Gainesville High School - Leopard Yearbook (Gainesville, TX)

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I HQ,il:lUI1+Q T L-Kia X Q93 GAINESVILLE HIGH scuool.. GAINE SVILLE TEXAS 1552 A Day Begins... As the parking lot fills with cars, a bell rings and the procession into school begins. Some drag their feet, trying to postpone the start as long as possible. A few walk swiftly to meet someone or perform some im- portant task. Most just drift in, won- dering what the day has in store for them. .ik 'VY' .flu 45-Q-'fl lj! N Filip 2-1, fitrfi '1- Q . im N--we., A W ,.-1-ml .gpm 2 J, I 2 f .,.q, if 15 - if k ..A1m' as It Progresses Things happen. At times it seems that it would be easier just to give up and go home. Then at other times, when the sun is shining and someone smiles at you, all your worries fade into nothing- ness and life is one big party. The True Feeling at GHS U11 olds Spirit is an elusive thing. It is hard to de- fine, but you know when you have it, The true feeling of GI-IS consists of many things. It is a pep rally, a football game, semester tests, and school dances. 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He then went to Southern Methodist University and earned a Bachelor Degree of Science in Business Administration. ln 1946 and 1947 he received aMasters Degree at East Texas State University in ad- ministrative education. Mr. Echols attended North Texas State University where he earned fifteen hours toward his terminal degree. In 1940 and 1943, he served as principal and head coach for Newcastle High School. After three years in the Navy, he was named athletic director and coach at Greenville High School. He then moved to the position of principal of Greenville Junior High in 1949. In 1952 he became Superintendent of Olney Public Schools, and in 1959, he served as Superin- tendent of Grapevine Public Schools. On July 1, 1961, Mr. Echols came here to take the position of Superin- tendent of the Gainesville Public School System. Board of Education 4 ,, ' . SEATED: Mr. Carroll Sullivant, Mr. Sport Mowell, Mr. Ken Rippy and Mr, Harvey Woolfolk. STANDING: Dr. Robert L McLeroy, Mr. ,Tack Marshall, and Mr. Wilson Stice. Mr. James V. Campbell Since 1960, Mr. James V, Campbell has servedas principal of Gainesville High School. Prior to that he was assistant principal for four years. After graduating from Cleburne High School, Mr. Campbell attended North Texas State University. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. During World War II, Mr. Campbell served four years in the Navy. In 1945, he accepted the position of principal at Robert E, Lee Elementary School. He then becameateacher and assistant coach at Gainesville High. Administration TF 111 'if-jd, . .V .3 Q , .qx - -,V fp: wr 'x f NL . 'v N v, ,, V,--Vi , v , 61 'fb " , 1 ...AL W, 6-fn CV MR. RAY DIE Mr. Ray Die became assistant principal at Gainesville High in 1960. He came to Gainesville in 1957 to accept the post ofprincipal of Gainesville Junior High. Mr. Die graduated from Sils- bee High School in 1939. He attended Stephen F, Austin Col- lege, Where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1946, and his Master of Science degree in 1948. From 1946 until 1950, he worked with the Tenaha School System, serving as coach and principal, then superintendent. In 1953 Mr. Die taught dis- tributive education for Glade- water Public Schools and also served as Director of Public Relations for Schools. ' L 2 r MRS. LINA GRACE WILSON MRS, ROSA AGEE Secretary Secretary MR. VERNON AUSTIN MRS. SELMA MCCARTER Business Manager Secretary to Business Mgr. MRS. IVA MAE STRICKLAND MRS. BOBBIE SURRATT Bookkeeper Secretary to Superintendent M R. REX WA GONER .wdvvefg Q MISS RUTH YOUNG X Librarian L Counselor wnfn MRS. .TUNE McCAIN Counselor -f--num M MRS, ANN BAUER 'Y School Nurse """llllls..,,,-,- Mrs. Reid is a cheerful chaperone at the senior party. va: Mrs. Pearson illustrates conjugation in sopho- more grammar. English mm' Languages MRS, MARGARET ENDERBY Spanish I f""' WJ? I MRS. MARGARET DICKSON English 111, English IV MRS. PATRICIA BOWDEN English II, Drill Team French I, French II MRS ALLENE HURLEY English I -1 A-Q si f ir iira hl ff Zii ,. I w i l . iriillzia " . ' 9 5555? ! Rfk-"',-,Iii u 521444. ' Yun, x4 2 55Qz5"aw,A -r,g rrr 1 1 , .'!51igiJH!L i mr if ffllhxx' I is I I Q' 1' , U29 A iw 4 1 A .J -r -I ff 2 I 0 sl f I.. MRS. KATE PEARSON English Il 'K MRS. SUE REID Speech I8L II, English II 1 I MIS. .1-s. 'ii' jig , 'll' Cunningham drills her class in correct grammar usage. Mrs, Dickson lectures to her English class L fs. ' 'UN 1 ,f 'J 'lf fe' MRS. CAROLINE CUNNINGI-IAM MRS. HELEN HUCHTONS MRS. FRANKIE LEAHY English III English 1'V, Spanish II English I, English IV l Mathematics 'YT X MR. DEAN PATTERSON f' f Related Math Mr, Yeatts explains per cent. Algebra 182 H "Tangent AB equals tangent AC." explains Mr. Beasley. . pf A -Q, I 3, . g I ,vw Q' MR. CLYDE YEATTS MR. GUY BEASLEY Related Math 185 II Trigonometry, Advanced Math Algebra II Plane Geometry MR. HENRY FRASHER Algebra II, Plane Geometry kr, ff-an WU?- MRS. .TOY DIE Algebra I ll X..-aff I MRS. ,TUANITA HARDY Chemistry, Physics, Biology Pam Murrell and Pat Putnam set up an experiment to make hydrogen. li M MR. GEORGE BURROW General Science, Chemistry, Athletics Wihnw Mrs. Hardy helps Dianne Jeter find the acidity of a solution ...,, l A l"" ,rw-R S5 all I l l A A ff , ,V 4 A , ., ,XA Q. A so 5- ,0 R7 "4 Z fb 3 2 Ll 5 'U VI H. L , T 53 H3 , we gi 'rv f , on A S fr- S I ,, IJ . M4 X gf 5 W , ' fl Q '9 Y .. W 'U 2 0 "N 2 Q3 :J 'U U1 "I H. 5 W :J F' T. :T 0 D' 0 . E1 ,. U7 l'f E2 MR. CLAUDE BURTON MR. THOMAS BATES Biology, Athletics Biology, Athletics S01 ence MR. KERMIT BROWN Distributive Education MRS, CHARLYNE YOUNG Randy Robinette examines a lathe in metal shop, Homemaking I Miss Jean Shakley, a student teacher, and Mrs. Wagoner discuss problems in homemaking ML Eg vw 5 V0 caztiofml Su bjects 1,3 It K- f1lv" " 5, . r 4' 1 L . af ,- ,,,, ,Q-1:-s,, .Y .. , . 6' E MRS. MILDRED WAGONER Homemaking 185 H MR. V.S. PAYNE Vocational Agriculture IT 41:- A 1 --any 111' MR. I-IORACE McCA1N MR. DARYL MOODY Industrial Arts Industrial Arts to MRS. NAOMI AUSTIN MR. TOM TRIETSCH Homemaking II, III, 8: IV Mechanical Drawing ,ll K fv' rf, :Sm Kenny Rucker works diligently to complete a project in wood shop. I if Social Studies Coach Bogue in the lunch line. 125-,alas f W MR. DON HATCHER World History, Athletics World Geography MR. KIRBY PRICE MRS. EDNA HENLEY Athletics, World History American History, Civics , , A MR. BOB BOGUE Athletics World History Mrs. Henley and Miss Mona Beeler, a student MRS' AMY PORTER MR, B013 WEDDLE teacher, work out an assignment in American American History Social Studies, Athlemcg history. Art, Music, and Special Education MR. GLENN WILSON Choral Mr, Hurley helps Diane Paclik and Laurie Wilson solve problems with the annual, ,,,,.r,W W '12 Q a MRS. SHIRLEE HICKMAN Special Education MR. Bgggy HUR-LEY Ferman Wardell takes a break from long hours of tedious practice to admire a fellow English 1, Annual musician, Debra Goudy. Leopard Tale Art Physical Education '3 Basketball players go through rigorous drills to prepare for a game. X'-N iv z D , r' J ,fs-'W u 1 Q N I will A ray. M Mike Mauldin practices dribbling techniques. ff. L. ! k ., MR. BERTIE GIBBS Physical Education MRS. MARGIE GREEN Physical Education, Tennis Cheerleading 'V L AI ' i If ,p , '-H' "" f ' Qi gym.. K... 2 Q ...s.,,.-.,, ..,,...,. , Ronnie Huneycutt tries to gain speed on typing drills. Sf. I MRS. WANDA THOMPSON ming 1 C0 mmercial Subjects 'if' sl: M ,lg, p n ' -vi' ,. . MRS. AUDRA MOORE Typing II, Bookkeeping Business Law, Short Hand .Tan Brown learns the fundamentals of bookkeeping. The Day Is For... Aeloievemeent Personal ities Y " ,aiu f n I I X I ff IA ,i , Aff' ,f My f ' 1 , I ' ' . ,fi ., , C Y V . ww rf I ' I, V ,, Y,,,,t:m 2? A if-'ix fg 4 . vrkxa, ,.,. If 4 Q ' - .Y . : ,Q f F . Q - . Q 3 r V . M! ' y .: 'V i ,- bg Y- V-yr Y ww-MM-any ,MNN 60.69 --ff" " ' .-. .:i"'fn mf ., , , .A V g ig' 'S M V117 . I Campus Favorite Chris Simpson fx X VVXQ4 N7-XX xxx Tsmff, k,. , -AA ,X . Q 'lfwri Senior Fcwmfites Don Locke and Chris Simpson W 5 .r ,..,,,N,,..,,..W,,.,,-Y.,4..,, c 1 5 J? ,.1,.,. ,.5,..,...-.Q.......-1+-N ww.. M1-H M-qmh W. junior Fa writes John Sandifer and Robin Morris 'E if'fffiiflfiffffigff L'Li 'I :'- - 'Y ' m'h ' fl " ' A ,-L- Sophomore Fez oorites Linda Richardson and Bradley Enderby -it Fresh mom Fa vo rites Donna I-Ioweth and Allan Newton Kathy Barnes A Homecoming Queen 1967 Nominees For Homecoming Dianne Clvzcle J, x. Q ' W ? ! : 5, .4 A Libby Mitchell Chris Simpson Thirteen L ucky Swee tb ea Ns X 3, Key Club Sweetheart-'X' Diana Goudy Linda Luc 3339 White Wave Sweetheart John Noah f 5 - I ,luv weetbearts 1d Vickie Adams fe . v f. .. ' n , .Q 5 -gg. fl Q 12 -mg., fit re., lx: fo? 'gh' xiii - YY' '.4, 'x ,i'Uff,g'q Fai.-Y T f s 5 e I ,,, +4 . ' ' Tr ack Sw eetb ear! Dianne Clack F. H. A. Sweetbea M Kenny Phelps 4 i U i 4 VIC Sweetheart Cheerleader Sweetheart Vicki Henley Rickey Mercer is ' ,IRQ 1,- ,J I X, .x . '? , Q, .hgqf 'W' , .. A9 if f ' 1, , If Y 315, - , Baseball ana' Bana' S ufeetb e art Kathy Pirkey Tri- Hi- Y Sweetheart Larry Fowler ,P , e eete te e . tix eete , t. l ks A Q A -i , - ' , ' ' fir? ' 1' eg t F52 a5f'i ,fiej2,ve'7,fVgE1g A-tt -1.3 - -we 'fe ffififefzx' fiz e . iw 'hizz e. . S . F tffez . 4 f tim e 'Q g if Y 2, , 5S:f'Q2' f' ., I '13, 'F ' 321' i s " , I-e ', N Ti .1 wefziefimfmz-it-. 'A , 2 -ta - ' 'f - M L .N k if VX 1 i" 4riMfI'1- J " " 5' 7 " ,ff - ' "' -' H' ' Football Sweetheart Mr. and Miss F.T.A, Paula Buck Kitty Leonard and Mike I-Ialiburton 'i..-r' ,M ,vu fm' M J Q.f5ia.Wft' '. , 'fi Y"5.Q ' X, ,fW M I M -10' - fx' i f'-I 'Y' . f . "'-2, 4123 e fe-efxfgfi-wfie 6? Basketball Sweetheart Mitzie Young D. E. Swe etloeezm' LeeAnn MCCOO1 was fin' fr A l vl C, ..,4 i i C i att i ' ,figs ' 1. , f . y . mg, Vdl66l'iCl'07"i6l72 . . Cy fzibia Hazrriso 71 The valedictorian of the Senior Class of l968, Cynthia Harrison, earned an overall average of 97.7 during her four years at GHS. Cynthia was a member of the Na- tional .lunior Honor Society for two years, serving as vice-president her freshman year. She has beena member of the National Honor Society for two years. She has been the recipient of several ceramic awards. She was a member of the Annual Staff her fresh- man and sophomore years. She has been a member of Tri-Hi-Y for three years, serving as treasurer her junior year, and being Girl of the Month for May. She has been a member of the Freshman Girls' Choir, Girls' Select Choir, and Mixed Select Choir. She received a one rating on solo and trio at UIL this year. She has been a member of Future Nurses for three years. Cynthia has been given the honor of Soroptomist Girl of the Month. Cynthia plans to major in biology at North Texas or go to Baylor Medical School and study to be a doctor. Wt .J" W t ' ii T V i j 591451 ILL is Z: S Ta i t r, t r r ' 1 S6l!Zl!6li07'i6l 72 Pat Putnam Pat Putnam, the salutatorian had an average of 97.5, Pat is the recipient of the ARMCO Scholarship and Uni- versity Scholarship at the University of Tulsa. Pat received four ceramic awards and was in both Junior and Senior Honor Societies. lnPat's sopho- more year, she was awarded the NEDT award, in her junior year, she was a commended student on the National Merit Scholarship Test and this year she was recognized in Who's Who Among American High School Students. Pat was a member of Tri-Hi-Y and student council. She was selected BSLPW Girl of the Month of January. She plans to attend the University of Tulsa and major in accounting. Twenty One Awards Presenter! Class Night s535?5 isgsiiswsswi QR? f4rf Diana Goudy fitbletics Mike Surratt Ban cz' Terrance Johnson Commercial Subjects Jana Cagle C lo 0 1' al David I-Ioweth H0 m emczk ing Becky Phillips jourmzlism Susan Touchstone Izzdusirifzl A Ms Kyle McCain ', 1 e 'V ' I rx? J, Mem! Shop Jerry Woods Maibefmziics Nancy Arendt Distributive Edu ccztio 72 David Stewart Dr a ma Genie Bingham ig W .gm av' V if . my if., .V :Q fy 1 J Foreign Ldllglldge Judy Preirnesberger E fzglisb Craig Davenport x vi? ' i V V. .K 1 if I-, ii ff! v.. -b f Ji A 4 1 3- 5 if-1 'F i I Physical Education Fredda Blamire Armco Azivvzwi and Social Studies Pat Putnam TP Science I-Iar old LGVIHS +5 I' S eecb Jo Ann Street Science Symposium James Braswell V0 ccztio nu! Agriculture Tommy Hellinger I . , 'fy ' . . 'W 1. 4-'f ' ' -1, flh-,A A "A , , ,, , , . Q 1-ft..-f"-"f 6 ,full -"" X' if? , ...fn-9" .nr-I ,. - VA ,- s--J' "4 f - ' .- 15-v V X 1 j,.f,g 1 P I J ,. kkA.',',r, X ,y.! mf J .': ff' ,AX ,K " J: ,L fm gyrus If Vx 1 ig! Q fi.: Q w.fiil1 i'-,w.,' mf 16 The Spifflll of L1nda Mlller The Day Is For... Contribution Organiz cztio 725 Bmw' Ensembles Win Honors in Regional Contest Howetb Leads Band Drum Major: David I-Iowegh,,Majorettes: Connie Morris, Laura ,T ones, and .T an Ledford . ' joins the drill team to yell for the Leopards. Mascot Bridgette Armstrong waits in the stands for the half time activities. OFFICERS: Diane Paclik- - Treasurer John No ah- - Reporter James Braswell--Pres ident David Brown- - Vice- President Diana Goudy- - Secretary Neztiorml Honor Society Inducts Honorary Members Mrs. Juanita Hardy and Mrs. Caroline Cunningham were the first honorary members inducted into the National Honor Society. They were acknowledged in the Awards Assembly May 16 and presented with corsages of dai- sies and membership cards. X , lg ll! JUNIOR MEMBERS. First row: Pam Keller, Reba Collins, Donna 3 Bomar, Paula Hatcher, Arlene Arendt. Second row: Jeanie Millican, Carla Haines, Dianne Jeter, Belinda Reed, Diane Wiese, Kathy Hoedebeck, Linda Insel. Third row: Russell Faulkner, David Brown, ' X7 . " David Hammer, Stephen Burr. GRA!-f"" i I ,LLLQEJ V SENIOR MEMBERS. First row: Harold Levine,-Biff Marlin, Craig Daven- port, John Noah, James Braswe1JfiKyi6'QM9CaiR Second row: Paula Meyer, Karen Galbreath, Pat Ritnam, Vickie Wilson, Margie Smith, Nancy Arendt, Diane Paclik, Diana Goudy, Kathy Barnes. Third row: Sherron Gibbs, Sammie Proffer, Karen Dever, Becky Phillips, Judy Preimesberger, Cynthia Harrison, Helen Marshall, Laurie Wilson, Linda Miller, Jo Ann Street. NAIHS Imiueis 22 New Members OFFICERS Treasurer- - K aye Carter Reporter--David Nieman Vice- President- - Lyndy Ottmers President--Ioan Cotten Secret ary- - Lind a Richardson SOPHOMORE MEMBERS First row: Karen McMichael, Vickie Tolleson, Debra Goudy,-W Kaye Carter, Susan Colwell, Vicky Haverkamp, Beverly Lemons. Second row: Linda Richardson, Janet Bice, Linda Briley, Melinda Runyon, Joan Cotten. Third row: Claudia Woodniff, Lynn Felderhoff, Ed Wright, George Peyrot, David Nieman, Leslie Wilson. NEW MEMBERS First row: Cathy Clay, Laura Saiken, Marian Cox, Mary Frances Davis, ,To Ella Gibbs, Vickey Gibbs, Patricia Paclik, Second row: Polly Kammer- diener, Susan Clark, Kathy Pirkey, Carol Scivally, Lyndy Ottmers, Sandra Martin, Patty Lamb. Third row: J' im Coker, Danny Reeves, Ronnie Liedtke, ,Tack Smith, Tony Holland, Alan Lusk, Richard Putnam, Distributive Edu cation Students Lemfn by Ex erieme Jan Patterson, LeeAnn McCool, Jayleane Mays, Ruben Neal, Monte Johnson Albert Parkhill, Jimmy Don Campbell, David Stewart, Kenneth Wilde, Joe Pulte Distributive Education is a training program for workers in retail, whole- sale, and service selling occupations in the field of distribution. The stu- dents are employed by local businesses. Shirley King, Fredda Blamire, Penny Butler, Jackie Stock- well, Gary Pepper, Monte Johnson, Freddie Kish, Dan Frost, Johnny Morgan, Ruben Neal, Charles Kennedy, Stanley Willis, Larry Davenport 5. ga SKK.. ' 1 xg 'K 4 .11' I 'Q ' w 'fi W 'f A usfxa r15g 'ww , ' -F ,A Q -X ,- M., W Q Xl e ,wwf Egg Y f. G 1. fe, 5 ,iftrsn FW " ,L , , "If I just think, 1'll catch that baton," muses Melissa Lewis to herself during a White Wave performance. Managers: Brenda Tamplin, Wilma Meyer, and Vicki Thread- gui The 1967-1968 White Wave Drill Team was under the direction of Mrs. Pat Bowden. The White Wave won the second place trophy in competition at the annual drill team camp at Stephen F. Austin College in Nacogdoches. The group had a total of sixty- seven girls who performed at football and basketball games. Officers: Vickie Tolleson, Lieutenantg Karen McMichael, Lieutenantg Pam Murrell, Co-Captaing Kathy Barnes, Captain, Paula Buck, LieutenantgMelissaLewis, Lieutenant, and Brenda Trammell, Lieutenant. OFFICERS Larry Fowler, Treasurerg Sparky Flint, Presidentg Don Locke, Vice-Presidentg Kathy Barnes Secretaryg Craig Davenport, Parliamentarian 2 3 gi' i , Q ? 