Fredericksburg High School - Mesa Yearbook (Fredericksburg, TX)
- Class of 1982
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A school yeor is mode up of months ond the months work in school, this is the dull routine. You come to school
ore mode of doys. ond slowly drog through the first three periods until lunch.
It is DOT o weekly or monthly woy we go through the Then you hit the lunchroom or go to Sonic for the usuol
school yeor. lt's doy by doy, eoch one different with o french fries, homburger ond Dr Pepper. Then it's bock to
mood ond poce of its own. school for fourth, fifth, ond sixthg the period thot you
There ore the footboll seoson's themes, where every know will never ever end. When the doy's over you
doy is onother stronge disguise. Some hove the theme on grob the books you need for homework ond either go
ond ore self-conscious ond yet proud to show it, the home orto yourofterschooljob.
others look ond lough ond possibly wish they hod the Somehow you must think on the bright side, this is
couroge to dress up too. Fredericksburg, Texos, where there will never be onother
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Renee Burg and Teresa Durst blindfold senior Patrice Crane.
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Look at u now
Foces of the yeor of 1962 were nothing speciol to strongers
but to o friend, nothing could motch them. Friendships ore so
close in these yeors thot they seem indestructible.
"Friends" usuolly meons two people thot know eoch other
well, but in the Fredericksburg High School Bond for instonce,
everyone knows everyone ond becouse this exists they con
cooperote without much disogreement.
You connot olwoys think of just groups of people or in-
dividuols os unique.
We tried to express the stoges of high school lite by putting
them in seosons.
Summer represents freshmen, becouse school is just begin-
ning ond so is the freshmen's porticipotion in high school. They
ore beginning to be involved in pep rollies, footboll gomes,
morching contests, ond school donces.
By foll the yeor is in full swing, thot is why Foll is for the
sophomores. They know the holls, they hove knowledge of the
responsibilities thot ore required of them. They ore the grown-
up freshmen of the yeor before.
Winter is for juniors, the group thot just become upper closs.
Juniors go to oll the porties ond ore oble to torment
underclossmen into wishing they were bock in eighth or ninth
Winter is on onticipotion of spring just os yourjunior yeor is on
onticipotion of finolly becoming o senior.
The lost seoson of school is spring. Spring is the time for senior
trips, proms, ond groduotion. This seems to be the time when ot-
tention is focused on the seniors. Awords ossemblies, porties, pic-
tures, invitotions ond exoms signol thot for the Closs of '82, o
yeor like no other is coming to o close.
A 11 One of junior Dorren Schneider's fovorite summer-
time octivities is ploying o gome of boseboli with friends.
A 2: Ex-ort student Clem Costillo helps seniors Eric Prof!
ond Bobby Modrid point "FHS" on the press box or the
srodium, A 3: Cooch Morsholl instructs footboli ployers on
the proper blocking style. A A: Swinging for onother
homerun is senior Erin Sebero during o summer ofternoon
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Everyone has their long list of plans for those three long
months -- June, July, August - completely free of school.
Most students find sleeping late .or relaxing at the pool
among their favorite summertime activities. Others play
baseball or volleyball with friends.
The Stonewoll Peach Jamboree, Night in Old
Fredericksburg, and The Gillespie County Fair are some of
the favorite gathering places of students.
By late summer students begin to feel the approach of a
new school year, Cheerleaders going to camp, football
' weights to get in shape for the upcoming football season.
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players beginning practice, and a nervous class of freshmen
going to their first orientation are signs that summer is com-
ing to a close.
Although everyone complains about going back to
school, most are reolly happy to be back because they can
see friends and classmates they may not have seen all sum-
mer. They're also glod to be back because there is a feeling
of unity and pride that makes everyone feel good to be a
part of FHS.
Page by Renee Fiedler, Photos by Terry Collier. Karen Grona, and Yvonne Velnhelmer Summer
A 1: Seniors Morcie Jenkins, Gaylor Woerner, Malcolm Coon and Marsh
Weierhausen attended Girls State at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin and
- Boys State in Austin this summer. A 21 The Flag Corps leads the rest of the
if 1.1 :.i parade down Main Street for the opening of The Gillespie County Fair. A 3
Senior quarterback Brian Maenius practices his hand-off to Greg Treibs
junior, during morning football practice in August. A 4: Senior Jeff Landis lifts
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1 A When the lights go down, the fun hosjust begun os the ferris wheels ore tur-
ning, ond the rides ottroct attention. The foir - the oldest in Texos - is the lost
big summer event before school begins. 2 A In the limelight is the new foir
queen ond her court, They ore olternote Roxon Schuchordt, second duchess
Judy Psessmon, queen Kondis Kleir, first duchess Stocy Keller, ond olternote Don-
Summer fun meons foirs, porodes, ond the crowning
of new queens. Along with oll of this is the excitement
of rides ond gomes, ond the onnuol porodes which
kick off the foirs.
The post summer begon with the Gillespie County
Peoch Jomboree on June 19 ond 20. Succeeding lost
yeor's peoch royolty were queen Dono Burgp first
duchess Dono Demolg second duchess Koren Jenschkeg
ond third duchess Chrissy Schmidt.
The following two weekends coptured the fun of
the Luckenboch Worlds Foir on two weekends -
June 26-26 ond July 3-5.
The crowning of the Foir Queen come on August 21-
25. Kondis Kleir wos nomed queen, while Stocy Keller
wos nomed first duchess, ond Judy Ressmon from
Horper wos nomed second duchess. Alternotes were
Donna Heinen, ond Roxon Schuordt. Senior Tommy
Crenwelge soid, "I liked the Peoch Jomboree, but it
wos hord for me to be oble to spend time with my
friends becouse I wos o contestont. We hod good
seots, ond could see everything we wonted to. As for
os summer goes, I look forword to the foirs os well os
summer in generol," she odded.
As eoch yeor comes to o close, students look for-
word tothe summer fun obout to begin.
1 A Showing the joy is the new peoch royolty, Queen Dono Burg,
first duchess Dono Demel, second duchess Koren Jenschke, ond third
duchess Chrissy Schmidt, 2 A Riding high in the Stonewoll Peoch Jom-
boree porode is peoch queen contestont Dono Burg.
Page by Dona Demel, Photos by Terry Collier. Yvonne Welnhelmer Bruce Smith
1 A Practicing was hard ot band camp
but the drum section spent many full
hours practicing on their own. 2 A Tak-
ing a breather on the sideline at first
game, JV cheerleaders show off their
uniforms. 3 A Junior Jacky Bryson,
made his occupation as a welder in Fort
Stockton. A A Senior varsity
cheerleaders Susan Murphy, Dana
Demel, Marcie Jenkins point out that
they were number one in every way
while attending their camp this sum-
mer. 5 A After hours of practicing for
camp, junior varsity cheerleaders,
Deidra Fulks and Cindy Kraus take time
fora nice cool drink.
1 A Hanging from the ceiling at band camp, junior Kim Hanson is caught hanging around
on the rafters in her cabin. 2 A Many hours of practice and hard work are what's on junior
Duane Weinheimer's mind when it comes time to practice.
The lazy days of summer are not always a break for
everyone. While some people enjoy a swim on a hot
summer day, others might be playing tennis or pic-
nickng or just enjoying doing nothing with their free
But for other students who attend camps or who
have steadyjobs, the summer months are not always
a break. Freshman band member Jeffrey Pehl, who
attended his first year at band camp, feels that "sum-
mer camp gave us a fresh start in reaching our goals in
state, and it was worth attending."
Senior Tanya Hanhe remembers "when we went
through activities like the fair parade, I would think
back to how many times I had done this before, and
how much fun it has been. I also remembered that this
is the last time and tried to make it the best!"
For sophomore Marla Pohler, first year varsity
cheerleader, attending cheerleading camp was "an
experience I wouldn't have missed for the world. It
took hard work and preparation, but I felt that I gained
a lot of experience and more friends, and values for
myself." Marcie Jenkins, head cheerleader feels-that
summer time is busy. "Cheerleading is a lot of work
during summer planning for football season, and
preparing for camp. That's why when football
season's over it's hard to prepare for basketball,"
because there's not much time In between each sport.
Besides camps, other students have jobs that take
them out-of-town. Junior Jacky Bryson, was a welder
in Fort Stockton during the summer. "The reason I went
to work there was because my boss was a good friend
and it paid well. Even though my job was far away, I
wasn't homesick. I enjoyed the work so well that I
plan to go back this summer again."
For members of "Crystal Peak," a local back, sum-
mer time was just as much hard work as any other
time Junior Duane Weinheimer, "We would usually
practice 7 to 10:80 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday
nights, and whenever we found time. "At first it was
hard to get jobs, but we get calls so often now that
they're catching up with us and keeping us busy. We
can now book a full summer. We're hoping in the near
future to learn some new up-to-date songs, to regain
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"Brrinnng" "There goes thot dorn olorm ogoin." lt's 6:45 o.m.
ond the sun isjust beginning to rise os Amy Wieser STOFTS her doi-
ly routine. After o hurried breokfost she hitches o ride to school
with her dod.
lt's 8:30 o.m. ond Amy heods to her first closs - Americon
History. After cotching up on current events, it's off to Geometry
for her moth lesson. Then comes the strenuous port of the doy
os Amy joins the rest of the Freshmon Cond sometimes JV?
Boslsetboll teom in their proctice. Lunchtime - now she grobs o
bite to eot, only to be rushed off to bond reheorsol where she
ploys French horn in the Symphonic Bond. ln the fifth period of
the doy, Amy tokes Physicol Science closs, then improves her
linguistic skills with English l. "Ahhh, school is over." But the doy
for Amy isjust beginning.
After Amy finishes her ofter-school bosketboll proctice, she
gets her first reol breok of the doy, but only if she doesn't hove
ony sort of bond proctice.
After o full doy ond o revitolizing supper she slows down ond
prepores for the next doy by either studying or stretching ond
bending in gymnostics, jumping ond flipping on her trompoline,
reoding o book, perfecting her shore of the French horn ports,
odding onother doy to her eight yeors of piono experience, or
just wotching the tube.
On some doys of the week, Amy spends her lunch hour
representing her fellow clossmotes on the Student Council os
well os on the Bond Council. She is olso o member of the
"Messengers of Joy" youth choir ond ottends their proctices on
Despite her involvement in these new octivities, Amy hos o
stroight "A" overoge.
How is oll this possible? ln the words of Amy Wieser "Lots of
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- Bruce Kneese
'I already had a fl'iGHCl,
The Mesa surveyed freshmen but received only about 20 responses to the "Well, it hasn't happened yet, but in March it will be
120 forms distributed. Below are some of the answers,
How do you like being a Freshman? Did you feel lost?
"I love it! It has been my best year in school but I did feel
lost." - Tammy Ramsey
"I like it, but I can't wait 'till l'm an upperclassman. I don't feel
lost anymore." - Tracy Wicker
"I felt older. I didn't feel like an underclassman because I
wasn't treated like one." - Rhonda Lochte
What has made high school more fun?
"My friends, old and new." - Naomi Doak
"The Senior class." - Boogie Edwards
"All the people and being in FDS." - Tina Escamilla. '
"The upperclassmen. I enjoy them being there." - Kristi
Are you afraid of the upperclassmen?
"No, I think they have a lot of authority over us, but they are
also understanding." - Ramsey
"ln a way, yes, but not too much, I have a lot of friends who
are older and we really have great seniors this year. CMy
sister is a senior, so I already had a friend.D - Stephanie
"No, because I knew most of them before I came to high
school." - Boogie Edwards
What is the scariest thing that has happened to you since you came to high
"Walking down Senior HaII." - Doak Watts, Sheila Solbrlg
"Mid-term exams." - Edwards, Lori Weinheimer
"Meeting new people Cguysbf' - Connie Dryden
cheerleading tryouts. In Junior High hardly anyone came,
but here you try out in front of the whole student body." --
How does it feel starting over again as the underclassmen after being the
leaders on Middle School campus?
"You have to be a little nicer because everyone is older."
"Small" - Ramsey
"It's a big change, you're used to bossing everyone
Cunderclassmenb around and then you get over here and
you get a taste of your own medicine." - Wicker
Do you like dating one person seriously or more than one person?
"I really don't know. I guess as long as you like a person,
there is no reason to go out with anyone else." - Keller
Where do you like to go on dates?
"To a movie, then driving around." - Weinheimer,
"Pat's and coon hunting." - Lochte
"Out to eat and to a movie," - Edwards, Dryden
Do you feel that you are mature enough to handle drinking?
"Yes, but beer is not one of my preferences. Since I don't like
it, I don't have to handle it." - Weinheimer
"I'm not really certain. I think so because if I'm not really
hooked on it, l'm not going to get drunk." - Keller
"No one ever is mature enough to drink. It makes a fool out
of you and it hurts your body." - Doak
"Yes. Most of the time I know when to quit." - Edwards
Keeping a strong neck for safe plays, is Quintin Zoeller as he
prepares for the upcoming football season.
Although "freshmenitis" had struck most of these students, they seem to have gotten over it as activities for
spirit have begun, Here we see some of the freshman girls showing their crazy socks on "Sock it to 'em"
14 f Summer
F RESHMAN '82
Rose Marie Schmidtzinsky
Pictured above are: Tanya O'Neill, vice-president, Michelle Tatsch, secretary, Natalie Christian,
treasurer. Not pictured is Bert Borwise, president.
"Yeah . . .
we did it"
Bert Borwise leads the Freshman Class of 1981-62 as
President, along with Vice-President, Tanya O'Neillg
Secretary Michelle Tatsch, and Treasurer, Natalie Christian.
The Class of '85 is off to a good stan in raising money
for future events. According to Borwise, their bake sale
was their major money-raising project where they
earned 5600, Since such a large sum of money was raised
at their bake sale, Borwise and O'Neill both agree that
this will probably be their annual project.
Their sponsors - Diana LiUedhal, C. B. Chenault, and
Wilbert Seipp - help the officers make decisions
throughout the year. "At the beginning of the year it's
hard work. But it pays off and it's fun," said Borwise.
Their main goal for this year and the coming two years
is to make enough money to have a good prom, one to
remember, look back on, and say, "Yeah, we did that"
and be proud of it according to Borwise.
Both Borwise and O'Neill plan to run for class office in
Not pictured: Greg Arizola, Theresa Carter, Michael Castillo, FDoug
Crenwelge, Troy Escamilla, Darrel Fortler, John Hltzfeld, Reginald Klng,
Kimberly Laumann, James Lena, Mark Miller, Dwayne Patteson, Leon
Rivera, Scott Schumann, Martin Velo, Franklin Weber, Janis Wiley,
Dana Zimmermann, Sandra Bowling, David Weir, Jose Lemon, John
Valdez, Suzanne Hartmann, Eric Riddle.
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A 1: Senior Bobby Madrid rT'iUSf have realiy enjoyed the bar-b-que served by the
lunchroom on western day at FHS. A 2: Beth Edwards and Todd Stubbiefield enjoy
a fail afternoon by riding around on a motorcycle. A 3: Majorettes Regina Venus,
senior, and Gayle Wailendorf, junior, show their excitement as the Billies score
another touchdown. Watching the scoreboard are Stacey Garretson, Dana Burg,
and Donna Heinen. A 4: Senior rnajorette Stacey Keller does a routine at the State
Marching Contest held in Austin.
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pep rally ta show her spirit and pride in the Billie team. A 2: Senior majorette
Regina Venus, along with oil the other majorettes, did a routine using pom-
poms at a pep rally. A 3: During football season and marching season the feel-
ings of bandsmen, "FHS M," was written on everything from cars to windows.
A 4: Varsity football players, Wade Pseeh, Danny Flores, and Randy Zgabay
show their feelings while the Alma Mater is being sung after a football game.
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A 1: Senior Brion Moenius, 12, roises his orms high
signaling o gome-winning touchdown for the Billies
ogoinst South Son West os sophomore Ricky Loth
stonds omozed. A 2: Bennie Sanchez, 24, mokes the
finol move for the memoroble ond winning cotch ond
touchdown in the South Son West gome. The Billies
defected the Cougors 16 to 18 in the lost seconds of
thot gome for their first 13-AAA west zone win,
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Members of the 1981 Vorsity Footboll Teom ore 61st rowj Donny Flores, Ron-
dy Zgoboy, Roy Feuge, Dovid Herrero, Renee Avolos, Tony Foz, Luke
Morin, Bryon Kneesep C2nd rowb John Boll, Dorren Schneider, Shonnon Jung,
Henry Millsop, Morsh Weiershousen, Ricky Priess, Bennie Sonchez, Tommy
Brock, Donny Hodgesy C3rd rowj Corl Eckhordt, Douglos Behrends, Brod
Fulks, Jeff Londis, Keith Boeck, Brion Moenius, Roger Wendel, Ken
Weidenfeller, Joe Hohn, Eric Prottg C4th rowb Cooch Corlin Wicker, Jock
Toylor, Tobin Dovis, Greg Treibs, Chip Loth, Bobby Modrid, Chris Koderli,
Bryon Grono, Tommy Loth, Doryl Eckert, Cooch A. J. Loth, Cooch Jimmy
Win-Loss Records -
Pre-Season: 2-0-1 Zone: 7-0-O Play-off:
Scoring by Quarter: Fredericksburg: 0-0-1 Total: 9-0-2
Opponent: 90-85-62-93 330
First Downs: Rushing Yds, Carries:
Fbg. 213 Fbg. 3,132 yds., 569 carries
Opp. 110 Opp. 1,135 yds., 402 carries
Passing Yds. Passes: Fumbles, Lost:
Fbg. 716 yds. on 54-1107 Fbg. 48-29
Opp. 894 yds. on 67-186-20 Opp. 29-13
Penalties, Yds: Punts, Yds. Avg:
Fbg. 58-564 yds. Fbg. 27-844 yds. - 31.2 avg.
Opp. 73-618 yds. Opp. 61-1, 967 yds. - 32.2 avg.
John Ball 1476 yds. on 227 carries, 6.5 avg.
Bryan Grono 847 yds. on 153 carries, 5.5 avg.
Passing Stats: Kicking PATS:
Brion Moenius 52-100 for 690 yds., 6 int. Tony Foz 28 of 36
Bennie Sanchez 12 catches, 232 yds., 3 TDS
Robin Davis 21 catches, 168 yds., 1 TD
lnterceptions: Tackle-Asst Leaders:
Brion Moneius 4 Bryan Grona 68 T-65 A
Bennie Sanchez 4 Luke Morin 48 T-23 A
Tony Foz 3 Tommy Loth 46 T-40 A
John Ball, 31, swings for an opening as he holds the ball securely while Brian
Moenius, 10, watches close by.
Countdown . . .
winners to the
Sometimes, looking back on lt, the outcome of a season
can hinge on one game, and a game on one play.
Working together os a team - or like one big family, in
the words of one varsity player -- became a reality for the
1981 Billies in the South Son West game. This game seemed
to be the turning point for the whole seoson.
The Billies trailed 13 to 0 at half-time in that game. Senior
wide receiver Bennie Sanchez said, "We had a few
problems in getting things going during the first half, but the
coaches talked to us at half-time and we seemed to begin
to pull together."
Then in the third quarter John Ball scored the first
touchdown ond luck, Sanchez says, began to favor the
Then with the ball deep in their territory, the Cougars
decided to allow a safety. The free kick gave FHS the ball
and John Ball gave the team a much needed firstdown to
With time running out, "We needed one last shot - a
real gamble," Sanchez said. Only 13 seconds showed on the
clock as quarterback Brion Moenius threw for Sanchez in the
end zone. "l was going cqozy. I couldn't believe I caught itl"
The Billies had posted their fourth win of the young
season. But more than thot, they had pulled together as a
team and there wouid be no defeats for the '81 Billles.
Their practice, hard work, and efforts had paid off in a suc-
cessful season for the team members and the coaches. Their
enthusiasm and winning tradition carried over to the spec-
tators and helped bring the school and the surrounding com-
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dresses for the crowd in
the hall Friday before
the game, 2: Katie
Lachmiller and Leland
Geistweldt crown Erin
Queen 1961-1982, as
escort Craig Enderlln
stands by. A 3: Ray-
mond Munoz, Dave
Rogan, and Brady Alex-
ander pose for a rather
strange picture on dress
The people of Fredericksburg waited in the stands to hear
who would be Homecoming Queen for this year. The
crowds emotions were nothing compared ro the ecstatic
feelings of the nominees and their escorts. T
"When l heard my name I couldnt beiieve ir, sl was very
surprised. Through the rest ofthe night l couldnt concentrate
on the game or anything else going on, just what the future
had in stare for me," Sebera recalied. T g T
'live were all happy Erin got it, i think if youloak at henna
person who really cares about people, and haw theysteel
-4- she deserves the honor," said Marcie Jenlsinsinominee.
Pars Hall was donated for the Exes Homecoming coerce
after the game, andmony high school students attended.
Musicwas by "The Last Road to Texas Band," The admisfl
sion money made by the dance is used for next years
Homecoming parade prizes, but mostaf thelmoney ugaesfto
scholarships. The Queens flowers and crown' are 1 also
bought with the help of the dance money.l The nine on the
planning committee arranged the dance according to rradi'
tion, the dance is to join ex-students so they can discuss the
The committee is debating to move the dance to Satur-
day instead of the traditional Friday. This would enable
more exes to attend, since most iive out-of-town.
The game was a shut out of 43 to O, everyone on the
team was abie to play. lt was the type of game that should
go with Homecoming -- an easy winning game that
everyone was sure about.
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A 1. Junior, Thereso Durst shows her spirit ond enthusiosm
of the Sock Doy pep rolly. A 2. With o serious look obout
them, Seniors Brion Moenius, Tommy Loth ond other vor-
sity ployers dressed up for the Kerrville district gome pep
rolly. A 3, Freshmon Pep Squod members Mory Morin,
Lori Weinheimer, Scotti Burnett, ond Michelle Totsch do
the bunnyhop to the drum codence, A 4. Members of
the Pep Squod ore: Cfront rowj Sheilo Solbrig, Debro
Bristol, Erico Turrentine, Morgie Solinos, Yvonne Grote,
Sondro Hohn, Michelle Totsch, Tommy Weidenfeller, Cse-
cond rowj Tino Crenwelge, Stephonie Horvey, Lizzie Gon-
zolez, Anno Schmidtzinsky, Tino Durst, Morgie Hohn,
Audrey Zoeller, Tommie Duecker, Trocy Weidenfeller,
Peggy Jenschke, Cthird rowj Korlo Eissler, Judy Moellering,
Stocey Hortmon, Mory Jone Schmidtzinsky, Connie
Stevenson, Debro Kneese, Debro Brister Csponsorb, Alicio
Kromer, Shoron Long, Julie Engel, Kelle Hogel, Suson
Deike, Wendy lmmel.
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"You knooow what?" was a frequent phrase heard at
the pep rallies this year. But you know what else? The pep
rallies this year had a new twist. The Varsity football team
seating arrangement was changed to a "U" shape to try
to promote more spirit. The seating arrangement was
changed so that the varsity cheerleaders would be yelling
to the whole student body as well as the football team. ln
the past, the cheerleaders faced the football team only,
most of the time. This year the pep rallies were more ex-
citing because the whole student body did join in and par-
Senior captain Tommy Loth liked the new arrangement,
"Yes, l was able to see the pep rally in a completely dif-
Pep rallies are designed to involve the student body,
Pep Squad, band, and faculty in support of the Battlin' Billie
varsity football team. Although some stduents think it isjust
an early dismissal from school on Friday afternoons,
without the support and spirit the team would DOT feel as
though they were doing their duty, showing pride and
spirit in the school. Pep rallies are an important factor in our
school spirit and pride.
The Pep Squad is also designed to provide spirit and
back the football team. But yelling at football games and
pep rallies is not the only duty of the Pep Squad. The group
of 62 members, made up mostly of freshmen and
sophomores, participates at football, basketball games,
and sponsors the All-Sports Banquet. The group works hard
to prepare and raise money for the banquet, usually held
in late spring. Money raised at football games from selling
programs helps to narrow the S1200 fee for the banquet.
Karla Eissler, president of the Pep Squad, commented
that the squad was mainnly just a traditional thing except
for their new sponsor, Debra Brister. Coach Debra Brister is
a first year teacher from Angelo State University. She en-
joyed the sponsor and got along well with the members
The Pep Squad is planning to make 10 of the out-of-town
basketball games this year, five girls games and five boys.
They are trying to get involved in more sports activities.
Joining the Pep Squad enables a student to try out for
cheerleader in the upcoming years, and gives students a
chance to learn some cheers and chants. But it also enables
students to become a part of the pride and spirit of your
school and football team.
A 1. Charles and Beverly Haas show that their spirit ts behind the Billie
team as they give a pep talk at the Kerrville rally. A 2. Tommy Loth,
Drum Major or football captain? He directs the "Fight Song," Football
players were chosen as honorary drum majors at rallies. A 3. New Pep
Squad sponsor Debra Brister, looks as though she is enjoying the pep rally.
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Murphy, Renee Burg, Dono Demel ond Thereso Dursr ore soying os rhey sing
the Alrno Mater. A 2 Storing into the biozes of rhe bonfire, senior Kent Srehling,
ond freshmen Tommy Romsey keep the Hdeorh beer" for the Tivy Anflers.
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spreads to the occupants of the
end-zone seats who cheered the
Billies at the Fredericksburg-Tivy
game. 2 A Junior Varsity
cheerleaders this year were Ctop to
bottomb Denise Wallendarf, Deidra
Fulks, Cindy Kraus and Susie Burrer.
3 A Varsity cheerleaders Cleft to
rightj include Dana Demel, Marla
Pohler, Susan Murphy, Marcie
Jenkins, Theresa Durst and Renee
Burg, 4 A Number one - always is
how varsity cheerleaders Dana
Demel and Marcie Jenkins feel
about the Billies.
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The casual observer, cheerleading looks pretty
glamorous, and most cheerleaders will soy that it is fun to
be in front of the crowds, yelling for the team and keep-
ing spirit up, but cheerleading is also a lot of work.
lt's summer practices and after school practices and
night practices and baking cookies, cakes for the athletes,
making signs, going to Pep Squad meetings, working like
the dickens at summer camp, shin splints, hoarse voices,
near-frostbite or heat exhaustion.
Being a cheerleader is also expensive. There are extra
uniforms, game-day outfits to be purchased, as well as
the price of summer camp and the cost of incidentals like
paint, coke mixes, paper, markers, cookie ingredients --
the list goes on and on, While most of the squad wouldn't
complain, you often hear a cheerleader say, "lf
everyone only realized all that we do . .
Cheerleading duties don't end when football season is
over. Cheerleaders attend basketball games for both
boys and girls. Baseball games and track meets to do
their part to keep the Billies number one.
lA: Freshman cheerleaders this year included Nancy Hahn, Skotti
Burnett, Donette Knapp and Traci Wicker. 2 A: JV cheerleaders Susie
Burrer and Deidra Fulks cheer in the last few seconds of the game
against Marble Fslis.
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perform in the preliminories. A 2: Junior Bryan Davis performs as part of a duet
with Bryan Herbert while bond members display their skills in the background.
orth he eff rt
to be a part
of 'The Pride'
if ll Everyone, at or another, fra band
member complain about the short lunch periods and long
Monday night practices. This may seem like a lot of hassle to
the average student but, in the long run, band members are
glad they put forth the effort necessary to be a part of "The
Pride ofthe Texas l-liil Country."
This year, the band, under new director Darrell Gan, went
to the regional UIL Marching Contest in Hondo where they
received o "I" rating.jQr, , r ,
After receiving the f'i'? rating at the Hondo lieontest, band
members were given the opportunity to perform at the
State Marching Contest in Austin. Here, they got their chance
to prove that the extra time and effort does pay off. The
teamwork, discipline, and high goals of the band allowed
them to place second against 22 other AAAA bonds. The
score they received was an impressive 96 out of o possible
100 points. Georgetownptoced first. y or r
c gOt the five judgesrwifiol reviewed the Smith of
The University of illinois commented, "Very filriefbandl One
of the great high school bands I've seenQ They have
developed a style ati their own. They are very unique,
original, refreshing to watch and listen to. l congratulate
Band members are proud to say they are o part of the
Fredericksburg High School Band. They are proud of the uni-
ty and teamwork theygdispiay with each performance, As
senior Jon Crenwelgelxiommented, "lt was aiiotofiworlr, but
it was worth it. Everyone showed a lot of pride and did their
best. We knew the competition would be tough and
Georgetown would be there, so we worked harder and
built up our confidence. We were working for first piace, but
were satisfied with second place."
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A 1: Gino Brodshow, Mike
lsenburg, Lourie Bernhord,
Ruby Woters, John Vierus,
ond Dorren Jocoby show
their pride ond concentro-
tion os the bond morches on
the field ot the UIL Store
Morching Contest where the
group ploced second. A 2:
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driver before Ieoving for the UIL Stote Morching Contest. A 4: Corlynn Herbort,
Amy Zimmermonn, ond Deonne Kommloh ploy their port os the Sophomore Cioss
morches through the holl one Fridoy morning pioying "The Fight Song,"
A ir Tina Escamillo and
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moment to take a quick
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during the year. A 2:
Sato Stahlschmidt, Dale
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and Russell Eckhardt play
their best as the bond
performs at the concert
part ofthe annual turkey
dinner. This year 2666
plates were sold. A 3: To
raise spirit, the bond
plays many songs at pep
Marching . . . and
Band is unlike any other class. it requires a lot of time,
spirit, and devotion, and throughout the year, bond students
become one big happy family. Everyone learns to work
together in order to reach the goals which they wish to
Marching takes up a large part of band students' time with
sectionals, practices, and football games. Many times a
band student will have to give up his weekends or lunches in
order to practice music or marching.
Senior flute player Debbie Ernst says, "l don't mind Mon-
day night practices because l know we need them." But,
she also admits, "coming, in early at lunch can get old."
Long, exhausting bus trips are another part of band. There
are trips to football games and contests. During these trips,
everyone gets to know each other better. You find out who
likes M6M's, who drinks Dr Pepper, and who everyone's
favorite group is.
The UlL and State Marching Contests are only two of the
spine-chilling, nerve-racking functions that the band is involv-
ed in during the fall months. The annual turkey dinner, held
this year on Oct. 18, raises money to finance other functions
throughout the year. After all the turkey has been cleared
away, the band performs several numbers at a public con-
cert for the community. ,
The community is a great supporter of the band. People
are always willing to help finance the band's functions. The
community also gives its support when the band goes to
contests or has concerts by being in the audience to cheer
The bond is an integral part of football games, pep rallies,
and other spirit raising events. Senior varsity football player
Roger Wendel said, "The band is an important part of many
activities. They help give more spirit and everyone enjoys
P099 BY Tvmmy Xronwolgoi photos by Terr! Pitman. Bobby Mcbuniei. and Yvonne Velnhetmer 33
1 A Referee signals on Antler touchdown, in spite of
the ef-forts of Billie teom members Kevin Boeck,
number 41, ond Ricky Loth, number 11 to try to pre-
vent the score. 2 A Wade Reeh os he runs for six
b M 2A
34 I ran
CLeftD Members of the 1981 JV team include C1st rowj Scott Hartman, Stever
Sanchez, Andy Gomez, Bobby Arizola, Hank Edwards, Sammie Martinez, Rudy
Espinoza, Johnny Joe Valdez, Ricky Loth, C2nd rowj Allen Petsch, Troy Wanner
Keith Braeuer, Bill Sebera, Wade Reeh, Lonnie Jenschke, Bobby McDaniel
Kevin Boeclt, Neil Reeh, C3rd rowb Frank Lozano, Bartly Parker, Mark Eberle
Jason Lange, Kevin Straube, Robert Klaerner, Charles Olfers, C4th rowj Coacl'
David Mayfield, Kent Wahl, Dale Brodbeck, Lloyd Brodbeck, Keith Kozielski
Paul Lochte, Coach Calvin Yarbrough. A 21 With two Antler defenders hot or
his trail Ricky Loth tries to throw a pass during the Kerrville game. A 1: Morl
Eberle watches while teammate Rudy Espinosa meets on Antler head on,
As the season began the ouriooi-1 for the .l.V. team 'iwasn't too pro-
mising," Coach David Mayfield said, but when the season ended the
group had brought in a respectable 6-3 record.
Evaluating the season, Coach David .Maytieid praised this year's of-
fensive iine as "probably the best Vve seen in my five years at FHS.
"Those include tacl-ties Lioyd Btodbeclt and Robert Klaerner, guards Paul
Lochte and Maris Eberle. He also cited Ricky Loth, Wade Reeh and Rudy
Espinosa as leading ground-goiners,
Detensively, middle linebacker Moria Eberle, defensive tackle Bill
Sebera and Safety Brion Davis were the players.
"The defense allowed only seven touchdowns in eight games," said
Even so, Wade Reeh commented that the team "shauid've had a
better record. Coach Mayfield gave it all he had and maybe we
could've given a little more,"
in the season finale against Kerrville the leading rusher was Wade
Reeh with 117 yards an 19 carries. Kent Wahl was the ieoding receiver
with two receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown from Ricky Lath. That
touchdown was set up by a 30-yard pass from Lath to Wah! on third and
tang. 1 1
Overall, Coach Mayfield noted that he was proud to be a part of a
team that "hos come a iong way and made tremendous strides of im-
provement since 'iDay Cne' in August. i'rn extremely proud ofthe suc-
cess achieved by this year's team."
'This team has caused me to stay in coaching longer," he added.
The feeling was mutuai said rusher Kent Wahl, "l think that Coach
Mayfield has been the best coach so for in my footbali career,"
Sophomore Ricky Latin said, 'ii enjoyed the positions l played. And i
teaily was proud to be a part of the LV. team."
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Hondo 6 O
Marble Falls 6 12
South San West 24 6
Burnet 6 23
Brady 8 6
Uvalde 27 6
Kerrville 6 6
Southwest 21 12
1 A: "Do it this way," Coach Bonnie Rathke seems to be saying as he urges his
freshman players to execute plays correctly. 2 A: David Walch struggles
away from three Antlers to gain yardage during the Kerrville game, 3 A:
Terry Sanchez gets some blocking help from Greg Arizola and Wayne
Ransleben as he looks for some running room against the Antlers. 4 A:
Members ofthe 1081 freshman squad are Qfront rowb Regan Flory, Rob Spies,
Troy Patteson, Jeff Jung, Greg Arizola, Dan Vestal, Ramon Arizola, Ray Hart-
mann, Martin Cortez, Paul Jenschkep Csecond rowh Jody Clation, manager,
Jerald Jenschke, Ricky Frantzen, Terry Sanchez, Troy Escamilla, Renee Mar-
quez, Chris Bauer, George Koch, Bobby Joanson, Jeffrey Pehl, Mark itz, Cthird
rowb Ronnie lcke, manager, Brian Sagebiel, Jeff Johnson, Jack Schmid, Guen-
ther Sasko, Wayne Ransleben, David Walch, James Morquecho, Carl Straube,
Roger lcke, Coach Scott Calloway, ftop rowh Coach Bennie Rathke, Rodney
Dolgener, Lonnie Davis, Randy Glover, Jon Vik, Bert Borwise, Quenton Zoeller,
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defense. 2 A1 Concentrating on his team's performance, freshman coach Scott
Galloway finds a comfortable position to perform his coaching duties.
to bright future
The freshman football team had o winning season this
year with a 6-2-1 record. "Freshman football is the starting
point for all young men," Coach Bennie Rathke said.
