Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)
- Class of 1968
Page 1 of 186
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 186 of the 1968 volume:
SCHOOL PERSONNEL 6 - 19
M V ACKER ELEMENTARY 152-175
FHS SALUTES 54-65
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Coanjkzn is an annual publication of the Frisco
Public Schools of Frisco, Texas.
What is Frisco School? A school building is constructed
of steel, cement and brick strong and permanent. lt is de-
signed to accommodate an ever-changing flow of students.
It is the men, women, boys, and girls poured in and out all
day that give the building a soul, dreams, thoughts and
What is the fondest memory of the year 1968? Each
personality contributes to the whole of FHS' soul some-
thing known as school spirit. The COONSKIN STAFF has
tried to capture a collection of people and events, of dreams
and thoughts which have filled the school year and produced
a unique school spirit for 1967-1968.
When this book comes off the press the year will be
almost totally a memory. We hope the pages of this book
capture a happy memoir for you.
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You Know . . .
. . . THE MAN WHO CALLS the decisions as he
Do you know the man who is responsible for taking
the three elements which make up a school--faculty,
students, administration--and forms a good school by
leadership, conviction, courage, foresight, and deter-
Do you know the man who works closely with the
school board in formulating and carrying out Frisco
Do you know the man who carries the responsibility
for the successful operation of the entire school?
Do you know . . .
SMITHS ARE AVID COON FANS.
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. . the head teacher-executive in the Frisco
Junior High School?
... the tall man with the ready smile?
. .. the man who deals with the most
complicated and perplexing of prob-
lems? . . . the man who is firm in dis-
cipline and is at the helm of a smooth-
running high school, the man with the
awe-inspiring Coon spirit . . . the man
who finds no task too menial when it
contributes to the making of a good
school system, whether it is assigning
lockers, taking tickets or the more un-
pleasant things like asking the student
why he has been absent or tardy?
If you do not know him, let me pre-
sent to you
M 14 Weldon F. Corba!!
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. . . the man who speaks with kindness, who
teaches with inspiration and who disciplines
with firmness, fairness, and understanding?
. .. the man who is sincerely interested in
making Frisco Junior l-ligh School the best
of its kind.
. . . the man who keeps his school running
smoothly and shoulders his share of the
heavy teaching load?
You have already guessed who it is,
Mr. Ca! P. Wefteaf
MR. CHARLES PEARSON
. . , seven men of good repute who
W strive to offer a good educational pro-
f? gram for the Frisco School District?
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fi. serve to set policies, who have a sense
of proportion and humor, who are re-
sponsible to the citizenry for an excel-
lent educational system? Who does
Principals and teachers sell tickets at all athletic events, Here Mr,
Wester and Mr, Justus are on duty, not know I . I
MR. WOODROW ANTWILER MR. W. H. RASOR MR. CALVIN BLEDSOE
Vice President Secretary
DR, E, G. PINK MR, EARL YATES MR. W. S, Minter
Who Knows People
. . . who distinguish themselves in the service
of the Frisco Schools. Besides being dependable
and enthusiastic these people have a sincere de-
4 . ,Ag termination to make Frisco the top system and
the Coons the top students in the state. These
people are Coons extraordinary,
Mrs, Agatha Chandler Who knows the people , , ,
Secretary to the
Mrs. Sammy Vaughn
Secretary to the
Mrs, Vaughn handles correspondence, keeps books,
and is that pleasant voice you hear when you phone
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Mrs, Chandler keeps books on the lunchroom, records
the attendance. and does all dUP1iCaUn8- Mrs, Frances Stem Bus Driver Extraordinary
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What's for lunch today? Give me a big helping. These are familiar words
heard by Mrs. Haun from students Pink, Elliott, Smith, Carter, Sheppard and
Mr, R, L, Barrow
Head of Maintenance
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Mr, John Garza
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Mrs. Leo Haun
Mrs. Iris Hale
Mrs. Ruth Francis
Teetebem Unite T0 Guide Student
Solutions to math problems are graphi-
cally represented in the three math rooms
at hilltop. Borchardt, Gage, and Dotson
believe that math is an important tool for
later life and that it disciplines the mind
for our complicated lives today.
Students generally have a closer view,
Barry Duncan hands in a poster on sets, Mrs, Borchardt
had a hardutime selecting an A+ paper, but Barry won
MRS. RUTH BORCHARDT MRS. CYNTHIA GAGE
Related, Algebra I Advanced Math
Mr. Dotson instructs Mike Aaron and Tommy Waldsmith
in Junior High math problems,
John Harrington thinks Algebra equations
are complicated and Mrs, Gage explains
MR. DALE DOTSON
In Math and Sciemer
Science is an important part of every
student's life because of the technical
nature of business fields today. Science is
taught in all levels of schools and is be-
coming more and more important every
year. Frisco Science teachers are trying
to impress upon students the importance of
science in their future,
Mr. Mitchell is demonstrating to Gloria Richardson how
to light a bunson burner while Glen Bristow fills a beaker
Biology students, Judy Isbell and Debbie Wilson
listen intently to Ronald Freeman as he describes
his insect collection.
MR. STANLEY MITCHELL MR. CAL WESTER
High School Science Junior High Science
Mr, Wester instruct Maxie Duncan on the
use of the microscope.
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To produce responsible,
interested citizens is the
main goal ofthe Social
Studies department. Students
receive a basic background
in histories and government
and patriotism of our country.
MR. LLOYD NICHOLS
American History student Mike Wolf ex-
plains to Carolyn Wilson that Texas was
annexed in 1845.
MR. JAMES E. WADE
Early hall duty finds Mr, Wade hurrying
students to the first class. Nancy Scott and
Kay Pearson are reluctant to go,
Learning such far-away places as Laos, Viet
Nam, and India proves interesting to both
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Mr. Burr and student, Terry Coulter, Soda? Scigii
Communication I5 the Key to Inditfidzmlirm
MISS SHERRY NIXON MRS. JACKIE CARTER
English English, Spanish
Marcos y Maria estan aprendiendo las palabras "sombrero"
y "hombre" en espanol.
Using a map of English Literature, sen-
ior English students point out various
divisions of England during the medie-
val period. They learn that a different
dialect was spoken in each part of Eng-
Complexities of the English language
make it imperative for English students to
learn self discipline.
Communication is a two-way process
and many difficulties arise when people
are unable to send and receive ideas through
talking and writing. It is impossible to ex-
press and receive ideas in an acceptable
manner when the language is not understood.
Communication between individuals or even
nations is of utmost importance,
MRS. IANICE PINELLI
Junior High English
Mrs, Pinelli explains the sentence structure
tree to junior high student Nikki Bush.
Emphasis on Skilly, Aptitude and ,P61'fb7"77Zd7'lC6
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AgfiC'-llfufe HOIUCITISNDE on a dress while Mrs, Walters advises,
MR. CHARLES JUSTUS
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ec anica tawing
demonstrates elementary form,
When the student speaks only Spanish and the teacher uses
English, the natural result is a sign language. Mrs, Fisher
"signs" to Doris and Delia Reyes ffrom Nicaraguaj to use the
MRS- WILMA FISHER right thumb for the space bar.
Sims on Cultura! Appreciation
MR. BARRY WALTERS Band marches in homecoming parade at beginning of the season.
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books in the library, David Furgeson is hilltop's repre-
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Vice-President Gary Smothermon writes while Secretary-Treasurer Rosalyn Standerfer measures Reporter
Terry Cunningham for his cap and gown. President Scotty Cobb stands ready to give assistance,
Seniom Anxiozzsh Awaif Senimf ay
MISS SHERRY NIXON MR, LLOYD NICHOLS
Senior Sponsor Senior Sponsor .
Seniors Mitchell, Fisher, Pelt, Barnes, Harp, Nichols proudly eye their
newly received senior rings. It is a general consensus of the senior class
that Janie Pelt will long remember this day.
Serriory Look Forwara' Z0 Graaaafiorr
Antwiler, Vonnie Barnes, David Barrow, Mike Bledsoe, Liz
Bolin, David Brooks, Rosemarie Brown, Tommy Cannon, Albert
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Cobb, Scotty Cunningham, Terry Davis, Johnny Elliott, Charles
Fisher, Linda ' Harp, Lester Jones, Billy Miller, Barbara
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Fifth period finds Senior Cecilia Venable busy in the office where she
answers the telephone, takes up absentee slips, and runs errands.
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Manny Senior Rings
Ordering graduation announcements is a big event in the life of
Loft Yonif of HS I5 Exciting
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Nichols, Wanda Parsons, Jan Pearson, Linda Pelt, Janie
Pickering, Mike Rasor, Lura Beth Smith, Oscar Smothermon, Gary 25
Standerfer, Rosalyn Stem, Kay Towson, Judy Venable, Cecilia
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Vest, Freddy Watson, Tracy Wills, Danny Wills, David
Liz Bledsoe works as a teacher's aide sixth period.
