John Turner, Dottie Barr, Eric Kueh meier, Paula Williams. Dottie Barr busy drafting. Who knows? lt could be your house someday. F.H.A. 1st Row: Donna Cornelius, Mary Swofford, Barbara Scott, Maggie Gonzales. 2nd Row: Brenda Conklin, Maggie Llanes, Ruth Vasquez, Rosie Llanes, Lori Matthews, Sharee Valentine, Maria Martinez, Yolanda Cavazos. 3rd Ftow: Irene Vasquez, Mary Jane Hernandez, Hopie Llanes, Becky Ftamariz, Rhonda Fiosamond, Laura Numbers, Glenda Hatch, Florian Raqueno, Pat Bromfield 4th Row: Terri Clonts, Brenda Alvarado, Norm Gonzaless, Audrey Heuer, Melindi Shaw, Brenda Caldwell, Barbara Scott, Beverly Martin, Mrs. Hall. Y """--L, , bf fl ,Af Left: FHA members chow down!!! Above: FHA Officers: 1st Row: Ruth Vasquez, Rosie Llanes, Lori Matthews, Sharee Valentine. 2nd Row: Mary Jane Hernandez, Hopie Llanes, Mrs. Hall Csponsorj. NATICNAL HCNOR SUCIETY Mrs. Gowens, Laura Lee, Joan Visosky, Joyce Carwile, Julie Springer, Vicky Johnston, Laura Glaser, Jackie Furgeson, Teresa Trumble, Margaret Rodriguez, JoJo Gorman, Trish Batterson, Sue Bandigo, Belinda Watters, Holly Robinson, Robin Robinson, Georgia Otto, Dianna Parr, Lynn Collins, Laurie Campbell, Kelly Greenlee, Kathy Dean, Marcia Boyer, Debbie Clonts, Donna Crofton, Paul Jaramillo, Sharon Shinski, Patty Trumble, Roy Heis- terman, Becky Heaton, Jorge Reyes, Susan Stephens, Tere Seivehez, Jianetto Otto, Carol Sheilds, Joe'Oenter, Sue Stevenson, Tim Hackney, Julie Poarch, Pam Kunz, Melissa Richardson, Lou Phillips, Tony Ritter, Eric Kuehmeier, Brenda Caldwell, Donny Steel, Gleen Steel, Dorene Upchurch, Ricky Blazo, John Tored, Steve Ritter, Susan Claborn, David Claborn, Danny Cleveland, Richie Shipley, Kyle Moreland, Carl Robison, Jeff Turner, Husein Sukarai. Above: Carl Robison and Joan Visosky perform in the N.H.S. play. Above! Paul Jafamill0 F6865 his lir1eS with enjoyment. PUTS CDN A TERRIFIC PLAY N H S Officers and Sponser Joyce Carwile Joan Visosky Debbie Clonts Brenda Caldwell, and Mrs. Gowens. 1 X' Xi ,, , A Top Left: Debbie Clonts, Laura Lee, Patty Trumble, Joyce Carwile, and Darla Mecom. Top: Carl Robison cleans up. Bottom: Lou Phillips plays it up good. H.E.C.E. GETS J , , ?5,Ei"'l x Iggy, 'nm 4 First Row: Rosie Llanes, Laura Cooney, Teri Schneider, Barby Swisher, Amy O'Farrell, Alisa Goodwell. Second Row: Tammy Mitchell, Kevin Casler, Mike Jameson, Debbie Lucas, Lucy Cochran, Mike Ross, Stewart Goce, Bette Lamb, Greg L'Orange, Mrs. Cooper. Third Row: Steve Paz, David Deal, Sonya Haddox, Chet Hale, Barbara Hickman, Jerry Norfolk. .4255 Stewart Gose at work in the 0tficer's Club. Mike Ross checks the finished product at the Frame-Up. THE JCB DGNE :UP wissu 5 f BT 1. MJ . .hky EL: H.E.C.E. Club Officers: Rosie Llanes, Amy O'Farrell, Mike Jameson, Barby Swisher. Not Present: Sue plans her goals and shops wisely. Mike Ross and Michelle Thomas. " sex mf. ,. W-+..k.,, 4? Top Left: Rosie Llanes at work. Left: Steve Raines keeps busy as a cook. Top: Mrs. Cooper is the H.E.C.E. club sponsor. Q OFFICE EDUCATI ASSCJCIATION 4'-A w .,f' 1 'fw 6' a44 i T Q' , 1 55 Teresa Mast improves her office skills in First Row: Bridget Brock, Irma Perez, Linda Vannoy, Brenda Fliojas, Nora Cantu, Frances Hagood. O.E.A. class. Second Row: Audrey Collins, Pat Bromfield, Dianna Parr, Flobin Enloe, Jean Qualia. Third Row: Shirley Hernandez, Mary Lindsey, Mrs. Linscomb, Rudy Mendoza, Teresa Mast. 555 31 i 4. KZ .y , cf., , ,,,,,,,,, f 1 -fr :,,:' ,. , -' it rv Llpgmwffg X t '-'WH , 1 fu '-A O.E,A. Officers: Patti O'Bryant, Sandra Conklin, Nora Cantu, and Brenda Fliojas. Sandra has problems . . . with her typewriter. xx' '--- ,. Mrs. Linscomb and Mary Lindsey AUdf9Y 9finS f0f The Camera- HISTGRY CLUB IN NEW OREANS 2' - a '-'f ,J 1 ,1iffW.'cz,f' if ' 'A Zfifwmm 1 ' W ,- 6 M ,,,, f Q "' f ,, Z? ff 2 ,rf Gil !ff?7'z'W 24,47 ,Q ' izffiwfkaaww Y q,.iLD,A il ww ,.. z . A4::,...-off" Monica Salinas, Barby Swisher, Eric Kuehmier, Sue Bandiga, Becky Heaton, Tim Young, Lori Graber, Amanda Rodriguez, Shannon McCIesky, Sue Stephens, Ms. Kenne. 2nd Row: Mrs. Gowens, Gene Canales, Sofia Hiten, Jeanette Otto, Mario Cobarruvias, Danny Cleavland, Melissa Richardson, Greg Sells, Dianna Parr, John Todd, Jacque McEnulty, Ruth Vasquez, Diane Cordova, Donnie Steele, Sue Tate, Debbye Perry, Eddie Slonaker. x ,jf Xi "ar H J: fy History Club Officers: Sue Tate, Eddie Slonaker, and Diane Cordova. Tim Young in the back, Fluth Vasquez, and Jacque McEnulty admire the sculpture in the museum. Monica Salinas, Ruth Vasquez, and Fluth's mother are enjoying their meal. Gene Canales, Sue Stephens, and John Todd. Gene Canales, Tim Young, and Donnie Steele. 'ALICE' GCJES TG REGIUNS 4 M, 4, 1 I 'Q'fW'Qz Top Row: Shaun Edwards, Cathy Simons, Tim Hackney, Margaret Rodriguez, Keith Hanson, Karen Morgan, Todd Christensen, Lisa Glass, Kevin Reames, Kevin Raulerson, Joe Dubeau. 2nd Row: Maria Lanzener, Diana Bober, Pam Kunz, Theresa Walker, Audrey Heuer, Caroline Villanueva, Vicki Ware, Kim Elliott. 1st Row: Sue Bandiga, Melissa Richardson, Paul Williams, Mike Hight, Linda Kirksey. Bottom: Lou Phillips. . vga, 2 , 'I V 11, Top: Kevin Raulerson. Right: Audrey Heuer and Pam Kunz. 5: fi 16 Top: Lou Phillips, Kevin Raulerson, and Kevin Reames. Zone: Honorable Mention Cast, Mike Hight: All-Star Cast, Kevin Raulerson, and Caroline Villan- ueva: Best Actress: Diana Bober: Best Actor: Lou Phillips: District: Honorable Mention, Pam Kunz: All-Star Cast, Caro- line Villanueva and Lou Phillips: Best Actress: Diana Bober, Regionals: Honorable Mention, Pam Kunz: All-Star, Diana Bober: Best Actor, Lou Phillips. f ia' 1-...M Top: Diana Bober and Lou Phillips. Drama Club Officers: Lou Phillips, Pam Kunz, Audrey Heuer, and Mike Hight led the club to Regions. Rodney Kilcollins and Audrey Heuer. Diana Bober and Lou Phillips Caroline Villanueva N-qw f I X X 3 1 T 4 ' f 4 Pu-r 1 1 1 ll i n I 1 M 'r LI I M 1. W lv 1 5 1 3 I ??iv mj3gZ?-4 Q-w -fq H- ,ggi 8 'EK1 r Ks K -L " ' 4-., 1 I I l X I w 4155! .f LW E: mil' ' 4 fn., Lf PM ,gf , i LLM aan, iw-uf , , wr. , W, ,kgv v 1 ,fw- . , my 'f v-glghvfgfl' v Q if .' -- Q. Ls: X W , q ,Hump AX ' M if W HMA "M M: v ,vm ,,,, 'L' 0' ' 4 fm' 1 , , - -vm rw wg . V: L ' iff! au-mf ,f Our own cute Sr. photographer. i WE'VE These pages are dedicated to the class of 1980, as they are portrayed somewhat younger than they are today. Just think it was only 18 years ago today when they were crying for food and diaper changes. Back then it was the most important thing. Now, eighteen years later, they are crying for money, dates, and cars. Let's see how many seniors you can recognize from their younger years. For most seniors, the big worries of the year were passing Government and English IV. All of these things plus much more led up to the final all important night- GRADUATION!!! Curlers in your hair. Ga The Flour Bluft Drill Team wants you!!! He's got girls on his mind again. GNLY JUST BEGUN Are you sure she's my sister??? You gotta be kidding!!! Butt Butt!! Hi Ho Silver Awayyyy!!! l1 ,, ,WY , , A mann.-ww vimm M.-nf win-f.!.' Our own topless Homecoming Queen. Only her Ken knows for Sure, Who would have ever thought he'd be playing football 17 yrs. later? She's waiting again, for a date. Call . . . 5. 5 ryr eyy QQ ! ' h r 2 my f 1 gh M 1 f? r , :Neff , " 2 rf - .- L-., , 'Q V ' fi, ,V . , . Q V ' l g v fif eil ngifeh ' V V A 'jf ' he r r in iff - I , , , . . I fy , , ryy, yyry t VV fr i V, W ff 1 YY" ' "'f "h' f ' My mommy got a "Diamond" for that! W TIBBS Let's wander to the beach and . . . I wonder if Cheryl Tiegs started this way? Somebody's here for me??? ,.....Q.v v . gr , , 1,1 .fy M Q ,X WQWQN N fisf5EivQi3KW5 , , ,- E, x va- f-JA F., J fjgg, utr? ,K W " f 1.1 , U, Ms.-.. ,X ,ng-J, 1, 'af l? Gu My Q JWMY' ,L 1541221 A M' f ' ws, , iw QQ , rwi . 41 Y I a,! I-.-fm, umv- ,, me G- , My YW..-.. A 1 ww. .,, N I 5 I ...,. ' Shiv' xf, v Y 'rv wig Ay. Nag, Eh A it ,pam-nf F K, x 999' 12522-axes:-.1 wff - i !,3:f!.33 ,fk,' ' 1 . ag -ws, of 333,-, 2 wif . ,fem . I . we Above Left: Suz . . . a 411 B-ball player? Above Right: No date yet?! Oh no!!! Left: Ain't I cute?!?!?! f Muff, -41 ,, Wy, ff ,1 , ., 7 H ig , V, A ,t , , y V , Q. fy , f U gf, ff ' ' ' , 5 2, H, , 1 f ",-' ' pf f f gf '- . HM,g4,, f, 'f . -.55-ff , 2 ' ' KAW' r A Q ,. ,L i an r r - Va - rf an ' W,4X,, ,x,, 1.1! .,--. -,.-2-.vm f-f. -, rt.-mfs-QQ -'X Above: What? They forgot my hair!!! Left: How'd I get out here? Wow! What a party!!! ,A ,i fm -. vat, , at Eddie Aloniz Dance Club Spanish Club Swim Team Tennis Team Grady Anderson DE -4 Crosscountry-2, 3 Track- 1, 2, 3 Roger Baker Library Club - 4 Band -1 Football - 1, 2, 3 Sue Bandiga "Seniors 80" Drama Club - 4 Secretary - 4 Leo Club Historian Key Club History Club National Honor Society - 3, 4 JRBABTABN Senior Class Treasurer Band - 1, 2 Sweepstakes - 2 Cheerleader- 4 Andrew Barth Yearbook - 3, 4 Football- 2 yrs. Lettered Kelly Bell Football- 2, 3, 4 Track Baseball Ricky Blazo Hosa Club National Honor Society Band - 1, 2 Nominee for the President's Scholarship at Texas A8lM Trey Booher Leo Club - 3 yrs. Band-1,2,3,4 President- 2 yrs. State Solo and Ensemble Winner All District Winner Regional Solo and Ensemble Winner Stageband - 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis - 1 yr. J.V. Laurie Borg Choir - 4 Marcia Boyer National Honor Society - 3, 4 Sophomore Class Secretary-2 Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman -1 J.V. -2 Varsity - 3, 4 Volleyball- 1, 2, 3, 4 J.V. - 2 Varsity - 3, 4 Track - 2 yrs. Varsity - 2 yrs. Norm Braddock Band -1, 2 Tennis - Manager Eddie Brown DECA - 4 Football- 1 Basketball- 1, 2 Brtyan Buchanan "Buck" hess Club - 1, 2 Latin-German Club - 3 Band - 1, 2 SENIOR INDEX Football- 4 Varsity - 4 Baseball- 4 Varsity - 4 Tina Buttler "Butt-Butt" Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4 Track-1,2, 3, 4 Band -1, 2, 3 Brenda A. Caldwell FFA-1 National Honor Society- 3, 4 Vice President-4 Key Club - 3, 4 Laurie Campbell Student Council - 3 Drama Club - 3 Variety Show - 2, 3 Lighting Committee - 2 Stage Crew - 3 Comedy Dance - 3 Junior Board - 3 FHA - 4 Zlational Honor Society - Drill Team -1 Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity- 1,2, 3 Volleyball -3 Varsity- 3 Gene Canales History Club - 4 Guitar-2 Band - 1 , 3, 4 Margot Cantu History Club - 4 DECA-4 Band -1, 2 Diane Carpenter Key Club - 2 yrs. Drama Club -1 yr. Student Senate - 2 yrs. Yearbook - 4 Tennis - 2 yrs. Joyce Carwile "Bolnk" Leo Club - 1, 2 Band -1, 2 National Honor Society - 3, 4 President- 4 Volleyball- 1 , 2, 3, 4 Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4 Barbara Case VICA - 2, 3 Pep Squad - 2, 3 Kevin Casler FHA-4 HERO-4 Tennis- 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity- 1, 2, 3, 4 District Ma ie Cassels viii - 3 Secretary - 3 Student Council Alternate - 3 Da vid Claborn Basketball- 2, 3, 4 Sophomore of the Year - 2 Football- 2, 3 Varsity - 2, 3 Track Varsity Debbie Clonts Library Club - 3 Student Council - 4 FFA - 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Secretary - 4 FHA - 2 L Girls' Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Cross Country- 1. 