Fountain Lake High School - Purple Pride Yearbook (Hot Springs, AR)
- Class of 1988
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Sit back and relax as the
Purple Pride staff takes you
on a journey through the
past. You will be "Cruisin
Thru" the school year 1987-
As you reflect on many
wonderful memories you
will find yourself reliving the
past. The staff feels that
these are truly the best of
times and as you observe
your yearbook We are certain
that you will feel the same.
Well, we are ready if you
are. Let's begin!
Fountain Lake School
Route 7 BOX 220
Hot Springs, Ar. 71901
Purple Pride, Vol. 49
Opening Page 1
A Very Special Lad
Who would have thought
that when Mary Sargo en-
tered the first grade at
Fountain Lake she would
grow up to become one of
our schoolls greatest assets?
When you thought of the
great productions at school
you thought of her. The way
she prepared her lesson
She spent hours and
hours going over music so
that Fountain Lake could
stand with pride at the re-
gional and state competi-
tions. The hard work
showed in the number of
students that won honors.
Professional was the
From the opening number to
the final crowning, she kept
everything flowing like clock-
Although she was always on
the go, she was never too busy
to talk with a student or to give
them her support. Following
the footsteps of another out-
standing teacher, her father,
yearbook to you: Mary
plans turned her junior high
English class into an inter-
esting learning experience.
Many an early morning
found her working with sev-
eral girls on a spirited
Charmer routine. Practice,
practice, practice, so that
half-time on the football
field was entertaining for ev-
word that came to mind
when we heard the great
choral concerts she
brought us. When the cur-
tain opened on the Miss
Fountain Lake pageants
no one would have guessed
that one person's ideas
could have turned into
such a glamorous event.
she chose Fountain Lake to
display her numerous talents.
Words cannot express the
thanks from her students,
community, and many friends
for all the hard work spent
turning exciting events into
lasting memories for all.
With love and appreciation
we dedicate the 1987-1988
. Mya- 5,
ng .U L, lr.
" lwa in ur Hearts!"
Bill Sargo has an associa-
tion with Fountain Lake
School that has spanned
fourty-four years as a teach-
er and a student. During the
fall of 1938, he began his
days as a Cobra, graduating
in 1950. While a student he
was a charter member of the
FFA and served on a judging
team that won the bronze
plaque at the National Gen-
eral Livestock Judging
Competition. he was also ac-
tive in 4-H and held several
county and state offices as
well as being an award-win-
ning livestock producer and
In the fall of 1956, he re-
turned to FL as a fifth grade
teacher after attending
Hendrix College and Hen-
derson State Teacher's Col-
lege where he obtained his
degree. The following year
he began teaching social
studies, a position he has
held ever since. His social
studies classes have made
twenty state legislature and
During Mr. Sargo's thirty-
two years at FL, he has
served under four superin-
tendents: Roscoe Davis, Roy
Rowe, Glenn Ford, and Irvin
Bass. He has also worked for
seven different principals:
John Doster, Gilbert Davis,
Lynn Gaston, Howard May-
berry, Robbie Hancock,
Jerry Clay, and Larry Beck-
For twenty years Mr.
Sargo served as either Ju-
nior or Senior sponsor. Un-
der his direction those clas-
ses staged twenty class
plays. They also held many
chicken suppers to raise
money for proms and class
trips, resulting in the cook-
ing of one ton of chicken. As
a Senior sponsor he has tak-
en twelve class trips, travel-
ing 13,300 miles with the
students. He has also direct-
ed three all-school pro-
grams. The last one was an
American Bicentennial cele-
bration that coincided with
his 20th year of teaching.
Four hundred students par-
ticipated in the program.
It is not surprising that
Mr. Sargo entered the teach-
ing profession. His mother,
Vay B. Sargo, was also a
teacher at FL in its early
days. His love for the FL
community has been reflect-
ed by the hard work and ef-
fort he has put in on behalf
of its young people.
Mr. Sargo has always been
a very giving and caring in-
dividual who truly had the
welfare and success of his
students at heart. On cam-
pus Mr. Bill could always be
counted on for a winning
smile and a friendly greet-
ing, as well as a sense of
pride and determination
that he tried to instill in his
On April 1, 1988, Mr.
Sargo retired from teaching.
He will be truly missed by all
at Fountain Lake, but after
his many years of influence
as teacher, friend, and col-
league, he will be remem-
bered for years to come by
all those whose lives he tou-
Bill Sargo will always be a
part of Fountain Lake
copy by Mary Thompson
Hobbies and Int
Fun and Games
Through Thick and Thin
A friend is someone who walks in when
the whole world walks out. They laugh
when you laugh, cry when you cry, and
stand by you through thick and thin.
Kelli Qualls, a senior, looked for fun,
craziness, and understanding in a friend.
Penny Koller, a seventh grade student,
said that Gina DeArmon was her very best
friend. They had been close companions
for about four years. They both played bas-
ketball and were very active in school. Pen-
ny looked for truthfulness in a friend. Most
people agreed that dependability, loyalty,
and honesty were the three main charac-
teristics that should be considered.
As we grew older our friends often
changed. Many times our best friend in
kindergarten was not our best friend in
twelfth grade. Some found that the little
boy or girl they disliked so intensely in ear-
lier years, became a very special person lat-
Melissa Howard, sixth grade, discov-
ered that her friends differed through the
years. She found herself drawing closer to
those with similar goals and interests. Each
year she gained more friends. She and her
friends enjoyed going to the mall, talking
about guys, and just goofing off. When
asked the best thing about her friends she
lust hangin' around." These fourth graders enjoy
hanging around with their friends during spare time.
Seniors and lovin' it!" Jeannie Rigsby, Shon DeArmon,
and Karen Herrick spend an exciting moment together.
6 Student Life
stated, "They are very understand-
ing and they support the decisions
that I make."
We chose friends for many dif-
ferent reasons. Usually friends had
similar interests, social back-
grounds, and values. Tightly knitted
friendships called cliques formed.
Cliques often had the same hair-
styles, clothing, and catch phrases.
Some of our most meaningful
friendships were made during the
school years. Many of you who
shared important moments during
,Q hy 'Q57
school years may continue to strengthen
these relationships throughout your
adult years. Time passed quickly but
memories made will linger forever.
Copy and dc-sign by Angy Richardson
"Home-work's a blast!" Lisa Smith, Tanya l.ipp, Tan
my Vaughn. and Lee VVarringlon flash friend
"Havin' a ball!" Memories during the senior year a
ha I Z
'Aren't we cute?" VVill VVilliams, Heather Hansen, Joe Par-
tain, and Chris Hulsey go out ol' their way to please their
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A'Let's go to the hop!" The sixth grade girls enjoy going
back in time,
"Guess what l just heard?" Melissa Howard, Allison
Graves. Kayla Thacker. April Pierce, and Penny Koller
share the latest news.
"Let's party!" Kindergarteners share happy times at their
Snowfall Forces Extended School Closing
Second semester lengthened to June 10
Tuesday, January 5, 1988,
throughout Arkansas pre-
dicted a minimum snowfall
of 12 inches over the next
two days wth temperatures
dipping into the teens in the
Garland County area. The
Siberian Express that whis-
tled through Canada and the
northern section of the
United States was fast ap-
proaching Hot Springs. By
Wednesday morning, Janu-
ary 6, chilling temperatures
and increasingly deteriorat-
ing road conditions made
"the weather" the number
one talked about subject.
While some took the news
with typically skeptical non-
chalance fafter all, it was
certain to warm up later and
become sunnyl others grave-
While not officially closed, High-
way 7 north of Hot Springs is usable
by only a select few vehicles.
ly assessed local conditions,
minute by minute, making
predictions of their own,
betting on outcomes. School
superintendents within a
one hundred mile radius
were faced with school-clos-
ing decisions. For Fountain
Lake superintendent, Irvin
Bass, the decision to run the
buses was a logical one given
the non-threatening weath-
er conditions at dawn. How-
ever, within the hour, all
bets were off.
In the teachers' lounge
talk centered around the
difficulty of that morning's
drive to work. For Kathy
Gladden, a typically normal
drive down Malvern Avenue
became a life-threatening
experience. She related to
her fellow staff members
8 Student Life
how her car skid out of con-
trol several times on her way
to school. Stress was evident
in her voice as she described
images of helplessness
against oncoming cars. By
8:30 am. it was apparant
that the situation would not
improve any time soon. The
decision was finally made to
close school and begin trans-
porting students back home.
Word spread quickly -
"School's closed! Go home!"
"What'? Go home in this
mess? You've got to be kid-
By noon, Wednesday,
three inches of snow blan-
keted Garland County.
Mountain roads were closed.
By noon, Thursday, the Sen-
tinel Record reported, "The
roads weren't officially
closed, but traffic was slow
to immobile, Thursday, as
Garland County began to
dig out from under 11 inches
of snow .. ." Between 8:00
am., Wednesday, and 8:00
am., Thursday, 34 automo-
bile accidents not involving
injuries were reported to lo-
cal police. AMI hospital re-
ported 10 injuries from falls
and slips. Combs and Burks
Wrecking Service said they
responded to between 60-70
calls, they had a 2V2 hour
' f Wig!
To most people the serene beauty
of the snow days are overwhelming.
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Fashion Un The Move
Fashion at Fountain Lake
changed as fast as people
changed clothes. Whether it
be slave day, spirit week or
just a regular school day the
students were always ready
and prepared in the latest
fashions. When asked about
what gave her the idea of
wearing a tux to the King
and Queen of Hearts Dance,
Ashley Williams said, "I al-
ways wanted to be different,
and I think l did accomplish
Danny Beyer shocks Mrs.
Warrington in his proper attire.
Steve, his date, and Jennifer seem
happy to show off the prom fash-
ions, but where's Darren.
10 Student Life
thatf' On hillbilly day for
football homecoming spirit
week Mrs. Turner was a big
On an ordinary day the el-
ementary kids showed off
their 501's and Reeboks,
while the high school girls
wore mini's and guys wore
tank-tops. Any day you
could find students in
dresses or shorts and sweats.
So it could never be said
that Fountain Lake was not
Spread by il. Ralston
Sherry Speer, Sheryl Roberts,
Darla Bean, Kim Dodd, LeAnn
Coleman, and Jeri Childress show
how junior high dress at their
Ashley Williams shows that not Most Loved Teacher Lynn Turner
only a guy can look good in a tux. shows her school spirit
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During the Halloween Carnival the
Elementary learned the latest fash- Crystal Taber seems speechless to
ions in face painting. see the 'lwild' of Matthew.
Cory DeArmon shows what fashion
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When it came to talent,
Fountain Lake definitely
had its share. Not only did
the students display talent
through physical or vocal
abilities, but also through
academics. The elementary
students seemed to be well
equipped with the ability to
entertain at the talent show
that was held in the cafetori-
um. The talents that were ,
shown included: singing, lip
syncing, surfing lon skate-
boardsl, playing the key-
board and much more.
Other students showed
their talent through aca-
demics by winning in the sci-
ence fair. The ones who en-
tered the fair had to do an
art project that described
their subject. One student
did a project on the human
eye, going into vivid detail
about the muscles that were
connected to it.
Academic talent was also
displayed by the Gifted and
Talented class, Each stu-
12 Student Life
dent did a commercial for
the Kid's Break show on
channel 38. They had to
tell interesting facts con-
cerning different things
such as dinosaurs.
Sylvarius Smith and
Toni Koehler, both sixth
graders were chosen to go
to Space Camp in Ala-
bama. They stayed at the
camp for one week and
were able to explore the
area and visit many his-
torical space monuments.
Though it seems that
we had only academic tal-
ent at Ftn. Lake, there was
plenty of physical. Heath-
er Hansen was one of two
girls from Arkansas select-
ed to attend the national
meet for gyrnnasts.
Fountain Lake was
well represented with tal-
ented people in the 1987-
88 school year.
Conv and Design by Lori WVIIIS Hangen Shows 3 perfect back
The boys in the band jam while Neil
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Highnight "surfs" across the stage.
Howard, A. Graves, J. Powell, K
Partain, R. Fason, A. Grissom
M. Nobles, J. Yates, S. Smith, A
Huckaby, and M. Switzer.
Sylvarius Smith and Toni Koehler
attend space camp.
Science fair winners: J. Smith, E.
Beckwith, J. Herrick, T. Pascoe,
K. Partain, M. Howard, C. Fos-
ter, C, Milks, J . Powell, A. Black,
and M. Girardot.
FSPECIL 1 TEREST
The students at Fountain
Lake were not the average
everyday students you
might have found at some
schools. Almost everyone
had a special interest or hob-
by that they liked to excel in.
Whether it was related to
school functions or family
life was not important.
The stress and peer pres-
sure put on a student by
friends and school work was
greater than most would
have liked to believe. A stu-
dent needed something that
would help him to relax, and
straighten out his thoughts
- Something that would sat-
isfy his or her own expecta-
tions, and fulfill the desire to
be the best in that area.
Fountain Lake students
not only had special inter-
ests, but they committed
themselves to being Hnum-
Copy by Dustin Vaughn
Design by Angv Rivhardson
"Wanna have a fish fry?" Dustin
Vaughn and Dempsey Rhodes show
how worthwhile a hobby can be.
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Kenny Harrison's favorite hobby
fexcluding meeting girlsj is showing
his ribbon-winning hog.
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Chad Morrow sands his project in
wood-working class - a skill that will
be useful throughout his life.
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"Fun in the sun!" Karen Herrick, Kent Mahan displays his photogra-
Vicki Blake and Tarnra Speers phy skills.
agree that the lake is a great
place to relax.
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"Like father like sonf' Brian Mrs. Cox helps her daughter Trish
Lambert seenis to be taking up learn a new interest - skating. Y
his dad's hobbies - crossword
puzzles, basketball and coffee.
Hobbies and Interests 15
Kyle Robertson, Steven Shell,
Chris Hulsey and Jack Smith think
relaxing is fun.
Elementary students have a variety
of fun things to do at the Halloween
16 Student Life
Steven Shell, Darrick Hogue anc
Donnie Morrow show how mucl
fun cleaning the shop can be.
Anchorman, John Westerman leads
his team to victory at the FFA kick-
Jerry Turner has fun hanging out
on the beach during senior day.
Chad Speer seems to be having
fun, but is he?
Seniors munch out on Matt
Dicks0n's hamburgers after a
day filled with swimming and
Bed races are a blast! Everyone pre-
pares to push Cheyenne Loy down
and Games 17
Whether it be on the local,
state or national level, Foun-
tain Lake always appeared
to be on top of things. Our
students excelled in every-
thing from academics to ex-
Fountain Lake took pride
in seeing its students
achieve in the school and
Angy Richardson was chosen as
Saline County Junior Miss. She
went to state competition in Pine
Bluff where she was a finalist. At
graduation she received the Bled-
soe Memorial Award. Angy was
also selected to attend the FFA
Washington Conference Pro-
gram in Washington, D.C. She
was elected to a state FFA office.
Missi Ragsdale was selected to at-
tend the Hugh O'Brien Youth
Leadership Seminar which was
held in Little Rock, AR.
Michele Merwine attended the
AEGIS program at Arkansas
College during the summer. Mi-
chele was also Elks Club Stu-
dent of the Month and she re-
ceived the VFW Award. Mi-
chele received various scholar-
ships and honors for her high
academic standards and leader-
Jennifer Ralston was a partici- coming Queen Contest Matt Dickson received the Berl
pant in the Arkansas Home- Anthony Award
18 Student Life
Tamra Speers received the Ameri-
can Legion Award for outstanding
leadership and patriotism.
Julie Tillery was elected FFA
Sweetheart. Julie represented the
chapter at the Garland County
Fair Queen Contest.
Travis Brown was the male recipi-
ent of the American Legion
Award for graduating seniors.
Jared Ware's proficiency in Amer-
ican History won him the Wood-
men of the World Life Insurance
John Westerman was chosen to at-
tend the National Institute on
Cooperative Education in St.
Steve Sisney was the Elk's Club
Student of the Month from Foun-
tain Lake, along with Michele Mer-
Awards 8z Achievements 19
77Zw6 owN A s AVE FOR DAY'
Owning a slave for a day
was a privilege many of the
Fountain Lake students
were able to experience. The
junior class had both boys!
girls and some teachers vol-
unteer to be sold as slaves.
Tammy Vaughn, Kevin Wylie, and
Josephina Qloej Partain model
their new clothes before Slave Day
Mama Clay fCoach Clayb sings Baby Huey fMr. Mahanj a lullaby.
Being a slave required
many things such as: bring-
ing their Mmastersl' lunch,
carrying their books to class,
and dressing the way their
masters told them. Some
slaves had to wear very
bizzare and eye-catching
clothes which their masters
Slave Day brought in
more money than ex-
pected this year because
the slaves sold for so
much. Vaughn Garner was
the highest priced slave
selling at 5565. Only at
Fountain Lake would
someone spend that much
money to "own" a person
for a day!
7Z5nJ arried and till ln School
Being married and still in
school definitely had its ups
and downs according to
some students at Ftn. Lake.
Life was hectic, going to
school, taking care of the
house, cooking supper, and
in Tina and Tony Breshears'
case, taking care of baby.
Tina, a junior this year, and
Tony, a senior, felt that it
was hard getting started, but
definitely worth it. Tina
stated, '4We would not trade
what we have for anything in
A while back it was un-
heard of for a person in
school to get married but in
the 1987-88 school year, six
seniors and two juniors were
married and could not be
happier. Phillip Taylor, a ju-
nior, and his wife, a senior at
Lake Hamilton, are expect-
ing a baby in August. Phillip
is looking forward to becom-
ing a father. He said,
"Marrying Verna was the
best thing I've ever done!"
Being married and still in
school can be hard to juggle
but these couples seem to
have handled it with ease!
20 Student Life
Tina Breshears gets a little help
from her son as she cooks the eve-
The Ftn. Lake Danger Zone
The high school parking
lot received a well-de-
served nickname last year
- The Danger Zone. When
asked if they could think
of a better name to de-
scribe the parking lot,
most students answered,
Ken Livingston stated
that, 4'The parking lot
isn't dangerous, it is the
people that drive in it."
Most students felt that
the parking lot should have
been put together better.
Todd Willis replied, "I'm
not able to drive yet, but
when I am, I hope that some-
thing is done about the way
the parking lot is made, it's
too confusing." When asked,
"If you could change one
thing about the parking lot,
what would it be?" Melody
Fason said, "More driving
room. There is not enough
room between the front
parking row and the wall!"
Although there were some
wrecks on the parking lot,
the students felt that it
wasn't "all badv. It could be
safe if people would just
drive more carefully and
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"Cruisin, Thruv this place could be
Havin, Fun In School
Some happy Students enjoy the Layout design and copy by Lori Willis
The 1987-88 school year
was a busy one for the ele-
mentary students who par-
ticipated in many activities
from Halloween Carnivals to
class projects. They also had
Christmas, Valentines, and
Easter parties which they
Some of the class projects
were considered fun, even
the fifth graders had a good
time working on their
"Planet Projects". They dis-
played their views of the So-
lar System by building min-
iature models that included
the nine planets. The sixth
grade class had a 50's party
where the girls modeled rol-
led-up hair and poodle skirts
and the guys, with hair slick-
ed back wore their tight, fad-
ed blue jeans.
The Halloween Carnival
was the highlight of first se-
mester activities. With their
mothers in attendance and
helping out, some students
were made up into their fa-
vorite Halloween character.
The haunted house had its
share of screams while some
students were "married"
and all played games.
THE FAST LAN
Ways of transportation get
more complex as the child gets ol-
der. The three and four years olds
go from soaring down hills on
tricycles and wagons, to bicycles
with training wheels. When they are
at the seven to eight year old stage,
they take off the training wheels
and start experiencing with skate-
boards and go-carts. When they get
into the preteen years, they want
three wheelers and four wheelers,
even though they can be danger-
ous. When they hit fourteen to
eighteen, they are all looking for the
ultimate cruising machine, which
can range from cars to trucks pro-
duced by Ford, Chevy, Dodge, or
whichever vehicle is most pre-
ferred. However, the one that best
suits your needs may be a dangerous
way of transportation, for instance,
the Arkansas State law has put a ban
on the manufacturing and selling of
three wheelers. So, if you are going
to town or just clowning around,
drive safely and "Buckle Up".
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Stephen Homan, Chris Poston, Mark Wilson,
Mike Funtenatto, Kent Livingston, Fred
Green, Kevin Wylie, and Doug Tillery show
one of the many uses of a truck.
Rickey Rodgers flies through the air on his fa-
vorite source of transportation - a skateboard.
22 Senior High
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Jason l-limes closes his eyes in anticipation oi'
what is ahead while Jeremy Campbell, Mandy
Richardson, and Melissa Howard enjoy the
Richie Clift, Cory DeArmon, Dan Beyer,
Lance Church, and Nicole James enjoy a day
on the lake.
TOPPI G TO REFUEL
While stomach grum-
blings echoed through study
hall, yawns of algebraic pro-
portions put a sudden end to
late morning math sessions.
Elsewhere, neither yearbook
deadlines nor stimulating
discussions of the periodic
table could take students'
minds off impending lunch-
break. As palatable aromas
of turkey and dressing for
was it chicken nuggets?J
wafted up from the kitchen,
thoughts left academics and
shifted into mealtime over-
drive. Lunchtime at Foun-
tain Lake was a welcomed
interlude for faculty and
students alike, but for dif-
For those students who
dined in the cafetorium,
lunch meant just that,
"lunch". By far the largest
group, these students were
primarily interested in a
wholesome meal. After mak-
ing a beeline for the lun-
chline, some fought for the
first tray, while others wai-
ted patiently for theirs, ca-
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Heather Hansen and Chanda
Welch finally make it to the front
of the line.
Juniors and Seniors socialize dur-
ing a sunny lunch hour.
Krystin Cavnor and Diana Horman
seem overwhelmingly enthused
about todayls menu.
sually talking to friends or
gossiping over events of the
morning. Whether elemen-
tary or junior or senior high
these students were ready
for the afternoon with a
fresh new outlook.
For another group, those
called the "canteen group",
eating was only secondary.
These students were in a
hurry to socialize with as
many people as they could
before the bell rang. They
were not worried about their
minimum daily require-
ments. They were satisfied
with a quick 31.00 burrito
and coke. These students
mainly wanted a break more
than a lunch.
The third group was com-
prised of those who ate very
little and hit the books for a
last minute cram. The
teachers should have no-
ticed that this elite collec-
tion of students was by far
the smallest of the three.
Cheyenne Loy refuels on lun-
ople in this category had
usually procrastinated do-
g their homework. This
group, needless to say, was
the hungriest of the three,
hurried and unorganized the
st of the day.
Lunch-time was more
than just a twenty-five min-
ute recess from academics.
o some it was a time to re-
enish their bodies. Others
newed their social life. In
addition, some reviewed for
upcoming classes. Regard-
ss of the many activities
pursued, lunchtime provid-
ed all students with a chance
y and design by Joe Partain
Travis Brown crams for a health Elementary students often play
test as Phillip Taylor does his best basketball during lunch.
to hinder him.
Junior High students gather in the
gym to chat over their lunch.
Baby Huey, fMr. Mahanj always Mike Piatt is amazed by the atten- Coaches, Warrington and Lambert,
brings 3 dozen eggs to eat on slave tion he gets from the girls.
eat lunch while discussing their
Spirit! What is spirit?
Webster's Dictionary de-
fines it as: 1. A force within
a man held to endow his
body with life, energy, and
power. 2. An emotion, frame
of mind, or inclination gov-
erning one's actions. Hoyt
Allen defines spirit as "an
overwhelming force of abun-
dant energy that makes you
do crazy things." Melody
Fason stated that, "Spirit is
an enthusiasm for your team
or school. A way of showing
Not just anyone can have
spirit. There are a few char-
acterisitcs that are required.
"To have spirit you need a
bubbly, enthusiastic person-
alityf, stated Shari Wyatt.
Chris Hulsey said, "To have
spirit you need a big mouth,
but above all, you have to
have faith in your team and
you've got to be involved in
This years "Most Spirit-
edi' Seniors were Hoyt Allen
and Shari Wyatt and Jun-
iors were Chris Hulsey and
Melody Fason. They were
asked "How does it feel to be
elected the "Most Spirited'
of their class?" Melody a
cheerleader, said that it
makes her feel good to know
that her spirit is appreciated
and not taken for granted.