4. 3 Q 3. 'F hx' swamp s nuugmhy 1w.,i' ww f my to d 2 .-we-up. , JoAnn Street expresses her views on a Melissa Lewis, Bradley Enderby, and some other members student council project, chance to visit with friends during a student council meeting, enjoy the Follies Proves Most Successful V Venture For Couucil Carla Pate appears to be one of our more attentive student council members. -L Pat Putnam and Mary Clark await the end V of the meeting. l The student council completely changed and successfully produced the Leopard Follies. This year they sponsored the traditional projects such as Christmas baskets for boys in Vietnam, the Howdy Party, and the Spring Dance. SVU' Sparky Flint and Kathy Barnes try to get afew matters discussed before the meeting begins. Ke Club Sends Articles to Boys in Vietnam y L, , I V J g ,O , ,l,.....,-.., My OFFICERS: David Scott, Carlos Leach, Craig Davenport, John Priest, Mike Haliburton, Cris Milburn, Buff Marlin, David Brown, Kyle McCain - J JUNIOR MEMBERS: Mike Scott, George Bryant, Mike Turbeville, Ernie Martin, John Sandifer, David Brown, Jimmy Howser, David James, Cris Milburn . The Key Club is a junior service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. The sopho- more, junior, and senior boys are selected on the basis of grades and citizenship. The faculty spon- l sors are Mr. Patterson, Mr. Hurley, and Mr. Brown. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: David Scott, Bradley Enderby, Bruce Norman, Ed Wright, Don Brown, Jon Braswell r SENIOR MEMBERS: David Stewart, Larry Fowler, Russell Nunley, Rick May, Harold Levine, Randy Sulder, Chip Claxton, Mike Haliburton, John Priest, David Burden, Kenny Phelps, Buff Marlin, Kyle McCain, James Braswell, Larry Taylor, Larry Brammer, David Howeth, Don Wilborn, Sparky Flint, Carol Smith, Jerry Garland, Carlos Leach, Jimmy Simpson, Craig Davenport, John Noah X OFFICERS: Philip Newton, John Priest, Craig Davenport, Mike Srrratt, and Larry Brammer. SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR MEMBERS: David Claunch, Chris Milburn, Jon Price, Tony Plumlee, Charles Davis, and John Powell, HI-Y Present Speaker From State Legislature This year, the I-Ii-Y spon- sored a school assembly in which they presented Alonzo Jamison, our district representative to the state legislature in Austin. l-le spoke to the student body on parliamentary procedure. This year's officers are: Craig Davenport - President Philip Newton - Secretary John Priest - Chaplain Mike Surratt- lst Vice-Pres. Larry Brammer - 2nd Vice-Pres. SENIOR MEMBERS: Sparky Flint, Harvey King, Jimmy Don Campbell, Mike Hamer, Chuck Nieman, Carol Smith, David Burden, Russell Nunley, Jimmy Scott, Tommy Clark, Bobby Jetron, Galen Whisnand, and Jimmy Simpson, ri-Hi-Y Sells Candy to Raise Funds for Charities OFFICERS Kathy Barnes, secretaryg Diane Paclik, parliamentariang Lynne Wheeler, vice-president, Paula Buck, president, Helen Marshall, treasurer, Charlotte Ware, chaplain. , Taz, , ,E V b'W'J, AQ., . " -. . s ' aww i ff? i Q , is 'S' it e. L fp . W , - Wf rr'k v. b l ,ig ,,,' rr.. ,. slll it A P sssas X, rw - E OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMENE Sharron Gibbs, Chris V Simpson, Deborah Maniss, Dianne Jeter, Libby Mitchell, and Diane QL fha' 5' Clack- lltt Q U Paula Buck, Lynne Wheeler, and Deborah Maniss are preparing to deliver the Tri-Hi-Y Thanks- giving basket. JUNIOR MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Reida Reigh, Robin Morris, Susie Flynn, Mollie Moseley, Jan Ellis, Jan Brown, Belinda Reed, Bonnie Putman, Becky Marshall, Rebecca Mols- bee, Lynne Wheeler, Janet Cole, Linda Woodruff. SECOND ROW: Pam Cantrell, Patricia Levell, Marilyn Thompson, Jayleane Mays, Judy Coffmin, Amber Hudgins, Sherry Plumlee, Cathy Garrett, Gayle Roberson, Debbie Magee, Brenda Tramell, Pam Keller, Dianne Jeter, Charlotte Ware, Donna Bomar, Deborah Maniss. SENIOR MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Cynthia Harrison, Paula Buck, Kathy Barnes, Helen Marshall, Becky Phillips, Connie Mozingo, Mitzie Young, Darlene Baulch, Dianne Clack, Susan Touchstone, JoAnn Street, Sherron Gibbs, Diane Paclik, SECOND ROW: Vicki Wilson, Cindy Insel, Paula Meyer, Libby Mitchell, Karen Galbraith, Chris Simpson, Pat Putnam, Jana Cagle,, Donna Spires, Gilda Green, Eugenia Lamb, Linda Mil-' ler, Ann Potts, Paula Reeves, Vicki Henley, Genie Bingham, Karen Dever, Dana Scott, Be- linda Titch, Linda Moore. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS FIRST KJW: Jane Cotten, Linda Richardson, Nancy Flint, Lynne Coulter, Susie Faulkner, Pam Hatcher, Lou McAden, Sandra Cozart, Sharon Westbrook, Karen McMichael, Angela Mays, Carolyn Gray, Brenda Tamplin, Karla McCain, Monta Mask. SECOND ROW: Jackie Borden, Claudia Woodruff, Lesliewil- son, Donna Culp, Dana Daven- port, Carla Pate, Debbie Will- iams, Debbie Beckner, Melinda Runyon, Kaye Carter, Vickie Tippie, Karen Wilson, Deborah Pope, Sarah Belsher, Kathy Morgan, Becky Wallace, Connie Putman, Mary Moore, Lynn Felderhoff, Sharon Smoot, Tricia Yeargan, Vickie Tolleson, Judy Clements. Choir Students Chosen to Pmfticzlbate in All-State and All-Region Choirs Donna Bornar and Helen Marshall were chosen to participate in All-State Choir which met in Austin. Chosen to participate in All-Region Choir were Dianne Jeter, Debbie Maniss, Charlotte Ware, Donna Bornar, Pam Keller, Genie Lamb, I-Ielen Marshall, Donna Spires, Ann Franks, David Scott, Joe Monden, Nicky Otts, Bradley Enderby, David I-loweth, Jimmy Hatcher, Ferman Wardell, Ed Wright. K 'VVV,,, I . A FIRST ECW: Pam Keller, Sherron Gibbs, Arlene Arendt, Donna Bomar, Dianne Jeter. SECOND ROW: Tony Plumlee, Debbie Maniss, Ferman Wardell, Charlotte Ware, Donna Spires, David Scott, Linda Richardson, Rodney Robison. THIRD ROW: Chip Claxton, Melissa Lewis, Nicky Otts, Leslie Wi1son,12avid Howeth,,Lynne Wheeler, James Braswell, Cynthia Harrison, Kent Claxton. FOURTH WW: Mollie Moseley, ,Toe Monden, Nancy Flint, ,Timmy Hatcher, Helen Marshall, Bradley Enderby, Genie Lamb, Kenny McCain, Karen Dever, Ed Wright. Linda Richardson's enthusiasm is obvious as she cheers for the Leopards. .V 1 Tfglff.. W. ,U ..- , . -fm, ,sl X 155592 K iii hss Q Robin Morris gives Coach Bogue a cake in honor of Red and White Day. If S Amber Hudgins is fascinated by a time out. .WF Charlotte Ware accompanies Nicky Otts Ed Wright, David Howeth, Helen Marshall, and Donna Bomar Second Period Choir FIRST IEW: Shelly Young, Harla Moore, Margaret Pybas, Diane Voth, Pat Scott, Ronnie Overstreet, Jill Bragg, Connie Mozingo, Charlene Adams, Vicki Henley, Joyce Williamson, Patsy Dietz. SECCND ROW: Sharon Swadley, Jennifer Smith, Carla Pate, Sharon Pinkerton, Susan Gauor, Jan Brown, Ann Potts, Marilyn Thompson, Karen McMichael, Bonnie Putman, ReidaReigh,JanetCo1e,JudyCaufmar1, Rhonda Donaldson. THIRD ROW: Mike Stockard, Johnny Scott, Jimmy Rowland, Billy Dozier, Kent Hildenbrant, Keith Daniel, Byron Kelly, Robert Martin, Jon Bras- well, Debbie Kennedy, Jessie Walker, Kathy Robinette. FOURTH ROW: Randy Carr, Bill Murray, Roger Simons, Scott Moore, Rick Timmis, Mike Pulte, Eddy Henry, Bill McPherson, Darrell Donaldson, John Powell, Bruce Norman, Wayne Gann. l v 1 gynwp-..-.a, .Nr -4 'wk ff' V "VV K . RS--are Vw .um if M 1 1 Seventh Period Girls' Choir l FIRST ROW: Danna Brown, Patricia Paclik, Darlene Batis, Julie Cagle, Patty Rigler, Rita Pawless, Jo Ella Gibbs, Patricia Q Molsbee, Debbie Taylor, Shirley Estes, Sherry Melton, Cathy Richardson. SECOND ROW: Susan Phillips, Lisa Wilson, Judy Hardy, Sue Tolleson, Brenda Hill, Vicky Jarvis, Marsha Jirasek, Cathy Clay, Polly Kammerdiener, Marion Cox. 1 THIRD ROW: Janice Preimesburger, Lindy Ottmers, Carol Scivally, Vickey Gibbs, Marsha Reed, Kathy Pirley, Debbie l Mercer, Mary Francis Davis. FOURTH KDW: Patty Lamb, Craig Travelstead, Carolyn Fowler, Jeannie Harrison. 1 fv- 35 fa 4 ' aii.: 'Z "' " ' .. , , ,. . i fLrlTV'l .rsr i. ff- 4 T , .,,, , W -.'--.. . i r , 1 at .,.,. r ,.,., X t r , ,t r is . .- ..,. 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Q , Girls' Select Choir FIRST ROW: Carla Haines, louise Coker, Pat Levell, Lynn Felderhoff, Diane Bentley, Dianne Clagk, Paula Buck, Karla McCain, Marilyn Emerson, Duana Daniel, Dana Scott, Paula Hatcher, .Teanie Millican, Janet Reeves, Janet Bice. SECOND ROW: Gayle Roberson, Liz Berquist, Linda Lucas, Linda Miller, Becky Marshall, Linda Woodruff, Belinda Reed, Becky Wallace, Debbie Williams, Karen Oake, Mi1zieYoung, Robin Morris, Claudia Woodruff, Ann Franks. Sixth Period Choir FIRST -ROW: Ann Britton, Nancy Touchstone, Danna Fenley, Thelma Bowles, Ardena Wyatt, Cindy Noah, Rhonda Dishman, Loretta Wicker, Delores Richardson, Diana Epperson, Mauri Brown, Irene Adams, Debbie Shasteen, SECOND ROW: Angela Mays, Donna Howeth, Lena Cornet, Paula Dennis, Vella Branch, Brenda Allen, Joanne Lind- say, Amye Gibson, Mary Farrell, Carolyn Manuel, Laura Jones, THIRD ROW: Jennifer Cole, Rebecca Molsbee, Rachel Askew, Rita Balentine, Cecilla Johnson, Margaret Hardin, Sharon Fugett, Barbara Smith, Mildred Adams, Mattie Felton. FOURTH ROW: Mary Adams, Retta Fields, Sandra Franklin, Debbie Williams demonstrates stretching exercises for the crowd at a football game. mmf Q Xi - A4 f Viz rsity Cheerleaders K eep Seigging Spirits Alive '?l": "TAI, Nh Varsity cheerleaders: Linda Richardson and Debbie Williams, sophomoresg Libby Mitchell and Dianne Clack seniors Robin Morris and Amber I-ludgins, juniors. Kat cheerleaders: Reida Reigh, Becky Wallace, Gayle Roberson Janet Cole Liz Berqulst Debbie Pope Karla McCain Kat Cheerleaders Boost Team Mamie These seven cheerleaders sparked spirit and enthusiasm of team and fans through the 1967 football season and a very successful 1968 basketball sea- son. The cheerleaders, like the junior varsity teams, are sopho- mores and juniors. Sophomore representatives are Becky Wal- lace, Liz Berquist, Debbie Pope, and Karla McCain. Juniors are Reida Reigh, Gayle Roberson, and Janet Cole. -I. X i U :Q I "' f' P I ggi 5 xox AA g. , - " . X u V' , fl ' A f 1 gi W f XX V. 4, a i i, A ,-,: 4. A,,. 1 , rr ,., ,Q,K,,,, The six Freshmen cheerleaders sent the Cub all-.,,?,bQ.l.f:Ll -f -,,-. 'V,,- L w-M--V New spirit soaring through games and pep rallies. Q ,V I .K M M: we ,,,' ,W or , U M k,l, QM During the year they sold ribbons and helped in decorating the goal post. The Cub cheerleaders he-L4 'fe--A+ -'f- ' "'-' ' W ' 'A are SPOnsored bb' Mrs. Green. 4 u l l F I L Cub Cheerleaders Boost Fresh Spirit Connie Van Hoorebeke, Cindy Noah, Suzanne Walker, Judy Butler, Donna Howeth, Sandy Trammel. HOMEMAKING I FIRST ROW: Cheryl Faulkner, Debbie Magee, Vickie Wheat, Kathy Shinpoch, Brenda Tamplin, Linda Dietz, Anita Hobbs, Brenda Graham. SECOND ROW: Linda Purcell, Karen Wilson, Donna Bever, Robbi Reed, Janie Spires, Barbara Schumaker, Joyce King, Patsy Dietz. THIRD ROW: Mary White, Claudia Beck, Marilyn Emerson, Pam Cantrell, Vickie Denuington, Debbie Mecca. FOURTH KDW: Tajuana Barnes, Linda Eikman, Debbie Gilbert, Dianne Winters, Gerry Moore, Billie Kelley. FIFTH ROW: Janet Cole, Vickie Tippie, Lynne Coulter, Sharon Lawrence, Penny Butler, Martha Clack. C9 HOMEMAKING IV Dorothy Elliot, Dana Scott, Judy Cleary, Becky Phillips HOMEMAKING II Ann Wilford, Cynthia Ward, Mildred Adams, Barbara Smith, Rita Balentine, Debra Goudy, Juandine Chafin. SECOND ROW: Shirley Hellinger, Sheila Pruitt, Barbara Winters, Cathy Morgan, Carolyn Huckabee, Marilyn Thompson, Patty Pybas. THIRD ROW: Sandra Griffith, Sharon Pinker- ton, Mary Moore, Mary Clark, Susan Brovm, Vickie Murphey,,Todie Howard. FOURTH FKDW: Cleta Smith, Rebecca Baldwin, Ardena Wyatt, Toni Evans, Lida Hillis, Janice Tune, Linda Briley, Patricia Shwadlenak. Future Homemulaers Complete Project 'X or Cumpus Beuutzfieutiou FIRST ROW: Paula Hatcher, Louise Coker, ,Tudy Tooley, Cindy Mitchell, Linda Gibson. SECOND ROW: Tricia Schroeder, Cathy Garrett, Janice Parten, Diana Nelson, Susan Grauer, Patricia Carlyle. Future Teachers lu Iutrumurul Meetings OFFICERS Becky Phillips, Corresponding Secretary, Robin Morris, Recording Secretary, Allison 1 Kerr, Treasurer, Kitty Leonard, Vice-Presidentg Mike Haliburton, Presidentg Don I Wilborn, Sergeant- at-Arms, and Kyle McCain, Historian. l Q i SENIOR MEMBERS FIRST KDW: David Howeth, Linda Moore, Elizabeth Gwyn, Genie Bingham, Dana Scott, Jean Hobbs. SECOND ROW: Becky Phillips, Helen Marshall, Sus an Touchstone, Libby Mitchell, Genie Lamb, Kitty Leonard, Mike Haliburton. THIRD ROW: Larry Taylor, Kyle McCain, Allison Kerr, Rickey Mercer, John Priest, Rick May, Randy Sluder, Carol Smith. FOURTH IKDW: Don Wilborn, David Burden, Jimmy Simpson, Bobby J etton, Kenny Phelps, Carlos Leach. Q '15 1, MMSMK-'S-S, ' JUNIOR MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Margaret Pybas, Linda Lucas, Jayleane Mays, Cynthia Cooley, Rita Balentine. SECOND ROW: Patricia Levell, Patty Pybas, Robin Morris, Deborah Maniss. THIRD ROW: Philip Newton, Rickey Enderby, Chris Milburn. FOURTH ROW: Eddy Henry, Kenny Keeler, Bill Ingram, Larry Schumacher. 'C S3 SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Melinda Runyon, Susan Clinkenbeard, Don Brown, Debra Goudy, Karla McCain, Steve Brammer, Carol Bashaw, I I l n Hana Moore, paula Rains. Mike Halrburton presides over a Future Teacher meeting in the study hall. 1 s l ff d O .