Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 198
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FRISCO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
School Personnel ......
Organizations . . . . . . . . .
Academic Achievement .
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Through vibrating struts we have aimed our candid
camera. From cramped quarters under tables we have
strived for new slants. We hope that our striving for
individuality of photography, write-ups and general
informality has not resulted in distorted panoramic
perspective. We sincerely hope that we have not
overstepped our boundaries of yearbook ethics in con-
tributing our production. If you are able to find a
guffaw or two while flipping through these pages and
yet treasure 'this volume enough to place it in the
bookcase as an accurate record of 1971-1972, then our
efforts have not been in vain.
Those were the days, my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day.
We'd live the life we'd choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
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Coonskin editors Libby Pearson, Barbara duMeni1, and Karen Rogers discuss plans for the following pages.
It is not often that a teacher takes two sessions of teaching at the
same school. There is an old saying among local citizenry that the
majority of good teachers get their start at "Hackberry" Q a defunct
school near Little Elm and Friscoy. Our honoree has both the above
qualifications. Her first session in Frisco was during the year 1927-
l928 after which she left for marriage and entered another career at
Draughon's Commercial College of Dallas. k She and her son began
school at Frisco in 1955, he as a first grader and she as a teacher in
junior high. Later she transferred to the high school math department.
Relating to each person with sincerity, honesty, and care, she has
endeared herself to students, parents, and co-workers. To this teacher
the problems of her students become her own whether they are scholas-
tic or personal. Because of her patience, persistence, and constancy,
her pupils look upon her as a friend and master teacher.
It is with pride that the staff dedicates this 1972 Coonskin to:
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Meaningful and learning experiences compile
the prime factor of any school. To provide learning
situations there must be a number of people contribut-
ing to the success of one aim. That aim must be to
provide better learning for student needs whether these
needs be elemental or sophisticated.
For success in this great endeavor it takes some
to learn, some to teach, some to resist in both and
some to lead.
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CA7 Mr. Harris "monkeying" around. QB5 Mrs. Crigger at her never-end-
ing job of paper grading. QCQ Our dear old school grounds tom up for gas
lines? U33 Griffin and Bledsoe look over potential school site. CE5 Mrs.
Justus instructs Sandy O'RileyKon pattern pinning. QB Mr. Smith proudly
displays plans for the new sc ool building. QGJ Entrance holds many
memories of those high school days. QHJ Mr. Smith and the surveyor plot
new school site.
Board Boosts The Train Of Progress
Monday night is regular time for board meetings, however, they've been known
to meet at varied times to transact school business, and even to take trips to visit
other school plants for ideas.
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MR, T, H, McsPEDDEN DR, E, G, PINK
MR, C, B, PEARSON MR. JOE WADE Treasurer
Frisco School Board
diligently seeks the
most appropriate ways
of meeting todays
school needs. T ey are
alert to obtaining qual-
ified personnel, to pro-
viding a well rounded
school program and
this Lyear to getting a
buil ing program on its
way. ne o its most
exciting times was when
they boosted the train
of progress uphill by
selling the bonds for
the new school plant
and later depositing the
shoul be so lucky as to
have such a high grade
of diesel fuel fcitizens
and board membersj to
boost their train of pro-
MR. KENNETH BARNES
upt. Smith Advocates Improvement
MRS, sAMMY VAUGHN, Secretary
The Executive Engineer driving the FHS locomo-
tive, Superintendent R. T. Smith, has started up the
1972 train of success with a bang! However, this
QQ-year old locomotive broke down, ran out of coal,
or suffered similar disaster and Superintendent Smith
guided the people of the FHS train to accept a pur-
chase of a Super- Duper Coon-Caboose to replace the
qgas-burningj very deeply remembered, but gladly
departed, with a little red cabooseg - THUS - a brand
new fully air-conditioned high school will soon re-
place our dearly beloved gas burning little brick
school house. You say you can not wait? Well,
Thank Superintendent R. T. Smith for his never-ceas-
ing devotion to this truly needed addition to the 1972
.. . TRAIN OF SUCCESS.
A Sincere Smile . .
MR. JOE E, MOEHRI
High School Princip
Frisco High School was
blessed with a very spirited
man, Mr. Joe E. Moehring.
He was hired this year as
high school principal.
When Mr. Moehring first
came to Frisco, many spec-
ulated that he was of Ger-
man descent just by looking
at the spelling of his last
name. The truth really
came out when he pronoun-
ced for the first time "Wald-
smith" as "Wa1dschi.mdt."
Mr. Moehring's great sense
of humor has added spice to
the teachers' daily bulletin,
the announcements, and the
pep rallies. He has led our
faculty through an exciting
year. Mr. Moehring has
guided the high school
through many tough chal-
lenges with great success.
In spite of Mr. Moeh-
ri.ng's great height, he can
still communicate with
most of the students and
teachers down below.
Faculty as well as stu-
dents has relied upon his
sound judgement. In other
words, Mr. Joe E. Moeh-
ring has been an exciting
and outstanding leader.
MRS. RUBY NICHOLS
. . . A Helping Hand
May I Have Your Attention
For An Announcement,
These words are heard by
all i.n Acker Elementary in
the voice of Mr. Bert Isbell,
principal. The announce-
ment could be along the
lines of "Do not bring water
pistols to class under any
circumstances!" or "Food-
throwing may have its place
somewhere, but it is not
the school lunchroom! "
is only one of the many
ways Mr. Isbell communi-
cates with his students. He
also employs funny faces,
the paddle qouchlj, and a
special caring for each i.n-
dividual. His days are nev-
er too crowded to give spe-
cial attention to the solv-
ing of a student's problems,
and nothing is too small to
One may be tempted to
cower at first encounter with
Mr. Bert, but a hearty hel-
lo later, and the smile of
generated cheerfulness can-
not be suppressed.
MRS. BOBBYE THOMAS
MR. BERT ISBELL
Acker Elementary Principal
FI-I Faculty Furthers Experience
MRS SHERRY CRIGGER, BA MISS LINDA TURQUETTE, BA
Baseball Coach C1V1CS and English 111 Engllsh IV Seventh Grade English, Seventh
Seventh Grade Math Typewmmg I and Eighth Science, English II
MRS, LINDA MASSEY, BA
English I, English II, Clerical
MR, ED ISAACS, BA, MA
High School Counselor
nd Knowled e
MRS, RUTH BORCHARDT, BA
Algebra I, Related Math I and
II, Geometry, Shorthand
The recently married Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justus cut
their cake at the party given for them by the faculty
MR, RICHARD WHITE, BS in the teachers' workroorn.
Biology, Physical Science
Se y .
MRS, ELOISE ISBELL, BA MRS, FRANCIS IUSTUS, BS MR, CHARLES IUSTUS, BS
Speech, High School Library Homemaking I, ll, and III MCCh21HiCHl DFS-Wi-Hg, Shop 1.11
Teachers Provide Students
MR. GARY HAYES, BS MRS, WILMA FISHER, BS M Ed
Assistant Football Coach, Head Typing I, Typing Il, Bookkeeping,
Basketball Coach, Related Math II Yearbook
Mrs. Matthews cheerfully responds to the photographer's interruption of her
never-ending chore of paper grading.
MR. HAROLD HILL, BS M Ed
Head Football Coach, and
MR. JANIERNBERG, BS
Eighth Grade English, and Junior
MRS. EDWINA HANSEL, BS
ith Learning And Enrichment
MRS. NICKI MATTHEWS, BA
Seventh and Eighth Grade History,
MR, MICHAEL SPENCER, B ME
Elementary Band, High School
Band Director, Choir
MRS. MARY NAN FITCH STORY,
Homemaking I, Consumers Ed,
As a teacher's aid, Mrs. Willson
finds that the duplicating machine is
used often in her daily work. She
spends three lunch periods at high
school punching tickets, one later
counting and depositing lunch re-
ceipts, and one keeping up with
general lunch records.
Mr. Fielden seems pleased with the
amount of light bulbs sold this year
by the FFA boys.
Faculty Keeps Student
MISS ANN NORRIS, BA
Eighth Grade Math, American
History, Related Math II, Seventh
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MR, W. A. FIELDEN, IR.,
Vocational Agriculture, an
Needs In ind
Mr. Kenneth Walker, BS
Assistant Football Coach, Seventh
and Eighth Grade Math, Physical
Mr. Harris shows Janet Coulter, Bessie Carter, and Cheryl Norris how to
measure out chemicals which is just one of the many procedures used
in a chemistry laboratory.
MRS, BETTY IEFFERY, BA MR, VOYZE HARRIS, BS MRS. BETTY WILLSON
Seventh and Eighth Grade English, Advanced Math, Physics, Teacher's Aide
American History Chemistry, Algebra II
Aeker Teachers Encourage Individuality
MISS DALE DAVITTE, BS
4' MRS. AILEENE STARK, BS
MRS. BETTY BRYSON, BS
MRS. LORENE MCCARTHY, M Ed
MRS, IAN ELLIOTT, RN
MRS, BARBARA SPRINGER, BS j
Kindergarten iff A
And Promote Confidence
MRS, JULIA WATTS, BA MRS, MARY BOALS, BA
First Grade First Grade
MRS, EDRIS ELLIOTT, BS
MRS, CAROL SPENCER, BS
in MRS, IESSIE M, RIDDLE, BS MRS, LUCILLE ASHLEY, BA
Third Grade Third Grade
MRS. IO HARRINGT ON, BS
MRS, MARY IO GOLDMAN, BS
MRS, MIRIAM HALEY, BS
MRS, LAVELLA WALLS, BS, M Ed
Mrs. Spencer helps Angela Williams with a hard spelling word while other
interested class mates look on.
Acker's Faculty Teaches
MRS. POLLY TADLOCK, BS
MRS, LINDA HAMAN, BA
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MISS DIANE LOWRY, BS
MRS, MARY NASH, BS
Teachers as well as these grade
school students Clarence Willson,
and Laurie and Kellie Powell at-
tend homecoming barbeque.
MRS. PATRICIA JOHNSON, BS, Mrs. Springer may be very interested in the water fowl pictures, but members of
ME Fifth Grade kindergarten class were taken with the flash of the camera.
MRS, NANCY THOMPSON, BS MRS, RUTH ANN FODGE, BS MRS, PAULINE PETTUS, BS, MS
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Sixth Grade
Lunchroom Staff Worked
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High School Cook High School Head Cook
Twelve o'clock means good old meat loaf, cornbread, beans, sweet
potato, jello, and milk or something equally as tasty.
Acker teachers are on duty and Sat with students. Mrs. Johnson and
Mary Cisneros enjoy the noon hour.
MRS. PATSY DISHMAN
High School Cook
High School Menu
Iell and Butter
Comy Fogs :Er Mustard
Milt 84 Orange Juice
Chicken Fried Steak
Corn On Cob
Rolls - Honey 85 Butter
Chicken 8s Dressing
Bread Sc Milk
Hamburgers on Buns
Tomatoes 8s Pickles
MRS. GRACIE CARTER
Diligentl Preparing Food
MRS, ELAINE HOOPER
High School Cook
Menu for Acker Elementary for the week
Tomato and Lettuce Salad
Brownies and Milk
Macaroni and Cheese
Cookies and Milk
Sloppy Joe on Bun
Peaches and Milk
Potato C ips
Ice Cream and Milk
MRS, MARGARET PENLAND
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Teachers and students find it hard to wait for lunch when they hear that Mrs.
Duncan is going to bake her deliciously famous rolls. Here Mrs. Duncan
shows what a task it is to make them.
MRS, GWENDOLYN SONS
MRS, VIOLETTE BLACK
Acker Head Cook
Good Maintenance Heralds Success
"L00k. Mom, 110 cavities. " SIT1i1eS MI- BSITOW HS 116 SWCSPS Here is where a stud ent can find Mr. Griffin during
the hall floor, a task performed more than once daily. any of the three lunch periods.
, One of the secrets of a successfully
QL, run school is the care and mainte-
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- ' pppd A ,ch ,Typ are amongithe many things mainte-
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p 3 I its journey of success. 'I'he nice paint
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' ' D A r t k of the maintenance crew
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MR. WALTER GRANT MR. GEORGE GRIFFIN MR. R. L. BARROW
Acker Maintenance HS Maintenance Head Maintenance
Bus Driver Bus Driver
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the football ticilet booth.
