Fort Worth Country Day School - Flight Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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I K r A, 1 , , M., - 'lv . ,, 1' j M Y ' H101-fy n fgk-,dan - W V H mv' , haw rw, A V 1 -' 'ir f or' Q., ,Y ,,' A SVA 4 L' V, V 4 4 fn,' ' ""' qv., .4 I MMA W, .., -- f.W4., fq1?'4" ,,' 1. , I' ' Q nh M 1 4 ft, . fi 2 zz, ,,,, -, LA: P'-...4 i P in a 1s ' 0 nf L, 9 W Q 1' W ay, ' m I 9 3 0 7 s 'A-- ww, ?fg4h' .,3 Y Q 5 11 ff f ' 1 'WSW S , 6 Q W. .y, 5 5 A 5 s 4 5 5 y 1 ' ' 4 tv x l 'K J ha wa it wg 2, vs! -Af Q Q x 5'f"Q 0 , Q lr V W' , fe '4 H' J N 1, M 'I as M M. W '42 -fr' 2 an ' , Howdy, Y'oII! The first week of school wos designoted os Howdy Week by the cheerleoders ond the Folcon Force. Its pur- pose wos to ocquoint freshmen ond' new students to the Upper School ond to renew old friendships thot hod been seporoted over the summer. During the week, eoch closs hod o swimming porty. The students olso dressed up in sofori clothes on "Hunt The l3eorcots" doy, Members of the Folcon Spirit wore their uniforms ond the cheerleoders fired up the student body ot the Howdy pep rolly. Fridoy night, three busloods of Folcon fons orrived in Pilot Point, Texos to support their teom in its first gome of the seoson. The fun-filled Howdy Week ended with o donce on Sotur- doy night sponsored by the Student Council feoturing Reunion. Corol Dickey ond Dori Buckner ore reody to hunt the Pilot Point Beorcots. fit' Hi" ,gq,,,jQ:,.f, '47 A :xr- Stephen Moberry ond Alon Blonkenship give Cothy Miley o free swim lesson ,fv- "U-Q... Jeff Posey ond Ricky Robinson rry our for cheerleading. if 35 fig' '4' .JT eff Jig If "+9"1' .-3 , . 1. in 'N.,,Mn i 1 f .igqg ui 4, ,fiiw iw 1 - ,Cain-wfi3-' " e eg J' X,.vfi,. NW .l L .f -q in f i The cheerleaders roundup rhe srudenr body in rhe firsr pep roily of rhe yeor. Noncy Sumner ond Eieonor Mouze Ieod rhe cheering on rhe bus ro rhe Pilot Point gome. 11 Jennifer Lovette munches out with sixth-grode trip to Austin. 1' 12 Q fx N. 'x Hewey ot the , ,fi in Time Mochine on the Kirk Fisher is ,lo-J' f Q - r W"""""Y , ine eighth-grode boys exhibit their cheerleading skills. over Jett rroley s cotch Life in Middle School mei Ernmo Growold, Socho Atkinson, Liso Sweeney, Mott Burke, ond Wolton Alexonder reod "Boskv Robin" while woitino for their ice creom Life in Middle School is hectic. The eighth grode boys prepore to trop the eighth grode girls. Jeff Posey Ieods the crowd in yelling, "Fire Up." Seniors porry or the homecoming donce, Cynrhio Porker puts her decororlng rolenrs ro work on Allen Hodges' room. Y 21" Y ..' . The cheerleoders perform ot the Homecoming pep rolly Rob Kimzey, Todd Liles, ond Dione Wolworth point posters under Pom Corbett s supervision. We A .. Homecoming Hits Home Homecoming week wos o greot success. During the weels, the girls decoroted the footboll ployers' rooms with streomers, bolloons, posters, ond condy. Eoch closs hod o poster pointing porty to prepore decorotions for o specific port of the com- pus. On Fridoy, the Upper School Cheerleoders "fired up" the school during the pep rolly, On the Soturdoy following the gome, the homecoming donce tools ploce ot the Hyott Regency, With the entertainment of music by Lynx ond the ouro of victory ofter the Fort Worth Christion gome, it wos on elegont ond enjoyoble homecoming donce. The crowd is eloted over the Folcon's victory over Fort Worth Christion. Life Lower School Lower bchoolers woir for their coroool , L L in Yr af Second groders enjoy recess .ss Adrienne Cloy ond Wesley Meekins struggle to do their lost ten sit-ups during sports. Jennifer Robinson enjoys her closs work. sz Q U 'Q '?""g5 'im Mrs. Mory Stoddords first Qroders reheorse for their ploy. SQPSWL Joson Wingord, John Lovette, ond Brion Roper celebrore Johns birthdoy ot the Siiver Wheel. The fourth grode closs omozes Mrs. Lindo Simmons with their mosk-moising tolents. Motthew Johnson is ostounded by the massive omount of Christmos presents thot the students hove collected for the needy. Don Pollock enjoys making funny faces, Donno Sonders ond her freshmon con crew find nutrition ct Country Doy School os they dispioy some of the OOCD cons collected for Urbon Ministries, 18 "Fu U Mt -n. E ,,-S., HOLIDAYS BRING JGYFUL FACES As the evenings grew dorker ond the moon become vivid oronge, Country Doy prepored for Holloween. The third groders ond Middle Schoolers tediously corved their pumpkins, tronsforming them into ghouls, spiders, ond even the Urbon Cowboy. Some closses prepored to score their teochers, while others scored eoch other, As the homework begon to pour on, the students storted to think of the long Christmos Vocotion oheod. The students, not being greedy, reoched out to the community. The Lower Schoolers filled up the Atrium with toys to be given to needy children. The Middle Schoolers ond Upper Schoolers collected over QOOO conned goods ond gove them to Ur- bon Ministries. Both the Upper School ond Lower School hod speciol Christmos ossemblies to demonstrote their orchestrol ond vocol tolents. First grode xylophonists provide the music for the choir. Kristi Kell intends to bringjoy ond good will to Country Doy. HOT SPOTS ON CAMPUS 5 ,, , J E' f.--. , , . , , W,,,, ' 5415- I , , A 1 , A " - , K .2252 :iii :55 'P ' - 1 , w g? if , 5, yy I ff,,,s,L,w: 4, ,E ,, 1 ' A F L 4 I, A ,. 2 'Q i f . f vjlfgiw Q. f'gw5w, .f , H ag , E ' V, . , . ,.., . ,, H .. .- A ff " 1 ' A LQ ' L .. L f 5 l ' L -E i A 1 ' ' "" V , r .. Q Em? f 2 ,5iEf" V f . 5 if :rg - 5 ' pf. WI f H V :Q - 1 , 'A 'UV PHONE 20 UPPER SCHOOL PARKING LOT f--I 1 LOWER SCHOOL PLAYGROUND A 1 X E ,HH MIDDLE SCHOOL HALL A-N, I 1 TCU LIBRARY A HOT SPOTS OFF CAMPUS fc I bv-.M A W E, 'I ELECTRONIC GAMES GALLIGASKINS The Way It Was In the News Lady Diana and Prince Charles were married and expecting a child . . . NATO of- ficer Dozier was kidnapped by ltaly's Red Brigades . . . Sandra O'Conner became first female to serve on the Supreme Court . . . Crippen and Young co-piloted the space shuttle Columbia on its first flight . . . Turkish terrorist attempted to kill the Pope . . . Mit- terand became President of France . . . Air Florida Airliner crashed in Washington, D.C., killing seventy-two . . . Two walkways at Hyatt Regency in Kansas City collapsed . . . Med Fly threatened agricultural industry in California . . . Deaths included: Omar Bradley, William Holden, Will Durant, Natalie Wood, Paul Lynde, Anwar Sadat, and Moshe Dayan . , . Air Traffic Controllers went on strike and lost The Atlanta Murders Trial was held James Brady went home from hospital eight months after the assassination attempt on Reagan . . . Polish Prime Minister Jaruzelski declared martial law. In Entertainment Video games, stole billions of quarters The infamous Rubik's cube occupied hours of frustration . . . To escape from the real world, Sony came out with Walkman ll forjoggers, skiers, etc .... Some of the best movies were: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Reds, Ragtime, Arthur, and On Golden Pond . . . Willie Nelson and Bob Hope came to Billy Bob's on New Year's Eve Everyone jammed to the Stones, ACIDC, Journey, The Babys, Van Hallen, Dan Fogelberg, Loverboy, Ozzie Osborne, Cars, and Foreigner Among the favorite soaps were General Hospital, All My Children, and One Life to Live. X In Sports John McEnroe interrupted Borg's winning streok of Wimbledon . . . Alobomds Beor Bryont reoched his 315th victory The 49ers defeoted the Bengols in Superbowl XVI lndionopolis 500 took over four months to finish . . . Frozier ond Ali were still fighting "Fother Time" Clemson wos ronked os the best college footboll teom Boseboll strike upsets the notion Pleosont Colony won the Kentucky Derby . . . Dodgers defeoted the Yonkees in the World Series . . . Coe got the world record 0:48.53 mile in Zurich Nineteen yeor old Corl Lewis wos the first to win in both trock ond field events since Jesse Owens. He olso broke o record 100 meter run ond "hod the longest non-oltitude long jump ever." Boston defeoted Houston in the pro-bosketboll finols , . . ln college bosket- boll, the Hoosiers were Number One , . . Sugor Roy Leonord finolly kept l-leorms down ofter fourteen rounds . . . Kothy Whitworth become the first LPGA coreer millionoire . . . Tom Wotson won the Mosters ond Dovid Grohm won the U.S. Open. 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' '1111111 111 1 1' 53'-1 11-11: 11 ,Al 9. li'2"i A 5 'Q 'ws - 'NV Q 3"Tf. l fb M 1 xiii' m""NQhp...., INV Eve Ettinger studies the pressure of HQO. Hilary Tomlinson ond Corey Howkins improve their reading skills by using the SRA method. :lar -5557515 W ls l L lg J I .. Louren Meekins ond Alexondro Teogue use teomwork ond "Speck ond Moth" to complete their homework. Potrick Fischer, Alicio Boiley, ond Dudley Snyder reod olong with the record. Q N:'1,..t..,,.wq -an-...Mn if gn- sl - Mrs. Ruth Anne Royel's third-grode Sponish closs demonstrotes o culrurol mexicon donce. Mrs. Potricio Drogset's second groders enjoy o story in the librory, wwW f iffy!!! W V r W 44 ' :VIV K ,.: V: hm or LS Promotes lndividuolity Lower School provided the first stepping stone in the life of o few lucky kids. The cur- riculum wos designed to promote in- dlviduolity ond teomwork. The first obstocle wos in kindergarten, where the children leorned to get olong without their porents, ot Ieost for o few hours. First groders were introduced to simple orithmetic ond grommor. From first grode on, the students porticipoted in librory skills closs once o week. Foreign longuoge begon in third grode where the student mode o choice between French ond Sponish. Also in third grode, geogrophy ond mop skills were introduced. ln fourth grode, occeleroted moth students were encouroged to move into o horder ond more demonding moth progrom. ln oddi- tion to their regulor ocodemic studies, the fifth groders leorned obout drugs ond nutrition. Locey Jones ond Pinku Doshi wonder where they ore going next. SS Walton Lowrence ortempts o bosic mulripiicotion problem on the boord. Stephonie LeBIonc gives her frog o cold shower in Biology closs, ri 3 1: V v 324 gl 1 9 vw: fa' X 'fx "Quit monkeying oround!" soys Mr, Por McQuiIIon to his history closs. if Ky? Brooke Lively and Sacha Atkinson compare magazines written in French and Spanish. i" 1' S . Emil , , S bf ...Q - Mrs. Sharon Foster and her eighth graders dig into their rats. MS Encourages Independence g Middle schoolers had a very structured environment with little unscheduled time. Their seven-hour day included five 45- minute academic classes, an hour-and-a- half sports period, lunch, and a 50-minute fine arts period. The English program was designed to in- crease student competence in composition and reading comprehension. Sixth graders studied three books dealing with Greek mythology. They also studied Shaeffer's Shane and Ullman's Banner in the Sky. Seventh graders studied Rawlings The Yearling, Burnford's The Incredible Journey and Lewis' The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Eighth graders studied two Jack London novels, Call of the Wild and White Fang, and Knowles' A Separate Peace. ln addition sixth and eighth grade students studied Greek and Latin roots extensively, Most Middle school students took first level French or Spanish. The students were introduced to the sounds of the spoken language and to the culture of the people who spoke the language, They studied grammar and their ability to write in the foreign language was strengthened by structured exercises. Sixth graders studied ancient history, em- phasizing Greece and Rome. They made a trip to Austin in connection with their study of Texas History. Seventh graders studied American History from Exploration to 1860 while eighth graders continued the study of American History and had a short study on Russian History. Skills in critical evalua- tion and collection of statistical and research data were stressed in all grades. The Middle School Math program reviewed basic concepts and introduced more depth in basic concepts as well as new concepts and technique. Pre-algebra skills and concepts were stressed. The eighth grade accelerated students had a full course in introductory algebra. The sixth grade science program includ- ed a sampling of both the physical and the biological sciences, while the seventh grade program provided the student with a basic understanding of botany and zoology. The eighth grade science cur- riculum was a two-part program. The first emphasized the study of mammals and the development of man and some of his major social problems. The second part was a study of earth science and basic geological concepts. Students Receive College Credit In order to groduote, eoch student wos required to complete twelve terms of English, complete the moth courses through Fundomentols ond Trigonometry or Anolysis 1, six terms of history, three yeors of o Ionguoge, o term eoch of Art ond Music history, ond economics. Once these requirements were met, students generolly tools those closses they wonted to toke. Advonced plocement courses were offered to those seniors who hod fulfilled the groduotion requirements. Those courses prepored students to o tolse college SOTFOOCG exominotions which, if they scored well, ollowed them to ploce out of college hours. "E M an Virginio Dowling ond Courtney Hughes study cen- tripetol motion in physics lob. Amy Rooch gently hondles her fetol pig during Biology. ffm , ss, Z, -. -3. .- Mr. Art Burke helps Donno Sonders with her colculus, f- f ? 7 " 't ff f , i Q ' xg SS M Q As. Anne Robinson becomes on ogre when she sees Todd Liles ond Sheryn Atkinson reoding CIiff's notes. IQ C ls5,Le'::2 ss s ... t be ' ,f A ' Elizobeth Dishron ond Don Meeker study their Sponish 4 'A' ""' together. t W f Y' -f . Pigj4 f,t,r uv' ved' uf- ,..-'::1'f,:.' 1 2' -11.-' ',.-M s :,.,f1 ,...g:. , . 3 .ef was 1 'SQ' - ff gr 'ii' Angelo Bohl hos the whole world in her honds. Chorles Zubieto ond Peter Trochtenberg ploy o computer gome. Patrick Cadenhead tries to tame his kindergarten Lions. The fourth graders turn into spacemen an the "Voyager," S w.w,+i, fs News mmwema Peter Hardie and Edmund Pillsbury act out a scene from the Old West at the Kindergarten rodeo, Jennifer Revels and Annabelle Brown talk with author Barbara Corcoran about her books. our Let's Get Together After eoch long grueling week of hord work, the Lower School students ond teochers looked forword to o breok. Every Fridoy morning from eight-thirty to nine, the Lower School hod on ossembly. Eoch closs wos ossigned to coordinote two pro- groms per yeor for their clossmotes. These progrorns included short ploys ond skits. Some speciol progroms included the kindergorten's circus, cornporoble to Ringling Brothers ond Bor- num ond Boiley's, ond o reol western rodeo. The librorions or- ronged speciol ossernblies for three noted outhors. Borboro Cor- coron lectured on onirnol stories ond mysteries. Steven Kellogg, picture book writer, influenced the fifth grode to write picture books for the Kindergorteners to reod. Poet Ashley Bryons eloquence ornozed the children ond exponded their knowledge on Africon folk toles. Other interesting ossemblies included the Book Chorocter Porode ond the Tolent Show. Eoch fifth grode student become o chorocter ond reviewed the book he reod. The third grode took on the responsibility of orgonizing the Lower School Tolent Show. They did everything from judg- ing to preporing the progroms. Mrs, Lee Buchonon is not frightened by the Kindergartens bicycling beors. lysis: wir ww, Wi? Wm? Q, s, BK iv fan.. - Us M gxi ' Wir fi Q, nw ., M We . ,4y, 9 mx- my fi S an M me it U21 , 2 1 Sornontho Boss ond Courtney Potts soy, "Practice mokes perfect." Kotri Coll ond Kristen Penny nervously owoit for their oudition for the tolent show. The Lower School string section performs ot on ossembly. ss-ss q . W . . Y' - ' N :S W . -Vere Richord Stevens, Lourie Ferguson, Mork Kendoll, ond Volerie Corely reheorse for the upcoming perfor- mance of Homelin Pays the Piper. 