Fort Stockton High School - Panther Yearbook (Fort Stockton, TX)
- Class of 1972
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Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there
may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms
with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others,
even the dull and ignorantg they too have their story.
Avoid loud and agressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you
compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitterg for always
there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achieve-
ments as well as your plans.
Keep interested in your own career, however humble, it is a real posses-
sion in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business af-
fairs, for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what vir-
tue there isg many persons strive for high idealsg and everywhere life is full
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about loveg for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial
as the grass.
Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully sur-
rendering the things of youth. Nuture strength of spirit
to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress
yourself with imaginings. Many fears are born of fa-
tigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline,
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ever you conceive Him to be, and whatever
your labors and aspirations, in the noisy
confusion of life, keep peace with your
With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is
still a beautiful World. Be careful. Strive to be happy.
Homecoming . . .
Christmas Dance . .
Spring Dance ..
Favorites Dance . .
Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom
Emma Sue Reigns Over Successful
Homecoming was a special Weekend for FSHS students. The event is scheduled only
once every 4 years. The bonfire kicked off activities Thursday night. The pep rally Friday
was attended by many ex-students and a yell was led by former FSI-IS cheerleaders. Em-
ma Sue Rivera was named Homecoming Queen during half-time ceremonies of the Stock-
ton Odessa Ector game. Runners-up for rhe honor were Karoyn Broyles and Lali Rivera.
They were escorted by Larry McCallister, Joe Garcia, and Alfredo Rodriquez. A dance
was held after the game to celebrate the first district win over the Ector Eagles by a score
While the band in a heart-shaped formation played "Close To Youw, Em
ma Sue Rivera was crowned Homecoming Queen. Mrs. H. F. Gilley was
named Coming Home Queen.
Slave Sale. Bonfire Begin Aoiiviiies
The Student Counil's annual slave sale kicked off the week of Homecoming. The halls of FSHS
were hectic for two days with female roughnecks and bearded ballerinas. Thursday,s snakedance
to the bonfire rallied the student body to spirit, and the Panthers to victory Friday night.
The 6-0 Homecoming victory
over the Ector Eagles was the
third win in a row for the Pan-
thers. This was the first district
win since 1967 and the first time
since 1963 the Panthers have
won three straight games. The
only score came when a kick was
blocked byjames Pogue and
Terry Honaker fell on the ball in
the end zone.
Homecoming Ends Wifh Paniher Vicforg
Winier Brings Added
The Christmas season was a time of activity for stu-
dents. Student Council marked the beginning of the
season by decorating a Christmas tree in the main hall.
Another seasonal event was the Christmas Dance. Se-
niors sponsored the dance to the setting of 4'An Old
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Snow came to FSHS as the winter progressed.
For the first time, the semester ended before the
holidays, turning to lighter things, students wrote
their g'Letters to Santa" and began to enjoy the holi
Lali Rivera was named Basketball Sweetheart to
end the season.
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Lali Rivera and Larry McAllister Qrightj were named
Mr. and Miss FSI-IS at the annual Favorite's dance.
Class favorites named were Qtop rightj Terry West,
Gilbert Gallegos, David Mayse, Steven Reid, Mary
Beth Truesdell, Dorthy Hearn, and Pat Weathers.
Jeannie Maxey was not present.
Lee Welch and Jeannie Pilgrim Qabovej were among -
the many dancers enjoying the sound of "Trinity.U
Brent Siegmund, Teresa Lewis, Kathy Ham, and Mike
Duerksen try to guess who will receive awards. Jim-
my Chancellor, Steven Reid, and Pam Jamison show
enthusiasm at the junior-sponsored dance.
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Winning members of the senior team are Becky Ramos. Ann Buford. Bernie Cox. and Tim Castle. This is the second
year in a row this same team has won the bowl for their class.
Intramurals included swimming. vol-
leyball. basketball, ping pong, and the
high school bowl. Points were given to
the winners in each event and the class
with the highest total won. The class win-
ning has its name inscribed on 21 plaque in
Seniors had the highest total. They
were followed by thcjuniors. sopho-
mores. and freshman.
Compeiiiion Seniors Win
Thejunior class placed second in
total scores. Class representatives in
the high school bowl were Mel
Riggs, Doug May, and Mary Garcia.
Karen Watson is not pictured. In
this event thejuniors placed second
behind the seniors. Following were
the freshmen and last, the sopho-
Testing out his light is sophomore Bert Rainwater. Freshmen in the high school bowl were Teresa Cham-
Others not pictured are Yvonne Kail, Linda Smetak, bers, Brenda D,Andrea, and Christina Gonzales. Ken-
and Paul King. neth Rainwater is not pictured.
The night of the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom has finally arrived, and senior Dorothy Hearn has spent many anx
ious hours in preparation. At last her date, Mike Hook, arrives, and Dorothy meets him at the door. He presents her
with a corsage, and she invites him in so he can pin it on. After she fixes Mike's boutonniere, they leave in a hurry
for the big night!
Meanwhile, Julie Bryce
rushes with the decora-
tions so she can get home
and get ready for her date
to the banquet and prom.
Junior-Senior Banquet Is Memorable Event
The '6Old South" was the setting
for the banquet held in the Junior
High cafeteria on the evening of
May 5. Mistress of Ceremonies Wor-
thie Brooks welcomed the seniors
to the banquet, and A. C. Atkins
gave the response. The highlight of
the evening was the reading of the
prophecies and wills. The prophe-
cies were read by Stan Conley and
Belinda Brothers, pictured with
Worthie. Ann Buford and "Cap-
tain" Billy Glaze read the wills.
During the banquet, the "Mem-
phis Mammies' bustled about, fran-
tically serving. In reality they are
sophomores QL-Rj Elsa Suarez, jan
Luttrell, Vicki Elliott, Susan Sims,
Belinda Gonzales, Vivian Tillotson,
Bayta Rainwater, Genora Cum-
mings, Linda Weathers, Teresa Wil-
liams, and Melisse McClarney. Muff
Moore and Judy May also served,
but are not pictured.
Mike and Dorothy Qabovej finally made it
to the prom. Captain Glaze and Mary Col-
son take a break from dancing Qrightj. Go-
ing strong an hour and a half after the
prom began. the dancers below show no
sign of physical strain. 'ijumbov pro-
vided the music for the prom.
"Old 9ou+h" ls Sei-ting for
A dropped Contact lens provides a diversion for Mike
Hook, David Hoffman, and Terry Honaker Qabovej. A
funky chicken? No, it'sjust Walter Cummings, showing
Fran Tilton how well he can dance Qrightj. Mammies
Judy May and Vicki Elliott continue their serving du-
English Department . . . .
Mathematics Department. . .
Science Department ......
Social Studies Department. . .
Music Department ......
journalism and Speech . . .
Spanish Department . . .
Industrial Arts- . .
Business......... .... ..
Health and Physical Education .
ICT, DE, VoE ............
Building Trades, Auto Mechanics
Special Education .........
Cafeteria Staff and Custodians .
Fred Gottlieb, Fort Stockton High School's principal. James Huckaby, superintendent ofthe schools takes a
shows off his 'tsmilei' button. short break at his desk.
Adminisiraiors Work for Siudenis
Members of the Fort Stockton Independent School District Board of Trustees are left to rightgjohn Welch, Dr.
George Hoffman, Wayne Merrill, Pete Terrazas. and seated are Pat Taylor, Gerald Porter, and Martin Shuster.
Mrs. Joyce Childs serves as secretary to the principal. Mrs. -lane Faullcenberry, registrar, sorts out the daily
Mr. Ira Lee Henslee, Assistant Principal, also serves as
Student Council Sponsor. Mrs. Joe Mabe is a Teachers aide.
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Bill Pearce teaches one class of English II-
CP, two classes of English II-T, and one
class of English I-R. Mr. Pearce also serves
as tennis coach and Freshman football
Larry Skylstad serves as head of the English department. He teaches
one class of English IV-CP and three classes of English I-T.
Mrs. Sammye Waldrop teaches two classes
of English IV-CP and two classes of English
II-R. Mrs. Waldrop also is Pep Squad and
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Tests seem to be a necessary part of any course, and En-
glish is no exception. Typing a test for her freshman class
is Miss Danna Werst.
Poster are put to use in many
English classes. They are used to
suggest theme topics and to il-
ilustrate subjects covered in class
Mrs. Janet Rainwater and Mrs.
Olga Steup discuss the use of
poster to picture a Shakespear-
: eana stage.
New methods of teaching came to FSHS with
new curriculum. Mrs. Mary Newton Qrightj
explains to Miss Mary Ann Fuller the way she
uses the new color television in her classes.
Therman Conner teaches Alge-
bra I and is also a member of the
Mrs. Dora Hayter always has the
time to explain things like Alge-
bra I and II and Trig. She is also
head ofthe Math Department
and FSHS's National Honor
Mrs. Ann Bennett explains rules of geometry to her
five geometry classes.
Mrs. Mickey McKenzie serves as a related math I teacher. She
has two classes of regular and one class of terminal. Science is
also a class taught by Mrs. McKenzie.
Tommy Oehrlein teaches three
classes of regular related math I and
one class of terminal related math I.
I-Ie is also baseball coach and JV
Tom Ritchey teaches three classes
of related math II and one class of
terminal related math I. Assistant
football coach and track coach are
also part of hisjob. I-Ie was named
as next year's head football coach
after Jerry Gibson resigned.
Fred Harrel teaches Chemistry and Physics.
Gregg McKenzie teaches Biology I and II
and General Physical Science.
Tom Komczak teaches Biology I and is an assistant coach.
Gary Gaines teaches general physical science, regular and
terminal. He is also the JV football coach and the IV
It looks like Mark Mabe enjoys Gaines' teaching.
Clint Low takes a minute of rest at the end of the day
after teaching four periods of Physical Science. He
also serves as the golf coach.
Frank Baker teaches one class of World
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tory and two classes of Government.
Allen Rogers teaches live classes of Government.
Joe Primera teaches three classes
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Ralph Caffey teaches four
classes of American history and
one class of Bible.
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Jerry Gibson serves as head of the athletic department. He was
head football coach and taught American history and sociology
Gibson resigned second semester.
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James Bates and Tim Castle admire the sight reading award won by the C on on C 6 Plano
choir. Mr. Bates is the choir director.
Martin Waldrop is an assistant to the hand.
Don Hanna directs the "Pride of Pantherlandn band. directs the Junior High School band.
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Judy London teaches three Speech I classes and
two Speech II classes She also 1S the cllrector of
the One Act Play and sponsor of several UIL l1ter
Margaret Marth1lJohn1 teaches two classes of
Engllsh III R Iournahsm I and .Iournahsm II
She 1S the PANTHER yearbook sponsor and the
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Ind uslrial Arts
QLeftj John Mahoney teaches five classes of
QBelowj Pat Mayfield teaches two classes of
general electronics and three classes of
teaches five classes
of art. This was the
first year art
classes were taught
at F SHS.
Judith Reyna instructs five periods
of Spanish I students.
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Howard Tyson is FSI-ISIS instructor for one class of Spanish
I, three classes of Spanish II, and one class of Spanish III.
D. D. Whitc shows off his new tennis shoes to Mr.
Baker and Mrs. Gottlieb. Mr. White teaches Vocation-
al Agriculture I, II, and Ill. He is FFA sponsor.
Mrs. Kit Moore teaches I-lomemaking I
and II. She also serves as FHA sponsor.
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Carolyn Young appears to enjoy her Typing I and
Shorthand I classes.
Carol Harrel was the first semester Bookkeeping I
and Business Arithmetic teacher.
Ann Gottlieb checks papers from her Typing I and
Typing II classes.
Wesley I-Iayhurst took Mrs. Harrel's place the second
semester teaching Bookkeeping I and Business Law.
Floyd Coker studies his clipboard of swimming
records. He is the head swimming coach for both
boys and girls.
Kathrina Bare serves as assistant swimming coach.
She also teaches PE and health.
Mrs. Mary Ella "Teach" James makes sure Natasha
Andrews cloesn't injure her finger again. Mrs.
James is the girls' P.E. teacher and coach ofthe
varsity and B-team volleyball squads.
Fred Welch teaches four classes of health and one
class of boys' P.E.
Sherry Nall serves as varsity basket
ball coach and teaches four classes
of boys' P.E.
Veldon Fothergill is the Industrial Cooperative Train-
ing QICTQ teacher.
Chuck Handley is the teacher for the Distribu-
tive Education QDEQ department.
Mrs. Mary Helen Jordan is the Vocation Office
Education QVOEQ teacher.
Charles Wolfe is the Auto Mechanics teacher, Harold Starkey is FSHS Building Trades instructor
Mrs. Elizabeth Mahoney and Henry Ward served as FSHS guidance counselors.
Mrs. Francis Ball, FSI-IS librarian, appears interested
in assistant Gerry Conway's book.
Ruth Triplett is head of the special education
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Mrs. Betty Low serves as FSHS's library aide.
Mrs. Martha Primera is in charge of the high sch0ol's
Custodians pictured above are Qleft-rightj Vic Robledo, Maria Pictured above is Cayetena Rivera. Not
Robledo, and Greg Ortega.
Frank Subia cleans up after a basketball
The cafeteria staff is Qseated, left-rightj Mar-
garet Dominguez, Terry Lowther, Delia Ra-
mirez, Frances Arcides, and Gloria Broxon.
Standing are Faye Conger, Felicitas Gonza-
les, Socorro Acosta, and Bessie Gonzales.
pictured are Edwardo Rivera and Chon
Beadie Garlick and Socorra Acosta busily work in the cafeteria.
Student Council. . .
Band . .
Vocational Clubs ....
National Honor Society
Pep Squad. . . . .
Tumbleweed. . .
Panther .... .
Spanish Club. . .
Library Club . . .
Art Club ........,.
Stage and Light Crews.
UIL Events. . .
Council Represenis Siudeni Bodg
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1971-72 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Qbottom row I.-RjfSandra Magee, Genora Cummings, Vicki Elliot, Mary
Kay Whittenburg. Qseconcl row L-Rjf-Becky Ramos, Kathy Ham, Doug May, and Mr. Henslee. Qthird row L-RQ-Gil
ray Benevidcs, julie Skylstad. Walter Cummings, and Danny Taylor. Qtop row L-Rl-Jeb Burch, Joe Ben Gallegos,
and Eric Mayo. .
Executive officers of the Student Council and class officers and representatives were installed at the beginning of the
school year. Top positions were held by Joe Ben Gallegos, Lali Rivera, K. K. Kerr, and Gilray Benavides.
