Garden City High School - Bearkat Yearbook (Garden City, TX)

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si Q, x I 9 R P H 'i i , ii . W, 1: 4 K I A 1 Ex H! ll ,L 'mi 1? 1977 BEARKAT iff fig?-, 35,5 ,ff '53 f J ' AKZL QSK + -A-X ' ' X A 0 by xxx L Published By Garden City Annual Staff Garden City, Texas Volume 23 Tainile C935 Gomtemts Huntzmbcilimeticomn it Aailmimisitmaticnm 73 Editor, Lance Johnson Editor: Donna Plagens Elonmncws 'W Aceaolefmicss ii Editor: Karla H man Editor: Lance Johnson Sli m SQHUMDH 235 Juuzmicmf Hi m C27 Sgncmits 433 Eilermeimitafegy Q77 Co-editors: De Wheat Editor: Donna Faye Lister Greg Frerich Qifgamiueriiioms C5133 Aciveieizioememts EEE Hzmcilexz 14369 We Awe Time New Gene axiiicnm Sometimes people sit down and look through their old annuals to reminisce about the good times. As they look, they see all of the people, the styles, and the events of the past. These good times are gone, never to be recovered. The time that matt- ers to us, is now. X The 1977 Bearkat is for us, the annual staff, the faculty, the students and the community. It's the people, the events, and the styles of now, the 1976-77 school year. It's for our unique generation. The things that happened this year will never happen again. The events are for 1.15, and us alone. We are the now generation! Many improvements have been made at the school this year. Over the smnmer workers put a new floor in the gym, and a new heating system was installed in the gym, in january. The roads around the football field were paved and a new press box was erected. Light poles and a new sprinkler system were also added to the football field. Many improvements were also added to the tennis courts. A JJ' f 6' .X f 1 U f H A' E ' X 11 " X I jf 5 ' 0 Q15 V p' 370 - F45--" J ef ' N? it .g g I' iff 'NSBA ' wg, ? ' 3121, 4 F3 ig i 'i lv, 1 . :yi 'J Our community is a very intricate part of our school. The people of the community help by support- ing the several clubs that the school has and by attend ing the sports events and other school activities. The community's economy is based on cotton and other types of farming, ranching and oil. Q fcftn 2 is -B fig Q y his i In Memoriam ,U Q , His heart was woven of human joys and cares Washed marvelously with sorrow, swift to mirth. The years had given him kindness. Dawn was his, And sunset, and the colors of the earth. He had seen movement, and heard music, known Slmnber and waking, loved, gone proudly friendedg Felt the quick stir of wonder, sat alone, Touched flowers and furs and cheeks. All this is ended. There are waters blown by changing winds to laughter And lit by the rich skies, all day. And after, Frost, with a gesture, stays the waves that dance And wandering loveliness. he leaves a white Unbroken glory, a gathered radiance, A width, a shining peace, under the night. Rupert Brooke Mr. and Miss G. C. jf I l-'E l Q 'tff'l f A 1,4 ' 1" 3: N KE J ij f i ,H+ llrif ! I A 5 I I Greg Frerich and Denise Jansa Denise Jansa and Greg Frerich are two people who partici- pate in everything. Their participation in activities is one reason they were chosen Mr. and Miss G.C.H. S. for 1977. If something is going on, they are the two people you can usually count on to be there. When Denise and Greg are assigned to a job -- they do it. It may take a little time, or it may not be exactly ready until the last minute, but it will be done. They are friendly and very easy-going people. Each of them is con- cerned about their appearance and behavior. Each of them Shows much respect for the people of this country. ost Like! ' 1 , 1 N 9 1 I I I n Q s u ,I M Linda Schwartz and Junior Herrera - V Y -I 5 I ff ga .4 Jr' 7' - f bfp ssif. . 'sr X 'ir' J 'A ' A: , F , F -' 4- --- - ' AH 2 lg , if '11 fi l V mv u 2 EIT . h I . T 'E I I Linda is found in a very familiar scene . . . Studying her bookkeeping. s T7 'G We caught Junior one day practicing his part of climbing the ladder to success. linda Schwartz and junior Herrera were chosen by the teachers as the two people most likely to succeed in the future. The teachers realize that the future has many new challenges that will have to be faced. They believe that Linda and Junior will endeavor to meet these challenges and do their best to succeed. These two people will not back away from difficult tasks. They have the ability and desire to excel in each of these tasks and to be successful in their efforts. all JB Hey! You aren't supposed to take pic- tures of me I'm the photographer. These two students were chosen for this honor by the teachers of G. C. H. S, 'Throughout their high school career they were willing to Work hard and accept roles of leadership. Some assets that Karla and Greg possess are: good academic ach- ievementg a cooperative attitude with students, faculty, and administrationg dedication to opti- mal achievementg and friendship to their peers and people in their community. Karla and Greg have a positive attitude toward life. This posi- tive attitude coupled with their friendly and help- ful spirit has made the best choice for Best All Around for 1976-77. - . L , I 3 f E ? I 1 I X , 1 I 1: Karla Halfrnann and Greg Frerich ....--f-f ,T Karla I-Ialfmann is caught by surprise as she helps Donna Plagens get notes for her Journalism test. Es E l , if 1 ii l iilg alll I . E ll ,fl ost Athletic I I V1 1, , iw . Pl 1 P Ixy fu U I fl i n l K i -L. ,.. ,i 1:2 55' 7 2 ' 'Q - ..- - .3-, Because of their athletic ability and their ex- tra desire to excel, Debra and Steve have re- ceived the honor of Most Athletic for the 19 76- 77 school year. They have each put forth a special effort to boost the Garden City Athlefic Teams to the zenith in competition. As a Fresh- man, Debra traveled with the varsity basketball squad, and was a starting guard her remaining three years. She has made quite an impression on the other players and on the visiting teams. She has received several All- Tourney awards through- out the years. Debra also played tennis during her high school years. She lettered in tennis her Sophomore year and has received several out- standing awards since then. Steve participated in all the athletic organi- zaiions sponsored at Garden City during his high school career. I-le played football for the Bear- kats and was a nominee for Hero his Sr. year. He played basketball and was a captain this year. Steve had the desire, and put it to use in track. He excelled to Regional in the 880 yd. dash several times and won many ribbons at other track meets. Steve also participated in tennis. He has given IOOWJ in everything and we are grateful he is a Bearl-cat. ' f'f?:lWT1L.'1'-S - Host B auti ' Hd! ,dl ' .K .r-Njf.1- l'M'f'- .... ,. --- .'T-- 'P' M" . f " ' Nancy Batla and Butch I-Ialfmann 1. Nancy models her favorite dress and hairstyle that she wore during Freshman Initiation. 2. Butch shows us that you don't have to be dressed in your suit and tie to be good-looking as he relaxes under the shade of the trees at lunch with a couple of friends. 3. Alone at last! 'IZ A .A x X lr: l I I1 y, K w A X 1 I I , i Donna Faye Lister and Amado Dela Pena Donna Faye and Connie Parker share a funny joke during study hall. Y Amado carries on a friendly conversation with Steve, Debra and Grace. Donna Faye and Amado were elected Friend- liest for the 1977 Bearkat not only for their friendliness toward friends, faculty, and class- mates this year, but also for the years past. Donna Faye and Amado were both transferred to Garden City at the beginning of their high school career, and after a very short time they both have many friends. 'I'hey always seem to go out of their way to be especially nice to every one they meet. You may have noticed, as I have, that every time you meet Donna Faye in the hall she is either smiling or has a nice word to sayg Amado . . . he's different. He doesn't only have a nice Word to say, chances are it will be funny. Their friendliness not only toward their friends, but to every one they will associate with tin the future, will win them a special place in everyone's hearts. I atest Because of their concern for their appearance when they are around people janet and Brad were chosen "Neatest" for this school year. Any time you see either of them they are dressed and groomed nicely. They even look good on Monday morning. ' T Bradley Calverley and Janet l-loelscher no gc ,c -c,,,,1af.,-.arise 1. just look how nicely Janet is dressed for the big occasion of Freshman Initiation. 