Gainesville High School - Leopard Yearbook (Gainesville, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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I 1'5" Y 5 i- ' ' X '- I ' . fjl " 513' ,L ' J ' V, H is 5 al ' f V V 11,Wsw4-4? 1' ' ,cg qw E QQ i 1 2.9! 1 " 'NW E ul -'X E if m. 5 5 QE " ' ti L 5 aw ,K g f W 'ig " 'V F1 ax -ffr ,, 11" ' WM. "W1'wf,1w'1l1L-v,' .W 1 ,,,, ' M15-, 1I"3i:4X11sW'i1'11"-,gx3Gsaw,, 7 WJ" : f 4f " ,Y Y V fu-Ea., K X kk A IDIQIDE L ,Liana-65 np it I I u I 1 Ji W Www an Q W fa, Q O fr' ufl , x . it wah D - '. QR, Hi x v ffm' X ,J 5 Eg , 3 F - M ' KW-1 . 2 qi? . .s if af 'Q I ' A 424, , R M, ,A k Q sv Y fr , Q xchrmwww , MX, W1 5 5 T Electa Taylor was born and raised in the Gainesville area. She at- tended Cooke County Col- lege where she earned her Associate of Arts Degree. Later Ms. Taylor attended North Texas State Univer- sity where she received her B.S. in Education and her M.S. in Guidance and Psychology. She has been a member of the School Board for 2 terms and is the first woman to serve in 20 years. Frank Morris was born in Gainesville in 1947. In 1968 he left to attend North Texas State Univer- sity. From this institution he received his BBA degree in 1971. He moved back to Gainesville in 1973 to take up a career in banking. Mr. Morris en- joys most outdoor ac- tivities and has served two years on the school board. l Nathan Cook is Minister of Music at the First Baptist Church and is in his eighth year. He is a graduate of Baylor University with a Bachelor of Music Educa- tion and has a Master of Church Music from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a native Georgian, mar- ried and the father of three children. Mr. Cook is cur- rently president of the Singing Men of North Texas. This is his first year on the School Board. Kenneth English has resided in Gainesville for the past 7 years. He en- joys hunting and fishing. Mr. English attended Southwest Texas State University in San Marcus, Texas where he received his Bachelor of Science degree. Later, he did graduate work at Texas A8tl and ETSU. Mr. English is currently an instructor at Cooke County College and in his first term on the School Board. Gene Cummins has serv- ed on the School Board for 8 years. He is currently secretary of the board. Mr. Cummins is a Gainesville native and en- joys hunting and fishing. He is a graduate of Baylor University and is presently employed in sales. Ed Bianchi and his family have resided in Gainesville for 15 years. Mr. Bianchi is presently Director of Com- munity Relations for Weber Aircraft. He graduated in 1961 from Loyola University of Los Angeles and has served on the School Board since 1979. ln his "spare time" Mr. Bianchi engages in beekeeping. He is presently the Vice- President of the School Board. Pete Horn Jr. has lived in Gainesville for 43 years. He is married and has two daughters, Debbie and Pam. Mr. Horn is a li- censed mortician and graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science. He and his wife presently own and operate Aughtry-Horn Flowers. Mr. Horn has served as president of the board for the past two years. He en- joys motorcycle riding and snow skiing. V, ? . . , . , are Q 5 K'AA - .. f f 2 J ,, .. 12 ,.v,.,. ,Q 3, X M .. 1 ,Nea ' . , . ,pw '13 f , EMM, we if T1 -fy, 'sr . win 45, F 'HQ If im f h ' 1332 5515: QE Ss? mf' 4 A VT 2, .1 11 -2- . XJ .J ,. , - w . fbi V9 :'fIf E2:i"m: . as fm f E, E MEM Q ' Wifi? 6, my 5 Q ,,j'51,,MQ'e A M3 Y., M1 ' , ., W . fr Q 4 2? . ps: fam' - 5 X Si rsfqggwss Q 5 M :15L. I me V. , ...er ggfffi l 2 47 ' i x r 4 1 a r 9 . 1 1 A rm. ,fv - :Sf wi' 52:1 1- 4... k , 1 .5 , if in ,. f f 7: Q' - ,SWSSJQSLH PEZ f'?:.v h af, 1 2932? -5 '45 ' if ' A.. t V L I i f I I 2' sw S, if A fi, 1 ff if is 5 Q3 ..,x. 'A rf . r if , W 11,4 -def i 5 5' E 3455 5' 1 P .M 5 James V.fCampbeII, Assistant. Superintendent for Curriculum rl i 1. , 5 ' ' !fEt'k,i'i r 4 f42Q,1'A,, mf :' . QSM QSM .,,, if ' ' ' 'PW' 1 SSW ' F :- ,sii 1,1 , A K . 3 Ray E. Die Principal 4 x A f u x v X i X , , V v v v Q r J ,X K L, .lk . vu in '1 I 'MQ YTH ! 9 R lf IF Shirley Ailey Naomi Austin VAC HECE Pat Benton Carol Brown World History, Civics, Sports English lV, Civics S 5 5 f 'iobin Byars Louis Carter 'forld History, American Art I, ll, lll lylistory, Sports IT .ff A I 54' 1 rx N v- l - ,-. 1 David Bassore Physical Science, P.E. I K -fa fffcfi 125' D Kermit Brown Distributive Ed. Caroline Cunningham English Ill 1 , f X .J X Guy Beasley f-f HCS-SC U f.p1,A Trig., Comp. Math, Advanced Math, Geometry Sandra Burrow Flag Corps Sponsor, English I, ll 2 . it xg ,S- , S so is Earl Deaver Linda Draper . Margaret Enderby Margaret Galubenski Building Trades Shorthand, Acct. Business Spanish I, ll, English ll Cosmetology Math Aa Y Juanita Hardy Sue Ann Hays Chemistry, Physics, Biology Rel. Math, World History, American History Mr. Smith says, "Moving right along." Allene Hurley Linda James Pauline Jordan Thelma Kimberly English I Biology, Physical Science Basketball, Tennis, P.E. Biology, Physical Science 18 Velva Koebelen Homemaking I, ll Charles Lynchf V? C- l,-'Cf' Band, Music Theory Daryl Moody Metal Shop Vernon Lane Mfx'i,'C. L3 CVAE i Qzii lili U Y' X 'Sf ti Janice Lillard Pat Lofiin Drill Team, English ll, Ill VOE ei. li? X Horace McCain Dwayne McMeans Bill Miller Woodshop Health, P.E. Biology tl' M ,ff S Q, If ji R' P f 15i'fi!',!f Clyde Moore l.C.T. Mimi Otis Tommy Parker Reading, Cheerleading Auto Mechanics Dean Patterson Algebra l, Algebra Il Joybell Schalk Drill Team, Algebra I We x Pg Gordon Smith English IV, French 20 . , l W .. Ruth Pearcy Kenny Phelps Sue Reid American History Distributive Education Speech and Drama IIAZM Linda Smedley fn cl V L1 D Homemaking " Mrs. Hurley lectures Lisa Young on the practice of bringing your book to class. Wanda Thompson Tom Trietsch Mary Townsley Typing I, Il Mechanical Drawing and Librarian Annual Staff Robert Uselton Eddie Vowell Vocational Agriculture Civics and Sports Jim Watkins World History Sports YG' Glen Wilson Clyde Yeatts Choir, Theory Geometry, Related Math I, ll and Algebra I Ralph Maglaughlin Mike Martin Vocational Director Vocational Counselor JenAnn Allen Nurse Health and Sports June McCain Counselor I Mike Williamson Wllff U Robert James Athletic Director Glenda Spears Aide 521 SECIQETAIQIES ' :tile iii, if :J pg . W ,Weak 1 v fgf X ,vw-.4 ,f""""' Administrative secretaries are, Seated: Cathy Hammer, Ann Krebs, Bobbie Surratt, and Debbie Burgess. Golda Pirkey has been at Gainesville High ten years. She serves as attendance clerk and her pride and joy are her two grandsons. Anna Jo Selby has been at Gainesville High School for nine years. She is Mr. Die's secretary, and in her spare time she likes to cook and latch-hook. and Mary Williamson. Back Row: Rita McCord, Carol Louis Fry has been with Gainesville High for three years. She is married and has a family. Her favorite hobby is reading, and her duties here are general secretarial work. CDDKS, CUSTDDIANS AN MATIQD 'MKS u stss 2 gg .. I ff if X QL-Rl: Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. King, Mrs. Dooley, Mrs. 'f i' - Brackeen, Mrs. Larison. h MJ..-,. lL-Rl: Mr. Self, Mr. Baker, Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. Nolan, Mr. Holman, Mr. Above: Matron - Mrs. Holman. Norris, Mr. Insel. Middle Lett: Mrs. King wraps hamburgers. Lunchroom Manager: Mrs. Sutton . WWW ty.s. ll f-.QQ X Xxx S23 gr .i 7 Q' in X , Q K ,Mlm-f f V 3 53 2:22. 'Yi g gi Q- 2' - ms at 'fi'-"A.,, - wi f Ars ra H "uf Lf ' 'Bti' N' 'N f., "x... Q . f A fm mwxag X3 V Q 5 3 Af , if A ,f Wink? , .--,-A---- I 1 . i SENIDIQ C is Standing: Jana Shauf -Reporter 'ff ' John BlumI- Pagiiarnantarian if S 1 ,iw Seated: Shannon DeViIliers -. f Znv it " , i Vice-President 'S ,ni i nf- S2 , V n Randy Head - President 'W" 1 Donna Doty - Treasurgr . W ' Kim Phillips - Seqriitary ' I '19 ,JVIIST I in :K J? , '-'V f , ' - sm' 1"5Z5iii?:'v.r '...f1-fx . lx mf -if ,V . V . ,, fi-rw ez- QQ., .wzdiiil fff-- i - N awp, .M :,,,,M: , ,, f ' " I S 3' Q ' N,t.. . - 1 , . K - 'Hf't1:i' 3:f' Wliifika, ' ,ufim ' -'Ml " V- w - M: ,kv 1 Ai ' . . 4 ,J-"M - Xu' i , , r , 'WA ' "-Fw:f',wiw1v,:..12'2 l ff . V, H 2....,. ,,,,. , M , XCR! V I3f fy . ap'- STAIQIQI . . . Davld Alexander Pam Autry Chrls Baldwm Johnny Barnett Tammy Berres Paul Blanch: John Bluml Mlchael Boase Kandy Bomar Behnda Brumley Jerry Bruton Denna Buck O O O ,Q it mf V,J,,, 4 A I X -'i' XM -f 'lrv a rr., an K Vlckle Burch Klm Burchfleld M? Nm James Cason Melissa Chaney 4-its Al Deneen Clark Stacle Clement Sydney Court Davld Cullum Cheryl Canaday Richard Carlock Kyle Walker salutes the Prepples with his own style of monogram clothing Mnke Davenport Fladonna Davls ia W.Z N Kg? ' l' Q as rl' C l ' ?' in , . Shannon Devnlluers Tommy Dhane In all her wlld fantasies, Christy Lewis never dreamed she'd get to play the Lone Ranger Randy Duncan Rose Dunlap ff' Johnny Dull Klm Dlshman Bobby Dobbs Donna Doty Bernadette Lee Ann Doyle Dudenhoeffer Karen Dutton Kyle Early .3 29 DD Q. r . ' Dt f frh rd , D eh,, r M A ttir 1 D rye H' V lr e t D i t rrrf W A y rtrrr tttt y t r flag? ' VV D A 3 ' See no evil. Hear no evil. Speak no evil. lKen Steubing Marti Trim- . . ble and Tana Glenn, Sissy Easley Frankie Enderby may Mike Estes Ernest Evans David Faltermier May Farmer Jeff Farr Justine Farr Keith Fisher Tom Fluker 4 f Ry e, in si sw Q 'YS V' y 5 x W L3 Q fi with! lil .. 'K l l KR . AX A n f f f ,f v 4 l Lori Ford Mark Frochen Eddie Fuller 30 I yfill .- .,,' fi -10:1 f Darla Gee Byron Gllbreath fib- Lavonma Gull Marsha Gllllhan Stephanle Goodm Tana Grlfflth Angle Hall Randell Hall The Captain and hrs Crew lJeff Kuykendall Brad Newman Tum Jarvls Randy Duncan and Bully Lledtkel Tana Glenn Darm Goode Gmny Grounds Roy Gum Q Jlmmy Harlan Sheryl Hassett 31 W hlllllll Y ff or ll . - , KIVQ my kr rlll no 5 ., lll,l or 5 f he fn ff 4" 5 i f P fir? S 4 K ' ' Q of l o 2 Randy Head 1:5934 Doug Herr Jesse Hull Wllllam Horton 'K JP : 'E cn I cn 3 cn '4 iw? Johnny Hendren yew w in 'lisa X 9 Michelle Marlon says OK photographer get that 'Ji '7 camera awaylll T J Houghton Bully Hughes Carmen Hendricks 1 MK Jeff Herrington 'Q 1, Q. Nw 2 at Keuth Hoedebeck Jodl Hutchinson . 3, 'i ivfrm- ,N . as-- .5 ,E--ffflk A -Y " W 1 .. r : ,.., . - - fl- ,Q ,,,, ,gi 'j-'J , ' he ' f 4"N Q, W f 4 "Qu ,z 4 ,dy ,, WJ: ve f- -155, if af'.f.:,5 . . 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I 4 1 ' kv , I XNMD W .- Trae Idom l Donna Johnson , ,Y Rhonda Kirk Preston Klutts Cindy Ing Tim Jarvis Bryan Johnson Rose Dunlap knows her heart belongs io TCU. if X I Pat Krahl Shawna Krahl ffm Dorenda Kirby Kevin Kite Larry Krause Q fi, 0 fwsikfif 'virfgf hifi' swf Kyle Kuhn Jeffrey Kuykendall Joey Lancaster Debbie Laughlin Eddle Lee Shelley Leonard .asvwl Roy Gum plans to glve an extra cheer for the Leopards and Seniors at a Frlday pep rally Christy Lewls Shawna Lewis ww M Wfrafw Bully Lnedtke Mlchael Llle y Kyle Llano Jerry Lohbauer ' W Z- ,. , AV-- .Z , migfg ' gf! l 'rctal V"L L g pl if 5,16 , 4 b , V l ak K l l l l l ' l 1 1 l W srrslle , 'V W5 4 'l'l 5' 'fcif f Mk K ! 1'-22 ef Z 4 94' I ' "'lf K f frm fy Natl 2 , .3 5 , , if . lf , l ' , 'N , 1 5 ' T ii N M "l, , 4 . , "V ,hff H fr wi: L H' f' ww" ' MU' 31 1 34 Robert Lowry Mrke Luster Doug Lynch Rachel McCoy '1Q'N'V9e Kennl McKee Donna McLerran Jeff McMahon Tom McMlllan Vincent Kelth Manuel Wilbur Manuel Michelle Marlon Don Marshall Ff Bobby Snlder funds the cheerleaders on the sidelines more In terestlng than the basketball game 35 if 'wr f b Morrus Martm Davrd Matthews Ty Massey Joanna Morrrs Q 3909542 X E 5 'T- xi-u Debble Laughlm just remembers she forgot to brmg her colorbook and crayons to class QW Gerald O Bryan Nett Ott ,JP 'Y Hmm? Sherry Links Myers Brad Newman Kerth Otto Melmda Otwell V L- Q ' ' r i ' 5 , r" L 1 5, f ff .. tr., l L fi' . 2 o tshn ., S r..o,,, 5 , ttf - Terr: Mur hree Robert Murra l ttt t ' M r V. t A 1 4.r ' K kiirrr .V - rrrttftt or ' , . M " L' Q L K I K - Q Lkyy kr L . L ,, 'Q V V HI A I ' K' 1 . Jz' -, N g M. 3 R r y 36 Philip Overstreet Mike Perkins l Kim Phillips Vincent Overstreet - W9 Gayna Perry Rebecca Prestage Clay Pace Dawn Parsons Carmen and Sharon say, "We don't care what Article ll, Section 3 says!!" Eddie Pybas Jimmy Raney John Reidy Yvette Richardson 37 Mary Jo Rlddle Galla Rltchle Holly Roberson Patty Rodgers We fl M ff 'V'-M 944551 Tammy Rogers Dawn Southerland signs her own annual To a really sweet gurl Allison Schaff ,ffwwqQ Llnda Schmrdlkofer Brent Scott Jerry Serna Jana Shauf E ti Carl Slckmg Llzzle Simmons Debbne Smlth Dennls Smlth , :SUV E AZILLL A Y V :Zl 1 " -lw gwf' M... 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Rhonda Whlttlngton QXIWE 4 yy F951 QQ F What perfectuon and skull an volleyball technlquesl' lDoug Herr and Michael Lrlel Jerry Wnhs Blane Wllson Jeff Wlnters Davld Wofford stwa Manual labor seems to bring out the beast ln "Bug Al" Schaff and Kendall Yancey -I-racy Snodgrass Tuna Wlest T SW it Donny Wilson Sharon Woolsey Even after four years at GHS Brent Scott stall gets lost on the first day KN If , l -ef' C' - 1' 'VMS W 'S - -3 -.L ,, an VW . f ltt A ll ' sf H-I1 1 t N-. sg ."- 'Y fl - - f , Q '1 L64 " QQ : L ' - ' eff' . -' 5 if We l , 5 a if . .f , it P K. V. V4 I zgzq XZEE K :ll l Q ..:, t . , V 3 3 5 K f ,X X I X ' ? f f""" ' pr' ' f fy I - K he 41 Q I Denna Buck s .. si f K i i as 1- RF A . , . w gf . vi sf-' - "Jil: . f . .. X L iv ..s1.-v Y Q xx .v if S Bobby Dobbs Kirk Mamas don't I et y o u r babies grow up to be Cowboys!! Kristi Sowder y,,, fr b a r LAN , L nf. .. W1-" he av- QV fs! Sydney Court THE 1' WA Qig,.3,1 Ni.. O C O ww? , . Nw ., - -f i el k- ' fl 1 Q. 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Not Pictured Dennis Arnett VJ Bhakta Johnny Burkhart Frank Cason Paula Cheek Lisa Crisp Gene Dutton Carla Edwards Lisa Hall Susan Kindle Shelly Leon Bobby McBath Jodi Sadlowski Johnny Shotwell 53 wMM..f..,f.,. ,,,. 1 'Z '- Q ' 'Q- f-illum-M I 'vig Jw il ' 2 'W 2 .Spencer is still waiting for Breck to grow up. . Mrs. Townsely watches on as Lydia picks her prize out. . John Jones smiles happily as he reads the newspaper. . Avery Flowers is such big joker. . Dizzy-blonde, Sheryl Wall - smilling again. W , my is .... I W A. 1. Shirley Turner smiles attenlively as she looks at her annual. 