Insfallaiion Begins Year
Council president Gilray Benavides along with Mr. Ira Lee
I-Ienslee, sponsor, led the Council on various projects for the
year. Some of these included decoration the Christmas tree,
sponsoring dances, delivering dinners for the Community Ac-
tion Council at Thanksgiving, holding elections, and sponsor-
ing a scholarship for a needy senior.
Council members serve as electionjudges in all school elections. Bobby Mayo, Lisa McKenzie, and james Chick relax
during a lull in voting. Voting booths were used in the final election for student council members for the coming
Projecis Benel'i+ School
K. K. Kerr, council vice-president, and
Tommy Boggus take their turn at chang-
ing the sign that is placed in front of the
school each da to announce activities.
THIS IS HOW TO DO ITfSays Council sponsor Ira Lee Henslee, right, to senior representative Becky Ramos at the
Student Council Forum.
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Fort Stockton High School's Student Council sponsored a
Student Council Forum that was attended by students from
33 schools. FSHS president Gilrey Benavides greets Stacy Fos-
ter Qleftj who presided over the Forum. The Students took
part in lab groups. They were entertained by Havoc, a local
band after lunch.
QRow 1-L-RJ Linda Smetak, Sherri Yarbrough, Mary Kay Whittenburg, Janice Shaddox, Alice Maxey, Patti Fer-
rante, Lisa McKenzie, Shirley Smith, Teresa Chambers, Desiree Sage. QRow 21 Mary Gail Holland, Linda Kleine, Car-
men Kleine, Judy Birden, Becky Broyles, Jayne Beans, Genora Cummings, Connie Hernandez, Betty Prosise, Sandra
Magee, Emma Sue Rivera, Paul King, Jeanie Maxey, Susan Sims, Karoyn Broyles, Pam Eaton, Kathy Dale, Debbie
Hall, Judy Smith, Susan Bilbery. QROW 3J Claudell Long, Vicki Elliot, SuZane Randle, Lisa Gottlieb, Rosella Espino
Brenda Prosise, Margie Ramirez, Lizzie Pina, Patty Funderburk, Donna Rich, Mark Hutton, Donnie Price, Danny
Price, Danny Blau, Kathy Ham, Gary Wiseman, Nobel Acosta, Eric Mayo, Richard Shellenburger, Elaine Vasquez,
Adan Salcido, Delma Acosta, Ruben velasquez, John Davila, Danny Taylor. CROW 4J Armondo Ramirez, Jimmy
Harbour, Buster Gaston, Rhett McClarney, Beth Beattie, Steven McKenzie, Robert Weatherby, Randy Pittman, Len-
ard Ledford, Del Mack Ward, Edwina Rascon, Noe Garcza, Morma Herrera, Larry Clayton, Jimmy Dan Baiza, Mario
Urias, Pam Burgess, George Terrazas, Esther Espino, Jimmy Welch, Donnie Lefevre, Jessie Terrazas. QROW SJ Stan
Conley, Muff Moore, Kevin Smith, Sylvia Sarabia, Mrs. Gonzales, Patti Fullagar, Lance McKenzie, Joe Ben Gallegos,
Gilray Benavides, David Waters, Steve Lancaster, Tony Benavides, Theresa Walker, Ronald Roller, Freda Gipson,
Brenda Billings, Joe Duerksen, Mr. Hanna.
Pride of Panfherland Earns
UIL Qweepsiakes Award
The Pantherland band was awarded the Sweepstakes Trophy after marching, sightreading, and concert competi
tion. Other schools Winning the award in this district were Pecos and Monahans.
In the Dallas Music Festival, the band earned a first division rating.
Don Hanna, director of the band, proudly
presents John Phillip Sousa Awards to
Danny Taylor and Patty Ferrante. The
award was presented at the annual Spring
Concert. Lisa McKenzie was named band
Officers for the band were Qseated, left to rightl Rhett McClarney, equipment 1r.gGi1ray Benavides, uniform lt.g
Richard Shellenburger, warrant officerg Del Ward, freshman rep. Others were Danny Taylor, captaing Lissa McKen-
zie, first lt.g Nobel Acosta, second lt.g Linda Kleine, woodwind lt.g Beth Beattie, brass 1t.g and Sylvia Sarabia, percus-
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Steven McKenzie, one of the drum majors, proudly shows the trophy to other band members. The group
won a top rating at Marching Contest Nov. 13 in competition with other 2-AAA schools.
Band Has New Look
The Pride of Panrherland had a new look this year. New uniforms fea-
turing ten inch royal blue fur hats were viewed for the first time at the
first home football game. The uniforms may be worn eight different ways
because of a detachable cape and an overlay with the new insignia on it. Su
san Sims and Leonard Ledford model the new uniforms.
Twirlers for the band Qleft to rightj were Kathy Ham, Vicki Elliot, Muff
Moore, and Karoyn Broyles. The twirlers also had new suits of royal blue
QRow lj Karen Duggan, Jeannene Woods, Carol West, Lali Rivera, Nan Kennedy, Janet Snead, Barbara Brockman,
Vicky Young, Sherry Harris, Denise Blau, Gail weathefby, Jack Archer, Stephen McKenzie, Vicente Urias, Clifford
Wynne, Stanley Phillips, Mark Walters. QROW ZQ Mary Jo Ottaberry, Donna Nix, Linda Nix, Cathy Combs, Patsy
Strong, Jenny Yawn, Vicki Baker, Mary Ann Maxey, Peggy Glaze, Jimmy Chancellor, Stanley Cox, Jimmy Stephens
johnny Stapp, Tim Castle, Mike Duerksen, Billy Glaze, Paul Duerksen. QROW 3j Roxanna Williams, Gloria Domin-
guez, Cathy Burnham, Yvonna Kail, Kim Bynum, Janna Rainwater, Nida Ford, Cynthia Walker, Nancy Hughes, Di-
anna Lee, Vicky Ray, Mike Schultz, Terry West, Morris Beene, David Haley, Gene McGuire, Ronald Faulkenberry,
Tommy Boggus, Robert Stovall. QROW 4D Pam Jamison, Ann Buford, Tina Harris, Ann Lippert, Dianna Deerfield,
Tara Cope, Bayta Rainwater, janet Chick, April Smith, Teresa Teitz, Patty Beattie, Elidia Carrillo, Marshall Smith,
Rex Whitfield, Kenny Schultz, David Martinez, Octavio Escobeido, Ricky Vannoy, Tony Alvarado.
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Chorale, Boys' Choir and the Girls'
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Panther Chorale Enierfains
The Panther Chorale presented a Christmas concert mixing the tradi-
tional and the modern carols. The group sang a portion of their program in
their robes and then changed into informal attire. The singers then gathered
around the Christmas Tree to sing the sounds of the season.
QROW 1 backj-Billy Glaze, Mike Dueurksen, Tim Castle, Ricky Vannoy, Morris Beene, Mike Schultz, Bill Silliman,
jimmy Stevens, Johnny Stapp, David Haley, Gene McGuire, Clay Dodson QROW 2j4Clifford Wynne, Paul Duerksen
Stanley Phillips, Orlando Gonzales, Tony Alvarado, Terry West, Rex Whitfield, Marshall Smith, jack Archer, Ste'
phen McKenzie, jimmy Chancellor QROW Zj-Mark Walters, Vicente Urias, Robert Stovall, Tommy Boggus, Ronald
Faulkenberry, Kenny Schultz, Mike Hopson, Stanley Cox, Octabio Escobedo, David Martinez
Qiudenis Sing in Bogs' and Girls' Choir
Six Panther Choir mem- rrt,
bers were named to the
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Row 1 QBackj-Pam Jamison, Ann Buford, Tina Harris, Tara Cope, Bayta Rainwater, Janet Chick, Nida Ford, Cyn-
thia Walker, Theresa Tietz, Patti Beattie, Elidia Carrillo. Row 2wGloria Dominguez, Roxanna Williams, Ann Lippert,
Dianna Deerfield, Cathy Burnham, Yvonna Kail, Kim Bynum, Janna Rainwater, April Smith, Mary Ann Maxey, Nan
cy Hughes, Patsy Strong, Diane James, Jenny Yawn, Vicky Ray, Vicki Baker, Peggy Glaze, Denise Blau, Gail Weath-
erhy. Row 3-Carol West, Lali Rivera, Karren Duggan, Linda Nix, jeannene Woods, Cathy Combs, Donna Nix, Mary
Jo Ottaberry, Nan Kennedy, Janet Snead, Sherry Meadows, Vicki Young, Barbara Brockman.
Future Homemakers of America officers were their sponsor were Mrs. Kit Mooreg Glenna Cornett, parliamentariang
Lali Rivera, historiang Brenda Combs, reporterg Mary Garcia, secretary-treasurerg Karen Watson, vice-presidentg and
Mary Colson, president.
Projecis Keep FHA Busg
In addition to the officers, FHA
members were Q1-rj Polly Newsom
Connie Ybarra, Ellen Greer, and
Freda Gipson. Others were Qlower
rightj Sheridan Porter, Mary Col-
son, Becky Herring, SuZanne Ran-
dle, and Glenna Cornett.
The FHA girls had several pro-
jects which included restoring old
toys for needy children at Christ-
mas. They made candy for all the
teachers on Teacher Appreciation
Mary Colson and Karen Watson
completed their Achievement De-
grees. This was the first time this
degree was presented to an FSHS
student under Mrs. Moore.
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BUILDING TRADES-Members of Building Trades are shown standing in front oftheir project
house. They are Danny Carillo, Remijio Rangel, Alfredo Garcia, Olivas Refugio, Rene Ramirez,
Ramiro Rodriquez, Eddie Franco, Robert Gonzales, Billy Harris, Tony Walters, and Lonny
Harold Starkey Qleftj is the sponsor of
Building Trades. Chuck Handley is the
sponsor of Distributive Education. DE's
members include fl-rj Richard Martinez,
Ricky Northcut, Rick Murphree, Richard
Reeves, Dennis Taylor, Doug York, April
Smith, Jan Griffin, Carole Large, Theresa
Walker, Theresa Tietz, and Donna Rich.
VOCATIONAL OFFICE EDUCATION-Seated are Marsha Hendricks, Claudia Gibbs, Lark Allison, Nelda Lloyd,
Francis jones, and Rosario Ruiz. Standing are Terri Kent, Delfina Sanchez, Anna Ramirez, Evelyn Urias, Gloria
Davis, Josie Arcides, and LuzElena Ruiz. Mrs. Mary Helen Jordan sponsors this club.
right are Veldon Fother-
gill, sponsor, and Steve
Hawkins, president, of
ICT. No group picture is
available ofthe members
due to the fact that their
jobs prevented their assem-
bling for a picture.
FFA Boys Find Plenig +0 Do. buf Have Fun
One of the many things FFA-ers do is raise sheep. Steve Daniel, Bruce Allen, Lewis Farnum, Jody Thiel, and Ronnie
McGuire get theirs ready for show.
D. D. "Peeberry" White is the
sponsor of FFA. At left he of-
fers Don Cisco a hand as others
Thoughts of Thanks-
giving may be crossing
the minds of the FFA
boys at right as they
check out their "pro-
Three-year FFA mem- ,L
bers Kim jones, Steve 'P
Reid, Greg Brown,
Robbie Pogue, and Don
Boswell proving that
being an FFA-er isn't
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National Honor Society members were QRow 1, l-rj Charlsa Sherrill, Patti Fullagar, Jeannene Woods, Betty Schlegel, Lissa
Ray, Fran Tilton, Helen Schlegel, Mary Kay Whittenburg, Doug Mayg QROW ZJ Mel Riggs, Denise Blau, Cherl Freeman, Karen
Weathers, Judy Smith, Judy Birden, Mary Garcia, Mary Gail Holland, Marie Williamsg QROW 3J David Hoffman, Gary Wise-
man, Cathy Burnham, Shirley Smith, Stan Conley, Linda Kleine, Karen Watson, Janice Shaddoxg QROW 4J Steve Conley, Ber-
nie Cox, Diana Deerfield, Lisa McKenzie, Patti Ferrante, Bobby Mayo, Paul Duerkseng QROW SJ Kendal Card, Ann Buford,
Becky Ramos, and Brett Starkey.
NHS Honors Scholars, Leaders
Each year junior and senior students with high averages plus
leadership and citizenship qualities are honored with NHS mem-
bership. Gfficers were Q1-rj Helen Schlegel, vice-president, Judy
Smith, secretaryg Ann Buford, treasurerg and Bernie Cox, presi-
Sponsoring the group in such activities as the annual progres-
sive dinner Were Dora Hayter, Frances Ball, Mary Ella James,
Frank Baker, and Henry Ward.
QROW lj Becky Herring, Glenna Cornett, jan Luttrell, Mrs. Sammye Waldrop, Tara Cope, Nida Ford, and Kathy
Day. QROW Zl Nancy Doan, Brenda Lefevre, Gail Wetherby, Patti Fisher, Vicki Baker, Mary Ann Maxey, and Carole
Large. QROW Sj Barbara Valenzula, Alva Arcides, Cindy Turner, Irene Adams, Sandy Sanders, Margie Wilson, Julie
Bryce, and Mary Garcia. QROW 4Q -Io Ann Cambell, Janice Mosher, Linda Weathers, Tanya Frazie, Teresa Lewis, Vivi
an Tillitson, Mary Beth Truesdell, and Bayta Rainwater. QROW 5j julie Skylstad, Dorita Humphry, Eileen More, Hol-
ly Ward, Stephnie Smith, Janet Sneed, and Tina Harris. QROW 6j Cindy Hawkins, Debbie Ruiz, Crisann Boyles, Nata-
shi Andrews, Nan Kennedy, Shari Howell, Peggy Glaze, and Brenda Prossise. QROW 71 Edna Blanco, Felicita Garcia,
Ellen Greer, Polly Newson, Kim Clark, jeannene Woods, Denise Blau, and Roxanna Williams. QROW Sj Patsy Gon-
zales, Suzie Alvarez, Nora Munoz, Star Rodrizuis, jesusita Franco, Elsa Suraiz, Norma Celaya, and Linda Franco.
Pep Squad Helps Boosf Qpirif
Pep squad girls were a large
part of football season. The girls
made locker signs and added
spirit to the Weekly pep rallies,
They attended all varsity foot-
ball games to back the Panthers
The group was sponsored by
Mrs. Sammye Waldrop. Mike
Schultz was elected club sweet-
.fr M .1 mae.
ff l Alf d Roclri uez, Patti Fisher, julie Bryce,
Some of the journalisml members of the Tumbleweed sta are Q-rl re o q
Fran Tilton, Tim Castle, Patty Funderburk, K. K. Kerr, Lissa Ray, and Stanley Lee.