2. Yes Bradley, you look very nice. Q17 0815 Studious' 1 p D JY, :ggi-G I r X Of all the people in Garden City High School the students selected Belinda Jost and Lance johnson as the two that study the most. They are constantly taking things home to do. They are both active in many organizations and have to make a special effort to do their studies. Every day on the way to the bus we find them carrying loads of books. Studying around Gar den City isn't easy with all the activities going on and we ad- mire these people for their ability and desire to learn. Belinda Jost and Lance Johnson 1. We find Belinda in the Library studying, which is not an unusual scene. 2. Lance is busy at work on his section of the school newspaper. ost lf When Kyle and Debbie were chosen as the Most Mischievious people on campus, not many people were surprised. If you have ever met Kyle or Debbie you would know that they will do anything to get a laugh. Debbie has proven her ability to be mischievious by doing such things as crawling under library tables and sticking her tongue out in an important picture that the photographer needs for tomorrows deadline. Kyle has a different way of being mischievious. He usually thinks of the dumb ideas and then gets all the Sophomore boys to help him carry out these dumb ideas. He is also a very carefree person as we can tell by the picture of him. For these reasons Kyle and Debbie are the Most Mischievious couple for 1976-77. 3 E 1 , YY fl If fs",,,,U ,Ihr . .,fr5::.y-., , ' - -, , 5: " . w..-1',:5f5- , . ' - U ., . l Hip. -,, f in-1.4-, 1.511 V 3 , r l' .1 "V 'aff ,W -N if J, Pr ,Q f rf' a .lo at tiff- fb if 77 ff' " si- -'Q Kyle Lister and Debbie Beasley l l 1' 1 f. D ff -1 "U - 'I 'I 1 . M. v ,?. 1' H "AP ' , -L ost l!VifiWE 1 Q 5 lyme fkiil 55 Et ll ii W! si 5 Karla Halfmann and Clay Kingston . , ' Spirited 1 I 1 I 'w ! ll iff EF ri 0.1 in ily R 5. ,,. X fr 1 1' ' M' ,.4" 3 yu , H' ' 'f my ,r - Hag! , 'EVLN Yly '5' , 2' I 1,1-.-N f. ' 'l N I ' Ai I .,-, ..,-- A V- l . - , .. . U ev. ,ffxa :iff Karla and Clay were chosen as Most Spir- ited for many reasons. They have good at- tendance at school activities and try their hardest to encourage the athletes and every- one else to do their best. They show a posi- tive attitude toward school, and school ac- tivities, and are concerned about the per- formance of the teams and individuals. Their enthusiasm is another reason they were chosen Most Spirited. Their enthusiasm gave con- stant support at pep rallies and related school functions. . f ' 17 A. 64 4 .Af Q A fs 'ng' . I I YI 'lil "I I r I .lk 4. xl' "Tian , ,,- A I etball Sweetheart and lfr Denise Jansa and Wayne Hirt, our Football Sweet- heart and Hero for 1977, have really earned this award. The secret balloting was conducted by the Pep Squad and the football players. They put careful th- ought and careful consideration in choosing the candi- dates. After all, choosing a Sweetheart and a Hero is serious business. The two groups wanted two people who represented all the qualities they admired: strength, determination, guts, ability, vigor, and the desire to excel. These are the qualities they felt were needed to best represent the football team of G. C.H. S. 'Denise was cheerleader her jr. year and head cheerleader her Sr. year. She tried her hardest to keep the spirit of the Bearkat team boosted. Wayne showed much desire and was a key player on the fighting Bearkat squd. BELOW CENTER-Debra, Denise Schwartz and Grace, listen attentively as head cheerleader Denise jansa explains the moves for Fridays pep rally. BELOW RIGHT- Wayne Hirt and some fellow players head out of the dressing room before the pep rally. Wayne Hirt and Denise Iansa l . 5, - LEFT TO RIGHT-Alex Medrano, Linda Schwartz, Grace Medrano, and Steve Smith. ,,, -, . - , SH M 2 . , ,Q H f I Qi I ,l I+! 1+ , I " fill 'ig L:-35' NI: 1 if " 31 im 'Y TI ' IV- 'z ?A Steve Smith and Grace Medrano Linda Schwartz and Alex Medrano ne- vt " " Pla!! QBACK-L-RQL. johnson, D. Woo- ten, B. Calverley, W. Overton, K. Lister, D. Hillger, K. Half- mann, M. Halfmann, M. Mc- Dowell, M. Schwartz, T. Saw- yers, S. Schwartz, T. Hoelscher, P. Blissard, L. Schwartz, C. Sch- Wartz, N. Tidwell. U l. L. Participants 4 wwg- janet I-Ioelscher-Regional Qualifier QBACK-L-RQL. johnson, J. Hoelscher, M. Schwartz, D. Plagens, K. Hirt, Prose Reading-is found practicing for MIDDLE. T. Hoelscher, S. Bean, D. Lister, S. Schwartz, FRONT. L. Fre- the District Meet. rich, L. Caistenson, N. Tidwell, B.Jost. ' T ., - 1 , . J . V wr . .lv I Belinda Jost-Regional Qualifier in Typing won Donna Lister-Regional Qualifier in Feature Story Writing 3rd at the District Meet. working hard on her stories. 20 A Vzlledictorian Salutatorian , 1 21 I1 i n O Denise Jansa, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester jansa of St. Lawrence received the honor of Valedictorian of Garden City High School with a four year average of 93.26. Receiving the Salutatorian award for Garden City High School, was Karla Halfmann, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Halfmann of St. Lawrence. She had a four year average of 93. 11. Greg Frerich was the High Ranking Boy for the year of 1976-1977, Greg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Frerich of Garden City. He had a grade average of 90.43. S ring 60 mation Jorge Paiino and Crystal Overton 12th grade-Ricky Garcia and Rosa Trevino 11th Grade-Alex Medrano and Rose Hoelscher , W I 1,,, Y 1. ' T, . i 1061 Grade-Mark Halfmann and Patsy Blissard 8th Grade-Scott Hillger and Dinette Plagens A ' ........ ---M 4' 3' Wi? - - " -.gm-gi 'fi agdie 7th Grade-james Tmner and Sharon Smith ontes whlch we con s1der the SPECIH1 Semo A d th 1 ft f STQIECEIIIAHL SISINHIIQIQS rs. Below we see e catch him with a ce Grace Medrano a . ual scene. X- f"" -If O X? In Q, X7 x N X G33 QAIIHDUATJES3 F 9777 From pig tails to diplomas is a long road that many members of the class of '77 have traveled together. It was a rocky road in spots, but the 12 years it took to uaverse it were not without their joys as well as their serious side. Now, on the threshold of graduation, we come to the parting of the ways. Some will scatter to various The Senior Class chose these officers to represent them for the school year of 1976- 77. fl.. TO R. Q- Sheila Halfmann -Sec- retary, Greg Frerich -Vice President, Debra Hoelscher -Treasurer , and Debra Wheat -President. colleges 5 others immediately will assume jobs and take their places in the community. But those years were spent together in the Garden City School -- grade school, junior high, and finally, high school -- have cemented a tie that will resist the inroads of time itself . GARRY Football LARRY BATLA Football 1,2 ,4, Basketball 1,2 , Class Vice President 3, Student Council 1, Beta Club 2,3,4. BATLA 1,2,4, Basketball 1,2, Class Vice President 2, Secretary 3, Beta Club 2, 5,4. MIKE BLISSARD Football 2,4, Capt. 4, Track 1,2, Halloween Candidate 2, Bachelor Living 2, Welding 4, Shop 2, 3. JANICE FOWLER Track 1, Basketball 1, P.E. 1, Pep Squad 1,2, Regional Qualiier shorthand 3, FTA 4. AMADO DE LA PENA Transferred from Paint Rock 1, Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Capt. 4, Most Improved Forward 2, 3, Tennis 3,4, Spring Festival King 3, Class Reporter 3, Favorite 3, Beta Club 2,3,4, Friendliest 4. DENICE FREELAND Track 1, Pep Squad 1, Volleyball 2, FTA Historian 4. RICKY GARCIA Transferred from Central High 4, Basketball 1, 4, Track 1, Bachelor Living 4, Spring Festival Candidate 4. SI-IEILA HALFMANN Track 1,2,3, Regional 1, Basketball 1,2,3, Manager 4, Class Secretary 4, Favorite 3, Pep Squad 1,2, 3, Beta Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4, FHA 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 4 GREG FRERICH Football 1, Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Capt. 4, Track 1, Class Pres. 3, V. Pres. 1,4, Student Council Rep. 3,4, Beta Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Talented 2, Most Studious 3, Best All Around 4, Mr. G.C.H.S. 4. Capt. 4, KARLA. I-IALFMANN Basketball 1,2,3,4, Regional 3, Track 1,2, 3,4, Volleyball 1, Class Treasurer 1, Beta Club 1,2, 3,4, Sec. -Treas. 3, Student Council Pres. 4, FHA 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 3, lst V. Pres.,4, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Drummer 3,4, Short- hand Reg. Qualifier 3, Most Mischievous 3, Best All Around 4, Most Spirited 4, All Star Cast One Act Play 2, Honorable Mention to All Star Cast 4. Who's Who 4. 