Foreman High School - Gator Yearbook (Foreman, AR)
- Class of 1986
Page 1 of 168
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celebratlons rn 1986 FHS has partlcnpated nn many festxvntnes
nncludxng the Sesqunncentemal Across the state students Jolned
together to celebrate the 150th bxrthday of Arkansas Festmtnes at
dressmg ln clothmg approprlate ofthe early davs FTA sponsored
an Arkansas TFIVIH contest At the Elementarv schools a week
long celebratxon took place
The FFA sponsored a day long celebration that commemorated
the days of the old west called Western Dav There were contests
such as the Egg Toss the three legged race and the best dressed
Cowhov and Cowgirl the wlnners of each contest were awarded
two tree tlckets to the FFA Rodeo Martin Luther Kung s blrthday
was commemorated wrth an art contest sponsored by the Art Club
Another spectacular event was the Vl5ll1 of Halleys Comet
Many students watched as the reow ned comet made rts way
around the sun and then back lnto deep space
FHS include a day long celebration with students and teachers
The Fun Sid f School
Life does not end just because
class is overg instead, it just be-
gins. From assemblies with
Bobo the Magician to spending
time with your friends at noon
students have a variety of ac-
tivities to participate in. After
school activities range from the
Little River County Fair Pa-
rade, to helping with the FFA
Chili Supper and Work Day
Auction to after school jobs.
But the best time of the day is
when you can get together with
your friends to talk or just
D DeRenda Dickens, Christina Dean,
and Melissa Ermann get together
during noon to have a few laughs.
v Sonja Baker finds talking to a
neighbor more fascinating than
listening to her teacher.
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4 Bobo the Magician is assisted
by Bobby Nolen and Kristie Bell
during the magic show.
Q Eugene Knighten, Mark
Haywood and Jerry Key visit
1 Stacy Green, Christy Gibson, Lana
Warrick, and Melissa Erman take
time to pose as they rush to their
Q Kelvin Wiseman takes time out
from school to play on the slides.
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4 Flowers and a balloon make
Jennifer Sanders' day. She is taking a
Life t FH
Life at FHS is not always
school work. In between classes
students get together to talk
and socialize. At noon they get
together with their friends and
have lunch. They share a lot of
good times and bad. It is said
that the friendships that you
make in school will last a life-
time and by the look of the stu-
dents of FHS, they are no dif-
Lisa Sanders helps clean the desks at
Kristi Bell, Tracey
Smith, Vickie Green, f f M,
and Dana Wright ' ,
Citizens awards at the
A seventh grader gets ready for
her next class.
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The Coral Music class entertained the Pete Wiseman and Yolanda
elementary school during Valentines Dedmon discuss activities
James Smith and William Gregory take it easy
Daphnye Dickens, Lana Warrick, and
Mrs. David Warrick visit after school.
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Senior Term Paper.
Calvin Booker. recruiter for the
University of Arkansas at Pine
Bluff awaits perspective students.
Brandon O'Neal and
Sherri Krause enjoy
reading during class.
-Carrie Carter, Ricky
Deen. Jennifer Wade,
Clarice Nelson, Farol
Bivins, Laura Smith.
and Buddy Carrell
were awarded fourth
Melissa Ermann and Stephanie Dixon
rush to their next class hefore the bell
Class Rings And Graduation Announcements
Lost Two Big Steps'
We reach many milestones in
our lives as we travel from in-
fancy to old age. Two of the
most exciting for high school
students are class ring ordering
time and time to order gradu-
Juniors seern to have "hand
and arm ailments" when class
rings come back.
Seniors suddenly realize they
have many relatives.
Whatever the discovery, one
cannot deny that class rings
and graduation announcements
are the last two big steps for
high school students.
D Eddie Arnold, Jostens
Representative, and Mr. Hersel Lee
wait for the next student to receive
hisfher class ring.
Q Brad McCombs and Mike Brown
discuss what they should order with
their Senior Invitations.
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Seniors can order with their
9 Horace Berry and Michael
Hatchett listen to Eddie Arnold as
he explains the order form
Q Steven McRae and Rebecca Green
talk with Eddie Arnold, the Josten
v Eddie Arnold takes Sherri Anderson's cap size. Salesman, about their rings.
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Q Euln French, Melauna Talley, Elizabeth
Benner. and Donna Armstreet study the different
choices in rings.
4 Eugene Knighten, Gina Oliver, and flerry
Key examine each others rings.
' Kellye waiter, Stephanie Shoals.
Norma Wright, lletra Burris. and
Eric Roberts fill out their order
Sheets for Senior Announcements.
1 Brenda Keeney admires her new
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Pictures 2 Memories
'LDoes my hair look okay'?", "I
hope this shirt looks goodl', f'My
mom's making me do thisf' Sound
vaguely familiar? Many more com-
ments such as these are made on
Picture Day, the day'our visages
are recorded for posterity and the
yearbook. It may not seem like a
big deal now but wait twenty years,
go back through your yearbook,
and then, suddenly, it is important.
Maybe because a friend's ,picture
brings back fond memories. l
Because the yearbook covers a
year's activities, it is delivered! in
the fall. The last deadline is usual-
ly after school is out so gra.duat'on
can be included. The excitemen of
a new year is combined with the
memories and nostalgia of the old.
Many times the staff members who
produced the book have gone lon
the bigger and better things. 'llhe
task ahead of each new staff islto
"make our book the bestg ever!."l s
the books are handed out the st ff
members who helped put the b ok
together stand around like prolud
new parents, listening and hop'ng
to hear "Oohs" and "Aahs" abiaut
their new offspring.
9 Mark Russell and Susan Taffe sort
through the "Gator" yearbooks before
handing them out.
v Olan Mills photographers look
the K'Gator" yearbook over.
A Judy Baker and Carolyn
Threadgill pick their L'Gator"
yearbooks up from Steven McRea.
C Mike Akins, Jay Coffman, Scott
Cowling and Robert Jones pick
their yearbooks up from Steven v Diana Latham poses for her
McRea and John Frady. Sixth grade graduation picture.
Q The Olan Mills photographer
sets his equipment up for the
Sixth grade graduation photos.
Q Mrs. Traywick, Yearbook
Advisor, discuesses the new
"Gator" with Carolyn Threadgill,
while Elizabeth Lisenby listens.
Q Karen Cowling has her cap and
C The photographer readjusts fl.R.
Foreman's graduation gown.
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FFA Plans ActiV1t1es To
Commemorate The Old West
On April 25, the FFA spon-
sored Western Day to com-
memorate the old west and set
the mood for the FFA Rodeo.
Different competitions were
held including the three legged
race, the egg toss, and the best
dressed cowboy and cowgirl
winners received free tickets to
the Rodeo. The Rodeo Queen
was Gina Birch.
D Steven Miller draws his gun and
fires at Jay Smith.
A Mr. Traywick shows off his
Cowboy Hat during Western Day.
D DeeAnn Wright, Christy Young,
Shelly Roden, and Sandy Corbell
compete for the best dressed cowgirl.
Sandy and Shelly tied and both
Q These young people compete in the
sack race. Allen Horn and Mark
Haywood were the winners.
v Paul Gregory 4'catches" an egg
during the Egg Toss. It broke in his
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talk about the events of Western Day.
Q Steven Miller, Jay Smith, Johnny
Rivers Tommy Davis, and Brad
McCombs compete for the best
dressed Cowboy. Johnny Rivers and
Tommy Davis tied for the best
dressed Cowboy and both received
tickets to the FFA Rodeo.
