Floydada High School - Hesper Yearbook (Floydada, TX)

 - Class of 1977

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Q33 tg I A - N tw ihr iggh V -1 . . ns, Q ,Mau i gn ,Q gsm A f I K tw. . ' M f 1 X . 1: 4 A, 4' A f, W b ggi, 1 It a ' 91 f My K I :, 1 LV H I -, .Q ff a As ihe Journeg lhrough Whirlwind Counlrg began. we knew noi where ihe roads would lead us or whai lag in slore for us in ihe fulure. We knew only of whal lag be- hind us and of ihe presenl, bul we held our heads high and marched onward. i i l 1 d l . Q, Q, ,Q - nj i W' 4 X ,,.. a f , yr 5 ,.L. , Q z V g ' E if: -at r 5 , . f .4 ? ' -mf S K 5 55 T ' " E ll f : ,H l n, l ,ZL1-,L. A sf . ..,. .. ,R -V if . QA! ,,WL ,Y , ROAD MAP TO . . Faculty and Classes Track Pcrsonalities Track. . . . . Clubs and Activities Track Athletics Track .... Advcrtiscrs Track . . . . ..6 .54 . '76 134 170 5 As lhe gear progressed. sludenls and faculig began lo leave lheir separale palhs lo unile inlo one big Whirlwind which lefl a lrail of Whirlwind Pride and Spiril which could easilg be followed bg lhose who were lo aflempl lhis journey. Q Facullg and Classes I S 5,1 5 - :,A 11- .g-1., . ,N ,..,,. ar I x K kkr, ir if L4 :..t K V,kkiE , J J j K lx ' f. xiii U U U LJ I 1- CJ 1 School Board Works for Bel-ferment of Schools Students and faculty aren't the only ones who keep FHS running smoothly. The members of the school board contribute their time, thoughts, and energy as well. A few of their activities include set- ting school policies, hiring the faculty, and deciding where funds should be spent. The election of school board members is one way in which the com- munity reveals its desires and ideas for making FHS a better school. LEFT: STANDING - Lawrence Sto- vall and Travis Jones. SITTING - Jerrold Vinson and Harvey Allen. BOTTOM LEFT: Gene Arwine, Vice President and Betty Holmes, Secretary. BOTTOM RIGHT: Thomas Warren, President . pw rw-me-......,.. 2 . M .,., JE., ,, .ws -111' ff 1,f.fe1f:f1 r"' Magi, ' .. ggi: sf-' Hug, s--- 5 8 Superinlendeni Paves Road for Sludenis' Journeys A very outstanding figure we meet in our Journey through Whirlwind Country is A. E. Baker, Superin- tendent of Floydada Schools. He is an extremely hard-working individual who tries to make our roads smooth but with just enough bumps left to help us know what to expect in future years. Like all other hard-working administrators, he takes a little time off now and then to enjoy a game of golf or to read a good book, among various other interests. A. E. Baker is a dedicated man who is highly respected by students and faculty alike. C. E. Tyer As the path of a Whirlwind winds through FHS, one person stands out as a guidepost signaling various directions which can or should be taken. This person is the principal of Floydada High School, C. E. Tyer. In addition to student guidance, Mr. Tyer must handle person- nel, record information for governmental agencies, and attend end- less meetings. In his personal life, Mr. Tyer enjoys carpentry work and is an avid fisherman. I0 C. E. Tger - Funciioning as a Guideposi for FHS X s Busy. Friendlg. Dependable Describes Threesome , rfzfesa 2 J ,, ,, i , 5 1 1 ,aa , A W Lahoma Matsler mrs tg'. ' 4 l nfl lil ' i . l L. G. Wilson Lahoma Matsler, Secretary and Registrar of FHS is a very busy and knowledgeable person. Added to her regular office duties, she also keeps the financial records for all school organizations and keeps the school reg- isters. Mrs. Matsler has a friendly greeting for teachers and students alike. The FHS Teacher Aide, Sherre West, appears to be the teachers' best friend as she types and runs off materials and handles films. Mrs. West is equally helpful to the students by being understanding and capable in her duties. Much of her time is spent in assisting the principal. She does indeed give aid in all phases of the school. Serving in his first full year as Assistant Principal, L. G. Wilson assumed much responsibility in addition to that of Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. There are two sides to this administrator - one side is the stern disciplinarian. The other facet is the friendly, smiling person who usually has a trick or a scheme going with many chuckles and grins. One fact is certain - there's never a dull moment with L. G. Wilson around to brighten the day. ' .. -E Y s i E Sherre West ll Viial and Aciive Faculig Qupporis FHS - ' 'w t is as 45? As we journey through Whirlwind Country we come upon a very vital part of what keeps it going . . . the faculty. Together the students and teachers go through much during the year. There are good times along with some bad. The faculty contributes to keep- ing the spirit of FHS high. They spend many long hours after school helping in activities such as the school paper, poster parties, sports, and many others. Being a member of the FHS faculty is more than just a 9 to 5 job - it is an active part of each of their lives. iz .,-. ., ,., ,.,,, . i. ssit I I ,.,'- Mg Alice Baker Jane Bean Polly Cardinal 5' Donny Carthel Barbara Christian James Cleveland I2 .A l ' 5 A' f my , , - V1 ' ll 1 f M " 'Q' E W Q 4 A 4 K' Q1 Y ww X , Jig ' Y F "3 ' '-hard, W , 2? 5' - af 4 if 41 1 :hu 4 5 ff vfik , nj M Af ,fu gy an ,435 fi X rv I ,S v J 5 a 1723? 3 5 l. .M I , 3 J A f . 13 - r llll L i1"Wh f , -' , 2 ii 7 ,,1,A as A, fi 1 In 5 Txam K ..,, ,f,, at riff ii' Daniel Coward Mary Alice Craig F?'?7j" " .2?sW'fQF5l.n.. V 5 "" ' W , Q .. - L ' Arr' , " V '--get . W Q 1 r- ' 33ff5f'N r ' l Q25 l ' -' r ' - - ' ' . H f xp, 47 1 rr-, M Q 1-'gf kizfim "ki . ' .yezsrf :V 17,20 r'f 1 ' , Ei? l I F 1-,312 l -. r,., 1 - f,., .4 ,IA X 1 P l l l Mona Dean Orville Harris 511235558 ' f J Q i .ffl wx Personal Communioaiion Makes FHS Enjogable f- sr 1 E- r eg- --- f --------f'-4 . -- -1...:. .,., v:.:. f- . usa .:....s . s v: .4 as ' 551 11 . I 11' ' -e .V - . ,. L -. """'f'o'a 'fr ,I z ,t...j I Q ' KL . Q . -. nu .1 Q' A . , ' V . ' X N Q . 5 ,Q -PP' f'P"f'1'7? i if A i' . - X ' ,V .- 1a.jfx.5 kmiigs iif' lf? f . S ' ' it - . -i J A - , 'Q r is - itil-Juli' 'lr '. ' , ks 2- Q5 - Ss? 25 X" 'W "" , . ., .M 4. . -- -V "-. - Q N'-"sv 1 , I s . X 'Yer . s , ' ? srz ,fiSnf1ie:f.g ,.-z : ' J . a. .. Q, M wst. Q, ... .. ., g x . ' - 1 - .. " y " .,'- .tl ir S v , ,. , X .. 1 , Q, N5 - 1- - l as.. . V gg az I is 1' i w 2 ,W eel:-' 4' 3 if . 1 1 QV- er. s 1 an 1 wg, 'J ww: -,svn - -. --, f. -si. -es.: Sue Jan l-lerber Emily Johnston Joyce Kimble iz 1 - fs K E. i,,.1:..- .., V i I, M ,.--v . ,Ac - p W -is-5-,yy K no .. W Q' w v F ' K ms rv-,fs,tsiv1e:111rs-M1-' ag Sv? J . x' Benny Locke Jerry Livingston James Lovell I4 Communication is important in the student-faculty relation- ship and the effort our faculty members give to this cause exceeds normal friendliness. Each takes time and prior prepara- tion to make FHS enjoyable for everyone involved. The pleas- ant atmosphere they reveal in classroom situations, conversa- tions, and counseling improve the relationships of those who make up Floydada High School. EY 4 Sw Wi: ' ng dv n 1' fe, .ne en my ji 1 1.14. B, 3 Ne , , ,S is ,L -M A .avg cz axww 'W Q1 . -- . .w.z+'r'f' . uv Q is A' Ga. K Q41 A wi :Z X' if . e fir is .1 pm X Tmxdi i ? y X Y wx Q ' ix A Q W S . vs 1535 gf... -. N Q ,g W j 52823 N 1 y We 5, , ,Q ...rw ::, . ? 2 - . 1 Y as ,, J Q X 'EA-, Z5 3,4 3 gg 5 YK .. X X " ,N 55 ' f K 1 one-aeff fee- Q QL " L Q3 9. K N1 WEEE 4 V ,- 4 r ..'?' 1 J an.: A .M 1 -rw 7 6 X Sue Lovell Jack McIntosh Janet Milam M, U' 'H S ,fw- x ,time Holly Moritz Helen Patterson Joe Paty Spirii of Friendliness Prevails Throughoui Faculig f.t , 5. ww -f' 3 Frances Puckett Rollie Rinker Don Stegall VJ: .W 1.5 K, ' 1322535 - if A f H 'QQ f 'MQ Vx Q ETS? wp X Q 'ry N 'Sl' W . Q. M3 'K' A NM fx. L x t 'Y it LLQL Cliff Stephens Gary Steves Janie Synatzske Nt x,, Lt Q 3 ff L , 4 5, 5 - 11 . " ff . W Y t j , A F 1 t Ji K, x W ,, t .. ,, ,L:A, K, X W gm in V I s w egg We f Qfrv' , ..,,7 ,.,,,- 5 . V 5:1 50,1 - WSU' ' 2-fgwgfee? ' -V "f ff ' , ' W 1 i f ,K ,,.. , 9 V gh Dennis Teasdale Dale Tyer -g , V, 0593, ,, F13 . JE gg 1. E. Waller Sally Wylie The teachers of FHS share many things together. A spirit in the air indicates that they can work as a team. There are times when the work must get done, and all do their share. But amid the work there is always time for a joke, a relaxing little get together, or just a chat between classes. The attitude of the faculty is one way in which FHS is set apart from other schools. js, etfi' I7 Welcoming Exes Brings Pride io FHS Faculig Getting involved was the key word for the faculty members dur- ing Homecoming this year. Everyone prepared the stage and class- rooms for the big event by decorating for the assembly and cre- atively modeling bulletin boards for the ex-students. The pride FHS is noted for definitely fluctuated through the school as teach- ers excitedly awaited the arrival of the oncoming traditional activities. When all was ready, they really got involved by partic- ipating in the various meetings held on campus. For all - exes, teachers, and present students - it was a week filled with many happy memories. 18 sa rrf -K W' i N Q2 nw. wk -.,.,! WX A - :W 1 ,,,. i or r aslg p Qs' km is 4 Helping Siudenis Billy Joe Villarreal Ruth Payne and Ruby Bunch .,22.'?..""'.... JL-2 ln and Faculig ai FHS The men behind the scenes at FHS are the custodians. These men work during the day as well as before and after school hours to see that the building and its facilities are ready to roll for the students and faculty. These men make FHS a much more comfortable place to work and study. When something falls, breaks, or cracks, there is always a custodian nearby to help. When third period rolls around, you can count on the aroma of lunch drifting through the air. The ladies who work in the cafeteria prepare a well-balanced meal for the students and teachers of FHS every day. Their hard work is appreciated by the hungry people who go there for lunch. . . xl A-ui: Leo Cisneros gig. gs 3 l Margaret Killian, Supervisor, and Nan Green I9 num.. ww -a,.ff'wl. www , -,plz !l'4IVJ?- ai Entering FHS as a Freshman can only be destined as a one-way trip. From the bot- tom, the only way to travel is up. A Freshman lives and grows from the first day while the sponsors fasten their seat belts for an unanticipated exciting year ahead of them. The beginning of this unending journey was unseasoned by expe- rience. They had to learn on their own as the sponsors gradually tightened their hold on the productive class. With each new adventure, an unprohibited thrill broke out, and the Freshmen found themselves amidst an enthusiastic FHS. They hastily discarded their uneasiness and replaced it with confidence. Now, as the Freshmen learned what it meant to be a vital mem- ber of FHS, the sponsors partially lessened their urgency for authority as the Fresh- men began their individual entry into life. They grew while grasping the joys and sorrows of each new experience. School life became easy and exciting as well as important. Each member of the class advanced to a stage of personal sig- nificance that can only come from partic- ipation as a Freshman of FHS. 20 ABOVE: Leading the Freshmen through a very confusing one-way journey were officers Alex Torrez CSecretary-Treasurerb, Lori Bice CReporterb, Kelly Higginbotham CPoster Chairmanj, and Troy Marquis 4PresidemJ. Not pictured: Junior Arredondo CV-Presidentj. and Robby Thrasher CPoster Chairmanb. Settling back and fastening their seat belts to begin a new year were sponsors TOP: Jack Mclntosh CHeadJ. Daniel Coward, Dale Tyer. BOTTOM: Mona Dean, Sue Jan Herber, and Holly Moritz. Faslen Seal Bells for One-Wag Journeg ,..,, ss f,A.,,,,,.-ff . ,, fad I '7 o:'9"' . :A-are-, , f fe ,,-- ,...,.r.-h,.,,W, Ar ,,,, '?1 ' ,Exif ,Jn B swfeffsf Freshman Class Favoriles Jonna Wesl Alex Torrez sese , iff l f , Leeta Adams Mike Allen Y -, ' 'S'- AYA . Mike Bagwell Regina Baker Lisa Anderson Adam Arellano Junior Arredondo Mike Arwine wi 3.-asia TW . Rose Mary Barnes Beatrice Barraza Oscar Barrera Tomas Barrienrez 21 ,L f my ja r ' ' Neal Becker Lisa Bice Lori Bice Sammy Bradley Julie Brawley Paul Brown Beatrice Bueno Beverly Burleson Mike Campbell Pete Castillo Dalia Briones Felix Cervantes 1 I E I ,, H' "' A - 1 M,,w4rMf.fff AM'-W., A X Fr. Journegs Progressed inio Unknown Terriiorg ,far-, -4' f During 1976-'77, the Freshmen started a new journey of experi- ences. From registration to Homecoming to banquets, their adven- tures and responsibilities were unique and exciting as they prog- ressed into an unknown territory. . 1-f f r -t,A H ..-f""' ei, .AM ft, 'w Jett Cheek Carmen Coleman Macolyn Collins Jim Cornelius Robert Cortinas Becky Crabtree Dolores dela Fuente Abel DeLeon Debbie Dobbins Q5 Iliff Jimmy Ellis Jonny Finley Ray Fuller Earnest Garza Nelda Gomez Ricky Gomez 23 Ambitious Freshmen Dream for the Fuiure Joeg Luna M93-I Ambifigug Melodg Stringer pas . ww, :T ' X Henry Gonzalez Rosemary Gonzalez Yolanda Gonzalez Amelia Guzman Todd Hambright Debbie Harrison Manuel Hernandez Tomas Hernandez Kelly Higginbotham 24 Scott Graham Jay Griggs Delia Guevara Although the Fish had loads of fun throughout the year, they still had to face the consequences of improving their minds. 'lie xt .SNK ff?- Andy Holcomb Janie Ibarra Robert Irlas Jimmy Jones Rhonda Jordan Jr. Juarez Kristi Julian Lynette King Shane King Vincent Lara Dorothy Ledbetter Gerald Ledbetter I 41' 'N' JY" Billie Linker Abran Luna Joey Luna Monte Lyons Jessie Maldonado Dwayne Marble Kelly Marble Troy Marquis Elva Martinez Maybelle Martinez Noe Martinez Rose Martinez Mayme McLaury Sylvia Medrano Ray Mercado Julie Morton Johnny Murillo Gary Naylor AWK, ,ve 'QQ""'f""' ,NVQ ,vi , 'EX A L". Jr 9 val 25 Freshmen Make Presence Feli in All Aciiviiies Juanita Nicholas Keith Nixon Charise Nolan Danny Nutt Gracy Ocanaz Darla Parham Rose Marie Pena David Peralez Maria Perez Glenna Powell Mary Ramirez Tracy Reddy John Reese Sylvia Rendon Rex Reves Arturo Reyes Ricky Reyes Daniel Rodriquez Kqrilgf ,--5 i f pp L fa ! I rm .. 5 5 lap A7,X I ,,, ,W y 1 T fff ara T 1 .An Gasp. !?"'1v hz-:al VJ? osx X :i,.A"ffl', an yggqgun-me-M"' Taking part in spirit activities and club parties was the Freshmen's way of making their presence felt. Their willingness to work contributed to making FHS better. 26 'iff ffh x .-2 M 'H WM Ben Salazar Robby Thrasher Ionna West Tracy Womack e Renee Sanders Alex Torrez Larry Westbrook Duncan Woody MR R 1 x .mi P' - .1 , E X mgsqagalgzlf .:, 1-. il in ., -1 ,. 2 1 K, A 4 I fam s Agar W 1' N, H i V. V.: T -'s- 7' , wi' I X f f 9 3 K f T nl! X S s ' it if S , , , W N iw V , T T f To i H 1 . .a,.. 4 XV .B H ,Qui R sg SRM X ' ' 1 X Barbara Schwermer Karen Turner Charles Whitfield Kenneth Young Eva Spurlock Virginia Varner Todd Williams Russell Zambrano 4....,,,. .P W I 1 . , uw-- ,gang Once an FHS student is on his way, there is no turning back. Anyone who existed as a Freshman will certainly not make a U-Turn. To penetrate the friendly atmosphere of this school or to apprehend the expansive excitement is to endure a straightforward path to the top. The Sophomore Class found itself fluc- tuating between interest and a still small consciousness of curiosity. They became efficient Fl-IS members who measured up to true Whirlwinds. They painstakingly exerted enthusiasm within their class that proved advantageous in the long run. They realized that they were qualified to undertake any opposition. Their optimis- tic outlook lost all moderation and step- ped out into the world with confidence and determination to succeed. A contin- ued influence brought action to the rou- tine of all involved. The entire school was fortunate to sample their energetic spirit. Being cautious not to counteract the order of our school, they faced the climbing lane ahead with hope. 28 ABOVE: Realizing the Sophomore year is one with No U-Tums were the leaders: LaDelle Noland CPoster Chairmanj. Kary Helms iPresidentb, Brad Feuerbacher fTreasurerJ, Terry Willson CPoster Chairmanj, and Jay Waller Ckeportery. Not pictured: Clinton Ware CV-Presidentb and Donnette Williams CSec1-etaryj. Signaling a climbing lane ahead for their class were sponsors Jane Bean Cl-Ieadh, Janet Milam, Janie Synatzske, and Alice Baker. No U-Turns in Journey ihrough Whirlwind Counirg f if xifzmii B B raat Jag Waller . Lisa Welborn Sophomore Class Favornies m at! hj! V X X ij? .Q ,A ,K , . 1 J K , Patricia Anderson Carlos Arellano Darla Assiter Kim Barnett Judi Bean Mark Beedy Jeff Bertrand Max Bice Connie Bradford Silvester Briones Sylvia Bueno Brad Bullock 29 ww' Sophs Realize Threshold of Leadership Approaches 1 .,,'M gf -1- faq- J 2 ffl' we it if . 2 lx 1 ,, vs wx Q 3 V, xi r ?f 'fs 5 AN-1. ,Q up lv Y Carrla Burleson Fred Cain Delia Cedrllo Anthony Coleman Joe Covington Hilda Cruz is Danny Cedillo Beverly Coleman Martin Cruz olr rerr 1 1 gl 66 Realizing they were on the threshold of becoming the leaders of the Timothy Comm Kara Copeland Jimmy Covington school, the Sophs took every chance to further involve themselves rn Mary Jo Cruz JI' Cuevas Kim Curry events at FHS. They became immersed in the activities of homecom Marty Daniel Kevin Davis Ricky Day ing' Parties' Of just being in class' 30 we 1-44, Wh' fymQy,w5g.,., . -Wy , if' " 4255 ' if 1 J 45 f ,Q My 1 Y ag . arf? 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I rr v Kalvin Dick Christie Derryberry Elinor Dominquez Dianna Enriquez Kay Faulkenberry Leanne Ferguson Trava Gentry Bobby Green Sally Green Y if M19- ix Suzanne Dyess Brad Feuerbacher Jaine Guest it Melissa Hale .,..-of L52 MZ ,- 91 Q Chele Duran Bryan Fortenberry Anna Guzman Kary Helms X F' Y tex 'NE 'Nl KU Cruz Enriquez Shonda Fulton Eloisa Guzman Cliff Hopper 4 .X :sf , , "'fi 0 f M , ,, A r 2 ' the Juniors by donning costumes to serve at the banquet. f J Linda Irlas Brenda Jackson Jimmy Jackson Greg Jones Jay Jones Dawn Kincer Enthusiasm radiated from the Sophs whether they were initiating new ideas, such as the carnation sale on Valentine's Day or helping Blis- Donny Kincer Alex Martinez 32 Blake Kitchens Edna Martinez 5 Ji Andy Langley Stacy Leatherman Rick Luna Brett Marble Isabel Martinez LeRoy Martinez Mark Mayo Rudy Medrano Q Ambuhous Sophomores Pedal Toward Advanoemenl '4Pf"'T,- Vicki Miller Pam Muncy Sherri Patterson .,, f Q ' as 43134 s ,. 55,35 wig-f,-e:::2s w inf: Sw, Q, I gr: gm - .,v. 1 Q .M Q-3 rg - 3? rid, 5 r H QR? l 'Q N 5 l. X 55? Q Q ass tm 5 as 5 1-iff .. 'Fiat fr .T P. ahhh 40' Q ,Qs Wanda Minniu Nathan Nichols Tammy Payne if 's .,4', r Shirley Mitchell Valentina Montes Bill Moore Denise Nixon LaDelle Noland Lisa Noland Lucy Pierce Lisa Powell Melody Powell Karg Helms Mosi AITlbi'I'iOUS Darla Assiier 1'T""f""E', fi Paul Radloff Hope Robertson Danny Tinney Tracy Tyer is? Spiriied Sophomores Make Clean Sweep of Spirii x- H -We W. wr yum- 'Il ,E R .. 4 ' sf-we ii-L 335 av fl 2 'ish r QQ' l 2 N6 Q I -I Gary Vick Beverly Vickers Todd Vickers Rhonda Ward Clinton Ware Kim Warren Mike Watson Lisa Welborn Ricky West Jay Waller Kristie Ward s ft With a little paint, many good ideas, and a lot of fun, Sophomores were ready to tackle poster parties. Their battle cry rang clear at pep rallies with volun- teers staying for clean up. The Sophs continued to do their part by play- ing on the varsity. Albert Williams Donnette Williams Kenny Willis Terry Willson Russell Wood Shandra Young 35 time w E f QW. , .wi ggms 4. E f .,,, , ff' , .,L1 l H Q The visualization of one last year has a genuine significance of a high pressure area that requires caution for every Junior in FHS. The merging traffic of life is sud- denly an obscure apparition that must be yielded to. There is a compulsive attrac- tion toward maturity that surpasses the obligation to react in a routine manner. Each new, occasionally risky, impulse must be treated with concise determina- tion. The Junior class of 1977 has traveled parallel with effervescence. Their aim and destination has been to enjoy the unconcealing environment of the present before entering the camouflaged future expectantly awaiting them. The senti- mentality of this time together will be cherished in the years to come . The demands necessary for accomplish- ment in a world of constant conversion demands adjustment and awareness of reality. Their interest insured encourag- ing opportunities while an incurable devo- tion developed through their concern. They savored the outstanding events of the school as they learned to cope with the customary routine. The final year remaining left every Junior impatient and shivering with expectations of promise . 