Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)
- Class of 1967
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A school plant is constructed of
steel, cement, brick and wood and is
designed to accommodate anever-
changing flow of students. Buildings
alone do not make up the school.
Frisco School is a way of life--it
is the men, women, boys and girls
who traverse the school plant that
give the buildings a soul of thoughts,
aspirations and dreams. Only with
this combination can the buildings
be called a school.
Each student who prorates the life
at FHS willy acquire individual mem-
ories of the year 1966 and 1967.
Through the Coonskin we hope
to capture a history of a memorable
year. Because we know it is im-
possible to present each student's
special moments, we have endeavored
to record the main events. The time
and effort spent on learning, the fun
of sports and activities, plusamillion
little things will make up memories
that will last a lifetime. We hope
they are preserved forever in this book
and in our hearts.
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A HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S duties are most varied. No
two days or even two hours catch him repeating the same
tasks. In all probability it falls his duty to handle more un-
pleasant jobs than anyone connected with high school. It is
hard to discipline, to make a schedule to accomodate all
students, and to keep a school system running smoothly. One
of his more gratifying accomplishments this year is the stu-
dent handbook. It takes all hands at the wheel to have a
successful school year is first advocated by the principal,
Mft Wefdon Corba!!
A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S work is with students
who are noisy, who have many classes, are more serious
underneath than they like him to know, and who are kind
and forgiving. It falls his duty to make a schedule compliant
to the high school since some of the junior high school teach-
ers also work with high school students. When a person who
is interested in youth is sought, a good place to look is in
the junior high science room where you will find
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THE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT assumes responsibility
for the operation of all Frisco Schools. He works closel
with the board trying to carry out the general Lpolicies
set by that boardg he supervises other school a ministra-
torsg he is responsible for purchasing equipment and
supplies and the yearly budget. One of his major respol
sibilities is obtaining competent school personnel. Whe
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THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL PRINCIPAL supervises more teachers and
students than any principal in the system. Here, too, there are
varied problems such as getting beginning students on the right bus,
getting announcements to patrons, collecting and depositing all monies
or workbooks, yearbooks, lunches, etc. Student enrollment has
doubled since Mr. Isbell came to Frisco. Mr. Isbell and the grammar
school faculty work tirelessly to give students a firm background.
Despite the many duties the school runs smoothly under the direction of
Mr. Ben' lcbefl
Seven men of the community are elected to represent the
local tax payers, to offer a quality educational program, and
to set school policies. These gentlemen serve without pay.
To qualify for a good member each man must have Frisco
School as an important interest, be selfless, and have a good
sense of humor. '
MR, WQQDROW MR. EARL YATES MR. CALVIN BLEDSOE
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Secretary Mrs. Sammy Vaughn
Secretary SL Bookkeeper
LAB: Carroll Alexander
Mrs. Peggy Barton
HOM EMAKIN G: Darlene Gibsc
and Kay Rector.
Jerry Stroope Don Carter
OFFICE: Susie Carter, Nancy Elliott,
Sally Haggard, and Delores Haun.
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MRS. ANN CARLSON MR. W. A. FIELDEN
Homemaking Vocational Agriculture
MISS AVA HUMPHREYS
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A Teacher's work is never done. ln addition to teaching, the
teachers have extra responsibilities which includes the selling
of tickets at the football games on Friday nights. Here Mr.
Mr. D. W. SKINNER MR. STANLEY MITCHELL MR. T. L. BAKER MRS. PEGGY BARTON
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English English and Spanish
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MR. LLOYD NICHOLS MR. JOHN INGRAM
MRS. WILMA FISHER MRS. RUTH BORCHARDT MRS. GERTRUDE GUCKENHEIMER
Business Math and Business Math
MR. CAL WESTER
Eighth Grade girls use the extra time for cramming for
MR. CAL WESTER, Jr. High Principal
MRS. .TAYNE CHAPMAN
Library is a favorite retreat for many Jr. High
the next exam ination.
MR. HAROLD STATON
MRS. JANE SMITH
MRS. LEO HAUN MRS. RUTH FRANCIS MRS, IRIS HALE
Head Cook Cook
janitor's duties around school are numerous.
le must be a jack-of-all-trades. One of Mr.
latyes' small jobs is to assist the cooks in the
a eteria. Here he collects salt and pepper
nakers off of the tables.
Mrs. Barton punches lunch tickets as students
pass through the lunch line.
Mr. Barrow 's motto is "A clean building
at all times makes a better school". In
this picture Mr. Barrow demonstrates this
fact. Mr. Barrow is the first one to ar-
rive in the morning and the last one to
leave in the afternoon.
To drive a school bus one must have patience in order to cope
with the loud noise and niisbehavior of the students. Mrs.
Frances Stem is the ideal bus driver, and misbehavior is nil.
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BAND MAJORETTE DRUM MAJOR BAND MAIORETTE
Linda Pearson, PRESIDENT
Cecilia Venable, VICE PRESIDENT
Laurie Pearson, SEC -TREAS
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Katherine L. , Teddy C. , Oleta L.
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Mr. Fielden ----W---M PINVI I M
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G. Bishop, A. Williams, K. Smith, R. Freeman, B. Sonntag, P.
Smithart, O. Hale
ROW 2 J. Curtis, G. Pelt, F. Polley, C. Alexander, D. Thomas, J.
Stroope, C. Elliott, B. Webb, J. Hampton, S. Mays, M. Davis, R.
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mes, B. Crawford, B. Caldwell, D. Bolin, T. Rolater, M. Flanagan,
Scotty Mays and Scotty Cobb display
their ribbons won this fall at the
North Texas State Fair at Denton.
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SPONSOR Mrs. A1111 Carlson
Katherine L. and Barbara S. watch as Mrs.
Tilley gives a Christmas demonstration.
Mrs. Tilley was from the gas company.
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VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY 'TREASURI
Nancy Elliott Debbie Harrington
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TOP ROW fleft to rightjz Edd C. , Delores H. , Glinda M. , Lin
M., Janie G., Johnnett A., Vonnie A., Janie P., Julie O., S1
C. , Shirley D. , Sherry P. , Patricia M. , Debbie A. , Marsha S
Annette D. , Laurie P. , Mrs. Carlson.
MIDDLE ROW: Pagan L. , Rhonda C. , Nancy S. , Janice W. , lf
R. , Katherine L. , Julie A. , Melody J. , Jan P., Kathy J. , Dek
F., Joy M., Brenda H.,
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,COND ROW: Judy T. , Terry P. , Linda F. ,
ice D., Elaine C., Anne S., Sara S., Linda
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JTTOM ROW: Rosemarie B. , Debbie H. ,
nda S., Debbie C. , Pam I., Rosalyn S.,
I-HSTORIAN SONG LEADER PIANIST
Pam Johnson Shirley Davis Debbie Carroll
Linda Fisher gives Judy Towson advice on how to fry
bacon, while Marsha Storey snoopervises.
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Garland Stroop Alice Davidson Susie Carter
Jamce Watkms The executive officers of the Beta Club are Laurie P. - treas-
urer, Randy Y. - sgt. -at-arms, Gary B. - reporter, Barbara M. -
vice-president, Susie C. - president, and Liz B. - secretary.
The requirements for being a Beta Club member include main-
taining an average of ninety, having a good character, and a
good attitude toward teachers and fellow school mates.
Randy Yates Linda Pearson Wanda Nichols Barbara Miller
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Mrs. Stark Mrs. Minter
Mrs. Isbell Mrs. Carroll Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Haun
PRESIDENT ---- -------- M rs. R. T. Smith
VICE-PRESIDENT - - ----- - - -Mrs. Price Stark
SECRETARY ---- - - Mrs. Bill Minter
TREASURER ----- ---'- M rs. Bert Isbell
PARLIAMENTARIAN - - ---- Mrs. B. J. Carroll
HISTORIAN ----- - - - Mrs. W. H. Thompson
REPORTER ------- ------ M rs. J. D. Haun
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Main fund-raising activity of PTA is the concession booth at football games. Mrs. McSpedden and Mrs. Barnes
are among many PTA workers.