1 Mark Newman hands Mr. Lairmore
the megaphone for the upcoming
appy Birthday, Arkansas!
FHS held a day long celebration to com-
memorate the 150th birthday of Arkansas.
The celebration was highlighted by the
burning of the time-capsule on campus.
The time capsule will be dug up in fifty
years. The contents of the capsule was don-
ated by the different clubs on campus.
For the occasion, the Governor's office
sent a special Sesquicentennial Flag to the
school. The flag flew over the high school
for the week of the celebration.
Several of the students and teachers on
campus dressed up in traditional clothes
for the celebration.
Several antique displays were put on ex-
hibit the week of the celebration. Ms. Haw-
kins and Ms. Phillips brought their collec-
tions to the school and displayed them in
the High School Library during noon.
While the different classes came to see the
display the women told a little about the
A musical exhibit was also held in the
High School gym for the Upper and Lower
Elementary classes. The musicians played
various instruments from the time period
in which Arkansas became a state.
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Sandy Corbell, Michelle Grimes and
Carey Bowman all joined in the
celebration by dressing up.
Michelle Grimes and Tracy Lawrence
enjoy their lunch on the day of the
The special activities were filmed by
Rich-Mar productions for the Video
Sesquicenteni lFesti itie
Michelle Grimes smiles for the camera as
she models her sesquicentennial attire.
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share some chit-chat on the day of
All of the students that competed in the
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Joe McDonald and Dee Ann Wright
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When students get out of
class it's not the end of life, in-
stead it's the beginning. The
students of FHS - participa-
tion in many extra-curricular
activities outside of school.
Students hunt, fish, dance,
swim, or just get together to
D Tommy Mcdonald, Emmit Adcock,
and Brad McCombs take time out
from work to good-off.
v Greg Mitchel, Andy Kirkyendyle,
Jimmy Jester, Steven McRae, Doug
Satterfield, Herman McRae, Lance
Anderson, and Kurt Sanderson pose
for a picture while on vacation in
D Lana Warrick picks her school
lunch up at the B and B
a Coach Benny Harris stops for a snack at a
v As an employee of Young's Affiliated, Lance
Anderson dons the costume of a Keebler Club Q Kimberly Bates and Holly Purtell
Cracker box for the Little River County Fair share a pleasent ride during the Little
Parade. River County Fair Parade.
Q Mike Sherwood stirs the large
pot of chili for the FFA Chili
Supper and Work Day Auction
while Mr. W. 0. Traywick samples
4 Mr. Duaine Dickens, Nelda Grant
and Jo Ann Lavoice pose with Jo Ann's
lamb after the Premium sale at the Lit-
tle River County Fair.
Q Jo Lynn Key and Tracey Sanders
embrace after their volleyball team
scores a point.
C Chris Gauldin helps Mark Gross with
his tie before the FFA Parlimentary
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This year has seen many advancements in the area
of academics at Foreman High School. Several facul-
ty members have returned to the college classroom to
earn hxgher degrees glvlng us the Edge on the
quality of educatlon taught at Foreman Several stu
dents have taken Freshman College English that was
offered at Cossott Wh1Ch glves them the Edge on
other students that will wart untll next year to take
Freshman College Englxsh
Many students took the ACT test and scored hlgh
showlng that we have the Edge on scholarshlps
and college opportumtles
The new standards established by the legislature
wlll go mto effect ID 1987 As a result of these stan
dards physrcs economlcs choral music computer
llteracy a course on novels a course on short stories
and Global Studles were added to the curnculum
These addltlons were made before the mandate tune
thus glvlng an Edge on course offermgs
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research for Advanced Biology Two. Toni Cooper takes time from ner work to give that sly, devilish look.
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Mr. Jackson is the high school science teacher. The
photographer took this shot while Mr. Jackson was teaching
his physics class.
Steven McRae works diligently on the disection of a cat for
Advanced Biology Two while James Smith watches.
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Science tsl ensl. noun sys-
temitized knowledge of any
one department of the mind
Webster gives us that difin-
ition of science. Without sci-
ence and without research
labs, the technology of the
human race would cease to
exist. lt would simply die.
With the help of' teachers
who are willing to teach and
students who are willing to
learn, this could never hap-
Mr. Don Jackson has been
the high school science teach'
er for two school years, from
1983 to 1986. He teaches Gen'
eral Science, Physical Sci-
ence, Biology, Advanced Bi-
ology ll, Chemistry, and
Physics. ln the 86-87 school
year he has plans for an Ad-
vanced Earth Science class.
His Advanced Biology ll
class has been very actiactive.
They have dissected seven
cats and one shark. Learning
the anatomy of plants and
animals is a very important
part ot' the Advanced Biology
Students who take an ad-
vanced science class will
probably have jobs related lo
Every good scientist knows
that an education is the key
Kevin Davis looks at the wings of a honey bee through the
lens of a high powered microscope.
Mr. Jackson tries to explain the theory ot' evolution to his
Advanced Biology students.
D Christy Young, Dawn Porter and Mi-
chelle Grimes listen to one of Mr.
Traywick's economic lectures.
Q Mr. Duaine Dickens visited Mr.
Traywick's economics class to talk about
O Lower elementary students learn a les-
son about Thanksgiving while practicing
for a special programi
D Mr. Traywick uses his hands to empha-
size a point before his class takes a test. On
the board behind him is the form for the
Anthony Hardwick, Mark Brown, George Junior Division of the Martin Luther King
Knighten, and Mindy Bowman won in the ArFContest.
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Social Studies Comes
Social Studies classes can cover almost anything
that deals with people. Our elementary students
learn social studies through many of the programs
Some of Mr. Young's students learned through the
Newspaper in the Classroom Program.
Mr. Traywick's 9th grade Civics students went to
the state capital while the legislature was in special
Even some social studies lessons were learned
through art as students participated in the Martin
Luther King Art Contest. And good citizenship
awards obviously are lessons.
Mr. Young uses one of his maps while teaching his Global Studies
Many elementary students learned the meaning of citizenship and
achievement through the program started this year.
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Carey Bowman visits with Jay Smith and Emmit Adcock before a
school board meeting. Mr. Traywick required his students to at-
tend board meetings or city council meetings.
Even the computers know the truth. Gators are number one!!!!!!!!!!
Glenn Fowler is a
familiar face in the
high school computer
Tracy Larwence is trying to get into BASIC on one of the fifteen
Computers And Math
Go Hand In Hand
Mathematics and comput-
ers go hand in hand. Comput-
ers "think" in numbers. Only
two, to be exactg 0 and 1. It is
called the binary code. Stu-
dents who take any computer
class would know this.
Students everywhere are
learning how these complex
pieces of machinery work.
One must have a knowledge
Anita Baker teaches senior
high math, while Gary Stew-
Q Mrs Baker and Brad McCombs seem to have been distracted from their Senior Math work by the
art and Bill Stuart teach ju-
nior high. Anita Baker also
teaches computer classes
sixth and seventh period.
Word Processing is taught by
Shirley Smith. Computer Lit-
eracy, taught by Anita Baker,
is in its first year. Along with
English history and Math-
ematics, computers have been
recognized as subjects that
need to be taught to the stu-
4 Mike Brown smiles
at the camera, while
Donnie Green and
Keith Mclane do their
g1-iculture And ome Ee.
Are A Major art f Student ives
Joey Davis assists the
unidentified Ag. student
while he uses the arc Y '
Mr. Larry Lairmore is the
instructor and the advisor to
the Foreman chapter of the .
