Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)

 - Class of 1973

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Q Q- cov+5MLaQb5Dq"Q 5 3 ' ilgxiw R S3555 55 WM Coonskin for 1973 W W, Table of Confenfs . , X . . Dedioafion .................. 3 . Classes . . . ..... 4 on y r Honors ......... .... 5 2 ,L Q 1 u 995' onnel .... .... 7 0 1 Q 1 jf 88 V A ,. Q , L X, , , -1 55590 ,.,... ,,.,. i fi . ..... 114 iw ,Ei M y. . .... rss JAG! f ....159 Index Q ..... ...... 1 90 wggkxf NVQ? X my SSC xp My , u sg f vw wk se, 1 1 of Q25bjbg?AX 9i3?X5ggQviQs?4Q-Off A3 'Lf bl. KXVN Q 51 Wxiiggdfrr oo u lggbogyf Sipsg OX W x Schools Qg'gSjq5LCC3yLg Frisco exasx 593 f VO' XPlg5Q5ii3Ei?iii'?S so by of 0895 of 1 W X X99 W r f 09? 9 9 5 55 ' GJ' 59 Q Foreword Building . . . from first grade to twelfth grade and graduation . . . Each of us has built mind, body, skill and character. The elementary years of our education are only a building block for further development. In those years we establish life-long friends and basic knowledge of different fields in education. Our iunior high years are the beginning years of building our minds, bodies, skills, and characters. We not only build our minds here, but we learn primary rules by which we will be guided the rest of our lives. Our high school years are the "steel girders" for the remainder of our lives. Here we begin to plan our futures. We polish our skills for college entrance, for married life, for life. The purpose of the 1972-73 Coonskin is to be an accurate record of this school year. We hope that each can look many times at this book and remember this great year. ' I I Ojvxdx dw egoihgqwgjuioggmiswmeclw , mwayemmmow www? wmv. fUJ3fv332 -kfgujfwww Dffmjja vll-llmYXDL THE STAFF Suzie Roberts, Barbara duMenil, co-editors til Ei ily 'xg NV 'J Q15 ,ff V3 V355 QQ V to NWN Qi,-QTZYQ .QL wi it WN 1 45,4 4 AL 'H a 4- XA, 5l?53?lwi55ma r oaigtj :awry f Q lx of . J Jess . If 2 The Staff Proudly Dedicafes the 1973 Coonskin to You, Coach Gary Hayes f f Dedication and hard work. These two words say more about Coach Hayes as an assistant football coach, head girls' basketball coach, track coach, and teacher than any others. He has shown to be much more than iust a coach and teacher. With his helpful advice and ready smile, he has become an accepted friend to all students. Frisco's athletic teams are built on his words of encouragement, his hard work, and his dedication to them. In the four years that he has been here, Coach Hayes has played a most important part in the building of a great :NYNoJ9g-V W wwflw ifiiiiiisifie-fww school. wb 3 Classes build our minds. Though some may not think this is true, we can go back and realize how much our minds develop in the first twelve years of our education. "Every day we walk fhrough lhe some doorel sif in fhe same chairs, and lean againsf fhe same lockers. During our year fhe pafh never changes, only our direofion and desfinafion. " Taylor -H .. ,wk Q ' ., A Q e 9 , I ' Classes A he Maui' Q! Oxx 1, f' 15, KN sxmw Seniors Today Are Buildin Blocks for Tomorrow Above are the 1973 Senior Class Officers. They are Mark Sapp, treasurer, Barbara duMeniI, president, Libby Pearson, secretary, Jimmy Yates, vice-presideni, and Debbie King, reporter. S as June Aaron ii, Kathy Benson Lou Ann Brazeal David Brown Jack Ray Byrd SP 9 Lest Year Passes Quickly for Senior Class lf, Bessie Carter Ronnie Minter, one of the coaches for the non-Beta football team, iust can't believe his team is losing. Jimmy Chappell Janet Coulter Nm-w 4-X emit ,M Randy Davis Barbara duMeniI Maxey Duncan n Benito Gonzalez Tim'Griffin Van Harrington Ricky Haun Graduates Strive for Perfection This class of students has strived for twelve long years to build up to this moment when they no longer need to depend so much on others and to start the framework for tomorrow. During the past years their dedication to such a school as Frisco has built it to be one that is strong in spirit and academic achievement. The Seniors of l973 have completed the last stage in their development to ready themselves for their exposure to the world away from high school. FHS should be proud to have this group of seniors to be the last to graduate from the old Frisco High School. if Lynn Isbell Dianne Johnson Debbie King wld!!- Robert Liscano Linda Lockwood Kenny Lowrimore Ronnie Minter Louis Molidor Cheryl Norris Clemente Ortega Seniors' Spirif Surpasses i Underclasses ,rw- Dennis Pallett Connie Pearson Y 'Irvs Qi., VVQVKKWK :V In the fall fashion show, Suzie Roberis fell prelty ridiculous modeling a fishing haf! Libby Pearson gil Debbie King, Cheryl Norris, and Connie Pearson seem lo be enioying the good food and music which helped to make the Junior-Senior Prom a big success in 1972. In-lv Even in praclice, cheerleader Connie Pear- son shows all her Coon spirit fo be never- ending. ff, 'HM' Craig Pelt Terri Pickering Suzie Roberts Leo Ruiz hm Seniors Build Up fo a New Wag of Life "lf graduation doesn't get here soon," excloims Dianne Sprouse, "I think I'II go completely out of my mind!" Just wait till she gets to college and wishes she was back at FHS! "What you see is what you getl" - and that is what the powderpuft girls got when They needed a cheerleader. Senior Kenny "Lucious Lola" Lowrimore and Mr. "Mimi" Montgomery. K 2 ft, ' 1' l rre V----9+-ff f 1 ty , A 4 Mark Sapp Debra Slough Dianna Sprouse Jeanette Stewart Frankie Thompson Brad Wade Judy Whitsell Class of '73 Lasf fo Graduafe From Old FHS .t. w-wfn.iLwW?Asz q ,, 1' ,t Qjamfff r- 1 an funn- , - ' L L, As usual, Connie Pearson was in the process of finishing ' off one of the many snacks she brings when she was . . caught in the act. Michelle Wright 'nw X fe I 1 3 Senior sponsors are Voyze Harris, Mrs. Edwinna Hansel, and tnot shownj Mrs. Wanda Kirkpatrick, Jimmy Yates Judy Whitsell looks at the food which was served at the Junior-Senior Prom. Trying to hide her face is Bessie Carter !,...,. 'Gi Bessie Carter can't wait to get the hand-off from Kathy Baum in the powderpuff game. Juniors, Class of '74 Junior class officers can see the completion of their school life iust ahead. Officers are lstandingj secre- tary Marilyn Tadlock, treasurer Tina Barnes, lseatedl vice-president Gary Whitsell, reporter Karen Rogers, and president Van Nichols. X2 'ik Milton Hampton usually finds classes stimulating, interesting, exciting . . . but not today. Randy Almond Manuel Anzaldua 'S gt, Q' ' Tina Barnes Donnie Barrow Kathy Baum ,Y if fy 'g 5 Q r-A t ! jk f ak Maurine Brown Daniel Camacho Sandy Campbell 'i . Qing Marion Jeffery lets out a big yell for the coons at cheerleader practice. fs. par. Danny Carroll Jack Carter Jimmy Elizondo Larry Francis '-ig f,: raaa 1 Jesse Garza Mary Gomez Beatriz Gonzalez Jesse Gonzalez af' R Ne Julian Gonzalez Chris Griffin Milton Hampton Kim Jackson Q. X, , Marion Jeffery Kim Kelso Ramiro Lopez Jimmy Elizondo looks steadily for his English homework. ,NW Juniors Look Forward fo the or Future wi., , 1 X V - ff: .- F Y Joni Mcspedden Sarah Meador Mike Molidor 'Sf' 00818 Van Nichols Eduardo Ortega Joe Ortega Larry Francis was the preacher for the seniors' funeral at the Halloween Carnival variety show, a money-making proiect sponsored by the iun- iors. Filo Ortega Sandra Pannell Billy Pratt Jesse Reyna Scott Riddle Bill Rogers Maurners at the seniors' burial were Marion Jef- Q fery and Tina Barnes. w X. :J 'ii.a i Karen Rogers Elva Ruiz Bobby Selmon Vanessa Slough Nr ,ii .aw -, Junior sponsors are il. to r.l Mike Atchley, Mrs. Linda Blase, Don Montgomery, Mrs. Ruth Borchardt, Dub Fielden, and Mrs. Barbara Vick. V1 Robert Smith Marilyn Tadlock LaDonna Vaughn Derie Wade I "Y'aIl better come to the game, now," Van Nichols admon- ishes the crowd at the Powderpuff Football Game pep rally. Cheerleader Montgomery shakes her for hisl pom poms. Drusilla Wade fi 4, X 4555 Ricky Waldsmith Gary Whitsell WT A . W x? 1' 'kr' x W v 5 Robert Williams Sammy Williams Karen Wilson Ralph Wood Class of '75 Keeps Coon Spirif Alive Ricky Aaron Sophomore officers stand in front of the nearly constructed building. Officers are: president, Penny Craig, vice-presi- dent, Ginger Duncan, reporter, Steve Baum, treasurer, Phyllis Thomason, and on the tractor, secretary Mike Cates. Steve Baum Beth Beavers Bobby Bristow Thelma Brown ,- ae 41' f N Q t Gilbert Camacho Donald Canfield X W" . .-f"'1i' f f Qophomores Are Parficipanfs Ricky Cannon Nikki Carter Michael Cates Susie Cowen Penny Craig Jackie Davis Mary DeLeon Arlene Dishmon Gary Duncan Ginger Duncan Dora Flores Gig Gross rw- , ffng . ,B V . 2 ix, David Hale Debra Hamilton Allan Harvell Tony Hinoiosa Jimmy Holland Hans Hyland Donald Johnson Klay Kelso FRISCO Sophomores Kim Nichols and Beth Beavers put on a skit at the Halloween Carnival. Janice Kesgard Cindy Morrow . A' i f , 5 l .Q r s ,X l David Norris Brenda Pannell 46. Armando Ledesma Floyd Murray Robert Norris Narvell Pratt Ricky Liscano Charles Moore .lim Newman Kim Nichols 's Raul Ortega Johnny Pcnnell David Province Henry Ruiz Janie Sanchez Linda Shook Fave Skidmore Ray Skidmore Rey Soto Ronnie Storey David Tepfer Phyllis Thomason ' N. Mabel Thompson Ricardo Trevino Sammy Turner Beverly Weston Martin Wright Righh On re-make day, the photog- rapher had professional help - the one and only Mr. Sammy Turner. fgrins and allll Left: Sophomore sponsors are Gary Hayes, Mrs. Eloise Isbell, and Jay Starnes. Ninfh Grade Enfers Hi h School in Qfyle Tammye Almand Jeff Anderson Carolyn Berghauser Lynn Blake David Calvillo Diane Calvillo Sponsors for the ninth grade are Charles Justus and Mrs. Wilma Fisher. N." Q Robert Anzualda Albert Arismendez Beverly Baum K . , i E O Max Bledsoe Brad Butler Steven Byrd Ricky Calvillo Jack Cannaday I AB i...,. I -ir if .. A f is aged A is M fy B g .iff Anticipating the years ahead at the new building are officers: secretary LaWanda Nix treasurer Joel Ruiz, president Blake Vaughn, reporter Alta George. Vice-president Wes ley Marshall was inspecting other building proiects. Mi- Kathy Carter Billy Cook Bill Dunfield Michael Ford Millie Gonzalez .V. 1 Kevin Carler Patricia Chancellor X Chris Covingfon Rita Davis Ann Elliott Javier Escobedo in , Bobby Fox Elva Garza ,--""""'V ,....-Q-"""', Rosa Gonzalez Bo Griffin X James Coleman l i 1 Mitchell Duke Becky Fagan , iklh G Alta George Robin Grounds Bobby Duncan -'Vx Raymond Flores RN Q Lupe Gomez x Rey Guerra Johnny Bob Hooper Wesley Marshall in Pam Mireau Barbara Norris .vii Terri Hale Cissy Howard Mary Marfinez Joshua Molidor Carlofta Orfega at i Ramona Hanson Cindy Hill E iw V 7 3 i i Jim Hinojosa 1 ' Nxljf 1: ll , iii? if: - Lynn Jeffery Mike Kincaid Zoe Lucas .. Dana Mayes Bernice Mays Cindy Murray David Murray Mateo Oriega Donald Mays LaWanda Nix Class of I Joey Pannell Bob Rogers Johnny Sianderfer , i Rene Trevino Mary Wallace Nancy Parsley Marshall Rogers I' Susan Stroud Ricky Turner Sharon Webb Margaret Ramirez an Joel Ruiz Melanie Templin Qgrl ' 2 - 1 l XI l' 'vi ' 1 Blake Vaughn Doris Williams Mike Reion Sylvia Sanchez Sheryl Templin Janie Villarreal x MX- Robert Williams Chris Riddle Mary Slough ' 2 if J S as S Charles Thomason Brenda Wade Eghfh Graders Learn fo Meef Challenges 1 1 Edie Carter Kenneth Carter Steve Aaron Mike Airhart Norfa Anzaldua Ester Arismendez Odelia Arismendez Tommy Bacchus Diana Ballard Kay Belknap Charlotte Benson Travis Bullard Terri Bunney George Calvillo ---........1. - Janet Chancellor Terry Chappell Junior Cisneros Steve Clark A Arlene Moore ponders some deep question as she hesit her locker. I, .- E Q 3 A E 5 T X i CfeS at 'fm -'Os 5 .4- 'vc Jeff Davis Larry Davis Sheila Davis Julia Deleon Michael duMeniI Mando Elizonclo David Frogatt Mac Garcia Sylvia Garza Geoffrey Gross Jerry Hamilton Cathy Hayes Kelly Hicks Debra Hill 1 Sammy Holland Linda Ishmael Vicki Vice stuffs napkinsp Gerry Mayfield fashions a flower other eigth graders and parents are too engrossed in homecoming float construction to notice the camera. Graduation in 1977 'D Pam Jones Q , James Kesgard Allen King Anita Ledesma l M A Eduardo Ledesma Frankie Joe Liscano Rosa Lopez Julian Martinez Gerry Mayfield Kenneth McGaugh Janet McLain Mark Molidor 'V- Arlene Moore Dale Newman Annette Obiedo Kim Province X Jose Rodriguez L Eighth grade sponsors are Mrs. Betty Jeffery and Miss Dena Kudlac. if i Seems Very Disfenf as A ,ke -bm an Yolanda Rodriguez Randy Rogers Rasa Roias Robbyn Rolater Marcy Rucilez Jeff Shepperd Candace Sons Lydia Soto X. Ir i Tim Taylor Billy Templin Jacky Thomas Betty Thompson Bonny Thompson Vicki Vice 5 -r ff . , f Ar' sl C, pe Sandra Williamson Cathy West Charles Weston E gr- A .ef T l Q n 4 ' -,sk lf i x s J l , XX Eighth grade officers supervise construction for their education. L. to R., they are reporter Janet Chancellor, secretary Gerry Mayfield, treasurer Edie Car- ter, president Jacky Thomas, and lkneelingl vice-president Kenneth McGaugh. Qevenfh Grade -Q- Jim Almand Alan Anderson Cliff Anderson Salvador Anzualda Ernest Arismendez Armando Balderramos rv' Q. l Kay Braden Rosemary Casfillo Eldridge Dunham Lilly Balderramos Wes Bunney 4 K Sammy Cisneros an l N. 