Fort Walton Beach High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Fort Walton Beach, FL)

 - Class of 1974

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Mrs. Billie Ioan King competes in the Virginia Slims Championship at Newport, R.I. 18!Current Events 'Q Q .-,-- 1 4.,.,v., Israel and Egypt signed an historic: sixpoint agreement Nov. 11, sealing their three-weelo old cease-fire and opening the way to negotia- tions for peace in the Middle East for the first time in 25 years. A returning POW waves to a small crowd at Clark Air Force Base. Current Events X19 Senate Watergate Committee members and staff gather around Chairman Sam Ervin to confer about executive privileges being in- voked by former White House Chief of Staff HR. I-Ialderman regarding tape recordings made in the Presidents Oval Office. Rep. Gerald R. Ford, during the historic Con- gressional hearing Nov, 1 by the Senate Rules Committee on his nomination to be vice presi- dent, said he is "not a saint" and that he wel- comed the closest scrutiny of his fitness for the job. 20!Current Events te to X K 4 .. .f F rp- Qt- 1 mmm .1 mm 'Y iw-nf, me W RESIGN in-me --mf awww fe..W,e 'N A "' ""X5Wf'l tim!-'I 2015! Mr br 1 i .w-ifwf if' af ... -wi., W .iw ,mmm vw - -mv-mmf a ami. ...M U .rw -...,.. vi. L., um tn nw-1 V-.W V - . ' .ws mmm umm ' -.s We A m.M,+i.' 4 -V.. M.. .M '. .,. .VM Lhr?irvadrn4fzrTVf4ax Vrrinti I uw ww' vm - ii pf- ,ds h.'4whxi1!ht'!tx1iriv!vpvv1iiale 'aw it 4 qw - ,L va M.. asm - in W. ,,,,.,,,,,, nm- i .ma-warg mmm mm M ,i.,..,.f, f rm.. lhf"WM!hfGu4N'i0UIBfiYtrkn0 Ewrtefriwrurvl may A imma, we wwe mmf: V . mmm 1-3 ww, MW, 'MW' 'www-srmm-wh mm me is wa ,hem Qi oy as mmm, ith: sp.. vm it Good Morning! Today Is Thursday Od. H. 1975 UNM serum ith GOP Hierarchy 'Wide Open' SM Nlolifnmiuo-r-Qmaam umn.fmili,g..,.,4, ,,,,,, . V , :frm-wr 221.1 W' W' 'J mwmsaw , I is 4 uf- ru. ui ' , ,,1,,,,,,.,, , f -,,,k K V f - Eze'-seems .. ., . D311 Spiro T. Agnew resigned as vice president of the United States "in the best interest of the nation" on Oct. 10, and pleaded no contest in federal court to a single count of income tax evasion in 1967. Often at odds, the homeowner and private in- dustry now share one common bond-the "cut back" due to the Current energy crisis. For the homeowner, the days ahead spell a reduction in lighting and heating, for private industry, such as airlines, a possible curtailment of flights due to fuel and oil shortages. An owner of a meat market indicates how he would react if a customer asked for beef at his store. Current Events!21 Siyley qf '74 ln this age of controversial styles, of uniqueness, of indi- vidualism, it is apparent that clothes and fashion have be- come symbols of each and ev- ery person. Fort Walton High stands alone as a school, yet it's student body stands indi- vidually as separate entities of a conglomerate whole. Per- haps in dress and mannerisms each person can establish a place, a mood, and existence alone, in a world of many. 'l'ricia Stevens enjoys the "back to nature look" by wearing blue jean cover-alls while tending to an ill bug. Say AAAAHHH . . . "Cool Hand Gene" Matter portrays his own individualistic qualities in .1 solid white suit with a striking.1fix'egallon hat. Shoes are changing. or perhaps reverting, styles have switched from penny loafers and suede ankle boots to extravagant heels and stylish bootery, Cults are hitting the scene again and high rise baggies are seen in the newest styles. 22!Styles and Trends is -101191-t www ,6 and Cunning fclines invade the school as this catching outfit is caught in a brief pose, Richard Frisk wears the 'lPreSs Mun of thu Past" Outfit to a Fort Walton football gamv. Typical of a Southern belle and hm' Mshoot- em-up" partner, Ian johnson and Tricia Stn- vezns display an outlandish garb to a pep-rally audience. Stylus and Trends!23 Tricia Slevem . . . Homecoming were ,1.. . lrioia Stevens. nn energetic: sind vivzieions senior, was elected Fort VVziiton Boaieh lligh'S Homecoming Queen hy her follow students. The soph- omores elected Darlene Lott as their representative in the Queens Court. while the ju- nior class ehose Brenda Hut- chinson. The soniors voted Anne Partridge ns their atten- dzlnt. These girls were hon- ored at ai pep rziliv. 'I'ric:1.i Stevens. the lElTli Hoineeoining Qnevii. displays her winning smile. A nionient oi' joy is siizired sitter tht- 18372 itomemzoining Qnet-n. Finn Smith. phiees the erown upon the new qiiwvii 5 head, Dunn Matthews given 'I'rir:iu ii 'iittie .imisttiiiee straightening her crown. 24!Homeuoming Queen M"-....w"n3 A-4" fb. Qui- 5. i, Q . ,f ,, M qi. x Ji, Wk f ,f -.I 1 'Pix mf 'O I vm ww J 4-F Annfv Purtrirlgu. thz' Senil Attf-ndnnt. is cvs- fznrtvrl by Senior Cllnss Prr2siclvI1l.'l'rJn1 Silwrt. Bill Wullcfrs, Iunim' Class Virzrr Pwesiflmmt. os- czorls Iunior Attrrnmlnnl, Bronrlu Hutchinson, Suphrnnore Class Prresiclnrlt. lull' Rvinlicz vs- rzorts Snphnmnrn Altewndzlnt. Ilalrlewmf Lott. Tricziu Slevfzns. thu ll0fUCCOl'I1lI1j.Z Queen, is ms- rznrtml hyDz1nu Matthews, th1wStudeentCm1n- rzil Przrsident. Hornurzoming Courl!25 Riwzlay Scam Ft. VValt01i was in ai stzittr of frenzy which was czhzirzitzter- ized by maid implusioiis such us 'ssoczk-il-to-em" ciziy, hat day. and color day. The week Climaxfrd in ai jubilant pep rally with the hzmd loading the total populzltion through the hulls ziml into the gym to the tune of "Viking Fanfz1I'0." Stair ikicmthull ptnyvi' Ronnie t'Ium7l.itlr' vx- czhaingus il hl'ilI'tivt'l1 eviiitmirtn' with Mi: UF. Rvynolds us Ruiiiiiu prvsuiits him with the "Most Spirit:-rl Viking" eiwiird. Amos Fuwlui' nctclmssces Fort Wultmi stiiciuiits and exprrvssus thu grzititudv ot' thx' fmitlmll team for studviit spirit. Pt yyy itt A i it Massa iss my at f . 1-3" 26!Beat Choctaw Week 1377 4 ...f 52.15 3 vi ii 'Q V, wwf- WW -W-w 1 i af gi i 3 ,mir f"- OH who " F 'M Mp Q i , i Q ii 3 C E 1 ying: i ik V, ' , pm 4 Loaf: 5 ggi mu X ' 'R i fi 1'- -- EKVTNWT , ' ,Ax ' W 3 f I v , "-b1 i mi , Q i K 'i 1 wimwgww ' Y - 'xxw o ,uma ig 'r , 1 Ni W A I xfv 1' Vw ,771 Jimi .' R 'fi .1 Mo i'JiQ'i'U'5'YY ,i W3 M 'W Uiff -- ., iiiiiiiim, sisiiw - ' 2 mlm-iQ MQW Big Red Machine mrznziuingly stzinrls us ei warning to 'KChoc:1ziw groan". Chiiriirztfzrizcd hy its dzrfinitfzly grcrreiiisli com- pluxion. a capturizd Choctaw Indizin is zvxhih- itrvcl all the FWB pup rally, Showing true Viking spirit, Adriunni: Hziton oxhihiis a hat-day sprrrzizirilfv. Boat Choctaw Wuck!27 and 1: , and 1 Hdll'oflFauf1e viking I-mmf FamEl29 FWB Jlzzdentf . get imfofvecz' Student activities play an es- sential role in Fort VValt0n Beach High. Whether actively involved in helping the cem- munity er leisurely relaxing with a favorite pastime. FWB students are always en the go. The hig ship "Blackhawk" cruises on waves of tinsel and excitement in this years Billy Buwlegs parade. Ren Scutter proudly displays the treasure chest which he clisrzriw-real in the Billy' Bowl- egs Treasure llunt. Chris Dahnke, a junior. serves as an altar hey during the hlessing of the Fleet, X X xx x Sxwm S- Q Rss it 50,1 viii? '54 . LL m V 30!Student Activities It pls. 6- QS. . 7 t X3 " it 'T S in .- . Mu S a ., f- -F1 Qs ,il -' P A 1 -- . "' W A . 4 4 ey f 42- I., y M' V- ' M . Ya 2-f - tel ' ' e f' ' "" af ' . E l . ft -.kL 3-e'7wf-a., s , ffbviv. '-'ff Henri' it , ka-,... Some of the more frivolous student activities consist of shady afternoon picnics at Eden State Park. In this serene atmosphere Lori Lynn, Richard Frisk, Eugene Matter, and Adr- ienne Eaton temporarily escape from the con- stant demands of school life. QB., . 1vv"" Others forms of relaxation include free-for-all rides at the Okaloosa County Shrine Fair. Lastly, the fabulous sport of surfing provides entertainment for a great bulk of FWB students. Student Activities!31 is J?s1lInrv"'f" nu Mutlhvws Kumi Rirxhurci Ifrisk IIIIPUI' thc' Ii2fPvp Rullif's-Assvmlnliw Ixlrk DUINJYKIII plmigvs Support fm' FU' iwoibull tt-.im imrl inspi1'eS ai fmx SIU1lf'S with his ham .ugl uf Klulumho. .mm ns- sefuiors cm in spirit stink l,IlININ'HTiOH, Mr. IHIIIQS1t'ddS1hf'SlfIlilJI'5iIlfh1'AIIIlE1IX1Li ciuring il Svnirimr Asscrillmly. it ,1 T , .A.' K qq ,: Q . Generate Spirit . Throughout the year pep ral- lies and assemblies provided encouragement for FWB sports, faculty, and general student body. Mrs. Hall, during a touching moment, ex- presses thanks for her Teacher of the Week award. Skits displaying beautiful cheerleaders and spirited wit keep the stands rolling in laughter. The soul section really gets wound up for pep- rally spirit. Agfa Q Pep Rallies-Assemblies!33 Z J 1 - 4 s I A r i A 3 f 4 f 5 x 3 4 i 5 4 i i 1 1 4 ,4 1 4 34 RUDDER ' RUDDER ' RUDDER ' RUDD RUDDER ' RUDDER ' RUDDER ' RUDD 1 o One gf az Kimi With the childhood dreams of leading an exotic life and career and later actually undertaking the study of engineering, who would have ex- pected Mr. C.F. Reynolds to pursue a career in teaching? Yet that is exactly what happened. As a college freshman, Mr. Reynolds actually planned to be- come an engineer. It was not until he became a sophomore though, that Mr. Reynolds decided to transfer to the field of education. Since that time Mr. Reynolds has not only taught, but is presently serving as one of Oka- loosa Countyls most excellent principals. With the respect and admiration of students and teachers alike, Mr. Reynolds hoped only to do the best job possible serving Fort Walton Beach High. Every principal's day is characterized by routine paperwork necessary to kcup the school running cfficently. Mr. Reynolds accepts the American Flag. 36!Principal 1 X '--..,, is QQYV f""l'l My .LL.,. -- ,film as f""?" M Q .QF hh' MH..e,,.,...,m-h-.,.,'f"..r-. True Dedication Assistant Principals Mr. May and Mr. Prine, along with Ms. Merchant, Dean of Women, once again attended to the problems and needs of the students of Fort Walton Beach High. The time consuming jobs such as handling lock- ers, books, absentees, Withdrawals, recruiting teachers to sell and collect tickets at football and basketball games, and striving to maintain a sensible means of dress and behavior within the student body, often go unrecognized, but are nonetheless an essential part of the adminstra- tor's busy schedule. As Dean of Women, Ms. Merchant has an important role in handling student affairs. Mr. May seems to maintain a cheerful smile, no matter how busy the day is. Mr. Prine stands tall, ready to face any problem which may arise. Administrators!37 . Wifi? 61 Lizzie Helo . Portraying a major role in the smooth running of an academic institution was the guidance staff this year. To many students difficult deci- sions concerning vocation preparation, courses, optional tests, college choice, and financial aid for future education, presented anxieties for which the staff was able to offer advice and assistance. Amid the pleasant atmosphere of an expanded library furnished with more research and read- ing material than ever, Vikings were able to continue in their acquisition of knowledge. Whether researching the quests of Napoleon or those of Neil Armstrong. the library was equipped to meet the needs of every student. 38!Counselorselaibrarians 1 5. Ms. Olive Ogle Mr. Tom Owens Mr. Richard Roger Ms. Rebecca Christopher gl' .1 5 ,ee p ' O, Ms. Ianie Tippins Ms. Essye Wyman Wm-,qua ix Ms. Mary Hall L,,L., 1' S Ms. Kathy Little . From a Fzfiem' . . Administrative pulses of the school's business, records, and information entered in and around the main office. With the much appreciated hard work of the secretaries, absentee reports, monies, telephone and written communications, disciplinary actions and even personal in- volvement constituted each day of diligent service. Minor and major injuries were attended to this year by one of Fort Walton's most experienced and dedicated nurses. Whether a headache, stomachache, or more serious ailment or injury, Ms. Hall was always well prepared. Not only a nurse, but someone to confide in, Ms. Hall has well earned the love and respect of faculty and students alike. A Ms. Ioyce McCollough Ms. Gwen Rogers . ... i iiissi 2 if New 'wav N E X5 . ,...... X- f-.Ji A . ' ' H .. , as , V , -' .. 5 K I ' Ms Margaret Truax Ms. Ioyce West Nurse-Secretaries!39 A Teacher- One who gives homework, every night and a test every day. One who cathces you every time you talk or chew gum. One who assigns research projects to read in class. One who can't understand why it took you the whole period to answer one question. But most of all One who sets the foundation for future education and prepares you for life. One who strives to communicate. to understand, to teach. , Hhs Ms. Hughlene August Mg, I0Am1 Bgilkgm Ms. Druscilla Beuerlein Mg, D01 BUWQH 40!Faculty Q 1 ., f ,. , I , , Q l :K Aa is 'Q Tigfl - IJ, M, ,V ,M ,i fl 5 ' 4 , 5 g 44 , ff as V M ,, L VL, I 1 Ms. Iudith Branch Ms. Pat Brogclen H 1 -'A 4 Ms. Claudia Byrd Ms. Lee Campbell Mr. Tommy Crenshaw Mr. Ed DHVCHDOFI I x fx Q x ' 3 YF N Mr. Mr. Phil Brogden J Warner Carmichael S K K A if . lu r e g re re - , . fi- f J if F Q ,,., i if Eli Six .. 'YQ R NM 3' ,r ,xv -I ii. sd lf L , I QE 4, ff H ff L H v -v 5 ae fi 'Q' Q s iq Wsnanm., ,I -V W Ms. Marilyn Brown Mr. William Creekmore Faculty!41 Teafhem . . . Prima? E Mr. Robert Fletcher C ...X N45 ' txt ,HEX i fm- - 21 1 Mr. Ernest Hehson 42!Faculty Ms. Beth Dodd Mr. Chris Dodd Ms, Ellen Dodson l Ms. Elizabeth Glasgow Ms. Margrit Glasgow Mr. William Green l . Ms. lean Helmer Ms. Terry Helms Mr. George Hendricks Ir. Mr. Don Hicks Mr. Del Holmes CMSgt. Iames Kelley nfs ! , 1, f f :Q , lx 26 Ervin xKfU5dBFJf Ms. Margaret Higdon Mr. Thaddeus Ianasicwicz Ms. Marilyn Lumber! A 5 Q 1 f i . K .fi .-a......- . . .-... if R "Zi x Mr. Russell Hohman Ms. lane Holman X? Ms. Mary Ionns Lt. Col, Lawrence Kmrfu Fz1r:ulty!43 am, Mr. lim Lowery Ms. Lynn Mayfield Q umm J' 5 Ms. Lydonna Miller Mr. Chester Norris 44!F1lulty if A ABQ Ms. Dorothy Lane Mr, Iohnny Leonard Ms. Marianne McDonald - 11 f DUI -s. Mr. Curl O'Nea1 Ms. jannt O'Noal fx 6' Ms. Donna Paynn Ms. Danettc Prescott 3NllllS Mr. Fm nk Rua dy Mr. William Pcntacost Ms. Margaret Privette E Ms. Mandy Rfzmoy . W 1 5 fl I 4' P :EV H A tN'4 id if ."' gl Mr. G. E. Pickett vv' W , 'N VW , fa- t XX Mr. Ronald Pinter Ms. Linda Purdy Mr, Icrry Reynolds Lt. Col. Allen Read Far1ulty!45 Teacloem . . Indizfidmzli Ms. Elizabeth Riley MS. Mary Schultz Y s Mr. Roy Sheehan 'Ye A Ms. Lyn Sheffield MS- Shawn Shifffy Ms. Vivian Snoddy --'.1- Mr. Michael Soave MS. PHfI'iCiH THU? 46fFziculty r Mr. Larry Touchstone u N I Eldon Tullis 1 Mr. Neal Urquhart Mr. G.G. VanDevenier Ms. Diana Urquhart 1. Q Mr. Gary Wood MF- Hal Wyatt Ms. Betty Warren FacuIty!47 Appelifef Alblbemecf With Hof, Balanced Lzmcloey When stomachs started rumbling, the students' best friends seemed to be the ladies working in the cafeteria. They came early each morning to prepare the lunches that were served in three shifts between 10:40 and 12:00. They also put in much time planning the most nutritious and tasty meals possible. The school's custodians, known as "the men in red", were responsible for the attractive appear- ance of our school. Fighting difficulties such as trash-filled restrooms and math problems worked out on the walls, Mr. Pogue and Mr. Mittler kept the school in a condition that Vi- kings could take pride in. 9 pgp' Z hgh . Q T ., .. . My V -, E A ' as ,J . i T X i Ms. Dehn Goetz MS. Eva Dixon -1. --.RZ sis Mr. Iames Pogue Mr. Frank Mittler -gg-..hs was : 'ff fiaflf. , , ,M K' Msg Q Y ,,1,'23f' 1,39 K ,, gg, Faculty! 49 Da Vinci Szyle Copper Enameling and Design provided an even greater vari- ety of courses to choose from in the Art Department this year. A semester of art appre- ciation also added to the op- portunities provided for all. A remarkable art show was put on this year by students with the aid of the teachers. The objects displayed re- flected skills learned in crafts such as sculpture, painting, macrame, and silk screening. Classes also encouraged indi- viduals to explore on their own as students discovered a new aspect of art expression. Careful study is lavished on a statuette before applying the last stroke of a brush, Mr. Pinter looks over a students project. Syd Ballmes truly gets into her work. 501 Art Q quasar 'QI if C i , pf 18' an J Type O11 Teachers throughout the school acquired a lift this year as Business Education's Voca- tional Office Education stu- dents offered clerical services to the faculty. Everything from typing to basketball pro- grams Were handled, enabling students to develop proofread- ing accuracy, neatness and at- tention to detail. Plugged-in shorthand and VOE students received indi- vidual attention through lis- tening centers, another in- novation in the department this year. Students were given the op- portunity to attain the voca- tional skills necessary for em- ployment and general understandings and apprecia- tions necessary for them to be- come efficient producer- consumers. 3 ,QD Aided by a glance at the keys, a budding typ- ist hurries to complete an assignment. Ian johnson seeks advice from Ms. Bass on an unexpected problem. Arithmetic and calculations become more en- joyable for a pupil who learns to operate an adding machine. Business Education!51 Newfozzy Bzfmfedowm A new concept in grading was incorporated into the Driverls Education courses this year. Each student had the freedom to choose his grade. 'I-Ie was made aware of the require- ments for different grades and on this basis 'fcontractedu for a grade. As long as the student upheld his end of the contract, he received the contracted grade. Through Driver's Ed. a safe, efficient, and enjoyable use of our roads and highways was promoted. The instructors also strived to booster a healthy re- spect for the laws of nature and those made by man. V... gg . i . . . . . A driver-trainee goes through his pre-driving checks before pulling into tratlie. Instructors hold il meeting of minds between class periods. Mr. 'l'ullis discussss in tx: it ise with one oi his students. 52!D river's Education LW N fi...- .1 It 1 'tif '71 bd Q . A Touch qf Slmkeijbemfe The English Department was the only place in school that you could read monster sto- ries and get away with it. Beo- wulf and the Iabberwocky were as important in literature classes as Longfellow or Sandburg. But most important of all were the students. New classes and old courses that were rewrit- ten during the summer offered something for almost any need or interest. Students in Hu- manities studied burial cus- toms of ancient man, drama students analyzed Oedipus Rex, and grammar students tried to reform their old habits. Old stand-bys such as short-stories, word themes, and story analysisg f"You know there has got to be sym- bolism in this story. Why else would they make us read it?"l still held a place in the English department. The courses en- couraged the students to think, express their thoughts, and share them. 1 Ms. Branch lends a dubious ear to Tom Sibert. An Elizabethan theatre illustrates the diffi- culties in staging a Shakespearean drama. Time to relax and share ideas was a major part ofthe English Department. English!53 Banjos Emphafizea' With the addition of a Family Economies Class, it became possible for one to become a home decorator, Chef, seamst- ress or seamster, child rearing expert, and knowledgeable Consumer, all under the roof of the Home Economies Department. lf' ' 5-ts, Friends work together and enjoy new experi- ences when they meet in the Child Care Classes. Barbara Tona irons the wrinkles out of her own work of art. Kee in 1 house is not all lying on the sofa eat- P ts V ing bon-bous, as Chuck learns in Bachelor Survival, 54!Home Economics ,,,..s-.W .f Thriving with the influx of bachelors trying to learn sue- eess in homemaking, the lab rooms seemed smaller than ever. Still, they managed to hold students Cooking supper during first period, assorted three-year-olds, and several people trying to use the same ironing board. fur Q my 'T A K - If y wk K ,V,. Q Q, .,,. at X YN' RNS Skilly Inwfeasecl Pieces of wood, scraps of metal, and wires remain just that unless one has the crea- tivity and know-how to make something from it. Industrial Art students must have the patience to labori- ously work on a project until completion. They often come up with splinters in their fin- gers, broken fingernails tYes, there are women in industrial arts toolj, and cuts, but at that moment of completion, it all seems worth it. With the addition of an air ex- haust system which was added to the paint spray room, plus heat lamps, students have been able to breathe easier, knowing they are getting more paint on an object than in themselves! K., 4 E An auto mechanics student contemplates the day's work. Woodwork students admire the products of their assembly line. Busy but organized workers enjoy individual shop activity. Industrial Arts!55 ' 1' Laqgwgwlbmmda CQhuwdlDnmQMmml One of the forgotten aspects of the Foreign Language Depart- ment was the instruction it of- fered in the arts and cultures of German-, Spanish-, and French-speaking nations. Stu- dents were able to tie in mate- rial they studied in their lan- guage class with other courses they took. The dedicated instructors could transform students who once said, NNO speako el Spanishola flfrenchase, Ger- manishju, or, "You really do not expect me to answer this in some foreign language do you?!" to experts in the art of speaking the language of an- other eountry. Frau Gummi, La Osa, and Madame Miller truly were able to accomplish miracles. MMM! sr.sr 1111.4 a 1 an 4 , 1111111 1111111111 I, sneaky 'N"fHHlr1lzmr IIUYYPIPIT XSS Sixikf nnm"lnU'0U3Q3!S8888! IIIKIIIII Sftx ZUUYIIZUY Ill!! Mastery of a difficult dialogue is cause to rejoice. The language lab control board enabled a cheery instructor to correct one's slightest mistake. "We try harder." 56! Foreign La nguage ir' geben UTI aww ,Q flfzfifmxa! ,Q " ,,, 1 Q, . - Q, W X J 2? ,. . , Mczffering Mark Cam Be Made Inteafefiing Whether planning a career as a physicist, plumber, or painter an essential back- ground in Math was required for all students of FWBI-IS. With a wide range of choices, one could undertake a course of interest and progress at an individual rate. Some pon- dered eommuntative x's and y's, intersecting lines, side- angle-side theorems, or per- haps even the sign of the sine. Many kinds of numbers were also scrutinized. f'6You mean there are more numbers than the kind you count with?!',J. It was in this area that pupils really shone. They not only handled integers, irrationals, and real numbers, but origi- nated a new type of their own-the unreals! W if 1 ,f Sometimes. drawing a picture can help. Butch Wagner refers back to the book in order to memorize the Law of Cosines. A review of grades brings a smile to teacher and student. Mathematics!57 Nom ofjoy Beethoven, Bach, or the Byrds, which ever you prefer, you may very well be accom- odated through the Music Department. Courses in almost every phase of the music world offer stu- dents the opportunity to pur- sue their interest to the fullest. Some of courses offered in- cluded Music Theory, Girls' A H I Sai, M, Chorus, Band, and Voices of Valhalla. Those pupils who wish to learn to play an in- strument are given private lessons by Mr. Hebson and Mr. Creekmore. If you happen to walk through the commons any time soon, do not he too surprised if you are overwhelmed by the sound of a violin, soprano, pi- ano, drum, or guitar. It is only those who love music, doing what they enjoy most. 5tl!Music Where did everyone go? Mr. llebson takes time out for a moment of relaxation. aff' as-1 x . 