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willing to spend many hours STRIVING FOR SUCCESS to make the
group the best it can be.
For example, the band practices during the hot summer getting ready
for its football game performances. The football players work out twice
a day in the summer heat for those hard times on the field. Club members
spend hours after school at meetings or activities.
Whether it is in sports or academics, the thought of doing and being the
best is in everyoneis minds in STRIVING FOR SUCCESS.
'tl feel the need for speed."
"Have you seen my earring?"
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James Busby pays close attention to a class
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FHA Toy Drive.
"Yes, we're working hard for a good cause."
Mrs. Gloria West inspects the food from the Student Council Food Drive
before sending it to those in need.
Aren't these the cutest stuffed animals you've seen?
Top Left: Holly Hansard and her shy Panther friend pose for
r the camera. Top Right: We deserve some candy for this says
Wendy Works, Heather Dittmar, and Jackie Cabrera. Bottom
Left: Kirk Sims, Greg Nix, Leah Haynes, and Keitha Blazer
show off their trick or treat costumes. Bottom Right: Tracie
Norris, don't let him take off the mask.
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Spanish Club Hosts Toga Dance
Greg Adams, Jackie Frazier, and Dustin Oliver show off their toga
costumes while Jimmy Gray watches.
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Gary Taylor and Laci Hendricks were crowned Emperor
Empress for having the best outfits.
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Sadie Hawkins Week
Tracie Norris and Shane Sabella smile as she gives him flowers.
Jennifer Hulshouser happily gives flowers to Mike Hilton.
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Left: David Blankenship shows off the garter belt that Mary Ann
Griffith gave him.
Health Classes Learn CPR
His first kiss! Daniel Boyd gives mouth-to-mouth to a baby
Is he breathing? Tina Poulter listen to see if the CPR worked.
Phil Kempson demonstrates CPR on an adult mannequin.
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who is going to save the little guy.
Blood Drive Was A Big Success
Top Left: Shane Vestal waits patiently as he gives blood. Top Right: "Oh!
My heart is beating at 100 mph. Bottom Left: Laci Hendricks finds out
that it only stings a little when the needle goes in. Bottom Right: Mark
Gumaer acts like giving blood is no big thing.
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Quinlan's first Powder Puff game between the Senior
Studettes and the Junior Sharks was an exciting event.
Although the game ended in a tie, 0-0, it was a fast-paced
game with each team taking the ball back and forth. The boy
cheerleaders were equally outstanding. For half time
entertainment each organization selected two of its members
to be involved in a greased-pig scramble. Overall the Powder
Puff game was a great success.
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Wyatt Whitaker finds out it is harder to tackle a pig than a person.
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"Aren't we sexy!" Jim Clair, Dave Jones. Tony Marmon, and Mark
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Scott Lehew: First Foreign Exchange Student
Scott Lehew works on his Geometry during class.
"It's interesting, it's different, and it's popular right now.',
That's what sophomore Scott Lehew said about Australia
when it was officially announced during a school board
meeting that he was going to be an exchange student to
Sydney, Australia for a year.
Lehew was given a wide selection of countries to choose
from, but chose Australia because "ever since I knew it was
there, I've wanted to go to Australia."
Lehew computes a Geometry problem on his calculator.
Scott Lehew concentrates while he draws in art class.
Lehew points to where his home will be for the next year.
Class of 1987
Greg Adams Michael Alden Karin Baldino
Kris Barnes David Blankenship Cassandra Blaxton
Gina Bostick Wanda Boyett Ray Brewster
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Track 2, 4,
FCA 1, 2, 4, Pres. 4, Class
Treas. 1, Student Council 3, 4,
Pres. 4, Spanish Club Treas. 3,
FFA 2, Quiz Team 2, Meat
Bluebelle Guard 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Flag Corps 1, 2,
3, Capt. 3, Drum Major 4,
All-District 2, 3, 4, All-Region
3, 4, UIL Solo and Ensemble 2,
3, 4, State Solo and Ensemble
3, 4, Honor Band 3, 4, Girl's
State 3, FHA 1, FTA 2, NHS 3,
4, Historian 4, GT Honors 3, 4,
Class Reporter 2, Class Vice
President 3, Newspaper Staff
1, 2, Outstanding Science
Bluebelle Guard 2, 3, 4.
Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, Powerlifting 3, 4, Track 3,
FCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4,
Ag Mech 3, Ag Coop 4.
FHA 2, 3, FFA 3, 4, Library
Basketball 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, FHA
1, 4, FFA 4, Parliamentary
Procedure Team 4.
Football 1, Bluebelle Guard 2,
HECE 4, FHA 4.
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Debora Harden Tonja Harrison
Class officers discuss designs for senior T-shirts. David Blankenship,
treasurer, Tabitha Watson, president, Charles Kirkman, reporter.
Not pictured Laci Hendricks, secretary.
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Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, Cross
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4, Drama 3, 4, Drill Team 3,
Who's Who 3, Annual Staff 3,
Spanish Club 2, Business
Mark Wayne Gumaer
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-District 1, 2,
3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 2, 3,
Library Club 3, 4, Library
Counselor 3, Pres. 4.
Track 1, Choir 2, 3, FHA 1, 2,
3, 4, HECE 4, FCA 1, Spanish
Club 2, Annual Staff 4, Asst.
Editor 4, Who's Who 4.
Band 1, 2, Flag Corps 2, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3,
4, Comtempo 1, 2, Basketball
Mgr. 2, FHA 1, 4.
GLAD 1, 2, Science Fair
Winner 1, English Award 1, 2,
3, Drama 3, 4, Who's Who 3,
NHS 3, 4, Highest GPA 1, 3.
Lisa Kelley Lisa Kessler
Becky Lea Dana Maxwell
NHS members, Cindy Williams, Lisa Kessler, and Heath Davis, talk
about inductions for new members.
Charles Kirkman Dave Klein
Lisa Marie Kessler
Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 3rd Lt.
4g Bluebelle Beauty 2, 3, FHA
1, Vice Pres. of Public
Relations, GLAD 25 Student
Council 3, 4, Parl. 4, FTA 2,
FCA 2, GT Honors 3, 4, NHS
3, 4, Vice Pres. 4g Annual Staff
4, Whols Who 3g NSEC
Academic All-American 3,
USAA National Award Win-
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Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Golf 33
FCA 1, Who's Who 3, FFA 4.
Annual Staff 45 FHA 4.
Dana Yvette Maxwell
Band 1, Flag Corps 1, Tennis 13
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir
2, 3, 45 Contempo 2, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 43 All-Region
2, 4, Mascot 39 Drama 4,
Library Club 4, Newspaper
Cheerleader 1, 2g Golf 13 FTA
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Better Than Ever
In striving for success, it was the goal of the annual stai
to make the '87 Panther annual bigger and better than ii
previous years. T
A major step toward this goal was to raise more moner
by selling advertising space. By doing this, we were abl
to afford more pages and more color pictures.
Another step in making the annual better was bl
changing the look and style in some sections of the annua
Another change was that the annual was published b
Henington Publishing Company instead of Delmar.
This years' staff wanted to make the annual original an-
interesting and We hope we have succeeded.
Editor - Terry Parrish and Donna Handley, ass't. editor, check
layouts in the darkroom.
Annual Staff, sitting, left to right, are Joli Brock, Chris Leeds, Terry Parrish, Donna Handley, and Mark Crockett. Standing, left to '
Danielle Zeck, Lisa Kessler, Cindy Williams, Bob Krayl, Advisor, Racquel Brown, Tammy Spaugh, and Becky Lea.
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Becky Lea looks through some pictures.
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Tammy Spaugh works on layout while Racquel Brown looks on
' 1986-87 Bluebelles
First row, left to right: Mionne Devereaux, 4th Lt., Lisa Kessler, 3rd Lt., Suzie Conaway, Captain, Audrey Price, 2nd Lt., Karen Selzer, lst Lt. Second row: Tammy Fowler,
Susan Adams, Sharon Sims, Robbie Burns, April Robinson, Michelle Schomerus, Kim Sanger. Third row: Kim White, manager, Shannon Parrish, Hollie Winters,
Elizabeth Noblitt, Becky Beauchamp, Lisa Duncan, Michelle White. Fourth row: Tammy Chezern, Julie Davis, Kristi Selzer, Dee Anna McClintock, Mary Sutton, Veronica
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Being the best 3A drill team was the goal of the Bluebelles this
year. They worked very hard in trying to achieve this goal.