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Roger Black, Acker Elementary-
Ioe Grtelga, HS fpart yearj
Milton urner, HS fpart yearj
Minny Hinojosa, HS
Donald Canfield, HS fpart yearj
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Miss Pshawn Long is a Stud ent Teacher in Typewriting I
with Mrs. Fisher. Miss Long assisted Mike aylor with
To work as a student assistant is a status egymbol for some.
Others simply can't get a workable class sch ule and are forced
to become classroom or office assistants. The pay is nil, the
rewards are many, An office assistant fof necessityy knows many
things that go on at schoolg he learns many problems and some
of the honors before the whole school knows. Needless to say, recording,
averaging on the calculator, picking up absentee slips, egypinghmaterial,
checking class roll, and the many other duties perform y t ese people
are done in an atmos here of learning which these students have found to
be fun as well as work.
MISS CATHY BROWN
MISS PSHAUN LONG
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Period Supervisor - Student Assistant 'gi Y
1 Story - Donna Sheppard +3
1 H36 - Randy We wr,
1 J ery - Lori Province
1 Moehringw- LaDonna Vaughn '
2 White - ike Aiken "
2,3 Hayes, Auld - Diane Johnson J '
2 Hayes - Charles Boatright ' y S
2 Moehring - Donna Elliott Q, ,gy S , S J, S Z
3 Hansel - Iva Nell Chancellor 3 9
3 Criglger - Debbie Francis a ' , A fl
3 Fei en - Craig Pelt 3 S f 'tf
3 Hill - Bubba Byrd. 1 " QS
3,4 Hill, Isbell- enny Lowrimore A
3,4 Jeffery, Norris - Lou Ann Brazeal Q it
3,5 Moehrin , Harris - Steve Bacchus J gf ,
4 White - gfina Painter ,, , S
4,5 Auld - Joe Clowers 1 9 'A
4 Borchardt - Beverly Lowrimore S
4 Fisher - Jodie Dougharty ar A
4 Hayes - Ronnie Minter
4,5 Moehrirlgg, Justus - Dale Dishmon ,A f
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5 Crilgger - Debby Bell J .g
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A - Mark Moehring thinks the Sgt gum ball would
never lose. B - Penny Hale and Mike Aaron are
young and sure to have their way. C - Sandy
Campbell and Dale Dishmon will have the life they
will choose. D - Chris Cobb looks to the future
but at the same time is thinking, "Those sure were
the days, my friend."
Six- ' ,
For many Frisco Students, the '71-'72 year was an end of a golden
era in their livesas suddenly, after 12 years of school, they enter the
world of the adult. For other students it is the beginning of an in-
volvement that seems long when they look forward but short when the
time comes for reflection. The pictures on these pages have cap-
tured the excitement of each day. From the satisfaction of cooking
a cherry pie to the raising of a prize steer, each activity was a price-
less memory to warm the heart in the years to come.
Heading toward their
goals in life are Senior
Class Officers Roger
Black - President,
Debby Bell - Vice
President, Doyle Coul-
ter - Treasurer, Cindy
Byrd - Secretary, and
Lori Province - Reporter
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Black , Roger
Bo1i.n , Paul
Byrd , C1ndy
Senior Class Sponsors for this year include Mrs. Eloise
Isbell, Mrs. Linda Massey, and Mr. Charles Justus.
These teachers are a great help to the class officers
in leading the Senior Class.
Gains Class Favorite Honor
If you asked Holly what her main interests were, her quick reply would be Cobb, Chris
water skiing, sewing, and cooking. She plans on majoring in Physical Cook, Bobby
Therapy at NTSU. Mexican food and sundaes always hit the spot for her. Cotton, Cody
Strong School Spirit
Duncan, Tommie Sue
Acquires Title Of Class Favorite
Either Texas Tech or Texas A8LM will be the lucky college where Jay will
go to major in Architecture. But for now, he is satisfied with riding horses
and raising cattle. Where there 's ice cream, steaks, or potatoes, you '11
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Hallmark , Ricky
Hickey , Larry
House, Holly Lowrimore, Beverly MCCHCRCH. Hollis
Johnson, Paul Mays, Melinda MCGaugh. RiCh31'd
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qAy Lori Province looks guilty as she is caught in the act of getting a per-
mit to be admitted into class. Too bad there wasn 't a detention hall this
3 year, or Lori would have been found there every week. CBJ The Senior
'J Class Homecoming Float, with Karen Burman, Richard McGaugh, and
Carolyn Carter riding happily on top, expresses well the Seniors' outstand-
ing support for FHS. On the front rode some first graders to represent the
long time they have before they are Seniors. qCp Hollis McCracken was
' r '2?' s dressed as a doctor on the float to symbolize one of the many occupations
Q S ' Sisti r - f " the Seniors may choose upon graduation from Frisco High School.
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Morrison, Georgia Pickrell, Charles Province, Lori Slough, Bobby
O'Ri1ey. Sandy Pink, Janet Sheppard, Donna Smith, Charles
Last Year Is
Smith. Esther Debbie Bell proudly accepts the trophy from Mr. I. D
Haun on behalf of the entire Senior Class which was
won for their float at Homecoming.
Soto , Anita
Temphn , Kirk
Vaughn, Charles Wade, Ricky W31dS1T1iIh. TOITHTIY Webb. Randy
Seniors Most Likely To ueceed
When asked what his main interests
are, Chris said that most of all, he
likes rodeos, hunting, fishing, and
farming. He plans to go to Tarle-
ton College where he wants to major
in Agricultural Business. As his
favorite foods he lists: steak, gravy,
and potatoes. In the future, he
plans to farm.
A wide variety of interests manage
to keep Karen busy during and after
school. Hobbies include writing,
sewing, and dancing. She loves
pizza and Kip 's Big Boy Ham-
burgers. Kilgore College will be
Karen 's Alma Mater in September
where she will major in Journalism
or Homemaking. Her future goal
is to write a book.
Brazel, Lou Ann
Brown , Ella
Box , Gary
Byrd , Jack
Carter , Bessie
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Was chosen class favorite by the junior class. Bessie
is a member of the Varsity girls basketball team.
She is a forward. Bessie is also a member of Beta
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was a member of the Frisco Coon football team for
'71 season. Jim was selected all-district offensive
football guard for District 12-A. He lists as one of
his interests good food and cars.
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Griffin , Tim
Hale , Penny
Hampton , Alice
Harrington , Van
Haun , Ricky
Hino j osa ,
Jaime , Martha
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Sec. - Connie
Treas. - Libby
Pearson , Libby
Pelt , Craig
Roberts , Suzie
Ruiz , Leo
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riding on the float.
Standing are: Debbie
King and Suzie Robertsg
Seated are: Dianna
Sprouse and Michelle
Williams , Frankie
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Candy sale was a most enjoyable project as attested
by Judy Whitsell and June Aaron. Students somehow
found lt easier to sneak candy into the classrooms
during this sale.
Penny Hale checked interpretation
manual for the PSAT test which
Ronnie Minter, Debbie King, and Kathie Smith said
they did not concoct the stench that came from the
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ject for Juniors. Debbie King sells with a smile to l
Gary Whitsell and Ronnie Minter.
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Louis Molidor sold popcom to Donald Canfield at the basketball concession. Dianna Sprouse sold tickets to the
junior-sponsored Merlin show.
C ass Activities
P311 in the iHHi01' Pl?0jGC1i Of selling magazines. Besides banquet projects there were the regular classes.
First period found Lynn Isbell intent on a civics exam.
Sophomores Eagerly Await
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Barnes , Tina
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Baum , Kathy
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: President, Marion Jefferyg Vice President,
Donnie Barrow qnot shownyg Secretary, Filo Ortega: Treasurer, Gary Whits-
ellg Reporter, Chris Griffin. Also Shown are Class Sponsors, Mrs. Ruth
Borchardt and Mr. Dub Fielden.
Their Junior Year
B111 Rogers and F110 Ortega are laughing at the way the
negative sign was written. Maybe it 's because they
wou1dn't know what to do with it if they knew!
Chancellor, Tim Garner, Cindy Gonzales, Jesse
Elizondo, Jimmy Garza, Jesse Gonzales, Julian
Francis, Larry Gonzales, Beatriz Griffin, Chris
Srs. Of 7 4- Are Proud
Sophs Choose Favorite Girl
Don 't be surprised if you see Kim on an airplane as a stewardess someday
These are her plans for the future. Even though she likes all kinds of food, Miller,
she is a fanatic for Mexican food and Lasagna.
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Wins Boy Class Favorite
Gary plans an exciting career as a Forest Ranger after completing his
college education. His interests are football and basketball, and a big
pizza or Mexican food makes him smile.
Rogers , Bill
Rogers , Karen Ruiz , Elva
Sophomores Work For Future Goals
Slough, Vanessa Wil1ia1'HS. Sammy
Smith, Robert Wilsvn. Karen
Tadlock, Marilyn Vaughn, LaDorma Waldsmith, Ricky
Taylor, Eddie Wade, Derie Whitsell, Gary
Thompson, Frankie Wade, Drusilla Williams, Robert
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After many hours of hard work, the big day arrives. This Flo at was des-
tined to win second place.
Barbara Sirkle and Charles Smith
enjoy being in the Simplicity
de Leon, Mary
was chosen class favorite for the freshman classg Par
is interested in modeling.
was chosen class favorite for the freshman class.
David is interested in art.
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Nichols, Kim Sirkel, Barbara Skidmore, Faye Skidmore, Ray Pannell, Johnny
Pannell, Brenda Pink, Mary
Pratt, Narvell Province, David
Sanchez, Janie Sanchez, Manuel
Ruiz, Henry Soto, Reynaldo
The freshman class sponsors are
Mrs. Matthews and Coach Hayes,
The officers are Treas. , Kim
Nicholsg Sec. , Steve Baumg Rep. ,
Penny Craigg Pres. , Mike Catesg
and V. Pres. , Beth Beavers.
Robert Norris, one of the brighter
stars of the freshman class stares at
the camera in wonderment.
Thompson, Phyllis Thompson, Mabel Trenino, Richardo Turner, Sammy
Weston, Beverly Wilson, Willie Wright, Martin Wroblski, Pam
Eighth Grade A Year Of
Brad Butler and Brenda Wade adorned the eighth grade float.
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George , Alta
Gomez , Lupe
Gonzalez , Emiliana
Gonzalez , Maria
8th GRADE OFFI-
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Vaughn, Sec. -
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M arshall, Wesley
Forward To Entering High School
Sheryl is the eighth grade favorite. Her motto is: "Be
yourself and you'1l go far in life. " She likes basketball
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In Eighth Grade Adventure Prevails
Peek-a-boo! Elva Garza, Carlotta Ortega, Maria Gonzalez,
Carolyn Berghauser, Ann Elliott, and Lou Ann Brazeal.
Barbara Norris works. It must be a hard test.
"The dogs won 't even play Why didn 't anyone tell us that we weren 't having school today? Bo Griffin
with me, " says Bob Rogers.
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Shelia is the seventh grade favorite. She enjoys basket-
ball, baseball and football. Her hobby is horseback
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Hard Work Ami Puzzled Faces
"Everyone hates meg whispering behind my back even, " huffs Travis Ballard while Frankie Liscano looks on.
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Chancellor , Norma
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Those were the days my frlend when we d l1ve the life we'd chosen.
A. "Hmmm all these pictures won't
go in the given space," says Libby
Pearson to Marion Jeffery as she
makes the Beta pages.
B. Robbyn Rolater awaits a tympani
cue from the band director.
C. Lynn I effery practices the French
horn in preparation for the spring
D. Ella Brown gives Janet Chancellor
a few pointers on the Bell Lyre.
E. Jr. High Cheerleaders Lynn Jeff-
ery, Vickie Vice, Tammye Almand,
Edie Carter, driven by Penny Hale
ride in the homecoming parade.
F. Doyle Coulter, Van Nichols,
Dale Carroll, Mike Molidor, and I ay
Beavers enjoy cupcakes and punch
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FHA "Prepares" For Home-Related Careers
A. Everyone and everything smiled on
"Welcome New Students Day" especially MAKER
Betty Thompson whose sister greeted the We "
most new students. B. Donna Shepperd and
Karen Burman "slave" over state degrees
while Mrs. Justus urges them on. C. "I
'luv' Bugs Bunny," thinks model Ginger
Duncan during the Simplicity Fashion Show.
