Foreman High School - Gator Yearbook (Foreman, AR)

 - Class of 1978

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I V ,V,:, f ., - Ag. , ,W Q , wynfl H ,g-, Sheri Broomfield Becky Smith Pam Duncan Fear not the changing of time nor despair the Vicky Steiner Cliff Oglesby Marcia Moore your youth My K, i,ef i Mike Allenbaumer Janet Rose Gerri Miller Kathy Pierau 1 Academics everything the truth 'ISS In all matters' You re sure galn wisdom before the day ends . . . In Seek it earnestly to l i s Sponsored by: JAMES' WESTERN STORE, DeQueen, Arkansas Science .35 an S. li I . K. x -- yi ff' ' 'F-xi Kelly and Denise perform an operation on Diggim. Don't Terry and Janet look like they're having fun? 4 g-:al Pam and Kay cannot find a place to put the large intestine. Cliff and Mrs. Wright display their scientific ability What does Shelli have? ,vw . , AYSS X . Carl "lectures" the class on Hconrig. " ' W! f " 4 irls s I F You can'r hide at the back of the class, Mrs. Baker. s N01 I Can Cheryl solve rhis consumer problem? """" Math TW K 4 1 " .KX , Ni zz X ,fixyiz -1 Laurel Klein displays her geometric figures. ls this the place, Mrs. Baker?" asks Lisa and Darlene 4 if uiliff .gm 23,2-'f ,Xi xx Language Melanie sins below la Ventana Qwindowj. Mrs. Harrison asks, "Come estzi usted?" CI-low are youb 5 3 Xie g .M 5 . i if lug -5' 1 VF in 5, 4' W: Mattlenc and Barbara count their pesos. Agriculture "I hope I don'1 ever have to do lhis for a living," thinks Glen. Home Economics N8 "I don't care what the guide shee way, " exclaims Shirley Beth. I says: I'rn going to do this MY Walter wonders if that fire is as hot as it looks Dwayne learns how to sew. 122 , v , .3 ff -f,f V , xy ' 'fp .f- ,fi ,,-f, rf sf ilk n' ff , s-5 HK Wfwya. H . lm' X. . Ronnie gazes at the soldiers of yesteryear. QD' IA J K 5 l And here is Foreman, Arkansas, " says MI. Wolf, "Hub ofthe Universe Mr. Wolf points to the heart of Africa. I l Soclal Studies x xg, C.D. has rich plans for the future. Lana and Kalhy show that it takes concentration to type. 'l'hey're actually typing? Margaret, "the sleeping typist . " ft f 1-V WI. l"'f, f W1 J, if .l Commercial Arts Egg' Q ,, e - iifk 9 as ,gh , ""' if ix I 4, ' -4 9 - , :- l V-1 Do you envy Miss Bailey with these four in her class? Sheila is hard at work. 4.9. .f B f 'v s ,fis- Sw Organizations and Activities From beginning to beginning Life swiftly flies from one adventure to another. . ,,,. , "QI, ' 45 -. in ,, f -,.,, . .ng , Jr. High Student Council , -X, I 9 0 I FIRST ROW - Melanie Hadaway, Kristi Pyron, Marty Oglesby, Nicole Johnson, Monty Carrell, Bobby Belanger: SECOND ROW - Mr. Williams, sponsor, Margaret Taaffe, Michael Hudgeons, Jerry Carver, Richard Carver, Sharon Oglesby, spon- sor. THIRD ROW - Willie Wilder, Nemesha Hardwick, Deborah Rolfe, Debbie Smith, Lezleigh Horn, Connie Dixon. Jr. High Snaps gzefw K ' Donnie Io says he likes to study ALONE. Looks like she may've lost. They either want black power or they want to fight. A typical lunch hour scene . iff 4' 'snr .1 'K si i Jr. High "Fifties" Day One of the more exciting days at Junior High in 1978 was Fifties Day, sponsored by the Junior High Student Council. The stu- dents not only dressed in leather jackets and bobbie sox, etc. , but they were heard to be making such comments as "doin' the bop", "B1ueberry Hi11," and "ducktai1s. " Mr. Babcock surely felt right at home. 4 Mrs. Oglesby is escorted by two "cool dudes. " .M 4 ' "Ladies of the fifties." Even Mrs. Sharp gets into the "swing" of things! WTA, Q Fonda "Bunny" Farmer enjoys herself. Wow! This dude's got whiskers! Is it Sunday meeting time already? 15 X f, M ix qt fy? Q" Aw FIRST ROW - Timmy Jamison, Annette Roberts, Mrs. Norma Smith, Sponsor, David Nevels, Sherry Coffman, Shelly Knighten, Margaret Rolfe: SECOND ROW - Elizabeth Milam, Kay Murphy, Sarah Babcock. Carol Murphy, Lisa Meredith, Martha Monroe, Lindy Broomfield: THIRD ROW - Shirley Anderson, Lori LaVoice, Sheri Broomfield, Janet Rose, Kathy Pieratt, Cliff Oglesby, Mike Altenbaumerg NOT SHOWN - Darlene Hefner. Student Council ' X ggi wa t OFFICERS: Mike Alitenbaumer, president: Cliff Oglesby, vice "' sidentq Sheri Broomfield, secretary: Shirley Anderson, treasurer: Mrs. Norma Smith, sponsor, 16 Martha Monroe, pianist: Margaret Rolfe, song leader: Kathy Pieratt, reporter. wg 'Ta . A , -H E4 'Q "xt ' l o . as ss ' W ,xgszzl '- .l. .. ei. A A . .. 5 V' ...yy , I Student Council Activities The Student Council has been active this year in many projects. We presented a "Miss Sweet Thang Pageant" to help the late Mr. Williams after his trailer burned. We also had prominent leaders from our area to speak at assemblies. One was Representative Charles "Bubba" Wade. The S.C. bought picnic tables and trash cans with the proceeds we received from our dances. We also mel with the student body and searched for ways to bet- ter our school. One of the duties of S.C. was to raise and lower the flags in the morning and afternoon. Another duty was to change the announce- ment board in the hall and outside each week. The students were more enthused and excited about the S.C. elections this year than in recent years. Candidates put signs in the halls, in the bathrooms, and anywhere they could find a place - whether right or wrong. "As a whole this has been a successful year for the Student Council. " says advisor Norma Smith, "and we're looking forward to another productive year." ' 'lggi -Lf i, sw , X fm wifi if. . i .,,. .U -fa-K ..,. 4 no f A ik In-if SKK' K wx I 5, -L f 4. r., .5 3 gg ,,,,, ,..., , , if . W 1 Y' I-, l K . s s XTN 3 . Q QW t 5 Six' National Honor Society The new members are Sheri Broomfield, Senior: Sherri Brown, Darlene Hefner, Martine Johnson, Dean Klug, Lana LaVoice. and Martha Monroe, all Juniors. THE 1977-78 OFFICERS: Cliff Oglesby, presi- dent, Gerri Miller, vice pres.: Janet Rose, sec.- treas.g and Kathy Pieratt, reporter and SC repre- sentative. One highlight of the year Was see- Mrs. Harrison talked us all into "dressing up!" ing Dr. Joyce Brothers at TCC. National Honor Society inductions were held on February 10, 1978. Presiding over these inductions were the officers. ' Afterwards, a reception was held in the home of Mrs. Charles Harrison, NHS advi- sor. Besides going to hear Dr. Joyce Brothers speak, the NHS served at the North Central Committee banquet. Darlene and Sherri enjoyed themselves at the NHS reception. Are the old members teaching the new members bad things already?! Sponsored by: KNOD GROCER COMPANY , DeQueen, Arkansas FRONT ROW - Darlene Hefner, Sherri Brown, Kathy Klug, Meleony Oglesby, Patti Newman, Lana LaVoice, Martha Monroe, Cindy Coursey. Patricia Vanscoder, and Carol Murphy: BACK ROW - Terry Jamison, Gary Gauldin, Shelly Knighten, Kathy Pieratt, Kay Murphy, Rosemary Hawkins, Cliff Oglesby, and Dean Klug. FRONT ROW - Lucy Butler, Lois Hollingsworth, Melanie Wofford, Martha Stuart, Alanna Bishop, Debbie Taaffe, and Elizabeth Milam: SECOND ROW - Lisa Hardwick, Lesia Green, Cheryl Anderson, , Kay Murphy, Cindy Coursey, Darlene Hefner, and Martine Johnson: R - C arles Wilson, Mattlene Brown, Annette Roberts, Suzanne Baker, Joyce Hollingsworth, Rhonda Brown, Becky Smith, Carol Mur- phy, Melanie Moore, and Marcia Moore: BACK ROW - Shelli Altenbaumer, Lisa Woods, Terry Elder, Martha Monroe, David Nevels. Dwayne Woods, Mike R. Smith, John Salem, and Pete Cleghorn. Math Club fl OFFICERS: Kathy Pieratt, Secretary: Cliff Oglesby, Vice-Presi- dent: Janet Rose, President, and Mrs. Anita Baker, Advisor. Darlene Hefner, SC Representative: Future Teachers of America "H t 'taser' flaw: 3 ' , OFFICERS: Alanna Bishop, Secretary: Shelli Alten- baumer, Reporter: Mrs. MacArthur, Advisor: Eliza- beth Milam, SC Representative: David Nevels. Vice-President: NOT SHOWN - Dwayne Woods. President: Sherri Brown, Treasurer. I9 -s X , LV N05 , FHA lnductions eebfsgw fn WN 50 s. f V xl z .5 tv. I Now, let's all sing together. s 55: AMERICA 5 HUMEMA NSY BR +-" 2 FQ il "See, Penny, this is how you do it," says Shelly. "And your duties are . . . r- ' Q vs i If , 75 X f ff? W . Q lf' 9 5: , 7. 'Nfl' 4 is 4..,. . .,,l.s, ,,.ss , l 1 "Ouch! Penny, you're sticking me!" says Kay. "Uh-oh, I forgot my lines again." says Shelly. 'f""'f'f'--. ,-A I ,ss y on ,ai . Kim Adams, Mike Altenbaumer, Shelli Altenbaumer, Shirley Beth Anderson, ,Sar Kelly Bell, Alana Bishop. Lindy Broomfield. Sheri Broomfield, Pam Brown, Rhonda Brown, Deedy Cleghorn. Denise Coffey, erry Coffman, Mary Easter, Terry Elder, Velva Foster, Gerri Miller. Joyce Hollingsworth, Lois Hollingsworth, Wilma Jones, Kay Knighten, Shelly Knighten, Lana LaVoice, Cheryl Lewis, Eliza- beth Milam, Martha Monroe. Penny Morton, Carol Murphy, Kay Murphy, Betty lo McKinney, Meleony Oglesby, Lisa Phillips, Kathy Pier- att, Annette Roberts, Janet Rose, Becky Smith, Martha Stuart, Lisa Stuart, Natalie Stuart, Pam Stuart, Debbie Taaffe, Wayne Wallington, Pam Weed, Hannah Whisenhunt, Lisa Woods. FHA OFFICERS: Penny, President: Shelly, First Vice: Wayne, Second Vice: Gerri, Third Vice: Shirley, Sec- retary: Lori, Treasurer: Kay, Histo- rian: Kathy, Reporter: Janet, S.C. Representative, Ms. Farmer, Sponsor. A-gfgv gggyt S 4- musk uture omemakets of merica Martha and Dewayne, Sweetheart and Beau Shelly Knighten. second vice-president and State Federation. w-:wr MEMBERS ARE: Mark Cleghorn, Archie Cody, Lawrence Cursh, John Gathright, Mark Halliday, Lawrence Ellis, Danny Hawkins, Rod McElhannon. Davic Nevels, Randy Paxton, Mike Weed, Danny Carrel, Dwayne Woods, Billy Richard, Jimmy Woods, Daryl Moore. Pat McKee, Gerri Miller, Johnnie Wright, John Billingsley, Morris Bradley, Carl Compton, Donald Anderson, Barry Belanger, Don Gleghorn, Jimmy Cody, Terry Coffey, William Cursh. Jame: Green, Rendall Irwin, Ricky Knighten, Yogi Park, Ronnie French, William Gilpin, Stan Smith, Randy Graham, Mike Mason, Mark Sanders, Sheila Ellis, Dean Klug, Lisa Sullivan. Joan Diacon, Berry Gabbard, Randy Burney, James Caery, Steve Casteel, Vandell Compton, Lonnie Cursh, Bo Easter, Jackie Fowler, Pete Johnson, Blake Kent, Laney Lawrence, Jon Mason, Steve McCombs, Frank McDonald, Omac McElhannon, Glen Murry, John Milam, Mike Morton, Larry Rogers, Gary Grant, Ennis Johnson, Jimmy Purtell. John Salem, Hulon Self, Mike R. Smith, Mike V. Smith, Melanie Wofford, Earl Easter, Johnny Baker, Donnie French. The first of the year got off to a slow start. In October the F.F.A. made a trip to Hope for district judging. They had a chance to judge livestock, forestry. tools, and electricity. During football season members worked hard popping popcorn. The money was used for the F.F.A. 1 S' trip to Fort Worth, where members attended the Fat Stock Show and Rodeo. After the trip the parlia- A 1' W' J mentary procedure team worked hard learning the rules to carry on meetings. They participated in a 'I' - contest at DeQueen. During the last of March the judging started in full force. Preparation took many hours of study to learn how to read a score card. The larglest FFA highlight of the year is the rodeo. This year's rodeo has been called by some "a huge success." The year was topped with a fish fry at V president Mark Ha11iday's cabin. N., Jr . -'....,......., Stan shows his "pig-chain" pig. "Eat your supper so you will grow 'big and "Am I supposed to put my nose inside that strong. ! " pipe?" wonders Watermelon. 22 a. M kms 'wr W + me A. ma 59 wud 1 fm. mpwsw s - f mfs 1: ' FLA G neg 1 f the Most Active Or amzats 1 ns on Campus Are you gonna Join FBLA thzs year? 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Waii a minute: lei me see ihai! ll 1. lst ROW - Ms. Bailey, Martine Johnson, Lana LaVoice, Sheri Broomfield, Martha Monroe, Darlene Hefner, Lindy Broomfield: 2nd ROW - Wilma Jones, Versia Easter, Margaret Rolfe, Kathy Pieratt, Janet Rose, Pam Weed, Kay Knighten: 3rd ROW - Tillie Butler, Velva Foster, Meleony Oglesby, Kathy Klug, Sherri Brown, Pam Brown, Lisa Meredith: 4th ROW - Rosemary Hawkins, Lori La Voice, Becky Smith, Shirley Anderson, "Jim Bo" Cody, Laquita Norwood, "Wow" Watlingtonp Sth ROW - Leigh Cranford, Patricia Vanscoder, Mike Altenbaumer, Wayne Watlington, Dean Klug, Gary Gauldin, David Crow: 6th ROW - Cliff Oglesby, Patti Newman, Cheryl Lewis, Shelly Knightcn, Sherry Coffman. 