Future Farmers of America.
James fBoedyJ Smith smiles at the camera while
Allen Horn and Jerry Ereman work with a metal
4 Mrs. Farmer checks a test for Carey
4 Grocery shopping is a must while the
Home Ec classes are in their foods unit.
Mrs. Farmer rounds the aisle in Young's
4 While Stacy Jones takes a break from
her sewing Tina Parker moves to the living
room to do her hand work and keep Stacy
Q One of the benefits of the food unit is
the tasting of what you cook. Susan Taaffe
seems to be enjoying her pie.
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The 1985-86 school year
has proven very educational
in terms of technology and
foriegn language. The Fore-
man High School gifted and
talented classes have planned
and carried out several pro-
jects pertaining to the better-
ment of the school. They
have taught upper elemen-
tary students physical educa-
tion, prepared demonstra-
tions on the history of Arkan-
sas and, sponsored the dis-
trict spelling bee. They even
arranged for a NASA official
to visit F.H.S and give a dem-
onstration on space explora-
tion, the shuttle program,
and the destruction of the
space shuttle Challenger.
Among other things demon-
strated the power of an edu-
cation. The G.T. classes are
taught by Mr. Rush Oliver.
Mr. Oliver was the high
school science teacher for two
years, from 1982 to 1984.
The foreign language de-
partment headed by Mr.
Mark Nunley, is on its feet
with two successful high
school Spanish classes', Span-
ish One and Spanish Two.
Mr. Nunley also teaches
Spanish to both upper and
lower elementary students.
This is Mr. Nunley's first
year to teach at F.H.S. The
Spanish department has had
an active part in the support
of the school's newly adopted
Latin American child, Juli-
ana da Navitidabae of Brazil.
Mr. Oliver and Joey Davis pose with Torn Sarko of NASA. Mr.
Sarko presented the different aspects of NASA during a gener-
Karl Beasley Terri Kelley LaDell Royal, Teresa Hudson. Ste-
ven McRae Lonnie Wright Dawanye Powel, Liz Benner, Kyle
Pyron Brenda Keeney and Derenda Dickens enjoy a train ride
at the Little Rock Arkansas zoo during a joint expedition by
l Steven McRae tries to teach Paul Gregory how to say a phrase in
Spanish Steven is Spanish Club President.
gHola! - Hello!
g,Que tal? - How's it going?
iQue importa? - What's it
1Te amo! - I love you!
g,Te gusta '? - Do you
Me encanta - I love ..
g,Donde vive? - Where do
g,Como esta Ud.? - How are
g,Como se llama? - What is
g,Donde esta? - Where is it?
g,Cuantos 317108 tu tienes -
How old are you?
jGracias!l! - thank you!
Denada - youre welcome.
LT hablas espanol? - Do
you speak Spanish?
Business Education is a class used to give students
an idea of what Business Life is like. They work with
accounting books, computers, calculators, and type-
writers. It prepares for a future in the business world.
Kelly Oglesby, Warren Sharp, and Rhonda Heath goof-off before
Ms. Smith surveys her students' work.
Tracey Lawrence works on his business computer work
Sherri Smith tries to remember key notes
while taking a Business Lest.
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English is the mother language to most students at F.H.S. Span-
ish, Polish and a few other languages have also been heard on
To graduate, a student must pass four years of English. To some,
this is the most worthwhile class they could ever take, but to
others it is a total waste of time. When a person learns to speak a
language correctly, no time has been wasted. For an advanced
civilization to survive for any civilization at all for that matterl
there must be language.
Sue Taaffe, Karen Smith, and Margo Traywick all teach English
on a junior high or high school level.
Without communication there can be no language. The FHS
speech class is taught by Mr. Trawick. Students have debates, give
speeches and even put on dramas. This year's production was
"Twelve Angry Jurors' by Reginald Rose.
I From backstage looking in, Paul Gregory and Detra Burris prac-
tice for "Twelve Angry Jurorsf'
v Kevin Wiseman checks a point on a writing assignment with
Mrs. Karen Smith.
4 Chris Clayton and Eugene Knighten playfully try their skills at stage
make up as Mrs. Traywick supervises.
A Mr. Traywick makes a point to the cast just before they go on
stage. Once on stage, cast members have the-'responsibility of a
Stephanie Dixon listens to eighth grade English
Caught in the act! During Karen Smith's Sophomore
English class, Carey George and Rene Bradon are caught
passing a note.
Front: Angel McRae simply talks too much! She taped
her mouth shut to win a coke. Back: Lana Warrick,
Stacy Cleghorn and Brian Roden all show amusement.
Hard Work Pays
Striving to put together the fin-
est yearbook ever produced by a
Foreman annual staff caused the
journalism class not only to work
all class period but also put in
many after-school-hours. Howev-
er, all work and no play makes for
a dull yearbook, so the staff took
Mark Russel assists John Frady in devel-
oping film for the yearbook.
trips to Texarkana for pizza par-
ties after each deadline was fin-
The yearbook was not the only
project taken ln by the journalism
class. "The Gator Timesn, the
school paper, was also a major en-
deavor. All articles were written
Brian Garney is looking through the
1985 Gator yearbook to get ideas for his
Paul Gregory is washing the chemicals
off some enlargements for the academic
section of the yearbook.
Steven McRae is getting a story from some
Dierks FFA members. Sandy Corbell also
is working hard on a story.
Susan Taaffe looks up from typing
copy for the yearbook.
At journalism camp last sum-
mer, Shawn Kelley and Mrs.
Traywick planned layouts.
Shawn is the yearbook editor.
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Students have the "Edge" in participation with
clubs that not only hold regular meetings, but also
participate in state competitions. By far the most
visible and active is the Future Farmers of America.
FFA members consistently place high in livestock
competition among other activities.
This year several clubs have participated in Ses-
quicentennial celebrations. FTA hosted an Arkansas
Trivia contest in which representatives of each club
matched wits on Arkansas history.
Spanish Club was revived and the Art Club joined
forces to host a Spanish Christmas classroom door
The Art Club also sponsored a drawing contest to
commemorate Martin Luther King's birthday.
FHA had the first male presidentg Keith McClain.
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The Marching Band and the newly
formed choir make up the music depart-
ment at FHS. The Choral Music group
which is directed by Mrs. Judy Crews has
made quite a name for itself through per-
formances at football games, at the high
school, and even trips to other schools. The
husbandfwife team is complete with band
director Mr. Mike Crews. The marching
band started the new year with a new look.
Their old band uniforms were lost in last
year's fire so they had to wear white shirts
and blue jeans until their new uniforms
arrived. When their new uniforms finally
did arrive they were a hit! They consisted
of a white hat with black and gold plumes,
black pants with maroon and white stripes,
tux type tops with ruffles, and specially
designed marching shoes.
Mark Russell, Stacy Jones, DeAnn Wright,
Christy Young, Michelle Grimes, Tina
Parker, Gina Birch, Toni Cooper, and An-
gie Anderson wore 50's outfits during part
of the t'American Pop" concert.
Tracey Lawrence, Stacy Jones, and Eric
Roberts concentrate on Mrs. Crews' direc-
tions during a special half-time perfor-
mance in football season.
Sandy Corbell, Steven McRae, Stacy Jones and
Gina Birch sing "Rock Around The Clock" during
the 50's segment of "American Pop".