Shari, also a cheerleader,
stated that it is nice to know
that people recognize that
you have spirit. Chris, a bas-
ketball player, said that be-
ing 'Most Spirited' means
that people think that when
he is at a game or pep ralley
26 Senior High
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he cheers his team on, yet
still has good sportsman-
ship. Hoyt, also a basketball
player, replies that it feels
good to know that people re-
alize that he has spirit and
enjoys the activities.
You don't have to be a
player, or football player to
have spirit. Everyone who
believes in and supports
their team has spirit. You do
need to have pride in what
you do. If you have pride,
your spirit will shine.
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Is Danny Beyer filled with 'KCobra,'
Cobra football fans show their spir-
it at all football games.
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The Senior High Cheerleaders Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Burns, Mrs.
show their spirit in the Football Travis, and Mrs. Warrington are
Homecoming Parade. struck with spirit in a pep ralley.
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LeAnn Coleman and Todd Willis 'LUtley's Jocks" show their spirit in
are Mr. and Miss Basketball Spirit the Homecoming Parade.
for Junior High.
Yes, even elementary students can
Spirit Page 27
Committed to Excellence
It was once said, "Administration
not only has to be good, but has to
be felt to be good by the majority of
the people affected." The individ-
uals pictured on this page make
many decisions which have daily im-
pact on the students and patrons of
Fountain Lake Schools. Those deci-
sions are always made with the hope
of enhancing the prospects of suc-
cess for each student enrolled.
All of these people agree that the
face of public education has drasti-
cally changed in the past few years.
Student expectations are higher,
teacher and staff accountability is
greater, parent involvement has
grown, and Federal and State Regu-
lations have increased. It is general-
ly felt that all these factors should
provide a more productive educa-
tional system. Our board members
and administrators approach their
duties and responsibilities with the
committment that Fountain Lake
Schools will continue to grow, im-
prove, and better serve the students
and patrons of the district.
Larry Beckham, Junior and Charles Clark, Elementary Betty Marie, Elementary
Senior High Principal Principal Assistant Principal
Robbie Hancock, Irvin Bass, Superintendant Marsha Merwine, School
Transportation Coordinator Board President
School board members: Mac Oweng Doug Riceg J. R. Fason, secretaryg Terry James, Vice-President.
Have you ever considered
what our school would be like
without the people on this page?
Secretaries, nurses, janitors, bus
drivers and cafeteria workers of-
ten went unnoticed. Their
efforts made life much easier
and more convenient for our stu-
dents. To the people that
brought us in the morning, kept
us straight during the day, fed us
at lunch, and cleaned up after us
when we were gone, we extend a
special thank you.
Susan Culpepper, Elementary
Wanda Rice, Superintendent's office Brenda Bates, High School
Pauletta Beckham, Junior High Linda Bibbs, Junior High L T
Maxine Hunter, Elementary Debbie Hardister, Nurse
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Mrs. DeArmon, Housekeeper
Bus Drivers L to R: Z. Ault, T. Breshears,K
Henderson, J. Vaughn, B. Davis, L. Killing-
sworth, J. C. Hope, P. Hendrix, R. Mahan, D
Lunchroom Ladies L to R: G. Barrick, P
Breshears, W. Watson, H. Matlock, S. Garner
B. DeArmon, R. Blevins, I. James.
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Changing roles, we de-
cided to quiz ten teachers.
This quiz covered, "Life
after 3:15". Personal time
is very limited for most
faculty members. Here are
1. What is your first
thought as soon as the 3:15
bell rings? - Carambal
Esta bien! - Lynn Turner
- What do I do now? - Car-
olyn Pierce - What has to
be done when I get home?
How much has to be done
for tomorrow? - Martha
2. How often do you bring
your work home? - If you
really, really do a good job
vou always take work
home. - Phyllis Vaughn -
Four days a week paper-
work, and seven days a week
with emotional side effects.
- Mary Thompson
- I take my school children
home every night in my
thoughts and try to think of
answers to their problems. -
3. What does your spouse
say when you bring your
work home? - How much
more do you have to do? -
Lee Ann Stroud - Do you
need any help? - John Utley
4. Do you have certain time
set aside for your family? -
Saturday night - Lee Ann
Stroud - So far I've been too
During homecoming week, the spir-
ited senior high faculty members
busy with work that I hav-
en't had time for a family.
It's a possibility that it will
keep me from having one. -
5. What do you do to take
your mind off your Work? -
Exercise, play with my son
and watch Magnum P.I. -
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dressed in cheerleader sweatshirts,
and performed a dance routine.
- I don't try to get my
mind off work. Pm always
trying to think of a better
way to teach or of a way to
motivate children to want to
learn. - Brenda Sellers -
Watch submarine races. -
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Clubs f Grganizations
Being a senior M- what an experi-
ence! lt is a feeling that cannot be easi-
ly describedg it is a series of fast paced
events that ends all too quickly. In the
not-too-distant future, many of us will
reflect upon this integral part of our
lives and relive, if only in our minds,
some of our special moments in time:
the alma mater at pep assemblies . . .
the canteen at lunch . . . homecoming
parades . . . wrecks in the parking lot
. . . senior pictures . . . sneak day . . .
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term papers . . . friendships . . . going
on the hill . . . reflections of purple and
Twelve years of preparing for the
"real world" now ends. We have made
the most of our educational years.
These moments bring mixed feelings
because we've been so much a part of
FLHS. Reflections of the best of times
will forever linger in our hearts.
We are letting go of yesterday and
reaching for tomorrow.
These bright well-round-
ed seniors were involved in
several extracurricular ac-
tivities. These activities in-
cluded football trainer, bas-
ketball, cheerleading, band,
charmers, tennis and other
campus organizations. They
were also involved with sev-
eral activities out of school
such as part-time jobs and
church. Top ten consists of
the seniors who had the best
accumulative grade point
averages of their graduating
class. Congratulations to
these students for their out-
over the past four years, and
best of luck as they strive to
obtain success in their fu-
ture goals and dreams.
Copy? 1-x' AI 1'c' hole Illerwine
Jennifer Dilatush, Angy Richard-
son and Michele Merwine are pic-
tured with Sheffield Nelson, Presi-
dent of Arkla Gas, at the Chamber
Adi Michele Merwine attended a recep-
tion at the Governor's Mansion in
of Commerce All-Star Banquet
honoring the top 590 of each senior
class in Garland County.
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honor of the state's Valedictorians
Shari Wyatt received the Academic
Athlete Award given by Bill Clin-
36 Senior High
Regina Truett takes time out of a
busy day to get a breath of air.
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Angy Richardson also attended the 1988.
Governor's reception on May 7,
Dawn Fulton had high academic Nhung Nguyen checks her accuracy
achievements at FL and also took with a calculator in Geometry.
courses at GCCC.
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. . .Announcements, pictures,
rings, prom, memory books, gas,
gowns, yearbooks. These were famil-
iar words to the seniors of ,88. In fact,
when asked what being a senior
meant, Michele Merwine and Crys-
tal Taber replied, UMONEYY, Yes,
being a senior was expensive but well
worth it. The class of '88 seemed to
hold the key to enjoying life. From
the first day of school in 1975 until
June 3, 1988, this class left lasting
impressions at Fountain Lake
Lori Willis, Shari Wyatt and Nicole James en-
joy showing off their new graduation attire.
These students started out together in 1975:
John Crumpton, Mark Wilson, Larry Graves
Jeannie Rigsby, Shon DeArmon, Karen Herrick,
Rhonda Shepard, Clay Hayes, Matt Dickson,
Darrick Hogue, Richie Clift, Tony Breshears,
Jerry Turner, Steven Shell, Donnie Morrow,
Dempsey Rhodes, Todd Ashley, Regina Truett,
Tamra Speers, Vicki Blake, Angy Richardson,
Nicole James and Shari Wyatt.
Tamra Speers, Regina Truett and Karla DeAr- 40 951 ofthe graduating class of 1988 received college
mon model their Class of '88 shirts. scholarships.
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Collapsing after an exhausting day are senior Dickson, Vice Presidentg Steve Sisney, Secretaryg
class officers: Darren Dauber, Presidentg Matt Vicki Blake, Treasurerg Angy Richardson, Reporter.
How ALLEN . FFA 23,45 FHA 41 Baskezb.-glxnsw ssss sn smisseat Flirt
'1l,2,3,41 All-District 49 Homecoming Escort 4g Most
School Spirit 4.
TODD ASHLEY - Tennis l,2,3,4g Football 15 FFA
1,3,4g Choir lg Spanish Club 2,3.
MELISSA ATTEBURY - FHA 3,43 FBLA 3,4g
Who's Who Among American 1-LS. Students 3,45
Miss Fountain Lake Pageant 3g Finalist 35 Miss Con-
geniality 3g Best Personality 3,4g Cutest 45 Honor
Rollg Citizens Award: National Merit Literature:
GARY BECKHAM - Student Council 23 Spanish
DANNY BEYER - Wittiest 2,3g Class Favorite 3,43
Most Loved Senior 45 Football 1,2,8,4g All-District
3,43 All-State 43 Garland County Athlete of the
Month 43 Captain 45 Outstanding Back 4: Most Like-
ly to be Remembered 4g Homecoming Escort 4g Bas-
ketball 2g Journalism 33 Track 1.
VICKI BLAKE - Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4g Most Ath-
letic 2,3,4g Most Energetic 4g Class Favorite 2,4g
Spanish Club 3g Reporter 35 FHA 1,2,3g FFA 13 Stu-
dent Council Representative 1,2,3,4g Homecoming
Royalty 25 Harvest Ball Maid lg Volleyball 3,4gA1!-
District 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 All-District 1,2,3,4g
Captain 2,3g Best Freethrow Fercentage 25 Track
Manager 1: Cardinal Basketball Camp 12,35 Out-
standing Camper 3g Hot Shot Champions 31-'Freethf
row Champion 2,39 Three on Three Champion 33
Who's Who Among American H.S. Students 3,43
Top Ten 4.
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JOHNCRUMPTON - FFA 1,2,a,4g Vo-Tech 3.
DARREN DAUBER - Track 1,2g Class President
23,43 Football 1,2,3,4g Captain 1,43 All-District 4:
Outstanding Lineman 43 Golf 3,45 FCA 3,4g FBLA
41 FFA 1,2,3,4g Prom Comm. 35 Student Council 2g
Greenhand 1gSpanish Club 2,31 Most Athletic 2,3,4g
Mr, FLHS Candidate 3,4g Mr, FLHS 3g Class Favor-
ite 2g Homecoming Escort 45 Harvset Ball King 13
TOMMY DAVIS - FFA 1,2,3,4g FHA 45 Football lg
Spanish 15 Choir 1.
COBY DeARMON - Football 1, Biggest Flirt 43
Track 4g FFA L
KARLA-DeARMON - FHA 1,2, FFA 3: Basketball
lg Prom Comm, 33 Journalism 45 Index Edit,or,4.
SHON'DeARMON M Spanish Club 2,33 FBLA 2,33
FFA ,ig Choir' 1.
MASTTDICKSON s Student Council 3,43 President
4gRep1'QseIitative 3g Boys State 3: Class Vice Presi-
'deny 344238153 Club 1,2,3,4g Vice President 33 Choir
L4qlA21JRggi6t1f4i Band' 1,2,3,4g All-Region 1,2,3,4gAl1-
Staie'31J?LH+American 43 Whcfs Who in Music i,2,3,4g
Footbail lg Spanish Club 23,43 FFA
' A ,,,'V Most Likely to Succeed 2,3,4g
GEORGE HRESHEARS V vomech :ag FFA 1,2g3,4Q'j 5 Q t,, .r 3 s l n n n
Best Persnnahty 3,43 Most Bashful 2. V , V.,V . i - A12 FHA 43 Track lg
'rom' Bnssumns . vo-Tech ag FHA 2. n Spanish cms 3,45 Gulf 4.
TRAVIS BROWN s Band 1,25 Choir 2,3,45A11-Re-
gion 2,3,4g State Tryouts 3,41 Life Preservers 45
Spanish Club 2,3,43 Puerta Vallarta Trip 33 FFA 1.
LANCE CHURCH - FFA I,3,4g FHA 2,43 Speechf
44 Senior High
Class Reporter Ig Sr. Basket-
baEi'Managsr lg Band 1,23 Spanish Club 2,34 Speech!
JUDY-'FREEMAN - FHA 1,2,3,4g choir 1,21 FCA
3,45 Track 1,2,3,4g Speechfllrama Ig Cheerieadeifdg
Art 3,43 Spanish Club 3,45 Biggest Flirt 4. ' ii'
JEFF FULLER - Football Ig FFA 1: Basketball",
1,2,3,4g All-District 15 Spanish Club 2g Tennis 4,
DAWN FULTON - FHA 1,4g Tennis 1,4g Beta Club
1,3,4g FCA 21 Choir 1,23 Charmers 1,24 Spanish Club
2,3,4g Puerta Vallarta Trip 3: FBLA 4: Annuai Staff
4g Layout Editor 43 Top Ten.
MIKE FUNTANATO - Transfer from New Yorkg .
Track 13 Magic Club 1,25 Football 4g FFA 45 Homes
coming Escort 43 Band 1,2,3,4g Band Hall of Fame -
LARRY GRAVES - Basketball 12,33 Track 1,2,32'
FHA 1,2,3,4: FFA 1,2,3,4g Homecoming Escort 34
KENDRA HARRINGTON - Basketball 15 Drama'
Club 35 Spanish Club 3,43 FHA 4g Honor Ru!! 21
Club 4g Miss Fountain Lake Pageant 3. - ,',.
KENNETH HARRISON - FFA 1,2,3,1Q
Tennis 1,2,3. A K ' L, 1.VV ..'.-,,' Q
CLAY HAYES - FHA 23.41 FFA'
Tennis 1,2,4g Choir 13 Speechflkamsy i,', i iriiy i ,,l.V
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Charmer 1,2,3g Lieutenant 3?
Fountain Lake Pageant 3g
Drama lg FHA 1,3,4g FCA 3,4-Q
Among American 1-LS. Studsnts
DARRICK HOUSE . F0mbs11s 1s,2i .losi
1,2,3g Track 1,2,3g Most Energetic
NICOLE JAMES - Cheerleader 43
Corps 13 FHA 1,2,3,45 Treasurer 3,3 lst Viee,Pi4:sidQniQ
43 FBLA 3,41 Reporter 34 Vice President 43 Sphhislif
Club 2,45 Activity Director :ig Who's Who Among ".'
American H.S. Students 3,43 Basketball and Track .
Manager 13 Miss Fountain Lake Pageant 2,35 Beta,
Club 13 Homecoming Royalty 2,4,
DANIEL JEFFRESS - Golf I,2,3,43 Basketball 13
Heavy Metal Bikers Brigade 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club
35 FFA 4.
JIM KAATZ - Football 45 FFA lg Class Favorite 45
Best All Around 4.
GENA MCBEE - FHA 1,2,3g FBLA 33.
MICHELLE MERWINE - Class President 1gTen-
nis 1,2,3,4g Basketball Statistician 1,2,3,4g Football
Trainer 3,45 Basketball and Tennis Trainer 3,44
Homecoming Royalty 45 Most Likely to Succeed
2,3,4g Band 1,23 Drum Major 23 Volleyball 11 FHA lg '
FBLA 2,3,4g Historian 33 Conference 2,3g FCA
1,2,3,4g National Conference 25 Secretary-Treasurer'
45 Beta Club 1,2,3,4g Treasurer 43 Spanish Club 23,41
SADD 29 Treasurer 23 Life Preservers 4g Who's Whos
Among American HS. Students 3,45 Society for Dis+,
tinguished H.S. Students 3,4g Hugh 0'Brien'Leade13.
ship Conference 21 Presidential Classroom 33 AEGISVQ
33 Woodmen of the World American Histnry Awmfdl
3g Elk's Club Student of Month 43 Academ'ig.,Al1!
American 45 Miss Fountain Lake Pageant Sgyffinzgiisillf
3: Miss Teen of Arkansas Pageant 35 Finalist,3:'ScHQif
Iastic Pageant Award 33 Girls State 33 Valdediriigdriiigyli
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ball 1,2,3,4g Golf 1,2,3,4: State Tournament,3,4g-FCM
1,2,3,4: FFA 49 FBLA 23,43 Vice President 3gCoi1f'QrJ
ence 2,33 Spanish Club 15 Speech!Drama Club 2,49
Journalism 4g Business Manager 45 Pram Cn1'nm.A3g-
Best Dressed 33 Miss FLHS Candidate 3,43 Miss
1 F LHS 35 Homecoming Queen 43 Arkansas Home-
coming Queen Pageant 43 Whols Who Among Amerie
- can H.S. Students 3,4,
3.3 .KELLI QUALLS - Transfer from Californiag Track
"3g43 Cheerleader 43 FHA 43 SpeechfDrama Club 4.
QDEMPSEY RHODES - Basketball 12,34 Football
' 313 Spanish Club 23 Choir 1,2,3,41 All-Region 1,41 FFA
1 ' 2,333 Class Vice President 1,21 Class Favorite 23 Mr.
' FLHS Candidate 23 Most School Spirit 3.
ANGY RICHARDSON A Student Council 3,4Q Re-
porter 33 Vice President 43 Journalism 3,4g Editor 4g
Beta Club 1,2,3,43 Secretary 43 State Convention 23
Class Secretary 1,23 Reporter 3,43 FBLA 2,33 Parlia-
mentarian 33 Conference 2,33 Spanish Club 233,43
Secretary 33 Reporter 23 Life Preserver 43 SADD 23
Secretary 23 FCA 1,23 FHA 13 SCA 13 Choir 1,23 FFA
1,2,3,43 President 43 Secretary 3g Reporter 23 Green-
hand Treasurer 13 Parliamentary Team 2,3,43 Public
Speaking 33 Livestock Judge 3,43 Exhibitor 2,3,43
Garland Cnty. Grand Champ. Bull 3,43 FFA State
Leadership Conf. 1,2,33 State Conv. 1,2,41 State
Courtesy Corps 23 Nat'l Conv. 2,3Q Washington, D.C.
Conf. 3g State Couop Delegate 33 Nat'l Institute on
Co-op Educ. Knoxville, TN., 33 Woodmen of the
World Amer. Hist. Award 33 Who's Who Among
Amer. H.S. Students 3,43 Soc. Disting. H.S. Students
' 3,43 US. Achievement Acad. 3,43 Nat'l Hist. and
Govt. Award 23 Acad. All-American 43 Charmers
i" '1,2,33Captain 33 Cheerleader 43 Basketball 1,23 Stat-
Q, istician 3,43 Track Mgr. 1,23 Tennis 13 Class Favorite
A142343 Sr. Most Likely to be Remembered 43 Best
- Personality 2: Miss FLHS Candidate 23 Most Loved
' Sr. 43 Grad. Usherette 33 Miss Fountain Lake Pag-
eant 23 Miss Fountain Lake 23 Emcee 33 Arkansas
Brahman Assoc. Queen 23 Garland Cnty. Fair Queen
33 Dist. Miss Congeniality 33 FFA Sweetheart 3g Har-
veet Ball Queen 13 Saline Cnty, Junior Miss 43 State
Finalist 43 Homecoming Royalty 2,3343 Queen 43
Girls State 33 Salutatorian 4.
JEANNIE RIGSBY A Track 12,3343 Spanish Club
2,33 Speech!Drama 13 FHA 13 Choir 1,
LIZ RYNDERS - Basketball 1,2,3,4g Choir 1,33 FHA
. 1,2,3,43 Spanish Club 33 Track lg Homecoming Roy-
alty 33 Wittiest 2,3.
JENNIFER SHAW - Spanish Club 2,33 FHA 1,2333
Choir 23 Cheerleader 1,33 Charmer 23 FCA 2,33 2nd
Vice President 33 Basketball 1,21 Track 13 Volleyball
13 Prom Comm. 3g Beta Club 1,2,3,43 Vice President
43 State Convention 23 Office Aide 2,3343 Graduation
Usherette 33 Color Guard Co-Captain 13 Who's Who
Among American H.S. Students 3,43 Miss Fountain
. Lake Pageant 33 First Runner-up 3g Homecoming
' '1BGyEllf,y 33 Top Ten 4.
SHELL - FFA 1,2,3,4Q Dairy Products
Team 13FHA 4: Cutest 2,3,4g Basketball 1,23 Spanish
Club 2,33 FHA Beau 4.
RHONDA SHEPARD - FHA 1,2,3,43 FFA 132,33
Beta Club 13 Honor Roll 4.
MIKE SISNEY - Basketball 13 Best Personality 23
FFA 1,2,33 Vice President 23 Greenhand President
13 Star Greenhand Award 13 Livestock Exhibitor 1,23
Judging Team 1,22 Parliamentary Team l,2,3g FFA
Stat Leadership Conference State Convention 1,23
State Co-op Delegate 33 Fire Marshal 33 Prom
Comm. 33 Graduation Usher 33 Prom King 3.
STEVE SISNEY v Football 1,2,33 Best Dressed 3,43
Class Favorite 33 Class Secretary 3,42 Student Coun-
cil Secretary 43 Fire Marshal 33 Spanish Club 43
FBLA 43 Art 43 Prom Comm. 33 Graduation Usher
3g FFA 1,2,3,4Q Secretary 23 Vice President 33 Green-
Girls State and Boys State delegates Steve Sisney, UCA June 6-10. They were very active and were
Michele Merwine, Angy Richardson and Matt elected to many offices.
Dickson represented Fountain Lake at OBU and
hand Vice President lg Parliamentary Team Presi-
dent 3,43 Livestock Exhibitor 1,23 Judging Team 1,23
Star Greenhand Award 13 FFA State Leadership
Conference 1,23 State Convention l,2Q State Co-op
Delegate 33 Whcfs Who Among American HS. Stu-
dents 3,43 Boys State 33 Elk's Club Student of the
TAMRA SPEERS - Basketball 12,3343 All-District
1,2,3,43 Track 1g FFA 13 FHA 1,233 Choir 2,33 All-Re-
gion 33 Spanish Club 33 Reporter 33 Speech!Drama
Club 13 Vice President lg Student Council Represen-
tative 4g Most Talented 2,3,4g Best All-Around 43
Homecoming Royalty 2,4Q Honor Roll 2,3,-43 Miss
Fountain Lake Pageant 2,33 Honor Roll 2,3,4Q Top
DAVID SUTTER - Tennis 12,33 Honor Roll
CRYSTAL TABER - Transfer Student from Par-
ong Pep Club 13 Ski Club lg Key Club 13 French Club
13 Cheerleader lg Class Favorite 23 Homecoming
Royalty 2g Science Club 2g Spanish Club 2,3,4g FBLA
2,33 Secretary 33 Cutest 3g Honor Roll 3,43 Who's
Who AmongtAmerican HS. Students 3,43 Scholastic
All-American Award 43 National Government Hon-
ors Award 43 Life Preservers 4.
REGINA TRUETT f FHA 1,2,3,43 Photographer
33 3rd Vice President 43 Band 1,2,33 Cheerleader 13
Silk Corps 2,33 Captain 33 Charmers 33 Sergeant 3g
Tennis 133,43 Journalism 33 Walsworth Camp 33 FCA
43 Who's Who Among American HS. Students 3,43
Leo's President 33 Top Ten 4.
DUSTIN VAUGHN - Track 13 Football 13 FFA lg
FHA 2,3,4Q Spanish Club 2.3343 Vice President 3g
King of Hearts 13 Speechflflrama 23 President 23 Golf
43 Who's Who Among American H.S, Students 3,43
Journalism 43 Photo Editor 4.
LORI WILLIS - Track 1g FHA 1,23 Who's Who
Among American H.S. Students 33 Honor Roll 33
Prom Comm. 33 Journalism 3,43 Student Life Editor
3g Walswurth 33 FCA 43 Secretary 4g Wittiest
43 Charmers 4g Volleyball 3,43 Art 43 SADD 23 Leo's
Club 23 Vice President 2.
MARK WILSON - Tennis 1,2,3,43 Football lg FCA
1,2,3g FFA 1,2,43 Spanish Club 3.
MICKEY WILSON - V0-Tech 3.