1LLf'--IQiV- JUNIOR HERRERA Track 1,2, 3, Bachelor Living 2, Welding 4, Basketball Manager 3,4, Most Likely To Succeed 4. CHARLEY HUNT P.E. 1,2, Class Favorite 2, Most Mischievous 2, Welding 4, Shop 1,2. DEBRA HOELSCI-IER Beta Club 1,2,3,4, FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, FTA 3,4, V. Pres. 3, Secretary 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3,4, Halloween Candidate 2, Student Council V. Pres. 4, Biggest Flirt 3, Basketball 1,3, 4, manager 3, Track 1,2,3, Most Improved 1, Regional 1,2, Who's Who 3, Annual 3,4, DENISE JANSA Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Capt. 4, Regional 3, Most Improved 1 Tennis 3,4, Regional 3, Football Sweetheart 4, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Drummer 2, Cheerleader 3,4, Head 4, FHA 1,2, 3,4, Recreational Leader 3, Pres. 4, Beta Club 1,2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 1, Secretary 2, Favorite 1, Miss G.C.H.S. 4, Student Coimcil Rep. 1, One Act Play 2, 3, Hon. Mention 2, All-Star Cast 3, Who's Who 4. GRACE MEDRANO Basketball 1, Track 1, P.F.. 2, Pep Squad 1,2, 3,4, Cheer- leader 3, 4, FHA 1,2, 3,4, Volleyball 3,4, Capt. 4, Spring Festival Queen 3, Friendliest 3, Office 3, FTA 4, Class Favorite 4, Sweetheart Candidate 4, Who 's Who 3,4. CONNIE SCHWARTZ 1 FHA 1,2,3,4, Pep Squad 1,2, 3,4, Drummer 4, Basketball 1,2, manager 4, Track 1, Volleyball 1, Library 4, One Act Play 4. LINDA SCHWARTZ Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Regional 3, Track 1,2, 3,4, Volleyball 1, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4, Head Drummer 3,4, FHA 1,2,3,4, 2nd V. Pres. 4, Beta Club 1,2,3,4, FTA 3,4, District Chaplain 4, Pres. 4, Student Council Rep. 2, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Class President 2, Secretary 1, Fa- vorite 2, Most Likely To Succeed 4, Who's Who 4, Armual 3,4, Megaphone Writer 3,4, Sweetheart Candidate 4. STEVE SMITH Football 1,2, 3,4, Capt. 3,4, Football Hero Candidate 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4, Tennis 1,2,3,4, Most Ath- letic 4, Track 1,2, 3, Regional Qualiier 2, 3, Most Im- proved 2, Halloween Candidate 1, Class Favorite 1, FTA 3,4, Welding 4. CINDY THOMASON Basketball 1, Track 1, Tennis 1, FHA 1,2, 3,4, Pep Squad 1, Volleyball 2, Most Mischievous 2, Student Council Rep 3, FTA 4. didate 4 DEBRA WHEAT Basketball 1,2,3,4, Regional 3, Capt. 4, Most Athletic 4, Most Improved Guard 2, All-District 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3,4, Regional Qual. Doubles 2,3, Mascot 1,2, Cheerlegder 3,4 Halloween Candidate 1, Class Pres. 4, FHA 1,2,3,4, His- torian 4, State Voting Delegate 3, FTA 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Student Council 4. .-.' -fx 'P ,, - -3 'X w.eJ'fl,f Q!!-Inn.,-1 F in M ,A W v..,ewsV5I'??.Wf.,0 g 2, fi' ROSA TREVINO Transferred from Paint Rock 4, FHA 4, Sprmg Festival Can 1 A I 7' ,iff fl.: YWY , 1'.,f , " .SJ " 93'3'4z",: 1 . ,. 1 s '. .Qi '. X7-" ' v , 1-, . 3".kfv V - A , 'lg zu ' , -- . QL. Ag' 'cl W v-,L4..- f-5-' ,-n..,1- - rf. P, ,VI . , 55 AL W2 M J E ..-qf,,g,g.-Tv-.1 Q L ,H v 3.3 ' . 4 A -Q '-F1 E'-H." . 'Q' -' H V gy. A - P-SS'--w"Y'fg ei' v- - bf ,. A, . bg lJF1'1i.1xL- ' A I' ' Y'.:, . " ' -"' ,-"' . ,yi V 'wg' ., lffff ' "",.1"6'1,I.g,1 " 3 -1.7.5. gr D.. Edit. I rv , ' 1- --1, J: . 7 fF,4f:. , 4 V.-A. 35.49, w X'1ii'?7,-L.- -' V ' ' ' P E151-.'f 1 " . " v .J ' ' ' " TQ as J .VJA . f , " 4 -5 M21 -. ff- . , , ,xi fig. A512 "I " 'li ' V mi ' 1 , LU + . ' , 'i ni? -' , Q . K ,- f 1 , ,. , X - 3 .. . L VI. 5 Q11 ' f 7.-: L 1 7. 4 '. r . A ' R4 1a-'- i 'fly wg g' rv 'H ,gaikfw Q-'LL X,-s . 'A 1'. J zz fl X. . , I, l w,,.. 4 if u,,,.,4 V. , u, N "-,gv-1"Yff-I 'Q- ' x vt. 1 4. ,pq - mv' A gn - f pix Y: , 'Vx j'iffr'3 . ,1 ,LILSAM I L '. if F5-ff ,'f W I 51- 13:41 51- ' E A 'af I 41, B H ,A . 3 5, gl 1 1 5 HX ,A K JJ M..-f of j f ' 'R 14. I-,. ., 2 .f -F ,ml - ,ik si, I 2yf':' f A ., ,.,', .7 - V 1 , ,L - '- 2, Cf'i?4,,,:f., Ury- " ,f f-Pijiq a tf3N?f 'st' lf ' Q, BX afeiflf .'...L w I . ,, 13-ag! Q. 'fax I X NIM 5 ,Q .V . 2 ,r QUQWJIIAJL QUUHNH 01883 Butch Halfmann and Donna Lister are two special people which were chosen as the jovial juniors. Both are friendly, help- ful and beneficial to the junior Class. BE- LOW Donna is studying over one of the man articles she has written for the G. C. Y Express. Butch is busy working on a shop project which he seems to enjoy. Y IWIIW ,ah 0 - Q A I 69 gn! Y 4' Q-v-via-are-. -4-:.'-3-1.1-9 1.4 QINUTENJNQTQS Delilah Barnes R, -15- A, l., . X fwfr r I Shonie Bean Jimmy Bednar , "Y 1 V' ,-I xx f I ? - I X i y y , vp X .gf I Q x , , ',m.g3.: gifs A vs f f':"1a., ' ', A' "Q -"F ' 7 . ini. I X -, 1 , ,C ,,, , , The junior Class chose these officers to represent their class. Donna Lister-Secretary, Rose Hoel- scher- President, Donna Plagens- Treasurer, and Wayne I-Iirt as Vice-President. Tonya Carstensen Evette Coffman Ramiro Garza Mary Guerra l,1 ,, Qi X Butch Halfmann Wayne I-Iirt Rose Hoelscher Lance Johnson Donna Lister Alex Medrano Connie Parker Travis Pate x Vw ...W-4' NV Y' Donna. Plagens Lonnie Fruit Maria Sancha Mary Kay Schwartz 1 3 1. Alex Medrano shows off his ring after several years of waiting and many hours of work. 2. As the juniors got their rings, everyone made sure they fit. Donna Plagens trys her ring on for size . 3. Signing a cast is fun! Connie Parker and Delilah Barnes put their autographs on Evette Coffman's leg. 4. Precision becomes a must as Butch Halfmann works hard to get the right cuts for his project. SCG WAX TLJ3 SQ? QJISIIQNIXQIRQJELS ' ff LI I f " 1 ' Mark Halfmann and Lynette Schwartz r I Il V 2 were chosen to be the Sociable Sophomores. 5 As they communicate with the rest of the Sophomores, they feel Mark and Lynette were perfect for this honor. BELOW Lynette is seen posting an important announcement If on the bulletin board. While Mark is seen , y in a familiar scene of quenching his thirst. 1 0 l N .1 . l 1 c y X 1 1 1 I 1 f V . 1 t ,i - fm,zffify,M ' 32-',.4P"c-vt,-Q? .1 -.QQ , -1, 4 -,. 1 I y ,fmwwgg K -QU, up ' .QW W " " L nr "" ' " sv: 5 r 3 SQTQJSKQMXQIQIES The Sophomores feel they have chosen these leaders to help accomplish their goals this year. They are Bradley Cal- verly- President, Trudy Hoelscher- Sec- retary, Dale Hillger- Vice-President, and Mark Halhnarm- Treasurer Not Shown. ll Bradley Calverly Hugh Covert Jose Garza Gloria Gonzales i ---is f- 4 I L. Oralia Guerra Danny Halfmann Emma Lou Halfmann Mark Halfmann T F V 1 1 Dale Hillger Kevin Hirt Trudy Hoelscher Belinda Jost N . yn ., , L, Tina Bednar Patsy Blissard Erasmo Barrera 'ilu ,IV , -. 'Win 71 Clay Kingston Kyle Lister ., -'gi Mac McDowell Q Eleazar Olivares ,iifilYgLYfY sf. Nikki Tidwell David Wooten Wesley Overton jo Ann Perrnenter Carmella Ramirez Lilly Sanchez di Tammy Sawyers jean Schwartz , -, b Lynette Schwartz ' , Sandra Schwartz x lg, qw, QA R Q 1. Mark I-Ialfmann and Kevin I-Iirt have given up hope while Dale Hillger, Wesley Overton and Kyle Lister still hope for that one chance in a million for a great discovery. 2. Clay Kingston keeps the spirit of the Home Economics class alive as Mac McDowell finds the conversation enlightning also. N X , .,. " HI ,M 1 ,-.,.., ... TFQIIQTUJNIAUFJEQ 3 PJ QESJIEIIMU SN , I Er I Jorge Patino and Denice Schwartz were chosen as the Fortunate Freshmen. The Freshmen felt that Jorge and Denise were their best choice. BELOW Jorge helps Deb- bie Lister look for a book in the library stand. Denice Schwartz is busy in Home Economics as she prepares a delicious dish which always makes everyone hungry. -- 3- .rel fgi nvgza'-1 J, cg'QSIv:Q.a'ejf:i'.i9 J' "2f:3i5j Q?" 'rs 5313-' " Y '3i'f-1 Y u lf? IIQIEMSEJISIIMKJ SN The Freshmen chose these officers to lead their class through 1976-77. Janet Hoelscher- Secre- tary, Denise Schwartz- Vice-President, Crystal Overton- Tre asurer, and Nancy Batla- President 4 Bobby Beck ' 1 Lisa Carstensen Ricky Creswell Lupe de la Pena 'NN - :rsh ,J . - A f ' Tim Derrick ' ' Lani KayFrerich 1 . . Rudy Guerra 3 1' ',,. Darrell Halfmann I in 4 if Q I 9- . . if 1-. a Fran Halfnfnann Gary Halfmann Larry Halfmann janet Hoelscher Debbie Lister Juanita Lopez Cruz Olivares Crystal Overton Susan Pate Jorge Patino Robbie Patino Vivian Permenter , 1 ' i 4 , 7 ,ww FY' 7,77 YY ,af .Q ge, 4 4, N 11, SX 1 : ,A hr V A v' 1' X f get iflfgiq .. As, a' X f i il 'fi 'L VH' David Porter Veronica Porter Danetta Schafer Theresa Schraeder Denise Schwariz Dorothy Schwariz Lucy Trevino Pedro Trevino tg, W i 1 Q.!'7", ' , P s A h i 5 f , rx F. d iv M ' ' up 1- .- ua . rf- During initiation many of the Freshmen girls attended school wearing the same hairdo and clothing as janet Hoelscher shows us here. Boy they were a sight to see ! T Q' , '-,-fflf':'a-vm-, - x 'Y' lg :N S I h G .2 J I L , I . .1-H hhltlu- -uf, -0.10: . . , ' '. - " f..v-"ta, 5 gt- f ' .ya -,il-Se fa-1..--P 1f..'f'!-n'f,:u -M., I ' Q:--,'e'.w,' .. -4551,--fvi.' 'Sara' M , 4- -.- . ,M . , . .,. ,. 1. f,-,-1,'.,:, ' -" 1. - .'- 14 M f .-'.'-, .-. , 1 -.. " TOP LEFT: Coach Flournoy, Coach Light, J. Garza, M. B lissard, B. Halfmann, W. Hirt, S. Smith, Coach McKinnon, 2ND ROW LEFT: D. Wooten, B. Calverly, K. Lister, J. Patino, W. Overton, D. Halfmann, BOTTOM LEFT: E. Barr- era, K. Hirt, E. Olivarz, C. Olivaxz, T. Derrik, J. Barre 'I 1. The Bearkats fire off at the snap of the ball during the Forsan game. 2. Wes Overton attempts a field goal while Alex Medrano hold during pregame warm-up. ra, R. Guerra. Captains Steve Smith, Sr. Mike Blissard, Sr. Alex Medrano, jr. Wayne Hirt, Jr. 1 Coach Flournoy looks attentlvely at the talented Junior High Beakats 1n 2 Jumor Hlgh runmng back, Tony Pmones, sheds a Sands tackler as the 1. Larry Batla comes off the field, as the defense holds Klondike on a 4th down. af?