Garland High School - Owls Nest Yearbook (Garland, TX)

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mr. 'x H Fx I I I I I 2 QYWIYS M1555 1965 Garlacncllfii I1 6arIand,?2'f?2 EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF jliurelnuril This book is a treasure chest which holds the memories of the past year. And though the year itself is spent, the memories will serve as our key to both the past and the future. Let us use our key to reopen the doors we have closed behind us throughout the year. We shall enter the past and relive those experiences most dear to us . . . the wonderful Owl spirit felt during pep rallies . . . the Homecoming Parade float that took forever to complete . . . the second AAAA State Championship . . . the dread developed for a particular class . . . the anticipation before and the eX- citement during the Popularity Ball and the Prom . . . the satisfaction of knowing that another wonderful year at GHS has been completed . . . and so many, many more. And as we recall these events with a smile or a sigh, we realize the precious value of the past. We shall see how our past is the basis for the future, how our mem- ories are a link between these two. Judy Walden Barbara Cohlmia Pam Collier Deborah Ashenhurst Fonda Harrison Linda Grider Judy Ponder Gloria Mayabb Jay Spraggins Bobbie Ashley Harriet Blankley Mary Ann Etheridge Editor-in-Chief Faculty Editor Favorites Editor Activities Editor Senior Class Editor funior Class Editor Sophomore Class Editor Organizations Editors Sports Editor Photographer Pictures Editor Photographer Art Editor Vikki Lawson Sharon Graves Mike Watkins Jackie Hutson Mike Griffith Cary J ones Bill Sharp Business Manager Publications Managers Advertising Managers Circulation Managers junior Assistants Rex Cooper Linda Digiglio Marilou Lannom Pat McLaughlin Confenfs facultg acfitli classes fave riia hu sp0I'fS gmdverfisingul ,L X, Q 'A-W'A- ffsw H321 122 Q2 , yan ,1 I i za, j.. ff, 1 www , , , W- , f-zyszrsmef ., .-M-..w,. sz, 1K,.w,a:w - . 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HOMER JOHNSON Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Athletics Director Educational Instructions Business Affairs Y i MRS. LETICIA MRS. EVELYN MRS. SHIELA MRS. NAOMA t BATEY ELLIS HENDERSHOT HINDMAN Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary MRS. PEGGY MRS. ELISSA MR. BOB MRS. GENEVA MR. GORDON MURRAY NORRIS PERCIVAL SCHEEL THACKER Secretary Secretary Guidance Secretary Accountant Director Principals Provide MR. GENE HUDSON Principal Mr. Hudson, Garland High School principal, has been in the Garland school system since 1952. When he first came to Garland, he was one of the GHS coaches, and continued coaching until 1958. At this time, he took over as assis- tant principal of Garland High. Mr. Hudson as- sumed the responsibilities of principal in 1963 and has served as principal of GHS for two years. Mr. Hudson chats with Mrs. Willis during one of his rare spare moments. Leadership After having been Assistant Principal at Sam Houston Junior High School, Mr. Butler assumed this similar posi- tion at Garland High School this past year. His official title is Assistant Prin- cipal in charge of the GA Wing which includes both students and personnel. MR. BILL FINLEY Assistant Principal MR. JOHN BUTLER Assistant Principal This is Mr. Finley's second year as As- sistant Principal of Garland High School, although he is not new here. He is re- sponsible for all students and personnel in the Avenue D Wing of GHS. Administrators, Faculty, Students - ff ni me M. S.. ,. s A--Z ' .ffliffif-4-Vffifil :??il"3W:,s5L H: A I-f??gi'::lff'T,.5v'--55'f'5!:?Wf:ZESiX5 - wit' '.fW9',f-5 'T'53Y1'h..'2Tlofl 1 55? WL "A i ' W' V I f:.,yf.sz. 1145 1 . , A ,xx ' ' 'klliwliiigsiffyii i 'L L " "--51fsV,T1 -' i i i 55--'3Qfi'5??if lfiiif-SfEilS5fi'gfQf1? X 1- :. - V - ' I S Q ' ' 'E.11.fk:'fQ2fxziSf.ftZ,1 ' .f H,-k as V 5 5.-1 2. . 3. -' wzwgf , . , I ,,jg....y.-,a , ' ' 'Til' 'Ki 15: 5:5577 5 ' ff-- ' ft .5-L55 Q! :ii he - .2 . A lg -iw '- 92 -5 if L 55 xiii" 7' "" V 'lin L K H 1 - I " if K ' R Q " .A ':..- . 1 - 5 if in 'i wlif' I fimlizfiiiwii K 4.1 , :" 1 sg.: mf: ,X , f '1 ' 11 -list: MR. JIM TOLER . ff 1 .sf ,fe 2 fuk? f if . 9 Completing his fifth year at Garland High School, Mr. Reed serves as attendance director for the tenth grade. I4 Mr. Toler, Garland High School graduate, celebrated his second year at CHS. He is the Attendance director for the eleventh and twelfth grades. b MR. LARRY REED e a All Cl Puri of the GHS Team BECHTOL, MRS. OMA JEAN CALKINS, MRS. RACHEL ISSET, MRS- RESSIE Secretary Counselor NUTSC JACKSON, MRS. LOUISE KENNEDY, MRS. GAY Secretary Nurse ROUTH, MRS. LOUISE TURNER, MRS. MARCAURITE Counselor Secretafb' Business Department Offers Many Courses, BLACKBURN, MRS. SARA DAVIS, MISS BARBARA GRANT, MRS. LOIS HIGHTOWER, MRS- Typing I, Journalism Typing III, Shorthand Bookkeeping ELAINE Typing I HUNT, MISS LOUISE SEGO, MR. BOB SMITH, MRS. CATHERINE Typing II Typing I Bookkeeping, Typing I I TROTMAN, MRS. .IEAN WILLIS, MRS. MARTHA Shorthand Typing I I6 Opportunities BOUREK, MR. PAUL HEAD, MR. W. B. Band Distributive Education HENDERSON, MR. JIM GRAY, MISS FLORENE Choir Art PEADEN, MR. S. T. Industrial Cooperative Training Mr. Henderson takes a leisurely mid-day stroll down the hall. I7 English Department Contributes BULLOCK, MRS. BETTY CARPENTER, MISS NAN DANIEL, MISS MADGE DRIVER, MRS. ELIZABETH English III. English IV. English II. Grammar II, Art. I. DRAKE, MRS, HELEN HAMILTON, MRS. HICKMAN, MRS. ELLA English II. JOHNNIE English IV. English IV. LE INCRAM, MRS. VIVIAN JOHNSON, MR. M. L. Speech I, II. English II. .2 ass ix if se -w Much to Curriculum l I I E KAHL, MISS .IANICE LINDBLOM, MRS. RUTH McCARTY, MRS. JO ANN English II English, I, II Theme Writing 5' It I fi - ' 'I' 1, O'HARA, MRS. PATRICIA PEASE, MR. RALPH ' English III English IV I PICKLE, MRS. GLORIA SHIVERS, MRS. BARBARA English III English III s Mrs. 0'Hara lakes a quick break between classes. I9 Students Offered Various Foreign Languages ar BARTO, MRS. .IANET CHRISTOPHER, MRS. HOLLINGSWORTH, MISS French I, II JUDY JUDY Spanish I, II Literature I, Latin I I li s 1 I 1 2, is INMAN, MISS DURENE MCEACHERN, MISS MARY Latin I, II Craniniar II, Spanish I Mrs. McCarty explains the fundamen- ORMESHER, MRS, STEPHENS, MISS tals of theme writing to her students. KATHERINE KATHERINE German I, II, Typing Spanish II, III 20 ii History, Civics Rank as ARMSTRONG, MRS. MARY CAIN, MR. JOSEPH DORSEY, .MRS. NORMA NELL Texas History, Economics American History, Civics American History SHUGART, MISS JILL STRAIN, MR. JIMMY American History, Civics American History, Civics WRIGHT, MRS. GRACE WRIGHT, MR. J. R. American History Civics, Commercial Law Mr. Ponder seems making a point in a lecture to his physical science class. 2I "Musk" . . . ALTOM, MRS. ALTA Alegebra II, Trigonometry, Advanced Elementary Analysis Math Courses Offer Thai Cerlclin Challenge 22 ALTOM, MR. MARSHALL BRACKEEN, MR. L. B. CERWINSKE, MISS Plane Geometry Commercial Arithmetic MARINEL Commercial Arithmetic, Plane Geometry ELLEDGE, MR. HAROLD GAMBLE, MRS. FRANCIS HORNER, MR. DAVID Algebra II Plane Geometry Algebra II, Trigonometry PARKER, MISS .IOY WILLIAMS, MR. T. 'L. Algel1ruI Algebra I, General Math ARNEY, MR. GUY STEWART, MR. BILL Shop Mechanical Drawing, Golf Shop Courses Prepare Future "Handymen" STRINGER, MR. 0. D. TOOKE, MR. VERNON Shop Shop TOONE, MR. JERRY Mechanical Drawing Mrs. Willis prepares the activities for the coming week. 23 ANDERSON, MISS ADELE BABBITT, MR. DAVID BOWDEN, MR, WELDON Biology Physics Biology, Advanced Biology CROCKER, MRS, JANIE HICKMAN, MR. LESTER NICKELS, MISS BILLIE Chemistry Advanced Chemistry, Biology Chemistry PONDER, MR. PERCY WAGNER, MR. JOHN Physical Science Biology CALDWELL, MRS. FRAN CARSON, MR. RAY Homemaking Vocational Agriculture LEWIS, MRS. DONNA Homemaking RUSHING, MISS ANN Homemaking Homemaking, Ag Round Out Vocational Program . . . Mrs. Dorsey gives aid to one of her Civics' students GHS Facilities Rate as Tops for Students Mr. Boyd and Mr. Cunningham prepare to leave Love Field for their flight to Houston. 26 MCBEE, MR. RIVES McGRAW, MRS. DOROTHY Physical Education Dashing Debs, Physical Education We ii . is : it 3 3 is 5 OWENS, MRS. JO WANDA Physical Education, Gold Jackets 1 VENABLE, MR. VAN Drivers Training 1 DICKSON, MRS. DIANNE ISETT, MRS. RESSIE SIMPSON, MRS. CARRIE Librarian Nurse Typing KENNEDY, MRS. GAY Nurse w KORIOTH, MRS. MARGARET Librarian Miss Nickels relates her wishes to Santa Claus Coaching Staff Takes Role in Classroom DODSON, MR. R. E. SCHMIDT, MR. DON Biology, Football World History, Drivers Training, Football YUNG, MR. BILL Study Hall, Football WILLIAMS, MR. A. Miss Davis and Mrs. Ingram Model the latest fashions. American History, Tennis 28 BIRDWELL, MR. CASH Texas History, Football Trainer BOYD, MR. MERLE Commercial Law, Football Athletic Department Produces GHS Winners! BROWN, MR. JOE CUNNINGHAM, MR. ERNIE Commercial Arithmetic, Study Hall, Fggtball Basketball CURTIS, MR. CHUCH Study Hall, Football Mr. Birdwell plays Santa for the NHS Christmas party. 29 Clinic, Office Assistants Aid Faculty Among the GHS students serving as assistants in the various offices are Ueft to right! Mary Lou Shipley, Mary Harry, Diana W0'0d, Pam Yearout, Celia Hensley, Sandra Terry, Debbie Cooper, Marilyn Fykes, and Greta Heifner. Other assistants include fleft to rightl, ludy Allison, Carol Huston, Linda Kirk, Diane Young, and Paula DeArment. Students give up a study hall period to work in the offices. They include Ueft to right! Gayle King, Carolyn Martin, Roseann Mitchell, Lana Caraway, Gary Lockhart, Kay Loden, and Sharon Graves. 30 Administrators During Study Halls CLINIC ASSISTANTS The clinic assistants have two main purposes. These purposes are to assist the nurses ' in any way possible and to administer first aid wherever it is needed. Two students are on duty each period of the day and check those students who are ill in and out of the clinic. I GARLAND AVENUE OFFICE ASSISTANTS Assistants in the GA offices spend their hours recording the at- tendance for the day, running er- rands, answering the telephone, and typing office material. AVENUE D OFFICE ASSISTANTS Avenue D office assistants also record attendance, run errands, type, and answer the telephone. However, they have the additional duty of checking in and issuing textbooks for all GHS students. 3l Behind Scene Workers of GHS The three most commonly recognized ingredients for a successful school are students, teachers, and teaching. But in each successful school, there is an un- known factor, an unrecognized factor. At GHS this HX, the Unknowni' has been identified specifically as those em- ployees of the school system who re- main in the background and yet who are responsible for maintaining the ap- pearance of the building and for seeing that the students and faculty members receive a proper diet. Cafeteria workers are, Back Row: Mrs. Fonda Harrison, Mrs. Mildred Ethel, Mrs. June Kemp, Mrs. Thelma Scheu, Mrs. Verlena Taylor, and Mrs. Annie Nalls. Front Row: Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Louise Hawthorne, Mrs. Louise Emerson, Mrs. Emma Sanders, and Mrs. Mildred Spillar. Cafeteria workers are, Brick Row: Mrs. Mildred Ethel, Mrs. Nell Bartlett, Mrs. Louise Miller. Mrs. Virginia Pitts, Mrs. Marie McCraw, and Mrs. Ruth Oehlke. Front Row: Mrs. Norma Meador, Mrs. Winnie Hedge, Mrs. Olive Davis, Mrs. Louise Young, and Mrs. Elsie Dykes. 32 Custodians arc, Back Row: Mr. Francis Moss, Mr. R. W. Pearson, and Mr. Homer Kirby. Front Row: Mr. James Blount, and Mr. Bob McCraw. "Well, Santa, there is one little thing. You know these Seniors? I was thinking . . ." Mr. Pease wasn't the only iaculty member with request for Santa. l l 'O. K. you future Davis C,uppers," instructed Mr. Strain, 'you can't play tennis without practice. Get out there and tit a few halls around while I map out our strategy." There's More to a School Day Than Just Teaching . . . At the end of football season and basketball season, there comes the sigh of relief that Mrs. McGraw only has Deb tryouts left to face. Mr. Hudson, along with half of Car- land, displayed his loyalty to the power- plus team. 33 Afriniiim 35 CHS has collected many trophies including Student Council vice president Ronnie Bozman. Gene Mayes boosts Owl spirit at the pep rally before another important Garland Game. "Where did she go," asks Cary. 36 t e 3 1 i ... ,N 5' W 'fri Two GHS beauties are Linda Browder, ICT Sweetheart, and Miss Flame l964- Debbie Denny. i 'It seems the Annual Staff has really gone to the dogs. "Here I am, over heref, says Sue l 37 Nominees for FFA Sweetheart were Carolyn Butler, Brend Bryan and Carolyn Burke. Really, Bill, must the Student Council he so efficient? ' I Airi 5 F5 A Q - ,V.r I K, 1' - W '.uk an Senior class president Bill Crump gives an encouraging J I A .Af- word at an Owl pep rally. 1' , A 1 fi ,S .. ,, ftiik ilii - J V 3 C "it , ii J., - .et V V -1' X E I ..,,, H , au kk, kkrh of .,?k VV.VL . k,h,,. , V - . VIZQ IN E Q I V Q .aE:.., .. . ., I ,, : V I ' " 1 ' 5 Homecoming Queen nominees are, ftop row! Linde Oglesby, Kay Yaeger, Karen Nickens, Linda Brow der, fseatedl Carolyn Burke, ,lan Starr, Brenda Hug gett and Vicki Stone. Dcfober 38 l V 'Members of the Student Council Work at lredecorating the GA homemaking living lroom for Homecoming Week. The GHS band helps promote spirit at all the pep rallies. A camera seems to bring out all kinds of emo tions in people. 39 It docsn't look like Brenda believes Don's alibi, does it? l i 2 3 S Members of the Student Assembly register guests Home- coming Day. November Selling annual pictures proves to be quite a job for OWL'S NEST staff mem- bers. if 40 Darwin always tries to steal the spotlight. inda Browder was named Homecoming Queen 1964-65. nun U, w Mr. Sego looks very satisfied with FBLA's im- provements on the teacher's lounge. Senior cheerleaders present junior cheerleaders with their gold megaphones. w W ww. "' " k H. , s 'W R 5 Ya is X IW A J Vi A 4 me M, ,fo K My 4l And here he is Mr. Chuck Curtis, coach of the mighty Garland Owls, enroute to Houston and the state AAAA playoff game. National Honor Society's Christmas party was a big success according to NHS members. Love Field was completely overrun by GHS students as the Owls left for their second state championship game in a row. 42 Deb Council President Kathy Archibald presents junior Deb Linda Novak with her Deb pen. Members of the Student Assembly work on improvements of the class election system. "Well you see, Santa, I haven't really been a good boy," says Mr. Ralph Pease. Student Council's project for December was treating a needy family to Christmas dinner. flncidentally, Mrs. Willis and Bill Hunt represent the Student Council - not the needy familyll 43 January The annual staff worked diligently to meet their l.... ,, Q first deadline. Mike, Bill and Jody seem to know Mardi Gras, the 1965 Popularity Ball, was colorful and impressing. if the best place to meet the girls. 4 44 icki Stone and Cindy Blakeway, GHS cheerleaders, practice for the ext basketball game. The Key Club gets a good workout during a challenging f?l football game. Annual staff member Mary Ann Etheredge sells the first Pop Ball ticket to Larry Coswick. Glenn Taxton seems a bit upset after mid-term exams. 45 Bend and stretchg reach for the sky . . DECA students prepare to leave for their annual state convention Pictured Iefl lo right ure: fslfzmlingj Rick Goode, Roy Veal, Mr Head, fsealfvlj Vicki Wriglit and Sharon Simmons. February B oy, Mike, that's really a crazy dance step! Where the boys are . . . 46 victory for the Key Club over the KBOX Good Guys Mary Bowers teaches Bill Sharp not to break up in the cafeteria line. The annual Deb luncheon wus held in the exotic Ports O'Cull. 47 Dennis Wolfe blocks a basket and helps bring a Where did you get all those feet, Mr. Pease? 48 Student Council President eandidates Freddie Nolan, Fred Magee an Dun Anderton, utluek newly elected president, Put McLaughlin. Pat McLaughlin, Jo Clair Kopczynski, Paula Roberts, Lynn Brown, Mike Watkins and Wayne Eehols leave for rt Spanis' Club Convention in Austin. l 1 Nlew A-team cheerleaders for 1965-66 are Istzmdingl Kathy Burke, Brenda Bryant, Sandy Drum, Cindy Blakeway and fseatedl Teresa illayton, Donah Shaw, Gail Trousdale and Phyllis Hodges. lenior play cast members, Linda Quillin, Judy Walden 'nd Kathy Pearce, rehearse their lines for the annual vent. V 9, f V ..-M A ex , ' Q fs. I" 1 M., i I Q, ' n "g'rg5ff wx 51' .t W-,M J , .,:-k fn I in Mr. Moss works hard to clean up the halls after Student Council President campaign week. What's the matter, Mrs. Owens can't you get your foot up? 49 .-...-,, Enchanted Evening," the 1965 Junior-Senior Prom, was held in the National Room ofthe Merchandise Mart That Darwin says the sweetest things. Ac- tually Darwin Bacon and Linda Quillin are participating in a one-act play pre-sented by the CHS speech department. r T First one to the shoes is u dirty rat. May Paul Newman really took advantage of Crazy Hats and Shades Day. "Thank you very much for the fine portrait of me," says Mr. Hudson 'blanklyf 52 Kay Crow and Claudia Bates receive their honors at Awards Day A sembly. During the last two weeks of school the halls began to be crowded between classes. Attaining high scores on the National Merit Scholarship Test were Mary Beth Bowers, Harriet Blankley, Ronnie Bozman, and Mary Lou Shipley. Before school was out we were all about ready to hang ourselves. With the election of the 1965-66 Student Council the old year ended and the new year began. 53 611515595- I 55 ,JM X X ,W X 1 Wfww eiqg 4221 , Sm V, , 4, . R ff ff S The Senior Class of 1964-65 has proved itself to be one of the most Jutstanding ever to go through Garland High School. This unusually arge class has been exceptional in many ways. It has raised scholastic standards, won coveted awards, and abolished, changed, or instituted iumberless traditions. ' For the first time, there was a summer annual including the entire 1ear's activities. The Junior-Senior Prom was almost changed to a Senior ?rom. The class as a whole helped lay the groundwork for a modern luditorium, band hall, drama, and choral facilities. There can be no ioubt in anyoneis mind that behavior at Senior Day was much different from that of classes in the past. Graduation night itself was a switch from the usual cut-and-dried ceremony. Next year,s graduates probably till not broil in the sun at a football stadium for rehearsal and end up raduating in a sardine-packed gym just because of a thunderstorm. N This year's Senior Class has always been a closely knit one. Although it has weathered many disappointments, it also had rewarding moments bf glory. Everyone pulled together and usually came out on top. An era for Garland was drawn to a close as the Seniors graduated. With next year come graduating classes from two high schools. Never lgain will there be so close a sense of comradeship in our school as there vas with this class. V Senior Class Officers President ...... . . . Bill Crump Vice-President . . . . . . Mike Morris V Secretary .... .. Ellen Stricklin Treasurer .... .... A ndy Lipscomb Reporter . . . . . Judy Walden Miss Nan Carpenter was the Senior Clas sponsor. 57 Barry Adams Carol Adams Dorothy Adams Glenda Adams Jimmy Adams Bill Addington Sharon Akins Stephen Adams Edna Alexander Margaret Alexande' Darrell Allen Nita Allen Judy Allison Dorothy Alston Linda Amis Steve Anderton Merry Archibald .ILIIIICS Ashmore Janice Arnold Mike Attaway Deborah Ashenhurst Charles Axe Bobbie Ashley Darwin Bacon "All I want to do is go home," says Judy Walden Charles Baker George Baker Barbara Ballard Linda Balthrop Barbara Barker Gwynn Barker Senior Jay Spraggins was unaware that his picture was being taken while he was taking a picture. 60 Elizabeth Bailey Larry Bair Ronnie Baise Rusty Baity Iaudia Bates arbara Campbell Bearden icky Beaty ryan Beaver Karen Barnard Judy Ann Barnett Virginia Barrios Bennie Lou Bartell James Bartlett Ricky Bateman Wonder what Pat Patton finds so interesting in commercial law Seniors Clip Field and Monroe Blankenship finally receive their long'awaited senior rings. 62 Don Beaver Wayne Bedford Don Beeson Dale Bcggs Lanell Beggs David Bell Ernestine Bell Robert Bell Ronnie Bell Marcia Bellus Spencer Bennett Richard Benson Patty Bird ,James Blake lHarri,et Blunkley Carolyn Blount IWayne Boggs Cindy Bolton Heian Bounds ary Beth Bowers Rick Box Mike Boyd Judy Pruitt does not seem overly enthusiatic about receivin Ronnie Bozman Patsy Brackett her senior Deb jacket. Carl Bradford Peggy Brantley Kenneth Braziel Billy Brewer Ann Cordon helps lead the band in the first parade of the school year, the Labor Day Parade. 64 Linda Brewer Phyllis Brewer Linda Browder Clyde Brown .lim Brown Lynn Brown Milic Brown Richard B. Brown Paula Broylcs Shirley Brown Billy Bryan Kathy Buhler .lean Bunch Phyllis Bunch Linda Burgett Carolyn Burk Carol Burkham Bob Burleson Craig Burns Cary Burns Pam Burns Jerry Butler 65 Janice Butt Lindsey Cady Larry Caldwell Ronnie Caldwell Steve Campbell Santha Carmack Bessie Carner Beverly Carpenter Kenneth Carpenter L. D. Carpenter Junior Carroll Dennis Casey Mrs. Willis gets her birthday Bill Hunt gets his, too . That cake is mighty good after cake... a Raymond Caskey Steve Cates Donna Cawthon Karen Cerniak Donna Chandler Lee Cheutham Jeri Chesser Betty Clark Dennis Clark Sharon Clopton Barbara Chlomia John Cole Richard Cole Jerry Collard Pam Collier Judy Collins 67 ,lim Starling and Pat Crawford must have serious matters on their minds! Steve Collins Pat Collinswortlr Ronnie Combest Billy Combs Larry Compton Cynthia Cook Ed Cook Miko Cook Sue Cook Don Cooper Robert Corlett Ronald Cox Donna Craig l l Sandy Crain Candus Crawford Carolyn Crawford Pat Crawford Duane Cross Kay Crossman Kaye Crow Mike Crumpley Darryl Cruitt Edna Alexander starts the complicated task of applying make-up. Linda Crawford Debbie Crouch ,ww Bill Crump Tony Cyganik Bill Dollar Dan Dancer Bob Day Debbie Davis Jerry Davis Judy Davis Linda Davis Mike Davis Ronnie Davis Mike Dean Judy Walden and Mike Morris pose for the camera as good Owls should. Paula DeArment xv' ,.... l l li Vicki Stone and Bill Crump were chosen Mr. and Miss GHS. Mike Deaton Beverly Decker Mike Delk Allen Dendy Mickey Denman Dinah Dewberry James Dewberxy George De Witt Karen Dietz David Dillard 7l Brenda Dixon Sharon Doublin Joe Driver John Duckworth Chuck Duke Harold Duncan Jeannie Duncan Ronnyo Dunn Sherry Durr Buddy Echols Jerry Echols Cary Edgar Will such senior boys as Hassan ever grow up? Linda Ely Derrie Elliott Cindy Bolton and Gail King both look ready to go home after a hard day at school. Judy Emerson Nancy Emswiller Paul E-nglebretson Lynn English Clem Enyart Mary Ann Etheredge David Evans Phillip Evans Rick England Virgil Evans Dempsey Farmer Larry Fenter 73 Gary Ferrill Chip Field Danny Finch Charles Finglea Mike Flanagan Ralph Floyd Mike Foster Charlotte Foulkes David Fowler Genie Fraley Roy Frederick Ann Freeman Bill Frizzell Mrs. Grant conducts a typical class .lody Fry Tommy Fuqua Mary Gamble M. G: Garvin Gilda Geldmeier Gary Gibbons Yvonne Gifford Wayne Gill Weldon Gilmore Juanita Giles Charles Glidden Johnny Godwin Gladys Goode Rick Goode Glenda Gossett Ann Gordon 75 Barbara Graham Jerry Graves Sharon Graves Joe Gray Eddie Greening Judy Grice Linda Grider Ann Griffin oops! Kathy Gray Helen Green Johnny Green Lorna Green Stanley Griffis Barbara Griffith Mike Griffith Linda Grimes Frank Gunter Victor H1 .in Cliff Halderman Gem, Haliburton On her way to the film room, Judy Pruitt decided to give a short concert. Carolyn Hall David Hall Mike Hall Paula Hall 77 Toni Hall Lowell Halpin Mike Hammack Bob Hammond Curtis Hanks Chuck Hanson Grace Hanssen Cleve Hargrove Kathy Pearce and Dennis Wolfe prove that they are budding young actors. 78 Janet Hargrove Mary Harkins David Harris Darla Harrison Fonda Harrison Linda Harrod Mary Harry Billy Gartwell Elaine Harville Charlean Harwell Deanna Hawkins Larry Hawkins Cheri Heath Gerald Heifner Craig Hendrick Judy Higgs The Senior flag proudly flies over Garland High School. 79 Rick Hill Bonnie Hinshaw Tommy Hitchcock Ronny Hobb i Vickie Hodges Zack Hodges Glenda Hodkinson Linda Hoedebeck X l FIRST: The long awaited moment finally SECOND: All Seniors like to show off THIRD: After the novelty wears comes when the Seniors get their rings. their new rings. those new rings often go to other pt 80 Pat Hoffman ,lim Holly Mark Holly Arnold Holloway ,lim Holmes Dale Holt Marinel Hooks David Hopdins Linda Browder is hushful about telling Santa what she wants for Christmas. Andra Ingram does not have a worry in the world about getting what she wants for Christmas. But it is Judy Walden who wonders whether or not she deserves her Christmas wish. 8I John Horak Jimmy Hoskins The expression on Sandy Wilemon's face shows the concern we all felt before the Owls won State for the second time. 82 yu, Jimmy Houston Darrell Howard Carol Howe Robert Howington l Connie Howman Robert Hoye I I 4 Jerry Hubbard Jimmy Hubbard Kerry Hubble The Seniors wait patiently to order their graduation invitations Kirk Huffman Lani Huffman Sonia Huffman Brenda Huggett Anita Hughes Donna Hughes Linda Hughes Bill Hunt Emory Hunt It is easy to see Linda Browder was nominated for Homecoming Queen. Pat Hunt Carol Hutson Jackie Hutson ill Crump shows the determinations of the mighty Owl am before pep rally. Sheila Jackson Shirley Jackson Gary Jacobs Ronnie Ingram Lee Roy Ivey Ann Jackson ArliS Jackson Andra lngram ,loanglames Jody James Floyd Jester Linda lobe Bill Hunt and Marie Cherry present Linda Browder with the title of Homecoming Queen for 1964. Linda's father, Mr. W. M. Browder, looks on. Suzan James Donald Jennings Dale .locoy Linda Johnson Michael Johnson Cary Jones Larry Jones Phil Jones Ruby Jones Tony Jones Charles Jones Henry Jones Rita Jones Rita Jane Jones Kathy Jordan Marcia Keith Suzanne Kidd feeds Clifton Turner at the annual Quarterback Club supper 87 ,lerry Kelly Patricia Kelly Carolyn Kemp Inez Kemp Lee Kennemer Eddie Kent Suzanne Kidd Gayle King .lolm King Pat King Morris McMunigal and Kermit Paulos prepare for an experiment as Mrs. Crocker stands well out of range. 88 Glenda Kirk Llmla Kirk Patrivia Kirklmam Janie Knight Karyn Kolb Dunnis Wolfe vigorously plays cl1e-erleader at lc Scniur-Faculty basketball game. .lo Claire KOpCzynski .loscph Krizan .lamvs Krodel Danny Kuelm Betty Lamfc Nancy Land Larry Landrum Chuck Landers Jackie Lanier Karolyn Lannom Sue Lawrence Janice Lawson James Lawson Vicki Lawson Annetta Laye Marnetta June Laym- Mike Leiath Connie Lee Andrew Leech Becky Legg Dan Leith Brian Levy Diane Lipps Andy Lipscomb 90 Cary Love Michael Lowery Jerry Luellen Henry Luman William Linle Rick Loherg Pete Lobstreter Mike Locke Patricia Loflon Don Logan Donna Loncy Tina Lott Senior Steve Albright was named one of the top orators in an oratorical contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. 9l Linda Luna Bob Mabery .lim MacKenzie Gayla Maggart Bill Mahan Malcolm Mallell ' Ricky Manuel Ronnie Marcucci Cary Marks Carolyn Marlin if 3 Mrs, Blackburn looks on as .lay Spraggins and Mary Ann Elhridge, Charlotte Marlin Ggyla llgrlin members of this year'5 annual staff, slave UH to meet that deadline. 92 Sharon May Gloria lVluyz1hlJ Linda Martin Randy Martin Tom Martin Cary Massey Richard Mussingill Diane Masters Donnie Mathis Sherry Matlock Gene Mayes BC'mYMCCf1f1C1' Cary Jones, Ronnie Bozman, and Bill Hunt rehearse diligently for their debut on the drill team that performed at the Senior-Faculty basketball game. Ronnie MCCICHIQ' Carolyn McC1ung Sharon McC0wan Dick McCullough Annu McKinney Craig McKnight George MCKOOI Edna McGee Don McGlaun Rita McGuffey Linda McGuire Morris McManigal Lea McMurray David McNatt Danene McPhaiI Vicki McSwain 94 i Peggy Meade Floyd Meeks John Meeks Wayne Meinhardt Phil Metcalf Steve Mhoon James Midgeit Donald Miller In absence of the real thing, the blacktop between the AD Building and the cafeteria serves the purpose for surfer Harriet Blankley. 95 ,lamcs Miller Nancy Miller Sophie Miller Butch Mintcr Hurry Mitchell Rose Ann Mitchell Steve Mitchell Scott Monroe Well, if you insist, Mr. Butler! 96 Sllljffy Monncyhan Christine Moore Paul Morrow Larly Moss Paula Mooro Kaye Morgan Judy Morris Mike Morris Ann Mothershed Marsha Moulton Leanne Murphy Mike Murphy Z 7 f-' 4-'gvhlnni What is so interesting out on the parking lot, Cary? 97 Judy Murray Charlie Myers .lerry Myers Sandy Myers Richard Nall Gloria Nedbalek Richard Nelson .lanell Neugin Mike Newell Glenn Newman Karen Nickens Sandra Norling Steve Norris Dennis Norton Hill Norvell Leona Nowlin Jimmy Oden Billy Odle Sam Odom Nancy Ogle, Linda Ogleshy Richard Oglesby Barbara Orman Tommy Overall On the trip back home, Richard Oglesby and Linda Spence seem to be en- grossed in reports of that Garland-Galena Park football game. So THIS is what goes on on the hand bus! Linda Quillin and Mary Gamble are always good for a practical joke. 99 Brenda Owens Frances Owings Judy Oxford Wayne Pace Ann Parker Jerry Parker Joe Parker Karen Parker Charlotte Foulkes practices for the speech departmenfs one-act play Roger Parker Travis Parker Jessie Partain Don Paschal Tommy Partridge Charla Patrick Pat Patrick Nancy Pattison Pat Patton Judy Pelton Tammy Patton Elizabeth Pazick Kathy Pearce Diane Peck Judy Pelton Lynne Penny IOI .lohnny Perkins Allen Peters Andrea Peters Dennis Peters Garth Petty Cheryl Phillips Lee Phillips Linda Phillips Mrs. Willis finally gives the thrilled cheerleaders their hard- but the newness wears off easily earned jackets . . . l02 Paul Piccola Gary Pickelt Jerry Pickle Joe Paul Pierce Patsy Pierce Ingrid Pitts Gene Plulnlee Paula Pointer Judy Ponder Gary Pool Jimmie Poorc Madalyne Poovey Rebecca Pope Frank Porchcddu l03 Mwep Barbara Cohlmia discusses the new election systcm with two of her committecmcn, Nancy Vernon and Duncan Thomas. Karen Porter Jane Presley Becky Pruitt .ludy Pruitt .ludy Purcell Vikki Purdom Jan Purdy Loretta Pyles Linda Quillin Mike Ragsdale Jerry Ramos Diane Ramph 104 1 Wecda Rawlin Sue Reynolds Steve Rhodes Danny Rich Great big football player Bill Crump pro- tects itty-bitty annual editor Judy Walden from the big had photographer. Charles Riley Pam Ritchie Bill Roark Mike Roberts Paula .lo Roberts Ronnie Roberts Vicki Roberts Karen Robison I05 Gary Robinson Judy Robinson Roy Rohnett David Rocholl Terry Roe Jerry Rogers J oe Rogers Cheri Heath sells Gerald Heifner a football banner. Richard Rogers James Rollins D. Roper JoAnn Rosson George Row Bill Roland Charlene Russell James Russom Bob Ryan John Salter Phil Salx .idor Jean Sampson Sandy Sanders Poor underclassmen like Braxton Lord had a hard day when Seniors like Mike Watkins got their new rings. I07 Bobbie Sawyer Carol Saxton Arthur Schultz Ronnie Scoggins Linda Self Sally Sellers Hassan Sharawi Bill Sharp Curtis Sharp Rex Sharp Ellen Shelton , Billy Sheridan 4 Connie Shewmake Don Shipley Mary Lou Shipley Wayne Shipley Rick Shugart Vick Shugart Mike Simmons Sandy Simmons Sharon Simmons Sue Sims Jan Sims Charles Sirles Kenneth Smith Rex Smith Sharon Smith Sherri Smith "" 4 S it I 1 .,,. 1 22 2555" ' .. .figag ,- .5 7: i'-' 5 'Ep':'ff 55', .'fi : :ff F ' .1 DZ: 5"2iJ..5f1 ' ,,., 7 12 if 5-xi ' M "lg, , 2 pf? S ,, fi' 2 5 1552 :gtg ff -ii" 5 , f L. Q f 3 s7i?'Kv..Xv t is ,, i-225 Q l 'sw it I A 53 52 fi,ie:fggsg?f Q r S f 1? H: , ' ig f Ha g: - ..f:7f'12x -fit.: r s't,s , .Qs " T' ,..