Although some students may not keep up with the team,
the freshmen are supported by their classmates, parents,
"They improved every week by getting stronger," Coach
Scott Galloway said. Bath coaches agreed that some players
contributed much more than they seemed to be capable of.
The defense allowed only 'lt touchdowns in nine games
for an average at 7.9 paints per game. The offense scored
'lo touchdowns for cz 106 points total or 11.8 points per game.
Leading rusher for the season was Terry Sanchez. Also
contributing to rushing was David Walch and James Mar-
quecho. Leading in passing was quarterback Randy Glover.
The leading defensive players were Bert Barwise, Jerald
Jenschke, and Brian Eckert.
Coach Galloway said. "Their future should be bright if
they will work hard and stick together as a team."
Coach Rathke agreed, "i loved working with freshmen
this year. Their willingness to work and to be coached was a
Coach Rathke was proud of the way the team members
accepted the coaches' decisions and tried their best to make
them work. He says he has enjoyed his first year at FHS
coaching the freshman football team.
Freshman Bert Barwise said, "Being a high school football
player had more meaning to me than my seventh and
"Being able to start on both offense and defense was
special to me," said freshman Brion Eckert. Both players felt
that, "we didn't accomplish our goal of going undefeated,
but we have the ability ta do better."
Page by Susie Bum-r. Photos by Renee Fielder, Jack Taylor
Girls - First Ploce
District - Fredericksburg
88 X Fall
This poge, '1 A: Reody to stort, members of the girls cross country teom
begin the two-mile run ot the district meet. Set to begin ore Chrissy
Schmidt, Becky Dittmor, Suson Deike, Lisa Herzog ond Stephonie Jones.
2 A: Members of the cross country teoms include Cbottom rowh
Stephanie Jones, Becky Dittmor, Aliso Molechek, Chrissy Schmidt, Suson
Deike, Liso Herzogp Cmiddle rowb Chris Johnson, Terry Sonchez, Troy
Escomillo, Kevin Mo' 'rer, Tim Ager, Donny Sechristg Ctop rowj Johnny Joe
Voldez, Roymond Costillo, Curtis Totsch, Fernondo Colungo ond Jesse
Alemon. Cooch is Rick Wilson. 3 A: Giving it his oll ot the district meet is
senior Curtis Totsch. 4 A: Roymond Costillo finishes just oheod of o
member of the Crystol City teom. CRight pogeb 'I A: Effort is evident in
the foce of Chrissy Schmidt os she finishes the course. 2 A: As the boys
begin their run, sophomores Johnny Joe Voldez ond Roymond Costillo
stort in front.
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1 A Wizord Molcolm Coon, gives words of
wisdom to Bilbo, 2 A Adding the finishing
moke-up touches before the production
ore Troci Wicker ond Stephonie Jones. 3 A
Deep in thought is Helen Whetstone, the
Hobbit. 4 A Glen Dietrich crowns Stephonie
Jones ofter the treosure is captured.
410 X Fall
This year the drama department put a lot of time and
imagination into their fall production, "The Hobbit." The
play closely followed .l.R.R. Tolkein's adventure story.
with characters in the play that were everything from
dwarves to dragons to wizards.
"The main reason l chose The Hobbit was student
pressure," sold Laverne Loving, drama teacher. "The kids
really wanted to do it and they finally convinced me."
Dedication was a necessary element for everyone in-
volved. All members practiced at 6 am. every morning
before school, after school, and sometimes even during
Cost members included Helen Whetstone as Bilbo Bag-
gins fthe Hobbitb, Malcolm Coon as Gandalf, the wizardp
Glen Dietrich, as Thorin, leader of the dwarvesg Lora Lee
Blalock, as Gollumg Karen Verstuyft, as Bomburg Troy Her-
bort, as Bolinp and Tanya O'Niell, as Smaug, the dragon.
The play was about a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins
who went on an adventure with a bunch of dwarves and
o wizard to find a hidden treasure and slay an evil, fire-
breathing dragon named Smaug.
Special effects and costumes took up o lot of time. Cast
members had to get clothes together for costumes and
some outfits were made by mothers. Some were sewn
by the CVAE class.
The make-up was very special also. It included
everything from long noses to warts to hair on their feet.
1 A Thorin attempts to slay the dragon. 2 A lt takes o longtime in apply-
ing make-up to the goblins.
Page by Susan Murphy. photos by Jock Taylor and Bobby McDaniel f 41
A 1: While in Fredericksburg,
Nino enjoyed visiting the
Joponese Gorden behind the
Admirol Nimitz Center. A 2: Nino
odmires one of the mony plonts
which the Forobees have in
A 3: As one of the fomily, Nino helps with such chores os cleoning up ofter din-
ner. A 4: Being in o fornily otrnosphere is importont to Nino. Bottom row:
Shownine Forobee, Christine ond Lynn Longerhons, Stocy Forobee. Top: Jimmie
ond Lindo Longerhons, Nino Meusel, ond Jo ond Quinn Forobee. Nino stoyed
with the Longerhons fomily until Februory, then she moved in with the Forobee
A 1: Nina enjoyed
playing with her
family's three dogs
while she was living
with the Milton Jung
family. In Germany,
she was unable to
have pets because she
lived in an apartment
in a large city, A 2:
Christina de la Rosa,
although she did not
come to '
the Rotary Exchange
Program, did spend
one semester at FHS
while living with dis-
tant relatives, the Jer-
rell Sultemeier family.
A 3: Nina listens intent-
ly as American history
Galloway gives a lec-
ture on events which
took place during the
forming of the present
fifty United States.
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A touch of
Two exchange students from Germany, Nina Meusel and
Christina de la Rosa added a touch of real German culture to
our small German community.
Nina Meusel arrived from Heidelburg, Germany on August
25 and planned to go back sometime in July. She did not
have a chance to travel in the United States before coming
to Fredericksburg but hoped to visit California and Mexico
before returning home. She also hopes to visit the United
States again in the future. While in Fredericksburg, Nina
stayed with the Milton lung family, the Jimmie Langerhans
family, the Quinn Farabee family, and the Michael Penick
Nina's geography teacher first suggested the idea about
becoming an exchange student. Nina said, "ln geography
class we studied America. My teacher sounded so excited
about it that l had to see it for myself."
ln Germany students take 15 required classes plus any
electives that they are interested in. For Ninas electives she
took drama, French, and volleyball.
Nina said, "People in general are friendlier here than in
Germany, but it's hard to make close friends here because
they know you will be going back. When l first came here,
people watched me like l was a little exotic bird. I was
always afraid that l was going to do something wrong."
Nina plays flute for the Concert bnad. At first it was hard
for her to get used to the music played here because in Ger-
many they play mostly classical music. Nina commented,
"Although we play classical music in band, we listen mainly
to rock and pop. We almost never listen to country-western
music like here."
Nina belongs to Thespians and the German and Spanish
Clubs at FHS. She enjoys riding horses, which in Germany is
considered a "high society" sport, According to Nina, "lf you
have a chance to ride a horse in Germany, you usually ride
around in a small pen. You clon't get to ride out in the open
Nina misses the time that Germans take to discuss and
work out problems or situations. Here everything seems
rushed and people dan't make much effort to share each
other's problems, she said.
Another exchange student, Christina de la Rosa arrived
from Mainz, Germany not expecting to find a German friend
iiving in the same town. "Nina helps to keep me from miss-
ing my old friends," Christina said. She and Nina have
become very close friends.
While in Fredericksburg Christina lived with distant
relatives, the Jarrel Sultemeier family, whose son, Jeff, is a
Christina commented, "l wanted to came to America to
learn some other languages." She already speaks German,
English, Latin, and Spanish, Af FHS she was involved in the
Speech and Drama Club and Future Homemakers.
Christina went back after the first semester.
These two girls added a special touch of "Deutschland"
charm and reality to our small German community.
P090 bl! T0mmY Ctenwelge, photos by Tummy Crsnwelge, Bobby McDaniel. ond .lack Taylor
Junior Allen Pefsch is showing
sophomore Sommy Morrinez he
con shoot o coon between the
Persch squors in the bushes to woir for o herd of deer
ro cross his poth,
44 f Fnll
Morrinez ond Pohl ore wolking, ond hoping ro spot
o nice big buck for their kill.
The challenge of stalking, shooting, or rrcrppingiwilcl
gome is what makes the sport of homing fun:--5 ond
dangerous. 1 1 1 1 gc
lr con be os inexperfrslvewos fonflmprornpru drive
through rhelcoumryside looking forhcoons or cr meticulous-
ly planned week of deer writing in Coloroclo. Monyflocol
landowners leosel their lend fo humfersl Clflgii hundreds of
hunters ffrorrr Texas iond',1'our+of-store? iloocl info
Frerlericlssourgflrmovemijer whern deer season begins.
Forrnonyi dedlcoired homers, fo ooylbf hunting oeglrisg
or on eorlfy hour. Georililie binoculars, shellsg rlfleg knife,
ond lo rhermos of coffee ore gorhereorfondi il"Sil'i6"lgE'lfC
heodforrheblind. r f rr if 1 Mr
1 Someisrudenrsg soy :hor me rgeor rheyfkille ljs rough
cheoperrrhorfr meorgrboughr or the store, lfgrhe hrrnreriproi
cesses the kill himself. ff N 1 ll , , ' 1
r 'Nor only, do l go hurrrirlggfor' rlie meer, buf llrry roi
bring home rhe biggesr bool-r in rhe fomilyff sold junior
Kelrh Novion. ' r g g K r
Those people who go hunring for money go for the
rlngroil, roccoon, fox, ond other vormlnfs. Min order ro
rnolie Coon hunting pay off you hove ro have the right
things to hunt with like rrops, o coll, o good light, ond o
srrolghr shooting twenty-two rifle," sold junior Keith
Loumonn. The mojoriry of people who go homing rry to
hunt legally but there ore those who break the low by
food hunring ond sporllghring lllegolly.
Since there ore more ond more hunters every yeor,
the fines go up every yeor foo. First offense is 525 ro S200
ond 1 ye-or in jail ond the second is 51,000 ond 1 ye-or in
1: Sophomore Troy Pohl is checking o rrocls to see if he is srolking o buck
or o doe through this rough refrain. 2: Persch levels off for o big buck.
hoping he will get 0 kill for rhe doy.
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iiiii 'A A
1 A Areo postures ore often the spots for portying when the sun goes down. 2
A Chris Rees ond Alice Kluttz shore o Iough ot o potty ot the home of Eric Prott.
3 'A Dwoyne Weinheimer gets into the potty spirit while wearing o firemon's
hot. A A Cindy Krous, Monico Roberts ond Deidro Fulks ore obviously close por-
Having a party ---
Getting together with friends is how many weekends are
spent. Although occasionally people gather at Pars Hall,
sometimes they give ponies or go to the show, Living in a
small town allows much time to be spent with one's friends.
Parties such as the Stonewall Party ore well-planned and
organized. Qld and young attend this annual party. Families
of graduating seniors who are residents of Stonewall and
vicinity get together and sponsor the party.
Most parties consist of eating, drinking and conversation.
Although most of these parties are held in a pasture, ta
avoid disturbing residents in town, they are a way to get
together and spend time with classmates.
The most well-known kind of party is one that is organized
during the week and given on the some weekend. They
are-rl't well-organized but they break up the monotony of
the school week. lt seems that when people arrive at a por-
ty they forget all worries and end up having a good time.
As the school year ends there is one main reason for
celebration, Graduation. Spring and summer are the best
times to give a party although roaring fires offer a pleasant
1 A Eric Pratt cleans up after cz pany given at his home. 2 A Todd Stub-
blettelxsl seemsto agree with this phttgsglphyiahqqtihltfnselt. qt A ygteprntletrtch
thlnlaslof ways ra get out at his depressed mdadiand jlslnlih with bthets.
Photos by .lack Taylor. page by Tlfflnle George f 47
A 1: Freshman Angela Kaerner and
Pam Watts use teamwork to do on
assignment in physical science class. A
2: Senior Mike lsenburg uses precise
measurements in doing an experiment
to determine the boiling point of
trinitroluene, As a lab assistant, he is
responsible for aiding other students
with their experiments in chemistry
class. A 3: Spending long hours in the
library looking up information in various
resource books is a large part of writing
a research paper. Senior Mike Jung
works on his research paper which
deals with the Space Shuttle, a topic of
great interest today. A 4: A big part of
English class is spent doing vocabulary
lessons. Juniors Alynn Whitmire, Linda
Ottmers, Stacey Hartmann, and Laurie
Kozielski busily look up words in the dic-
tionary to broaden their use of the
English language. A 5: Biology teacher
Bennie Rathke supervises as
sophomore Michael Coon dissects a
frog. This type of experiment is popular
with those students who enjoy a
A 1: Sophomore Renee
Burg is prepored for o
busy night studying, A 2:
Freshmon Noncy Koderli
reods o book for her
book report. A 3: Senior
Koren Jenschke looks up
informotion to use in her
theme for English.
a necessity -
not a pleasure
After o summer of iozy doys by the pool, ofternoons of
soop operos, ond evenings out on the town with friends, it is
hord to get bock into the routine of studying. For the first few
weeks, most students put off studying untii the lost possible
minute. They oiwoys seem to find something more in-
teresting ond fun to do. Senior Denise Weirich soid, "i keep
putting off studying, first l hove to eot ond wotch television. l
usuolly stort studying oround 9:30 or so."
The first big tests thot students ore toced with comeot the
end of the first six weeks. Although not oll teochers give six
weeks tests, most students con count on hoving ot leost one.
Six weeks tests, however, do not compore with semester
exoms which usuolly include information thot hos been
covered from the beginning of school.
Most students woit until the night before the big tests to
study. They stoy up lote cromming for the tests ond ore
usuolly so exhousted thot they do not do their best. The few
students who study in odvonce do much better becouse
they ore more refreshed ond oiert. Senior Donno Dryden
temorked, 'ii olwoys crom the night before, but l moke sure
thot l hove everything written down together so l don't
hove to look for it." Senior Re Nee Belcik soid, "l try to study
oheod of time. it reoliy helps."
Juniors ond seniors ore foced with onother big project,
reseorch popers. Reseorch popers involve drogging home
mony, mony books from which to get informotion. ln rnony
coses, students will hove to stoy up lore the night before the
poper is due to finish rewriting it ond to odd the finishing
touches. Junior Rondy Stehling commented, "l finished mine
o little eorly. l thought it wos eosy until l got my grode
A speciol ond fun touch to leorning is dissecting onimols
ond doing experiments in science closses. Biology teocher
Bennie Rothke soid, "By dissecting onimols it's eosier to ieorn
the ports of the body ond their functions in relotion to the
humon body." According to chemistry teocher Dovid Hopf,
"Students Ieorn o lot obout lob chniques by doing ex-
periments. lt gives them procticol experience in doing whot
they ieorn in the textbook."
Dovid Moyfield's government ciosses ploy "Jeopardy" to
odd excitement. it provides o chonge of poce ond breaks
the monotony of listening to lectures. lt olso helps his
students review for the tests. Moyfield odmits, "lf the score
gets reol lopsided with one teom woy oheod, l usuoily do
something to even it out. Thot woy one teom doesn't just
d Although studying isn'ttun, it is o necessity ond must be
done ot some time.
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1A: Brendo Long checks our o customer or H.E.l3. 2A: Eric Filter shows 0
customer o poir of men's ponrs or Sterling Bros. SA: Diono Sonchez, sophomore,
rings up o torol for o grocery order. She works or Hondy Andy. 4A: Becky Srehl-
ing, employed or Knopp 6 Metzger Deporrmenr Store, punches in o price of o
School jobs . . .
Work is a students major source of income, once he 1 she
enters high school. Many students agree that a job takes up
o lot of free time, but having a job also helps students to
meet people and get a useful learning experience.
Distributive Education students agree that the program
helps them out a lot. They receive credits for work and can
receive more hours at work by getting out early from
There are disadvantages and advantages of having an
after-school job. Senior Becky Stehling, ct D.E. student who
works at Knapp F: Metzger Department Store, said "going to
work after fourth period cuts down on the time for after
school activities, such as pep rallies and assemblies." She
likes her job because she gets a discount an the things that
she buys there.
Senior Eric Filter, who works at Stehling Brothers and is also
in D.E., explained the disadvantage of his job. He corn-
mented, "l dislike having to get up an Saturday morning
and ga to work after having a Friday night on the town."
Junior John Foilis has an advantage to look forward to
while he is working at l-l.E.l3. When he graduates he may be
transferred close to the college he will attend. But his disad-
vantage is not having enough time to do his homework
assignments. .lohn is not in a work program. S V
Sophomore Diana Sanchez works at Handy Andy from
after school to approximately 9:15 pm. She said, 'il like my
job because l make pretty good wages and l always have
money available to buy whatever l need." She is not in a
work program this year but plans to get into one in the
Brenda Lang who also works at H.E.B. has a few advan-
tages and disadvantages about her jab as a checker. The
main advantage is when she graduates she will have a
leave of work until January and will then be transferred to a
store in San Marcos. This enables her to keep her job and go
to college at the same time. Brenda said, "My one disad-
vantage is trying to plan my schedule for the upcoming
week because l never know what my work schedule will
After-school jobs can be a time consuming project for a
-high school student, trying to keep up with school work and
keeping you mind on your job. Although having a jab may
be an advantage for money, many jobs can be a disadvan-
tage for free time.
M: John Foliis helps out a customer while he works at his afternoon job at
H.E,B, 2A: Alice Kluttz ls shawn here at her morning job taking a cbc. She
works at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. I l
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A11 Senior Jeff Sulremeier posses our o bulletin to junior
Polly Romsey before church services ot the Holy Ghost
Lutheron Church. A21 Senior Lori Pohler tokes time to
kneel ond proy ofter going to confession.
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Romsey, John Follis, freshmon
Tommy Romsey, ond senior Jeff
Sultemeier sing in o choir ot
church. 55 Choirs odd o nice
touch to church services.
Freshmon, Sherrie Jung, middle
school student, Shoron Jung, ond
sophomore, Koren Arizolo sing
every Sundoy ot Soint Mory's
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Bross ensembles like the one thot Wilburn Meier ond junior
Donny Sechrist ploy in ore populor in mony churches. This one
is ot the Methodist Church. V
Ai: Junior Bryon Dovis
reads a passage out of
the Bible at the First Bap-
tist Church. A21 Junior
Stephen Fiedler and
senior Debbie Ernst por-
ticipoted in the Lutheran
Coronation, an annual
event that raises money
for charity. 43: Seniors
Teresa Torez, Scott
Verstuyft, and Jon
Crenwelge listen as their
Sunday School teacher,
Mrs. Sauer, gives o
Not wrong . . .
. . . just different
Differences of opinion about religion are caused by
parents' belief, along with habit.
Some students feel that going to church every weel-1 is im,
portant. "Going to church every week is important because
it's o good way to listen to Gods ward, and nobody can get
enough of Gods word," said senior Bryan Herbort.
Other students feel that going to church regularly is not
very important. 'dust going to chuch doesn't make o person
'good' or 'bod' -- it's the frame of mind in which you attend
church that is important," said one student. "Although l don't
go to church on a regular basis, l do believe in God and en-
joy reading the Bible, and find it interesting. l don't believe
that a persons soul will 'go to hell' after he has died, just
because he has done something 'wrong' l'm sure that all
people have done more 'good' things than lbad'," said
senior Alice Kluttz.
Many students attend CCD Ciiathoiic Catechism Doctrinei
or Sunday School. ln these classes, they learn such things as
the importance of the mass and sacraments, things about
iife, drugs, and sex. They also take up in depth Bible study.
YOU Ctauth Organization Unitedi, Luther League, and
CYO CCathalic Youth Organization? provide entertainment.
These groups have various sports activities, fund-raising
events, camps, conventions. and summer trips.
A popular choir for students is the Messengers of Joy-. This
group sings at the different churches in the community, for
the l.ion's Ciub Christmas program, and for several other
groups. "This group is beneficial because it teaches you to
get along with others, and shows you that other churches
are not wrong, just different," said senior Debbie Ernst.
One of students' favorite church services is the Christmas
mass. "Christmas means the start of new beginnings tar peo-
ple in love and friendship. lt also brings people together to
shore the thing which is dear to them: life," said senior Jeff
Knapp. Others prefer Easter. 'Easter is the time of Jesus'
death, which is when l-le saved the people on Earth,"
remarked one student.
Students begin to get involved in community services
through church. "We help clean the cemetery and raise
money for the church," said junior Alicia Kramer.
Junior Dana Burg said, "l visit elderly people Cnot
relatives? at the nursing homes. l write letters for them and
help them with other things that they might not be able to
do for themselves."
Whether because of parents' influence or whatever the
reasons may be, students at FHS do get involved in church
activities and community services.
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1A: Asking questions ond finding onswers in col-
lege cotologs is senior Mike Jenschke. 2A: Senior
SWT Bobcot fons Suson Murphy ond Koren
Jenschke don't mind showing their Ioyolties. SA:
Senior Tommy Loth looks oheod for whot the
future might bring him. 4A: Juniors Beth Moehle
ond Shonnon Jung seem to be making eorly plons
for their college coreers.
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A1: Seniors Charlotte Meier and Dana Demel look over pamphlets and
catalogs. A21 Senior Tiffinie George discusses her future plans with counselor
Finding a home
away from home
To all seniors, things seem to take on the "this is the last
time" feeling. For those involved in sports, the last game or
meet was both o happy and depressing event. After thir-
teen years of school, it is hard for seniors to realize they are
finished, unless college or technical school is in their future.
Many students have already made plans for their future
- plans which include going to college or a technical school.
These plans usually include taking the tests such as the ACT or
SAT, filling out applications for different schools, and filling out
forms for loans, scholarships, and grants. Technical schools
are designed to offer a chance for a student to be able to
leave the school within a matter of months, and be filled
with knowledge and understanding and training for a start-
ing position in o career.
A college day on campus is usually in order for college
bound students where the prospective student can get a
taste of what college life is all about. The day starts off with
registration, and goes through campus tours providing the
student with opportunities to meet with counselors from
various departments for further information, and get ac-
quainted with the campus.
The college day, designed for the prospective student, is
an important step in the college-bound students' education
far college life.
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Fredericksburg High School hos o new Superintendent,
Robert Coster. He believes the students of Fredericksburg ore
reolly greot. Mr. Coster tries to visit the compuses os much os
Superintendent Coster uses the resources of the progrom to
build the best educotionol system conceivoble. The resource of
the system is notjust money, the foculty is considered one olso.
The boord ond he go through mony steps to determine whot is
tought from kindergorten to twelfth. When the budget for the
school yeor is developed ond given to the principol, it is the
5uperintendent'sjob to see thot it is followed, The effectiveness
of the budget is meosured throughout the yeor to keep it up to
Mr. Coster hos o wife ond two children, one is twenty, ond
the other is twelve. They now live in Fredericksburg.
He believes, thot the city ond the school support eoch other,
ond thot they need to work together for o better community.
The school hos given Fredericksburg o reoson to be proud of
the younger generotion, ond the city hos given the students
something to look up to.
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Members of the 1951-52 Boord of Trustees include Csirtingl were Kermit Kothe, Rev.
Chorles Mohr Cboord presidentb, Koren Crenwelge: CstondingD Don Fishel, Alton
Klier, leon Wieser ond Kenneth Lindig.
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to right: Lynn Stroube, Mono Con-
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Donno Stoudt, Irene Loth. 2: Newly-hired
business monoger Wondo Tolosek checks
0 computer print-out of budget items. 3: Mr.
Gary Herbort guides the curriculum develop-
ment ofthe schools.
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1A Getting the kids used to the "out-of-doors" I f,L f
Ecology teacher Hubert Nixon shows them
around. 2A Showing different types of art to
her art students is Barbara Pratt.
What do you think F.H.S. students have gained from high school?
They've learned to be very caring toward each other and have learned how to be responsible adults. They've also learned
good-sportsmanship through our outstanding athletic program. Ann Henk
They've learned to have a sense of responsibility! Once you have that, you've got it all. Les Phillips
Hopefully, they have acquired skills and gained experiences that will be beneficial to them in the future. Rex Glover
They've gained a better education by going to FHS, but they have led such a sheltered life at a smaller school that will hurt
them. Since we're not a big school they won't be as able to excel as much in their own talents, Pat Gamble
Concerning the students l've had in class, I feel they've gotten a good all-round education to prepare them for college. I feel
they'll be able to cope with the outside world because of the student-teocher rapport. Dr. David Hopf
James Baize, Principal
Bill Brisbin, Building Trades
Sandy Brisbin, Business English,
Shorthand, Eng. lll
Debra Brister, Varsity Track, JV
Bruce Burns, Spanish, English
C. B. Chenault, C.V.A.E.
Cathy Collier, Comet, Mesa,
Marialyce Dittmar, H.E.C.E.,
Betty Eckert, CVAE
Scott Galloway, Varsity Basketball,
Tennis, American History, Free
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Missy Lonhom, Homebound
Dione LiUedohl, Heolth Coop
Dione Linder, V.O.E. Coop
Not Pictured, Ann Henk, School Secretory
Jonice Longerhons, School Secretory
Rex Glover, Assistont Principol
ltpg , M as n ' 1 I,
James Baize brings
new ideas to offlce
Jomes Boize o new principol is bringing new ideos into the
office this yeor
Mr Boize groduoted from Southwest Texos Stote University
with his mosters in Administrotive Educotion
His moin gool wos to build o better student teocher ropport
this yeor Does he believe he brought this obout? Yes I feel
we strengthened the ropport Our moin concern is the student
ot this school ond we wont to moke leorning more en
joyoble sold Mr Boize
Mr Boize hopes thot this school yeor hos brought obout
more concern for the individuol student lnsteod of not knowing
very rnuch obout the student the office hos tried to reolly get
to know eoch person in order to give the best of ottention so
thot the student con do his best
Pot Gomble, Vorsity Girls Bosketboll,
Dorrell Gon, Bond Director
Roger Green, Vocotionol
Ty Grubbs, Resource
Beverly Hoos, Geometry, FOM ill, IV
Chorles Hoos, Algebro lll-lV,
Dovid Hopf, Chemistry, Physicol
Jerry Jenkins, Choir
Tony Knopp, ICT
Lindo Longford, VOE, VOE Coop
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60 f Faculty
with colleges, careers
Experience and an emphasis on academic excellence
typify the two-person counseling team - Leslie Phillips and
Mr. Phillips is a fifteen-year "veteran" of FHS who receiv-
ed his bachelor's degree in education from Texas AGM
University before studying counseling for o year at the
University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Phillips taught here three
years before becoming a counselor. He prefers it becouse "I
enjoy the responsibility and working with the students."
Completing her sixth year here, Mrs. Cheatham is a UT-
Austin graduate who got her counseling training at Texas
AGM. She said that "the students here make myjob fun."
"Most graduates," Mrs. Cheatham said, "have an above-
average basic foundation, proven by their performance on
the college level. The only lack I see is the low motivation
on the part of most students to learn while they have access
to caring, skilled teachers and free public education."
One way that the counselors work with this problem is to
see every student at least once every year that they are in
high school. This is in addition to appointments that students
may seek for themselves.
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Going over a change in a student's class schedule is only one of the respon-
sibilities involved in counselor Les Phillips' job.
What is your pet peeve?
Students who do something else other than listening dur-
ing a lecture. Hubert Nixon
Students who don't try and don't care about their work. It
bugs me to see a student whojust doesn't carejimmy Marshall
I don't like when my students do not stay in their desks,
but get up and roam around and hang out the door.
When a student cuts class for no reason at all, and when
they don't care about whot's going on ln class, and when
A. J. Loth
Persons missing class when they really don't have a
reoson. And when their parents don't even care if they at-
tend school or not. My reoson for feeling this way is because
when I was in school from first grade to my senior year, l
never missed a da
girls brush their hair in my class.
Y' David Mayfield.
A. J. Loth, American History,
Varsity Football and Track
Jimmy Marshall, Health, Drivers
Ed., Varsity Football and Track
Dovld Mayfield, Govt., World
Geography, Varsity Baseball,
Carol Meier, Band Director
Hubert Nixon, Physics, Ecology,
Diane Ohlenburg, English I,
Language Arts I
David Osborne, Consumer
Math, Algebra I-ll, Intro
Karlene Ottmers, English I, ll,
Language Arts ll
James Pape, English ll, Ill,
Language Arts lll
Barbara Pratt, Art I, ll, Ill, IV
1A: If the cot thot ote the conory
had o beord, he probobly would
bok like moth teocher Dovid
Osborne os he expresses his delight
in o student's onswer to his ques-
tion. QA: School secretory Ann Henk
hos become legendory ot FHS for
being o problem-solver, shoulder-
to-cry-on ond oll-oround friend to
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Les Phillips, Counselor
Bennie Rothlse, Biology, Freshman
Footboll, JV Boslsetboll
Henry Roos, Auto Mechonics
Jock Schonduo, Computer Moth,
Intro Algebro I-ll
Wilbert Seipp, Colculus Trig ond
Bob Semmler, Typing
Jo Ello Sif-ford, Home-moking, Sing.
Surviol, Child Development
Denise Stehling, Vocotionol
Eorl Stobough, D.E.
Lindo Treibs, Algebro I-ll, Geometry
Albert Usener, Vocorionol Ag. lV
Corlin Wicker, Athletic Director
Rick Wilson, Applied Physicol
Colvin Yorbrough, Accounting, PE,
JV Footboll, Freshmon Bosketboll
. . . not this time
Brother and sister, some age and grade, some parents and last
name but not identical are Deidra and Brad Fulks. The twins were
born December 14, 1965, 10 minutes apart, Brad being born first.
"Being a twin is not really any different than having any other
brother or sister except that we are in the some grade," Deidra
said. "There is really nothing bad about being a twin, except not
knowing what it's like to have on older brother or sister. One of
the go-od things about being twins is that it has probably made us
closer to each other. lt's also convenient having Brad at school
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with me because he's smarter and can help me."
"Our parents don't play favorites. If she gets something, so do
l," Brad said. "The worst thing about being twins is the fights and
disagreements. The best thing is that we can help each other. If l'm
not at school she can get the assignments for me and help me if
she's ahead. Also, we get to go to the some places and have to
be in at the some time." '
The twins both feel that they do compete to some extent.
Especially in school work and sports.
There are minor conflicts when they date someone that he! she
doesn't approve of. "I usually give him a hard time, but he
doesn't listen to me anyway. lt doesn't really bother me." ex-
"I tell her not to go out with him. But she does what she wants."
It is common for twins to have some sort of ESP with each other.
Both Deidra and Brad claim they have experienced this
phenomenon. "Deidra was trying to think of what we could get
our dad for Christmas and I walked in and asked the some thing."
explains Brad. "Sometimes we can be in different rooms and
come in the same room saying the some thing or singing the some
words. And sometimes we think the some things at the same mo-
ment." Deidra commented.
Being twins will probably have a lasting effect on the both of
them. Deidra says, "We will probably be closer." "We share a lot
of problems." said Brad.
Driving . . . a new responsibility for sophomores
A Mesa survey of sophomores was token in February of1982. The following
statistics came from this survey:
Number of drivers
Hardship licenses . . ' I t . .
Regular licenses ............
How do you get to school?
Ride the bus .............
Drive themselves ............,........................
Catch a ride ........................................
Number of students who were excited about getting a license
Scared about driving test ...............................
Number of sophomores who have been in wrecks ........
The six most wanted cars by sophomore students are the following:
4-wheel drive pick-up
Were you scared when you took your drivlng test. or do you think you will
. 382 No, it I was scored, I wouldn't take it." - Sanders
. 211, 'il probably will be. The word 'test' is what really scares me." - Letty
. . . 17'Xs Mendiola
"Yes. Because I might not get it the first time." - Darren Herber
. 247s "I wosn't real scared, just mostly nervous, I was afraid I'd have a wreck or
. . . 312 something." - Stacey Eckert
. . . . 412 "No, I won't be afraid because it is something I know I can do and I really
. want to get a license," - Chris Wendel
. . . . . , . 482 "Yes. Because that man kept looking at me." - Shelly Schuleter
. 462, "I know I will be. I'm16 and I could get my license, but I don't feel that I'm
really ready. I can't parallel yet." - Angela Ray
Where ls the fltst place you drove. or want to drive?
Comoro "I drove on o country road." - Letty Mendiola I
porsche "To our ranch, so my father could rest on the way." - Darren Herber
gporrs Cor Cin ge,-rerely "To school, because I was Iate." - Bobby McDaniel
Musfgng "To Austin for my sister's birthday." - Ronald Thomas
Meme Coflo "On the beach to show the guys." - Mickie Helm
Dees ir make vor, nervous re drive with your porenrs? "Up and down Main Street to show everyone that I'm driving." - Robin
"Yes and no. My mom is o pretty good driver. My dad scares the tar out of Ogles ,
meg' - Sfocey Sonder-S Are you allowed to drive out of town by yourself or with friends?
"Sometimes my dad drives like a madman and he does some stuff "Yes, but OUIY with friends Of Oduhs-H - Stacey Sondefs
Wrong." - Chris Wendel "I am allowed to go with friends but we all have to take on the
'-yes' because I Cerfr drive like I Worrr roy - John Views responsibility of acting like mature young adults." - Mendiola
"My parents Ore back Sem drrverslff - Denrse Derke ':No, my parents say I should wait until I'm older." - Stacey Eckert
"No. Because they're calm and they trust me as much as I trust them." -- x NO' mY CO' Won f moke if tho' f0"'H - Thomos
gerrdre Honsen "Yes, my parents trust me and then I can go shopping." - Sandra Hansen
"Sort of. Because lfeel like my mom will say 'You can't drive . . . no more
driving for you.' Cl'm a horrible driver.J" - Angelo Ray
"No. They've always been there to comfort me." - Renee Burg.
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Corsage sales, spirit chains put sophs ahead
Concession stands and corsoge sales in the fall kept the
sophomores busy raising money for the prom they will be
financing next year asjuniors. Usually every year each class
hos money-making closs projects,
"I feel that this year our projects have been real successful
and I have liked selling the flowers, I think our projects have
been pretty good ideos and our class seems to enjoy them
pretty much. We don't seem to have much trouble getting
people to help sell or raise money that we need, and that's
real comforting to us to know that our class works well
together, says class president Ricky Loth.
"It doesn't matter if you're on officer or not, everyone
contributes some for everything. Sure there's going to be
some people in your class that do not always help out with
everything but we seem to always come through. Our class
comes up with pretty good ideas and that helps us officers
outa lot," said class vice president Brad Fulks.
The Sophomore Class is an active class. "I very much en-
joy working with this bunch of kids," said one of the class
sponsors, Charles Haas, "I like to watch them work, because
they use their ideas and work very well together.
Spirit is good among the class members and their pride
shows with us coming in second in the spirit chain contest dur-
ing football seoson. "I really feel that the sophomores enjoy
their classmates, and they really enjoy working together. I
also feel that the sophomores are doing so well that they
might not have to sell everything that the juniors sold this
yeor in order to pay for their prom," said Mr. Haas.