Ricky Vannoy and David Gomez Qabovel check the assign-
ment sheet to see what they must write for the next Tum-
As editor of the Tumbleweed, Mary Ann Maxey supervises
all phases of the paper. Chris Choate, art editor, helps
Mary Ann with the make-up of the paper.
Tumbleweed Wins Top UIL Award
33 At the University Interscholastic League Press Conference, the
if Tumbleweed was chosen for the Award of Distinguished Merit in
Journalism. Susan Herrin was awarded the "Cream of the Crop"
award by the Texas High School Press Association earlier in the year
Susan Herrin and assistant editor Fran
Joe Garcia, Carol West, Roberta Harris, and Ir.
Gonzales are journalism I staff members.
Tim Castle and Mike Duerksen, staff photographers,
work on film in the darkroom. The "executive staff"
labove rightj is Journalism Il students Stan Cooper,
Mary Ann Maxey, Chris Choate, and Kay Richey.
Shelley Young lrightj keeps up on the clay's news, a
requirement for Journalism.
Paniher Qiaff "Pu+s I+ All Together
A yearbook begins with pictures.
Fran Tilton prepares to have her
"mug shot" taken.
Being editor is a bigjob. Chris
Choate Qlower right? makes sure all
copy and pictures are in order for
each page. Chris also designed the
cover and division pages.
Shelley Young Patti Fisher and Lisa Ray
Work on final pages of the PANTHER Patti
was head of the academic section. Shelley
helped on this section as well as on the fav-
orites section and the business staff.
Mrs. Margaret Marthiljohni served as
sponsor for the yearbook.
Photographers for the yearbook were Susan Her-
rin, Tim Castle, Mike Duerksen, and Joe Ben Gal-
Seniors Helen Schlegel, Mary Ann Maxey, and Dorothy
Hearn check to see if they can use any pictures from these
negatives in their section. Brad Newton helps freshman edi-
tors Jeannie Maxey and Carmen Kleine. Brad helped with the
Others Working on the book but not pictured were Debbie
Hall, Susan Sims, Kathy Day, Eric Mayo, and Gilray
Kay Richey and Mary Kay Whitten-
burg worked on the business staff.
Mary Kay was also junior class editor.
Danny Taylor led the business staff.
Others were Vicki Baker, Vivian Til-
'T lotson, and Vincent Urias.
Mary jane Fleener served as Mary Gail Holland and Fran Tilton
sports editor. Her experience completed the favorites section of the
as head cheerleader was annual.
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Mel Riggs leans to light his candle as he is being installed as a Spanish Club officer. Watching the ceremony
are joe Primera, sponsor and officers Lupe Gonzales, Kristy Kail, Jessie Expino and Eva Garcia.
Spanish Club Has a "Bueno" Year
Members relaxing after a meeting are Jessie Espino, Maria Lopez,
Linda Esparza, Ester Espino, and Lupe Gonzales.
Mary Ybarra and David Galvan participated in a play given by the
Spanish Club this year.
Paperback books were sold by
club members to raise money to
go to the convention in Arling-
ton Feb. 17-19. Patty Escamilla,
Rosa Carrasco, Juanita Cruz, and
Mary jean Alvarado all helped
with this project.
Librarg Club Gains Honors
Each year the library club enters a scrapbook in
competition. Looking over the book that
placed third are Dorothy Moore, Debbie Moore,
Gerry Conway, and Ramona Harris. Debbie will
serve as president of the district next year.
Mrs. Frances Ball is the sponsor for the
Members of the FTA were QBack Row, l-rj Miss Danna Werst Qsponsorj, Alice Maxey, Linda Kliene, Betty Prosise,
Steve Conley, Crisann Boyles, QFront Row, l-rj Jeanne Maxey, Patti Fullagar, Mary Kay Whittenburg, and Mary Gar-
FTA Has Busg Year
The Sallie Buster Chapter of Future Teachers of Ameri-
ca began the year by installing officers. Shown Qbot-
tom rightj are Mary Garcia, presidentg Sandra Dotson,
vice-presidentg Mary Kay Whittenburg, secretary-trea-
surer, and Patti Fullager, parliamentarian. Standing be-
hind are Judge O.D. Luttrell, installing officerg John
Boyles, sponsorg and Steve Conley, historian.
Members served as guides on college night and prepared
a scrapbook for competition at the Dallas FTA Con-
The Skefch Pad
Presents "ArIo" +o
The newly formed art club, known officially as
The Sketch Pad, created Arlo G. Panther, a more-
than-life-size mascot, and presented him to FSHS
upon his completion in May. Helping in Arlo's cre
ation are members Qabove left, clockwise from
Arlo's left earl Nancy Stinson, Becky Morton,
Raymond Carrasco, Lynn Bailey, Eileen Moore,
and Tasha Andrews, Ann Triplett was only one of
the many who could not figure out what the "big
thingamajign was at first Qabovej. The finished
Arlo is shown at left with club president Chris
Choate and secretary Lynn Bailey. Eileen Moore
served as vice-president.
Alonzo Martinez was
The Sketch Pad's
Light Crew members in
clude QStandingj jill Star
key, Cynthia Rawls, Muff
Moore, Mary Gail Holland
and QSittingj janet chick
jan Luttrell, and Teresa
More members are
Bowles, Brent Chil
ders, and Ray Hill-
man. Sitting are
jackie Birden, Deb
bie Martin, and Vivi
The FSHS Stage and Light crews do indeed set the
stage for the various productions put on in Weaver Au-
ditorium during the year. Manning spotlights and con-
trol switches, and setting up props and curtains are
some of the duties of the crews. Their sponsors are Lar
ry Slcylstad and Mrs. Judy London.
Crew chiefjohnny Stapp and Bayta Rainwater.
Lighi Crew "Sets +he Q+age"
Crew Chiefjoe Ben Gallegos, Chip Brooks, and Bryan McKenzie.
UIL DEBATE-Eric Mayo, Mario Urias, and Paul Pearce pre-
pare for debate. The boys debaters placed first in several
speech meets this year. At right are the girls debaters, Bayta
Rainwater, Brenda Combs, and Mary Beth Truesdell.
UIL Coniesianis Prepare for Compeiiiion
UIL JOURNALISM-Mary Ann Maxey and
Fran Tilton participated in UIL Headline
Writing and UIL Feature Writing. Mrs. Mar-
garet Marthiljohni is their sponsor.
UIL SCIENCE-Gregg McKenzie, sponsor, watches as the UIL Science par
ticipants, Marie Williams, Janice Shaddox, and Gary Wiseman prepare for
i'The Affected Young Ladiesl' was presented in UIL
competition on April 6. David Hoffman, who played the
role of Mascarille, was named to the All-Star Cast. The
one-act play cast included QStandingj Joe Ben Gallegos,
Ann Buford, Jed Arnett, Ann Ligon, Don Talley, Jeb
Burch, QSeatedj johnny Stapp, Muff Moore, David Hoff-
man, and Bobby Mayo.
Helen Sclilegel Qriglitj participated in UIL Ready-
Above with sponsor, Mrs. Judy London, are Informative and Persuasive speakers Joe Ben Gallegos, Bobby Mayo,
Kathy Day, and Christina Gonzales. Lynn Bailey is not pictured.
Qiudenis Place in UIL Compeiiiion
UIL Spellers are Karen Watson, Mary Garcia,
and Mary Kay Whittenburg.
Participants in UIL Number Sense are Teresa Williams
and Kenneth Rainwater, pictured above with their spon
sor, Mrs. Miclcie McKenzie.
Frances Jones and Carole Large Qleftj practice their
shorthand for UIL competition. Mrs. Carolyn Young is
fr-FE ig in
UIL Typists were Mary Kay Whitteriburg,
Linda Kleine, and Becky Weatherby. Becky
placed second in region, qualifying for the
Participants in UIL Prose and Poetry were
Ed Newman, Liiia Rodriguez, and Gary
Wiseman. Elaine Vasquez is not pictured.
Football. . .
Track. . . .
Baseball . . .
Tennis . . .
QROW lj David Mayse, Xavier Primera, Terry Hickman, Clif Lemons, Lonnie Price, Micheal Rodriquez, Donnie Price,
Robbie Pouge, Mike Hook. QROW 2D Ricky Hayter, Julio Maricon, Cecil Robertson, Terry Honaker. Mark Bell. Willie
Ramirez, Paul Henderson, Dale Neagle, Andy Burger, Larry McCallister. QROW 3j A. C. Atkins, Bernie Cox, Mike
Schultz, Kendal Card, Guy Petit, Pat Hook, James Pouge, Kenneth Bromley, Stan Cooper, Chuck Aaron, Weldon
Blackwelder, Steve Conley.
Varsifg Shows Improvemeni
Although the Panthers had seven losses to three wins, the
team did show improvement and promise for the coming year
with several sophomores seeing action. The team was under
the new leadership ofjerry Gibson. Assitant coaches were
Tom Konczak, Tom Richey, and Sherry Nall.
The Panthers prepared for the
opening game by serimmaging
Ozona and San Angelo Lake
View. The defensive unit was
the highlight of both outings.
Defensive Unii Shows Sirengfh
The Panthers took on Crane in the opening game. At halftime the
team had scored 21 points against the Cranes. However, the Crane team
scored 34 points in the second half to defeat the Panthers 34-21. Larry
McCallister, Who was considered to be one of the top backs in the dis-
triet, was injured for the remainder of the season.
Alpine defeated the Panthers in the next game 33-6.
The Panthers came back to score a victory over McCarney 26-12.
Stockton continued its Winning
ways with a victory over Big Lake
6-0. The Panthers thrilled a Home-
coming crowd with a district win
over the Ector Eagles 6-0. This was
the first district win since 1965. It
was the first time since 1963 the
Panthers had scored three wins in a
Playing their last year for the Panthers were QROW lj Don Talley, Weldon Blackwelder, Bernie Cox, Mike Schultz,
Ricky Hayter, Bobby joe Hughes, Pat Hook, Terry Honaker, A. C. Atkins, Donnie Price, Terry Hickman, QROW ZQ
Mario Escobedo, Leonard Childress, Dale Neagle, Clif Lemons, Lonnie Price, Kenneth Bromley, David Mayse, Mike
Hook, Steve Conley, and Mike Roclriquez.
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Six Fort Stockton players were named Honorable Mention Players by the district. They were A. C. Atkins, Ricky
Hayter, Terry Honaker, Mike Hook, Kendall Card, and Bobby joe Hughes. Pat Hook Qbelowj was named as an A11-
District Player .
Plagers Gain Honors and Prove
"BIue ls Back"
Andrews was not to be denied a victory for its Homecoming game.
They scored 65 points and held the Panthers scoreless. After this de-
feat, the Panthers came back strong to hold the Pecos Eagles for three
periods. Pecos broke through the defense to win 21-8. Five sophomores
started in this game with one acting as quarterback during the second
half. The "Mean Green Machine, of Monahans defeated the Panthers
36-8, and the Seminole Indians won 48-13. In the final game, the Ker-
mit Yellowjackets beat the Panthers 44-O.
"Blue Is Back" was the slogan for the '71 season. Even though the
Panthers lost seven games, fans could see a difference in the team. The
season had its bright spots. This new feeling in the team, school, and
town showed that Blue was back and Blue will be back!
QROW lj ,loc Carrillo, Tommy Ezcll, Jr. Gonzales, Abelarclo Soto, Xavier Primera, Raphie Hernandez, David Nunez,
Phillip Dunn, Mike Lemons, Brctt Price QROW Zj Morris Beene, Author Wailing, Stan Conley, Russell Priscorn. Cheto
Ramos, Gregg Brown, Bart Griffin, Robert Hayhurst, Gary Brornan, Eddie Casebier, Mike Tietz QROW 32 Donnie
Phcrigo, jimmy Chancelor, Milic Young, Conrado Dominquez, Doug Parks, Kenny Schultz, Octavio Escobeclo. Rudy
Holguin, David Morrow, Manager Chuckie Davis QROW 41 Coach Gary Gaines, Danny Beauchamp, Robert Stovall.
David Mosier, Franli Villalba, Steven Reid, Rocky Clair, David Caldwell, Bobby Bennett, Monty Broolis, And Coach
.ta .na an. , ..., A.. ax. Q, .-L ' QRow1j George Fabela, Tony Ybarra, Joe Reyes, john Ed Walker, Nabor Pacheco, Robert Williams, jay Munsell
Virgil Wallace, Nino Flores QROW Zj Raymond Rodriquez, Raymond Nunez, Andy Rios, Sammy Fothergill. Don Sis
co, David Galvan, Greg Shultz, Joe Ray Chavez, David Carrasco, Ronald McGuire, Coach Larry Braden QROW 35 Bill
l Mehan, Del Mac Ward, Dubbie Wiseman, Don Turner, Rodney Posey, Jimmy Stevens, Johnny Jones, Charlie john-
l son, jimmy Burch, Manager Lee Welch CROW 4j Coach Bill Pearce, Darrel Eaton, Billy Campbell. Tony Benavides.
jose Ruiz, Santana Saralnia, Terry West, Eddie Havins, David Martin, Ramon Duarte, Randy Pouge, Jay Tom Hol-
stien, Kevin Smith, and Coach Thurman Conner.
Freshmen Compile 5-3-
l The freshmen griclsters had the best season record ofall
1 the football squads with five wins, three loses. and one tic.
Panfhers Place 4+h lh Dlslrucf
Varsity Basketball players are QBottom Row Left-Rightj-Richard Shellenburger, Reyes Lopez, Nobel Acosta,
Alfredo Rodriquez, lTop Rowj-Luis Blanco, Steven Reid, Bert Rainwater, Charles Roberts, Eloy Salcido, Coach
The Panthers started the 71-72
season with five victories. Reyes
Lopez QIOQ and Luis Blanco Q12j
aided the team to a 63-55 victory
over Crane. They also defeated
Ozona, Big Lake, Ial, Crane, and
Bert tries taking the ball
from the Permian Panthers,
but the home team lost the
Eloy has the ball which adds to a victory
in the Stockton Tournaments, The Pan-
thers were in two other tournaments
which were in Andrews where they took
the consolation trophy, and in Lamesa
where they recieved second place.
Stockton started district play with
two wins-one over Pecos Q69-52Q
and another over Seminole Q55-532.
Eloy takes the ball from a Seminole
player as the Panthers drive to a
In the next three games the
Panthers were defeated. They
were beaten by Andrews,
Monahans, and Ector. Here
Stockton tries to get the ball.