- i A 'i- " y t V 'I ist Hifiiir " Rf -. .t,, .,.. Y' i eg,,,"' , W, I ,1:k,, X A ., M I 2 li L. N Y V. 1 .-,. - fs - 1 AQ? , Y ,J H3 It lx ily, - ff , .i - . I slr ew' T V -Lkr V . if ' V ih" lr ' t . :fag , . r t t .s r If N' Q Karen Nickens and Bill Hunt pause between practices for the routine to be performed for the Faculty-Senior basketball game. I09 Walter Smith Wanda Smith Charles Sneath Essie Soliz One of the many romantic moments in the Senior Play. Bitsy, played by Candus Crawford, al- ways seemed to be eating . . . notice who is the only one eating here. IIO Jennie Sorrells Sharon Spears Shirley Spicer Ronnie Spivey .lay Spraggins .lerilyn Cox Sprowls Steve Spurgin Jim Starling Jan Starr Tim Stephens Hank Stepllcnsrm Pat Stewart Vicki Stone Tim Stovall Vernia Strawn Ellen Stricklin Kenneth Stringer Steve Struve Dennis Sullivan Sharon Swoveland Carol Sznajclcr Gail Talkington l'aul Tatum Betty Tripp Hoy Talley Linclu Thompson Edward Thompson Sandra Terry George Allen Tccr Cary Tillerson Gwen Tillett Nancy Tipton 'Oh for senior exemptions," sighs junior Kent Dcmetri. Tommy Tompkins Harris Tolleson Tommy Turrentine .lohn Todd Sherry Tauzin Bruce Taylor Carl Taylor Linda Taylor Melva Taylor Patricia Taylor Gary Trammell Connie Tugglc Claude Turner Clifton Turner Terry Turner Sherry Matlock accompanies Judy Pruitt as she sings her solo at the Corpus Christi Buccaneer Festival. II3 Cindye Vaughn Nancy Vernon Sandra Vihrock Mike Vice Marilyn Wagner Judy Walden Sherry Urhan Mike Ursery Terry Van Duser Ronald Vurgesco v The line was long for seniors like St Mitchell to receive their announcements . L and Mike Cook, who helped unload the nouncements. Bob Walker David Walker James Walker Wenda Walker Ann Wallace Cary Wallace Nancy Wallacc Donna Ward Linda Wurc Keith Wuslllaurn Chuck Waters Mike Watki11s Charles Watson Duane Watson Will We-Lxthersby Bob Weaver Susan Webb Belinda Welk Barbara Wells .ludy Wcsbury' Carolyn West Jimmy Wester Denny Wheat .loan Wlleally' Donald Wheeler Paul Whitman John Wh1te-ell Strongman ,lames Patton lifts a car? Tony Williams Bo Peep Wilcoxson Sandi Wilemon Donald Wiley Linda Wilkins Patsy Wilks Betty Williams David Williams Hilda Williams Janet Williams Marion Williams Ollie Owl Calias Ronnie Spiveyj defends Garland High with his life! II7 .lo Ann Wilson Ray Windt Sheri Wise Darlene Wolfe Dennis Wolfe Andrea Wooldridge Mike Watkins and Andra Ingram hurriedly memorize lines for the Senior Play. Barbara Cohlmia, Linda Quillin, and Jody Fry work dili- gently UD at the Senior Play practices. II8 Diana Wood Winnefred Wood Denise Wright Frances Wright Debbie Ziegler Stuart Allison Pat Crawford Linda Creed Martha Cillentine Kathy McAllister Nancy Rener Diana Rominger Pat Smith Dales Ames Bill Allen Paul Archer Mike Arnold Tom Atkins Darwin Bacon Nick Beltere James Berry Monroe Blankenship Herbert Boatwright Lennie Browning Nolan Burns Dennis Caublc William Collander Hugh Collins Richard Covington Danny Dickey Jimmy England Denny Fain George Forbes 'lhomas Forbes NOT PICTURED Jackie Wright Norma Wright Toni Wright Wanda Yates Donna Yeagel Kay Yeager Diane Youngman Billie Zaeske Craig Foster Alan Franks Jimmy Gray Jerry Hainline Jim Higginbothcn Randall Jones William Jones Ronnie Kay Robert Koon Eddie Landrum Kenny Lasater Johnny Lockhart Bill Mahon R. C. McBrayer Mike Miller Paul Newman James Patton Jerry Payne Cary Penson Charles Rea Art Sachtlebcn Joe Sxnallwood Reggie Stubblefiel-d Gerald Swindell Mike Whalen Michael Yarborough Everett Jay Yeager II9 ...-1. 1 If 1 z X q . 1' 9 0 " N g ag I 'Ii 3 - -r . I U , . N 2 -Q., .1 A 'L' Ak 'L -N , ag e E 2.5 3,3 23, ff? fu 'vw ' -' 5+ f '74 ,L K. 5 X Q, 5 ' . I A 3 T ,Q 5 5 Q-A ,Q 1 Y' :eww 'W vw M J 5 ' Nw 1 'M WW W - 'f I 1, . 1 , 1 ' 4 lv as X X X x a ,SAI -v-f X F5- - Q 4 ,. I-"gi , 3159? , , . O 'Z 5 .2 37 5 l A ' " . M . I,- 'Jw kg. 12 'ff' Kathy Pearce and Dennis Wolfe exhibit their acting ability in the Senior Play. .ludy Walden and Andy Leech rehearse a more serious passage from the Senic Play, 'Alt Happens Every Summerf, ,aiy eeer eetetr S TTTIQ yt,r r ' it 5 2 . Ty y Q 11 Al l ,m . gi gs , Ft . I f i ' QQ, A A fx X 4tfg:::,QHe, if V .3 .is :,k i ,qi nag A .V ' X W ' K It K , ' : - VJ "" -V QT edu ag, Q, F 7,3555 W Xxwgvlf ll' ,,?4M..f 1 kk S , VVIVV K il! KR ' i',i f X K T-5 X '- V ' 7 " 1 f 'V X Q: 3 VVKI ii tw, e Ei K vu. an B e, H ' -f-, , it ' ' y t i ,Q it gp ., , ,XM 1 5,3 , t.r. B 4 .f an 'wks' 'I:'1 f Jr .,., A ' f. a e WK' - ' wi r'f,1 -t-' -fl -t,,'.rr ' .V . V ' 4 Dickie McCullough, Mike Brown and Brenda Huggett enjl Bike Day. I Even though there had been much doubt as to whether the day would actually take place, all the Seniors turned out to celebrate Bike Day. 22 he Senior cheerleaders lead their last cheers at Senior Assembly. Seniors were labeled as they checked in at Senior Day. Judy Walden and Sonia Huffman deliver a history of the Senior Class at the Senior Assembly. go was a main attraction at Senior Day. Many ex- ing prizes were won. sm 335 I23 Ronnie Bell reveives his diploma. Graduation - The 196111-65 graduating class W2 the largest ever to come out of Garlan High School. There were 634- graduate with 71 honor students. Graduation night a terrific hail storl hlew up, creating a problem for th ceremonies. After much debate, all the student p 964-65 l id parents and friends were trans- lrred to the boys' Gym. There, packed moulder to shoulder, 634 people were faduated. To many, the stormy gradu- lion was a disappointment and a let- nwn, but all were happy enough to :eeive their diplomas. Graduation was a disappointment to many. l25 s 1 Q i f 3 1 1 4 4 1 Wim progress comes perfection. Although the school and students ave changed through the years, the ideals and goals have not. The junior ear still marks the turning point-the transformation from sophomore to enior. The memories of the magazine drive, the Junior-Senior Prom, and the l ang awaited class rings are mingled with rising school spirit, leadership esponsibilities, and senior expectations. There is no finer time to set ie goals to be obtained as a Senior class. l By combining Garland High School tradition with new ideas, the 765 Liniors have found a portion of the balance needed for progress towards erfection. l l I i Junior Class Officers President ...... .... D on Jacobs I Vice President .. Meredith Potts Secretary ..... .. Cindy Blakway Treasurer . . . . . Debbie Shelton Reporter .. .. Kerry Garrison Miss Jill Shugart busy at her job as Junior Class sponsor. IZ7 Sharon Adams Judy Airhart Barbara Akin .lim Alexander Charlene Allen Nelda Anderson Dan Anderton Jane Anthony Carey Arey Johnny Arthur Linda Ashwood Susan Atkinson Charlcie Baggett Carol Baker Davetta Ball Judy Barber Ann Barkworth Nancy Barnes Darlene Barnett Bobby Barnette Rozann Barron Kelly Bateman Nancy Benner Kathy Benningfield Elizabeth Bewley Larry Bickle Tommy Bigllanl Cindy Blakeway Joy Boatwright Sherry Bolton Brice Bonner Charles Bowles Joe Boulware Freddie Boyd Regina Branch Linda Campbell Mike Campbell Rex Campbell Sandra Campbell Phillip Calvert Rick Carter Lana Caraway James Carey George Carpenter John Carrigan Mike Cartwright Charlotte Casteel Sue Christian Mary Cobble Kay Cockrel Beverly Branum .lo Ann Breck Suzette Brewer Ronnie Bridgewater Bobby Brill Kriss Brooks Buddy Brown Dianne Brown Rodney Brown Shirrell Brown Billy Brownrigg Larry Bunch Patricia Bunch Kathy Burke Tommy Burleson Mike Burngham Lewis Bursley Clifford Campbell Craig Campbell Ginger Campbell Janet Coldwell Judy Coleman Lowell Collingsworth Mike Commons Dave Conner Joe Cooper Rex Cooper Carolyn Corley Ronnie Cox Gary Crabtree Roger Crabtree Paula Crawford Richard Crawford Ruth Crumpton Rebecca Dager Linda Dale Peggy Damon Jackie Daniel Diane Davie Carl Davis Connie Davis Randy Davis Larry Davidson Linda Dean Bobby de Larios Kent Demetri Super Girl fCindy Blakewayi flies again. ak' Kenny Enlow Cathy Ethel Wayne Echols Allen Edney Harriet Edwards Chesley Elder Jan Eldridge Ernest Englebrctson Robert Duke Jimmy Duncan Lesley Dunning Steve Durham Gary Dykes Jimmy Dykes Ray Eastwood Marty Echols "Yes Sir, Coach Brown, the hook shot goes up, not down," says Roger Hen- SOD. Len Dendy Mary Diaz Sandra Dickson Frances Diebold Linda Digigilo Dorothy Dixon Tom Donaldson Kelly Drown Sandy Drum Mike Duggan Ronnie Evans Sandy Evins Forrest Eubanks Sharon Fain Theda Field Tommy Fields Charles Fisher Kathy Fishpaw Bob Fitzgerald Bob Folstadt Coy Ford Johnny Ford Pamela Ford Ronnie Ford .lack Foster Angela Fowler Loren Frost Sue Fuller Charles Fulton Marilyn Fykes Keith Gardner Keny Garrison .lim Gaskey Pat Gear Danny Gentry Gwen George Loyd Gibbons Gloria Gomez Kathleen Goodm Gary Goswick HI1 tyre-4 ' 'gfrgg ' Doug Harris Joyce Harrison Sharon Harwell Shirley Harvell Patricia Hatchel Martha Hailey Sue Hawthorne Dave Hayes Donna Heddin Greta Heifner Phil Hampton Mary Haley Diane Halpin Pete Hammerle Larry Goswick Ronnie Golhals Leroy Gouge Saundra Graham David Green Patsy Griffin Susan Grissom Theresa Gundy Virginia Gunn Hazel Halbert Mike Hancock Judy Hardernan Chester Harp Jeanie Harper Mike Hansen John Hanssen Ann Heinen Kynne Helton Roger Henson Johnny Hesselberg Dean Hill Shirley Hill Tommy Holbert Linda Holland Jimmy Holloway Gayle Holt Don Jacobs Ronny Jacobs Toni James Fonda Johnson Randy Johnson Cynthia Jonas Kenneth Jones Laura J ones Sammy Jones Sylvia Jordan La Donna-Howard Sherry Howell Mike Howington Gary Hufsteller Margaret Hughes Bill Hunt Judy Hutson Sharon Ivie Charlotte Jackson Ann Jacobs Carol Lanham Eddie Langford Janet Sue Koenig Olga Lambert Marilou Lammon Delores Lang Mike Lawley Joyce Leathers Johnnie Lee Wayne Legg Mary Jo Kapp Jeanette Kegans Vicki Key James Kile Brenda Killgo Donna King John Kinsey Bobby Kirby Toni Kirpatrick Sammy Knight Harvey Lemmond Cieta Lierman Lynn Ie Flone Don Locke Kay Loden Braxton Lord Mary Lopez Randy Lowry Pat Lousy John Loyd Sandra Martin John Massey Eugene Mathews Kenneth Mathews Shelly Mathews Ronnie Mathis Bob Matlock Penny Matlock Jackie May George Maynard Robert Mackey Pat McLaughlin Sharon Marshall Linda Martin Roger Martin Vickie McElyia Linda MCC-ee David McKee Thomas McLelland Dwain Malone Gregg Lyles Fay McCallister Cary McCallum Maribeth McCarter Elaine McCluskey James McCormack Robert McCormack Wilette MeCroan Kerry McCrum Linda McElvany Alan Mayrell Rose Mary Medina Nancy ,lo Meeks Chuck Meis Ann Meredith Joyce Miller Patty Miller Darla Mitchell Steve Mitchell David Montgomery Raymond Montgomery Terry Moore Virginia Morgan Lana Morrison Sherry Moss Anita Morris Sharon Morris Billy Moulden Mike Mozley Lee Nan Myers Donald Nall Nancy Nall Carol Napier Kathy Neal Richard Neal Evan New Cary Newman Bobby Nichols Freddie Nolan Linda Novak Michale O,Brien Billy Ogletree Janice Ogletree Phillip Orni Danny O'Rear Rosalyn Owing Gail Pace Keith Parks Mike Partridge Weldon Patrich Bill Patterson Kenneth Patterson Dulu Paul Terry Paul Kermit Paulos Linda Payne David Peck Marilane Perriman l Dee Peters Mary Ann Peterson Freddie Nolan Dan Anderton and Pat Mclaughlin are convincing Fred McGee that competition for Student Council President is rough. And competition is rough, according to vote counters Ronnie Boz man and Miss Jill Shugart. Billy Moulden, Mike Lawler, Ricky Carter, Jacky Daniel and Jackie May just can't get it through their heads that Debs is for girls only. Mike Pfeifer Gary Pippin Tina Plate Pattie Pointer Sandy Polin Walton Poole Roger Poore Dickie 'Potcet Meredith Potts India Powell Jerry Powell Ronda Powell James Pruett Don Pugh Donald Pugh Gay Purdy Floyd Pyles Mike Rankin Glenda Raines Lanny Rains Francine Sarvas Gary Schmidt .limmy Salisbury Sylvia Samuel Sherry Sanders Victoria Rominger Channita Ross Dianne Round Stanley Rowden Norman Rowell Paul Rudolph Gail Ryan Duke St. Aubin MI know there is a fire, but I've just got one more p to readg besides . . . Jim Regnold David Repp Nancy Reynolds Jaylene Riley Joyce Rice Roth Richard Rita Richardson .lack Roberts Mary Robinson Jolinda Rockett David Scott Johnny Seaborn Beverly Seibel Patsy Sharp Debbie Shelton Arlan Sherrill Jennifer Sherron Linda Shew Barbra Shields Linda Shipman Bob Shugart Diane Shugart Bob Shults Tommy Sibley Kay Simmons Donna Sirles Cindy Smith Isabel Smith Charlene is not through packing yet. James Smith Karen Smith Linda Smith K sw, ,YZ 4 Qlnswl ,. s eg ' .g QM Phyllis Snyder Adriana Sorensen Richard S arks P Jane Sparling Linda Spawn Gloria Spence Brenda Spradlin Linda Springfield Allan Stafford Becky Stanley Chuck Stevenson Laura Stone Bobby Terry Glenn Thaxton C. A. Theis Duncan Thomas Jo Nell Thomas Glenda Thompson A. Wayne Thompson Wayne Thompson Linda Thorne Bonnie Tipton Beverly Stubbs Janis Summers Cynthia Tackett Cindy Tallent Ernest Tally John Tapp Bobbie Tarpley Hilda Tate Patricia Taylor Whitt Teer .loc Tidwell Arthur Charles Walker Glenda Walder Roy Veal Peter Voigt Evelyn Vice William Waldron Jimmy Walker Phillip Wallin Charles Warren Eddie Warrick James Trible Gail Trousdale Richard Tullos Judy Turner Rusty Tussy Ronnie Tyner Larry Vance Jimmy Vaughan King Vaughn Rita Vaughn Carolyn Washburn Lee Washburn Cary Watkins Glenda Watkins Lawrence Watson Yvonne Watkins Jimmy Welch David Wells Kay Wheeler Edith White Bruce Wiggs Judy Wilbum Lydia Willard Bill Willianis Mark Williams Elaine Willig Ann Wood .loyce Wood Paul Wood Sherry Wo1'tl1am Gary Wright Linda Wyrick Richard Wheat Sharon Wright Vickie Wriglit Up in the air . . . down the stair . . . of a fall beware' Nancy Ayers Gaye Barnard Marilynn Case Sandy Cates Linda Cheatham Virginia Creed Patricia Day Patricia De .long Darlene Dismore Pamela Foster Charlene Garrett Gwen George Brenda Gill Jan Glass Barbra Harrah Connie Hayes .lere Hemphill Carol Holbert Toni James Sandra .lones Sandre Kinsell Mary Lavett Vikke Martinez Joneta Morgan Judy Poore Darla Radcliffe Mary Regan Janet Riley Vesta Sallee Patsy Spicer Connie Styer ,lan Tomlinson Dee Warren Sharon Webb Linda Winsett Rodney Brink Roy Burk Johnny Cannon Evan Clark Pat Curren Larry Davidson J ack Day Dennis Gough Randy Guidry Charles Gunter Ricky Hamilton Kynne Hilton Mickey Henard NOT PICTURED Jimmy Huffman Otis Hume David Jacobs Frank Jerina Jimmy Kemp Gary Kinser A. C. Loelsh Gary Lockhart Randy Lowry Fred Magee Thomas Mahan Floyd Marrs Robert Mash Michael McCullough James Mobley Claude Montgomery Owen Moore David Morris Mike Murray Bill Nelson Donnie Meveling Ronnie Parker Jerald Pike John Poetsehle Theresa Yaeger Marianne Yarber Beverly Yarbrough Thomas Y'Barba Linda Yeager Bob Yeatts Carolyn Youmans Beverly Young Brenda Young Phyllis Young Billy Prock Richard Rominger Jerry Rowell William Schmidt David Schultz Harman Smith Roy Shultz Roy Stevens Dennis Sullivan Charles Tauney Larry Thompson Ronald Thompson Harliss Turner .lee Vella Charles Vessel Ronny Wellner James Wiginton Owen Williams Malcolm Williamson Mike Willis .lames Wilson John Woodriff Billy Wright John Wright 'xg X N 22 2 an ,gg ff As every sophomore class before, the Sophomore Class of '65 entered arland High School with much anticipation. New experiences, new 'iends and new teachers awaited these underclassmen. Tradition seemed + be the first interest in every sophomoreis mindg such as the fall ,racking of skulls with red StOf1CS,, the annual selling of candy, and the ipping in the fountain endured by the :slower sect'. Although underclassmen, they projected themselves in various money- ,aking activities. Candy sales, Garland Owl tags, and other projects have iown the leadership and willingness of this class. Some sophomores icelled in sports, others excelled in leadership, and many excelled in te boasting of Owl spirit, but each student expressed individuality. The Sophomores of '65 have left a lasting impression on their many lrquaintances. Their ability and eagerness to learn and participate will urely increase as they grow with G.H.S. Sophomore Class Officers eszdent ...... George Clayton 'ce-President ....... Teresa Clayton cretary .... . . . Phyllis Hodges easurer . . . . Brenda Perry porter . . . . . . Marty Hubert Being sponsor of the sophomore class entails hard work and long hours. With occasional help from col- leagues, Mrs. McEachern has done an exceptional job as sponsor. I47 Randy Abney Benny Adams Patsy Adams Larry Akin Gary Alamo Lee Alderman Richard Aldridge Judy Alexander Lester Alexander Sherry Allen Cheryl Alnes Marsha Amis Patricia Amis Charla Anderson Becky Andrews Rupert Anthony Sue Appelbee ,lack Arnold Wanda Amold Dale Arrington Pat Askue Betty Averre Linda Bagley Melanie Bain Anxious Kathy Nelson receives her megaphone necklace from Vicki Stone. Susan Baker Chrys Bane Linda Barker Betty Barnett Linda Bell Melanie Bell Becky Bennett Josephine Biler Bobbie Bland Nancy Blount Donna Bolton Margaret Boyer 5,7 A .f ,.....: Aw l E l wwf Carolyn Brackeen Zt, Glenda Bracken 1 'V .l1, QT. e'.r I t Sandra Bratton if f - ', Geraldine Brooks .M 1' ' Hilti 'K Wil -nf" if - L ..,. ,.... . K 'Q' ' 4 ' fur- ,. ze ' ,... 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K :K K 2 1 Johnnie Bragg Larry Branch Jimmy Bryan James Brewer Steve Brooks Roy Bunch Roy Burk Gary Burt Jerry Caldwell Barbara Callahn Sherry Camp Janis Cannon Johnny Cannon Candy Carter Beverly Cartwrigh Gay Cash Steve Castell Jane Castle John Cerniak Susan Chandler Debbie Childers Leslie Childs Carolyn Childress Linda Chitwood Joan Clanton Bill Clark Mike Clark Tam Clark 11 Judie Brownlee Loretta Brunson Brenda Bryant Jo Ann Buhler Patsy Buinanan Linda Burns Brenda Burrow James Baker Bill Bechtel David Beck Kenneth Bennent Bruce Bennett Gary Bennett Doyle Black Mike Blain Bob Blankenship Keith Blankenship Danny Blass Ronnie Bohannon Bill Bourek Phillip Boyd Johnny Day Trixie Day Jim Deaney Debbie Denney Ronald Denney Berry Dennis Cherly Derry Saundra Dewey Janice Dickerson Linda Dickey Chuck Dicus Sandra Dickson Sandra Dillard Diane Dingenthal George Clayton Teresa Clayton Ronnie Cole Curtis Coleman Marsha Coleman Janice Collander Key Collisngworth Gerry Collins James Conner David Cook Jerry Cook Sara Cook Deborah Cooper Rickie Cooper Melissa Cortanza William Cowan Danny Crawford Brenda Culpepper Linda Culver Bert Curtis Franklin Davis Frankie Davis Linda Davis Patty Davis Ronnie Davis Sharon Davis Donna Day Jennifer Darling Janie Davis Judy Davis Bill Edwards Catherine Edwards Mike Edwards Jill Eldridge Audrey Estes Ray Evans James Everett Bruce Evans Becky Ewing Brenda Fagala Dean Faucett Diane Faulkner Glyndle Feagin Marc Felder Jo Duncan .lim Dunlap Larry Duyck Barbara Dybrieg Craig Easley Sherrie Drane Denise Duckworth Linda Duckworth Mike Ferris Susan Field Roger Fisher Susan Fleeup Ken Flowers Vicki Folsom Maroha Folsiadt Ronald Fong Marcele Ford Gary Fowler Cherry Freeman Sandra Frey Janet Funderburg Beverly Cain Ronnie Gammon Mary Ann Garrett Dona Garrison Gary Gayler Betty Ann George Garry Gerlich Barbara Griffin Shirley Gill Phyllis Hammersmith Gary Hampton Susan Hardwick Tommie Hare Jeanette Hargrove Eddie Harper Jan Harris Martha Harris Lloyd Harrod Jackie Harry Arthur Hatcher Judy Hawthorne Susie Haynes David Head Jimmy Hedric Dianne Henager Bill Hendrix Barbara Hennig Celia Hensley Robert Hesselberg Steven Hickman Robert Higgs Rickey Hightower Dona Hines Phyllis Hodges Carol Holland Diane Holland Holly Hollenhead Greg Gifford James Gilhreatll Jerry Gillispie Karen Glass Barbara Gleiser Lee Goodman Sandra Goodman Bruce Goranson Margaret Goswick Gary Grussman Sandra Gray Kenneth Gregory Linda Grice David Grimes Dan Grimland Jerry Halpin Phyllis Ham Pat Hammack Charlotte Holloway Weldon Holloway Barbara Holt Larry Hookins Jesse Hooks Don Hopkins Terry Horton Novelyn Howard Brenda Howell Bill Howell Marty Hubert Bob Huddleston Cindy Huggins Tommy Hughes Linda Humphries Dennis Huston Brenda Hutchinson Don Hutchinson Mona Inman Jeanne Iry Fae Jackson Nora Jackson Torn Jacobson Lamanda James Sherrie James Larry Johnson Raymond Johnson Alvin .lones Cheryl Jones Don Jones Jimmy Jones Bobby .lordan .lean Jordon Becky .lung Evelyn Kattes Cynthia Keeley Becky Kernbrell Eleanor Kesler Cheryl Lynn Key Robert Lewis Ronnie Lewis Gerald Lilley Chris Lindenberg Gary Lipscomb Judy Litton Patricia Lorenz Pamela Loughlin Martha Lyles Danny MacAdams Douglas Malone Georgann Malone Becky Marco Bob Maret Sherrie Marks Hanford Martin Marsha Martin Don Maskewske Jane Maskewske Patricia Mathis Dianne Key Rebecca Key Bruce Killion Carol Kirby Jeff Kirkpatrick James Knight Vicki La Barha Sue Kohler Cindy Lamb Cindy Lang Charles Larrett Shirley Lee Ken Le Flore Jackey Lemmond Laura Leui Dianna Lewis Dianne Lewis Earl Lewis Evan Lewis Margaret Lewis A friendly crowd gathers after lunch . . . ghs and more laughs produced . . . Dennis Matthews Kay Mattorn Troy May Mike Mays Sam Mayabb J une Maynard Steve Mayrell Ronald McClung Delilah McDearmon Doug McDowell Carolyn MCFCIl'lH Cathy McGee Eddie McGee Kathy McGibbon Arthur McGibboney Janie McKinney .lami McKnight Vicki McMillen Kenny McSwain Rusty Medlin Lynn Meeks Oh well, at least he is smiling Smiling sophomores successfully sell sweets. Gayle Nairn Larry Neisivender Cathy Nelson Martha Newman Ken Nichols Debbie Nicholson J oe Nolan Kaye Odell Annette Ogletree David Meis Jim Melton Pat Merrill James Michell Ginger Miller .loan Miller Nancy Miller Randy Minter Gail Morey Melody Moore Teresa Moore Pat Morgan Diane Morphis Quinn Morphis Bohy Morris Luanne Morris Nan Morris Gary Morrison Mike Mulkey Richard Murray Richard Murray Bridget Owens Charles Parker Tommy Parker Mike Parr James Partridge Carolyn Pate Cathy Patrick Kathy Patterson Robert Patton Gail Place Sue Peacock Horrace Penn Larry Peoples Brenda Perry Doug Pickle Jim Pierce Sandi Pierce James Pippin Marla .lo Plate Loretta Plumlee Rebecca Plumlee Mike Pointer Don Poole Tim Poole Charles Porter Brenda Powell Dickie Powell l Robert Quisenberry 1 Ronnie Rains 1 Regina Ray Goldjackets successfully add color to the pep rallies Sue Ray Barbara Recer Marty Reed J an Remes Johnny Reynolds Marsha Rice Becky Rich Joyce Ridgeway Bob Riker S I n Clifford Robinson Lynn Robinson i Sandra Robinson Sherry Rodgers Dennis Rowden Gilda Ruff N Freida Rutherford' Jimmy Russell Ricky Rutherford, Judy Ryan Pat Ryan 1 Belinda Sachse t Cynthia Samuel Marriane Scheel W Diane Schreiber ' Randy Schulz Kenny Scott 4 Richard Scott Lynn Self Randy Shadix ' Paula Sharpe l Donah Shaw Debbie Shelton Francis Sherry Cecil Shipley Gwen Shugart Donna Simmons , Dean Simmons Joe Simmons X Sara Six ' Gay Skelton Susan Skinner K t Beth Smith Donny Smith Hrady Smith ' Marie Smith Susie Smith Sammy Smtih ' Johnny Sneed Shiela Spears Linda Spence Pam Spong Kenneth Spradley Dennis Squire Ronnie Stilwell Charles Strawn Edward Strom Debbie Struck Priscilla Stuart Frances Stubbs Everett Sutton Marsha Smiley Gary Tackel Pat Tapp Mike Taylor Linda Tellett Mary Testa .lean Thompson Larry Thompson Pat Thompson Ronnie Thompson Paul Tidewell Roger Tipton Mike Toombs am cheerleaders promote spirit during pep rallies in gym- . . . . and promote spirit outside of the gym Smiles are one of the win- ning factors in Deb tryouts. The Cupcake Kid eats again Albert Trevino Ronny Trihhle Ray Triplett Glenn Tucker Cherry Turner .lames Turner Connie Tyner Beth Valdez Mike Vance Kevin Van Duser .lan Van Landingham James Varner Rainell Verner Randy Vernon Charles Vessel Lynn Vibrock Bill Vickers Reinhard Voight Peggy Wade Bobby Walker Danya Walker Kathryn Walker Margaret Walker Pam Wall Rodney Wall Gary Waller Larry Ward Richard Warden Karen Warren Diane Waters James James James John Robert Sue Paulette Williani Larry Larry Janie Tommy Jerry William , Cindy Beverly Charles ederick, Billy ylor, Kenneth iffin, Ray Charles John Wright .Johnny Yarber .Jimmy Yarbough Pam Yearout Ronnie Youngman NOT PICTURED Griffith, Robert Hammersmith, Phyllis Harrelson, Bennie Harris, Carolyn Galley, David Hawkins, Johnny Heady, Monte Hines, Linda Jennings, Steve Jones, Gail Jones, Larry Jung, Larry Kattes, Evelyn Keeley,'Cynthia Kelly, Sharyn Kimbell, Becky Kinnilugh, Clyde Kirkpatrick, Jeff Knight, James Land, Patricia Lemmond, Jackey Leonard, Willie Mahnaey, Ewell Maret, Bob Marks, Clifford Marrs, Clarence Martin, Ronald Matthews, Michael McAllister, Janey McLeod, Rick MeNaughton, Cathy McNeil, Patricia Mosley, Pam Moyer, Ronald Nichols, Robert Norris, Luanne Odle, Jackie Parrent, Leslei Perkins, Charles Ragsdale, Paul Raines, Watler Renfro, Danny Rheades, Billy Sarrett, Charles Sarver, Roy Sexton, Charles Smiley, Marsha Smith, Don Smith, Florence Smith, Mark Smith, Steve Smith, William Steele, Glenda Stephenson, Roy Stevens, Robert Steward, Martha Sullivan, Paul Tauzin, Robert Taylor, Kerry Thornton, Mike Turner, Arnold Vadron, Kenneth Vines, Richard Wadswoth, Eddie Walker, Thomas Ward, Ralph Warren, L. K. Wells, Charles Werner, Marlene Widson, Jerry Williams, Larry Williamson, Carl Wilson, Joyce Mike Waters Pat Watkins Darrell Watson Sharon Watson Jimmy Wemple Tommy Westlirook Jan Westerheim Richard Wetmore Jim Wheat Allen White Perry Whitfield Cheryl Whitford Ken Whiteside Donna Whitson Dianne Widmen Steve Wiggs Kathy Wilbanks Eugene Wilcoxson Linda Willhern Larry Williams Stanley Williams Suzanne ,Williams Tommy Williams Ann Wilson Delores Wilson Larry Wilson Sherron Wilson David Winn Robert Winsett Randy Wisener Bobby Wood Jeanette Woods jfarhuritws I63 Carolyn Burke Brenda Huggett Karen Nickens Homecoming Nominees Homecoming Queen Linda Browder reigned during the weekend festivities proclaimed by the Student Council as 1964-65 Homecoming. Elected by the student body, Linda was presented at halftime cere- monies at the Sherman game. The eight senior girl candidates for the honor were nominated by members of the senior class. Homecoming festivities included also the annual parade and the Coronation Ball. Linda Oglesby J an Starr Vicki Stone Kay Yeager 2 21 2 51 if 52 Linda Browder Bill Hunt Sensor Nancy Vernon Ronnie Bozman Betty Lance Phil Jones All GHS Vicki Stone Bill Sharp Cindy Blakeway Don Jacobs Junior All GHS Diane Davie Pat MC Laughlin Gail Morey Chuck Dicus Sophomore All GHS Marc Felder Melanie Bain 1 If ,rf if J, , R , '-4 mg, N 2 , 1 i ,Q .nw Q gain f' JM ry- A Wmknxrgl 3 E5 N 4 I1 5 Q S E E as ? Z Q N 4 1 Y r 3 Personality Plus Linda Quillen Phil Jones 5 5 i ! k . f 1smP2ii4sm:.ksfzi :z2ifwsvz4SrtQLweXS3fif Em Q, Q. M -mm i .1i,g,f.g., . -,.- . Aww- Li ml, lam -.H Q fm. , X L LL,. -1 we ' : fi .fax Mm in K, fi P .. X i -Q. Ewan' xf ' k qw? ', 1. ' ,Ei f,fH1,,,EM W. KV -M. "xi, Q wg: Most Witty A Judy Walden Ronnie Cox - Junior Class Favorites Cindy Blakeway Joe Cooper , ! 3 vi Www wyn 1 M -my Q. X- sae 24: 1 .gm .yt Fey W , gl -M -: -fy iv? - 5 fgfffg ,M su .,.,. Q E: -1 ost Beautiful , and if MMQ4 ,- L5 2 .,,,,, gr 1 xfff f ::: " : .'.'2.::s :f':: ,, A , , K . N ga ' sf 1 ,-Q 55 . ffHf .f1. ' w , fl, X.AA .EER as if .I ,. ,W- x wwf :va Elf f frm ' 1 yelfif- QQSTQW ' " f. iz.:-2 2- " ost Handsome Karen Smith Bobby DeLarrios ,ff.,,. - 334 .2 ., . 4 ,mms as gg ,, A in ,L vid , ,iw f 1 wgggg t J . jg : . , ,I mi 354, , X .ffi wif .. . -iff ff ff ,.., 5, 212 f. xg? , ff" 1 "iff .Niall 61:4 af ,V .C-f,,, -my ' . f . , Q:l'i',' 4' d4"x.""',A""' 4 ,fa k:,.'-aw. 'ff K+-'L 1 'JL--X f ff, -all ,.Q:r....,-1,1 f".l"fh,f'L,"", l5"'ff f'WK 'Lffh Nh In SRJLK ITYQJYI, T, , J' ff fl' I A U gm ,W 3 mg -N ' IJ U "ny ., Q 'as-gp. 'ff ' .fy ld '-5,0 . v- 'K L N-ll" 0 if ati 4.4-'A -uf Ugg Q5 v. i Nominees for 1965 Popularity Ball "Maclri Gras" minees: First Row: Andy Lipscomb, Ronnie Bozman, Mary Gamble, fzanne Kidd, Linda Quillan, Phil Jones. Second Row: Chuck Dicus, Judy Walden, Steve Casteel. Class and all-school favorites for the 4-65 school year were presented the pularity Ball, which featured a ardi Grasw theme. ponsored by the 0wl's Nest, the Pop l is an annual event open to all GHS dents. Nominees: First Row: Pat McLaughlin, Beverly Carpenter, Donna Shaw, Betty Lance, Ellen Stricklin, Charles Glidden. Second Row: Gail Trousdale, Debbie Shelton, Cindy Blakeway, Nancy Vernon. Back Row: Darlene Wolfe, Kay Yeager, Sherry Tauzin, Becky Pruitt, Ronnie Cox, Cary Jones. Nominees: First Row: George Clayton, Brenda Huggett, Mary Beth Bowers, Barbara Colilmia, Sandra Vibrock, Gary Lipscomb. Second Row: Donald Miller, Andy Leech, Bill Sharp, Joe Cooper, Stephen Albright. Buck Row: Rick Shugart, Bob Burleson, Bill Hunt, Cheri Heath, Andy Lipscomb, Duane Cross, Ronnie Scoggins, Karen Nickens. I89 The 1965 Valentine Court Royalty for the Valentine Court was presented to juniors and seniors' at the annual Valentine Dance, sponsored by the Senior Parents Club. Selected by the junior and senior classes, the Valentine Court reigned over the dance. Prince and Princess C. A. Theis Debbie Shelton Royal Court: Duke Braxton Lord, Duchess Kris Brooks, Duke Lowell Halpin, Duchess Suzanne Kidd, Duke Joe Driver, Duchess She Tauzin, Prince C. A. Theis, Queen Sandra Vibrock, King Gary Love, Princess Debbie Shelton, Duchess Susan Webb, Duke Duane Cr Duchess Kathy Burke, Duke ,lack Roberts, Duchess Gail Trousdale, Duke Meredith Potts. I90 IW , J Valenhne Wrgnnizzxiiuns of I I I93 I A-O Biology Club To further the knowledge of biology and to in- crease the interest of students in its varied fields are the purposes of the A-O Biology Club. Such programs as lectures by speakers from different science fields, films, and trips are planned each year to promote interest in the biology profession. Miss Billie Nickles is the sponsor of the club. Sponsor, MISS BILLIE NICKELS. Biology club members, Diane Youngmun and Kathy Pearce wait to go on Z1 field trip. I94 Officers: Keith Gardner, vice president, Tony James, president, Elaine Willigg, treasurerg Mike Watkins, reporter, Virginia Barrios, secretary, Claudia Bates, secretary. I: Charles Garrett, Claudia Bates, Elaine Willig, Kathy Pearce, Virginia Barrios, Toni James, Susan Skinner, George Clayton, Pam rout, Judie Brownlee, Kay Wheeler. Row 2: John Todd, Mike Watkins, Keith Gardner, Rita Vaughan, Ann Meredith, Cary Trammell, i Huffman, Melanie Bell, David Peck, Chris Lindenher I95 Concert Band The concert hand of GHS has as its purposes to further the art of music, to he of service to the school and the community, and to be of service to the members of the hand. Throughout the year the hand members present concerts and attend contests. Mr. Paul Bourek is director and sponsor ofthe hand. Patsy, Mary Beth, and Gwen dec to "Leave the driving to them" on hand's trip to Corpus to Buccan Festival. The band takes time out from playing at contest Corpus to gather and cat lunch. TQ 2 Row I: Winifred Wood, Jane Castle, Linda Spence, Virginia Gunn, Nary Lopez, Reinhard Voight, Candus Crawford, Mary Gam Mary Beth Bowers, Tommie Gale Hare, Charles Vessel, Nan Morris, Sara Six, Pam Wall, Quinn Morphis, Ceorgann Malone, Dendy, Donna King, Darla Mitchell, Patsy Brackett, Diane Round, Mike Commons, Carolyn Brackeen, Gynn Barker, Nancy Barnes. 3: Ray Windt, Forrest Euhanks, David Cook, Tony Jones, Sue Shields, Sherry Rodgers, Judy Ryan, Larry Peoples, Jim Wheat, Ric Crawford, Mary Diaz, Jody James, Ann Cordon, Linda Quillin, Marla Jo Plate, Nora Jackson, Leroy Gouge, Benny Adams, Cha Baggett, W. A. Little, M. C. Garvin, Bill Bechtolf Owen Moore, L. D. Carpenter. I96 is Sl Before the concerts given by the band, Mr. Bourek distributes tickets to the members to sell. Barbara Wells and Mike Simmons don't seem to mind having to sell the tickets that help to pay their way to the Buccaneer Festival held in Corpus Christi. 