'f v Elida Elizonda Elizabeth Bell Kenneth Berghauser Jan Blake : W l Rosa Camacho Bobby Canfield Ben Castillo oe FN Norma Davila Kathie Davis Ruben DeLeon AA Gloria Elizonda Tami Elliott George Flanagan 53.1 X l ,. If , am' if KH i x . w is 1 Kelly Francis A A 4 C 1 I X Diane Gremminger f if ' W 5 H e Terry Hill + - + YL 1 8 'ii .lance Jackson Kristen Kelso Y is 4 . we , , I . i S Brion Fox Garland Garner Elso Gonzales . . K 5 ' E 2 Pahi Hall Barry Griffin Monley Hale 1: wk.. 5 X1 . P s 1 r Roxie Hooper Bobby Howard Yetta Hyland Us 1' X , fx. i .X - .Q z i uf , X. Y , L14 ra il - me .N Donna James Calvin Jones Dennis Jones .1 we Alma Ledesmo Gerry Ledesma Chris Moyes Y Robert Gonzales Tim Harvell 4,5 Bert Isbell l Greg Jones Elizabeth Leo McSpedden no if . WL X f , L. Patricia Minter Chris Molidor David Moore , E f X- 'gf he In 1 6 Stacy O'DeIl Armando Ortega Delores Ortega Isa Ortega 4' W, x., A - - 1 , lx L s O E 2 W 'F if' Margie Parvin Eddie Pennington Mike Roberts Eddie Rodriquez V gwvzg vw, :',xf"1QW2Q' , v. VM lezqfvvgw "3 he "xy , 1 Q, ' Q an i5"?"'2-iw so ,Zen R . it Ya K. 3, I 35,5 ,V , ' , hV0 5,V ,3V,i..'G,g6 :aa ' gpg i-il, ,Q ' " 'Q -fu M X ik i w' H.291'l!Lu:A2V N: 1 f. 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M' " - 45 ' J' gd KN Q i 75' . ,QM ." 15 fuk, ll. f Q. . Seventh grade class officers Dennis Jones, Annette Stewart, Margie Parvin, Greg Jones, and Ruben DeLeon break ground for their secondary education. ,- Katherine Norman Elizabeth Obiedo Marguerita Ortega vs 4 11 -, K ? 1 1 Bret Rogers 'Ds Justo Roias Tresso Sims R l T R T S ,Q 1 or i Lewis Smith Tami Sprouse ,ig O, r 5 a ny 3 Rhonda Taylor . -.1 . Glen Thompson Jerry Williams r .Ax r -Q i tif: Q? fix, 3 r Kathy Williams K Steven Williams Q lvihl Annette Stewart Diana Trevino Lewis Williams Fixx? R on , Bill Winfrey Left: Roxie Hooper and Patti Hall eat a nutritious lunch in the cafeteria. Right: Seventh grade sponsors are Richard White and Miss Linda Turquette. Bobby Talley Don Taylor Bertha Turner Michael Williams Enedina Zapata Barry Vaughn . 1 . N Shirley Williams Mrs. Nancy Baum ,,..,T Sixfh Grade 'tv ft- f unaf- 'lay '--fs Rachel Salinas Stephen Sides J. D. Tadlock Evan Yeager Yvonne Ballard Michael Byrd Guillermo Camu Shirley Casfleberry Norma Chancellor Polly Cowen Suzanne Davidson Jimmy Del.eon Dalia Flores Jose Garza Tim Hanson Debra James Joel Kerby Ramon Lazano Mimie Marlinez Raymond Marfinez Terry Mayfield Christine Moore David Pemberton Laurie Powell Ronnie Roberts Lelicia Rodgriguez Hilario Ruiz Sixfh Grade bylviq Raymond Tim Donna Blanca Scott Anzuqldq Benson Bullard Cannaday Cantu Cates Tina Jeff Marcelo Kimmie Annette Michelle Clanton Eaton Esparza Fagan Fielden Ford Garza 4... Rachel Ricky Roosevelt Fabian Pat Carl Gonzalez Hensley Jackson Debra Beverly Cecil Ronnie Shelli Mark Kesgard King Ortega Phillips Rogers Smith 4' Garry Dora Jessie Debbie Thomas Trevino Villarreal Whitsell 'Aww Becky Williamson Mrs. Pauline Pettus Garry Thomas and Tina Clanton prepare for a Thanksgiving skit. Mrs. Lavella Walls Sixfh Grade Jim Ainsworth Curtis Airhart Galen Barnes Nancy Black Sheryl Brown Irma Canlu Carlos Castillo Mary Cisneros Terri Clark Kennefh du Menil Raul Garza Debra Harvell Billy Hill Ricky Ishmael Luis Guerra Linda Jackson Dana Jennings Gretchen Jones Susie Kelso Noe Lopez Michael Lucas Cheryl Malone Rusty McSpedden Dora Sanchez Jesse Sanchez Greg Smolhermon Mrs. Walls explains a math problem fo Che- ryl Malone. Kim Sons Steven Vaughn Earlene Waters rs. Alton Adkinson Jr. Bobby Anderson Martin Anzualda lll Angelic Brown Mike Brown Lori Bunnie Sixth Grade tv- Andrea Bryson Melodie Butler Pat Colville Dalia Castillo Laurie Collinsworth Nina Ishmael Jesse Kesgard Sergio Lopez Mrs. Mary Nash Ken McDonnold Lisa Mahan Peter Molidor Robert Moreno Clay Mulanax Cookie Ortega Elisa Rivera Connie Ruiz Cherie Smith Opal Smith Oletc Taylor Patricia Waters Rickie West Jay Williams Tami Winfrey -,L Lee Skiles Earl Standerfer Judy Secor Mary Stroope Laurie Taylor Jim Vice Fifth Grade Judith Barentine Denise Barnes Deborah Boyer Kim Covington Barry Davis Doug Davis Rhonda Davis Jose Gallegos Lonnie Garner John Grayson Ana Maria Gonzalez Bertha Gutierrez Deborah Howard Judith Jones Janie Kirby Todd King Eddy Lozano Dollie Miller Edward Ortega Marina Ortega Tony Salinas Neil self Miss Dianne Lowry Ray Williams, Earl Standerfer, and Jim Vice enioy basketball in P.E. Fiffh Grade . , i il' fllzlll XF 'PN XX x ? V ,TE B ti, 'll ' M l- Kg ,X Y. 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B or lt 4 Patti Carter and Diane Pars- ley visit the library. l Mary Baum David Booker Peggy Braden Patti Carter Donny Coleman Kyle Eaton Terry Fagan Anna Maria Garcia Tommy Greene Thomas Hanson Lori Harvell Billy Howard Penny Jonas Christine Liscono Bobby Moore Robert Ortega Bobbie Owens Donna Parsley Kellie Powell Chuck Reynolds Mary Rodriguez Manuel Rojas Mrs. Nancy Moehring Regina Templin Dianne Tittle MVS- LYf1dCl HOFDGD Mrs. Haman gives instruction in history to Mary Ann Rodriguez 'Kms if ner a aoool 4' ami are 5 'UN 4"i"" 1'.'b v I .iffvki Ann Ainsworth Lupe Arguello Jackie Barentine Sherman Brown Ricky Carpenter Kim Carter Gary Castleberry Benny DeLeon Patricia Elizondo Joe Dunfield Chris Fielden Donnie James Martha Gonzales Frederico Padron Lisa Polston Scott Roberts f fl I , M is i. - 2' Mary Ann Rodriguez Russell Rogers Cole Talley Lori Thomas Richard Zapata Barry Byrd and Mrs. Tadlock discuss the makings of a volcano and the model which Barry constructed. Mrs. Polly Tadlock Fo urfh Grade ln- Jhx 'W X Scott Wilson 4, f .'f" J r Y, 2 Kip Bledsoe Judy Boyer Barry Byrd Norma Chavez Juanita Cisneros Kelly Gremminger Scott Griffin Virginia Hall Pamela Kemp Wade Kirchner Jill Mayes Gregory Molidor Beverly Petty Francisco Rivera Gabriel Rodriquez Mary Jane Rodriquez Stephen Rucilez Nick Soto Bryan Waddle Michael West 'vw g , f l Mrs. Betty Bryson Efrain Anzualda Tony Coulter ourfh Grade Y. ., Tommy Grounds and Rudy Salinas are hap- pily getting ready for Thanksgiving Day. ' AN 5 Tllf o an a Garza Irma Martinez Joyce Pratt ff Q Irma Kip Anzualda Butler Tyrina Brenda Dixon Fox Jerry Randy Grounds Jones Cathy Brenda McLain Miller Apolonio Treva Rodriguez Taylor G 'l" T i "'ll' V V, tfzl. Kenneth Waters Raul Cantu Julie Frankie Kirk Kelso Maria Ortega Wes Walton Mi Ray DG'-'Vid Doran Marisol Abner A'9Uell0 Brown Cantu Dan Sherry Ricky Curtis Clark Cook Cunningham vYGarner Rl-IdY Alanzo Casey Ronald Gomez Grayson Hayes Howard H B il Brenda , Chris Junior Edward Johnson Malone Mayes Moreno Nadine Jqhn Ann B,-yqn Salinas Short Skidmore Smifh ROC-lneY Amanda Lavera Sons wqddle williams 'QQ Mrs. Miriam Haley Third Grade X . l Casey Hayes and Brenda Johnson enjoy map siudy. Mrs Marie Riddle Athony Tommy Donna James Grqnyllle Ricky Bagwell Braden BTOWU BYOWU Clark Cross is ' SER i lgfsgx, ,j Diana Hernandez .Af 4 ' 1 . ., ,, Debra Petfy Mar Manuel Kay Stephanie Roger Agapetio Reyes Sanchez Thomas Welch Wllllams Zapata A. H .gg -, 1 A il! H A g 1 . T. s si D 'W ' 'l A 1 A.: 4 is . T I T ir ra e , I ii! . K N 1 Q , i. L T. gs xx . ! ly 'X I f , N RX :KVL -F ' 'P+ siir qs A Mrs. Ashley and sludenls Daly Duncan an J? Mrs. Lucille Ashley d Angela Williams discuss math. nr- Benny Jessie Bobby Marcis Daly Delia Afismendez Ballard Barenfine Davis Duncan Gallegos Lisa Terri Kevin Sherry Tricia Marcus Garner Glover Griffin Harbor Hicks Jennings Doran Tim Jim Donnie Philip Adam Jones Kerby Moore Phillips Pink Ramirez 41 Q- 1- --.-1-4 Miguel Teresa Lisa Ronny Tenia Angila Rodiguez Rojas Smolherman Spears Taylor Williams pm 0 Mrs. Mary Jo Goldman he Second .,,e Grade Pam Bryson Greg Wade Marr Nor ris Rene Rivera Cella Trevino and j 'Y f Mike Sanchez stand in front of ihe new gym QUE s f K . Carmalila Villarreal Greg Wade Terri Wade nf za I Mike Sanchez Lisa Self Jimmie Thompson Celia Trevino David Alexander Carmen Arguello Pam Bryson Danny Chavez Ricky Coulfer Charles Cross Rhonda Dunham Esmeralda Gallegos Ricky Gonzales Vickie Hale Paula Harris Becky McGaugh Mari Norris Banks Pemberton Rene Rivera ...J Clockwise, from lower left, Carlos Anzualda, Roxie Turner, Merri Elliott, Kim Whitsell, Debbie Weston, and Nancy Stroope request help from substitute teacher Charlotte Thompson. Second Grade Carlos Anzualda fu. Timothy Bagwell Tino Berghauser YYY' Joe Bullard Alicia Chavez Becky DeLeon Lindell Dorty Merri Elliott Louisa Gonzales Susan Hall wpf John Hanson Alecia Jones Sylvester Lozano Steven Martinez Mark Moehring Narciso Ortega Veronica Salinas ec? f Nancy Stroope Roxie Turner Debra Weston Kim Whitsell Billy Williams Kathleen Yeager Q-wr' Second Grade f'v'1n 'iw' Kevin Barrow Mrs. Edris Ellioh Rhoda Norma Ann Billingsley Canlu Virginia Margaret Sonia l Darrell Jones, Loretto Mayes, and Sonia Cunningham Carter Clanton Cunningham YQCGSS. Monica Selestino Michael Darrell Martha Loretia Del-8011 Guerra Hughes Jones Lopez Mayes A X,e,,N i l f R Sdmmie Marsha Juan Jesse Lole Trini M0079 Parsley Reyes Rodriguez Roias Salazar Melvo Tracy Delma Sherri Suzzanne Soulherland Taylor Trevino Vaughn Wdde wifi? 7? ,, Q 4-53 i iump rope al Mrs. Lorene McCarty Firsf Grade Dwayne Alexander 'DQ 9 we---' Sandra Ecfor Anzaldua Arguello Q: Ricardo Mendoza and Eclor Arguello enioy coloring. Beverly Sylvia Casfleberry Chavez Ma ria Belinda Tommy Tanya Tommy Vince Esparoza Flores Grounds Hensley Home Justus 'Cf dmv. ,!,'4 I W A Alberto Ricardo Reynaldo An nehe Gene Norma Mendosa Mendosa Padron Pannell Penninglon Rivera up.,- Jesse Teddy Rodriguez Southerland Selina Tiierina Janice Brent Ruben Williams Whilsell Zapafa fif 'Sai' 1 ft i A l Q I Mark Roy Ainsworth Anzualda --... N212 ral K4 Cynlhia Welda Brown Carler ss John Paul Joey Deleon Franke fill'-ixlfxi Firsf Grade ,,..-A Sandy Timothy Anzualdo Barentine hmmm J N.. Mrs. Jo Harrington f y somnnlilffi' v 'N CRUW ABOU' Aida Geri Castillo Clark 1' . I ,, ., If L 1 f f' Abril Joe if m ay 'V .3594 fa Q., ' f ' J is is , 32 83,59 85 as 87 as sv QQ.--, ' if if' EC Goforlh Gonzalez SCON WGIYOY1 Gnd Geri Clark display their work. K Lizziebell John Doyel Imelda Ka,-ol Angelina Gilberto Grayson King Ledesma Mills Nunez Rodriquez is - Y ,am '- fl -'W 3 J ,sf iil' 4 1 ' 4 Frances Cynthia Johnny 106 Rusty Scott Roias Samuels Thompson Trevino Walker WCll0f'l Firsf Grade Rodney Luis i W ' I Adkinson Arguello ,Q 1-Q T Mrs. Mary Boals Domingo Virginia Chavez Camacho Na H' Some of Mrs. Boals' perfect readers are Paul King, Tommy Wade, Todd Reynolds, and Patri- cia Hernandez. Cynthia Patricia Guerra Hernandez iv' f fe, W-. Paul Esmeralda Christopher Glenda King Lozano Mayfield Miller iw Luciano Julio Todd K0ll'l9f5n9 Reyes Reyna Reynolds Stewflrf 'li lf" r.. Brian Lucy Booker Bryd r, Russell Misty Cunningham Davis Curtis Cynthia Hill Jones Jeanni Nikki Pickering Pirtle Choice Charles Templin Thomas Wade Ea tl Joe Balderramos Mary Balderramos Penny Ballard Ann Braden David Canfield Special Educafion Roel Roias Jimmia Sims Debbie Stringfield Amy Jo Whetstone Claudie Williams Lettie Cantu Eloy Davila Frank Hensley Hoface Mrs. Elliott and students Scott Pelt, Maria Lozano, -lohnsan Jimmia Sims, David Canfield, Leticia Cantu, Caludie Williams, Horace Johnson, Amy Whetstone, and Peter Mayes look at a picture graph. Mrs. Nan Elliott Maria Lozano Peter Mayes Scott Pelt Mrs. Penny Jones ills. L 'ill Mrs. Qpringerfs Ainsworth R b ,:Q32..., Idndergarfen David Williams Ray Allen Williams fbi. in 1'7" me 7... Dora Sepulveda Alice Thompson Guadalupe Trevino Martin Villarreal Kathleen Brown Anna Canlu Frances Ann Chavez Hilda Chavez Richardo De Leon Jessie Dorty Cynthia Gallegos Lucia Gonzales Juan Guevara Ricky Harber Pedro Hernandez Brenda Jones Deborah .lanes Domingo Martinez Anila Mendoza Mary Ann Padron Fredrick Ratcliff Javier Reyes Oscar Rodriguez Eliza Salinas Mrs. Barbara Springer muff-- sf A 5 MLW, X mfingfff f ,QW iff Wf fva f X f 'Mfg ,WZ ZZ? if ,, W? ff! gg Fm , i f ,bf ,W , W if M W- 4' fa ffgff . MW f Jlfkw g if ! V A hm ts W pf Qi ,, V25 my uf Q v , , VI ' . ' ,,,, l " ' f " 3 " ., 5 WA gf ,1H'J?f ,f ' ' if :,,fMh,,' Af ,zfffffsf fi ' :ff g:,S,2: " . wa A A" , .4 ff VW , F: f 5' - , 2 ' 5 E s , 3 ' t, 5 3 f f ' 1 ' if 5 ky I 'v :V fr I 1 L3?5'? A M 35 33 r " 1 ' 5, ' 1' , fum "If one advances confidenfly in fhe direcfion of his dreams, and endeavors fo live fhe life which he has imagined, he will meef wifh success unexpecfed in common hours . . . If you have builf casfles in fhe air, your work need nof be losf: fhaf is where fhey should be. Now puf fhe foundaiions under fhem. " - Thoreau .. :ggi Honors Miss Connie Pearson Mr, Jimmy Yafeg Mr. and Miss FHS Each year an election is held to choose one girl and one boy to represent Frisco High School as Mr. and Miss FHS. An election sponsored by the Student Council by a large maiority named as this year's Mr. and Miss FHS Connie Pearson and Jimmy Yates. Both are seniors and are very active in academic and extra-curricular activities. No two people are more representative of FHS than Connie and Jimmy. Miss Suzie Roberts Suzie is a senior at Frisco High who has actively participated in the following varied activities: she has been a member of the Beta Club for three and a half years and served as reporter her iunior year, she has played varsity basketball for three years and was a captain this year, she has been an active member of both the FHA and Student Council for two years, she has been a member of the Annual Staff for two years and served as co- editor this year, and she was a class president in both her freshman and iunior years. After maior- ing in secondary education at ETSU, Suzie plans to teach school and be a housewife. As her favor- ite food, Suzie lists everything but Chinese food. Mosf Likely fo Succeed Mr. Jimmy Yates Also o senior, Jimmy plans to attend the Univer- sity of Texas at Arlington. At the moment, his far future plans are undecided. During his high school years, Jimmy played varsity football for four years. He has been named "all area" for one year, "honorable mention-all district" for one year, and "all