Bert Rainwater Luis Blanco
Panihers Earn Dishfioi Honors
Reyes Lopez Eloy Salciclo
At the close of the basketball season,
four Panthers were honored by being named
to the All-District team and Honorable Men-
tion team. Rainwater and Blanco were listed
on the first team All-District, Lopez and
Salcido were given Honorable Mention by
The B-Team players are QBottom Row Left-Rightj-John Fallon, Richard
Shellenburger, Ben Casas, Ruben Ramirez, Mike Lemons, QMgr.j Brad New-
ton, QMiddle Rowj Freddie Pina David Henslee, Kendall Card, Kurt Huck-
by, jay Smith, QMgr.l Mike Rodriquez, QTop Rowj Johnny Lawson, Joe
Carrasco, Jesse Gonzales, joe Grando, Domingo Salcido. The team had a
season record of19-13. The Coach for the team was Thurmon Conner.
FRESHMAN "A"-Bottom row QL to RQ joe Ray Chavez, John Ed Walker,
and Ruben Dominguez. Center row QL to Rj Santanna Sarabia, Charlie
Johnson, Dubby Wiseman, and Ryamond Rodriquez. Top row QL to RQ Bob-
by Holland, Kenneth Rainwater, Jed Arnett, and Coach Gaines.
IQ-I O. 7-7
FRESHMAN "B"-Bottom row QL to Rl Andy Rois, Gene McGuire, and Froilo Gon-
zales. Center row QL to Rj Dondi Salcido, Raymond Duarte, Virgil Wallace, David
Ivanhoe, and Trey Shaddox. Top row QL to RQ Joe David Saeny, Eddie Havins, Jeb
Burch, Noe Garza, Clay Dotson, and Coach Welch.
QSittingj-SuSu Mitchell, Irma Carrillo, Patti Ferrante, Lisa McKenzie, Bonnie Gonzales Kathy Roper Katherine
Kerr, Diana Deerfield, Betty Schlegel, Terry Roper, and Worthie Brooks. QStand1ng Lizzie Pina Cary Alexander
Meg Edwards, Teresa Wilkinson, Tara Cope, Lisa Sealey, Kim Bynum, Jeanne Pilgrim Karen Hursh Rena Vasquez
Debbie Haley, Debra Gagneaux.
Captains for the team were SuSu
Mitchell, Dianne Deerfield, and
Floyd Coker is the head coach
for the swim team. He Was as-
sisted by Mrs. Katrina Bare.
Girl Swimmers Place ai Regional
and Qiaie Meeis
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The Girls' Swimming team won many honors this
year. Dianna Deerfield was named to the lst team All-
Region while K. K. Kerr, Betty Sehlegel, and Bonnie
Gonzales were named to the 2nd team. Worthie Brooks,
Karen Hursh, and Terry Roper were given Honorable
Mention. The relay team of Betty, K. K., Dianna, and
Bonnie placed 2nd in region and 9th at state. Dianna
won 2nd at region in the 50-yard freestyle and 6th at
state. Worthie, Bonnie, Karen, and Terry won 2nd in
region in the 400 yarcl relay. In the 100 yard breast-
stroke, K. K. won 2nd at region and 12th at state. Team
members placed in several other state and regional
Swimming this year for Fort Stockton are QFront row, l-rj james Chick, Steve Hawkins, Paul Duerksen,
Tim Castle, and David Hoffmang QSecond rowj Don Boswell, Leslie Sealy, Lee Campbell, Pete Skylstad, and
Guy Brown, QThird row, Doug May, Leonard Ledford, Keith Posey, Ronald Faulkenberry, and Marshall
Smithg QFourth rowj Stanley Lee, Billy Campbell, Larry Peterson, and Monte Brooks. In the hack are man-
agers Dirk Price and Billy Glaze.
Bog Swimmers Break Their Own Records
The boys' swim team closed out
the 1971-72 season with a record of
eight wins and three losses in dual
meets, defeating every team in the re-
gion except Midland High. Seven
four-year lettermen, the first in the
team's history, were graduated this
Tim Castle springs to a start from the
block at a home meet.
Coach Floyd Coker Qabovej looks pensive during some stiff com-
petition during a meet. james Chick Qrightj proves his diving abil-
ities to be excellent. While waiting for the gun to start the back-
stroke, Paul Duerksen, Pete Skylstad, and Monte Brooks Qbelowj
give some words of encouragement to their buddy in the Water.
Aikins Paces Track Team
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Billy Huelster, Robert Hayhurst, Mike Tietz, Bart Griffen, Mario Escobedo, QROW Zj Coach Tommy Konzak, joe
Ruiz, Mario Lopez, Paul Dominquez, Jimmy Bennett, Joe Carrasco, Gilbert Gallegos, Author Whaley, A. C. Atkins,
set many records for the team. Mario was one of the six finalists in the district
meet, and A. C. was third in district. Other seniors on the team were Alfredo
Rodriquez, Jimmy Benett, and Mike Duerksen. Mike was unable to finish the
season due to injury in early season.
Shown here running the 240 is Mario Escobedo. He and A. C. Atkins Qa seniorj
Each year Fort Stockton hosts the Comanche Relays.
It is the first track meet of the year. There are about
a hundred teams to attend the relays. It is sponsored
by the Jaycees.
Waiting for their events at the Comanche Relays are fstanding
Paul Dominguez and Morris Beene. Kneeling is Gilbert
Panther Baseballers for the '72 season were-QROW lj Manuel Ortega, Brent Siegmund, Mike Lemons, Cliff Lemons,
Xavier Primera, Abelardo Soto, QRow 25 Kurt Huckaby, Kenny Schultz, Joe Granado, Raphie Hernandez, Bobby joe
Hughes, joe Martin Nunez, QROW 3D Coach Jimenez, Ramon Vasquez, Kendall Card, jr. Gonzales, Luis Blanco, Mike
Schultz, and Coach Tommy Oehrlein.
Watch the ball Terry, not the camera!
Terry Hickman, senior, is a second
baseman for the Panthers.
The coach for the baseball team is Coach Tommy
Oehrlein, Here he is showing the team the correct
way of holding the bat.
Mike Schultz, one of
the pitchers for the
Panther Team, was in-
jured and unable to
play until around mid-
season. Taking his place
was Luis Blanco.
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Praciice Makes Perfecil
Bobby Joe Hughes Qleftj and Cliff Lemons Qrightj take their turns at bat. Both are senior members of the team.
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Junior Varsity baseball team members were QROW lj Andy Rios, George Fabela, Steve Laclas, Phillip Garrison, David
Nunez Qmgrj, Charley Johnson, QROW Zj Raymond Nunez, Roy Hoffpaiur, Frailo Gonzales, Rudy Holguin, John Ed
Walker, Steve Bobbitt, Arvey Garcia, Mike Young, QROW Sj Robert De Ando, Danny Beauchamp, David Saenz,
David Haley, Kenny Schultz, Grant Bloom, Marshall Smith, Bill Mehan, Clay Dodson, and Coach Gary Gaines.
Paniherel-tes Place Qnd in Region
DISTRICT CHAMPS-Members of the winning team are Qfront rowl Patty Beattie, Emma Sue Rivera, Eva Garcia
Qback rowj Elidia Carrillo, mgr., Becky Ramos, Beth Beattie, Connie Hernandez, Eva Terrazas and Coach James
The Pantherettes won the district championship with a 9-1 record. They
traveled to Region where they placed second after defeating Perryton. Sny-
der defeated the team in the final round of regional play.
A11 eyes are on the ball while Eva Garcia sets
it up. Connie Hernandez is ready for the re-
lay as Patty Beattie and Emma Sue Rivera
are ready for anything.
Time-out for a little coaching from Teach.
Connie, Teach, Beth, Becky, and Evita
huddle for tips.
YEA! WE WON-The varsity volleyball squad congratulates each other after winning district. Patty Beattie, Rosella
Espino Q45j Emma Sue Rivera Q21j Becky Ramos Q13j are very happy girls. The team was defeated in the final round
of regional play.
Varsiig Girls Gain l
At the close of the regional tournament, four Pantherettes
were named to district honors. Becky Ramos Qrightj repeated
as a district spiker. She was also named All-State Spiker her
junior year. Eva Garcia was listed on the second team all-dis-
trict team as a set-up. Eva Terrazas also won all-district honors.
Connie Hernandez made the first team as a set.
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Laura Villalba. Qkneelingj-Janice Shaddox, Nancy Doan, Lissa Ray, Sherry Meadows, Cynthia Walker, Holley Bur-
ger, and Margie Pacheco. Qstandingj-Elidia Carrillo Qmgnj, Anna Minjarez, Annabelle Pena, Susie Alvarez, Alice
Maxey, Bettie Reid, Donna Sanders, Rosella Espino, and Coach QTeachj-Iames.
Junior Varsiig Posi 9-3 Record
Warming up before a game are
Cynthia Walker and Holly
FRESHMAN TEAM-Qsittingj-Kathy Chamblee, Corky Duran, Carmen Kleine, Natasha Andrews, Pam Henderson,
Cindy Hawkins, and Sandy Sanders Qkneelingj-Elsa Ybarra, Ester Espino, Barbara Valenzuela, Patty Escamilla, Ren
Vasquez, Dorothy Moore and Brenda Shellenberger Qstandingj-Pam Jamison, Coach Katrina Bare, Irene Adams,
Julia Arcides, Angie Duarte, Margie Ramirez, Lilia Morales, Estrella Rodriquez.
Freshman Girls Gain Experience
Entering competition as a freshman brought new experiences. Although these
girls did not score a win, they learned the values of team spirit, discipline, and
the pressure of competition.
Mrs. Katrina Bare
BOYS TENNIS TEAM-QL,R sittingj-Mark Mabe, Kenneth Rainwater, Lynn Swain, Paul Pearce Qstandingj-Coach
Bill Pearce, Chuck Davis, Jeb Burch, junior Waters, Danny Taylor, Bert Rainwater, Gary Swain, Rudolfo Dominguez
Ruclolfo Dominguez takes a breather in the Dis-
trict Tennis Tournament held here.
Siudlenis Reach Semi-Finals of Disirici
FS netters Danny Taylor, Patti Fullagar,
Vicki Elliott. Muff Moore, and Carolyn
Williams advanced to the semifinals in the
District 2-AAA tournament held here
April 7-8. Kenneth Rainwater placed
second in the tourney in junior boys'
singles, andthe team ofMark Mabe and
Lynn Swain came in second in junior
Muff Moore Qleftj shows the way to serve
GIRL'S TENNIS TEAM-Qsitting L,Rj-Cherl Freeman, Patty Freeman, Patty Fullagar, Vickie Elliot, cincly Truncr,
Susan Sims, and Janet Chick. Qstancling L,Rj-Coach Bill Pearce, Polly Newsom, Linda Hall, Jana Rainwater, Sandra
Magee, Carolyn Williams, Betty Prosise, and Lisa Gottlieb.
VARSITY LINKSTERS QL-RJ Bernie Cox, Coach Clint Low, Eddie Havins Russ Huckaby and Tommy Clifton
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Golfers Place Third nn Dnslrucl
This makes the second year in a row that the FSHS golfers
have come home from district with a third place.
Bernie Cox, medalist this year for the Panther team, fin-
ished with a total of 134 strokes and repeated on the All-Dis-
Seven new records were set during the season including a
record set at the Andrews Invitational by Tommy Clifton,
Russ Huckaby, Mark Walters, Bernie, and Walter Cummings
with a five-man team low ball of 65.
Varsity golfer Walter Cummings Qrightj takes a swing at the
'Fish' Take District Ti+Ie
Obviously bubble gum cloesn't affect the swing of freshman
Mark Walters. Walters set a new individual round of 74 in district
at Pecos. He also set a new two-day individual total of 148 at the
The freshman golfers finished the season at the top of their
district. They won the district title in Seminole.
B-TEAM GOLFERS4-QL,Rj David Shuster, Pat Hook, Dirk Ellyson, Roy Nunez Qsittingj-Ricky Young
The varsity cheerleaders for 1971-1972 are QStandingj Lissa Ray, Carol West, head cheerleader Mary Jane Fleener,
Cathy Burnham, and Lali Rivera. Sitting is mascot Mary jo Ottaberryf
Leading the Freshman
teams to victory are
Irene Adams, Alva
Arcides, Cindy Haw-
kins, and Julie Skylstad
Cheerleaders Encourage Spirit
A cheerleader isjust what it says it is, a cheer leader. That's
just what these girls did at the football and basketball games
and, ofcourse, the pep rallies. They are also the ones who
thought up the ideas of black eyes, pig tails, ties and even the ice
cream party. Oh, and dorft forget silent day. Remember these
were to build the spirit and show our team we were behind them
all the way. Cheerleaders are spirit builders and plain "People-
Cheering for the junior Varsity are QStandingj Tara Cope and
Nida Ford, and Qlineelingj Tanya Frazee, Teresa Lewis, and jan
Mr. and Miss FSI-IS .........
Most Beautiful and Most Handsome
Most Outstanding ......
Most Likely to Succeed. . .
Best Dressed . .
Cutest . . .
Wittiest . . .
Most Athletic ...............
Choir, Band, Basketball Sweethearts
Senior Favorites .............
Junior Favorites ....
Sophomore Favorites . .
Freshmen Favorites . . .
Academic Awards . .
Mr. and Miss ZSHS
larry ,flficdzllisfcrf-L'zzH Rivera
Cue of Lali's jobs as secretary of Student Council was keep-
ing and reading the minutes of every meeting.
Larry was active in the ICT program and
seemed to enjoy his work at the Post Office.
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Smfmz Sue Kivcra-Mike Schultz
Hanky Wmfherby-,411 Atkins
,Most likely to Succeed
J-lclerz Schlcgel- Walter Gummings
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KISSES OF CONGRATULATIONS
Lisa McKenzie receives a kiss from Danny Taylor after being named band sweetheart. Tim Castle takes his turn to
kiss Mary Ann Maxey, choir sweetheart.
Lali holds her roses proudly after being named bas-
Dorothy J-learn-Daw!! ,Mayse
Pa! Walthers-Steve Kelli
Gilbert Gullegas-,flflary Beth Zrucsdcll
jcanie Many- Zfcrry Wes!
,411-Arauud Girl k
Becky Ramos and Bernie Cox were chosen for
this award because of their display of scholar-
ship and leadership throughout high school.
Gow! Kitizcn Award
David Mayse received the American Legion Citizenship
Award. He was selected by the vote of the faculty.