Members of the choral music group are: 1st Row, Tracy Lawrence, John Frady, Darrell
Sain, Steven McRae, Mark Russell, standing, Mrs. Judy Crews, director, Carey Bowman,
Angie Anderson, Missy Blankenship, Gina Oliver, Renee Bradon, Tina Parker, Michelle
Grimes, Brenda Keeney, Jennifer Sanders, Toni Cooper, Christy Young, Sandy Corbell,
DeeAnn Wright, Gena Birch, 3rd rowg Jay Smi" ' ' f' ' ' .. .,
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Robbins were selected for All Region.
C Pep rallies were made livelier with the
help ofthe band. Sometimes the gym was
so hot the band would move near the door
Q -John Williams looks sharp in the new
uniform. The old ones were destroyed in
4 The 1985-86 Marching Band members
were: Todd Adams, Brenda Adcock. Rene
Adcock. Mitchell Beasley, Elizabeth
Brooks, Kevin Cowling, Tim Davis, DeR-
enda Dickens, Tonya Dossett, Melissa Ere
mann, John Frady. Catherine Gage.
Christy Gibson. Toni Green, Amie Horn.
Jason Jones. Wayne Kegley. Melinda Lee.
Steven McRae. Stephanie Miller. Steven
Miller, Mark Newman, Toni Wade, Paula
Wilkins, John Williams. and Lana War-
Steven Miller was Field Commander.
Lana Warrick was Nlajorette, and Melissa
Ermann was Flag Captain.
FHA, More Than Just A
The FHA chapter at Foreman
High School has the "Edge" on
participation. The chapter raised
over 33300.00 for the Arkansas
Childrens Hospital, plus other
numerous activities that have
aided our community. The Fore-
man FHA chapter president is
Keith McLane. He is the only
male FHA president in the state.
Melauna Talley, a Foreman
FHA member, was elected re-
porter for Federation 18 which
consists of 20 schools. The chap-
ter also held their annual Valen-
tine's Day Dance and Banquet.
The FHA officers are Angela
Golden, historian, Pam Heath,
secretary, Tracy Lawrence, 3rd
vice, Kieth McLane, pres.
Susan Taaffe, 2nd vice,
Michelle Grimes, Reporter, and
Christy Young, S.C. rep.
FHA members attended the
state convention in Little Rock.
LOPY DAYS OF FHA
President, Keith McLane, Mindy Salem,
and Johnny Rivers take time from a busy
convention schedule to have their
presence recorded on film.
Mrs. Marilake Farmer always has time
to stop and visit with students. Her
smile brightens the Home-EC. room.
Tina Parker, Melauna Talley, and Kerrie
George look at some photos taken at the
FHAXFFA weenie roast.
FFAQ Most Active Club On Campus Ja.0nS0uthef1.nd,Je..y
Ermann, Lance Anderson,
Allen Horn Scott Cowling
Richard Beasley and Tim
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trip to Magnolia.
The FFA is by far the most
active club on the Foreman High
School campus. They have a Very
dedicated adviser, Mr. Larry
Lairmore, who makes sure all
FFA activities run smoothly.
The Foreman FFA chapter par-
ticipates in all activities avail-
able to FFA chapters on the lo-
cal, state, and national levels.
Our chapter also has the highest
percent of students in the state
to show livestock. The Foreman
FFA sponsors the longest run-
ning junior rodeo in the four
states area. They have been put-
ting this rodeo on for the past
fourteen years. The chapter also
must raise money to fund their
many activities, so they annually
hold the Slave Day Auction and
fruit sales. This year they raised
a total of over 357000.00
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Sh0tl rest during the Little River County Fair.
Jason Southerland, Allen Horn, Mark Kevin Ermann, Robbie McDonald, Joe Sfrulhfffland DYOUCUY dlSDlaY their FFA
Russell, Chris Clayton, Scott Cowling, McDonald, Paul Anderson, Michelle awards.
Robert Jones, William Gregory, Jerry Russell, Chad Davis, Jeff Clayton,
Ermann, Carlton Miller, Mark Gross, Jason Cross, Charles Taaffe, and Shane
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halls of FHS as they begin another day
Ms. Traywick shows her playful mood
for the camera.
The Gator fans really take their spirit
Jeanie Carver seems so bored with lab Sandy Corbell is engrossed in selecting i
work that she naps standing up. her senior ring. N
Ms. Denise Smith does the "Royal
Sweep" as she sweeps the carpet for Julie Hannible and Jennifer Wade take a
the homecoming royalty. little break with a good book.
John Williams rests on the new benches Ms. Vonnie Chewning did much
during his lunch hour. substitute teaching at FHS in the
absence of our regular teachers.
Club got the
"Edge" on the
year with the perfor-
mance of two pro-
by the Dozen" and "Go
The Drama Club also
assited the Speech Class
in their production of
"Twelve Angry Jurors".
Mr. W.O. Traywick is the
Drama Club sponsor.
Drama Club Performs
Teresa Haddox Gulley, Chris Clayton,
Darrell Lincoln, Jewel Bromsey,
Eugene Knighten, Steven Miller,
Angela Anderson, John Frady, Steven
McRae and Gina Birch act out a
trying scene in "Twelve Angry
' E Jurors".
Q Teresa Haddox Gulley, Darrell
Lincoln, Jewel Bromsey, Eugene
Knighten, Steven Miller and Angela
Anderson act out a dramatic scene in the
play "Twelve Angry Jurors."
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Mrs. Traywick puts the finishing touches
on her makeup.
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Beatrice Bromsey, Chris
Clayton, Steven McRea, Teresa
Haddox Gulley, Darrell
Lincoln, John Frady, and Jewel
Bromsey rehearse for the play
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Spanish And Art
Club activities for students were
expanded this year with the addi-
tion of the Spanish Club and the
Art Club. They worked together
on various projects throughout the
year, such as the Spanish Christ-
mas sponsored by both the Span-
ish Club and the Art Club. The
Art Club also sponsored a day long
celebration commemorating Mar-
tin Luther King's birthday. The
sponsor of the Spanish Club is Mr.
Mark Nunley, Spanish Teacher,
The Art Club sponsor is Ms. Sue
Taaffe, Art teacher and Senior
Roy Dunn, James Smith, and Michael
Hatchett pose with their awards for the
poster of Martin Luther King.
Angela Bishop concentrates as she works
on an art project.
Melissa Haywood, Uretha Haywood,
Beatrice Bromsey, and Jewel Bromsey
help cook at the Spanish Club Christmas
Mrs. Sue Taaffe, Art teacher, Lei Ann McCandless,
and Angela Bishop display work done in art class.
During the Spanish Christmas the teachers decorat-
ed their individual doors in a Spanish style. The door
pictured is Mrs. Anita Baker's.
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Roy Dunn, Rhonda Heath, Sherri Smith, members of the Art II class have a little Halloween Display
' ' h'le settin up the art department
Pam Heath, and Vicki Royal all fun w 1 g
v John Frady poses for the camera as he
campaigns for Student Council reporter.
he Student od
The students who give their
own time to serve the school really
do a lot to help. A major group on
campus that gives up a lot for the
student body is the Student Coun-
cil. This group of officers are as
followsg Tracy Lawrence, presi-
dentg Eric Roberts vice presidentg
Sandy Corbell, secretaryg Daryl
Roberts, treasurerg and Steven
McRae, reporter. Other members
tives from every class and organi-
zation on campus.
