Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)
- Class of 1971
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Editor - IEANNIE JONES
Associate Editors - JUDY ISBELL
As you scan the pages of the 1970-1971 COON
SKIN, you will see reflections of this past school
year unfold before you,
We, the staff, hope that when you pull this
book from the shelf tomorrow or ten years from
now, a smile, a face, or a caption will bring back
pleasant memories to you as you
those hot summer days when school had just
begun, ayyi, p
the golden leaves ofiautumn,
cold winter days and warm nights,
the distant thoughts of spriifg,
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Activities - - -
Administration - - - - - - - - - -
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Classes ----- -----------
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The Annual Staff of 1970-'Il proudly
dedicates our yearbook, the Coonskiu ,
to you, Mrs.
talent to the
given your every effort and
improvement of FHS's
the last twenty-three years
given your students the
knowledge they needed to live full and
worthwhile lives .
For all the long hours that you have
spent and for the hard work that you have
done, we dedicate this 1970-'71 Coon-
skin to you .
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In teaching these students from Nicaragua, Mrs
Fisher displays her teaching ability in typing.
Mrs. Fisher spent much time and hard work
in making the girls' restroom more pleasant,
For the two millionth time in twenty-three years, Mrs, Fisher shows
these annual staff members the correct way to draw up a page.
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Try to remember when the FHA had to
suck pacifiers for initiation and the FFA had
to perform stunts for the same reasong re-
member the laughter when we won the game
and the tears when we lostg remember the
bottle of iodine used by the girls in the Pow-
der Puff Game on their scratchesg remember
when we played Celina for the first time on
Homecoming Game and wong remember the
expression on the boys faces when the girls
started wearing maxis . . . Try to remember,
and if you remember, then follow through
Try to remember the kind of September
When life was slow and oh so mellow.
Try to remember and if you remember
Brenda Wade, a seventh grader, did not
realize that Junior High could be so "Back
Have you met these 3 new F.H,A, girls?
Kim Jackson, Suzi Roberts, and Karen Bur-
"Here come 'de Coons," Denny Francis, Mark El-
liott, and James Hayes.
A mighty "B" team huddle, Williams, Ortega, Ortega, and "l wonder if my dimples show when l frown,
Jimmy Yates says,
"Here I am GIRLS,"
Louann Tadlock and Judy Webb work diligently on their Homemaking
Gayle Clayborn and Jeanette Stew art fight fingernail biting
and join FHA at the same time.
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Marilyn, Sue, Penny, LaDonna, and Sally discuss plans for before
and after the game Friday Night.
Coach Auld relaxes while watching
a "B" team workout.
Paul Johnson, Joe Clowers, and Charles
Vaughn demonstrate spirit rally enthu-
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Go Get 'em Coons! The team and cheerleaders form a
huddle at the end of a spirit rally.
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Marla Kincaid and Robert Norris
don't appear to be interested in the
ff Someone should remind
f' Ricky Wade to watch out
day is Friday the 13th.
After playing basketball in PE, the girls
get a drink of water and rest awhile.
Taking five minutes is Karen Rogers,
Janet Coulter, Cheryl Norris, Debbie
King, Marion Jeffery, Joni McSpedden
and Tina Barnes.
. for his fingers because to-
Holly House keeps her mind on the pattern as she pins it Washing dishes does not require
to the material for a dress. Homemaking III class makes A A A much concentration, so Gail Clai-
wool garments. born dayclreams during the per-
zw H . i,,5 formance of the task.
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I Coach Stone awaits his tum to make
a speech at the pep rally on Friday,
Robert Norris asks, "Do I go boom, boom, now or wait
Kathy Smith and Sue Antwiler write a note during algebra.
Louann Brazeal is unaware because she is concentrating on
the problem. Diana Sprouse seems quite amused.
Downfilled comfy coat, school jacket, leather coat:
Tommie Turner, Mark Elliott, Pete Chancellor, 453120 Fringed suede, poncho, striped and plaid trousers: Debbie
coat, not shown, is increasingly popular., Wilson, Diana Sprouse, David Brooks, and David Minter
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Maxi dress, laced boots, gaucho pants, mini skirts: Susie
Bolero, midi skirt, tam, crocheted weskit, wet boots: Harris. DHHS D3ViS, Carolyn Skidmore, and JCHHHCTZS
Phyllis Thomason, Lynn Isbell, Lynn Jeffery, Stewart.
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Vogue in dress for 1971 is left up to the individual. Pre-
viously, to be in style one had to have a set length for dress-
es, usually very short. Today, however, a woman is free to
choose between the mini, midi, and maxi according to her
own taste and individuality. Surpassing the midi and maxi,
the pant suit has been a large asset to every girl's wardrobe
this year. Footwear has also taken a sharp change. The
chunky, ornate oxfords are worn with pant suits, and no midi
or maxi or even mini is complete without a pair of boots.
Lighter weight patent shoes are kept for everyday wear. The
wet look is the "thing. " Ponchos, capes, and wet leather
coats are popular for school wear.
Leather, suede, and varied bright colors are noted in
men 's '71 fashions as well as the shiny, wet look in shoes.
But, the ever popular cowboy or western wear still holds
approval among the young men of FHS .
The pantsuit, and midi coat: Debby
Stark, Lucy Pearson, and Suzi Roberts
Safari jacket, Maxi, Mini-Maxi con-
vertible coat, Fun fur: Harold Venable,
Tammy Almand , Kathy Carter, and
Frisco has all the sole: Cowboy boot, ankle boot, loafer, patent. I3
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Head and Shoulders - the shampoo
for people who don't worry about
dandruff but should. - Coach 'Q
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Drusilla Wade asks, "Why does it al-
ways have to happen to me?" 1
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Debbie Wilson and Donna Shepperd ask, 5
"And he thinks that he'1l be a model?" 5
Games Adams does one of his more diffi-
cult poses for the photographerg rj
Gail Clayborn - l wish A P I l , h , h,1 d y
that I had Stayed in bed Lori rovlnce wlnces wit pa1n w 1 e Ju y
. . Webb and Alice Tunnell discuss their week-
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LEFT: Stone, Stubble-
field, Matthews, and
Tunnell enjoy the food
that each teacher brought
for the Christmas party,
RIGHT: Ella Brown
watches as her popcorn
is devoured by Sammy
Turner and Danny
Tina Barnes and Joni McSpedden watch as Donna ' ,h,h,:
Barrow decorates Mrs, Borchardt s door.
Donna Shepperd was
one of the Junior judges
at the Talent Show
The cooks and Mr. Barrow look
satisfied after eating one of their
Wim Zoe Wana and
Mr. Darland stated that there were to benciclass parties. Mark Moore, David
Minter, Cathy Marshall, Lucy Pearson, Barry Duncan, Diane Davis, Tommie
Turner always obey,
Judy Isbell, Jeannie Jones, and Judy Webb showed
their singing talents when the Annual Staff went
g. Is Frisco being invaded?
Mrs. Fisher reads during
one of the few minutes
of silence in the typing
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"Gee Mark Moore,
there are only 2 more
days until Santa will
come," says Mike
Doug Jones, Danny Carroll, and Van Nichols show the girls their kitchen
Tommie Turner seems
to be considering the
great advantages of
the shoe salesman,
fLucy Pearson received
a pair of boots from
the FFA Boys, She is
the 1970-71 Sweet-
Marilyn Tadlock helps LaDonna Vaughn wake up i' L
for an early morning class. Sally Turner takes a land-
ing after attempting to
leap over the stairs.
Mr. Justus says to Anderson, Mays, Byrd, Wade, Have you ever seen
Clowers, Aaron, "No matter what they say, mini- Lori Province look
skirts are still in." so innocent?
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Tommie Sue Duncan and Judy Whitsell look down Main
St, and think, "Here come 'de parade. !" Penny Hale
and Linda Hazlewood look the opposite way,
Barry Griffin drove this donkey in the parade. Barry
seems to have him under control.
Some of the outside participants were the Berean Fellowship
I 8 Singers,
The day was October 19, 1970. The
town arrived to participate in the annual
Homecoming Parade. The parade con-
sisted of floats, singers, cheers, horseback-
riding, band songs, old cars, and other
presentations, Many people picked up
mums to give that "certain someone."
The barbeque was the next step to build
up to a successful Homecoming. Ytuh!
The game was a terrific ending to the
1970 Frisco Coon Homecoming Day,
The Coons defeated the Celina Bobcats
The night ended in shouts of joy! There
were tears of happiness and excitement, The
Coons also broke the Bobcat's record of
straight victories. Many exclaimed that this
was the best Homecoming Day in Frisco ever!
The Hella Mounted Patrol - Bill Williamson.
Jimmy Bradford sleeps while he drives Barry Duncan in the
Senior Float, "Ding-Dong Bell, Bobcat's in the well," This
float won "Most Imaginative."
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LEFT: Jasper Fisher and Junior
Dean lead the Frisco Riding Club
in the Homecoming Parade.
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These Frisco fans look contented with the Barbeque.
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Tony Brazeal, Tina Barnes, Sue Antwiler, Sandra Warren,
seem to have mixed emotions about the game at this poin
people lined up-to get a ticket to see the Coons beat the Bobcats!
Two bits, four bits, six bits a dollar, all for Frisco, stand up and hollarl
Cody Cotton has a drink
to celebrate the Coon
Lori Province, Judy Webb, Kay Pearson, Kathie Smith asked the crowd, "What's
the good word?" The crowd answered, "Get a Bobcat! " fThe fighting Coons
heard them too .J
Georgia Morrison and Tommie Sue Duncan Terry Covington snitched a few Assistant, Suzanne Harris, posts
take PSAT Tests, moments to do homework, grades for Mrs. Fisher.
Ann Elliott and Kim Nichols talk about the new- Scott Cates - doing nightly homework,
ly fallen snow as Bobby Rogers runs to get inside,
Marilyn Tadlock modeled for James Hayes and Louann Tadlock help clean The Big Man above that filled these shoes
the FHA Simplicity Fashion the Typing room, was James Adams,
Sammy Vaughn takes Jim Newman s money as he
goes to see the Coons have another VICTORY'
Tommy Waldsmith acts as a coke tender Michael Mohdor is the tag on the
at one of the Coon basketball games UP I0 dare?
RIGHT: This was a favorite
primping place for Judy
Whitsell, Donna Elliott,
Diane Pratt, Janet Pink,
Louann Tadlock, Carolyn
Carter and all the other
High School girls, Notice
their stylish attire,
An 1nst1tut1on of learn1ng rs many thrngs the core of
whrch 1S currrculum Its prrmary task 15 to teach rts
scholars but lf must also expand grow and progress to
meet the needs of a changrng soclety
The most modern up to date currrculum would he
useless rf there were no tnstructors to pass on knowledge
hrs destre to help hrs students learn he must rnfuse them
w1th a desrre to learn At the same tlme he must be an
understandlng frrend an empathetrc lrstener and some
umes a stern d1sc1pl1nar1an
In th1s pursurt of excellence the entrre school personnel
works w1th one thought rn m1nd better learn1ng for stu
dent s needs
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to others. A teacher helps to mold a generation. From
Pulse beat of the col-
lective school system
centered in the office
Execution of school
board policies, select-
ing and assigning of
personnel, alloting fi
nances, budgeting, and
providing channels for
establishment of school-
community rapport are
among the responsibili-
R. T. SMITH
Mr. Smith, may I interrupt?