She helps grade papers, type tests, and records
MRS, WILMA FISHER MRS. CINDY GAGE MR. STANLEY MITCHELL
anion Reach Goal on Magazine Salef ana' Cleaff 3486
for janiozf-Senior Banaael.
Vice President Joe Curtis hands Secretary -Treasurer Debbie Carroll a check for magazine sales, while Re-
porter Sue Calverly writes a review for the newspaper, lt looks as if President Benny Dixon is presiding.
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of the Junior who won the transis-
tor radio. Only those who sold 12
subscriptions were eligible. Debbie
Ford was the lucky winner,
union Plan Gala Banque!
Captain Kathy Jones and manager
Debbie Carroll worked hard keeping
records of the daily progress of the
Michael Davis looks
intent as he types
Femwf Clam Rings
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Class Sponsor Class Sponsor
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: qleft to rightj Suzanne Pink, Debbie Antwiler, Steve Covington, and Larry
Brazeal seem to be interested in a science experiment, We heard they were looking for a formula to blow
up the school, but never found it,
Exjmfzence H415 Pam' O ff
Paper wads and bedlam prevail when Mrs Carter
leaves English Il alone, which she seldom does
Wonder if she remembers when she was a sopho
more? Mason, Wester, Smithart Pink Brazeal
Sonntag and Carroll swore that those were not
paper wads Smrthart and B111 Boals show off the new lockers at
du Menil, Carol
Hale, Ocy Don
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zeal, and Calvert could be more vivacious. Maybe the score was
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Johnette Alexander receives an Edgar Award
from Janie Gonzales while Mrs, Carter looks
on, After Mr. and Mrs, Carter judged all
papers Jonette Alexander won best short
story in the sixth period and Sara Sonntag
in the second period. They were presented
with "Edgars" by the officiating MC during
the annual Edgar Presentation.
Mrs, Walters and Mr. Wade work hard on
plans for the Sophomore float.
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Class President Douglas Jones, Vice President Susie Harris, Secretary-
Treasurer Debra Stark, and Reporter Lucy Pearson follow Parliamentary
practice at all meetings,
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Pearson, Kay Pearson, and Judy Isbell seem en-
thused over something while they are supposed
to be taking achievement tests.
Nichols, Sue Ann
Beverly Barrow and Cathy Marshall congra
tulate Debbie Stark on winning Freshman
nominee for sweetheart.
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Harold Venable make up this Patriotic Pyramid. The
"America Love It or Leave lt" signs were passed
around school and these freshmen grabbed them up
to put on their cars and notebooks,
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is one that she teaches besides
Freshman students pay close atten-
tion so as not to miss a word that
is said, Everyone is striving for an
A, One book they are reading this
year is The Pearl.
Coach Burr, an eighth grade sponsor, gives the gir1's P. E.
class the 1968 Basketball schedule. The team has been
working hard in preparation for their games.
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short break between classes.
Smith, Charles Smith, Esther
Stroope, Deborah Templin, Kirk
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Waldsmith, Thomas Webb, Randy
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Robert Greenwood and Freddie Almond.
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locker one too many times.
Freddie Vest and Gerald Pelt are working
on a gun case as a project for woodshop.
Frisco High School salutes the students who were chosen
for honors bx various classes and orvanizations Fach
individual is chosen on the ha is of looks achievement
attitudes personality and all factors considered as
assets A favorite has gained this position with the
votes of the students in his class. Receiving any honor
is a privilege, a pleasure, and a responsibility. The
pleasant expression on the facc of cach individual in
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Tracy is a person of diverse interests
one of which is drawing. He lists as an
attainment a pencil etching which was
published in the National Beta Maga-
zine. Tracy is current President of
Student Council, a four-year member
of Beta Club, Co-Captain and all-dis-
trict Halfback of '67 football team. He
lettered in football three years, track
two years, and baseball one year.
To add to manifold achievements is
a three-year annual staff membership,
Junior Class Favorite, and a second
place regional award in poetry interpre
Liz says that her most memorable
event was the trip she made to Wash-
ington, D. C. She has been a business
manager of the annual staff for three
years and a member for four years. She
is reporter of this year's Beta Club of
which she has been a member for four
years. Liz 's interests include church
work, Y. W. C. A. 's and doing her best
in school work.
David is a member of the band and
participated in football his junior year.
l-le is also a member of the Jazz Band
and of the B.P. L. David's favorite
food is steak and potatoes and his in-
terests lie in drag cars, girls, and play-
ing the guitar. David 's ambition is to
be a brain surgeon! !
Rosalyn has a B plus average in her
school work, is captain of the basket-
ball team, vice-president of the
F. H.A. , and secretary ofthe Senior
class. Her most memorable event was
when her first baby brother was born.
Rosalyn plans to further her business
training when she graduates.
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Benny plans to enter college and be-
come a coach after graduation. He is
president of the Junior Class and a mem-
ber of the football, basketball, and
baseball teams. Benny was also hon-
ored as being all-district honorable
mention in 1966 and '67 all-district
Kathy is a member ofthe Beta Club
and Junior Class Favorite. She is also
one of our bouncing cheerleaders. She
says that being elected cheerleader was
one of the happiest moments in her life
Kathy enjoys riding horses and is giving
thought to entering a business college.
Laurie has been attending Frisco
Schools for six years. She has a grade
average of B. She is a member of the
Blue Jackets, the F. I-l.A., and Presi-
dent of 4-H Club. She says that her
most memorable event was walking out
on the football field after becoming a
member of the Blue Jackets.
Danny has lettered in football two
years and plays center field on the base-
ball team. He attends the Baptist
Church regularly and enjoys hunting,
fishing, and football. Danny lists en-
tering school for the first time as his
most memorable event and plans to
join the army upon graduation.
Kay Pea more
Kay's school activities are band and
basketball. She has lived in Frisco her
entire life and lists her most memorable
events as her vocations. Kay 's interests
are the band, sports, swimming, and
Paul is greenhand President of the
F. F.A. and participated in Junior High
football, basketball, and baseball. His
interests are sports and motorcycle rid-
ing. Pau1's most memorable event was
when he tried to jump on the side ofa
corntrailer and fell under the back
Donna is a very able guard on the
Jr. lligh basketball team. She makes
A's and B's in her school work and lists
motorcycles and basketball as her inter
ests. Donna's most memorable event
was the time she went to the ocean.
She plans to become a nurse.
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Paul enjoys sports and participates in
football, basketball, track, and base-
ball. Paul has lived in Frisco his entire
Making touchdowns in football are
his most memorable events. He plans
to enter college and study engineering.
Sue has a good B average. Her in-
terests include cooking, riding horses,
and basketball. She loved the first day
of junior high despite the fact that she
was on crutches, She has lived in
Frisco for nine years.
Seventh Gmeie Favorites
Tim enjoys school and participates
in football, at which he plays end posi-
tion. He was born on March 10, 1955
in McKinney, Texas. His main inter-
est is ranching. Tim's future plans in-
clude college .
Freddie, being a senior
this year, lists his interest
as graduating. Freddie has
lived in Frisco all his life.
This year Freddie is a rep-
resentative to the Student
Council, Co-captain of
the football team, and a
member of the basketball
and baseball teams.
Freddie's future plans are
to attend college and play
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Laurie is a junior. She
is President of the band,
Treasurer of the Student
of the Beta Club, and a
member of the Annual
Staff. In addition to -this
she was Captain of the
basketball team this year.
Laurie lists her interests
as food, basketball, and
athletics. Upon gradua-
tion, she plans to attend
Texas A 84 M and become
14 and Min FHS
Bill is interested in
sport cars and girls. He
has lettered in football
two years and has been
a member of the track
team for three. Bill says
that his most memorable
day was when he went to
Pike's Peak and nearly
fell off. After graduation,
he plans to attend college.
Alice is a cheerleader
plays basketball, is a
member of the Beta Club
and is corresponding sec-
retary of the F.H.A.
She was also honored as
being this year's F.F.A.
Sweetheart. Alice en-
joys teaching Sunday
School at the Church of
Christ. She plans to
attend beauty college
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formed to Give sludcnn oi similar
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Junior High Cheerleaders: Cece Stone, Deb Junior
Stroope, Dianne Redmon, Deb King,
and Blue jackets
MRS SANDRA WALTERS
Blue Jacket Sponsor
MR BARRY WALTERS
JAN PARSONS ' Captain
SHERRY PARSONS - Officer
TERRY PROVINCE - Officer
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their entries in the livestock competition.
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OFFICERS: Charles Elliott, Student Advisorg Joe Curtis, Sentinelg Ricky Hodges, Secretaryg Scotty Cobb, Presidentg
Freddy Vest, Vice Presidentg Joe Bledsoe, Treasurerg Scotty Mays, Reporter.