D. Donna Shepperd - Frisco FHA President
and Area V Sergeant- at-Arms. E. More
MODELS! I Janet Pink, Pam Wrobleski and
June Aaron model "work- a-day wonders. "
F. Initiation? ! Lynn Isbell got it on both
cheeks! G. New members are "dazed" at
the change FHA made for them! H. "You
can't eat it Kathleen, " cgiggles Debbie Lin-
ton. I. Miss Fitch prou ly presents "her"
girls: Vice President - Kim Jackson, Sec-
retary - Karen Burman, Reporter - Karen
Rogers, Parliamentarian - Judy Whitsell,
an Member-to-the-Executive Council -
There's A New Day
MEMBERS AND OFFICERS INCLUDE: lst ROW QBOTTOMQ FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Mary Nan Fitch, Advisorg
Marilyn Tadlock, Treasurer, Debbie Bell, Member to the Executive Councilg Kim Jackson, Vice-President, Donna
Shepperd, President, Karen Burman, Secretary, Judy Whitsell, Parliarnentariang Mrs. Charles Justus, Advisor.
2nd ROW: Arlene Dishmon, Marsha Carroll, Sandy O'Riley, Lori Province, Tommie Sue Duncan, Cindy Byrd,
Jodie Dougharty, Carolyn Carter, Esther Smith, Mary Pink, Linda Lockwood, Penny Hale. 3rd ROW: Cindy
Branch, Janet Coulter, Cheryl Norris, Tina Barnes, Penny Craig, Nikki Carter, Phyllis Thomason, Dianna Sprouse,
Lynn Baker, Beth Beavers, Susie Cowen, Janie Sanchez. 4th ROW: Sandy Campbell, Derie Wade, Kim Kelso,
June Aaron, Pam Wrobloski, Barbara James, Sandra Pannell, Beverly Weston, Brenda Pannell, Cindy Morrow,
Mary DeLeon,' Lynn Isbell, and Yolanda Ledesma.
No, this isn't a pageant. These pretty girls, Donna Shepperd "Caughtchya Meri1yn!" Treasurer Marilyn Tadlock
in front, Karen Rogers, Judy Whitseli, and Kim Jackson in cheerfully makes out the treasurer's report for the
back are four of the officers who promise the "New Day coming FHA meeting.
Coming" for FHA.
omin ith FHA
Jodie Dougharty touches up Lori
Two in one year! A first for Frisco High to have two FHA advisors Provi.nce's stylish braids in preparation for
l and also two faculty brides in one semester. Mrs, Story qRight, nee the fall Simplicity Fashion Show.
l Fitchj teaches Homemaking Il, Homernaking Co-op and Family Living,
a new course for boys and girls. Mrs. Justus qLeftg formerly Mrs. Waltonp
teaches Home Economics I, II and Ill.
Judy Whitsell fLeftp and June Aaron fRigl'1tj
proudly display "The Tom Wat Showcase" - a ay eavers 95
money making project of the Frisco FHA.
FHA BEAU J B
Beta Club Maintains
QAD Officers for the 1971-1972
Beta Club starting at the top row
down are: Van Nichols, Vice
President: Jay Beavers, President,
Libby Pearson, Secretary: Suzie
Roberts, Reporter: Cheryl Norris,
Treasurer, and Mrs. Ruth Borchardt,
club sponsor. QBJ Senior members
are: TOP ROW: Randy Barton,
Roger Black, Steve Bacchus, Jay
Beavers. FRONT ROW: Melinda
Mays, Debbie Bell, I-Iolhy House,
Donna Elliott. CCD Ran y fChipJ
Barton takes it easy at the State
Beta Convention attended by the
club January 21-23. QDJ Mrs.
Borchardt relaxes for a few mo-
ments between meetings at the
convention. QEQ This years soph-
omore members are: TOP ROW:
Van Nichols, Randy Almond,
Michael Molidor. SECOND ROW:
Drusilla Wade, Marilyn Tadlock.
BOTTOM ROW: Tina Barnes,
Marion Jeffery. KFJ Junior Beta
Club members are: TOP ROW:
Barbara duMenil, Suzie Roberts,
Cheryl Norris. SECOND ROW:
Bessie Carter, Connie Pearson.
BOTTOM ROW: Janet Coulter,
Libby Pearson. QGJ Tina Barnes
runs with the ball during Powder
Puff game while dodging tacklers
Alice Hampton, Deb ie Linton,
and Janet Pink. CHD Steve Bac-
chus collapses from fatigue after
a convention meeting. QD
Marion Jeffrety, Melinda Mays,
and Suzie Ro erts enjoy the sing-
a- long session at convention. CD
Debbie Bell and Melinda Mays
smile for the camera while caught
sneaking into their room trying to
hide from Mrs. Borchardt.
Late Mondays, Earl
Photographer I im Newman does self critique
on his pictures.
Libby Pearson, Acker Editor, and Sandy
Campbell, HS Class pages, look at planner
Cheryl Norris is making ad pages from
Mrs. Wilma Fisher, Sponsor.
Since this is the first ear year-
booking has been offeredyas a
credit, many think of it as an
easyl course, but nothing could be
fart er from the truth. The year
started last June with the big job
of selling ads. Then came page
layouts, planning dummy and ac-
tual making of ad pages. Some
put off selling unti late and then
came the beginning of school and
picture making, write-ups, head-
ines, layouts and most important
of all . . . pictures.
Suddenly it was Deadline Day!
They slip up so quickly! ! How do
you crop, reduce, enlarge a pic-
ture? Where are the rulers?
What is meant by three-colum-
nar? Who has the technicropper?
I need a pencil. lhave already
made that page three times. Do
I have to re- o it all over again?
Miss? forgot to have her picture
made, what do Ido? Who lost
this cheerleader picture? But
Mrs. Fisher, 7115 a.m. is so early
to meet yearbook, I am so sleepy.
Room 6 became a hang out for
staffers who needed supplies or
had a few minutes to work.
We made mistakes, we hated
the sponsor. We laughed, en-
joyed refreshments. We got
tired, but most of all, those were
the days when we had fun mak-
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Mike Cates is wrestling with the Kathy Baum thinks activities is
Sports pages, the hardest section to make.
Wednesdays Mean Hard ork For Staffers
Mary Pink and Beth Beavers find cropper and headline
amide useful. t
Barbara du Menil is engrossed in making the
dedication pager Suzie Roberts, exhausted,
completes "just one more page."
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to make band Pages. Note the above terminology which is sym-
bolic of the 1972 Coonskin Staff.
Marion Jeffery exudes the satis- Composing seems to be Karen Looking at sample books helps Karen Rogers
faction of getting 3 CaPfi0H fight Burmans' talent. plan class pages.
after the "humpteenth" try.
tudent Council Works Toward
A - Officers for '72 were Steve Bacchus, President: Randy Barton, Vice-President: Connie Pearson, Secy.: Lori Province,
Treas., Van Nichols, Reporter. B - Homeroom representatives were FRONT ROW: Drusilla Wade, Edwardo Ortega, Penny
Craig: SECOND ROW: Joni McSpedden, Melinda Mays, Debbie Kinlgg THIRD ROW: June Aaron, Donna Elliott, BACK
ROW: Jimmy Yates, Chris Griffin, Paul Bolin. C - Marilyn Tadloc posted billing for '73 Secretary. D - Joni McSped-
den spoke for office of Reporter. E - Marion Jeffery won election for Reporter. F - Class Presidents L FRONT: Roger
Black, Senior: SECOND ROW: Mike Cates, Freshman: BACK ROW: Blake Vaughn, Eighth. R FRONT: Suzie Roberts,
Junior: SECOND ROW: Marion Jeffery, Sophomore: BACK ROW: Edie Carter, Seventh.
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Project for New Hi h School
A - Junior Hi h Associate Members: FRONT ROW: Seventh Grade President
Edie Carter, slice-President Kelly Hicks: BACK ROW: Eighth Grade President
Wesley Marshall, Vice-President Blake Vaughn. B - Student Council members,
Connie Pearson, Cheryl Norris, Sponsor Mrs. Sherry Crigger, Marion Jeffery,
Tina Barnes, Joni McSpedden, and Marilyn Tad lock chat informally at the c
of one of their regular meetings. C - Connie Pearson campaigned for Presi-
dent of 1973. D - Cheryl Norris was elected Vice-President for ensuing year.
E - Class Representatives: FRONT ROW: Kathleen McCord, David Hale:
SECOND ROW: Marilyn Tadlock, Donnie Barrow: THIRD ROW: Cheryl Nor-
risg BACK ROW: Debby Bell, Tommy Waldsmith. F - Mrs. Sherry Crigger
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MR. MIKE SPENCER DONNA ELLIOTT
Maj orette M ajorette
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Members of the clarinet section Anette Obeido, Melanie Care of an instrument is most important to a good show-
Templin, and Sandra Williamson perform at Christmas ing and pCrf01'maHCC. Gerry Mayfield gives her Clarinet
concert. a good cleaning.
1971-72 BAND COUNCIL
Maurine Brown - - - Sophomore Representative Libby Pearson ---- ------ P resident
Kim Province Seventh Representative Beverly Lowrimore - - ---- Vice President
Ella Brown - - - - - Junior Representative Kathy Baum ----- - - -Secretary-Treasurer
Robert Norris Freshman Representative Drusilla Wade - - - -------- Reporter
Lynn Isbell - - -Assistant Drum Major Jim Newman - - ---- Historian 93
Kathy Carter -------- Majorette Donna Elliott - - - - Drum Major
Karen Wilson ------ Majorette
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Cooperation, Key Words For Band
Gerry Mayfield showecl tile proper way
to keep a Band Uniform clean.
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New Director Brings New
lst ROW: Tina Clanton, Polly Cowen, Gary Thomas, Terry Mayfield, Marcello Esparzo, Ronnie Phillips, David.Pem-
berton, Debbie Whitsel. 2nd ROW: Darren Hawks, Mimie Martinez, Debbie James, J. D. Tadlock, Randy Harris, Scott
Cates, Rusty McSI1iedden, Becky Williamson. 3rd ROW: Tim Hanson, Michelle Ford, Laurie Powell, Joel Kirby, Greg
Smotherman. 4t ROW: Beverly King, Galen Barnes, Danny Hampton.
lst ROW: Iance Jackson, Bert Isbell, Donna James. 2nd ROW: Roxie Hooper, Annette Stewart, -Brenda Branch, Randy
Ward, Woody Flannagan, Barry Griffen, Sammy Cisneros, Brain Fox. 3rd ROW: Bobby Talley, Kristen Kelso, Enedina
Zapata, Tami Sprouse, Barry Vaughn, Margie Parvin, Chris Molidor, Bobby Canfield. 4th ROW: ,Elizabeth Obiedo,
Elizabeth McSpedden, Tami Elliott, Michael Williams, Bret Rogers, Patty Hall, Janice Blake.
Excitement To 1971-72 Band
Donna Elliott directed the Coon
Band while everyone awaited the
arrival of Mr. Spencer from Viet
Karen Wilson performing at half- l
time show at the football game The band anxiously awaited the arrival of
between Frisco and Van Alstyne. Trurnpeteers Drusilla Wade and Mr. Spencer. Here he gives his interpreta-
Iirn Newman take the Cue at 3 tion of how a number should be directed.
Marching in the Homecoming Parade is an important part of the band's activities. They are shown here marching up Main
Street led by Donna Elliott during the homecoming parade.
Ag officers Randy Almand, Secretary: Chris Griffin,
Reporter: Chris Cobb, Vice President, Jay Beavers,
President: Charles Boatright, Sentinel: Tommy Wald-
smith, Treasurer pose with Chapter sweetheart, qcen-
terp Cheryl Norris.
The National Emblem of the FUTURE FARMERS OF
AMERICA is significant and meaningful in every detail.
Used by members in all recognized units of the organiza-
tion, it is made up of five symbols: the owl, the plow,
and the rising sun, within the cross section of an ear of
corn, which is surmounted by the American Eagle. Upon
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bolic of wisdom and knowledge: the plow is the symbol
of labor and tillage of the soil: the rising sun is emble-
matic of progress and the new day that will dawn when
all farmers are trained and have learned to cooperate,
the cross section of an ear of corn represents common
agricultural interests since corn is native to America and
grown in every state: and the eagle is indicative of the
national scope of the organization,
The bald ea le represents freedom: he is looking to-
wards the right wqiich is the point of honor. The olive
branch and arrows denote the power of peace and war.