The Student Council really got
the edge on the 85-86 school year,
They sponsored a "Toys for Tots"
benefit basketball game and were
in charge of collecting money to
help with LaDale Roya1's medical
bills. They also did many other
things to benefit Foreman High
School and its students.
of the council include representa- i
D Mrs. Anita Baker, head of the math depart-
ment, gives her time to sponsor the Student
v Henry Hooks watches Kevin Davis closely
as he marks his ballot for the new Student
Q Sandy Corbell shows that she supports
"Wright" for Student Council v. president
as she prepares to mark her ballot.
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original Canmpalgn posters during tlw
Studcnt Council election czlmpnign.
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make student athletes students llrst and athletes second Fhxs put
a strain on teams for awhile but many athletes took the challenge
and kept thelr grades up
Our sports lacxlltles 'are admlred hx mam lhe football txeld ls
one ot the flnest ID the state Thls wear a new wenght room was
last vear when the old gvm burned Last summer the gs m floor
was rellnlshed and new score boards were added just hetore has
ketball season The baseball field has one of the best plaung
surfaces ln the state
New umlorms seemed to f-me the teams a boost In tears past we
battled over whether maroon was maroon or cardinal red Maroon
won Now the football umforms basketball urnforms and cheer
leader unlforms match
Many students take pleasure ID sports outslde the school bome
ot the favorltes are deer hunting rabbit huntmg flshlng and
bowllng to name a few
Yes We ve Got The Edge whether its organlzed sports or
lelsure actlxltles, Foreman students are mxolxed ID sports wear
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When they returned for
summer practice in Au-
gust, the Gators knew it
was going to be hard work
but in the long run it
would all work out. The
football team ended the
year with a five and five
record. Many of the play-
ers were asked, "Why do
you play football?" "The
feeling I get on Friday
Night when the lights
come on." was one of the
main reasons. To really
sum it all up, the word is
"PRIDE". And in the end,
with wins over Dierks and
Murfreesboro, the Gators
knew that they were a
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Chaplin. Mark Russell, Rodney Brown, Claude Rogers, Horace
Berry. Eugene Knighten. Third Row: Mark Newman, Bryan
Halliday. Dock Moore, Scott Cowling, Mark Haywood, Brad
INIcCombs. Tommy McDonald. Fourth Row: Coach Pitts, Coach
Gotcher. Coach Harris. Jerry Key, Eric McMillian, Terry Coburn,
Kevin Oglesby, James Baker.
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Rogers. Jeff Champlan, Scott. Cowling, Dock Moore,
limmit Adcock, 'Ferry Coburn, Mark Russell, and
Keith Mcl.une watch.
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for the game.
Whois Behind That
The FHS spirit
was on a natural
high during the
1985-86 school year.
Our squad consisted
of only five girls
which is much small-
er than previous
years but that didn't
mean that our spirit
was at a loss.
put in many hours of
during the summer
which paid off in
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puzzled as Stacy Jones, co-
captain, demonstrates a motion.
many honors at
camp. These honors
shone in pride dur-
ing the pep-rallies,
football games, and
They had to make
many personal sacri-
fices just to keep that
Now, if anyone
asks youg "Who's be-
hind that FHS spir-
it?" you can just tell
themg "Those great
D Renee Bradon practices her
cheer to perfection.
Q The 1985-86 cheerleading squad includes: Stacy Jones, Toni
Cooper, Gina Oliver, Tina Parker, and Renee Bradon.
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Cooper show their "Gator
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The Junior Football team consists of
Coach David Pitts, Calvin Compton, Ri-
cardo Nelson, Vincent Jones, Anthony
Hardwick, Steve Beard, Chris Wilson,
JHSOII Jones, DRUG? Smith, J0U3th0I1 Davis, Kyle Pyron, Kevin Cowling, Lonnie
Mitchell Beasley, Victor Woddard, Bryan and Shane Bowen,
Baker, Lee Smith, Dexter Smith, Tommy
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John Province, Jerome Williams, Coach Hardwick, Jamie Heath, Donald Dedmon, Cody Dunn make up the -Junior Football
Pitts, Chad, Chad Davis, James Haywood, Darrell Hatchett, Steven Key, John Hem- team.
Chad Davis listens to the official before the
coin is tossed,
Small In Size But
Big I1 Spirit
The Foreman Junior High
cheerleaders really got the edge on
a great season. Even though the
squad was small, they had an
abundance of spirit and energy.
Just to prove their dedication one
night they traveled to Stamps to
cheer on the mighty Jr. Gators but
no one else bothered to show up!
The game had been canceled but
no one told the cheerleaders! All
in all the FJH cheerleaders, Su-
san, Tina, Lacy, Kara, and Angel
had a great year!
Susan Taaffe, Captain
Tina McDonald, Co Captain
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enthuslasm at cheerleader summer camp.
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everyame knows that she went
to Stamps the previous night.
Susan Taaffe practices her
cheer to perfection as she
travels tu an away game.
Angel McRae. Af X
"We Watched The Weather All Day. Just As We Feared . .
The students of FHS and es-
pecially the homecoming royal-
ty watched the weather all day
and just as they had feared ----
RAIN!!! The weather stayed
decent long enough for pictures
to be made on the field but at
the last minute the afternoon
homecoming activities were
moved to the gym. It seems as
tough rainy homecomings have
become a tradition here at FHS.
The rain was disappointing to
many and so was the game. The
Mighty Gators unfortunately
were defeated 27-0 by the Min-
eral Springs Hornets. Even
though things didn't go as most
Gator fans had wished it was a
very exciting evening.
D Homecoming royalty includedg Renee
Bradon, Emitt Adcock, Aimee Horn,
Tommy McDonald, Lacy Kent, Mark
Russell, Susan Taaffe, Bryan Halliday,
Queen Debbie Carver, Captain Brad
McCombs, Doc Moore, Kerrie Baker,
Horace Berry, Tina Royal, Mark New-
man, Toni Cooper, Claude Rogers, and
Q Homecoming attendants, Emily
Wade and Ryan Scott smile for the
camera before the ceremony started.
v Captain, Brad McCombs gives queen, Deb- D As hard as they tried, even the officials
bie Carver the traditional homecoming kiss. couldn't hold the rain back.
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"Never Count A Gator u '
This year was like a roller coast-
er for the Foreman Gator basket-
ball team. After dropping the first
four games of the year the Gators
came back to end with a 28 and 8
A lot of leadership came from
its seniors, Delvis Clark, Eric Rob-
erts, Mike Brown and Horace Ber-
ry. Once again the guys won the
district title outright just to prove
you can never count a Gator out
until the final buzzer. The team
showed maturity in the end by
pulling themselves together and
winning the games of post season
Steve Cursh Lakes a flying leap to secure a
Members of the Sr. boys basketball team Lursh Mike Brown Mark Haywood Joev Walker Mgr
are as followsg Horace Berry. Delvis Clark, Dau Rox Dunn Curtis Hatchett Rodney Harris and M r
Eric Roberts. Howard Williams, Steve
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there for the District title. The
girls learned to play like a team
during the season making them
equally strong at all positions,
which is the key to a good bas-
ketball team. The girls work
hard under Coach Gother.
The Senior girls basketball
team really had a lot to be
proud of this year with a 31-5
record and a shot at going to the
playoffs. The Gatorettes had to
work hard for everything they
got and with a lot of work and
sweat the girls were right in
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lnuk as she fights fm 21 Guuvretle viftnry,
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Coach Harris, Gary Shoals, Dwayne Hall, Cleveland Smith, William Johnson, Leroy and Donald Dedmon make up the Junior
Chris Gauldin, Sidney Haywood, Jerome Hardwick, Samuel Vance, Perry Hall, Dar- High Basketball team.