2. FBLA officers for 1977-78 are: Martine Johnson - President: Lana La Voice - Vice President, Sheri Broomfield - Secretaryq Martha Monroe - Treasurerg Darlene Hefner - Historian: Lindy Broomfield - S.C. Rep. 25 QQQ QM S On April 14111 ani 15111, about frfteen dedicated FBLA ers Went to the FBLA State Leadershrp Conference an Little Rock No one entered rn competmon. but Martrffge Iohnson, after weeks of preparation lapel a lei 5 help from FBLA members, was efeeted to the offrce of FBLA State Heperrer if 1 rr May Qtflr, FBLA sponsored .a Tee Shut ay where everyone at school was supposed to wear an ' original ee shut T wylla Simms won frm place Weth If worse comes tot wense, 1 veg always get my personiny Kay Murphy gist? Iiecond wnh Before you meet the handsome prince, you have to less a lot of reads Lesea Green ti lt third place with Candy s Qtandiyw but sex won r rot y u teeth saeiedey May 29th brought the FBLA Plame ar M111 wood where everyone brought Then owfrr grub and Bad a really good mme efsi wQt, 1. Wayne speaks at officer installa- 2 26 tion. EZ. Cyclops - 3rd place, Gypsy Queen - 2nd place. Cousin It and Morticia - lst place. 3. The transformation of Gary to Dra- cula. 3. "Without the help and moral support of those who worked to elect me, l couldn't have done it."M.J. Ylw tif Aix. , W 'EJ'- 1. EVERYONE worked at the car wash, as According to president Martine Johnson, Penny shows. . . The whole year was a fantastic suc- 2. Lisa, Deed , Laquita, and Janet hel send cess: 'with a little luck,' it will be continued Y P out letters for the State Reporter campaign. in the years to come. " Girls' and Boys' State Every year the Arkansas American Legion Auxiliary sponsors Girls' State and Boys' State. This year, Girls' State was held at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia dur ing the week of June 5 11 1977 Boys State was held at ,,,,,, University of Central Arkansas in Conway from June 4 10 1977 There was a lot of rnforma t1on to be learned in one week s time Besides learning about the Arkansas Govern ment and its functions duties, elections, and proce dures, a sense of individual obligation as leaders was developed Also, the dele gates learned the principles of democracy freedom, and Justice, upon which America was founded The main goal of Girls and Boys State is to see these principles practiced and safeguarded by these leaders B 1,6755 af Z yas! ,ye r 'Wif"Xsar lgmvhkm M!! I in Everyone visited Arkansas State Capitol at Little Rock Those attending were Janet Rose. Kathy Pieratt, Margaret Rolfe, Archie Cody. Terry Elder, Danny Hawkins, and Elvis Daniels. Governor David Pryor spoke to both girls and boys Gator girls overtake the Tiger OBU s mascot ' 1 , , , - , V H rqlfp K . - . t, ,-1,31 E 5 W ' - W v? 263'-' K v 1 ' 'M' f i - - ...r , , I, , . . . ' Z I' . l., 43' , 1 ,. A .. H ' " -uf ' ,Q " 7 L fl . ,am , , A 1 ' it . ,y . , , . L , 1 Sie' f 2 " , ' 4 It . I' -K. ,, -- ' f - . It f if l M: " H ' 1 i"'f 5 ' 'I I , x V 1 ' H " - - , r , ' ' I - W M., ,,,,.,,,,.,.,...,a,.,.,.fs,,W,.., .--WM ,mf Q t . r., 1 w,A"f,! 'lf ' V- V M., ' . W , Q . .I V' . 1 Q ' ralph K l, r A lt . . , . . . . . . , Miss Little River County Martha Monroe Little River Rodeo Queen l Lisa Woods D.A.R. Margaret Rolfe Honor Awards Valentine Sweetheart Martha Monroe Mark Halliday, Lawrence Cursh, Ray Hardwick, Blake Kent, Wal- ter Watlington, Mike R. Smith: NOT SHOWN - Dean Klug, Jackie Nash . -Sl P Sr. High Librarians Your or Deedy Cleghom, Margaret Rolfe, Patricia Vanscoder, Darlene Hefner. Debbie Taaffe. Fire Marshals ,, ..,. .Wm , J., ,, ,. -. Q.. ,,.,.,. 4-awww-W: - Aw,w-p.M,- 5 as J 3 Lw.,,.....i .- it .. f sw. . ' M rrris I L FRONT ROW - Galen McElhannon, Britt Wade, Io Nolen, Eric Cowling: SEC- OND ROW - Jimmy Wilder. Jay Sanders, Duane Roberts: THIRD ROW - Irvin Fowler, Charles Hudgeons, Mike Cranford. Sponsored by: DR. JIM CAUTHRON, Ashdown, Arkansas N 1 gg. HE TEME 5 f ' ing 533, ' ffg i rsia Easter. Margaret Rolfe, Vera Easter, Pam Duncan. Shirley derson, Penny Morton, Miss Bailey Penny and Miss Bailey have found something funny for Hi-Times. .ries H1 Q E121 ii FI 1 i, hi -Q , I, ! af- ,k I Swwmgput niaf32ofht'vt'nrt'tp1N' hh f iinify J 4 yiiaf L ,V l 1 5 A9 if y .' Vera and Versia find that two can do the job better than one . Sheri cuts stencil as Shirley Beth proofreads copy. v' N-S, .2 ,,-wfwe' ? l. e 'sem 'Z YEARBOOK STAFF: Gerri Miller - Editor, Janet Rose, Darlene Hefner - Organizations Editor, Kathy Pieratt Y Art Editor, Lisa Meredith, Cliff Oglesby, Leigh Ann Cranford, Martine Johnson - Sports Editor, Terry I Jamison. Lisa - Business Manager and Leigh Ann - Faculty and Personnel Asst. Classroom Division Edi- tor. A... Yearbook Staff .Macaw Janet - Co-editor and Classrooms Division Editor: and Deedy - helper. Terry and Cliff - Photographer and Assistant photographer. ,r ,, ,ii ,ts, . V ,,,. 'iy' to .J before deadirini y right, J , ' 2 CfCf3fUi5?tWr35iS1iIfiH8i Advisors - Beatrice Reed and Norma Rae Smith, iily K L, if inthe, I Y t find the pictures, , hotographers are gone , f e dark room is flooded - mfhis just'f5an't go on! " atieitinto the night e worked Cuntil dayi, I ot theyfafnnual finished, '+"f-- ' 1?S1i'5,.Q?iffi'fiiT away- romiiSEVENTEEN, April '78 y - .,l.. . North Central Evaluation!!! Mr. Walthour says, "Do you believe what that says?" .a- X5 3, '-v .o.! . I Mr. Calloway thinks North Central is I just see one more speck of dust. Even though North Central came, activities were funny . as usual. The North Central Evaluation was not ONLY a large success this year - it was also hectic!! I The adminis- tration, faculty, maintenance crew, and the students worked continuously toward the magic dates - April 26 and April 27. Yes, Virginia, they really did arrive, and Mr. Smith worked just ashard trying to convince the students that it was worth the effort to prove his point, he gave everyone a one-day VACATION . Did North Central give Mr. Smith a migraine? Who's Who Biggest Flirt - Dwayne and Shelly Mosr Arhleric - Martha and Willis Wiuiest - David and Shirley Most Spirited - Sammy and Becky 34 Ai F.H.S. Most Popular - Sheri and Rod A-:f rm e, Shyest - Darlene and Mark 2 .5 hw 2 5 3 Q G E Most Couneous - Kay and Lawrence Mai . "F Most Likely to Succeed - Martine and Dean 35 Carol Murphy Most Beauuful and Most Handsome whites chosen by RON CALCAGNI of the ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS Sponsored by: SHARP'S MACHINE SHOP, DeQueen, Arkansas as EQ Most Beautiful Chiquita Fields Most Handsome Dexter Dunn 'R Mark Sanders M B fl dM H d me Blacks cho by ROLAND SALES f h ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS Sponsored by: TURNWOOD'S RESTAURANT, 37 DeQueen, Arkansas Junior-Senior Prom '78 X Everyone takes a break to cool off. l 31 jew rv' VA wwf Sherry's looks as though she is on Cloud 9! ! ! Sheri, did you say what I thought you said? Juniors and parents take a break while decorating for prom. Did someone lose a hand? Coach Stueart or A1 Capone and his gang? 38 iw, Prom Entertainment Prom Night 1978 was special in so many ways. CROSS-TIE JUNCTION, FoIeman's favorite Caffordablej band, played their very best - even until thirty minutes after the prom was officially over. Everyone enjoyed their selection of music. Though it took a few songs to get everyone out on the floor dancing, it turned into a sensational prom. e a S nn ' r sn ly r s v 'e,- r X 5 Azieti, g f? ,.L. , 1 ,L fiolx V I , ., 3 ffi v - ' 3 W Sponsored by Duds and Daisies in Foreman, Arkansas 6 ITI O I' Lisa and Ronnie jitterbug at the prom . Wall-flowers. Don't step on your dress, Kay! Archie shakes his bootie. Prom Ni ht Here it was - the mysticg moment every senior looked forward to. Here was the illusory star-studded sky: here were the romantic cand- lelit tables: here was an enchanted evening that would last til morn. Innovation was the key to the decoration of the prom. When the candles that the juniors ordered did not come in, Mrs. Lairmore thought of using champagne glasses as candle holders. They filled the glasses with blue water, tied a silver glitter ribbon around the stems, and put a small white candle in each glass. Large and beautiful wrist corsages were most popular with the girls this year. Elegant and fashionable tuxedoes were the "latest" thing among the guys . The elegant STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Cthis year's prom themej that Mr. Lairmore and his agri boys built, held up miraculously through- out the entire evening as everyone posed on it for pictures. This year's prom was indeed a time to be remembered. For the sophomores as their Cmost likelyj firstg for the juniors, as the one THEY gave to the seniors: for the seniors, as their last. 41 Sponsored by: SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS FURNITURE CO. , DeQueen, Arkansas fs, 4 sr. th Duchess - Mendi Duke - Marty Ther May Festival Duchess Duke - esa Bowman 1- x ,W -Q 1. 4-3. f s nz if 5 F' QUEEN - Dee Ann Wright KING - Jason Southerland E mf x Q 2 N V 5 4 ' f :RTN- ., Q , 5 f f D v Ya K 4 Norwood 3rd Duchess - Sandy Colbell Duke - Scou Cowlirfg Duchess Duke - "YEA N.,J ual Q Tammy Knighten Michael Akins Second grade presented an exciting skit. Margaret represented the Senior class. The first grades' Mexican Hat Dance. On Friday night, May 5th, in the High School gymnasium, Foreman presented its first May Festival. Excitement filled the air as DeeAnn Wright was crowned Queen. Kindergarten through twelfth grade kept the entertainment going with folk- dances, singing, baton twirling, and even a banjo player. The Festival was part of a special fund- raising activity that began in late Febru- ary. The May Festival Queen, her eleven Duchesses, and seventeen other contest- ants helped raise EB3,102.11 for the Fore- man Doctor's Fund. Miss Wright col- lected the largest amount, S8'74.00. Parts of the Festival were filmed for television by Miss Ann Wheeler of KTAL T.V. , Channel 6. Special guests for the occasion were State Representative Bubba Wade: Super- intendent of Foreman Schools, Ray Wat- song and the Doctor's Fund Committte: Mr. Ulys Reid, Mr. N. T. Hefner, Mrs. Delores Pullen, Mr. Billy Bob Pyron, Judge Hoye Horn and Mayor of Foreman, Bob Mason. Speerheading this successful fund rais- ing event was Mrs. Duane Dickens. Spe- cial thanks go to her for organizing this festival. Fourth grade does the Virginia Reel. "WillIever getapart in BLUE HAWAII?" A few first graders show off their square- A few of the onlookers rise for the dancing ability . Queen . 43 "Ice Age of '78" How bad WAS the winter of 1978? It was SO bad that . . . we had more days out of school for ice and snow than ever before . . . weather records were set in our area for snowfall and cold temperatures . . . and old timers claimed Csincerelyl that it was the harshest winter in this century. During the winter of 1978, it became a regular practice to get out of school early on a Wednesday afternoon for snow, and not to return until the following Monday. We became somewhat spoiled by this "three day" week. However, what seemed a nov- elty at first, eventually became a bore! Instead of saying, "Oh, great! It's snow- ing," students resorted to saying, "Oh, no! ls it snowing again?" -wfgw: Scenesgf the Ice Age Shelia swans at the ball as though it were a fly. Carl wonders, "To jump or not to jump?" l Q, 'elim eff ,, ,i lulll W, it me fs' ,pa ' I A fy r" K ,,,,.. Nxt ,fr xx Melanie hopes he moves than checker! Doesn'r Mark look ready IO hir the ball! Steve is caught "sitting down on the job." Sports . . . Be not dismayed if the events ofthe day appear to turn against you. Keep faith in o yourself . . . Qbecause you may be a Winnerj! i 5 1 0 47 sawmill dl v r 5524 t45Ui92UG44Q3E3.31 53 jsaq 14 51 I 1 "' T O A Q Q Q rf, J , r 1 Q 'F I E ,gen fm, ee, M ' ., A WWW fn 7 '-e,iL.5hemni. , . Y 5---12 wifi- 1,12 ' BOTTOM ROW - Allen Horn, manager, Charles Hudgeons, Michael Cross, Richard Sanders, James Horn, Brandon Carver, Blake Corbell, Dean Finney, Don Adams, Mike While, Gary Brown, David Daniels: MIDDLE ROW - Rodney Brown, manager, Eric Cowling, Herman Berry, Robby Haichett, Victor Nash, Michael Jones. Robbie Taaffe, Clyde: Clevenger, Jay Sanders, Terry Smith, John Bromsey, Lonnie French, Jerry Ermanup TOP ROW - Troy Lewis, Ricky Nash, Paul Bishop, Todd Duncan, Tim Howard, John Norwood, Mike Burney, Mitch Graham, James Green, Coach Scorry Smiih. Pee Wee Football is X t. . if .5 3 I J' .M-M ,, Q ' llsi L ll , an. . . . ersfefegiai BOTTOM ROW - Jerry Ermann, manager, Russ Carrell, Joe McDonald, Tommy McDonald, Audie Mclilhannon. Todd Duncan, Mark Russell, Bryar Halliday, Joe Reed, TOP ROW - Allen Horn, manager, Tracy Dickens, Dave Davis, Delvis Clark, Horace Berry, Claude Rogers, Brad McCombs, Danny Whisenhuni, manager, Rodney Brown, Coach Ronnie Jones. 