district" for one year. Jimmy was also a captain this year. Other high school activi- ties include: Student Council-3 years, FFA-I year, track-1 year, senior class vice president, and Mr. FHS. Recently Jimmy was nominated for the TACT award lThe Teenage Citizenship Tribute Awardl. When asked what his favorite foods were, Jimmy quickly replied "fried chicken!" KN .uruuu.gy b . :lg- - zgffs . .fri-.Wi 5,-if Senior Class Favorifes Debbie King Drag Pelf Junior Class Favorifes Marilyn Tadlock Larry Francis 1 21 Sophomore Class Favorifes Ginger Duncan Ricky Aaron Freshman Class Favorifes vm Robin Grounds Mike Rejon Eighfh Grade Favorifes Julia DeLeon Kennefh MoGaugh Sevenfh Grade Favorifes Elizabefh Mc Qpedden Armando Orfega Sixfh Grade Favorifes Mrs. PeHus Class Beverly King Garry Thomas Mrs. Baum 's Class Terry Mayfield David Pemberlon Mrs. Wall 's Class Cheryl Malone Cyriis Airharl Fiffh Grade Favorifes Miss Lowry 's Class Barry Davis i Qfroope Mrs. Moehring 's Class Tommy Greene Mary Baum Mrs. Nash 's Class Pefer Molidor Tami Winfrey Fourfh Grade Favorifes Mrs. Haman 's Class Mrs. Tadlock's Class Virginia Hall Kip Bledsoe Mrs. Bryson s Class .lulie Franke Wes Walfon Third Grade Favorifes A Mrs. Haley 's Class I 5 Doran Brown Ann Skidmore W.. ,. Mrs. Ashley's Class .X V Tim Kerby Angila Williams Mrs. Riddle 's Class I . Douglas Hosp Kay Thomas Second Grade Favorifes Mari Norris Mrs. 9pencer's Class Mrs. ElIioH's Class Mrs. Goldman 's Class Michaef' Hughes Greg Wade Firsf Grade Favor: Paw' King Tommy Horn Scoff Walfon Kindergarfen Favorifes Deborah .lones Domingo Marfinez 9PeoiaI Ann Braden uoafion .lose Balderamos Favorlfes Jimmia Simms Scoff Pelf Awards Presenfed fo Seniors of 1972 MIKE AARON Speech Award KAREN BURMAN AAAA - X .KW. S STEVE BACCHUS Best All Around Boy Best All Around Senior Boy Awards RANDY BARTON Most Athletic Senior Award ROGER BLACK Math, Industrial Arts Awards 1972 Valedictorian JAY BEAVERS FFA Public Speaking Awards CHRIS COBB BOBBY COOK DOYLE COULTER English Award DeKalb Award Bookkeeping Award Agriculture Production Award Donna Elliot Band, Shorthand Awards, Best All Around Girl, Best All Around Sr. Girl Donna Sheppard FHA Award Tommy Waldsmith Electrification Award Awards Each spring FHS students are honored for hard work and outstanding contributions. Awards to graduating seniors are presented at graduation, most others are given at a May assembly. The Coonskin recognizes these honorees, both former and present students. ,gif M. Holly House 1972 Salutotorlan Bobby Slough Agriculture Sales Service Award Randy Webb Recreation Award Awards of 1972 Randy Almond Donnie Barrow ' l' li f' Llves oc Produc lon Horticulture Award Award Kathy Baum Typing Award Danny Carroll Farm Safely Award Chris Griffin Leadership Sophomore Class, Star Chapler Farmer Awards Joni McSpedden Biology Award I""',,..-WA David Brown Special Ed Award Mike Cates Leadership Freshman Class, Star Green Hand Awards Linda Lockwood Social Studies Award Lena Miller Special Ed Award Louis Molidor Mike Molidor ijargd wildlife Dairy Production Award J, N Van -Nichols lm ewman A rlculture- Yearbook Award 9 Mechanics Award ...---ID Cheryl Norris Most -Athletic Girl Award, District I Miss VFW, Winner of Who's Who of FHS Joe Ortega Craig Pelt Most Athletic Boy .Outstanding Award 3rd Year Student Award Suzie Roberts Science, Leadership of Junior Class Awards Ricky Waldsmith Home Improvement Award School personnel help build our minds, bod- ies, skills, and character. H ,,,, , K V - N f F. fi ,,,,, , Mr. and Mrs. Hudson dedicated their pre-homecoming time to help build a float. Mrs. Kirkpatrick makes use of a smile along with the duplicating machine to further her students' education. '34 mass of sfeel girders, rivefs, morfar and brick becomes a familiar scene fhal fakes ifs place in fhe avenues of fhe mind. The buildings are lifeless hulls wifhouf lhe lifeblood of fhe people who inhabif fhem. Taylor School Personnel Resolve today thot you will bose your educoiion on solid foundations for oll of your fomorrows. Discipline and encourage your mind fo seek ond fhirsf after knowledge. Knowledge will enhance, enrich, and vifclize your entire ollofied life span. Q40-f ,KA41-0-f i glfzt. building lbil'dingj l. to make by putting materials togetherg 2. to form gradually, developg 3. to establish on some foundation, base. World Book Didionary This definition explains what the students and citizens of Frisco High School are doing. They are building for a sound and happy future. yyii ..,, i i l i. :H f 1 1' new ., : , y ' 15 Ea We hope that the time spent at Acker is only the beginning of your education. We are striving to aid you in obtaining the best education possible. The school system is growing numerically and as a result new and improved buildings are all around us. Our hope is that you will take advantage of what is provided for you. in Jdaa, ,c,cJyy my gguv,yy Secretaries of Frisco Schools Mrs. Ruth Ann Hall Mrs. Wanda Wade MVS- Rebv C0f"0ll Q I Mrs. Hall lends a helping hand at the Halloween Carnival. FHS Teacher of fhe Year Mrs. Ruth Borchardt has been a teacher at F.H.S. for I8 years. She is an active member of the P.T.A., Beta Club, and is a sponsor of the Junior Class. The teachers voted for Mrs. Borchardt to represent F.H.S. in the "Teacher of the Year" contest. Q lf g . Math Teachin Staff MRS. BARBARA K. VICK BA - Lamar Tech., Related Math I and II, 7th and 8th Math. I . .il-ffl' 1'-I ZL6i.z7 5jf"7IfQ 77741 coach. Armin fyluflgli jlfff' of F - ,ff KJ 1- fafdg 2 :,j,c7ff7'j24,3g'f4 41117 14 , f 6,3-JM aL.L1,m,1 . ffffm I I f VK -UXCXL' -I fi 57 Wil . I F54 xyfl Mrs. Vick exclaims that her door is the best when it comes to Christmas decorations. Helping to decorate the door are Armando Elizondo and Lorenzo Flores. MISS RUDENA S. KUDLAC BS - Oklahoma St. Univ., 7th grade Math, Related Math I, Jr.-Hi girls athletics, assistant varsity girls' MRS. RUTH BORCHARDT BA - North Texas St. Univ., Alge- bra I and II, Business Arithmetic, Geometry. 'fb Even when she is snowed under with work, Mrs. Borchardt always has a ready smile. Here the photographer caught her while she prepares her classes' work for the next day. Science Teaohin Staff .Ag K , -ff ' ' M. . MR. VOYZE HARRIS BS - Baylor University, Advanced math, Life Science, Physics, Chemis- try, and Biology. Jaffa s' I During his hall duty, Coach Starnes is unfortunate enough to catch Ricky Haun and Gary Whitsell while they were sneaking around the halls. ., ,T cw.. E nie MR. JAY STARNES BS - N.T.S.U., Athletics, Physical Science, Biology, Boys' Physical Ed. eyjf, Science, Physical ence. ,W PSP QA ,W-If' Mr. Harris visually demonstrates his hereditary ability tongue. Does he think it shows a person's intelligence? ff of rolling his A Whole New World Is Expressed MRS. LINDA BLASE BA - TWU, MA - TWU, U.S. History, English I, English II. V K K K '- ., rf , J , I - Mrs. Linda Massey reads over a rough draft form in year- book. Coach Mike Atchley retreats into the teachers workroom for a rest MIKE ATCHLEY BS - Midwestern University, World History, Civics, Boys' Basketball, Football. Through fhe Grace of Hisfory and English 2 wr-""' I L 'M-.rd-,,,,,... 3 I rf' I, If Mrs. Charlotte Erwin is the Teachers' Aide at Acker Elementary. The duplicator machine is her best friend. .J WWW Hercules Johnny Standerfer and his helper, Mr. Joe Moehring, amuse the lunchtime crowd. Nui' ,r MISS LINDA TURQUETTE BA - SMU5 Eng- Iish 7, English 8. MRS. SHERRY CRIGGER BS - NTSUp English III, English IV, Typing I. MRS. LINDA MASSEY BA - Baylorg Clerical, English I, Yearbook Mrs. Linda Blase helps Sylvia Sanchez with a tough problem for today's assignment. Vocational Classes Build Students' Skill MRS. MARY NAN STORY MRS. FRANCES JUSTUS MISS SUE CALVERLEY BSHE Abilene, MS - TWU, BS - N.T.S.U., Homemaking l, ll, BS - TWU, Practice teacher in Homemaking ll, Consumer Educa- and lll. cooperation with Mrs. Mary Nan tion, Home Economics Cooperation Story. Education. Even for a chance to have her picture taken, Mrs. Story won't leave her work until it is completed. i L2 Benito Gonzales looks on as Jim Newman gives Mr. White a look at the right way to spend a homeroom period. MR. CHARLES A. JUSTUS t B-s- '- N-T-S-U-i Crafts, Wood- At the Junior-Senior Prom, Mr. and Mrs. Justus contributed grace and charm. shop. lf 1 MR. W. A. FIELDEN BS - E.T.S.U.g MEd - E.T.S.U.p Vocational Agriculture ll 8- lll, Cooperative Training. MR. DON H. MONTGOMERY BS - Texas Tech., Vocational Agriculture I, Farm Power and Machinery. HM l .4 A... l Mr. Montgomery finds that Randy Almand is very efficient in the operation of an engine ana- lyzer. This is iust one of the many delicate instruments used by the Tractor Mechanics class in their work with engines. 'X Il 5' x Teachers Prepare Students for Practical Livin S s MRS. EDWINNA HANSEL BS + W.T.S.U.g Special Education. MRS. CHARLOTTE STANLEY MRS. WANDA J. KIRKPATRICK BS - TWUp 7th and 8th grade BA - N.T.S.U.p 7th and 8th History. Grade Special Ed. I as 'CZ I' MRS. SUE CALVERT BA - TWU, Teacher Aide, Office and Special Ed. Mr. Michael Spencer tells the eager crowd about the Christmas songs the band will play during the concert. MRS. CHARLOTTE ERWIN BA - Baylor University, Teacher Mrs. Wilma Fisher helps Pam Mireau with o AIde Acker Elememlcry' typing puzzle. MISS DALE DAVITTE BS - Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Girls' and Boys' P.E., Special Education, P.E. at Acker Elementary. Not shown: Jan Elliott, Collin County Nurse. MRS. WILMA FISHER M. Ed. - NTSU, BS - ETSU Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing I II, 7th Grade History. MR. ED ISAACS BA - ETSU, MA - ETSU, Counselor. MR. HAROLD HILL BS - ETSU, M. Ed - ETSU, Ath- letics, Boys' and Girls' P.E., Jr. 5 High Boys' P.E. 6 Br 9 we P Z MRS. Eioise ISBELL BA - NTSU, Speech, Library. MRS. DEBORAH MICHAEL Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Ele- mentary Reading under Title I pro- gram, reading Special Education, 3rd grade girls' P.E. i ,J I , 0 The fucuIty's skit at the pep rally before the Sanger game was based on the "Ten Little Indians." MR. MICHAEL SPENCER B.M.E. - NTSU, Band. Mr. Harold Hill is the backbone of the hap- piness at FHS - he is iust bubbling over!! Acker Staff Qupervises Qfudenfs why Art is one of Martin ViIIarreaI's favorite subjects in school. Lunch is a time that is an enjoyable time for all students and teachers at Acker. Mrs. Baum often chats with sixth graders. fxxx 'Nu' 5 Q 0 tw V . Q ', ,VA I Ns J I , Q. .Q , Mrs. Haman is shown giving instructions to one of her students, Scott Roberts. f -A 62- 3 ,,..,..f Mrs. Stringer shows her kindergarden students how to make paper hats School Board Makes Decisions The school board has the responsibility for finances, for formulating policy, and for making high-level decisions. The new construction and the remodeling of the old high school have occupied much of their time this year. At a typical meeting are board members, from left: President Kenneth Barnes, Billy Gene Phillips, T. H. McSpedden lhiddenl, Jackie Newman, School Superintendent W. H. Hudson, W. S. Minter, Vice President Calvin Bledsoe, Secretary Joe Wade. v had A is ,........-m..e..,..,...-M K I' ' l Nm... ..... - "When we mean to build, we first survey the plot, then draw the model, and when we see the figure of the house, then must we rate the cost of the erection." - Shakespeare Sport builds our bodies. lt teaches us coordination and control of our muscles. Competitive sports give athletes good character. "We require from buildings, as from men, lwo kinds of goodness: lirsl, lhe doing fheir praclical duly well: lhen lhaf fhey be graceful and pleasing in doing if: which lasl is ifsell' anofher form of duly." Ruskin s-a0F'9"""N ff' N? in 2 ig.r ssrl srissd is iiii AZJN gitlgts L A '.'1 -s WW 'B' ipsum.-A 4 .v .ai -Q' 'sl . Q my Aus - v Y' . .wmsewmw is 'X 1 E Ab F K5 Sporfs X Coach Harold Hill Coach Gary Hayes Frisco Coon Varsity Scoreboard Frisco 27 Frisco 6 Frisco I4 Frisco 26 Frisco 25 Frisco 70 Frisco 49 Frisco 7 Frisco 50 Frisco 41 Allen 0 Forney 36 Van Alstynel8 Farmersville 8 Honey Grove 15 Callisburg O Muenster 0 Nocona l3 Pilot Point 0 Sanger O Coon Coaches "Hard work, dedication, and pride best describe the football fighting Coons of 1972. The pleasure belonged to the coaching staff. This was indeed the hardest working group of young men I have been associ- ated with. The season should be gratifying to all who were associated with the ball club." A 1 ,f fi' 591344 9 Coach Mike Atchley Coach Jay Starnes Coach Richard White I 972- 73 Frisco Coons All-Disfricf Players S Jimmy Yates l5'll 4 years, All Denton Area Linebacker Van Nichols U01 3 years, All-District H.B., Off., All-District H.B., Def. args Filo Ortega l80l 2 years, All-District End Off. Jimmy Chappell l7lj 2 years, All-District Guard, Off., All-District Tackle, Def. 