The Sophomore Class sponsors this year are: Charles Haas,
Scott Galloway and Diane Ohlenburg.
The Sophomore Class officers this year are president Ricky
Loth, vice-president Brad Fulks, secretary Lynn Langerhains,
and treasurer Amy Zimmermann.
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Sophomore class officers for
198 62 year are: Lynn
Langerhans Brad Fulks, Ricky
Loth Amy Zimmermann
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1 A: Snow falls on the Primary School playground making a peaceful wintry scene. 2 A: Monica Roberts,
Melinda Burnett, and Cindy Krausjog during the light snow. C3 A1 Kristi Ellebracht bundles up as the snow
blows by her. COpposite page? 1 A Smiling and watching the snowfall is Freshman Dan Vestal. 2 A Little
Red Riding Hood? No, just Coach Scott Galloway trying to get to his classes on time. 3 A A combination of
summer and winter are shown as Freshman ,lan Ohlenberg and Tommy Romsey make their way
through the snow. 4 A Snow flurries fall on Fredericksburg High School making it look like a winter
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68 f Winter
Hard work pays off at
youth stock show
1 A: Melindo Burg ond Andreo Jenschke pol oround together ot the Iocol stock show Jon.
15-16. 2 A: Junior Becky Adoms prepores her sheep for judging. 3 A - Senior Doug Ed-
words puts the finol touches on his Grond Chompion Steer which won the show. Edwords
wos also o winner ot the Son Antonio Livestock Show ond Rodeo in Februory,
Every yeor in Jonuory 4-H ond FFA students begin reodying
their onimols for the stock shows oheod. Actuolly toking core of
the onirnols ond troining is o yeor-round process.
The 1982 5Oth Annuol Gillespie County 4-H ond FFA Livestock
Show ond Auction wos held Jonuory 15-16 ot the Gillespie Coun-
ty Foir Grounds. According to Roger Green ond Albert Usener,
Vocotionol Agriculture teochers, there wos o lot more entries
this yeor ond the show is getting much more competitive.
ln oddition Mr. Green sold, "thot judging is just one mon's
opinion, o steer moy do lousy ot one stock show ond win the
next, thot's the purpose of going to different stock shows."
The stock shows thot the FFA ond 4-H students porticipote in,
other thon Fredericksburg, ore Kerrville, Fort Worth, Son An-
tonio, Houston ond Son Angelo.
Some of the top winners ot this yeor's stock show were Doug
Edwords, Chompion steer of the showy Douglos Behrends won
grond chornpion gilt of the show ond chompion heretord steer,
he olso received the swine showmonship ond won reserve
chompion crossbred rnorket steer. Kenneth Grobe won the
sheep showmonship oword ond John Kost won the junior
showmonship oword sponsored by the Hill Country Cowbelles.
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Nothing con top the
feeling you get
when you ore port
of o group working
for o common gool
even when you
don t ochieve it
Girl cagers fall
one step short
of zone title
70 f Winter
Hoys Consolidated 52 42
Kerrville 47 494015
Son Morcos 34 56
Kerrville C99 44 CO.T.D
Lornposos 51 39
Llcno 49 47
Burnet 4.3 44
Hoys 56 37
University High 46 48
Westwood 45 34
Jefferson Moore 44 37
'West Compus 56 31
St. Gerords 53 31
New Brounfels 40 36
Boerne 37 39
'Crustol City 81 16
'Uvolde 72 43
'Southside 65 22
'Southwest 66 34
'Pleosonton 43 46
'West Compus 54 53
'crysmictty 49 39 A 1 Eyeing the boil, 32, Donno Heinen roces to stop this Pleosonton Eogle ployer, A 2 "Hey you're not
'Corfiw Springs 64 30 going anywhere!" this seems to be whot 40, Erin Seoero, is thinking os she stops this Eogle ployer.
'Uvolde 65 30
'Southside 64 32
'Southwest 59 38
'Pleosonron 41 54
' denotes west zone gomes
With but one chance left to force Pleasanton into a zone
playoff game, the varsity fell just short of their goal.
"We were beating them fair and square in the first half, we
made them play our type of ball. But the second half went a
little wrong. We didn't do what coach said we needed to do to
win, we beat ourselves, Pleasanton didn't," said junior player
Even though they didn't repeat a zone champions, the Bat-
tlin' Billie girls proved they were tough opponents as their zone
record had 12 wins and just 2 losses, both to the Eagles. "Every
team in the west zone felt FHS had the best chance to pro-
gress," said Coach Pat Gamble. Each zone team wanted this
well-disciplined team to go on to represent the district, she felt.
"We strove to play a type of basketball that was clean yet
hard-played," said Marcie Jenkins, senior. This was quite true as
the girls always heard their coach saying, "lt's all in the state of
mind, playing smart basketball." Pushing and shoving wasn't
As the season finally closed the team witnessed coming so
close just to fall one step back.
The individuals gained respect for each other, learned to
play as a team, take a challenge, learn to win and learn to
lose. Coach Pat Gamble taught them all she knew in her three
years at FHS, these lessons the basketball team would value all
through their lives with different types of "teams" So, as the
seniors and Coach Gamble leave, they can look back on this
past season and know this Billie team was a step ahead
because of their winning pride.
A 'iz Fast-breaking down the court for two is 31, Marla Pohler, 30 Ann McBryde, 44 Carrie Ottmers, A 2:
front row: Pot Gamble, Erin Sebera, Ann McBryde, Elizabeth Davis, Kathy Davis, Becky Dittmar, standing:
Marcie Jenkins, Susan Murphy, Holly White, Sandra Hahn, Donna Heinen, Alynn Whitmire, Carrie Ottmers,
Marla Pohler, A B: As Coach Pat Gamble paces up and down to work out a new strategy, her players
keep an eye on the game. A 4: Going up strong to score two points is Alynn Whitmire, junior letterman,
Page by Marcie Jenkins, photos by Jack Taylor, Bobby McDaniel
We did prove
thot we hove
teom ond we
roused o few
A 2: Looking like he's helping the ployers with o little "umph"
Cooch Scott Gollowoy gets on ofter school proctice going while
JV cooch Bennie Rothke looks on. A 3: Tropping this Eogle ployer
into o srnoll corner ore Trevor Kott ond Ricky Loth.
team with pride
F.H.S, them F.H.S. Them
Cowon 55 49 Boerne 47 72 Uvolde "' 48 36
Lonwposos do 59 Southwest ' 51 47 Southside ' 77 6O
Smnhson VC'HeY 57 64 Boerne 51 57 Southwest 60 50
Boeme 57 71 Lomeso 45 65 Pleosonton ' OQ 63
I-GOOGGY 59 63 Eostlond 62 44 West Campus ' 47 62
BUVVWGT 88 45 Woco 64 82 Crystol City ' 66 37
Moson 32 34 Lomposos 69 59 Uvolde ' 30 AQ
l-'Ono V Forfe-it West Compus ' 55 85 Southside 115 71
SVWTOUIOV1 Q7 90 Crystol City " 7G AQ Corrizo Springs 52 72
ono Forfeit ' ' "
Son Amonio Cole 58 50 Corrizo Springs 67 70 Southwest 70 40
They come olive running down the court with lightning
speed grobbing the loose boil, then, suddenly the Billie bosket-
boil ployer wos miroculously tronsformed into his idol Rolph
Sompson of Virginio University. With the boil hot in hond, he
jumps with the energy of o rocket thrust to dunk the boll for
onother smooth two points to odd to o victory.
In reolity the boys boslsetboll teom wosn't exoctly the Somp-
son type but they were ofired-up, determined boslsetboll
teom, ond one of the best teoms in the 18-AAA west zone, ln
mony close gomes the boys pulled o victory from the lost few
seconds of the gome.
The storting five seniors, Trevor Kott, Russell Eckhordt, Bryon
Grono, Tommy Loth ond Brion Moenius, gove the teom the
leodership to keep them going when the going got tough,"
soid Cooch Scott Gollowoy,
They never lost their determinotion which wos evident os
they coptured second ploce in the first round of zone ploy, ond
ploce in the second round of ploy to end the seoson. They
ended with o record of wins ond losses.
The leoding scorer wos with
pulling down the most rebounds. These two boys were olso
chosen to the All-district teom.
So os the seoson come to on outstonding finish the boys vorsi-
ty boslsetboll teom found itself in the best ploce they've been
-from chollengers to winners,
A 1: Shooting with perfect execution is junior Ken
Weidenfeller who puts onother two points on the Billie
scoreboord. A 2: Toking the boll to the hoop for two is Jef-
frey Knopp while Goylon Woerner ond Dovid Moples move
in for o rebound, A 31 Left to right, Ricky Loth, Brion Moenius,
Bryon Grono, Trevor Kott, Jeffrey Knopp, Goylon Woerner,
Michoel Schounduo, Russell Eclshordt, ond seated, Cooch Scott
Gollowoy were the 1981 Boys Vorsity teom,
Page by Morcle Jenklnslphotos by Denise Helnen, Jock Taylor
1 A - Junior Dono Burg concenfrofes on her defense while
guording o Pleosonron ployer. 2 A - Running full force,
freshmon Amy Weiser keeps her eye on the boil os opposing
reom members rolxe the boil down the courr. 3 A - Weiser
molses on effort to block o Pleosonron poss.
JV Fish teams
. . .the future
With lots of hord proctice ond determinotion, the Junior Vorsi-
ty ond Freshmon girls bosketboll teoms were oble to push
through the seoson with o 23-3 ond 13-1 record. The JV girls in
district ploy ended the seoson with o 13-D record.
The JV girls ogreed thot the seoson hos gone well. "Hoving o
new cooch with fresh ideos ond o good ottitude hos been one
of our keys to success," soid sophomore Aliso Molechek.
This yeor the JV only hod six girls on the teom. Sophomore
Denise Heinen soid, "lt's o scory feeling knowing you don't
hove onyone to bock you up in cose you get into foul trouble,"
"lt wos tiring ot times, but we oll got olong reol well ond thot
mode it o little eosier," soid Sophomore Renee Burg. Most of
the girls plon on ploying bosketboll next yeor. "I love to ploy
bosketboll becouse it gives me o feeling of teom effort," soid
The freshmon bosketboll teom ended the seoson well. "The
seoson went reolly greot, everyone stuck together ond we
knew whot to expect," ogreed freshmen Stephonie Jones ond
Noncy Hohn. Hohn odded, "ploying in High School mokes you
feel thot people come to the gomes for support."
Jones concluded by soying, "This yeor wos o lot different in
mony woys. After hoving o mon cooch for two yeors in Junior
High, o lody cooch mode us feel more personol, she wos not
only o cooch, but olso o good friend."
Hoys 94 24
Kerrville 54 30
Son Morcos 38 31
Kerrville JV 43 27
Medino 40 27
Junction 34 47
32 Horper 41 33
Hoys 64 41
Kerrville JV 39 46
Boerne 54 26
West Compus 76 27
Bondero 72 26
Medino 27 43
ag i Center Point 43 26
3 1 5 A Crystol City 62 19
Corrizo Springs 56 28
Uvolde 63 36
Southside 37 16
Southwest 62 19
Pleosonton 55 31
West Compus 49 35
Crystol City 48 14
Corrizo Springs 50 40
Uvolde 48 17
1 A Southside 52 26
Southwest 56 34
1 A With Cooch Pot Gomble ore freshman teom members Noncy Hohn, Tino Esomillo, Skotti
Burnett, Liso Schonduo, Troci Wicker, Ktop rowj Stephonie Jones, Kristie Ellebrocht, Amy
Wieser, Regina Klein, Liso Knopp, Liso Herzog, Tommy Romsey, Jon Ohlenburg, Sherri Jung.
2 A JV teom members Denise Heinen, ond Suson
Dieke surround this Pleosonton ployer. 3 A JV teom
2 members include: Kim Moellendorf, Leo Weinheimer,
Renee Burg, Cooch Debro Brister, Denise Heinen, Aliso
Melochek, Suson Dieke
4 Page by Dona Domul, photos by Jock Taylor f
JV team members include Ctopj Coach Bennie Rarhke, Darin
Schndider, Roddy Mayfield, Scott Hartmann, Dale Brodbeck,
David Landis, Thomas Munozy fbottoml Dennis Thiele, Lloyd
Brodbeck, Brad Fulks, Donald Brewer, Kent Wahl, Keith Boeck
and Jody Clayton.
New Braunfels Canyon 32 Bandera 80 Southwest '
Lampasas 42 Blanco Varsity 55 Pleasanton "
Smithson Valley 49 Ingram Varsity COTD 50 South San West Campus "
Boerne 59 Boerne 4.3 Crystal City J'
Harper Varsity 78 Lampasas 56 Carrizo Srpings'
FHS Cwhiteb 49 South San West Campus' 63 Uvalde "
Junction Varsity 53 Crystal City " 58 Southside "
Kerrville Tivy A7 Carrizo Springs J' 63 Southwest '
Kerrville Tivy 83 Uvalde " 51 Pleasanton "'
Ingram Vorsity 49 Southside "' COT? 62
Both the freshmon ond junior vorsity boys bosketboll teoms
hod the pleosure of finishing the yeor with winning seosons.
The freshmen hod o yeor of both pleosure ond disoppoint-
ment, since four of their regulorly scheduled gomes were coll-
ed off. While ot the stort of the seoson Cooch Colvin Yorbrough
felt the teom wos o little slow, by the end of the seoson, the
group hod "reolly begun to show their stuff."
"This group of young men were very competitive, ond it
wos o pleosure to Cooch them. I look for good things from them
in the future," Cooch Yorbrough soid.
The JV teom ployed "very well, especiolly ogoinst some of
our tougher opponents," Cooch Bennie Rothke sold. The teom
lost severol gomes by smoll morgins - less thon five points,
"Butt with more experience," Cooch Rothke soid, "the teom
will turn those kinds of gomes into wins." "They olwoys seem
to give everything they hove, regordless of the situotion," he
Members of the Freshmon teom ore Ctop rowj Rondy Arizolo, Doryl Lemmon, John Hitzfield, John Voldez,
Richord Koenig, Jon Vik, Lonnie Dovis, Rondy Glover, Woyne Ronsleben, Cooch Colvin Yorbrough, Ctop
rowj Doug Crenwelge, Trocy Heimonn, Rene Morquez, Albert Nebgen, Greg Arizolo, Jomes Morquecho,
Corl Stroube ond Kevin Weber.
1 A - Freshmon Jon Vik tries to block o
poss recovered by on opposition
ployer. 2 A - Vik shows o few good
moves os he outmonuevers on
COpposite pogeb 1 A - Cooch Bennie
Rothke gives the JV o good pep tolk ot
holf time during the Crystol City gome.
2 A - Junior Keith Boeck ond
sophomore Brod Fullcs try their best to
confuse o Crystol City teom member.
Lomposos 24 44
Smirhson Volley 47 31
Moson 41 50
New Brounfels Conyon 45 57
Lomposos 37 43
Boerne 44 39
Boerne Tournoment C31 23
Boerne Tournoment 29 27
Kerrville Tivy 56 46
Moson 46 37
New Brounfels Conyon 66 64
Boerne Tournoment 35 33
Boerne Tournoment 44 51
Southwest 21 42
Lomposos 69 59
Winter f 77
1 A - Denise Heinen
and Dana Burg prepare
to shove off during their
ski trip in Purgatory, Col-
orado. 2 A - The lights
on Main Street during the
Christmas holidays are o
colorful scene. 3 A -
Whot? is what freshman
Michelle Tatsch seems to
be saying. A A -- This is
just one of the many
manger scenes that
could have been seen
over the holidays. This
one was located at St.
Mary's Catholic Church.
COpposite page? 1 A:
Beckmann, Renee Burg,
and Deidra Fulks have
some fun in the cabin
while onthe ski trip. 2 A
- A cozy scene -
stocl-sings by the
fireplace - is one of
many holiday traditions.
3 A - A holiday glow is
evident in the special ef-
fects picture made with
the help ofa plain "ale"
light and a filter. 4 A
Aliso Malechelx poses for
a picture before descen-
ding down the moun-
tain. The scene behind
her is one of beauty.
78 f Winter
Those two weeks of uninterrupted holidoys ore whot
everyone loolss forword to with onticipotion. Whether they be
young or old, individuols hove different woys on spending the
Usuolly holidoys ore spent with fomily ond friends. For junior
Cose Fischer, the Thonlssgiving holidoys meon spending the doy
together with his fomily even though "this is hord to do," They
olwoys hove o iorge turkey dinner ond then wotch footboll in
the evening. This seems to be the mojority of whot people do.
However people spend Christmos in mony different woys.
Senior Cheryl Eissler spent Christmos holidoys with fomily ond
then returned to Houston to visit friends.
Others spend the Christmos holidoys by going on slsi trips Iilse
the one sponsored by Go-Fest Trovel, Goyle Wollendorf, Bryon
Kneese, ond Greg Treibs were omong those who went. The
buslood left on December 18-23 ond went to Purgotory, neor
Durongo, Colorodo. The overoll expense wos S215 which in-
cluded tronsportotion, lodging ond three doys of skiing. The
price did not include food. Wollendorf concluded thot she
would encouroge students to go becouse it is something to lools
However most students spend their holidoys following fomily
troditions, trimming the tree ond singing Christmos corols, open-
ing gifts ond eoting too much. No motter where students spend
their holidoys the story of the true gift of Christmos olwoys
comes bocle to life.
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Page by Karen Jenschke, photos by Aliso Molechek, Denise Helnen and Bobby McDo I I
Winter - the thought of it brings to mind bore trees, brown
gross, wet ond chilly doys ond being cooped up in the house.
lt's true thot centrol Texos does not experience the white
winters of the north, but some of the school yeor's most speciol
times hoppen during the winter,
Christmos holidoys bring o two-week respite from studying,
but the doys leoding up to those holidoys become speciol too
os coroling, concerts ond progroms breok the routine. The doy
before the holidoys end with trosh cons stuffed with wropping
poper from gifts exchonged between friends ond students go
home with cords ond goodies like stuffed onimols, polo shirts
No sooner ore those holidoys gone thon onother kind of
speciol doy comes up - semester tests. The optimistic look on
them os o sign thot school is holf over, but even for the
pessimistic, the exoms bring o couple of shortened school doys
ond the possibility of exemptions.
For bosketboll othletes ond fons, the winter months ore the
criticol ones for their seoson. The gym is o worm ploce to be
when it's cold outside ond the seoson gets tense os boys ond
girls teoms vie for ploces in the ployoffs.
A couple of doys of snowfoll this yeor mode winter even
more speciol os unexpected holidoys become some of the
most festive ones ond students slipped ond slid getting to ond
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COpposite pogeb 1:On their woy to o bosketboll gome -- when the girls
bosketboll teom trovels, the trip becomes on occosion os food, gossip
ond songs fly between ployers like Donci Burg, Corrie Ottmers, Leo
Weinheimer ond Ann Mcl3ryde. 2: Donno Heinen ond Bobby Modrid
help get 1000 cornotions ready for Volentine's Doy. 3: The doy the
yeorbooks come, everyone hos to stop ond take o look. 4: Volentine's
Doy brings o ton ot flowers into the office. CThis pogeb 1: Cooch Scott
Gollowoy thinks ony home bosketboll gome is 0 breok in the oction, o
feeling shored C25 by JV bosketboll ployers os they ploster Pleosonton in
o well-ottended home gome, 31 Snow mokes o winter doy into o holi-
doy os Tommy Romsey wotches the stodium fill with snow.
Photos by Tonya Hohne, Bobby McDaniel and Jock Taylor 1
82 f Spring
A little bit
Whatever your taste for entertainment might
be, it was probably covered in assemblies, 106
theatres or in the Fine Arts College.
Assemblies provided a break in the daily
routine and were usually good entertainment.
The Student Council chose the assemblies which
are shown at school. This year at school we had
a large variety from Trampoline Champs to
motivational speakers. Every year the Student
Council also sponsors the awards assembly which
recognizes students who excel in certain fields.
Ten-cent theatres are o variety of entertain-
ment which is performed by students. Mrs.
Lavern Loving, drama instructor, assigns one of
her drama students to organize one of shows.
Ten-cent theatres are shown during advisory on
a Tuesday or Thursday.
The Fine Arts College which was held for the
first time in February is entertainment from all
aspects of the fine arts field. Band and choir
quartets, sextets, etc, got a chance to show their
stuff. Art work was put up in the halls and drama
students performed both mime and skits.
1A: Senior Glen Dietrich shows his talents during the Fine Arts
College. 2A: Elizabeth Gonzalez pantomimes jumping rape
while Kelly lsam wishes tojoin in.
lA: Cooch Por Gamble mokes on unlikely woifress os she rokes orders
during o 1Or1 Theorre producrion, QA: With borh feer firmly on the
ground, Cooch Jimmy Morsholl goes for two during on ossembly rhor
feorured the foculry men vs, the senior boys. SA: Srocey Forobee, Mory
Morin ond Becky Willioms unire rheir voices ro sing o rrio or rhe Fine Arrs
College. AA: Senior Srocey Gorrerson sings her rendirion of "Don'r Cry
Our Loud!" SA: Senior Bryon Grono fries ro block Cooch Scorr Gollowoy
during on ossembly in which rhe mole foculry ployed ogoinsr the senior
Page by Karen Jenschke. Photo Credlls Jock Toylor, Bobby McDaniel
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84 f Winter
Getting out of
town adds varlety
to local attractlons
gift' ' mirnwif
1:ADebbie Eosterling ond Borbl Beckmonn shop
the streets of Kerrville for thot certoin something to
buy. QA: Alice Kluttz, Chip Loth, ond Chris Koderli
look ot on Austin Moll directory for the certoin
store to shop, GA: Amy Zimmermonn, Denise
Heinen, Renee Burg, ond Aliso Molechek hove fun
their freshmon summer roller skoting in on Austin
roller skoting rink.
Fredericksburg is o nice town, but ot times it con get
Students of Fredericksburg get tired of doing the some thing,
every weekend. A privileged few ore ollowed to go out-of-
town for something different. Once cn month there ore vorious
rock ond other concerts in Son Antonio ond Austin, o few this
yeor ore, "Nozoreth," "Foreigner," "Quorterflosh" ond "Molly
For the students who don't core for the crowds ot concerts,
they moy settle for dinner under the 'golden orches' ot
McDonolds or ot Jock-in-the-Box.
Shopping in the city is populor, mony like to browse through
rocks of clothes, just to find one poir of ponts or cn shirt they like
the best. Others moy be interested in sport or stereo equip-
ment to keep up to dote with new products.
Students con olwoys find o sport's center where they moy
ice or roller skote forjust cm few dollors.
You don't hove to go to the cityjust to find some out-of-town
fun. There ore mony lokes ond rivers in our oreo, where
students moy go woter skiing ond swimming for o weekend,
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1A: Debbie Eosterling shops the River Hills Moll in Kerrville, 2A: Jock Toylor tries out
the feel of ci new sond wedge ot Oshmon's. 3: Terri Pitmon ond Borbi Beckmonn
discuss the look of the new style of shoes. -
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86 f Winter
1A: Dorren Schneider, junior, shows greot precision in running through
the tires. QA: Down on oil fours, member of the Building Trodes TGOFT1
Sonny Corios, runs through the tunnel. CBA: Bobby Modrid, senior, puts
forth o greot effort in the tug of wor,
at Fun Fest
"Help, help, lcon't find my teommote!" This cry for help wos
one of the mony heord during the Super Fun Fest on Morch 4.
For the second yeor in o row clubs ond orgonizotions were
oslsed to porticipote in the fun fest. ln the previous yeors teoms
from Comfort, Doss, Horper, ond Kerrville hod competed
ogoinst two Billie teoms, o red ond o white. "We mode the
chonge for severol reosons, one being to promote more in-
terest." sold Tony Knopp ICT coordinotor.
And promote interest it did, ten clubs entered teoms this
yeor, those being: Auto Mechonics!PEL-OEA, Art Honor Society,
Building Trodes!HOSA, Building Trodes!OEA-Co-op, DECA,
Ecology club, FTA, Publicotions, Sponish Club, ond the Student
The events were: on obstocle course, troctor tire roll, 100-
yord tow-sock roce, egg toss, Volkswogen stuff, blindfold
bolloon roce, wheelborrow reloy, borrel roll, stilt reloy,
volleyboll contortion reloy, ond o tug of wor.
Bringing home the winning trophy of the sixth onnuol "Super
Fun Fest" wos the Notionol Art Honor Society teom. Second
ploce went to FTA, who wos defending their first ploce title
from lost yeor,
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1A: The Ecology Club team goes for victory in the tow sock roce. 2A:
Jw., ,-- weft A" The NotionoIArt Honor Society finished obove oil, SA: Jock Toylor,
senior, pushesjunior Ann McBryde down the field in the wheel bor-
Pago by Susan Murphy, Photos by Jock Taylor and Bobby Mcbonlol 1
88 f Winter
1: Renee Burg dresses up to get the ottention of
primory kids during the Student Council sofety pro-
grom. 2:-Donny Flores one of the four Ieoding
point Student Council representatives hove fun ot
the foll district workshop for developing leodership
skills. 3: Ann McBride, Morcie Jenkins, ond Erin
Sebero hove some fun before others orrive ot the
spring district convention, which FHS wos the se-
cond vice president to host the convention. 4: Bert
Borwise hides Eoster eggs for preschooler to find,
in the ploy grounds.
in social life
Mony people don't reolize how much our student council
does to improve our school.
It would be "mego" boredom through the yeor without the
ossemblies ond donces the Student Council sponsors.
They bring to the student body, the slide show thot
everyone tolks obout for months.
The Student Council hos meetings once o week to develop
new ideos ond plons, to present to the odministrotion. There is
olwoys something brewing in their minds to creote new oc-
tivities, but they ore not olwoys corried out. Mony ore thrown
out becouse they toke up too much school time.
The Student Council is notjust to entertoin the student body,
but to leod it. They go to mony conventions ond ossemblies to
leorn how to be strong leoders. The conventions hove lectures,
ond contests between other schools, just like o sport. There is
olwoys someone to "cut-up," ond bring the entire crowd into
The Student Council this yeor hos done mony things for the
elementory students. They hove tought them sofety pro-
cedures, ond how to deol with Holloween treots. During Eoster
they hod on Eoster egg hunt for them, the primory students
looked like on old western movie cottle stompede, when it
wos time to hunt.
1:The members of Student Council ore: Missy Lonhom, Stephonie Keller, Sondro
Jung, Toyno O'Neill, Cindy Krous, Noncy Hohn, Beth Moehle, Jon Ohlenburg,
Cose Fisher, Denise Heinen, Aliso Molochek, Monic Roberts, Deidro Fulks, Troci
Wicker, Melindo Burnett, Stephonie Jones, Ann McBryde, Erin Sebero, Amy
Weiser, Bennie Sonchez, Gerald Jenschke, Burt Borwise, Dono Demel, Koren
Jenschke, Ricky Loth, Renee Burg, Donno Heinen, Dono Burg, Tommy Loth,
Donny Hodges, Brion Moenius, Leo Weinheimer, Donny Flores, Brad Fulks,
Suson Murphy, Morcie Jenkins, Greg Treibs, Borboro Prott. 2: Monico Roberts,
Donny Flores, ond Doug Edwords discuss the lecture ot the Foll District Conven-
tion, in Westloke High School.
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run the gamut -
practical to fanciful
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From the procticol to the fonciful, English closses give students
four tough yeors of leorning to use ond oppreciote the
While required closses ore often dreoded, members of the
English foculty try voriety to moke their studies more fun.
English closses studying Shokespeore moy heor o record to help
with their reoding or see the movie of the ploy they ore work-
ing with to moke the words of the clossic ploy come to life.
Studies of grommor ond spelling ore voried with literoture units.
By the time students reoch the senior level, their English
closses expond their scope to cover new needs. Sondy Brisbin's
Business English closses Ieorn obout letter-writing, odvertising,
how to work with forms, ond o myriod of other skills useful for
students in procticol doy-to-doy life ond on the job. Lois
Whitewood's College English closses get intensive help in
writing ond literoture thot will get them reody for the rigors
of freshmon English in college.
For the underclossmen, both English ond Longuoge Arts
closses ore offered to meet eoch student's porticulor needs.
English teochers don't just sit oround groding themes,
either. Mrs. Whitewood cooches UIL reodywriting, lomes
Pope works with UIL spellers, Mrs. Brisbin works with UIL shor-
thond competitors, Dione Ohlenberg sponsors the Future
Teochers of Americo ond Bruce Burns sponsors the Sponish
Club, ond Lovern Loving is UIL coordinotor ond sponsor of
speech ond dromo events,
1A: Dione Ohlenberg is giving freshmon Rondo
Lochte o lesson in English ond whot it's worth. 2A:
Junior Debbie Eosterling shows greot interest in
reoding the closs ossignment. Opposite Page 1A1
Lois Whitewood is groding o stock of popers hond-
ed in from the doy before with her hondy red
pen. 2A: Seniors Todd Stubblefield, Chris Koderli,
ond Koren Verstuyft show thot English hos
ossignments of different kinds os Todd reods o
book ond Cris ond Koren do their vocobulory
homework. SA: Sophomore John Klier shows
greot enthusiosm in his work due ot the end of the
closs. 4A: Senior Jomes Hensell concentrotes hord
on reoding of his ossignment. 5A: Senior Henry
Milsop reods o novel for o report due ot the end
of the week.
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towards a future
1A: Senior Mike Jenscke tries out his typing skill during o timed writing.
2A: Concentrotion is the nome of the gorne for Denise Wollendorf ond
Stephanie Crenwelge. SA: Instructor Bob Semmler looks on while Ponsy
Ottmers ond Gino Schneider type. 4A: Ricky Loth checks over for
mistokes ofter o timed writing.
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FTA ond cornotions - they just noturolly go together in the
minds of most students.
The Future Teochers biggest octivity of the yeor is their corno-
tions sole ot Volentines, which nets them obout S900 o yeor to
put towords o scholorship ond on end-of-the-yeor bonquet.
They olso sponsor o conned food drive. They collected con-
ned food ond distributed to needy fomilies ot Christmos.
Not only do they help others but they helped themselves to
second ploce in the onnuol Super Fun Fest.
Dione Ohlenberg, one of the sponsors, feels thot it is octivities
such os these thot keep members interested. "This yeor's group
of members hove oll been very octive in the club. They get
olong well, stoy busy, ond hove fun too."
President of the group is Donno Heinen, ond olong with Mrs.
Ohlenberg, Denise Stehling is o co-sponsor.
1A Melindo Burg, Kris Ellis, Kelle Hogel, Luke Morin, ond Amy Elrod,
members of the FTA, help sort out cornotions ond boutoinniers
l before delivery on the Fridoy before Volentine's Doy. 2A FTA
members ore Ckneelinglz Stocey Hortmonn, Debbie Dryden, Sondro
Ronsloben, Ncztolie Christian, Kris Ellis, Koren Jenschke, Dono Demel,
Donette Knopp, Korrie Klier, Regino Klien, Debbie Eosterling, Cse-
cond rowj Tommy Crenwelge, Penny McBride, Stocey Eckert, Sheilo
Longhennig, Toby Tonner, Jody Cloyton, Chrissy Schmidt, Elizobeth
Edwords, Goy Nell Vestol, Lourie Bernhord, Amy Elrod, Wendy lm-
mel, Cthitd rowj Liso Schondou, Shelly Weirich, Kelly Hogel, Kotie Mc-
Clusky, Lindo Dryden, Denise Weirich, Koy Neffendorf, Jon
Crenwelge, Romond Munoz, Melindo Burg, Dione Ohlenberg, spon-
sor, Cfourth row? Stocey Gorretson, Stocey Forobee, Donno Dryden,
Denise Heinen, Aliso Molechek, Kurt Nixon, Potrice Crone, Tino Hort-
monn, Bobby Arizolo, Cose Fisher, Andreo Thomos, Amy Zimmer-
monn, Cfifth rowj Morsh Wiershousen, Trevor Kott, Benny Sonchez,
Dono Burg, Tonyo Hohne, Luke Morin, Russell Eckert, Chorlotte
Meier, Donno Heinen, Bobby Modrid, Steven Vollmor, John Thomos,
Goyle Wollendorf, Chorles Olfers.
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1A: A Switzerland landscape QA: Senior Donno Dryden gets ready to snap o pic-
ture of Stacey Farabee riding a pony on their trip to Mexico GA: Sponish Il class
studies up on their Espanol AA: Junior Richard Dorer takes a picture to remember
his European trip.
Spanish gather V
Some of the Sponish Club members are Donna Dryden, Ann Sauer, Stacy Farabee, Tammy
Crenwelge, Denise Heinen, Sheila Langehennig, Eddie Rees, Danny Hodges, Tony Foz ond
Rudy Espinoza. .,
Putting their language training into action, Spanish and German students
this year had the chance to fulfill some dreams when they traveled to
Europe and Mexico to observe the everyday life and culture of the peo-
ple who speak the language they study.
A group of eight German students went to Germany and other Euro-
pean stops during a two week trip that began during spring break and
lasted an extra week, returning the students to the United States April 17.
"lt was fun and we learned a lot," said senior Lorie Frederich. In fact, the
comment heart most from students who went was, "lt was great."
This was a trip "I might never have the chance to take again" com-
mented senior Dawn Kneese. "I am looking forward to seeing the Louvre
Museum in Paris, the castles, and the Eiffel Tower." said Kandis Klier before
their departure on April 3. .
Six Spanish II students spent a fun-filled weekend in Mexico,
"The type of learning I like best is when they Cthe students? learn
without realizing they are learning," said Spanish teacher Bruce Burns.
While they were learning, they were also busy having a "blast" as senlor
Donna Dryden put it as the six went sightseeing, rode horses, bargained in
the market and ate real Mexican food. They spent the weekend in
Horsetail Falls and stayed at The Motel Hacienda Cola de Caballo CHouse
ofthe Horse's Tailb. A
The German and Spanish students also traveled closer to home when
they visited the Institute of Texas Cultures in San Antonio.
Throughout the year, the Spanish and German clubs are active in school
life. The Spanish Club fielded a Fun-Fest team and the German Club sold
apple strudel to fans at the event. German students attended the Texas
Association of German Students Convention in Houston. There they watch-
ed plays and skits presented by other schools and during a banquet where
all German food was served, they listened to a speaker.
This year has been active and exciting for Spanish and German students.
To many students this year they "wouldn't have missed it for the world."
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Members of the German Club are fbottom rowj .lohn Puckett, Nancy Hahn, Gaynell Vestal, Jamle Harms, Ron
Kelser, Raymond Monoz, Jon Crenwelge, Michelle Tatsch, Down Kneese, Regina Venus, Frenando Colungo,
Caroline Knopp, and Lorle Frederich. Csecond IOWJ David Smith, Lloyd Brodbeck, John Follis, Richard Dorer,
Bryan Davis, Randy Stehllng, Gina Schneider, Pansy Ottmers, Lynn Langerhans, Kelth Reeh, John Eager, Darren
Jacoby, Debbie Ernst. Ctop rowj Art Esensee, Kip Gold, Todd Kneese, Jack Taylor, Chris Kaderli, Charlotte Meier,
Tanya Hahne, Ralph Koennecke, Manfred Sasko, Todd Stubblefield, Dovld Parker, Kelly Llndlg, and Phll Eudy.