SHARI WYA'l'l' - Cheerleader l,2,3,4Q Captain
133,43 FHA 1,233,113 Treasurer 33 Vice President 43
FCA 1,2,33 Beta Club 1,2,3,4g Vice President 13
FBLA 3,45 Secretary 33 President 43 FFA 33 Journal-
ism 4g Copy Editor 43 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Band l,2Q Color
Guard 13 1st and 2nd Honor at Band Solo-Ensemble
13 Most School Spirit 12,3343 Speech!Drama 23 Miss
Fountain Lake Pageant 2,33 Finalist 33 Spanish Club
2,3,43 Reporter 33 Biggest Flirt 2,33 Play, "The Death
and Life of Sneaky Fitch" 23 Who's Who Among
American HS. Students 3,43 Hearts Dance Spirit
Queen 1g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Top Ten 4.
Senior Achievements 45
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I, HOYT ALLEN, will to CHIP PIKE my car stereo and
all my tapes so that he will not have to borrow thern any
I, TODD ASHLEY, will to MARK JOHNSON my ability
to play tennis, and to KEVIN WYLIE, my ability to not get
caught skipping school.
I, MISSY ATTEBURY, will my ability to read lips to JU-
LIE TILLERY and SUZANNE CAVNOR, to be used when
they are having a hard time listening in class.
I, GEORGE BRESHEARS, will PHILLIP TAYLOR the
ability to buy a real -IX4.
I, DAN BEYER, will my ability to be a SENIOR both my
junior and senior year, and to be able to dish out that big
16 penny to MIKE LAMPINEN.
I, VICKI BLAKE, will to ANGELA RITTER and DANA
LOY my razor because it shaves the whole leg.
I. TRAVIS BROWN, will to TRACI TURNER the ability
to stand in a crowded room and overlook all the things she
I, LANCE CHURCH, will JOHN WESTERMAN my abili-
ty to skip 47 minutes of class and get an eXcused tardy.
I, RICHIE CLII"'I', will to CHIP PIKE the ability to have
a full can of primer when he needs it.
I. JOHN CRUMPTON, will my ability to find a ride home
every day to AARON BOYETTE and to MIKE BROWN
my ability to take a joke.
I. DARREN DAUBER, will JOHN WESTERMAN the
ability to not crack under pressure.
I, TOMMY DAVIS, will my ability to skip school and deer
hunt without feeling guilty to CYNDY WOLFE and to
CRYSTAL TABER my driving ability so she won't total her
WE, KARLA DEARMON and RHONDA SHEPARD. will
our ability to be happily married seniors, and our ability to
put up with Tony to TINA BRESHEARS.
I, SHON DEARMON, will to KEVIN WYLIE the ability
not to get throw'n out of windows by girls at parties.
I, MATT DICKSON, will to DARREN NIBLETT my abili-
ty to be a "Chevy man,', and to JIM KAATZ myjob at Eos-
I, CHRIS DUNCAN, will to DUSTIN VAUGHN, all ot' HIS
empty copenhagen cans under my bed.
I. MO. will my ability to eat uncanny amounts of food and
not gain weight, to ANYONE who needs it.
I, JUDY FREEMAN, will my driving ability to ANY JU-
NIOR who is daring enough to take it.
I, J EFF FULLER, will to GREG WENDI.AND, my basket-
I, DAWN FULTON, will to anyone in THE JUNIOR
CLASS, my ability to have a good time without getting ine-
I, MIKE FUNTENATTO. will my ability to play the drums
to JULIE TILLERY, because she wanted to learn so badly
at the Christmas parade.
I, LARRY GRAVES, will my managing ability to VAUGH N
GARNER, and to MO my weight set because he needs it
I, KENDRA HARRINGTON, will to WILL WILLIAMS
my tutu and tap shoes.
I, CLAY HAYES, will to GREG WENDLAND my ability
to play street ball like a brother. Y , -
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I. KAREN HERRICK, will to MRS. MORRISON and
MRS. HIGGINS the ability to stay in their own classroom
for at least one period.
I, DARRICK HOGUE, will to PHILLIP TAYLOR my last
can of Copenhagen so that he will remember me.
I, NICOLE JAMES, will to SHELIA RIGSBY, the ability
to try out for a squad, whether it be cheerleader or charmer,
and finally make it her senior year.
I, DANIEL JEI"I"RESS. will to DUSTIN RALSTON the
knowledge that Cat Scratch Fever does not mean your cat
has fleas, also to SCOTT LAMPINEN, the ability to eat
I, JIM KAATZ, will with all my love to ANGIE GUNNOE
my ability to cause trouble and get away with it.
I, GENE McBEE, will KEN LIVINGSTON my ability to
hold on to my personal possessions.
I, MICHELE MERWINE, will my ability to make good
grades in Trigonometry to TRACI TURNER.
I, DONNIE MORROW, will my ability to lie my way out
of a pink slip to KRISTY BURKS.
I, KELLI QUALLS, will to WILL WILLIAMS the ability
to effectively wink at someone, so they will have the desire
to wink back.
I, JENNIFER RALSTON, will JULIE TILLERY my silver
shoes and black gloves.
I, DEMPSEY RHODES, will SCOTT LAMPINEN my
ability not to get caught and to stay out of jail.
I, ANGY RICHARDSON, will to all of my friends in THE
JUNIOR CLASS a senior year filled with as many wonder-
ful memories as they have given me.
I, JEANNIE RIGSBY, will to WILL WILLIAMS the one
thing he needs for support..
I, LIZ RYNDERS. will to WILL WILLIAMS the ability to
let the teacher teach the class.
I,:lENNIFER SHAW, will SUZY HESS my Algebra grades.
I, STEVEN SHELL, will HEATHER HANSEN my ability
to drive the speed limit and not pass six cars at one time.
I, MICHAEL SISNEY, will to SCOTT BRESI-IEARS my
gold watch and my stupid nickname, so that he will score
big with the babes.
I, STEVE SISNEY, will to all of my special friends, MIKE,
MATT, TRAVIS, DUSTIN, MICHELE. ANGY, LANCE,
RICHIE, and KENNY all ofthe best for always being there.
I, TAMRA SPEERS. will CHAD the ability to carry on the
family name and good looks,
I, SHARI WYATT, will MELODY AND KRISTY the abili-
ty to make it through one year of cheerleading without any
I, DUSTIN VAUGHN, will SCOTT LAMPINEN the abili-
ty to find a girlfriend who loves him as much as he loves him-
I, LORI WILLIS, will DOUG TILLERY the cute nicknames
he gave me and lots of love, also to my baby brother TODD,
all the brownie points I score with the teachers.
I, MARK WILSON, will my ability to play tennis and Lori
Mann to MARK JOHNSON.
I, REGINA TRUETT, will to TAMMY MICHAU my abili-
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everything, and he will be driving a school bus for Jessieville.
KENDRA HARRINGTON will be living in Michigan with
an Arkansas accent, and will still be dreaming about Dan.
RICHIE CLIFT will have his own body shop and own the
baddest truck around.
People will still be telling CHRIS DUNCAN to get a normal
GEORGE BRESHEARS will still be saying. "By Christmas,
Ol' Green will get a new paint job."
MIKE SISNEY will still be picky about the girls that Jim
gets for him.
MICKEY WILSON will finally find a voice he likes.
SHARI WYATT will be married to Vaughn. living in the
wilderness, and raising puppies to play with while Vaughn
hunts for food.
LANCE CHURCH will be the author of the best seller, 101
Wa-vs To Get Out ofa Ticket on West Illoiintain.
KENNY HARRISON will be Karate Kid III.
REGINA TRUETT will own her own fashion design firm
and be the Belching Champion of the World.
VICKI I-ILAKE will still be trying to get to K-mart parking
TAMRA SPEERS will be Queen of the Oaklawn Jockey
DARREN DAUBER will be playing the back nine at Belve-
dere with his old pal Bob, and chasing blindly after his high
school sweetheart, Jennifer.
NHUNG NGUYEN will be enjoying her American citizen-
ship to the fullest as a math scholar.
MATT DICKSON will still be recovering from his fight with
the box bailer at Foster's.
JENNIFER DILATUSH will still be living it up.
DUSTIN VAUGHN will be the top photographer for Sports
Illustrated, specializing in the Swimsuit Edition.
MARK WILSON will have been sentenced to traffic court
at least twenty times and will eventually become the judge.
CLAY HAYES will have severe neck injuries from the
weight of his VVV sign.
JEFF FULLER will still have his basketball attitude.
JEANNIE RIGSBY will still be trying to figure out, one and
one is three!
DARRICK HOUGE will be married to Jan and will be Work-
ing as a carpentry apprentice in H.S.V.
DEMPSEY RHODES will be a sergeant in the marines and
will be enjoying the wilderness by hunting and fishing.
DONNIE MORROW will be the editor of Penthouse maga-
STEVEN SHELL will have read every Louis L'Amour pa-
perback and he will have his own fish and game show on
TOMMY DAVIS will own a stud service for hunting dogs.
HOYT ALLEN will be driving his Ford Escort listening
to"Open Says Me" in search of a caramel onion.
MIKE FUNTENNATO will be conducting Hot Springs
TRAVIS HROVVN will own a clock shop franchise in the
midwest called "We-B-Clocks".
DAN BEYER will be married to Heather, will have been
kicked out of the army and will drive his very own beer
LORI WILLIS will be married to Doug with four kids and
still trying to get him to buy her a red EXP.
GARY HECKHAM will be the manager of Kroger.
NICOLE JAMES will have found her mister right.
JUDY FREEMAN will be wearing a straight-jacket as a
fashion statement, and will be bouncing off rubberwalls.
JOHN CRUMPTON will still be trying to scrape up 5515.00
for a Def Leppard ticket.
DAVID SUTTER will be making a humble and honest liv-
ing reading, teaching, and selling Bibles.
CRYSTAL TABER will be the first female to win the Indy
JIM KAATZ will be married to Angie and will still be
playing Rambo in the woods.
TONY I-IRESHEARS will have actually found a transmis-
sion with the gear 'AREVERSET
STEVE SISNEY will be lost in the jungle, surviving only
on what he can kill with his blowgun.
DANIEL -IEFFRESS will become the president of
Budweiser and will eventually get fired for drinking all of
MISSY ATTEBURY wil be reaching out in the world and
her dreams will come true.
JERRY TURNER will be married to Marla and they will
be the most feared tag team in Pro-wrestling.
LARRY ORAVES will own a barber shop.
TODD ASHLEY will be driving a Lamborghini with no
KARLA DeARMON and her husband Kevin will be raising
Karla's brother-in-law Cory.
SHON DeARMON Will be president of R.J. Reynolds To-
bacco Company, Inc.
DAWN FULTON will own her own international travel
agency and will meet thousands of gorgeous, eligible men.
RHONDA SHEPARD will own a chain of Western Sizzlins.
GARRETT ELMORE will be big enough to fit into Colum-
KAREN HERRICK will still be trying to convince her
f'Special Someone" to buy her a ring.
GENA McEEE will still be living up to her favorite song
"Party All the Time".
KELLI QUALLS will be a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader.
LIZ RYNDERS will be happily married to her wonderful
MICHELE MERVVINE will be the first female President
of the United States.
ANGY RICHARDSON will be the next Vanna VVhite.
JENNIFER RALSTON will be Oliver North Jr. secretary.
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"Stand By Me" was chosen by thejunior
class as the 1987-88 prom theme. The prom
was held at the Arlington Crystal Ballroom
on May 7, 1988. All of the committees worked
hard with the help of the junior class spon-
sors to get everything ordered and reserved
for a great evening. Decorations began at
10:00 Saturday morning. There were stu-
dents blowing up balloons, putting stars on
the arch ways, tying ribbons and setting up
tables until 1:30.
Some couples made stops to see friends
and families and to show off their attire be-
fore going to eat at places such as Hamilton
House, Coy's, and Bonanza. After pictures at
7:00, each girl received a silver rose with pur-
ple ribbons at the door. Kyle Robertson
opened the ceremonies at eight o'clock with
the invocation followed by Cyndy Wolfe wel-
coming all who attended the prom. After
Traci Turner gave recognition to sponsors
and faculty members, it was time to elect
prom king and queen. The ballots were hand-
ed out by Tina Breshears, Angie Gunnoe,
Deena Outler and Julie Tillery. While the
ballots were being counted Melody Fason
and Sheila Rigsby handed out certificates to
the Most Loved Seniors and Most Likely to
Be Remembered, Angy Richardson and Dan-
ny Beyer received these awards. Afterwards,
Tammye Michau entertained us by singing,
Finally the ballots were counted
and John Westerman announced that
Dustin Vaughn and Melody Fason
were prom king and queen. Then pro-
phecies were read by Becky Sears.
Next on the agenda was "wills" read by
the senior officers. Last, but not least,
the garter ceremony, lead by Joe Par-
tain and Tammy Vaughn, took place.
Everyone looked forward to this activi-
ty. When all the ceremonies were com-
pleted the D.J., Les Humble of KLAZ
106, played 'gStand By Me' as the first
song of the evening.
From that song until the end of
the evening the dance floor stayed cov-
ered with energetic and romantic
couples dancing the night away. After
it was all over some students went
cruising, some went to a movie party,
and others went to eat an early break-
fast. A common question asked at
prom was, UWhat time do you have to
be in?,' The answers ranged from 12:30
for some of the younger students to not
at all for some of the juniors and se-
niors. The evening went off without a
hitch and everyone enjoyed them-
selves. "Stand By Mel' will be a pleas-
ant memory for us all.
cu., iviv .md design byJL1lie Tf11f-qv.
Regina Truett turns to look for her date, but i
stead she finds a camera in her face.
LaShawn Neighbors and Nhung Nguyen presenta
roses at the door.
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Nicole James and Mrs. Morrison seem to enjoy
ing with each other instead of their dates.
The Prom and food committees work hard on decorations
in Mrs. Gladden's office.
lennifer Tillery and Danny Loy love being so close.
After a long day of decorating Julie Tillery and her date
Jeremy Gunnoe are ready to enjoy the evening.
Daniel Jeffress and Tammy Vaughn enjoy garter ceremof
nies more than anyone else.
Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Travis keep Jim Kaatz busy on the
dance floor while spectators look on.
Reaching for Success
The eleventh grade is "The
most competitive class
to them. Whether in
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vorite rnaie teacher is Mr.
Caldwell. 'S . . a genius at his profes-
sion," as Jared Ware evaluated him.
Mrs. Turner topped the list of fe-
male teachers. These teachers'
classes are also the favorites.
Extra-curricular activities are
important for making a "well-round-
ed junior." Spanish Club and FFA
are the fast pace organizations that
the juniors like to take time out from
studying to enjoy. When asked what
events were the students, favorites,
three answers ruled out the rest.
Football players, along with cheer-
leaders and fans, agreed that it was
agetting to the second round of the
state playoffs." On the other hand,
the basketball team said that with
victories over Ouachita and Jessie-
ville, their season was just as exiting.
The last rewarding event was being
exempt from semester tests.
Everyone in the junior class
came to one conclusion: they are
looking forward to having a senior
year that is even better than this one.
Tammy Vaughn expressed that the
best thing about being a junior is,
"you're old enough to know better,
and young enough to enjoy it!"
Knowing of all the juniors' accom-
plishments, a successful senior year
is just around the corner.
Junior class officers exhibit outstanding lead-
ership abilities. They are: John Westerman,
Presidentg Doug Tillery, Secretary: Chip Pike,
Reporterg Scott Lampinen, Vice Presidentg
and Cyndy Wolfe, Treasurer.
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Chris Poston seems upset because he didn't,
get to eat his lunch in bed like Ken Livingston.
Tammy Michau, Brandi Guy, and Jewell
Miller like to hop around between classes.
Marchelle Milholen, Chris Poston, and Mike
Brown are amused as Mrs. Turner's parrot
shows his feelings about her personality by
leaving a deposit on her shoulder.
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Suzanne Cavnor, Will Williams, and Melody
Fason concentrate hard on the Win, Lose, or
Draw game at the basketball homecoming piz-
za party. Suzanne and Melody are definitely
dressed for the occasion with their homecom-
ing sweatshirts, but Will CMcMahonJ Wil-
liams couldn't resist wearing his Chicago
Bears shirt. ,
Hey, who says yeountry's not COOY? Heeoliaw girls, their ,spirit during homecoming week
Heather Haiisen and Tammy Vaughn, express l QQ ' 'V '
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Spanish Club in the spirit. parade.
Oh no! We've been caught! Joe Partain and
John Westerman sneak a pickle.
Ain't we cute? Peggy Harris, Greg Furr, and
Cyndy Wolfe take a break to give a big grin
to the cameraman.
J umors 55
Sophomores Step Up
Most tenth graders
agreed that their
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r leges, and free-
doms. Being a soph-
omore was an exciting
experience, because the
students were able to set up their
class schedules themselves. They at-
tended classes with juniors and sen-
iors, and they were given the oppor-
tunity to join all the clubs and orga-
nizations that they were not eligible
to join previously.
When asked the best thing
about tenth grade, they all agreed
that it was having only two more
years of school. They enjoyed going
to town, dating, driving legally, se-
nior high sports, music, and spend-
ing time with friends. Their favorite
teacher was Mrs. Burns, and FFA
and FHA was the organizations that
they liked most.
Many sophomores were seen
working daily in the canteen sup-
porting their favorite group. They
excelled in everything from academ-
ics to athletics. The class was very
active in almost everything that
came along. They participated in
sports, choir, and band concerts,
FFA judging contests, art contests,
academic programs, and community
All-around, the class of '90 was
a group of over-achievers who had
high goals and worthwhile dreams.
The highpoints of their sophomore
year were winning the first round of
the football playoffs and beating
Jessieville in the Perryville basket-
ball tournament. They also enjoyed
the deep snow of '88 and Christmas
vacation. As Steven Long stated, "It
is the best, coolest bunch of people
I've ever met, and I wouldn't trade
them for the world."
56 Senior High
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The sophomore class officers prove that the
females rule. They are Stacy Himes, Presi-
dentg Lori Culpepper, Vice-Presidentp Wende
Hogue, Secretaryg DeAnn Harrington, Trea-
surerg Julie Knowlen, Reporter.
Jack Smith and Danny Vaughn donate their
extra time to help with a community project.
Surprise? Someuxiekiwatching you. Larry Pat-
rick and Clydeyiiiyndersl enjoy stuffiiiggytheir
faces. ",V i t '
Danny Vaughn, Jack Smith, Wesley Yates
and Bob Sims are apparently up to no good.
Does Mr. Sargo know that they've been work-
ing on his truck?
Sophomore, Tammy Robertson, is trying to
figure out what Ken and Chris put in her ham-
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is ready and waiting.
Who us . . . work? You must be kidding.
Shelly Watson, Julie Knowlen, Marcie
Hutchins, Monica Vaughn and Chanda
Welch enjoy spending time together.
Que pasa? Dustin Ralston and Mike Lampi-
nen show their excitement about Spanish club
Mr. and Miss Fountain Lake
John Wes and Julie Tillery
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Can idates: arren Dauber
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60 Senior High
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Not long ago, or so it seemed,
Angy Richardson and Danny Beyer
began making an everlasting im-
pression on Fountain Lake. Angy
entered kindergarten in 1975 and
soon won the hearts of many with
her sweet smile and charming per-
sonality. Danny came to our school
in 1978 and blessed us with his out-
spoken manner and wit. Angy and
Dan were involved with everything
including FFA, FHA, cheerleading,
football and homecoming. Danny
will most likely be remembered for
his uncanny ability to make people
laugh, while Angy will be remem-
bered for her sweet nature and her
ability to be a good friend. No mat-
ter what the reason may be, Danny
and Angy will never be forgotten.
Hy Lori Willis
All-State linebacker, Danny Beyer,
will always be remembered for his
outstanding personality, his exotic
hairstyles and his convertible truck.
FFA State Officer, Angy Richard-
son, enjoys playing with her Grand
Champion Bull, "Baby Ben." Her
warm smile and positive outlook on
life will never be forgotten.
Seniors Most Likely to Be Rei-nembered 61
Tamra Speers and Travis Brown take a
break from rehearsing to pose for the cam-
Charity Book and Aaron Boyette are get-
ting ready to create a masterpiece on the
Monica Vaughn and Larry Patrick are bub-
bling with talent.
Talented - ftal-en-ted! adj.
suggested a marked special
ability without implying a
mind of extraordinary pow-
62 Most Talented
Energetic - Xen- r-'jet-ik! adj.
having or showing activenessg ,
Why are Vicki Blake and Daniel Jeffress
standing under the motel sign?
Heather Hansen and Darren Niblett decid-
ed to put all their energy to good use by
cleaning out their locker.
Chanda Welch relaxes while Larry Patrick
uses all his energy to swing her.
Most Energetic 63
Lori Willis and Clay Hayes go to great
heights to make you laugh.
Dawn Ragsdale and Vaughn Garner are
K'Just a Swinging".
Julie Knowlen acts innocent while Bob-
by Simms plans to puncture Mr. Beck-
Wittiest - f'wit-e-est! adj.
marked by or full of quickness
and cleverness in handling
words and ideas.
Cutest - fkyutestf adj. Attrac-
tive or pretty by reason of
daintiness or delicacy.
Missy Attebury loves Steven Shell's cute
Melody Fason and Mark Johnson
climbed all those stairs and still look
Stacey Himes and Mike Piatt always
Missy Attebury and George Breshears al-
ways appear Warm and friendly.
Darlene Horman is trying to keep Joe Par-
tain from falling on his face again.
Marcy Hutchins and Clyde Rynders smile
for the camera while resting on the steps.
n. distinction or excellence of
personal and social traits.
66 Best Personality
Best - fbestf adj. of the highest
quality, excellence or stand-
Tamra Speers and Jim Kaatz are always at
Traci Turner and Greg Wendland are
caught playing on the playground equip-
Wesley Yates and Marcy Hutchins are all-
around great people.
Best All-Around 67
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Cheerleading Captain, Shari Wyatt, and
Basketball Captain, Hoyt Allen, display sea
nior leadership with their spirit.
Melody Fason and Chris Hulsey think that
if they switch professions their life would
be a lot easier.
Deann Harrington and Marty Haynes
stand proudly by their school mascot.
Spirit - !'spir-et! adj. full of
spirit, courage, or energy.
68 Most School Spirit
Athletic - fath-,let-ik! adj. re-
lating to, or characteristic of
athletes or athletics.
Vicki Blake and Darren Dauber show off
the many trophies that they helped win.
Jewell Miller and Scott Lampinen are very
active in many sports.
Shelley Watson and Mike Lampinen con-
gratulate each other on a good year.
Most Athletic 69
Michele Merwine 8a Matt Dickson look as
though they could conquer the world.
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Cyndy Wolfe and Jared Ware are looking
for a good book to read.
Missy Ragsdale gl Wesley Yates look up
from studying to smile for the camera.
70 Most Likely to Succeed
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Hon or Aeneuagznc
noun afkcfian Land on aJm1ra
Brains and Brawn. Most loved seniors,
Angy Richardson and Danny Beyer, love to
You can't help but love Julie Tillery and
Monica Vaughn and Mike Lampinen have
love written all over their faces.
Most Loved 71
Cory DeArmon appears to be enjoying Judy
Freeman sitting on his lap.
Flirt - f'flertf vb. to behave
amorously without serious in-
Tammy Vaughn and Joe Partain are ready
to start flirting with the students who come
to the canteen.
Tammy Robertson and Tommy Truett are
contemplating who they should flirt with
72 Biggest Flirt
Favorites - f'fav-Q31-ret! n.
people regarded with special
liking or more highly than
Danny Beyer, Vickie Blake, Jim Kaatz, and
Phillip Taylor, Julie Tillery, John Wester-
man, and Suzanne Cavnor.
Mike Lampinen, Marcy Hutchins, Monica
Vaughn, and Larry Patrick.
Class Favorites 73
'fThe Rhythm of The ight"
The eighth annual Miss
Fountain Lake Pageant was
held in the school cafetori-
um on March 26, 1988. Pre-
pageant activities officially
started Saturday, March 19,
with Squmpy Few, choreog-
rapher, teaching dance steps
to the opening number of
"The Rhythm of the Nightf,
The sixteen contestants at-
tended modeling and make-
up sessions, talent practices
and dress rehearsals.
The big night finally ar-
rived as the pageants
emcees, Marcy Hansen,
Miss Fountain Lake 1984,
and Heather Hansen, Miss
Fountain Lake 1987, intro-
duced the opening number.