48 SEATED - Kristie Pyron, Trina Free, Angela Norwood, Paula Key: STANDING - Mindy Salem, Karen South- erland. and Basketball Three on one isn't fair. Nemesha shows how its done. Carla tells Nemesha to rebound ' 'f ., p Q said ,g K H ' N gin! r I 1 -G U 7 t . J me fr ara. ..., , 'Hs L 2 'Mi --T. F W2 Q A I E g p . 1 J f F ga' I A 'Q' t' rx .5 I xl fs 2 J . . ,lea . 5 J , ll Vi 1241.14 9.3-1 E. tg? an-I 5 Z ,J : rw-J ' . 'ru 1 M.- -1... We . he f- C R fi r - . - - . Hb, tr a-but 'fy .-f , 5 J ' X iff . J -N Nl, F , C J .., h A" I A 1 f, .S ,J h-gi S Agn, 3 ' A 1 A O 'Ar .K L' Wg rg:.'x, 8 J 1-me fit, 43 .J if M- .14 a-at... J F315 -' H-'sw , ' J 5 'M . w W I. 'U V . y I I A xv , 465 I W ,V Mtv ' H . xx A ,r,4.f.,f.HM kkV,,: p ,MW ,V l --r V, n ' , " i A ' ' f rymyw xv , , W- C 1 J BOTTOM ROW - Jetty McElroy, Duane Roberts. Jerry Carver, Marty Oglesby, Henry Jones, Donald Anderson, Galen McElhannon, Doyle Smith, Carl Dunng SECOND ROW - Herman Berry, mgr. , Bill Dixon, mgr. , Jimmy Purtell, Barry Belanger, Mike Hudgeons, Billy Ray Smith, Hulon Self, Mike R. Smith, Jim Foster, Jimmy Wilder, mgr.q THIRD ROW - Charles Wilson, Mike V. Smith, Jackie Nash, Bobby Richards, John Salem, David Daniels: FOURTH ROW - Coach Bert West, Earl Easter. William Gilpin. Quevilla Hopkins, Roosevelt Crutchfield, Coach Merrill Mankin. Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman Foreman 50 Jr. High Football Jamboree 6 Stamps 8 Murfreesboro 0 Horatio 0 Dierks 0 Mineral Springs 7 Lewisville O Ashdown 86 DeQueen 20 There's a Foreman player somewhere underneath all that. ill' 'ff xx ' , rr Y M- , 'i 5 lr is a L-O-N-G way to the side line. Roosevelt tries to understand why he is being crushed each play. Gators foil the Leopards one more time. When the junior Gators started training in August, they knew they had a strong team. As the year progressed, both eighth and ninth graders were accepted for how much effort they put out, not what grade they were in. They had "togetherness" going for them, where everyone played team ball, not individual ball. Coach Mankin worked hard with the boys and was liked for it. As one freshman put it, "Yeah, he griped us out sometimes, but it only made us want to work that much harder." Some of the games throughout the season were a breeze. But others, like Murfreesboro, took team effort and determination to pull through a win. For Homecoming, everyone worked out harder and practiced more to really beat Lewisville. It showed, too, when they shut them out: Foreman 24, Lewisville 0. Duane and Jim Hue try to'get into the game. Quevilla gives Mike V. and Marty last minute instructions. to help Coach Man- kin. .ian FRONT ROW - Jerry Carver, Roosevelt Crutchfield, Duane Roberts, Henry Jones, Jim Klug, Barry Belanger, Mike R. Smith, Many Oglesby, Galen McE1hannon: SECOND ROW - Burt West, David Daniels, Mike V. Smith, Iackey Nash, Earl Easter, Hulon Self. Merrill Mankins. . QQ " kie 'um u 1 -WVU A K,, .' Jump up, Iac ,J p p. K ,V Jr. Hugh Basketball Mike R. scores two points. Whose ball will it be? "Nut -Q . ,Jin " J' .,, i W. r 3 -gal M.-,,,,...Ql:'6,,,,, ,W FRONT ROW - Mendi Monroe, 4lQ.iI'l.QMlil,Slll-QP, Annette Roberts, Mattlene Brown, Rosemary Crutchfield, Shelli Altenbaumer: SECOND ROW - Rhonda Brown, Lisa Woods, Debbie Smith, Nicole Johnson, Lisa Hardwick, Danette Fields, Vivian Bradley, Connie Dixon, Diane Jackson, Tammy Salem: TOP ROW - Burt West, Marva Wilson, Joyce Hollingsworth, Fonda Farmer, Kim Adams, Sarah Babcock. Legleigh Horn, Kelly Bell, Deborah Rolfe, Brenda Vanscoder, Judy Alexander. ' " Shelli decides it's time to score. Debbie decides that she wams the ball! Strong-arm techniques? ff 5 zo 's ,"-i ,Jef , J-as1FW""?n . Get on your mark: get ser: GO! !,,.,3.ff :fi-iffy f ,Q-QWM 4 k it 9, ,f f , ff- M , -V L 'f , f:M,f51f ' 1, ' 2 4' - 1 - , f fu. - ,. 1., .,,,m My 1 1 mf,.WW.' b m She'5 catching up wilh you, I k Maltlene is being watched. Nicole! 'Nez Does it hun? Give me that stick! iii.. Boys' Jr. High Track FRONT ROW - John Salem, Jim Foster, Jetty McElroy, Charles Wilson, Jerry Carver, Marty Oglesby, Jackie Nash. BACK ROW - Henry Jones Duane Roberts, Jim Klug, Roosevelt Crutchfield, Barry Belanger, Carl Dunn, Donald Anderson, Billy Ray Cursh. Jackie heaves-ho" with the shot. 555,1- .par John does a "'wind-up" before he hurls the discus. Henry rounds his last lap. Are these the marathon runners of the future? Runners, find your marks! Jr. High Cheerleaders and Pep Squad UA ..d' , ,--, ' . VA D: iw BOTTOM ROW - Kim Adams, Lezleigh Horn, Kelly Bell: MIDDLE ROW - Tammy Salem, Kristi Bell. Mascot, Shelli Altenbaumerg TOP - Mendi Monroe. FRONT ROW - Anna Jean Duncan, Debbie Taaffe, Kim Sain, Dana Stuart, Ann Easterg MIDDLE ROW - Margaret Taaffe, Carla Monroe, Leann LaVoice, Kristi Kay Pyron, Yvonne Rivers, Julia Brown: BACK ROW - Denise Coffey, Tanya Brown, Debbie Smith, Connie Dixon, Carlyn Lairmore, sponsor. ' .. et. it M I t ,, ..... gy y- -, V T ii Lt. rf A 1 4 - " C i sis . El I ,kb . a:,,,,,- 74? i-F J K ..., f H L3 ' ii" ' -'QA' 'K -' ,,-5,5 a 1 E ' ' .1 R The Jr. High Homecoming Queen for 1977-'78 is ANNETTE ROBERTS. Annette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts. She is a member of the freshman class, FTA, FHA, and has been a Student Council Representative for two years. She is also on the Ir. High Basketball team. Annette's attendants are Shataron Brown and Ieffry Simms. Annette was chosen Homecoming Queen by DAVID DANIELS. David is the son of Mrs. Magnolia Bromsey . He was chosen cap- tain by the Ir. Gator team. His position is running back on the Gator team. David, better known to his teammates as "Too Tall," has been a member of the Gator team for two years. When asked about David's feelings, he replied , "I am proud of myself and it was real nice of my friends to choose me for the captain of the FJHS football team. It was nice for Annette to say she would walk with me. I was very proud . " One of the happiest What a thrill it was to be moments in my life!" standing before the entire exclaimed Annette. Jr. High!" reflected Annette. "The roses may die, but my "I would have never made ' fth '11 ' 't ith tmyuncle." rlnjernvories 0 em wi Jr- 1 w ou They're already 'suited' out for the game! Shataron wonders if someday she might be queen. H 5 V f i 5,-121-5 f fi - we Mm W, H .ff fgdgl , ct P z. " -'miiifii ' e if . 3 V X is p .,.,...,, ,Vk k in K K J AA v K ,. -f sf - it ,L rah f . .. Y A M s - .4-4? were iq " ff fa 4' m is 0+ ,N wif f if .,t.. it ' lit y 1 w t Presenting the 1 977 a hush over the crowd as Mrs. Judy Adams announces - f ' 1 I j 'fGQood The ,Foreman Jr. High Cheerleaders welcome you to the 19'7'7,jHomecoming activities. We present to you Homecoming Royalty for 1977 .i . . , . KIM ADAMSIP the of Mr,,and Mrs. Joel Adams. Kim's is MJKIZQR. SMITH, son of Mr. and,yMrs. Scotty Smith. l I I '?,fQAfRAH,B,A'B.CQgIQ,V freshman, is the?daughterffirifgffilylr. CharlesjBabcock. SarahLs.egort is CHAQ,L -, some ollo :Q sf flrs' ,5 l I MrS,,1f e11s.Qn....1 sysyl,y . , LH I I it W KELLY BEIIL, llll the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.fBuddy Bell. Kelly. is escorted by JOHN SALEM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salemiifti l'lA ' I B .srs i .'yoy,. jfsij, . , M DEBORAH ROLFE, a member ofthe clay-Qfglis the daughter of Mrs. Ella Rolfe. Deborah was chosen by EEARL DEANIEASTER, Son of Mr. Earnest Easreriia' y DEBBIE TAEAFFE, freshman, is the daughter of Mr. andlfllilrs. John H. Taaffe. Debbie is being escorted by HULON SELF, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Doss Self. y LISA WOODS, freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woods. Lisa was selected as maid by JIMMY PUR- TELL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Josh Purtell. Q to - - JOYCE CAMPBELL, freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Ottis Campbell. Joyce was chosen by ENNIS JOHN- SON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Johnson. g 'I BARBARA KENNYBREW SMITH, freshman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs'.fjRaymond Smith. Barbara is being escorted by BILL DIXON, son of Mr. and Mrs. UlyssesfDixon. I I JJ' S. V111 High Hom VELMA JEAN selected as maid by MATTLENE was selected by TINA BROWN maid by TAMMY BARRY BELANGER, son of Mr. ALANA BISHOP, freshman, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith. VIVIAN BRADLEY, a escorted QXJACKIE NASH, son is a being by BILLY RAY SHEELI ALSTENBAUMER, GILPIN, son of Mr. and S This concludes our nn l Mrs . Mrs. WSUY an Danny 3 'ty of Mr. and Mrs. B, F..fGIeen..Ve1ma was memberigofithe freshman class. She grade: Tina was chosen ast Miss?5Z3lfarles5Sa1em. Her escort chosen by MIKE, V. SMITH , son of Ruthie Bradley. Vivian is being 'S.,e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith. She is E. E. Aitenbaumer."She11i vgas chosen by :S 1 Sr. High Cheerleaders FRONT ROW - LaQuita Norwood, Lana LaVoice, Lori LaVoiceg SECOND ROW - Carol Murphy, Sheri Broomfield, Kay Murphy: BACK ROW Martha Monroe, Lindy Broomfield. It must have been a hot night! And we won by t-h-i-s much! 60 Did they forget the cheer? v. 1. E33 or X !! Homecoming - Tm, a ff ' 1 ff I I TT' , al Ti' 'A 'Mi H f iff 5' tg, '11, aff gg f ,. 'ii' 0' XV' X.. ' if my p N ,ix WA Ask anybody even remotely involved in the homecom- ing festivities, and you'll find that they still remember how hectic it was. Monday, there was only talk and excitement for the week ahead. Blind enthusiasm clouded the vision of everyone. It was going to be a glorious homecoming - and EVERYTHING would fall into place, just as planned. Tuesday, there was a scrimmage basketball game for the senior high girls with Horatio, so decorating the Homecoming float was put off until Wednesday. Wednesday . . . that's when the butterflies started migrating south - straight to the maids' stomachs. Right after school, the girls all went to the fair building to dec- orate the float. Ideas were scarce, but they did a pretty good job in spite of it. Then at 5:00 that night they were up at the football field to practice with their night escorts. Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Wright worried about whether the music would end with the write-ups, if Sheri would get them timed, and if Mr. Calloway would stop the band for Lori. Since some of the girls' escorts weren't there that night, each one was worried, but hoping, that everything would turn out okay Friday night. Thursday rolled around, and all the maids had to do was practice walking at noon with the football boys. That night, some went to the junior high football game to take their minds off the cares of homecoming - they'd have enough the next day. Friday!!! The big day had come at last. Maids were dismissed at 10:10, Cthe junior maids got out of an English testj and their escorts at 11:10. By 12:30 everyone was at the gym, getting their mug shots taken and getting thor- oughly nervous. Mothers busied themselves combing that one unruly strand of hair on their daughters' foreheads, and begged them to flash a pretty smile. But it was Bob who was being difficult today. He simply WOULD NOT smile for pictures! lust as the pictures were being finished, somebody acci- dentally tipped over one of the flower arrangements and spilled water all over the floor, and almost all over Lori. The bell rang, and everyone rushed to get in their places. Then, the music started . . . The procession was lovely . Maids were radiant and their escorts were proud - and victory-sure. And Bob finally showed off his cute grin. As the queen was announced, a stillness came over the audience. It was, as the cliche goes, "the moment everyone had been waiting for." Lawrence, looking the perfect gentleman, coronated Lori, gently slipping the crown into her hair. Mark tenderly put the robe on her shoulders with a kiss. The ceremonies were truly a dream. Once again, during the parade, things fell into place. CMeaning, the flower arrangement did its neat little trick again and this time really spilled on Lori !J At the pep rally, the junior high cheerleaders did a fantabulous job of cheering for the game ahead. Lawrence said that he'd like for us to go to state with a win under our belt, and the crowd agreed in decibels. The football boys really let looseg they knew they had everyone's support and they knew they had the team with which to win their Homecoming game. Needless to say, THEY DID! That night 'at the game nobody could decide on which side the escort was supposed to walk, but they finally agreed to walk with the girl on the right and her escort on the left. Mr. Wayne Dale Murphy was especially proud that night. He had THREE daughters walking in the same homecoming Ca Foreman firstj , in the first year the Gators had won district 'outright' since he was a captain, Cin 19565, and that in itself was one of the true meanings of Homecoming. 