The escutcheon, which stands for heraldry, is borne on
the breast of an American eagle without any other suppor
ters to denote that the U.S. ought to rely on their own
virtue. The escutcheon is composed of the chief and
pale, the two most honorable ordinaries fdivisionsj. The
pieces, play qequal in width and of two colors, alterna-
tingj, represent the several states all joined in one solid
compact entire, supporting a chief, which unites the
whole and represents Congress.
The color of the pales are those used in the flag of
the United States of America. White signifies purity andl
innocence: red hardiness and valor, blue, the vigilant
perservance and justice.
the face of the emblem appear also the words "Vocational
TOP ROW: Bobby Slough, Charles Boatright, Charles Pickerell, Danny Baker, Tommy Waldsmith, Mike Aaron, Chris
Cobb, Paul Johnson, C arles Vauglm, Ricky Wade, Dale Carroll, Hollis McCracken, Cody Cotton, and Jay Beavers:
SECOND ROW: Tony Hinojosa, Donald Canfield, Doyle Coulter, Bobby Hickie, Larry Francis, Gary Whitsell, Ricky
Waldsmith, Mike Taylor, Larry Sonntag, Tim Griffin, Ricky Haun, and Craig Peltg THIRD ROW: Armondo Ledesma,
Henry Ruiz, Randy Webb, Ricky Aaron, Danny Carroll, Van Nichols, Chris Griffin, Eddie Taylor, Michael Molidor,
Randy Almand, David Province, Mike Cates, and Sponsor, Mr. W. A. "Dub" Feilden: FRONT ROW: Robert Norris,
Ted Hansen, Jackie Davis, Rickie Cannon, Jimmy Holland, David Hale, Donald Joluison, Steve Baum, Martin Wright
and Jim Newman.
Tommy Turner CCNTRL '71 Club Presid ent, watches
as Mr. Fielden, fadvisorj presents Chris Griffin QRIGHTJ
Star Greenhand Award. Area President, Gary Stretcher,
is in foreground .
FFA President, Jay Beavers, presents Cheryl Norris
a sweetheart jacket from the club.
All the old hands at FFA watch and give instructions to initiate greenhands as they do the duck walk down FHS
Halls. David Hale, Mike Cates and Martin Wright get pretty proficient with the duck walk before initiation
week was over.
FFA Sweetheart, Miss Cheryl Norris, was
elected by popular vote of the Chapter.
Upon winning the title she was presented a
Sweetheart jacket from the organization.
Selling oran es and grapefruit was the Main
Chapter fundgraising project. Steve Baum,
Robert Norris, Bobby Bristow, and Henry
Ruiz open a crate of oranges.
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There seems to be a lot going on in the FFA besides those aims set forth in
the bylaws of the chapter. Initiation week found greenhands doing varied
tasks. Louis Molidor cheerfully shines Mr. Fielden's shoes early in the
morning and sees that they're spotless at any call during the whole week.
FFA Has Year Filled
Mike Cates, greenhand and freshman, wears the traditional garb - overalls
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Jay Beavers uses his gavel to keep
order at each FFA meeting ever Sentinel Boatright listens intently to his
which he presides' charge of keeping the door.
Ricky Aaron wonders why his shop project is interrupted
by a school photographer.
Refreshment time at regular meetings means tpunch and
cookies for Doyle Coulter, Larry Francis, Te Hanson, Mike
Molidor, and Charles Boatright.
TEACHERS- TRLED TO YELL
Wire, briar, muddle, puddle
Three falcons in a huddle
One flew east
One flew west
They met the Coons
And failed the test!
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Dear Frisco High
We 're all for you.
Dear Frisco High
To you we'll be true.
Dear Frisco High
We 're all for you!
Three cheers for Frisco,
The gold and the blue.
Two B113 - Let's Yell!
Two bits, four bits,
six bits, a dollar!
All for Frisco
Stand up and
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JONI MCSPEDDEN TINA BARNES MARILYN TADLOCK
Sophomore S0Ph01T10I'6 S0Ph0m0Te
Make Spirited Athletes
Riding in the Homecoming Parade is a big part of the cheerleader's yearly
activities. Those shown riding are: Marilyn Tadlock, Joni McSpedden,
Connie Pearson, and Lori Province.
Junior High Cheerleaders are: Vicki Vice,
Lynn Jeffery, Edie Carter and Tamye
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Each year during the summer, cheerleading school is
held at SMU. Those who attended the instruction
are: Connie Pearson, Lori Province, Kathie Smith,
Marilyn Tadlock, Joni McSpedden, and Tina Barnes.
Read this expression, please! Is loyalty in the expectant face
of cheerleader Kathie Smith.
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FHS is very proud of outstanding accom- 'fri Q' t LQ, 'I
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achievement of Coonland students. D f
SUSIE HARRIS JEANNIE JONES DEBBY STARK
English Award Annual Staff Award Commercial Award
Donna Elliot fRIGHTJ received
the award for Outstanding Drum
Major while attending drum major
school held at S. M. U. during the
past summer. Donna also won
the award given by the Lions Club
for Leadership in the absence of a
band director. As a band student,
Donna received the John Philip
CATHY MARSHALL JUDY ISBELL BETTY THOMPSQN
05 Math Award Band Award Choir Award
Bring Worthwhile Rewards
MARILYN TADLCXIK BENITO GONZALES
Girls' P. E. Award Boys' P. E. Award
Speech Contest Winner
State FHA Degree
Karen CABOVEJ won the school
contest for the bat speech written
with the title "My Responsibility
to Freedom. " She also won the
Denton Oratorical Contest.
The six students on the left
attended the Area V Awards Ban-
quet for the F. F. A. The Frisco
Chapter received the Gold Emblem
for superior rating in the past year's
work. On the back row are: Chris
Griffin, Chris Cobb, and Jay Bea-
vers. The front row is: Randy
Almond, Cheryl Norris, and Tom-
JANET COULTER TERRI COVINGTON DONNA SHEPPARD
- - Spanish Award 7
Social Science Award Speech Award Area Sergeant-at-Arms RH. A.
Awards At A
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Suzie Drusilla Klay
Roberts Wad e Kelso
James Ann Barbara
BARRY DUNCAN Tunnell Elliott dLIM61'1i1
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...ri Mike Aiken fRIGHTj won
first prize of 515100 in art sup-
plies from Art Instruction
School. Mike also won ac-
claim for his art work in the
1971 Coonskin. .
"71 COONSKIN received the
HAROLD VENABLE merit award from THSPA.
Science Fair And Band
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DOUG I ONES LUCY PEA RSON DENNY FRANCIS
Best A11-round Boy '71 Best All-round Girl '71 Most Athletic Boy '71
Festival Pose Challenges
Science Fair at the Livestock
show featured many new talents.
All stud ents were given a chance
to participate by showing a sci-
ence project which had a chance
of winning an award. Kathy Baum
and Drusilla Wade QRIGHT3 had the
job of watching the projects. First
place winners are shown at the left
of this article.
H tvt' H ,r i i Individual members of the FHS band partici-
V Q pated in the Allen Tri-City Band Festival. Each
- Q f of these girls won a lst place medal.
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Mayfield Williamson Rucilez
Band Members Take Honors
At Irving Competition
1-mc, High Schwl wud Isbell. Lynn Jeuuy, Sylvn
mmgnu are Al ir gpm: .hey Saurhrz. Drusilla Wada - Inu
walked .nay with :qu honors
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DEBORAH FISHER DAVID MINTER BESSIE CARTER 109
Most Afhletifl Girl '71 Vocational Award Physical Science Award
FFA Quiz Team placed 3rd in
Its members are Ricky Aaron,
BaLu'n, and Jim Newman.
District and 6th in Area.
Robert Norris, Steve
Hard ork Brings
District lst place winner was the FHS Greenhand Con-
ducting Team. It was also 5th in Area. Conductors
on the back row are: Jimmy Holland and David Hale
On front row are: Ricky Cannon, Jackie Davis, Donald
Johnson and Mike Cates.
Chapter Farmer Conducting Team won 3rd in District.
Its members are: BACK R W: Van Nichols, Donnie
Barrow, Rickydwaldsmith, and Chris Griffin. FRONT
ROW: Mike olidor, Danny Carroll, Randy Almond,
and Mr. W. A. Fielden,
qPictured at lefty Judy Webb Qcenter fronty was chosen
"Miss Farmersvillen and "Miss Congeniality" in the
Miss America Contest. Susie Harris fLeftp was her
2nd runner-up. The other two girls are the emcee
qcenter standingj and the previous year's winner, Miss
Betty Jo Williams.
State Farmer Degree The Farm Radio Team placed lst in District and 2nd in Area
Its members are Mike Aaron, Paul Johnson, and Chris Cobb.
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Betty Crocker is a Senior Girl Award for the highest score on
TOMMY WALDSMITH a 50-min. SRA Homemaker of tomorrow test. Marsha Car-
roll was one of 652, 220 girls in the nation who took the test.
She was the girl with the highest score in Frisco School and
has been named Homemaker of Tomorrow of FHS.
State Farmer Degree
CHRIS GRIFFIN TOMMY TURNER CHR-IS C0313
Star Greenhand Agriculture Award Top Dairy Judging Individual
State Farmer Degree
Victory Or Defeat
This has been one of the most enjoyable seasons
I have ever had. This is for several reasons, the
biggest one being the fine young men I had the
pleasure of coac ing. Another reason is the fine
coaching staff, consisting of some of the best
gentlemen Ihave ever worked with. The admin
istration and school board have been wonderful,
the student body has been one of the best. This
all leads to a great school and athletics deplart-
Head Coach Coach mem! C030 Hill
MR. HAROLD HILL MR. GARY HAYES
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COHCI1 Coach Coach
MR. KENNY WALKER MR. MIKE AULD MR. IAN IERNBERG Squad
TOP ROW: Gary Whitsell, Jimmy Chappell, Brad Wade, Ricky Waldsmith, Larry Francis, Ronnie Minter, Jimmy
Yates, David Brown. SECOND ROW: Coach Walker, Coach Auld, Steve Bacchus, Tommy Waldsmith, Milton
Hampton, Van Nichols, Leo Ruiz, Craig Pelt, Donnie Barrow, Jesse Gonzales, Coach Hill. THIRD ROW: Manager'
Jimmy Elizondo, Jesse Reyna, Edwardo Ortega, Joe Clowers, Bill Rogers, Jay Beavers, Randy Webb, Charles Boat-
right, Charles Vaughn, Coach Hayes. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Williams, Danny Carroll, Kenny Lowrimore, Randy
Barton, Clemente Ortega, Joe Ortega, Filo Ortega.
Thanks Expressed To Long-Time Coon Assistant
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0 Allen O
18 Celina 2 '7
14 Van Alstyne 14
O Farmersv ille 2 1 P
30 Princeton 8 '
2 '7 Sanger O
6 Lake Dallas 0
2 0 Muenster 2 3
15 Noc ona 2 '7
20 Pilot Point 35
Mr. Benton Staley
For approximately! twenty years, Mr. Benton Staley has
helpe Frisco Hig School Coons tremendously.
Mr. Staley qbetter known as BENTONJ has given of his time
to rush injured athletes from the school to the doctor or
hospital or to render first aid wherever needed.
l To show our gratitude for his way of helping our school,
j the Coonskin Staff would like to pay Uibute to him on these
Coach Hill instructs Filo Ortega before sending him into the
All senior boys acted as Captains at the last home game.
RANDY BARTON, Captain CHARLES BOATRIGHT, Captain RANDY WEBB, Captain
4 years C313 Halfback 4 years Q6OJ Tackle 4 years C113 H5
Halfback, Offense, Defense Tackle, All-District E d
All Collin Co. Back, Hon. Mention All Collin County Defensive Guard n
Youthful Coons Gain
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4 years C723 4 years fl-333 4 years 4515 3 years C815
Tac kle Guard Guard Tight End
Howard Thorton announced for the Coons at each home
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3 yrs. f51J Middle Linebacker
Denton All Area Off. Tackle
3 years C405
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Ricky Waldsmith 4523 expresses excitement as Charles
Vaughn q61p recovers a fumble for a touchdown in the
Van Alstyne game. That Frisco Homecoming ended in
a tie 14-14.