BACK ROW: Ronald Canfield, Bobby Hazlewood, Danny Crowder, Lonnie Murphy, Tommy Williams, Terry Smith,
Mike Flanagan, Andy Mayes, Leslie Kerkendall. THIRD ROW: Gary Nichols, Tommy Nichols, Doug Jones, Tommy
Turner, Mark Elliott, Tony Brazeal, James Hampton, Larry Greene, Mike Dickens, Albert Cannon, Mike Davis,
Paul Vest. SECOND ROW: Steven Burman, Harold Venable, Johnnie Smith, Glen Bristow, Frank Pannell, David
Brooks, Jerry Haun, Robert Greenwood, Gerald Pelt, Larry Brazeal, Randy Wade, Mike Snider. FIRST ROW: Charles
Elliott, Scotty Mays, Joe Bledsoe, Sweetheart - Alice Davidson, Freddy Vest, Joe Curtis, Ricky Hodges, Mr.
Charles Elliott and Joe Bledsoe prepare Joe Bledsoe and Bobby Crawford lead their entries into the arena.
the F-.F.A. concession before a basket-
Fzzlmfe Homemakem 0 America
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1967-68 OFFICERS, left to right - Debbie Carroll - Pianist, Nancy Scott - Song Leader, Debbie Harrington - 2nd
Vice-president, Rosemarie Brooks - President, Rosalyn Standerfer - lst Vice-president, Alice Davidson - Recording
Secretary, Kathy Jones - Treasurer, Sue Calverley - Corresponding Secretary, Janie Pelt - Reporter.
Rosemarie Brooks, President, presented Bill Beverly Barrow and Donna Simms talk to Mrs.
Mitchell, Beau, with ID bracelet at The Walters about the success of the Harvest Dinner.
74 Harvest Dinner.
Home Ec. girls made a variety of beautiful Christmas
Mrs. Sandra Walters decorations to brighten the holiday season.
FHA Beau, Bill Mitchell, seems to attract beautiful girls.
FRONT ROW: Rhonda Corbell, Laurie Painter, Jeannie Jones, Janie Gonzalez, Pat Mason, Beverly Barrow, Jackie
Jones, Deborah Fisher. SECOND ROW: Sherry Parsons, Kathy Jones, Debbie Carroll, Janie Pelt, Alice Davidson,
Rosalyn Standerfer, Bill Mitchell fBeauj, Rosemarie Brooks, Debbie Harrington, Nancy Scott, Sue Calverley, Donna
Sims, Barbara Stone, Mrs. Walters. THIRD ROW: Brenda Haun, Marsha Storey, Melody Johnson, Linda Hazelwood,
Jan Parsons, Vonnie Antwiller, .Ruthie Hallmark, Vicki Hester, Judy Towson, Linda Fisher, Oleta Townson, Debbie
Ford. FOURTH ROW: Glenda Fraze, Terry Province, Willa Daniels, Carolyn Skidmore, Lou Anne Tadlock, Lohrey
House, Kathy Antwiler, Johnette Alexander, Alice Tunnel, Sue Nichols, Shirley Davis, Julie Osburn, Sharon
Flanagan, Diane Calvert. BACK ROW: Glenda Chancelor, Debbie Antwiler, Cheryl Shewmake, Diana Pratt,
Nancy Wilson, Judy Webb, Carol DuMenil, Linda Garza, Jan Watkins, Elaine Calvert, Gayle James, Anne Seely.
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The National Beta Club is an honor society for high 'A "
school students. Each year the members attend a state-wide
convention. Funds for this convention were raised by spon-
soring a powder-puff football gaine.
MRS. RUTH BORCI-IARDT
FRONT ROW: Reporter, Liz Bledsoe, Vice President, Barbara Miller, President, Randy Yates, Sgt. at Arms,
Laurie Pearson, Treasurer, Nancy Scott, Secretary, Linda Pearson. SECOND ROW: Wanda Nichols, Rhonda
Corbell, Sara Sonntag, Debbie Harrington, Suzy Pink, Lu Rasor, Kathy Jones, Lohrey House, Vonnie Ant-
wiler. THIRD ROW: Mary Liscano, Cecelia Venable, Kay Stem, Bobby Johnson, Alice Davidson, Bill
Boals, Tracy Watson, Garland Stroope, Kenneth Barton, Joe Bledsoe.
Tracy Watson, Suzy Pink, and Liz Bledsoe, Bobby Johnson, Alice Davidson, Lura Beth
eHj0y the party which WHS hOSI6d by L0h1'6y Rasor discuss possible money-making proj-
House. ects. '
On the weekend of February 2
and 3, the Frisco Beta Club attended
the state convention at the Baker
Hotel in Dallas. Mrs. Bordhardt
and Mrs. Barton were the sponsors.
Eighteen members attended.
During time off from meetings
Vonnie and Wanda have a pillow
fight, Rhonda reads the paper,
Sara rolls her hair, and Barbara
Tracy Watson, Joe Bledsoe, and Kenneth Barton Liz Bledsoe adorns Linda Pearson's hair. Laurie
are engrossed in a game of checkers. Pearson wonders about the contents of the
Cecilia Venable, Wanda Nichols, Barbara Miller, Sara Sonntag Votes for the candidate of her choice while
and Vonnie Antwiler propose a toast to meals in Joe, Mary Helen, and Rhonda wait their turns. Mrs.
their rooms at the convention. Barton, a sponsor for the weekend, counts the votes.
Mrs. Wilma Fisher
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Liz Bledsoe 4 yrs. - Activities,
Proofreader and Business
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Debbie Harrington 3 yrs. -
Organization Editor, Division
Pages and Business Manager
Anne Seeley is Working hard Sometimes finding the proper cap
, h tion becomes a community proj-
to hand her Pages ln OH Uma- ect--Suzzane Pink, Bill Boals,
and Rhonda Corbell.
Tracy Watson 3 yrs. - S6f1iOfS. Linda Pearson 4 yrs. - Activi-
Favorites of High School and
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Editor, Division Pages
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Gary Barnes 2 yrs. - Activi-
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Anne Seely 1 yr. - Jr. Class,
Rhonda Corbell 2 yrs. - 5th
Grade, Grade Teachers
As shipment date nears Mrs. Fisher, Gary B. and Nancy S.
iind it necessary to roll up their sleeves and put their heads
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Nancy Scott 2 yrs. - 3rd
Grade, Sophomore and Busi-
Susie Pink 2 yrs. - 2nd Grade,
6th Grade and Business Manager
Susie Harris - 1 yr. - Sth
Mr. Dub Fielden
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taryg Laurie Pearson, Treasurer,
Randy Yates, Vice President, and
Tracy Watson, President.
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Laurie Pearson. MIDDLE: Lohrey House, Judy Isbell. BACK ROW: Randy Yates and Mr. Corbell
Steve Covington, Garland Stroope, Randy Yates, Freddie Almon, discuss plans for the student
80 Harold Venable, and Tracy Watson. V council projects.
Many Awomplifhmens 0 Bmw'-Aid Club
PRESIDENT: Bill Wilson
VICE PRESIDENT: Mrs. Gene Nichols
SECRETARY: Mrs. Homer Boals
TREASURER: Billy King
Band-aid member Mrs. Marshall takes money
from Bill Boals for fruitcakes. The Band-aid
members take active part in the band's activities.
This tympani drum is one of the many instru-
ments the Band-aid club has bought. Libby
Pearson prepares to play it at the winter
Band members take special care with the instruments
bought by the band-aid club. Melinda, Debbie,
and Cecilia assemble an instrument.
Supervised by the Band-aid club, the band sold
candy and fruitcakes to buy these uniforms displayed
by Libby, Debbie and Nancy.
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participants. The players themselves spend count-
less tiring hours coordinating their talents playing
as a team on game nights so that the student body
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vacant. There is always some student trying to -
prove or improve his strength. The athletic de-
sports in which they may participate. Spectator
sports such as football and basketball contribute
greatly to school spirit. The 1967-68 coaching A
team at Frisco Hivh School is pictured. From left J
to right are Lloyd Nichols James Wade Jim Burr as
and Dale Dotson. The coach of each major sport W
is assisted by the other coaches durino his season.
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Quarterback End Tackle Fullback Tailback
Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain
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Left to Rightg BOTTOM ROW: B. Duncan, L. Green, S. Mays, S. Covington, M. Redmon, M. Fisher, L. Kuyken
dall, G. Stroope, K. Barron, T. Nichols. SECOND ROW: B. Jones, O. Smith, M. Barrow, T. Watson, B. Dixon,
F. Almon, T. Cunningham, J. Curtis, G. Nichols. THIRD ROW: T. Turner, D. Francis, B. Johnson, A. Mays,
R. Yarbrough, J. Harrington, D. Bolin, T. Morale. FOURTH ROW: M. Snider, D. Hazlewood, R. Yates, T.
Brown, G. Smothermon, B. Mitchell, S. Wester. TOP ROW: Gary Barnes, Coach Nichols, Coach Dotson, Coach
Wade, Coach Burr.
Terry Cunningham U81 downs a receiver in
the Allen game. Senior Billy Jones f26j is
coming in to make sure of the tackle.