Plans are made with principals over a
cup of coffee on Monday.
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It takes a big man to fill
the shoes of an administrator
at Frisco High School. Per-
haps the size of the job is
synonymous with size of the
man to a student. Because of
unique qualities of congeni-
ality, personal interest in in-
dividuals, and intense desire
for a good school he is affec-
tionately referred to as Daddy
D, Big Man, Tall Man, Chief
or Mister D.
As chief of Frisco High School
principal Bill Darland serves
as a good natured boss for
school personnel, a guide for
students, and a friend to
The Man is serious when there
is work to be done.
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The man with the big
" " is better known to
students in Acker Elemen-
tary as Mister Isbell, "our"
principal. Though his voice
booms out at any indiscre-
tion his heart is big. Mr.
Isbell represents the good
school to Acker students who
are justly proud of grammar -
MR. BERT ISBELL
28 Son QDunfieldj, Coach Jernberg will be here tomorrow. Mr. I. in a more serious moment.
School secretary Mrs. Sammy Vaughn
serves as secretary to the Superintendent.
Among her duties is keeping books for the
school system. Her handwriting is familiar
on payroll checks.
Mrs. Ruby Nichols assumes responsibility
of keeping attendance records and posting
permanent records. In addition she takes
incoming calls and does secretarial work
for the High School principal, Mr. Darland.
A job with many responsibilities belongs
to Mrs. Bobbye Thomas. Besides acting as
secretary to Acker Principal Isbell, Mrs.
Thomas keeps attendance and school records
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Mr. Rex Talley, President of School Board, is a Frisco Coon graduate. Mr
Talley is a salesman with Porter Light Fixtures of Dallas. He and his wife,
Barbara, have two boys enrolled in Acker and a pre-school age daughter.
The Talleys live in Crestview addition.
Mr. Calvin Bledsoe, Vice- President, owns and
, seth ,Q operates a farm on Hwy 720. Mr. Bledsoe is a
' l contractor who has built many homes in the
I' - sf 3 ar-, Frisco area. He is a graduate of Frisco Schools
A and lists woodwork as a hobby. Mr. and Mrs.
Bledsoe are parents of four boys and a girl, two
g Q ' enrolled in college and three in Frisco Schools.
'fn mx, , Mr. C. K. Barnes, Secretary, lives on Williams
f . F Ave. Mr. Barnes is engaged by Otis Elevators
in O of Dallas. He and Mrs. Barnes have a son in
' if R the service and a daughter enrolled in Acker.
, gylgy Mr. Barnes gives boating and watch repair as
i fss . 1-1 if hobbies .
s" 'ii' A ' Mr. C, B, Pearson, member, is the owner and
operator of a local dairy farm and holds a BS
L degree from Texas ASLM. Mr. Pearson is ac-
tive in the work of his church. He and Mrs.
Pearson are parents of four daughters, two en-
rolled in high school while two are attending
Mr. T. H. McSpedden, Ir., member, lists
hunting and golf as hobbies. Mr. McSpedden
, attended Decatur Baptist College. He has
been employed at American Airlines for the
pastseveral years. Mr. McSpedden and his
wife, Joanne, have two daughters and a son
all enrolled in the Frisco Schools.
. ' .... college.
Mr. Billy Gene Phillips, member, is em-
ployed as a salesmanuby Huey and Phelp of
Dallas. The Phillips are proud parents of two
sons who are enrolled at Acker. Mr. Phillips
is a member of the Methodist Church and for
many years has been associated with the vol-
unteer fire department, at one time as its
chief. The Phillips family lives in a country
home north of town.
Dr. E, G, Pink, M,D., is better known
around Frisco as Doc Pink. He owns and
operates the Frisco Medical Clinic, is a
partner in the Christie-Wester-Pink addition
where he lives, Crestview addition, and Town
Houses. He also owns a farm east of Frisco.
Dr. and Mrs. Pink list collecting antiques as a
hobby. They are parents of three children,
two in Frisco Schools and one enrolled in
To Miss Coffey, happiness is returning
graded papers to her students.
Mr. Benson helps Boatright
figure a balanced feed ration.
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Miss Sue Coffe 1 Miss Linda Morable,
TWU, was stu em TWU, did her Student
teacher in Home- tSaChiHg in Type-
makin with Miss writing 1 the second
Fitch timing the Sec- semester with Mrs.
ond semester. " Fisher.
Mr. Richard Benson, Mr. Gary Don New-
ETU, did his student man, ETU, was stu-I
Miss Morable makes Typing I plans for teaching in voca- dent teacher in vo-
Ihe COI1'1iHg week. OHS of the first IhiHgS tional' agriculture cational agriculture
a student teacher learns is to plan lessons with Mi, Fielden with Mr, Fielden
ahead of lime. during the first during the second
7 2 I semester. semester.
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Jeftiry 85 Turquett
Jeffery 84 Turquett
5 Jeffery 85 Turquett
Happy time is 3:15 when it is time to board
the bus for home for Doris Jean Williams,
Sandra Pannell, and Kim Jackson.
Mfg, C131-3 Eatgn Mrs. Marie Watkins Mrs. Gracie
Acker Cook Head Cook Carter
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Mrs . Frances
Mrs. Betty Willson listens t
punches lunch tickets.
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Mr. Walter Grant
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Safe, noisy bus rides?
Mr. R, L, Barrow
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Mrs. Foy Duncan
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Mr. George i
Mike and Eddie Taylor, student janitors, may be found cleaning
class rooms during sixth period.
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Mrs. Ruth Francis Mrs. Patsy Mrs. Elaine lunchroom spot for
HS Cook Dishmon Hooper Sally Carter and Lou-
HS Cook HS Cook ann Tadlock, et. al.
Sylvester Chancellor, John James, and James Adams receive trays in lunch
line. Menu was meat loaf, potatoes, greens, hot rolls and map e butter.
MRS, LUCILLE ASHLEY, BA, NTU
Mrs. Ashley teaches the third grade, To
add to this responsibility she teaches music
to all of the third graders, After school
Mrs, Ashley enjoys reading, watching TV,
playing the piano, Crocheting, and yard
work. Mrs. Ashley says she oves teaching.
MR, MICHAEL E, AULD, BS, NTU
Mr, Auld teaches high school civics, Texas
history, and American historg, As assist-
ant football coach and head aseball coach,
his days are almost completely filled with
sports, He does find time for reading and
MRS, CLARA BACCHUS
Being a teacher's aidekeeps Mrs. Bacchus
bus most of the time, She mana es to
find, time to act in the capacity ofgwife to
the mayor of Frisco,
MRS, MARY JANE BAGWELL, Bs, NTU
Special education class consumed Mrs,
Bagwell's school time, Mrs. Bagwell is
very interested in psychology an her
MRS, LAVELLA BARBER, BS, MS, NTU
Fourth grade is Mrs. Barber's class this
year. After school she enjoys, sewing.
Recording six-weeks grades is a task of each teacherg Mrs.
Borchardt is about to complete one class,
MRS, MARY M, BOALS, BA,
The first grade students are interesting to
Mrs, Boals, and she makes school interest-
ing to them, Mrs, Boals enjoys reading
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MRS. RUTH BORCHARDT, BA, NTU
Mrs, Borchardt teaches Algebra I, Related Math I,
II, and Shorthand, The Beta Club finds her a will-
ing sponsor and advisor, She says that her hobbies
are crocheting and talking. qThe latter anyone
will verifyij Although she is a busdy woman, she
finds time to teach a lr. High Sun ay School class
in the United Methodist Church, Mrs. B says that
she likes anything that is fattening and dislikes stu-
dents who won't cooperate,
MRS, JANICE BRADFORD,
PARKLAND HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
Mrs. Bradford is the school nurse in the Frisco
schools. When a student sees her in the hall, he
immediately associates her with immunization,
The word spreads fast - "The nurse is here!" Mrs,
Bradford enjoys gardening and fishing in addition tc
giving shots to t e brave students at Frisco.
VIRS, REBA CARROLL
vlrs. Carrol fa FHS raduatep works as
a teacher's aide at Ecker Elementary
?Ier main interest is her children,
MRS, RHODA CHRISTIE, BS, ETU
Mrs. Christie teaches a fourth grade
class, After school and on holidays
Mrs, Christie rides motorcycles with
her husband, She says that she en-
joys all sports.
MRS, SHERRY CRIGGER, BS, NTU
l Mrs. Crigger teaches English III and IV.
As sponsor of the student council she aids in
y moneymaking projects and gives ideas on
y what the student council can do for FHS.
T Reading, water skiing, and fishing are her
L hobbies, She likes cooking and hates wash-
K ing dishes,
T MR, BILLY D, DARLAND, BS, ME, NTU
Mr, Darland serves in the capacity of
U secondary administrator, He is better
E known around high school as Principal, -E Mr.
l Darland plays a mean game of golf and is
, interested in all school sports, He lists
chicken fried steak, TV - western movies
l as likes, and would you believe he dislikes
MRS, EDRIS ELLIOTT, BS, ETU
One section of the third rade calls Mrs,
Elliott teacher. Mrs, Eliott enjoys cooking
and builds a mean chocolate cake. Her
family is her main interest.
MRS. CAROLYN FAIRBAIRN, BA, TWC
Mrs. Fairbairn enjoys reading, swimming,
and the church choir. Drawin is her
hobby, She likes people and dgislikes dis-
honesty and unfairness. Mrs. Fairbairn
teaches one section of first grade.
MR, w, A, FIELDEN, BS, MEd, ETU
Mr, Fielden teaches vocational agriculture,
is the FFA advisor and a sophomore sponsor,
His main interest lies in boys and FFA.
MRS, WILMA FISHER, Bs, ETU, MEd, NTU
Mrs. Fisher lists as hobbies china painting,
cooking, sewing, music, reading, and
knitting, Her interests are her home,
church and farm. She likes being busy and
hates laziness. Mrs. Fisher teaches typing
I, ll, and Bookkeeping. A class of young
married couples at the First Baptist Church
also call her teacher,
Seeing immediate teaching results is often elusive,
Miss Fitch sees a more tangible result as Anita Soto
works on a garment in homemaking.
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Tradition has it that Christmas goodies arrive in the teacher's
work room the day school is dismissed for the holidays, Mrs.
Massey enjoys a food specialty from the botmtiful table.
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MISS MARY NAN FITCH, BS
IN HE, ACC
Miss Fitch teaches home
economics I, II, Ill. In
addition she is active FHA
advisor, Althoigigh she is a
busy teacher an aide to the
FHA girls, she finds time to
read, sew, travel, and enjoy
the theater. Miss Fitch likes
enthusiasm and dislikes irre-
sponsib ility ,
MRS, RUTH ANN FODGE,
Mrs. Fod e teaches the sixth
grade. Sie lists her hobbies
as sewing and listening to
soul or rock music, Her
interests are her husband,
her toy poodle, cat and trop-
ical fish, Mrs. Fodge likes
teaching, pant suits and
dancing, She dislikes kids
who don't pay attention in
class and onions,
MRS, LINDA L. HAMAN, BA, NTU
Mrs. Haman works in the special education
class at Acker, When school is dismissed,
she enjoys painting and sculpturing.