2. Brooke Stegall prepares a sign for the football game. 3. Michelle Richardson works hard to finish her math. 4. Everyone else works hard in chemistry while John Land goofs off. 5. Carey Neal and Jerry Schumacher take time from the foot- ball game to smile for the camera. N X -X421 Featurin ... l ff g .5 as Q . . S0lJh0l110l'BS! V ff' f i ,E l H E 35 EVE, ' s we! 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During an assembly, Paul makes a announcement. .. .a H is l WWF E Vx x Paul and Robert Kelley work on a Student Council project, painting barrels for the campus. Paul encourages Blane Wilson during the District title game. A fb ,Xi sf-JWQH' Jnwtz A f ' ' ,mx '5 - ffg J ,Qi i ggg . - ,:, w M-11 '1 -1- ' Q45 :E , 4' 11 ' ww :12w3ig5?sfg,3c,PQg46A1fYMQWF? iw I I ,:,,,, , N H ,, U MQ iz ,N E, 5 W , MW' , . 7: 75111 1 L , V ,f Www Q -iii? W W UNIUIQ NAT UNA HUND SUCIEI3' The Junior National Honor Society held its reception on May 17, 1982. The reception is for the new freshmen members to meet the sophomore members. Parents are also invited. The freshman members lcenter right, L-Fil are Stephen Goodin, David Culwell, Kristen Fry, and Byron Yeatts. Sophomore members fupper rightl are ffront L-Rl, Kelley Costin, Terri Hig- gins, and Robin Gilbreath. Second row, QL-Rl are Linda Cartwright, Carmen Schmitz, Kelly McMahon, Sherri Rains, and Leigh Anne Bur- row. Third row CL-Rl are Susan Earle, Kelly Clayton, John Mulkey, Harlan Horton, and San- dy Curtis. The officers are ibottom rightl presi- dent - Harlan Horton, Vice-president - Stephen Goodin, secretary - Kelly McMahon, treasurer - Kelley Costin, and reporter - Kel- ly Clayton. To qualify for membership each individual must be of good character and have an academic grade of 93 or better. Mrs. Joybell Schalk and Mrs. Janice Lillard sponsor the group. 'W 96 'Xl NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY -T I Vs Lf O :ik SENID NATIDNA I-IUNDD SDC E17 The Senior National Honor Society held its in- duction ceremony on March 23, 1982. ln- ductees included one senior and nine juniors. Senior members lpictured upper leftl include, Ken Steubing, Tracy Snodgrass, Tom Fluker, Frankie Enderby, Jeff McMahon, Paul Bianchi, Shannon Devilliers, Ernest Evans, Stacie Staf- ford, Phillip Stockwell, Kandy Bomar, Carl Sick- ing, Jerry Bruton, and Kim Burchfield. Junior members ipictured bottom rightl are: Joe Evans, Martha Dennison, Darren Taylor, Jackie Kaiser, Scott Stanley, Brooke Stegall, Penny Stafford, Cody Doty, and Mike Johnson. Of- ficers ipictured middle leftl ir1Clude, Ernest Evans - president, Ken Steubing - reporterg Cody Doty - vice-president, Stacie Stafford - secretaryg and Kandy Bomar - treasurer. The Senior National Honor Society sponsors are Mrs. Juanita Hardy and Mrs. Caroline Cunningham. 97 AWAIQDS ASSEMIBL SOROPTIMIST GIRLS OF THE MONTH Kim Phillips, Shelley Taylor, Angie Heffley, Debbie Laughlin, Bernadette Dudenhoeffer, Tracy Snodgrass, Donna Doty, Carmen Hendricks, Stacie Clement BETA SIGMA PHI SCHOLARSHIP Marti Trimble VOICE OF DEMOCRACY, PERSUASIVE Penny Stafford PROSE Yvette Richardson and Sheryl Hasset OUTSTANDING SPEECH AWARD Barbie Williamson U.I.L. ALL STAR CAST Julie Nichols, Marti Trimble, Sheryl Hasset, Yvette Richardson and Penny Stafford HONORABLE MENTION TO ALL STAR CAST Michael Sidener "NIGHT OF ONE ACTS" ALL STAR CAST Sandy Snider, Pepper Barnhart, Erin Clower, Penny Stafford, Julie Nichols, Marti Trimble, Michael Sidener and Sheryl Hasset BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS IN "NIGHT OF ONE ACTS" Kevin Kite and Yvette Richardson OUTSTANDING HOMEMAKING STUDENTS Sheila Elder, Kathy Murray and Julie Blake CHEERLEADERS Angie Heffley, Kim Phillips, Tracy Snodgrass, Shari Nichols, Brooke Stegall, Pepper Barnhart, Tricia Starr, Andrea Draper, Toni Bowen, Suzen Crenshaw, Shona Grotte, Donna Reiter, Natalie Hutchins, Kim Houghton, Paula Head, Rachel Dunlap, Kris Costin and Teresa Cannon CHEERLEADER MANAGERS Ginny Grounds and Tana Glenn LINE GIRL OF THE YEAR Bernadette Dudenhoeffer DRILLTEAM AWARD Stacie Clement KICKERS CLUB Stacie Clement, Kelly McMahon, Kay Lloyd, Pam Kincy, Kim Simpson, Rose Dunlap, Rosanne Dudenhoef- fer, Kathy Friedrich, Lydia Royal and Tya Fuller 2 ' Y' 1 , - ' 'E V 4, 5 R ii i kr,,f , N, I gf, ,gi ! rl- . 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'f M 2 I' I 1 lg s 'U' as I VALEDICTORIAN Carl Sicking SALUTATORIAN Tracy Snodgrass 5 r RI I X Y Y' Yu ,S Y N I S NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PRESIDENT'S GAVEL Ernest Evans LETTER OF COMMENDATION FROM NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLAR- SHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE ON THE PRELIMINARY SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST Carl Sicking STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Paul Bianchi MATH ASSOCIATION AWARD Penny Stafford WALMART FOUNDATION AWARDS Third, Shannon DeVilliers - Second, Carl Sicking - First, Tracy Snodgrass PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dale Baldwin HEALTH AWARD Jana Shauf WOODSHOP AWARD Keith Otto MECHANICAL DRAWING AWARD Eddie Fuller F.T.A. GIFT OF APPRECIATION Mike Boase DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION LAB CERTIFICATES Debra Lohbauer and Deanna Tucker DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CERTIFICATES Tammy Berres, Chris Neu, Laura Steindam and Steve Westbrook C.V.A.E. CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION Chris Baldwin and Vincent Manuel COMPUTER MATH PROGRAM AWARDS Carl Sicking, Tom Fluker, Phillip Stockwell and Frankie Enderby CITIZEN OF THE YEAR Keith Hoedebeck My I lv I I, '. 'I I ii III I It 'II ff , N t QV, S V V1 I 1 ' ' Iri , M - 1 .. - 'E mfg, QS? 1 , if If' ig sf ' sw j " AF : - I 41 L I - . , af, f,, V, 1' A I s Sz 5 ? fi :F -5 'E p Eg 'S J! A ,QQ A is 1? E23 ii sz ff sl? gt. A ,yu- 3 31 S ef? 'S r N r v i 3 f 0 EN l.lSI'I 5 r uv--'r-1. Y x i ff .. 4, . V. W, W .: ,t ' L . . K ""' 4,7 ., . v,,, ,, ,-..L, ,2'Vrr'f. -sr f n WY X Deanna Tucker, Kelly Clayton, Tami Chapman and Claudia Arendt show mixed emotions over the assignment. These students continue their reading of Silas Marner. Meanwhile, these freshmen continue reading Romeo and Juliet. Kyle Smith and Spencer Leftwich show expres- sions of happiness. LeAnn Barteaw seems a bit upset today. Af-,M-mF3'w' 3' ,IN-QT.. 5? ,. g ff 1 an 4 v""" 104 ,A-. my QI? L mauawws Q 2, L.- .... W Y Xie -..,.J,v : - A 2 tv r rs y S Tl. l . X Stephanie Goodin looks away while Angie Heffley, Kim Phillips and Randy Head do an in depth study of the back wall. Radonna Davis warns Shannon Deviiliers of an approaching photographer. Jeff McMahon says, "Don't you dare take my picture." .Jesse Hill looks away as Roy Gum smiles for the camera. Dawn Southerland and Stacie Stafford nibble on their fingers while they wait for creative things to come to them. Snecial ID Above: Jeffery Kuykendall asks the cameraman for help while Billy Hughes tries to hide from the camera. Above Right: Mark Cannon and Adam Stephenson try to solve a problem. LX A 3 be W3 at .hwmmowm K, u , s...,,...xhx ...- Special Education Subjects: English Social Studies Related Math Science Vocational Class VOCGUODBI PISCGITIBFH Above: Mary Mullenhour wonders how much longer Above: Troy Vincent studies hard on one of his tests in Mrs Hays class she can sit like that without dropping the books everywhere. 106 I1 llil Band Dliildili . in . .H - A. I, , Reading Lab: The three main goals: 3l improve study skills more effectively. Top Left: Lana Griffith wonders what Anthony Windfield thinks is so funny. Left: Brad Battle shows that he is concerned about his reading class. Bottom Left: Mary Mullenhour, Darla Franklin, Grace Franklin, Lynene Robinson and Mimi Otts roller skating at White Rock Lake, on the way to a football game at Mesquite. Bottom Right: Cindy Penton, Mary Mullenhour and Darla Franklin roller skating on a reading class field trip. 15 increase vocabulary 2l improve comprehension BVQIDDII1 nt There is no one who would not benefit from a course in the reading lab. However, the reading lab has materials for college prep. Mostly, you can improve your vocabulary which will enhance all college entrance exams, also it helps you to study 107 MATH ' . F' L ss ssst T X , . . f ,Qi J fi First year Algebra students, Jan Koebelen, Traci Chapman, and Tammy Kirchenbauer find out what higher math is all about. Shannon DeVilliers and Mike Johnson fool around in Trig. Algebra ll students get involved in their work. The math program at G.H.S. consists of several different classes. For first year students, there is Algebra I or Related Math I. For second year students, there is Algebra ll, Related Math ll, or Geometry. These courses are taught by Mrs. Joybell Schalk, Mr. Gerald Patterson, Mr. Dean Patter- son, and Mr. Clyde Yeatts. Higher math courses are taught by Mr. Beasley and they include: Geometry, Trigonometry, Elementary Analysis!Analytic Geometry, and Computer Math. 108 W' fwl ...... ,,..,,, ,,.,, -ev T A Mr. Beasley's geometry class is so strenuous that DeAnn Wilson, Lizzie S mons, Harlan Horton, and Brenda Armstrong take a Nature Valley break. nv!!! Kelly McMahon is getting an as '.... ,A . Nw ,fy . X .1 1 .45 Cody Doty is Gainesville High's big thinker. Excedrin ln Geometry. John Bluml says, "You talking me." are SOYTIB lllUSlfl0US AdV8flC8d MSU! SfUd8l'I1S d86p ll'l Each year a number of at is -MIX Officers of the "Jets" are top to bottom: Stacie Stafford, Sec.: Jeff Smith, Treas.g Earnest Evans, V-pres.: and Carl Sicking, pres. xii., r v Q: Qi . 1 - M, M... students get together and form a club. This group traditionally known as the "Jets" focuses on advanced problems and uses of mathmatics. Mr. Beasley leads the class in daily lectures and occasional educational excursions. pp...- T.J., Phillip, and Donna look in CUMDUTEIQ MATH Frankie Enderby really gets into the computer scene. You know what l'm saying! Sheryl Hassett says, Look mom no eyes' while Jess Hill looks on in awe. This is the second year that a most modernized course has been offered in the standard alternatives. The course is computer math. Students in this class learn such computer skills as how to write a computer program, program the computer, and determine print out. The course is offered during the fourth period by Mr. Beasley. The class room is equipped with two Level ll Radio Shack computers, an Apple Two Computer, and a printer. Keith Fisher uses his brain felectronicj only for a hat rack. 5 109 N 3 25. ' -1 Q- . AE L.- I , 51 si is SAI: ADE Q62 mill The French Club Officers T to B: M r . S m i t h lsponsorl, Ajay Paul, Trae ldom, Rithu Paul, and Erin Clower. The French Club L to Ft: Steve Mendez, Erin Clower, Terri Higgins, Robin Gilbreath, Rithul Paul, Cheryl Lewis, Paul Stafford, Jackie Har- rell, Cindy Schuchert, Alica Woodard, Kenneth Skinner, Trae Idom, Bridgette Kirkpatrick, Melissa Chaney, Paula Parker, Leigh Anne Burrow, Dane Young, Ajay Paul, Carla Mc-' Croy, Mr. Smith fsponsorl, Marsha Gillihan, Shelly Krahl, and Sharmaine DeViIliers. The Spanish Class L to R: Gary Hughs, Susan Hulse, Staley Molsbee, John Mulkey, Brad Kane, Bobby Voight, Scott Sellers, and Scott Davis. In Front: Ms. Enderbylsponsorl. 'IGF' iv f '-we Y H 1'-HN., .. . if--4 We ali Allen Davis, Hubert Gore, and Troy Hellinger are ' Jw totally bored with history. Ms. Pearcy takes time out of teaching to grade papers. Tharon Payne is doing her best to learn more about our country's history. Shirley Turner is troubled because Carla Rose is doing her work for once. David Bullard is stunned by the pic- tures in the history book. Sr ' an I . W Ancilla Monden is about to go to work on her history, but she can't find her pen. L.--o -0- L.-fi" ,fr ,.,..-- Todd Horton is clearing his desk, getting ready to take a test. X It Ili' ist! K Mrs. James and Mrs. McMeans are shock- ed about what's going on in the back of the Kirk Easton says, "1 know if au." room' '32, .W ual Bernadette Dudenhoeffer can't believe that they would put her in a biology class with a bunch of Freshman like Tya Fullor, Margie Ellis, and Tony Parsons, who actually like to study. M.. Rodney Swirzynski is disgusted by Jeff Ralston and Fess Eaton's sneaky expressions. 112 nl 1 lltu Mr. Miller lectures to his class. l Q 1 l Brady Johns says, "take my pic- ture while it looks like I am busy in Ms. Hardy's class." Above: Tracy Snodgrass and Carl Sicking work to solve their physics problems. Below: William Horton, Kyle Smith, Richard Gum, Jana Herr, and Pam Stinnitt love sharing answers in Chemistry. ,,,- mf Above: While working in the Physics lab Tim Stevens shows his sincerity to learn. Below: Jeh' Grewing and Carey Neal are doing their regular goofing-off in Chemistry. -G.. 5 Above: Shannon DeVilliers, Keith Fisher, and Eddie Fuller are checking their answers with Ms. Hardy in Physics. QP Nutty' We sl ADT ..., ....,,..A-' V ...ss-f Above: Johnny Hunter would rather blow bubbles than do his work. Below: Karen Skaggs and Melissa McCage are painting their own ideas. 5 " ...,. r . . t.Xt ...M , - ., J o. m-'f -I . .q e W AAXV A . ,Q , .ww ,..z.. -, W - ss ,. A we lf SP' E .41 4 'I' gg ! Q. A , t its-..,,. 'sms M-ew Guy Nichols is puzzled about what to draw for his art project while Sean Floy is already underway. -'rv 4,4 Www.. ,NMMA Above: Donna Estes and Connie Graham, are busy at work in art. Below: Denise Bindell and Robin Partain are making their painting a group project. .r .,, . it Lana Griffith, Sharmaine DeVilliers, Bobby Sidner, and Deana An- drews, enjoy looking through Mr. Carter's brief case in art. ACCDIJNTI Rose Dunlap hopes that her short hand skills help her Weist takes extra time to catch up on her short hand studies. College' 'C gg! t,tt M y . - A.,,,..,.....-.4..n-w4an- .W """'s ,.. H s--- ,,--sw' Jo Riddle and Trae ldom are busy at work in accounting: xyyy i 'UM i 'R their future' Stacy Clements knows what she is doing!!! ti at '53 X K Horton, says "Wait a minute, how did I get those figures?" Jeff Smith works on his test. 2 t tt H W? tt .WW s , 1-'--Ms 'ir X 3 ,, ,,,, H sf 7 t- ' l Sf' 5 in 'N ,Q 115 r ,H . iw:- ggi.: tw: I ,ig ,, W -L-. if 4 55, S CA EDUCATIU if if Above: Lisa Young hits an overhand volley. Above Right: PE is fun according to Lisa Serna. Below: Stephanie McCreary gets ready to serve. Below Flight: Polly Elmore works on her forehand smash. i . . ' nu . 