'll-e.. Mrs. Vivion Potts conducts the Middle School orchestro. The Upper School orchestro performs or the Christmos progrom while the chorus woits its turn. Rondy Conn proctices o solo with his French horn. Students Perform Students from oll grodes either leorned, ployed, or enjoyed music in some woy. All Lower School students took generol music two doys per week. Grodes one through four were toughr by Mrs. Irene Kilborne ond grode five by Mr. Alon Potts. Students por- ticipoted in musicol discovery using xylophones ond percussion in- struments os well os singing ond movement. String instruments were offered os on elective for students in grodes three through five. The Middle School orchestro wos divided into two closses - beginner ond intermediote. The beginners worked in smoll groups to Ieorn bosics while the intermediotes leorned to ploy in lorge groups. Upper School orchestro hod severol different sections. The or- chestrct for odvonced ployers occomponied the Upper School theoter production. The Lob Bond Clozz Ensemble? consisted of the bross, percussion, ond sox ployers. They worked onjozz music ond performed severol times. The Chomber orchestro for odvonced ployers seemed to be the "showcase" of the Upper School or- chestrol deportment by performing oround the city. The theoter, heoded by Mr. Al Violo, wos os lively os ever. The Middle School Theotre Mochine put on The Sound of Music while the sixth groders performed some short ploys. The Upper Schoolers performed South Pacific in the spring. The technicol crew worked ond supplied the stoge props for oll the performonces. Upper School theoter students proctice for South Pacific. L27 e Egiloof Lqjnvafrv acfzinv Presents THE SOUND OF MUSIC Book and Lyrics by Music by OSCAR HAlVlNIERSTElN,lI RICHARD RODGERS Entire Production Under the Supervision of ALBERT T. VIOLA Ch0re09'aphV PY Musical Director JULIE IVICNIAHON ALAN pOTTS Costumes HELEN IVIATTIZA TECHNICAL THEATER CREW. third row: Mr. Al Violo, Bill Ryon, Bobby McGe-hee, Mox Elo, Mrs. Helen Morizzo, ond George Sreelep second row: Liso Gronr, Louro Donnell, Elizoberh Freese, Peter Plenls ond Donny Willis: first row: Bill Steele, Beth Coldron, ond Bichord Porrs 38 Morio CTrocy Brown? ond Coproin Georg Von Troop Cllick Hoplsinsh finolly hove o quiet momenr rogerher, THE VON TRAPP FAMILY. Kun Uef-f FroleyD, Friedrich QTony l-lodnerrb. Louiso CTino Oferob, Morio Cirocy Brownb, Grerl Uennifer Robinsonb, Coproin Von Tropp Cllick l-lopkinsb, Brigitte CAngeIo Tilleyb, Liesl CMory Nolonb, ond Morro CCourrney Fronksb. If Q A I 1 V .! E 1 Q XR...-ff if 'OWL 3 .i ,. .ww 5 if if N!! an guna, 3-urn, 1 1' 'hx -aw I f ww.,-, Art Offers Variety The Lower School Art Program encourag- ed the students in many aspects of art. They worked with weaving, printmaking, drawing, painting, and batiking. The third graders worked with hand puppets while the fifth graders concentrated on Indian designs. All grades created murals portray- ing towns, villages, transportation, stores, and highways to which each student con- tributed something. The Middle Schoolers worked with weaving, cartooning, clay and had the same program as the Lower School, but on a different basis. The Upper Schoolers, on the other hand, had three sections to their program. The General Art class got a taste of everything, as the Lower'School and Middle Schoolers did. Students could also take independent study such as paper- making. Specialized classes were offered each term in which students could take basketry, ceramics, or painting. The Art Honor Society made special ef- forts and arranged to have several artist's in residence such as Blue Corn, a noted In- dian potter, who taught all levels of students about Indian Pottery as well as their culture. Other artists in residence in- cluded, Brooke Alexander who explained papermaking techniques to the students and Barbara Goldstein who explained and demonstrated watercolor techniques. -- l Blue Corn and her daughter demonstrate their style of making pottery. Mrs. Lelia Koeppe and Ms. Evelyn Seigel keep a clean house in the Art Department. John McKay says, "You gotta have art." ,, ' f - - 'QV 2 , ,. fi . Z f. s ,426 tiir Q M .,.,. I ,, 2 . :QQ 1 f . i c i w ,..,, A., at , ' if in .W may-'A ,. I ..,, . , ,W Ei 4 Mrs. Sue Smith helps Jennifer Goldrnon ond Mory McDermott with their yorn Pueblo designs. Mork Henderson creotes the first poper moche Jeon Cloude Killy, Rob Kimzey is pleased ot the progress he hos mode on his poper making project 'D Q NATIONAL MERIT. Brion Boscom ond Mork Bunting, semi-finolisrsg ond Jill Peorson, finolist, ,., I - an U 5 Iful i y g lr K . ' 15 rf zmnsaif zfi .. v,,,, , ffm-M Pl V5 EV ' f W? 'fx fm! Q TIIHKMTYKJC' H MU ALPHA THETA. back row: Kirk Deon, Jorrerr Minron, Mike Neben, Edward Sonkory, Mork Bunting, Jeff Rortikin, Jeff Melch, Nick Weir, ond Mr. Arr Burkeg first row: Noncy Sumner, Melindo Murrell, Poige Potrerson, ond Leslie Anderson. K D SOCIETY. second row: Jeff Cockerhom ond Philip Eisner, first row: Corolyn Shelton, Mr. Al Violo, Devon Gilbert, Shondo Sheots, Leemon, Brooke Hyde, Nick Weir, ond Brod Stiles. CHI ALPHA MU. second row: Trocy Brown, Phoebe Yee, Mike Melch, Trey Gibbs, Wode Costello, Philip Liong, Anne-Morie Siddons, Angelo Tilley, ond Mr. Art Burke, first row: Liso Stoncukos, Deon Schreier, Russell Lutz, Jeffrey Simon, ond Debro Rubin. ART HONOR SOCIETY. fourth row: Kim Kennedy, Kristen Motzinger, Soroh Steves, ond Elcio Silvo, third row: Rob Kimzey, Todd Liles, Bill Killpock, ond Jeff Brondq se- cond row: Mrs. Evelyn Siegel, Tino Loroque, Melisso Wont, ond Cloire Gorrett, first row: Louro Leonord, Brent Howthorne, ond Noncy Sumner. The Quiz Bowl team is thrown into deep concentration during o practice session. 'VE it Q. . ' ef: X 5 . I gi" li QUIZ BOWL TEAM. second row: Mr. Art Burke, Lee Cox, Mott Head, Brent Hawthorne, Randy Chappel, ond Mr. Bob Adams: flrst row: Robert Simon, Jane Trachtenberg Mark Bunting, ond Nick Weir. IPPER SCHOOL NEW STUDENTS. Mortho Belury, Norio Miyogo, Michoel Holden, Dovid Block, John Zubieto, ond Morion Odenq front row: Liz itopp, Robin Brittoin, Shondo Sheots, ond Trocie Foster, Q 0 U ' f :ir s K ' tl . M LY - Y - K' . i N' gl my , UDENT COUNCIL. third row: Richord Poyne, Ricky Robinson, Ty Toylor, Dick Steed, id Trey Gordon, second row: Borboro Scroggie, Jeff Posey, ond Mike Sonkory, first av: Courtney Hughes, Julie Berneli, ond Courtney Lel3loncg not pictured: Soroh eves ond Rob Kirnzey. tc JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. second row: Mrs. Normo Wilkerson, Mr. Will Stonsbery, ond Mr. Murph Honeo, first row: Allyson Rottikin, Soroh Medory, Jeff Rortikin, ond Kristi Keil, Fourth groders, Suzy Newson, Christopher Corhom, Lee Shropshire, ond Todd Roinwoter, look ot the poper they helped creote. Mpusy vi' ..au1"' Scotty Sonkory, Dovid Atkinson ond George Bynum exomine the Iotest edition of The Talon. Hifi Mrs. Dione Orr ond Ashley Roodhouse ore omused ovef the editoriol cortoon. Emily Hudson works on the layout for the sports page of The Quill. Q-. ll ' .us 5 Q small Fa' . 'S is- - UF' Darla Thorton and Carol Dickey are amazed at how well their names look in print. Quill Wins Medalist Award The Upper School newspaper, The Falcon Quill, under the leadership of ad- visor, Mrs. Diane Orr and editor, Ashley Roadhouse, won the Columbia Scholastic Press Award. Ashley attended the S.M.U. Journalism Camp during the summer where she was chosen as one of the top writers at the camp. Each paper included a "profile" as before and a favorite new ad- dition was "athlete of the month." The Talon was put out by two Middle School Journalism classes under the supervi- sion of Mr. Terry O'Brien and Mrs. Vanderwerken, a part-time teacher from T.C.U. The paper reported on Middle School happenings and included crossword puzzles as well as original works, such as poems, by the students. Mrs. Bonnie Carmicheal's fourth grade class was responsible for the Lower School newspaper, Feats and Features. The paper extensively covered all important Lower School happenings as well as publishing original artwork and writings of students. l ADS STAFF. Stephanie Sumner, Melanie Gaines, Kim Cruce, Carolyn Shelton, Darla Thornton, Kay Chambers, Alice Miles, Manager - Melissa Miteff, Donna Sanders, Cynthia Parker, and Christine Chambers. Virginia Dowling and Celia Cirone have a major depression session over spending their weekend at school. ,ffl K vw0wg,g,,,w x gif' X 'Q 4,5 Business Manager Mark Bunting and Business Advisor Mr. Ron Kohn get ready to sell mugshots. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF. Jimmy Prindle, Brent Hawthorne, Cynthia Parker, Kim Bugg, and Dean Schreier EDITORIAL STAFF. back row: Advisor Mrs. Laura Ferguson, Kay Lowrance, Sheryn Atkinson, Beverly Gardner, and Becky Deacon, front row: Co-editors Virginia Dowling and Celia Cironeg not pictured: Kristi Keil. Sheryn Atkinson helps Kristi Kell with her wrestling layouts. - l -. 5 fin W- Deadlines Are Deadly Flight '82 came about as the result of many stressful, tedious, and fun-filled days. Before the work began, the staff, led by Celia Cirone, Virginia Dowling and advisor Mrs. Laura Ferguson, did not know exactly what was in store for them. They first met during the sum- mer for a one-week workshop at S.M.U. in Dallas where they made important decisions on theme and content. Contrary to years in the past, the entire staff worked as a whole. As a result, the working conditions were much more pleasant. The photography staff was small in size, therefore, many of the pictures were taken by the Editorial members themselves. The Middle School photography class under the supervision of Mr. Bob Jones, contributed some of their work to the yearbook. Flight '82 was financed largely by ads sales and patron donations. While Milissa Miteff, ads manager, spread her staff throughout Fort Worth to sell ads, business manager, Mark Bunting and advisor Mr. Ronald Kohn handled the bookkeeping and the selling of mugshots. Despite many close calls and near nervous breakdowns, the staff successfully met every deadline by working late night hours and many weekends. 49 'QA' ff- K 9, -vm..-igg 'Q WN fx I if if QV gf ' ,Q . v . 0 Q Morgery Hodges ond Kelly McLeon donce to the Folcon beot Kelley Roodhouse, Bobbie Dixon, ond Courtney Le-Bloncjump for o victory. mf , in V Sami-'. Hill! A 1 'H we vs N 'Qi y-h. Middle School boys ossist the cheerleoders ot o pep rolly. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS. third row: Kelley Roodhouse ond Courtney LeBloncg second row: Kothryn Albers ond Bobbie Dix- on, first row: Beth Hollond. w I MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS, fourth row: Allison Walsh, Anne Marie Siddons, Jill Gordon, and Stacy Stoddard: third row: Jill Fraley and Stephanie LeBlanc, second row: Paige Farris and Molly Chambers, flrst row: Jennifer Garner and Allison Street. 1 Allison Walsh, Stacy Stoddard, and Paige Forris smile after a Falcon victory. A 4 Lf' ' ,fuel v VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. second row: Tyla Whipp, Amy Walsh, Margery Hodges, Kathy Blankenship and Christine Chambers, flrst row: Kelly McLean, Sara Armstrong, Ann Barksdale, Bari Buckner, Brooke Hyde and Pam Corbett. "Whos kidnopping who?" Cynthio Porker ond Emily Hudson come to kidnop Joey White only to find him reody ond woiting. Ashley Roodhouse, Folcon Force president, sells tickets to Emily Hudson for the donce sponsored by the Folcon Spirit. l ,V 74 C' no 'Q 'Z I .1 my The eighth grode boys give Mr, Don North o hord time during o Middle School pep rolly. "Mother Spirit," Mrs. Poulo White, gives instructions to some of the freshmon girls obout their "secret brothers." W is CDS HAS SPIRIT M, ,rf Middle Schoolers onxiously owoit for the pep rolly to begin. THE FALCON FORCE. fourth row: Renee Rimmer, Melisso Miteff, Donna Sanders, Dorlo Thorton, ond Alice Miles, third row: Corolyn Shelton, Susie Chombers, ond Bor- boro Scroggieg second row: Devon Gilbert, Kim Fisher, Julie Bernell, ond Trish McMocl-tin, first row: Christion Gunter, Allyson Rottikin, Soroh Anthony, ond Jennifer Lipscomb, not pictured: Ashley Roodhouse. X "' . . a ,. ,Nz .. ,Q r, ffikiiw: imma- i :'ksw:.,::fss+: K .X , few-L ...ff-' -' , A.Q. .C J.53g,w'f.-'5"i11- PEP? CDS Falcons, State Champs Under the leadership of Coach Sal Anicito, the Upper School football team had one of its most successful seasons ever - with a record of 11-1 and two con- ference championships, For the first time ever, the Country Day football team went to the State playoffs and won the State Championship with a 33-7 victory over Abilene Christian. The team also won the Southwest Prep. Conference Championship. Among the top players in the Metroplex were: quarterback Mark Vincent with 28 passes, Jim Harycki with the most touchdown catches - nine for the season, and Steve Nolan who was among the top five point scorers with a total of eighteen touchdowns. The overall offense finished up second in the Metroplex with over 400 points total. .fs vi., g Guy Holland listens attentively as Coach Anicito gives hlm Instructions for the next play. f ii. UPPER SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM. fifth row: Coaches - Pat McQuIllan, Randell Baldwin, Sal Anlclta, Will Stansbery, Jerry Reese, and Joe Murph, fourth row: Dlck Steed, Marshall Boyd, John Unsworth, Ty Taylor, Richard Payne, Harry Johnson, Jay Propes, William Harvey, Ben Smith, and Manager Lee Cox, thlrd row: Brett Hyde, Phil Fean- , ny, Scott Thomas, Charles Arnold, Kirk Claunch, Jack Belton, Kenny Fischer, Joe Bailey, Jimmie Prindle, Jim Buffington, Rich Jeffers, and Craig Bonham: second row: Allen l Hodges, John Jones, Nick Weir, Edward Sankary, David Bonham, Jlm Harycki, Mark Vincent, Mark Bynum, Guy Holland, Jeff Brand, Todd Hodnett, and Chris Springer, first row: Bourke Harvey, Christoph Lletmann, Philip Trew, Rlcky Robinson, Steve Nolan, Jeff Posey, Jeff Hallum, Jeff Garner, Jeff Rattikin, Mlke Corbett, Paul Dickerson, and ' Steve Rutledge. The Falcon defense lines up to orrock. - FR:--:-Kwiiiiiaix.-..If 551'.z::'iE:5:'Il2z,f:5:f... F- K . .. .. -V .. , .. .. M-We 7- V --e:e-X::-H,,-.- ., H --,.:.:..e1..mf..- H A -V ,, :5i,l15X' 3if35L'5S5:2i:ii-'ii-w''fl- i'?':?iQ55'11'T:55?r ' fx-fs?-'THf"1'1-.. , :X kj-3qgk:Jf?,3S3ggg. ffl- 13, jj, .-wfsF:w'Mf::f- is-fiiseiWJ?-s1ff:.f,,,fX:. ,.-5M:2aww:g---A.: ig-erQ,g::e: I ,..,l,eif3w5-Ki: ,,, I - ifififwmaffi is,,A--Q:wfmuxk2f:4.fQ-fi: -1f',-s,:::fgsf1-iigifgw Q:-K .I-.Q--:Ky 2 XX -- L X ,X me r rr . ,,' K L 1 A Igggef- - w . - , fr ,.. ,M:-e:fgg.,Q11f fs: wieggfgl, - by X r 1 rr I Sr. 5, l nes rr 14- r - 'f' -' A .KL e1'k:35?:: i D CDS 1 5hf'5'i00 r 14 e CDS Heorr 12 CDS 35 Nolon ll 6 CDS 41 Greenhill 0 CDS Abilene Christiqg 13 lil . Sr, Morlrs C95 CDS 39 Northwestern L CDS 33 Abilene Christian 13 22 7 Greenhill ployers otfock Steve Nolon. "Allrighr!" soys Bourke Horvey offer the touchdown. 4-z"-Q' Q 'FYSUUEXB "1 C1 fukin fe 35,35 5' 9 F , 'li 4515 . -f fi.: 3 15-5 In f QM ,get N GWR? NWN wi Qs gg-W if' S me EEZ: ft ,..,,,, . afvmawt , .V H h t "Touchdown!!" Jeff Posey uses his speed to get out of the Cordinols' reoch. Qfxkvw- 'fm tg. 51...t.gF3,,,ii is It's onother touchdown for the mighty Folcons, . Steve Nolon plucks 0 Cordinol before he con fly owoy. 