'Nr swf-f QQIV' l Donnie Barrow ll 21 3 years, Hon. Mention Qb., Off., Defensive Halfback Joe Ortega l4lj 2 years, All-District LB., Def., Defensive Player of the year Y ll Ronnie Minter i701 4 years, All-District Tackle, Off. 4-mx Gary Whitsell 1741 2 years, Hon. Mention Guard Off., All- District N.G., Del. f Milton Hampton 1851 2 years, Hon. Mention End, Off. 1 92 , 1.541-me 41 Mark Sapp 1861 Craig Pelt 1321 1 year, Hon. Mention End, Def. 4 years, Halfback Louis Molidor 1661 'I year, Guard Ricky Waldsmith 1521 Eduardo Ortega 1281 2 years, Center 2 years, End, Flanker Mike Molidor 1611 1 year, Tackle Van Nichols 1101 scrambles for the T.D. against the Muenster Hornets which led to a victory of 49 to 0. il' v iv A Q I s Bill Rogers l62l Robert Williams l22l Sammy Williams l26l 3 years, Guard 2 years, Halfback l year, Halfback David Province 1601 I year, Guard Donnie Barrow ll2l fights for yardage against the Pilot Point Bearcals. Craig Pell i321 punts for the Coons on the fourlh down which helped lhem lo victory. if Sammy Turner 1311 l year, Halfback sw 3 Blake Vaughn 11 11 Kenny Lowrimore 1641 l year, Quarterback 4 years, Guard Blake Vaughn holds as Ed Ortega kicks for extra point. Frisco Coons run through Victory line at half time Gig Gross 1401 l year, Halfback A Donald Johnson 1211 Martin Wright 1721 I year, Halfback 'I year, Guard Larry Francis C631 Jackie Davis 1341 Tackle Cen. Halfbcck Ricky Haun 1751 JimmY H0l'0f'd i501 4 years, End 1 Year, Cenfef Robert Williams 1221 after a long run is tackled by two Van Alstyne players. Raul Ortega 1811 Henry Ruiz 1491 I year, End 'I year, Tight End Frisco Fi hfin Coon Squad Back Row, Left to Right: Ricky Haun, Bill Rogers, Ricky Waldsmith, Milton Hampton, Gary Whitsell, Craig Pelt, Jimmy Yates, Sammy Williams, Larry Francis, Jimmy Chappell, Joe Ortega. Middle Row: Eduardo Ortega, Mike Molidor, Donald Johnson, Kenny Lowrimore, Van Nichols, Mark Sapp, Louis Molidor, Jimmy Holland, Gig Gross, Filo Ortega. Bottom Row: Armando Ledesma, Raul Ortega, Ronnie Minter, Martin Wright, Donnie Barrow, David Province, Henry Ruiz, Jackie Davis, Robert Williams, Blake Vaughn, and Sammy Turner. Many Dufies Are Handled by Managers Clemente Ortega Leo Rvir Manager Mllnagef Football Fvofbvll Jimmy Elizondo Manager Football iv K fl David Brown Manager Football, Basketball Jf wi Steve Baum Manager Football 'ff .: MS- Donnie Barr coons. ow lnumber l2l gets tackled while trying to get yardage for the Joe Ortega runs through some Pilot Point players for another first down. Junior Varsity Back Row Standing, From Left to Right, Are: Bob Rogers, Marshall Rogers, Joey Pannell, Jack Cunnady, Mike Reion, Michael Ford, John Standerfer, Coach Atchley. Second Row: Chris Covington, Javier Escobedo, Ray Guerra, Mateo Ortega, Rene Trevino, Ricky Turner, David Murray, Lynn Blake, Steve Byrd. Front Row: Bill Dunfield, Ricky Cavillo, Bubba Thompson, Joshua Molidor, Bobby Fox, Kevin Carter. Ei hth Grade Back Row: Robert Flores, Alan King, Jerry Hamilton, Geoffrey Gross, Jeff Davis, Jeff Sheppard, Armando Elizondo, Julian Martinez, Coach White. Middle: Kenneth Carter, Jose Rodriguez, Sammy Holland, Frankie Liscano, Billy Templin, Larry Davis. Front: Terry Chappell, Kelly Hicks, Mark Molidor, George Cavillo, Edward Ledesma, Kenneth McGaugh. Seventh Grade an-4 V 'wif .....-.--- 4955 7 VA: Si! Back Row lLeft to Rightl Are: Burlie Glover, Woody Flangan, David Moore, Jerry Ledesma, Clif Anderson, Coach White, Michael Williams, Armando Ortega, Dennis Jones, Alan Anderson, Brian Fox. Middle: Bret Rogers, Bobby Talley, Barry Vaughn, Isa Ortega, Eddie Rodriguez, Michael Roberts, Bill Winfrey, Don Taylor. Front: Barry Griffin, Calvin Jones, Greg Jones, Justo Roias, Jance Jackson, Bert Isbell, Danny Diaz. ll ll Onward fo Vicfory . . . Boys' Varsity Basketball Team: Manager David Brown, Bill Rogers, Van Nichols, Capt. Mark Sapp, Ricky Waldsmith, Capt. Ronnie Mlnter Donnie Barrow, Milton Hampton, Jackie Davis, Steve Baum, Jimmy Holland and Coach Mike Atchley. Ronnie Minter 1221 Center-Senior Captain Donnie Barrow ll 21 Van Nichols U01 Forward-Junior Forward-Junior Mark Sapp C331 Center-Senior Captain "We're fhe Biggesf . . . " Milton Hampton 1451 Bill Rogers 140, Forward-Junior Forward-Junior Ricky Woldsmilh 1551 Mike Cates l30l Center-Junior Guard-Sophomore Sieve Baum ll Il Guard-Sophomore fl sb '4""E' ....,.,,,,.. W Ill VT 3,6 h I F55 ln' z a F H Sl! R 'i" 151 2 ' L- F' ' 'iV',,' - 52jf?l" .A i i Q - ss 1 llll illll 'W ., V. -,' 5 , 3 Q I 'W N FAN ., Senior, Ronnie Minfer, heals Petrolia to ihe Coons' goalg the sho? is good for two pls. Jackie Davis l20l Forward-Sophomore "0oons Vicforious . . . " Kneeling: IL-Rl: Joni McSpedden, Connie Pearson, Ginger Duncan, Kalhy Baum, Suzie Roberts, Barbara duMeniI, Karen Rogers, Cheryl Norris, Bessie Corier, Kim Nichols, Marion Jeffery, Sharon Webb and Beverly Baum. Standing: Coach Gary Hayes. Bessie Cane, Barbara DuMenil Forward 1231 sf. Capt. F"'W"'d 943 5'- Suzie Roberis Guard ll ll sr' Capt' Guard U01 Sr. Capl. Connie Person Cheryl Norris Kathy Baum Marion Jeffery Joni McSpedden Guard 1441 Sr. Forward 1151 Jr. Guard 1121 Jr. Guard 1321 Jr. ,..., ., ,r.,,, , rr,, ,,,,,,,. . J' - 1 JGJJ JJJ 1 B 2f .1 '. J' A . A V',' Karen Rogers Kim Nichols Beverly Baum Sharon Webb Forward 1131 Jr. Guard 1201 Soph. Forward 131 Freshman Guard 1211 Freshman Kathy Baum goes around a Petrolia girl for a Iefi- handed lay-up. Frisco won 38-34. Ginger Duncan Guard 1551 Soph. "9fand Proud" Front, Left to Right: David Brown-Manager, Chris Covington-center, Ricky Calvillo-forward, Joshua Molidor-forward, David Calvillo-forward Charles Thompson-forward, Lynn Blake-center, Ricky Turner-forward. Standing: Coach Atchley, Blake Vaughn-forward, Jack Cannaday-cen- ter, Marshall Rogers-center, Bob Rogers-center, Mike Reion-forward, Bill Dunfield-center, Max Gomez-center. Boys B- Team Baskefball Lake Ricky Waldsmith scores two points at the Callisburg game. "9-p-i-r-i-f. . . " From Left: Lynn Jeffery-forward, Sheryl Templin-guard, Beatriz Gonzalez-guard, Brenda Wade-forward, Mary Wallace- guard, Penny Craig-guard, Alta George-guard, Robin Grounds-forward, Kathy Carter-guard, Beth Beavers-guard, Thelma Brown-guard, Patricia Chancellor-forward, Bev Weston-forward, Melanie Templin-guard, Rosa Gonzales-forward, Terri Hole-forward. Back Row: Ramona Hanson-Manager, Kim Kelso-guard, Diane Calvillo-Manager. Gary Hayes, coach, is standing. B- Team Girls Basketball Little Beverly Baum practices shooting free throws before a game. "Look 0uf! Here We Come . . . " 8th Grade Boys-Back: George Calvillo, Allen King, larry Davis, Jeff Davis, Geoffrey Gross, Jacky Thomas, Kenneth McGaugh lmanagerl. Front: Sammy Holland, Billy Templin, Coach Richard White, Mark Molidor, and Charles Weston. 8th Basketball Boys 7th Basketball Boys Callisburg 14-24 Callisburg ...... . . .21-11 Callisburg 16-18 Sanger .... . . . 15-16 Pilot Point .... . . .25-26 Sanger . . . . . .29-39 Anna .. 27-46 7th Grade Boys-Back: Bret Rogers fmanagerl, Ben Castillo, Isa Ortega, Jerry Ledesma, Armando Ortega, Bobby Talley, Coach Richard White. Front: Bill Winfrey, Greg Jones, Bert Isbell, Barry Vaughn, Kelly Francis, and Kenneth McGaugh lmanagerl. "Coons Charge . . . !" 8th Grade Girls-Back: Tami Sprouse, Kathy Williams, Candace Sons, Marcy Rucilez, Vicky Vice, Robbyn Rolater, Patty Hall, Annette Obeido lmanagerj, Shelia Davis, Coach Dena Kudlac. Front: Janet Chancellor, Gerry Mayfield, Edie Carter, Kim Province, Sandra Williamson, Bonny 8th Basketball Girls Celeste ..... I4-I8 Lake Dallas . .36-I4 Bowman .... 29-20 Wilson ..... 28-26 Pilot Point Callisburg Callisburg Reed .... Thompson. 7th Basketball Girls Wilson .......... 28-34 Wilson ......... . . . I0-41 Pilot Point ....... 40-lO Callisburg . . . . . . .8- 6 Sanger . won by forfeit Sanger . . ...... 59- 6 ...54-5 Anna... .... ..30-l2 ...28-30 Aubrey . .... 23-10 . . . 32-35 Celina . . .... 38-28 . . . 36-33 7th Grade Girls-Back: Coach Dena Kudlac, Elsa Gonzalez, Annette Stewart, Elizabeth Bell, Alma Ledesma, Dianne Gremminger, Dianna Trevino, Donna James, Assistant Coach Bessie Carter. Middle: Margie Parvin, Kay Braden, Kristen Kelso, Elizabeth Obeido, Patricia Minter, Elizabeth McSpedden. Front: Rhonda Taylor, Norma Davila, Raxie Hooper, Kathy Davis, and Janice Blake. 10 7 Q 'ik in im i 'U ' 2 Zgsazzeg' A i Hi h School Girls' and Boys' Track l J - l ,,x...,,. ,,..., ,f .ML 3 ' N +4 The following are sprinters on the team. Front Row: James Cole- man, Raul Ortega, Ricky Liscano, Ricky Calvillo. Middle Row: Jacky Davis, Donald Johnson, Eduardo Ortega, Sammy Williams. Back Row: Ronnie Minter, Blake Vaughn, and Joey Pannell. The mile relay team consists of: Blake Vaughn, James Cole- man, Ricky Turner. Back Row: Milton Hampton, Donnie Bar- row, Sammy Williams, Van Nichols, and Eduardo Ortega. N, if 'A K fl . ..kJ 1 ,, , , S g l ,, V S Participating in field events are, Front Row: Max Gomez, James Coleman, Marshall Rogers, Jimmy Holland, Bob Rogers, and Ricky Turner. Back Row: Joey Pannell, Mark Sapp, Ronnie Minter, Larry Francis, Sammy Williams, Craig Pelt, Eduardo Ortega, and Coach Jay Starnes. I i l ? L , l 1 I ,, ,,,. , 7 t 7 .' ' " K, 0 xx - ,l 511 g fr N B N 7 if A it X fl H. .1 , Q '1 -faq, i 1 Qfgfg' - 4 NL K B Y 'jigs V Distance runners for the boys' track team are, Front Row: A f X55 VX' . ' X' X1'1 if Joshua Molidor, David Calvillo, Martin Wright, Billy Cook, x 'k i' , V ti V , 1 Ricky Turner. Middle Row: Mike Cates, Steve Baum, Henry 1 A 2 a 1 B 5 V Ruiz, Bobby Fox. Back Row: Gig Gross, Milton Hampton, and E 1 i ' 4 - , r ' wg Jack Cannaday. . is k i ' f F 1 y . -. i f i' Q 1 fi B In ' 4 Q F : . N V F i - ' 1 1 i K, -. ' ,WNW A ' yy' . F , .f XX 3 5 - , Q ' . ,X , 1 gy, B' B 40 , , F 2. 'N 4' avq ' ge lye- l ,,,,, B . MMM, ' ' B C Returning this year for girls' track are, Front Row: Kim Nichols, Kathy Baum, Cheryl Norris. Middle Row: Thelma Brown, Bev Weston, Beth Beavers, Beatriz Gonzales, Penny P Craig. Back Row: Karen Rogers, Gin- ger Duncan lmanagerl, Maurine Brown, Kim Kelso, Joni McSpedden, and Coach Gary Hayes. New to the team are these Fresh- men: Front Row: Sheryl Templin, Beverly Baum, Sharon Webb, Robin Grounds, Rosa Gonzales. Back Row: Patricia Chancellor, Alta George, Tammye Almond, Melanie Templin, and Gary Hayes is their coach. Jr. Hi h Track 8th grade trock team members are, Front Kelly Hicks, George Colville, Mark Molidor, Terry pell, Billy Templin, Timmy Taylor. Middle Row: Sammy Holland, Eduardo Ledesma, Kenneth Carter, Armando Elizondo, Junior Cisneros, Larry Davis. Back Row: Charles Weston, Jacky Thomas, Jerry Hamilton, Geoffrey Gross, Jeff Sheppard, Jose Rodriquez, and Jeff Davis. Participants in track from the seventh grade ore: Front Row: Woody Flanagan, Don Taylor, Bill Winfrey, Colvin Jones, Jance Jackson, Bert Isbell, Barry Vaughn, Chris Molidor, Ruben DeLeon, and Barry Griffin. Middle Row: Kelly Francis, Jimmy Almond, Greg Jones, Armando Ortega, Jerry Ledesma, Eddie Rodriquez, lsa Ortega, Armando Balderamos, Ben Castillo. Back Row: Coach Richard White, Bobby Talley, Eldridge Dunham, Cliff Anderson, Dennis Jones, Bret Rogers, Alon Anderson, Robert Gonzales. Vicki Vice, Edie Carter, She- 8th grade track participants are: From Row: lia Davis, Jan McLain. Middle Row: Gerry Mayfield, Robbyn Rolater, Can- dace Sons, Cheryl Cotey, Marcy Rucilez. Back Row: Kim Province, Janet ' I Chancellor, Bonny Thompson, Sandy Williamson, Coach Dena Kud ac. Members of the seventh grade track team are: Front Row: Roxie Hooper, Marguerita Ortega, Donna James, Elsa Gonzales, Annette Stewart, Norma Davila. Middle Row: Dianne Grem- minger, Alma Ledesma, Kathy Davis, Patty Hall, Gloria Elizondo, Kathy Williams, Elizabeth Bell. ' ' ' ' ' ' M' t Elizabeth Back Row: Tami Sprouse, Margie Parvm, Elizabeth Obledo, Patricia In er, McSpedden, Jan Blake, K Hi h School Golf risten Kelso, Rhonda Taylor, and Coach Dena Kudlac. The 1973 Golf Team consists of, Front Row: Bubba Thomason, Bob Rogers, Bobby Duncan, Billy Cook. Back Row: Louis Molidor, Gig Gross, Mr. .Ioe Moehring icoachl, Scott Riddle, and Van Nichols. Hi h School Baseball Members of the baseball team are, Front Row: Donnie Barrow, Ricky Haun, Mateo Ortega, Filo Ortega, Raul Ortega, Jackie Davis, Jimmy Chappell. Middle Row: Jesse Gonzales, Eduardo Ortega, Joe Ortega, Kenny Lowrimore. Back Row: Coach Harold Hill, Jimmy Elizondo, Van Nichols, Gary Whitsell, Craig Pelt, Ricky Waldsmith, Mark Sapp. Not Pictured: Blake Vaughn. W 4.1 x X "la W- - LXVXA FQ. Eh: .iii A 1:54 G 1 ' iiie or J e -is e Pitchers and Catchers are, Front Row: Mateo Ortega, Craig Pelt, and Raul Ortega - all catchers. Back Row: Jackie Davis, Eduardo Ortega, and Joe Ortega - all pitchers. A i A lnfielders are, Front Row: Coach Harold Hill, Jesse Gonzales, Filo Outfielders are, Front Row: Eduardo Ortega, Jackie Davis, Ortega, Ricky Waldsmith, Mark Sapp, Jimmy Elizondo - Man- Ricky Haun. Back Row: Coach Mike Atchley, Jimmy Chappell, Ggef- Blake Vaughn, Gary Whitsell, and Kenny Lowrimore. orfs Season Never Ends af FHS QQ, . .5 ei X 5 3 A Y 5 x fa 'V' W X , ' t f i X f NX ' "'-fe fb we-ff in-5.5.5 kk A .W ,... ,fm-""" ww N . - kunygp, , 355' A - QQPQ L. Q -fi X we Q uk Nvwaalrangysfuiit, 1.4, .... A 1 1 W 4 M x K 1. , ,nf . -- .,Z: K ,.l, ik, I 5 if 'J 'QS Organizations build our skills in many different fields. Participation teaches many of us to be leaders and to take responsibility. "Mankind was never so happily inspired as when if made a school house: a fhing as single and speoious as a sfafue fo fhe lirsf glance, and gel on examinafion, as lively and inferesfing as a foresf in delail." Paraphrased from R. L. Qfevenson -.N pll i'v+1+1rvrf,s,p 2 p as p ,. -.... A g J V A Milam ' ,,, ,,,i, 6 .. Y , , A un,-n il i.v,M 'L A , .f---ww----w---. .. --'H " ' " ,. fl - sw ., K R Wk 1 Q v . ,, . K L L Q --', ' - - . ' . .. . Y k Q . N . X - - . - . 4 Q - Organizafions Award Winnin Band Bowl-Bound Karen Wilson Maiorette Mr. Mike Spencer Band Director 'JM " Q , . 9. L , x f ' ' , , 'I A 5 i fr If Lynn Isbell Kathy Carter Drum Maior Maiorette Q , 2 K ,gf Y nnrn L. 0- A ' M' - I Y ' S A ' w if B N" 1 , 23 . 