Foreman High School - Gator Yearbook (Foreman, AR)
- Class of 1977
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Welcome to the World of
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Read All About It
What's the biggest communication explosion since -
newspaper, since radio, since T.V. ? lt's that "Japa-
nese toy, that trucker's joy that everybody calls -
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Picture to yourself a short-term Rip Van Winkle. He's been asleep for only two years, not 20. He awakens in
an auto with the CB turned on and hears:
"This here's Monkeyman Mac . . . l got the
front door . . . No Smokeys in sight."
Rip would flip. He might wonder. "How long have I been asleep? lt must be years! I hear some words of
English but - but - but the language has changed!"
CB has a language, or a slanguage, of its own. Everyone speaks in code. You'd better learn it or you'll be
laughed off the channels. Also, you'll be more able to understand your 1976-'77 Yearbook! E
"Intelligence appears to he the only thing that A
enables man to get along without education.
Education appears to he the only thing that
enables a man to get along without the use of his
Miguel de Cervantes said, 1. Don't stick your fingers in the gerbil
"'Experience is the universal Mother cageg he's vicious.
of Sciences." He must have been 2. HSS smells like the paper mill on a
eavesdropping on room 102 at the rainy day and will drive 4th period Eng-
beginning of the year! From experi- lish class to the library. So, as we "move on," we live
ence we learned many things 3. Pyrex means fire resistant, not break learn, though at times we wonder if
QUICKLY! resistant! are succeeding at either.
A likely excuse for playing with fire. E: mc WHAT? There must be an easier way.
The wonder of it all! Accuracy! I Precision! !
6 Sponsored by BRIDGERS PHARMACY DeQueen, Arkansas
No Randy those aren't pretty girls' telephone numbers.
Beth goes wild at the chalk board .
This year's math classes were full of surprises. Geometry
students were surprised that triangles could do so much,
Algebra classes argued over x's and y's, and analysis students
cried! Gene was especially surprised the day that, during
Mrs. Baker's absence, he was suddenly whapped on the head
by a flying movie screen. We learned a lot through experi-
ence, too. Some students were so enthused with their new
calculators that they dropped them daily for an excuse to dis-
sect them and probe through their many tiny circuits. But,
through it all we managed to convince Mrs. Baker to main-
tain her sanity and control her frustrations . . . and anger
. . . and "excitement."
Be careful, Donald. That's a toughy!
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That's what Mrs. Baker thinks! !
Sponsored by K SL L BUTANE Ashdown, Arkansas 7
Social Studies, probably the broadest subject taught at
F.H.S. , includes many different branches such as geogra-
phy, problems of democracy, world history, American his-
tory, and advanced American government. Social Studies
provide students with a better understanding of the world
around them , the people in that world, and their relationship
to others and themselves. Learning the capital of Australia
and the method of choosing the American President are just
two of the almost unlimited areas of study. If a student is
asked for a definition of a "lame duck" and his answer is "a
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bird with a crutch", then Coach Freeze and Mr. Frazier will
know how far their lectures have been going.
Lori and Larry search for the right current event.
Is Martha studying those geographic features or planning her Mexi-
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Louise and Evelyn find study time essential.
The library stays full during term paper week.
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Officially, Spanish is the only foreign language offered at
F.H.S. , however, many students claim that there are three
others - Greek, English, and C.B. A few are working at
Spanish, several appear to have mastered English, and one
group fC.B. owners! know nothing but C.B. lingo, but many
are more like casca - it's ALL GREEK to them.
It's hard to decide between an adjective or an adverb.
Dean enjoys the Julius Caesar puppet show.
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3 Las Muchachas son muy aplicodas! The girls are working hard.
,Q Le Gesta el espanol, Evelyn? Do you enjoy Spanish, Evelyn?
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Bobb finds ASDFJKLq amusin . Ty in to music makes class more enjo able.
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Mrs. Winfrey and the "Typettes."
When asked what Commercial Arts meant, school the courses offered toward either students'
Mrs. Winfrey stated that it was the eye to the future or their dreams include typing, shorthand,
future, or perhaps a world of dreams. In our office practice, and accounting.
10 Sponsored by: KNOD GROCERY COMPANY DeQueen, Arkansas
The two Lisa's try to hit the same note. TOP: Ray Dean explains his landscape.
BOTTOM: Sheri and Louise live it UP in
Speech class makes Carolyn and Bonita look so young.
According to Mrs.
classes are getting
more exciting. Stu-
dents now have a
chance to express
the humanities: art,
theatre, and music.
Elvis proves that "black is beautiful. "
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This year brought many
changes in vocational
classes. It is not unusual to
see girls in Agri. and boys
in Home Ec. We are movin'
on with equal rights for
BOYS AS WELL AS GIRLS at
It may just be a Beefmaster, but it won six ribbons.