3 X V W ,swf-Y-,..W ..,-.W , wwf-he---.,,..... ..x. ,. r ,...,..M:.,,.,r., ... --1--7. -sm... .M ,... .,,,.,.. . ,. N.,,.X., .. .,,. . ,,,. .. ., ...J W,,. ,, . .,.t Ar: 3 f F Active Enjoyment "Bend one. Straighten two. Bend three. Straighten two. Bend three. Straighten four." That's how pupils counted out their favorite exercise-Index Finger Coordination. This energetic group of students was found in the department which offered one of the greatest varieties of courses in the school, Physical Educa- tion. There were offerings which covered team sports such as softball, basketball, and speedball, and other well as archery, gymnastics, and badminton. These and other individual sports provided students with skills that could be enjoyed throughout a lifetime. But even more, PE was fun. Who could forget trying their first back handspring, or fish- ing their ball out of the stream at the golf course? fWhat color are water moccasins any- way?!j. Who would not re- member watching their teacher drive a golf ball into the tractor mowing the prac- tice field? No wonder so many come back for more in the PE Department. I got il, I got it! Where did the ball go?! I thought I told you, hit the birdie over the net not into the beams' Physical Education!59 ,,, Tociayk SZLZKQIEYZIJ Twin For Tomoafefowk World The future leaders of our country may very well be the students who have been trained through Reserve Offi- cers Training Corps. By learning the technique of navigation and aviation, studying space exploration, and coming to understand what it really takes to be a leader in today's society, one is better able to grasp and face the future with a more mature outlook. it Q 'X wo- '9 T' I . v ,V pgp I p ' With one of many projects coming up, ROTC students consult with Colonel Keefe about their plans. Cadets take advantage of a variety of re- source materials available in the ROTC office. GOXROTC i li t ...l M .S 'N M g t 3, 1 a 'YO "i UW 4 '.h tt KVL: .1 K R '-'---....,,,,g.e,. Ol. O o Labs Infenyqj the Study qf Science The new addition of the greenhouse enriched the science program this year. It provided work-room for stu- dent experiments in Botany. The new high-power micro- scopes at last enabled science to do labs which re- pupils quired such magnification. Other year included a course en- titled "Investigations in Science" and a unit in mete- rology. Five years from now you'may know who is to blame if your weatherman is wrong! developments of the in -:gif The success of the new generation is evident in the healthy plants grown by science students. Mr. Fletcher uses one of his many slides to ex- plained a complicated physics problem. With the use of well-equipped labs, students get the full benefits of their chemistry course. Sciences!61 .....,.o.,---"""""""' Yeyfewiazy and Torlayfy World Studying under two flags, the American and the Communist, Comparative Political Sys- tems' students learned the dif- ferences between the two types of governments. Social science classes how- ever, were not restricted to the study of governments. In psy- chology class students were introduced to the matter of mind over body through Ki. Instructors of the field strived to instill in students a respon- sibility toward building and bettering today's government. Students studying communism in CPS quickly learn to recognize the communist flag. The study of world cultures includes exten- sive exploration of customs, religions, and maps, Chuck Blackburn, who holds a black belt, demonstrates to Tim Hendrixson that mental strength can prevail ever the physical 62!Social Science V mt, -, ' V H 4, AW y.J , : r 753 4. ' ' 15 X, ' 2 it fe 519' Q if 'V 4 3 1 ,. .df cf "' A u' , V 4- V' A, " 4- , ,ar Q . A f ,, X' ff ' , , v 45 rf ttf - f 'iw' 7 wi , wa, 5 s 4 95? it ,,.5 ,, T52 i V, ,,,,, flz- . 4, ff 2 VVVL 4 ., l --, -Nl'f f i l , 4' gf . yy lik- 7 ,si Al.. ? mis ,f ' I y gy 'Tl'-T?-' t Work Wellf Students who do not plan to attend college, but wish to work, have been given the op- portunity, to do so through the Iob Entry programs. One hundred and eighty-eight hours of work would earn the worker one full Credit. Seniors who have earned the total number of required Credits are allowed to work a full day. Those who have not obtained all their required Credits work on the part-time program. The Credits earned through the program are counted toward graduation. Pupils are able to spend their senior year of high school doing what they enjoy and will benefit from most. Rickey Bryant talks with Mr. Caughman about the number of credits he earns through the job entry program. Through the use of mannequins, students are able to practice what they will be doing as part of il paying job. Iob Entry!63 H 1 1 4 w N I 1 1 J A SAIL ' SAIL ' SAIL ' SAIL ' SAIL SAIL ' SAIL ' SAIL ' SAIL' SAIL The Fabulous Viking Banczff Seeking an even higher level of ex- cellence, the Viking bands inspired pride throughout the school and earned respect throughout the na- tion. The Pride of Fort Walton was invited as an exhibition band at the Tri-State Music Festival in Okla- homa, and closer to home collected a stack of superior trophies at district, regional and nation- ally-sponsored marching contests. Most meaningful to students, however, was the spirit of the band, the emotion it produced-drawing applause with driving tunes like "Free" and making crowds rise up with their most re- quested number, a stirring medley, "Dixie!Battle Hymn of the Republic." Dividing later into the concert and sym- phonic bands did not lessen the quality of music any, as both groups earned the highest ratings in contests throughout the South under the direction of Mr. Er- nest Hebson and Mr. William Creekmore. The Year of the Vi- king proved Fort Walton Beach High School outstanding in every category, in- cluding bands which were among the most noted organizations anywhere in all the Southeast. 66!Bands fn-f-'H Debby Miles follows a Viking triumph intently. Drum Major lim Livingston leads a pre-triumph parade through the halls on Victory Over Choctaw Day. The Marching Band shows a prize-winning formation at a contest. Director Ernest I-Iebson works with the symphonette. Daily practice is held for district contest. After posing for a Cosmopolitan centerfold, Tim Medley prepares for a more important appear- ance. rn 'S ' A g 1 s i Bands!67 M azjoreflef Play With Fire Twirling flaming ba- tons and flashing swords were two of a great variety of rou- tines that the Viking majorettes sparkled half-time shows with in 1973. Captained by the Miss Florida All- Star for 1973, Kathy Levitt, the squad con- sisted of another All- Star Band member, Melissa Scroggins, as well as Cheryl Smith, Lisa McLendon and Kim Brackin. The four juniors and one sophomore continued the winning tradition of the corps, begin- ning with two first place trophies won in Tuscaloosa. Trophies for superior perfor- mances at the Miracle Strip and the Culf Coast Marching con- tests were added dur- ing the school year. 68!Majorettes Radiant Kathy Levitt reflects a beautiful performance in her face. Quiet is observed by Cheryl Smith during the National Anthem. Rhythm, skill, and grace born of devoted practice result in prize- winning performances by Kim Bracken and the other maj- orettes. gf: l -qt 43, va W ,V e 1 5 ' Na ' .xv Qt All American Dolly Sfmt to "Up-Tzghf In their second year of existence, North- west Florida's only dance drill team added all new rou- tines to halftime pag- eantry in 1973. Strutt- ing on field to the familiar tune of "Up- Tight", All American Dolls followed cap- tains Denise Lezu and Pippa Corley into whirling, graceful maneuvers. The members of the Dolls devoted many, many hours to prac- tice as a group weekly, as well as the time each girl spent in personal prepara- tion. Their efforts, and the guidance of directors Ellen Dod- son and Ianie Varner, earned superior rat- ings in marching con- tests, and brightened up football and bas- ketball intermissions. The Dolls show off their high kick. Concentration and a dry field help. Yellow banjos add a Dixieland touch. Iulie Beaty observes action tak- ing place off of the field. All American Dolls!69 - Pffefifion . . Szjfle . . The colorful pre- cision drills per- formed by the Flag Corps added a special flair in halftime shows this year, as well as impressing judges and audiences at the Shriner's Fair and various contests. Trophy-Winning rou- tines Were created by the squad, which had The Corps forms a circle of color. . Palffiofifm no special instructor. Working closely with the Flag Corps and the Honor Guard, Rifle Line members displayed expert rifle skills to complement other band units. Practices were held often to perfect the skilled drills per- formed by the line members. Presentation of Colors. 70!Flag Corps. Rifle Line Swing or String The superior music programs at Fort Walton Beach High School were ex- emplified by ad- vanced organizations such as the Orchestra and Stage and Lab Bands. Mr. William Creek- more once again di- rected a much ad- mired Orchestra. The only stringed group in the school prac- ticed daily in order to maintain a high mag- nitude of excellence. Also rehearsing ev- eryday, the Stage and Lab Bands attained skill in musicianship which earned fine ratings at contest. The Stage Band's per- formances at the Of- ficer's Club were rec- ognized as a highlight of many evenings. Di- rector of both bands was Mr. Ernest Hebson. Mr. Hobson directs the Stage Band at an appearance. It takes practice to get it right. The Stage Band lets good sound flv Music!71 Making M mic, M viking Song "Musical excellence" was more than a phrase in Vikingland. The superiority of the performing choral groups of Fort Wal- ton Beach High School was unparal- leled in the region. The Voices of Val- halla, Valkyries and Concert Chorus held a series of concerts at the school. Each was a full-flavored musi- cal affair, showing the versatility of tal- ent among the organi- zations. The high opinion of local resi- dents of the groups was shared by judges at contests, as all the groups brought the highest ratings. Members of Concert Chorus as- semble to practice for district contest. At a winter concert, the director of all choral groups, Mr. Don Hicks, leads the girls in song. Neither rain nor fog keeps Val- halla from rehearsing a song and dance number for contest. The Voices of Valhalla serenade Queen Tricia Stevens at the Homecoming Pep Rally. Darrell Willis of the Voices of Valhalla lets a note fly during practice fourth period. 72!Choral Groups ff. Y 5' if l ul 10 5 Q A 2 3, ww 35 W W' L, A . , . i , .5 ,IM QS-5 ' a F , 3 if Sfmt Council 177210701165 Lunch Through the efforts of the Student Coun- cil in one of its most productive years, lunchtime became a more enjoyable and relaxing experience with the introduction of a la carte lunches, cokes and music. A Student Information Center replaced the bookroom, sharing its area with a supply store which was opened to meet class- room needs for pupils. The hard-working Council also spon- sored a successful Dance Marathon at the year's beginning, and sold slaves-body Q ..fa . - j We a" - -Q. Q . , . ' Cz, , W Q' " 5 L 1, ff,'s-'WN - S-am?-if' a ' - C '11 ,- 331 S, is 74!Student Council and soul-in Ianuary. The Student Council District One Work- shop was hosted in October, and repre- sentatives from Fort Walton Beach High attended the District and State conven- tions. These many projects of the Student Coun- cil were aimed to bridge communica- tions between the Student body and ad- ministration, and to present students' feel- ings and ideas. More- over, the Council was able to unify and di- rect a harmonious Vi- king community. "Cood morning, everyone! Let's all stand up and s-t-r-e-t-c-h . . . that's better!" "If you want to see me do my thing-pull my chain!" "I guess you're wondering why I've called you here . . S I f c ICC Honors "Club Mike Yemf' The main goals of ICC are to coordinate all club activities, avoid conflicts, settle disputes among clubs, provide for the scheduling of club meetings, charter school clubs and other organizations, provide a forum for free discussion, and to lend leadership and direction to the clubs and their members. ICC sponsors an- nually the "Club-of- the-Year" Award, presented to the club that has done their best for the school and community dur- ing the school year. Mr. Urquhart is always ready to lend a helping hand. "We're glad you could make it after all!" Surfing club applies for member- ship to ICC. C reativizy EQQZOQQJ in '74 Yearbook "Mary!" Where's my layout sheet?" "Mary! Can you come here for a minute?" "Mary!" How would I fit this photo?" The premature gray on Mary Cockerill's head was the result of being editor of the 1974 Volhollo. The excellence of the publication was also largely due to her po- sition as editor. With the advice of Ms. Marilyn Lambert and the labor of an unorganized but de- voted staff, the larg- est yearbook in the school's history was at last completed and shipped. Work began in Iune with the selling of ads and continued with meetings throughout the summer, and par- ticipation in a re- Iackie Brunnworth awaits divine aid. Richard Frisk patrols for a good shot during a football game. The tedious job of labelling mug shots is finished by Cyndi Hudgens. Surrounded by layouts, Deda Io- hansen completes a final sheet. 76!Valhalla Staff gional workshop in Pensacola. Duties in- tensified as deadlines came up again and again. The group spent weekends and nights during the coldest days of Feb- ruary in the heatless school, slaving over final layouts, printing up the last negatives and warming their hands over cups of hot chocolate to fin- ish sections on time, then came in the next day to begin a new portion. The product made the work worthwhile. Volhollo reflects the aspirations and trials of individuals seeking their places in life. Moreover, it ex- presses the promise of a living, growing, moving Viking kin- ship. 22 . 1 . J .ff q i Mark "The Marvelous" Merriam keeps alert for action on the field. Finding the perfect picture brings a smile to Kathy Black's face. Ms. Lee Campbell, who assisted the staff with bookkeeping, con- fers with Ms. Marilyn Lambert, advisor, about yearbook sales. Photographers Mike Robertson and Steve Richards bundle up before working in the darkroom on a frigid Saturday in February. Erasing is a large part of the la- bor which goes into a yearbook, as Sarah Daniels demonstrates. Valhalla Staff!77 Norfbwiml' Tidings qt '73-'74 ln a year marked with triumphs, such as their printers ac- tually delivering is- sues of their period- ical, the Northwind staff, under the guid- ance of Ms. Iudith Branch, produced a better-than-ever pa- per for Fort Walton Beach High School. Working with the staff of Smol-ie Sig- nols in a thirty-two hour marathon car wash in August, the staff got off to a good start rather than rest- ing on the laurels of a first place prize at the state press conven- tion last year. An in- crease of eight pages in the size of the pa- per allowed more thorough coverage of news stories. This ex- pansion also accom- modated artwork and a number of new col- umns and features. The members of the Northwind staff discuss the contents of a fu- ture newspaper. "Buy a newspaper? Only 15 cents!" Rick Hord contemplates. The Northwinrl Editorial Staff: Kathy Valade-Managing Editorg Ross McSwain-Editor-in-Chief: Kathy Thompson-News Editor: Rick Hord-Photography Editor: Rusty Presson-Exchange Editor: Tim Hendrixson-Art Editor, Tom Sibert-Business Manager: Linda Beck-Feature Editor. 78!Northwind Staff g'?fMffl,Q pm, E MM' .Y iu-4M if . WL J Pmflez-120115 wznmiy? The French Honor Society is organized to promote the French culture and provide a stimulus for the advancement of the French lan- guage here at FWBHS. Plans for the year include a trip to New Orleans in the spring and par- ticipation in District Convention. The club sold "Viking Fleus" during football sea- son and doughnuts on various Saturdays to raise money for their trips. Officers: Pres.- Laurie Adamsg Vice- Pres.-Lisa McNeirg Sec.-Tricia Stevensg Treas.-Susan Hock- ery l President Laurie Adams retorts, "Of course we speak fluent French . . . what else?" French Honor members present a skit for the International Ban- quet-complete with can-can girls. 80!French Honor Society N19 X. FATE 1- 4 ,gre f mv 'f ,,,, rn ,n 1 ,.,. ,-y ,, . 'fri was . A ' , ' ' 34 i f .V.AAA ' -.V- T . ,,, f - iii ,xr W., ,. v , 3' ia 5 QW n 1 J n "!"'I,,,Zi"4 , to 45..- V-.-f-o.....,,,,,,.,,,m, ,um W ' af' f W -ff' . fkfmrzi JR- . I 4' ' J fl. S , 1 1 mnaltf -Q "' . 4 'A v Am, ,tp '-s Qbffecloem Sie Dezzlifch The purpose of the German Honor So- ciety is to express the German culture to the students of FWBHS. Gummi Bears, a German Candy, are sold daily after school to raise money. Car washes, bake sales, and doughnut sales are also utilized to earn funds to buy pins, se- nior chords, and for other club projects. The club plans to at- tend the state con- vention held in Gainesville. Officers: Pres.-Deb- bie Livingstong Vice- Pres.-Mike Ionesg Sec.-Yvette Shippeeg Historian-Ianet Wil- son: Treasurer- Brenda Buchan. Gorman Honor students work hard in class and in thc- language lah. Gorman Honor participated in the International Banquet by bringing Gorman food. 1 S Gorman Honor Socioty!81 05613 Boboy and Babay The 1973 Honor Club of the Year, Spanish Honor Society, was again among the best in the school in 1974. Involved in all phases of student life, the Society selected the most spirited class, made basketball pro- grams and awarded a scholarship at the year's end. Hours of work by members with paints and paper produced a homecoming float which shared first prize honors for clubs in the parade. Coop- erative efforts were also a part of the fund-raising projects of the only club with a bear for a sponsor, Mrs. Mary Iones. Money raised from the sale of Viking bal- loons, decals, and baked goods helped to send twenty stu- dents to the state Spanish convention in St. Petersburg. 82!Spanish Honor Society President Lorie Mclntosh stirs Cougar stew a'la Susie McDavid. La Osa approaches a gift with care. Members cheer their friend Omar on to break a pinata. 5v 'wis- Q1 Q, ,-, fi i r X Q, "1-...-l .Rs ,sf X'. 'x yi it NX -rs. 3. .3 S - Nr 7' fi' wwf mst' .:,Q in 1 Dream Come True The "future green- house" at last became the present green- house, as the Science Honor Society's money manifested it- self into framework and fiberglass. The Society has raised funds for the green- house for several years, as well as for additional equipment needed by the Science department. Ms. IoAnn Balkom was sponsor of the club. She advised the members as they sought to promote in- terest and enthusiasm in the many branches of Science. Teresa Haas discusses the condi- tion of a plant with Rick Hord. A prize-winner, Science Honor's float of Viking Valhalla tied for first place in the club's division. Rocky the Boa explains a few facts of Serpentology to Bud Valade. Science Honor Society!83 Beta Club Awards Scloolcmlvgp Promoting scholar- ship, leadership, and good citizenship were the aim of the Beta Club, and an impres- sive list of projects proved that the mem- bers of this national honor society worked toward these goals. Beta sponsored the election of Frey and Freyja each month, directed the Christ- mas door-decorating contest and the con- test and breakfast for the Ten Most Spirited Vikings, collected a scholarship fund, published the six weeks Honor Roll, and placed a Christ- mas tree in the main office. Tokens of ap- preciation to teachers and the school's sec- retaries were also provided as Well as painting posters for pep rallies, construct- ing a float for the Homecoming Parade, and posting news on the school bulletin board. Initiates were treated to a day dressed as a famous character- anyone from Scarlett O'Hara to Abraham Lincoln. Other impro- tant events were the state convention, Beta Banquet, and in- stallation of new members, concluding with the presentation of cords and tassels. 84!Beta "Who me?" .. Respectfully submitt l Sandra Hays." " . . . was that necessary?" hx-X, T4 .i QE 1 kkgr fa V, f,f' "Who is the kid in the Viking suit?" Annie Oakley shows her stuff. One if by land, two if by sea and three if by initiation, Beta members work fast to fin- ish float in time for the Home- coming parade. Beta!85 Mu AQJIM Them Buys Club jmeyy Mu Alpha Theta strives to promote student interest in math. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Snoddy and this year's President is Tim Edgeworth. Mu Alpha Theta's ac- tivities for the year included programs with guest speakers, small group math projects, participa- tion in local math contests and work- shops, and the en- trance of a car in the Homecoming Parade. .le Don't bother measuring the cir- cumference ofthe tire, just paint! Kathy Black checks out the lat- est in club news on the bulletin 86!Mu Alpha Theta board. Each da finds Mrs. Vivian Y Snoddy. Mu Alpha Theta's spon- sor, hard at work. QI wi wsgttf wsreplf NHPF , , H ,fsgetiaiw 'H ,, v I Q, : kk I Jqz K M efnoem Attend Yontn Legzlflotnre Convention The members of Youth in Government attended the Youth Legislature Conven- tion in Tallahassee. The delegates pre- sented a legislative bill on the abolition of the death penalty in Florida, while sit- ting in the legislative Chamber and using proper procedure as legislators. Officers are: Dana Matthews- V.P., Mike Iones-Pres., Tricia Stevens-See., and Cherie Mat- thews-Treas. Mr. Sheehan, Youth in Govern' ment sponsor, always has 1 smile. Kenny Rogers and Denise Hud- gens-winners of the Going Steady Game sponsored by Youth in Government. YIGHSXB7 Lertemzm Gain "F"jb1f Ejjbw' Meetings held on Thursday mornings during homeroom were the launching point for the projects undertaken by the Lettermen's Club this year. Promotion of all athletics at the school was the chief aim of the club. The task of cleaning Memorial Stadium following Viking home games occupied members' time, also, on many On an icy February afternoon Chris Kicey enjoys his jacket. The sponsor and officers of the Lettermen's Club: Del Holmes, Ian johnson, Roger Ratcliff, Al- lan Winslette, Marsha Rogers, and Frank Ccravolo 88!Lettermen's Club Saturdays. Sponsored by Mr. Del Holmes the organiza- tion consisted of let- termen from the cheerleading squads, and the great variety of sports teams at Fort Walton Beach High School. Each earned the right to wear his or her letter "F" through determi- nation, hard work, and dedication. Ian Iohnson, Tom Dewald, and Tricia Stevens take care of the last pile of trash in the stadium. Cindy Mikel is a new member of Lettermen's club. Big Al Winslette, president, keeps things moving at a gathering, f Letterman's Club!89 FHA H05! Silver Sana? Children Improving the quality of the individual, family, and commu- nity life is the goal of the Future Home- makers of America. Through FHA activi- ties, members are learning to expand and identify their own concerns and is- sues about living. The activities of the club include a cocoa sale, hosting the District Convention with 625 girls attending from five counties, a cast party for the children from Silver Sands, making curtains for the lunchroom, hold- ing a window wash, making Easter cards for the elderly, and hosting a Tupper- ware party. In addi- tion, Iulie Barfield ran for State Presi- dent Elect and presented her pro- gram to the elemen- tary schools in the area. 90! FHA FHA members work with children. Mrs. Dodd-faithful FHA sponsor. Iulie Beuerlein is one of the hard-working club members who helped make curtains for the lunchroom. L -rf "Aoi zoo!! your port, ilooro ol! the honor liey. " The aim of Thorfin's Thespians is to pro- mote interest in the field of dramatics and add to the cul- tural enrichment of the school and com- munity. While gain- ing experience in all aspects of the theatre, Thespian members learn to accept criti- cism, disappoint- ments, and promo- tions with humility and obedience. The Cathy Zuccaro examines the torn curtain which the Thes- plans will replace. "Calm down, all you have to say is 'purr'!" Thorfin's Thespia ns officers: Thespians presented "The Diary of Anne Frank" on March 7 and 8, and "The Spi- ral Staircase", a mur- der mystery on May 2, 3, and 4. The 1973- 74 Thespian officers are: Adrienne Eaton- Pres.g Kathy Waites- Vice-Pres.g Debbie Miles-Sec., Iohn Timmel-Trees., Brian Rossler-Perl., and Ianet Wilson- lnitiate Rep. Adrienne Eaton, Kathy Waites, Debby Miles, Ianet Wilson, Iohn Timmel, and Brian Rossler. Club President, Adriene Eaton, and sponsor, Mrs. Schultz, go over the script for "The Diary of Anne Frank." Thorfin's Thespians!91 33" FBLA Slmw Comme Twice monthly meet- ings provided a start- ing point for the many projects under- taken by the Future Business Leaders of America. Typing, re- producing and mail- ing monthly news- letters for the AAUW and typing Bruner Ir. High newspaper were two business-related activities. The mem- bers also wrote Thanksgiving greet- ings to patients in the Culf Convalescent Home, gave a Christ- mas party for chil- dren attending the Fort Walton Beach Day Care Center and sold stationery. Cuest speakers were spon- sored at one meeting each month. Members also at- tended District I ral- lies and conventions, and were able to compete on local, state and national levels with other students. Ms. Bowers, FBLA sponsor, takes time from her busy sched- ule to smile at the birdie. Io Anne Adair. Rhonda Barron, and Elaine Clanton devote time to type up the Bruner Ir. High paper, Loretta Rowell types addresses on monthly AAUW newsletter. These FBLA members repre- sented their club well when they placed in many categories at the District Contest held in Pensa- cola on February 9. QZXFBLA -wif' PKBMEROOM HAPPENLNOS 9 'g Pg DCT Cl96l72g65 Name to CECF Diversified Coopera- tive Training students this year organized a chapter of Coopera- tive Educational Clubs of Florida, a statewide club which is affliated with DCT. Members were per- sons working at on- the-job training such as secretaries and dental or nursing as- sistants in order to prepare them for the vocational field they planned to enter. At the district con- vention held in Pen- sacola president, Cathy Manley, placed first in a test on den- tal medical termino- logy and advanced to the regional com- petition. Eight repre- sentatives attended the annual conven- tion, this year held in Miami CECF also participated in Homecoming activi- ties. The members were awarded an Honorable mention for their float, and did an impressive job in the door decora- tion contest to place first in the school. Marilyn Tatham gains experi- ence as a Dental Hygienist. Mr. Hendricks guides Cathy Manley, president of CECF. Debbie Hanson Creates a lovely floral arrangement at Friendly Florists, CECF793 DECA Hom As hosts of the Dis- trict Contest, the school's chapter of Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of Amer- ica was kept busy making arrangements for the Ianuary com- petition as well as keeping up its many activities. Intended to bring together stu- dents involved in marketing products or in public services, DECA was involved in a wide variety of activities, ranging Dimfic Coney! from banquets to house painting. House painting projects took place in October, followed by the preparation of baskets of food given at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Members participated in the State Leadership Conference as well as the district contest, and topped their pro- ductive year in May with an Employer- Employee Banquet. E 2 W5 i it 94!DECA Mr, Ready is always ready to help DECA members, Debbie Rose works at the County Health Center, Karen West arranges the mani- kin in the DECA room. Ricky Rudolph stocks at a warehouse. Bonnie Flunnigan prepares hamburgers. Lyle Hawkins installs plumbing on the job. DECAXQE 1 Q ,I 5' "za" "ln, ' Q 3'fQ:.J '-':f'i. ' e Leo Tmveli Z0 Miami fir Comfemtion Sponsored by the Lions Club of Fort Walton, the Leo Club functioned to help bring people together by working together. Leo worked to serve the community and to develop individual responsibility and leadership. A car wash opened money raising gil "You shy little devil, you!" A smile will get you everywhere! Ms. Privette, Ronnie Pettis, and Charlene Roberson enjoy them- selves at the state convention. 96!Leo Club projects for the year. Sales of doughnuts and stationary were also important activi- ties in sending twelve members of the club to the state conven- tion in Miami, Ianu- ary 18, 19, and 20. Fi- nal events were the yearly sale of light bulbs and of plastic annual covers. ....gv"' Ip l Leo Club participated in the Homecoming Parade. Being Leo Club President surely isn't that exhausting, Charlene! ' fv ,,.L,g, . SW? -1,1r"' ' 1, rw xg , Leo Club!97 Key Club Szzppom "Rum For the Fun" The Key Club is sponsored by the Ki- wanis Club. They are a member of the Cen- tury Club which do- nates S100 to the Boys Club each year. At Christmas, the club traveled to Marianna and presented a gift to the Correctional School for Boys. 3 rc" gf. , f 98!Key Club They also rang bells for the Salvation Army. Officers: Pres.- French Browng Vice- Pres.-Clay Carna- thang Sec.-Steve Newellg Treas.-Bill Stoneg Project Chair- man-Marty Medlin i I Kenny Rogers and his fuzzy wuzzy or wuzzy fuzzy? President French Brown keeps the meeting under control. Key Club float is a winner. 'Q Q 4 T 3 Q s .tn 3 'A 5, .way t V ' gmftf My Teri Harward, Key Club Sweet- heart, is courted by faithful beau. The club won the trophy in the "Run for the Fun," sponsored by the YMCA for the United Fund. Key Club!99 ,1 Kqfelfes 80072507 cl Child Keyettes, sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club, strive to better serve the school and community through various projects. Funds to support these projects are raised through bake sales, doughnut sales, and car washes. Keyettes sponsor a child overseas. The annual Mr. FVVBHS pageant is sponsored by the club. Officers: Pres.-Patti Kellyg Vice-Pres.- Vickie Gutshallg Sec.-Laurie Lynng Treas.-Cindy Mikelg Hist.-Kathy Levitt Karen Anderson and Henrietta Kelly tear the road up, "You've got to be kidding!" Keyettes participated in the Homecoming Parade. 100!Keyettes ...rue 1 nn Anchor Usloem This yearis Anchor Club was very busy with fund-raising projects. The money that was raised was donated to the crippled children. Anchor members have been busy at- tending and ushering forthe Annual Nicole Marionettes Show. They had District Marionette Shaw Convention in Talla- hassee and they still found time to act as aides for a nursing home. The club had meetings each month. The goal of the An- chor members is to become a part of so- cial and economic growth of their communities. , ,,,r, .F President Linda Eppard dis- cusses club activities with Ms. Bass. Anchor sponsor. Officers ure: Elaine Lowery fSec.l, Linda Koski QV-l'res.j. and Cheryl Olin t'I'reas.l, Angie Beclsole, Anchor Club member. was chosen as the 1974 Valentine Sweetheart. Anchorf'l01 Teaahm Appffecicztecz' The Wheelettes pro- vide an opportunity for girls to work to- gether in service to community and school. Their projects include a record booth at the Shriner's Fair, sponsoring a child overseas, work with the Headstart program, and a Teacheris Apprecia- tion Luncheon. Officers: Pres.-Lisa McNeirg Vice-Pres.- Karen McGuffeyg Sec.-Cyndi Hudgensg Treas.-Robin Am- Hist.-Carla monsg Myersg Parli.-Luanne Purvis. I v 39:1 Q, QU, Q," 0. 'QU l..: :V..f l I ll 102!Wheele-ties The Wheelettes give a Teacher's Appreciation Luncheon. President Lisa McNeir calls the meeting to order as Cyndi Hud- gens calls the roll. Carla Myers sets up the table for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon. A Football Player Appreciation was given in the special dining Brazil is sponsored by the club. room during lunch. Typical Wheelette meeting-all Vitoriano do Carmo Filho of members paying strict attention! ,4 f .vi- l.. J 'Y 'fi' .""1 ,.,. ....--H. . Xt j l N if l Wheelettes!103 Wire Interact- Drive U5 With the help of In- teract many students were able to travel to away football games that they might have missed. Unce again the service club guided by Mr. Charles Aplin ar- ranged buses to trans- port fans to Viking games all over North- west Florida. The in- tramural basketball tournament, a crea- tion of Interact, was also continued with fierce competition between teams and clubs. Interact dedicated it- self to serving the community and school. "Service Above Selfm puts into words the fun and fulfillment members found in interaction. Head honcho Charles Aplin waits with a helpful remark. Tom Manning admires new growth on the shrubs in Inter- act's planter. The homeward bus ride means time to relax after a striking Vi- king victory. 104!Interact . fl! ,gp . 5 .-., Q XX H' ,- The ROTC Ladief As a branch of the ROTC program, the Skydettes were a part of ROTC functions, but also maintained-a separate identity as an organization inter- ested in the affairs of its community and school. Along with ROTC ca- dets, members of Skydettes made trips to the Ranger Camp and Radar Installa- tion at Eglin Air Force Base. They also participated in Din- ing Out during Iann- ary, with members Iackie Skaret and Ann Baker stand with Skydette gentleman, Bill Grigsby. A Skydette member prepares for their bake sale. The proceeds went to the Playground Humane Society. entertaining the guests. Later, Sky- dettes attended the annual Military Ball. Traveling to Tus- kegee, Alabama, the club gave a Christ- mas party for patients at the Vet- eran's Hospital. The next month the Sky- dettes helped to orga- nize the Camellia Show held in the school auditorium. Ms. Pat Brogden was sponsor of the active and appreciated group of young Women. Skydettes!105 Career Day Bzg In the day of Femi- nine Liberation more and more opportu- nities become avail- able for women in all fields of interest. The Nike Club sponsored by the Business and Professional Wom- en's Club of Fort Walton Beach, exists to make high school girls aware of these openings. Event jeff Nike One of the Year's most important events was Career Day. Nike members went to different businesses through- out Ft. Walton and observed working procedures and con- ditions. This also gave individuals a chance to find out what courses would benefit them in school. 106!Nike Don Lemon is Nikmfs Gentleman. Nike initiation? or Kitty Kat Korner?? Watch her purr! CREW? LIST ' CREIVS LIST CRE Wfs LIST - CRE Wfs LIST A ga ltx Gr ! 5, N v gb ff' fp, Q ' A Cone erf Band. ALL AMERICAN DOLLS: Iulie Beaty, Eva Boockholdt, Marsha Bryant, Carol Buckley, Sandra Bugg, Ierre Ceravalo, Pippa Corley, Amy Graham, Ioyee Green, Beth Hock, Susan Kotlcwski, Sha- ron Lane, Carrie Langley, Denise Lezu, Lisa Liggett, Laurie Lynn, Mary Maher, Susan Meier, Marcia Medlin, Cathy Partridge, Debi Solley, Angie Stewart, Barbara Tedder, Teresa Tedder, Mary Wen- zel, Ian Williams, Debbie Winslow and Alan Winslette fGentlemanj. ANCHOR CLUB: Tina Andrews, Stephanie Basta, Carol Beatrous, Becky Bradford, Debbie Brow- nin, Cindi Campbell, Mary Cockerill, Kandy Cole, Tanya Day, Linda Eppard, Rhonda Forsyth, Patti Gray, Tina Helton, Linda Koski, Ronna Langley, Elaine Lowry, Dana Mangrum, Cheryl Olin, Pattie Rakestraw, Becky Reid, Rose Sherrill, Barbara Spencer, Kathy Valade, Angie Bedsole. V ,, ,,,a.,,,,,,.... .. ,.,.,,,,.,,,. ,. ,N ,, ,, 108! 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Records fl! - 159'f wft 7 1 I ' x I lv rf, . , 4 , '2 2 2, f X j f fu: Y, , " f ,I I If t if ,f . ,f ,fr , Q 1 59 ,ff , I ,fy ' 1 if ff I ,Y FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY: Laurie Adams, Lisa Arnold, Mona Aultman, Bonnie Brand, Kathy Buehrig, Stephanie Christakos, Pippa Corley, Ieanine Crowder, Iames Dumoulin, Iohn Dumoulin, Martin Erhart, Susan Ferguson, Karen Hanson, Susan Hockery, Theresa Holloway, Cyndi Hud- gens, Lisa McNeir, Io Ellen Patt, Cheryl Schile, Tricia Stevens, Lori Young. GERMAN HONOR SOCIETY: Karen Amell, Brenda Buchan, Inez Butler, Winona Butler, Charles Cahill, Lila Carledge, Nina Destin, Chip Farland, Debbi Feldman, Iames Grimmer, Angie Hearl, Pat Hose, Ken Iohnson, Mike Iones, Aubrey Kittrell, Debbie Livingston, David McCormack, Dana Mangrum, Dana Matthews, Linda Mims, Yvette Shippee, Karen Sowder, Darlene Stiles, Tamara Weeks, Ianet Wilson. 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Records , t lt W 23 T f SD I KEYETTES: Karen Anderson, Iulie Beuerlein, Kim Bracken, Bonnie Brand, Marsha Bryant, Sandy Bugg, Ierre Ceravolo, Amie Graham, Vicki Cutshall, Teri Harward, Ian Iohnson, Henrietta Kelly, Patti Kelly, Anne Lefebvre, Lee Anne Lewis, Kathy Levitt, Denise Lezu, Laurie Lynn, Cathy Man- ley, Lisa McLendon, Becky Metrogen, Cindy Mikel, Gina Orlando, Anne Partridge, Iudy Rogers, Lo- retta Rowell, Cheryl Smith, Debi Solley, Melissa Scroggins, Kathy Stewart, Rene Tingley, Barbara Tona. LEO CLUB: Ioy Blake, Nina Bodon, Mary Ann Bragg, Warren Carpenter, Tina Clodfelter, Sally Connelly, Randy Cooper, Caron Ehlert, Eric Fearson, Debbie Fridell, Iohn Godwin, Diane Hlawek, Susan I-lockery, Billy Holt, Rick Hord, Kathy Keel, Bill Knox, Neal Konneker, Ierry Landry, Ian Latshaw, Adrian E. 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LETTERMEN'S CLUB: Mike Ammons, Randy Anderson, Bill Barrett, Mark Barrett, Stephanie Basta, Scott Beal, Frank Ceravalo, Mike Churillo, Kelly Cline, Mike Coup, Brenda Cyr, David Devaux, Tom Dewald, Rodney Dismukes, Kim Duncan, Randy Enzian, Amos Fowler, Ken Furth, Warren Gould, Randy Hare, Herbie Haught, Mike Hromadka, Craig johnson, Ian Iohnson, Steve Iohnson, Chris Kicey, Sharon Lefebvre, Cliff Lewis, Dana Lind, Diana Long, Dane McDaniel, Cherie Matthews, Becky Metrogen, Bobby Mikel, Cindy Mikel, Tim Mills, Robert Morris, Luanne Purvis, Roger Ratcliff, Marsha Rogers, David Simmons, lack Smith, Tricia Stevens, Kathy Stewart, Keith Stewart, Bill Stone, Cyndi Stripling, Randy Timm, Buddy Valade, Alan Winslette, Greg Worley. MU ALPHA THETA: Iames Ashmore, Virginia Ayers, Ann Baker, Iulie Barfield, Debbie Benefield, Kathy Black, Mike Borish, Karen Brantley, Carol Clabby, Becky Craig, Ieanine Crowder, Marte Dismukes, Tim Edgeworth, Bob Emmonds, Paula Eyrich, Tom Floyd, Debbie Fridell, Io Anne Greer, Theresa Haas, Karen Hanson, Sandra Hays, Kirby Hearl, Doug Iones, Kathy Keel, Neal Konneker, Bill Knox, Brett Latham, Ian Latshaw, Kevin MacGi1livray, Eaman Manley, Sheila Marler, David McCormack, Amy McElroy, Steve McFarland, Ross McSwain, Debra Miles, Debra Nelson, Vickie Odum, Donna Oler, Buddy Poulson, Rosemarie Roberson, Mark Sheppard, Yvette Shippee, David Steimle, Angela Stewart, Darlene Stiles, Barbara Tedder, Tom Tedder, Donna Toole, Thomas Windham, Susan Wright. NIKE: Stphanie Basta, Iulie Beatty, Angie Bedsole, Kandy Cole, Pippa Corely, Nina Des- tin, Marjorie Epps, Mary Ann Grayson, Ioyce Green, Tina Helton, Diane Hlawek, Michelle Ienkins, Betty Malik, Cathy Manley, Karen Sowder, Barbara Spencer, Ioyce Taorima, Glenda Thomas, Kerston Werner, Debbie Willard, Lori Young, Iulie Ziki. ...Y fff X . f it f' , W it , ,, or S W M CJD Records!117 -3 , 1, at " ' tlffiiiii H: I MW- ,ziix fl 55-lm 1 . - - , I . l .ff y 'T Q Q' 1 4' Q 6 ffm X Q , -...X C is g, .1 29 ii igidl 3 Qi ,wg 1 be 1, i f ' gq SKYDETTES: Ann Baker, Sally Connelly, Ieannie Crowder, Betty Howard, Adrienne Kersten, Susan Meier, Charlene Roberson, Kim Rogers, Patti Scandone, Iackie Skaret, Barbara Tedder, Terri Tedder. 118!Reeords QUILL 8: SCROLL: Linda Anderson, Glenn Austin, Virginia Ayers, Kathy Black, Karen Brantley, Iackie Brunnworth, Neecy Clay, Iulie Cocherill, Mary Cockerill, Randy Cooper, David Conradt, Nina Destin, Pam Fisher, Richard Frisk, Sandra Hays, Rick Hord, Tammy Ienkins, Ianet Ligget, Lee Ann Lewis, Mary Maher, Eugene Matter, Eileen McCarthy, Ross McSwain, Edna Parker, Anne Par- tridge, Bruce Pitcher, Denna Pond, Rusty Presson, Boddie Pyron, Linda Spaulding, Phillippa Stan- ton, Katherine Thompson, Buddy Valade, Linda Vonderheide, Donna Willis, Susan Wright. t t SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY: Iohn Ackerman, Marc Barbour, Debbie Benefield, Steven Clark, Ashley Condon, Crystal Crowson, Donna Dearman, Robert Emmonds, Linda Eppard, Teresa Haas, Melody Hancock, Diane Hlawek. Rick Hord, Becky Konnecker, Neal Konnecker, Bill Knox, Bar- bara Lambert, Tom Leechin, Tom Manning, Steve McCollough, Tricia McKibbon, Marty McLean, Gary Pascoe, Sam Peek, Kathy Rigsby, Erie Schultz, Tom Tedder, Buddy Valade. NORTHWIND STAFF: Glenn Austin, Ginny Ayers, Linda Beck, Tom Brassell, Mike Bryla, Neecy Clay, Steve Davis, Iohn Dumoulin, Diane Gibson, Tim Hendrixson, Rick Hord, Tom Leechin, Lori Maske, Ross McSwain, Rusty Presson, Sharona Rogers, Craig Schaeffer, Tommy Scharer, Tom Si- bert, Kathy Thompson, Richard Tracey, Kathy Valade, Buddy Valade, Iennifer Walker, Donna Willis. I if 5-'gefi SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY: Pat Amell, Ginny Ayers, Kathy Buehrig, Becky Craig, Debbie Craig, Tanya Day, Theresa Duffey, Adrienne Eaton, Linda Eppard, Susan Ferguson, Debbie Fridell. Mary Ann Grayson, Mike Gurney, Karen Keald, Diane Hlawek, Robb Hlawek, Kathy Hood, Rick Hord, Michelle jenkins, Edith johansen, Mitchell jones, Debbie Kissam, Becky Konneker, Brett Latham, Carolyn McCormack, Susie McDavid, Lori Mclntosh, Sue Melntosh, Ross McSwain, Donna Meaut, janet Montrose, Vickie Odum, Larry Pentel, Denna Pond, Sherry Poulsen, joe Rayborn, Bill Richards, Steve Richards, joe Rodriguez, Linda Sanders, Cheryl Sehile, Rose Sherrill, Ann Sorrells, Keith Stewart, Gale Suozzo, Susie Tigner, Barry Wade, Kersten Werner, Cathy Zuecaro, Anna Zummo. STUDENT COUNCIL: Karen Amell, Pat Amell, Larry Ashley, Kim Baisden. Ann Baker, Stephanie Basta, julie Beaty. julie Buerlein, Kim Bracken, French Brown, Marsha Bryant, Carol Buckley, Sandy Bugg, Debbie Burkes, Rhonda Campbell, Stephanie Christakos, Mary Cock- erill, Kandy Cole, Sandy Cooper, Lisette Crandall, Sarah Daniels, jennifer Dehearde. james Dumoulin. 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Records!119 , 4' WK Q CC 0 it 72 aa 1 av 5 0' f 6 ul l f? 1. .4 5 V", ' as f rf 4 Mm' QD 120!Records SURFINC CLUB: Mike Ballmes, Mark Bednar, Mike Brila, Mark Buehrig, Fred Cheney, Bill Coch- ran, Walter Crumpler, Iohn Dalton, Marte Dismukes, Tony Freeman, Karl Custman, Chuck Heald, Tim Hendrixson, john Henson, Mark Lemak, Rodney Longneeker, Gene Matter, Skipper Matthews, Brian Murphy, Larry Pentel, Kenny Phillips, Chris Reather, Tim Rhinehart, Bob Ritteman, Tommy Scherer, David Sehwertner, Pete Sintes. THORFINS THESPIANS: Syd Ballmes, Linda Beck, Iulie Beuerlein, Kay Clark, Lisette Deckert, Adrienne Eaton, Pam Ellis, Iohn Eppard, Warren Gould, Isabelle Gray, Tim Hendrixson, Dave Ianca, Terry jones, Aubrey Kitrell, Beth Lemen, Mary Maher, Chris McCartney, Debby Miles, Sam Neal, Leesa Perkins, Brian Rosler, Linda Sanders, Andy Stewart, Iohn Timmel, Lynn Timmel, Iona- than Thornber, Linda Vonderheide, Kathy Waites, Karen West, Natalie West, Andy Wetjam, janet Wilson, Cathy Zucoaro. VALHALLA YEARBOOK STAFF: Kathy Black, Karen Brantley, Iaekie Brunnworth, Steve Chasse, Mary Cockerill, Sarah Daniels, Wayne Fossler, Richard Frisk, Cyndi Hudgens, Edith Iohansen, lim Livingston, Eileen McCarthy, Mark Merriam, Mike Roberson, Rosemarie Roberson, Kenny Rogers, Steve Richards, Phillippa Stanton, Barbara Tona, Rickey Bryant. "VIKING SYMPHONETTEH: Karen Alford, Rhonda Alford, Christine Belkin, Inez Butler, Winona Butler, Lisette Crandall, Donna Dear- man, Robert Dinwiddie, Chuck Evans, Susan Griggs, Teri Harward, Terry Holt, Cindy Hoven, Michelle Ienkins, Hartley Kinsey, Ioan La- rouche, Iohn Lee, Ianet Leggett, Diana Long, Don McLaughlin, Susie Meien, Bruce Parramore, Steve Phillips, Mary Sims, Greg Smith, Ray Stickler, Barbara Tedder, Kathy Thompson, Karen Watkins, Shelia Wesche, Anthony Whitley. Ron Wigington. Sheryle Yow. WHEELETTES: Robin Ammons, Kim Baisden, Barbara Bishop, Brenda Buchan, Kelly Cline, Brenda Cyr, Cheryl Everitt, Cyndi Hudgens, Denise Hudgens, Mary Kelly, Lisa Howell, Dana Lind, Diana Long, Cherie Matthews, Eileen McCarthy, Debbie McClannan, Karen McGuffey, Lisa McNeir, Carla Myers, Edna Parker, Luanne Purvis, Robin Robinson, Marsha Rogers, Pam Rushing, Leanne Simpson, Michelle Soave, Debbie Smith, Debbie Stephens, Tricia Stevens, Kim York. YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT: Karen Anderson, French Brown, Gina Butler, Clay Carnathan, Iohnne Ceravolo, Iohn Combs, Richard Frisk, Ken Furth, Bill Grigsby, Iamer Grimmer, Terry Haefner, Tina Helton, Diane Hlawek, Mike jones, Eugene Matter, Cherie Matthews, David McCormick, Karen McGuffey, Lisa McNeir, Becky Metrogen, Melissa Scroggins, Tom Scharer, Tom Sibert, Tricia Ste- vens, Bill Stone. gixi, U75 AQ! ii tit .7 Q67 3'-.L QW A Mlll i 7 ' Records! 121 2 DECK - DECK - DECK ' DECK DECK ' DECK ' DECK' DECK The Yemf of the Viking "This is the year of the Vi- king," as quoted from C.F. Reynolds, proved to be the truth. The Vikings came off the season with a 7-3 record and along with that were vic- tories worth rememberance. Under the strict leadership of head coach Chester Norris, the Vikings won their first Big Five Conference Title by de- feating big rival Choctaw. But not only that, the Vikings also gained the right of keeping the coveted trophy for the second year. This is also the year of two of the Viking team members as Ronnie Enclade excepted a scholarship to Florida State and Bobby Mikel to Alabama. To end the excitement and spirit of high school football was the yearly banquet, where the truely deserving players were recognized. The Varsity team members are: Herbie Haught, lack Smith, Tommy Dewald, Frank Ceravolo, Kim Duncan, Greg Worley, Mark Barrett, Mark Ciglio, Keith Stuart, Donald Broxon, Mike Coup, Randy Anderson, Tim Mills, Scott Beal, Roger Ratcliff, Mike Churillo, Robert Hawkins, Da- vid Simmons, Ken Parmer, Warren Could, Bobby Mikel, Randy Timm, Brett Latham, Cliff Lewis, Amos Fowler, Dane McDaniel, Craig Iohn- son, Alan Winslette, Randy Hare, Rodney Dismukes, Bill Stone, Mike Ammons, Bill Barrett, David Oyler, Robert Morris, Tim Taylor, Chris Kicey. Charles Dumoulin filled the role as this yeir s Viking Mascot. The Varsity team members. The team managers this year were Steve Friedman, Buddy Valade, and Iohn Dumoulin. Head coach Chester Norris. Seniors Ronnie Enclade and Bobby Mikel ex- ert enthusiasm and pride for their respective colleges. 124!Football Viking Football Opponent 3 3 Vikings 0 Rutherford 34 13 Escambia 31 0 ' 3 Bay 14 6 15 .Pensa3cola 30 0 Woodlfxam 28 13 Leon 11 ' 3 G5Q1by 1 30 1 ' 21 17 1 Niceyille 315 8 Tate 14 13 Choctaw 16 5' j sassiaaxiiwg ssnraumm ,- if? 1ii nwsmmn mm Q,'1sucsl3Jf:K of ALABM ' -x Tloefiy -ii " linen! ' .QR Zia ,. nn Ve Football!125 Of?