Coach Harold Hill instructs the Frisco
KENNY LOWIMORE defense in the Princeton game.
3 years ff-343
aluable Playing Experience
CLEMENT ORTEGA CRAIG PELT DAVID BROWN RUIZ
3 years 4865 3 years f325 3 years 0195 2 Years f857
Flanker Halfback Flanker Tlght End
Hon. Mention! End
Donnie Barron E135 haulsidown a Sanger Indian as he S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-S for more yardage.
2 years 1105
All Collin County Back,
Denton A11 Area,
Sophomore of the Year
DONNIE BARROW iw 3 1 1
2 years Q 125 ' 3
Quarterback ' A A ' iz-:fi izr
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Van Nichols q105 scrambles for big yardage in the Princeton Q53 1
game. Coons won that game 30-8. 117
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2 years 1415 Halfback
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BRAD WADE FILO JOE ORTEGA GARY WHITSELL
2 years 4505 2 V853 48 J Denton All Area Defensive 2 years C747
Center 813111: End -- V- - f- Af ' H ' '
LakeJDallas. Coons won 6-O.
Defensive men Tommy Waldsmith C729 and Jilnmsr 'Yates
q5lJ rest on the sideline after turning the ball over to the
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EDWARD ORTEGA WALDSMITH
2 years 4283 2 years f52j
Split End Center
JESSE REYNA BILL ROGERS MILTON HAMPTON
2 years C705 2 years 4623 2 years 4355
Guard Guard Halfback
YRobert Williams cuts upfield against Sanger
defenders. The score of that game: Frisco
27 and Sanger 0.
Donnie Barrow 4123 passes against a
strong Princeton rush.
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1 year C715
W PACK ROW: Cach Walker, Steve Baum, Jeff Anderson, David Province, Gig Gross, Jimmy Holland, Amando
Ledesma, Henry Ruia, Ricky Liscano, Bobby Bristow, Coach Auld. FRONT ROW: Sammy Turner, Donald Johnson,
Mike Cates, Jackie Davis, Ricardo Trevino, David Hale, Martin Wright, Raul Ortega.
upport, Teamwork, Sportsmanshil
VAN NICHOLS DONNIE BARROW RANDY BARTON GARY WHITSELL RONNIE MINTER
F01'Wafd C105 Forward C127 ' Guard, Captain fllj Guard f15J Center C223
Tommy Bacchus 3W31tS tlckct change Van Nichols pauses in mid-air as he takes
from Mrs. Sammie Vaughn at a home careful aim at the ggalu
The ball went that-a-way,
TOP ROW: Ricky Waldsmith, Ronnie Minter, Tim Chancellor. MIDDLE ROW: Tony Moore, Gary Whitsell,
Robert Williams. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Hayes. MANAGERS: Karen Rogers, and Dianna Sprouse, Van Nichols,
Randy Barton, Donnie Barrow. MANAGERS: Libby Peaison and Susie Cowan. NOT PICTURED: David Brown and
ay Off for Athletes
in the Pilot Point game.
Donnie Barrow C123 shoots for
two against Wylie.
David Brown C213
The photographer called the picture process
"stretching," FHS players may be identified as Van
Nichols, Tony Moore and Gary Whitsell who is jump-
ing. The opponent team is dressed in the white
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RICKY WALDSNHTH ROBERT WILLIAMS TIM CHANCELLOR
Center 1133 Guard 414, 235 Center 4249
Van Nichols shoots for two points David Brown drives for a lay up against Wylie
TONY MOORE MARK SAPP
Forward f207 Guard f22J
Randy Barton leaps upward to score against
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Muenster - - - - - - - - - -56
Pilot Point - - - - 63
Nocona - - - - 58
Sang er ---- - - 53
Lake Dallas R - - 1- - 62
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Lake Dallas - - 56
Muenster - - - 45
Pilot Point - - - 42
Nocona ------------- - - 62
DISTRICT GAME - Pilot Point - - - - - 31
BI DISTRICT GAME - Carroll - - - - 45
B- TEAM: BACK ROW: Manuel Anzualda, Mark Sapp, Milton Hampton. FRONT ROW: Coach Walker, Steve
Ronnie Storey, Bill Rogers, Mike Cates.
Of School Life
No one makes tastier popcom than Dub Field en. Basket-
ball fans keep him in a thriving concession business.
Bessie Carter does it with ease at the Princeton
I 'l Wk ' - 'UMKC " ball game.
Martin Wright is always willing to lend a hand at the basket-
ball concession stand.
B TEAM: BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Isbell, Drusilla Wade, Tina Barnes, Debbie Linton, Beth Beavers, Beatrice Gonzales
and Kim Jackson. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Gary Hayes, Marion Jeffery, Thelma Brown, Alice Hampton, Penny Craig,
Janet Coulter. TOP ROW: Minnie Hinojosa, Ginger Duncan, Karen Rogers, Kim Kelso, and Libby Pearson. 123
Basketball Girls Are
A-TEAM TOP ROW: Joni McSpedden, Suzie Roberts, Ella Brown, Barbara duMenilg MIDDLE ROW: Coach Hayes,
Debbie King, Cheryl Norris, Connie Pearson, Kathy Baum, Frankie Williamsg BOTTOM ROW: Susie Cowen, Dianna
Sprouse, Bessie Carter, Maurien Brown, Kim Nichols, Libby Pearson, and Tina Barnes.
ELLA BROWN C223 Coppell MAURINE BROWN Q21Q FR-ANKIE WILLIAMS C123 BESSIE CARTER 1233
and Howe All-Tournament Forward Forward Forward, Captain
BARBARA duMENIL C245 KATHY BAUM C153 DEBBIE KING f13J KIM NICHOLS QZOD
Forward Forward Guard Guard
IONI MCSPEDDEN 4523 CONNIE PEARSON 4103 sUz1E ROBERTS 4113 CHERYL NoRR1s 4443
Guard Guard Howe All- Tournament Guard, Dist. 2nd Guard
Hon. Mention Guard Dist. Guard A11- State Nominee
Dist. lst Guard 3rd Team All State
Ella Brown gets the edge in a jump ball during the
Valley View game.
Ella Brown 4223 climaxes a play
against Carroll with two points.
1 Bessie Carter shoots a free
Kathy Baum uses the left-handed dribble in the Bi- Frankie Williams shoots, regardlessg shot, Her accuracy in
DiSfIiC'C game with C31'rOl1. quite often she makes it, too, as is free shots helped win the
shown. district game.
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Seventh Grade Quarterback, Charlie Weston 1135 rushes past would be
Celina tacklers for a touchdown. Coons won that game 22-O.
Junior High Coach
MR. JAN .TERNBERG
Troy Sanderfer gains tough yardage against Celina.
Coons won 12-6.
Flores, David Cavillo, Johnny HOOpCr, Jimmy Li11IOI1- 2nd ROW: James Tunnell, Ricky Cavillo, Kevin Carter,
Brad Butler, Rene Trevino, Bob Griffin, Bobby Duncan, Lynn Blake. 3rd ROW: Wes Marshall, Jack Cannaclay,
Johnny Standerfer, Bill Dunfield, Bobby Fox, Max Gomez, Marshall Rogers. BACK ROW: Chris Covington,
Troy Sanderfer, Blake Vaughn, Joel Ruiz, Javier Escabeda, Steven Byrdf Albert Arizmendez, Bob Rogers.
FRONT ROW: Joshua Molidor, Charles Thomason, Jimmy Hinojosa, Billy Cook, Raymond
Sth GRADE SCORES
Frisco - - -12 6
Frisco - - -18 Pottsboro - - - 32
Frisco - - -28 Sanger - - - - 14
Frisco - - -20 Lake Dallas - - 18
Frisco - - -20 Nocona - - - -
2 Pilot Point - - -
Frisco - - -
Frisco - - -
7th GRADE SCORES
Frisco - - -22 Celina - - - - - 0
Frisco - - - 0 Valley View - -22
Frisco - -- 8 Sanger ---- - 6
Frisco--- O Denton-----8
Frisco - - - 0 Nocona - - - - 16
Ricky Tumer kicks off against Lake Dallas after one of the Eighth Grade
Coons' three touchdowns. Frisco beat Lake Dallas 20-18.
Tension builds before a game. Johnny Hooper, Allen
King, Bo Griffin, Blake Vaughn, Bobby Fox, Lupe
Gomez, Ricky Carvillo, Bobby Duncan.
Mr. Hayes holds caucus with Johnny Sanderfer,
Ricky Cavillo, Bobby Duncan, Johnny Hooper,
Mitchell Duke, Rene Trevino, Jerry Hamilton,
Mateo Ortega, Ray Guerra, Charles Thomason,
SEVENTH GRADE: BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth Carter, David Froggatt, Frankie Liscano, Billy Templin, Kelly
Hicks, Mark Molidor, Julian Martinez, Steve Clark. MIDDLE ROW: Larry Davis, Tommy Bacchus, Dale
Newman, Jackie Thomas, Sammy Holland, Ricky Ward, Kenneth McGaugh, Jeff Sheppard. TOP ROW: Terry
Chappell, Hosea Rodriquiz, Tim Taylor, Jerry Hamilton, Narciso Cisneros, Armando Elizondo, Allen King,
I eff Davis.
Jr. Hi Girls Have Rewarding Season
Eighth Grade Basketball
BOTTOM ROW: Manager Ann Elliot, Sharon Webb, Sheryl Templin, Rosa Gonzalez, Lynn leffry, Beverly Baum
Brenda Wade, Michelle Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Hayes, Patricia Chancellor, Kathy Carter, Terry Hale,
Melanie Templin, Pam Mireau, Janet Chancellor, TOP ROW: Rita Davis, Carolyn Berghauser, Alta George,
Martha Howard, Robbyn Grounds, Barbara Norris.
Seventh Grade Basketball
BOTTOM ROW: Manager Dianne Cavillo, Candace Sons, Gerry Mayfield, Robbyn Rolater, Sheila Davis, Vicky
Vice, Manager Tammye Almand. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Iernberg, Kim Province, Edie Carter, Marcia Rucilez,
Dianne Thornton. TOP ROW: -Sandra Williamson, Bonnie Thompson, Linda Ishmael.
BOYS' TRACK: SEATED: Ray-
mond Flores, Billy Cook, Mark
Molidor, Timmy Taylor.
KNEELING: Edwardo Ledesma,
Josh Molidor, Ricky Cavillo,
Larry Davis, Frankie Liscano,
Yackie Thomas, Lorenzo Flores,
lose Rodriguez, Geoffrey Gross.
STANDING: Coach Jernberg,
Charles Weston, Albert Arismen-
dez, Rick Turner, Blake Vaughn,
Armando Elizondo, Troy Sander-
fer, Ray Guerra, Johnny Stander-
fer, Chris Riddle.
BOYS' BASKETBALL: FRONT
ROW: Coach Jernberg, Joshua
Molidor, David Cavillo, Billy
Cook, Kelly Hicks, Jimmy
Hinojosa, llen Kingj Manlaxger
George Cavillo, MI DLE: ax
Bledsoe, Charlie Weston, Ricky
Cavillo, Ricky Turner. TOP:
Troy Sanderfer, Bob Rogers,
Blake Vaughn, Chris Covington,
aisles Marshall, Albert Arismen-
Coons Work Against the Clock
GIRLS' TRACK: SEATED: Pam Mireau, Diane Cavillo, Robbynn Rolater, Sharon Webb, Bonnie Thompson, Sylvia
Garza, Candace Sons, Kim Province, Marcy Rucilez, Carlotta Ortega, Shelia Davis. MIDDLE ROW: Cathy Carter,
Diane Thorton, Sheryl Templin, Martha Howard, Lynn Jeffery, Alta George, Beverly Baum, Rosa Gonzalez, Vicki Vice,
Elva Garza, Brenda Wade, Tammye Alrnand, Melanie Templin. STANDING: Rita Davis, Michelle Smith, Gerry May-
field, Patricia Chancellor, Sandra Williamson, Pamela Jones, Carolin Berghauser, Janet Chancellor, Edie.Carter, Terri
Hale, Robin Grounds, Yolanda Rodriguez.