The judging began as each of
the contestants were fea-
tured individually in casual
wear, which constituted for-
ty percent of the girls' total
score. Outfits ranged from
walking shorts to skirts. The
second category for judging
was talent. lt consisted of
everything from Julie Til-
leryis Charleston routine to
Shari Wyatt's ventriloquist
Heather Hansen performed
her national competition
gymnastics routine for en-
tertainment. The final event
for judging was evening
gown, a favorite category
among the girls. When asked
why, junior Becky Sears re-
plied, t'Because the hard
parts are over and all you
have to worry about is smil-
Before the finalists were
announced, Miss Henderson
University 1987, Tina Rich-
Heather Hansen is proud to award
the title of "Miss Fountain Lake"
Contestants - FRONT ROW: Tam-
mye Michau, Cyndy Wolfe, Shari
Wyatt, Jennifer Ralston, Chanda
Welch, Traci Turner, Angie Gun-
noe, Tammy Vaughn, Missy Atte-
to Junior Tammye Michau.
bury, Darlene Horman, Michele
Merwine, Crystal Taber, Nicole
James, Julie Tillery, Becky Sears,
and Kristy Burks.
74 Senior High
ardson performed a vocal
solo t'God Bless the USA."
Tina, Miss Fountain Lake
1983, was asked to fill in that
evening for a missing judge.
While theijudges made their
final decisions, Angy Rich-
ardson, Saline County Jr.
Miss 1987-88 presented an
entertaining piano solo.
The girls were brought
back one last time as the fi-
nalists were announced.
Then Heather Hansen relin-
quished her crown while be-
ing serenaded by Travis
Brown and Darren Dauber
with a song entitled 'tYou,'.
Shari Wyatt was selected
by her fifteen fellow contes-
tants as Miss Congeniality.
The award was given as a to-
ken of appreciation to a spe-
cial person who was always
there giving a helping hand
and a friendly smile. After a
long waiting period the win-
ners were announced. Sec-
ond runner-up went to Shari
Wyatt and first runner-up
was Cyndy Wolfe. Then
Tammy Michau was
crowned Miss Fountain
A special thanks went out
to Mary Thompson and An-
drea Crawford for organiz-
ing the pageant. It was a
chpy and Design by Shari W,-an
Travis Brown presents Heather reign as "Miss Fountain Lake 1986-
Hansen as she steps down from her 87.'
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Cyndy Wolfe ecstatically accepts her
Ist runner-up trophy.
Chanda Welch, the only sophomore one of the five finalists.
who participated in the pageant, is
The excited contestants show their
dancing capabilities during the
Shari Wyatt is pleased with 2nd honor of "Miss Congenialityf,
runnerfup. She also received the
Finalist Jennifer Ralston smiles her casual Wear.
with contentment as she models
The emcees are Heather Hansen great at entertaining the audience
and Marcy Hansen. They are
ing crowned by our Superinten-
dent, Mr. Bass.
Our 1988-89 Miss Fountain Lake is
Junior, Tammye Michau. She is be-
"No hird soars too high, if he soars
with his own wings."
"I can achieve anything in life
through work and determination."
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"Within ourselves lies everything
we ever dream of beingf,
"I feel it is important for us to value
76 Senior High
Darlene I-Iorman, Michele Mer-
wine, and Traci Turner agree that
"I find that the more I accomplish
the better I feel about myself."
HI cannot do all things, but what I
can do - I will."
last minute rehearsals are vital to
gain confidence for performing.
HI think that everyone needs to
treat people with love and kind-
t'Always stand for something, or
you will fall for anything."
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These lovely contestants show off
their dancing skills during the
Everyday we spend without learn-
ing something is a day lost."
The right attitude can help you
through almost anything."
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opening number to "The Rhythm
of the Night."
ul hear with my eyes and heart -
even though I'm deaf."
C ndy Wolfe as
t'My philosophy is to remain strong
in will and never give upf'
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Crystal Taber is in no big hurry to
start the pageant. She enjoys being
'klf l could give a gift to the world,
it would be understanding."
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"My philosophy of life is to be all
l can be and nothing less."
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world would be world peace."
"We all have to work together to-
ward a better tomorrow."
Service Through Leadership
Student Council Strives
To Improve Campus Life
Suzanne C B ky S
Matt Dick T y V gh
and Steven Shell make their own
ladder to hang dance decorations
78 Senior High
As with any school, Foun-
tain Lake's primary aim was
to educate the student body
and equip it with the basic
skills to function in an in-
creasingly technical, com-
plex World. But education
here attempted to go beyond
academics. Through various
clubs and organizations,
each student had an oppor-
tunity to develop Within
himself a sense of responsi-
bility and committment to
democratic principles and a
willingness to serve the gen-
Fountain Lake's Student
Council worked toward this
goal of service through lead-
ership. lt gave its members
a better understanding of
how organizations in general
function. Through planning,
organizing, and implemen-
ting, Student Council mem-
bers saw abstract ideas
evolve into tangible reali-
ties. Regardless of the wide
diversity of personalities
and broad range of lifestyles,
Student Council members
put personal demands aside
and strove for perfection
through group identity.
One function of any
school organization was to
ultimately improve campus
life. Student Council met
the challenge. It sponsored
homecoming dances and do-
nated money to help start a
new organization, Life Pres-
ervers tsee pages 102 and
1033. By working in the can-
teen and conducting orga-
nized meetings Student
Council improved the over-
all leadership quality of the
Sponsor: Lynn Turner: Senior Re-
presentatives: Tamra Speers and
Vicki Blake: Representatives at
Large: Julie Tillery and John West-
ermang Junior Representatives:
Tammy Vaughn and Chip Pikeg
Sophomore Representatives: Dus-
tin Ralston and Marty Haynes:
Freshman Representatives: Kevin
Noles and Angela McAttee: Spon-
sor: Kathy Gladdeng Vice Presi-
dent: Angy Richardson: Secretary:
Steve Sisneyg Treasurer: Heather
Hansen: President: Matt Dicksong
Reporter: Suzanne Cavnor.
Kathy Gladden, sponsor, takes a
break from sending in a news re-
lease for the homecoming royalty.
Dempsey Rhodes and Matt
Dickson play the hits at the home-
Student Council 79
Headlines to Deadline
A year in the life of Fountain Lake
For the Purple Pride staff,
the 1987-88 year was off to
a quick, somewhat confusing
start. It began with a 3-day
workshop in August at beau-
tiful Lake DeGray State
Lodge. Here, returning staff
members Angy Richardson
and Lori Willis and new
member Jennifer Ralston
met their advisor, Dave
Schrader, for the first time.
The workshop introduced
the staff to new concepts
and methods concerning
yearbook production, ideas
which would soon be put to
use in the classroom setting.
But implementing what
we learned at the workshop
was not often easy. Dis-
agreements over content
and organization had to be
resolved. When standard ac-
Angy Richardson - editor
ceptable design principles
came into conflict with how
we as a staff wanted to de-
sign this year's volumn, a
balance had to be reached.
Mr. Schrader's dogged insis-
tence that certain style
guide rules for copy and de-
sign be followed forced staff
members to continually re-
write and redesign their
work. Feelings of frustration
occasionally turned to re-
sentment when hours of
work ended finally in unac-
ceptable layouts. Clashing
egos had to be subdued.
Criticism had to be accept-
ed. Deadlines were coming.
The relationship between
journalism and yearbook
production was becoming
obvious as the year progres-
sed. How to conduct inter-
Shari Wyatt f copy editor
80 Senior High
views, write feature stories,
take meaningful photos rep-
resentative of the student
body, and develop "noses for
news" - these were the re-
sponsibilities of the staff.
These were skills which had
to be learned. Time was run-
A few staffers recognized
to what extent we were com-
mitted. Others never did
catch on. Some staffers joi-
ned journalism to add to
their list of accomplish-
ments - the title
"photography editor" had a
nice ring to it. Others had a
genuine interest in record-
ing a year in the life of Foun-
tain Lake. But none would
deny that to produce a qual-
ity yearbook required hard
work, perseverance, thick
- Business editor
skin, and a hightened sense
of dedication and responsi-
To what extent we met the
challenge can only be deter-
mined by the readers of this
edition of the Purple Pride.
To what extent we captured
the essence of Fountain
Lake for the 1987-88 school
year will be reflected in the
frequency with which you
open this volumn in years to
come. Its production was an
enlightening experience. We
hope its perusal will be
equally enlightening as you
look back on this particular
year in the life of Fountain
Julie Tillery - Assistant Editor
Joe Partain Y Layout Editor
Becky Sears, Mr. Schrader, Shari lery and lhmnie Loy discuss am zlcl
Wyatt. Angy Richardson, Julie 'l'il- layout during spirit week.
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Dustin Vaughn and Danny lioy, Becky Sears, staff Chip Pike, Staff Lori Willis and Doug Tillery, staff
Annual Staff 81
In the Right Direction
Achievements in the Se-
nior Beta Club were many.
The Beta Club sponsored
the football homecoming
program and decorations.
Their community project
was helping with the Spa 10
K Run. They purchased the
graduation stoles for the
seniors who graduated with
honors. The important lead-
ers of Beta Club were the of-
ficers: Jared Ware, Pres.g
Jennifer Shaw, Vice Pres.g
Angy Richardson, Sec., Mi-
chele Merwine, Treas. They
excelled academically while
participating in various ex-
Will Williams, Angy Richardson, and a meeting preparing for football
Jared Ware spend their lunch hour at homecoming.
Copy by Mark Johnson and Cvndy Wolfe. De-
sign by Angy Richardson.
DeAnn Harrington receives her
beta pin at the induction from Jen-
Senior Beta members are: Becky
Sears, Traci Turner, Melody Fason,
Lisa Culpepper, Marchelle Milho-
len, Cyndy Wolfe, Shari Wyatt,
Dawn Fulton, John Westerman,
Dannie Loy, Joe Partain, Matt
Dickson, Will Williams, Kimma
Haper, Elaine Warrington, Jen-
nifer Dilatush, Angy Richardson,
Michele Merwine, Jared Ware.
Beta officers are: president, Jared
Ware, vice president, Jennifer
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Shaw, secretary, Angy Richard
song treasurer, Michele Mervvine.
82 Senior High
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Will Williams,Joe Partain,Jared President, Jared Ware presents se-
Ware, and John Westerman en- nior, Regina Truett, with her beta
joy refreshments after the beta stole.
Beta Club 83
Toward New Horizons
The Future Homemakers
of America has gone through
many changes since its na-
tional founding in 1945.
While its central point of in-
terest still focuses on family
and home life, it now reaches
beyond into the career
This year FHA had seven-
ty-five active members, both
male and female and for the
first time, a male officer was
elected - Scott Lampinen,
The FHA participated in
several community activi-
ties. Some members baked
cookies to raise money for
the Easter Seal Foundation.
Others fingerprinted ele-
mentary students for identi-
Nicole James represented
our club in the public speak-
ing division at Ouachita
Baptist University. She
qualified to represent Foun-
tain Lake on the state level
and received a two star
For one week the mem-
bers were asked to tend to a
raw egg. This activity em-
phasized the difficulties in-
volved in the parental re-
sponsibility. Several of them
realized that parenting is a
Mrs. Rice, the FHA spon-
sor, was also there helping
each member. She taught
and demonstrated the full
meaning of out motto:
"Towards New Horizons."
She guided our activities to-
wards the overall goal of
helping individuals improve
personal, family, and com-
Copy by Sherri Wyatt
Design by Julie 'I'illz-ry
Don't worry Darlene, we won't tell
Mrs. Rice that you're not using the
The members were: W. Hogue, C.
Wolfe, M. Milholen, L. Culpepper,
M. Ragsdale, R. Truett, S. Wyatt,
N. James, S. Cavnor, L. Culpepper,
T. Turner, M. Fason, K. Qualls, S.
Himes, M. Attebury, J. Freeman, S.
Lampinen, S. Hess, S. Rigsny, T.
Robertson, K. Dodd, B. Breashers,
S. Furr, J. Miller, A. Gunnoe, D.
Outler, S. Coburn, L. Abbott, M.
Henderson, J. Miller, D.
Harrington, K. Bailey, D. Bean, J.
Ford, M. Sweeten, M. Switzer, A.
Hutchins, K. Chavarria, T. Trusty,
K. Walker, L. Coleman, T. Araiza,
C. Williams, M. Turner, K. Owens,
A. McAtee, C. Pike, V. Garner, D.
Vaughn, K. Kiernan, K. Herrick, D.
Fulton, M. Davis, A. Caldwell, Ta-
nya Lipp, S. Shell, H. Allen, T. Da-
vis, K. Rigsby, D. Loy, L. Rynders,
A. Ritter, M. Vaughn, J. Knowlen,
L. Loy, S. Watson, M. Hutchins, M.
Slater, C. Hulsey, P. Taylor, J. Chil-
dress, J. Tillery.
84 Senior High
Nicole James shows her speaking
abilities for which she earned a two
star honor in the FHA Public
FHA officers are: Michelle Milho-
len, Secretary, Stacy Himes, Execu-
tive Council, Lori Culpepper, Re-
porter, Missy Ragsdale, Executive
Council, Shari Wyatt, 2nd Vice
President, Suzanne Cavnor, Presi-
dent, Regina Truett, 3rd Vice Presi-
dent, Cyndy Wolfe, Treasurer, Ni-
cole James, lst Vice President,
Scott Lampinen, Historian, Wende
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Steven Shell, 1987-88 FHA Beau,
would make a great house wife.
Lori Culpepper shows oft' her win-
ning egg with Stacy Himes last
years promising freshman.
Tommy Davis and Hoyt Allen cook Melissa Jones practices to he a
their favorite meal: fried chicken. seamstress or stuffed animal mak-
GT, W6"I'8 H01 SUT9,
One ol' these women state troopers
in Arkansas spoke tothe home eco-
nomics classes about the effects ol'
drugs and alcohol when driving.
The FFA enrolled eighty rnem-
bers - the largest in the ten year his-
tory of the Fountain Lake FFA.
This record membership increased
our state voting delegation to three.
The following calender of events
reveals a successful and rewarding
year filled with honors and achieve-
160th State Convention John West-
erman, Jim Duncan, Luke Dickson
and Wesley Yates.
5'Leadership Conference at Camp
Couchdale: Angy Richardson, John
Westerman, Kyle Robertson, Doug
Tillery and Dannie Loy.
:kWashington Conference in Wash-
ington, D.C. Angy Richardson
XCo-op Camp: John Westerman se-
lected to attend N.l.C.E. in St. Lou-
XFFA Recreation Camp at Couch-
dale: Kenny Harrison, Frankie
Sears, Marty Haynes, Jerry Milroy,
Johnny Cosby, Luke Dickson and
xSaline County Fair: Grand Cham-
pion Barrow, Doug Tilleryg Grand
Champion Gilt, John Westerman.
'FFA Kick-off Day: Fun games,
and food - eighty students joined
XGarland County Fair: Julie Til-
lery, FFA Sweetheart and Fair
Queen contestant: Joe Partain,
Showmanship Award: Angy Rich-
ardson, Grand Champion Bull.
5kFootball Homecoming Float Con-
test, First Place.
xState Fair: Jason Curtis, Purple
Circle Club. Attended banquet at
Ferndale in his honor. Kenny Har-
rison and Jason Curtis, premium
:':National FFA Convention in Kan-
sas City, MO: Jeri Childress, Kelly
Bailey, Jana Ford, Sam Balsters,
Brannan Graves, Roy James, Fran-
kie Sears, chaperones Mr. Sz Mrs.
Marvin Bailey and advisor Jim
86 Senior High
Roy James, Melissa Slater, Shawn
Marlar and Kent Mahan during ini-
John Westerman placed lst in pre-
pared public speaking.
FFA members get excited when
they hear that they won the
football homecoming float con-
The FFA Christmas party was
filled with fun, games, food, and
a hayride. Here Hoyt Allen and
Jeri Childress are shown in the
caramel apple eating contest
when Hoyt discovers he is eating
This is the life! Luke Dickson,
John Westerman, Dannie Loy,
Wesley Yates and Joe Partain re-
lax after a successful day at the
Garland County Fair. Joe was
the recipient of the showmanship
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L. Dickson, D. Vaughn, J. Curtis, T. Vaughn
G. Wendland, D. Niblett, J. Crumpton, W
Yates, J. Smith, R. James, T. Thomas, D. Ford,
M. Funtenatto, M. Wilson, S. Homan, J. Mil
roy, C. Hulsey, M. Piatt, S. Breshears, B.
Simms, K. Harrison, E. Terry, B. Cox, T.
Truett, J. Duncan, B. Nobles, C. Morrow, R.
Kiester, J. Plyler, C. Kolasch, C. Rynders, A.
Boyette, C. Speers, M. Brown, K. Clem, C. Pos
ton, F. Sears, M. Pascoe, S. Marlar, L. Graves,
M. Dickson, K. Mahan, C. Blanchard, M. John-
son, K. Livingston, K. Bailey, A. Hecke, J. Chil-
dress, J. Ford, S. Sisney, D. Morrow, J. Ralston,
D. Dauber, B. Graves, J. Norman, P. Taylor, K.
Noles, B. Nunes, M. Slater, T. Davis, S. Shell,
D. Jeffress, J. Partain, Sentinel, D. Tillery, Re-
porter, M. Haynes, Treasurerg D. Loy, Secre-
tary, J. Esterman, Vice President, A. Richard-
son, President. J. Tillery, Sweetheart, J. Pen-
tFruit Sale - Big Success!
XFFA Christmas Party: Fun,
games, food, and hayride for seven-
ty-six members and guests.
:kRepaired bicycles for needy chil-
dren at Christmas.
3"Worked in the canteen during bas-
:kNational FFA Week
a'Greenhand Initiation Week
:'tSub-Area Contests: Parliamenta-
ry Team 2nd: Steve Sisney, John
Westerman, Kevin Noles, Kent
Mahan, Shawn Marlar, Joe Partain
and Angy Richardson, Prepared
Public Speaking: John Westerman
xDistrict Speaking Contest: John
Westerman, Second Place.
:kLivestock Judging in Little Rock.
tDistrict Judging Contests SAU
Magnolia- Dairy Cattle 6th place:
Joe Partain 4th place individual.
akState Farmer Degree: Angy Rich-
'KFFA Banquet: Star Farmer - Angy
Richardson, Star Greenhand -
Shawn Marlar, Blue and Gold
Award - Kenny Harrison, Out-
standing Junior - Stephen Homan,
Outstanding Sophomore - Jack
Smith, Honorary Chapter Farmers
- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bailey,
Awards of Appreciation - Patricia
Sisney and Harvey Dauber.
:k61st State Convention: Courtesy
Corps- Jeri Childress, Kyle Robert-
son, Frankie Sears. Delegates- Joe
Partain, Kevin Noles, Kent Mahan.
Campaign Manager- John Wester-
Our year closed at the 61st con-
vention held at Camp Couchdale
where Angy Richardson was elected
to a state office. Angy will serve as
a Vice-President for the Arkansas
FBL :LE DER HIP THAT HOWS!
The Future Business Leaders of
America had an extra busy and excit-
ing year. Campaigning for office posi-
tions was held the week of September
14-18. On September 18, the election
was held and the results were very
One of the fun activities that the
FBLA members participated in was
the football homecoming parade. Pre-
parations for decorating the float were
tiring andrequired help from many en-
Mrs. Morrison and Mrs. Higgins,
the advisors, held a christmas party in
honor of all the active members on De-
cember 16. The members received
FBLA pins for their contributions to
Steve Sisney, shows Stacy Himes, Becky Bresh-
ears, Kim Rigsby, and Lori Culpepper his pro-
gram which he used to compete at Henderson.
Teachers have spirit, tool President, Shari
Wyatt, and Vice-President, Nicole James, along
with sponsor, Mrs. Morrison, show their spirit
during animal day.
FBLA students learn valuable skills that will
help them throughout life.
88 Senior High
Spring time for FBLA members
meant a time to let their skills in busi-
ness show. Ten members of the chap-
ter represented Fountain Lake at the
Spring Leadership Conference. The
conference was held at Henderson
State University. Three of these mem-
bers made it in the top ten of their div-
isions. These outstanding members
were: Steven Sisney, who competed in
the Informative Processing Concepts
Division, Cyndy Wolfe, in the comput-
er Application for Business Division,
and Deena Outler, in the Business
Law Division. The competitions
were tough, but the chapter was rep-
resented Well in each division.
This was Mrs. Higgins' first year
to be an advisor for the FBLA chap-
ter. Mrs. Morrison, with help from
Mrs. Higgins, have big plans for the
years to come, but they agree that
this year's chapter was one of the
copy and design by Shari Wyatt
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The FBLA chapter welcomes Mrs. Higgins as a co-
advisor. Mrs. Morrison is pleased to have some
FBLA officers 1987-1988: President, Shari er, LaShawn Neighbors, Historian, Traci
WyattgVice-President, Nicole James, Secretary, Turner, Parliamentarian, Toni Newell.
Cyndy Wolfeg Treasurer, Sheila Rigsbyg Report-
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Members show that future business leaders
know how to have fun after a long day ofwork.
The members who attended the spring leader-
ship conference were eager to take a quick pic-
ture so they could hurry and eat.
Members: Toni Newell, Traci Turner, LaSh-
awn Neighbors, Sheila Rigsby, Cyndy Wolfe,
Nicole James, Shari Wyatt, Mrs. Higgins, Jer-
emy Long, Missy Attebury, Denna Outler,
Angie Gunnoe, Suzanne Cavnor, Steven Sis-
ney, Michele Merwine, Mrs. Morrison, Wende
Hogue, DeAnn Harrington, Becky Hreshears,
Wendy Tillery, Melissa Henderson, Dawn
Fulton, Karen Herrick, Lori Abbott, Reba
McGinnis, Darren Dauber, Jennifer Ralston,
Lori Culpepper, Kim Rigshy, Stacy Himes,
and Tammy Robertson.
Cobra F.C. .
Last years Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athlete's prospered into a car-
ing, loving, and Christian group
that served to nuture to each other
and their fellow students. Although
they did not attend the traditional
Razorback football F.C.A. day, ev-
eryone still attended the meetings
regularly. They even prospered to
the point of having a finalist in the
Athlete of the Year. Michele Mer-
wine was a finalist for Female
Christian Athlete of the Year. The
state banquet was in Fairfield Bay.
Mrs. Hines, Jeri Childress, Angela
McAtee, Michele, and her parents
went for the big night. Another lo-
cal girl won and Michele was
pleased that it was a Christian girl.
The meetings of F.C.A. were very
productive. They normally consist-
ed of a devotion given by Michele
or someone who happened to volun-
teer. Then they would play some
sort of sport. Maybe in future
huddles they can grow and partici-
pate in more things.
F.C.A. had only three officers:
President, Michele Merwineg Vice-
president, Jared Wareg Secretary,
Lori Willis. The sponsor was Mrs.
Pat Hines. The F.C.A. would also
give a special thanks to a wonderful
sponsor for a fun year.
Fopy by Michele Merwine
Top Right: Vice-president, Jared
Ware shows his awesome serve.
Above: Secretary, Lori Willis smiles
while showing Sr. leadership and a
Christian attitude. Above right:
Through the years F.C.A. has
been a big influence on my life. It
has given me a place to express my-
self and gain good Christian
friends. I feel that I have grown as
a person and a Christian. I hope
that as I continue my life that I can
Sherry Speer proves that she is a
talented tennis player. Bottom:
Jana Ford and Kelley Bailey dis-
play a true F.C.A. attitude.
give back to the organization what
it has given to me. Also being presi-
dent has given me an outlet to get
practice for speaking in front of
people. It will also make my future
vocation much easier.
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Speech and drama club was an
active organization at Fountain
Lake. There were eighteen mem-
bers. To become a member one
must have enrolled in speech and
drama class. The main goal of the
club was to help members gain
self-confidence. First semester
students learned about preparing
and presenting speeches. During
the second semester they studied
the background of drama and how
to perform in front of a live audi-
ence. They also learned different
ways to overcome stage fright.
Mrs. Warrington tried to teach the
members that "you must get be-
yond being afraid to act before you
can act." In January Davonne Mor-
gan, Becky Breshears, and Sherry
Speer competed in the state
speech tournament. This was the
first time in years that anyone from
Fountain Lake attended. Sherry
and DaVonne performed an im-
provisational presentation. Becky
performed a monologue. They
were in competition with some of
the best drama departments in the
state. Mrs. Warrington was very
proud of them and said they all
gained some valuable experience.
june 8, the drama club perform-
ed some scenes from different
plays in the library. First julie Tillery
and Sherry Speer did Importance
of being Earnest. Then Chanda
Welch, Dustin Ralston, Bill Bryant
and Marchelle Milholen perform-
ed a scene from The Frustrated
Corpse. Danny Vaughn and Bill
Bryant then did an impersonation
of the McKinzy brothers. DaV-
onne Morgan performed the
monologue she did at the state
speech tournament. The next
scene was from the movie Grease.