-67256, De eme, Fbing Colm The Fort Walton Beach Vi- kings opened the 1973 football season with a 34-0 victory over the Rutherford Rams. It was the Vikings' third straight opening win and all three have been shutouts. After a listless first quarter, the Viking offense began to find itself and with 8 minutes remaining, Bobby Mikel took a Ron Enclade pass and splashed his way 33 yards for the score. Enclade added the PAT making the score 7-0. Mike Churillo got the first third quarter score by sprint- ing 24 yards and Enclade added the PAT. After the Vi- king defense gave the Vikings another of four turnovers for the night, on a fumble recov- ery by Warren Gould, Ron En- clade climaxed a 5 play drive by skirting his left side for the 20th point. Enclade then missed his only PAT of the game. ln the fourth quarter, a Kim Duncan interception gave the Viking offense another oppor- tunity and again the offense retaliated as Churillo ran 4 yards for a TD and Enclade converted for a 27-0 margin. After the defense forced an- other Ram turnover at the Ram 40, it took the offense only 4 plays before Enclade took a handoff from McDaniel and went left tackle for the fi- nal TD of the game. He then added the PAT, making the fi- nal score 34-0. 126!Rutherford Tony D t1,hut2,hut3.., block V uarterback Ronnie Enclade runs for V dage. y Durham collects an easy point Escambia defender attempts to ' g kick. urham turns on the spec Duncan escapes an Escamb defend 22 f ..,. 3 V 5 J V ., H De eme: Deciding Factor The Viking offense was late in getting started and the defense was called on to provide the impetus for second time in as many weeks. In the first half the only score came when an Escambia defender raced 21 yards for a touchdown after picking up a Viking fumble. In the third quarter Alan Win- slette recovered a fumble and 8 plays later Churillo took a Bobby Mikel pitchout and went 5 yards to score. The PAT failed and the score was momentarily tied at 6-6. With 2:17 left in the third quarter, lack Smith made the play that turned the game around by blocking an Escambia punt and running it into the end zone from 15 yards away. Dur- ham converted the PAT and the Vikings moved ahead to stay 13-6. Three plays after the ensueing kickoff, Kim Duncan inter- cepted an Escambia pass and three plays later he went 18 yards for the Vikings' 19th point. Dane McDaniel then hit Duncan for a two point con- version and a 21-6 lead. Six seconds later the Vikings added 2 more points when an Escambia player downed the kick-off in the end zone for a safety. In the fourth quarter the Vi- king offense put together its best and longest drive of the night going 40 yards with Randy Timm climaxing the drive by driving in from 2 yards out. McDaniel hit Mikel for the 2 point conversion and a final 31-13 win. Rutherford!127 Praying Challis Poifm The Vikings avenged a bitter 1972 defeat at the hands of Bay High School by blanking the Tornadoes 14-0 on a damp muggy night in Fort Walton Beach. The hard-hitting Viking de- fense held the Tornadoes to a total of 50 yards offensively and only 4 first downs as Bay's offense never made a se- rious scoring bid. When the Vikings found their running game stymied, they went to the pass for two touchdowns that provided the Vikings with their winning margin. Quarterback Bobby Mikel hit split end Ron En- clade for 38 yards and a TD in the second quarter and then hit tight end Alan Winslette from 5 yards out in the fourth quarter for the final TD. Ron Enclade successfully con- verted both points after touchdowns. The game was a gruesome de- fensive battle with the kicking game and a big play offense turning the struggle into a hard earned victory for the Vikings. No way baby, this one's mine! The Viking defense pulls in for the tackle. 128!Bay L View Eoqblode The Vikings notched their 4th win in a row as they downed the Pensacola Tigers 30-6 in Tiger Stadium. lack Smith blocked his second punt of the season in the first quarter and swung the ball to the Viking 15 yard line. After failing to move, Tony Dur- ham's field goal attempt was wide on a fourth and three sit- uation from the 10 yard line. The Vikings moved close again, but could not score and with 2:50 remaining, Ron En- clade's field goal was good and the Vikes led 3-0. Bobby Mikel then scored from 1 yard out giving the Vikings a 10-0 lead at the quarter. The rest of the half was scoreless as the teams matched defenses in the second quarter. Greg Worley breaks lose for yardage. Warren Gould, Frank Ceravolo, and Cliff Lewis stop the Tiger offense. Bobby Mikel passes on offense. The Tigers got on the board in the third quarter as a Bobby Mikel pass was intercepted and returned for a 26 yard TD. The PAT was unsuccessful, cutting the Vikings lead to 10- 6. The Vikings then put to- gether a 70 yard drive, but the drive stalled at the Pensacola 10 as a Viking fumble was re- covered, by Pensacola. Then two plays later Mike Hro- madka returned the favor and this time Mikel found the end zone from 1 yard outg Enclade converted and the Vikings lead, 17-6. The Vikings added 13 more points in the fourth quarter with Timm and Stewart scor- ing on short runs to make the final score 30-6. .,,, . ,Pk Pensacola!129 -aggq ' S k 12,-p De 6725106 Ejjbw, Ojf67'Z5j1!6 Charge The Big Red Machine scored 21 points in the first half and then coasted to their 5th straight win of the year over the Woodham Titans. Bobby Mikel got the Vikes on the board in the first quarter as he hit Ron Enclade with a 18 yard scoring pass. A few plays later Mikel again hit Enclade with a 30 yard pass for a TD and 13-0 Viking lead. In the second quarter, Randy Timm capped a 60 yard drive by going over from the three yard line. Mikel again hit En- clade for a two point con- version to put the Big Red in front 21-0. The Vikings scored their final TD of the night when junior Mike Churillo capped a 76 yard march by scoring from the two. Enclade kicked the PAT for the final point in a 28- 0 Viking victory. Again, a strong defense that limited the Titans to less than a 100 yards of total offense and a Viking offense that showed ability to drive the football provided the winning edge. Tony Durham carries the ball for the Vikings. Mike Churillo is met with Woodham white. Bobby Mikel charges into open field. 130!Woodham Bobby Mikel is tackled after a long Viking run. Mike Hromadka makes a flying tackle after a short gain. Now listen kid, if I see you in my backfield one more time . . .! A Long Ride Home The Fort Walton Beach Vi- kings and the Leon Lions met in a showdown battle of un- beaten giants, and when the battle ended, a gallant last charge by a courageous band of Vikings had fallen short and they tasted defeat for the first time in 6 games. Ron Enclade speared the Lions first with an 11 yard field goal in the first quarter, but the Lions answered the barrage with a 93 yard march and the half ended with the Vikes on the wrong end of a 6- 3 score. Leon received the 3rd quarter kickoff and promptly initiated a relentless, time consuming drive that was consumated when the Lions scored on a fourth and one situation and took a 13-3 lead. The Vikings retaliated to the on-slaught with a charge of their own and got back in the game as Ron Enclade hit flanker Tom Dewald with a 17 yard TD pass and a 2 point conversion pass that left the Big Red only two points short. The Viking warriors, failing to surrender, got another shot at victory, but it quickly faded as an Enclade bullet bounced off Tom Dewald and was claimed by a Leon defender. The con- troversial fumble was re- turned to the Leon 48 and along with it went the final hope for a Viking victory. Leon!131 F1fzz5z'mz'i0n.' Dwdf The Niceville Eagles handed the Vikings their third straight loss of the season by defeating the Big Red in a hard fought game by the score of 17-15. The Eagles scored first on a field goal by Robin Canady af- ter they recovered a Viking fumble in Niceville territory. The score went to 10-0 before the half when Iohn Garrea bolted 76 yards for a quick touchdown following a Viking punt that went into the end zone. The Vikings missed a chance to score when an En- clade to Mikel pass was inter- cepted on the Eagles' 12 yard line. The Vikings marched 71 yards in the third quarter to climb within reach of the Eagles at 10-7. After Alan Winslette re- covered a Niceville fumble on his own 14, Enclade hit Mikel with a scoring pass to climax the drive. In the fourth quarter the Vi- kings marched to the Eagle six, but a 15 yard penalty stalled the drive and a few plays later a fourth down pass from Enclade to Mikel was in- complete. Niceville put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter as an Enclade pass was picked off and re- turned for a touchdown. The Vikings also scored later in the fourth quarter, but found themselves 2 points short in losing, 17-15. Chris Kieey and Tony Durham tackle for the Vikings on defense. Mike Churillo is hit by a tough Eagle defense. 132!Nieeville ff, . ,. --v . -A...iA Q" . ,A .- N 4-."ffg.., if K 1 , A Sinnning Ulmer The Fort Walton Vikings, re- bounding from three straight losses, knocked the Tate Ag- gies from the unbeaten ranks with a stunning 14-8 upset victory. After a scoreless first period, the Vikings took advantage of a fumble recovery by Cliff Lewis at the Aggie seven yard line. Faced with a fourth and three, Mike Chruillo fought his way into the right corner of the end zone to give his team a 8-0 lead. Tate came right back with an 80 yard drive that ended when Aggie quarterback Scotty Madison bolted into the end zone from 21 yards out. Tate went for two and led at the half 8-6. In the third quarter, the Big Red drove to the Tate one, with the big play being a 42 yard run by Ron Enclade who set a school record by rushing 29 times for 177 yards. How- ever, a fumble stalled the drive with Tate taking over at that point. After failing to move, the Aggies attempted to fake a punt which was picked up by Randy Anderson who dove into the end zone for the winning TD. Enclade found Kim Duncan open for the 2 point PAT and a 14-8 Viking lead that was never relinquished. With 1 second remaining on the clock a Tate receiver got behind the Viking secondary on a highly controversial play and ran the ball to the Viking 3 yard line. He was over- handed by Frank Ceravolo's great clutch effort which pre- served the Vikings well-de- served victory. Tony Durham charges with the ball. Mike Churillo is pulled down after a long gain. Powerful Ron Encladc carries the ball for Vi- king yardage. Tatc!133 Victory: Fin! Big Five Title The Vikings celebrated Thanksgiving a day early as they appropriately withstood an Indian uprising and es- caped with a scintillating 16- 13 victory over the tribe from Choctaw. The Chocs drew first blood as they recovered a Viking fumble on their own 38. Vince Bruner then fired a strike to Cary Hines who was finally downed on the Vikes 3 yard line. After two cracks at the Viking defense, Bill Sanderson manuevered his way over left tackle for a 6-0 Choctaw lead. The PAT was good and FWB trailed 7-0. The hard-hitting skirmish con- tinued throughout the second quarter before the Vikings mounted an offensive of their own and ended when Ron En- clade dented the Indians' forte from 4 yards out and the In- dian advantage was "trim- med" to 7-6 with 41 seconds remaining in the first half. The Vikings got another break a few seconds later as a Cary Hines' pass found that it was in the hands of the Vikings 134!Choctaw safety, Tom Dewald who re- turned it into enemy territory. Bobby Mikel hit tight-end Alan Winslette with a 34 yard pass and with only 3 seconds remaining, Ron Enclade's FC found its mark as the buzzer sounded and gave the Vikings a 9-7 lead at the half. The Vikings increased their lead in the third quarter as En- clade climaxed a long drive by knifing through the Indian stronghold for a 1 yard touch- down and a 16-7 lead. The Indians, not to be out- done, fought back and with 10 minutes left in the final quar- ter, Bill Sanderson tomma- hawked the Vikings as he sprang from a host of Viking tacklers and charged 82 yards for a TD which cut the Viking lead to 16-13. The remainder of the battle was a tough defensive struggle with neither team threatening. Then with 4 minutes remain- ing, Choctaw mounted a drive which almost turned defeat to victory. The Indians moved deep into Viking territory as they converted two third down plays and one fourth down situation. Mike Hro- madka dropped Sanderson to halt the Indian charge and preserve a Viking victory. f wifi? QM l A N . , , W l L Mlulnki' .uh-2 .v, 13531 Fikaw , w,.+ One more year, one more win. and it's ours. Coach Brogden carries out his coaching duties. The Vikings hold Choctaw to only a few inches. Dane McDaniel turns the Corner for a first down, Cheers of pride in recognition ofthe winner's trophy give Mr. Reynolds a standing ovation. Hey Buster, you pull that again and I'll . . . Chor:taw!135 A Dwalea' Homecoming The Vikings tasted defeated for the second week in a row as they were outscored by the Godby Cougars, 30-21. The Cougars scored first after intercepting a pass and return- ing it to the Viking 6 yard line. The Vikes came right back and went ahead 7-6 as Tony Durham scored from 26 yards out after Kim Duncan recov- ered a Godby fumble. A few plays later, Mike Ammons re- covered another fumble and Enclade then hit Greg Worley with a touchdown pass giving the Vikings a 13-6 lead. Godby came right back with a quick touchdown pass, cutting the Vikings' lead to 13-12. Godby scored again before the half following a fumble and they led at the half, 18-13. Godby took the second half kickoff and marched 60 yards for a score and a 24-13 lead. The Vikings retaliated a few plays later when Enclade scored from 2 yards out bring- ing the Vikings to within 3 points of the lead at 24-21. Fort Walton's last bid for vic- tory was quelled as its final drive was stopped on a fourth down play that failed to pick up the first down. Godby scored again with 1:18 left and won the ball game, 30-21. Tim I-lendrixson expresses words of recogni- tion for those who have stepped forward. Tony Durham assists on a Viking tackle. Herbie Haught, Scott Beal, and Terry Tillman field a Codby punt. Eugene Matter and lana Everett take part in Homecoming Dance festivities. One of the many door decorations displays Viking spirit during Homecoming week. 13cfG0dby M,,wf""" M...-fr L, " ,- t w . . , H!-F. K . Q Mrk f'm""W .. Z!.ism,- V , .Q f' At,, sa fely "5 as " . Y I K h . p ,,, ..,. MQW: V N p Arrpr 1 if . mn , .VKJQH - K , ,. .. . , ...Q-.1 f . I ..,ff44s'+f55i?MW V. - sf, . V klpgm ..ff'f -WJ 'T jew 'I V 355,553 wg: .fMm- K ,,B3,5, 5, 1 f 52" .," if. QW4"if",7fQ7!v'l , V "Q:-i1 .Z. " 4 ' FM---.tg. ' . 'mf R" - 'Q ' f 'V Q Yf- - -1' 1iE'i',-s. 'iff n W ..,v . V .- IL. V- -AI, . . ef-r V . it-L.f.11'fs .- -a f. K -- - .g.,- c .1 ,- 2-1 - . it - 41, -iii .1 . fx., fgfiwif " K Q 32,5 T 7'-15? jg i "ii 1' 1'LLif7E:+: Z2 'N F J 1.11" Q- 2 ms- . , y -. N 3 1? 534' in 7' ful f f 5 --A - Il " I - 59 55- if - f . . - at M wwf. W , W I -- 3.m.,-viffzv ' GQ., N A .X -" I .i?..:g.....,f' -as as-.wars-4 Siva. . . ... 5::.:iisf-v".4- db: . Q. wh v ly . ,M Feyfivifiey Hzghlzghi Homecoming The Fort Walton Beach High School Homecoming was a huge success in planned activ- ities during the 1973-74 school year. To start the spirited drive was a morning pep rally where Tricia Stevens was announced as the 1973-74 Homecoming Queen. But that was only the beginning. The door decoration contest began and was carried on through the week, the winner was announced on Friday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday brought out the true spirit of the Viking supporters with beanie day, sock day, K' f A .iff i and blue day. Friday, however, collected the mostspirited fun with the fi- nal pep rally to lead the Vi- kings on and directly after school a parade of cars deco- rated in red, white, and blue, proceeded to Memorial Sta- dium where a few cheers ended the long week of festivi- ties till game time. But it wasn't over yet. Also planned was the Homecoming Dance held after the game, and when the last lights were turned out, the Viking sup- porters went home finalizing Homecoming Week '73-'74. Godby!137 junior Vamizy Bzzildf Playm The junior varsity football team this year was composed of alot of hard working boys who in the coming years should play an important part in providing the varsity foot- ball team with experience and ability. The overall season record was one of disappointment. Gut of an eight game schedule the I. V.'s won only three, but all of the losses were very close games in which the victory could have gone either way. Eddie Gartman catches a perfect pass. Coach Lowery practices with the I.V. squad. The I. V. defense stops Rutherford after a short gain. Head coach Cary Wood discusses football. 138!I. V. Football The squad worked long, hard hours under the leadership of head coach Gary Wood and lim Lowery to prepare them for what they have worked for-membership on the var- sity football team. The I.V. football members are: Arthur Becton, Larry Ayers, Barry Barkley, Scott West, Mike Day, Iohn Wickham, Ken Iordan, Nat Wannamaker, Danny Hare, Keith Cotton, Bobby Spencer, Lloyd Dob- son, Gary Bowman, Charles Drill, Sampie Hall, Curt Lam- bert, Ed Gartman, Vince Pon- der, Mike Bir, Bill Hromadka, Ierry Simmons, Niki Craw- ford, Scott Zimmerman, Rob- bie Barnett, Raymond Bailey, Iohn Sipps, Steve Nulke. 1 . A b' W 3 ' 321 .1-L sv ,ryk -y gy ,f '. t t,,- ttyn A t n ,,,, W' --b' ' tttt ' "" ng Y f ,,,,, 'Q N1-.-.,f ,,,, 'zefvbf V 7 ' Z X , , W Q, M, Y. J pf s ,ff X 2 A host of I. V. players pest El tough defense. Game captains, Kenny Rogers and Nut Wan- namaker wait for the toss up. This is the play where I take the hull, fade buck to pass und my center protects me-but frankly, I don't see what the heck from! I. V. FootbaIl!139 C0zmm'0zm! 1O,9, . . The Fort Walton Beach 1973- 74 Varsity Cheerleading Squad started this year by winning the Grand Champion Award at the Dynamic Cheer- leading Association cheer- leading clinic held at Stetson University during the summer. But that was just a start. Dur- ing the football season they sold spirit tags, suckers, and tee-shirts and had carwashes also during the year. The squad has been full of spirit throughout the year and has proved it through their backing of both the football and basketball teams. They have added a great deal to the school yearls spirit. Their gen- tlemen for this year is Mike Hromadka. Their sponsor, Mrs. Mary Iones provided great help and guidance for the squad through the school year. 140!Varsity Cheerleaders I Lx ,X Madam ----........,. ! 5 5 3 3 t Y E t E 3 s t it Dana Lind, Anne Lefebvre, and Tricia Stevens are senior cheerleaders The Varsity Cheerleaders: Cherie Matthews, Luanne Purvis, co capt, Marsha Rogers: Dana Lind, Brenda Cyr, Cindy Mikel, Tricia Ste- vens, Becky Metrogen, capt. Ian johnson: Anne Lefebvre, Cindy Stripling, Stephanie Basta. The Squad members cheer the Mighty Vikings to victory. Captains Marsha Rogers and Ian Iohnson share enthusiasm and excitement during game time. Iunior cheerleaders, Chris Banks and Ioyce Green pose in a winning formation. "Hye, you guys, the view is just perfect!" Varsity Cheerleadersftftl T T 5 'tsi f V. Cheerleaders Sei Godly In May of 1973, the six newly- elected junior varsity cheer- leaders set two main goals. The most important goal was to support the fantastic Viking I. V. football and basketball teams. They have worked very hard toward this goal, putting a lot of time and extra money into parties and refreshments for the players as well as showing their spirit at the games. The second goal was to train the girls to work together and give them the poise and expe- rience to do their job well. They were awarded at a one day clinic in Mobile, Alabama. At the clinic the cheerleaders were rated second against nu- merous other junior varsity and varsity squads for their cheerleading ability and form. They also won a third place trophy for their show of spirit. To raise money for supplies and uniforms, the girls had a car wash during the summer and sold buttons during school. Mrs. McEachern, the sponsor for the I. V. cheerleaders, has helped them learn the respon- sibility of working and getting along with people. In the next two years, hopefully the var- sity squad can grow and be- come the best. One of many cheering formations but, a little to the left side. The I.V. cheerleaders for '73-'74 are: Kelly Cline, LeAnne Simpson, Kathy Stuart, Diana Long, Pattee Gibson, Sharon Lefebvre. A little on the right and little on the left. . . Kathy Stuart, Kelly Cline, and LeAnne Sim- pson cheer the I. V. basketball team. 142!I.V. Cheerleaders N 1 L iii ' .l' I-: 11 .. :SA Q-,-.. Q 'F' Lix "W sur ,, We ,gs an f igrztw ,,,. ,,.. W6 ff ,W as---pr ' at-f 1 ws-If tw '-"-- ,,,' M, "ik f , -,,' N0 matter where the location practice makes perfect. Diana Long gives a smile before game time. Kathy Stuart expresses the usual Viking enthusiasm, I.V. Cheerleaders!143 l - we sa... 3. , . fa. -M-1-,Q ..:,,,:,: W K . k ,,,,. .W ,,... W1 Viking Bmkefball Seaman If cl 52166655 Indeed too, this is the year of the Viking in basketball as the Varsity team has for the first time gained the 2-AAAA Dis- trict Honors. Through the long hours of practice under Head Coach Hal Wyatt, the team has seen the year as one of itls best with a final 12-9 win-loss record. To end the seasonal competition, the basketball banquet honored those who contributed to a year of success. The team members are: Willie Scaife, Stanley Crowder, Tom Magouirk, Willie Carner, Mike Ross, Ken Riley, Ron Enclade, David DeVaux, Kim Duncan, Terry Haefner, Manager Steve Fowler, Head Coach Hal Wyatt, and Ass't. Coach Larry Touchstone. 144fVarsity Basketball in .ES , K high., ,. r.. K I ff NY A!! Q K opponsfiii ff Vikings 55 Rutherford 60 65 Bday ff 72 58 Niceville 61 55 ' 48 nsgfestvliiw riti . Q 69 Choctaw CX-Mas Touriij 59 64 Godby 60 48 51 octayw y y 7 ate 5555 53 52 75 Washington 55 48 Escambia 7 54 an 61 55 7 8 7 Nicevilief 69 Crestview 78 63 Leon 67 as 6 Q'RUthBI"f rd 7777 eofh i 68 50 Woodham f 55 60 Choctaw 57 6 76 E-l: i., K- . 67 'Pensacola 0 51 79 Leon 78 , or 7 57 5 778 it 1777 5 7 75 58 Choctaw fDistrict Tourn.J 54 51 , - Q... One more point is added by Big Ron. Head coach Hal Wyatt confers with assistant Larry Touchstone about first period statistics. A fast break gives David deVaux a clear shot. DeVaux sinks a one-pointer from the foul line. Varsity Baskethall!145 Fin! Viking Win Over Niceville Rutherford The Vikings avenged a tough loss against the Rams last year by out- shooting them this time, 60-55. Godby Willie Garner paced the F.W.B. scoring attack with 20 pts., but it wasn't enough for an overtime victory, 67-64. Boy A Fort Walton Beach rally in the third quarter coasted a 72-65 win over P.C. Bay. paw' 7 t A I f A Wt i .fi ,kgr get X W' www ,E YA WW ,,,.,, mild, af za ,, LQ . at 1 '1 v 1 ' ,. W.- ra, QW ia' '1 1-41' "1t' " i W 'SQA E , ,S, 4. , Y . , 5 . WG' Willie Garner reaches for the tip-off. I Could of Sworn the basket moved! Forward Ronnie Enclade shoots for two. 146!Varsity Basketball In ttti 3 if ramp.: 2 , E B Asahi iw A Niceville For the first time the Vikings defeated the Eagles with a 61-58 outcome. Crestview The Vikes were handed their second loss of the season with a 55-48 deficit. Christmas Tournament fChoc- towj The Vikings grabbed a few Indian feathers at the be- ginning of the game, but lost them when it was over, 69-59. 31.357164 Stanley Crowder aims at the foul line to help the Vikings to victory over Niceville. Viking team gathers in sideline conference. Ron Enclade adds another Viking point during action against Choctaw. Willie Scaife plays the hall for the Vikings. Varsity Basketball!147 Vikey Din! Cnofmw in Sfnnning Onentnne Codby ln another overtime decision the Vikes again fell to Codby, 64-60. Choctow A final floor shot by David deVaux and an over- time period gave the Vikings a close win, 51-48. Tote Stanley Crowder came on to put eight field goals through the hoop for a game 148!Varsity Basketball high of 16 points and an edging win over Tate, 53-52. Washington The Wildcats up- set a powerful Viking team with the final score, 75-55. Escambia The Vikings chalked up their sixth win of the season by a six point mar- gin, 54-48. Niceville David deVaux and Willie Garner put in a total of 32 points to upset Niceville, 61-55. .. 