Carolyn isn't sure Cindy's mixture will be
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Livestock class has many reactions to Mr. Lairmore's statement.
Sponsored by DeQUEEN CLINIC DeQueen, Arkansas
Pam learns what red, yellow, and blue can do.
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The administration at Foreman High School realizes that
all students are not academically inclined. Some people
would benefit from learning a trade at which they could
become employed without sitting for hours in a college class-
room. For this reason, our students are now allowed to take
advantage of the Texarkana Area Vocational Center. Stu-
dents leave the FHS campus before noon and travel by bus to
the center which provides both faculty and facilities to
develop the skilled craftsmen for a wide variety of occupa-
tions for the future .
John Gathright - Welding Bruce Dainwood and Mike Weed - Welding
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Eileen Crenshaw - Cosmetology Billy Lewis and Ronnie Fowler - Auto Mechanics Donna Green - Cosmetology
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ests and pleasures, individuals were while activities ranging from steak
able to join various FHS clubs to suppers, to car washes. The eleven
further their hobbies, skills and different clubs offered students a
social development. Helping to chance to explore special interests.
better the individual, school, and
Sponsored by GLENN'S JEWELRY DeQueen, Arkansas
mobblng the notes
way to the tests
tudent Coun il
S.C.: Pres. - Carol Murphy Cnot shownj, Vice-Pres. - Kay Murphy, Pianist - Rosemary Hawkins, Songleader - Laura Enscore and Diane Jackson,
Sec.!Treas. - Linda Wright, Rep. - Nichole Johnson, Tammie Salem, Joe Nolan, Mike Hudgeons, Mattlene Brown, Mike Smith, Deborah Rolfe,
Annette Roberts, Bobby Belanger, Marla LaVoice, Brenda Hardwick, Jay Ray Kent, and Alana Bishop.
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The Jr. High S . C. , sponsored by
Mrs. Oglesby, has taken a leading role
in the improvement of Junior activities
this year. They contributed to this
year's Christmas season by buying dec-
orations as well as contributing money
to the Jr. High football homecoming .
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Bri. 'njoys his "hobo juice. "
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They come in all sizes!
The grubby attire of
these little creatures is
not their usual dress.
The rolled up blue
jeans, over-sized over-
alls, and ragged shirts
and caps were the fea-
tures on junior high Hobo
Day. Students were not
thought odd for dressing
this wayg instead, they
were hauled off to jail
for NOT dressing "hobo-
ish." Lisa Brown, Cheryl
Weed, and Margaret
Taaffe were chosen as
the raggediest, tackiest
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Mr. Rice, Sherri Fagan, and high school interloper, Jay Newman, get towed away to jail. "Tacky" Taaffe
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First Row: Curtis Graham - President, Gene Ellis - Vice President, Ann Dunn - Secretary, Treassia Wright -
Treasurer, Evelyn Key - Reporter. Second Row: Representatives - lay Newman, Donald Stuart, Sharon I-Iadaway,
Lynette Ballard, Terri Casteel, Mike Webber. Third Row: Velma Fields, Pat Turner, Sherry Coffman, Shelly
Knighten, Timmy Jamison, Sheri Broomfield, Mike Smith. Fourth Row: I.aVern Fowler, Bruce Walker, Mary
l-looks, Sponsor - Scotty Smith.
Terri helps prepare for the assembly that never was
Important business at hand .
The 1976-77 Student Council busied itself with activities such
as elections and polls - something new for the students. These
activities brought to the surface a whole new side of F.H.S. , a
more intellectual side . Other more enjoyable activities
included the steak dinner for the S.C. members and the plan-
ning of the Valentine assembly that never materialized. The
failure could have been brought about by the fact that the S.C.
just didn't "have their hearts in it."
Ann assists in Who's Who vote counting.
I8 Sponsored by CRAFT COTTAGE Foreman. Arkansas
L A DAY
Treassia tells of her many talents.
March 22 was just another day at F.H.S. Some
students crawled to class while others pushed pen-
cils down the halls with their noses. Some teach-
ers called their students with cries of "Pig
Sooie! " . Some looked odd in their "high-water"
pants and wrong-side-out clothes. No, this was
"What am I bid for Mr. Wattlington?"
Jay can even sell the blind:
name is Shelly.
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would want to buy her.
. . This is the stillest Wayne has been
not Just any day - it was the FBLA s Slave Day. an year.
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Mark enjoys egg-throwing as well as three-legged races.
How many school days come around when you can throw an egg at z
teacher and get away with it, or run a race with three and a half legs'
Well, for one - Western Day - a day when everybody shows a little rec
around the neck. Between the egg-throwing contest and the three-leggec
race, a mere spectator wasn't even safe to watch without running the risk o
catching an egg up beside the head. Or how about being run over by a two-
headed, four-armed, three-legged mongrel with a voice like Wayne
Watlington and a face like Mark Bush. It's only once a year and, to quote
the loser of the egg-throwing contest, "Look at this slop on my pants."