Chanda Welch played the part of
Sandyp Sherry Speer was Martyg ju-
lie Tillery was Ruzzo and Michelle
Thompson was lan. Sherry then
did her impersonation of Whoopi
Goldberg. All agreed that it was
one of the funniest impersonations
they had ever seen. The last of
their performances was the choric
reading. The members read from
two diffeent pieces, Hector the
Collector and Waiting for the
The members all agreed that the
hardest part of the performances
was having to change costumes so
many times and being nervous.
Uopy and design by -lulie Tillery
Chanda looks surprised when Mar-
chelle finds pearls behind Dustin's
Rehearsals can be a blast' Mar their scene.
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root beer during an impersonation
of the McKinzy Brothers.
Marchelle, Julie, Sherry and Mi-
chelle try to talk Chanda into smok-
ing but she doesn't seem to think it
is such a good idea.
Angy Richardson, DaVonne Mor-
gan, Becky Breshears, Jennifer
Ralston, Dempsey Rhodes, Mar-
chelle Milholen, Kelli Qualls,
Chanda Welch, Sherry Speer,
Theresa Mann, Mrs. Warrington,
Regina Truett, Heather Hansen,
Matt Dickson, Dustin Ralston and
Mrs. Warrington shows Dustin his
lines one more time.
Drama Club QQ
Choir Goe To State
The choral groups at
Fountain Lake had a very
successful year. Four groups
competed at both individ-
ual and ensemble levels.
The year started with All-
Senior high students who
qualified were: Dempsey
Rhodes, Travis Brown, and
Matthew Dickson. These
students also participated
in clinics under the direc-
tion of some of Arkansas'
finest college directors.
After All-Region it was
Senior Choral Group sings carols to the audi-
ence at the annual Christmas concert. They are
Travis Brown, Darren Dauber, Dempsey
Rhodes, Traci Turner, Jewell Miller, Dawn
Ragsdale, Tammye Michau, Cyndy Wolfe, Kyle
Robertson, Steven Long, and Matt Dickson.
Not pictured: Tamra Speers, Chanda Welch,
Sheila Rigsby, Crystal Taber, Jennifer Shaw,
and Stephennl-loman. l
The evening before the state festi-
val some of the choir members ate
at the Bamboo Garden. Mrs.
Thompson seems happy with her
time for Winter Concert.
On the heels of the new year
came All-State Try-outs at
the senior level. Travis and
Matthew attended. Matt
became the second FL stu-
dent to make Arkansas All-
State Choir. He also attend-
ed the All-State Music Fes-
tival in Pine Bluff. He
worked with Rodney Ei-
chenburger, director of mu-
sic at the University of
March was Regional Fes-
tival month for all the
groups. Senior Ensemble
qualified for the State Cho-
ral Festival held at UCA.
They were the second group
to attend from FL. For the
first time a male ensemble
also represented FL. They
missed State by one point.
In May the senior ensem-
ble presented a program for
the Hot Springs Village
Womens, Club that includ-
ed an a cappella number
and a gospel-patriotic med-
ley. They opened the meet-
ing before Secretary of
State Bill McCuen made his
The choral year ended
with several performances -
Pops '88, baccalaureate,
and graduation. Thanks to
all the students involved
who made it a terrific year
for choral music.
Copy by Mary Thompson. Design by Angy
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The Fountain Lake Band had
many changes this year. lt started
off by getting a fresh new band di-
rector which came straight from
college. He took the place of Mr.
Flecher, and made many changes to
the band. Mr. Sullivan created
some exciting halftime shows that
the band has never done before. He
started improving the band while
Mrs. Sullivan helped the flags. It all
ended abruptly when Mr. Sullivan
failed to meet certification require-
ments. Finding a replacement was
a must. The school board and Mr.
Beckman found an excellent re-
placement in Mary Harrison, a re-
cent graduate of Henderson State
After a warm welcome by the
band students, Ms. Harrison took
charge and focused her attention on
the Spring Concert in May. 'tl was
amazed at the interest of the band
students in spite of all the changes,',
said the new director. "The stu-
dents seem to desire a challenge and
are willing to work overtime to de-
velop their abilitiesfl
All of the students were very ac-
tive this year. Members of the Ad-
vanced Band performed at football
games, basketball games, and local
parades. On May 24, all of the
bands gave a Spring Concert for the
community. Many individuals re-
ceived recognition this year. Donnie
Arendt was drum major, and Kristi
Owen was majorette. Junior High
All-Region tryouts were held in De-
cember and two members of the
band received honors: Robbie Goo-
deaux, tuba, made 2nd band and
Dale Shelton, baritone, made Ist al-
ternate. Matt Dickson, alto saxo-
phone, made lst band and Kim
Bates, baritone, and Steen
McNeely, tuba, made 2nd band at
Senior High All-Region tryouts
held in January. Solo and Ensemble
Contest was held in March. Stu-
dents in grades 5-12 participated
and brought home 44 medals. At
the Spring Concert Matt Dickson
received certificates for Whois Who
in M usic, All-American Hall of
Fame Band, and Outstanding Se-
nior Musican, along with a S500
cash award from the Fountain Lake
Band Boosters. Mike Funtenatto
received certificates for All Ameri-
can Hall 0fFame Band and Senior
Band Award, along with a S200 cash
award from the Fountain Lake
Copy and design by Joe Partain
96 Senior High
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The 5th grade band members, from
left to right are: Shannon Downen,
Mike McNeely, Jason Machen,
Jolie Driver, Myra Crumpton, Am-
ber White, Tammy Skinner, Ana
drea Long, Alicia Wilson, Angie
Bright, Michelle Dickson, Sonja
Cummings, Philip Krzak, Courtney
Campbell, Chris Rigsby, Fletcher
Larkin, Cory Lambert, Jayson
Neighbors, Joe Yates, Jon True-
The 6th grade band members, from
left to right, are: James Brown,
Bradley Bond, Billy Betchel, Per-
nell Mitchell, Kelly Garner, Jeremy
Vaughn, Eric Balsters, Robby
Reed, Ritchie Manlor, Brook
McDaniels, Rusty Wilson, Jamie
McAtee, Angela Kitchens, Toni
Koehler, Misty Neighbors, Gwynn
Dilatush, Kim Wyatt, Allison
Graves, Jenny Tabor, Krissy Par-
tain, Emily Beckwith, Melissa
Howard, Cindy Furr, Rusty Fason,
Suzy Hope, Terra Campbell, Jer-
emy Miller, David Van Dusen,
James Dean, Brian Mahan, Dawn
Hesws, David Davis, Britt Hughes,
David Akers, Sylvarius Smith,
Cheryll Milks, Cindy Foster, Lean-
The senior high band members,
from left to right, are: Mike Funten-
natto, Joe Hunt, Tonja Skinner,
Sean Culpepper, Chris Kolasch,
Fred Green, Mark Johnson, Steven
McNeely, Luke Dickson, Todd
James, Wesley Yates, Todd
Vaughn, Dale Shelton, Steven
Long, Robbie Goodeaux, Lona
Cockman, Jeff Plyler, Kent Mahan,
Becky Breshears, Diana Robinson,
Melissa Henderson, Tommy Tho-
mas, Donnie Arendt, Kristi Owen,
Kerri Koehler, Kim Bates, Cara
Wolf, Jenny Cox, Lori Mann.
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prepare to preform a halftime show prepare a show.
at a football game.
Que Pasa en el Club de Espanol?
CWhat's happening in the Spanish Club'?J
The Spanish Club was a
club consisting of Spanish
one and two students who
wanted to do and learn a lit-
tle bit more about the Span-
ish origin than what was
taught in class. This club's
purpose was to motivate
Spanish students by allow-
ing them to learn what
Spanish life was really like.
The Spanish Club was
very active in our communi-
ty as well as our school. They
visited the Hot Springs Con-
valescent Home at Christ-
mas to entertain the older
people by singing Christmas
carols in Spanish. They also
tried to strengthen their
learning ability by teaching
second graders the basics of
the Spanish language.
The induction to the
Spanish Club was the hard-
est of all, but it was definite-
ly rewarding. The newcom-
ers had to dress in Spanish
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themselves while singing Christmas
clothes and dance to "La
Bamba", while singing it in
Spanish. During the sum-
mer Spanish two students,
Mrs. Turner, and other
teachers took a trip to
Copy and design by Bevlgy Sears
Spanish Club members are: first
row - A. Boyette, W. Williams and
S. Breashers. Second row - C.
Wolfe, M. Fason, N. James, H.
Hansen, L. Patterick, T. Vaughn,
D. Loy and B. Sears. Third row - C.
Tabor, S. Wyatt, T. Mann, T. New-
ell, S. Rigsby, J. Freeman, D. Ful-
ton, H. Driver, M. Haynes, and B.
Martinez. Fourth row - Mrs.
Turner, B. Breshears, J. Miller, D.
Ragsdale, A. Richardson, L. Cul-
pepper, P. Taylor, S. Shell, and J.
Ware. Fifth row - W. Tillery, C.
Book, M. Merwine, D. Vaughn, M.
Vaughn, V. Garner, C. Speers, D.
Ralston, M. Brown and J. Partain.
Sixth row - T. Brown, S. Sisney, S.
Watson, J. Knowlen, C. Welch, M.
Hutchins, M. Dickson, and G.
98 Senior High
Becky Sears tries to explain to Joe
Partain that a pinata is supposed to
feel that way.
Shelley Watson and Tammy
Vaughn show off their friendship
while Darlene Horman, Chad
Speers and Marty Haynes enjoy
their trip to go sing carols.
Vaughn Garner, Chad Speers, Mike
Brown and Greg Wendland show
second graders how to color in
Nicole James, Toni Newell, Melody teach second graders about Span'
Fason and Lisa Culpepper try to ish.
Spanish Club Officers were: L to R
- Monica Vaughn, Spanish one re-
porterg Will Williams, Presidentg
Judy Freeman, reporter. Second
row - Scott Breshears, Vice Presi-
dentg Tammy Vaughn, reporterg
Aaron Boyette, treasurer. Third
row Nicole James and Melody Fa-
son, activity directors.
Spanish Club 99
Fo tering Creativity
Art Club captures student interest
Started two years ago, the
Art Club's primary aim was
to foster an increased inter-
est in art. It took a more per-
sonal approach to art than
could be achieved in the reg-
ular classroom setting.
Meeting IV2 hours after
school every two weeks, Art
Club students had the op-
portunity to complete pro-
jects begun in class.
To be a member of Art
Club one had to have taken
art in the past or demon-
strated intense interest in
art or shown exceptional
skill in some art medium.
According to Heidi Means,
the club's sponsor, "the
problem with club enroll-
ment is that too many stu-
dents want to get into the
club and currently there is
Art Club members: front to back -
Sean Edds, Mrs. Means tsponsorl,
Brant Williams, Frankie Sears,
Kim Chavarria, Kathy Kiernan,
Michele Switzer, Amy Hutchins,
Jana Ford, Ashley Williams, Tam-
my Buxton, Tami Araiza, Jeff
Crumpton, Sky Book, Danny Clark,
Steve Marlar, Chris Coleman, Jeff
Warner, Missy Haley, , Kim
Sisney, Angela McAtee, LeAnn
Coleman, Mandy Fason, and Pam
no adequate way to cut off
membership in a fair way.
After all, it is difficult to
grade art. Art is such a per-
sonal, visual comment about
Probably the two most
popular mediums pursued
was clay projects and draw-
ing. As there were only two
pottery wheels in class, be-
ing in Art Club gave more
students a chance to work
with thrown clay objects.
Drawing, also very popular
among club members, re-
quired an understanding of
and ability to use propor-
tions, shading, perspective,
and overall visual composi-
tion. According to Mrs.
Means, some students like
Brant Williams, Ashley Wil-
liams, and Tami Araiza have
developed a very personal
style. "They have worked
very hard to project a little
of themselves in their work."
Art Club members
worked on a large club proj-
ect this year - a batik wall
hanging. Batik is a method
of dyeing designs on cloth by
coating the cloth with re-
movable wax the parts not to
be dyed. The hanging was a
representation of the vari-
ous elements of student life
- lockers, desks, books, etc.
It was hoped that the wall
hanging could be displayed
somewhere in school where
all could enjoy it. It was the
combined effort of most of
the Art Club members.
100 Senior High
Dannielle Capps receives a Life
Preserver information card from
member Lisa Culpepper.
Life preserver members: Kim Rigs-
by, Scott Breshears, Traci Turner,
Travis Brown, Stacy Himes, Angy
Richardson, Crystal Taber, Mi-
Life Preserver, Stacy Himes, and
Lori Culpepper get their books for
the next class.
chele Merwine, Angela McAtee,
Mrs. Gladden, Tami Araiza, Lisa
Culpepper, Jewell Miller, Missy
Ragsdale, Mrs. Turner, DeAnn
Harrington, John Westerman. Angy Richardson and Travis
Brown enjoy a bus ride to a Life
Preservers workshop in Malvern.
102 Senior High
as ' zz? STEEN
, 5 1' " ,,
A special group that
served our school was the
Fire Marshalls. This select
group of four worked in con-
junction with the Fountain
Lake Fire Department.
There were two juniors and
two seniors. Their duties re-
quired them to check fire ex-
tinguishers, watch for ha-
zards, and provide safety for
A new select group was in-
troduced to our school called
Joe Partain and Phillip Taylor are
always ready to help in case of fire.
Life Preservers. This organi-
zation was designed to pre-
vent teen suicide. Sponsored
by the Student Council, the
Life Preservers' main goal
was to serve as a bridge be-
tween students and adults
and to direct teens with
emotional problems to adult
counseling services. This re-
quired spending several
mornings before school,
nights and Saturdays in
workshops held by profes-
Fire Marshalls Mike Sisney and
Gary Beckham stop to pose for a
picture while checking the fire ex-
The high school cheerleader. Tra-
ditionally these words bring to mind
wool letter-sweaters and tennis shoes
and leading enthusiastic crowds in tra-
This year's cheerleading squad
consisted of six seniors, two juniors,
and one sophomore. All nine members
cheered for both football and basket-
ball seasons. In addition to the prac-
tices and cheering at all the home and
away games, the squad enjoyed various
outings and get-togethers throughout
the year. The excitement, the bus
rides, the aches and pains, and the
hours of work all added to the thrill of
being a "Cobra Cheerleader".
To all the fans and "Cobra,'
supporters who helped cheer the Cob-
ras on during the year, the cheerlead-
ers say, "Thanks".
Go Cobras Go!
Above: Mrs. Beckham and Mrs. Bibbs. The
cheerleaders would be totally lost without these
two dedicated women.
The cheerleaders get fired up for the football
game during the Homecoming parade.
At the right: Spirit posters were just one of the
many ways the cheerleaders backed the Cobras.
104 Senior High
The 1987-88 football and basketball senior Richardson, Seniorg Melody Fason, Junior -
cheerleaders are pictured bottom left to right: basketball captaing Judy Freeman, Senior.
Nicole James, Seniorg Shari Wyatt, Senior - foot- Top: DeAnn Harrington, Sophomoreg Kristy
ball captain, Jennifer Ralston, Seniorg Angy Burks, Juniorg Kelli Qualls, Senior.
The cheerleaders shine during pep asemblies
by building pyramids and keeping the crowd
X v ,
Above: DeAnn Harrington and Nicole James
show the cameraman just how skilled they are
by doing a double stunt.
Posing for a magazine? Kristy Burks and Mel-
ody Fason have fun at Pleasure Park during
a cheerleading party.
Right: The seniors of the squad take a break
from cheering to smile and impress the cam-
Shari Wyatt and Angy Richardson spend their
practice time by doing what they do best: smiling
for the camera.
Kristy Burks knows how to relax her cheerlead-
ing muscles after a hard practice. Something in
the water sure has captured her attention, but
Which is which? Kelli Qualls and Judy Freeman
show their friendship by dressing up for twin day
during spirit week.
The cherleaders attended camp at Henderson
State University. They worked long hard days
and were rewarded with many ribbons for
their skills and spirit.
At the beginning of this
year some people weren't
very optimistic about our
small drill team.
Only eight girls made the
squad. But through hard
work and very long hours
they surpassed expecta-
They prepared for the
long days ahead by condi-
tioning practices the week
before camp. Finally it was
the 29th: the first dayof
camp. It was held at the Ar-
lington Hotel. They werenit
quite sure what to expect.
The days started at 7:30 and
ended about 9:30 or 10:00
each night. Our girls worked
hard and did well. They
came home with a sweep-
stakes trophy and the spirit
bear. It was given to the drill
team that showed the best
attitude, and of course, the
most spirit all through the
week. Julie Tillery was cho-
sen for a camp star trophy.
Only ten girls were honored
The 1987-88 charmers seem to put
a lot into "the snakef'
Brandi Guy and Angie Gunnoe
show off their abilities in the
106 Senior High
with this award.
The rest of the summer
consisted of three-days-a-
week practices. Then before
they knew it, it was time for
football season to start. At
football homecoming they
showed off their new pom
pons as well as their cobra
spirit in the parade.
Basketball season went
just as well for the 1987 -88
charmers. The crowd loved
the routine at homecoming.
The routine was done with
pen lights the lights off.
Again this was a time to
show off something new:
new basketball uniforms.
All the girls agreed that
none of this could have hap-
pened without a great spon-
sor: Mary Thompson. The
year ended well and with
even higher hopes for the
top left to right: Lori Willis, Angie Newell, Regina Truettg Sarg.,
Gunnoe, Julie Tilleryg Captain, Mandy Sweeten.
Brandi Guy. bottom: Ltn. Toni
Toni Newell, Brandi Guy, Lori Wil- being in the parade as much as we
lis, and Angie Gunnoe seem to enjoy did watching them.
Those kicks look pretty good, but
let's work on those smiles!
Regina Truett and Julie Tillery
look confident about their routine.
A. Gunnoe, B. Guy, R. Truett, and
L. Willis always enjoy pep assem-
Cobra charmers love performing at
. M. ..,. E., gg,
If you love the cobras raise your
Lori and Toni are cheering on the
cobras while Julie and Brandi have
other things on their mind.
The 1987 Senior Cobra
Football team had a record
breaking season. This was
the first year that the Cob-
ras had ever Won the first
round of the state playoffs.
Although they were not the
largest team in the confer-
ence, the Cobra football
team surpassed all expecta-
tions of team effort and ded-
Through vigorous work-
outs and practices, the Sr.
Cobras prepared for a very
successful season. Along
with playoff success, the
Cobras were District 5A
South Conference Cham-
pions. The team had several
players to win All-District
honors. Those players were:
Danny Beyer, Darren Daub-
er, John Westerman, Kyle
All-state running back, Danny
Beyer, shows his awesome running
Robertson, Greg Furr, Scott
Lampinen, and Will Wil-
liams. Danny Beyer was also
the outstanding back in the
conference, and an All-State
Coach Clay summed up
the season saying, "It was a
great season in which the
players exhibited lots of
dedication, desire, and hard
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Junior, James Barker, kicks anoth- Dannie Loy IS eager to get in on the
er Cobra field goal as Kyle Robert- action of another exciting Cobra
son holds the football. game.
108 Senior High
1 HOW YOU DID!
Cobra scores first
Mountain Pine 23-06
Glen Rose 21-20
Magnet Cove 28-07
Cobra players celebrate a victory Jerry Turner and Kyle Robertson
against their biggest rival, Moun- prepare to Hkilll' the quarterback.
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Fourth row - L to R - Coach Clay,
Coach Davis, Coach Utley. Third
row - J. Turner, M. Haynes, D. Nib-
lett, M. Funtenatto, D. Tillery, W.
Williams, D. Dauber, D. Beyer, J.
Kaatz, K. Robertson, D. Ralston
Second row - K. Bailey, K. Rigsby,
C. Rynders, S. Lampinen, B. Marti-
nez, D. Loy, T. Maxey, P. Taylor
J. Westerman, M. Lampinen, J
Barker. First row - M. Merwine, B.
Sims, J. Milroy, C. Morrow, W.
Yates, L. Patrick, G. Furr, J. Cow-
an, J. Duncan, T. Truett.
"Something Special "
For most students, Octo-
ber 2 was just another Fri-
day. But for a few it was
"Something Special", it was
homecoming. Some people
came to class for a while.
While others stayed home in
bed wondering if they would
trip that night walking
across the field. No matter
what they did it definitely
was not "just another Fri-
dayi' to them.
The Homecoming Queen
and her Court were as beau-
tiful as ever. Jennifer Rals-
ton, Queen, was escorted by
Darren Dauber, the Captain
and center of the Cobra foot-
ball team. Representing the
Senior class was Michele
Merwine, with her escort
Jerry Turner, a captain and
tackle, and Karen Herrick
and her escort Jim Kaatz,
linebacker. Heather Hansen
and Julie Tillery were the
Junior Maids. Their escorts
Julie and John enjoy getting dres-
sed up together.
Chanda and Stacy seem very proud
to be representing the Sophomore
Give up Heather, Dan's NOT
Jerry, Michele, Jim, and Karen are
all smiles for the camera. Aren't
were Danny Beyer, captain
and tailback, and John
Westerman, fullback. Proud
to represent the Sophomore
class were maids Chanda
Welch and Stacy Himes. Mi-
chael Funtenatto, wide re-
ceiver and Scott Lampinen,
wide receiver were the
At 7:30 the Cobras kicked
off to the Bismarck Lions.
Not long after that, the final
buzzer went off. The score
was 20-0. WE WON! After
everyone had showered and
changed clothes, they made
their way to the cafeteria
where the dance was under
way. The last song was
played at 12:00. It was all
over. But it was truly
1987 Football Homecoming Queen:
Layout and design by Jennifer Ralston
Stacy, Karen, and Michele seem worried their escorts won't show up.
Jennifer, Karen, and Michele collect their thoughts at practice.
X Julie and Heather seem more in-
XQXK N' terested in the crowd than the
hi ' camera.
X s Scott, you canlt take Stacy home.
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Jennifer and Darren sure en- Homecoming Royalty: Scott Lam- en Herrick, Jennifer Ralston, Danny Beyer, Chanda Welch, Mi-
joyed Homecoming: pictures, pinen, Stacy Himes, John Wester- Darren Dauber, Michele Merwine, chael Funtenatto.
practice, and ceremonies man, Julie Tillery, Jim Kaatz, Kar- Jerry Turner, Heather Hansen,
Football Homecoming H1
Cobras Tr To Get
the Job Done
This year the senior boys
basketball team was moti-
vated toward the goal "Get
the job done" for their
coach. Striving toward that
goal, the Cobras, coached by
Sammie Lambert, encoun-
tered one of the toughest
schedules they had ever
faced. They started the year
with a 91-73 win over a tre-
mendous shooting Paron
team. The Cobras then
faced one of the best teams
in the area, Lakeside. It
came down to the wire but
the Cobras fell short.
It was a very interesting
season for the Cobras. They
played teams such as Oua-
chita and Guy Perkins who
were two of the top teams in
the state. Against Ouachita
it was a squeaker but they
again fell short. In the Guy
Perkins match-up they
seemed to be intimidated at
first, then they got together
and had a good game.
The Cobras were involved
in several tournaments this
year. The biggest tourna-
ment they participated in
was the Arkansas Tech Uni-
versity high school tourna-
ment. They advanced two
rounds. The Garland Coun-
ty tournament was an excit-
ing one for the Cobras. They
beat Ouachita which had al-
ready beaten them twice.
Then they advanced to the
finals to play arch rival Jes-
The Cobras wound up
fourth in conference with
big wins over Magnet Cove
and Glen Rose and a super
victory over Bauxite on
The Cobra players ex-
pressed some disappoint-
ment, but overall were glad
they had done so well. They
also said that they will be up
there with the top teams
again next year. This season
was one of many changes
and to pull out a 16-12 re-
cord was something to be
very proud of.
Copy and design bv Chip Pike
112 Senior High
CHIP PIKE "being chased by a
Lion" races for a lay-up.
WILL WILLAIMS jockeys for pos-
tion as CHRIS HULSEY sinks two
of his points.