Mrs. W ilm a Fisher
Kay S. works hard to finish her page fthis is dead-
Junior Class Pages
Linda Pearson Tracy Watson
3 Years 2 Years
S portsi Sports
Eighth Grade Pages
Freshmen Class Pages
Sixth Grade Pages
Debbie H. tries to convince proofreader, Sally
H. that her page is correct.
Seventh Grade Pages
Fourth Grade Pages
Mrs. Fisher assists Gary Barnes in making his
Second Grade Pages
Grade School Faculty
G ary B arnes
Sophomore Class Pages
First Grade Pages
Fifth Grade Pages
Rhonda watches Linda type her last page. Linda
was it that hard? Index of high school students
is in background
Senior Class Page
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Third Grade Pages
Student Cou.ncil members are: STANDING: Denny Dixon, Don Carter, Tracy Watson, Linda Pearson, Barbara Miller,
Laurie Pearson, Bill Boals.
SEATED Scotty Cobb Bobby Johnson, Debbie Harrington, Alice Davidson, Sharon Willits, and Rhonda Corbell.
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PRESIDENT ------ - - Don Carter
VICE-PRESIDENT -'- - - - - -Tracy Watson
SECRETARY ----- - - Sherri Francis
TREASURER ------ - - -Linda Pearson
Student Council lists as a successful project the
telephone booth outside the main building. Enjoy-
able chapel programs are sponsored by this group as
well as other school activities. A special undertak-
ing for 67 is a community bulletin board. This coun
cil is responsible for the "D" in the grading system
and ceremony before football games. At present it
is working on a point system for class officers.
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TOP ROW: Coach Staton, M. Pratt, C. Alexander, D. Barnes, G. Smothermon, T. Rolator, B. Mitchell R Yates
I. Mullendore, R. Yarbrough, Coach Nicholsg
MIDDLE ROW: C. Pratt, G. Stroope, M. Barrow, T. Cunningham, J. Harrington, D. Hazlewood, D. Thomas B
Dixon, O. Smith, J. Stroopeg
FRONT ROW: S. Mays, S. Covington, T. Brown, B. Johnson, K. Barton, M. Redmon, D. Dixon, T. Watson M
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SEASON 'S RECORD
33 O Allen
6 , 12 Whitesboro
14 41 Van Alstyne
12 26 , Carroll
0 34 Honey Grove
32 0 Wylie
19 14 Pilot Point
29 O Farmersville
29 6 Sanger
29 O Princeton
15 38 Honey Grove
All the way for 15-A
30 boys--30 lettermen for 1966-67
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Basketball Off-season training
Football Captains elected by the team this
year are Mark Painter, Denny Dixon, Donald
Thomas, and Billy Jones.
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Players who made the 1966 All-District team are: Billy Jones, first teamg offense Terry Cun-
ningham, honorable mention offenseg Donald Thomas, first team defense, Roy Yarbrough, hon-
orable mention offenseg Oscar Smith first team defenseg Benny Dixon, honorable mention de-
fense, Denny Dixon, first team offense, Mark Painter, first team defense, Randy Yates, first
team offense, Michael Pratt, first team defenses Tommy Brown, first team offense.
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LLOYD NICHOLS HAROLD STATON
J. MULLENDORE M.
PAINTER T. ROLATOR J. STROOPE
3 year 1 year 1 year
Back Tackle End
D. THOMAS C. ALEXANDER D. BARNES M. BARROW E. BOATRIGHT
4 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 2 year
Tackle Center Guard Back Tackle
T. BROWN T, CUNNINGHAM B. JONES B. MITCHELL M. PRATT
Guard 2 year 2 year 1 year 1 year
2, year End Tailback Tackle Fullback
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I. HARRINGTON B. JOHNSON S. MAYS C. PRATT M. REDMON
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End Wingback Guard End Guard
G. STROOPE R. YATES K. BARTON S. COVINGTON D. HAZLEWOOD
1 year 2 years 1 year 1 year 1 year
End End Guard End Quarterback
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structions during the Allen game, while
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watch the game.
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Oscar Smith C215 takes off on a long run
to make a touchdown in the bi-district
game against Honey Grove.
In the Allen game, Randy Yates QSSJ makes a quick move
to avoid an on-rushing tackler.
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Tracy Watson 1225,
Terry Cunningham 1185,
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bring down a Pilot
Point Bearcat. Donald
Thomas 1755 is on the
way to help.
Michael Pratt 1325
gains yardage while
Roy Yarbrough 1535,
1705, and Jerry Mul-
lendore 1885 stop would
The Coons scored
twenty -nine points in
each of three district
games. Here Billy
Jones 1265 goes over
for a touchdown
against Princeton to
help add up those
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GARY SM OT HERMON
RANDY YA TES
COACH STATON COACH SKINNER
Coons get a drink at half time.
Many points were made
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Mike Barrow tries to drive through Scotty Cobb.
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49 Pilot Point 45
'77 Princeton 32
39 Farmersville 47
36 Wylie 41
58 Sanger 68
'76 Pilot Point 54
68 Princeton 32
Coach offers his advice to A Team
IANICE ATWOOD ELAINE CALVERT
DEBBIE CARROLL GLENDA CHANCELLOR ,
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DEBBIE CHAPMAN ALICE DAVIDSON LINDA FISHER
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Many enjoyable experiences occur during this
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JANET PARSONS SHERRY PARSONS LAURIE PEARSON
Forward Guard Forward
TERRY PROVINCE ANNE SEELY ROSALYN STANDERFER
Guard Guard Guard
VICKI HESTER MELODY JOHNSON BARBARA MILLER
Guard Guard Forward
LINDA PEARSON PATSY PENNINGTON IANIE PELT
Guard FOIWSICI Forward
CECILIA VENABLE BERNICE VEST SHARON WU-LITS
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TOP ROW: Coach Nichols, S. Mays, D. Hazlewood, F. Almon, G. Smother-
mon, S. Cobb, R. Yates, D. Wills, B. Dixon, Manager G. Barnes,
MIDDLE ROW: B. Johnson, D. Dixon, T. Watson, R. Yarbrough, D. Carter,
BOTTOM ROW: M. Redmon, Gary Nichols, F. Pannel, M. Fisher
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Smothermon in the proper use of the baseball
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TOP ROW: K. Kuykendall, R. Gonzales, P. Johnson, D. Francis, M. Aaron, D. Minter, D. Jones, K. Grey, A.
Mays, Coach S kinner.
MIDDLE ROW: V. Cannon, M. Snider, S. Baccuss, C. Cobb, T. Turner, G. Dulin, M. Brown, P. Vest, M. Gon-
zales, T. Walsmith,
BOTTOM ROW: P. Bolin, C. Vaughn, R. Wade, M. Barnes, B. Duncan, F. Hazlewood, R. Barton, S. Chancellor,
Roy Yarbrough looks over the numerous
trophies won in baseball over the past years,
As you can see, it's quite a collection.
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right, D. Thomas, O. Smith,
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BOTTOM ROW: Coach Staton, C. Alexander, T. Brown, G. Bristow, S. Covington, M.
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straining to get up the rope!
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Sprint Relay QBOTTOMJ, T. Cunningham, D. Dixon,
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DISTANCE RUNNERS: TOP ROW: F. Vest, J. Harrington,
D. Bolin, R. Yates, C. Alexander, B. Jones, BOTTOM
ROW: M. Pratt, C. Pram, B. Mircheii, T. Brown, G.
Bristow, S. Covington
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TOP ROW: K. Kuykendall, A. Mays, M. Snider, R. Hallmark, K. Freeman, M. Aaron, D. Minter, D. Francis,
T. Turner, M. Gonzales, R. Gonzales:
MIDDLE ROW: R. Chancellor, M. Elliott, T. Brazeal, P. Johnson, M. Brown, K. Templin, P. Vest, R. Wade,
S. Bacchus, P. Boling
BOTTOM ROW: C. Edington, C. Cobb, H. Venable, M. Barnes, C. Vaughn, V. Cannon, R. Barton, B. Duncan
F. Hazlewood, D. Jones, coached by Lloyd Nichols
TOP ROW: M. Aaron, S. Bacchus, R. Gonzales, M. Gonzales, T. Brazeal, D. Minter, D. Francis, C. Cobb,
K. Kuykendall, P. Johnsons
MIDDLE ROW: M. Brown, K. Freeman, R. Wade, F. Hazlewood, C. Vaughn, D. Coulter, G. Dulee, V. Can-'
non, T. Turner, D. Edingtong
FRONT ROW: D. Jones, A. Mayes, P. Vest, P. Bolin, P. Chancellor, H. Venable, B. Duncan, R. Barton, M.