'fm W- . H - fwgggy. t, k E M 'li R .13 42fgQ.Q Nt, ,Na MS Football Succeeds More than ninety boys participated in Middle School football, competing on one of three teams -the A team, the B team, and the sixth grade team. All three teams took on the formidable task of learning a new offense and a new defense, and all three were successful. Under the guidance of Bob Gleeson and Jerry Reese, the sixth graders, most of whom were new to the gridiron, posted a 4-6 season, competing primarily against YMCA sponsored teams that had played together for two or three years. Outstand- ing in the line were Walton Lawrence, John Beadles, Blake Hawthorne, Chris Eades, and Michael Dike. Outstanding in the backfield were Matt Burke, Ben Clark, Garrett Sanderson, and the Poland twins, Andy and Pitch. The B team, led by Joe Murph and Terry O'Brien, improved markedly with each contest, compiling a very respectable 5-2-1 record. Outstanding linemen included Brad Lamensdorf, Eric Arnette, Jim McCoy, Scott Wysong, and Daniel Hines. Turning in ex- the backfield Fraley, Pete ceptional performances in were Greg Kimmel, Jeff Chambers, Steve Burke, and Steve Buffington. The A team posted an 8-2 record, with particularly impressive victories over All- Saint's, Aledo, Fort Worth Christian, and All- Saint's again. The only defeats came at the hands of an undefeated Greenhill team and perennially strong arch-rival St. Mark's. The offense, averaging 27 points per game, was led by Chris Clark, Rick Hopkins, Kirk Fisher, and Tony Hodnett in the backfield, by linemen Bill Arnold, Tim Foster, Chuck Brown, Brad Greenman, Tim Koeppe, and Bill Steele, and by ends Sean Brennan, John Smith, and Don Pollock. The defense, allowing less than 10 points per game, was led by linemen Mark Jones, Bill and George Steele, Pollock, Greenman, Smith, Tad Ward, Wade Costello, Eric Tan- dy, Trey Gibbs, Jeff Simon, by linebackers Arnold, Foster, Koeppe, and Rob Greve, and by defensive backs Clark, Hopkins, Hodnett, Fisher, George Bynum, John Rutherford, and Scott Sankary. SIXTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM. first row: Kent Churchill, Derrick Bolton, Tony Brants, Mark Kendall, David Greer man, Michael Tapp, Walton Lawrence, Andy Poland, Ben Clark, Jeffrey Toler, Jeff Sills and Ricky Stevens, seconi row: Tommy Williford, Blake Hawthorne, Max Elo, Chuck Seely, Peter Spiro, Edward Sampson, Rollond Sander: Michael Dike, Andy Dubinsky, Tommy McGrath and Christopher Eades, third row: Jason Taylor, Bobb McGehee, Joel Fried, Chad Fahlberg, John Beadles, Wesley Oliver, Garrett Sanderson, Matt Burke, Pitch Polanc Mike Brennan and David Roberts, fourth row: Coach Jerry Reese and Coach Bob Gleeson. . . y t g ...WM J- . - - ,,,, --J. ' 1-f , it t' . . . - ' "" ' "W . '? ---' ----.. -,-- L ,,-1 ---' ,.,.. - " 'D' . - i " f , ' " iln .. ,ktr mm .-"' " .' .......s-T. . . 48 ' , ..,,. 4 A ..,, i",'- , E SU - , 3 41 J J , 4 rttt 1 -3 C . .. J J ' tsss . .J C . T ,J ,,,. S. l s l l Sl Coach Reese gives tackling tips to Middle School players. . .C iifl R l S WS C if if 1 -J.xs:.sr . f XNNCL- 5 xl-J - - WM no t SN , C ef X " L :s . ---- W , 25: wr' ' ai: "fE 2 ijt f-Q A es C E+ , sri Sf K in N n S . X Q w s N C N s 1' X 1? x . , S u Vo o N l S ' A ' X MN XC ki .. so .,X. OS -- y,,'1v1a13 zf1,?:5V-0: ss:-s., N7 :,. kg W -M. , W .. , b ,,, , .,,, M Q ' ts X , . Nh . . 'qw , 5 5 5 . f ,.,, N . , . , Qqqi .,:::, .W.C.D. .- ..+. f .W.C.D. f An C F.W,C.D. O St. Mork's X ur -2 . .:X. W x .xi 5, me W sz- fi A 2 sf S i if The Middle School cheerleodets'welcome the ployets bock on to the field ofter holftime. MIDDLE SCHOOL A TEAM. first row: Chris Clotk, Hunter McLeon, Andrew Btunet, George Steele, Cotlo Popini, Btod Greenmon, Mork Jones, Tim Keoppe, Bill Arnold, John McMockin, Johnny Rutherford, ond Scotty Sonkotyg second row: Andy Hott- mon, Robert Greve, Kirk Fisher, John Holt Smith, Bill Steele, Wode Costello, Richord Potts, Seon Btennon, Tim Foster, Rick Hopkins, Pete Chombets, ond Tony Hodnettg third tow: Michoel McGroth, Brent Holl, Tod Word, Dovid Welch, Eric Peters, Steven Burke, Don Pollock, Greg Kimmel, George Bynum, Brod Lomensdorf, Donny Willis, ond Mike Ronelle, fourth row: Jeff Froley, Cotter Jones, Someer Ahmed, Jim Mc- Coy, Dovid Stevenson, Rich Glover, Eric Arnette, Jeff Gteenmon, John Cook, Trey Gibbs, Steven Buffingtonp fifth tow: Eric Tondy, Steven Pendley, Chotlie Gibbs, Cooch Pot McQuillon, Cooch Don North, Cooch Joe Murph, Scott Wysong, ond Chuck Brown. .. it A 3. X ' mi f QD , S -- K 1' -.sf l C Q I il' ' ' vs The Folcons ore prepored for oction on the line of sctimmoge. The Folcon offense Offempfs to goin yordoge. The spectators watch as Stacey Stoddard serves the ball. Volleyball girls relax while waiting their turn to play, ,,. UPPER SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL TEAM. fifth row: Coach Butch Traeder and Coach Cathy Reese, fourth row: Stephanie Foster, Ginger Durham Amy Roach, Victoria Webb, Laura Laesecke, Susan Siegmund, Kim Cruce, Kelley Roadhouse, and Carol Dickeyg third row: Courtney LeBlanc, Jill Greenman, Jane Glover, Stacie Helm, Lydia Horton, Allyson Rattilsin, Beth Holland and Alexandra Stevensp second row: Susie Chambers Ashley Roadhouse, Julie Bernell, Margery Hodges, Lyzanne Gann, and Elizabeth Mileyy front row: Tyle Whipp, Cathy Bernell, Kay Chambers, Alices Miles, and Marty Mercer. och Jackie Rea gives instructions to the Middle School Volleyball Team. lg Volleyball Goes Undefeated With the help of team captains, Cathy- Bernell and Kay Chambers, the Upper School volleyball team won the T.l.S.C. Championship. The team placed second in the S.P.C. and T.A,P.S. The team featured outstanding spikers such as Susan Siegmond, Cathy Bernell, Kelly Roadhouse and Ginger Durham. The setters for these spikers were Ashley Roadhouse, Kay Chambers, and Julie Bernell. Susie Chambers who was asked to play and know every position also contributed to the success of the team. The team completed the year with twenty-seven wins and four losses. Cathy Bernell was voted the Most Valuble Player of T.A.P.S. Kay Chambers' leadership in the setter's position proved to be of great help to a very young team. ln three years under Head Coach Butch Traeder, the program has a record of eighty-three wins and fourteen losses. The Middle School volleyball "A" team had an outstanding season record of 16-O and were Greenhill lnvltatianal Champions. The team members not only believed in themselves, but each other as well. In Coach Jackie Rea's opinion, this combination, along with consistent effort, produced a winning season. Team leaders included Captain Libby Durham, Jill Fraley, Victoria Hall, number one scorer - Ann Marie Siddons, Christina Conway, and Teresa Fischer. The "B" team did not win every game, however, they had a good season. Their spirit and much improved skills should keep the Middle School team on top next year as well. Cathy Bernell gives lt her all. MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL TEAM. back row: Coach Jackie Rea, Jlll Fraley, Amy McGehee, Anne Marie Siddons, Stacey Stoddard, and Leah Fulkersonp front row: Christina Conway, Teresa Fischer, Libby Durham, Vlctorla Hall, and Stephanie LeBlanc. UPPER SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY, fourth row: Eleanor Mauze, Melanie Gaines, Carolyn Shelton, Brooke Hyde, Coach Linda Sanders, Coach Jackie Ziegler, Coach Mary Stoufer, Bari Buckner, Pam Corbett, Barbara Scroggie, and Trish McMackin, thlrd row: Sheryn Atkinson, Trena Anicito, Kelly Scoggins, Jodie Robbins, Michelle Melch, Emily Hudson, Cynthia Parker, Amy Walsh, Emily Minton, Kim Fisher, Jodie Anicito, and Sandra MacDonald, se- cond row: Marian Oden, Jennifer Lipscomb, Lee Lee Burdette, Molly Ensor, Melissa Miteff, Marilyn Lamensdorf, Elissa Kolba, Courtney Palm, Darla Thorton, and Christine Chambers, flrsl row: Tracy Doeren, Suzanne Atkinson, Bobbie Dixon, Sara Leeman, Sarah Anthony, Christian Gunter, Lauren Reitman, and Suzanne Mauze, Suzanne Atkinson listens to a pep talk during half time. Brooke Hyde warms up before a game. L, -A cess. fC.DQS. C.D.S. ,,C.o.s. :C.D.S. C.D.S. C.D.S. C.D.S. C.D.S, C.D.S. C.D.S. C.D.S. C.D.S. Zi Acad C-D-S, C.D.S,, cols, sss ,,,... , f, - Q, s cs l vAnsiw scams S 2 Trinity valley 5551? K O John's A O 2 3 225 Valley O A Hbckaday o fE?Hblland Hall 1 Kinkaid 1 St. John's 4 Trinity Valley 1 Casady S ttts 1 8 si . J" is IIAA Trlniry Valley 0 Freshman 4 Valle! - E, half J T it N 3 4 Freshman irh, Trinity Valley ff :Sis ssl - at 1' .N C x. -is .424 is 5: 4 4 l i if .""I'J 5 Q L ,wgvwfv 1 -nv 49-"m4'?T'.....' V Middle Schoolers worm up. Field Hockey "Pushes" to Win Field hockey ployers flicked, scooped, pushed, ond drove with style to obtoin excellent seoson records. The Upper .School Field Hockey Teom wos undefeoted in T.l,S.C. ond, for the first time ever, wos in Division One in S.P.C. Much hord work wos necessory to ochieve this feot. Some of the ployers went to the Greenhill School Field Hockey Comp during the summer. Eorly morning proctices begon weeks before school ever storted. Every doy ofter school the teom procticed ot leost on hour ond o holf. With only three senior storters, o lot of hord work wos necessory for success. This hord work poid off with numerous victories. During the seoson, there were twenty-four gools scored, with o hot trick by Pom Corbett in the gome ogoinst Greenhill School. At the end of the seoson, numerous ployers received honors in both S.P.C. ond T.l.S.C. competitions. The veteron cooch, Jockie Ziegler, better known os "Ziggy," felt thot the success of the teom wos ottributed to group effort. Under the supervision of Cooch Mory Stouffer, the Middle School Field Hockey teom completed the seoson undefeoted. This feot, however, wos not occomplished overnight. The girls procticed vigorously for on hour ond o holf every doy, drilling ond scrim- moging. There were mony strong ployers with the mojority of the teom being eighth groders. A totol of twenty-seven gools were scored in the seven gomes ployed with two hot tricks scored by Pom Johndroe ond one by Jill Gordon. MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY TEAM. third row: Kothy Kibbie, Polly Steed, Poige Forris, Cynthio Rimmer, Jill Gordon, ond Pom Johndroe, second row: Shonnon Shot- fer, Vivion Cloy, Anne Sompson, Katherine McDermott, ond Angelo Tilley, first row: Anne Ronelle, Shoron Mczberry, Trish Thompson, Liso Sweeney, Chere Choppel, ond Cooch Mory Stouffer. Cross Country boys take off with a running start. A D 1 .. W' K .J s- .. T X. .ns A " L. v 'X Q- . .- V h, k . K f.,,.,MHM3 KWSN' e A ' f 'u.- z . Ni i , -, 1 1 ' 5 ' an ' 0 -c Q-nw ' 3 ' 1 A xc - t li A g . , i -s-................,.... ' ' 1 ' Q X-sf' F' w e T D- , - C f 1 ,e .5 '. 1 L ws 'A' K - - .,-- f "1 I ' 5g.cff'g"4g-,535 Th Z' 'A ' Q -- I 'tt -. Q 'i 'Yi--,mg . . , A 'Wg .. X y . . Pl F' t Y' ' ' 1 -so f 3 . aces trs . 1 .C 3. J -E? Under the coaching of Jim Conlin, the ' " ' f 4. V c . ' ., . Boys Cross Country team had an excellent . ing, ,, ,, ttet gf , f f, -e-er A s .T . . . . . f . As Q , . C , 1 ..., . season, despite a few minor injuries. The C , 'fftswlqggswc s - g.,,g s,,f.:-N g,3,4,a,. 2' 3 5, 1 My " s . fs. .122 if g-Me f t -q?1'iii"'w,s f sst' wus" , X i' team, dominated by Freshmen, was com- N 5 3,1 gf .t,.g,?,L:M5..f,V gg s.g3,,, , as 'S . W. , ,s-s:,Z"- ' f .5 posed entirely of underclassmen. The boys ff. s' .1 ,. 775 .,lfLQ+f..s .ie Y - . - f. - - s as -- A placed exceedingly well throughout the season. As a whole the team placed fourth at S.P.C. and second at both T.l.S.C. and the Bishop Lynch Invitational. The team placed first at the state meet crowning themselves the new state champions among the Texas Association of Private Schools. At the an- nual F.XV.C.D. Invitational, the team took second place with Billy Nowlin winning the meet and setting a new course record of 16:25 for three miles. The girls team was not as successful as Coach Conlin had anticipated because of injuries and a lack of participation, However, Lisa Grant took first place at the T.l.S.C. meet. Lack of runners prevented the girls from qualifying for several meets which prevented an outstanding season. Despite a disappointing season, the girls eagerly supported the boys. The parents supported both teams by providing both transportation and parties for them. Erlc Gardner passes another runner at the TCU Meet. xl f Q wi 'W-.if ,1 Y .'-1 lg " .QL :fd-V Mike Sonkory worms up before the roce. Llso Gront, Jim Conlin, ond Cothy Miley woit to cheer the boys on. "Don'r take o picture of me!" soys Cindy Clopsoddle while the rest of the teom stretches. ,--r -qm- UPPER SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY. third row: Alon Blonkenship, Stephen Moberry, Trey Compbell, Eric Gordner, Scott Abernothy, Rob Doby, Cooch lim Conlin, Ric Bonnell, Rob Kimzey, Robbie Fulkerson, Mott Head, ond Mike Heod: second row: Jon Eudoly, Todd Liles, Dovid Rutledge, Joey White, Bill Nowlin, Dorrell Thorley, Cue Lipscomb, Todd Mock, Peter Trochtenberg, ond Tino Lorocqueg first row: Chorles Zubieto, Georgio Griffith, Bever- ly Gordner, Mortho Belury, Liso Gront, Cindy Clopsoddle, Cothy Miley, Dovid Forney, ond David Block. Andrew Thomson ond Poul Compbell worm up by jogging oround the track. Dovid Atkinson odmires his trophy. The Middle School girls get reody for o running stort. Suzonne Bohon, Liso Stoncukos, ond Louro Bonnell worm-up before their running event. .- K . . , . 'if-i g' i s-ff. :. .. ,.,. :,wf:-: " "" M y --. 'Eis. ' ' "" re ' jj i iii" 'W---MW ,ss , ..f,-.W "kLL' " ""' ""f"'M'f'2ff" I 'E 1 -- H L Q "" l " " . ,. ,,- llDDl.E SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. third row: Coach Scott Kirby, second row: Andrew Thomson, Mark Han- ard, lim Bahan, Peter Plenk, David Atkinson, and Paul Campbell, first row: Suzanne Bahan, Lisa Stancukas, aura Miley, and Laura Donnell. . i X Cui., ..... ,,A...V:......,, .cena .ws .. fn , ..c,,1..,.,C i......t. , 'wr- W r L in Coach Scott Kirby discusses the outcome of the meet A with his team. M4 . L Peter Plenk begins his day's work-out with a grin. Cross Country Wins TISC The saying "Bigger doesn't mean bet- ter" definitely pertained to the Middle School Cross Country Team. Although the team had only ten members, the girls plac- ed first and the boys third in TISC. These vic- tories, however, took a lot of hard work from a few strong runners. Under the supervision of Coach Scott Kirby, the team worked out for an hour and a half every day, running and lifting weights. During the season, exceptional records were set and broken by individuals. The best times of the season, for the approx- imately two-mile course, were run by David Atkinson, with a 18:27 and Lisa Stan- cukas, with a 14:04. Other team members reduced their time each time they ran, and met their individual goals. Team Loses Starters Although three starters were unex- pectedly lost, the Basketball team under the direction of Coach Bob Gleeson, was able to pull together and come through with a record of fourteen wins and ten losses. The team was young and made up of three sophomores and two juniors. Team captain Jim Harycki led the team in scoring and rebounding overaging more than twenty-seven points per game, with a high of forty-nine points. Bruce Dickinson, the other team captain, aided the team with outside scoring. Highlights of the season included the 54-53 defeat of St. Marks and the defeat of Trinity Christian 61-56. ln T.l.S.C. First Team awards All- Conference went to Jim Harycki and Bruce Dickinson. Honorable Mention went to Charles Arnold and Jeff Holland. Jim Harycki makes two more points for CDS. w-www.