2: Gail Ryan, Jack Davis, Bobby Kirby, Darryl Cruit, Jeri Chcsser, Duncan Thomas, Robert Duke, Carolyn Washburn, Doug Pickle, Whiteside, Randy Davis, Dan Grimlind, Glyndle Feagin, Stuart Allison, Richard Oglesby, Weldon Patrick, Eddie Warrick, Kermit Richard Tullos, Keith Washburn, Steve Spurgin, Mary Robinson, Allan Stafford, Buddy Echols, Jan Purdy. Row 4: Charles Mike Vice Brownie Sherrill, .lim Dunlap, Roland Denney, John Lloyd, ,lack Withrow, Danny Smith, Don Poole, Bob Riker, Bill Fizzell, John Whitesell, Mike Simmons, Lee Washburn, Barbara Wells, Don Beeson. I97 Marching Band to the school and the community, to be of The purpose of the band is to be of service I service to band members, and to further The band engages in many activities in 2 service to the school and community. It 5 supports the school at football games, pep rallies, assemblies, concerts, and parades. Mr. Paul Borek is the sponsor of both the marching band and the concert band. Officers: Gwen Barker, librarian, Linda Quillin, secretary: Jan Purdy, porter, Candus Crawford, majoretteg Nancy Barnes, treasurer, Sue Shiel majorette, Ray Windt, president, Tony Jones, senior representative, Char Glidden, drum major, Duncan Thomas, vice president, Bobby Kirby, jun representative. 'I Row 1: Sue Shields, Jody James, Jane Ann Castle, Mary Lopez, Ginger Gunn, Judy Ryan, Ray Windt, David Cook, Peoples, Tommy Hughes, Jimmy Wheat, Pat Marrow, Forrest Eubanks, Tony Jones, Winifred Wood, Ryan Hart, Mary Ga Linda Spence, Ann Gordon, Candus Crawford, Sherry Rodgers, Charles Glidden. Row 3: Patsy Brackelt, Mary Beth Bowers, Quillin, Nancy Barnes, Tommie Gaile Hare, Nora Jackson, Charles Vessel, Richard Crawford, Mike Commons, Allan Dendy, G ann Malone, Nan Morris, Diane Round, Donna King, Darla Mitchell, Gwen Barker, Carolyn Brackeen. Row 5: L. D. Carpe Owne Moore, Bill Hendricks, LeRoy Gouge, Duncan Thomas, Randy Davis, Stewart Allison, Darryl Cruitt, Richard Oglesby, B Kirby, Jeri Chesser, Glyndle Feagin, Carl Jack Davis, Doug Pickle, Ken Whiteside, Mary Robinson, Richard Tullos. I98 r music as an art. U aying the Alma Mater at the pre-game activities of the football games is one of the ny talents of the band. Sherry Rodgers, featured twirler. w 2: Gail Ryan, Marla Jo Plate, Quinn Morphis, Sarah Six, Ma ry Diez, Margaret Walker, Becky Bennett, Pam Wall. Row 4: rolyn Washburn, Benny Adams, Jan Purdy, David Bochell, W. A. Little, Cliarlcie Bagett, Pat Hammack, Buddy Echols, Allan fford, Mike Parr, M. G. Garvin, Mike Dean, Bill Edwards, Keith Washburn, Eddie Warrick, Kermit Paulos, Steve Spurgin. w 6: Jim Dunlap, Bill Bectol, Jackie Withrow, Brownie Sherrill, Donnie Smith, Morris McMaginal, John Lloyd, Bob Biker, .lohn hitesill, Don Beeson, Charles Watson, Lee Washburn, Billy Frizzell, Mike Vice, Don Poole, Mike Simmons, Barbara Wells, land Deney. Beta Club Beta Club is a national honorary leadership- service organization. It promotes activities which benefit the school and the community. Members are recommended by teachers and voted on by the club. Officers: Cheri Heath, recording secretaryg Linda Oglesby, treasu Ronnie Bozman, presidentg Cary Love, vice president. MRS. NORMA DORSEY Sponsor Diane Davie tells Nancy Vernon, Alice in Wonderland, to watch out for the Mad-Hatter. This was the Beta Club float for the Homecoming Parade. 200 Ronnie Bozman, Brenda Huggett, and Linda Oglesby display the class pin that the Beta Club sold. Club members enjoyed attending their conven- in San Antonio. rst Row: Cary Jones, Kriss Brooks, Kathy Burke, Diane Davie, Brenda Huggett, Elaine Willig, Vicki Stone, Cheri Heath, Carolyn rke, Ronnie Coetllals. Second Row: Pat McLaughlin, Karen Nickens, Darlene Wolfe, Tricia Hatchel, Cindy Blakeway, Karen Barnard, da Oglesby, Sandra Vibrock, Nancy Vernon, Suzanne Kidd, Ronnie Bozman. Third Row: Cary Love, Bill Crump, Duane Watson, Keith rdner, Dan Anderton, Jack Roberts, Phil Jones, Mike Boyd, Tommy Turentine, Andy Lipscomb, Lowell Halpin. A-Team Cheerleaders Cheerleaders are a very impor- tant asset to the school's spirit. The A-team cheerleaders are composed of four junior and four senior girls. Not only do they lead the school's spirit at every football and basket- ball game, but they also plan and present the pep rallies. Before games, signs made and displayed by the cheerleaders can be seen in t.he halls of GHS. This year the cheer- leaders were responsible for record- ing and selling a record made of the pep rally for the Denton football game. The first semester sponsor of the cheerleaders was Mrs. Martha Wil- lis, and the second semester spon- sorship was taken over by Miss Nan Carpenter. VICKI STONE, Head Cheerleader BRENDA HUGGETT, SCDi0I' w w 4 4 r w , 1 r fi. W' 1 , , 5'-S-,pg , , Mrs. Martha Willis sponsored the cheerleaders during the first semester. The cheerleaders' mascot is Ronnie Spivey, GHS' "0llie.' 202 A A, kk 4 'Y V ew f 'X 'ff I , if , , 5 A M ' 1 , N 1 W b.' M 4 K W Q f , ,-W V' k an fi' 'PQ 2-'fm lv' ,fu YL ,gf .. Q: - , . 2 ' V Y V N .- M, . 4? , mg x MM. if ., ,Q ' is . ww fm 9, ' j, 'L ' , ,-.Q 1' K f - 'Q , , 1 1 K .fAf"' si 2 R Q af ,lm 5 . 1 X ef mmf, :lg '-"2 fiyfrhq Ze ,'fV i 1 17i'wQ '29 8 1, new , fd v ,Q V-QV: L Y 3-U in at Q H 'I Q1 1 i we .f ' 1 , .4 5 H N ,M 1 . do X 5 5 A Wg . s v -. ' Y "af f ' we? 3, Q A539 af In .Na+ kiwi 2 Q f 5 by H 1 W Q fag? iz. ,gs- 11 rf. v ' A -K, X, . ASQ., ,. A -xii P, Q we -vp s AJ f ,, 3' f 6 f? NW , X 'H , Q if px, . A A F ww mf- rv' Ji' vi, Ag1'w e .Q 1 -M4 im. , M - A Qi. L, 3 4 .6 Q. 'Q-fi w 5 ,R4".x .5 gi, 5. QA' " i v . , N, 4,.4k f J . ' fi u v,, E957 2 R, Aff, K AA L' K N .KL 2 Q A E ,' M, .J 1 '15 W ', f 2? 4 W N M, f K ae 5 ' .W ,, V' Z. . 1 A .-W F xi mc? U, iff? X lf YK 1 ,. X ' "5 5 M4 ' V ,P iff G ' 5" ' 4 fb '7 - . ..-ig 7 ,Q fa 5 k , .'-1' mx" m wi- , - A 5 ifljfg K 5 ,Aw ,f Q 3. . may U an Q ,. ig,- eau. 4 N3 . 1 NANCY MILLER CATHY NELSON DONAH SHAW Kathy gives Donah her megaphone necklace. The cheerleaders received their jackets from Mrs. Willis, who had them delivered in a suitcase. 205 206 A Cappella A Cappella is the select mixed chorus of G.H.S. Its goal is to enrich the lives of its 1, ,.'77 , ' Ls ' ff' members and its audiences through the art of singing. The chorus represents the school by mVV, entertaining audiences within the city, neighbor- A A X ing communities and throughout the state. The sponsor of A Cappella is Mr. ,lim Henderson. Officers: Row I: ,ludy Barnett, Terry Cundy, .ludy Pruitt, Deborah Ashe hurst, Mary Robinson, Claudia Bates, Shelia Jackson. Row 2: Peggy Brantl Winifred W'ood, Hardy Smith, Steve Spurgin, Johnny Seabourne, Sher Matlock, Susan Hardwick. Row 3: Harry Mitchell, Terry Turner, Bob Hail mond, Steve Mitchell-president, Will Weathersby, Deanna Hawkins. ' K g ms :., . ,-:ff -- Row I: Jackie Lanier, Teresa Cundy, Linda Kirk, Judy Barnett, Mary Gamble, Winidrcd Wood, Robert Higgs, Rick Ro Mike Brown, Lloyd Gibbons, Hardy Smith, M. G. Garvin, Robert Hessclberg, Shelia Jackson, Becky Bennett, Barb Orman, Linda Jobe. Row 2: Kay Wlieeler, Diane Halpin, Maxie Smith, Melanie Bain, Judy Pruitt, Carolyn Corley, Ron Marcucci, Mike Watkins, Jimmie Oden, Roland Denney, Harry Mitchell, Debbie Ashenhurst, Mary Robinson, Debo Cooper, ,lolinda Rockett, Claudia Bates. v mbers of the A Cappella choir chosen for the All State choir Winifred Wood, Mary Robinson, Steve Spurgin, and Boh mmond. They are shown with the sponsor of the A Cappella fir, Mr. .lim Henderson. 3: Patty Pointer, Peggy Brantley, .ludy Morris, .lohn Todd, Phillip Calvert, Tom Donaldson, Bill Patterson, Kenneth ger, Randy Martin, lames Midgett, Phil Metcalf, Scott Monroe, Cheryl Phyllips, Susan Hardwick, Melva Taylor, 'y lung. Row 4: Kathy Buhler, Pat Collingsworth, .leri Chesser, Deanna Hawkins, Mike Davis, Johnnie Bragg, Rick and, Weldon Gilmore, Steve Mitchell, ,lim Houston, Jackie May, Bob Shults, Terry Turner, Sherry Matlock, Eliza- Pazzick, Cindy Bolton, Marcia Bellus. Not Pictured: Bob Hammond, Will Weatliersby, Steve Spurgin, ,ludy Murray, da Yates, Floyd Jester, Linda Spence, Rodney Brink. Choralaires The Choralaires are made up of a selected number of girls from the tenth and eleventh grades. This group of girls performs at various school and civic functions. Throughout this year they have had many projects to raise money to attend the Buccaneer Festival in Corpus Christi. These projects have included rummage and bake sales and a series of four concerts. To remain in Choral- aires, each girl must pass all of her subjects. At the end of the year, Choralaires awards a senior member who plans to attend college a S100 scholarship. is S wr 3 Officers: Diane Youngman, vice-president, Vil Lawson, president, Lea McMurray, report- Paula Pointer, treasurer, Lanell Beggs, secreta Anne Wallace, librarian, Judy Collins, librarill .lanice Lawson, historian. Row I: Carol Napier, June Maynard, Andra Wooldridge, Hilda Tate, ,loan Miller, Harriet Edwards, Toni Writh, Morgan, Carol Kirby, Judy Davis, Linda Dale, Sharon Clopton, Ingrid Pitts, Margaret Boyer, Chanita Ross, Cheryl De Sue Christian. Row 2: Phyllis Brewer, Linda Martin, Sue Kohler, Marinel Hooks, Paula Pointer, Sharon May, Cyn Cook, Patsy Pierce, Vernia Strawn, Sherry Howell, Cissie Samuel, Renay Hagin, Sharon Smith. 208 Mr. Henderson, the sponsor, helps the girls with their music Wkki, Diane and Anne seem to have had fun at the Choralaire's mmage sale. H w 3: Kari Robinson, Patty Miller, Carolyn Hall, Janie Davis, Carolyn Harris, Sandra Jones, Beverly Stubbs, Rosalyn ings, Gale Holt, Lea McMurray, .ludy Collins, Penny Matlock, Ann Griffin, Kathy Goodman. Row 4: Paula Hall, ki Lawson, Anne Walace, Lanell Boggs, Carolyn lVlcClung, Jane Sparling, Donna Cawthon, Debbie Davis, Janice wson, .loyce Ridgeway, Nancy Pattison, Diane Youngman, Paula Broyles, Carol Baker, Pat Gear. 209 Maclri-Glee Madri-Glee is a choir organization formed for those stu- dents interested in music as education or as religious work. They study the Master Concert Series, composition of choral work. Activities of Madri-Glee include contest and special appearances. Mr. Jim Henderson is sponsor of the group. Hub cap, hull cap on the tire, To Corpus we will send the choir! Madri-Glee members sponsored il car-wash to cam money to attend the annual Buccaneer Festival. Row I: Teresa Gundy, Jackie Lanier, Judy Barnett, Linda Kirk, Winifrcd Wood, Steve Spurgin, M. G. Garvin, Mary Robinson, Deb Ashenhurst, Melba Taylor, Claudia Bates. Row 2: Peggy Brantley, Judy Morris, Marilane Perriman, Deanna Hawkins, Mike Wat Randy Martin, Sherry Matlock, Jeri Chesser, Marcia Bellus. Row 3: Johnny Scaliurg, Mike Davis, Bob Hammond, Will Weathersby, Ji Houston, Stcvc Mitchell, Terry Turner. 2I0 r General choir is a class that is composed of sophomores. Every day in class they study music theory or practice singing. Row I: Beth Smith, Catherine Edwards, Kathryn Walker, Marsha Smiley, Diane Schreiber, George Clayton, Douglas McDowell, Tom Jacobson, Janis Dickerson, Mary Ann Garrett, Cathie McGee, Pam Loughlin. Row 2: Annette Ogletree, Carol Holland, Judy Alexander, Janis Cannon, Susan Skinner, Donnie Smith, Chris Lidenberg, Larry Jung, Teresa Moore, Pam Spong, Linda Tillett, Carolyn McFerrin. Row 3: Jean Thompson, Martha Steward, Diane Waters, Jean Jordon, Gay Skelton, Virginia Meeks, Patricia Land, Paula Sharpe, Eleanor Kester, Frances Stubbs, Diane Lewis, Carolyn Pate, Mary Testa. ALL REGION CHOIR Row 1: Winifred Wood, Mary Gamble, Roland Dcnney, Steve Spurgin, Robert Hesscllbcrg, Deborah Aslienliurst, Claudia Bates, .Jackie Lanier. Raw 2: Peggy Brantly, Judy Morris, Mike Watkins, Randy Martin, Tom Donaldson, Sherry Matlock, Marcia Bcllus, Melva Taylor. Row 3: Judy Pruitt, Terry Turner, Steve Mitchell, Mike Davis, Bob Hammond, Weldon Gilmore, Mary Robinson. Zll A Cappella's sweetheart and beau are Sherry Matlock and Terry Turner. s J These are senior girls? Yes, at the choirs' Christmas concert. "Twas the night: before Christmas" for Sherry Matlock, Deborah Ashenhurst, Peggy Brantley, Melva Taylor, and Judy Barnett. 2I2 Mike get your nose out of the clouds and come back down to the A Cz1ppella's banquet. The sextet won a first placc at contest at North Texas State University. doesn't seem to mind playing for A Cappella at especially when she has her picture taken. Everyone seems to he happy preparing for the last concert of the choirs. First place is what A Cappella wanted from Corpus, and Z1 first place is what they won. 2I3 Creative Arts Club To observe keenly and react vividly, to develop memory and imagination, to exercise judgment and discrimination, and to con- struct with power and vision are the aims of the Creative Arts Club. Their main activities are exhibiting art Work and taking field trips to art galleries. Miss Florence Gray is the sponsor. Miss Florence Gray, sponsor, takes time to help tv members of the club, Marcia Keith and Mary Ar Etlleredge. 5 I Sylvia Samuels, Carol Adams, and Cayla Martin gather in Wyatt's Cafeteria to see Ca.rol's painting exhibited. 2l4 Officers: Marcia Keith, Mary Ann Etheredge, Dale Jocoy, Carol Adams, and sponsor, Mrs. Florence Cray. ary Ann Etheredge displays one of the any pictures that she painted for art. w 1: Marla Jo Plate, July Wilhurn, Nelda Anderson, Janis Summers, Anne Barkworth, Judy Coleman, Edna Alexander, Sonia Huff n, Gary Lockhart, Marcia Keith. Row 2: Marianne Yarber, Rhonda Powell, Mary Jo Kapp, Jackie Davis, Debbie Crouch, Nancy Ogle da Shew, Joan Clanton, Kathy Pearce. Row 3: Mary Ann Etheredge, Tony Williams, Sandra Vibrock, Carol Adams, Dale Jocoy nold Holloway, Stan Criffis, Darrel Howard, Sylvia Samuel, Anne Wallace, Pat Askue. 2I5 LINDA BROWDER, Head Majofene Dashing Debs The Dashing Debs is a select group of junior and senior girls whose main objective is to promote school spirit and to perform at football and basketball games. Throughout the year, the Debs sell banners before every football game. This year's activities included a breakfast for the football team, a semi-formal dance, a luncheon, and a tea. In the spring, approximately 25 sophomores were selected on the basis of twirling and marching ability, character, scholastic grading, and recommendations from teachers. l 1 The majorettes, under the direction of Linda Browder, de strate to the part of a routine. Deb Council: Becky Pruitt, Linda Oglesby, Linda Browder, Karen Barnard, Sherry Tauzin, Merry Archibald, president, Gay Purdy, Linda Smith, Willette McCroan, Kriss Brooks, Elaine Willig. Dorothy McGraw 1S sponsor of Dashing Debs. President of the Deb Council, Merry Archibald, gives Linda Novak her Deb pin. 1 t l l KAREN BARNARD, Majorette PAULA ROBERTS, Majorette KAY YEACER, Majorette 2l7 4 a 1 ,, f, , x A J. f w 5 5 'Sgr' ' ' ,-F5 M ...N 41. A, xv 1 ,.. 3, ni ,K 5 1 . 1 1 ,JK A Q if ,s ,L -, 'f Q Z . mn I i 1 1 Q P n N s 1 4 1 DECA Club DECA, the Distributive Education Club of America, is composed of students who are interested in business as a vocation. DE students at- tend school in the morning, taking one period of Distributive Educa- tion and purposes 1. To 2. To 3. To tribution. 4. To report to their place of business in the afternoon. The cluh's are as follows: develop leadership in the field of distribution. develop a sense of individual responsibility. provide opportunities for intelligent career choice in the dis- allow practical application of Distributive Education through competition. 5. To 6. To engender a healthy respect for education. create and nurture an understanding of our free, competitive enterprise system. Row I: Linda Grimes, Joyce Rice, Betty Clark, Glenda Thompson, Jeanie Harper. Row 2: Mickey Denman, Paula Crawford, Diane Masters, Patsy Griffin, Ginger Campbell, Ann Lang. Row 3: Charles Sneatt, Melvin Smerge, Rick Goode, Alan Franks, Mark Williams, Lanny Rains, King Vaughan. Row 4: Dwayne Plumlee, Don Compton, Jerry Luellen, Rick England, Danny Gentry, Monroe Blakenship, Weldon Gilmore, Richard Brown, Dennis Peters, Richard Rogers. 222 H, Officers: Micky Denman, parliamentariang Mr. Head, sponsorg Dale Beggs. president, Mary Simmons, historiang Vicky Wright, vice prcsidentg Paula Crawford, secretary, Betty Williams, sweetheart. Sponsor, MR. W. B. HEAD. Row I: Billy Mack Williaiiis, Betty Williams. Gloria Nedhalck, Sharon Simmons, Vickie Wright, Jerry Hubbard. Row 2: Eddie Kent, Kenneth Smith, Harris Tolleson, Roy Veal, Rif-hard Nelson, Tommy Overall. Row 3: Virgil Evans. Steve Struhe. Dean Hill. Dale lleggs, Kenneth Carpentr-r. 223 English IV Club The goal of the English IV Club is to practice correct parliamentary procedure. Members plan and present educational, as well as entertaining, programs in Mrs. Ella Hickmanis English IV classes. Second period officers: Steve Rhodes, president, Suzanne Kidd, secretary, Mike Foster, parliamentariang Mary Ann Etheredge, reporter, Danny Rich, treasurer, Cary Edgar, vice president. 224 Qwf 4, Mrs. Hickman explains the use of parliamentary procedure to the si period English IV Club. First period officers: Richard Oglesby, sergeant-at-arms, Ke Hubble, vice president, Donna Yeager, seeretaryg Charles C den, president, Genie Fralcy, reporterg Roy Talley, treasurei .wfi'iw D th period officers: Curtis Sharp, treasurer, Yvonne Gifford, retaryg John Horak, parliamentariang Jerry Butler, vice presi- tg Henry Luman, sergeant-at-arms, Jerry Kelly, president. Fourth period officers: Ann Jackson, president, Sheri Wise, treasurer, Dennis Wolfe, vice president, Hugh Collins, sergeant- at-armsg Mike Whalin, reporter, Bob Day, secretary. .f ' " " 4 ,pf , Sixth period officers: Dickie McCullough., vice president, Tony Williams, sergeant-at-arms, Patricia Kelly, secretary, John Todd, treasurer, Dom Beaver, parliamentarian. 225 FBLA To train students in business leadership and to explore the many areas of business is the aim of the Future Business Leaders of America. This club is a national organization for all high school students enrolled in business subjects. lts chief purposes are to further aggressive busi- ness leadership, to strengthen the confidence of young men and women in themselves and in their work, to participate in worthy understand- ing for the improvement of business and its community, to develop character, to train for useful citizenship, and to foster patriotism. Officers: Joyce Wood, treasurer: Dennis Norton, presidentg Dickie M Collough, vice president, Hilda Tate, secretary, Kaye Morgon, historial Rita McCuffey, reporterg Sue Sims, historiang Charlotte Foulkes, historial Nancy Rener, photographer. Sponsors: MISS BARBARA DAVIS and MR. BOB SECO. Row I: Kaye Morgan, Linda McElvany, Sondra Martin, Nelda Anderson, Danna Chandler, Andra Ingram, Nancy Rener, Connie H man, Brenda Young, Janet Coldwell, Frances Diebold. Row 2: Janis Summers, Carol Lanham, Helda Tate, Joyce Wood, Donna Cr Ronda Powell, Gail Pace, Shelia Jackson, Kathy Jordan, Phyllis Bunch, Toni Kirkpatrick. Row 3: Carolyn Youmans, Sue Sims, C Adams, Kay Loder, Kay Crochell, Billy Hartwell, John Tapp, Dennis Casey, Rex Shaw, Dempsey Farmer, Linda Thorne, Cathy Et Beverly Young. 226 Dennis, pay attention while Nancy Reynolds buys a steno pad from the FBLA store. an easy way to pull the third place float in the Home- Parade! IU 1: Kaye Crow, Karen Smith, Carol Saxton, Becky Dager, Debbie Shelton, Laura Jones, Nancy Reynolds, Lana Morrison, Linda re. Row 2: Jaylyne Riley, Shirley Hill, Phyllis Young, Beverly Yarbrough, Evelyn Vice, Karen Parker, Nancy Ogle, Wenda Walker, zalbeth Bailey, Diane I-lalpin. Row 3: Mike Brown, Rita McGuffey, Cay Purdy, Dul.u Paul, Dennis Norton, Dickie McCullough, Mike vlor. llilly Moulflcn, Linda Novak, Meredith Potts, Marilanc- Perriman, Barbara Akin. 227 French Club Les Hiboux Francais, more easily recognized as the French Club, was organized to promote interest in the French language, customs, and culture. Its sponsor is Mrs. Janet H. Barto. Senior French students study hard at the end of school? Row 1: Marla JO Plate, Kay Wheeler, Delilah McDearman, Nancy Miller, Anne Barkworth, Frances Diebold, Linda Yaeger, Linda Elvany. Row 2: Becky Dager, Joyce Miller, Sandy Goodman, Suundra Dewey, Karen Smith, Diane Davie, Linda Smith, Marilou Lann Patricia Taylor, Linda Burgett, Lymne Penny. Row 3: Cindy Blakeway, Patricia Hatchel, Linda Martin, Gary Pippin, Braxton L Bobby DeLarios, Gary Dykes, Phillip Boyd, Sherry Howell, Linda Wilkins, Cathy Partick. 228 MRS. JANET BARTO, sponsor. French club members enjoy reading a French newspaper. w 1: Sara Cook, Kathy Patterson, Cindy Dickey, Barbara Hennig, Susie Baker, Nan Morris, Ronnie Thompson. Row 2: Philip Wal- , Cathy Nelson, Sondra Marlin, Sue Shields, Winifred Wood, Maroba Folstadt, Bobbie Tarpley, Kathy Jordan. Row 3: Mike O'Brien, lanie Bain, Darla Mitchell, Linda Show, Patricia Land, Ann Meridith, Edna MCC-ee, Shirley Hill, Linda Novak, Debbie Struck, .loe oper. 229 Future Farmers of America 'cllearning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, and Liv- ing to servef, is the motto of the Garland chapter of the Future Farmers of America. The organization is offered to boys in all three grade levels. The aims of FFA are to develop better agricultural leadership, citizenship, and cooperation. Throughout the school year, the chapter has attended four fat stock shows, the Texas State Fair Fat Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Vlforth, the Fat Stock Show in Houston, and the San Antonio Fat Stock Show. ln addition, the judging team attended a national dairy judging contest in Waterloo, Iowa. Officers: Richard Neal, treasurerg Cary Pickett, vice-presi- dentg Benny McCarter, president, Richard Benson, secre- taryg Bill Roland, reporterg Mike Crurnpley, 2nd vice president, Johnny Raines, parliamentariang Bruce Wiggs, 3rd vice president, George Lyons, sentinelg Dennis Rowden, historian. Mr. Ray Carson, Richard Benson, and Mr. James Halbert are shown displaying awards that Richard won at the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show. 230 Patsy Sharp is the sweetheart of the Future Farmers ch ter. The national dairy judging team composed of Bill Roland, Ge Lyons, and Richard Benson is shown with Mr. Ray Carson. 2 Row: Ronnie Davis, Donald Wiley, Benny McCarter, Joe Paul Pierce, Wayne Boggs, Chip Jones, Lee Roy Ivey. Second Row: Jerry David Williams, Gary Pickett, George Row, Richard Carington, Jackie Wright, Bill Roland. Third Row: Richard Benson, .lim Tom Martin, Darryl Cruit, Lynn English, Mike Carson, Charlie Myers. Bill Roland and Gary Pickett enjoy a ride on the FFA float for the Student Council sponsored Homecoming Parade. Also on the float is Patsy Sharp, the club's sweetheart. 23l Row 1: James Smith, Kenneth Bennett, Bruce Wiggs, Larry Bennett, Benny Dennis, Ken Nichols. Row 2: David Wynn, Mike Crim, Lloy Hanod, Johnny Raines, Lester Alexander. Row 3: Terry Horton, Wayne Leggs, Tommy Williams, Richard Neal, Thomas McLellan, Dennis Rowden, James Wilson. Richard Neal, Gary Pickett, and Richard Benson escorted the FFA sweetheart, Patsy Sharp onto the football field at the Homecoming game and presented her with a bouquet of roses, a hat, and a jacket. 232 5 Mr. Carson, Richard Benson, and Mr. Halbert display the awards that Richard won at the San Antonio Livestock Exposition. tsy Sharp, Johnny Raines, David Williams, Jesse Henning, James Smith, Randy Taylor, and Richard Benson hibit the first place county herd at the Fort Worth Stock Show. 233 FHA Striving to further interest in home economics, foster- ing the development of creative leadership in family and community life and promoting appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking and good will among nations is the purpose of the Future Homemakers of America. With its symbol, the red rose, and its motto, Wlloward New Horizonsf' the GHS chapter strives to achieve these aims. Membership is open to all home- making students. Leaving for area convention in Denton are Karen Nickens, ,lo James, and Darlene Wolfe. The FHA chapters sold baked goods throughout the year. Watch out, Ann, it looks like Cindy and Nancy are about to get your 1 doughnuts. Row 1: Donna Yeager, Rose Ann Mitchel, Jean Bunch, Sheri Wise, Marianne Yarber, Sonia Huffman, Sharon Simmons, .loan Ja Row 2: Deborah Cooper, Virginia Meeks, Donna Heddin, Mary Regan, Diane Dingenthal, Cissie Sammuel, Betty Averre, Becky Ri Row 3: Susan Skinner, Margie Lewis, Ann Jackson, Judy Davis, DuLu Paul, Ellen Shelton, Carol Adams, Sandra Bratton. 234 Officers: Kriss Brooks, third vice president, Joan James, president, Judy Davis, first vice presi- dentg Sharon McCowan, second vice presidcntg Laura Stone, treasurer, Penny Matlock, song- leaderg Peggy Brantley, historian, DuLu Paul, reporter, Francis Deibold, reporter. 1: Frances Diebold, Pam Wall, Johnnie Lee, Connie Davis, Jan Purdy, Paula Dearment. Row 2: Cindy Higgins, Ann Griffin, Vir- a Creed, Theresa Yaeger, Carolyn Brackeen, Judy Airhart, Patty Davis, Sharon McCowen, Sandy Simmons. Row 3: Patricia Taylor, gy Brantly, Patricia Kirkham, Cindy Lange, Kathy Jordan, Priscilla Stuart, Wilette McCroan, Kriss Brooks, Brenda Young, Sharon ars. 235 236 F.H.A. - Chapter 2 .. 5 Much work was put into assembling stockings for nel families at Christmas. Officers: Linda Barker, Gayle Holt, Darlene Wolfe, Karen Niekenss president, Jan Westerheiin. Pat Mathis, Marsha Moulton, Carolyn Corley, Gail Morey, Nelda Anderson, Kelly Drown. t 1 Row I: Linda Humphries, Gayle Holt, Barhara Cleiser, Marinel Hooks, Charline Allen, Kelly Drown, Hilda Tate, Mary Jo PL Carolyn Harris. Row 2: Darlene Wolfe, Ann Cordon, Marsha Molton, Marsha Coleman, Judy Oxford, Mary Harry, Paula Pointer, Ja McAllister, Barbara Reeer, Janie Davis. Row 3: Karen Nickens, Jane Anthony, Sherry Howell. Nan Morris. Jane Sparling, Nora Ja son, Linda Barker, Paulette Carter, Jody James, Donna Bolton. Chapter ll members present symbols of Christmas at annual Christina. party. Members work on FHA float for the l'lomec'oming parade. I: Judy Hawthorn, Mary Cobble, Pat Thompson, Ann Woocl, Jan Westerlreirri, Jean Maynard, Pat Mathis, Donna Day. Row 2 Brewer, Sandra Campbell, Diane Halpin, Sherry Marks, Nelda Anderson, Marsha Martin, Evelyn Kattes. Row 3: Carolyn Corley Loughlin, Jody Thomas, Cail Morey, Sue Kohler, Donna Sirles, lliane Lewis. 237 Futu re Nurses hospitals and clinics. Mrs. Ressie Isett, sponsor poses with Future Nurses offi- cers Lindsey Cady, Judy Allison, first row and Grace Han- son, Carol Huston, Mrs. Kennedy, sponsor, Glenda Hod- kinson, and Edna McGee, second row. Mmes. Kennedy, Isett, and Pickett enjoy them- selves at the Future Nurses Christmas Party held in the home of Mrs. Faye Allison. 238 'lighting Our Lamps Through Servicel' is the Future Nurses motto. The club is composed of girls interested in nurs- ing as a Career. To further this, they Work on several projects throughout the school year. Many of the girls get real ex- periences from working with nurses and patients at various Grace Hanson, Elizabeth Bailey, and Jane Presley take time out from their duties to pose with a nurse at Memorial Hospital. t A xllife Edna McGee is being presented with her Candy Striper cap by a Hospital nurse. 4 C1110 t Row: Jackie Hutson, Lindsey Cady, Terly Gundy, Rita Richardson, Paula DeArment, Jane Presley, Marilyn Fykes. Second Row: la Harrison, Hilda Williams, Linda Dale, Mary Haley, Judy Allison, Kathy Pearce, Danene McPhail, Linda McGee, Rebecca Pope, y Emerson. Third Row: Diane Youngman, Elizabeth Bailey, Linda Balthrop, Dinah Dewherry, Joan James, Glenda Hodkinson, Carol son, Phyllis Snider, Charlene Russell, Melanie Bell, Bonnie Tipton, Pat Hoffman. l WJ? nurses Jane Presley and Edna McGee seem to think, What do now, mam?" Glenda Hodkinson, Mrs. Kennedy, and Jane Presley sit around talking with one another at the Future Nurses Christmas Party. 239 240 Future Teachers The aims of the Future Teachers Club are to get students interested in teaching a better understanding of the teaching professionqto fellow students. Many of the members of Future Teachers Club desire to con- tinue their education and become teachers. The sponsor is Mrs. Ella Hickman. ' These Future Teachers members were- de gates to the convention at Houston., Th are Judy Crice, Kay Wheeler, and Ka Crow. l Future Teachers officers are fsealedl Mary Ann Etheredge, reporter, Kaye Crow, vice-president, and Willette McCroan, treasurer. Standing are Peggy Brantley, chaplain, Judy Barnett, president, Mrs. Ella Hickman, sponsor, Kaye Wheeler, song leader, and Claudia Bates, l secretary. i First Row: Fonda Harrison, Harriet Blankley, Sandra Terry, Kaye Crow, Judy Barnett, Kay Wheeler, and Frances Diebold. Second R Brenda Owens, Sally Sellers, Wilette McCroan, Linda Smith, and Elaine Willig. Third Row: Peggy Brantly, Judy Crice, Pat King, H Tate, Jennifer Sorrels, Harriet Edwards, and Mary Robinson. 2 R Gloria Ma abb Mary Ann Peterson Patti Bird Yvonne Gifford Genie Fraley Gilda Geldmeier, Claudia Bates, Kaye Mor- S y 5 " 5 7 7 7 L and Bonnie Hensliaw Second Row' Ann Griffin, Mary Ann Etheredge, Ellen Shelton, Jo Claire Kopczynshi, Judy Pruitt, Charlotte lhes, Tenet Plate, Donnzi King, and Judy Brownlee. Third Row: Toni Wright, Judy Walden, Rita McGuffey, Sandra Norling, Ann Merri- th, Joyce Harrison, Sherrie Howell, Linda Payne, Debbie Crouch, Judy Collins, and Pat Collingsworth. 1' b ,Na e, . . , ...e,,,,f,, ..,.,. Future Teacher members are being served punch and cookies at a Garland Classroom Teaeher's meeting. Dr. Dent was guest speaker at the Future Teacher Assembly given in April to the GHS student body. 24I af German The purpose of the German Club is to promote understanding of German customs and people. The club meetings are high- lighted with guest speakers or films on ' Germany. Mrs. Kathryn Orrnesher is the clulfs sponsor. I i I I , l Officers are David Conner, treasurer, Terry Roe, class representative, Te. Gundy, president, Nancy Barnes, vice-president, Greta Heifner, Correspol ing-secretary, Lynn Vibrock, reporter and Bill Howell Knot picturedj, histori. l First Row: Brenda Howell, ,lo Claire Kopczynski, Tommie Hare, Josephine Bibcr, Dwayne Harris, Don Jones, and Kerry McCrum. Sec Row: Karen Cerniak, John Todd, David Cook, Bonnie Tipton, Pat Hoffman, Kathy Goodman, and Larry Thompson. Third Row: P1 Voigt, Dave Conner, Eddie W3dSYVfJfll1, Lowell COlllIlgSW01'Ill, Terry Roe, Phillip Calvert, and Charles Bowles. 242 t Row: Pat Merrill, Ken Whiteside, George Clayton, Barbara Orman, Lyn Vibroek, Theresa Gundy, June Maynard, and Diane phis. Second Row: Bill Hendrix, Bill Howell, Greta Heifner, Nancy Barnes, .lane Sparling, Linda Davis, and Sonia Huffman. Third .' Don Poole, Roger Tipton, Ronnie Lewis, Bill Smith, Billy Couger, Tommy Parker, and Jeff Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Katheryn Ormesher, German Club sponsor, appears to be enjoy- ing the German Club banquet. German Club members celebrate the end of the year by having a banquet. 243 Gold Jackets The Gold Jackets strive to highlight each home B-team game with routines and drills. They also provide a colorful cheering sec- tion for the home A-team games. Their aim is to improve school spirit. Mrs. Wanda Jo Owens is the sponsor. Gold .lackets officers are Linda Humphries, Debbie Denny, Hilda Ta Sylvia Tackett, Vickie Rominger, and Nancy Reynolds. ' First Row: Vicki Folsom, Linda Wyrick, Sharron Wright, and Beverly Fain. Second Row: Barbara Dybvig, Saundra Dewey, Ca Carter, Gail Davis, Debby Denney, Linda Davis, and Sandra Frey. Third Row: Linda Culver, Sue Appclbee, Brenda Culpepper, San Bratton, Marsha Amis, Betty Barnett, Pain Ford, Maroba Folstadl, Linda Bc-ll, and .lane Anthony. rs: Row: Judy Hawthorne, Lynn Robinson, Jennifer Sherron, and Laura Levi. Second Row: Mary Ann Scheel, Diane Widmer, Brenda gala, Jeanette Hargrove, Gayle Nairn, Karen Warren, and Linda Grice. Third Row: Cheryl Jones, Susan Chandler, Joyce Ridgeway, Lil Pearce, Gilda Ruff, Susie Hanes, and Donna Hines. 