Sniderg coached by David Skinner
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FRONT ROW: B. Barrow, D. Wilson, D. Fisher, L.
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Pearson, D. Stroope, D. Redmong
SECOND ROW: Manager, K. Marshall, S. Nichols, D. Stark, S. Carter, B, Hudgins, K. Pearson, J. Isbell,
THIRD ROW: B. Davidson, S. Harris, S. Rolator, P. Pickering, I. McCracken, D. Elliott,
FOURTH ROW: M. Turner, N. Williams, D. Sheppard, S. Staton, S. Flanagan, L. Hammondsg coached by
Mr. Skinner, Ir. Hi Coach, gives his girls last minute
instructions before a close game with Wylie.
Denny Francis adds another point to our score as
he hits a free shot.
, renewing cliques
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Kay Stem and Kay Rector show how
many magazines their group has sold
It's a good thing the cheerleaders don't play football
They really would 'get' a warrior.
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ty show. K. Stem, D. Harrington, K. Rec-
tor, 8: D. Haun.
in the junior magazine sale.
Mrs. Slaughter looks almost as happy to hand out senior rings
as Sherry and Mack are to receive them.
F.H.S. band plays a little "spirit music" for pep rally.
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a visit from St. Nick
Kay , and
Leo Gasca honored
Frisco High School
with a demonstra-
tion of his superb
Donald, Mark, Denny, and Billy model the
football jackets which they received at the
close of the '66 football season.
A Lone Star Gas Representative came to Frisco to show the FHA
how to make Christmas decorations. Here she is shown with choir
boys she made.
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Rex got cold so he decided to
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slacking off window gazing
Sophomore bake sale finds Alice and Kathy selling
a cake to Debbie Hughes. The 3578 they made help-
ed raise the money for the public bulletin board
which is located on Main Street.
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" H 14 r hall library for music. Mr. Ingram has been
,, directing practice for the annual spring concert
where both band and chorus perform.
Terry says to Debbie, "Spring has come, the grass
has riz, I wonder where my true love is."
Carroll Alexander finds it easier to shudder than
to smile while getting a shot. Mrs.4Allen
Cschool nursej seems to be enjoying it though!
A few boys congregate after lunch to enjoy that good
spring sunshine. Looks like Edd is really happy to
see ole sol.
The Senior Class was in charge of the concession stand
at each of the basketball games. Debbie Deaton and
Julie Alexander are working at this game. Sponsor Mit
chell worked each game.
Leo Gasca, a skilled juggler and acro-
bat, demonstrates to Benny Dixon and
Donald Thomas some muscle building
exercises. The Beta Club sponsored
The Future Homemakers sold cookbooks as one
of their yearly projects. ln this picture, Debbie
Harrington is passing out the books to Janie Pelt,
Barbara Stone, and Sherry Parsons.
Bill Lwry, a FBI agent,
spoke to the student
body about the aspects
of the Communist Party.
As a counter spy, he
was a member of this
party for several years.
Student Council spon-
sored this program.
Each homemaking class had a Christmas party. Barbara Stone, Rosalyn Standerfer,
Vlarsha Story, Julie Osborn, and Janie Gonzales prepare the refreshments for the 'fourth
period homemaking party.
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Sophomores say "Come
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7th grade exhibited
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Homecoming in Frisco has come
to be a tradition that everyone looks
forward to each year. Joe Bob Mc-
intire was this year's parade marshall
The parade was very colorful, with
the Coon Band, many pretty floats,
and horses. This was only the be-
ginning of a full day of events. A
barbecue at the youth center, and a
fast moving football game, were
topped off by a dance at the youth
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Exes enjoy barbecue after parade
Joe Bob Mclntire and Melvin Mann were parade marshalls. Here is a picture of their car.
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Freshman use sink the eagles as theme for their float.
Qenrors wrsh everyone good luck by deprcting
the rambow pot of gold and other tokens
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receipts for the magazine sale.
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her team 's progress for one day
in the magazine sale.
The juniors sold the magazines to
help pay for the Junior-Senior Banquet.
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David Bolin and Lura Beth Rasor receive the money prize
from Mrs. Guckenheimer for selling the most magazines
the first day.
Juniors receive Dream -Pets for selling Post magazines.
Barbara helps Rosalyn hold the dog she won
for selling S75 worth of magazines.
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The band plays, under the direction of Mr. John Ingram, to Band students, on their way to one of many
add to the spirit of pep rallys. activities, hurriedly crowd onto the bus.
Suzanne Pink eagerly hands out drinks and The Band goes through its oncoming half-time show
potato chips furnished by the Band -Aid Club. in Thursday afternoon practice.
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Katherine Lunsford, and Bill Boals sing
while accompanied by Mr. Ingram.
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Mr. Ingram gives Pagan Luna, Pam Page, Oleta Looper, Kay Stem, Lohrey House, and Pam
and Linda Green their part in one of their songs. Page enter the band hall fOr their Choral
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Delores Haun and' Lohrey House.
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Nancy Elliot returns her ballot to Sherry Francis and Barbara Debbie Ford and Ann Seely check names
Miller who tabulate votes. off the list. Mr. Ford seems to be inter-
ested in something else.
Students cast ballots for Mr. and Miss
The student council sponsored several bake sales to help pay for F, H,S,
the public bulletin board. Here Janice Watkins tried to persuade
Ann Seely to buy a cake.
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of life .
One spicy activity of senior class mem-
bers is to discuss and select invitations for
graduation. Sometimes the discussion gets
pretty spicy. Donald Thomas, Nancy Elliott
Jo Ann Daniels and Tony Rolater are mighty
interested in the thank-you notes as well as
the commencement announcements. Ask a
senior to describe the selection in February
and he will flunk the test.
Mr. Barrow taught Typing ll class while Mrs.
Fisher attended Christmas party given by Home-
IOO making ll class.
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Achievement tests break the regular routine of class. At left
we see Mr. Baker, school counselor, administering the test,
and Dulin, Edclington, Johnson, and Cannon taking same.
Homeniaking ll class members, Shirley Davis, Vonnie
Antwiler, and Anne Seely serve refreshments to faculty
Denny and Don enjoy some homemade
cookies Mrs. Guckenhiimer brought to
aw' 1 I i oooo
Bill Webb says he s all thumbs and one
forefin er when it comes to t pin .
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school before Christmas holidays
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Look at those jackets! Carol, "is the digestive system."
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Few books, things, and fewer rooms
are reserved exclusively for teachers...
besides work. Really, work is notreserved
for teachers alone because students have
their share, too.
Students contribute so much to our
school life, including helping each other,
playing on the team, doing homework,
meeting deadlines, preparing for contests,
decorating the goalposts, writing themes,
and getting to class in two and a half
Teachers strive to advance the cause
of education by teaching what we must
know, developing better citizens, sponsor-
ing activities and classes, performing hall
duty, correcting, criticizing, listening,
helping, sharing knowledge, and grading
endless sets of papers.
There are times like the morning
visit to the school mailbox, quick minutes
of relaxation caught in the faculty work-
room which are treasured moments of
respite. Students enjoy a longer lunch
hour, the time given during class for home
work, special chapel programs, and that
five minute break.
Styles in girls shoes have changed also. From suede -
open-toed, lace-up, to T-strap
, Funny Shoes were also in style. We don t
YA know what syle the pose is.
Kay Rector wears one of the IN ceramic pins.
Boys styles in shoes were not a lot different in '67,
Boots and loafers were still good.
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Mr. Fielden is being
Linda got a head cut!