6 g . an-an Above: Shelia Elder tries a backhand shot. 'Above Right: Robert Preston dribbles upcourt. Below Left: Keith Hunt goes up for a jump shot. Middle Right: Dane Coker tries to pass to Mike Champion. Bottom Right: Some of the time Tammy Young, Judy Ogletree, Kathy Murray, and Kim Houghton just feel like sit- Hing around. 'ms t, t ...., WM th, .. tv FH MAH' Q-CN I hw? 3? 4 3 .- Elll5 fmQl gi if. '-' Q e, ,to D Nfw RO Future Homemakers of America is the organization that is ingrated with Voca- tional Homemaking Classes. It is not com- pulsary to join F.H.A., but it extends learn- ing experiences beyond the classroom, especially in leadership. The F.H.A. has eight officers elected by the membership and coming from the eight classes of Voca- tional Homemaking. The F.H.A. is affiliated with Area IV, the State and National organization. Each chapter is sponsored by a Vocational Homemaking teacher. Members participate in projects and pro- grams concentrating on their homes, school, church and community. Advisors are Mrs. V. Koebelen and Mrs. L. Smedley. WVSB 117 The familiar side of Jana Herr. "1- H scat -1-MM Shawna McCartney studies guide sheet before sewing. Officers, Seated: Javona White - Reporter, Kathy DeAnda - Secretary, Tya Fuller - Refreshment Chairman. Standing: Stacy Walton - Recreation Chairman, Kelley Hef- fron - Vice-President, Shawna McCartney - Historian, Angie Sparks - President. Front Row: Mrs. Smedley, Lynene Robinson, Kim Simpson, Lydia Royal, Vickie Manuel, Karen Mimms, Tya Fuller, LaShaun Kemp. Second Row: Angie Sparks, Ruth Ann Sutton, Kathy Murray, Mia Calhoun, Shelia Elder, LaShaun Curry, Kathy Deanda, Cindy Penton, Debbie Williams, Mrs. Koebelen, Shawna McCartney. Third Row: Tonya Parker, Shelley McDaniels, Julie Blake, Kelley Heffron, JoAnne White, Laurie Schradeder, Michelle Marion, Tammy Dunn. Fourth Row: Polly Elmore, Sherri Bentley, Kelly Smith, Stacey Walton, Pam Kincy, Javonna White, Carrie Ritchey, Joyce Wilson. l First Period, Front Row, lL-Rl: Sherry Wilson, Galla Ritchey, LeAnne Barteau, Julie Raney, Loretta Lorne, Mia Calhoun. Back Flow, lL-Rl: Mrs. Austin, Stephanie Goodin, Becky Prestage, Brad Bugg, Ted Ellis, Belindy Brumley, Martha King, Carla Edward. Second Period, Front Row, QL-Rl: Paige McKay, Barbie Ballard, Michelle Cannon, Susan Welch. Back Flow, lL-Fil: Pattie Fuller, Lavonna Gill, Jane Gayle Roberts, Jodi Hutchinson, Lynn Vinyard. C! - ...,. as ' " ,M il PIECE Home Economics Cooperative Education is an on-the-job train- ing program for high school students who are interested in home economics-related occupa- tions. The student attends classes at school during a part of each day and is employed for a minimum of fifteen hours each week in a home economics related occupation. In addition to regular classes, the student receives daily instruction related to the world of work and the home economics occupation in which he or she is employed. Above: Mia Calhoun holds one of the children at the Southside Day Care Center, where she is employed. Left: LaVonna Gill works at McDonalds where she is a cashier. 119 IYDI sd l lay! D, .. , - X . 4 x P .s M is .. , Jmk L,L,'Lx' ,'- ,mm'- i , r - f H ,,.33...x...s.M. ' 1 ,,.f.. f , ..., - . . ,vsff we - f. Y 9' Q 5 in ,0- 1. Kelly McMahom focuses at her book while she types. 2. Sherl Bently and Flobin Gilbreath discuss other social means before they began to type. 3. Kim Simpson smiles at her mistakes. 4. Spencer Leftwich has to look at his fingers while he types. 5. Rhonda Klrk seems to be in another world besides typing. 1 I . l 5 l A VOE Officers, KL-RJ: Dana Sachse - Vice-President Gina Proffer - Historian Shelia Wilson - Proiects Denna Buck - President Valerie Alien - Reporter Kenni McKee - Secretary-Treasurer Far Right: VOE students take a break from work. ib S Above: Karen Scott is the area OEA President. She competed in contest on March 5, 1982. Bottom Right: Lesley Cannon works busily in the lab class. CDSMETDLDIE Gayna Perry prepares to give a patron a haircut. Cosmetology is a program which leads directly to a career dealing with tl the proper care of skin, 23 the pro- per care of hair and Sl the proper care of nails. The purpose of the cosmetology course instruction is to be proficient in all phases of beauty culture work and its related theory practices. The course covers two school terms of one hundred and eighty days each. The student takes three hours of instruction in cosmetology each day. To be eligible to take the State Examination, the student must complete one thousand clock hours in cosmetology. 122 lhrl, Hllli U61 Back Row, QL-RJ: Kim Dhane, parliamentarian - Kristi Sowder, representative - Sonia Dulock, treasurer - Missy Reed, reporter - Gayna Perry, sargeant at arms. Front Row, iL-Rl: Devona Young, vice-president - Gina Powers, president - Christy Bailey, secretary. li . ' A Q Q ii 2 trr. , - -2 sw g Kim Dhane is preparing to give a patron a perm. Lori Ford adds color to il patron's hair. ? is Q ,K Cl Kim Meador combs out a small patron's hair. Christy Bailey is hard at work on the mannequins. -N.. Mafy MOHBDYIBUQF Sh8l'f1DO0S 3 small patron. Missy Reed ought to stop giggling since Mrs. Galubenski is watching. Sonia Dulock is busy practicing her roll ups 123 IAM U UCILLENCE Auto ecnanimg Y THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS ' 1 4 i Mark Wiley tries to figure out how the carborator works. ' 1 M ,,.A y ,gm 1 EPKCN J 1 ""4-Q... w...,,,M Mike Champion learns to change the spark plugs. .Alia Gary Ta Iorfwanjs- to know why Mr. Parker told him to Keith Hunt is confused about what nut the wrench goes to. ,A ho RE lil 124 NH id the We or P ,J C00l'dil1i:ltBd QL-Rl, First Row: Vince Manuel, Mr. Lane, Glenn Posey. Second Flow: Randy Belcher, Frank Miller, Jerry Willis, Alan Comer, Kirk Easlin. ocation I Acad mi lidulliltilbn LRJ First Row' Johny Q- , . Solsbee, Brian Beaudin, Johnny Burkhart, John Stofel. Second Flow: Mr. Lane, Robert Thacker, Johnny Hen- dren, Kyle Early and Clay Pace. Metal IIDD ,Q if ,MQ l xg., 1 at , , 99 J E Doug Morrison, Tommy Dhane, Greg Burris, Jimmy Harlan, John r rr y if . L Bobby Bixby is staying busy in the shop. Paul Jones, and David Henry display their contest entries. 126 J, Gay A 1 Left: Mr. Moody helps V John Paul Jones center stock on the lathe. Left: Joey Bland a n d T o m m y Dhane put the shine to their projects. al E Rodney Swirczynski tells John Schneiderjan, "look at that camera." Jerry Schumacher isn't exactly sure of what he's gotten himself into. 1 00dSh0lfl :jx 'N H555 Top Left: Doug Herr and Greg Holt sand on Doug's rolltop desk drawers. Above: Bobby Snider stands in front of his china cabinet. Middle Left: Randell Reed is showing off his artistic abilities. Bottom Left: Sean Roy and Jeff Grewing work on Jeff's project. Below: Keith Otto is shown here with his rolltop desk. .-,- I 1 S: ? -,. ' nf ' f Scott Truesdell works on his elevation plans for an underground house. The objectives of this course are broad. lt is intended that the student be introduced to the methods, materials, and procedures of industrial drafting so that he may be able to make a decision on his own concerning a career in the drafting field. Mechanical drawing is a series of courses designed to uttlize the student's interest in the industrial world about him so that he may discover his own talents and abilities. lt provides opportunities for the individual to coordinate a multitude of isolated variables into tangible media, and at the same time, gain a more intelligent understanding of the production centered culture, upon which his existence depends. This course is for 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. Darin Grimes looks over the final draft of his set of house plans. 128 'Wal 15i0ChiilIiCi':lI DI' ilWil1 to it ir' , - l 11' X . ,.,, x ' . s 'Tx 5 S f" Q. k"' 5' 'K , 3 M , T.. , g , lg ,,,, X , 1 y g g g A sq i' Q ' NW' K M- ' T 'lti' ," " Kyle Ghaham, Cheryl Lewis, Robert Trimble, and Todd Bost, beginning architecture students, work on a complete set of house plans. - X if David Alexander, Danny Carden, Todd Hatcher, Jon Zoda, Belva McClinton, and Sheryl Walls, members of the second period, observe Mr. Trietsch doing a size description layout. Preston Klutts, Eddie Fuller, Darren Taylor, and Vincent Fuessg advance architecture students, take time out for a picture. llildine! l'i:l BS I ,yt Fess Eaton can't find a cup so he uses his hands. war 4 ai- Daven Overstreet, Terry Jackson, Johnson take a break from their work. .. I O 'sagem K ,Aj and Malcom 49' n"'s-.M ,V V in L ., V M. Tv .l,,aL:a'La-N A H 7' . Dennis Smith saws out a section of the floor. Mark Connon waits on Calvin Kincaid and Dennis Smith to measure the floor before cutting it. v 1 i 3 ? 1 f -Q w 'S n 4 V 1 4 1 2 3 I a 5 Q Ek Q: Ei 5 iii is A 95 gs 5 Q1 if E is HL l' -5 if , INDUSTRIAL ARTS WINNERS A Vern Kirby -- 1st place region, 6th place state written exam photography 1st place region -4- B8tW still life photography Tim Stephens - 1st place region, 2nd place state on-site-architecture 2nd place region, 3rd place state house plans advanced architecture i 3rdiplace region, 3rd place state house model advanced architecture John Bluml - 1st.place region B8tW action photography- Neil Crockett -fist place region written exam general grafting Jay Clure - tst place region written exam Photography , A . Doug Herr -- 'lst place region roll top desk woodshop y J , ' g Keith Morris - Zndplace region on-site-architecture region f R J Jon Estes - 2nd place region written exame1itQ5g2hnical1,,drafting T J' Belva McClinton 2nd placegegion written eitam drafting , Keith Otto - znqipiace region roll top desk viioodshopQi3' fE, j J J Bobby Snider -512:16 place region gun case woodshoptiyiil - , Vince Fuess -4- Srdiplace region, 3rd place state nousetptans advanced J architecture Kyle Graham +g3'rd place region house plans beginninggarchitecture ,3rd place region on-site-machine drafting Eddie Fuller -4 3rd place region commercial plans advanced 'architecture 3rd place inked plans advanced architecture 3rd place on-site-advanced architecture V.l.C.A. METAL SHOP Jimmy Harlan - tst place district, 1st place state Die Stock Holder Tommy Dhane - lst place district, 1st place state tool post holder John P. Jones - 1st place district, 1st place state 4 way tool holder Doug Morrison - 1st place district, 1st place state hydrolic cylinder Brian Gilbreath - 1st district, ist place state gavel V.O.C.T. METAL SHOP Brian Lewis - 1st place district hand center punch 1st place tool identification Joseph Bland - 1st place district Aluminum canon 3rd place tool identification Rodney Swezinski - 1st place brass canon 4th place tool identification Frank Cason - 1st place district gavel COSMETOLOGY A R Joanna Morris - 1st place district comb-out, 1st place wet set, 2nd placetff Permanent wave J f M Gina Powers - 1st place district combgout, 1st place wet set 'WSSY Reed - lst Place,d,wifiaifitfisaitaliaiihairn'aces e t Devonna ,dYoung,, fa tst nairpieces as Gayna Perry -J 1st placeiidistfictperlfrtartentlwave L Krf, i.: VkKk.kV K Donny Wilson - lstplaca districtfistgpiaceitstate carpentry exhibit 5th place idlstrllctcarlpentryespeed and skill Mike Turner - 1st place district, lstplace state machinist J Tom Stephens - 1st place district, fist place state small engine repair 1st place district-small engine repair speed and skill Kyle Llano - 1st place district, 1st place state mechanic ff' 1 Q, X it Q . 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Second Row: Scott Andersen, Clower, Tammy Young, Tim Reiter, Kelly Mitchell, Dorenda Kirby, Bobby Randolph, Tye Terry, Chris Uselton Purcell, and Brad Reiter. Top Row: Hank Schumacher, Lonnie Ing, David Parsons, Chad Martin, Jeffrey Jeff Braden, Mike Perkins, David Matthews, Kevin Schumacher, and Steven Butts. P fr gl va The FFA Officers are Pictured QL-RJ: Mr. Robert Uselton, FFA Advisor, Coty Do- Mike Perkins does 3 chore in the Vocational Ag Shop for ty, Vice-President, Toby Stobaugh, Secretary, Randall Reed, Reporter: Julie Mr, Uselton- Nichols, Sweetheartg David Bullard, Treasurer: Keith Hoedebeck, President, and Chris Uselton, Sentinel. 134 Ni 'hljul .lf V. Y -, . . veg an Q ,S-.iss --..,.,,u . "- m' . -.hs S - 5 ...-. Nr V. a 4-1 H... 'K X 'X N' ' fsff' . . 5 .st ' ? .- Y N., f FX . 4 '1' i ' P .' - W' , 753 A K. t ' sa.. 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WM ii? he w X' .. ....M..-tw hs It 'si' if - ' . 8 - QQ: he M...M x 'Ms 4, an V J QMKW Q Q n-'ww P we W M t qs X S ' .rf if .1 W f 'PN eff wi Wk , N- Mamas af" x W if S N 2 i Steven Butts, Lonnie ln Mike Lon and Randall Reed watch the judging in the projects show. Tye Terry shows his sheep before the judges. Left: Jeffrey Kuykendall concentrates on the stock show. Below: Jeff Braden grooms his steer before showing it. 