4 1. The Frisco High School Band Council: lTop Ieftl Historian Jim Newman, President Libby Pearson, Treasurer Kathy Baum, Secretary Lou Ann Brazeal, Librarian Robert Norris. Second Row: Eliza- beth McSpedden, Maurine Brown, Tommy Bacchus, Maiorefte Kathy Carter, Steve Baum, Beverly Baum, Vice President Drusilla Wade, Drum Maior Lynn Isbell, and Maiorette Karen Wilson. I , , Tommy Bacchus Beverly Baum .gnu-'+L nl'lUiLF nganunuldhlnuuanb Janice Blake Lou Ann Brazeal av-"1-11" Sammy Cisneros Janet Chancellor Maiorette Kathy Carter marches in homecoming parade along wilh Drum Maior Lynn Isbell. Kathy Baum Steve Baum ,,.,cv-A ,, .,,......-.,.,,w,.-.--1, wlgpltyhrl Maurine Brown Edie Carler V W full Bobby Duncan Tumi Elliot Barry Griffin Terri Hale All-Regional Class A band members are from lefl fo right: Lynn Isbell, Libby Pearson, Drusilla Wade, Jim Newman, Lynn Jeffery, and Mary Marlinez. Back Row: Kim Province, Bobby Duncan, Kristen Kelso, Wesley Marshall, Gerry Mayfield, and Maurine Brown. g, rw ,fab g 4122 Woody Flanagan 45 Pahi Hall Brian Fox Allan Howell Roxie Hooper Bert Isbell Jance Jackson i' n Lynn Jeffery Klay Kelso Gerry Mayfield Pam Mireau Kristen Kelso Elizabeth McSpedden Chris Molidor C-,,,,,-,-1 t4:,..-an-'llfif Jim Newman Robert Norris '-51, --.....Hj,nw- Wesley Marshall Mary Martinez .WV Sarah Meador Patricia Minter we Qfwff ,fi BBESBC The Frisco High School band stayed at the Galvez Hotel and Motel in Galveston, Texas while waiting for the big day at the Astro-Bluebon- net Bowl. J 9,9-an-'Psi i5"- Annette Obiedo --yy.. Libby Pearson Kim Province Band students practice hard during concert season. Elizabeth Obiedo Margie Parvin .sw Bob Rogers Sylvia Sanchez Wm Seq.,-Q--'95 iSh ',,u'45 9--...os-453 av-...,,-"'0 Bret Rogers Candace Sons Tami Sprouse Annette Stewart 'sw-...,,v.f'Q Www Bobbiy Toney get Melanie Templin Sharon Webb Sandra Williamson Barry Vaughn -""'-'nazi--. -Kfill-anal Sheryl Templin Bonny Thompson Drusilla Wade ',,,.....f-.qu-4-...,, ,.....-f-as ,,,..-04,4 K Q-., Kathy Williams Ralph Woods The Frisco Fighting Coon Band marches downtown in the homecoming parade. X Enedinc Zapata Befa Club Front Row From Left: Mrs. Ruth Borchardt, Sponsorg Libby Pearson - Treasurer, Tina Barnes - Secretary, Mike Molidor - Reporter. Back Row: Barbara duMenil - President, Mr. Joe Moehring - Co-sponsor, and Van Nichols - Vice President. Front Row From Left: Bessie Carter, Marion Jeffery, Janet Coulter, Kathy Baum, Phyllis Thomason, Steve Baum, Mike Cates. Middle Row: Michelle Wright, Beth Beavers, Drusilla Wade. Back Row: Donnie Barrow, Suzie Roberts, Cheryl Norris, David Province, Randy Almond, and Mike Molidor. l-5bbY Peafson l"le5 70 99' 'he bull Beta Bullets perform at the Pep Rally. from Thelma Brown. Mr. Richard White, Kenny Lowimore, and Mr. Don Montgomery were the beautiful cheerleaders! Flying Beta Bullets are common, but flying Drusilla Wades are not common at all. Brown. 1 " omsn P Kathy Baum tries to get The Beta Club seniors plan a picnic for the club. From left, they are: Michelle Wright, duMenil, Bessie Carter, Cheryl Norris, Suzie Roberts, Libby Pearson, and Janet Coulter. Barbara away from the Thunderbolts' Thelma 6 4 Student Council ' x l J f J J T 2 X we e se so ,,.,, ff' , 'half' 4' sf Officers: lTopl Reporter-Historian Marion Jeffery. 2nd Row L - R: Vice-President Cheryl Norris, President Connie Pearson, Sponsor Mrs. Sherry Crigger. lBottom L - RJ Secretary Marilyn Tadlock, and Treasurer Tina Barnes. i 4 b uv Jae 41 W A , Q , v' 2 s""2 'F L fy L , J 2315? Class Presidents: lFrontl L - R: Dennis Jones iauxiliaryl 7th Grade, Penny Craig - Soph., Jackie Thomas lauxiliaryl 8th Grade, Back Row: Barbara du Menil - Sr., Van Nichoals - Jr. P David Hale and Clemente Ortega were two who volunteered to clean the throphy case as one of the Student Council's proiects. 'lill- it Libby Pearson proudly arranges the bulletin board. Student Council Homeroom Representatives: Back Row: Junior Ricky Waldsmith, Junior Kim Jackson, Senior Libby Pearson, Senior Linda Lockwood, Sophomore Kim Nichols, Sophomore Ginger Duncan. Middle Row: Eighth grader Bonnie Thompson, Freshman Terry Hale, Freshman Lynn Jeffery, Fresh- man Sharon Webb, Freshman Tammy Almond. Front Row: Eighth grader Edie Car- ter, Eight grader Elizabeth Obiedo, and sev- enth graders Barry Vaughn and Janice Blake. Student Council Class Representatives: Back Row: Sophomore Donald Johnson, Senior Clemente Ortega, Sophomore Linda Shook, Senior Bessie Carter, Freshman Beverly Baum. Front Row: Eighth grade Gerry May- field, seventh grade Patti Hall, seventh grade Isa Ortega, and eighth grade Mark Molidore. lNot shown are Juniors Ricky Waldsmith and Kim Jackson.l Seventh and eighth graders are auxiliary members. As usual, Clemente Ortega is clowning around while Student Council Members Linda Shook and Manuel Anzualdra busy themselves with the cleaning of the trophy case. Fufure Farmers of America Build Oharaefer, Leadership lst Row: Mr. Fielden, Van Nichols, Larry Francis, Mike Cates, Sweetheart Marilyn Tadlock, Randy Almond, Rickey Wald- smith, Chris Griffin, Mr. Montgomery. 2nd Row: Ann Elliot, Johnny Hooper, Bobby Fox, Johnny Standerfer, Bill Dunfield, David Calvillo, Blake Vaughn, Jack Cannaday. 3rd Row: Ronnie Story, Danny Carroll, Bubba Byrd, David Province, Gary Whitsell, Donnie Barrow, Mike Molidor, Henry Ruiz. 4th Row: David Hale, Jimmy Chappell, Louis Molidor, Ricky Aaron, Jim Newman, Hans Hyland, Craig Pelt, Jimmy Holland. 5th Row: Van Harrington, Dennis Pallet, Brad Wade, Tim Griffin, Mark Sapp, Maxey Duncan, Robert Norris, Randy Davis, Jimmy Yates, Top Row: Chris Covington, Bo Griffin, Max Bled- sae, Ricky Cannon, and Donald Canfield. 4 , J. h Q45 .L N -.A I' Q Q, " I l -' , OQXKIZIOQ :NFA MAT'-' l N X :W ff- 0 9 .s 9' Qftugio 1 1 i F.F.A. Officers are top to bottom: President Randy Almond, Sweet- heart Marilyn Tadlock, Vice-President Chris Griffin, Secretary Mike Cates, Treasurer Van Nichols, Reporter Rickey Waldsmith, and Senti- nel Larry Francis. 3 The owl, symbol of wisdom, serves as an emblem for Future Farmers of America who strive for leadership, citizenship, char- acter in farming and ranching activities and in community and school proiects. F.F.A. initiation is making Blake Vaughn climb on top of the telephone booth. Tractor Mechanics class from L. to R. includes: Mr. Montgomery, Randy Davis, Jimmy Yates, Mark Sapp, Dennis Pallet, Maxey Duncan, Tim Griffin, Bubba Byrd, Craig Pelt, Larry Francis, Randy Almond, Brad Wade, Van Harrington, and Jimmy Chappell. F.F.A. Members Elecf, lnifiafe F.F.A, Sweeihearf nominees were: sopho- more Penny Craig, freshman Ann Elliot, iun- ior Marilyn Tadlock, and senior Suzie Rob- efli. No? a photographic error, the tin? of Johnny Sianderfer's hand is due lo fhe "Greenhand" initiafion taciics of lhe Frisco F.F.A. FHA Sponsors Many Projeofs Janice Kesgard and Faye Skidmore busily clean up their dishes after preparing desserts in homemaking. With poly-bond stretch thread Beverly Westor- finds that she has 10 per cent less cavities. With an embarrassed smile, Gary Whitsell walks across the stage while modeling for the FHA fashion show. , 9 1 .. - nfs A FHA Beau Van Nichols diligently works on his PSAT exam which the iunior class took in November. Fufure Homemakers of America N K K .,,,L4L. .. ,, N.A,,,,,.., ..,, , ., ,f, q3 4 I . Members are: lst Row from Left to Right: Mrs. Mary Nan Story, Tina Barnes, Kim Nichols, Susie Cowen, FHA-Beau Van Nichols, Bev Weston, Beth Beavers, Kim Jackson, Mrs. Charles Justus. 2nd Row: Janet Coulter, Michelle Wright, Thelma Brown, Cindy Morrow, Suzie Pannell, Phyllis Thomason, LaDonna Vaughn, Marilyn Tadlack. 3rd Row: Carlotta Ortega, Joni McSpedden, Susan Stroud, Connie Pearson, Dana Mayes, Cheryl Norris, Zoe Lucas, Lynn Isbell, Ramona Hanson, Linda Lockwood, Sandy Campbell, Janie Villarreal, Milly Gonzales. 4th Raw: Penny Craig, Barbara Norris, Tammye Almand, Carolyn Berghauser, Brenda Wade, Martha Howard, Judy Whistsell, Patricia Chancellor, Linda Shook, Elva Ruiz, Janice Kesgard, Mary Martinez, Nikki Carter. 5th Row: Robin Grounds, Dianna Sprouse, Kim Kelso, Derie Wade, Jeanette Stewart, Sarah Meador, Elva Garza, Suzie Roberts, Rita Davis, Arlene Dishmon, June Aaron, and Nancy Parsley. NKQMAKE ' fe Q-C 50" 5 ' f fl I 10 E il :J Q J ' Y ,Q 0 QV-X 4' Nfw vi parliamentarian. FHA officers are left to right: Tina Barnes - executive council, Kim Nichols - secretary, Van Nichols - beau, Kim Jackson - vice president, Sandra Pannell - reporter, Susie Cowen - treasurer, Beth Beavers - president, and Bev Weston - 0 0 . Ei Q -:iwwv '74, sf Q . Thelma Brown, FHA new member, is being initiated. X ., WV Kim Nichols Tuna Barnes Joni McSpedden and Marilyn Tadiock get food ready to fake io the Golden Agers. This Hi h School Cheerleaders Joni McSpedden, Connie Pearson, Tina Barnes, Cheryl Norris, and Lynn Jeffery lead a cheer af the last 1972 Pep Rally. Connie Pearson, Head Cheerleader, Senior Tina Barnes, Junior fl ' 5 -G ' 'i-- C 1972 Frisco Cheerleaders: Top: Connie Pearson, head cheerleader. Middle Row: Tina Barnes and Joni McSpedden. Bottom Row: Marion Jeffery, Cheryl , Joni McSpedden, Junior Norris, and Lynn Jeffery. Build School Spirit Lynn Jeffery, Connie Pearson, Cheryl Norris, and Tina Barnes in flight during a Tuesday afternoon practice session. :Sf wel D Cheryl Norris, Senior Marion Jeffery, Junior Lynn Jeffery, Freshman .nf This sale of ribbons by Tina Barnes and Marion Jeffery is a familiar sight during F.H.S. football season, and Brain Fox takes advantage of it. 4 Junior Hi h Acfivifies Build Spirit Junior High Cheerleaders: Top: Edie Carter. Patti Hall, Elizabeth Bell, and Kim Province are shown at the bot- lOIT1. Shelia Davis and Vicki Vice seem to be enioying their work as library assistants. Here they are shown helping Doris Williams. These students published a bi-monthly newspaper called Coon Capers. They are: Betty Thompson, Kathy Hayes, Jan McLain, Kathy West, and Kay Belknap. ,V wfwiwf Junior Hi Cheerleaders Patti Hall, Edie Carter, Eliza- beth Bell, and Kim Province ride in the Homecoming Parade. Chris Riddle and Mitchell Duke work on plan book. Annual Staff ,iifff 1 , , , 4 Every picture must be stamped as Karen Wilson and Beatriz Gonzalez Mrs Linda all Ufe r f' .L -Sims l 4 2 ' ' Jim Newman, Photographer Kim Jackson Clemente Ortega and Beverly Weston work on rough draft pages. Suzie Roberts spent many hours typing quad-pak sheets. fx Barbara duMenil shows Bobby Duncan and Maurine Brown the proper way to crop a picture. 136 "For which of you, infending fo build a fower, siffefh nof down Iirsf and counfefh fhe cosf, whefher he have suffioienf fo l7nish if? New Tesfamenf Acfivifies if .m..1 if . or The 1972-3 Homecoming Game's spirit was greatly strengthened through the dedication of Head Cheerleader Connie Pearson. The Acker Float received that "extra touch" from Mrs. Barbara Carter. 5 A memorable moment is captured, as Craig Pelt crowns Junior nominee, Marion Jeffery, Queen. EY" Billy Templin, Terry Chappell, Tommy Bacchus and others contributed to their Bth grade float. 'T'-w--' , Seniors Mark Sapp and Jimmy Chappell stand by to crown the Homecoming Queen. Senior nominee Bessie Carter nervously holds the crm of her escort, Ronnie Minter, as the name of the 1972-73 Frisco Homecoming Queen is being announced. lf ll ...X , Senior nominee Bessie Carter, Sophomore nominee Susie Cowen, Freshman nominee Tammy Almond, and Junior nominee Marion Jeffery impatiently await the announcement of the Homecoming Queen. Freshman nominee Tammy Almond stands with her senior escort Kenny Lowrimore. As Snowed under by thousands of napkins, Jack Cannaday and Bo Griffin work hard on the freshman float in preparation for Homecoming. Q s l r r Mr. R. L. Barrow salutes the flag as scouts Kenneth 4 ' Berghauser and Bill Dunfield tie it in place. Susie Hall waves happily as she walks down Main Street by the Acker float in the Homecoming Parade. l r lf.: .,...., , ,.'i 'iii ' ' The participation of the Blue Birds and Brownies in the Homecoming parade adds a great deal of fun to these young ladies' clubs. L, With a not-too-happy warrior, the Senior Class float moves slowly down the street proclaiming their prediction of the Coon victory. After its trip up Main Street the freshman float attracts many sight-seers. We The evil-eyed Kath Baum and Tina Barnes are going to enioy Marilyn Tadlock's mouth being stuffed. Robin Grounds, dressed as a clown, throws candy to the eager spectators lining the street. Coming up close behind is a Frisco Fire Department truck. Mrs. Jo Ann McSpedden takes a picture of the 7th grade float among a group of interested spectators. Halloween Kathy Carter does a twirling act ot the talent show. Donnie Phillips and his friend put on an act ot the talent show. Andy Mayes sings c religious song to show his singing talent. Many people had fun fishing at the fish tank. Carnival This Zombie scared many people out of their wits at the carnival. iff- Granville Clark tries his skill to win himself a prize. Angila Williams recites a poem at the talent show. l 1 ev so .. 1 g, ,. Many people are still wondering who this thing is. 44 New Faces - The following are new students at Frisco. They, along with the rest of the student body, will be enioying the convenience of the new school this coming fall. This page and the following will show some of the desirable aspects of the new school. The new office area will make all office business easier and more convenient. This is one part of this orea with Rosemary Castillo and Ruben Garza. Tim Smith, Burlie Glover, and Robert Flores stand in the new gymnasium with the stage in the background. Tony Howard and Max Gomez stand on the balcony in the new library. The top floor will contain shelves of books while the bottom will contain study areas, more books, and magazines. New School This year it wasn't too surprising to have a bunch of workers around. In fact, from this south-side view of the school, there were always many trucks and cars. 