Robin Rolater admires the bulletin board at the ele-
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Sherri Parsons and Nancy Scott discuss the
Pam Page watches as Mr. Imgranm helps decorate the band hall.
Rhonda Corbell and Debbie Harrington read
a poem taken from a Christmas Typing fold-
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Tracy W. , Delores H. and Liz B. help
decorate a tree in the library.
Mr. Corbell and Mrs. Slaughter enjoy refreshment at the party
Judy Towson serves the goodies which were cooked in class.
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Debbie A. , Vickie H. display Christmas presents
while Barbara S. serves refreshment.
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Denny Dlxon when he
was Ln the first grade
Funny he smll looks
about the same
all Teachers work at
"In Service meeting.
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ers, Tina Barnes and
QL Junior Cheerers,
Diane R. , Belinda D,
Beverly B. and Cheer
ing Debbie Srroope.
it Alice D. shows off
her Valentine gifts.
QL Eddie C. swings
at the homecoming
dance held at the
youth center. Also
Susie C. , Sharon W. ,
Ronnie A. , Barefoot
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The football squad know that spirit is a hard workout before the big game.
The basketball squad does not agree. Players
believe the best spirit is in a basketball work-
Alice D. says it is
the signs the cheer-
leaders give and the
loud yells that
Carroll A. , Jerry S. , and Jerry M. think the best source of
spirit is the 1966 football jacket, especially if this is the first
one awarded. What is Susie C. doing in this picture?
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Nhen a typewriter does not perform Jerry M, aid Mr, M,
vlrs. F. rolls up her sleeves, gets out
:he tool kit Q2 screw drivers '- sig 'lg K A l r
and one old knittin needle ' If llz' -
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nd goes to work. It took ,
early the whole class
period to get this machine
.n perfect running order.
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early and found Mt. C. shining his shoes. No
wonder his shoes are always so bright and shiny.
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One day a coonskin photographer came to sc oo
Who is that?
A shorthand cookbook was compiled from
recipe contributions by class members.
Mrs. B. gets no. 19 which was made by
Things really get interesting in the lab when Mr.
Mitchell loosens his tie. Don C. , Carroll A. , and
Laurie and Linda P's pa
models the latest in
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The election oi Mr., and Miss
Frisco High School was held
last Thursday. Four nominees
from each class ran for the
title and after a run-off election
held again Monday,Linda Pear-
son is Miss Frisco High School
and Billy Jones is Mr. Frisco
The honors were previously
held by Bernice Vest and Bill
Ed Christie and Bernicevest
both Seniors, were also involved
in the run-off election that was
described as being a horse and
buggy race because it was so
These were the other nomi-
nees: Freshmen Sherri Par-
sons, Nancy Scott, Mike Morale
and Steve Covington, Sopho-
mores, Debbie Ford, Kathy
Jones, Randy Yates and Benny
Dixon, Juniors, Lura Beth
Rasor and Linda Pearson,
Freddie Almon and Billytlonesg
and Seniors Nancy El1iott,Ber-
nice Vest, Denny Dixon and Ed
Denny Dixon, Bernice Vest,
Edd Christie were senior nominees for Mr. and
Miss FHS. There was plenty of excitement
when Don'Carter CStudent Council Presidentj
took people out of class to vote. A secret bal-
lot was taken.
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The Student Council of FHS
met last week and recommended
to the administration of the
Frisco Schools that the girls
in the junior and Senior high
schools wear their skirts and
dresses not more than two inch-
es from the top of the knee.
The FHS Basketball teams
defeated Pilot Point last Fri-
day night in two heated games.,
The boys pulled a 49 to 45
victory out of the fire and the
girls won 36 to 35.
In the Sanger tournament, the
"B" team girls walked away
with the third place trophy.,
Tuesday night the Coons
played Sanger and the boys won
63 to 58. After four quarters,
the girls game ended in a tie.
The Coons then played a three-
minute overtime, but they were
bested 34 to 35.
The Sophomore class will
sponsor the bake sale this Sat-
urday to raise funds for the
Public Bulletin Board. The sale
will be held at Standerfer and
N ancy Elliott, and
Lura Beth Rasor gives Freddie Almon a few pointers!
Really now neither of these students need many pointer
Mike Morale, Steve Covington, Nancy Scott, and
Sherry Parsons may be on their way home from school,
but they were good nominees from the freshman class.
First runners up for Mr. and Miss FHS were Edd Christie
fseniorj and Bernice Vest Qseniorj,
Sophomore contenders in the race were
Kathy Jones, Randy Yates, Debbie Ford,
and Benny Dixon. They eagerly read the
Coon chatter for the newspaper report of
Mr. FHS: Billy Jones
Miss FHS: Linda Pearson
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Mr. Ana' Mfg' FHS'
One of the most exciting events at Frisco
High School is the election of Mr. and Miss
FHS. The ballot was outlined by the civics
teacher, Mr. Nichols and copies were made by
Mrs. Thomas, secretary.
On election day Don Carter, student coun-
cil president, went to each classroom and an-
notmced the voting in the reading room of the
Considered on the basis of citizenship as
understood by each student, votes were cast.
At this time four students were selected for
the run-off election.
One week later another election was held.
At this time the race was reported to be too
close for comfort, but students decidedly
elected Mr. and Miss FHS as two students most
representative of the ideal student at Frisco
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No, not a lightning flash. ltis David Barnes' Would you believe it? Basketball sweaters
car. Seniors Patsy Pennington, Sharon Willits and
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You can't tell by the expressions on the members'
Alice Davidson and Cecilia Venable are boxing up faces, but the purpose of the meeting was to make
toys for the needy at Christmas time. This was one the last minute arrangements concerning the State
of the Beta C1ub's main projects. Beta Convention.
Tracy Watson and Don Carter pledge support for their Candi- Susie Carter led the singing
date for State Secretary. Paper money was used in this can-
at the convention,
Mr. W. M. Stribling, National 1
Vicg-President 311d former Supp. Of The baflqllel WaS the highlighlf of the COl'lV6IllCf.Ol'1. These ITICUI'
Frisco Schools, gpgke at the banquet, bers wait patiently for the meal to be served.
Linda Fisher enters the mobile X-ray
Ups' 4nd D0 wng
unit. These girls, Rosalyn Stander-
fer and Pagan Luna, helped to re-
gister the people who had chest X-
The voluntary mobile X-ray unit,
which is a service of the Texas Tuber-
culosis Society, was in Frisco on Thurs-
day, February 16th, to make free chest
x-rays. Linda Fisher, Pagan Luna,
Rosalyn Standerfer, Sally Haggard, and
Bernice Vest volunteered their services
by assisting the x-ray technicians.
Sally and Bernice
Mr. Mitchell wears the proud smile of a
grandfather. The picture that he is hold-
ing is of his little granddaughter, Gail Lynn
Each class sponsored a bake sale in order to help
the Student Council raise money for the pur-
chase of a public bulletin board. Janice Wat-
kins worked at the sophomore bake sale. The
sophomore made S78 from their bake sale while
Freshmen totaled S76 for a close second.
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The nominees for FFA Sweetheart were
Sara Sonntag, Alice Davidson, Cecilia
Venable, and Sherry McRay.
Believe it or not, these girls are
high school students! I They
helped to box up toys for the
needy at Christmas time.
Laurie, Kay, Susie, and Sally.
Was Janie Gonzales actually this hungry
or is she playing the role of janitor?
A little extra weight is no hind-
rance for Janie Pelt.
Deb Carroll got a "one" in
Linda Pearson, Susie Pink, and
Gary Barnes realize the locker
shortage of FHS.
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Members of the FHS band formed a jazz band. This group won first
place in high school division in Beta Variety Show. Members are:
Mike Pickering, Mack Kimberlin, Mitchel Luna, David Wills, and
With eyes on the ball, Donald Thomas still clutches the offensive
runner. WOW, is that ground hard!
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Nancy SCOtt dictates IO Sally Haggard. Bill. Don't look so forlorn Kay, it's just a big list of
are you sampling Nancy's wig? names.
It takes imagination to
draw up a page. I guess
you could say Linda
Pearson has a little.