36 ABOVE: Merging into the mainstream at FHS required accepting responsibilities yet allowed yield- ing to seniority. Accomplishing these tasks were Junior officers: TOP: Doug Simpson CReporterJ, Rusty Cagle CV-Presidentj. MIDDLE: Lori Vinson and Adeana Morris CPoster Chairmenj, Tolya Hickerson fBanquet Chairmanj. BOTTOM: Jill Poage CSecretaryJ, Susan Stovall CBanquet Chair- manj . Not pictured: Phyllis Johnson CPresident7, and Kerry Pratt QTreasurerJ. Q M55 , EEESHUWSJW Approaching the high pressure year with caution were sponsors TOP: James Cleveland , J. E. Waller CHeadl, Benny Locke, and Don Stegall. BOTTOM: Sally Wylie, Mary Alice Craig, Frances Puck- ett, and Joyce Kimble. l 2 Yield: High Pressure Journeg Through Wind Counirg Kellg Ann Hagood Jon Jones Junior Class Favoriles Roijon Adams Angie Alfaro Shannon Bell Rhonda Benneu Atha Blake Charles Bradford Rusty Cagle Caren Campbell Greg Carthel Jack Carthel iexg A S sail 37 - w 'X , 'Q t '31, are , r -, MSL f 42' N' K Ni t E QA X :SL ' ' Tif ili ' fl W Q 5 , my t MQ ,mg is w ,M tk A -. kjxiw ,V A Sims X N wliew if , rugs, :si 'N R521 ,K rl lik kf,. gi 1 ,le lvl K wb 4 ' ' 'emu r - it n Q rv ,' no ' l 5 I Valynda Chandler Derek Cheek Tina Cook Janie Cortinas Miguel dela Fuente Petra dela Fuente v 14 . ,, f Tammie Chesshir Rick Covington Arturo DeLeon Larry Jones MOST AmbIfl0US Rhonda Bennei-I ,r 4 , . , . , A , Ambilious Juniors Ride lo Adveniure 3545- vs W, --.weve 'C 9' . 3 11" Eli Enriquez Jimmy Finley Janie Galvan Tammy Gentry Linda Gonzales Randy Graham David Green Kenneth Griggs Mary Guzman Rosa Guzman e G 4 I K ' 1 1 'Wi f N551 5: Kelly Ann Hagood Mitzi Hale Clay Hamilton Rosemary Hardin Shawnda Heflin V .N i.. , l in A? Y i --,. ,M A 7 K if N 4' V A355 K :'. 5 , Ti i Michelle I-lesson Tolya l-lickerson Gary Hill Irma Ibarra Ernest Johnson "" H - f f-'ff Ei: ""'15' -as .... -:Q Y is .Z , ' 5 , f' ig F' 'f ir-"1 f ffiffih i ..,. . + - ,. ..- A ' L5 1 S. '1 Phyllis Johnson Barry Jones Jon Jones fs. LV 5 s eifgff i , " M, f gsm gf-1' :XW v Larry Jones Zane Jones v""f"" V , . ','. I L - gy if -.nfs xx-- MQ - 1.-gf vw V- s .sz-if -' :sl-- no X - gf 3 -. - ' 1 23 ,5 1, P' K " i A , f. - N fam . HN- in 'ffl K Lf 5 L, pi Y -ff'1'i,. ,Ne ' x ' 'WZLW1 -my 4 , -4: .,., 1-3.313 - : X if , g f um K . 3 4 , ff ww get f-.NM -, . I Q' K f - - f 5 QQ' 5 L ' K 'fr' -1' Cynthia Kemple Ronnette Kitchens Guy Ledbetter L. Iayma Lewallen Bobby Love if 'M X 1 5 Kelli Lyons Kim Marquis ,rw 'Y we 5 'sw sv' . A-'w,,,HNNx Y. 1. A Q U ..., ' 1 Ida Martinez Irene Martinez Hope Mendoza , .-Y .-N.. S4 or , . ,X X Xu Eddie Miller Hugh Miller 40 .HA ihe World of Disneg Adeana Morris Melinda Morton The Juniors were rewarded for the long hours spent deco- rating on a ladder by the laughs and enjoyment at the banquet. The prom brought this special occasion to a close as each person burned up every last ounce of energy swinging into action at the dance. Ouigoing Juniors Paini Poriraii of Qpirii Denise -e, W, wwf mi ,Wx 'sg-A12"'7'f h f David Parham Jerry Powell Jill Poage Jim Poms Kerry Pratt Jill Probasco Reese 523 Q32 Q, 'N Donna Reid Patricia Runnels Sharon Shannon Clay Simpson as QS' 'X 5 K 2355! 5 r M, ligemx for-'Q if im vga 'Q Q iw Q ' an N' - ff. ' L , 'K . 'K a,,Ak Doug Simpson Monty Smitherman Carmen Soliz Penny Spurlock Bill Starkey 42 sa' i N12 .1135 ,Qs ' - s li 33 XX,.L: ap. 1. . ,, I 33' 1 PN 3 H L is f 'kihegii Teresa Stewart Susan Stovall Rickey Strange Sheldon Sue Glenda Thompson Jackie Thompson N:-4, .if Vt s L.,L Yolanda Trevino Q 2 ts Kelly Turner Kathy Vick , s "Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?" Certainly not the Juniors. This was portrayed through their outgoing will- ingness to attempt almost anything as they joined with the other classes boosting the Mean Green spirit and par- ticipating in all of the other extra-curricular activities. Lori Vinson Lisa West wp :miata 2 .g y - 'i . :ze if g Bobby Whitaker Lori Young 43 Being a Senior is never over nor com- pleted because the memories will always be there. The title, Senior, is a major accomplishment that entitles a person to exit to a more prosperous life. ln the jour- ney through life, being a Senior is an experience never to be forgotten, and the significance of the decisions made throughout the year is vital to the genuine happiness required for a successful future . The Senior class of 1977 at FHS will cherish every year spent together, but the last brought shivers at the realization that sentimentality is taking hold, and an impatient future awaits down the road. Each day as a Senior influenced the com- munication with life to which each devoted twelve years. The sharing of tears and laughter were collected as each indi- vidual went his separate way. Sufficient education and discipline has been administered to the students, but once the exit is taken, the decision of one's destiny must be made. The inspira- tions of parents, teachers, and friends are mingled with awareness of self-interests for the molding of the future. FHS's task is completed , but never forgotten. 44 ABOVE: Eagerly awaiting their exit from FHS and knowing their future lives are ahead of them were Senior officers: TOP: Randy Ratheal CPresidentl, Randy Rainwater CV-Presidentl, Jeff Johnson CSecretaryh. BOTTOM: Holly Hartsell QTreasurerJ, Ann Campbell CPoster Chairmanb, Robin Roberts fReporterJ. and Laura McCulley CPoster Chairmanj. Anticipating success at the next exit for their class were sponsors Polly Cardinal fl-leadl, Jerry Liv- ingston, O. L. Harris, Helen Patterson, and Barbara Christian. Success - Nexi Exii from Whirlwind Journeg Eg ,, .r fs ra fi fi I Am-M. A A A Rf ills ,.,. S 5 'yi i ge, V 5 QL , ,M Q42 Q r 3? E - if r-N' A fr -"lk . t .Xt H Q' 291 rr' V 'ft' A X W' W "' as e U' i i is v v A ff R M H ai f ,X ., . rf ,AV , t il E is f sie l . at W. 5, H E , L .- 3, p , ljaf w'.'.L 'Q WL: .-g5Q.,f.e sv iii' g S " i 2 5 i 5' K A ' ' ' ' 4 gtg l t '1 -if 5. L g' f si e g P 5-:ir R 5 rf 'L 1 I K, ' iv 'sf i .. , ., 1, , K pf 4 312:55 it x ' ' f' ' I 1 sim S I ,Z it , . ' 5 f f v: " - - W ' ,F 'fs' ' L I , o ., t..Llt.eg- L -W t R A' A' .. fy s e s i i t at s ,A 534 M N Nanei-le Burk t , .kj I K .K ., .2 ,. .,..W A s :Zi Senior Class Favoriies 4 Quik., .IQ z 1 N ,,,...-..... J' Thiess Brown CREDBTE -rf' The year of 1977 held many pleasurable stops for the Seniors. Although most were new and exciting there were three out- standing times awaiting this class. Being a Senior during Homecoming, preparing for those roaring pep rallies, and picking up those long-awaited invitations were the highlights of the adventure-filled year. 45 Ambiiicus Seniors Reach for Success Mcsi Ambiiious ., sq, f 5 if - if ' 4 is M A E U5 ,. 1 s 5 :s . . Q, sf "-- 1 b A K . .. I 5 ,Q my I -15 P , .QW W -s Morris Keele Elisa GarreH 46 MIKE BEAN CHERYL BEARDEN STEPHEN BECKER KIM BERTRAND THIESS BROWN TRACY BROWN NANETTE BURK ANN CAMPBELL Being a Senior of FHS doesn't mean they always act like a Whirl- wind. Sometimes, a few stray off the path and go as far as imitating ELEPI-IANTSZ' When they finally return to home base that Whirlwind spirit shines and one can see the glow in the face of each Senior as he receives his Senior shirt. RICK CARTI-IEL ELISA CERVANTES DONNA Cl-IESSHIR DANNY COLSTON JOEY DAVIS LOIS DE LA CRUZ MARIA DE LA FUENTE TIM DYESS ORI-IAN ERISIR IOEL EVANS SANDRA FERGUSON KELLIE FOSTER A7 f Seniors Reiurn +o Earlg Dags Via Par-lies ll: Y'-X RANDY FRY BRENDA FULTON ALONZO GONZALEZ KATHY GREEN "Red Rover, Red Rover, can ANYONE come over?" The Seniors returned to the early days of their Journey at the traditional Senior kid party. They played many of their childhood games and returned home with lots of bumps and bruises just like when they were kids. They also attended a Valentines party where things weren't quite as rouh but just as much fun. ,su L RUDY GARIBAY ELISA GARRETT 4 t 4 GRANT HAMBRIGHT HOLLY HARTSELL DEAN HINTON ALEX IBARRA JA! ,,,,...e-9 JEFFREY JOHNSON STEVE JOHNSON STEVE JONES MORRIS KEELE JAY LACKEY TERESA LIPHAM N1- DALE KINCER LAYNE KIRK BILLY MARQUIS VIRGIL MARTIN Spirii Becomes More lmporiani in Senior Year Enthusiasm filled the hearts and minds of the Seniors as they worked to raise spirit through poster parties, the Senior-Faculty Basketball game, and by reworking the victory bell. The anticipation grew even stronger when they realized they would each in turn receive their dip- lomas. ? L f RICKY MERCADO MARK MILLER PAT MILLER JESSE MORALES if 'iff CONNIE MARTINEZ JESSE MARTINEZ l DORMAN MCCORMICK LAURA MCCULLEY u 5 , X A "': 5' In I iff .. x V' LV I " , ' If ,. ACME, fa! , X 1' S M I . , 1 v,M g ,,,...n. ..'.,-Nh, K H so -0911 N DAVID NICHOLS PAM NICHOLS VTEDDY PATTERSON KATHRYN POWELL RANDY RAINWATER RANDY RATHEAL ' Qin 'kkkk ,X I 5 If MII MARK NOLAND KELLI PARSON TRACEY PUCKETT ANDY RAINWATER NQKVS1?i'kS5E 2 E53 I I Fw 1 I-1J:::,1 :isis RICK REDDY LANA REED MARTHA RENDON ROBIN ROBERTS HOLLY ROBERTSON NANCY ROBINSON .. rvivllfzgv sa fp Z 52 Several students were honored by being selected to represent FHS in outside organizations. CTOP LEFTJ Student Guests of Rotary - TOP: Jay Lackey, Dean Hinton, Keith Tooley, Randy Ratheal, Mike Bean. MIDDLE: Laura McCulley, Nanette Burk, Beth Stovall, Kathy Green, Tracey Puckett, Connie Martinez. BOTTOM: Grant Hambright. Jay Womack, Billy Marquis, Pat Miller. CTOP RIGHTD DAR - Tracey Puckett. CCENTER RIGHTJ BOYS STATE - Dean Hinton and Layne Kirk. J K, K. BETH STOVALL MATILDE SUAREZ Qrs. Leave Mark on FHS wiih Trophg Case -maui ' v. LUISA TREVINO KELLY WARREN KEITH TOOLEY IANIE WARREN BRENDA TURNER RONNIE WALL STEVE WESTBROOK JAY WOMACK The Senlors of '77 left thelr mark on FHS by glvlng FHS a new tro- phy case. Randy Ratheal and A. E. Baker shake hands as Randy pres- ents the gift on behalf of the Class of "77. avi' LEN WOOD CARLEN YOUNG L...-nn XX P' KIRK YOUNG ROBERT ZAMBRANO YAFA p As we paused a momeni in ourjourneg io gaze ai ihe siars, we 1 noiiced each was unique ? in iis own special wag ' 1 - jusi as one can see i ihe personaliiies of FHS. never hidden in i ihe crowd. bui alwags sparkling wiih iheir f own uniqueness. I Personaliiies 111111111111 g'llilIlilililQ X 'Z :ij -L Af'-"""' -7 ................ L. l.-.....-...-L fg ...A l".T'..T2 S ----wg ml lll ' "' I I ETCTEII'L.J1 nuff'- 2:11- ELIIZI 4---H I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 fy llllllllllllllllll Q I I 1 - S Q 1 Q - Q 1 55 un-p 1 4 xy? V ,V gt tg 5 4' v f 5' QL . K: A I , .., -aww 4 ,. Miss FHQ Tracey PuckeH L55 .. f ,, ' t lifl :qu . 45353. V U. , it t i ' ' . ' ,ti 3155 ,ffl f Mp, FHS Ronnie Wall Devoting time to a pet takes time, patience, genu- ine love, and responsibility. Constant caring is always required of a student to excel in leadership at FHS just as an awareness of caring is necessary in the obligation of a happy animal. That's the reason Tracey Puckett, Martha Rendon, and Ronnie Wall were chosen for the honors of Mr. and Misses Fl-IS. Although, for the first time known, there is a tie, both girls have shown con- sideration for a school that has done as much for them as they have done for it. All three revealed pride in each task they undertook as it became an impulse to devote time to a school well loved, to be patient, and to assume responsibility. They have succeeded at FHS and leave with a promising and happy future awaiting them. mf: .1 t... K K fgs - 1 2, -,s.,, 1, ,ft A . - em, 4.519 ,, X' is i t it gi X' , ,. ., ,ss s. . K 6 .. . ig fi ff Miss FHS Mariha Rendon 57 Brenda Fulion Jag Womack Mr. and Miss FH9 Is+ Runners-Up uw.- w,.,w,4.a,,mw,,,,.W,, ,,.,. ,UH ,, , , , I ,A ,,, , -..x I ,L,,,,,,,,wQ,:,N,,,,, as ff - fy f- ff , ...,,5i,, Hollg Harisell Randg Raiheal 58 Mr. and Miss FHS Qnd Runners-Up 519. -1. 2-TG ff? 5 L L. L ,.,. wi Mr. and Miss Senior Class -1 ,Qi s ggi - W ,Q s l i ,gil 3 .1 , ws ssss s Nxxxsff ,. ..,,..,:. . QMNMWIKMNQ L,kA,,, , , Q.. .ii give ,.-' .,, ? R if sy, - , Qv as :H M EM ar is s 0 ' -f ff .J 5, . if W ve sr if ,L fi R ,, L. 'V . L. ':-,. L. W W ,, , - " ss ,s ' K I ,gif ik - x wif -ws: Y Nil! AQ j ' , f 11 H , - Traceg Puckei-I ' Randg Rainwaier .rw 59 ai 1 3 n S, 5 I i i E i . K r 1 W L 1? n 'Q 'A is 5 A fl J E E P 2 1 Zn 1 if Q uf t 25 if f S Q I. '5ff!f5'If,u.:. 'W 9 " f ,flw N Sim i -f-ff ds??Dhf ' I W ' ai, IWZWH if TW" :,.1E1.'Jf f:PHf DEAN HINTON Who's Who Eliie Fishing . . . seafood . . . blue. . . daisy . . . spring. . . Capricorn. BRENDA TURNER Water skiing . . . steak . . . yellow and brown . . . daisy . . . summer . . . Cancer. MIKE BEAN Tennis . . . steak . . . blue . . . dandelion . . . summer . . . Aries. ' BRENDA FULTON Horseback riding and water skiing . . pizza . . . blue . . . roses . . . spring . Aries. Seleci Favoriie Few . . NANETTEBURK , ,fri Swimming . . . seafood . . . orange and brown . . . orchids . . .spring. . . Scorpio 3.5 .frf -fi- f TRACEY PUCKETT Water skiing and camping out . . . ice cream . . . yellow . . . roses . . . spring oA---:,. TIM DYESS JAY WOMACK Water skiing . . . steak . . . brown . . daisy . . . summer . . . Libra. Volleyball. . .seafood . . .blue . . . bluebonnet . . . summer . . . Aquarius. x f l Who's Who Qfand Ou+ From ihe Crowd . ! 43+ wax TRACY BROWN Tennis. . . hamburger . . .blue. . geranium . . . summer. . . Capricorn. HOLLY HARTSELL Golf. . . strawberries . . .yellow . . yellow rose . . . spring . . . Taurus. RONNIE WALL Swimming . . . coconut pie . . . brown . Carnation . . . summer . . . Sagittarius sf , ...ww fr -'f H .,. 'KY Y' BETH STOVALL Water skiing . . . cheesecake with strawberries. . . daisy . . .spring. . Capricorn. Mosi Consideraie NaneHe Burk Randg Rainwaler -I 1 ' f -...W , ' ,, "hw , Ronnie Wall Hollg Harisell Mosi Cool-Headed Mosl Good-Nalured Hollg Harlsell Morris Keele Jag Lackeg Hollg Roberison Mosi Demonic LANA REED - FOOTBALL SWEETHEART JOEY DAVIS - BASKETBALL BEAU KATHY GREEN - BASKETBALL SWEETHEART if' N :lm f . r. - A -51 -W V51 A f I '- ,. ff' .1 ff' 'iff I Joeg Davis Kafhg Green Lana Reed Baskeiball Baskeiball Fooiball Beau Sweeiheari Sweeiheari I 67 lain .JZ ww, H ' " MP? ,. si ' 4' af wk, A Q MW .23 , ,N"ff,: figifaff- g 5 H AJ' Nz. QW 'cfm -,,', K ' + ,L :pg . se Yxaff' M: H . . ..f1,.,,,,,,,.,,. , .. . 3 . -, if fi? ffl V . :H ,ffl 1 FHS Ciiizens Faced wiih Demanding Journeg Qnd Quarier Ciiizens Larrg Jones Karen Turner .. 'taser Traceg Puckei-i Rick Covingion lsi Quarier Citizens The journey of a student through high school is a demanding yet a fascinating one. For the lucky few, there are some stops along the way for good behav- ior. Each month the faculty nominates and the Stu- dent Council Representatives elect a boy and a girl as Citizen of the Month. Also honored for displaying outstanding citizenship were the six students pro- claimed as Citizens of the Quarter. 70 3rd Quarier Ciiizens Morris Keele LaDeIIe Noland r sins l i , A . XLL . it 9. SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER Rick Covington Andy Rainwater Jon Jones Morris Keele Tracey Puckett Darla Assiter Lisa West Tammy Payne JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY Jay Waller Ricky Day Jim Potts Mike Bean Jay Womack Rhonda Bennett Lisa West Shonda Fulton Brenda Fulton Shawnda Heflin 71 ,,,,,,m.,. maemazzmffavff g , T L 1 , 14. Tension Mounled As Climax Neared Angie Alfaro I sf Runner-Up Traceg Puckefl 3rd Runner-Up Kelli Lgons Qnd Runner-Up BELOW: Lisa Powell, Jonna West, Donnette Williams, and Melody Stringer were the other nominees. At last the moment had arrived. Each nominee was seated on stage with a relative as her escort standing behind her. Everyone was eagerly awaiting the announcement of the runners-up and, finally, the queen. Being a nominee for Homecoming Queen was a great honor as each girl was chosen by her class to represent them in the election. Tension mounted as the Student Council officers appeared on stage, each with a rose to present to the runners-up, one-by-one. The climax was reached as a bouquet of roses, a crown, and a kiss were presented to Miss Holly Hartsell, 1976 Homecoming Queen. 73 A Refreshing Pause in the Never-Ending Journeg Q- f , ' ,zff 'W' :ff W A-fig-'ffw-.' , . 1, l ,zu . , .,.,.mw , f , .- -551,1 . - '- yw Q+i". Iii, , K ' "ff5'LffeQ-.1 Wqsflfm ' mg fx, 5 Uv Af Pi ,,, - 142 , 5 by? 4 a 1: ei, iff 3 53 me Q ' - .f ff? f ef' e 'Y f I? 2 f IQ' I e wrvvf- e "v? ?L f f K QQ ' e 2,2-,x e ,i f 29 . 4. Homecoming '76 xl For many, Homecoming '76 was a time to slow down from the present day rush, stop, and turn around to journey back. They traveled down the road which once had brought them together with friends to share those seem- ingly unending high school days and from which they later drifted into their separate paths. For those still in FHS, Homecoming was a time to make the memories which would be stored away to emerge as nostalgic reminiscences when they, too , became Exes. For both, Homecoming means the excitement of seeing friends and participating in many well-prepared activi- ties. Some students creatively worked together on decora- tions for the Queen assembly, while others shook with anxiety waiting for the outcome of the contest. There were those who helped register former students while oth- ers sold refreshments. Many Exes and students alike enjoyed eating a good barbecue dinner. For all, Home- ,4 A .. "?iZ'?f coming '76 acted as a pause in the everyday routine where everyone was united with old friends and acquaintances only to disperse into their own paths and to continue their X N, ,t SUM 'P' was X gf . srigkig ' 11.4 - 'li gs ,Qi gt as , an was .QW never-ending journeys . ' 'W U, 2 . '11-1. ' i We who parlicipaied in ihis journeg looked e upon il as a sorl of oooo jungle safari. Behind everg lree new adven- luresjumped oui. as did the aclivilies in FHS. Qomeiimes frighlened, somelimes brave, bul always proud . . .we had io reach lhe end before we could realize our accomplishmenis. at l eele Sa: 'f g,,. M91 , .,, 'iw ia... Y l Clubs and Aciiviiies Q I 7? '3 l 1 H11 1 S X -'fLi:L :t I 'X ' " ' 'J f a f....d .m..,.,, v,... h4.,.,N .,, :b . k WMM I f i5":1a5 ':1,'- if ' it' J i m I-----"V x V L-1-L11-"L Track ' ' Q S 1 '----1 I l'IJ' 'LJ LI'C.l E113 ff:-E - - - - .. .. - - - I 3 llllIl!l!ll-IQIQIQIK gunna 78 SC Assumes Leadership Role in FHS MIKE BEAN , PRESIDENT 12355 .,,, pm. ri-1 fl lt I I an A W . A A In sm uf . X.,1 fit ,Q Y I A , mg I f I .. '4'- ' J I is l ZK2iZm'? iz 5. I I ' I I r RICK COVINGTON SECRETA ww wr W 1" STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES - TOP: Sammy Bradley, Kenneth Young, Jimmy Covington, Greg Jones, Rick Reddy, Randy Ratheal, Iill Poae, Mitzi Hale. Melody Stringer. MIDDLE: Holly Hartsell, Tracey Puckett, Orhan Erisir, Ion Jones, Leeta Adams, Beverly Burle- son, Donnette Williams. BOTTOM: Jerry Livingston CSponsorj, Kelly Turner. Jef- frey Johnson, Nanette Burk, Darla Assiter, Tracy Tyer, Shonda Fulton. l-. rental ei if A ' RY CTOP RIGHTJ RONNIE WALL, VICE-PRESI- DENT. CCENTER RIGHTJ MONTY SMITH- ERMAN. TREASURER. QS: 5 W vm' . 1 "?- . ., STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES - TOP: Monte Lyons, Joey Luna, Felix Cervantes, Terry Willson, Rollie Rinker CSponsorJ, Steve Westbrook, Beth Stovall, Robin Roberts. MIDDLE: Julie Morton, Iaine Guest, Valynda Chan- dler, Tracy Reddy, Leanne Ferguson, Kristi Willis, Brenda Fulton. BOTTOM: Carmen Morales, ludi Bean, Tolya Hickerson, Susan Stovall, Elisa Garrett, LaDelle Noland. Pam Muncy. ...Q :E ...al 5- si W V V "':-.w!9i'm1'fl'w'9!feui,,,,,,., fl so Q ooh , ""'a.fw..a.mfmlm1f3ww "i'5'w 0:02,-.-. ,, A ' fri ,, ,yt-1 ,qziigyil , age... ' ' I K' i .. ., , N , ,, nw, 5 H A 6 ..., ,. . t !' D ,, f Mya-suzwaanssu Assuming the major leadership role in FHS, the student council members put in many hours on a variety of projects. Sponsoring an AFS student and preparing for Homecoming were major responsi- bilities. To these were added caroling at the nurs- ing home and sponsoring a Spaghetti Supper. Planning, preparing, and participating in these activities brought the SC officers, representa- tives, and alternates together as an active group in FHS. 79 Crazg. Fun-Filled Aciiviiies Enliven FHS ,nw The FHS Student Council led the student body into many crazy, fun-filled activities this year. Twirp Week included Hat Day, Character-50's Day, the Miss Twirp Week Contest, and Mr. Cool. Laughs were plentiful as the students responded with much interest to these activities which provided a much needed break in school routine. r .y,.y M y,.y gr 't,. M ' ' ' V 5 - 35' ' f T' .Ly M 5: H , Wy ,, If 7,3522 3: :fu ,NM A J ' :ri L- ' . , , I I 'v .- l . L H. ,, Q 1 'A Q xii f lil- ,, 1 ,, . , ,,,. 'X .Q iv? 'S gf 155 S i iv -R . ,K . 5 Q 81 Orhan - The T When walking through the halls of FHS one can almost always see the friendly face of Orhan Erisir, the 1977 AFS student. Orhan is originally from Istanbul, Turkey, but anyone could tell he has spent time in our state when he lets out that Texas drawl. Orhan mixes with people easily and enjoys learning about the many different people. He is also a very talented individual and displayed this several times as he played the piano at various gatherings. Orhan enjoyed the many happenings, most of which were new to him, and has become a very active part of FHS. We know Orhan experienced many sad and difficult times, but let's not forget the fun, happy times as well. We would like to say farewell to Orhan and say THANKS for his friendship and for his sharing this school year with the stu- dents of FHS. E99 82 urk 1' wiih ihe Texas Drawl .if-4 Q..