-X N W.-J.:-V' . w-5 ., 2. Wayne Hirt defends a pass against jayton. 4 k J I Z K 'Q .' a lla 'fa' 1-f reef' 3. The 1976- 1977 football season opened with the Ozona Ni, ff Y. . , scrimmage. Dale I-Iillger sweeps around right end, as jose "ff ' ' ' ' Garza makes a block to spring Dale on a long gainer. Q 4. Wayne Hirt completes the halfback option that is run out of the Veer offense. 1 2 1 4 -. "gf-"7 ' ,- N fy! ' :gg A- P14 HF:-EP A l: Q N Wfffciu. ,------" e ff f ff" .. 4 ev ,,1' -. :Ah ,-197 -77 FOQTBALL SCHEDULE X ' .1-' -E ' gI earkats Opponents O Mertzon 16 f - o Sands 13 ' A if 16 Klondike 0 ff I 26 Miles 6 2 lg' 18 Borden Co. 19 o Ruby L16 8 Sterling Ci-ty 3h , 5' pf? 6 For-san 52 , , J f o Jsyton 2 , 6 Loraine I ..., .. o , .. -V ' ,-. - f- " " fe J" 44 .3 reg? 8 U Q WD FRONT L TO R: J. Hoelscher, D. Schwam, M. Sanchez, G. Medrano, N. Tidwell, C. Ramirez, L. Sanchezg BACKL TO R: Coach Stringer, T. Carstenson, L. Schwartz, T. Sawyers, G. Gonzales, S. Schwartz, V. Permen- ter, Manager. F 1 1. Grace Medrano sets up for Lilly Sanchez or Tonya Carstensen to spike it over against the Westbrook de- fense. 2. Grace Medrano, Sr., Captain 45 1. Gloria Gonzales returns a serve against Water Valley in one of their rough games. Sandra Schwartz looks on. "" 2. Teamwork is a vital asset of a winning team. Sand- ra Schwartz sets the ball for Grace Medrano and Gloria Gonzales. 3. This is the 1976-77 Bearkat volleyball team taking 1ime out to get a few pep words from Coach Swinger. The girls have really worked hard this season and have improved rapidly. They received a Consolation Tro- phy in the Grady Tournament. 4. Sandra Schwartz is diving to the floor against the Grady Wildcats trying to pick up a spike as Tammy Sawyers and Lilly Sanchez stand ready to help. 5. Gloria Gonzales reaches high as she spikes the ball over for another team point against Water Valley. 3 '- , 1. ' Fu 1'-4 ..J. J x iA7e?9"aQf. rQf'3:i' ' 11 ' TV, Qxglf' 'f-'fjz P-1,47 " 7-VQLSZZREZ 1 A ' 'II vi' H" ' ,,. .. ..A..u-iw Niall! tnanvlrsasnnnuu W.. ,.1,., .1 J-.,. ,, x , rx I' ar HAH 23. A 3? - dv' 9 'i"?'W 'L y 1 Q1 QQQ i3 U53 ars1ty SITTINGL TO R, M. Schwartz, L. Schwam, E. Halfmann, T. Hoelscher, F I-Ialfmann K Halfmann D Plagens D. Wheat, KNEELINGL TO R, D. Hoelscher, D. Lister, N. Batla, R Hoelscher D jansa, P Bhssard STANDING L TO R, Coach McKinnon, C. Schwartz "Captains" STANDING L TO R, D. Wheat, Plagens, D. Jansa, KNEELING, Coach McKinnon D. -aip- ox? 2 3 V ,,,.o- ix, 1 1. Theresa Schraeder works with two Seniors, Karla Half- mann and Debra Wheat, to sti- fle the Grad attack. 2. Karla Halfmann jumps high for a tip against Rankin during the Garden City Tournament. Debra Wheat and Trudy I-loelscher get ready on de- fense. 3 . PatsyNBlissard puts in two points against Grady. 4. Fran Halfmann looks for an out let pass against Eola . Debra Wheat and Rose Hoelscher helped beat the heavily favored team. 4 T Qi -it 2 'if QQ 31 'T33.fI?-1 5 T 1' I I Y, 'Il ' rn rg D1str1ct Record I li " t T' ff WINS LOSSES W X - GREENWOOD 9 1 W if T- E??AIlglDl3.NNC1TY 3 5 .Q W . '- .ul Wfygllifzjli WATERVALLEY 4 6 ' f f .J GRADY 2 8 E, 5- ,i STERLING CITY o 10 ' Q: I T, S .. I iii gf!! Il, YK-F 3 1. Denise jansa looks inside, trying to pass the ball to either Donna Plagens or Linda Schwartz. 2. Denise Iansa sets for a "two pointer". 3. Fran Halfmann presses the "reject button" on a Greenwood player as she chokes another possible score. 4. Triple teamed, Donna Plagens still puts down two points. EPR! Q Q-J .. figs' n Q.. -:2:.,',-sgiin, 2'iri4:U::-:- l u Q . up n u s f:'.:.::g2g!g,' ":gS:,2.'f' X. 5. -C IDP' 'B M.. ,.4g,:h.., .A I' KNEELING, QL TORJL Schwartz, L Carstenson, D Schwartz C Overton D. Schafer, I. Lopez, STANDING LTO R Coach McKinnon S Schwartz, O Guerra,j Permenter T Bednar D Schwartz, D. Lister, T. Sawyers, T. Dorothy Schwartz puts up a shot against Grandsfalls during the Garden City Tournament. Nancy Batla and Tina Bed nar scramble for the possible rebound. QUE! SD L my S342 I Q31 ii 1. Linda Schwartz drives around "Huffer Puffer" jackie Frerich for a sure jump shot. 2. Seniors, Debbie Wheat and Karla I-Ialfmann, develop their defensive game strategy against the "Huffer Puffers". 3. Seniors, Denise Iansa, dribbles down to the baseline against "Hu.ffer Puffer", Dana Half- mann, setting up one of her patented moves. The Seniors Won the game. They weren 't the only winners, however, MDA, The Muscular Dystrophy Assoc- iation, were also the winners. MDA earned 3363. 50 from donations made by the spectators. Thanks! People O Glassockl 1 'fr mm WED f -0- "Vars1ty" fl. TO Rj,,1. Patino, A. De La Pena, R. Garcia, G. Frerich, S. Smith, W. Overton, R. Patino, and B. Beck '6Captains,' KNEELINGQL TO RQ, R. Garcia, S Smith, G. Frerich, A. De La Pena STANDHXIG, Coach Flournoy ff' 54 1. Amado Dela Pena pulls up for a jump shot at the char- ity line against Sterling City. Wayne Hirt and Greg Fre- rich make ready for a possible rebound. 2. Ricky Garcia rips down another strong rebound. Steve Smith comes around to assist him. 3. Greg Frerich rises above the crowd for a easy two pointer. 4. Steve Smith, at the charity line, puts the Bearkats ahead of Greenwood. 5. Amado DeLaPena leaps high for a tip. 6. Steve Smith, Kyle Lister, Bobby Beck, and Greg Fre- rich take a breather. Yes Greg. You did good! Q, i5'EtF"i4 ' G 5 Ll District Record Forsan Grecinwood Ster ing City Garden City Grady WaterVa11ey WINS 9 7 6 4 2 2 LOSSES 1 3 4 6 8 8 g, .fi mn ,f ,5- WTER C933 Q QWIEUQ 'I 3891-ai. , ' x.. , 3- -ru -we. -,. . , QL TO Ry Karla Halfmann, Emma Lou Halfmann, Delihah Barnes, Trudy I-Ioelscher, JoAnn Permenter, Debbie Lister, Coach McKinnon, Tina Bednar, Theresa Schraeder, Evette Coffmann, Nancy Batla, Susan Pate 1. Karla uncoils one of her long tosses during the shot put competition. i 2. Trudy Hoelscher takes wings as she trys for a , ,, longer distance in the broad jump. 'fs 1 was .,,.4f,.h, v L .ra-.QE ln 'wr- .,, i ...Q ,, 3 ' :A ..:. , , . -I AF f XMI ,, , x .-g-- M.. 3913. 1 1 5. 'K ,,, . 3 ' L u M' 2 f .VV 'x wvQ . u X I.. I Fran Halfmann strains with everything she has to beat the mark. Tina Bednar sprints down the finish line. Emma lou I-Ialfmann hurdles the high jump bar in the finals. Dorothy Schwartz pushes off to complete a good throw. Nancy Batla soars high for a good distance in the broad jump. 57 EIU iaiimsiae Q V XPS? . " ll QL TO RJ: Cruz Olivarez, Ruddy Guerra, jose Garza, Coach Roy Flournoy, Tim Derrick, Ramiro Garza, Pete Trevino. 1. Wayne I-Iirt strains with the throw that got him third at the district track meet. 2. Steve Smith gives it all he's got as he finishes the quarter. .,,y,, 1 -' 3 X- 7G'n'?y.1 -rfsn-1:fvi1?"F-5'i"4 A L -.' - V A ,QQ ily' , .. 1-P3 i '- -A p.,,, .i,gjJ1pE"?" ff"7f s-few:-11",i'4-e .:, ' , .J-l"' Q- - .. .:..g ,VM .Jam 7: " .t -'fi L., ' ff- --ci zz. - V Y -112391 ' V . 2 fa-1.45 :w0,L1g5S"?3g,, ' J , I . N M V, L U .. Q z' A.2.4ni,'-4', .:lg1.7?fifm..f 1 i 1' V! R 5 'Wi .,, V, ,Mag 3 4 Wesley Overton flies threw the air as he competes in the long JUHIP- Jose Garza gets set to go hurdling. "Gut:ting it out" jimmy Bednar crosses the finish line. Roger Edwards finishes the hurdles with a long, long stride. Jose Garza, bringing his hands high stretches for a long, far jump over the pit. 'I '12 ": if f lifag, gig i llirffgixi. 1.21,:T1'.:1...,':e,ifJLjf' ,MLA n3'-:.g:,.:.1,iE, ' 5,2?SL5 ' yng535r+,, a ' Ag mn fw.wum2Ewwg4 'pgs' 'ataslasasss -ar I ' . , - ' .QFEZR , mysmlmammwm -in , EEKQJETEWWEB5 ' ' ,-" .. EEEEEUUW rim9aHHHdWaa2elEwQ??WEWi R K , , , as ,. . , . W' - Lf nm. WSI ' ' 1 ' wiv'--L+,.wH H .-J. ,ml in Q ns tu 'HJ F, jf gif' ml QJPL lirl' H 1'IT'U'1L' 5 ffl" HL L- 'I' 1 2'1" U " L J HHUHMWX 5 15 1Nl A stag nsumawsravnm . .1155-f-aw" R' . iiejfaiaavrszasevusfuwm K 1 , p . H. H I 5 :H , vw Bi B , n . . rx 5 b , N jf 5' ,EJLLNFLV 17 ' P' 2 U vu- ",, ' . 1 - U 'aiu 0 wr rrv V .ff n Q n 1. Wes Overton looks pleased after his aggressive 'put away". 2. Threasa Schraeder stands ready for action as Nancy Batla pow- ers a serve over against Forsan. 3. Reaching out, Tammy Sawyers shows her own style of playing. 60 QL. TO R. J L. Frerich, D. Beasley, N. Batla, D. Schafer, C. Overton, M. Mc- Dowell, I-I. Covert, B. Calverley, R. Patino, S. Smith, B. Beck, BACK ROW, J. Schwar1z, manager, T. Sawyers, T. Schraeder, E. Halfmann, D. Wheat, D. Jansa, K. Lister, R. Edwards, A. De La Pena, J. Patino, and W. Overton. This years swatters did very well, sending five players to the Regional Tourney and winning second place at District with 45 points. The Freshman division won Erst place. D. Jansa, D. Wheat, B. Calverley, W. Overton, and M. McDowell qualified for the Regional Tourney. 