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Our two football managers this year were Gary Barnes and
Steve. They both did an outstanding job for the team.
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Michael Fisher, 1231, Roy Yarbrough, 1535, and c 7
Larry Green, 1635, all head downfield to take
care of individual tackles.
Bobby Johnson 1165, Mike Snider 188j, Gary Nichols 1750, Joe
Curtis 1625, Les Kuykendall 1851, Andy Mays, Coach Wade, and
Coach Nichols are giving their support to the boys on the field.
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ALL-DISTRICT FIRST TEAM
Terry Cunningham End
Randy Yates End
Benny Dixon Guard
Gary Smothermon Tackle
Tracy Watson Tailback
Billy ,Tones Fullback
Freddie Almon Quarterback
ALL-DIS TRICT HONORABLE MEN TION
Roy Yarbrough Center
Joe Curtis Tackle
Tommy Brown Guard
Bill Mitchell Tackle
ALL- STATE FIRST TEAM
Billy Jones Fullback
Fmt Team All- i5l'7fiClL
Joe Curtis 1623 makes a key block which
lets Oscar Smith q21j make good yardage.
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Watkins. They were both a great help to the team Guard
and Coach Dotson.
ELAINE CALVERT DEBBIE CARROLL GLENDA CHANCELLOR WILLA DANIELS
Guard Forward Forward Forward
ALICE DAVIDSON BELINDA DAVIDSON DEBORAH FISHER LINDA FISHER
Guard Forward Guard , Captain
BRENDA HAUN LINDA HAZELWOOD VICKI HESTER
Guard Guard Guard
MELODY JOHNSON IEANNIE JONES BARBARA MILLER
Guard Forward Forward, Captain
SUE NICHOLS JAN PARSONS SHERRI PARSONS KAY PEARSON
Guard Forward Guard Guard
LAURIE PEARSON LINDA PEARSON LUCY PEARSON JANIE PELT
Forward, Captain Guard Forward Forward
TERRY PROVINCE SONDRA ROLATER DONNA SIMMS ROSALYN STANDEFER CECELIA VENABLE
Guard Forward Forward Guard, Captain Forward
Boyy' Baykefball Team
Has Many Vicfmfief
FREDDIE ALMON - Senior SCOTTY COBB - Senior
Senior GARY SMOTHERMON - Senior RANDY Y
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JOHNNY DAVIS - Senior BENNY DIXON - Junior BOBBY JOHNSON - Junior
BILLY JONES - Senior SCOTTY MAYS - Junior PAUL VEST - Freshman
BARRY DUNCAN'- DAVID FERGUSON - MICHAEL FISHER
Freshman Soph. Junior
MIKE FLANAGAN - DANNY HAZELWOOD " LES KUYKENDALL
Junior Soph. Junior
DAVID MINTER - MARK REDMON - DAVID WILLS -
Freshman Junior Senior
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ROW: M. Fisher, B. Dixon, R. Yates, M. Redmon, G. Nichols, K. Barton. BOTTOM ROW: D. Francis, M.
Howell, H. Kimberlin, R. Wade, M. Robb.
New Uni mfmr fir Spring Sjiom
TOP ROW: R. Yates, T. Watson, M. Redmon, R. Yarbrough, M. Robb, B. Dixon, K. Barton
D. wins. BOTTOM ROW: R. wade, H. Kimberlin, G. Nichols, M. Howell.
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O. Smith, R. Hodges, L. Harp, B. Dixon, L. Kuykendall, M. Robb, R. Yarbrough, Coach Wade BOTTOM ROW
D. Jones, B. Duncan, J. Smith, L. Green, G. Bristow, R. Freeman, S. Covington, G. Barnes.
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TOP ROW: B. Dixon,
F. Vest, S. Covington,
B. Mitchell, B. Jones.
FRONT ROW: L. Green,
R, Hodges, G. Bristow,
B. Duncan, J. Smith,
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TOP ROW: H. Kimberlin, L. Harp, R. Yarbrough, T. Cunningham, F. Vest, S. Wester. BOTTOM ROW: M, Robb
R. Hodges, D. Jones, L. Kuykendall, B. Jones, B. Dixon.
Coach Burr instructs Bubba Byrd to eat a light meal Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets in history room.
before the game, Yates, Mays, Cunningham, Dixon, Smothermon, and
Coach attend meeting. I
Fmco School I5 Honored B
All Stare Linebacker
BILLY "CHUCK" JONES
All-District 3 years
All Area Hon. Men
All State One Year
CAPTAINS AT F, H, S,
BASKETBALL FOOTBALL BASEB
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BOTTOM ROW: B. Pena, R. Liscano, L. Sonntag, C. Ortega, M. Duncan, J. Byrd, V. Harrington, R. Barton, T.
Griffin, M. Sapp. MIDDLE ROW: S. Fields, R. Wade, G. Calvert, R. Davis, R. Haun, J. Hazelwood, C. Vaughn,
C. Pelt, V. Cannon. TOP ROW: Coach Burr, T. Waldsmith, R. Minter, J. Yates, M. Barnes, B. Gonzales, M.
Aaron, L. Ruiz, S. Bacchus, C. Cobb, R. Webb, P. Johnson, R. Hallmark, T. Cross.
TOP ROW: Coach Burr, J. Pink, F. Williams, T. Duncan, K. Burman, D. King, S. Roberts, D. Sheppard, T.
Coulter, M. Mays. BOTTOM ROW: C. Pearson, C. Stone, J. Coulter, B. Carter, D. Stroope, M. Tumer, D.
Redrnon, D. Bell.
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TOP ROW: R. Hallmark, T. Cross, P. Johnson, S. Bacchus, J. Yates, C. Cobb, Coach Burr. BOTTOM ROW: C.
Pelt, R. Webb, R. Wade, R. Barton, R. Minter.
On Fridays the Ir. High P.E. Girls had a playday. Others took advantage of the time, to do a little
Above, Lynn Isbell, Donna Mumme and Barbara studying. Cindy Byrd, Susie Roberts, Lou Brazeal,
delvlenil play basketball. Debbie Bell, and Lori Province do this.
School life involves our learning our spirit
and our leisure. Seasoned with a conglomera-
tion of ingredlents---academics sports, pep
rallies and club meetings with friends---
would-be dull routine year is miraculously
transformed into an action-packed thirty-six
weeks Each day the halls ring with hellos
class to class When the bell signals the
finale to another day, some students rush to gjy
jobsg some go homey some work on the year- ,
bookg and others have band football basket-
ball or baseball practice
and laughter of students as they scuffle from
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At the first football game this year Frisco fans
purchased booster pillows from Lions Waldsmith
'06 and Fielden.
The 1967-68 School year has brought to
Frisco High School a great deal of new
things. This year the band did very well in
its UIL marching contests, and our partici-
pation in sports has brought the school much
honor and pride. With pleasure we would
like to present a short summation of the
year in the following activities section
Biology classes each year make flower ar-
rangements for the Flower show. Kenneth
Barton finds a blue ribbon on one of his ar-
Alice Davidson, Judy Towson, Kathy Jones, and Jan Par-
sons tried out for cheerleader. They were nervous and
Mike Pickering, Mitchell Luna, David Barnes, and Ricky
Pickering are the Undertakers who display their newly
Garden Club judges decide what ribbon to give one
particular arrangement displayed in the Biology
Susy Harris, Suzanne Pink, and Sara
Sontag wait for their turn to try out for
Scotty Cobb displays the shorthorn bull
he plans to show this spring.
Nancy Scott and niece, Gina, help Mr. Corbell
ready the bulletin board to announce registra-
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First Place float award went to the Sweetheart Float, Sweetheart Debbie Car- coming Festivities,
roll and nominees, Linda Pearson, Sherry Parsons, and Debby Stark also ride
Homecoming at Frisco High School has become a
yearly event to which all Frisco students, exes and
parents look forward. This year the Sweetheart float
deservingly captured the first place prize. Acker Ele-
mentary won second place with it's eight foot apple,
Third place went to the 7th grader's football and its V- ,
"Year of The Coons. " This year the Barbeque was
held at the High School and the Frisco Coons defeated
Allen 45 to 14. This '67 homecoming game was one
of the greatest ever. Next year promises to be better.
Freshmen say, "go-go" Coons. Dancers are, Alison Nichols, Phyllis
Thompson, and Annette Fielden.
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Miss Flame of Little Elm is Miss Linda
Green. Also riding is Miss Carolin
Wilson, runner up.
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as a theme for their float which won for
them the Honorable Mention Prize,
Eighth graders float promised to Cage the
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ficials are from left to right, Mr. Bill Cates, Mr, Jimmy Vaughn,
Mrs. J. H. Standerfer, Mr, Bob Griffin, Sonny Mc Spadden.