Gene and Jimmy Ray, and Danny and Mark look like happy winners of the egg-throwing con
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First Row: Cliff Oglesbyg Treasurer, Scooter Grahamg President, Lynette Ballardg Secretary, David Harrison: Vice President, Anita Baker:
Sponsor. Second Row: David Crow, Margie Nolan, Kathy Pieratt, Janet Rosa, Sharon Hadaway, Terri Casteel, Terry Jamison. Third Row:
Donald Stuart, Alan Gauldin, Jimmy Oglesby, Dean Klug, Randy Clevenger, Gene Ellis, Mark Moore, Reporter, Mark Gorman.
First Row: Martine Johnson, Lisa Meredith, Sherry Coffman, Martha Monroe, Treassia Wright Billingsley, Sharon Hadaway. Second Row:
Mike Akins, Randy Clevenger, Jimmy Oglesby, Alan Gauldin, David Harrison, Mark Moore, Mike Altenbaumer, Wayne Watlington, Jay
Second V.P. , Mark Moore, President, Jay Newman, First V.P. , Ann Dunn: Secretary, Sharon Hadaway: Parliamentarian, Lynette Ballard: Reporter,
Beth Tongg Songleader, Terri Casteel. Back Row: Student Council Representative, Donald Stuart: Sponsor, Mrs. Harrison.
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Seated: Beth Tong, Janet Rose, Sharon Hadaway, Ann Dunn. Middle Row: lay
Oglesby, Mark Moore, Mrs. Harrison, Paul Hawkins, Terri Casteel, Gerri Fin-
ley, Lynette Ballard, Treassia Billingsley, Kathy Pieratt. Back Row: David Harrison, Curtis
Graham, Donald Stuart.
The FBLA Chapter has been more active this year
than in the past. Besides having dances, a carwash, and
a slave auction, they have participated in both district
and state level competitions.
In the District 4 competition in March, Martine
Johnson and Beth Tong won first place in business com-
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First Row: Mrs. Winfrey - sponsor, Wayne Watlington - President, Jay Newman - Vice President,
Becky Foster - Secretary, Venita Cursh - Treasurer, Lori LaVoice - Stu. Coun. Rep., Coach
Freeze. Second Row: Lisa Meredith, Shelly Knighten, Marilyn Knighten, Treassia Billingsley,
Sherri Broomfield, Mike Smith. Bonita Smith, Margie Nolan. Third Row: Mike Altenbaumer, Lori
Oglesby, Ray Trammel, Gina Green, Beth Tong, Alan Gauldin, Terri Beard, Margaret Rolfe.
Fourth Row: La Verne Fowler, Louise Hatten, Mary Kay Hooks, Suzanne Baker, Velma Fields, Ann
Dunn, Penny Morton, Sherry Coffman. Fifth Row: Janet Rose, Martha Monroe, Becky Smith,
Cindy Anderson, Reba Carver, Kathy Singleton, Shirley Anderson, Mike Akins. Sixth Row: Mar-
tine Johnson, Darlen Hefner, Pam Duncan, Mike Mason, David Crow, Kathy Pieratt, Leigh Ann
munications, and the chapter won third place for mem-
bership based on percentile. Everyone who attended
benefited from the experience.
FBLA SWEETHEART AND BEAU - Martha Monroe
Foreman contestants in the District 4 leadership
conference and sponsor.
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Knighten, Cindy Anderson, Mrs. Farmerg spon. , Marcia Moore, Bonita Smithg Pres. , Pat Turner, 2nd Vice P. , Kathy Singleton: Sec. , Carolyn Jackson
Treas. , Janet Roseg Reporter, Marilyn Knighteng Historian. Sharon Hadawayg S.C. Representative. Not Shown: Guy Ray Cody: 3rd Vice Pres.
Marilyn Knighten: Chosen Co-Ed corre-
spondent for outstanding leadership in
Home Economics. Her duties are to keep
the Co-Ed magazine informed about the
happenings at F.H . S.
Pat Turner was chosen sweetheart by the
FFA, and Jerry Bob Grant was elected
beau by the FHA girls.
1st Row: Ricky Knighten, Le Wanda Davis, Joann Diacon, Lisa Sullivan, Yogi Park, Jim Bo Cody, Steve Siedel. 2nd Row: Steve McCombs, Gary Grant,
Steve Casteel, John Milam, Richard McElhannon, Omac McElhannon, Frank McDonald, Walter Watlington, Blake Kent. 3rd Row: Jerry Bob Grant:
President, Timmy Jamison: Vice President, Treassia Wright: Secretary, Gerri Finley: Treasurer, Pat Turner: Reporter, Mark Halliday: Jr. Advisor,
Scott Lindsay: Sentinel, Lynn Sullivan, Mike Smith, Mr. Lairmore: Sponsor. 4th Row: Danny Hawkins, Jay Green, Earl Brown, Nat Hefner, Rendall
Irwin, Mark Sanders, Dean Klug, Ricky Hawkins. 5th Row: Donte Weed, Rodney McElhannon, Archie Cody, Steve Gibson, David Nevels, John Bill-
ingsley. James Green, Terry Coffey, Stan Smith, David Phillips.