'Eel 136 Fellowship of Christian Athletes The FCA members are QL-RJ: Bottom - Matt ,,,,. Fox, Mike Johnson, Jeff Dudley, Jeff Grewing, Kris Roberts, and Joe Bayer. Top: Richard Matthews, Spencer Leftwich, Jeff Braden, Paul Bianchi, Carey Neal, and Bobby Snider. rf! it The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national organization designed to serve athletes who have a common in- terest in serving Christ. The FCA was founded in the early 1900's and is a very strong organization today. FCA holds summer conferences each year all around the country. Guests at these conferences are all very in- teresting, including many professional and college athletes who have come to know Christ. Reading the Bible and getting to know one another are a big part of the FCA purpose for its members. Everyone has problems, and FCA is a good way for its members to try to solve those problems. wilt in, g. . "1" Dwayne McMeans, the FCA sponsor, discusses a problem with Brady Johns. Gr DiStl'iblIliVB EdlIl3i:lIi0l1 DECA Ofticers Top Left, QL-Rl: James Patterson - President Kathy Murray - Vice-President Deanna Tucker - Reporter Paul Stafford - Treasurer Pam Jones - Secretary DE Coordinator Kermit Brown. Contest Winners Middle Left, QL-RJ: Monty Fisher - Finance 8 Credit xs Mark Coffman - Petroleum Marketing Scott Hudson - Food Marketing Anna Chewning - Fashion Merchandising Ty Massey - Restaurant Marketing Front Row: Chris Neu - Finance 8 Credit Katy Kirkpatrick - Gen. Merchandising Laura Steindam - Restaurant Marketing Mike Freytag - Petroleum Marketing ,EV 0 'V+ Two DECA sponsored events were the donkey basketball game and Sr. - teacher volleyball lla 137 game. SE Ns' .I DECA ll tBack Row L to Rl: Karen 54, DECA l fBack Row L to Rl: Sam Kirchenbauer, Kevin Lewis, Wayne Belcher, Mike Carriker, and Scott Hudson. lMiddle Rowl: Mark Coffman, Monty Fisher, Jon Land, Chris Neu, and Mike Freytag. fBottom Rowl: Julie Nichols, Laura Steindam, Anna Chewning, Katy Kirkpatrick, and Billie Jo Rowbothum. Dutton, Cheryl Canaday, Deneen Clark, Eddie Lee, and Bobby Dobbs. QFront Rowlz Holly Roberson, Tam- my Beres, Jeff Farr, Steve Westbrook, and Ty Massey. g, 3 ,,.V,,,. . ,,,, .A QL X. DECA First Period lLeft to Righty: Toni McMillian, Sherry Links, Robert Lowry, and Jerry Serna. Sixth Period DECA, Back RowfL-Rl: Tina Phillips, Natalie Hutchins, Brent Hadaway, Reagan Beaver, Troy Clower, and Brian Dill. Front Row: James Patterson, Karen Steubing, Janet Clark, Debra Lohbauer, and Robert Keltner. Seventh Period DECA, Back Row, QL-Rl: Morris Martin, Deanna Tucker, Johnny Barnett, Joyce Wilson, Scott Sellers, and Paul Stafford. Front Row: Calvin Kincade, Kathy Murray, Kelley Smith, Tammy Dunn, and Jeanie Lovato. DECA Coop Officers QL-Rl: Katy Kirkpatrick - V. Pres. Tina Griffith - Treasurer Julie Nichols - President Not Pictured: Karen Dutton - Secretary Cheryl Canaday - Historian Teri Murphee - Reporter Holly Roberson - Program Chair. Wayne Belcher - Photographer. Marketing and Distributive Education is an occupational orientation to the business world and the American economic system. DECA is a double elective for Juniors and Seniors in- terested in exploring careers in mer- chandising, marketing, management and service operations. Each student is placed in a marketing training job, ac- cording to his or her interests and abilities. Classroom studies include units in job orientation, sales, merchan- dising, math and communications. This year's DECA students have been very busy. They held their annual Employer-Employee Banquet at K'Bobs featuring Key-note speaker Neal Jeffrey former All SWC Quarterback for the 1975 SWC Champions Baylor Bears. Fund raising activities included their an- nual sale of spirit buttons, school jackets, the rival volleyball tournament featuring the Seniors against the Teachers, and another first - a Donkey Basketball Tournament. Proceeds from these events helped to pay expenses for students to an area contest held in Carrolton. The remainder of the money was used to buy a video tape recorder, camera and power pack for instruc- tional use within the classroom. DECA coordinators are Kenny Phelps and Kermit Brown. 1: 139 ff sw . MXY s , 2 if 31 ,ga ' 74? ' 1 3 X if M , A r' ' l E ' 'ss Q f '51 www K 'if , T B-.Q Q .. , In :::Q , W Y Q X? M ' , Ji, .,,,: 4, , W . , L t VII K Q x x K -4 W ty n -sv H. ' ,L . ,f ' 3 'Q - ,, is ,Swat E K K ,W H .. L 2 ' ,Qi Yin g? ' , f , l j, ww .,,f, f. I Liv: X , is x. , x '+R N g :A - f 3 , Y MQ, .' Rf " , has .5 ' slr"-v h' r.-,:' -. . U w pf vw ik 3 is M X Nw, 63 SPECIAL EEEECTS Officers Back Row: Brooke Stegall - Reporter, Shannon DeVilliers - Secretary. Front Row: Jeff McMahon - Treasurer, Paul Bianchi - President, Randy Head - Vice President. l l L Religious Back Row: Suzen Crenshaw - Co- Chairman, Scott Davis, Mike Estes, and Tracy Snodgrass - Chairman. Front Row: Clair Schniederjan, Kelley Clayton, Pam Stinnet, and Stacie Stafford. Citizenship Left to Right: Ajay Paul, Jeff Dudley, Jett Grewing - Chairman, Jana Herr - Co-Chairman, and Chris Roberts. Not Pictured: Keith Hunt, Gina Powers, and Tracy Stogner. Spirit Back Row: Angie Heffley-Chairman, Pepper Bar- nhart, Coty Doty - Co-Chairman, David Parson, Eddie Fuller, Mike Boase. Front Row: Erin Clower Bernadette Dudenhoeffer. Not Pictured: Ted Ellis. Projects Left to Right: David Bullard, Katy Kirkpatrick - Chairman, Valerie Allen, Robert Kelly, Julie Nichols, Penny Stafford. Not Pictured: Debbie Smith, Natalie Hutchins, Toby Stobaugh - Co-Chairman. Entertainment Back Row: Ed Snodgrass, Yvette Richardson - Chairman, Donna Doty - Co-Chairman, Shari Nichols, LaShaun Kemp, Harlan Horton. Front Row: Sharon Woolsey, Kay Lloyd. Not Pictured: Sissy Easley, Joe Bradley. Mr. Patterson.. Sponsor. ' . , if X Q 2 2 L 1 6, 33 li up Q pi ' M 1K- "- -L H t V 1 ,Q Q ,Ea ' Yi' ww Vx' an H I A,,, " . 3 was-W,:- j ' ,, ,.b,.. KN "1 ' ., -- .. ir . ' W 5. ., s. ffm- -F4421 T w' ,.,- sh H' N ' ' ' L 5 ij' I ,VAJ Till K . in-V'-.V 1- 573 A t V, , ,571 Q16 , ,AM ,W j.fQf5vAEY54gliN,5..LAn V.kk A Y TQ' ,g in Q , , Q . 4 ,.o' 5.1 PPA--W 3, 4 U, 'SJAWSQ Officers of the ship and crew are: Pres. Kelly Clayton, V-Pres. Barbie Williamson, Sec. Punum Paul, Treas. Randell Reed, Parlia. Rae Anne Bezner, and Rep. Paula ' ' Head. Members are: Front Row L-R: Tricia Starr, Kristi Gilbert, Kay Kazda, Paula S Head, Rae Ann Bezner, Christy Schaff, Jeff Turner, Punum Paul, and Price Birkhead. Second Row L-R: Tammy Chapman, Mike Wood, Deanna Tucker, Ann Froehlich, Johnna Beasley, Sheila Proffer, Mark Glenn, and Howard Grove. Third Row L-R: Ricky Royal, Vern Pharr, Richard Beam, Shona Bacon, Kathy Friedrich, Kris Costin, Stephanie Swarner, Kristi Fisher, and Mike Milligan. Fourth Row L-R: Kelly Clayton, Scott Sellers, Larry Poole, Barbie Wtlliamson, Scott Stafford, John Reidy, Randell Reed, and Gene Mauldin, Fifth Row L-R: Richard Matthews, Eddie Jetzelberger, Tucker Crenshaw, Darren liames, Joey Lancaster, and Chad Martin. 66 DCA CHDDDSQ 1'lf1iY F XY A V1 Ill H'-:I The name "Vocal Chords" attracted the attention of the seventh period speech club and was chosen enthusiastically. The officers are as follows: Pres. David Bullard, V-Pres., Kelley Costin, Sec. Julie Blake, Treas. Chris Callaway, Rep. Renee Schniederjan, and Parlia. Rosanne Dudenhoeffer. Members are kneeling L-R: Bobby Perry, Diane Pulte, Julie Blake, JoAnn Evans, Melissa Chaney, Lisa Young, and Renee Schniederjan. Second Row L-R: Dennis Hermes, Kelley Costin, Rosanne Dudenhoeffer, Chris Callaway, Krista Allen, Tina Friedrich, LeeAnn Marshall, and Steve Tingle. Third Row L-R: Chris Neu, David Cole, David Bullard, Don Jones, Paul Bezner, and David Henry. Renee Schniederian was chosen as most im- proved student in the 7th period class. Paula Head was chosen as most improved stu- dent inthe 6th period class. 1 Each year Mrs. Reid holds a contest in which students compete for the best speech award. The winners in sixth period lpictured upper lefty were: Barbie William- son, 1st place, Shona Bacon, 2nd placeg and Richard Matthews, 3rd place. Winners in seventh lpictured lower lefty were: Kelley Costin, 1st place, Diane Pulte, 2nd place, and Rosanne Dudenhoeffer, 3rd place. may 35' sf ' in I-IE DDAMA DEDAIQTMEN DIQESENTS . . . A Night of 0ne Act Plays' The Gainesville High School Drama Department presented a "Night of One Acts" on April 20, 1982. The first play was "Mixed Dates" prepared by the first period drama class. Second period presenting two plays: "True, Blue and Trusted," and the UIL play "The Summons of Sariel." The stage band played a brief intermission bet- ween the two second period plays. Mrs. Reid directed the plays and coordinated the program. Pictures 1, 6, and 7 are scenes from "True, Blue and Trusted." Pic- tures 2, 3, 4, and 5 are scenes from "Mixed Dates." Officers are Back Row L to R: Donna Doty, Shelley Taylor, . and Julie Nichols. Front Row L to R: Dave Reiter, Sheryl Hassett, and Kevin Kite. The First Period Drama Class Na A y M Q---Y 'sl' hr ' 5- LAM, ,Sz-. 4 s,, .w Members are Standing L to R: Roy Gum, Renee McGill, Lisa Young, Brent Hadaway, Kevin Klte, David Cole, Ken Steubing, Scott Sellers, and Dennis Hermes. Kneeling L to R: Gina Proffer, Dave Reiter, Sheryl Hassett, Donna Doty, Shelley Taylor, Julie Nichols, Angie Sparks, and Stacie Stafford. T Happy h Scare e Crow The Second Period Drama Class Oftioers are L to R: Julle Nichols, Pepper Barnhart, Erin Clower, Marti Trimble, Penny Stafford, and Yvette Richardson. T O T b Y l gt g sf Sa 'misuse Members are Back Row L to R: Mark McElreath, Sheryl Hassett, Mlke Davenport, Yvette Richardson, Marti Trimble, Brent Hadaway, Clair Schniederlan, Penny Stafford, and Mlke Boase. Front Row L to R: Julie Nichols, Sandy Curtis, Erin Clower, Pepper Barnhart, Sandy Snider, Ann Kazda, and Robert Kelly. Y Ill ISI I' ,, HE 151 IA! 152 I N D E I v v E I N D T B' u s A I. . ,eff 525. ' x t " Y Each year a number of students in the speech and drama depart- ment participate in the U. l. L. individual events. These events include prose and poetry reading, extemporaneous speaking, and debate. Prior to the U.l.L. district contest, the students attend various tour- naments hosted by area schools. This year the tournaments were hosted by Plano, Sam Houston, Bryan Adams, and MacArthur high schools. Participating in extemp. were Stephanie Swarner, Penny Stafford, Chris Callaway, Mike Boase, Kelley Costin, and Pam Stinnet lPictured Upper Lefty. The debate teams fLower Leftj consisted of Sheila Proffer and Kelly Clayton, Stacie Clements and Brent Scott, Punam Paul and Michael Sidener. Prose readers fmiddle leftj were Clair Schniederjan, Yvette Richard- son, and Sheryl Hassett: and poetry were Barbie Williamson, Ann Kazda, Sandy Curtis and Gina Proffer tpictured upper rightl. Speech students Clair Schniederjan, Gina Proffer, and Barbie Williamson clown around during class. THE SUMMDNS OF SABIEL the U.l.L. Play This year the Drama Department competed in UIL with the one-act play "The Summons of Sariel". The cast was as follows: Yvette Bichardsong the Spirit, Brent Hadaway, the Clay, Julie Nicholsg the Graduate, Penny Stafford, Sarielg Sandy Curtis, the Suicideg Sheryl Hassett, Old Woman, Marti Trimble, Young Mother, Michael Sidener, Blind Child, and Clair Schniederjan, the Guardian angel. On March 25, the play won the zone competition at Boswell High School. Yvette Richardson and Michael Sidener were given an Honorable Mention to the All-Star cast. Julie Nichols, Marti Trimble, Penny Stafford, and Sheryl Hassett were selected to the All- Star cast. The District contest was held on April 1 again at Boswell, and "The Summons of Sariel" was named the alternate play to regionals. Yvette Richardson and Penny Stafford made All-Star cast, and Julie Nichols and Marti Trimble earned an Honorable Mention. T 3 ,A Ill Htl .Ss h0l'i:ll DEIITI11 Ht ' l l l The Fourth Period Select Choir are QL-F0 Sitting: Kim Burchield, Kelly Costin, Tucker Crenshaw, Susan Earle, De Ann Wilson, Penny Bernadette Dudenhoeffer, John Reidy, Andrea Draper. Standing tL-FO: Jon Estes, Deanna Grounds, Jay Zoda, Shona Grotte, Alan Diane Pulte, Eddie Pybas, Jerry Bruton, Rosanne Dudenhoeffer, Suzen Crenshaw, Kyle Lyons, Jeff Dudley, Ann Froelich, Jeff Brenda Armstrong, Jeff Mozingo, Bubba Alsup, Kandy Bomar, Kelly McMahon, Robert Kelly, Laurie Dubois, Dale Baldwin, Tracy A Y L Scott Stanley, Paige McKay. 154 ti Ill lil N If,-' ,x X Y X X' Third Period Choir Include: QL-RJ Kelly Smith, Debbie Williams, Alicia Woodard, Peggy Pace, Judy Sorrel, Sheri Bently. The Freshman Choir include, Sitting: Jescia Winters, Christina Walterscheid. Standing: Lori Still, Kathy Butts, Jan Koebelen, Traci Chapman, Tammy Kirchenbauer. The G.H.S. choir department ac- complished many activities and had a successful year in 1981-1982. At the first of the school year the choir worked on their fall and Christmas concerts. They also performed for the various clubs in the town. In January and February their attentions were focused on UIL solo and ensemble contest. They received many excellent and superior ratings. There were ten soIo's who qualified, two quartets who qualified, and one trio which qualified and all were eligible to compete at the state contest. This was the first year for a show choir. Mrs. Joybell Schalk served as choreographer for the choir during the first year of their perfor- ming. The fourth period select choir received a superior rating in which the thirty-six members qualified for state. In March they participated in UIL concert and sightreading contest. Their spring musical this year was "The Wiz" which was a total success. Music Theory students include, Sitting: Johnny Dill. Standing: are Robert Kelly, Kendall Yancey, Kim Burchfield, Donna Johnson, Kan- dy Bomar. Left: Choir President Jeii McMahon. Ftight: Choir director Glenn Wilson. "The Wiz" Eddie Pybas as the Lion is surrounded by a group of Poppies. Kelly Costin and Tucker Crenshaw as Aunt Em and Uncle Henery confer while on stage. PROLOGUE SCENE 1: SCENE 2: SCENE 3: SCENE 4: SCENE 5: SCENE 6: SCENE 7: SCENE 8: gl 156 -l:l ACT I KANSAS MUNCHKIN LAND OZ COUNTRYSIDE WOODS JUNGLE KALIDAH COUNTRY POPPY FIELD EMERALD CITY THRONE ROOM ' K ' Tracy Snodgrass as Dorothy holds Toto in her arms Bubba Aisup as the Winged Monkey stands up for his rights. SCENES SCENE 1: SCENE 2: SCENE 3: SCENE 4: SCENE 5: SCENE 6: SCENE 7: ACT II WEST WITCH CASTLE FOREST COURTYARD, CASTLE EMERALD CITY GATE TH RONE ROOM FAIRG ROUNDS OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN THE GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL DEPARTMENT presents "THE WIZ" Adapted from 'tThe Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum Book by William F. Brown Music and Lyrics by Charlie Smalls Produced by arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. Robert Kelly as the Wiz tells them how it is. Tammy Kirchenbauer, Jan Koebolen, and Jessica Winters play the part as crows. - CAST AUNT EM .... ........... ..... K E LLY COSTIN, ANDREA DRAPER ,TOTO ...,..... ....... .................. S W EET MOLLY BLUE DOROTHY ...... ............... K ANDY BOMAR, TRACY SNODGRASS UNCLE HENRY .... ................................. T UCKER CRENSHAW TORNADO ...... .... B RENDA ARMSTRONG, SUSAN EARLE, DIANE PULTE MUNCHKINS ..,. .......... J OHN REIDY, JAY ZODA, DEANNA GROUNDS ANN FROELICH, ALICIA WOODARD, BUBBA ALSUP, PAIGE MCKAY, APRIL HOLDERMAN, JON ESTES, JEFF DUDLEY, ALAN RAINES ADDAPERLE ......... ...KIM BURCHFIELD, BERNADETTE DUDENHOEFFER SHONA GROTTE, LAURIE DUBOIS YELLOW BRICK ROAD .... .......... K ELLY MCMAHON, SUZEN CRENSHAW I ROSANNE DUDENHOEFFER, DE ANN WILSON SCARECROW ..... ...,.............................. J OHN REIDY, JAY ZODA CROWS ........ ..... T AMMY KIRCHENBAUER, LORI STILL, JAN KOEBELEN, KATHY BUTTS, JESSICA WINTERS TINMAN ..... .........................., J EFF DJDLEY, ALAN RAINES LION .......... ............. ............. J E FF MAMAHON, EDDIE PYBAS KALIDAHS .... ..... T AMMY KIRCHENBAUER, LORI STILL, JAN KOEBELEN, KATHY BUTTS, JESSICA WINTERS POPPIES .... ........ P ENNY STAFFORD, BRENDA ARMSTRONG, SUSAN EARLE DIANE PULTE, KIM BURCHFIELD, BERNADETTE DUDENHOEFFER FIELD MICE ..... .......................... A LICIA WOODARD, APRIL HOLDERMAN ANNE FROELICH, DEANNA GROUNDS GATEKEEPER .... .......... K ELLY COSTIN, ANDREA DRAPER THE WIZ ........ ........... J ERRY BRUTON, ROBERT KELLEY EVILLENE .............. .... P ENNY STAFFORD, BRENDA ARMSTRONG SUSAN EARLE, DIANE PULTE LORD HIGH UNDERLING ... .................... TUCKER CRENSHAW MESSENGER ............. ,................ S HONA GROTTE, PAIGE MCKAY WINGED MONKEY .... ......................... B UBBA ALSUP, JON ESTES GLINDA ......,...., .... S UZEN CRENSHAW, ROSANNE DUDENHOEFFER, DE ANN WILSON, KELLY MCMAHON fl! I-I has III ISI I-I H tf fr ? A eeei A A g , 53? . 9' ff it Andrea Draper portraying Aunt Em. Ann Froeiich and Alicia Woodard play the part of munchkins. !b- W ii ioif A Evillene portrayed by Susan Earle. Alan Raines, Bernadette Dudenhoeffer, and other choir students a dance routine. Laurie Dubois shown here as Addaperle. Kathy Butts and Sheila Aitchison say "hello mom." Dee Grounds, Christina Walterscheid, and Jessica Winters show us how to dance. Jeff McMahon really gets into the lion part. IBIQAV . IBIQAVD i i HL , c M I Brenda Armstrong portrays Evillene in "The Wiz." 1 'H I lil HYDUUK YW," : xv, ...N I Paul Bianchi Senior Co-Editor Ill L?'-I 160 ., , Shannon DeViIIiers Mr, Thomas Trietsch i Senior Sponsor Co-Editor Staff 1... LeShay Lewis Monique Taylor Doug Lockhart ' i Junior Jun or Sophomore Vern Pharr Sophomore Sandy Snider Harlan Horton Sophomore Sophomore Kristen Fry Freshman Ill El 4 There's a lot of hard work and dedication that goes behind the making of a yearbook. Each person has to spend time outside of his 5th period class to get the job done. Each person on annual staff must design his or her own section. lt's his duty to arrange to have pictures taken and anything else he may need for his pages. Responsibility is the most important quality each one must possess. 1 .Shannon checks to make sure all the receipts and money are in Mrs Galubenski's envelope when annuals are passed out. 2 3 "Get back you vicious typewriterl" Paul snarls. .While thumbing through an "older" annual, Harlan runs across a plc ture of Mr. Trietsch. 5 6 . Monique and Scott look over some pictures he printed for her. . Doug and Vern enjoy working together on the sports page. . Kristen realizes how important organization isg so she keeps her layouts and pictures all together. 5 6 ,ww Al' 9 162 III lil p y l" N . W ,airy My gg... 'Z-657' N ii , , D . . L :K X K W .Y W' k 1 13433 X T, HZ Wig Q 1' Fld ' .7 .... .4 , 'G' 13 7. Daytime friends and nightime lovers? iDoug and LeShay! 8. Mr. Trietsch and Shannon work together on the business aspects of putting a yearbook together. 9. Even an annual staft member is never ready for the sneaky photographer. Nernl 10. Sandy overlooks Moniques designs for the band section. 11. LeShay doesn't believe one word of that phony story about how Vern Kirby "lost his key." 12. Paul says, "Ah yes. An editors work is never done." 13.Kristen and Harlan take time to relax after a deadline has been met. 14. Not all captions are funny: however Sandy seems to think this one is. I I I .. 163 .. , .,W".., " 4 ..,,.w,- ffrl I H , V I ,,,, . . I 12 I-I .'f'J4?iEii " .. is W ' s? 'B . 4 ww .aw .,w., . ij 'L 4 4 , N'-nf,N1m,,wqwmg f I ' A X Q G 1 gn S s 1 W's H 2 H452 ZPHQPF-me 166 1 1 1. Officers, L-R: Rose Dunlap, Co-Captain, Stacie Cle- ment, Captain, Kelly McMahon, Lt., Kay Lloyd, Lt., Rosanne Dudenhoeffer, Lt. 2. Pictured again are officers, M Sitting L-R: Rose Dunlap, Kay Lloyd. Standing L-R: Rosanne Dudenhoeffer McMahon. " 3. Line Officer, Bottom Row, L-R: Linda Cartwright and Marti Trimble. Top Row, L-R: Lydia Royal and Robin Gilbreath. 4. Club Officers, Sitting, L-R: Rosanne Dudenhoeffer Dudenhoeffer, President Kay Lloyd, Student Council Representative. Standing L-R: Marti Trimble, Reporter, Kelly McMahon, Secretary-Treasurer. 5. Captain, Stacie Clement. 1981-82 White Wave Drillteam. Mrs. Joybell Schalk, sponsor and choreographer, and Mrs. Janice Lillard, sponsor. Senior Members, L-R: Rose Dunlap, Marti Trimble, Bernadette Dudenhoeffer and Stacie Clement. Junior Members, L-R: Gina Proffer, Kim Simpson, Laura Jackson, Cheryl Wall and Lydia Royal. Freshmen Members, Bottom Row, L-R: Judy Jackson, Christy Rosson and Sherry Morrison Top Row, L-R: Tya Fuller, Cindy Rosson, Jan Koebelen and Sheila Proffer. Sophomore Members, Top Row, L-R: Sandy Curtis, Rosanne Dudenhoeffer, Johnna Beasley, Javonna White, Susan Earle, Sherri Raines, Diane Pulte, Kelly McMahon, Pam Kincy, Anne Froehlich and Linda Cartwright. Managers, L-R: Pattie Fuller and Terri Higgins. 167 Stacie Clement and Kelly Vice-President, Bernadette v ? I Once again the Drill Team has done a wonderful job perform- ing at pep rallies Leopard football games and all of the district home basketball games. The drill team performs a variety of routines using such props as: benches chairs poles pompoms walk-xi! 169 and streamers. Thanks for all the hard QNOFK. y , , 170 'SVCD DUE TT BE IDICT DES nnual Drill eamS ow Kay Lloyd, Kelley Costin, Lori Still and Cindy Rosson - "Bye, Bye Love." "Rich Man's Frug" Tya Fuller - "Let Me Entertain You" Stacie Clement- "Blind Date" Javonna White, Pam Kincy, Kelley Costin and Kay Lloyd - "ll My Friends Could See Me Now" I-. Linda Cartwright and Marti Trimble - "Teddy Bear" Pam Kincy - "Heigh Ho" Kim Simpson and Cheryl Wall - "We Go Together" Bernadette Dudenhoeffer, Rosanne Dudenhoeffer Deanne Wilson and Alan Raines - "One Last Kiss" . Stacie Clement, Rose Dunlap, Bernadette Dudenhoet- fer and Marti Trimble - "Together Wherever We Go" 1 ,H ' it f , ff,ff, 59i Q A ir I ,ffl 51 A. 'ww ff My 7 -ff: A 1 Lge III ,1.a4, f ,,,1ap,. - 4' -I A " S N A-Y nfl Ill HE I' 4 C "-. 1' 9 LO X- a' 0 x Junior Members: Above: L-R First Row: Brenda Armstrong Penny Stafford Ann Kazda Suzen Crenshaw Erin Clower Bar- bie Williamson and Paige McKay. Second Row: Spencer Left- wich Jackie Kaiser Pam Stinnett Shirley Turner and Julie Nichols. Third Row: Ed Snodgrass Jeff Dudley Jeff Grewing Mike Johnson and Shari Nichols. Fourth Row: Jeff Braden Breck Montogomery Coty Doty and Jayne Gayle Roberts. Freshman Members: L-Fl: Paula Head, Stephanie Swarner, Kristen Fry, and Chris Callaway. Not pictured: Scott Stafford. Senior Members: L-Ft, opposite page: Stacie Stafford, Kim Phillips, Tracy Snodgrass, and Bobby Snider. Second Ftow: Doug Herr, Shannon DeVillers, Jana Shauf, Melissa Chaney, Angie Heffley, and David Cullum. Third Row: Carl Sicking, Jerry Bruton, Shelley Brammer, Mike Boase, Jeff McMahon and Kyle Kuhn. lub Q Q ' ffl .fi Sophomore Members: L-Ft: Kelly Costin, Pepper Barnhart, and Sandy Snider. Second Row: Claire Schneiderjan, April Holderman and Kelly McMahon. Third Row: John Mulkey, Brad Kane, Shona Grotte and Susan Earle. is is X45 111. 1 'E W mx 11. 11 we N ti l . .its 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 4 as Officers: L-Ft: President - Ed Snodgrass: Treasurer - Penny Stafford: Secretary - Stacie Stafford, and Vice- President - Spencer Leftwich. li lub 111 ISI G-Club Members are QL-Rl: Front Row: Shelley Taylor, Ginny Grounds, Tana Glenn, and Radonna Davis. Second Row: Kenni McKee, Donna Doty, Nett Ott, Tina Wiest, Tracy Stogner, and Jana Shauf. Third Row: Shannon DeVilliers, Melissa Chaney, Rose Dunlap, Yvette Richardson, May Farmer, Holly Roberson, Carmen Hendricks, Sharon Woolsey, Shawna Lewis, Marsha Gillihan, Sheryl Hassett, and Mary Jo Riddle. Back Row: Tracy Snodgrass, Angie Heffley, Stacie Clement, Cheryl Canaday, Michelle Marion, Marti Trimble, Christy Lewis, Ruth Ann Sutton, Bernadette Dudenhoeffer, Kim Burchfield, and Dawn Southerland. 'Y vi.,- ss, K.. 'X ,, G-Club members use the Senior Sign Painting Parties for a time to paint their own signs. Slogans, which include each athIete's name, are taped across the player's front doors on Thursday nights. In case of rain, one big sign is made for the whole team. Above: Shelley Taylor and Stacie Stafford paint each football player's number on the team sign. Every Thursday night includes "vandalism", Each football players's house is wrapped with toilet paper. Right: Sissy Easly eyes a telephone wire, which will be used to hang strips of "decoration" l across the yard. ,tt1.gi - " 174 I : I ifff T - ' I- I T I iifif G-Club Officers QL-Rl: Shannon Devilliers - Reporter, Yvette Treasurer, Sharon Woolsey - Secretary, Carmen Vice-President, Shelley Taylor-President. Right: Allison was recognized as G-Club Favorite during a pep rally. Top Left: Angie Heffley uses shoe polish to write spirited sayings on our athletes' home windows. Bottom Left: Toilet paper is wrapped on every tree or house in sight. Debbie Laughlin surrounds a tree with a roll of paper. Top Middle: No plant or bush escapes decoration on Thursday night. tStacie Staffordl Middle: Friday mornings begin very early. Senior girls come to school as early as 7:00 to begin the "real work". Darla Gee realizes decorating lockers takes a lot of time and materials. Bottom Middle: Kim Burchfield displays the finished product. After crepe paper, balloons, and signs are hung in the lockers, candy or cookies are given to the players for Gook Luck. Top Right: G-Club is a great way to make many new friends. III 175 HE Senior Head Cheerleader Tracy Snodgrass Senior Kim Phillips Mascot Angie Heffley VADSIIY CHEEIQLEADEIQS 1981 1982 Brooke Sfegau Cheerleader Managers Shar' NlCh0lS Ginny Grounds and Tana Glenn Juniors Cheerleader Sophomore Sophomore Sponsor Tricia Starr Pepper Barnhart Miriam Otts . rxik I i M gm MN E . Q55 ,M X T r 3 at if ,, 2 Q' . N 5 t aulilwig 3 t X gs' S+ X The Varsity Cheerleaders had practice every morning in June getting ready for camp. They attended SMU for a week and brought home five superior ribbons and a superstar squad ribbon. Tuesday night at camp, their spirit was recognized by winning a "spirit stick!" They showed their "artistic abilities," by making close to a hundred yard signs and twice as many locker decorations, cookies, and signs for the hall. The Pep Rallies went from the traditional "Two-Bits" and "Good Luck" to the Crazy skits and sky- scraping stunts. There is another side of the cheerleaders that no-one sees except Nick and Crinna who drove them to each game. They put up with all their singing which sounded more like screaming and the pink spungies flying all over the van. They are proud of their teams and most of all that Big Red Spirit! fx Gfafga Ill H'-Ep' f 7U2!Sfi 'll 2 1.1 178 ur:- 115 .Y ,iqf sur, eatin ' A V'fiugY 1 III In-I L-I 3- 80 The Gainesville High School Varsity Cheerleaders L to Ft: iabovei Shari Nichols, Tricia Starr, Pepper Barnhart, Brooke Stegall, Kim Phillips, Angie Heffley and Tracy Snodgrass. The Varsity Cheerleaders were exceptional this year. They are shown in the picture fabove righti, with the awards that they won at camp. They received five superior ribbons and a "Super Star" rib- bon. They achieved the spirit stick one night, but winning two nights was required to bring the stick home. Gainesville High School is very proud of the spirit of lt's varsity cheerleaders. Ill 2 Htl Q , iw 4. The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, L to R: lstandingj Andrea Draper, lseatedj Natalie Hutchins, Suzen Crenshaw, Donna Reiter, Shona Grotte, and Toni Bowen. The Freshman Cheerleaders T to B, L to R: Teresa Cannon, Gina Manual, Chris Costin, Paula Head, Kristi Gilbert, and Jessica Winters. 53 X l if i ,1- -- 75 1 v 1 4 'R Q i l W1 ...r 181:55 Debbie Laughlin attended a Twirling Contest at Cleburne and received a One and Most Outstanding Twirler. She also attended and received a One and Qualified for state at U.l.L. Later Debbie attended a Twirl- ing Contest at Frisco and received a One and a trophy for the Most Outstanding Twirler. She went to state U.S.T.A. lUnited States Twirling Associationl and received Fifth Place in Solo, Third Place in Two Baton Twirling, Second Place in Strut and Second Place in Three Baton Twirling. Debbie placed Fifth runner-up in the Miss U.S.T.A. Pageant. IA! 182 -1:1 G H S Drum Majors Frankie Enderby Keith Fisher The Redocat Band made numerous appeara for the school and the community and was the school group that gave public performances before and after the school year. The band was r up of marching concert and jazz bands twil flags, and rifles. Members had the opportuni compete in solos and ensembles lthere were el entries at the state contestl and in the various I of the TMEA Bands including one member in the State Band. The band competes in all UIL contests and ratings ranging from Very Good to Superior the 81-82 year. The Color Guard was awarded Outstanding at the Cleburne Festival and sever dividuals won major awards. The Redcoats have traveled extensively and students who graduated this year I ' Jackson Square New Orleans' The Paseo del Parade San Antonio' Canon City Colorado' Panama City Florida. l .l ni -P--i , - YW'-rr-'af-vi ---- ill -. 'H , l 1 E , ...A- ' t 1 l E l l I -...L sf X ' .,,,--.- K' Auxiliary Officers: Front Row, QL-Rl: Head Majorette: Erin Clower, Drum Major: Frankie 6 Enderby, Lieutenant: Christy Coker, Co-Captain: Kim Dishman, Co-Captain: Kandy Bomar. Back Row, QL-Rl: Drum Major: Keith Fisher, Rifle Captain: Mike Boase, Lieutenant: Donna Johnson. Band Officers: Front Row, QL-Rl Donna Johnson, Mary Jo Riddle, Rachel McCoy, and James Tidwell. Second Row, QL-Rl: Scott Davis, Harlan Horton, Bubba Alsup, Kim Burchfield, Ruth Ann Sutton, Christy Lewis, Lizzie Simmons, Jerry Bruton and Tom Fluker. Band Managers: KL-Rl: Shona Bacon, Deborah King and Debbie Williams. 