'H' 4 if Q The referee readies the hall to he put in play, Ken Riley and lim Downs reach for possession. Ron Enclade uses basketball strategy against the Green of Choctaw. V MM gi my F WB. Claallaf Up Six More Victoria Crestview Ken Riley scored 19 points to avenge an earlier loss to the Bulldogs with a 78- 59 Viking Victory. Leon Willie Garner scored 12 crucial points to lead the Vi- kings to a come-from-behind victory, 67-63. Rutherford Willie Garner and Ken Riley made their best of- fensive performances in a win over the Rams, 68-66. Woodham The Vikings upped their record to 12-5 with a F.W.B. win, 55-50. Choctaw Ronnie Enclade tossed in nine points in the last quarter to bring F.W.B. with-in three points, but not enough for a Viking victory, 60-57. Escambia Willie Garner pumped in 15 points to lead Fort Walton to second victory over Escambia, 71-68. 5. wdsni l50!Varsity Basketball 9 M -...,,,-M an-as MQ 'lm -vw ,...,, is f as 14, im f,:-- wieixfm 1. ,, , I 33' ' ' W aww N , W0 -,f,' , Dwfattfwabtf - ,.,,, I ..,. ,. H "H+w:2fztzz,2::iz,fHM i .L L, 2 1 6 4 S 2 David deVaux shows agility on the floor. Stanley Crowder hooks the ball for 2 pts. Viking team member Kon Riley sets up to Score for F,W.B. Vikingy Gain Fin! 2-4A District Honors Leon F.W.B.H.S. fell to the Lions in a gallant fourth quar- ter, 79-78. Bay Ken Riley collected 20 rebounds but the Vikings could not rally to a F.W.B. vic- tory, 67-57. District Game fBayj Ronnie Enclade tallied 22 pts. to help lead the Vikings to their first win in the District contest, 75- 66, over Bay. District Game fChoctawj Da- vid deVaux came on to pro- duce 16 points, all in the sec- ond half, to lead a valiant F.W.B. rally that just fell short of a District Championship, 58-54. Pensacola The Vikings suf- fered their seventh loss of the season, 67-51. . ........... , .... .-.Ab,........,.-s..rW.W,.-- K '23 If six as Elf , .,.. gn li V: Q Xilly 519 g if Qt S. xiii' Qi? Q,-M is East-9: :Ek -9 . .-.- i new ' . ...... . V... , -' .a J, .. .sw - ,gnu Og 152!Varsity Basket a . ti i Ml. G 6' --.11 -1. g .: .i ' 8 if- lr is , fn' " f fa. 1.51.-, , i' if i'ilQ1 1 j . , 1 1+ g g- f X -Y . . .i vw : '- f . N . ' fqn i ifiwsvgig -, N . K 38:11 , 5 . 1 1 b I i i 1- 1 flxff k-.-W 5 . . i ' l N 52' . W .Y mg 2 1 m 358 t gy? - 115 4 V 2: - ZL. Ill 1 David d0Vaux and Ken Riley turn on thc? Two morn for thu Vikcs. defense. Kim Duncan guards against Bay. The Viking squad huddlrrs to discuss plans, Iunior Kon Riley elbows Steve Baker of Choc- Exuitmcnt and quickness was a large part of law in District action. basketball this season. Fox Garmrr scores two more for the Vikes. Up. up and away! . it . + ,,, , ..,. ...M , y M-A-' b-"' vmuw . ....y itfi 'ifitf' t v i .... ..t... ftiilfjg i ttii lis tti s s i.ssi siislsiiii 1 i iiii 'E 1- ' ii ' 'Sv' haf U uv 'iv Varsity Baskutball!153 j V Basketball Clnnns A Winning Season Under the direction of Coach Larry Touchstone, the Vikings Iunior Varsity Basketball had a winning season with thir- teen wins and three loses. Team members include: Win- ston Allen, Marlon Burnett, Quincy Cambell, Iohn de- Vaux, Simpson Hughs, Ken Kahsen, Willie Lee, Kevin McCillivray, and Tom Windham. Vikings Opponent 72 Rutherford' 48 70 Bay 61 51 Niceville 44 45 Crestview 40 51 Choctaw 48 85 Tate 56 52 Washington 71 68 Escambia 60 53 Niceville 39 70 Crestview 41 75 Rutherford 56 48 Woodham 34 52 ChOCtaW 55 67 Escambia 58 56 Pensacola 58 65 Bay 54 Hey, look at that chick . . . forget the basket- ball game!! With a tied score, the Vikings huddlc to dis- cuss game strategy. 154!l.V. Basketball Fx B x my wg, wx ,F 1 5' H 5' X. it V.,kkk... ,. 1. Sink it, Marlon, sink il!!! Cozxczh Touchstone concentrates us the man' agar looks on. I.V. Basketball!155 Baseball 1974 Viking baseball team: Bill Barrett, Mike Brady, Tim Bry- ant, Bobby Carmichael, Tommy Dewald, Kim Duncan, Ronnie Enclade, Amos Fow- ler, Mike Gurney, Chico Kiker, Curtis Lambert, Skip Lavelle, Dane McDaniel, Bobby Mikel, Tim Mills, Vincent Ponder, Ken Rogers, David Sizemore, Terry Tillman, Alan Win- slette, and with bat girls Becky Metrogen and Ann Lefebvre. Coaches are: Tommy Cren- shaw and Larry Olsen. February 27 Woodham March 1 Tate 2 Woodham 5 Mosley 8 Bay 9 Rutherford 12 Culf Breeze 16 Codby 16 Leon 19 Bay 22 Mosley 29 Tate 30 Rutherford April 2 Washington 5 Codby 6 Leon 8 Niceville 8 Niceville 10 Washington 17 Culf Breeze 19 Choctaw 20 Choctaw Coaches of the baseball team this year are Coach Crenshaw and Coach Olsen. 156!Baseball "Ask us, we're expertslu. says Tim Mills and Bobby Mikel. ln the glove Ronnie, not the mouth! Bascball!157 Track ana' Fiela' Events Heib Baila' Stamina The track team spent many hours after school running, jumping, throwing shop-put, and doing various workouts to keep conditioned. These boys are coached by coaches Del Holmes, Gary Wood, Bob Iohnson, and Ed Davenport. Team members include: Larry Ashley, Mike Bur, Ion Bar- bour, Paul Bivrkammer, David Buckley, Mike Churillo, Randy Enzian, Alonzo Fear- son, Warren Could, Doug Cut- ting, Danny Hare, Randy Hare, Herbie Haught, Mike Hro- madka, Robert Morris, Steve Prescott, Willie Scaife, David Sharer, Tim Taylor, Willie Taylor, Richard Tona, Randal Cooper, Keith Stewart, Mike Lambert, Nat Wannamaker, I.T. Mitchell, and Mike Soave. March 1 Big5Relay There March 7 Choctaw There March 11 Niceville There March 19 Mosley There March 27 Niceville There April 1 Niceville There April 9 County Meet There 158!Track and Field Events , MW sr-rwggf 191, ug, f .sg It Q, 1..:m:zr5mwlr4 X .D ., - I and ,,.. 1 ft..- P4 1 i A ,. Q. my ,J 5. 'fhnemf ' A fy H M-1 'rw ,A ,M I V - All . 14" "On your Markl, get Sell, Go!!!" Coach Holmes and Coach Iohnson spend many hours after school coaching and work- ing with the track team, Track and Field Events!159 Girls' With woman's increasing role in society today, the girls of Fort Walton High are becom- ing extremely active in sports. This year they participated in basketball, volleyball, softball, and track. Basketball A-Team members are: janet Enclade, Pam Iohn- son, Rhonda Iohnson, Mary Kelly, Phyllis Kelley, Donna Oler, and Robin Warren. B- Team members include: Terri Aragon, Ianice Barnes, Frances Broadnax, Marta Ianca, Wanda Kirk, Kathy Lehaye, Mary Manley. Ioyce Ponder, and Phyllis Setzer. Managers are Glenda Thomas and Melissa Ianca. Volleyball Team members are: Ianice Barnes, Frances Broad- nax, Madrene Bryant, Iessie Clanzy, Regina Grant, Phyllis Kelley, Wanda Kirk, Gail Law- rence, Kathy LeHaye, Arlene Maree, Susan Mclntosh, Sham Make Headway Donna Oler, Ioyce Ponder, Iudy Ranger, Katri Simmons, and Mary Wenzel. A softball and track team were also active in spring sports this year. Basketball: October 23 Choctaw Here 29 Laurel Hill There November 6 Crestview Here 13 Baker There 27 Niceville There December 6,7,8 Tournament Volleyball: March 5 Tournament Niceville 6 Tournament Niceville 7 Tournament Niceville Track: April 7 Meet Choctaw 160!Girls' Sports l it-rm ,,,,,,,..wm'l""""' X -sei' Igul it. I gut it, , . , I'm sorry!" Right on. right in!!!" Girls Sports!161 IF Swimming . . . Diving ln its second year, the Fort Walton Beach High School Swimming and Diving Team provides a different aspect of athletic competition. Team members for the 1973-74 school year are: Mona Ault- man, Randy Baughman, Iulie Beuerlein, Mike Borish, Pippa Corley, Ken Candeleria, Lila Cartlidge, Tulia Crassan, Iim Dumoulin, Iohn Dumoulin, Iohn Eppard, Tom Floyd, Cathy Fowler, Steve Fowler, Tim Hendrixson, Susan Mcln- tosh, Ann Lefebvre, Sharon Lefebvre, David Mittler, Ieff Reinlie, Mike Scrivner, Iohn Timmel, Barry Wade, and Ia- net Wilson. February 11 Milton Home 23 Woodham Sola March 8 Washington PIC 16 Choctaw Home 22 Escambia PIC 30 Championship PIC April 6 Tate Home May 4 DistrictMeetPIC Coach Beuerlein and Steve Richards discuss their schedule and uniforms for the first competition. Mike Borish and David Schwertner listen as Coach Lefebvre gives his instructions. Strenuous practice yields perfection. 162!Swimming and Diving f-if v. C 2 N-- L t .. ,ia , l , Y .,. I 4" if I A ,, L V """"""'---1 - f s, K . K h ,V V4 x up , S ,, ii: -r A ,..., li ,. I Q U 4: wg 1 1, 'Q 'V h 3-17 ' , g .42 V ..s'?. 'Wigs me-R. ,A . , N 3 N-,..WM Z ,L Mm fx 'w N. lxxw , ' 5. - ,J sux' -. sq. , A I 1' "" 151- -- ,.. 4 W . ,,-.-7,,r. N MAA I I ., I Q Q W I , ,I A J.pf,?:3 A: .nt I ' I M :K A fl-4-, walk . S , f '5 ' 5 -,.,, f 'L 2 Q 8 at L .km A , V , ug tw 1 Q I- . - , ,, ' ' - "W" Y 7' Y ' V ,. ' f. V ff. Af I -'Q . , Qf 4- X7 ' h ek Vs..--., A H ' ' ,Y "Hi k 7 ' -V J Q ,, Q.. iv A nn . fi Q' A fi .1-Q fi-+,NW M . X fS""t " ' fm W - "-- .5 ,,,, ,b qq ., -.-1-, - ' i m 1 -. 'wi' 4 J," Gay HF01"6.w Under the instruction of Mr. Lowery, the golf team com- peted with schools throughout the state. Team members include: Tom Brassell, Steve Davis, Mike Fowler, Dale Hammrick, Rus- sell Sexton and Creg Vesey. February 5 Choctaw Here 8 Choctaw Here 15 Niceville There 19 Choctaw Here 22 Mosley There 26 Mosley There March 5 Choctaw Here 8 Niceville There 12 Catholic There 15 Choactaw There 19 Niceville There 22 RutherfordThere 26 Milton There 29 Choctaw Here April 2 Milton There 5 Tournament Here 9 Niceville There 16 Milton There 19 Niceville There 25 Tournament There May 2 Tournament There 164!Golf f-gg tVn,, 4 7 ,, .1 2 Q 3 1 M lx A . an 9 . ., 4, 1 - gf! Tennis . A New Cmze The newest addition to the athletic program this year was the tennis team. Under the in- struction of Mr. Urquhart, coaching the boys, and Ms. Bi- llips coaching the girls, the team has participated in vari- ous competition. Team members include: Girls teamg Chris Cockerill, Diane Gibson, Amie Graham, Angie Hearl, Karlynn Komula, Dar- lene Lambert, Dina Pond and Iulie Ziki. Boys teamg Duane Clarke, Nate Ellis, Bob Em- monds, Bill Grigsby, Randy Holden, Doug Iones, Brett Latham, David Masemer, Kim Mirshak, Ioe Rodriquez and Randy Tinney. February 7 Niceville There 13 Niceville Here 15 RutherfordThere 18 Bay Here 19 Bay Here 20 Mosley There March 1 Niceville Here 4 Choctaw There 5 Tate Here 6 Mosley Here 8 Niceville There 11 Tate There 12 Mosley Here 14 Rutherford Here 18 Choctaw Here 19 Rutherford Here 20 Mosley There April 4 5 Playoffs There 6 "Kick the habit!" Tennisflt-35 MAST ' MAST ' MAST ' MAST MAST ' MAST ' MAST ' MAST ------ Class qf '74 Those diminishing last days- achievements, ambitions, and explorations-that belong to the 470 Senior classmates have created a bright strong sword, individualized by each. Incidents forming tomorrow's memories bring new responsi- bilities and a new awareness of the world around us. Tradi- tional daily routines are bro- ken by some as they leave campus at a given time to go to work or Okaloosa-Walton Iunior College. Extra time is filled with club and class ac- tivities for interested and john Ackerman Ioanne Adair Laurie Adams 5f?Dff A355313 s Theresa Allen . Ai" in Patricia Amell Sharilyn Ammons Debbie Ander Karen Anderson Tina Andrews David Atkins Wade Atwell Glenn Austin Virginia Ayers Kim Baisden 168 !Seniors motivated students. Signifi- cant decisions regarding col- leges and professions are made. Friendships formed through high school years make lifetime impressions and though many will fade into only memories, they will not be forgotten. Graduation on May 24 brings out mixed emo- tions as each senior realizes that high school days are over and it is now time to take re- spective stands in the world- all based on values, goals, and self-satisfaction. Down the many paths that the 1974 Se- niors follow, each learns that although instruction may end in the classroom, education will continue throughout life. v ti' . if I7 lax A . ,Et E 5. 'J . N . X KV' 'W- i J I ?"'s ,A-Q.. lf as dl N fi f Q , vi' 'ul ,iff 2 K X in f I 2. 535' and 4? Michael Ballmes Sydney Bullmes Iessic Banks Kimberly Barker Rhonda Barron Cindy Bzillles jackie Bzilzel Scott Beal Dale Berlsworth Chris Belken Michael Birch Barbara Bishop Kathy Black Iohn Blairzh Linda Bluc SCHlOI"3flflq Iannus Bly Luis Bodcn Miczhziol Borish Blender Bowman Miko Brunch Linda Brannon Karon Bmlltlfry Terri lirosulte French Brown Rory Dull: Brown Iumes Browning Izlnirzu Brnncliclgu Rickoy Bryant Brenda Bnuhnn 17ll!Scn1ors 4' N -.46 E an 4 ... 5... X Y 1 QT... if fir' W' 'U'?"'17 "Sr1mc2times I VVUIl1il?I' if 1'm reeallx :Hx mimf' Svniors are idmrntifiml by a Srnim I mi Diana Iiuczkles Davicl Burzkluy Mark Buchrig Sandy Hugg Burton Butlur Gina Butler Winona Butler Kully Butts Krith Caglr Kathvrimv Callah m Dvbra Calhoun Charlcuu Calvin Mark Cantrell Clay Carnathan Wanda Carson Sunlursfln f K' I ' Z Wzlmlai Cuiclry dsrnmnstraitits hor tulcwnt ln 7 d Cmnpainying thu stzigv lmml on pizinu. l :vu Clark tests his urtistir: tails nt David Buizkloy, Chico Kikur, and Eflnzi l'ill'lQt5I' unjuy clrumutic folly. CUl1t1t7llll'2lllUl'llSl!XlIllt7Il1l?lll tothirprvi't'rmii1 1.-flu fa-ft ga qs.. Cfhi'istophc21' Clamsiilu Frank lfzti'aix'ol0 Stevie Cliaissce Nzmuy Cliiclostui' Carol lflailmlpy Eluinr- Clltmtrm Katy Clltirk Slswvrrii lllnrk rwui1m:i:u Claw Bill tlmzhrzin Mary Clmzkiwill llunnti Cluczlwt Dclmlnirr Collins Iolm Combs H, L. I 172!Si:ni0rs Fix' ' 'OX ' QW X Qf,..,.wv 'UN V'-' . .V '-I fw- .gN,q -. t E. R ii? M .Nt . P u L .. I. if if 4 Q O 0 ' o C1 3 1 5 , 9 I' I Ry'- 'Siu-... Sv Kim' wr if Q- 1613, f Q '. 1"j1'- 'Q Q A -3- - Y"""' N A Sh N L., 0 rv, g JT, 98" Karon Cooner Randal Cooper Donald Copeland lim Criss Brenda Cyr Sarah Daniols Sharon Davis Stove Davis Wayno Door David Dzrmara David DoVaux Tommy Duwald Robert Dinwiddifw Marty Dismakcs Trrresa Dobson Soniors!173 Q Ann Douglas leanil: Drumhrrller Theresa Dulfuy Michael Dufrune Bryan Duloft Charles DUlUUllllI'l Charles Duval Adrienne Eaton Dallas Ebert Timothy Edgeworth Ioyce Elliol Randy Enzian ' ' ' ard Charles Euhanks Charles Evan 174!Seniers 74X Vimlig Mark Cantrell. it's not a clusrl. just a camera! l i sf I i f M F, MA l i 125 1 Barhara Tuna? What can we say?! Doug Cutting-rzaught ina niommrnl of rm'r'riv 'J L...- 8 i ,si 65 W in iii U - Q' 'fi' 'I' E im f ,.-..Y 'iii I X.- n. , nh A 4 if K WHY' 'ff Cf? +R,- Iana Everett Paula Eyrirxh Bsvlinda Ezcfll Clary Fagan Alonza Fcarson Iarnus Firth Dc-hra Fish Rolnvrl Fisher Ianius Filxgcwralci Mary Fitzpalrifzk Ianius Flcgming Torn Floyrl Rohurt Fnrtnuy David Fosslfrr Amos Fowler S0niors!175 fu A zi- J Eur 3 A rw Af' ha.. at Siephvri FUXN'iCI' Riczhiirml I-'risk Iuffrvi'y Fuller Kim Furih Kurt flzihriol Kirk Gairoiitte Donna Gates Laurin: fliithmzm Suzziiiriu llziver Cindy Gibbs Mzirk Uiglio 'iri flmiwiii VViirruii Gould Iuziiiiiiu Gray Pzitii flrziy 17G!Svr1iors ,-N... Y K K5 , eil., if 5121 Iawkir sa 1.5. 'QT"7' .f""'? 14 ,, ,,,. ,, .Wx ,,,.. , ,,,., ,. ,.,......,.M.,,- ..-1'-, ik ,N-0. Q I 2 6' Henrietta Kelly anti Diane rHllawek an?civouslX ' .A it f? Lisa Mr:Nuir is nioasilrmi by Mr. Reynolds tor proper sizes. and Terry Haefner takes S gown length-or was that width? turn. 41' 16 43" 'IL-'V WWA 1- .-J' Q ? F.-4 f 3 A ,,.' is f as ,A st mount thc. days until hricluation on M15 24 Even heads are measured and caps ordered in A r"i . , bz j i iff A is K h A Y P-rfggy fx s 4 it ,t t My Qt, if R Q My iff 'tj fr y A1 A .oc 'ik Mary Ann Grayson oanne Greer teven reer Iohn Griffus Susan Griggs larnes Crimmer Mike Grogg lorry Croover Wanda Guidry Vicki Cutshall Doug Cutting Larry Haas Terry Haefner Robert Hanshaw -f Debra Hanson Seniors!177 Iillvn Hiirritkz' Sherry Hiirp Rviwrxrgei Hiirpvi' Iiinvt Harringgtoii Tirri Haiwimi i'1'iin Hiitrzlimri' Rfiiimrrl Hawkins Kairvn lim-iilci Kirby' Ile-zirl 'I'iiizi Ilullon Diivirl Ilrviicicrisrvii 'Timothy llr'iidi'ixsoii Hob Iiiiris Kurvri Hi' Iliziiiu Hliiwvk 178!Sr'niors Y.- l 64 Q.. iv--f .atv ,M '-v ,Qui au 05 1? Q il A fmfspzm , . lol tho uir times roll." wnvfvs flow and thu good W Iain johnson-spiritod Viking Chourlrruclfzr. l f wi L.fQ wif ::,. 3111 if V 91-niorq 'show spirit vc'rlJ'illy 'ind in oslvrs m R ' A V A Q' ll' 7 i .Mfg rw ,A N' L. ...Q R B. fi! il R 'S' a 4 xg-0. 'ie iii Af? mg, . be 1, Becky Hohnadcrll Randy Holden Ricky Holmes Batty Howard Lisa Hownll Yvonni: Hoyor Mike Hromadkzi Cyndi Hudgens Robin Hudson Brad Irby Rhonda Irwin Marvin Iirnkins Sieve jenkins Debra lohnson Gail johnson Soniors!179 '74fF1fjencf5h5Z2 Clharlng cvvrycluy happenings is tha onlx mlm mont making lt worthwhile jun johnson Kcnncth johnson Mark johnson Rhonda johnson Shmrrry johnson William johnson Douglas jonos Koith jonos Mark jonos Martha onus Miczhaol jonus Raymond jonus Richard jonos Bc-rnnflotte jorclnn I I znnczla Kmrsoo 18ll!S1 nlors ffm' Q' K 1. K ff 4' s ' Q' ' n K . fi . Wa., ,kx, A G V , ,Jn ,,,. , Hur f V1 YE if I 1 ' S A truer friend is a friend forevvr . . Pa1u1Kuith E-SIll'il'Hil Kully Iv1zTZT7IR""" Paliti Km-lly Phyllih Kcellsvy :XdFll'l1I1l' Km-rstn-n Christwphvr' Ku.:-5' Vicki Killingsw411'th luhnny' King Shrlrry Klllg x X 'I'l1n1y.1 Kung IXLIIPVIK Kitlrvll Mark Kluwinwkx Bzrcgky' Krmnrzeil' Bucky Kl7IlIN'1xl'I' Svnlursfml '74!P!acemem' Sfniurs dismiss the cmirgy-drzninirig iiczhiuwz- mint lists .ind then rcturn to the auditorium to rcmtmuc to rzzipsiilizu their knowlmlgsw. SLI!-HID Iubergfr Dvimis I.ilfIti70I't Dtivid Lundeii Gary Lamden It-rornv Landry Brett Latham Doris Lmf Qnne Lzittjlxgr Rcgbert Luionard Kimberty""lITTx7x7ifs L00 Aim Lewis Leslie Lowis Lynda Lewis Dime: Lind Kay Little 1HZfQCl'1lOI'S i i Y 3 gtg, , L . tgwi , Q ' .irwffi 'V4wS5aa:,.t,.3ffLxx-.Mig rss, wg .lf ., 1 f Q .- - -1-..,,... -sf +4- Debra Livingston lame:-1 Livingston Theresa Lovito Laurie L nn MMF MacGillivray Kun Malay Elizabeth Malik Buddy Marlcr Elizaliuth Marshall Williaim Masclfrn Davy Masemcrr Mark Maskc james Mallettc Catherine Manley Glenda Marlur S0niorQ!183 4 WW ' " 'Civ Pemomzlilief MOST FRIENDLY Ken Furth and Marsha Rogvrs 7"""' MOST WITTY M Tim Hendrixson und Tricia Stevens mf? I MOST ATHLETIC Ronnie Encladc and janet Encladu MOST SHY Frank Ccravello and Paula Eyrich Seniors!185 Pmomzlilief MOST SPIRITED Sum Peck and Neecy Clay MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dana Matthews and Mary Corrkszrill W ,an 186!Suniors N ii KT -,,.i L-gi MOST 'I'AI,ENTI'IIJ Mike Birrzh and W'a1nda Cluimiry Seniors!187 '74f Assemblies Bill Barrett, who have you got your uyns 0n?! Senior Assemblies featured skits-among them, "The Goldun Rule Days." Shelia Marlnr Eugene Matter Dana Matthews Ioyce McCart Deborah MCClannan Ar.-. Q36 N4 .1 mm N Wa XX' Steve McCollough David McCormack 1 Randy McDani0lS 3 Maxine McFarling Karen McGut'fcy i x ,gm ix N A - Edward Mcllattie - y I i Lorie Mclntosh Q, - K - N Hays McKay yi mftjk - Marty McLs:an - ll, N Lisa McNair f i gf 188!Snni0rs '35 fx 92:-5. X WS: W 'ftwwgbtgif X ,T - i hifi! C'i"'9T nw-..-J ,H .Q-o-an i'i if-455: 1. ' i . att, . ,, A, Ji. . y titt D D taitist 3 m 'xx -B Tw X A 1 , f . M . .sniff Q ' , ESX "Sv K stir 1. 'T A 5 f ' .. My Adrionnc-l:1aton. worn things thot confusing in tho first grads? N V N Marty Mcdlin ' Sharon Merrill Ioseph Michael Robert Mikel Kim Mirshak 1 X 4 ,, ,, if' David Mittler Izinet Montrose Debbie Moody MM Iulie Moss Greg Mulhern .dl , X David Murphy john Novill Gregory Newby Stephen Newell Wanda Norton Seniors!189 'R .""x 'ix 5-YQ' 'xg 4 ' M 1 , :A '74f Wheelf Bike l incl Cal islI'oph0'!'! 1 .Z .... i...lslsg,clm1tol 1- 1 .Q Iames Norvell Inannie Oliver Gina Orlando Sherry Osburn Rieko Oshiro Richard Oylor Edna Parker Lisa Partin Anne Partridge Peblcy Pearce: Sandy Pedon Sam Peek Iames Pender William Pcnninger Druama Perkins 190!SPn10rs if ,,.: n.- .4 'Tw ,Us ii! Q-S 5' it LA -5-..-, . X ut X1 .., 1 . -N, -r,, ww tt? , l , t 3 ,- We 1::ix'l?1g,x , t L Rs'-6' Steve Phillips Margaret Porter Charles Potts lack Presson Scott Prestwood Nola Prevett Charlie Quattlebaum M,3fY.QI1!?i lfrenda Randolph Roger Ratcliff Timothy Rhinehart Rosemarie Roberson Barbara Robinson Mona Robinson Robin Robinson WE Seniors!191 l74!Lei5u1fe Rufus Robinson Teresa Robinson Sharona Rodgers Iudy Rogers Kimberly Rogers Marsha Rogers Robert Roland Stephanie Rolinson Karla Rosen Brian Rosler Debbie Rossi Ernestine Rouse Lorella Rowell Ricky Rudolph Susan Sanders 192131 niors 'Z-'X i'Well, 'ah could a'ways ask the fillies to th' sociable!" Arm in arm , , . incognito? sl I . . . Iammin' in the commons. They say it relieves the pain! X, 5 1 -fi we-4-vi ae-'V A it e E -Q? my ft? as fx K "l 'i R Qyi' X 5 ix .Aq- L er-- Xi Linda Sanders Patti Scandone Charlene Schaefer Gary Schmidt Loretta Scroggins Mark Sheppard Yvette Shippce Tom Sibert Cheryl Sibley Alice Simmons Mary Sims Pete Sintes Betty Sizemore Blanche Skillman Reginald Skillman Seni0rs!193 Randy Smith Rocky Smith Michelle Soave Dwayne Sparks Melissa Stafford Mike Staggs Debra Stephens Timothy Stephens Sheila Stepp Tricia Stevens David Stevenson Paul Stoll William Stone Cindy Stripling Nancy Stupar 194!Seniors pl ,525 5 ' .kj Q in . first day of school . . . . .senior hlahs .pu-As V, CV ,,....H.. ,...-nj -Qua- Aw nr-""1W graduation. . . ,assi i K . road to life . x gr-, 'B -K pl. .- if Q I L W C' "' 'YS L., as xr A Ruth Sturge-on Marvin Sullivan Marilyn Tatham Tom Tedder Iohn Thomas Iohn Timmel Rene Tingley Keith Tomlian Barbara Tuna Linda Townsend Dirk Tudor Brenda Tubbs Stephen Turner Christine Valentine Craig Vickers Seniors!195 Xu. XX A . '74fEmi qf an Em Graduation Cxcrcises . . . smilos . . . tears . . . anticipation of a lifotimn ahead-to livc and to sharc. ' "" ' " M" ""' ' " Q.. V -f""'-'WW 1 4 Stove Victory Kathy Waitcs Ionnifor Walker Karen Watkins Icffrcy Watson Kathy Weaver Linmla Webb Paul Webb Ronald Webb Tamara Karon Wcst Anthony Whitley Ron Wiginton Russell Wilbanks Hcathur Willard 1QG!Suniors 19' Q Q ' ihs-Q-s.g'Q, WTA" 5. .- 5 J... U , 9 0 sf'i,fti H Q 4 1' o Q 'ev mfr, t ti ts ., W t ' of ,, K. A N. fp tt r r , V ,ff , N - , 2351172215 it i 5 1 ., v ow. - , . Q K QW 'UQ "3.."st MMM I Mr' is , 3 ' Kim York Dan Young Rusty Zehnder Iain Williams Darrell Willis Donna Willis Alan Winslotiu Deborah Winslow Minnie VVomaic:k Reita Wood Iennifer Wright Susan Wright Thomas Wrigney Soniors!197 174K S14 Beazzztief 'A' o .1 I V. fp .Q Yi f 7 'J Ks if W x K fffffg 198!Suniurs ,561 4 1' fx X 5 5' ' H, Y iff , , W Qvvaw ' 'wxyw' . ,i Ant 1 J fix. N .Y -,if If KW s 0" X .V gpg .. , fx"'1Mii,,H L' Q k , 1 ,suffix f? Qs . 3' H 9 0 . if N. A , Q x 5, Q , A , A f CYWL: ,ff .- , E si .. ,P g X . 4' Y A A 'ai 'H 1 E ggi 4 5 3 .N Qi Mr JB .. Q! Mm FWBHS The 1973-74 Miss Fort Walton Beach High School Pageant was held on Ianuary 17 after several weeks of hard work by the fourteen contestants and the sponsoring Iunior Class. The "Winter Wonderland" featured talents, modeling of sportswear and formals, and a barnyard dance in which all the girls participated. Each girl was also interviewed by the judges. After the final points were tallied, Miss Deb- bie Collins was crowned Miss Fort Walton Beach High School. Cheryl Smith was chosen as Miss Congeniality and first runner-up. Second runner-up was Charlene Roberson. Wanda Carson pauses to model her evening gown. Debbie Collins-reigning Miss Fort Walton Beach High School. Everyone has fun at a hoedown! 200! Pageant U I Mary Wenzel performs a dance routine. Diane Gibson radiates poise and personality. Contestants: Lisa McNair, Wanda Carson, Debbie Collins, Linda Eppard, jenny Walker, Mary Wenzel, Cindy Stripling, Diane Gibson, Cheryl Smith, Laurie Lynn, Susie Smith, Brenda Cyr, Ioyce Taormina, and'Mary Cockerill. Pageant!201 1974 junior Min Un December 14, Rosemarie Roberson was chosen over 22 girls from both Fort Walton and Choctawhatchee High Schools as the 1974 Iunior Miss. The judging was based on the judges interview, poise and appearance in evening gown, grade point average, physical fitness, and talent. First runner-up was Mitzi Prince from Choctawhatchee and second runner-up was Dana Lind from Fort Walton. 