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Southern Belles, Debby Ford and Sue
Calverly adorne the Junior Class Float,
"Belles to Victory. "
Debby Harrington and Gary Barnes work
hard on the Junior Float,
The Senior Class Float carried it's
motto, "Not Finished Just Begun," and
an orchid, the class flower. Liz Bled-
soe represented the graduating Senior
and Denise Barnes represents the 1968
seniors in the first grade.
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Tracy Watson enjoys himself at the Annual Staff
Banquet. Was it good Tracy?
Debby Harrington, Kay Stem, and Liz Bledsoe
are startled to find out that they get to pay the
The staff toured Taylor Publishing Company last
Spring. Here is a view of one of several libraries
in which current volumes of Taylor annuals are
Bill B, Suzy Pink, Nancy S, and Tracy W. look
at one of the many school annuals in the library.
What ever it is on that page, it's sure holding
all four's attention pretty well.
Bill Boals and Gary Barnes like this annual.
Nancy Scott doesn't know for sure,
D C. Smothermon chairman of the fund, congratulates
In appreciation to coach Nichols and the
other members of the coaching staff, the
Coon fans of Frisco formed a fund and
presented Head Coach Nichols with a color
television, and each of the other coaches
with 3100. Each coach was also presented
with a gold plaque.
Coach Nichols was also presented with the
Bi-District game ball.
Coach Nichols expresses his thanks to
the many people who contributed to
the fund and made this affair possible.
Miss Nixon decorated a bulletin board each
Friday to boost spirit.
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Janice Watkins, Debbie Carroll, Mike
Dickens, and Scotty Mays display a sign
proclaiming Frisco district 15-A Champions.
Roy Yarbrough rs making a speech at one
of the specral pep-rallies held downtown
At lunch before the Bi-District game the
cheerleaders helped boost spirrt
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mire the Santa Claus on the Geometry room
door. Mrs. Gage used a Santa Claus theme
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Donna Simms, Joy Morris, and Peggy Tunnel discuss the
decorations they made for home economics class.
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Many colorful decorations were seen throughout
the halls of F. H. S,
Jeannie Jones places some food under thc tree in
the lunch room. The food was brought by all
the students to help the needy families of Frisco.
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room door. The colorful tissue sheets gave a
stained glass window effect.
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Mike Barrow, and Pete Chancellor display the
gifts they received at the Christmas party held
by the Spanish class.
Kenneth Barton and Mike Morale donate canned goods
to the needy families of Frisco.
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trouble with Band fruit cakes. made in Typing 1.
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and Lura Beth Rasor are with it in the bright
Clothing fashions are always topics of inter-
est to FHSers. This year's new apparel is ex-
ceptionally eye-catching. Even black and
white can be raucous. The plaid combines
two or three distinctly bright colors. Color
combinations like fuscia and bright yellow are
known as tuff. Mini dress, the window-pane
or fish-net hose in brilliant contrast or blended
with a costume are IN.
Frosted hair, the extremely short cut or the
straight long tresses, whether real or fall, are
the fling for the '68 fashion-conscious FHSer.
The dashing young man of FHS may be seen
in bright, bright shirt with socks to match,
slender trousers, topped with conventional,
surfer, or Prince Charles hair cut.
68 Smdenly Fashion
Nancy Scott finds an array of the contemporary purse.
The conventional lunch kit is very popular while leather
bags are mini sized and often topped with chain handles
which may adapt to shoulder length.
Gentlemen get into the fashion fling. Carroll Alexander
wears a mod hair cut while Lester Harp prefers the surfer
trim. Johnny Smith chooses a conventional shape.
The 'El augments Sally's rig.
The fall is a boon to girls who wear a short
hairdo, but wish to vary the appearance.
Sally Carter prepares to don a fall for a
day at FHS.
Shoes take on a varied appearance. The
loafer, the laced, or buckled shoe is the
popular trend. Contrasts in leather as well
as color lend a festive look to the height
of foot fashion. Fishnet, regular, and
window-pane hose in blending or contrast-
ing color enhance the costume.
Original designs painted on legs with water
or tempera paint were worn by some of the
more artistic students such as Jackie Jones
and Peggy Tunnell.
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Mike Robb, Freddy Almon and Tommy Morale discuss It really is NOT a display of strength. Barbara Mil
contemporary dress for the young man. ler and Linda Pearson flaunt the mod watch.
Janie Pelt's short frosted hairdo complements her coloring. Debbie Stark prefers the short cut with soft bangs.
Vickie Hester and Vonnie Antwiler reflect that long IISSSQS take more laundering. Eye-length bangs are almost
a must in mod hair fashion.
The Moa! Look
Excitement ran high when Alice David-
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Harris and Pink enjoy them after school hours.
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mire a mini purse. Their dresses reflect the mod trend in material
Vicki Hester and Mary Helen Liscano can't
seem to find a synonym for the window-
pane hose they are wearing. IZ'
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Mrs. Fisher points to the pretty pattern on
the new wallpaper in the gir1's improved
restroom. Mrs. Fisher did quite a bit of
work on it.
Alice Tunnell, Dianne Calvert, and Peggy
Tunnell make use of the new mirrors.
Smile , girls!
At right, Mr. Barrow and Mr. Garza
hang the set of bright, new curtains
in the girl's restroom. This was another
of Mrs. Fisher's projects. Mrs. Walters
and homemaking girls supported the
Lohrey House gently stuffs Susie Harris into one
of the new lockers.
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in the Chemistry Lab to Anne Seely and Nancy
Ricky Hodges is shown here in the new wood
shop building preparing his project which
appears to be a cutting board.
Band Director, Barry Walters, proudly shows
the Band's newest instrumentsg the tuba and
Above, Rhonda Corbell plays the unusual Temple
Blocks. They are considered a part ofthe per-
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Bill Mitchell, Alice Davidson, and David
Pat Mason shows disapproval as Sherry Parsons, Debbie
Carroll, and other members of American History look on.
Bolin listen studiously Q'?J to Mr. Mitchell
in lst period Chemistry
Mrs. Gage lends a helping hand to This Algebra II Class looks very energetic while
Cecilia Venable and not-so-interested working some of Mrs. Gage's problems.
Gary Smotherman in Advanced Math
Below: Freddie Almon, Laurie Pearson, and Barbara Miller
make use of their extra period by studying extension courses.
Below: And this, Coach Wade explains,
is the reason you should clean the windows
Gentle persuasion for Teddie Carroll, and
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"This", Tracy Watson explains,
"is what is commonly known as a
baseball." Bobby Johnson doesn't
seem very interested, as he with-
draws into his sweatshirt. We
always knew he was an introvert.
Benny Dixon isn't comprehending
very much because someone didn't
pay much attention when throwing
a baseball. Coach Burr is wonder-
ing what Bill Mitchell is doing
there, because he doesn't even go
out for baseball, and Bill is just
The first period English III class concentrates--
Would you believe they TRY to concentrate on
something Miss Nixon is telling them. They
don't seem to be succeeding very well.
This is an agriculture class. lt is taught by Mr.
Fielden. Ag. Classes are a lot of fun. Well, some
say they are a lot of fun. MR. FIELDEN says they
are a lot of fun, and highly educational too. We
Debbie Hughs is very upset. She has just found out
that she made 40 words with 39 mistakes on the
speed drill she just took. Debbie contemplates
throwing herself into Lake Dallas. We are all
Very happy that she decided against it.
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responsibility of selling ads to the businessmen
Selling ads helps in financing the yearbook. The
training that the bufinessmen Give is good ex-
L perience for the staff members and aids them in
choice of business and future employment.
aid to the buyer. Each business manager has a
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Names like Falcons, Mustangs,
Fairlanes, Galaxies, and Thun-
derbirds are names of the latest
in the Ford lines found at E-D
PETERS FORD. The showroom
is located on Highway 289. - Call
ES 7-2762 or go by and see Ed
Peters for a good deal on a car.
See a complete line of Oliver
tractors, equipment, and CMC
trucks at DANIEL IMPLEMENT
COMPANY. Mr. Jim Daniel is
the owner of the firm which is
located on East Highway 720.
He is always anxious to be of
service to you. For information
call ES 7-2731.
Salesman, Charles J. Kam, is
always ready to give helpful tips
on the latest Ford models. Here
he is giving instructions to me-
chanic, Hack Vest.
When you need complete insur-
ance coverage and want to buy
or sell property, call STARK-
HANSEL INASURLANCE AND
REALTL Open the door and
you will always be greeted with
a warm, friendly smile. Price
Stark and Taylor Hansel, the
men who wear the friendly
smiles, are eager to serve new
customers as well as old friends
Go by 501 Main Street or call
FRISCO BEAUTY SALON
Owner: MRS. THELMA SMITH
For excellent beauty care, call
FRISCO BEAUTY SALON, ES 7-2760.
The operators, Pam Johnson, Rilda
Jackson, and Mrs. Wanda Johnson
give complete beauty service' from
the latest hair styles to manicures. .