2, 3, 4 Region - 2, 4 Angqela Cole F A - 2 yrs, Library Club -1 yr Pep Squad -1 yr Drill Team -1 yr Audrey Collins OEA VOE - 4 Sandra Conklin OEA - 4 Band - 1, 2 Twirler - 2 Basketball - 1, 2 Donna Crofton National Honor Society - 3, 4 Band-1,2,3,4 1979 Homecoming Nominee Janet Davila Library Science - 3, 4 Choir- 1, 2, 3, 4 David Deal HERO - 4 Kathy Dean National Honor Society - 4 Senior Class President- Basketball -1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman -1 Varsity- 2, 3, 4 Team Captain - 4 Volleyball -2, 3, 4 J.V. -2 Varsity- 3, 4 Sandra DeLeon 4 Basketball Manager -1 2 Vicky Dungan Student Council Library Club Key Club VOE - 4 Band Kath ye Durbin DECA - 4 Historian - 4 Pep Squad - 1 Drill Team - 2, 3 Steve Duty "QM RUSH - Fan" Band-1, 2,3,4 Stageband - 2, 3, 4 Drum Corps - 3, 4 Choco-Loco's Band - 2 Shawn Edwards Perfect Attendance - 2 rs. Drama - 2 yrs. Frank Ernst Auto Mechanics General Mechanics DE Robert Ferguson Football JV Baseball JV Mike Ford Swim Team - 1, 2, 3 All District Honors - Regional Qualifier - 3rd, 4th, 12th "Little State" Meet- 3 3 3 Rene Garcia Auto Mechanics - 3 yrs. Maggie Garza O A Spanish-French Club Laura Glaeser National Honor Society - 3, 4 Swim Team - 2, 3, 4 Varsity-2, 3, 4 Team Captain - 3, 4 Julie Gonzales OEA Spanish-French Club Pablo Gonzales Auto Mechanics - 3 yrs. Lettered Jacket Medal for "A-B" Honor Roll Alisa Goodwill HERO HECE Pep Squad Band - 1, 2 Johanna G. Gorman Student Council - 2, 3, 4 Treasurer - 4 National Honor Society - 4 Oceanography - 4 Science Club - 4 National Science Foundation Program-4 Band-1, 2, 3,4 Mike Greene Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity - 2 yrs. Cross Country - 3 yrs. Varsity - 2 yrs. Juliet Greer History Club - 4 Secretary - 4 Who's Who Among High School Students - 4 Band - 1, 2, 3 Reporter - 2 Twirler - 2, 3 Golf- 2 David Habib DECA-4 Library Club-2, 3 History Club - 2 One Way Club -1 Golf- 1 , 2, 3 Tim Hackney Drama Club - 4 Library Club - 2, 3 Football - 4 Varsity - 4 - it 40 Swim Team - 1, 2, 3 S0138 Haddox H RO - 4 Volleyball - 1 , 2 Basketball -1 Chet Hale HERO Chess Club - Churchill High School Vice-President Choir Bye Bye Birdie Production - 3 Stageband Scott Haney glass Vice-President - 1, Booster Club - 1, 2 Yearbook - 2, 4 Section Editor - 4 Who's Who Among H.S. Students - 4 Basketball- 1 , 2 Football - 1, 2, 3 Track- 1, 2, 3 Regional- 1, 2, 3 State -2, 3 Trevor Haynes Football- 3 yrs. J.V. - 2 yrs. Varsity -1 yr. Basketball- 3 J.V. - 2 yrs. Varsity -1 yr Track - 2 yrs. J.V. - 1132 Roy Heistermann ational Honor Society Oceanography Pure Design Surf Team Surfers Club - 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis Football Kim Heltzel Key Club - 4 Oceanography - 4 Volleyball- 2, 3 JV - 2 Lettered Varsity - 3 Lettered James Herbert Key Club - 2, 3 President- 3 History Club - 2 NHS - 3 Oceanography - 3 Foreign Exchange Student - Switz. - 4 Mary Jane Hernandez FHA - 3, 4 Spanish-French Club - 2 VlCA - 3, 4 District Reporter - 4 Audrey Hener FHA - 3, 4 Drama - 2, 3, 4 infancy - District Company of Wayward Saints - 3 District- Honorable Mention Speech Club Drill Team Scott Hill "Scotty" Leo Club-1 Football -3, 4 Track-1, 2 Baseball -3 Terry Higgins Class Secretary -1 Class Vice-President - 2 Campus Life - 2, 3 Campus League - 3 Interact - 3 FHA - 4 Track - 1 Cross Country -1 Powderpuff Football- 2, 3 Softball- 2 Varsity - 2 Deborah Holmes History Club - 4 Band - 1, 2 Danny Jackson "D.J. " "Better Late Than Never" FCA - 3 Key Club - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 4 Musketeers- 1, 2, 3, 4 "Athos" Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity-2, 3, 4- 1:10 Basketball -2, 3, 4 Varsity- 2, 3, 4 Basebal -2, 3, 4 Varsity- 2, 3, 4 Mike Jameson Yearbook- 2, 3, 4 HECE- 3, 4 HERO-4 Historian -4 F,B. Surf Club- 1, 2, 3, 4 Football - 1, 2 Paul Jaramillo National Honor Society - 3, 4 Student Council - 1 , 2, 3, Track-1, 2 Football - 1, 2, 3 Vicky Johnston Student Senate -1 German-Latin Club - 2 Homecoming Nominee - 2 Key Club - 2, 3, 4 Historian - 4 FFA - 3 Homecoming Nominee - 3 National Honor Society - 4 Oceanography-4 Yearbook-3, 4 Co-Editor-4 Drill Team-2, 3 Pe g Kenned Yzailbook - 1 y DECA - 4 Vice-President Ecologl Club - 4 Office id Basketball -1 Softball - 1 Teresa Kennedy Band - 1, 2, 3 Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity - 4 Eric K uehmeier Library Club - 4 President- 4 National Honor Society - 4 History Club - 4 VICA - 4 Drafting - 4 Football - 3 Bette Lamb HERO - 4 Band-1,2,3,4 Uniform Manager - 2, 3 Basketball Manager -1 Brenda Lamb Band-1,2, 3,4 Flag Corps - 1, 2, 3 Rifle - 3 Color Guard - 4 Basketball Manager -1 Maria Lanzener "Frla " Student Senate - Junior Class Representative - 3 Pep Squad -1 Treasurer -1 Drill Team - 2, 3, 4 Captain - 4 Journalism - 4 Homecoming Duchess- 2, 3 Class Favorite - 2, 3 Friendliest - 3 Summer Track AAU Mile Walk - State Comp. 3rd Patrick Micheal Lanzener "Houston Skeets" Journalism - 3, 4 IFO - 3 Key Club - 4 FCA - 3, 4 Sophomore Class Treasurer Junior Class Treasurer Musketeers - "Porthos" Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 - 4178 Basketball -2, 3 Track- 2, 3, 4 GP Relays - 100 - 10.52 GP Relays - 220 - 24.3 Summer Track - 1, 2, 3, 4 Rockport- 2nd 100- 10.58 Rockport - 1 st 220 - 23.6 Rockport - 440 yd. Rela -46.0 Class gkit- 3, 4 Kim Storm Layton Rodeo Club - 2 Treasurer - 2 Metal Working - Achievement Award - 3 "A" Honor Roll - 3 VICA - Chapter 209 Vice-President - 4 Basketball -1 varsity - 1 Golf- 3, 4 Varsity - 3, 4 Laura Lee "C.C.C. " FTA - 2, 3, 4 Vice-President - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 "A" Honor Roll - 1, 2, 3, 4 Typing Il Award -3 Tennis-2, 3, 4 Girl State Delegate - 3 Varsity-4 Thomas H. Lewandowskl Exchange Student From Germany German-Latin Club - 4 Science Club - 4 M L' d 3'!Al'fey Spanish-French Club - 3 Jon Long Heavy quipment VICA Club Swim Team Varsity Debbie Lucas Library Club HERO HECE Ftobin Mariner Newspaper - 4 Band Teresa Mast OEA - 3, 4 Lori Sue Mathews FHA -1, 4 2nd Vice President- 4 Choir - 1 Greg Matula Drafting - 3, 4 Elisabeth Mcle "Beth" DECA - 4 President- 4 Ecology Club - 4 Journalism -1 Frank Thornborgh - 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad -1, 2 Drill Team -3 Jacque McEnulty "Jac Mac" Sophomore Most School Spirit- 2 FTA - 2, 3, 4 Treasurer - 3 President- 3, 4 Yearbook - 3, 4 Photogra her - 3 Index - 4 Senior Index - 4 Business Manager - 4 Tennis - 2 Library Club - 2, 4 Office Practice - 3 Elementary Cam Counselor- 1, 2, History Club - 2, 4 Class Skit- 3, 4 Journalism Aide - 4 Prom Seating Committee Head - 3 Kathy Mead Choir-1 Band-1,2, 3,4 Flagcorps-2, 3, 4 Darla Mecom "D.J. " Class Favorite - 3 Best All Around - 3 Yearbook I and ll - 3, 4 Co-Editor - 4 Newspaper - 3 Business Manager - 3 FTA - 3, 4 Treasurer - 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Volleyball- 2, 3, 4 Basketball - 1, 2, 3 Marty Miller OEA - 4 Library club -1, 2 Pep Squad -1 Drill Team -2, 3 Tamarah Mitchell HERO HECE Kyle Moreland National Honor Society - Band - 1, 2 Sweepstakes - 2 Swim Team - 3 All District- 3 Charles Myers Oceanography - 3 Swim Team - 2 Robin Nall History Club - 4 Freshman Class Treasurer Who's Who Among American High School Students - 4 Band - 1, 2 Cheerleader - 2, 3, 4 Golf- 2 Basketball - 1 , 2 William G. Norfolk Track - 2, 3, 4 Varsity-2, 3, 4 Football- 2 JV - 2 Basketball- 2 JV - 2 Jim O'Bryant Spanish-French Club -1 History Club - 2, 4 Track- 1, 2, 3, 4 Football - 1, 2 Patti O'BSyant OEA - Track - 1, 2 Cross Country - 1, 2 Spring Track -1 Amy O'Farrell H RO - Treasurer Drama Who's Who Band-1,2,3,4 Flute- 1, 2, 3, 4 State Solo - Division ll Medals Linda O'Keefe History Club - 4 Band - 1, 2 Susan Okenfuss "Suz" Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman - 1 JV - 2 Varsity - 3, 4 Captain - 4 Volleyball- 2, 3, 4 JV - 2 Varsity - 3, 4 Captain - 4 Track - 2, 3, 4 JV - 2 Varsity - 3, 4 E. Scott Ousley Drafting - 3, 4 VICA - 4 Band-1,2, 3,4 UIL State Solo Contest 2nd Division - Trumpet C.C. Symphony Escort to the Homecoming Duchess - 4 Eagle Scout-And Proud of ltll Claypool's Clown Club - 3 History Club - 4 Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity-4 JV District High Jump 1st - 5'10" JV District High Hurdles 2nd - 16.3 seconds Baseball- 2, 4 JV - 2 Varsity - 4 Football- 3 JV - Wide Receiver - 3 Mike Paddock Yearbook - 3, 4 Head Photographer - 4 Oceanography -4 Angela Pansano Library Club - 4 Band-1, 2, 4 Lisa Parker Cosmetology - 3, 4 VICA - 3, 4 President- 4 Homecoming Nominee - 4 Club Sweetheart - 4 Robin Parsons Library Club - 2, 4 FHA - 2 Harvey Patteson Foot all -3, 4 Varsity - 344 Member of the first winning team in 7 yrs. Track Varsity Cheerleaders' Beau - 4 Lisa Paul Pep Squad Choir Steve Paz Soccer Wrestling Team Varsity Club Lou Diamond Phillips "For God So Loved the World . . Student Council - 1 , 2 Keg Club - 2, 3, 4 ophomore Director - 2 Vice-President - 3 President- 4 Hugh O'Bryan Leadership Foundation Nominee - 2 Leadership Institute for Enrichment Delegate -1 FCA - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Class President - 1, 2, 3 Class Favorite - 1, 3 Most School Spirit - 1, 2 Yearbook Artist - 3, 4 Stinger Editor - 4 Boys' State Delegate - 3 Who's Who - 3, 4 English lll "A" Award - 3 IFO - 3 Honor Roll- 1 , 2, 3, 4 Musketeers - 1 , 2, 3, 4 "Aramis" Drama - 2, 3, 4 Best Actor - Zone - 2 Honorable Mention Cast - 3 2nd Place Solo Improve - 4 2nd Place Solo Act- 4 All Star Cast- Dist. - 3 Drama Club - 3, 4 President- 4 Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman - 1 JV - 2 varsity - 3, 4 + 4182 Track -1, 2, 3, 4 JV - 1, 2 Varsity - 3, 4 Cross Country - 1, 2, 3 Varsity Basketball- 1, 3 Freshman -1 JV - 3 Phil Phillips Choir - 3, 4 Mark Plog UMCA - President WAHA - Inspector Julie Poarch Student Council - 3, 4 Recording Secretary -4 Chorus -1, 2 Section Leader - 2 'National Honor Society - Yearbook-3, 4 Gymnastics-1,2 Tennis- 1, 2, 3, 4 JV-1 Varsity-2, 3, 4 Doug Pritchard VI A - 2, 3, 4 2 Sergeant at Arms - 2, 3, 4 District- 1st- 2, 4 State - 3rd - 2 State - 2nd - 4 Football - 1, 3, 4 All District Honorable Mention - 4 Jean Oualia HERO - 3 HECE - 3 OEA - 4 VOE - 4 Ecology Club - 4 Pep Squad -1 Band - 2 Flag Corps - 2 Tennis -1 Karen Pelton HECE - 3 HERO - 3 