-z ii S3 D ul Q Future Nurses Sena' Delegates to Convention l First row: Debby Taylor, Roslyn Ridlehuber, Kathy Shinpoch, Marsha Elkins, Paula Hatcher, JoElla Gibbs, Judy Blake, Judy McGilvary, Jean Stobaugh. Second row: Patricia Paclik, Sulynn Hewlett, Linda Briley, Irene Adams, Mauri Brown, Suzanne! Walker, Barbara Tramell, Rachel Askew. Third row: Carol Scivally, Susan Phillips, Cecila Johnson, Barbara Smith, Charlene? Blamire, Diane Winters, Tajuana Barnes, Carolyn Fowler, Sherry Kee. Fourth row: Nancy Loerwald, Susie Flynn, Sue Nicholsj Sandra Franklin, Traci Gaston, Janice Preimesberger, Sharon Bauer. OFFICERS: Jean Stobaugh-Vice-President: Paula Hatcher, Reporter: Sulynn Hewlett, Publicity Chairman: Sue Nichols, Parliamentarian: Sharon Bauer, 4 President, Susie Flynn, 'lteasurerg Bridgett Johnson, Secretary. Jean Stobaugh assists Mrs. Bauer with weighing students. The Future Nurses is an organi- zation of dedicated girls. They have worked at the hospital and Golden Acres Nursing I-Iome. Also, they have helped in weighing and checking the hearing of the students here at Gaines- ville High School. They have given assemblies on the improper uses of drugs and alcohol. Mrs. Bauer, the school nurse, is the Future Nurses' advisor. , --- SENIOR FFA OFFICERS GREEN-HAND OFFICERS UPPER ELM GRASS ,TUDGING ,Toe Wilson, Parliamentariang Roy Purcell, Treasurerg Danny Salsman, Reporter, Van Knight, President, Tommy Hellinger, Vice-President, L.A. Bridges, Secretaryg Craig Williams, Sentinel. Gary Mitchell, Sentinelg Greg Travelstead, Parliamentariang Rodney Fleenor, Presidentg Gerald Mosman, Vice-President, Mark Diller, Secretary Craig Williams, Tommy I-Iellinger, L.A. Bridges, Roy Purcell, Van Knight. '91 1 ,uv Public Speaking -- Tommy Hellinger District Secretary -- Van Knight Future Furiuers Secure District Office l 2 3 l 4 Pasture and Range Management- Roy Purcell, L.A. Bridges, 5 Van Knight 6 7 8 9 lO ll 12 Radio Team-- L.A. Bridges, Van Knight, Harvey King "Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve. 97 AIMS To develop competent, aggres- sive rural, and agricultural leadership. To create and nurture a love of country life. To encourage members in the development of individual farm- ing programs and establishment in farming. To strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and in their work. To create more interest in the intelligent choice of farming occupations. To encourage members to im- prove the home and its sur- roundings. To participate in cooperative effort. To develop character, train for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism. To participate in Worthy under- takings for the improvement of agriculture. To encourage and practice thrift. To encourage improvement in scholarship. To provide and encourage the development of organized rural recreational activities. VLC. Club Offers New 0111120 VlLZl7Zifi6S Members: George Ellis, ,Terry Woods, James Hays, Mr. Moody, Gary Mozingo Danny Vaughan. I r n Alvin Thomas saws steadily to complete project. ,Terry Woods carefully operates a lathe. Members David Lloyd, Danny Vaughan, Ronny Covington, instructor, Mr. Moody, and members Guy Harrell and Archie Walker. l Ronnie Covington is busy at work on his semester project. Speeclo Club Helps Stuclents Guin Poise uncl Confidence in Public Speuleing 1 P Treasurer . Reporter . . . . . . President . . . . . Parliamentarian Vice President lst PERIOD OFFICERS , , , . . ,Terry Stansbury . . . . . Susan Touchstone Max Flowers Secretary . . . . . . . Genie Bingham . . . . . . . . . Mike Haliburron . . . . . . ,Timmy Scott lst PERIOD SPEECH 4 W 1 Mike Haliburton shows his beautiful knees. 1 i h PERIOD SPEECH 1 i ,gpg piggy, ,. sx ,, an -. cg l F J h PERIOD SPEECH 1 I ZZ" 6th PERIOD OFFICERS Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . Monty Pruitt Reporter . . . . ..... . . . . Denise Tredenick Parliamentarian . . . . ...... . . . Don Brown Secretary . ..... . . . Susie Faulkner Vice President . . . . . . Darrell Bingham President .... . . . . . . . Diane Wiese 'lth PERIOD OFFICERS President ..... . . . . . . . Van Knight Treasurer ..... ...... P am Murrell Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . Rebecca Molsbee Vice President . . . . . . Reporter Parliamentarian . . . . . Becky Phillips . . . Genie Lamb . . . Belinda Reed 3,9 ' 1 A gf. s 3 is Q Just ask Susan Touchstone, she can tell you that being editor- in-chief requires deep concentration. , ,,,., Some of those hairy newspaper stories are really to write. Z! tough L Selecting the right picture to go into the LEOPARD TALE can really get to be a group project. W Reba Collins questions her next assignment for the LEOPARD TALE. TYPICB1 scenes 1n preparlng the newspaper for the press. Staff Plans Yea rboole ,TUNIOR EDITOR: Patricia Levell ART EDITOR Diana Goudy and PHOTOGRAPHER: David Brown Diane Paclik and Laurie Wilson, senior editors, plan the ads section for the annual. ,,,.. M l we .1s' if N 4 I VV, W an 35, 3 f ' . Denise Trcdeniclr and Jolilla Gibbs, freshman editors, learn the procedure for making a page. S r 5 sxsx.-,-nkggr, K' "1 p Leslie Wilson and Joan Cotten, the sophomore editors, complete the i subscription lists. -, ':-'u"A"'T"':'.- ci' "-"' "fl L." - . 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W, g , 1 ,J 1 vm mmifm, Y ' ' -' " 1 3.W'..fZ1fH11 v l - ',,fC,4i2Q'i,f12 ' . -Avff-vi .5 I 1' . n:22i'Qfxt',w--A I 412 v - . . Xp. "'1x,i'V W " E Y . ' fr,,f,g. , , ' 'f:If'f?WQQ3gg P V I 1 ' - 2- ., -I nv-VV: 1' ' ".1'-FH. 'vf'--'Nm '-WF' , -,1 k , W- ww: M I ',5,?1gfg"! . '-nifil, l -5.74.5 I , 515. + if 1 ' Fi!! , ' ' JEL ' 1 I- 1 fzig, Y A J- vw w i w A . , 1 4. 'i Q. vw ,X . .s, .1 w ,u 4 y, FV 1 Qi' 2 ..L 'iz ,.. W.. , wg 14 ' JL H gf v N, f ,D-, 'LP ?a if lf. i IQ' It The Day Is For. . . Laughter Activities ' IX Ax "' x ff' mx 'i 1 F tt wt f:,f,4 t if A Lrwgsr ww: an 9.145 AJ fi, I . ,Mt 1. 5. X . 44 .. . aw .4 N. ,, J J ru A W 13, wntxv ity' 1 3 e a, t ,fm gsrjl , H .lg .t ,.u ' .L . r" ' z Q 5 . nfl? .-vfwv? . gs Er- Bon ire Creates Homecoming y Excitement x MO e 5 9 5 UP ff' tttt 'i H it X FF PM W E. HW Freshmen caught in the act of building the bonfire. if-gi' Well, if it isn't some of our enthusiastic junior bonfire builders. Building a bonfire always brings out the true personality of Larry Collings. f, vofw EN? It makes you wonder if some of these freshmen even know how to build a bonfire. X6 WF R., 4-of 4 si 'BM s Cheerleader Robin Morris sets the bonfire ablaze, No matter where you are, some people always have their mouths open. You never can tell who will be barefootin' next. , a Jerry Stansbury demonstrates his high-stepping dancing ability at the Homecoming dance. 2 3 Q Dance Climccxes Homecoming Activities Charlotte Ware and Cynthia Harrison engage in their favorite pastime-- gossiping. 3 t t Maybe if you count out loud Kathy, you will be able to After being crowned Homecoming Queen at the half-time keep up with Pat, activities, Kathy Barnes and escort Chuck Gandilion dance to the music of the Bedbugs. P-ma-. Leopard Follies Pifeseiits: A Quiet Evening ez! Home This year's Leopard Follies was pre- sented solely by members of Gainesville High School. The new concept was very well accepted and raised over a thousand dollars for the student council. The theme of the Follies was centered around television watching. B0 bs bl ' bb bg, "We'11 have clear skies and snow," forecasts Mollie Moseley, Robin Morris as Lotta Pazazz Pam Hatcher can' t remember which toot to kick. 3 1 f . gg ,.,...v-3: Lynn Wheeler sings "Ode to Billy Joe." 19 1X r, l "I heard that Allison is not as sweet as she pretends to be," says Belinda Reed to Mitzie Young. English Setting for 1968 Musical - "Half A Sixjbemei' The Choral department presented the musical comedy,"I-lalf a Sixpence" on May 3-4. The brilliant Work of the department and the cast helped to make the production a success. "Just fake it Donna," says David Howeth. . , p it.c 6 ,M M., ,,,,,5 an y 95 The SHOP b0YS ilT1ff10ffa1iZe their job. "You had better not make another crack about my knickers," warns James Braswell, "We' re going to be one big happy family," theorizes Helen Walsingham. "I never knew that a celebration could be so much fun," exclaims Kipps. Ag.thur.KimS .- THE CAST . . . ....... . . . . H Sid Pornick ..... Bradley Enderby, Ed Wright .-.. Buggins Pearce .... Carshot . . . Flo ...... Victoria Kate . . . . Emma Shalford ........ ..' 4.1 1...- .. David Scott, Chip Claxton . . . Nicky Otts, Kenny McCain Bill Murray Charlotte Ware, Mitzi Young Debbie Maniss, Leslie Wilson Pam Keller, Paula Buck Vickie Tolleson, Paula Hatcher .Timmy Hatcher Mrs. Walsingham Linda Richardson, Helen 5 Marshall Mrs. Botting . . . in Sus an Colwellg Cynthia Harrison Ann ................ Dianne Jeter, Donna Bomar Helen .......... Belinda Reed, Mollie Moseley Young Walsingham .......... Ferman Wardell Chitterlow .................. .James Braswell Laura ............. Robin Morris, Nancy Flint Girl Student .... Rebecca Molsbee, Arlene Arendt Boy Student . . . Photographer . . . First Reporter . Second Reporter Billy Dozier . . . . . . . ....... Tony Plumlee Bruce Norman .Toe Monden Gwendolin . . . . . . . . . ,Till Bragg, Sherron Gibbs First Girl .. Rhonda Donaldson, Karen Dever "Get back to let this boy get some air," orders Chitterlow. Kipps celebrates his newfound fortune. Rebecca Molsbee and Paula Hatcher dance to the tune of a banjo. ww 2 - x si 1 I V 1 'S . F Dancers set the Mood for "HaQfA Sixpence L W A First Row: Diana Goudy, Pat Putman, Karen Galbreath, Kathy Barnes. Second Row: Margie Smith, Harold Levine, Karen Dever. Third Row: Paula Meyer, Cynthia Harrison, Craig Davenport, Kyle McCain. 2 1' ...M W. ,,,.,..ff-'J First Row: Pat Levell, Paula Hatcher, Pam Kellar, Arlene Arendt, Donna Bomar. Second Row: Kathy Hoedebeck, Karen Oake, Jeanie Milligan, David Hammer, J on Price. Third Row: Belinda Reed. 0112 Honor Students Receive Ceramic Awards f- --s .. First Row: Leslie Wilson, Kaye Carter, Vickie Tolleson, Vicky Havercamp, Si1san..Colwei'If Tricia Yergan. Second Row: Karen McMichael, Linda Richardson, Melinda Runyon, Lynn Felderoff, Claudia Woodruff, Debra Goudy. Third Row: Steve Brammer, David Neiman, Ed Wright, George Peyrot, Richard Putman, Joan Gotten, Janet Bice, W-wif ' J-" ii! First Row: Lora Beth Saiken, Sus an Philips, Marion Cox, Debra Arend, Vicky Jarvis, Julie Cagle, Cathy Clay, JoElla Gibbs. Second Row: Carol Scivally, Jeannie Harrison, Polly Kammerdiener, Vickey Gibbs, Kathy Pirkey, Patty Lamb, Mary Davis, Patricia Paclik. Third Row: Danny Reeves, Ronnie Liedtke, Jack Smith, Donnie Liedtke, Alan Lusk, Tony Holland, Jim Coker. ,ff ,, N A --Q 2 M Fun Day Celebrated April 18 ,Terry Henderson entertains by dancing during the Fun Day Assembly. Diane Paclik takes time out to play peek-a-boo with the cameraman. Alex Blaine and Pat McCann add to the amusement of the Fun Day Assembly. 13 X. Freshmen, David Patterson, Mark Wacker, Bobby Szteiter and Roger Simons show off their favorite pass time -- goofing off. Randy Sluder wins the Food Shoveling Award for the evening. ,if Wouldn't it be interesting to zoom in on David James and find out what he is searching for in his pocket? X ' Dr. Walter Kerr pauses during his after-dinner speech to play his guitar and sing, l mzioff-Senior Bcmquet. ..AP1fil 25 The juniors honored the Senior Class of 1968 with the annual Junior- Senior Banquet at the Community Center April 25 at 7:30 p.m. The guest speaker was Dr. Walter Kerr, Director of the National Youth Foundation from Tyler, Texas. Dr. Kerr delivered a stirring patriotic speech which he cleverly accompanied with a routine of comical songs and stories. A theme of "April Showers" was carried out in decorations through- out the building. Zoom. E "Iced tea has such intoxicating effects, dor1't you think?", asks Wilma Meyer of Pam Murrell. Senior Assembly Satirizes A Day at GHS tar y , ff . ,- 53 ' - N T""s- Q X'-K .X dsx . . . . and you are my friends. ff 4, ,.,,, 'x'k if tr W an--.. May I have your attention for the reading of the morning announcements." Srs. Present "Our Hearts Were Long hours of practicing can really get to you after awhile. Steward .... . . . . Mrs. Skinner . . . . . Cornelia Skinner Otis Skinner . . . Emily Kimbrough . ' ' Purser . . . ..... . . . Stewardess . . . . . Dick Winters . .. Admiral ........ Harriet St. .Tohn Winifred Blaugh Leo McEvoy .... Inspector ....... Terese ......... Madame Elise .. Monsieur De La Window Cleaner Young mm' Gay CAST . . . . . . . . 'Mike Haliburton i'i'Buff Marlin . . . . . "'Susan Touchstone i'i'Cynthia Harrison .... ..................Genie Bingham . . "',Tirnmy Scott i"",Terry Garland . . .................... J'oAnn Street . . . . . . i'Kyle McCain MSparky Flint . "Melissa Lewis i""Chris Simpson . . . . . . . "'Don Locke """John Priest . . . . . . . 'l'Larry Fowler Wlimlny Scott . . . . . . . . "Kitty Leonard 'f""Libby Mitchell .. "'Elizabeth Gwyn ""l'Becky Phillips .. .. 'D """.Terry Stansbury . . . . . . . . . "Ann Potts 'l""Wilma Meyer 'Paula Buck t""'Kathy Barnes . . . . . . . . . . :Helen Marshall """Rhonda Donaldson Croix .. 'James Braswell """Craig Davenport . Galen Whisnand If "Mother told me there would be days like this," says Genie Bingham. Jo Ann Street tries unsuccessfully to put on the life jacket. Carlos Leach presents a bouquet of roses to Mrs. Reid, the director. Sr. Splash Day Proves to be az Chilling Ex erience if ' Y ,,r:r A,.:. l - at .,,,, it ,,L1- 7 l,lllf,l f ' 441 l ll f a , " 1 1 Why Byron Kelley, you look a little wet. Elizabeth Gwyn is helped into the chilly water by some of our helpful senior boys. That must be some ring you have there, Genie Bingham, because you certainly are attracting a lot of attention. Q f wr ,sf Q ij E t .,, J 1. ,. S Zvq V i .-1 1 YN , , X12 Yu Would you believe some of our more mature seniors. Q What's wrong, Dianne Clack, didn' -rs I lf' if ,fy ,'1-'WW' . . if , ':d',e X X e uu 'eee , 1 by ' ' l h d ll. you enjoy your Sw1m'C Ot es an 3 Sherron Gibbs and Chuck Nieman help themselves to the food prepared by the senior mothers. -"1 k P N 1 Qi v 5? "K" Semors adnnre each other as they Walt to be placed 1n E X f-my the line, 4 ,, ,. I 'Wm ' New ' fi I lr, A ,I - f 'F h f ' u in . 12 I ,gt of Class . . . X9 15 x' mm! af,:3.,i1 4 'iii N' Q IAL Vki. , President Don Locke leads the Seniors of '68 into the class night ceremonies. 2 ' vu Q an 1 My .- ww wk: Lf ,pf Charlotte Rigler and Vickie Tippie rest and recup- erate from dancing. M pl l fi Seniors and their dates were announced as they enterr Mike Haliburton and Genie Lamb help themselves to refreshments from the punch fountain. Dick Powell and Diane Jeter smile as they have their picture made. :nathan L. Ancient Egypt is Theme 01' the Prom Kyle McCain and Pm Keller inspect one of the Egyptian murals which Q decorated the building. ,?q Judy Preimesburger is telling secrets The "Felicity" furnished music for dancing. even at the prom! 209 Seniors Participate in Commencement Exercises May 28 exercises. Pam Murrell found a way to stay cool duringg d t Now that commencement is over, seniors prepare to leave G.H.S. Some of o Don't look so serious, Karen Dever, it isn't the end of the world. f,,,. a :C little eager to leave. Karen Dever and Belinda Titch make some last minute adjust- ITISIS . The Day Is For... A Pkrticipatiou Athletics A 'a ,. ,,,.,. . Y . , Y w W f 4, . ., .W ' rl. 5 1 0 '. 'f. eq . - -1- ' i Q Y wa-ff V ' 'P , .I ' ll! ,B , ix! N ,or " 3 ' T "Q 'Q 1 1 7, M 'tn 'Q U s ' ' :S ' 5 . 1660, E Wig, " 1? 'viii ',f' . A J? I ,Q ,Ps f' p K. 1 ' ,f xr H r' 5 X . , 4. iv M, ms. M. .gt i, . K L1-x 1- V79 K 1 wi , 1 iam.. K' ,f Q V 5 ' if" , , ,i In f " 1 5, , '!