-f 2. aj 1 ,x 1: .. .sz E - , if 1 Q. gg, 9, 2 .t 5 M1 , .,- xi 1. ' 1 tr -.k . , .5 .em ,. - 1 .....r., it 85 l 6 x S 5 l l 5 4 . . SP S we 5 ii tg X gi ,,3. l iii ff? M if if 3 i fe ref Ag? at i f if S 4 f' .ff is 2 fr t 5 is , if 5 'T E Qs its X nz., L ijt? Mena.. High Sfeppers Lead Band on Field ' W. ,, Q., i CTOP LEFT! Donna Chesshir, Drum Major. QTOP CENTERJ Melinda Morton, Assistant Drum Major. CTOP RIGHTB Adeana Morris, Head Twirler - UIL Solo, lst Place. QCENTER LEFTJ Kelly Ann Hagood. QCENTERJ Donnette ' t. sk- 1. 3. .. -, N L' Lk . S' fi rim Q M .4 :- ,Q r Q Ka. ,,. ,,.fF,-y-.- Tv M ix. -. M L . M f. -Q3.-i, . M. S. 14 'F"S'h vm Williams. fCENTER RIGHTJ Debbie Dobbins. QBOTTOM LEFTJ Donna Reid. 83 84 , .- i ,, A-.- f FJ H Y -"" V' W' 'i X' ta., W if fgff:,, W L"f' A 57" 6 , , V V , W G QQ 3?V ' -E t f . ,-f Q , it 51' "wa 'P 4 ' .-9,2 4: ' ,.f ,, 7' - 'f' . 4 , , 1 Q I . W - A f 4. - - -1 , ,A . . , x , ' '51, , L , i , W Va D Q, ' xr' V. .A ,,,' M . U V, . . B 1 . --. 1, - I WMM W V 1, f . I Q ,, , L, i , ga, an , atv, Q, ,asf f' ,ff ..,, 'ff ' ' t am, ' was 'm,1 ,, ., ,. - t , ,,kL 1 JY , ' Y - I V X..yV te , gigi . . TF ' S - M ta. .V Rr, ' K ff ' 5 if iv N,v'- , will ' VN 5,13 r' ' in ...,..q , a , g " D - -JL' Q M' " A aaa L,L,,.L .,a,.M..,,....'f"7?' .,V,, . ,.,, ...i H " a hh ' az, ,,Q awww V. A 'A' fW,f i I ,fl , "," 51' CRows named from left to rightj ROW 1: Orhan Erisir, Lana Reed, Kristi Julian. Vi: E V fi' ' Tammy Gentry, Connie Bradford, Robby Thrasher, Ricky Nicholas, Gary Hill, Felix .V Cervantes. ROW 2: Lisa Welborn, Kara Copeland, Rhonda Jordan, Julie Brawley, Tracy Reddy, Jay Jones, Martin Cruz, Noe Martinez, Rose Marie Pena. ROW 3: Q, Debbie Harrison, Ionna West. ROW 4: Leeta Adams, Kristi Willis. ROW' 5: Melissa i"' Hale, Trava Gentry, Suzanne Dyess CSoph Rep.J, Kelly Turner CV-Pres.J, Kary A . Helms CTreas.J, Tim Dyess CSr. Rep.J, Troy Marquis CFI. Rep.J. ROW 6: Beverly Burleson, Julie Morton, LaDel1e Noland CSpirit Chrmn.D, Tracy Tyer CLib.J, Shonda Fulton CLib.J, Donna Chesshir CDrum Mjr.J, Rosemary Hardin CSec.J, Laura McCu11ey fRept.J, Melinda Morton fAsst. Drum Mjr.b. ROW '71 Stacy Leatherman, Kim Barnett. ROW 8: Mitzi Hale, Atha Blake. ROW 9: Michelle Hesson, Rosa Guz- man. Putting in many extra hours in an attempt to earn individual recognition through attaining All Regional Status were TOP: Alex Torrez, Troy Marquis qAlt.D, Jett Cheek, Layne Kirk. Tim Dyess. Grant Hambright, Kelly Turner. CMIDDLEJ Melinda Morton, Billy Marquis, Derek Cheek, Lana Reed, Donna Chesshir, Atha Blake, Shonda Fulton, Joe Covington. BOTTOM: Angie Turner, Shannon Bell CA1t.J. Laura McCulley. Becky Crabtree, Suzanne Dyess, Verla Dick. Coniesis Dominale Time of Band Members 4Rows named from top to bottomj ROW 1: Jett Cheek, Pam Muncy, Paul Brown, Sheldon Sue, Clay Hamilton, Dwayne Marble, Breck Stapleton, Alex Torrez. ROW 2: Layne Kirk, Shannon Bell, Oscar Barrera, Jimmy Finley, Andy Holcomb, Jonny Finley, Todd l-lambright, Adeana Morris. CENTER: Verla Dick, Kelly Ann Hagood, Annette Goley, Mark Miller, Debbie Dobbins, Derek Cheek, Rodney Rodriquez, Donnette Williams, Melody Powell. ROW 3: Grant Harnbright, Billy Marquis, Becky Crabtree, Shawnda Heflin, Kim Marquis, Caren Campbell. Ronnette Kitchens, Donna Reid. ROW 4: Tam- mie Chesshir, Angie Turner, Renee Sanders, Joe Covington, Nancy Moss, Denise Nixon, Teresa Stewart. Kalvin Dick. i A ,r,.,1,, . ,, -A, N, ,,,, 7 -- if ., . ..,. .,,,.wew.,rsg,.,vyw , i A, . J ,, , f,.......i J.-- .. M- ,,,.,.,,.4d fl ga. s. it I' " rfsr . ' ,,,..r,-tm .. , . '3u't'1-sf" Q 1 I """"u.... Q In addition to attending contests and playing for groups as the Stage Band, these band members were an experimental group in the UIL Ensemble Contest and earned the right to compete at State. TOP: Derek Cheek, Kelly Turner, Alex Torrez, Rodney Rodriquez, Rosa Guzman, Jimmy Finley, Shannon Bell, Billy Marquis, Angie Turner. MIDDLE: Grant Hambright, Kim Marquis, Tim Dyess, Suzanne Dyess, Joe Covington, Layne Kirk, Jett Cheek, Troy Marquis, Sheldon Sue, Tammie Chesshir. BOTTOM: Kary Helms, Atha Blake, Donna Chesshir, Shonda Fulton, Pam Muncy, Melinda Morton, Tracy Tyer. 85 SS Whirlwind Band Uniies in Effori fo Become ii I Even before school starts, the WHIRLWIND band members begin their united effort to become the best. Special attention is given to the Freshmen to induct them into the ways of the Winds. The band provides exhilarating music for pep rallies and games to boost the spirits of all fans. Then comes the serious business of preparing for the all-important marching contest at Lubbock. In the Spring, eyes turn toward the concert contest. The days are never dull for the band, as there are money-raising pro- jects scattered throughout the year to enable them to attend the Six Flags Festival. Projects such as band calendars, coupon books, curb painting, and a shop- ping spree kept bandsters busy. Journeg Brings Fullillmenl lo WHIRLWIND Qlaff TOP RIGHT: Editing the WHIRLWIND takes a lot of time, work, determi- nation, and sacrifice. Brenda Turner, Editor of the 1977 WHIRLWIND, withstood a great amount of pressure as she undertook the difficulties and enjoyed the excitement of compiling an annual. Countless hours and tears are a part of the year of an editor. A deep feeling of fulfillment comes when the annuals are delivered in the summer. ABOVE: REGULAR STAFF - TOP: Patricia Anderson, Lisa Noland, Doris Robinson, Rosemary Hardin, Shandra Young, Beth Stovall, Holly Hart- sell, Leanne Ferguson, Brenda Fulton, Kara Copeland. BOTTOM: Trava Gentry, Carrla Burleson, Tolya Hickerson. Kelli Lyons, Jill Poage, lairle Guest. Knot pictured - Barbara Schwertnerj. -as UV' 88 ABOVE: Brenda Jackson, serving for her first year on the annual, assumed the job of Assistant Editor. Her contrib- F utions of time and effort toward the production of this book proved to be valuable assets. zrgtrsssssw Warsaw MQ , as is meiosis .estate M ri ass hg fi? rv - -'f-X:"A-U . iglg 1 ,,,,.., T 1 W - 3,-S ""' - . . , 6, ,, A 3, -' .rr 'J A sf ffl' Q W' . x kan, r H ,N 'q , . g ..,, . yu H f - K. r 1 ... . , ! . X K' Q Q r .4 lu 5 , .ks i A . KTOP LEFTJ SPORTS EDITORS - Rick Covington, Kary Helms. CTOP RIGHTJ PHOTOGRAPHERS - Scott Graham, Kim Barnett, Mike Arwine, Andy Holcomb. CCENTER LEFTJ DARK ROOM - Angie Turner, Mitzi Hale, Kay Faulkenberry, Patty Willis, Kelly Ann Hagood. Cnot pictured - Donna Reid, Robin Robertsj. R' ' fx ii - 1 fi?-355: U ' ' 5 ' A' 'K ' -'Q f p-,...,-- Janet Milam, Advisor 0 .V,. www wg E7 Working in the journalism class, Brenda Fulton CCENTER RIGHTJ and Tolya Hickerson fBOTTOM CENTERJ provided many ideas and much hard work throughout the year. 89 Siaffs Journeg Capiures Whirlwind Memories Before the school year had even begun, members of the WHIRLWIND Staff were taking their first shakey steps on a Journey through Whirlwind Country. As the path led them through every area of FHS, their confidence grew: and they knew their goal of capturing the memories of a year was attainable. The treasured moments recorded in this book provide a return Journey through Whirlwind Country with just a turn of its pages. ,ii 5 ef ister s -SI. 1. H ix" 5' ,r.r V- , ai 44- fe- ,Q g ws Young Clubs Aooomplish Worthwhile Goals The Della Plains HERO Club set a goal of preparing students for on- the-job training in Home Economics Related Occupa- tions. They accomplished their goals by achieving many projects. They prepared meals and served them to various people in the com- munityg they also did some catering. Working on com- mercial equipment prepared them for jobs in the fashion and food related occupations. The HERO club secured the future of these FHS students. Sandy Powell CTrea- surety, Linda lrlas, Penny Spurlock fReporterl, Gean Chris- topher QSponsor5. 1 las! ,. .. I j 1' ma y rf., 5 is ia. ff if ' -' at is M up puff R gi f fix , ' 'i s as' A, af! 1.,ff,l,,'.rf -l -israel mfr Aww. 2, ' 'L mi ! 5 5 ?Vg xvxlrfw I f:QjgwmgWgj6,, . ,lq5,W,. , 1 . ' X I A I ,Wifi Ile , zf's1za?fsl?W?Wza' :gmt wgezw, " A ' . ,- ' 51, 542 if is lg W , , Q NX 3. 15 1 ff 2 l vi V," Q rt 2 4, fr Q? 3 20 M' -v.- M f' 'L .fi 4 The FHS Texas His- torians accomplished numerous things besides showing a greater appreciation for history. They helped with the dis- plays at the Floyd County Museum, col- lected recorded oral history, and offered tutoring to younger history students. Besides making learn- ing fun for them- selves, they suc- ceeded in making it a pleasure for others . TOP: Donna Reid, Valynda Chandler, Kelli Lyons, Adeana Morris, Bill Star- key, Clay Hamilton, lill Probasco, Kelly Ann I-Iagood, Janie Synatzske CSponsorJ. BOTTOM: Mitzi Hale, Tammie Chesshir, Atha Blake CPresidentJ, Michelle l-lesson CV-Presi- dentj, David Parham fSec- retary-Treasurerj, Sheldon Sue, Dorman McCormick, Derek Cheek. '1 12, :arf se st 2 Sl 2 Law :Z': -.r'f,5"i. i 13237.41 ' fait' 5" wifi? 2? f f 2 s 91 Odds and Ends Handled bg Office Aides With some 420 students attending FHS, it is a chore to keep the office running smoothly. There is the phone to be answered, filing to do, absences to clear, and many other odds and ends to be done. The office aides assist in all of these. Aside from helping out the secretaries, being an aide exposed them to the working world in an office situa- tion. This can help to mold their ideas of what to do as they journey into future vocations. - ,. .W ,,i,,, layma Lewallen and Valynda Chandler M 3 Kerry Pratt, Lisa West, and Len Wood Larry Jones and Stephen Becker -X '-if we 92 Andy Rainwater and Randy Rainwater vu: ' ,ry J fmt 0 f 4 is Ion Jones and Shannon Bell Lana Reed and Jill Poage A., Varied Jobs Involve Librarg Aides in FHS ary Hardin 5 ly, Helen Patterson , Librarian The library is a busy place in FHS, and library aides are needed to provide an atmosphere of organization and peacefulness. Not only do these people assist with the care of booksg they also work with the audio visual equipment and magazines. Their job not only helps Mrs. Patterson but the school as a whole. ,WX ,,... Lori Vinson and Jill Probasco Kim Bertrand and Kelli Parson Monty Smrtherman Gary Hill Petra de la Fuente we eff' ,Lac 'H-waz' Q22 93 . a -, f,, -.-, Mm imawea "" Hxnfsf-fwswfzr Cheerpeppers' Spirii and Spunk Found io Be The '77 Cheergals showed their interest and concern for the Whirlwinds this year. They were clearly backing the Winds 110070, and their spirit and spunk rubbed off on the students of FHS. The role of cheerleader requires much time, prepa- ration, and enthusiasm. Our cheerpeppers spent most of their summer making pos- ters and preparing new and different cheers which they had learned at LCC. The care and closeness these girls showed were an important asset to their ability to work together. MARTHA RENDON - SENIOR Highlg Coniagious io Whirlwind Siudeni Bodg 12 f JILL POAGE JUNIOR KELLI LYONS - JUNIOR MITZI I-IALE - JUNIOR JV CHEERLEADERS - sf - i ' YQ f at United through fun and time-consuming hard work, these five girls led cheers at JV and Freshman games. TOP: Tracy Tyer, Sophomore. MIDDLE: Melody Stringer, Freshmang Darla Assiter, Soph- omore Head: Kelly Higginbotham . Freshman. BOT- TOM: Judi Bean, Sophomore. -Q Y. - .T MJ! . f.. - t1X gb WHIRL Staff Covers All Areas of FHS yn, L--' ' , ,. ., -e s. wg ' - " W' ' ,L 'ar Keeping FHS informed and, at times, amused is the always enterprising WHIRL. The staff went beyond the ordinary news reports and revealed interesting happenings that otherwise might have remained concealed from many. They were very conscious of the need to cover each group, team, and activity in FHS. Their success in this was evi- dent as they received the Award of Merit from ILPC. 6 Assuming the editorship of the WHIRL is a large task. The pressures from deadlines are a constant factor in the publication of a newspaper. Dean W Hinton, Editor, calmly took charge and cooly i handled all emergencies and routine events 1 which arose as he discharged the duties of editor. Providing advice, assistance, and, most impor- tant, experience was the sponsor, Jane Bean. sg ...E ,..- 4 BOTTOM LEFT: Dean Hinton and Mike Bean proved to be the advertiser's delights as they swept the gold med- als in AA state competition for individuals in the ILPC in the category of advertising. Dean took lst place in one- shot advertisement while Mike received top rating for continuous advertisement. The WHIRL and its advertis- ers were well represented by these two. BOTTOM RIGHT: Serving as assistants on the WHIRL were Tammy Gentry, Donna Chesshir, and Shawnda Heflin. They undertook a wide range of responsibilities such as rewrit- ing. typing, supervising, organizing, and planning. Their time and talent were a definite asset to the news- paper. WHIRL STAFF - Tracy Tyer Kim Bertrand Shannon Bell Judi Bean P erly Vick ers, Randy Rainwater, Mike Bean Doug Simpson Terry Willson urry Cnot pictured - Lori Youngj. mum.: h 7 fi? W, -t 1.3 A Q an Na' 2- Q xv x l , E lx if 4-:,. - -: v 5 'W ' u . sf A Q s Q y ,, r, :rl if W OEA - On the Move foward the Fuiure 'Cf' TOP: Connie Martinez, Teresa Lipham, Kathryn Powell, Cheryl Bearden, Sandra Ferguson. BOTTOM: Elisa Cervantes CReporter-Historianj, Beth Stovall CV-Presidentj, Brenda Turner fPresidentJ, Robin Roberts fSecre- taryh, Martha Rendon fTreasurerJ. Janet Milam CSponsorJ. On the move from the beginning was the OEA. Raising money one of the foremost projects of the year, became easy. Working with the Ex-Student Association, the club gained unexpected rewards that were greatly appreciated. They also held a garage sale by collecting items from all students. Other projects included making Christmas wreaths for all the faculty members and VOE employers . Preparing for contest involved everyone with interest and partie ipation. The actual contest resulted in two students attending the I+' state contests. Their last project of the year was the annual OEA HERO Banquet that was achieved only by the cooperation displayed by both clubs. Every project would be classified under successful. Brenda Turner - Area 2nd Place General Clerical Level II. Beth Stovall - Area 3rd Place Verbal Communications and State Voting Delegate . H l, I ,.,, , , 1 Z 1-ka ingk , K 1 f .wr E 1, u as Y , K Six. 1 ' P ...W W A51 l 98, ' . fg IAF' ilfffg- 133.1 ilk! ,V Inner Growth Helps HERO Members Cope Not only has the club grown into its fourth year, but as a result of the activities the people have grown. This year the HERO students have come to know themselves better through Encounter. Encounter is different levels of inner growth. Each member of the club became more aware of his personal growth and how to cope with problems involving school, par- ents, and the world of business. Besides Encounter sessions, each year the club has an appreciation banquet for their employers and a special week of activities in appreciation of the faculty and businessmen. Each year HERO grows along with its members who learn more about themselves and their community. TOP: Angie Alfaro, Linda Gonzalez, Kim Marquis, Yolanda Trevino, Alex Ibarra. MIDDLE: Tracey Puckett, Kellie Foster. Rhonda Bennett, Neomy Ocanaz, Janie Warren. BOTTOM: Mary Alice Craig 4SponsorJ, Holly Hartsell QSecretary-Treasurerj, Tracy Brown CPresidentJ, Glenda Thompson CV-Presi- dentj, Laura McCulley CReporterJ, Luisa Trevino CI-Iistorianj. 'l N i. fs. 0 A 2 1: t. Z ww p s ll p t i xiii. w . W 5 r- ? W fa ,,f, , ef T lsrrs s . - " . .,.. . ' as trtt T r W .. Y D' L T E t. ..,,V1i , xuirgpt. ,. W 1 ti. ri? .. mg W 1 'Q mf," -l ' 54: , ,,..s.,a1p , 'N .f ffifff Q. 1 i .za N , A DECA Provides Members wifh Fun Times CABOVEJ TOP: Curtis Robinson, Steve Westbrook, Jeffrey Johnson, Morris Keele, Pat Miller, Dale Kincer, Terry Oakley, Jesse Morales. Mickey Min- nitt, Carmen Morales. BOTTOM: Jesse Martinez CV- Pres.J, David Nichols CSgt. at Armsb, Keith Tooley CPhoto.J, Ronnie Wall CPres.J, Danny Colston CSec.- Treas.b, Phyllis Johnson CRept.b, Carlen Young, Randy Fry fParl.J. fm 1, if 1, L The Distributive Education Clubs of America is an organization formed to coordinate the activities of the DE classes. This group has been active in providing fun times for its members such as eating out in Plainview and fun nights in the gym. They have also helped our community in Floydada by working on surveys and assisting with the heart drive . IOO N5 DECA students competed at Area Contest with the following results: CTOP LEFT7 Keith Too- ley, lst - Advertising. CTOP CENTERJ Danny Colston, 3rd - Public Speaking. QTOP RIGHTJ Jesse Martinez, 2nd - Sales Demonstration and 2nd - Food Manual. CBOTTOM LEFTD Carmen Morales, 2nd - Display. CBOTTOM CENTERJ Ronnie Wall, 2nd - Auto and Petro- leum manual and 2nd - Student of the Year and 2nd - Job Interview. X E Al Rf f 2 ft Qt: ,... if . of fl r . l 'lll s .X 1 .., AIK: mlm lOl Above Average - Keg Words m NHS TOP: Brenda Fulton, Lana Reed, Nanette Burk, Brenda Turner, Dean Hinton, Pam Nichols, Kim Bertrand. BOTTOM: Grant Hambright, Layne Kirk, Mike Bean, Tracey Puckett CPresi- dentb, Beth Stovall CSecretary-Treasurerj, Tracy Brown CV-Presidentb, Billy Marquis. 5 Q: ' Ex T i 102 wx: .fm -1-no TOP: Shawnda Heflin, Tammy Gentry, Clay Hamilton, Hugh Miller, Tolya Hickerson, Jimmy Finley. BOTTOM: Shannon Bell, Kelly Turner. Bill Starkey, Rick Covington, Jon -Jones, Rickey Strange . is f The students who put a little more into their studies get a lot more than just an "A" for the year. They become members of the National Honor Society. To qualify for this exclusive club one must maintain a 90 or above aver- age. Hard work is not all that NHS offers though. A recep- tion was given in honor of the new members. It is truly an achievement, an honor, and a privilege to be a member of the National Honor Society. IO3 Speech and Drama Achieve Goals wifh Much Praoiice The Speech and Drama Club com- bines hard work with enough fun added to enjoy the achievement of goals. Self-expression is vital in the struggle to succeed and each member proves it through speech tournaments, District UIL events, and the One-Act Play. Competition in this area involves much more than saying a few sen- tences to a group of people. There are many hours spent at night, nervous moments of vying for a winning criti- que, and, always, practice! Money must be raised from garage sales, bake sales, and concession stands. With the help of many people, the Floydada Speech Tournament was successfully revived. IO4 A5 , pi TOP: Tammy Payne, Leeta Adams, Shirley Mitchell, Carlen Young, Jill Probasco, Rickey Strange, Adeana Morris, Phyllis Johnson, Stacy Leatherman, Michelle Hesson, Connie Bradford, Debbie Dobbins. BOTTOM: Holly Moritz fSponsorJ, 'Robin Roberts, 'Kelli Lyons, 'Lori Vinson CV-Presidentj, 'Nanette Burk CSecretary-Treasurerb, 'Greg Carthel CP1'esidentJ, 'Clay Hamilton, Shonda Fulton. 'Denotes Thespian Members. ,,..,,-. M ?f W f , O N 105 FHS Plags Provide Pleasure for Public Producing a play involves more than memoriz- ing a few lines. There are props and costumes to make, many rehearsals to attend, and experi- ments to attain the right effect in make-up before the production is ready for the audience. Giving their audience much pleasure, FHS's group of actors and actresses have prepared and performed two plays during this year. A In UIL competition, Floydada's 1-Act received the distinction of advancing to Area Competif tion. Robin Roberts and Terry Willson were rec- ognized as Best Actress and Actor in District with Danny Colston and Kelli Lyons being named to the All Star Cast. At Area, Terry Willson was named to the All Star Cast. Although these accomplishments required much time and effort, they realized their work was all worthwhile when they presented their production to the public. ., ran? , ,. , I Q ' .3 x 107 FFA Teaches Manu Skills Useful in Laler Journegs 99" TOP: Steve Johnson, Kirk Young, Stephen Becker, Rick Reddy, Jeffrey Johnson, Jay Lackey, Brenda Fulton. MIDDLE: Teddy Patterson, Andy Rainwater, Randy Ratheal, Mark Miller, Joel Evans, Randy Rainwater, Len Wood, Virgil Martin. BOTTOM: Carrla Burleson CTreasurerJ, Jay Waller fSentinelJ, Adeana Morris CSecretary and Sweetheartj, Steve Jones CV-Presidentb, Mark Noland CPresidentJ, Jay Womack Ckeporterb, Orville Harris fSponsorJ. 