The Bluebelles welcomed yet another director, Tammie
Giddens, who brought with her many modern ideas. Giddens
worked hard with the girls, too.
The girls began in August with a 5-day clinic, learning routines
for football season. They practiced after school in the fall and
performed at all the games.
The Bluebelles were involved in many community activities.
They sold programs at the Bass Tournament, performed at
Indian Summer, and at the Friendship Fair. They also
performed for the Kiwanis Club, and marched in the Quinlan
and Greenville Christmas parades.
As competition season approached, the girls had hopes for
traveling out of state. They, however, remained in state and went
to two competitions. The first was at the Tarrant County
Convention Center and was put on by Showtime. There they
received a first-division trophy for the officers and the whole
The duet teams of Suzie Conaway and Karen Selzer and Lisa
Kessler and Mionne Devereaux both received blue ribbons.
Devereaux also received a blue ribbon for her solo. The next
competition was at the Dallas Convention Center put on by
Superstar. There the officers received a first-division trophy for
their jazz routine.
In April, officer and line-member tryouts were held. Suzie
Conaway CCapt.J, Karen Selzer Clst Lt.J, Lisa Kessler C2nd Lt.J,
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and Mionne Devereaux C3rd Lt.J relinquished their positions to
Capt. Hollie Hansard and Lieutenants Lisa Duncan, Julie Davis,
and Lori Goodlett. The Bluebelles added 2 members to the
The Bluebelles ended the 1986-87 year with a banquet at the
Wagon Wheel MotelfClub, Awards were given, speeches made,
tears flowed, and good-byes made to the seniors.
Selzer received the Outstanding Bluebelles award and
Devereaux the Most Spirit award. Veronica Garcia won the
Outstanding Lineman award, and Suzie Conaway, the Directors
award. Conaway said her farewell through many tears.
Even though the Bluebelles were not the Best 3A drill team,
their year was still a very successful one.
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- Director's Awardg Mionne Devereaux - Most Spirited Awardg Veronica Garcia - Most
Valuable Line-Member Awardg Tammie Giddens, Directory and Karen Selzer -
Outstanding Bluebelle Award.
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Racquel Brown - Jr.
Tina Poulter - Jr.
Lori Watson - Sr.
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1986-87 Panther Band
Front Row: Karin Baldino, Shelley Tacker, Jessica Martin, Misti Johnson, Tracy Rosson, and Paula Kastner. Second Row: Casey Stribling, Stacie Briscoe, Connie Whitley,
Marie Anders, Cindy Adams, Michelle Rayney, Dee Dee Goldsberry, Patricia Phillips, Darlinda Monk, Michael Lambert, Janet Works, Belinda McDaniel, and Wendi
Michels. Third Row: Hunter Dunn, Brett Jones, Graylyn Zito, Shellie Allen, Brad Corder, Ryan Caldwell, Paul Gill, Allen Juvrud, Dave Jones, Tommy Williams, Jason
Turner, Chris Lewis, Chris Leeds, Stacy Bridwell, Chris Heard, and Terry Parrish. Fourth Row: Dennis Williams, Director, Mark Gumaer, Neal Wiggins, Mark Crockett,
John Shakespheare, Ernie McDaniel, Danny Yeager, and Vickie Jackson. Back Row: Kyle Ellington, Mike Rognson, Traci Shakespheare, Chris Megahan, Christopher
Left: SENIORS: Top Row: Terry Parrish, Neal Wiggins and Mark Gumaer. Bottom Row: Karin Baldino, Paula Kastner, and Tracy Rosson.
Right: DRUM MAJORS: Paula Kastner and Karin Baldino. Bottom: BAND COUNCIL: Top Row: Hunter Dunn, 8th Rep.g Paul Gill,
sh. Rep.g Chris Leeds, Soph. Rep.g Allen Juvrud, Jr., Rep.g and Mark Gumaer, Sr. Rep. Bottom Row: Terry Parrish, Pres.g Tracy Rosson,
., Paula Kastner, Drum Majorg Jessica Martin, Flag Capt.
Seniors - Drum ajors - Band Officers
All Region, Band Beau Sz Sweetheart, Flags
Top: REGION: Terry Parrish, Karin Baldino, Paula Kastner, Tracy Rosson, Allen Juvrud. Bottom Left: BAND BEAU 8z SWEETHEART
Michele Dyson and Neal Wiggins. FLAG CORPS: Top Row: Lieutenant, Wendy Worksg Deanna Cheney, and Janet Works. Bottom Row
Traci Shakespheare, Jessica Martin, Captaing and Misti Johnson.
Left: Deanna Cheney twirls flag during a half time
performance. Below: The F.H.S. Marching Band performs
America the Beautiful at the last game.
Karin Baldino models her new make up
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Terry Parrish, Paula Kastner, Tracy Rosson, Karin Baldino, and Jessica Martin.
Junior!Senior Honor Band
Below: Dave Jones warms up on his trumpet
before a game.
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Top Right: All-District: Top Row: Danny Yeager and Mark
Gumaer. Middle Row: Jessica Martin, Chris Leeds, Mark
Crockett, Dave Jones, and Allen Juvrud. Bottom Row: Terry
Parrish, Karin Baldino, Paula Kastner, Tracy Rosson, and Neal
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Solo and Ensemble
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA Winner
Parrish shows off his award.
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Row: Mark Crockett, Dave Jones, Allen Juvrud and Ryan Caldwell.
Bottom Row: Terry Parrish, Paula Kastner, Tracy Rosson, Karin
Baldino, Jessica Martin and Misti Johnson. Bottom Right: Karin
Baldino holds the American Flag during the "American The Beautiful"
Doug Skinner and Jane Ann Stevens were chosen
King and Queen during the 1986 Homecoming game
ceremonies on Oct. 3. The King was selected by the
cheerleaders and Bluebelles and the Queen was
selected by the Varsity football players.
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Students show off their spirit during crazy
week. Everyone was asked to dress up for each
day. Monday was Hat Dayg Tuesday - Tacky Dayg
Wednesday - Dress-up Dayg Thursday - 50's Dayg
and Friday - Red, White, and Blue Day.
Homecoming '86 was a night of
celebration. Beginning with the
parade of cars carrying each nominee
and her escort around the stadium
until the moment we had all been
waitingfor . . . the announcementof
the '86 Homecoming King and Queen.
The overall thrill of the evening was
when the Panthers defeated the
Malakoff Tigers, 7-3.
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row: Coach John Roskosky, John Brown, Dale Sikorski, Joey Callahan, John Thetford, Trey Smith, David Blankenship, Lonnie Willeford, Coach Tommy Riggs. Top
row: Coach Ron Gilley, Doug Whitley, Gary Taylor, Greg Adams, Jackie Frazier, Jimmy Gray, Mike Climer, Dustin Oliver, Coach Mark Randolph.
Injuries, Mistakes Hurt Panthers' Chances
sportswriters to be in the battle for the District
title this year But they actually finished in fifth
with 3 4 record after losses in their final two games
had an overall record of 4-6.
believe the main reasons for the Panthers' fall
The Ford High School Varsity Panthers were selected
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would. Learning to adjust to a new head
and usually the first season is a disappointing
The Panthers opened the season against Red Oak and
0 despite outgaining Red Oak in total yards, 264
It was 8 turnovers that kept the Panthers from
Starting quarterback, Gary Taylor, was injured in
game with a knee injury.
he second opponent Ford High faced was Ferris. FHS
out on top, 14-12. Again, turnovers plagued the
but they held on to win.
next game the Panthers played the Kennedale
and lost, 19-8. Backup quarterback, Joey
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Lions. Many people thought this
decide the District 12-AAA winner.
and went on to win the title.
good on one of its extra-point conversions,
he Panthers missed after both of their touchdowns.
varsity quarterback, Chris Kiser, started in place
of the injured quarterbacks and played a good game, but
it just wasn't enough.