- J , f,., .I J er V 'Ly 4 A :ij 1' 9' --Q, 'f'-s . , ,ibn- . . " ' 1- Q ,ja . -, rx I fl' 1 'J ,gp UI. ng' 'au Pr " '3 9 a Q h T i -1 .L I , U' A . V .jvf i v 4 - Z ' Fx-Q, U P A ,E Jil? Y ksm V 'kj . l g W , 4- - 'E 0 ' . . f .4 - - Q ig jhxn- xg? - 'gi 1 ,' ' fl -gr, ,f A km, xu,,4,,,+ '-my ,, Y ,V 1 i - ' W, ' Q I E . , f ' W ' 1 M - 1 - ' Football XHUM " w.,,,4 Drum major, David Howeth, and Mascot, Bridgette Armstrong, perform during half -time activities. Football involves many people at Gaines- ville I-ligh School and to each of these people it means something different. To the band director and the drill team sponsor, football is getting a half-time performance ready. To members of the band and White Waves, football is going to school early to practice and perfect routines on cold, often muddy fields, It is getting uniforms ready and arriving at Leeper Stadium early on Friday night. Playing the fight song in times of victory or to renew letdown spirits, making a victory line for the Leopards, keeping spirits high, and the half-time show are football. fu X A a ,lei W 5-:fi V , .1 3. Drill team and drum major rock with spirit during the opening kick-off of the ML Pleasant game. For the cheerleaders football is the end result of nervous tryouts and many hours of practice, sore muscles and sore throats. It is long bus rides and giving up free time. lt is pep rallies. The pep rallies are a time of rising spirit. lt is a time for making signs and being in skits. It is a time to unite and let the Leopards know we are behind them. Pep rallies are noise filled masses of people suddenly hushed by our Alma Mater. To Paula Buck, the 1967 Football Sweet- heart, it will always be something special. Paula Buck, the 1967 Football Sweetheart was presented with roses during half -time of Lewisville game. x. 1 ., of Coach Wecldle is caught up in the spirit of the Bonham pep rally. Bonfire and cheerleaders ignite spirit for McKinney football game. 1 you K Coach Bogue and Coach Bates give instructions during Tyler Lee game. 'R I V' 'J' Y: 10 ", .tt fl , . Y if , , ' 1 74 'x -if it J l 5 . X ,ff A'c: 4 . r I g 'S-R Students show enthusiasm on red and white day at G,H,S, To some a football game is a time to reflect on their own football days, To others it is a time to dream of the day when they can play varsity football. It is a time to show off new clothes or a mum. It is coming and sharing the near hysteria of a Leopard touch- down or the frustration and disappointment of a loss. To the coaches, football is a way of life, It is spending the week working with the boys on new plays and strategy for the up- coming games, lt is staying on the sidelines and giving instructions. It is giving the boys the desire to win. Coach Price solemnly discusses new strategy for second half of Sherman game. Long, hot two-a-days are just part of the preparation toward a Friday night football game. To a football player, football is a Way of life -filled with bruises, broken bones, and personal satisfaction. It is filled with triumphs and disappointments. lt is the joy of scoring a touchdown or the agony of missing a pass that might have won the game. lt is long hours of two-a-days, half-time talks, Sprite breaks, and getting to play on Friday night, To a few it is preparation for a college football career, but for most, it will remain simply as the most memorable part of high school. are To the football player football is bruises, breaks, and exhaustion, It is a way of life the spectators can never fully understand. Coaches Kirby Price, Thomas Bates, Robert Bogue N Managers Billy Dozier, John Noah, Tyson Poole Varsity Football A harrassing Bearcat rush kept the Leopards in trouble all night. This Larry Fowler punt was nearly blocked, Mike Surratt Q43 dives through the line and goes on to score against Wells. Quarterback Larry Fowler C165 continues the fake to fullback We got ro get after people" Nieman 1125, '? I s G " hs Leopards Win One, Drop Two in Non-District Play Leopards 6 Sherman 34 Leopards 7 Nfflfwll Wells 0 Leopards 7 Tyler Lee 29 r Lee Rebe eolbmfcls Grab Win in First istrict Game 27-7 Leopard Jerry Stansbury C282 upsets Mt, Pleasanfs Clenso Bruce. .-if ,,, , v- ... . - 1. . , W S-ifjafr ' . X b L, ., . M Llr.-: - f f -4-1.-2-' 422' I gg Q-.f:L,:,'Ff.: qu '-4' ,if - ,MF "gi -M. .4-116,21 Y . 1 f Mfg., Ti 5 , Q .-.--' ,-14,-t' ff ' ' - 9' 'YU we w -, M? . , , .li!:Aii3gQga:p fNQlQ a a 'Mr ,AJ iii! ' 3fEf"ggZL9g' , k f we zewfifg'-15 3?'?gf w Mm -,S i axes? . J? A 3 6' is ,V P X 3 26 " 5 r 1 1 M. Q , s . Q. Q 'f ? wig Q I x' I J N A4 N an N 1 ir Q L. ff" X' 1' Maw.-Q' ,Q :w w "' - an , Wy-1 :,, rj' 'fs T, '93 .. ., V? Y ,A . ww if " I we L ae -rw . 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'-rf-Pfr1'r,'Hfa-S '.f1- ffisf -K,.L,arg-Q,-,V e, 9- 5 ,,ff5,wi,5,igag,5i,,J,,, r 253' " N- rxy iv gk k 55: K f x, I L mi W, - Efgslgak fa isis. 45 f ww ff 'i iff-ar f? . ' 1 1 if gig I l Y' x ws 'fx M , 2 ng - ' 'Hag 4 , "7.:' 1 , ea V fs Ricky Mercer Senior Captain 5. 1. A In U' ,. .N a 2 .4 Q an .1 Z! .. Surratt slams into a Mt. Pleasant tackler. 'lb Quarterback Mike Turbeville C131 trails great blocking for a long gain, Eddy Henry heaclsfor ahappylocker room Don Locke 1895 shows enthusiasm after victory over Mr. Pleasant. X-,rf-,f -1 'ar . if Bo nlmm Stops Leopards 21 .x ft-3-girl, 'H'-, v I fi '1' Q I '4 gX!?':1"q "4 U fi W' v fig A9 H 4 ' QL 1:21-A1 ,,,, x an '- or , .,,',':9'1" .. 1" '. ' 5-sf' '1?"?iie . s A gf, 31,1 gf has er, H. ..,.-.X David Brown Junior -C7 Fullback David Nieman C325 is ser to receive the pitchout from quarterback i Mike Turberville 1131. N gg yr-wa . , ij A Q i oggyf, . L DV- Q WV' ' lx ' Q' I I A . flux "5 X V Lv ix, E A ' e so asa 5'3liE5f!'5f7: D E 5 weeanlilwai. -. David Finch Senior Larry Fowler C165 sets to throw the Bomb against the The pass fell incomplete, ' if 7'-..f1?' .-ck ..y 3.1 11 gs ea' , - 1- '..-v-:,1,- - .1-:deft-1? fuffaf - g f TZ.Ff?52i'1. fir: ' 4' M ft Nw? "' 1 4' ' x ui X, V + 4 5 S I o-F, P I is I Y in IM +1w..,a:, men . VW? 5, X S X Q. M la Y '- :- ,T 4 2 s i .AEM gd 4 i -522' ' ffl T., ,-,x,',s.,r Q-AL 1 r, .nga 7-,. :..,,,, 5Q"""1'5f'l E yer Er ra- . 124,- 'ST::,-Ha.-' F716 :.ei"vf'Ffff-Q" 1' 3 Wim -, vb, Y, S ,. ,, , ,.. 39'-55efmMf.f3a'?'P394?T :wx is is-.. David Nieman Sophom ore Lx E 'K I ,D SAI! 1' '5' f K K ' ' L 3 -. 1 , we-g V 'E f l Lawrence Lorne Senior 'Hrs' -- 1.1. A-z. ax .. Lj.vgp'7iv-,f:Ag'-fk- L 'Z V! ,r V fl. Aga? .: - " n ' Q " 1 K ff-1+,.frgQKf, ,, -. '-gg' fb- ! I' 54 ' . 1.1 A Q. ,ff I rl. 1 . 9 I .. ...M Va, aff K Q N . , . ,. in Eh L, ' w B W' J 'Ev v -x 3 . Y ,ssl r V 9. 'W , ,Q .Q V 4. 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A r U 9: R K m ww 5 wwf, , A' +-'vvg Tw xv g 'T' .v -PK 'Q 53' , yu ,A f:g,m,..,f Q, .-1 "V-v' :' ,Q-4 qi-,1 .,: 1 5 I T 4.,fLg::r.,-:ff1. 1. 1 ., Q. r' ,,,. . - -'ar-fan, ,-.5 ,-".'J"f5l3igi -v' , ,:,- .Q .rf . sq -ai f'axg,Xz'-fr wr-iagr,--, -'e -I 'W Gary Williams Junior Af.. ' 41 - " if V, ' V -1-QJEWFP " ny Q 44' ,i ff -, are iw-Ms. " A , -f H ...J .mv ' I 1 4 4 M . r Ng H 1. V 1.Na Q G 55 th 6 . Fr ww t - fl aw. - ' " . ' "' . I A , , 7377 T.1ifQ3rf.gii -an Q 'iq f iii fa B55 gtg- Q Q zf M.: 1 M g ' af, 'xi Ja N, ia -.af mits- A V K -'-g,-f,fq.5- may '.'. 1.35834 M f ,w g hx. 11 .5 0 . im, , a . A ,p Qdivbf . ai ' 1--huns ,,u,ar..w- -.E H1 I Tommy Briggs Junior Tailback Mike Surratt Q24-J cuts inside as Jerry Stansbury 4285 blocks for yardage against Bonham. .f-E. Halfback Darrell Bingham Q25j is upended by a McKinney Lion as center Buff Marlin 1533 looks on, End Allen Perrin 1803 tries to spring Bingham, but to no avail. McKinney Ruins Homecoming 31-0 XJ I2 A mass of Leopard blockers seem powerless to stop a powerful McKinney rush, Fullback David Brown receives a painful neck injury against the Lions. Coach Bogue administers treatment as the game goes on, 'J 473' "??"'-1 'MSM--.-'? - H 5 ' , i if . , X fs gf! fr -A W, ,,,. w s 9 rr L , 1 K 1 5 It Y , 4. J' X r . . ,A 11" 2 fre' 'i oi . ' ,, '.,, - M, Nga- - 4,1 ., 1' , ,XX 1 1 W so . Fa 5 Q 1 L ii- N Ki + , 5' 5 in N 1 hw A , we L, 551114 wi ' 'nf ix wnwrff-vate f'-M ., SE, J , ,, Vin-vi"' 'L Liv-i13s.f.:44,. eww-v L, , 3 5 'i a'f1sigi5e'1,y K, ' are 1. W ' -f:fs,,r1.w,f:x aff'1sf?f".i3".,-A 'H' rv new saiafa-rar gg-,ff-' 'igygv' ffm!!-.,.y4-, ' -- M Mike Mauldin Junior Gi' 'F' . 5 :s'j 11,:',jff.f Bt ' , - aiiiprgq. 5 'i , ' W 'Z 1-555 W L K ,V , .3 pa r Lb A :F -vu -, M . ' I .1 . ' 'Y'-k"r'-LA ,. . f ex .V ' . Q s .1- nm e - 3 y . - , ,. -.Y . - ..f'- was News-1 zu:--,ff fm, frfwfizriti -, W 1 5151?-Fw fm' - -5 ""L"5""Cx5J :' r H, x ,, ,u'.,L' .S 4' '1-cs-1 r..-, AT' i revs,---ras. za- rem-:'.a'v.'f1 ri ,A 5 ,-fag?-fx? mf ,iznix Lu0,2yEx :Qf1'f-if-32+ 5:5-5i5?4?"g' VPS gg'-any - f -'rfyc ,g2feYE75wy A F0-z ,' " Q. . John Sandifer Junior wa 5 1 F -4 414 . , . r 'S ' " f ff A if 3 5 5 ' M .n-waslwu-vw' I N Q , m I I' 49 1 ' ...xi sc' . , ' , '07 -r. , .. 3: ,-V . lA-it k if ri-512,35 .far , - I1 ,-s ' x' f'-V 9-I f 'r - r " v P ,,J,,,q4,,:a,3Q ' 3' be wie W, fn-iw f. ,z lf-'1 J 4' ai' 'Q c-Q30 , ,KA , ' 4 , 4 . 1 'NT 1 if E' , in 7 JW., - ' -- ,.Jv'5'?' ,QQ . .- fi: " "" 1 - 41 'a,,.':-we-,f - 1-f., Y., 1-,wx az, uf- . -5 -fi-fa f , , . sting, . ,sf ,A -51'-w5'2+ff,: 3,-xi, . '-H'-si s. NVQ 'f"gf:-' Hn'- .viw F- -sw g" f " r. ' . .5 . F' , . ..-, rf, 'f.....:,.' :mia .- - -3wf:"x.:.wa James Braswell Senior o oss srwe . ,.,., :Q-f-'H'-' .,4' -, L 59-i'?Zf?:"6 . 'r ' Y- . . , ,M r . -4, W., .. , ,af m.,:fm f A.- J- frzrg' 2 -mfvF'i'?"'f1"' 1 L'-'sfxfwfz-V L g i,nrr?!'a-LQ, , ,5 wa 1,3525 .L . ,..i,w,,3,H Hilfe. . r . 'Q is-. "L, ' -' Bill Medley Senior "1 Fira-1451, , 4 SQ5!,55':s1f- ' M 12' 27, 95 r Q A , ., ., ,zwfz-gw fs 2 J' - f ,,m, ., '- we f ,f is ,, ,,,g:zr,fw.wmg,, f -, 1, Q:f':..'5g,fi'fYsfeg?'1 if . ,N , ., a +4 W igchw -.. 2 2 Q, K My ,L it va" .iff 'ui fy, 5' W ' X M 1 , , F' 1 Eh' . . lf, X- T s M 'i M- I 'f H W -fam A -iff-crfgufq-i':'l,1i5. 1 +, we ff", W'?n'5g i WW-, wwf? 2 ggi ' , , 'g, a?Zf, rv-.. zwsliawlaiig , . H 4. 1-nv 452' 5 W' Y Q J. Kenny McCain Senior Defensive back "Bo" Williams cuts down a Wildcat receiver. Wildcats Edge eo mfds 7-6 2 Y, 7 ,S A ,, ,,, ,, 1 Q sixgw 11 , -L. .14 A ! .. .Un Q QT- ' ' " V' Alf ,-N.wS,-5 2-' ' ' 5-si., . A 'gig c,iJ:1,i,L-ffg , . Q .,, , 1 11 A ye' aftmrs, 5 Q 1 'f 5, - 5-Raw R. r rw: so - - ing F- , ,,:.4..d'. . . sr v W - A lt .r r 'gy 'Q' u ' H , : - 4 I 'mi 4 -. pw jjx' V'H1,1"'!'fjf I nf- V ' i 33 br.55.Qp - xg-3 1 5 h igiryqegv f V. 1 ' ' '- rf. 'ifiiig 32 Ez! '11, yu: ...v ,i,, 3545 grfeiiigfri rw- - 65,252 11'-FW?-fire armed". - lQ'wf2ftir'Q: X '---ru ', L4 gf 3-.'. , 'f ?Q.?'?:f!5:a-1 'zfnis f- 119647-' .. -, -vs. 2--f rf V. M r ,.- H 4 , .wr " iaftiw Chuck Nieman Senior 1 . ' 174- 5--.,,, .J ji Li,L' ' N . N 'fi fr l - , Q ,Q A If x K Q v- in N iv 4, 1 s " x Q I' 1 W 1 - 11 ' 'NM-,,. ri f x I' ., Q r - W, FN . ' 'S ,I f. - M: ' f X Q .Az r K 1 W 315,-fffmfgggl L .. , V .1 ..M,,, J, -Q as ,g 4 Lg .L in . . "3ff1'T,"'Qff-21-4,2',?f 'H "" -'H' 'f 2-wflkrfqh f. 1 f .sg 'i rjrgm K' ff Ji , wi ' :-' c':,- Qi: "'fr'1:, ' HW- fx l,.1,H1..g1-N 7 . 0 ' Wk ' E...-Q -,egkwl Q-Q X Larry Beck Sophom ore f f 3,5 .. 5S5i 2 .r ffggra we ll 1 ii i M. .. E UI 53' 2 i V. -,.,A,W. .1 . ' .-L-"',.,,x..4 F , -1 2 H - W, .is 'wiv fig . vw-' rg? V' WEQVAK ' . ' A.,"'!-, VN cf- 1 may 3.-Z-7 ,mf i-Q.. gig.--- W nw:,'-A5'if'- wrfg '- hw?-A '-54'-' v -i 5-Q?1.-T525 1-as . 1:2 .A :f1rf...m,-Q gfx f- Q Sik,.".yfMf,gsYzf2'2Q5'gfV'E -2 g gffn-iw-'ff fi '11 . W-gffgy :gi y,-fwfr .W fcis?"" is-"5H?253i'Ef' Eddy Henry Junior we 'z -ff' f r N., , wi. 1 - -is ' .- 2' .V isis- f 1' Q , X ,A A. , 4515 ' 1:1 - r"',' 4" f 'Z " HH I 'f i ' , 'U' N. I -. i , Ne.. e A k ,V . by wg mg, fe g frm, 3- ..,L . . 15?-ff W7 if- 1 5 ..,,L1' 5.-v ' rx' '-iiwu' 1- Q ' . -Qffiff.. 91' Swan 'li 1 '..,f?W: Jon Price Junior . ,gf 1,5 , , - t'f"' A an 2 f'T.:':5j5?' ' - "W 'M W Q .Q- ,,,...... .,-. . Bmw' -gy 1?- IQ , . .4 ,I"'n-+1-4 -4 -Q., Q- ai E. " W" iam' .3 ef: 1'f'f.,, wifi-N .W .sfffffiff , , - N"F':.ix - Refer'-1Sr yr-fi'-, ty' Don Wilborn Senior fag ,yu . 3. ,',.., U .. . . 45 E., .rw-1-, fgfyf-, - 'Q ir Q -'f-T 1 - : Ns: Say, A v z img in-Q: - , ' - ,f P:z...,,,...d.--f - . in ' ug ' ,vgyi . V - . W- e . eiru .gf-fp .f-'gr U Va' r- We ig If-'--:gn?"f5gsaig.fiv Q 'leg .iQfifEw1fL'f'- 'L if? Q if lu' - . 5 S-'Qyifriz-if-.f-if+4??s A Qgswvgf., 1 - f- 5-,igdg 1.151 -f"-fi-Q if --is. fl Kyle McCain X Senior Larry Morrison l Junior 1-9 "-' Z rx J 1 5 ""ie'3'w'? .- gf g I gill Ji A - an ff - 1 D -Q . : -kg, V, y , ve - if , K -rklgskki, - Y 'i bg-'fieiiv Si "xi, 'ifflifii .M-f. -' ,K-,. if-52.5-Q K 5- A ffgag-11'-,Q ,X -.' .A ., -ym.fji5.g-:v,.gqx,fQ.,5F'+Q i ' -avi ' X X- .- -vars gf fer, ,rjmw L, f :Q-fggig QZ:5:5gg:iti,:- -I -Tx,.3'f-"f-iii ' -iw Svxig ' M x, W Mike Carter Senior Darrell Bingham seems to have lost a contact. I I E 1 Leopards Clash with Greezzzfille E Lions 2 I U' Wf7Zt?4:- ' ' ' fo g' V ,M ,I . 1,A,z.ff', A 'L wypiianl ' B I A1 .k:1mG?j esifiwffiz M , A in- I ' Q1l+"jgf4fff',Q ESQ Q 5 ,aw ' fl 551.12 f ravi 4. . , . pf-aiw,:..-.Q - 1 7...fQW3eF: 1: 5-QT'7131w'e',',' N -M rg -.4 Q-,mf-5' J .-my NN1 ' I' 'Weiss . " 1--11 ns:-1-we ., 5, .zo f fs., H , '- 1-1.151 Y- -+ s -4a5,f,f,gf,2g ,sl ., ir, Q- Q. wx,-'Y 2- . :1..Qw.:uiaf i.:-anis., -mr-.Q Jerry Henderson Senior a Bingham 4255 catches Fowler pass and is downed immediately. 1 1 l Quarterback Fowler G65 looks at a familiar sight: nothing but Lions all around. Tackle Larry Morrison U45 stops the Lion rusher in his tracks as James Braswe11Q50j and Kenny McCain 1653 look on. Linebacker John Sandifer C635 strains to reach the Lion quarterback. The Lion escaped. W ,-., fl , h, l h Cheerleaders lead the "Beat Lewisville" parade to the courthouse square. Leo czrcls Viatorious Over Farmers . f .wi Darrell Bingham 1253 churns through the Lewisville line for short yardage. Kenny Phelps 1319 brings dovm a Farmer with Stansbury C285 in hot pursuit Kenny McCain presents Paula Buck, Football Sweetheart, with roses and a kiss. 1-.-. :.."19Sfa,d..,4j'fl4s M K hb,lW..q,?4,'gL Bo Williams C263 sends a Wildcat back flying. David Nieman QZSJ, Leopard Fullback, makes the best run from scrimmage during the long night at Lake Highlands. J' erry Henderson, Jerry Stansbuiy, Mike Carter, and Bill Medley clear the way. I W iLake Higblmzds Overpowers Leopards EK A-pf' 62- 7 A 3-7 Record Reflects Tough Breaks emo' DiS6ZPlD0i7Zf77167ZfS of Long Season .'ss' .sssi L ,Miz ,... Q. e N AV,,.. - -r Y ' 7 4' ' The season began with hard workouts and high hopes. - It ended with a heavy defeat from Lake Highlands and broken spirits. in S .nr wfl ,,m: lhf E K hiA in Coach Bogue is struck with an idea to improve Leopard strategy during a game, But There Were Good Times, Too. 'I' jL."T3 f""" ,, Kenny McCain passes out kisses at Lewisville pep rally. James Braswell beats on a Warrior as other Leopards wait their turn. The Kats Have Bleak Season in Johnny Garrett Q2-45 is brought down after asubstantial gain. Dreaka Manuel 4315 and Paul Hassell 4673 join forces for a jarring tackle. if 54 . A 3 ,C - l l A B r K ' First row: Phil Newton, Kenny Keeler, Frank Jarvis, Jerry Wicker, Roddy Clack, David James, Chris Milburn, Max Flowers, Wallace Perrin, Virgil Parkhillg trainer. Second row: Roy Croucher, mgr.g Don Brown, Ronnie Huneycutt, Dreaka Manuel, Rickey Cashion, Gary Boaz, Donnie Caurhorn, Mike Scott,J im West, Rickey Enderby, Randy Zachary. Third row: Coach Claud Burton, David Claunch,Johnn Garrett, Lonnie Hillis, Morgan Ware, Danny Salsman, Mike Melton, Anthony Price, David Ham- mer, Bobby Ray Hendricks, Keith Williams, Coach Bobby Weddle, George Bryant, Ed Wright, Bruce Norman, John Paclik, Tom Davis, Paul Hassell, Gary Pirkey, Eddie Martindale. Quarterback Ed Wright sprints around left end for yardage against L.D. Bell. 5 I l I .Tohn Paclik gains a few well earned yards. Danny Salsman 4271 seems to be having helmet problems. "Somebody has to to give Eddie Martindale brings down the ball carrier as Gary Pirkey watches. x ' f sf 5 ,f Q 'V L L gf .tv .L . Johnny Garrett 1245 breaks through Bell line as Jim West 1635 clears a path. Allan Newton skirts left end in Cubs triumph. l Donnie Liedtke boots a field goal from the 17 yard line against Mineral Wells. Ronnie Liedtke, Cub quarterback, attempts to pass Cubs E nc! Successful Season With 9- 1 Record I, i E . tga gs' y g 5- fi PI E7 S571'g3H E3 if Elgigif EE 8 W -BU ,, , 5,5 MQ: , 10 IJ 43 J.: il 15 " it ZYft'ffe?