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of Coach Mike Gotcher, Patricia Haddox,
Sarah Milam, Penny Haywood, Kara
McCombs, Pedtra Wilson, Kristi Hudson,
Portia Wilson, Angela Clark, Edna
Haywood, Quevette Dunn, Tonya Smith,
Vickie Smith, Donna Roberts, Vickie
Green, Jeannie Carver, Clemmie Dunn,
Qnezetter Haddox, and Yolanda Dedmon.
Kara McCombs and Penny Haywood await
Penny Haywood shoots a free-throw dur-
ing a game.
Pedtra Wilson. Jeanie Carver. and Clem-
mie Wilson watch the ball game.
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D The Offseason program is designed to
develop a player's strength and to improve
his playing ability.
Many students think of weightlifters as
muscleheads, Not true. Weightlifting can
increase speed, agility, and perserverance
without giving the Conan look which pee-
'ple tend to associate with Weightlifting.
Offseason also includes running and
conditioning that is intended to do all the
above and to keep the player in shape.
v Dock Moore works out on the Clean
while Emmit Adcock spots. Coach Harris
watches Claude Rogers and Scott Cowling
work out. ,
4 Jerry Kay shows the concentration re-
quired while working on the bench press.
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as -lell' Champlain spots. In the back-
ground Scott Cowling works onthe lat pull
as 'Ferry Coburn spots.
v The squat is used to develop leg mus-
cles, Brad McCombs shows the effort re'
quired as Bryan Halliday spots.
1986 GatlorqStaff?i Front row: '
Paul Grefiorygi Head
Photographerf Second Row:
John Frady, Photographic
Assistantg Steven McRae,
Academic Section Editorg
Sandy Corbell, Clubs Section
Editorg Susan Taaffe, Senior
Section Editorg Mark Russell,
Sports Editorg Shawn Kelley,
EDITOR. Back Row: Bryan
Garney, Faces Section Editorg
Mrs. Margo Traywick, Adviser.
Frequently OUT: Infrequently RAGBOUS,
but always OUTRAGEOUSl Yearbook staff
probably spent more time looking busy than
being busy but we somehow got the job done.
After-hours-work i.n the yearbook room,
sometimes at Mrs. Traywick's home, sometimes
forgotten, seemed to be the general rule.
Cries of Uwhen do we go eat Pizza?n
frequented the conversations.
Lditor, Shawn Kelley tried to keep the
bunch in some kind of order but more often
than not, Faces Section Editor, Bryan Garney
found a Spanish comnent to make.
Senior Section Editor, Susan Taaffe
haunted seniors about their Senior Comments
and senior pictures.
Clubs Section Editor, Sandy Corbell spent
much of her time scheduling and re-scheduling
Academics Section Editor, Steven McRae
worked to perfect each page, a
end of Mrs. Traywick's sanity.
Mark Russell, Sports Editor, spent much of
his tine in the computer room.
Photographic Assistant, John Frady,
jiggled film and generally annoyed everyone
with his cheerfulness.
And last but not least, that tempermental
Head Photographer and Darkroom person, Paul
Gregory, could always be heard in the
darkroom singing SMURF songs.
Our theme, "We,ve Got the EDGE!" has
become a standard by which we hope this book
will be remembered.
Josten's American Yearbook Company in
Topeka, Kansas printed our book. Our faithful
representative and friend, Tim Cnambless,
paid us frequent visits to boost morale, give
suggestions, hold workshops, and even teach
lmost to the
Dave Gift, our in-plant consultant, helped
to keep us straight while we covered
activities of approximately 746 students, 48
mrtified teachers and administrators and
d s K - 12. The
many support personel for gra e
176 pages took about l0 months to oomplete.
The fortieth volume of the GATOR is
wrapped in a Silver Dollar cover with maroon
silkscreen custom art designed by Shawn
Endsheets ar. . . -
type displaying the 'Pablo of Conti-nts.
e maroon with silver metalic
Base ink color is black on glossy stock
Paper- ' - 4 U A
Theme ideas, division pages, opening
nd endsheets were
pages, closing pages, a
created at CHQ summer workshop held on the
Ouachita Baptist University campus.
The basic family, Century Schoolbook, in
lO point body copy and 8 point caption copy,
was complemented by subheads of 18 point
Angeles and main heads of 36 point Angeles
Shawn Kelley, was primary designer of the
graphics throughout the book.
Many thanks to to the faculty and students
for their interest and support. Special
thanks must go to Mr. Dee for leaving our
heat and air on at night. Mrs. Ruth Sharp,
Mrs. Becky Ermann, Mrs. Gail Phillips, and
Mrs. Jay Kay Vance, "For your patience with
all our questions, confusion, problems, and
nonsense, WE ARE GRATEFULJ'
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Day rn md day out we pass each other m the halls nn class at
lunch on the buses at HCIIVIUBQ at games but do we ever really
take tlme to really see each other" In Our Toyyn by Thornton
Wrlder Emily says to her mother Oh Mama just look at me one
mlnute as though you really saw me
Our Faces dlvrslon IS here to let Vou stop a moment look and
remember These are the faces of our frlends our classmates our
Remember when you looked at your parents yearbook and
laughed about those funny halr styles and those funny clotheso
Guess what? Not too many years from now your chxldren yylll be
domg the same thlng And you wxll be saymg Oh I had forgotten
all about so and so I wonder what happened to her or to hum"
Look' There s that teacher we used to gxye such a hard trme to
But I dld get a lot out of that class
So take sometrme look at the faces and really see
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With the task of preparing a six-
year plan, working to implement
the standards, and providing a
place for band and choir to meet
class the board stayed busy.
The no pass, no play policy had
its effect on the junior high play-
ers but as the year progressed
grades came up. '
As the prospect of new money
coming into the district dwindled,
board members were challenged
to find ways to cut, shuffle, and re-
distribute existing funds.
The new Fine Arts Complex was
completed and students, teachers,
and furniture moved in in mid-
Mr. Hershell Lee, Mr. Ronnie Jones and
Mr. Oscar Hamilton sit in on a School
Mr. Ronnie Jones accompanies Mr. Buddy
Bell, Mr. Gordon Matteson, Mr. Raymond
Miller, Mr. James Roberts, and Mr. Ken
Cowling into an executive session of the
Mr. Ken Cowling, Board President, listens
as members discuss a topic of general inter-
Mr. Raymond Miller and Mr. Ken Cowling
listen intently to a matter brought before
the School Board while Mr. James Roberts
momentarily glances at the camera.
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Mr. Buddy Bell and Mr. Gordon Matte-
son inquirefafbout a topic concerning
Ms. Becky Beck. Mrs. Anita Baker and Mrs. Larry
Brown listen intently to the School Board meeting.
High School Principal. Hershell Lee, wtaches the
halls in between classes.
High School Principal
High School Secretary
High School Secretary
Upper Elementary Secretary
Lower Elementary Secretary
Those Who Give "The
Girls Athletic Coach
' Freddie Hamilton
Boys Athletic Coach
High School Science
Ada Ruth Keller
Mrs Freddie Hamilton and
Mrs Anita Baker take a rest
before school begins.
Gifted and Talented
PE.. Boys Athletics
Norma Rae Smith
High School Librarian
-lr, High Science
.lr. High Math
-Jr. High Math and Science
Senior English and Art
8th Ka 9th English, Journalism
History, Civics, Economics
Great Stagf Ds The Edge!
Custodian And Maintenance
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special people because they Were in class While lunch
was being prepared.