The FFA has really been "on
the move" this year. Some of
the many activities enjoyed by
the "mixed group" included
everything from parking cars at
the home games to attending the
Hope Fair where they judged
everything from cattle to sheep
. . . The State Fair at Little
Rock where they attended the
fair and rodeo and saw Lorne
Green, better known as Ben
Cartwright . . . and the Fat
Stock Show at Fort Worth where
they saw Red Stegal and MUCH
Many hours of selling popcorn
at the ballgames helped finance
this year's activities.
Mr. Larimore takes part in the snowball
Pat wonders WHERE kids put ALL that James hopes there aren't any reckless drivers out tonight. John looks on as Mark is fascinated at all
popcorn! the girls at the rodeo.
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Mr. Lairmore wears the 3100 hat.
Jay Green prepares for his ride. From Little Britches to A11 Around Cowboy.
After all the weeks
of work in preparation
for and putting on FFA
Rodeo, Mr. Lairrnore
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have at least been
able to keep the hat.
Martha receives the Queen's ribbon from former Queen. Gerri. Laney and Pam enjoy dancing to the Honky Tonk
If anyone has been truckin' this
year, it has been the yearbook
staff. They have travled from a
workshop at OBU in Arkadelphia to
a ski resort in Marble Falls so that in
years to come, the '77 graduates
will be able to look through the
yearbook pages with wistful remi-
niscence, nostalgia, and pride.
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Treassia and Beth TORS - Sharon and
PHOTOGRAPHERS - Iay and Teny BUSINESS MGR. - Paul, CO-EDITOR - Gerri. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS EDI-
EDITOR - Lynette TORS - Alan and Terri
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FIRST PLACE - Alan Gauldin and Margaret Rolfe SECOND PLACE - Venita Cursh THIRD PLACE - Mike Webber
Tieassia Wright, Evelyn Ifey., Martha Monroe, Leigh Ann Cranford, Pam Duncan, Terri Casteel, Terry Elder, Betty
McKi1-my, Terri Beard, Alcie Cursh, Sharon Hadaway, Gem Frnnley, Jay Newman, Janet Rose, Terry Jamison, Beth Tong, Paul Hawkins and Lynette
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The paper staff duties
are to make the school
paper in addition to their
regular course of study.
This involves the writ-
ing, organizing, typing
and drawing of the
paper, as Alan and Mar-
gie are doing on the
left, and the printing
and preparation of the
final copy, as Loni,
Louise, Linda and Mary
Kay are doing on the
right. Under the guid-
ance of Mrs. Winfrey,
this year's paper staff
created the "F.H.S.
Press" and printed the
school news for 1976-'77 .
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lots of underlined WORDS. "
Top Row: Gerri Finley, Pres.: Janet Rose, Sec.g Mrs. Smith, Spon.g Lynette Ballard, Rep. Bot-
tom Row: Sharon Hadaway, Vice Pres,: Terri Casteel, S.C. Rep.g David Harrison, Treas.
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'Book not in on time
It takes Lynette and Sharon to check out Marcia's book. "Now, Steve, this is where we keep our MONEY! !"
Sponsored by WELCH'S Ashdown, Arkansas
Two FHS senior girls, Treassia Wright Billingsley and Lynette
Ballard, were chosen as Arkansas American Legion Auxillary Girls'
State Delegates this year. Also, three FHS senior boys, Jay New-
man, Gene Ellis, and Paul Hawkins were selected to attend Bays'
The week-long summer programs, designed to inform selected
high school students of the structure and operations of our local,
state, and national government, was held on the UCA campus in
Conway. During the week, patriotism, concern, and love for our
country were emphasized. Many prominent men and women
including Governor David Pryor spoke to the students at General
Meetings. Campaigning for various offices ranging from city coun-
cilmen to governor occupied most of the daylight hours. At night
and between meetings, the delegates enjoyed parties in their
dorms and met many new friends.
The FHS delegates continued to carry out patriotic deeds during
the school year by raising and lowering the school flags, presenting
the colors at assemblies, and trying to foster patriotism as a whole
among the student body.
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Alan Gauldin received the award for his out-
standing work in designing the '77 yearbook
cover. Alan also served as art editor for the
Lynette Ballard was presented the DAR Good
Citizenship Award by the Paraclifta Chapter r 7
of the DAR. Each year a senior is selected
for this award on qualifications of leader- 4
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Paul Hawkins and Randy Clevenger earned
the highest ranking in the Senior Class in the
1977 General Mills Search for Leadership in
Family Living. In recognition for this
achievement they were awarded a Certifi-
cate of Merit.