202!Iunior Miss Pagea nl ,Aug M 71 and Min Senior x or! 203 SENIOR DIRECTORY Drill Team 1: Anchor 13 Ackgrmgn, Iohn Football Team 118, 168 male Adair, Io Ann FBLA Chap. 33 ICC 3 FBLA 168, 92 Adams, Laurie French Honor So- ciety 2, fPres.l 33 FYEA 2 114, 115, 168, 80 V Adkins, David A Agerton, Anne 168 Allen, Theresa Concert Chorus 111, 168 Amell, Patricia FTA 13 S Theta 2 111, 170 Broadnax, Debra Brown, French Key Club 1, fPres.J 2,3, Student Council fRep.j 2,33 Youth in Gov. 3 98, 115, 121, 170 Brown, Rory Dale 112, 170 Browning, Iames 109, 170 Brundidge, Ianice ROTC 1,2,3Q ROTC Girls Softball 1,21 FHA 13 DECA 3 113, 170 Honor Society 1,2,33 Student Coun- pill? cil fDist. Sec.j 3 168 Anda, Debra Trans. 4-H Club 13 Pep Club Girl 1, lLt.j 2: FT Anderson, K Keyettes 1, 2,33 Student Beauty 3, 116, 121, 168 Andrews, Council Richard USA 13 Student tRep.j 13 All-County Band 13 Band 1,2,33 Symphonic 1 2,33 Rifle Line fCapt.j 3: Band Yearbook Staff 3 120, 170 Brenda Beta Club 13 lSec.J Wheelettes 1,2,33 USA 13 fV.P.,Q Who's Who 23 Society 2, fTreas.J 33 Dolls Z3 ICC ,81 Club 1,2,33 Beta ck Team 1,2,33 Archer Atkins, Austin, BI' 204!Senior Directory C Ter- fRe .J 33 1,2,33 Sym- Band 1,2,33 1, U-iisty Staff YOllih KA , 0 fn gt L Band 1,2g 'f 4 ,i, 4, og G , 2,31 1 35111, 1 a t L Wk utar gp ,F . -f,. . Q 1 5 L ,:::, 1 11 1 W---"2 1 ' My .vif ' 4 ..,., 35 L,,33 ,,:fA,,ii1. , .gif Vi 1 Q. ,-fft fill tl' , T513 ' V ".., ,ef .gi -2214 LL J 1 l Q a dv gh 1:' frgy ,, V1 2 i l , , hkl: , Q 0. g zil AK V Qs 4 A f,i:. V1 5 Ea 2, 5 2551A Q 'V , , Q 'N1i w f I 118, 191, 78 Prestwood, Scott 191 Prevett, Nola 191 Purdy, james Quattlebaum, Charlie 191 Raines, Kathy French Honor Society 2 191 Randolph, Brenda FBLA 3 Ratcliffe, Roger Football Team 1,2,33 Letterman's Club 2,33 BFC Lineman 3 88,124,141,117,276 Reisinger, Mary Rhinehart, Tim Surfing Club 3 120,191 Ridge, Charles Football Team 13 Per- fect Attendance 1,2 Rigney, Thomas Trans.-Lakenheath, Eng. Track Team 13 Football Team 13 Soccer Team 13 BWR Club 1 Roberson, Rosemarie Skydettes, 1,23 Thespians 13 French Honor 13 Beta Club 1,2, fPres.j 33 Concert Chorus 1, tPres.j 23 Voices of Valhalla 1,2,33 Student Council Rep. 1,23 10 Most Spirited Vikings 13 ICC fSec.j 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 2,33 All State Chorus 23 Girl's All State Leadership Award 23 Class Rep. 33 Viking Hall of Fame3 Senior Beauty3 Merit's Who's Who 33 Outstanding Teenagers of America 33 DAR Good Citizenship Award 33 FWB jr. Miss 33 Freyja 33 Miss DAV for FWB 33 Valhalla Staff 33 Salutatorian 29,110,115,117,120,191,202,249 198,279 Robinson, Ramona 191 Robinson, Robin Wheelettes 3 191 Robinson, Rufus 192 Robinson, Teresa 192 Rodgers, Sharona Basketball 13 Soft- ball 13 Newspaper Staff 3 118,192 Rodriquez, David Rogers, judy Keyettes 3 113,116,192 Rogers, Kim Skyettes 1,2,33 Student Council fRep.j 13 fParls-Hist.j 23 jCL 1,22 Class tRep.j 2, fParl.j 33 Leo Club 3 Rogers, Marsha Cheerleader 1,2 fCo- Capt.j 33 Miracle Strip Bowl Queen 13 2nd Runner-up Miss FWBHS3 Class Favorite 13 Wheelettes 2,32 Let- terman's Club 2,33 Senior Beauty3 Senior Personality tFriendliestj 88,117,121,141,184,192,198 Roland, Charles Rolison, Stephanie 192 Rose, Deborah 113 A Rosler, Brian Thespians 2,33 Beta Club 3 91,110,120,192 Ross, Micheal Band 1,23 Basketball Team 2,3 144 Rowell, Loretta Skydettes tTreas.j 13 Keyettes 1,2,33 FBLA tTreas.j 3 113,116,192,92 Rouse, Ernestine 181, 192 Rudinsky, john Rudolph, Ricky 192 Sadler, David Sanders, Susan Carol 192 Sanders, Linda Throfins Thespians 2,3: Spanish Honor 2,3 120,193 Scandone, Patricia Skydettes 1, tSec.j 2, fV,P.j 33 FBLA 3 113,192 Schaefer, Charlene Trans. from Al- exandria, Va. FBLA 3 113,193 Schmidt, Gary 193 Schrivner, Michael 162 Scroggins, Loretta 193 Scudder, Byron Chess Club 2 30 Sheppard, Mark 193 Shippee, Yvette German Honor 2, tSec.j 3 114,110,117,193,81 Sibley, Cheryl 193 Sibert, Thomas Homeroom Rep. 1,23 Senior Class Pres. 33 Youth in Gov- ernment 33 Northwind Editor 33 In- spectare 33 Who's Who 2, Thespians 3 78,25,53,118,121,168,169,180,193 Simmons, Melinda Sims, Mary Teresa Orchestra 1,2,3 193 Singletary, james Sintes, Peter john V.P. Surfing Club 3 120,193 Sizemore, Betty jo 193 Skelly, Michael Skillman, Blanche 193 Skillman, Reggie j.V. Football 13 Varsity Football 2 193 Smith, Gregory Keith Band 1,2,3 109 Smith, Gregory Wayne Smith, Randall 113, 193 Soave, Michelle 121, 144, 258 Souto, Carlos Sparks, Dwayne 194 Spayde, Steven 193 Stafford, Melissa 194 Staggs, Michael 194 Stanford, Margo Stephens, Debra 121, 194 Stephens, Timothy 194 Stepp, Sheila 111, 11, 194 Stevens, Patricia Wheelettes 1,2,33 Soph. of Month3 Lettermens Club 2,31 Youth in Gov. 2,32 French Honor 2,33 Who's Who 2,33 Varsity Cheer- leader 2,33 Student Council 33 Sr. Personality tWittiestj3 Homecoming Queen 3 22,23,24,25,72,89,114,117,80,8Z 121,137,141,184,194,239,248,199 Stevenson, David 194 Stoll, Paul Key Club 2,33 Thespians 23 Football 33 Youth in Gov. 3 194 Stone, Bill Track 13 Key Club 1,2,33 Youth in Gov. 23 Football 3 98,115,117,121,124,144 Stripling, Cynthia 113, 117, 141, 194, 201,155 Stupar, Nancy Nike Club 2 194 Sturgeon, Ruth Concert Chorus 2,33 Girls Chorus 2 111,195 Stubbs, Brenda Choral 2,33 Girls Chorus 2 Sullivan, Marvin Band 13 j.V. Foot- ball 13 ROTC 13 Drill Team 13 Foot- ball 23 Wrestling 23 Track 2 194 Tatham, Marilyn 111, 195, 93 Tatum, james Tedder, Tom Thespians 13 ROTC Rifle Team 13 ROTC Drill Team 13 Science Honor 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 ICC 3 118,195 Thigpen, David Thomas, john 195 Timmel, john Thespians 2,33 Swim- ming 81 Diving Team fSec.-Treas.j 91,120,162,195 Tingley, Rene Keyettes 2,3 116,195 Tomlain, Keith 195 Tona, Barbara YIGHS 1,23 Nike Club 23 Valhalla Staff 2,33 Miss jr. Spiritg Quill 8: Scroll 33 Keyettes 33 Student Council Rep. 33 Class Sec.- Treas. 33 ROTC Sweetheart 3 54,116,120,169,174,195,266,273 Townsend, Linda 113, 195 Tubbs, Brenda 195 Tubbs, Wanda Library Club 1,2,3Q FHA 13 QV. Pres.j 2,33 Northwind Staff 2,33 Beta Club 2,33 Who's Who 2 Tudor, Dirk Marching Band 1,2,33 Senior Directory!209 Hi .. , fm.. . ,f-5 xy.. W - .HL Q. WW w P w 1 i U9 hi. ij- -E 14? Nfl H llg:mMXE M l ll Nll!!lnn rwL gg: .wa 3 , " , 5 51 I 4. is vi ,li 95,11 ,Q , if ' ff f 5-,Ni lil-9 Zvi! B V93 rf- Aw' if ' t' 6 W-' G' if ll MM,J Lay! Fond Memoriey . K ,g A 1 AF? Q hx 1 .tu .mf 'k his Z 3511A 13-x L M fQ4mQ ,2!ifffvje1,,, K , M gwfif As Senior Dircci0ry!211 Chas Q5 '75 The Class of '75, consisting of 612 students, is unique be- cause it is the only class that has been part of FWBHS since the seventh grade. Not yet aware of what the future holds, the Iunior year is a time for greater acknowledgment of ideas to be experienced and perfected. This progression is brought out in studies, in in- volvement, and in friendships. Iuniors spend extra hours in- volved with people or activi- ties. Advancement comes through what is done today and is the basis for tomorrow. Iunior Class officers, Kathy Thompson, Secre- tary-Treasurer: Bill Walters, Vice-President: and Sandra Hays. President, take some time out of their busy schedules for due recognition. QI Charlene Abbenante ' Margaret Ackley 5, .Q Mike Alamo Gene Alden "Q ,W -- Ragan Alford V Rhonda Alford V ' J' X as 1 f,, xkijy .1 Tommy Allenbrand he ' 3.5, Karen Amell . A 'V V Mike Ammens A v -" Robin Ammons V -- LV T gf, Lynda Anderson " ' Randy Anderson it 11, A I ' Y V i X if I "H N., I if I X 4 , A at h l i i L'-A ij' 1 1- r VV 1 . t1ttt'li5zi,A'Qfl V ,f , rod T Margaret Archer , , if 51 Emma Ashley 46 " .- nv' james Ashmore V Y. V, 1 V Steve Ashmore B A 'Q VV, H Larry Ayers t , V z V 7 V V, Charles Bailey ,557 V ' L I ftvi W fl 2 ' ' A y ' it V V. ri . T T f ff we 7f fi is 'W f 1 A L Q tlignmigi a re-irS'if,',t.t r Ann Baker il I 5 ' Stan Banachowicz V . E , - Af' Christine Banks ' 6 A' ' If 'fig ' A f ' V . Iv., 'B V Thomas Bannerman f,,V 411, VV ' " ,,'V . ' . 7 ,, 'A , V V 1, Bill Barber . , A V ' -W 'A 'W it W I Marc Barbour I C, A' 1 ,,,,s W , Q 3 Ztilfluniors an Br in ll ivy -l g - ' ,, .1 Ln vf S? ' , f '-fa C. Y'f"' , l - - . 5 at -W'f' fl- f - I X ' V w. '5 1.44 wk--f an C i B if ll 1, ' f .,., , B f 'B if f fat if B t y . 'Z' wigs' no 1 ,C .N 51 l , - ji B - I X P f - As' time if " ,, W ' 'BFI' . WP' J X 5 A " - -.-Q. ,::+q:,, X . , ,p - , li' 4, X CN 'Y Y git gr 31 ,R Sy- 5 L' . 1 i A nk x X t K' f 4 W , I2 '. . A C C , C , Q 2 t -F-W , X -B n . f . 3. -I , f A-WA!! K M 5 1 ,if i an F 1, 'M 16' t 1 L, ,git Y 'QE f '- i Q ww "' t,a if 'Wi - ll f jg B if ff A a W- 9 +4 if I. 2 1 It tc Mitmzh Barcfiold Richard Barker Rohhio Barnett Mark Barrett Stophanic Basta john Batos lim Battles Randy Baughman Linda Bauman Carol Bogylig Iulio Boaty Davicl Book Angie Bodsolo Duhhio Bczncfield jaokit: Best Miko Bivons Sharon Bizzcll Carrio Blaioh Eva Boookholdt Laura Bos Mary Ann Bragg Bonnie Brand Bill Brannon Ioyco Brantley Stovo Brassoll Tom Brassell Dohhic Brown Tim Brown Dohhio Browning Clay Brunson Horacio Bryant Madrono Bryant Marsha Bryant Marshall Bryant Tim Bryant Tony Buckles Kathy Buohrig Dohhio Burkes Marlon Burnatte Brit: Burton Kathy Browning Donald Broxson Richard Cahela Charles Cahill Stovo Cahoon Anthony Calfoe Cincli Campbell Larry Campbell lunioisfzti Quincy Campbell Deborah Carden Keith Carman BQbby..Cax:m-iehael Lisa Carmichael Steve Carpenter Warren Carpenter M. C. Carter Zina Cassulo Angela Ceravolo Ierre Ceravolo Iohnne Ceravolo Iames Chaney David Chastain Keith Chauvin Fred Cheney Karen Chesser Mike Churillo Duane Clark Marnice Clark Malinda Clouston julie Cocherell Eddie Cochran Chris Coekerill Linda Coffman Barry Cohen Kandy Cole Barbra C,0llett Butch Condon David Conrad! Fredia Copeland Lula Copeland Pippa Corley Malania Cothran Wayne Coulter Mike Coup Billy Courtney Debbie Craig Lisette Crandall Debbie Crawford Nick Crawford Susan Crawford Terry Cripps Scott Crosby Iohn Cross Debbie-,Cnomuier Stanley Crowder Walter Crumpler 'H luniors Q Y K .. t .X 'Z' X v W lm K S. .x W. fx 1 j , '- r '5 ,ff X Y' " 3- t S2 rg, Q, 'K' Q f ' . -- C ' A5 -as ' e af , fl , retr +41 , S 4 i . f " , if: gf" " A . 2 4 ' D542 ' Q 2 hr' '15 gina- ,f Q ' S e-aff: f V' f "e- M, ,1 ' fsf- -'--gi ff " K' ' a ,. . , ' ff 4 Q. V e if '75 fflyfemblief "Kim Duncan, we know you're not as in nocent as you look!!!" Sandra Hays, enthusiastic about Iunior maga zine sales, encourages participation. K -w- 'il i f 1 r I . vita -Y .K , :" 'y . ll -1. Pj, A' ' K It ,D wazysfqg A f , cb"'.iSl3',53E1"'.Zf? z I . gilaragytzfyrz 1: , z gf' r P . .VF Wir r 1 vNff'R3R V, ax Q 4' ' D ,il 4 , Y fu ' ,wt F 4 Y 4?':.,w ,J V, 'F my f to, it wi. . it Y . 'f P ,T "fi go fm Davitl Curtiss Ieannio Custis Debbie Cyr Chris Dahnko Iohn Dalton Gent: Darnell Patricia, aonport Dennis Mavis W Frank Davis Gary Davis Robert Day Tanya Day Nancy Deaton Listrltz: Dockort Nina Destin Susan Dostin Doug Dickerson Kathy Dimmirzk Rodney Dismukuts Milnur Dixon Doug Dodgo Bob Doran Steyn Dowling Charles Drill Iuniors!215 '75fSlDi1fiZ Vikings come in all shapes and sizes. Right, Becky Melrogen?! Spirited juniors clap to thc beat of "Hi:y. Big Spenderf' gr fy, 'iii if as Shaun Driscoll f 1 af' f ' Iohn Dumoulin i ,158 r ,,, i L. :VV xx, N K Kim Duncan W 1 , Q Peggy Duncan Q' , f Qi ax-Q E wi' V' Kim Earnhardt fCoxl 1,529 ' Henry Edwards W X i , b fi ., G: ' 31,9 ' ,ff fs .4 , l ' fri, f f? i if Alszx Efre-Purirz Wright Elvis Karon Emluy Roy Emluy Bob Emmonds Iuhn Epparcl 40- Martin Erharl V Brian Eubanks Frank Furla nd Eric Fearson fi A Susan Ferguson Dun Fitzgerald if if if is Crisiall Flanary Bonniu Flanningan Kun Fleming Suu Fleming fv- W arf 1 1 I am i X 4 Dv Tirrcsa Flinn Donna Flippo Zliifluniors 445 L if x ..: A. -. A W x 1 1 A X 'ifgili 0 i lriii if is F iii, ,,1,Q y 1 y I an ,J S ti x 1: h ,gait . 3 Lgfv ff y ' 1- :xx " N . vm 1 '- 1 ,R IE . V I Lf ll X ' 5 mmb 1-. D' m,klk in i il . ' ti X, X L'-0, 1 . R . ' 1' 1 V' g 4 L ew '. gi HS- I' in E if 5 . if t - H 1 -, 'l-rf, 1' fx ,. X Wg: r R? 5 'I is . C:-'rv .fi f ws. A 1 iv- g i 'FFF ' f K A i i ,K Y K v 4. -re -an .. 1, Wg, gy 4. - if? 2 P '25 Q it ,U V' . 'S 2 in 5 V gi? , t 1 rv f if' ff' lv J x Q. if K in 1 x ,t rii it , 4' K Darlenir Floyd Rhonda Forsyth Kay Fortunir Wayne Fosslor Miko Fowlirr Roger Frazier Mona Freeman Tony Freeman Uolihio Fridull Danny Fuller Miko Garcia VVilliam Garner III Eddie Gart man David Gay Barbara Girnzlor Suaan Gihh Dianne Gibson Ilavid Gilluspiv William Gilliand Steve Glossop Ruby Goss Tammy Graves Isabelle Gray Anthony Gray loyizi' Grown Kuvin Griggs Bill Grigshy Edward Groos Ilynn Grovus " Tommy Groves Rouky Guess Miko Guruuy Annie Hague! Sampir llall Lynncttu Hallcywo Mike Hammett Bohliy Hamrirzk Dale Hamriczk Tim Hanna Pam Hanson Scott Hardin Randy Hare Loo Harris Mitzi Harrison Leslie Harwell Hirrhic Haught Brutini Haughton David Hawkins Iuniors!217 Lyle Hawkins Sandra Hays Maltizo Head Mike Helton Sandy Henderson jon Henson Marcy Henson Cheryl Hester Steve Hicks Ron Hixon Cary Hodges Theresa Holloway james Holmes Billy Holt Ken Holt Sherry Holt Terry Holt Rink Hord Pat Hose Cindy Hoven George Hromadka Dawn Hudson jerry Hudson Simpson Hughes Brenda Hutchinson Andrea jackson Marilyn james Dave janea Brian jenkins Tami jenkins Edith johansen Craig johnson Pamelia johnson "Ricky johnson john johnston Barrie jones Chris jones janet jones Serena jones Steve jones Terry jones Patti jordan Guy Keller Maureen Kelley Cindy Kelly Paula Kelly Shirley Kerr jim Killingsworth 218!juniors ,sw as ' B .' . A ,Tw X Q Et. .r x sag 'Is 4' ls- if ,,.- -if ws aff' .j If if S . 'hz 2 it me 'ff jj. QV' X S s X 3' Q--'. . .. f 7 I . Q , W..d, 5 if Y p, 5' ' 1 t. 54- fig-5 1 1 , get , dt! y ,f .1, tt t Q t ,Q in - ,arf if 4, Q , n v I 3-A vit I L. 3 , 1-pt... Ni -'as B if we 5 if fn 19' W Q 1 X E ,QC We its I s f if vw ,ti t he nl -. K Q t . , 7 of ,j - ' 1 S V N Q Q we ,wr 1 , H .. odso H in M21 ' i if lt Z.. 5-gpg ,1 gh .ff M--F-,,..M if S on L Q I .r ' X , I' fyf ft- : ...XXX ! t I .Ula 6 4 ox, A , ,, My ,, we , ,.W, L, '75 X Homecoming Only five minutes left before the start of the Homecoming week activities proved to be ex Homecoming Parade and Cheryl Schile takes hausting and Mike Coup was one of many her time! found catching a few winks. l Y B55 F X by -r"-v ,f 1 -. 4-4 - ,W" K ft. v, 'S 'Q L ' 1 N,X X N. I f 1 , fp wit l MTE? 'fa Mfg Vg., ii tw ,553 ,,, I ,f,f R '. V, W .Q i it 4-..l' A 141 ,Q v. 3 , . . , gg A ' . ,fer , . ,'i' ggi, W 6 "' . v J .Ji i y ,X ,pv, O' 1 N ' Sharon King Patricia Kittrell Don Kjos Keith Kline Bill Knox Neal Konneker Linda Koski Susan Kotlewski David Krebs Mike Kreckmeyer Bill Labergc Bill Lace Mark LaHaye Sharon Lane Steve Lane Cindy Langford Cindy Langford Carrie Langley Ioan Larouche Bennie Larson Ian Latshaw Pam Laws Robert Lawrence Guy LeBlanc lun iors!219 '75 X Clays Rings Forget it, unless you're wearing a Viking class ring!! Iohnne Ceravolo displays pride for her very own class ring. Iohn Lee Roy Lee A - ""'-- '11 gg ' vl' 5 , Tom Leeehin Ianet Leggett L - 1. S Sandra Lehtold Barbara Lemarehand . ' 'f ,Sl "K - - , ., sg. QW flf- 5 t i sg C 'B V N. its Y . vs lf R,H if 5- if Beth Lemen fe Don Lemen 0 P R" 5 li Patricia Levoy Z - A Denise Lezu Z Iohn Licht P . , Kathy Levitt . ' ' i 'X W 1: or "' .' f E Lisa Liggett Iody Linnell Ralph Livingston Yvonne Livingston Tina Loggins Rodney Longeneeker e fv- 193 Kim Longo X , Nina Lowe ig, 5, fv g Elaine Lowry M, I A , K ,' 1 Sharon Lowry f ' Q 1 ' , ix , Toby Mahan . y z N if ' Q F Mary Maher ' 4. , 1 . - . 0 1' . ,si , . ' ' N .-'i , 'ffiiig' L, .Zilla ff? K' 1555? 220!Iuniors fag s ,M ,,,,. . fr 'Sr Q s J fi . I , A ij ff . W . ,if v A -'Qi ik- 1 L fl -f . , .. . . , A, 1 ,4- 4 V v yi f fli 1 f fgf Q 'Sl 8 il U- E 4? S " ' ' is or 351 + -- i""vl f V L' i 'f 6 ' -- S X , ' it 1 'dk A . u -li , Ml if C- Y V' K ' . ,nh C -SQ 7 4 if 5 3 S in-rf it "gi fx t , C v x wif H74 'T' 2 i i' ' if 'VS gras If f 4? 'if' '19, X X X ' fm 6, , is ' fig? f "" S ' , Pam Malpass Dana Mangrum Eamonn Manley Tom Manning Arlene Maree Roy Marion Cyron Marler Mary Iaync Marler Steve Marquis Frank Masar Lori Maske Keith Matthews Chnrie Matthews Tim Matz Althea McAllister Donald McBride C. McAllister Kaysie McCann Mike Mt:Cardie Eileen Meflarthy Chris McCartney Ierry MeClean Michele MCCrae Drayton McDaniel Susie Mc:David Steve MeFarland Ronnie McGill Hob Melntyre Suzanne McKihlJon Lisa Mr:Lendon Rick MeNutty Ross MeSwain Anthony MCVay William Mead Donna Meant Tim Medley Susan Meier Mark Merriam Becky Metrogen Cindy Mikel Debby Miles Paula Miller Hill Millner Theresa Millnei' Tim Mills Linda Mims Pat Mingle Charlotte Mingledorff luniorsfzzl I. T. Mitehell Sherrie Moe Harold Montecehie Scott Montrose Mike Mooneyham Debbie Moreland Brenda Morgan Robert Morris Pam Morrison Tim Mosley Carter Moxley David Mozingo Carla Myers Sam Neal Cindy Negley Fred Nelson Warren Nelson Marcia Norton Rhonda Oates Gary Okonczak Donna Oler Cheryl Olin Tommy Owens David Oyler Alfred Page Grady Page Iames Pape Ieff Parker Susan Parker Scott Partlow Sam Pate Io-Ellen Patt Robert Penland Tanyia Perkins Kerry Peterson Ron Pettis Vera Philpot Gary Piper Chuck Pippin Derma Pond loyce Pondor Donna Poston Buddy Poulsen Marilyn Pritchett Frances Pursley Luanne Purvis Bobbie Pyron Robert Raines 2z2!Iuniors , 1 fs ffl' ig--S +8 at-'Sf 1Q"H"'i " at KQML' 1 . L L i i ' A l l I ii iv ll Q PM 1 P 959 Eff at Sott on K i F '-A K 'Q' '-4 WR . D fm P S K.- 1 S P y L .f F Ely 11" kkkgk .Q .X ' X P, P lt N Q S ,, t ii if i P I ii I 'i My "ill r Y S I ,Hy . gow, K' gk .K . V 1' -- r 5 3 A fs ', 4 4 'fl A . a ff 9f:::1 ' 4 ' .lt f:.:i1:'ff!:5i.',1i '," fvfi ' XP' Q f Q.. ' i ,Q 1. F. , t'1t HL yy ' 1 ff Pi!! NX? fix x S fi 5. S, 'Q-1 I LL ., I . - Sv- 'Q' 7 it if R fi ,,f. J, 'Us fs. rv vs if . rl K fi s it ns, in A v- J , I X N 1 i ' ' 4 T ',,, X I I 5 X' ,,, 5 r , 'ti ltr' .Q 1314! vi- 4 X Q Qt '75 f Paz rfiqbalion Iuniors make plans for participation is the USO Beach Clean-up on September 29. -5 , Q I if' 'N Cindy Reed Pattie Rakestraw ,J ' Ricky Reid Teresa Rexford ,, s Bill Richards V 4 Cheryl Rigney ,,j4 I 1 I, , N Kenneth Riley Carol Roach - Charlene Roberson Mike Robertson Sahrina Rohertson f Dehhie Rodrigues 19 Us A R Kevin Rogers ' Steve Rogers A Q fl, Pam Rushing ' V M-ary Seailii.. 'J ,f ' Patricia Seaitr' 1 Craig Sehaefer Tommy Seharer Cheryl Sehile Edward Schmidt David Sehwertner Meri Seott Melissa Scroggins luni0rs!223 vjfmzffbzfyf Marshall Bryant flashes his pearly whites and exclaims. "Look. Mom. no eavitiesf' Creative writing students . . . create! ,ff Russell Sexton Wade Shahid David Shaner Sandi Shattery Rose Sherrill lim Shirah Nancy Shumpert David Sibley David Simmons Ken Simmons Paula Sizemore Iaekie Skaret Cheryl Smith Dennis Smith james Smith Kendel Smith Nina Smith Susie Smith Tom Smith Debbie Solley Ann Sorrells Karen Sowder Kim Spangler Linda Spaulding 2Z4fll1l'l10I'S x F J' 5' I. 'W 7 ",'f I F. F2- ,, , Nb' K 71 5 K . A A . m M .si K Q ' , A ,, , '9- I6' I fl , J t if a' QE' fi i .J V . I ff' IA may sf ti 't 'wtf rx' A2 , Q .1 an Tl. fy ' s ,V V 41 'vs Tins!! s . , 5 sk 1 'J 4 V Y R- 'Y by W yo- ' f' in Q M.. y gi., h M ' ffl? Ease i ga L"- 3 vi . T il 1 '. A .hi N Q .K .gg I , xt .it -'X iff.. 3 Y Gs 0 gli 5?-r K ' if 'Q' YY X 579. - rt' xv. ,, .. S . 4 . .Q -A W-, 1 r -,,. , 4 V lvl. -40" f x il dr , Q ., .QQ kk , 1 . on VTV- f Vvv' 'v' 'Y' N V if L. .I kd Xt X 'Q' V is 5: if f .s Barhara Spencer Ross Staeen Les Stafford Phillippa Stanton Paul Stevens Barry Stewart Keith Stewart Kim Stewart V Linda Stewart Ray Stirzhler lim Struzinski Calc Suozzo Carol Suters Tina Swanson Glenn Swiatek loyoe Taorinina lames Taylor Willie Taylor Barbara Tedcler Katherine Thompson Mark Thompson lon Thornlier Miriam 'Thornton Ronnie Threadgill Susan Tigner Terry Tillman Randy Timm Lynne Timmel Randy Tinney Aaron 'Touchstone Ray Truluek Steve Trumhle Pat Tucker Barhara Turnagc Buddy Valade Mary Van Wormer Thomas Vaughn Fernando Villvsczas Kim Vonkaenel Dehbie Vojvodieh Linda Vonderheide jeff Vlllltltfl' Ostcn Bill Wade Mark Walker Bill Walters Butch Wagner Anthony Wannamaker Gary Warren Iuniors!225 Shulluy Wasylik Dolmhiu Weimers Sharon Wontworth Ionnio Whidclen Diuno Whitt: Iamcs Whittaker Ionnnio Wickham Kaylon Wiizsenbach Stevie Wildman Bucky Williams Brad Williams Curtis Williams Louis Williams Ricky Williams Tony Williams Bruce Wilson janet Wilson Tom Windham Clay Wittman Sholizi Wourgiotis Dan Wright Tod Wright Cail Wyman Evelyn Young Z2fi!Iuniors 3 lo if C? A In 411 fi- fa a, mf fs. 6 -il. J! f iis U t , rf fl kt I' ,J i it VLA Q H' K ' ,I 'Q X C try Young Lori Young Iohn Zimmerman Cathy Zuccaro if 3' . i 5 ld fs. ff-F - Q Nw- l 4 ,v tt Z has . N A , 0 it M12 and AfIZ1Y5.fZl72j07" Iuniors!227 Claw W5 '76 ln August, 643 Sophomores entered the halls of Valhalla eager and optimistic. Adjust- ing to high school came easily to most, contributions of spirit and pride reinforced up- perclassmen. Friendships with classmates and teachers formed bonds that will con- tinue for years afterwards. All that is accomplished hy Soph- omores in the year 1973-74, re- flects upcoming years for Fort Walton Beach High School. Class officers. jeff Reinlie-President. Vickie Odum-Secretary-Treasurer, and Rita Pre- scott-Vice-President, contribute time and hard work for a successful year, ,W Lyman Adams A i " Mike Agerten L, V ' 'L my , 1 Karen Alford 'Q L' Q M F' W Ray Allen V 1, 'V V ,V - x - l It Dehhie Anderson V , x iv V Pam Anderson 3 ' 4, t 4 J" lll L.. X 5 U 3 1 i v' Qi yy ,tonga f 1 ik 2 2 , . V , Dale Andrews V t V 'V l A Sheri Andrews I ' t A7 Terri Aragon u g LVL Q t If, Eddie Archer I 'C 1' x Emma Ashley I Larry Ashley 11 H 0 ' 3 4 fi, A' I.. . In X 'ii ins 'ffhxi ." Russell Audessey X ' Rohie Audette f' 'i 'ff Y' 1 I Robin Audette V ' V V . , an - Mona Aultman " ' V V , Andrey Austin 5 V. ,ff 'A F I x 'V V Paul Badali ' V V, i f iw, at 0 'f V ' H , ' 7 . f David Bailey Hollie Bailey ,2 gg- s if " A fm Q Raymond Bailey ' t ' i qs 8 Larry Baisden W 'V V t ' V '2 'i" tt' ' -' QA' ' ' I Nannette Baker f ' I fx ,J , , ,if , f, f I 4 Bruce Ballard V ,f , Wffg, i I ' A 1 ,, . M y H 5 .L A , f EV I' 228!Sophomores R ff., sho co -f,x . i V it ' -ff' ,M , a .:,,. A an sf 'ii V, i , if 0-uf , A a.rl:llq'Af ,L -....a.- ll 5 Ji! we 7 R 'TX - f 4355 it A i l ,. . B . L 1 ti' ik xi' , .Q r at 1'- ir v P"5 mr . K Q Y - i - f ' K ' i Q f J 5 " t 't tp it . 6 .max is u . 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' 13541 1: it y ' 3 f qgstfttit ,ifsffafxf - - A B t s,sm2s,1 Mt r -2 ' taximitiix 1,-mffzflsvwi Iulie Barfield Barry Barkley Linda Barnett Tim Barnett Richard Barr Ann Bates Tracy Baylis Cindi Beard Bee Beatrous Arthur Beeton Russ Bell Michelle Benciven Iaima Biehl Mike Bir Ioy Blake Terri Blankenship Dora Blue Tina Boden Deborah Borio William Bower Robert Boyd Kim Bracken Mike Braddy Robert Braden Mike Bradford Danny Bradshaw Teresa Brannon Dale Brazel Brad Brooks Arleen Brown Charlene Brown Mike Brown Mike Brown Leslie Brunell Kevin Brunworth Debby Brunson Donna Bryant Mickey Bryant Mike Bryla Carol Buckley Steven Buckley julie Buerlein Mike Bureh john Burdette Debbie Bush Inez Butler Donna Byers Mike Callahan ga Sophomorm V229 Km-ith Cameron Riehelle Campbell Ken Candelaria Clifton Carline Larry Carmieheal lames Carnley Robert Caron Bobby Carpenter Mike Carpenter Lila Cartlege Iohn Cheney Peter Cheney Tony Chiarito Toula Chrisan Stephanie Christakos Iessie Clanzy Sherry Clark Butch Clarke David Cleary Tim Cleary Clenda Cliburn Kelly Cline 'l'ina Cloclfelter Debbie Coatney Iames Coker Terry Cokonohgher jeff Collins Ally Connelly Sandy Cooper Shirley Copeland Keith Cotton Debbie Cottrell Kathy Courtney Robert Cowan Becky Craig leanine Crowder Randy Crowder Crystal Crowson Debbie Curry Denise Curtis William Dalton Ianet Daugett joey Davis Mike Day Mike Dean Donna Dearman Walter Deer Kevin Demaio .Z 30!Sophomores ,wi A59 x . v v v,. ..'