-aaa at First row: Mike Davenport, mgr.g Raymond Truitt, Kelly West, Ronnie Shaw, Alvin Newberry, Scott Plumlee, ,T oe Banks, Allan Newton, Glen Thurman, ,Timmy Hunnycutt, Robert Szteiter, and Trip White, mgr. Second row: David Stice, I im Hen- nesy, Gary Tate, Steve Mitchell, Ronnie Liedtke, J' ack Smith, Donnie Leidtke, Daryl Moody, David Trail, and Dennis Bing- ham. Third row: Coach Hatcher, Earnest Captain, Smoky Bagwell, Ray Wyatt, Tim Leach, Mike Bengfort, Bruce Cheaney, Robin Ramsey, Tony Holland, Mike Stroud, Milton Ward, and Coach Burrow. Fourth row: Greg Joyce, George Saiken, Donald Miller, Ronnie Kniss, David Galubenski, Steve Moore, David Wardell, and Robyn Byers. ROTJYH BYSIS g1'abS fOr loose ball. Fullback Donnie Liedtke busts through the line and goes on to score against Mineral Wells. fgwjj ij - swf K WTI' Ay, 35 1 , L, -- ,., 'S Ma ,:,..1 , ff ,-L,,,4 , , 1 :- . M 1 mv-mxnhm w.r-wfmfmm 'S dill' "N.r"' .299 ff f, 'J Qi: Zi Center Carey Jenkins goes high for the tip. 1-nv' .gni "'Jlf W X til Yr be J if 17 X' if VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM l Standing: Johnny Roberts, Bobby Robeson, Jerry Henderson, J ack Motsenbocker, Bobby Hendricks, Carey Jenkins, John 1 Noah, Gary Williams, David Finch, Dean Smith. Front row: Virgil Parkhill, Mgr.: Coach Bobby Weddle, Billy Dozier, stu- dent trainer. A Win Over McKinney Does Not Make ez Season 2 X Jerry Henderson's knee is sprayed with chemical freezing agent by student trainer, Virgil Parkhill, ruff i 4 g,if'g,'f1, al,'l if" , if ,Q QR rr., 'Sf' 'Sr lk Jerry Henderson 1215 scores two on a lay up. I r ' 'f'lijf1f'- J! Bobby Hendricks battles heavy odds for the rebound. 7' P 5 1 gi . -. - Q , k if A J' ack Motsenbocker and John Noah battle for the rebound Bo Williams scores two in upset win over the McKinney Lions. g. - B 1 ' a Sc 4 W ik '15 J! wx i Y en 1-1-1 Jerry Henderson seems trapped as Carey Jenkins 1311 and Bobby Hendricks 1325 shout for the ball .-.., W-...... 'Intl qi ' fame . 'oz lc l. John Noah has situation under control. Dean Smith buries his head as Coach Weddle and Coach Hatcher witness a losing effort. . in ' f. M. . i l J .ii - .. 1' .Ai -K gf mx .Q .. .., gf W I ,. as-..K.,,,,,,,,., 'W Carey J' enkins 4315 reaches in vain for aloose ball. l 11 ' " ' 'BREW ' 1' . , "ff" ' .34 iff fl v-'fnbl vi.: in ska x ,-,...- W--.,.,--1 ,MWF jfs 1... T' E R - ' 1651 A battle for the ball involves Leopards "Bo" Williams and Bobby Hendricks. "Bo Williams hits a lay up shot .T ack Motsenbocker 1205 strains to grab the rebound. w, fwfr ZS' Mom said there would be days like this. Now look fellas--the ball is round and you put it through the metal rim with the net hanging from it. e -1 ' X HM" First row: Jon Braswell, mgr.g Cleg Hazzel, John Henry Johnson, Gary Pirkey, Monte Pruitt, David Nieman Second row: Allan Perrin, Mike Mauldin, David Hammer, Ed wfi ht D K . ,a.5..,,, I Vk,,, ia X K. lil' qv' Alan Perrin C335 tries to block a jump shot as Mike Mauldin looks on. g , anny Miller, Lilton Lawson. B - Team Consistant David Hammer hits an easy jumper Alan Perrin scores on a fall- a- way shot Q :r ig, ' Win First row: Trip White, mgr.g Donald Miller, Allan Newton, Harold Pack. Second row: Alvin Newberry, Tony Holland David Wardell, Ronny Hubbard, Glen Thurman, mgr. Third row: Ronnie Liedtke, Ricky Hendricks, David Trail, Don- nie Liedtke, Ronny Kniss, J im L. Hennsey. .la f""""x Alan Newton races for the ball which looks curiously flat. X Cubs Lose District Title in Playoff with McKinney I-Iennsey's shot is blocked. 'Aw Alan Newton scores for the Frosh Hendrlcks scores in the midst of the enemy J Q i Q, AQ'-. x xax xxx Q . W 5 Spring SEO E f'-331 -I .ywiiy Alan Perrin, junior, strains to clear hurdle in 120 high hurdle competition during Texoma Relays L Ray Die, assistant principal, shakes hands with Thomas Bates, varsity track coach. 1, M ,, ,K 41.4 Mm' Q, V T R M.- M V, hy, 9 V A Q 4 m l 1, , " LW w ' I Q..-uv' :www-.-1'1""""M:-wg,,,,,,M.Qi-JA W T - ' X m 'H A 9 I IIC S ' A ff. .. W . A . ik ,, Lug: .,.., V . A .gf .,., fy , -f--L ' ' if '-... Nh. f Wi A V B Eiciff law mi 2, .L IK 'N 4 6 ' .N A x ,, as v. .. . Mi, . , QA.. .m y .....R.q..n.' me , . W4' ,,,..,uu.., -" .M xp. N- ,. ie' in 1' 'N Ni? M L- ,.,k .. an J-:rg-.,. 452- Darrell Bingham Qabovej and ,Terry Stansbury compete for Leopards in the broad jump at the district meet. friulfgvk I- i. Wright makes valiant effort in 100 yard dash. Claunch throws discus during Texoma Relays. lm 5 him! 9 5 3 fi 3 -as Q 5 .M L. is tis, .fa . Ni r , 'xiii tnr G , , .. J wi-: zlf 3 r . L, ai H X t Fresh Capture Freshman Z5 Invitational ana' .P 0 ' ,:,1.f:f'?,L.,plT14 is Dzstrzet Meet L- 0 J' im Hennesy broad jumpe fot Frosh team. I f "WJ .5 4 Allen Newton and ,T oe Banks run the 100 yard dash at Freshman invitational. af f ff ,gig if ,te " 1 A e et,e , W f - fp' ' f -V' . , ,L 2 4' IQ ff ' iff V f - 'pin' ' 'x.,.ZQ: 51' - L . , ' A - M F L , . h n f mis- 'g,, P, -e , ,.,: Ka f ' ,V W. . W .r -J-3... if - A ,,., I , - : fig- 'L A f fi - A' -s N F -.. : 'C K fwluj- ,, n "f .,1ft', ,g-R, wir' ' 4 .y IU,"- ' .5443 'gg 1,,. - A. -Q .4 . Donnie and Ronnie Liedtgke compete in hig fs.. A iff 2- -fi warg, gf!"-in , 'wi 7"iTV'3z L, ,.+,.M.-,.. ,ca.,,.,. Mi.,-.sW,f' ' - L." X 'K' i . .N h hurdle competition. , '79 Za -.., S... is' f! . ,'.., Q .,,, K. W -vu-runny.-::vr,3qg, .c Q A A -I3 H V ,une wa, ,V Ni, . ,, -. Je- , H-. f . 43... . ,.,. few V a . .N 'Q zw c EQ, Jack Smith IHHS the 880. David Trail strains for distance in his leg of relay. Q.,-v 1, . f .15 Lflffw ., .-.-4 Kaye Carter Becky Luttmer J' ohn Noah VickeyGibbs Halliburton and Bminineif Take Second at District Tennis Meet Mike Haliburt S - M- irffriisiw .s .. X , , W ea W K - ,V + My W .1 .ww AH, V , f . X X -sour ,. Nix, y K. el , . . . t nm- -.11 f V ., K ,qs W V .V N 1 . -N1 ,.LA ,. .L , . ,V A A S, ws2f,..W.i- Q .fb f X, i ' rr, ,..r,eaw-5 tuvzwg -V ,HQ Hn , . -, w 2- -.V Q. , rv, -f-sf- ,' ff "FY: 'f W ,,3gk,15M',a " . D .x ., X Ni. -- X R X I i 'Sk A x , ' '-K , A . X. rx. is A N. A .lvii -' ff NNY. 4 - ' ' W rf?" A .Qfflfr ffl- r 1- vrfff',,, ,V K,-xt , -.- , X ,.,. I: ,' fi-f1Q1g J ,gt . . fl .' ' Kf- Tf Qggisy, .- :Ml MQKAK? . Qff, f k say. 1 A ' , , . " ffif' 'X 1'Vf'i K' r'?elr. A .5 ,rr .,, Inky V .N-Z',g5,g?1Qx 3 5 'i.,. , - s. A .2Xx"iT' 1, - ,fvlnsxkft 95?-11? , elf! .. XM: ,tiigm A rf' ' 'fgfffsfas rrfrmfsrfvf S1-S S ff S S r A .WF ,- :Vx ,X ,-, X . ,1 0- w-gi J. , er! ,, , W .. -I-j., 45 ,qw , Xu. X, , . ff Q .,W-210. my . fi.. , f S fggfw. i I J f - i Kilgfp. .vi V' 8 gy 1 v ', S N Xa 5 1,,.m,- . q,w,.... 5. -"di -L a,.1l..'3',:- , . X -...N Tommy Davis - Varsity Steve Merrick - Varsity Steve Stroud - Varsity Q-.1 YJ Alf . 1 ' 'K FROSH: Greg Joyce, Mike Stroud, David Galubenski, Chris Kaden. 0- X4 I , B-Team ....... Donny Cauthorn, Randy Sluder, ,T on Price G oy Tecz m Places Second in District M ect 1.4-u 't ,Timmy Howser - Varsity Robert Beck - Varsity Rain Shortens District Play onlne Fleenor Cb osen Captain f . rig if- x,J'fff . '31, " 1. ,, . in , ,if . , . ,Q , b f' K - f 4' , ' I V ' tlswffy- PZ ,C an gf, i f- Ffh -j "" 5 .' ' v ,V 1 , gajfffw' 'gifffi , Yfgf-Q1 - 'I l' 3 ' - - f-fflfg .. t- Q,-1, JA'-54' f'f+f'r'4'f'K'1f 'ilkf if TF , 'yi , , 1 1?L . .. J' f " ' "' "6 A "' ...,.',1",31u 1 il- -5:-,A'Vi'9t1'N. 1jAfa9Q"' V 'L L 4' K' - M' 'W ' " 1 First row: Najel McMahon, Gary Pirkey, Johnny Roberts, Mike Turbeville, Tommy Briggs, Russell Nunley, Larry Fowler, Lanny Hillis, Kenneth Wilson. Second row: Tyson Poole, Mgr. Wayne Gann, Rodney Fleenor, Danny Miller, David Hammer, Carey Jenkins, Alan Perrin, Don Locke, Larry Mor- rison, Coach Burton. l .I I 4 r E Tommy Briggs, third baseman, swings and misses. 8 I as QRXQE ' ' i B - Tea m Awww ' fe - MLLL L Lx L, Leopard coach, Claude Burton, discusses game strategy ,Q-9, A " K , ,..: .., f,K ' - K , f .,- 1 l .Q ao,o we fr , Ll, N15 A 1 sfffjo jp, 'W Q- K 'KK YI 'Q K -V K ,,.. t , N' W K W - f -V f K x .ru M- L L 1 Q " f ' MQ: S ' W' K' KK ' T .W ,f W F' M Q: 5 ' If A lie L - X, ., LJ' L R e v r f xx l M f s QK L y J - 1, f ' f-' A 2- . it W - 1 L. - YK I if I 4 qv ix" frdlw W I 13.5 -W ,KA 'ir Q ., K' , -7-.-A ,M R ., , FT ' fr. 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Sec- ond: Bobby Szteirter, Wallace Perrin, Ed Wright, Robert Boone, Larry Beck, Lonnie Hillis, Ronnie Hunnycutt, Ronny Kniss. z -fa Kenneth Wilson, Leopard shortstop, makes it safe to first. Leopard fan, Linda Miller, watches action at Larry Fowler runs for first during Bowie game Bowie game. A if wr if ' . ,J 'S ,, 5. ff . - 3 554 wk rm f . 3 , Q. 'T-1 The Day ls For Belmeging Classes X ,Y4 ,L ' r f s K u A as F Y , ,, J---' ,,-H.. , , -fgsia, , 'Q f K Q 0 " ?'?afi,,iiss5'--f Q ,L -V.-'75 'tiff asf , . , -1, -1 T :L 7111 M4632 . ' . ' ff? .143 fr' '.igifiigiw:lzfggwp-.NV pi'-'1 , , "': k ' : f y ,fy .5 ' 'ijzif s . . fp 2- M ' F -' . , ,,,,, W ',1,. A am.-. 1 yi' Q -5 '91 f J W 4 K' r '1.-,.t-,- VVYV K F , f -Nzfkfg a x 5- .1 5 I . 'Yi I fi . ' L 5- Q 345 V 9? , 5 ,5 A ' as tj Q1 M yff y V 5 E 2, 2 2 fu id F' 1 V ,Q . 1, Qixgv f f Q , ' - 25355 1 Tflii- H - 'UT rf' ' '? ' ' 1- -' ws 'I .V 'ww ggrif-Q51 ll-nd, ,-. "-. W B Dan Flint III Student Body President N x Semor O 1 vers Don Locke Larry' Fowler . . Chris Simpson Darlene Baulch Genie Bingham Senior Float Leads Down- town Pvzwzcle ooooo RE E ,..,.v- ,mt-' Patricia Abbe Charlene Adams Pat Albrecht David Allen C arlton -il" Armstrong Rebecca Baldwin Kathy Barnes Sharon Bauer ncy Arendt rlene Baulch ,Xe B3 -q 1. Peggy Black Alex Blaine J ill Bragg Larry Brammer gf' 'Xl Q 4? A fan Fredda Blamire Vickie Boaz James Braswell L. A, Bridges Robert Beck Bobby Beeler Jacgb Bezflef G6l'1l.6 B1f1gl'12ll'I'l .ll . W., Larry Bowman Barry Britain 1 Dale Brown Paula Buck S rsl. Donna Bryant I fm ga ,K rf -43' if JB David Burden Enjoy az Ha rely Party Benelle Burton Tommy Clark ,Tana Cagle Chip Claxton r A K r f' Mrs. Hardy and John Priest seem to be enjoying the chemistry party. if a .Tim Campbell Mike Carter Dianne Clack Judy Cleary Louise Coker Larry Collings Toasting marshmellows on a bunsen burner requires senior technique. l ff T' ' W 1' LV' COUFSSY Ronny Covington Peggy CIOW Bill Culp Craig Davenport Davenport KHFGH DSVSI Sherrie Dever Patsy Dietz Rhonda Donaldson Tim Dudenhoeffer Dorothy Elliot George Ellis Retta Fields David Finch f Rodney Fleenor Sparky Flint Perry Foster Paula Buck and Kenny McCain brightened up the party at the Community Center as they entered. Larry Fowler Karen Galbreath l Wayne Gann .Terry Garland Sherron Gibbs Linda Gibson Senior Party is az Success John Priest, Larry Fowler, and Allison Kerr seem to be enjoying the music of the Circe. Q75 Goudy Diane Gosline Weldon Graham ,Mi ack Green Elizabeth Gwyn Mike Haliburton Beverly Green Gilda Green s, Mike Hamer Guy Harrell Senior Spirit Seen in Pep Rallies? Cynthia Harrison rwh. HQ' Steve Herbold ix A-N... X K. Qi K "Mitzie," says Dianne Clack, "don't look now, but my feet are growing! Tennis shoes and all!" I Tommy Hellinger T51 ' X ,J-139' 1.11fff'?f'r . 32 Q 3 Leslie Helton Jerry Henderson Vicki Henley ,Toe Hill Pixie Hill Jean Hobbs David Hqw h J .qypa Dale Hunter Glen Idell Cynthia Insel Carol James Bob J etton V .4 J" H W ,,, .,,, A H he Y' A w--f ,-,, 5, , cg, Sterling Johnson Brenda Johnson Jessie Johnson Gregory Johnson Monte .TOHHSOH 1'-li..-.-.. I-ve The spirit speech on Red and White day was delivered by Kenny Ph elps. Terrance Johnson Laura .Tones Byron Kelley Charles Kennedy "' I A . . 21 ,- - YU W 2- , ,ww si .1 4 4 Q J -km' 5 A 5 1 i EK -g f e f jf A f -. an - "' lf' -PW-Wiiiz Allison Kerr Harvey Kilig f :WS 1 K W 72,3 5 -"il, 'V Shirley King Dorothy Knabe Judy Preimesberger pauses for a moment to think. ,F eva' Genie Lamb Sharon Laughlin .Terry Lawson Carlos Leach Jan Lgdford ,f M X3 Kitty Leonard Harold Levine Melissa Lewis David Lloyd DOH Locke ING Nancy Loerwald Lawrence Lorne Kenny Mcgain qi: Pat McCann McConnell LeeAnn McCool Carolyn Manuel C0 ncentwztion Carolyn Manuel Buff Maruu u Chris Simpson concentrates on a difficult art project. K 1 35 L 1 ,Y -1 W w1c . Ar - x Helen Marshall Cheryl Martin Susan Massey Rick May Paula Meyer Wilma Meyer Diane Meyers Linda Miller Rickey Mercer Cindy Mitchell 1 These don't look like seniors! Libby Mitchell Linda Moore I . A, Jack Motsenbocker Connie Mozingo Seniors Celebrate Their Last Year 5 61 ai Buff Marlin is obviously being lead into something he doesr1't l care to be lead into. fffix 105 X 5? Murrell Linda Murray Gary Muzny Ruben Neal Sue Nichols Nicholson Chuck Nieman Ighn Noah ,T an Norman Russell Nunley ,T eanie Pace D avid Perrin 535 ug Y ' Diane Paclik Kenny Phelps Albert Parkhill Stormy Parkhill ,T ann Patterson Becky Phillips Tim Plumlee Ann Potts Senior Parties are the Best Parties n 'Q 1, f lk ,sf 'V' Terrance Johnson and Mary Adams enjoy a game of Swinging Statues. Judy Preimesberger Sammie Proffer .1 41? John Priest .AQ I oe Pulte Some people can talk anywhere, even in the middle of a dance floor. ,P W2 is-.pl Pat Putnam Paula Reeves Charlotte Rigler Anna Roach Bobby Robeson Randy Robinette Steward Rogers Kenny Rucker Ray Sam pert Dana Scott , gy. 'F ' fgwifib gegi M :vw wx -2-A, --C Kenneth Phelps, alias playboy trackster, takes time out to smile for the camera. Seniors Support Texoma Relays l y f,,,,.1- Jimmy Scott Verna Secrest Chris Simpson Jimmy Simpson John Sloan YMJ7 Randy Sluder Carol Smith Margie Smith Tony Snider Donna Spires Q4 ma ,Qs u ' -' 2 s M. AWQLNQ M My ,, .AWN A. ,. , Chris Simpson, Libby Mitchell, and Dianne Clack, wind for the crowning. l l. 'nfl S ta nsb ury -way David Stew art - . ,J 1, ya oAnn Street Mike Surratt Ai? LQ JP .r Y' ny . 3 1 3 5-411 , S' ,J b -ef...-a , 4 Jackie Stockwell l Yf.: fl- Larry Taylor candidates for track sweetheart, wait patiently in the blowing Beth Stogner Belinda T itch 'Qt Alan Stone :UF Judy T ooley Mitzie's famous iridescent white navelshines brilliantly through her dark sweater. Susan Touchstone Rickey Tutt Danny Vaughan Archie Walker Johnny Welch 'N-v Galen Whisnand Don Wilborn Kenneth Wilde Jerry Wilson Laurie Wilson VTP Vickie Wilson Jerry Woods Lonnie Woods Ardena Wyatt Mitzie Young zmimfs John Sandifer David Brovm .. Diane Wiese . . Lynne Wheeler . Mike 'Ihrbeville unior Ufficers . ....Vice President President Secret ary Treasurer . Reporter unior Boys Enjo Freshman Activities N ., 'ki vi:-gif? 1 LAI mfs 412.227 : ...L---T' r - - I iiliiii 36515, ohn Sandifer makes the pre- season baseball warm-ups. X if SX Ei if hnny Abbe Mary Adams -6 'A .J by .gl . KH-av , 'Q 1, ' W K ,V 1 in , 1 Dana Armstrong Y ra- 4 a ' W, ' 1 - Ilene Arendt ' A .o diva ...