355363 F Z , . gk-- f ' l X, ,Q J , 43 'I 4 ng, I I ,H lg., U., u "'ll I , In I 1 'll ' I :-'l" ' nu' I V ' 1 Q s --......,,kih -. Debra Wheat and Denise jansa sharp- ens their skills for regional Brad Calverley "puts it away" after a long, tough match with Greenwood's 3. Mac McDowell finishes his power serve for an ace against F orsan at the District Tourney. 4. Jorge Patino is concentrating hard on placing his backhand lob over his Forsan opponent's head. 5. Steve Smith rushes to the net ready to play, while Amado De La Pena stands ready to return his opponent's serve. 1- ,j"9'i 5 1 5422 , 54 id is , A. 'iff fl -fx'-Q. 25 v QQ, , Mya. f Q. --. s'3 ra I w 23- + Qffl -F 'gfXyf'f7 .0 ik? " ',,1 4' xf I Y ML fi W4 'o- O r I 7 J .P I' 7 r' '3 I 1.911-if There's More Coaching N Than ,Nl Egg " , ' Meets -.-D f . ' Y ixirfv Milf, Z. e sl 2 3 1,U'5Sf ' 1 4 5 1. Coach Flournoy seems to be working hard as he is typing sports eligibility lists to send to Austin. 2. -6. There is more to coaching than game night as you can see here. Coach McKinnon tapes Karla Halfman.u's ankle be- fore a Forsan game. This is just one of the many jobs coaches finish before game night. 'N GY' , Bam Owe .L .ay 1. Beta Club Members: QL TO RJ TOP ROW K. Halhnann, 3 D, Jansa, D. Plagens, L. Schwartz, J. Permenter, A. DeLa- 4 Pena, L. Johnson, I. Hoelscher, D. I-Ioelseher, N. Tidwell, 2ND ROW T. Schraeder, S. Schwartz, T. Bednar, T. Saw- yers, T. Hoelscher, L. Schwartz, D. Beasley, 3RD ROW N. Batla, L. Frerich, D. Schafer, D. Schwartz, D. Overton, B. Jost, Not Shown: Sponsor Mr. Fred Canafax. 2. Greg Frerich gives Debbie Beasley a friendly smile during a meeting. 3. Lynette Schwartz was surprised at the area meeting sche- W duled at Fort Worth that she had to attend. 4. Beta Club OHiciers QL TO RJ S. Halfman-President, M. 1 Schwartz-Vice President, D. Lister-Secretary S Treasure. 1 X V r-3 1' ..- .-4 -1 I FTQ 1. Tonya Carstensen worked very hard at selling the most subscriptions from magazines. She was the high sales person. It was one of the pro- jects F. T. A. did to raise money. 2. F. T.A. Officiers QL TO RJ Tonya Carstensen-Parliamentariang Debra Hoelscher-Secretaryg Debra Wheat-Vice Presidentg linda Schwartz-Presb dent. Not Shown are: Sandra Schwartz-Treasureg and Denise Freeland- Historian. 3. F. T.A. Members QL TO RQ TOP ROW Janet Hoelscher, Grace Medrano, Janice Fowler, Tam my Sawyers, Debra I-Ioelscher, Linda Schwartz. BOTTOM ROW Denise Schwam, Tonay Carsten- sen, Cindy Thomason, Debra Wheat, Evette Coffman Not Shown: Crystal Overton, Bradley Calverley, Nikl-:iTidwe11, Kevin Hirt, David Wooten and Emma Lou Halimann. X 2' ff fo as 5 I gal S ,Z u- 'iv FHQ 1. Officers TOP ROW QL TO RJ D. Jansa-President, K. Halfmann-1st Vice President, L. Schwariz-2nd Vice President, D. Hoelscher-Secretary, BOTTOM ROW: QL TO RJ B. Jost-Treasure, S. Ha1fmarm-Par1iamen- tarian, D. White-Historian, T. Bednar-Recreational Leader. 911951109 PZ' X .-'fi -g O1 ' 'Qi .. Q zhniwfegi ' '1.. sf. full N.: 2. F. H.A. Week was held on February 14 through February 18. On Friday, February 18, cake and punch was served to all the students and teachers in the ro- tunda. 3. F.H.A. Members TOP ROW QL TO RJ D. Beasley, M. Schwariz, O. Guerra, T. Hoelscher, E. Halfmann, D. Schwartz, F. Halimann, D. Plagens, D. Barnes, I. Pennenter, D. Schwar1z, C. Thomason, MIDDLE ROW QL TO RJ S. Pate, I. Hoelscher, T. Sawyers, G. Med- rano, T. Bednar, S. Schwartz, D. Lister, C. Schwartz, J. Lopez, V. Permenter, BOTTOM ROW: QL TO RJ N. Batla, C. Overton, L. Frerich, T. Schraeder, D. Lis- ter, D. Schafer, L. Carstensen, N. Tidwell, L. Sch- Warm, E. Coffmann. nfvl V ' 1. TOP ROW QL TO RJ G. Frerich, D. Wheat, B. Caver- ley, T. Sawyers, N. Batla, G. Patino, R. Hoelscher, L. Johnson, BOTTOM ROW QL TO RJ Mr. Bradford-Sponsor, S. Hillger, B. Doe, K. Halfmann, D. Hoelscher, A. Frerich, D. Frerich, Mr. Frank Judah. 2. Student Council Officers: QL TO RJ Linda Schwartz- Secretary and Treasure, Karla Halfmann-President, Deb- ra Hoelscher-Vice President. 3. The following people have painted the trash cans to beautify our school. QL TO RJ Debra I-Ioelscher, Bradley Caverley, linda Schwartz, Nancv Batla, Karla I-Ialfmann Rose Hoelscher, and Greg Frerich. The Student Council also donated the roses that were given to the Sweetheart Candidates during Homecoming. 1 69 FX MJ K. .L-. L K.. 4.1 L L f. +L L f- T. L :fx 70 The 1976-1977 High School Cheerleaders are: Top Photo TOP ROW QI, TO Rl th Nancy Batla Freshman Demse Schwar1z Freshman BOTTOM ROW Debra Wheat Senior Denise jansa-Senior-Head Grace Medrano-Senior The following photos are leaders in formation. Cheer , .x,.--f' av " V 1 yrwixxx, f "f' 14 V . .vt -,.-1 M.. b I - .. L .L ,-it V 4-- -744 e- .-, I-7""" af .-- fa - - K -1'-1 -- - , ,rf --,f.:,J.,.1,.4 , .53 - 31 ff-' 'Z'Qf:'if, Tigfz' A 1 - '-1-A.--,-?gR"'?i'ff':f .. . t X ,- -r-:isis-1."tA'?'-ifigl-'Wifi ff? an-3-gag., -', -wfsz' 3 X ll 1 I ' s 'cis FKA 7. 3 I 3 :ggfmum l J 'I 1 t P- ' t t V4 i 53- 1 j I 1. High School 'Iwirlersz QL TO RQ Debbie Lister and Danetta Schafer. This was their first year at twirling During the Homcoming ceremony they did a routine with their fire baton to the theme of "Locomotion. " 2. High School Drummers who worked very hard beating the drums dming the football games are: QL TO Rl Donna Lister, Linda Schwartz, Connie Schwartz, and Karla I-Ialfrnann. 3. High School Mascot: Crystal Overton Pep Squad w"- ' - 'v-f - . TOP ROW QL TO RJ M. Schwartz, M. Halfmann, P. Blizzard, E. Coffmann, O. Guerra, K. Coffmann. 2ND ROW: 1. Lopez, D. Barnes, L. Frerich, D. Schwartz, T. Schraeder, T. Sawyers, 3RD ROW: E. Schwartz, T. Bednar, J. Sch- wartz, N. Tidwell, L. Schwartz, S. Schwaru, 4TH ROW D. Lister, C. Schwartz, D. Plagens-Secretary and Treasure, L. Schwartz-Vice President, K. I-Ialfmann-President, D. Schafer, BOTTOM ROW: D. Schwartz, N. Batla, G. Medra- no, D. Wheat, D. Jansa. nnual Staff TOP ROW Q L TO RQ Debra Hoelscher, Greg Frerich, Debra Wheat, Lance Johnson, Donna Faye Lister, Donna Plagens, FRONT ROW QL TO RJ Karla Halfmann, junior Herrera, Linda Schwartz, and Mary Kay Schwartz. 1 '-Gb! Q S gb Board Eduoatlon Wilburn Bednar Leon Halfmann Lawrence Jost Jesse Overton President FY Af-er K J :ug 4' ' if ,gg I Q A y 5:7 x', 1 5 Qbf A 4 L. Ln! Ed Plagens Arley Wheat V VR'f'r' , 5,4 fl.. .gs QSTANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Q Lawrence Jost, jesse Overton, Ed Plagens, Wilburn Bednar, Dorm Stringer KSITTING, FROM LEFI' TO RIGHTJ Leon Halfmann, Arley Wheat, George Schwariz ilministraizion is . ..moNN' sT1i1NGER SUPERHQTENDENT . I-1+-.. ' I-uid , is '--f-Q 'M HIGH SCHOOL 'O 1 af 'W- Bearkai: iglz Familia r Y icgzkffzvj Roy Flournoy Drivers Ed, Athletic Director t We I Larry Bradford Shop S Welding Dorothy Brenneman Business, 8th grade Reading 8 V Spelling ,1.'7?"5 .fn V 1 ,e if -eq 2 i , 4 ,W Brenda Horton Home Economics, Family Relations Mrs. Brenneman times her shorthand student, while she takes a test. f' - -' in Y f,+4'-' F1-32,4 il iii 1 Yr .I W If John jones English G Civics, 7th grade History Frank Judah Science VI- Fred Canafax 7th grade Reading S Spelling, Math Richard Light jr. High Athletics Tennis, English S Annual Staff Clayton McKinnon Football, Girls Athletics, History, Related Math 'van Ji Us My W , 'H' , Tom Perkins Economics, Health, World History Homer Putman High School Principal, 7th grade Math 'EF r Q. 'IT ww 'W ,:. 'M N I. ,Y u f MNN4. ., Hazel Stringer Volleyball Coach, Girls P.E. S School Counselor Edna Smith 7th S Sth English if L As Mrs. Smith grades papers, she gasps, "Oh my gosh, and I thought the other ones were messy! ,1- nrif li V 'H- ,.i'iL ' ,E u v Ll' ,, 1 L i Ng , or e School 5, Aids N , o QLEFTQ f JoAnn Turner School Secretary QRIGHTD Marian Seidenberger School Nurse 'Fink Q Darlene Calverley Linda Cypert ' 7 ' '7f,w N , ,, Re eAnn McKinnon Beverley Pruitt wx O' 'P f RA?-f x in X' o .v Bobbie McDaniel U L Emma Schafer .vi-'fi 751 V 1 Bus Drivers And Lunchroom Ladies Dorothy Browder Maxine Coffman ,x.. M, 1 1 , Tilley Lowe Dorothy Pearce Q-ag Junior Herrera Richard Light J ReeAnn McKinnon Doris Putman Larry Bradford fsubstitutej JoAnn Turner fsubstitutej Custodians Curtis Arceneaux jesse Casillas Stanley Riggs Ernie Stevenson QQ U Busy As Bees 1. The lunchroom team work hard preparing the school's meals. 2. Curtis Arceneaux is constantly busy, cleaning the campus and school. One of his many talents is driving a :front-end loader. 