183 Majorettes Sitting Left to Right: Kristi Fisher, Stace Walton. Standing: Erin Clower and Shelli Dishman. Rifles are Left to Right: Johnny Bryan, Shelly Bezner, Jay Zoda, Brenda Armstrong and Mike Boase. Not Pic- tured: Dawn Souther- land, Ruth Ann Sutton, Phillip Overstreet. ...........5g Flags are Left to Right, First Row: Donna Johnson, Kandy Bomar, Kim Dishman and Christy Coker. Second Row: Justine Farr, Melissa Penner, Traci Dishman, Denise Bendil, Alicia Woodard, Sheilia Wilson, Jana Griffith, Paula Parker and Laurie DeBois. Third Row: Shelly Krahl, Carla McCrory, Laurie Clark and Donna Estes. Ill 2 184 lutes are Left to Right, First Row: Monique Taylor nd Melissa Chaney. Second Row: Christy Lewis and ary Jo Riddle. Third Row: Brenda Armstrong. Clarinets are Left to Right, First Row: Bobbie Sidner, Michelle Raiford and Rachel McCoy. Second Row: Daryl Hale, Leigh Anne Burrow, Bonny Truesdell and Jerry Bruton. Third Row: Mike Lovett, Shelly Bezner, Ruth Ann Sutton, Dawn Southerland and Rod Lindsay. French Horns and Sax's are Left to Right, First Row: David Andrews, Larry Pool, Janna Sherill and Kim Burchfield. Second Row: Vicky Lewis, Lee Ann Mar- shall, Ancilla Monden, Denna Buck and Alan Rains. Third Row: Jeff Mozingo and Johnny Bryan. Ill 185 H'-51 Drums, Left to Right, First Row: Mike Boase and Jon Land. Second Row: Glenn Johnston and William Smith. Third Row: Dianne Tomlin- son, Scott Truesdell and Weldon Patterson. Fourth Row: Darin Grimes, Scott Stanley and Lizzie Simmons. Bases Lett to Right: James Tidwell, Bubba Alsup, Scott Davis, Robert Murray, Frankie Enderby and Tom Fluker. IA! tae ,H , HEI K ly Clayton Second Row Chad Rogers and Ashley In Third Row: Todd Horton, Janna Sherrill, Michael Side and Monty Fisher. Trumpets, Left to Right, First Row: Marsha Gillihan and . : r ' I Trombones, Left to Right, First Row: Jay Zoda and Bel McClinton. Second Row: John Reidy and Harlan Hortc Third Row: Martha Denison, Keith Fisher, Allen Davis a John Estes. tage Band Members, Left to Right: David Andrews, Larry ool and Keith Fisher. lectric Piano Player, Jeff McMahon, performing at the aiisburg assembly. Stage Band Members, Left to Right: Johnny Bryan, Kelly Clayton, Kristi Fisher, Denna Buck, Janna Sherrill and Alan Raines. Performing at the Calisburg assembly, Left to Right: Allen Davis, Harlan Horton, Johnny Bryan, David Andrews, Chad Rogers, Janna Sherrill, Ashley lnnis and Michael Sidener. Ill ISI lil WIJKA s . 'l ' Q , W Jff- . . 7 i .,-:. rf... . ""llmm' A fs-'11 he Q'-, - . . 5 U 1 N l f Q kr X 2 ., . V.k,- Q' -',..ge .e:ik:i , 251 , 1 . w e 'Q ..s. i I+' f 5. ' - , six ' .i ,fi Top Left: Scott Davis always Iaughes at danger as he holl off a man-eating plant. ' Top Right: Uncle Chuckie shows us his sexy legs. Center Left: Denna Buck isthe official band electrician. - Center Right: Alan Raines doesn't realize it, but soon li body will be buried by the sand. Bottom Left: Billy Burton shows us his tuba expertise. , My ' r--inn,-. F1 ml! li 11 Left: Denna Buck and Christy Lewis give Johnny Bryan a rub-down. Center Left: Dawn Southerland models her new Sanger-Harris summer wardrobe. Bottom Left: The Stage Band shows the people in Florida what they can do. Center Right: Lana Griffith daydreams during a performance. Bottom Right: THE END! t g ge:.Xz'8'iYX'9 V t :Y Q Q i Qagg ygg gmesew k 1 . tg? . 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Back Row: Robyn Byars, David Bassore, Eddie Vowell, Eddie Henry, Pat Benton, Mike Williamson, Jim Watkins. Cecil Jackson - WR 1 ,i,,- Y,,, . Randy Head - QB len 1, 21 192 '25 Bobby McBath - WR Wilbur Manuel - DB Terry Jackson - QB MANAGERS.. Vern Pharr. Back Row: David Cullum, Sa Klrchenbaur. James Calhoun - RB Daven Overstreet - DB Davld Wofford - DB Ricky Royal - RB willie Flowers - RB Vincent Manuel - DE Jeff Grewing - LB if , -.,, , 1 Ns Q M N X Q NX .... .. . R Tollie Royal - DB Ernest Evans - DB Bobby Snider - RB Blane Wilson - RB Arthur Johnson - RB Mitch Franklin - RB Kyle Walker - DE Paul Bianchi - C Dante Williams - DT Matt Fox - NG Kyle Graham - OG D9flf1iS Smith - DE M, 19 D, x , W D In , .,. L A ... 3 3 ' W f Ed Snodgrass - C Mike Johnson - OG Mike Lile - OG Doug Lynch - OG Dane Young - LB Kyle Early - OT Joey Lancaster - LB Avery Flowers - NG Jessie Hill - DT Jerry Willis - NG Carl Mims - WR Cary Neal - FL no Q 1, 194 H1 I l Neil Snider - OT Jerry Schumacher - DE Spencer Leftwich - OT Jeff Braden - TE .J A 5' 3 -5 Randall Hall - WR Mike Estes - DB Brad Newman - FL Leopards shutout Burk for 14-0 win semi' ' 2 J -- Gainesville opened the season of 1981 at home with the Burkburnett Bulldogs. The game was a defensive one, as the Leopards were able to hold the Bulldogs scoreless and came out on top with a 14-0 victory. Leopards surprised by Azle 7-10 The Leopards seemed to feel that they would repeat the 63-0 stomping of Azle a year ago, as they started the game on Friday night. The contest was tied 7-7 at the halt. The second half was a defensive struggle as the Hornets came out on top 10-7. The Leopards used this game as a lessong the need to prepare for each game. LI TS Leopards crush Rebels for win 26-7 The contest with Ft. Worth Southwest proved that the Leopards have a great deal of pride and spirit. The game was filled with en- thusiasm for the Leopards that didn't seem to let up. In this game, James Calhoun rushed for 159 yards, and the final score was 26-7, the Leopards coming out on top. Leopards crush Rebels for win 26-7 Ardmore came to town for the fourth game of the season. This game showed the Leopards' ability to control the football on offense. The offensive line was impressive as big holes were opened for our backs, and as Blane Wilson rambl- ed for 158 yards rushing. The Leopards came up with good execution on key plays late in the game to defeat Ardmore's Tigers, 24-3. an 5- 195 Leopard comeback falls short at Denton 13-17 When the Denton Broncos and the Leopards get together for a football game, we all expect to see a good one. This season's game was no exception, Although the Broncos led the Leopards 17-0 Into the thlrd quarter, Gainesville rallied to recover lost ground. The Leopards scored twice to make the score 17-13, but that was not enough to boost them to a victory. The Big Red also had a rally In the waning minutes of the game, but fell short as the game ended. Denton won, 17-13. Leopards beat Poly 28-13 for 1st District win The Leopards ran over the F.W. Poly Parrots for their first district win. The Big Red had a 14-7 lead at halftime. Scoring in the game were Arthur Johnson, Ricky Royal, Cecil Jackson, and James Calhoun. Dane Young and Tollie Royal recovered fumbles. Tollie also picked off a Parrot pass as the Leopards won 28-13. The 1981 Homecoming game was a great game for graduates to come home to. The Leopards controlled the line of scrimmage the entire ballgame and racked up 500 yards total offense to shut out the Carter- Riverside Eagles 41-0. The Leopards captured the East Zone champion- ship of District 5-4A with this victory. lt was also Dad's Night, which was originally planned for the Keller game, but was postponed because of the flood. lln Qu jf 196 - Leopards blank Keller during flood 28-O The Flood of 1981 brought many changes for the city of Gainesville. the flood was in the field of Leeper Stadium. The field was submerged in feet of water early in the week and was in no condition to be played on Frlday nlght. The Leopards were scheduled to play Keller, so Mesquite Stadium was picked as a neutral place for the game. The game went well for the Leopards. A solid ru Gallnesvllle, and the defense came up with key plays to ln ians. put on Leopards slip by Grapevine 21-13 A cold night in Grapevine was the setting for the Big third District ballgame. The young players helped out as Royal and Dante Williams did a good job. The game was at a deadlock at the half with Gainesville leading, 14-13. second half proved to be more profitable for the Leopards they won the game, 21-13. Leopards rout Carter for 41-0 Homecoming win Leopards prevail over Diamond Hill 20-19. The Leopards went down to Ft. Worth to play a game that had bearing on their 1981 Zone Championship hopes. The Diamond ill Eagles were the opponent, and Big Red opened the scoring in e first quarter. The game moved nicely as the Leopards ended on top of things, winning 20-19, on an exciting last-chance field al by James Calhoun. 1981AlI-District OFFENSE irst Team Honorable Mention ames Calhoun RB Michael Lile G lane Wilson RB Spencer Leftwich T aul Bianchi C Jeff Braden TE oug Lynch G Carey Neal WB eil Snider T Cecil Jackson SE DEFENSE irst Team Honorable Mention erry Willis NG Jess Hill DT yle Walker DE Vince Manuel E rnest Evans DB Tollie Royal DB ane Young LB Kyle Walker P Leopards district hopes fade 18-21. The Leopards lost a heartbreaker for the District Championship game at Mesquite Memorial Stadium, Saturday night, Nov. 14th. The Leopards and Weatherford Kangaroos battled it out in the most physical and exciting game this season. The two teams fought hard the entire game as time finally ran out on the Big Red. The Kangaroos sneaked away with a 21-18 victory, to capture the District title. Blane Wilson looks for running room as James Calhoun blocks. Ment. Sophomores of the Year. Arthur Ricky Royal Robert James Coach ofthe Year. Terry Jackson cuts upfield as Doug Lynch looks to block. 'xi 197 lui If IQSIJ. . Dvtbizlll 1st Row lLeft-Righty: 55: Hubert Gore, 50: Keith Morris, 42: Mitch Franklin, 35: Danny Carden, 34: Gene Maulden, 30: Eric Ross, 28: Jeff Duddley, 21: Troy Vincent, 14: Brad Kane, 10: Flichard McCollum. 2nd Row lLefl-Righty: Coach Weldon McCord, Coach Jimmy Stringer, Manager Mark McElreath, 81: Robert Herndon, 80: Allen Bruce, 76: Bubba Alsup, 75: Fess Eaton, 74: Adam Stephenson, 73: Brian Lewis, 70: Tony Newberry, 64: Brent Hadaway, 62: John Mulkey, Coach Eddie Henry, Coach Jim Watkins. 3rd FlowiLeft-Righty: Manager Rodney King, 88: Rodney Swirczynski, 87: Danny Fisher, 85: Gary Hughes, 64: Joe Bradley, 82: Doug Moore, Manager Vern Pharr. lu i, 'A 198 l VTX, Q50 Sign gives Kats enthusiasm to beat the Rebels Above: Mitch Franklin breaks a Rebel defenders grasp. Below: Carl Mims and another Kat make a fine defensive play. 1 4 Above: Kyle Graham ready to hit someone during the Poly game. Left: Richard McMollum trying to gel away from a Poly defender. Below: Allen Bruce caught a touchdown pass to put the Kats ahead. llll 2, 1 1 199 IL-3 ,HH l:l'BShl11 I1 Olnlbiill 1,4 4- f , if Wm we 11 . wi., V 1 fi' 1st Row lLeft-Rightl: 28: Staley Molsbee 27: Jeff Manuel 26: Jesse Wilson 22: Sean Lokey 20: Danny Overstreet 14: Mark Fligsby 12: Terry Powers 10: David Culwell 2nd Row lLel1-Rightl: 74: Verne Kirby 73: Billy Payeur 64: Gerry Powers 63: Joe Bayer 55: Scott Stafford 35: Mike Galvin 34: Greg Mathis 33: Greg Holt 3rd Row lLeft-Flightl: Coach Pat Benton 88: Tony Parsons 86: Russell Gooden 84: Jon Zoda 83: Dennis Hermes 82: Victor Jackson 80: Mark Glenn 77: Darrow Graham 76: Roger Hill 75: Brady Johns Coach Mike Williamson E 32, zoo 5 44.2.3 , , if :,,:w,, Q Q ' -V my V-fgaiifr I5 " 7 Mike Galvin blocks lor a fellow Cub Another touchdown for the Cubs. David Culwell tries to run and look upfield. in xl ' w Danny Overstreet trying to elude a lackler. Mike Galvin puts the move on a Rebel defender. as M! Danny Overstreet out runs the Poly player. Cub iust out of reach. ,li - , , .5 LEUDADD BASKETBALL 1981-82 10 Davin Overstreet - G 22 Breck Montgomery R a 'fel 1 - . f' "N tif:-fm: --If ' K ' N - in f f 1 QM I XXL if 2? 45 WN at A aw.ws,ZZQfl f ,N f if 'H 1 2 4 A554432 gg? f 5 f,ya"UaY ig tif 1 1 f fi? 2 ,Vi ,fmlgz f ef Ning, 1- ' I ' 34 Carl Sicking - C lll ' 202 , il-af 321 -' ' 12 John Bluml - G 24 James Calhoun - G 30 Ernest Evans - C 40 Tollie Royal- F 42 Roy Gum - G 14 Wilbur Manuel- F 20 William Horton - G 'ii 11 ,, Xxjzfl! 3 32 Keith Otto - F Daven Overstreet, Wilbur Manuel, James Calhoun, and Roy Gum left the team during the season. Kyle Smith, David Carroll, and Troy Clower were moved up to fill the vacated positions. at W Q .,..,q 3 X Above: Breck "Stretch" Montgomery takes an inside jump shot. Tollie Royal and Willie Horton crowd the lane. Above Right: Ernest Evans puts one up from the corner as the cheerleaders look on. f Below: Roy Gum shoots a free throw as Daven Overstreet looks on. Below Right: John Bluml shoots over a Bearcat Defender as the crowd cheers with approval. We Wffwfvww-f,2fM'M wit, V I!!! Qu 4 203 L L-a - - Quan mL'kk yr 1 Above: Tollie Royal looks for a jump shot. Above Right: Willie Horton outhussles an Indian player. Below: Carl Sicking drives around a Keller defender. Below Right: Ernest Evans drives the lane for an easy layup. 9 if XM 'M l 1 if emi -o-44", M. r if ff! 2 f-'N 204 - 5.3! W L 3 Trimble, John Bluml, Willie Horton, Keith Otto, Ftoy Gum, Carl Sicking, Ernest James Calhoun, Tollie Royal, Kyle Smith, and Breck Montgomery line up as are introduced for the pep rally. Right: Coach Williamson gets up to introduce the Leopard cagers at the pep Keith Otto shoots over a defender from the outside for two points against the Lions. Right: Kyle Smith throws a pass to John Bluml in an important district game. 5 1 ky, 9g WY' "'l0lUv , 'Ll 205 L.! IBHSKBIDEIII Left to Right: 34 - Troy Clower 40 - Calvin Manuel 21 - Richard Gum 22 - Terry Jackson 12 - Doug Lockhart 24 - Carl Mims 11 - Darrin Iiams 10 - Mitch Franklin 44 - David Carroll 42 - Robert Herndon 31 - Kyle Lyons 41 - Marshall Williams 30 - Kyle Smith 32 - Ricky Royal 14 - Bobby Voight Coach David Bassore l!ls' la 35 206 ,AM Mitch Franklin goes for the ball Above: Doug Lockhart iumps against a McKinney player while Ricky Royal looks for a position. Top Right: Ricky Royal drives the lane and gets a quick two. Bottom Right: David Carroll and other Kats jump for the rebound while Whitesboro tries for the ball also. Below: Terry Jackson gets two points on the fast break. I I Q no I! 3 5 fs 2 4h...1 07 l:l'BShl11 I1 I3i:lSKOILbilII First Flow lLeft-Righty: 45 - Steven Gooden 11 - Danny Overstreet 22 - Terry Powers 21 - Mark Glenn 41 - Price Birkhead Second Flow fLeft-Righty: 23 - Todd Horton 24 - Jeff Manuel 32 - Greg Mathis 30 - Todd Floyd 81 - Tommy Fort 13 - Chuck McNamara Third Row lLeft-Flightl: 31 - David Cole 43 - Billy Burton 15 - David Caldwell Coach Pat Benton 25 - Russell Gooden 48 - Victor Jackson 28 - Staley Molsbee Mgr. Dennis Hermes 208 lm .1 5' L13 :IF Mark Glenn, Gregg Mathis, Russell Gooden and Dante Williams defend the Cubs goal. ' 'UA 'S 3 il'I ill'Sil1 l3i:lSk tb ll N73 'r--'14 4.12 Melinda Otwell, Bridgette Kirkpatrick, Shirly Turner, Kim Phillips, Gina Manuel, Sharmaine Devilliers, Cheryl Canaday Schmitz, Barbie Williamson, Kim Ott, and Karen Skaggs. Kneeling: Coach Jordan. Sharmaine DeVilliers takes a free throw. Second Team, Cheryl Canaday - Honorable Mention. Above: Gina Manuel focuses her attention on the ball. ll 'L Girls receiving honors this year are: Sharmaine DeViIIiers - Sophomore of the year, Kim Ott - First Team, Kim Phillips - Melinda Otwell - 10 Guard '1 X .J Karen Skaggs - 14 Guard Barbie Williamson - 24 Forward-Guard X 2 10 amiga Ai I-N-3 Bridgette Kirkpatrick - 11 Guard Cheryl Canaday - 21 Guard can Sharmaine DeVilliers - 25 Center 1142, Kim O11 - 12 Guard Carmen Schmitz - 22 Forward-Guard 2 Kim Phillips - 30 Forward YM Ur W 2 Shirley Turner Gina Manuel - 32 Forward Forward-Guard is I 6 i 1 Bridgette Kirkpartrick signals for the ball. Kim Ott tries to fake a pass. .Carmen Schmitz and Cheryl Canaday rest at the freethrow. Sharmaine Devilliers breaks for the ball. D f '!", .' 