'Q' ln the new high school, congestion in the halls like this will be greatly U I A reduced' The expression on Bob Rogers face shows the feelings of many concerning crowded lunchrooms - another problem to be solved soon. L,,,,Zg..Q 'fix 1' HS. uben Garza and Rosemary Castillo 11147-1,-7:3-if look over the structure of the new high school in its nearly completed state. cz W --an Frisco in 1903 Frisco in 1973 Physical Educafion Aides Front Left to Right: Jimmy Chappell-White, Louis Molidor-White, Jimmy Elizondo-Hill, Kenny Lowrimore-White. Next Row: Ronnie Minter-Hill, Benito Gonzalez-Starnes, Clemente Ortega-Hill and Starnes, Milton Hampton-Starnes. Top Row: Joe Ortega- Hayes, Filo Ortega-Hayes. Ufher Aides Front Left to Right: Terri Pickering, Dianne Sprouse, Drusilla Wade, June Aaron. Top Row: Jimmy Yates, Tina Barnes, Michelle Wright, and Van Harrington. Not Shown: Sandy Campbell and Suzie Roberts. SMT use Front Left to Right: Debbie King-Fisher, Lynn Isbell-Hansel, LaDonna Vaughn-Fisher, June Aaron-Story. Next Row: Marilyn Tadlock- Fielden, Leo Ruiz-Hill. Top Row: Ralph Wood-Spencer. Office Aides Student Dress Reflects Frisco students exhibit the current styles in clothing. From Left to Right: Penney Craig is wearing the big leg- ged pants with blazer and turtle-neck sweater. Tammy Almand is modeling the mini-skirt. Ginger Duncan is wear- ing hip-hugger pants, blouse, and bolero. Mrs. Francis Justus models the palazzo pants with turtle neck sweater and shrink. Kim Jackson is wearing a red pinafore over ieans. Jeanette Stewart is also modeling the maxi- look. The Frisco girls enjoy the hair styles ered lookl, Rosa Gonzalez llong straight hairi, Maurine Brown lAfrol. Fi Q. V. :Nl ..... 'aw ,.,. New styles of shoes are very popular at Frisco High. Worn by Kim Jackson are the loafers that are still in style. Lawanda Nix wears the high heels with the strap around the ankle. Mrs. Crigger favors the clogs with the strap. Beatriz Gonzalez wears the black and white oxford shoes. of 1973-74. Connie Pearson llay- Current Fashions The business for the tonsorial parlor is not what it used to be as evidenced by these hair styles: Ralph Wood with an Afro, Mr. Montgomery, short hair, Robert Liscano, long straight hair, Scott Riddle, in the long curly hair, and Chris Riddle in the long straight hair. Varied shoe styles for the males are in evidence. Dennis Pallett chooses plat- form-soled, high-heeled oxfords. Cle- mente Ortega's white patent leather boots stand out. Many students prefer cowboy boots, as does Joey Pannell. Another popular boot style is the har- ness, worn here by Chris Riddle. The boys' clothing at Frisco High var- ies. Billy Joe Pratt is shown wearing the big-legged green corduroy pants along with a matching knit shirt with a zipper in front. Jimmy Yates combines a striped shirt and pants. Billy Cook is wearing the new look of work over- alls. Van Nichols models the corduroy jacket with pants to match. Mike Kin- caid is wearing the popular hip-hug- ger pants with wide buckle belt and a flowered shirt. 50 "Seniors 72" Durin Graduation WX Graduates of 1972 receive diplomas from Superintendent R. T. Smith at May ceremonies. From left are honor student Jay Beavers, Marsha and Vcledictorian Roger Black. Carroll Juniors and Seniors enioyed their dinner ot the banquet. They Are From Left to Right: Tommy Woldsmith, Donna Shepperd, Marsha Car Linda Lockwood, Ricky Wade, Jimmy Yates, Mr. Charles Justus, Mark Sapp, Carlyn Carter, Beverly Lowrimore, and Lynn Isbell. roll and Jr.-Sr. Banquet J Donna Shepperd, Linda Lockwood, and Ricky Wade were among the many seniors who enjoyed the banquet. Paul Johnson just can't wait until he can dig into the delicious food that was served at the banquet. Donna Elliott and Janet Coulter seem to be wondering what to get next. Sfudenf Life Lou Ann Brazeal and Tim Griffin make good use of the time provided in Home Room. They study their lessons while many other students iust goof around. lt would be nice if every one wore pretty smiles as Phyllis Thomason and Nikki Carter do. Kathy Baum and Tina Barnes think Danny Carroll is iust adorable. Jimmy Yates is trying to keep Marilyn Tadlock from buying one of those soft drinks since he forgot his money and can't get one himself. ii K K Flag-raising ceremony was held in honor of former Pres. Johnson. Farmer Mike Cates has to leave class to check his crops? X , X X 4 c K l . Ricky Haun, while measuring for his football iocket, wonders if he should lose or gain inches. 46 Scott Riddle didn'l know the girls were supposed to chase the boys on Sadie Hawkins' Day held February 16. Maxey Duncan enioys scratching on the blackboard during Home Room. Cissy Howard and Robin Grounds iust love to use the magnificent pay telephone at lunch time. 4 Sfudenf Life Robert Norris seems to be learning much in his biology class. The use of a microscope is very precise and complicated. Band Members, Lynn Isbell, Chris Molidor, Libby Pearson, Drusilla Wade, Jim Newman, and Wes Marshall enioy the spacious seashore at Galveston during their Bluebonnet Bowl trip. af Frisco Hi h 4,1 -' 4' .fn l XX 've Klay Kelso demonstrates the use of a voting machine in Coach Mike AtchIey's American history class. Mike Cates studies newspaper clippings. The crowded halls of Frisco High look much better since the recent remodeling they underwent. Ginger Duncan, Donald Johnson, Thelma Brown, and Lydia Soto seem to think so. Jack Ray Byrd is found sitting very leisurely in home room. This is a typical scene at FHS. Joe Moehring gives Varsity football players encouragement over the loud speaker on the day of the big Nocona game. Homemakin Classes Aid in Preschool Program Narvell Pratt reads "Snow White" to the preschoolers as Thelma Brown plays the part of Snow White. Debra Hamilton seems to enioy it better than the children. ,. . x With the help of Dora Flores, Christina Flores, Paula Lopez, and Yvette DeLeon cut out Indian headbands. Mary Leleon supervises. Sarah Meador helps Rusty Mayfield, Jerry Franke, and David Moehring make their Indian headbands. Tami Bolin, Lori Dixon, and Tommy Short listen enthusiastically to Narvell Pratt's story of "Snow White." A6 Front Left to Right: Suzie Roberts-Hart Tina Barnes-Starnes, Joni McSpedden-Wh and Kudlac. Top: Lou Ann Brazec Borchardt, and Kim Jackson-Borchardt. History and English Aides Mafh and Science Aides Front Left to Right: Terri Pickering- Crigger, Judy Whitsell-Stanley, Beatriz Gonzalez-Stanley, Derie Wade-Justus, Michelle Wright-Blase. Next Row: Connie Pearson-Crigger, Karen Rogers-Atchley, Debra Slough-Turquette. Next Row: Barbara duMenil-Crigger, Kenny Lowrimore-Hayes. Top: Bill Rogers- Hayes. Library Aides Left to Right: Vicki Vice, Sheila Davis, Linda Shook, Judy Whitsell, Vanessa Slough, Lou Ann Brazeal, Maxey Duncan, and Jeanette Stewart. Advertising The merchants and businessmen in our community build Frisco schools by aiding in all of their activities. Without this all-round sup- port of these concerned citizens, many school functions could not be possible. The annual staff would like to thank the many loyal mer- chants in the Frisco area for supporting our school. 3.4 +04 One of our staffers, Kim Jackson, is shown seliing merchant, Keith Bridwell, The Frisco Enterprise has been an interested and active business force in functions for many years. an ad. school GUULD un P.O. Box 250 Frisco, Texas 2I4-377-2I2l 2l4-23l-l682 Carroll 's Garage Fast Dependable Service VIRGLE CARROLL, Owner Frisco, Texas 377-2628 Typewriters Calculators Adding Machines Duplicators McKinney Office Supply 117 Louisiana Street McKinney, Texas 235-0741 or 542-5571 Murvyn James Food gfore Electrical Contractor 4 at, A il L '11 G! fir' 2 1 A--E Owner: MR. and MRS. . ' I RAYMOND KIDDOO Owner: M. O. JAMES Open Till 10 p.m. Every Night 400 Main Sfreef 377-3595 Licensed Electrician and Contractor Phone: Day - 377-2997 Night - 377-2712 Andrews-Mann 8: Associates Insurance - Real Estate - Construction Drawer D-1, Frisco, Texas 75034 Telephone 214!377-31 02 Box 837, Little Elm, Texas 75068 Telephone 2147377-3301 Dallas Telephone 214!234-2639 Located in Town Square White 'S Auto 517 Main Phone 377-3141 Frisco, Texas CHESTER CLOWERS, Man lliitl A . For any home, cor equipment or f ' , urniture and appliances, contact Chester Clowers, Manager, White's Auto Store, and he will be read ' y to give you prompt, friendly service. 1 l t T Rogers Drugs J' D' Haw' X I I Drfchmg Contractor Phone: 377-2404 BOX 94 Frisco, Texas 5 I 3 fs w L . . f, Q- 4 in rv:..: A .4-11.-Q. 5 E, Q HA Cammunlty Service Pharmacy" R ' it 'g' is - in JAIE Main Street Frisco, Texas m:i K. ' T 4 V rrrrsr 4 f rlrr Kg JACK ROGERS Registered Pharmacist Vx L' i s ,. 5 IM I Business Phone 377-2412 V .ii W R ii Night Phone 377-3909 , 4 Ju I , A I QL Q94 Y up ' I gb , fs Wy R5 New wiki V 5 U Y Ck if' fe P W 9 QD " QP he " L it ,D ' N ' igipbx ty P fe, I rpplfh 3fBodg Sh op P x av Qc' Q O ' 5 sly U' 4,9 Q of LQ frfiiboxpe: 37 greg L01 ,V 'P 52' 'fx CL ' , N : NN! N' YW X Q4 3-iv Y gygpqui 7 QXLV X 4 R N if P rf' ,Q Q p if ,J Q if my-Q S. to ff . Q .s Nc f Q . 3' NW ,L Qs? 'P it 0 X M A if Dv W . ' - Ahx UTS TJ HX M P fvju f' it g 5 'Q if' r Ui' fx, AMN f ' Q A .JRR jf up QV NU, N K , N J L, J V iwfj QU' X 9 0, Pdf X '. ' Q , Hwy kf fx! J 64 Daniel Implement Collin County DI-'VER f- h B k W- h h G Id K -f MR. JIM DANIEL For Information I e on 'I I e O en ey owner con: 377-2731 A full service bank with friendly service for all Collin County residents. McKinney, Texas John Clanton General Contractor P.O. Box 332 - Phone 377-2784 Frisco, Texas 75034 DEAN LANGE JOHN CLANTON General JOHN CLANTON JR. Foreman Owners P , ,f,l kl'l Y 1 - ,- ,,. I., I, irq, E5 ' Williams Machine Shop Hn Diesel Injection Service Production and Diesel Fuel Injection Job Machining Service - for Farm and of precision ports. 6 Miles East Frisco FM 720 604 North Tennessee McKinney, Texas Owner, BENNIE DUGGER Industrial Equipment. Phone 542-5656 GENE WILLIAMS Owner - Operator Custom Slaughtering and Processing 'For Home Freezer W Awews Meats E S 5 McKinney, Texas Phone: 542-3359 Highway 75 66 Swiwwy + Assocmrfs EBM 'RUN BOX 130 1' FRISCO.TEXAS1S034 'N 'V02143774425 Pouring of mol+en irong VShell molding process GRAY AND DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS 1 l l-lewcgs Q ,.,,,. 'N - iz, fa- if Qigg.-.E a OPEN 7:00 A.M.- " -KFY Q. -, 377-2900 8:00 PJV1, f ? Z F .ie V 4A 306 Main Slreel l I FRESH VEGETABLES ,F F Owners , I N Y all I H ll MR. and FROZEN FOODS F ! l L HENRY FRANC5 f . ' wif' ' MF. Fl'C1l'IClS SGTVSS cuslomers. Hansel Insurance TAYLOR HANSEL, Owner Bonds QLBQSUBANCE' f Liability Automobile Business House Life A I i 1 Come by or Dallas 235-8296 YOUR ndepunku phone: lnxururr AGENT Frisco 37 7-2643 ' V 0 U Bl I I ' 90 ufhern Ferfilizer and Chemical 00. P.O. Box 234 Frisco, Texas MALCOM L. WILSON, Owner J. W. "BiIl" Christie Inc. Pipe Line ond Welding Contractor Christie Tools , . 'L - . - w 1 'ieihlii-Q.lQ-Ei..-.'9'i'i'Qf'zz1574'Q ' ' V I ..,. .. - . . - -- ' - , ,,., . 2. - K 'Weferve to Please the Public Frisco 214-377-2400 Dallas 214-Q31-0044 P. 0. Box 386 Frisco, Texas 75034 J. W. CHRIQTIE: Owner I f there's a better wa , we'll find it. Thomas A, Edison, the research genius of his time, found a "better way" of life lor 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. TPGL, in cooperation with other electric utilities, universities and the electric industry. has carried on a'number'ol research programs spanning a wide variety of fields - from explor- ing the possibilities of converting heat and chemical energy directly I into electricity, to developing a vastly improved design for elec- tric water heaters and taking a part in nuclear study. research and development programs. ll there's a better way. we'll lind it! -gr A fr f" f - si x 1 P fl l'lrQXr-XS PC JWER 8: l,ItilliliC1ONll'.'XNY ' ' A tax-paying investor-owned electric utility Joiwusoiifs ' News And PiC1'UI'9S Www Quaid!! mwrlgwltu Couhit Every Day ,,i,, , 'fi About People You , Know Complefe Coverage Of Collin Counfy Sports Visit us for fine furni- Furniiure browsing is -f- I 1' d f ' dl f n for Dianna Sprouse MCKINNEYMICUURER GAZETTE sgficefn "en Y :nd Lynn Isbell 6+ Johnson's Furniture. 2I3 E. Virginia McKinney, Texas Wesfon Grain Company .f if Q4 L 7 W jf " J ,-: gg my VfU?y1fJiwgQJW WNLfHiJL4y7, lgwf .N 9, M ,yj ML EMM wg lylfpjfgllxi Q ,JVM P '07'f,f',v'Z 'MO fb Mm! f1Mf?Wf ' W M! Wiliam L db! f W! UJMM !Jf5?L1pn 147,77 W ,xo w W U W if W V9 MW M? if W U U Bax 51 , f,51D lM Rf 2 WD Q?BLfV QULPM 4 'fLVgQ9'N JW RL W Wesf, Teiiis My Frisco, Texas 75097 ' 75034 Johnny's Barbecue STOP! Pete and Brenda Lewallen's 720 DRIVE-IN Little Elm's Friendliest One-Shop Store Official State Inspection Complete Automotive Service 377-9947 Jim Newman and Robert Norris work long hours in the chemistry laboratory. Owner and Manager JOHNNY BROWN Phone - 377-9919 Main Street Frisco, Texas Royal Drive In Dairy Queens Royal Drive Ins Use our drive in window! Ns the real ttmg 5 I f ' 1 1 U , if For your convenience call your order in to: McKinney 542-6732 Farmersville 787-726l Greenville GL 5-3l52 N5 Frisco 377-3l6l N, Allen 727-5555 Grapevine 8 I 7-289-5344 Thomas Grocery Frisco Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas provide excellent fishing, hunting, and boating needs along MRS. HAZEL SEELY with quality groceries and Mobil products at MR. JACK SCOTT their store on Highway 720, five miles west of Frisco. Stop in the next time you are FIRE, CASUALTY, AUTOMOBILE headed toward the lake for friendly, helpful BONDS' service. Phone 377-245l Frisco Florist Owner: R. G. PARSLEY Flowers for All Occasions Call 24-Hours a Day Call: 377-2697 or Come by Shoe House 420 West Main Street 377 3255 Frisco, Texas Price Qferk Reel Esfafe Iss, 1 ZQA: Ranches and . and Paws Residwfiol g eos Mom Qt. Pkwy 277-2151 Pziscof, TMS Blnlon S - Good Values Every Day - slslliiQW""" -.... The B-B Sfore P 5,2 'im Blu' Clothing and Shoes N 2 'B 'ff' ofeeoe e f or the Entire Family HW s Appliance 8: Furnifure Oo. 110 E. Louisiana McKinney, Texas is Q Phone: Dallas: Crysfl Wyaif tries on shoes. 