Bill and Suzy singing. Nancy Composing.
to Gary. Do you
think he understands?
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Have you ever heard of yearbook staff mem-
bers going around school carrying a camera and
making pictures--some posed and some made
unawares? Deb Hughes typed at least ten min-
utes without error. All at once that right hand
went up and the camera clicked. The pix had
been focused several minutes without Deb's
knowledge. Thus it is that pages are made for
Sally Haggard, Steve Wester, and Delores Haun practice
daily on CABBAGES, a one-act play, during fourth period.
The little mouse informer stated that practice sessions were'
quite loud sometimes. The play was sponsored by the speech
Debbie Hughes! You can't type fast with only one hand on
key position. Gayle James is intent on that booklet they are
doing in Typewriting I.
Mrs. Pat Thomas works diligently to record
semester grades for all FHS students. Mrs.
Thomas became teacher assistant and sec-
retary upon the resignation of Mrs. Barton.
Second period finds Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. :Frasier
grading papers, making lesson plans, and often
having a cup of coffee for relaxation.
Pauline Brown and Juanita Garza rush out to the hall
locker at noon time.
Coaches Nichols and Staton discuss the
scheduling of basketball games.
Charles Wade, Samuel Jones, Johnny Cantu, Sam Morale,
and Linda Murray are willing to vouch that Bg. Project Ill is
almost as long as a practice set.
Deb Deaton, Pam Johnson, and Patsy'Pennington Willa Jean Daniels is determined to
really "rev" it up on a production drill in Type- understand Julius Caesar so she reads
writing Il. along as the teacher explains. IZ'
Katherine, Julie, Johnny, George, SL Buz
look through encyclopedias to find informa-
tion for the senior research themes.
Heater huggers Edd Linda, Sc Sharon For
some reason funknown to Mrs F J they seem
to migrate to her room around 8 00 A M
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Katherine, Sam, Darlene, 85 Billy Jack
look at pamphlets from various colleges.
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Looking toward the future--Darlene 85 Jerry--What's
in store for Srs. 67? l22
Alexander, Julie 16, 58, 89, 122
Bishop, George 16, 56, 122
Brown, Nancy 16
Caldwell, Buz 16, 57, 122
Cantu, Johnny 17, 121, 122
Carter, Don 6, 17, 49, 60, 64, 101, 111
Carter, Susie 6, 13, 17, 49, 52, 60, 93,
Christie, Ed 17, 40, 57, 58, 95, 112,
Daniels, Jo Ann 17, 54, 86, 95, 100
Deaton, Debbie 17, 89, 121
Dixon, Denny 17, 56, 57, 64, 66, 67,
68, 87, 101, 108, 112
Elliott, Nancy 6, 17, 58, 100, 112
Gibson, Darlene 6, 17, 122
Haggard, Sally 6, 17, 60, 108, 115,
116, 117, 119, 120, 142
Haun, Delores 6, 17, 55, 58, 95, 107
Johnson, Pam 13, 17, 59, 95, 108,
Jones, Sam 18, 74, 121, 122
Kimberlin, Mack 18, 53, 54, 86, 118
Lunsford, Katherine 18, 55, 58, 97,
McRay, Sherry 13, 18, 42, 54, 86, 90,
Mullendore, Jerry 18, 66, 68, 71, 111,
Murray, Linda 18, 121
Painter, Mark 18, 48, 66, 67, 68, 71,
Pennington, Patsy 18, 77, 121
Rolater, Tony 18, 57, 66, 68, 95, 100
Sonntag, Billy 18, 57, 122
stone, Linda 18, 55, 122
Stroope, Jerry 6, 18, 57, 66, 68
Thomas, Donald 18, 57, 66, 67, 68,
'71, 87, 89, 108, 118
Vest, Bernice 18, 48, 77, 95, 112, 113,
Wade, Charles 18, 121
Willits, Sharon 18, 64, 77, 109, 122
Alexander, Carroll 6, 20, 56, 66, 68,
88, 101, 111 1
Almon, Freddie 19, 20, 95, 112
Antwiler, Vonnie 20, 58, 100, 104
Barrow, Mike 20, 66, 68, 74
Bledsoe, Liz 12, 20, 55, 60, 107, 115,
Boatright, Eddie 20, 68, 95
Barnes, David 20, 52, 66, 68
Bolin, David 20, 57, 94
Brooks, Rosemarie 21, 59, 101
Brown, Tommy 21, 56, 66, 67, 68
Cannon, Albert 21, 57
Cobb, Scotty 21, 56, 57, 64, 74, 104
Crawford, Bobby 21, 57
Cunningham, Terry 14, 21, 66, 67, 68,
Davis, Johnny 21
Elliott, Charles 6, 21, 57
Fisher, Linda 21, 59, 75, 116
Harp, Lester 21
Jones, Billy 19, 21, 50, 57, 67, 68, 71,
Miller, Barbara 6, 21, 54, 60, 64, 76,
Mitchell, Bill 21, 66, 68
Morale, Sam 21, 121
Morale, Tommy 6, 21, 56
Nichols, Wanda 21, 60, 115
Parsons, Jan 21, 58, 76
Pelt, Janie 21, 42, 54, 58, 77, 90,118
Polly, Frank 22, 56, 95
Pickering, Mike 21, 53, 118
Pratt, Michael 22, 66, 67, 68, 71
Rasor, Lura Beth 6, 19, 22, 54, 86, 94,
Rector, Kay 6, 22, 55, 58, 104
Smith, Oscar 22, 66, 67, 69, 70
Smotherman, Garry 22, 66, 69
Standerfer, Rosalyn 22, 59, 77, 89,
stem, Kay 22, 55, 69, 87, 97, 115,
Towson, Judy 22, 59, 101, 107
Venable, Cecilia 19, 22, 41, 52, 60,
77, 94, 115, 117
Vest, Freddie 22, 56, 57, 74
Watson, Tracy 22, 47, 60, 64, 66, 69,
94, 107, 142
Webb, Bill 22, 57, 95, 101
Williams, Savannah 22
Wills, Danny 22, 53, 74
Wills, David 22, 53, 85, 118
Yarbrough, Roy 22, 66, 67, 69, 71
Pearson, Linda 22, 47, 50, 52, 60, 64,
111, 113, 115, 118, 119
Barnes, Gary 24, 60, 66, 67, 118, 119,
Boykin, Betty 24, 140
Bristow, Glen 24, 57
Brown, Pauline 24, 121
Calverly, Sue 24, 58, 60, 91, 115
Calvert, Elaine 24, 58, 75
canon, Debbie 24, 52, 59, 60, 75,
88, 90, 118, 147
Curtis, Ioe 24, 56
Daniels, Willa 121
Davidson, Allice 24, 54, 58, 60, 64,
75, 85, 88, 109, 115, 117
Davis, Mike 24, 56
Dixon, Benny 25, 46, 66, 67, 69, 74,
89, 95, 113
Fisher, Mike 25, 57, 95
Flanagan, Mike 25, 56, 74
Ford, Debbie 25, 52, 58, 75, 113
Francis, Sherri 25, 42, 46, 64, 76, 90
Freeman, Ronald 25, 56, 57
Garza, Juanita 25, 121
Gonzales, Angalita 25, 58
Green, Linda 25, 55, 58, 92
Greenwood, Robert 25, 56
Guerra, Jesse 25, 56
Harrington, Debbie 25, 55, 59, 64, 86,
89, 91, 95, 97, 106
Harrington, John 25, 60, 66, 69, 115
Hazelwood, Bobby 25, 56
Hodges, Ricky 25, 57, 67
Hughes, Debbie 25, 88, 92, 120
James, Gayle 25, 120
Johnson, Bobby 25, 60, 64, 66, 69, 74
Johnson, Roger 25, 56