3. Ernie Stevenson keeps the buses going and helps where ever he's needed. , fl' v 'fe Z-4. Q CY' Business And Shop Some of the more popular electives are in this area of the school. They include: Typing I, Typing II, Short- hand, and Bookkeeping. These classes are taught by Mrs. Brenneman. Mr. Bradford teaches two woodworking classes and one metal working class, in his shop program. This year, for the first time, the eight graders are allowed to take woodworking shop for half of the year. 1. Charley Hunt grinds the rough edges off a proj ect in metal shop. 2. Typing can be very useful throughout a person's high school career. Lilly Sanchez is leaming this skill in Typing 1. 3. Debra Wheat listens to Mrs. Brermeman during fourth period bookkeeping class. 'I may A. E. W7 ual VU ' 0.14. ef f f: f ' - " ll Cell, 2,2 ' BULLETIN ' I V3 4 U fli- -'xx' X foe X X l l ' 'fb 0 o ,-buux 0 ' 'I Q9 pai ' E ff Q. R X K. HOME Home Economics nd Science Homemaking is a very popular elective. It is tau- ght by Miss Horton, a new teacher to the school. She teaches two girl's Home Economics classes, and one boy's Bachelor Living class. For die first time this year the eight grade girls are allowed to take Home Economics for one half of the year. Science is taken by everyone. Mr. Judah, who is also new to the school teaches: Physical Science, Bio- logy, Chemistry, seventh grade Life Science and eight grade Earth Science. 1. Maria Sanchez is preparing her material for sewing in a Homemaking class. 2. lonnie Pruit, Travis Pate, and Ricky Carcia con- sult Mr. Judah during a Chemistry lab. 3. Hugh Covert and Mac McDowell are preparing a meal in Bachelor Living. V -if-'. if my 4 QM 2, swf. " ii ans! Jon' y Wy ' .. j Histor History took on an extra interest this year. Mr. McKinnon's junior American History class and Mr. Jones's senior Civics class held debates, in honor of the debates between Mr. Ford and Mr. Carter. 1. This audience scene of the debates show the enthu- siasm of the school, and especially of the two classes involved. 2. Janice Fowler and Cindy Thomason campaign for their candidate, jimmy Carter. 3. Civics can be an exciting class, sometimes. World History is taught to the Freshmen by Mr. Tallon, who is a new teacher to our school. A" x we 517,12-fr' 00 .xp .gl '! Nlfl 'ff' tio? K' ef r Q 'Sf ', , ., , '14-f x ,,,,....-- . XY x My " X ,W -' i I Q23 84 ' SQW1 K R! . 11 iz Enghsh And Math f A f X English is also taken by everyone. It is taught by Mr. Jones and Mr. Light. Mr. jones teaches English II and III, and Mr. Light teaches English to the Freshmen and Sophomores. Math is also taken by everyone. Algebra I, Geo- metry, Algebra II and Eighth Grade math is taught by Mr. Canafax. Introductory to Algebra I and II is taught by Mr. McKin. Mr. Putman teaches Seventh Grade math. 1. Mr. jones uses an overhead projector to illustrate a point in English. 2. Donna Plagens works hard while she is in English, doesn't she? 3. Mr. Canafax after a long day checks some test. Journalism The Journalism staff has really been busy this year. The four Ituaiors on the staff have put out a bi- weekly newspaper, the Bearkat Express, in addition to doing their part of the annual. The Journalism department processed their own pictures this year. Greg Frerich, Junior Herrera, and Lance Johnson did this part of the work. 1. Greg Frerich adjust the enlarger in the dark room in preparation for developing a picture. 2. Linda Schwartz works on her layouts for the annual. 3. Donna Faye Lister stops her work on the newspaper for a picture. T Sherri Black Jana Calverley Keitha Coiman Sandy Creswell Jose Delgado Rebecca Dennis Delma Flores Margie Flores Roy Flournoy Andrea Frerich Kathleen Frysak Lucy Garza Chris Halfmann Mary K. Halfmann Scott Hillger Kim Hirt Allen Iansa Daryl Johnson Jody Kingston Marshall Lister james Mills Richard Nollola Dinette Plagens Irene Ramirez Paula Roberts Eva Sanchez Elaine Schwaru Amy Smith Rose Weaver Thomas Weaver W igv RIGHT 8th Grade Class Officers- Mary Kaye Halfmann, Kim Hirt, and S cotty H1llgET. nf v lf :A-, WA 1 S 1 L 14. Xl' Y I x '32 Eighth Grcmdz Y ffl ' , IH snr. ' V4 5 K ' y X 1 A .La Y , J F3 w 'Q I I Q i Ill. , "' ' E JI' ' 1 1 , l I nm, s 4 w n, ,I 'W' Y l 'F' , is 4 '33 .A , ,LL ii 5' X 11 1 ' N I, . . M 1, Vt-- xg' Q fe-My Q 1 ,mrs J., .. . EJ? r 1 . 'P was W Maria Zuniga 1 -5 1 Nr 1 f ' 111 - 4 '- .w , ' 'L . X fy' 'M 8? I, I , Hi. rr ozvznih Grodz , ff Jody Bean 1 1 g- Cheryl Black . G Ila Calverley A .. r 1 ' 1 1 J' 1 Be-Bee Doe 4 1 A " ' 1-sq. G, 1 1 y .., U by . . .. , 'gms -1, , r L., Dav1d French his I X . 'fg- ' M ,ff 1 ., f'- 1 Q X rr A W ' 'i Dora Garcia Sarah Guerra A Charlotte Halfmann 1,1 C 1 , V, Duane I-Iirt 'ge LT X an 4 t 1 ,- 1 1,13 f ' 4 A A Mauro Ibarra 1 A 111- 1 - aaa. - - .. ' Anita jansa Greg Kingston Randy Lister 1 Martha Lopez 11 . . 'N j 1. - 1 ii ,., Allen M cDowe1l lf 1 1 V A -I, 1 V I Victor Medrano gb V ' , ,X X Martha Meir A -+ 1 1 U" -E it 1 11 1 nj: Mada Newby lf I I 1 ' ' N H Candy Overton 1 ' up A , I , gg' - Tony Pinones 1, V , ' 1 - ia N r ' X 7 , , -f vi , , ' x 7,7 1 I Lawana Roberts 1 - """11'f1f1'1" 141 M111 ' Susan Sanchez Q , . P , 1 N T f ,M A1 Schwartz , i , " ' ' '1 fx Sharon Smith Q ' .aw 7 1 y 1 K , "5 1 Teffi Swinger V ,K A, 1 ,' . 'V A Q -T, - ' ' X X 1 F . 4 1 james Turner Qi 132- v 1 ' -. JoAnn Weaver 1,5-'if at , oscar zmiga 1 ai 1 -1 1: 1 LEFT: 7th Grade Class Officers-Anita jansa, Candy Overton, and Be-Bee Doe. Cheerleaders LEFT TO RIGHT: Kim I-Iirt, Jana Calverley, Dinette Plagens, Andrea Frerich Football I Q ,NJA A 1, .. .f ' - FRONT ROW: QL TO RJ -- G. Kingston, A. Schwarlz, M. Lister, R. Lister, R. Floumoy, J. Kingston, D. Frerich, MIDDLE ROW: J. Bean, T. Pinones, A. McDowell, O. Zuniga, J. Tuxner, V. Medrano, J. Mills, D. johnson, BACK ROW: R. Nollola, T. Weaver, D. Hirt, C. Halfmarm, S. Hillger, A. Jansa, M. fbarra Drummers Rnd Moscot fL TO RJ -- Drummer, Mary K. Halfmanng Candy Overton, Terri Stringer, Mascot, Be-Bee Doe Pep bquocl FIRST ROW: QL TO RJ -- A. Frerich, K. Hirt, J. Calverley, D. Plgens, SECOND ROW: T. Stringer, C. Overton M. Halfmann, B. Doe, 'THIRD ROW: T. Stringer, C. Overton, M. Halfmann, B. Doe, THIRD ROW: L. Half- mann, N. Sparks, C. Cavert, A. Barrera, M. Ernst, FOURTH ROW: K. Halfmann, D. Plagens, M. Hoelscher, B. Havlak, K. Frysak, FIFTH ROW: R. Dennis, A. jansa, C. Halfmann, M. Newby, M. Lopez, SIXTH: K. Coff- man, P. Roberts, I. Calverly, D. Garcia, S. Smith GirI's boskztboll --ff P111 'l..-,,gT,"f""'-'Hung 11-i.J-: '7v:,,-ww, .4 -'EE---I1 --1 T TOP TO BOTTOM -- A. jansa, J. Calverley, R. Dennis, D. Plagens, M. Halfmann, I. Calverley, L. Garza, K. Hirt, S. Smith, C. Overton, A. Frerich, B. Doe, M. Zuniga 11-.-:-. hfg' ---f ,,. Y , .U - -- --' V11 TOP TO BOTTOM -- C. Halfmann, C. Black, T. Stringer, S. Creswell, S. Black, K. Coffman, M. Floris, A. Smith, E. Schwartz, P. Roberts, M. Newby, D. Garcia, L. Roberts, K. Frysak GirI's Trock f I i.2T.f-ff: FRONT ROW: LTOR -- C. Black, D. Garcia, S. Smith, B. Doe, C. Overton, T. Stringer, C. Halfmann, P. Roberts, BACK ROW -- M. Flores, R. Dennis, J. Calverley, S. Black, K. Frysak, D. Plagens, M. Halfmann, K. Hirt, K. Coffman, Coach McKinnon Doy's Track 4 I Jil '7 -mf-Q. , A.. Llo- FRONT ROW: L TO R -- W. Cansino, R. Flournoy, V. Medrano, G. Kingston, O. Zuniga, M. Ibarra, J. Bean, BACK ROW -- R. Nollola, T. Weaver, J. Mills, R. Lister, S. Hillger, Coach Light, C. Halfmann, A. jansa, T. Pinones Girls Tennis i I .- Q, I ,: . W e ez h ll --ir Q A ' ' ' . T." sql- 2-17, " ' .4 1 'E n I X X pf' Hi! '11 il, 'I .iliffr Q at A-A-fe-en D BACK ROW: L TO R -- T. Stringer, D. Plagens, K. Frysak, M. Newby, D. Garcia, Hazel Stringer, FRONT ROW -- K. Coffman, S. Smith, B. Doe, C. Overton, K. Hirt, A. Frerich, I. Calverley boys Tennis i i , BACK ROW: L TO R -- Hazel Stringer, J. Turner, V. Medrano, D. Hirt, D. johnson, A. McDowell, FRONT ROW -- J. Bean, D. Frerich, A. Schwariz, J. Kingston, M. Lister Junior I-liqh Qction 'I any.:- C44 2 1. Tony Pinones punts the ball on a 4th down against the Sterl- ing City Eagles. 2. Randy Lister jumping over a hurdle at the district track meet at Greenwood. 3. Andrea Frerich UN THE DARK SUIT, battling to slap the ball to her team mate, 4. Rebecca Dennis doing her best in the broad jump at the district track meet at Greenwood. in -'wel 5' 15' . CCDRQINVXTIICDINI 9 latlcrl' f e Pail-I-I 8 Caro x ,, 1 Halfmann Seiflenburger Etanlxarwrarw IJII L -f"""'1Y ...-Q--' ,Q-?""' .----1'-'- Y' ai. Q TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Frerichg K. l-lirtg R. Flournoyg K. Coffman, T. Stringer, A. Jansag R. Dennis, S. Wilkerson, A. Smith, B. Stringer, R. Weverg M. Zuniga. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: A. McDowell, D. Gar- cia, R. Ramirez, M. Hoelscher, G. Wilde, C. Covert, S. Clifton, D. Frerich, D. Hoelscher. THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Halfmann, M. Polendo, L. Ramirez, S. Frerich, L. McDowell, M. Flournoy, C. Hoelscher, J. l-Ialfmann. The Elementary UIL participants from Garden City won first place at the District Meet held in Sterling City with a total of 97 points. Seventeen of the twenty- nine students in UIL placed in District. In Oral Read- ing in the Sth and 6th grade division, Staci Wilkerson earned first and Bryan Stringer earned second. In the 7th and 8th grade division, Allen McDowell received second. In Spelling and Plain Writing in the 5th and 6th grade division, Staci Wilkerson placed first, Rosemary Rameriez placed second, and Colleen Covert placed third. In the 7th and 8th grade division, Andrea Fre- rich received first, Amy Smith received third, and Dora Garcia received fifth. In Ready Writing, Andrea , Frerich placed second and Kim Hirt placed sixth. In 1 Number Sense, Anita Jansa placed third and in Story Telling, Laurel McDowell placed third. The Picture Memory team which consists of Douglas Helscher, Stephanie Frerich, Michelle Polendo, Laura Rameriez, and Shirley Clifton placed fourth. TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Sheen, Mrs. Fry, Mrs. McDaniel, and Mrs. Cook helped pre- pare our Winning Elementary UIL team for competition. ELEMENTARY MEIMXQRIIES 1. Fernando Banuelos, Lynn Sparks, Alice Weaver, jakelina Sanchez, Abelardo Madrid, Ramiro Mier, taking a short break between classes. 2. Kristi jones, Susan Barnes, Leasa Cypert, and Pina Pinones enjoying their bread by sliding down the slide. 3. Douglas Hoelscher, Colleen Covert, Lisa Halfmann, and N athen I-Ialfmann watch Staci Wilkerson and Bryan Stringer battle out a game of chess. 4. Nadine Sparks and Lisa I-Ialfmann pop some candy in their mouth while Staci Wilkerson stands guard. 5. Doug Jost, Douglas Hoelscher, Ed Wayne Cypert, Larry Lopez, and Nathen Halfmann race down the side- walk to see which one is the faster runner on the playground. 6. jack Hunt strains to keep his meanness to himself as Lisa I-Ialfmann walks by. 7. Doug Jost, Douglas Hoelscher, Cecelia Hirt watch Franky Ramirez give jesus Morales a friendly handshake and promises not to pick on him anymore. 8. George Smith swinging h.is troubles away. S u X1rlHl G mo e Colleen Covert Maria Ernst Randy Flores Carmen Gonzales Martin Griego Karen Halfmann Lisa Halfmann Nathan Halfmann Brenda Havalak Carl Hoelscher Dennis Hoelscher Marianne Hoelscher Jack Hunt Will Lange Erbey Lopez jose Lopez ' Mark Mills JOSE Morales jose Olivares Darla Plagens Samuel Porter Rose Ramirez Helen Sanchez johnny Saverance Nadine Sparks .4 4 1, ,I , 3' fi 'A 5,114 - . Mark Black 71, . gf, if RS ,1 A ,-. .,:. ,r 1 - 1- ,r n" 1, 4 941 v- ,X f -wk af . A 8 p ua v- 3 aug. f 3? A . an , N- S 'VL Mr Flournoy Bryan Stringer li, . Dana Thompson jesse Trevino 5, .FLAQ Laura Weaver Staci Wilkerson Richard Batla Shirley Clifton Robert Creswell Martin Delgado Rawl Guerra Q p Scotty I-Ialfmann Martin Lopez '57, X , Elsie Medrano ' at , Q Q Rebecca Mills '- F' ' ' Q 5 .5 , 'N ly Tommy Montgomery jesus Morales Curtis Pechacek J ' "" ' " A' ' ' " Michele Polendo 1 Laura Ramirez Glenda Roberts Troy Roberts Gilbert Sanchez Todd Schafer 1 .1 4 Sm '1,,.L-. M' . II , v "' -' 2, V George Smith Joe Trevino 'maternal Gm e Jeffery Caswell Ed Wayne Cypert Stephanie Frerich Juan Gonzales juan Griego Joel Halfmann Cecelia I-Iirt Douglas Hoelscher Douglas Jost Jesus Lopez Larry Lopez Aracely Madrid Ramiro Mier Elidio Navarro Pete Olivares Mary Pinones jakelina Sanchez Lynn Sparks Alice Weaver Gina Wilde Joe Alvarado Fernando Banuelos Debra Bednar 3, -i,4' ,ae Ax is 1-. '- .. I- :lil ,. 'WI 'II o ,, his r S, 4 M, JS' D4 -mu A .35 ai 'r Q vl- .W , SX ' v X 'K 2' XJ i s . N fl , , r' xl" I 6 ii W wxxxgll ,L r ,,- ' I ,,., QLMTIHI G max WJ" A Eff ? 7 "-1v e f rtf elm,- fi' ,EARN I - fx JT' ji, 12' A34 L -4 'll V K-eff? g ,. jf K4 1 ffm D ,x Ex Lp Mrs . Cook -,.. r , N 9 3 , ig P, 1 Jim i ,JI .QL Af N9 PHOTO NOT , 'K' v AVAILABLE a ' . K. :sag Q Troy Calverley Sammy Clifton Missy Dennis Mark Flournoy Felipe Garcia jackie Halfmann Ricky Halfmann Thomas Halfmann Melanie Hallford Carol Hoelscher Aaron Lange Abelardo Madrid Laurel McDowell Baldemar Medrano David Montgomery Shannon Pearce David Polendo Franky Ramirez Janet Roberts Victoria Rojas George Sanchez William Sanchez jess Saverance Raul Talamantes Mary Vasquez 1rlHlllmi Gmac S eeoms frame - 45, Richard Cypert Brian Frerich Mary Gonzales josefina G1-lego Wendi Hilgar Jacquelina Jost Teresa Mancha Me linda Medrano Michele Pechacek Juan Salazar Gregory Stringer Crestina Talamantes Armandina Alvarado Rodney Beasley Kenneth Bennett V S 'ff ' ff Mrs . Johnson 1 -Wg-,W N3 Sccom Gmme Jeanie Carstensen juan Gareia Antonia Ibarra Tavie Murphy Becky Navarro Ruth Nollola Olivia Ramirez james Roberts Rafaela Sanchez Charlene Schraeder Corky Turner Ne al Wilde ms-:sv Gmane .. Fred Griego Travis Halfmann Dana Hillger Maricella Lopez Melissa Lopez Bobby Medrano Wbaldo Burciaga Brian Carlton Barbara Dubose Nor x yi W Michael Averette Q X SHOWN M I , .. Qi, ,J X ali a K A X 7' H C J , 2 Nr A f - af 'vf fl' L N b . 7+-if , , 45. 4 , Y . " 'mf X sl' , A if EET PHOTO NOT Iliamundofogiez 4 4 - AVAILABLE ntonio an ugano ev , " ' , 1 -f Kevin McDonald 'Q' ' ' 3 Q , l.a1.u'ie Mills Chad Pendley Deanna Plagens Alfonso Ramirez Carol Schwartz Scott Smith so SORRY' 2 P 44 N' MJ 'O 'W X! l Mrs. Canafax A vu. '- x . E. 1 C' W' f' Y NO PHOTO . A Q 47 ' V I A- llrms1r Grmrse Elizabeth Glass Suzanne Halfmann Wendell Halfmann Dana. Hoelscher Kevin Livingston Eiain Mier Carolyn Mills juan Morales Mary Olivares Gary Pearce Antonio Ramirez Maria Salazar Tony Sanchez LeAnn Seidenberger john Vasquez liulmrmemcgffmirew Patricia Edwards Stefanie Haegelin Amanda Havlak Weldon Hilgar Kristi Jones Darren Jost Ignacio Juarez joey Lister Eleazar Madrid Rosalua Mata Guillermo Morales Mark Pinedo Pina Pinones Ronda Roberts jose Salazar ' "-71 Susan Barnes 4' Leasa Cypert V - J .U 3 Sally Bridges ' ,gi ' .J Q2 ' I an ' fx A E ' 4 Dx. Q X . an IA , M M , XX 1 ff . S Q9 Q ,,, -S D ., , 0 L ' Q- I' ,x I . . f .A Y gym .ax 2 ii' 1 f k ji J, '? ' , i it .V -in J Av X' 'I " , f 'xr' gi . 1 Jil I S M 1 i ., , Juanita Talamantes Brenda Tovar LEFT: Miss Sawyers RIGHT: Aid teacher is Mrs. Calverly N' '-1 A A f ser , SDRRY, NO PHOTO 155 , .. 1 , . Q 'rn 1 5 r C., if C 33 6' Sc? 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Box 80 Garden City, TX 79739 Phone 354 2360 FOR THE BEST IN SPRAYING, SEEDING, AND DUSTING Administration Arccncaux, Curtis 79. 80 licdnar. Wilbcrn 74 Bradfurd. Larry 69. 76. 79 Brcnncman, Dorothy 9, 76 Browder. Dorothy 79, 80 Calvcricy. Darlene 62, 714, 110 Canaliix, Fred 76 Canufax, Layunzi 108 Casiliara, Scene 79 l'of1'm:m. Maxine 79, 80 funk, Ruth 00, 104 Cypcrl, Linda 78 Flnurnuy, Rny 42, -13, 53, 511, 6-1, 75, 76. 102, 1,15 Flnurnny. D. 1011. 107 Fry. Olive 1Mrs.1 99. 105 llalfmunn, Leon 74 Hurlcn. Brenda 76 Johnson. M. 106 Jones. 'Iohn 76 Josl, Lawrcnci: 74 Judah. Frank 60, 70, 213 Light, Linda 109 Light, Richard -12, 77, 79, 93. 94 Luwc. Tillie 79, 110 McDaniel, Bobbie 714, 99 McKinnon. Clayton 42. 411, 56. li-1, 77, 94. 135 McKinnon, RcAnn 78, 70 Ovcrmn. Jesse 74 Pczircc. Domlhy 70. X0 Perkins. T. 77 Plagisns, limi 74 Pruiu, Beverly 711 Pruill. Royce 62 Putman. Daria 79 Putman. Ilomcr 75. 77 Riggs. Stanley 79 Sawycrs. Kay 110 Schafer, limma 78 SChWilI'l7, George 74 Suidcnbcrgcr, Mnriun 711 Sheen, Blanche 90, 103 Smilh. 1Mrs.1 77, 09 Slcvcnson. Iirnuxn 79. 80 Slringcr, Donn 74, 75 Stringer. Hazel 45. -16, 77, 95 Turner. .1nAnn 714, 79 Whcal, Arlcy 74 Wright 1Mrs.1 109 12th Billiii. Gary 25. 84. 31 Balla, Larry 25, -14, 84, 31 lilissard, Mike 211. 42, 43, 31 Dc La Pina. Amado 13. 17, 24, Zh. 53. 54. 55. 66. 31 Garcia, Ricky 22, 27. 53. 55.?13.31. 127 Fowler, .Ianicc 26, 67. 114. 31 Freeland, Dcnicc 26, 114, 31 Frcrich. Greg X. 10. 35, 17, 53. 54, 55, 69. 72, Halfmann, Karla 0. 10, 17. 27. -18, ilu, 63, 64, 69. 71. 72, 10, 49. 31 Halfmann, Sheila 25, 27. 66. 68. HJ. 31 Ilcrrcra. Jr. 9, 211, 72, 79, 84, 31 Houlxchcr, Debra 25. 28, 411, 112, 60, 67. 1114. N? 31. 130 Hunl, Charley 28, 82. 31 Jansa, Dcnixc 8, 28, 411, 50, 60, 61, 62. 63. ha, 72. 18. 31 Mcdrano, Grace I3. I9. 24, 29, 45, 46, 47, 01, 70. 71. 8-1, 18.31 Schwarlv, Connie 29, 411, 63, 611, 71, 72, 20, ll 60, hi 546, iii 66, GX. . 72. 614, 69, 67. 611. Schwaru. Linda 9, 19. 29. 48. 50. 62. 03. lah. 07, 614, 69, 71. 71, Xb. 84, 31 Smith. SICVC 11. 19, 29. 13.42.41 X, JJ, 54. 55. SX. 60. lvl. 31 Thomason, Cindy 30, 67, 611, 11-1, 31 Wheat. Debra ll. 13, 25. 30. 48, 60, 61. 62, ful. 67. 68. 69. 70, 72. HZ. R-3. 18. 411, 31 Trcvinu. Rosa 22, 30. 31 Burns, Delilah 33. 34. 56. 68. 72 II INI ID EX Bean, Shonic 33. 211 Hciinar, Jimmy 33. 50 Carslcnsnn. Tanya 33. 34, 45. 