MRS, EDWINA HANSEL, Bs, WTU
Mrs. Hansel enjoys eating out and dislikes
" " house cleaning. She teaches the special
,ss Qgwt, s education class at Acker.
f R ig! , MRS. IO HARRINGTON, BS, TWU
gg," 1 Every morning at 8:15 Mrs. Harrington
? 4 starts her first graders on another busty day,
She spends her rest hours cooking an read-
Xa 8 ing.
4 MRS, MARY ELIZABETH
QBETTYQ HAYES, Bs, NTU
Mrs. Hayes teaches a fifth grade at Acker
Elementary. She never misses a Frisco ball
game and has been known to play a good
asketball game. She enjoys all sports,
MR. K. GARY HAYES, BS, NTU
Teaching social studies fworld history,
U.S. historyy and physical education keeps
Mr. Hayes steppin , and if that does not,
coaching basketbagl will. He is also the
senior c ass sponsor. Mr, Hayes lists as his
hobbies golf, long solitary walks, second
guessing. He lists kids as his interest. He
ikes winning, a job done to top ability,
and dislikes people who do not capitalize
upon the abilities they possess.
MR. ED ISAACS, BA, MA, ETSU
.Mr. Isaacs gives and interprets pupil per-
sonnel tests such as achievement, interest,
and IQ. He takes care of all school federal
reports , counsels students and reports to
the county school superintendent. His main
interest is his two young sons.
MR, BERT ISBELL, BS Central State, Edmond,
Okla., ME, NTU
Sports are a hobby of Mr. Isbell. He is a
willing worker in the Church of Christ, Mr.
Isbell is principal to about 486 boys and girls
MRS, ELOISE ISBELL, BA, NTU
The teaching area for Mrs. Isbell is speech and
Library in high school. She teaches two
classes of speech and keeps the library this
year. She also gives much time as high school
cheerleader sponsor. Mrs. Isbell enjoys sewing
and needlework in her spare time at home,
MRS, BETTY JOE JEFFERY, BA, U OF ARK.
Seventh grade English, junior high chorus, and
American history command Mrs, Jeffery's
time. She is the seventh rade sponsor. She
gets away from it all withiiertyardwork, es-
pecially the flowers. Mrs. J e ery listed the
Razorbacks as her like and Longhorns as a dis-
like. Besides her work Mrs, J. enjo s bridge,
music, and reading. fNot necessarilly in that
MR, IAN SCOTT IERNBERG, BS, PAN
Mr. Iernberg is the phcysical education teacher
in the elementary gra es. His hobbies are
handball, fishing, public speaking, and sing-
ing. Mr. Jernberg is interested in psycholog-
ical development in athletics. He likes those
who contribute 100'-70 effort and dislikes those
who could, but don't.
MR, C, A. IUSTUS, BS, NTU
Teachin mechanical drawing and woodwork-
ing uses ifir, Justus' time. He is a junior
class sponsor. In his spare time he restores
Model A cars, hunts, and fishes. Mr. Justus
says serving God is his principal interest.
. S Miss DIANE LOWRY, Bs, ETU
W Miss Lowry teaches the fifth grade, Her
hobbies are painting and photography. Read-
ing, sewing, music, and playing the piano
are always on her agenda after school hours,
Miss Lowry likes plays and musicals as enter-
MRS, LINDA MASSEY , BA , BAYLOR U
Sponsoring junior class requires much of Mrs.
Massey's time. She spends what little spare
time she has reading, sewing, and remodeling
an old house, She enjoys watching her one-
yxpar old daughter grow and learn. Mrs.
assey teaches English 8, I, Il and Clerical
MRS. NICKI MATTHEWS, BA, UTA
Mrs. Matthews teaches English 8, II, Spanish
I, and 8 history. She is an eighth grade
Matthews likes to
read in her spare
MRS, MARY NASH,
BS , NTU
Mrs. Nash replaced
Mrs. Hayes for sec-
ond semester. Mrs.
Nash taught fifth
Carefully listening to student recitation is an
important factor is teaching. Mr. Justus 37
Mr. Pena is hard at work grading a phys-
ical science test. Making tesm, grading
MRS, RUBY MCGUIRE, BS, NTU
Mrs. McGuire has a fourth grade
class at the elementary school.
She is interested in sports and
MR. WILLIAM MCLEAN, BS,
Mr. McLean teaches secondary
mathematics and is a junior
class sponsor. He is a stamp
collector and lists sports and
world geography as his main
and recording work consume most of the We I ,
time a teacher is not in class.
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MRS. ANN NORRIS, BA, BAYLOR U.
Mrs. Norris teaches world history, Texas
history, science and math. She is junior
class sponsor and helps in their money mak-
ingdproblems. She escapes the pressure by
rea ing and participating in outdoor sports
such as snowskiing and tennis. She enjoys
traveling and antique hunting.
MR. M. ROEL PENA, BS, PAN AMERICAN
COLLEGE, EDINBURG, TEXAS
Mr. Pena teaches bioloigy, physical science,
earth science, and rea ing improvement.
Although he has many duties as the Ir. Hilgh
Principal, he finds time to collect shells or
a hobby. Mr. Pena's main dislike is our
MRS. LAGATHA P. PETTUS, BS, ETU
Sixth grade room is where Mrs. Petrus
teaches. Her hobbies are reading and golf.
Mrs. Pettus lists her interests as altruistic
activities and Alpha Delta Kappa teacher
MRS. IESSIE MARIE RIDDLE, Bs, NTU
Mrs. Riddle spends her day teaching a third
grade class. She lists food and a little girl
named Edna as her main interests.
MRS. BARBARA A. SPRINGER, BS, NTU
Mrs. Springer likes teaching her kinda:-
garten class, but she says that she can not
ind any time for hobbies since she started
teaching. Reading and sewing are her
interests when she can find the time.
MR. ROY A. STONE, BS, MS, NTU
Mr. Stone, better known as Coach Stone,
teaches biology and chemistry in addition
to his coaching duties. He provides leader-
ship as the Head Coach during football sea-
son. When he is not working after school
with the boys, he enjoys camping and fish-
MR, VOYZE G. HARRIS, JR. , BS, , BAYLOR
Mr. Harris replaced Mr. McLean for the
second semester. He taught advanced Math,
Algebra II, Related Math Il and Seventh
MR, JOE STUBBLEFIELD, BS, NTU
Mr, Stubblefield teaches seventh grade
math and physical education. He is inter-
ested in sports and a new daughter, Wendy,
MR, R. T, SMITH, BA, HARDIN-SIMMONS
U, ME, TCU
lt is the dut of Mr, Smith to carry out the
policies of gre local school board , to com-
ply with state and federal regulations, and
to see that a good school progresses. He is
interested in a young grandson and golf.
MRS. POLLY TADLOCK
Students in the fifth grade call Mrs. Tad-
lock their teacher. Mrs. Tadlock enjoys
reading, attending horse shows and rodeos.
MRS, BESS TAYLOR, BA, ETU
The second grade is Mrs. Ta lor's domain,
but after 3:15 she enjoys ardfening and li-
braries. Any second gradir also knows that
Mrs. Taylor dislikes insincerity,
MRS, NANCY THOMPSON, BS, ACC
Mrs. Thompson teaches the sixth grade at
Acker. After school Mrs, Thompson enjoys
reading, sewing, cooking, and sports, She
likes traveling, food, clothes and sports.
MR, MAXWELL TUNNELL, BMEd, MU
Mr, Tunnell teaches choir and directs the
band. Beginning students are bussed from
Acker in order t at they may take advan-
tage of the music program. Mr. Tunnell
lives at Rocky Point.
MISS LINDA TURQUETTE, BA, SMU
Miss Turquette teaches English and Science
in the Junior hi h school, She enjoys
horses and ranci life.
MRS, JOYCE VOYLES, B,S. BRESCIA
Mrs. Voyles spends her hours at school
teaching the second grade. After school
she sews, paints and reads. She also likes
MRS. PANSY WADE
Mrs. Wade is a teacher aide at the Acker
school, Mrs, Wade lists cooking as an
interest and she devotes much o her time
to her family.
MRS, RACHEL WILLS, Bs, UNION U,
At 8:15 each week day morning one class of
second graders always find Mrs, Wills ready
to improve their minds for another day,
Mrs, Wills enjoys creative art and church
MRS, BETTY WILLSON
Mrs. Wilson is a graduate of Hereford High
School. She is a teacher aide for high
school, She likes happy people, FHS and
dislikes unfriendly people, Mrs. Willson's
hobbies are sewing, knitting, and her two
In yearbooks paste the achievements of
students in various areas have been record-
ed. This year the staff decided to recog-
nize students for their outstanding accom-
plishmentsin added areas. This section is
dedicated to education and committed to
excellence inlthe academic area. FHS is
proud of its scholastic achievements, and
the following pages depict great pride in
scholarly workg l i i
Susie Harris received the
English Award for 1969-
70, She wasialso Districts
winner in Poetry Reading.
she p1aced2I1dfin UIL
Solos and Ensemble,
Terri Covington was the
school winner of the VFW
Oratorical Contest for A
Sally Carter won the
Speech Award sfors1969- A
'10, shepiacedznd in
the girls' division on the A
Electric Co-op Oratorical
Tony Brazeal received
the Spanish Award for
1969- 70. A
Greg Page was the rnost
outstanding boy in Physi- s
cal Education' for the
1969- 70fschoo1-years' A
Sandy O 'Rileyl Was the
rnost outstanding girl in
Physical Education for
the 1969-'70'5Choo1 year
Melody Johnson was the Belly ThO1T1PS0H was fhf
Most Athletic Senior girl District Wilma? 5-UfQIL
for 1969- '10, Prose Reading, A-She A 1
Harold Venable, Senior, received-
rne John Philip sousa Band Award s A
for 1970-71. L, 9 9
A Judy Isbell placed 2nd in
UIL solo and Ensemble
Terry Province was the
Best A11 Around Senior -
girl for 1969-70. A
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,Kill Boals won lst in Dis-
Banks Dishmon received
Kenneth Barton was the 9
rrict UIL Poetry Reading, the Vocational Award for A Valedictorian of the 1970 y
-Ie was the outstanding the 1969-'70 school year. 9 graduating class, He
Ylusic student for the
.969-'70 school year.
teve Jeffery won the boys'
ivison of the Electric
o-op Oratorical Contest,
K e received the Leader-
ihip Award for 1969-70.9
teve placed lst in the
IL Prose Reading. A
9 received the Science A
Award and was the Best
All Around Senior boy for
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Joe Bledsoe was the Salu-
tatorian of the 1970 grad-
uating class, He received
the-Merit and the Agricul-
essie Carte was the most s A P
outstanding Physical Sci-
ence studeut for 1969-70. .
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arol duMeni1 received Danny Hazlewood -was the Peggy Nichols received
e Citizenship Award Most Athletic Senior boy the Commercial Award
br 1969- 70. for 1969- 70.