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51 Fourcllei C' i eff1i'?Etes49
37 C Ouachita C
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51 l l M
HOYT ALLEN shoots a crucial
free-throw in the homecoming
game against Bauxite.
Managers Kent Mahan and Jared
Ware, and players Scott Lampinen,
Dustin Ralston, Clyde Rynders,
Sean Edds, Chip Pike, Chris Hul-
sey, Greg Wendland, Hoyt Allen,
Will Williams, Luke Dixon, Vaughn
Garner, Chad Speers, Scott Bre-
shears, John Norman, Michael
Piatt, Coach Sammie Lambert,
trainer Kim Rigsby, statisticians
Michele Merwine and Angy Rich-
Moving Till the End VICKI BLAKE
"Words that came to Co-
bra supporters' minds when
thinking of the 1987-1988
Lady Cobras were: short,
lack of speed, and determi-
nation. Being one of the
shortest teams in the district
was a downfall but having a
good shooting team helped.
As the years passed every
year has been more and
more exciting. This year was
the most exciting due to a lot
of enthusiasm. All the girls
worked as a team and that is
an important part while
playing a game because
there is no "I" in TEAM. It
was always a Very sad time
at the end of the basketball
season. Being seniors, it is
especially a very trying time.
Thru these eight years of
playing together, we all
agreed we had never had a
coach that has given us as
much support as Coach
Warrington. We wish the
best of luck to the Lady Cob-
ras in the years to come."
Though the year was over
the Lady Cobras were in the
gym doing their favorite
drills and working hard to-
ward the 1988-1989 5A-
South District Champion-
ship and doing their very
best to show their "Purple
Jump Angela GUY!!!
if nw? .fn Y J Lady Cobras show their block-out
ability in the homecoming game.
We try harder, yell the ladies.
H4 Senior High
Tamra goes up strong against a
Magnet Cove defense.
Monica and Shelley are late again
after primping in the lockeroom.
57 Paron 32
65 Lakeside 77
1 " 60 Mt. Pine 51
4 53 Quachita 65
v, 66 Harmony Grove 43
40 Jessieville 64
X 51 Magnet Cove 39
54 Bauxite 44
81 Wonderview 73
P 38 Jessieville 66
59 Harmony Grove 42
46 Bauxite 49
42 Jessieville 66
36 Quachita 50
. 50 Mt. Pine 47
49 Magnet Cove 52
w A V 4 44 Jessieville 58
u 4 36 C.M.S. 67
.. 27 Glen Rose 33
38 C.M.S. 58
49 Glen Rose 37
54 C.M.S. 69
Tamra celebrates after a win on her
Liz Rynders shows 5 year starter
and year ALL DISTRICT player
Vicki Blake what to do.
Shelley Watson, Monica Vaughn, Sears, Dana Loy, Wendy Hogue,
Angela Ritter, Liz Rynders, Ta- Kim Rigsby. Manager Sherry
mara Speers, Coach Warrington, Speer. Statisticians Michelle Mer-
Vicki Blake, Jenifer Ralston, Becky wine and Angy Richardson.
Copy and design by
Senior Girls Basketball H5
A Night To Remember
Homecoming was a time for remi-
niscing with old friends and making
new memories. It was special not
only in the hearts ofthe royalty, but
also to every indidiual who had ever
attended or been associated with
Fountain Lake School.
Pre-homecoming festivities be-
gan Thursday night before home-
coming when the royalty, their par-
ents and special friends attended
the homecoming pizza party at the
Richardson's. After the pizza every-
one indulged in cheesecake and the
homecoming cake which was baked
by Sharon James. The kids played
pictionary and other crazy games.
Probably the most memorable of all
was the lifesaver pass. They divided
Special moments are best spent
Monica Vaughn, Greg Wendland,
Tamra Speers and Chad Speers
pause during pictures to watch the
Scott Lampinen. Melody chose a
hot pink dress, Also representing
the junior class was Suzanne Cav-
nor who was escorted by a junior,
Scott Breshears. Suzanne wore a
turquoise dress trimmed in hot
pink. Our senior class maids were
Nicole James and Tamra Speers.
Nichole's escorts were juniors,
Vaughn Garner and Chip Pike.
She selected a mauve gown. Dres-
sed in baby blue and white was
Tamra Speers. Her escorts were
juniors, Will Williams and Chad
Speers. As the crowd stood, our
1988 basketball homecoming
queen, Angy Richardson, ap-
peared in a white cinderella dress
accented with white sequins and
rhinestones. Angy's escorts were
juniors, Chris Hulsey, and senior,
Hoyt Allen. Angy was crowned by
Mr. Larry Beckham, was pre-
sented a bouquet of roses from her
into four lines and passed lifesavers
with toothpicks. Some lifesavers
took longer than others. Especially
when the girl in front had a crush
on the guy behind her. The party
was a great way to begin homecom-
Due to continual winter snow,
what theme could have been more
appropriate than Winterfest? The
gym was covered with red poinset-
tias and snowflakes. The evening
started at 6:00 p.m. with the home-
Our first sophomore maid was
Angela Ritter. She wore a blue
lame dress, and was escorted by a
junior, John Norman. Our second
maid was Monica Vaughn. Escor-
ted by junior, Greg Wendland,
Monica selected a creme gown with
gold sequins. The junior class was
represented by Melody Fason.
Melody was escorted by junior,
Aren't we handsome? The escorts
calmly anticipate their royalty.
father, Larry Richardson, and re-
ceived a kiss from each of her
escorts. This was a very special
night for the royalty as well as the
players and supporters because our
junior girls and senior boys went on
to crush the miners which made the
Suzanne and Melody prepare
Angy for the dance.
James, escorts: Vaughn Garner and
Sophomore maid: Angela Ritter, es- Chip Pike: queen: Angy Richard-
son, escorts: Chris Hulsey and Hoyt
cort: John Norman: junior maid:
Suzanne Cavnor, escort: Scott Allen, senior maid: Tamra Speers,
Breshearsg senior maid: Nicole escorts: Will Williams and Chad
1 if f
Speersg junior maid: Melody Fason,
escort: Scott Lampineng sophomore
maid: Monica Vaughn, escort: Greg
H6 Senior High
WL' G f an nf
Scott Breshears, Angy Richardson, Cheers! Angy Richardson and Mel-
Greg Wendland and Monica ody Fason take a coke break during
Vaughn wonder what teammate the senior boys game.
Chris Hulsey is drawing as they en-
joy the pizza party.
"Homecoming is even better when Queen, Angy Richardson, receives
you're a couple" agree Nicole James a kiss from her escort, Hoyt Allen,
and Chip Pike as Angela Ritter as Chris Hulsey awaits.
Basketball Homecoming H7
Jared Ware goes for the gusto as he
booms a serve.
Senior boys: Chip Pike, Jared
Ware, Vaughn Garner, Mark Wil-
son, Clay Hughes, Frankie Sears,
Chris Hulsey, with Coach Hines.
H8 Senior High
All the Right oves
The Fountain Lake Coh-
ras Boys' Tennis team had
an outstanding year. They
were the team champions at
the Southern Arkansas Uni-
versity lnvitational Tennis
Tournament. They ere the
5AA South District Cham-
pions. They were the Run-
ners-up at the State AA
Tennis Tournament at
Burns Park in North Little
Rock. One would have to say
that the boys' team had a
glorious year worthy of re-
For starters, Jared Ware
had a perfect singles record
for the year, going 12-0. He
won the SAU Invitational
Tournament in the eleventh
grade singles and teamed
with Clay Hayes to win
number won flight doubles.
Ware went back the follow-
ing week to capture the
twelfth grade singles title for
AAA and AAAA schools.
Jared was the 5AA South
District singles champion,
and Clay, Jared, Chip and
Vaughn all qualified for the
State AA tournament. Jared
defeated defending singles
champion Kevin Holt of
McGehee in the finals to
emerge as the State AA
Champion. The doubles
team of Vaughn and Chip
was the surprise of the tour-
nament, making it to the fi-
nals unseeded. Jared, Chip,
and Vaughn also qualified
for the state overall tourna-
A Season Full of Fun
This was a fun year for the senior
high girls' tennis team. The team
consisted of three seniors tMi-
chele Merwine, Shari Wyatt, and
Regina Truettl, two juniors tDar-
lene Herman and Suzi Hessl, and
six sophomores tShelley Watson,
Lori Mann, Missi Ragsdale,
DeAnn Harrington, Tammy Rob-
ertson, and Stacy Hirnesl.
The team competed in the S.A.U.
tournament. I-limes and Ragsdale
advanced to the semi-finals No. 3
flight of doubles. The team placed
At the District 5AA South tourna-
ment, Ragsdale advanced to
Senior Girls: Stacy Himes, Missi
Ragsdale, Darlene Horman, Shari
Wyatt, Tammy Robertson, Michele
Merwine, Regina Truett, Suzy
Hess, DeAnn Harrington, Lori
Mann, and Shelley Watson, with
Senior Tennis H9
ut of Sight
The Cobra golf team has
come a long way the past few
years. With the help of Se-
nior Cobra golf coach, Marc
Davis, the team made a
feared name for itself among
reputable golf teams around
the state. They did not win
the state championship, but
they did achieve their pri-
mary goal of Winning the
district and returning to
play in the state tourna-
ment, where they finished as
Runner-Up. Behind the
strong play of Jamie Bark-
er, Daniel Jeffress, and
Dustin Ralston, they com-
peted with all other classifi-
cations of schools and sur-
prisingly at times, defeated
some of them. With an in-
crease in size of the golf team
everyone played in at least
one match as a contributing
member. New comers Dus-
tin Vaughn, Joe Partain,
and Mike Piatt along with
Darren Dauber, and Tom-
my Truett, rounded out the
rest of the District Cham-
pions Cobra Golf team.
At the Ftn. Lake Golf
Classic, they defended their
role as champions with a
tournament record score of
150. Jamie was the Medalist
with an even par 72, and
Dan and Dustin both shot
They finished fourth
among eight teams with
higher classification than
the Cobras. Dan finished in
third place for Medalist in
the Bryant Tournament.
The Cobras won their first
district championship over
some stiff competition.
Jamie and Dan counted
and Jamie was Medalist in
the district tournament.
At the AA State Tourna-
ment at Fairfield Bay which
almost proved to be an en-
core to last year, they fin-
ished Runner-Up. Jamie
was third in the Medalist
awards and was again invit-
ed to the Over all.
Congratulations to the
players, who by acting as
first class individuals, have
led Ftn. Lake golf to this
Copy by Dustin Vaughn
Senior High Golf Team, left-right:
Vaughn, Dan Jeffress, Darren
Coach - Marc Davis, Joe Partain, Dauber, Dustin Ralston, Jamie
Mike Piatt, Tommy Truett, Dustin Barker.
120 Senior High
Dustin Ralston tees off at beautiful
Belvedere Country Club.
Setting the Pace
The senior high girls track
team did much better than
they expected. In the dis-
trict 5-A South meet many
ribbons were brought home
by the Lady Cobras. Placing
first and second in the mile
run were Dana Loy and
Chanda Welch. Jewell
Miller came in fourth in the
discus and fifth in the shot.
Wende Hogue competed in
the shot and Dawn Ragsdale
Jewell Miller place 4th in discus
and 5th in shot at the district meet.
competed in both shot and
discus. Jenny Cox had the
only four-point long skip at
the district meet. Running
the two mile in 13 minutes
15.23 seconds, Dana Loy set
a new district record. She
also came within V2 second
of the mile record. Dana and
Chanda both qualified to
participate in the state
The team also did very
well in the Lion Relays held
at Jessieville. The relay
team, consisting of Cara
Wolfe, Jenny Cox, Christina
Hilliard and Melissa Harri-
son, set the record in the two
Manager: Angela Ritter, Dana Loy,
Chanda Welch, Jewell Miller, Dick
Warrington, Dawn Ragsdale,
Wende Hogue, Cara Wolfe, manag-
mile. Cara Wolfe placed
fourth in 400 meter run and
Karen Martinez third in the
800. Karen and Kim Dodd
placed fifth and sixth in the
mile. The whole team had a
great season and is already
looking forward to next year.
Copy by Kim Rigsllv
er: Kim Rigsby, Sheila Rigsby, Mel-
issa Harrison, Karen Martinez,
Tina Noles, Tami Araiza, Christina
Hilliard and Jenny Cox
1-2-3 stretch! Sheila Rigsby and
Cara Wolfe warm up before a big
Golf and Track 121
five Juniors, sev-
en sophomores, and one
freshmen. Although it was a
very inexperienced team,
Coach Hines said, "the team
as a whole improved and
grew with each game."
"Sportsmanship and the
attitude of the players were
very positive from the begin-
ning. They worked and sup-
ported each other during the
good times and the bad."
The first of the good was the
three game victory over C. A.
C. that let the team know
that they could win. Another
was the two game victory
over Sheridan, which was
runner-up in the conference.
The players overcame
hardships when key players
were out due to illness, but
much character and fine at-
titude were displayed
throughout the year.
The team continued to
work hard throughout the
Vicki Blake was elected
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Kim bumps the ball over as Coach
Hines and Melissa watch.
Jewell attempts to spike the ball
against Malvern while Vicki waits
for the results.
Chanda returns the ball as Suzanne
and Lori watch.
Standing L. to R: Angie Gunoe,
Coach Hines, Tammy Robertson, Welch
Maria Wells, Lori Abbot, Kerri Becky Se
Koller, Sammye Coghurn, Julie Vicki Blake Loi'
Danny Beyer explains that he and
Darren Dauber were low in funds
Athletes Receive Awards 2563531221'QRL2,gZ.E.I2,f,"'me
Coach Clay was leaving
Fountain Lake for another
local school. The football
team went to the second
round of the state playoffs
- a first for Fountain Lake.
The senior tennis team per-
formed extremely well this
year in tournament play. It
was a season to remember
athletics at the 1988 Athletic
Mr. Irvin Bass, superin-
tendent, announced that a
replacement for Coach Clay
had been found. Mr. Doug
Rountree and his wife were
Coach Clay served as host
speaker as each coach
proudly awarded his or her
players their special awards.
Coach Clay gave Danny
Beyer his All-State Certifi-
cate. And Coach Warrington
and Coach Lambert pre-
sented Vicki Blake, Tamra
Speers, Hoyt Allen, and
Chris Hulsey their All-Dis-
As the coaches finished
their presentations, most re-
ceived gifts from their
players which ranged from
flowers and balloons to t-
shirts. One of the favorites
was a poster size picture of
the 1987-88 Cobra football
team which was given to
Coach Clay for his dedica-
tion over the past year.
Mr. Virgil Green, canteen
director, was presented with
the award that is given an-
nually to a special Cobra
supporter who follows the
Cobras, rain or shine, win or
lose. This award was pre-
sented by the president of
the Cobra Booster Club, Mr.
The last awards given
were to nine seniors who had
participated in a particular
sport for three consecutive
years. Those seniors were:
Danny Beyer, Darren Daub-
er, Jennifer Ralston, Tamra
Speers, Liz Rynders, Shari
Wyatt, Hoyt Allen, Regina
Truett, and Vicki Blake.
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Jared Ware receives one of many of his
tennis awards from Coach Hines.
Coach Clay proudly shows off his
picture of his players.
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P Senior High. It's also the
first year to be considered a class in-
stead of a grade, and it is also the
first year to have class officers. Al-
though they are going to be at the
bottom of the ladder, most of them
are looking forward to getting into
Senior High. The main reasons were
that they will get out of school sooner
and will have more to do.
When asked, "Who is your fa-
vorite teacher? ", there were mixed
answers. Over-all the boys said Mr.
Pennington and the girls agreed that
it was Mrs. Rice.
Just like other kids their age,
these freshman don't concentrate
only on school. When asked what
music groups they liked best, there
was a wide variety, ranging from ZZ
Top and KISS to George Strait.
Their favorite pastime was "doing
their own thing" like playing sports,
riding motorcycles, and watching
T.V. When asked what their favorite
T.V. show was, their answers were:
"Growing Pains", "Cosby Show",
"Alf", and "David Letterman".
Like most freshmen, they were
looking forward to being able to
drive by themselves. They think that
once you're in Senior High you have
more things to do especially if you
The freshmen are not upset
about being on the bottom of the lad-
der. They are just happy to have
made it to high school.
Have a coke and a smile! Freshman An ela
McAttee seems to have a coke, hut is missing
126 Senior High
Freshmen class favorites peek through to say
hello. They are: Kathy Kiernan, LeAnn Cole-
man, Kevin Noles, and Eddie Terry.
Jeri Childress adds another name to her already
thick black book.
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Kun Chavarria gets all exited as Kevin Noles
bends over to pick up his pen.
Sherry Speer shows her dedlcated sp1r1t by mon
keying around during sp1r1t week
28 Junior High
Franky Sears and Tanya Lipp seem interested
in what Kim Dodd has to say.
The freshman class officers are: Sherry Speer,
reporterg Joe Hunt, Secretaryg Kristi Owen,
Treasurerg Franky Sears, vice-presidentg and
Tami Araiza, president.
Roy James and Kevin Noles are in heaven when
their "dream girl" is around.
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thing frorn sports
to participating in
school auctions. Going to
concerts, cruising town, and spending
time with friends were also among their
favorite things todo.
Revenge was inevitable as the eighth
grade boys could not resist purchasing
their favorite junior, Jared Ware. Dres-
sed in a banana suit and a lovely pink
straw hat, Jared "Banana Man" Ware,
Eighth Grade In Action
was one of the most fashionable bache-
lors on campus.
Talent and creativity were dis-
played as the eighth grade careers class
made tye die shirts, wooden paddles, and
mug racks to sell to other students. .
The eighth gradersthink school is
okay, but they would much rather be do-
ing other things, such as skateboarding,
going to the mall, cruising town with ol-
der friends and bowling. The guys enjoy
skateboarding while the girls prefer
cruising. Also, every other Friday, Les
Humble was the disc jockey at the Derby
Dinner Theatre where a dance was held
for junior and senior high school stu-
dents. Todd Willis said, "It was a lot of
fun even if I didn't go to dance. It was
a good opportunity to meet people from
The eighth graders proved that they
were a hardworking class, but they still
knew how to have fun.
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Sean Barron, Joel Ware, Jeremy Long and
Taylor Welch could. not 'resist purchasing the
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Todd Willis rises to the top as the junior boys The eighth grade ieless favorites. ere lounging
grasp the first place trophy of the district around the office. They are: Joel Ware, Krys-
tournament. ' tin Cavnor, Jennifer Attebury, and Keith
Eighth Grade 131
Micah Morrison, Justin Miller, and Terry
Bechtel take time out to ponder on the past
semester of the 8th grade.
Jason Miller, and Stephanie Niblett, seem to
be in a contest to see who can finish the cafete-
ria food first.
132 junior High
Starting over . . . again.
Guess what I just heard'??? Michelle Funten-
atto can't keep this secret any longer.
The Seventh graders realized
that they were no longer the
"BOSSES" of school. "We can not
break in the lunch lines or take can-
dy from the younger kids," Mandy
Fason complained. But on the other
hand, football player Heath Ralston,
stated, "It has been great being able
to play football with Danny and
They were able to participate in
more activities which included:
cheerleading, football, basketball,
tennis, and for the first time repre-
sent Fountain Lake in the Math
Counts competition. Seventh grad-
ers got the opportunity to join Junior
High Beta Club during the second
semester. They really enjoyed sci-
ence class but could have done with
out math class. Nicole Rice and
Tammye Ford both agreed that Mrs.
Thompson and Coach Warrinton
were the class's favorite teachers.
This class does deserve credit
for their response to "Where's your
homework?" Some reasons were:
"I ate it for breakfastv, "It was on
my desk by the open window and it
flew out", "I put it on
my hamburger at
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Jeremy Wendland, Erin Larkin, Penny Kol-
ler, and Nicole Rice are thrilled about another
L day in Mr. Schradefs geography class.
Seventh grade class favorites enjoy taking a A e Q,
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Junior High and Elementary Awards
There were numerous ju-
nior high and elementary
awards this year. We are sor-
ry that we were unable to use
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Science fair winners are: Jamie
McAltee, Terra Campbell, Cindy
Furr, Kristy Walker, Willie Morris,
David Akers, Sylvarius Smith,
Lee Warrington is the winner of the
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Math Counts contest. Roundtable Poets of Hot Springs,
136 Junior High
Tami Araiza is the winner of the Jennifer Kendrick is a winner of Weather.
Good Citizen Award, Ronald McDonald,s Color the
...S Sean Barron, Brian Alford, Chuck Howell are participating in the
Evans, Jeremy Long and Laura AEIGIS program this summer.
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The eight junior high
cheerleaders could often be
seen hanging spirit posters,
spending endless hours at
practice, and working in the
canteen at lunch. S300 was
earned by selling cookbooks
and barbeque sauce. This
money was used to help fi-
nance camp. These girls rep-
resented Fountain Lake
very well at the cheerleading
camp held at Henderson last
summer. They brought
home numerous ribbons and
made friends from all over
the state. Their accomplish-
ments included: superior
ribbons in sidelines, evalua-
tion, pom pon routine,
cheering, and partner
stuntsg and ribbons for
11052 and sparkle and shine.
They were also the recipi-
ents of the spirit stick.
The cheerleaders were led
by captains Angela McAtee
and LeAnn Coleman. Co-
captains were Kristyn Cav-
nor and April Jennings. The
girls retained their old uni-
forms, but they acquired
many new faces. Four of the
girls were new to cheerlead-
ing, but after working with
the former cheerleaders,
they were outstanding.
The junior cheerleaders motivate
the fans as they entertain at half-
Jennifer Attebury wears two
watches so that she will make it to
the game on time.
140 junior High
Freshmen,Jeri Childress,jumps for other victory against Jessieville.
joy as the junior boys complete an-
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The cheerleaders pause to take a
breath as they begin another cheer.
1987 junior cheerleaders: Jennifer tain, 95 April Jennings, basketball
Attebury, 8g Kristyn Cavnor, foot- co-captain, 85 Angela McAtee,
ball co-captain, 8g Jeri Childress, 93 football captain, 99 Tina Noles, 7g
LeAnn Coleman, basketball cap- and Michelle Funtenatto, 7.
In The Right Direction
As another year has come
and gone, Jr. Beta Club has
made it through. This year
we had a very dedicated and
spirited club. We had 21
members, 11 of whom were
new members. The whole
club participated and each
member played a very im-
At the beginning of the
year we elected officers to
guide us through the year.
They were: Kristi Owen,
presidentg Tami Ariza, vice
president, Pam McWil-
liams, secretary, Melissa
Bates, treasurer, and
Franky Sears, reporter.
Kristi did a fantastic job as
president. She was very sup-
portive of the club and its
members. She also treated
every one with respect.
As a club we did a lot of
work. We decorated both of
the Jr. High dances. The
time before the dances was
very hectic for the club,
since members started deco-
rating a week before. During
this time all of the members
missed classes and stayed
after school, giving up their
time, so that the dances
would be the best possible.
Even with all of our work,
like most teens, we antici-
pated having some fun too.
So we planned a bowling
competition, after which we
gave a trophy to the best girl
and boy bowlers, Nicole Rice
and Franky Sears.
This was one of the great-
est years and Beta Club
members looked forward to
an equally rewarding future.
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Jr. Beta Club members are first
row, L to R: P. McWilliams, Secre-
taryg K. Owen, presidentgM. Bates,
treasurerg and F. Sears, reporter.-
Second row: Mr. Killingsworth, A.
Pierce, A. Williams, T. James, N.
Rice, S. Garret, and S. McAtee.
Third row: M. Haley, P. Koller, M.
Fason, J. Allen, S. Barron and K.
Kim Sisney, Tami Ariaza, and smile to a happy customer at the
Franky Sears sell a coke with a Beta Club sponsored Hearts Dance.
Nicole Rice, a Beta Club member a snap shot as Brian Alford looks
and seventh grade maid, poses for on.
Jr. Beta Club 139
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The eight junior high
cheerleaders could often be
seen hanging spirit posters,
spending endless hours at
practice, and working in the
canteen at lunch. S300 was
earned by selling cookbooks
and barbeque sauce. This
money was used to help fi-
nance camp. These girls rep-
resented Fountain Lake
very well at the cheerleading
camp held at Henderson last
summer. They brought
home numerous ribbons and
made friends from all over
the state. Their accomplish-
ments included: superior
ribbons in sidelines, evalua-
The junior cheerleaders motivate
the fans as they entertain at half-
Jennifer Attebury wears two
watches so that she will make it to
the game on time.