Jones, Kathy 25, 58, 88, 91, 92, 101,
Kurykendall, Leslie 25, 56
Lewis, Sue 25
Liscano, Rosie 25
Martin, Glenda 25, 58
Martin, Linda 26, 58
Mays, Scotty 26, 56, 57, 60, 66, 69,
Morris, Joy 58
Nichols, Gary 26
Pearson, Laurie 26, 52, 60, 64, 76, 111
Pelt, Gerald 26, 56
Pratt, Carl 26, 56, 66, 69, 74
Redmon, Mark 26, 66, 69, 71
Seely, Anne 26, 58, 77, 95
Somers, Carolyn 26
Stroope, Garland 26, 60, 66, 69, 71,
Watkins, Janice 26, 53, 54, 58, 60, 95,
Wilson, Carolyn 26
Yates, Randy 26, 60, 66, 67, 69, 101,
Garza, Linda 26
Alexander, Johnett 28, 58, 95
Antwiller, Debbie 28, 58, 107
Atwood, James 28, 75
Barton, Keneth 28, 66, 69
Bledsoe, Joe 13, 28, 56, 141
Boals, Bill 13, 14, 28, 52, 55, 64, 88,
96, 97, 119
Brackeen, Vernice 28, 56
Brazeal, Larry 28, 52, 57, 118
Calvert, Brenda 29
Carroll, Teddie 14, 29, 52, 55, 88, 97
cnauceiior, Gieuda 29, 75, 107
Chapman, Debbie 29, 75
Corbell, Rhonda 13, 14, 29, 52, 58, 64,
Covington, Steve 29, 45, 66, 69, 112
Cross, Billy 29, 57
Carroll, Doran 30
Davis, Shirley 26, 29, 59, 95, 100
Dishmon, Banks 29
Douglas, Annette 29, 58, 95
Gonzales, Janie 29, 89, 117
Hale, Ocy 29, 57
Hampton, Norman 13, 29, 34, 57
Haun, Brenda 13, 29, 58, 140
Hazlewood, Danny 29, 66, 69, 95
Hester, Vicki 29, 76, 107
House, Lohrey 14, 29, 55, 97
Johnson, Melody 13, 29, 58, 76
Kimberlin, Hank 13, 39
Liscano, Mary 29
Looper, Oleta 29, 55, 97
Luna, Mitchell 29, 53, 118
Luna, Pagan 29, 55, 58, 97, 116
Mason, Patricia 13, 30, 53, 58
Morale, Mike 30, 57, 112
Nichols, Peggy 30
Osborn, Julie 30, 58, 89
Page, Pam 13, 20, 55, 97, 106
Painter, Laurie 30, 58
Parnell, Frank 30, 56
Parrish, Jackie 30, 46
Parsons, 7 Sherry 30, 42, 58, 76, 85, 89,
Pickering, Ricky 13, 30, 56
Pink, Suzanne 13, 30, 53, 64, 95, 96,
Province, Terry 20, 58, 77
Richardson, Gloria 30
Scott, Nancy 30, 53, 55, 58, 97, 106,
112, 119 '
Sirkel, Louise 30
Smith, Kenneth 30, 56
Smithart, Paul 30, 57
Sonntag, Sara 30, 53, 58, 117
Stone, Barbara 30, 58, 89, 107
Storey, Marsha 30, 59, 89
Townson, Oleta 30
Turner, Linda 30
Turner, Surina 30
Wester, Steve 13, 30, 120
Williams, Allen 30, 56
Adams, Carolyn 32
Adams, Jerry 32
Antwiller, Kathy 32
Barrow, Beverly 32, 84
Box, Gary 32
Brazeal, Tony 32, 83
Brooks, David 32
Burman, Steven 32
Canfield, Ronald 32
Cannon, Vickie 33
Carter, Sally 33, 52, 84, 96
Chancellor, Sylvester 33, 83
Clark, Kenneth 33
Davidson, Belinda 33, 52, 84
Duncan, James 33, 83
Elliott, Joe 33, 83
Fisher, Debbie 33, 84
Flanagan, Sharon 33, 84
Francis, Denny 33, 83, 84
Fraze, Glenda 33
Garza, Manual 33
Gonzales, Miguel 33, 83
Hallmark, Ruthie 33
Hammonds, Linda 33, 84
Hampton, James 33
Harris, Suzie 33, 53, 84
Haun, Jerry 33
Hays, Nell '33
Hazelwood, Linda 33
Hudgins, Brenda 33, 84
Isbell, Judy 10, 33, 53, 84
Jones, lomes 34, 44
Marshall, Cathy io, 34, 44, 53, 84
Mays, Andy 34, 83
McCrachen, Wanda 34, 84
Minter, David 34, 83
Pearson, Kay 34, 53, 84
Pearson, Lucy 10, 34, 53, 84
Pena, Cegoria 34
Pickering, Patty 10, 34, 84
Prat, Dianna 34 -
Romer, Sondra 10, 34, 53, 84,
Smith, Johnny 34
Smith, Terry 34
Snider, Michael 34, 83
Stork, Debra 10, 34, 53, 84
Turner, Tommy 34, 83
Venable, Harold 34, 83
Vest, Paul 34, 83
Wade, Randy 34, 83
Williams, Barbara 34
Williams, Nancy 34, 84
Wilson, Debbie 34, 53, 84
Wilson, Tommy 34
Chanez, Victoria 33
Thompson, Betty 34
Crawford, James 32
Gonzales, Miguel 83
Crowder, Danny 32
Aaron, Mike 14, 35, 36, 83
Anzualda, Anita 36
Anzualda, Sammy 36
Bacchus, Steve 36, 83
Barnes, Mike 36, 83
Barton, Randy 36, 83
Bell, Debby 36, 52, 54
-Bolin, Paul 36, 83
Burman, Karen 36
Brown, Michael 36
Burnett, Virginia 36
Byrd, Cindy 37, 52, 96
Cannon, Victor 37, 83
Cantu, Sulema 37
Carter, Carolyn 37
Cobb, Chris 10, 35, 37, 83
Coulter, Doyle 37
Coulter, Terry 37
Crawford, Francis 37
Cross, Cecil 37
Dishman, Dole 37
Dulen, Gary 37, 83, 100
Duncan, Tommie 37, 52, 96
Edington, Alvin 37, 83
Elliott, Donna 37, 52, 84
Freeman, Keneth 37,-83
Gomez, Mary 37
Gonzales, Resindo 37, 83
Gray, Keneth 37
Hallmark, Ricky 37, 83
Hazlewood, Frank 37, 83
Hodges, Teresa 37
James, Ricky 38
Johnson, Paul 10, 35, 38, 83
Kuykendall, Ken 38, 43, 83
Lopez, Diana 38
Mays, Melinda 38, 53, 54
Pink, Janet 38, 53
Province, Lori 38
Ramos, Martha 38
Redmon, Diane 38, 53, 84
Robles, Manual 38
Sheppard, Donna 14, 35, 38, 43, 84
Sirkel, Alfred 38
Slaugh, Bobby 38
Smith, Charles 38
Smith, Esther 38
Somers, David 38
Somers, Donna 38
Soto, Anita 38
Staton, Susan 38, 53, 54, 84
Stroope, Debbie 38, 53, 84
Templin, Kirk 38, 83
Turner, Margie 38, 53, 84
Vaughn, Charles 38, 83
Wade, Ricky 38, 83
Walsmith, Tommy 38
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Some students immediately think of a shot or needle when the
word booster is mentioned. Many others reflect that a booster is one
who aids, promotes, and indorses the Frisco Public Schools. It may
be attendance at a football, basketball, or baseball gameg buying a
magazine from a junior class memberg attending PTAg being gracious
to staff members who sell adsg being a patron who works with and for
his and other Frisco school childreng or being just plain interested in
the progress of the local school. These are only a few of the boosters.
Without them the school would never be a success. Because of the
fine spirit of the citizenry of the Frisco Community, boys and girls
grow to be very excellent citizens and what better aim could any
The staff would like to take this means of thanking boosters of the
COONSKIN as well as those of other phases of school life at FHS.
DAN THOMAS 81 SON
S d and Gravel - Leveling and H 1 g
P. O. Box 585 f- Greenville, Texas 75402
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F T 75034
ES 7 2183
Partytllne. Snackt1lne.Anyt1lne ...Morton belongs!