HOCE - 4 HOSA - 4 Yearbook - 3 "A" Honor Roll- 3 Band -1, 2 UIL - Solo and Ensemble - 2 First Division Medals Tennis -1 Patricia Reader "Pat" Journalism - 2, 3, 4 Sports Editor - 3 Editor-in-Chief - 4 Yearbook - 2, 4 Junior Class Review - 3 Prom Committee - 3 Tennis -1, 4 Basketball- 2, 3 JV - 2, 3 Jorge Reyes C ess C ub National Honor Society Band-1,2,3,4 Vera Cruz Trip - 1 , 2, 3, 4 Stageband Bands Jr. and Sr. Representative Sweepstakes Univ. ot Houston - Band Day UIL - 1 st Div. Solo and Ensemble - 1, 2, 3, 4 State Solo and Ensemble District Band Regional Band Jean Richardson FHA Library Club - 4 Volleyball - 1, 2 Melissa Richardson "Buzzy" Student Council - 2, 4 Vice-President - 4 Journalism - 2, 4 Editor-in-Chief - 3 Outstandin Journl. Student -3 DAR Good Citizen Award Who's Who - 3, 4 Drama Club - 4 Treasurer - 4 History Club - 4 Yearbook - 4 Key Club National Honor Society - Homecoming Duchess - 2, 4 Drill Team - 3 School Mascot - 4 Tennis - 2 Golf- 1 Tony Ritter Yearbook - 3 Journalism -4 Musketeers- 1 , 2, 3, 4 "D'Artagnan" National Honor Society - 3, 4 Keg Club - 2, 3, 4 fficer Student Council - 1, 2 Class Vice-President-2, 3, 4 FCA - 3, 4 Officer Best All Around - 2, 3 Boys' State Nominee Who's Who-4 Football-1, 2, 3, 4- xr 88 Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Track-1 Flamsey Rivera "Rams" Basketball- 1 Baseball- 2, 3, 4 Varsity-2, 3, 4 Football- 2, 3, 4 Varsity - 2, 3, 4 - 459 Carl Robinson German-Latin Club - 2, 3, 4 President- 4 Oceanography National Honor Society - 3, 4 Chess Club Science Club Went to Washington Went to New Orleans History Tournament- 3 Holly Robinson Band -1, 2, 3 glational Honor Society - Robin Robinson "Rockin' Robin" National Honor Society- 3, 4 German-Latin Club - 4 Secretary - 4 "A" Honor Roll - 1 , 2, 3, 4 gllost Likely to Succeed - Outstanding Girl- 4 Stageband - Piano - 4 Drill Team - 3, 4 1st Lt. - 3 Col. - 4 Drill Team Superstar!! - 4 Ballet-1,2, 3 Gloria Rodriguez Spanish-French Club - 2 Choir-4 Guitar- 2 Piano-1,2, 3, 4 Rhonda Rosamond FHA - 4 Officer - 4 Mike Ross Student Council- 1 Yearbook - 4 HECE - 4 Homecoming Escort- 1, 4 Football- ii, 2, 3 Track - 3, 4 Basketball - 1, 2 Carlos San Miguel King Spanish lub - 3 FHA - 4 Teri Schneider HERO - Public Relations Officer Bobby Scott 4? 12 Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity- 1, 2, 3, 4 All District Football- 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity- 1, 2, 3, 4 - 411 2 All District Track - Varsity - 2 yrs. Melindi Shaw "Lenny" VICA - 4 Secretary - 4 Drafting - 4 Richey Shipley PSA Commended Student NEDT Certificate Winner National Honor Society Student Council - 3 yrs. Sergeant-at-Arms - 3 Football- 4 Varsity - 4 Track - 4 Varsity - 4 James Short Football - 1, 2, 3 Jessie Sierra "The Mexican Starsky" Rodeo Club HOSA Clu b Cath! Simons FH Key Club Drama Club Pep Squad - 1 Drill Team - 3 Cheerleader- 4 Tennis- 1, 2, 3 Varsity-1, 2 Eddie Slonaker "The S S rl VICA - 4 Student Council- 4 History Club - 4 President- 4 Chess Club- 1 , 2 "S.S." Defensive Team Mascot-4 Beth Snow Newspaper - 4 Ecology Club - 4 Glenn Steed Oceanography - 3 Donnie Steele Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 - State Solo and Ensemble National Honor Society- 4 Student Council - 4 History Club - 4 Drama Club - 3 Sue Stephens History Club - 4 National Honor Society - 4 Rifle Corps-3, 4 Squadleader-4 Swim Team - 1, 2 Varsity- 1, 2 Susan Stevenson HOSA - 2 Spanish-French - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Band -1 Husein Sukaria German-Latin Club Vice-President National Honor Society National Science Foundation Summer Science Training Program Football Barby Swisher Key Club HERO Vice-President Class Secretary -1, 3, 4 History Club - 4 FHA Historian Band - 1, 2 Cheerleader - 2, 3, 4 Head Cheerleader - 4 Freshman Class Favorite - 1 Most School Spirit- 3 Best All Around - 2 Model Homecoming Queen - 4 Homecoming Duchess - Track Basketball JV Amber Tatum Key Club - 3 Choir- 1, 2, 3, 4 Band-1,2,3,4 Sweepstakes - 3 Wind Ensemble - 3, 4 Solo and Ensemble - 3 Flag Corps - 3, 4 Captain - 4 TM - Outstanding Corps - 4 Golf- 3 District Champs - 3 Carl Tennison Band-1,2, 3,4 Stageband - 2, 3, 4 Choco-Loco Band - 2 Tim Thornton DECA - 3, 4 Chris Tiblier "Go For lt!" Library Club -1 Student Senate -1 Band - 1, 2 Track -1 Football - 1 , 2 Varsity - 1, 2 Beverly Thomas "Bev" Drill eam -1, 2, 3, 4 Outstanding Girl- 4 Major - 3, 4 Golf- 2 David Thomas Leo Club - 2 Key Club - 2 Band -1, 2, 3 UlL - State Ensemble Contest ll Div. 2 Stageband - 1, 2, 3 Tennis- 1, 2, 3 Baseball- 4 Golf- 1 Football -1 Michele Thomas History Club -4 HECE - 4 President- 4 3 Band - 1, 2 UIL - State Solo and Ensemble Contest-2nd Division -2 John Todd National Honor Society- 4 VICA-3, 4 State- Red Ribbon District- Blue Ribbon History Club - 4 Chess Club- 1, 2 Patty Trumble National Honor Society - 2, 3, 4 Key Club - 3, 4 Spanish Club - 1, 2 Drill Team - 4 Softball- 2 Volleyball- 2 Tennis - 2 Track - 3, 4 Varsity - 3, 4 Cross Country - 3, 4 Jeff Turner Photography Club National Honor Society Science Club History Club Yearbook - 3, 4 Photographer - 3, 4 Oceanography - 3 Dorene Upchurch National Honor Society - 3 4 Band-1,2,3,4 Section Leader - French Horn Ensemble -1st Division David Chris Vargas HC C ,. Key Club - 3, 4 Yearbook-4 Assistant Business Manager-4 Leo C ub - 3 Surfer Club - 2, 3, 4 Ruth Vasquez "Ruthie" FHA - 3, 4 Vice President- 3, 4 HOSA - 4 COIT Children of the Lord -4 History Club - 2, 4 Band-1,2,3,4 Coloiguard and Rifle orps-4 Leroy Viray Football- 2, 3 Basketball - 2 Track - 1 Joan Visosky National Honor Society - 3, 4 German-Latin Club - 4 Volleyball- 3, 4 JV - 3 Varsity - 4 Basketball -1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman -1 JV 2, 3 Varsity-4 Theresa Walker "Tet" Leo Club - 3 Drama Club - 3 Choir - 4 Band - 2, 3, 4 Flag Corps - 2 Rifle Corps - 3, 4 Track - 2 Billy Wallace Football - 1, 2 Track -1, 2 District 440 Relay 1st Place Vicki Walsh Choir - 2, 3 Band-1, 2, 3,4 Solo and Ensemble - 1,2, 3 State-1 Wind Ensemble - 3 4 District Band -1 ' Flag Corps - 3, 4 Solo Contest- 4 Cheryl Whistler Student Council Swim Team Basketball JV Track JV Cindy White Student Council- 1 World History Club - 4 DECA - 4 Secretary - 4 Band -1 Drill Team - 2 2nd Lt. Golf- 2 Terry Whitworth Baseball - 1 , 2, 3, 4 Basketball -2, 3, 4 Volleyball- 1, 2 Football -4 Sheilla Wiggins FTA - 3 One Way Club RAP Children of the Lord Gospel Truth Choir Band Volleyball - 1, 2, 3, 4 JV-1 Varsity-2, 3, 4 Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity-1, 2, 3, 4 Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity- 1, 2, 3, 4 Nathan Wilkey DECA Paul D. Williams Thespian Club - 2, 3, 4 Drama Club- 1, 2, 3, 4 ArtClub-1,2,3 Library Assistant-2, 3 Library Club - 2, 3 Math Assistant-2, 3 Newspaper Staff-2, 3 Assistant Coach - 1, 2, 3 Steve Williams VICA- Drafting I and ll District- 1st and 2nd Place State 1st Place Scott Wiza "Scotty" Student Senate - 1, 3 German Club -1 French Club - 2 Drama Club - 1, 2 Track- 1, 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track -1, 2 Cross Country - 1, 2, 3 Wrestling Team - 1, 2 Journalism - 4 Soccer - 1 Football - 1, 2, 4 Danny Workman Band-1,2, 3,4 Symphonic- 1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Band - 2, 3, 4 Tim Young FCA- 3 History Club - 2, 4 Key Club-3, 4 Leo Club-3 Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity it3O Honorable Mention - 4 Hardest Hitter - 2 Baseball - 4 George Zachmann VIC - 2 Treasurer - 2 DECA - 4 W HC Wiza, Scott orkman, Danny Young, Tim Z hman, George C Lt Rhd Ml Rb Hlly Don't walk in front of me I may not follow Don't walk behind me I may not lead Just walk beside me and be my friend SENIGRS 1980 A VERY SPECIAL CLASS f1Wff'if GRADUATICN - IVIAY 27, 1980 .9 'Wiz-iz. -1 5 ibfif L ? N gggi., A SPECIAL NIGHT FOR SPECIAL SENIORS ,,, bl I it TZ- +..,. Y N 5.5 - M L Y ,K -.s , ,LA-n, .Q 2. -V - L 1, 4 -, ,,,, - V -. J A' ,.. - - ,.,,, ,, I ---.. -.... - --..g 1' , Y Y '1 52, 1 4 --"1 1. --... . .- -...... -., -.. .QQ iq -...... .-.... .i..... ..... .. , M.,N .......F,... .......-..-. i.. . .,M..,,..,..,HH '7Z7"7' 47' f f f 'Af 7 'frifzlwvf ' an H, 44 li rf ' 5.3 Q f 1 ff! 'ff ww,g 1 W gr xx UW? ' '1 N-NS Q, 'C 11 r M x : sf! U X wx 'J 45, ,. xnn-1 ' """w J 1 f , A X f' ffl as Z S xx..- K, .- Nrf- u ASQ" ,- U- I av'- X s 'A 5' .. if r y I A V 1 . .' , I , f ' .' 1 , , x Q -, - ,. I 1 , A I . X , Y xi. V' r ' I - V I -' 3, U , Y I Y J , 'A n '-' ' f 1 . ' , v ' 1' - ' V I. . . ' l Y 4 , Y , f A ' ' 4 ., ' ' I , 1 i I , K f ' ' X 4 . 1 ' ' ' 5 1 '. I , 1 I ' 1 .V A , , - f I 1 f . ' 'yi 1 A I 4 j l V A , , .u,,.,, - 4 ..l . 1 1. . af- ?5:L'n - ' , A P ' . . ,A' ,, jug"-Q 5 - Ar.: -FL, L br. .zz -' ,, A f ,. L ' ' A - . - - A 714-f -.. ,1 'iT'?2"" EEP GRADE J! x, 1 Mr. James Gibson, PRINCIPAL 1 ffl 5 V I .rri Wi V., fr .f 1 A - ffji?Q,VE,' J if . fir' - .K .,,, , ... f - .. f V, .fr W.: 1 ' 1 -Yu ' 4 The 1979-1980 school year found changes taking place at Flour Bluff High School. A cafe- teria was opened in the high school, Construc- tion on a new gymnasium and auditorium was begun, and renovation of the football stadium facilities took place. Our athletic teams contin- ued to represent our school in an outstanding manner led by our football team which enjoyed its first winning season since 1970. New staff members joined us and together we were dedicated to providing the best edu- cational climate possible for our students. We welcomed a large number of new students to Hornet Land and they along with returning classmates demonstrated the kind of Hornet Spirit that has helped to make our school the fine educational institution it is today. The ordering of graduation invitations and the measuring of caps and gowns for seniors, the delivery of senior rings to the Juniors, and the installation of 40 new members into the National Honor Society were a few of the mem- orable events during the year at the home of the Hustlin' Hornets. Graduation and the pres- entation of diplomas was the culmination of another fine academic year. l congratulate and praise the 1980 graduates of Flour Bluff High School. With the departure of the seniors, our challenge again is to the underclassmen to reach higher and work harder as they strive toward the successful completion of both their high school education and their personal goals. . fi' -WWA li'l' s if , ll "5 -E ,... l A Mr. Jim Littlefield, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 'K . . . I . ' 1 1 74 A' 9 fl . I QMMX ,ITV fix' fy! , ..f' U ,, . 7 ,f ' if 7 H ff' i-.' . ' I! 9 !,r. f X . A ., :kyy . ' tbtlr I.. . ff, , ,,,. I ,vtlllvc W MW . 