1534 TOP: Ernest Torrez, Greg Pruitt, LeRoy Martinez, Mark Mayo, Brad Bullock, Rodney Ratheal, Gary Vick, Kenny Willis, Rick Luna, Mark Beedy, Todd Vickers, Gerry Norrell, Shelby Shurbet, Rhonda Ward. MIDDLE: Bobby Green, Jay Jones, Marty Daniel, Jimmy Covington, Greg Jones, Nathan Nichols, Bryan Fortenberry, Alex Martinez, Jimmy Jack- son, Johnny Ramirez, Carlos Arellano, Cruz Enriquez. BOTTOM: Regina Sanders, Vicki Miller, Jeff Bertrand, Danny Tinney, Brett Marble, Ricky West, Clinton Ware, Cliff Hop- per, Melody Powell CPlowgirl7, Blake Kitchens, Andy Langley, Kim Warren, Don Stegall CSponsorJ. lO8 J f---ewf,.,.M li .. W. TOP: Caren Campbell, Jerry Miller, Rick Covington, Hugh Miller, Eddie Miller, Kenneth Cox, James Cleveland CSponsorJ. MIDDLE: Terry Gilmore, Jackie Thompson, Jim Potts, Bobby Whitaker, Jack Carthel, Larry Jones, Jimmy Finley. BOTTOM: Kerry Pratt, Monty Smitherman, Jon Jones, Bill Starkey, Clay Hamilton, Clay Simpson, Zane Jones. TOP: Joey Luna, Larry Westbrook, Tracy Womack, Kelly Marble, Mike Campbell, Maco- lyn Collins, Junior Arredondo, Dwayne Marble, Jimmy Jones, Jonny Finley, Abran Luna. MIDDLE: Charise Nolan, David Welborn, Mike Allen, Scott Graham, Gary Naylor, Duncan Woody, Henry Gonzalez, Kenneth Young, Monte Lyons, John Marquin, Sammy Bradley. BOTTOM: Todd Williams, Danny Nutt, Rex Reves, Keith Nixon, Neal Becker, Ray Fuller, Jay Griggs, Paul Brown, Shane King, Adam Arellano. The Future Farmers of America fit in well with the Floyd County Community. These boys and girls learn many basic skills that will help them later in their journeys through life. FFA serves as an escape from the routine classes of the day. They have several projects during the year. Among these are stock shows, wood crafts, metal sculpturing, welding, live- stock judging, and others. There was also the annual picnic- volleyball game with the FHA. Being a member of FFA is truly a challenge to open minds to the world of farming, a reward in the skills you obtain throughout the year, and just a whole lot of fun and good times along the way. FFA Qweelhearl Adeana Morris FFA Compeiiiion Offers Varieig Steve Jones - Sheep and Goat Rais- ers - District and Area Winner ,QTY ,""4 , E5 6 Q, 42 salon. .. QT- l ,S-53 5, HL , I -S 5 Q., M5 ' 'S ' N , YF , ' A iii - A ' "' 1 41- ' ' Ion Jones Southwest Cattl District Winner e Raisers if ,W KBOTTOM LEFTJ STATE FARMER DEGREE CANDIDATES - TOP: Hugh Miller, Kerry Pratt, Kenneth Griggs, Kenneth Cox. BOTTOM: Jay Womack, Jim Potts. Ion Jones, Bill Starkey. CBOTTOM RIGHTD GREENHAND CHAPTER CONDUCT- ING TEAM - TOP: Scott Graham, Bobby Green, BOTTOM: Charise Nolan, Kelly Marble. HO QTOP RIGHTB FARM SHOP TEAM - Marty Daniel, High Individual in Electric Wiring: Brett Marble: Jim Potts, High Individual Overall. QCENTER LEFTJ SR. CHAPTER CON- DUCTING TEAM - TOP: Jimmy Covington. Greg Pruitt, Jay Waller, Kenny Willis, Jeff Bertrand. BOTTOM: Gerry Norrell, Carrla Burleson, Ion Jones, Blake Kitchens. CCEN- TER RIGHTJ LIVESTOCK IUDGING TEAM - TOP: Gerry Norrell, Greg Pruitt. BOTTOM: Steve Jones. Jon Jones. gi -' fx i:'1 at QP -5 -B 'gf' fy' ' 1 - gm 5 J fd , X A tif, I : f , fi ' 0 W 1 ,Q ,itt . H -wut t if, 4, Jn ,, V my x fi.. 5. , 'I I ' It ,,, ' ..k' Q f' lik ,g 1' ,, -my ,. 'ff 4 , ' ii ' v LMA , -ff, ,. ka-, 'Fr , K I - mf, , .1 . sag, .,, t. ,,,,, f W, AFV f .'L, 1, 1 QQ vw 3' 1, -ffrf l A ' 'T A i"""'! .Ng I -J We CTOP LEFTJ FFA QUIZ TEAM - TOP: Jr. Arredondo, Tracy Wom- ack. BOTTOM: Sammy Bradley, Macolyn Collins. CTOP RIGHTJ SR. FARM SKILLS - Iim Potts, Marty Daniel, Greg Jones. CCENTER LEFTD DISTRICT PROFICIENCY AWARD WINNERS - TOP: Iay Womack, Sheep Prof.: Jay Waller, Horse Prof.: Hugh Miller, Swine Prof. BOTTOM: Jim Potts, Sheep Prof.: Carrla Burleson. Beef Prof. QCENTER RIG!-ITD AREA PROFICIENCY AWARD WINNERS - Bill Starkey. Crop Prof.: Clinton Ware, Outdoor Recreation Prof. CBOTTOM LEFTJ RADIO BROADCASTING TEAM - Andy Rainwa- ter, Stephen Becker, Clay Hamilton. CABOVEJ DAIRY CATTLE IUDGING TEAM - TOP: Jay Waller, Jimmy Covington. BOTTOM: Bobby Green, Carrla Burleson. ..,a ..,k. . . x "3 ,F C if g .,- V Sw., '4 .ee-5. :X fef r W ., " A I . 1 li EW ' My I . ,-.. X1 R ,if ,- .Y 4 1 -F. : 5 X x N. Rf 45 A 0 .e Q.. X Si-E Q are Y '2 B. 'I .mi iffi R -1 3 Self-Saiisfaoiion Resulls From FHA The Future Homemakers of America has been an exciting organization with several activities in motion. Members presented a fashion show with the clothes they had made themselves. They also sponsored a bake off. Participation in these activities prepares students for the years ahead as well as providing a lot of fun along the way. FHA also makes things more pleasant for the people of the com- munity through their programs of Little Sisters and Secret Grannies. Being an active member of FHA brings self-satis- faction as well as providing pleasure for others. H2 TOP: Irene Martinez, Kim Bertrand, Connie Martinez, Kelli Parson, Matilde Suarez, Pam Nichols, Gary Hill, Judi Bean, Lisa West, Melody Powell, Kathryn Powell, Ann Campbell. MIDDLE: Sally Green, Christie Derryberry, Darla Assiter, Jayma Lewallen, Rosemary Hardin, Nanette Burk, Kelli Lyons, Jill Probasco, Mitzi Hale, Valynda Chan- dler. BOTTOM: Nancy Moss CPI:-zsidentb, Doug Simpson CV-Presidentl, Lisa Noland iPar- liamentarianj, Jill Poage fPianistJ, Shandra Young CReporterJ, Kay Faulkenberry Cliisto- rianj, Sherri Patterson CSecretaryb, Susan Stovall, Tolya I-lickerson, Kelly Ann Hagood Alice Baker fSponsorJ. 3 , ,Lf is t,' I x FHA Beau Sammg Bradleg A-..W,1e 8 ,ig gf fg TOP: Melody Stringer, Maybelle Martinez, Billie Linker, Brenda Vick, Rose Mary Barnes, Patricia Anderson, Karen Turner, Lisa Bice, Kelly Higginbotham, Dalia Briones, Gracy Ocanaz, Lynette King. MIDDLE: Nelda Gomez, Janie Ibarra, Delia Guevara, Sylvia Medrano, Yolanda Gonzalez, Carmen Coleman, Rosemary Gonzales, Regina Baker. Glenna Powell, Elva Martinez, Rose Martinez, Sylvia Rendon. BOTTOM: Darla Parham, Barbara Schwertner, Patty Willis, Tracy Tyer CPresidentJ, Lori Bice CSecretary-Treasurerj, Kristi Julian CV-Presidentb, Becky Crabtree, Kara Copeland, Lisa Anderson, Shonda Fulton, Virginia Varner, Mona Dean CSponsorJ. ROSEBUD CHAPTER 113 Warmih of Friendship Shared Among FTA Members Being in FTA is a fun as well as a learning experience. There were several little get togeth- ers. The warmth of a friendship shared among each of the FTA members is always present. And aside from the fun and games, FTA opens the minds of many to the world of teaching. Some members student taught, others attended the con- vention at San Antonio. Most of the members par- ticipated in the Tom Watt money raising project. This organization has much to offer to its mem- bers, and its members have an abundance to offer others. Q 1 x K , 1 eq rw J , , ,,.-sz,.. . .,.. .Ti . K K 2' Q, Nagy-M, I auf .. , 4 1 , 1: ff ., 'sa t . ' 5 T .1 1 42 1 . f , r . 1 it ..zava.e,,,,,,,.,g:- f ,, .Mr sz 1.4 '-1' . a -H . f --L wth ev :- f fx? ' ' 'W "" ' i? sT2'f..'f .. .- 555- K ' ' .. 11 ff ., -IQEIVIQQ' ' 'LT ' ' .. ' f-" 1 . 114 TOP: Delia Guevara, Amelia Guzman, Matilde Suarez, Ida Martinez, Mary Guzman, Irma lbarra. MIDDLE: Isabel Martinez, Elva Martinez, Nanette Burk, Carmen Morales, Sylvia Rendon, Rose Martinez. BOTTOM: Jack Mclntosh QSponsorj, Dianna Enriquez. Kim Bertrand fPresidentJ, Kay Faulk- enberry CV-Presidentl, Rudy Garibay CParliamentarianJ, Kelli Parson CTrea- surerb, Connie Martinez CSecretaryJ, Emily Johnston CSponsorJ. ,,.r. i,, E I- :f""-K ,,...- ,f""""" x wi, F 'fr N TOP: Sally Green, Felix Cervantes, Elisa Garrett, Orhan Erisir, Cheryl Bearden, Sandra Ferguson, Elisa Cervantes. MIDDLE: Doris Robinson, Shirley Mitchell, Paula Ratliff, Kim Curry, Wanda Minnitt, Beverly Coleman, Christie Derryberry. BOT- TOM: Brenda Fulton, Patricia Anderson, Jeffrey Johnson, Carlen Young, Lisa Noland, Yolanda Morales. H5 CTOP LEFTJ The top recognition given on Award's Day spotlights the students who have been most active in FHS. This year the honors went to Jay Womack and Tracey Puckett, Most Activeg Mike Bean and Beth Stovall, 2nd Most Active, and Grant Hambright and Brenda Fulton. 3rd Most Active. KTOP RIGHTJ The 1950 Study Club selects the two students from the Voca- tional Adjustments Course to receive the highest honor. Nancy Robinson and 4Ricky Mercado, not picturedj were honored this year. CBOTTOM LEFTJ Receiving cash awards for their Soil ervation Essays Cons 116 M 1 A ft. s . ..1., .f f i '54 1. 4 . 5 a, ,., 1 , Q A 'f X j i f 55? -L 2 I gn, fBOTTOM CENTERJ NHS honors the high ranking Freshman each year. This year Becky Crabtree and Kristi Julian tied for that dis- tinction. CBOTTOM RIGHT! Being inducted into the National Honor Society in the final quarter were Seniors Tim Dyess and Thiess Brown. l Top Sludenls in All Areas Recognized 5? CBOTTOM RIGHTJ Long hours of practice by these people resulted in their being awarded the highest honors in the Speech and Drama Department. TOP: Kelli Lyons and Grant Ham- bright, Outstanding Drama Students: Clay Hamilton and Robin Roberts, Outstanding Forensic students. In addition, Clay and Robin and BOTTOM: Nanette Burk, Terry Willson, and Lori Vinson were recognized as Honor Thespians. x E. Q .3 Q4 CTOP LEFT9 Various organizations and individuals single out students to receive scholarships, trips, or awards. This year the following were chosen - TOP: Billy Marquis, Rotary Scholar- ship: Steve Jones, DeKalb Award: Len Wood, Russell Wood Memorial Award: Virgil Martin, Winfred West Memorial Award: Jimmy Finley, Farm Bureau Seminar. BOTTOM: Martha Rendon, Alpha Mu Delta Award: Kim Bertrand, TSTA Scholarship: Cheryl Bearden, Zimmerman Nursing Award: Sheldon Sue, Farm Bureau Seminar. QBOTTOM LEFTJ Exerting extra effort and time and thereby receiving additional credit were those people who were selected as' Most Valuable for the year on the WHIRL - BACK: Shawnda Hef- lin, Typist: Kim Bertrand, Reporter: Donna Chesshir, Overall. BOTTOM: Tammy Gentry, Typist, Doug Simp- son, Sports. CCENTER RIGHTJ Named Most Valuable for the year from the WHIRLWIND Staff were - TOP: Kary Helms and Rick Covington, Sports Edi- tors: Mike Arwine, Photographer. BOTTOM: Kelly Ann Hagood, Dark Room: Brenda Fulton, Regular Staff. s.... 1 T iiii ' Sy Y - kkig K C. R.: . i L is '- iii 1.2-'sf 1 'A .. . - - sf 1 F 2.15 it ,F 'B - ' T 'sos so ssr s me -if s C. -, vs ea : f ff+s"'V ' t :srs - ' 2 1 2 e V .fs - is A: fi- 2 ' T 1 f f Q . . ii ' fi 5 : in . V: 1 1 X ii r r 4 ., W ,:.. G , A -we if J i rfgf ik -Q si f , , ' u I. 'A 5. y. :.- :.. - h f ffiiglyjgjll-?,3:'s .L is 5- " : ' ' fi '3'5'-.'ixf-33265269 i ' 5 .., 2 L:l'131"-11ff":fff'7 - gr ,rn -:.. JK Q. Sq!-Qzf' 1 ,lifes if . 2 - I as 3 . 4 is K A- ' , . gi, ll, . 1 S ll7 QTOP LEFTJ READY WRITING - Kim Bertrand, District Brd. fnot pictured - Nanette Burk, Laura McCu1ley.J CTOP RIGHTJ TYPING - Leanne Ferguson: Patricia Anderson, District Zndg Jill Poage, District lst, Regional 4th. Cnot pictured - Trava Gentry.J CCENTER RIGHTJ IOURNALISM - TOP: Shannon Bell, Editorials: Dean Hinton, Headlines, District 2nd: Shawnda Heflin, Fea- tures, District 3rd. BOTTOM: Donna Chesshir, Fea- tures, District 2nd: Tammy Gentry, Editorials. D -Q" F b .,, ,., Www., CBOTTOM LEFTy SPELLING - Sandra Ferguson. Cnot pic- tured - Lucy Pierce, District 3rdq Doug Simpson.J CBOT- TOM RIGHTJ JOURNALISM - Judi Bean, Newswriting, District lst: Doug Simpson, Newswritingq Mike Bean, Headlines, District lst, Regional 4th. 118 A , i f 1.5 Xxx' v Q 1 " , .. W N, ,Y 5 95 rs fr , 1 Ji 5 E, 49604 ,,,,, Nzfv. .,-,, gf. .. ,Q , ,, R . f 3 G. X, f l 1 XX Whirlwind UIL Coniesianis Earn Disiricf Trophg CTOP LEFTJ SPEECH - Michelle Hesson, Informative: Tolya Hickerson, Persuasive, Clay Hamilton, Informative, District lst: Patricia Runnels, Informative. Cnot pictured - Shirley Mitchell, Inforrnative.J QTOP RIGHTJ SPEECH - Nanette Burk, Prose, District 2nd, Cnot pictured - Tammy Payne, District 3rd, Regional 4th: Debbie Dobbins.3 it CCENTER LEFTJ NUMBER SENSE - Jett Cheek, Darla Assiter. Knot pictured - Billy Marquis.b SLIDE RULE - Cnot pictured - Grant Hambright, Tim Dyess.J CBOTTOM LEFTJ Tracy Brownp Mike Beau, District lst. CBOTTOM RIGHTJ SPEECH - Robin Roberts, Poetry. Cnot pictured - Kelli Lyons, Poetry.J 119 Whirlwinds Earn Deparimenial Recogniiion KTOP LEFTJ ENGLISH PHASE III, IV, COLLEGE PREP - TOP: Cheryl Bearden, Michelle I-lesson, Grant Q, QQ .. .4 Hambright, Jay Womack, Paul Radloff, Gerry Norrell. BOTTOM: Becky Crabtree, Kristi Julian. Kim , Barnett, Sandra Ferguson. Knot pictured - Ricky Dayb. KTOP RIGI-ITD DRIVERS EDUCATION AND : DRAFTING - Sherri Patterson. Knot pictured - Mark Millerj. KCENTER LEFTI HEALTH - TOP: Duncan f Woody, Jonny Finley, Jett Cheek, Juanita Nicholas. MIDDLE: Nelda Gomez, Patty Willis, Barbara - ke Schwertner. BOTTOM: Rhonda Jordan, Kristi Julian, Kelli Lyons. Knot pictured - Daniel Rodriquezb. gtg, KCENTER RIGHTJ GOVERNMENT - TOP: Tim Dyess, Jesse Martinez. BOTTOM: Cheryl Bearden, gli, , Randy Ratheal, Kathy Green. KBOTTOM LEFTJ PHYSICAL SCIENCE - TOP: Kristi Julian. BOTTOM: 1 Sammy Bradley, Leanne Ferguson. Knot pictured - David Peralez and Daniel Rodriquezj. KBOTTOM RIGHTJ BUSINESS - TOP: Lisa Noland, Jill Poage, Leanne Ferguson. BOTTOM: Brenda Turner, Patri- cia Anderson, Mary Guzman. ,., ,er ,xy .3 , l NH' 'B was ew . A O K 5 if A Q i . m " , E ,.., KBOTTQM CENTERJ DELLA PLAINS VOCATIONAL ED. - Sandy Powell. Knot pictured - Richard Ramirez and Iessie Maldo- nadob. VOCATIONAL ED. - Penny Spurlock. If sk S-ir' . FRS g, 'yi , fi : . 4 S fe T QW fir, ,kh , I vw, 1 5 Y ' ii Q, i , , 5 ' i ' H A ,ws H 2 M 1- .FQ I was 1 A , A19 ' L 1, 4 . fi -i??Qf"1 '7 :Q , ' 1 ,. , E' il , W "Wm .,7f,'f 5, Qs, L, - : . s B W Wig: l' it i , Y , J . -' ' '-fft: , EBV , f 4 A 'E s 3: L to , in L . 2 1-Q Q -. 1223 i g: f' I - E :A U 9 .41 Q ' ja -: 1' K '1"'f'l ii mt g, i s it N Ififjflgl. HEP ll ,ig E 3 M CBOTTOM LEFTD MATH - TOP: Jonny Finley, Kelly Turner, Jay Waller. MIDDLE: Trava Gentry, limmy Jones, David Welborn. BOTTOM: Shannon Bell, Debbie Harrison, Rose Marie Pena. fnot pictured - Paul Radloff. Daniel Rodriquezb. QBOTTOM RIGHTJ SCIENCE - TOP: Lisa West, Darla Assiter. Gerry Norrell. BOTTOM: Beverly Vickers. Mike Arwine. CTOP LEFTI ATHLETICS - TOP: Alonzo Gonzalez, Morris Keele, Keith Tooley. MIDDLE: Jay Lackey, Jay Womack, Mickey Minnitt, Randy Ratheal. BOTTOM: Brenda Fulton, Iayrna Lewallen, Tracey Puckett. KTOP RIGHTJ BAND AND MUSIC THEORY - TOP: Sheldon Sue, Layne Kirk, Troy Marquis. MIDDLE: Donna Chesshir, Suzanne Dyess. BOT- TOM: Derek Cheek. CCENTER LEFTJ ENGLISH PHASE I, II - TOP: Jonny Finley, Todd Williams, Pat Mendoza, Virgil Martin. MIDDLE: Duncan Woody, Sylvia Medrano, Elva Martinez, Glenda Thompson. BOTTOM: Quinn Coleman, Melissa Hale, Kenneth Young. Knot pictured - Eli Enri- quezb. QCENTER RIGHTJ SPEECH AND DRAMA - TOP: Lori Vinson, David Parham, Donna Chesshir. BOTTOM: Mary Guzman, Kim Bertrand. 'au f 0 ,,,v f,fai :: i 'f I i" ,.,. .-., ' ,I ly Z 4 443 I :f " 1 . , . . ,. , , . , ,s ,M . . . ,N .1 I I fl 1 A . W e 1-.aj 4, Emi ,. --via, ....-.Q Saw, 4 4 'Q Q ' , U ff ,a, , 4 . .nl-W 1 , ,, , ,N Q as .,,, 1,4 if F u , . . . 121 KRIGHTJ AGRICULTURE - TOP: Jay Waller, Keith Nixon, Danny Nutt. BOTTOM: Ion Jones, Carrla Burleson. Knot pictured - lim Pottsb. QTOP LEFTJ PHYSICAL EDUCATION - TOP: Rudy Medrano, Alex Martinez. BOTTOM: Rosa Guzman, Barbara Schwertner. Cnot pictured - David Pera- lezj. : 'Razr me fs .Vg is .I 122 955219 ,LQ 4, . Deparimenial Recogniiion Goes fo FHS Siudenis it ,. g. . fr, T" I lg? k,,. , iff 'f S CCENTER LEFTJ COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - TOP: Ronnie Wall, Carlen Young, Mark Noland. BOTTOM: Glenda Thompson, Brenda Tumer. CCENTER RIGHTJ HISTORY - TOP: Paul Radloff, Shannon Norris, Kalvin Dick, Beverly Vickers. MIDDLE: Michelle Hesson, Tammy Gentry, Lisa West. BOTTOM: Trava Gentry, Adeana Morris. QBOT- TOM LEFTJ SPANISH - TOP: Billy Marquis. BOTTOM: Hope Mendoza, Sandra Fergu- son. CBOTTOM RIGHTJ HOMEMAKING - TOP: Rick Covington. Matilde Suarez, Nelda Gomez. BOTTOM: Melody Powell, Darla Assiter, Eva Spurlock, Barbara Schwertner. 1 Sfairwag io Heaven Honors Whirlwind Band A infix lf l ,ll 'The Stairway to Heaven" is filled with music - music from the band, naturally as they carried out their theme for the annual band banquet. This gala event is given to honor band members and to recog- nize those who were especially outstanding. QTOP LEFTJ Tim Dyess f John Philip Sousa Award. CTOP CENTERJ Billy Mar- quis and Grant Hambright - Jazz Award. CTOP RIGHTD Kelly Turner, Arion Award. CBOTTOM LEFTD Shonda Fulton, Outstanding Soph. CBOTTOM CENTERJ Jett Cheek, Outstanding Fr. 123 Magic Transforms Cal'e+eria Info World of Wonder The transformation of an ordinary cafeteria into the magical and Won- derful World of Disney resulted from the hard work of the Junior Class. The colorful theme and clever decorations caused imaginative minds to flash back to when their journeys first began - their childhood. Countless hours were spent making plans and deci- sions, writing and rewriting, and cre- ating decorations to form the warm, enthusiastic attitude which prevailed as the Junior Class wished the Senior Class of '77 the best of luck and many happy years full of fun and good times. 'fli- 124 3 Qg t iff C' . I A I ff ! ff: xxx ,f N ,- k I ,, QL NY- I Mean Green Honored in Relaxaiion of Banqueis , 1 , xy? .fy '- Illia e B- Jax 26 ,jg 2 Y e W, , '54 2 X x ? -e X ie N' - - V. X ,gf . - X V -... FOOTBALL Fighting Whirlwind Jay Womack Out- ' standing Lineman lay Lackey Outstanding Back Mic- key Minnitt Basketball Fighting Whirlette Beth Sto- Lana Reed - Football Sweetheart After the games are all over the time comes to relax in a different atmosphere. The annual Spring Sports and Football Banquets are given in honor of these hardworking athletes. These banquets are a chance for all to sit and enjoy a good meal and even better, reminisce about good times shared. During these banquets the long-awaited announcement of Fight- ing Whirlwind and Fighting Whirlette is made. After the festivities, the spirit does not die. Each of these ath- letes holds a touch of sadness in departing yet a sense of pride in what they have accomplished. H tw? Track Fighting Whirlette - Martha Rendon 7 - . V - . e's' ,'-tf f't' Track Fighting Whirlwind - Mickey Minnitt k Fighting Whirlwind - Randy Ratheal :L 127 Banqueis Recognize Members of DECA. FFA Taking part in various clubs such as DECA, FFA, FTA, HERO, or OEA provided a feeling of accomplishment and pride. Some students who took part in the activities of these clubs were recognized at the annual banquets at the closing of the year. Personal goals were met by many of these students and their successes were pointed out and rewarded at their club's banquet. f ,yyry tr y W 5 '25 I28 R 4 is fi 5" sinh A HERO OEA Afier Hard Year's Work , if 1 x , . 1 , 'Q- ' x mxm 5 1 kgs, f 4' '5.?'1f 2 Y. M in W, K 1 v? X' ! ..f xiii' Q, Fwy E 'N ' C? 5? V Ii K " 3 fi ' if gi it 2 if . A? fx, 7214" , 1 'v Q ' ' K, W1 axe 130 Banqueis Bring Ouisianding Individual Awards Various club banquets bring about the outstanding individual awards which are distributed during these banquets. Many students are deserving, but only one is , selected to receive the highest award for outstanding effort in their own organization. The highlight of the FTA Banquet came as they installed their 1977-'78 offi- cers. 1 Jay Waller - FFA Star Chapter Farmer Ronnie Wall - DECA Outstanding Student 7' lflr s Keith Nixon - Star Greenhand Farmer E 'FI' K 1' N 95. x s- A 1- A if Brenda Turner - OEA Outstanding Student -Q.. Wi' x tx X ' Jaw " Seniors Traveled Unmarked Road when the Seniors of "7'7 first began their journey, the road looked long and hard. Each day led them around new curves and up many steep hills: but those Seniors kept right on climbing. Some turned on the wrong paths and had to strug- gle to return to the right one. Many times there were no signs telling them what to do or which way to go: but they worked together as a class and always pulled through. Each individual knew he had a responsibility to fill in setting a pace for those who will follow . . . 3 l l ,n f ig, , ., -2 . ,swf in ' v ' 2: Z 73 ' 15 I f ,,,k .,g s iNf 5, 155 5 .,1. , ., ,Ig ,. W W ' Wg, V - :wif 1 Exes Realize Their Journeg's Onlg Begun ,rd fem f , - 3 XV N PHS .'V.'p'naA A . . . for the most part they ldid fulfill these responsibilities. Many detours took them to parties and other get togethers but always car- ried them back to the main track. The final days of their high school life became very meaningful for the class, and all enjoyed simply being together and reminiscing. As graduation finally arrived sadness became a part of the happiness. Each individual was happy about starting a new journey, but was also sad about turning away from the old and having only his memo- ries of the days gone by. As the Graduating Class of 1977 began their march across the stage, they realized it was the end1 and, as they left as Exes of FHS. they knew it was only the beginning. 133 The Whirlwind alhleles each began fheir journegs on separaie 'rracks each carrying his own load gel lraveling as a closelg bound group who dis- cover as iheg reach +he end of fheir Journey lhrough Whirl- wind Counlrg +ha+ lheg are no longer lravel- ing as individuals. bui as one. 311 'Pas Alhlefics l an H113 I S 'ri '3l i 3 i T-u -r 1'T ---A Track y 1. ----+ ci ECI! :Ii . ..... - - .. -f in !l!l!'!l!l!l!l!l!l 5 Compeiilive Spin-ii Enables Winds lo Overcome Odds Fired with competitive spirit, the Whirlwinds came out fighting for the District Crown with an unlikely chance to compete with the other area teams. But, the Whirlwind spirit and pride came through to carry them to the victory circle once again. The Winds, having had a slow start, began to put things together as usual with Head Coach L. G. Wilson and his magical touch. Over the past nine years, Coach Wilson has amassed an amazing record of '75- 20-4. Long hours of preparation were put together on and off the field by coaches and players alike to produce an offense and a defense that were unbeatable in district play. 1- at 11- A , are 5- ,r -...r cr ,, I , """ ' ' 'J 'X nl ' W I W 'tr . ' A J J - . " K , WW K , - 'i,, Q 1, :E . ,,f, ,. L , ,rg .Sl Q . J. t, , , t ,,r,,, ,st r ,,,r is ..:e ,C r.,,.,r r'-- .lll if-51 .,.A W is J 1 --Lf 4 3,152 -ffif -gs.. X ' ., , L, ,,..