62 SENIOR HIGH For Lori, the special part was, "getting queen." As the maids walked out onto the field, and their write-ups were read , the audience fell to a hush. This was the 1977 Homecoming - "the year of the Gator," and all of Foreman was proud. The Homecoming dance. sponsored by the Foreman Kiwanis Club, turned out well. It started out to be a dress-up dance, but apparently not everyone knew that. Some came in jeans, some in blazers and skirts. It was an enjoyable nightcap for a splendid Homecoming. HOMECOMING, 1977 WHAT MADE IT SPECIAL TO ME . . 1 . . winning the game, of 2 . . walking with such a 3 . . just being in my very 4 . . knowing that I was up course . " sweet guy. " first homecoming." there with the winners." 5 . . being a part of one of 6 . . first cheering for such '7 . . having two sisters in 8 . . being on our way to the best years the Gators have a super team: then walking in it with me to share the state." ever had." such a 'special' homecoming." butterflies." Gator H 1 ff J-ag -P115 v E it I A 1 . fi The Foreman Gators at the state playoffs. Mark Sanders Steve Casteel BOTTOM ROW - Walter Watlington, James Caery, Steve Casteel, Richard Mclilhannon, Danny Hawkins, Lawrence Cursh, Cliff Oglesby, Bobby Easter, Andre Easter, Dexter Dunn: MIDDLE ROW - Coach Merrill Mankins, Mark Sanders, Morris Bradley, Mike Altenbaumer. Mark Halliday, Mark Cleghorn, Laney Lawrence, Rendall Irwin, Wayne Watlington, Coach Larry Stueartg TOP ROW - Mgr. Terry Cof- fey, Willis Smith, Berry Gabbard, Ray Hardwick, Rod McElhannon, Coach Bobby Freeze, Archie Cody, Stan Smith, Frank McDonald, Mgr. Carl Compton, Coach Burt West. Horatio if,t ,Stamps ' 6 ' 13 csisrt 8 27 ,r,r,l 6 21 14 0 -','f 1 'lt'fft ,,,' 42 6 , r r , , , 23 21 gags T ,fa L A:,1 Lf 53,1 s--'.'r'A,f1'-tr:1.1 ,-,J., - ,f 41 0 ,sscti,,, Kix' Danny Hawkins Willis Smith Laney Lawrence Hon. Mention All-Dist., All-S.W. Ark. Football In early August, training began for newly-appointed head coach Bobby Freeze and the Gators. The actual size of the team had left them with the 1977 graduation, but this year they had a willingness to sweat that was to keep them going strong throughout the season. The most outstanding factor in their favor was to work, and win as one . . . 1 Dexter Dunn Rod McE1hannon Richard McE1hannon A11-District Is this voodoo or the night before the big game . ,A ,vw ' sz f -g Wife ,,' j Yi -f f L Nr? f " 1 'N- ,Q L. If:5g3 Down! One. two . . . Ray Hardwick Lawrence Cursh A11-District All-State Morris Bradley receives a pep talk. Archie wonders, "What was his number, again?" -A. SGW : N fa ,y .xg ..r-' sf' was +iA"'W ' ff'-N pg k K, ,png G ' ' y , , ,, '-.. T' 6 'E 1 3 1 7 Cliff Oglesby Mark Halliday Walter Watlington James Caery Morris Bradley All-District The Gators began their season by beating Horatio 26-8. This was due to a lot of determination and just enough pressure to live up to that number three state ranking. The pressure, however, was not what won their successive games. It was a combination of some spirit from the band and the cheerleaders, and a strong sense of team togetherness . . . Q l Go - G: Go - O: Go - Gators - Go! Lf., 9 Mike Altenbaumer Mark Cleghorn Hon. Mention All-Dist., All-S.W. Ark., All-State Mark runs for a touchdown. By unanimous decision, Dierks was voted the most challenging game for the Gators. Coach Freeze put it this way, . . I was scared to death. I knew, and the kids knew, that to win this one would mean the district championship. We had to give it all we had, AND MORE. Early breaks gave it all to Dierks, but never quitting and tough playing gave it ALL to Foreman." Then came the state playoffs with Mt. Pine. Coach Freeze had this to say about it, ". . . We knew what to expect from Mt. Pine but we didn't know they had so many ways to do it. We hit hard and played well but it took its toll on the team after a hard season. COACH FREEZE: He was with us from the beginning Coach Bobby Freeze began his 1977 season as head football coach unlike any other coach in recent years He had coached his senior boys in their 8th 9th and 11th grade years literally grow- ing with them Che as a coach they as a teamj. As one senior put It was that knowledge Calong with a little P T A .J that took a relatively small team to the state playoffs He was a disciplinarian. It was going to take some pushing some griping some regirnentation to get to the top Coach Freeze knew it and made it work. He knew his stuff At season s end hard feel- ings were at the bare mini- mum if there were any at all The guys were proud of their 'YA North District Cham- pionship but prouder still of Coach Bobby Freeze I I I ! it, "He knew us." 7 ' ' I I , . N Y N l Y Lawrence wonders, "What happened?" GAT ES SMSERS Bobby Easter Rendall Irwin Wayne Watlirigwn Hon. Mention 67 Mark gets the hand off while Morris blocks. 'aw . I ,ei .H y W J .st W Q H ,, . E , 45, v-. . 1? Bo Easter if ' Archie Cody Stan Smith All-Dist. Haut sn. 7' Berry Gabbard X 3355, X fi'39P'iG2 'gif 'i I H, ' Q ' 1' ' x Y X s .J it IW 5? if Frank MacDonald On Winning. . . Here are few words from the senior Gators con- cerning their 1977 season. lt . . was like a dream come true!" . . gave me pride and memories that no one can take away." . . was great being a senior on a winning team. " . . was definitely an experience. The guys were brought together and the coaches were the BEST, because they worked with everyone." . .meant - we're iii!" The cycle continues Juniors will move up to become seniors sopho mores to become juniors. They will have an opportunity to carry on the yet another beginning kafiw -M . " E 1 l - . , ig V 'ix winning tradition, as the '77 Gators believe they will. For tomorrow is T K - V. 68 ' ' 4 Morris, did it o ' 'P B Sr. 3 , - .. i S gf' k in e t b a I AQ, x- awi A E Stan, what are you DOING to Archie? Get it, Laquira! g ln, Who's got the ball? Brenda and Laquita Lry out new Kung-Fu movements. ,, 'V I S f . A K ThaL's the Starburst blast-off! Sr. Boys' Basketball . L. And Stan Y passes to Carl!! But where is Carl!'?! gl-Av ,Xe-fl,lf TF 5 - ga fr, sl . W. 2' C. What do I do now? R. Carl goes up for the rebound. Ray Hardwick, Stan Smith, Carl Compton, Archie Cody, Larry Williams, Rod Mol-Ilhannon, Pete Johnson, Steve Casteel, Bobby Brown, Dean Klug, Bill Dixon, Morris Bradley, Lonnie Cursh, Willis Smith, Van Dell Compton. According to Coach Bert West, the Sr. boys completed a successful season this year with an 13-7 record. The strong points of this year's team were the solid defense and good overall team rebounding. The Gators averaged 62 points per game and allowed only 47 per game. In rebounds, they averaged 44 to their oppo- nent's 33. They capped off their season by win- ning the district title. Also, Archie Cody and Morris Bradley were named to the all-district team. Basketball coach Bert West had a very suc- cessful first year with the Gators and is expect- ing big things next year with many returning starters. 70 THEY Dierks 42 Dierks 54 Fouke 33 Fouke 49 Glenwood 29 Horatio 22 Horatio 37 Lockesburg 49 Lockesburg 55 Mineral Springs 56 Mineral Springs 74 Murfreesboro 34 Murfreesboro 34 l 2 I Archie Cody signs a contract for a bas- ketball scholarship at Paris, Texas. Sr. Girls' Basketball This year's team was relatively young and inexperienced, but with potential. Their season record was 7-15. With many lettermen returning, they expect to greatly improve next year. The Gatorettes have six girls returning that were starters at one time or another. Coach Bert West says that Martha Monroe, an all- district forward and the team's leading scorer, will be back next year. Also returning is Brenda Hardwick, the leading rebounder. Coach West instructs as the Bobsey twins look on. Georgia Fields, Alcie Cursh, Lindy Broomfield, Cindy Coursey, Sheila Compton, Laquita Norwood, Carol Murphy, Brenda Hardwick, Kay Murphy. Becky Smith, Sheri Broomfield, Pam Weed, Johnnie Wright, Versia Easter, Renee Quick, Martha Monroe. 1 That's right, - l Versia, you 1 dia it to WE THEY f her!! ! 76 Dierks 51 61 Dierks 40 62 Fouke 56 47 Fouke 58 50 Glenwood 58 74 Horatio 39 I 79 Horatio 47 39 Lockesburg 62 28 Lockesburg 58 39 Mineral Springs 26 53 Mineral Springs 61 44 Murfreesboro 57 47 Murfreesboro 68 7l fi" H Xiao' N, Q 4 'f 'If mms , f K f in., District Champs ABOVE: Morris Bradley stands alone at the free throw at the state play-offs. BELOW: Stan and Carl outreach the others for the rebound . - 7A North Basketball ABOVE: Carl Compton vies with "Marve1" of Mineral Springs for the tip. BELOW: Willis patiently awaits his free throw. ABOVE We re No 1. proclaim the bas ketball Gators as they receive their trophy. 'uv lllll f ur f vm' 4 8 yn VM'-f , A K ff " V K, gi? L k,4:w '2 't 'r 5 gg. ,Z .7-H, . 1 ffm . 4-..., -uf, , 1, 1-if -. ,-.1 ,. .,,.,, ..,. ,Q-Hg, V . , 11,.-,,.,,, ft, ,',, I . , . V Rod "flies through the air with the greatest of ease . . Sr. High Bo puts a lot of force behind that shot put. Wayne "walks" in mid-air. Track Wayne Wallington, Dexter Dunn, Willis Smith, Rendall Irwin, Bobby Easter, Mark Gorman, Bill Dixon, David Daniels, Ray Hardwick, Lawrence Cursh, Rod Mciilhannon, Cornelius Johnson, Andre Easter, Coach Larry Steuart. Willis "drags" Lawrence along. 74 Wade wonders, "ls this the beginning or the end?" "Hey, Stan. look at that girl over there!" The six dollar man, Mark. The low rider, David. On your mark . . . Get set . . . GO! I! And the Gator track team is off and running! At the starting line for the sprints stand speedsters Lawrence and "Pooter Rabbit." Dexter and Mark are loosening up for the relay with a vision of victory in their minds. Wayne's got his mind on two things - hurdles and the 440 relay, but at least he knows he's got help on the relay from "Too Tall." For Ray and "Worm," the mile run s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s ahead. Pete decides he's got the stuff to hack the 440. Dean and Stan KNOW for hopel they've got this 880 dash licked. Two miles is a long, long way, but Bill and Wade are sure they can take it. Rod looks at the other pole vaulters to size them up, and "sizes" favorably. These hardworking guys lost the district title by a mere four points to Dierks, but Wayne Watlington and Willis Smith Chigh point men at the district meetj, Dean Klug, Rod Mclilhannon, Lawrence Cursh, Dexter is Rendall learns what E:mc2 means - ENERGY. Dunn, David Daniels, and Pete Johnson got to enter the state finals in Arkadelphia in both individual and team events. Now are we great? Heyyy! I ! The senior high girls' track team was out on the track running, panting, hurdling, sweating, throwing, and seeing double when track season opened , and their efforts showed. Altogether, these twelve girls ran the 880, 440, and mile relays, the 220 and 100 yard dashes, the hurdles, and threw the shot and the discus. At the state track meet in Arkadelphia, the relay team, consisting of Venita, Versia. and Georgia, and Renee, set two new records of 52.6 in the 440 and 1:51 in the 880. Sheila was second in the shot put and Versia won the 220 dash in a record setting time of 26.9. The team as a whole came in third in State, but they have a good shot at it next year, and they will "DO IT - TO IT!" On your mark . . . Get set . . . GO! ! "Well, it's not my fault!" claims Renee. "Let me see if I can land on that bug down there." says Versia . 