1 Q f-.r: Mrs. Barbara Robinson, SECRETARY 87 , 'L a s Mg. QE? "Janis" - Attendance Clerk , V 'L' ., , ffl if ,ai Mrs. Harrington - Registrar ,..,,,, ,, aff? t ,- Mr. Howard - Truant Officer 1979-80 COACHING STAFF 8 L If 5 4 Bill Fthyne - Athletic Director Ma., Back Row: Wayne Williams, Rocky French, Robert Brooke, Terry Darby, Billy Cox. Middle Flow: J. W, Cradoct, Mike Fountain, Nancy Miner, Vicky Avant, Frances Perry, John Fritsch. Front Row: George Herro, Johnny Anderson. Not Pictured: Bill Beaty. LIBRARY SCIENCE I aca aa I ART CHCJIR, BAND Constance Vallie Yolanda Garcia, Lupe Garcia MATHEMATICS Back Row: Jesus Longoria, Beth Huckabee, David Rubao, Barbara Godeke, Dale London. Front Ftow: Marilyn Miller, Lynn Starr, Betty Christensen. DRIVERS EDUCATIDN Bin Beary J. Fi. Larson E, ENGLISH Left to Right: Lucia Sutherland, Dorothy Lawson, Sharon Polk, Karen Anderson, Albert FitzGeraId III, Angela Hairston Norma Morgan, Jeannette Chapman. LANGUAGES HEALTH Ayme Morales, Jerry Sexton Mike Trudeau, Lynn Hancock O CGUNSELGRS Left to Right: Sid Walsh, Trudy Morris, Ed Springer Gaye Hay VGCATIONAL 1 L, K Q lm., 5 , sd . X gi- . p f, f if - ' 43' , Q .Q -r M A -3 H4 . . Sy gg! ' 235, - Front Row, L-R: Margie Avery, Shirlene Ferguson, Judy King, Candace Baugh, Rita Hall, Billie Linscomb. Back Row, L-R Perry Gabbart, William Hayes, Ross Lamb, Ed Springer. Not Pictured: Linda Cooper. HISTGRY BUSINESS CVAE Left to Right: Darlene Kenne, Joyce Briscoe, Barbara Kilgore, Genny Gowens, Helen Tatar. Left to Right: Jerry Massingill, Cora Klein, Kay Mecom. Left to Right: Carr Miller, Mary Rodman, Ellen McDaniel, Polly Pearce. tt wi Vim. it my-Wi Sx 'EN i Q 5 t,....4t..QLQM,,fr, .,,. ,. ,ir r Q5 L 5' - , x mn A 45 , f K , - A Ziff? Brenda Griggs and Norman Ostrander our outstanding Jan Greer and Eloy Pena custodians! fi QPR 41 ,fr r fmm Left to Bight: Hilmer Schweirzke, Dale London, Kenneth Barnes, Beth Huckabee, David Bartling. LEADERS AT ADMINISTRATION Bertha Graham is Mr. CIaborn's Secretary. Superintendent: W. K. Claborn :QL Ifr, H H . 1 Ile Ifat fs - Executive Assistant to the Superintendent: Ft. H. Richards Receptionist: Suzie Zwernemann FLUUR BLUFF I Box-xno .S.D. As each school year passes by, to the students, it is just one more of the many twelve of meeting new friends and surviving the drudgery of school work. But, for the administration and school board members, it is a year of very hard work and many long hours trying to provide the best education and facilities for the students at Flour Bluff. As the new year, 1980, arrived so did a brand new primary school. Plans for a new junior high school, gymnasium, band hall and other constructions are already in the making. Flour Bluff I.S.D. is already one of the best academic schools in the United States and within the next few years its facilities should 0 F also be top ranking. TRUSTEES ,-ff' '-1 Standing: Jim Duncan, Everett Allen, Carol Karter, Ralph Krause. Sitting: John Visosky, John Kennedy, Flay Smith. OM ' S N f '-I I O My MEN N W RWNG NG BLUFFING FROIVI THE FLOUR BLUFF HORNETS , l l l LW- l , ,f ,gunz CW! , , , f, ,, mf Back Row, L to R: Coach Herro Coach French Coach Fritshz Richey Shipley Lou Philli s T R' , , , , p , ony utter, Danny Jackson, Billy Scott, Donny Isbell, Terry Whitworth Willie Wiggins, Randy Haas, Coach Cox, Coach Cradoct. Mid. Row, L to R: Coach Williams, Coach Tomez, Kevin Reems, Larry Albin, John Patteson, Rob Fawcett Pat Lanzener, Joe Center, Jerry Filip, Steve Ritter, Ramsey Rivera, Bobby Scott, Steve Raines, and Coach Billy Rhyne. Front Row, L to R: Tim Hackney, Kelly Bell Bernice Gasowitz, Ray Cortez, Sue Bandiga, Keith Campbell, Joe Trumble, Melissa Richardson, Brian Buchanan, Robin Nall, Tim Young, Cathy Simons, Chris Tibi- lier, Barbie Swisher, Harvey Patteson, Charles Steinkuehler. ....1.gl 99 One of the most thrilling things about sports is the feel- ing of success. One who is labeled a loser but suddenly becomes a winner, one who feels inadequate but sud- denly becomes confident, one who has been a pushover and all at once is a force to be reckoned with. What football fan at the Bluff will ever forget the 1979 football season. What player here will ever cease to remember the effort the dedication and the will power that was exerted to bring about a revival of the Hornet Football Team. It wasn't all honey and roses. The very first game with Taft was very painful because we lost and we wanted to win the first game so very much. Then the Premont game provided us with so much elation because it was the very first victory in such a long time. The second victory came over Ingleside and added much to our self-confidence. Then came Gregory-Portland and the question arose whether we had the stuff to even be on the field with them. The sting of defeat was eased somewhat due to the fact we played a fine game, especially our defense unit. Now the Tuloso-Midway situation was something else. After what looked like a humiliating defeat, the Hornets astounded the Warriors and all others who stayed in the' final two minutes and scored 20 points to tie the score. Oh, what jubiliation there was for the Hornets. Then came the solid victory over Rockport. West Oso followed and another fantastic come back late in the game that seemed to assure us of another victory, however, we learned how the other shoe feels as the Bears gave us a dose of our own medicine by scoring in the last 30 sec- onds. The Sinton game was rather boring as the Honrets methodically earned another victory. Homecoming gmaes are very special, and against Calallen, the Hornets notched their first win for the ex's and the loyal fans. A very tough game that saw the lead change several times before it ended. Again a big mile- stone as it assured the Hornets of a winning season. The final game with Beeville proceeded to be another thriller that saw Beeville squeezing by the Hornets as the clock ran out. As a coach the season was one of the most enjoyable parts of my career. To be around a bunch of boys such as the '79 Hornets was certainly inspiring. I will be eternally grateful to the seniors for their leader- ship and adaptability in my first year at Flour Bluff. Rss Larry Albin unloads with full force on the West Oso quarterback. The staisfaction of an astounding comeback shows in the faces of tw close brothers. 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ENDS SEASGN WITH 3-6-1 RECORD t fl ti Q , 1, X, 9.4 A I 1 , X 5 rm Back Row: Coach French, Bobby Baumgart, Mike Esse, Eric Flitter, Kevin Cochrel, Billy Stevenson, Carl Elles, Mike Pichinson, Coy Lon- don, Junior Flores, Bret Taylor, Mike O'Dougherty, Coach Cox. Middle Flow: Greg Wiggins, Pat O'Brien, Bill Alm, John Kirby, Scott McCord, Jamie Foy, David Krause, James Thornburg, Doug Govan, Fred Akins. Bottom Flow: Danny Phelps, James Scott, Jeff Moreland, Nick Harrington, Andy Martinez, Martin Lichorvvicz, David Keener, Matt Menard, James Hendrix, and Manager Mack Mead. The 1979-80 Junior-Varsity Hor- nets ended the season with a district record of 3 wins, 6 losses and 1 tie. The J.V. Offense shined as quarter- back John Fine completed many passes to receivers Greg Wiggins and Mike Pichinson. The running game was brilliant with such backs as Doug Govan, Pat O'Brien and Jamie Foy scrambling for precious yards. The defense was always tough throughout the long hard sea- son. The entire J.V. team practiced very hard in the summer and into the year. Probably the most remem- bered game was in Rockport, when the J.V. came from behind to beat J the Pirates. Pat O'Brien drives for a tough first down against the West Oso Bears. Q . I , '.,,. ., - ...sis-A. Greg Wiggins and Kevin Cochrel pursue a missed tackle to prevent a touchdown. ff' 1 1' im'-s.. W u, Junior Flores gets a heavy rush from the W.O defense as he punts the ball. The powerful J.V. offense gets ready to fire on the defense. 'Qi ww will 'I'-4 LADY HDRNETS TAKE SECOND IN DISTRICT 5' 35 This year's girls' Varsity Volleyball Team took second f place in the district 15-3A race with a 9-3 record. Two of their losses were to the first place team, Gregory-Pom land and one to Rockport. The Hornets' victories were against West Oso, Tuloso Midway, Beeville and Sinton, defeating each of them twice, and Rockport once. During district competition these Lady Hornets never ceased to impress fans and three of them received hon- ors for their outstanding abilities. Susan Okenfuss and Marcia Boyer were awarded with All-District honors, and Sheila Wiggins received Honorable Mention, all three are Seniors. 1 Senior Pictures: Starting at the Top Going Counterclock- wise: Marcia Boyer: Chosen All-District, All Tourney at Bishop, 334. Joyce Carwile: A team setter, 4124. Kathy Dean: Strong spiker, it12. Darla Mecom: A team setter and r 2 Team Picture: Back Row. L. to R.: Saige Nase, Lynn Col- lins, Sheila Wiggins, Nora Cantu, Coach Avant. Front Row: Marcia Boyer, Susan Okenfuss, Joyce Carwile, Kathy Dean, Darla Mecom, and Joan Visosky. spiker, 4130. Susan Okenfuss: Chosen All-District and All Tourney at Alice, 1143. Joan Visosky: Strong server and setter, 335. Sheila Wiggins: Received Honorable Mention in district play, it22. HDRNETS RECEIVE NEW CCACH Q The overall record for the Hornets was 14-8. They competed in two tournaments, one in Alice and the other in Bishop. At Alice the lady Hornets took third place and Susan Okenfuss was awarded All-Tourney. In the Bishop action Marcia Boyer received the All-Tourney honors while the team placed fourth. All the volleyball players this year were coached by Vicki Avant, a High School rookie coach from Floresville Junior High. She established herself here at Flour Bluff by producing two winning teams this year, the Varsity who placed second in district and the Junior Varsity who took the title of district Co- Champs. CFIOWNED DISTRICT CG-CHAMPS The Girls' Junior Varsity Volleyball Team reached the rank of champions when they captured the title of District Co-Champs this season. The team powered by all Sophomores share their title with Gregory-Portland. In their two outings against G-P they won once and they did the same against Sinton. All the other teams that the Lady Hornets confronted in district play they defeated twiceg Rockport, West Oso, Tuloso Midway, and Beeville. Although in J.V. competition All-District players are not selected, Laura Gentry and Robin Beauregard managed to receive high honors for their abilities. In the Alice J.V. Tourna- ment, Beauregard and Gentry were awarded All-Tourney and at the Freer Varsity Tournament Beauregard was selected at an All-Tourney player. As a team, the Hornets captured first place in the Alice tournament and second at the Freer Varsity Tournament. ' e Nong Team Picture L to R Back Flow Laura Gentry Kim Haddox Sue Gray Tava Johnson. Center Row: Coach Fountain, Cheri Cochrell, Keli Haney, Cheryl Scott Glenda Hatch FrontRow Robin Beauregard Michelle Hestand Melody Finkhaus. FISH FLOUNDEFI WITH 2-8 FIECDRD This year's Freshman Volleyball team had a tough season and finished with a 2-8 record. Gregory-Portland was the only team the Hornets defeated. Their losses were to Beeville, Rockport, Sinton, and Tuloso-Midway. The team consisted of Sandy Adams, Chris Botkin, Lori Graber, Debbie Holley, Julie McFarlane, Melinda Martinez, Yvonne Matthews, Melinda Ritter, and Dee Dee Rose. xi Team Picture: Very Back, L. to R.: Chris Botkin, Coach Avant. Next Row: Manager Mildred Hagood, Melinda Fiiiter, Debbie Holley. Julie McFarlane. Middle Two: Lori Graber, Sandy Adams. In Center: Melinda Martinez. Bottom Flow: Dee Dee Rose, Yvonne Matthews. I I PCRTS AUTOGRAPHS ' W ' pf v Q -fo 1 E VARSITY 'S w -2Z 26 4 ,i D.. ,QV ff, f Mm? f,,,.,.A, m A '- 'f-4fA 7527 I Rockport-Fulton 0 West Oso M' 28 Sinton O Calallen 20 BeeviIIe 19 RECORDS ' Overallrfi-4-1 D istrig:t: 3-3-1 Poarch-Trumble -H4 st Cdoublesj SCOREBOARD ,EE2:A. '- fm? S ta- 1--1 !1i-lr F W1 . I: , ., 61 M H 1 BQY'S BASKETBALL use THEM 75 oaiauen -1 611 51, Roclg ort-Fulton 50 481 ,l,,Zg 44 58' 5 9 76 : 6 , - 1 A169 9 I' l .,., . 