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Maurine Brown. KNEELING: Mabel Thompson, Marion Jeffery, Michelle Wright, Kim Nichols, Janet
Coulter, Carolyn Carter, Libby Pearson, Kathy Baum. STANDING: Frankie Thompson, Verna Miller,
Thelma Brown, Ella Brown, Karen Burman, Cheryl Norris, Joni McSpedden, Barbara duMeni1. fNot
Pictured: Debbie Lmwnp.
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Martin Wright, Mike Cates, Henry Ruiz, Clemente Ortega. STANDING: Milton
Hampton, Donnie Barrow, Van Nichols, Sammy Williams.
HURDLERS: KNEELING: Donald
Johnson, Clemente, Orte a.
STANDING: Sammy Wilgiarus,
'71 FIRST YEAR FOR GIRLS' TRACK TEAM AT FHS
The following District winners went to Regional:
Event Student ' Aw ard
440 Relay Cheryl Norris, Lucy 1
Pearson, Ella Brown,
100 yd Dash Ella Brown 2
60 yd Dash Cheryl Norris 2
80 yd Hurdles Joni McSpedden l
80 yd Hurdles LUCY Pearson 1
Broad Jump Ella Brown l
440 Run Beth Campbell 1
880 Relay Libby Pearson, Kathy Baum,
Maurine Brown, Beth Campbell 1
Mile Relay Sue Rhodes, Libby Pearson 2
Marion Jeffery, Beth Campbell
The following Regional Winners went to State
440 Relay Team 2
High Jump Ella Brown 3
Hurdles Joni McSpedden 1
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Jimmy Yates, Randy Barton, and Van Nichols.
Cahppell, Dennie Barrow, Sammy Williams, UIDITIY Yates Shows the
KNEELING: Raul Ortega, Martin Wright, flght Wal' I0 Put the Shot-
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Teamwork Key in Baseball Season
A. A few boys were not present at the picture taking B. Coach Hill surveys the baseball team while manager
session. They clown around for fun at this session. Jimmy Elizondo plays bat boy.
Standing are: Randy Barton, Steve Bacchus, and Van
Nichols. Kneeling are: .Tay BCSWGIS and Gary Whifsell- C. Gig Gross, catchers, receives one of Joe Ortega's hard
BASEBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Clemente Ortega, Edwardo Ortega, Ricky Waldsmith, Donnie Barrow, and Ronnie Minter.
STANDING: Joe Ortega, Filo Ortega, Raul Ortega, Mark Sapp, Gig Gross, Jackie Davis, Kenneth lowrimore, and Coach
Coons Drive to Win in Golf
. Scott Riddle and Randy Webb take a swing or
two with the clubs.
Tim Griffin tries to drive a hole in one.
Mr. Moehring gives Cody Cotten and Mark
Sapp pointers on holding the iron.
Louis Molidor, Cody Cotten, Mark Sapp, Mr.
Moehring, Tim Griffin, and Gary Whitsell
are determined to have a good season.
Mr. John Niland, Dallas Cowboy Guard, speaks at
the All- Sports Banquet.
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Basketball Coach Hlalyes delivers the sportsman
ship trophy to Mr. oehring for display in the
school trophy case. The award was presented
to Coach Hayes at a banquet given by South-
west Basketball Officials Association. This
group endows only two such awards each year,
one to a Texas team and one to an Oklahoma
team. The trophy is given for best sportsman-
ship of basketball teams coaches, and spectators
May ' Joni McSpedden
The Coonskin Staff sponsored a new hon-
or this year - Student of the Month. One
mornin? of each month Mr. Moehring in-
stmcte each pupil to write his choice of a
student most representative of all FHSers to
be Student of the Month. Ballots were col-
lected and staff members counted votes.
All nominees were posted on the bulletin
board and a picture of the winner for the
month was displayed in the entrance hall.
November - Connie Pearson
December - Suzie Roberts
October - Jay Beavers
January - David Brown
September - Randy Barton
February - Van Nichols
April - Craig Pelt
March - Kathie Smith
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The Speech Class Stars Provided
Entertainment At Christmas Time
This year at Christmas time the speech class of
FHS put on a very unusual play. They per-
formed at PTA and also at the assembly the day
we were dismissed for the holidays. On these
two pages we have tried to show the highlights
of the play.
Paul Bolin in his stunning outfit was the sign
changer for the different scenes in the play.
This is the clazz-room that is mentioned above. In the Clazz-room we have y
teacher Mr. Joe Clowers and students Shellia Ballard, Linda Lockwood, and Ricky f . I
Haun, Here Chris Cobb is doing his flirt-
ing with the beautiful Miss Gerl-
dine qMike Aaronp.
Robber Maxey Duncan with his bag of goodies is
caught by old lady Linda Lockwood with her fear-
ful water pistol.
Beta lub Involvement
The Frisco High School Beta Club
is very involved with the goings
on at the school. Every year, as
most everyone knows the club
sponsors a "Powder Puff Football
Game." The purpose of this
game is to make money in order
for the members to attend the
annual Texas Beta Convention.
This convention is held at the
Statler Hilton Hotel in Dallas,
Texas. We hope that you will
enjoy this small portion of the
FHS Beta Club.
Look Ruth . . . Debbie has no Beuleh CRandyy Barton cheers for the mighty
cavities! ! ! Beta Bullets.
Tina Barnes is remembering the
fBOTTOM RIGHT5 Van Nichols, Randy Barton,
and Donnie Barrow say they would walk a mile k
to a Beta Convention.
fBOTTOM LEFTy Marion Jeffery demonstrates
the wonderful accommodations at the Statler
Hilton during the Beta Convention.
Mr. Moehrrng enJoys the Beta
Convention. He was the -
Ruth Borchardt .
at sponsor this year along with Mrs.
Would you believe Sleeprng Beauty?
Those Were The Days When
This is the very talented group called the Revelies from the First Baptist
Church of Plano that provided the entertainment for the talent show at the
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This little clown, Donnie Phillips, is
pitching the hoop in hopes he will ring
Mrs. Patsy Aaron is throwing a dart at the balloons while Penny Hale, June
Bonnie Tompson is trying her luck at Aaron, and Choice Templin look to see the results.
throwing the ball in the hole. ls she go-
ing to make it?
The Goblins Came To FHS
Who is this good looking
girl, Brad Butler?
Chris Fielden succeeded in biting an apple while interested watchers grin
at the sight.
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ging in his pocket for something. Prob-
ably money to spend at the camival.
Lori Province is aiming really hard to hit the target. With that look
of determination she must have hit it.
Suzanne Davidson, Anne Dunfield, and Mrs. Jackson watch while
the little mummy shoots.
This year the hair styles for girls range from the short shag qLynn Isbell, Janet Pink,
Fashions Vary In Coon
Various styles are worn to school.
Here Maurine Brown is wearing
the typical school dress, Sharon
1 - - Webb in the pants outfit, and
Eddie Carter in the dressy school
Debby Bell, Melinda Mays, Debbie Kingj, to the long shag qTommie Sue Dtuicanj,
to the long hair either parted on the side or in the middle qHolly House, Linda
Lockwood, Anita Soto, Sylvia Sanchezy.
Lori Province is wearing the fashionable knickers,
while Tina Barnes is in the midi outfit. Kim Province
wears the regular skirt and sweater, Bonnie Thompson
in the suit with the crocheted hat, and Kathy Baum in
the pant suit.
Winter brings a new look to FHS. Suzie Roberts is wearing the
leather cape, Debby Bell in the maxi coat trimmed in fur,
Holly House in the light weight raincoat, LaDonna Vaughn in
the maxi crushed velvet coat, and Terrie Covington i.n the
dress length crushed velvet coat.
Country For 1971-72
Boys hair styles differ greatly. Some wear it fairly long with sidebums qLarry Sonntag, Tommy
Waldsmith, Randy Davis, Doyle Coulterj while others prefer the short cut like I ackie Carter.
Boys wear exciting clothes too. Van Nichols is wear-
ing the old fashioned printed shirt, Gary Whitsell is in
the striped pants, Richard McGaugh in the matching
vest and pants, Donnie Barrow in the all over match-
ing outfit, I ay Beavers i.n the corduroy pants with the
printed shirt, and Bubba Byrd in the foot print pants.
Cindy Byrd is wearing the shiny dress with the patent boots,
Libby Pearson in the color-matching outfit with the boots,
Mrs. Frances Justus in the midi outfit with boots, Holly House
in the hooded knit dress, Dianne Johnson in the knit dress with
Miss FHS - HOLLY HOUSE
44 Mr. FHS - JAY BEAVERS
Miss and Mr. FHS
Choosing of Mr. FHS and Miss FHS involved the
entire student body, The election was jointly spon-
sored by the annual staff and student council. Each
class chose a Mr. FHS and a Miss FHS to represent
The nominees were as follows: Freshman
class - Debbie Linton and Donald Johnson, Sopho-
more class - Marion Jeffery and Van Nichols, Junior
class - Bessie Carter and Craig Pelt, and Senior
class - Holly House and Jay Beavers. The student
body voted either before school or during any of the
three lunch periods. Conclusion of the election
found Holly House to be Miss FHS and Jay Beavers to
to be Mr. FHS.
Runners-up in campyaign were Soph., Marion
Jefferyg Fresh. , De bie Lintong Jr., Bessie Car-
terg Jr., Craig Peltg Fresh., Donald Johnson and
Van Nichols, Soph. fnot picturedj.
MINOR MECHANIC WORK
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qualify brand shoes and clofhing. Bring fhe whole fami-
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Sanfa Gerfrudis Bulls, when mafed fo cows of ofher breeds, consisfenfly sire We offer bulls for bofh commercial and
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A full service bank wi+h 'friendly service for all Collin
Cindy and Jack Byrd fill up on good Fina
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a "better way" of life for the world when he first put elec-
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companies like Texas Power 8 Light Company created hundreds
of new conveniences lor 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-
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gy as A
Ricky Wade is waiting anxiously to see what the judge's de-
cision will be.
Harold Venable with his black Angus stands proud
while the judge looks the stock over. This year the
competition was rough. The whole countv shows their
stock at Frisco stock show and fair every year.
Ricky Waldsmith is calming his Yorkshire Gilt while
Mark Elliott seems to be chasing his. The judge is
watching close though. Ricky won Grand Champion
with his gilt.
Libby Pearson watches the judge seriously while her
black angus stands still. Lucy Pearson, and Tommy
Waldsmith wait to see who will win.
Of The Collin County Livestock Show
For the first time the stock show and fair included the Science Fair also. Anyone could enter who was in grades
seven through twelve at FHS. Shown above are the first place winners and sponsor Mr. Roel Pena. James Tunnell,
Donald Elrod, Klay Kelso, Mr. Pena, Ann Elliott, Marion Jeffery, and Drusilla Wade.
Below Beth Beavers, Phyllis Thomason, and Lynn Baker board
the ferris wheel at the fair. This year was the first to have the
big rides along with the small ones.
Danny Carroll and Larry Francis seem to be waiting
nervously for the next showning of their stock. Mr.
Billy Joe Carroll and Tony Brazeal stand and talk
with them about the possible rivals from the county.
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For any home, car equipment, or furniture and appliances,
contact Chester Clowers, Manager White, Auto Store and he
will be ready to give you prornptf, friendly service.
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Phone: Day - 377-2997 Nighi' -
Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Thomas provide
excellent fishing, hunting, and boat-
ing needs along with quality groceries
and Mobil products at their store on
Highway 720, five miles west of
Frisco. Stop in the next time you
are headed toward the lake for friend-
ly, helpful service.
Owner: MAYLENE HICKMAN
4I2 Main S+ree+
Mayiag .and Wes+inghouse
Color and Black and Whiie T.V.
6 Emmy + ASSOCIATES , in 'RUN
'BOX130 x FRlsco,TExAs 75034 if 'lf-2214377-2425
Pouring of mol+en irong YShell molding process
GRAY AND DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS wa
Self Service Gas
Owner: MR. HANSEL DOUGLAS
WHILE YOU WAIT
P.O. Box 250
64 2I4-377-2I2I 2I4-23I-I682
Paint owwlf Dngwaw
5 14.3 27
220 So. 6+h S+.
QIUDENTQ 'IZXICE BPEAI6 DURING BUSY DAY
Ella Brown sneaks ou+ of P.E. for a sip
Robin Garner wonders wha+ was so
funny. Mary deLeon and Chrisiie
Lee will never 'I'elll
This is physical exercise, Terry?
Michelle Smifh changes before marching
in fhe band.