75 Georgia Fields "guts it out while running the Pam Weed takes a breather after winning the Sheila prepares for a "big spin-off. " relay." 880, FRONT ROW - Becky Jackson, Martha Monroe, Renee Quick, Versia Easter, Venita Curshq BACK ROW - Lindy Broomfield, Carol Murphy Sheila Compton, Kay Murphy, Alcie Cursh, Martha Stuart. Coach Burr West. Alcie shows us how it's done. Venita and Renee take both lst and Znd. K Q . or M -4 f-V ' 'Ap- Sponsored by Davis Mobile Service in Ashdown, Arkansas Larry says, "Look, Mom, both hands!" No, Mike, you can'1 hir it unless you look at Randy jumps rope on rhe parallel bar it! Docs Lisa Irusl Shelly" Coach Froozu hnpus lisa nlousnu fall! Spuusorgd lvy Foolgozxr Unlimited The Foreman The 1977-'78 Band Officers are: President - Gary Gauldin Vice Pres. - Jim Klug Sec.-Treas. - Kathy Klu Reporter - Kathy Pieratt SC Representative - Lisa Meredith Quarter Master - Rosemary Hawkins Gator Band , . fzig, if , WBAQ gxwgdt a 1. FRONT ROW - Lisa Meredith, Patti Newman, Rosemary Hawkins: MIDDLE ROW - Kathy Klug, Chiquita Fields, Linda Wright, Karen Anderson, LaQuita Stuart, Melanie Moore, Lisa Brown, Sherry Fagan, Sandra Woods, Laurel Klein, Tillie Butler, Wendy Lawrence, Tanya Brown, Melanie Hadaway, Rosa Johnson. BACK ROW - Bruce Cranfill, Bobby Trotter, Jerry Carver, Brenda Vanscoder, Joe Nolen, Ricky White, David Bush, Renee Lisenby. Nicole Johnson, Barry Belanger, Mark Edwards, Gary Gauldin, lim Klug, Kathy Pieratt. 2. Some people play with the drums, some people play their horns, and some people just play! 3. Are these the three Stooges? 4. Caught in the act! 5. "I broke this much off that drumstick! " bragged Curtis. 6. Senior spirit overpowers all others! 7. Gary likes to play solo. The Sr. High Band started the 1977-'78 school year with a new director, Mr. Thomas Callo- way. Mr. Calloway got the band to play more peppy and encouraging music at all the foot- ball games - besides working up several new half-time shows. The band played at all the pep-rallies, and even traveled to the state- playoffs with half the town of Foreman! After football season, the band presented several concerts. A few of the members even went to the Solo and Ensemble Contest and some tried out for All-Region. The year ended successfully with an awards banquet, which was held in the high school cafeteria. XS .Cf X gl Shouldn't this band be at attention? J 1 A typical Foreman football game. DRUM MAIORETTE: Martine Iohnson. All MAIORETTES: Rosemary Hawkins, Lisa Meredith. and Patti Newman. The Gator Band payed a special tribute to Elvis Presley. Just because Mrs. Hallie Anderson's granddaughter, Cindy Sagely, married an aspiring young Arkansas Razorback kicker, we got one of the most popular sports figures in the nation to speak at our Sports Banquet. Who was this "man for All Sports?" Why, Steve Little, of course! He together with district titles in basketball and football made the 1978 All-Sports Banquet a real success. There were other sparkling facets of the banquet, but some, like Coach West's brilliant monologue, were bet- ter left at home. fNot reallyy Spirited conversation bubbled from table to table before, during, and after the banquet, for "Foremanites" love to talk. Lively humor sparked the speeches during the awards presenta- tion. Later on came autograph signing and picture taking time. The awards given at the All-Sports Banquet are as follows: FOOTBALL: Dedicated - Danny Hawkins: Improved - Wayne Watlington: MVP - Mark Cleghorn. GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Improved - Versia Easter: MVP Offense - Martha Monroe: MVP Defense - Sheri Broomfield: Rebound - Brenda Hardwick. BOYS' BASKETBALL - Improved - Carl Compton: MVP Offense - Archie Cody: MVP Defense - Morris Bradley: Rebound - Archie Cody. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL - Alcie Mae Cursh. All-Sports Banquet ' ':-- annum. I it tt LEFT: Coach Freeze gives the 7A-North f, fs an an ' W s , . J4JL.aLf,Ql,,t,:w.:. . . ., ., . 1 I 4 N ',,- v fy, .3 rr' District Football trophy to Mr. Smith. A A 5 t , V 1 L. i I Q RIGHT: Coach West explains to Mr. Smith 'w ,,1fg2lL .. t . , t " I what the '7A-North District Basketball tro- t ' ,W 2: . ' -' Q , '- M V , , ' h is. 3:5 r L, N , if ,V .s -M . 1 t Mark and Lawrence give Coach Freeze an appre- 10hflI1i6 Lou 1'6CSiV6S her SSYHOI plaque f01' Cliff receives his Senior P1-361116 for fOOl ciation award . basketball. ball. Steve Little Signg autogtaphg, Coach Stueart voices his hopes for a dis- Sheri enjoys receiving a cheerleader award from trict title in track. Mrs. Baker. People We Started at the Bottom and Developed a Foundation upon Which to Grow and Mature. 4 1 w 1 4 4 V I 83 Administration l fm H1 Elem . Secretary Karon Milam Elem . Principal Johnny Alford Ir. High Secretary - Judy Adams Jr. High Principal - s Charles Babcock Sr. High Secretary - Joanne Woods Sr. High Principal - Scotty Smith Supt. 's Secretary - Martha Meredith :eh fifvil -0. 1 ,' , . va 2 ' ' gi li 4' H ,kg 'yyf pf fff,, ,gm-,, 1 'e- J-V I , 'H ' 1 .1 fag' ' SL . , S i," at - fzf g ' f irffmmi 'v X, .1-351 ,f 'MM' f - X ,ii. i Q ,,,i W t M flifffifefs'- 'wizz ff 55,5 Q f 1,,"'t 1g. :gqm2L f au' f ats? ' S f K A - f- - Q -N 5?aifga,i' iv,f- 5 Iii,-gui.: - 4 ,, X 1 -,M-'G:1,w,yy ',:ff -' 'M' uv' ' ' Nm. ,' if ,Sf l'.!.'.Qs,M'4 , N ff" M'f'ifLf1-ff' A air? Asst. Supt. - Superintendent - Oscar Hamilton Ray Watson School Board 1 Mr. Gordon McE1hannon - Mr. Leon Newman - Mr. Kenny Cowling President Vice-President Secretary 11 we-Qi-1 fe --F f -r 412fi7vfl5-ef? I1 W ' -..ul f W -ii AK' Mr. Solon Moore - Mr. James Roberts - Member Member The Men Behind the Scenes Personnel FF' ,,,, Nr Annu is H i BUS DRIVERS: Floyd Ross, Charles Babcock, Willie Royal, Jack Mclineely, Bill Stuart, Arthur Green, Gary Stewart, Guffie Gooden, Howard Oglesby. uf" 5we,i fi f,fa , I 1 ' r W , ,sf JUNIOR HIGH CAFETERIA: Mary Hardwick, Maydell Hamilton, Janice Mur- chison, Pauline Gregory, Ann Rogers. Flo Smith, manager, and Delois Berry. N, 'QW rrr. I, , Q tfr, I ,, lslr I jgfiif: . P SR. HIGH CAFETERIA: Ruby Sanders, Mae Nolen, Alberta Cursh, Mildred Maloney, Arnice Hatchett. NOT SHOWN - Betty Gregory. MAINTENANCE: Bruce Walker, Henry Kegley, and Mark Klein, maintenance Valentine Lisenby, custodian. William Henegar. 86 Myrtle Kegley, custodian Hallie Oglesby, custodian I pq v , x 1 I Christine Moore Rena Mae Hooks M! o , J ,, E55 w..- f 'v-W-W , S may Gail Lansdell Opal Gauldm Maumee Smnh Vers1a Wllls Ruth Sharp Clemmle Roberts 'ir iff M kv B f -og Donna McCombs Ib. f 5 ly Q x fx -14: x N W5 v 5 QQ EFX 5 Eid P of 4 u ?'xvLM 'X Q1 X' X?-if gs. F C GJ 'U 3 5 N .E L. O 3 U1 .E x ou Loo fe hat 88 Elementary Faculty I H 210.11-12' i aa I ' , - . gk.. ff 71 I s it ,lf 2 llil i f 3 ,. 1. Henrietta Norwood, Kindergarten, . . smiles and laughter that come from the inner self to be channeled down life's river . . 2. Sherline Murphy, kindergarten, . . eagerness to learn and a positive attitude toward self - and the other GOOD things . . 3. Alice White, kindergarten. . . for love, fun, excitement, an eagerness to learn and a burst of energy in all my stu- ldents . . . and this calls for a lot of love, .-'sv xx. r x understanding and patience from the teacher. . 4. Vicki LaVoice, first, . . a child with the desire to learn." 5. Jacqueline Stanback. first, . . a student who has a sense of responsibility, for others as well as for himself . . . who is honest . . . who just loves to go to school. . 6. Harriet Babcock, . . a boy or girl who comes to school eager to learn . . . willing to put forth the effort necessary to EE ,,...,.4 l l l l l accomplish this . . . who has beer taught to be courteous, kind, and respect ful of the rights of others." 7. Ruth Casteel, second 8. Winona Armer, second . . student who want to learn." 9. Elaine Cowling, second, . . a stui dent who is willing to accept the chall lenge of learning in order to "do better' rather than "know something more." at ,W 'X A 4 ' if fa? ,,f?f45' ,, it -at,,,.- " N f"'I2 N Q MN' 1: ai., .K ,,.-,, ,,,-. Q . L . '11, 5 , ' x 'af e ,ay , ...P 1 r ia f' f f X 1 2 +-'Vx 1. Cathy Jones. third, . . the desire to learn, interest in what is going on, and respect among all students." 2. Ronnie Jones, third, . . a desire to learn and respect for teachers and fellow students . . 3. Ola Mae Latham, fourth, . . hon- esty, truthfulness, respect, courteous. understanding, and respect of others and E 'ns .F 1 9 their property." tesy, honesty, and effort." 4. Vella Wright, fourth, . . a Chris- 8. Sandra Calloway, remedial reading, tian home background." . . honest, hard working, eager and 5. Barbara Knighten, fourth, . . a willing to learn." spirit of willingness to learn: then indus- 9. Ronnie L. lohnson, special education, trious students . . . . a student who is in school to learn 6. Alma Pullen, fifth, . . courtesy, and willing to try a task without saying, honesty, and effort. " "I can't, no matter how hard the problem 7. Mildred Woods. fifth. . . cour- maybe." 89 gs. i C GJ 'U 3 K CU .E L O 3 U1 .E .ac 0 ou Lo fe hat Junior High Faculty 1. Freddie Mae Hamilton. science. . . a student who is willing to work, no matter how hard the task may be . . . one who respects his teachers, peers, and himself . . 2. Princess Lollies, special education, . . a need as well as a desire to learn . . . a student should have respect above all things . . . for himself and this should automatically bring about respect for his teachers and peers . . Merril Mankin, football. I 1-', -1 'nm JK am... Sharon Oglesby, science. . . a "good student" who is industrious, courteous and considerate of his classmates . . . should have integrity and be pleasant." 5. Carol Sanford, English. 6325+ f k 1 ' l , V 3 IS N 'LLL . r 1. Gary Stewart, math, " student who does everything his ability . . . . . a good to the best of is 1 A-in.. 2. Bill Stuart, math. 3. Diana West, English, . . one who displays a sincere desire to learn. Most important would be a good attitude . . . which reflects in all areas of a student's 1ife." 1. 4. Buford Williams, social science . . a student to be tactful and dependable, courteous and considerate honest and have respect for others." f fl WE . 7 AE- . .-ftiwfjix up ' by Jia Q 'T' H. 4 J at t IR W .,,p qs. 5 C : i N .E H i .E X -I 3 H -I-I Q .C Senior High . . . 'UMW illmf Jawa haw Pgnl i - THE TMC 1. Shirley Bailey, commercial arts, . . a student who has these five qualities: obedience, consideration, respect, pleasing personality, and ambition." 2. Anita Baker, mathematics, . . a student who is interested in learn- ing." 3. Thomas Calloway, band, . . stu- dents who try to show great effort them- selves . . . to conduct themselves in a school spirited manner at all times." 4. Marilake Farmer, home economics. . . honesty, cooperation, kindness, willingness to learn, and patience." 5. Bobby Freeze, football, . . an honest and out-going person. One who can admit mistakes and tries to correct them H Vmat t , . :ssfsst -msswrf-QW.-J.-1. mmmq-w-A., fe,w,,,5Gss...M..f.- ,-M.,.,.evmw.,,,,,Q,,. in..,. aa A 6. Margaret Harrison, English. . . one who is attentive, anxious to learn. and interested in many things . . 7. Carlyn Lairmore, special education . . courtesy . . . a sense of self- respect, as well as respect for others." 8. Janet McArthur, counselor . . stu- dents who really want to learn and those who have a good attitude about learn- ing." Faculty ,ak 1 X.. NJ., f ',f K W I - fx.fs-v""'L 'N-"Z 1. Beatrice Reed, English, . . a posi- tive attitude about life in general and an enthusiastic attitude about learning in particular." 