4. 4 n I fibci MN 2 - 0 H unon ,VZWJSB 43 gf 46 67 gaeeviiig 1 50 Gregbry-Pqfrtland 48 West O50 82 Tgjoso-Midway O63 TIECORDS 1 Overall: 21-10 District: 9-5 - -M 2944 .wc 1 Q -1-M4,,,w,4,, , -1 1114234 TRACK SEASON , z. X- - - ...Q it X K fs- . 555N5555 ,Q N -ff g 1- M ',-,'., OSO 2 2 0 1 2 Smton 2 2 2 Overall: 14-8 'Nun District: 9-3 my , , ,nl M I W ,, M1 f 'Ur MH ... +2:..,,-..-,.V..., ,.... -sms.,-w.N,e.m,fmmuw..wfmn-we.-lf.-1. ,mul-mlm. ,H M .f lUS w.,,,4-Q,v,4fA.,.,,,f, .gV.,f,, ,V V, ,Q f ,fy f ,1 11,5 P" .2.l Qll , 1,fixi7lE?5i1121-11BA1SEBALL 1 tlftltl Y tlt 1 '57 ttllt lttit tlrlt ltlft tfii 1 1 'trf' rlrirr i'it's'l 1 ' i't t1 1l lltyr' 1 ' t1l'l it Qii?WfW6stl1Oso ' 1f11 1 - ICHIHIIGH 11 113 01N-9-OJOJQJ, me ,lg Qs fe' is ' ti Sinton Rockport-Fulton it 1 G E. -O W 1? S Q. E ,Nm 54 U3 Q, CD: S. 5 -D-ODOOGUNI-409-LCJ1 22tQ1t1t1 21tt1t G 1regory-Portland af. O 4 CD 'T El 7 ID com 4bO?J'mS?g 005621, 9 S 3.550 2 fn QT: 2 3 I. 3 O oil 5'?' 3 90 CD 1 , 3' 1. 1 Wg 79 F.B. HUSTLING Danny Jackson David Claborn Terry Whitworth Scott Walker Coach Batey Coach Batey, Joe Washington, Ernest Scott, Randy Thornburg, Frank Filip, Terry Whitworth, David Claborn, Danny Jackson, Willie Wiggins, Scott Walker, Steve Barth, Vernon Mast. ,Z Steve Barth Joe Washington Willie Wiggins Ernest Scott Vernon Mast Randy Thornburg HCJRNETS 80 wfmugffivlzff - ., .4-naps., Left. Scott Walker shows the great form for free throws. Fhght: Davld Claborn goes for an easy two points. 7 " MMM EE , ,,rh,, n'-,,.,, Junior standout Ernest Scott muscles up for a shot against Rockport Pirates. fwfr f""i 355-if Danny Jackson heads down court after a layup CLABGRN, JACKSCN ALL DISTRICT Danny Jackson gets ready to rebound as Joe Washington tries for basket. M63 ,,., . ,,,. , I 4 -1 -- t, MM fag! 7,6 . mv.. , " I7 .54 ', ' ,Z Q, 'f , ,LV ' ' X X af , fn f, f W , ff W' ff f , 1::':1--A-Av!! N., I dW.,,, U,-f,,,.w"-"" ., , ,,., W,-.qui David, alias "Buddy," shows perfect form. Left: Danny looks for another assist. The Varsity Boys Basketball team, coached by Bill Batey, finished a respectable third in their dis- trict. Led by precise shooting of Danny Jackson, the rebounding of David Claborn, and the height of Joe Washington, the Hornets finished with a 22-11 record. The team entered three tourneys during their season, finishing second in Port Lavaca and third in Falfurrias and Laredo. The 79-80 season, being Coach Batey's first season at F.B.H. was successful. He commented the team should have a strong year upcoming for only three seniors graduated. GET 'EM HOR- NETS!!! WASHINGTUN - SCPHOIVICRE STAN DGUT Wlgivs- " 594 wi m ff' ri David Claborn sets up another play as Danny and "Too TaIl" look for ball. N -wg I 75'-iff' J . f,., I , , , 7, ,lg f, V4 f , fr: i'ffZnhzW2WAQmgz ,,'f 1 ,Q 5, q, ,L,,,,,,,'m I ,. H Kid , , 15. e If wx 5 5 Ar, sq ,.,, . V Q i . M ,f ,k-, b mv' IAQ, , Q I K G - fi? Q fy,-,.f 5 , 'V 5. , jf ' 'l ii is V V241 ' . "f, 1 L V, -M3'7'41'A- I ' , Q' ,. 5 K, 1 4 , Q 'cf w ,K .I Q., , , Qt I , -U' , 5 .fQ'?,, " ",, ff , "ff J r ' , ,, H, ..5,gZq5ff,f.f 1,-rs! r 1 l frrr r ' 5' K Kvyfw, , rf, . ,-f, Qfaxiyf f-'fl ji, I i fy . ,. .,,, 1 N ., Musclemen Danny and Joe push opponents away to defend their goal. Sophomore Superstar Joe Washington adds another point to a victory. wddnwnammf fww V ,,., , , Danny leads a fast break attack. CGACH DARBY LEADS JV Pla maker Gre Y 9 Wiggins passes to open man. N-t Junior Donny Isbell looks for open man underneath basket. l I l i J.V. Coach Terry Darby. Eric Ritter, Aaron Rhyne, Scott McCord, Larry Rosen, Donny Isbell, John Kirby, Leonard Jack- son, Jimmy Neal, Greg Wiggins, Coach Terry Darby. Larry Rosen has a baby f3Ce. TCD SUCCESSFUL .500 SEASCN ., f-,f we-PM 4 fb? T' 'kS 4 , ' 'Z i ' .- 4552 --" 9 f 4 1 Aaron Rhyne makes an easy ,ff l atWfllii,"iff-5f?f'ff'7V?5'f 5:f'25ii'Q,7f"i"i? ,""',' Q T if , X ,., T t "', Q ,,, , 1 QQ 'k,, , 'k" 3 2 ,V ' -',, 4 11- Q 2 soon. Eric Ritter looks A,,S M . 1 as ' downcourt. , A y 1 T -' Coach Darby talks strategy with the team. The F.B. Junior Varsity boys basketball team had a very successful year, with a 11-13 record. During the season, the Junior standout was Randy Thornburg with a 16 pt. average per game including outstanding rebounding. Coach Terry Darby did a great job in coaching the 1979-1980 team. He was quoted as saying, "I feel that we have some players who will be definite assets to the Var- sity team next year. I thoroughly enjoyed this season and this team." The team has a very optimistic outlook for next season. Good luck and many more victories and especially those against T-M!!! Eotphomore leader Greg Wiggins is all alone at the bas- e . THCFINBURG, WIGGINS LEAD JV STATS .ww -f.f l Wiggins has great form? Eric Ritter puts one more in for the Hornets. Donny goes high for two against the Bears. Left: Larry Rosen wins jump over con- tender. Love that face Greg! i FISH GAIN EXPERIENCE WITH SEASCN Aaron Tatum wins jump- ball. Above Right: Playmaker, Roy Ftiojas, dribbles down for fastbreak. , . Todd Sells shoots The ninth grade basketballers, coached by Coach George Herro, played their season in halves. Their final season record ended in them winning eleven and losing eleven. The team really appeared strong towards the end of the season win- ning nine of eleven games. The fish were rewarded with such talent as the outstanding shooting of Jimmy Neal, the great rebounding of Todd Sells, and the overall talent of Bobby Jackson. Coach Herro commented that the Freshman proved them- selves a group with much talent and future. Left: Bobby Jackson, Todd Sells, Bill Fawcett, Paul Cochran, Carvel Sellers, Kevin Washing- ton, Coach Herro, David DeLeon, Roy Riojas, Benny Cunningham, Jeff Beauregard, Flay Kite, Aaron Tatum, Bryan Viso- sky, David Banks. fit. two. r Coach Herro LADY HCRNETS TAKE IT 23 7 i l Team Picture: Standing: Coach Mike Foun- tain. Sitting, L to Fl: Sheila Wiggins, Susan Okenfuss, Joan Visosky, Tina Buttler, Susan Claborn, Marcia Boyer, Valerie Gentry, Joyce Carwiie, Kathy Dean, Teresa Kennedy. Not in Picture: Robin Beauregaurd, Lynn Collins, and Carol Shields. Senior Individuals: Clockwise: MARCIA BOYER: "She worked extremely hard to be the best she could and played to the best of her potential." - Coach Fountain - TINA BUTTLER: "Her desire and hustle exemplified the entire Lady Hornet basketball team." - Coach Fountain - JOYCE CARWILE: "Her attitude and desire gave the entire team a much needed lift every game she played." - Coach Fountain - KATHY DEAN: "Fantastic attitude and a good team member." ii? ' f ,f 7, ,, W' ? ,W 12 - Coach Miner - SUSAN OKENFUSS: "Best athlete l've ever. coached." - Coach Fountain - JOAN VISOSKY: "Great determination she stayed when a lot of people would have walked away." - Coach Miner - SHEILA WIGGINS: "She has more heart than most people twice her size." - Coach Fountain -- ALL THE WAY T0 STATE A dream come true. The varsity team reached for the highest star and got a glimpse of it. They earned the right to be one of four teams to represent the 3A class in the State Tournament and went even further by reaching the finals. The Lady Hornets met up with Dumas there and were downed 53-43. But on their way to the big one the Hornets completed their district play with a perfect record of 14-0. The two most significant games were against Tuloso-Midway beating them in both by only four points, 30-26 and 42-38. In the Bi-District game the Lady Hornets defeated Roma, 68-36, with a surprisingly large margin. Refugio was the site of the Regional showdown between our Hor- nets and Bay City. Bay City was the first of only three teams to beat the Lady Hornets. They did this in the Victo ria Tournament with a score of 49-43. But in the Regional game the Hornets didn't let down a single fan because they defeated Bay City 55-44. With this victory they then advanced to the semi-finals of the State Tournament in Austin. Matched against Azle, the Lady Hornets played before more than 300 fans and thoroughly satisfied everyone of them by stopping Azle 42-31. With this win they earned the right to play in the State finals against Dumas. Dumas arose the victors with a score of 63-43 With this game the Lady Hornets who were ranked fifth in the State at the beginning of the season finished in sec ond place. 'is - fin., Upper Left: Senior Tina Buttler 1233 passes to Susan Okenfuss C323 to add to her list of assists. Upper Right: Senior Sheila Wiggins C225 springs into action once more. Center: Coach Fountain. . , if 5 M Ihyy f 5 s: at 2 i 2 -l,,CZ w . Lower Left: Junior Susan Claborn f15j shoots one of many freethrows at the State Tournament. Lower Right: Senior Joyce Carwlle 1241 shows her shooting form as she advances the Lady Hornets two more points in their 42-31 victory over Azle in the State Tournament. LADY HURNETS FINISH sad vt, Upper Left: The Lady Hornets gather around for a final word before the semi-final game of the State Tournament against Azle. Upper Right: Senior Susan Okenfuss C325 puts to use one of her many inside moves. Lower Left: Senior Sheila Wiggins shows that she has more than just a pretty shot as she puts the move on Tuloso Midway's Bev Arneke. Lower Right: Junior Susan Claborn shoots a freethrow during the G-P game in front of a home crowd. DISTRICT WITH PERFECT RECCRD --t Z4 'Z' 'nn ..,.,....,,,--ww .X tt wad' ' ., .tw QT M-"TM A 543026: k,.