J-faaar Graduates Nalaaa
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These sixteen seniors maintained a 90 or above average through out their four years of high school to be named
Honor Graduates. From left to right they are: QSeatedQ Lisa McKenzie, Dorothy Hearn, Kristy Kail, Judy Smith,
Karen Weathers, Patti Ferrante, Helen Schlegel, and Lupe Gonzales, QStandingj Steve Conley, Paul Duerksen, Bernie
Cox, Ann Buford, Becky Ramos, Steve Hawkins, Tim Castle and David Hoffman.
These students were given their awards at an assembly that honored other students for the highest in each subject.
W ,Math Awards i
Seated: Suzie Alvarez, R.M II-T: Linda Smetak, Algebra IIVCPQ Helen Schlegel, An-
alysis-CP: Kim Clark, RM I-R. Standing: Kenneth Rainwater, Algebra I-CP: Becky
Ramos, G-CP: Robert Stoner, RM IAT.
Seated: Becky Ramos, Gov.-CP
Kristy Kail, Bible: Karen Wat-
son, AH-CP: and Sheridan Por-
ter, AH-R: Standing: Pete Mara
tinez, Gov.-T: Billy Young, WH:
Weldon Boggus, Economics and
Sociology: and Stan Cooper,
5uglislL journalism, It Speech Awards
Seated: Pam Eaton, English II-R: Nancy Hughes, English I-R, Kathleen Chamblee, English l'TQ Bayta Rainwater,
English Il-CP, Mary Garcia, English IH-CP: Debbie Ruiz, and Susan Herrin, Journalism I. Standing: Pete Martinez,
English III-T: Kenneth Rainwater, English I-CPQ Karoyn Broyles, Dramagjulie Slcylstacl, Speech, Mary Ann Maxey,
journalism Ilg David Mayse, English IV-R3 and Tim Castle, English IV-CP.
.7m!uslriaL Business Sd., and ,Music Awards
Seated: Frances Jones, Shorthand: Becky Weatherby, Typ. I:-Ieannene Woods,
Bkkggjudy Smith, Typ. Hg Patti Ferrante, Band: Standing: David Mayse, Bus.
Arith.: Gilray Benavides, Art Ig Paul Duerksen, Choir: Llewellyn I-Iolzer, Gen.
Drafting: Larry Petersen, Gen. Elec.: and Pete Gonzales, Gen. Shop.
Seated: David Abbott,
Health Ed., Freda Gipson,
Health Ed.: Karisa Hughes,
Sp. II: and Augustine Velas-
quez, Sp. I-S: Standing: Mel
Riggs, Sp. IV: Kenneth Rain-
water, Sp. I: and Francisco de
la Garza, Sp. II-S.
Seated: Becky Ramos, Physics:
Karen Watson, Chemistry: and
Linda Smetak, Biology-CP. Stand-
ing: Kenneth Rainwater, Phy.
Science CP: Manuel Pacheco, Phy.
Science-T: Sammy Fothergill, Phy.
Science R: and Robert I-Iayhurst,
Seated: Teresa Williams, HM-II: Brenda D'Andrea, I-IM-Ig Rhonda Simmons, DE
Mercedes Irigoyen, Lab: Rosa Diaz, Cooperative. Standing: Weldon Boggus,
ICT: Greg Brown, AG.II: Allen Ainsworth, Auto Mech: jerry Englert, Building
Tradesgjay Tom Holsein, AG. Ig and D. A. Harral, AG. II.
Seniors . . .
Juniors . . .
Seniors Are ihe Spirii of '72
Chuck Aaron Nobel Acosta Allen Ainsworth Wanda Alfaro Lark Allison
No Achievements Basketball l,2,3,4, No Achievements FHA lg DE 3,4 Terrell: FHA lg French
Submitted mgr. 33 Band l,2,3,4, Submitted Club lg DECA 3,4g Speech
2nd Lt. 4, Club Pres. 45 Ft. Stockton
Huckleberry Tim and his buddies, Pat and Bernie, maybe had too much senior
Orlando Almcndarez Mary Alvarez Virginia Alvarez A. C. Atkins Joe Baeza
Baseball 2 No Achievements FHA l: Pep Squad l,2, Football l,2,3,4, All- No Achievements
Submitted 33 OEA 3,4 Dis. Hon. Ment. 4g Submitted
Track l,2,3,4g Class
Pres. 43 Most Outstand-
ing 49 Spanish Club 2
Corsicana: Student Council sec.
1, rep. 2g FHA 1g Band lg A Cap-
pella Choir 1: Good Citizen 1
Fort Stockton: A Cappella Choir
2,3, Panther Chorale 4g FTA 3g
Annual Staff 4: Honor Banquet 4
A Cappella Choir 1,Z,3, Panther
Chorale 4g FHA 1: Volleyball 1,2,
3,4g Pep Squad 23 Honor Banquet
Honor Banquet 1,4g Pep Squad
1,2,4, Sergeant at Arms 45 Swim
Team 1,2, mgr. 43 DECA 4
Midland: Football 1
Fort Stockton: Track 1,2,3g
DECA Vice-Pres. 4
Mary Jane wants to strangle the Eagle and Michael wants to
burn it, but Bernie just Wants the Eagle destroyed
Student Council rep. 1, Pres. 4g
Class Pres. 3g Tennis 1,2,35 Band Jim Bennett
1,2,3,4, All-Region 45 Lt. 49 Year- Track 2,3
book Staff 2,33 Tumbleweed Staff
35 Honor Banquet 4
Weldon Blackwelder Luis Blanco Weldon Boggus Don Boswell
Football 1 2 4 Basket Basketball 1 2 3 4 All Football 1,2,3g Track Swimming 1,2,3,4g FFA
ball 1 Ag Vice Pres District 4 Baseball 3 4 1,23 Basketball lg
3 Pres 4 Speech Team 1,35 UIL
History 23 ICT Sergeant
at Arms 4g Honor
Semors Wm Honors
We won' Happy seniors Mike Walter Becky and A. C., pose at the
Favorites Dance after winning some ofthe top honors.
Football 1,2,4g Basket-
Swim Team 1,2,3,4
4: One-Act Play 1,2,3g
All-Star Cast 1,3g Stu-
dent Council Rep. 15
Class Favorite lg Band
1,2,3,4g Twirler 3,4
Class Favorite 2g Best-
Dressed 33 B-Team
Cheerleader 2g Pep
Squad 2,3,4g Pres 4g
Band 1g Swim Team
Manager 2g DECA Of-
Imperialg Volleyball lg FHA
Fort Stockton: Volley-
Honor Banquet 1,2,3,45
NHS 3,45 Treas. 45 High
School Bowl 1,2,3,45 A
Capella Choir 35 Panther
I Chorale 45 Solo and En-
Maffm BHCHO semble 3,45 Mixed Ensem-
No Achievements Sub- ble 39 UIL 0ne,ACt play
muted 1,45 Speech Team 1,35 UIL
Typing 25 Annual Staff 3,45
Pep Squad 1,2,35 Tennis
Team 3g Journalism Award
35 American History Award
35 Honor Graduate
No Achievements Sub-
Volleyball 1,2,35 Manager
45 Choir 1,2,35 Panther
Chorale 45 Tumbleweed
Staff 35 Spanish Club 2
Swim Team 1,2,3,45 Cap-
tain 4g Honor Banquet
1,2,4g High School Bowl
2,3,45 Class Pres 25 A Cap-
pella Choir 2,35 Panther
Chorale 45 Pres 45 All-
Region 45 Mixed Ensemble
253,45 Solo and Ensemble
3,45 UIL One-Act Play 35
Speech Team 35 Annual
Staff 3,45 Tumbleweed
Emma Sue, Karoyn, and Lali, homecoming queen nomi- LUCY CQISYH Ronnie Flhadwick
. . No Achievements Sub- No Achievements Sub-
nees, smile at the thought of being named queen. mitted mitted
Mike provides the beat for Havoc, a local rock band.
Wink: Football 1,25
Track 2,35 Class Pres
15 Band 1,2,35 De-
bate 35 District De-
bate 35 Choir 1,2,35
Football 45 Choir
45 Baseball 45 Best-
Dressed 45 Honor
Tumbleweed staff 3,45
Honor Banquet 4
Football 1,2,3,45 Bas-
ketball 1,25 FTA 3,45
NHS 3,45 Geometry
Award 35 American
History Award 35
VOE 45 Honor Gra-
duate5 Honor Banquet
1,2,3,45 High School
Tom Clifton Phylis Clark
Golf 4 No Achievements
Honor Banquet 3,45 Year
book Staff 1,2,3,45 Editor
45 Tumbleweed Staff 3 4
Quill and Scroll 45 Tennis
35 Art Club 45 Pres. 4
Football 1,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 1gTrack lg Golf
1',2,3,4g All-District 3,4g
Honor Banquet 1,2,3,4g
NHS 3,4g Pres. 4: High
School Bowl 1,2,3,4:
Spanish II Award 3g
UTL Debate 13 Honor
No Achievements Sub-
Golf 2 3 4 Student
Council Rep 4g Most
Likely To Succeed 4g
UIL One Act Play 35
Honor Banquet 13 Light
Tim is the rhythm guitarist for Havoc. Other members not pic-
tured are seniors Paul Duerksen, lead guitarist, and Steve
Rosa Diaz Edward Duarte Roy Duarte
Pep Squad 1,2,3g FHA No Achievements No Achievements Sub-
13 VOE 3,49 Honor Submitted mitted
Track 1,2,4g A Capella
Choir 2,35 Panther
Chorale 4g Reporter 4g
All-Region Choir 43
Class Vice-Pres. 13
Band lg Tumbleweed
Staff 4g Yearbook
Swim Team 1,2,3,4g A
Capella Choir 2,33 Pan-
ther Chorale 4q All-
Region 4g Honor
And here she is-Jan, the grand champion gum blower of the
jo Ann Espino
Pep Squad l,2,3g
Spanish Club 1,4
Band 1,2 ,3,4g All-Re-
gion 1,2,3,4g All-Area
3,4gAl1-State 3,4g Hon-
or Banquet 1,2,4g NHS
3,43 Drum Major 33
Swim Team 1,2,4g UIL
Spelling 1g UIL Typing
4g Honor Graduate
Basketball Manager 2 3 4
Spanish Club 1 2 3 4
Mary jane Fleener
B-Team Cheerleader 2:
Varsity 8a Head Cheer-
leader 4: Student Coun-
cil 4: Pep S uad1,2,3:
Tumbleweed Staff 3:
No Achievements Sub-
Joe Ben Gallegos
Track 2: Band 1,2,3,4:
All-District 3,4g Drum
Major 4: Student Coun-
cil Rep. 3: Treas. 4:
Light Crew 1,2,3,4g
Speech Team 3,43 An-
nual Staff 3g Tumble-
weed staff 3
Spanish Club 3,45
Honor Banquet 4
That Duerlcsen charm has caught Lisa as she finds Paul irresistible
jolly Garcia Lou Ann Gaston Billy Glaze Larry J. Gonzales Larry V Gonzales
Pep Squad 1 Spanish A Capella Choir 1,2 Football 23 Swim Team Pecos: Basketball 1: Baseball 1 2 3 Captain 3
Club 2 4 Reporter 4 Manager 4: Class Favor- Baseball 1: Band 13 Manager 4 FFA 1 2
Choir 3 4 Tumble ite 3: A Capella Choir Fort Stockton: Bas-
weed Staff 3 1,2,3g Panther Chorale ketball 2: Track 2:
4 Baseball Manager 2:
Spanish Club 2: VICA
Senior Poriraiis Are Special
Lupc Gonzales Manuel Gonzales Robert Greer jan Griffin Billy Harris
Spanish Club 4: Re- No Achievements Sub- DECA 31 Track 4 Marfa: Band 1,21 FTA No Achievements Sub-
porter 4: Honor mitted 1,21 Spanish 1,21 mitted
Banquet 4 Fort Stockton: Pep
Squad 3,41 DECA 4
Tina, Connie and Dorothy fill out order blanks for senior portraits.
Ramona Harris Tina Harris
Library Club 1,2,3,4: A Capella Choir 3: Pan-
Vice-Pres 3: President ther Chorale 41 Solo
4: District Secretary: and Ensemble 4: Betty
Choir 1,41 VICA 3,41 Crocker Homemaker
District VICA Award 4
Swim Team 1,2,3,4:
Captain 41 UTL Num-
ber Sense 1,2: Honor
Golf 21 Speech Team
3,41 Annual Staff 31
Sul Ross History Con-
test 3: VICA President
Band 1,21 DECA 4
Football 1,2,3,4: Hon.
Mention All-District 41
Basketball 1: FFA 1,2,3
Secretary 25 Honor Ban-
quet 4 1
Band l,2,3,4g All-Region
l,2,3,4g Volleyball B-Team
lg Volleyball Varsity 2,3,4g
All-District 2g UIL Spelling
23 UIL Typing 3
Football l,2,3,4g Basketbal
lg Baseball B-Team 25 Base-
ball Varsity 3,4
Swim Team l,2,3,45 Cap-
tain 3,43 Class Favorite 23
Student Council Rep. 3g
Speech Team 3: Honor
Banquet l,2,3,4g Light
Crew 4g Chemistry Award
Band lg Honor Banquet
l,3,4g Swim Team Manager
2,3,4g UIL One-Act Play 3g
Tumbleweed Staff 3g An-
nual Staff 43 Senior Girl
Band lg Volleyball lg OEA
3,4g OEA Contest 3g OEA
3?One'ACt PHY 49Au'Staf "Smile pretty at the birdie,', the photographer tells Jan as he
Cast 4g Honor Graduate
takes her picture.
No Achievements Sub-
Football l,2,3,4g All-Dis-
trict Hon. Mention 4g FFA
Mike Hook Pat Hook Carl Houck Russ Huckaby janet Johnson
Football 1,2,3,4g All- Football 1,2,3,4g All- No Achievements Sub- Golf 2,3,4 No Achievements Sub
District Hon. Mention District 4gA1l-West mitted mitted
4g Track 1,2g A Cap- Texas 45 Golf 2,3,4g
pella Choir 1,2 FFA 3
Kristy Kail Terri Kent Brad Kincaid Freddie Lane
NHS 3,43 Honor Ban- Band 1 g OEA 3g No Achievements Sub- No Achievements Sub-
quet 1,25 UIL History VOE 3,4 mitted mitted
Contest 3g Spanish
Club 1,2,3,4g Spanish
Award 33 Girls Choir
4g Honor Graduate
Sensors Take I+ Easg
David, Clif, Walter, Larry, and David demonstrate a favorite senior pastime-relaxing.