For all your GULF needs, con-
tact Kenneth Phillips by calling
ES 7-2467, or by going by the GULF
AGENCY. When you want that
extra friendly service, use GOOD
"EXTRA KICK GULF
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velle watches, Speidel Twist-o-Flex
watch bands, British Sterling Toiletries for
men, Frankoma Pottery, and watch and
jewelry repair may be found at GRANTS
Owner: MRS. J. C. QSuej GRANT
Tel.: ES 7-2988
"The latest in pierced earrings"
Custom lillalje Drapes
SQUIRREL HOBBY SHOP
can: MRS. RAY STERLING ES 7-2225 N 4-. A
can: MRS. I3oB GRIFFIN ES 7-2520
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CYANAMID FARM SUPPLY
The Cyanamid Farm Supply Company offers thesfarmers in
the area an assortment of agricultural products, including animal
health supplies, anhydrous ammonia, bag, bulk, and blind fertil-
izers, and assorted chemicals.
Manager: JOHN GOLDMAN
Bookkeeper: MRS. JOHN GOLDMAN
D. C. SMOTHERMAN
CYANAMID SERVES THE MAN WHO MAKES A BUSINESS OF
Phone, ES 7-2126
When you need gas or Want a snack Cas
Laurie Pearson doesj, go by TOMMY'S
GROCERY AND MARKET. Located on
highway 121 and one-half mile east of
highWay'289, ToMMY's GROCERY AND
MARKET is a favorite visiting place for
many of its customers. The telephone
number of TOMMY'S GROCERY AND
MARKET is ES 7-2232.
For better service do your ginning at H. C.
RITCHEY GIN, located at ZOO Main Street in
Frisco. The local gin is owned and operated by
H. C. Ritchey and the bookkeeper is George :
Marion. The phone number of H. C. RITCHEY
GIN is ES 7-2479.
Manager: MALCOUM WILSON
Phone: ES 7-2694
Stroope Honey, Inc.
Golden Kettle, Inc.
San Antonio, Texas
YoungbIood's Fine Foods
TEMPLIN'S BODY SHOP, does expert
painting and repairs on all dome st1c
and foreign cars with unitized bOd1GS
Waco, Texas Templin's is located on Main Street
Call ES 7-2101.
"SAFE AND SOUND SINCE l903" assures
safe and sound service for'your banking
needs. President Ralph Boyer welcomes
thrifty depositors from everywhere. Your
money is in good hands with the PROSPER
STATE BANK Prosper, Texas.
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Early American Exclusively
Gift Items Featurlng
"What Nots" Tell Clty
Brass Placques Ethan Allan
Lamps and Pictures Bassett
MR. OR MRS. V. C. SPRADLEY
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restaurant, is owned by Mr. and Mrs.
When looking for delicious, authentic
Mexican food, look no farther than
TACO VILLAGE located on Main Street,
I -I Frisco, Texas.
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Frisco, Texas 75034
Phone ES 7-2661
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THOMAS' GROCERY is owned and run
by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas. When
in need of fishing, hunting, or boating
supplies stop by and see them. THOMAS'
GROCERY also carries Mobil products.
Located on I-Iiway 720 Five miles west
Phone: ES 7-2628
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
FRISCO INSURANCE AGENCY
For Information Call ES 7-2451
Corsages, Weddings, Arrangements
Phone: ES 7-2 697
Rosalyn Standerfer picks out just
the right dress for school. At
VILLAGE FASHIONS there is a
large selection of clothing ranging
from something sporty to a very
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beauty service. Mrs. Pokey Redrnon
Qpicturedj and Mrs. Sarah Whitsell,
operator, furnish the latest fashions in
hair styles, wigs, and hair pieces. For
appointments call ES 7-2422.
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Phone ES 7-2412
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PIPE-LINE CONTRACTOR INC.
J. W. CHRISTIE, Owner Bookkeeper, MR. R. D. BOSWELL
Assistant Bookkeeper, PAT STANDERFER
Phone ES 7 -2400
We have nothing to sell but service and We have the best
equipment to serve You better!
lOl employees strive to serve you better.
Mr. Terrell, owner of FRISCO
Hats Dry Goods Shoes
LAUNDRY AND CLEANING, offers 1935
good friendly service.
Judy Isbel, as well as many FI-IS stu-
dents, takes all her clothes that need
pressing, cleaning, or altering to
FRISCO LAUNDRY AND CLEANING.
Dial ES 7-2791 to call FRISCO
LAUNDRY AND CLEANING.
Frisco ES 7-2462
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For fast competent service Qplus green
stampsl the students of F.I-I. S. stop at
MEYER'S MOBIL STATION. When in
need of lubrication, washing or a flat
changed be sure to stop by MEYER'S
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is owned by Mr. Hansel Douglas.
DOUGLAS' GROCERY has a twenty-
four hour ice service. A call to
ES 7-2616 will procure speedy and
FRISCO APPLIANCE offers you ex-
cellent service.in the repair of radios, For the best in furniture and appliances
T. V. 's and all other electrical appli- visit HICKMAN'S FURNITURE and
ances. It is also a convenient pick up APPLIANCE. Mrs. Mailene Hickman
station for Crowder's Laundry and Dry will be glad to assist you. The phone
Cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Murvin number in Frisco is ES 7-2405.
James are always ready to befriend a
customer. ES 7-2997.
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MARSI-IALL'S GARAGE offers you of
excellent and complete automotive
service. Mr. Marshall or one of his 1883 1968
assistants Will be ready to serve you
Continuou s Banking
Phone: ES 7-2204
For sand, dirt, and gravel, hauling
and leveling, contact ERNEST DUN-
FIELD. Mr. Dunfield does an A-1
job. He guarantees all the materials
to be of the best quality. Mr. Dun-
field has done Work in all surrounding
counties. Phone ES 7-2678 and talk
to Ernest Dunfield about hauling or
"Where quality and beauty count"
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STANDERFER 8: BOALS, GROCERY 8:
MARKET is the center of much grocery
buying. Ice, household necessities, and
a wide range of groceries can be purchased
here. STANDERFER 8: BOALS serves
a cafeteria for many students during the
school lunch hour. Here Steve Wester,
high school employee, waits on Lynn Isbell
who is buying a snack for her family. For
home deliveries call ES 7-2472.
'One of Frisco's newest' business
firms is the WHITE'S AUTO
STORE, managed by Billy .Toe W J D
Carroll. Here Debbie Carroll is ,. y
pictured with WI-IITE'S AUTO'S
supply of Christmas toys. Call
ES 7-3141 for the Home of 7 gy
Greater Values, WI-IITE'S AUTO
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'gf ,jfqkq ,Q A its plete line of John Deere equipment. They service
'LW 'f 'jpflV7.?'1 what they sell. For information concerning John
IL:-f'ffQ,, ' .-4 A' 'V Deere equipment, call ES 7-2465 or AD l-3864
For personalized pet supplies or for Frisco
Coon pillows, call THE HOLMEN COMPANY.
The proprietors of TI-IE HOLMEN COMPANY
are R. K. Hollas and H. I-I. Menefee. Mr.
Menefee and Mr. Hollas assisted by a staff
imma, of twenty-five workers produce one of the
'if Wu" most unique gift lines in the United States f
tv 'Qi' and Canada. THE HOLMEN COMPANY,
which is located on Main Street has its
doors open at all times to customers.
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The Frisco CO-OP has many services to offer the people of
Frisco and the surrounding area in the fields of agriculture and
ranching. The "Farmer Owned and Controlled" Association is
managed by Bob Griffin. During ginning season, he is assisted
by Billy .Toe Bryson and Mrs. Barbara Miller. FRISCO FARM-
ERS COOPERATIVE CIN ASSOCIATION offers quality named
products such as TEXO and TEX TAN, Call ES 7-2419 for de-
Frisco, Texas ES 7-2434
FOR THE BEST IN BUILDING MATERIAL, HARDWARE, AND PAINT
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gift department, select a Gibson card,
or choose from a fine toiletry selection
for both men and women.
Of course, students can always find
a good selection of school supplies at
CURTSINGER'S. It has been a tradition
at CURTSINGER'S DRUG to be accom-
modating, courteous, and efficient in
providing the Frisco area with the finest
service in drug needs. FHS from above.
Annual Staff Thanks Advertisers
The Annual Staff would like to welcome the following new students who came
too late to have their pictures with their classes: FRONT ROW: Jessie Matt-
hews, Delia Reyes, Mike Robb. BACK ROW: Mike Crow, Mark Howell,
Charleston McDonald, Roger Black. I47
Mid-Term Prmfer az Hamish?
Miss Humphreys helps Doris Reyes check Debbie Stroope works on her band
3, book from the hbfafy mid-term test which consisted of extra
practices and a band concert on Janu-
After Danny Wills Qleftj
finished his bookkeeping
test, he recovered his
books for the second
Cheryl Shewmake's hair
does not seem to bother
her during her English
mid-term test frightj.
were an important
part of school this
year. They were
seen in many places
from clothes to book
or Teachers d5 We!! at Studenly
David Brooks decided his hardest
test was Ag. I.