1A: Bruce Burns shows Chris Boecker a few Spanish words. 2A: German class discusses a
few German words. SA: Malcom Coon, Donna Dryden, Stacey Farabee, Elizabeth
Davis, and Kim Koch pose for a picture during their trip to Mexico.
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96 f Winter
1A: Senior VOE student Corlo Eckhordt
works on her individualized filing project.
QA: Typing resumes for future jobs is one of
the tosks of being in VOE. Here, senior Son-
dro Ronslebon works on her resume. SA:
VOE-OEA members ave: CFirst rowj Dione
Lindner, teocher, Kenneth Grobe, Polly
Romsey, Lori Pohler, Denise Weirich, Son-
dro Ronslebon, Liso Koennecke, Csecond
rowb Potricio Houy, Pom Robe, Lindo
Longenennig, Koy Bosse, Corlo Eckhordt,
Melisso Miller, Delores Colungo, Ckow
threej Billie Prouse, Connie Stephenson,
Sondro Wolter, Corolyn Bernhordt,
Eunovoe Holt, Stonnett Kothe, Tommy
Moses, Yvonne Grote,
for the future
When a student wants to learn business procedures they can
use in the future and still be in a fun class, they usually take
Vocational Office Education. Students in VOE work on in-
dividualized projects which teach skills such as filing, typing,
calculator use, duplicating machines, and transcribing machines.
This year, 11 VOE students competed in the Office Education
Association Contest held at Madison High School in San Antonio.
Those who placed at this contest were: Polly Ramsey, fifth in
business math and fifth in extemporaneous verbal communica-
tion lg Lori Pohler, first in business math and fourth in job inter-
view llg Linda Langehennig, fourth in information communica-
tions ll, and Jeanine Petsch, third in Stenographic ll.
After this contest, Polly Ramsey and Lori Pohler went to the
State Convention in Houston to be voting delegates.
VOE-OEA has many fund-raising activities throughout the
year. The money from these fund-raisers, such as selling home-
coming mums and Tom Watt showcase gifts, helps pay for the
All Vocational Employer-Employee banquet held at the end of
This year the OEA officers were: President - Polly Ramsey,
Vice President - Sandra Ransleben, Secretary - Denise
Weirich, Treasurer - Lori Pohler, Parlimentarian - Lisa Koen-
necke, Historian-Reporter - Kenneth Grobe.
The students in VOE feel that the on-the-job-training the class
offers will help them with their future careers. As senior Lori
Pohler said, "VOE helps students decide on their future careers.
lt has helped me decide to further my education in the business
Teachers for VOE are Linda Langford and Diane Lindner.
Both teachers enjoy teaching the class and Mrs. Lindner adds,
"There is never a dull moment." The teachers also feel that
students who have taken VOE make better employees.
L 1A: Diane Lindner, VOE teacher, instructs Senior Kay Basse and Lori
Pohler on the proper way to use the new memory typewriter. 2A:
Junior Lisa Keonnecke concentrates on increasing her speed and ac-
curacy on the adding machine. 8: Working on her individualized project
-I is senior Sandy Arizola.
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98 f Winter
1A: Using o mot, Troy Wonner outlines his penfink drowing. 2A:
Members of the Art Club ore Cbottom row! Sponsor Borboro Prott, Bren-
do Long, Cindy Krous, Tony Foz, Ann McBryde, Regino Venus, Tino Hort-
monn, Goyle Wollendorf, Kim Moellendorf, Penny Grono, Gino
Schneider, Borbi Beckmonn Crow twoj Jeffrey Rehl, Troy Potteson, Ken-
neth Verstuyft, Monico Roberts, Tiffinie George, Jockie Koderli, Goil
Jung, Shelly Schlueter, Debro Kneese Crow threeb Nancy Hohn, Hank Ed-
words, Theresa Durst, Liso Schonduo, Terri Wotts, Trudy Steenblock, Stocy
Gorretson, Liso Molechek, Judy Brondenberger, Suson Deike, Shoron
Longe Crow fourb Scott Schoetter, Corrie Ottmers, Brion Moenius, Suson
Murphy, Koren Jenschke, Eric Prott, Cheryl Eissler, Donno Heinen, Bobby
Modrid, Denise Heinen, Alynn Whitmire, Cose Fischer, John Thomos,
Chorles Olfers. SA: Freshmon Trocy Heimon evenly cuts o mot boord.
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Ta some students art is more thanjust a class - it's an activity
and a challenge. Teacher Barbara Pratt has been here for eight
years. "The pleasure of teaching is the students and their will-
ingness and good attitude in class. I love to find a student who
really likes to work and get better at his art," Mrs. Pratt said.
"I've been in art for three years and I enjoy it. My favorite
project is the one that the Art III and IV classes did together -
the big project for the hospital," said senior Susan Murphy.
But art for a first year student it could really be hard but a lot
of fun." First-year art student Peggy Jenschke said, "I enjoy art
a lot. Lettering is my favorite type of art, I'm not planning on
taking art again next year. Ijust took art one year."
Many students here enter many pieces in competition. "My
favorite type of art is pencil sketching but I also like perspective
art. Art is important and I enjoy making time for it. l'm going ta
continue with art whether I go on to school or not. I also like
Mrs. Pratt, she is a good influence on me, she takes art serious-
ly, but makes it fun," saidjunior Theresa Durst.
IA: Mrs. Pratt helps senior Becky Stehling on her value chart. QA: Taking
time and patience, Monica Roberts, Cindy Kraus, Nancy Hahn, use their
skills for the panel painting, SA: Mrs. Pratt demonstrates on the board
howto draw a face,
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1A: Mrs. Denise Stehling helps her VAC students in class. QA: Nancy Cort'
her payroll with cafeteria manager Dave Richardson. SA: Mrs. Lanhc
students in Resource closs with their homework. AA: Mrs. Stehling and he
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The VAC class is designed to meet the needs of the special
education student. Special placement in the program is recom-
mended by an ARD CAdmission, Review, and Dismissal? Com-
mittee made up of classroom teachers, the principal, voca-
tional teacher, special education teacher, VAC teacher, voca-
tional counselor, special education diagnostician, and parent.
The VAC teacher, Denise Stehling, places students in ap-
propriate jobs, Some students work only one class period a day
while others work as much as half a school day. This class is
designed to allow the student to receive both academic and
vocational training so that he can graduate with a regular
diploma while benefiting from work experience. Mrs. Stehling
usually visits the students at work once a week. She also has
the employer fill out evaluation sheets every six weeks,
The resource class is like the VAC class in a lot of ways.
Teacher Ty Grubbs finds the studentsjobs and gives them a test
every Friday. The goal of resource is to get the student back in-
to the mainstream and this is done well.
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tional counselor, have a talk to discuss the future. 2A:
Ronnie lcke, VAC student, helps custodian Cipriano
Partida clean up.
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1A: Mrs. LiUedohl shows her Heolth Occupotions closs where the sternum is on the humon
body. QA: The students thot porticipote in HOSA ore: Cbottom rowb Korlo Eissler, Lori Lem-
mon, Monico Jenscnke, Dino Sonders, Borbero Mourer, Alice Kluttz, Anno Gonzolos, Cse-
cond rowb Sandro Lynch, Tommy Weidenfeller, Tino Crenwelge, Korlin lszord, ond Diono
Munoz. SA: Mrs, LiUedohI shows Alice Kluttz the correct procedure for taking Korlin lzord's
Health Occupations, and Health Science are classes for students plan-
ning a career with helping people in mind.
Health Science is required before Health occupations. Health Science
teaches the basics in anatomy. Learning how to take blood pressure
and heart rate, arejust some of the skills developed.
Health Occupations reviews the skills and furthers them, so they
may be used in thejobs the students are to receive. The students have
independent studies to help with their specific field.
Human relations or "bedside manner" is taught, for many students
havejobs in hospitals, or private doctors offices where it is needed.
HOSA is a club having both Health Science and Heolth Occupation
students. They toured Hill County Memorial Hospital and visit colleges
that specialize in health care.
"We spend a lot of time with counselors deciding what col leges
would be best for our field," said nurses's aid Lori Lemmon. "The coun-
selors really are a great help developing ideas in the right direction."
CVAE has two classes, one of which contains only boys. The boys
are studying for jobs out of school. C. B. Chenault's CVAE boys get
practical experience in welding and work on small engine repair. They
don'r have jobs out of school, they are just in training for jobs after
high school. Some have chosen to go to a two-year college to further
their skills even more. There are no books used but notes are always
copied, because every bit of information is used.
The other CVAE isjust for girls.
The girls learn howto cook and sew. Almost everyone has a job out
of school. Sewing is favored greatly over doing dishes or cleaning pots
said teacher Betty Eckert. Food service, human relations are the others
covered. Films are shown on pregnancy prevention and drug control.
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1A: Alice Kluttz and Dino Sanders work in a cor wash to earn money for
HCSA projects. 2A: Monica Jenschke performs o service for Adolph Gold, by
taking his blood pressure. GA: Diane Liliedahl, Lori Lemmon, and Natalie
Vierus watch carefully as Renee Demuth demonstrates the correct way to
give a shot in the arm. 4A: Diana Munoz makes up an important test in
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CToph As o port of FHA-HERO Week, members donoted over 1CXJ books to the
primory school to be given to students who don't hove books ot home. CTop
rowj Principol Jomes Culver receives the books from sponsor Jo Ello Sifford ond
members Liso Esensee ond Stonnett Kothe. Getting o look or the books ore
Joshuo Comes, Jose Lopez, Roul Aguilor ond James Golindo.
1ASuson Hortmon looks on while Kelly "
Hogel ond Shelly Weirich spreod pot- "-.-, .
terns on the floor, getting reody to sew.
2AKim Koch storts on her sewing while
Debbie Bristol puts her gorment
together. 8AErin Sebero ond Tereso
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Leorning how not to burn woter or how to sew on o few but-
tons ore omong the things students in homemoking leorn.
Homemoking is not just cooking ond sewing. There is olso
how to set o toble, plon o meol ond spend your money. Con-
sumer Educotion, Child Development ond Single Survivol ore
olso omong Homemoking closses.
Child Development deols with just thot - child development
before birth ond olso the mony yeors os the child grows. This
closs wos oble to observe pre-school students ond even teoch o
few things to those children ot Heod Stort. "They ore so cute
when they ore young" is whot most people soy when they
see o toddler try to wolk ocross the floor.
After those children grow up, one thing they need to leorn is
how to buy things, resist o pushy solesmon, ond budget their
money. Thot is where Consumer Educotion fits into the system.
Single Survivol deols with oll the problems of life ofter
porents. They help on how ond whot to buy. Things best to do
ond not to do. '
Homemoking helps you onywhere ond in onything you do
from knowing how to boil on egg to how to fix ct shirt.
The Homemoking closses help by teoching things o person
uses procticolly oll their life.
Future Homemokers of Americo hove been busy this yeor
sponsoring vorious octiviries. They sponsor Teocher of the Week
ond corol oround town ot Christmos. During FHA Week they
donoted childrens books to students ot the primory school who
did not hove books in their homes. Also during the week they
served o nutritious drink in the cofeterio ond boked cookies for
Almost everyone tokes some sort of Homemoking closs dur-
ing high school. These closses cover from stort to finish.
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studies obout foxes while Moriolyce Dittmor helps Tiodoso Contu on o rox problem 3ALindo
Longehennig tolks to o preschooler on o Child Development trip to Nooh's Ark.
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106 f Winter
1A Chip Lath, ICT student, mows lawns and does other yard work after
fourth period. 2A Senior, Bryan Land, talks to Tony Knopp about an assig-
ment. 3:A l.C,T. members are: Cbottomj David Schmidtzinsky, Curtis Holt,
Gay Morales, Butch lngels, Art Esensee, Zachary Zenner, Kevin Engel, and
Bryan Land, Cmiddlel David Sanchez, Gary Wehmeyer, David Srraube, Carl
Eckhardt, Randall Stahl, Chris Rees, Martin Partida, and John Ball, Ctopj
Steven Klaerner, Donny Moellendorf, Kent Stehling, Ricky Priess, Richard
Darer, Chip Loth, Will Baley, Ralph Koennecke, Roger Wendel, and ICT in-
structor Tony Knopp. 4A:DE members include Cbottom rowj Sonja
Hahenberger, Renee Belcik, Debbie Easterling, Jamie Harms, fsecond rowj
Sheila Langehennig, Gina Land, Renee Fiedler, Lois Lindig, Til-finie George,
Roymond Castillo, Armando Balero, Cthird rowh Wilbert Seipp, Cindy Burditt,
Patrice Crane, David Smith, Kenneth Baker, Kris Ellis, Dara Pirisky, Troy Peck,
Keith Reeh, Mark Youngblood, Ctop rowj Earl Stobaugh, Bobby Madrid, Jeff
Landis, Eddie Rivera, Mark White, Eric Filter, Becky Stehling, Emma
Kolmeier, Kerry Schmidt, Stephen Fiedler, Mike Isenberg, Timmy Klein.
DE S ICT . . .
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Timmy Klein olong with five other members, ottended the Areo
ll Leodership Coreer Development Contest for Distributive Educo-
tion. It wos held in Son Angelo, Morch 5 ond 6 ot Son Angelo Cen-
trol High School. Klein went in Restouront Morketing ond received
o second ploce honor.
Sheilo Longehennig ond Tiffinie George went in Generol Mer-
chondising. Longehennig received o second ploce ond George
Renee Fiedler ottended the contest in Food Morketing ond olso
received second ploce,
Eric Filter ond Brendo Hopkins went in Apporel ond Accessories.
Eric took third ploce ond Brendo received fourth.
lndustriol Cooperotive Troining ottended the Areo IV Contest in
Austin ot Austin High School.
Entering projects in the ICT contest were Bryon Lond plocing first,
Goy Moroles toking second, ond Will Boley recieved third ploce.
Bryon Lond went on ro stote, which wos held in the Convention
Center in Son Antonio, ond took third ploce.
Distributive Educotion ond lndustriol Cooperotive Troining
enobles students to get o better knowledge of how the business
world works. Students ore given job choices ond they ore
employed by o school progrom. This ollows the students to
receive on-the-job troining. Students receive three credits per yeor
for theirjunior ond senior yeor. They work two periods o doy ond
con be scheduled to get out of school onytime to work. Although
some students go to school o full doy ond work when they get out
of school ot 3:20 p.m.
The DE ond ICT progroms enoble the students to build o bosic
foundation for their future, like occepting responsibilities, being ot
work on time, ond using time to their best odvontoge. The pro-
grom olso helps the college bound student by roising money to
help the student with his college expenses.
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1A Will Boiley ond Steven Kloerner do
their dolly ossngnment in ICT 2A Gory
Wehmeyer ond Dovid Sonchez orgonize
their notebooks tor the end of the six
weeks SA Eorl Stobough instructs Fronk
Lozono, Lorie Friedrich, Seleno Kuhn, ond
Todd Stubblefield on how to operote o
1A: Mr. Merz's world history closs wotches o film on the judiciol system. QA:
Cooch Loth shows Stephonie Keller what she hod gotten wrong on her test.
SA: Cooch Jimmy Morsholl lectures his driver's educotion closs on sofety
precedures. AA: It would be hozordous to their heolth if they didn't listen to
Cooch MorsholI's lectures. 5A: Lourie Burnhort ond Emily Eilers listen closely os
Cooch Loth exploins their work for the doy.
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Both closses of Driver's Educotion, ond Heolth is tought by
Cooch Morsholl tries to stress thot students ore beginners.
"The foct thot beginning drivers oren't os good in experience
hos got to be thought obout."
He believes, thot closs room summer Driver's Educotion is not
odequote enough. Morsholl would like it to be more thorough.
"When I first got into the cor I didn't put on my seot belt, ond
ofter we QOT moving Cooch Morsholl slommed on his brokes, so
l never forgot, but olwoys remembered to weor it," soid senior
When students study, the problem of drinking ond driving,
most think it's not necessory ond don't listen. Cooch Morsholl
thinks thot they ore too young to toke it serious.
The students thot toke Heolth ond Driver's Educotion, os o
course in school ore usuolly the oges of fifteen ond sixteen. Let-
ty Mendiolo soys, "everything is pretty well covered."
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1A: Pot Gomble shows Liso Molechek ond Liso Milsteen where to find the onswer In
their notes, 2A: Fernando Colungo ond Steven Mortinos listen carefully os Mr. Merz
puts notes on the boord ond exploins them.
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ma " "" 5 "W ' ' V W dy Zgabay as they cheer their team. 2A: Holly White pitched for the juniors but the seniors stlll
M' 'i""M"i'i" ' " I ' N X 4 ' ' 7 f A ' slaughtered them 26-6 at the annual powderpuff baseball game.
Lora Lee Blalock
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A big obligation
Pulling their hoir out, finolizing their plons for the Junior-Senior Prom
ore the Junior Closs officers: Ann McBryde, president, Cose Fischer,
vice-president, Lourie Kozielski, secretory, ond Roxon Schuchordt,
lt hos been o yeor of hord work for the Junior Closs os they sold
condy, closs T's, concession goods, ond Christmos wropping poper to
increose their finonciol stonding.
"By for, the most profit come from selling the condy bors even
though it wos hord getting them oll sold." exploined McBryde.
The Junior Closs, os does eoch closs, seems to hove set some sort of
gool to reoch by the end of the yeor with the help of their sponsors:
Dovid Hopf, Dovid Moyfield, ond Lindo Treibs. According to Fischer,
"We ore hoping to roise enough money to put on 0 good prom for
the seniors." The closs hos olreody begun to set gools for next yeor:
"As seniors, we hope to moke the school better for everyone, notjust
our closs." commented Fischer.
McBryde's responsibilities ronge from moking sure everything with
the money-moking projects runs smoothly, to setting up prom com-
mittees ond running the meetings. lt's o big responsibility being closs
officer, but McBryde enjoys the "big obligotion" ond it "keeps me
busy, so l'm not bored."
As vice-president, Fischer ossists McBryde ond heods the commit-
tees. "l like being directly under Ann, she is ojoy to work with."
Fischer plons to fun for his fourth yeor os vice-president of his closs
while McBryde plons to run for Student Body President.
Page by Charlotte Meier, Photo by Jock Taylor l
Second year -
1'-' JUNIORS '82 ,
Billy Jo Prause
Theresa Durst, an Art lll student, was one of 150 art students whose work
was accepted for the National Scholastic Competition held in Austin. There
her art was on exhibit in the capitol building for one week. From there
Theresa's art went to a second competition, the state art competition,
sponsored by Texas State Art Teachers, also held in Austin. Theresa's art did
very well in both shows.
This is not the first time her art has been accepted. She was also a winner
her past two years in art. She has been in the National Art Honor Society for
two years, and holds the office of vice president this year.
What does her work mean to her? "I enjoy art because it relaxes me,
and l enjoy the outcome of what I make." She added, "Being selected for
competition is an honor, l feel like l've accomplished a goal, and it makes
me feel like l've achieved what l've worked for."
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Drinking - a necessity?
The Mesa staff surveyed juniors on their attitudes about drinking
alcoholic beverages. The percentages below were drawn from
the answers of 118juniors.
1. Do you drink any kind of alcohol? 921, yes 181, no
2. How often do you drink? 71, everyday 431,
weekends 501, special occasions
3. When do you drink? 41, lunch 961,night 1
4. Where do you drink? 661, parties 341, home '
5. Why do you drink? 971, it feels good
61,others do it 71, habit
6. ln what amounts? 91, alot 911, fair amounts
7. What do you drink? 671, beer
591, mixed drinks 341, wine
8. Could you do without alcohol? 981, yes 71, no
9. If you did, would you have as much fun? 801, yes
O. lf you don't drink, how do you feel about people who
do? 11, hard feelings 171, don't care
1. Have you ever received o minors? 61, yes 941, no 'S
2. lf your parents Cknewfknowb Cwould youfdo you? get in
trouble? 221, yes 781, no
3. ln your opinion, do students drink more here than in other
schools? 591, yes 411, no
4. Do you drink while on medication? 91, yes 911, no
5. Does alcohol influence you to "pick-up" o Cboyfgirlb at a
party? 321, yes 681, no
6. ls drinking against your religion? 101, yes 901, no
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1A: Junior Rene Avoios tightens his foce os he puts oil his effort into the shot
put, QA: Working on ort projects is o mojor project os spring opprooches.
Junior Dorren Schneider concentrotes on perfecting his sketch. SA: In order
to hove o very good golf teom ond ploce high ot tournoments lots of proc-
tice is needed, Sophomore Amy Zimmermonn spends on ofternoon proctic-
ing ot Lody Bird Pork. 4A: At o Fridoy night porty, junior Duone Weinheiner
is prepored for onything, including being o firemon.
1A: As spring neors, seniors begin ro prepore for groduofion, Here,
seniors Keith Mourer, Mike Jung, ond Helen Whersrone order
groduorion invirorions. QA: Junior Goil Jung moises o dosh for the
finish line offer she is honded the boron by sophomore Aliso
Molechels. SA: Showing off her groce ond roienr or 0 rennis morch is
junior Holly White. AA: Cooch Dovid Moyfield gives lost rninure in-
srrucrions to senior Bobby Modrid or on eorly spring boseboli gome.
Tonight's the night. Hmm. Will this be No. 21, or
This year the band obtained its 21st con-
secutive sweepstakes. The first part of this was
acquired at the UIL Marching Contest held on
November 28. The symphonic band secured the
remaining two-thirds of this award by
unanimously receiving a division "I" rating from
all three concert and all three sightreading
judges. The contest was held on March 18,
The symphonic band's concert consisted of
"Parade of the Tall Ships," "Armenian Dances
CPart ID," and "Prelude and Rondo."
To receive a superior rating,a band must play
in tune, play dynamics well, and play correct
rhythms. Pride and discipline are also important.
"This band does play in tune," said concert
judge, Doug Williamson.
"Outstanding pride and discipline
demonstrated by this band - very impressive,"
commented sightreadingjudge, Bob Lewis.
Director Darrell Gan felt that there was no ex-
tra pressure put on him since it was his first year.
"I believe there is a built-in pressure in
Fredericksburg, no matter how long you have
been here," he said.
The concert band received a division "ll"
rating in the concert portion of the contest and a
division "I" rating in sightreading. Their program
consisted of "Marche Des Parachutistes Belgesf'
"Connemara Sketches, and "Symphonic Suite."
"Courtesy and attention during director's in-
structions very impressive and commendable.
Lots of pride," commented Bob Lewis,
"We were ready enough to get by but not
ready enough for a superior rating. lf l could do it
over again this year, I would program a different
piece instead of "Symphonic Suite." lt is a very
difficult piece," explained "Dusty" Alkire, direc-
tor of the concert band.
The band puts on the Cakewalk and a benefit
barbeque and dance to help raise money for its
biannual trip. On April 23, the band left for its trip
which was to the Six Flags Marching Festival in
Fort Worth, where they performed. The show
was performed on Friday to allow the band to
go to Six Flags on Saturday. The following
awards were received by the band at the mar-
ching festival: Sweetpstakes Award - for best
overall band in contest, best in class award,
Superior CDivision ID ratings in all areas.
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1A: Juniors Dana Burg and Gayle Wallen-
dorf make sure that everyone gets the
right amount of tickets at the Cakewalk,
held on March OO. QA: Freshman Angela
Klaerner, sophomores Melissa Ramos, and
Amy Zimmermann play like professionals
at the UIL Concert and Sightreading Con-
test. SA: Assistant band director Dusty
Alkire watches to make sure that
everyone marches where he should. AA:
Seniors Kay Neffendorf and Charlotte
Meier hug for joy when they find out that
they made the 21st Sweepstakes. 1A: This
year's band sweetheart was Stacy Keller,
2A: Concert band director Dusty Alkire en-
courages his students to give just a little bit
more as their concert comes to an end.
GA: When the band went to Six Flags, a
favorite attraction was the log ride. Amy
Althaus, Denise Crenwelge, Andrea
Thomas, and Jody Clayton try to protect
themselves from getting wet. 4A: E.
Robert Emley tries to get the highest possi-
ble price on the cakes that he auctioned
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"Sectionals at six o'clock - sharp! And don't be late. Be on the field by seven,
we have lots to learn tonight," are words frequently heard from band director Dar-
On many Monday afternoons during the school year, he's reminding the 173-
member band that they'll be getting together that night to learn Fridoy night's half-
time performance or to go over that performance step by step as contest time
Seeing the band in sections, as they are pictured on this page, is deceiving
because they are usually working together. But there's a lot of pride among the
sections, too as groups yell for "FDS" or "Trumpets" or some other section.
ln the band this year are 46 seniors, 3Qjuniors, 48 sophomores and 88 freshmen.
Sixteen of these members are on the band council and all band members work
with directors Gan, Carol Meier and Stephen Alkire to make the band as good as
Put them all
it's a band
Members of the trumpet section are: Cbottomj Marsh
Weiershausen, Gaylon Woerner, Bryan Herbort, reporter,
Bryan Davis, Stacy Strackbein, Jeff Knapp, Darryl Dittmar,
Cmlddleb James Hensel, Jon Crenwelge, Debra Strelec,
Darren Crenwelge, Eric lggler, Regina Klein, Jack Shelton,
Doug Crenwelge, itopb Wayne Ransleben, Veronica
Schneider, Jeff Loomis, Darren Herber, Sharon Kelsey,
Raymond Munoz, Greg Terry.
Members of the percussion section are Cbottoml Randy Zgabay, Steven Vollmar,
Trevor Katt, Kent Stehling, John Thomas, Cmlddleb Alex Sanchez, Russell Hozelett, Tam-
my Ramsey, Jenny Wieser, president, Jeff Pehl, Jerry Stein, Laurie Bernhard, Ctopl Tina
Escamilla, Tylynn Vudmaska, Gina Bradshaw, Case Fischer, junior representative, Tim
Ager, John Vierus.
Members of the flute section are Cbottomb
Charlotte Meier, vice-president, Chrissy
Schmidt, secretary, Deanne Kammlah,
sophomore representative, Debbie Ernst,
Karen Couch, Stacy Eckert, Cmlddlej Connie
Lynch, Lizette Hahne, Trudy Steenblock,
Stacy Keller, rifle captain, Amy Harr, Col-
leen Langerhans, Gayle Wallendorf, Kan-
dice Boyce, Ctopb Barbie Beckmann, Amy
Zimmerman, DeAnn Weinheimer, Angela
Klaerner, Kristi Ellebracht, Carlynn Herbort,
Ruby Watters, Karen Verstuyft, Katherine
Members of the low brass section are: Cbottomj David Wier, Ralph Koennecke,
loading crew captain, Russell Eckhardt, Curtis Tatsch, Warren Stone, Cmiddleb Charles
Olfers, William Rode, David Bitner, Mike lsenburg, loading crew captain, Paul Lopez,
fbackj Bryan Land, Darren Jacoby, Dale Brodbeck, and Sara Stahlschmidt.
Members of the clarinet section are: Cbot-
fomh Sandy Arizola, Vicki Klein, Tammy
Moses, Tanya Hahne, senior represen-
tative, ReNee Belcik, Donna Dryden, Karen
Dotson, Cmlddlej Tina Hartmann, Penny
McBride, Sandra Hansen, Lois Weber, Linda
Ottmers, Lisa Koennecke, Laurie Kozielski,
Lora Lee Blalock, Denise Crenwelge, Linda
Dryden, Katie McClusky, Lisa Frantzen,
Ctopj Sandra Jung, Connie Dryden, Melanie
Usener, Pam Watts, Sherrie Jung, Andrea
Thomas, Lisa Knopp, Amy Elrod, Naomi
Doak, Renee Heiligmann.
Members ofthe French horn section are CbottomJTammy Crenwelge, Kay Neffen- Members of the saxophone section are: Cbottoml Brenda Lang, Darrel
dorf, Gay Nell Vestal, Denise Deike, Regina Venus, Cmiddlel Emily Eilers, Dino Weidenfeller, Andrea Jenschke, Sandra Ransleben, librarian, Kim Kunz, Cmlddlel
Sanders, Amy Wieser, freshman representative, Dona Zimmerman, Ctopj Sharon Karrie Klier, Kenneth Grobe, John Follis, Carlin Heimann, Bryan Moellering, Ctopl
Feller, Kim Hanson, Roxan Schuchardt, and Shelly Schlueter. Mecca Coonrod, Kathy Stohlschmidt. Nnnrv Knrlnrli rhfacfann lnnnnrhans. Jody
Members of the low woodwind section are: Cbottomb DaLynn Clark, Natalie Christian, Melinda Burg, Members of the trombone section are Cbottomb Alex Jung, Stacy Sanders,
Kandis Kleir flag corps captain, Melinda Burnett, Ctopb Stacy Althaus, Lynn Langerhans, Rene Malcolm Coon, Danny Sechrist, assistant drum major, Ctopj Troy Herbort,
Demuth Stebhanie Keller Chris Wendel and Kim Wood. Brian Crenwelge, Lee Danielson, Troy Moellendorf, and Paul Lochte,
Page by Charlotte Melerl
see hard work
pay in medals
Only o hondful of students ottempted to try their
skills ot mony of UIL Literory events. Those who did,
were very fomilior with school cofeterios ond
ouditoriums. Mony hove to go on Soturdoy bus trips
just to oreo proctice contest.
lt reolly poys off, with oll thot hord work, Advonc-
ing from district were Russell Hozelett, first in
newswriting, Dovid Porker, third in heodlines ond
Keith Meurer, first in science, "You feel os if you ore
occomplishing something," soid regionol contestont
Hozelett, "lt's reolly greot to get the medols, but
we're in it for the fun of it," soid Porker. "We oll hod
o blost down in Corpus Christi ot regionols, even if
only for o couple doys," soid Meurer.
Out of the mony people thot went to district,
Keith Meurer wos the only one thot mode it to
stote. He received o eighth ploce ot stote lost yeor,
ond wos third this yeor,
The One-Act Ploy District meet wos held here -
For obout o week there wos no getting into the
holls to your locker. Students hod to corry four to
five books oround every doy,
Dromo students in our district competed for o
chonce to go to Corpus Chirsti for regionol competi-
tion. Our dromo deportment wos fourth of four in
district, but first in zone.
1A1 Koren Versruyft ond Helen Whetstone put on o good show
os they compete in district competition. QA: Trovis Koock hos o
time bugling in the ploy put on for district, "Arsenic ond Old
Loce." SA: Molcolm Coon pours for Corlin Heimonn in the one-
oct ploy, AA Ull competitors ore Ann Mcl3ryde, Bryon Herbort,
Corrie Ottmers, Borboro Mouerer, Peggy Jenschke, Sondro Jung,
Koren Couch, Dennis Thiele, Elizobeth Dook, Csecond rcwb Russell
Hozelett, Goyle Wollendorf, Nancy Koderli, Helen Whetstone,
Micheol Coon, Troy Herbort, Corlin Heimonn, Koren Verstuyft,
Cthird IOWJ Dovid Porker, Alice Kluttz, Tino Hortmonn, Amy Elrod,
Lori Bernhord, Keith Meurer, Soroh Srolhshmidt. SA: Helen
Whetstone ond Lois Whitewood discuss reodywriting before the
UIL District meet. 6A Keith Meurer studies hord for the time when
he goes to stote competition in Austin, He ploced third in AAAA.
7A: Jomes Pope goes over some spelling with Morgie Solinos
before the district meet.
Page by Ten! Pltmon, photos by Bobby McDonIeI, Jock Toylolf
for a strong
"I" in concert
Giving it their best - pitch, thot's whot it's oll
obout for choir members - reoching high ond
low to get o good sound.
This yeor's choir hod reoson to feel good
obout it, too. The mixed chorus pulled in o divi-
sion "I" roting this yeor during their UIL Concert-
Sightreoding Contest in the concert division, ond
o "ll" in sightreoding. "The kids did one heck of o
job in concert. They got o stonding ovotion,
which surprised them," soid Jerry Jenkins,
Sightreoding didn't go os well, os the group fell
short one roting of ottoining their second
sweepstokes. "The kids did o much better job
thon o two. They deserved o one. The
sightreoding piece wos reolly difficult for ony
high school choir. But we got through with little or
no problems. We just deserved better," soid
Morilyn Jenkins, occomponist. Overoll the choir
students were sotisfied with the outstonding job
they did in concert.
The choir is olwoys keeping their voices
wormed up becouse UIL contest isjust one of the
mony ottroctions. They song ot the Annuol Lions
Club Christmos Progrom. Then they creoted their
own Christmos Cord, this wos performed on the
bolcony of the Pioneer Memoriol Librory. After
the UIL Concert wos over, the choir focused on
their Spring Concert in Moy.
Attoining "I" rotings in solo ond ensemble
were: Glen Dietrich, Morcie Jenkins, Stocy
Forobee, Borboro Mourer, ond receiving o "I"
roting in ensemble were Becky Willioms, Stocy
Forobee, ond Mory Morin.
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A21 Keeping the Christmos spirit
olive the choir members
serenoded different rest homes
in Fredericksburg. A31 It's not
just medols ond ploques ond
porches - it's hord work. These
ore the things choir eorned this
yeor. A41 Giving the singers
some bockground music is
Morilyn Jenkins, occomponist.
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A2: Keeping his eye on the music while keep-
Ing everyone together is Jerry Jenkins, direc-
tor. AS: Mol-sing sure everythings orgonlzed
just right ore officers: Koren Jenschl-se, Stocy
Forobee, Trovis Koock, Stocey Gorretson, ond
Cindy Burditt. A41 Reheorsing for spring con-
cert ore Mory Morin, Morie Rivera, Stephonle
Jones, Koren Arizolo, Regino Venus. A5: Giv-
Ing the Lion's Club Christmas Progrom is o treot
for the entire FHS Choir.
Page by Marcia Jenkins, Photos by Jock Taylor ond Bobby Mcbonlol I
"Every two weeks you stort with nothing ond
end up with eight poges," soid editor Bryon Her-
bort describing in o nutshell both the rewords
ond the frustrotions of working on the
Fifteen completely unique individuols worked
on the stoff this yeor ond combined to produce
more poges for the entire yeor thon ony other
previous stoff. The stoff wos led by H 6 H - none
other thon seniors Bryon Herbort ond Russell
Hozelett who held the positions of editor ond
monoging editor for the second consecutive
yeor. Visitors couldn't enter the stoff room
without noticing the HXH symbol somewhere.
Storting the yeor with o completely
revomped look, the Comet benefitted from 0
redesign workshop ottended in June by Herbort
ond grophics editor Dovid Porker, As one of only
14 schools invited to ottend the workshop, the
Comet stoff members heord instruction from o
notionol expert in the field of grophic design ond
then put those principles into proctice by chong-
ing the look of the poper. Herbort, Porker,
Hozelett ond photo editor Jock Toylor ottended
the Trinity University Summer Journolism lnstitute.
At stote convention in Austin in the spring the
stoff wos reworded with its seventh consecutive
Aword of Distinguished Merit - the top roting
given to high school popers. ln point totols, the
poper finished second in the stote in its' closs. ln-
dividuol medols were olso won by Toylor for
photogrophy, Herbort ond Hozelett for page
one design ond Porker for newswriting.