Guy and Tim listen closely as Paul cracks his latest joke during a swim meet
Carole Large Stanley Lee Clif Lemons Ann Ligon
Freshman Cheer- Swim Team 1,2,3,4g Football 1,4g Baseball Swim Team 1,2g Manager
leaclerg Pep Squad 1,2, Tumbleweed Staff4 1,2,3,4 3g FTA 1,2,3g Band 1,2g
3,49 Honor Banquet One-Act Play 2,3,4g Light
3,4g Girls Choir 3g Crew lg Speech Team
DECA 4 1,2,3,4g Student
Council Rep. 33 UIL
Typing 3g Annual Staff
3g VOE Reporter 4
Claudell Long Maria Lopez Reyes Lopez Penny Marable Pete Martinez
Band 1,2,3,4g All- FHA 1g Spanish Club Basketball 1,2,3,4g All- Band 1gChoir 2,35 VICA 3,4g Honor Banquet
Region 1,3,4g Volley- 3,43 OEA 3,4 District 4 DECA 3 4
ball 1gFl-IA 13 DECA
Seniors Are Leaders in
Luis, All-District, concentrates on making his lay-up shot
Mary Ann Maxey
Freshman Cheerleader: B-Tearr
Cheerleader 2: Pep Squad l,2,
3,4: UIL Ready Writing 1,33
UTL journalism 4: A Capella
Choir l,2,3: Panther Chorale
4: Solo and Ensemble 3: Tum-
bleweed Staff 3: Editor 4: An-
nual Staff 4: Quill and Scroll
4: Honor Banquet 4
Ely: Football l,2: Basketball
l: Track lg Baseball lg Band
l,2g Student Council Rep. 2
Fort Stockton: Football 3,4:
VICA 3: Honor Banquet 4:
Senior Boy Favorite
Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball
l,2,3: Track l,2: Most Athle-
tic 3: ICT 4: Mr. FSHS 4
Band l,2,3,4: All-Region 2,3:
Lieutenent 4: Honor Banquet
Basketball 1: Track 1: Light
Crew l,3,4: Golf 3: FFA Pres-
sident 25 Student Council Rep
Band 1,2,3,4: Solo and
Ensemble l,2,3,4q NHS 3,
4g Student Council Rep.
45 Swim Team 1,2,4g Ho-
nor Banquet 1,2,3,4g Honor
' Nicky Milan
' No Achievements Sub-
Su Su Mitchell
Band 13 Swimming 1,2,3,4g
Captain 4g Diving 2,3,4g
Student Council Rep. 2g
Honor Banquet 4
Band 1,25 Tumbleweed
Staff 3: DECA 4
"Man do I feel sorry for him!" Mike thinks with a grin as he
eyes his next strike out victim.
Rick Murphee Robert Myers Dale Neagle Ricky Northcut
JV Swim Team 2g No Achievements Sub- Football 1,2,3,4g Base- FFA 1,2,3g DECA 4
DECA 4 mitted ball 1,2,3,4g FFA
Study? Who Me? You've got to be kidding! Terry cracks a smile at the thought of studying while Steve looks to see what's
Seniors Musi Qiudg. S+udg
Mary -lo Ottaberry johnny Oyervides Clayton Parker Mary Faye Pena Guy Pettit
Freshman Cheerleader: UIL Spelling 11A Ca- No Achievements Sub- Volleyball 1: Choir 3.4 Football 1.2: Track 1,21
Pep Squad l,2,3: Pan- pella Choir 1,2,3: Mixed mitted VICA 3: Vice-Pres. 3:
ther 4: Chorale 4 Ensemble 1.2,3: UIL DECA 4: President 4
Solo and Ensemble 3
Larry Pittman james Pogue Dirk Price Donnie Price Lonnie Price
Baseball 1: Band 1,2: Honor Banquet 4 Football 1,2: Swim Band 1,2,3,4: Football Band 1,2: Football 3,4
Choir 3,4: A Capella Team Manager 4 4: All-Region Band 4
Band 1,2,3: All-District 1,
2: All-Region 3: Volleyball
1,2,3,4: All-District 2.3:
All-State 3: NHS 3,41 Ho-
nor Graduate: Salutatorian:
Most Athletic Girl 2.3: UIL
Typing 3: Spanish Club 4:
Student Council Rep. 4:
Chemistry Award 3: Typ-
ing I 3: Honor Banquet
1.2.3,4: High School Bowl
FHA 1,2: Honor Banquet
l,2,4: Tumbleweed Staff
3: Pep Squad 3: NHS 3:
Band 1,2,3,4: DECA 4
VOE 3.4: Treasurer 4
No Achievements Sub-
Stanley cracks the books as he tries to convince his teachers
he's really studying.
FHA l:Annual staff
2,3,4: Asst. Business
Editor 4: Library Club
Feature Editor 4
Emma Sue Rivera
gion 4: Homecoming
Queen 4: Most
Larry laughs at the idea of finding himself in the Air Force.
Student Council Class Pres. 13 Rep.
33 Secretary 4g Choir l,2,3,43 Re-
orter 3' Mixed Ensemble 3' A Ca el-
P Q y P
la 33 Panther Chorale 43 Secretary 43
Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Secretary 23
Vice-Pres. 33 FHA 3,43 President 3g
Historian 43 Cheerleader 1,2,43 Var-
sity 43 Miss FSHS 4g One Act Play 33
jr. Class Favorite 33 Basketball
Voc. Ag. 1,2,33 Vice-Pres. 43 Voc. Ag.
Award 33 Football 2
Spanish Club 1,23 Track 133,43
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Tumbleweed
Staff 43 Annual Staff 4
Lilia E. Rodriguez
Spanish Club 3,43 OEA 3,43 Presi-
Alpine: FFA 1,23 Band 1,23 Track 1
2g Football 1,23 FSHS: Track 3g
Basketball Manager 3,4
No Achievements Submitted
Ronald Roller Ruben Rosas Carol Rose Luz Elena Ruiz
Bay City: Band 1,2,3g No Achievements Sub- No Achievements Sub- FHA 13 VOE 3,4
FTA 1,2,3g VICA Weld- mitted mitted
ing Club President 4
Rosario Ruiz Eloy Salcido Darrell Sanders Sylvia Sarabia
FHA lg VOE 3,4 Track lg Football lg No Achievements Sub- Band 1,2,3,4g Lt. 4g Class
Basketball 1,2,3,4g All- mitted Secretary 3g PTSA Rep. 3
I8 Yr. Olds E nfer fhe Ad uli World
Exercising her newly gained right, Mary Ann prepares to vote for the first time.
UIL Spelling 1 g Ready-
Writing 3,4g World His-
tory Contest 2g Crisco
Award Zg FHA Parlia-
mentarian 2g Pep Squad
2,3,4g Honor Banquet
1,2,3,4g Annual Staff 2,
4g NHS 3,43 Vice-Pres.
45 Algebra ll Award 3g
Award 3g Girls Swim
Team Manager 3,4g Girl
Most likely to Succeed
4: Honor Graduate
Football 1,41 Baseball
Mention All-District 3g
A Capella Choir 2,35
Panther Chorale 4:
PYSA Rep. 4g Pep
Squad Beau 4: Most
Handsome 4g Honor
Tulia: Basketball 1
FSHS: Pep Squad 2:
Choir 2,33 DECA 3,41
Honor Banquet 4
A ril Smith
UIL Spelling lg A Capella
Choir 1,2,3g Panther Cho-
rale 4g Speech Team 31 Pep
Squad 1,2,3g DECA 4
Band 1,2,3,4g Solo 84
Ensemble 1,3g FHA 1g
NHS 3,4g Secretary 4g
Bookkeeping Award 3g
Honor Banquet 1 ,2,3,4g
Light Crew 1,2,3,4g
Chief4g Track 1g
Speech Team 3g One-
Act Play 3,4g Panther
Del Rio: ROTC Drill
Team 1,25 American
FSHS: Football 4:
One-Act Play 43 Honor
Tennis 1,2,3,4g Band 1,
2,3,4: All-Region 3,43
Captain 4g Stage Band
3,4: Honor Ban uet 1,
4g Business Stafcll 3,4g
Manager 45 Best
Dressed Boy 35 Student
Council Rep. 4: Cutest
Basketball 1,2,3g An-
nual Staff 3g DECA 4
Spanish Club 1,23 FHA
Qrs. Express Themselves
1g Honor Banquet 1g
Pep Squad 35 Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4g All-Dis-
Teresa Tietz Estella Valenzuela Cipriano Velasquez Delma Villaba Theresa Walker
Choir 1,2,3g A Capella Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g No Achievements Sub- No Achievements Sub- FHA 1gVolleyball 1 2
2g Panther Chorale 4g FHA 15 Spanish Club 1, mitted mitted Band 1,2,3,4g Stage Band
Volleyball 1gFHA1g 2,3,4g VOE 3,4 3,4g DECA 4
No Achievements Sub-
FFA Sweetheart lg lst
Runner-Up at State lg
Student Council Rep.
lg Class Secretary 4g
Swim Team Manager lg
Band lg Rep lg Honor
Banquet l,4g Speech
Team lg One-Act Play
33 UIL Spelling 33 UlL
Typing 4g Most Out-
standing 4g DAR Good
"I think your tassel is on the wrong side," julie warns
No Achievements Sub-
Lafayett, La.: Voley-
ball lg GRA lg Girls
Prep Choir l
FSHS' Pe S uacl 2 3
- P fl , i
43 Honor Banquet 2,4g
A Capella Choir 3g Pan-
ther Chorale 4g OEA 4
Abilene: Pan American
Club 2: NJHS 1:
FSHS: FHA 31 NHS 3,
4: Honor Banquet 3,4:
UIL History Contest 3:
PTSA Rep. 4g Honor
Choir 2,3,4q A Capella
3g Panther Chorale 4g
Pep Squad 2,3,4g Solo
81 Ensembleg Honor
No Achievements Sub-
The End of ihe Beginning
for Seniors '72
The Senior Class of 1972 stands together the last time at Graduation.
they race to turn in their robes.
Finally' After 12 years of hard work, it fi-
nally pays off for Leonard.
"I beat ya! I beat ya!,' Terry yells at David and Mike as
Serving asjunior class officers were Kathy Ham, Mary Kay Whittenburg, Lissa Ray,
Monte Brooks, Worthie Brooks, and Brent Siegmund. Kathy, Mary Kay, Monte, and
Lesley Sealey are representatives. Worthie is president, Brent is vice-president, and
Lissa is secretary. Lesley is not pictured.
Juniors Show Leadership Qualifies
Betty Schlegel, Diana Deerfield, and Terry Roper were winning representatives of their class on the Girls' Swim
Team. They won these trophies at a meet hosted by FSI-IS.
'Tve got spirit, you get some," junior cheerleader Lissa Ray
ing school spirit at athletic events.
I Juniors Serve as School Leaders
says. Lissa was one of the three junior cheerleaders direct-
Mary Gail Holland
K. K. Kerr
For Senior Year
Henry Ward is not really a beast. As
class sponsor, he was a great help in
planning Junior activities. Fran Til-
ton talks with Mr. Ward about
and +he Beasi
scheduling the Favorites Dance on
the Activities Calendar.
Denise Blau and Steve McKenzie
make music at the choir's Christmas
Make Your Own Kind of Music
Juniors Celebraie Arrival of
The class of ,73 was the first to have a variety of rings to choose from.
In the early falljuniors met in an assembly to select ring styles and to place
orders from the L. G. Balfour Co. Finally the rings arrived and approximate
ly 130 elatedjuniors received their rings at an informal party held in the
high school cafeteria January 21.
Senior Rings Wiih
Mary Kay Whittenburg
"Ladder, how dare you insult me like that!"
Whois the Clown? Smiling faces are Bobby Mayo,
Mary Gail Holland, Fran Tilton, David Mosher,
Brent Siegmund, Teresa Lewis, Kathy Ham, and
Juniors Do Their Thing!
Is this what you call a sure shot?
"Kendall, so help me, if
you get one bit closer. . . !
The Junior Class has their own monkeys! Jr. Gonzales, see no evilgjoe Garcia, hear no evilg David
Gomez, speak no evil.
Robert Stovall, Eric Mayo, Vicki Elliott. Genora Cum-
mings, and Rosa Carrasco led the sophomore class in
many activities. Other class officers not present were
Tommy Boggus, representative to the Student Council,
and Mary Beth Truesdell. PTSA representative. Robert is
a PTSA representative, and Erie is a Council representaf
tive. Vicki and Rosa are Council representatives. Serving
as class president was Genora Cummings.
Qophomores Serve as Leaders
Bert Rainwater, sophomore, is one of the top
Francisco de la Garza
Tanya F razee
for Their Fuiures
Rene Minj ares
Gilbert Gallegos was named sophomore favorite at the
Favorites Dance. This is the second year in a row he
has been the favorite of his class. There HAS to be a
Are Halfway There
Joe Martin Nunez
Io Ann Parks
Su Zane Randle
Planning strategy in the swimming in tramurals
are Karen Hursh Vivian Tillotson, Muff Moore
Judy May and Linda Weathers. The sophomore
class placed 2nd IH the event.
Sophomore Muff Moore was chosen Best Dressed by the student body.
S as-f ,- .F
Edwina Rascon takes advantage of
the library nights to work on a re-
search paper. This is the first year
the library has stayed open one
night a week for student use.
Mary Beth Truesdell
,Q Sylvia Vargus
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CLASSMAN-Sandra MaGee and Ju-
Julie Skylstad debate ovei: where
the plates go with sophomores
Vicki Elliot and Genora Cummings.
B-Team Cheerleaders-QL-R, top rowj Tanya Frazee and Teresa Lewisg QL-R, second rowj Tara Cope and Jan Luttrellg and
middle Nida Ford. i
John Fallon was only one ofthe
sophomore class members that par-
ticipated in athletic events.
Aihleiic Evenis lnferesi Sophs
were Nida Ford,
Tara Cope, Jan Lut-
trell, Tanya Frazee,
and Teresa Lewis.
Clay Dodson Qstanding left was elected as freshman class pres
ident Jeb Burch represented the class on the Student Council
along with Julie Skylstad Mark Walters and Sandra Magee are
also representatives but are not pictured
Freshmen Begun Learning Experuence
Mary Helen Blanco
Freshmen were interested in their futures even though they were just beginning their high school
years. Crisann Boyles and Jeanne Maxey acted as guides on College Night but took advantage of early-
arriving Angelo State University representatives to ask questions about college.
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Each year the freshmen class has the duty of building a bonfire before the homecoming game. The bonfire was the
beginning of a successful weekend. The Panthers defeated the Ector Eagles.
Class Accepis Responsibililies
joe Ray Chavez
Raising the flag each day has always been the responsibility of the freshmen boys. This year's flag-raisers are Chip
Brooks, Charles Bowles, and Brent Childers.