How many times have
you been sitting in your
dozing when suddenly
your nap was disturbed
by the sound of the fire
alarm? This meant that
you had to stand up,
close the windows, if
you were near them, walk out the front door, in a
quick, orderly manner and keep quiet! All of this
was to keep you prepared in case of fire, flood, fam-
ine, or killer bees.
The students behind these drills are the Foreman
Fire Marshals. These students are educated in the
practice of avoiding disasters and give their time and
effort in these fire drills to help protect our school
and our students, and to get out of class.
Sponsored by HOUSE OF FASHIONS DeQueen, Arkansas
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saw snow for the first time, others
had their first Christmas, several
had their first snowball fight, and
everyone was thrilled by the beauti-
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David's prayers are answered.
A lonely Ir. High.
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Excitement was in the air for
days as the Irs. and Srs. prepared
for the prom, decorating, order-
ing flowers, buying new clothes,
inviting dates, etc. The night
finally arrived. CActually it was
more than a night - there were
early dates for dinner, dancing at
the prom, parties, and early
breakfasts.b Perhaps this should
be called prom weekend instead
of prom night.
Yes, sorne girls even enjoy sitting it out.
Mrs. Wright does the jitterbug.
Marcia and Leslie find a new side of life
Martha puts "her little foot."
The Sophomores get a taste of Junior and Senior life. Donte thinks it's time for punch.
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Margie Nolan - Gene Ellis
Carolyb Jackson - Boo Park
Sharon Hadaway - Jerry Bob Grant
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Murphy, Omac McElhannon, Lindy Broomfield, Allen Ferguson, Dianne Jackson, Richard McElhannon, Pam Stuart, Kent Bell, Tammy Salem, Steve
Casteel, Shelly Altenbaumer, Laney Lawrence, Lisa Phillips, Jon Mason, Nataline Stuart, Berry Gabbard, Kim Adams, Jimmy Woods, Velva Foster.
The Foreman Jr. High 1976 Homecoming was an
evening of excitement for the maids and their
escorts. The Queen and her court were presented
before the game, which turned out to be a bitterly
fought contest with the Mineral Springs Hornets
coming out on top.
Sponsored by THE GREEN DOLPHIN Idabel, Oklahoma
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knows where she is supposed to sit. season.
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The 1977 football homecoming was a time to be remembered. On Friday, October 22, the entire
campus was alive with students darting back and forth to prepare for the homecoming ceremonies,
the parade, the pep rally, the game, and the dance.
The maids and their escorts were presented during the homecoming ceremonies in the high school
gymnasium that afternoon while the F.H.S. band supplied a musical accompaniment. After the
ceremonies, a parade proceeded from the school to the town square where the F.H.S. cheerleaders
led the students in a pep rally. The ceremonies were repeated that evening on the football fielc
before the game and a dance closed the evening.
Michael Webber Michael Dixon Barry Park
and and and
Debbie Sanders Alcie Cursh Lana LaVoice
Mark Moore Paul Hawkins Michael Akins
and and and
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BAND MEMBERS - Velma Fields, Randy Clevenger, Gary Gauldin, Ray Trammell, Eric Johnston, Martine Johnson, Kathy Pieratt. Terri Casteel. Sec-
ond Row: Ann Dunn, Karen Anderson, Jim Klug. Dwain Wilkerson, Jerry Carver, Marquenta Cleghorn, Rosemary Hawkins. Third Row: Brenda Vansco-
der, Melanie Moore, Mark Edwards, Linda Wright, Margie Nolen, Tina Brown, Sherry Bowman, Lisa Meredith. Fourth Row: Kathy Klug. Nicole John-
son, Chiquita Fields, Melinda Monroe, Wendi Lawrence, Lisa Brown, Patti Newman.
BAND COUNCIL - Standing: Ray Trammell - Asst. Quartermaster, Randy Clevenger - Captain,
Gary Gauldin - Quartermaster. .Tim Klug - Asst. Quartermaster. Sitting: Margie Nolen - Secre-
tary, Ann Dunn - Lieutenant, Kathy Klug and Kathy Pieratt - Reporters.
Sponsored by WILLIE'S STORE Winthrop, Arkansas
Student Council Representative
MAJORETTES - Rosemary Hawkins. Standing: Terri Casteel. Sitting: Patti Newman - Captain, Lisa Meridith.
MUSIC - that's the word! It
gives the students an opportunity
to unwind or stimulates them to
alertness. During the pep assem-
blies, the band helped liven our
spirits and got us into "the swing
of things." By presenting a
Christmas and a Spring concert,
the band found a release for self-
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This year in both lr. High and Sr.
High Region 3 tryouts, members of the
band won honors.