Outstanding 1971 Jr. High
Band students were Beverly
Baum, '7th gradef and Steve
Baum, 8th grade,
Outstanding 1970-71 Band Members fromithe
for 19699-'70 A
High School were Kathy Baum, 9th grade,
Lucy Pearson and Susiel-larris 12th grade,-
Libby Pearson, '1Othigrade, and Janet Pinky
. . A P llthggrade,
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Randy Wade - Senior FRESHMEN: Danny Carroll, Reporter, Chris Griffin, Student Advisor,
Lone Star Farmer Degree Donnie Barrow, Vice-President, Ricky Waldsrnith, Treasurer, Van
Nichols, President, Mike Molidor, Secretary, and Randy Almand,
196970 Sentinel fnot picturedj won third place in the District Green Hand
Leadership Contest, R
mdwn ,Waf-df' I
Harold Venable - Senior This Livestock Judging Team composed The Radio Team composed of Doug
of Harold Venable, Tommie Turner - Jones, Harold Venable, and Tommie
Lone Star Farmer Degree hiih individual in area - and Mark Turner won lst place in Dist. , and4th
1969- '70 El 'ott won second place in Area V. place in the Area Leadership Cont.
Mafk EIHOUL ' S61'llOI Kay Peafsgn - Senior DOL1g Jones - SCIHOI'
LOHSSIHI FZIYUGY DCSTCC District F, F. A. Sweetheart . Lone Star Farmer Degree:
Runner up to Star Lone Star 1969- '70 T, Soil Conservation Foundation Award
Farmer in the Area Association. T e T y T
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This Poultry Judging Team composed of Tommie
Waldsmith, David Brooks, and Randy Wade won
seventh place in area,
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Paul Johnson, and Joe Bledsoe won third place in-
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Kathy Antwiler - Senior Chris Cobb - Junior' 1 J J Judy Webby- Senior
Outstanding Homemaking 1 Star Chapter Farmer M FV,H,A,i' Chapter Degree
Student - 1969-1970
"The triumph of victory and the agony of defeat , ,
Two well known emotions to those who give up
their time and personal pleasures to represent FHS as
our proud and determined athletes,
During the 1970-'71 our athletic department was
faced with wavering odds, and as our defeats were
bitter, so were our final victories sweet,
Pride in themselves and loyalty to our school have
made those on the following pages respected and
admired members of the 1970-71 student body,"
SCOREBOARD COON'S MOTTO: Here we come
Not to fall
Frisco 24 Allen 18 The mighty Coons
Frisco 19 Celina 0 -
Frisco 18 Van Alstyne 17 Wm Conquer au'
Frisco 28 Princeton 20
Frisco 6 Farmersville 26 ,
Frisco 14 Pilot Point 13 lgtffilfff Honogaekiiskgenflon
Frisco 0 Sanger 13 - .
Frisco 16 Lake Dallas 21 Denny Pfam Mark Elhott
Frisco 8 Muenster 10
Frisco 0 Nocona 40 Honorable Mention
Denny Francis, Mark Elliott
Rev. Bruce Wills Showed C0I1fiHl16d SUPPOFI "Denny, get a good deep breath for you will be back in the game in a
for the Coons by announcing each home minute," says Coach Hayes,
1st ROW: Randy Barton, Leo Ruiz, David Brown, Donnie Barrow, Kenny!-LLowrimore, Clemente Ortega, Joe Ortega, Edward
Ortega. 2nd ROW: Coach Roy Stone, Charles Boatright, Charles Vaug , Jay Beavers, Joe Hazelwood, Joe Clowers, Craig
Pelt, Danny Carroll, Barry Duncan, Coach Gary Hayes. 3rd ROW: Coach Joe Stubblefield, Tommy Waldsmith, Ronnie
Minter, Van Nichols, Ric y Haun, Jimmy Yates, Gary Whitsell, Randy Davis, Bill Rogers, Coach Mike Auld. 4th ROW:
Howard Chancellor, James Hays, Denny Francis, Doug Jones, Ricky Wade, Mark Elliott, Randy Webb, Steve Bacchus, 5th
ROW: Ricky Waldsmith, Jesse Reyna, Paul Johnson, Filo Ortega, Larry Francis, Robert Williams, Robert Liscano, Brad
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DENNY FRANCIS DOUG JONES BARRY DUNCAN
4 years f30y 3 years 4207 4 years 1825
Halfback Halfback End
3 years 1503
Van Nichols 4105 lets
loose of a long pass just
in the nick of time in the
Farmersville game. We
Denny Francis f3Oj shakes
off Would-be tacklers for
a long gain in the Van
Alstyne game. We won
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JAMES HAYS CHARLES BOATRIGHT STEVE BACCHUS
3 years f83j 3 years 1601 3 years 1635
End Tackle Guard
Doug Jones f2Oj runs the end
around for a long gain in the
3 years C615 49
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2 years C815
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RANDY BARTON RANDY WEBB PAUL JOHNSON
3 years C315 3 years 4115 3 years 1805
Fullback Quarterback End
2 years C215
3 years C725
Barry Duncan Q825 makes a shoe-
string tackle to save a possible Pilot
Point Touchdown. Coons won 14-
13! Denny Francis f305 runs
around right end for one of
his long gains in the Far-
RICKY HAUN rnersville game. The
2 years C715 Farmers were just too much
Tackle for the Coons.
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JIMMY YAOTES RONNIE MINTER RICKY WADE
2 years C515 2 years f405 3 years 1845
Center ' Fullback End
CLEMENTE ORTEGA DAVID BROWN KENNY LOWRIMORE
2 years 1223 2 years 1853 2 years 1623
Quarterback End Guard
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EDWARD ORTEGA LEO RUIZ IOE HAZELWOOD
1 year 1423 1 year 1413 2 years 1523 -
End End Center
W, .-.wr r..r War.
2 years 1653
Barry Duncan 1823 and Charles Vaughn 1613 tackle a hard running
Farmersville player. Coons lost that game 6-26.
Barry Duncan 1823 makes a sure tackle on a Princeton player. Leo
Ruiz 1413 comes rushing in to give any needed aid. Coons beat
1 year 1353
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VAN NICHOLS DONNIE BARROW GARY WHITSELL RICKY WALDSMITH
1 Year U03 1 year 1123 1 year 1743 1 year 1753
Quarterback Guard Center
1 year 1703
Steve Bacchus 1633 clobbers the Van
Alstyne quarterback in our 18 -'7 Doug Jones 1203 flat outruns his defenders in
Coach Stone and Hayes dis- win. Charles Boatright 1603 and the Van Alstyne game. Coons spoiled Van's
cuss ways to set up the de- Mark Elliott 1503 come in to assist. homecoming 18-7.
fense in the Celina Game.
LARRY FRANCIS IESSIE GONZALES JOE ORTEGA ROBERT LISCANO
52 1 year 1863 1 yr-1ar1283 1 year 1733 1 year 1463
Tackle Tackle Guard End
FILO ORTEGA' BILL ROGERS HOWARD CHANCELLOR
1 year 1335 1 year Q245 1 year C495
Hglfback End Halfback
1 year 1345
r Randy Barton C315
leads the way for
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Point 14-13 for a
first district win.
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TEAM CAPTAINS: Tony Brazeal, Louis Fancher, Denny Francis, TEAM MEMBERS: Randy Barton, Charles Pickre11', Steve
Bacchus, Ronnie Minter, Coach Gary Hayes, David Minter, Jay James, Donnie Barrow, and Van Nichols,
DAVID MINT ER
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' RONNIE MINTER
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Coach Gary Hayes
B-TEAM: Robert Williams, Tony Moore, Gary Whitsell, Mark Sapp, Gary Box, Coach Gary Hayes, Ricky Waldsmith,
Manual Anzualda, Cody Cotten, Tim Chancellor. 55
A-TEAM: Managers Lou Ann Brazeal, Diane Sprouse, Debbie Fisher, Diane Davis, Debbie Stroope Susie Roberts Sondra
Rolater, Coach Gary Hayes, Janet Pink, Ella Brown, Connie Pearson, Kay Pearson, Lucy Pearson, Bessie Carter and Man
ager Linda Hazelwood.
DIA NE DAVIS
DEBBIE ST ROOPE
Sophomore Q 113
Coach Gary Hayes
B-TEAM: KNEELING: Frankie Williams, Alice Hampton, Libby Pearson, Maurine Brown, Tina Barnes, Marion Jeffery,
Druscilla Wade, Janet Coulter, Manager Beth Campbell, STANDING: Manager Caolyn Carter, Kathy Baum, Kathie
Smith, Cheryl Norris, Debbie King, Coach Gary Hayes, Karen Rogers, Barbara du Menil, Joni McSpedden, June Aaron,
Georgia Morrison, , 57
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in the 56-47 victory
over the Celina Bob-
Debbie Fisher drives around a Pilot Point player in a 38-32 victory.
Debbie Fisher 1125 hooks the ball over a Pilot Point guard
for two points, 5
53 Sanger 34
55 Lake Dallas 24
32 Muenster 48
38 Pilot Point 32
45 Nocona 42
78 Sanger 43
54 Lake Dallas 30
48 Muenster 49
48 Pilot Poi nt 3 5
56 Nocona 46
Season Record 23-8
District Record 8-2
Diane Davis gets the tip at a jump ball in
the 51-25 victory over Allen,
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enthusiasm at the games
by "questioning that call, "
Boys: Denny Francis
Denny Francis Q1Oy puts on one
his dribbling exhibitions in the
game with the Allen Eagles.
Jay James Denny Francis Ronnie Mrnter await
a successful tip as Van Nichols Jumps the ball in
the Allen game
55 Muenster 67
57 Pilot Point 77
51 Nocona 71
68 Sanger 112
64 Lake Dallas 71
61 Muenster 71
56 Pilot Point 77
77 Nocona 92
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out, Donnie Barrow, Denny Francis, Van Nichols, Ronnie Minter and Jay Point player jump high to get the tip at
James can hardly wait to get back in the game, a jump ball,
Jay James makes one of his
Sondra Rolater jumps high into the p
air as she does one of her jump shots.
Lucy Pearson shows her own
style of shooting and proves
that it works,
Sondra Rolater shoots between two
Greenhill players for one of her many
Debbie Fisher shows a Greenhill
player how to hit an outside jump
shot, Our girls defeated Greenhill
Donnie Barrow runs around the base line
and does one of his jurnpshots.
, e A-Team boys show their enjoyment of the Coach Hayes takes a breather from the
ame but they wonder how they could be be- fast action of the game.
In Bernice Stubblefield shows that she has not lost
Mr. Iernberg goes up for a her touch in playing basketball by doing a hook
I rebound shot. shot.
Mr. Jernberg reaches for
another rebound while
Tony Brazeal looks on in
The men faculty discuss their strategy
for the next quarter of play with the
A-team boys. The faculty won the
The women discuss their game plan
against the girls' team. The girls
defeated the women. Alice Almond
looks as though she doesn't agree with
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TEAM: KNEELING: Ronnie Minter, Van Nichols, Howard Chancellor, Robert Williams, 1
Donnie Barrow. STANDING: David Brown, Milton Hampton, David Minter, Dougjones, 1
Sammy Williams, Craig Pelt.
SPRINTER AND RELAYS: Van Nichols, Ronnie Minter, Robert Williams, David Minter,
Sammy Williams, Doug Jones, David Brown, Donnie Barrow.
Donnie Barrow and Sam-
Van Nichols' a member my Williams, who are dis-
of a s rint rela de on .