245 Charlotte Casteel knows that being a Gold .lacket is all fun, but one must keep up with her studies also. is First Row: Donya Walker, Betty George, Cynthia Tackett, and Evelyn Kattes. Second Row: Patricia Mathis, Sandy Goodman, Morphis, Josephine Biber, Sherrie Marts, Karen Glass, and Brenda Howell. Third Row: Pam Yearout, Raenell Varner, Susan wick, Margaret Lewis, Edna McGee, Kaye Odell, and Linda Willbern. 246 'ff -rst Row: Linda Humphries, Danene Mcphail, Pat McNeil, and Pat Thompson. Second Row: Patty Davis, Pam Moseley, Ann Wood, lda Tate, Sherry Camp, Nancy Reynolds, and Jan Remes. Third Row: Charlotte Casteel, Debbie Shelton, Suzanne Williams, Debbie tuck, Becky Rich, Beth Valdez, Kathy MoGibh0n, and Vicki Rominger. Mrs. Wanda Jo Owens is the sponsor of Gold Jackets. The Cold Jackets drill team took part in the annual Labor Day parade. 247 248 Latin The Latin Club furthers knowledge and interest among students and in community concerning great heritage transmitted to us by Ancient Rome and Athens. In the fall, Latin I students are bought by the Latin II members of the club. This money is used in the club's activities through the year. Miss Durene Inman is the sponsor. Officers of the Latin Club are Sandra No ling, Bonnie Henshaw, Kathy Pearce, ar H Steve Spurgm, Miss Inman IS the sponsor. s ' l Officers are Elaine Willig, Mary Robinson, Terry Turner, Shelia Jackson, and Ellen Stricklin, president. Miss Hollingsworth is the cluh's sponsor. y First Row: Sandra Campbell, Chaunita Ross, Quinn Morphis. Margaret Walker, Vicki Rominger, Marriane Scheel, Jami McKnig Diane Schreiber, Cathie McGee, and Pat Thompson. Second Row: Karen Wtirrell, ,Ioan Miller, Beverly Branum, Donna Hines, Pam Ye out, Jane Mashewske, Pam Spong, Kathy McCibh0n, Judy Ryan, Celia Hensley, Donna King, and Tena Plate. Third Row: Joe Nol Bert Curtis, Mike Mulkey, Bob Maret, Becky Key, Cherry Turner, Linda Payne, Joyce Ridgeway, Georgann Malon, Phyllis Snyder, a Roger Crabtree. Fourth Row: Mike Matthews, Bruce Goranson, Ronnie Fong, Robert Quisenberry, RiCllHTGl ROIUIHQCT, Jr., Dune Thomas, Charles Vessel, Jack Davis, and Bill Edwards. st Row: Davetta Ball, Gloria Mayabb, Diane Round, Toni Kirkpatrick, Linda Wyrick, Bonnie Hinshaw, Patti Pointer, and Gail Ryan. ond Row: Elaine Willig, Mary Robinson, Toni James, Sylvia Jordan, Sandra Norling, Sue Sims, Cynthia Tackett, Jeanette Kegans, thy Pearce, and Sheila Jackson. Third Row: Freddie Nolan, Rex Cooper, Kerry Garrison, Tom Donaldson, Mike Commons, Allan Staf- d, Terry Turner, Andy Leech, Bill Patterson, and Mike Simmons. Club students leave Garland in high spirits to attend the Latin held in San Antonio. at Mr' Looks as if Tom has been made official "baggage" boy and has his hands full. 249 Jr. Red Cross To promote better human relations throughout the World and service to others, to our country and our school, for health of mind and body are the purposes of the Junior Red Cross Club. The club members prepare favors and programs for hospitals and charity organizations throughout the school year. Miss Adele Anderson is the club's sponsor. Junior Red Cross member Kathy Pearce seems to be enjoying the Christmas Pai as much as her little guest. 1 First Row: Kathy Pearce, Rebecca Pope, Phyllis Brewer, Connie Lee, Hilda Williams, Pat Amis, and Karen Wanen. Second R Cindy Keeley, Darla Harrison, Tammy Patton, Diane Morphis, Evelyn Kattes, Brenda Fagalo, and Kay Mattern. Third Row: J Wesbery, Jennifer Darling. Melanie Bell, Phyllis Bunch. Diane Dingenthal, and Mariane St-heel, 250 i , f i funior Red Cross member, Charlene Allen sells pencils to raise ioney for the organization. Miss Adele Anderson, sponsor of the .lunior Red Cross, is seen here relaxing between her biology classes. l ,.,---"" These students aided the Junior Red Cross and other organizations in the drive against leukemia. They are Dean Simmons, Jo Beth Driver, George. Clayton, and Teresa Clayton. Seated are Cindy Blakeway and Ronnie Scoggins. 25I 252 Key Club 'CTO servew is the motto of the Key Club. The Key Club is composed of sophomore, junior and senior boys. The purposes and aims of the club are to develop initiative and leadership and to prepare for useful citizenship in the community. Mr. Welden Bowden and Mr. Percy Ponder are the sponsors. One of the money-making projects of the Key Club was the Key Club-KBOX basketball game. Mr. Welden Bowden and Mr. Percy Ponder, sponso M 1 v ,, rf .-S 2' 5 2 5 ,, ? 5 J Key Club officers for 1964-65 are ffirst fowl Randy Coethals, reporter, Cary Jones, secretary, V ,W fsecond row! Bobby Weaver, vice-president, and Tommy Turrentine, president. Freddie Nolan seems to have liked that ideal First Row: Randy Coethals, Rusty Baity, Wayne Echols, Cary Jones, Freddie Nolan, Pat McLaughlin, George McKool, Ri Shugart, Mike Lowry, Bob Burleson. Second Row: Ronnie Ford, Randy Lowery, Tim Stevens, Mike Cook, Dennis Wolfe, Ke Garrison, Zack Hodges, Jerry Davis, Bobby Morris, Dave Conner, Meredeth Potts. Third Row: Steve Norris, Glenn Newma Larry Coswick, Bobby Delarios, Steve Collins, Garry Coswick, Dean Faucett, David Bell, Bobby Weaver, Tommy Turrentine. is year the Key Club selects a sweetheart for each month of the hool year. Here Karen Smith, Key Club sweetheart for the month January, displays her plaque given to her from the club. question is, is Dennis teaching Bobby or Bobby teaching Dennis arts of Karate? Looks as if Rick is determined to make that goal. The Key Club challenged the K-BOX A'Good Guys" to a basketball game to help raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. 253 Library Club To encourage other persons to want to read good literature and to render service to the li- brary are the aims of the Library Club. With a friendly smile, the members help students to locate books in the library and find information in reference books. Mrs. Margaret Korioth and Mrs. Diane Dickson are sponsors and serve as CHS librarians. Library Club officers and sponsors are Mrs. Diane Dickson, assistant hrarian, Bessie Carner, parlianientarian, Mrs. Korioth, librarian, B Yeatts, reporter, Wceda Rawlings, secretary, and Ingrid Pitts, historiz Not shown are David Hall, president, and Hilda Williams, vice-presidenl 41553. s Wim I Ai- I 0.9 First Row: Sherry Smith, Hilda Williams, Regina Branch, Weeda Rawlings, Ingrid Pitts, and Gary Lockhart. Second Row: Pat Ask Bert Curtis, Bessie Currier, Bruce Coranson, Jackie Withrow, and Benny Adams. Tlzirrl Row: Buddy Smith, Stanley Griffis, Ed Thompso and Buddy Brown. 254 lst Row: Cynthia Cook, Linda Dale, Olga Lambert, Connie Tuggle, and Dana Chandler. Second Row: Phyllis Brewer, .loan Clanton, 1 McMurray, David Hall, Ann Meredith, Lana Morrison, and Miko Howington. Third Row: Charles Axe, Joan Wheatley, Bob Yeatts, lmy Y3YlJOfE1Ugll, Peter Voigt, Nancy Pattison, and Phyllis Snyder. ETHEE b Yeatts, David Hall, and Mrs. Meredith make the final ustments to the car for the Homecoming parade. Library Club students enjoyed the Christmas Party given in the library, which is decorated for the Christmas spirit. 255 Mechanical Drawing The Industrial Arts Club is open for membership to all students who are enrolled in or have completed mechanical drawing. By making field trips to industries and colleges in the surrounding areas, their aim to have a more thorough knowledge in the matters of industrial arts is accomplished. i 1 1 First Row: Clip Fields, and Lee Kennemer. Second Row: Ronnie McCleary, Paul Englehretson, Steve Mhoon, Bill Combs, and 1 Boyd. Third Row: Mike Foster, Bill Mahan, Deinpsy Farmer, HenryLu1nan, and Cliff Haldcman. ijatr Q the Christmas meeting, a special guest shows Y-Teens v to wrap pretty Christmas packages. Y-Teens Y-Teens, an organization sponsored by the YWCA, was introduced to GHS this year with membership open to all sophomore, junior, and senior girls. De- signed as a service organization, Y-Teens has as its goals to grow as a person, to grow in friendship with peoples of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. Sponsored by Mrs. Jo Ann McCarty, the groupis officers include Pam Wall, presidentg Rebecca Pope, vice presidentg Diane Halpin, secretary, and Phyllis Hammersmith, treasurer. .st Row: Phyllis Harnmersmith and Pam Wall. Second Row: Rebecca Pope, Linda Chitwood, Brenda Howell, and Becky Marco. Third w: Diane Halpin, Nanvy Miller, Sharyn Kelly, Susan Hardwick, Edna Alexander, and Toni Hall. 257 Mu Alpha Theta The GHS chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, which is part of a National Organization, is sponsored by Mrs. Alta Lee Altom. The clubls purpose is to promote an interest in mathematics, its instruments, and their application to the sciences. Officers for 1965 are Nancy Vernon, secretary, Sheilia Jackson, treasurer, Duane Watson, s'd M preti ent, ary Beth Bowers, vice-president, and Mrs. Alta Altom, sponsor. Old members are' First Row: Mrs. Alta Altom, pon-or, Ellen Strickl' L 'NIWI . s s s '1n, ea rel urray, Sheilia Jackson, Mary Beth Bowers, Nancy Vernon, Melanie Bell, Diane Morphis, and Margaret Coswick. Second Row: Steve Rhodes, Charles Baker, Bill Combs, Donald Miller, Bill Hunt, Charles Glidden, Duane Watson, Wayne Gill, Rick Hill, John Horak, and Ronnie Bozman. 258 bw Members-First Row: Henry Luman, Paul Englebretson, Virginia Barrios, Debbie Davis, Kathy Pearce, Tena Plate, Joyce Harrison, iarline Allen, Kirk Huffman, and Duncan Thomas. Second Row: Lee Washburn, John Lloyd, Kermit Paulos, David Peck, Bobby Kirby, Tn Dendy, Allen Dandy, Rex Smith, Steve Anderton, Cary Gibbons, Mike Commons, Carl Bradford, Steve Mitchell, and Fred Magee. one of the Math Club ll10CllIl,US this year, these members visited They are from left to right, Steve Mitchell, Don Beavers, Duane Donald Miller, Rox Smith, and Charles Baker. Mu Alpha Theta member presented Charles Baker with a 55100 scholarship from the Math Club. 259 NFL To promote the interests of interscholastic debate, oratory, and public speaking by encouraging a spirit of fellowship and by conferring upon deserving candidates a worthy badge of distinction are the purposes of the National Forensic League. The group is the elite of the competitive speakers speech department. The greatest value of NFL is the encouragement and incentive it gives its members to become effective speakers and hence become more successful and more influential citizens. The sponsor is National Forensic League officers are fstandingl Ellen Stricklin, president, and Curtis Hanks, vice-president. Seated: Charlene Allen, reporter, Betty Lance, secretary, and Mary Beth Bowers, treasurer. Speech students work very enthusiastically to bring about perfection in their work for contests and tourna- ments. 260 l Representing Garland in district, Stephen Albright placed second regionals in the VFW Voice of Democracy Contest. W 'st Row: John Horak, Betty Lance, Mary Beth Bowers, Ellen Stricklin, Charlene Allen, Linda Quillin, Mrs. Inman, and Curtis Hanks. 'ond Row: Bill Sharp, Darwin Bacon, Rodney Brown, Stephen Albright, Dennis Wolfe, Bill Hunt, and Ronnie Bozman. ,T A--.jx mc! resenting Garland in the Adamson Speech Tournament were Betty ee and Ellen Stricklin, who won semi-finals in debate, Ronnie Bozman, placed semi-finals in extemporaneous speaking, and Rick Roth, who ed semi-finals in dramaties. These NFL members were victorious in the Bellaire Speech Tournament, having placed in the finals. They are Bill Sharp, Judy Walden, Linda Quillin, Ellen Stricklin, and Darwin Bacon. 26I NHS The National Honor Society whose colors are white, purple, gold, and red, symbolizes character, leadership, and scholarship. These are explained during the initiation of new members ceremony held each spring at a special assembly. New members are admitted to NHS at the end of the fall semester with the approval of the faculty. Mem- bers must maintain a 92 grade average. Miss Madge Daniel and Mrs. Elizabeth Driver are the club7s sponsors. NHS members Bonnie Hinshaw and Kathy Pearce win scholarships for th essays. Mary Beth Bowers, salutatorian, and Grace Ann Hansen, are both members' of the National Honor Society. 262 valedictorian, National Honor Society members, Mary Beth Bowers, H riet Blankley, Ronnie Btozman. and Mary Lou Shipl were finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Contest. Yrs! Row: Mary Gamble, Sandra Terry, Kathy Jordan, Vicki Stone, Sharon Graves, Bonnie Hinshaw, Harriet Blankley and Mary Beth owers. Second Row: Sheila Jackson, Claudia Bates, Virginia Barrios, Judy Allison, Kathy Pearce, Audra Ingram, Nancy Vernon, Cheri leath, Suzanne Kidd, and John Todd. Third Row: Judy Collins, Ronnie Bozman, Ellen Stricklin, Judy Walden, Kay Yaeger, Billy Hunt, tephen Mitchell, Deanna Hawkins, Janis Lawson, Don Beaver, and Donald Miller. F member and president Ronnie Bozman presents two members, Kathy Pearce and Judy Allison, with scholar- from the club. NHS member, Ronnie Bozman presents Donald Miller, NHS member, with the Beta Club scholarship. 263 EDITOR Betty Lance CIRCULATION MANAGER Mary Ann Etheredge Owl's Eye Sponsored by Mrs. Sara Blackburn the Owlas Eye staff is in charge of publishing the school paper. The students work on the paper a period each day without receiving any scholastic credit. The Owfs Eye is pub- lished six times a semester. FEATURE EDITOR Sonia Huffman BUSINESS MANAGER Derrie Elliot 264 l SPORTS EDITOR EDITORIALS EDITOR Jerry Ramos Pam Ritchie ASSISTANT EDITOR Judy Walden ll if ilu . A x I, 152, 1 l. .4 ,-- . , 9--.,. .J . 1. Q -5, lv V . , ' ' 1' '5::.:l., f' I :if I vim z ' WS, -.. ........ yn... .......N, mmf. NEWS EDITOR Linda Browder ADVERTISING MANAGERS Pam Collier Fonda Harrison OwI's Nest Editorial Staff A big responsibility for the editorial staff is to publish a well-rounded annual for the student body. The members of this staff have duties such as identifying pictures, mak- ing layouts, and writing copy. So that the student body will have their annuals in July, deadlines are met each month with the help of the sponsor, lVIrs. Sara Blackburn, and the cooperation of the staff. PICTURES EDITOR Bobbie Ashley ACTIVITIES EDITOR Pam Collier sm ,aw 491350 CLASS EDITORS Linda Grider Fonda Harrison Debbie Ashenhurst Barbara Colhmia, FAVORITES EDITOR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ,ludy Walden -1 PHOTOGRAPHERS ART EDITOR Harriet Blankley Mary Ann Etheredge ERQIITORS Jay spmggins, SPORTS EDITOR Om ayabb .ludy Ponder Business Staff l The business staff, sponsored by Miss Louise Hlmt, strives to solve the financing of the yearbook. The selling of school pictures is one of the various ways they accomplish this purpose. They also sell subscrip- tions to the yearbook and ads to business firms in this area. l I I I l BUSINESS MANAGER Vikki Lawson ADVERTISING MANAGERS Jackie Hutson Mike Griffith l CIRCULATION MANAGERS Bill Sharp, Cary Jones r s gg sss A rts M , -+-11+ ti. V' Raj " ' i I J PUBLICITY MANAGERS Sharon Graves Mike Watkins JUNIOR ASSISTANTS Marilou Lannom, Linda Digiglio, Pat McLaughlin, and Rex Cooper tStanding.J 267 Physics . To further the study of physics and gain information about physics in future college Work and to obtain scholarships for its members are the purposes of the Physics Society. o Officers are Mary Beth Bowers, Wayne Gill, Mr. David Babbitt, spons and Stephen Albright. To increase the knowledge in chemistry and to further interest in chemistry are the purposes of the Chemistry Club. Through securing guest speakers and field trips, the club strives to ful- fill its purposes. Physics Club members are-First Row: Pat Crawford, Jerry Kelley, Virginia Barrios, Mary Beth Bowers, Bruce Taylor, and C Pool. Second Row: Keith Washburn, James Lawson. Bill Combs, Charles Baker, Donald Miller, John Horak. Third Row: Hank Steph son, Cary Robinson, Billie Zaeske, Ronnie Bell, Terry Row, Duane Watson, and Roger Parker. 268 "1 iysics Club-First Row: Vvayne Gill, James Russell, Judy Allison, Nancy Tipton, Grace Hansen, Pete Lohstreter, and Chip Jones cond Row: Danny Finch, John King, Stcvc Campbell, Steve Norris, Paul Morrow, Jim Starling, Don Pascliall, Larry Landrum, and len Dcndy. Third Row: Gary Trammell, Steve Allbriglit, Robert Corlelt, Steve Mlioon, Bill Dollar, Mike Deaton, Danny Rich, Andy pscomb, Paul Englcbretson, and Steve Rhodes. emistry ClubfFirst Row: Roger Poore, Donna Yaegar, Carolynn Youmans, Linda Martin, Wilette McCroan, Linda Smith, Diane vie, Winifred Wood, Diane Round, Joyce Miller, and Richard Tullos. Second Row: Mike Cartwright, Mike Burnaman, Duncan omas, Bobby Kirby, Larry Landru'ni, Mary Robinson, Elaine Willig, Darla Mitchell, Nancy Barnes, and David Peck. Third Row: rrest Eubanks, Robert Mackey, Dickie Poteet, Ricky Carter, Lowell Collingswortli, Bob Walker, John Lloyd, Gary Trammell, Donald iller, and Pat McLaughlin. 269 C2uiH cn1d Scroll Membership in Quill and Scroll, a national society for high school journalists, is open only to those students who work on the OWIIS EYE and OWUS NEST. Mrs. Sarah Blackburn and Miss Louise Hunt are the sponsors. Quill and Scroll member .lay Spraggins seems to enjoy his work as a high school journalist. Here ,lay is working very hard to meet the first annual deadline. First Row: Bobbie Ashley, Harriet Blankley, Fonda Harrison, Gloria Mayabb, Sharon Graves, Linda Browder, Marilou Lannon, Judy Ponder, and Linda Digiglio. Second Row: Pam Collier, Sonia Huffman, Derrie Elliot, Barbara Cohlmia, Vikki Lawson, Betty Lance, Pam Ritchie, Deborah Ashenhurst, Linda Grider, and Jackie Hutson. Third Row: Mary Ann Etheredge, Cary Jones, Mike Watkins, Mike Griffith, Rex Cooper, Bill Sharp, Pat McLaughlin, ,lerry Ramos, and .ludy Walden. 270 r ill and Scroll melnber Judy Walden is being bribed to dis- ss the color and design of this yeur's annual, There is il lot of pencil work involved in the making of the annual. Just ask Mike Griffith! l l I l Jackie Hutson and Mike Griffith begin making plans for the 1965 Popularity Ball. Betty Lance, editor-in-chief of the Owl's Eye, takes pride in the school paper. 27 President Spanish The aims of the Spanish club are to promote a better relationship between our country and the coun- tries relating to the Spanish-speak ing descent. To teach interesting Spanish traditions and customs are among the clubis purposes. The main project, however, is to publish the GHS student direc- tory. Miss Katherine Stephens is sponsor. Barbara Cohlmia Club Convention- Firsl Row: Mary Cobble, Jo Claire Kopcznyski, Paula Jo Roberts, Phyllis Hammer- smith, Sally Sellers, Lynne Brown, Sherry Smith. Second Row: Rita Richardson, Bar- bara Cohlmia, Roger Poore, Cathy Ethel, Tommy Carey, Rozann Barron, Carol Napier, and Janet Caldwell. Third Row: Mike Cartwright, Whit Teer, Curtis Tawney, Debbie Crouch, Lani Huffman, Ran- dy Lowry, Rita Vaughn, Billy Moulden, and Ellen Shelton. These students were delegates to the Span 272 First Row: Ann Jac Charlotte Jackson, Cl line Allen, Genie Fra Wilette McCroan, I- riet Blankley, Li: Jobe, and Gail Talki lon. Second Row: R dy Johnson, Joyce Le: ers, Evelyn Vice, La Jones, Weldon Patr Wayne Eehols, J. Todd, Marion Willia and Mike Murp Third Row: Pat l Laughlin, Joe P Pierce, Joe Driver, C ry Coswick, Don N Ronnie Spivey, z Mike Watkins. Spanish I Club .Joy Snell Mrs. Judy Christopher President , Sponsor 't Row: Bridgett Owens, Sue Peacock, Jo Beth Dungan, Gerry Brooks, Denise Duckworth, Donah Shaw, Bose Mary Medina, Pat Amis, Mattern, Brenda Bryant, Vickie McMillan. Second Row: Nelda Anderson, Beverly Cartwright, Sandra Faye, Jill Eldrige, Joy Snell, en Shugart, Cindy Keeley, Sherry Camp, Lynn Robinson, Dianne Davie, Sherry Drain, Brenda Fagala. Third Row: Bobbie Bland, neis Stubbs, Donna Hines, James Conner, Doug Piekle, Bruce Killion, Larry Wilson, Lee Alderman, Jan Van Landingham, Kevin Van .er, Ginger Miller, Linda Crice. r V do sl Row: Sarah Six, Sherria James, Marty Hubert, Brenda Perry, Margaret Goswick, Pam Laughlin, Kathy Wilbanks, Candy Carter, l Davis, Donya Walker. Second Row: Dickie Powell, Phyllis Hodges, Margaret Hughes, Gayle Nairin, Sandra Baggett, Martha Harris, Harris, Janis Cannon, Kay Coekrell, Barbara Akin, Melanie Bell, Beth Valdez, Becky Ewing, .lan Remos. Third Row: Cary Tackle, ie Duggin, Dean Faueelt, Mike Willis, James McCormick, Johnny Bragg, Virgil Boone, Braxton Lord, Randy Wisener, Jerry Caldwell, ve Wiggs, Craig Easley. 273 Officers from left to right are Andy Leech, vice-president, Pat McLaughlin, president, and Kaye Crow, secretary. Mr. ,loe Cain and Mr. Jimmie Strain are the sponsors. Social Studies 'light and Liberty go togetherw is the motto of the Social Studies Forum. The aims of this club are to supplement and give new dimensions and forceful di- rection to classroom efforts by utilizing special scholarly talent made available to us by colleges and universities, labor and business. First Row: Linda Jobe, Judy Wilburn, Ann Heinen, Sheri Wise, Judy Coleman. and Phyllis Brewer. Second Row: Dan Leith, Mike Watkins, Tony Willianis, Mary .lo Kapp, Nancy Pattison, Charles Axe. and Put Mclaughlin. Tllil'1IR01t'.' Clip Field, Andy Leech, Ceorge Row, Ricky Carter, Ed Cook, Danny Finch, and Joe Cooper. 274 rst Row: Paul Archer, ,lan Purdy, Sandy Simmons, Hilda Williams, Cleta Enyart, Harriet Blankley, Sally Sellers, Kaye Crow, Judy urray, and Pat King. Second Row: Buddy Echols, Debbie Croueh, Jerry Kelley, Carol Lanham, Gilda Celdmeier, Pam Collier, Toni lll, Mary Lou Shipley, Steve Rhodes, and Chuck Duke. Third Row: Charles Finklea, Rex Shaw, Landon Key, Patricia Kelly, Linda ilkins, .loAnn Rosson, Barbara Williams, Donna Yeager, .lody James, Ann Jackson, and Judy Davis. l l r w The Social Studies Forum held a mock presidential election during the month of November to determine who in the eyes of Garland High School the new President of the United States would h he. Those participating in the election were Pat McLaughlin, Mr. Strain, Tony Williams, Harriet Blankley, Kaye Crow, ,loe Cooper, Andy Lceeh, Toni Hall, Mr. Cain, and Don Beavers. 275 Student Council This yearas Student Council has taken as one of its main aims the goal of promoting better citizen- ship. Through this program, they hope to develop better attitudes, scholarship, leadership, school spirit, school pride, and over-all citizenship in the students of our school. The Student Council consists of three bodies: the Executive Council, the Student Assembly, and the Advisory Board. The Executive Council has elections in the spring of the year. Candidates must secure a petition with the names of twenty students and five teachers. Sponsors Mrs, Martha Willis Miss Jill Shugart The Student Assembly is the largest organ of the Student Council. The purpose of this body is to communicate the opinions and recommendations of the entire student body to the Executive Council. It also serves to evaluate and criticize the work of the Executive Council. The Advisory Board, consisting of the club presi- dents and the president of each class, aids and ad- vises the council in affairs concerning the organiza- tions within our high school. President Bill Hunt Officers are Ronnie Boznian, vice-president, Pat McLaughlin, reporterg Bill Hunt, presidenlg and Bobby Weaver, treasurer. Seated are Elaine Willig. parliamentariang Diane Davie, recording secre- taryg and Linda Oglesby, corresponding secretary. cecutive members are: First Row: Elaine Willig, Diane Davie, Kris Brooks, Sandy Drum, Linda Oglesby, Brenda Bryant. Second Row: ary Love, Put McLaughlin, Suzanne Kidd, Ronnie Bozman, Chuck Dicus, Phillip Boyd. Third Row: Bill Sharp, Bill Hunt, Johnny raggs., .loe Driver, Bobby Weaver, and Jerry Pickle. nt Assembly members Pat Patrick and Mike President Bill Hunt makes the fountain on the patio more attractive by placing atkins prepare invitations for "ences" for Home- goldfish in it and caring for them. 277 V First Row: Nancy Barnes, Gwen George, Jan Purdy, Kaye Crow, Charla Patrick, Lynn Vibrock, King Vaughn, Harriet Edwards, Sally Sellers, Kay Crossman, Kathy Pearce. Second Row: Barbara Cohlmia, Cherry Turner, Jody James, Glynda Kirk, Nancy Vernon, Linda Luna, Marsha Ames, Susan Skinner, Willette McCroan, Gloria Mayabh. Third Row: Allen White, Ronnie Spivey, Ray Evans, Duncan Thomas, Randall Jones, Chuck Landers, Wayne Gill, David Wells. Fourth Row: Paul Tatum, Hardy Smith, Garry Goswick, Steve Casteel, George DeWitt, Terry Paul, Duane Watson, Ernest Englebretson. WIEL COME 7 Gloria Mayahb, Mary Ann Yarborough, and Nancy Vernon mail Homecoming Announcements to exes, a part of the Student Assembly's activities. One of the many projects of the Student Council th year included an orientation for new students. Hel Elaine Willig Hives Tim Smith his Owl Guide. 1 278 First Row: Nancy Miller, Mary Testa, ,loe Nolan, Karen Smith, Linda Quillin, Mike Morris, Freddie Nolan, Bill Addington, Cary Jones, Joe Simmons. Second Row: Lee Nan Myers, Donah Shaw, Cathy Patrick, Linda Davis, Raenell Varner, Carol Adams, Bill Bechtol, Frank Gunter, Marc Felder, George McKool, Ronnie Scoggins. Ronnie Cox, Cary Marks. Third Row: Becky Jung, Larry Thompson, Forrest Eubanks, Bob Burleson, Ronnie Fong, Terry Turner, .lonnie Perkins, Tommy Sibley, Larry Coswick, Cary Lipscomb, Michael Dean, Danny Blass. Qin., Melanie Bain and Sandy Drum sell Owl stickers for a student council project. Dennis Casey, volunteered to aid the Student Assembly improve the appearance of G.H.S. 279 VIC The Vocational Industrial Club is composed of students participating in Industrial Cooperative Training. The ICT provides programs in mechanics, electronics, nurs- ing, dental labs, medical labs, photography, drafting, industrial chemistry, printing, and others. The Vocational Club's motto is 4'Preparing for today for leadership tomorrow." Vocational Industrial Club sponsor, Mr. S. T. Peaden, poses with the club's officers. They are Mike Delk, Lee Phillips, Connie Graves, Kaye Morgan, Marnetta Laye, and Charles Gunter. VIC students are technically instructed training for their chosen occupations. 280 and carefully supervised in Charles Gunter presents VIC Sweetheart Linda Brc der with her sweater. l Q 5 3 These VIC members have just received their jackets They z Raymond Caskey, Charles Gunter, Gary Massey, Brian Lf and Bennie Bartell. af The Vocational Industrial Club chose Linda Browder as its sweetheart. E' students Marnetta Laye and Barbara Barker appear to be hard ork while Mr. Peaden supervises. st Row: Barbara Barker, Bennie Bartell, Jerry Rogers, Robert Hoye, Lee Phillips, Diane Lipps, Kaye Morgan, Ronnie Marcussia. cond Row: Jimmy Kemp, James Blake, Brian Levy, Billy Roark, Arlis Jackson, Connie fShumakeD Graves, Harry Mitchell, Mike Delk, ul Piccola, Billy Wright. Third Row: Chesely Elder, Gary Massey, Tom Atkins, Charles Gunter, Larry Bunch, Larry Fenter, William nes, Frank Gunter, Floyd Meeks, Ricky Hamilton, Raymond Caskey, David Dillard. 28I Behind-the-Scene Organizafionc mm Such a solemn occasion as Mrs. Blackburn presents Judy Ponder Q with her Quill and Scroll pin and membership. w g'Sor1'y, Wrong Number!"-Speech students clown around with 21 prop used in the speech departmenfs production of three one-act plays. ls it left-right-left or right-left-right? Aside from the glamour of Friday night performances, band members put in long hours of pre-game rehearsals. 282 lcfivities Insure Successful Year I E l l sweet sounds of musical magic et Mr. Henderson from the A Cappella rus. Following the state Junior Classical League convention, Mike Simmons, who won the mythology contest, receives congratulations from Latin Clulm sponsor, Miss Inman. Bonnie Hinshaw, Toni James, Linda Ware and Reinhart Voigt com- posed the east of GHS's entry in Interscholastic League one-act play Competition. 28 Spurizs 285 1963 - 64 Stat Front: David Green, Mike Cook, Gary Edgar, George McKool, Rick Shugart, Ronnie Cox, Mike Flannagan, Jerry Butler, Steve Rhoi Mike Rankin. Second: Henry Luman, Ernie Englehritsein, Steve Mitchell, Rodger Parker, Gary Marks, Gary Love, Clifton Turner, Ron Scoggins, Mike Boyd, Hugh Collins. Third: Paul Englebritsein, Jimmy Adams, Gary Jacobs, Hill Norvell, Braxton Lord, Phil Jones, Rai Sparks, Bill Crump, Gene Mayes. Top: ,lack Roberts, Randy Martin, Gary Goswick, Lowell Halpin, Denny Wlreat, Don Jacobs, Duane Crt Carl Bradford, ,lim Gaskey. After l4 weeks of bruising and thrilling football, the Garland Owls were declared Class 4-A State Champions for the second consecutive season. When the Owls won the crown in 1963, the grid fans of Garland were astonished. A Cinderella team had been produced. But this past season, Coach Chuck Curtis was again at the controls and most everyone was not surprised when the Owls won all but one game. That made it twice as tough for the Owls. They had to please the people and then came the difficult task of beating 14 teams that were out for the defending champ,s blood. After finishing a brief pre-district stint, beating Bryan Adams, 23-O and walloping highly rated Samuell, 44-6, the Owls entered District 7-AAAA play. Garland won seven of eight' in loop action. lts only defeat came at the hands of rival Highland Park, 20-14. Winning high honors this past season for the 4-A kings were Ronnie Scoggins and Gene Mayes. Scoggins con- 286 'hclmpions . . . 1 COACH CHUCK CURTIS eluded the season with 27 touchdowns, breaking the all-time mark of 27, set by Bobby Boyd. Mayes grabbed All- State honors, plus being one of five Texas athletes to make the 95-man All-American grid squad. Garland was quite successful in playoff competition this season. After a heart-stopping battle at Texarkana, the Owls took home a 20-16 win over the hometown Tigers. The next week, Garland met Fort Worth Paschal at Amon Carter Field in Fort Worth. Again the Owls were victorious. They plastered Paschal, 21-7. Then it was Amarillo Tascosa at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Acting as home team, Garland did itself proud, whipping Tascosa, 21-7. And finally, Galena Park was stopped 26-21 by Garland to wind-up play and present the crown to the Owls. It was at Houston against Galena Park that Garland faced its toughest competition of the year. It was Curtis' last season with the Garland Owls. But the Owl mentor has left a record to be cherished and it isn't likely that anyone will ever top it. His mark for two years at Garland was 26 wins against one loss and one tie. 287 Jerry Butler, Henry Luman, Ronnie Cox Mike Rankin, Cary Love, Cary Jacobs Roger Parker, Ronnie Scoggins, George McKoo1 Duane Cross, Rick Shugart, Jimmy Adams Gary Edgar, Mike Flannagan, Clifton Turner Mike Cook, Gene Mayes, Steve Rhodes Gary Goswick, Ernie Englebretsen, J im Gaskey Cary Marks, Lowell Halpin, Jack Roberts Randy Martin, Jackie Harry Mike Boyd, Hugh Collins Don Jacobs, David Green Richard Sparks, Carl Bradford Bill Crump, Hill Norvell Braxton Lord, Steve Mitchell W, ., Denny Wheat, Paul Englebretsen 3 Y X X W, :.::fg,i:fg. ' , .,.. , i ,mfr X -, 'tfyfw 55? J .. ' K f fx2ss5sv4iiL3sH1,,.,,5? ' J IKLEZV .1 I 'Vi K ' 'zip 'wma . 'L' .5 ' 221521 ' :58Q96'iQQ1.,'. 'lf fifwzs. 'T-51: - 55' -'TIN - , 2 1 f wie?-A 4 ,. 