+ Ek .J- qw - rli I, fu N A ww f If 'ki X'-R ff ft gm 'vw Q UPG NJ . 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Iessie McClannon and Michael Ray add final touches to a spirit poster cheering Vikings on to another victory. it qi il his e .1 fi Y. f 5 1" f A ,,1in P Y' f as - ,g 5 I -"af z ' M ' n ., Uk, - M IH' tg, My sly 5 V 47,7 " 'Q fi ' , ,M 24 t rf' 1' Wfsws, I 'T' v W. -ni- , ,f Q' 4' We lfp if Qi n' Steve Dcmara Roger Deschamplain Billy Devaux Iohn Devaux Iennifer D'Herde Lloyd Dobson Nanci Dombroski Diane Douglas Carol Dowdy lim Doyle lim Dumoulin Wanda Earndhart Lee Ann Eaves Tami Eaves Peggy Edge Anthony Edmonston Sahron Edwards Caron Ehlert Nate Ellis Carol Erhart Creta Evans lay Farland Cedric Fearson Debbi Feldman ft siaa ' tise'taaii Sophomores!231 '76f Talent tlruni solo. Ionatlian Sutton 1 ,r 1 :J conf 1 ntl itr s on IJt'I'lt'C'lltJIl ,,,. 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' 1 igjkqk -., ,Q 4 ,pw- iff? 9 L i , , 1 3 , ref ' L -QW, . , ,V 2 4 I ' aww gl 0 ww , , , 1 f ' r M t 7' Barbara Lambert . ,V X P ,, 1' if P f Z is L Q 2 Q ,gmt 'QT' 1-lj 'S '76!Lzmcb Snphomnres take a luneh break to eateh up on gossip and replenish lust energy, flenrgi' Greeii impatiently awaits third luneh amidst the growling stmnaehs of elassmates. ,Q .. ,700 QV, Curtis Lambert ' ' t Darlene Lambert I Roy Lance .fx . if Dale Landen . , Mary Lang ill s L aff 1' 7 A Donna Langley 4,, . , :Ei Q1 , me Patti Larouehe x , 'fi 1 Mark Larson ' ..,,., V Allen Lassiter V Adrian La'I'rar:e Donna Lay William Lee Sharon Lefebvre Mark Lcmak Karen Lenassi Niki Lengfield Iohn Leonard I, Pl f' V 1 2 Charles Lester My ' 5 ' ' Iohn Levitt , 7 . i ' V Cliff Lewis A' ' rf' - W 1' Laurie Lewis W 'M 't t ix, Richard Littlefield M z A 'f f l ' Richard Lombard att Soph0m0res!235 4 Q -. fm aww-gwmmlxm vi.x 'QXH5 '76!H0mec0mmg it ? iL,Q5nf Mm: M i,,,,......,wn 1 il ' llii Ol' eonrse our entry is the best!" exclaims 'if M n Baker as they add the final touches to 'if' fir ear to be entered in the lloineeoming pa- 7, 1 1 ide sponsored by the Sophomore elass. 1, A AV Diana Long Tim Long Darlene Lott Charles Lowery Tim Luinmus Carol MaeDermnt Kevin Maegillivary Bill Madden Cindy Madison Gail Mahan Don Malone Paul Mancuso Mary Manley Indy Marin Delnlmie Martin Skipper Matthews Nelle Mayfield Denise Mellollough Carolyn Metlorinaek Iohn Meiloskrie Ainy Melilroy Mat: MeFarling led Mellattie Susan Melntosli Z1itifSopho1n4:res ' Q 'ii " 1 ' t4l i vx , fly lV,xLE'l 17 I :- 1' i ,O f' mv- ws' --H n wzyfvvfifi i Q im' New ' X fl 'K .1 J' Qs if fhcxf Q . pf 'Os 'v ,Y- F if X 74 is i 3 ' fx, wif . -g A . 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'ff-4. 11.3 Curl Shirumzin Iohn Sids Penny Sigmnn lorry Simmons P010 Simmons Mark Simms Leann Simpson Clifford Sizumoru David Sizemore Eileen Sksrlly Miki: Skillman David Smith lack Smith Iumes Smith Lydia Smith Robert Smith Tail Smith Patsy Snnufl Miki: Sozive Butch Snllery Steve Sorunsczn Tim Surrclls Carla Souto Bohhy Spumzur 240!Suphom0rf:s Q' Q - SQ f'i .VP N 1 'fi Nui i yy 4 it S ' X S 2 S , 11 X K ' I it--9 I5 .X 13 Q is' 5 In ,ff fi sat 'QE ii ik 1 A , i f , f ,AAt .1 in Q- .f if ,. 1' xi N S si alt Q i E Q I SW, P x . 11. I l, Q S - 'St S A ii ' fs SLK ..-i:i ii. fit My -. A 5 xy? 7 X, . in E v . I 1.1, f . , W ' f h ' 15,5 fi!! 1144 f . ' ,, 4 4,,..LVLL A ga ,rag Q .K D 1 . my W. . ' ...ff-ie' , 'Y FB- , +m V . 5 ' I T, ii-a if M A if Q V fr' x i sv 1 it l xigi ' it Q., . ix Ev gf i Fw at ,L A 'Z A S S if ' y 4, y tyyy fi, 1-' 4 N ,, I x 1 . M' sw. iff 'it T i 5 ff' S, w T iris' T uff" ' Qf1 f i - 'if T '75 T ,f .a'i a ' 'B , Xfx W T RR T .. 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A Z 1 if ifvif David Spindler Tania Spratling David Steimle Chris Stein Carolyn Stephans Angela Stewart Cindy Stewart Karen Stewart Kathy Stewart Miehelle Stewart Randy Stewart Darlene Stiles Pam Stokes Rosie Stone David Storch Brenda Stubbs Ronnie Summerlin Tim Sumrall Richard Suozzo jonathan Sutton Paul Tardiff Farrell Tatum Riek Taylor Starla Taylor Tim Taylor Theresa Teclder Denise Thompson Glenda Thomas Vann Thomas Mare Timm Richard Tona Donna Toole Myron Touehst one Mary Tucker David Vaccari Kathy Valade Greg Vesey Darlene Vonderheide Sharon Vonder Osten Kelly Vonsik Barry Wade Dehhie Wagner Steve Walden Nathaniel Wannamaker Iulie Ward Mark Ward Rohhie Warren Kenny Watkins Sophomores!241 Daniel Watson VVanda XVattS Paula Vtiehh lnhn lNelty Mary VVenzel Sheila Wfesche Durwald VVesley Natialie lNest Ruhert Wrst Domthfry Westmore Charles VVhatl0y Mark Whitaker Tracey Whitfield Charles Wilkinson Dehhie VVillard Mike Willard David XN'illiams Tammy Williams Donna VVillis Deborah Wilmer jimmy VVilson Ken VVilsUn Randy VVilson Brenda Windham Kim Winslow Cindy Wise Dehhie Wright Ernie Wright Pete Wright Susan Wright Steve W'utkt' Dehhie Young Larry Young Robert Young Cheryl Yuw Iulie Ziki 242XSophomeres ',-g ve' . 0 " -J V 2" A 'V-Q , V , HQ Iv , V r , , 'wit ' , in 1: V, K ' , 5 A 7 . 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BROOKS REALTY on Highway 98, Marty Medlin, Lee Anne Lewis, and Keith Matthews look over the world of real estate. Follow Kathy Blaek's example and come find your kind of music at PLAYGROUND MU- SIC CENTER. 246!Ads Make whatever Work you have easier with good equip- ment. Sandra Hayes does the trick by shopping at MA- DARIS OFFICE SUPPLY on Beal Street. Ieff Fuller believes in top quality and so will you at the QUALITY INN on Okaloosa Island. Kathy Levitt finds the in-look at the green building on Race Track Road-IO-MURS FASHIONS. AdS!247 Terrific shoes to match terrific clothes-Lisa McNeir finds them both at LEON'S CAS- UALS, in the Fort Walton Square. When in need of gasoline, BROWIXVS TEXACO located on Highway 98, will be more than happy to serve you. Invite your friends and travel wherever you want. Randy Enzian and Tricia Stevens talk over their plans at SEA-SKY TRAVEL AGENCY on Eglin Parkway. 248!Ads N ,, ff? igiy y kpk. K 2' fi 5. g 1, . ei iff , . 0 s Q , ' A 5 . X ' 't' JV! K - 3' ,tt-le if L Q, . A .Q ,, l Y' fi 1 ., ffv"'l jH,1iiY.f ,, , , ' 'I ri.,4!., kr I .,,-' ,wr '- ,J Everybody needs someone to talk to once in a while. Rose- marie Roberson finds some- one at the PAMPERED PUP on Racetrack Road. If you really care about your hair, go to the beauty shop where they care as much as you do-MARY ESTHER BEAUTY CENTER. GULF REALTY SERVICES, INC., provides for you resi- dential and commercial acre- age and lots. Gill K P ,ff uv E . Q,f4 AdS!249 Becky Metrogen and Rick Hord describe the HOLIDAY INN on the island as a "restful place"-your Host from Coast to Coast. Come take a break at the DAIRY QUEEN on Miracle Strip Parkway. You'll enjoy it as rnuch as Marty Medlin and Lee Anne Lewis do. Susie Tigner enjoys the well- dressed but casual look. Find the look you like at SUSAN'S SPORTSWEAR, located on Miracle Strip Parkway. - S 15:5 ' 1 I Q, Q Pgyg 250!AdS Enjoy a hamburger that is a meal in itself at WHAT- ABURGER on Miracle Strip Parkway. Come to the RAMADA INN on Miracle Strip Parkway, Where their quality is high and their rates are low. Tires are just one of the high- quality items that Nina Destin finds at the WESTERN AUTO in Destin. Inf! 2. Ads!251 f I zazffxtis find TOMORROW'S Skill , xi TODAY... T ! an ' ' E M 3 , in Your LOCAL 1 yi Stl i J W A X I ,if . up " ,H 9 AIR FORCE RESERVE fe' ' as . 4 , f X ffigqiwi' ,A U '. f A SPECIAL OFFER FOR pig FORT WALTON BEACH . l HIGH SCHOOL 1 -A XQLAN 124. GRADUATES A L l :rl " , e' av von . Zi ri monti to et arlm a tra e in lie X , l llilirlllfcice Reseije3g1tfEgli1iAFlB. Alircralt maiitenanhe xkxxafffl! Q X food service, security police and many more...all FORCP-1 Xt ll X 1 NHT. El A4 Vai l? y ,,, ,NX v X13 .,.l37:? J X fizifzs' rf-at providing training and experience which will help you find a civilian job. Serve only 4-6 months learning a trade, then average 51,200 a year serving only one weekend each month and 15 days active duty each year in the Reserves. Other fringe benefits include space available travel, base exchange privileges, and retirement plan. Open to young men and women between tlie ages ol' 17 and 34. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL: 883-1385, DUKE FIELD, FLORIDA 919th TACTICAL AIRLIFT GROUP CONQ UISTADOR INN BLUE HORIZON MOTEL DRIFTWOOD MOTEL 98 A UTO COURT SUNNY SOUTH MOTEL Best Wishes Class of '74 A1 Qualls Ir. X l ffl E lin National Bank Q2 Eglin Pkwy First City Bank of Fort Walton ' 135 Perry Ave SE First National Bank of Fort Walton 29 Eglin Pkwy NE First PeoplesBank ' 241. Eglin Pkwy NE , W .Q , W saga? 1, ii lk all X X ..tlgg."f't'-X--'T-.'.T..T: N This dress that Cindy Stripling is modeling and many more could be yours if you went to WlLSON'S FASHIONS, on Miracle Strip Parkway. Eugene Matter and Debbie Collins talk over old times at RUTH BAILEY'S ANTIQUE SHOP, on Miracle Strip Parkway. Come to the Home of the Whopper-BURGER KING, on Eglin Parkway, across from Fort Walton Square. 'G .X fx,---ff-" ..,., a . V1 - if y s Ads!255 3 I E ,. M 'H W . .B gb i . , , . ,, . ....,r,,,M BW ws x I . . TRU- VALUE MART DISCOUNT FURNITURE T Miracle Strip Parkway SERVICE WITH DIGNITYH Roy E. K 0 L F N . .11 L L A 0 ntz if LITTLE CHAPEL MORTUARY 925 Beal Parkway Iohnne Ceravolo and Debbie Solley are looking over mer- chandise at the new location of the POINT STORE, in the Fort Walton Square. Kim Rogers watches Karen Cooner try on glasses at TRI- CITY OPTICAL in the Bel-Air Shoping center. 258!AdS STAFFS LOBS TER HUUSE f X I . ,S X it if-, T W SERVING FT. WALTON BEACH THEO. qnocnzy BASS OWNER-oPERAToR SINCE 1931 SEAFOOD ' STEAKS ' Cocktail Lounge 24 Miracle Strip Ft. Walton Bch. 243 3482 F t ff- we H if as f a E en- .t q , it -2' A X S x i B W L , 1 'ff 5 si 5 ,L ' '- 4, x , 'fiat kgtil A ill - '. ,"l'59 9.4 X .:.' ' " M xi! fl' t -53.5 53 y w 14 K ':-h'W- ,1 V' K M , J up rg ' fy Qty? ' + 31 1 ft ft it Watt? f at Q I -'gills Z 5 S, Al an . . ,ihig In .nu X.-ff L ws f mf l , fwsvvri 5 ,S is 1 t ,, Q A ...H-ft Y - ml' , A w".'!'f1'Q'-,.A ' '12 .. V, -',, A ' A '5l3,Lf"'3,:,f xl . '--' I ',,'., L .., - if A N ,kg 1 yo ,hx A wk .. A e 3 Mildred's Beauty Shop pro- vides professionalized hair styling for Paula Eyrich. Ian Iohnson finds stylish jew- elry to Complement the fine clothes at GAYLYIXVS in the Fort Walton Square. jim Dumoulin participates in swimming activities held at the YMCA on Mayflower Avenue. Ads!259 Donna Dearmon Checks out the best fishing equipment from Nina Destin, in the SPORTMAIXVS SHOP, on Highway 98, Destin. ODOM'S SUPERMARKET on Highway 98, is popular with the people of Destin because it offers personalized services to its customers. Chris Kicey and Ioyee Taor- mino try out the dryers used at the MEN'S ROOM on Eglin Parkway. 260!AdS Even man's best friend is happy and Content when heat- ing Conditions are right. Iaekie Brunnworth and Iarnes Liv- ingston visit the quality heat- ing Company, HODGES AND SONS INC., on Garnett Avenue. Luanne Purvis and Randy An- derson give Russell Sexton two of the many products found at KELLY'S IGA, on Eg- lin Parkway. Youill be as happy as Brenda Cyr with the clothes you'll find at SMlTH'S TOWNS- HOP on Miracle Strip Parkway. Ads!26l WE APPRECIATE THE PATRONACE FROM THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS AND BUSINESSMEN: GULF COAST ENGRA VING KING'S NURSERY DESTIN ICE ci? STORAGE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR PERFECT LOVE DIAMOND RINGS JEWEL BOX FORT WALTON SQUARE FORT WALTON BEACH, FL. 32548 STORE PHONE 243-3911 JE WEL MEL VINLS FISH MARKET GULF STA TES THEA TRE ART SCHOOL e GALLERY HOWARD JOHNSONS COMPANY Playground Area's Authorized Dealer For Ethan Allen American Traditional Simmons Beautyrest Bedding And Other Fine Furniture 139 S. ECLIN PARKWAY FORT WALTON BEACH, FLORIDA 32548 262!Ads "f Fort Walton Squca re C t I ' Sfrniors of 74" Delchompr COMPLIMENTS OF PLA YGROUND DAILY NE WS 11 Egl Pk y SE 243 31.27 1. escape to an island Escape A word more frequently used today than ever before. Escape according to Webster, "is a flight, or avoidance of something unpleasant." ln our case it should read: "A flight from the humdrum of household preservation to the carefree pleasures of Condominium resurgence." EI Matador Condominiums have an idyllic placement. They are located on Santa Rosa Island just off shore from Fort Walton Beach, Florida where one may see forever snow-white sands and emerald-blue waters. No matter your choice in a condominium home, our vast facility will fullfill your wishes. We invite you to investigate. E1 Matador Condominiums 909 Santa Rosa Boulevard Fort Walton Beach. Florida 32548 264!Ads lf. 'l,?Q.. -'-' . Og ' ff Q" fp if ' 'Kgs ,rg ? , 1? 1 ssAroon RssrAuRANr in 'feb bfi QM shanty Town 243-2716 ' 1-.L O O 47'-'1' , ' Q, 10 Q l aj '.:,i.o':E'f:" ' I IF WE HAVE ENOUGH FOOD FOR ENCLADE, WE CAN FEED ANYONE! COMPLIMENTS OF METRIC SYSTEMS C ORPORA TI ON 736 N. Beal St. Fort Walton Beach, Florida, 32548 i .1 f DF FLORIDA. INC. 1 if Patti Gibson and Darlene Stiles enjoy the tropical set- ting before sitting down to a Polynesian meal at ALOHA LUAU, on Okaloosa Island. Randy Anderson is stunned by all the equipment found at AUTO PARTS OF FLORIDA, INC., on Eglin Parkway. Come back to the natural way of life. Edith Iohansen finds harmony with nature at HALL'S NURSERY, one mile west of Hurlburt. use tis Ads!265 Barbara Tona tries one ofthe delicious flavors of ice cream served at CABVEL on Elgin Parkway in Fort Walton Beach. For the girl on her way up. . . it's VALEB.IE'S of Fort Walton Beach, 144 Miracle Strip Park- way. Wanda Guidry models one of the perky pantsuits found at VALEBIES. 266fAdS .-I IA IA LI,,,14- .4 M.. .t,r. . I FT WALT5N BEACH ALSO SERVING MARY ESTER, SHALIMAR ' EGLIN AIR BASE -Swift Delivery Service- 0 0 S' Q 4' '2 3 'S H' '4 Ha Q' . 4 4 z no 0114 . WO' WE TELEGRAP1-I FLOWERS ANYWHERE SAY tT WITH wi FLU HIST . I ll Flowers 6 ' f OF FT WALTON BCH. for all '- g 3, Occasions X ' A I ' WEDDINGS K y v BIRTHDAYS Q9 v CORSAGES 0 FUNERAL DESIGNS 4, 0 ANNIVERSARIES G POTTED PLANTS I Wy I4 x V NX 1 0 ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 6. GIFTS I, . A I I f!! S I - Idtlwtw 244-5 3 87 210 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. SE lltvlen aIId Bill 'lll!lll'llIlQ, Owners FT. WALTON BEACH PIPER GARDEN Nursery Landscaping Lawn Irrigation Systems Lawn 84 Shrubbery Spraying Consultation Let Us Help You Make Your Home Green Where Only the Best is Good Enough! 625 Eglin Pkwy. lNear Racetrack Roadj 242-4213 v 'Q 7 'Q 3 ,gif-VI It G90 'V 4,0 IEIVICI 0 ff NG 5 9 o I 15 O2 Y 9uAU1' I AYEMBQY- Amos Fowler, working at ART BOGAIXVS TEXACO SER- VIGE on U.S. Highway 98, will be glad to fill your tank with high quality gasoline at the lowest rates in town. Keith Cotton and his mother, Mrs. Edna Cotton look over the wide selection of pants at COTTON'S DISCOUNT, 616 Beal Parkway. AdS!267 xii i .1 X353 3 f,, , XS 3 3 ig Q' f mm Nw XX-jj i 3 3 3 f 268!Ads 3 A 33 3 is A DEGRIFFS JE WELERS 180 Miracle Strip Pkway. Phone 243-3333 1 L sf was xg Si X1 ,ws wg? im' X W H' -WX QS '54 -Qs....9- 's.,.f' Michael Von Kanel Youth Director WN A H. Talmadge Smith Pastor Cimo Bapfzkf Church "Let no man despise thy youthg but be thou an example . . ." I Tim. 3:12 VIKINGS ALWAYS WELCOME Ken Malay makes a wise deci- sion on investing his money on commercial condomin- iums, residential acreage, wa- ter-front property and rentals found at FGRT WALTON BEACH REALTY INC. on Miracle Strip Parkway. Ads!269 we-11, A 15 'ff ,1 . 'vw " --an W , W , ,, ms RESTAURANT , IIIFET F0305 K' , -5 Em arm-.as we l Xxx ff Q J if K X 1 X E A 'J il! '-K Q' ae AE P N A lf, Q". Teri Harward slices a piece of cake for her grandmother at BlMBO'S, the restaurant that serves the finest foods, on Beal Parkway. At JONES' FLOOR COVERING, 68 Beal Park- way, Anne Partridge receives some assistance in choosing a hot pink, shag carpet for her bed- room. Iones' Floor Covering is headquarters for Armstrong Vinyl and Carpets, Mohawk, Lee, and Evans-Black, serving Northwest Florida for 22 years with free estimates and financing available. Z70! Ads ,, v, : 5 ,, , Y ,,1 1 SM ' , :W V il -l A Xu Qs, Y Q. if 'lf Vryrh ,MZ , -,? 'V-. , . , ,, ,,, , I 6 ,,.4r-" MCLA U GHLIN M ORTUARY MAURICE MCLAUGHLIN-DIRECTORS-FRED MCLAUGHLIN Phone 244-5163 Fort Walton Beach, Florida Hmfdeek- You get a real good feeling 1ns1de. M Q. l Ve .l If - - Ad !271 WhOleSa'eafryle!aRACLE STRIP MEATS 242-M5 WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME FREEZER MEATS Watch While your order is being weighed, cut cmd Wrapped ot no extra charge to your Specifications - PORK, LAMB 6. POULTRY U.S.D.A. insp. "We Serve ee N Serve Again" - BANKIMEIIICIIU. 618 Beal Parkway Compliments of GA TLIN LUMBER RESTAURANT AND SUPPLY Cockt 'l L Italian Cuisiliila Olhlingggecialty Orders to go-open 5 p.m. to 11 p.m 57 Beal Closed Mondays Fort Walton Beach Florida 32548 300 N.E. Elgin Pkwy Ft. Walton Bch., Fla. 243-9102 Phone 242-4421 "Where your business is appreciated." Vic 8: Aggie Architects of Food Z !Ad WHA TABURGER v"ii. . +XmliXfvl ' Il- fi' ' A I- Drive Inns World's Finest Pure Beef Burger There's one near you. aaa 1oNAs5 243-6515 TONA 'S A U TOM OTI VE SERVICE 20 Hollywood Blvd., Ft. Walton Bch. 243-6515 "25 years as an experienced mechanic" Brenda, Barbara, and Richie Tona pitch in and help their father, Richard Tona, at the shop. Ad X273 ioivioas Abbernante. Charlene 212 Ackley, Margaret 212 Alamo. Mike 212 Alden. Gene 212 Alford. Gary 212 Alford. Rhonda 212 Allen. Winston 158 Allenbrand. Thomas 212 Amell, Karen 109, 114. 212 Ammons. Mike 212. 136, 124 Ammons. Robin 102, 212. 121 Anderson, Lynda 118, 212 Anderson, Randy 133. 212. 261, 205. 124 Archer, Margaret 212 Ashe, Mark Ashley, Emma 212 Ashmore, james 212 Ashmore, Steve 212 Audessey, Lorraine 109 Ayers, Larry 138. 212 Baez, Randy Bailey. Arthur Bailey, Charles 212 Bailey, Lloyd 112 Baker, Annette 212, 105 Banachowicz, Stan 212 Banks. Christine 212 Bannerman, Thomas 212 Barber, Bill 212. 108 Barbour. john 212 Barefeild, Mitchell 213 Barker. Richard 213 Barnett. jerald 213 Barr, Robert Barrett, john 113 Barrett, Mark 213, 124 Basta. Stephanie 213, 108. 112. 140 Bates, john 213 Battles, james 213 Baughman, Randolph 213, 162 Bauman, Lynda 213 Beatrous. Carol Ann 213. 108 274!lndeX Beaty. julie 69. 108. 213 Beck, David 213 Bedsole, Angela 213, 108, 101 Benefield. Deborah 110, 118. 213 Best. jacqueline 213 Bivens, Michael 213 Bizzell, Sharon 213 Blaich, Carrie 213 Blair. jeff Bolling, Frank 109 Bookholdt. Eva 108, 213 Bos, Laura 213 Bragg, Mark Bragg, Mary Ann 116 Brand, Bonnie 112, 114. 116, 213 Brannon. Bill 213 Brantley, joyce 213 Brassel, Steve 213 Brassel, Tom 118, 164. 213 Bridges. Robert Brown, RDebbie 213 Brown, Robert Brown, Tim 213 Browning, Deborah 108. 213 Browning, Kathy 213 Broxson, Donald 213. 124 Brundidge. Al Brunnworth, jackie 59, 76, 118, 120, 261 Brunson, Clay 213 Bryant. Horace 213 Bryant, Madrene 112, 160, 213 Bryant, Marsha 108, 116, 213 Bryant. Marshall 213. 224, 277 Buckles, Tony 213 Buehrig, Katherine 110, 114, 213 Burch, Marie Burkes. Debbie 109. 213 Burnette, Marlon 158, 213 Burton, Eric 213 Cahill. Charles 114, 213 Cahoon, Steve 109. 213 Calfee. Anthony 213 Camela, Richard 213 Campbell, Cindy 108, 213 Campbell, Eddie Campbell, Larry 213 Campbell. Quincy 158, 214 Carden. Deborah 214 Carman. Keith 214 Carmichael. Lisa 214 Carmichael. Robert 156, 214 Carpenter, Steve 214 Carpenter, Warren 109. 116, 214 Carter, Bruce Carter, M.C. 214 Cassulo, Zina 214 Ceravolo, Angela 214 Ceravolo, jerre 108, 116. 214 Ceravolo, johnne 121, 214, 220, 258 Chaney, jimmy 214 Chaney, Larry Chastain, David Chauvin. Keith 109 Cheney, james 120, 214 Chesser. Karen 112, 214 Churillo, Mike 110, 126, 130, 132, 124, 133, 214, 227 Clark. Duane 114, 165, 214 Clark, Marniee 214 Clouston, Malinda 214 Cocherell, julie 214 Cochran, Eddie 109. 214 Cockerill, Christine 109, 118, 214 Coffman, Linda 214 Cohen. Barry 109, 110, 214 Cole, Kandy 108, 214 Coleman, Gary Collette, Barbara 112, 214 Collins, Pam Condon, Butch 113, 114, 118, 214 Conradt, David 118, 214 Copeland, Freida 214 Copeland, Lulu 113. 214 Corley, Pippa 108, 110. 114, 162, 214 Cothran. Malania 110. 214 Coulter, Wayne 214 Coupe, Michael 214, 219. 124 Courtney, Bill 214 Craig. Debbie 110, 214 Crandall, Lisette 121, 214 Crawford, Debbie 214 Crawford, Nicky 138. 214 Crawford, Susan Crist, Theresa Cripps. Terry 214 Crosby, Scott 214 Cross, john 214 Crowder, Debbie 214 Crowder, Stanley 148, 149. 151. 144 Crumpler, Walter 120, 214 Curtiss, David 215 Custis, jeannie 215 Cyr, Debra 215 Dahnke, William 30, 215 Dalton, johnny 120. 215 Darnell, George 215 Davenport, Patricia 215 Davis. Dennis 113, 215 Davis, Gary 215 Davis, William 215 Day, Mary Day. Robert 215 Day, Tanya 108, 110, 215 Dean, Amanda Deaton, Nancy 215 Deckert. Lisette 120, 215 Destin, Nina 114, 118, 215. 251, 260 Destin, Susan 112, 215 Dickerson, Douglas 215 Dickerson. john Dimmick. Kathleen 215 Dismukes, Rodney 215, 124 Dixon. Milner 215 Dodge. Douglas 215 Doran, Robert 215 Dowling, Steve 215 Drill. Charles 138, 215 Driscoll, Shaun 216 Dumoulin, john 124, 162, 216 Duncan, Kim 110, 115, 133, 136, 156, 215, 216, 124, 126. 144 Duncan, Peggy 216 Duncan, Ricky Earnhardt, Kim 216 Edwards, Henry 216 Efre-Perez, Alex 109, 216 Ellington, Terry 109 Elvis, Wright 216 Emley, Karen 109, 216 Emley, Roy 109, 216 Emmonds, Robert 110, 162. 216 Engler. Mark Engman, Doug Eppard, john 114. 120. 162, 216 Erhart, Martin 110, -14, 216 Eubanks, Brian 216 Fagan, Cindy 113 Farland. Franklin 216 Fearson, Eric 216 Ferguson, Barbara 216 Fisher, Pamela Fitzgerald, Don 216 Flanary, Cristall 216 Flannigan, Bonnie 113, 216 Fleming, Kenneth 216 Fleming, Sue 216 Flinn, Teresa 112, 216 Flippo. Donna 109, 216 Floyd, Darlene 217 Fortney, Charles Forsyth, Rhonda 217 Fortune, Glenda 217 Fossler, Wayne 120, 217 Fowler, Michael 164, 217 Frazier, Roger 217 Freeman, Mona 112, 217 Freeman, Tony 120, 217 Fridell, Debra 217, 110 Fuller. Dan 217 Fuller. Edna 217 Garcia, Mike 217 Gardner, Donna 217 Garner. William 144, 148, 150, 217 Gartman. Eddie 138, 217 Garvin. Louis Gay, David 217 Genzler, Barbara 217 Gibb, Susan 217 Gibson. Kimberly 165, 201, 21 Gillespie, David 217 Gilliland, Tim 217 Glossop. Stephen 217 Goss, Rudy 217 Grant, Robbie Graves, Tamara 217 Gray. Anthony 217 Gray, Isabelle 120, 217 Green, joyce 140, 108, 217 Griggs. Kevin 217 Grossos, Edward 217 Groves, Lynn 217 Groves, Tommy 217 Guess. Rocky 217 7 Gurney, Michael 115, 156. 217 Haque, Anna 217 Haley, Kathy 112 Hall, Larry Hall, Sampie 217 Halleywood, Lynnette 217 Hammett, Mike 113. 114. 217 Hamrick, Dale 61. 