We still Want to recognize them because of the
special job they do.
Gur special thanks goes to:
JoAnn Frye Deloris Berry
Mae Dell Hamilton Kathy Sturgeon
Marilyn Lincoln Ida Hemphill
Bobbie Hooks Isabella Cursh
" Ms. Young
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Ada R th lx
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Mrs. Gordon is playing the part of
the grandmother m the Christmas
Play, The grandmother was the
narrator of the story
Santals workshop has been moved
from the North Pole to Foreman!
He also has two new helpers.
Although they are not elves, they
still do their work. They are Levi
Baker and Caitlin Gannon.
Mrs. Tommie Ford
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-Iohnson. She is shown here plaxinv an angel in the
Christmas Play. She along with other cheruhs told
the shepherds about Christ s birth
Center: Stacey Martin is beating the cold bv wearing
her elephant ear-muffs. She is in Mrs Ford s class in
Todd Baker and
Shanna Smith are
participating in the
First Fi1'St il'
Chantelle Cartwright and Joshua Horn use Mrs' Ruth Casteel
the computer during fifth period. The
computers were supplied by Foreman
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Play is a big deal to
This first grader is
having his acting de-
but! He is playing a
friendly cow that
gave up its manger
for the infant Jesus
to sleep in.
Play is based on the
exact Bible story,
with one exception,
instead of wisemen,
there are children
from all over the
world. There were
children from Russia
as well as many oth-
Play included many
students from Lower
Hannah Bowman gives careful
attention to her work. Meanwhile,
Brandon Burns leans his arm on
her desk and stares at the camera.
supports her head with her
hand as Lacie pays close
attention to the camera.
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Beatrice Bromsey Deatra Burris Russell Carrell Debbie Carver Delvis Clark
1986 SENIGR 1986
Chris Clayton Todd Duncan Gina Fagan Donnie Green Gulley
Bryan Halliday Michael Hatchett Pam Heath Rhonda Heath Henry Hooks
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Teresa Hudson Shawn Kelley Sue Langlois Tracy Lawrence Brad Mctfombs
Joe McDonald Tommy McDonald Keith McLane Renae Milam Steven Miller
Dock Moore Mark Newman Kelly Oglesby Kevin Oglesby
Anita Pgwell Angela Proctor Joe Reed Daryl Roberts 'llimja Parker
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Eric Roberts Claude Rodgers Tina Royal Vickie Royal Mark Russell
Darrell Sain Mindy Salem Warren Sharp Dorothy Shoals Stephanie Shoals
Susan Taafe Kellye Walker
Jay Smith Sheri Smith Sponsor, Freddie Sponsor, Denise Sonja Wilkinson
Kelvin Wiseman Norma Wright HaII1ilt0l1 Smith Sponsor, Sue Taaffe
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Enjoy your high school years to the fullestg the time will soon be over. Make wonderful
memories bo cherish and remember. 1Pam Heath!
Foreman High has been interesting, but I am ready to take my interest new places. I love
my class and all the good times we have had. I am sure the world will enjoy the seniors of
1986. fDebhie Carverl
Foreman High School has been great, especially my senior year, because it's time for me
to move on to other things and places. To the following seniors: study hard but also have
fun and become closer with your classmates as the class of 1986 did. fDorothy M. Shoals!
Always remember that knowledge is power, so try and improve your knowledge and see
the world in a different perspective. fKevin Oglesbyl
Hold on to the support of your friends, because when you graduate you are on your own!
Women are smarter than men because they know less and understand more! fSue
I hope that younger students will look forward to graduating and Enishing school. So,
perhaps they will have a chance at succeeding in life. fTereaa Hudsonh
It's been fun and I'll miss it, but as for coming back and doing it over again . . , ,
FORGET IT! lMike Brownl
These have been the most unforgetahle years of my life yet some of the happiest.
Goodbye to all those still left in school, Good luck to all the seniors. fMissy Blankinshipl
Life is full uf disappointments that we must overcome. Take all the downs with a smile
and make the beat of the ups 'cause you never know how long they will last. fDeatra
The first 18 years of my life were great, I hope the next 18 will be even better. It's not the
end for meg it is just the beginning. I'm far from Enishedllll lAnita Powell!
"Life is War" Moe Reed!
We have come a long way, but not long enough. We have had it rough, but not rough
enough, and we are so clone yet so far. lEmmit Adcockl
Foreman High, to me, is a great place to go to school. Spend your time wisely your Senior
year. Party, Dance, and have fun. We did! lRenae Milam!
To liniah school and get out. To marry a nice man who will love me as much as I love
him. To find me a good job and work and buy me a house. To have good luck at whatever
I decide to do. lBea Bromseyl
All I have to say ia, "Don't rush High School, because it will be over before you know it,
Good luck in school." lKeith McLane, "Brutua"l
It wosn't easy, and I'm not going to tell anyone it was, but I say to the Senior class of "B7"
"you can du it." Put God first and let him direct your path. Good luck. IDaryl Robertsl
School is like a small stream that runs for n few years and pours into a big ocean: THE
REAL WORLD! fChris Clayton!
-To all the underclaasmen: Do your boat and euioy school while you're still here, for you
will be gone before you know it. lMlndy Saleml
lt has been a pleasure going to Foreman School. And I will miss it because the teachers
here taught ms a lot, but as far as starting over again, FORGET IT! lDelvis Clarkl
Over the last 13 years some of us have spent our time wisely and some of us have wasted
the time that was given us. Remember that tomorrow is not promised to you but if you
do receive your tomorrow make the moat of it because whatever time that ia not
productive is wasteful. fStevsn Miller!
"It's been real" fSonja Wilkinsonl
N0 COMMENT! lSherri Anderson?
Make the best of it everything, because you only live once. 1Angie Proctorl
Love can dia of a truth. as friendship of a lie. lSheri Smith!
Shall tomorrow always come and with it all the better things life holds for you. lTodd
Minds are like parachutes. They only function when they are open. lGina Fagan!
Many people wish to live long, but only a few wish to live well. CDave Davis!
To liniah school. And to be the best wife and mother around. I want the best life for me
and my family, and to get that I have to be the best at everything I do. lTheresa Haddox
Well, I have done my 13 years prison term. The wardens are really getting tough on you
inmates, so the best thing to do is have good behavior, and you will get what you are out
to accomplish. iC1aude Rodgers!
Everyone should enjoy school, but especially their senior year. Party and only settle lor
the beat, because it's gone before you know it! lSu.san Tasffel
To the fellow students of Foreman High, I would like to say that I have really enjoyed
going to school with you, even though I am leaving I will always remember the good
times and bad that I am leaving behind. So long! Nicki Royal?
To my fellow friends and enemies, I would like to say, there is more to school than lunch
and recess. So put your head in the book and your mind on the work, because it's not easy
coming out of Foreman High. Believe me I've been there! lTina Royal!
So little doneg so much to do. lWs.rren Sharp?
To the class of "87", don't rush your last year. try and enjoy it, because after this year is
over there will never be another. Remember to set your goals high, the sky is the limit!
To all the other classes coming up, enjoy school while you can, and make the best out of
what you do. I'll miss you all. lstephanie Shoalsl
To all the coming up seniors and the other classes. School is a pain but enjoy it. l have
enjoyed being around you all, but now I have to leave. To all my young ladies dc-n't cry.
I'll keep in touch, and l'm gonna miss you all. lHorace Berryl
I leave this thought to my underclassmen. Education is a very essential part of life. So.
no matter how hard things get, remember you can go all the way. III did it anyone can!