Mendy Monroe and Wendy Lawrence
won places in the Ir. High All Region
First Band and Second Band respec-
tively, while Chiquita Fields and
Brenda Vanscoder won places as alter-
nates. In the Sr. High tryouts Randy
Clevenger won a chair in the First
Band, while Martine Johnson won a
place in the Second Band. These stu-
dents competed for these honors with
students from other schools in our
Jr. Hi h Band
Mindy Monroe Brenda Vanscoder Wendy Lawrence Chiqurta Ferlds
Sponsored by ATHLETIC SUPPLY CO. Texarkana, Texas
Bottom: Robbie Taaffe, Paul Bishop, Mike Burney, Mitch Graham, Brandon Carver, James Horn, Jimmy Baker, Eric Cowling, Jay San-
ders. Second: Terry Smith, Lawrence Wiseman, Michael Jones, Bernard Wills, Clyde Clevenger, Dean Finney, Richard Sanders, Don
Adams. Top: Herman Berry, John Bromsey, Jon Norwood, Todd Sharp, Charles Hudgeons, Tim Howard, Jimmy Wilder, Charles Bearden.
COACH - Bill Norwood.
Because students learn good
sportsmanship and fair play
while they are young in Pee
Wee athletics, the program
makes a great contribution to
the school system. It encour-
ages school spirit and partici-
pation which will be carried
on for many years.
Get on your mark, get set . . .
C eerleaders and Basketball
Top: Stacy Stuart, Shelia W
Green, Kristie Pyron. Middle:
Carla Monroe, Sheri Morton,
Trina Free. Bottom: Leeann
Lavoice, Ioan LaVoice.
Reaching for a star . . .
A good team MUST have a good bench.
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"Coach of the Year" by his Elementary Athletes.
Mr. Norwood coaches all Pee Wee athletics along
with his regular duties as principal. He has done a
great job and its rewards will be reaped in the
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Murphy, Lezleigh Horn, Shelly Altenbaumer, Kay Murphy.
BASKETBALL - Chiquita Fields, Linda Wright, Ada Brown.
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Top Row: Coach Merrill Mankin, Walter Watlington, Steve Casteel, Laney Lawrence, Richard McElhannon, David Daniels, Mike V.
Smith, Coach Ralph Brown. Second Row: Mgrs. - Brit Wade and Mike Dixon, Frank McDonald, Allen Ferguson, Barry Gabbard, Mgrs. -
Bobby Richards and Earl Easter. Third Row: Jackie Nash, John Milam, Jimmy Woods, Hulon Self, Roosevelt Crutchfield, Kent Bell, Bill
Dixon, Steve McCombs. Bottom Row: John Salem, Omac Mclilhannon, Jon Mason, Mike R. Smith, Barry Belanger, and Jimmy Purtell.
Jr. High Football
Although the Jr. Gators may not have had much "They were in every game."
size or experience this year, they did have plenty With the experience gained this season, they
of spirit and hustle. They always played their best expect an even better one next year.
and in the words of their coach, Merrill Mankins,
Coach Merrill Mankins Coach Ralph Brown
'No, Omac, this doesn't blow your muscles up! "
"What's the copy on that defense?"
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First Row: Rhonda Brown, mgr.g Annette Roberts, Lisa Woods, Cindy Coursey, Laura Inscore, Lisa Hardwick, Lindy Broomfield, Shelly Alteri-
baumer. Second Row: Coach Connie Gamble, Carol Murphy, LaQuita Norwood, Brenda Hardwick, Mary Lewis, Kay Murphy. and Kim
Coach Connie Gamble
The Foreman Ir. C-atorettes
did not have much experience
this year, but they utilized
what they did have - a new
coach, hustle, and a will to
win. By the end of the year
they had learned more about
not only basketball, but
themselves and each other.
Sponsored by WESTERN AUTO Foreman, Arkansas
First Row lim Klug Omac McElhannon Barry Belanger. Second Row: Jon Mason, Mike R. Smith, Roosevelt Crutchfield, Steve Casteel,
Mike V Smith Charles Wilson Hulon Self Billy Cursh. Third Row: Coach Ralph Brown, Billy Richards, David Daniels, Bill Dixon, Allen
Ferguson Jackie Nash Ray Davis and Lonnie Cursh.
Under the direction of a
new coach, Ralph Brown,
the Jr. Boys varsity basket-
ball team had quite a sea-
son. All the boys worked
extra hard to make it suc-
cessful, and a marked
improvement was noted
before the end of the sea-
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Top: Lindy Broomfield, mgr. , Vivian Bradley, Annette Roberts, Dannette Fields, Mattlene
Brown, Debbie Smith, Connie Dixon, Lisa Hardwick, Coach Gamble. Bottom: Kay Mur-
phy, Lisa Woods, Joyce Hollingsworth, Carol Murphy, Cindy Coursey, Laura Inscore,
Brenda Hardwick, Joyce Campbel.