140 junior High
tion, porn pon routine,
cheering, and partner
stunts, and ribbons for
11095 and sparkle and shine.
They were also the recipi-
ents of the spirit stick.
The cheerleaders were led
by captains Angela McAtee
and LeAnn Coleman. Co-
captains were Kristyn Cav-
nor and April Jennings. The
girls retained their old uni-
forms, but they acquired
many new faces. Four of the
girls were new to cheerlead-
ing, but after working with
the former cheerleaders,
they were outstanding.
Freshmen, Jeri Childress,jumps for other victory against Jessieville.
joy as the junior boys complete an-
The cheerleaders pause to take a
breath as they begin another cheer.
1987 junior cheerleaders: Jennifer tain, 95 April Jennings, basketball
Attebury, 8, Kristyn Cavnor, foot- co-captain, 85 Angela McAtee,
ball co-captain, 8g Jeri Childress, 95 football captain, 9, Tina Noles, 7,
LeAnn Coleman, basketball cap- and Michelle Funtenatto, 7.
The Junior Cobras started the
season on shaky terms. They did not
think that they would accomplish
much this year. As the season pro-
gressed, this pessimism changed.
The boys got their act together.
Through good leadership, proper at-
titude, and confidence in team and
self, the Junior Cobras finished the
season as co-champions in confer-
ence play. "We had a group of great
kids with good attitudes. They
played their best and got co-cham-
pions for their efforts." - Coach Da-
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Back row, L to R - Coach Clay, M. Merwine
K. Rigsby, K. Bailey, S. Barron, T. Willis, S
Balsters, C. Vann, J. Ware, F. Sears, R. James
A. Hecke, D. Henderson, D. Shelton, S. Mor-
gan, D. Brawdy, Coach Utley, Coach Davis
Middle row - J. Frost, B. Kisida, J. Miller, S
Marlar, D. Jeffers, E. Terry, B. Nobles, B
Graves, T. Bechtel, R. Helms. First row V J
Rigsby, J. Frost, J. Long, J. Miller, D. Yates
L. Warrington, J. Minton, K. Noles, T. Castle-
berry, L. Patterson.
Jr. High Football M,
Todd Willis catches the ball as the
Cobras move for another touch-
Justin Miller drives his way
through the defense for a Cobra
The Jr. boys from left to right are:
lmanagersl Kent Mahan and Kim
Rigshy, lstatisticiansl Michele
Merwine and Angy Richardson,
tplayersl Kevin Noles, Todd Willis,
Trey Castleberry, Brian Nunes,
Chris Grissom, Kelly Clem, Joel
Roy James manages to get a shot un-
der heavy pressure from J-ville.
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The junior boys and girls
basketball teams were two
hard-Working teams this
year. Roy James and Catina
Norman sum up the years
achievements in the follow-
"This year the Jr. Cobras
finished great. We became
the district champs, and
were runners-up in the Gar-
land County Invitational
Our first game against
Paron was difficult, but We
managed to Win. In the Gar-
land County Tournament
we played Lake Hamilton.
Unfortunately, we lost the
final, and finished runners-
up. The first game of the
Fountain Lake Tournament
was against Magnet Cove.
We didn't play Well the first
half, but we pulled it togeth-
er in the second half and won
22-20. Next we played Glen
Rose. It was a close game, we
Won by one point. Next was
the big one, the final against
Jessieville. We were all ner-
vous, but we stayed on top
the Whole game, and won 33-
30. I don't think I'll ever for-
get that night We became
district champs. The whole
142 Junior High
team would like to thank our
coach, Sammy Lambert,
who stayed behind us all the
way. We dedicate our win to
coach. Thanks coachf,
By Roy James
"This year the Fountain
Lake Jr. Girls had their
share of ups and downs. We
had plenty of exciting
games, but the most stress-
ful was against Jessieville.
We struggled the whole
game and could never get it
together. Somehow we man-
aged to have fun the whole
game, and came out smiling
no matter what the results
We always had good sup-
port from our fans and
coach. Coach Warrington al-
ways showed us how to im-
prove our game, and gave us
the little extra push we
I definitely appreciated
all the hard work we put in
as a team, and the hustle we
all showed at the games. I
thank all the players for
that, and I wish next years'
Jr. Cobras good luck."
By Catina Norman
Junior Girls Team: Kim Rigsby and
Sherry Speer fmanagersjg Michele
Merwine and Angy Richardson
fstatisticiansjg Catina Norman,
Kristi Owen, Wendy Bettis, Carrie
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Watson, Kim Chavarria, Kim Hill,
Angela Ledbetter, Valerie Hulsey,
Tracy Boyette, Michelle Switzer,
Kathy Kiernan, Missi Turner, Kim
Dodd, and Coach Warrington.
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Valerie Hulsey squeezes off a shot
while Angela Ledbetter and Missy
Turner waits for the rebound.
Keith Rice takes the last loop off the
net for the Jr. championship as the
Cobras celebrate their win over Jes
Mandy Sweeten, Natasha Webb, and
Angela McAttee fell out after a tough
Danielle Capps and Diana Hor-
man look anxious to start the
match as they end their warm-
Angela McAttee, Taylor Welch,
Justin Miller, Bryan Nunes, and
Sherry Speer enjoy the bus ride to
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Walters, Sherry Speer, Natasha and Angela McAttee. Marlar, Justin Miller, Taylor tleberry and Lee Warrington
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Tennis got off to a slow
start for both junior
teams. The girls team
with three freshmen,
three eighth graders, and
three seventh graders.
The boys team contained
two freshmen, and six
Mrs. Hines started
working with the teams at
the beginning of March.
They practiced hard on
and the key to their game,
"the serven. After three
weeks of practice, it was
time for the first match
The match was an up-
set for the girls who end-
ed up with only one win,
while the boys tied the
As the season progress-
ed the players became
closer as a team. They
learned a lot from Mrs.
Hines about the game of
tennis and how to act to-
ward other teams. They
had their wins and losses,
but they held their heads
high. You could say they
had "Purple Pridef'
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joy the ride to the Perryville match
The junior Cobra's track
team did not exactly follow
the set pattern for past track
teams. This team was more
inclined to the shot put, dis-
cuss and pole vault. They
seemed to capture the inter-
est of the stronger athletes
instead of the fast, graceful
ones. There were a few ex-
ceptions. Brant McWilliams
did well in the running
events. Roy James, Brannan
Graves, and Eddie Terry
gave this team a powerful
look. Overall, they had a
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Traditionally, the Cobra
golf team had been exclu-
sively senior high. This year
a new tradition was started.
Junior high golf coach, Marc
Davis, ventured out and
gathered up seven guys to
represent Fountain Lake as
a junior golf powerhouse.
The team played two
matches this year. With one
win and one loss, the Cobra
teams did extremely well for
their first year. With all sev-
en golfers returning, they
were optimistic about the
Heath Ralston displays his form as
he tees off.
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7th Graders Start On Their Athletic Journey
The seventh graders
learned early in the year that
it was going to be a very dif-
ferent year. It could have
been because of the change
from elementary to junior
high or because it was their
first year to be Hreal" Cob-
Whether it was cheerlead-
ing, football, basketball,
tennis or golf, the seventh
graders were always willing
to participate. There was
quite a bit more class partic-
ipation this year than in the
Seventh grader, Heath
Ralston said, 'AI enjoyed sev-
enth grade but am excited
about going on to eighth
Frankie Fowlks rests after football
Tina Noles works hard her first
year of cheerleading.
Basketball players show off for the
camera during practice.
gradef, Most of the class felt
this way and were excited to
be going on to be junior high
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Football players seem happy to get
attention from camera
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The 1987 Harvest Ball dance
was a great success. The evening be-
gan with Mr. Beckham reading the
names of the royalty candidates.
Anxiety filled the room as the names
were announced. These were the
representatives: Tim Beckham and
Mandy Fason fseventh gradel, Joel
Ware and Krystin Cavnor feighth
gradej, Chad Morrow and Kathy
Kiernan fninth gradel. The King
and Queen were Kevin Noles and
Kristi Owen. The King and Queen of
Spirit were: Eddie Terry and Mi-
When asked how she felt when
her name was announced, Kristi re-
plied, "I waited anxiously and then
believe it or not, it was me. I was so
excited and overwhelmed with joy
. . . I was so surprised. I thought this
time would be just like every other
time. It would be someone else in-
stead of me. I hope that my class-
mates were as pleased with having
me as their queen as I was happy to
Queen Kristi Owen and her escort Kevin
Noles look nervous as they dance the tradi-
tional first dance.
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Mr. and Mrs. Beckham enjoy chaperoning the
Kim Chavaria, Kristi Owen, and Jeri Chil-
dress wait in great anticipation for Mr. Beck-
ham to call the queen.
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Kim Chayarria dance the night away, fer Attebury and Keith Rice seem to he en-
joying the evening.
Hearts Royalty: Heath Ralston. Nicole Rice, varria, Roy James, Jennifer Attebury. Keith
Frankie Sears, Mandy Sweeten, Kim Cha- Rice, LeAnn Coleman and Todd Willis.
The 5th annual Hearts Dance
was an outstanding event. The dance
floor was filled until the last song.
Since only junior high was allowed
this was a chance for students to
spend time with kids their own age.
The students danced for a while,
but then everything came to a halt
and the royalty was announced.
When asked his reaction to being
voted as King of Hearts ROY
JAMES replied, "I couldnit believe
it. I was really shocked. I thought
that surely they had made a mis-
Luke Dickson served as disc
jockey and the music was great. It
ranged from 5O,s songs to the very
latest top hits of 1988. Slow dancing
seemed to be the favorite. Girls were
often seen asking guys to dance, but
as TIM BECKHAM stated, "I didn,t
mind at all."
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fun dancing can he as they dance to "Hey,
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tivities had the sixth grade excited. were invited to eat lunch with their grandchildren. They
One of their favorite new experi- ate lunch on the stage and were later toured around the
ences was changing classes. This school. The day was enjoyed by everyone.
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The fifth graders were really busy this year. They
started out by making posters for National Book Week.
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slogan was, "Get hooked on reading books." National
Book Week was a big success because of the many stu-
dents who participated in it.
In the first week of November, the fifth graders cop-
ied a poem and colored it for Veteran's Day. For a special
gift, from the fifth grade, they honored a veteran with the
poem. This made them more aware of the many different
holidays that are celebrated
Mrs Long s gifted and talented class worked on
many projects. One of their favorite projects was making
a video. This video consisted of a scientific study. The
class did a lot of research and ended up with a well orga
nized scientific study. Whenever there was a project to
be done, they were willing to donate their time and do
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The Fourth grade year was a very educational one. For
some of the students, it was the first time they had ever
worked on a computer. Each room was equipped with one
computer. The teachers taught the students how to play
games on them. Mrs. Kyle's class was involved in a mini-
whaling expedition. This was a scientific study game for
computers. Computers were definitely the neatest thing
that the fourth graders learned about.
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books they got a free pan pizza
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games on the new computers.
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The third graders have worked
hard this year. They had to prepare
themselves for the Minimum Per-
formance Test. This took a long
time, but was accomplished.
In Mrs. Thacker's room the stu-
dents put on plays for special occa-
sions. The plays were enjoyed by
everyone. Writing and illustrating
stories was something they did a lot
of. Choral reading was their favorite
This was their first year for So-
cial Studies and Science. Many of
the students learned that Fountain
Lake is in Hot Springs and that Hot
Springs is in Arkansas. They also
found that there are other conti-
nents besides ours. These new sub-
jects had the students excited
The teachers tried to teach the
students to beamore responsible and
act more grown up. They also devel-
oped better study habits and better co-
operation With others. Perhaps the
most important thing they learned was
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While the teacher is away, the children will play.
The second grade had a busy
and exciting year. Many new things
were experienced. Getting to learn
Spanish was the most interesting ac-
tivity that they got to
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volved in making dioramas. These
were made with shoe boxes and pa-
per figures. They made aquariums
for science and also made them for
the holidays. This was fun because
For Christmas Mrs. Bilo s stu-
dents created a nativity scene. They
each had a figure to color and donat-
ed them to making the best nativity
scene ever. There were always pro-
jects during Christmas, but everyone
was excited to get out for the holiday.
Mrs. Bilo's room was a treat to
visit. Her windows were always
painted for each holiday. That al-
ways seemed to make the room more
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The Christmas displayg one of the many decorative settings surround-
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ways seemed to be working on a project. The Thanks-
giving feast was the most exciting. Each class contributed
food to the meal. Mrs. Lee's class made their own butter
and made pumpkin whip. Johnny cakes were made in
Mrs. Currey's class. Mrs. Harter's students prepared
cranberry salad, and Mrs. Stroud's class made popcorn.
For authenticity, the boys wore Indian headbands. The
girls wore pilgrim hats. The students all said it was neat.
This year the first grade gave a Christmas play called
"The Elf Factory." Hard work and a lot of practice made
it a success. The students really enjoyed performing in
Learning was something the first grade did a lot of.
In Mrs. Lee's class, they had a learning center. It was di-
vided into five sections. They were labeled: Discovery,
Math, Reading, Games, and Sound. Getting to go to these
centers was exciting for them. The learning center made
it fun to learn.
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The most frightening day for the kindergarten chil-
dren was the first day of school. For most, it was the first
experience of being away from home.
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ride was a difficult adjustment.
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eryday. They also did not like having their name in the
sad box. If they got a check by their name, they had to
stay in at recess. Recess was something they really en-
During the fall the animal shelter came and talked
to the children. They were taught not to touch any dog
they did not know. They also learned how to take care
of their own pets. This was the highlight of their first year
at Fountain Lake.
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as they participate in the special olympics. While partici-
pating in special olympics, they learn many valuable
skills that they can use in life and they had a lot of fun.
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lf there could be only one thing in life that we could teach you, we would teach you to
love. . . To learn to appreciate the people who love you, the simple beauty that God ga ve
you, and to End peace and security within yourself
Dad, Mom, Jimmy, 8: Kim
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you. You have worked
so very hard. We real-
ly admire you. May
your future be as suc-
cessful as your past.
We love you very
Pa 8: Granny
"All things are possible through Christ
Jesus." We taught you to believe in
this and in your ability to succeed. The
doctors said, "it couldn't be done."
You showed the world it could. We love
you so much and we are very proud of
All our love,
Dad, Mom, Jennifer, and Holly
Our "Special" granddaughter is graduating today.
You have fought many battles, but today you claim
your victory very sucessfully! Our prayers go with you
for a very bright future. We are proud of you. We love
you so very much.
Pa Sz Granny Mungle
You changed our lives the day you were
born . , . you brought us joy, you brought
us laughter, and sometimes there were
tears: We watched proudly as our "miracle
baby" fthe one they said would never be!
met each challenge with strength, courage,
and determination and we remember
each and every accomplishment that your
efforts have brought forth. Tomorrow is an
adventure . . . you will travel many un-
known roads, feel endless new emotions,
and experience victory and defeat. Contin-
ue to love the Lord, choose wisely, smile,
and trust in the person you have become
and you will find success and happiness in
all of your tomorrows.
Mom and Dad
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Congratulations Son, We are Very
proud of you.
You always seem to make our sun
shine a little brighter.
Love, Mom, Dad, and Tim
Full Service - AAA V
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Hot Springs Village I
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COOPER COMMUNITIES, INC.
P.O. BOX 1419
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE. AR 71909-1419
FLOWERS F4 "
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We love you!
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Guaranteed Lowest Camera Prices
Hot Springs Mall
in the Future
OLDSMOBILE - BUICK ' GMC TRUCKS, INC.
4901 CENTRAL AVENUE
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK,
Residence: 624-2205 WATS 1-800-632-8788
ARKANSAS GLASS CO., INC.
1324 Central Avenue
HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 71901
KAWNEER STORE FRONTS -
AUTO GLASS - MIRRORS
434 GEURIN HONDA
5328 Central Ave.
HOT SPRINGS, ARK 71913
HOLLOW METAL DOORS 8: FRAMES 0
PLEXIGLAS Civic ' Prelude - Accord ' Civic Wagon
OVERHEAD DOORS 8a OPERATORS
Phone 623-3305 LARRY BECKWITH Bus. Phone 525-4565
Sales Representative Res. Phone 624-0038
- AMF Automatic, Scorers
- Latest Video Games
- Snack Bar .
- Pool Room
Village Square Barbershop
For Appointment Call 984-5544
QWaIk in also welcomey
8:00 to 5:00
Johnny Roe, Owner
Monday thru Saturday
Thonks for o job
bb 'Ckory Pit Siubby's Too S bb ' b HCT SPRINGS
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QOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK at all location 5 I-I t Sp g A k 71913
501 525 3986
Marcia 8: Dick Good h O
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Cobras are i' 1
Good Luck Graduates!
COMPLETE BODY REPAIR
DUNAWAY'S BODY SHOP
Rt. 7 Box 369 623-2040
LLOYD DUNAWAY, OWNER
Doyle and Mary Anne
ALLEN TILLERY CHEVROLET Churchill
CENTRAL Sz WINANS FREE ESTIMATES
HOT SPRINGS, AR 71901 321-1813 -
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Rephan s Stores
, Rephan's Dept. Stores
PHOPANE - Moron FUEL - Hv's 214 Alben pike
BOTTLES 8 HOME USE Hot Springs, AR Rephan's Fashion
623 Albert Pike
Hot Springs, AR
767-9167 Address: 3922 Albert Pike
Three Pines Restaurant
Owners: Roy and Juanita Smith
A P E I M E Hwy. 7 N
"Hot Springs Total Movie ,-In
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CHILDRENS ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
MOVIE PASS - H MOVIE RENTALS ONLY S40
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R EAL ESTATE
4709 Central Ammo
Not Springs, Ariana: 71913
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-arg Tommy Truett
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Residentialg Commercialg Investmentsg
Appraisals: Property Managementj
Belvedere Country Club
Experience, Quality, Craftsmansnip
Rt. 7 Box 352 Hot Springs, AR 71901
Morris Garner, Owner
"HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED
Quality siding and Insulation
Coronado l .iroprac ES- xx If -L:
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Kurt Larsen, D. C.
501!922-3377 2 Ponderosa Way
Res. 922-3260 Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
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Star Route 10, Box 185
Hot Springs, Ar 71901
J. 81 J. HEATING 81 AIR CONDITIONING
COMPLETE SERVICE, REPAIR AND
INSTALLATION ON ALL MAKES 84 MODELS.
COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, Sm MOBILE HOMES
JESSE TILLERV 821-2552 COO'-EYIS FOOD
I V V I Larry D. Balentine Hot S ' A k
SALES REPRESENTATIVE prmgs' r ansas
Office: 525-5797 Home: 767-1698
4612 Central Ave ' 28 Bo d IkV II Q 0 Ho1Spnngs. AR 71903
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759 Park Avenue Hours: Mon. - Fri.
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901 8:30 to 5:00
THE CLOTHES DOCTOR
MEN'S Sz WOMEN'S APPAREL
LEATHER IN LUD
EXPERT ALTERATIONS ' 30 YEARS
Bud's Car Center
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Phone: C5011 525-1900
624-0710 769 Park
Peanut Fried Chicken
THE VILLAGE APOTH ECARY
New Life Upholstery
We give new life
to old furniture
HWY 7 North 623-2312
922.0777 I. C. Penney
OPEN: Mon - Fri 4 10:00-9:00
Hot Springs Mall 525-4551
BOBIS FARM FRESH
One mile past Belvedere on Hwys 5 and 7N
before Snow Springs
Top Quality - Low Prices
THE GREEN FAMILY
The Hair Business
Tuesday - Thursday 9:00-8:00
Hot Springs Monument CO.
Robert and Mary Jordan
Bob and Betty Lutes
Loren Furnes Family
Duke Fabric Center
Joe J. Poe, County Treasurer
Becky Sears-Loves-John Furnas
David and Mike Schrader
Angy Loves Jon
Shari Loves Vaughn
Larry and Paulette Beckham
Fred and Linda Bibbs
Renee, Mitzi, Jessica, Rusty Morrison
Bobby, Alica, Harold, Rebecca Higgins
Sammy, Lynn, Brian Lambert
Resort Hotel 88 Spa
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
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I 100 Whittington Avenue
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Department of Human Services
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71901
Job Development Placement PHONE: 623-4479
911 West Grand
Hot Springs, Arkansas
' COFFEY-CLIFTON, INC.
BRYANT, AR 847-0242
CONWAY, AR 329-8562
R CK, AR 375-9322
HOT SPRINGS, AR 767-2104
LARRY G. RICHARDSON
MOBILE HOMES, INC
Tues. - Sat.
Barbies Beauty Salon
Rt. 7, Box 154
Hot Springs, AR
Barbara Nobles Freda Allen
I ld Mill
For an exotic shopping experience
Created by Arkansas Artisans
2116 Park Ave., Hwy. 7 North
2Vz miles from Bathhouse, Row
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"Full Servicei' Mechanics
311 PARK AVENUE CCLOSED SUNDAYSJ
HOT SPRINGS, AR. 71901 501-623-1811
Custom Building or Remodeling
Cabinets are our Specialty
Freeman Sears 8. Sons, Inc. L
501!262-2083 234 Colonial Drive
50l!939-2259 Hot Springs, Ark. 71901
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Arkansas Restored Kars
203 Rock Creek Road
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Hardware sumv comm
223 THIRD STREET 1130 MILITARY ROAD
HOT SPRINGS, AR 71913 BENTON, AR 72105
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HOT SPRINGS, ARK 7I9Ol
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T018 MALVERN AVE. HOT SPRINGS, AR. f
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MARK WILLIAMS N
Shirleen, Ken 8: Ron Adcock I -
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Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
501 Albert Pike 714 Malvern Ave. , ilf3f3.".
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Control Benton, AR 72015
IF BUSY 623-8253
Ed Foshee Automotive
279 SHADY GROVE ROAD
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71901
- EXCELLENCE IN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
227 CASTLEBERRY STREET - HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS 71901
TELEPHONE 501 624-2722
Hot Springs Village
HOT SPRINGS I
7 CENTRAL AVENUE - POST OFFICE BOX 477
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71902
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HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK
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WELCOME FRIENDS Billie's
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4612 Central Avenue - Suite ii3
Phone 15011 525-4001 Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Russell Dunn Auto Sales
1225 ALBERT PIKE . Hor SPRINGS, ARK. 71901
RUSSELL DUNN Office Phone 1010 Central Avenue Phone 624-9624
Home Ph. 525-9042 t 624-5471
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PHOTOGRAPHY Drs. Lee and Viki Cyphers
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HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS VILLAGE 922-0055
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510 AIRPORT RD - HWY, 70 WEST l5OII623-4249
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FAMILY DISCOUNT PHARMACY
"Serving Your Prescription Needs in Arkansas"
CUSTOM 1101 Albert Pike
EXHAUST II-Iwy. 270
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RANDON USE MUFFLER BRAKES 0 'mis '
CAR Paul W. G
FURNITURE PLUS CARE 15013 623-T333
605 Albert Pike - Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913 - 624-2586 CEN1 ER
Jarrell Plumbing Co., Inc.
918 Malvern Avenue
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71901
L0C?ted H? RONALD JARRELL 235131232
Hot Sprmgs Vrllage
Char-Burgers and 1 X Id
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a 101 WHITTINGTON AVENUE
Y BURTON-EISELE CLINIC, P.A. 7
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS 71901
Open a'm' to 9 GENERAL SURGERY OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
W, MARTIN EISELE, MD. JOHN L. HAGGARD, M,D.
7 a'm' to Summer JOHN H. BRUNNER, M.D. DENO P. PAPPAS, M.D.
JAMES W. SLEZAK, M.D. W. SLOAN RAINWATER, M.D.
9 2 2 - 2 3 3 3 CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY UROLOGY
H. JOE HOWE, M.D. JAMES F. BURTON, M.D.
Village Office -
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ONE COLLEGE DRIVE - MID-AMERICA PARK v HOT SPRINGS, AR 71913
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1810 CENTRAL AVE SUITE F TO
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FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS,
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THE WORK OF BUILDING A FAMILY
OWNED BUSINESS. NOW WERE READY
TO DELIVER SOME OF THE FINEST
QUALITY PRINTED PRODUCTS
IN THE INDUSTRY.