542-1273 231-6964 542-522l BOBBY BINlON'S McKinney' Texas Dan Thomas and Son Sand and Gravel Phone: 377-2661 2, 2 l is B 7 xx W ...M A , ago lffllil' ' P 'P 2 he 2 ll as 1 A t.k,,. K sw 3 s2sas 1 2 2 ' . 6 K .K .2 ,,.,,,,i:A 5 N I A as A an is i'l'2:"'S'l'J 1. 6 Q . Q sk i W' Dan Thomas Shamrock Sfafion Phone: B377-2183 ' III Cugyl O I Omwgduyjfmi XMI Cigisjh I I MIM W Q, ,IW I A UO ' Q 453 M7 X50 T, h I0 W XOOIQ1MfgfWeQQf CSOOOICILQESQ w+IJIxUJIOjCVqJ9W ww WM I JUEWQJM VM PM MI 0,5 ana Q Qrgj Mr IWL K. Bggbgwner OTA3 I 7 FrLs?,T ' dumghwuls IQ W 7' , U V uowwbrmaw WTA FQRD er X PINTO, MUSTANG, MAVERICK TORINO, FORD Mm THUNDERBIRD H d Th 'I' I y dy 'I you, h 'Ih 'I' I 1' g FORD p clrup, M I g LTD P + T Th d bird. ll': 4 I Q A J lg 'M , if A,, ,. izffigig 81h grade gurls dns school events. I ,-, 'Ii' ff- . ' L , i L 5' " i ' Mr. Howard Thor I' y "C e by and see e or call 377-2762 ' 175 76 Prosper State Bank e t .,N erre -nt ttettet it me it it . M, if rims? Prosper' Texas Member F.D.l.C Hickman 's Owner: MAYLENE HICKMAN 412 Main Street Phone: 377-2405 1 e 5 n , in r Q " ' -,f'k Maytag Clnd Westinghouse Appliances F.H.A. President, Beth Beavers, narrates for the Fall Zenith Color and Black and White T.V. Fashion Show- Tom Jackson and Son Diversified Companies Commercial Division Undeveloped Land Division Residential Division Insurance Division xc A-9356 '- 'j g g '1 X," W. , .1' vt f -' gs 2 Z yt mr-I 'X -, -4, 1 ' -as P ' .H - --, -oz ll!-as 5 . Q s 23:51:13.- W C"E.QTSSI" O Qfsrpaflb SALLY JACKSON Offices 905 Custered Road Richardson, Texas Phone: 235-8396 Residential Division Rt. 2 Frisco, Texas Phone: 377-3224 ' E Since 1926 C- KS, mm wcaibr Econ ccflimw ali-Idsf Czowil 6' , ' , , ?f'5z O it 51 MQ aww In ,JIS lwfo' ,Maui ll QQDDD -iw AL L Qjfigl 705 PWWW ,fm MFCECLQSF5 Cz-ww we W W WM UA wg-MfLQe s is uncglbrebgcfgfi Henry an Belle Robertson Clow fjlj- 3 7-3178 i ffffffg Y Z f xv 1 1,1 X, g I 3 ,.. ' 1 fffii L! wpwz, f f gay mfnwhfeim 551 J 5 f'lf'jjg C216 JM eb , en'or Ri s ,A K K M I I j 54 CJ A A ppkinhx and hunk Yo s ' A 1 W A . fu - Q A W W QW 4" ' -vbfff' S f' bbw I m f f PV " K Xwfw Am I V w gg 51416511 QWMWJ Um H C ff' ,O I M M y,gqyw p,mMk1yww Grape ine Loc ers X 203 orfhwesf Hwy. ywuf l57fUP :eV:1n8e1-:971 Www A0 do Q M f' f ur i an X J, .' . 'W AV"W 9? J. "0omplefe Line of Processing iff, WIT? 6455 ' ' QP' QQ- up gzjg, Frrsco Chamber ef Commerce A CITY ON THE MOVE ! fifffprffffe eff Do: NDQFQE ,,. Ugg 3'D?:-iegsffsifsggrgjrf ,ar fir if feegjf ,fr nf , r OO mem efS GUI' sow eirsiria e e ra. oxie Band b M ine Brown, Janet Chancellor, and R H p h th p t tth p p lly 24 Hour Where It All Starts at Marshal's Automotive General Repairs Parts Day Ph. 377-2204 Night Ph. 377-2782 Frisco, Texas Wrecker Serv ice Libby Pearson, portraying a farmer, struggles with a "coon," while Debra Slough, also portraying a coon races to get the dirty farmers at the Farmersville game pep rally. Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio U .r t A , E il 1' -fm E .X X The Crest of Quality MRS. BARBARA GEORGE, Owner Telephone: 377-2410 509 Main Street Frisco, Texas 75034 To Subscribe to the Denfcn Record Chronicle Ph. 377-2103 Frisco Dishmon News Service Banks Dishmon and son Da e is m n re ay's deliveries. Byrd's Fina Sfafion Owner Cecil Byrd chats with customer at the gas pumps. Owner CECIL BYRD Highway 289 5 Martin' 22:.:..L.,1..:w:..,:..z.,:..1,,i.,1..z..1. ' 9 SINCE I936 Fdamgaw - Ha+s ' Shoes www, ' Dry Goods T ' Ready-To-Wear MINOR MECHANIC WORK F, Phone: 377-2462 0 JOHN W. GOLDMAN Ma nager BEFUIIE USING AIN PESIICIDE IIEAU IIII HBH Phone: 377-2 I 26 5 I THE FIRST STATE BA K MEMBER F.D.I.C. FRISCO, TEXAS OFFICERS JACK M. SCOTT President TRACY D. KING Vice President and Cashier JACK SCOTT, JR. Vice President A. F. SMITH Inactive Vice President MRS. BOBBY MANN Assistant Cashier MISS SYLVIA KERLEY Proof MRS. MARY ANN BARNES Teller MRS. ELLIE MINTER Teller MRS. RUTH COVINGTON Teller MRS. PAT GOLDMAN Bookkeeper ORGANIZED I947 YOUR BEST FINANCIAL FRIEND l c 4 TEX CU PAUL COTTEN Distributor Congratulations Class of '73 Today 's Army OFFERS YOU A CHALLENGE: TRAINING - Over 300 iob courses available. TRAVEL - Live, work, play worldwide. PAY - Today's Army offers S288 a month to start, meals, medical care, housing free. VACATION - 30 days paid each year. Unequaled educational opportunities. Outstanding retirement benefits. SEE YOUR ARMY RECRUITER 201 W. Louisiana Ph. 542-3337 McKinney, Texas 'l'oday's'Army wants to ioin you. LM 0' Tlw Holmew W' x . Q., 1 .f j lf, 4 Yay. Iwi .4 S , ip. -- 1 gm.. c.,. K , .eff 5 E. 4 . 1 H. L. Menefee stands at the doorway of his Main Street offic Textile Printing Proprietors H. H. MENEFEE R. K. HOLLAS X A V Cunningham Painting Contractors Box 47 Frisco, Texas , Ph. 377-2787 377-2103 Sonia Cunningham practices to help her father and grandfather. Q0 ng, ...W-, Mrs. Sue Duncan completes a transaction. Wholesale auto parts custom accessories 377-2151 Dorothy Rolater Realtors Dallas Phone: 235-7525 Frisco Phone: 377- 2181 412 West Main Frisco, Texas IESJEEB' Barneys Discount Automotive 515 Main St., Frisco, Texas Automotive Repair Machine Shop Service 377-2152 PiHs-Kerbg Lumber Co. TOOLS PAINT HARDWARE WELL SUPPLIES PLUMBING SUPPLIES BUILDING MATERIALS PHONE: 377-253I . . 'b- in . an rx - .. ,,, 'nn-.wr I I ,gu- H, I Il ,. M Um xn . nl- 5 4 I 3 '11 , , ,- , .-,2-I I A Wpjll, "IXt'lll'vxx"'r I I I I I I I I The Firsf Savings 8: Loan Association Post Office Box 538 McKinney, Texas 75069 Phone 542-2612 Q I Il 5 an ' '- '1 my I L , I 3. 0-1 eI fI Q9 I . Ll ' - , Vi L-Q1 T UQ li' I M I' ,, M ' ! A I I LJ ' ngf x 1 f 15. Q fM Pg!! L! y K 'QIJ . fxx-15W Q Y, I I Sarah 's Beauty Shop ? s.: A5L4 .f:. E K I : W ,L Y sm Xie I is K J' xv Operators Pokey Redmon and Sherry Hamby Istandingj fashion hair-dos for customers Fron Roberts and Gloria Stork Iseatedj. OFFICERS Gibson Caldwell East Main Operators: President Closed Main A. H. WIThefSpOOD Pokey Redmqn Vice President Owneff Clifford R. B rd . Sherri Humby Exec. Vice President Sarah Wh'I5eII James A. Caldwell Treasurer Mrs. Louise Cain 377-2423 Secretary -....,. e s s .5512 'VC X. mir-- I w l . 4 Af .r 552: Q' , Main Street - Frisco - Phone 377-2752 Headquarters For: , I 0 0 0 ' fG" ir Area News ir Advertlszng ir Prmtmg ff - ieg " '- : . I A ,wsu --:. - , " . . 1. 2 V 'K ' -A - ' ' ' ' RCJGERS GULF 5 5 wi 1 STAT I O N I Phone: 377-9933 "Daddy, do you reckon fhey'II think I work here since I Hwy. have on a shirf like yours?" asks Russell of Mr. Rogers. OWNER: Grady Rogers Sm es. scum-lc qw. in ,K wr"5 ' aww ifcchiwus Lpmux Mahard iii gl ' J 7710112 M Llllkfmu or or rlwxfluif .s F311 bluff some gg m ffmiiifjfi ' Egliiobrosper, Texas 51 We Jxo,D4QUxQag, J 4 W OWU BOX 248 Phone: 347-2421 Boals Grocery A W 1 y IE Q32 Gulf AQGHCY t. an qggg comm KENNETH PHILLIPS by ug' School calling 377-2467 or by going 44 J 'A X 5UPPlieS by the Gulf agency for all or "" 3 your Gulf needs. When you y yy 4 4 i ln. want that extra friendly yyy gf., service, use Good Maxey Duncan look er fhe large selection of products' school supplies. Gulf Agency Visit Us for a Greater Savings on All Food Needs W Frisco, Texas Phillips Ranch Owner: B. F. PHILLIPS I Foreman: BILL WESTON I 377-356I Sandra Campbell sorts supplies as part of her duties Route 2 Frisco, Texas as an office Gide- Douglas Grocery "Service with a Smile" RE CRE 24 Hour Keys Made Ice Service While You Wait Owner Hansel Douglas Icenterl and employees Sybil Cobb and Annette Harrington offer friendly assistance to customers. SELF-SERVICE GAS Owner: HANSEL DOUGLAS Aaron, June 6, 130, 147 Aaron, Mike 66 Aaron, Ricky 16, 126 Bell, Elizabeth 28, 110, 134 Berghauser, Carolyn 20, 130 Berghauser, Kenneth 28 Index Cantu, Raul 40 Carroll, Danny 13, 68, 126, 152 Carroll, Marshall 150 Davis, Kathy 28, 110 Davis, Larry 25, 99, 106, 1 10 Davis, Marcia 43 Aaron, Steven 24 Abner, Ray 41 Adkison Jr., Alton 35 Adkison, Rodney 49 Ainsworth, Ann 38 Ainsworth, Jim 34 Ainsworth, Mark 48 Ainsworth, Michelle 51 Amman, Curtis :14, 59 Asthma, Make 24 Alexander, David 44 Alexander, Dwayne 47 Almand, Jimmy 28, 110 Almond, Randy 12, 67, 81, 122, 126, 127 Almand, Tammye 20, 109, 11 1, 125, 130, 131, 139 Anderson, Alan 28, 99, 110 Anderson, Bobby 35 Anderson, Clifford 28, 99, 110 Anderson, Jeff 20 Anzaldua, Manuel 12 Anzaldua, Norfa 24 Anzaldua, Sandra 47 Anzualda, Carlos 45 Anzualda, Efrain 40 Anzualda, Irma 40 Anzualda, Marlin Ill 35 Anzualda, Robert 20 Anzualda, Roy 48 Anzualda, Salvador 28 Anzualda, Sandy 48 Anzualdua, Sylvia 33 Arguella, Carmen 44 Arguello, David 41 Arguello, Ector 47 Arguello, Luis 49 Arguello, Lupe 38 Arguello, Ruben 51 Arismendez, Albert 20 Arismendez, Benny 43 Arismendez, Ernest 28 Arismendez, Ester 24 Arismendez, Odelia 24 Ashley, Mrs. Lucille 43 Berghauser, Tina 45 Benson, Charlotte 24 Benson, Kathy 6 Benson, Raymond 33 Billingsly, Rhoda 46 Black, Nancy 34 Black, Roger 66, 150 Black, Mrs. Violette 85 Black, Lynn 20, 98, 104 Blake, Jan 28, 110, 117, 125 Blase, Mrs. Linda 78, 79 Bledsoe, Mr. Calvin 87 Bledsoe, Kip 39, 61 Bledsoe, Max 20 Boals, Mrs. Mary 49 Booker, Brian 49 Booker, David 37 Borchardt, Mrs, Ruth 75, 76 Boyer, Deborah 3, 6 Boyer, Judy 39 Braden, Ann 50, 65 Braden, Kay 28 Braden, Peggy 37 Braden, Tommy 42 Brazeal, Lou Ann 6, 110, 117, 146, 152 Bristow, Bobby 16 Brown, Angeiia 35 Brown, Cynthia 48 Carroll, Mrs. Reba 75 Carter, Bessie 7, 11, 102, 122, 123, 125, 139 Carter, Carolyn 150 Carter, Edie 24, 27, 107, 111, 117, 134 Carter, Mrs. Gracie 85 Carter, Jack 13 1 Carter, Kathy 21, 105, 117, 142 Carter, Kenneth 24, 99, 110 Carter, Kevin 21, 116 Carter, Kim 38 Carter, Nikki 17, 130 Carter, Patti 37 Carter, Virginia 46 Carter, Welda 48 5, Davis, Misty 49, 64 Davis, Randy 7, 127 Davis, Rhonda 36 Davis, Rita 21, 130 Davis, Sheila 25, 107, 111, 134 146 Davitte, Miss Dale 82 Deleon, Anna 42 Delean, Becky 45 DeLean, Benny 38 Delean, Jimmy 32 Deleon, John Paul 48 Deleon, Julia 25 DeLeon, Mary 17, 156 DeLeon, Monica 46 Deleon, Ricky 51 DeLeon, Ruben 28, 30, 1 10 Atchley, Mr. Mike 78, 90, 98, 100, 104, 1 12, 154, 155 Bacchus, Steve 66 Bacchus, Tommy 24, 1 16, 1 17 Bagwell, Anthony 42 Bagwell, Timothy 45 Balderamos, Armando 28, 110 Balderamos, Joe 50, 65 Balderamos, Lilly 28 Balderamos, Mary 50 Ballard, Mr. A. F. 84 Ballard, Diana 24 Ballard, Jessie 43 Ballard, Penny 50 Ballard, Yvonne 32 Borentine, Bobby 43 Barentine, Jackie 38 Barentine, Jim 36 Barentine, Timothy 48 Barnes, Denise 36 Barnes, Galen 34 Barnes, Kenneth 87 Brown, Doran 41, 62 Brown, Donna 42 Brown, David 6, 68, 9 Brown, James 42 Brown, Kathleen 51 Brown, 118 ,134, iso Brown, Mike 35 Brown, Sherman 38 Brown, Sheryl 34 Brown, 131 , 155,156 Bryson, Andrea 35 Bryson, Mrs. Betty 40 Bryson, Pam 44 Bullard, Dan 20 7,100,104 Maurine 12, 109, 111, 116, Thelma 16, 105, 109, 123, 130, Bullard, Joe 45 Bullard, Tim 33 Bullard, Travis 24 Bunnie, Lori 35 Bunney, Terri 24 Bunney, Wes 28 Burman, Karen 66 Butler, Brad 20 Butler, Kip 40 Butler, Melodie 35 Byrd, Barry 34 Byrd, Bubba 6, 126, 127, 155 Byrd, Lucy 49 Byrd, Michael 32 Byrd, Steven 20, 98 Calverley, Miss Sue 80 Calvert, Mrs. Sue 82 Calvillo, David 20, 104, 108, 126 Calvillo, Diane 20, 105 Calvillo, George 20, 84, 99, 106, 110 Calvillo, Ricky 9, 20, 98, 104, 108 Calvillo, Pat 35 umm, rim 12, 14, 122, 124, 130, 131, 132,l33,146,141,147,152 Barrow, Donald 12, 67, 91, 93, 96, 98, 100,108,111,122,126 Barrow, Kevin 46 Barrow, Mr. R. l.. 84, 140 Barton, Randy 66 Baum, Beverly 20, 102, 103, 105, 109, 116, 117, 125 Baum, Kathy 11, 12, 68, 102, 103, 109, 116,117,122,123,141,152 Baum, Mary 37, 60 Baum, Mrs. Nancy 32, 86 Baum, Steve 16, 97, 100, 101, 108, 116, 1 17, 122 Beavers, Beth 16, 18, 105, 109, 122, 130, 176 Beavers, Jay 66, 150 Belknap, Kay 24, 134 Carpenter, Ricky 38 Camacho, Daniel 12 Camacho, Gilbert 16 Camacho, Rosa 28 Campbell, Sandy 12, 130, 147, 189 Canfield, Bobby 28 Canfield, David 50 Canfield, Donald 16 Cannaday, Donna 33 Cannaday, Jack 20, 98, 104, 108, 126, 140 Cannon, Ricky 17 Cantu, Anna 51 Cantu, Blanca 33 Cantu, Guillermo 32 Cantu, lrma 34 Cantu, Lettie 50 Cantu, Marisol 41 Cantu, Norma Ann 46 Castleberry, Beverly 47 Castleberry, Gary 38 Castleberry, Shirley 32 Castillo, Aida 48 Castillo, Ben 28, 106, 110 Castillo, Carlos 34 Castillo, Dalia 35 Castillo, Rosemary 21, 144, 145 Castillo, Rosemary 28 cms, Michael ia, 17, aa, 101, 108, 122, 126, 153 Cates, Scott 33 Chancellor, Janet 24, 27, 107, 1 11, 117, 180 Chancellor, Norma 32 Chancellor, Patricia 21, 105, 109, 130 Chappell, Jimmy 7, 91, 96, 112, 126, 127, , 139, 147 Chappell, Terry 24, 99, 110, 138 Chavez, Alicia 45 Chavez, Danny 44 Chavez, Domingo 49 Chavez, Frances 51 Chavez, Hilda 51 Chavez, Norma 39 Chavez, Sylvia 47 Cisneros, Juanita 39 Cisneros, Junior 24, 1 10 Cisneros, Mary 34 Cisneros, Sammy 28, 117 