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FIELD EVENTS: Robert Williams, Sammy Williams, Doug Jones, Ronnie Minter, Craig Pelt
Van Nicholi, David Brown.
DISTANCE RUNNERS: Howard Chancellor, Donnie Barrow, David Brown, Milton Hampton.
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TEAM: SEATED: Jesse Gonzales, Joe Ortega, Jay Beavers, Steve Bacchus, Gary Whitsell, Craig Pelt,
Randy Davis. KNEELING: Larry Francis, Mark Sapp, Ronnie Minter, Van Nichols, Jayjames, Ricky
Waldsmith. STANDING: Scott Riddle, Randy Barton, Martin Cooper, Donnie Barrow, David Minter,
How ard Chancellor, Manager Jimmy Elizondo, and Coach Mike Auld.
INFIELD: KNEELING: Jay Beavers, Jesse Gonzales, Joe Ortega, Randy Barton, Craig Pelt,
Mark Sapp. STANDING: Larry Francis, Donnie Barrow, Van Nichols, David Minter, Ronnie
Minter, Martin Cooper .
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Joe Ortega shows great pitch-
Daily Practice provides Healrhful Bijoyment
Doug Jones shows great high jumping ability.
Doug made it to the state finals in the high Joe Clowers displays pole
jump. He also holds the district record of vaulting ability in hopes of
6'3" Doug made to the regional finals in the winning the district title . . . David Mimef Shows the COFTCCI
100 yd dash, the 220 yd dash, and the 440 yd
1971 Baseball Schedule
3-23 at Wylie
3-26 at Prosper
4-6 St. Marks
4-12 at St. Marks
4-13 at Carroll
4-17 Carter- Riverside
4-20 at Sanger "
4-26 at Whitesboro if
4-30 Sanger "'
5-4 at Muenster
- 5-7 Whitesboro i
Ronnie Minter and Robert Williams discuss
techniques of handing off the baton. " Denotes District Games
way of jumping a hurdle . .
Mark Sapp and Scott Riddle warm
up before practice.
FOUR TIMES THAT WE HAD
PHOTOGRAPHERS COME TO
TAKE PICTURES IT WAS
RAINING THREE OF THOS
GIRLS ENTER TRACK .
KNEELING: Carolyn Carter, Michelle Wright, Tina Barnes, Lori Province, Penny Hale, LaDonna Vaughn, Marion
Jeffery, Kim Jackson, Druscilla Wade, Beatrice Gonzales, Sandy O'Riley, Maurine Brown. STANDING: Janet
Coulter, Debra Slough, Vanessa Slough, Judy Whitsell, Georgia Morrison, Bessie Carter, Frankie Williams, 'Bar-
bara DuMenil, Alice Hampton, Terry Covington, Connie Pearson, Lou Ann Brazeal, Marilyn Tadlock, Cheryl
Norris, Kathy Baum, Sally Turner, Marla Kincaid, Joni McSpedden, Teresa Williams, Ella Brown, Sue Antwiler,
Debbie Fisher, Karen Rogers, Beth Campbell, Sondra Rolater, Libby Pearson, Janet Pink, Sue Rhods, Diane Sprouse.
Coach Gary Hayes, Lucy Pearson.
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BOTTOM ROW: Ricky Turner, James Tunnell, Joshua Molidor, Jimmy Linton, Jesse Smith, Johnny Bob Hooper, Charles
Thomason, Mike Cates, Bobby Duncan, Bobby Fox, Lynn Blake, Raymond Emery. MIDDLE ROW: Wes Marshall, Bill
Dunfield, Blake Vaughn, Mike Kincaid, Bob Rogers, Jack Cannaday, Jackie Davis, Ricardo Trevino, Henry Ruiz, David
Hale, Steven Byrd, Troy Sanderfer. TOP ROW: Donald Johnson, David Province, Jeff Anderson, Tonyjinojosa, Sammy
Turner, Jimmy Holland, ,Gig Gross, Armando Ledesma, Ray Guerra, Chris Covington, Coach Stubblefield.
BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Baker, Beth Beavers, Rosie Cruz, Rosa Gonzalez, Michelle Smith, Melanie Templin, Lynn Jeff-
ery, Beverly Baum, Sharon Webb. TOP ROW: Ann Elliott, Phyllis Thomason, Susie Cowen, Kim Nichols, Penny Craig,
Kathy Carter, Alta George, Kathleen McCord, Ginger Duncan, Nikki Carter, Brenda Pannell, Thelma Brown, Sheryl
Templin, Coach Stubblefield.
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BOTTOM ROW: Jimmy Linton, Johnny Standerfer, Max Bledsoe, Bobby Fox, Michael Ford, Bob Rogers, Charles Thompson
SECOND ROW: Blake Vaughn fCaptainy, Lynn Blake, Chris Coveington, Max Gomez, James Tunnell, Wayne Clayborn,
Kevin Carter, THIRD ROW: Johnny Bob Hooper, Joey Pannell, Rene Trevino, Mateo Artega, Ricky Turner, Bobby Duncan
Raymond Flores, FOURTH ROW: Wes Marshall, Raymond Emery, Bob Griffin, Javier Escobeda, Bill Dunfield, TOP ROW:
Joel Ruiz, Jack Cannaday, Steven Byrd, Ray Guerra, Albert Arismendez, Troy Sanderfer.
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BOTTOM ROW: Ricardo Trevino, Raul Ortega, Mike Cates, Steve Baum, Bobby Bristow, Gary Duncan. SECOND ROW!
Ricky Lescano, Sammy Holt, Henry Ruiz, Johnny Pannell, Mark Holt. THIRD ROW: Klay Keiso, Armondoledesma,
Jeff Anderson, Rey Soto, Ricky Cannon, Ricky Aaron. TOP ROW: Donald Canfield. Davld Pf0V1f1CefCaPta1HJ, Jimmy
Holland, David Hale, Gig Gross, Donald Johnson, Jackie Davis fCaptainJ, NOT PICTURED: Sammy Turner fflapfalfll-
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Practice helps mind and body work together,
The Eighth Grade Coons show that rough is the name of the game
against Van Alstyne.
BOTTOM ROW: Donald Johnson, Mike Cates fCaptainj, Steve Baum QCaptainj, Raul Ortega, David Hale, Blake Vaughn,
Raymond Emery, Bobby Duncan, TOP ROW: Coach Stubblefield, Henry Ruiz, Robert Norris, Ricky Aaron, Jeff Anderson
Troy Sanderfer, Jackie Davis fCaptainj,
Organizations communicate for a school.
Here students learn to accept responsibility,
have a chance for self expression and are Able
to render a service toward a needed function.
All these speak for a school as well as for
the students involved,
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Janet Pink faithfully helped band students meet their deadline on
picture money by each day taking up money. Here she receives
money from Drusilla Wade, Beth Campbell, and Max Bledsoe.
Checking roll is an important
part of Assistant Drummajor,
Donna Elliott's job,
The 1970-'71 Band Council Members are: STANDING: Beth Campbell, Debby Bell, Libby Pearson, Kathy Baum, Kim
Nichols, Wes Marshall, Donna Elliott, Susie Harris. SEATED: Judy Isbell, Secretaryg Lucy Pearson, Vice-President,
Harold Venable, Presidentg Marion Jeffery, Reporter, Janet Pink, Historian,
Chris Covington sets a
fine example for other
band members as he
stands at strict attention.
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Bell, Kathy Carter, and
Marion Jeffery concentrate
hard as they play La Bonita,
Band members Donna Elliott, David Minter,
Maurine Brown, and Marion Jeffery concentrate
on tough band maneuvers.
Homecoming parade is an important part of the band's activities each year. Here drum major Susie Harris leads the band
down Main Street ,
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Baum , Steve
Jones , Paula
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STANDING: Bobby Talley, Barry Vayghn, Randy Ward, Mike Williams, Kim O'Guinn, Bobby Canfield, Kristen Kelso,
Louis Smith, Bill Winfrey, KNEELING: Patricia Minter, Elizabeth Bell, Tammy Sprouse, Brian Fox , Kristen Molidor,
Barry Griffin, Bret Rogers, Roy Lee Stone, Sammy Cisernaro, Patti Hall, Bert Isbell, Mike Latham, lance Jackson.
BOTTOM ROW: Roxie Ann Hooper, Terry Don Fields, Pamela Hallowaiy, Ann Enenina Zapata, Jan Blade, Kathy William
Betty Thompson, Tammy Elliott, Margie Parvin , Elizabeth Lee McSpe den, Woody Flanagan, David Garza.
STANDING: Linda Ishmael, Kathy Hays, Marcie Rucilez, Dale Newman, Junior Cisernaro, Randy Rogers, Tommy Bacchr
KNEELING: Kim Province, Sandra Williamson, Jerry Mayfield, Dianne Thorton, Candice Sons, Lydia Soto, Eddie Carter,
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Ruiz, Joe Hazlewood, Jimmy Yates, Larry Francis, Barry Duncan, Donnie Barrow, Randy Davis,
Craig Pelt, Joe Clowers, Van Nichols, David Brown, Milton Hampton, Ricky Waldsmith, James
Hayes, Steve Bacchus, Gary Whitsell, Bill Rogers, Ricky Haun, Kenny Lowrimore, Randy Barton,
Ricky Wade, Randy-Webb , Jay Beavers, Tommy Waldsmith, Charles Boatright, Robert Williams,
Filo Ortega, Danny Carroll, Charles Vaughn, Joe Ortega, Billy Pratt, Clemente Ortega, Howard
Chancellor, Edward Ortega, Mark Elliott, Denny Francis, Doug Jones, Paul Johnson.
Officers of the Letterman's Club are:
Denny FIS-HCiS - P1'SSidGHI, Paul JOhI1' A meeting and a dinner, subscribed b
Son , Treasurer, Doug Jones ,, Secre- various club members, given every Thurs-
day night preceding the game on Friday.
The dinner shown was given at the home of
tary, and Mark Elliott - Vice-Pres.
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MEMBERS AND OFFICERS INCLUDE: lst ROW: June Aaron, Head of the Executive Council: Beth Campbell,
Reporterg Donna Shepperd, Secretary-Treasurer, Randy Webb, Beaug Judy Webb, Presidentg Kathy Antwiler,
Vice President: Judy Whitsell, Parliamentarian. 2nd ROW: Gail Claybourn, Tina Painter, Debra Fisher, Lou
Ann Tadlock, Alice Tunnell, Betty Thompson, Judy Isbell, Debbie Stark, Debbie Wilson, Connie Pearson.
3rd ROW: Holly House, Tommie Duncan, Melinda Mays, Debbie Bell, Debbie Stroope, Tina Barnes, Marla
Kincaid, Lori Province, Penny Hale, Carolyn Carter, Jeanette Stewart, Kim Jackson. 4th ROW: Michelle
Wright, Janet Coulter, LouAnn Brazeal, Martha Jaime, Debra Slough, Barbara Pannell, Alice Hampton,'Ella
Brown, Kathie Smith, Karen Burman, La Donna Vaughn, Marilyn Tadlock, Mary Helen Gomez, Miss Fitch.