46, 67 Caffman, Evcuc 33, 3-1, 56. 67. 614, 72 Ciziml, Ramiro 33. 58 Guerra. Mary Helen 33, 34 Halfmann, Bulch 12. 32, 33. 3-1. 42. 18 Ilirl. Wayne 12, 33,-12.4J.44. 54, 58.61.61 18 Iluclschcr. Ross M. 22. 32, 33, 48. 62. 63, IX Huclschcr. Raxc M. 22, 32. 33, -111, 112, 09, 49 Johnson. Lance 15, 65, 69. 72. 30 Lister. Danna IJ, JZ. 33, -111, 66, hx, 1411, TILJZ. 20 McL1rano.Alcx 12, 19, 22, 33, 3-1,-13.62, 171 Parker. Connie 13, 33. J-1 Pale, Travis 33, 83 Plagcns, Donna I0. 33. 34. 48, 50, 66. 6141, 72, 20, 123. 130 Pruil, Lonnie 34, R3 Sanchez, Maria J-1. 45. 46. R3 Schwarw. Mary Kay 34. 411. 62. 66. 68, 72. 20, 311 1 Oth Barrera, firasmo 36. 42 Bcdnar, Tina 36. 51. 56. 57. 51. Mi. 68, 72 Hlissard. Palsy 22. 36, 48, 72. 20. 49 falvurlcy. Bradley 14, 36. 42, 60, 61. 69, 20 Covert. Hugh 36, 60, 113 Garm, .lust 36. 42, 44. SX. 59 Cion7clc1, Gloria 36, 45, -16, -17 Gucrra.Ora1ia Jn, 51. 611. 72 11a11'n1ann. Danny 36. 42 lialfmann. EmuI,nu 36. 48. 56, 57, 60, 611 lialfmann. Mark 22, 35. 36, 37, 20 Ilillgcr, Dale 17. 36, 37. -14. 20 llir1,Kcvin 17, 36, 3142,-13, 211 Ilaclxchcr. Trudy 20. 36, 411, 49. Sb. fm, 68 ,IOSL Blliiniixl 15. 36, Nu, GX. 20 Kingslon, Clay 17. 17 I.is1cr, Kyle 111, 42. 37, 55, 60. 20 Mclluwcll, l.orin 37, 611, 61, XJ, 20 Oiivarcs. lilcawal 37, 42 Overton. Wcxlcy ,17. -12. 53. 59. 60, 20, 119 Pcrmcnicr. .I0Ann 37. 51. 56. 66. 614 Ramircv. Carmclla 37, 45, 46 Sanchcv. may J7.45.4a,41,x1 Sawycrs. Tammy 17, 37, 45. 47, 51, 611, 62. 66, 67. 68, 69. 72. 20 Schwzirw, Lyncllc 35. 37. 45. 51. 66. GX, 72, 20 Schwarw. . Schwartz. lean 37. 51. 60. 72 Sandra! 37. 45. 46, 47. 51. 60611, 72. 111 Tidwcll. Nikki 37, 45, -16. 51. 611, 611, 72. 20 Woolen, David 20. 37. 42. 119 9th Harcrra, .lnsc 39, 42 Billiil. Nancy IZ, 39. 411, 51. 56. 57, 110. 63. 116, 614, 68. 70, 72 Beasley, Dcbbic 12, 16, 39, 60. fm, 68 Beck. Bobby 39. 51. 55. 60 Cnrslcnmn. Lisa 14, 20, 39. SI, 611, 117 Crcswcll, Ricky 19 Dc l.a Pena. Lupe 39 Derrick. Tim 39. 42. 58 Edwards, Roger 40. 59. 60 lfrcrich, Lani Kay 12. 20. 30. 60. 611, 68, 72 Guerra. Rudy 39. 42. 511 llalfmann. Darrell 39 llalfmann. Fran 14. 39, 411, 49, 511, 57. 68 11aI1'mann, Gary 39 11a1I'mz1nn, Larry 39 lloclschcr, Jane! 14. 20, 30. 40. 45. 46, lm, 67, h8 Lister, Debbie 40. 51. 56. 68. 71. 72 I,opc7, .luanila 40. 51. 56. 611, 71, 72 Olivarcs, Cru! 411, 42. 511 Ovcrmn, Crystal 22, 39. 40, 51. 60. 60, 68, 71. 126 Pale. Susan 40, 56, 614, 1 I7 Palinn. .large 17, 22, 311, 40, 42, 5.1, 60, 61, 69 Palinn, Robert 40, 53, 60 Pcrminlcr, Vivian -10. 45. 1114 Pl1I'lC1'. David 40 Parlcr, Veronica 40 Schwarlv, Dorothy 12, 40. 51. 57. 68, 72. 117 SChWllfl7. Denise 14. IN. JK. 39. -10. -15. 46, 51. hh. 67, 68, 70, 71 Schracdcr, Theresa 40, 49, 51, 56. 60, 66. 1:11. 72 Schafer. Danclla 40. 51. 60, 66, 614, 71, 72. I17 Trcvino. Lucy 40 Trcvinu, Pctc 40, 58 Aorcs, Dclma 88 Black, Sherri XX. 92, 94 Calvcrlcy, Jana 218, 90, 91, 92, 94, 131 Coffman. Kcilha 72. 83. 91. 92. 94. 05. 99 Crcswcll, Sandy XX, 92 Dclqadu, Jasc 88 Dennis. Rcbcuca 88. 91. 92, 94. 96, 99 Flores. Margie 88, 92. 94 Flournny. Roy RX, 90. 93, 94, 99 Frcrich, Andrea 69, HX, 90. '71, '72, 95. 96, 99 Fryszlk. Kathleen 88, 91. 92. 94. 95 Garia. Lucy 88, 92 Ilalfmann, Chris 81-1, 90. 93. 94 llalfmann. Mary Kay 72, 814.111, 92. 94 Hillger. Scnll 22, 811. 69. 90. 93. 94, 135 iiirl. Kimberley 811, 90. 91. 92. 94. 95. 96. 09 Jcxnsa. Allen 811. 90, 93. 95 Johnson. Daryl 88, 90. 93 Kingslon. Jody 88. 90. 93. 95 Lister, Marshall 88, 90, 93, 95 Mills. .lamcs RR, 90. 93. 94 Noclola. Richard 811. 90. 93, 94 Plagcns. Dincllc 22. 88, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96 Ramirez. Ircnc 88 Robcrls, Paula 88. 91, 92. 94 Sanchc7, Eva X11 Schwarll, Elaine 72. XX, 92 Smith. Amy 811, 92. 99 Weaver, Rose 118. 99 Wcavcr. Thomas KX, 90, 93, 94 Zuniga. Maiea 118, 92. 99 7th Bean, .Indy 119. 90, 93. 9-1, 95 Black. Cheryl 119, 92, 94 Calvcrley. lln Ann 119, 91, 92, 95 Cansino, Walter 119, 04 Duc, BcBc 119, 69, 91, 92. 94. 95 Frcrich, David 69. 149. 90, 93. 95, 99 Guerra. Sarah 80 Garcia. Dora 80. 91, 92. 04, 95, 99 linlfmann. Charlotte 119. 01, 92, 94 Hirl. Dwanc 119. 90. 95 lbarra, Mauro 119, 00, 94 Jansn, Anita 89, 91. 92. 99 Kingston. Greg 89, 93, 90. 94 Lister, Randy 89, 90, 93, 94, 96 Lopcz. Martha 110, 91 McDowell. Allen 119, 90. 93, 95, 99 Mcdrann. Victor 119. 90. 93. 94, 95 Meir, Martha 149 Newby, Mada 89, 91, 92, 95 Ovcrxon. Candy 149, 91, 92, 94, 95 Pinancs, Tony 119, 90, 93, 94, 96 Rnburls, Lawnna 119, 92 Sanchcl. Susan X9 Schwarw. Allred QA11 89. 90. 95 Smith, Sharon 22. 89. 92, 94, 95. 99. 91 Slringcr. Terri 119, 91, 92, 94, 95. 99 Turner. James 22, 119, 90, 03, 95 Weaver. .Io Ann R9 Zcniga, Oscar 89. 90. 93, 94 ' 6th Barrera, Adaclia 91. 102 Black, Mark 101 Covert, C'u11ccn 91, 99, 102 Ernst, Maria 91, 102 Flores, Randy 102 Gonzales. Carmen 102 Gricgn. Marlin 102 Ilalfmann, Karen 91. 99. 100. 1112 , 11aII'mann,1.isa 91. 100. 101. 102 Halfmann. Nalhcn 98, 100, 101, 102 Havalak. Brenda 91, 911, 102 1loc1schcr.CarI 100. 102 Hoclschcr, Dennis 102 I 139 Hoelseher. Marianne 91. 99. 102 llunt. Jaek 101. 102 Lange. Will 102 Lopez. Erbey 102 Lopez. Jose 102 Mills. Mark 102 Morales. Jose 102 Olivares, Jose 102 Plagen, Darla 91, 102 Porter.,Samue1 102 Ramirez. Rose 99, 102 Sanchez. Helen 102 Saverance. Johnny 102 Sparks, Nadine 91. 100. 102 Stringer. Bryan 99. 100. 101. 102 Thompson. Dana 102 Trevino. Jesse 102 Weaver. Laura 102 Wilkerson. Staci 99. 100. 102 5th Balla. Richard 103 Clifton. Shirley 99. 103 Creswell. Robert 103 Delgado. Martin 103 Guerra. Rawl 103 llalfmann. Darrin 103 Lopez. Marlin 103 Medrano. Elsie 98. 103 Mills. Revccca 103 Montgomery. Tommy 103 Morales. Jesus 101. 103 Peehaeek. Curtis 103 Polendo. Michele 99. 103 Ramirez. Laura 99. 103 Roberts. Glenda 103 Roberts. Troy 103 Sanchez. Gilbert 103 Schafer. Todd 103 Smith. George 101. 103 Trevino. Joe 98, 103 4th Alvarado. Joe 104 Banuelos 100. 10-1 Bednar. DeBra 104 Creswell. Jeffery 104 Cypert. EdWayne. 101. 104 Frerich, Stephanie 911, 99. 10-1 Gonzales. Juan 104 Griego. Juan 10-1 llalfntann. Joel 10-1 llirl. Cecelia 101. 104 lloelschcr. Douglas 99. 101. 10-1 Jost. Douglas 911. 101. 10-1 Lopez. Jesus 10-1 Lopez, Larry 101. 10-1 Madrid. Araeely 100. 10-1 Mier. Ramiro 100. 10-1 Navarro. lilidio 104 Olivares. Pele 10-1 Pinones. Mary 10-1 Sanehe7.Jake1ina 100. 10-3 Sparks. Lynn 100. 10-1 Weaver. Alice 100. 104 Wilde. Gina 99. 10-1 3rd Brenneman. John 105 Calverley. Troy 105 Clifton. Sammy 105 Dennis. Missy 105 Flournoy. Mark 99. 105 Garcia. Felipe 105 llalfniann. .laekie 99. 105 llttllniann. Ricky 105 llalfmann. Thomas 911. 105 llallford. Melanie 105 lloelseher. Carol 99. 105 Langc. Aaron 105 Madrid, Abelardo 105 McDowell. Laurel 99, 105 Medrano. lialdemar 105 Montgomery. David 105 Pearce. Shannon 105 Polendo, David 105 Ramirez. Franky 101. 105 Roberts. Janet 105 Tojas. Victoria 105 Sanchez, George 105 Sanchez. William 105 Saveranec. Jess 105 Talamantes. Paul 105 Vasquez. Mary 105 Groves. Cheri 911. 105 2nd A Alvarado. Arniandia 5. 106 Zieasley. Rodney 106 Bennelte. Kenneth 106 Cypert. Richard 106 Frerich. Brian 98. 106 Gonzales, Mary 106 Griego. Josefina 106 llillger, Wendi 106 Jost. Jaequelina 5, 91-1, 106 Mancha. Teresa 106 Medrano. Melinda 106 Peehaeek. Miehese 106 Salazar. Juan 5. 106 Stringer. Gregory 5, 106 Talamantes. Crestina 106 2nd B Beck, Kent 107, 116 Blalock. Susan 107. 116 Garcia. Juan 107. 116 lbarra. Antonia 107 Murphy. Tavic 98. 1117 Navarro, Becky 107 Nollola. Rcith 107 Ramirez. Olivia. 116 Roberts. James 107 Saneher. Rafaeia 107 Sehreader. Charlene 107. 116 Turner, Cordy 107. 116 Wilde. Neal 911. 107. 116 lst A Averelte. Micheal 108 Burciaga. Wbaldo 1011 Carlton. Brian 1011 Dubose. Barbara 108 Griego, Fred 1014 llalfmann. Travis lPaul1 98. 108 Hillger. Dana 1011 Lopez. Marieella 1014 . Lopez. Melissa 1014 Lopez. Rameindo 108 Mandugano. Antonio 108 McDonald. Kevin 1011 Medrano. Bobby 108 Mills. Laurie 1014 Pendly. Chad 1011 Plagenx. Deanna 1011 Ramirez. Alfonso 1011 Schwartz. Carol 98. 1011 Smith. Seoit 108 lst B Glass. Elizabeth 109 llallniann. Suzanne 109 llalfmann. Wendell 98, 109 lloelscher. Dana 109 Livingstott. Kevin 109 Mier. Efrain 109 Mills. Carolyn 109 Morales. .luan 109 Olivares. Mary 109 Pearce. Gary 109 Ramirev. Antonio 109 Salazar. Maria 109 Sanchez. Tony 109 Seldenberger. LeAnn 914. 109 Vasquev. John 109 Kindergarten Barnes. Susan 100. 1 I0 Bridges, Sally 98. 110 Cypert. Leasa 100. 110 Edwards, Patricia 110 Haegelin. Stefanie 110 Havlak. Amanda 110 llillger. Weldon 110 Jones. Kristi 921. 100, 110 Jost. Darren 99, 110 Juarol. Ignacio 110 Lister. Joey 98. 1 I0 Madrid. Eleazer 110 Mata, Rosalua 110 Morales. Guillermo 1 10 Pinedo. Mark 110 Pinoncs. Pina 100. 110 Roberts. Ronda 110 Salarar. Jose 110 Talamantes. Juanita 110 Tovar. Brenda 110


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