- .L is ,I J 3 Q f -.et r,-,- rt 1 gk, 'I ,,,,,-,,...,.r "mf ' :pf'f-fisizr f t"'tt f biggest' ' , 't" A 'B' s,ii - J' 14 51 LSSCN - toe' '- I i ' I q ,Is -rri p- I TOP RIGHT: JACK CARTHEL. Jr., 361, 1-yr. letter: LEN WOOD, sr., 1:77, 2-yr. letter, H f DANNY COLSTON, sr., 3325, 2-yr. letter, All District Defensive End: RICK CARTHEI., sr., 42 " 32, 2-yr. letter. -.,1 - as ABOVE: CALVIN REESE, sr., 4:76. 1-yr. letterg JIM PoTTs, Jr., 4162, 1-yr. letter: SHELDON Z yr.,i . pg SUE, Jr., 854, 1-yr. letter, All District Hon. Ment. Center: JON JONES, Jr., 1-yr. letter, All p . 4 District and All South Plains Guard: JESSE MORALES, Sr., 3366, 1-yr. letter. fl P PT L if RIGHT: MICKEY MINNITT. sr., 433, 3-yr. letter, A11 District Offensive and Defensive seek, All South Plains Player of the Yearq JAY WOMACK, Sr., itll, 3-yr. letter, All District Quarter- W' lgpb'l O X ' back, All South Plains l-lon. Ment.: LARRY JONES, Jr., 340, 2-yr. letter, All District l-lon. Vkg, Ment. Back: RUSTY CAGLE, Jr., 312, All District Hon. Ment. Back. A S A it A 136 LEFT: As Mickey Minnitt boots the ball deep into enemy territory, Steve lones, lim Potts, Jay Lackey, and Sheldon Sue pursue the ball in an attempt to shut down the opposing team's return efforts. BELOW: The Whirlwind offense expresses joy as they reach their goal - six points. CENTER LEFT: lay Womack and Jay Lackey were elected captains for their leadership and play- ing ability. Their leadership on and off the field was evident as the struggle for 411 was their ultimate goal. CENTER RIGHT: RICK COVINGTON, Ir. , it 30, 1-yr. letter, All District Hon. Ment. Defensive Cornerback: JAY LACKEY, Sr., 3244, 3-yr. letter, All District and All South Plains Line- backer: MORRIS KEELE, Sr., 388, 1-yr. letter: RICKY DAY, Soph, 3141, 1-yr. letter: TODD VICKERS, Soph, 310, 1-yr. letter. LOWER LEFT: Assistant Coach Joe Paty watches intently as his secondary undertakes the task of preventing enemy aerials. LOWER RIGHT: RUDY GARIBAY, Sr., 364, 1- yr. letter: KERRY PRATT, Jr. , 3352, 1-yr. letter: STEVE JONES, Sr., 4160, 1-yr. letter: RONNIE WALL, Sr., 3265, 2-yr. letter. '4 Q 'K ,pi ,,iV If ' f . 3 I I I W i I .gih K SJ -f ' 3 Q--9--Wi , 'Xi sl We Q ,., 4' M my p 137 RIGHT: A part of Coach Donny Carthel's responsibility to the Winds was to transmit defensive instructions to the signal callers in the huddle. BELOW: A Tulia ballcarrier collides into a brick wall as he is fronted by several Wind defenders. Between Danny Colston, Ronnie Wall, Rick Covington, and Rick Carthel, the offensive charge of the Hornet is brought to a halt. CENTER LEFT: MONTY SMITHERMAN, Jr. , 47580 , 1-yr. letter: ANDY RAINWATER, Sr. , 387, 1-yr. letter: RANDY RATHEAL, Sr. , 322, 2-yr. letter, All District Offensive End, All South Plains Hon. Mem: STEVE WEST- BROOK, SI. , 321, 2-yr. letter. CENTER RIGHT: STANDING - CLAY SIMPSON, Ir. , 473, 1-yr. letter: BILL STARKEY, Jr., 375, 1-yr. letter: CARMEN SOLIZ, Jr. , WTO, 1-yr. letter. KNEELING: KENNETH GRIGGS, Jr. , 376, 1-yr. letterg PAUL RADLOFF, Soph, 355, 1-yr. letter. W4 A it K Pun- RIGHT: Enthusiasm rip- ped through the Mean Green team as the pre- game tension generated a powerful desire to retain the County Championship for one more year. This longing was fulfilled as the Winds brought disap- pointment to the Long- horn Homecoming crowd. Q 1 ,541 A x I if ig 138 Bi-Disirici Tiile Achieved Afier Slow Qfari if A I QR' f ll? TOP LEFT AND CENTER: Whirlwind managers, BARRY IONES and KENNETH YOUNG treated minor team injuries and repaired equipment as a part of their duties. TOP RIGHT: A fumble drew a crowd as Danny Colston, lack Carthel, Rusty Cagle, Rick Carthel, Ronnie Wall, and Larry Jones rushed in to take advantage of a Canyon turnover as Rick Covington covered the ball. CENTER RIGHT: In addition to his main job as head basketball coach, Coach Rollie Rinker assisted with both the Varsity and the JV. His high spirit generated that of the team. BOTTOM RIGHT: One mighty surge from the offensive line was what it took to clear the path for the backfield to explode. BOTTOM LEFT: Timing was an important fac- tor in determining the outcome of the offensive movement of the ball. 139 'W .,,., TOP LEFT AND RIGHT: lay Lackey's ability to boom the ball downfield combined with excellent coverage by the whole punting unit were the keys needed to demolish an opponent's runback. CENTER LEFT: A balanced defensive attack was executed as Danny Colston, Jay Womack, Rick Carthel, Ronnie Wall, and Jay Lackey halted the forward momentum of the striking Lobo during the Homecoming bout. CENTER RIGHT: Mickey Minnitt dives at the ball carrier as Rick Covington sails in to put on the finishing touches. BOTTOM LEFT: Punishing blows dealt by Randy Ratheal and lay Lackey effectively frustrated the spirited Idalou Wildcats as they struggled to break the deadlock in the decisive district battle. BOTTOM RIGHT: Determination and alertness on the part of the Winds resulted in a touchdown-saving tackle. 140 Uniied Efforl Yields Disiricl Ti+Ie - One More Time RIGHT: An eleven-man effort produced a long touchdown run by Mickey Minnitt. CENTER LEFT: As lay Womack searches the area for an open receiver, his offensive line meets the challenge of holding out the Canyon defenders. CENTER RIGHT: The field-goal unit capitalized on another scoring opportunity. SECOND FROM BOTTOM RIGHT: Ronnie Wall, Sheldon Sue, Rick Carthel, Len Wood mutilate a Lockney ball carrier as he makes an unsuccessful attempt to gain yard- BOTTOM RIGHT: The Green defenders upend the struggling Wildcat as he reaches for the gem: .9 O - E if Exoiiing Season Ends on Cold. Blusierg Nighl thrilled the crowd . ooo 1976 VQIIRLWIND SCORING RECORD - 7-4-1 FHS, L i'OPPO3NEljAT PHS OPPONENFP' LKVV ,. ,o,, 13 ,?Tu1ia 7 fe canyon 14 C f'fAber1iathy 0 Alfi. 4:1 153O1ton of VN14 iifsldaldfls, ,. 14 E20 BL ISTRICT 1 29 is '1 6 REGIONQFL 1 . 13 Childress 34 F 121 1 "'i'District Garries CENTER LEFT: Monty Smitherman, Jay Lackey. and Jack Carthel smother the offense of the Friona Chieftains, holding them to an early season shut out. CENTER LEFT: The Whirlwind defense proves their ability as they hurriedly tackle the foe. BOTTOM LEFT: The Whirlwind offensive line demonstrates its blocking ability as they spoil the defensive efforts to shut down the Winds. BOTTOM RIGHT: Excitement swept the field as the Whirlwinds once again 2 Fuiure Winds Gain Confidence wiih Experience 4 i , Y - , WM, Www TOP ROW: Coach Donny Carthel, Coach Rollie Rinker, Jett Cheek Cmanagerj, Jimmy Covington, Clay Simpson, Kenny Willis, Bryan Fortenberry, Danny Cedillo, Coach Arlon Barnes, Coach Mark Vinson. MIDDLE ROW: Rodney Ratheal, Jay Waller, Rick Luna, Greg Jones, Bill Moore, Jr. Cue- vas, Jerry Coleman, Mark Beedy, Kenneth Young Cmanagerh. BOTTOM ROW: Brad Feuerbacher, Kary Helms, Marty Daniel, Jimmy Jackson, Carlos Arellano, Joe Covington, Richard Ramirez. FHS JV WHIRLWIND SCORING RECORD SPEOKENT FRESHMAN SCORING RECGRD - 5-2 FHS OPPONENT O Slaton O 18 Slaton '7 21 Post O 28 Post 8 6 Roosevelt 23 . . . 15 Plalnvlew 19 8 Tulla '24 . . 13 Littlefield 0 39 Abernathy O . 14 Tulra 16 19 Lockney O 25 Abernathy O 14 Dunbar 14 31 Crosb ton 20 32 Coronado 0 Y Freshmen Qiari High School Career wiih 5-Q Season 'ESA if A mf , ?" r J ,S fi 3 R A ,rs J , X 1 A ii 1 A 'iyy i 'fy C LW R ,J A q if A iii 1 A 4, 1 ,gr . I! VV E i yy g,r,,,,, A mmm, ,.. G - V , gtqy W p wp , if Lira: wi'i'fff, , J E H: .la if as 'if'-'va Q3 Qmrsyiafs All ii 4fyf.:f"iit TOP ROW Coach Daniel Coward Paul Brown and Sammy Bradley Cmanagersj Breck Stapleton, Todd Williams, Ray Mercado, David Welborn, Tracy Womack Joey Luna Monte Lyons Larry Westbrook Coach Gary Steves Coach Cliff Stephens. MIDDLE ROW: Ben Salazar, Mike Campbell H . . . enry Gonzalez Danny Nutt Duncan Woody Keith Nixon Mrke Bagwell Earnest Garza, John Reese, Rex Reves. BOTTOM ROW: Troy Marquis, Macolyn Collins. Gary Naylor, Junior Arredondo, Jimmy Jones, Mike Allen, Todd Hambright, Neal Becker, Rodney Rodriquez. L A' ' W , - r. 1' A g f L' 1 1 ' Q ' 'raiser'-. ,Q ' , :gn ' '. a ,.,, . W ,. ,gi ,,,, ' rf ' 5' ' if Q 4? ' A w , g 5 . 'J ,A .K , I I gg- , I I I 1 H I M ,W 1 J up yy t b ga , to y p ' A 1 'L ,gm 1 'JT 'LM-., r lv , ' 'il A , ,., 5 "WW-M V fl Q 1 ,J ,, , ' s, M : , I P I I I 1 Y I I I I Winds Sirive io Overcome Rough Compeliiion TOP LEFT: Coach Rollie Rinker applied his fine attitude and coaching techniques as the main ingredients for establishing the '76-'77 Whirlwind team. The squad progressed slowly with the make-up of the team continuously changing due to injuries and personnel diffi- culties. Despite these factors, Coach Rinker led, his team to an 8-14 record. CENTER LEFT: Coach Gary Steves fulfilled his role as JV coach as well as acting as assistant for the Varsity by giving valuable advice and time when needed by Coach Rinker. CENTER: Coach Daniel Coward, striving to teach his boys the Whirlwind spirit, erected a fine Freshman team which finished the season in great Wind fashion. CENTER RIGHT: Several members of the Whirlwind team surround a Tulia player as he attempts his shot. BOT- TOM CENTER: Mickey Minnitt drives in for a layup against Nazareth. BOTTOM RIGHT: Morris Keele lays up a shot while Joey Davis and Mike Bean prepare for a possible rebound. 44 1 'if is 9. 4 0 ,of y r I 'l"'l .4 'Q 1 A 0 ..,.....- o TOP LEFT: The Antelope attempt to score was halted by Morris Keele as he defended the goal. TOP CENTER: Morris Keele grabs the ball off the hoop while his teammates concentrate on block- ing out the opposing team. TOP RIGHT: MORRIS KEELE, Sr., 1-yr. letter, All District Hon. Ment. CENTER LEFT: JOEY DAVIS, Sr., 2-yr. letter, All District. CENTER: As he turns to run down court, loey Davis looks for his teammates to establish the fast break. CENTER RIGHT: MICKEY MINNITT, SI., 3-yr. letter, All Dis- trict. BOTTOM LEFT: Mickey Minnitt displays his shooting ability in an important game with Tulia. BOTTOM CENTER: The Whirlwind team begins a much wanted and well-prepared for game against the Lockney Longhorns. 145 'll - . ...., nh .I .f"?7' 3- ':'1"-' R5 a Q TOP LEFT: Two members of the Whirlwind team display their jumping ability as they reach for the ball. TOP CENTER: As Mickey Minnitt bounds for the ball, his fellow team- mates move in on the action. TOP RIGHT: The toss of the ball was the beginning of excitement as Rick Carthel tips the ball toward other members of the team. CEI' LEFT: Quinn Coleman shows his unique style as he twists through the opposing team. CEN TER: Rick Carthel leaps into the air to block Wildcat shot. CENTER RIGHT: RICK CAR THEL, Sr. , 2-yr. letter, All District Hon Ment. BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Bean jumps halt the opponents' progress toward two p as team members position themselves for rebound. BOTTOM CENTER: Mickey Mi searches for a teammate who has an opp nity to put the ball through the hoop. Tension Mounis with ihe Toss of ihe Ball I ,,f-Pe Y-. V ,, X.. ' 4'E,,Oti3',f'i - i't5'J3ai3 I I -:sul TOP LEFT: QUINN COLEMAN. Ir. . 1-yr. letter. TOP CENTER: Morris Keele sinks a jump shot against Lock.ney. TOP RIGHT: Varsity Manager. Iett Cheek, did his job with great efficiency as he helped with all the team needs. CENTER LEFT: Quinn Coleman halts a driving attempt toward the goal. CENTER: Kary Helms cuts off a base line attempt by the Longhoms. CENTER RIGHT: MIKE BEAN, Sr. , 1-yr. letter. BOTTOM LEFT: The exciting action is begun as Morris Keele times the ball to the exact second so he will get the tip. Whirlwind Spirii Qoars wiih Crowd Backing pn... naug- ...ol TOP LEFT: KARY HELMS, Soph, Reserve Letterman. TOP CENTER: As Mike Bean extends his arms to tap the ball, Joey Davis readies himself to receive it. TOP RIGHT: Timothy Collins soars into the air adding 2 points to the scoreboard total. CENTER LEFT: Morris Keele retrieves the loose ball after a missed shot by the Wildcats. CENTER: An Idalou defender attempts to block a baseline shot by Mike Bean. CENTER RIGHT: TIMOTHY COLLINS, Soph, Reserve Letterman. BOTTOM RIGHT: Whirlwind spirits are aroused by the enthusiastic cheerleaders. H8 JV and Fish Whirlwinds Replenish Whirlwind Pride l t Mfrf 1 it ffr. fi .4 , f ,,,l:,: , L,5:,,,, .K W: ii. A T' A iiiii' i 2 JV WHIRLWIND 4 A ---' A 1 44 . A SCORING PJCORD 1 1 - A iiii y- : ted it it fm 4, 1 FHS OPPONENT is 4 S g 44 Hale Center 50 1 1 5 A . 43 Jeyten 27 M ' ffffi X ""i" '70 Aspermont 68 ' 4i'ii1 ' 1 3' ' 'kgii 'ff 5' 4Q'i 44 Spur 52 tee.-.-1 5 , , it O i ii 56 Peet 55 .8 Nj A , ii 1 37 Littlefield 48 339911 ,' 4 'A if 1 S' 53 Nazareth 35 at '.V" bglub e 'ff 21 Dimmitt 48 5 y hVi W-if 25 Canyon 49 h 'ii' 4444 31 Dimmitt 56 ff if 1 S it 45 Tahoka 42 gs ,A I VIKKK A S A X ' Vi -jf frf' 1 1 40 Sl.E1IO1'1 55 my iiiiii L 5 55 Roosevelt 61 5' W'AiA A 5 'ii' 45 Idalou 27 F, X r...... K 43 Lockney 54 A , - A 38 Tulia 51 1 F 48 Abernathy 80 62 Crosbyton 64 46 Tulia 52 IV WHIRLWINDS - TOP: Rudy Medrano CManagerJ, Brad Feuerbacher, Todd Vickers, Kary Helms, Bobby Green. BOTTOM: Timothy Collins, Ricky Day, Greg Carthel, Jimmy Jackson. FRESHMAN SCORING RECORD FHS OPPONENT 66 Tulia 40 58 Crosbyton 30 59 Abernathy 55 47 Lockney 25 41 Idalou 23 55 Frenship 27 44 Post 54 36 Lockney 28 61 Tulia 47 55 Motley Co . 32 615 Crosbyton 56 '7 Lorenzo 69 58 Abernathy 71 34 Lockney 33 56 Idalou 40 FRESHMAN WHIRLWINDS - TOP: Monte Lyons, Henry Gonzalez, Tracy Womack, David Welbom Kenneth Young, Paul Brown CManagerJ. BOTTOM: Neal Becker, Rodney Rodriquez, Macolyn Col- lins, Gary Naylor, Todd Hambright, Mike Allen, and Troy Marquis. I4 Whlrlefles Qfand un Pride Through Long Season 'Fi 'Lt 31, , 34' Q1 33' xc- -9 ul 31- 35: rfA 'R' 1 fr 'XV 'ir r A fr Xt' 1' -:Q if .Y if vs-Y' 'tl -:1 ' .gr " AvAf,,x1fr1- 'IG-'f'1,"f 1' ff 'ff TOP LEFT: BETH STOVALL, Guard, Captain, 2-year letter. A11 District 2nd Teamg TRACEY PUCKETT, Forward, Captain, 3- year letter, A11 District 2nd Team. TOP RIGHT: MARTHA RENDON, Guard, 2-year letterg BRENDA FULTON, Guard, 2-year letter, All District 2nd Team: KATHY GREEN, Guard, 1-year letter. CENTER LEFT: JILL PROBASCO. Guard, 1-year letterg KATHY DAVIS, Forward, 1-year letter, RHONDA BENNETT, Guard, 1- year letter: TOLYA HICKERSON, Guard, 1-year letter. BOTTOM LEFT: DONNETTE WILLIAMS, Guard and Forward, 1-year letter: JILL POAGE, Forward, 1-year let- terg LISA WEST, Forward, 1-year letter: KIM CURRY, Forward, 1- year letter, All District 2nd Team. ,421 143 f f .f ff f--fklfsezagsm.,-f , -a ,,,.s.r,s1,nsms,sm 1. Wrzfgkig, fa ' 'Gi--2-41i51.'Z?:-' --'L if, iii? M , ..,x.. fair 1, Q-awsrrxf. 1 m2igf,yQ1Q1 g gf - mtg, ,, .,.: . 474 1 if '1'111 ' . .xr r 552111, H lfzfefzssefsa, 5 fx:, s aina Q - l i aeii A P Pet?F5baef8f s Co . my 1 3-'Q Ifzsxsksisaqs, 1 issi ss if iyaaa K 'fil ili 32 ' i ii: is i a as . 1 ee L ago t . . W Gi ., V by nnna s eeeiiie ' '2fi11 Q eliai i il . a 1X1 -1b."-.,.. yr A In kWkLikz ' myii L,m,c i . . g - salr i' l , r :sg ' Lm1?f?e1d. 11957 a F53 ildalou f 1 4 i . ' me -12 ,111,. at V :le 1 Q Nd , 4 , ""' y 3 i QQ . ,A , . Q il or M z Q A,,. 5' X, 3 - "V f V, 1 4 A , ' ??1 4f55'?. ' 'KS f' ' - ' - as 3' ,, 1 ,Q " H. ' - ' 'K ' , 3' e- I V' H 1 A 'ii x S . 'Y .. if f f v' ' hh . . Grasping hold of a new experience and dealing with it takes courage and deter- mination. Coach Cliff Stephens made many new adjustments, and the traditional Whirlette pride revealed itself through the teams he took under his guidance. The excitements and sorrows of the year will be cherished even with the obscure remembrance of the games lost. With the help of the Managers fpictured center righty, Robin Robertsmlrlope Robertson, Tracy Tyer, and Lana Reed, the teams became friends long before the end of the season and the time to say goodbye. 151 2 AQ-v f. a if f 3 , '52 w Nz? R -X 5, fig Af , fi gi gg 2 s U G . f' 'f .-szgvsamiauzi' f- qi ,P K , -wi 1:fzeQ4ff:114w K , q K W X E ling Fish Show Promising Fufure ,Yrrm FRESHMAN WHIRLETTES - TOP ROW - Julie Morton, Karen Turner, Carmen Coleman, Lisa Bice, Char- ise Nolan, lonna West. 2nd ROW - Elva Martinez, Tracy Reddy. 3rd ROW - Sylvia Rendon. Rose Mary Barnes, Lisa Anderson, Kelly Higginbotham, Lori Bice fmanagerj. BOTTOM ROW - Regina Baker, Mel- ody Stringer. JV Gains Experience and Confidence IV WHIRLETTE SCORING RECORD Roosevelt Littlefield Post Crosbyton Littlefield Canyon Lockney Tulia Lockney Tu11a Idalou FRESHMAN SCORING RECORD Tulia Crosbyton Abernathy Lockney Idalou Ralls Tulia Jayton Lorenzo Motley Co . Abernathy Lockney Idalou FHS OPPONENT 52 42 51 42 46 36 43 39 30 34 29 Frenship 33 28 45 35 39 45 33 63 33 46 49 29 46 50 29 39 31 Combining the tradition of spirit and pride, the JV and Freshman Whirlettes pulled together with courage and the hustling desire required for a successful season. Sharing times of joy and tears of defeat, they held to their pride. With lots of concentration and determination, the girls worked to improve themselves. They gained experience as they displayed a promising future for FHS. Seldom having a crowded gym, the players anxiously await the day of taking the floor as a Varsity team. They ended their season with the earned respect of Fighting Whirlettes. IV WHIRLETTES - TOP ROW - Judi Bean, Lori Young, Beverly Coleman Cmanagerj, Beverly Vickers, Vicki Miller. MIDDLE ROW - Iaine Guest, Lisa West. Paula Ratliff, Susan Stovall, Caren Campbell, Darla Assiter BOTTOM ROW - LaDelle Noland, Carrla Burleson, Shonda Fulton, Ronnette Kitchens. O O FHS OPPONENT 45 1 41 30 ' ' 31 54 61 40 32 23 ' ' 32 29 Dimmitt 39 22 34 34 29 44 ' 41 40 52 59 ' 62 34 33 rw.. 5 155 wsn:.s1Qfg55gf,,,:yg55:w5,gg WhirIeHes Proud of Season Qianding Experiencing a successful year, the Whir- lette Track Team sent two relays and two individuals to Regional competition in Lub- bock. The 440 Relay team of Donnette Wil- liams, Martha Rendon, Ronnette Kitchens, and Beverly Coleman blazed their way to a MLM.: f 1, y .v M, 4 5 tl f " Y J wwan-pk' fx Q ' , tzxii g F , ,' , -f f ' Ji, ', w K5 V N ., ,, , "' :Q '-za, gum ., , .W '----- W M 1 J rg?" Q'-'T ,M yy 52 'lyafg - f e ,., t,,, N-as nf-m"M N' ,Q ,- .. , 1, , -if Ni. re- sw If ha V, ,f 1 f lf, Q fem' at H + fm . yi rf X ' at '55 A 1 9' Y v-ve-f-1 ' 5 1 'F 1 . 1 2nd place at District to begin the finals in ' 5 ' fi t L ,.2 V , - - t , the right way. Later in the evening, the 880 gg, , l T t ip Vygyy L win, Relay with Donnette, Martha, Iaine Guest, I ", s r ukkw jj I 'J 'M' Y ' 3 and Beverly followed the pattern by coming " z,, "1 Q 6iiff"ii" K' 45's Q3 1. V V C RQ' M V l ,.t, - 1 fr f ff 1 1 in 2r1d. srtt it -t'f'1r.,4t: 3 lf' ,gs X as , . I . .,,,, 1 dw A . mix In r m : . 1- H Coach Cliff Stephens and his Whirlettes "' I M ,K XgVilS,,?hi, were proud of their season standing as they M placed 3rd in District Competition. ' w '.'wiwg. af ? ir 1'. A -ffflf i f V - ' gf' x 1 . r ' - '-- , ? at " w x y e :' 5 i E V ' 'L ,it ,:., M y C " is. -- Q' I NA my ttz p.sZp . 5 j VE I Vrx. xr f' fm: Mfg i ,' VK Q M i . A .., , W Q zik N V I :s v ,,,, ,, gm ,,r - '-1 -R C N ' l Kimi ' i '- p Q Q it X -si 'ff 'si S 'j' 4 w.""" " 4 R' 6, .,.:. af: fs A A.. W, pi .Er 5 ' 'if is f Mi:-',,,:i t -.YI 1 A f CBELOW LEFTD KAREN TURNER - Long lump, District 3rd: Mile Relay, District 4th, QBELOW RIGHT7 BEVERLY COLEMAN - 220 yd. Dash, Dis- , . V , M trict 5thg 440 Relay and 880 Relay, District ind. Q -5 it 'Gun 'w QABOVE LEFTJ EDNA MARTINEZ - Mile Run, District Sth. CABOVE RIGHTJ MATILDE SUAREZ - 880 yd. Run. qu L.-if -f CABOVE LEFTJ CAREN CAMPBELL - High lump. District tie Gth. CABOVE RIGHTJ MARTHA RENDON - Long lump, District Sthg 220 yd. Dash, District Sth, 440 Rclay and 880 Relay, Dis- trict Gth. CABOVE LEFT7 DONNETTE WILLIAMS - 100 yd. Dash, Long Jump, 440 Relay and 880 Relay, District Znd. CABOVE RIG!-ITJ KIM CURRY - Shot, District 2nd and Regional 4th: Discus, Dis- trict 4th. QBELOWJ IAINE GUEST - 80 yd. Low Hurdles. District Srd: 880 Relay, District 2nd, 1- tf- -,P" ,,fW ,, V 772- 811- S' CBELOWD PAULA RATLIFF - Discus, District End and Regional Gthq Shot, District 4th. 157 Whirlei-les AHemp+ fo Hurdle Compeiiiors CBELOW LEFTJ KATHY GREEN - 100 yd. Dash. CBELOW RIGHTD HOPE MENDOZA - 880 yd. Run. ,,,..a: W,.:,L W is Z L -1'-TI uf 3' CBELOYVJ DARLA ASSITER - 80 yd. LOW Hut- MPL dles, Triple Jump. ' .sf-A W5 'T' i si x . 'K wh R x 5 3 E... .9 2 at N ..,, ..,, . . H .- -.J Q Ma, .. . 'M KABOVE LEFTJ REGINA BAKER - 440 yd. Dash. QABOVE RIGHTJ ROSE MARY BARNES - 440 yd. Dash: High Jump: Triple Jump: Mile Relay, District 4th. CBELOWJ RONNETTE KITCHENS - 440 M-'M' Relay, District 2nd. f- ' f .. HJHHS 'Q 3. . '. - if xi 5 . 1 ' ffl i S S ff A 'Jf'f'7:4 Wim, iu.,,,-5 sm 4 'k K CABOVEJ SHELBY SHURBET - Shot, Discus. , f -nm 3 if J " s . K ra. f , r '-. Q I 'J Y. QABOVE LEFTJ KELLY HIGGINBOTHAM - 440 yd. Dash: 220 yd. Dash: Mile Relay, District 4th. CABOVE RIGHTH SYLVIA RENDON - 440 yd. Dash. 158 QBELOW LEFTJ CARMEN COLEMAN - 100 yd. Dash, Mile Relay, Dis- trict 4th. QBELOW RIGHTJ LISA ANDERSON - 80 yd. Low Hurdles. W' ww v I' -L Ili mal -than ni" MXH' ww ' l.i. . A A . .m ..,,.. 