Remember . . .
lAl The nafural poses of Kirlr Templin, Danny Balmer, and Ricky Hallmark as
fhey lisfen a'H'en+ively in class. lBl Tina Barnes doing one of her vigorous
jumps during our spiri+ed pep rallies. lCl Mr. Darland and his 'family's going
away par+y a'I' ihe You'I'h Cen+er. lDl Whal everyone wished 'I'he Darlands
when +hey heard ihaf fhey were moving from Frisco. Here if is expressed on
+he beaufiful cake made specially for fhem. lEl How much Cody Co'Hen and
Hollis McCracken always lisfened 'lo Mr. Jusfus.
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Qamalds Beawbg Shop
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East Maiw at time Tdaugla
Beals G-wwzg Paw Qtafdw
Paws and Qmmdws
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Owner: E. NEEDHAM
'I' Admiral Prompl' and
'I' Ampex Friendly
'I' Roper Service
CALL: 377-2682 Or Come By
4I3 W. Main
Owner: R. G. PARSLEY
FLOWERS FOR ALL
MRS. HAZEL SEELY
Call: 377-2697 or MR- JACK SCOTT
ome Y FIRE, CASUALTY, AUTOMOBILE
Call 24-Hours a Day
Phone 377-245I 169
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Texas """""' F.D.l.C.
BOX 248 Phone 347 2421
Plag Big Pant
lAl Mike Ca+es, presiden+ of +he ienfh grade, is re-
lieved when Mrs. MaHhews fakes over. lBl Junior Class
members Marlc Sapp, Maxie Duncan, Lynn Isbell, and
Roberf Liscano are a very cap+ive audience al lheir
mee+ing. lCl Charles Vaughn and Randy Webb don'+
seem fo lhinlc Lori Province's idea is +ha'r grea'r afler all!
lDl Richard McGaugh, Janef Pink, Jay Beavers, Randy
Bar+on and Tommy Waldsmi+h prefer +heir own s+yle of
Stop at Meyer's for the Best Gas and N:-
Oil in Town.
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quenehes Qfhirsfi affer
hard praciice' '1 wifh
foofbailcoaches. 4 1
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FINEST MEXICAN FOOD ANYWHERE
Serving Your Favoriie
American Food and
Home Cooked Lunches
MR. and MRS. JESSE MARTINEZ
6:30 - I0:0O
Main S+. - Frisco
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STOP WWII, If:
PETE and BRENDA LEWALLEN'S
ARCO SERVICE STATION
OFFICIAL STATE INSPECTION GIGS
CompIe+e Au+omo'rive Service
377-9947 377-2728 Li++Ie Elm, Texas
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
HOOK, LINE 84 SINKER
STeaks Fish Lunch Breakfasi'
Specializing in Fresh Cahfish
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Camp Lucille and
I2I4I 377-3I78 ROBERTSON
Phone MR. and MRS.
377-3'29 WILBURN DICKERSON
Mr. and Mrs. Dickerson
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1 dj calling 377-2467 or by going
i 23.1-v1.v:w1w:.,:wrw:w:v:w1..1w:w1w.i by fhe GULF AGENCY for an
your GULF needs. When you
wan'r 1'ha+ exlra 'friendly
service, use GOCD
SINCE I936 GULF producfs.
' Hals GULF AGENCY
' Dry Goods Frisco, Texas
Phone: 377-2462 .
OPEN 7:00 A.M. - 377-2900
8:00 P.M. 306 Main S+ree1'
FRESH VEGETABLES Owners
AND MR. and MRS.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Francis serve customers
Lynn Isbell and Michel Johnson.
PINTO, MUSTANG, MAVERICK
Howard Thornton is always ready +0 serve you,
whether if is in seleciing a new FORD pickup,
Musrang, LTD, Pin+o, Torino, or Thunderbird.
Howard Thorn+on needs and apprecia+es your
aufomolive repair business!
Mr. Howard Thorn+on says, "Come by and see
me or call 377-2762."
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Service is an important factor to consider in buying
equipment. Chesney Brothers offer a complete line of
John Deere equipment with dependable service.
Hawsw Iwswramw J' D' Haw
TAYLOR HANSEL, Owner
Phone: 377-2404 Box 94
Bonds YOUR lnifpmlm .
Lia biIH,Y lluunurz MGENT
'flifll YOU glll
Life ' I
Come by or
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H. H. MENEFEE
R. K. HOLLAS
THE FIRST STATE BAN
JACK M. SCOTT
TRACY D. KING
Vice President and Cashier
JACK SCOTT, JR.
A. F. SMITH
Inactive Vice President
MRS. BOBBY MANN
MISS SYLVIA KERLEY
MRS. MARY ANN BARNES
MRS. ELLIE MINTER
MRS. RUTH COVINGTON
MRS. PAT GOLDMAN
YOUR-BEST FINANCIAL FRIEND
Homecoming Is A Week Of Hard
3 Mr. Earl Yates, Jimmy Yates,
The Seventh Grade expressed their true prophesy of Cheryl N0I'riS, KCHIIY Lawi-
their Senior year. more, Mr. Ralph Roberts,
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P Q, Y
The Elementary School was lucky to have a good
helper like Mrs. Mary Kerby to stuff napkins for
Robert Norris and Filo Ortega stand and admire the lovely Fresh-
Work For Parents And tudents
kins for the Sophomore float.
and Mr. Ken Covington were
only a few that helped build
the creative junior float.
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It looks like Mrs. Billy Haun has been working on the Junior float a little Miflhael Molindor is frying t0 find
bit too long, but Mrs. Ruth Covington, Lou Ann Brazeal, and Suzie Roberts 3 H1016 SCi6H'EifiC way I0 fold a
are still working hard. napkin-
if ,rn -' I we
if J 1 f Mrs. Ruth Borchardt and Karen Rogers
Tina Barnes is working hard to were two that faithfully worked on the
reach her goal of only 5, 962 nap- 50Ph0m0fe float-
Mr. Billy Phillips, Mrs. Sue Watson, and
Mr. I. D. Haun were officers for 1971
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Many home folks and exes enjoyed the barbeque.
A parade approaches!
Those Were The Days
Many fans came out to back the Coons at the Homecoming game.
Mike Aaron and Michael Fisher were two who showed
off their horses in the parade.
When Fun Was The Homecoming
Mr. Fielden and so
in line at barbeque
The judges reported that choosing the outstanding floats was a stupendous
'ffl M 1 my
The freshman class had an unusual float - Victory in the Stars
There were big crowds at all the Homecoming activities, including the
Whetherit is plastering walls
with campaign posters, dressing
tacky, taking a mid-term exam
cropping pictures or cooking a
steakg it all is part of the school
day at FHS.
Involvement in the activities of
the school year makes each stud ent
a part of the band of Coons learn-
ing, experiencing, growing. To
be a Coon is to be involved in the
happenings in this FHS Coonland.
QTOP RIGHTJ A clowning session p
caught Karen Rogers, Lynn Isbell,
Tina Barnes, Kim Jackson and
Marion Jeffery with bad casa of
QC ENTERJ Monday afternoon staff
meeting found Suzie Roberts
CABOVE LEFTJ Lynn Isbell, Debbie Bell and Kathy Baum do a little "hamming" at the Wednesday morning staff
meeting. CABOVE RIGHTQ Mid-term exam finds Cindy Morrow working hard to finish an English test.
School at FHS Coonland Is Much
More Than Attending Classes
3019 LEFTQ Time of the test maly mean checking a steak for Paul Bolin or stirring candy for Dale Dishmon. CTOP
GHTJ A broken wrist does not inder Karen Rogers in her delight with the new B basketball uniform . CABOVE
LEFTJ Joe Hazlewood checks a flask during chemistry lab. QABOVE RIGHT J Peggy and Houston Mulanax, Pablo
Chavez, Carlotta and Mateo Ortega, and Emiliono Gonzalez surprised Mrs. Hansel with a birthday party.
A - Mr. Moehring greets Lt.
Governor Ben Barnes.
B - Steve Clark shows that he is
an acrobat at one of the assemblies.
C - Mr. White are you late to class
D - Roger Black does a battery
experiment in Physics.
E - Beverly Lowimore and Kim
Province show off their new band
F - Woodshop I seems to keep Don-
ald Iohnson Busy.
Is To Be A Coon
Mikes Cates shows his FFA
project - a Hereford heifer.
A - Connie Pearson and Tina
Bames cheer our boys on to vic-
B - Michelle Wright enjoys
'C - Our mighty Coon bench.
D - Drum Major Donna Elliott
plays the BIG saxophone in the
Aaron, June 34,83,84,85,l40,
Aaron, Mike 24,26,138,139,180,
Aaron, Ricky 45,110,98
Aaron, Steven 55
Aiken, Mike 34,23
Airhart, Mike 55
Almand, Randy 40,110,98,86
Almand, Tammye 50,103,128,80
Anderson, Jeff 45,119,101
Antwiler, Patty 40
Anzaldua, Manuel 40,122
Anzaldua, Norfa 55
Anzaldua, Robert 50
Arismendez, Albert 50,126
Arismendez, Ester 55
Arismendez, Odelia 55
Ashley, Lucille 17,71
Auld, Michael 10,36,114,119
Bacchus, Steve 26,114,116,90,86
Bacchus, Tommy 55,12O,127,l11
Ballard, Diane 50
Ballard, Shelia 34,138
Ballard, Travis 59
Baker, Danny 26,167,98
Baker, Lynn 45,84,155
Barnes, Kenneth 6
Barnes, Tina 40,84,102,103,113,
Barrow, Donnie 40,114,117,119,
Barrow, Mr. R. L. 22
Barton, Randy 26,114,l15,118,'
Baum, Beverly 50,128,94
Baum, Kathy 40,88,93,142,124,
Baum, Steve 45,-49,119,122,110,
Beavers, Beth 45,49,84,89,155,
Beavers, Jay 26,29,85,114,116,
Bell, Debby 26,32,83,84,88,
Benson, Charlotte 55
Benson, Kathy 34
Berghouser, Carolyn 50,54,128
Black, Roger 26,27,184,90,86,22
Black, Violette 21
Blake, Donald 50,126
Bledsoe, Calvin 6
Bledsoe, Max 50,5
Boals, Mary 17,75
Boatright, Charles 27,114,115,
Bolin, Paul 27,138,139,90,183,23
Borchardt, Ruth 11,4O,179,86
Branch, Cindy 41,84
Brazeal, Lou Ann 34,54,179,23
Bristow, Bobby 45,119,100
Brown, David 34,114,117,23
Brown, Ella 34,93,139,165,124,
Brown, Maurine 41,93,114,124,94
Brown, Thelma 45,48,123
Bryson, Betty 16
Burman, Karen 27,30,33,82,83,
Butler, Brad 50,141,126
Byrd, Cindy 26,27,84,14-3,152
Byrd, Jack Ray 34,143,152,23
Byrd, Steven 50,126
Calvillo, David 50,126