Trying to keep pace in the district race, FHS beat
Malakoff, 7-3, in their Homecoming game. The Panthers
saw quarterback Callahan come back and he helped lead
the team to victory. The previous injury did not seem to
bother Callahan as he punted the ball three times for a
49-yard average. Tackle, John Colombrito, however, was
injured in the game with a knee injury.
Next on the schedule was the Forney Jackrabbits, in
which the 'Rabbits prevailed, 19-10. Overall, the Panthers
glayed a good game, but Forney just played a little bit
The Panthers evened their district record at 2-2 with a
25-14 win over Kemp. The Panthers out-rushed C332
yardsl and out-passed C1271 the 'Jackets for a total of 459
yards to Kemp's 182. Callahan led the team in rushing with
174 yards on 21 carries.
The Panthers then beat Canton, 25-11, to keep their
chances of a playoff spot alive. They outgained the Eagles
354-178 in total yards.
The Panthers lost any chance of any playoff spot when
they lost, 34-7, to Mabank in the next game. The Panthers
opened the scoring in the first quarter, but Mabank shut
out the Panthers the rest of the game, while scoring five
touchdowns of its own.
Wills Point was the last game of the year and the Tigers
won, 27-22. This game meant nothing for either team
except the winner would finish in third place. The
Panthers fell behind early, and a late rally fell short.
Total yards - season - 2,651
Average first downs per game - 13.9
Average points per game - 13
Average points given up - 15.8
Average total yards per game - 265.1
Average rushing yards per game - 168
Average passing yards per game - 97.1
Leading rusher: Joey Callahan - 626
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Leading passer: Gary Taylor - 50 out
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Leading receiver: Greg Adams - 32
Leading tackler: Jimmy Gray - 133
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Here comes the fighting Panthers! Doug Whitley paves the way for the leading rusher, Joey Callahan.
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Not pxctured Leshe Smith and Gary Taylor.
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With several returning lettermen, the '86-87 Lady Panthers had hig
expectations of another district title. But it was not to be.
There were some key losses from last year's team and adjustmen
had to be made as there was a new coach, Roger Jaffe, and ne
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Joey Callahan . . . come on down!
The 1986-'87 Panther basketball team proved themselves
winners by making a big improvement from the year
The team adjusted Well to its new coach, Bill Giles, and
stayed in the District 12-AAA race throughout most of the
After a slow start, the team improved and finished the
season with an overall 12-15 record.
J .V. Girls and Boys
Dee Wright, Wayne Casey, Doug Talmage, James Ogden, Stephen Scott, Kyle Ellington, Coach Paul Harris
Freshman Girls and Boys
ry Morrison, Aaron Slaughter, John Roberts, Tony Fitzgerald, Phil Kernpson, Donald Swindell, Allen Rawlins, Coach Tim Owen
Will It Be Next Year?
The Ford High School Baseball team has missed the
play-offs the past two years by only a narrow margin.
This year by only a half-game. The Panthers stayed in
first place until the last half of the season, but the team
fell to third place and ended the season with a 9-5 record
in District 12-AAA and 14-9 overall.
Senior Danny Bush was selected Honorable
Mention, all-district outfielder. Others who received
All-District Recognition were Paul Stausing as
Newcomer of the Year and second team outfielder and
Mark Stewart, second team pitcher and second team
second baseman. Honorable Mention selections were
Bubba Whitley, first baseg Mike Kiser, shortstopg and
The Panthers will only lose two seniors this year,
Danny Bush and Trey Smith. These two have helped
lay the foundation for the strong team next year with
10 returning letterman, six of whom will be seniors.
The team will be determined to capture the first
district baseball title for Ford High School.
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Joli Brock. Second row: Tamianne Aoyama, Paula Smith, Emily Nix,
Denise Thomas. Bottom row: Jenny Kastner, Holli Pace, Pat Birney.
Jenny Kastner stretching out over the hurdles.
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mantha Case, Tina Smith, Stacy McCain.
Left: Paula Smith striving toward the finish line after receiving
the final handoff in the 1600-mile relay.
Above: Tamianne Aoyama trying to get that extra inch to pass
a Wills Point runner.
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The 1987 Powerlifting team had a big order to fill this
year trying to match the achievements of the '86
They achieved one major goal this year and that was
increasing their total number of lifters. They finished the
year with 20 lifters as opposed to seven last year.
The team continued their string of someone qualifying
for the state meet. The lone qualifier this year was Mike
Hilton, 148-lb. class. Thisfwas the most successful year for
total number of regional qualifiers with six. They were
Glen Holt, Alex Torrez, Brian Green, Mike Hilton, Jerry
Stevens and Jimmy Gray. Other members were: Raymond
Starrett, Ronnie Lea, Chris Morris, Barry Jungahon,
Charles Selzer, R.J. Malbrough, John Colombrito, David
Blankenship, Kelly Aoyama, Lonnie Willeford and Terry
The award winning . . . power squad
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Walter Smith Memorial Scholarship.
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Back Row: Coach Roger Jaffe, Amos Story, Billy Darst.
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Striving For Recognition
This year the National Honor Society's goal was to be
They began this task by first ordering NHS pins
wear so everyone would know who the members were.
to raise money and the interest of the community and
students, they organized a Fall Festival full of games,
booths, and other activities. This project took weeks of
work and was a big success. Another way of gaining the
of the students and letting them know who the
were was wearing sweaters with the NHS emblem
them that were purchased by the school. The NHS also
an Easter egg hunt for the children at Little Folks
Care Center and painted the lines in the school parking
Members and non-members alike agree that these
helped the NHS be recognized. Chris Leeds,
member, said "seeing that they did things made
ant to be a member. Before no one knew what they
or who they were."
The NHS gets eggs ready for the Easter egg hunt.
President Heath Davis speaks to the school board about the Fall
Row, left to right: Sponsor Wyman Schneppg Lisa Haslbauerg Karin Baldino, Historiang Paula Kastner, Reporter: Heath Davis,
Kessler, Vice-Pres.g Cindy Williams, Sec.!Treas., Randy Nixon, School Chairperson, Stacy McCain, Community Chairperson.
Jessica Martin, Kara Hamrick, Beverly Williams, Kim Smith, Tim Osburn, Randy Strawn, Chad Smith, Susan Austin,
Third Row: April Robinson, Mark Lowry, Tracy Rossor, Allen Juvrud, Jeff Fleck, Brian Green, Amanda Bugg, Brendan
Leeds. Fourth Row: Tabitha Watson, Kristi Selzer, Dub Gibbs, Scott Lehew, James Browder, Jerry Stevens.
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parking lot. Above: "This is the one thing I've learned in school."
Right: Karin Baldino, Lisa Kessler, Lisa Haslbauer, and Kara
Harnrick pose for a quick picture while Paula Kastner pretends
to be Vanna White.
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Easter egg hunt. Above: Who ya gonna call? Dirt Buster! Tim
Osburn blows the dirt off the school parking lot.
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Striving For The Best
The Student Council kept themselves busy doing mai
activities this year. i
As usual, they did the things traditional for Stude
Council. These include the Homecoming activities, tl
Blood Drive, and the Who's Who and Academic Awar
This year for fund raising activities, they sold bump
stickers. They also had a ball-toss booth and cake raf
at the Fall Festival.
First Row, left to right: Gloria West, Sponsor, Stacy McCain, Secretary, Wyatt Whitaker, Treasurer, Greg Adams, President, Tabitha Wa
Vice President, Randy Nixon, Reporter, and Lisa Kessler, Parliamentarian. Second Row: Jane Ann Stevens, Deanna Moore, Alisa Phil
Chris Leeds, Beverly Williams, Tiffany Adams, Laci Hendricks, Tamianne Aoyama. Back Row: Dub Gibbs, Randy Strawn, Mike Hoyt,
Osburn, Brendan Jefferies, Heath Davis.
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as Wyatt Whitaker and Lisa Kessler prepare for announcing
Greg Adams asks Laci Hendricks, "What did we get ourselves into?"
Future Homemakers of America students, in additi
to learning such things as cooking and sewing, z
constantly striving to make the community better. FI
is striving for success by teaching members valual
things in order to make the community a better place
When an FHA member noticed the problem of lit
along Hwy. 34, she presented an idea to the club to pi
up trash along the road after school.