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0 Five Miles West of F isco
Farmers in this area
depend on DEVORE
GRAIN, INC. for grain
storage. This depository
company has grain in its
tanks all year and would
much like to have your
GRAIN gl STORAGE CO.
is managed by Mr.
Maurice Buchholz. Dial
ES 7-2419 for efficient
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Here is a view of the mod-
ern new location of
AND UPHOLSTERING CO.
This is the home of many
different kinds of fine fur-
niture. Among these are
Early American, Modern
Provincial, Colonial, and
Spanish. To contact
SPRADLEY'S call ES
7-2685. Mr. and Mrs. V.
C. Spradley are the hos-
You learn the latest
news from your local paper,
THE FRISCO ENTERPRISE.
This paper is one of the
main sources of information
for many of the Frisco stu-
dents who look forward to
each issue. Darlene Gibson
is student editor and Mr.
Alton Kite publishes the
weekly issues and Mr.
serves as general manager.
The FIRST STATE BANK OF FRISCO is where people of
this area do their banking. A competent staffwill assist you in
opening a savings account, in purchasing a savings bond, or
in opening a regular checking account.
The First State Bank is a full-service bank as well as a
member of F. D. I. C. First State Bank welcomes an op-
portunity to give complete banking service. Call ES 7-2471.
Q Your money
First State Bank
.COMPLE TE AU
Phone ES 7-2628
Nights ES 7-2637
VIRGLE CARROLL - Owner
JOHNNY SOUTHERLAND - Mechanic
ROY WATERS - Service Manager
Diamond Bridal sets, Bulova and
Caravelle watches, Speidel Twist-
o-Flex, Watch Bands, British Ster-
ling Toiletries for men, Frankoma
Pottery, Watch and Jewelry Repair.
Tel: ES 7-2988
Owner: MRS. J. C. KSUEJ GRANT
Southern Chemical and Fertilize
Manager: MALCOLM WILSON
Phone: ES 7-2694
When you need gas or want a snack
go by TOMMY'S CROCERY AND
STATION, The location of TOMMY'S
GROCERY AND STATION is onhigh-
way 121 one and one-half miles east
of highway 289. TOMMY'S GROCERY
AND STATION is a favorite hangout
of many of its customers. The tele-
phone number of TOMMY'S GROCERY
AND STATION is ES 7-2232.
The new bandhall
and addition to
was built by MC-
R. C. McKinney is
the owner of MC-
headquarte rs of
MCKINNEY CON- ' '
located in Green-
ville, Texas. Mr.
McKinney also built
Acker and the High
in past years.
Pictured here is
the new wing of
School which was
built during the
When you need complete insurance cov-
erage and want to buy or sell property,
call PRICE STARK INSURANCE AND
REALTY. A pink Roman brick building
at 501 Main Street is the home of PRICE
STARK INSURANCE AND REALTY. The
telephone number of PRICE STARK IN-
SURANCE AND REALTY is ES 7-2643.
For complete beauty service, call
FRISCO BEAUTY SALON, ES 7-2760.
Mrs. Wanda Johnson is the owner.
Mrs. Thelma Smith and Pam John-
son are operators. FRISCO BEAUTY
SALON is located on the North Side
of Main Street, Frisco, Texas. A
customer, Mrs. B, B, Owen, re-
ceives a Manicure by Pam at FRISCO
BEAUTY SALON. v ,ip
For personalized pet supplies call THE
I-IOLMEN COMPANY, ES 7-2416. The
owners of THE HOLMEN COMPANY are
R. K. Hollas and H. H. Menafee. A
staff of twenty-five assists Mr. Hollis
and Mr. Menafee in producing one of the
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most unique gift lines in the United States
and Canada. THE HOLMEN COMPANY is
- . located on Main Street, Frisco, Texas.
When you need Z4 hour service go by
DOUGLAS GROCERY AND MARKET.
Home deliveries are made by DOU-
GLAS GROCERY AND MARKET, own- DOUGL
ed by Mr. Hansel Douglas. A call to
ES 7-2616 will procure competent
delivering of Frisco's finest foods.
Sportsmen enjoy browsing and shopping
for fishing, hunting, and water sports
supplies at DOUGLAS GROCERY
For the best in building material,
, h hardware, and paint, see THE PITTS-
XQITTS-K R . KERBY LUMBER COMPANY ON Msis
Strssr. PITTS-KERBY HAS A LARGE
Umm MBgR,gg,,,yi , STOCK of Ousiity products from which
. 7 .lfff'52Fli 7'i ' to choose. Call ES 7-2434 for good,
' "nn-. friendly service.
"SAFE AND SOUND SINCE 190311 sssurss V,
safe and sound service foryour banking ' ',"' ""' "if, 3
needs. President Ralph Boyer welcomes Q 'll'
thrifty depositors from everywhere. Your ,, D3 ,K
mossy is in good hands with the PROSPER 5.5 egg f X
STATE BANK Prosper, Texas. C5 Q
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Prosper State Bank
distributor Kenneth Phillips by calling
ES 7 2467 or by going by the GULF
AGENCY When you want that extra
For all your GULF needs, contact
kick H use GOOD GULF products.
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Janie Pelt has her hair done at
VILLAGE FASHIONS for a very
special occasion. Mrs. Redmon,
owner, frriore affectionately known.
as Pokeyj and Mrs. Whitsell
fSarahJ specialize in the latest
Lura Beth examines a sweater--just
one article of apparel from the large
selection of school clothes at VIL-
LAGE FASI-IIONS. Mrs. Elkin Mays
is the saleslady pictured. Mrs. Odyne
Harris manages the clothing divi-
sion of VILLAGE FASHIONS,
Mr. Wayne Carter lpicturedj is
as much a part of TEXACO INC.
as the consignee Mr. T. B. Lane,
and Mrs. Lane, who keeps the
books. Mr. Carter drives the
TEXACO truck. A call to ES
7-2980 or ES 7-2960 will obtain
prompt and courteous delivery
of TEXACO products.
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One of the newest manufacturing
plants in Frisco is GOULD NA-
TIONAL BATTERIES, lead division
Mr. J. F. Tunnell manages the
Frisco factory division which is
located on South Fifth Street on a
very scenic acerage. A pleasant
voice will answer when you dial
For all lathe work, gas, and
electric welding, and farm ma- t .
chinery repair go to BARNEY
I-IUTI-I FARMER'S SUPPLY. Mr.
Huth can be contacted at
ES 7-2675 fhomel and ES 7-2621.
When a time of sorrow comes to a
family certain details should not be
their concern. STALEY FUNERAL
HOME offers sincere, dignified, and
experienced funeral direction.
STALEY also has a 2.4-hour day and
night ambulance service.
Susie knew she could get fast
service and green stamps at
MEYER'S MOBILE STATION.
Many students at FHS stop here
to have cars lubricated, washed,
and flats changed.
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When looking for good food you
need not look any farther than
BARROW'S CAFE. Mr. Staton
proves this fact. Mama Bear,
as Mrs. Barrow is affectionately
called, offers a smile to everyone
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Debbie has a hard time deciding
what flavor icee to buy. She makes
the purchase at I-IENRY'S GROCERY
while her mother shops for the week's
groceries. Ice and gas can also be
purchased at HENRY'S GROCERY.
A call to ES 7-2900 will bring fast
delivery to your door.
Young people are Of course, studentl
always welcome at can always find a
CURTSINGER'S good selection of
DRUG STORE. school supplies at
Why not come in Curtsinger'S. It
and browse through has beena tradition
the gift department, at CURTSINGER'S
select a Gibson DRUG to be ac-
card, or choose commodating,
from a fine toiletry courteous and effi-
selection for both cient in providing
men and women. the Frisco area
with the finest serv
vice in drug needs.
CHESNEY BROTHERS IMPLEMENT ?