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Cliton Turner C365 fakes a B.A. would-he tackler out to make a long gain for the Owls. 292 The Bryan Adams Cougars dominated for almost three quartt before the Garland Owls finally began playing sound football a charged to a 23-0 opening game win at Williams Stadium. With 2:11 remaining in the third period, Garland halfback 1 Crump took the ball from quarterback Jimmy Adams and raced ' 37 yards and the first Owl score of the new season. In the fourth period, Ronnie Scoggins displayed his fine pass cat' ing and fabulous running ability as he grabbed two Adams' passes touchdown plays of 15 and 85 yards. The score stood at 20-0 and there were three seconds showing the clock when Hugh Collins booted a field goal from 12-yards 1 to make it 23-0. Collins also added two out of the three touchdo conversions. Although the Owls got off to a bad start, they finished strong knock over the team who in '63 tied the Garlandites for the only bl: mark against the state champions the entire season. l Garland 44 - Samuell 6 l Bill Crump H201 makes good yardage after fine blocking from Gary Edgar U75 and Henry Luman CSSD. r I lThe highly rated Samuell Spartans were not as tough as ey were predicted to be as they were crushed 44-6 by the hrland Owls. Ronnie Scoggins blistered the Williams Stadium turf as the p-notch Owl halfback ground out 174 yards in nine carries td also romped for three touchdowns. Garland had totaled 19 points at the end of the first quar- r and tallied 19 more in the second stanza. .Bill Crump, Henry Luman, Ronnie Scoggins, and Steve litchell took care of the first half touchdowns, with Hugh pllins splitting the uprights for the conversions and quarter- ick Jimmy Adams leading his squad brilliantly. !Garland pushed across only one TD in the final half. It une in the fourth period as Rick Shugart tallied on a nine- ard pass from Adams. The only Samuell touchdown came in the third stanza. amuell took the ball at the Garland seven after a fumble y Scoggins. ln three plays, Johnny Johnson took the ball in rr the score. Quarterback ,lim Adams 1145 aims a well-placed pass despite a worrisome Spartan defender. l 293 Garland 'I6 - Mesquite 8 The Garland Owls found out the hard way that the Mes- quite Skeeters were no pushovers. The Skeeters journeyed to Garland and threw a scare into the championship bound Owls. But when it was all over, Gar- land had squeezed out a 16-3 victory. Garland's scoring came in the first and second quarters. Henry Luman snagged a Jimmy Adams pass for a 29-yard TD play. Then, another six pointer was put across in the second. The Owls grabbed another two points in the latter portion of the fourth period as a had Mesquite pitchout resulted in a team safety for the Garland group. Mesquite scored its only tally on a three-yard bolt by Gary Hullet early in the fourth period. Then a conversion pass from Gary Coursey to ,lack Williams gave the Skeeters two more. Mesquite ruined many Garland threats with a tough and hard-hitting defense that jarred the ball loose from the hands of Ronnie Scoggins on four occasions. The Owl defense provided the major weapon for the de- fending kings. 294 Henry Luman 1835 reaches high for one of tl outstanding pass plays of the Mesquite gam Duane Cross 1705 and Rick Shugart C331 ar ready to demonstrate some of the fine Owl df fensive tactics. Garland 43 - Richardson 6 Ennie Cox C24-D starts to help Gene Mayes C613 on an Owl de- sive move. However, Gene seems to have everything well in hand. What was supposed to be a close game turned out to be a rout as the Garland Owls traveled to Eagle Stadium and dumped the host Richardson gridders, 43-6. Ronnie Scoggins got the Owls clicking as the star half- back sprang for the first two tallies to give fans a pre- view of fine pro-type football from high school boys. The next move by the Owls saw a team safety occur, then Clifton Turner slammed across for a score and a pass from Jimmy Adams to Lowell Halpin had the Owls in a 29-0 domination. In the second half, Adams sent a six-yard pass to Halpin for the fifth TD, and Don Jacobs intercepted a Greg Langloh pass at the Eagle 30 and returned it all the Way for the final talley. Wendell Housley accounted for the only Richardson mark. With 5:36 left, he plunged from the Owl one. Hugh Collins booted four of six conversions for the Owls and, as usual, Gene Mayes was Mr. Defense. Gene Mayes i615 and Duane Cross C705 are ready to pounce on a fumble. But they are beaten by a Richardson defender. 295 Garland 34 - Paris 14 David Green C101 gains good yardage as Roger Parker C425 and Denny Wheat f55J block down- field. fi Clifton Tmner i365 makes a quick cut inside as Ronnie 2 Scoggins 1303 throws a good block as Gene Mayes f61D looks on. Garlandis Owls had one of their big scares of the season against the small but rugged Paris Wildcats. The scene was Williams Stadium, and the No. 1 team in the state was in the title role and the low-ranked squad had the small part. But at intermission, Paris' supposed amateurs were making the biggest hit. The Wildcats stole the show from Garland as they sent Bob Long over from the one with the first tally that put the star Owls behind for the first time in the new season. Long passed to Walter Beard, and the score was 8-0 in favor of the small but rugged Paris Wildcats. 296 l l The Owls finally got back into the act as they sei Ronnie Scoggins from the two into paydirt. Then Jimm Adams tossed to Scoggins for the tying conversion. I The two squads exchanged tallies again in the secon act with Clifton Tumer scoring first for the Owls, an Long plunging from the three for Paris, making it 141-1 at the half. 1 Garland exploded in the final quarter, picking up thr' touchdowns. It was Roger Parker and two more Soo gins touchdowns that gave the Owls the right to keep title as No. 1 in the state. Garland 35 - Carrollton 0 With the season record of 5-0 and a district slate of 0, the Garland Owls traveled to Carrollton to do battle ith the Lions and produced a 35-0 victory. Garland scored quickly with only 2:48 gone in the rme. Fullback Clifton Turner put the six points on the goreboard as he plunged over from the six. Collins, who ooted four of four converted and the score stood at 7-0. The Owls came back in the second stanza with the pass- mg arm of quarterback Jimmy Adams doing the trick. l Adams stepped back from the Lion 15 and shot a pass to Henry Luman, who was waiting in the end zone. Turner struck once again in the second quarter with a one-yard plunge and in the third quarter, from three feet out. With the score at 28-0 and only 417 seconds showing on the clock, Don Jacobs intercepted a Lion pass and galloped 95 yards to paydirt. Henry Luman scrambles for a few extra yards against Carrollton defenders. The Owl end accounted for one of Garland's five touchdowns in its 35-0 romp over the Lions. onnie Scoggins charges through the Carrollton defen- ve wall. The Owl fullback didn't score in the con- st but, as usual, he was there with the toughness. 297 Garland 14 - Highland Park 20 Gene Mayes f61J leads the blocking downfield for Don Jacobs CID. But even this run didnlt help the Owls. Defeat came to the Garland Owls in form of the Highland Park Scots. And the Highlanders did a fine job of it as they upset the defending champs 20-14 at Williams Stadium. Coming into the District 7-AAAA clash, Garland held a 5-0 slate and were rolling along brilliantly. However, High- land Park was never behind. Behind 7-0 with 8:35 remaining in the second stanza, Car- land tied the Scots as Ronnie Scoggins carried over from the two. Hugh Collins kicked the conversion and it was 7-7. With 55 seconds deep in the final quarter, Highland Park scored its insurance tally. Quarterback David Morgan laid the ball in halfback Denny Malouf's arms and Malouf galloped in for the 30-yard scoring play. Behind 20-7, Garland had to fight the clock as well as Highland Park. Jimmy Adams managed to hit Bill Crump on the Garland seven and Crump carried in for the tally. Highland Park took possession with 7:24 left and ran out the clock. It had just snapped a 19-game winning streak. 298 Roger Parker C425 tries hard to give aid to the Owls Garland 31 - Denison 0 Cindy Blakeway shows the Owl spirit of the Garland cheerleaders in the closing minutes. The Yellowjackets played a determined first half as shown above. Here Jerry Butler C445 tries to stop the forward advance. Hard driving fullback Clifton Turner carried the pigskin 12 times for 185 yards and scored one touchdown to inspire the Garland Owls to a 31-0 win over the hosting Denison Yellowjackets. Denison played a brilliant defensive game most of the first half. But with 3:17 until intermission, Ronnie Cox plunged into the end zone from the one. Hugh Collins split the up- rights, and Garland had a 7-0 lead. With only a minute remaining until the half. Turner dashed 62-yards before being hauled down. But his run set up the next touchdown. Ronnie Scoggins did the chores with a 35-yard gallop. Collins kicked and it was 14-0 with 30 seconds left. Garland continued to increase its total as Collins booted a 27-yard field goal with 4-:17 left in the third period. Then about two minutes later, Turner blasted over from five yards out and Collins added the point, making it 24-0. Roger Parker added the final tally grabbing a pass from Jimmy Adams for a 63-yard TD play. Collins converted and it was 31-0. 299 Garland 35 Sherman 0 Henry Luman f83J and Phill Jones 6173 stop a Sherman Bearcat short of his goal. Getting ready for a game takes good hard work during the week. The Garland Owls got off to their usual slow start but finished in a gallop as the finished the Sherman Bearcats 35-0. A homecoming crowd of 9,500 Watched the Garland gridders send Ronnie Scoggins and Ronnie Cox on beautiful runs of 87 and 85 yards for two of Garland's touchdowns. The Owls spent the entire first quarter fight- ing off the Bearcat defense, but in the second stanza, Garland picked up 13 points in the third, 14 and one final score in the last period. Then getting the students and team in the right frame of mind. Scoggins picked up touchdowns 14 and 15 while fullback Clifton Turner contributed to the Garland cause also with two TDS for the night. Cox's brilliant gallop came in the last seven seconds of the game. Sherman had moved deep in the territory and shot a desperation pass. Cox was there at the 15 to pick it off and ran all the way to paydirt. The victory gave Garland an 8-1 season record and a 6-1 district record. Garland 51 - Denton 7 A crowd of 15,000 at Fouts Field watched Ronnie Jggins score four touchdowns and lead the Garland vls to a 51-7 rout of the Denton Broncos. The victory gave the Owls the District 7-AAAA cham- mnship as the regular season came to an end. Scoggins compiled 276 yards rushing in the halfbaek's finest game of the year. The other three tallies went to Clifton Turner, Gary Marks and Steve Mitchell. Garland had a 23-7 lead at halftime and didn't slack off a hit in the second half. Jimmy Adams expresses pre-game concern over Mike King, Denton's wonder boy. orge McK00l f84J stiff arms a Denton defender as other Owls get set to render l. Lowell Halpin C803 spreads his wings in fine Owl fashion. 30l Garland 20 - Texarkana 16 The last stand that won the game. Visible holding the Tigers back are Jerry Butler f44J, Gene Mayes f61J, and Hugh Collins 1851. Henry Luman 1831 travels on as a Tiger defender tries to hold him down. 302 Ronnie Scoggins 1301 stiff arms a Tiger defender in order to get larger gain. To the 6,000 fans that packed into Texarkana's Gri Stadium, it looked like an erid to the 1964 football seasc for their black and gold Owls, With less than four minut- left in the game, the Texas High Tigers had possession c the Garland 2-yard line and were in a 16-13 dominatio But out of the blue came Gene Mayes and a host of otht Owl defenders to put the fourth down-stopper on quarterbac Steve Copeland at the one-yard line. From there, Jimn Adams moved his team beautifully and with 35 seconds r maining, halfback Ronnie Scoggins galloped for three yari around left end and the Garland fans went into bedlal Hugh Collins split the uprights and with the population i the stadium was still amazed at what Chuck Curtis,s Ow had done. Garland overcame a 3-0 deficit from a 26-yard field go by Lester Smith. Scoggins got the Owls in the game wil 7:00 until intermission with a one-yard plunge climaxir an 80-yard drive that took 15 plays. Scoggins took a pa: from Adams for the 40-yard scoring play. Garland 21 - Paschal 7 'd hitting takes hard work and takes a lot of working to de- np that skill. Here is a demon- tion. 3arland's Owls moved a step closer to the state 4-A cham- Inship as they journeyed to Paschal and planted a 21-7 5 on the host Panthers. A crowd of 20,227 watched as the Owls sent fullback Clif- ' Turner 97 yards in 20 carries. He also scored one of the ee TDs. After stopping the Panthers near the Garland goal, the tls took possession on their own six and began to drive. by spent 20 plays reaching paydirt with Ronnie Scoggins iring his 23rd touchdowm of the season with a 1-yard Inge. Hugh Collins booted one of his three conversions of the ght and Garland had a 7-0 lead. Garland came back in the second half to boost the total. pving from their own 48, the Owls took four plays to reach 2 Panther 10. Jimmy Adams then hit Henry Luman with a lchdown pass. The final Owl tally came with 5:55 left. Adams plunged :r from the one. Fullback Clifton Turner goes down field for a pass from ,lim Adams. Bill Crump moves into blocking position. 303 Garland 21 - Amarillo 7 wfhey wonlt go home thinking we won by a one-point fluke this timef, commented Coach Chuck Curtis after his Garland Owls pounded out a 21-7 victory over Amarillo Tascosa. ln the season of 1963, the Garland gridders traveled to Amarillo and edged out a 7-6 win. But the season of 764 was quite different. A Cotton Bowl crowd of 35,000 witnessed an assault on the un- defeated Rebs. Garland picked up 21 points in the second period and Tascosa pushed across on-e tally in the same stanza which concluded the scoring. In the early moments of the second period, the Owls began to drive. They went 82 yards and took only six plays to execute. Ronnie Scog- gins plowed over from the two to climax the march. Soon after, Scoggins struck again. This time it was a 9-yard scamper that put Garland in front by two touchdowns. After the Rebels had put their only score on the board with an eight-yard pass from Ted Popisil to Doug Valois and Billy Hobbs con- verting, the Owls struck back. Ronnie Scoggins put No. 3 in the books with a six-yard scamper. if Ronnie Scoggins C303 cuts around end for a lc gain. as va 5"-ffl Clifton Turner f36J stumbles in a hard fought first down. A Tascosa Rebel holds on to the Owl fullback. 304 Garland 26 - Galena Park 21 After being as good as beaten, the Garland Owls came from rind and defeated the Galena Park Yellowjackets 26-21 for 'ir second consecutive Class ll-A State Crown. Galena Park grabbed a quick 14-0 first quarter domination 1 the picture didn't look good for the defending champs. Late in the second period, the Owls marched 80 yards in 14 ,ys with Jim Adams carrying over from the one. Hugh Collins lverted and it was 14-7 with 3:25 until intermission. Galena Park took the kick and on the first play, Charley Riggs empted a pass which backfired and Gene Mayes hauled it-in give the Owls possession at the Yellowjacket 16. From there, Ronnie Scoggins picked up the 16 yards and the Lchdown. Collins kicked and it was 14-14. Galena Park pulled back ahead 21-14 early in the third period a blocked punt. The Owls soon came back and made it 21-20 11 an Adams to Henry Luman pass. The Owls put the winning tally on the board with 6:29 left. ams crashed over from the two on an option rim. Clifton Tumer was voted the games most outstanding player. Ronnie Cox 124-J breaks past the Jacket offense to meet a foe. Phil Jones 1175 hits a helpless Yellowjacket. Ronnie Cox 124-J and Don Jacobs 1111 prepare to help. : Owl offense gives its last measure devotion 'to rush the ball over the ble-stripes. 305 Bottom: Tony Cyganik C341 goes for the hall with Richardson cagers all around waiting for 1964-65 Owl Basketball Left: Vikki Stone throws up the first ball of the season Vikki was chosen the 1965 Basketball Queen Garland High. The first game was played against Ric ardson, Garland won 68-56 to start a 25-6 season end in second place in district. Bottom: Tony Cyganik C345 bats the ball with a Richardsc cager, as Mike Morris KID looks for a chance at the ball. the ball. ms -34 306 5 5 From left to right, Top Row: Tony Cyganik, Joe Driver, Bill Dollar, Mike Locke, Coach Joe Brown, Jerry Armstrong, Tommy Sibley, Don Jacobs, Roger Henson. From left to right, Bottom Row: Ronnie Ingram, Mike Morris, Jody Fry, Roy Talley, Bruce Taylor, Phil Hampton, Lynn Leflore. Garland .... .... Garland .... .... Garland .... .... Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Samuell .... Bryan Adams W. Wilson . Jesuit ..... Bryan Adams W. Wilson . Carrollton .. Sherman . . . Denison . . . H. P. Denton .. Mesquite . . . Paris ..... Richardson . Carrollton .. Sherman . . . Denison . . . H. P. . .. Denton .... Mesquite . . . Paris ...... Richardson . The season of 1964-65 was one of great success for the Garland Owl cagers. Garland finished the year with a 13-3 district rec- ord and a 25-6 season mark. The Owls were in con- tention for the crown up until the final buzzer of the season. A couple of early losses to Sherman and Highland Park halted the Garlandites for only a brief time. The Owls stacked up eight straight before finally being beaten by Denton. However, even after losing to Den- ton, the Owls had slight hope. But the Scots snatched the title in the last game of the season while the Owls beat Richardson to finish in second spot. 307 JOE DRIVER TONY CYGANIK MIKE MORRIS J A x ai 2 Nl 42 - . ' , K' 'kgslw f,-'f,',i:1Lj2aizwf5i,':h3, . 'I f ., ' www 'ff-g ig.-gp ff ,- v - . K 1 ' 4 f - 51, fl -':':'A22ZE?:2'1fs-F"-:.:Na:: A Y3f3JL1i5E4if.i5E?i7 X' ga. 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K ig ffifi ,2'lzilf1,Q,,: ' 1 . ...L- ,gi ,, , M , , i w X , f T Y IMA : :H -7-,. , .gw RL. K , f 1' ,ffxff . - Ogg R: fm 1. Of, -- - RQ L VK. .mas , if L' ,TL if YR DON JACOBS JERRY ARMSTRONG BILL DOLLAR R TOMMY SEBLEY r I L l w ROGER HENSON PHIL HAMPTON Jerry Pickle, Coach Joe Brown, Mr. Rives McBee, and Joe Nolan. LYNN LEFLORE ,,OL rl i, , ,O,, 3 R k t O ij K RL M mu R R if-. ....- J: NV- ' 5 in 52 ' ff LA rf ' K, , XX sv 1 ,. ff it L , ff ., W ,VRL ff, g Ig Vk.Vk .1 . H , 5 - ALLL, 4 LMRR R 2 W K' ' 'W-- 3 R1 - L V - ' 2? RRLR R R M - O OL ww ROOR ii-f"'M . ' 1 5531. !,5P?fh V' iszfmf .-iggavwf 309 Above: Mike Locke C425 goes up to keep a H.P. cager from scoring on the Owls. To the left Joe Driver 1251 tries to break through some H.P. defenders. Right: Up goes the ball with Lions swinging their paws. Tony Cyganik Q34-D makes a jump shot try only to miss by a hair. 3l0 Rzght. Roger Henson C311 and a Car rollton boy go for the ball on a rebound on one of Carland's shots for the hoop. Left: Tony Cyganik shoots again with a Denison cager hoping for the best. Mike Locke C425 jumps to help out. Left: It looks like the 100 yard dash with Le Flore in fourth place with the ball leading the whole pack. l Bottom: Don Jacob collides in mid-air while up for a re- bound. Mike Locke and a H.P. boy look on with interest. 3I Right: In every scramble for the ball underneath the bas- ket, someone always catches an elbow in the face. .lust as Roger Henson C311 receives one in the face, to the left Bill Dollar C14-D looks on. 3l2 Left: Mike Locke makes a desp ate grab for the runaway ball wi a Denton Bronco making for t ball too. .loe Driver stands still hope for a chance at the elusi ball. l bve: Mike Locke 1423 and Tony Cyganik 1343 reach high for a Denton ound as Joe Driver i253 and Ronnie Ingram C303 watch with members :he Denton team. Below: Tony Cyganik C343 fights desperately for the hall as two Denison boys try for the ball. Mike Locke C423 looks on. Right: Mike Locke C423 starts flying after a Sherman boy elbows him. Don .lacobs C523 jumps to avoid mid-air collision. Above: Don Jacobs C323 and a Sherman Bearcat do what looks like a ballet while they are after a rebound. Mike Locke H423 stands motionless for the outcome. 3I3 Above: Mike Locke C423 takes to the air for a jump shot, while Don Jacobs C325 jumps to block opposition. Below: A Garland Owl prevents a McKinney ball player from making a score as Tommy Sibley 1405 watches. 3I4 l E E i Q Above: Mike Locke f42J and Don Jacobs f32J jump h to match the jump shot of a H. P. player. Below: Two Denton Broncos and a Garland Owl reach high to catch a rebound as other Garland Owls watch with mouths open. bove: Mike Locke M25 makes a grab for the ball ith a Carrollton boy next to him. Mike gets the ball, l the Carrollton boy makes a grab for the air. F ight: Tommy Sibley 1405 makes a graceful jump for the ball while Tony Wvganik Q34-J looks up impatiently for the rebound. An unidentified Car- llton boy makes a leap for the ball, but to no avail. i Above: Tommy Sibley C405 reaches for a ball that seems to be out of reach with two Carrollton boys fighting for the ball. 315 1965 Owl 'B' Basketball Top Row: left to right, Coach Rives McBee, Joe Nolan, manager. Second Row: Charles Porter, Randy Schultz, Ronnie McClung ,lohn Wright, Weldon Holloway, Gary Grassman, Leslie Parrent. Third Row: Danny Blass, Ken LeFlore, Larry Duyck, Mike Mays, Bobby Jordon, Bob Huddlston, Don Hopkins, .lerry Webb. Front Row: Robert Quisenberry, Tommy Parker, Bill Howell Randy Wisener, Chuck Dicus, Gary Alamo, Mike Edwards. l Under the superb coaching of Rives McBee, the Garland High B-Team had one of its best seasons in as long as anyone can remember. The Owls gained a tie with Denton for the funofficiall loop title. Garland placed second in the Jesuit Tournament during pre-district action. The Owls rolled up a 13-3 district mark and a season slate of 25 wins against five defeats. The Owls kicked off the district still on their winning ways. But they were finally halted by a rugged group of Denton Broncos. A bit later in the season, the Garland five was dovmed by Carrollton, then edged by Denison. But defeat didn't cross the B's path again. They Won the five remaining games, which included a victory over the Denton squad. Pacing the Owl Bis were such standouts as Bob Huddleston, Jerry Armstrong, Roger Henson, Jerry Webb and Tommy Parker. 3I6 -a- A S. .jf 6 ,. I IM. Q JL! yi' AR kkyy A 1, ,.. .V ft ,72 5 Q, -at 4, Km? 3 ir, ffl , Tr' ' ,, , silirir 'Lf- 1 'A -' V ,... A 1 fwiffia . T-my 'ff ' ' " , . 'ix 1 W H 1- " 1 ' ,- 1 ' 5 ? ., V gr ttss Q V on -, V A T5 ' " A . ' f A rt- 2 IZJAQ f A ' ff. if-, ,- i f at '5 " V' t , t - et V- '- - A , - ".-' 5' 5 ' 'gi gy MM Muff ,,..ft,7 VP? 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Middle: Mike Dug- gan, Kerry Garrison, .luck Roberts, David Green, George MCKool, Jolly Fry, Bill Addington. Bottom: Lynn LeFlore, Billy Hartwell, Hill Norvell, Jerry Armstrong, Gary Wallace, Paul Morrow. Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland Garland BASEBALL SCHEDULE Hillcrest . Richardson ..... Arlington Height Arlington Height Denton ........ Highland Park .. Mesquite .... Sherman .. Carrolton .. Denison . Paris .... Richardson . Denton ....... Highland Park .. .. Mesquite .... Dension .. Paris .. Garland came out in second place, only game from first place, in district competition. . . 10 one-half Jody Fry, David Green, Hill Norvell, .lorry Armstrong 7 0 5 0 3 0 2 5 3 3 6 5 O 3 8 1 Left: Catching can sometimes prove to he a very dangerous job So it takes a lot of skill and hard work. Concentration and tim ing are very important in the position of catcher. Bottom: George McKool, Mike Lowery Left: Terry Rowell, Tim Stevens Mike Lowery C11 takes a good healthy cut at the ball. But the ball ends up biting the dirt early and ended up grounding out. Freddie Nolan, Phil Hampton Top: Bill Addington, Paul Morrow. Bottom: Bill Hartwell, Gary Wallace. if-fwl , 3:9 Jack Roberts, Lynn LeFlorc, Bob Huddleston Chip Jones, Kerry Garrison Mike Duggan, Mike Lowery As the batter takes a cut at the hall and grounds out, catcher George McK0ol pays close attention to the events following the out. 320 N t t 'hesc four boys went to Regional track meet in Fort Worth to represent Garland High School. They are 'Iike Boyd, Don Jacobs, Braxton Lord, .lerry Hulpin, Bill Crump also went to Regional but is not pictured. wl Track - 1965 Hurtling like many other track events, takes top physical training. lt pays off when you come out in first place in your heat at a district meet. 32I . . while an opposing jumper demonstrates his. Broad jumping takes strong leg muscles to give good strong thrusts for distance. High jumpers demonstrate various styles. Here a Garland high jumper shows his style . . . 322 times during a race in a track meet a person can easily by the fast action going on between the opposing tea demonstrates some of the fast action to be seen at a tra get ab- ms. Don ck meet. l i tlvery track runner whether he is running the 100-yard dash or the mile 'elay has to have a good start. Above Don Jacobs shows his style which is lsed by many track runners, Don went to Regional with his fine running lnd the help of a great coaching staff. l'he end of a race is the end of many weeks hard work 0 improve on strides and runs. and a IICW SIHII Bottom: Sue Hay, Gail Jones, Linda Humphreys, Cindy Lange, Ginger Miller, Cllarlottee Holloway, Pain Loghin, Mar garet Goswick, Martha Lyles, Deliliic Niclllson, Mike Waters, George Clayton, Bert Curtis, Marty Reid, Paul Sullivan Denniiz Houston, Bobbie Merritt, Rickie Rutherford, Bruce Gorenson. Owl Tennis - 1965 BOB WALKER TAMMY PATTON CONNIE LEE . L '35 11": - l ' or ' -'rr'- 2'-"i , I ,uf . ..,. P , W 324 DEBBIE CROUCH nnis takes many weeks of hard long practice. In this picture a uplc of tennis players practice to get to play in the next hig atch. Owl Golf - 1965 The Garland Owl golf team played 12 golf games this year winning all but two. The Owl golfers played Thomas Jefferson twice, they won one and lost oneg Richardson three times and won all threeg Sherman twice, won one, lost oneg Denison twice and won both matchesg Gainesville, South Oak Cliff, Highland Park all one and won them all. Garland golfers played in two tournaments this year. They were Southwest Recreational Meet in Benhroolc, Texas, where they came out in Sth place and the Dallas High School Invitational. where they came in 41-th place. This was the first time they have played in that meet. The whole team placed 5th in district competition, also putting Tommy Turrentine in the Regional golf meet as a district medalist. the only one on the Owl squad. In Regional competition Tommy was beaten by three strokes hy Bill lVIaynard of South Oak Cliff. The Regional rneetwas also held in BenlJrook,Texas. The golf team will only have two golfers returning for next season, one of whom lettered on the golf team this year. Tommy Turrentine hrolie the District record in low scoring when he shot 66 twice to break the previous record. This was the second year a Garland player has placed as a Medalist to go to the Regional meet. Last year I.. D. Cloption placed as a Medalist to go to the Regional golf match. Six boys are leaving the Garland golf team, and they are Tommy Turrentine. Zack Hodges, Larry Caldwell, Pat Crawford. Jerry Davis. and Jim Starling. Most of these boys are going to play for colleges next fall. Ahhvribsing 327 For Neaier Work and Higher Grades S+udenI's Use MASTERPIECE SCHOOL SUPPLIES From KincIergar'I'en Through College There Is No Subs+i+u+e for QuaIiIy EKUTEIH nzssncn mameumc umncrumns n u 1 us Cong ratulotions Seniors I 964-65 THE GEOTECHNICAL CORP. 340I SHILOH ROAD Cur+is Crossman CROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY since I 890 Garland, Texas DIXIE CROSSMAN CURTIS CROSSMAN JR. 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U 1 TY of GA 11 1 JA N 1 1 ' ' "' ,f ' 7 .?6Mfi49 'n 55.7121 Junior and Junior Pefife Fashions for ihe Young Sophis'l'ica+e 235 Lochwood Village DA 8-3878 ADAMS, BARRY: Social Studies Forum 3. ADAMS, CAROL LYNN: Student representative 35 Art Club 2, 3, secretary 35 FHA 1, 2, 35 Social Studies Forum 25 A.O. Biology Club I5 FBLA. ADAMS, GLENDA I-'AYE: FHA 1. ADAMS, JIMMY: Key Club 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 All District 2, 35 All Greater Dallas 2, 35 All Metropolitan 35 Spanish Club 15 Most Athletic nominee 35 Most Wlitty nominee 3. ADDINGTON, YVILLIAM WALTER QBILLJ: Student Assembly 35 baseball manager 35 golf team 1, 25 Spanish I Club, 1. ALBRIGHT, STEPHEN: National Honor Society 35 Physics Club 35 Junior Rotarian 35 Most Ambitious Nominee 35 Second place, district speech competition 35 Civitan Essay Contest finalist 35 Social Studies Forum 25 NFL 15 3-D Speech Club lg Junior Achievement 1. ALEXANDER, MARGARET LYNNETTE: Eng- lish IV Club 35 Junior Classical League 25 FNA 2. ALFORD, GLENDA: Owl's Nest, busincss staff 1, 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 2, 35 FHA 1, 2. ALLEN, NITA ANN: FNA 35 Choralaires 1, 25 FHA 25 A.O. Biology 15 Gold Jackets 1. ALLISON, JUDITH ANN KJUDYJ: National Honor Society 2, 35 Physics Club 35 Future Nurses Club 2, 3, chaplain 35 English IV Club 35 clinic assistant 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Junior Classical League 1, 25 Gold Jackets I5 FHA 15 Biology Club 1. ALLISON, STUART ALYSON: fTransfcr 31 All Dallas Area Select Band 1, 2, 35 All Texas Band 15 All Region Band 2, 35 All Senior Honor Band 35 Studio Ensemble 35 Stage Band 3. ALSTON, DOROTHY: FHA 1. AMIS, LINDA: Student Assembly alternate 35 English IV Club 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 A.O. Biology 15 Gold Jackets 1. ANDERTON, STEVE: Math Club 35 National Honor Society 3. ARCHIBALD, MERRY: Beta Club Student of the Month 35 Dashing Debs 2, 3, Deb Council president 35 Student Assembly 35 Social Studies Forum 25 A.O. Biology Club 15 Spanish Club I5 Gold Jackets 15 FHA 15 Y-Teens 1. ASHENHURST, DEBORAH JANE: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, publicity chairman 35 Madriglee 2, 55 Region X Choir 35 Owl's Nest Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 FTA 25 3-D Speech Club I5 Gold Jackets 15 French Club 1. ASHLEY, BOBBIE: Owl's Nest staff 35 Quill and Scroll 3. ASHMORE, JAMES: DE 2. ATKINS, TOM CHARLES: VIC 35 DECA 25 golf 1. ATTAWAY, MICHAEL KMIKEJ : VIC 3. AXE, CHARLES: English IV Club 35 Library Club 1, 2, 35 Social Studies Forum 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Pan American Club 1. BAILEY, ELIZABETH ANN: FBLA 1, 3, FNA 3, FHA 1. BAIR, LARRY: Spanish club 1, 25 golf team 1, 25 Mechanical Drawing Club 1. BAKER, CHARLES ROBERT JR.: fTransfcr U Mu Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, scholarship finalist 35 English IV Club 35 Chemistry Club 2. BALLARD, BARBARA ANN: English IV Club 35 Student Assembly alternate 35 Chemistry Club 25 Social Studies Forum 25 A.O. Biology 15 Gold Jackets 1. BALTHROP, LINDA: FNA 35 FHA 1, 25 Cold Jackets 1, A.O. Biology 1. BARKER, INIARY GWYNN: Band I, 2, 35 Studio Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Region Band 15 Spanish Club I, II, l, 25 Biology Club 1, 2. 