-.-miwscs., ,sv i J ,,,. , s.w.,- 0' s: . S . . sili- ?' The Basketball team plans its game strategy. Trey Gordon tries to block Mark Bynum's shot. T T 9 g E911 Q? rs: Q, UPPER SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM. slxth row: Trey Gordon ond Jim Horychig fifth row: RIC Bonnell ond Chorles Ar- noldg fourth row: Robbie Fulkerson ond Shep Sands, third row: Ben Smith ond Toylor Schollmoierg second row: Potrick Woodson ond Todd Hodnettg flrst row: Cooch John Sheldon, Jeff Holland, Bruce Dickinson, ond Cooch Bob Gleeson. Jeff Hollond trles to outjump o Howk. Trey Gordon tokes o free throw. 35 cos CDS ' A CDS CDS '66 CDS 77 CDS - 61 CDS 50 CDS 95 CDS 64 CD5 60 CDS 44 Trinity . 3 J 'wg' if fx EEBESSQSSSSEEESSRSSSE sf CD? cns cos 'K X. -Q UPPER SCHOOL BASKETBALL "B" TEAM. second row: Sherry Pounds, Amy Rooch, Louro Loesecke, Sondro Moc Donold, Mory Butler, Trish McMockin, Cooch Butch Troederg first row: Lyzonne Gonn, Jody Aniciro, Jono Glover Lydio Horton, Allyson Rotrikin, Molly Ensor, ond Kothryn Albers. A 74 K' if g . Bori Buckner flies down rhe court. Suson Siegmundjumps for the boll. l l Rc - V. .. gg. - Ween-X :wwe . . ....v Q fm.- .XS 'iii is S+ Girls BB Fifth in State The Upper School girls' basketball team had their best season ever. Under the direction of Coach Jerry Reese, the girls had a 15-4 record and an invitation to T.A.P.S. that listed them as fifth in the state. The outstanding starting five consisted of Bari Buckner, Susan Siegmund, Julie Bernell, Ginger Durham and Marty Mercer. ln T.l.S.C. First Team All Conference awards went to Bari Buckner and Susan Siegmund. Second Team All-Conference awards went to Julie Bernell and Ginger Durham. Two more paints for the "mighty" Falcons. C 'PER SCHOOL BASKETBALL GIRLS "A" TEAM. second row: Coach Jerry Reese arty Mercer, Susan Siegmund, Laura Laeseclse, Marie Olson, Barbara Scroggie 1 Q g 4 ' Ginger Durham, Susan Siegmund, and Julie Bernell guard their opponents to pre- :ri Buckner, and Manager Courtney LeBlanc, first row: Margery Hodges, Molly En- Ven' 'hem from gemng me bon' tr, Julie Bernell, Ginger Durham, Nancy Sumner, and Kelley Roadhouse. T E 5 N K N is Tfifiifv ffl. Sr. Mork's 3 Kennedciifff -:.k ' ' if A, Crowley fi V M X Ki A ,-A1 iS'e'fiO'1 Ei m m'M 1 T""i'Y LLLL ff sew 5g?iQfHr1X5z1iig3Q X new Sis . ' A Q.. 'if K A mm. i im-W? if if Y l i f s , 5, .S MIDDLE SCHOOLS BASKETBALL TEAM. third row: Cooch John Sheldon, Rush Olson, Jeff Simon George Bynun Tony Hodnerr, ond Cooch Eric Mowreyg second row: Tod Word, Tim Koeppe, Bill Arnold, ond Pere Chamber first row: Joh'n Holt Smith, Chris Clork,'Don Pollock, ond Tim Foster, Z. .-:-""' O ,rf- E 55" K I - -- wr ,K ssl . K ---WAQL.-f S i .. 1 , - ., ..,.. A -- f '- ' Q.- rl.. . W, ,iglkwi E ,,,,.,. L ,W L wx '.'1-,r. Middle school boys ploy keep owoy from C.P,S, Jill Froley recovers the boil from on opponent. Chris Claris weaves through the opponents to score for the Falcons. DDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM. fourth row: Amy McGehee, Leah Fullser- n, Christina Conway, Tisha Tennant, Stacey Stoddard, Jill Fraley, Libby Durham, oebe Yee, and Laura Miley, third row: Pamela Siddons, Sandy Mack, Paula tsler, Pearish Smith, Lauren Sanderson, Kristina Anicito, Holly Griffin, Leah Stevens, id Cindy Reese, second row: Coach Bill Baker, Debra Rubin, Alena Bramanti, ary Nolan, Emma Growald, Beth Caldron, and Coach Jerry Reesep first row: iach Butch Traeder, Jody Gluck, Lisa Sweeney, Patricia Thompson, Megan znkey, Julie Ward, Tiffany Lewis, and Allison Walsh. MS Basketball Bounces Back After a slow start the Middle School boys came from a 3-5 record to finish the season Q-5 with six straight wins. The team im- proved constantly throughout the season, finishing on a strong note by defeating a good All Saints team 48-40. The highlights of the season included three victories over Trinity Valley, which the boys came from behind to win. The leading overall scorer was Chris Claris who had a game high of twenty-four points in the Greenhill game. Don Pollock and Pete Chambers were noted for their fine overall play. Bill Arnold did a fine job as point guard and both he and Chris Claris were team Captains of the "A" team. The "B" team was much better than their record indicates. All three losses were by five points or less. The players to be mentioned were Team captain, George Bynum, team captain, John Holt Smith, and Tim Koeppe. The Middle School girls, under the direc- tion of Coach Butch Traeder executed a man-to-man defense for the first time. The Falcon League was also created for both Middle School girls and boys. This was an inter-squad league made up of five teams. There was also a championship game for the league champion. The idea behind the league was to get everyone to participate and to be able to play. The Middle School coaches viewed it as a very successful season. ni Paula Bosler dribbles the ball as Coach Reese dances with a friend. CDS CDS CD5 CDS CDS 1 Greenhill 4 Western Hills 7 Selwyn 3 Poschol O Trinity Volley New O O 2 O O CD5 2 srmarics S 6 CDS 2 Cistercion f L KI: ff 2 CDS 1 rrinnyvclrii ? 1 S 0 Greenhill :ilg S ' 0 P LDS 2.11 Dish 1 .if:. . rr.. rrer or X . 1' . o 1 1 rre P C 2 .,. 0 .. - s as 1 'kA- asfkllen Acodemy jg rii'- 1 tronauulr grriniry Valley sq T 0 Q-Pcsady ' V1 ficoss 1 mi. 0 CDS 2 Sr.Stephen's 2 56' -' , - My 5 iy' f 1 Q 2 M 1111 1.1, UPPER SCHOOL SOCCER "B" TEAM. third row: Stephen Moberry, Bill Jones, Cooch Murph Honeo, Phil Feonny, ond Jock Belton: second row: Morsholl Boyd, Motthew Heod, Mike Bonto, Bill Kiilpock, ond lon Eudolyg first row: Horry Johnson, Richord Poyne, Mike Sonkory, Wiliiom Horvey, ond Joy Propes. "Muscle-Legs" Biliy Nowiin cleverly steols the boil from his opponent Greg Stevens is in control, Four heods ore better thon one. C is - , is .R- s A.. ..x-3,.?--Q fcsbqgs-ess. gr of 4 Ati?-W: 2 -s-.Ji -vs? ow' lx-sf ' we fr A , I 2 i , 1 Dorrell Thorley will do onything to keep Williom Horvey from scoring. T UPPER SCHOOL "A" TEAM. second row: Cooch Art Burke, Don Meeker, Elcio Silvo, Greg Stevens, Bill Nowlin, Johnothon Gomer, Bourke Horvey, Billy Brentlinger, ond Brion Boscomy first row: Tony Corbett, Christoph Lietmonn, Steve Nolon, Dorrell Thorley, Mike Corbett, Bobby Silvo, ond Joey White. s 9 . Ng ,, .. Boys' Soccer, Store Champs For the first time ever, the Upper School boys' soccer teom become the Texos Associotion of Privote Schools Stote Chom- pions. Under the leodership of Cooch Art Burke ond Coptoins Mike Corbett, Bourke Horvey, Steve Nolon, ond Tony Corbett, the teom completed the seoson with on 11-Q-5 record. There were o totol of forty- three gools scored in the twenty-five gomes ployed. The high point scorers of the seoson were Mike Corbett ond Bobby Silvo with fourteen gools eoch, Scott Miller with five points, ond Bourke Horvey with four. Highlights of the seoson included hot tricks by Bobby Silvo ond Mike Corbett in the Selwyn gome. Numerous ployers received recognition in T.A.P.S., S.P.C., ond T.l.S.C, conferences. Billy Brentlinger, Mike Corbett, Tony Cor- bett, Scott Miller, Steve Nolon, ond Bobby Silvo were nomed to the All-Conference Teom in T.A.P.S. ln S.P.C., Mike Corbett ond Tony Corbett were ploced on the All- Conference First Teom. First Teom All- Conference T,l,S.C. included Mike Corbett, Tony Corbett, ond Steve Nolon. Honoroble Mention went to Bourke Horvey, Bobby Silvo, ond Dorrell Thorley. Girls' Soccer Div. ll Chomps The girls' soccer seoson storted out eorly with o gome ogoinst E.S.D. the doy ofter the first proctice. Despite the cold weother ond injuries the teom completed the seoson successfully, becoming the Division ll chompion in the S.P.C. competition. Under the leodership of Cooch Mory Stouf- fer ond Coptoin Cothy Bernell, the teom completed the seoson with on 11-7-2 record. A totol of forty-two gools were scored in the twenty gomes ployed which wos double the omount scored on goolie, Cothy Bernell. The high point scorers of the seoson were Dorlo Thornton with sixteen, Beth Hollond with thirteen, followed by Renee Rimmer with four ond Cothy Bernell with three. Dorlo Thornton scored two hot tricks ond Beth Hollond scored one. ln S.P.C. Cothy Bernell ond Dorlo Thorn- ton were nomed First Teom All- Conferenceg Melisso Miteff ond Ashley Roodhouse were nomed Second Teom All-Conference, ond Beth Hollond, Eleonor Mouze ond Soroh Medory received Honoroble Mention, In T.l.S.C., First Teom All Conference Awords went to Cothy Bernell, Melisso Miteff, ond Renee Rimmer, Second Teom owords went to Soroh Steves ond Koy Chombers with Honoroble Men- tion going to Beth Hollond. I Eleonor Mouze is "heoded" for o victory. CDS ESD. 1 CD5 A iff- , M 1 ., - ,..r,eSf0f9' ll- 2 .,i. t S 1 CD5 ' TW ...Meters it 1 . 2 ,..,,. k:.:.. ,, . -.i..c,.qg,.i A 0, l. ss i rrr T t . T.. CD5 A .fs s--- f s f, it -." 'E "" . 'ittyjml CDS W i 1 'VCD5 Y Hockodcay 6 CDS Greenhill 1 CDS - - Hollond Hall 1 CD5 Cosody 1 CDS Hockodoy 2 CDS Trinity Volley 3 CDS 3 if Kinkoid O cos A Us St.Mory'sHoll , ,Q CDS 3 Greewnhill A f Ashley Roodhouse gives it her oll ot the Southwest gome. r .. if WNW X5 Q3 S Q X 954-tt 33 C W Y Q 2? S it fs X n. C ...-., . -Q AAT' C .Weint- ill , I V ,, - UPPER SCHOOL "B" TEAM. second row: Virginio Dowling, DeDe Stevens, LeeLee Burdette, Kelly McLeon, Jonice Coleso, Suzonne Atkinson, ond Jill Greenmon, first row: Stephonie Foster, Amy Wolsh, Morilyn Lomensdorf, Monico Yondell, Mory Bruner, Gigi Gregor, ond Cello Cironep not pictured: Kristi Keil. "Boot it, Pele!" i Tw .,, 4 , Y it i ' X A ---' N A . . .. f X es, JPPER SCHOOL "A" TEAM. third row: Darla Thornton, Renee Rimmer, Melissa Miteff, Kay Chambers, Sarah Steves, and Cathy Bernellp second row: Eleanor Mauze, Sarah Medary, Sheryn Atkinson, Victoria Webb, and Susie Chambers, first row: Coach Mary Stouffer, and Beth Holland, Emily Minton, Devon Gilbert, and Ashley Roadhouse. Cathy Bernell does her stuff Rick Hopkins tricks his opponent by passing the ball around him. MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER TEAM. fourth row: Coach Jackie Rea, Jodie Ousley, Missy McAdams, Sheryl Newton, Polly Steed, Amy Street, Anne Sampson, Molly Chambers, ses. and Coach Lisa Landers. third row: Laura Bonnell, Jennifer Garner, Chere Chappel, Stephanie Le Blanc, Ellen Walsh, Suzanne Bahan, Debra Rubin, Heather Flynn, second row: Elizabeth Freese, Cynthia Rimmer, Pam Johndroe, Teresa Fischer, Anne-Marie Sid- dons, Kathy Kibbie and Sharon Maberryy first row: Lisa Tilley, Paige Farris, Angela Tilley, Jill Gordon, Victoria Hall and Ann Ronelle. M nov G cos 2 Trinity vor. ,iil ,,,, . t,,, ys qos 3 casfercion iiirc, cciccicc W4 DS O Sr. Marks 2 . S 1 Greenhill 2 5 51,4 trinny yoiie 1 1 cos, a ssl . if 1 cos 4 'TYll"llTY Vall w ,,E it o CD5 1 E.S.D. T O 'M' cDs 1 Trinity Vall - ' If 3 CDS 4 Morylmmp . ' 1 cos 2 o i if GlliiQS?5CORE':jAj cos o s.s.o.?f' 1 CDS 2 Trinity Valley O cos 3 Esc, ,, o cos 1 Greenhill 3 1 CDS ' 3 Greenhill cowl, 2 Hockaday CDS 2 1 'S iniry Valley Oi A , MN I K .. 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'W-i5'4L,-ww , , ,,., 'xiftftgez MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS "A" AND "B" TEAMS. fourth row: Scott Sankary, Sean Brennan, Jeff Fraley, Rob Greve. Wade Costello, Carlo Papini, and Brad Killpack, third row: Rick Hopkins, Mark Hansard, Wesley Oliver, Max Elo, Danny Willis, and Michael McGrath, second row: Mike Tapp, Phillip Liang, Joel Fried, Steven Buffington, Alan Bradshaw, Jeff Greenman, Kirk Fisher, Erik Peters, Andrew Brunerg front row: Johnny Rutherford, Matt Burke, Scott Wysong, David Welch, Rolland Sanders, Pitch Poland, Mark Kendall, Mike Ranelle, David Stevenson, and Edward Sampson, not pictured: David Atkinson, Brad Greenman, Bill Steele, and George Steele. ,.- . i , fu Kirk Fisher can't find the ball. Soccer Scores The Middle School Soccer Team had their first winning season ever. Under the leader- ship of Coaches Randy Baldwin and Mark Gardner along with Captains Brad Greenman and Rick Hopkins, the team completed the season with a 7-4-1 record. Team members from all three grades developed and strengthened their skills with daily practices from 10:45 until 12:15 along with after school scrimmages against the Upper School Girls A team and the Upper School Boys B Team. The high point scorer of the season was Rick Hopkins who also had a hat trick in the game against Mary Immaculate. The Middle School Girls Soccer Team also practiced and scrimmaged daily to improve their skills. Under the coaching of Jackie Rea and the leadership of captains Jill Gordon, Vic- toria Hall and Angela Tilley, the team lost only one game of seven games played. Paige Far- ris was the high point scorer with four goals, followed by Victoria Hall with three. Jill Gor- don, the team's "rookie goalie," was scored on only three times the entire season. 83 Michoel Durhom, Rip Rowon, ond Byron Glickfeidq first row: Steve Pendly, Chorles Dishron, Dovid Roberto, Corter Jones, Rondy Conn, ond Ricky Stevens. W"l nz4qe Nick Weir tries to defend himself from Cooch Joe Murph, Chris Springer succeeds in bringing down Dovid Bonhorn. X Eric Arnette ond John McMoI-rin proctice o new hold. 1 MIDDLE SCHOOL WRESTLING TEAM. third row: Cooch Scott Kirby, John McMockin, Mork Jones, Doniei Hines, E Chuck Seely, Eric Arnette, ond Cooch Joe Murphy second row: Kent Churchill, Andy Hortmon, Deon Schreier, gl UPPER SCHOOL WRESTLING TEAM. back row: Coach Terry Rayl, Steve Brock, Alan Blankenship, Mark Bunting, Robert Simon, Chris Springer, Eric Tippit, and Coach Joe Murphp front row: John Jones, Jimmy Butfington, Kirk Claunch, Joe Bailey, Nick Weir, and David Bonham. mari' Kinsman Wrestling Pins Them Down The Country Day Wrestling Team, rusty from nine months of inactivity, showed great improvement over its last season. From the very first dual meet with Trinity Christian High School, the team pinned down almost every match it competed in. Under the leadership of Coach Joe Murph and Coach Terry Rayl, the team showed improvement with each tourna- ment. After Trinity Christian, the team wrestled such teams as Trimble Tech and St. Mark's. At the District Tournament, held at St. Mark's, David Bonham placed first and Chris Springer placed third. At the Austin Wrestling Invitational, Robert Simon placed first, Eric Tippit placed second, and John Jones and David Bonham placed third. The individual efforts were fantastic, especially that of Robert Simon, who was undefeated the whole season. The Middle School team won the Ft. Worth Wrestling Club invitational. Other Middle School victories included matches against Trinity Christian, St. Mark's, and Ft. Worth Wrestling Club. The three top players at the meets were: Eric Arnette, Mark Jones, and David Roberts. Dean Schreier, David Roberto, and Charles Dishron in- vent a new wrestling technique -two on one. Kirk Claunch uses his great muscular power to pin down the enemy. Soro Armstrong ossists some Como Elementory School students. 