COMPANY is the best place to get 'Q M,
all your John Deere equipment. They 5,.,,24A - " . 3 l,5
service what they sell. Their two M 23 I, p2"11ks, . Q ,V of . fl- f
phones --ES 7-2465 and AD l-3864-- ,,.,,3- 6' J!--sg QQTQJ1'
fDallasJ make it easy to contact them. f In - " ' "ie G
The Frisco CO-OP has many services to offer
the people of Frisco in the fields of agriculture
and ranching. The "FARMER OWNED AND CON-
TROLLED" Association is rnanlaged by Bobby
.Toe Griffin. TEXO and TEX TAN are the quality
names Whose products are offered to you at the
FRISCO FARMER'S CO-OPERATIVE GIN AS-
SOCIATION. Call ES 7-2419.
Leslie Kuykendall checks a
tire on one of the many new
cars at the Ford House. Some
hub cap, eh Leslie?
Names like Falcons, Mustangs, Fairlanes, Gal-
axies and Thunderbirds might lead one to think
of a zoo or an observatory, but these are names
of the latest in the Ford lines found at FRISCO
MOTORS, INCORPORATED. The showroom is
located on Highway 289. Leslie Kuykendall and
Edd Christie assist at Frisco Motors after
Scott Cobb seems impressed with
this new Mustang as he gets in to
take a test ride. Mustangs are
very popular with the younger set
however, Ford makes a car for
each need. All above named cars
plus pick-ups and trucks can be
purchased at FRISCO MOTORS.
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HATS DRY GOODS SHOES SEED FEED EERTIEIZERS
Frisco, Texas Weston, Texas
ES 7-2331 DU 2-2445
Frisco ES 7-2462
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Squirrel Hobby Shop
CALL: MRS. RAY STERLING ES 7-2225 W '
MRS. BOB GRIFFIN ES 7-2520 .
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ES 7-2404 Frisco
GRAPEVINE FOOD LOCKERS is the place
to buy the best in meats of all kinds. The
owner is Robert Rockenbaugh and Ocie
. Vest is manager. It is located at 203 East
N W, Highway in Grapevine, Texas.
- When in need of meat, call BUlter 9-2737.
V GRAPEVINE FOOD LOCKERS is known
lockemr and freezer service. They cure the
I best hickory-smoked hams!
all over the state of Texas for its complete
STANDERFER 8: BOALS, GRO-
CERY 8: MARKET is the center
of much grocery buying. Ice,
feed, household necessities, and
a wide range of groceries can be
purchased here. STANDERFER Sr
BOALS serves as a cafeteria for
many students during the school
lunch hour. It looks as if Kay is
doing the weekly grocery buying
for the Stem family. This refrig-
erator is one of the new appliances
recently installed in STANDERFER
8: BOALS, For house deliveries,
call ES 7-2472.
Buy flowers for all occasions at Frisco
Florist. Mrs. Morris faffectionately
known as Sallyl is very adept at flower
arrangements of both fresh and artificial
flowers. FRISCO FLORIST is well known
in these parts for lovely arrangements
for weddings, parties, and other special
occasions. High school students especially
like the corsages she makes. Brenda Haun
and Betty Boykin are looking over the
display of flower arrangements at the
Frisco Florist. To place orders for flower
call ES 7-2697.
For better service, do your ginning
at H. C. RITCHEY GIN, Frisco,
Texas. The local gin is owned and
operated by H, C, Ritchey. George
Marion is manager and bookkeeper.
During bad weather this is a favorite
meeting place for local farmers.
Dial ES 7-2479 for Ritchey Gin.
COLLEEN'S BEAUTY SHOP offers
complete beauty service. This com
plete beauty service includes the
latest fashions in hair styling, wigs,
See a complete line of Oliver
tractors, equipment, and GMC
trucks at DANIEL IMPLEMENT
COMPANY. Here Ed Haun,
salesman, gives Joe Bledsoe
some helpful tips on how the
Oliver tractor operates. Mr.
Jim Daniel is the owner of the
firm which is located on East
Highway 720. For information
call ES 7-2731.
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and hair pieces, and manicures. ve? CoIIeen's
Colleen Calvert is the accommodating alum 6 5
owner and operator of the shop. For 1 Z S
appointments call ES 7-272.2
Denton Monument Works
NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
J, R. BLEDSOE, owner
Bus. Phone 387-2611
615 S. Locust St.
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"Where Quality and Beauty Count"
Stroope Honey, Inc.
Golden Kettle, Inc.
San Antonio, Texas
YoungbIood's Fine Foods
The AMERICAN CYANAMID FARM SUPPLY
COMPANY offers the farmers in the area an
assortment of agricultural products including
animal health supplies, anhydrous ammonia,
bulk and blend fertilizers, and assorted chem-
icals. Manager John W. Goldman, PlantSuper-
intendent D. C. Smotherman, and Felix offer
friendly service when you call ES 7-2126.
I-Iere is a view of the tall white towers that are well
known to Frisco people. They mark CONTINENTAL
GRAIN COMPANY. This grain storage company has
long been a friend to all Frisco people. The manager
is I-I, M. Eaton and P. B. Roberts serves as super-
intendent. This is also a good location to buy seed and
feed. Phone ES 7-2486.
Pipe-Line Contractor Inc.
J. W. CHRISTIE, Owner
MR. R. D. BOSWEZLL
Phone ES 7-2400
We have nothing to sell but Service and we have the
best equipment to serve You better!
101 employees strive to help serve you better.
ES 7 -2430
Tree and Shrub Spraying
In Frisco the place to buy fine fur-
niture and appliances is at HICKMAN'S
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE. This
is the oldest and best known furniture
store in town. Mrs. Mailene Hickman
is the proprietor. To reach Hickman' s
call ES 7-2405 in Frisco, Texas.
Here is a familiar view. This
is MARSHALIJS KOIN KAR
WASH. This is one of Frisco
students main hangouts and they
can also get their car bright and
shiny for their friends to send
them envious looks. At the car
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Wash there is also a vacuum
cleaner to get the inside clean
PAINTING AND DECORATING CONTRACTOR
"If it's Worth Painting, it's Worth doing Right"
Frisco, Texas 75034
Phone ES 7-2787
Area Code 214
JOE'S TAILOR SHOP on Main street
offers good, friendly service for
cleaning or altering clothes. Call
for JOE MCINTIRE at ES 7-2791
when your clothes need attention.
Mrs. Mclntire, better known as
Vera Louise, is Joe's assistant and
always has a friendly smile for
BILLY JOE CARROLL, masonry contractor, is the one
to see for brick laying and masonry work of all kinds.
MR. CARROLL is known all over this section of the
state for his fine skill in masonry work. Debbie and
Danny proudly sit on their frontporch which is a
display of his fine work. Call ES '7-2783 for service
or go by lll Hillside Drive.
FRISCO INSURANCE offers
complete insurance coverage.
Hazel Seely and Jack Scott
are the ones to see for insur-
ance, liability, casualty, and
bonds. Call ES 7-2451 for
needed information. See
ahead with FRISCO INSUR-
it 'ffl 0 For sand, dirt, and gravel, hauling and
leveling, contact ERNEST DUNFIELD.
Mr. Dunfield does an A-1 job. He guar-
antees all the materials to be of the best
quality. Mr. Dunfield has done work in
H all surrounding counties. Phone ES
7-2678 and talk to Ernest Dunfield about
hauling or leveling.
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Lumber 81 Hardware
,Napko Paints Jones Blair Paints
Builders Hardware Plumbing Supplies
ES 7-2985 Frisco, Texas
We would like to express our appreciation to
the merchants of Frisco and the surrounding area for
supporting the Schools by advertising in our year-
book. We also would like to thank Mr. Keller of
Suzanne Studios. .
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MRS. IORETTA HARRINGTON MRS. CAROLYN FAIRBAIRN
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MR. BERT ISBELL
MRS. DOROTHY FRY MRS. DONNA HARGROVE MRS. GLENDA WINKLEY
Second Grade Second Grade Second Grade
MRS. REBA CARROLL MR. JOHN INGRAM MRS. PERKINS
Teacher's aid Elementary Bands Remedial Reading
MRS. JESSE RIDDLE MRS. RACHEL WILLS MRS. JEROME MARONEY
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G. Gross, D. Hamilton, K.
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Cates A. Dishmon, B.
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Mrs. Dorothy Carroll Mrs. Marie Watkins
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