Broodcost journolism, o one-semester jour-
nolism closs, gove students the chonce to put
together their own television progroms on o
wide voriety of topics. Teenoge use of olcohol, o
visit down the town's moin street, o foshion
show, o debote - those were some of the
topics covered by this yeor's closs. The students
went on locotion to film ot vorious ploces oround
town ond on compus.
1A: Members of the 1981-82 Comet Stoff included .lock Toylor,
Alice Kluttz, Gayle Wollendort, Tino Hortmonn, Ann McBryde,
Tobin Dovis, Cbock rowj Art Esensee, Eunovoe Holt, Glen
Dietrich, Bryon Herbort, Russell Hozelett, Corrie Ottmers,
Dovid Porker. QA: Working on getting things just exoctly
stroight, junior Goyle Wollendorf ploces some copy on the
1A: Hot off the presses, seniors Dovid
Porlser ond Russell Hozelett check the
finished product os the Comet is printed
by Hill Country Community Press. QA: lt
o tough life for stoff photogrophers
Bobby McDoniel ond Jock Toylor os
they check settings before working on
o swimsuit feoture for the Comer. CBA:
Broodcost journalism students Duone
We-inheimer ond Lorry Piivero TOpe o
segment ot the Game Shock with
owner Henry ltri. The students go on
locotion to film reports.
Page by Dona Demel, photos by Terrl Pitman and Bobby McDaniel f
Photogrophy ond Meso ore two closses thot
ore both o leorning experience, fun, ond lots of
hord work. The photogrophy closses, tought by
Mrs. Cothy Collier, ore proboblyi the most
populor closses she teoches - olso one of the
most expensive. Film, floshes, printing supplies
ond lots of money, finonced by the school, ore
needed to keep the closs in operotion. Mony
students find thot photogrophy is both o leorning
experience ond o fun hobby.
Jock Toylor, the Meso ond Comet
photogropher, developed his hobby from the
photogrophy closs. He plons to go to college ond
become on odvertising photogropher. Jock soys
thot "working on the school newspoper ond
Meso stoff give me on opportunity to be more
involved in things, becouse I report them. lt olso
enobles me to meet people thot l don't normol-
ly see ond I get to meet new people."
The yeorbook stoff is olso o mojor importonce
to the school. The smoll group of students stort
out the beginning of the yeor ond monoge to
put together o 200-poge, 512,000 book.
Lost yeor's book, 1980-1981 Meso, received on
Aword of Achievement from the lnterscholostic
Leogue Press Conference ond won five in-
Corrie Moenius, the editor of lost yeor's book,
won third ploce in opening ond shored o third
ploce medol with Becky Stehling, for cover
design. Stehling wos not on the stoff but wos
chosen to drow up the design for the yeorbook.
Kenneth Boker, who is on the yeorbook stoff
ogoin this yeor, won second in ocodemic spreod.
Tommy Loth won second in sports spreod ond
Glendo Gont won first ploce in odvertising.
This yeor's book hos token on o new op-
prooch. The book is put together by seosons in-
steod of the different sections. The sports foll into
their different seoson os oll of the other octivities.
The stoff hopes thot the new ideo will moke the
book o little more interesting ond enjoyoble for
the student body.
1Az Keith Meurer, senior, zooms in with the closs 35mm
comero. 2A: Mrs. Collier ond editor Terri Pitmon work on the
lodder for the '82 book. The lodder is the page-by-poge plon
for the pages. 3: Juniors Shonnon Jung ond Corrie West get o
negotive reody for printing during their photojournolism closs.
1A: Jock Toylor, Comet ond Meso photogropher looks for o
different ongle for trock shots. 2A: Doug Edwords ond
Thereso Durst mix o printing solution for their photojournolism
closs. SA: "Now we mode o mistoke here," Mrs. Collier soys
os she goes over on old Meso with stoffers Chorlotte Meier
ond Tommy Crenwelge. AA: Greg Dooley Ioods his comero
with film during o photo closs ossignment. 5A: Jody Cloyton
ogitotes his roll of film during the development process.
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for zone win
Students who enroll in speech and drama
classes quickly find that they have to do more
than just play around, They learn to put human
feelings into the parts they play, they learn to try
to get a point across to the people listening to
their speeches. In a real sense, both are
This year drama students have put together
five productions, "The Hobbit," "Fine Arts Col-
lage," "Lights, Camera, Action," a mime show
and the year's major effort, "Arsenic and Old
Lace," the district UIL One-Act Play entry.
"Preparing for our UIL performance takes a
long time and a lot of hard work, too. We put in
about 100 hours of practices on 'Arsenic and Old
Lace,"' said senior Helen Whetstone who won
the Best Actress Award at district for her perfor-
mance in the play.
"For me, acting is an outlet for my personali-
ty," Whetstone said, "Even if I fail at acting, I
know l've tried."
Putting together a production also means
extra-long hours for the director. Teacher Lavern
Loving is at school before the 6 a.m. practices
begin and long after the 3:20 p.m. bell in the
afternoon. "I enjoy teaching drama," she said,
"lt's exciting - with the exception of bad prac-
tices. They get us nowhere."
The one-act play was the top play in zone
competition and fourth at district.
A11 Mrs. Loving, director works
on paper work for one of their
plays. A21 Travis Kooch tries to
convince Malcolm Coon he's the
President in "Arsenic and Old
Lace." AS: Pam Mauldin works
on a speech in Public Speaking.
A4: Keeping the one act play in
working order are the crew
Nancy Kaderli, Sarah
Stahlschmidt, Lizzie Gonzales,
Alice Kluttz, Kathy Stahlschmidt,
31 Carlin Heimann takes it easy as he plots
out another killing in "Arsenic and Old
Lace," 4: Troy Herbort in o state of shock
when he finds out his aunts are killing peo-
ple. 5: Ricky Priess adds a little movement
into his speech in Public Speaking. 6:
Malcolm Coon and Carlin Heimann bring a
dead body inconspiculously in their one act
ploy. 7: Members of the cast ore: Danny
Sechrist, Michael Coon, Travis Kooch, Keith
Meurer, Malcolm Coon, Karen Verstuyft,
Troy Herbort, Carlin Herbort, Helen
Page by Morale Jenkins, Photos Jack Toylor and Bobby McDaniel f
Never a dull
moment in ag
Whatever the vocational ag students do, it's
always a lot of work.
At the beginning of the year the FFA is involv-
ed in Junior and Senior Chapter Conducting.
Senior Kim Dorer said, "Junior and Senior
Chapter Conducting is supposed to teach you
how to conduct a meeting," There is also a radio
broadcasting team and a quiz team.
FFA members are involved in various
stockshows throughout the state of Texas. Begin-
ning in Gillespie County, they also have
members competing in Kerrville, Fort Worth, San
Antonio, Houston, and San Angelo.
By March the students have been preparing
for the variousjudging teams, such as, Dairy Pro-
ducts, Dairy Cattle, Poultry, Livestock, and Meats.
Different teams compete at different locations
for their District Contests. Area and State Contests
are held at AGM.
Ag. class teaches responsibility and leadership.
Students must invest thier own money into a pro-
ject, keep records of their expenses and profits,
and turn them in at the end of the year.
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a piece of metal. 2A: Junior
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Weinheimer receives the Farm
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Weinheimer, Kathy Davis, Cmiddlej Mark Schumann, Ken Weidenfeller, Quinn Jenschke, Randall Stahl, Neil
Reeh, Lynn Roy Ransleben, Kenneth Grobe, Timmy Klein, Ctoph David Lochte, Brion Crenwelge, Donny
Moellendorf, Mike Jenschke, Daryl Eckert, Douglas Behrends, Troy Jenschke, Michael Lochte,
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Freshman and Sophomore FFA members are: Cflrstb Katie Mitchell, Delores Smith, Barbara
Grobe, Cheryl Crenwelge, Penny McBride, Mochelle Mueller, Chris Wendel, Veronica
Schneider, Elgino Durst, Melinda Burg, Rhonda Lochte, Elizabeth Edwards, Csecondb Chris
Bauer, Paul Jenschke, Jeff Jung, Brian Sogebiel, Gerald Jenschke, Dan Vestal, Albert Nebgen,
Chad Bernhard, Robert Spies, Scott Schumann, Ray Hartmann, Cthlrdb Hank Edwards, Michael
Baethe, Jeffrey Johnson, Burt Barwise, Kevin Weber, David Watts, Lonnie Jenschke, Randy
Glover, Ricky Frantzen, Quinton Zoeller, Chris Weidenfeller, Jack Schmidt, Barney Raymond,
Cfourthj Kevin Ottmers, Darren Herber, Brian Eckert, Keith Crenwelge, Jason Lange, John Kleir,
Bartley Parker, Kent Wahl, Wade Reeh, John Vic, Richard Keenig, Darren Crenwelge.
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1A: Junior Brion Crenwelge uses the cutting torch. GA: Sophomore
Joson Longe cuts o pipe with on obrosive cut-off sow. 5A: Seniors
Troy Jenschl-se, John Kost, ond John Dovis work on gates.
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QA: Seniors John Kost ond Michael
Lochte Weld gotes. AA: Albert Usener,
John Dovis, Elizobeth Edwords, Doug
Edwords, ond Roger Green prepore for
their spring bonquet. oA: Junior Timmy
Klein presents the Outstanding
Breeding Swine Producers oword to
senior Michoel Lochte. 7A: Ag teocher
Albert Usener repoirs o troiler.
Page by Tommy Clenwelge, photos by Tammy Crenwelge and Jack Taylor!
"DornI My colculotor's on the blink ogoin -
ond my six weeks test is next period. Whot om I
gonno do?" For some students moth is the
eosiest closs of the doy, but for others it's o
"To me moth is o reol bore ond I don't like it,"
soid senior Cheryl Eissler. "But it helps to hove o
good teocher who understonds you ond who
you con understondf'
"Moth is o good closs for me, ond I enjoy it,"
soid junior Wondo Smorr. "Moth comes to me
quickly ond I enjoy working with it," soid senior
Keith Meurer, o veteron of moth contests ond o
consistently top student in moth. "I like oll the dif-
ferent formulos ond the onswers you con come
"Algebra os o whole is the hordest becouse
there ore so mony formulos ond things to
remember," soid Kevin Boeck, junior, "but with
o good teocher, like Lindo Treibs, you hove o lot
of fun ond leorn everything you need." "Moth is
hord," junior Corrie Ottmers ogreed, "but once
you've leorned the bosics, you hove moth
knowledge for o long time."
From the teochers' viewpoint, moth is ojoy to
teoch ond it's interesting to wotch the students
"I enjoy teoching two types of students," soid
Dovid Osborne, "One is o student who
understonds eosily ond chollenges me to go
beyond the regulor course. The second is o stu-
dent who hos o 60 or 70 overoge ond reolly
wonts to leorn. These I coll my strugglers."
Chorles Hoos soid he works on o student's
overoll ottitude obout moth ond tries to prepore
them for how they will be oble to use it in life.
"Teoching is o chollenge, ond I like to be oble
to teoch o student to work on everydoy pro-
blem right, not just worry obout getting the
onswer," soid Lindo Treibs. "I like being o smoll
port of o student's life."
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Longehennig keeps her mind on the theory Mr. Schonduo is exploining. 4: Jock Schonduo,
moth deporrmenr choirmon, tries to moke even complicoted moth understondoble for his
2AWith a little enthusiasm, not
only does Mr. Haas get the
point across but he adds a little
fun to his assignments. 3AWith o
little extra timejunior John Follis,
and senior Jeff Knapp work on
and try to figure out that com-
puter. 4AWith a little extra help
from teacher Mrs. Haas,
sophomore Alisa Molecheck,
catches on to her Geometry
real well. 5AWith occurate
measuring, freshman Greg
Arizolo con figure out his moth
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Sooner or loter students ot FHS enter the world
of science. There ore o voriety of science closses
thot con be token under science teochers Dovid
Hopf, Hubert Nixon, Rick Wilson, ond Bennie
The science clubs hove mony different vorious
octivities in which they engoge. The Ecology
Club, sponsored by Hubert Nixon, went on on
overnight comping trip. They hove porties ot the
pork ond ploy volleyboll. They olso hod fund
The JETS Club, which is sponsored by Dr. Dovid
Hopf, stonds for Junior Engineering Technicol
Society. Every yeor the Jets Club goes to o con-
vention which is held ot AGM. This yeor they
toured the cyclotron which is on otom smosher.
1A: Dr. Dovid Hopf shows his ortistic obility os he shows his
chemistry students the chonge in the rote of molecules. 2A:
Freshmon Noncy Hohn expresses her scientific knowledge in
on experiment. SA: Members of the JETS Club include Cbot-
tom rowh Shoron Feller Csecretoryb Timothy Klein, Mil-se Jung
CPresidentD John Follis CVice-Pres.J, C2nd rowl Korlo Koch, Liso
Holmicek, Kelly Hogel, Mecco Mors, Molcolm Coon, Russell
Hozelett, Donny Sechrist, Lori Bernhordt, Rhondo Lochte 43rd
rowj Michoel Coon, Stocey Gorretson, Deonne Kommloh,
Loro Lee Blolock, Keith Meurer, Peggy Jenschke, Mory Gon-
zolez, Elizobeth Dock, Lori Lond, Andreo Jenschke C4th rowb
Sponsor Dovid Hopf, Poul Lochte, Jock Shelton, Amy Zimmer-
mon, Raymond Munoz, Jerry Stein, John Thomos, Cose
Fisher, Tylynn Vudmosko ond Chorles Olfers.
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3. Members of the Ecology Club ore Cfront rowj Susie Durrer, Shoron Feller, Dono Demel, Koren
Jenschlse Ctreosurerb, .lomie Horms, Dione Munoz, Jackie Koderli, Denise Siniord, Sponsor Hubert Nix-
on, 42nd rowj Art Esensee, Goil Jung, Corrie West, Melindo Burnett CHistorionD, Tony Foz, Holly White,
Tino Hortmonn, Lori Lond, Alicio Krorner, Gayle Wollendorf, Dovid Moples C3rd rowh Scot Schoetter,
Brody Alexonder, Thereso Durst, Jeff Sultemeier, Donny Flores, Alynn Whitmire, Fronk Lozono, Lorie
Friedrich, Todd Stubblefield CSerg,-ot-Armsb, Crop rowb Corl O'Neill, Jeff Londis, Potrice Crone, Suson
Murphy CSecretoryD Brion Moenius CPresidentD, Tommy Loth Nice-Presb, Donno Heinen, Bobby
Modrid, Jock Toylor, Chris Rees Clleporterb ond Jerry Stein.
Hubert Nixon helps freshmen
Tommy Romsey ond Troci
Wicker with o science
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grosses. 2A: Juniors Keith Boeck ond Donny Hodges work with otom
models in chemistry closs.
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with six firsts
Auto Mechonics this yeor hos done o lot for the
students in the closses. Junior Keith Loumonn
soid, "The closs hos reolly helped me in my skills
with outo mechonicsf' The closs teoches the
bosics of overhouling engines to the fine tuning
of on engine.
Auto Mechonics hos two closses 0 doy which
meet three periods in the morning ond three
periods in the ofternoon. Junior Brion Floch from
Comfort soid, "lt gets to little old driving to
Fredericksburg just for three periods o doy but
Auto Mechonics is reolly o very fun closs becouse
of the friends l hove in the closs," Junior Keith No-
vion soid, "the closs is o good closs in the work
but the closs sticks to the bosics too much. l would
like to leorn how to mill cylinder heods or how to
bore on engine block which the closs does not
The students who ore under the direction of
Henry Roos, himself o former professionol
mechonic, go to contests onnuolly in with their
membership in VICA - Vocotionol lndustriol
Clubs of Americo. This yeor Auto Mechonics
brought home six first ploces ot stote . . . Rhett
Loskoskie, Tino Robledo, Curtis Tostch, Mott
White, Dovid Stroube, ond Keith Schreider olso
with o fourth ploce in the skills contest.
Winning seconds were Mork Weber, ond Gory
Fidler both of which hod projects.
Winning third ploce wos Dovid Schmidtzinsky
with his project.
1: Sop. more Joe Poroge ond junior Dovid
Stroube toke port in the fine tuning of the
engine of this Chevy pickup. 2: Senior Scott
Wood from Comfort is helping junior John
Puckett ond junior Keith Novion find the tune
up specificotions for John's 225 Dodge pickup.
31 Senior Kenneth Boker is working on port
of the drive troin by replocing the universol
joints on the drive shoft. 4: Junior John
Puckett is doing some mojor odjusting on
the throttle Iinkoge of his 225 Dodge.
1A: Checking the pressure thot the rodiotor will hold
ore senior Jeff Dixon ond junior John Puckett while
sophomore Joe Poroge, senior Dorreli Smith ond
sophomore Ronold Thomos look on. 2A: From left to
right is Keith Loumonn with o second ploce on o cor-
buretor, Gory Fiedler with o first ploce on on olter-
notor, ond Joe Poroge with o third ploce on on olter-
notor. 3: Seniors Keith Schnider, Mott White, ond
Dovid Schmidtzinsky ore trying to find out why this lit-
tle 71 Ford Pinto will not stort,
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Auto Mechonics students ore: Kbottom rowj Willom Rode, Jed Miller, Joe Poroge, Keith Novion, Nelson Fluit,
Bryon Moellering, Gory Fidler, Tino Robledo, Glen Behrends, Cmiddle row! Henry Roos, Keith Lomonn, Burt
Seidensticker, Jeff Lidner, Dovid Schmidtzinsky, Curtis Totsch, Dovid Stroube, Mitchell Sieckmonn, John Puckett,
Dovid Regon, Dovid Herrero, Ctop rowj Ronold Thomos, Dorreli Smith, Jeff Clendenen, Jeff Dixon, Rondy
Juenke, Kenneth Boker, Scott Wood, Mork Weber, Brion Flock, Keith Schneider, Mott White, Timmy
house of skills
Three bedrooms, two boths, fireploce, boy
windows, two-cor-goroge - doesn't sound like
o typicol clossroom, ond it's not.
This 560,000 home ot 109 S. Columbus is the
project of the building trodes closs.
For 7 yeors the closs hos built o house o yeor
os well os worked on individuol projects.
The lot ond moteriols in the brick house were
furnished by Boise Coscode, ond the students,
under the direction of Bill Brisbin, provided the
In return Boise Coscode mokes o donotion to
the closs which is used for new equipment
replocing broken equipment, contest expenses
ond on end-of-the-yeor borbecue.
Senior Curtis Kuhlmonn soid "The closs is o
greot closs to hove. The closs will get o little bor-
ing if you do not keep busy but there is
something new to do eoch doy."
Sophomore Sommy Mortinez soid the closs is
"on oll right closs. The thing I like doing ore con-
structing the frome of the house, building
cobinets, ond dry woll."
Four building trodes students scored ot the
stote contest. ln skills contests, Curtis Kuhlmonn
wos first in cobinet-moking ond Fernondo Chopo
wos third in cement moson competition. ln pro-
jects, Sonny Corlos won first with his clock, Curtis
Kuhlmonn, first with o chess boord ond Teddy
Keller, first with 0 clock.
ln oreo competition, eight other students
ploced in oddition to the four who odvonced to
stote. Dorin Feller wos fourth in dry woll op-
plicotor, Perry Huff wos sixth in corpentry ond
won o third on his clock project. Antulio Velo
won o third for his clock, Sommy Mortinez hod o
third on o speoker box, Dorin Feller won o se-
cond on his clock, Kevin Mourer won o third on
his weother stotion, Kevin Stroube won o third
on his weother stotion ond Johnny Duecker hod
o second on o pool cue rock.
1: Poul Pyko uses his skills to instoll o door stop ot the home the Building Trodes Closs is building
2: Juniors Rudy Sonchez ond Dorin Feller help restock brick ot the end of the doy.
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1Az Using the wood lathe is junior Kevin Maurer. 2A: Junior Troy Deike cuts
a board to start the makings of his project, which was a night srond. SA:
Senior Richard Gahler cuts o board that he'll use on a cabinet, AA: Members
of the Building Trades Class are Cboftomj Sonny Carlos, Aaron Lindner,
Robert Hobratschk, Feliciono Garcia, Kenneth Verstuyft, Kevin Maurer, Fer-
nando Chapo, Carl Weber, Jonny Duecker and Bennie Nino, Cmlddlej
Johothon Pierce, Perry Huff, Max Werner, Michoel Wallendorf, Sammy Mor-
tinez, Anrulio Vela, Dale Land, Paul Pyka, Gene Mosmeyer, Crop! Teddy
Keller, Richard Gahler, John Kast, Curtis Kuhlmann, Rudy Sonchez, Donny
Boerner, Dovid Pue, Doryl Herber, Kevin Straube, Troy Deike, Darin Feller.
5A: Sommie Martinez ond Antilio Vela, sophomores, show their projects
which won them third places. oA: Junior Johnny Deckert and senior Aaron
Lindner put the bose board in the bay window of the house the class is
46 Page by Ken Boker, Photos by Jock Taylor I
strives for best
falls one short
Breoths come foster, heortbeots drown out the
sounds oround them, feet thot felt like wings in
the beginning now feel heovy with their
phenominol speed, the fleet-footed trocksters
clock record times on the stop wotch.
Well, not thot phenominol, but the F.H.S. J.V.
ond. Vorsity boys trock teom foired much better
this yeor then before.
As everyone knows cooches A. J. Loth, Bennie
Rothke, Jimmy Morsholl hove the boys doing
very tough work-outs. Cooch Rothke soys the
work-outs produce good results ond thot the
boys owloys give it 11079. Most of the boys ore
very dedicoted, those ore the ones who never
Going into district the Billie trocksters were
seeded 8th in teom plocings. But the hord-work
Rothke tolked obout poid off os the Billies
finished three ploces higher in 5th ploce.
Cooch Loth soys he expects much more out of
this group of boys next yeor.
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1: Trying to eose the tension before the roce, Todd Kneese, Greg Treibs ond Andy Gomez poss
the time with o Kerrville runner ot the district meet in Kerrville. 2: Round ond round, Gilbert
Rivero heoves the discus os he tries for regionols. 3: With every muscle in his body stroining,
Dovid Wolsh pushes toword the finish line. 4: Hondl Henry Milsop puts the boron perfectly into
John Boll's hond ot the 400 meter reloy ot the Fredericksburg Reloys.
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2 1: Gaylon Woerner breathes a sigh of rellef
4 after he crosses the finish line at the 800-meter
run at the Fredericksburg Relays. 2: Members
of the track team include Cfront rowl Andy
Gomez, Terry Sanchez, Jesse Alemon, Jacky
Bryson, Johnny Joe Valdez, Raymond Castlllo,
Gilbert Rivera, Csecond rowj Bill Sebera, Mark
Itz, David Herrera, Tommy Brock, Bryan
Kneese Cthlrd rowl Todd Kneese, David Walsh,
Ron Kaiser, Carl Straube, Bert Barwise, Greg
Treibs, Cback rowh Coach Jimmy Marshall,
Coach A. J. Loth, Tommy Loth, Troy Deike,
Keith Kozielski, Coach Bennie Rathke.
Page by Morcie Jenkins, photos by Jack Taylor I
There wos no trip to the stote meet this yeor
for first-yeor cooch Debro Brister ond her trock
teom, but "woit until next yeor" might be their
motto os they look toword 1963.
Two teom members, freshmon Liso Knopp
ondjunior Kothy Dovis, mode it to regionols ond
only one senior will be Ieoving this yeor's teom,
distonce-runner Chrissy Schmidt.
Of the 30 girls out for trock this yeor, only six
were returning lettermen - Schmidt, Alynn
Whitmire, Goil Jung, Kothy Dovis, Suson Deike
ond Deidro Fulks.
Cooch Brister is olso hoping to build for next
yeor with o stronger off-seoson progrom to
moke sure thot the girls ore in shope by the time
the seoson begins next spring.
This yeor's stondouts - Knopp ond Dovis --
won their trip to regionols ot the district meet in
Kerrville April 7, over the Eoster holidoys. Dovis
ploced second in discus ond Knopp wos first in
the triple jump. Cooch Brister sold both girls were
"very tolented othletes with o lot of promise."
Throughout the seoson the young trock teom
did well not plocing lower thon fourth ot ony
pre-district meet. Their performonce helped to
dispel feors Cooch Brister might hove hod obout
coming to o smoll school. "I hod heord thot FHS
didn't hove os much speed os o AAAA high
school should hove, ond therefore, I felt o little
pressure," she soid.
1A: Liso Knopp, freshmon, reoches out for on extro inch. 2A:
Junior Kothy Dovis strives for better throws with hopes to od-
vonce to regionols.
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Burnett, Suzanne Hartman, Alynn Whltmire, Krlstl Ellebracht, Susan
Deike, Judy Brandenberger, Veronica Schneider, Colleen Langerhans,
Lisa Herzog, Laura Hansen, Christine Langerhans, Cmlddlel Coach Debra
Brister, Kathy Davis, Armandina Valdez, Monica Roberts, Deidra Fulks,
Cindy Kraus, Melinda Burnett, Emily Ellers, Lynn Langerhans, Cbottomh
Lisa Schaundua, Gail Jung, Nancy Hahn, Marle Rivera, Chrlssy Schmidt,
Erica Turrentine. 2A: Lisa Knapp hands off to Gall Jung, junior. SA:
Sophomore Deidra Full-ts, glides over the hurdles. 4A: Susan Delke,
sophomore, clears the high jump bar with ease. 5A: Strolnlng every
muscle before she hands aff, Is Nancy Hahn, freshman.
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in district play
The time to get in the swing of things is now! Thot
is whot the girls golf teom decided to do os they
took their stond ot district ond brought home first
ploce. Next they went on to end their seoson with
third ploce in regionols.
Junior Terri Pitmon feels they "hod o good teom.
The new members did good for their first yeor ond
next yeor should be o good one."
The guys teom wosn't os in the oct this yeor os
they ended their seoson with fourth in district. The
boys' hod o good teom they just "didn't pull
together in time to moke it count" is how senior
Morsh Weirshousen would describe it.
According to Cooch Rick Wilson both teoms "ore
reolly good. The girls look forword to o good yeor
with our returning teom ond new members lined
up. We will work on getting the guys to moke o
working together teom. I hope thot next yeor we
will win oll oround."
So the '82 seoson hos closed ond seniors hove
retired their golf clubs, but next yeor this returning
group will show their stuff.
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1A: Dennis Allen helps Kelly Lin-
dig through o stroke os he
shows Kelly o good woy to
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1A: Borbi Beckmonn goes for the gusto while ploying out ot Lody Bird Pork. QA: Eric
Prott fights o sond trop ond loses.
Boys golf teom members include: Cbottom rowj Dorryl Dittmor, Eric Prott, Morsh Weir-
shousen. Cmiddleb Kelly Lindig, Denis Thiele, Corl O'Neol itopb Jock Toylor, ond Eddie
Girls golf teom members include: Cbottom rowb Melindo Burg, Borbi Beckmonn, Trocy
Wicker Cmiddlej Terri Pitmon, Koy Neffendorf, Ctopl Amy Zimmermonn
SA: Melindo Burg concentrotes on o collor-raising stroke. AA: Amy Zimmermann goes
borefoot through the golf course os Cooch Rick Wilson wotches her stroke.
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come close to
Making a successful, nearly a playoff season out
of what was predicted to be - maybe - a
break-even season was the highlight of the year for
the 21-5 varsity baseball team,
As it was, it took a three-game cliff-hanger
playoff series against Uvolde to finish off what
Coach David Mayfield called "the most enjoyable
experience of my coaching career."
"The team gained a lot of respect, andtheir suc-
cess helped public relations by getting more people
to come and see them in action," Coach Mayfield
This year's group included only two seniors -
Bobby Madrid and Tobin Davis - and so hopes are
high for next year. Even so, this seaon was "one
that will be remembered for a long time," Coach
Leadership on the team was very high and the
coach pointed particuarly to Madrid. "He may not
have been the best player on the team, but he
seemed to keep them moving. When anyone
began to get out of line behind my back, Bobby
helped me keep them in line," he said.
Cf the junior varsity squad, Coach Calvin Yor-
brough said, "The team played a hard schedule
and that's what we wanted." They ended the
season at 7-10 "which was good considering the
many varsity teams we played," Coach Yarbrough
"I enjoyed coaching this year and expect these
young men to have a bright future," he said.
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structions on batting against the pitcher. QA: Members of the 1981 varsity baseball team are
ffront rowb Darren Schneider, Randy Zgabay, Rudy Espinoza, Wade Reeh, Tony Faz, James
Hensellp Cmiddle rowb Danny Flores, Roddy Mayfield, Ricky Loth, Kevin Boeck, Bryan Davis,
Brad Fulks, Keith Boeckp Ctop rowh Tobin Davis, Michael Schandua, Michael Friedrich, Bobby
Madrid, Kent Wah, Coach David Mayfield. OA: Members of the JV squad include Cfront rowy
Michael Marquez, Albert Nebgen, Rob Spies, Regan Flory, Paul Jenschke, Matthew Baethge,
Cmiddle rowj Renee Marquez, James Morquecho, Bobby Johnson, Gerald Jenschke, Jeff
Jung, James Lenag Ctop TOWJ Coach Calvin Yarbrough, Wade Reeh, Scott Hartmann, Ricky
Loth, Kent Wahl, Bill Sebera, Pat Welty, Terry Sanchez.
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Mayfield awaits the throw, hoping to tag out the runner. 3: Coach Calvin Yar-
brough gives o few signals to the pitcher under the watchful eye of Coach
Mayfield' Waiting for his turn to bat, junior Roddy Mayfield cheers his team, hoping for a
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The All-Sports Bonquet is setfor Moy 17. This
bonquet hos the some nomes yeor ofter yeor
but hos different foces. Thot's why it's the
most offended bonquet oll yeor. This bonquet
will be the some this yeor os lost yeor
becouse this yeor the footboll teom will not
The reoson for this is becouse U.l.L.
oworded Cooch Wicker thot the ruling is thot o
teom con only be recognized once before o
seoson ond once offer. Since the Lions Club
hos honored the teom olreody so if ony foot-
boll ployers wonts to ottend the bonquet he
hos to poy, unless he's in onother sport.
"This is the first time l've ever noticed the
ruling, l've notified the Lions Club thot there
will be no more bonquetsf' soid Cooch Corlin
"I wosn't owore of this but I feel thot they
should be recognized for their outstonding
ochievement ond should go os o teom,"
freshmon Sherrie lung soid.
"They should be honored becouse it is on
ALL-SPORTS Bonquet ond they ore on impor-
tont sport," soid Erin Sebero.
"I feel thot it's not very foir, especiolly since
the teom did so well they should eoch be
recognized." soidjunior Wondo Smorr.
"I think the Sports bonquet is on importont
bonquet but we hove to remember thot it
wosn't done on purpose, ond it wos nobody's
fouIt," soid Ann Henk.
Even though the teom wosn't there os o
teom the Mr. ond Mrs. FHS owords, ond Bottlin
Billie oword were still given in pride omong
the students ond Foculty ond Porents thot
Battlin' Billie Award Winners
Winners of the Bottlin' Billie Aword ore Cfront rowj Football - Tommy Loth, Tennis - Chris
Koderli, Boseboll - Bobby Modrid, Cross Country - Johnny Joe Voldez, Bosketboll - Russell
Eckhordt, Cbock rowj Golf - Kelly Lindig, Bosketboll - Morlo Phler, Tennis - Trudy
Steenblock, Golf - Koy Neffendorf, Trock - Liso Knopp, Cross Country - Liso Herzog, Trock
- Gilbert Rivero
Mr. and Miss Sport Award Winners
Mr. ond Miss Awords were given to Crow onel Miss Golf - Terri Pitmon, Miss Cross Country -
Chrissy Schmidt, Miss Tennis - Holly White, Miss Bosketboll - Sondro Hohn, Miss Trock -
Kothy Dovis, Qrow twob Mr. Bosketboll - Russell Eckhordt, Mr. Boseboll - Michoel Friedrich,
Mr. Trock - Greg Treibs, Mr. Cross Country - Roymond Costillo, Mr. Golf- Kelly Lindig, Mr,
Footboll - Bryon Grono
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Tennis teom members include Cfrontj Marlo Pohler, Dovid Lonids, Bryon Eager,
Becky Adoms, Shelly Weirlch, Amy Wieser, Csecond rowj Holly White, Denise
Heinen, Sondro Hohn, Lizette Hohne, Kelly Hagel, Debro Kneese, Tommy
Romsey, Stephanie Keller, Coach Scott Gollowoy, Cthlrd rowl Kris Boecker,
Dono Burg, Trevor Kott, Russell Eckhordt, Billy Bell, Donny Hodges, Ann Souer,
Tennis better than ever
With o forword hond swing ond o good tennis teom, this hos
been on exceptionolly good yeor for the teom with cooch
With o new foce ond first yeor on o school tennis teom junior
Holly White showed her othletic obility by pulling on to district.
"I like ploying singles in tennis becouse it's on independent
gome. I like the gome os 0 whole ond the competition. I olso
tried my best ond os much os I could for the teom."
"I mode my decision to be o tennis cooch on my own.
Nobody else wos willing ond or quolified ond I love to ploy the
gome. l'm proud of the teom they progress o lot. Bringing
home o teom trophy inspired individuols to ploy their best."
Freshmon Debro Kneese sold, "ljust like to ploy the gome. It
wos my first yeor ond I plon to continue throughout high
Not only is cooch Gollowoy o tennis cooch but he's olso
bosketboll, ond footboll cooch. "lt's difficult to choose one sport
porticulorly becouse eoch hos it's benefits. I feel more comfor-
toble on the bosketboll court, but I love to ploy ond cooch ten-
nis. It is porticulorly rewording when you reolize thot tennis is o
sport you con ploy for o lifetime."
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1A. Sophomores Renee Burg ond Ricky Loth performed in the sophomore
skir or the prom. QA1 Senior Dono Demel prepores to wolk our on the floor
os she wos nominored for Prom Queen. SA: Sophomore Diono Sonchez
serves food or rhe prom while Mr. Alkire worches on, AA: "I only hove eyes
for you" is what Roxonne Schuhordr ond Bryon Kneese seem ro be soying
ro eoch orher. 5Ag New royoiry for '82 were Prom King ond Queen Morcie
Jenkins ond Tommy Lorh
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friends or the prom,
Girls were oll decked out in their for-
mols ond the guys looked hondsome in
their tuxes os the '82 prom got under-
woy ot the Pioneer Povilion on Moy 7 ot
6 p.m. with pictures. The bond, Orion,
provided o voriety of music which suited
The holl wos decoroted with the
theme "Stoirwoy to Porodisef' A steok
dinner wos provided for with the
sophomores serving. The sophomores
olso entertoined the seniors with o skit
ond the juniors reod the senior closs
The new trodition of electing o Prom
King ond Queen, ond Prince ond
Princess wos done by the foculty. The
Prom King ond Queen were Tommy
Loth ond Morcie Jenkins. Prom Prince
ond Princess were Michoel Schonduo
ond Ann McBryde.
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ing down mist, the 159 seniors were not
looking forword to their senior trip,
Thinking they would spend o doy in the
sun, oll hope wos thought to be lost but
with the help of mother noture, it turned
out to be o beoutiful doy ot lnks Loke.