211 Kim Ott listens patiently while Coach Jordan gives pointers. Varsity team discuss plays before the game starts. Shirley Turner shows off her pet. The Varsity team seems to get serious with the game. Kim Ott presses her luck for a free shot. X l!li' -. 212 ayiplwp- irl . .IBHSK tb Il Left to Right: Kay Kazda, Connie Graham, Melissa MCage, Debora Davis, Sherri Purvey, LaShaun Curry, Dawn Quinn, Patricia Krebs. Center: Donna Brown. 7- , , H I A ,h I 'Q AMA 'tr i 'W 1 5 ,A we J Q. Ai, 'act Above: J. V. members, Sherri Purvey, LaSaun Curry, and Above: J.V. members, Connie Graham and Melissa McCage set up for defensive Debora Davis are ready for action. action. 09 MQ, 213 , ,iff s 1 Seniors: 16 Kyle Walker - Pitcher: 7 Mike Lile - Catcher: 2 Randy Head - Second Baseman. Seniors: 9 Jeff Smith - Third Baseman: 15 Carl Sicking - Seniors. E Managers V - David I Cullum, thanks for H all the help. 10 David H -a': Woffard - Left fielder. - ,.,, ., ,,,,, 1, ,.i, ,,,, if I VVVVV W 4 "" is y , N . 3 X xg IXX 1, ,1:f, 'NQki'3"r": 'ff ' X I X X fee,-,.,,f'!g vv z , , t f W sr r a ara 1 N X l, , , xt tm, , 4 JM. L4 First Baseman. Coach: 21 Pat Benton, a lot Of thanks f0" Coach: 19 Jim Watkins, helping me team came to G.H.S. and through troubled times. turned the baseball DFOQYBIT1 ll'1t0 3 Wlnflef. :X I Juniors: 3 Carey Neal - Center fielder: 11 Darren Smith - Pitcher: 5 Jeff Dudley - Second Baseman. xx 1981-1982 ff Above tJuniorsJ: 4 Guy Nichols - Third Baseman, 12 Kyle Smith - Third Baseman. Left: 18 Doug Lockhart - Right Fielder, 6 Danny Fisher - Left Fielder. Right: 8 Martin Jones - Catcher, 1 Allen Bruce - Shortstop. Below Left and Right: 14 Mark Glenn - Shortstop, 17 Todd Huffman - Pitcher. During the season Phillip Stockwell, Randell Hall, Doug Herr, Bobby Snider, and Keith Otto left the team. During district Mark Glenn and Todd Huffman were moved up from the JV team. Also playing for the JV team on days when the Varsity was idle were: Jeff Dudley, Kyle Smith, Doug Lockhart, and Guy Nickels. Below Left and Below Right: This year's top pitchers Kyle Walker and g4,, g yy ix - S hqqt Darren Smith. They led the team through district for a 3-2 first half and a 4-1 second half finish, for a 7-3 district record. The non-district record was 5-5 for a 12-8 regular season slate. ff' ,J VVLL H , . 1 2 .- ,..2T1wt . T i z Q - ' , - ' ' , ' ,R . . -tt M if - QE re.. .' 1,--v 1"" N5 . -: ii Q-.fgim i'Tiif'1 y f3'f zf. 5- -if T 3319 'Q:tif?ls'f.i-22-'ii'iiiiileiiz Ixfwiisw s'Nii"fifi i 2 s 'f r i , X ei ,K Eg A - ' H - . P- -i-'-:" "'- Q Q . " sf .-.-vcd-5' --f"'1wf?iL.i.-.i . fS'55:'. f.5's.:. 1' . 1-9" '-'VI A -1.1-HV ' ir' 'V97'i14fi i - yi gi . kg, 5 Z Q Q - Y . yy 55551, 3. 'agsz-'U : -'WV"Tf"' -'Y - .:- s . .. ' T is " i - ' Y 1 ' f' . . . . ll. -. 1. 1- -iw f'P1-11--ag.: X , f iw ' f M: F '-sf it Q .. 5 , . .fwigsgg c it . Allen Bruce makes a long throw to first base. Danny Fisher gets a hit against Poly. E 216 ilu on 131 Randy Head smashes a base hit during a Leopard win. wanna lui ,435 i H, V 7 Coach Benton tells Guy Nickels to tag up on a fly ball. The Leopards looked good in preseason as they split a pair of preseason games with Boswell and beat a 5A district winner, Denton, 5-2. The Leopards opened their regular season with a game in their own Humbud Invitational Tournament beating Boswell once more. They later won the tour- nament by beating Northwest and Bonham. A game that really showed the Leopards potential was one against McKinney, 4A state runner-ups, where they lost 5-4 but lead most of the game. The Leopards wound up 5-5 in non-district play. The district season looked bright as the Leopards won the first two games over last years champion Po- ly and then Keller, before losing to Grapevine. They beat Carter 10-9 in a seven run outburst in the seventh inning to raise their first half record to 3-1 which set them up for a showdown with Diamond Hill to see who would capture the first half crown, but they lost 5-4. The second half was much easier as they rolled up four victories in a row against Poly, Keller, Grapevine, and Carter Riverside. Again they had a chance to claim a spot in the playoffs, but lost to Diamond Hill 4-3. So their district record ended up 7-3 as their total regular season ended up 12-8. Q: S Si 1' " X . if -A , , X lg. I ' Q 3 Q 'Ex 'nn' , Q A U , if 4 A ,,,,, Vw" mwah A I if wa ia mx' W , K. i . +wu.i-u.- . uv--annum-A as Todd Huffman looks for a signal from third base. , I . Mark Glenn is exhausted after the play. Jeff Smith complains about the umpires call as Kyle Walker h ' ' V is i 'mm"' W' . Qnmaces- David Woffard takes a cut at the ball against Nocona l!!! .' n fs Q. 'Q CD A. B-..3 Ii Qs ,- , ' ... 'Wlica -:iff e J I V ., ' it -- 19 V11 5 'Z if , .g f. - rg 3-eff ii ':'f'JH5?' V., 522 gf ,' P 1 :K - Q Ai if at aff ' ei Iiy, . ' af 1 : Wx rf jg, ' i i i z .2 , PK Doug Lockhart steps up to the plate against Poly. I I . Carey Neal gets ready to bat in an important district game. rr i,,i r iiii' Guy Nichols gets ready for a grounder at third. W- l . y ...QQEQ V4 - 'i A lv , ' . 1 ' "-" 7 ,, 1,77 ? il' I I In in f Q - f2li'i " 3 " 4 . 5i5fffXA1lf'E,w' I tf A it A it . ' ii J luaxiv W .,,,.. ' ' U' Wt' it ,,,. ff" w A 2 1 , ' M Jeff Smith gives the ball a good look over Jeff Dudley squares around to bunt. IQHSBIJEIII 1311 . - N: . 1 M' J li' f cr ' W 'Q gg if S, 'i N 5 First Row QL-Rl: Todd Floyd, Staley Molsbee, Paul Richey, Tommy Fort and Joey Hensley. Second Row: Anthony Windfield, Todd Huffman, Jon Zoda, Mark Glenn and Scott Anderson. Third Flow: Mark Coffman, Gary Schumacher, Glenn Posey, Coach Pat Ben- ton, Paul Boone and Price Birckhead. T K kbs in . V G' 5 if - Doug Lockhart puts all his might into his swings. J.V. players come into the dugout after a tough inning. M. on n .' -. 'Baa l' 219 FOR THE af o t fb f QOH 5 fx N- f if Xl, , ' l ' M1891 I ENN S TENN S TENN S LOVE Scott Davis 2nd Singles Shannon DeViIliers Kim Phillips - Dawn Parsons Mfgqggofgsn 1st Singles 1st Doubles 3rd in Zine lst in Whitesboro Tournament 1st in Whitesboro Tournament 3rd in Zone 4th in Zone K 220 ! O Punum Paul 2nd Singles Consolation - Whitesboro 2nd Doubles F THE GAME X Ajay Paul - Jeff McMahon Rod Lindsey - Kelly Clayton 1st Doubles 2nd Doubles nAA Alternates Alternate Mary Jo Riddle - Flithu Paul S I David Cole - Ken Steubing y I Julie Duffy 4 3 lung 221 DAIQID lL-Rl, 1st Row: Craig Mullins, Scott Stafford, Flob Henley, Tim Stevens, Greg Holt and Scott Anderson. Second Row, CL-RJ: Eddie Lowell, Steve Anderson, John Mulkey, Johnny Hunter, Mark Lewis, Tucker Crenshaw and Pete Oswald. ' J A ' Sl. , 4, --1 f ' 1,::w',i:wl 0 iiie ' X-,Q Life ? ' fi ':'. af? K JN wx ' A . . . X W 9 " , -We-a...,,-..,' ' L' -W , , "-l ff' Q23 LG, , . Pete Oswald ScottStafford JV Flrstmedahstmzone John Mulkey V Stacey Fail - JV Greg Holt - V Tucker Crenshaw JV IBDLFEIQS ,ws racy Snodgrass and April Holderman laugh First Flow, lL-FU: Renee McGill, Lisa Young, April Holderman and Tracy Snodgrass. Second Flow, QL-Fil: Eddie Vowell, Ashley lnnis, Rachel McCoy, and Pam Stinnet. their golf scores. gif f Pam Stinnett Ashley lnnis Rachel McCoy 3 X 'i ljlf X -.fix X 1 fl fri .a i 1 4 4 HI Ili . I U 1 'P' Flob Henley - JV Lisa Young JZ. 1s....a I im ' 223 K 224 l!l! 4 M. B0 iilfd TYHCK 1981-82 Team, Bottom Row: Willie Flowers, Dennis Hermes, Brian Dill, Troy Vincent. Middle Row: Malcom Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Carl Mims, Ricky Royal. Top Row: Tollie Royal, Daven Overstreet, Breck Montgomery, Dante Williams, Wilbur Manuel and Coach Dewayne McMeans. DiSCllS and Sh ll IDI12 DiSti':lI1CB I -it.-.3 ilbur Manuel, Malcom Johnson, Ricky Royal and Arthur Johnson. Wilbur Manuel, Brian Dill, Breck Montgomery and Malcom Johnson. ik iie DB ily ,ff 17 Track Coach Dewayne McMeans ' W in V Malcom Johnson, Tollie Royal and Ricky Royal. nr ww Q-av 45 DELL 225 400 Meters 100 Meters W l'llll'dl6l'S 2' ,K .if r .9 v QQ n-f-S f 7 3 X f f gf ' , 541 Wilbur Manuel placed first in each track meet except forthe Azle Meet and the District Meet where he placed second. Breck Montgomery placed in each track meet this year. Q The Mile Relay Team placed in each track meet this year The Mile Relay Team is: Brian Dill, Malcom Johnson, Wilbur Manuel, and Breck Montgomery. Wilbur Manuel qualified for the Regional Meet in the 406 Meter Dash. Arthur Johnson qualified for the Regional Meet ir the 100 Meter Dash. on l!lz Li z 226 ,MJ w Ann Kazda keepmg up her stamina Andrea Flowers IS embarrass wiv Blbllizlrd it QW The 1981-82 Leopardette Track team is From Row, lL-RJ: Kim Ott, Jana Herr, Carmen Schmitz, Lisa Shortnacy, and Angie Second Row: Coach Draper, Karen Steubing, Jessica Winters, Kristy Gilbert, Andrea Draper, and Ann Kazda. Top Row Gillihan, Patricia Krebs, Sharmaine Devilliers, Shieia Elder, Courtney Lewis, Rachel Dunlap, and Manager Debbie Lohbauer. Runners, Front Row: Karen Steubing, Carmen Schmitz, Kristy Gilbert. Back Row: Andrea Draper, Courtney Lewis, and Kim Ott. Fielders, Front Row: Rachel Dunlap, Shieia Elder. Back Row: Marsha Gillihan, Shar- maine DeViIIiers, Angie Sparks and Patricia Krebs. 1 THC HHI11 21.417 '12, 'C if Sprinters, Front Flow: Jessica Winters, Kristy Gilbert, Andrea Draper. Back Row: Karen Steubing, Jana Herr, Lisa Short- nacy, Carmen Schmitz, Courtney Lewis, and Ann Kazda. Middle Distance Runners: Jana Herr, Lisa Shortnacy, and Andrea Draper. Qi Sharmaine DeVilliers' best throws in the District Meet were Discus 103 ft. and Shot- put 30 ft. l Courtney Lewis' best times in District were 100M - 13:06g 220M - 27:02. At the District Meet, Courtney placed 5th in the 100M Run. Carmen Schmitz' best time in the District 5-4A Meet for the 100M Hurdles was 16:86, where she placed 5th. In 'S ll I eonard Scoreboard if LL1, ' Affffk-' .ff ,M i , JI, , QM. hih . hw RSlTfYMBASKEIBAl:LA Q .. 37 F. W. Poly . . , . . . 33 1es x4s Kelier ...... . sa 1 -W- Hr ,, , grde de ' Q ' ' L ' VZ.. K5 Lki- Q ., I ..X, " 'SPN :af . - "'- . w"w?fwmw5 5?v J" Y L ' Allk- .V Q ' BOP 40 SOP W A ' mf mv '---'- ."' 5 '-SW F ' eff , ,, .EKSQ 1 1- . f K IW' h1 IIL. I1i h h ' h 1 N Q M if 1 A ,..,, " --rf f - A--' 7 I sw Lfl' VLA' -L.i,:. W. QP 230 l!l!:- is 1 L-s'ef5fW ,swgfr'z'--3 A f ,-,,,- ,Lg ' . 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"' xx , Q uf:-H -fi, -' H ,4,eaggg:,-y X RQ X gh 5 Q X 5 Xl X X x ' Q Q M ' xx Xa Q, is 3 H Q . .K X NX Q Hill . saf 'LLL ff L " L 1 W f Poly ' - - 'i 41 0 ' 5 LSI "".WA' 5' " 'If' ' ' N' f 0 31152, 9 KSE L HMDHG1 - 34 I 5 33553 .'--- - 2 K . v,,, l k t"l-:L'f7fL':2?l Elk, 'fe e ,gig L-UL Q L, , , J . L W' -lLIV"w ..MJelzf.fL:. Q 'fm l. 1 wana, uw- ww " L' ' Lp, ' U7 lv 3 4 ' 5 ' -r' L - -ie , 1 leg -f wa 5 - vw: e VARSIIYTENNISA .eelneevlue 71 LDe65iurL'1L.Q4lfff F eGalnesvllle1 hDentonV7Qjqjf ,: , ,:, . l Gainesville 1 Ardmore V Whltesvoro Girls' Togrnafnentif Le 5 181 P1209 ..ll L Q 1:LfGelneSville7 Deviiw .41fli1?'f t LG4'L"95V"'9 1 Fif-if.Qa"'9SVf"9L2 f1f3iL,il933!UQSYi'l'-ie7L.e.L21:?ZliiB? 1' lf' WML .. MMM 1, 4 "-' ' v f- -.. .. A, .z1"f f March 1 ... ...W . L L March 4, 5, 6 9 -0 15 'GIRLS' OLF L, ,N ,mff 1 i Gainesville ' "'- L LL 5th Keller . -." ' 5th Kellerl S gutl Dlslrlct - A ., 4th ,l.. LL , K. ,,,,.. . -1. -- L fm l,,... V H .'k:l .-e. K Y I . L ff - mme fi we-.am eee, E r' ' ' .. - e , , , , 1 . f- M.. l W, I . e J f 5th 2nd 11th 2nd th st - Q' JL. Q- was , . . F 7 f .Q:- .Q ye- e.. e E1 L 1 ' Mk .1 - K We llle ...l .. .... , 1 , X-.' L ,, E' fl GIRLS JV BASKETBALL ,E A i 3, , . -- LA . L l.... Y Leopardettes Killer ....... 27 Leopardettes Qarter 30 Q. Leop rdettes ...... . 0 .- e Leop rdettes SW SW. llgamqngl ...... Q 1 'KW ,lf l " .ll.. s . ' Iee L .,., ,. L Leogardettgs 42 F. h . ifw ' -L +, -f f 'K af . - X e --" "" - I .-:Ee K L - . SQF-'1-1fd !5S 38 Keller -L ' 1 9896 ..... , K D , We We . L - Lf, .. : Q. " f' .-, U Q .. Y 1 - K 13 -f k ,V -- -'-- A . 1 . L L . 'A W ' L ... L ... L , "' h he i , WV' K '- S . ' LL L if - X , ' i f Q if ... . L", ' f fl' N Q V - 5 Q q .L 1:f" A -eie Le -L 7 -' ' ' "2-- "ff 1: . ' N e 'l" " ' " A L ' . . ..'h L ll'e .... .... we . L L L e-'h . uk lP.' .. .heh K .Lll .L L I ,N '- 3 2' , ,H .. J ff f 1 J,- , X . , f 'Q- , WZ. V K 'X M3 , , ,F 1 ff 5 Q2 ff V ' 5 1 :anal .1 N ' 'gvxtgq 4 , 'it 1 5 S- 'Q f X villa? f- far, x X Ah , v f' rms f V i p4.?I4f4'W'ifQ:sv,y Ky ,A f '1f:if ?fa+'r:."' . fri v V 4:52-1 ki V1 4 1,5 ' M115 if 1 gi ,wa , ,f ,W , 4 92 Y f , , K 5 K Y '56 QV W yf , lg , .ma X w ,S ' A V vs .. qi ., ,, Zz, WWMW' ' 233 , ff! Ns, ff by M Q Terri Murphree, John Fleidy, Kim Burchfield, Johnny Dill, and Angie somebody would actually take their picture while they are eating. Jeff Grewing gets tickled as he tries to learn the waltz from Mrs. McCain. Joe. Even though most of the people went western, John Reidy sticks to his "preppy" ways!!! an Sparks can not believe Erin Clower and Hank Schumacher show their talents by doing the Cotton-Eyed Joe. Sibling rivalry are forgotten as Cody and Donna Doty do the Cotton-Eyed T e unior Senior ubilee Spencer Leftwhich says, "Gee your hair smells terrific Ms. Hays." The Junior Senior Jubilee was held on a warm Friday evening in early May. The party was given in honor of the 1982 Seniors by the Junior class. After supper, country and western and disco music was played by John Schmitz and those who were not too stuffed by supper, danced to music by Hank Williams, Jr., 'Merle Haggard, George Jones, Joan Jett, the Sugerhill Gang, and the Commodores. The dance was successful and it was enjoyed by all who attended. Even though the basic music for the Jubilee was western, the students took time out to jam to the bus stop. Jeff McMahon and Brooke Stegall dance to some Hank Williams, Jr. at the Jubilee. 