-,Q M fx V . -,k'- K , K - i-aggi 1 ssisis isis 1 , a ' - .. " ' Vffffi-fs"f-IT' , .ff L S2 s C 1 if 1 fx 'fi x Q A ' , r .s'S35s' r Q 1. Vickie Adams Brenda Allen Rita Balentine Mike Beaver s. 1"' ' 1 A ,M . a b .A '- r ' fi. ' A f A aii i m Q -'--f jilgf' n f QF , l:,.. V M ,X . - 7 nald Bennett Charles Bergquist Joey Bickle Sammy Blake i E IIS. A at "There goes Mrs. Porter, gang!" shouts Mike Scott. "Let's get her." Ki ."" W gm 1 4 , ' 'T I 3 - 1M"f,,.a3'-ff""' 'ir X is 'ill' S Donna Bom ar Robert Boone Af MM: ' 1 5 Q. 3, a 5 his 'I l B, . 43 E . ff-- - sf: Wanda Brackeen Vella Branch -if 1 ,Q K. 'K g',f'j4. ,W of ww t . 1 --f:: .sax 1- 'f is gi X, fi S QP 4 f X A 'J Thelma Bowles Tommy Briggs David Brown .Tan Brown Mike Brown zmzors Support "Hey look, Rebecca!" says Charlotte Ware, "Mr, Die has y gotten the wires to his P.A. system tangled." i "Don't look now, Mollie," exclaims J an Ellis, "but this little kid has just threatened to pour coke all over you!" 4 1 ! -' ,pa ' ' 'Y' I i 49 1 - f' Q fo , X B. h I . at '55 '- 'Q f "' K ll l -ar K ' X if A ,S xx , If 2 X 'J iq m Q " al us an Browne David Bryant George Bryant .T ohn Bryant Billy Burba Q-xg - , Burr Penny Butler Pam Cantrell Patricia Carlile Randy Carr lr'r , " ' - '- R Q- ' ffifw 1 ' 5 ff ' 5 V Cash Donnie Cauthorn Jaudene Chafin John Clark Martha Clack x What is thernatter Chrisg haven't you ever seen Tricia Yeargan in curlers before? Belinda Reed shows Pat Levell the only sure way to make a good grade in chemistry. ,To Ann Street and Brenda Tramell have made their own little hydrogen bomb. Isn't that cute? ,K Ax K, '. 4, .-k- X kk kk g ' .A .. .. be -rl , gg, C , ' g A kg it A A z ff, E, EA " o 21 xf - .rg Y 'ld - 4 - Twig '-if I ' 1 1 ,, kyhr I .vin L r r K 1' Jud Coffman Janet Cole Reba Collins Ra Compton Y Y g ,,,og , , C C 5 f K -,Lr W pus y V r X - 'LP 1' if-4 ' h C ' ,rer L," ' Qffifli fdi E ,, George C ok: ., cf x Q .,,.1 o '-Q.-l br Janice Ellis Bobby Cravens Vicki Dennington f To L, . Vince Dooley ' A "':'. fgffffiihir - we y t 5 ,STM-, W5 ' 7? ' . . F V it 'J1t,, T ' V , 4 1 I Fifi-" , 51, if Rickey Enderby Toni Evans Russell Faulkner 75 qv-00" ,J .7 Cynthia Cooley J! if f jf . N Mark Dozier Winston Felton T was -g f asf 4 ij Billy Flowers Max Flowers 'fag K A "'w.?, , Ann Franks Dan Frost "If you think my hair looks neat now, you should have seen how I had it fixed for the Spring Dance," says Patty Pybas. .Biz gk, , . ,"" ' . .1 -Q" ' ' ,. K-,J 11+ . 5 fr 3 A X f 3 1 i ' rg F N v..:, AJ? Susie Flynn Sharon Fugett zmiors Are Scientzfc anzors Enjoy Music Day at State Fair ' P' , . M , , X ,, , V M,- 2 Mr WIISOH doesn t seem to see the humor in that last joke, Shelly Young. C' ,flffi Mike Galusha 'wx 1 'fi fi K QX,a SK, .: , 3,35 S ara ffim 1. fi? HHH hm S S5 C onnie G arrett ? Q db? if Carla Haines .1 "":' , Q, ' , NG '11 E1 , 4 f sf! I K K Q .. fhri, . 4. ri xg, if if - 1: kVKLV.' i as it i fi 415 :, A in F , 4 I Cee-Cee Haliburton David Hammer Stephen Harlow Paula Hatcher Susan Grauer Philip Hale James Hayes nf 2- "Pull yourself together, Charlotte Ware," advises Donna Bomar. "That last midway ride must have shaken you up." 'Q' 1 Bobby Hendricks , .5 to rv H Eddie Henry , VA f y' ' V' VVJVKV H 11 d' ' 'T S A vw, Linda Hillis Dave Henry V .,,,. Don Hillis if ' 25 i ff A if Kathy Hoedebeck Qrf4"' Dianne Jeter is a bubble gum stretcher from way back How many people know that the week of the bonfire was also Jennifer Smith watches intently as the National Cavity Week? Belinda Reed and Brenda Tramell know. sophomore girls try to teach Ferman Wardell to walk. uniors Boost Spirit for McKinney Game 'iii :- w-rx , Q Glenda Hott V Qin 4 ' - - V , 1 " W f li 1. ' '55':,. -ww 2.5, K Don Hunter zfggrry 01' , I Jimmy Howser Rita Hubbard Carolyn Huckabee Q I aa,- B ' 35' 1 9 ,5 Kay Hunter Terry Hutchison Bill Ingram Amber Hudgins Linda Insel A - 7-r.,..rp . , .reside , .M ...Q y. X , ,. .we . ,Jn X fun -J.. 'Fagan :. w ww 2' ..1,.'3 Q, 1,'Q.g.' fr: X t Iria Karnes Kenny Keeler Pam Keller Billie Kelley ld k -if , , . ,4. A... --s .1 , s .'. ,fm e2:.sP::MV1"Y'ZWi56?'W rt T., 9 5531 rcs: f y '. yd .ws W . Ai T ..,' A a QY 4 'lf David james Charles IamiSOI1 X if is K .g - 3 ' R ga' ff Stephen Jeffries Carey Jenkins -z 'f i .:zfseve,f-Sli" ' '67 f", 3 yt 'ry Dianne Jeter K eflfly 101165 V"'6""'12Kf'-""7' U 'W Q' Wf"F6'75'-5-'Q . A KAX 453, ,J 51 -N ,' f vs-4' . ' V ff. - ' Q 1 wi -4 ,?77'?5W'wf'?m'r ' -wq:-rf, w, ,..ag,..aQ, . .Xux .N Y .lvy ,, - y A '.,-yu , :V VA:-,f,x:gX1'. sim , nf - ..,,-,G V, :www ,. .3144 be .5f.Q3-k,,:'.,iL- .. F5 Sweet '5',vV42.Fb?fi'o gggfl ' 'Nga ' -'gy' -to fr I Q 1 ny, -, up sv fm? fsou' .' , x , . V s W . E W SN of gf I A psi 'Seto .SY at x , f J :si HK-- Q V. Qlnz- X A :Li :AXA R' - 'S w " xf fr X' .4 1 . f , . H 5 wx va' 3 ' S ff ' N W' R f it-.f:1.a.-If ly 4. Xa Z J 6 Q9 , ,Jr Ai 533224 ! Q . K M., Ni Xf ,y ,. ' his -eff rrr' ' .-"-w-9' 4Qq,r4Rf ' Wrfff-,, K . 'ria "riff X" "2M",'V ,, X -f my 3 P4-. XJ V i ,. h, H .f,mM,4., . , Q 6 ,, V to r wif f' ,N. t .-ff4,,Q.'X 'TTfL.,f4.'f'1"ffx-i"+ 153' , N. , e ' M 4--'QQW-.flvgjjhi,-:'p2!'r'V S ,M H x K 152 f+',,2:fLevA'1"f oft . if 4 -W r.fw7'jIg,,fg'l-fee" ,WV x -flffifglg K' 3 , , , v eff: - 11 he A xv. y K' 2 'Q+f'f'7 L 9-wiv? ' iii? it yQ,fi3,. rf Wait, 4, . Mu 5 . , 'K Y r . rf, 4 A 'fr A 3-, An y-V :Fifi f -gi"' oh, - fi . J I, gl: , XA f'Q??i.:5135i3t,g.T- or "we A ,qi lt. , .,g:,3,3tQg,, A 1, LQ , -, iw-QQ pity fff5fk?jaQ:q 114.54 ggjif V f F. fi- lei . A .k,,..i I f-LJ, -I F , LY wvK,,f,A , ,gif f1.v.rg,J if il .-FM 'f 1,213 'fb if ' ' ' ' 1 N , nu., . .rg . "After I read these last few paragraphs I can burn this book in the bonfireg and nobody will ever knowl" plots Diane Wiese. unions Participate in Student Body President Election :A 'g FM V few, K ent K eltner Linda Kirkparrick K 0' -t ' ss is " j' 4 if to Debbie Kennedy .Li li Freddie Kish Juniors have the prettiest smiles. Pam Keller proves this. f Wg , s Q L . Y, I , 5 1 J. Mona Knabe Greg Kneupper "David," says John Sandifer, "there's a fly on my forehead." f S , . I ' I 1 .Q qu 355,41 5 .W X, , . ' L .1 3 aa F is fm- M ,i.,, W L ' in 5 X? I 1 A Van Kni ht Vickie Kuhnl Micke LaRue Don Lawson Gar Leach Sandra Leach 8 Y Y Y fh ' S t, ,, ,ffl I .. Q A 2 i IAA If i s i if V - ' ff K ' f ' 3 ' .M -I 'W 4 ,GP ' "H" f "5 5 "Q 125' l '- - ff 'I' ' "Li f' f iiiiiii 5' Y ' r LYYY fr is ' ,1 Y u rf X no 1 in Y , Patricia Levell Ronnie Loving Linda Lucas Ronnie McElreath Bill McPherson Debbie Magee . "MJ" x RN Eff ,L Deborah Maniss Donald Manuel Dreaka Manuel Becky Marshall Ernie Martin Mike Mauldin E And Juniors have the prettiest legs. George Bryant proves this. ' ' 3 X r , r ' E W -dr-..Af elif' Some Junior girls setting bad examples for good grooming. f . ' 'S i ff 'Q' 1 or "' r wi i,i5'f loi'7f eee e , 2 a c p , V rrrr 4 fm 5 H I .,VVV , ""' , , iz? K , , ,V X 1 gupgk HZ :gi-fi K ' M ,Q 2 2 .wagfg-,firp p gy Q park: Q '1 . ' " uf "::"' 1.-I '- Q . . 1.542 i Uihffe Uni? Jayleane Mays Debbie Mecca Mike Melton Stephen Merrick Chris Milburn Danny Miller Jeannie Millican Philip Mitchell Rebecca Molsbee Jackie Morgan F K"' if m1'L, f ' X I .. 4. z ay , . ' 3 'r f x, ,y W -L x . Nfl ' Q . , 3 . l ,mf ' me , is 'f sip Q ,vw l x 5,1-vi? QXH4 ,clls V ll 1 no , X as M H.-A M - . M ! Johnny Morgan Connie Morris Robin Morris .N my ,Q f s M .a y 1 ,Ol Qs 1, K 'r I 'V .3 i In A N K l'.l"ns....,u'L5 . Mollie Moseley Bill Murray Diana Nelson M 'R , 1, mi r J is X , V L V V is k z Caren Oake Rodney Overholt James Owen Larry Morrison Philip Newton f 56 1 M Charles Parkhill Karen Oake kills 'em dead with her act. uniors Set Fashion Trends or GHS zmiors - Cafeteria Style g -1 'V , 1 r, 13 M fi ef Gary Pepper Yiflifiif' V 'CQ Janice Parten ' we P ,, Q ,Aee ki Mfg Gary Pirkey ,,., X, 1 Tyson Poole 6 Alan Perrin , nj P ' 1 eeee eerey Richard Patterson are J 'b ' Sherry Plumblee My U John Pow ell ,Timmy Howser reluctantly chalks up sixty cents for his plate lunch. . Mike Mauldin and Alan Perrin find out that eating can be a sticky business. 1 m. M 'W I 1 ,,L ', . , ' X1 Jon Price I, , Z I , x . NPatty Pybas I JU' l i 5 'B+ fr' af 4 aa , f. D N3 , .Q VV K, K "I I S. f A 'B' -QA wr ly I- ,312 Roy Purcell Bonnie Putman Margaret Pybas -C .f N. A y.'1i, , 'fQEx'5.i if XX f 51 Belinda Reed Peggy Rasure Paul Raymond ,, , I +, ,, 4 ev 'QW A Eff 1 , , B 'n , ' en,n Ve g '3 , 91 D Kyi' , R f my Hal Reese Reida Reigh Jerry Rhodes Bobby Richey "These corners in the cafeteria can be awfully lonesome." sighs Carey Jenkins. I aniors Train in Vocational Classes asas- aa R is A3 1 is fi - 4 I s 1-. f Q , ..sx. , - f Maisy :rf Y , it as Q W 3 Q X S+ . 2 Gayle Roberson asl "This dang lathe!" says Gary Mozingo to Bi11 Hair. Danny Salsman Han- 2 .1 9, ,ja K iisf R E 4 :Iii KA' S E11 A Mike Scott yi .3 J 'X h 5 1 John Sandifer Tricia Schroeder fc: 1 'f 5 r g .E Pat Scott Dale Shasteen 2 Larry S chum acher Brenda Shaw Richard Robinson Frankie Rolston f, if I as 2 F I J R, L. Sain i 4 E Van Knight meditates on the Aggies' winning of the Southwest Conference Championship. Wake up, Van. .Ga ,rms D rv-in Jennifer Smith Judy Stew art Fay Shotwell Larry Simmons Srere ,r i ,Q v..'i'i a L -err i A' , , ' 'K J -A, - ' ,fl 11 f- ' Steve Stroud Sharon Swadley Debbie Talley Marilyn Thompson i f'1,11 ,L '-:af 'ff li " .W R . a . r l S l 56 gf L f , H mfg' 'JK I ' ' K ' 'x X .. .V Ear .gt rw , Tune Debbie Turbeville Mike Turbeville David Vik 7, gm 2 3 its 3 M If r fi . Vwbx 'L 'i , , . 5 K Jean Stobaugh Brenda Tram ell , . .. E i X 5 gg 3 4'-' 5 Barbara Vineyard Voth Charlotte Ware Morgan Ware Faunza Way everyone knows. David Welch Everyone always suspected that Gayle Roberson had a little spark in her Now unions at School Dances 1, Maxfli W gy. W.,,, Wrmnu Bonnie Putman puts the "wart curse" on Susie Faulkner. 1-- 'e'1u g 5 yi, Y 'W m:A- ffl' is A ' 5- ' f - fl I G x , I Y no 1 f "" I Q N 'l i- ' e r ' " Y s F 1 l -. its e lf , , X? 1 ,... A ' - f s "' sis-mt' , Gary Williams Stanley Willis Don Wolfe G iiile or eull 11 G G-5 i -. N . Janeth Worton Gary Young Shelly Young I FRN nr ga, if gr ff A m iii Linda Woodruff Terry Zunk s M712 -A J ' Franklin West X ivf ff 7 X ' -'2T'5fi fl5?f"7 Floyd White w I Diane Wiese X jf: Gary Wilhite l Lynne Wheeler x I Jerry Wicker A X 1 if Mark Wiesmann N 'ms r a n A J? Craig Williams What's this? A junior boy, Kenny Keeler, is with a junior girl, ,Tayleane Mays. 'X 1 , I , 1 il' ' f , , , 5 ' J Q 5 5 'o.',?' , Sopbomores 5 ,,,oea Q o oe , fo M x Sophomore Ofjgcers Bradley Enderby . . . ............. Pr6Sid6Y1t Nancy Flint ....... ..... V ice-President Steve Brammer .... ........ S ecretaly .T ohn Paclik ...... ...... T reasurer Liz Bergquist . . . . . . . Reporter u-'-Q4 QS-92 N ' Vickie Tippie and Lynne Coulter have trouble with their truck and the creek before the bonfire, ,Z - -I '- -an L f 4 f .A ,.,- K ' J wk. ie thv -A - f -Q-,,.f ,, t tili r.t . T iff h iiif of Mike Abbe Mildred Adams Lola Armstrong Mik 2? A 41 , . .. , me , 5 -. V y, y ,rx N ' Bobby Bauer Mike Beavers Larry Beck Robert Beck Sarah Belsher Diane Bentley Liz Bergquist Donna Beyer .., M- i. LQ . H 'S N a .av- f .. ...41 ia-Aff Hair is an occupational hazard, 1" ' ri. 'gziw' , I , 'X 'M L , ' 1" . r. N4-fi Q Q f L 1- X 'VW- f . 4 f 1 Darrell Bingham Gary Bloodworth Gary Boaz Jonathan Braswell Gertie Calhoun EJ 6 Larry Claxton rrl rea . 4 d ' f .C ,y me rrr , C ,,,, ' , 'Q 1 A N. vs f af gi? mguifvk 3 V? , ,Mx M 'fi Linda Briley Earl Brinkley N ,. rr, , ' V. V' P lf: if 1 dm 'f,- 2, 9' x 2 P 33 f-, Travis Cantrell Kaye Carter ' rara f .ryr ilr yi l rrla ,.r fi. V Q"', Judy Clements Susan Clinkenbeard .fa M y y r ' 1 2115 ...- Paul Booker Archie Britton in ,: Vky. 1 Richard Cashion 'Zi '? .llrar ff R susan Colwell Jackie Borden 1,t , L y,, . I Don Brown Roddy Clack Allen Comer t Mechanical Drawing. .. y Industrial Arts Attract Sopboinores V L ., , ' FQ A 4' it fki wa 2 If Lu.: -,tl i Lawana Boyd Steve Brammer ' to 3,3 it '..ex QR ' I W 7:2 Q 49,5 W a-,-d at fg f' Q . ' I-W., .2 I L an , , fw ti riff ' James Bryan Mike Burkhart 5.4-v X ,I X Mary Clark David Claunch Jane Cotten Joan Cotten . or H 5' fr . 5E,541s:f ,' f ,:f:ff..gg,,gji,' ff-iugf ay K Q K,,L 3 , ccaee e e t +5i?T3'i" to K' W Q "K , H ,, 4 i T if s ri Win V4 tt, . ' hi ' x 1 'WB X i 'wax 4 . fag: ,, 2 ,W QM Sf rg M Fm H' f' 535 -'ME A , bl Kg? 25 r " -1 ts iefvifgit 415 ,1 A. , .. .. W ut: K, -.. 45, uh, fr , we . gm gi? Q if Y . Q My -'si' X A ' 'x VX " wg M as wi K ,cg .. ' 4 6 w h f c at K 2 2 as wa 5 , i Il :fi tm E 'F' swine, '---'- 'tx .-T t X . M f 9351-.Q-'-pit f- L ' j it W ' I :Ii K- N "kr "wr l to 'c M e 2 alla!-4 6' e,e.- ,, , r ,i .- K 1 ,- - " My ,A-. ...TE-:yi ' 4 y.:1i?','i' eQ A '2 ' xg ' .Wa-' Q-.. f 71 f 'ett 1 mwlnw, M7 j Q . 4 ' L 2 ,t tte. , A ,,.,.k X TEH "That's pretty good, Jerry," says David Claunch, "but what are you going to do about her feet?" Jackie Guinn illustrates that everyone is a genius at something. Fifth period French class shares in a surprise birthday celebration for Mrs. Bowden, 1, , .f F .WW , , 1 'nf . . 2-2 is A Qs f f Lynne Coulter Chuck Cox . -- L-rL - 'Fel-Q iii' YV if if gf A -' ' i f 537 3- 11 ,-,1 ' rr,1 Q gf ' 1 --VZ W. . -' , , fi -- -' r ,"r' L s ff' Donna Culp Duana Daniel i s 'W . K ' , f ' ' Linda Dietz Darrell Lester Ellis Marcus Ely Lynn Felderhoff Bobbie Felton fl 'ST -lays Nanci Galbreath Debbie Gilbert 4 3, """': I I H ., , W , '27 fm W , wr 1 K My , I K ,,, i yfmL.m.Hll f, KA 1 Sandra Cozort Roy Croucher Glenn Crutsinger Rusty Cullum l . , if l G ' A' G W 5'3:g...,.'.'g4' I :" W:'1 ' ' Frankie Daniels Dana Davenport Charles Davis Tommy Davis ni 1 rl A' :,k tag. i ,L 1 F Q 2 , ,4 4 f-" -z f -A , , Timothy Dougherty Billy Dozier Bill Dulock Brenda Dyer ,, 4 f 'jj' - I 5 - vnwg fi-F B K , ,, 4 , M -3 V a- Q 'rw ,..,, n i k! rl " Afviif-.mi gx j , , A V . d Marilyn Emerson Bradley Enderby ,. Q' B rl 5 '7 .. , ff' " 1 Q fi 3 y :" if D1r., ,ff Ly' Mark Finley Nancy Flint Dana Gordon Mary Farrell kizfzfi Vai H f-:iii ' Fra Larry Fox Ann Gore Debra Goudy fa- b IJ! " We 1 G fr? .ywrxgi-5,.la. I! ,rid .4i?"'f'-e,n-,fire , .1f'?FEf?Yf!1?3 rf ' - Susie Faulkner Larry Fuhrman I ' G '-411' s Brenda Graham French Parties Sopbomores and Bubble Gum Typing... Timed Writings and Tests X. W, he X .M-fr ff' fi ..,. . t kv K . x T . K f . T 4?-r 1 "X S- A is ,,-syfr i s 1 If! 1 'ff 5 Randy Graham Carolyn Gray 'K i Brenda Hampton Paul Hassell , , . ., , 1 . Q Vk.. . , ' . ' Shirley Hellinger ff 1 ,fs 1 - , ,um .3 . . 4' S it ' 'il ,N .... . 4 O'Nea1 Gray , 91'-A A 5 5 ., Z ,. X1 v . T w 25 ws, 4 5 Jimmy Hatcher T A F V' :K I wh Gary Hendricks Lonnie Hillis V M ly W ,,,,,, Bradley Enderby listens to instructions on typing a manu- script. I XX or 1 , I ' Y Donna Hubbard Don Hudgins Barbara Hughes 'ie' 1 X lsfsaag j ff .-ll O.. s a T V' x .0-"" '1:. 2 I .j ,diss ls Q 'A , - -- i Kathy Robinette prepares for a tim .Ja J t if, 5 fr' " Bobby Green Bonnie Green ig as " ,fa -v.-:r 4 nf . A 47' J 'Qzbig' X., my 'sz u , Pam Hatcher I X Wallace Holt T me fe 3455 Vicky Haverkamp 'fl' Kim Hosea ld M N3 ' J f :ff NN fa, Dorothy Huneycutt Ronnie Huneycutt ed-writing, Xvfv. Lx 2? ? ,, , , X. fi! Dee Greenwood Cindy Hayes Ben Howard Jeri Hutchison if , ,Yi 'iv ,-., ' I ff IX- 'gg vi Jackie Guinn Clegg Hazel Jody Howard Qt" , ,, ,Qs , i-.av gt' '- f-2' . 