3 Vo V ..4 xx ga-"""" ,,,.m-'- gd-'WWM ,,,, ,,--" W 'ff' 3 M 4 '4. f" of :sa-if 'iff-M .ups -s 1 ll I l Upper School boys toke their Americon Boll gome seriously. Emily Hudson proctices ploying boll in o wheelchoir os she is going to teoch hon- dicopped people how to ploy. Xwwt Alternotives Offered Athletic olternotives were offered to students who did not wish to toke o vorsity sport. An oerobic donce closs wos fought by Mrs. Peggy Wodley. The purpose of this closs wos to improve breothing through oerobic exercises. Conditioning wos onother fovorite with the students. The con- ditioning students begon by running one mile. After everyone hod completed the running, everybody ployed Americon Boll, o crude form of moss soccer. Operotion Outreoch, heoded by Mr. An- dy Cordell, ollowed students to do work ot o volunteerjob in the community, in lieu of tol-ting o sport. Some students worked ot John Peter Smith Hospitol ond some were teocher's oids ot Como Elementory School. The students could volunteer their time ot just obout ony ploce they were needed. Elizobeth Dishron enjoys the compony of o Como student. 87 Coach Bob Minnerly lets the baseball boys know what they are in for, during a pre-season talk. ffl' ' u W' r--1., H UPPER SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM. second row: Coach Randy Baldwin, Coach Charlie Everett, Taylor Schollrnaier, Billy Brentlinger, Charles Arnold, Jeff Brand, Rob Doby, Trey Gordon, Jim Harycki, Scott Miller, Patrick Woodson, Coach Bob Minnerly, and Coach Murph Honeo. first row: Manager Melissa Martin, Jeff Posey, Steve Brock, Mike Neben, Rich Jeffers, Joe Bailey, Greg Stevens, Darrell Thorley, Randy Chap- pel, Bill Jones, Bruce Dickinson, Kirk Dean, and Manager Lee Cox. "Left-handed players have more fun!" says Scotty Sankary tothe outfield "First ond foremost, you must leorn to keep your shorts up," soys Cooch Boldwin to Billy Brentlinger. "By George, I think I've got it!" soys Scott Miller. -. rl, fi " VW Middle Schoolers worm up os port of their doily routine. MIDDLE SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM. third row: Mike Melch, George Bynum, Brod Greenmon, Bill Arnold, Tim Koeppe ond Don Pollock, second row: Cooch Terry O'Brion, Scott Sonlsory, Mott Burke, Joel Fried, Wode Costello, Andrew Bruner, ond Cooch Eric Mowrey, first row: Andy Polond, Johnny Rutherford, Jeff Simon, Seon Brennon, Pete Chombers, Greg Kimmel, ond Andy DeShong. UPPER SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM: second row: Morie Olson, Melindo Murrell, Koy Lowronce, Louro Loesecke, Alysse Bonto, Allyson Rottikin, Mory Bruner, Pom Corbett, Cothy Bernell, Ginger Durhom, Susie Chombers, Melisso Thompson, ond Elizabeth Dishrong first row: Courtney Polm, Mrion Oden, Alexndro Stevens, Sterry But- cher, Soro Armstrong, Tylo Whipp, Jody Anicito, Corol Dickey, Dorlo Thornton, Bori Buckner, Brooke, Hyde Julie Bernell, ond CeCe French. 0 Middle School girls work hord or o pre-seoson proctice. "How do you spell relief? . . I-C-E!" -gf Cooches Jockie Ziegler ond Mory Stouffer discuss the teom's strotegy. "Whoops! I missed her. Your turn, Dorlof' yells Cothy Bernell. 339' " , .i...w 'my , " V5.0 A V -Y::,w,,,f,":...3.n- lpql ' ez 'Q'2,,,.,.,."""""W A' - ,af A 'gr 'f ,.',aAl3,32.,-er.,,,86, H .V V mfr wa: -c ,Q v-...M 'vt 'vi if ,' W . .Q W' L' Q . MIDDLE SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM: third row: Stocey Stoddord, Liso Bond, Bloir Hyde, Chere Choppel, Cooch Mory Stoufferp second row: Debro Rubin, Anne Sompson, Kotherine McDermott, Amy Street, Shoron Moberry, Tiffony Lewis ond Amy McGeneeg first row: Pom Johndroe, Jill Gordon, Anne-Morie Siddons, Christino Conwoy, ond Polly Steed. 91 Middle Schoolers prepare for the season. Coach Reese watches Mark Vincent give his all during practice. UPPER SCHOOL TRACK. fifth row: Coach Jerry Reese, Coach Sal Anicito, Coach Don North, Coach Jim Conlin, and Coach Butch Traeder, fourth row: Mike Holden, Todd Mock, Jock Armstrong, Todd Hodnett, Kenny Fischer, An- drew Turner, Steven Maberry, Russ Clark, John Runyon, Mike Sanl-tory, Tony Anderson, and Ben Smith, third row: Mike Corbett, Christoph Lietmann, Craig Bonham, Matt Head, Jeff Hallum, Down Heath, Sandra McDonald, Jen- nifer Lipscomb, Devon Gilbert, Beth Holland, Kathryn Albers, Sarah Medary, and Suzanne Mouzep second row: Chris Springer, Bill Nowlin, Joey White, Mark Vincent, Brett Hyde, Hudson Ard, Joy Propes, Georgia Griffith, Bever- ly Gardner, Treno Anicito, Robin Munson, Laura Liles, Lisa Grant, first row: Jodie Robbins and Sheryn Atkinson. l IZ S - A - ,L , will -f 'W' N fgnm , M' fjmvtgg,-2 vt. Wafnqgjfm M M ,Q "Track: it takes o lot . . . but it's worth it," says Devon Gilbert. Freshman boys get a taste of Upper School track, H' ii .M K. 5.-ff 7, . . v fs 11" ,,J,, 4-iight?" if " V ""'ff, ,J six'-4 v ,, fvftv? w-vm-umm. fi 1 ,if 'X , Robin Munson dashes to the finish line leaving Trena Anicito behind. qs MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK. seventh row, Coach Butch Traeder, Coach Joe Murph, Russell Lutz, Coach Jim Conlin, Pearish Smith, Cynthia Rimmer, Tisha Tennant, Rip Rowan, Byron Glickfeld, Mike Durham, Susan White, Molly Chambers, Paige Farris, Laura Miiey, and Leah Stevens, sixth row: Chad Fahlberg, Wesley Oliver, Bobby McGehee, David Roberto, Edward Sampson, Max Elo, Andy Dubinsky, Yale Yee, John Beadles, Kristina Anicito, Allison Jeffers, Lauren Sanderson, Suzanne Bahan, and Tracy Brown, fifth row, Richard Yentis, Tommy McGrath, Jill Fraley, Teresa Fischer, Ann Ranelle, Lisa Stancukas, Jimmy McCoy, Ed Holt, Steve Ruffington, Lisa Sweeney, Vanessa Armstrong, Pamela Siddons, Laura Donnell and Missy McAdams, fourth row, Bill Ryan, Trey Gibbs, Rick Hopkins, Mark Henderson, Brad Killpack, David Welch, Alan Bradshaw, Mark Hansard, Danny Willis, John Cook, Scott Wysong, Steve Pendly, and Ellen Smith, third row: Paul Campbell, Blake Hawthorne, Walton Lawrence, Pitch Poland, Garrett Sanderson, Mike Brennan, Charlie Gibbs, Brent Hall, Richard Ports, Erik Peters, Tod Ward, Chuck Brown, and Randy Conn, second row: Wilson Kwan, Ben Clark, Jason Taylor, Rolland Sanders, Mike Dike, Mark Kendall, Pete Spiro, Jeff Taler, Derrick Bolton, Kent Churchill, Chris Musgrave, Bill Steele, and George Steele, first row, Chris Clark, Tony Hodnett, Tim Faster, Mark Jones, John McMackin, Kirk Fisher, Jeff Fraley, Jeff Greenman, Chris Thompson, Megan Plankey, Laurie Ferguson, and Cindy Reese. Ashley Roadhouse is a rough opponent because of her dependable and accurate groundstrokes. Mike Tapp valleys the ball back to Coach Bill Baker. MIDDLE SCHOOL TENNIS TEAM. second row: Julie Ward, Libby Durham, Angela Tilley, Leah Fulkerson, Allison Walsh, Lisa Tilley Jennifer Berry, John Holt Smith, Kathy Kibbie, and Coach Bill Baker. first row: Mike Tapp, Rob Greve, David Green- man, Rush Olson, and Phillip Liang. 4- 1 A fre-v. ,..,'4 ,md-.. -,VAVQ 4, f A, J ' .5 Middle Schoolers work on their serves during practice. Becky Deacon tries to put away the ball at the net. UPPER SCHOOL TENNIS. second row: Coach Will Stansbery, William Harvey, Ric Bon- nell, Victoria Webb, Susan Siegmund, Barbara Scroggie, Bourke Harvey, Kelley Roodhouse, and Paul Dickerson, first row: Shalen Haribhai, Horry Johnson, Jeff Holland, Elcio Silva, Margery Hodges, Amy Walsh, Jill Greenman, Billy Scroggie, and Lyzonne Ganng not pictured: Ashley Roodhouse ond Melissa Miteff. "QQ W. 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Fifth grade boys give their exercises oll they hove got, 'ws Mtv Todd Petty fries to poss to o reommore before he is rockled Fifth grode girls ploy leop-frog in the gym on o roiny doy. x 0' I . 'M-r---13' KWH. M A Cooch Joe Murph is o tough drill sergeont for the first grode boys, -HM: fwfmrff Physicol Fitness Stressed The purpose of the lower school P.E. pro- grom wos to provide for the physicol development of eoch boy ond girl to his or her fullest potentiol, According to Mrs. Jockie Reo, P.E. coordinotor, mony new ond creotive woys to teoch P.E. were im- plemented. The instructors included Miss Jockie Zielger, Mr. Joe Murph, Mr. Butch Troeder, Mr. Jerry Reese, ond Mrs. Jockie Reo. The first ond second groders spend one doy eoch week developing motor skills in o speciol progrom tought by Mrs. Reo. Eye-hond eye-foot coordinotion, motor skills, stunts, ond tumbling were o few of the octivities the children porticipoted in. 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L , If ,uf ,gWQ:5E,.iHfs 55:5 f ' Q X 3455 " F 1 ,,x-n. in Ii aw 'x M "W K -up A ...: Qwwmwii if . I .ER . 7 'W slim Q 2 102 ADMINISTRATION ssfi ,. f .Q wr- . . :-- 3552 - ,, W Upper School Principol - Bob Minnerly. Superintendent of Building ond Grounds -Jim Swineo. Lower School Principol - Lorry Joe Brown. Heodmoster - Edgor L. Sonford. Business Monoger - Jerry Boneg Director of Development- Anne Tinsley i m 1' M ff'- W s vfwauhwf' Q ' In Director of Studies - Williom Kilbornep College Upper School Vice-Principal-Anne Robinson. Counselor - Froncis Brown. 4-1 Xa , i K Q I ix i'l ""' r,sl, , ,' l" Q' S r s r S -t S we-we S Middle School Princlpol - Don North: Middle School Vice-Principol - Sharon Foster. 103 STAFF Bob Adoms Bill Boker Lu Bonister Rurh Berkowitz if BBB f mf , Jerry Bone Fronces Brown Joe Brown Wx " , , " W Wi? 0 ,,,, Y' . i , j - V , W , Arr Burke Bonnie Cormichoel Andrew Cordell 'iw ,V Q, Ellen Allen Sol Anicito Ann Arnold Fousr ond Mr. Boker 0 ff .. lx f x l' , 2 4351 Judith My ,,,,f Porricio Drogsef Jeon Ensor 104 Don Bloch Lee Bucnonon Corol Dorrow Ford Dixon Helen Fogg ""'?? Louro Jon Finch Lower School teochers enjoy o moment owoy from their l-sids. F35 so X Emily Forsyth Shoron Foster 41" Don Fousr L C. Gorner Bob Gleeson K fri V Vick Geurin 'LW i ,ph ,A M4 l yy, 5 i i 5, ff X34 'e ii -if Shoron Homilton Rosemory Hommond Priscillo Horrier is any , Q Mrs Reese ond Mrs Motizzo get o thrill out of Merle l-lollond PflmlfW9 -:Y Mr. Boker strenuously exercises during his free time mm Houlngswolm Mwph H0090 105 STAFF if , if iono Hurnrn A Mrs. Lu Bonisrer ond Mr. Don Bloch roke o coffee breok. " :r Cloire-Lise Knechr Lelio Koeppe 106 ebby Jennings wmv Kelly F f , if K -A N sg is r we f X s -.A 3 1 Ron Kohn Mrs. Deboroh Omberq loves Mondoy mornings. Kretn Jones -we -:0slQ Irene Kilborne ,, ,W , 0 's W 1 is 2 l 2' 'v Alfred Joseph .Q s..k. , X. , .V K ,w .ls 95 K if w N .Ye 5 N f Q r . 5,4 s JOdy Kitchel af Mr, Arr Burke ond Mr. Ted Sonford ger rogerher os Lourel ond Hordy. Helen Morizza Mo Bob 3' Q 4 Kenneth Pleasant MVS- EVQIYU 5ieQ0' Q95 W0 Aff- Roberta Pleasanr Alan Porrs Janette Poyner Sheila Pryor Ruin Anne Raye-I Jacqueline Rea Berry Reese by A A A WI Terence O'I3rien 4 Hwy if bf i Diane Orr Marlona Palmer Don Perry Vivian Paris 107 Q s ,F Q f f ff -if 422 f gg L 1 X 5 ,M , .0 Corhy Reese f' EE QL 3 .2 A. X J Sonford Jonorhon Shuple James Shorrs Evelyn Siegel GUY Cordell SVUOYS PIOYWWQ Wlfh Sf' Lmdq Summon MX ' J in une Von Buskirk Alberf Violo Peggy Wodley - Lynerre Tondy new "' I Ms. Anne Robinson ond Mrs. Debby Jennings enjoy breokfosr. V7 Anne 'iz A leon Webb in .. fm.. Goil Wheoton Normo Wilkerson Korhy Willioms V . fl 'Q Mr. Jim Correr ond Mrs. Inez Allen orrempr to revise the cofererio menu. Jockie Ziegler Trocy Teel Williom Troeder M I i , .y,i, I i A' ,I Steve Woodcock Mr. Terence O'Brien ond Mr. Eric Mowrey prepore for the weekend, 3 B E 1. 4 'sem l B B is 4 'Q Blss Ls i .3 f Q sk H ' .4 r Michoel Abroms Dovid Adoms Emrys Adoms an' ..,,,w Louro Boiley Timorhy Boss Rex Benson Edmwd .135 Us .i .J 5 4 "mir l I 431 A E Q Jennifer Binqnom iss F' G6 2. 5 4-A K1 X Wizeee m s B r . ls' 1 "Help, Mrs. Miller, get us down!" screoms Srocy Dubinsky ond Lizzie Cox. Darren Boswen 110 Qi. Ury is coughr in the oct of moking mud pies. M, Katherine Bloemendol Amber Boswell Louro Boswell Wyorr Brown W 3? 3 UEQE 2 QQ , iiii is V l - . - ' V at 1 M 1- C.. if W' , , l l f X, u 9 1 f M r cls f C C ll C , 5 V:iE': L 5 In I 6' 'ki' E . . - 1' ,, Z . QF' - --'-'f E, E, fx ,K 5 D Will Churchill H. M . M , ,rw -H - ,, Corrie Bryonr Potrick Codenheod Corrie Churchill .1 X cw '15 -.mf -"tr A A 4 ,4-v '-'-""""' C N N 4 ,- vw! , W Horper Cohen Kimberly Cox ""' C . av"""',' A ' uni" l sl' l C ' Q uf' A 1 M sk , .xx an ,Q ye' is 5 , X15 I 'l , I 1 ' Q 5. 'ii ' Y' P' if 'X C I Leslie Cox Lizzie Cox Kindergorreners gorher for ploytime oround rhe founroin. if Y , . ff 4 C. D. Dickerson Srocy Dubinsky Chrisry Dunowoy i 'WX +V is ,A2i, z , ., C V H ll, . . M ,,,,.,l V, . QWWWQJ' ,J f wwwf ,'rf Y-1. M V ... ' r """" VV ,,,,1 i K ,IM I l l if is l . ' C Louro Boiley peeps inro rhe fire to see what Wendy Weorherfords feer ore up ro Cole Durhom Fonfoine DYQSS Debra Eudoly .M........----- s l' f X, , , . ii J Beou Ferchill Erico Fousr ii, x ,,,, ' J . Julie Johns Alex Johnson JJJ J JJJJJJJ J is 1 if ., , ' ,hug we ff 2- Jir Wendy Weorherford finds Robert Hunnicurfs miss- , " J ,, JVJQ shoe. Anjonetre Londrerh f ff Allison Morris Elizoberh Noyfo I ,W sr Idjx isVV,i J J .,,, s ?s J ,,ii, J , .-dl , A 5 1? 5? ' F ,HS l , ii , l 5 I 5 .. Q 3 Q- Q , "f A E J Perer Hordie , few- g a Jon Kelly H94 Johnorhon Lively WM ASNQY Newell Volefie Newell Edmund PiH5bU'Y Jon Kelly "keeps on rruckin through rhe kindergorren 112 YOOFTW. W 7' new ' lr ' 'sr R l ha: ' M Motthew Roinwoter Robbie Royel Alison Robinson il' Peter Hordie investigates the creoture he found on the ployground. Emily Sdwm Chelseo Smith Hannah Stinson Rebecca Stovoll Roddy Tonner Thomas 1 N. le X 1 x Ai r ,fri Wesley Von Wyk Chris Voros Wendy Weotheford Amber Boswell slides into the new school yeor. YZ' 'qw' 'MY Alicia Adams 452: Burqess Baker uns nop 'uw i fx .A Rob Coll Candice Carreil Crm.- QS9 ,, ....... F. . L Christina Dickerson works diligently on her masterpiece. Bret Zack Clarke .gn iW may 'if' Craft Jared Christina Dicke ' 441 Randy Eisenmon Hunter Estes Eve Ettinger 'K Hg "2 Kerri Friedmon Alison Goldrnon xfp Xi ss iii f Allison Hoffer Gordon Johndroe Peter Jones Jeffrey Kenney Paige Roiney, Ashley Boker, Crisonne Ports, Alexondro Teogue ond Chrisrino Dickerson roke o breok during recess. Leslie Grolino Asif Khon Kristi Koslow wg .- FD 0. I O 3 3 O '4 fn 9 W '4 I O 2 I 31 M A 1 fl 9 YU '4 I O 2 I D UV f 2 f O. 0 vi 5 3 Z CD -. fD O 0 :r 2 1 ,ifgvlf f W, if Y f rn I V 3 r fisr , V 3 , W ,rrrr K' I 5? Jeffrey Kuppermon Kelly Lonier 115 JC' MW 1 ' rlsten Lobsteln Momn Meodows The first Louren Meeklns Soro Mehoffey Karen Newton Ashley Normond Jennlfer Poce -ag! . Perine Alllson Price Polge Romney Joey Shoidro -Z? Sw -. Justin Sloughfer Morcus Alexondro lf Q' li 1 ill. .lohn Thompson Sollv T hurmon Allison Hoffer eroses the boord for Mrs. Von Buskirk. Hilary Tomlinson Alison Goldman poses for The phorogr 'hx Von pf, QS kiwi 4 S Wons Brin We lun' 9' opher. on il Michoel Wilkins i E X Allison Williorns Allison Wood Ben Wright Bill Wysong Julie Acuff Aroi Ahmed Dovid Anton o rtel an 'sn-rf' Jr l if ,W , Cristopher Boss John Botton Christine Benton The second oroders love to Qho Rehon Ali Nicole nnorino 4' -:IFQ w off their Lori Blue Rebecco Bock Bose Tiffony Hunnicutt concentrotes on reoding her book. Blake Brown Richard Brown Robin Brown Roche-'I Freshmen We-A v be Q X Q sv dw YNN , was YYY!! Horr Soroh Hemp 119 iff 1 N01-Xl' Josh Kormon Done Q01 i N , Johnson Austin Jones Kristen Kerbel Suson Klein Tol Lefler A A ., ..., A s E is gg XSS! t isnrv gl , ' K y l zif if l Brooks Lobingier Steven Luskey Ross Lyons A Z Lehrer Michelle Moncrief Chefl LOVVVWQVOVW c w t , is f srss U L - , -lrr L . ' L - K ' xi K' 'lhl K .K .. K s K hz . -. 1-we 2 KKKIAWJ i -me . A K .A S. s rsss 1 ' .P i - 1 ,, , 'sis' ,. . .. , . . 2- K ' . ' K - 7- i K : 7? - in 1- if Q . . Lg :QQ P. Q V 'KK. ' ,. K Q N Frosher Nickelson Boles Nelson Sollie Royzor Nicole Annorino ond Done Kuppinger conternplote sleeping through closs. C0fheflf19 NOVTTW Je55lC0 PGOCOCV Tricio Reodinger 'Donny Settle Coroline Shropshire Combrio Smith Leslie Steele GW W gi M A ,, A ws k M15 WW WJ, 'i in 4 V U msg it Rett Storm Leigh Anne Sykes Jennifer Tondy Amy Thomos Vol Thomos Jennifer Trocy ef' , ,, sk N5 B1 K Howord Wolsh ww' Whitney Wilson Sollie Royzor, Leslie Steele, ond Aroj Ahmed show off their creative puppets. 