2 DDESIDEN . at S z 5 C A fm ...M ,A 'A lm. 1 ,,1, Be 236 I :n F5 .4 The Campaign Mem bers lor Jeff Grewing were: Manager: Ed Snodgrass Freshman: Joe Bayer, Kris Costin Sophomore: Natalie Hutchins, Danny Carden Junior: Suzan Crenshaw, Andrea Draper, Jay Zoda Senior: Kim Phillips, Tracy Snodgrass This year's president Paul Bianchi presides over the election. YOUR The Student e Dresident fer 1982-83 eff Erewin Y J:,r,,f,,5 'fi 'Q The Campaign Members for Coty Doty were: Manager: Shari Nickols Freshman: Scott Stafford, Dante Williams Sophomore: Carmen Schmitz Junior: Jeff Braden Senior: Shelley Taylor 153237 Senior Breakfast M 3 I "Oh, we love our morning juice, yes we do," sing the Mui """ awake John, Jerry, and Bernie. A "We have sure got the MUNCHlES," exclaimed Yvette, Sheryl, Jeff, and Michael. ' 'w These hungry Seniors line up for the morning feed. Come on, John. Those eggs can't be THAT good! "Doug, ifyou don't take smaller bites, l'm going to . . Here we go, a big toast to the ones we all know and love as the Seniors of '82, 238 Sunn Snlas Da fix "f :- , I ,, , ' 3 .,, - Q n F t 1 1 ,, 2, it f ' ' X iff' A',"' ,,,' WZ W L' ',,, WL-J" W L-'A K fiiiflr I ' "Mr-" F 'W' A wiv' Y'-J ff ff it ttttt Above: These mermaids, disguised as Seniors, seem to love our camera. Right: Sharon enjoys a little dip in the Rock Creek waters. fk Tear it up Blane, John, Don, Vince, Neil, Johnny, Ernest, Ken and Chuck iJerryt!! !.,..n- These Seniors know how to relax. They're the bathing beauties ot the '80's. M On Friday morning, May 14th, after the Senior Breakfast, that group of rowdies known as the Seniors of '82 made their way out to that big swimming hole known as Lake Texoma. The majority of this crew could be found at either of the more popular of the lake spots Rock creek or Juniper Point East These Seniors knew what to do when they got there and like any normal bunch of kids about to graduate had a good ol time in the cool water and the warm sun Allison takes in the sun at Juniper Point. , 23 9 The 1982 Junior-Senie GSSDIJTI-IEIQ OlNlh SSAGE THE QUEEN" ,gg sw: - f . K 4982 ROM CAPTAIN JESSE CASON 5 Q Teamwork ls the key to success when you're building a p Whlle painting trees, Randall Hall uses paint to get a shading ehect. I K hOt I p g th 1 b? Ascaffoldisused when painting onthe highwalls. I' I11 I'0SQl1t .QQ TIQADITIUNQ , ,di Yvette Richardson seems to be having the time of her life. i l Like many other teachers and parents, Mrs. Enderby was able to enjoy the Prom festivities. g N ...Q Ed Snodgrass and Paula Head share a coke while standing at the food bar. 6, v . Lv Scott Truesdell and his date take a moment to sit in the flower garden. f t t .ff M, 242 a lx X X4 Brian Oglelree and his date discuss their "plans" for after the prom. Even a GHS alumna can enjoy the prom. lLisa Green and Keith Hoedebeckj Cys of .ICO OO Lx ,Msg ,l 5 -f"""4 - S' Stacie Clement 6 V' dances to the music of David Tanner's Band. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM my 9- jf Moy 21, 1982 COMMUNITY CENTER 51.00 9:00 - 12 Kenni McKee, her date, and Brian Johnson enjoy talking the good ol' times. K If hole" most of the evening. dance with. wwf? G? Johnny's praiine seems to be too sweet. Kim Simpson enjoys sitting at the table and chatting with her friends. As the evening grows late, Cody Doty and Renee Schniederjan become tired. an added effect, this young boy sat at the Erin Clower tries to find someone SENIOR CLASS NIGHT May 21, 1982 - 8:00 P.M. Gainesville High School Auditorium Processional ..... . . . "Andante" . . ........ J. S. Bach Invocation .... ........................... P aul Edward Bianchi Student Body President Welcome .... ....................... S hannon Jill DeVilliers Class Vice-President Recognition of Outstanding Students .......................... . . .Ray E. Die Principal of High School Presentation ofAwards .........,.,..........,...... Walter C. Vincent Superintendent of Schools "So Little Time to Give" ....................... . . .Hannisian Senior Choir Members Closing Remarks .... .............,.... .... R a ndy Paul Head Class President The Key Chain - A Symbol . , . .... Stacy Lynn Stafford Alma Mater .......... ...... C lass of 1982 Cutting ofthe Key Chain . . . ........ Kathy Lynn Bomar Kimberly Kay Burchfield Recessional . . . . . . "Andante" . . . . . .J, S. Bach Dr. Vincent. The Seniors of 1982 fill the at Class Night. Rose receives her award here's to you '82 CLASS NIGHT AWARD WINNERS Carl Sicking - Valedictorian, Mathematics Tracy Snodgrass - Salutatorian Ernest Evans - D.A.R. Award, Athletics, Social Studies Shannon DeVilliers - Yearbook, English Marsha Gillihan - Art Jerry Bruton - Band Jeff McMahon - Stage Band Rose Dunlap - Commerical Subjects Robert Thacker - C.V.A.E. Bobby Dobbs - Dlstributlve Education Yvette Richardson - Drama Marti Trimble - Fletcher E. Morris Memorial Scholarship Melissa Chaney - French Q. t 'A at , ,M 1 fxgtif is ,ir tc J w W if :- Marsha is happy to receive the art award. Above: Carl Sicking is presented with the Valedic- torian award. Shannon is honored by receiv- ing the English award. Susan Welch - H.E.C.E. Angie Sparks - Homemaking Tim Stephens - Industrial Arts Frankie Enderby - Photography Tom Fluker- Science Linda Schmidlkofer S anish - P Stacie Clements - Speech Jeff Winters - V.A.C. Keith Hoedebeck - Vocational Agriculture Angie Hall - Vocational Office Eudcation Doug Herr - Woodshop All Senior choir members were recognized for the Choir award. . V HMP Above, QL-RJ: Robert receives the CVAE award as Keith is honored with the Vocational 5 A Ag award. ' Left: Come on, Jess, you can , A show those rett teeth of D Y yours. , - Right: At least Roy thinks he's A bad, even if Angie doesn't. rf ss, - R x 45 Q 5 1 5 1 E i xx -3 sa 'V' "fw"T i-W15S2'?f' E, If,If-fZ2??2Z:f5l'35fkf9l--1?P.rlWSAZQ3T423EWMM5Z59155-5,932553252-S5552iiiWEE53?'.E5'5w'Z55ii2i:f3?1l:5S535ii5i?'2T?174es'iT5I53Z1QS?k4i'S?7XQ'R5i3X5fi!itM5?ZE'i?Mxi341r?n5?fL7?55Zb3Pvs5a??'55511fS2EZ3f5ali25535iiiS2E5311254-5J11ek5iE?Sii'Qf2KZi?fYiI'V5YTM21253MMS5?if5 W?2W?l5iJfb5?3Cf??3ei5UfSSiZ+33EfQH1311'.:a?53--fifeiiFZE?f:'f " V --f':L--f27Z:5f5:f'- J X 'V' :if-viii' A T' ' fm, 2248 BACCALAUREATE May 23, 1982 - 2:00 PM. Gainesville High School Auditorium Processional . . , . , .March .... . . .Meyerbeer Invocation . .,....,.,.....,............. Reu. Jerry R. Delleney Whaley United Methodist Church "For The Beauty of The Earth " ..,.....,... ,,,. J ohn Rutter Chorale Sermon , , ,...,,....,,.,t,,........, Rev. Wm, Henry Horton Eastside Church ofthe Nazarene Response , . .,......... .... J ohn Lutkin Chorale Benediction, . . ..,....,.....,.....,........ Reu. Jerry R. Delleney Whaley United Methodist Church Recessional . . . .... March .... . . ,Meyerbeer No, Jerry. You don't have to make any important speeches today, sorry. right, folks. I've got a week left, and I'm out of herel!" exclaims Tye if i 'ra 5 These Seniors file down the aisle at the Sunday Bac calaureate service Left: Here we have the "5 W's" of the class. Above: Wilbur Manuel reflects on his Senior year as he walks down the aisle. -A 249 ang I close with this verse taken from l ancient Oriental Sanskrit: Look to this day! ' For it is life, the very life of life. ln its brief course lie all the verities and realities of your existence: The bliss of growthg The glory of action, The splendor of beauty. For yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision: But today well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, t:V, and every tomorrow a vision of I hope. Tracy Snodgrass "Listen Keith, you lost the bet. I'm gonna Jimmy Raney receives his diploma with graduate!" says Jeff. pride. F55 Mr' Die recognizesthe honor students. Here we go1 Slang! IL-Rl: Denna Buck, Belinda Brumley, Shelley Brammer, Mike Boase, Joh uml, and Tammy Berres. N A Mr. Trietsch tries to explain to Tom Fluker and Jeff McMahon that "Thank you very much sir. I truly deserve this," says Keith Otto. Honor Society doesn't get a standing ovation. Galla Ritchie, Mary Jo Riddle, Yvette Reidy smile for the camera one last time. Richardson, 'Q and John Kandy Bomar and Kim Burchfield take one last look at their classmates. The Valedictorian, Carl Sicking was the first to Jesse Hill has waited for this moment for twelve years. receive his diploma. We'll say good bye For we are out of time. But tonight can always last alive and l. Darin Goode, Stephanie Goodin, Ginny Grounds find saying "Hi Mom and Dadl" says Tina Griffith. "good-bye" to friends a little hard. K :Q And so, our friends, As long as we keep The memories of you 2 4 Tracy Snodgrass gives the Salutatory address. Doug Lynch thinks this is pictures. . . . Before l conclude tonight, Iwould like to thank our parents, Dr. Vincent, Mr. Die, Mr. Gibbs, our teachers, and all of the people who have touched our lives for helping us and putting up with us over the years. We could not have made it without their help. So now we face the adult future and make a break with the past. As we say our last farewell to Gainesville High, let us all recall some thoughts of the great romantic writer, William Wordsworth, on the passing of youth. "What though the radiance which was once so bright, Be now forever taken from my sight, Though nothing can bring back the hour Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flowerg We will grieve not, rather find, Strength in what remains behind. ' Carl Sicking no time for "And you think you're bad!" Allison Shaff says to Phillip Stockwell. President of the School Board, Pete Horn, presents Rose Dunlap with her diploma. sf Flight: Goodbye GHS, Hello World! Uohnny Barnett, Pam Autry, and Tammy Berresl. Far Right: Ruth Ann Sut- ton studies the program. 254 f Q? Q.. 1982 Senior Graduates ROBERT NEAL LOWRY DOUGLAS JAMES LYNCH ARL WALTER SICKING ..... ..,..........,........ RACY LYNNE SNODGRASS .. ...... .. DAVID WAYNE ALEXANDER MARK LWRENCE FROCHEN PAMELA LoREE AUTRY 'EDDIE CURTIS FULLER LARRY CHRIS BALDWIN DARLA DoLLENE GEE JOHNNY RAY BARNETT, JR. TAMERA ANN BERRES 'PAUL EDWARD BIANCHI JOHN LEE BLUML MICHAEL DAYTON BOASE ' KATHY ANN BOMAR SHELLEY KAY BRAMMER RHONDA GAYNELL BROWN BELINDA MARIE BRUMLEY 'GERALD ALEXANDER BRUTON DEN NA JO BUCK 'VICKIE JAN BURCH 'KIMBERLY KAY BURCHFIELD CHERYL LANETTE CANADAY JAMES JEFFERY CASON MELISSA JANE CHANEY SHERRY DENEEN CLARK STACIE DELANE CLEMENT SYDNEY ANN COURT DAVID KLINE CULLUM DADONNA MARIE DAVIS 'SHANNON JILL DEVILLIERS TOMMY LYNN DHANE DARRELL JOSEPH DIETER JOHNNY DAVID DILL KIMBERLY KAY DISHMAN ROBERT WAYNE DOBBS 'DONNA DOTY LEE ANN DOY LE BERNADETTE DUDENHOEFFER RANDALL LOYD DUNCAN 'ROSE MARY DUNLAP KAREN SUE DUTTON DONALD KYLE EARLY J'ANNE EASLEY 'FRANKIE ANN ENDERBY WALTER MICH EAL ESTES 'ERNEST MARTIN EVANS DAVID LEE FALTERMIER MAY JOYCE FARMER JEFFREY ALLEN FARR JUSTINE FARR KEITH SCOTT FISHER 'THOMAS WINSTON FLUKER, III LORI ALLISON FORD PETE LOUIS FRANCO n Q JAMES BYRON GILBREATH LA'VONNIA ROCHELL GILL MARSHA DENISE GILLIHAN TANA SUZANNE GLENN DARIN RAY GOODE STEPHANIE ANNETTE GOODIN VIRGINIA MARIE GROUNDS ROY FRANKLIN GUM ANGELA FAYE HALL DAVID RANDELL HALL JAMES LEE HARLAN, JR. SHERYL ANN HASSETT RANDY PAUL HEAD ANGELA KAY HEFFLEY JOHN WESLEY HENDREN CARMEN LEE HENDRICKS DOUGLAS TED HERR JEFFREY GLEN HERRINGTON JESSE FRANK HILL DANIEL KEITH HOEDEBECK WILLIAM HENRY HORTON, II TIMOTHY JOHN HOUGHTON BILLY KEITH HUGHES JODI LEE HUTCHINSON TROY LEE IDOM, III BRADLEY TIM JARVIS BRYAN ALAN JOHNSON DONNA SUE JOHNSON DORENDA DEE KIRBY RHONDA SUE KIRK KEVIN LEE KITE PRESTON LEON KLUTTS PATRICK JOSEPH KRHAL SHWNA BERNICE KRAHL LARRY CLAYTON KRAUSE KYLE LANE KUHN JEFFREY DON KUYKENDALL JOEY ELTON LANCASTER RACHEL LEE MCCOY KENNI LYNNE MCKEE DONNA LOUISE MCLERRAN JEFFREY SCOTT MCMAHON TONI LYNNE MCMILLAN VINCENT KEITH MANUEL ANGELA MICHELLE MARION DONALD LAMAR MARSHALL MORRIS EDWARD MARTIN TWYMAN DAVID MASSEY DAVID KENT MATTEWS JIMMY LEE MORRIS JOANNA LYNN MORRIS TERRI LYNN MURPHREE ROBERT DALE MURRAY . . . Valedictorian .......... Salutatorian NEIL ALAN SNIDER ROBERT DAVID SNIDER TRACY LYNNE SNODGRASS JUDY CAROL SORRELL DAWN RENEE' SOUTH ERLAND KRISTI LEA SOWDER ANGELA LARAY SPARKS STACIE LENN STAFFORD TIMOTHY SCOTT STEPHENS THOMAS GLENN STEPHENS KENNETH PAUL STUEBING TOBY LOUIS STOBAUGH PHILLIP NOLAN STOCKWELL PATRICIA LEA STOGNER RUTH ANN SUTTON SHELLEY DIANE TAYLOR BRADLEY RAY NEWMAN ROBERT DWAYNE THACKER ANNETTE JOI OTT JAMES CHRISTOPHER KEITH GREGORY OTTO TIDWELL MELINDA DIANNE OTWELL 'MARTHA MARIE TRIMBLE PHILIP WUGENE OVERSTREET SCOTT DOUGLAS VINCENT OVERSTREET TRUESDELL HENRY CLAY PACE MICHAEL JONATHAN EVA LEE PARSONS TURNER MISTI DAWN PARSONS KYLE DOUGLAS WALKER MICHAEL JOE PERKINS TWYLA SAIL WEBSTER GAYNA MELODY PERRY SUSAN ELIZABETH WELCH KIMBERLY ANN PHILLIPS STEVE WESTBROOK REBECCA PRESTAGE FREDA CHRISTINA WIEST JORDAN EDWARD PYBAS JERRY WAYNE WILLIS JIMMY FRANK RANEY, II DONALD RAY WILSON JOHN CHRISTOPHER REIDY YVETTE RICHARDSON MARY JO RIDDLE GALLA ANN RITCHIE HOLLY JANETTE ROBERSON DANA LEE RODGERS TAMERA ANN ROGERS ALLISON ADAIR SCHAFF LINDA BRIDGID DEBORAH LYNN LAUGHLIN SCHMIDLKOFER EDMOND GENE LEE CHRISTINE FRANCES LEWIS SHAWNA LYNN LEWIS WILLIAM FRANK LIEDTKE MICHALE DWAYNE LILE SHERRY LEIGH LINKS JEFFERY KYLE LLANO ROBERT BRENT SCOTT 'CHRSTINE SCRUGGS JERRY SERNA 'JANA LYNAE SHAUF CARL WALTER SICKING ELIZABETH MARY SIMMONS DENNIS RAY SMITH 'JEFFERY BENTON SMITH ' 'Denotes students who are members of the National Honor Society and Honor Graduates. " Denotes students who are Honor Graduates SAMUEL BLANE WILSON JEFFREY DEAN WINTERS DAVID LYNN WOFFORD SHARON YOVNNE WOOLSEY KENDALL YANCEY 255 I l Mrs. Virginia Armstrong Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. Lewie U 1 Ken Blanton Mr. 8t Mrs. Lloyd McCoy Beverly Boase Jack R. Merrick William W. carron -loyd 8t sue Nichols Mr. 8t Mrs. Jess Cason Dr. 81 Mrs. William F. Powell? T. M. Dickson, Jr. Vlrs. Lila Price Bill 8t Mary Dunlap - Dr. 81 Mrs. S. E. Saikin June Enderby 'Vlr. 8t Mrs. Pete Shauf George 8t Barbara Frochen Vlr. 8t Mrs. A. A. Sicking Jack 81 Beverly Graham Vlr. 81 Mrs. Jack L. Simmons? KenE. Heath ' 'Vlr. 81 Mrs. Bill Snider P l Mr. 8t Mrs. Howard W. Kaler Dr. 8t Mrs. Gordon Yeargan 1 I 4 Q' f...-Mus--1 1 S i . V-:ska ' 3 -6 V Riagg fr 'T ,,, Q ' nfs "6 , :Wav 5 7 , ,.,. i 7. 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