2. Larry Stueart, track, . . a student who has a real desire to learn and applies himself, no matter how much ability he may have. " 3.Norma Smith, English, . . the stu- dent to become aware of himself and his surroundings and in turn, respect for this awareness of creativity whether it be on REH4 4, paper or canvas." 4. Connie Walters, English, . . one who possesses a friendly, decent attitude toward other students as well as teachers. The attitude should also reflect a sense of responsibility to fulfill the obligations of the class. " 5. Bert West, basketball, . . integ- rity, desire, pride, and a certain amount of self-motivation." 6. Larry Larimore, agriculture. 7. .il 7. Michael Wolf, history, . . the fundamental virtue of any good student is integrity. Such a foundation accel- erates learning by allowing for 111.16 evaluation of self which tends toward maturity . . 8. Linda Wright, science, . . one who cares about learning, has a good attitude about learning life in general and participates in school activities H urphy's l'S en inderga .gn G3 P IE GD CD ll 94 Jeannie Carver Angela Clark Stacy Cleghorn Donald Dedmon Clemmie Dunn Stacy Green Randall Gregory Roy Hooks Brad Kendrick Steven Key Johnnie Knighten Vernon Knighten Erick Jones Jo Ann LaVoice Angela McRae Sherry Moore Marty Reed Bryan Roden James Haywood Dion Hemphill Wesley Horn Vincent Jones Bryant Lewis Kara McCombs Leland McGough Sarah Milam Brian Talley Demond Reeves Wade Walters Kandy Jones Anthony Smith Dexter Smith Mark Smith Tony Sturgeon Won't somebody PLEASE come push me? Anthony Anderson Charles Baker Steven Beard Brett Blackburn Elizabeth Brooks Kelly Davis Cindy Dixon Darrell Hatchett Sponsored by TONY'S ATHLETIC SUPPLY , DeQueen, Arkansas 'e on ni 'st 'Q-N. Ja afsffi' 1 'ev . , Q it ist, me 351 ts A 1 . 'zu' ' - 1. , 7,4 f 0 i ff" 5, W- - Y, .951 il , ,, , ' 5 I' A Q ' 1'-Avon 1 .,. ,. 'K , if '27 "1 Amy west Ealine Young We - ll 'A' 'vs 1"4 - of Brian Baker Shatrena Betts Wendy Clowers Christina Dean Kevin Dillihunt Melissa Ermann Todd Finley Robin Freeze Brant Gamble Anthony Hardwick Todd Galdin Edna Haywood Christy Hudson Brian Reynaud Russell Sharp Ann Marie Shoals Tonya Smith Lana Warrick LEFT: "Now, if I draw another line, maybe I will have a triangle," reasons Anthony Anderson. RIGHT: "I'll bet this is exactly how the third little pig built his brick house," thinks Anthony Roden. Q Todd watches to make sure Wendy does not Stacey and Christina are real swingers. overcharge him. 'SJ .IO s,poo U! Q. CD -1 LQ N Q Ili CD 3 95 rs. La oice's rade First S ee I'S. 3St 96 Paul Anderson Ella Baker N J M ,sf Bobbiette Betts V Kimberly Carrell M Shelly Crow " I Tim Davis V Q I Rhonda Dinihum 1 Chris Gauldin I I ' has . Tom Green ,354 if Perry Hall L Jamie Heath '1f+44Q-f2Li':'f::rrL.,-1-I .X Jimmy Kendrick g ,, - I, Lacy Kent , ,L Stephanie Miller Efyg. V J Johnny Rivers K ' Donna Roberts I Robin Russell min? ,rlfigz Y Gary Shoals Cleveland Smith Charles Taaffe + , . Susan Taaffe Q15 Samuel Vance "' James Wright LEFT: Now, let me show you a really hard trick. RIGHT: Robin and Maurissa prove that first and second graders can be friends if they really want to. Kristie Anderson James Coffman Calvin Compton Jason Cross Roger Franklin Debbie Green Mark Gross Dewayne Hall Penny Haywood Tracey Hendrix Wayne Kegley George Knighten Sandra Lansdell Leigh Lewis Elizabeth Lisenby Tina McDonald Tommy Cglesby Steven Reeves Sheri Simmons LeRoy Smith Shane Southerland Valerie Walker Jerome Williams Vickie Wright , Q 5 sw is ' X ffg'vfw?, ff 9 f 0 mags, , ,rs ,, K. f""H at 4 8 I K , , V I . uf 1' , - V f : J N lik zu 54. uv A . y A 4 0 ,K 'els in J gn ! 4 L- I Ili? a l ' "f If f Q m A V,?5?,,a,.qS4 ,V ' .uns " 5. x4 vw' I . J vm ,, -sf , . in L, I Ni. 5 ,jx I ' I 'J' J Q' A Risk Aisha W, H 1, I 0 "' L, , I ' x N-' I '- Y' -- " Cf 359 M as i'iJ, 5 J JVJJ -", 1 I ' f . m Q illg N ,W ,V SIL ,sv VA. ,.., i I , ' ra, E ,A ALA '-"'V 5 Ijffi' I QW - a s J 'all L. lil ef, J':fH1L'U:Qi23i J? H fs ,i-- rs SQL I 'J ' J 'ffl 5' I A ,- ' JA 3 W ..J- 'V i ' fu. sri, , V, " V A -1 x L31 ix 1, - . Kari ,, -, y , -4- Us i ,,- guy., - il, . . 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You'd better not eat that bug: it'1l Michael Akins Willie Baker Kevin Burris Vanessa Carver Chad Davis Cody Dunn Danny Eddy Kim Frady Cynthia Franklin Bridget French Michael Friday Quezetta Haddox Leroy Hardwick John Hemphill Derrick Johnson Khristie Keim Tammy Knighten Dwayne Powell give you the stomach ache! an F yaig, ww. This looks like it's really going to be a hard-fought battle. Get on your mark . . . Get set . . . SWING! Sponsored by KNOD GROCER CO. , DeQueen, Arkansas H S- 1 9' Ill' na : U' na o E cn I! Q UI na- -1 N Q. 0 ID 'L GJ L U5 L mm ac U Q U .Q N CD L CD --, o s: :s fa. U3 w sc w 53 n :r sw -. Q. I1 0 S 3 r LEFT: Richard and loc display their artistic tal- ent. RIGHT: Foreman Elementary School brings to you the Olym- pic team of the future. LEFT: Sonya wonders if the teachers really hid any Easter eggs. RIGHT: Cutouts are not as easy to make as they look, are they Maurisa? LEFT: what do you think the answer is? 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M g , flr Mark Russell Stephanie Shoals James Sturgeon Sonja Wilkinson Gary Stepp Horace Berry Tracy Dickens Gina Fagan Carmen Godwin Bryan Halliday Michael Hatcheu Malissie Haywood Connie Heath Pam Heath Henry Hooks Teresa Hudson Melissa Lipscomb Joe McDonald Tommy McDonald Michael Pius Anita Powell Claude Rogers Vickie Royal Mrs. Knighten's VALENTINE SWEETHEARTS - Bryan Halliday and Sonya Wilkerson. T A J' fiffvmfvw Vs'?PAj l fx iz ",,f,1J,f Rs X 'f 'lysis 'x loosiss r l A .ssk,r :f f V as -r . I WQVI J .4 . 5, Vibk 5 air . I ,VL ZKL K ,1.M.,l.-.,sg,- fL,Wr.,3,j5ws..r1- f '9"""m - , . r'.,' . Ulf? -f krk. - .- . I ,K I . ,Q D 5.5, A A .L.it if A F 1 M -V g bgqg M , ,r.. A Q5 tf i Hiiww , ' . ' f . '--f N .tt W ..- . . ---t-. -fl' M ., H-. ,.., . .. ,,., . Md., Terri finds that studying is hard work. These fourth graders find time at recess for a quick game of kickball. Sponsored by DEQUEEN FLOWER AND GIFTS, DeQueen, Arkansas 1 S0 E. 3' i CD S mu U5 'rl O C 1 4-1- 5' 1 N Q. CD 103 rade lh en's Fif rs. ull 104 Don Adams Mollie Chaytor Clyde Clevenger David Daniels April Davis Delois French Brenda Green Ronnie Gregory Micheal Gross Kathy Hardwick Denise Hemphill Tim Howard James Keeney Nancy Latham Esther Jones Victor Nash lon Norwood Donna Roberts Kim Russell Richard Sanders Magaline Shoals Terry Smith Karen Southerland Diane Slaten t .lt 3 Q wavy , ty ,. ml .. 2 we v sf- CQ yt, to p lp U3 ,W 1 ::, A 5 A M5 f l """-:fl V' ,v ' , ii' - 5 A 'H' ,s 3 az, yeas, - " A 14 A CW 15, . LIs,Z: .K Vw si... V x "' , , , X P 1 M , it A X' ,wif , ...,f- ax . .Ly f' if .T "r' 1 sf ii' 1 , , X s Q va sl A N- Air? -J , or or i f Q 4 H! 'L , '-'A- ' '- -- Q A Q L D 1 V V . as . , . W,ib I - wx M heat. fr ,........... t Melethia Stuart 5. Lawrence Wiseman I 7 t p W I VL.: in M5 .9 QI an ,4-, 4-N, ti 1 . 'E ss-fee X 3, K Terry stands behind "DADDY" for protection. Kim "puts on a show." Sponsored by Western Corporation, 75 Ninth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10011 fb Af" .Fi . sil- t as fr' t S a 3 X fi .,. 1 I'1 . 3 ' alms V S' R P5 fr gag X . . 'Bs via . XR if B- gli Barbara Bromsey Gary Brown Donald Carver Paige Cleghorn Dean Finney Lonnie French Blake Corbell Andy Gauldin Margaret Haywood Charles I-latchett Micheal Jones Paula Key Shelia Mclilhannon Eddy McGough Penny McPeak Rickie Nash Kimberly Reed Thomas Sain Teresa Sain Dewayne Smith Ioyce Smith Robbie Taaffe Sherry Threadgill Donna Whisenhunt Kenneth Whisenhunt Deanna Wills "One of these days, I'm gonna ride a bull like that," says Clyde. r ,Q x get , . Catch me if you can. Oh, shoot, recess is over! Sponsored by Baldwin Piano and Organ in DeQueen, Arkansas 'SJ I-lll!:l .SPUO .I ape 5 u1 PTA Activities Mrs. Woods helps Melanie while Sandra and Sherry wait. Gary awaits the rising of the moon. 'IO6 Steven McRae and Tina McDaniels reigned for a night. lf 2 1 l The Widow Lisa is forever preserved by her sorrow for her good husband. .0 J iiir "' ' ' l ' . . 3r.f,s,.:w ,.,, . Etziileififaiffni-i5E'i.:'f?Hiii srrr. s r rs , t. Q et, E ,A I 'f , If Q I 9, Qs s i s Y lf? 1 1 gg I A. o W ,, , L K ' ,Lg Kelly looks to see if her mother is watching From 77 and 78 The gymnastics team went so far as to stand on their heads to entertain us. f f 42 '7 f ,,,Z , 45 if Freddie Southerland finds a resting place during the carnival. Kristi nearly lost her crown. Angela picks out a book. In October the Fore- man Parent-Teacher Association began its activities by sponsoring an all-school assembly in the high school gym where the students watched a display of gymnastics by the Ida- bel, Oklahoma, High School Gymnastics Team. Their perform- ance was excellent and the student body responded warmly to it. The main fund raising project was the Harvest Festival held in Novem- ber. The Festivities included basketball throws, bingo, bean bag games, cake walks, a cherry booth, a fish- pond, a fortune-teller, a haunted house CFBLA5, and plenty of delicious refreshments. Following the festivities, crowning the king and queen, introducing each of the princes and princesses, plus the announcing and awarding of the prizes brought the Harvest Fes- tival to a successful con- clusion. In March the PTA's Book Fair and Bake Sale, held after open house, completed another suc- cessful year with the help of the PTA and NHS members. 107 L 4-I I1 108 , N NH' .Q ' - 1 . - f - . .. ..g.gifi,n? . ' 5 "And then . . says Rosa to her uninterested audience . . . Study hall is s-o-o boring. ,e , K f - 3 Q Q, mn., , . 'Siem J' X r fxi I -. '- 93 at e f , .pp ' T 5131 ,-.-. H .. 'fr 'lzz far K. A e 3 . -v ' Q -51:-7 Affair 1 52 ' . 1 ning, i ' fir V v I-. ' Y : . 1553 f 3 1 erik ln X a X Q S X , 've , xii . , . K ' , ,,, t ' 3-15' '1 1'3,,1f f at leyg K ' , J 2' :S'1vs:"6'Ar' - , J , "A X as 11 Ak 2 I w f ' rf N at 1 r' 5 K ik , Y -aw ' f ,S fr t , ,E , , I '3 X , . 3, A A TI 4' is t R V793 Y J 4 A I rf F ti L J f x ' ' 4 . ' -f 3-115 .40 . sf .Q ig 1 'W 1' S , fi Q Z 4'1 A , fri, Is this Tarzan and Jane? Michael Burney Brandon Carver '--i- 1 ' Richard Carver I s.. . Eric Cowling , ,Q i Cynthia Dunn 'ff' Billy Fowler like p di William Frady X S Trina Cross Jackie Frye 2 - f K ev" vw Tonya Frady V V ,ja 1'- Mitch Graham . James Green - ..,:ae,sszszsff- Cheryl sure wastes a lot of paper! Herman Berry Paul Bishop John Bromsey .-Il 'S "gp-fer-r 1 'Z S J of F a f g no . ft ' zsisf- Q 1 ' ww-'Q '-'-' K sf Qjx 1 as . M N--up 'it -- A K W b V ffltawkg' A H p ,K , My N WA Q V N. of Q.- -rt, . r Q ...Q -X , - W KJ' -LX "There's the bell. I've got to get one last bite, " says Beth Ann. H l ' .,' W4 , ,N ' i'4"7'1'f A f f or tx Nw Y a..,...., . Y f v Xxx Steven wishes he had an ice cream, too. ww K H N7 ""T - Sheila Green Q- 1 3 N , ' Nemesha Hardwick Terry Haywood -K jg' F 'lf V N s- fxi' N' ' ,-EAI T wg N h 5. NRiXRi .fa Q- gr i n W- ., as 3 i -3 4 N A" A ii if .lil in AE tile K 41, f ga .1 Q we ,., ef K 'Y ' MM, , t i t .. S Q 3 as , it f , 'A . eear ,yrr i ! ,, x., . WWWH . ,t. , I ia, aa , .g W 5 4 F ,wk ',:V 5'ifV:M,gaw 2 ,.y. i 'ul Q iii 22 E? C xx I , i Fi 1 ..-.- wil i ,, .. - llll P' 'f iv ,f n" ' ' :iniziz ' af ff' ' f , , , WW P nl' My Y f , if A V It looks as if Herman found himself an eighth grade bodyguard. gg ' I ASL, Felicia Horn 5 James Horn Charles Hudgeons I 1 if Judy Kegley V Vicki Lansdell Le Ann LaVoice Q". 6 - K .2 A N Troy Lewis -- Henry Lockeby f t'-t.. Sherri Morton R 1 5 2 D Steven O'Neal t,1-1 l Q Lisa Pitts has 1 L S Carla Monroe si- is s gm We. ,. ,e X i 5' 1 N Q. CD IO9 GJ 'U Q H .C -I-I X 110 l 1,4493 f life, li SIXTH GRADE OFFICERS: Carla Monroe, President: Nemesha Hardwick, S.C. Rep.: Kristie Pyron, S.C. Rep.: Leann LaVoice, Reporter Paul Bishop, Vice-President: Richard Carver, S.C. Rep.: Willie Wilder, S.C. Rep.: NOT SHOWN - Cynthia Dunn, Sec.-Treas. Cathy Roberts Evelyn Rogers Jay Sanders Todd Sharp William Smith Stacey Stuart Darrell Threadgill Michelle White limmy Wilder Willie Wilder Bernard Wills Alicia Wright f m' Kristi Pyron O gg Ax I Art,r ,.rl, rflop l S ryy y it ' yy , ,. , f 1 4'g' iz I ' V 2 751, f Qi , A ff! ,CL A 2: im. f , if 'Q A " re,r " if ' S ' ' A - , N K ' IQ 1 .. .J rr,. , -'-1 ' . .. . Sponsored by K and L Butane , Incorporated, in Ashdown, Arkansas Mm f P 'W5'3vj,g1'lf -5 'V , f-X . ,-.4 " 9. 