121 Bryon Adkison Aus o Iount Mrs. leon Webb's closs doe-sn'r wosre o minute of time. Jonothon Eodes Brette Estes Scott Ettinger Doryn Eudoly Joson Wingord ond Will Beukjust love recess. 'QAQBM K -451 Mrs. Betty Sloyton's third-grode closs is eoger to stort o new doy, Eric Formon Andreo Ferguson Potrick Fischer Dovid Fisher John Freese Robert Freese Jomie Fried 123 Heother Green i gA" . g-Af 1 f " ':v ." E E W 5 Motthew Johnson ' , f nm, , IZE E. B, Lutz 5Ydf19Y MWWGHY CWISTOPNGV POSYOYG' Scott Thurrnon Robbie Reodlnger ond Lora Rooch Kristen Penny Erln Pryor Bluebird Q at if g Mott Tilley ,Lil , fm! 40 1 gf - , I 5 , gf, i 7 V Q ' g' lm I 49 " M 1 TY .:.. l X 4, I . ,,,. ,y- L l 'Z Joson Wingord Af Yoko Bogirch Noble Acuff 41' -amanda Louro Boldwin Chris Borrel Forhon Ali adn Blue me?" Hollond Wolsh osks innocenrlv 6 n.,n-,,n., ,n 1- . f. Chris Collins disopproves of the phorogropher's inter- ruption, but Shelley Boswell keeps on reoding. sv-if lf' Chris Collins il John Dovis Dovid Dickerson ,wi Corhom Joson Cox , C 42? X ,Qi fs C ,, av ' Robbie Freshmon Jennifer Goines Liso Ginsberg ri m Jeff Glover Elliot Goldmon i i Q 5 t vjf f Kurt Greve Mork Hort Fourth out of music closs. Holmon Horvey Ty Hoffe ,. ff 4'- .,,, ,Nh E 1 R L4 X I' 5 A sv 3.1 N Mork Hollond :Vx , y Y ,' X' , , .JV x fi Q 'fig 'fi ,swf - f Xi, if Vx, 1 ff Q is ,ks o fi X .4 . 3 2 g f sf ? t i t 1 R ' ' ' xx f x - f . , 5 , , ,J if j U' Reogon Hopkins Bob s Seoly Johnson -3103- Abby Atho ond Corrie Wilson describe their Holloween pumpkins. Noncy Hunnicutt 4429 Joson Jones ff X fl tw an S "" l fx Kehdoll Jomi Fourth leom how to use the 302' Qf 'fi l ,. flikx Les Kreis Jon Lomensdorf F. .. , . -- - " ' Lenore Moncrief Moncrief dvi e'9 Newell Newsom Morto Ctero Alexo Poce 401- xs lf T050 PGTTY Josoh Price Ty Hoffer smiles gleefully ot the thought of recess. Todd Roinwofef A0990 Rutherford A Chris Shoffer Lee Shropshire 5oroStoncullJsiV MN""i Christine Stosikowski Dee Thomos Christopher Thompson f N Liso Toler Brod Trocy Holland Wolsh Jennifer Wilemon Corrie Wilson Gretchen Wood ieiiig 'W an liiyil i I9 i X1 f A - 'X R , . . t. ff, 2 . m x . Mrs, Pricillo Horrier helps Soto Stoncul-sos, Jason Price, Chris Cothom, ond Alexo Poce findjust the right book. 'tix Q 5 is 4 jf Kenneth Yowell Lindsey A9UilOf' Jomiel Akhtor Bob Anderson Jennifer Anton .... ?tgo.X?6.:a3rk E In -'gy lQe C L L .rkk Q," ,Wx' P 5 Terrell Ard Chris Boker Somontho Boss so B 1 5 'inf B MW Brod Belton Jon Bonnell Tirn Bose "Boys will be boys." Elinor Brqdghgw Brent Brockermeyer D'Ann White is oll smiles. Adrienne Cloy Kendel Cohen Annobelle Brown Chris Cook If 'Wiki Todd Corbett Melisso Dovis Joy Decker Joson Teague finds closs omusing. West Decker Stephen Dickey Keith Doeren tr ,D Kendoll Ferguson Domon Gaines Mork Glickfeld Jennifer Goldman ffiQt Clorence Hod me 'ik Rondi Holl is in onother world during sports Em Jacobson Down Eudoly Rondi Holl Troci Hodges -W ""!" Jones Lonier ion Heor Boron Lobstein Mern Morgorer McDermott Wesley Meekins Amondo Nelson Eddie Nelson Melissa Dovis mixes ooint for her new project. 41 Jennifer Nnckelson Alice Nowlin Peacock Domon Goines gives Jon Bonnell o helping hond with his homework corrections. Chfisfino menk Courtney Pom David pubncover 132 ,, lylee Kelli Shelton W e K "K"Ql, 7-fl Joson Teague Tommy Uhr fwfmm Bull Kelley Dusty Lomer ond Down Eudoly fund our what they ore reolly mode of Corme WYSOHQ N if B 4 ' iiz 4 , L If Kristino Anicito Vonesso Armstrong Socho Atkinson Mike iri Y rrrr X M G ,. y' of ,, tp X1 Q5 it 3 V Yi QW? ,gn 5 , 'W iw +fM2 John Beodles Judy Blumberg Derrick Bolton 1' l on 4 'V 'T' fi fx' Tony Broms Mike Brennon Mon Burke Molly Chambers is reodv for o new dov. Louro Bonnell df Soro Butler l Y f Suzonne Poul , Chere Choppel Kent Churchill Chuck Seely, Derrick Bolton ond Poul Cornpbell ore pre-pored for orchestro. 134 B l Chambers Ben Clork Jennifer Clorke Volerie if , irri y ur r if J 21+ Kelsie Costello Michoel Dike Chorles Dishron ir? Lourie Joel Fried I Jennifer Gorner Maggie Gibbs M Mrs. Helen Morizzo's closs studies Texos Jody Gluck Dovid Greenmon Holly Griffin Ernmo Growold Bloke Howrhorne Amy Hemp Allison Jeffers Mork Kendoll I -1 Jennifer Lovette L s Wilson Kwon Wolton Lowrence Toso Lefler Brooke rig Andy Polond is the "incredible Hulk " Meqon Andy Polond Pitch Polond Cindy Reese Courtney Roinwoter Amy Riley -t""FiP fa Bobby MCC-iehee McGroth Elizobeth Oliver Christi Pence Christine Lourie Ferguson ond Megon Plonlsey enjoy o visit with Clyde, the homster ffl Dovid Roberto Edword Sampson Rollond Sonders Garrett Sonderson Pomelo Srddo A Q. iso :sn fofrond of mrce Pere Chuck r s Louro Smnh ichord 9 vens Allison Srree Shello Uhr Julie Word Julie Welch Tommy Williford Yole Yee Richord Yenris I 5 , 2 Someer Ahmed Eric Arnerte Dovid Atkinson Hvott Boss E t I i r I 1 t ,. ,Q Y 4 Jennifer Bohl Liso Bond I 7 Jockie Bookolom Poulo Bosler Murroy Brodford Alon Brodshow WOW HYUG 0 feod- Alone Bromonti I Chuck Brown Steve Steve Burke Beth Calderon John Cook Threatens the photographer- Pete Chombers Vivion Cloy Rondy Conn 138 John Cook Liso Dickerson Mike Durhom Poige Forris Deboroh Feonny Ilivl, Ci.-lv.Av HlL:.--..l':..L-.. ll--.L-.rL,-- r,nr- I "Take o picture of Kristen ond me," screoms Ellen Smith. Richie Glover Jeffrey Greenmon Rob Greve Brent Holl Mork Honsord Hope Horvison Lech Fulkerson Fronks Elizobeth Freese ,?.a-4 orlie G Liso Gluck , ---H Ed Holt Bloir Kibbie Ki ,PAW Meligsq MCAdQm5 Mike Ronelle looks forword ro the bio qome. jimmy MC Corter Jones Jonn lr-mm Brod Lomensdorf Sondv Mock Mike McGrath Sheryl Newton Mory Nolon Steve Pendley Erik Peters Richord Potts Kimberly Price Sherry Prindle Alone Bromonri ploys reocher for o doy. -msn.. or L? f Kristen Jim Publicover Mike Ronelle Rimmer Shonnon Shoffer Ellen Smith John Smith Peorish Smith Qnff' Artist, Pete Chambers, studies his subject while Kothy Kibbie studies him. Leoh Stevens Dovid Stevenson Stocey Stoddord Andrew Thompson Liso Tilley Soto Von Hemert Allison Wolsh Ellen Wolsh Tod Word Dovid Welch Susan White Donny Willis Doug Winker Scott Wysong Bill Arnold Trocy Brown Andrew Bruner ondy Co eso ' w Chris Clnrk fhrictinm f'mm.,f-.U xxlfvaf. rm-.,.u,. Durhom Joson Endebrock Tereso Fischer Jomes Bohon Suzonne Bohon Seon Brennon Heother Corter r-:-n.... -.-,.- L A , ru- , fr .. . - A - -- Tim Foster Goines Trey Gibbs Byron Glickfeld JiII Gordon Brod Greenmon Vicforio Holl Andy Horfrnon ond Pom Johndroe Schreler ore token obock or me fhounhr of rw res' Mork Jones Brod Killoock rephonie LeBIonc Tiffany Lewis Jill Gordon concenrrores on her ortwork. Mork Henderson Doniel Hines ii an L Tim 12 Russell Lutz Joe Hodnerr Rick Hopkins Q "When you've got to go, you've got to go ' 1 4 -L A,.. ..-L-..,, McGehee Kam Mdnrosh Tino Otero Rowan Debro Rubin Bill Ryon Anne Sompson f 1 'iw riff Louren Sonderso Vw. 1-.L Deon Schreler Anne-Morne Slddons Biil Steele Erxc gf W, Hg. ,QQ W . :"' n ..::,. k.,:: D ,.,, 5 k,,. , 'ele 5 ' 1 f ",, e f Bersy Walker Phoebe Yee Amee Yerms Bryonr Gaines enjoys o beouriful foll afternoon. 145 Kathryn Albers Anderson Anicito Sarah Hudson Ard Suzanne Atkinson Bama David Black Randy Chappel practices his boxing skills on Laura Craig Bonham Liles- 'A A " 'A ' H' ' " " ' " ' Mary Butler Catherine Carlton RC'ndY Choppe' Kelli Dem Bobbie Dixon Freshman girls bundle up under blankets while watching the game David Forney Robbme Futkerson L zorme Gonn Jono Glover L Gr nr Jull Porruck Woo Brenr Howrhome Doeren Leonne Elwood on Brett Paul Kimzey Anne-Lise Knecht Elissa Kolbo Courtney LeBlanc Soro Leefnan Anke Lietrnann Rich Jeffers 1 Q Johnson Jennifer Lipscomb's private eyes are watching YOU, Louro Laesecke Louro Liles Cue Jennifer Mocdonal Todd Mock Suzanne Mouze Jimmy Buffington attempts to unrovel the mystery Elizabeth Miley Marian Oden Richard Payne of the Rubiks Cube. Keith Peorson Suson Peters ond Poul In their H., Scott Seorcy Kevin Seover X Peter Trochtenberg John Unsworth K Jtrnmle Prrndle Rottikin X NN. gif? Louren Reitmon Rooch Dovud Schollmouer Kirsten Sherrnon Ben 74 ,1 ndro Stevens Potrick Woodson Chorles Zubieto John Zubieto Scott Abernothv Jock Charles Arnold Joe Bolle i ly x Mike Bonto Jock Belton Julie Berne Alon Glselle Bookolom Robln Brnttoln Steve Brock Morv Bruner Tracie Foster Kam Lee Lee Burdette Russ Clark ottempts to tronsform into Mr. Hyde Russ CIOVK Kirk ClOUf1Ch L99 Cox L 'S Annette Dickerson XT M ,.ot..,, G M V G .dis-as aq.Ff"'L- xxx - -gf 'wt 'i Cothv Milev and Mom's home cookina over cafeteria food Jeff Durham Fischer Kim Fishe Steohanie Foster Tracie Foster Claire Garrett Devon Gilbert rdon Griffith Molly Ensor, Emily Minton, and Kim Fisher ignore their weight watchers training. MO"9e'Y Hodges ff" Rob Ensor Sholen Horibhai Dawn Heath Todd Hodnett Gardner Jonathon Garne Jeff Holland had ..s.-as Sue an V? uro Leonard -1- X-W Sarah Medary Dill Jones Lunde ius isa Miller Emily Minton Marie Olson Chris Springer and Charles Larnensdorf Tino John try out for the Golden Gloves. Elizabeth Leeman McLean Trish McMockin Trey Campbell attracts pretty girls. o Pounds John Runvon Shep Sonds Make ond Sheots Ashlev Smith Roche! Oh do you reolly thunk Im pretty? osks Devon 'ben Suson Chris Dede Stevens Stephonte Sumner E Scott Thomos Andrew Turner Guy Voughn Amy Wolsh Melisso Wont Victorio Webb Julio White Monico Yondell . 1 Q Morth V - 11 Sheryn Atkinson Bohl Dovid Bonhom im ond Kim Cruce moke 0 Cut Mork Jonice Coreso Christine Chambers W-me Hfwwc ' at Jeff Brond Bori Buckner Suson Chombers Jeff Cockerhom Pom Corbett Kim Becky Deocon Kirk Deon Allen Dickey Corol Dickey Bruce Dickinson Jone Trocnrenberg srroighrens up her locker, gy Z 3 Tommie Duncon rhorn Eisner Meionie Cuoines A ff Eric Gordner Leslie im is-all iv Mike Heod Alien Holiond Hudson Brooke John Jones Kristi Kell M i Kim Kennedy Rob Kimzey Hendnk Uefmonn Holli Webster ond Becky Deocon find thoughts of lost week-end's fiesto enjoyable 155 Eleonor Mouze Melindo Murrell Poige Potterson Kelly Scoggins Todd Liles Mike Melisso Mortin Kristen S.,-K A x Michelle Melch Scott Miller Alon Meeker "5-H"" 2 Mike Neben Bill Nowlin Dione Wolwoth finds physics omusing. Cynthio Porker 'iw' Mory Robolois Kim Rotliff Jodie Robbins Ashley Roodhouse Edword Sonkory Borboro Scroggie Corolyn Shelton Elcio Silvo Dovid Simpson Jennifer Synder ii 1 Melissa Stork -ill Melanie Gaines and Christine Chambers think that is a Dorr r Jane Diane Walworth Candy Webber Holli Webster Stevens Mark Vincent Ginger Durham, Eleanor Mouze, and Sheryn Atkinson are all smiles at the Homecom- ing game. Q i Nick Wei' Jodie Robbins sunbathes in her spare time Y if Joey White -.EM ,QM f 2 by 1 ff Q W f 'v-...W Z 0 W 1 iw V .i"'- ff xxx -sl' u- new mfg' X mari we . if X g. S U Queen Always CIub,One of Doc s McGhees. WW womon. Oh Won how funny!" Always Comp Mystic. Young senior. Incredible woman. Crowlln on the floor or Show's. Loves "Yo'Il I . 9 1 hovgg to bobysit tonight." Big studler. Lower School teochefs oid. "Whot's o horse blanket?" Dresses nicely. Dd6dy's little girl. Friendly. T.C.U. bound. 3 ma. ,Laf- www . dana , ii, v 4 ., ff M fi H, Ak , ff.k ik n 'Q 2, If , W ", ,3 M Q - in 4? fa 160 ff f 'M E Q 4, g ,f fm f as W 'K Q Q W "M, ,L Q w 55 M? I 5 ,,x X 5 M -526' '22, , 9 f . Akrk Mi 'L 'Q - ikklafsfl 1 I fi-f14,w..":' 2 f gffv I QA: -vi? HQ Vg? at fl fi ,Y gf If 1 ff ff f .f 577 5 s 5' 'gi' Q 5 I f4'm,f s ,it vw, - f . '.' 5 ' V fir, ,r Sf , K yy 1 EQ, is gh 2 ffffj J. Q, 'fir 11,4355-V. J . A" 3, Y rf n 1 ' A y if A Exif' ' ' sr' lx .T '45 Ak- Poschol pals I promise Steve ond I good friends."' Caprice-Classic. Loves to dad's 280ZX. Weekends in Austln. mlndmovlng your machlnery, slr?" Atka Marty and the glrls. Pretty. Blg blue eyes. A who only knows two speeds: stop and "Dudley DocrRight's look aIlke." Never on "Where's Kathy?" Came to CDS in ninth Sweet. Wrong way on a one-way street downtown. "Oh how funny!" Always has something else on her mind. Dreams she klcked out of school. Always has something to say. Sara Legweak. Chris. G.N.O. Stacy and nsas V.. M R' ' Annie. Indlon Bronz Z senior year, Bern ponies. Austin slx . "Brain" Boscom. Loves computers. Hos o patron demon. Smon. Con home for lunch. "Dano D." E ,..V High SAT Stores. Merit Semi- lng. Draws on his hand! of tok- , , Si Originol Truimverote Member. Blodx " - m e AP. History. "Bonds for Arioch." Original CDSer. Mo1f9w-9 60444-""" 4 ., 'TWA ll , 2 9,36 ,lr mp, 4 Q, k u 8 5' li Egg ",- kg,?iQ' ,, 1 4,,' 381' 'Y if ..-. S Hfi ff, .. f -we-'f Ha Pony or n- vu 4 A W M, 1 ggi o, ro l 1 or - Block Valley 4, ond softball oB.T.'s groovy halloween 're my ldoI!'f Acts like she went Podre. fs4jChombers?" Powers Stones up, Piglet!" Pronkster Vernon " 'rd's Ski Club. One of the Foursome. Famous hondshokes. Hilorious predictable. Wild ond crozy. MK I , is '. .f 0' :Ig ab we, 1, any 94,3 6 1 14 'weiL, V 'gp-W, , f? '71, v I, 4 if wr , I 71097 , 3, if L was K kV..V sf' ,J WV if :ig . L . Bunn. Survived Outward Bound. Has a klller Texas accent. Laredo's Gang. Turned bathroom into a darkroom. Cameras. Wants TQ. L, o vet, Painrlng fences at the ranch. hours. Tried to make Class of '82 even getting lost in Big Bend. Loves exterml ffom B. Fan Club. Skeeter. Bunny. "Back in O Bekki's "community" pool. Loves to watch TV. Never at school. '-'What happened to your legs, Bunn?" Loves "my kitty." "Weeelll -" T.G.l.F. Funny. Shy, but wlrry. Always laughing. Longs to be an Aggie. S... Lf:v 4fm 'QE' ,Ka QA Q H ,il me aff 'X T ,k,,..mu,,,, L Q-.Mws- op Wx Member. Lob bond Monoger for nnce to soy obout kay. - f ,h N-.X """""' Mlm... J v""'l X Q. Qs... Il J, a ss, 1 3 :Ig 'L . ,ff , .gg V, .1 f 1 of 'Q ff, 168 .2 ,,. ,,- ... W' iff Mw"W volleyboll setter. the Blozer, but got ond Compoigners. ,Com spell 'But Kghnln The ranch. , l diQ'frT"f"know mor!" un to be oround. laugh, "When Big, pretty blue Apple ple girl. Mmmwmgrf mwfm-,mfr A-f' wwf f,.,,,f win 169 t E R I .W if W- ,A V, v,,,,, W ,"'. It fa f f ,t gg 4 .L',Z"'f'," ,rv ".. .. WWW' gpg , my Q -My . J, ? . ii Q ff ' wma A i ,f,,,, I , Q 170 9 wlth "What Harris "I'm not loslng do?' ' Glrofh thing on for Bessie Bevo ,L Patrick f,dtDqg. Funny F friily. Vrir. , K kr 3 1 V I gr: ..:V Y 1 VL Q' W Colifornio. " Co-pilot of that looks like he s from In in Rhode Islond . . Smon. Soccer ond Tennis Tony what the lost s. A.P. socks?" PHS Crosh. Corb. "You ond Tony ore twins?" Con flnolly drive - legolly. "Hey Corb. did your mom flx your hoir?" Yonkee. Goes for older women, Cheerleoding ponner, "Where's NoIon?" Mrs. Orr's fovorite. "Pony ot Corben's!" Greot pool ponies. Copilor of the Blue Bomb. Football, soccer, ond trock stud. Sexy legs. "101 woys to Loves biology. "Bock in Rhode Islond . . Loves to reod ond wofch movies. Animol House Fon. Blonde hoir, blue eyes -- All Amerlcon Boy. Funny. Alwoys hoppy. . W' Sl ig lg' 'Vid' we .ff -fi -5 ' S., . in .. Q, yyy. , W! ' gf. i iw if I if 4 QLQSW, .L f ,E W W if if . ,,.,. ,,, . All i f 2 V ,,, ,E W ,Jae-, , ,,LmDickermoon. "Mooner." Onelof o million kids in hisiomny. Finally grew. i.c.c4f5:heeneodlng Pm- ner. Foorboll. "Fruir." "Tell fill obour the frees, hut!" Alwoysiger coughr. Desrln with Ronikin. ronylhlng. Nothing but ACIUC. The Cors, Von ond Foreigner. J.W.? Good driver. Gets on dores. Foorboll cosuolty. Permonenr gull- ry Smile. Cure ond friendly. H - ,QQ Q . K W . f -X ,isa K or 1 va 4' 4, K X1 , ' i i ,r.ii M,i fr fa-M., .fs gli ' Ei? V . ., , xr .. awp' Vg f' K, - . ,Qi A If , Q .. H I S f E 2 ' i E . ,xt ,V K ky iv f' 49 fi' wwf W Dlshrag. Ltzzle. What Summer '81. Came to CDS her say you could do thot?" Thought she was a roccoon T,G.l.F. Paris with Shannon. O.U. weekend what a Softball Ace, Great cut-down wars, her junior year. Went to Heights for Comes up with new expressions. Chefrel "Let's personality. Gorgeous green eyes. U.T. bound. plans , "riff - Virg. VD. Co-editor of Flight '6 V ond Comodo summers. Aledo Cou L: f "inLL""Podre Crew. The Wogon. "Oh God, T just drove up!" I . . . I. . . don'r think so. AI Whom! See yo rorer. Tolks foster rhon ov EEV Thinks her Dod is Middle Age crazy. "Um . .. Pretty," l'm so sure thot Fur- ginio. Long Iisr of per-peeves.! f'L. ' rfhoffh' 505' cer worm. 