41 h W 5 . M krkk 'Vkk -2. i:Zff ""f17F' A we s' U . ' ." 'ft 0. X .1-' 7 ' . . 5 1 MHS 11 Q: , , f ue? ,Y ,...,,xm J . is Coach Rollie ai 53 Golfers Rinker I -me .5 i.. -n..,M,e 7 Q, Work lo BeHer Program The Boy's Golf team spent time working to build up the golf program. They could be seen most often going out to the Country Club to practice or practicing a swing across from FHS at the park. These boys developed a lot of blisters, sore feet, and sunburns working to better the program. Kerry Pratt and Stephen Becker s Doug Simpson and Terry Gilmore Monty Smitherman and Clay Simpson 159 Delerminiaiion. Hard Work. and Overall Team TOP LEFT: Head Coach Joe Paty displays this season's rewards received after much hard work, determination, and fine coaching. The Winds decisively won their 4th Dis- trict Crown and 3rd Regional Championship in a row. CENTER AND BOTTOM RIGHT: The Whirlwind Sprint Relay team, after several injury problems, came through for a strong showing of ability. win- ning lst in District and Regional while placing 5th at State. The team consisted of lay Womack, Danny Colston, Randy Ratheal, and Mickey Minnitt. CENTER AND BOTTOM LEFT: The 1977 Whirlwind Relays Track Queen was Jill Poage. ,L of T gf' ,L fs ..,. to E ' 1 gyt ' 5 v 1 Q i F K V K " A V, f-: .35 in gm' ,Y ' 1, Y :W Q ..- -f ' ,1" " I 1? N X. 'rg - ff- . w 'H-" 1 'T me a -f. is , 1 Q3 .. Q W, . , QE-'B if: -4' ,QM 1' A Q. E ' - i 2 ' Yr is T Q Zi g : fl Q' :R gy H ii' N l' 'T v i are is in 't I . V pv' m V, 'f , u v ' .J N , f - s ' 4 ' x:l"'3k??Z7 fit '. 1 ' t 'ij , Q I ' . s . , . ., T -'ff W ' ' -:if 32 3 'lr 1 , -2 ff K .T --: lr . I if ' .4 . . ' .,,, -A -- , ' 'rag - , 'K ' -.- "' ' '51 f it " A . , 9 M. :sf y She was the junior representa- tive and won the annual contest by a landslide. Other candi- dates for the honor were Martha Rendon and Darla Assiter. 160 7 , 1 but 'ff ' at 1 mWm .l 1 . , Ea E I ' Liu: ,qf -we ..,.. A lk ' ,.,..,. 1 Abilifg - Kegs Needed fo Produce Winning Season i . s TOP LEFT: RANDY RATHEAL, Sr., placed 1st in District and 3rd at Regional in the 440 Dash. TOP RIGHT: DANNY COL- STON, Sr., ran for a lst in the High Hurdles and 3rd in the Intermediates at District and came in 4th at Regional in the Highs. CENTER LEFT: MICKEY MINNITT, Sr., placed lst in the 100 and the 220 at District. He went on to place 4th in the 100 at Regional. He jumped to a 2nd in the District Long Jump. CENTER RIGHT: JAY WOM- ACK, SI., sprinted for a 2nd at District and Regional in the 100 which earned him a State trip. BOTTOM LEFT: STEVE WESTBROOK. Sr., vaulted to a District lst in the Pole Vault. The Winds displayed their winning ability from meet to meet as they were con- tinuously on the winner's stands. . fl if l6l Regional Tiile in Wind's Hands 3rd Siraighi Time 5 fi 1 nr . ,,.,k 5. up 'ie' "" ill- ' Q '!1v1:if'Z5.,, ." Siem., R. ' . Ak' ii' L i ' 1 Q. , . .45 4 'uf l 11511 ' 3, 4,5 ,, A ,IV 3 if it 2 2 TOP LEFT: ANDY RAINWATER, Sr., jumped to a 3rd place tie at District. TOP, CENTER, AND BOTTOM RIGHT: The mile relay team struggled all year, improving to gain a lst place at District and being nipped at Regional in a 3rd place finish. The relay members were Jay Womack, Ricky Day. Charles Bradford, and Randy Ratheal, CENTER LEFT: RUSTY CAGLE, lr. . vaulted for a 2nd in District and a 6th at Regional. He also placed 6th in the l2O's at District. BOTTOM LEFT: RICKY DAY, Soph, ran to a 4th place finish in the 440 and jumped for a 6th in the high jump. BOTTOM CENTER: JESSE MARTINEZ, Sr., ran for a 2nd in the District Mile. 162 J I J. Q I I . .k.k :fi f ,ffmgs ., t, . 2- I V, , " ' WWW .sw ,, - ,, . ,, , ,, -'Twin-fw..Y jf.. ,. f .1 'Q 'Q f f V, 9 ,,,..,.w..M . r W, ,,,,, Wm., ,. gc..- . fc, ,,,m..s . n , ,, .A .tr : I , 5 J M i . ,.,,A.J, ,, fh,h,, I W K. . gr- ,,,. ., ,, . M, .ad . 2 5 Q E ff-35 ' ,ff ...sw TOP LEFT: JERRY COLEMAN. Jr., placed 5th in the Mile at District. TOP RIGHT: RICK COVINGTON, Ir. , hurdled to a 5th at District in the 330's. CENTER LEFT: CARMEN SOLIZ, Jr., 4th in Discus and Shot at District. CENTER: CHARLES BRADFORD, Jr., ran for a 4th at District in the 880. CENTER RIGHT: RICHARD RAMIREZ, Soph, accomplished a lst place victory in the Dis- trict Mile. BOTTOM LEFT: JOE COVINGTON, Soph, vaulted to a 4th place finish at District. BOTTOM CENTER: JR. CUE- VAS. Soph, threw for a 5th in Discus at District. BOTTOM RIGHT: PAUL RADLOFF, Soph. flung the Discus to capture 2nd at District and threw the Shot for a Sth. I 'sf i .f:' - . in P ,. . 35 S I V Q :- ...-J WE ,nur was W Atrkiiif -A V.-, .gag N "S ..., ig ,jfifffm -' , f 1 I L 1 g pr 5 I .iO'5'12j..ay i lt 'Q-is ' rv y' we s f xiliii I 'su ,.w.-www TRACK SCORING RECORD Tulia FHS REGIONAL Lubbock Idalou Slaton TOP RIGHT: RODNEY RATHEAL, Soph, partici- pated in the 880. CENTER LEFT: MARTY DANIEL, Soph, ran his way through the 100, 220, and 440 at District. CENTER: JIMMY COVING- TON, Soph, ran both hur- dle events at District. CENTER RIGHT: BILL MOORE, Soph, ran the 880 at District. 164 , un -fi , M.. M,mkV'i5kxX R71 . Y. 3 Q Q' r Jw K' 5- . R'.L5?x1'g2WiN?'f'ilup. Qiaie-Bound Traoksiers Foresee Tough Compeiiiion fx, gi P' A5 5 A -fr JV WHIRLWINDS - BACK: Jay Waller, Carlos Arellano, Brad Feuerbacher, Greg Jones, Larry Jones, lon Jones, Jerry Coleman. MIDDLE: Johnny Ramirez, Ernest Torrez, Kary Helms, Jimmy Covington, Marty Daniel, Jr. Cuevas. FRONT: Rick Luna, Bryan Fortenberry, Bill Starkey, Mark Beedy, Rodney Ratheal, Joe Covington. , ht, if ii I v ,1:,Li t A r e , - B r at .1 - wh- Y. Q M-A", f f- , 1 ' , V' Q f f . . v , . 'W ' . -"1 'H - 1' ytt, 1 in 4-2 ' fi, 9. f .ffm as -f Wm -- rr' QB W ' .f on ,,,,, .7 , 'U 92 f" ' . 1 ,, T -,, , ,f .A L . , ,M .+ f ra, f I, V B, ' , : W, f My ' x - wx f' , Z V, H fr, , ,gay o"t wr. 'H '- 1' , A A o f .L ' M, +1-"wg ae fffgfgz yrgmr- Y 71 "" A 1' ""' i f www- ,.fwf1zfmf,f1z9, ,ZW ' ': 'f . if , M " " r': wg.. -1 5 an 1 - . f 'I f . ww A - fo'i' ' ' yy "kf " W, :ff ' axes avmewi. fy A VL may , www fm' wZ'Wf'.,,, - - ,Jw ' r V. A " ,,?,', ' ya, .1-V 4 ,ww ' If fa-' ,.:.u.:. 'ffgf-nr'-L A 11-J- FRESHMAN WHIRLWINDS - BACK: Larry Westbrook, Paul Brown, CMgr.J, Mike Bag- well, Rodney Rodriquez, Earnest Garza, Todd Williams, Breck Stapleton. MIDDLE: Neal Becker, Mac Collins, Mike Campbell, Felix Cervantes, Joey Luna, Tracy Wom- ack, David Welborn, Danny Nutt, Ray Mercado, Rex Reves. BOTTOM: Todd Ham- bright, Ben Salazar, Mike Allen, Junior Arredondo, Troy Marquis, Gary Naylor, Jimmy Jones, Henry Gonzalez, Duncan Woody, Keith Nixon. 165 Clean Sweep Relains Dislriof 4-AA Championship we-.1 . f JILL POAGE and TRACY TYER - Doubles, District lst, Regional 4Lh. LISA WEST and KARA COPELAND Doubles, District 2nd. ip. we .,,?,,SWV,,..,.,., , 2. 41: .....,,, . ,,: get W we ZANE JONES. Cnot pictured - MORRIS KEELEJ, Doubles, District 2nd. COACH GARY STEVES After many weeks of team meets, dual matches, and extensive practice, the Whirlwind tennis team entered District competition. The girls proceeded to make a clean sweep of the varsity division, winning lst and 2nd in both singles and doubles. The boys were right behind them as they almost duplicated the girls' effort by gaining all but a first in doubles. Coach Gary Steves gave individual attention to the players as he entered them in as many matches as possible. 1977 became a big year as the District 4-AAChampionship was retained . ,. .A E .WM l 3 , - t it s , . PAT MILLER and BOBBY GREEN - Varsity Doubles -...J Nw.: '-gf' "' - KELLY ANN HAGOOD, MIKE BEAN, IUDI BEAN - Varsity Alternates 167 Tennis Plagers BaHIe lhe Nels Year-Round CTOP RIGHTJ TOP: Lisa Noland, Kim Barnett, Lisa Wel- born, Rosemary Gonzalez, Connie Bradford. BOTTOM: Shonda Fulton. Denise Nixon, Yolanda Gonzalez CCENTER RIGHTD TOP: Danny Tinney, Gerry Norrell, Greg Pruitt, Clay Suggs. BOTTOM: Kelly Marble, Andy Langley, Shane King, Ray Fuller. CBOTTOM LEFTJ Rhonda Jordon, Sylvia Medrano. CBOTTOM RIGHTB TOP: Scott Graham, Andy Holcomb, Oscar Barerra, Mike Arwine. BOTTOM: Sammy Bradley, Robby Thrasher, Kenneth Young. 168 of Dus+rlc+ Race FHS was again well-represented by the girl's golf team. They went into District with high hopes and emerged victorious as they defeated their nearest competitors, Tulia, by 196 strokes. This easily quali- fied them for Regional play in Lubbock. Mitzi Hale was District medalist with teammates Holly Robertson and Iayma Lewallen battling in a tie-breaker for runner up. IUNIORS: Jayma Lewallen, Mitzi Hale .ZX M' Xi 169 ,ei ,.,- S: i f A f of i Whirlwind Counirg. one comes upon many rough spols in +he road which could +hrow him off if ihere were no suppori behind him, buf ourjourneg was noi quiie so hard as we had supporiers who urged us onward and never lei us qui+. On ihe Journey lhrough D 5 l was i LE :nj ,,, ......... LQ J,............L rg ,-.3 -nn-191' 1 N ' W I Q' M11 :rr-r -+----L-f L UE: Ll l l l - .......--4-Q.. r::::l 1 X W A .....-.....-I 1... w 7 171 n-Q Q emu us: 8 - v --'V' - - Roijon Adams and Jeffrey Johnson ADAMS WELL SERVICE INC. 720 N. 2nd 983-5003 100 E. California 983-2856 Sylvia Bueno, Clay Suggs, Carmen Morales. and Mike Arwine TCDMMY ASSITER INSURANCE 206 W. California 983-2511 Tommy Assiter representing Southwestern Life AZTECA CAFE 81 AZTECA DRIVE IN 109 W. 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'39iu'f5 'Q Martha Rendon, Jay Womack, and Brenda Fulton CAPADA DRIVE-IN THEATRE Ralls Highway 933-3743 K ' ii C8aJ FLORAL "We Specialize in expressions of Love" Flowers for all occasions we wire anywhere 319 S. 2nd 983-3964 or Jack and Carolyn Fuqua 983-3401 Florafax and A . F. S . C. AND L. SPRAYING 455-1470 South Plains 469-5295 114 W. California 983-2865 CAPROCK MOTOR PARTS 81 HARDWARE Rudy Medrano and Clay Hamilton 101 S. 12th 983-2836 CASE POWER 81 EQUIPMENT Shonda Fulton, Jackie Thompson, Kelli Parson, and Anna Guzman Q' Rick Carthel, Jack Carthel, and Jay Waller CARTHEL OIL 231 W. California 983-2666 Debbie Dobbins and Virginia Varner Debbie Dobbins, Jonny Finley, and .Timmy Finley CITY TRIM SHOP South of City 983-3732 COLLINS IMPLEMENT CO. Kirk Young, Shirley Mitchell, Kristi Love, and Gary Hill ""-vu.Q,,,,- 176 CONSUMERS FUEL ASSOCIATION Farm Supplies Butane - Fuels - Oils - Greases - Tires - Accessories 404 E. Missouri 983-3394 QI 201 E. Missouri 983-3767 STANDING: Ionna West, Tracy Brown, and Karen Turner. SITTING: Kelly Turner and Thiess Brown. . .-I M wb + K Je J -is K 177 6-"'-QS Suzanne Dyess, Tim Dyess, and Connie Bradford CONE G NS, INC. Cone and Ralls 657-2588 gl C.,.f1.543. W , fu ' " .' we 1 V ' C . 'gf' 'fue 4' ,lrgia 'Jg . Q. C . gl? gf, is . K fi?-Qi A , 2 ' :C-,.., 4, 1 , 5 K K K ,Q I Ykikkry W Kenneth Young, Andy Holcomb, and Jim Cornelius CORNELIUS CONOCO SERVICE 420 S. 2nd 983-2154 315 E . Houston 983-250 CRUTCH FIELD TIRE 81 RAD IATO R onna Chesshir, Calvin Smith, Mary Jo Cruz, and Kellie Foster COVINGTCN OIL 81 BUTANE DANIEL AUTOMCJTIVE geIyD8lP GRAIN - DAIRY QUEEN Sammy Bradley an-'M , . W fm! 6 oTh y 98 I z fm R 4 V I' 9"5ba15w',,4-w 5 2 ? , 'W Q14 I iigff' A ' Ai' ,h ' ' . .IAQ A W ' ' ' ..,.-95 Y H WHS, if i R ,, . I ,M 4:-K .3 'Ab W , A, , ff?-23'f?g,4 WW . 3, , ' If ,ia I . I .-+gf:.-f 4 K' W f - .1--f .A J , I . - 'Hmm' g,,,,,H Ay- '- I Q A.. .M ,Kiwis 180 . , K, ,, If w I , A Q, - , - W .wh-w Q - f M f -M. . . 6 hh ' I 1 ,, ,I M I V I H i -ffgigffji W,-.Via ' gs! ' W ' ' K c.i:1' ,yfugg we ' I ' ' f ,. , ",,k,,.., , .5 A , ,V-v "Af 'N I f ,. ,WA .W ,,,,f-h..J .s H . . f , Q ..,.- ' Stacey Bearden, Kary Helms, Jimmy Jackson, and Tolya I-Iickerson D.W.Y. INDUSTRIES, INC. 820 S. Harrison Olathe, Kansas 66061 913-764-3444 - nw. I2 I W I g I I S' "" .ff. W ,, ,,,, W Q.-..,,, 285 use I Southeast of City 983-2843 DE BRUYN HI-PLAINS FARMS Eli Enriquez, Tooter, and Cruz Enriquez E N' STANDING. Rhonda Ward, Randy Rarnwater, and Holly Robertson. KNEELING: Andy Rainwater and Hope Robertson. DARTY GIN Dougherty Community 983-2956 C4 Nancy Moss, Dorman McCormick, and Brenda Fulton LON DAVIS GRAIN CO. 511 E. Houston 983-2554181 DAY HEATING 8. DORPTHYS CUSTOM DRAPERY AIR CCDNDITIONING DIXIE D99 DOUGHERTY DRIVE INN FARM SUPPLY ARTHUR B. DUNCAN ABSTRACT CO. EDMISTON PLUMBING 84 I HEATING ' P 1'f rnia 104 S. Main 983-34 1- -':W'I? 'Tf,.-f A 1, .LZT,g.,5,a, I. 4 -, 1-I-.1 PM "m5, fy1,"g H' A 101 S. Wall 983-3777 A FLOYD COUNTY FARM BUREAU ws- .fl-1' .Q , ,nah iq, wb- , , J I I Shannon Bell, Shawnda Heflin, Verla Dick, and Eloisa Guzman V 1. Q. L 1 i I 'N "mx . 1 l r ' 2554 f 4 - X f tg gg 55455-' Aw-'af ' , IJ If gm, 51, Q 'W M A v r 1 r 5 Elxgxa 50 'M ff' M N' 1? Q . fr, 53 -,f,,v,,. ,gw I ,iq I 5 ,. 5 .Q :,r2z.,., f 7 4 1 , Q Q -,,.f'! . wi' ' 5 'pr fwfr, ' ' ,1e':"4'ff1 A 'sff"'I Q, W, 3.91-'Z:ff.f':2'Q'..i. , -,g .pf f .Q 'wcvjfg I 1 .apr ff ' My 5 'bm V, 4 ,-5, ,- ., Mfr Y 1 4 ' 3 ay 1 'ff' 4 Y 3 7 1 4- ' Y 'Wf' " I 517' I 5' ftff A 'I gl vng,.'.,.-M if 4 Y-,. ,f-.25 . ,,. My Q -' 'R W R 5 T , s I I' I I Yr. - u I If W" 2 ' T - . i Annn , M7 V395 I I . ' . I 1 ' ' Tw. A ' A "' ggi 0 .asia if rx If I I' n'L'L iv 1 f f W ' L s .I .zf 'I -1 - sg:-we :NA 41. 1.2 11 . ' - 4, - P ' ' fs I isF H.,:z iffy. . 'ff' , 622204 www X56 I Hi: ' F , '- I' 'Q ' 1 , 2 I ' I' f , C I 5 I I " ' F -7.33 1 - 5, ffi: ' . Y. . s : ' , f! fi, bX,X . .iw , K I . E rg , , , V , . 4 . - I 1 1 , f , f X4 I 1 ---. I I . " ' f I ,- I 'swf Y' I ' H V ,. g f . ,ffffif ' N I , J A' 6 V 9.47 'sr , " .2 V A F . , t , 1, Patricia Anderson and Kay Fauikenberry FAU LKENBERRY AUCTION SERVICE 910 W. Jackson 983-2756 629 W. Missouri 983-2204 Kary Helms. Beth Stovall, and Ion Jones THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLOYDADA 124 S. Main 983-3717 183 FLOYD COUNTY -. LA, ABSTRACT CO. 215 W. Califo 983 3728 FLOY DA DA LIVESTOCK STANDING: Keith Tooiey and Shane Kin. SITTING: Billie Linker John McCand1ess - Owner and Sylvia Reridon N th fc W FLOYD COUNTY HESPERIAN S Ie every Wednesday 10 00 111 E. Missouri 983-3737 A FLOYDA DA BAND BOOSTERS FLOYDADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND FLOYD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENT 206 W . California 983-3434 :sf xggi,-M ,,, . FLGYDADA PEPPER AND VEGETABLE CO. Matilde Suarez and Doug Simpson X I , Z,-fp, Tix In 1 A I H K ,-.- I if 7 'ul' K ffgfsxfg y naw- fh C252 ruunu q.s Mellane Gilly, Christie Derryberry, and Leanne Ferguson FLOYDADA C0-OP GINS 319 N. 5th 983-2884 3, Q 900 s. 2nd 982-3791 Q n , ap: Iv ful-H I 'nun E".2'1 ' PTI xsipi '-- I Si gsm E STANDING: Phyllis Johnson and Tina Cook. SITTING: Edna Martinez and Rickey Strange. FLOYDADA IM PLEM ENT CO. Lockney Highway 933-3534 185 114 W . Virginia 983-2834 Brad Feuerbacher We are here to serve Floydada in the newest and most up to date ways, including the new under- ground facilities. FLOYDADA POWER 81 LIGHT fr is 9 4, uw- Y f'im:m..,,,,, fbwhwax we ggi, l 4 I feiifm ,HTEEEAD iii sf "L W V W I 7' X rx' W , V- is K I x U 'Ex , sl .. :QE K FLOYDADA REZUILE CJVERNCE AGENCY 108 W. Missouri 983 2360 186 K w E -. A i"lTE1i' f T713 ffi5k'fE?"V ,'., ' . lg f f' asks 9. it --'a 1 f 2 1 ' 1 '- -Q,-1.3: 1 :ze fi 'f S gif :gif-, S - - rf ,A VYIQ . , y xy' : Y , I L ' ' 'S " ,, "-' I . I ' : ' "" L " f Tolya Hickerson FLOYDADA ROTARY CLUB THE ROTARY FOUR-WAY TEST Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? Southeast of City 983-3214 FLOYDADA SEED 81 DELINTING ABOVE: Kim Marquis, Adeana Morris, and Lisa Powell. BELOW: Melody Powell and Isabel Martinez. gk il. lg.- 5 if S . A -l,,. 320 E. Houston 983-5296 WAYNE FULLER TRUCKIN6 Michael Self and Ray Fuller ...ma-nun I af: W . L... Ronnie Wall GOEN 81 GOEN INSURANCE 102 E . California 983-3524 187 120 W. California 983-3554 HAGOOD'S DEPT. STGRE --' ,2....,..Q .. ' HALE'S DEPT. STORE l 112 E. California 983-2388 ln. Steve Westbrook, Randy Ratheal, and Joe Covington HALE INSURANCE 106 S. Main 983-3261 188 214 S . Wall 983-2140 HIGGINBGTHAM-BARTLETT Q W. CO. Quinn Coleman, Rosemary Hardin, and David Green Ralls Highway 983-2769 RICHARD HALE PRO SHCDP ..v. MS 189 I Trava Gentry, Zane Jones, Johnny Riojos, and Kara Copeland HAMMOND SHEET METAL 105 N. 5th 983-2849 Barbara Schwenner, Buddy Hendricks, and Aaron Hendricks OWNER: J. B. and Margie Hendricks, Joe W. and Barbara Hendricks HENDRICKS BARWISE GINS Barwise Community 983-2737 eRlFFlN'S HOUSE OF STYLES 812 W. Virginia 983-2355 RANDELL KING AGENCY Randy Santos, Carrla Burleson, Pam Muncy, and Vicki Miller RINIEI OF THE DRAG Real Estate and Insurance 428 W. Lee 983-5028 I r, 3 fx. fp gyxeirf Line new .MW 5 iz 'Y fiflzg Q 1 I I . f' NEW Y J ' ff' 'e My Aff? 3 43? 'V f fan 1 ff' ,ages 1 ff iw , , 5 Sai. ,rn irn .znaifi rrrerw Mmwffi iVQli 5 A , fr- 'X , 42x43 5: ',,,,2,: E , iii,-ir V Q5 4 5' ' S 3 S. Q? I ,,,, ,,,, r I V K any 21535 S I 2 " Z iirir S revs deaf? Afiwi i Srrne A " 1, - .1-,f5.av. , wg, -1-fig.-, ig,,, S-,f- S.S 1 wal Ida Martinez and Rosa Guzman K-FLP - RADIO 900 124 W. California 983-2841 191 CT Q. KlNG'S RESTAURANT 304 E. Houston 983-3464 Layne Kirk and Mark Miller KIRK 81 SONS 119 E. Missouri 983-3280 321 S. 2nd 983-2364 LEONARD'S CAFE Tammy Payne, Sherri Patterson, Shandra Young, and Irma Ibarra Stacy Leatherman and Todd Hambright LAKEVIEW GIN Lakeview Community 983-2694 192 Orhan Erisir, Julie Morton, Kelly Higginbotham, and Melinda Morton LIGHTHOUSE ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE 201 W. California 983-2814 Roijon Adams Llogligngus , aff South Plains 983-3501 LOCKNEY CO-OP. S.P. DIVISION Len Wood, Lonita Jones, and Mike Bean I iff-lgfliig ,I1Q1.., ,,I, N ,II,W L,,,M,4 I ,Z J 'VY' ,, 5 I , w ' , , , ..- .,.. , -V I I ' , vm , I ' E I 1 I M I W 1 zI::4sf:3f55. : l Z , 2 9 , iq ,V ,1 ,I - , X We I K 1. A 1 A 5 , a I Q . ,, ,W,- , . f I I gf I, I f fI Y I: 44" - f ,- " lf. I ' pf M f ' ii I ' Wifi' 51 A A I ,Z f ,Qs '- iv , ' W if , I do -15, rf 1 ' I W' ' f " 4 I I I I I ' , 3 I , I ' I ' 5,1 Q vw , I A 1- E -G X I Z 5 E ia Hs M... wfxp fi, ,fl buww, STANDING: Rhonda Bennett and Tammy Gentry. KNEELING: Jay Lackey. LOFT WESTERN WEAR 81 DAVIS FARM SUPPLY 517 E. Houston 983-2235 S.. ,, .,, . fwmfmmw, 1' ' A 'ww-M, ' -' - M - , . A H A - ,,.t 1 it nnnnt a li A A A 5 ,L 77: 421 77' fV'7fY1'L'XZ ' 5' P- 77 ififpw ffi i',mEH nL :ic . ,. , . 1 . T A I ll'4fk,Z',-',,.5JY?f L ' ft' 7 " - i'4' 951.fl-,j,il,f rl 'Z ' K' A .ft 5 f W 2 K 4 , , , 1 , .f I 1 A 5 H J' Ti ' 5 4 1 ,gg 1 5 f ' if 11 fe S r 1, 3 X g 5' if Q 5 'P' , - 2 ' 23? , , Y I J , i E , 5 + f e '. ,ar f , gf .- XM, A ,VJ . ' V fs 2- ai 22" gf? gt 2 5 9 yt i W Q Q 5 . 5 , K3 ' 1, lf? ex' , 1 me 4? r ft J 3:2 W fe , 'Q M ' 'Ji i J W' Qt' Q 2 Y gg' G' 1, . mi vs ' . Q f , mn. . ,A STANDING: Kelly Marble, Dwayne Marble, and Brett Marble. KNEELING: Breck Stapleton, Kelli Lyons, and Monte Lyons. MARBLE BROTHERS South Plains 983-3744 ,,.: V, .f-- i McCoy Community 983-3087 Kenny Willis, Mike Campbell, and Jimmy Jones Ernest Johnson and Jerry Miller MARTIN 84 COMPANY 216 S. Main 983-3713 l94 fr KZ I law A 53 Q , -'15 f it x :RZ YI: 5 5 W iflwf .hw Mccoy Commumty 865 McCoy Community 983-3087 ia it Randy Fry, Bill Moore. and Gerry Norrell 210 W Ca11forn1a 983 3344 301 E. Houston 983-8135 JIM'S 66 SERVICE TOP: Rick Covington, Iaine Guest, Mark Beedy. BOTTOM: Tracy Wom- ack, Jim Covington. in-ii. i 215 S. Main 983-3481 MIZE TV Petra de la Fuente, Kim Barnett, and Andy Langley Lori Young, Tammie Nichols, and Sally Green MONTGOMERY WARD 130 W . California 983-3779 Muncy Community 652-3100 983-3632 M UNCY ELEVATOR M8rN AUTO REPAIR 507 E . Missouri 983-2168 Trucks Well Tractors Motors PARK FLORIST Serving Floyd County for over 40 years with appropriate floral gifts and remembrances. 312 W. Georgia 983-2867 MCGRE-RCDSE FUNERAL HOME 329 W. California 983-2525 " - "'-' 1: 'xuxxl' ""' ""f59lfU!??LQ-Senzix 'I . ,.Z:.,xL'.w4W.I. M are-E I DIESEL FINA LZIFQSET fl' R www Stephen Beckerj Carlos Arellano. and Bryan Fortenberry NICHOLS OIL CO. oDERnecfIlIeEXf3ELeET-CIIIDQ INC. 221 S . Main 983-3787 if .,f Q- LZ2?3?i,i?gZ, l r' , - A Rodolfo Trevino, Kristi Julian. Atha Blake, Yolando Trevino, and Johnny h .PARKS ou.co. Ramirez I98 PARKER FURNITURE PATZER CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC The KEY TO HEALTH is in your spine, Be sure to keep it all in line. 317 S. 2nd 983-3119 .,f. 31 - A 3 ' gh SA M heir 'N ' ifwgff 2: .4 .siw-szzx "-ffl '- "'1 , . Q ., , . E' 'w f,:'r2fi5lM w. N 'Vx 1.,g:,,3g, Q :, .Sai::-'w..wsff--:QF I Q Q. A ., 'b?1iS"'2f' mf. fffg.1.:fi .55 Hg E 2? k' iV f A FE 'Q .,,k .. lf . , i VE Q. ,., 5 V . , iw ssfg , Q - l if V will Q Y W ix N , A A FQ- 'T 1, K U .. , x 3 ,f -, Wi EM Nw WM 5 :mg J mis ,rim is if :Q Hr' Dean Hinton. Brenda Turner, Orhan Erisir, and Elisa Garrett PARKER STUDIO 199 Leeta Adams and Kathy Davis PEG6Y'S BEAUTY SALON AND BOUTIQUE 104 E. California 983-3510 PERRY BROS., INC. STANDING: Gary Vick, Janie Cortinas, and Hope Mendoza. KNEELING: Danny Tinney. 'fig i C5 I C Kgs MGQX H 'e yes - We can't take credit for it. 