Clanton, Tina 33 Clark, Dan 41 Geri, Clark 48 Clark, Granville 42, 143 Clark, Steve 24 Clark, Terri 34 Cobb, Chris 66 Coleman, Danny 37 Coleman, James 21 , 108 Collingsworth, Laurie 35 Comancho, Virginia 49 Cook, Billy 21, 108, 111 Cook, Bobby 66 Cook, Sherry 41 Cotey, Cheryl 1 1 1 Coulter, Doyle 66 Coulter, Janet 7, 122, 123, 130, 151 Coulter, Ricky 44 Coulter, Tony 40 Covington, Chris 21, 98, 104 Covington, Kim 36 Cowen, Polly 32 Cowen, Susie 17, 130, 139 Craig, Penny 16, 17, 105, 109, 111, 124, 1 28, 1 30 Crigger, Mrs. Sherry 70, 79, 1 1 1 Cross, Charles 44 Crass, Ricky 42 Cunningham, Ricky 41 Cunningham, Russell 49 Cunningham, Sonia 46, 185 Davidson, Suzanne 32 Davila, Eloy 50 Davila, Norma 28, 110 Davis, Barry 36, 60 Davis, Doug 36 Davis, Jacky 17, 95, 96, 100, 101, 108, 1 12 Davis, Jeffery 25, 99, 106, 110 Diaz, Danny 99 Dishmon, Arlene 17, 130 Dishman, Mrs. Pat 84 Dixon, Carl 42 Dixon, Tyrina 40 Dorty, Jessie 51 Darty, Lindell 45 Duke, Mitchell 21, 135 Duncan, Bobby 21,111,117,118,135 Duncan, Dale 43 Duncan, Mrs. Foy 84 Duncan, Gary 16, 17 Duncan, Ginger 16, 17, 102, 103, 109, 111, 125, 155 Duncan, Maxey 7, 127, 188, 154 Dunfield, Bill 21, 98, 104, 126, 140 Dunfield, Joe 38 Dunham, Barry 42 Dunham, Eldridge 28, 1 10 Dunham, Gladys 42 Dunham, Rhonda 44 DuMenil, Barbara 6, 7, 102, 122, 123, 124, 134, 146 DuMenil, Kenneth 34 DuMenil, Michael 25 Eaton, Jeff 33 Eaton, Kyle 37 Elizondo, Armando 25, 99, 110 Elizondo, Elida 28 Elizondo, Gloria 28, 1 10 Elizondo Elizondo, Patricia 38 Elliott, Elliott, Elliott, Elliott, Elliott, Elliott, Elliott, Ann 21,126,128 Donna 67, 151 Edris 46 Jan 82 Merri 45 Mrs. Nan 50 Tami 28, 1 18 Erwin, Mrs. Charlotte 79, 82 Escobe do, Javier 21, 98 Esparzo, Marcelo 33 z ' 47 Espara Fagan, Fagan, Fagan, a, Maria Becky 21 Kimmie 33 Terry 37 Fielden, Annette 33 Fielden, Chris 38, 61 Fielden, Mr. W. A, 81 , 126 ,Jimmy 13, 97,112,147 Fisher, Mrs. Wilma 82 Flanagan, Woody 28, 99, 1 10, Flores, Belinda 47 Flores, Dalia 32 Flares, Dora 17, 156 Flores, Raymond 21 Flores, Robert 99, 144 Francis, Mrs. Ruth 84 Francis, Kelly 29, 106, 1 10 Francis, Larry 13, 14, 95, 96, 108 126 127 Franke, Joey 48 Franke, Julie 40, 61 Ford, Michael 21, 98 Ford, Michelle 33 Fox, Bobby 21, 108 Fox, Brenda 40 Fox, Brian, 24, 99, 118 Froggat, David 25 Gallegos, Cynthia 51 Gallegos, Delia 43 Gallegos, Esmeralda 44 Gallegos, Jose 36 Garcia, Anna Maria 37 Garcia, Mac 25 Garner, Lisa 43 Garner, Lonnie 36 Garner, Curtis 41 Garner, Garland 29 Garza, Elva 21, 130 Garza, Jesse 13 Garza, Jose 32 Garza, Rachel 33 Garza, Raul 34 Garza, Ricky 33 Garza, Ruben 144, 145 Harrington, Mrs. Joretta 48 Harrington, Van 7, 126, 127, 147 Harris, Paula 44 Harris, Mr. Voyze 77, 85 Harvell, Allan 17, 118 Harvell, Debra 34 Harvell, Lori 37 Harvell, Tim 29 Haun, Ricky 7, 77, 95, 96, 112, 153 Hayes, Casey 41 Hayes, Cathy 25, 134 Hayes, Mr. Gary 3, 78, 90, 105, 109 Hernandes, Diana 42 Hernandez, Patricia 49 Hernandez, Pedro 51 Hensley, Frank 50 Nichols, Mrs. Ruby 85 Garza, Sylvia 25, 79 Garza, Yolanda 90 Gay, Roosevelt 33 George, Alta 20, 21, 105, 109 Glover, Burlie 99, 144 Glover, Terri 43 Goforth, April 48 Goldman, Mrs. Mary Jo 44 Gomez, Lupe 21 Gomez, Mary 13 Gomez, Max 21, 104, 108, 144 Gomez, Rudy 41 Gonzales, Beatriz 13, 105, 109, 111, 134 Gonzales, Benito 7, 80, 147 Gonzalez, Anna Moria 36 Gonzalez, Elsa 29, 110 Gonzales, Millie 21, 130 Gonzalez, Fabian 33 Gonzalez, Jesse 13 Gonzalez, Joe 48 Gonzalez, Julian 13 Gonzalez, Martha 38 Gonzalez, Louisa 45 Gonzalez, Lucia 51 Gonzalez, Ricky 44 Gonzalez, Robert 29, 110 Gonzalez, Rosa 21, 105, 109, 111 Grant, Mr. Walter B5 Grayson, Alonzo 41 Grayson, Frances 42 Grayson, John 36 Grayson, Lizziebelt 48 Greene, Tommy 37, 60 Gremminger, Diane 29, 110 Gremminger, Kelly 39 Hensley, Pat 33 Hensley, Tanya 47 Hicks Kelly 25, 99, 110 Jones, Tony 42 Justus, Mrs. Charles 80, 85, 150 Justus, Mrs. Frances 80, 130, 111 Justus, Sherrie 42 Justus, Vince 47 Kelso, Kim 13, 130, 105, 109 Kelso, Kirk 40 Kelso, Klay 17, 119, 155 Kelso, Kristen 29, 110, 119 Kelso, Susie 34 Kemp, Pamela 39 Kerby, Janie 36 Kerby, Joel 32 Kerby, Tim 43, 62 Kesgard, Debra 33 Kesgard, James 26 Kesgard, Janice 18, 129, 130 Kesgard, Jesse 35 Kincaid, Mike 21, 111 Hicks, Tricia 43 Hill, Billy 34 Hill, Cindy 22 Hill, Curtis 49 Hill, Debra 25 Hill, Mr. Harold 83, 90, 112 Hill, Susie 42 Hill, Terry 29 Hinaiosa, Jim 22 Hinoiosa, Tony 17 Holland, Jimmy 17, 95, 100, 108, 126 Holland, Sammy 25, 99, 106, 1 10 Hooper, Mrs. Elaine 84 Hooper, Johnny 22, 126 Hooper, Roxie 29, 31, 110, 118, 180 Horne, Tommy 47, 64 Hosp, Douglas 42, 62 House, Holly 67 Howard, Billy 37 Howard, Bobby 29 Howard, Deborah 36 Howard, Cissy 22, 130, 154 Howard, Ronald 41 Howard, Tony 144 Hudson, Mr. W. H. 70, 72, 87 Hughes, Michael 46, 63 Hyland, Hans 17, 126 Hyland, Vetta 29 lscacs, Mr. Ed 83 Isbell, Mr. Bert Sr. 74 lsbell, Bert Jr. 29, 99, 106, 110, 1 18 Isbell, Mrs. Eloise 83 King, Allan 26, 99, 106 McSpedden, Mr. 1. H. 87 Meador, Sarah 14, 119, 126, 130, 156 Mendosa, Alberto 47 Mendosa, Anita 51 Mendosa, Ricardo 47 Michael, Deborah 83 Miller, Brenda 40 Miller, Dollie 36 Miller, Glenda 49 Miller, Lena 68 Mills, Karol 48, 64 Minter, Patricia 30, 110, 119 Minter, Ronnie 8, 7, 91, 96, 100, 101, 108, 139, 147 Minter, Mr. William S. 87 Mireau, Pam 22, 82, 119 Moehring, Mr. Joe 73, 79, 111, 155 Maehring, Mark 45, 63 Moehring, Mrs. Nancy 37 Molidor, Chris 30, 110, 119, 154 King, Beverly 33, 59 King, Debbie 6, 8, 9, 147 King, Joe 42 King, John Doyel 48 King, Paul 49, 64 King, Todd 36 Kirchner, Wade 39 Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Wanda 70, 81 Kudlac, Miss Rudeno 76, 107, 110, 11 1 Ledesma, Alma 29, 110 Ledesma, Anita 26 Ledesma, Armando 18, 96 Ledesma, Eduardo 26, 99, 110 Ledesma, Gerry 29, 99, 106, 110 Ledesma, Imelda 48 Liscano, Christine 37 Liscano, Frankie 26, 99 Liscano, Ricky 18, 108 Liscano, Robert 8, 111 Lockwood, Linda 8, 68, 125, 130, 147, 150, 151 Lopez, Martha 46 Lopez, Noe 34 Lopez, Ramiro 13 Lopez, Rasa 26 Lopez, Sergio 35 Lawrimore, Beverly 150 Lowrimore, Kenny 8, 10, 94, 96, 112, 123, Molidor , Gregory 39 Molidor, Joshua 22, 104, 108 Molidor, Louis 8, 69, 92, 96, 111, 126, 147 Molidor, Mark 26, 106, 110, 125, 138 Molidor, Mike 14, 69, 92, 96, 122 Molidor, Peter 35, 60 Montgomery, Mr. Don 81, 111, 123, 126, 127 Moore, Arlene 24, 26 Moore, Bobby 37 Moore, Charles 18 Moore, Christine 32 Moore, David 30, 99 Moore, Jim 43 Moore, Sammie 46 Moreno, Edward 41 Moreno, Robert 35 Marrow, Cindy 18, 130 Mulanax, Juston 9 Mulanax, Peggy 9 Mulanax, Randy 30 Murray, Cindy 22 Murray, David 22, 98 Murray, Floyd 18 Nash, Mrs. Mary 35 n, Mr. Jackie 87 n, Jim 18, 69, 80,116,118,119, Newma Newma 126, 135, 171 Newman, Paul 26 Griffin, Barry 29, 99, 1 10, 1 18 Griffin, Chris 13, 68, 126 Griffin, Kevin 43 Griffin, Bo 21, 140 Griffin, Scott 39 Griffin, rim 7, 127, 152 Gross, Geoffrey 25, 99, 106, 110 Gross, Gig 17, 94, 96, 108, 11 1 Grounds, Jerry 40 Isbell, Lynn 8, 116, 150, 154 Ishmael, Nina 35 Ishmael, Linda 25 Ishmael, Ricky 34 Jackson, Carl 33 117,118,130,147, Jackson, .lance 28, 48, 99, 110 Jackson, Kim 13, 11 135 1, 125, 130,146,159 139, 146 Lowry, Miss Diane 36 Lozano, Eddy 36 Lozano, Esmeralda 49 Lozano, Maria 50 Lozano, Ramon 32 Lozano, Sylvester 45 Lucas, Michael 34 lucas, Zoe 130 Mahan, Lisa 35 Malone, Cheryl 34, 59 Malone, Chris 41 Nichols, Kim is, 102, 103, 109, 125, 130 131 Nichols, Van 12, 14, 15, 69, 91, 92, 96, 100,111,124,126,129,130,122 Nix, LaWanda 20, 22, 1 11 Norman, Katherine 30 Norris, Barbara 22 Norris, David 18, 126 Norris, Robert 18, 116, 119, 154, 171 Grounds, Robin 21, 105, 109, 130, 141, 154 Grounds, Tommy 47 Guerra, Cynthia 49 Guerra, Luis 34 Guerra, Rey 22, 98 Guerra, Selestine 46 Guevara, Juan 51 Gutierrez, Bertha 36 Hale, David 17, 124, 126 Hale, Monty 29 Hale, Terri 22, 118, 125, 105 Hale, Vicki 44 Haley, Mrs. Miriam 41 Hall, Patti za, 29, 31, 107, 110, 118, 125 1 34 Hall, Mrs, Ruth Ann 75 Hall, Susan 45, 63, 140 Hall, Virginia 39, 61 Haman, Mrs. Lynda 38, 86 Hamilton, Debra 17, 156 Hamilton, Jerry 25, 99, 110 Hampton, Milton 12, 13, 91, 96, 100, 101, 108, 147 Hansel, Mrs. Edwinna 81 Hanson, John 45 Hanson, Ramona 22, 105, 130 Hanson, Thomas 37 Hanson, 'lim 32 Harber, Ricky 51 Harbor, Sherry 43 Jackson, Linda 34 James, Debra 32 James, Danna 29, 110 James, Donnie 38 Jeffery, Mrs. Betty 7B Jeffery, Lynn 21, 105, 118, 125, 132, 133 Jeffery, Marion 12, 124,133,138,139 Jennings Jennings , Dana 34 , Marcus 43 Johnson, Brenda 41 Johnson, Johnson, 1 55 Johnson, Johnson, Diane 8 Donald 17, 94, 96, 108, 125, Horace 50 Paul 151 Jonas, Penny 37 Jones, A lecia 45 Jones, Brenda 51, 65 Jones, Calvin 30, 99, 110 Jones, Cynthia 49 Jones, Darrell 46 Jones, Deborah 51 Jones, Dennis 29, 30, 99, 124, 110 Jones, D oran 43 Jones, Greg 29, 30, 99, 60, 1 10 Jones, Grechen 34 Jones, Judith 36 Jones, Pam 26 Jones, Mrs. Penelope 50 Jones, Randy 40 13,14,102,103,122, Marshall, Wesley 20, 22, 118, 119, 154 Martinez, Domingo 51, 65 Martinez, Irma 40' Martinez, Julian 26, 99, 1 10 Martinez, Mary 9, 22, 118, 119, 130 Martinez, Mimie 32 Martinez, Raymond 32 Martinez, Steven 45 Massey, Mrs. Linda 78, 79 Mayes, Bernice 22 Mayes, Chris 29 Mayes, Dana 22, 130 Mayes, Donald 22 Mayes, Jill 39 Mayes, Junior 41 Mayes, Loretta 46 Mayes, Peter 50 Mayfield, Christopher 49 Mayfield, Gerry 25, 26, 27, 107, 1 11, 1 18, 119, 125 Mayfield, Terry 32, 59 McCarty, Mrs. Lorene 47 McDonald, Ken 35 McGaugh, Becky 44 McGaugh, Kenneth 26, 27, B4, 99, 106 McLain, Cathy 40 McLain, Janet 26, 111, 134 Mcspeddsii, Elizabeth 29, 110, 116, 119 McSpedden, Joni 14, 68, 102, 103, 109, 130,131,132,133, 146 McSpedden, Rusty 34 Norris, Cheryl 8, 9, 69, 102, 103, 109, 122,123,124,130,132,133 Norris, Mari 44, 63 Nunez, Angelina 48 Obeido, Annette 26, 107, 120 Obeido, Elizabeth 30, 110, 120, 125 O'Dell, Stacy 30 Ortega, Armando 30, 99, 106, 110 Ortega, Carlotta 22, 130 Ortega, Cecil 33 Ortega, Clemente 8, 97, 11 1, 124, 125, 135, 147 Ortega, Cookie 35 Ortega, Delores 30 Ortega, Edward 36 Ortega, Eduardo 14, 92, 96, 108, 111 Ortega, Fila 14, 91, 96,111,147 Ortega, Isa 30, 99, 106, 110, 125 Ortega, Joe 14, 91, 96,111,147 Ortega, Mateo 22, 98, 112 Ortega, Maria 40 Ortega, Marina 36 Ortega, Marguerita 30, 1 10 Ortega, Narciso 45 Ortega, Raul 18, 96, 108, 112 Ortega, Robert 37 Owens, Bobbie 37 Padron, Federico 38 Padron, Mary Ann 51 Padron, Reynaldo 47 Pallett, Dennis 9, 111, 127 Waters, Earlene 34 .XJ 192 eyna, Reyna, Jesse 14 Julio 49 Reynolds, Chuck 37 - Reynolds, Todd 49 Riddle, Mrs. Marie 42 Riddle, Riddle, Rivera, Rivera, Rivera, Rivera, 55 fx Chris 23,l11,134,135 X Scott 14, 111, 153 Elisa 35 Francisco 39 Norma 47 Rene 44 Q. Roberts, Mike 30, 99 Roberts, Ronnie 32 Roberts, Scott 38, 86 Sims, Tressa Skidmor n 62 Skidmo e 19, 129 Skidmore y 19 Skiles, Lee 36 Slough, Bobby 67 Slough, Debra 10, 146, 180 Slough, Mary 23 Slough, Vanessa 15 Smith, Mrs. Mary 85 Smith, Bryan 41 Smith, Cherie 35 Smith, Danny 27 Smith, lewis 31 Smith, Mark 33 Smith, Opal 35 Roberts, Suzie 9, 69, 102, 123, 128, 130, 135, 147, 157 Rodriguez, Apolonia 40 Rodriguez, Eddie 30, 99, 1 10 Rodriguez, Gabriel 39 Rodriguez, Gilberto 48 Rodriguez, Jesse 47 dy .0 Rodriguez, Jesse 46 gi fX Rodriguez, Jose 26, 99, 110 'N Rodriguez, Leticia 32 Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Mary 37 Mary Ann 38 Rodriguez, Mary Jane 39 iq Rodriguez, Miguel 43 Rodriguez, Oscar 51 Rodrigu Rogers, Rogers, 145 ez, Yolanda 27 3, 2 Bill 14, 93, 96, 90, 100, 101, 146 sob 23, 90, 104, 108, 111, 120, Rogers, Bret 30, 99, 106, 110, 120 Smith, Robert 15 Smith, Tim 144 Smoth Smoth Sons, Sons, Sons, Soto, Soto, Soto, erman, Greg 34 erman, Lisa 43 Candace 27, 107, 111, 120 Kim 34 Rodney 41 Lydia 27, 155 Nick 39 Ray 19 44 AAAX . , . 6 J 'W 6 K 'QD . 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Sprouse, Dianne 10, 130, 147 Wade, Brad 10, 126, 127 fb 1 Wade, Wade, Wade, Wade, 1 23 Wade, Wade, Wade, Wade, Wade, Waldsmi Waldsmi Brenda 23, 105, 130 Charles 49 Derie 15, 130 Drusilla 15, 116, 110, 121 147, 154 Greg 44, 63 Mr. Joe 87 Ricky 150 Suzzanne 44 Terri 44 th, Debra 37 th, Ricky 15, 69, 92, 96, 100 101 104,111,125,126 Waldsmi th, Tammy 67, 150 Walker, Rusty 48 Wallace, Mary 23, 105 Walton, Walton, Scott 48, 64 Wes 40, 61 Waters, Kenneth 40 Waters, Patricia 35 Webb, Randy 67 Webb, Sharon 23, 102, 103, 109, 121 125 Welch, Stephanie 42 West, Cathy 27, 134 West, Michael 39 West, Rickie 35 Weston, Beverly 19, 105, 109, 129, 130, 131, 135 Weston, Debbie 45 Weston, Charles 27, 106, 1 10 Whetstone, Amy 50 White, Mr. Richard 77, 80, 90, 99, 106, 1 10, 123 Whitsell, Brent 47 Whitsell, Debbie 33 Whitsell, Gary 12, 15, 77, 91, 96, 1 29 Whitsell, Judy 10, 11, 130, 146 Williams, Angila 43, 62, 143 Williams, Billy 45 Williams, Claudie 50 Williams, David 51 Williams, Doris 23, 134 Williams, Gerry 31 Williams, Janice 47 Williams, Jay 35 Williams, Kathy 31, 107, 110, 121 Williams, Lavera 41 Williams, Louis 31 Williams, Michael 31, 99 Williams, Ray 37 Williams, Ray 51 Williams, Robert 15, 93, 95, 96 Williams, Robert E. 23 Williams, Roger 42 Williams, Sammy 15, 93, 96, 108 Williams, Shirley 31 Williams, Steven J. 31 Williamson, Becky 33 Williamson, Sandy 27, 107, 11 l, 121 Wilson, Karen 15, 116, 135 Wilson, Scott 39 Winfrey, Bill 31, 99, 106, 1 10 Winfrey, Tami 35, 60 Wright, Martin 19, 94, 96, 108 Wright, Michelle 11, 122, 123, 130, 146, 147 wood, Ralph 15, 111, 121, 147 Votes, Jimmy 11, 6, 54, 91, 96, 111, 127, 147, 152 Yeager, Evan 45 Yeager, Kathleen 45 Zapata, Agapetio 42 Zapata, Enedina 31, 121 Zapata, Rene 37 Zapata, Ricard 38 Zapata, Ruben 47 The 1972-73 school year is almost at an end. 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