'XWos ir downy?" Q Gorgeous Blue eyes. Wigheod. So Er, ifH6Frig7' 'Teen Boord. Depression Sessions. The bo ortocks. The Ag- gie rruck. Fun ro be oround. " V , " ,rif ,, ,mf 3 , n f, ., ,,,. , : 2 -"' i , ,:, ' ,wg W Q 2 I g,, 1 -- ,, : 5 A ww.. ,ww 'fr HH, ' MY 1 'Q - ,ww 'eimx :ff,sfm9g, -gzqm, E,,Kz,f,fz x"'ffWr, 1f:,-,EEEETM fwirfwlifrz. v we , , ,, , y W ,fsf -me nf A H 5 I-zffmiiif 'Sw f f VW, f :Q H Z' ff 'V g4r:,,,r,.iQM44mW1'1s'G2' J , M5 1 ,v,.,, .e,r"r ., , , ffrfi-,M . ,W:,, r W fi . V -N SW if . if rl, 1: .4 ,,, ,, f 1,,,. ,QQ i, W Ma.-11' fi f Q, I M Lmwrgss fr., ' M: QD f K 5 YW 'Mx fm: flwdnmkf my .ww x ,Q 4 ,p HN- 1 egg X 9 Q ff s Sf 4ig:. e' . s I 1 5 "ii .ew gms Ili-1 i 'xx 'N L, qw, , Lf. N-ff,5fw.X S , , . . 3: f, -RWE, V- . AA.. Q K , wh if 'Si Bork. "Hey, Horvl" Tried to use o telephone pole for o hood orno ALLI' nt. The blue jeep. Hos o thing for windshields. m A er Horris Mon. Preppie. MKH or MKB? Foorboll 5nd Soccer, Cheerleading Portner. History Ace. "Yo'lI should hove seen what Holrnon All around othlete. Loves to thunt, l,C.C,A. Lady-miter. Dt? amen. Dark, cgy noir. Ronger Fon. Cute grin. Pretty blue eyes. Alwoys IWOPPY- . x Q i get i my WW ? if ii AKA B f,f!Q, t 4 iw at ,.,s.J,g VV t , tw' ,ai ' we 'ff' , at 1 A KV I .MW L ,, Lk., it 5.-.y 1' L ?.,.?. 1 A iw, 7 E. Chreestoph. German Usedjd drive M795 Z wagon with real character, Literman. Talks backwo 5' teachers in German and sometimes gets caught. Brain damage from Freshman Football. Teaches everybody dirty German wordssiipsed to have small ponies until they grew too pobu ur. Football. " eManl isagod Cheerleading rtner Un Chris' Nature Walk. i.C.C.A. "Kill ir, ltill it." Fun- ny. Sinister laugh. l.D.D.D. "You threw cans of k' what out of thewfindow on the way to Padre?" AC! DC. Smart. Cute smile. Quiet. is it if si - .Q ,mr J' iw ' eest Qi H x I 2 .Ir 129' I I 1" ' ffffiif if J, 5 .ffl gi! , .wr - ' jg I U, xii 5 4? li , fs A 1 3 I QL gglilqi f z 5 qi 9 l l 5 3 1 J' gig VIVV J' V E? A m r EM., tiger! get Q , I I Red. Rolph. Horses. Looowroonce. Redrheods do it better, Koy ond Goy. "I sow them sing thot! Rolling Stones fan. 'Plons to home het first child Mick Jogger. Loves lifeguords. Cooch WoII's favorites. Likes to bong on Mr. Kohn's wolls. Good student. "He mokes me sick, I sweorff' Dresses nicely. "Key, go to Heights!" Tom B. Fon Club. Alwoys hos on unbelievoble story obout gthe weekend, Portying with Tylo. Loves to tolk on the phone when she's mod. Funny lough. Softboll queen. Crozy. "Don't you hote thot?" Red Cutloss. "XVe're in o fight." D.D.P. for breokfost. Arkonsos with Morty ond the girls. "My porents would string me up if I did thot!" Pretty hoir. 182 View 1, 351 3 ff 33 yi ff? J. g sl' , V " 435 I 41 N I f f 'ii XA ,W i, 4 3 ii? ,Q ,wi H' if ar !. Q 1 ,mp 1Ha'54"5'f Q Q W V '51 , f n i 'fl i , A W9 Q 4 KW 3 7 If 5 U ,jfs 4 r W' I " ff yy? J is 1 49: it if 5 , 5' iz A Y? 5 wwf iw. t si., gs: 2 K-ish, .- A I fi f w -fi... if .2-111 Q.. .. ... ,, .. .Q A .K "k, f -av 4' W n f, is i' :i 5 S .. 5 if U E -Mg. ., 'I 'sw , if ., - - 4 E ,L.. .-1 mr: ' - j gi g: i ' 21 f .f if 5 f ' :nfs i ij .s .. A ig it . ,, 21 Ki 3 . k . QM, ' - Witt W , 11""f Q' . ...ew if . ' . 1: ' I-:Ig 53 .. . . , , gf 2 .f L. t . M. P wi- if W -Y 1 . W J, ,ayr 'iw pw ' .. Q -R+' "PW ,av if ew -1-,Mfr mf E- 'Ji ftf if if ni My mem! 1 R KY M ' . .W la, i ff ' J H. - . ' VVVL 5' ' I W i T ., L ' - if - f -. ' . ,'.. , f' . "'57f'r,, .-fi rica., . K , ,... . u f .fs ' --LA . Q ui B 'VK' if 4 2, at a McGoon. l.C.C.A. Loves to sail. Curly, blonde hair. Short. Fun to pick on. Always sick with allergies. Original CDSer. Drives a black truck with real character. Went broke making it legal. "Two woods dIverged." Topsiders. Worked gat Baskin Robbins. Secret squirrel. McGown mobile. Still carries the Carter-Mondale sign that he "accidentally" ran over during Campaign '8O. New Wave. Funny and nice. o W V -. 3, V, il? W as 8 5 me Unforgettable Mego-Wien Padre Crew. Allison. t his ranch "How many Wild end of school pany a . Da ?" Got fried at Padre. schools have you been to, n ' 'i ws how to dress for Carries recipes ln his I I A wild ponies. Always ' od story to tell. gfeed J ne Fonda to the whales." Trailblazing ' the Gun Recgieod o monster. The mon with the Golden ssr . . d bullets. Sharp-shooter. NRA Bombs, boobytrops, an Aspires to be a bartender. "Dan hit who? . . . He back- ' er dull. Cute laugh. ed into what?" Often quiet byev Handsome. OU bound. if 0 ,Q ,Q ,QPF ml F UN E 1 E i :.?f,f'fy 4 4 15" f ff 5 . - 1 ,f,',fi' 5 . X i si Q Q S' fn-wff' I "' iw X' 4Wi'! . K . A fri A i . W. ".. f :" . 2 ... . .... .... W wg i i 'i ,' .HW -- .,.. 'f .. . i . We Jugdish. Cholice. Koty's boby. "It's noturol, like birds ond flowers ond . . Tim. Padre Crew. Destin with Leslie, "Push - the bully of the neighborhood." Volleyboll, ond Dosketboll. "Give me on Alko Seltzer." Beto Porty. Austin. "I meon, do you mind, ore you mod?" An onimol before her morning coffee. "Yo moron!" Lost on the woy to Zew World, "Uh, I don't think so," A weokness for pizzo. "Oh yeoh, guess I needed to be there." Alwoys chewing gum ond blowing mego- bubbles. "Shut up Charlie!" "The cor's not In pork!" Hos o dole, if she "wants" it. Cute Triumph. Pertheod. Folcon Force. Originol CDSer. Cute Iough. Pretty eyes, Wd , wr . ,, .D 4' 3 ei... ,iii . A . ..y of i if 'luv g as . . hh'i -i'1 iiii iiii ii.i M . in 24+ 'ifi ll ii .gs it ii ...i ...Q in ianiw " s az' 11. ' f Y .t t --, ss- Meto. Never ot school. Come to CDS os o se- cond groder. Three BMWs in two yeors. Keller or wos it Roonoke, Dorlo? Alwoys visiting her sister ot U.T. K.J.D.C. Lulu, Fefe Tuffles, ond Trixie. Jockette. Preppy shoe strings on cleots. Field Hockey, Soccer ond Tennis Coptoins. Meto con fix it. Miteff's out- door poncokes. Rio Doso Summers. Fun with J.D.'s Mercedes, Kenneth, Jomes. Short. Holds record for most people in front seot of 450 SL. First runner up in Poc Mon Olympics. Hos been on o diet for tvvo yeors. Alwoys squints. Loves Soul music? G.N.O. Where ore we? Originol Folcon Forcer. Ads Monoger '81 Tolks to herself. Renee's buddy. Miteff's legol, . . ogoin. Heoded for U.T. , an Q, xg W, ,. W -1 J 4' 'Y ki ,WMS f i. K M ,,,f fn Lk QQ " ' J 1, 5 gif fgffi f , L ,Jw my 74 kwa, ,XF K It s No Qulll Prohle b0fffli"lQ! Iii' 1' f an Af ,ww - s W A ar fi ffm X 5 A f-wg,-i -mf ' - 'L 55.3. f ' ii? r, ,gf ' 'ii Hi X Q , fix ,Q f . , if in A K, Q . r K r 2 1 r 1 G 55 r ,- Q,, Ne, L, 555525 , rf' , WW 'Y k . fm .er f ire if I ,v b . ' , ,Z V' 591 ,f 4 ,zsemig my - WH? . 3. F 1 rf, 2w,.Q.--'fs 4 until she cries. Colvinized. Cordell!" Choner member club "Tweety-bird " "Tolk- Jusr remember, rf xr wosn r even when she's mod Likes ro Ngchos ondgkerchup -- yum! Skirigny, Whomhe can do with sorcosrlc Incredible ocrress deor. Alvyoys mod or her Med gchool Bound? Hey, Nole. Football Stud. "What are you, Nolan, on vacation or something?" Dangerous redhead. "Go Fighting Irish." Tells great jokes. Excellent piano player. S.A. - just friends? Cheerleading Panner. "Where's Mike?" Jokester. "Seven years of Med school down the drain." Taco Buena lover, The Pinto. Always on a vaca- tion. One of Mrs. Orr's favorites. Always late to classes. One week crash course In Semantics, Big Red - The Bull. Great personality. A real gentleman. mmmmm Wig 1 A Qi in 4 .T .first 1 kfsvi 2 . a 7 I 1 . i t, ,S ui 1, 4 him 1 "Q, . silk . 2 F .sg ,fi f T 33 e x! 2 f 51' ' Y, 4 nga' v 5' 5 'ln xg? A is ffl 8 M Q 1 3: Lg , 4 Q, 5' - 2 193 if gi.. 5: 4 her senior yeor. N orionol Merir Semi- Where ore you from, Jill? . . . Well, where's . nt , . her Northern occent. green Fior oppeqiieg . J.. French ond Spanish. Very smo V ro school. Wisconsin. '? "H"""' Sur rise. Hos o cure W Dun ' A urs., Cute? eegj. Eos! li , .,, X f 1. U, Sa is I 1' I u sr 3 5 W - W' MQ: 5 S I 4 4 Q ' 4 M. , .. 'Y 'JW' ' , P iw, w I. I Q33 'wg 1 Pose. Student Body President. All-oround othlete. Footboll Stud Theoter. Cheerieoding Partner. someone. Lodies' mon, The pest. "Mr. Potts, l con ploy thot just funnin with yo!" Alwoys "Yo'lI think I could . . Long mon. Sexy legs. Thoughtful. Short, dork ond hondsome. 13-+1-.vig GM ? J - .,,f 1 fc: 12" W' af mt tie 9 Ta-.....,,. Rim. "Renee R. Ida be." Lives in the sticks. . . RP woman. Always wearing the best. Let's go to oe's. "Cynthia, can I borrow your car?" Hates diet lrinlss. TCU library. "Oh ya'lI, guess who I sow 'esterdoyl?l' Pele. Developed o long list of toyfriends her senior year. Party at Renee's. 'Daddy won't let me." Vail. "Hey Rimmer, feel pedal?" R.H.? How many days? Abnormal ap- retite - but never gains on ounce. "What choo allsin bout girl?" Thin. "l-le is the cutest thing l've ever seen!" Miteff's other half. NB. The Caddy. Crazy. Original CD5er. Rrrick. Rag. Z-26. Noises. Loves to freak out klds on the playground. The bat. lmitates frogs. Aspires to be the world's greatest engineer. A.P. History boy. "Ya'll just shut up . . . Thanks." Rhodesian Army. SPI girls. Football Captain. Cheerleading Partner. Wants to spend o summer in Israel. Ozzie Ozborne and The Crazy Train. Padre Crew. Cute legs. Athlete. l.D.D.D. Jailbait. Bob Marley. Silly Billy. A man among men. Voted most likely to go insane. Smart. Ole Miss. 'il , W A ' ' , u' I V a ,frm 5 iv 9 av 'xv +4 'Nu fs I X5 Q' 5 'nn U it J K Q I If 'f as 'Q X I Q - W' + 1 Q :V ' 4 M Q, I Q 4135, .4 1 ww 1' F New ot CDS har seniogfyeor, Highiond Fo Bud- 9 - 'Q ,., 4' i iv 4' dies, "I grant to go see Toffmyf' Qyvpys g fro Ln' in ,"".19"f F din Q' ,S Austin. Joe T.s. ,L.4veuE,ln Arhngrgn. 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Lee Brammer ' - 0 0 . . . , . ,Nm OLDSMOBILE MERCEDES BENZ 6820 Camp Bowne - 738 9201 2920 Atta Mere - 244 8180 PORSCHE Q AUD! HARLEY-DAVIDSON OE LOFXEAN SUZUKI 2800 Mia Mere ' 244-8844 3021 Alta Mere ' 732-8825 - J-V 'ff 'ff W, the pockmq ho 11 fi ff wif? ,Lv 'J Hy ff 'U' W ff .L-Vf ,Aff J-99 -Lvif 5 if JJ! ,TEM Wffa JJ! 'jj' JJVX J-V Wy' JJ' U7 W, The loesTeoT1en puekurw s1ore an Texos L W ,mf Lp, W children s clothnng -f f ff E-1. 8: occessones W J TL! sizes U14 Ek any Wx M NINQ WQYQL J JW' 7' the rocking horse 5106 comp bowae 7 fort wongh, Texas 761077 18173 732 8341 A hxq, 1 U, ,f1f f Ex ,qebe f Q ,f Eg ,,.,1 . 4 "jp Q M --f" , W j . 1 Awff 5 fig, 1 .1 T e' 1 e.ee ff , 1+ X, ' 4 , - " 7 iff 11 fi EL 1 . . 7' '51 Lf 5 . H "?fj ' . .-.ff gl f ,yi 1 X . , . 11:'V K' a 1. Q ' U, ,ff K , - W' SENIOR GIRLS "!b,...., LOVE JOE T'S CLASS OF '83 Guy "Hopelong" Hollond, Stones Crew - CD, CP, KK, MR, BS, MB, GH, GD, EM, PC, ID, GS, Scotty "Mick" Miller. Whose house? Meekers - swim porty in Feb? "Stork" - lt's os cold os o snoke." Drogon Wogon 6 Yellow Boot. BB's cor is shot down in Homes. KS is going out with who? If you're dippin', you oin't lippin'l GS, SM, JW. LH ond KR gone forever. Loredo's. Pork Lones. Keil, you crozy mod driven womon! How mony guys ot XL? B.D. 6 H.W.'s Fiestos. Melisso, hove you climbed through ony windows lotely? S.A., M.S., G.D., E.M. ond J.S. Suburbon Porties. M.R. ond M.K., S.S. ond B.B.g J.R. ond EJ. I didn't know you went to C.D.S., Becky. Wotch out for robbits, Angie. S.C. - long distonce loves. "This is o house, not o restouront." P.C. ond R.S. Beoch Porties in Februory ot Meekers. M.B. ond G.H. love WHHS guys! Joey's Big Cheese! E.M.'s iron leg. J.R. ond M.M. love Corkery's porties. Ginger ond SWPP. M.B. ond B.S. "Brownthumb," Melisso, hove you spent the night ot Sheryn's lotely? The Drogons E.S., J.W., T.C. Sheryn, how long ore you grounded? Beverly Gardner and Georgia Griffith are at it again "Of Course We're Twins! You see our parents . . . " Compliments of TRINITY COATINGS CO. ' You've Come Along way Baby PS INC 6333 Camp Bowie 731 6372 Congratulations Mother and Jlm IN MEMORY OF ROBERT REID ALBERS lla x SENIOR CLASS CLASS 0F '84 R ., ua.. Q L A N . Song Hays . . . Scooter . . . More wild parties at D.S.'s . . . New Years at S.M.'s . . . Ragged the jag . . . T.C. gone girl crazy . . . S.S. the stud from Aledo . . . Taco Plaza on Thursday Night . . . Laredo's . . . "Let's go to Amy's" . . . K.M.'s fan club . . . The Brute . . . iap trap . . . "Where did you get that sweater, Marg?" . . . "Are Georgia and Beverly really twins?" . . . "l'Il just take my business elsewherelll" . . . S.P. - Paschal Queen . . . Amy and Todd F. . . . R.D. and J.B .... B.B. and S.S .... L.B. and who? . . . T.M. alias Dish . . . We miss the Datsun . . . G.B. loves The Ricochets . . . M.B., Pac man's calling . . . Traffic Jam in Dallas, Shep? . . . T.L. and B.K .... M.0.'s pearl necklace . . . Canwick - the awesome eight . . . D.H. and R.C .... T.G. - "Notre Dame! Notre Dame!" . . . A.B. - There's a fish in that light . . . Herds of butterflies . . . "We miss Matt!" . . . "G.G. likes who? Flip WiIson??l!" . . . Let's eat nachosl . . . L.B. and D.B. - grounded again? . . . Parents' meeting .... "There are 356 days in a year." . . . Who trenched that yard? . . . "J.B., S.M. and M.E. have good times at El Fenix" . . . A.S. is still in love. Beverly and the Tank . . . Hood ornaments . . . 'fl love AHHSl" . . . "Scott, can I live with you?" . . . That fun can drive . . . "M.B. and M.Q. Who Mollied?" . . . The field hockey furies . . . "Halloween at J.W.'s . . . J.A. the sniper" . . . L.L. and B.P. Soph. girls - Mitchell. P.D. and J.W .... "Will it ever end?" . . . Peppers . . . "The Ferrari . . . Rhode Island Red" . . . K.F. and C.P. - Saturday picnics in Berne Park . . . "Parties, the Park and Palsy Walsy" . . . B.J.'s blue stang . . . "Who broke that street light?" . . . Let's go to J.S.'s house . . . "S.P. and B.G. love chocolate and blowing horns at 1:00 in the morning" . . . The Cars . . . L.M.'s sixteenth birthday - "Let's hide under the table!" . . . "Who is Michael Ellis?" . . . A tradition continues . . . "Right, that's enough." CONGRATULATIONS Ricky We are proud of you. CONGRATULATIONS SHANNON AND ELIZABETH Compliments of HalMac Co. x VV ,1- 51 . , 71 15.1 . 4 'Q Q V B FRANCES MATTHEWS Antlques, Jewelry, and Glfts 817 589 2352 Lester's Jewelers 4812 Camp Bowne 737 7480 MATTHEWS ll ANTIQUES 8747 Bedford Euless Rd Northeast Plaza Hurst Texas 76053 R S CATES MFG JEWELER DIAMOND SETTING AND REPA1Rs MATTHEWS II ANTIQUES am aeofono EuLess no Nonmusr PLAZA l817l 589 2352 FORT wonm TEXAS 76053 - I, l ., 9 H211 '. -55 I. -. 'ff . :QQ . 6 f Congratulations, Melissa 817!926-5411 H PEOPLE S BANK DDA T ban 1001 EAST BERRY FORT WORTH TEXAS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF Th 55 5 Wy COMPLIMENTS fix, 9 az me rorconu snor nc MAXINES saoo n cnlvmofcfn roar won sn su UI osoz H FASHIONS F c a G :Gina G ya F cap 1 a dl.: M '82! A WA M dM G yS nton 1 , Q ig, 6 YB " 59 OF Z X69 CONGRATULATIONS FORD SO S 9 3 SENIORS 82 Q.