Christy Gonz ale s
Happiness ls Being a Freshman!
Being a Freshman isn't so bad. just look at julie Skylstad and Cindy Hawkins smiling brightly. After all they have
just attended the Style Show put on by the PTSA.
Terry West is poised to strike
Could his potential victim be a
The high school office is always a busy place. Pam Jamison finally gets to the front of the line
Underclassmen Adjust +o School Rush
i Dwayne Hope
I Donnie Lefevre
Freshman Student Council members Clay Dodson, Sandra Magee, julie Skylstad, and Mark Walters took a break
from the Student Council Forum to enjoy lunch. The forum brought students to FSHS from 33 West Texas schools.
Io Ann Longoria
joe Alex Lopez
Freshmen Back Aihleiic Teams
Roy Rafael Ramona Sandra Juanita Manuel
Nunez OliVaS OHVHS Olivas Ontiveras Ortega
These Freshmen were chosen by
their class as representatives for
their 1972-1973 sophomore
year. They are: QL to RJ Robert
Weatherby, Kenneth Rainwater,
Carmen Kliene, and Jeanne
Freshmen Are Voters
Freshmen Are Underclassmen
joe David Saenze
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Duerksen, Paul 62,64,71,
Espino,jo Ann 156
Everett, Bill 156
Ferrante, Patti 58,104,143,
Fleener, Mary jane 77,124
Gallcgosuloe Ben 54,55,58,
Garcia, Eva 78,114,115,116,
Garcia, jolly 157
Gaston, Lou Ann 157
Glaze, Billy 25,26,62,64,106,
Gonzales, Larry j. 157
Gonzales, Larry V. 157
Gonzales, Lupe 78,143,158
Gonzales, Manuel 158
Greer, Robert 158
Harris, Billy 67,158
Harris, Tina 62,65,72,158
Hawkins, Steve 68,106,143,
Hayman, Buddy 158
Hearn, Dorothy 20,24,26,77,
Hernadez, Connie 58,114,115,
Hendricks, Marsha 68,159
Hickman, Terry 92,94,111,
Hayter, Ricky 94,95,158
Hoffman, David 27,71,85,106
Honaker, Terry 27,92,94,95,
Hook, Mike 24,26,27,92,94,
Hook, Pat 92,94,95,123,160
Houck, Carl 160
Huckaby, Russ 122,160
Kail, Kristi 78,143,144,160
Kincaid, Brad 160
Lane, Freddie 160
Large, Carole 67,72,87,101
Lee, Stanley 74,106,161,165
Ligon, Ann 85,161
Long, Claudell 58,161
Lopez, Maria 78,101,161
Lopez, Reyes 98,161
Marable, Penny 161
Martinez, Pete 144,145,161
Maxey, Mary Ann 62,65,72,
Mayse, David 20,92,94,138,
McClarney, Rhett 58,60,162
McKenzie, Bryan 83,162
McKenzie, Lisa 56,58,59,6O,
Milan, Nicky 163
Mitchell, SuSu 104,163
Morrow, Rocky 163
Murphec, Rick 67,163
Myers, Robert 163
Neagle, Dale 92,94,163
Northcut, Ricky 67,163
Ottaberry, Mary jo 62,65,124,
Parker, Clayton 164
Pena, Mary Faye 164
Pettit, Guy 92,164
Pittman, Larry 164
Price, Dirk 106,164
Price, Donnie 58,92,164
Price, Lonnie 92,94,164
Ramirez, Anna 165,68
Ramirez, Ricardo 165
Ramirez, Willie 92
Ramos, Becky 22,54,57,71,
McCa11ister, Larry 14,20,92,
Rascon, Hilda 165
Rich, Donna 58,165,67
Richey, Kay 75,77,165
Rivera, Emma 14,15,114,115,
Rivera, Lali 14,19,20,55,58,
Robertson, Cecil 92,166
Rodriquez, Lilia 88,166
Rodriquez, Mike 92,94,102,
Rodriquez, Ramiro 166
Rodriquez, Alfredo 14,74,98,
Roller, Ronald 59,166
Rosas, Ruben 166
Rose, Carol 166
Ruiz LuzBlena 68,166
Ruiz, Rosario 68,166
Sanchez, Delfina 68
Sanders, Darrell 166
Sarabia, Sylvia 58,60,166
Schlegel, Helen 71,85,77,132,
Schultz, Mike 62,64,73,92,
Simmons, Rhonda 147,168
Smith, April 62,65,67,168
Starkey, Britt 71 ,168
Talley, Don 85,169
Taylor, Danny 54,58,59,60,
Taylor, Dennis 67,169
Terrazas, Eva 114,116,117,
Tietz, Teresa 62,65,67,169
Vanzuela, Estclla 169
Velasquez, Cipriano 169
Villalba, Delma 169
Walker, Theresa 59,67,169
Walters, Lonnie 67,170
Weatherby, Becky 88,131,
Weathers, Karen 71,170,143
Williams, Roxanna 62,65,72,
Wilson, Scott 170
York, Doug 67,170
Acosta, Delma 58,172
Bailey, Lynn 81,172
Barnett, David 172
Bassham, Donald 172
Beattie, Beth 58,60,114,115,
Bell, Donna 172
Bilberry, Susan 58,172
Billings, Brenda 59
Birden, Judy 58,71,173
Birdwell, Pam 173
Blau, Denise 62,6 5,71,72,173
Brimer, Rhonda 173
Brooks, Monte 96,106,107,
Brooks, Worthie 25,104,105,
Brown, Greg 96,7O,147,173
Broman, Gary 96,173
Brothers, Belinda 25,173
Broyles, Becky 58,173
Burnett, Karen 173
Card, Kendall 71,92,95,102,
Carr, jackie 173
Celaya, Elizabeth 173
Celaya, Manuel 173
Celaya, Mary 173
Cervantes, Ernie 173
Chavarria, Pauline 173
Clayton, Larry 58,173
Colson, Mary Edna 26,156,173
Conley, Stan 25,58,96,174
Cordero, Gloria 174
Cox, Stanley 62,64,174
Dale, Kathy 58,174
Davis, Gloria 68,174
Deerfield, Dianna 62,64,71,
Delbert, Steve 174
Doan, Nancy 72,118,174
Dominguez, juan 174
Dominguez, Lupe 174
Dominguez, Ricardo 174
Dominguez, Rodolfo 130,174
Dotson, Sandra 80,174
Eaton, Pam 145,175 Y
Escobedo, Mario 94,108,136,
Espino, Rosella 58,116,118,
Evans, Patsy 175
Faulkenberry, Richard 175
Fisher, Patti 72,74,76,175
Franco, Erlinda 175
Freeman, Cherl 71,121,175
Fullagar, Patti 58,71,121,175
Garcia, Mary 23,66,71,72,8O,
Garvin, Susie 175
Garza, Marcos 176
Garza, Arthur 176
Gibbs, Claudia 68,176
Gomez, David 74,176,183
Gomez, Rosario 176
Gonzales, Henry 176
Gonzales, Robert 176
Gonzales, Yldefonso 75,96,
Ham, Kathy 21,54,58,61,172,
Harris, Roberta 75,176
Harris, Sherry 62,118,176
Henderson, Paul 176
Henslee, David 102,176
Herrin, Susan 75,145,176
Hodges, Shauna 176
Holland, Mary Gail 58,71,8 2,
Hopson, Mike 64,176
Hughes, Bobby joe 94,94,111,
Irigoyen, Mercedes 147,176
jones, Kim 70,176
jones, Frances 87,68,146,176
Kerr, K. K. 55,56,74,104,l05,
Kinsey, Albert 177
Kliene, Linda 58,60,71,80,88,
Lefevre, Brenda 72,177
Lemons, Mike 96,102,111,177
Lloyd, Nelda 68,177
Leyva, Irma 177
Lippert, Anne 62,65,177
Luera, George 177
Martinez, Ubaldo 177
Martimez, Richard 67,177
May, Doug 23,54,71,106,177
Maxey, Alice 58,8O,118,177
Mayo, Bobby 56,71,85,86,
Monsivias, Maria 177
McKenzie, Stephen 58,60,62,
Moore, Debbie 79,177
Mosher, David 96,177,182
Nix, Cheryl 177
Nix, Donna 62,177
Northcut, Ande 177
Ortega, Amelia 177
Parks, Doug 96,177
Peterson, Larry 106,146,177
Pherigo, Donnie 96,177
Phillips, Darrell 178
Phillips, Stanley 62,64,178
Pickett, Amy 178
Pogue, Robbie 70,92,178
Primera, Xavior 92,111,113,
Ramirez, Rosie 178
Ra Lissa 71 74 118,124,134,
Yi , 1
Reid, Stephen 20,21,70,96,98
Renteria, Edna 178
Reeves, Richard 67
Reyes, Luis 178
Riggs, Mel 23,71,7s,146,178
Roberts, Charles 98,178
Rodriquez, Felix 178
Roper, Terry 104,105,174,
Ruiz, Diana 179
Salcido, Domingo 102,179
Sanders, janette 179
Sanders, Harvey 179
Schlegel, Betty 71,104,105,
Sealy, Lesley 106,179
Shaddox, Janice 58,71,84,
Sherrill, Charlsa 71,179
Shellenberger, Richard 58,60,
Siegmund, Brent 21,111,172,
Simmons, Foster 179
Smith, Shirley 58,71,179
Soto, Abelardo 96,111,179
Stephens, Eddie 180
Skylstad, Pete 106,107,179
Tibbets, Kim 180
Tilton, Fran 27,71,84,178,
Triplett, Ann 81,180
Tyree, Mark 180
Urias, Evelyn 68,1 80
Urias, Alfonso 180
Urias, Vicente 63,64,180
Vannoy, Ricky 62,64,74,180
Vasquez, Elaine 58,180
Vasquez, Ramon 111,180
viilalba, Laura 118,180
Walters, Robbie 180
Watson, Karen 66,71,85,180,
Weatherby, Gail 62,65,72,181
Weathers, Pat 20,139,181
West, Carol 62,65,75,124,181
Whittenburg, Mary Kay 54,58,
Williams, Marie 71,84,181
Wilson, Carl 181
Wiseman, Gary 58,71,84,88,
Woods, jeannene 62,65,71,72,
Wynne, Clif 62,64,181
Yawn, Lonnie 181
Young, Shelley 75,75,181
Young, Vicki 62,65,181
Reid, Bettie 118
Ables, Ronnie 184
Acosta, jesse 184
Acosta, Ray 184
Acosta, Roy 184
Almodova, Freddie 184
Alvarez, Susie 72,118,184,
Andrews, Boyd 184
Archer, Britt 184
Barnett, Steven 184
Beard, Scottie 184
Beauchamp, Danny 96,113
Beene, Morris 62,96,184,109
Bell, Monte 184
Bennett, Bobby 96,184
Birden, Jackie 82,184
Blackwelder, Phillip 185
Blanco, Edna 72,185
Boggus, Tommy 56,62,64.