The FHA also sponsored a clothes and toy drive
collect items for needy children in the Quinlan area.
Another event held by FHA was a Winter Ball. T
formal dance took place in January.
Members of the Child Care class also taug
kindergarten classes at the Cannon Annex and went
a field trip to the Tyler Zoo.
President Gwen Adams makes notes during FHA meeting.
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Two Teams Go To State
Meat Judging Team: Dave Klein, Chad Smith, and Jeff Fleck.
Farm Business Management Team: Michael Swanner, Cory Morrison, Dee Wright, and Jim Clair.
eft: Bobby Taylor represents Ag-Coop by carrying the United States flag in the Christmas Parade. Top right: Stacey Patterson gets her
cow ready to be showed. Bottom: Ag-Coop members.
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Bobby Taylor prepares a horse to be shoed.
Club Members, Bottom row: Doug Whitley, Tracy Hawkins, brian Green. Top row: Leon Talent, Shane Sabella, Tim McAteer, and
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1986387 Library Club Members
Club Officers: Danny Megahan - Historian, Randy Snody - Vice Presidentffreasurer, Mark Gumaer, President, Becky Beauchamp,
and Diane Parks, Reporter.
Mark Gumaer replaces due-date cards in returned books.
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!Se Esforzando por Exito!
Striving for Success!
The '86-'87 year was a success for the
Spanish club. They managed to bring in
a few new members and had a great time
sponsoring several projects.
Their year started off with a Toga
dance and was followed by a booth at the
Fall Festival, at which they sold nachos
and had a pinata game.
Meanwhile they were thinking of
different ways to earn money and
decided to work the concession stand at
the basketball games.
The beach party was another result of
the Spanish club's hard work.
Club member Brendan Jefferies
enjoyed being in the organization and
said, "It was a pretty fun year."
Sponsor Joyce Sweet has a good laugh during
a club meeting.
Toga party, Texas style
Ordinary day in the Spanish Club
Back row, left to right: Brendan Jefferies, James
Browder, Mark Lowry, Scott Lehew, Brad
Haught, Thomas Whitaker. Second row:
Yvonne Hurley, Emmie Richards, Kristi Selzer,
Danielle Hummel, Tammy Adams, Martina
Gibbs. Seated: Amanda Bugg, Beverly Williams,
Racquel Brown, Susie Reyna, Randy Nixon,
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'KWho is this creep?" Beverly Williams asks herself.
The Exit Stage Left Drama Club had
a very successful second year.
It started with two competitions, at
Mabank and Mineola. At Mabank, the
trophy and returned from Mineola with
ratings from outstanding to superior in
The size of the department grew which
gave Melody Jackson, club sponsor, a big
choice for the winter performance of 5 l
Brighton Beach Memoirs. She ended up TN
selecting Chris Leeds for the main r
character of Eugene, Dollie Kitchens as
stage manager, and Lisa Haslbauer as
her assistant director. 2
After Brighton Beach Memoirs had
successfully passed, the Exit Stage Left
members chose the Miss Firecracker
Contest as their contest play. With Dana
Maxwell as the main character of
Carnelle and Wendy Works as stage
manager, the club advanced through
district to area competition.
Heath Davis was chosen as best actor
in district and Dana Maxwell and Lisa
Haslbauer were in the district all-star
cast. When the play advanced to area,
Haslbauer placed in the area all-star
The year ended with a great honor for
Davis as he was presented the gold mask
award. It represented the hard effort,
determination, and skill of an actor.
club took a surprising second-place V W
EXIT STAGE LEFT MEMBERS
Front row, left to right: Lisa Haslbauer, Wendy Works, Dollie Kitchens, Heath Davis, Denise Lambert. Second row: Dana Maxw
Laci Hendricks, Tiffany Adams, Brigette Brown, Chris Leeds, Christy Williams, Dawn Martin, Kim Tucker, Michelle Cordia, Jenn
Williams. Back row: Tammy Spaugh, Samantha Gulla, Brad Price, Mark Lowry, Brendan Jefferies, Scott Lehew, Dee Anna McClint
Top left: Mitzie Butler displays her winning entry at
the Mabank competition.
Top right: Eugene Morris Jerome, played by Chris
Leeds, takes a breather during BRIGHTON BEACH
Bottom left: Wendy Works shows her stuff in an
award-winning dramatic interpretation.
Bottom right: Wake up, Dana!!
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Top right: L'And you call that acting?" exclaims
Bottom left: Mitzie Butler and Lisa Haslbauer work
stage in the performance of BRIGHTON
Bottom right: Popeye iLisa Haslbauerj and Delmouni
fHeath Davis! advance in the district-wide competition in th
one-act play, THE MISS FIRECRACKER CONTEST.
Sitting, left to right: Melissa Collins, Lora Fleck, Gwen Adams, Brendan Jefferies and Tim Osburn. Standing, left to right: Angie Mason,
Works, Glen Holt, Dave Jones, Bob Krayl, Heath Davis, Brad Price, Melinda Hopson, 8x Yvonne Hurley.
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Glen Holt explains the dark room procedure
The Panther Prints' staff not only increased in
Ze, but the newspaper also increased in the
Cmber of publications from eight to ten
For the second straight year, staff members
fceived awards in competition against other
Brendan Jefferies took second place in
wswriting in the Dallas Times Herald high
hool journalism contest and Melissa Collins
ceived a third-place award for an editorial
toon, which was submitted at the
terscholastic League Press Conference at
stin. Students from about 40 high schools
mpeted in each contest.
The newspaper also received an Award of
hievement rating at Austin, which is next to the
ghest award a newspaper can receive at
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Due to the hard work of the National Honor Society the
Fall Festival's return was a great success.
Top: Denise Lambert paints faces in the Drama Club booth. Bottom.
Stacy McCain and Lisa Kessler wait patiently for a child to throw
the ball at the Student Council booth.
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Tuttle laughs while Wyatt Whitaker receives a sponge.
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Top: The band boosters try their luck at
cooking. Bottom: Robert Benton eats pie the
hard way in the Rodeo Club booth.
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stuff. Leon Talent, Robert Benton,
Shane Sabella, Tracy Hawkins, and
Brian Green show their new hairdos in
the Rodeo Club booth. Top left: The Exit
Stage Left Players wait for customers in
their face-painting booth. Top right:
Senior Wendy Works tells a young girl
her future. Above: The Student Council
raffled a cake to help earn money.
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Kelly Aoyama Renee Armer Brian Arnold Susan Austin
Christi Bell Leann Birney Keitha Blazer Rebecca
Raquel Brown DeeDee Bushon Mitzie Butler Jacqueline
Jerry Carnes Wayne Casey Larry Chreene Norman
Mark Crockett Jimmy Cummings Chris Davidson Heather Dittmar
Jennifer Jerri Jackson John Jackson
Tammy Fry Shane Gilbert Lynda Goudeau
Ada Henderson prepares a "secret', recipe during Homemaking
Greg Jenkins Tara Johnson
Michael Kiser Robert Kosanke
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Allen Juvrud Angela Kirby
Jeff Leonard Mark Lowry
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Tim Osburn Jane Parker
Emmie Richards Scott Schutz
Kim Smith Tina Smith
Joe Snow Tammy Spaugh
Sabrina Stout Randy Strawn
Jeff Phipps Tina Poulter Audrey Price
Traci Shakespeare Karen Shirley Dale Sikorski
Randy Nixon spends his time during lunch taking votes for the
Sadie Hawkins Dance Sweethearts.
Milisia Sullivan David Talmage Melissa Tatsch Gary Taylor Tim Tonkinson
Troy 'l itle Mary Wassum Jason
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Wyatt Whitaker Edward White Doug Whitley
Beverly Williams Hollie Winters Tracy Wright
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Above: Melissa Tatsch works steadily during a typing exercise.
Stacy McCain drives down the court for a score.
"Never Say Goodbye" was
the theme for the 1986-'87
JuniorfSenior Prom. Opening
and ending the Prom with this
song was the most appropriate
thing the disc jockey, Kidd
Kraddick from the "Eagle"
could do, because the theme
reflected the feelings of the
Prom-goers, especially the
The evening began with the
reading of the wills and
prophecies while everyone
enjoyed their meal.