Mony odventures took ploce such os
skiing, conoeing, poddle booting,
horseshoes, volleyboll, swimming, ond
tubing. When the sun finolly broke
through the clouds, bottles of sunton lo-
tion were put to the test. os they sizzled
on the seniors skin turning everyone o
bright, poinful, red. The doy closed with
o cotered supper by Big Johns.
1A: "Oh it's cold," seems to be whot Koren
Jenschke is soying os she took the plunge olong
with Todd Stubblefield. 2A: Trudy Steinblock,
Chorlotte Meier, Stocy Keller, Titfinie George, Koy
Netfendorf, Koren Jenschke, Dono Demel, Suson
Murphy, ond Potrice Crone toke in some sun ot the
loke. SA: Bobby Modrid seems to be hoving o lit-
tle bit of trouble getting his conoe bock to shore.
AA: The senior boys relox ofter o doy ot the loke.
5A1Toking on the woter skiis, Morsh Weiershousen
sends the woter sploshing. oA: Koren Crenwelge,
mother of senior Tommy Crenwelge, pilots the
boot full of Jeff Londis, Joe Hohn, Tommy Loth ond
Chip Loth, 7A: Above, Lori Pohler puts her sunton
lotion to the test,
at Russell Eckhordt
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Mr. ond Miss FHS, Tommy Loth ond Morcie Jenkins
were elected by the foculty ond student body,
"The best of the best" - thot's whot
the Who's Who owords ore supposed to
be. This yeor's ten owords went to eight
seniors who exemplify the best in their
The students ore selected by commit-
tees of foculty members in their oreos
on the bosis of ocodemic excellence os
well os honesty, integrity, effort ond
The owords ore given by the Mesa
stoff ond presented eoch yeor ot the on-
nuol owords ossembly. This yeor's
presentotion wos mode by editor Terri
Double winners this yeor were Keith
Meurer, who won both in science ond
moth, ond Elizobeth Dovis who won in
longuoges ond English. Russell Hozelett
wos the winner in Communicotions,
Tommy Loth in othletics, Jenny Wieser in
sociol studies, Keith Schneider in voco-
tionol studies, Helen Whetstone in fine
Offs, ond Mike Jung in business.
Mr. ond Miss FHS ore selected by both
students ond foculty. Nominoted by the
Senior Closs, the five top vote getters
ore then voted on by the school.
Nominoted this yeor were Gilbert
Rivero, Tommy Loth, Bennie Sonchez,
Goylon Woerner ond Bobby Modrid for
Mr. FHS. Miss FHS nominees were Stocy
Gorretson, Morcie Jenkins, Donno
Heinen, Sheilo Longehennig ond Erin
Sebero. Loth ond Jenkins were selected.
SA: Elizobeth Dovis, Who's Who in English ond longuoges is o Notionol
Honor Society member ond o regionol quolifiet in cross country, She hos
won outstanding student owords in both Sponish I ond II, os well os voco-
tionol ogriculture, heolth ond typing. AA, Keith Meurer, Who's Who in
science ond moth, is o member both of the Notionol Honor Society ond
the Art Honor Society. His outstanding stypent owords hove been in
geometry, computer moth, trig ond ort. He finished third in the UIL store
AAAA science competition.
1A: Keith Schenider is Who's Who in Vocotionol
studies. He hos excelled os on outo mechonics stu-
dent, plocing ot oreo ond store oll three yeors thot he
hos been in the closs. He wos first in stote in technicol
information this yeor. QA: Jenny Wieser is Who's Who
in sociol studies. Besides her ocodemic excellence, she
wos bond president ond o consistent winner in bond
competitions. Good ot keeping her teochers on thier
toes, occording to world history teocher Mork Wieser,
she olwoys hos her work done oheod of time. 5A:
Who's Who in Athletics, Tommy Loth, wos on othlete
who excelled in footboll, bosketboll ond trock, He
received this yeor's Bottlin' Billie oword in footboll ond
trock, ond received severol post-seoson honors for his
work os o member of this district co-champion footboll
lA: Helen Whetstone is Who's Who in Fine Arts
ond her choice wos oppropriote since she hos ex-
celled in bond, ort ond speech ond dromo. This
yeor she wos nomed best octress in district one-oct
ploy competition ond is president of the Thespions,
QA: Russell Hozelett, Who's Who in Communico-
tions, is o third-yeor journolism student who wos
stote olternote in AAAA newswriting this yeor, For
the lost two yeors he hos been monoging editor
of the Comet ond hos competed in UIL
newswriting ond heodline writing. SA: Michoel
Jung, besides being Who's Who in Business is olso
the highest ronking boy in the senior closs, ronking
fourth, President of the JETS club this yeor, Jung is o
two-yeor member of the Notionol Honor Society
ond hos collected outstonding student owords in
geometry, physicol science, heolth, biology,
world history ond English lll.
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"I didn't look like thot, did I?"
"Did I octuolly oct like thot?"
"Cholk thot up for moturityf'
Do you remember? High school hos been o scrop-
book of memories thot will never be forgotten. Those
memories - hoppy or sod - hove left on imprint on
eoch of us. Things we thought would never be forgot-
ten hove been ond only o few things stond out - the
'F' on thot theme for Mrs. Whitewood, thot missed field
gool ot the footboll gome, finding out thot the guy
you wonted to osk out wos going to osk you out, get-
ting on outstonding student oword from the teocher
who you thought hoted you, moking cheerleoder.
Now oll these things orejust memories in on olbum.
Turn-of-the-century Prime Minister of Englond Dovid
Lloyd-George wos once wolking through o posture
with o friend when he noticed thot the friend didn't
shut the gote, so he returned to close it ond then soid,
"Never wolk through o gore thot you don't turn
oround ond shut it. One of the essentiols of o successful
life is to be oble to wolk owoy from on experience,
shut the gote behind you ond go on to something
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Members of the Senior Class of 1982 include ffirst rowb Elizabeth Davis, Dawn Kneese, Jamie Harms, Stacy Keller, Charlotte Meier, Karla Koch, Keith Meurer, Malcolm Coon,
David Parker, Debbie Ernst, Lori Pohler, Donna Heinen, Tammy Crenwelge, Kay Neffendorf, Chrissy Schmidt, Denise Weirich, Sheila Langehennig, Donna Dryden, Csecond
rowh ReNee Belcik, Kondis Klier, Jenny Wieser, Sandra Hahn, Chris Kaderli, Trevor Kotr, Bennie Sanchez, Joe Hahn, Marsh Weiershousen, Erin Sebero, Mike Jung, Bryon Her-
bort, Chris Rees, Keith Schneider, Jeanine Petsch, Jeff Knapp, Brenda Lang, Cthird rowh Eric Filter, Will Baley, Nelson Fluitt, Kim Doerr, Eunavoe Holt, Gina Land, Kay Basse,
Stacey Gorretson, Morcie Jenkins, Susan Murphy, Patrice Crane, Karen Jenschke, Dana Demel, Cheryl Eissler, Tiffinie George, Renee Fiedler, Lindo Langehennig, Karla Eissler,
Cfourth rowj Gay Morales, David Schmidtzinsky, Timmy Schumann, Mark Weber, Martin Cedillo, Armando Balero, Kerry Schmidt, Curtis Tatsch, Kenneth Baker, Connie
Stephenson, Lisa Fox, Natalie Vierus, Lori Lemmon, Teresa Torres, Susan Kelsey, Sandro Lynch, Cfifth rowj Rhett Laskoskie, David Sanchez, Dara Pirisky, Butch lngels, Kenneth
Grobe, Tammy Moses, Vicki Klein, Caroline Knopp, Trudy Steenblock, Patricia Houy, Sandy Arizola, Stacey Farobee, Cindy Burditt, Carol Merz, Stanett Kothe, Csixth rowb Jon
Crenwelge, Carla Eckhordt, Doug Edwards, Darryl Eckert, Pamela Robe, Quin Jenschke, Rene Demuth, Yvonne Grote, Shari Davis, Sandra Walter, Regina Venus, Sandra
Ransleben, Tanya Hahne, Gay Nell Vestal, Kent Strehling, Russell Eckhardtg Cseventh rowb Jeff Landis, Jeff Sultemeier, Karen Verstuyft, Helen Whetstone, Glen Dietrich, Alice
Kluttz, Jack Taylor, Gaylon Woerner, Troy Jenschke, Darryl Herber, Lorie Friedrich, Curtis Kuhlmann, Judy Moellering, Gary Wehmeyer, David Bitner, Ceight rowh Eric Pratt,
Chip Loth, Bobby Madrid, Tommy Loth, Brian Maenius, Lee Danielson, Kelly Lindig, Michael Lochte, Travis Koock, Bryan Land, Carl Eckhordt, Ricky Priess, Scot Schaetter,
Steven Klaerner, John Kast, Douglas Behrends, Cninth rowj Ralph Koennecke, James Hensel, Gilbert Rivera, Todd Stubblefield, Roger Wendel, Matthew White, Darryl Dittmor,
Roy Feuge, Greg Dooley, Manfred Sasko, Tobin Davis, John Davis, Michael Jenschke, Randall Stahl, Donny Moellendorf.
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'Old friends' part during
graduation exercises for 159
ls it reolly oll over? It's hord to believe
thot ofter twelve yeors of school, one night
con bring it oll to o close.
Moy 28 will be o doy to remember for
the Closs of 82. Mony smiles, hugs, ond
teors were shored between its members.
Memories of post octivities, friendships,
ond experiences were overshodowed by
onticipotion of whot the future, owoy from
fomily ond friends, might hove in store for
The night before hod brought sooking
roins. Everyone hos opprehensive to see
where groduotion would be held. With
ofternoon sunshine come the decision to
lA: Potricio Houy ond Rex Glover tolk over o few of the
specifics. QA: Helen Whetstone ond Borboro Prott shore o
hug. Opposite poge: 1A: Donno Dryden, Rolph Koenecke,
Keith Schneider, Doug Edwords, Ricky Priess, ond Chrissy
SA: Terry Collier Jeff
Knopp, Re Nee Belcik,
ond Russell Eckhordt
hold groduotion in the stodium,
Receiving diplomos were eoch with o
white rose 159 seniors, given them by o
clossmote. This yeor, three seniors' porents
were on the Boord of Trustees moking it
extro speciol becouse they were oble to
receive their diplomo from their porent.
As trodition dictotes, seniors picked their
closs song, flower, colors, ond motto. The
song wos "Don't Look Bock" by Boston,
the flower, white rose, the colors, ruby ond
onyx, ond the motto, "lt is on old belief
thot on some solemn shore for beyond the
sphere of grief old friends will meet once
Schmidt bow thier heods for the invocotion given by Quin
Forobee, QA: Renee Demuth sheds o few teors os the
ceremonies come to o close. SA: Koren Jenschke ond Todd
Stubblefield shore o goodjoke os they morch in
AA: Morcie Jenkins hugs o fellow student. 5A:
Honorory groduote Nino Meusel receives her
diplomo from Jim Hordin.
listen to the solutotory
oddress given by
Elizobeth Dovis, oA: As
the sun sets, the Closs of
B2 gothers os o group for '-
the lost time.
In Memory of
April 15, 1964
May 17, 1982
Senior officers ore: President, Tommy Lorh, Secretory, Denise Weirich, Treosurer, Sheilo
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Bringing the year to a close
All of o sudden it's Moy, ond students begin to look for-
J word to thot long-owoited summer vocotion, ond reflect
on the post yeor ond oll the hoppy times, mixed with o
few sod times, thot 1982 brought.
The closing of school signifies something different for
eoch individuol ot FHS. To seniors there is o scory feeling
of the future. But still, those feelings ore put oside os the
excitement of groduotion builds. lt'sjust those little things,
klike picking up groduotion invitotions or cops ond gowns,
thot con get 159 seniors frightened, yet hoppy very
Although Moy is o busy month for seniors, the closses
ore no exception. Juniors ore relieved thot the prom is
behind them, while freshmen ond sophomores plon thier
schedules for the next school yeor.
Through oll the hectic times of Moy, everyone still sticks
together to moke it through eoch doy ond keep up the
hormony thot mokes eoch doy unique.
"Woit 'til next yeor," junior Dorren Jocoby seems to be soying ro
sophomore Kevin Stroube Cobove left? os he works out in off-seoson troin-
ing thot he hopes will poy off in the '82 footboll seoson. Just tokin' it eosy,
Dovid Porker Cobove rightb uses his truck in o more sedentory woy during
finols week. CRighrD Kevin Meurer gets double congrotulotions from Principol
Jomes Boize os he receives the Who's Who Awords in both science ond
moth. COpposite pogej Counting the meosures Cleftb Jenny Wieser performs
during the bond's spring concert. CTop right? One "skiied,' Morsh Weier-
shousen kicks up some woter on the senior trip to Inks Loke. CBottom left?
While seniors ployed, the underclossmen pre-registered os o student signs
up for closs with the help of Dr. Dovid Hopf ond Stocy Forobee. Cbottom left?
ln good voice, Forobee, Stephonie Jones ond Korlo Eissler perform during
the Moy 7 choir concert.
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Now lt s only memories
During those last couple of weeks of school, everyone
makes their final plans for vacation andthe year ahead.
Those last weeks are also the busiest ones of the year.
Tryouts are held for everything from cheerleader to drum
major and elections are held for class officers and
representatives. Clubs hold banquets to bring the year to
All this activity has special meaning to each class at FHS.
For freshmen and sophomores it means a new beginning
as upperclassmen. For juniors it means finally after three
long years, becoming o senior. But, the ones most af-
fected by the end ofthe school year is the seniors. During
May, seniors, especially the girls, look upon everything
with sentimental value. Even the boys, who have always
been tough and carefree, find themselves wondering
about the future.
As the prom passes, and everyone gets over the
madness of their prophecies, and caps and gowns have
been picked up and invitations mailed, everyone begins
to realize this is it, the end of the year.
Then comes that last week, and honor graduates are
announced and walking order set, and suddenly it's
graduation night. On this night there's a new class of
seniors, along with a old class of seniors promising to keep
in touch with each other and looking forward to class
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'concert' during advisory May 26
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COpposite page! The photographer
from Keller Studio Crop left? tells
senior Scot Schaetter and his date to
stand just a little closer. Giving a
r cheer Cbottom left? juniors Randy
courage their fellow squad
members during the powderpuff
Q softball game. CTop right? Ecology
Day, May 14, saw Scott Galloway
take his American history classes
outside for a lecture. CBottom right?
Winners Cindy Kraus Ctopb, Deidra
Fulks and Denise Wallendorf try out
for spots they eventually won on
CThis page? It may look like Chris
and the Rees-heads Ctopb on their
world tour, but actually it's seniors
Roger Wendel and Craig Enderlin
dent body's hearts at a free
Getting the feel of being a senior
Duane Weinheimer, Cindy Kemp
and Buddy Kramer try out the
1A: Dooley's hos been o business in Fredericksburg for many years ond sells
o variety of goods. QA: Helpingjunior Dwayne Weinheimer adjust his prom
tux is senior Eric Filter, who is employes by Stehling Brothers. SA: Tourists con
visit the Chamber of Commerce for information about Fredericksburg. AA:
Seniors Todd Stubblefield ond Darryl Dittmar show their skill at stacking mer-
chandise at Handy-Andy.
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beirgarten at the Altorf restaurant. QA: Car dealerships are an important
business in Fredericksburg. Here, the new cars at Standard Service are
lined up for display. SA: Helping many students with financial matters is
Security State Bank. 4A: Customers at Main Book Store always find an
abundant variety of books and gifts.
Putting together a yearbook is a job which takes a lot of
time and patience. lt also takes a lot of money. One of the
major sources of money comes from the sale of ads to local
Each year Mesa staffers set out to local businesses to sell
ads which cost from S25 to 575. Though this takes up much
time, it all pays off as the businesses show their support for
the yearbook staff and FHS.
This year the Mesa staffers raised approximately S3500
from the sale of ads.
For this support, the Mesa staff would like to say thank-
you to the businesses of Fredericksburg. J
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a part of you for a lifetime.
Let us be your friend in financial matters - savings accounts
for college or trade school, a new car loan -
BANK gl TRUST
Fredericksburg, Texas 201 W. Main Member FDIC 997-7575
Gourmet food with
CUUNTRY DINING 'ii' ' 7
507 W MAIN
Das Kinder Haus
Toys - Games
Arts and Crafts
Accessories - Giftware
Qigles for men and hogs
Good grooming is important -
997-2856 It does something for you
.Professional Dry Cleaning
142 E. Main 997-2558
223 E. Main Fredericksburg
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Congratulations f ' S ' S S ' 'Q S i S 9 F
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CABINETS 997-2356 -
Custom Built Millwork
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Highway 290 East
john W. Dodds -juli B. Dodds
Plants - Supplies
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504 E. Main Fredericksburg, TX 997-4301 NURSERY
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Our "Best Wishes" to
the Seniors of
Pohler did an excellent job in representing
.O.E. class of '82 while working for
F dericksburg National Bank
O y "Best Wishes" t h d ll he
more for you
Your future starts now.
Make the most of it. To
help you achieve your
goals, remember you
can count on the
many special services
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COW' T V S Fredericksburg Texas 78624 1512i 997-4536
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Rt. 1 - Box 25511 Sam R- M000 Fredericksburg, Texas
109 Industrial Loop C5125 997-7319
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State Licensed - Da ly Luncheon Spec als
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GOODYEAR AUTO 84 TRUCK CENTER ' PETROLEUM JOBBERS
512 X997 f4382
509 SGUTH ADAMS
FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS 78624
Roy Stroeher Rudy Olfers
stroeher a son, mc.
Lorence W. Feller, M.D.
bur E. Crenwelge, M.D.
es E. Burg, M.D.
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chard F. Timmer, M.D.
ard F. Stein, M.D.
extends best wishes to
the young people of
HCMH is a community sponsored
nonprofit institution. The hospital
staff seeks to serve the needs of all
the community members recognizing
young people as the future of the area.
Hill Country Memorial Hospital
1020 Kerrville High
997 3 3
HOUSE OF ' bfi RIPTIONS
Open 7 Days a Week
8-6 Mon.-Fri., 8-4 Sat., 9-12 Sunday
+ Charge Acounts
+Third Party Prescriptions
Located in Fredericksburg Clinic
117 S. Adams 997 2163
Dick Stuewe, CLU
121 E. Main
L FE...a commitment to needs
Heritage Way Waverly, Iowa 50677
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105 N. Adams,
Compliments of Your
SCHOOL PICTURES PHOTOGRAPHERS
J. E. Kilman
For All Your Photographic Needs
SCHOOL PICTURES, INC.
IKiImans Studio, Fredericksburg,
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Wishing the Senior
of '82 the very best
in their future -
406 W- Main 9974031 2322: f.""'Z,.1Z"L2"2J!lL.1'Zi,Tl'.?l?l2.S'L.12L'?:"I.3'T'5?,EI"Ji2'.?.i2.i?.Z"'5L3I
Owners Joyce and Jimmy bu-ine-fp ' '
Jackie Kadorli takes the wheel on some ol WunderIich's
We haul sand, gravel, fill and lawn dirt - We also do
concrete foundations and road-building.
the Class of 1982
204 E. Ufer St. 997-3653
We Custom Design
Caps Bumper Stickers
We specialize in group orders
Churches Civic Organizations
We also give discounts
Open Monday-Saturday, 9:00 to 6:00
101-A South Adams
Steve and De Ownefg Looking over the wide array of decals at T-Shirts Et Cetera are
seniors Linda Langehennig, Lori Pohler, and Becky Stehling.
DEPARTMENT STORE H SUPERMARKET
P.O. Box 266 PHONE: 997-2251 261 W.Main
FREDERICKSBU RG. TEXAS 78624
164 f Ads
Authorized John Deere Dealer
Sales and Service
515 E. Highlhlay Sf. 997-2158
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2:f::z':2:,':'f.::.g2:::ge,., Llfflll MFG
- Boys, infant to 14. Baby
,Q .lr accessories and stuffed animals
i 'flw COTTAGE
4 - Q 339 E. Main
Automotive Repair and Welding
24- Hour Wrecker Service
Custom Exhaust System
1 I 7 North Adams
The store of greater values located at 118 South
Crockett invites you to come and visit their store.
P ge by Renee Fledler. Photos by T I Pllman. Ads I
junction U.S. 290 8: 87
Fredericksburg Texas 78624
236 West Main
201 South Adams 997-2113
We support the Battlin'
Billies in all they do...
1102 Eltllgairlhe Class of 19857-4386
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Hwy. 87 South
11 Open the closs of
am to 12 pm
241 E. Nlalrl 997-4311
L T Randy's of Fredericksburg
Burger Inn J f Q. Randy Follis
Burgers FaSt'FO0d 7' coMPLETE HAIRCARE
4 AND srvuuo senvices
Shakes, Fries, Onion Rings Q 'A 6 fx'
Soft Drinks 1104 W. Hwy. Street "' ROFFLER SEBRING
10-9 Mon.-Sat. Across from 9 SCULPTUR KUT PROFESSONAL
11-8 Sunday High School 997-4375
110 W. Live Oak Appointment Only
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240 West Armory Road North
EX CHA GE
REAL ESTA TE
Fredericksburg's oldest real estate
firm invites you to come by and visit
them in their remodeled offices and at
the same time discuss your real estate
O J Kowert - Home phone 997-5555
Romney Kowert -- Home phone 997-3944
120 E. Main
. i 4 A' at
to the Class of '82
202 S. Adams
D oley's has been serving F.H.S. students and
people of Fredericksburg since 1923, offering
omplete line of variety store merchandise at
1 DOOLEY'S 5-10 s
25'7l:I:0RE Pape's Barber Shop
' , 200 S. Adams 997-3810
131-133 E. Mann
Congratulations Seniors '82
Cars and Service You Can Count On
HEIN - Chevrolet - Pontiac
815 W. Main 997-2141
65444, af 'XZ
5 Hill Caullfry
peat Kamal 7414.
Photo by jack Taylor
COKE ADDS LIFE STEVEEVANS
325 W. Main 331 David K
BEHREND FORD SALES
504 KNAP 9,10
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rv the Billie lfoollloll
Class of 1982
CABLE CO., INC.
IBM iliiichen 'milhklf
i with the
Fredericksburg Publishing Co., Inc.,
We'll always be able to meet your needs.
Gillespie County's Quality, Award-Winning Newspaper'
108E iM' -P.o.B 473F d 'kb T 78624
as am ox , re eric s urg, exas
Telephone: 997-2156 or 997-2157
CFF ICE SUPPLY
112 E. Main QA Division of Fredericksburg Publishing Co., lnc 1 997 2155
Graduating or staying around?
Either way, keep in touch
A complete service jewelry store -
everything is worked on in the store.
113 E. Main
- Sho at our
Best wISh9S to Consenignce
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the Bottlln BIIIISS Yge ep one
R 84 R Sales Agency 97-2101
Bringing the Best to T' FEED BAG STEAK HOUSE
the Students of FHS STEKS - SEAFOOD - MEXICAN
FEATURING ALL vou cAN EAT
Wed. 5-9 Thurs. 5-9
FISH AND ovsTEns SHRIMP, FISH AND oYsTEns
CHARLES FINDLEY, OWNER
P.0. Box 1012
1 MILE FnoM CITY FREDERICKSBURG, TX 78624
ON 290E IN TOWN EAST
Susan Murphy and Patrice Crane show a variety of gift items.
Handmade Gift Items
Miniatures for Printers Trays
123 E. Main Street
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9 CUIFUIUIEUIUUUUJIE SLVISISID
24-hour wrecker service
997-8202 119 North Adams
All Types of Commercial Refrigeration
Residential Heating and Air Conditioni g
Sales and Service
997-2584 504 S th Ad
Automotive Repair and
24-Hour Wrecker Service
Custom Exhaust System
117 North Adams
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Where good taste and quality
need not be expensive
SERV C NC.
109 N-H3710 F 997-5941 Speciali n in Industrial Ca in Repair
cl I Cylinder e s, Blocks, Pump an mpressor
5 ,gr -- J' 's fs 'isa . Cas , ast Welding, Precision face
1 h -' Q . E 41-3 11-ei' Y' at gif- .' Grinding, Align Boring
,-, . WH 250 Industri five Bu ,f 121997-7166
of the best insurance
agents you'll ever find
Heinen 81 Heinen
0 Car agent 0 Homeowners agent
0 Life agent ' Health agent
7 MIK ,+q I,
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Stat Farm is there. 135 S, Llncgln
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Makers of Fine Hand-Made Casual
Accessories . . .
- FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS 78624
425 E. Main 997-7225
Sheet Metol Works
Hordwore - Crockery
6' CO, Gerald Fritz, Inc.
3025 Mom Plumbing - Septic Tanks
400 Industrial Drive 997-4325
Dealer in All Classes
Breeder of Registered Livestock
services since 1882.
301 E. San Antonio 997-2151
Arizola, Sandy - PEL-OEA 411-
125, Ath Place Records
Management ll - OEA Con-
test, FHA 495, OSA -- Eng. lV,
Band 49-125, Solo and Ensem-
Baker, Kenneth L. - Band 49-
105, FFA 49-115, DECA 411-125,
VICA - Auto Mechanics 4125,
3rd Place District, Mesa 411-125,
Balero, Armando - Varsity Foot-
ball - Manager 49-125, Varsi-
ty Basketball - Manager 49-
125, DECA 49-125.
Daley, Will - FHA-HERO 4115,
FHA 49-115, Dairy Judging
Team - FFA 49, 105, VICA-ICT
4125, District Contest.
Ball, John - Spanish Club -
Vice-Pres. 4115, Varsity Foot-
ball 410-125, All-District 410-125,
All-State 4125, All-West Texas
4125, Varsity Track 410125, JV
Basse, Kay - OEA 4125, FHA
4125, Art Club 410-115, Art Honor
410115, Speech and Drama
4115, PTA Honor 4125, Pep
Dehrends, Douglas - OSA 4115,
JV Football 410-115, Varsity
Football 4125. FFA 410-125.
Belcik, ReNee - FHA 495, FTA
4105, OSA - Alg. I, Band495,
World History 4115, Gov't
Band, Music Theory 4125, NHS
4125, PTA Honor 49-125,
Powderpuff 4125, Band 49-125,
District Band 49-115, Regional
Band 49-115, Area Band 49-115,
SolofEnsemble 49-125, DECA
4125, S300 Scholarship in Music
tner, David - FHA - Vice-
Pres. 4115, President 4125, OSA
- Homemaking 4115, PTA
Citizenship 4115, Powderpuff
English Ill, Biology, World
History, Spanish l 4115, Spanish
ll 4125, Who's Who Language,
English 4125, NHS 411, 125, PTA
Honor 49-125, PTA Citizenship
49, 11-125, V. Basketball 410-
125, All-District 4125, F. Basket-
ball 495, V. Track 495, Cross
Country 4115, 4th Regional
4115, FFA 49-125, Jr. Chapter
Conducting Team 49-105,
Poultry Team 495, Meat Team,
2nd in Nation 4105, Sr. Chapter
Conducting Team 4115,
Chapter Reporter 4115,
Livestock Team 4115, Chapter
Secretary 4125, Miss Cross
Country 4115, Girls' State 4115,
Texas Farm Bureau Citizen-
ship Seminar 4115.
Davis, John - PTA Honor 4105,
Davis, Shari - FHA-HERO 49-125,
Student Council 4115, Grd Place
Feature Writing - UlL District,
FHA Sweetheart 495, Powder-
puff Softball 4115, Mesa Staff
4125, Freshman Basketball, JV
Tennis 49-115, Freshman Class
Sec'y, Drill Team 495,
Newspaper Staff 4115.
Davis, Tobin - FHA 4125, OSA -
American History 495, PTA
Honor 495, Comet Staff 411-125,
Freshman Football, JV Foot-
ball, Varsity Football 411-125,
All-Dist. 4125, Freshman Basket-
ball, Varsity Baseball 410-125.
Demel, Dana - FHA 4125,
Ecology 4125, Student Council
49-125, Art Club 411-125, FTA
410125, Mesa 4125, Pep Squad
49-125, Cheerleader - JV
4105, Varsity 411-125, Band 49-
115, Prom Queen Nominee
4125, Prom Princess Nominee
4115, Solo!Ensemble 410115,
Who's Who Among American
Eckhqrdf, Carlo - QEA 4125' 411-125. Heinen, Donna Jane - Student
Most Dependable Award
4125, Record Management
Contest 4125, FHA 4105,
Ecology 4115, Student Council
49-115, FTA 4125, OSA -
Business English 4125, Powder-
puff 411-125, JV Basketball 410
115, F. Basketball 495, Pep
Squad 49-105, Cheerleader, JV
Eckhardt, Russell - German
4125, FTA 411-125, Treasurer
4125, PTA Honor 4125, F. Foot-
ball 495, V. Basketball 411-125,
Honorable Mention 4125, JV
Basketball 4105, F. Basketball
495, V. Tennis 410-125, JV Tennis
495, Band 49-125, District Band
4125, SolofEnsemble 49-125,
Battlin' Billie Basketball 4125,
Mr. Tennis 4125.
Edwards, Doug - HOSA 49-105,
V-P 495, Exec. State Pres. Rep.
4105, Parliamentary Procedure
Team 4105, Student Council
411-125, President 4125, Student
Advisory Committee 4115, Art
Club 410125, FTA 411-125, PTA
Honor Roll 49-105, JV Tennis
49-105, FFA 410125 - Junior
Chapter Conduction Team,
2nd Place State Dairy Cattle
Team 4105, Champion Angus
Steer 4115, Chapter Vice-
President, Area VII Association
President, Grand Champion
Steer at Gillespie Co. Jr.
Livestock Show, Champion
Angus, Grand Champion
Steer at Kerrville and San An-
tonio Stock Shows 4125.
Eissler, Cheryl - HOSA 4115, Of-
ficer, FHA 411-125, Art Club 4125,
Art Honor Society 411-125, FTA
4125, Pep Squad 4115, Prom
Queen Nominee 4125.
Eissler, Karla - HOSA 411-125,
Pep Squad 411-125, Choir
Burditt, Cindy - OEA - Contest
4115, JV Tennis 4105, Pep Squad
Reporter 495, Member 4105,
Choir 49-125, Reporter 4105,
Secretary 4115, Treasurer 4125,
DECA 4125. Class Officer
Secretary 4115, Battlin Billie
Most Spirited 49-105.
Cedillo, Martin - Student Ad-
visory Committee 4115, JV
Football 410-115, Freshman
Football 495, VICA 49-115,
Coon, Malcolm - JETS 411-125,
Spanish 4115, Thespians
4125, NHS 4125, PTA Honor 49-
125, PTA Citizenship 4125.
Crane, Patrice - JETS 4115,
Ecology 411-125, Spanish 495,
Art 49-105, FTA 411-125, JV
Basketball 4105, Freshman
Basketball 495, JV Tennis 49-
105, JV SOftball 49-105, Golf 49-
105, Band 4115, DECA 411-125,
Snow Ski Club 49-105.
Crenwelge, Jon - HERO-FHA
4125, German 410125, FTA 4125,
Band 49-125, Solo!Ensemble
495, Community Ed. Student
Advisory Board 411-125.
Crenwelge, Tammy - Spanish
411-125, Pres. 4125, FTA 49-125,
NHS 4125, PTA Honor 49-125,
Mesa 4125, Band 49-125, Flag
Corps 4105, SolofEnsemble 49-
125, Class Officer Secretary 495.
Danielson, Lee - Band 410-125,
Davis, Elizabeth - Spanish 411-
High School Students 411-125.
Demuth, Renee - HOSA 410-125,
- Parliamentarian 411-125,
FTA 410115, Powderpuff Soft-
Dietrich, Glen - Thespians 49-
125, Speech and Drama 410
125, Thespian Vice-President
411-125, Speech!Drama Pres.
4125, Choir 49-125, Vice-Pres.
4115, SolofEnsembIe 49-115,
Comet Staff 4125.
Dittmar, Darryl - German Club
4125, FTA 411-125, Golf Team
49-125, Band 49-125,
Doerr, Kimberly - FHA-HERO
4125, German Club 4105, FFA
Dooley, Gre - Ecolo y 4125
9 Q I
German Club 4125, Spanish
Dryden, Donna - FHA 4125,
Ecology 4115, Spanish Club 411-
125 - Treasurer 4125, FTA 49-
125, OSA 49, 10, 125, NHS 411-
125, PTA Honor Roll 49-125,
Band 49-125, Solo!Ensemble
49-115, Fox Scholarship from
UTEP - 51000 44 yr.5.
kert, Daryl - JETS 4115, V. Foot-
ball 411, 125, JV Football 4105,
F. Football 495, FFA 49-125,
Team 495, Dairy Team 495, oth
Place at Area 495, Dairy Team
1st at San Marcos 4115,
Parliamentary Team 4115, 4th
at State 4115, Honorable Men-
tion All-District Guard 4115, All-
District Guard 4125, West Texas
Offensive Guard 4125.
Ernst, Deborah - German Club
411-125, Art Club 495, OSA -
Health 4105, World History,
German I, Eng. Ill 4115, Band
4125, NHS 411-125, PTA Honor
Roll 49-125, Freshman Basket-
ball, Band 49-125, Flag Corps
4105, Solo!Ensemble 49-125.
Esensee, Art W. - Ecology Club
411-125, German Club 411-125,
Comet Staff 4125, VICA-ICT
Farabee, Stacy - FHA-HERO
4125, FHA 495, Spanish Club 411-
125, Vice-Pres. 4125, Speech
and Drama 4125, FTA 4125, OSA
- Choir 4125, PTA Citizenship
Award 4125, JV Track 495, Choir
SolofEnsemble 410-125, Choir
49-125, V-P 4125, Dist., Regional
and Area Choir 4125, Four-
Year S1200 Scholarship -
Lubbock Christian College,
Renewable S1000 Scholar-
Feuge, Roy - Freshman, JV 410
115, Varsity 4125, Football, JV
Track 49-105, Varsity Track
Fiedler, Renee - HOSA 4105,
Spanish Club 4105, FTA 49-115,
Who's Who in DE, DE
Sweetheart, DECA 411-125, 2nd
in Food Marketing - Area
4115, 2nd in Food Marketing -
Area 4125, Mesa Staff 4125, Pep
Filter, Eric - Ecology 4125, DECA
Fluitt, Nelson - Art Club, Art
Honor Society 4105, Band 49-
125, OSA English I, Health, Ag I
495, English ll, Typing 4105,
Eckhardt, Carl - V. Football 4125,
JV Football 410115, FFA 410-125.
105, SolofEnsemble 495.
Fox, Lisa - FHA 4125, DECA
Friedrich, Lorie - FHA-HERO
4125, Ecology 4125, German
Club 410125, DECA 4125, Grant
From Nixon-Clay Business
Gahler, Richard - FHA-HERO
4125, Spanish Club 4125, VICA
Garretson, Stacey - JETS 4125,
German Club 4125, Art Club
49-125, Speech!Drama 4125,
FTA 49-125, PTA Honor Roll 495,
Freshman Basketball, JV Ten-
nis 49-105, Band 49-125, Ma-
jorette 410-125, District,
Regional and Area Band 49-
115, Solo!Ensemble 49-10-125,
Choir 411-125 - Reporter 4125,
Miss FHS Nominee, Hill Coun-
try Junior Miss 4125, Peach
George, Tiffinie - FHA 4125, JETS
4115, Spanish Club 49-105, Thes-
pians 49-125, Art Club 411-125,
Speech and Drama 495,
Powderpuff Softball 4125,
Mesa Staff 4125, Index Editor
4125, Varsity Track 495, JV Ten-
nis 4105, Pep Squad 410115,
Cheerleader 4115, DECA 4125,
Who's Who Among American
High School Students.