1, Glen James f" 1 Q' J 1 1 fa 1 5- Q -f' V 5 4354259 Phyllis Hall if L : K y ,',l,: , "W gg "'7k ft ff ix Rita Hellinger h A' iil Y, Mike How ard Frank Jarvis X m 1 sf gal sf : f 1 f W., 'W-In if , K J., ji N V N G ' M4155 '92 ' H f X ? N -uv GA X, - 1. ' 2352, A VV V 5, 6' . im ig E 'if , K v K f J J UQ' an my rf Sl V 1 s W BL f J Bridgie Johnson John Henry Johnson Michael Johnson -Lg: W 3 :'fffzff51:,:-, mgzrf '-W' "ff 5' , L ,ITT "Y"'f,! s " ,-,, M L ' Wi ' 71, J 'zh' i ' " if o'h, L, ff , Y 1. E123 ,,,, K K i l si gg A tg f , ui, " " . r ev ? pf nig ga Dennis King Joyce King Martin Knabe JV ,.5i? V Vrrlk I , t '- J J J r r J J f f Glenn Kyle V J f qv ' . -, me 42 aj, 'Ss , RK.. 5 P , I Joe Lee Blane Lane flea 'U ' X9 b , , 1 , as ' 5 1 ' Z r 1 9 Jimmy Lehnerrz Greg Laster ' 1:7 nf , . - . f J eeeiii J .,1f 5 Q X 37 ,J,J,, .Q --,r , f Beverly Lemons l 'ff 2 J Aff . X , +5 Ronnie Johnson ,,, ,,.. z if W .. 1 3 X f yy I .- wg. ,Q ., I L I Harry Kneupper 4 x .49 ig: J Y X, r 1' Kathy Launer ,,, Y M . Bill Kaler wka r L I Pam Knight , , M' . iff? 1953.2 Q 1252 - . ,gy rg JJ, , Jimmy Law son iw ?' f J if 4 6 4 v 1 '1 , '1 ' A 'R 'ill "'W" f a n .,,, .,,f.?',, . , ,L -01.12 ,Q I, "' Q4 ' is xl'-".?E3,'1 '41 x Joanne Lindsay Becky Luttm er f S' 'T .PEA W X. Haw an .f h 'FIG fi' , L rx: L Jsss L l v George Karnes , .,.,, sr ,. , 5' .,'., I l 5122 A Robert Knox , 1,5 E: LLJJ Rx, ff rnfl ' Lilton Law son 'ff 'fff yiil - f 'ii r ug x . ,iw , A I 2 Ex K 1 . n 9.3 Lou McAden -rf A.. NE Karla McCain and Karen McMichael take time out for a spectators' -conference between events at the Texoma Relays. .3 I I H s Donna Kerr Sheila Kidd ft '37 D GF S f Ronnie Krebs Melvin Kuhnly K ' l Becky Wallace leams that baseball can be exciting when Q S I 4 you watch the game. Dale Leach Sharon Lawrence Spring Sports . .. Sophomore Support I ' S kr. Donna McAfee Karla McCain These five sophomore girls seem more interested in the consession stand than the baseball game. ff? if if 'mkz il it D iz r l l l E l I r i 3 l Doug Secrest mockingly portrays a mem- ber of the opposite sex. Monty Pruitt and Darrell Bingham take an imaginary train ride in their skit. ' J 1. +2-ws , 1 , R C H .. as. 'fs' Gloria McCrory Dwayne McFatridge Eddy Martindale I oe Monden --1. s r NRE ,,g 2 Y Gary Mosman ,V if -- f l 5 L " lik . 'Q-:fr N133 CWS 0 Keith Newton ig ki fff VAV Q i. L 1 1' Virgil Parkhill ,.:-fr: f -' - ' rw: I K 5 -,'r .3 A 1 1, r 5' ,fs G Hr ,SX ,,,, a. Craig Mask 15 ..,ff E'rTF - , r 4 r rx r,,, fi? r R ,,,. .Q ,Ia X ,rig J SE I we ,fa F Harla Moore VK I Q , Vwk K Xe Nicky Mosman Judy Nichols A V p f X tii 2111! , in - -an if Ak I , D ' Carla Pate I' X ig ' 1 X A lb ' W-W' ' 31 ' . , ,.., 1, A, A R Q r f X Iharlie McG ehee rf , A Q' 1, M .Qty i M yMonta Mask W Ti? "' if M52 W" 1 S :Mary Moore 1 Harold Mow er W x . pw -4 X Aly if , WM-if David Nieman John Perdue ,fiff - 1 ' ff:-, 1. i 4. K " J ga H 'fl f-5 13 Q I ' 'S' A. Najel McMahan Angela Mays :M M i S ,L L Cathy Morgan MMM' E R g - l 5 X jx. X M I 1,189 I f gig M ,Xin 1 , nv i A Vicki Murphey S ,wfffyf M If qv X M mm ap i 'ac 6' lx Bruce Norman -ag Wallace Perrin Karen McMichael Jackie Mercer x V f ai Liar K 'M ff '-, ' Paul Morrison N - 'QE . N ,V , Ronny Murrell E ,. , -'xy' Nicky Otts Az 4 1 25 . M AM 'Z' : lift or a 1 iirr M 2 W fl X i. ef Ronnie Pettitt , W eldon Martin ' r P Jeff Miller Latricia Morrow -nr 1 M Mqfffl A f 1 Denis Neu ,M John Paclik V Q , 1 'I' I fa PM f. 4., MM George Peyrot S oploomore ezlent.. Speech Ski ts -L-- , S ' D . . . YKQJ55 Mike Phillijs Soplmmores SOCid lize Q i i e ae Mike Pulte Les Robertson Glenda Savage Debbie Beckner and her date dance to the music of the Black- Quts, during a break. Sharon Pinkerton , Q .,,. , A A iik ir Connie Putman i tfk' 1, ' , ,sz ffl 5 Vw 5 Kathy Robinette + 49' 5. 1 ' E I ,ev--v - , 55, 'eE4i5i?2i,,qaa f w e-, RSS rm Mike Schmitz -g:,,g . I - f Egg' 3 S -,'1 1 X if Tony Plumlee . faq X . iiwvm- . f, ff L A gi. x '39 K W rr HQEFHP' :seek Richard Putnam asf .... ,bf .F 6 ,1.1 5 -.q., N , at 1 Q Y W1 hinn . i William Robinsor M5 P 'fi' . . 4 ' We n , 1 fYX':51DX,3'fX'3fx4 N Barbara i Schumacher! Kathy Launer and R.L, Sain take time to sit down 94 , Debbie Pope D .: ' 5 David Reed Rodney Robison V..- - 1 Q 1 IQ, f David Prescher N .E rm fi Var .i ll X 9. 'ig Robbi Reed , V. f -r, 51' fa , 5 ' T Paula Ross "N 1,51 i ? i t V. . af ' U5 ' 4 , 1 Y , QM W, '1 'E 1' We-"?:Q K XR ,J fx Finley Proffer A PM ,Q Janet Reeves ,Sf Monty Pruitt Don Richards 5 f A50-. , ,s ,. ,Jw Jimmy Rowland Melinda Runyon 3' ,V 54 L" ,ja AW is f' A v A X fi as 3 K Dale Scivally David Scott Joyce Scott Doug Secrest .4415- Dana Davenport and Larry Btammer seem to have spotted a friend. A Randy Pruitt .21 -v 5 Linda Richardson VI Bryan Russell Gary Shahan Sheila Pruitt I M it . ..,,AA Johnny Rob erts David Russell X! Q Marilyn' Shahan Several 1968-1969 drill team tryouts. r ' officers look over score sheets after 1 V. r M Q:-,, 3' ,f fizfj i L52 -lf-H QQ- Q -' Brenda Shaw Sheila Shotwell Patti Shwadlenak as 9 S ,' .. S erreo 5 an as fl M lrlller I Q lrrrl at Q - A Mark Smith Russell Smith Brenda Tamplin Ronnie Taylor Thomas Tubb Marc Van Note Y Q g2E'T'22' :A 115, S M i '1v"55?5' Sharon Smoot ,ya ' 1" F, F -1115 . " 9 r v 9 ' ff 4:1 I ' K Melody Thom as 1 P at r i' s S SVVL Becky Wallace Michele Skaggs! 43 m y ' -,Li km, 3 -, :fy ,J , , , r 35" sway xy, Janie Spires M A A, x if Vicki Threadgill Cynthia Ward 1 4: Barbara Smith T X ri' , fi l K Dewaine Stewart WW U t . it . t , I -.Y ' T 4 Vickie Tippie Ferman W ardell 1 Cleta Smith 1 'E Q 4-if T 2 a,,A , jitlit - J ll Paula S tew art Vickie Tolleson 1-5 IVY Tim othy W are Dean Smith , 3 -.K -x ,VIA i , V +9 T '.'1' Kathy Street .fazi ia.,S J .ie,1Sh m 5-','1....,,-...firrig Nancy Touchstone , .... A E Kenneth W aren Spring Activities . . . . Drill Team Tryouts Q r I Karen McMichael C735 is congratulated by friends after being chosen as a 1968-1969 drill team officer. 1... L- 'Wk Q , S .. an y s 5 My is 5 ,L ' iill ' Homenmkzng. .. f 321- , C ob blew A rom E X ' . X 'kung T, ,A,,L ,Z and A - lme as Skirts L-ss 1 ,I Diane Bentley becomes bored with LECTURES on sewing. 1 . ' . T V , . f , I - t . r . 1 -,,, ' " 'Tv , ' Steve Welch Jim West Sharon Westbrook v ff V l , 1 , - f Q Xl ,, f- 4 is if ff "f1f7'f' if li lsis Ann Wilford Debbie Williams Keith Williams Y A' rsl'o gg ' 3 is , -3 4. ' . , V z I ,sc --me W ' ioss ' S , is V ' it ' kk 1' X - "f' 'Y 1 I A 'fff I iii Y ' Kenneth Wilson Lenda Wilson Leslie Wilson ' , ,ffl , ' 2 ' E Y rsrsi "'- ' ' "Evil , ' A ' Y , so 5? 'f ' fuflf' Ed W1-ight Jackie Yates Tricia Yeargan K My '32 Dana Whisnand ..ir ,Sv Joyce Williamson Barbara Winters Pat Young Joyce White 1 5? ' , - f' 'V Joe Wilson Claudia Woodruff Phillip Y oung ff" 31 A 4 W K ' l Z, H ' 5: l Don Wiese . as --f ff' w 2,1 1.-,, ref' f If MW" M if Y 5? fb ' M' H ,HM W ,fi"'f.,. ,T Karen Wilson Kathy Woods .MW - ,ws W, ' 5? sii f r QQ 'M -.sms Randy Zachary f+ , W... li' v ,ya k ,J . W ,QVV g , . 6 ' yu W . . ,V V A Wir ' t 1 H4 . L . , , ,an-Q V A. ' N . ,vo 4,,.p'-1.-UM. ,ff"""e7"Ef"""""'-'?"4" """""' ' ' N , .f , Q W V I ,.,f" . , K ml , ' 9' V ,z - V 4 aw, ff ' , X Vw V i M ., , V V - ' . , A-m...,, 1 I w.,, - , ,I , , . V , V . WVVV., ,A 2 Vg., ., . K VV? 1 VV Q , . VW . u K , x . -"MV ff' ,.,,,, X W 1 - K Q 4, yur V f A 3' Va V 5 P N xx ff V e ' , , ' ' 1 I Q 57' 3517 772 977 A . , Q 'hx I f- J" . . , , kkyr VV., 1, A ,,,.g V 4, V, ,, .1 A 1 -'fu'9 """"f .. , - , ., W 1 , . , ,, , 4V V V V SV A VV? I ., fr'- , ,pa ,.., , ., , A, L ' M' Vigil ' A .Q mw1 . V' A . M lf' if H ,gg .V Q. V ?g V W4 f qw K. , V. V VV V ,,,., VV? , VV VVV Mffnl . wgy- 1, ' Y Q. :P W 1 r v ' law: 5, ww ,W,WwNM f : wE I. f Freshman Officers Jack Smith ....... ......... Dennis Bingham . . .... Vice Cindy Noah ..... ....... Donna Howeth Allan Newton President Pres id ent Secretaiy Treasurer Reporter M 'fy 5? .i K ' 'F' U I , Ji 15 iffy? Q 3 .2 "I . M 5 - Ljizgw-aeeerzrigtglj f B ftfnnu. l A ' f ,i.,Q"1r A . ff 5"ii'w:m5'9'f"-5-A-'1-A" W ,. V - A 3 3 A i f' www! . KJV. P Elf V J I ' f , I Um .k A avi' , X l i n AAA A A VvL , N ' 79' -' D B X tw' ya , H E VX' w , . , 1:1 .., A , , - ' Irene Adams Ricky Allen Debra Arend B111 Arendt fee. AA, , ' lk ' '-vfvfu is-he ' z r f ' f,.,'i.,..n1l"' W - ,:,g , , gg . gn ff l ,X A' A B ' 'Saw ti K, ' f ?r I ?,x:'N, W3 f , r x ,!- MQW. V i ' .2111 ,Q , " 'mf . , ., fl ' Ma ' .3 ., 'dw ev V f A 9 V! ,V f ig ' ,q rv ,Vbk I at bf we f 'Q' fav w f 'Y A ' ff y 'VVA " N' A 1 ,A,. r'-we ' Q ' n x so A i X 3 A"'4"' . FW A If . if 'B ,B 1 ' W? ffl "1.wfR .1 i Ai ' Rachel Askew Smokey Bagwill Lanny Baker Joe Banks "f9fff": D ja:-pg,i3g :mv wv -5 spy, ,.:k ' MQA, W flu V, 1 gdixm. . p H A I 5 :'Pggj:fif,"A' , U. , , fn- fz' I X V, Q I 1-.' -4 - - xg, ,v A ,EEZ "'21'5'1i- 1 1, xl if A . v14.'W.'-1 AB M 'V' WA' 'li '- 'iff ' B kkne , L,--egiirgf..-5? rs"Jy if v k . L ' aw- - , f,. ' 1, H, ,Q Ln -"Gig M-,ul 2 4 ,Q ,7.5,,y,f,5f,--my ,., Q . I gf?" ef ii 3431 5Q7Q,Qf I '5' ' 'f...'if' 77.1 .1 "': Q19 tg F D 1 if A 2 Af' Fri, 'QL fff??gj1tFfEf?E:kg4 s1'5,T,Qq: - f-1 -," M f B 1,. ' A ,fra 'ffl .. I M Q 'Ai ,Ti rn ,AA A:'A -f Fvefiagy' .f -- L - X nf? XX l " f A"' fit, Z" A V A fit' Jim? ' - 'si A ' "pf N,,.., 'ff - A"'A N 7" V' .. mf' ,A--. .. H,-Lv :F-f -A 1'3A1fg", 4. A ' Bobby Bashaw Darlene Batis Tajuana Barnes Joe Beane V- w...- V J '. V-M. ,:- - How many people know that Cindy Noah sleeps with her eyes open? Dennis Bingham beams, while holding someone e1se's trophy. fl on ,Ass it . n Claudia Beck Gary Beck Dorian Beckner A? Q Y rrv K r A A AAAA LA. Aff, ,fl K ii Afk"'LC ,, Q ,K, , if f 4 . A i G. -', I 4,51---' Mike Bennett Mike Bengford Lora Jean Berend 9 Karen Biffle Dennis Bingham Judy Blake , ,::. r vrii :E J Jw Sharlene Blamire Brian Blessing f' r, 49 , J t ' Q' B Q al EV f 5 Curtis Bridges Mike Brew er Ann Britton Peggy Bowles Charlotte Brackeen Danna Brown ., wt Q i, B 'Y 5 ' Lv Bog V Q I ' Lg B. listtt . f y . V J l i i f ' J i" ' iiilfi 1' W. 'Z' , B B ' B Q ill C is 1 ' J, 7 , f' ,L 'U ff-152: 715+ , KZ ' 'Marx ' 'M W . M - B , f J A 1' A ' B stiii A ' J r ,yi or 2? i C Q '. ,. B fix W' o r ,J 1 ll,s J A li . . . . it f 1 A ,I , X Sandy Trammel giggles whilemaking copies Gene Brown Mauri Brown ,g ., MH, , .,..,.i .... W ,W.,, ,,,,,,,,,,i..,,,,.,,,,..m,.,,,.,,, ,q,,,,f. trsi J 1 1' . 4.'-'- V- 5 , ' -' lf I wonder who will win this race, thinks Pat Molsbeeg will Gainesville win them all? Ricky Browning Bernie Bruce of her address for all the boys she's met at the track meet. Just think of all the letters that she will be getting. gi ' J' 1 Steve Burkhart Judy Buttler Robyn Byars Mary Francis Davis Paula Dennis Alan Dever Y K I r ' lf' ai l IQ J V' Bryan Compton Jennifer Cole Jim Coker P afgif M grey 675995 K3 Frosh Su 'G' f- 'Ziff t iiub Activities Debby Taylor, Roslyn Ridlehuber, Kathy Shinpoch, and Marsha ,Tirasek stop to watch the boys run by at the Frosh Track Meet. H4 X ' s ' ,X1 , I i ,K by t ,fri s e f 'ii' L ,C - fi t ,f s 1 ai mf r t' ff if , " "N" W' t Q " .e.- f ' f--fl 'I C - A . M it bab C "' ar C -M . " A F " Q r ., ,.7 J'wii , giwj W ,i, .M I .u..,.. -. .. .. .. ., ...L '- i ii Julie Cagle Teresa Cagle Earnest Captain Bruce Cheaney Susan Clark iff .K JT, 3. V 'Wg' , fr W Z ' i f we ,a e 0 i-by f-:J 't 1 C 1 Lena Cornett Eddie Dew ey Marion Cox Gary Cr ocher cli ur! Wi. 'C' . I i ' El: g tyyt ' it W D ... if Mark Dillard Jerry Dills 12 e Qf y ,1f Wayne Crow Keith Daniel sa' 4 N3 i 4f1oQX wwe, C f l Cathy Clay Y., .a..s V . f 23' X 5 Q- . uf" V . i-:gi "AV, li A-msvc . 61+ f 'ff , , S2 L ? X 22 331, Mike Davenport 2 KN ymlbg .f V aa , A , r.A Rhonda Dishmand David Doss Kenny Dulock Freshmen First bonfire was exciting for freshman Patty Lamb. Jeanne Harrison shows freshman spirit at the bonfire, Eagerly Beast A 2 sf ns f s Y Q x 'z ff ? 5 ' "1 r as ssese f i G tts - I, ,,... as , , is Bob Early Mike Eferhart Dianna Epperson Shirley Estes af " fa? Kathy Florey Donald Florie S i 2393 3 X 59 . JN ii T37 S ...sr stir, L N- ,ix , ,,,,, 1 rw ,Y 7' Q yr: EN Sandra Franklin Mark Frasher J r Io Ella Gibbs '.'-".'J'." '.'.'- .' ' -'.""-'-. . -3. -,'.'.'. . sg .',- . .'.'.'. - Vi ckey Gibbs f ' G 1 ',.ir VK in 1, : N z-I 7 . ,,,V' f S Q . . ....- -. -- ,.,-,-,,...... -..',', .1 a. - '.. '.'.'.','.' v'-'.- -. . 3 Shclia Graham Mike Gfauer Visio ry ar. I gi' , x W a ' i l I -yy, Qtr ii ...P .3 ' X .. aff' Sheila Edington l l Cheryl Faulkner 1325, v.'ei'X ' w ,nur at at Linda Flowers l ik Af ' i Sterling Fuggett Amye Gibson ...w , Patsy Green X .. . -'7 r 'K 7 N. X x FEMXL T' S . 'fifql ' ' X - , 3 E1 . 1. Wishes X ,y agf 3 yyjff ',.:i..:,, , -'Q S532 t V'-r , Linda Eikman Y fir f W 1 J-7 S54 Matti Felton ,X , in l w 'uk if? ,fp I x fr ,yn 1 Iudy Folger W David Galubenski Hfgemt. fi? 94-R ik M 1 ,D 'F f f Bud Gibson af x 'Y' 54.-Q ,- t Q.,-, K V1-:. 'i W Qi 7 AY' N 4 Q 1 F 'I ,vita ,-P1Qi.r P. i'fii3?-355 Paul Griffth at Bon ire l Marsha Elkin Dana Fenley Carolyn Fowler Rx -Jail Traci G HSIOD Richard Gosline 1-.L 1: Mary Guffee Q' at an Q Q 5141 3,1 X 1 , 1 kan! , ra an Q We yr, V is 'QA if V W r , it ,1' fry K V ,K I ,Q,,? L f y 2 44 V' l.lt W4 Q Q! .V w .-" M y 'w iff i I 2 ,. is i m ww x Q xx if - A wk 13 ,. fx '5 , ' K N14 fl Wav, ' b. 'ff "S K Q 3, fjff J 4. . ,Q T K- Vw' 1 1.7. N ' ,!2?t2,lf4g"x' 'jfil V k I Av5ug,b1,Ly ff Qlrhg ,sz K r r -1 " Ii, A Wai Q -. I ,T ,fig 5 Nl? 3 rg sslwfhwqfzli'-as A V, 4. if ,,l,, 2 The great box collector--Denice Tredenick, J Sharon Hackler Margaret Hardin ,E g ggi :,L FA' ik Bill Hargrove I Practice P ik' r f ax ff I jf' J Harriet Hall Judy Hardy , ,-an-Y J ,A1:. uf 4' in 5 l X 1. mi , K 5, -, ' . Cheri Harlow J J ' ,,rro,, 51 . W ,Q J K .. N . ,. 46- - v,:r 'li' J rrr, .rrrr J . Freshmen are always getting stepped on, proves Pat Molsbee and Sue Tolleson, ' nf nf. if nfl ' , Early morning practice is too much for Marsha Reed and Lou McAden. J . if rre 5 lib V 45 ' Y r' -ff Z,, Betty Sue Harris .ifgww V, I 5. gt'- fgwv ' ,. , A f Tony Holland Vickey Jarvis Joyce Harris iff' 559 '1 -J M, 5- J Q, k ' H: ,, f Sharon Hooper Marsha Jirasek r i Y' Jeanne Harrison Ricky Hendricks A it My James Horner Ricky Hott esg:g,g::,, :g z -I p.1,.f,gf1w.g wt ,, , , 5 4 ,Z ,, . , 'Q 0 I , ,, Albert Jeffries David Jeffries .Y . X +44 l Makes Pefffectio 72 1" 2 'ii , ig L'- -: , - JE 'WJ , mi' I f. A-X I im Hennesy , , , Carol How ard ,fm Sulynn Hewlett Jill Howe I ' . J I' L, 1 1--Q , " -- y 1' Je QT Cecileia Johnson Ricky Johnson IL, , RQ? ,farm it ,P big, I ll i -fa.,-:pf K f 4 7 Q I 49" .4 ,q f.,.4gz'r.a- K ent Hilderbrand iw, . ...,. ri. ,331 K I 13, QL- Donna Howenh Gerald Jones Brenda H111 Anita Hobbs Sw f wfifi ,H fr Ronald Hubbard Jimmy Hunnycutt i ,, A C2 Q i , I . rrnn. f nrrnn,r x 1 in Terry Jones Greg Joyce 3' H R he s L . - " 1 fi - 1 x 1 fx f K is lsss . M XX J M ,lg Chris Kaden Polly Kamrnerdiener Sherry Kee Richard Keller C -- L y, hhrh az . Q V H '4i2w"lH'!'w ,-J" wfpn T-Ef f L C , - sf , 4 fi , L L f f' , if ' Y , iv. -"'a'i' ii 5 llrll ,C I J 4 W A3 is ' rrrr ' ' Q , Kerry Kerzee Kay King Marie Kirchenbauer Alvin Knabe yr ii is i:i ii I iii iii L C f , 9 5. ' 'i" , , ' f at . rif: s :K irerll 1 s R , V lil-YV? K L Ronny Kniss Lloyd Kreager Patty Lamb Michael Lang English Class Presents To Kill Mockingbird LKXXQBB "Next on our panel is Atticus, QMa.ry Francis Davisyf' says Cathy Clay. W n Us 4 Wx 1' I' M My R s sv? Y Elizabeth Langham D is Ed Locke Ronnie Mayo ,g ii, C 4 we---4 Cindy Leach l 4 ,V,V t W -f' . ., 'In . af X I, Janis Logan Terry Mecca Q W 1 V X T I p I This is the rest of the panel. of .3 Am Q "' K .' a ff. Tim Leach M Q 4 Louise Lorne Sherry Melton T om my Lee per f ,IWA 'f-- I .3 Q Allan Lusk . ifiqwy Jimmy Meyers T,,. v ,L 4 ,, I 17 5: f 5, 611 if Q f s h' , Jim Lewis E K ki? ,M f" hi f p L L, fir V Ronnie Mack L A. Debby Mercer D .3 R Sem XM- Roger Lewis Robert Martin I 1 -Sgr A ssys Donnie Liedtke D on Mathew s J 5 A I 101' AA L , y,rs z , Z2 , if jf .Wx my ,, .L 4 f gf f . Ronnie Liedtke Q , if I 312 . x X. M J! Larry Mauldin ,f,,. ' , -- W?" y V ff' 'iiii ii M is f-f syrs i s f , 5 11 -,,. i 1 f X. Mn, M L f Donald Miller Cliff Mitchell Gary Mitchell if Lou Mitchell Patricia Molsbee It 1' Gerry Moore KB Q5 of Steve Mitchell Q W rp 'yy' EQW Daryl Moody -f ri M. W4 , 499 ' lm sf " :Zfwgm ' 5 gr' anaszlu af . Bluff' 2 l 5 V 'LR' '4 Er -9' " '3 ,Wm Af - 0 2323aw.s.,f 3525553 Scott Moore Frosb Enjo Biology f"N Tommy Leeper, Allison Kerr, and Randy Graham perform amajor operation on a clam. Q'-mu. ' M , ff? f Steve Moore Gerald Mosman K A 11 .3 imrffzfrarfiiili Cindy Noah Sandra Otto 'K Debra Morris 5 , I v q 1 A . iiii 2 si 32 Lyndy Ottm ers I ,- x I aw., .,,. . F EY 3 f 1 H J iff , ,,kk,- ,sim W" L fl s P so , is Q -P - Sharon Hooper displays a favorite Fresh- Susan Phillips Jim Pickle LCC Pierce man activity - sucking her thumb. Mike McCutchen ag, , Ronald Overho l ' ' i l Kathy Pirkey It Scotty Plumlee watches David Galubenski tickle a frog.' ' Gitchie- gitchie- goo! ' f . :Q v P . f Judy McGilvery M. L. MCGOw211'1 w P P N P2 , r rr A., .Q Vflfh L ' -1 . I N 5, P ,sm 'K " J' if 7 N f J '51:.W'Iw:'e:?'