The rest of the evening was
spent dancing away to the
music from his awesome
sound system. Later on in the
evening, Kraddick hosted a
singing contest in which Dana
Maxwell and Keith White
displayed their musical
The evening ended with the
theme song. The Seniors
formed their circle and sang
the words. Each Senior
hugged, laughed, and cried
with their closest friends, and
you could tell they wanted to
"Never Say Goodbye."
Top left: Jody Darst and Tabitha
Watson slow dance to the theme song.
Top right: Who me? I didn't do
anything. Right: Movie stars at our
Seniors Want To
'4Never Say Goodbye"
Left: Paula Kastner tries to maintain an air of sophistication
while dancing with her date. Below: Is it Brad Price or Tom
goersjam to the muslc 0fK1dd Kraddick Rlght Jackie Frazier puts in an all-out
Clockwise from top left: Kidd Kraddick watches the Juniors
and Seniors dance to one of his selections. Boy, are we having
fun! Is that a new dance, John? Karin Baldino and Terry
Parrish enjoy a quiet moment together.
Left: Here comes . . . Janet Jackson? No! It can't be. Below:
Look, Amanda. Don't we know him from somewhere?
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Is it really Mrs. Linda Manley dancing? I don't believe it!! Right: Missy, who are you
W.H. Ford, left, waits with school will
members Karl Keck and Bill Haslbauerl
present the W.H. Ford Scholarship.
The Senior Class of 1987 anxiously wait to receive their diploma,
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Stephanie Adair Tammy Adams Lora Allison
Jennifer Austin Daniel Baldwin Kirk Barnes
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Eric Blaxton Deanna Brannum Gary Braziel
Jay Buck Roberta Burns Clay Butler
Kenneth Butler Jeffrey Cady Kenneth Cain
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Lucy Calderon Angela Callahan Ronald Carver
Tammy Chezem Sherry Chote Roy Chreene
Tonya Combs James Cook Brent Crawford
Sandra Crowsey Kandi Cruise Deann
Chris Curtiss Kathy Dale Richard Daniel
Matt Davis Misty Davis
Brandie Deeds Bradley Devereaux Michael Dial
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Darin Divinia Lisa Duncan Hong Duong Tammy Erwin Misty Ethridge Lora Fleck Q
Charles Fleenor John Floyd Michelle Francis Terry Garner Lisa Gay Kathy Gentry
Dub Gibbs Martina Gibbs Adelia Graboski Brian Green Tamara Gross Holly Hansard
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Jefferies Nadine Jones Jerry Joslin
Barry Jungjohan Robert Jurek Chad Kerker
Damon Kessler Grady Killen Chris Kiser
Dollie Kitchens Tina Lankford Samantha Lathers
Scott Lehew Chris Lewis
Angie Mason Barbara McCarty
Matt McGee Cindy Milner Lester Moore
Scott Lehew learns his last bit of Spanish before leaving for Australia
as FHS first exchange student.
Ricky Mullican Terry Mullins Greg Nix Pamela Nix Elizabeth Noblitt Carl O'Neal
John Ober Barbara Owen Diane Parks Kellie Parrish Shannon Parrish Calvin Piearce
Sheri Pliska Dana Plunkett Robin Popp
Tony Powell Melissa Pringle Christopher Prock X
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Shannon Proffitt Richard Lori Rich
Stephen Scott Charles Selzer Kristi Selzer
Angela Smith Billy Smith Rodney Smith
Jerry Stevens Robby Stevens Gary Sutton
Talent Shelly Taylor Steve Taylor
Chad Ritter April Robinson W.D. Rowland Eva Runyan Shane Sabella
Donna Sharp Daphne Shields Tawnya Shindler
Shane Sabella keeps in shape for next football season by lifting
Sonya Thomas Craig Thompson Alex Torres
Traci Vance Michelle Velazquez Patricia Vestal
Chris Townsend Bo Tubbs Toby Van Vranke
Michael Waldroop Patsy Wallace Stephanie Watso'
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Dee Wright Biana Yeager Bobby Yowell
Alex Torres completes his homework in art class.
Tiffany Adams Shannon Arnold Michelle Autrey James Baker
Diana Belcher Jeff Bell Dawn Bennett Pat Birney
Shelly Bowers Daniel Boyd Sheila Boyd
Milton Broyles Kimberly Bryant Mark Bunch Michael Burns
I Adam Cochran
Joyce Bush James Cabrera Courtney Calk James Calk Brian Campbell
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Lynn Conn Richard Connell
John Covington Shelly Covington any Eli? X
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Jean Cullum Jon Cunningham
Amy Davis Jeff Davis Jon Davis Julie Davis Melissa De La
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Carl Duncan Kyle Ellington Butch England Travis England Connie Fayard
Vicki Fiore Susan Fitzgerald Thomas Fitzgerald Tony Fitzgerald James Foley
Tammy Fowler Tammy Frazier Jimmy Garcia Rebecca Gentry Jason Gibson
Paul Gill Paul Givens Lori Goodlett Kim Graham Kevin Grissom
Genane Duff l
Tait Hale Jeannie Hamer Christy Hamilton
Tracy Hawkins Stephanie Hilton Christine Hobbs
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Dennis Jackson Janice Jackson
Misti Johnson Brent Jones Dawn Kaler
Trudy Hamptonx Doug Harper Laura Haught
Darin Hokerk J immey Honeycutt Danielle Hummel
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Jennifer Kastner Mike Kavanaugh
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Sonja Kirk Ryan Kissell
Jennifer Long Tricia Marcellus
Julie Mayne Tim McAteer
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Cindy Miller Hope Miller
John Kempson Stacey Key Faron Kilgore
Brandi Lamb Ronald Lea Lance Lewellen
Dawn Martin Corey Mattson Justin
Belinda McDaniel Ernest McDaniel Kris Megahan
Samanta Moody Chris Morris Gary Morris
Misty Morris Cory Morrison Matthew Mullins
Tammy Murphey Scott Murphy Leslie Neal
Shawn Neal Roger Nelson James Nichols
Emily Nix Tracie Norris Julie Nunnencamp
Janie Odle James Ogden John Oliver
Leah Parks Jon Parton Stacey Patterson
Robert Pitt Zane Poe Tera Pollard
Tracie Norris, class secretary, reads over her English book in Mrs
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Samantha Popp Trisha Prather Lynelle Prestien Allen Rawlins
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J Vernon Rogers Carolyn Rowland Doris Sanchez Wally Schultz
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John St. Clair
Chris Steed Tammy Steele Derwin Stone
Michelle Sturgill Mary Sutton Michelle Swaim Michael Swanner
Teri Van Vranken
Robert Pitt experiments with chemicals in Science class
Lori Vance Shanna Vestal Kim Vondrasek Dawn Walker
Brian Westphal Roger Whisenant Michelle White Tiffany Whitt
Tony Williams Tommy Wilson Janet Works Carol Yarborough
Michelle Schomerus works out in getting ready for
Stacey Patterson, class vice-president, gets her steer ready
for FFA competition.
Left: Charlie Thompson, Super-
intendent. Right: Joe Martin, Assistant
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Keck, Sylvia Leeds, and Gil Taylor. Standing: James Anderton, Bill Haslbauer, and Don Curriculum Director
Left: Principal Paul Shipley opens Christmas gift from faculty and,
helow, he takes care of his administrative duties.
Will Steger Brodie Campbell
Assistant Principal Assistant Pfilwipal
Carol Adams Joy Arnold Fern Bechtol Marie Craig
Aide English, EAG Secretary Homemaking, FHA
Jenice Curb Corrine Daniel Levona Dollins Jeff Doster
Secretary English English Algebra, Geom.