'l'hat's just the way it happens to be. Natural gas is clean burning. Doesn't dirty the air. lt helps preserve the clean, blue skies of today for tomorrow. What we can take credit for is working to provide a continuous supply of clean gas energy . . . to warm people, to cool people, to cook their meals, to heat their water, to dry their clothes . . . gas to help industry do its work. Clean, efficient, versatile Nat- ural Gas . . . the blue sky energy for today and tomorrow. zoo ID Pnonezn NATURAL GAs COMPANY tu I1 Fxpnnmmmi Donnette Williams, Lisa Welborn, Angie Turner, and Tracy Tyer PLAINVIEW PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 105 S. 5th 983-245 217 W. California 983-3725 PLAINVIEW SAVINGS 84 LOAN ASSOCIATION Floydada Branch Judi Bean, Kim Curry, and Darla Assiter ' I I I1 ' 42, 3 za 'I vm r I 5' 1 'SI 'X wpw. wwimes. 5- 5 Y mwlffg IQ?-' di MI M ,iQ 'f,2iSf'1'W?b ,wif . - KW ' 1 II x:fA 'I 2:1 'fir' WW I Im mx, in A 'HTS' 4-fl afflxxl' KI' in wwf .ar Q N h V IVVI W Vt fy' h ,. - 4 II I, I , Aw, II M I 1 A f P., fx S I I I I I A IL fI!IW 7 5 'I W- ? 32 f-Vi. A 51 . J A wjbr my I III 'iv' I 4 Iijg -. twgwf if I - IA II f V, if-Q I, U .I 5, 'F V ' k I f- fb, I K , Q. N I I+ I f 1 Q- ,Qg ' I 4, QI. ff' Its- I sw er I Q, ' I -A 'I V I :III I. 4 I,III,i:fIs. .T I . I If ' Q W f .I, I 1 r I I, I ,i ' T I 'J ' Y ,I" tx 'ui lrra 1 I ,I JI' N I LT- 5 if Lum- ,f ,I I 'XSD IA, A I ., A II Q, 4, , ,I. 5 I 7 II ,,,.34,.f I J-I 7 N' ' I I ' I, ' ?"I - .I , f I-wg -I -aI ' 201 Yi! H, I,,, I I II -gg, I ,,,, 3 ' 'I I II I- f .I W , I, I :I I, I " Q ' - . if Ilf 1 ' " I ,.., . 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Nathan Nichols, Bob Marler, and Mrs. Donnie Galloway 202 V. ae, ..f"' RU DY'S BARBER SHOP North Side of Square 983-2503 layered cut, shag, razor cuts, shave Our pleasure is to serve you SCHACHT FLOWERS, JEWELRY AND GIFTS Eleanor and Margaret Schacht 652-2385 Lockney, Texas OUARTERBACK Xl A e W C LU B .w ig hA'hh 2 M ., L, 3 M ,,,N he gi W STANDING: Ernest Torrez, Jimmy Finley, and Sheldon Sue. KNEEL- ING: Jonny Finley and Alex Torrez. OUALITY BODY SHOP 121 E. Missouri 983-5032 uengy mm NEEDSA WIBELS Nanelte Burk, Lana Reed, and Kay Faulkenberry REED FORD SALES Ralls Highway 983-3761203 308 S. Main 983-3370 RUCKER'S OK TIRE STORE Julie Brawley, Beverly Burleson, Rhonda Jordan, and Becky Crabtree T I fi Qeee I i f fu-Q If 2 f',f J , V sf , .3 fi" Y . 2 CAUTION AMMONIR '6 K H .k1V' - ,K -, , , , , -I r ,,W,, AVVZ ,- . , VA,, '-N ugEE:Qi P Ei N Q B rre no be ' f"-S42 ' 7 ft at I I eeee Greg Pruitt, Patricia Runnels, Kim Warren, and Paula Ratliff RIVERSIDE CHEMICAL CG. in Muncy Community 652-2393 J h hw - I h 608 E. Houston 983-3751 ,, ., ns, RUSSELL'S EQUIPMENT 81 SUPPLY xg ? U X- ,www-W 204 ...Q-f 1 Main 983-3240 outh Plains 983-2882 . Main SOLGMON SCOTT SIN J EWELRY GIHS TI1a'r Las'r WHITE AUTO STORE SOUTH PLAINS ELEVATOR SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE 220 California 11 SSI 1,-. Qiffiwwmiffmaum. mmm, :- Jayma Lewallen, Holly Hartsell, and Brenda Jackson SWIFTY DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 520 E. Houston 933-3721 6 41 K, Q' .?1,,p -ii I SPE? 1,5 fi. V, 11 .ky I I M H ,Q 4, . ij- -"o' Q 1 . O L A . ,B 1. . v , ni? III. I 51 ,J .. :em in :ww ' 14. N in ll, ,BQ,T,'!qR,mm,-:gm,,g, , V-I ' x I Janet Duvak, Terri Smith, Rhonda Jordan, and Lisa Noland TASTEE-FREEZ 601 N. 2Ild 983-3520 Sandy Powell, Cheryl Bearden, Kim Bertrand, and Ricky Wesr Martin Cruz, Richard Thomas, and David Parham STEWART PRINTING THOMAS AERO 1088. Main 983-5131 North of City 983-5232 4' "1 il .wi"fhN X2 s .amiga ABOVE Robby Thrasher STANDING Gary Naylor Earnest Garza Denise Nrxon Beverly Coleman Jeff Bertrand Carmen Coleman, and and Jay Griggs lame Warren TH RASH ER 84 TRAVEL CENTER RESTAURANT 229 E. California 983-2170 528 E- HOUSIOH 933-5110 207 'A , V we ., .,-N, ., "l5"""?d Xe QM .4 ,min oewwf raaiJ5a'3.fQ'.fil:ff. 5 1. LII E W N , , ,,31., ,.,.,,.,,,. I F ,X , IT 7 N, K V, ,rye 5 34 ki 2 'hiv is , ,K 12 , xx N 5 Kathy Green, Charles Bradford, Beverly Coleman, and Alex Martinez THOMPSON PHARMACY 200 S. Main 983-5111 'rf r 1? t V A Qi Sak 7. I WM' A Ir. Cuevas, Paul Radloff, and Felix Cervantes Teresa Stewart, Rick Luna, and Lori Bice TRAVEL CENTER STATION E. 983-3028 U PTON GROCERY 208 South Plains 983-2602 11 N. Wall 983 3113 WILLSON 8. SRQYEEHYQHHILDERS MART -,B 4 Southeast of City 983-3221 WEST TEXAS INDUSTRIES INC. Darla Parham, Virginia Varner, and Lynette King Y V f 816 W. Grover f. fmt ta? , xb- , f . at , N - 's W, AVAK -xii Bobby Whitaker R. L. WILSON 81 SON ELECTRIC 983- 2402 ZIO BAKER, ALICE - BS, Southwest Texas. Taught - Homemaking II, Quarter Courses. Sponsored - FHA, Sophomore Class. BEAN, JANE - BBA, Texas Tech. Taught - Bookkeeping, Typing I. Sponsored - WHIRL, UIL Journal- ism and Typing, Sophomore Class CHeadJ. CARDINAL, POLLY - BS, Texas Womens. Taught - Phased Eng- lish. Sponsored - Senior Class CHead9. CARTHEL, DONNY - MS, East- ern New Mexico. Taught - Fun- damentals of Math, Accelerated Algebra. Coached - Football, Track. Sponsored - Sophomore Class, Learn and Live Team. Facullg Informaiion COWARD, DANIEL - BSM, Way- land. Taught - Fundamentals of Math, Introductory Algebra. Coached - Football, Basketball, Track. Sponsored - UIL Number Sense, Freshman Class. CHRISTIAN, BARBARA - BME, West Texas. Taught - Phased English. Sponsored - Senior Class. CLEVELAND, JAMES - MEd, East Texas. Taught - Agriculture Cooperative I, II. Sponsored - FFA, Junior Class. CRAIG, MARY ALICE - BS, Southwest Texas, MEd, Southern Methodist. Taught - Home Eco- nomics Cooperative Education, Quarter Courses. Sponsored - Home Economics Related Occu- pations. Junior Class. DEAN, MONA - BS, Texas Tech. Taught - Homemaking I, Quarter Courses. Sponsored - FHA, Freshman Class. HARRIS, ORVILLE - BS, Sam Houston, MEd, Texas Tech. Taught - Agriculture I, II, IV. Sponsored - FFA, Senior Class. HERBER, SUE .IAN - BE, Lubbock Christian. Taught - Phased Eng- lish. Sponsored - Cheerleaders, UIL Spelling, Freshman Class. JOHNSTON, EMILY - BS, MEd, Texas Tech. Guidance Director. Sponsored - FTA. F WHS? KIMBLE, JOYCE - BA, Beloit College. Taught - Spanish I, II, Phased English. Sponsored - National Honor Society, Junior Class. LIVINGSTON, JERRY - BS, MS. Oklahoma State. Taught - Chemistry, Physical Science, Science Quarter Course. Spon- sored - Student Council, UIL Science, Senior Class. LOCKE, BENNY - BS, Angelo State. Taught - Distributive Edu- cation I, II. Sponsored - Distrib- utive Education Clubs of Amer- ica, Junior Class. LOVELL, JAMES - BBA , Texas Tech. Taught - Vocational Adjustments. LOVELL. SUE - BS, Texas Tech. Taught - Vocational Adjust- ments. MCINTOSH, JACK - BS, Texas A8LM. Taught - Fundamentals of Math, Algebra, Geometry, Accelerated Geometry, Inde- pendent Study. Sponsored - FTA, UIL Slide Rule, Freshman Class CHeadD. MILAM, JANET - BBA, West Texas. Taught - Vocational Office Education, Record Keep- ing. Sponsored - WHIRLWIND, Office Education Association, Sophomore Class. MORITZ, HOLLY - BS, MA, Texas Tech. Taught - Speech I, Drama, World History. Spon- sored - Drama Club, UIL Speech and Drama, Twirlers, Freshman Class. PATTERSON, HELEN - BS, North Texas, MSLS, East Texas. Librarian. Sponsored - Senior Class. PATY, JOE - BS, Abilene Chris- tian. Taught - Biology, Driver Education. Coached - Track CHeadj, Football. Sponsored - Senior Class. PUCKETT, FRANCES - BA, North Texas. Taught - Phased English. Sponsored - UIL Ready Writing. Junior Class. RINKER, ROLLIE - BS, Wayland, Taught - American History. Coached - Boys Basketball CHeadJ, Football, Golf. Spon- sored - Student Council, Sopho- more Class. STEGALL, DON - BS, East Texas. Taught - Agriculture I, II, III. Sponsored - FFA, Junior Class. STEPHENS, CLIFF - BSEd, McMurry. Taught - American History. Coached - Girls Basket- ball CHeadD, Football, Girls Track CHeadD. STEVES, GARY - BSEd, Oklahoma. Coached - Tennis CHeadD, Basketball, Football. SYNATZSKE, JANIE - BS, West Texas. Taught - Government, World History. Sponsored - Texas Historians, Sophomore Class. TEASDALE, DENNIS - MMEd, Texas Tech. Taught - Band, Music Theory. Sponsored - UIL Band. TYER, DALE - BS, West Texas. Taught - Health I, II. Coached - Girls Golf CHeadJ. Sponsored - Freshman Class. WALLER, J. E. - BS, West Texas. Taught - Drafting, Physi- cal Science. Sponsored - Junior Class CHeadJ. WYLIE, SALLY - BA, Wayland. Taught - Physical Education I, II, World History. Sponsored - Junior Class. Senior Aehievemenis MIKE BEAN - SC VP 3, Pres. 4: WHIRL Staff 1-4, ILPC State 1st Ads 4: NHS 3, 4: Who's Who 4: UIL Headlines 2-4, Dist. 2nd 2, 3rd 3,1st 4, Reg. 1st 2, 4th 4, State 5th 2, UIL Feature Writing 1-3, Dist. 1st 1, Reg. 4th 1, UIL Number Sense 1, UIL Persu. Spk. Dist. 3rd 1, UIL Science Dist. 1st 4: Learn and Live Champs 2, Qrt. Finals 3, Semi-finals 4: Citizen of Month 3, 4: Dept. Recog. 1-4: Tennis 1-4: Basket- ball 4: 2nd Most Active Award 4. CHERYL BEARDEN - Band 1-3, Lab Band 2, 3, All Reg. 2, 3, UIL Ens. 2, 3: Dept. Recog. 2-4: OEA 4, Bulletin Brd. Cont. 4: FTA 4: FHA 1, 2: Zimmerman Nursing Award 4. KIM BERTRAND - FTA 1-4, VP 3, Pres. 4: FHA 1-4, Parl. 3, High Pt. 1: NHS 3, 4: UIL Ready Writing Dist. 3rd 4, UIL Typing 3: Dept. Recog. 1, 2: 4: WHIRL Staff 4, Most Val. Typist for Year 4: WHIRLWIND Staff 2, 3: Lib. Aide 4: TSTA Scholarship 4. STEPHEN BECKER - FFA 1-4, Meats Jdg. Cont. 2, 3, Star Greenhand 1: Football 1: Track 1, 2: Golf3, 4. THIESS BROWN - UIL Science 3: DECA 4: Speech and Drama Club 1, Tournaments 1, 1-Act Play 1: WHIRL Staff 3: WHIRLWIND Photo. 1, 2: Class Fav. 4: Class Friendliest 2: Dept. Recog. 3: Tennis 1-3: NHS 4. TRACY BROWN - Class Pres. 2: HERO 4, Pres. 4: NHS 3, 4, VP 4: UIL Science 3, 4: Learn and Live 2, 3: Who's Who 4: School Play 2: WHIRL Staff 3: Band 1, 2, Stage Band 2: Science Aide 4: Dept. Recog. 3: Tennis 1-3, Reg. Qual. 3. NANETTE BURK - WHIRLWIND Staff 1-3, Photo. 1, 2, Editor 3: SC Rep. 1, 4, Alt. 2: Most Con- siderate 4: Class Fav. 1, 4: NHS 3, 4, FHA 1-4, Pres. 2: Thes- pian Sec.-Treas. 4: Basketball 1-3: Tennis 1, 2: Dept. Recog. 1-3: UIL Prose Dist. 2nd 4, UIL Ready Writing 3, 4, UIL Debate 2: FTA 4. ANN CAMPBELL - Golf 2-4, Reg. Qual. 2-4: FHA 1, 2, 4, VP 4: Class Poster Chrmn. 4: Band 1-3. RICK CARTHEL - Football 1-4: Basketball 1-4, Capt. 4, All Dist. Hon. Ment. 4: Track 1: Golf 3: DECA 4: FFA 1-3, Farm Skills Cont. 1: SC Alt. 4: FHA 3: Dept. Recog. 1, 2. ELISA CERVANTES - Dept. Recog. 1, 2: FTA 1-4, Parl. 3: WHIRLWIND Staff 2, 3, Dark Room 3, Most Val. for Month 3: OEA 4, Rept.-Hist. 4, Bulletin Brd. Cont. 4: Speech and Drama Club 2: Band 1-3. DONNA CHESSHIR - Band 1-4. Drum Major 3, 4, UIL Solo and Ens. 3, 4, All Reg. 3, 4, Stage Band 2-4: WHIRL staff 3, 4, Asst. 4, Most Val. 3, 4, UIL Feature Writing Dist. 2nd 4: Speech and Drama Club 2, School Play 2: FTA 1, 2: FHA 1, 2: Lib. Aide 3: Dept. Recog. 4. DANNY COLSTON - Football 1- 4, All Dist. 4: Track 1-4, Reg. Qual. 4, State Qual. 4: Speech and Drama Club 4, 1-Act Play 4, Dist. All Star Cast 4: DECA 2- 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Area Public Spk. Cont. 3rd 4: FFA 1, 2: Stu- dent Guest of Rotary 4. JOEY DAVIS - Basketball 1-4. Capt. 4, All Dist. 4, Fighting Whirlwind 4: Basketball Beau 4: DECA 2-4, Cont. 4: Track 2: SC Alt. 1, 2. LOIS DELACRUZ - DECA 2: FTA 3: Lib. Aide 3: FHA 1. MARIA DELAPUENTE - FTA 4: FHA 1: HERO 3, 4. TIM DYESS - Band 1-4, All State 3, All Reg. 1-4, Outstand- ing Memb. 1, 2, Arion Award 3, John Philip Sousa Award 4, UIL Solo and Ens. 1-4, Stage Band 2- 4: Who's Who 4: Dept. Recog. 1, 3, 4: UIL Slide Rule 4: Office Aide 3: Speech and Drama Club 2: NHS 4. ORHAN ERISIR - ISTANBUL. TURKEY - AFS Student - SC 4: Band 4: FTA 4. JOEL EVANS - FFA 1-4: Golf 1, 2. SANDRA FERGUSON - UIL Spell- ing 4: OEA 4, Record Mgmt. Clerk Cont. 4: FHA 2-4: FTA 4: Lib. Aide 3: Dept. Recog. 2-4. KELLIE FOSTER - Class Treas. 3: Speech and Drama Club 1: HERO 4: Band 1-3: Basketball 1-3: Tennis 1-3, Reg. Qual. 2, 3. RANDY FRY - DECA 3. 4, Parl. 4: Class Fav. 1: Football 1, 2: Dept. Recog. 1: SC Rep. 1: FFA 1. BRENDA FULTON - Cheerleader JV 1, 2, Vars. 3, 4, Head 4: WHIRLWIND Staff 3, 4, Most Val. for Quarter 4, for Year 4: Miss FHS lst Runner-Up 4: Who's Who 4: Basketball 1-4, All Dist. 2nd Team 4: NHS 4: FFA 1-4, Sec. 3: SC Alt. 2, 4, Rep. 3: Track 1-3, Fighting Whirlette 3: Tennis 2: Dept. Recog. 3, 4: FHA 2: FTA 4: Citizen of Month 4: 3rd Most Active Award 4. RUDY GARIBAY - SC Rep. 3: DECA 4: Football 1-4: Dept. Recog. 1-3: Office Aide 3: WHIRLWIND Photo. 1-3, Most Val. 1: FTA 1-4, Parl. 4: Speech and Drama Club 2, 3, School Play 2, 3: UIL Typing 2, UIL Spelling 3: FFA 1, 2, Cont. 1. ELISA GARRETT - Golf 2, 3. Dist. 3rd Medalist 2, Reg. 2nd Medalist 2: SC 2-4, Rep. 2, Treas. 3, Alt. 4: Class Sec. 2, Class Friendliest 2: Most Ambi- tious 4: WHIRLWIND Photo. 2, 3: Speech and Drama Club 2, Tour- nament 2, UIL Poetry Dist. 1st 2: FHA 3, Song Leader 3: FTA 1, 2, 4: DECA 4: Lib. Aide 3. ALONZO GONZALEZ - Tennis 1- 4, Reg. Qual. 3, 4: DECA 2-4: FTA 2, 3, Rept. 3: FFA 1: Dept. Recog. 4. KATHY GREEN - Basketball 1-4: Track 1-4, Reg. Qual. 2, Fight- ing Whirlette 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Basketball Sweetheart 4: DECA 4, Sweetheart 4, Cont. 45 Citizen of Month 35 SC Alt. 2, Rep. 3: FTA 1: FHA 1, 2: WHIRLWIND Staff 25 Dept. Recog. 1, 4: Miss Floydada 1st Runner-Up 25 Band 2. GRANT HAMBRIGHT - Band 1-4, Pres. 3, Rept. 2, UIL Solo and Ens. 1-4, All Reg. 1-4, Out- standing Memb. 2, Stage Band 2-4, Jazz Award 45 Speech and Drama Club 1-4, Outstanding Drama Student 4, UIL Debate 1, 1-Act Play 2-4, All Star Cast 2, 3, School Play 1-4, Tournaments 1, 2, Thespian 45 UIL Ready Writing 45 UIL Slide Rule 45 Dept. Recog. 1-45 Soil Conserv. Essay 2nd Place 45 Per. Attend. 1-12: 3rd Most Active 4. HOLLY HARTSELL - Homecom- ing Queen 45 Miss FHS 2nd Run- ner-Up 45 Most Cool-Headed 45 Most Good-Natured 45 Track Sweetheart 35 Golf 2-4, Reg. Qual. 3, 4, Stage Qual. 3: HERO 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Class Treas. 45 FHA 1-3, VP 1: SC Rep. 2, 4, Alt. 35 WHIRLWIND Staff 2-4, Asst. Editor 3, Most Val. for Month 2, for Quarter 3: Band 1, 25 Dept. Recog. 1. DEAN HINTON - WHIRL Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, ILPC State 3rd Ads 3, State lst Ads 4, Most Val. 3, UIL Headlines Dist. 2nd 3, 4, Reg. Qual. 3, 45 UIL Typing Dist. 5th 25 Who's Who 45 NHS 3, 45 Student Guest of Rotary 45 Boys State 35 Dept. Recog. 1-3: Ten- nis 3, 45 FFA 1-3, Quiz Team 1, Chapter Cond. Team 1, Dairy Prod. Team 1, Meats Team 25 Soil Conserv. Essay 1st 4. ALEX IBARRA - DECA 2: HERO 3, 4: Lib. Aide 3. JEFFREY JOHNSON - Class Sec. 45 sc Rep. 45 DECA 45 FTA 45 ' FFA 2-45 Dept. Recog. 25 Golf 2. 3. STEVE JOHNSON - FFA 1-4. STEVE JONES - FFA 1-4, VP 4, Star Chapter Farmer 2, DeKalb Award 4, Farm Skills 1, 2, Live- stock Jdg. Team 2, 45 SC Rep. 15 Football 1-4. MORRIS KEELE - Basketball 2-4. All Dist. Hon. Ment. 45 Tennis 3, 4, Reg. Qual. 45 Football 3, 45 DECA 3, 45 Dept. Recog. 2, 45 Most Good-Natured 45 FFA 25 Citizen of Month 4, of Quarter 4. LAYNE KIRK - Boys State 35 NHS 3, 45 Band 1-4, All Reg. 3, 4. UIL Solo and Ens. 3, 4, Stage Band 2-45 Dept. Recog. 2, 45 Lab Aide 3, 4. DALE KINCER - DECA 4: Band 1- 35 School Play 25 WHIRLWIND Staff Dark Room 2. JAY LACKEY - Class VP 2, Sec. 35 Class Fav. 25 Most Demonic 45 WHIRLWIND Staff Sports Editor 3, Most Val. for Year 35 Football 1-4, Capt. 1, 4, All Dist. 3, 4. All South Plains 3, 4, Outstand- ing Lineman 4: Track 1, 25 Stu- dent Guest of Rotary 45 FFA 1, 2, 45 Cont. 15 FHA 35 Bio. Aide 3, 45 Dept. Recog. 4. TERESA LIPHAM - DECA 2-45 FHA 15 OEA 4, Bulletin Brd. Cont. 4. BILLY MARQUIS - FHS: Band 1, 2, 4, Jazz Award 4, Stage Band 2, 4, All Reg. 2, 4, UIL Solo and Ens. 1, 45 NHS 45 UIL Num- ber Sense 45 Speech and Drama Club 1, 2, Tournaments 1, 2, UIL Debate 15 Dept. Recog. 1, 4: Rotary Scholarship 4. BRYAN HS, BRYAN, TX: Band 3, Stage Band 3, UIL Solo and Ens. 35 NHS 3. VIRGIL MARTIN - FFA 1-4: Football 1, 25 Winfred West Memorial Award 4. CONNIE MARTINEZ - FTA 1-4, Rept. 2, Treas. 3, Sec. 4: DECA 2, 3: OEA 4: WHIRLWIND Staff Dark Room 2, 35 Dept. Recog. 4. JESSE MARTINEZ - Track 1-4, Reg. Qual. 45 Football 1, 25 DECA 2-4, VP 4, Cont. 3, 4: Dept. Recog. 3, 45 FFA 1. DORMAN MCCORMICK - DECA 3, Star Salesman 35 FFA 1, Cont. 15 Band 1-3, Stage Band 2, 35 Lib. Aide 4: Golf 25 Track 2. LAURA MCCULLEY - Band Sweetheart 45 Band 1-4, Rept. 4, All Reg. 2, 4, Rep. 2, 3, UIL Solo and Ens. 1, 2, Stage Band 2, 35 Student Guest of Rotary 45 HERO 4, Rept. 45 SC Alt. 15 Class Poster Chrmn. 45 UIL Ready Writing 4: Speech and Drama Club 2, 3, Tournaments 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, Hist. 2: FTA 1: Office Aide 3. RICKY MERCADO - Football 1. 25 Vocational Ed. Outstanding Student 4. MARK MILLER - FFA 1-4: Band 1-45 Most Individualistic 35 Dept. Recog. 4. PAT MILLER - Tennis 1-45 NHS 3, 45 DECA 4, Area Cont. 45 WHIRL Staff 35 UIL Science 25 Student Guest of Rotary 4: Dept. Recog. 3. 4 MICKEY MINNITT - Football 1- 4, All South Plains and Player of the Year 4, Outstanding Back 4: Track 1-4, Reg. Qual. 3, 4, Stage Qual. 3, 4, Fighting Whirlwind 4: DECA 2-4: Dept. Recog. 4. IESSE MORALES - SC 1: Football 1-4: Track 1-3: Dept. Recog. 3: DECA 2, 4: FFA 1, 2: FTA 1-3. DAVID NICHOLS - DECA 2-4, Sgt. at Arms 4, Star Salesman 4: FFA 1: Int. Club 1. PAM NICHOLS - NHS 4: DECA 2, 3, Parl. 2, Star Salesman 2: FHA 3, 4: Speech and Drama Club 2. MARK NOLAND - Football 1, 2: FFA 1-4, Sent. 3, Pres. 4: WHIRLWIND Staff Dark Room 3: SC Alt. 2: Dept. Recog. 4. KELLI PARSON - FTA 1-4, Pres. 3, Treas. 4: Speech and Drama Club 2, School Play 2: FHA 1-4: Lib. Aide 4. TEDDY PATTERSON - FFA 1-4, Dairy Jdg. Cont. 2. KATHRYN POWELL - FHA 1, 2, 4: OEA 4: Dept. Recog. 1, 3, TRACEY PUCKETT - Class Treas. 2, Pres. 3: UIL Typing 2: FHA 1, 3: FTA 1: HERO 4: NHS 3, 4, Pres. 4, Fr. of Year 1: UIL Poetry Dist. lst 1, Dist. 3rd 2, Tournaments 2: SC Rep. 1-4: Cheerleader IV 2, Vars. 3: Speech Aide 3: Miss FHS 4: Who's Who 4: Miss Sr. Class 4: Citizen of Month 2, 4, of Quar- ter 2, 4: Kiwanis Sweetheart 3: Homecoming Queen 3rd Runner- Up 4: Dept. Recog. 1-4: Student Guest of Rotary 4: Basketball 1- 4, Capt. 4, All Dist. Hon. Ment. 3, 2nd Team 4: Tennis 1- 4, Reg. Qual. 4: Most Active Award 4. ANDY RAINWATER - Citizen of Month 4: FFA 1-4, State Farmer Degree 3: Football 1-4: Basket- ball 1-3: Track 1-4: Office Aide 4. RANDY RAINWATER - Mr. SI. Class 4: Most Considerate 4: Class VP 4: Office Aide 4: 1-Act Play 4: FFA 1-4, Lone Star Farmer 3: Tennis 4: Football 1-3: Track 1-3: Basketball 1, 2. RANDY RATHEAL - Class Pres. 4: Track 1-4, Reg. Qual. 2-4, State Qual. 2, 4, Fighting Whirlwind 4: Football 1-4, All Dist. 4, All South Plains Hon. Ment. 4: SC Rep. 4: Student Guest of Rotary 4: Basketball 1-3: FFA 1, 2, 4: FHA 3: Mr. FHS 2nd Runner-Up 4: Dept. Recog. 4. RICK REDDY - SC Rep. 1, 4: FFA 1-4: Football 1, 2: WHIRL Staff 1. LANA REED - NHS 3, 4: Band 2- 4, All Reg. 4, Solo and Ens. 2, 3, Stage Band 2, 3: Football Sweetheart 4: UIL Typing 2: WHIRL Staff 3: Basketball 1-3, Mgr. 4: Dept. Recog. 1, 2: Office Aide 3, 4: FTA 1. MARTHA RENDON - Miss FHS 4: Cheerleader Vars. 4: OEA 4, Treas. 4, Typing Cont. 4: Track 1-4, Fighting Whirlette 3, 4, Reg. Qual. 2-4: Most Individual- istic 3: Basketball 1-4: Track Sweetheart 2nd Runner-Up 4: Alpha Mu Delta Award 4. ROBIN ROBERTS - Band 1-4, Pres. 4, Stage Band 3: Class Rept. 4, Poster Chrmn. 3: Speech and Drama Club 3, 4, 1- Act Play 3, 4, Dist. Best Actress 4, Outstanding Drama Student 3, Outstanding Forensic Student 4, UIL Poetry 3, 4, Dist. 2nd 3, School Play 3, 4, Tournaments 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Honor Thespian 4: SC Alt. 1-4: Dept. Recog. 1, 3: WHIRL Staff 1: WHIRLWIND Staff Dark Room 4: Biggest Flirt 1: Basketball 1-3, Mgr. 4: Track 1, 2, Mgr. 3: OEA 4, Sec. 4. HOLLY ROBERTSON - Golf 2, 4, Dist. 2nd Medalist 4, Reg. 4th Medalist 4, Reg. Qual. 2, 4, State Qual. 2: Basketball 1: Track 1: Most Demonic 4: FTA 1: FFA 1, Cont. 1: FHA 2, 4. CURTIS ROBINSON - DECA 2-4: Football 1, 2, Mgr. 3: FFA 1, 2: Track 1. NANCY ROBINSON - Basketball 2: Dept. Recog. 2, 3: FHA 1: Della Plains HERO 4, Pres. 4: Outstanding Vocational Ed. Stu- dent 4. BETH STOVALL - Basketball 1- 4, Fighting Whirlette 4, Capt. 4, All Dist. 2nd Team 4: Ir.-Sr. Banquet Chrmn. 3: WHIRLWIND Staff 2-4, Asst. Editor 3, Most Val. for Month 2, for Year 3: SC Rep. 1-3, Alt. 4: FHA 1-3, Pres. 3: NHS 3, 4. 1, VP 2, Sec. Sec.-Treas. 4: Who's Who 4: Bulletin Brd. OEA 4, VP 4, Cont. 4, Verbal Comm. Cont. Area 3rd 4, State Voting Del. 4: Class Poster Chrmn. 2: Student Guest of Rotary 4: Track 1, 2: Dept. Recog. 1-3: 2nd Most Active Award 4. MATILDE SUAREZ - FTA 1-4: FHA 1, 2: Track 1-4: DECA 2: Dept. Recog. 4. KEITH TOOLEY - Tennis 1-4, Reg, Qual. 3, 45 DECA 3, 4, State Cont. Qual. 4, Photo 3, 45 Class Rept. 1, 25 Student Guest of Rotary 45 Citizen of Month 35 Debate Team 35 Dept. Recog. 4. LUISA TREVINO - HERO 3, 4, Hist. 4: DECA 2. BRENDA TURNER - WHIRLWIND Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Most Val. for Quarter 35 NHS 45 Who's Who 45 OEA 4, Pres. 4, General Cler- ical Cont. Area 2nd 4, Outstand- ing Memb. 45 UIL Typing Dist. 1st 2, Reg. 1st 2, State 4th 25 Golf 1, 2, Reg. Qual. 25 FHA 1, 2, Rept. 25 DECA 3, Cont. 35 Dept. Recog. 1-45 SC Alt. 35 FTA 1. RQNNIE WALL - Mr. FHS 4: DECA 2-4, Pres. 3, 4, Student of Year State Cont. 3, Outstanding Memb. 3, 4, Beau 3, 45 SC 3, 4, VP 45 Who's Who 45 Class VP 35 Class Fav. 35 Citizen of Month 3, 4, of Quarter 35 Most Cool- Headed 45 Football 2-45 FFA 15 Dept. Recog. 