1, ,j .- el 2 . .. fr -' A-'JL ffavmii A V 552 I t . ,,.. wg-,gg .11 if 'R P4 ,M tx , - f 72, 1. ' r fr, ' of 5-,Tw ' Y Q , Vkw: ff fp : 'YL,.. sa., 1 K t 5 if l filiiikiiw N is .ou "' ' Nj Q1 'Vx Bruce Cranfield Mike Cranford Anna Jean Duncan Alicia Anderson Ronnie Anderson Toby Barr Bobby Belanger Anthony Bilbrey Theresa Bowman Monty Carroll Donald Clayton .lo Ann Collins Woody Corbell Beth Ann Coursey Sandra Cowan 45:52 'M' SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS are: Left to Right: Margaret Taaffee - S.C. Rep.: Dana Stuart - Reporter: Melanie Hadaway S C Rep Leatha Beard President BACK ROW - Monty Carrell - S.C. Rep.: Bobby Belanger - S.C. Rep.: Woody Corbell - Vice-President Laqurta Sponsored by McAllister Mobil, in Ashdown, Arkansas GJ 'U CU L nth BVS .. N IAM, Patricia Easter Robert Easter Sherry Fagen Ervin Fowler Stephanie French Melanie Hadaway John Hawkins Sylvester Haywood Ricky Hooks Michelle Hudson Jeff Jamison Rosa Johnson Curtis Keim Jay Kent Ronald Lansdell Marla LaVoice Marl Lindsey Renee Lisenby his 3916 1 UQ ww st,- I . 4 J?" 'Q as f P ww 1 a t - Wa, l gf , , ,, m nw Q., , as Hy Aff , .W 0,3255 If A i 355- fe? 'Q t in 'E 4 Ja Mark and Jeff want John and Walt to share. X. 1 Sim ' ,kv-" - Q .ifE,iYi. .igf QQ'-4 ,, , ff '.., -W5 Michelle isn't sure she wants to hear all that gossip. yu N A t t 1 :tl Dm asv 5' "' e r' rt.. J ff J. 1 I f J 'fli t,L74. . , r Y ' ' 11 M' A if I' sq, ' 3 1-xy t fl an J J RJJJJ ' J R Danny Maloney 'J M W ,Toe Nolen lf, k-' .lg X ttttiigz Aren't there any other activities for seventh graders? SMILE for the camera . A Q vi 1 .SA 1"' an 1 ' oz , no Q- ' ' h Q I .L,. ,v N, P1 .- -A . 1 xt 2 , S .., 4,112 'ire it '. 4 ' .-N Q' ,Wu . "- 1 vm- w I " ' I y Khin .1 K K a1ii:'n' his ES? ' ,G "'1 " 1 , K - 'fu' ' -' ' . 71 2 5 -S 5 t ,Q f If lf it , , I 9 " 5+ qq - Ervin Wright - 'N' ,, fx' , ,V V ' Dana Stuart Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti-Do! School can be a lot of fun! Lloyd Oglesby All i Jody Rosson Cathy Sain A ,Zig Kim Sain ff-7-.f A Gary Sanders '1-1 Walt Sharp f A' Carl Slaten Clydell Smith - 1 Devetta Smith S Laquita Stuart ff in Margaret Taaffe .13 Alvin Threadgill 'F S ff i Bobby Trotter xt Viola Underwood W. 'W Cheryl Weed Ricky White Bertha Williams Sandra Woods Back in the 'good old daysl' W ti 'Sw i SE tv' 3 t Q2 Can't you get any more junk on the table, kids? qtuana ,I ape I no h rade hi F9 114 Eighth grade cheerleaders get a taste of high school life. uni- l-ley, Lisa, you' Anita Bivins Sherry Bowman Vivian Bradley Julie Brown Steven Brown Tanya Brown David Bush Richard Butler Jerry Carver Mike Cleghorn Velma Collins Darla Cowling Anita Daniels Lynnell Davis Connie Dixon Collette Dunn Carl Dunn Fonda Farmer xx rl ve got ice cream on your nose! Judy Alexander Karen Anderson Anita Baker Roy Baker Ruby Baker emu 'iii' ii ,nr lsttl as ff l . C ,W A QA: :hw it -4 Wiwefrt ...- C s - ll'J 2 1 - M Sponsored by TOM'S in Hot Springs, Arkansas Li I The eighth grade says, "V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!" me Q., 13" Q WS x aw Q Q 'E fa .f That's the corniest joke I've heard all year. I -3 X QF A A Dannette Fields nfflgi fi U Jimmy Foster r -I A5r ' Shelia French I , J, J I 1 N 5 ,:i, W Donnie Haywood Q x K -V 4. I 1-,Z In Lisa Haywood ,Y .-.MN ,a 'KT ,. fi 3 KX i . . . . Eh. p A 'ag rf' J" "' 3 is wig , W N t 35:5 it-:if T-1 azz: se ,J s , ' . ' -1, . f' ' 1 ' ' ii N, A 'WV fir, , , is -7' -0 N X. gs. I gm ,,,, .x.f fE!.tky K 5 LM .Q IH. .- Q .fb fi , , A . Ut-tail 'sl' ,' ' um. ' ' , iii. A J A , : ' . 5 'H . s, 7 5 :ii Q, ' g Nil., . F! ap , A :V N. ' L ' " Q I 'Z j fm iiss v 1 kvwg ir. 3 K3 -fe j --f - "" ' 0 ' fi" an M afw s Q-fs y 'ref .-. .,i, K, X , Q T ,ggfsft 1 f :Kip . ,qsimrgfg if 4, 1.1 1 Sponsored by Arkansas Cement Corporation in Foreman, Arkansas Quevilla Hopkins Christina Horn Lezleigh Horn Michael Hudgeons Diane Jackson Jamie Jamison Nichole Johnson Eric Johnston Susan Kendrick Willie Knighten Terry Lansdell Wendy Lawrence Galen Mclilhannon Jetty McElroy Dale McPherson Mendy Monroe Marty Oglesby Rita Oglesby l" 'C D KU ,- ,- v-1 FD UQ v-1 CD f-4 m .-1 IJ' 9-J .-Q tn ZF' Cl O I! ,- FC IIT' N cn O :S 0 O v-1 VD XC CU N P-1 f-1 O va E -. I1 UQ N .-Q w-. P-1 I .-. UD 'J' I I l apei q I15 rade th igh 116 Bradley Payne Bobby Richards Yvonne Rivers Duane Roberts Deborah Rolfe Tammie Salem Billy Wayne Smith Debrah Smith Doyle Smith Eddie Smith Mary Ann Smith Marty Smith wade Smith Beth Sturgeon Kelvin Threadgill Melvin Threadgill Debbie Trotter Brit Wade Eddie Wade Tawana Whisenhunt Dwain Wilkinson Arthur Williams Marva Wilson Laura Young A n,. ""' M , an A if it 'be if E ia.. -bf' A lf' iiliii' Y 4- 1 Q' -Q 8 .J 'cl .jx W4 ' e ' we '- N .Q f Y it In ffg: V F". I N I A '45 xg .v,, ' ' i,f" ' it t Z1 t.,, tgp!" A' W1 my ,M Y t'i' Q 5' S Y ,ty 0: ,wifi QC ,. 'E ax' Y EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS ARE: Clomer Goins. Presidentg S.C. Rep. , Michael Hud- geonsg Carl Dunn, Reporter: Quevilla Hopkins, Sec.g Marty Oglesby, S.C. Rep.: Tanya Brown, Vice-President: Debbie Smith, S.C. Rep.g Wendy Lawrence, Treas. K .J 7.31: W x Willie Young 'itwf I' Earl S xxx ..:, af:z,:,, 'fr1Tii,,,QQQf?M..r,X y .itat ttili 51 3 :' ' W3 Is this a new football recruit? - all il Kim Adams Shelli Altenbaumer Cheryl Anderson Donald Anderson Melda Baker Barry Belanger Kelly Bell Sarah Babcock Alana Bishop Mattlene Brown Rhonda Brown Joyce Campbell Sheila Carver Earnestine Compton Don Cleghorn Denise Coffey Rosemary Crutchfield Is this a new form of karate? 5 i 5' 1 N Q. CD lI7 GJ 'U CU a. .C 3 C H8 Bill Dixon Earl Easter Mark Edwards N, - Ronnie French 6 g fs William Gilpin M- Gary Grant 4 4 L, Vnng. Lesia Green V E .5 , F ' ' i QA V , "" 'C Sammy Hardwick P A Walter Hefner "' " V W 'iii' ' 5. I5 1 ,fkk', ' 1 I , 7 ..,, Joyce Hollingsworth Lois Hollingsworth ' 'A ff ,o 1 f "-' - iii t y f-f' Bobbie Hooks Ennis Johnson Henry Jones Barbara Kenneybrew Qi Jim Klug Mary Lewis V rr, wr- 111- I just know that's gonna be a ringer, " says Boyd. Are these Kotter's sweathogs? -1 l Ii "You need a licensed driver with you," says the trooper. Q. sa 5 -. . rw ,,., .W ,iv 4 , Y. -1.5 f gl W K 5 -. Q f- - Q,-vow W4 3' x m i? 3 g A . E- 1, V Q 4 M Q A I I , .... . Kc O I L: 4 O ,-. G 5-. , Q . V1 rf ' " kgs -1 Cb A: :u sw 'Q m V1 nr Us Q.. o :T :s ' U F' O 5 N E ,, i 5- 2 5 aft fu 0 va ,, ' 3 '11 O A :xg P1 Q. 1, ,1 ,M , Q ffl Q , 0 S w D' :s 3-' S2 :J W ri ca 1 I :s ! 1 Q if . cn 'ff 5 l is A s 1 'sfmasv f . f ES- 9 " E 0 ... :: D. , v cn gs-. ' ,., . S- if-fi H - l 2 is " Y 49 ,- W . 3 E 5 :1: 51 U z rg U - an C 1: cv Us as 2 :x 5 U' 5' aw 4 P4 :j Q. U' -7 Q-1. 3, 2 ,-. :Q cn Q. 5' :- Q 0 c E U, F: 5' L, H V' 5: :J 4 IJ: :x f E "' F c H. U, gg 5, - P1 V' 0 -, -1 5 - 0 o r: H g, o. C c Il H Elizabeth Milam Lisa Phillips Jimmy Purrcll Rene Rivers Annette Roberts Hulon Self AI'-'ag :aff RQ n i gwew- Q0 O52 Is this a future police lineup? 5l nl- 5' Q N Q. CD H9 GJ 'U N S .C -H C CJ 20 Deborah Bearden , ' H I if ' Kent Bell L5 . EV , ' r . Lindy Broomfield Ei ,Vg g K, N , I Ada Brown w e-f , , . vt, . Lisa Brown - President Y ' , I , -5 5 - - Randy Burney ' , 3' . ,V f - ' r nfl if -f r. L., M' 1 i .. ' Lucy Butler r r' if V b Tillie Butler ' ' 1, wfffe-tm"-1 James Caery ' -V fs- SJ- 5- 1 .., A '- Steve Casteel - Reporter i .,. J Z ,, ,- 3 -H gf- Melinda Cheyne 'i 'T' 1 Q f ' 'T' Mk Deedy Cleghorn 5 B E - Vandell Compton krfii V, Cindy Coursey I ' " , Lonnie Cursh V "'g ' lv William Cursh T 3 M. Q .. y Q, xg: A ff Q fn N.. J 'fe 2 z., . if W ,- up 4 V M 5.2 ' 4 atom? The yearbook staff gives special thanks to our volunteer helper, DEEDY CLEGHORN. JA Ann Davis 1 , A Bin Dunn ' - J Bo Easter Mary Easter Chiquita Fields Velva Foster Jackie Fowler Barry Gabbard Gary Gauldin A " it 'V B ,. ,J Vg Kirk Greene 1, V L A A T. V3,z31'f'f A , - ' Teresa Harikins ,Es T,, I 4- 'V Brenda Hardwick ' 5 , X - 4' gn -1 Ray Hardwick sl y ,MI J., J ti' Rosemary Hawkins ' K - .nw im" H: '-111 . V Pete Johnson V V at W , , Wilma Jones f ' f Xu Y V " y.. m fy , t X 1' 'K Qgf f 7 A Sponsored by Smith and Mounts Realtors in Ashdown, Arkansas 61 Q., .Ng if Steve wonders if this will be another four days in l.L.C. ,a 1 'Q' j .F an C 1 M W ez... N ' rf" "X" L. I A s vs .- if v K f..4-- J. R me :L fr' S Y he f 'Q . A 'DX Y J C- it 5.1, 5 W- ff' . :Q ,fffs I X ' M .XO V. Q "3 A vi . Na, 4. 1 S' ff , . A -Q V r f? -is Q gl : krk K g 'M:S3,,55q:-si MP. S- if V ... ff - fry ' w ..'i+'A .QTL . . f-A .:,' in ' 1 li - A irsi 7' Melanie Moore ,.. Mike Morton 'Wi .'T k Glen Murry I ws.. Hang in there, Natalie. Blake Kent Laurel Klein Kathy Klug Becky Jackson Laney Lawrence Jon Mason Steve McCombs Frank McDonald Omar: Mclilhannon Richard McElhannon John Milam - Vice-Pres. C. D. Moore "We're still the one!" says C. D., Blake. and Steve. L02 -fi . fi k 'ix . . tg V ,kj ,D Q . -'K A Carol Murphy - S.C. Rep. H " ' V ' s,-r A - pi Kay Murphy - S.C. Rep. - - - Patti Newman A Si. -... , Q hy Q it w rc N :bf -4 I L ,eg ,. I, fx K' ik 98? 4:-, y f r ..x ACH filizm Laquita Norwood - Sec. Meleony Oglesby Phyllis Pitts Billy Richards Larry Rogers Judy Russell Martha Stuart Patricia Vanscoder Walter Watlington Jimmy Woods Linda Wright Pam Stuart Sponsored by: BRIDGER'S PHARMACY, DeQueen, Arkansas -Treas. CD 3 i 5' -1 N Q. 0 121 im, A A Wow! I can still touch my toes! Mr. Smith wants to see us AGAIN? mr ' ?iglw3i'ffi s"f'-fr W ' e 'f if 3 In ...xi 25' ,- -ft ., "x, ff Pam still thinks she's a freshman. Mike holds his in his jaw, You're tardy, A S students! I ! Ada cheers for the Steve seems to be proud of his out- Rosemary receives her band award. "Jimmy, what do we do next?" asks standing assets. Kent. while Stan swallows his ,wr . 3 What's down there? ri Sri x , HM sophomores. Martha asks, "Becky, how could you do that in front of all these people?" "Easy!" she replies. X 3' GJ 'U CU L nth BVS 124 John Billingsley Twylla Bivins Morris Bradley Bobby Brown Pam Brown Sherry Brown Jimmy Cody Terry Coffey Sherry Coffman Carl Compton Sheila Compton Susan Cowan Leigh Ann Cranford David Crow Ioan Diacon Dexter Dunn Bobby Easter Sheila Ellis - Sec.-Treas. Georgia Fields Becky Frye Mark Gorman Randy Graham James Green Lisa Green Darlene Hefner 1, Q3 nn 1 2:5 ' 5+ K eklkpfi r X . ...,, ff 0 F I 4'-'0 sk. .-- 3 sy V fvv -52' J EQ. Q QF 51 P' ,xo x X l f, 1 ' 'A',i lf 5' in .M 9 N if Q L kitk U i . ,ap 1 M , , .. Elf X ii '1Q1,i :. .g,y. j L , X b i'. " , if BM V A sw-....,w XX 5 l if n fffl Q if 4 5 Af, Mihhm y f it Voting makes Randall SIESPY- This is s-o-o boring. . . . and they told me that this IS food I Sponsored by Rosenbaum's Exxon in Ashdown, Arkansas A," I ,u P' X .,. g .ny at Q 1 if , .-1, if ,,,,,: Q. ,V h k..,.,- J V 5 v . ,,, . 54,0-r-Vw ,. vm' .I-.Ar W ' Z- . . A 1 'wha' "' J A x K Lb p 11 2 X lj A 3 ' P' , , - . in Jw fi ,Y L Km, y .,. -3, 1 S 'rf d A V Vi B R V . Q Qui 'U S .y.T t S .7 M 51 - S 0 ,- f Ji m A 345 I l. A I , .Q ie . l L 3. ' f l of 6 S ,S l 1 ' S 1 y - 5 - ' fi 1"""M ft .Al Y l 3 Rendall Irwin Terry Jamison Martine Johnson - Dean Klug Kay Knighten Ricky Knighten Reporter Shelly Knighten - S.C. Rep. Cheryl Lewis - S.C. Rep. Lana LaVoice - President Becky Mann Mike Mason Lisa Meredith Martha Monroe Betty McKinney Yogi Park Peggy Payne Lisa Roewe Cindy Sanders Mark Sanders Stan Smith Willis Smith Rebecca Stallings Lisa Sullivan Vivian Walker Pam Weed 3? Y 'Im K-mvf! -4 Rosemary wonders why Willis didn't shave Move your hand, Martine, so Cliff can see "Where's the ball?" asks Twylla. this morning. his Cards- Sponsored by Walker and Snow Barber Shop, in Ashdown SAS ape.: qtu I25 s the Judges Lergh Ann says Here I come' James tells Terry to leave hxm out Lhrs Now Morns you get down You know I was up here frrst Which one 1S ours? Sponsored by S8LH DEPARTMENT STORE lclabel Oklahoma .un- '4 3+-A-z.1g,g'w' , ' ' ' P -, Q V g?i."'