Pat Feldkamp Tammie Giddens Debbie Harris Judy Idom
Aide Drill Team, PE English FOM, Con. Math
Bobby Taylor fills out his lesson plan book.
arie Craig helps a student with her sewing
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Joyce Sweet Barbara Taylor Bobby Taylor Sally Totherow
Spanish, Spanish Club Secretary Agriculture, FFA, Ag-Coop Homemaking, FHA
Henry Ware Chrysteen Watts Gloria West Pat Wood
Math Business, Student Council Math, Student Council Bookkeeper
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prepare for the afternoon lunch rush. Above right: Verda
Arnold, Linda Griffin, and Helen Watson serve lunch to
students. Below left: Verda Arnold talks to student, Heather
Dittmar, while Linda Griffin makes preparations for the next
meal. Below right: "Who me? I didn't burn it," says Verda
Left: Paul Mcllveene hangs up curtains. Below: Sandy Killen and Mary
Johnson beings to clean up a classroom. Bottom left: Louis Cobb mows
the grass in front of the school. Bottom right: Orval Cook fixes lock on
A door in the library.
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Charles Kirkman gives Wyatt Whitaker his Best All-Around award. Wanda Pierce dances after awards ceremony.
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Chad Smith, Amanda Bugg, Paula Kastner, Tracy Rosson.
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Left to right: Dana Maxwell, Melissa Tatsch, Cindy Milner, Brigeti
Karin practices the flute for band competition.
Karin Baldino works on school computer.
Participating in the 1986 session at Texa
Bluebonnet Girls' State is a memory I will alway
cherish. It is an honor and a privilege for which I ar
grateful to the American Legion Auxiliary fc
sponsoring me. The friends I made and the knowledg
I gained are very important to me.
The 10-day program gives girls from across the stat
the opportunity to come together in a "Mythical 51s
state" to learn more about the function of governmen
and our responsibilities as citizens. It is a uniqu
experience in which you "learn-by-doing". City
county, district and state governments are establishec
elections held, and once elected the representative
strive to uphold the duties of their office.
While there I was elected Municipal Judge ani
served as a member of the House of Repre
The days were always full. We did everything fror
attending lectures to spending one day at the Stat
Capitol where we met with many state legislators.
I still find it hard to believe that over 580 girls cai
come together, seeming to have nothing in commor
but forming such a special bond.
I met so many new friends and learned so mucl
about government in such a short period of time, it i
hard to believe it was possible. It will always be a par
of my fondest memories.
Charles gl Judith Lambert
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P.O. Box 2224 Highway 34
Quinlan, Texas 75474
Perry 8: Julie Jackson, Owners
Greenville, Texas 75401
Quality Quarter Horses
Breeding and Showing
Gene and Grace Jackson
Bubba Jackson, Mgr.
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Congratulations on your graduation from high
school. Best wishes for successful completion of a
college degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Love, Mom, Dad, and Darin
We love you. Good Luck in the years to come!!!
Love Always, Dad, Mom,
Mark, Tandi, and Lora
Our little girl has finally made it. We are so proud
of you, and wish you all the luck in reaching your future
goals. We love you very much and may God richly bless
you in all you do.
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Roland and Donna Tatsch wish the Ford High Panthers lots of luck in '87 and in the years to
Acevedo, Matthew 146
Adams, Greg 4, 12, 15, 18, 21, 66, 69, 72,
76, 77, 83, 90, 91, 98, 119, 165
, Gwen 10, 100, 101,102, 120, 121
, Susan 146
, Tammy 114, 138
, Tiffany 44, 45, 47, 9
Alden, Michael 21
Allen, Mark 126
Allison, Lora 138
Aoyama, Kelly 70, 89, 126
Aoyama, Tamianne 44, 45, 60, 84, 85, 98,
Armer, Renee 126
Shannon 79, 87, 146
Jennifer 78, 138
Susan 95, 104, 126
8, 116, 146
Boyd, Daniel 14, 146
Boyd, Sheila 146
Boyette, Wanda 21
Brandenburg, Shawn 126, 137
Brannum, Deanna 138
Braziel, Gary 70, 138
Brewer, Isaac 146
Brewster, Ray 21, 104
Brewster, Roger 22
Brock, Joli 34, 72, 73, 74, 75, 84, 87, 119
Broyles, Milton 146
Browder, James 95, 114, 115, 138
Brown, Bridgette 44, 45, 46, 47, 60, 116
Brown, John 22, 62, 66, 69, 172, 174,
Brown, Racquel 34, 35, 42, 43, 45, 46,47
62, 115, 119, 126, 173
Bryant, Kimberly 146
Buck, Jay 138
Bugg, Amanda 22, 95, 114, 115
Bunch, Mark 146
Burns, Michael 146
Burns, Roberta 4, 138
Bush, Joyce 147
Bushon, Dee Dee 103, 126
Butler, Kenneth 138
Butler, Mitzie 117, 118, 126
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'Bell, Leann 126
Baker, James 146
Baker, Jennifer 146
Baldino, Karin 21, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
Baldwin, Daniel 87, 138
Barbosa, Jose 83
Barnes, Kirk 80, 138
Bavelaar, Russell 104, 126
lBeauchamp, Becky 62, 112, 113, 138
Beierschmitt, Luanne 146
Beierschmitt, Susie 138
'Belcher, Diana 146
Bell, Jeff 146
Bennett, Dawn 146
Benton, Robert 146
Berley, Johnny 71, 146
Berry, Johnny 138
Birney, Leann 126
Birney, Pat 79, 84, 85, 146
Blankenship, David 13, 21, 66, 88, 89,
Blanton, Chris 146
Blaxton, Cassandra 21
Blaxton, Eric 138
Blazer, Keitha 11, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 63,
Blount, Cyrus 146
Bostick, Gina 5, 21, 42, 45, 46, 47, 62
Bowers, Rebecca 103, 126
Bowers, Shelly 146
Bush, Danny 80, 81, 82
Bush, Joey 147
ENGLISH DEPT. AWARDS Top row: Lisa Haslbauer, Eddie Parrish. Middle: Jennifer
Hulshouser, Mara Raper, Tony Williams. Bottom: Michelle Schomerus, Joanne Hunt,
Casey, Wayne 78, 126
Castillo, Carlos 147
Cheney, Deanna 22, 52, 54, 55, 119
Chezem. Tammy 139
Chote, Sherry 139
Chreene, Larry 126
Chreene, Norman 126
Chreene, Roy 139
Chreene, Treva 147
Churchman, Michelle 112, 113
Clair, Jim 5, 17, 72, 76, 77, 127
Clayton, Richard 71, 83, 147
Cochran, Adam 147
Colbert, Gloria 126
Collins, Melissa 22, 104, 120
Collum, Troy 127
Colombrito, John 16, 22, 66, 89
Combs, Randy 103
Combs, Tonya 139
Conaway, Susie 23, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41,
Conklin, Connie 23
Conn, Lynn 147
Connell, Richard 147
Cook, James 139
Cook, Lynda 28
Cordia, Michelle 116, 147
Covington, John 147
Covington, Shelly 147
Crawford, Brent 139
Crockett, Mark 16, 17, 34, 35, 52, 55, 56,
Crowsey, Sandra 139
Cruise, Kandi 139
Crump, Shanna 147
Cullum, Jean 147
Cummings, Jimmy 139
Cunningham, Deann 139
Cunningham, Jon 147
Dale, Kathy 10, 139
Dale, Tammie 23
Daniel, Richard 139
Darst, Billy 87, 139
Darst, Jody 137
Davidson, Chris 127
Davis, Amy 148
Davis, Heath 23, 95, 96, 98, 118, 120, 121,
Davis, Jeff 148
Davis, Jon 148
Davis, Julie 148
Davis, Matthew 139
Davis, Michael 71
Deeds, Brandie 60, 74, 75, 78, 119, 139
Delabarrera, Melissa 148
Delabarrera, Sula 5, 23, 46, 47
Devereaux, Bradley 139
Devereaux, Mionne 23, 36, 37, 38, 39,
Dial, Michael 139
Dittmar, Heather 11, 118, 127
Divinia, Darin 140
Divinia, Dustin 23
Donaldson, Joseph 23
Duff, Genane 148
Duncan, Carl 148
Duncan, Lisa 140
Duong, Hong 140
Dyess, Cheri 23, 104
Dyson, Michele 23, 54
Elliott, Teresa 72, 75, 85, 127
Ellington, Kyle 52, 78, 148
England, Butch 148
England, Travis 148
English, Mike 62, 90, 94, 126
Erwin, Tammy 101, 140
Fayard, Connie 148
Feliciano, Shanna 148
Fields, Michael 112, 127
Firth, Laura 24
Fitzgerald, Susan 148
Fitzgerald, Thomas 148
Fitzgerald, Tony 71, 79, 80, 148
Fiore, Vicki 148
Fleck, Jeff 24, 95
Fleck, Lora 120, 121, 140, 169
Fleenor, Charles 140
Floyd, James 24
Floyd, John 140
Foley, James 148
Fowler, Tammy 148
Francis, Michelle 140
Frazier, Jackie 4, 12, 16, 18, 24, 66, 72, 73,
76, 77, 173
Frazier, Tammy 78, 79, 84, 148,
Fry, Tammy 127
Garcia, Jimmy 148
Garcia, Veronica 24, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41,,
Garner, Terry 70, 80, 140
Gay, Lisa 140
Gentry, Rebecca 148
Gibbs, Martina 78, 115, 140
Gibbs, William 70, 79, 95, 98, 14
Gibbons, Shane 112
Gibson, Jason 148
Giffin, Elbert 148
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Kosanke, Pat Birney, Cindy Williams.