Grobe, Kenneth - OEA 4125 -
Historian!Reporter, Band 49-
125, Jazz Ensemble 495, FFA
49-125 - Quiz Team 495, Dairy
Cattle Judging Team, Runner-
up Lamb Producer 4105,
Outstanding Lamb Producer
Grona, Bryan - Freshman Foot-
ball, Varsity Football 410-125,
Varsity Basketball 410-125,
Freshman Basketball, Battlin'
Billie Award - Football 4125,
Mr. Football 4125.
Grote, Yvonne - OEA 4125, PEL-
OEA 4115. FHA 49-125, Varsity
Track 49-105, Pep Squad
Hahn, Joe - Ecology 4125, NHS
4125, PTA Honor Roll 49-125,
Freshman Football, JV Foot-
ball 410-115, Varsity Football
4125, JV Baseball 495.
Hahn, Sandra - PEL-OEA 4125,
OSA - Eng. I 495, Biology,
Health 4105, NHS 411-125, PTA
Honor Roll 49-125, Miss Basket-
ball 4125, Pep Squad 410-125.
Hahne, Tanya - German Club
411-125 - Treasurer 4125, FTA
49-125 -' V-P 4125, UIL District
Typing 495, OSA - Band,
Athletics 4125, Freshman, JV
and Varsity Girls Basketball
Manager 49-125, JV and Varsi-
ty Girls Track Manager 49-115,
Cross Country Manager 4115,
Band 49-125 - Senior Rep.,
Solo!Ensemble 49-125, GAA
Harms, Jamie - Ecology 4125,
German Club 410-125 --
Treasurer 4115, Art Honor Socie-
ty 495, UIL Literary 410125, OSA
- Eng. I, Alg. I, Phys. Sci. 495,
PE 4105, Gov't 4125, NHS 411-125,
PTA 49-125, Powderpuff Soft-
ball 411-125, DECA 411-125, Ed-
monds Educational Founda-
tion Scholarship, Freshman
Scholarship from SWTSU.
Hazelett, Russell - JETS 4125,
OSA - American History 495,
Communications 4105, Who's
Who in Communications 4125,
NHS 4125, PTA Honor Roll 49-
125, Comet Staff 411-125, Band
49-125, S1000 Avery Scholar-
ship, State Alternate - UlL
Council 49-125 - Historian 4115,
Vice-Pres. 4125, Art Club 410
and 125, FTA 49-125 - Pres.
4125, OSA - Physical Science,
Eng. I 495, Alg. ll, World Hist.,
Eng. ll 4105, Gov't Health 4115,
BiolOQY 4125, NHS 411-125, PTA
Honor Roll 49-125, Freshman
Basketball, Varsity Basketball
410125 - All-Dist. Hon. Men-
tion 411-125, All-Tourney Round
Rock 4125 - Band 49-125 -
Majorette 410125, Treasurer
4125, Solo!Ensemble 49-125 -
5 Medals, Freshman Class
Vice-President, S100 Grant
from Delta Kappa Gamma,
S1000 Grant from TCU.
Hensell, James - OSA -- Gov't
4125, PTA Honor Roll 410 and
125, Freshman Football, Varsi-
ty Baseball 4125, JV Baseball
49-105, Band 49-125,
Herbort. Bryan - UIL Literary --
Journalism 410-125, OSA -
World History, Comet 4115,
Comet, Band 4125, NHS 4125,
PTA Honor Roll 49-125, PTA
Citizenship Award 4115, Comet
Staff - Editor 411-125, Band 49-
125 - Dist. Band 410 and 125,
Regional Band 4125,
Solo!Ensemble 49-125, S850
Scholarship - Local.
Holt, Eunavae - FHS and Tivy
High School - OEA 411-125,
Records Management Con-
testant 4115, PEL-OEA 4105, FHA
411-125, PTA Honor Roll 4125,
Comet Staff 4125.
Hopkins, Brenda - FTA 410115.
Houy, Patricia - OEA 4125, PEL-
OEA 4115, OSA 4115.
lngels, Butch - DECA 4115, VICA
Isenberg, Mike :Band 49-125,
Band Council 411-125, District
Band 411-125, Solo!Ensemble
49 and115, DECA 4125.
Jenkins, Marcie - Student Coun-
cil 49-125, Student Advisory
Committee 4115, Spanish Club
4115, FTA 495, OSA - Girls
Athletics 495, Choir 4125, Foot-
ball Sweetheart 4125, PTA
Honor Roll 49 and 125,
Powderpuff Softball 411-125,
Nominee 4125, Mesa Staff -
Sports Editor 4125, Freshman
Basketball, Varsity Basketball
410125, Varsity Track 495, Pep
Squad 49-125, Varsity
Cheerleader 410-125 - Head
4125, Prom Princess 4115, Prom
Queen 4125, Choir 49-125 - 1st
Alternate Area Choir,
Reporter 495, Area Choir,
Secretary 4105, Area Choir,
Reporter 4115, Solo and
Ensemble 49-125, Miss FHS 4125,
Society of Distinguished
American High School
Students, Girls' State.
Jenschke, Karen - FHA 4125,
Ecology 411-125 - Treas. 4125,
Student Council 4125, Thes-
pians 49-125, Art Club - Treas.
4125, Speech and Drama 495,
FTA 410125, Powderpuff Soft-
ball 4115, Homecoming Queen
Nominee 4125, Mesa Staff 4125,
Pep Squad 49-115,
Cheerleader - JV 4105, Varsi-
ty 4115, Prom Queen Nominee
4125, Choir 410125 - Secretary
4125, Who's Who Among
American High School
Jenschke, Mike - German Club
495, FFA 410-125.
ball 6115, FFA 69-125 -
Jenschke, Troy - OSA - Ag
Co-op 6125, FFA 69-125 - Quiz
Team, 3rd in Dist., Dairy Pro-
ducts Team - oth in Area 695,
Dairy Cattle Team 1st in Area,
1st High Individual, 2nd in
State, 1st High Individual 6105,
Livestock Team Sixth in Area,
4th in State, 10th High ln-
dividual 6115, Meats Team Fifth
in Area, Ninth High Individual,
10th in State 6125.
Jenschke, Quin - Varsity Foot-
Jung, Michael - JETS 610125 -
Secretary 6115, President 6125,
UIL Literary - Science 6105,
OSA - Physical Science,
Geometry 695, Biology,
Health 6105, Eng, Ill, World
History 6115, Gov't, Accounting
6125, NHS 611-125, PTA Honor
Roll 69-125, Varsity Football,
Basketball Trainer 69-105, JV
Tennis 695, Sophomore Class
Secretary, Highest Ranking
Boy 6125, Republican
Wamen's Essary Contest 61st5,
Kaderli, Chris - German Club
69, 10 and 125, OSA 69-115, NHS
611-125, PTA Honor Roll 69-125,
JV Football 610115. Varsity
Football 6125, JV Tennis 69-105,
Varsity Tennis 611-125, Battlin'
Billie Award in Tennis 6125.
Kast, John - FFA 69-125, VICA
611-125, Building Trades Break
Keller, Stacy - Student Council
6115, NHS 6125, Band
Sweetheart 6125, PTA Honor
Roll 610 and 125, PTA Citizen-
ship Award 6115, Band 69-125
- Majorette 610-125,
Kelsey, Susan - HOSA 6115:
Klaerner, Steven - FHA 6125,
VICA - Auto Mechanics 610-
115, IG 6125.
Klein, Vicki - HOSA 6105, FHA-
HERO 6125, FHA 6125, Art Club
611-125, FTA 695, Band 69-125,
SoIo!Ensemble 6115, DECA
Klier, Kandls - OSA - Eng. ll,
NHS 611-125, PTA Honor Roll 69-
125, Freshman Basketball, JV
Tennis 695, Varsity Tennis 6115,
Band 69-125 - Flag Corps 610
125, Captain 6125, District and
Regional Band 69-125,
SoIo!EnsembIe 69-125, Choir
6125, Freshman and
Sophomore Class Treasurer.
Kluttz, Alice - HOSA 611-125 -
Most Dependable 6115,
Secretary and Outstanding
Student 6125, Thespian 611-125,
Secretary 611-125, UIL Literary
- One-Act Play 610-125, Alt.
at Zone 610-115, 4th at District
6125, Journalism - District
Feature Writing 611-125, OSA
- Health Co-op 6125, Powder-
puff Softball 6125, Comet Staff
- Feature Editor 611-125, Choir
Kneese, Dawn - German Club
611-125 - Secretary 6125, UIL
Literary 6125, NHS 6125, PTA
Honor Roll 611-125,
Knopp, Caroline - German
Club 69-125, FTA 69-125, PTA
Honor Roll 6125, Pep Squad
Knopp, Jeff - HOSA 6115 - OSA
- Alg. ll 6105, NHS 6125, PTA
Honor Roll 69, 10 and 125, Carr
Academic Scholarship -
Angelo State University -
Koch, Karla - FHA 611-125,
Spanish Club 610115, Thespians
6125, Speech and Drama 6125
- V-P, UIL Literary - Science
6125, OSA - English III, English
IV, PTA Honor Roll 610125 -
Choir 69-125, S4000 Scholarship
Koennecke, Ralph - FHA 6125,
German Club 611-125, Vice-
Pres. 6125, OSA - Band, ICT
6125, Freshman, JV Football,
JV Track 69-115, Band 69-125,
Band Council 611-125, District
Band 611-125, Regional Band
6115, SolofEnsemble 610 and
125, ICT 6125.
Lindig, Kelly - German 611-125,
Art 695, JV Basketball 6105, F.
Basketball 695, Golf 69-125, Bat-
tlin' Billie 611-125, Mr. Golf 6125.
Lochte, Michael - Spanish 6115,
Art 6105, OSA 611-125, FFA
Loth, Chip - German 69-105, V.
Football 611-125, JV Football
6105, F. Football 695, JV Basket-
ball 6105, F. Basketball 695.
Loth, Tommy - FHA 6125,
Ecology 611-125 - Vice-Pres.
6125, Student Council 69-125,
Moellendorf, Donny - PTA
Citizenship 6125. JV Baseball
69-105, FFA 611-125, Parliamen-
tary Procedure 6115, VICA 611-
125, Reporter 6115, President
Moellering, Judy - HERO-FHA
611-125 Treasurer 611-125,
Ecology 6125, Pep Squad
Morales, Gay - V. Football 611-
125, VICA 610125, ICT Contest
Morin, Luke - FTA 6125, V. Foot-
Koock, Travis - Spanish Club
610-115, Thespians 610-125,
Speech and Drama Club 610
125, OSA - Computer Math
6105, Choir 6125 - Freshman
Basketball, Golf Team 69-105,
Band Announcer 6125, Chair
69-125, District I Rating 6105,
District Il Rating 6115, All-State
Alternate, President, District Il
Rating 6125, All-Star Cast UIL
One-Act Play Zone and District
Kothe, Stannett - OEA 611-125,
Kott, Trevor - German Club
6125, FTA 611-125, OSA, NHS 611-
125, PTA Honor Roll 69-125,
Freshman Football, Freshman,
JV and Varsity 611-125, Basket-
ball, JV Tennis 695, Varsity Ten-
nis 610125, Band 69-125 -
Band Council 610115, District
and Regional Bond 69-125,
SoIo!EnsembIe 69-125, Mr.
Kuhlmann, Curtis - OSA - Ag.
Mechanic 6105, Building Trades
611-125, Freshman Football, JV
Football, vicA - Building
Trades - Parliamentarian
6115, President 6125.
Land, Bryan - UIL Literary -
Spelling 6105, Comet Staff 611-
125, Band 69-125, Solo!Ensem-
ble 69-115, VICA-ICT 6125.
Land, Gina - HOSA 6125, Speech
and Drama 610115, OSA-DE
6125, Band 695 - Solo!Ensem-
ble, DE 610125.
Landis, Jeff - Ecology 611-125,
German Club 695, Freshman
Football, JV 6105 and Varsity
Football 611-125, Freshman
Basketball, Golf Team 695, DE
6125, VICA 6125.
Lang, Brenda - FHA 6125,
Spanish Club 6125, Art Club, Art
Honor Society 6125, OSA - Art
II 6125, NHS 6125 - PTA Honor
Roll 69-105, Powderpuff Soft-
ball 6115, Band 69-125,
Solo!Ensemble 69 and 125,
National Piano Playing Audi-
tions 69, 105,
Langehennig, Linda - OEA 6125,
FHA 695, JV Tennis 695, Pep
Squad 69-115, Choir 611-125.
Langehennig, Sheila - Spanish
Club 69-125 -- Pres. 6115, FTA
611-125, OSA - Eng. I,
American Hist., Alg. I, Phys.
Sci., Spanish I 695, PE, Spanish
II, Geometry, Biology, Health
6105, World History, Eng. Ill,
Physics, Alg. III and IV, Gov't
6115, Chemistry 6125, - Who's
Who in Languages 6115, NHS
611-125, PTA Honor Roll 69-125,
Pep Squad 69-115, Junior and
Senior Class Treasurer,
Outstanding 1st Year Student
in DE, Valedictorian, McFad-
den Award - Texas AGM
University, National Merit
Laskoskie, Rhett - VICA 611-125.
Lemmon, Lori - HOSA 610 and
125 - Vice-President, Nurse's
Aide Contest 6125, FHA 695, FTA
6105, OSA - Health Occupa-
tions 6125, PTA Honor 6125,
Who's Who in Athletics 6125,
Mesa Staff 6115, V. Football
610125, All-Dist. Defense and
All-West Texas Off. 6115, All-
District Off. and Def., All West
Texas Def., All-West Texas
Superteam, All-Centex Off.
Guard 6125, F. Football 695, V.
Basketball 611-125, JV Basket-
ball 6105, F, Basketball 695, V.
Track 610125, JV Track 695,
Prom Prince 6115, King 6125,
Class President 69-125, Battlin'
Billie Track and Football 6125,
Lynch, Sandra - HOSA 611-125,
Spanish 611-125, OSA - Band
6125, Band 6125, District Band
611-125, Regional Band 611-125,
SolofEnsembIe 6125, Jazz
Ensemble 695, S500
Music!Band Scholarship CQ
Madrid, Bobby - HERO-FHA
6125, Ecology 611-125, Art 69-
125, President 6125, AHS 69-125,
Vice-Pres. 6115, FTA 6125, OSA
- Art, Athletics 6125, PTA
Citizenship 6125, Powderpuff
Coach 611-125, V. Football 611-
125, 1st Team Def, and Off.
6125, JV Football 6105, F. Foot-
ball 695, V. Baseball 610125, JV
Baseball 695, DECA 6125, Bat-
tlin' Billie - Baseball 6125,
Who's Who Among American
High School Athletes 6125, Pell
Grant- Texas Tech.
Moenlus, Brion - Ecology 611-
125, Student Council 69-10, 125,
Art 611-125, OSA 69-115, V. Foot-
ball 611-125, JV Football 6105, F.
Football 695, V. Basketball
610125, JV Basketball 695, F.
Basketball 695, V. Baseball
610-115, JV Baseball 695, All-
District Football and Baseball
611-125, Who's Who Among
Meier, Charlotte - German 611-
125, Reporter 6125, FTA 611-125,
Secretary 6125, OSA - Typ-
ing, German I, World History
6115, German ll, Band 6125, NHS
611-125, PTA Honor 69-125,
Mesa Staff 6125, Band 69-125,
Rep. 695, V. Pres. 6125, District
Band 69-125, Regional Band
69-125, Area Band 610125,
Metz, Carol - HERO-FHA 611-125,
FHA 69-105, Pep Squad 69-105,
Meurer, Keith - JETS 611-125,
Thespians 6125, AHS 69-125,
Speech!Drama 6125, UIL
Literary - Spelling 6105,
Science 611-125, OSA --
Geometry, Art I, Ph. Sci. 695,
Alg. ll, Art II, English ll 6105,
Trig., Chemistry 6115, Calculus,
Physics 6125, Who's Who --
Math, Science 6125, PTA Honor
69-125, Golf 695, Texas AGM
Meusel, Nina - German 6125,
Spanish 6125, Speech!Drama
6125, PTA Honor 6125, Band
Millsap, Henry - Spanish 695, V.
Football 611-125, JV FOOtball
6105, F, Football 695, V, Track
610125, JV Track 695,
ball 6125, JV Football 69-115, JV
Moses, Tammy - OEA 6125, FTA
695, Band 69-125, Solo!Ensem-
Murphy, Susan - Ecology 611-125
Secretary 6125. Student Coun-
cil 69-125, Art 69-125, V, Pres,
6125, AHS 69-125, Pres. 6125, FTA
69-105, NHS 69-105, PTA Honor
69-105, Homecoming Queen
Nominee 6125, Mesa Staff 6125,
V. Basketball 6125, JV Basket-
ball 6115, F. Basketball 695, V.
Track 69-115, Pep Squad 69-125,
V. Cheerleader 610125, Prom
Princess Nom. 6115, Class Of-
ficer - V. Pres. 610125, Who's
Who Among Am. High School
Students 610125, Society of
Distinguished High School
Neffendorf, Kay - PEL-OEA V.
Pres. 6115, Art 69-105, FTA 69-125,
NHS 6125, PTA Honor 69-125,
Golf 69-125, Band 69-125, Flag
Corps 6105, Salo!Ensemble 69-
125, Battlin' Billie 610-125.
Parker, David - JETS 6125, Ger-
man 69-125, UIL Literary 610
125, OSA - Phys. Sci. 695, Eng.
ll 6105, NHS 6125, PTA Honor 69-
125, Comet Staff 611-125, V.
Football Trainer 69-115, JV
Football Trainer 69-115, F. Foot-
ball Trainer 69-115, JV Track 695,
A Year AFROTC Scholarship to
Petsch, Jeanine - OEA - Con-
test Stenographic II Grd Place,
Who's Who VOE Co-op 6125,
PEL-OEA Contest Stenographic
I 5th Place, Outstanding VOE-
PEL, HERO-FHA 6125, German
6125, Spanish 6105, UIL Literary
Typing 6105, OSA - Am.
History 695, English ll 6105, Shor-
thand and VOE-PEL 6115, Ger-
man I 6125, NHS 6125, PTA
Honor 69-125, PTA Citizenship
6125, Pep Squad 69-105.
Plrlsky, Dora - Powderpuff 6125,
DECA 6125, Talent Show
Pohler, Lori - OEA Treasurer
6125, PEL-OEA Treasurer 6115,
Spanish 611-125, Art 695, FTA
611-125, OSA - Algebra I 695,
VOE Sr, Co-op 6125, NHS 611-
125, PTA Honor 69-125, Powder-
puff 611-125, JV Tennis 69-105,
V. Tennis 6115, Pep Squad 69-
115, Head JV Cheerleader 6115,
Battlin' Billie Tennis 6115, 2nd
Place Ingram Art Show 695,
Who's Who Among Am. High
School Students 611-125, OEA
Contest - 1st Place Business
Math, 4th Place Job Interview
6125, Alternate Rep, for Am.
Legion Women's Auxiliary
6115, R. B. Trull Fresh, Scholar-
ship to SWTSU - 5450.
Pratt, Eric - FHA 6125, Art Club
69-125, Art Honor Society 611-
125, OSA 69 and 115,
Freshman, JV 610115 and Var-
sity Football 6125, Freshman,
JV Basketball, Golf 69, 10, 125,
Band 69-105 - SoIo!EnsembIe
Priess, Ricky - Speech and
Drama Club 6125, OSA --
Business Eng. 6125, Freshman,
JV 610-115 and Varsity Football
6125, JV Baseball 695, FFA 6125,
VICA - Building Trades 6105,
Robe, Pamela - PEL-OEA 6115,
OEA 6125 - Most
Cooperative 6115, Donna High
School Band 69-105.
Ransleben, Sandra - PEL-OEA
6115 - Parliamentarian, Most
Dependable, OEA 6125 - V-
P, FTA 610125, OSA - PE 695,
Athletics 6125, PTA Honor Roll
610, 125, Powderpuff Softball
611-125, Girls Varsity Basketball
Manager 611-125, JV Manager
611-125, Freshman Manager
611-125, Varsity Girls Track
Manager 610125, Cross Coun-
try Manager 6115, Band 69-125,
Freshman Jazz Ensemble,
Jazz Ensemble 6105, Librarian
6125, Solo!Ensemble 69-125,
Rees, Chris - Ecology 6125,
Spanish Club 69-105, NHS 6125,
Freshman, JV Football,
Freshman Basketball, Golf
Rivera. Gilbert - Freshman, JV
610115, Varsity Football 6125,
JV Track 69-105. Varsity Track
611-125, VICA 6115, Battlin' Billie
Sanchez, Bennie - Student
Council 6125 - Treasurer, FTA
611-125, OSA 6125, PTA Honor
Roll 69-125, NHS 6125, PTA
Citizenship Award 6125,
Freshman, JV 6105 and Varsity
611-125, Football - 1st Team
All-District Wide Receiver 6125,
Band 69-125 - SoIo!Ensemble
Sanchez, David - JV Baseball
6105, VICA 611-125.
Sasko, Manfred - Ecology 6115,
German Club 610125 - VP
6115, Pres. 6125, PTA Honor Roll
6125, Freshman Football, DE
Schaetter, Scot - Ecology 611-
125, Art Club 611-125, Art Honor
Society 611-125, Speech and
Drama 695, JV Baseball 69-125,
Schmidt. Chrissy - PEL-OEA 6115
- Secretary, Art Club 69-105,
FTA 611-125, OSA - Eng. l, Girls
Athletics, VOE-PEL 6115, NHS
6125, PTA Honor Roll 69-125,
PTA Citizenship Award 6115,
Varsity Track 69-125 -
Regional Qualifier 6115, Cross
Country 611-125 - Hold Mile,
W2 Mile, 2-Mile Records, Se-
cond at Dist. 4th at Regional
6115, Band 69-125, Flag Corps
6105, All-District Band 6125,
Solo!Ensemble 69-125, Battlin'
Billie Award - Track 6115, Miss
Track 695, Miss Cross Country
6125, Represented Rotary
Club at International Student
Congress - Mexico, 5300
Coca-Cola Cash Scholarship,
S100 Delta Kappa Gamma
Scholarship, Peach Duchess
6125, Messengers of Joy Choir
Schmidt, Kerry - German Club
6105, DE 611-125, VICA 6115.
Schmldtzinsky, David OSA -
Auto Mechanics 6125, VICA
610125 - VP 6115, 2nd Place
on Alternator 6105, 1st Place
on Distributor 611-125.
Schneider, Keith - Ecology 6115,
Who's Who in Vocational
Studies 6125, NHS 611-125, PTA
Honor Roll 69-125, VICA 610
125, Secretary - 2nd on Pro-
ject 6105, President, 1st on Pro-
ject at Dist. and State, 2nd in
Skills at Dist., 1st in Technical at
State 6115, 1st in Project at Dist.
and State, 1st in Skills at Dist.,
4th in Skills at State C125, VICA
Scholarship S300 at State.
Schumann, Timmy - FFA C10125
- 1st in Area Parliamantary
Procedure, 1st in Area Talent
Team C105, VICA C11-125.
Sebera, Erin - Ecology C11-125,
Student Council C9-125, Spanish
Club C115, OSA C95, NHS C125,
PTA Honor Roll C9-125,
Powderpuff Softball C11-125,
Homecoming Queen C125,
Freshman, JV C105, Varsity
Basketball C11-125 - All District
C11-125, Varsity Track C9-115,
Band C95, Miss Sports Award
Stahl, Randall - FFA C9-125,
Steenblock, Trudy - Art Club
C125 - 1st Place, Senior Divi-
sion, lngram Art Contest, OSA
- Band C125, Varsity Tennis
C125 - Band C125 -
Solo!Ensemble C125, Battlin'
Billie Award C125 - Tennis.
Stehling, Becky - Art Club C9-
105, Art Honor Society C10-115,
FTA C105, OSA - PE C9-105, DE
Sweetheart C115, Powderpuff
Softball C115, JV Tennis C105,
Pep Squad C9-115 - Secretary
C115, DE C11-125 - 4th Place
Stehllng, Kent - JV Baseball
SolofEnsemble C10 and 125,
VlCA C11-125, Building Trades
Adams, Becky - 11- 66, 110, 100, 149
Ager, Tim - 11- 00,06,110,116
Aguirre, Yolanda - 9 - 12
Aleman, Jesse - 10 - 36, 62, 141
Alkire, Stephen - FAC - 4, 116, 150
Allen, Heather- 9 - 12
Allen, Paige - 10
Althous, Amy - 9 - 12
Althous, Stacey - 10 - 62, 119
Arizola, Augustine - 10 - 62
Arizola, Karen - 9 -12, 120
Arizola, Ramon - 9 -12, 35,76
Arizola, Robert- 10 - 05, 62, 93
Arizola, Sandy - 12 - 97, 119, 156, 151
Armeau, Blair- 9 - 12
Avalos, Rene - 11- 20, 00, 00, 110, 114
Baethge, Michael - 10 - 62, 130, 146
Baize, James - Principal- 56, 59, 162
Baker, Kenneth - 12- 136, 137, 156, 151,
Balero, Armando -12-156, 161, 106
Doll, Jeff - 11 - 110
Ball, John - 12 -16,20,21,106,156, 151
Daley, Will - 12 - 107, 156, 106, 151
Barnes, Becky - 11
Barwise, Bert- 9- 12, 15, 06, 37, 69, 69,
100, 66, 141
Basse, Kay - 12 - 96,97,156,151
Bauer, Chris - 9 - 12, 05, 100
Beckmann, Barbi - 10 - 62, 78, 96, 116,
169, 145, 65, 64
Behrends, Douglas - 12 - 20, 69, 100,
Belcik, Renee - 12 -119, 156, 151, 160,
Bell, Billy -11-110, 149
Bernhard, Carolyn - 11- 96, 110
Bernhard, Chad - 9 -12, 130
Bernhard, Laurie - 9 - 12, 02, 93, 106,
116, 104, 120
Blddle, Eric - 9
Bitner, David - 12 - 156, 151
Blalock, Lora Lee - 11 - 110, 119, 104
Boeck, Keith -- 11 - 20, 76, 110, 135, 146
Boeck, Kevin - 11- 04, 35, 69, 110, 134,
Boecket, Chris - 10 - 95, 149
Boehm, John - 10
Bohnert, Keith - 9 - 12
Bouton, Clayton - 9
Bowling, Sandra - 9
Boyce, Kandice - 10 - 00, 62, 116
Braeuer, Keith - 9 - 12, 06
Bradshaw, Gina - 11- 32, 110, 116
Brandenberger, Judy - 11 - 96, 110, 140
Bravo, Elena - 10 - 62
Brel, Cassey - 12 -151
Brewer, Donald - 10 - 62,76
Brisbin, Bill- FAC - 56
Brisbin, Sandy - FAC - 56, 90
Brister, Debra- FAC - 24, 25, 56, 75 142,
Bristol, Debbie - 10 - 24, 62, 104
Brock, Tommy - 11- 20, 110, 141
Bradbeck, Dale - 10 - 33, 35, 62, 76
and ICT, FTA C125,
Stephenson, Connie - PEL-OEA
C115, OEA C125, FHA C95, OSA
C115, Freshman Basketball,
Pep Squad C10125.
Stubblefield, Todd - Ecology
C125 - Sgt.-ot-Arms, German
Club C9-125, Freshman Foot-
ball, Varsity Baseball C115, JV
Sultemeier, Jeff - HOSA C115,
FHA-HERO C125, Ecology C125,
Drama C10125, OSA C95, JV
Football C10-115, Choir C10-125,
One-Act Play C10, 125,
Tatsch, Curtis - JV Tennis C9-105,
Cross Country C11-125, Band
C9-125 - District and Regional
Band C10125, Area Band C11-
125, SolofEnsemble C9-125,
VICA - Auto Mechanics C11-
125 - 1st Place Area Alter-
nator C115, 1st Place Area and
State, Alternator C125.
Taylor, Jack Kennedy -
Ecology C125, German Club C9,
10, 125, OSA - History C95,
Gov't, Mesa C125, Comet Staff
C125, Freshman, JV C10115,
VarsityC125, Football, JV
Baseball C9-105, Golf C125,
State AAAA 0rd Place Feature
Photo and Sports Photo ln-
terscholastic League Press
Torres, Theresa - FHA-HERO C9-
125, OSA - Food Service C95,
Food Service and FOM ll C105,
Brodbeck, Lloyd - 11- 05, 76, 110
Bryson, Jackie - 11- 10, 11, 113, 141
Burdirl, Cindy - 12 -120, 156, 151, 106
Burg, Dano - 11- 9, 16, 53, 74, 76, 69,
90, 110, 149
Burg, Melinda - 9- 12, 66, 90, 119, 100,
Burg, Renee - 10 - 0, 17, 27, 26, 49, 62,
60, 75, 76, 69, 150, 66, 169, 64
Burnett, Melinda - 11- 67, 69, 110, 119,
105, 140, 145
Burnett, Skotri - 9 - 12, 24, 29, 75, 142
Burns, Bruce - FAC - 56,95
Butter, Ginger- 9 - 12
Butter, Susie - 11- 4, 26, 29, 110, 105
Cantu, Armando - 9 - 12
Cantu, Emelia - 11- 110
Cantu, Estella - 9 - 12
Cantu, Tiodosa - 11- 110
Caster, Robert- Superintendent- 56
Castillo, Josie - 10 - 62
Castilla, Raymond - 11 - 36, 110, 106, 141
Cedillo. Lucy - 9 - 12
Cedilla, Martin - 12 -156, 151
Cedilla, Rosa -11-110
Chapo, Fernando - 10 - 62, 109, 136
Chapa, Helen - 9 - 12
Cheatham, Rosemary - FAC - 60
Chenault, C, B. - FAC- 15, 56, 103
Childers, Russ - 9 - 12
Christian, Natalie - 9 -12, 15, 22, 90, 119
Clark, Da'Lynn - 10 - 62, 119
Clayton, Jody - 9 - 12, 05, 76, 90, 119,
Collier, Cathy - FAC - 56, 200, 126, 127
Collier, Terry - 160
Colunga, Dolores - 11- 96, 110,94
Colunga, Fernando - 10 - 06, 62, 109
Colunga, Merllnda - 10 - 62
Conflltti, Chrls - 9 - 12
Coon, Malcolm - 12 - 7, 40, 95, 119, 134,
Coon, Michael - 10 - 46, 62, 120, 156
Coonrod, Mecca - 10 - 119
Cooper, Gene - 10 - 62
Cortez, Elizabeth - 11-110
Cortez, Martin - 9 - 12, 06
Cortez, Nancy - 11- 100, 110
Cortez, Theresa - 10 - 62
Couch, Karen - 9 - 12, 116, 120
Crane, Patrice - 12 - 0, 90, 105, 153, 156,
Crenwelge, Brian - 11- 110, 119, 130,101,
Crenwelge, Cheryl - 10 - 62, 100
Crenwelge, Darren -11-110, 118,100
Crenwelge, Denise - 10 - 62, 119
Crenwelge, Doug - 9 - 15, 77, 118
Crenwelge, Jon - 12 - 31, 50, 93, 116,
156, 151, 94
Crenwelge, Karen - Board Trustee - 56
Crenwelge, Kathy - 11-110
Crenwelge, Keith - 10 - 62,130
Crenwelge, Stephanie - 10 - 62,91
Crenwelge, Tammy - 12 - 9, 22, 93, 119,
Bus. Eng., HECE C125, Pep
Squad C95, Outstanding HECE
Venus, Regina - HOSA
German Club C125, Art
C125, Art Honor Society C125,
FTA C95, PTA Honor Roll C125,
Band C9-125 - Majorette C11-
125, District Band C10-125,
Regional Bond C11-125,
SolofEnsemble C9-125, Choir
Vestal, Gay Nell - German
Club C125, FTA C125, OSA -
Eng. lV, Powderpuff Softball
C11-125, Freshman Basketball,
JV and Varsity Girls Track
Manager C125, Band C9-125,
Flag Corps C10-115,
SolofEnsemble C9-105, FFA C9-
105, GAA C95.
Verstuyft, Karen - FHA C95,
Thespians C125 - Historian,
Speech and Drama C11-125,
FTA C105, OSA - intro. Alg.
C95, World History C105,
Theatre Arts C115, Theatre Arts
ll C125, UIL Literary - Prose
C125, Band C9-125, Solo C95,
Ensemble C125, One-Act Play
C9-125 - All-Star Cast C125,
Vlerus, Natalie - FHA C105, DE
C115, Pell Grant- San Antonio
Walter, Sandra - PEL-OEA C115
- Most Cooperative, OEA
C125, FHA-HERO C125, Ecology
C11-125, German Club C10125,
Pep Squad C95, Junior
Crenwelge, Tina - 11- 2, 24, 102, 110
Crump, Kimberly - 9 - 12
Danielson, Lee - 12- 119, 156, 151
Davis, Bryan - 11 - 01, 52, 110, 116, 94,
Davis, Elizabeth - 12 - 71, 95, 100, 156,
151, 159, 160
Davis, John - 12- 101, 156, 151, 161
Davis, Kathy - 11 - 71, 110, 100, 142, 140
Davis, Lonnie - 9 - 12, 36, 77
Davis, Shari- 12 - 156, 200, 151
Davis, Tobin - 12 - 20, 21, 156, 151, 146
Deike, Denise - 10 - 62,60,119
Deike, Susan - 10 - 24, 06, 62, 75, 96.
Deike, Troy - 11- 110, 109, 141
Dela Cruz, Mary Ann - 10
Dela Rosa, Christina - 11 - 40, 110
Demel, Dana- 12 - 5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 26,
55, 69, 93, 135,150, 156,156, 169, 150,
Demuth, Renee - 12- 49, 119, 156, 151,
Diaz, Victor - 10 - 62
Dietrich, Glen - 12 - 40, 46, 62, 122, 156,
Dittmar, Becky - 10 - 36, 62, 71
Dittmar, Darryl- 12-116, 166, 156, 151,
Dittmar, Marialyce - FAC - 56, 105
Doak, Elizabeth - 11- 110, 104, 120
Doak, Naomi- 9 - 12, 13, 119
Doerr, Kimberly - 12 -130, 156, 151
9 - 12, 36
Dolgener, Rodney -
Dooley, Greg - 12 -156, 127, 151
Doppler, Lisa - 9 - 12
Dorer, Bradley - 9 - 12
Dorer, Richard - 11 - 110, 106, 94
Dotson, Karen - 11- 110, 119
Dryden, Connie - 9 -12, 10, 90, 119
Dryden, Donna - 12 - 49, 93, 95, 119,
156, 151, 160
Dryden, Linda - 10 - 62, 90, 119
Duecker, Johnny - 11- 110, 109, 106
Duecker, Tommie - 9 - 12, 24
Durst, Elgino - 9 -12, 130
Durst, Theresa - 11- 3, 24, 27, 26, 96,
110, 111, 105, 169,127
Durst, Tino - 10 - 24,62
Eager, Brian - 9 - 12, 149
Eager, John - 10 - 62,94
Easterling, Deborah - 11- 11, 91, 110, 106
Eberle, Mark - 10 - 35,62
Eckert, Betty - FAC -103
Eckert, Brian - 9 -12, 06, 07, 100
Eckert, Daryl- 12 - 20, 100, 156, 151
Eckert, Stacey - 10 - 62, 90, 116
Eckhardt, Carl - 12 - 20, 156, 106, 151
Eckhardt, Carlo - 12 - 96, 153
Eckhardt, Russell- 12 - 00, 73, 93, 156,
150. 160, 149
Weber, Mark - FHA C125, Ger-
man Club C9-105, UIL Literary
- Spelling C105, Goatherders
C95, FFA C9-105, VICA - Auto
Wehmeyer, Gary - VICA
Weirich, Denise - PEL-OEA C115
- President, OEA C125 -
Secretary, Ecology C115,
Spanish C10-125, Art Club C9-115,
FTA C11-125, OSA - Phys. Ed.