-fFi5:f1'f3e-.Q if " iff: Who's gonna win this fight? What'd you say? Is Lisa getting an award? Is this why we come to school? Stand up and fight like a man. James. It's only a hamburger. Sponsored by: LINDSEY'S BODY SHOP, Crossroads. Arkansas SAS ape.: Lnu 127 YS en .. N Q Mike Altenbaumer Shirley Anderson Suzanne Baker Terri Beard Sheri Broomfield - Secretary Danny Carroll Mark Cleghorn - Treasurer Archie Cody - Vice President ' Q Rod makes a lowerclassman say, "UNCLE, " Dwayne, d.Jn't you think your "merry-go-round days" are about over? Sponsored by DAVIS VETERINARY CLINIC, Horatio, Arkansas .., , W all br" Shirley takes time our from her busy life as a SENIOR to rake a cool drink of water. Sponsored by PELL'S BUG PARTS, l A f fl fr Alcie Cursh Lawrence Cursh Venita Cursh Elvis Daniels Pam Duncan Vera Easter Versia Easter Terry Elder r 1 It looks as if Danny and Terry have challenged a lower- classman to a game of nhorseshoes. " Lockesburg , Arkansas gua SJ S -o YS 6l1i0 G o Lawrence Ellis Ronnie Fowler Bobby French John Gathright ar LaWanda Davis Green Mark Halliday - President -F" Danny Hawkins Randy Jackson ,-vw Nobody told me that cheating was gonna be this hard. Now, what was that combination, again? 5 rx-aids, . i I it L T gf 4 XX ii iii 'iii S' ian me .fl -f"f Wayne and Lawrence turn their back on the world. Sheri 'tells it like it is.' .E aff' .f Timmy Jamison - S.C. Rep. Lori LaVoice - S.C. Rep. Gerri Finley Miller Marcia Moore Penny Morton - Reporter Rod McE1hannon Virginia McElroy Pat Turner McKee 'CST' 409- There is talent in every SENIOR, but some of us, like Margaret, show E ' ' . xcuse me while l find my place it more than Others. ,gif .ca Suzanne wonders why everyone is going the wrong way. Voting is serious business for these SENIORS . Sponsored by ANDERSON'S TEXACO, Lockesburg, Arkansas U6 0 SJ .- OJ .. David Nevels Cliff Oglesby Randy Paxton Kathy Pieratt eniors Margaret Rolfe Janet Rose Becky Smith Vicky McGough Steiner ' r. ,M- 5 TOP: "Aren't those girls kind of young, boys? LEFT: Terry and David found a friend. RIGHT: "Listen, TOP I wonder how Margaret and I was just teasing when I said I wanted to be put on a pedestal ," says Vera. Suzanne can study with all the disrup 132 tions going on" - Sponsored by SEVIER COUNTY CO-OP, DeQueen, Arkansas , px if fin., ' at nr- Ray Trammell Wayne Watlington Larry Williams Dwayne Woods Johnnie Wright Mrs. Margaret Harrison - Sponsor Mrs. Janet McArthur - Sponsor U6 O SJ X 3. s .. , 5 'N E l ssi i W -mL. sf., BOTTOM: Venita wonders who it was that TOP: "Don't give up now, Gerri. There's just one period left, today." LEFT: Wayne and Mike whistled. spend some leisure time playing football. RIGHT: Lawrence enjoys jumping hurdles. Sponsored by RAE'S, DeQueen, Arkansas .- GJ CD From Beginning. . . ff 3' er' is Kindergarten graduation is only the Q W ' .1515 , beginning of our formal education. 3, Dir, Xi? it dnmwe .W ' lies-M , - . 4 1 ,. 1 al Nfl if Getting ready for the BIG moment is trying for both teachers and students. Brother Elder speaks not only to Terry, but to the entire audience. If the hats aren't coming off, the noses are itching. Another first at F.l-l.S. - graduation at the football stadium. M I . A- 1 I n f . . ff 'st-'ff vw -s--fn W we Qu -1,1111w1.wzrgf,:'.v:mv' , a mxars's1wQw . , M .,, , , ., . . f. 2 aww-wwaumafzsfm Kathy, Cliff and Gerri, represent their class as honor graduates. .to Beginning ,g v x Q .xg -Q It A Jjf i ,4 Ax -J I I it i x A ,, i " ,ff -'E m y ,f Viv 5 i' i ff fbfa ai- ll t 5:14152 ' 2 K,-3 it iw 4+ A is r t ,,, i 2 Graduation '78 .V gi ttti t eo Senior graduation is only the beginning of another aspect of our future. Honor Graduates Cliff Oglesby Kathy Pieratt Gerri Miller CO-VALEDICTORIAN CO-VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN CLASS COLORS - Maroon and Silver CLASS FLOWER - Rose CLASS SONG - "We Are the Champions" CLASS MOTTO - Never leave until tomorrow that which you can do today. Janet Rose Sheri Broomfield Lawanda Green Becky Smith Suzanne Baker Danny Hawkins Mark Cleghorn xx , J Grads Are Honored Terry says, "At least, it's better than the lunchroom. " Rod says, "Lct's give it to Danny. He'11 eat it. He eats c thing. " E very- 2 S SS u .- in E 2 I an "I'm tuming my back on this stuff and tomorrow I'11 find something else to do, " says John. if I i'Em"'h Terry says, "No, Venita, I'monadict." 2 Q Becky. Sheri. Shirley, and Pat wonder what was put in the punch. 137 A Tribufe +o +he "Man" Wi'lO . . . Takes our Sen ior pictures, class day pictures, activities and sports pictures runs errands, and puts up with the yearbook staff and its many prob- lems throughout the ENTIRE YEAR Csummer tooj. Without him, we would just be pages with him, we become LIFE. w5f1ifwf, . Earnhear+'s S+udio Cameras and films Por+rai'rs, Groups, Views and pho+o finishing Black and Whire - Color 138 Ida bel, Oklahoma LA 104 "Reaching out to the Millwood Lake Area" Ashdown, Arkansas Steve Pierce talks with Arkansas Razorback kicker Steve Little, after the Foreman A11-Sports Banquet. Steve Plerce, manager, 1S The voice of the Gators." Super FM Serving the Millwood Lake area and Southwest Arkansas. A Af t? fi J f f 4515 Ky 9 W 1fH3i'2f1J2v'w P1 :J in 1. My ffffm."fQ,3w1zf wazfmsz ' W"1'1,L nw-ifgzeaffagz W wwf wwwfgm .l ,M z f y ,, iw Q' X wwf! V ff ff Q Y ffezdffazzmfggg, wswvk Q .If :Lip Q4 ., 2-I-L' nv f , ff ff rg if f 1 iiifih' ,YJEQ f ,f ff ' z a f LET GHEVRU E A Xi n...- i 4,-55'-'gg' ,1,.m'.M 'S-...f Burney-Ashford Chevrole+ Foreman, Arkansas Making You Feel Secure ASHDOWN INSURANCE AGENCY Full Service - Ashdown Insurance Agency, Serving Ashdown and Little River County with quality insurance . Ashdown, Arkansas Office Machines JOHN QL Sales Service Supplies and Rentals Texarkana Q1 BANK OF ASHDOWN 5215? 110 West Main Hosni ofvosiv NS-RANCl canon' ow Ashdown, AIR. Southwest Branch Hair Styling for Both Men and Women Peggy's Unisex Hair Fashions Highway 41 Foreman, Arkansas Phone 542-7484 Please Call for Appointment Compliments of Marlin Surber Little River County Sheriff and Tax Collector Compliments of H oye H o rn Little River County Judge Compliments of Ca rlene Bishop Little River County Treasurer Compliments of Barbara Grimes Little River County Assessor Compliments of Dolores Pullen Little River County Clerk Compliments of Helen Green Little River County Circuit Clerk Compliments of Cha rles Bea rd Dispatcher County Jail 'I4 ww F I H e r b s Crea mla nd and Hair Fashions X - - X Dlsirlbuiors f 2 A1:'L We distribute everything from if Mobil Oil to Miller. Texarkana located in the Southtown Shopping Center in Ashdown sPoTLIcsl-It Gwgedbby: --- A and P er - t T k L McCar1d1ess mel me We ease Creamland Darlene 898-2200 D and X 898-2724 t tt lounge vw Wear fl A from Spor- ught. Trucks 5 E Ashdown Ashdown l KELSEY MOORE Madden CHEVROLET - Funeral OLDS INC. I-Iome and Hwy.'YO IvIonumen+ Co. also I1ome of Gua ra n'ry Na'HonaI DF. IVI6I'I6f1, Life Insurance Company Foreman 542-7264 Ashdown I CrawforcI's Cafe and Grocery Foreman, Ark. 46 Thompson C 1, Tire 8: omporments Appliance Ashdown Piggly noon Wan WFQQIY Ja Qbwestinghouse - I 5 mg' Q. en ny S Flower and A fx' B Gift Shop if ' N and other brands of appliances, furniture, and in me lifes N Southtown Shopping Center Ashdown Box 233, on Schumann Street Horatio Foreman Gareway Mo+ors I-vial, -, ,. :: ,..fif" " " i.53 zz -.W1t X .... ., 5 ,'-:t,, , Foreman F?reman OwnerJ.D. Flower 8: C'+y Drug i i xgiiifj Davis SI-.Op discuss prices in his lot Ashdown Q X ip E? ll ' 3 Burhma nn-Pha rr Ha rdwa re i M B b' a nd r. o . Garney, APPIIBHCG Pharmacist TCXHIRBDS Foreman Foreman Wi V2 f - Q4 ii :fro C use Bros. an Lbr. 1 Co. W +5 f - r- I 1 I, 8 U 14, 1 X ' 'S Q1 F., I 1 W 1 ' 1' 3 " 8 F' li ?' I' 1 X 1 i 1 ' I' 'I " 1 . RJ' : 4 Ph 501 898 3601 501 898 5177 Where Your Home Begins Ashdown, Ark. 7I822 LITTLE RIVER FCDRD, INC. Highway '71 South P O BOX 548, Ashd A k 7182 15011898-3346 Q AQQFXX ... . . ff '4!66 of 1 if x Q giavvl V1 14 1 i6iQ5P'9 Q yf 27 f " f ,f Y gn 1 - . 1 f ,gr 1 f E V' ,ll,', X ,N E 22, of so 23 styk x l f x . 1 .75 517 . Q ' I s N 4 2' Don't let summer vacation begin in your house without a teen age telephone Sure you can work out a trafflc system wuth just one telephone. Or at least you can try, But a separate teen telephone doesnt Cost very much. A few baby slttlng jobs wlll pay for it. Thelr own phone IS great for the teens and a welcome relief for their parents. You'll wonder why you dldn't OK. It earlier. Lv l ln Walnut J. D. GARRETT cgelepfeone ompany Every HELLQ is a "Good Buy" , JR., PRES. Foreman A kansas Telephone 921-4224 X-' t ' I , . X 'HQ m, X - Compliments of: Slra nge Furniiure TEXARKANA A aijd CCJCA-COLA ifidliffce BOTTLING co. ,,, it C Phi ffe Hs' If P Texarkana, Arkansas We Can Show You the Way" CTO Better Bankingj SERVICES Checking Accounts Savings Certificates of Deposit Travelers Checks Bank Drafts Loans Safe Deposit Boxes Bank-By-Mail Night Depository Credit Life Insurance Drive-Up Window Johnny Appleseed Savings Member F. D. I. C. Texarkana , Texas far - -, .A , , fag:-1.33-7, . 5 5675 "Ffh 53 I --f" "fP2'.Si1 2' A -- lllmrPantlt,iittrl Hire llBammliax P.O. Box 347 Horatio, Arkansas 71842 C. E. Hendrix, Jr., President Edith Hendrix Smith, Senior Vice President Charles Wilburn Smith, Executive Vice President Phone: 501-832-2501 or 501-832-3211 151 WOOD MOTOR COMPANY CAUDILL GRAIN ELEVATOR CO., INC. WESTERN DISCOUNT STORE m Complimen+s of Corner Power Pharmacy Pha"maCY 191 W. Main 898 5151 Ashdown, A R Ashdown, Ark. 1 Lf 1. ,,,, f L , - . .. mi an-nun' .1 1. -r":.:. rm. 3? Amwlbgggilffll Helm's Gro. 8: Laundry Box6 L kesburg, Ark. People's Drug The Prescrip+ion S+ore Dr. Jack Crawford Ashdown, Ark. 898-2400 Zbezzez X fig' I Wcztfaee AUBREY'S DRY GOODS P O BOX 160 Forcrnan, Ark 71836 - . Phone 542 6 87 Compliments of Welch's Q- fam 7m246aa4. Ashdown, Ark. Compliments of Ma riorie's Ashdown, Ark. Wes+ern Au+o Drawer G Foreman, Ark. Compliments of Firs+ Na'rional Ba nk New Boston Texas -iv Len Belanger Owner I A+cI1Iey's HAIR DESIGN fJ w Fuliy Unisex Owner: Max Atchley Open: Tuesday - Friday - 8:30-5:30 Saturday - 8:00-4:00 Phone: 628-2991 OI 628-3821 New Boston, Texas --Q.. FOREMAN LUMBER COMPANY P.O. Box 208 Foreman, Arkansas Owner: Gordon McE1hannon WWII k'fA I !I.A3+,3 505212 211 s REPHAN'S Ashdown, AR Ladies: Iantzen- Aileen Knit Sportswear Men: Arrow Shirts Haggar Slacks Levi Jeans FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 87 East Main Ashdown, Arkansas 71822 Kay's Fashions Ka ufman Seeds Inc. Phone 501-898-3328 Ashdown, AR 71822 PIGGLY WIGGLY and FRUIT BELT HARDWARE Wie I we F WQIIW. F L d Sake!Use Lime ARKANSAS LOUISIANA LIMESTONE CORP. The Masons Foreman , Ark . ,,,,, ii GMO? M WEYERHAUSER CO. We're growing new trees today to provide the useful wood products you'11 need tomorrow. Weyerhaeuser The Tree Growing Company. Southwest Arkansas Division DeQueen, Ark. Box 388 Compliments of THE GATOR INN "Home of the Gator Burger" K rr. 9 Q Trees are Arkansas' renewable na'rural resource. Crossroads Cafe Owner - Margie Lisenby x Phone- 381-7555 ii I AUTO PARTS Compliments of Hess Grocery Winthrop, Arkansas LITTLE RIVER FA R M B U R U Your Green Light FEDERATION PM we LOE'S . . AUTOMOTIVE Life - Fire - Auto Blue Cross - Blue Shield INSURANCE Hospitalization I N C. Homeowners Palm Liability Foreman, Arkansas Farm Equipment ' Hay and Grain Protection Ph0T1ef 542-6204 Mortgage Protection 542- 6205 VINCE MASSANELLI Agent 230 W. Main 898 3741 After Hours Call 898 5846 Ashdown Arkansas Saunders Leasing Sys'rem P.O. Box 250 50 I -542-6298 PFQQIY WFQQW of DeQueen, Inc. Town North Shopping Center We give S 8L H Green Stamps. DeQueen, Arkansas Wilkerson Funeral Home 403 Stilwell DeQueen, Arkansas 71832 Since 1897 1 ,p V 1 "2 ' , A 1 W: fir 'Y-E. Y-YJ , msrumorutsnx 'ig , gi W4 Q' 5 - . 'fi " 1, El M l A , rg-Al .1 Lf" E.:'ll' 'tx FIRST NATIONAL BA N K De Queen, Arkansas A M C S A O F B + H N M Oremdn U GHG our O F A G C A N as O. N C Y T U P.o. BOX 338 R Hwy. 71 North I Ashdown, Arkansas N AC 501-898-2741 Foreman, Arkansas G Zenith Tgvgs Bob Chandler Ford Admiral Refrigerators Sales' Inc' Plumbing Supplies Maytag Laundry Phone 542-6313 p.O. BOX B Cllighll 542-7723 DeQueen, Arkansas 71832 60 Autographs yyffgbfjg Bi? QD QQQQAMV 3 Eiwf v SQSSQWQ fK?bQHp fb xy win? M C9jiE 0 QW W 5969 W Qfpw' wfff? Sk NL My QWEMS YV QC Wwfwwi M My 05 mi jliwggiiiii ,,.fVw'Q"" ' 504-wb' HM , .7 CP, 572.9 i4 2 Zigi? 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