Gilbert, Shane 127
Gill, Paul 52, 53, 148
Givens, Paul 148
Givens, Sara 24, 104, 112
Goodlett, Lori 148
Goudeau, Lynda 104, 127
Graboski, Adelia 140
Graham, Kim 148
Grant, Misti 24
Gray, James 2, 12, 17, 24, 66, 69, 83, 88,
89, 90, 91, 119, 175
Gray, Kim 101, 112
Green, Brian 70, 89, 95, 140
Griffith, Mary Ann 13, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47,
Grissom, Kevin 71, 148
Gross, Tamara 140
1Gumaer, Mark 15, 25, 52, 53, 55, 56, 112,
lHa1e, Gene 148
,Hale, Tait 71, 149
Hall, Thomas 71
Hamilton, Christy 149
,Hampton, Trudy 149
!Hamrick, Kara 95, 96, 127
iHandley, Donna 24, 34, 105
lHansard, Holly 11, 140
il-Iarden, Debora 25
,Harper, Doug 149
'Ha1'rison, Tonya 105
1Harshburger, Ronald 127
Haslbauer, Lisa 25, 95, 96, 116, 118, 166,
1Haught, Brad 93, 115, 140
Havens, Shannon 44, 45, 119
Hawkins, Tracy 149
Haynes, Leah 11, 72, 78, 119, 140
Hazen, Kimberely 140
, Henderson, Ada 127, 129
Hendricks, Laci 12, 15, 26, 43, 45, 46, 47,
59, 98, 116, 119
Henson, Lee 140
Hilton, Michael 13526, 66, 69, 88, 89, 90,
Hilton, Stephanie 149
Hobbs, Christine 149
Hokerk, Darin 149
Holiday, Dan 26, 105
Hollaway, Jeffrey 140
Holt, Glen 70, 88, 89, 120, 140
Honeycutt, Jimmy 71, 149
Hopson, Melinda 120, 140
Howell, Shelly 26, 103
Hoyt, Mike 5, 16, 26, 59, 72, 76, 77, 98,
Hudgeons, Joe 127
Hughes, Royce 140
Hulshouser, Jennifer 13, 119, 127
Hunt, Joanne 149
Hunt, Patricia 149
Hunter, Randy 149
Hurley, Yvonne 115, 120, 121, 140
Ivey, David 149, 173
Jackson, Dennis 71, 101, 149
Jackson, Janice 149
Jackson, Jerri 112, 127
Jackson, John 127
Jackson, Rebecca 26
Jackson, Stephanie 26
Jackson, Stephen 83, 140
Jarrell, Cheryl 112
Jefferies, Brendan 95, 98, 115, 118, 120,
Jenkins, Greg 103, 128
Jeschke, Stephanie 30
Johnson, Jana 26
Johnson, Misti 52, 54, 57
Johnson, Tara 128
Jones, Brent 71, 149
Highest Scholastic Award: Left - Stacey
Stevens, Tammy Spaugh.
Jones, David 5,17, 52, 55, 56, 57, 120,121,
Jones, James 108, 127
Jones, Nadine 127
Jones, Rachel 112
Joslin, Danny 69, 70, 102, 141
Jungjohan, Barry 89, 141
Jurek, Robert 141
Juvrud, Allen 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 61, 95,
Kaler, Dawn 149
Kastner, Jennifer 14, 79, 84, 150
Kastner, Paula 26, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
Kavanaugh, Mike 71, 101, 150
Kelley, Lisa 27, 103
Kempson, John 14, 71, 79, 150
Kessler, Damon 101, 102, 141
Kessler, Lisa 27, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40,
41, 61, 95, 96, 98
Key, Stacey 150
Kilgore, Faron 70, 150
Killen, Grady 141
Kirby, Angela 103, 128
Kirk, Sonja 150
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Kirkman, Charles 18, 27, 72, 73, 76, 77,
Kiser, Burt 70, 72, so, 81, 82, 91, 115,
Kiser, Michael 66, 80, 81, 82, 91, 128
Kitchens, Dollie 116, 118, 141
Klein, David 27, 87
Kosanke, Robert 112, 128
Kuehne, Chris 71, 150
Lamb, Brandi 44, 47, 49, 150
Lambert, Denise 118, 128
Lankford, Tina 101, 141
Lathers, Samantha 141
Lea, Becky 27, 34, 35
Lea, Ronald 70, 88, 89, 150
Leeds, Chris 5, 34, 35, 52, 53, 56, 95, 98,
Lehew, Scott 19, 95, 114, 115, 141
Leonard, Jeff 128
Lewellen, Lance 71, 91, 150, 172
Lewis, Chris 52, 141
Long, Jennifer 150
Lowry, Mark 95, 115, 116, 128
Lurnpkins, Mark 128
Malbrough, Renol 70, 89, 119, 141
Marmon, Tony 12, 16, 17, 70, 9 , 91,
Martin, Chris 83, 119, 150
Martin, Dawn 72, 78, 79, 150
Martin, Jessica 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 95,
Mason, Angie 120, 121, 141
Mattson, Corey 71, 150
Mayberry, Michelle 35, 119, 128
Mayhew, Justin 150
Mayne, Julie 150
Maxwell, Dana 5, 27, 62, 116, 117, 118,
McAteer, Tim 150
McCain, Lisa 27, 102
McCain, Stacey 72, 73, 74, 75, 85, 87, 95,
98, 128, 165
McCarty, Barbara 72, 75, 141
McClintock, DeeAnna 5, 150
McDaniel, Belinda 150
McDaniel, Earnest 52, 150
McGee, Matt 70, 141
McNeil, Leslie 27, 105
McNellis, Trendon 28, 59, 165, 172
Megahan, Daniel 112, 113, 128
Merten, Steve 128
Miller, Cathy 28, 105
Miller, Sheri 128
Milner, Cynthia 141, 172, 176
Mitcham, Ben 150
Moody, Samantha 5, 44, 45, 46, 47, 150
Moore, Deanna 28, 98, 103
Moore, Lester 141
Morris, Chris 89, 150
Morris, Gary 150
Morris, Misty 44, 45, 46, 47, 151
Morrison, Cory 71, 79, 151
Mullican, Ricky 142
Mullins, Marti 128
Mullins, Matthew 151
Mullins, Terry 142
Murphy, Scott 151
Murphey, Tammy 151
Neal, Tracy 28
Nelson, Donnie 28, 103
Nelson, Roger 151
Nichols, Danielle 34, 61, 102, 128
Nichols, James 151
Nix, Emily 48, 79, 84, 151
Nix, Greg 11, 70, 142
Nix, Pamela 112, 113, 142
Nixon, Randy 16, 95, 98, 115, 127, 129,
Noblitt, Elizabeth 112, 142
Norris,Tracie 11, 13, 44, 45, 47, 48, 50, 62,
Ober, John 142
Ober, Richard 24, 90, 91, 96, 97
Odle, Janie 13, 151
Ogden, James 78
oliver, Dustin 4, 12, 28, 66, 69, 91, 119
Oliver, John 48, 151
Oliver, Robin 5
O'Neal, Carl 142
Osburn, Tim 95, 97, 98, 120, 121, 129
Owen, Barbara 142
Pace, Holly 78, 84
Parker, Jane 17, 129
Parks, Diane 112, 113, 142
Parks, Leah 48, 112, 151
Parrish, Eddie 28
Parrish, Kellie 142
Parrish, Shannon 5, 142
Parrish, Terry 5, 28, 34, 52-57
Parton, Jon 151
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Shakespeare, John 52, 152
Phillips, Alisa 98, 105
Phipps, Jeff 129
Pierce, Calvin 142
Piearce, Wanda 28, 165
Pitt, Robert 83, 112, 151
Plunkett, Dana 142
Poe, Zane 71, 151
Pollard, Tera 151
Popp, Robin 142
Poulter, Glenda 29, 105
Poulter, Tina 5, 14, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 60,