.i5??'i'?? 4 Harold Pack If 1: " -s 1 k R I X cw, 4 . Neal Plurnlee Patricia Paclik A Q fi Scotty Plumlee 'Qi K r REEF: 5, U Qs 22 " Q gi! + rim ' "' , 3 it Yagi til' ,241 5 5 i iff, , lrz - 'ji .ff h 1,53 6 " gig ,- - 1 Alvin Newberry Phelan Newberry , 'S , at Ei we 4- ' or P - 3 ki ,gf ix? David Patterson Rita pawless , ' A Janice Preimsberger Susan Price Allan Newton Q J -P-rw-A . . . 5 rv , if 'ag 5 2 5 Y Y S, 4 1 I 'W N X Bill P ,rbi CZISOH .ki K ,, .fu 2 Veron Price in tif Freshmen Show Enthusiasm at Frosb fb R a- f f as Mutt QPatty Lamby and JefffDenise Tredenickp Danetta Privett J, D, Ranton , ' 'f f r I ay Puckett sl' Marsha Reed i 4 Dolores Richardson Billy Richey I Don Robertson Mike Schneiderja sm fi he 5:1 It ' Johnny Russell 1 ' ,lx , R ' 1 i 3 A. - is n Bill Schultz ri' . . .-,, , it i f f W B . , . , Zigi. ' N ' A t ' , , Z ,,,,, AQ 1 V . V VL V i f it ,,Wt.,, , Q L,,s, L. R .. A - Debbie Shasteen Sharon Shasteen 'Tracie Meet I Linda Purcell L Rita Reese vs' y John Richroath George Saiken "Q I an f X -' ' 1: ' 'r K . . L Mg Q? , ., -AgffJx'ff5fa4 F 5 ff"v fiw, ,ee v , I N R, .A " df? hy V+ 63251 Roy Rains . X V 9 fir "' i A Z Q 5 f,4,y' I 5 xH i' 2l" "' Danny Reeves x fghfvk X Q ly k .3 'Vg 9 Roslyn Ridlehuber t R Q! Lora Saiken T .2 Carol Scivally Johnny Scott f , P' 5 eggglgl i:WfRy n I R ' Ronnie Shaw Dan Shea Y Y , Q " 1 , . Robyn Ramsey Cathy Richardson Y 2? Patti Rigler Alan Sandifer , z u, ,, 5 M . y, r fx if h . Buck Secrest Kathy Shinpoch Robyn Byars and Alvin Newberry stop to watch, My 1 t',. , if-32 S ,W ty "Man, you think your head hurts," exclaims Suzanne Walker "these rollers are killing me." '1 xi f rw .SV Danny Sicking f-Q ...W z ssis me 'F Rf' ' 3' if 1 get ,,,, - Q . Q5 Y e ,K Bobby Smith Linda Spires Denton Sills Roger Simons Jack Smith Mike Smith ooo, X , XX I lf' 1 ' Mike Skaggs , -53.- f . , gif r P YQ A :'75?"' Zinda Smith ,ist I .ik fu 'fm , ' 3155. Sue Spurgeon Bonita Stevens David Stice Frosb Enjoy Refreshments at World History Party ,. 'S Dennis Bingham demonstrates his amazing ability for telling jokes. - 3 " W : a'f'!S2: Yf'V it tssse A S fr .eot L. ., , io Mike Stockard Gary Tate Sue Tolleson K trina Stockwell ' 4' Debbie Taylor David Trail JoE11a Gibbs offers a "Coach Bogue is goi rsyy '5 if C3 Brenda Stone V, W X Alvin Thomas if 't 1-Ulla 2 'K A , Barbara Trammel . ' Y " r f g X 'U' W "' I,. : ser L xx , 3 . 1 ' L lHf'.17 QA Mike Sturm Mike Stroud 'Q 2 5 zl Q X 1 Billy Thomas Keith Thomas JUN pf' S Sandy Trammel Doffie Trammel ng away" cookie to George Sakin, S T , f y ,ws 'V-f4'3' ? s rslro if i if S Gary Sutton Vernon Sutton Bobby Szteiter Glen Thurman David Tiller Rick Timmrs if :nga Y- uf' 3, , .sf " It hw, n xv 5 I R S xa, 19 Craig Travelstead Greg Travelstead Denise Tredenick R , ,Ag 5 In Aff f x 1 2 ' ' ' A 2 ' Wh. -29,-. ii.1-I Raymond Truitt Ester Ward Vicki Wheat QV K, 5 X f, Julie Turbeville nr ,gnu 1.5 ' 'Q ii Milton Ward ,,g: l,h: K .Q ,gk ,il V- A eAf? A Oscar Turnhani Connie Vanlrioorebeck Mark Wacker Suzanne W alker ' . ai' flve .i " if ,Ki V N ,,k , is '.,o,, ":' ip I, ,K t ,, non y X r ' ,Wo, Wayne W ard David W ardell Larry W aren K elly W est ' fffw, K ,gi ,- ,. .i it rv: 5 sg ,vs W' it 6 kyfwy., "YQ, ,K Y I 4 Q X Ko 5 i Mary White Trip White Loretta Wicker Terry Willis Connie Wilggn ,,,.,,..www0v"""""""" ul!- QR- Leslie Wilson Lisa Wilson as 'fi 'B ff' t 5 5 x fi-If Hugh Wolfe Tommy Wolfe nil- ,To Ella Gibbs, Mr. the floor. Hurley saw you put that bubble gum on 4 ZF 1 : A, ' i iyjg, 1:-an ff A 4 ,K .Vh . ' I fi 7 K , 14 11.51 Vickie W orton Ray Wyatt Diana Winters 3 , L fe 1 5 Q 5 rlamih 1' - f fk,k A. I K i. 5 'Q .i , ' f- QV,-5: V William W oolsey K i.', . f,-W ':"' ,..: 3 ,,,. ,,,,, , 9 Judy Young In Memoriam Marcus Allen Finley , x Larry james Fowler Ads . lr, 'A 2j7f! "' """ "QR Q---Q. .5X5 X f' G 1 8. la 11. sy. Glenn Links HO 5-9541 SPORTING GOODS Retail and Wholesale, 109 S. Commerce Gainesville T 9006-2, R. D. Clack Peggy I --I .. li... Sue S lC.!"..F5ll'iQ1-511 TGGI1 331 Lindsay L' 'J Gainesville, Tex 414 E. California l-IO 5-2844 Thomas C. Schneider Humble Oil 8. Refining Co 525 Davis Street BOX 838 Gainesville i It pays to advertise i The Leopard Annual dnl' G-QQ J. CARROL L 4' E'U.NE.RAl. I1 O MT GEO. J. CARROL 8. SON Ambulance Service Gainesville, T exas 1204 E. California HO 5-4341 Eddie Dulock Point and Body Shop Vernie Keel MANHATTAN Funeral Home CLOTHIERS "The Store for Men and Young M ' "ff-'f'lFf'wf"ff 1 'A 5 S' v A ' 5, Q' '- ' -LD , T, ,,,,,,, . ,... , er-w.fa.,, AUTHORIZED DUPONT REEINISHING STATION 103 W. California I-IO 5 3972 Phone HO 5-2412 801 East Main NEWLAND FURNITURE COMPANY "Everything for the home" 201 North Dixon HO 5-2461 Gainesville, Texas It pays to adverti TH LEOPARD ANNUAL CURTWOOD MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Gainesville Gainesville FOR fi Efaymx THE f 1 r1RESTu 7 jf or 1 f YOUR LIFE UNITED 8. HOLLAND MATTRESS CO. 324 N. Commerce Gainesville, Texas B. J. Jeter Owner 1-IO 5-3882 MFUUUMART '-'The home of extra good meats" 211 E. California 1-IO 5-2031 741 North Grand HO 5-2971 Hudgins Jack Howard Sewing Circle Insurance 309 E. California I-IO 5-2542 Security Service Savings Gainesville, Texas 305 E. California I-IO 5-4711 HY"-Damn Shop Home Made Do-nuts at Their Best Special Rates for Parties, Clubs, and Churches Several Varieties of Do-nuts, Rolls, and Fried Pies 1212 N. Grand HO 5-9029 Gainesville, Texas Mercers Finca Service Station East Highway 82 HO 5-9048 DILLY DIP DRIVE IN 501 W. California HO 5-9089 D I i. U I P SPORT'S MEN'S WEAR The Name That Stands For National Brands. 104 South Dixon HO 5-2061 Strong's Welding Service Fully Insured Oil Field Service East Highway 82 HO 8-8161 Paul Buck Lumber Company Personality Homes Fast Highway 82 HO 5-5802 WATTS BRCTHERS AIIison's TEXQCD PHARMACY Texaco 1118 E. California HO 5-9017 FRIENDLY SERVICE Next Door to Eirst State Bank Parker Electric Contracting Supplies HO 5-4335 "You call us--We'1lwire you" Gainesville 1l2 S. Rusk HO 5-2721 anion Tom Thumb C Manufacturing Co. l We give S811-1 Green Stamps In . Double Stamps on Wednesday C MANUFACTURER OE JEANNE DRESSES 1110 East California - h 214 Main Gainesville I Hatcher s Gainesville, Texas 203 E. California HO 5-6351 Coin-Op Laundry and Dry Cleaning Owners--Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hatcher 113 S. Morris HO 5-9168 TEMPLE PHARMACY Prescriptions Druggist i Free Delivery Masonic Building I-IO 5-2851 Gainesville ' F "' . . ,. ,,,-.,.. WAPLES-PAINTER Lumber and Building Materials Wallpaper-Paint-Hardware 301 W. California I-IO 5-4172 It Pays to Advertise in The Leopard Annual 207 North Dixon HO 5-5505 FARRAR'S SHOE STORE Good Shoes Correctly Fitted 107 West California HO 5-5861 ....,-..1,--,..-- ...f -.., Msg:-A-3 w ,, M' "' 52251-is ,,,, f , GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK "Money Is Our Business, Your Satisfaction Is Our Pleasure' 101 West California HO 5-3441 Y I "'- Sanders Jewelry Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry Watch and Jewelry R epair Jewelry and Ring Engraving Lone Star Cleaners Dale and Sue Stone HW ll e aim to please. West Side of Court House 107 South Commerce I-IO 5-2242 l-IO 5-2l5l Gainesville OH's Furniture South Side of the Courthouse Square HO 5-6816 ew. v. 24-lllllll' WBQUIGI' KERAJV x A .ass K Dann -reelr X1 'WW Wichita has 651, Ardmore 752- if Q KRLD-TV-P 4 'fi lll ll' , "a"aS-""' """"' A Da"aS-fm Wolf" V-:-::.:1:::r:sg:g5: .r.-. a, WBRP-TV"P"1t 5 R 0 1- KTE55--TV .J DIUHS-F011 WW' Ada 2' .-.,. .r,.. . ' Wichita Falls A R Oklahoma City To be announced WFM-TV Dallas - Fon Worth S552,1513:12Efff5:555E5555fEf55:5E53Yw :A Eg3:51:1:5:15:S3::f:1:5:5:5:1::f:::::5:sQx 'X -.'I'. . of Gainesville, Inc. 201 S. Lindsay o Telephone H05-3241 ' ' 5 A " GR CEFEE' iii' TYLER SIMPSON WHOLESALE GROCERIES Principal Office: Branch Houses: Gainesville, T ex. Norman, Oklahoma Ardmore, Oklahoma Farmer's Feed Store Bulk Service - Custom Grinding and Mixing Ranton's Pharmacy Across Street from State Theater Ho 5-5702 301 s. chestnut 115 East California Ho 5-5521 O , I Linda-Jo s fb 4 FASHIONETTE BEAUTY SALON DOROTHY MITCHELL 303 S. Chestnut 420 W. Garnett HO 5-5551 HO 5-9402 Gainesville, Texas Th F h, Sh Hesperian lon o e as p Building cmd Savings Ladies' Ready to Wear Real Estate Loans and Savings Accounts 133 East California 1-IO 5-5771 111 East California HQ 5-3436 .fa fpsfifs 56011125 Duke and Ayres 'Gifts for all ages, for a11 occasions." The Variety Store 107 East California 1-IO 8 - 817 1 Downtown Caine sville ' ' iff -Mwlzmzlw iffi , I f 115' v:,mf!'i iw- we- , iifiififiba' 114 Main Street Phone HO 5-4981 Mademoiselle Stephenson Tire 81 Fashions Battery Co. The Store of Distincti "Let George Do It" ner of Dixon and Elm HO 5-5251 ZOO N. Commerce I-IO 5-4112 1 Baptist Life Insurance 113 North Dixon I-IO 5-5361 Home Office I-IO 5-3447 QP-Pt CON X 7 A If Q PM HWY KIIOYIATT You Electric Samui TEXAS POWER 8z. LIGHT COMPANY An inve t owned tax paying utility 109 S. Rusk HO 5-4371 HOWARD W. KALER OIL 106 E t Elm Commerce Street G an I Store I-I me of Genuine L Sears, Roebuck d and Company Just B t R.W. "Pet B 315 East California Roy Davis Barber Leo E. Swick, Jr. Shop Geologist It p ys to look your b t 411 East Californ' 109 N C mrnerce HO 5 5331 f"""'D ARNICO NATIONAL SUPPLY DIVISION Jimmy Lehnertz Fred 81 Ralph Snuggs Stop at the sign of the G u OIL PRODUCERS Orange Disc ? Gainesville, Texas 508 Jefferson HO 5-4562 For Good Concrete CALL Gary-Nees Boyd Ware Lumber Company At Gainesville 8: Whitesboro 517 E. Broadway Texas HO 5-5536 HO 5-2858 564-3710 FRANK DUSTIN OFFICE SCHOOL BANK SUPPLY 110 N. Dixon P. O. Box 517 Gainesville, Texas 76240 Qhmmwgwmmmgjxm aa t , The Falr Store Mlr mwmap Complete Abstract and Title Insurance to All Lands and Lots in Cooke County E.L. Moseley, Mgr. Ho 5-3942 lkwiamwmiilvigmme 2l5 N. Commerce "Clothes for the Whole Family' Street Pharmacy THE 1 coca!! sions 109 West California HO 5-2873 Temple Barber Shop "See Us For Your Barber Needs" Robert Voth Bennie Milburn G. C. Weatherly W Af F I R 5 E 5TAT BANK, 4 , , M ' 1 6 . all In mms' Member of F. D. I. C. "We Have Grown Because We Have Helped Others To Gro We Welcome The Opportunity To Serve You Faye's Greenwood Flowers 8. Gifts Welding Supply Home of Permanent Flowers 731 E. California 305 Grand viiiage HO 5-2 864 HO 5-4189 Gainesville, Texas East Side Cleaners Bob Smith Insurance BILL BLANTON "The Best lnsura c 33 E. California At A Savings" Phone I-IO 5-2424 Gainesville, Texas 76240 303 Grand Village I-IO 5-3541 was CABELL'S FINER DAIRY FOOD JOHN R. MORGAN OIL WELL SERVICING COMPANY P. O. Box 894 E . Highway 82 Gainesville, T exas I-IO 5-9807 I-IO 5-6353 Watts Prescription Shop Drive In Window Service "Prescription is our middle name' Jerry Shohon's NEW AND USED CARS 115 North Weaver I Gainesville, Texas Home Ph. Business 302 N. Grand I-IO 5-3438 I-IO 8-8324 I-IO 5-2181 Grand Sweet Shop Johnson Motor Co. "SPI-IICIALIZING IN" Wedding Cakes Birthday Cakes New and Used Cars Part Cak y es Bread - Rolls Pastry - Cookies Sweet Rolls Jewell 406 N. Agee, Owner Grand I-IO 5-4871 David Johnson, Owner 300 N. Interstate 35 HO 5-3462 .if The Fabric House 1610 E. California HO 5-6811 Gainesville Daily Register Your Favorite Newspaper with All the News Now in its 78th year Publishing 306 E. California I-IO 5-5511 Brown Motor Kinne's Jewelers S' 1899 Company me COLLEGE JEWELRY Pontiac Buick 214 E. California HO 5-5591 210 E. California HO 5-3931 H. M. Powell, Agency Insurance Chuck Williams, Mgr. I-IO 5-5812 206 E. California St. Gainesville, Texas Miller's Cleaners 329 N. Commerce HO 5-3201 Pr Of G S S 1 O Hal AUGHTRY'S FLOWERS 802 SOUTH CLEMENTS GAINESVILLE, TEXAS HO 5-2878 CLYDE BCHLS U Furniture and Appliances 1000 East California HO 5-2871 Kaclen's Florist H. L. Massey Insurance Agency Since 1884 General Insuranc 1938 Rice Ave. h Gainesville 1-IO 5-4354 812 East California I-IO 5-4216 WESTINGHOUSE RESIDENCE COMMERCIAL Lloyd's Heating ancl Cooling Discount Fabric Shop Quality Fabrics at Discount Prices HO 5-4451 706 East Ca1ifornia 314 East California HO '8-8201 Gainesville sure FARM Jack The Dress Sl'lOppe GJD Mary Ellen Keel S-Z7 0 Merrick - "Your friendly store since 1934" INSURANCEQ Ho 5-4281 109 North Dixon 702 East California 1-IO 5-2391 WOODRU FF PHARMACY "Nothing But The Finest" Next to the Post Office HO 5-2 876 1 P WEL ING W. B. Ballew Machine Shop East Highway 82 Live a little Dairy Queen Drive In One of Life's little pleasures "We Specialize in Ice Cream and Fine Harnburgersu 323 North Grand I-IO 5-3871 R. C. Timmis Insurance Agency Gainesville, T exas 3 Ol Lindsay BROWNING JEWELERS P. O. Box 550 HQ 5-4722 Serving Gainesville and Cooke County May 8. Son's Construction Since 1926 Co., Inc Oil Field Construction - Water Floods Tubing Crews - Lease Maintenance Roustabout Service Ditching Service Gainesville, Texas HO 5-6275 201 East California HO 5-2.262 The Sewing Center "Center of Fashion Eabricsu 111 East California HQ 5-3371 Masonic Temple Building Murra T and L Y Auto and C cles Shoes Y Honda and Harley Davidson 202 North Dixon Sales and Service 402 Highway 35 HO 5-6521 Carnaby" by Miss America ' MAYS OIL COMPANY Fino Products Stop at the Sign of Phlosh West Highway 82 Gainesville HO 5-6143 fiii' if Hamburgers, Shakes, and Malts Bag and Wag Serv W. W. Howeth Co. Abstracts of Title Gainesville, Te Jack Don Edison Pork Kut 8. Kurl We bag 'ei'n, you Wag 'ern HO 5-6666 Corner Broadway 8: Hillside l 718 N. Grand Avenue I-IO 5-9097 CORINNA CCZORT Barnes Bro. Well Service Cable Tools - Reverse Circulating Units f--WQZSTI3 And Pulling Units - Power Tongs Office Phone 5-9811 P. 0. Box 632 ' T Gainesville, Texas K N t F--' A i, . . 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