- Q 3 K, 3 it .X Upper Left: Senior Kathy Dean C121 shows excellent form as she takes a power shot in the State Finals against Dumas. Upper Right: Senior Sheila Wiggins confuses her guard by driving her into another defender. Lower Left: Senior Susan Okenfuss attempts one of her famed 20 footers as Marcia Boyer C345 and Robin Beauregard C143 look on. Lower Right: Painted on the wall of the varsity dressing room, this was a constant reminder of what it takes to be champions. JUNICR VARSITY HAS This year's Junior Varsity Lady Hornets completed the season with an overall record of 26-2. And held a 19 game winning streak before falling to Calallen with a score of 18-30. They finished the season by winning five straight games and concluding district play with a 9-2 record. The only other team the Hornets fell victim to was Gregory Portland, with a score of 27-37. On their path of victories the Lady Hornets averaged 39.2 points per game while holding their opponents to a mere 21.7 points. They also out scored them from the floor 2 to 1. Although the Hornets scored fewer freethrows than their opponents 1148 to 1545 they shot a higher percentile, 42.286'X,. The Hornets also committed a total of ten more fouls than their opponents, 412 to 402. The highest amount of points that the Lady Hornets scored in one game was 57 and the lowest was 18. 41 points was the highest any one team scored against our Hornets in one game and 6 was the lowest. I JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Back Flow, L. to Ft.: Latrice Sellers, Kelly Greenlee, Lynn Collins, Sue Gray, Kim Haddox. Center Row, L. to R.: Manager Michele Hestand, Tava Johnson, Saige Nase, Pam Buchanan, Liz Barker, Carol Calcinari, Coach Nancy Miner. Front Row, L. to R.: Virginia DeLeon, Melody Finkhaus, Margaret Rodriguez, Glenda Hatch. WINNING SEASGN i 3' 'til Upper Left: Carol Shields takes her inside shot as everyone eagerly Lower Left' Carol Calcinari powers up her shot during a fast break awaits the outcome. Upper Right: Latrice Sellers holds her form as she Lower Right: The players catch a few Zzzz's during half-time. follows her shot to the bucket. , FBESHIVIEN BBEAK ,,..,..l.1.,.m1l .,1,.,: V. Q ,X..a,.v. aw ff . E 5 i FRESHMEN BASKETBALL TEAM Team Picture: Standing: Coach Vicki Avant, and Lori Graber. Sitting, L. to R.: Melissa Baker, Elsa Martinez, Melinda Martinez, Connie Martinez, Yvonne Matthews, Kari Thomas, Mildred Hagood, Dee Dee Rose, Tarrena Capell, Sandy Adams, Melinda Ritter. Not in Picture: Julie McFarlane. This years Freshmen team finished its season with a 10-9 overall record and a 3-5 district record. The three victories in district were against Rockport ftwicej and Beeville, the scores were 30-18, 43-39, and 18-8 respec- tively. These Lady Hornets participated in two tournaments, one at Flour Bluff and the other at Alice. In the Flour Bluff Tournament Yvonne Matthews received All-tourney hon- ors. Matthews, along with Dee Dee Rose, was also awarded All-tourney at the Alice Tournament. The two highest scorers were Yvonne Matthews with a total of 114 points and an average of 6.3 points a game. while Melinda Ritter averaged 5.6 points and gathered a total of 107 points. EVEN CJVERALL 42' if l f fl .za f ,. N6 ,V ,4 i lr V f 44 f if ir' , ,,,f-35 MM i ' " N j wus! 3 -7 IV, X Q .I V v K-I .. wx , , ,.,, " N . -f i 'A ,if H .-4--""""' . "'a"w Upper Left: Connie Martinez demonstrates her freethrow technique Lower Left: The team gathers around Coach Avant during a time-out for during a home game. Upper Right: Dee Dee Rose shows a few of her a few quick tips. Lower Right: Yvonne Matthews shows her quickness in moves to her defender. dribbling against a T-M defender. V - fi i5m,,,,,,,J -,.. ,fn , 4,-, ,,.,. , .Y - my -r-,.wrywaAnwmmn714L"1tfr,L,.'1MmCLm'fuIAlvn1'fM fu- .-, BUY'S GOLF TEAM f waz ,X 1' ,Q f " , f ,W 'f' 2 My f My 6, V A j L!,,y,,:,2?g?fiff, ,W , I N, tgtfm Mg. , may f , A , 4, , ,L . Fr, X ' A f -" -Q , 7374: V f' , ,' .4 am v f my ,Aim ,,,, I . H V , ,. . N "9f ' ,v ,,w", 4-, , ' A ,Q . i . - 4::.,,,2 'mf'-" 3:1 of - ,amy V B , A 53- u,,.M:W . f ' V ,f'1fi ,,1L,z,fw ' EM' ff if , , A.. 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Back: Coach Darby 1 db GIRLS GULF TEAM wk, 41 f J' Kim Layton :hy if ,ff f 4,,w,Vw, 1 , , , wr, E 4 ff 3 1 V, W. .i W , ,f f - - j f ,ff '?ff',ffyf" ,gf I V .ff Q Kim DeGaish Diana Riojas . .,,,1,wg5.ifrf1a-I "ii , -..-. T-'f1..g" ll, f, 'm'w' .M.W..umwJfmm-m1fyi.f,m- :f,w,wwmimrW4, - ,,, K ff 1 gf pm 1 ,Wh U 94 GUYS CHALK-UP A The 1979-1980 Varsity Boys Track team had an exceptional season. ln having a new coach, the men performed and their excellent abilities showed. The junior that went to regionais was Willie Wiggins. He placed second in the 440 yd. dash which qualified him for Stateg he placed 6th in state competition. The two sophomores that qualified for regionais were Rob Fawcett and Greg Wiggins. Rob ran the 220 yd dash and placed 7th and Greg placed 8th in the long jump. Scott Ousley, senior, helped the team by the points he chalked up at meets throughout the season, placing high in all events. -gf f 'ff' Q wg 1 , sv? X s. GREAT TRACK SEASGN r 'swf-M ff' ...N ' t .af-4 "" -A-kk l fi' 1 VW?- 5-. V. If g ' , W l 4. I E r . Group: Scott Ousley, Coach Williams, Pat O'Brein, Jimmy Neal, Greg Wiggins Rob Fawcett, Pat Lanzener fSkeetsJ, Steve Ritter, Willie Wiggins, Billy Stevenson Mike Smith, and Coach Cradoct. Top: Willie pushes for an extra inch. Top Left Jimmy shows the form for the high jump. Above: Scott kicks for the end of the pit Left: Pat leans for finish. NEW CCJACH BRINGS SUCCESS ,sq . f 4 , f- 2 V M i uf ug, ' Evan In 1195435 Wa. b MQ, ggi , 4 iv Y., 1- n4 i I V-...- ff I I M frs r. , '33 ,-aw 34 , A - T f ,v 2 E'l!!'l it l . ' , ' ef iw -vv' -r :eww-' P m -- is JM, .-Ig, -14, ' ' 4 'S' " 0 ' ' . 2' ,ff 4.-..Ld.:,N1 ' 'V tg? 'Z , . ,. -'ffr-ff? j . , :Lf , ' -KH -f.- tv ' 'iw V -Mm V- -' Q 'Wlfp " r . !,i,,f:.7V Kam-A V, . l f qw , N-I VV 1 ,, F- , ' '," .. ' 'w ' ,,,. 1 'K "" ' ij -' 1 ' ' f". 5 in '--dum, f' M395 --" 12. . f. V , JA .f., ,-.-mb fc 'Y+',f: "'- , - ,- atm'-. ,. ' ' , fl' . ,,,, ,Sf - ,.f-'wow Jw., . , , , ,rf ,I , ' 'f-firm i ., ' , 'f' rf ' ' " ' ' ff A . ' " r w it it S S .V ,r , A ' 3 ,V ,"- f 'f-' ' 75" r, f , ' , " ,','.,, , , - f,Lf-, :gg effigy -V1 ffr,j:1izflZa,A1Q1Lf' wy5,g, If W, ' 'UT f ' . f' '-" 4' 111, ,'-1,:,f-4.y,.-v-vfm 'fm ' f. if-':1:Wff::wrlfmfs, f f ' ', f , " K ', V "" f www'-A-'N - e at , , ,f.49ff,"g I , S.,, f ,'S' f I " I ,kV,.,V. Vk,Vk x Top Left: Pat finishes race in the lead. Top Right: Larry flies over .J--f""w ' f, , ' ' uf. 4'3o':'::4m2f?ff4p',-"f:2'wJ ' V. ' ' Vr7,fi"f'L , fifwy. V " ' ' 'Q ' r 4. ., il'431315f1f2551ff2?if'f'"Y"'rfi 1:42 f - f -',v,,1.-7.1.-1, ,,g,a,+:,g-.,fg,g',l,f-1115 Us hurdle. Above: Greg prepares himself for the 440 yd. relay. Mid- Wm W, , dle: Greg strives for the finish line. Right: Billy gives all he's got in xi" throwing the discus. f 4 'S YGUNGER MEN HAVE GUSTO r 1 v i Top: Troy Brocker receives handoff from Keith Hartman. Top Right: Keith pulls ahead of opponents. Above: Mike throws shot put with all his might. Center: Chris runs for the ribbon. Group, Top to Bottom: Coach Williams, Coach Cradoct, Glenn Summers, Paul Cochren, J.B. Hammond, Mike O'Docharty, Lyndon Jack- , son, Keith Hartman, James Smith, Troy Booker, Richard Root, Chris Winters, Paul Campos, Donald Dennis. ..,.-.nl ill J.V. GUYS WGRK FOR IVIEDALS ,f,,,WsW, M . 0 ,mmm aff if 12- 44 W i W V , . l . ff, hflfwf ., , .J.f,f, f, , f . ,. f , .. ,,.L,,,, ,. ,.,,., ,, t ,,,,,L .1f- .,-, . ,, .,,,. ,. ,,LA. f,,' f"ffffZf'ff1V:w-, ,,f. 57221-i,jif :f.1l': - -L4 .. 3:.fg2iZ2gijf,,zf,fw ez, 'i 1 i i ' "Q '1' " V iv 1 ' 'Y The Junior Varsity men also had an oustand- ing year. Being young, these men will be returning to go for the top. At the district meet, Campos ran the mile and took 1st and Sum- mers took a 1st in the discus. The 440 yd. relay placed 6th. Chris Winters also ran the mile and took 2nd. Coach Williams predicts next year will be an even better one for the returning men. 1979-1980 CINDERETTES The 1979-1980 Cinderettes completed their track season with two girls going to Regionals. They were Okenfuss and Wiggins. Susan placed 3rd in the shotput and Sheila placed 3rd in the triple jump and 6th in the 220 yd. dash. Consider- ing Coach Perry had a small amount of people participating, the team did excellent. Most of the girls were in 3 to 5 events. With some of the girls returning and the good workouts from Coach Perryg next year's outlook is great. Group: Coach Perry, Theresa Walker, Sheila Wiggins, Danetta Dorsey, Sherry Jackson, Lori Graber, DeeDee Rose, Glenda Hatch, Debbie Clonts, Cheri Cochrel, Mary Shores, Melinda Ritter, Cindy Cerino, Patty Trumble, Becky Crumbly, Laurie Campbell, and Keli Haney. 1' TRACK SENICJRS Sheila Wiggins Susan Okenfuss i 5 i AA' Theresa Walker Patty Trumble W 5 I 1 'Wfw f dj 1 f f i fu f ff x , fv 5 is Debbie Clonts Laurie Campbell 9 I GIRLS PLACE 4th AT DISTRICT fi 2' ' La size. Oh nooo! Sister Sledge. . . At Calallen, Sheila goes airborne. Soph. standout Jackson takes off for the relay DeeDee shows her good form. 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Above Right: Danetta runs laps to warm up for the big race. Right: What a motley crew, huh? Above: Perry's girls are off to the races once again. fi iff 3f4f-5 SUSAN, SHEILA : REGICDNALS S Cerino catches Sinton Contender. 2. Dorsey warms down after winning her big race. 3. Wiggins all wrapped up in race ahead. Evamm Above: Weightwomen talk strategy W f ff Wm QW HAS A wwaadsbywa "Mi ffl r' 'I 'J Q.: , E- my , 4:1 A -1 ' , 2:52 .15 - ' '- 1 ., Group: Keli Haney, Cindy Cerino, Cheri Cochrel, Debbie Clonts, Cindy Elles, Becky Crumbley, Kim Dresher, Coach Perry, Kris Botkin. Top: Clonts, Haney at "sIeeprunning" Left: "C'mon Coach, give me a break" Center: Becky, Cheri compete for time. Flight: Maw concentrating at practice. SUCCESSFUL YEAR W' Y -.ty :.x5,.-wyf ,. -, 4 .,1:Ay. ,, V, M J fl sf ' . T .. :ti 1""Lv3+i2-3-'+ve wr- -.L ' '- Ili. . . f.