Mrs. Berchardt dictated part of the
shorthand test, but got in a laugh
when Lura Beth Raser said some-
The choral class got it "lucky"? Judy Webb sang a solo
for her Mid-Term Exam.
Mr. Burr spent his time after the exams
by grading and averaging.
After the test was over, Mr. Mitchell's science class welcomed
the opportunity and studied for their next exam.
Mike 14, 44, 102
Alexander, Carroll 17, 23, 75, 118
Alexander, Johnett 33, 36
Freddie 23, 53, 63, 80, 84,
93, 110, 120, 124
Alseeramos, Manuel 48
Antwiler, Debbie 32, 33, 71, 75
Antwiler, Kathy 38, 75
Antwiler, Sue 48, 62
Antwiler, Vonnie 23, 71, 75, 76, 77,
A-rgo, Norma 38
Bacchus, Steve 44, 102, 103
Barnes, David 17, 23, 57, 68, 79,
Barnes, Gary 28, 78, 84, 86, 106,
111, 112, 129
'Barnes, Mike 44, 45, 102
Barrow, Beverly 21, 23, 38, 40, 71,
74, 75, 92
Barrow, Mike 84, 85, 117
Barton, Kenneth 33, 44, 76, 77, 84,
87, 106, 117
Bell, Debbie 44, 68, 102, 103
Bledsoe, Joe 33, 72, 73, 76, 77
Bledsoe, Liz 23, 26, 56, 76, 77, 78,
soak, Bin 33,6s,76,78,79,8o,
Bolin, David 23, 84, 124
Bolin, Paul 44
Brazeal, Larry 32, 33, 34, 68, 73,
Brazeal, Lou 48, 68, 103
Brazeal, Tony 38, 73
Bristow, Glen 15, 28, 73, 115
Brooks, David 38, 73, 149
Brooks, Rosemarie 23, 74, 75
Brown, David 48
Brown, Ella 48
Brown, Mike 44, 46
Brown, Pauline 28
Brown, Tommy 23, 84
Burman, Karen 44, 102
Burman, Steve 21, 38, 73
Burnett, Virginia 44
Bush, Nikki 17,48
Byrd, Cynda 44, 68, 103
Byrd, Jack 48, 102
Calverley, Sue 27, 28, 74, 75, 111
Calvert, Brenda 33
Calvert, Dianne 33, 34, 71, 75, 122
Calvert, Elaine 28, 71, 75, 92
Calvert, Glen 49, 102
Canfield, Ronald 38, 73, 155
Cannon, Albert 23, 73
Cannon, Vickie 38
Cannon, Victor 44, 102
Carroll, Teddie 33, 124, 68
Carter, Bessie 49, 119, 102
Carter, Carolyn 44
Carter, Sally 38, 41, 60
Castillo, Macimina 49
Chancellor, Glenda 38, 75, 92
Chancellor, Iva 49
Chancellor, Sylvester 38, 117
Cobb, Chris 44, 45, 102, 103
Cobb, Scotty 22, 24, 72, 73, 93, 110
Corbell, Rhonda 33, 35, 75, 76, 77,
78, 79, 123, 124, 53, 68
Coulter, Doyle 44
Coulter, Janet 49, 102
Coulter, Terry 16,44, 102
Covington, Steve 32, 33, 84, 88, 80
Covington, Terri 49
Cross, Tommy 49, 102, 103
Crowder, Danny 38, 73
Crawford, Mary 28'
Cunningham, Terry 22, 110, 85, 24,
Curtis, Joe 27, 28, 84, 89, 87, 86, 72,
Daniels, Willa 29, 75, 92
Davidson, Alice 74, 121, 105, 92,
124, 73, 75, 29, 70, 110, 64, 135,
Davidson, Belinda 92, 68
Davis, Johnny 24, 94
Davis, Michael 29, 30, 72, 73
Davis, Randy 49, 68, 102
Davis, Shirley 33,75
DuMenil, Carol 34, 75
DuMenil, Barbara 49, 103
Dickens, Mike 29, 73, 114
Dishmon, Banks 34
Dishmon, Charles 44
Dixon, Benny 27, 29, 58, 84, 86, 94,
Driver, Clifton 45
Duncan, Barry 14, 84, 88, 95, 115
Duncan, Maxey 15, 49, 68, 102
Duncan, Tommy Sue 45, 68, 102
Delcambre, Mark 34
Elliott, Charles 24, 72, 73
Elliott, 'lonna 68
Elliott, Mark 39,45, 73
Ellis, Mary 39
Evans, Donna 39
Ferguson, David 19, 34, 95
Fields, Steven 49, 102
Fisher, Debbie 39, 71, 92, 75
Fisher, Linda 24, 92, 75
Fisher, Michael 29, 84, 86, 87, 95
Flanagan, Mike 29, 73, 95
Flanagan, Sharon 39, 71, 75
Flores, Eu ene 45
Ford, Debbie 29, 68, 69, 75, 80, 92,
Francis, Denny 2, 39, 53, 84, 88
Fraze, Glenda 39, 75
Freeman, Billy 45
Freeman, Ronald 15,29
Garza, Linda 71, 30, 75
Garza, Manual 39
Garza, Virginia 49
Glaze, Karen 49
Gomes, Mary 45
Gonazles, Benito 59,102
Gonzales, Carmelita 50
Gonzales, Janie 34, 36, 71, 75
Gonzales, Rosendo 45
Gray, Kenneth 45
Green, Larriy 39, 73, 87, 88, 89
Green, Lin a 30,109
Greenwood, Robert 30, 53, 73
Griffin, Tim 62, 50, 102
Guerra, Gloria 50
Hale, Oce Don 34, 72, 73
Hale, Penny 50,51
Hall, Judy 50
Hallmark, Ricky 45, 102, 103
Hallmark, Ruthy 39, 71, 75
Hamby, Sherri 30
Hampton, Alice 50
Hampton, James 23
Hard, Bobby 39
Harp, Lester 24,118 H
Harrington, Debbie 30, 78, 80, 76,
112, 129, 74, 75
Harrington, Johnny 14, 30, 84
Harrington, Van 50, 102
Harris, Susie 2, 37, 39, 68, 79, 107,
Haun, Brenda 34, 71, 75, 92, 109
Haun, Jerr 39,73
Haun, Rickfy 50,102
Hazelwood, Bobby 30, 73
Hazelwood, Danny 34, 59, 84, 88,
Hazelwood, Frank 45
Hazelwood, Joe 50, 102
Hazelwood, Linda 39, 75, 92
Hester, Vicki 34, 71 , 75, 92, 120,
Hinojosa, Minerva 50
Hodges, Nakita 50,51
Hodges, Ricky 30,72, 73, 123
Hodges, Teresa 45
House, Lohrey 34, 75, 76, 79, 80,
92, 122, 117
Hughes, Debby 70,110, 135,30, 125
Howell, Mark 34
Inge, Robert 50
Isbell, Judy 15,40, 69, 80
Isbell, Lynn 50,69,103
Jaime, Martha 50
James, Gayle 30,75
James, Rickie 46
Johnson, Bobby 30, 76, 84, 86, 87,
Johnson, Melody 34, 75, 92, 109
Johnson, Paul 45,46, 61, 102, 103
Jones, Billy 24, 84, 85, 88, 94, 110,
Jones, Doug 37,40,73
Jones, Jackie 30, 71, 75, 116, 119
Jones, Jeannie 40, 71, 75
Jones, Kathy 29, 30, 58, 70, 74, 75,
76, 106,110, 1351
Kimberlin, Hank 40
King, Debbie 51, 69, 70, 102
Kuyendall, Ken 46 V
Kuykendall, Leslie 30, 53, 73, 84,
86, 87, 95
Ledesma, Amanda 51
Liscano, Mary 34, 77, 121, 21
Liscano, Robert 51, 102
Liscano, Rosie 31,43,121
Luna, Mitchell 34, 69, 107
Marshall, Cathy 40, 69, 121
Martin, Glenda 31
Martin, Linda 31
Mason, Patricia 17, 34, 35, 33, 69,
75, 117, 124
Mays, Andy 40, 73, 84, 87, 89
Mays, Melinda 46,47, 69, 80, 102
Mays, Scotty 31, 72, 73, 81, 84, 94,
McCracken, Joyce 21, 40, 71
McDonald, Charleton 17
Miller, Barbara 24, 70, 76, 77, 92,
114,120, 135, 108, 124
Minter, David 40, 69, 95
Minter, Ronnie 51, 69, 102, 103
Mitchell, Bill 24, 64,s4,85,74,75,
Moore, Mark 40, 69
Morale, Mike 35, 85, 117
Morale, Tommy 24, 84, 85, 120
Mossburg, Mike 35
Mumme, Donna 51, 69, 103
Murphy, Judy 51
, Gary 35, 73,84, sr, 88
Nichols, Peggy 35
Nichols, Sue Ann 40, 69, 75, 92
Nichols, Tommy 38, 40, 73, 84, 89
Nichols, Wanda 25, 76, 77, 116
Ortega, Clemente 51, 102
Osborn, Julie 35, '75, 124
Osborn, Sharon 51
Page, Pam 35, 121
Painter, Laurie 35, 59, 71, 75
Pannell, Barbara 51
Pannell, Frank 34, 35, 73
Parsons, Jan 25, 71, 75, 92, 106, 110