5th ROW: Sandy Campbell, Derie Wade, Patti Antwiler, Sue Roads, Kim Kelso, Judy Hambrick, Suzie Rob-
erts, -Debbie King, Cheryl Norris, Joni McSpedden, Sandra Pannell, Sally Turner. 6th ROW: Vanessa Slough
Dianne Sprouse, Karen Rogers, Donna Elliott.
Kidding around after meetings is a favorite Mmes. Roberts, Webb, McFercen, and -Wood
pastime of Kathy Antwiler, Karen Rogers, ward were invited by the FHA for a panel
Judy Webb, Kathie Smith, Kim Kelso, Kim discussion on "Marriage . . . For Better or
Jackson, and Beth Campbell. For Worse." It looks like "for Worse" won.
New FHA members Tina Barnes, Karen Rogers, Joni Kathy Antwiler's specialty is handing out papers at all
McSpedden, Marla Kincaid, and Kim Jackson get a The IUCCUUQS-
"taste" of FHA initiation.
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Debbie Bell were two who
took care of the children
Mrs. Charles Vaughn seems to enjoy during PTA meetings.
the family dinner given by the FHA,
FHA and FFA members took the bus to the State Fair one
Saturday in October .
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Was it that funny? Kathy Ant- Hungry anyone? Coach Stone Miss Fitch is trying hard to put
wiler seems to t ink so as Judy and Coach Stubblefield are en- the tablecloth on straigll-gt. This
Webb tries to conduct a meeting. joyingl some of the "goodies" is what she conveys to er stu-
Beth Campbell doesn't seem to broug t by the FHA girls on dents . . . anything worth doing
know what to think! "Teacher Appreciation Day. " is worth doing rig t.
Enthusiastic officers help make for a successful club year. Donna
Shepperd - Secretary-treasurer, Kathy Antwiler - Vice- President,
Judy Webb - President, Judy Whitsell - Parliamentarian, and
June Aaron - member to the executive council, Qnot picturedj
Beth Campbell - Reporter.
Kim Jackson, Suzie Roberts fin roll-
ers?p, and Debbie King were all put
back in the sixth grade. No, not
really. These were a few of the FHA
girls who entertained the sixth graders
uring the January PTA meeting.
This gave the giirls a chance to find
out how to wor children. Suzie and
Debbie seem to be having fun, but,
from the look on Kim Jackson 's face,
she says, "Forget it!" flnsetj Debbie
Wilson keeps typing class on "teacher
"Toward New Horizons" is the motto which all
the girls in FHA strive to uphold. The Future
Homemakers of America, sponsored by Miss
Mary Nan Fitch, offers an opportunit for
members to further their interest in the art of
homemaking. Here, Kim Jackson and Durie
Wade stop and discuss what it's all about.
Judyl Whitell wonders how to keep dis-
cip 'ne when club members kept class on
"teacher appreciation day."
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ORGANIZATION Fon Bovs AGRICULTURE
1970-71 OFFICERS: New TIL
Tommie Turner - President
Chris Cobb - Second Vice-President
Lucy Pearson - Sweetheart
Mark Elliott - Treasurer
Denny Francis - Sentinel
David Brooks - Reporter
Harold Venable - Secretary
Doug Jones - Parliamentarian
Randy Wade - Vice-President
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Denny Francis counts the votes for sweetheart. Tommie Turner announces 1970-'71 sweetheart.
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The FFA members participate in such events as rodeos,
project shows, and contests, When boys are not in these shows,
they are busy preparing their livestock to be shown in the different
shows around the area, They also sponsor the Collin County FFA
Project Fair during the spring semester,
I of boots as a Christmas present from the FFA,
Tommy Turner, presents Lucy Pearson with a pair
The four nominees for FFA sweetheart Tina Barnes,
Freshmang Tina Painter, Sophomoreg Holly House,
Iuniorg and Lucy Pearson, Senior.
"Ride'm Cowboy . . . " Danny Baker tries to prove his ability of
Mike Barnes grits his teeth and hangs on to the shovel to my to win the Bruce Hill sells popcorn for the FFA to help
scoop race, Q their bank account,
,FFA Sweetheart, Kay Pearson, presents the award to Paul Johnson Randy Wade won Grand Champion with his Duroc Sow,
won Grand Champion with his Hereford bull at the Collin
A students Hollis McCracken, Robert Stapleford, Dale Carroll, Mark Elliott poses with his Yorkshire Guilt that won him
Craig Pelt, and David Brown work hard to finish their mid-term the showmanship trophy, The guilt was reserve champion,
test before the bell,
TOP ROW: Bruce Hill, Travis Fancher, Bobby Slough, Hollis McCracken, Danny Crowder, Mike Aaron, Paul Johnson,
James Hayes, and Steve Burman. SECOND ROW: Randy Webb, Craig Pelt, Co y Cotten, Ricky Wade, Ricky Hallmark,
Larry Francis, Ricky Waldsmirh, David Brown, Van Nic ols, Tommy Waldsmith, and Mike Taylor. THIRD ROW: Robert
Williams, Lous Molidor, Robert Stapleford, Jay Beavers, Charles Boatright, Donnie Barrow, Dale Carrol, Charles Pickrell,
Gary Whitsell, and Randy Almon. FOURTH ROW: Sponsor, Mr. "Dub" Fielden, Doyle Coulter, Charlie Vaughn, Danny
Baker, Chris Griffen, Mickeal Molidor, Ricky Haun, Larry Sonntag, Danny Carroll, and Edward Taylor. FIFTH ROW: Trea-
surer, Mark Elliott, Second Vice-President, Chris Cobb, Vice-President, Randy Wade, President, Tommy Turner,
Sweetheart, Lucy Pearson, Secretary, Harold Venable, Reporter, David Brooks, and Sentinel, Denny Francis.
BACK ROW: Melinda Mayes, Betty Thompson, Cathy Marshall, Karen Burman. SECOND ROW: Barbara du Menil, Diane
Davis, Susie Boberts,Cheryl Norris, Bessie Carter, Tommie Duncan, Debbie Stroope, Donna Elliott, Donna Sheppard. y
THIRD ROW: Susie Harris, Sondra Rolater, Janet Coulter, Debbie King, Connie Pearson, Sally Carter. FOURTH ROW:
Debby Stark, Michelle Wright, Lori Province, Holly House, Debbie Bell, Lucy Pearson, Libby Pearson, Mrs. Bochardt
fSponsorj. FIFTH ROW: Harold Venable, Randy Barton, Roger Black, Mark Sapp, Barry Duncan, Jay Beavers, Steve
Beginning with far right, Sophomores Mark Sapp and Senior Beta members Debby Stark gon floorj and Sally
Debbie King and Juniors Steve Bacchus and Debbie Bell Carter look as though they have been through one
enjoy a get-together at the Beta Convention, convention too many,
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Clockwise beginning on floor, Libby Pearson, Lucy Pearson, Convention Spgnggfg Mrs. Bochal-dt and Mr-
, Melinda Mayes, Diana Davis, and Cathy Marshall relax after and Mrs, Pena also enjoyed the event,
a long meeting at the convention.
The Frisco High School Beta Club is one of many across the nation, In order to be eligible to join and to work actively in
the club a Frisco High School Beta member must maintain a ninety ayerage in five subjects, Each year in January a state
convention is held in which state officers are elected from the various Beta Clubs through the state. Twenty-two of
lFrisco's thirty-four beta members attended the three-day state convention held in Dallas, Texas at the Statler Hilton,
OFFICERS: Vice-President, Sondra Rolatorg President, Steve Bacchusg Reporter, Connie Pearson, Treasurer, Debby
Bell, Secretary, Susie Harris join Mrs, Borchardt fclub Sponsory in planning for the State Convention,
The Student Council Officers took on many responsibilities this year, such as selling
Frisco T-shirts and sponsoring many speakers. The officers are Judy Isbell, Treasurer,
Susie Harris, Reporter, Steve Bacchus, Vice- President, Jeannie Jones, Secretary, Mrs.
Crigger, Sponsor, and Sally Carter, President.
Most members of the Student Council made it to the meetings before school on Wednesday mornings. They'
are, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Crigger, Sponsor, Sally Carter, Sondra Rolater, Debbie Stark, Karen Burman, and J
Danny Carroll. SECOND ROW: Susie Harris, Van Nichols, and Jimmy Yates. THIRD ROW: Jeannie Jones,
86 Judy Isbell, and Steve Bacchus. FOURTH ROW: Doug Jones, Marla Kincaid, and Connie Pearson.
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Ieannie Jones, secretary of the Student Coun-
'cil, takes notes at one of the meetings while
1Susie Harris listens attentively.
Connie Pearson was just one of the active
Jerry Carney "te11s it like it is" to a group of
Jr, High and High School students during
members who helped clean the trophy case.
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Judy Isbell and Jeannie Jones had the duty of selling Frisco
T-shirts this early morning,
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T-shirts for size,
the help of Susie Harris tries on one of the Frisco
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The cheerleaders who attended cheerleader school at SMU this
past summer are Judy Webb, Connie Pearson, Sally Carter,
Kay Pearson, Kathie Smith, and Lori Province.
Sally, Kay, Kathy, and Connie prepare for the last pep rally. . iw-rr
The Junior High Cheerleaders Lynn Jeffery, Kim Nichols, Lynn KATHY SMITH
Baker, and Sharon Webb help to bolster spirit at the Junior High 50Ph0mOfe
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Long hours of hard work after school are spent by annual staff
members. The typing room had overflowing waste cans, crumpled
pages, discarded pictures, rulers, and blown flash bulbs which
revealed discarded ideas and mistakes, Each staff member knew
the frustration of remaking pages and the importance of teamwork,
cooperation, proofing, cropping, reducing, enlarging, and mak-
ing pictures. Constancy toward purpose, versatility, and perse-
verance and willingness were acquired attributes of a staff member
Elated over the purchase of the Nikkorrnat camera are Barbara
duMenil qBusiness Manager and FHA pagesj, Lucy Pearson
fBusiness Manager, annual staff and student councilj, and
Sondra Rolater QBusiness Manager and Cheerleadersj.
Karen Rogers thinks hard about captions for the
Lynn Isbell, a business manager, was in charge
of band pages,
Betty Thompson, business manager, found time to make the
Beta Club pages, Typing copy is an important part of mak-
ing a yearbook. Judy Isbell, associate editor, made elemen-
tary class pages and academic pages.
Mark Moore, one of the Sports Editors was caught as he
posted to the list of students used in making the index.
As staff photographer, Harold Venable,
showed the correct way to take a picture,
He was also Sports Editor,
Mrs, Fisher, Yearbook Sponsor, helped
Libby Pearson make FFA pages, Libby
was also a business Manager,
Selection of pictures to be used in the
yearbook is no small task, Judy Webb
found it difficult to discard some per-
fectly good activity pictures,
After completing Junior High pages, associate editor,
Cathy Marshall, helped Jeanette Stewart with the
Mike Cates, who made Jr. High Sports pages and helped with the photography
found Jeannie Jones a good subject for the staff's new camera, Jeannie served
as '71 Coonskin Editor and made all high school class pages,
Over the years a tradition has developed at FHS. Special honors are bestowed upon a
group of students selected, by classmates for beauty, scholastic abilitiesgpersonalityy,
and charm, These honors are quite extraordinary and deserve much recognitiong
therefore, we of the Coonskin staff would like to consecrate the following sectlonfgof
this yearbook to our well-deserving "Chosen Few."