Brandon, Daniel 185
Brockman, Barbara 62,65,185
Brown, Greg 185
Burger, Holly 118,185
Burgess, Pam 58,185
Calderon, Senaida 185
Caldwell, David 185
Carrasco, Rosa 184,185
Carrasco, Joe 102,185,108
Carrillo, Danny 185,67
Carrillo, Irma 104,185
Carrillo, joe 96,185
Carrillo, Rodolfo 185
Casas, Ben 102,185
Casebeer, Eddie 96,185
Casey, Rita 185
Castro, Armando 185
Celaya, Norma 185
Chester, Yolanda 185
Clace, Rocky 96,185
Clayton, Karen 186
Clemons, Gary 186
Cline, Debbie 186
Combs, Brenda 66,84,186
Conway, Margaret 186
Cook, Kathy 186
Cope, Tara 62,65,72,104,125,
Cornett, Glanna 66,72,186
Cummings, Genora 25,54,58,
Davila, John 58,186
Davis, Chuck 96,120,186
Day, Kathy 72,86,186
De la Garza, Francisco 187,
Dominguez, Abel 187
Dominguez, Gloria 62,65,187
Duarte, Roselia 187
Duggan, Karen 62,65,187
Dunn, Phillip 96,187
Elkins, Wayne 187 i
Elliott, Vicki 25,27,54,58,61,
Ellzey, Dana 187
Escabedo, Octavio 62,64,96,
Esparza, Patty 187
Everett, Lane 187
Ezell, Tommy 96,187
Fallon, John 102,187,197
Faulkenberry, Ronald 62,64,
Ford, Nida 62,e4,65,7z,125,
Franco, Eddie 187,67
Franco, Jesusita 187
Franco, Linda 72,187
Frazee, Tanya 72,125,187,
Galindo, Roy 187
Gallegos, Gilbert 20,140,187,
Galvan, Yolanda 187
Garcia, Alfredo 187,67
Garcia, Felecita 72,187
Garcia, Saul 187
Gaston, Buster 58,187
Glaze, Peggy 62,65,187
Gomez, Jimmie 187
Gomez, Rachel 118,188
Gonzales, Belinda 25,188
Gonzales, Bonnie 104,105,
Gonzales, James 188
Gonzales, Jesse 102,188
Gonzales, Orlando 64,188
Gonzales, Rudy 188
Greer, Ellen 72,188
Green, Loy 188
Greer, William 188
Griffin, Bart 96,188
Haley, Cynthia 188
Haley, David 62,64,l13,188
Hall, Debbie 118,188
Handley, Terry 188
Haney, Pauline 188
Harral, Da 188,147
Harris, Dale 188
Hayhursf, Robert 96,188,108
Hayman, Kathy 188
Henderson, Kay 188
Hernandez, Ralphie 96,1 11,
Herring, Becky 66,72,188
Hillman, Ray 82,188
Holguin, Rudy 96,113,189
Howell, Shari 72,189
Huckaby, Kurt 102,111,189
Huelster, Billy 189,108
Hughes, Karisa 189,146
Hursh, Karen 104,189,192
Isham, Pat 189
Jackson, Emily 189
Jackson, Reba 189
Johnson, Thomas 189
Kail, Yvonna 62,65,118,189
Keith, Danny 189
Kennedy, Nan 62,65,118,189
King, Paul 58,189
Kinsey, Margaret 189
Lancaster, Stephen 58,189
Lascano, Rey 189
Lawson, Johnny 102,189
Ledford, Leonard 61,58,106,
Lennox, Donna 189
Lewis, Teresa 21,72,82,125,
Lomas, Pedro 189
Lopez, Christina 189
Lopez, Vicki 189
Luera, Joel 189
Luttrell, Jan 25,72,82,125,
Marable, Becky 190
Martinez, Alberta 190
Martinez, Daniel 64,190
Martinez, Elvira 191
Martinez, Lupe 190
Mayo, Eric 54,58,84,184,190
Mayse, Jeannie 190
McClarney, Mellisse 25,190
Medina, Carol 190
Mills, Ronnie 190
Minjares, Anna 118,190
Minjarez, Rene 190
Moore, Eileen 71,190.81
Moore, Muff 61,58,82,85,121,
Monsivais, Jesus 19 1
Morales, Elsa 1fJ
Morris, Elizabeth 191
Morrow, David 96,191
Mosher, Janis 72,191
Newman, Ed 88
Nunez, David 96,113,191
Nunez,Joe Martin 111,191
Odom, Benny 191
Olivas, Refugio 191
Pacheco, Margie 118,191
Parks, Jo Ann 72,191
Parks, Will 191
Pena, Annabelle 118,191
Perez, Steve 191
Pil im, Kathy 191
Pilgdo, Robert 191
Pistole, Jacqueline 191
Porter, Sheridan 66,191,144
Price, Brett 96,192
Prieskorn, Russell 96,192
Prosise, Brenda 58,72,192
Rainwater, Bayta 25,62,65,72,
Rainwater, Bert 23,98,99,
Ramirez, Olga 192
Ramirez, Esteban 192
Ramirez, Rene 192
Ramirez, Ruben 102,192
Ramos, Rudy 192
Randle, SuZane 58,86,192
Rangel, Ramijio 67
Rascon, Edwina 58,192,194
Rawls, Cynthia 82,192
Ray, Vickie 62,65,192
Reed, Rocky 192
Reyes, Elvira 192
Roper, Kathy 104,193
Rubio, Delma 193
Ruiz, Debbie 193,145
Sanchez, Freddie 193
Sanders, Donna 1 18,193
Schultz, Kenny 62,64,96,111,
Shuttleworth, Leslie 193
Sims, Susan 25,61,58,121,193
Smetak, Linda 58,193,144,
Smith, Marshall 62,64,106,
Sosa, Yolanda 193
Starkey, Jill 82,194
Stinson, Nancy 81,194
Stovall, Robert 62,64,96,184,
Strong, Patsy 62,65,194
Suarez, Elsa 25,194
Swain, Gary 120,194
Thompson, Glenn 194
Tibbetts, Dane 194
Tillotson, Vivian 72,82,192,
Truesdell, Mary Beth 20,72,
Turman, Herby 194
Turner, Cindy 72,121,194
Urias, Mario 58,84,195
Vargas, Sylvia 195
Velasquez, Cordelia 195
Velasquez, Lorina 195
Velasquez, Ruben 58,195
Walker, Cynthai 62,65,118,
Walters, Regina 195
Walters, Tony 195,67
Ward, Hollyce 72,195
Waters, James 195
Weathers, Linda 72,25,192,
Weaver, Charles 196
Whaley, Arthur 96,195,108
Whitfield, Rex 62,64,196
Williams, Teresa 25,197,147
Wilson, Darla 197
York, Pam 197
Young, Billy 82,144
Young, Mike 96,113,197
Acosta, Juan 198
Adams, Irene 72,119,12 5,198
Albin, Kathy 198
Alcala, Manuel 198
Allen, Bruce 69,198
Archer, Cytha 198
Alvarado, Tony 62,64,198
Xlvarado, Mary 198
Alvarado, Alicia 198
Alenander, Cary 104,198
Andrews, Natacha 72,81,119,198
Arcides, Alva 72,125,198
Arcides, Casey 198
Arcides, Julia 119,198
Arcides, Rudy 198
Arnett, Jed 85,103,199
Baiza, Jimmy 58,199
Bassham, Joe 199
Bean, Jayne 58,199
Bell, Laura 199
Benevides, Tony 58,97,199
Blau, Danny 58,199
Bloom, Grant 113,199
Bobbitt, Steve 199
Bowles, Charles 82,199,202
Boyles, Crisann 72,80,199
Broman, Brenda 199
Brooks, Chip 83,199,202
Brown, Teresa 199
Bueno, Mario 200
Burleson, Randy 200
Butz, John 200
Bynum, Kim 62,65,104,200
Byrd, Roland 200
Campbell, Billy 97,106,200
Campbell, Carolyn 200
Campbell, Lee 106,200
Carrasco, David 97,200
Carrasco, Raymundo 81,200
Carrasco, Richard 200
Casas, Raymond 200
Chambers, Teresa 23,58,200
Chamblee, Kathy 119,145,200
Chancellor, Jimmy 21,96,201
Chavez, Joe Ray 97,103,201
Chick, James 56,106,107,201
Childers, Brent 82,201,202
Childs, Suzie 201
Clare, Samye 201
Clark, Kim 72,201,144
Clifton, Sherry 201
Combs, Cathy 26,65,201
Conway, Gerry 201
DeAnda, Robert 113,21 0
Denette, Eva 201
Dominguez, Emelia 201
Dodson, Clay 64,103,1 13,198,
Dominguez, Ruben 103,201
Duarte, Angle 119,201
Duarte, Esmeralda 201
Duarte, Ramon 97,103,201
Duerksen, Joe 59,201
Dunn, Danny 201
Dunn, Gary 201
Duran, Corky 119,201
Eaton, Carol 201
Eaton, Darrell 97,201
Edwards, Meg 104,202
Ellyson, Dirk 123,202
Escamilla, Patty 77,119,202
Esparza, Frank 202
Esparza, Linda 78,202
Espino, Esther 78,119,202
Everett, Elaine 202
Fabela, George 97,113,202
Farnum, Lewis 69,202
Figarona, Raul 202
Flores, Nino 97,202
Fothergill, Sammy 97,147,202
Franco, Debra 202
Freeman, Roland 202
Gagneaux, Debra 202,104
Galvan, David 78,97,203
Garcia, Aldred 203
Garcia, Arvey 203,113
Garcia, Rosalinda 203
Garrison, Phillip 113,203
Garza, Noe 58,103,203
Gipson, Freda 59,66,146,203
Godwin, Laquita 203
Gomez, Josie 203
Gonzales, Christina 23,86,203
Gonzales, Frolio 103,113,203
Gonzales, Isabel 203
Gonzales, Patsy 118,203
Gonzales, Pete 146,203
Gottlieb, Lisa 58,121,204
Greer, John 204
Guliher, Mary 204
Hall, Linda 121,204
Haley, Debbie 104,204
Hardy, Debbie 204
Harris, Reba 204
Havins, Eddie 97,103,122,204
Hawkins, Cindy 72,119,125,
Henderson, Pam 119,204
Hermosillo, Oscar 204
Herrera, Norma 204
Hoffpauir, Roy 204
Holland, Bobby 103,204
Holstein, Jay 97,147,204
Hope, Dwayne 205
Hubbard, Susan 205
Hughes, Nancy 62,65,145,205
Humphries, Dorita 72,205
Hutton, Mark 58,205
Ivanhoe, David 103,205
Jamison, Pam 21,62,65,119,205
Jenkins, Linda 205
Johnson, Allen 205
Johnson, Charles 97,103,113,
Johnson, Steven 205
Jones, Johnny 97,205
Kleine, Carmen 58,77,119,205,208
Ledford, James 205
Lefevre, Donnie 58,205
Leyva, Joe 206
Longaria, JoAnn 206
Longaria, Yolanda 206
Lopez, Bernice 206
Lopez, Connie 206
Lopez, Mario 108,206
Lopez, Monica 206
Lopez, Ricardo 206
Lujan, Joe 206
Mabe, Mark 120,206
Magee, Sandra 54,58,121,195,
Martin, David 62,64,97,206
Martin, Debbie 82,206
McGuire, Gene 62,64,103,206
McGuire, Ronnie 69,97,207
McKenzie, Lance 58,207
Mehan, Bill 97,113,207
Miller, Milton 207
Moore, Dorothy 119,207
Morales, Lilia 119,207
Moreno, James 207
Moreno, Jesus 207
Morton, Becky 81,207
Munsell, Jay 97,207
Newsom, Polly 66,72,121,207
Newton, Brad 77,102,207
Nieto, James 207
Nix, Linda 62,135,207
Nunez, Raymundo 97,113,207
Nunez, Roy 123,207
Olivas, Rafael 207
Olivas, Ramona 207
Olivas, Sandra 207
Ontivaras, Juanita 207
Ortega, Manuel 207
Pacheco, Manuel 147,208
Pacheco, Nabor 97,208
Pearce, Paul 84,120,208
Pena, Agripina 208
Pena, Juan 208
Peterson, Kim 208
Pilgrim, Jeanne 20,104,208
Pina, Liza 58,104,208
Pittman, Randy 58,208
Pogue, Randy 97,208
Posey, Keith 106,208
Posey, Rodney 97,208
Prosise, Betty 58,80,121,208
Rainwater, Kenneth 87,103,
Ramirez, Armando 58,209
Ramirez, Gracia 38,209
Ramirez, Margarita 58,119,209
Ramos, Chito 209
Rascon, Joel 209
Ray, Suzie 209
Reyes, Joe 97,209
Rios, Andy 97,113,209
Rivera, Tingo 209
Rodriquez, Star 72,119,209
Rodriquez, Freddy 209
Rodriquez, Ramon 97,103,209
Rodriquez, Robert 209
Rodriquez, Teresa 209
Rojo, Ben 209
Ruiz, Jose 97,108,209
Saenz, Joe 103,113,209
Sage, Desirea 58,209
Salcido, Adan 58,103,209
Sanchez, Olga 209
Sanders, Brenda 209
Sanders, Sandy 72,119,209
Sarabia, Humberto 209
Sarabia, Santana 97,103,209
Schultz, Greg 97,209
Sealy, Lisa 104,210
Shaddox, Trey 103,210
Sharp, Cynthia 210
Shellenberger, Brenda 119,210
Shuster, David 123,210
Sisco, Don 97,210
Smith, Kevin 97,210
Smith, Stephanie 72,210
Sneed, Janet 62,65,72,210
Soto, Virginia 210
Stanford, Desmond 210
Stephens, Jimmy 62,64,97,
Stoner, Robert 144,210
Subia, Abel 210
Swain, Lynn 120,210
Terrazas, George 58,210
Thiel, Jody 69,210
Turner, Dan 97,210
Tyree, Gail 210
Valenzuela, Barbara 72,119,
Valenzuela, Ramona 210
Vasquez, Rena 104,119,210
Velasquez, Augie 210
Velasquez, Lewis 210
Valasquez, Oscar 210
Vick, Teresa 210
Wallace, Virgil 97,103,211
Ward, DelMack 58,60,97,211
Walters, Mark 62,64,206,211
Waters, John 58,211
Weatherby, Robert 58,208,
Weddle, Gary 211
Welch, Jimmy 58,211
Welch, Lee 20,97,211
West, Terry 20,62,64,97,141,
Westermann, Laydell 211
Westmoreland, Debra 211
Whittenburg, Melanie 211
Wilkinson, Teresa 87,104,211
Williams, Carolyn 121,211
Williams, Robert 97,211
Wilson, James 211
Wilson, Jerry 211
Wilson, Margie 72,211
Wiseman, Dubby 97,103,211
Yarbrough, Sheri 58,211
Ybarra, Connie 66,211
Ybarra, Elsa 119,211
Ybarra, Homer 211
Ybarra, Tony 97,211
Young, Ricky 123,211
Baker, Frank 38,44
Ball, Frances 50,79
Bare, Katrina 46,104,119
Bennett, Ann 35
Braden, Larry 97
Caffey, Ralph 39
Coker, Floyd 46,104,107
Conner, Therman 34,97,102
Fothergill, Veldon 48,68
Fuller, Mary Ann 32
Gaines, Gary 37,96,103
Gottlieb, Ann 44,45
Handley, Chuck 48,67
Hanna, Don 58,59,40
Harral, Carol 45
Harral, Fred 36
Hayter, Dora 34
James, Mary Ella 47,114,115
Jordan, Mary Helen 48
Konczak, Tom 36,92,108
London, Judy 84,141
Low, Clint 37,122
Mahoney, John 42
Martinez, Alonzo 42,81
Marthiljohni, Margaret 41,76
Mayfield, Pat 42
McKenzie, Greg 36,84
McKenzie, Mickie 35,87
Moore, Kit 44,66
Nall, Sherry 92,98,47
Newton, Mary 33
Oehrlein, Tommy 35,96,111
Pearce, Bill 97,32,120,121
Primera, Martha 50
Richey, Tom 35,92,108
Rogers, Allan 38
Skylstad, Larry 32
Starkey, Harold 49,67
Steup, Olga 33
Tripletr, Ruth 50
Tyson, Howard 43
Waldrop, Sammye 32,72
Welch, Fred 47,103
Werst, Danna 33,80
White, D. D. 44,69
Wolfe, Charles 49
Young, Carolyn 45,87
Gottlieb, Fred 30
Henslee, Ira Lee 54,55,57,31
Childs, Joyce 31
Faulkenberry, Jean 31
Low, Betty 50
Mabe, Jo 31
Mahoney, Elizabeth 49
Ward, Henry 49,178
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ON BEHALF OF THE PANTHER STAFF, We Would
like to take an opportunity to thank the following
The FORT STOCKTON PIONEER, especially Phil
Chamberlain, without whose assistance many of the
pictures in the PANTHER, as well as the TUMBLE-
WEED, could not have appeared.
Fred Falkner, for the fine full color and large group
photography he did for us.
Mrs. Jean Faulkenberry, for keeping our financial rec-
ords and for assistance on the Panther Staff.
The businessmen of Fort Stockton, for advertising on
Finally, the student body of Fort Stockton High
School, the faculty, administration, and staff, for
being so cooperative with us in the task of making a
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On May 4, 1972, George Mark Bell lost his life in a motorcycle accident
His many friends, especially his fellow seniors, will never forget his
happy laugh and cheerful personality, and his friendship that he ex-
tended to all.
The PANTHER Staff would like to take this opportunity to dedicate the 1972 edition
of the PANTHER to the student body, the faculty, and the administration, without
whose help, needless to say, this book would not have been possible.
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persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearlyg and
listen to others, even the dull and ignorantg they too
have their story.
Avoid loud ind aggressive persons, they are vex-
ations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with
others, you may become vain and bitterg for always
there will be greater and lesser persons than your-
self. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
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bleg it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of
life. Exercise caution in your business affairsg for the
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idealsg and everywhere life is full of heroism.
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aridity and disenchantment, it is perennial as the
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surrendering the things of youth. Nuture strength of
spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune, But do not
distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are born
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