Good Luck! lKellye Walker!
Everyone has Iun in high school. Lord knows, I did. So enjoy it while you can. I'll miss
school, but most of all my friends. fBrad McCombsl
We live in the present, we dream of the future and we learn eternal truths from the past.
lTonja E. Parker!
When you think you're out of options, make one up! lJoe McDonald!
As our path, which started thirteen years ago, draws to a close I realize that there were
many roads from which to choose. There were problems to be straightened, decisions to
be made, and heart-aches to be soothed. But it was, by far, my family and friends that
made it all worth it. And I love them for it, lRhonda LaVand Heathl
To all the other classes, I have enjoyed the stay, but it is time for me to leave, so I leave
locker 1194 to carry on. CDarrell Sainj
l would like to thank my parents for putting me through school, especially my mother
for pushing so hard. I love you Mama, and Daddy. lKelly Oglesbyl
Today we are high school seniors, Tomorrow we will become Freshmen. IHenry Hooks!
The rule of my life is to make business s pleasure and pleasure my business. lTommy
It was a long road that got me to this point in life and now l am ready to tske on a new
challenge. lMark Russelll
Change, lgood and badl, is merely a form of learning evident to all around you. lJay
Those who dare to dream will someday rule the world, And those who accept the world
as it is will eventually be trampled by the dreamers. l'I'racy Lawrencel
Life to one who wanders is endlessly sharp. Entities who stay put are sarcotically dull.
The pain reliever of life is not to cut people with your wisdom, but to eternally heal
them. So take two capsules full of love a day and you can Gnd a peaceful co-existance
through salvation. If you can End your Savior, whatever you perceive it to be, the road
holds no barriers for you, If you End you're stopping all the time. you better check the
map. lMark Newman!
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Honors and Awards are a way of recognizing outstanding
achievements These take many forms Many are in the tangible
trophies plaques and certificates Some are in words like Thank
you Good job I am proud of you Others are by elections
into special groups
NHS inducted twelve new active members into their organiza-
tion this year. All the new inductees were scored on their academic
record, service to the community, and their attitude towards oth-
ers. The NHS has been active on and off campus.
Many students of FHS have been awarded scholarships for their
outstanding academic records and their high scores on the ACT
A special high school assembly is held at the end of each school
year to recognize achievements in academic areas. Elementary
students are recognized in special assemblies for academic
achievements and citizenship, also.
Frequently our students receive special state and national hon-
Foreman High School And The NHS
The drug program, the induction of
twelve new members, and a fund-raiser
for cancer research, are just a few of the
many things that the National Honor
Society accomplished in 1985-86. With
the help of their new sponsor, Ms. Sue
Taaffe, their service reached out and
helped many people in this community
and around the world.
The chapter has twenty members,
twelve of which are new. There are
eight juniors and twelve seniors. Before
the induction, the members had many
activities involving the drug program.
They taught the eighth and ninth grade
classes the dangers of drugs.
After the induction, the society gave
up an afternoon to raise money for the
American Cancer Society. The students
went in pairs, door-to-door, went
throughout the town and many of the
National Honor Society member,
Sonja Wilkinson takes a break during
the NHS drug presentation.
Shawn Kelley ...... Henderson State University
Sherri Anderson . . . . . University of Arkansas
Arkla Gas Scholarship
Frank Jay Smith ........ Governor's Scholarship
Arkansas State University
Dr. John C. Farris Pre-Medical Memorial
Rhodes College Honor Scholarship
Texas Christian University
Tracy Lawrence .........,... Music Scholarship
Southern Arkansas University
Anita Powell . . . , . President Scholarship
Ouachita Baptist University Honor Scholarship
Library . . .
Choir ,.......... . .
Business Education . . .
Service .......... . .
Citizenship ..,,.. ....
Michael Brown ....... Arkansas State University
Eric Roberts ............... Athletic Scholarship
Southern Arkansas University
Steven Miller . Southwest Assembly of God College
1985-86 FHS AWARDS
.... Gina Oliver
. . Chris Clayton
. Kevin Cowling
. Christy Young
.. Shawn Kelley
. Kelley Walker
. . . Jody Pieratt
. . . . John Frady
Mathematics . Jerome Williams - Alg. I
Sonja Wilkinson - Analysis, Trig.
Carey Bowman - Alg. II
Jody Pieratt - Geometry
Kelly Oglesby ...... Southern Technical College
Debbie Carver . . . . . . Saint Mary College
Sonja Wilkinson .... The University of Oklahoma
Mark Newman . . . . . Little River Hospital Aux.
Sherri Smith . . .... Texarkana College
Rhonda Heath . . . .... Texarkana College
Social Studies ..., Carey Bowman
Science ...,...,...,.. Sonja Wilkinson
Home Economics .,.. Angela Anderson
FHA ..,.,,.,.,.. ...., K eith McLane
English ,.,..., ..... C hristy Young
Literature . ., ....,. Steven Miller
Art ,.,.......,......,. Rhonda Heath
Spanish .,.. Bryan Garney - Spanish Il
Jody Pieratt - Spanish I
Speech ........,,...,... Chris Clayton
Accounting ......,...... Kevin Oglesby
Gifted 8: Talented ,,,...,., Joey Davis
Most Beautiful Black- Melinda
R1chards Most Handsome Whxte
Most Beautiful White- Sandy Cor-
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Wilson and Shane Southerland.
10th Grade Class Favorites- Toni
Cooper and Kevin Davis.
llth Grade Class Favorites- Mi-
chelle Grimes, Kerrie Baker and
12th Grade Class Favorites- Deb
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Most Popular Bryan Haihday and
Best Dressed- Kelvin Wiseman
and Sonja Wilkerson.
Best Figure and Best Physique-
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Biggest flirt- Sandy Corbell, Melin-
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Four FHS students competed in the 1985
Miss Little River County Pageant. After
the competition was over and the lights
cooled down, Sandy Corhell walked away
with the crown. The first runner up was a
former FHS student, Miss Lei Ann La-
Voice, Winner of the talent competition
was Daphanie Dickens and the first runner
up was Dee Ann Wright. The other FHS
Students who competed for the title were
Gina Oliver and Carey Bowman.
DeeAnn Wright, lst runner up-talentg
Daphanie Dickens, talent winnerg Lei
Ann l..aVoice, lst runner up-Miss Little
River Countyg Sandy Corhell, Miss Little
River Countyg Lucy Jeans, Little Miss
Little River County, and Sara Renolds,
lst runner up-Little Miss Little River
Karen Southerland, 1984 Miss LRC,
crowns Sandy Corbell, Miss LRC 1985
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A Night To Remember - Prom
The High School Librarians are Bryan Talley, Terri Kelley, Shane
Southerland, Debbie Hardwick, Warren Sharp, Mark Gross, Richard
Beasley, Maurisa McDonald, Ms. Smith, Gina Fagan, Michelle Rus-
sell, Sonja Baker, Kari Cleghorn, Elizabeth Bowman, and Karrie
Mr. Mark Nunley, Kari Beasley, Shawn Kelley, Michelle Russell,
Kevin Davis, LeiAnn McCandless, Jason Southerland, Brenda
Keeney, Kevin Oglesby, Jewel Bromsey, Uretha Haywood, Terri Kel-
ley Teresa Hudson, Uretha Haywood, John Roden, Eula French, Jody
Pieratt, Carey Bowman, Steven McRae, Gina Oliver, and Mindy
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