-3-J DUB SHAW KAHN S PARTY PALACE Fort Worth Texas Paperware Party and Wedding Supplles Hellum Balloons Chlldren s Party Items Invltatlons Centerpieces Flags Pmatas Prlntlng lnvlte Us To Your Every Party And You ll Be Glad You Dldl llalllns Blum: Hlnru 3l24 Sandaqe Ave 926 44l8 7401055 from 6'oxs Dept Stone RALXZER H we HUNT W 2 W T HE WO G 6' 6311 Camp Bowne Blvd 817 737 0931 fe, lg PF fcnnverse Band Instruments New Used Rental Repalr Accessories Gultars Ampllfuers Muslc Lessons was. RIDGLEA 3409 West 7th 302-4429 MUSIC CQMPANY 6313 Camp Bowne Blvd Fort Worth Texas 76116 Fort Wdfih, Texas 76107 817f731-1831 Glfts o Stationery - Engravmg 8171731 1251 Alex and Sandy Hoffman, Owners Martha Bretz Manager ' 1 I I I I - I M ' ' ' fx' 1 1 1 'l A ,Q Qfal in .1 4, dluard 1 'Sf as ' 1 'I 'T "' fm, S mln 5 ' I! O 0 I ., I Ly 4 .. - 'Y 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 9 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS From DANNY SIDES NEW 81 USED CARS INC Fort Worth Texas 76103 lCorner Oakland and E Lancaster In the Oakland Corners Shoppmg Centerl Clean Dependable Cars 536 6449 Owner 531 3322 Danny Sldes ii I 5 , I 4125 E. Lancaster 46 TRQUVE FORT WORTH DALLAS IN THE VILLAGE BY RIDGMAR MALL FORT WORTH 737-8080 SAKOWITZ VILLAGE ON THE PARKWAY DALLAS 980-0045 248 CDNGRATULATIONS 'ro TWO LovELv YOUNG LADIES Love Mom and Da imme SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT YOU ARE ONE OF THE SURVIVORS MRS FERGUSON THANKS FOR EVERYTHING Staff of Flight '82 1 ! 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A Little Taste of the Old World 5428 Calmont CONGRATULATIONS VIRG dDd CONGRATULATIONS JEFF Love, Mom and Dad RATTIKIN TITLE COMPANY Smce 1944 611 Throckmorton Fort Worth, TX Jack Rattlkln, Jr. Presldent When Rattikm Title Company Closes Your Real Estate Transaction, Everyone Feels Comfortable. ix y . i . 4 257 THREE'S A CROWD?! CONGRATULATICNS! Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Cirone MQ, CONGRATULATIONS gig cLAss OF az The Robert L Pearson Famlly COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND ff' L eww 3g,+'5'V colvlPLnvlENTs OF If Qf 114 ezfwmsnmce. In the center ofthe dynanue re1ux CHHUOII of downtown Fort Worth IS CIYV Center the Amencana Hotel and Sundance Square blendlng our L1fV3S colorful past W1th IIS exeltmg future Cltx Centefs two soanng oHiee towers are d1st1nct1x e S1ghfS on the s hne, refieetmg the rowth and change of our pro resslx e C1fV The erleana Hotel sen es as an e egant rae1ous host to resldents and x1s1tors ahke An Sundance S uare s turn of the century areh1teeture Creates a de ghtful settmg 1n Wh1Ch to shop and d1ne Aim M, hlw MW! T r t M' .mini Yu? nntp 15,-1' 4 E 1 gig lpgln.-Tncfiw Q 'Qu 'I W PT' "'m'IWIWIWIWlWl 'W A' If IIT I fffmrffm 'I naman un lnvvw ' U E X . Q . 7 . . . x X n 'X 7 1 n 1 J x . 7 I f . ' I E - X 1 4 n 'J n 1 a , ky x 1 x ' 7 m ' n J I x V E m Q 7 7 . X X 1 'w f fl Y ' .-:Q II l. VJV ZZ 5: ws- W I f V 2 'lim'--:EL..... Wg!! 'W' "' ,X W1 W 2 ' ,. 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D KW WMWWM 26 A - Advertisement S - Staff member INDEX Numbers denote grade levels of students Abernathy, Scott C105 69, 150 Abrams, Michael CK5 110 Acuft, Julie C25 118 Acuff, Noble C45 126 Adams, Alicia C15 114, 116 Adams, Bob CS5 44, 104 Adams, David CK5 110 Adams, EmrysCK5110 Adkinson, Bryan C35 122 Aguilar, Amy C125 159 Aguilar, Lindsey C55 130 Ahmed, ArajC25118, 121 Ahmed, Sameer C75 63, 138 Akhtar, JamielC55130 Akhtar, Sarah C35 122 Albers, Kathryn C95 54, 74, 146 Ali, Forhon C45 126 Ali, RehonC25118 Allen, Ellen CS5 104 Anderson, Bobby C55 130 Anderson, Leslie C125 42, 160 Anderson, Tony C95 146 Andrews, Amy C35 96, 122 Anicita, Sal C55 58, 104 Ancito, Jody C95 66, 74, 146 Anicito, Kristina C65 77, 134 Anicito, Trena C125 66, 93, 151 Annorino, Nicole C25 118, 120 Anthony, Sarah C95 57, 66, 146 Anton, DavidC25188 Anton, Jennifer C55 130 Ard, Hudson C95 76, 146 Ard, Terrell C55 130 Armstrong, JackC105150 Armstrong, Vanessa C65 134 Armstrong, Sora C125 55, 162 Arnette, Eric C75 63, 84, 138 Arnold, Ann CS5 104 Arnold, Bill C85 63, 76, 142 Arnold, Charles C105 58, 73, 150, 152 Atha, Abigail C45126, 127 Atkinson, David C75 46, 70, 71, 83, 138 Atkinson, Sacha C65 13, 31, 134 Atkinson, Sheryn C115 33, 49, 66, 81, 15 Atkinson, Suzanne C95 66, 80, 146 Augustat, Allison C35 96, 122 Augustat, John C25118 Augustat, Mike C65 134 Austin, Renee Bohon, James C85 71, 142 Bahan, Suzanne C85 70, 71, 82, 142 Bailey, Alicia C35 28, 122 Bailey, Joe C105 58, 85, 150 Bailey, Louto CK5110, 111 4 4, 157, 253 Bailins Shoe Store CA5 245 Baker, Ashley C15 114, 115 Baker, Bill CS5 77, 104, 105 Baker, Chris C55 130 Baldwin, Laura C45 126 Baldwin, Randell CS5 58, 89 Banister, Lu CS5 104, 106 Banta, Alyssa C95 146 Banta, Mike C105 78, 150 Barksdale, Ann C125 55, 163 Bartel, Chris C45 126 Barrel, George C25 118 Bascom, Brion C125 42, 79, 164 Bass, Christopher C25 118 Bass, Hyatt C75 138 Bass, Samantha C55 35, 130 Bass, Timothy CK5 110 Barton, John C25 118 Beadles, John C65 62, 134 Beckmon, Will Belton, BradC55130 Belton, Jack C105 58, 78, 150 Belury, Martha C115 45, 69, 154 Benton, Christine C25 118 Benson, RexCK5110 Berkowitz, Ruth C55 104 Bernell, Cathy C125 64, 65, 81, 91, 165 Bernell, Julie C105 45, 57, 64, 75, 150 Berry, Jennifer C75 138 Berry, MorciaC15114 Beuck, Will C35122, 123 Bingham, Jennifer CK5 110 Black, David C95 45, 69, 146 Blake, Andrew C15 114 Blankenship, AlanC10510, 69, 85, 151 Blankenship, Kathy C125 55, 166 Bloch, DanC55104, 106 Bloemendol, Katherine CK5 110 Bloemendol, Scott C35 122 Bloomberg, Mindy C35 122 Blount, Leigh C35 122 Blue, Kelly C45126 Blue, Lori C25 118 Blumberg, Judy C65134 Bock, Rebecca C25 118 Bogitch, Yoko C45 126 Bohl, Angela C115 33, 154 Bohl, Beverly C75 138 Bolton, Derrick C65 62, 134 Bond, Lisa C75 138 Bone, Jerry CS5 103, 104 Bonham, Craig C95 58, 146 Bonham, David C115 58, 84, 85, 154 Bonnell, JonC55130, 132 Bonnell, Laura C65 30, 70, 71, 82, 134 Bonnell, Ric C95 69, 73, 146 Bookalom, Giselle C105 150 Bookalam, Jackie C75 158 Bosler, Paula C75 77, 138 Bose, Christopher C25 118 Bose, Tim C55130 Boswell, Amber CK5 110, 113 Boswell, Darren CK5 110 Boswell, LauraCK5110 Boswell, Shelley C45 126 Boyd, Marshall C95 58, 78, 146, 147 Bradford, Murray C75 138 Bradshaw, Alan C75 83, 138 Bradshaw, Elinor C55 130 Bramanti, Alena C75 39, 77, 138, 140 Brand, Jeff C115 43, 58, 154 Brants, Tony C65 62, 134 Brennan, Mike C65 62, 134 Brennan, Sean C85 63, 83, 142 Brentiinger, Billy C115 79, 89, 154 Breslers CA5 255 Brittain, Robin C105 45, 150 Brock, Steve C105 85, 150 Brockermeyer, Blake C35 122 Brockermeyer, Brent C55 130 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Bruner, Bruner, Bryant Annabelle C55 34, 130 BlakeC25118 Carolyn C45 126 , Chuck C75 63, 138 Frances CS5 103, 104 . Joe C55 102, 104 RichardC25118 Robin C25 118 Tracy C85 38, 43, 142 Wyatt CK5 110 Andrew C85 63, 83, 142 Mary C105 80, 150 CarrieCK5111 Buchannan, Lee CS5 35, 104 Buckner, Bari C115 10, 55, 66, 74, 75, 164, 154 Buffington, Jimmy C95 58, 85, 146, 14, 148 Buffington, Steve C75 63, 83, 138 Bugg, Kim C10549, 150 nuts, Amy 415 114 Bunn, BekkiC125167, 234 Bunny, Hutch, The CA5 259 Bunting, Mark C125 42, 44, 48, 85, 168 Burdette, LeeLee C105 66, 80, 150 Burgess, Dugan C15 114 Burke, Art C55 32, 42, 43, 44, 59, 104, 106 Burke, Steve C75 63, 138 Burke, MattC6513, 62, 83, 134 Butcher, Sterry C95 146 Butler, Mary C95 74, 146 Butler, Sato C65 134 Bynum, George C75 46, 63, 76, 138 Bynum, Mark.C115 58, 72, 154 Cadenhead, John C35 122 Coldron, Beth C75 77, 138 Cadenhead, Patrick CK5 34, 110 Colesa, Janice C115 80, 154 Colesa, Randy C85 142 Call, Katri C35 35, 122 Call, RobC15114 Callaway, Suzanne C65 134 Campbell, Paul C65 70, 71, 134 Campbell, Scott C15 114 Campbell, Trey C105 69, 150, 152 Carlton, Catherine C95 146 Carmichael, Bonnie CS5 104 Cartel, Candice C15 114 Carrington, Cheri C25 119, 120 Carrington, Lisa C25 119 Carsey, Brett C15 114 Carter, Heather C85 142 Carter, Jason C25 119 Cate's Jewelers CA5 241 Century Chevrolet CA5 223 Chambers, Christine C115 48, 55, 57, 66, Chambers, Kay C125 48, 64, 81, 169 Chambers, Molly C65 55, 82, 134 Chambers, Pete C75 63, 76, 138, 141 Chambers, Susie C115 57, 64, 81, 154 Dickerson Champlin Petroleum CA5 251 Chapman, Carla PapiniC85144 Chappel, Chere C65 67, 82, 134 Chappel, Libbey Paige C15 114 Chappel, Randy C95 44, 146 Christopher, Craig C25 119 Churchill, CorrieCK5111 Churchill, Kent C65 62, 84, 134 Churchill, Will CK5 111 Cirone, Celia C125 48, 49, 80, 170, 258 City Center CA5 260 Clark, Ben C65 62, 134 Clark, Chris C85 63, 76, 77, 142, 144 Clark, Russ C105 150 Clarkson's CA5 245 Clarke, Jennifer C65 135 Clarke, Zack C15 114 Class of '82 CA5 225 Class of '83 CA5 232 Class of '84 CA5 238 Class of '85 CA5 222 Claunch, Kirk C105 58, 85, 150 Clay, Adrienne C55 17, 130 Clay, Vivian C75 67, 138 Cockerham, Jeff C115 43, 154 Cohen Cohen, Collins, Conlin, Cohen, , KendelC55130 Harper CK5 111 Tyler C35 122 Chris C45 126 Jim C55 69 Conn, Randy C75 37, 84, 138 Conway, Christina C85 77, 142 Cook, Christopher C55 130 Cook, John C75 63, 139 Corbett, Mike C125 58, 79, 172 Corbett, Pam C115 55, 66, 154 Corbett, Todd C55 131 Corbett, Tony C125 79, 172 Cordell, Andrew CS5 104, 108 Cordell, Judith CS5 104 Corley, Valerie C65 36, 135 Corpening Enterprises CA5 220 Costello, Kelsie C65 135 Costello, Wade C85 43, 63, 83, 142, 144 Cotham, Christopher C45 46, 126, 129 Cotham, Matthew C25 119 Cox, Jason C45 126 Cox, Kimberly CK5 111 Cox, Lee C105 44, 58, 150 Cox, Leslie CK5 111 Cox, Lizzie CK5 110, 111 Craft, Megan C15 114, 1167- A Cruce, Kim C115 48, 64, 154 Custom Commercial Coolers CA5 226 154, 157 Dale, lvan C35 122 Daniels Drug Store CA5 219 Danny Sides Cars CA5 246 Darrow, Carol CS5 104 Davis, John C45 126 Davis, Melissa C55 131, 132 Day, Jared C15 114 Deacon, Becky C115 49, 95, 154, 155 Dean, Kirk C115 42, 154 Decker, Brett C35 122 Decker, Jay C55 131 Decker, West C55 131 Dees, Lori C35 122 Dent, Kelli C95 146 DeShang, Andy C85 142 Annette C105 151 Dickerson, . C. D. CK5 111 H1525 Wi Dickerson, Christina C15 114, 115 Dickerson, David C45 126 Dickerson, Lisa C75 139 Dickerson, Paul C125 58, 173 Dickey, Allen C115154 Dickey, CaroIC1151O, 47, 64, 154 Dickey, Stephen C55 131 Dickinson, Bruce C115 73, 154 Dike, Michael C65 62, 135 Dishron, Elizabeth C125 33, 87, 174 Dishron, Charles C65 84, 85, 135 Dixon, Bobbie C95 54, 66, 146 Dixon, Ford CS5 104 Doby, Rob C105 69, 151 Doby, Will C35122 Doeren, Keith C55 131 Doeren, Tracy C95 66, 147 Doshi, Pinku C35 29, 122 Dowling, Virginia C125 32, 48, 49, Drogset, Patricia CS5 29, 104 Dubinsky, Andy C65 62, 135 Dunaway, Christy CK5 111 Duncan, Tommie C115 155 Dubinsky, Stacy CK5 110, 111 Dub Shaw Ford CA5 244 Durham, ColeCK5111 Durham, Ginger C115 75, 155, 157 Durham, Jeff C105 151 Durham, Libby C85 65, 77, 142 80, 175. Durham, Mike C75 39, 84, 139 Dyess, Fontaine CK5 111 Eades, Christopher C65 62, 135 Eades, Jonathan C35 123 Eades, Eisner, Susanne C25 119 Phillip C115 43, 155 Eisenman, Randy C15 114 Elo, Max C65 38, 62, 83, 135 Endebrock, Jason C85 142 Elwood, Leanne C95 147 Ensor, Jean CS5 104 Ensor, Molly C105 66, 74, 75, 151 Estes, Brette C35 96, 123 Estes, Hunter C15 114 Ettinger, Eve C15 28, 114 r, Scott C35 123 Ettinge Eudaly, Daryn C35 123 Eudaly Eudaly Eudaly Eudaly Evans, , Dawn C55131, 133 . 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MacDonald, Sandra C95 66, 74, 148 Mack, Sandy C75 77, 140 Mack, Todd C95 69, 148 Moma's Pizza CA5 224 Martin, Melissa C115 156 Mathew's Antiques CA5 241 Mattiza, Helen CS5 38, 105, 107, 135 Matzinger, Eric C45 128 Matzinger, Kristen C115 43, 156 Mauze, Eleanor C115 11, 66, 81, 156 Mauze, Suzanne C95 66, 148 Maxine's Hair Fashions CA5 243 McAdams, Melissa C75 82, 140 McAdams, Mona Lynn CS5107 McCall, Shannon C125 183, 240 McCoy, Jimmy C75 63, 140 McCoy, Merri Lynn C55 132 McDermott, Katherine C85 67, 144 McDermott, Margaret C55 41, 132 McGehee, Amy C85 39, 65, 77, 144 McGehee, Bobby C65 50, 62, 136 McGown, John C125 184 McGown, Laura CS5 107 McGrath, Mike C75 63, 83, 140 McGrath, Tammy C65 62, 136 Mclntosh, Kim C85 144 McKay, John C105 40, 152 McLean, Heather C45 128 McLean, Hunter C85 63 McLean, Kelly C105 54, 55, 80, 152 McMackin McMackin McQuillan Meadows Meadows , John C65 63, 84, 144 , Trish C105 57, 66, 74, 152 , Pat CS5 30, 58, 63, 107, 108 , David C35 124 , MartinC15116 Medary, Sarah C105 45, 81, 152 Meeker, Alan C115 156 Meeker, Dan C125 33, 79, 185 Meekins, Lauren C15 28, 116 Meekins, Wesley C53 17, 132 Mehoffey, SaroC13116 Mehaffey, Shannon C33 124 Melch, Jeff C123 42, 186 Melch, Michelle C113 66, 156 Melch, Michael C83 43, 144 Mercer, Marry C123 64, 75, 187 Miles, Alice C123 48, 57, 64, 188, 235 Miley, Cathy C103 69, 151, 152 Mlley, Elizobeth C93 64, 148 Miley, Lauro C83 71, 77, 144 Millet, LisoC103152 Miller, Melinda CS3107 Miller, Scott C113 89, 156 Meekins, Wesley C53 17, 132 Mehoftey, SoroC13116 Mehaftey, Shannon C33 124 Melch, Jeff C123 42, 186 Melch, Michelle C113 66, 156 Melch, Michael C83 43, 144 Mercer, Marty C123 64, 75, 187 Miles, Alice C123 48, 57, 64, 188, 235 Miley, Cothy C103 69, 151, 152 Miley, Elizabeth C93 64, 148 Miley, Louro C8371, 77, 144 Miller, LlsoC103152 Miller, MellndoC53107 Miller, Scott C113 89, 156 Minnerly, Bob C53 88, 102, 107 Minnerly, Sidney C33 124 Minton, Emily C103 66, 81, 151, 152 Minton, Jorrett C123 42, 189, 221 Mitett, Melisso C123 48, 57, 66, 81, 190, 218 Miyogo, Norio C123 45, 191 Moncrief, GeorglnoCK3112 Moncrief, Michelle C23 119, 120 Moncrief, Lenore C43128 Moncrief, Welsey C43 128 Morris, Allison CK3 112 Mowrey, Eric CS376, 107,109 Munson, Robin C123 93, 192 Murph, Joe C53 56, 63, 84, 85, 97, 107 Murphy, Elizabeth C63 136 268 Murphy, Frosher C23 120 Murrell, Melinda C113 42, 156 Musgrove, Chris C63 136 Noyfo, Elizabeth CK3112 Neben, Mike C113 42, 156 Nelson, ArnandoC53132 Nelson, Dales C23 120 Nelson, Eddie C53 132 Newell, Ashley CK3112 Newell, TiffonyC43128 Newell, Valerie CK3112 Newson, Suzanne C43 46, 128 Newton, KorenC13116 Newton, Sheryl C73 82, 140 Nickelson, Christopher C23 120 Nickelson, Jennifer C53 132 Nolon, Mory C73 38, 39, 77, 14-0 Nolon, Steve C123 58, 59, 60, 61, Normond, Ashley C13 116 North, Catherine C23 119, 120 North, Don CS3 56, 63, 103, 107 Nowlin, Alice C53 132 Nowlin, Bill C113 69, 78, 79, 156 O'Brien, Terence C53 107, 109 Oden, Morion C93 45, 66, 48 Oliver, Wesley C63 62, 83, 136 Olson, Marie C103 75, 152 Olson, Rush C83 76, 144 Ornberg, Deborah C53 106, 107 Original, The CA3 228 Orr, Dione CS3 46, 107 Otero, Morto C43 128 79, 193, 247 Otero, Tino C83 38, 144 Ousley, Jodie C83 82, 144 Poce, Alexo C43 128, 129 Poce, Jennifer C13 116 Palm, Courtney C103 66, 153 Polmer, Mariono C53 107 Popini, Carlo C83 63, 83, 144 Poppogallo CA3 216 Porlser, Cynthio C113 14, 48, 49, 56,66 156 Porks, Anno C13116 Party Poloce CA3 245 Pasrore, Christopher C33 124 Potterson, Paige C113 42, 156 Poyne, Richard C93 45, 58, 78, 148 Peacock, Christopher C53 132 Peacock, Jessica C23 120 Peorson, Jill C123 42, 194, 259 Pearson, Keith C93 147 Pence, Christi C63 136 Pendley, Steve C73 63, 84, 140 Penny, Kristen C33 135, 124 Perine, TonguyC13116 Peters, Erik C73 63, 83, 140 Peters, Susan C93 149 Petty, Don CS3 107 Petty, Dax C15 no Petty, Todd C43 96, 128 Pillsbury, Christine C63 136 Pillsbury, Edmund CK3 34, 110, 112 Plankey, Megan C63 77, 136 Pleasant, Kenneth CS3107 Pleasant, Roberto CS3 107 Plenk, ChristinoC53132 Plenk, Pete C83 38, 39, 71, 144 Poland, Andy C63 62, 136 Polond, Pitch C63 62, 83, 136 Pollock, Don C83 18, 63, 76, 144 Pop Pourri CA3 24-3 Posey, Jeff C123 11, 14, 45, 58, 61, 195 1 fr ,' ,fm fa 4 qi tt, K , Potts, Alan CS5 107 Potts, Courtney C55 35, 132 Potts, CrissanneC15115, 116 Potts, Richard C75 63, 40 Potts, Vivian CS5 36, 107 Pounds, Sherry C105 74, 153 Poynor, Janette CS5 107 Price, Allison C15116 Price, Jason C45 128, 129 Price, Kimberly C75 140 Prindle, Jimmie C95 49, 58, 149 Prindle, Sherry C75140 Propes, Jay C95 58, 78, 149 Pryor, Erin C35 96, 124 Pryor, Kristen C75 141 Pryor, Sheila CS5 107 P.S. 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