342 Senior Activities BARNETT, JUDY ANN: FTA 3, president 5 35 A Cappella 1, 2, 3, secretary 35 Madriglee 35 FHA 1, 25 Chemistry Club 25 Math Club. BARNARD, KAREN: Dashing Debs 2, 3, major- ette 3, Deb council 2, 35 Beta Club 35 Latin Club I, 2, corresponding sccretary5 A.O. Biology Club 1, 25 Gold Jackets 1. BARRIOS, VIRGINIA: Mu Alpha Theta 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Physics Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 German Club 25 A.O. Biolo- gy Club 15 JCL 15 Gold Jackets 1. BARTELL, BENNIE LOU: ICT 3. BARTLETT, JAMES PORTER: English IV Club 35 advanced Chemistry Club 3. BATEMAN, RICKY: BATES, CLAUDIA: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, treas- urer 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 A.O. Biology Club l, 2, 3, historian 35 FTA 3, secretary 35 Student Assembly 35 Latin Club I, 2, secretary 25 Madriglcc 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Gold Jackets 15 Biology Club I. BEARDEN, BARBARA: FHA I. BEAVER, DON: Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 25 English IV Club 35 Mechanical Drawing I Club. BEESON, DONALD WAYNE: Marching Band l, 2, 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 35 Studio Ensemble 2, 35 Dallas Area Honor Band 25 All-Region Band 35 ETSU All-Senior Honor Band. BEGGS, DALE: DE 3, president 35 Industrial Arts 2. BEGGS, LANELL: Choralaircs 1, 2, 3, secre tary 35 FHA 25 A.O. Biology Club 1. BELITERE, NICK: BELL, DAVID: Key Club 3. BELL, RONNIE: Physics Club 3, vicc-president 35 Beta Club 3, vicc-president 35 Beta Club Student of thc Month 35 Spanish Club 25 Chemistry Club 25 Key Club 2. BELLUS, MARCIA JEANNE: A Cappella 1, 2, 35 All-Region Chorus 2, 35 Madriglee 35 Latin Club 1, 25 English IV Club 35 Junior Red Cross 1, president 1. BENSON, RICHARD: FFA 1, 2, 35 lst place State Dairy Judging Team 2. BENSON, RICHARD: FFA I, 2, 35 Ist place State Dairy Judging Team 2. BESSE, MARSHA ANN: French Club 1, 25 Gold Jackets 1. BLANKLEY, HARRIET: Quill and Scroll 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 English IV Club 35 NHS 2, 35 Owl's Eye 35 Owl's Nest 35 Library Club I, 25 Gold Jackets 15 Social Studies Forum 35 JA 3, president 3. BOLTON, CINDY: fTransfer IJ A Cappella 1, 2, 35 Red Cross 2, 35 Advanocd Biology Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Spanish Club 1,'vice- president 15 FNA 25 Chargettes 1. BOWERS, MARY BETH: NFL I, 2, 3, treas- urer 35 NHS 2, 3, vice-president 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, vicc-president 35 A.O. Biology 1, 2, president 25 Physics Club 3, secretary 35 Na- tional Merit Finalist 35 3-D Spcech Club I5 Spanish Club 1, treasurer 15 Chemistry Club 25 Nominee for Most Ambitious. BOYD, MICHAEL RAY: Beta Club 2, 35 A team football 2, 35 A team track 2, 3, captain 35 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 1. BOZMAN, RONNIE: Student Council 2, 3, ex- ecutive council 2, vice-president 35 Bcta Club 3, president 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, treasurer 25 Band 2, president 25 NFL 1, 2, treasurer 25 Junior Best All Round Nominee 25 NHS 3, president 35 All GHS 35 Senior Best All Round 35 Mr. GHS Nominee 35 Class Favorite Nomi- nee 35 Junior Rotarian 35 Honorary National Merit Scholar. BRADFORD, CARL: fTransfer 21 Math Club 35 Football A Team 3, B Team 2. i BRACKETT, PARCY: Band 1, 2, 35 Stun Ensemble 35 Biology Club 1, 25 Spanish Cl 15 FHA 1. BRANTLEY, PEGGY DIANE: A Cappella 2, 3, librarian 35 All Region Choir 1, 2, ' Madriglee 1, 2, 35 Student Assembly alterna 35 Spanish Club 25 Library Club 15 FHA historian 35 FTA 3, chaplain 3. BREWER, PHYLLIS JO: Red Cross 2, Choralaires 2, 35 Social Studies Forum Library Club 35 Y-Teens 1, vice-president 1 BROWDER, LINDA: Dashing Debs 2, 3, Dru Majorctte 3, Deb council 35 Owl's Eye 2, reporter 2, news editor 35 English IV Club reporter 35 Quill and Scoll 35 ICT Swcethea 35 Rotary Student of the Month 35 Senior GHS 35 Homecoming Queen 35 Junior Valenti. Duchess 25 Gold Jackets I5 Student Assembly BROWN, LYNNE: Spanish Club 2, 3, sccrcta 2, 35 Choir 15 Gold Jackets 1, 2, junior rep! sentative 25 FHA 1. BROWN, MIKE: fTransfcr 21 A Cappella 35 FBLA 35 Speech Club 3, One Act Play 35 Biology Club 35 Football 15 Track 1. BROYLES, PAULA: FHA 1, 25 Choralaires 35 Biology Club 1. BUHLER, MARY KATHERINE: A Cappella 3. BUNCH, DARLA JEAN: I-'HA 2, 3, parliame tarian 35 FNA 35 Social Studies Forum 25 Lat Club 1, Library Club 15 Choir I. BURGETT, LINDA: French Club 35 English 1 Club 35 FHA 1, 2. BURKE, CAROLYN: Beta Club 1, 2, 3, recor- ing secretary 35 cheerleader, A Team 2, 3, Team I5 Best All Round 35 Homecoming Quer Nominee 35 Class Favorite Nominee 35 Mo Friendly Nominee 35 FFA Sweetheart Nominet Best All Round 25 Most Beautiful Nominee I Class Favorite Nominee 15 Best All Rour Nominee I5 Spanish I Club 1, committee Chai man 1. BUNCH, PHYLLIS: FBLA 35 Red Cross vicc-president 3. BURLESON, BOB: Key Club 1, 2, 3, Board c Directors 35 Owl Guard 2, 3, vicc-president 3 varsity baseball 1, 25 Best Owl Spirit Nomin 35 Student Assembly 35 Student Council I Spanish Club 1. I BURNS, CRAIG: , BURNS, PAMELA SUE: fTransfcr 21 FBLA 1 BUTLER, JERRY RONALD: Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 25 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Student Ai sembly 25 Basketball 1. BUTT, JANICE: English IV Club 3, preside! 35 FHA 15 Spanish I Club 2, reporter 25 GOI Jackets 1. CADY, LINDSEY: FHA I, 2, 3, reporter l FNA 2, 3, reporter 3. CALDWELL, LARRY: Golf Team 1, 2, 35 Lati Club 1. CALDW'ELL, RONNIE: B Team Football mar ager I. CAMPBELL, STEVE: Physics Club 3. CARD, DONALD: Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1. CARMACK, SANTHA: CARNER, BESSIE: Library Club 2, 35 Englis IV Club 3. CARPENTER, BEVERLY: Most Feminine nomi nee 35 Choir 15 Gold Jackets 1. CARPENTER, KENNETH WAYNE: DECA I 3, top salesman 3. CARPENTER, L. D. JR.: Marching Band 1, 2 3, squad leader 35 Studio Ensemble 2, 35 Sym phonic Band 2, 35 Concert Band I5 ETSI All-Senior Honor Band 35 Dallas Area Sclec Band 35 Social Studies Forum 2. CASKEY, RAYMOND: VIC 3, Attendance awar 35 English IV Club 3. CAWTHON, DONNA: Choralaires 2, 3. RNIAK, KAREN: German Club 35 Spanish b 1, 25 A.O. Biology Club I5 Gold Jackets ESSER, JER11 Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, driglee 35 A Cappella 15 Studio Ensemble Chemistry Club 25 French Club 1, 25 FHA FNA 1, 25 A.O. Biology 1. .ARK, BETTY: DECA 35 FHA 1, 2. .ARK, DENNIS L. JR.: Industrial Arts Club 25 Social Studies Forum 2. OPTON, SHARON LOIS: Choralaires 2, 35 Iglish IV Club 35 Spanish Club 25 Latin Club A.O. Biology Club 1. JIILMIA, BARBARA: Office assistant 2, 35 till and Scroll 35 Owl's Nest staff 35 Spanish ub 1, 2, 3, president 35 Senior Class Play 35 udent Assembly 35 Most Wlitty Nominee 35 SLA 2, vice-president 25 Owl's Eye 2, re- rtcr 25 Red Cross 25 Speech Club 25 Gold ckcls 1. DLLIER, PAM: Quill and Scroll 35 Owl's lst staff 35 Owl's Eye 2, 3, reporter 2, adv lgtising manager 35 Social Studies Forum 35 XA 15 A.O. Biology Club I. JLLINS, JUDY: NHS 2, 35 Choralaires I, 2, -librarian 35 FTA 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Matti uh 15 Gold Jackets I. JLLINS, STEPHEN PAUL: Key Club 2, 35 :tin Club 25 Speech Club 1, 25 Biology 15 rotball 1. JOK, CYNTHIA: Bible Class I, 2, 35 Chora- ires 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 Library Club 1, 3, DOK, ED: Football 1, 25 Track I, 2. JOK, MIKE: Football 1, 2, 3 5 Key Club I, 35 Track I5 Student Assembly 25 French ub 2. DOK, SUE: DOPER, DON CARL: A.O. Biology Club 15 lvanced Biology 3, reporter 35 Latin Club l, Chemistry Club 2. DRLETT, ROBERT: Physics 'Club 35 Spanish lub 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2. JVINGTON, RICHARD: FFA 1, 2, 3. QX, RONNIE WAYNE: Varsity Football 2, 1 B Team 15 All-District 3, All District Hon- :able Mention 25 All Greater Dallas 35 All 'etro 35 Key Club 25 Track 2, 3. RAIG, DONNA: FBLA 2, 35 office assistant , FHA 1, 2, treasurer 15 Gold Jackets 1. RAIN, SANDY: FHA 25 Gold Jackets 25 A.O. iologx Club 15 Speech Club 1. RAWFORD, CAROLYN: DECA 25 FHA 15 hoir 15 Gold Jackets 1. RAYVFORD, CANDUS: French Club 1, 2, re- Jrter 25 A.O. Biology Club 15 Chemistry Club 1 Social Studies Forum 15 Band 3, Majorette Council 3. RAWFORD, PAT: Physics Club 35 Chemistry lub 35 Golf Team 1, 2, 35 French Club I, 2, ce-president 2. ROSSMAN, KAY: FHA I5 Social Studies Drum 35 Student Assembly 35 Gold Jackets 15 Danish Club 15 Dashing Debs 2, 35 A.O. iology 2. ROUCH, DEBBIE: fTransfer 11 Spanish Club 35 FTA 35 Art Club 35 Red Cross 25 Ten- s Tearn 3. ROYV, KAY: FTA 2, 3, historian 2, vice-presi- :nt 35 Social Studies Forum 2, 3, viee-presi- :nt 35 Student Assembly 2, 35 Dashing Dcbs 35 FBLA 35 French Club 1, 25 A.O. Biology lub 15 Math Club I5 Choralaires 1. RUIT, DARRYL: FFA I, 2, 3, second in atc Chapter Conducting Team 15 Band 1, 2, squad leader 2, 35 ETSU All Senior Honor and 35 Studio Ensemble 3. RUMPLEY, MIKE, FFA 1, 2, 3, viee-presi- :nt 3. YGANIK, JAMES ANTHONY QTONY1: A cam basketball 1, 2, 3. AVIS, DEBORAH GAYLE: Choralaires 1, 2, 1 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Chemistry Club 25 .O. Biology Club 15 Advanced Biology 35 and. AVIS, JERRY: Key Club 35 Golf Team 2, 35 ieniistry Club 2: Math Club 15 football 1. DAVIS, JUDY: FHA 2, 3, viccvpresidcnt 35 Social Studies Forum 3, secretary 35 FTA 25 French Club 25 Gold Jackets 15 A.O. Biology Club I. DAVIS, LARRY MICHAEL QMIKE1: A Cap- pella I, 2, 35 Madriglec 2, 35 Region Choir 3. DAVIS, LINDA: FHA 15 Gold Jackets 1. DAY, BOB: Physics Club 35 English IV Club 3, secretary 35 French Club 1. DEAN, WILLIAM MICHAEL: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, squad leader 35 Stage Band 1, 2, 35 Studio Ensemble 1, 35 English IV Club 35 Sym- phonic Band 25 Concert Band I5 Social Studies Forum 2. DE ARMENT, PAULA ANN: FHA I, 2, 35 FNA I5 Student Assembly 25 Gold Jackets 1, 2. DEATON, MIKE: Student Assembly 35 Physics Club 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 JA 25 French Club I. DELK, MIKE: VIC 3, reporter 35 Student As- sembly 3. DENDY, ALLEN: Physics Club 3, Math Club 3. DENMAN, MICHAEL RAY: DE 3, reporter 35 Industrial Arts Club 2. DE WITT, GEORGE G.: Student Assembly 35 Tennis Club 1. DIETZ, KAREN: Gold Jackets 15 Latin Club 15 A.O. Biology Club 1. DILLARD, DAVID LEON, VIC 2, 3, president 3. DIXON, BRENDA: FHA 2. DOLLAR, BILL: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 Physics Club 35 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Chemistry Club 2. DRIVER, JOE: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Execu- tive Council 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-cap- tain 35 All-District Honorable Mention 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Latin Club I5 Spanish Club 3. DUKE, CHARLES DOUGLAS: Social Studies Forum 35 French Club 2. DUNCAN, JEANNIE: French Club 1, 2, treas' urer 25 French Club 15 Biology Club 15 Gold Jackets 1. DUNN, RONNYE SUE: fTransfer 11 FHA 1, 2. ECHOLS, LYNDON YV. CBUDDY1 : Social Studies Forum 35 Symphonic Band 35 Chemis- try Club 25 Stage Band 25 Spanish Club 15 Marching Band 1. EDGAR, GARY: Football I, 2, 35 FTA 1, 2. ELY, LINDA: Gold Jackets 1, 2, captain 2, secretary and reporter 25 Spanish Club 1. EMERSON, JUDY KAY: JCI. 35 FNA 3, merit award 3. ENGLEBRETSON, PAUL: Football 1, 2, sg Math Club 35 Physics Club 35 MD III Club 3. ENYART, CLETA: Social Studies Forum 35 FIIA 15 Choralaires 1. ETHEREDGE, MARY ANN: fTransfer 11 In- dustrial Arts Swcctheart 15 Art Club 1, 2, 3, parliamentarian 35 FTA 3, rcportcr 35 English 1V Club 3, reporter 35 FBLA 25 0wl's Eye 2, 3, reporter 2, circulation manager, artist 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Owl's Nest staff 3. EVANS, DAVID: FARMER, DEMPSEY: FBLA 35 MD III Club 3, treasurer 35 English IV Club 3. FENTER, LARRY YV.: ICT 35 FFA 1. FINCH, DANNY: Physics Club 35 Social Studies Forum 35 Chemistry Club 2. FINKLEA, CHARLES: Social Studies Forum 35 Chemistry Club 2, 3. FLANAGAN, MIKE: Football 2, 3, manager 15 Track 1, 2. FLOYD, RALPH: JA 3. FORBIS, GEORGE: FOSTER, MIKE: MD III Club 3. FOULKES, CHARLOTTE: FBLA 3, historian 35 FTA 35 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 1, 2, re- porter 15 Gold Jackets I. FOWLER, DAVID: Senior Play 35 Latin Club I. FRALEY, GENIE: fTransfer 11 Spanish Club 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 Choir 15 A Cappella 25 Eng- lish IV Club 3, reporter 3. FRIZZELL, BILL: Band 1, 2, 35 Chcmistry Club 25 Spanish Club 2. FRY, JODY: Basketball I, 2, 35 Baseball 1. 35 Physics Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Latin Club 1, 2. FUQUA, TOMMY: Advanced Biology Club 3. GAMBLE, MARY: Band 1, 2, 35 Studio En- semble 1, 2, 35 A Cappella 1, 2, 35 Madriglce 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 NIIS 2, 35 Most 'Talented Nominet: 3. GARVIN, M. G. A Cappella 1, 2, 35 Madriglee 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Dallas Area Band 35 All- Region Choir .25 Studio Ensemble 25 Orchestra 35 French Club 1. GELDMEIER, GILDA CAROL: FTA 1, 2, 32 Social Studies Forum 35 OwI's Eye 2, reporter 25 Gold Jack:-ts 15 Spanish Club 1. GIBBONS, GARY .l.: Mu Alpha Thi-ta 2. 35 Physics Club 3. GIFFORD, YVONNE: I-'TA 35 English IV Club 3, secretary 35 FBIA 25 Latin Club 15 Gold Jackets 1. GILI., NVAYNEZ Mu Alpha Theta I, 2, 35 Student Assembly 35 Physics Club 3, president 35 Chemistry Club 35 French Club 1, 2. GILLENTINE, MARTHA: lTransfer 11. GILMORE, WELDOX, ,tx cappella 1, 2, :sg DE 35 All-Region Choir 2, 3. GLENN, DAVID : GOODE, GLADYS: fTrunsfcr 31 YfTccns 1, 25 FHA 1, 25 Annual Staff 25 Spanish Club 1, GOODE, RICHARD: iTransfcr 31 DE 3, sec- ond in state sales demonstration contest 3. GORDON, ANN: Band 1, 2, 3, head majoretle 35 Studio Ensemble 1, 25 FIIA 35 FTA 25 French Club 25 A.O. Biology Club 1. GRAHAM, BARBARA: JCI. I, 25 FTA 15 Gold Jackets 15 FNA 25 Library Club 25 Junior Red Cross 1, 2, artist 25 A.O. Biology Club 1. GRAVES, JERRY: Social Studies Forum 35 MD Club 15 A.O. Biology Club 1. GRAVES, SHARON: FBLA 35 NHS 2, 35 So- cial Studies Forum 25 Junior Recl Cross 2, treasurer 25 FHA 15 Latin Club 1, 2, activities chairman 25 Owl's Nest Staff. GRAY, JOE: Industrial Arts Club 2. GRAY, KATHY: Social Studies Forum 35 French Club 15 First place in Short Story Contest. GREEN, LORNA: GREEN, MARY JCANITA: fTransIer 31 Senior Play 3. GREENING, ROY E.: GRICE, JUDY: FTA 35 FBLA 35 Office As- sistant 2, 35 FHA I5 Y-Teens 15 3-D Speech Club I5 Gold Jackets 1. GRIDER, LINDA ANN: OwI's Nest staff 35 Owl's Eye 2, reporter 25 Quill and Scroll 35 FBLA 3: Choralaires I5 French Club 15 Gold Jackets 1. GRIFFIS, STANLEY WAYNE: Art Club 35 Spanish Club 2. GRIFFIN, ANN:,FHA 3, secretary 35 FTA 35 Choralaires 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2. CRIMES, LINDA: DECA 35 FHA 1. GUNTER, FRANK: VIC 35 Art Club 25 Foot- ball 1. HALIBURTON, GENE ALLEN: HALL, PAULA LYNNE: FBLA 35 FHA 1, 25 Choralaires 1, 2, 35 Gold Jackets 1. HALI., MIKE: fTrausfer 11 HALL, TONI: Social Studies Forum 35 Y-Teens 35 JA 35 FHA 15 Spanish Club 1. HALPIN, LOWELL ROBERT: Football 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 35 Math Club 2, 35 Social Studies Forum 2. 343 HAMMOND, BOB: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: Madri- glee 2, 3: All-Region Choir 3: All-State Choir 3. HANKS, CURTIS: NFL 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3: Key Club 2, 3: JCL 1, 2. HANSON, CHUCK: Track 3. HANSSEN, GRACE ANN: fTransfer 21 FNA 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3: Physics Club 3: NHS 3: Chemistry Club 2: Latin Club I. IIARGROVE, JANET: HARKINS, MARY A.: FHA 2, 3: Office assist- ant I, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Red Cross 2. HARRISON, DARLA SUE: Junior Red Cross 2, 3: FNA 3: FHA I. HARRISON, FONDA: Quill and Scroll 3: FTA 2, Il: Owl's Nest staff 3: Owl's Eye 2, 3, re- porter 2, advertising manager 3: Spanish Club 1: FHA I: Gold Jackets 1. HARROD LINDA SUE' FBI A 'K 'tO Biolo y - - - -- -3 f - ' SY 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Gold Jackets I. HARTWEl.l., BILLY: Baseball 3: FBLA 3: Social Studies Forum 3. HARVILI., ELIZABETH ELAINE: HARRY, MARY ANN: FHA 2, 3: Office as- sistant 2, 3: Tau Phi Lambda 3: FBLA 2: A.O. Biology 1: French Club I: Gold Jackets I. HARWELI., CHARLEAN: A Cappella 1, 3: Library Club 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: FIIA 1, 2: PNA 2, HAWIKINS, DEANNA LYNX: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, librarian 3: Madriglee 3: NHS 3: Spanish Club 2: A.O. Biology Club 1. HAWIKINS, LARRY JOE: HEATH, CHERYL LYNNE: Best All Round Nominee 2, 3: Rotary Student of the Month 3: Dashing Debs 2, 3, Deb Council 2: NHS 2, 3: Beta Club 2, 3, corresponding secretary 3: Spanish Club 1, president 1: A.O. Biology 1: Tennis I. HILL, RICK: Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3: Football 1: A.O. Biology Club 1. HINSIIAYV, BONNIE: Latin Club I, 2, 3, secre- tary 3: NHS 2, 3: NFL 3: FTA 3: FBLA 2, 3: Office Assistant 3: Chemistry Club 2: Gold Jackets I: A.O. Biology 1. HITCHCOCK, WELDON THOMAS: Bible Club 3, president 3: Madriglee 1, 2: A Cappella 1: All Region Choir I: Sophomore Choir Scholar- ship I. HODGES, VICKIE: FTA 3: Speech Club 3: Art Club 3: FHA I, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Gold Jackets 1: Red Cross 2: A.O. Biology Club 2. HODGES, ZACK: Key Club 3: Golf team 1, 2, 3, co-captain 3: Beta Club Student of the Month 3: Spanish Club I, 2. HODKINSON, GLENDA: FNA I, 2, 3, treas- urer 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Social Studies Forum 2: English IV Club 3: Chemistry Club 2: Red Cross I: Gold Jackets I. HOFFMAN, PATRICIA: FNA 1, 2, 3: German Club 2, 3, president 2: Advanced Biology 3: Library Club 1: Pan American Club 1: A.O. Biology 1. HOLLEY, LOUIS JIM: Physics Club 3: Latin Club 2: Baseball 1: Basketball I. HOLLOWAY, JESSIE ARNOLD: Art Club 1, 2, 3, historian 3. HOLMES, JIJI: Tennis Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2. HOLT, DALE : HOOKS, MARINEL: Churalaires 1, 2, 3: FHA 1, 3: A.O. Biology Club 1. HOPKINS, DAVID: HORAK, JOHN: Physics Club 3: Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3: NFL 2, 3: English IV Club 3. HOSKINS, JAMES: Tennis 1: Baseball man- ager I. HOUSTON, JIM: A Cappella 1, 2, 3-: ltladriglce 3: Bible Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, HOWARD, DARREL L.: Art Club 1, 2, 3: So- cial Studies Forum 2: Library Club 1. 344 HOWE, CAROL: fTransfer 31 Majorette 3: Library Assistant 3: Publications 1, 2: Chorus 2: Home Room Representative 1, 2. HOYE, ROBERT STEPHEN: VIC 3. HOWMAN, CONNIE MAE: FBLA 3: JA 2, 3, secretary 3, president 3: French Club 2: Chemistry Cllxb 2. HUBBARD, JERRY: DECA 3. HUBBARD, JIMMY: HUBBLE, KERRY: English IV Club 3: MD Club 3: A.O. Biology Club I. HUFFMAN, KIRK: Math Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Tennis 2: Speech Club 2. HUFFMAN, LANI: Spanish Club 3: A.O. Biolo- gy Club 3: FBLA 2: Gold Jackets 2: FHA 1. HUFFMAN, SONIA LA NELL: Quill and Scroll 3: 0wl's Eye staff 2, 3, reporter 2, features editor 3: Art Club 3: FHA 3: German Club 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, reporter 2: A.O. Biology 2: Gold Jackets 1. HUGGETT, BRENDA: Beta Club 2, 3: Class favorite 2, 3: Homecoming Queen Nominee 3: Miss GHS Nominee 3: Best All Round 1, Nominee 2, 3: All GHS 1: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: FFA Sweetheart Nominee 2: Spanish Club I. uucucs, ANITA: fTransfer sy uticncs, LINDA KAY: FHA 1, 2, JA 1. HUNT, BILL: Student Council 3, president 3: President of District III TASC 3: Beta Club 2, 3: Mu Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3: Class President I, 2: Class favorite 1, 2, 3: All GHS 1, 2, 3: NFL 1, 2, 3: Latin Club l, 2: Chemistry Club 2, treasurer 2: Speech Club 1, vice- presidcnt 1: Rotary Club Student of the Month 3. HUNT, EMERY: French Club 1, 2: Chemistry Club 2: English IV Club 3. HUNT, PATSY: fTransfcr 31 JA 2: FNA 2: FHA 1. HUSTON, CAROL: FNA 2, 3: FTA 3: JCL 1: Gold Jackets 1: Chemistry Club 2: English IV Club 3: Clinic assistant 3. HUTSON, JACKIE: Owl's Nest staff 3: FNA 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3: FHA 1, 2, secretary 1: A.O. Biology Club 2. INGRAM, ANDRA: NHS 2, 3: Gold Jackets 1: Math Club 1: JCL 1, 2: Student Assembly 2, 3: Speech Workshop 3: FBLA 2, 3, parlia- mentarian 2: District V Miss FBLA 3, District V vice-president 2: second place State Miss FBLA 3: Counselor's assistant 3: Senior Play 3. INGRAM, RONNIE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, co- captain 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Student As- sembly 2. IVEY, LEE ROY: FFA 1, 2, 3. JACKSON, ANN: English IV Club 3, president 3: Social Studies Forum 2, 3: FHA 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Gold Jackets 1. JACKSON, ARLIS ANN: VIC 3: FNA 2: FHA I, 2: Social Studies Forum 2: Band 1, 2: A.O. Biology 1: Junior Red Cross 2: Y-Teens 1. JACKSON, SHEILA: NHS 2, 3, secretary 3: Latin Club I, 2, 3, treasurer 3: Mu Alpha Theta I, 2, 3, treasurer 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, senior representative 3: Rotary Student of the Month 3: FBLA 2: Chemistry Club 2: A.O. Biology 1: FHA 1. JACKSON, SHIRLEY: JACOBS, GARY M.: Football I, 2, 3: Key Club 1, 2. JAMES, JODY: Social Studies Forum 3: FTA 2: FHA 3: Student Assembly 3: French Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, majorette 2, council 2: Con- cert Band 1: A.O. Biology Club 1. JAMES, SUSAN: JESTER, FLOYD: A Cappella 3: Bible Club 3: Choir I, 2. JOCOY., DALE: Art Club 2, 3, reporter 3: Chemistry Club 2: Math Club I. JOHNSON, LINDA C.: fTransfer 2l Red Feathers 1: Archery Club 1: Junior Red Cross 1. JONES, CARY DENNIS: Key Club 2, 3, st retary 3: Outstanding Key Clubber of the Ye 3: Student Assembly 2, 3: Quill and Scroll Owl's Nest business staff 3: Beta Club 2, NFL 1, 2: Social Studies Forum 2: Juni Magazine Sales Co-chairman 2: Speech Cll 1: Most Friendly 3: Best All Round nomin 3: Personality Plus nominee 3: Most Wit nominee 3. JONES, HENRY EARLE fCHIPJ: FFA 1, 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Baseball 3: Physl Club 3. JONES, PHIL: Football 1, 2, 3: Personali Plus 3: Most Witty nominee 3: All GHS Student Council 1, 3, executive council Social Studies Forum 2: L'l Abner 2: Be Club 2: Track 2: Rotary Student of the Mon' 3: Best All Round 1, nominee 2: Class Favi rite nominee 1, 2: All District 7 AAAA Ho: orable Mention in Football 2, 3. JONES, RITA: JONES, TONY: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Col cert Band I, 2, 3: Band Council 3: Stud: Ensemble I, 2, 3: Dallas Area Select Band , 3: ETSU Senior Honor Band 3. JORDAN, KATHY: fTransfer 31 National Hoi or Society 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Office A1 sistant 2, 3: Future Homemakers of Amerie 3: Senior Play 3: Bcta Club Student of tl Month 3: Future Scientists 2: Troubadears S Latin Club 1: FBLA. KEITH, MARCIA JANE: Creative Arts Clu 1, 2, 3, president 3: Gold Jackets I: Al Biology Club. KELLEY, JERRY: Physics Club 3: Soci Studies Forum 3: English IV Club president 5 Chemistry Club 2: French Club 1. KENNEMER, LEE: B-team football I, 2: Trac 1, 2. KENT, EDDIE: DECA 3: Industrial Arts I KIDD, SUZANNE: National Honor Society I 3: Dashing Debs 2, 3: Spanish Club 1: Futui Teachers 2: Gold Jackets 1, treasurer 1: Sociz Studies Forum 2, reporter: Student Assembly I English IV Club, secretary. KING, GAYLE: Office Assistant 2, 3: Gol Jackets I: FHA I. KING, PATRICIA ANN: Future Teachers 3 Social Studies Forum 2, 3: Spanish Club I 3: Junior Achievement 2: Gold Jackets 1. KIRK, GLENDA KAY: Senior Play: Studen Assembly 3: Office Assistant I, 2, 3: Lati Club 1, 2: FBLA 2: Gold Jackets. KIRK, LINDA: A Cappella I, 2, 3: Madri Glce 2, 3: Clinic Assistant 3: Gold Jackets I KIRKHAM, PATRICIA ANN: FHA 2, 3: Marci' ing Band I, 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 2 Latin Club 1. KOPCZYNSKI, JO-CLAIRE: German Club 3 Treasurer English IV Club 3: Dashing Det 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 2 Student Assembly 1: Gold Jackets 1: FTA I LAND, NANCY: Social Studies Forum 3: FBL. 2: FHA I, 2: Gold Jackets 1: A.O. Biolog Club 1. LANDER, CHUCK: Student Assembly 3: In dustrial Arts Club 2. LANDRUM, LARRY T.: Chemistry Club, treas urer 3: Physics Club 3: Tennis Team 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club I, 2: Math Club 1: Social Studie Forum 2: Biology Club 1. LANIER, JACQUELINE RUTH Uackicl: I Cappella 2, 3: Madri-Glee 3: All Region Choi 3: Choralaires I: FTA 1. LANNON, KAROLYN SUE: FHA 1, 2, 3: 01 fice Assistant 3. LAWSON, VIKKI JANE: Choralaires, preside! 3: Choralaires I, 2, 3: Choralaircs, reporter 2 OwI's Nest Business Manager 3: Quill 8: Scro Society 2, 3: FBLA 2: Owl's Nest Junior A5 sistant: Spanish Club 1, 2: Biology Club 1 Sophomore Representative of Choralaires. LAWSON, JANICE: National Honor Society I 3: Choralaircs I, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. LAWSON, JAMES LYNN: Physics Club 3 Chemistry Club 2. YE, MARNETTA JUNE: Vocational Industri- Club, secretary 3: FNA 3: English IV Club: A 1, 2. YE, ANNETTA JOAN: Gold Jackets 2. E, CONNIE JO: Junior Red Cross 1, 2, Tennis Tealn 1, 2, 3: AdvanCCd BiDl0IZV ub, reporter 3: Chemistry Club, secretary 2: ology Club I. ECH, ROBERT ANDREW: Latin Club 1, 2. Social Studies Forum 3, reporter 3: Beta udcnt of thc Month 3: Senior Play 3: Ad- nced Biology Club 3, president 3: A.O. ology Club 1. GG, OLLIE REBECCA: FHA 1. 2: Owlk 'c 2. ITH, DAN: f'l'ransfer IJ JA 2: Social udics Forum 3. PPS, GLORIA DIANE: fTransfer VIC 32 lect Chorus 2: Girls' Choir 1, 2: Spanish ub 1. PSCOMB, ANDY: Beta Club 2, 3: Physics ub 3, treasurer 3: Senior Class officer 3: tary Club Student of the Month 3: Most andsomc 2, 3,'Nominec 1: Most Courteous ominee 3: Chemistry Club 2: Social Studies rum 2: Student Assembly 2: Football 1, 2: ack 1, 2. TTLE, WILLIAM ALLEN JR.: Band I, 2, Biology Club 1, 2. BERG, RICK: Track 1, 2, 3. CKE, MIKE: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Chemistry ub 2: Spanish Club 2, 3. OHSTRETER, PETE: A.O. Biology Club 1: hcmistry Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: English Club 3: Physics Club 3. OGAN, DON: ONEY, DONNA SHARRON: FNA 2, 3: Latin lub 3: Choralaires 2: Red Cross 2. OTT, TINA FAY: FHA 1, 2: FNA I, 2: Red ross I, 2: Spf-eeb Workshop 3: A.O. Biology OVE, GARY: Beta Club 2, 3, vice-president : Class vice-president 2: All GHS 2: Valen- ne King 3: Executive Student Council 3: ootball 2, 3, Honorable Mention All District : Most Handsome Nominee 2, 3. OWERY, MICHAEL: Baseball I, 2, 3: Key :lub 3. 'UMAN, HENRY: Football I, 2, 3: Track 1, , 3: Chemistry Club 2: Math Club 3: Mu lpha Theta 3: MD III Club 3, president 3: nglish IV Club 3. UNA, LINDA: Student Assembly 3: Dashing cbs 2, 3: Rotarian Student of the Month 3: an American Forum 2: Social Studies Forum : Gold Jackets I: A.O. Biology Club 1. ICCARTER, BENNY MACK: FFA I. 2, 3, 'ice-president 2, president 3: A.O. Biology Club 1: Chemistry Club 2: Physics Club 3. I VICCLEARY, RONNIE: MD III Club 3: English V Club 3. VICCLUNG, CAROLYN: FBLA 2 :A,0. Biology Club 1: FHA 1: Choralaircs 1, 2, 3. VICCOWEN SHARON' S anish Club 1 2 1 ' P - v 5 Gold Jackets 1: FHA 1, 3, 3rd vice-president 3. l ICCULLOUGII, BILLIE M.: f'l'ransI'cr 3J FFA wectheart 2: Girls' Choir I, 2, vice-president : FHA I. ICC-EE, EDNA: FNA 2, 3, president 3: FHA I, 2: Gold Jackets 1, 2, 3: French Club 3. Il1:IcGLAUN, DON: Spanish Club 1, 2: A.O. iology I. MCGUFFEY, RITA ANN: Y-Teens I: FTA I, 2, 3: FHA I: FBLA 3, reporter 3: Gold Jackets 1: 2nd place, Tale Spinners Contest I. MCGUIRE, LINDA JANE: Choir 1: A Cappella l2: Clinic Assistant 3. INICKINNEY, ANNA LYNN: FHA I. 2: Art Club 1, 2. 'McKNIGHT, CRAIG: Track 1. MCMURRAY, LEA: Mu Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3. secretary 3: Library Club 3: Choralaires 1, 2, 3, reporter 3. MePHAIL, DANENE: Gold Jackets 1, 2, 3. junior representative 2, head captain 3: French Club I. 2: FNA 3. INICSWAIN, VICKIE: iTransfcr 21 Advanced Biology Club 3: French Club I, 2: Student Assembly 1: Biology Club 1: Drill team 1. MABERY, BOB: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3. MAHAN, BILL: f'l'ransfcr 2J MD III Club 3: English IV Club 3: Chemistry Club 2. MANUEL, RICKY C.: FBLA 2: Vocational Arts Club 2: Spanish Club 1: A.O. Biology 1. MARCUCCI RONNIE LYNN- A Ca pella 1, v - P 2, 3: VIC 3: Chemistry Club 3. MARKS, GARY: Senior Play 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 2: Student As- sembly 3: Spanish Club 1: Track 1, 2, 3, Mile Relay Team, district champions 3, regional finals 3, lst at Gainesville Invitational Meet 3. MARTIN, CAROLYN: Gold Jackets 1: FHA 1: Office Assistant 3. MARTIN, CHARLOTTE: English IV Club 3. MARTIN, GAYLA: FHA 2, 3: Art Club 2, 3, vice-president 3. MARTIN, LINDA YVONNE: Social Studies Forum 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Gold Jackets 1: FBLA 2: Math Club 3: Chemistry Club 3: FHA 1: A.O. Biology Club 1. MARTIN, RANDY: Football 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: All Region Choir 1, 2, 3: A.O. Biology Club 1: Chemistry Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3. MARTIN, THOMAS: FFA 1, 2, 3. MASSEY, GARY: VIC Club 3. MATLOCK, SHERRY LYNN: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3, Valentine Sweetheart 3: All Region Choir 3: Region X All State Finals 3: Madriglee 2, 3: FHA I, Song leader 1. MATHIS, JAMES DONALD: MAY, SHARON: Choralaires 1, 2, 3: FHA 1. MAYABB, GLORIA: FTA 2, 3: JCL 1, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Owl's Nest 3: Owl's Eye 2, reporter 2: Student Assembly 3: Senior Class Play 3: Office Assistant 2: Social Studies Forum 2: Speech Club I: Gold Jackets 1: A.O. Biology 1. MAYES, GENE: Football 1, 2, 3, All District 2, 3, All State 3, All American 3, Co-captain 3: Track 2. MEEKS, FLOYD E.: VIC 3. MHOON, STEVE: Physics 3. MIDGETT, JAMES: A Cappella 3: Band 1, 2: Stage Band 2: French Club 1: A.O. Biology I: Math Club l. MILLER, DONALD: NHS 2, 3: Math Club 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 3: Beta Club Student of thc Month. MILLER, NANCY ANN: Y-Teens Club 3: FHA 1: Student Council Representative 1. MILLER, SOPHIE: FHA 1. MITCHELL, HARRY: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: VIC 2, 3: ICT 2, 3. MITCHELL, ROSE ANN: FHA 2, 3: Office Assistant 2, 3: FBLA 2: Gold Jackets 1: Latin Club I: AO Biology 1: FHA Secretary 2. MITCHELL, STEPHEN AUSTIN: A Cappella 2, 3: A Cappella President 2, 3: 1965 Region X Chorus 3: Madriglee 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3: 1964- Region X Chorus 2: 1963 Region X Chorus 1. MOORE, MARTHA CHRISTINE: FNA 3: FHA 1, 2: Gold Jackets 1. MOORE, PAULA: Social Studies Forum 3. MORGAN, ROSALYNN KAYE: VIC Treasurer 3: FBLA Historian 3: Choralaires 1, 2, 3: FTA 3: English IV Club 3: Spanish Club I, 2: FHA I, 2: Junior Achievement Secretary 2. MORRIS, JUDY: A Cappella choir 1, 2, 3, Madri-Glee Sweetheart Nominee 3: All-Region 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Sweetheart 2: Stage Band I, 2, 3: Spanish Club I: Madri-Glcc 1, 2, 3. MORRIS, MIKE: Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3: All District 3: All Metro 3: Most Courteous 3: Student Assembly 3: Vice President Senior Class 3: Key Club Treasurer 3: Junior Rotarian 3: Key Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Valen- tine Princc 2: Beta Club Student of the Month 2: All GHS I: Vice President Sophomore Class 1: Track 1: FHA Beau I. MORROIV, PAUL: Varsity Baseball 2, 3: Phys- ics Club 3: Spanish Club 2: B-Team Basket- ball I. MOSS, LARRY: fTransI'er ll Senior Play 3: Student Council I, 2: Math Club 2: A.O. Biology 1, 2: B-Team Football 1, MOULTON, MARSHA: FHA 3, Treasurer 3: Office Assistant 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: FTA 2: JA 2, Assistant Treasurer 2: Gold Jackets 1: Biology Club 1. MURPHY, MIKE: fTransfcr 21 Spanish Club 3: JA 3, MURRAY, JUDY: fTransIer IJ A Cappella 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 3: Tennis 1: Inter- seholastic One-Act Play 2: Madriglcc 3. MYERS, CHARLIE: FFA 1, 2, 3, MYERS, JERRY: FFA I, 2, 3:Band1. MYERS, SANDY: Spanish Club 2: FBLA 2: Gold Jackets 1: FHA 1, Parliamentarian 1. NEDBALEK, GLORIA: DE 3: FBLA 2: Library Club 2, Library Award 2, NICKENS, KAREN: Dashing Dcbs 2, 3, Deb Council 2: Gold Jackets 1, Secretary 1: A.O. Biology Club 1: Homecoming Queen Nominee 3: Most Feminine 3: FHA 3, President 3: Most Courteous Nominee 3: Personality Plus Nominee 3: Social Studies Forum 2: French Club 2, Secretary 2: Student Assembly 2. NORLING, I SANDRA: FTA 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Historian 3: NHS 3: National Merit Commendation 3: Gold Jackets 1. NORRIS, STEVE: iTransfer 21 Spanish Club 1: Baseball 2: Physics Club 3: Key Club 3. NORTON, DENNIS: Football I: FBLA 3, Presi- dent 3. NOWLIN, LEONA FAYE: FBLA 3: FHA 3. OGLE, NANCY LOU: Gold Jackets 1: A.O, Biology 1: Social Studies Forum 2: FHA 2: FBLA 3: English IV Club 3: Art Club 3. OGLESBY, HAROLD RICHARD: Band 1, 2, 3: Studio Ensemble 1, 2, 3: Stage Band 1, 3: FBLA 3: English IV Club 3, Sgt.