217, 164 Hamrick, Robert 217 Hanna, Tim 217 Hanson, Pam 217 Hardin, Scott 217 Hare, Randall 217, 124, 275 Harper. janet 109 Harris, Lee 217 Harrison, Mitzi 217 Harwell, Leslie 217 Haught. Herbie 217, 124 Haughton, Bruce 217 Hawkins, David 217 Hawkins. Lyle 218 Hays, Sandra 84, 112,212,218 Head, Maltezo 218 Helton, Michael Henderson. Sandra 218 Henson, jonathan 218 Henson, Marcy 218 Hester, Cheryl 218 Hicks, Steve 218 Hines, Curtis 218 2 . , .il ' 1 F ' uf .,, : 'ga 1. js ...4 Hixon, john 218 Hodges, Gary 218 Holloway. Theresa 114, 218 Holmes, james 218 Holt, Kenny 218 Holt, Sherry 109, 218 Holt, William 116, 218 Hood. Robert Hard, Rick 110, 118, 218, 78 Horner, William Hose, Patricia 114, 218 Hoven, Cindy 109, 218 Hromadka, George 218 Hudson. Dawn 218, 227 Hudson, jerry Hudson, Sheila Hughes, Frederick 158, 218 Hurst, Skip Hutchinson, Brenda 24, 25, 218 jackson, Andrew 218 jackson, Debbie 218 james, Marilyn 218 janca, Robert 218 jenkins, Brian 218 jenkins, Tammy 109, 118, 218 johansen, Edith 76, 110, 120, 218, 265 johnson johnson johnson, johnson johnson Charles 218 Charles 218 Don Pam 218 Ricky 218 johnston, john 218 jones, Barrie 218 jones, Chris 218 jones, Ira jones, janet 109, 218 jones, Michael jones, Robert jones, Serena 218 jones, Steve 218 jones, Terry 120, 218 jordan, Patti 218 Keeler, Pamela 112 Keller, Franklin 218 Kelly, Cindy 218 Kelley, Maureen 218 Kelley, Paula 218 Kerr, Shirley 218 Killingsworth, jim 218 King, Sharon 112, 219 Kittrell, Pat 219 Kjos, Donald 219 Kline, Keith 109, 219 Knight, jacquelyn Knox, William 109, 110, 116, 118, 219 Konneker, Neal 110, 116, 118, 219 Koski, Linda 108, 219, 101 Kotlewski, Susan 108, 219 Krebs, David 114, 219 Krekemeyer, Michael 219 Kybyska, Kim Laberge, Bill 219 Lace, William 219 LaHaye, Mark 109, 219 Lambert, Roger Lane, Sharon 108 Lane, Steven 219 Langford, Cindy 219 Langford, Cindy L. 219 Langley, Carrie 108, 219 Lavouche, joan 109, 121, 219 Larson, Benny 219 Latshaw, jan 109, 219 Lawrence, Robert 219 Laws, Pam LeBlanc, Guy 219 Lee, john 109, 220 Lee, Roy 220 Leechin. Thomas 110, 118, 220 Leggett, janet 109, 118, 121. 220 Lemarchand, Barbara 220 Lemen, Beth 110. 112, 120. 220 Lemen, Don 106, 115, 220 Lentold, Sandra 220 Levitt, Kathy 68, 109, 116, 220, 247 Levoy, Patricia 220 Lezu, Denise 108, 116, 220 Licht, john 220 Liggett, Lisa 108, 220 Liles, William 217 Linnell, jody 220 Livingston, Ralph 220 Livingston, Yvonne 220 Loggins, Tina 220 Longnecker, Rodney 220 Longo, Kim 220 Lowe, Nina 110. 220 Lowry, Elaine 108, 220, 101 Lowry, Sharon 220 Mahan, Toby 220 Maher, Mary 108, 118, 220 Malpass, Pamela 221 Mangrum, Dana 108, 114, 221 Manley, Eamonn 110, 221 Manley, Michael 109 Mann, Donna Manning, Thomas 104, 110, 114, 118, 221 Mangrum, Dana 108, 114, 221 Marchbanks, Laurie Maree, Arlene 221, 160 Marlen, Roy 221 Marler, Cyron 221 Marler, Mary 21 Marquis, Steven 221 Masar, Frankie 221 Maske, Lori 118, 221 Mathis, David Matthews, Keith 109, 221, 246 Matthews, Cherie 121, 140, 221,87 Matz, Tim 221 McAllister, Althea McAllister, C. 221 McBride, Donald 221 McCann, Kathleen 110, 221 McCardie, Mike 120, 221 McCarthy, Eileen 110, 118, 120, 121, 221 McCartney, Chris 221 McClead, Klanda McClean, Gerald 109, 221 McCrae, Michele 221 McDaniel, Drayton 221 McDavid, Susan 82, 221 McDonald, james McFarland, Steve 221 McGill, Ronald 221 Mclntyre, Robert 221 McKibbon, Susanne 221 McKinnie, Cynthia McLendon, Lisa 68, 109, 221, 116 McNulty, Richard 221 McSwain, Ross 118, 221, 78 Mead. William 115, 221 Meaut. Donna 221 Medley, Timothy 67, 109, 221 Meier, Susan 108, 120, 221 Merriam, Mark 77, 116, 120, 116 Metrogen, Rebecca 116, 121. 140, 156, 216, 221, 250 Michael, Elizabeth Mikel, Cynthia 89, 116, 140. 221 Miles, Debra 66, 90, 91, 109, 120 221 Miller, Paula 113, 221 Millner, Theresa 221 Milner, William 221 Mills, Tim 156, 157, 221, 124 Mims, Linda 114, 221 Mingle, Patsy 221 Mingledorff, Charlotte Mitchell. james 113, 222 Moe, Sherry 109, 222 Montecchie, Harold 222 Mooneyham, Michael 112, 222 Montrose, Scott 222 Morgan. Brenda 222 Moreland, Debra 222 Morgan, Terri Morris, Robert 115, 222, 124 Morrison, Pamela 109, 222 Mosley, Tim 222 Moxley, Frank 222 Mozingo. David 222 Myers, Carla 102, 121. 222 Neal, Sam 120, 222 Negley, Cindy 222 Nelson, Fred 222 Nelson, Warren 222 Norton, Marcia 222 Oats, Rhonda 222 Okonczak, Gary 222 Oler. Donna 109, 160, 222 Olin, Cherryl 108, 222, 101 Oliver, Lewis Owens, james Owens, Tommy 222 Oyler, David 222, 124 Page, Alfred 217, 222 Page, Grady 222 Page, Linda 112 Pape, james 222 Parker, jeff 222 Page, Michael 96, 217 Parker, Susan 222 Partlow, Scott 222 Pate, james Pate, Samuel 222 Patt, joe Ellen 59. 114. 222 Penland, Robert 222 Perkins, Tanyia 222 Peterson. Kerry 222 Peterson, Laurie Pettis. Ronnie 112, 116, 222 Philpot, Vera 222 Piper, Gary 109, 222 Pippin. Chuck 109, 222 Pond, Denna 165, 222 Poston, Donna 222 Poulsen, Neils 222 Pritchett, Bessie 113 Pritchett, Marilyn 222 Purvis, Luanne 102, 121, 140. 222. 261 Pyron, Barbara 118. 222 Raines. Robert 278 Rakestraw, Patti 108. 223 Reed, Cynthia 223 Reid. Ricky 109, 223 Rexford, Teresa 223 Ribsby, Kathy 118 Richards, Bill 223 Rigney, Cheryl 223 Riley, Kenneth 223, 148, 150, 151, 144 Ritterman, jacqueline Rivard, Bob Roach, Carol 133. 223 Roberson, Charlene 97, 112. 115. 116. 200, 223 Robertson, Michael 77, 120, 223 Robertson, Sabrina 223 Robriques, Debra 223 Rogers, Arnold Rogers, Kevin 223 Rogers, Steve 223 Rushing, Pamela 121, 223 Scaife, james Schaefer, Craig 118 Scharer, Tom 118, 120, 121 Schile, Cheryl 114, 219, 223 Schmidt, Edward 112, 223 Schwertner, David 163, 120, 223 Scott, Meri 223 Scroggins, Danna 113 Scroggins, Melissa 68, 116, 121. 121, 223 Severtson, Cynthia Sexton, Russell 109, 119. 164, 224 Shaner, David 109, 244 Shahid, Wade 224 Shattery, Sandra 224 Sherrill, Rose 224 Shirah, james 224 Shireman, Denise 225 Shumpert, Nancy 224 Sibley, David 114, 224 Simmons, David 224, 124 1 Indeat!275 Simmons, Kenneth 224 Sizemore, Paula 224 Skaret. jackie 105. 224 Smith, Cheryl 68. 109.116, 200, 201. 224 Smith, Debbie 121 Smith, Dennis 224 Smith, Henry Smith, james 224 Smith, Kendel 224 Wasylik, Shelly 109, 113, 226 Weimer. Deborah 226 Wentworth, Sharon 226 Werner. Kersten Wetjen, Andrew 120 Whidden, jennifer 226 White, Diane 226 Whittaker. james 226 Wickham, john 138, 226 Wiesenbuck. Kavlen 226 Bendus. Robert Beuerlein, julie 90, 113, 116. 120. 162. 229 Biehl. jaima 229 Bir. Michael 138. 229 Birnkammer, Paul Blake, joy 118, 229 Blanchard. Robin Blankenship. Terri 229 Blue. Dorra 229 Smith. Nina 224 Smith, Susan 109. 210, 224 Smith. TOITI 113, 224 Smith, Virginia Solley. Debra 108. 116. 224. 258 Somma, Ann Sorrells, Ann 214 Sowder, Karen 114, 224 Spangler, Kim 224 Spaulding, Linda 118. 224 Spencer. Barbara 108. 225 Staben, Patil 109, 225 Stafford, Leslie 225 Wildman. Williams. Stevei226 Becky 112, 226 Williams, Brad 109, 226 Williams. Anthony Williams. Charles Williams. Curtis 226 Williams. Louis 226 Williams. Melanie 113 Williams, Ricky 226 Willis, Christian Wilson. Bruce 226 Wilson. Douglas Wilson, janet 114. 120, 162, 226, 81 Boden, Tina 112 Borio, Debbie 109. 229 Bower. William 229 Bowman. Gary 138 Boyd, Robert 229 Bracken. Kim 68, 109, 116. 229 Braddy. Michael 229 Braden, Robert 109, 229 Bradford, Mike 229 Bradshaw, Danny 229 Brannon. Teresa 229 Brazel. Dale 229 Breeland. jeff Stanton, Phillipa 109, 118, 225 Stevens, Paul 225 Steward, Barry 225 Stewart, Keith 225 Stewart, Kim 225. 124 Stewart, Linda 225 Stewart, Robert Stichler, Raymond 109. 121. 225 Struzinski. jim 225 Stupar, Ellen Suozzo, Cale 225 Suters, Carol 225 Swanson. Tina 225 Svviatez. Clenn 109. 225 Taormina, joyce 112, 201. 225, 260 Taylor. james 225 Taylor. Willie 225 Tedder. Barbara 225 Telford, Richard Thompson, Art Thompson. Katherine 109, 118. 121, 212, 225, 78 Thompson, Mark 225 Thornber, jonathan 120, 225 Thornton, Miriam 225 Threadgill, Ronald 225 Tigner, Susan 109. 225. 250 Tillman, Terry 136, 156, 225 Timm, Randal 127. 130, 225, 124 Timmel, Lynn 120, 225 Tinney, Randy 165. 225 Tolhert, Terri Touchstone, Aaron 225 Truluck, Raymond 225 Trumble, Steve 225 Tucker. Pat 225 Turnage. Barbara 225 Valade, Buddy 83, 114, 115. 118, 124, 225 Van Dyke, Harry Vanwormer, Mary 225 Vaughn, Thomas 225 Villescas, Daniel Villescas, Fernando 225 Vojuodich, Dedra 225 Vonderheide, Linda 118, 120, 225 Vonder Osten, jeff 225 Vonkaenel, Kim 225 Vonsik, Michael Wade, William 225 Wagner. Frederick 57 Walker, Mark 225 Wagner, Butch 225. 57 Walters, William 212, 25, 225, 109 Wannamaker, Anthony 225 Warren, Cary 225 276!Index Windham, Thomas 158, 226 Wittman, Clay 226 Woodard, Richard Waurgiotis. Shella 226 Wright. Dan 226 Wright, jones 226 Wooley, Lisa Wright. Ted Wyman. Cail 226 Young, Evelyn 226 Young, Gary 226 Young. Lori 114, 226 Zimmerman. john 226 Zuccaro, Catherin 120, 226 Zummo, Anna SOPHOMOHES Ackerman, joyee Adams, Grant 228 Agerton, Michel 228 Alford. Karen 160, 120, 228 Allen. Ray 228 Anderson, Debra 109. 228 Anderson, Pam 228 Andrews, Dale 228 Andrews, Sherri 228 Aragon. Terri 160, 228 Archer. Eddie 228 Ashley, Emma 228 Ashley, Larry 228 Audesey, Russell 198, 228 Audette, Roberta 228 Audette, Robin 228 Aultman, Mona 114, 162, 228 Austin, Andrey 228 Badali, Paul 228 Bailey, David 228 Bailey, I-Iollie Bailey, Raymond 138, 228 Baisden, Larry 228 Baker. Nanette 228, 236 Ballard, Bruce 228 Banachowicz, Tom Barefield, julie 90, 113, 229 Barkley, Barry 138, 229 Barnes. janice 112, 160 Barnett, Linda Barnett. Tim 229 Barr, Richard Bates, Ann 109, 229 Bayles, Tracy 229 Beatrous, Marianne 229 Becton, Arthur 138, 22 9 Bencivenga, Michelle 109, 229 Bridges, jeff Broadnax, Frances 160 Brooks. james 229 Brown, Arlene 229 Brown, Charlene 229 Brown. Mike 229 Brown, Mike 229 Brunell, Leslie 229 Brunnworth, Kevin 229 Brunson. Debby 229 Bryant, Donna 22 43 Bryant, Mickey 229 Bryant, Patricia Bryla, Mike 118. 229 Buckley. Carol 108. 229 Buckley, Steve 229 Burch. Mike 109. 229 Burdette, john 109, 229 Bush, Debra 229 Butler. Inez 114. 121, 229 Byers. Dona 229 Callahan, Mike 229 Cameron, Keith 230 Campbell, Richelle 230 Candelaria. Ken 162, 230 Carmichael. Larry 109. 230 Carnley, james 230 Caron, Robert 230 Carpenter, Bobby 109, 230 Carpenter. Mike 109, 230 Cartledge, Lila 114, 162, 230 Cheney. john 230 Cheney. Peter 230 Chiarito, Tony 109, 230 Chrisan. Toulan 230 Christakos, Stephanie 114, 230 Clanzy. jessie 112, 160, 230 Clark, Sherrie 230 Clarke. Butch 230 Clihurn, Glenda 230 Cline, Kelly 121. 142, 230. 279 Clodfelter, Tina 116, 230 Coatney. Debbie 230 Coker. james 230 Coknougher. Terry 230 Collins, jeffrey 230 Condon, Ethel 112 Connelly, Sally 230 Cooper. Sandy 230 Copeland, Shirley 230 Cornett. Larry 112 Cotton, Keith 138. 267 Cowan, Robert 230 Craig, Becky 230 Cramer. Debbie Crowder, Debra Crowder, jeanine 114, 230 Crowder, Randy 230 Crowson, Crystal 109. 230 Curry, Deborah 230 Curtis, Denise 230 Custis. jeannie Dalton, William 230 Darby. Timothy Daugett, janet 230 Davenport. Patricia Davis. joey 230 Day, Mike 138. 230 Dean, Mike 230 Dearmon, Donna 109. 118, 120, 200, 230 Deer, Walter 230 Demario. Keith 230 Dembio, Kevin Demera, Steve 231 Deming, Dove Deschamplain, Roger 231 Devaux. john 158. 231 de Vaux, William 231 Dherde, jennifer 231 Dixon, Kenneth X il-AU Dobson, Lloyd 138, 231 Dombroski, Nancy 231 Douglas, Lisa 231 Dowdy, Carrol 231 Doyle, lames 231 Dreyer, Chris Duell, Mitch Dumoulin, lames 114, 162, 231, 259 Durrell, Delhart Eakes, Patricia Eakes, Ronald Earnhardt. Wanda 231 Eaves, Lee Ann 231 Eaves, Tami 109, 231 Edge, Peggy 231 Edmonston, Anthony 109, 115,231 Edwards, Sahron 109, 231 Ehlert, Caron 231 Elledge, Debby 112 Ellis, William 61, 165, 231 Enzer, Danny Erhart, Carol 231 Evans, Creta 231 Evans, Tyrone Evcritt, Cheryl 109, 121, 231 Farland, lay 109, 231 Fearson, Cedric 231 Feldman, Debra 114 Ferrari, Rick 232 Ferrin, William 232 Fiearra, Ray 232 Fieldeb, Samuel Fink, Robert 232 Fish, Karen 232 Fisher, Patty 231 Flanders, Mona 232 Fontenot, Matthew Ford, Daniel Fortune, Kathy 232 Fowler, Catherine 162. 232 Franklin, Danny 232 Frazier, Agnes 232 Freeman, Steven 124, 232 French, Tamara 232 Fuller, Loretta Gainey, Dale 232 Galloway, Rusty 232 Gamble, Casandra 232 Gardner, Walter 232 Garland, Debra 112, 232 Garlock, Stephen 232 Garriga, ludy 232 Giadrosick, Dana 112, 232 Giadrosick, Kirk 232 Gibson, Patti 142, 231. 232, 265, 275, 279 Gies, lacqueline Giglio, Cathi 232 Glass, David 233 Goldston, Deborah 109, 233 Gorman, Beverly 233 Graham, Amie 108, 116, 165. 233 Gray, Frederick 233 Gray, Thierry 233 Green, Charles Green, George 115, 233, 235 Green, Michael Greer, Harold Gross, Edward Groves, Donna 233 Groves, Scott 233 Gunderson, Vicki 233 Gurney, Theresa 109, 233 Gustman. Carl 120, 233 Gwin, Alan 109, 233 Haas, Teresa 83, 109, 118, 233 Hagan, Lee 233 Hall, Kathy Hall, Ricky 233 Hall, Thomas Hammond, Paula 233 Hancock, Melody 109, 118, 233 Hanson, Karen 114, 233 Harbeson, Nicola 233 Hare, Danny 138, 23,3 Harmon, Daniel 233 Harris, lames Harsh, Carol Heald, Charles 120, 233 Hearl, Angie 114, 165, 233 Helton, loseph 233 Helton, Nancy 233 Henderson, Theresa 233 Hendrix, Holly 233 Henson, lohn 120 Herrin, lames 233 Herring, Mark Hester, Samuel 112, 233 Hiekoki, Sharon Hicks, Christopher Hicks, Robert 233 Higginbotham, Angie Hill, Bethany 112, 233 Hinchcliffe, Mark 109 Hlawek, Robert 233 Hock, Elizabeth 233 Hockery, Susan 114, 233, 80 Hodge, Cynthia 233 Hodges, Cathleen 233 Holland, William Hohman, Virginian 112. 233 Hood, Kathleen 112, 233 Hood, Linda 233 Hormer, Randy Horner, Sandra 112 Horner. Suzy 233 House, Kim 233 Howard Don 233 Howard, Donna 112. 233 Howard, Frances Howard Sherry 234 Howard Susie 234 Hromadka, William 138 Hudgens, Denise 109, 12 1, 23 Hunter, Clyde Hurst, Robert Hutson, Susan 234 Ison, loyce 234 Ital, Connie lackson, Crista 234 lanca, Marta 234 lanca, Melissa 160, 234 lay, Arnold 234 lay, Rory Lee lenkins. Michelle 121. 234 lennings, Nyal 234 lohansen, Paul 61, 234 lohnson, Bob 234 lohnson, Brenda 234 lohnson, Curtis lohnson, Debra 234 lohnson, Laurie 112, 234 lohnson, Pamela 160 lohnson, Robert lohnson Thomas 234 lones, Cindy 234 lones, loAnn 234 lones, lohnnie 234 lones, Micheal 234 lones, Mitchel 234 lones, Ricky 234 lones, Sharon lones, William 234 lordan, Kenneth 138, 234 lordan, Terry ludkins, Scott 234 Kahsen. Ken 158, 234 Karlak, Phillip 234 Karlet, lohn 234 Kaufman, David 234 Keegan, Anna 234 Keel, Kathy 109, 116, 234 Keener, William Keith, Wendy 234 Kelly, Roy 234 Kelly, Scott 234 Kelly, Wilma loan Kerr. Harold 234 Kersten, Sandra 234 Ketchum, Mark 234 King, lames King, loey Kinsey, Greg 109. 234 Kinsey, Hartley 121, 234 Kirk, Louise Kirk, Wanda 160, 234 Kissam, Debra 234 Kitchens, limmy 234 Kite, lan 234 Komula, Karlyn 109, 165 Krekmeyer, Brad Krekmeyer, Dennis Labello, Mark 234 Laberge, Deborah 234 Lacy, Donald 234 Lagan, Teresa 234 Lahaye, Kathy 160, 234 Lambert, Barbara 118, 235 Lambert, Curtis 138, 156, 235 Lambert, Darlene 156, 235 Lance, Roy 235 4, 87 Lanelos, Perry Landen, Dale 235 Lang, Mary 109, 235 Langley, Ronna 235 Larouche, Patricia 109, 235 Larson, Mark 235 Lassiter. Alan 235 LaTrace. Adrian 112. 116, 235 Lay, Donna 235 Lee, William 158, 235 Lefebrve. Sharon 142, 162. 235, 279 Lemak, Mark 120. 235 Lenassi. Karen 235 Lengfeild, Niki 235 Leonard, lohn 109, 235 Lessard, Terry Lessner. Stephen Lester. Charles 235 Levitt. lohn 235 Lewis, Cliff 129, 133, 235, 124 Lewis, Laurie 109, 235 Littlefeild, Richard 235 Lombard, Richard 235 Long, Diana 121, 142, 143, 236, 279 Long, Tim 112. 236 Longnecker, Rodney Lott, Darlene 24, 24, 236 Lovelace, Melissa Lowery, Charles 236 Lumus, Tim 236 MaeDermut. Carol 236 MacGillivray. Kevin 236, 158 Madden, Bill 236 Madison, Cynthia 236 Maher, Gail 236 Malone, Don 236 Mancuso, Paul 112. 116, 236 Manley, Mary Ann 112, 116, 160, 236 Marin, ludy 236 Martin, Deborah 236 Mathews, Charles 120, 236 Mayfield, Darla 236 McCallister, Cedria McCaul, Richard MeClannon, lessie 231 I lndex!277 e McDaniel. Dane 127. 156. 124 McDaniel, Diane McCullough, Denise 236 McCormack, Carolyn 236 McCoskrie, john 236 McElroy, Amy 112. 236 McFarling, Clarence 236 Mclclattie, Ted 236 Mclntosh, Susan 160, 162, 236 McKibbon, Pat 237 McKinney, Anthony 237 McKinney. Gary 237 McKinney, Sharonia 112 McClean, Melton 237 McLeod. Richard 237 McMellon, Barbara 237 McMillan, Valerie 237 McMillian. William 237 McSwain. Phillip 237 McVay, Anthony 237 Medley, Renee 109, 237 Medlin, Marcia 108. 112, 237 Messina, Nancy 237 Michaels. Debbie 237 Milhous. Steve 237 Miller. Charles 237 Raboteaux, Florence 238 Miller, Dayton Miller. james Millner. Cynthia 237 Miller. Roy 237 Ming. Bruce Mink, Vickie 237 Moody, Kym 237 Moore, Tammy 237 Moreno, Pedro 237 Morgan, Dale 237 Morgan, Dewayne 109. 237 Morgan, Randy 237 Morrison, Phyllis 112, 237 Morse. Larry 237 Murie. Kim 109. 237 Murphy, Brian 120, 237 Murphy, Steve 237 Najarian, Pam 237 Navarre, Bernadette 237 Nelson, Debra 237 Nelson. Gina 112, 237 Nelson, jerry 237 Nichols, Russel 237 Norsevx, Patricia 237 Nutter, Susan 109. 237 Udum. Vickie 228, 237 Osburn. Melvin 109, 237 Ostrander, Donna 109, 237 Overturf, Mark 237 Owen, Cheryl 237 Page, David Page, Dianne 237 Page, Patricia 278!lndex Palmer, Phillip 237 Pape, james 237 Parker, Albrino 237 Parramore, Bruce 116, 121, 237 Partridge, Cathy 108. 237 Paschal, Myra 237 Pascoe, Gary 118. 238 Patterson, Marilyn 238 Patterson, Mike 238 Pearce, Kim 238 Peden, Laura 238 Peele, Pam 238 Penninger, Michael 238 Pentecost, Tina 238 Pentel, Lawrence 120, 238 Perkins, Craig 238 Perkins, janet 238 Perkins. Leesa 238 Perkins, Pam 238 Peterson, Hal 238 Pettis, Randall 238 Pettis. Willard Phillips. Kenny 120. 238 Pifer. Ann 109, 238 Ponder, joyce 160 Ponder, Renee 238 Ponder. Vincent 138. 156 Pope. Donna Porter. Steve 238 Porterfield. Ted 238 Poulsen, Sherry 238 Powell, Carl 238 Powell, Wanda 238 Prescott. Rita 112. 228, 238 Prescott, Steve 238 Presson, Anne 238 Previtt, Chris 238 Prince, Vera 112, 238 Pritchard, Brenda 109, 238 Pruitt. joAnn 113. 238 Ramsey, joe 238 Ranger, judith 160, 238 Ray, Carl Ray. Michael 231 Rayborn, joel Reamer, Elizabeth 238 Reaves. Pothina Redmon, Robert 238 Reid, Becky 108, 238 Reinlie, jeffery 25, 162. 228, 238 Rich, Steve 238 Richards, Steve 77, 120, 163, 238 Ridge, jean 238 Ritterman, Robert 120 Robert, Mark Roberson, Cheryl 238 Robinson, Fliery Robison, Diana 238 Rockstad, Charles 238 Rockstad, Katherine Rodgers, Tonya Sorrels, Timothy 109, 240 Souto. Carla 240 Spencer. Bobby 138, 240 Spencer, Paula Spindler, David 241 Spratling, Tonia 109, 241 Staben, Nick Steimle. David 241 Stein, Chris 241 Stephens, Carol 241 Steward, Randy Stewart, Angela 108, 120, 241 Stewart, Cindy 241 Stewart, Karen 241 Stewart. Kathy 116, 142, 143, 241 279 Stewart, Margaret Stewart. Michelle 112. 241 Rodriquez. joseph 165 Rogers, Kenny 87, 98. 115, 120, 138, 139. 156, 238, 243 Rogers, Kerry Rogers, Lee 112 Stiles, Darlene 114, 241, 265 Stokes, Pam 241 Stone, Rosemary 109, 241 Storch, David 241 Stubbs, Brenda 241 Summerlin, Ronald 241 Sumrall. Tim 241 Rogers. Virginia Rolison, jac 239 Ronk, Matt 239 Rouse, Brenda Rucker, Al Rucker. johny Rudolph, Linda 239 Rumyan, Vicky 239 Russ, Richard 239 Sakey, Phillip Salter. Willie Saunders, Suzanne 239 Sawyer, David 239 Scaife, Mary Scaife, Patricia Scaife, Willie 239. 144 Scandore, Michael 109. 239 Schultz. Eric 109. 118, 239 Schwaiger, jacquelyn 109 Schwaiger, joseph 109, 239 Scott, Dan 109, 239 Searing. johnny 239 Sefic. Venus 239 Seilham, Sharon 239 Setzer, Phillis 239 Setzer, Steve 239 Shaner, David Shaner, joAnn 239 Sheffield, Timothy 239 Sherrill, Kathy 239 Shipp. Cheryl 239 Shippee, Steve 239 Shirah, Venessa 239 Shireman, Carl 240 Sids, john 240 Sigman. Penny 240 Simmons, jerry 138, 240 Simmons, Peter 240 Simms, Mark 240 Si'npson, LeAnn 121. 142, 240 Sims, julie 112 Sizemore, Clifford 240 Sizemore, David 156, 240 Skelly, Eileen 240 Suozzo, Richard 241 Sutton, jonathan 109, 232, 241 Swann, Robert Tardiff, Paul 241 Tatum, jarrell 241 Taylor. Richard 241 Taylor. Starla 112, 116, 241 Taylor, Tim'241, 124 Tedder, Teresa 108, 112, 241 Thompson, Denise 241 Thomas. Glenda 160. 241 Thomas. Vann 241 Timm, Marc 241 Tona, Richard 241 Toole. Donna 241 Touchstone. Myron 241 Tremblay, Teresa Tucker, Mary 241 Vaccari, David 241 Valade, Kathy 108, 118. 241, Valentine. james Vance, Roy Vesey. Greg 164, 241 Vonderheide, Darlene 241 Vonderosten, Sharon 241 Vonsik, Kelly 241 Wade, Barry 162. 241 Wagner, Deborah 109, 241 Walden, Stephen 241 Walsh, Nora Wallace, jerome Wannamaker, Nathaniel 138 139 241 Ward. julie 241 Skillm an, Michael 240 Smith. David 240 Smith, jaCk 127, 129, 240, Smith, james 240 Smith, Ken Smith, Lydia 240 Smith, Robert 240 Smith, Timothy 240 Sneed, Soave, Patsy 112, 240 Michael 240 Sober, Steven 109, 232 Solley, Sorens Edward 240 en. Steve 240 Ward, Mark 241 Warren, Robin 160, 241 Watkins, Kenneth 241 Watson, Daniel 242 Watts, Wanda 242 Webb, Paula 112, 242 Welty, john 242 Wenzel, Mary 108, 160, 201, 242 Wesche, Sheila 109, 121, 242 Wesley. Durwood 242 West, Natalie 120, 242 West, Scott 138, 242 Westmore, Dorothy 113, 242 Whatley, Charles 242 Whitaker, jeanie Whitaker, Mark 109, 242 White, Charles Whitfield, Tracy 242 Wilkinson, Charles 242 Willard, Debbie 242 Willard, Mike 242 Williams, David 242 Williams, Tamara 242 Willis, Linda Willis, Donna 109, 242 Wilmer. Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Dnhorah 242 Iamos 242 Kenney 242 Randall 242 Winslow, Kim 242 Wise, Cynthia 242 Wolford, Tod Wood, Ladonna Worley, Greg 129. 136. Wourgioris, Shiela Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright. Wutke, You ng, Young, You ng. Young, Arnie 242 Debra 242 Elvis Ptztc 242 Susan 242 Steven 138, 242 Carolyn Deborah 242 Larry 242 Rohort 242 Yow. 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Will I . . . ever . . . want to? 287 The 1973-74 Valhalla staff owes thanks to many people for the creativity and unique- ness of this yearbook. I would like to express our gratitude to Mr. Steve Nesham and Lorri Studios for the senior por- traits, underclass pictures, and record shots: to Mr. Aden So- well, Mr. Ron Page and Ms. Claudia Douglas, Paragon rep- resentatives, for hailing us out of many tight situationsg to Mr. Tony Malik for devel- oping and printing photo- graphsg to Ron Branson of The Playground Daily News for the UPI wire photosg to Mike Shelton for his color photo- graphs: and to Betty Malik, Rick Hord and Neal Konneker for their photography. I extend great thanks to Mr. C.F. Reynolds, Mr. Bill May, the custodial staff, administra- tion and faculty for coopera- ting with our many needs and for putting up with our antics during fourth period and dur- ing the lengthy weekends and nights spent working in the school. A special thank-you goes to Ms. Lee Campbell for her amazing organization of our finances. My deepest appreciation goes to the 19 staff members who did a tremendous job. They made working on the year- book enjoyable and inter- esting. But even with the world's best staff, it is not imaginable to have produced this book without Ms. Marilyn Lambert. She has been both friend and advisor. I earnestly hope that the 1973- 74 Valhalla has captured the many wonderful events which will help you to remember this "Year of the Viking" at Fort Walton Beach High School. Sincerely yours, awe? Editor-in-chief ' ' Curriculum editor Curriculum staff members Classes editor Senior class editor V junior class. editor ,1 Sophomore class editor Classes staff members Sports editor Sports staff members Student Life editor Organizations editor Organizations staff members Ads editor ,V Adsstaff members I ' Senior Directory editor Senior Directory staff lndex editor Index staff members Opening and Closing Ph otogra phers Arioediwr Typist Advisor fi Eileen tvtIeCarthy . g lim Livingston Edith Ioliansen Cyndi Hudgens Cyndi Hudgens - , Kathy Black Karen Brantley Wayne Fossler Edith Iohansen Iackie Brunnworth - Eileen McCarthy Iim Livingston RickeygBryant --'Mary Cockerill Edith Iohansen Karen Brantley Kathy Black 'liffflyndi Hiidgens I Sarah Daniels Kenny Rogers Pthillippa Stanton . if Steve Ritzhards Wayne Fossler Edith Iohansen Rosemarie Roberson ' 'Mike Robertson Sarah Daniels Steve Chasse , iff Iim Livingston I I Rickey Bryant Wayne Fossler Richard Frisk ' t rSarahfEDaniels I Mark Merriam Mary Cockerill Mark Merriam 1449 Richa-rd Frisk Steve Richards Mike Robertson Stevegyflhasse Sarah' Daniels I Barbara Tona Ms. Marilyn Lambert .,, 7 . 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