4. IANIE WARREN - DECA 2, 3: HERO 45 FFA 2: FHA 1, 2. KELLY WARREN - FFA 1, 2, 4, Cont. 25 Track 1, 25 DECA 35 Football 1, 25 Dept. Recog. 2. STEVE WESTBROOK - DECA 45 FFA 1, 35 SC Alt. 1, 45 Basket- ball 1-35 Football 1-45 Track 1- 4, Reg. Qual. 3, 45 Dept. Recog. 1, 2. JAY WQMACK - Class Pres. 15 Mr. FHS 1st Runner-Up 45 Foot- ball 1-4, Capt. 4, All Dist. 4, All South Plains 4, Fighting Whirlwind 45 Basketball 25 Track State 1-4, Reg. Qual. 2-4, Qual. 2-45 FFA 1-4, VP 2, Rept. 45 DECA 35 Dept. Recog. 1, 3, 45 Citizen of Month 45 Most Active Award 4. LEN WOOD - Football 1-45 FFA 1-4, Meat Jdg. Team Dist. 2nd 1, Dist. 1st 25 WHIRLWIND Staff Dark Room 2, 35 SC Rep. 15 Office Aide 45 Russell Wood Memorial Award 4. CARLEN YOUNG - Cheerleader JV 1, 2, Head 25 FHA 1, Rept. 15 Golf 1-35 Class Treas. 2, Rept. 35 SC Rep. 25 FFA 2, 35 Basket- ball 25 DECA 45 FTA 45 Speech and Drama Club 45 Dept. Recog. 4. KIRK YOUNG - FFA 1-4, Idg. Team 25 Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2. ROBERT ZAMBRANO - MATHIS HS, MATHIS TX: Drama 1. Whirlwind Index Adams, Leeta 21, 26, 78, 84, 86-7, 95, 104, 200. Adams, Roijon 3. 37, 80, 125, 172. 193. Alfaro, Angie 37. 43, 55, 73-4, 99. Allen, Mike 5, 21, 23, 109, 143, 149, 165. Anderson, Lisa 21, 24, 113, 155, 158. Anderson, Patricia 29, 88, 113, 115, 118,120,129-30,169,183. Arellano, Adam 21, 109. Arellano, Carlos 29, 108, 143, 165, 197. Arredondo, lunior 21, 24, 26, 109, 111, 127, 143, 165. Arwine, Mike 21, 89, 117, 121, 168, 172. Assister, Darla 29, 33-4, 43. 71, 78- 80, 95, 112, 119, 121--2,155,158, 160. 201, 220. Bagwell, Mike 5, 21, 143, 165. Baker, A. E. 9,53, 132. Baker. Alice 12,27-8,1l2,125. Baker, Regina 5, 21, 113, 155-6, 158, rin 2-0. Barnes, Rose Mary 21, 24, 27, 113, 155, 158, 220. Barnett, Kim 29, 83-4, 87, 89, 95, 120, 168, 196. Barraza, Beatrice 21. Barrera, Oscar 21, 85, 168. Barrientez, Tomas 21-2. Bean, lane 12-3, 16-7, 28, 96-7. Bean, Judi 13, 29, 35, 74, 79, 95, 97, 112, 118, 141, 155, 167, 201, 221. Bean, Mike 6, 45-6, 49, 51-2, 62, 71, 75, 78, 82, 96-7, 102, 116, 118-9. 125-6, 131-2, 144,146-8,167-3, 193, 210, 222. Bearden, Cheryl 13, 46, 48, 98, 115, 117, 120, 171, 207. Bearden, Stacey 12, 87, 112-3, 180. Becker, Neal 22-3, 109, 143, 149, 165 Becker, Stephen 46, 92, 108, 111, 132 159, 197. Beedy, Mark 5, 7, 29, 35, 108, 128, 143, 165, 195. Bell, Shannon 37, 75, 80, 84-5, 92, 96-7, 102-3, 118, 121,125-6, 131. 183. Bennett, Rhonda 37-8, 40, 43, 71, 80, 99,124-6,134,150-1,153-4,194. Bertrand, Jeff 24, 29, 108, 110, 207. Bertrand, Kim 12. 46, 48-9, 79, 93, 97, 129 Bice, Bice, 102-3,112. 114, 117-8, 121, 125 , 207, 220, 222. Lisa 5, 22, 79, 112-3, 155, 205. Lori 20, 22, 27, 112-3, 126-7, 155, 208, 220. Bice, Max 29. Blake, Atha 37, 42, 84-5, 91, 95, 125. Boothe, Trina 98, 102. Bradford, Charles 23, 37, 135, 160, 162-3. 165, 208. Bradford, Connie 29, 32, 84, 104, 168, 178. Bradley, Sammy 22, 78-9, 109, 111, 120 143, 168, 179. Brawley, Julie 22, 83-4, 86-7, 204. Briones, Dalia 22, 113. Briones, Silvester 29. Brown, Paul 22, 85, 109, 143, 149, 165 205. Brown, Thiess 45-6, 100, 105, 116, 129-30, 177. Brown, Tracy 2, 45-6, 64, 81, 99, 102 119 129-30, 132-3, 177, 222. Bueno, Beatrice 22. A Bueno, Sylvia 29, 87, 115, 172. Bullock, Brad 24, 29, 108, 205. Burk, Nanette 41, 45-6, 52, 63, 65, 77-81,102,104,112,114,117,119, 125, 129, 203. Burleson, Beverly 22, 26, 78-9, 84, 86 90. 204. Burleson, Carrla 2, 30-1, 88-9, 108- 11, 122, 128, 155, 191. Cagle, Rusty 36-7. 77, 81, 108, 124-5 136, Cain, 138-9, 141-2, 162. Fred 30, 35, 221. Campbell, Ann 3, 44-6. 48, 51, 112-3 127, 169, 174, 222. Campbell, Caren 37, 80, 84-5, 109. 124 ,155, 157, 174. Campbell, Mike 22, 26, 109, 143, 165 194. Cardinal, Polly 12, 15, 17, 23, 44, 47 6 133. Carthel, Donny 5, 12, 16, 42, 137-8, 143,161,165, 222. Davis, Kevin 30. Day, Riclty 30, 35, 71, 125, 135, 137- 9,149,162,165. Carthel, Greg 37. 104, 149. Carthel, Jack 5, 37, 80, 109, 127, 136 139,141-2,175. Carthel, Rick 47-50, 132-3, 136, 138- 42, 145-8, 175, 220, 222-3. Castillo, Pete 22. Cedillo, Danny 30, 143. Cedillo, Delia 30, 115, 130. Cervantes, Elisa 47-8, 50, 98, 114-5, 129, 171. Cervantes, Felix 22-3, 43, 79, 83-4, 86-7,114-5, 129, 165, 208. Chandler, Valynda 3, 38, 79, 81, 91-2 112, 125. Cheelt, Derelt 3, 6, 38, 80, 84-5, 87, 91,107,121,125, Cheek, Jett 23 143, 145, 147, 195. Chesshir. Donna 195. ,26, 84-7, 119-20, 123, 47-8, 55, 83-7, 95, 117-8,121,123,125,132,179,222. Chesshir, Tatnm ie 3, 38, 85. 87, 91, 97, 186. Christian, Barbara 12-3, 18, 44, 131, 133. Cleveland, James 12, 14, 36, 109, 130 Coleman, Anthony 30. Coleman, Beverly 30, 114-5, 155-7, 207-8. Coleman, Carmen 5, 23, 27, 113, 155- 6, 158, 207, 220. Coleman, Jerry 38, 143, 163, 165. Coleman, Quinn 38, 100, 121, 144-7, Dean, Mona 12-3, 20, 27, 113. Del.aCruz, Lois 47, 80. delalfuente, Dolores 23. delaFuente, Maria 3, 47, 133. delaFuente, Miguel 38. delaFuente, Petra 23, 38, 93, 124, 196 DeLeon, Abel 23. Delieon, Arturo 38. Derryberry, Christie 31, 112, 115. Dick, Kalvin 231, 85, 87, 122, 186. Dick, Verla 38, 80, 84-5, 87, 125, 183. Dobbins, Debbie 23, 83-5, 95, 104, 123, 176. Dominquez, Elinor 31. Duran, Chele 31. Dyess, Suzanne 31, 84-5, 121. 178. Dyess, Tim 26, 47, 63, 84-7, 116, 120, 123,125,132-3, 178, 223. Ellis, Jimmie 23. Emert, Danny 38, 174. Enriquez, Cruz 31, 108, 181. Enriquez, Dianna 31, 114-5, 129-30. Enriquez, Eli 23, 39, 100, 125, 181. Erisir, Orhan 41, 47-8, 78, 82, 84, 86- 7, 115, 132, 193, 199, 223. Evans, Joel 3, 47-8, 108, 125, 131, 133, 182, 223. Faulkenberry, Kay 30-1, 89, 112, 114, 129-30, 169, 183, 203. Ferguson, Leanne 31, 35, 79, 88, 90, 118 120 221 ,..,.a... 188. Collins, Macolyn 23, 109, 111, 143, 149, 165. Collins, Timothy 30, 148-9. Colston, Danny 47, 49, 81, 100. 102, 104, 106-7, 128, 133, 136, 138-42. 160-1,164-5, 181, 220. Cook, Tina 38. Copeland, Kara 30, 32, 84, 87-8, 90, 113, 166, 168, 190, 220. Cornelius. Jim 23, 178. Cortinas, Janie 38, 200. Cortinas, Robert 23. Covington, Jimmy 7, 30, 75, 78, 108- 11,123, 125-6, 128,143, 164-5, 195 Covington, Joe 30, 84-5, 143, 163, 165, 188. Covington, Monte 18. Covington, Rick 38, 40, 54, 70-1, 75, 'U , 78,89-90,102-3,109,117,122,125- 6,128,137-42,163,193 Coward, Daniel 13, 17, 20, 42, 143-4, OOO Ferguson, Sandra 47-8, 98, 115, 118, 120, 122. Feuerbacher, Brad 28, 31-2, 35, 125-6 143, 149, 165, 186. Finley, Jimmy 39, 77, 85, 87, 102-3, 109, 117, 176, 20 -3. Finley, Jonny 23, 55, 76, 85, 109, 120 1,176,20J3. Fortenberry, Bryan 31, 108, 143, 165, 197. Foster, Kellie 3, 47, 1133, 179, 199. Fry, Randy 48, 51, 81, 100, 125, 131, 195, 222. Fuller, Ray 23, 109, 168, 187. Fulton, Brenda 4, 48, 51, 58, 62, 71, 76, 79, 81, 88-9, 94-5, 102, 108, 115-7,121,126, fr A .m , 4,11-1, 151, 2-1 Fulton, Shonda 3, fa f, r 4 D..'tJ,1O-1-6,111 Galvan. Janie 23 Garibay, Rudy 48 11-1, 128, 137-9, 131,148,150,152- ., 13, 30-1, 71, 78, 123,155,168, 175 'PC , od. 50, 54, 94, 100, 141-2. Cox, Kenneth 38, 109-10. Crabtree, Becky 23, 84-5, 87, 94, 112- 3,116,120,204. Craig, Mary Alice 13, 16, 36, 99, 129 Cruz, Mary Jo Cuevas, Jr. 30 Curry, Kim 30, 154, 157. 201 Daniel, Marty '30 35.108, 110-1, 125 128, 1453, 164-5. Cruz, Hilda 30. Cruz, Martin 30, 84 30, 179. , 143, 163, 165, 208. -roi 7,115,150-2, 1- A Davis, Joey 3, 47, 54, 66-7, 100, 127, 131, 144-6, 148 Davis, Kathy 2, 38, 134, 150-2, 154, 156, 200. Garrett, Elisa 3, 46, 48, 79, 100, 115, 129, 199. Garza, Earnest 23, 143, 165, 207. Gentry, Tammy 2, 39, 41, 813-4, 96-7 102-3,117-3, 122,131, 194. Gentry, Trava 331, 42, 84, 87-8, 90, 121-2, 190. Gilmore, 'Ferry 3, 41, 109, 159. Goley, Annette 85. Gomez, Nelda 23, 113, 120, 122. Gomez, Ricky 23. Gonzalez, Alonzo 45, -18, 100, 121, 128, 131-23, 222. Gonzalez, Henry 24, 109, 143, 149, 165. Gonzaler, Linda 23, 39, 43, 99. Gonzalez, Rosemary 24, 79, 113, 168. Gonzalez, Yolanda 24, 113, 168. Grahatn, Randy 39, 100, 128. Graham, Scott 24, 89-90, 109-10, 168 205, 221. Green, Bobby 31,108-11,149,167. Green, David 39, 104, 188. Green, Kathy 48-9, 51-2, 66-7, 69, 94-5,120,125-6,128,148,150-1, 153-4, 158, 208, 222. Green, Sally 31, 112, 115, 129, 196. Griggs, Jay 5, 24, 109, 207. Griggs, Kenneth 39, 110, 138. Guest, Jaine 31, 34, 79, 88, 90, 155-7 195. Guevara, Delia 24, 113-4. Guzman, Amelia 24, 114. Guzman, Anna 31, 175. Guzman, Eloisa 31, 183. Guzman, Mary 23, 39, 114, 120-1. Guzman, Rosa 39, 43, 84-5, 122, 191. Hagood, Kelly Ann 3, 31, 35, 37, 39, 41, 81, 83-6, 88-9, 91, 95, 108, 112, 117, 123-5,167,188. Hale, Melissa 31, 83-4. 121, 127, 189 Hale, Mitzi 23, 39, 43, 78, 84, 89, 91,94-5,112,124,126,148,169, 189. Hambright, Grant 3, 47-8, 52, 55, 84- 5, 87, 94, 102-3, 105-7, 116-7, 120, 123, 132, 195, 223. Hambright, Todd 24, 85, 104, 143, 149, 165, 192. Hamilton, Clay 6, 23, 39, 42, 80, 83, 85, 91, 102-4, 109, 111, 117, 119, 123, 175. Hardin, Rosemary 23, 31, 39, 42-3, 80 84, 87-8, 90, 93, 112, 123,188. Harris, Orville 13, 44, 108, 128, 130, 133. Harrison, Debbie 22, 24, 84, 86-7, 95, 121. Hartsell, Holly 44-5, 48-9, 54-5, 58, 64-5, 72, 74, 78, 88, 94, 99, 126, 169, 206, 222-3. Heflin, Shawnda 2, 39, 71, 80, 84-5, 96-7, 102-3, 112, 117-8, 124-5, 183. Helms, Kary 28, 31, 33, 35, 76, 81, 84-5, 87, 89-90, 94, 117,123,125-6, 143, 147-9, 164, 180, 183, 219. Herber, Sue Jan 14, 20, 94. Hernandez, Manuel 24. Hernandez, Tomas 24. Hesson, Michelle 39, 80, 84, 87, 91, 9-1, 104,119-20, 122. Hickerson, Tolya 36, 39, 74, 79-80, 88-9, 102-3,112, 119,123-5, 132, 150-1,153-4,173,180,187. Higginbotham, Kelly 20, 24, 43, 74, 95,112-3,155-6,158,193. Hill, Gary 23, 39, 84, 86-7, 93, 112, 176. Hinton, Dean 45, 48, 51-2, 62, 96-7, 102-3, 116, 118, 131-2, 199, 222. Holcomb, Andy 25, 85, 89, 168, 178. Hopper, Cliff 31, 108, 173. lbarra, Alex 48, 99. lbarra, Irma 39, 43, 114, 124, 192. Ibarra, Janie 25, 113. lrlas, Linda 32, 91. lrlas, Robert 25. lackson, Brenda 32, 88, 129, 206. Jackson, Jimmy 32, 34-5, 108, 143, 149, 180. Johnson, Ernest 39, 194. Johnson. Jeffrey 3, 44, 49-50, 78, 81, 100.108, 115,125, 132, 172, 222. Johnson, Phyllis 40, 42, 100, 104, 125, 128. Johnson, Steve 48-9, 108, 132, 204, 222-3. Johnston, Emily 2, 12, 114-5. Jones, Barry 4-5, 40, 100, 126, 128, 139, 160, 165, 174. Jones, Greg 5, 7, 32, 78, 108, 111, 125, 143,164-5. Jones, Jay 32, 81, 84, 87, 108. JOl1r3S.Jill1l7ly 22, 25, 109, 121, 143, 165, 194. Jones, Jon 37, 40, 71, 74, 78-81, 92, 102-3, 109-10, 122. 125-6, 128, 136- 9,141,165,183. Jones, Larry 22, 35, 38, 40, 70, 92, 109, 124. 136-7,139-41,165,172. Jones, Steve 47-50, 94-5, 108, 110, 117, 123, 128, 130-2, 137, 140-1, H570 Jones, Zane 40, 80, 109, 124, 167. 172, 190. Jordan, Rhonda 25, 84, 86, 120, 168, 204, 206. Juarez.Jr. 25. Julian, Kristi 25, 42, 80, 83-4, 87, 113,116,120. Keele, Morris 41, 46-7, 49, 65, 70-1, 94, 100, 121, 125, 127, 131,133. 137-8, 141-2, 144-8, 220. Ketnple, Cynthia 40-1. Kirnble, Joyce 14, 36. Kincer, 48-9, 100, 128. Kincer, Dawn 32. Kincer, Donny 32. King, Lynette 25, 113, 210. King, Shane 25, 109, 168, 184. Kirk, Layne 48-9, 52, 84-5, 87, 102, 121, 132, 192, 223. Kitchens, Blake 32, 108-10. Kitchens, Ronnette 40-1, 80-1, 85-6, 108, 112-3, 155-6, 158. Lackey. Jay 3,23,48-9,52,65,108, 121,125-7,131, 137-8, 140, 194, mol Langley, Andy 32, 108, isa, 196. Lara, Vincent 25. Leatherman, Stacy 32, 42, 84, 104, 192. Ledbetter, Dorothy 5, 25. Ledbetter, Gerald 25, 54. Ledbetter, Guy 40. Lewallen, Jayma 3, 5, 40, 42, 79-80. 92,112,121, 124-6, 169, 206. Linker, Billie 25, 113, 184. Lipham, Teresa 49-50, 98, 131, 133, 171. Livingston, Jerry 14, 17-8, 44, 78-80, 133. Locke, Benny 14, 36, 130, 171. Lovell. James 14. Lovell, Sue 15, 31. Love, Bobby 40, 205. Love, Kristi 176. Luna, Abran 25, 109. Luna, Joey 22, 24-5, 79, 109, 143, 165, 205. uma, Rick 32, 35, 10,8, 1.13, iss, Qoa Lyons, Kelli 3, 6-7, 40-1, 54-5, 73-4 80,88,91,9-1-5,104-7,112,117, 120, 124-6, 148, 194, 221. 190- Lyons, Monte 22, 79, 109, 143, 149, 194. Maldonado, Jessie 25. Marble, Brett 32, 35, 108-10, 194. Marble, Dwayne 25, 85, 109, 194. Marble, Kelly 25, 109-10, 168, 194. Marquin, John 109. Marquis, Billy 3, 49, 52, 61, 84-5, 87, 95,102-3,117,122-3,132,195,223. Marquis, Kim 187. Marquis, Troy 87,121,143,149,165. 49, 108, 117, 121, 131. 32, 108, 122, 208. 40,42,83-5,99,129, 20, 23, 25, 81, 84-5, Martin, Virgil Martinez, Alex Martinez, Connie 12, 48, 50-2, 79, 94 98, 112, 114-5, 131, 222. Martinez, Edna 5, 32, 157. Martinez, Elva 25, 113-4, 121, 155. Martinez, Ida 40, 114, 124, 129-30. 191. 220. Martinez, Irene 23, 40, 112, 129-30. Martinez, Isabel 32, 114-5, 187. Martinez, Jesse 50, 100, 120, 128, 160 162, 165. Martinez, LeRoy 32, 108. Martinez, Maybelle 25, 113. Martinez, Noe 25. 84. Martinez, Rose 25, 113-4. Matsler, Lahoma 11. Mayo, Mark 32, 108, 205. McCormick, Dorman 3, 48, 50-1, 91. 181. McCulley, Lattra 44, 50, 52, 55, 68, 84.99,132,222. Mclntosh, Jack 2, 12, 14-5, 20, 114, 129. McLattry, Mayme 25. Medrano, Rudy 32, 122, 149, 175. Medrano, Sylvia 25, 113, 121, 168. Mendoza, Hope 40, 43, 122, 158, 200. Mendoza, Pat 33, 121. Mercado, Ray 25, 143, 165. Mercado, Ricky 50, 116, 133. Meyers, Dettnis 174. Milam, Janet 2, 15, 28, 74, 89, 94, 98, 130. Miller, Eddie 40, 109. Miller, Hugh 40, 103, 109-11. Miller, Jerry 41, 109, 194. Miller, Mark 50, 85, 108, 132-3, 192. Miller, Pat 50, 52, 100, 103, 126, 128 132, 167. Miller, Steve 41. Miller, Vicki 33, 108, 155, 191. Minnitt, Mickey 3, 5, 81, 94, 100, 121, 125, 127, 131, 136-7, 139-41. 144-8, 160-1, 164. Minnitt, Wanda 33-4, 114-5, 186. Mitchell, Shirley 33-4, 104, 115, 176. Montes, Valentina 33, 115. Moore, Bill 33, 35, 143, 164, 195. Morales, Carmen 41, 79, 100-1, 114- 5, 128, 172. Morales. Jesse 50, 94, 100-1, 128. 131 2, 136-7, 139-42, 165, 220. Morales, Yolanda 33, 115. Moritz, Holly 13, 15, 18, 20. 104-5, 123. Morris, Adeana 26, 36, 41-2, 83-7, 91 95,104-5,108-9.122-4, 126, 128, 187. Morton, Julie 25, 55, 79, 83-4, 86, 95, .s Morton. Melinda 41, 43, 80, 83-7, 100, 123, 193. Moss, Nancy 3, 41-2, 80, 84-6, 112-3 124-5, 174. 181. Muncy, Pam 3, 13, 26, 32-3, 43, 75 79, 85, 87, 95, 104, 123, 191, 221. Muniz, Roy 41, 100, 174. Mttrillo. Johnny 25. Navarro, Lydia 41. Naylor, Gary 5, 25, 81, 109, 143, 149 165, 207. Nicholas, Juanita 26, 120. Nicholas, Ricky 23, 41, 84, 94. Nichols, David 51, 80, 100. Nichols. Nathan 33, 108, 202. Nichols, Pam 51, 80, 102, 104, 112-3 125, 133. Nichols, Tammie 5, 41, 84, 196. Nixon, Denise 33, 42, 85, 123, 168, 207. Nixon, Keith 5, 26, 109, 122, 130, 143, 165. Nolan, Charise 5, 26, 109-10, 155. Noland, LaDelle 3, 28, 33, 70, 79, 8 87, 94, 123, 126, 155, 221. Noland . Lisa 7, 33, 88, 90, 112-3, 4, 115, 120, 129, 168, 206, 220. Noland, Mark 51, 108, 122, 128, 222. Norrell, Gerry 33, 110, 120-1, 127, 168, 195. Norris, Shannon 41, 80-1, 100, 105, 122, 188. Nutt, Danny 26, 109, 122, 143, 164-5 Oakley, Terry 4, 100. Ocanaz, Ocanaz, Parham, 210. Parham, Gracy 26, 113. Neomy 23, 41, 99. Darla 18, 26, 79-80, 112-3, David 23, 42-3, 80, 91, 104 121, 207. Parson, Kelli 47-8, 51, 93, 112, 114, 129, 175. Patterson, Helen 15-6, 23, 44, 93, 133 Patterson, Sherri 33, 90, 112, 120, 192 Patterson, Teddy 51, 108, 222. Paty, Joe 15-6, 35, 42, 80, 160, 222. Payne, Tammy 33, 71, 86, 104, 192. Pena, Rose Marie 26, 84, 121. Peralez, Perez, M David 26. aria 26. Pierce, Lucy 33, 222. Poage, Jill 5, 15, 36, 42, 78, 82, 88, 92, 94-5, 112-3, 118,120,124-6, 134,148,150-1, 153, 160, 166, 220 Potts, Jitn 42, 71, 109-11, 126, 128, 136-9, 141-2, 220. Powell, Glenna 26, 113. Powell, Jerry 42, 80, 100-1. Powell, Kathryn 3, 49-51, 98, 112, 132. Powell, l.isa 33, 55, 73, 83, 187. Powell, Melody 33, 84-5, 108, 112-3 122, 128, 187. Powell, Sandy 34, 91, 120, 207. Pratt, Ke rry 14,40,42,81,92,109- 10,123-5,137,139, 142.159, Probasco, Jill 3, 5, 42, 80, 91, 93, 104,112, 150-4, 174. Pruitt, Greg 34, 108, 110, 168, 204. Puckett, Frances 16-7, 36. Puckett, Tracey 41, 48, 51-2, 56-7, 59-60, 63, 70-1, 73-4, 78, 82, 99, 102,116,121,125,129.131-2,150 152, 154, 166, 204, 222-3. 1 y 217 Radloff, Paul 5, 34, 54, 95, 120, 122. 138, 142, 160, 163, 208, 222. Rainwater, Andy 6, 48-9, 51, 71, 81, 92, 94, 108, 111, 125-6, 138-9, 162, 164, 181. Rainwater, Randy 22, 41, 43-4, 48, 51, 59, 65, 81, 92, 96-7,104,106-8. 125, 128, 181, 222. Ramirez, Johnny 34, 108, 126. Ramirez, Mary 26. Ramirez, Richard 143, 160, 163, 165. Ratheal, Randy 44, 47-8, 51-3, 58, 78 81-2, 120-1, 125, 127, 132, 135, 137 8, 140-1, 160-2, 165, 188, 222-3. Ratheal, Rodney 34, 108, 143, 164-5. Ratliff, Paula 34, 113-5, 155, 157, 204. Reddy, Rick 3, 52, 78, 81, 108, 125. Reddy, Tracy 22, 26, 79, 83-4, 95, 155, 195. Reed, Lana 22, 26, 47-9, 52, 55, 66-7, 84.87, 92, 94, 102-3, 125, 127, 132, 151, 203, 222-3. Reese, Calvin 136-7, 139-40, 142. Reese, Denise 42, 188. Reese, John 26, 143. Reid, Donna 26, 41-3. 83-6, 88, 91, 123, 125, 166, 174. Rendon, Martha 5, 52, 56-7, 94-5, 98, 102,117,126-7, 129, 133, 135,148. 150-1, 153, 156-7, 160, 174, 223. Rendon, Sylvia 26, 112-4, 155, 158, 184. Reves, Rex 26, 109, 143, 165. Reyes, Arturo 26. Reyes, Don 34. Reyes, Ricky 26. Rinker, Rollie 16, 32, 42, 77, 79, 139, 143-5, 147, 159, 178. Riojas. Johnny 34, 190. Roberts, Robin 41, 44, 48, 50, 52, 55, 77, 79, 81, 83, 86-7, 94, 98, 104-7, 117,119,123,131-2,151,182. Robertson, Holly 3, 47, 52, 65, 80, 94 125-6,169,181. Robertson, Hope 31, 34, 151, 181. Robinson, Curtis 80, 100-1, 131. Robinson, Doris 34, 88, 144-5, 205. Robinson, Nancy 52, 116, 223. Rodriquez, Daniel 26. Rodriquez, Paul 27. Rodriquez, Rodney 27, 85, 87. 143, 149. 165. Runnels, Patricia 2. 42, 104, 114, 119 204. Salazar, Ben 27, 143, 165. Sanders, Regina 34, 108. Sanders, Renee 27, 83, 85. Santos, Randy 34, 191. ' Schwertner, Barbara 27, 113, 120, 122 190. Shannon, Sharon 23, 41-2, 84, 100, 174. , Shurbet, Shelby 34, 108-9, 158, 196. Simpson, Clay 41-2, 109, 138, 143, 159. Simpson, Doug 36, 40, 42, 80, 97, 112,117-8,125,159. Smith, Calvin 179. Smitherman, Monty 41-3, 78, 93, 95, v 109,124-6,131,138,141-2,159. Soliz, Carmen 42, 100, 128, 138, 141 160, 163. Spurlock, Eva 27, 113, 122. Spurlock, Penny 42, 91, 120. Stapleton, Breck 22, 27, 42, 80. 83-5, 143, 165, 194. Starkey, Bill 6, 41-2, 80, 91, 102-3, 109-11, 124, 128, 138, 165, 209. Stegall, Don 16-7, 36, 108. Stephens, Cliff 13, 16, 135, 143, 150- 1, 156. Steves, Gary 16, 141, 143-5, 167. Stewart, Teresa 43, 80, 85-6, 104, 208. Stovall, Beth 13, 31, 48, 52, 64, 79, 88,94,98,102-3,116,127,133, 150-4, 183, 222-3. Stovall, Susan 36, 42-3, 79, 81, 112, 124, 126. 131, 155-6, 188. Strange, Rickey 43, 76, 84, 87, 102-4, 174. Stringer, Melody 24, 27, 73-4, 78, 95, 112-3, 155, 173. Suarez, Matilde 49, 51-2, 112, 114-5, 122,131, 157. Sue, Sheldon 43, 77, 85, 91, 117, 121 136-7,141-2, 178, 203. Suggs, Clay 34, 168, 172. Synatzske, Janie 6, 16, 28, 80, 91. Teasdale, Dennis 17, 84, 86-7, 123, 132. Thompson, Glenda 43, 99, 121-2. Thompson, Jackie 41, 43, 109, 124, 175. Thrasher, Robby 27, 80-1, 84, 168, 207. Tinney, Danny 34, 108, 127, 168, 200 221. Toney, Ray 34. Tooley, Keith 52-3, 100-1, 121, 128, 168, 184. Torres, Joe 34. Torrez, Alex 20-1, 27, 80, 83-5, 203. Torrez, Ernest 34, 108, 126, 203. Trevino, Luisa 3, 51, 53, 82, 99. Trevino, Rudolfo 34. Trevino, Yolanda 43, 99. Turner, Angie 32, 34, 84-5, 89, 200. Turner, Brenda 2, 53, 62, 76, 82, 88, 90,98-9,102-3,120,122,125,129- 30, 133, 199. Turner, Karen 27, 55, 70, 113, 156-7, 177. Turner, Kelly .11, 43, 78, 60, 64-6, 96, 102-3, 121, 123, 125,177. ryer, C. E. 7, 10, 14, 82. rycf, Dale 15, 17-6, 20, 126-6, 169. ryer, Tracy 3, 62, 34, 14, 76-9, 62, 64-6916, 91, 113, 151, 166, 200. Varner, Virginia 27, 80, 113, 176, 210. Vick, Brenda 27, 113. Vick, Gary 35, 108, 200. Vick, Kathy 43. Vickers, Beverly 35, 96-7, 121-2, 155. Vickers, Todd 35, 81, 108, 137-8, 140 Vinson, Lori 3, 36, 41, 43, 80, 93, 10-1,107,117, 121,124-5. Wall, Ronnie 53, 56-7, 64-5, 69, 78, 80,100-1,122,128,130-137-41, 171, 187. Waller. J. E. 2,17-8,36,114,124. Waller, .lay 7.18.28-9,35,71,108, 110-1,121-2.130,143,165.175. 221. Ward, Kristi 35. Ward, Rhonda 35, 108, 181. Ware, Clinton 35, 108, 111, 205. Warren, Janie 3.53, 99, 131, 133, 207. Warren, Kelly 53, 125, 128. Warren, Kim 35, 108, 204. Watson, Mike 35. Welbotn, David 5, 27, 109, 121, 143, 149, 165. Welborn, Lisa 29, 35, 84, 168, 200. West, Jorma 21-3, 27, 73, 84, 87, 95, 123, 155, 177. West, Lisa 3, 43, 71, 75-6, 80, 92, 102, 112, 121-2, 124-5, 131-2, 150, 155, 166, 188. West, Ricky 35, 108, 207. West, Sherre 11, 76, 134. Westbrook, Larry 27, 109, 143, 165. Westbrook, Steve 48, 53, 79, 95, 100, 131, 137-9, 142, 161, 164-5, 188, 220. Whitaker. 210. Whitfield, Williams, Williams, Bobby 43, 80, 108-9, 124, Charles 27. Albert 35. Donnette 32, 35, 73, 78-9, 81, 83-5, 87, 123, 135, 150-1, 153-4 156-7, 200, 220. Williams, Norah 131. Williams, 165. Todd 23, 27, 109, 121, 143 Willis, Kenny 35, 108, 110, 143, 194. Willis, Kristi 26-7, 79-80, 84, 87. Willis, Patty 27, 89, 113, 120. Willson, Terry 18, 28, 32, 35, 74, 79, 83, 86, 97, 104-7, 117, 123, 182, 209. Wilson, L. 8. G. 11, 14, 42, 126-7, 136- Womack, Jay 3-4, 52-3, 58, 63, 71, 108,110-1,116,120-1,125-7,136- 41,160-2, 164-5, 174, 178, 221. Womack, Tracy 26-7, 109, 111, 143, 149, 165, 195. 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