C105, Biology C125, NHS C125.
PTA Honor Roll C9-125, JV Ten-
nis C9-105, Varsity Tennis C115,
Pep Squad C9-115, Senior Class
Secretary, 1st Place lngram Art
Show, Freshman Scholarship
to SWT - 5700.
Weiershausen, Marsh - Speech
and Drama C10-125 - Nat'l
Forensic League C115,
Secretary C125, UIL Literary -
Number Sense . C95, infor-
mative Speaking C10115, OSA
- Band, Am. Hist,, Phys. Sci.,
Geometry C95, Analysis, Gov't
C115, Band C125, NHS C11-125.
PTA Honor Roll C9-125,
Freshman, JV C105, and Varsi-
ty C11-125, Football, Golf Team
C9-125, Band C9-125 - District
and Regional Band C9-125,
Area Band C10, 125,
Wendel, Roger - FHA C125,
Spanish Club C115, Freshman,
JV C10-115, Varsity Football
C125, JV Baseball, SolofEnsem-
ble C9-115, Bond C9-115.
Eckhardt, Terri- 11- 110
Edwards, Doug - 12 - 22, 66, 69, 101,
Edwards, Elizabeth - 9- 12, 13, 16, 90,
Edwards, Hank - 10- 05, 62, 96, 130
Ellis, Kris- 11- 93,110,106
Eilers, Emily - 9- 12, 106, 119,143
Eissler, Cheryl- 12 - 79, 96, 156, 153
Eissler, Karla - 12 - 24, 25,102, 160,150
Ellebracht, Kristie - 9 -12, 13 67, 75, 116,
Elrod, Amy - 9- 12, 90, 119, 120
Enderlin, Craig - 12 - 22, 23, 165, 153
Engel, Julie - 9 -13, 24
Engel, Kevin -11-110,106,150
Ernst, Deborah - 12 - 33,53,116, 156.
Escamilla, Jose - 10
Escamilla, Tina - 9 -13,00,75,116
Escamilla, Troy - 9 - 05, 36
Esensee, Art- 12 - 155, 106, 153, 94
Esensee, Lisa - 10 - 60
Espinoza, Rudy - 10 - 35, 146
Euay, Phillip - 11- 110, 94
Farabee, Quin -160
Farabee, Shownine - 9 -13, 42
Farabee, Stacy - 12 - 42, 80, 93, 95, 122
123, 156, 163, 153, 162
Foz, Macareno - 9 - 10
Foz, Tony - 11 - 20,21,96,11O,135,146
Feller, Darin -11-110, 138
Feller, Sharon -11-111,119,104,105
Feuge, Roy - 12 - 20, 156,153
Fiedler, Gary -11-111
Fiedler, Gregory - 11- 111
Fiedler, Renee - 12 -107,153,106
Fiedler, Stephen - 11 - 53,111,106
Filter, Eric - 12 - 50, 107, 158, 166, 153.
Fishel, Don - Board Trustee - 56
Fischer, Case - 11- 2, 79, 69, 90, 96, 111,
Flores, Daniel- 11 - 20, 69, 111, 135, 66,
Flory, Regan - 9 - 13, 06, 146
Fluitt, Nelson - 12 - 137, 156, 150
Follis, John - 11 - 51, 52, 111, 119, 135104,
Fox, Lisa - 12 -156, 153, 161
Ftantzen, Lisa - 10 - 63, 119
Ftantzen, Ricky - 9 -13, 06, 130
Friedrich, Lorie - 12 - 95, 107, 105, 158,
Friedrich, Michael - 11 - 111, 146
Fulks, Brad - 10 - 20, 63, 65, 76, 69, 146
Fulks, Deidra - 10 -10, 26, 29, 46, 63, 76
69, 142, 140, 164, 165
Gahler, Richard - 12 -109,150
Galloway, Scott- FAC - 36, 07, 43, 56,
67, 72, 70, 60, 164, 149,165
Whetstone, Helen - Thespians
C10125 - President C11-125,
Outstanding Service Award
C125, Art Honor Society C125,
Speech and Drama C10-125,
UIL Literary - Poetry C105,
Readywriring C5th at District
- 115, Readywriring C125, OSA
- Eng, ll C105, Who's Who in
Fine Arts C125, Band C9-115,
Solo!Ensemble C9-115, One-
Act Play C9-125 - Honorable
Mention All-Star Cast C9-105,
All-Star Cast C115, Best Actress
White, Matt - DE C11-125, VICA
C125 - Treasurer.
Weiser, Jenny - OSA - World
History C115, Eng. lV, Who's
Who in Social Studies C125, PTA
Honor Roll C9-125, Freshman
Basketball, JV Tennis C95,
Band C9-125, District and
Regional Band C9-125, Area
Band C10-115, Solo!Ensemble
C9-125, Outstanding Sym-
phonic Band Girl C125.
Warner, Gaylon - Spanish Club
C10115, JV Basketball C10115,
Varsity Basketball C125,
Freshman Basketball, JV Track
C9-105, Varsity Track C11-125,
Band C9-125, Ass't Drum Major
C115, Drum Major C125, District
and Regional Band C10-125,
SolofEnsemble C9-125, Non-
Music Major Scholarship to
Howard Payne University -
Gamble, Pat - FAC- 59, 71, 83, 109
Gan, Darrell- FAC - 4,01, 59,116
Garretson, Stacey - 12 -16, 26, 63, 90,
George, Tiffinie - 12 - 55, 96, 107, 150,
Glover, Randy - 9
- 13, 36, 37, 77, 130
Glover, Rex - Ass't Principal- 160
Gold, Kevin - 11- 111, 94
Gold, Sophie - 10 - 62
Gomez, Andy - 10 - 05, 63, 141
Gomez, Arthur - 10
Gonzalez, Anna - 11- 63,102,111
Gonzalez, Elizabeth - 9 -10, 24,62
Gonzalez, Mary - 11 - 111, 104
Graff, Rebecca - 9 - 13
Green, Roger- FAC - 59, 69, 131
Grobe, Barbara - 10 - 63, 130
Grobe, Kenneth - 12 - 69, 96, 97, 119,
130, 156, 153
Grona, Bryan - 12 -16, 20, 21, 73, 60, 161
Grona, Penny - 10 - 60,96
Grote, Yvonne - 12 - 24, 96, 156, 150
Grubbs, Ty - FAC - 59, 101
Haas, Beverly - FAC - 25, 59, 135
Haas, Charles - FAC - 25, 59, 104, 135
Hagel, Kelle - 9-13, 24, 90, 104, 104,
Hahn, Joe - 12 - 20, 153,156
Hahn, Margie - 11- 24, 111
Hahn, Nancy - 9 - 13, 29, 75, 69, 96, 134,
Hahn, Sandra - 12 - 24, 70, 71, 156, 150,
Home, Lizerte - 10 -T 63, 116, 149
Hahne, Tanya - 12 -11, 93, 119,158,153
Holamicek, Katherine -11-111,116, 134
Hansen, Laura - 9 - 140
Hansen, Sandra - 10 - 63, 119
Hanson, Kim -11-11,113,119
Hardin, Jim - 160
Harg16s,Jamle - 12 -135, 156, 153, 94,
Harms, Tracy - 9 - 13
Hart, Amy - 9 -10,116
Harris, Elizabeth - 11
Hartcroft, Terry - 9 - 10
Hartmann, Ray - 9 -10, 06, 100
Hartmann, Scott- 10 - 05, 63, 76, 146
Hartmann, Stacy - 11 - 24, 46, 90, 111
Hartmann, Suzanne - 9 -104, 143
Hartmann, Tina - 11 - 93, 96, 111, 119,
Harvey, Stephanie - 11- 24, 111
Hazelett, Russell - 12 -116, 120, 155, 153
Heep, Regina - 11- 111
Heligmann, Renee -11-111, 119
Heimann, Carlin - 10 - 60, 119,120
Heimann, Tracy - 9 -13, 77,96
Heinen, Denise - 10 - 26, 63, 75, 76, 69,
90, 96, 149, 64
Heinen, Donna - 12 - 6 9,16,26,70,69,
90, 96, 105, 156, 150
Helm, Mickie - 10 - 60
Henk, Ann - Staff - 59,61,146
Henke, Jan - 9 - 13
Hensell, James - 12 - 91,118,158,153,
Herber, Darren - 10 - 63, 118,130
Herber, Darryl- 12 -158, 155
Herbott, Bryan - 12 - 31, 53, 118,120
Herbort, Carlynn - 10 - 32,63,118
Hebogfrory - Curriculum Development
Herbort, Troy - 10 - 63, 119, 120
Herrera, David - 11 - 20, 111,137,141
Herzog, Lisa - 9 -13, 38, 75, 143
Hitzfeld, John - 9 - 17, 77
Hodges, Donny - 11- 20, 89, 111, 135,
Hohenberger, Corky - 11- 111
Hohenberger, Sonja -11-111, 106
Halt, Curtis -11-106
Halt, Eunavae - 12 - 155, 174
Hopf, David - FAC - 59, 111, 134, 163, 162
Hopkins, Brenda - 12 -107, 155
Hopkins, Susan - 11 - 111
Horton, Kelly - 10 - 63
Houy, Patricia - 12 - 96, 158, 155, 160
Huff, Perry -11-111,138
Hohenberger, Gary - 9 - 13
lcke, Peggy - 10 - 63
lcke, Ronnie - 9 - 13, 36
Icke, Roger- 9 - 13, 36
lgler, Eric - 9 -13,118
Immel, Wendy - 9 -13, 24,93
54,89,135, 150, 153, 154, 158, 150, 157.
Ingels, Floyd -12- 158, 106
lsenberg, Mike - 12 - 32, 48, 161, 106
lsom, Kellie - 10 - 63,82
ltz, Mark - 9 -13, 36, 141
lzard, Katlin -11-102, 111
Jacoby, Daren - 11- 32, 111, 162. 94, 162
Jenkins, Jerry - FAC - 59, 122,123
Jenkins, Marcie - 12 - 7, 10, 11, 22, 23,
Jenschke, Andrea - 11- 68,111,119,134
Jenschke, Gerald - 9 -13, 36, 37, 89,
- 12 - 9, 22, 49, 54, 89,
Jenschke, Lonnie - 10 - 35, 65, 130
- 12 - 91,130,158,188,
Jenschke, Monica - 11 -102, 103, 111
Jenschke, Patricia - 11- 111
Jenschke, Paul- 9- 13, 36, 130, 146
Jenschke, Peggy - 9 -13, 24, 134, 120
- 12 -130, 158, 155
Jenschke, Troy- 12 -130, 131, 158, 155
Johnson, Chris - 11 - 38, 111
Janes, Stephanie - 9 -13,38,40,75, 89,
123, 163, 162
Jung, Alex - 9
Jung, Gail- 11
- 10 - 63
- 10 - 63, 137
Jung, Jeff - 9 -13,36,130,146
Jung, Michael - 12 - 48,115,134,155,
Jung, Sondra - 11- 89,111,119,120
Jung, Shannon - 11- 20, 111, 188, 126
Jung, Sherrie - 9 -13,75, 119,149
Jung, Theresa - 11
Jung, Yvonne - 10 - 63
Kaderli, Chris -
12 - 20,91,158,155,94,
Kaderli, Jackie - 11- 98, 111,135
Kaderli, Nancy - 9 -13, 49, 119, 120
Kaiser, Ran - 10 - 63, 94, 141
Kalka, Cindi - 12 -155
Kalka, Randy - 10 - 63
Kammlah, Deanne - 10 - 32, 63, 118,
Kasper, Kandise - 10 - 63
Kast, John - 12 - 69,131,158,155
Keller, Teddy - 10 - 63, 138
Keller, Stacy - 12 - 8.9,16,22,118,153,
dd - 12 -16, 22, 91, 107,
Keller, Stephanie - 9 -13,89, 119, 149
Kelsey, Sharon - 10 - 63, 118
Kelsey, Susan - 12 -158,155
Kemp, Cindy -11-111,164,165
Kenyon, Tammy -11-111
Klaerner, Angela - 9 - 13, 48, 118
Klaerner, Robert - 10 - 35,63
Klaerner, Steven - 12 - 107, 158, 106, 155
Klein, Regina - 9 -13, 75,93, 118
Klein, Timmy - 11-106
Klein, Vickie - 12 -119,158,155
Klier, Alton - Board Trustee - 56
Klier, John - 10 - 63,91,130
Klier, Kandis- 12 - 8, 9, 95, 119, 158, 155
Klier, Kattie - 10 - 63,93,119
Klier, Kevin - 9 - 13
Kluttz, Alice -12- 46, 51, 53,102,103
158, 155, 84
Kneese, Bruce - 9 - 13
Kneese, Bryan - 11- 20, 79, 150, 141
Kneese, Down - 12 - 95, 158, 155,94
Kneese, Debra - 9 -14, 24, 98, 149
Knapp, Caroline - 12 -155, 158, 94
Knapp, Jeff - 12 - 53, 73, 118, 135, 158,
Knapp, Lisa - 9- 14, 75, 142, 143
Knapp, Tony -FAC - 59, 106
Koch, Geroge - 9 - 14, 36
Koch, Karla - 12 -134, 158, 155
Koch, Kim - 10 - 63,95,104
Koenig, Richard - 9 -14,77, 130
Koennecke, Lisa - 11 - 96, 97, 111, 119
Koignecke, Ralph - 12 -158, 106,155,
Koock, Travis- 12 - 123, 120, 158,155
Kolmeier, Emma -11-111,106
Kothe, Kermitt - Board Trustee - 56
Kothe, Stannett - 12 -158, 155
Katt, Trevor- 12 - 22, 72, 93, 118, 158,
156, 155, 149
Kozielski, Keith - 10- 35, 63, 141
Kozielski, Laurie - 11 - 48, 112,119
Kozielski, Ryan - 11-112
Kramer, Alicia - 11- 24, 112, 85
Kramer, Buddy - 11- 112, 164, 165
Krieger, Kenneth - 10 - 63
Kraus, Cindy - 10 - 10, 28, 46, 63, 67, 89,
98, 143, 164, 165
Kuhlmann, Curtis - 12 - 138
Kuhn, Selena - 11- 107, 112
Kunz, Kim -11-112,119
Land, Bryan - 12 -107, 158, 106, 157
Land, Dale - 10 - 64
Land, Gino - 12 -158,157,106
Land, Lori- 11- 112, 134, 135
Landis, David - 10 - 64, 76, 149
Landis, Jeff - 12 - 7,18,20,135, 153,158,
Lang, Brenda - 12 - 50,98,119,158, 157
Lang, Sharon - 11- 24, 98, 112
Lange, Jason - 10 - 35, 64, 130, 131
Langerhans, Christine - 9 -14, 42, 119,
Langerhans, Colleen - 9 -14, 118, 143
Langerhans, Janice - Staff - 59
Langerhans, Lynn - 10 - 42, 64, 65, 119,
Langehennig, Linda - 12 - 96, 97, 184,
Langehennig, Sheila - 12 - 93, 107, 134,
158, 159, 157, 106
Langford, Linda - FAC - 59, 97
Lanham, Missy - FAC - 59, 89, 100
Laskoskie, Reana - 9 - 14
Laskoskie, Rhett- 12 -136, 158, 161
Laumann, Keith - 11- 112, 136
Laumann, Kimberly - 9
Lemmon, Daryl- 9 - 14,77
Lemann, Lori- 12 -102, 103, 158,157
Lemon, Jose - 9
Lena, James - 9 - 146
Liliedohl, Diane - FAC - 15, 59, 102, 103
Lindig, Kenneth - Board Trustee - 56
Lindig, Kelly - 12 -158, 157, 94, 145
Lindig, Lois - 12 -157, 106
Lochte, David - 11- 112, 130
Lochte, Judy - 9 - 14
Lochte, Michael- 12 -130, 158, 157
Lochte, Paul- 10 - 35, 64, 119, 134
Lochte, Rhonda - 9 -13, 14, 134, 130
Loomis, Jeff - 10 - 64, 118
Lopez, Paul- 10 - 64
Lath, Irene - Staff - 57
Loth, A. J. - FAC - 3, 20, 60, 108, 140, 141
Loth, Franklin ccntpn - 12 - 20, 153, 158,
106, 161, 84
Loth, Ricky - 10 - 20, 34, 35, 64, 65, 72,
73, 89, 92, 150, 146
Loth, Tammy - 12 - 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25,
Loving, Lavern - FAC - 61, 90, 123
Lozano, Frank - 11 -35, 107, 112,85
Lynch, Connie - 10 - 64, 118
Lynch, Sandra - 12 -102, 158, 157
Madrid, Robert- 12 - 6, 16, 18, 20, 86,
93, 98, 115, 135, 153, 158, 157, 146, 106
Maenius, Brian - 12- 7, 19, 20, 21, 24, 73,
89,98,135, 158, 157
Malachek, Alisa - 10 - 26, 38, 64, 75, 78,
89, 93, 98, 109, 115, 135. 84
Maples, David - 11 - 73, 135
Marquez, Rene - 9 -14, 36, 77, 146
Marshall, Jimmy - FAC - 6, 20, 61, 83,
109, 140, 141
Martinez, Lupe - 10
Martinez, Sammie - 10 - 35, 44, 64, 138
Martinez, Stephen - 10 - 64, 109
Martinez, Troy - 11
Martinez, Virginia - 10 - 64
Mauldirt, Pom - 10 - 64
Maurer, Barbara - 11- 102, 112, 122, 120
Maurer, Kevin -11-38,112,139,138,
Mayfield, David - FAC - 35, 60, 111, 115,
Mayfield, Roddy - 11- 69, 76, 112, 164,
McBride, Penny - 10 - 64.93, 119, 130
McBtyde, Ann - 11 - 71, 87, 89, 98, 111,
112, 120, 88
McClusky, Katie - 10 - 64, 93, 119
McDaniel, Bobby - 10 - 35, 63, 64
Meier, Carol - FAC - 4, 60
Meier, Charlotte - 12 - 22, 55, 93, 118,
118, 153, 158, 127, 157,94
Meier, Wilburn - 52
Mendiola, Letty - 10 - 63, 64, 109
Merz, Carol - 12 -158, 157
Metz, Herbert - FAC - 61, 108
Meutet, Keith - 12 -115,134, 120, 154,
Meusel, Nina - 12 - 42, 157, 160
Miller, Jeb - 10 - 137
Miller, Melisa- 11- 96,112
Millsap, Henry - 12 - 20,91,157
Milstein, Lisa - 10 -109
Miskell, Helen - FAC
Mitchel, Katie - 9 -14, 130
Moehle, Beth - 11- 89,112, 188
Moehle, Trisha -11-112
Maellendorf, Danny -12-130, 158, 106,
Moellendorf, Kim - 11 - 75,98,112
Moellendorf, Troy - 10 - 64, 119
Moellering, Bryan -11-112, 119
Moellering, Judy - 12 - 24,158,157
Mohr, Rev, Charles - Pres, Board - 56
Morales, Annette - 9 - 14
Morales, Gay - 12 -107, 158, 106, 161
Morin, Luke - 12 - 20,21,93, 178,157
Marin, Mary - 9 -14, 178
Morquecho, James - 9 -14, 35, 37, 77,
Moses, Clint- 11 - 113
Moses, Tammy - 12 - 96, 119, 158, 157
Mosmeyer, Gene - 10 - 64
Mueller, Machelle - 9 -14, 130
Muller, Mark - 9 - 14
Munoz, Mary D -11-102, 103 112, 135
Mignaz, Raymond - 10 - 64, 93, 118, 134,
Munoz, Santiago - 9 - 14
Munoz, Thomas - 10 - 64,76
Murphy, Susan -12-10, 22, 27, 28, 54,
7g789, 98, 135, 153, 158, 188, 192, 189,
Nebgen, Albert - 9 -14, 77, 130, 146
Neffendotf, Kay - 12 - 93,119, 153158.
189, 157, 145
Nichols, Barbara - 9 - 14
Nichols, Kimberly - 10 - 64
Niero, Jose - 9 - 14
Nino, Bennie - 11- 112, 137
Nixon, Hubert- FAC - 60, 134, 135
Nixon, Kirk - 10 - 64,93
Novian, John -11-112,136, 137
Nugent, Judy - 9 - 14
Ogles, Ray - 11
Ogles, Richard - 11
Ogles, Robin - 10 - 63, 105
Ohlenberg, Diane - FAC - 60, 90, 91, 93
Ohlenberg, Jan - 9 -14,67,75, 89
Oliers, Charles - 11 -35, 93, 98, 112, 134
O'Neill, Tanya - 9 - 14, 15,89
Osborne, David - FAC - 60, 61, 134
Ottmers, Carrie - 11- 71, 98, 112, 134, 120
Ottmers, Karlene - FAC - 60
Ottmers, Kevin - 10 - 64, 130
Ottmers, Linda - 11- 2, 48, 112, 119
Ottmers, Mari - 9 - 14
Cittmets, Pansy - 10 - 64, 92, 94
Pape, James - FAC - 60, 90, 120
Parag, Joe - 10 - 64, 136, 137
Parker, Bartley - 10 - 35, 64, 130
Parker, David - 12 -120, 158, 156, 162,
Partida, Martin - 11- 112, 106
Partida, Patricia - 11- 112
Parteson, Randy - 9 - 14
Patteson, Troy - 9 - 14, 35, 95
Peck, Todd - 10 - 64
Peck, Troy - 11- 106
Pehl, Jeff - 9 -11, 14, 30, 36, 98, 118
Pehl, Troy - 10 - 44, 45, 64
Petsch, Jeanine - 12 - 97, 158, 157
Petty, Jael - 10 - 64
Phillips, Les - FAC - 60,61
Pirisky, Dara - 12 -158,159,106
Pitman, Terri- 11- 112, 189, 126, 145, 144,
Pohler, Lori- 12 - 26, 52, 96, 97, 153,
158, 176, 184,159, 157
Pohler, Marla- 10- 11, 28, 64, 71, 184,
Pratt, Barbara - FAC - 60, 87, 89, 98, 160
Pratt, Eric - 12 - 6, 18, 20, 46, 98, 156,
Prause, Billy Jo - 11- 96, 112
Ptiess, Ricky -12- 20, 158, 106, 159, 160
Puckett, John - 11- 112, 136, 137,94
Pyka, Paul- 10 - 64
Robe, Pamela - 12 - 96, 158, 159
Rae, Joe -11-112
Rogan, Dave -11-112, 137
Ramos, Melissa - 10 - 64
Ramsey, Polly - 11- 52, 96, 97, 112
Ramsey, Tammy - 9 - 13, 14, 27, 33, 67,
75, 118, 149
Ransleben, Lynn -11-112,130
Ransleben, Sandra - 12 - 93, 96, 97, 119,
Ransleben, Wayne - 9 -14, 36, 77, 118
Rarhke, Bennie - FAC - 36, 37, 48, 61,
72, 76, 134, 140, 141
Ray, Angela - 10 - 63,64
Raymond, Barney - 9 -14, 130
Reeh, Keith - 11 - 112, 94, 106
Reeh, Neal - 11 - 35, 112, 130, 146
Reeh, Wade - 10 - 34, 35, 64, 130, 146
Rees, Chris- 12- 20, 46, 135, 158, 106.
Rees, Edward - 11- 112, 145
Reson, Craig - 11- 112
Reson, Lisa - 9 - 14
Richardson, Dave - Staff - 100
Riley, Patrica - Staff - 57
Rivera, Eddie - 12 -161
Rivera, Gilbert- 12 -158, 159, 106, 141
Rivera, Larry - 10 - 64,188
Rivera, Leon - 9
Rivera, Marie - 9 -14, 123, 143
Rivera, Sandra - 9 - 14
Roberts, Monica - 10 - 46, 65, 67, 78, 89,
- 11- 112, 137
Roos, Henry -FAC - 61, 136
Rosenbusch, Mark - 9 - 14
Rosenbusch, Randy - 9 - 14
Rasenbusch, Terry - 10 - 65
Sagebiel, Bryan - 9 -14,36,130
Salinas, Margie -10- 24,65,120
Sanchez, Alex - 10 - 65, 118
Sanchez, Amelia - 11
Sanchez, Bennie - 12 - 20, 21, 89, 93,
Sanchez David - 12 -106,159
Sanchez Delta - 10 - 56
Sanchez Diana - 10 - 50, 65, 150
Sanchez, Dora - 11-113
Sanchez Lori- 11 - 113
Sanchez Pablo - 11- 113
Sanchez Rudy- 11 - 113
Sanchez Stephen - 10 - 35,65
Sanchez Sylvia -11-113
Sanchez Terry - 9 -14, 36, 37, 38, 146,
Sanders, Dino -11-102, 103, 113,119
Sanders, Stacy - 10 - 63, 65, 119
Sanders, Susan - 11 - 113, 130
Saska, Guenther - 9 -14, 36
Sauer, Ann - 11- 113, 149
Schaetter, Scot - 12 - 53, 98, 135, 158,
164, 159, 165
Schandua, Jack -- FAC - 61, 134
Schandua, Lisa - 9 -15,75,93,98, 143
Schandua, Michael - 11- 73, 113, 146
Schlueter, Shelly - 10 - 63, 65, 98, 119
Schmid, Jack - 9 -15, 36, 130
Schmidt, Chrissy - 12 - 9, 38, 39, 93, 118,
142, 143,158,159 160
Schmidt, Kerry - 12 -158159, 106
Schmidrzinsky, David - 12 -137, 158, 106,
Schmidrzinsky, Mary - 11 - 24, 113
Schmidrzinsky, Rosemary - 9 -15, 24
Schneider, Darren - 11 - 6, 20, 76, 86,
113, 114, 146
Schneider, Gina - 10 - 65, 92, 95, 94
Schneider, Keith - 12 -137,153,158,159,
Schneider, Veronica - 9 -15, 118,130,
Schuchardt, Raxan - 11 - 8, 9, 111, 113,
Schuetz, Daniel- 9 - 15
Schulz, Bradley - 9 - 15
Schumann, Mark -11-113, 130
Schumann, Scott - 9 -130
Schumann, Tim -12-130, 137, 158, 159
Sebera, Dill - 10- 35, 65, 146, 141
Sebera, Erin - 12 -6, 22, 23, 70, 71, 89,
104, 158, 88, 159, 148
Sechrist, Daniel - 11 - 38, 52, 113, 119, 134
Setpp, Wilbert - FAC -15,61,106
Semmler, Bob - FAC - 61,92
Sharp, Christine - 9 - 15
Shelton, Jack -10- 65, 118, 134
Sieckmann, Mitchel- 11- 113, 137
Srfford, JoElla - FAC - 61
Siniard, Denise -11-113, 135
Skiles, Kirk - 10 - 65
Smart, Wanda - 11- 113, 134, 148
Smith, David - 11 - 94,106
Smith, Dolores - 9 -15, 130
Smith, Dan - 10 - 65
Smith, Kimber - 10 - 65
-9- 15, 35, 130, 146
Stahlschmidt, Kathy - 9 -15, 119
Stahlschmidt, Sara - 11- 33, 113, 120
Sraudt, Donna - Staff - 57
Steenblock, Trudy - 12 - 22, 98, 118, 153,
158, 159, 149
Stehling, Denise - FAC - 61, 100, 101
Stehling, Kent - 12 - 21,118,158,106,159
Stehling, Kimberly - 10 - 65
Stehling, Rebecca - 12 - 50, 184, 159,
Stehling, Randy - 11 - 113, 94
Stein, Jerry -11-113,118,134,135
Stephenson, Connie - 12 - 24, 96, 158,
Stephenson, Danny - 9 - 15
Srrackbein, Stacy - 10 - 65, 118
Straube, Annette - Staff - 57
Straube, Carl- 9 - 15, 36, 77
Straube, David - 11 - 113, 136, 137, 106
Straube, Kevin - 10 - 35, 65, 138, 162,
Straube, Lynn - Staff - 57
- 11- 113, 118
- FAC -61, 107, 106
- 9 - 15
135, 153, 166, 158, 156, 159, 160
Sultemeier, Jeff - 12 - 52,135, 158,159
Sultemeier, Peggy - 10
Tanner, Toby - 10 - 65,93
Talasck, Wanda - Business Manager - 57
Torsch, Curtis - 12 - 38, 136, 137, 158, 159
Tatsch, Michelle - 9 -15, 24, 78, 94
Taylor, Jack - 12 - 20, 87, 135, 158, 127,
151, 159, 94, 126, 145, 85
Terry, Gregory - 9 -15,118
Thiele, Denis - 11 - 76, 113,120,145
Thomas, Andrea - 9 - 15, 22, 93
Thomas, John - 11- 2, 93, 98, 113, 118,
Thomas, Ronald - 10 - 63, 137
Tinney Kimberly - 9 - 15
Torres, Theresa - 12 - 53, 104 105,158
Treibs David -11-111
Treibs Greg - 11 - 7, 20, 79, 89, 113, 141
Treibs, Linda - FAC - 61, 111
Turrentine, Erica - 10 - 24,65,143
Usenet, Albert- FAC - 61, 69, 131
Usenet, Melanie - 10 - 65, 119
Valdez, Armandrna -11-113,143
Valdez, John - 9 - 76
Valdez, Johnny Joe - 10 - 35,38,65,141
Vela Antulio - 10 -- 65,138
Vela, Martin - 9
Venus, Regina - 12 -16, 17,98 119123,
Verstuyit, Karen - 12 - 53,91,118,120,
Verstuyft, Kenneth - 11- 98, 113,137
Vestal, Dan - 9- 15, 35, 67, 130
Vestal, Gay Nell - 12 - 93,119,158,161,
Vierus, John - 10 - 32,63,65,118
Vierus, Natalie - 12 -103, 158,161
vttf, Jan - Q - 15 36,77,130
Villanueva, Isabel - 9 - 15
Vollmar, Steven - 10 - 65, 93, 118
Vudmaska, Tylynn - 11 - 30, 113,134
wont, Kent- 10 - 35, 76, 130,146
Walch, David - 9 -15, 36, 37, 141
Wallendart, Denise - 10 - 28, 65, 91, 164,
Wallendorf, Gayle -11-16, 79, 93, 98,
113, 118, 135, 120
Wallendorf, Michael - 10 - 65
Walter, Sandra - 12 - 96, 158, 161
Wannet, Troy - 10 - 35, 65,98
Watters, Ruby - 9 -15, 32, 118
Warts, David - 9 -15, 130
Watts, Pam - 9 -13, 15,413,119
Warts, Teri- 10- 65, 98
Weber, Carl- 10 - 65,39
Weber, Franklin - 9
Weber, Kevin - 9 -15,77,130
Weber, Lois - 10 - 65, 119
Weber, Mark - 12 -137, 158, 161
Weber, Mott-12- 161
heresa 9 15
Weed, T - -
Wehmeyer, Gary - 12 -107,158,106
Weidenfeller, Darryl - 10 - 65,119
Weidenfeller, Ken - 11 - 20, 73, 113, 130
Weidenfeller, Kris - 10 - 65, 130
Weidenfeller, Sheila - 10 - 65
Weidenfeller, tntnr - 10 - 4, 24, 65, 102
Weidenfeller, Tracy - 9 -15, 24
Weiershausen, Marsh - 12 - 7, 20, 93,
118, 153, 158, 163, 161, 162, 145, 144
Weinheimer, DeAnn - 9 - 15, 118
Weinheimer, Duane - 11 - 11, 23, 46, 113,
114, 166, 165
Weinheimer, Lea - 11- 75, 89, 113,130
Weinheimer, Lori- 9 -13, 15,24
Weir, David - 9
Weirich, Denise - 12 - 49, 93, 96, 97, 158,
Weirich, Shelly - 9 - 15, 93, 104
Welthy, Par - 10 -146
Wendel, Chris - 10 - 63, 65, 119, 130
Wendel, Roger- 12 - 4, 20, 26, 32, 158,
106, 165, 161
West, Carrie -11-113, 135, 126
West, Gerald - 11- 113
Whetstone, Helen - 12 - 40, 115, 128,
120, 155, 158, 160, 161
White, Holly - 11- 71,113,115, 135,149
White, Matt - 12 -136, 137, 158, 161
White, Mark - 12 -106
Whitehead, Gary - 10
Whitewood, Lots - FAC - 61,90,120
Whitmire, Alynn - 11 - 71,98,113,135,
Wicker, Carlin - FAC - 20, 61, 148
Wicker, Traci- 9 -13, 15, 27, 29, 40, 75,
Wieser, Amy - 9 - 12, 15, 74, 75, 89, 119
Wieser, Jean - Board Trustee - 56
Wieser, Jenny - 12 -118154, 158, 163,
Wieser, Mark - FAC - 61
Wiley, Janis - 9
Williams, Becky - 11- 83, 113, 122
Wilson, Rick - FAC - 38,61,134, 145, 144
Wilson, Steve - 11- 113
Wilkinson, Laurie - 9
Woerner, Gaylan - 12 - 7, 30, 73, 118,
158, 161, 141
Wood, Kimberly -11-113,119
Yarbrough, Calvin - FAC - 35, 61, 77, 146
Youngblood, Mark - 11- 113, 106
Zenner, Cynthia - 10 - 65
Zenner, Zachary -11-113, 106
Zgabay, Randy - 11 - 17, 20, 113, 118,
164, 146, 165
Zimmerman, Amy - 10 - 22, 32, 65, 93,
114, 118, 134, 189, 146, 145, 84
Zimmermann, Dona - 9 -15, 119
Zoeller, Audrey - 11 - 24, 113
Zoeller, Quintin - 9- 14, 15, 36, 130
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Editor: Terri Pitman
As life goes by, day by day Staff Members:
We see ourselves in a different way, Kenneth Lee Boker
Soon we'lI be out all alone Susie Buffer
Facing the world on our own. Tommy Qfenweige
We look to the future
And see what it holds,
Following the rainbow
To the pot of gold.
Tiffinie George - lndex Editor
But we mustn't forget KOFGU JGHSCWG A
The times fhof have passed' Charlotte Meier - Class Section Editore ggee ee
For these are the times Susan Mwphy f i l if ili
That have gone too fast. Darkroom Manager: 5' ilrl T
Times that were spent Jack Taylor
With the best of friends, Photographer:
A cherished memory,
That will never end.
The Mesa is published by Taylor Publishing Com
BY Dano Demel pany. The staff wishes to especially thank com-
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