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well. We are proud of
efforts and wish them
luck for next year.
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Top: Rhonda Brown, Kim Adams, Cmgrsd, Mary Lewis, Brenda Hardwick, Laquita Norwood, Carol Murphy, Kay Murphy, Laura Inscorc Rose
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Mascot - Margie Nolen
Top Row: Penny Morton - co-Capt., Treassia Wright
Smith - Capt.
Under the new leadership of Mrs. Linda Wright and
Mrs. Anita Baker the Cheerleaders got off to a roaring
start. They attended ETSU at Commerce, Texas,
where they received several ribbons and a super-star
squad award. They returned looking forward to an
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The FHS Pep Club was organized again this year. Paired
with uniforms and enthusiasm they attended all the Gators
football games, assisting the cheerleaders in raising the
spirit. The club was at once a success, perhaps because of b
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Top Row: Mrs. Linda Wright - Spons., Carolyn Young, Virginia McElroy, Wanda Rolfe. Alcie Cursh, Margie Nolen - mascot. Pam Duncan, Twylla
Bivins, Betty McKinney, Terri Beard, Vivian Walker, Sheila Compton, Georgia Fields, Marilyn Walker, Versia Easter, Mrs. Anita Baker - spons.
Bottom Row: Venita Cursh - pres. . Martha Monroe - vice-pres. , Penny Morton, Carolyn Jackson, Bonita Smith, Treassia Wright, Christie Davis - sec.-
treas. . LaVern Fowler - stud. coun. rep. , Beth Tong - rep.
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"Break 19 for a copy on that Gator team." "We got a
team that's movin on. Ever one, as usual, awaited the
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openrng game with eagerness to win. Although we lost a , ,
next five games raising everyone's spirit. We had even
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hard fought game with Dierks, we came back to win the
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Mr. Jones' P.E. class.
Get out of the way! Dangerous! !
P.E. classes are designed for those students who wish to stay physically fit
and learn various sports without the high level of competition found in intra-
mural athletics. This is one of the most important classes offered: for a
healthy body is conducive to a healthy mind. Besides, where else can students
learn and have fun at the same time?
Concentration . . .
Don't fall on your head, Gene!
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Rodney Mclilhannon represented FHS in the State boys' track meet in
Russelville. His event was the Pole Vault, which he is shown practic-
Terry and Willis are working hard.
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Just four more laps.
Coach Bobby Freeze
Although track is one sport
which takes a lot of effort and
often gets little attention, each
boy worked long and hard trying
to make the 1977 track season a
success . . . and it paid off.
with all the difficulties encoun-
tered, they came through proudly
- never giving up. By the end of
school, it was apparent that the
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Top Row: Beth Tong, mgr., Mary Kay Hooks, mgr., Versia Weed, Evelyn Key, Sheila Compton, Velma Fields, Ann Dunn.
Easter, Georgia Fields, Vinita Cursh, Alcie Cursh, Martha Mon- Not Shown: Treassia Billingsley.
roe, and Coach Connie Gamble. Bottom Row: Louise I-Iatten, Pam
The Senior Girls' Track team
had an outstanding first year. A
great deal of dedication went
into making it, for contrary to
popular opinion, you don't just
run track. It takes a lot of hard
work and long hours to learn how
to run, more to get in shape to
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run, and even more to practice
running. In the end it adds up, as
the girls will agree: for them it
added up to State in seven differ-
ent events - with a first in one!
OK, Versia. on your mark, get set . .
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Top Row: Penny Morton - manager, Becky Smith - bookkeeper, Loni Wen, Evelyn Key, Mary Hooks, Debbie Sanders, Berh Tong, Connie
Gamble - Coach, Sheri Broomfield - manager. Bottom Row: Martha Monroe, Alcie Cursh, Venita Cursh, Georgia Fields. Pam Weed, and
Watching the clock is serious business to Penny and Treassia.
The bench was always there.
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The Senior Girls Volleyball
Team, though new to F.H.S.,
was quite a success. A good
number of girls participated,
stayed enthusiastic, and worked
hard to become a top-notch
team. They started the season
unsure of themselves, feeling
awkward and shy among the
larger school teams, but as they
participated in the district play-
offs at Arkadelphia they knew
that they were finally a TEAM.
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ALL DISTRICT FOOTBALL - David Phillips, Jimmy Smith, Mike Webber CHONORABLE MENTION OUTSTANDING CHEERLEADER AWARD - Treas
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MOST VALUABLE VOLLEYBALL PLAYER - Lonnie
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TRACK STARS - Lawrence Cursh was high point
man in track. Rod McElhannon placed 6th at
State pole vaulting.