Parsons, Sherry 35, 65, 71, 75, 92,
Connie 49, 51, 69, 102
Pearson: Kay 12, 40, 60, 69, 92
Pearson, Laurie 80, 108, 77, 78, 68,
31, 76, 117, 92, 124, 63
Pearson, Libby 51, 69, 80
Pearson, Linda 30, 25, 76, 120, 129,
117, 108, 92, 65, 78, 69
Pearson, Lucy 21, 37, 40, 41, 69, 92
Pelt, Craig 51, 102, 103
Pelt, Gerald 31, 53, 73
Pelt, Janie 71, 110, 25, 134, 120, 92,
Pena, Bernardo 51, 102
Pickering, Mike 25, 107, 69
Pickering, Patti 38,41, 71
Pickering, Ricky 35, 107
Pink, Janet 47, 69, 102
Pink, Suzy 129, 107, 79, 35, 32, 109,
33, 112, 76, 121
Pratt, Carl 31
Pratt, Dianne 41, 75
Province, Lori 46, 92, 103
Province, Terry 71, 35, 75
Ramos, Martha 46
Rasor, Lu 70,40, 25, 135, 134, 76,
Redmon, Dianne 70, 46, 69, 102
Rdemond, Mark 84, 47, 87, 7, 31, 119,
Reyes, Delia 18
Reryes, Doris 18, 178
Richardson, Gloria 15, 36
Robb, Mike 120
Roberts, Susie 111, 52, 69, 102, 103
Rogillio, Ggnrge 36
Rogillio, Richard 31
Rolator, Sondra 41, 92, 69
Ruiz, Leobardo 52, 102
Sapp, Mark 52, 102
Scott, Nancy 53, 74, 75, 79, 80, 16,
34, 36, 112, 76, 118, 129, 107
Seely, Anne 71, 31, 92, 75, 78, 79
Shepperd, Donna 61, 46, 102
Shoemake, Cheryl 71, 36, 75, 148
Simms, Donna 18,41, 116, 92, 74, 75
Sirkel, Alford 46
Sirkel, Louise 36
Skidmore, Carol n 41, 75
Slough, Bobby 46,
Slou h, Debra 52
Smigr, Charles 47
Smith, Esther 47
Smith, Johnny 41, 118, 73
smith, Kathy 111,52,51,68
Smith, Kenneth 36
smith, oscar 85, 25, 84, 89, ss, 93
Smith, Terry 41, 73
Smithart, Paul 36, 33, 72, 73
Smothermon, Gary 22, 25, 84, 85,
93, 116, 124
Snider, Mike 41, 73, 84, 87, 89
Sonntag, Larry 52, 102
Sonntag, Sara 33, 35, 36, 69, 76, 77,
Soto, Anita 47
sore, Gilbert 52
Spears, Lynda 52
Spears, Vickie 52
Sprouse, Dianne 52, 69
Standerfer, Rosalyn 22, 25, 26, 57,
Stark, Debbie 37,41,65,69,108,12O
Stem, Kay 19,26,'16,112,11s
Stone, Barbara 36, 71, 75
Stone, Cecilia 52, 70, 102
Storey, Marsha 36, 75, 109
Stroope, Debbie 47, 69, 70, 102, 148
Stroope, Garland 31 , 76, 84, 87
Tadlock, Louann 18, 41, 75
Templin, Kirk 47
Thompson, Betty 41
Thompson, Joyce 36
Townson, Oleta 36, 71, 75
Towson, Judy 26, 75, 106
Tunnell, Alice 42, 75, 122
Tunnell, Peggie 31, 116, 119, 122
Turner, Margie 47, 102
Turner, Milton 52
Turner, Tommy 42, 73, 84, 89
Vaughon, Charles 47, 102
Venable, Cecilia 24, 26, 69, 76, 77,
Venable, Harold 41, 42, 69, 73, 80
Vest, Freddie 26, 53, 72, 73
Vest, Paul 42, 60, 73, 94
Wade, Randy 42, 73
Watkins, Janice 31, 69, 75, 92, 114
Watson, Tracy 3, 26, 56, 76, 77, 78,
Waldsmith, Tommy 14, 46,47, 102
Webb, Judy 39,42,49, 75
Webb, Randy 45,47,102,103
Wester, Steve 33, 36, 84, 86
Whitsell, Jud 52
Williams, Frankie 52, 102
Williams, Nancy 42, 75
Williams, Thersia 52
Wills, Dann 19, 26, 148
Wills, Davic1'26, 69, 95
Wilson, Carolyn 16, 31, 109, 121
Wilson, Debbie 15,42, 69
Yarbrough, Roy 26, 84, 85, 87, 115
Yates, Randy 31, 76, 80, 84, 87, 86,
H. S. Personnel
Barrow, R. L. 13,122
Borchardt, Mrs. Ruth 14,76,149
Burr, Jim 16,43, 84,102,103, 125,
Carter, Mrs. Jackie 17,36,37
Chandler, Mrs. Agatha 12
Corbell, Weldon 7, 10, 28
Dotson, Dale 14, 84, 43,45
Francis, Mrs. Ruth 13
Fielden, W. A. 18,80,106,72
Fisher, Mrs. Wilma 18,27,78,122
Gage, Mrs. Cynthia 14,27,124
Garza, John 13,122
Griffin, James 19,156
Hale, Mrs. Iris 13
Haun, Mrs. Leo 13
Humphreys, Ava I. 7, 19, 148
Justus, C arles 11, 18, 37
Mitchell, Stanley 15, 27, 123
Nichols, Lloyd 16, 22, 84, 87, 113
Nixon, Sherry 17, 7, 22, 42, 114, 117
Pinnelli, Mrs. Janice 17,48,50
Smith, R. T. 3,9
Stem, Mrs. Francis 12
Vaughn, Mrs. Sammy 12
Wade, James 16, 7, 32, 36, 84, 87
Walters, Barry 19,68,123
Walters, Mrs. Sandra 18,32, 36, 74
Wester, Cal 10,11, 15,48
G. S. Personnel
Ashley, Mrs. Lucille 156,167
Boals, Mrs. Mary 156,173
Barnett, Joyce 171
Burr, Mrs. Carol
Carter, Mrs. Gracie 155
Carver, Connie 170
Dennis, Sharon 160
Fairbairn, Mrs. Carolyn 156,175
Glaze, Bertram 161
Glaze, Diann 156,169
Griffin, Mrs. Rita Kay 156,166
Hale, Mrs. Jessie 155
Harrington, Mrs. Jo 156,174
Isbell, Bert 154
Lamb, Mrs. Kay 156,165
Laney, Mrs, Re ecca 163
McGuire, Mrs. Ruby 162
Perkins, Mrs. Betty 156
Riddle, Mrs. Jessie 156,168
Taylor, Mrs. Bess 172
Thomas, Mrs. Bobbye 154
Wade, Pansey 155
Watkins, Mrs. Marie 155
Wester, Mrs. Walter 164
The halls of Elementary school are never
norseless There are always quret grggles
and whrspers rlngrng throughout them even
though Prrncrpal Isbell booms out for quret
now and then In Elementary School a stu
dent recerves hrs baslc trarnmg and educatron
The teachers must always be on the alert rn
order to answer qurck thoughtful questlons that
are constantly frred at them Acker students
have few extra currrcular act1v1t1es The
main one is a float at homecoming parade.
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Who Doemh' Know
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supervision over Acker Elementary
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L to R: lst ROW: Barbara James, Debra Hamilton, Steve Baum, Mary Pink, Kim Nichols, Karen Wilson. 2nd ROW
Drusilla Wade, Sally Turner, Tina Barnes, Gig Gross, Michael Cates. 3rd ROW: Patty Antwiler, David Hale, Jim
Newman, Robert Williams, 4th ROW: Ginger Duncan, Penny Craig, Romiro Lopez, Tim Griffin, Danny Carroll.
5th ROW: David Province, Pam Wester, Dianne Mumme, Joni McSpedden, Kathy Baum, Marilyn Tadlock.
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First Grade First Grade FirSt Grade
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MRS. IESSIE M. RIDDLE
MRS. LUCILLE ASHLEY
MRS. RITA GRIFFIN MRS. KAY LAMB MR. JAMES GRIFFIN
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MRS. DIANN GLAZE
MRS. BETTY PERKINS
MRS. BESS TAYLOR
MRS, JOYCE BARNETT MISS CONNIE CARVER
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MR. BARRY WALTERS MISS SHARON DENNIS
MR. BERTRAM GLAZE
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