-.xg The girls' varsity cross-country track team faired very well during the season of 1979-80. Competing in eight meets and between 2nd and 6th places in the remaining meets. Outstanding individuals advanced to regionalsg Keli Haney and Cheri Cochrel missed a trip to state by placing 11th and 12th in regionals. Having a young team this year creates hopes for Coach Perry to have an opti- mistic outlook next season. The boys also have a young team, mostly Sophomores. Competing in dis- trict they placed 4th. Although none qualified for region their determination will carry them to a successful season next year. As other fall season sports, Cross Country takes desire and self-discipline to compete well. Congratula- tions are in order for both young teams. . xxx ' . ftff 1. Group: Chris Winters, Paul Compos, Richard Fioot, Donnie Dennis, J. B. Hammon. Above: Donnie's not camera shy. Far Left: Paul thinks about race ahead. Left: Root indicates his l.O.l!l 1 A , fo' .36 46? ref' ,r""" ,ff AMW .,AV .V ,,,, . , y W 1 1 6 -4 f-11"-W 9 410 ji ,,,,' 3 u V 1. . kk af vrl- . VYVQMW Q Q! mf. Q '1 lim Top Row: C13 Keli at beach meet. Q23 Chris, Paul enduring hard workout. Q35 J. B. Ham- mon prepares for meet. Center: The Jokers: r Drescher and Botkin. Above: Cochrel leads pack. Far Left: Coach Perry incognito. Leh: Compos takes a bow. VARSITY TENNIS - 'Ist AT ROBSTOWN Y - , AA --'f' "'Qj1.Q.Q.,l2l,g.gAf ..,, 355. ,M , 2, me ..-.-,.e.f1...-. -'-A- 1 fl----.Mmwwwelfwwfm lmwf I Q. .l....,f'Zg.-- --Z P15214 Y' - 4' an ks. gg Qfiilltik 1 T5 5 T . .G "ml, , Q ,dreamy , Q Y . xi' TTLTTT T TT2 - 1 . T -o I TT JO rf' my I T f , 'W Front Row: Coach L.D. Flumfield, Kim Crawford, Teresa Trumble, Julie Poarch, Trish Batterson, Laura Lee, and Pat Reader. Back Row: Gary Watters, Norm Braddoct, fmgrj, Bobby Cordts, Kevin Ball, Gary Cosgrove, Terry Grover, and Terry Hayman. Kim Crawford flefty and Teresa Trumble fright! played each other in District Finals. Kim placed first and Teresa placed second. Both girls went on to represent Flour Bluff at Regionals. ,......-Q. T4 AWARDS TEAM TROPHY lst in Robstown The team placed Highest overall in Five Dual Meets KIM CRAWFORD lst- Robstown E.B., lst- Robstown, lst- Aransas Pass, lst- Beeviiie TERESA TRUMBLE 2nd - Beeville KIM AND TERESA lst- Gregory-Portland TERESA AND JULIE POARCH 2nd - Flour Bluff JULIE AND TRISH BATTERSON 2nd - Robstown LAURA LEE AND PAT READER 3rd - District KIM CRAWFORD - 3rd Regionals - lst District Singles TERESA TRUMBLE - 4th Regionals - 2nd District Singles Trish Batterson demonstrates her consistent fore- hand. ff' ffl! fjfv P I fizjfifzl' rr,r why. , , .. - .. .I 1 '- 10 .n'ff!.m Q . f f v -' gf ' ary., r fm f -f 'ffm A if f f f " .-,JW .4 ' 325, of f' ,f 7 ff f f ,jay 1- f , , 4514, ., Z , Q' , ff ' 1-'I ff A, K ff, 44 ,,,' ' ff-j",'iQ ff' ff f t ,xiii , A if ,7Z..f,Lf ,Mywy ,MQZ4f1fqfLy,, I' ' I I' cf r-t, 1 2 2 of f I KXJXIKXI 5 ! 14, 2 'M-.I wr-M. . C .. If ' y r ? -i -,2f4?4t.:4fi,f f L ' ' , 5 I V f ' ,..,.i 5 gf ,, all My .Y . , ff Terry Grover serves. flri M ,,,, . . y V Terry Hayman -the perfect choppa' shot. . . a killer every time Rainy day workout. . .eating in the gym. Bobby Cordts Cbelowj works on his serve and his tan at the same time. . 4 I ,1,,.,Z , 4 , .. 1 X, .,.,,.ma,4. 5 ff Julie Poarch and Trish Batterson with trophies from Fiobstown. 2 Gary Cosgrove fCosJ shows his famous, pow- H X X ,Jn . , , ,iffzftl A if lrrf, , , erfui, topspin shot. iirir, a 3 ..---W--v--v-----,-vv 9 jf , I y j yy? Hg uri, ,,,, t, ,. ,, ,A , ,, .5 ,,,, 1. ,f Pat Reader and Laura Lee concentrate hard whiie warming up for an important match. J.V. TAKES 1ST AT A.P. AND F.B. Tammy lngison serves at the Tuloso-Midway tournament. Steve Daughett - J.V. District Singles Champion fwf ff" fwfff V-. s ' f' ' f , 'xr-sa, f ,4-'nl I ,fifl Xa, V, 5 lx r r t 7g , i , l 'df Wei it I As f' L ' ,lc CEL , ' f'e'fY5rE'4 " " . I ' 'r f , ' 4 , 71g I zggasezygg v ' f- - I -, B.: , 'V , ,5 ,x , , 'EQ' ': ' W'i'1Qi!9MJ:W'g:41 ' f' , tri, ., ,VVK . , I V, , X-'51 Front Row: Tammy Ingison, Cindy Partridge, Sally Fabela, Dawn Cordts, Michelle Adams, and Wendy Parr fmgrq. Back Flow: Robert Quillin fmgrj James Elliot, Delan Braddock, Mike Skinner, Steve Avery, and Eric Graham. xx i Q ' ..-Q Coach Rumfield looks for mistakes to correct. 1 ul l V--JH af" The team congratulates their winners in doubles at Tuloso-Midway. AWARDS TEAM TROPHIES 1st - Aransas Pass, 1st - Tuloso-Midway, 1st - Flour Bluff STEVE DAUGHETT 1 st - Aransas Pass, 1 st - Beeville, 1st- Gregory-Portland, 1st- Flour Bluff, 1st- Tuloso- Midway DELAN BRADDOCK AND MIKE SKINNER 2nd - Flour Bluff MICHELLE ADAMS AND DAWN CORDTS 2nd - Aransas Pass JAMES ELLIOT AND ERIC GRAHAM 2nd - District .,, U In 57" ' I M , i 5V,, 2 1 When not on the courts themselves, Dawn Cordts and Sally Fabela are loyal supporters to teammates. ,The joy of winning by a tie-breaker shows in the face of Tammy Ingison fleftj I4 SEVEN SWIIVIIVIERS TCD F-REGIGN l 'WB e-me'-ziiggxz',w,:g'v,l.4,,.,fy af 7-,fl 1. ,f .,,..W. ',. ,rg f ,,: M me gfwel ,ff f-,', W4 ,157 , l ller l r :H Back Row: Laura Glaeser fTeam Captainj, Judy Gabbard, Jerilynn Geckle, Wendy Tait. Front Row: Kelly Glaeser, Kim Butler, Tracy Jermyn, Christine Charles, and Lisa Charles. Front Row: Mike Zachary CTeam Captainb, Charles Scott. Back Row: Jon Long, Mario Cobarruvias, and Tommy Pollard. l i 1 ' all ll LH 5 , 1 tm.. ...Q l v .-...... fn W! - ., .A . ff ,,,,,. J ff ff . . 47 Judy gracefully pulls herself out of the pool. REGIONAL MEET M. Zachary 3rd-50 FREE, 3rd- 100 FREE K. Moreland 3rd - 100 BACK, 5th - 50 FREE J. Long 3rd - 100 FLY L. Glaeser 2nd - 100 BREAST J. Geckle 3rd - 100 FLY J. Geckle, W. Tate, L. Glaeser, K. Butler 3rd - 200 Medley Relay W Lisa Charles fabovey and Mike Zachary work on their starts. 522 it Coach Brooke pauses to smile for the camera. I Group: Rocky French, Joe Washington, Billy Scott, ,Terry Whitworth, D.J. Jack- son, Tony Ritter, Coach Cox, Mack Mead, Bryan Buchanan, Mike Pichinson, Jay Jones, Ramsey Rivera, Bobby Scott, Brad Kaylor, Kelly Bell, Carl Jones, Eddie Morgan, Robby Schreck, and Jaime Foy. . . KEEP BASES EMPTY Sr. Ramsey slides for loose ball . . . Bobby Scott concentrates before going to bat. , wk, IH ,,,-KL-, -. N ,TO , v , 1 - VM W I , .. Billy goes high for a ball while Jackson looks on with wonder?? 4 . E if Jones takes to the field. SCUTT, JACKSUN LEAD Bobby Scott gives pregame talk to the rest of the Sr. group listening!!! Jackson's famous fastball. , - - ' V, . 5 va. . , A Y" " ""5i"fl--A Who said that baseball was never a contacting sport??? Not just a pitcher, Jackson shows team batting skills too J.V. HAS FANTASTIC SEASON The Junior Varsity baseball team was coached by Rocky French this season. Having a young team made no difference to these guys for they finished the season with a great record. The team overall was excellent, but all teams have standouts . . . Sophomore Randy Adams played J.V. and Varsity as did Scott McCord. Freshman Brian Visosky did a great job for the team also. This talent should be able to fill the missing holes inthe Varsity team next year and help the Hornets win the district pennant in 'I981!!l Q Group: Coach French, Lee Gonzales, Scott McCord, Bobby Rose, Robert Bar- nard, Todd Sells, Joey Boyer, Jon Fine, Coach Cox, Eric Richardson, Fred Riebschlager, Danny Villarreal, Shelby Hollis, Randy Caffey, Alvin Shelly, Jeff Moreland, David DeLeon, Walter Gaines, David Lowry, Brian Visosky, Randy Adams. Not Pictured: Eric Ritter. 'f V If , X' Eric and Randy take a "nut" break before the important game. Brian Visosky gets the ref's signal to go back to base . . . SORRY! 'ff Y. 4 JONES, PICHINSON SDPH. STANDGUTS Lil' Scott reaches for coming ball. Aw Jay's a little camera shy!! Hornet batter takes a big big swing. -1--Q...,t-V -,,,... '95 v ff 14 z ui x.. I '. F 1' TN 4,32 VB fl an 1. W ,gm ' 55 A, QW. wg! , .. K ,4f, in ev Q fy' mf? 6w"Yff' XLX 'ifii ff 1 x vs: 'A If .f V m y f N5 TR ucTgi X 1 NDRW OQXVET Q -,W Diff . A ': ' V,!f',f W' V E ., f f X I .XV I X' I fl. I V 0 ,ff ff - , f'f , 9 ' fff ff" ,f , 1 Q , if' f 1 . ' f I f. I ,fff ,pf f -1 f f X ff ' 3 X14 , fv Q 157 , I fy 'If' . if X ' Mg, . , 1 , ' ' , ti ff I Head Photographer: Artist: Lou Phillips Business Manager: Mike Paddock Jacque McEnuIty Sports: Julie Poarch, Mike Jameson, Tina Butler, Mike Floss, Susan Claborn, Pat Reader. Activities Julie S rin er, Melissa Richard- Photographers: Becky Heaton, Jeff Turner, Daniel Forbus, Mike Paddock. I D Q SOD. Student Life: Pat Reader, Diane Carpenter, Jill Dolson. Clubs: Andrew Barth, Teresa Mayfield. Ads: Mike Ross, Jacque McEnulty, Chris Vargas. The 1979-1980 Yearbook ll class would like to cordially extend its thanks to our sponsor whom we love and care for, Miss Morgan. Thanks for everything. 1979-1980 Hornet Staff: Back Row: Daniel Forbes, Mike Ross, Pat Reader, Chris Vargas, Mike Paddock. Middle Row: Teresa Mayfield, Tina Butler, Susan Claborn, Julie Poarch, Melissa Richardson, Vicky Johnston, Darla Mecom, Jacque McEnuIty. Front Row: Becky Heaton, Julie Springer, Mike Jameson, Andrew Barth, Jeff Turner. Jill Dolson and Diane Carpenter work hard to turn their layouts in on time. Aw., i . ly were mow, . f-M,avflff"""" w.,..,,,J The Yearbook ll staff put in many hours of hard work to bring the th.. students of Flour Bluff High School the Hornet. Layouts had to be turned in for deadlines and pictures had to be taken at nearly every event. Ads were sold to pay for the book and many fund raising pro- jects were carried out through- out the year. All in all the yearbook J staff was efficient and organized through the year. Mike Jameson seems to be piled up in his work. fy' we-,, f 4' ' ' ZF iff ,.,.. M .....,...,., 5 .mf ,,., .,,., A :Lf,,m.,1f.f ,fL.-ws,-,ff ,f,f.,:,,fw .f ., . n ? ,, n n , , . V. V, . f -,', f ww f ,W ,., ,, 4, M 7 X, ,65 ' -if 'M A - I Telling it Like it ls 4 f ' ' . I VK -5: 2 Ytlf' f ,.,,. Vi h i ii QVA, T' T , 'P -ff T . , f a . T , , ittt A t ...J 1 ,bs Q- . 'ft f T .t , :ff I ff fl . 5 eiff' . 5 , :, . 6 Q? X I ...wi il Stinger Staff: Back Row: Greg Sells, Lou Phillips, Wally Heath, John Kearson, Jacque McEnulty, James Garrett, Ernest Scott. Middle Row: Helen Wilkey, Scott Wiza, Steve Ritter, Teresa White, Maria Lanzener, Patty Trumble, Tony Ritter, Belinda Watters, Beth Snow, Jim Folk. Front Row: Pat Lanzener, Pat Reader. l A. Have you read the STINGER this year? Well if you did, here are the outstanding students who brought you that great work of literature. They're the 1979-80 Journalism class. All of last year their job included going out and searching for the facts to bring the latest story to you. Keeping up with current events was their business. They also filmed a movie as a fund raiser for the Yearbook ll class. Jim Folk films "ln Through the Outdoor." Putting lt All Together The Yearbook I class is a class designed to prepare new students for the staff of next year's annual. The class learned all of the techniques and layout procedures as well as some photography. The students also participated in the making of this year's annual by doing fund raising projects and working in the class pictures. The Yearbook ll class really appreciated the help. , , Kim Crawford fly and Marisa Kunkler count class pictures. Eric Ritter is caught in the act of working? HMW4 Left to Rigmg Eric Ritter, Scott McCord, Rob Fawcett, Randy Caffey, Craig Hottell, Brad Partridge, Tina Nall, Kim Crawford, Bernice Gasiewicz, Marisa Kunk- ler. CHGIR GCDES T0 HCUSTUN Front Row: Marilyn Gonzales, Cindy Salas, Valerie Owen, Rick Merrit, Debbye Perry, Joey Hendrix, David Lowry. Second Row: Lisa Paul, Aamber Tatum, Patti Elliot, Manuel Bastillo. Third Row: Theresa Walker, Sheila Wiggins, Nick Harrington, Jamie Foy. Fourth Row: Whitey 1, Whitey 2, Bookworm, Phil Phillips, Brian Flay, Kirby lngerson. V . ,"' if' W I A X . Z - , P , r P X.. , ,,.,,,.., 2 I I VH 5 ' . Q if 1, Y V ,,,, . i Valerie Owen and Cindy Salas enthusiastically sing the next number in choir practice. The choir, directed by Mrs. Yolanda Garcia traveled to Houston this year to see the musical production of West Side Story. While there, they toured the many sites of the , city. The choir, 24 members strong, practiced every day l fourth period for upcoming events. l Theresa Walker sings the scale. 