-at-arms 3: JCL I, 2: Chemistry Club 2. OGLESBY, LINDA: Dashing Dcbs 2, 3, Deb Council 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Cor- responding Secrctary 3: Beta Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Key Club Sweetheart 3: Most Beautiful 3, Nominee I, 2: Miss GHS Nomi- nee 3: Homecoming Queen Nominee 3: Class Favorite 1, Nominee 2: Valentine Princess 2: Gold Jackets 1, Vice President 1: A.O. Biology Club 1: French Club 1. ORMAN, BARBARA: A Cappella 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: German Club 3: Choralaires 1: A.O. Biology Club I: Gold Jackets 1. OVERALL, TOMMY: Band I, 2: Social Studies Forum 2: Industrial Arts Club 1: ICT 2: DE 3. OYVENS, BRENDA: FTA 2, 3: FHA 3: Band 2: Social Studies Forum 2: English JV Club 3. OXFORD, JUDY: FHA 3: Gold Jackets 1. PARKER, JERRY: fTransfer 2l FFA 1: R.O.T.C.1, PAR KER, JOE: PARKER, KAREN MARIE: FBLA 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3: Choralaires 1: Social Studies Forum 3: DE 2. PARKER, ROGER: Football 2, 3, All-District, Second Team 3: Basketball 1: Baseball 1: French Club 1, 2: Physics Club 3. PARKER, TRAVIS: PASCHAL, DONALD E: fTransicr ll English IV Club 3: Physics Club 3: Math Club 3. PATTISON, NANCY: Social Studies Forum 2, 3: Choralaires 2, 3: Library Club 2, 3, Library Award 2: Junior Red Cross 1: 3-D Speech Club 1: Y-Teens 1. PATTON, PAT: Office Assistant 3: Student Assembly 3: FTA 2: Social Studies Forum 2: A.O. Biology Club 1: Gold Jackets 1: French Club 1. PATTON, TAMMY: Tennis 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presb dent 3: Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3. PAZICK, ELIZABETH: A Cappella 2, 3: Spaa- ish Club, 2: Junior Red Cross 2: Social Studies Forum 2: Choir I: FHA 1: Gold Jackets 1. 345 PIERCE, JOAN KATHY: NHS 3, historian 33 .TCL 1, 2, 3, photographer 1, 3, historian 2, Magna Cum Laude for outstanding member 23 A.O. Biology Club 1, 2, 3, historian 2, reporter 35 Cold Jackets lg Y-Teens Ig Red Cross 2, 3, reporter 2, artist, president 35 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Chemistry Club 23 Office Assistant 1, 33 FHA 13 Student Assembly, Advisory Council 35 Advanced Biology 3, secretary 35 FNA 3, his- torian Sg Art Club 35 Senior Play 33 Garland Exchange Club Scholarship 3. PECK, DIANNE: 'Office Assistant 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 NHS 33 Social Studies Forum 3. PELTON, JUDITH DIANNE: FHA 1. PENNY, CHERYL LYNNE: fTransfer IJ French Club 35 Social Studies Forum 2, 3. PERKINS, JOHNNY: Student Assembly 35 Track 3. PETERS, DENNIS C.: Creative Arts 1, 2, 3g Jr. Achievement 2, 3, Prvsiclcnt 2, Treasurer 3. PETTY, GARTH LEE: PHILLIPS, WILLIAM LEE: Industrial Arts Club 1, 29 Industrial Cooperative Training 2, 35 Sgt.-at-Arms 3. PHILLIPS, CHERYL RUTH: Choralaires 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 3. PICCOLA, BENJAMIN PAUL: Band 15 Library Club 25 VIC 3. PICKLE, JERRY RICHARD 2 NFL 13 Speech Club 1: Junior Classical League 15 Trainer 1, 2, 3, Student Council 33 Physics Club 3. PICKERWILL, TEREAS: Transfer grade 12. PICKETT, GARY: FFA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 25 Vice-president 3. PIERCE, PATSY: Choralaires 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 Spanish Club 1. PITTS, INGRID: FHA 1, 2g Choralaires 2, 35 Choir 1. POINTER, PAULA: Choralaires 2, 33 FHA 1, 35 FBLA 25 Chemistry Club 23 A.O. Biology Club lg Spanish Club 1. PONDER, JUDY: Office Assistant 1, 2g Span- ish Club lg Cold Jackets 15 Owl's Nest staff 35 FHA 1. POOVEY, MADALYNE: French Club 15 Gold Jackets lg Advanced Biology Club 3. POPE, REBECCA: FNA 2, 35 Red Cross 33 Y-Tvvns 3. PORCHEDDU, FRANK: fTransfer 2, FBLA 3. PRESLEY, CAROL JANE: FNA 2, 3, reporter 3. PRUITT, BECKY: Most Witty Nominee 35 Best All Round Nominee 1, 39 Class Favorite Nomi- nee 17 Dashing Debs 2, 3, council 39 Beta Stu- dent of the Month 21 Social Studies Forum 3g. Gold Jackets 15 Rod Cross 2g French Club 23 A.O Biology Club 1. PRUITT, JUDY: FTA 33 FBLA 3g A Cappella 1, 2, 3, historian 35 Dashing Dcbs 2, 33 Gold Jackets 13 FHA Ig Spanish Club 2. PURCELL, JUDY: English IV Club 35 FHA 1, 25 FBLA 23 Gold Jackets 13 A.O. Biology 1. PURDY, JAN: Social Studies Forum 33 March- IHZ band 1, 2, 37 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 35 A.O. Biology Club 23 Student Assembly 35 Studio Ensemble 3g Stage Band 33 Band council 3, reporter 3. PYLES, LORETTA: FHA 1. QUILLIN, LINDA: Band 1, 2, 3, council 3, secretary 35 NFL 33 Beta Student of the Month 3g Social Studies Forum 25 Latin Club 13 3-D Speech Club 13 Student Assembly 2, 3, secre- tary Sq Personality Plus 35 Most Talented Nominee 35 NFL 3. RACSDALE, MICHAEL: fTransfer 15 A Cap- pella 2. RAMOS, GERALD JOSEPH: Ow1's Eye 1, 2, 3, reporter 1, sports editor 2, 33 Quill and Scroll 2, 35 Future Better Speakers of America 13 Intcrscholaslic League One Act Play 1, 2. RAMPH, DIANNE: Office Assistant 3: Junior Red Cross 23 A.O. Biology Club 13 Gold Jackets 1. 346 RAWLINGS, WEEDA: Library Club 2, 3, Inward 2g FHA 1. RHODES, STEVEN PAUL: Mu Alpha Theta 1, 2, 35 Physics Club 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Social Sludies Forum 33 English IV Club 3, president 35 Chemistry Club 2g National Mathematics Cunlvsl YVinnrr 3. RICH, DANNY: Plxysirs Club SQ English IV Club 3, treasurer 3. RITCHIE, PAMELA FAY: Quill and Scroll 35 Owl's Eye 2, 3, editorials Editor 3, reporter 23 Gold Jackets Ig Library Assistant 1, Award I. ROARK, BILLY: VIC 3. ROBERTS, PAULA JO: Dashing Dabs 2, 3, majorettc 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Cold Jackets 1. ROBINSON, GARY: Social Sludics Forum 2, MD I Club 25 Physics Club 3. ROBINSON, KAREN: Chorzxlaircs 1, 2, 35 Eng- lish IV Club 3: Speech Club 1. ROCHOLL, DAVID: Band 1, 2, 33 Social Studies Forum 2: JCL 3: Chemistry Club. ROE, TERRY LEE: German Club 2, 3, officer 35 Physics Club 35 English IV Club 3: Dallas Engineers' Club Scholarship finalistl ROGERS, TERRY: ICT 3. ROGERS, RICHARD: fTransfcr 31 FFA lg DECA 3. ROSSON, JOANN: Social Studies Forum 3: French Club 2g Cold Jackets 1. ROW, GEORGE: FFA 1, 2, 3g Social Studies Forum 3g Chemistry Club 2. RUSSELL, CHARLENE: FNA 35 FHA 1. RYAN, BOB: English IV Club SQ Speech play 3. SALTER, JOHN: DE 2. SAMPSON, IRIS JEAN: fTrnnsfer U English IV Club 33 FHA 1. SANDERS, SANDY: FHA 13 FBLA 3, SAXON, CAROL: Office Assistant 3g FNA 33 FHA 1, 2, 3. SCOGGINS, BONNIE: Football 1, 2, 3, All District 3, All Metro 3, All Greater Dallas 3, All State 3, Hunomblv Mention A11 Amcriczmg Mr. GHS nominvc 33 Best All Round nominee lg Class favorite 2g Most Athletic 3: Track 1, 23 Kvy Club 1, 25 Most Handsome 1, nominee 2, 3. SELLERS, SALLY: Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 So- cial Studies Forum 2, 3: Sludc-nt Assembly 33 FTA 2, 3g Gold Jnckcls lg Dashing D1-bs 2, 35 English IV Club 3. SHARP, CURTIS: Latin Club 1, 2: English IV Club 3, reporter 3. SHAYV, REX: FBLA 2, 33 Social Studies Furum 3. SHELTON, ELLEN: FHA 1, 2, 3, historian 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Gold Jackets lg FTA 33 A.O. Biology Club 1. SHIPLEY, MARY LOU: Social Studies Forum 3, treasurer 3: office assistant 33 Bela Club Student of the Month 3: Rotary Club Student of the Month 3: French Club 2: Choralaircs lg National Merit Scholarship Finalist 33 A.O. Biology 1. SIMMONS, HAROLD MICHAEL: Student AS- scmlrly 33 Social Studies Forum 2: Band 1, 2, 33 Stage Band 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, treasurer 2: Physics Club 33 First plucu in JCL State Mythology Contest 3. SIMMONS, SANDY: FHA 1, 3: Social Studies Forum 3, SIMMONS, SHARON: FHA 2, 3, vice-preSi- dr-nt 2: A.O. Biology 1, 23 Social Studies Forum 2: Spanish Club 1, 23 Gold Jackets lg DECA 3, historian 3. SIMS, SUE: Gold Jackets 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3: JCL 1, 2, 33 FBLA 3, parlinmcntarian 3: Math Club 2: Library Club 1, 2, photographer 13 Camera Club 1. SMITH, JOYCE: FHA 2: Y-Turns 13 Junior Red Cross 3. SMITH, KENNETH: DECA 3. SMITH, REX: Spanish Club 1, 2g Clwmislry Club 2: Physics Club 3: Math Club Zi. SMITH, WALTER: Chemistry Club 2, 33 Mal Club 2, 33 Social Studies Forum 2: DECA A.O. Biology Club 1. SNEATH, CHARLES: DE 3g Math Club 2 Spanish Club 1. SOLIZ, ESMERALDA: fTrnnsfcr U Gold Jac cts 2, 3, senior rvprvscnlativc 3: FHA 1. SOLMER, SHERRY MOONEYIIAN: Gold Jac els 1, 2, 3, senior rr-prvsvntativc 33 FBLA 2 A.O. Biology Club lg FHA 1. SPEARS, SHARON JEAN: FHA 1, 35 Soci Studies Forum 3: Spanish Club 1, 2. SPIVEY, RONALD: Spanish Club 2, 35 Olli Owl 2, 3: Best Owl Spirit 3. SPRAGGINS, JAY: Football 13 Owl's Eye 2 3, photographer 2, 3, reporter 2: Ow1's Nest 2 3, phoiographcr 2, 3, assistant sports editor 2 sports editor 3: Quill and Scroll. SPURGIN, STEVE: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, rcporls-1 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: A11 Region Choir 1, 2 33 All State Choir 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 33 Studia, Ensemble 1, 2, 33 Speech Club lg Madriglc 1, 2, 3: Soroptimist Student of the Year 2 Most Talented 3. STARLING, JIM: French Club 1, 25 Mu Alph Theta 2: Band 1, 2g Golf Team 2, 33 Chcmistr Club 3: Physics Club 3. STARR, JAN: Student Assembly 2, 3: Mos Beautiful 1, nominee 2, 3: Homecoming Quee nominee 3: Best Owl Spirit nominee 3: Mos Friendly 33 Class Favorite Nominee 2: Valen line Duchess 2: Chccrlcndcr 1, 2: FFA Sweet heart nominee 1. STEELMAN, CHARLOTTE DIANA: FHA 1. STEVENS, TIM: Baseball 1, 2, 3, captain 3: Key Club 1, 2, 3: Student Assembly 3: All District baseball second tcnm. STEWART, PAT: FHA 33 Gold Jackets lg Spanish Club 2. STOCKETT, DONNA KAY: fTrzmsfz-r 31 Choir 13 Art Club 3. , STONE, VICKI: B4-la Club 1, 2, 33 NHS 2, 3: Homecoming Quvcn nominee 33 Junior Red Cross 1, 2: Most Buuuliful 2, nomincc 1, 35 Class favorite nominee 1, 2, 35 Miss GHS 35 All CHS 1, 2, 35 Chccrlcnclr-r 1, 2, 3, head cheerleader 3: Spanish Club lg Class secre- tary 1. STRAWN, VERNIA LOUISE: Choralairvs 2, 3: Office Assistant 2, 3: Gold Jackets 1. STRICKLIN, CHER-YL ELLEN: JCL 2, 3, vicc- prcsidnnl 2, president 3: NHS 3, trcasurcr 3: NFL 1, 3, historian 1, president 3: Class socrc-W tary 1, 2, 3: Mu Alpha Theta 2: A.O. Biology 2g Chemistry Club 2, sccrelary 2: Best All Round nominee 1, 2: Most Ambitious 3: Miss, GHS nominee 35 Most Talented nominee 3: 3-D Speech Club 1, treasurer 13 2nd place UIL' State Debate 2: lst place UIL District Debate 1. STRINGEH, KENNETH: X STRLTBE, STEVEN LEON: DE 3. X SULLIVAN, DENNIS: Industrial Arts Club 2.N SWOVELAND, SHARON LYNNE: fTmnsfcr 15 ' FBLA 35 A.O. lziolugy Club 2. SZNAJDER, CAROL ANN: FHA 23 Student As- sembly 2: Cold Jack:-ts 1. TALKINGTON, GAIL ANN: Spanish Club 3. TALLEY, ROY: Kr-y Club 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Basknlbnll 2, 3g English IV Club 3, treasurer 3. TAPP, BETTY: FHA I, 2: Chr-vrloadc-r 15 Best All Round nominvc 1. TAUZIN, SHERRI: Dashing Dclxs 2, 3, Council 3g FNA 2, 3: Student Assembly 33 Counsclor's assistant 33 Valvnlinc Duchess 3: Most Fricvndly nominee 3: Gold Jackets lg A.O. Biology Club 25 FHA 13 French Club 1. TAYLOR, BRUCE: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1. 3: French Club 1, 2g A.O. Biology Club I: Chemistry Club 2: Physics Club 3. TAYLOR, LYXDA: TAYLOR, MELVA LYNN: All Region Choir 1, 2, 35 Madriglec 1, 2, 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3. TEER, GEORGE ALLEN: Sludrnt Assembly 35 Physics Club 3g Latin Club 2. ERRY, SANDRA: FTA 3: Spanish Club I, 2: tudent Assembly 2: NHS 2, 3: Gold Jaekel- : Junior Red Cross 1: Chemistry Club 2, re- orter 2: Beta Student of the Month 3. HOMPSON, EDWARD C.: fTransfer 31 Li- rary Club 1, 2, 3: Art Club 2: Audio Visual Award I. TILLERSON. GARY: Speech Clttb I: Chemistry Club 2. ILLETT, GWEN: Choralaires 2, 3: FHA I. TODD, JOHN EDD: NHS 2, 3: English IV Club , treasurer 3: Spanish Club l, 2, 3: A.O. iology Club I: Chemistry Club 2, 3: A Cap- pella 1, 2, 3: German Club 2, 3, reporter 2: Region X Chorus alternate 2. TOLLESON, HARRIS: DE 3, Most Outstanding Student 3: German Club 2: Band I. TOMPKINS, TOMMY: Track 1, 2, 3: Football I: Student Assembly 2. TUGGLE, CONNIE: English IV Club 3: Library Club I, 2, 3: Library Assistant I, 2, 3: Clinic Assistant 3: Junior Red Cross l. TURNER, CLIFTON: F....II,aI1 I, 2, 3, Track I, 2. TURNER, GENEVA BROWN: iTransfer 31 NHS 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, officer 2: FHA 1, 2, 3, president 3: Most Beautiful 2: Homecom- ing Princess 2: Class officer I: Student Council 1: Scratch Staff 2. TURNER, TERRY: Latin Club 1, 2, 3. vice president 3: A Cappella l, 2, 3: All Region Choir 2, 3: A Cappella Beau 2, 3: Madriglee 3: Basketball Inanager I. TURRENTINE, TOMMY: Key Club 1, 2, 3, president 3: Golf tt-nm 1, 2, 3: Beta Club 3: Spanish Club 1. URBAN, SHERRY ANNE: Dashing Debs 2, 3: Student Assembly 2: Spanish Club I, 2: FBLA 3: FTA 2: Junior Red Cross I: Gold Jackets 1: A.O. Biology CltIb I. VAN DUSER, TERRY 1 VERNON, NANCY: Student Assembly 3: MII Alpha Theta 2, secretary 2: DAR Good Citizen of the Year 3: All GHS 3: Most Courteous nominee 3: NHS 2. reporter 2: Beta Club 2: Rotary Student of the Month 3: Choralaires 1. VIBROCK, SANDRA: Dashing Debs 2, 3, couni eil 2: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Valentine Queen 3: Most Beautiful nominee 2, 3: Most Feminine nominee 3: Beta Club 3: Office assistant 3: Daisy Mae 2: Speech Club 1: A.O. Biology Club 1: Gold Jackets I. YVAGNER, MARYLIN: Gold Jackets l, 2: A.O. Biology Club I, YVALDEN, JUDY: National Honor Society 2. 3: FTA 3: Most Witty 3: Nominee Personality Plus, Best 'Owl Spirit: Student Assembly 3: French Club I: Mu Alpha Theta 2: Editor-in- Chief OWIIS NEST 3: Assistant Editor OWL'S EYE 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Senior Class Re- porter: Student Rotarian 3. YVALKER, BOB: Tennis Club 2, 3, treasurer 2, president 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Chemistry Club 3, vice president 3. WALKER, DAVID: Track 1. YVALKER, JAMES: fTraIIsfer XVALLACE, ANNE: Art Club 1, 2. 3: Chora- laires 1, 2, 3: FBLA 2, 3: FHA l. WALLACE. GARY: Baseball 3. WIASHBURN, ROBERT KEITH: Band I, 2, 3: Studio Ensemble 1, 2, 3: orchestra 2, 3: Physics Club 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: 2nd in State Solo Contest 2: Dallas Area Band 3: Ist place Soloist Dallas Area 2, 3: All Region Band 2. WATERS, CHUCK: Spanish Club 'I, 2: In- dustrial Arts Club 2: Physics Club 3. W'ATKINS, MIKE: NHS 3: A.O. Biology Club I, 2, 3, Reporter: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Re- porter 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: All Region Choir 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 1: Madriglee 3: Senior Play 3: Quill and Scroll 3: All Region X Choir 2: Owl's Nest Business Staff: Good Neighbor Achievement Award 3. WATSON, DUANE II.: Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3. President 3: Beta Club 2, 3: Student Assembly 3: A.O. Biology Club 1, 2, Vice President 2: Physics Club 3: Advanced Biology Club 3: Chemistry Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2. WATSON, JAMES CHARLES: Band 1, 2, 3: Studio Ensemble 3: Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3. WALKER, WENDA: Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 2: English IV Club 3: FBLA 3: A.O. Biology Club I: FHA I: Gold Jackets 1. WARE, LINDA LOU: iTransfer 31 FBLA 2, 3: Science Club I: One-Act Play 3. WEATHERSBY. WILL: fTransfer IJ A Cap- pella I, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Football 1: English IV Club 3: Madriglee 3. WEAVER, BOBBY S.: Student Council I, 2, 3, Executive Council 3, Treasurer 3: Owl Guard 3, President 3: Key Club I, 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 3: FTA 2: Baseball 1, 2: Football 1: Best All Round Nominee 1: Best Owl Spirit Nominee 3: Most Courteous Nominee 3: Most Friendly Nominee 3. WEBB, SUSAN: Dashing Debs 2, 3: Valentine Queen Nominee 3: Most Witty Nominee 3: Social Studies Forum 3: A.O. Biology Club I, 2: FHA I, Officer 1: Junior Red Cross 2: Gold Jackets 1. WELLS, BARBARA ANN: Band 1, 2, 3: Studio Ensemble 1, 2, 3: Stage Band I, 2: All-Girl Stage Band 2: All Senior Honor Band 3: Eng- lish IV Club 3. WESBERRY, .JUDY ANN: Junior Red Cross 3. WEST, JEAN: Band I, 2: FIIA 1: Spanish Club 2. WESTER, JAMES MACK: Key Club 2: Tennis Club I. WHALIN, MIKE: A.O. Biology Club 1: Social Studies Forum 2: English IV Club 3, Reporter 3: Speech Department Play 3. WHEAT, DENNY: Football 2, 3. WHEELER, DONALD W.: XVIIITMAN, PAUL: French Club l, 2, President 2: Tennis Club I, 2, Vice President 1, Presi- dent 2. WILCOXSON, BO PEEP: Office Assistant 3: Gold Jackets 1: FHA I. WILEMON, SANDRA DARLENE QSANDIJ: A Cappella I, 2: Gold Jackets 1: FHA 2, Vice President 2: Future Better Speakers of Ameri- ca 1, Secretary I: FBLA 2: Social Studies Forum 3: Cheerleader 3: Best Owl Spirit 3: Personality Pitts Nominee 3: Most Friendly Nominee 3. WILKINS, LINDA: French Clttb I, 2: FBLA 3: Math Club 3: A.O. Biology Club I: Junior Red Cross I: Owl's Nest 2: Y-Teens 1: Gold Jackets I. ' WILLIAMS, BARBARA: Social Studies Forum 3: Spanish Club 2: Gold Jackets 1. WILLIAMS, BETTY: DE 3: DECA Sweetheart 3. WILLIAMS, DAVID: FFA I, 2, 3, Sentinel 3. WILLIAMS, HILDA: fTransfer IJ Library Club 1, 2, 3, President 3: FHA 2: FNA 3: English IV Club 3. WILLIAMS, JANET: fTransfer IJ Social Studies Forum 2: Junior Red Cross 2: Spanish Club I, 2. WILLIAMS, TONY: Art Club 3: Social Studies Forum 3: FBLA 2: Spanish Club 1: English IV Club 3, sergeant-at-arms 3: Senior Play 3. WINDT, RAY: Band I, 2, 3, president 3: Studio Ensetnble 2, 3: Stage Band 1, 2, 3: Latin Club I: Most Talented nominee 3: Chem- istry Club 2: Advanced Biology Club 3, vice president 3. WISE, SHARON ADELE: FHA 2, 34 Spanish Club 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 3: Student Assembly 3: English IV Club 3, treasurer 3: Senior Play 3: Gold Jackets I: A.O. Biology Club 1: Y-Teens 1. WOLFE, DARLENE: Student Assembly I: Most Courteous 3: Most Feminine nominee 3: Dash- ing Debs 2, 3: Cattlemen's Association Award for Achievement 3: Sears-Roebuck Award 3: FHA 2, 3, president Area V, State Executive Council 3: Beta Club 2: Soroptomist Achieve- ment Award 2: French Club I. WOLFE, DENNIS: WOOD, DIANA KAY: Dashing Debs 2, 3: Social Studies Forum 2: Gold Jackets 1: A.O. Biology Club 1: FHA I: Office assistant 2, 3. WOOD, WINIFRED KAY: Chemistry Club 3: French Club 2, 3: JCL I: Social Studies Forum 2: Mu Alpha Theta 2: Most Talented 3: Band I, 2, 3: Studio Ensemble 1, 2, 3: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: Madriglee I, 2, 3: All State Choir I, 3: All Region Choir I, 2, 3: Outstanding Band Member 1, 2: Dallas Area Band 2: State UIL Contest, 2nd division I, 2, Ist division 2. W'OOLRlDGE, ANDRA: Choralaires 1, 2, 3: Librarian 2. WRIGHT, JACKIE: fTransfer sb FFA 1, 2, 3, sentinel 2. WRIGHT, NORMA: FHA 1: Junior Red Cross 2. WRIGHT, TONI LYNN: Choralaircs 2, 3. YAEGER, DONNA: FHA 1, 2, 3, Area vice president 2: Junior Red Cross 1: Gold Jackets I: Spanish Club 1: Chemistry Club 3: English IV Club 3, secretary 3: FTA 2: A.O. Biology Club 1: Dashing Debs 2, 3: FHA president 2, secretary 1, vice president 1: DAR Homemaker of the Year 3. YARBOROUGH, MICHAEL T.: CTransfer SJ Track I, 2, 3: Football 1, 2. YEAGER, KAY: Dashing Debs 2, 3, majorette 3: NHS 3: Mu Alpha Theta 3: National Merit Commended Student 3: Beta Club Student of the Month 3: Homecoming Queen nominee 3. YOUNGMAN, DIANNE: Choralaires I, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 1: FNA 2, 3, vice president 3: Clinic Assistant 3: JCL 1, 2. ZAESKE, BILLIE D.: Industrial Arts Club I, 2: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Physics Club 3. 347 SENIOR BOYS Adams, Barry-58 Adams, Jimmy-58, 288, 301, 303 Addington, Bill-44, ss, 319, 317 Albright, Stephen-91, 189, 260, 261, 268, 260, 269 Allen, Darrell-58 Allison, Stewart-197, 198 Anderton, Stcvt+58, 259 Archer, Paul-275 Ashmore, .lalnes-59 Attaway, Mike-S9 Axe, Charlosf59, 274, 255 Bacon, Darwin-41, 51, 59, 261, 282 Bair, Larry-60 Baise, Ronnie-60 Baity, Rusty-60 Baker, Charles-60, 258, 268, 259 Baker, George-60 Bartlett, James-61 Bateman, Ricky-61 Beary, Ricky-61 Beaver, Brian-61 Beaver, Don462, 225, 275, 263, 259 Bedford, W'aynk62 Beeson, Don-62, 197, 199 Beggs, Dalf?62, 223 Bell, David-62, 53 Bell, Robert-62 ?ll, Ronnie-62, 268, 124 ennett, Spencer-62 Benson, Richard-62, 230, 231, 232, 233 Blake, James-63 Blankinship, Monroe-62, 222 Boggs, Waynw63, 231 Bounds, Dan-63 Box, Rick-63 Boyd, Mike-46, 63, 201, 290, 256, 321 Bozman, Ronniz+36, 63, 93, 118, 166, 173, 189, 200, 201, 258, 277, 261, 276 263, 262, 53 Bradford, Carlton-64, 290 Braziel, Kenneth-64 Brewer, Billy-64 Brown, Clyde-64 Brown, .lim464, 231 Brown, Mike-64, 206, 227, 122 Brown, Richard-64, 222 Bryan, Billy-65 Burleson, Bobf65, 189 Burns, Craig-65 Butler, .1erryf65, 225, 288, 299, 302 Caldwell, Larry-66 Caldwell, Ronnie-66 Campbell, Steve-66, 269 Carpenter, Kenneth466, 223 Carpenter, L. D.-66, 189, 196 Carroll, Roscotw66 Casey, Dennis-66, 226 Caskey, Raymond-67 Cates, Stcvw67 Cheatham, Le?67 Clark, Dennis-67 Cole, John-67 Cole, Richard-67 Collins, Hugh-225, 290 Collins, Stephen-68 Combcst, Ronnie-68 Combs, Bill-68, 258, 256, 268 Compton, Larry-68, 222 Cook, Ed-'68, 274 Cook, Mike-68, 289, 114 Cooper, Don-68 Corlett, Robert-68, 269 Cox, Ronnie-68, 181, 189, 288, 295, 305 Crawford, Pat-68, 69, 268 Cross, Duane-69, 189, 190, 294, 295, 288 SENIOR GIRLS Adams, Carol-58, 214, 215, 226, 234 Adams, Dorothy-58 Adams, Glenda-58 Akin, Sharon-58 Alexander, Edna-58, 69, 215 Alexander, Margaret-58 Alford, Glenda Allen, Nita-58 Allison, Judy-30, 58, 269, 263 Allison, Tommie- Alston, Dorothy-58 Amis, Linda-58 Archibald, Merry-43, 59, 218, 221 Arnold, Janie-59 Ashenhurst, Deborah-59, 206, 210, 211, 212, 266 270 Ciruit, Darryl-69, 197, 198, 231 Crump, Billf38, 70, 85, 105, 201, 291, 303, 56 C-rumpley, Mikw69, 230 Cyganik, Tony-70, 115, 306, 307, 308, 310, 313 Dancer, Dan-70 Davis, Jerry-70 Davis, Mike-70, 207, 210, 211 Davis, Ronnie-70, 231 Day, Bob-70, 225 Dean, Michc-alf70 Dvaton. Mike-71, 269 Dclk, Mikef71 Dcndy, Allen-71, 198, 269, 259 Denman, Micky-71, 222 Dowberry, James-71 DeWitt, George-71 Dillard, David-71 Dollar, Bi1lf30'I, 309, 312, 269 Driver, .loe-50, 72, 190, 307, 308, 310, 312, 313, 277, 272 Duckworth, .lohn-72 Duncan, Harold-72 Echols, jerry-72 Echols, Buddy-197, 199, 275 Edgar, Gary-71, 224 England, Richard-73, 207, 222 Englebrctson, Paul-73, 291, 289, 256, 269, 259 English, Lynn-73, 231 Evans, David-73 Evans, Phillip-73 Evans, Virgil-73, 223 Farmer, Dempsey-73, 256, 226 Fentcr, Larry-73 Ferrell, Gary-74 Field, Clip-62, 74, 274, 256 Finch, Danny-74, 274, 269 Finklea, Charles-74, 275 Flanagan, Mikw74, 289 Floyd, Ralph-74 Foster, Mike-74, 224, 256 Fowler, David-74 Franks, Alanf222 Frederick, Roy-74 Fry, ,lody-75, 307, 308, 317, 118 Fuqua, Tommy475 Garvin, M. G.-75, 199, 207, 222, 196 Gill, Wayne-75, 268, 258, 268, 269 Gilmore, Weldonf75, 207, 211, 222 Glidden, Charles-75, 189, 197, 198, 224, 258 Godwin, E. J.-75 Goode, Ricllard-46, 75, 222 Graves, Jerry-76 Gray, Joe-76 Green, Johnny-76 Greening, Eddie-76 Griffis, Stanley-77, 254, 215 Griffith, Michael-77, 270, 271 Gunter, Frankf77 Hagin, Victor-77 Haldeman, Cliff-77, 256 Haliburton, Gene-77 Hall, DavidA77, 254, 255 Hall, Mike-77 Halpin, Lowellf78, 190, 201, 301 Hanlmack, Mike-78 Hammond, Bob-78, 206, 207, 210, 211 Hanks, Curtis-78, 260, 261, 260 Hanson, Chuck-78 Hargrove, Clevice-78 Harris, David--78 Ashley, Bobbiw58, 266, 270 Bailey, Elizabeth-59, 238, 227 Bullard, Barbarav59 Balthrop, Linda-60 Barker, Barbara-60, 198 Barker, Gwynn-60, 196, 201 Barnard, Karen-61 Barnett, .1udy461, 206, 210, 212, 240 Barrios, Virginia-61, 195, 268, 263, 259 Bartell, Bcnnie?61 Bates, Claudia-61, 195 206, 210, 211, 263, 52 Beggs, Lanell-62, 208, 209 Bearden, Barbara-61 Bell, Ernestine-62 Bellus, Marcin-62, 207, 210, 211 Besse, Marsha- Bird, Patte-63 Hartwell, Billy-79, 319, 226, 317 Hawkins, Larry-79 Heifner, Gerald-79 Hendricks, Craig-79 Hill, Rick-80, 258 Hitchcock, Tommy-80 Hobbs, Ronnic+80 Hodges, Zack-80 Holley, Jim-81 Holloway, Arnoldf81, 215 Holly, Mark-81 Holmes, Jim-81 Holt, Dale-81 Hopkins, Davidf81, 291 Horak, 1ohnf82, 207, 210, 258, 261, 268 Hoskins, .lamcs-82 Houston, Jimmy-82, 207, 210 Howard, Darrell-82, 215 Howington, RobertA82 Hoyc, Robert-82 Hubbard, Jerry-83, 223 Hubbard, Jimmy-83 Hubble, Kerry-83, 224 Huffman, Kirk-83, 259 Hunt, Billy-38, 66, 86, 93, 166, 172, 189, 258, 277, 261, 276, 263 Ingram, Ronnie-85, 307, 308, 313 Ivey, Lee Roy-85, 231 Jacobs, Garyf85, 288 Jennings, Donald-86 Jester, Floyd-86, 207 Jocoy, Dale-86, 215 Johnson, Michael-86 Jones, 179 Jones 320 .Tones .lones 201 Jones Cary-36, 86, 93, 97, 189, 201, 267, 270 Charles-231, 87, 317 Henry-87 , Phil-167, 175, 189, , 300, 305 , Tonyf87, 198, 196 Kelley, Jerry-88, 225, 275, 268 Kcnnemer, Lee-88, 256 Kent, Eddiw88, 223 Key, Landonv275 King, lohn-88, 269 Krizan, Jody-89 Krodel, .lamcs-89 Kuellne, Danny-89 Lander, Chuck-89 Landrum, Larryf269 Lawson, James-90, 268 Leath, James-90 Leech, Andy-90, 189, 2711, 122 Leith, Dan-90, ,274 Levy, Brian-90 Lipscomb, Andy-90, 174, 189, 201, 269, 56 Little, William-91, 196 Loberg, Ricki91 Lobstreter, Pcte-91, 269 Locke, Michael-91, 309, 310, 312, 313, 311, 315 Logan, Don-91 Love, Gary-91, 190, 191, 200, 288, 277 Lowery, Mike-91, 318, 319, 320, 317 Luellcn, ,lcrry-222, 91 Luman, Henry-91, 225. 256, 288, 294, 297, 300, 302, 259 Mabery, Bob-92 Mackenzie, James-92 Mallon, Bill-92, 256 Marcucci, Ronnie-92, 206 Marks, Gary-92 Martin, Randy-93, 207, 210, 211, 290 Martin, Thomas-93, 231 Massey, Garyf93 Massingill, Richard-93 Mayes, Gene-36, 93, 295, 296, 298 Blarlkley, Harriet-63, 95, 266, 275, 270, 240, 262, 263, 272, 53 Blount, Carolyn-63 Bolton, Cynthia-63, 73, 207 Bowers, Mary Bctll-63, 47, 53, 262, 263, 260, 268, 189, 198, 258, 261, 276 Brackett, Palsy-63, 198, 196 Brantley, Peggy-64, 207, 206, 210, 211, 212, 240 Brewer, Linda-64 Brewer, Phyllis-64, 208, 274, 255, 250 Browder, Linda-37, 38, 41, 64, 81, 84, 86, 165, 166, 261, 265, 270 Brown, Lynn-64, 48, 272 Brown, Shirley! Broyles, Paula-64, 209 Buhlt-r, Kathy-61, 207 Bunch, Jean-64, 231 McCarter, Bennyf93, 230 231 McCleary, Ronnie-94, 256 McCullough, DickiL+94, 225, 227, 122 McGlaun, Don-91 McKnight, Craig-94 McKool, George-94, 288, 301, 318, 320, 317 McManigal, Morris-94, 197, 199, 88 McNatt, David-94 Meeks, Floyd-95 Meinhardt, Wayne-95 Metcalf, Philip-95, 207 Mhoon, Stevw95, 256, 269 Midgett, James-95, 207 Miller, Donaldi95, 189, 258, 268, 269, 263, 259 Miller, James-96 Minter, Butcllf96 Mitchell, Harry-96 Monroe, Scott-96, 207 Morris, Mike-97, 178, 306, 307, 308, 56 Morrow, Paul-97, 319, 269, 317 Moss, Larryf97 Murphy, Mike-97, 272 Myers, .lcrryf98, 231 Myers, Charlie-98, 231 Nall, Richard-98 Nelson, Richard-98, 223 Newman, Glenn-98 Newman, Paul-98, 52 Norris, Steve-98, 269 Norton, Dennis-98, 227 Norvell, Hill-291, 317 Oden, Jimmy-98, 206 Odle, Billy-98 Odom, Sam-98 Ogelsby, Richard-98, 99, 197, 198, 224 Overall, Tommy-98, 223 Pace, Wayne-100 Parker, Jerry-100 Parker, Joe-100 Parker, Roger-101, 288, 296, 298, 268 Parker, Travis-101 Panainu .1essw101 Pascal, Don-101, 269 Perkins, Johnny-102 Peters, Allen-102 Peters, Dennis-102, 222 Petty, Garth-102 Phillips, Lee-102 Piccola, Paul-103 Pickle, .1erryfl03, 309, 277 Pickett, Gary-103, 230, 231 Pierce, ,1oc+103, 231, 272 Plumlee, Gene-103 P00191 GarY'103, 268 Poreheddie, Frank-103 Ragsdale, Mike-104 Ramos, Jerry-10-1, 265 Rhodes, Stcvef105, 224, 275, 258, 269, 264, 270 Rich, Danny-105, 224, 269 Riley, Cllarles-105 Roark, Billy-105 Roberts, Mikeg105 Roberts, Ronnie-105 Robinson, Gary-106, 268 Rochell, David-106, 199 Roe, Terry-106, 268, 242 Rogers, .lerry-106 Rogers, .1oc+106 Rogers, Richard-106, 222 Rogers Joe-106 Rogers, Richardg106, 222 Roland, Billf107, 230 Rollins, Jamesf106 Roper, C. D.-106 Row, George-107, 231, 274 Russom, James-107 Ryan, Bob-107 Salter, ,1olmg107 Salvador, Phil-107 Schultz, Arthur!-108 Bunch, Phyllis-61, 250, 226 Burgett, Lintl:146-1, 228 Burke, Carolyn-38, 164, 173, 201, 203, 123 Burkham, Carol464 Burns, Panlilrlr Butt, .1anicf+66 Cady, Linds1'y466, 238 Carmack, Santha-66 Carner, Bessic+66, 254 Carpenter, Bt-v1-rlyg66, 189 Cawthon, Donna-67, 209 Cerniak, Karen-67, 209 Chandler, Danna-67, 255, 226 Cheisser, Jeri-67, 197, 198, 2.07, 210 Clark, Betty-67, 222 Cloptorl, Sharon-67, 208 Cohlmia, Barbara-42, 67, 189, 266, 270, 118, 272 Collard, .lerry'467 Scoggins, Rouni1?177, 189, 288, 296, 297, 302, 304, 251, 108 Sharawwi, Hassan-72, 108 Sharp, Bill-47, 167, 180, 189, 270, 277, 261, 108 Sharp, Curtis-225, 267, 108 Shaw, Rex-275 Sllugart, Rick-288, 189, 291, 253, 109 Simmons, Mike-197, 199, 283, 109 Smallwood, .lodyf-14 Smith, Rex-109 Smith, Kenneth-109 Smith, Walter-110 Sur-ath, Charles-222, 110 Spivey, Ronalt1i202, 272, 117, 110 Spraggirls, .lay-60, 92, 266. 