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PARK PLACE BAPTIST
721 Park Avenue
"Sharing God's Message of Hope"
Dr. Torn Harris, Pastor
Dr. Harold Elder,
Minister of Education - Youth
Eddie Hardister, Minister of Music
COURTESY OF YOUR NEW CAR
MID-AMERICAN MOTORS, INC.
420 HOBSON AVENUE
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71913
MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
600 Malvern Avenue Hot Springs, Arkansas
CHUCK FRAZIER NISSAN, INC.
5211 CENTRAL AVE.
HOT SPRINGS, AR 71913
ALLEN TILLERY CHEVROLET, INC.
Central SL Winans
Hot Springs, Arkansas
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115 WINANS AVE. - HOT SPRINGS, AR 71901
in Hot Springs Arkansas
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HOT SPRINGS, AR 71901
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4901 CENTRAL AVENUE -
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 71913
MEREDITH MOTORS, INC
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Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
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Our business is growing trees.
But a healthy, growing forest is also a
good place for birds and animals to live.
And for people to enjoy.
From browse-filled clearcut to mature
forest, our pine plantations provide food
and cover for most Arkansas species
of wildlife. .
Our streamside zones and "Special
Wildlife Enhancement Areas" - more
than 145,000 Arkansas acres - provide
hardwood habitat for others
And our logging roads provide more
than 4,000 miles of free access to the
Arkansas out-of-doors for you.
If you'd like a map of our lands in
Arkansas, or would like to know more
about what we're
doing in Arkansas,
P.O. Box 1060,
The Tree Growing Company
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501f623-4603 881 PARK AVENUE
501f623-5028 HOT SPRINGS, AR 71901
Congratulations Karen! We're so proud of
you and love you very much. Best of luck
with all your future plans!
Mom, Dad, and jennifer
You have made us very proud.
Mom, Dad, Randy, Dale, and Sheila
You mean more to me
Than words can say
just to hold your hand
And to know our love
Feels so right
When you're in my arms
My love, tonight.
You mean more to me
Than any love
l've ever known
Andl want to give you
All my love
lust you alone.
You're all my dreams come
There's so much joy in your
And all the love you give.
you finally made me realize
You're all I need.
You mean more to me
Than words can say . . .
Hollinger, Mary 155
Hollinger, Stephanie 161
Homan, Stephen 22, 53, 94
Hope, J.C. 29
Hope, Kristi 170
Jennings, April 131, 140
Jennings, Becky 164
Jeffress, Daniel 44, 48, 49, 51, 63, Lambert,
Bryan 13, 155, 156, 176
Corey 96, 158
Sammye 25, 30, 112, 113,
Hope, Suzy 96, 155
Jennings, Jennifer 167 123, 142
Johnson, Aaron 167 Lampinen, Mike 57, 59, 69, 71, 73,
Johnson, H 30 109, 113
Horman, Darlene 53, 66, 74, 76, 119
Horman, Diana 24, 131, 144
House, B.J. 173
House, Jason 173
House, Robert 134
Howard, Beth Ann
Howard, Melissa 7, 13, 23, 96, 155
Howell, Laura 19, 131
Howie, Misty 131
Howie, Ronnie 155
Huckaby, Alisa 13, 161
Huckaby, Amy 134, 138
Huckaby, B.J. 170
Hudnall, John 134
Hughes, Britt 96, 155, 176
Hulsey, Bobby 134
Hulsey, Chris 7, 26, 53, 68, 84, 112,
113, 116, 118, 123
Johnson, Mark 53, 65, 96
Johnson, Paul 173
Johnson, Trinity 173
Johnson, Wade 155
Jones, Heather 158
Jones, Kenneth 173
Jones, Laura 13
Jones, Melissa 53, 85
Jones, Robin 167
Lampinen, Scott 52, 53, 69, 84, 108,
Langley, Marty 155
Langley, Summer 164
Larkin, Erin 134, 135
Larkin, Fletcher 96, 158
Lawson, Shawna 173
Ledbetter, Angela 131, 142
Lee, Brooks 173
Lee, Chris 173
Lee, D 30
Lester, Vicki 30
Lipp, Tanya 6, 84, 91, 128, 129
Livingston, Ken 21, 22, 53
Long, Andrea 96, 158
Long, Jeremy 19, 89, 131, 141
Long, Roxie 30
Long, Shannon 166
Mahan, Kent 13, 96, 128, 142
Hulsey, Justin 127
Hulsey, Kristy 170
Hulsey, Seth 173
Hulsey, Valerie 131, 143
Hunt, Joseph 96, 127, 129
Hunter, Maxine 29
Hutchins, Marcy 57, 59, 66, 67, 73,
84, 98, 122
Irwin, Jennifer 161
Irwin, J.J. 161
Irwin, Melissa 170
Irwin, Susan 127
Ivey, LeAnn 96, 155
Kaatz, Jim 44, 48, 49, 51, 67, 73, 110,
Kaatz, Tasha 167
Kaney, Melissa 170
Kaney, Rebekah 173
Kara, John 164
Kara, Ray 131
Keener, Wesley 155, 176
Keith, Robbie 167
Keith, Samantha 173
Kemnow, William 134
Kemp, Roxanne 167
Kendrick, Jennifer 18, 19, 164
Kendrick, Shawna 173
Kerr, Brandy 164
Kerr, Courtney 173
Kiernan, Kathy 84, 91, 127, 143
Killingsworth, Aaron 161, 176
Killingsworth, J 30
Killingsworth, L 30, 139
Kisida, Brian 127, 141
Kitchens, Angela 96, 155
Kizer, Kenny 155, 176
Kizer, Tonya 164
Long, Steven 56, 57, 94, 96
Lowe, Anna 170
Loy, Amanda 134
Loy, Cheyenne 24, 161
Loy, Dana 57, 84, 115, 121
Loy, Dereck 164
Loy, Lynn 84, 128
Loman, S 30
Machen, Jason 96, 158
Magar, Jennifer 173
Mahan, Brian 96, 155
Jacoby, Jason 127
James, I 29
James, Joshua 167
James, Nick 161, 176
James, Nicole 23, 39, 44, 48, 49, 50,
74, 76, 84, 88, 89, 98, 104, 105,
James, Roy 127, 129, 141, 142, 146,
James, Tami 164
James, Terry 28
James, Todd 57, 96
James, Tonya 134, 139
Jeffers, David 131, 141
Knowlen, Julie 57, 59, 64, 84, 98, 122
Mahan, Ronnie 25, 26, 29
Koehler, Kerri 57, 96, 122
Koehler, Toni 12, 13, 96, 155, 177
Kolasch, Chris 96, 127
Kolasch, Melany 134, 138
David 158, 176
, Jeremy 158, 176
, Penny 6, 7, 134, 135, 139
, Neil 127, 146
, Phillip 96, 157
Kyle, S 30
Mann, Lori 58, 96, 119
Mann, Teresa 53, 98
Mann, Tiffany 161
Manning, Justin 164
Manning, Nathan 164
Manning, Shaleen 161
Manning, Shiloh 161
Manning, Tiffany 128
Marie, Betty 28
Marlar, Richie 96, 155, 176
Marlar, Shawn 128, 138, 141, 142,
Marlar, Steven 134
Marlow, Bo 170
Marrow, Shelly 161
Marrow, Tammy 128
Marshall, Christina 166
Marshall, Mandy 173
Marshall, Mike 164
Martinez, Brian 53, 98, 109
Lacy, Angie 170 Martinez, Karen 121,
Lacy, Angela Martinez, Laura 53
Lacy, Zachary 161, 176 Mason, Candyce 173
Matlock, H 29
Maxey, Travis 54, 109
McAtee, Angela 79, 84, 90, 91, 102,
126, 128, 138, 140, 144, 145
McAtee, Jaime 18, 96, 155, 177
McAtee, Sandra 134, 139
McBee, Gena 39, 44, 48, 49
McDaniels, Brook 96, 155
McElwain, Jackie 134
McGinnis, Reba 89, 131, 138
McNeely, Mike 96, 157
McNeely, Steve 58, 96
McWilliams, Bart 58
McWilliams, Pam 134
Means, Heidi 30
Merryman, Samantha 170
Merwine, Marsha 28
Merwine, Michele 18, 36, 42, 44, 45,
48, 49, 70, 74, 76, 82, 89, 90, 91,
98, 102, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115
119, 141, 142, 143
Metcalf, K 30
Metcalf, Natalie 131
Metcalf, Regina 155, 177
Michau, Tammye 50, 53, 54, 74, 76
Miles, Christina 161
Miles, Mike 134
Miles, Shannon 155
Milholen, Marchell 53, 54, 82, 84
Milks, Cheryll 13, 96, 155, 177
Miller, Jason 131,132,141, 146, 147
Miller, Jeremy 96, 155, 176
Miller, Jewell 53, 54, 69, 84, 94, 95,
98, 102, 121, 122
Miller, Justin 131, 132, 141, 142,
144, 146, 147
Miller, Robin 173
Mills, Brandon 134
Milroy, Jennifer 164
Milroy, Jerry 57, 109
Milroy, Tara 155, 177
Milroy, Terry 158, 176
Minton, Johnnie 131, 141, 146
Minton, Justin 158
Mitchell, Naomi 128
Mitchell, Pernell 96, 131
Mitchell, Ronnie 128
Montgomery, Amanda 170
Montgomery, Danny 170
Moore, David 158, 176
Moore, Dee 155, 177
Moore, Tony 166
Morgan, Amanda 170
Morgan, Barbara 161
Morgan, Brandy 164
Morgan, Davone 122
Morgan, Misty 155
Morgan, Stacy 128, 141, 146
Morris, Michelle 156, 177
Morris, Willie 18, 156
Morrison, Micah 131, 132, 146
Morrison, Renee 36, 50, 88, 89
Morrow, Chad 12, 109, 128
Morrow, Donnie 48, 49, 116
Morrow, Kristin 174
Morse, C 30, 160
Morton, Shawn 156
Mullinax, Johnny 170
Mullinax, Richard 170
Muncrief, Heather 165
Munger, Jennifer 174
Myers, Roy 170
Neighbors, Adam 170
Neighbors, Carrie 165
Neighbors, Jayson 96, 158
Neighbors, LaShawn 50, 54, 89
Neighbors, Michelle 131
, Misty 96, 156, 177
Neighbors, Nathan 171
Newell, Christina 161
Newell, Toni 54, 89, 98, 106, 107
Darren 54, 63, 109
Niblett, Stephanie 131, 132
Niblett, Toby 158, 176
Nichols, Dillon 167
Nguyen, Khahn 134
Nguyen, Nhung 36, 37, 45, 49, 50
Nobles, April 167
Nobles, Brian 128, 141, 146
Nobles, Jason 134
Nobles, Jennifer 165
Kevin 79, 127, 128, 129
, Missy 13, 158, 177
Noles, Tina 121, 135, 133, 140
Norman, Catina 128, 142, 143
Norman, John 54, 113, 116
Nunes, Brian 128, 142, 144
Oliver, Vanessa 167
Olsen, Skip 134, 135
Orrell, Casey 167
Orrell, Charlene 158
Outler, Chris 161, 176
Outler, Deena 50, 54, 84, 88, 89
Overton, Corey 173, 174
Overton, Jonathan 167
Owen, Kristi 84, 96, 128, 129, 139,
Owen, Mac 28
Owens, Rachel 156
Owens, Sherri 174
98, 103, 120
Partain, Krissy 13, 96, 156, 177
Monte 129, 146
Pascoe, Torie 158
Pascoe, TyLynn 13, 156, 177
Patrick, Larry 56, 58, 62, 63, 73, 98,
Patterson, Landon 132, 141, 146
Patterson, Preston 156
Payne, Lavonda 156
Payne, Ty 131, 142
Pearce, Clifton 171
Pelton, D1Ann 30
Pennington, Jim 31
Perry, Aaron 167
Phillips, Chrissy 165
Phillips, Dale 162
Phillips, Joey 157
Phillips, Shane 132
Phillips, Stephanie 171
Piatt, Michael 25, 58, 65, 98, 120
Pickins, Davina 167
Pierce, April 7, 135, 139
Pierce, Penny 161, 162
Plyler, Jeff 96, 129
Poston, Chris 22, 53, 54
Powell, Jenny 13, 156, 177
Powell, Ricky 157
Qualls, Kelli 6, 42, 45, 46, 49, 64,
Rhodes, Darby 158, 176
Rhodes, Dempsey 12, 42, 45, 47, 48,
49, 79, 94
Rhodes, Devry 165
Rice, Doug 28
Rice, Keith 131, 132, 142, 147, 151
Rice, Martha 31
Rice, Nicole 133, 135, 139, 151
Rice, Wanda 29
Richardson, Angy 37, 42, 45, 71, 73,
74, 32, 104
Richardson, Mandy 23, 161, 162
Rigsby, Chris 96, 158
Rigsby, Jeannie 6, 42, 45, 48, 49
Rigsby, Jeremy 165
Rigsby, Joe 132, 141
Rigsby, Kim 58, 84, 88, 89, 102, 108,
113 115, 121, 141, 142, 143
Rigsby, Kristie 165
Rigsby, Sheila 50, 54, 84, 89, 94, 98,
Rigsby, Terry 167
Riley, Benjamin 168
Riley, Paul 158
Rios, Jody 162
Rios, Johnny 158
Ripley, Jason 156
Ritter, Angela 58, 84, 115, 116, 121
Ritter, Darin 162, 176
Roberts, Sheryl 10, 129
Roberts, Sue 132
Robertson, Kyle 50, 54, 94, 109, 116
Robertson, Tammy 58, 72, 84, 89,
Robinson, Diana 54, 96
Rodgers, Chris 159, 176
Rodgers, Christina 168
Rodgers, Karmon 135
Rodgers, Rickey 22, 132, 142, 144
Rogers, Randall 162
Rogers, Steven 171
Ross, Amanda 135
Rosenthal, Chris 132
Roston, Mandy 168
Rostan, Bobbie 174
Rowton, Brandy 171
Rowton, Kelly 159
Rynders, Clyde 58, 66, 109, 113
Rynders, Liz 45, 43, 49, 34, 115, 123
139, 141, 151
Shaw, Jennifer 36, 43, 45, 48, 49, 94
Shaw, Jennifer 162
Sheets, Jeanna 162
Shell, Becky 162
Shell, George 175
Shell, Paula 175
Shell, Steven 43, 45, 48, 49, 65, 78,
34, 65, 93, 116
Shelton, Dale 96, 129, 141, 146, 151
Shelton, Kenny 162
Shepard, Rhonda 45, 49
Shumaker, April 156
Sims, Bob 58, 64, 109
Sinclair, Alicia 168
Sisney, Andrea 162
Sisney, Kim 135, 139, 144
Sisney, Mike 43, 45, 48, 49, 103
Sisney, Steve 10, 19, 43, 44, 45, 46,
48, 49, 79, 88, 89, 98
Skinner, Amy 165
Skinner, Joshua 168
Skinner, Rachel 165
Skinner, Tammy 96, 159, 177
Skinner, Terra 135
Skinner, Tonya 96, 97, 129
Slater, Adam 159
Slater, Melissa 129
Smedley, J 31
Smith, Aaron 168
Smith, C 31
Smith, Donnie 168
Smith, Florence 132
Smith, Frankie 132
Smith, Jack 58, 116
Smith, Jaime 156
Smith, Jessica 162
Smith, Lisa 6, 129
Smith, Suzanne 162
Sylvarius 12, 13, 18, 96, 156
Snell, Tracy 174
Specht, G 31
Speer, Sherry 90, 91, 95, 115, 128,
129, 136, 143, 144
Salazar, Gloria 165
Salazar, Manual 171
Salazar, Monica 174
Sargo, Bill 3, 31
Schrader, David 31, 80, 81, 135
Speers, Chad 17, 54, 98, 113, 116
Speers, Tamra 13, 19, 36, 37, 43, 45,
46, 49, 62, 67, 79, 94, 95, 114, 116,
Standridge, Christina 129
' Standridge, James
Stanley, Amber 174
Starnes, Johnny 165
Starnes, Rosann 174
Stephens, M 31
Stevens, Ernest 135
Stevens, Tina 159
Stewart, Amanda 174
Stone, Jennifer 162
Palmer, Court 167
Partain, Joe 20, 50, 54, 66, 72, 82, 83,
Ragsdale, Bradley 174
Ragsdale, Chuck 162
Ragsdale, Dawn 54, 64, 94, 98, 121
Ragsdale, Layne 174
Ragsdale, Missy 18, 58, 70, 91, 102,
Ralston, Dustin 58, 59, 60, 79, 91,
98, 109, 113, 120
Ralston, Heath 133, 135, 147, 151
Ralston, Jennifer 10, 42, 45, 48, 49,
60, 74, 75, 76, 91, 104, 110, 111
Reed, Emily 171
Scoggins, Rusty 58
Scrimshire, Joshua 171
Scrimshire, Todd 162
Scroggins, Bettyjoe 174
Seaberg, Bobby 162
Seaberg, Robin 171
Stover, Amanda 162
Stover, Lillian 132
Stover, Lizzy 174
Stover, Nathan 159
Stroud, L 31
Sutter, David 43, 45, 49
Sullivan, Mike 31, 96
Reed, Eric 162, 176
Reed, Kevin 171
Reed, Robby 96, 156
Seaberg, Tanya 168
Sears, Becky 7, 50, 54
Sears, Frankie 91, 118,
Sweeten, Mandy 84, 106, 129, 144,
Switzer, Joseph 168
Switzer, Meredith 13, 164, 185
Switzer, Michelle 84, 91, 129, 143
Taber, Crystal 11, 43, 45, 49, 74, 76,
77, 94, 98, 102
Taber, Jenny 96, 156, 177
Ugartechea, Alma 168
Ugartechea, Cindy 162
Ugartechea, Claudia 135
Ugartechea, Juanita 55
Andres 156, 176
Taber, Michael 165
Tapp, Kevin 174
Tapp, Rachel 171
Thompson, Rebecca 174
Taylor, Brandi 171
Taylor, Chris 132
Taylor Mike 135
Taylor, Phillip 20, 25, 55, 78, 84, 98,
Taylor, Steven 162
Taylor, Jeremy 159
Terry, Eddie 127, 129, 141, 146
Terry, Rebecca 162
Thacker, Kayla 155, 156
Thacker, Virginia 31, 164
Thomas, Tommy 58, 59, 96
Thompson, Mary 2, 3, 31, 74, 106,
Thompson, Robert 165
Thomson, Michelle 58
Tillery, Alen 174
Tillery, Blant 171
Ugartechea, Maria 156
Ugartechea, Rosario 156
Upton, Becky 135
Ungerer, Aaron 174
Ungerer, Jason 168
Utley, John 31, 109, 141, 146
Van Dusen, David 96, 156, 176
Van Gordon, Shawn 174
Vann, Chris 132, 138, 141
Vaughn, Danny 58, 98
Vaughn, Holly 159
Vaughn, Jeremy 96, 156
Tillery, Chris 156
Tillery, Christina 156, 177
Tillery, Heather 171
Tillery, Johnny 162
Tillery, Josh 159, 176
Tillery, Julie 50, 51, 55, 71, 73, 74,
76, 79, 84, 106, 107, 110, 111
Tillery, Matthew 168
Tillery, Melissa 171
Tillery, Mike 135
Tillery, Sarah 174
Tillery, Wendy 55, 89, 98
Travis, Debbie 27, 31, 51
Travis, Tina 165
Truelove, Jon 96, 159
Truett, Regina 36, 37, 43, 45, 48, 49,
50, 84, 91, 108, 107, 118, 122
Truett, Tommy 58, 72, 109, 120
Trusty, David 162
Trusty, Tina 84
Tucker, S 31
Turner, Angie 135
Turner, Jerry 46, 49, 109, 110, 111,
Turner Joe 135
Vaughn, J 29
Vaughn, Jennifer 165
Vaughn, Monica 59, 62, 71, 73, 84,
98, 115, 116
Vaughn, Ronnie 132
Vaughn, Tammy 6, 20, 50, 51, 52,
54, 55, 72, 74, 77, 78, 79, 91, 98
Vaughn, Todd 59, 96
Vik, Justin 168
Walker, Jim 162, 176
Walker, Kristy 18, 175
Walker, Regina 132
Wallace, Crystal 171
Wallace, Jon 59
91, 98, 118, 123
Ware, Joel 131, 132, 141, 142, 145
Warner, Jeff 135
Warrington, Dick 25, 31, 115, 121,
123, 133, 142
Warrington, Elaine 10, 27, 31, 82
Warrington, Eric 158, 159, 176
Warrington, Lee 6,18,132,141, 142,
Watson, Carrie 132, 143
Watson, Joshua 174
Watson, Shelley 59, 69, 84, 98, 115,
Watson, W 29
Webb, Natasha 132,
Wehunt, Aaron 165
Wehunt, Angie 156
Welch, Chanda 24, 59, 60, 63, 74, 75,
94, 95, 98, 110, 111,121, 122
Welch, Taylor 131, 132, 144, 147
Wendland, Greg 55, 57, 98, 113, 116
Wendland, Jeremy 135
Wendland, Matt 168
Wendland, Spencer 171
Werst, John 135
West, Amanda 171
Westerman, John 19, 50, 52, 55, 60,
71, 73, 79, 82, 83, 91, 102, 108,
109, 110, 111, 118
Wheetley, Diane 171
Wheetley, Shelley 162
Whiley, Jeremy 162
Whiley, Justin 168
Wisenant, J 31
White, Amber 96, 159
White, Joshua 165
Wilder, Loretta 159
Wilhelm, Julia 171
Wilkey, Cindy 59
Woodsen, L 31
Wright, Jeremy 159, 176
Wright, Jonathan 135
Michael 159, 176
Wright, Renee 165
Wright, Stephanie 174
Wyatt, Kim 96, 156, 177
Wyatt, Shari 36, 123
Wyatt, Sheena 173, 174
Wylie, Kevin 20, 22, 55
Wylie, Steven 168
,Joe 13, 96, 159
, Marna 159
Yates, Michael 156
Yates, Nathan 171
Yates, Wess 59, 67, 70, 96
Young, Crystal 171
Williams, Ashley 10, 135, 139
Williams, Brant 129, 142, 146
Williams, Christy 84, 129
Williams, Laurie 168
Williams, Will 7, 54, 55, 82, 83, 91,
98, 108, 109, 112, 113, 116
Willis, Brad 165
Willis, Brandy 174
Willis, Doug 132
Willis, Jammie 162
Willis, Lori 45, 48, 49, 64, 90
Todd 21, 27, 130, 132, 141,
, 146, 151
Wilson, Alicia 18, 96, 159, 177
Wilson, Jennifer 159, 177
Wilson, Kevin 159
Wilson, Mark 22, 45, 47, 48, 49, 91
Wilson, Melissa 135
, Mickey 45, 47, 49
, Rusty 96, 156
Wilson, Tim 168
Turner Lynn 10, 27, 31, 51, 53, 78,
Turner, Mike 129
Turner, Missi 84, 129, 138, 142
Turner, Traci 50, 55, 67, 74, 76, 77,
82, 84, 89, 94, 102
, Missy 168
Walls, Christy 165
Walston, Tasha 174
Walters, Sarah 135, 144
Ward, Missy 175
Ward, Wayne 132
Ware, Jared 19, 53, 55, 70, 82, 83, 90,
Wisdom, Tony 156
Wolfe, Cara 59, 121
Wolfe, Cyndy 50, 52, 55, 70, 74, 75,
77, 82, 84, 88, 89, 94, 95, 98
Womble, Jessica 171
Zander Tracy 159
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We hope that you enjoyed
HCruisin' Thru ,887 Many
individuals made the ride go
smoother for our Purple
Pride staff through their
help and cooperation. A spe-
cial thanks to Suzanne Cav-
nor for the cover and divider
designs, Gary Meek for his
pictures, all those outside of
journalism who helped with
copy, and the teachers and
administration who were so
Thru' has given you a
glimpse of those precious
moments that you will want
to remember. Even though
the journey is over, the
memories that we have
made will linger forever.
Angy Richards avri, Editor
Seniors celebrate reaching their
destination at the lake.
FFA members get all fired up as
they cruise through homecoming
Jeannie Rigsby and Shon De Ar- Keith Rice stands by his mom's new
mon reflect on a wonderful year. car and dreams of the day when he
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ceives his growing instructions for Gllter ,llllllflf high.
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multi-talents helped him enjoy a
very successful year.
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