163 NAS ENJUYS SGNGS GF CHGIR M-mf Choir students practice singing "You're the One" for the Naval Air Station Chapel. ...fy Mrs. House prepares a musical selection for the choir. The Naval Air Station Protestant Chapel invited the choir to sing at a special Thanksgiving service. They also enjoyed a luncheon provided by the chaplains at the Naval Air Station Club. The choir caroled for the patients at the Naval Hospital during Christmas time. 164 ,Amin R if mn Marilyn Gonzales shows a new student how to read the notes of the music. FLAG CCDRPS RECEIVES TGP HGNGRS At U.I.L. Contest, the Flag Corps contributed their part toward earning a "1 wdwxmg at l Look Mom! No Hands! The Band sailed to Vera Cruz for the fifth year living up to the Mexicans expectations of their performance. ln addition to viewing the exciting sights of Mexico, band members enjoyed an exceptional treat when they arrived in Mexico by way of the Gulf on a Navy ship. Corps style brought out each aspect of the band. 16 "SUPERIOR" AT CCJNTEST! The 1979-80 New Hornet Band thrilled the audience with a new and exciting show last year that earned them a "supe- rior" rating at contest. The band developed a new style by using the Corps technique, initiated by G. V. Garcia last year. The band originally divided into divisions or auxiliary corps and played in that arrangement during contest, however this year they marched on the field in divisions accentuating each sound for the audience. The Flag Corps, 16 members strong, enhanced the band's performance last year by performing exciting routines including a routine where they actu- ally threw the flags in the air. A T Band Members anxiously await the time to board the ship. if i A The Drum Corps gave a new and exciting sound to the band this year. f tv,,.,,, 3' wasnt a Other Corps units include the drum corps, rifle corps, and one majorette, JoAnn Byles. Each unit wore dif ferent uniforms and provided variety and an unusual flair to the half-time performances. ,-. , .nfs vt-gm.. ,- ,fm i., 11-if-f.m-ff , ,- MAF-ICHING IN VEFIACRUZ With the ending of the football season, the band is divided into two groups, the Wind Ensemble, and the Symphonic Band, with both participating in the U.I.L. State Contest. The Stage Band received a "1" rating when they attended U.l.L. contest. They performed for children, senior citizens, and visitors to the city of Corpus Christi. Clear the way to the rail! Yvonne Cantu plays for the students at a pep rally 'ff?ff'G4vf Q ' . , ,, .ff , f 'I , S .,,, . V , I , A ' ,jifzf If 1' wzfif M ' f , My The Band's half-time show this year involved many difficult formations. fx 1 f 3 I ls, I I K K1 I I K,!,1 I Colonel Robin Robinson Major BeverlyThomas Back Row Manager Misty Syvboda Sponsor Karen Anderson, Marisa Kunkler, Karen Simons, Sandy Barnard Debbye Perry Valerie Owen Cecile Woods Karen Dendy Laura Numbers Escorts Chris Vargas and Roy Little. Middle Flow: Mascot Melody, Debra Baker Kris Jones Cath: Peterson Cindy Salas ase Patti Bandiga Tammy Horton Front Row: Julie Springer, Beverly Thomas, Robin Robinson Marla Lanzener The 1979-80 Flour Bluff Honeybees started anew this year with a squad consisting of nearly all new members. They also had a new sponsor. Her name is Karen Anderson and she was warmly welcomed by the Drill Team. The Honeybees performed at all of the Football games this season. They used various props such as scarves, boxes, discs, and even beachballs. Co-Captains Maria Lanzener and Julie Springer "MAKING IT" RATES " " ln addition to all the performances given by the Honey- bees during the year, they are constantly preparing for T out-of-town contests. The Drill Team attended a contest in San Antonio com- ing home with many honors. They received three plac- ques including an award for a superior rating in prop. The girls worked hard. The Drill Team ends their performance with relief and Colonel Robin Robinson displays her true feelings at the Basketball pep enthusiasm WHY- , , . V , , ' The Honeybees anxiously await the arrival of the football team as they form a victory line. fl In Q I I 1 ' s If ,lf , I X 5 "7 f - 'N 1 1 ' 'Q "' I 141, ' 4 high' 1,11 4 kT!'!',' 1,1 1'-x"'! xx ' 1 ? -...--"" f L, 51 ! l-'g1'L4 ,I x,l x",N" 'lil If 1 fl bl WGRKING HARD FOR BUC DAYS 'Miha The Honeybees received a superior rating for their hoop routine at contest. Captain Maria tanzener smiles for the audience during the half-time peff0ffTl8f'lC6. 5-..---v xJ r 1 I 1 ,... If r Debbie Baker Cleftj and Kris Jones frightj were "Two of a Kind." The officers of the Drill Team used their experience and dancing skills to bring many awards to the trophy case this year. They attended a summer camp in July and a contest in March. At each they were equally successful. First they received a Sweepstakes trophy for overall per- formance at summer camp, but by far their biggest accomplishment was placing first over forty other schools with the routine "Makin It." -N I f-X X If I"-I I I X X 1 N., X ,I 1 .- -' is t my 1 I N' .- CHEERING CN A WINNING SEASCN The cheers of the 1979-1980 varsity cheerleaders had a new ring as the football team began to win more and more games. These fine young girls hung in there and yelled to the very end, leading the crowds in chants and yells to support the team at football games. At the pep rallies they led the student body to the most spirit it has had in years. Of course, no pep rally would be complete without the treats handed out to the players each week furnished by the cheerleaders. These girls went to sum- mer camp for a week where they learned new cheers and perfected some old ones. For their efforts they received many awards. Head cheerleader this year was Barby Swisher. ,ff Qtvswggx . ' ,x .M Qsgk Nzsavwig QR Head Cheerleader: Senior, Barby Swisher , . . Senior Sue Bandiga Junior, Susan Claborn 79-80 Varsity Cheerleaders: Left to Right: Sue Bandiga, Robyn Nall, Cathy Simons, Bernice Gasiewicz Barby Swisher, and Susan Claborn. 79-80 Hornet Mascot "Buzzy": Melissa Richardson Senior, Robyn Nall Senior, Cathy Simons ww, 1' In no-3. Sophomore, Bernice Gasiewicz OCEAN CLASS 1979-80 Future scientists? Tom is curious as usual. i W' i iii I' 'lily' t , l ,fx EJ' 7! Master fvglgrusj Bartling . in I '1,V G 07,10 an aiquiri ,ner From Left to Ftight: Kyle Moreland, Rene Tolan, Brian Walls, Kim Heltzel, Vicky Johnston, Jo Jo Gorman, Ann Clasby, Thomas Lewandowski, Mr. D. A. Bar- tling. 3 This year as usual, Oceanography was an exciting and rewarding experience for all the students who partook in the class. The highlight of the first half of the year was the three day diurnal field trip at Port Aransas. The students spent three days and nights running chemical tests off the end of Horace Caldwell Pier, silkscreening, doing collections, and earning achievements. It certainly was a pretty good year! "See my Plankton Slide?l" Jo Jo working? How's this for one big happy family? 'MI-ua-n.-,, r :1"'r"' ' i i Our favorite boat, The Shane Flay Gregor! Top Flow: Vicky Johnston, Kim Heltzel. Bottom Flow: Rene Tolan, Jo Jo Gorman. 5 'VE' whiff , . A M01 N, 0 x X 'u X K X ly A I K VWRKE wk XX: xx X X N -if-7.32 "A: L- A "QF-W -Q... 1 Adams, David Adams, Michelle Adams, Randy Adams, Sandy Alvarez, Belinda Aragones, Angela Aranda, Carolyn Armstrong, Marie Austin, Shawn Avery, Steve Balderas, Debbie Ballowe, Tammyx Bautista, Vicky Beauregard, Jeff Beims, Terry Boehl, Chuck Boler, Richard Borg, Patty Botkin, Kris Bouma, Nils Boyd, Steve Bridges, Robert Broussard, Ronda Broyles, Donald Butler, Kim Butts, Debbie Bynoe, Susan Campbell, Keith Campbell, Kristie Campos, Paul Calnan, Tim Campbell, John Capell, Tarrena Carey, Tina Carpenter, David Caskey, Rachel Cavazos, Daniel Cavazos, Yolanda Cave, Mike Center, Michael Charles, Christine Chalfin, Billy Cobarravias, Mario Cochrel, Mike Cochran, Paul Conklin, Brenda Cook, Richard Cooper, Billie Cordts, Dawn Cowan, Cheryl Cox, Marion Criag, Michelle Criag, Richard Crum, Charles Cunningham, Bennie Decker, Melanie Dedaisher, Kim Deleen, David Diaz, George Dibble, David Dorsey, Dametta Dreshcer, Kelly Dreshcer, Kim Driscoll, David Duncan, Sherri Dunlavy, Lois Eden, Robby Elliott, James Elliott, John Elliott, Thomas Ellis, Cliff Fabela, Sally Fannon, Ken Fawcett, Bill Finch, Lisa Fisher, Mark Fisk, Kelly Fletcher, Roxanne Forehand, Frances France, Carlos Frazier, Jerri Gonzales, Alexander Gonzales, Lee Goree, Curtis Grabbs, James Graber, Lori Graham, Erlc Graves, Kim Greer, Gina Gustafson, Julie Habib, Stephen Hagood, Mildred Hairston, Lacy Hamaker, Jim Hampton, Lisa Harrington, Mike Harris, Mike Haskett, Mitchell Henderson, Robin Hendrix, Joe Hickman, Melisa Higgins, Sandi Hodges, Kent Hoffman, Heather Holley, Debbie Hollis, Shelby House, Tripp Huddleston, Philip Hudson, John Huebner, Brian Hugnas, Laura lngison, Tammy Jackson, Bobby Jackson, George Jackson, Jimmy Jameson, Roger Jermyn, Tracy Jiller, David Jones, Jay Jones, Parnell Jones, Rosie Keener, Lester Kennedy, Susan Kilcollins, Rodney Kirr, Kem Kite, Raymond Koskie, Mike Krisko, Ruben Lagourney, Stan Lamb, James Larson, Tammy Larson, Terry Leach, Phillip Leijia, Rhonda Linch, Mark Llanes, Maggie London, Chris Lopez, Oscar Lorence, Mike Mangham, Sharon Martin, Raymond Martin, Scott Martinez, Connie Martinez, Elsa Martinez, Melinda Mathews, Yuonna Maxwell, Lisa McCulloch, Carla McFarland, James McFarlane, Julie McFarland, Keith McLean, David Mendez, Robert Mendoza, Ruben Mergele, Jerry Merrit, Rick Metteer, Steve Michel, Troy Mihulka, Suzy Miksch, Brenda Miller, Billy Miller, Eric Miller, Paul Moellenkamp, Dorothy Molina, Joseph Molohon, Linda Motes, Chris Murgatroyd, Billy Murphy, Tim Neal, Jimmy Neely, Dana li-MM. 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