TRACK STARS - Versia Easter, Venita Cursh, Treassia Billingsley, Martha Monroe, Evelyn Key,
Velma Fields. The Relay team won lst in the 880 and 4th in the 440 relays at State, Venita placed
2nd in the 220 dash, and Versia placed 4th in the 440 dash at State. At Region Evelyn placed 3rd in
the high jump and Martha placed 4th in the 440 dash.
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Jr. High - a time for changing - a time for
growing. The four years of Jr. High can
really be rough. Students are trapped
between the free and easy years of childhood
and the frustration that comes with new
responsibilities and decisions of growing up.
The teachers find themselves battling to
cope with students who are in turn battling
to cope with themselves! But . . . it's all a
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able to cope with the problems of life
in Sr. High. The help given to the stu-
dents from the teachers should be
appreciated because of its influence on
a student's ability to cope with prob-
lems in real life . . . especially
obeying orders. With all this help
graduates should have an advantage
when they "move on" into the world.
Margaret Harrison - English
Linda Wright - Science
Marilake Farmer - Home Ec.
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Tracy, that is a no no! ! Sherry doesn't like cameras. Tommy poses.
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Tim Howard, a Senior in the making.
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Vickie knows the answer. Willie thinks he is COOL. Darrell is studying?
Jay thinks he should have the ball first.
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Walter Watlington, Presidentg Richard McE1hannon, Vice-Pres.g Laney Lawrence, Sec.-Treas.q
Allen Ferguson, Reporter: and Laquita Norwood, Student Council Rep.
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Lindy is smiling about something.
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Mike doesn't like to study. How does it feel to be lost in a crowd?
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Martine always reads in this position.
Terry wonders why the ribbon isn't blue . Martha joins the Elem. school choir.
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Reporter: Sheri Broomfield and Pat Turner. Student Council Reps. and Mr. Frazier, Sponsor.
If I can fill this slip out right, I can get a ring.
Jay says. "Being tardy is fun."
Sponsored by CHARLIE'S ldabel, Oklahoma
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Reporter. Back Row: Bruce Walker and Mike Webber, Student Council Reps.
FLOWER - White Rose, COLORS - Maroon and Silver, SONG - The Way We Were, and MOTTO - I have but one lamp by which my feet are
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Mike Akins Cindy Anderson Lynette Ballard
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Jerry Grant Gina Greene Sharon Hadaway
David Harrison Louise Hatten Paul Hawkins
Ricky Hawkins Mary Hooks Carolyn Jackson
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In a standing-room-only, jam-packed gymnasium, the SENIORS
OF '77 finally reached one of their goals - graduation. With mixed
emotions, they marched in, took their respective seats, listened to
speeches, received awards and diplomas, changed their tassels,
and marched out - just as they had seen so many others in the past.
However, this graduation wash unique! It was special! Why? It was
Thanks Io Our ConI'rIbu+ors
We Are "IvIovin' On"
LITTLE RIVER FCDRD, INC.
Highway '71 South
P.O. Box 548, Ashdown, Ark. 71822
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F A R 71835 Division of fhe Sou+hland Corporafion
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can try. But a separate teen telephone
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for their parents. You'll wonder why you
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Walnut cgeleplzone company
Every HELLQ IS a "Good Buy"
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Little River County Sheriff
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Little River County Judge
Ca rlene Bishop
Little River County Treasurer
Little River County Assessor
Little River County Clerk
Little River County
Dispatcher County Jail
TH E ASHDOWN CLI NIC
Lockesburg , Ark.
Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge Trucks
409 East North Front Street, New Boston, Texas 75570
Jim Power R.Ph. , Owner
Nashville, DeQueen, Ashdown
Serving Southwest Arkansas
Lockesburg , Ark.
Rosemary and Patti check out the fall line at the
in Ashdown, Arkansas
Eleva'I'or Co., Inc:
DeQueen, Arkansas 71832
Foreman , Arkansas
Bob Garney, Pharmacist 542-6544
Sharon Hadaway is here to fill
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Bob Chandler Ford
P.O. Box B
DeQueen, Arkansas 71832
For Land's Sake! Use Lime
The Masons Foreman Ark .
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Men like these keep Saunders
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Ashdown, Arkansas 78122 Ashdown, Arkansas
LOE'S AUTOMOTIVE, INC.
Your Green Lights Parts Store
Phone: 542-6204 542-6205
Owned by: Len Belanger and Family
Lawn - Garden Care
TV and Appliances
Western Auto Tires
PIGGLY WIGGLY HESS GROCERY
Winthrop , Arkansas
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Owned by: Olen and Jenny Mitchell
New and Used Furniture
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Dr. Jack Crawford
Bob Golden Foreman, Ark.
Ashdown, Ark. 898-2400
Foreman, Ark. 542-, Ark.
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Ashdown, Ark. 71822
Making You Peel Secure
Full Service - Ashdown Insurance Agency,
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Ashdown , Arkansas
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