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Every year at the half of the homecoming game, the entire football
y coveted honor fell upon Miss Debbie Stroope.
and selects a homecoming sweetheart. This year the
minees as they enjoy an exciting homecoming victory. After .the Selectlon of Sweetheart Denny
Francis presents Debbie with a bouquet of
roses, They look like a surprised, but
Freshman nominee - Sophomore nominee - Senior nominee -
la KiI1Caid Miss Connie Pearson Miss Sally Carter
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This year the Future Homemakers of America elected Mr. Randy Webb as their
beau, In turn, the members of the Future Farmers of America selected as their sweet
heart, Miss Lucy Pearson,
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BARRY GRIFFIN TAMBRA DARLAND JOEL KERBY
CHRIS FIELDEN KAY THOMAS - RANDY THORNTON
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Every student - senior to first grader -
has many moments which they remember
as "the good times." Every senior tries
to remember that certain September
when his first grade began. Many of the
faces have changed , and many are only
memories. The yotmg first grader looks
forward to the time when he will be able
to follow his many dreams,
On the following pages are presented
the many faces that have been encoun-
tered during this school year. These are
offered with the hope that many recol-
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The exciting event of measuring for cap and gown is enjoyed by Senior Class Officers Barry Duncan,
Reporterg Sue Ann Nichols, Secretary-Treasurerg Tommie Turner, Vice President and Sondra Rolater,
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FISHER, DEBBIE FRANCIS, DENNY
GREEN, LARRY HARRINGTON, ANNETTE
HARRIS, SUZANNE HAZLEWOOD, LINDA
JAMES, JAY JAMES, JOHN
Mrs, Fisher assists Sylvester Chancellor in order-
ing his senior pictures.
ISBELL, JUDY NICHOLS, SUE ANN NICHOLS, TOMMY JONES, DOUG
JONES, JEANNIE KIMBERLIN, HENRY
MARSHALL, CATHY MINTER, DAVID
MOORE, MARK PEARSDN, KAY
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have his senior picture made,
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H2 SKIDMORE, CAROLYN STARK. DEBBY STPJNGFIELD, WANDA TADLOCK, LOUANN
TAYLOR, PAMALE THOMPSON, BETTY TUNNELL, ALICE TURNER, TOMMIE
Never saw so much money! Miss Fitch fsenior sponsorj and Sue Ann
Nichols fclass treasurerj count the money for graduation invitations.
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WEBB, JUDY WILSON, DEBBIE WILLIAMS, NANCY VENABLE, HAROLD
President - Paul Johnsong Vice-President - Debbie Stroopeg Secretary - Holly Houseg Treasurer - Ricky Wade.
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MR, CHARLES IUSTUS
MR. WILLIAM MCLEAN
MRS, ANN NORRIS
MR. MAXWELL TUNNELL
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take their test.
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exam easy while Sondra Rolater
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Adams, James 40,189, 22
Almond, Randy 83,124,44
Almond, Tammye 13,132
Anderson, Jeff 66, 67, 128
Antwiler, Kathy 78, 79,80,109,45
Antwiler, Patty 78,124
Antwiler, Sue 20, 119, 120
Anzaldua, Manuel 124
Anzaldua, Naomi 109
Arismentlez, Albert 66,132
Auld, Mr, Mike 9, 131
Bacchus, Steve 41,49, 52, 54, 84,
Baker, Danny 82,83,115
Baker, Lynn 128,129,829
Barnes, Mike 120,42
Barnes, Tina 125, 124, 78, 79,10,
Barton, Randy 50, 53,115,116, 5,
Barrow, Donnie 124,52, 15,101,
Barrow, Beverly 109
Baum, Beverly 132, 74, 143
Baum, Kathy 74, 124, 127, 51,43
Baum, Steve 74,128,131,43
Beavers, Beth 128,131
Beavers, Jay 50,115,99,84,83
Bell, Debbie 78, 79,115,84
Benson, Kathy 120
Berghouser, Carolyn 132
Black, Roger 115, 84
Blake, Donald 132
Bledsoe, Max 132, 74, 66
Boatright, Charles 49, 52,115, 13
Boatright, Curtis 120
Bochardt, Mrs, Ruth 121,127,41,
Bolin, Paul 115
Box, Gary 115,118
Bradford, Jimmy 109, 19
Brazeal, Lou Ann 120,123, 78,56
Brazeal, Tony 109,20,119, 54,42
Bristow, Bobby 128
Brooks, David 109,12,87,83,42
Brown, David 120,51,83
Brown, Ella 120, 7s,15,4,56,5'1
Brown, Maurine 74, 125, 75, 57
Brown, Thelma 128
Burman, Karen 78,8, 115, 116,40,
Burman, Steve 83
Butler, Brad 132
Byrd, Cindy 115, 19
Byrd, Jack Ray 120
Byrd, Steven 132,66
Camocho, David 125
Camocho, Gilberto 128
Campbell, Beth 74, 78, 109, 57,80
Campbell, Bill 120
Campbell, Sandy 125, 78
Canfield, Donald 128
Cannaday, Jack 132,66
Cannon, Rickey 128, 66
Carroll, Dale 115,83
canon, Danny 125,127,52,15,17,
Carroll, Marsha 11,6 J I J
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Carter, Carolyn 78,115,117,116,
Carter, Jack 125
Carter, Kathy 132, 74, 13
Carter, Kevin 132
Carter, Nikki 74,128, 75
Carter, Sally 88,89, 95, 109, 119,
Cares, Mike 128,131,591
Chancellor, Howard 125, 53
Chancellor, Patricia 132
Chancellor, Pete 109, 111, 12
Chappel, Jimmy 120
Clayborn, Gail 78, 11, 9, 115,14
Clayborn, James 132
Clowers, Joe 10, 50,115,19
Cobb, Chris 115, 57, 210, 83,45
Cotten, Cody 115, 21, 83
Coulter, Doyle 115,11'6,83
Coulter, Janet 120, 78, 10, 57,84
Coulter, Terry115, 117
Covington, C ris 132, 74
Covington, Terri 120,42,22
Craig, Penny 74,128,75,102
Crigger, Mrs, Sherry 86,35
Cross, Thomas 120
Cruz, Josefa 120
Cruz, Rosie 132
Mr, Bill 27,16,35
Daniel, Vicki 125
Davis, Diane 110,12,16,98,119,
Davis, Jackie 128,102
Davis, Randy 122,51
DeLeon, Mary 128
Barbara 120, 57, 84
Duncan, Barry 51, 50,49, 108, 110
Duncan, Bobby 132, 74
Duncan, Maxey 120
Tommie sue 78,116,18,
Dunfield, Bill 132
Elizordo, Santiago 125,63
Elliott, Ann 132, 22
Elliott, Donna 74, 78 , 75, 116, 119,
union, Mark 8,46, 52,110,12,94,
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Elrod, Donald 74,128
Emeary, Raymond 132, 66, 67
Escabeda, Javier 133
Rancher, Louis 110, 13, 54
Fancher, Travis 120, 83
Fielden, Mr. W, A, 121,83,35
Fields, Steve 120
Fisher, Deborach 78,110, 56,31,23
Fisher, Mrs, Wilma 16,35
Fitch, Miss Mary Nan 78,108,80,
Flores, Dora 129
Ford, Mic ael 66
Fox, Bobby 66
Francis, Denny 8, 50,49, 53, 110,
Francis, Larry 125, 52,83
Freeman, Karen 74,125
Freeman, Kenneth 116
Garza, Elva 133
Garza, Jesse 125
George, Alta 133
Goldman, Terry 133
Gomez, Mary 125, 78
Gomez, Max 133
, Beatriz 125
Gonzales, Benito 120
, Carmen 120
Gonzales, Emiliana 133
Gonzalez, Jesse 125, 52
Gonzalez, Julian 126
Gonzalez, Maria 133
Gonzalez, Rosendo 121
Green, Dale 116
Green, Larry 110
Griffin, Chris 126,83,44
Griffin, Robert 133
Griffin, Tim 121
Gross, Gig 129,66, 78
Guerra, Ray 133,66
Hale, David 129, 66,67
Hale, Penny 121, 78, 9, 18
Hallmark, Ricky 116,83
Hambrick, Judy 126, 127, 78
Hamilton, Debra 129, 130
Hampton, Alice 121,123, 78, 57
Hampton, Milton 126
Hanson, Ramona 133
Hanson, Ted 129
Harrington, Annette 110
Harrington, Van 121
Harris, Susie 110, 12, 84,86, 87,
Harris, Voyze Jr, 39
Garvell, Ltlan 129
Haun, Jerry 110, 31
Haun, Ricky 121, 50,100,83
Hayes, Mr, Gary 52,108, 51, 56,
Hayes, James 8 ,49, 110,83, 22
Hazlewood, Joe 122, 51
Hazlewood, Frank 122
Hazlewood, Linda 110, 18, 56, 31
Hill, Bruce 126,83,82
Hill, Cindy 133
Hinojosa, Jimmy 133
Hinojosa, Minny 133
Hinojosa, Tony 129
Holloway, Mic ael133
Holt, Mark 129
Hooper, Johnny 134
House, Davey 126
House, Holly 78 , 11, 114, 116, 84,
Howard, Martha 134
Howard, Stanley 134
Isbell, Mrs, Eloise 36
rsben, Judy 74,78,111,16,106,86
Isbell, Lynn 74.122, 12, 90
Ishmael, James 129
Ishmael, Kathy 129
Jackson, Kim 126, 78, 79, 8,80
Jaime, Martha 122, 78
James, Barbara 74,129
James, Jay 111, 55, 58
James, Jo n 111,106
Jeffery, Lynn 74, 134,89,12, 103
Jeffery, Marion 126, 74, 127,10,
Jeffery, Mrs. Betty 134,36
Johnson, Donald 129
Johnson, Paul 10, 50, 114, 116,83,
Jones, Doug 49,52,111,17,19,87,
Jones, Jeannie 11,113,16,119,
Jones, Paula 129
Justus, Mr, Charles 114,9,32,36
Kelso, Kim 126, 78
Kelso, Klay 129
Kimberlain, Hark 11,112
Kincaid, Marla 126,124, 78, 79,
Kincaid, Mike 124
King, Debbie 121,22,78,79,11,
Latham, Joanetta 74,129
Ledesma, Armando 120
Lee, Christie 130
Linton, Debbie 130
Linton, Jimmy 135,134,66
Liscano, Ricky 130
Liscano, Robert 122, 51
McCord, Kathleen 130
McCracken, Hollis 116,83
McGaugh, Richard 117
Mcteari, wiriiam 114,119,363
McSpeaden, Joni 126, 78, 79, 10,8,
15, 101, 57
Marshall, Cathy 111,16,106,84,
85, 91,31, 1
Marshall, Wesley 74, 134, 66
Martinez, Mary 134
Massey, Mrs, Linda 114,37
Mathews, Mrs, Nikki 131,15,119,
Mayes, Dana 134
Mayes, Bernice 134
Mayes, Donald 126
Mayes, Melinda 78,1l6,19,84,85
Miller, Lean 136
Miller, Vernia 130
Minter, David 74, 111, 12, 16, 119,
Ronnie 122, 5o, 55, 54
Molidor, Joshua 134
Molidor, Louis 122,83
Molidor, Michael 126,83,23,44
Moore, Mark 75,111,16,119,90
Morrison, Georgai 117, 57, 22
Morrow, Cindy 130
Newman, Jim 130,75
Nichols, Kim 13O,134,89,22
Sue Ann 198, 111,45
Nichols, Tommy 111
Nichols, Van 126,124,49, 52,19,
Norman, James 13,111
Norman, Mary Jo 130
Norris, Mrs, Ann 114,38
Norris, Barbara 134
Norris, Cheryl 121, 122, 78, 10, 57
Norris, David 130
Norris, Robert 130, 11, 75
O'Guin, Kenneth 130
O'Riley, Sandy 117,42
Ortega, Carlota 134
Ortega, Clemente 122,51
Ortega, Joe 126, 3, 51