Calvillo, Diane 50,128
Calvillo, George 55
Calvillo, Ricky 50,126,127
Camacho, David 41
Camacho, Gilbert 46
Campbell, Sandy 41,25,48,88,23,
Campbell, William fBi1lJ 34,88
Canfield, Donald 45,38,22
Cannady, Jack 50,126,127
Cannon, Ricky 45,110,94,98
Carroll, Dale 27,98,80
Carroll, Danny 41,114,119,l55,
Carroll, Marsha 28,48,111
Carter, Bessie 34,l5,123,144,124,
Carter, Carolyn 28,30,84
Carter, Edie 55,103,142,128,90,
Carter, Gracie 20
Carter, Jack 41,143
Carter, Kathy 50,92,93,127
Carter, Kenneth 55,127
Carter, Kevin 50,126
Carter, Nikki 45,84
Cates, Mike 46,49,88,l19,171,
Chancellor Howard 46
Chancellor, Iva Nell 23
Chancellor Janet 55,127,94,80
Chancellor Patricia 50,127
Chancellor Tim 41 ,120,121
Chappell, Jimmy 34,35,114,119
Chappell, Terry 55,127
Chavez, Pablo 183
Cisneros, Narcisco 55,127
Clark, Steve 55,58,184,127
Clowers, Joe 28,114,138,23
Cobb, Chris 25,28,33,138,139,
Cook, Billy 50,126
Cook, Bobby 28
Cotton, Cody 28,167,98
Coulter, Christie 55,94
Coulter, Doyle 26 ,29,139,143,
Coulter, Janet 34,15,84,123,107
Covington, Chris 50,126
Covington , Terri 34, 142 , 19 7
Cowen, Susie 46,84,113,120,124
Craig, Penny 46,48,84,123,90
Crawford, Lilly 34
Crigger, Sherry 10, 5,91
Davis, Jackie 46,119,110,98
Davis, Jeff 55
Davis, Larry 55,127
Davis, Randy 34,143
Davis, Rita 50,128
Davis, Shelia 55, 57,128
Davitte, Dale 16
DeLeon, Julia 55
DeLeon, Mary 46,84,165
Dishmon, Arlene 46,84
Dishmon, Dale 25,29,183,23
Dishmon, Patsy 20
Dougharty, Jodie 29,84,85,23
Duke, Mitchell 50,127
Duncan, Bobby 51 ,127
Duncan, Foy 20,21
Duncan, Gary 46
Duncan, Ginger 46,82
Duncan, Maxey 35,138,171
Duncan, Tommie Sue 29,84,142
Dunfield, Billy 51
duMenil, Barbara 35,2,36,89,12f
duMenil, Michael 55
Elizondo , Armando 56 ,127 , 98
Elizondo, Jimmy 41
Elliott, Dee Ann 51,54,155,l28,
Elliott, Donna 29,92,93,97 ,185,
Elliott, Bdris 17,72
Elliott, Jan 16
Elrod, Donald 46,155,108,94
Escabeda, Javier 126
Fielden, W. A. 14,40,181,123,
Fisher, Wilma 12,88,89
Fodge, Ruth Ann 19,60
Flores, Lorenzo 56
Flores, Raymond 126
Ford, Michael 51
Fox, Bobby 51,126,127
Francis, Debby 23
Francis, Larry 41,114,155,101
Francis, Ruth 20
Froggart, David 56,127
Garner, Cindy 41
Gamer, Robin fPittmanJ 46,165
Garza, Elva 51,54
Garza, Jesse 41
Garza, Manuel 29
Garza, Qflvia 56
George, Alta 51,128
Goldman, Mary Jo 17,74
Gomez, Lupe 51,127
Gomez, Mary 41
Gomez, Max 126
Gonzales, Benito 35,107
Gonzales, Emiliana 51,183
Gonzalez, Beatriz 41,123
Gonzelez, Jesse 41,114
Gonzalez, Julian 41
Gonzalez , Maria 51 , 54, 128
Griffin, Bob 51,5,54,126,127
Griffin, George 22
Griffin, Chris 41,40,90,110,111
Griffin, Tim 35,98
Gross, Gig 46,119
Gross, Jeff 56
Grounds, Robin 52,128
Guerra, Ray 52,127
Hale, David 46,47,119,91,110,98,
Hale, Penney 35,24,48,140,38,80
I-Iale, Terry 52,128
Haley, Miriam 17,70
Hallmark, Ricky 30,167
Haman, Lynda 18,66
Hamilton, Debra 46
Hamilton, Jerry 56,127
Hampton, Alice 35,123,94,86
Hampton, Milton 41,114,119,172,
Hansel, Edwina 12,13,36,183
Hanson, Ramonia 52
Hanson, Ted 46,98,101
Harrington, Joretta 17 , 76
Harrington, Van 35
Harris, Monty 56
Harris, Voyze 15, 5,36
Harvell, Allan 47
Haun, Ricky 35,138,98
Hayes, Gary 12,49,114,123,124,
Hays, Kathy 56.94
Hazlewood, Joe 41,183
Henderson, Deborah 52
Hickey, Larry 30
Hicks, Kelly 56,55,127,91
Hill, Cindy 52
Hill, Debra 56
Hill, Harold 12,113,114,115,116
Hinojosa, Jim 52,126
Hinojosa, Minerva 35,123,22
Hinojosa, Tony 47,98
Holland, Jimmy 47,119,110,98
Holland, Sammy 56,127
Hooper, Elaine 21
Hooper, Johnny 52,126,127
House , Holly 30 , 28 , 112 , 142 , 143 ,
Howard, Martha 52,128
Isaacs, Ed 10
Isbell, Bert 9
Isbell, Eloise 11,27
Isbell, Lynn 35,83,84,93,142,152,
Ishmael, Kathy 47
Ishmael, Linda 56
Jackson, Kim 41,42,83,84,123
Jaime, Martha 35
James, Barbara 47,83,84
Jeffery, Betty 15,55
Jeffery, Marion 41,40,44,89,155,
Jeffery, Royce Lynn 52,51,103,
Jernberg, Jan 12,55,114,126,128
Johnson, Dianne 35,143,23
Johnson, Donald 47,119,184,144,
Johnson, Patricia l9,20,63
Johnson, Paul 30,139,111,98
Jones, Pam 56
Jusms, Charles 11,27
Justus, Frances 11 ,5,84,85,143
Kelso, Kim 42,84,123
Kelso, Klay 47,155,108,94
King, Allen 56 ,127
King, Debbie 35,37,142,124,90,38
Ledesma, Anita 56
Ledesma, Armando 47,119,98
Ledesma, Edwardo 56
Ledesma, Yolanda 47,84
Lee, Christie 47,165
Lee, Lula 56
Linton, Debbie 47,83,123,144,86
Linton, Jimmy 52,126
Liscano, Frankie 56,59
Liscano, Ricky 47,119,127
Liscano, Robert 35,171
Lockwood, Linda 35,142,138,84
Lopez, Ramiro 42
Lopez, Rosa 56
Lowrimore, Beverly 30, 93,184, 94,
Lowrimore, Kenneth 36,114,116,23
Lowry, Diane 18,64
Marshall, Wesley 51,52,126,91,94
Martinez, Julian 56
Martinez, Mary 52,94
Massey, Linda 10,27
Matthews, Nicki 12, 13,49
Mayes, Bernice 52
Mayes, Dana 52
Mayes, Donald 42
Mayfield, Gerry 57,93,128,109,94
Mays, Melinda 30,142,90,86,23,159
Wow The Dags
Those were fhe days, my friend.
We fhoughi' +hey'd never end.
We'd sing and dance forever and a day.
We'd lived fhe life we'd choose
We'd flghi' and never lose,
For we were young and sure fo have our way.
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McCarty, Lorene 16,78
McCord, Kathleen 47,83,91
McCracken, Hollis 30,31 ,167,98
McCullough, Charlm 52
McCullough, Eddie 52
McGaugh, Kenneth 56,127
McGaugh, Richard 30,143,171
McSpedden, Joni 42,102,103,136
McSpedden, T. H. 6
Miller, James 57
Miller, Verna 47
Minter, Ronnie 36,114,116,120,
Mireah, Pamela 52
Moehring, Joe 8,184,159
Molidor, Joshua 52,126
Molidor, Louis 36,101,38
Molidor, Mark 57,127
Molidor, Michael 42,179,110,98
Moore, Tony 42,120,121
Morrison, Georgia 31
Morrow, Cindy 47,84,182
Mulanax, Houston 57,13,183
Mulanax, Juston 57
Mulanax, Peggy 57,183
Nash, Mary 18,65
Newman, Dale 57,127,95
Newman, Jim 47,88,93,97,l1O,
Newton, Betty 52
Nichols, Kim 48,459,124
Nichols, Ruby 8
Nichols, van 42,114,1l7,143,137
Norris, Ann 14,36
Norris, Barbara 52,54,128
Norris, Cheryl l5,36,83,84,88,
Norris, David 48
Norris, Robert 48,49,93,178,110
Obiedo, Annette 57,93,109,95
O'Riley, Sandy 31,84,5
Ortega, Carlotta 52 , 54,183
Ortega, Clemente 36,114,117
Ortega, Edwardo 43,115,90
Ortega, Filo 42,40,41,114,l15,
Ortega, Joe 43,114,119,22
Ortega, Mateo 53,127,183
Ortega, Raul 48,119
Painter, Tina 36,23
Pallett, Dennis 36
Pannell, Brenda 48,84
Pannell, Joey 53
Pannell, Johnny 48
Pannell, Sandra 43,84
Parsley, Annette 53
Pearson, C. B. 6
Pearson, Connie 36,102,103,136,
Pearson, Libby 36,88,93,143,154,2,
Rogers, Randy 57
Rojas, Rosa 57
Rolater, Robbyn 57,128,80
Rucilez, Marcia 57,128,109
Ruiz, Elva 43
Ruiz, Henry 48,1l9,98,lO0
Ruiz, Joel 53,54,126
Ruiz, Leo 36,114,1l7,118
Sanchez, Janie 48,84
Sanchez, Manuel 48
Sanchez, Sylvia 53,95
Sanderfer, Troy 53,126
Sapp, William fMarkJ 37,121,171
Sheppard, Donna 31,82,84,107,23
Sheppard, Jeff 57,127
Pelt, Craig 36,114,117,137,144,
Pena, Bernardo 36
Penland, Margaret 21
Petrus, Pauline 19,62
Phelps, Karla 53
Phillips, Bill 6,180
Pink, Janet 31,171,142,82,86,23
Pink, E. G. 6
Pink, Janet 31,171,142,82,86,23
Pink, Mary 48,84,89,158
Pittman, Rebecca 53
Porter, Lucille 57
Porter, Luther 57
Pratt, Billy 43
Pratt, Narvella 48
Province, David 48,l19,98
Province, Kim 57,142,93,184,128 ,
Province, lori 26,30,31,84,85,102,
Reyna, Jesse 43,114,119
Riddle, Chris 53
Riddle, Marie 17,69
Riddle, Scott 43,156
Roberts, Suzie 36,89,136,142,179,
Rodriquez, Jose 57
Rodriquez, Yolanda 57
Rogers, Bill 41,4-3,114,119,122
Rogers, Bob 53,126,54,95
Rogers, Karen 43,2,83,89,12O,179,
Rogers, Marshall 53,126
Sirkel, Brenda 57
Sirkle, Barbara 48,45,83
Skidmore, Faye 48
Skidmore, Ray 48
Slough, Bobby 31,98
Slough, Debra 37
Slough, Mary 53
Slough, Vanessa 44
Smith, Charlm 31,45
Smith, Danny 53
Smith, Esther 32,84
Smith, Kathie 37,102,103,137,
Smith, Michelle 53,165,128,95
Smith, Robert 44
Smith, R. T, 5,7
Sonntag, Larry 37,98
Sons, Candice 58,128,95
Sons, Gwendolyn 21
Soto Anita 32,142
Soto Lydia 58
Spencer, Carol 17,18,73
Spender, Michael l3,92, 97
Springer, Barbara 16,l9,79
Sprouse, Dianna 37,84,89,152,
Standerfer, Johnny 53,126
Stark, Aileene 16,78
Storey, Mary Nan Fitch 13,84,85,
Storey, Ronnie 122
Su-oud, Susan 53
Tadlock, Marilyn 44, 84,102 ,103,
Tadlock, Polly 18,68
Taylor, Eddie 44,98
Taylor, Mike 37,98
Taylor, Timothy 58,127
Templin, Billy 58,127
Templin, Kirk 32,166
Templin, Melanie 53,93,128,95
Templin, Sheryl 53,128,95
Thomas, Bobbye 9
Thomas, Jackie 58,127
Thomason, Charles 53,126,127
Thomason, Phyllis 49,84,155
Thompson, Betty 58
'I'hompson, Bonnie 58,140,142,128
Thompson, Frankie 44
Thompson, Mable 49
Thomton, Cynthia 58,128,95
Trevino, Rene 54,126,127
Trevino, Richardo 49,119
Tunnell, lame 54,126,155,108,
Tumer, Milton 22
Turner, Sammy 49,119
Turner, Ricky 54,127
Turquette, Linda 10,51
Vaughn, Blake 51 , 52,126,127 ,
Vaughn, Charles 32,114,116,171,
Vaughn, LaDonna 44.142,151,23
Vaughn, Sammy 7,120
Vice, Vickie 58,103,128,80
Villarreal, Janie 54
Wade, Brad 31,114,118
Wade, Brenda 50,54,128
Wade, Derie 44,84,158
Wade, Drusilla 44,93,97,155,123,
Wade, Joe 6
Wade, Ricky 32,154, 98
Waldsmith, Ricky 44,114,116,120,
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Williams, Sammy 44
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