119, 129, 130
Powell, Tony 72, 76, 142
Prather, Trisha 152
Prestien, Lynelle 152
Price, Brad 29, 120, 121
Pringle, Melissa 142
Prock, Christopher 142
Proffitt, Shannon 80, 142
Raper, Mara 103, 129
Rawlins, Allen 60, 62, 71, 79, 91, 152,
Reyna, Laura 79, 152
Reyna, Susie 29, 42, 45, 46, 47, 62, 114,
Rich, Lori 142
Richards, Emmie 115, 129
Richardson, Joe 152
Richie, Angie 143
Ritter, Chad 143
Robinson, April 36, 40, 95,
Robertson, Jennifer 152
Roberts, John 79, 152
Robinson, Cindy 118, 152
Roden, James 13, 152
Roden, Sherry 152
Rogers, Michael 152
Rogers, Vernon 152
Rosson, Tracy 29, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
Rowland, Carolyn 152
Runyan, Elizabeth 143
Sabella, Shane 13, 60, 70, 143, 172, 176
Sackett, Carl 29
Sanchez, Doris 152
Sauer, Carey 152
Schomerus, Michelle 152
Schutz, Scott 70, 129
Schultz, Wally 152
Scott, Stephen 78, 143
Selzer, Charles 70, 89, 143
Selzer, Karen 29, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
Selzer, Kristi 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 95,115,
Shakespeare, Traci 52, 54, 115, 129
Sharp, Debra 152
Sharp, Donna 143
Sherrin, Brandy 152
Shields, Daphne 143
Shipp, Peggy 29, 112
Shirley, Karen 129
Sikorski, Dale 66, 80, 82, 115, 119, 129
Silkey, Kevin 152
Sims, Kirk 11, 152
Sims, Sharon 152
Simpson, Dina 119, 129
Skinner, William 4, 18, 29, 58, 72, 76, 77,
Slaughter, Aaron 71, 79, 152
Smith, Angela 143
Smith, Billy 143
Smith, Chad 30, 95, 170, 171
Smith, Kim 95, 129
Smith, Mark 152
Smith, Paula 79, 84, 85, 152, 169
Smith, Rodney 143
Smith, Roy 30
Smith, Tina 74, 75, 85, 129
Smith, Trey 30, 66, 80, 119
Smirl, Eddie 152
Snody, Randy 112, 113, 129
Snow, Joe 60, 70, 72, 77, 87, 129
Sowders, Angela 152
Spaugh, Tammy 5, 34, 35, 42, 43, 45, 46,
47, 62, 63, 84, 95, 97, 119, 129, 170
Stafford, Amber 153
Stapleton, Jay 153
St. Clair, John 153
Steele, Tammy 153
Steed, Chris 153
Stevens, Cynthia 30
Stevens, Jane Ann 30, 42, 45, 46, 47, 58
62, 98, 119, 170, 173, 174, 175
Stevens, Jerry 5, 66, 89, 91, 95, 143
Stevens, Robby 70, 143
Stewart, Mark 61183, 91, 119, 129
Stout, Sabrina 129
Strain, Pamela 31
Strawn, Randy 95, 96, 98, 129
Stone, Derwin 70, 71, 153
Story, Amos 71, 87, 153
Story, Andy 30, 66
Story, Bobby 153
Sturgill, Michelle 153
Sullivan, Melissa 84, 105, 130
Sutton, Mary 40, 153
Swanner, Michael 71, 79, 153
Swindle, Melanie 153
Talent, Leon 70, 143
Talmage, David 78, 130
Tatsch, Melissa 43, 45, 46, 47, 60, 63, 102
119, 172, 176
Speech!Drama: Left: Denise Lambert, Dana Maxwell. Industrial Arts: Right: Scott
Schutz, Jackie Frazier.
Taylor, Gary 12, 66, 72, 76, 77, 91, 130,
Taylor, Nicole 44, 45, 46, 153
Taylor, Shelly 143
Taylor, Stephen 143
Thetford, John 31, 66, 91
Thomas, Alma 31, 72, 73, 74, 75, 85, 87
Thomas, Sonya 78, 84, 144, 173
Thompson, Craig 144
Tonkinson, Tim 4, 83, 130
Torres, Alex 70, 83, 89, 90, 144, 173
Townsend, Chris 144
Tucker, Kimberly 153
Turner, Debbie 31
Turney, Steve 144
Tuttle, Troy 70, 72, 73,
Uhrick, John 153
Vance, Traci 144
Shane 15, 31
Vondrasek, Kim 154
Waldrop, Michael 144
Walker, Dawn 154
Wallace, Frankie 31
Wallace, Patsy 144
Walters, Deborah 31
Wassum, Mary 130
76, 77, 130
Watson, Lori 32, 43, 45, 47, 59, 62, 121
Watson, Stephanie 101, 144
Watson, Steve 154
Watson, Suzan 154
98, 119, 130, 165, 172
Watson, Tabitha 32, 95, 98, 170
Weber, Steven 32
Westmoreland, Jason 60, 70, 130
Westphal, Brian 49, 60, 71
Whisenhunt, Laura 32, 119
Whisenant, Roger 154
Whitaker, Thomas 93, 115, 144, 169
Whitaker, Wyatt 4, 17, 70, 72, 80, 81, 82,
White, Eddie 130
White, John 60, 70, 144
White, Kimberly 144
White, Michelle 49, 154
Whitley, Doug 66, 69, 80, 82, 91, 119, 130,
Wiggins, Neal 32, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61
Williams, Beverly 95, 98, 115, 130, 169
Williams, Cindy 32, 34, 35, 43, 45, 46, 61,
Williams, Donny 144
Williams, Jennifer 154
Williams, Tony 154
Williams, Thomas 119, 154
Willeford, Lonnie 66, 89, 144
Wilson, Tommy 48, 71, 154
Winters, Hollie 61, 62, 130
Winters, Jean 32
Wright, Dee 78, 144
Wright, Tracy 72, 75, 85, 130
Wood, Joyce 112, 144
Works, Janet 52, 115, 118, 154
Works, Lisa 144
Works, Wendy 11, 32, 54, 117, 118, 119,
Yarborough, Carol 154
Ybarra, Felipe 103
Yeager, Biana 78, 144
Yeager, Danny 52, 56, 154
Yowell, Bobby 144
Zachary, James 32
Whitt Tiffany 154 Science Dept. Awards: Top row: John Brown, Robert Pitt. Bottom: Lisa Haslbauer Lor
A New Beginning
The time has now come to say our final farewells.
We've spent our past establishing friendships that will,
doubt, last a lifetime. We have grown so close to many
who, in the future, will be many miles away. The
nd us have grown, oh, so familiar. We have
feeling of comfort and security here at
The absence of our friends will surely be felt by us all,
the time has come to meet new people, to make new
to extend our horizons.
go our separate ways, we must always
that we were a part of something very special,
no matter how many miles separate us, we will always
'oe together in our memories.
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The seniors wait, with butterflies in their stomach, to enter the stadium for graduation.
Top Right: Brendan Jefferies congratulates Lisa Haslbauer
for being valedictorian. Above: Kara Hamrick says goodbye
to her friend, John Brown. Right: Two friends talk about how
graduation doesn't seem real.
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