Ortega, Eduardo 126,8, 51
Ortega, Mateo 134
Ortega, Raul 130
Ortega, Teofilo 126, 53
Tina 121,122, 78, 100,82
Pallet, Dennis 122
Pannell, Barbara 122, 78
Pannell, Brenda 130
Pannell, Joey 134
Pannell, Johnny 130
Pannell, Sandra 126, 127, 78
Pearson, Connie 122, 78,88,89,
Pearson, Kay 88,89,111,40,21,4
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Pearson: Liiiby'12i, 75, 5v,s4,s5,
Pearson, Lucy 75, 112,13, 16,17,
96,19, 119, 106, 31,83,82, 107,
Pelt, Craig 122,50,83
Pena, Bernado 122
Pena, Mr, Roel124,85, 38
Pickering, Patti 112,31
l, Charles 117, 54,83
anet 117, 99, 51, 56, 57, 23,
Pink, Mary 130
Pratt, Billy 126, 53
Pratt, Dianne 112,31,23
Pratt, Narvell 130
Province, David 130
Province, Lori 78,88,89, 117, 14,
Sanderfer, Troy 135,66, 67
Sanders, Debbie 117
Sheppard, Donna 78,14,117,15,
Simpson, Jerry 127
Skidmore, Carolyn 112, 12
Skidmore, Faye 131
Skidmore, Ray 131
Slough, Bobby 122,83
Slough, Debra 122, 78
Slough, Mary Ann 135
Slouglh, Vanessa 127, 78
Smit , Charles 117
Smith, Danny 135
Smith, Esther 118
Smith, Jesse 135
Smith, Kathie 12:3,7s,11,ss,s9,
21, 5, 51
Smith, Michelle 135, 75
Smith, Robert 127
Smith, Mr, R, T, 26,39
Sonntalg, Larry 123,83
Soto, nita 118
som, Gilbert 123
Soto, Reynaldo 131
Sprouse, Dianna 123, 122, 78, 12,
Standerfer, Johnny 135,66
Stapleford, Robert 118,83
Stark, Debbie 78, 112, 13,40,84,
Stewart, Jeanette 123, 78, 9, 12,
stone, R031 11, 52,15,so
Suingfiel , Wanda 112
Stroo e, Debbie 78,95,114,118,
siubbiefieid, Joe 134, 14, 15, 39,
Tadlock, Louann 78, 9, 112, 31,
Tadlock, Marilyn 124, 127, 78, 9,
Taylor, Eddie 127,83
Taylor, Mike 123, 83
Taylor, Pam 113
Templin, Kirk 118
Templin, Melanie 135, 75
Templin, Sheryl 135, 75
Thomason, Charles 13 5, "6
Thomason, Phyllis 130, 131, 12
Thompson, Betty 78, 113, 106,40,
84, 90, 31,42
Thompson, Frankie 123
Thompson, Mabel 131
Alice 78, 113,14,31
Tunnell, Mr, Max, Jr, 114,15,39
Turner, Cremella 127
Turner, Milton 123
Turner, Ricky 135
Turner, Sally 127, 78, 9, 19
Turner, Sammy 131,15
Turner, Tommy 108, 12, 113,16,
Turquette, Miss Linda 39
Vaughn, Blake 135,103, 66
Vaughn, Charles 10, 51,49, 118,83
Vaughn, LaDonna 127, 78,9, 19
Venablc, Harold 75,112, 113,13
Villarreal, Janie 135
Wade, Brad 123, 51
Wade, Brenda 135,8
Wade, Derie 127,78,80
Wade, Drusilla 127, 75,14,57
Wade, Randy 110,113,87,83,31
Wade, Ricky 5O,114,118,19,83
Waldsmith, Ricky 127,8, 52,83,
Waldsmith, . Tommy 50, 118 , 83, 23
Webb, Judy 78,9,88,l13,14,l6
Webb, Randy 78,50,ll8,96,83
Webb, Sharon 135, 134,89, 75
Weston, everly 131
Whitsell, Gary 126, 127, 52,83
Whitsell, Judy 123, 78, 18, 23
William, Wille 131
Williams, Doris 135
Williams, Nancy 113, 31
Williams, Robert 127, 10,8, 53,83
Williams, Sammy 127
Williams, Teresia 123
Wilson, Debbie 78, 12, 112, 14
Wilson, Karen 127, 75
Wright, Martin 131
Wright, Michelle 123, 78, 79,4,84
Yates, Jimmy 123, 9, 50,86
Reyna, Jesse 126, 53
Roads, Sue 126, 78
Rogers, Bill 127,53
Rogers, Bob 75,66,22
Rogers, Karen 127, 78, 79, 10, 57,
Ro erts, uzie 22,78,8,13,51,
Rolater, Sondra 108,112,119,106,
Ruiz, Elva 127
Ruiz, Henry 130, 66, 67
Ruiz, Leo 122, 51
SaPP. Mark 122, 84
Sanchez, Janie 131
Sanchez, Manuel 131
Sanchez, Sylvia 135, 75
New Students who came too late to get a class picture in the
FRONT ROW: Cynthia Branch, Pam Wroblski, Margaret
Eloyd, Deborah Stanley, Barbara Sirkel, Johnny McCaffrey
and Johnny Riddle, BACK ROW: Yvonnda Broyles, Linda
Shook, Scott Riddle, Bobby Hickey, Larry Hic ey, Tony
Moore, Tim Chancellor, Bill McCaffrey,
Owners of business in Frisco contribr
much toward the publication ofthe 19'
Coonskin. As students look through thi
Coonskin today, or ten years from toda
they will remember this helpfulness ant
support these mainstays of the Frisco
Merchants of Frisco back the school and
community at all times and in all circum-
stances, When there is a homecoming, a
fair, a project, or just a problem, these
progressive, far-sighted business people lend
their time, interest, and effort to the people
of this school, town, and community,
Homecoming bring s many thrills! !
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, i r berlin, who is a
vo luntee r fir eman,
Troop 298 of Frisco Boy N.
Scouts march proudly in
the 1970 Homecoming pa-
rade. Billy Bob Dunfield f
carries the United States
flag and David Province
carries the flag of Texas.
rides on the Fire
Truck to insure the
safety of these
are Lori Latham,
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STALEY'S FUNERAL HOME
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Always happy to serve you is Sue Grant, Owner. She
carries a full supply of Bulova and Caravelle timepieces.
Also to be found at GRANT'S JEWELRY is Vernon Pottery,
beautiful jewelry, and a fine selection of Senior High School
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and its performance. Come by or call Mar- Phone 377 -2697 Or
shall Byrd, owner and operator. He'll be glad 377 -2618
Phone: to help you! Remember, BYRD'S SERVICE STA-
377 -2 531 TION for all your automotive needs.
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110 BYRD S SERVICE STATION
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.. Fertilizers - dry or liquid materials,
or complete blended, bagged or
0 Soil sampling and testing, plant
s Crop planning.
Q Custom application service and
a Pesticide products.
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Pipe- Line Contractor , Inc .
BILL CI-IRISTIE, JR.
We have nothing to sell but
service and We have the best
equipment to serve you bet-
J. W. CI-IRISTIE: Cwner
PHIL CHRIS TIE
Pro sper, Texas
Phone: 347 -2421
a better wa ,
we'll find it.
Thomas A. Edison, the research genius of his time, found
a "better way" of life for the world when he first put elec-
tricity to use. Later, research by the electric industry and
companies like Texas Power 8 Light Company created hundreds
of new conveniences for home, industry and farm. And the future
seems limitless. TP8tL, in cooperation with other electric utilities,
universities and the electric industry, has carried on a'number of
research programs spanning a wide variety of fields- from explor-
ing the possibilities of converting heat and chemical energy directly
into electricity, to developing a vastly improved design for elec-
tric water heaters and taking a part in nuclear study, research
and development programs. lf there's a better way, we'll find lt!
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A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility
Under the management of Percy Willson, farmers are
always supplied with any seed or feed- needs that arise.
For friendly, prompt service, call 377-2486.
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fir. and Mrs. Jack Thomas provide
xcellent fishing, hunting, and boat-
Tig needs along with quality groceries
nd Mobil products at their store on
Eighway 720, five miles West of
risco. Stop in the next time you
re headed toward the lake for friend-
Pf, helpful service.
Dallas Ph. 235-7525
Frisco Ph. 377-2181
412 West Main
Phone AXC 817-289-2737 203 East NW Highway
Mid Cities 267-1281 Grapevine, Texas 76051
1 GRAPEVINE LCCKERS
Custom Slaughtering and Processing
1-Ii-Quality Beef - Pork - Poultry
Wholesale and Retail - Carcass and Cuts
We Have Our Own Feed Lot
BOB ROCKE NBAUGH , Owner
OCIE VEST, Manager
ESXSISYTHQRNTON RQGERS DRUG
Mustang - Falcon - Fairlane - Ford -Thunderbird
Howard Thornton is always ready to
serve you, whether it is in selecting
a new FORD model pickup, Mustang,
LTD, XL, Fairlane, Falcon, or
Thunderbird, or just in for your
Come By and See Him or Call 377-
"A Community Service Pharmacy 7
Main Street Frisco, Texag
JACK ROGERS Registered Pharmacis
Phone 377-2417 .
WHITE AUTO STORE
517 Main Phone 377-3141
CHESTER CLOWERS, Manager
For any home, car equipment, or furniture and appliances,
contact Chester Clowers, Manager White, Auto Store and he
will be ready to give you prompt, friendly service.
Published for and About Frisco.
:lf School News FK City Government News
fl: Sports - We Follow the Coons.
:F Picture Coverage of Local Events
Phone 377-2752 Frisco
A Division of Gould, Inc.
P.O. Box 250
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Contact Kenneth Phillips by
calling 377-2467, or by going
by the Gulf Agency for all
your needs. When you
want that extra friendly
service, use Good
2 ' '74
Twelve years have ended for Seniors.
Because we thought you'd like to remember the
barbecue smell at homecoming, the burn of a tear at
a losing game, sweet thrill 'of victory, fun at class
meetings, the sensation of just being young and alive
this year, we caught for a minute images and record-
ed them in this book.
You'll remember some bad times, but you will
recall wonderful ones, too. Some of us made Beta
Club, some were not so sharp: some showed school
spirit, others were bored: some had five talents, while
others had only one: some used them, others did not.
For a while we were all COONS which is the
connection between me and you.
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