270, 110 Spurgin, Steve-176, 197, 199, 206, 207, 210, 211, 248, 111 Starling, .lim-68, 269, 111 Stevens, Timf318, 317, 111 Stovall, Tim-111 Stringer, Kenneth-111 Slruve, Steve-111 1 Sullivan, Dennis-111 Talley, lt6yf224, 307, soil' 112 Tatum, Paul-112 Taylor, Bruce-307, 308, 268, 113 Teer, Alleni112 Thompson, Ed-112 Tillcrson, Garyf1l2 Tompkins, Tommy-112 Tolleson, Harris-112 Todd, John-195, 207, 225, ' 242, 263, 272, 113 Trammell, Gary-195, 269 Turner, Cllfton7296, 303, 304 Turner, Terry-206, 207, 210, 211, 212, 248 Turrentine, Tommy-201 Ursery, Michae1i114 Van Duser, Terry-114 Vnrgesko, Ronnie-114 Vice, Mike-199, 114 j Walker, Bob-269, 324, 115 11'alkt-r, David- ll5 Walker, .lames-115 Wallace, cafyfsls, 317, 113 Washburn, K1-ithi197, 199, 268, 115 Waters, Chucke115 Watkins, Mike-48,'195, 206, 210, 211, 267, 277, 274, 272, 118, 115, 270 ' Watson, Charles-199, 115 Watson, Duane-201, 258, 268, 259, 115 Wcathersby, Wi Weatllersby, William-206, 207, 210, 115 Weaver, Bob-277, 276, 115 Wllalin, Mike-225 Yvheat, Dr'nnyf291, 296, 116 Wheeler. Donald-116 Whitesell, .1ol1nf197, 199, 116 Whitlllarl, Paul-116 Wiley, Dorli117 W'illiams, David-231, 233, 117 Williztllls, Marionf272, 117 Williams, Tony-225, 274, 215, 117 Windt, 11ayf198, 196, 118 Wisdom, Patrickf Wolfe, Dennis-47, 78, 89, 225, 261, 253, 118, 122 Wright, 1ackie231, 119 Yarborough, Michael- Yeager, Everetti Zaeske, Billy-268, 119 Collier, Pam467, 266, 265, 275, 270 Cullingsworth, Pat-68, 207 263 Collins, .ludy-67, 208, 209, 263 Cook, Cynthia468, 208, 255 Cook, Sue--68 Craig, Donnai68, 226 Crain, San4lyi69 Cranford, Patrieiaf Crawford, Candus-69, 198, 196, 110 Crawford, Carolyn-69 Crawford, Linda-69 Creed, Lynda- Crossman, Kay-69, 218 Crouch, Dcbhi4?275, 215, 272, 325 Crow, Kaye-67, 218, 27-1, 275, 227, 240, 52 Crutcher, Cindyf Davis, Debbie-70, 208, 259 Wester, Jimmy-116 l 1 avis, Judy-70, 208, 259 avis, Debbif-70, 208, 275, 234- avis, Linda-70 eArmcnt, Paula-30, 70 ecker, Beverly-71 cwberry, Dinah-71 ietz, Karen-71 ixon, Brenda-72 oublin, Sharon-72 uncan, Jeanne-72 unn, Ronnyc-72 urr, Sherry-72 lliott, Dcrric-73, 264, 270 ly, Linda-72 merson, Judy-73 mswiller, Nancy-73 nyart, Cleata-73, 275 theredge, Mary Ann- 45, 73, 50, 214, 224, 261, 215, 270, 210, 50 oulkes, Charlotte-74, 100 raley, Genie-74, 224, 272 reeman, Ann-74 reeman, Sandy- amble, Mary-75, 99, 198, 206, 211, 276, 263 eldmeier, Gilda-75, 275 ifford, Yvonnt-75, 225, 241 iles, Juanita-75 Gillentine, Martha- Goode, Gladys-75 ordon, Ann-64, 75, 198, 196, 236 Gral1a1n, Barbara-76 Braves, Sharon-30, 76, 270, 263 Gray, Kathy-76 Green, Lorna-76 Green, Mary-76 Grice, Judy-76, 2-10 Grider, Linda-37, 76, 266, 270 Griffin, Ann-76, 209, 234 Griffith, Barbara-77 Grimes, Linda-77, 222 Hall, Carolyn-77, 209 Hall, Paula-77, 209 Hall, T661-73, 275 Hanssen, Grace-78, 238, 269, 262 Hargrove, Janet-78 Harkins, Mary-78 Harrison, Darla-78, 250 Harrison, Fonda-79, 50, 266, 265, 270, 240, 50 Harrod, Linda-79 Harry, Mary-30, 79, 236 Harvill, Elaine-79 Harwell, Charlent-79 Hawkins, Deanna-79, 206, 207, 210, 263 Heath, Cheri-79, 189, 200, 201, 219, 263 Higgs, Judy-79 Hinshaw, Bonnie-80, 248, 263, 262, 283 Hodges, Vickie-80 Hodkinson, Glenda-80, 238 Hoedebeek, Linda-80 Hoffman, Patricia-81, 242 JUNIOR BOYS Aurec11t, Mark Alexander, Jin1 Anderton, Dan-48, 118, 201 Arey, Gary Armstrosg, Jerry-307, 309, 317 Arthur, Johnny Barnette, Bobby Bateman, Kelly Bickle, Larry Bigham, Tommy Bonner, Brice Boulware, Joe Bowles, Charles-242 Bowen, Jesse Bridgewater, Ronnie-129 Brink, Rodney Biitt, Bobby-129 Browri, Buddy-129, 254 Brown, Rodney-129, 261 Brown, S11irrell-129 Brownrigg, Billy-129 Btinch, Larry-129 Burk, Roy Burleson, Tommy-129 Burnam, Mike-129 Burshy, Lewis-129 Calvert, Phillip-129, 207, 24-2 Campbell, Clifford-129 Campbell, Craig-129 Campbell, Mike-129 Campbell, Rex-129 Cannon, Johnny Carey, James-129, 272 Carpenter, Georg-129 Carrigun, John-129 carter, Rick-1-29, 274, 269 Cartwright, Mike-129, 269, 272 Hook, Marinell-81, 208, 236 Howe, Carol-82 Howman, Conni-82, 226 Huffman, Lani-83, 195, 272 Huffman, Sonia-83, 215. 270, 231-, 243, 123 Huggett, Brenda-38, 40, 83, 16-1, 172, 189, 201, 202, 282, 122 Hughes, Anita-84 Hughes, Donna-84 Hughes, Linda-84 Hunt, Patsy-8-L Huston, Carol-30, 84-, 238 Hutson, Jackiv-84, 265, 270, 27 lngram, Andra-81, 85, 226, 263, 118 Jackson, Ann-85, 225, 275 Jackson, Arlis-85 Jackson, Sheila-43, 85, 206, 258, 24-8, 263 Jackson, Shirley-85 James, Joan-86, 219-' 234 James, Jody-86, 193- 275, 196, 236 James, Susan-86 Jolie, Linda-86, 206, 274, 272 Jol1nson, Linda-86 Johnston, Mary Ann- Jones, Rita Jane-87 Jones, Rita Mae-87 Jones, Ruby-87 7 Jordon, Katherinr-87, 226- 263, 229 Keith, hfarcia-87, 214, 215 Kelly, Patricia-88, 225, 275 Kemp, Carolyn-88 Kemp, Inez-88 Key, Karen- Kidd, Suzanne-83 83, 190, 201, 219, 224, 277 King, Gayle-'30, 73. 88 King, Pat-88, 275, 24-0 Kirk, Glenda-88 Kirk, Linda-30, 89, 206, 210 Kirkham, Patricia-89 Knight, Janie-89 Kolb, Karen-89 Kopezynski, JoClaire-48, 89, 219, 242, 272 Lance, Betty-167, 189, 89- 264, 261, 260, 270, 271 Land, Nancy-89 Lanier, Jackie-210, 211, 206. 90 Lannom, Karolyn-90 Lavett, Charlotte- Lawrence, Sue-90 Lawson, Janice-90, 208, 209, 263 Lawson, Vikki-90, 208, 209, 265, 270 Laye, Annetta-90 Laye, Marnetta-90 Lee, Conni-90, 250, 321 Legg, Becky-90 Lindley, Marilyn Lipps, Gloria-90 Lofton, Pat-90 Clark, Evan Collingsworth, 1.0well-130- 2-12, 269 Commons, Mike-130, 198, 196, 259 Conner, Dave-130, 2-1-2 Cooper, Jo-130, 183, 274, 229 Cooper, Rex-130, 270 Cox, Lonni-130 Crabtree, Gary-130 Crawford, Richard-130, 196 Daniel, Jackie-120, 139 Davidson, Larry-130 Davis, Carl-130, 198 Davis, Randy-130, 197, 198 Day, Jack de Larios, Bobby-130, 185, 253, 228 Dcmetri, Kent-130 Dandy, Len-196, 259 Donaldson, Tom-207, 211 Duggan, Mike-320, 317 Duke, Robert-197 Duncan, Jin11ny- Duncan, Jim- Dunning, Lesley- Dykes, Gary-228 Dykes, Jimmy- Enstwood, Ray- Echols, Marty- Echols, Wayn-48, '272 Ehncy, Allen- Elder, Chesley Englebretson, Ernest- Enlow, Kenny- Eubanks, Forrest-132, 198, 196, 269 Evans, Ronnie-132 Loney, Donna-89, 91 Lott, Tina-91 Luna, Linda-219 Maggart, Gayle-92 Carolyn-30, 92 Martin, Martin, Martin, Charlott c-92 Gayla-92, 214- Linrla-98, 269 Masters, Diane-93, 222 Matlock, Sherry-98, 206, 207, 210, 211, 212 May, Sharon-93, 208 Mayabb, Gloria-50, 93, 266 270, 50 McAllister, Kathy MeClung, Carolyn-94, 209 MeCowen, Sharon-94 McCullough, Billie- ftlcGee, Edna-238, 229, 2-16 MeGuffey, Rita-94, 227, 226 Martin, McGuire, Linda-94 McKinney, Anna-94 McMurray, Lea-94, 208, 209, 255 McPhail, Danene-94, 247 McSwain, Vickie-94 Meade, Peggy-95 Miller, Nancy-96 Miller, Sophie-96 Mitchell, Rose Ann-96, 30, 234 Mooneyhan, Sherry-96 Moore, Christine-96 Moore, Paula-97 Morgan, Kaye-97, 208, 226 Morris, Judy-97, 207, 210, 211 Mothershed, Gayla-97 ltfoultnn, llfarsha-97, 236 Murphy, Leanne-97 Murray, Judy-98, 207, 275 Myers, Sandy-98 Nedbalek, Gloria-98, 223 Neugin, Janell-98 Nickens, Karen-38, 98, 164 177, 189, 201, 220, 236, 234, 109 Norling, Sandra-'98, 248 Leona-98 Ogle, Nancy-98, 215, 227 Ogzelsby, Linda-38, Nowlin, 164, 174, 200, 277, 276 O lctree Janice 98, 201, 220, fl - Orman, Barbara-98, 206, 243 Owens, Brenda-100, 210 Oxford, Judy-100, 236 Parker, Ann-100, 220 Parker, Janic- Parker, Karen-100, 227 Patrick, Charla-101 Patrick, Patricia-100, 277 Pattison, Nancy-101, 209, 274, 255 Patton, Pat-61, 101 Patton, Tamera-101, 250, 32-1- Pazick, Elizabeth-101, 207 Pearce, Kathy-46, 78. 101, 195, 215, 248, 263, 259, 262 01 Peck, Dianne-1 Pelton, Judy--101 Tommy-132 Charles-132 Fitzgerald, Bob-132 Folstatlt, Bob-132 Ford, Coy-112 Ford, Jol1nny-132 Ford, Ronnie-132 Foster, Jack-132 Frost, Loren-132 Fields, Fisher, Frye, Ji ni my- Charles- Gardner, Keith-132, 195, Fulton- 201 Garrison, Kerry-132, 126, 320, 317 A Gaskey, Jim-132 Gentry, Danny-132, 222 Gibbons, Lloyd-132, 201 Goethals, Ronny-133, 201 Gore, Michael- Gooch, John- Goswick, Garry-133, 272 Goswick, Larry-45, 132 Gouge, LeRoy-133, 198, 196 Gough, Dennis- Green, David-290, 133, 296 317 Guidry, Randy- Guntet, Charles- Hamilton, Ricky Hammerle, Pete-133 Hampton, Phil-133, 307, 309, 3 19 Hancock, Mik-133 Hansen, Mil:-133 Hansson, John-133 Harp, Chester-133 Harris, Doug-133 Hayes, David-133 Helton, Kynne-134 Penny, Lynn-101, 228 Peters, Andrea-102 Phillips, Cheryl-102 Phillips, Linda-102 Pickerill, Teresa Pierce, Patsy-103, 208, 250, 194 Pitts, Ingrid-103, 208, 25-1- Pointer, Paula-103, 208, 236 Ponder, Judy-103, 266, 270, 282 Poovey, Madalyne-103 Pope, Rebecca-103, 250 Porter, Karen-104 Presley, Jann-104, 238 Pruitt, Becky-104, 189, 220 Pr11itt, Judy-63, 77, 104, 206, 211, 220 Purcell, Judy-104 Purdy, Jan-104, 197, 198, 199, 275 Pyles, Loretta-104 Quillin, Linda-49, 51, 99, 175, 198, 261, 196, 118 Ramph, Dianne-10-1 Rawlings, Weerla-105, 254 Rcner, Nancy-226 Ritchie, Pam-105, 265, 270 Roberts, Paula-48, 105, 272 Roberts, Vickie-105 Robinson, Karen-105, 209 Rominger, Diane- Rosson, JoAnn-107, 275 Russell, Charlene-107 Sallee, Dorotha- Sampson, Jean-107 Sanders, Sandy-107 Sawyer, Bobbie-108 Saxton, Carol-227, 108 Self, Linda-108 Sellers, Sally-220, 275, 240, 272. 108 Shelton, Ellen-234, 272, 108 Shewmake, Connie-108 Shields, Barbara- Shipley, Mary Lou-275, 262, 53, 108 Simmons, Mary--1-6, 223 Simmons, Sandy-275, 109 Sims, Sue-226, 109 Smith, Joyce- Smith, Pat- Smith, Sharon-208, 109 Smith, Sherri-254, 272, 109 Smith, Wanda-110 Soliz, Essie-110 Sorrclls, Jennir-110 Spears, Sharon-110 Spicer, Shirley-110 Sprowls, Jerilyn-110 Starr, Jan-38, 164, 179, 111 Steelman, Charlotte- Stcwart, Patricia-111 Stockett, Donna- Stone, Vicki-38, 43, 45, 164, 167, 170, 201, 202, 263, 111 Strawn, Vernia-208, 111 Strieklin, Ellen-180, 189, 258, 261, 260, 248, 263, 111, 56 Swoveland, Sharon-111 Henard, Mickey- Henson, Roger-134, 307, 309, 310, 312 Hesselberg, Johnny-134-1 206, 211 Hill, Bill- Hill, Dean-114, 223 Hulbert. Tommy-134 Holloway, Jimmy-134 Howington, Mike-134, 255 Huffman, Jimmy- 'Hufsted1cr, Gary-131 Hume, Otis- Jacobs, David Jacobs, Don-134-, 168, 290, 298, 305, 307, 309, 313, 314, 126, 323, 321 Jacobs, Ronnie-134 LeFore, Lynn-307, 309, Jerina, Frank- Johnson, Randy-134, 272 Jones, Kenneth-134 Jones, Sammy-134 Kemp, Jimmy Kile, James- Kinser, Gary- Kinsley, John Kirhy, B61-by-197, 198, 269, 259 Knight, Sammy- Koclsch, A. C.- Langford, Eddie- Lawler, Mik-227 LeFlore, Lynn-307, 309, 317 Legg, Harold- Lemmons, Harry- Lloyd, John-197, 199, 269, 259 Sznajder, Carol-111 Talkington, Gail-272, 111 Tapp, Betty-112 Tauzin, Sherri-189, 190, 221, 113 Taylor, Linda-113 Taylor, lilvslva-207, 210, 211 212, 113 Taylor, Pat Terry, Sandra-30, 210, 2611. 112 Thompson, Linda-112 Tillett, Gwen-112 Tipton, Nancy-221, 269, 112 Tnggle, Connie-255 Turner, Ge11eva- Urhan, Sherry-221, 111 Vaughn, Cindyc-114 Vernon, Nanvy-166, 189. 200, 201, 258, 263, 111 Vihroek, Sandra-139, 190, 191, 201, 215, 114- Wagner, Marilyz-114 Walden, Jud,---118, 59, 49. 81, 181, 105, 265, 266. 261, 270, 271, 263, 111 122, 123, 56, 241 Walker, Wenda-227, 115 Wallace, Annc-208, 209. 113 W'allaee, Nancy-115 Ward, Donna-115 W'are, Linda-227, 283, 115 Webb, Susan-190, 221, 116 Weld, Belinda-116 Wlells, Barbara-197, 199. 116 Wesberry, Judy-250, 116 West, Jean-116 Wheatley, Joan-255, 116 W1ilcoxson, BoPeep-117 Wilemon, Sandi'-12, 82, 182, 203, 117' Waking, Linda-275, 229. 117 YVilks, Patsy-117 Willianis, Barbara-275 Williams, Betty-222, 223. 117 1Vi1liams, llilda-251, 275, 250, 117 Williams, Janet-117 Wlilson, JoAnn-118 Wise, Sheri-225, 27-1, 231. 118 Xvolfe, Darlene-178, 189. 201, 221, 286. 234, 118 Wood, Diane-30, 221 Wood. Winifred-176, 198. 206, 210, 211, 196, 229, 118 Wooldriclge, Andrea-208, 118 Wright, Frances-118 Wright, Norma-119 Wright, Toni-208, 119 Yates, Wanda-207, 119 Yeager, Donna-221, 221, 275, 269, 23-l-, 119 Yeager, Kay-38, 16-1, 189. 263, 119 Youngman, Dianne-30, 208, 209, 194, 119 Zeigler, Debbie- Locke, Don- Lockhm, Gary-30, 254, 215 317 Lord, Braxton'--291. 190. 228, 321 Lowry, Pat- Lowry, Randy--272 Lyles, Gregg-136 Mackey, Robert-156. .269 Magee, Fred-48, 239 Mahan, Thomas Malone, Dwain Marrs, Floyd Martin, Roger-136 Mathews, Eugene Mathews, Kr-rin--111--15-11 ftlathews, Shelly--136 Mathis, Ronnie-136 Matlock, Robert-136 May, Jaekir-136, 139 Maynard, George-136 Mayrell, Alan-137 M1'Ca1lu111, Gary-136 McCormack, lioln-ri-11111 MrCrum, Kerry-136, 212 McCullough. Nlitlxtcl- X1CGee, David-136 McLaughlin, Fat-18, 138. 168, 181, 189, 201, 270. 274-, 276, 269, 272 McLelland, Thomas-136. 231 Mais, Charles- Mitchell, Steve-291, 137 206, 207, 259 Mohley, James- Montgomery, Claude-137 Nlontgoniery, David-137 Moore, Owen-198, 196 Morris, David- Moulden, Billy-137, 139, 227, 272 Mozley, Mike-137, 317 Murray, Mike- Nall, Donald-137, 272 Neal, Richard-137, 230, 232 Nelson, Bill- Neveling, Donnie- New, Evan-137 Newman, Gary-137 Nolan, Freddie-48, 137, 138, 319, 317 Norfleet, Rockford- 0'Brien, Michael-138, 229 Oglctree, Billy-138 Omi, Phillip-138 O'Rear, Danny-133 Parker, Ronnie- Parks, Keith-138 Partride, Mike-138 Patrick, Weldon-197, 272 Patterson, Bill-138, 207 Patterson, Kenneth-138 Paul, Terry-138 Paulos, Kermit-133, 197, 199, 259 Peck, David-138, 269, 259 JUNIOR GIRLS Adams, Sharon Airhart, Judy Akin, Barbara-273, 227 Allen, Charlinv:-261, 260, 236, 251, 272, 259 Anderson, Nelda-273, 215, 236, 226, 237 Anthony, Mary Ashwood, Linda Alkinson, Suzanne-218 Ayers, Nancy Baggett, Charcli-196 Baker, Carol-209 Ball, Danctta Barber, Judy Barkworth, Anne-218, 215, 228 Barnard, Gaye Barnes, Nancy-198, 196, 242, 269, 243 Barnett, Darlene Barron, Rozann-272 Benner, Nancy Benningfield, Cathy Bewley, Elizabeth Blake, Carolyn Blakeway, Cindy-45, 49, 120, 168, 183, 201, 203, 299, 223, 126, 251 Boatwright, Joy Bolton, Sherry Boyd, Freddie-218 Branch, Regina-254 -Branum, Beverly-129, 248 Brech, JoAnn-129 Brewer, Suzi-tte-129, 237 Brooks, Kriss-129, 190, 201, 218, 27'7 Brown, Deann-129 Bunch, Patricia-129 Burke, Kathy-49, 129, 190, 201, 203, 205 Campbell, Ginger-129, 222 Campbell, Linda-129 Campbell, Sandra-129, 248, 237 Ca-raway, Lana-30, 129 Case, Marilynn- Casteel, Charlotte-129, 247, 246 Cates, Sandy Cheatham, Linda Christina, Sue-129, 208 Cobble, Mary-129, 273, 272, 237 Coekrell, Kay-129 Coldwell, Janet-130, 218, 226, 272 Coleman, Judy-130, 274, 215 Corley, Carolyn-130, 206, 218, 236, 237 Crawford, Paula--130, 222, 223 Creed, Virginia Crumpton, Ruth-130 SOPHOMORE BOYS Adams, Benny-148, 199, 254, 196 Akin, Larry-148 Alamo, Gary-148 Alderman, Lee-148, 273 Aldridge, Richard-148 Alexander, Lester-148, 232 Allen, Jatncs- Althony, Rupert-148 Arnold, Jack-148 Arrington, Dale-148 Baker, James-149 Bechtel, Bill-149, 199, 196 Beck, David-149 Bennett, Bruce-149 Bennett, Kenneth-149, 232 Pfcifer, Miki:-139 Pike, Jerald- Pippin, Gary-139 Poetschke, John- Poole, Walton-139 Poore, Roger-139, 269, 272 Poteet, Dickie-139, 269 Potts, Meredith-139, 190, 227, 126 Prock, Billy- Pruett, James- Pugh, Donald-139 Pugh, Don-139 Pyles, Floyd-139 Ragsdale, Ronnie- Rains, Lanny-222 Rankin, Mike-288, 139 Regcnold, Jim-140 Rt-pp, David-140 Roberts, Jack-140, 190, 201, 317 Ruminger, Richard-248 Roth, Richard-206 Rowden, Stan-140 Rowell, Jerry-318, 317 Rowell, Norman-140 Rudolph, Paul-140 Salisbury, Jimmy-140 Dager, Rebecca--130, 218, 227, 228 Dale, Linda-130, 208, 255 Damon, Peggy-130 Davie, Diane-130, 168 200, 201, 269, 277, 223, 273, 276 Davis, Connie-130 Day, Patricia Dean, Linda-130 DeJong, Patricia Diaz, Mary-199, 196 Dickson, Sandra Diebold, Frances-218, 240, 226, 223 Digiglio, Linda-270 Dismore, Darlene Dixon, Dorothy Drown, Kelly-236 Drum, Sandy-184, 203, 277 Edwards, Harriet-208, 240 Eldridge, Jan-273 Ethel, Cathy-226, 272 Evins, Sandy-132 Fain, Sharon-132, 218 Field, Sharon-132, 213 Field, Theda-112 Fishpnw, Kathy-132 Ford, Pamela-132, 244 Foster, Pamela- Fowler, Angela-132 Fuller, Su-112 Fykes, Marilyn-30, 132 Garret, Charlene Carriage, Ruby- Gear, Pat-132, 209 George, Gwen-132 Gill, Brenda Glass, Jan Gomez, Gloria-132 Goodman, Kathleen-132, 209, 242 Graham, Saundra-133 Griffin, Patsy-133, 222 Grissom, Susan-133 Gundy, Theresa-133, 210, 242, 243 Gunn, Virginia-133, 198,196 Halbert, Hazel-133 Haley, Mary-133 Halpin, Dain:-133, 206, 227, 237 Hardemun, Judy-133 Harper, Jeanie-133, 222 Harrah, Barbara- Harrison, Joyce-133, 259 Harve1l,' Shirley-133 Hatchel, Patricia-133, 201, 219. 228 Hatley, Martha-133 Hawthorne, Sue-133 Heincn, Ann-134, 219, 274 Hemphill, Jerc-134 Hill, Shirley-134, 227, 229 Holbert, Carol-134 Holland, Linda-134 Holt, Gayle-134, 209, 236 Black, Doyle-149 Blankenship, Bill-149 Blain, Mike-149 Blankenship, Keith-149 Blass, Danny-149 Bohannon, Ronnie-149 Boone, James- Bourek, Bill-149 Bowling, James- aoyd, Phillip-149, 228, 277 Bradley, John- Bragg, Johnnie-149, 207, 277, 273 Branch, Larry-149 Brasher, Robert- Brewer, James-149 Brooks, Steve-149 Schmidt, Gary-140 Schmidt, William- Schultz, David Scott, David-141 Seabourn, Johnny-206, 210 Sherrill, Arlan-141, 197, 199 Shugart, Bob-141 Shults, Bob-141, 207 Sibley, Tommy-141, 307, 309, 314, 315 Smith, Harmon- Smith, James-141, 233 Sparks, Richard-142, 290 Stafford, Allan-142, 197, 199 St. Aubin, Duke-140 Stevens, Roy- Stevenson, Chuck-142 Sullivan, Dennis Talley, Ernest-142 Tapp, John-142, 226 Tawney, Charles-272 Tccr, Whit-142, 272 Terry, Bobby--142 Tidwell, Jo-142 Thaxton, Glenn-142, 45 Theis, C. A.-142, 190 Howard, La Donna-134 Howell, Sherry--134, 208, 236, 228 Hughes, Margaret-134 Hutson, Judy-134 Ivie, Sharon-134 Jackson, Charlotte-34, 219, 272 Jacobs, Ann-134, 272 James, Toni-134, 272 James, Toni-134, 195, 283 Johnson, Fonda-134 Jonas, Cynthia-134 Jones, Laura-134, 227, 272 Jones, Sandra-209 Jordon, Sylvia-134 KaPP, Mary Jo-219, 274 Kegans, Jeanette- Key, Vicki- Killgo, Brenda- King, Donna-198, 196, 248 Kinsell, Sandra- Kirkpatrixtk, Toni-219, 226 Koenig, Su- Hayes, Connie- Heddin, Donna-133, 234 Hcifner, Greta-30, 133, 242, 243 Lambert, Olga-255 Lang, Delores-222 Lanham, Carol-275, 226 Lannom, Marilou-270, 228 Lavett, Mary Leathers, Joyce-272 Lee, Johnnie Lierman, Cleta Lodcn, Kay-30, 226 Lopez, Mary-198, 196 Marshall, Sharon-136 Martin, Linda-136, 208, 228 Martinez, Victoria- Matlock, Penny-136, 209 McCarter, Maribeth-136 McCalister, Fay-136 McCluskey, Elaine-136 McCroan, Wilette-136, 219, 269, 240, 272 McElvany, Linda-136, 226, 228 Melilyea, Vickie-136 McGee, Linda-136 Medina, RoseMary-137, 273 Meeks, Nancy-137 Merideth, Ann-137, 195, 255, 229 Miller, Joyct.-137, 195, 255, 229 Miller, Joyce-137, 219, 269, 228 Miller, Patty-137, 209 Mitchell, Darla-137, 209, 196, 269. 229 Morgan, Joneta--137 Morgan, Virginia-137 Morris, Anita-137 Morris, Sharon-137 Morrison, Lana-137, 255, 227 Bryan, Jimmy-149 Buncy, Roy-149 Burk, Roy-149 Burt, Gary-149 Caldwell, Jcrry-149, 273 Cannon, Johnny-149 Casteel, Steve-149 Cerniak, John-149 Cllilds, Leslie-149 Clark, Billy-149 C,lark, Michael-149 Clark, William- Clayton, George-150, 189, 195, 211, 146, 251, 243 324 Cobb, David- Cole, Larry- Cole, Ronnie-150 Thomas, Duncan-142, 197, 198, 269, 248, 259 Thompson, Wayne-142 Thompson, Larry-242 Thompson, Ronald-229 Thompson, Wayne-142 Trimble, James-143 Tullos, Richard-143, 197, 198, 269 Turner, Harliss- Tussy, Rusty-143 Tullos, Richard-143, 197, 198, 269 Turner, Harliss- Tussy, Rusty-143 Tyser, Ronnie-143 Vance, Larry-143 Vaughn, Jimmy-143 Vaughn, King-143, 222 Veal, Roy-46, 143, 223 Vclla, Joe- Vessed, Charles-198, 196 Voight, Peter-143, 255, 212 Walker, Arthur-143 Walker, Jimmy-143 Wallin, Phillip-143 Moss, Sherry-137 Myers, l.ee Nan-137 Nall. Nancy-137 Napier, Carol-137, 208, 272 Neal, Kathy-137 Nichols, Bobbi-137 Novak, Linda-42, 137, 220, 227, 229 Ogletree, Janice-138 Owings, Rosalyn-138, 209 Pace, Gail-138, 226 Paul, Dulu-138, 220, 227, 234 Paync, Linda-138, 248 Perriman, Marilane-138, 210, 220, 227 Peters, Dee-138 Peterson, Mary 'Ann-138 Plate, Tina-139, 259 Pointer, Pattie-139, 207 Poorc, Judy- Poulin, Sandy-139 Powell, India-139 Powell, Ronda-139, 215,226 Purdy, Gay-220, 139, 227 Radcliff, Darla Raines, Glenda Regan, Mary-234 Reynolds, Nancy-140, 227, 247, 244 Rice, Joyc-120, 222 Richardson, Rita-120, 272 Riley, Janet Riley, Jaylyn-140, 227 Rilcy, Maylyn-140, 227 Robinson, Mary-140, 210, 211, 197, 198, 206, 269, 240, 248, 213 Rockett, Jolintla-140, 206 Rominger, Victoria-140, 248, 247, 244 Ross, Chaunita-140, 208, 248 Round, Dianne-140, 198, 196, 269 Ryan, Gail-140, 197, 199, 196 Sallee, Vesta Samuel, Sylvia-140, 214, 215 Sanders, Sherry-140 Saruas, Francin-140 Seibel, Beverly-141 Sharp, Patsy-220, 230, 231, 232, 233 Sherron, Jennifer-141, 245 Shelton-Debbie-141, 190, 220, 227, 126 Shew, Linda-141, 215, 229 Sheiltls, Barbara-141 Shipman, Linda-141 Shugart, Diane-141 Simmons, Kay-141 Sirles, Donna-141, 237 Smith, Cindy-141 Smith, Karen-141, 135, 227, 253, 228 Smith, Isabel--141 Coleman, Curtis-150 Collins, Gerry-150 cook, David-150, 198, 196, 242 Cook, Jerry-150 Cooper, Larry- Cooper, Rickie-150 Cottongame, Charles- Cowan, William-150 Crawford, Danny-150 Crim, Mike-232 Curtis, Ben-150, 254, 248, 324 Davis, Franki-150 Davis, ,Franklin-150 Davis, Ronnie-150 Davis, Tommy- Day, Johnny-150 Waldrom, William-143 Warren, Charley-143 Warrick, Eddie-143, 197, 199 Waslibtirti, Lee-143, 197, 199, 259 Watkins, Gary-143 Watson, Lawrence-143 Welch, Jimmy-143 Wellner, Ronny- Wells, David-143 Wheat, Richard-144, 291 Wiggs, Bruce-144, 230 Wiginton, James Williams, Bill-124, 223 , Williams, Mark-143, 222 1 Williams, Owen- Williamson, Malcolm Willis, Mike- Wilson, James-232 Wood, Paul-144 Woodriff, John- Wright, Billy- Wright, Gary-144 Wright, John- Y'Barbo, Thomas-145 Yeatts, Bobb-145, 254, 255 Smith, Linda-141, 221, 269, 240, 228 Snyder, Phyllis-141, 255, 248 Sorenson, Adriana-141 Sparling, Jane-142, 236, 243 Spawn, Linda-142 Spicer, Patsy-142 Spence, Gloria-142 Springfield, Linda-142 Stanley, Becky-142 Stone, Laura-142 1 Stubbs, Beverly-142, 209 Styen Conni-142 Taekctt, Cynthia-142, 246 Tallcnt, Cindy-142 Tarpley, Bobbie-142, 221, 229 Tate, Hilda-142, 208, 240, '236, 226, 247, 244 Taylor, Patricia-142, 226 222 Thomas, Jo Nell-142, 237 Thompson, Glynda-142, 222 Tipton, Bonnie-142, 242 Tomlinson, Jan- '1'horne,' Linda-142, 226 Trousdale, Gail-49, 143, 189, 190, 203 Turner, Judy-143 1 Vaughn, Rita-143, 195, 272 Vice, Evelyn-143, 227, 272 i Walker, Glenda-143 Warren, Dec-143 Washburn, Carolyn-143, 197, 199 Watkins, Glenda-143 Watkins, Yvonne-143 Webb, Sharon Wheeler, Kay-143, 195, 206, 240, 228 W'hitc, Edith-143 Wilburn, Judy-144, 274, 215 Willard, Lydia-144 Willig, Elaine-144, 201, 195, 221, 277, 276, 269, 240, 248 Winsett, Linda Wood, Ann-144, 247, 237 Wood, Joyct-144, 226 Wortham, Sherry-144 Wright, Sharon-144 Wrighi, Vicki-46, 144, 223 Wyrick, Linda-144, 244 Yaeger, Theresa-145 Yarber, Marianne-145, 215, 234 Yarbrough, Beverly-145, 227 Yeager, Linda-145 Youmans, Carolyn-145, 269, 226 Young, Beverly-145, 226 Young, Brenda-145, 226 Young, Phyllis--145, 227 Deany, Jim-150 Decker, Jerry- DennCYy Jim- Denney, Roland-150, 197, 199, 206, 211 Dennis, Benny-150, 232 Dennis, Willard- Denton, William- Dicus, Chuck-150, 169, 187, 277 A Drawhorn, Joe- Dumcup, Jim- Dunlap, Jim-151, 197, 199 Duyck, Larry-151 Easley, Craig-151, 273 Edwards, Bill-151, 199, 248 Edwards, Mik-151 Evans, Ray-151 verett, James-151 vins, Bruce-151 aucett, Dean-151, 273 eagin, Glyndle-151, 197, 198 elder, Marc-151, 169 erris, Mike-151 ishcr, Rodger-151 lower, Ken-151 ong, Ronald-151, 2-18 oster, Charles- owler, Gary-151 rederick, Billy- ammon, Ronnie-151 aylor, Gary-151 ifford, Gregory-152 illbreath, James-152 illispic, Jerry-152 oodman, Lee-152 oranson, Bruce-152, 254. 248, 32-1- Grassman, Gary-152 Gregory, Kenneth-152 Griffin, Ray- Griffity, Robert- Grimes, David-152 Grimland, Dan-152, 197 Halpin, Jerry-152, 321 Hammack, Pal-152, 199 Hampton, Gary-152 Harper, Eddie-152 Harrelson, Bennie- Harris, Dewayne-242 Harrod, Lloyd-152, 232 Harry, Jackie-152, 290, 291 Hatcher, Arthur-152 Halley, David- Hawkins. Johnny- Head, David-152 Heady, Mont- Hedrick, Jimmy-152 Helton, James- Henderson, Wayne- Hendrix, Bill-152, 198, 243 Hennig, Jesse-233 Hesselberg, Robert-152 Hickman, Steven-152 Higgs, Robert-152, 206 Hightower, Rickey-152 Holland, Larry- Hollenshcad, Holly-152 Holloway, Weltlon-153 ,SOPHOMORE GIRLS 'Abney, Randy-148 Adams, Patsy-148 Alexander, Judy-148, 211 Allen, Sherry-148 Ames, Cheryll-148 Amis, Marsha-148, 244 Amis, Patricia-148, 250 Anderson, Clmrlsa-148 Andrews, Becky-1-18 Appclbee, Georganna-1-18, 244 Arnold, Wanda-148, 204 Askue, Pat-148, 254, 215 Averre, Betty-148, 234 Bagby, Linda-148 Bain, Melanie-148, 169, 206, 229 Baker, Susie-148, 229 Bane, Chrystal-148 Barker, Linda-148, 236 Barnett, Betty-148, 244 Bell, Linda-143, 244 Bell, Melani-148, 195, 258, 250, 273 Bennett, Becky-148, 199, 206 Biver, Josephine-148, 242, 246 Bland, Bobbie-148, 273 Blount, Nancy-148 Bolton, Donna-148, 236 Boyer, Margaret-148, 208 Brackeen, Carolyn-148, 198, 196 Brackett, Glenda-148 Brattom, Sharon-148, 23-1 Brooks, Giwaldinv-148 Brownlee, Judi-149, 195 Brunson, Lorretta-149 Bryant, Brenda-38, 149, 186, 204, 277 Buhler, JoAnn-149 Burnaman, Patsy-149 Burns, Linda-149 Burrow, Brenda-149 Callahan, Barbara-149 Camp, Sherry-1-19, 273, 247 Cannon, Janis-149, 211, 273 Carter, Candy-149, 273. 244 Carter, Paulette-236 Cartwright, Beverly-149, 273 Cash, Gay-149 Castle, Jane-149, 198, 196 Chandler, Susan-149, 245 Childers, Debbie-149 Childress, Carolyn--149 Chitwood, Linda-149 Clanton, Joan-149, 215, 255 Clark, Tnm-1-19 Honkins, Larry-153 Hooks, Jess-153 Hooper, Rickey- Hopkins, Don-153 Horton, Terry-153, 232 Howell, Bill-153, 243 Huddleston, Robert-153, 317 Hughes, Tommy-153, 198 Huston, Dennis-153, 324 Hutchinson, Don-153 Jacobson, Tom-153, 211 Jennings, Steve- Johnson, Larry-153 Johnson, Raymond-153 Jones, Alvin-153 Jones, Don-153, 242 Jones, Jimmy-153 Jones, Larry- Jordau, Bobby-153 Jung, Larry-211 Killion, Bruce-154, 273 Kinnibrugh, Clyde Kinnick, .lo- Kirkpatrick, Jeff-154, 213 Knight, James-154 LeFlore, Kenneth-154 Lemmond, Jackcy-154 Leonard, Willie- Lcwis, 'Earl-154 Lewis, Evan-154 Lewis, Robert-154 Lewis, Ronnie-154, 243 Lilley, Gerald-154 Lintlenburg, Chris-154, 195, 211 Lipseomp, Gary-15-1, 189 Lucio, Jo- MacAdams, Danny-154 Mahoney, Ewell- Malonc, Douglas-154 Maret, Bob-154, 248 Marks, Clifford- Marrs, Clarence- Martin, Hanford-154 Martins, Ronald- Maschewskie, Don-154 Mathews, Micheal-248 Matthews, Dennis-155 May, Troy-155 Mayabh, Samm-155 May-rell, Stev-155 Clayton, Teresa-49, 150, 204, 1-16, 251 Coleman, Marsha-150, 236 Collingsworth, Kay-150 Cook, Sara-150, 229- Cooper, Deborah-30, 150, 206, 234 Costanza, Melissa-150 Culpepper, Brenda-150, 244- Culver, Linda-150, 24-1 Darling, Jennifer-150, 250 Davis, Jackie-215 Davis, Jani'-150, 209, 236 Davis, Linda-150, 243, 241 Davis, Patty-150, 247 Davis, Sharon-150 Day, Donna-150, 237 Denny, Debbi-150, 188. 257, 244 Dcrry, Cheryl-150, 208 Dewey, Sandra-150, 228, 2-1-1- Dickerson, Janice-150, 211 Dickey, Cindy-229 Dickey, Linda-150 Dillard, Sandra-150 Dingentahal, Diane-150, 250, 234 Drane, Sherrie-151 Duckworth, Denise-151, 273 Duckworth, Linda- 151 Duncan, Nancy- Duncan, JOBeth-151 Dybvig, Barbara-151, 241 Edwards, Catherine-151, 211 Eldridge, Jill-151 Estes, Audry-151 Ewing, Becky-151 Fagala, Brenda-151, 273, 250, 245 Fain, Beverly-244 Faulkner, Diane-151 Field, Susan-151 Fleeup, Susan-151 Folsom, Vicki-151, 244 Folstadt, Maroba-151, 229, 244 Ford, Marcele-151 Freeman, Cherry-151 Frey, Sandra-151, 244 Funderburgh, Janet-151 Garrett, MaryAnn-151, 211 Garrison, Dora-151 George, Betty-151, 246 Giffen, Barbara-151 Gill, Shirley-151 Glass, Karen-152, 246 Gleiscr, Barbara-152, 236 Goodman, Sandra-152, 228, 246 Mays, Mike-155 . N1cClung:, Ronald-155 McDowell, Doug-155, 211 McGibboney, Arthur-155 McGee, Eddie-155 McLeod, Rick- McSwain, Kenny-155 Medlin, Rusty-155 Meis, David-156 Melton, Jim-156 Merrill, Pat-156, 2-1-3 Michell, James-156 Minter, Randy-156 Moody, Walter- Morris, Bobby-156 Morrison, Gary-156 Moses, Dennis- Moyer, Ronald- Mulkey, Mike-156, 248 Murray, Richard-156 Miswcnder, Larry-156 Nichols, Robert- Nichols, Ken-156, 232 Nolan, Joe-156, 209, 248 Owings, James- Parker, Charles-157 Parker, Tommy-157, 243 Parr, Mike-157, 199 Parrent, Leslie- Partin, Robert-157 Partridge, James-157 Patton, Robert-157 Penn, Horace-157 Peoples, Larry-157, 198 Perkins, Charles- Pickle, Doug-157, 197, 198, 273' Pierce, Jim-157 PiDpin, James-157 Pointer, Mik-157 Poole, Don-157, 197, 199, 243 Poole, Tim-157 Porter, Charles-157 Quisenberry, Robert-157, 248 Ragsdale, Paul- Raines, Johnny-157, 230, 232, 233 Raines, Wnlter- Rced, Marty-158, 32-I Renfro, Danny- Goswick, Margaret-152, 258, 273, 324 Gray, Sandra-152 Gricc, Linda-152, 273, 24-5 Hagin, Renay-208 Ham, Phyllis-152 Hammersmith, Phyllis-152, 272 Hnrvdwick, Susan-152, 206, 207, 24-6 Hare, Tommie-152, 198, 196, 242 Hargrove, Jeanette-152, 245 Harris, Carolyn-209, 236 Harris, Martha-152, 273 Hawthorne, Judy-152, 237, 245 Haynes, Susie-152, 245 Hcnager, Dianne-152 Hennig, Barbara-152, 229 Hensley, Celia-30, 152, 248 Hines, Donna-152, 248, 245 Hines, Linda- Hodges, Phyllis-49, 152, 146 Holland, Carol-152, 211 Holland, Diane-152 Holloway, Sharlotte-153, 324- Holt, Barbara-153 Howard, Novelyri-153 Howell, Brenda-153, 242, 246 Hubert, Marty-153, 146 Huggins, Cindy-153 Humphries, Linda-153, 236, 247, 244, 324 Hutchinson, Brenda-153 Inman, Mona-153 Ivy, Jeanne-153 Jackson, Fan-153 Jackson, Nora-153, 198, 196 James, Lamanda-153 James, Sherria-153 Jones, Cheryl-153, 245 Jones, Gail-324 Jordon, Kathy-153, 211 Jung, Becky-153, 207 Kattcs, Evelyn-153, 250, 237, 246 Keeley, Cynthia-273, 250 Kelly, Sharyn- Kester, Eleanor-153, 211 Key, Cheryl-153 Key, Rebecca-154, 248 Kimbrell, Becky-153 Kirby, Carol-154, 208 Kohler, Sue-154, 208, 237 LaBarba, Vicki-154 Lamb, Cindy-154 Land, Patricia-211, 229 Lange, Cindy-154, 324 Reynol ds, Johnny-158 Rhea, James- Rlieades. Billy- Riker, Ritter, Robiso Bob-158, 197 Tommy- n, Clifford-158 Rowdcn, Dennis-158, 230, 232 Russell Ruther - Jimmy-158, 269 ford, Ricky-158, 324 Sarrett, Charles- Sarver, Roy Schulz, Randy-158 Scott, Scott, Kenneth-158 Richard-158 Self, Lynn-158 Sexton, Charles- Shadix , Randy-158 Sherry, Francis-158 Shipley, Cecil-158 Simmo 251 Simmo Smith, Smith, 199, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Snccd, ns, Dean-158, 188, ns, Joe-158, 186 Don- Donny-l59, 197, 211 Mark-206 Sammy-159 Steve- William- Johnny-159 Spradley, Kenneth-159 Squire, Dennis-159 Steven s, Robert- Stephenson, Roy- Stilwell, Ronnie-159 Strawn, Charles-159 Strom, Edward-159 Sullivan, Paul-324 Sutton. Everett-159 Tackel , Gary-159 Tauzin, Robert- Taylor, Miko-159 Thomp Thornt son, Ronnie- on, Michael- Tidewell, Paul- Toomb Tipton s, Michael-159' , Roger-159, 243 Trevino, Albert-160 Tribble, Ronnie-160 Tripl et t, Ray-160 Tucker, Glenn-160 Lee, Shirley-154 Levi, Laura-154, 245 Lewis, Dianne-154, 211, 237 Lewis, Dianne-154 Lewis, Margaret-154, 234, 246 Litton, Judy-154 Lorenz, Patricia-154 Laughlin, Pamela-154, 198, 237, 324 Marco, Becky-154 Marks, Sherri-154, 237, 246 Martin, Marsha-154, 237 Mashewske, Jane-154, 248 Mathis, Patricia-154, 236, 237, 246 Mattorn, Kay-155, 273, 250 Maynard, June-155, 208, 237, McA1li McDca 228 243 ster, Janey-236 rmon, Delilah-155 McFerrin, Carolyn-155, 211 McGee, Cathy-155, 211, 248 McGibbon, Kathy-155, 248, McKin MCKni 247 ney, Janice-155 ght, Jamie-155, 248 McMiller, Vicki-155 McNau ghton, Cathy- McNeil, Patricia-247 Meeks, Miller, Miller, Miller, Mill er, Moore, Moore, Morey, 237 Lynne-155, 211 Ginger-156, 273, 324 Joan-156, 208, 248 Nancy-156, 205, 228 Nancy-156, 205, 228 Melody-156 Teresa-156. 211 Gail-156, 169, 236, Morgan, Pat-156 Morphis, Diane-156, 258, 250, 243, 246 Morphis, Quinn-156, 196, 24-8 Morris, Nan-'156, 198, 196, 236, 229 Morris, Luanne-156 Mosely, Pam-247 Nairn,'Gaylc-156, 245 Nelson, Cathy-149, 205, 229 Newman, Martha-156 Nicholson, Debbi-156, 324- Norris, Luanne- Odle, Jackie- Odell, Kathy-156, 246 Ogletree, Annette-156, 211 Owens, Bridget-157 , 273 Pate, Carolyn-157, 211 Patrick, Cathy-157, 228 Pattcrs on , Kathy-157, 229 Tucker, Arnold- Turner, James-160 VanDuser, Kevin-160 Vance, Mike-160 Varncr, James-160 Vernon, Randy-160 Vessel, Charles-160, 196, 248 Vickers, Bill-160 Vines, Richard- Vodron, Kenneth- Voight, Reinhard-160, 196, 233 Wadsworth, Eddie-242 Walker, Bobby-160 Walker, Thomas- Wall, Rodney-160 Waller, Gary-160 Ward, Ralph- Ward, Larry-160 Warden, Richard-160 Warren, L. K.- Waters, Mike-161, 324 Watson, Darrell-161 Wells, Charles- , Wemple, Jimmy-161 Westbrook, Tommy-161 Wetmore, Richard-161 Wheat, Jim-161, 198, 196 White, Allen-161 Whitfield, Perry-161 Whiteside, Kenneth-161, 197, 198, 243 Wiggs, Steve-161 Wilcoxson, Eugen-161 Williams, Larry- Williams, Stanley-161 Williams, Tommy-161, 232 Williamson, Carl- Wilson, Boyce- Wilson, Larry-161 Winn, David-161, 232 Winsctt, Robert-161 Wisdom, Jerry- Wiscner, Randy-161 Withrow, Jackie-197, 199, 254 Wood, Bobby-161 Wright, John-161 Yarber, Johnny-161 Yarborough, Jimmy-161, 255 Youngnian, Ronnie--161 Peace, Gail-157, 245 Peacock, Sue-157 Perry, Brenda-157, 273, 14-6 Peirce, Sandy-157 Plate, Marla-157, 198, 215, 196, 236, 228 Plumlee, Loretta-157 Plumlee, Rebecca-157 Powell, Brenda-157 Ray, Regina-157 Ray, Sue-158, 324 Recer, Barbra-158, 236 Remes, Jan-158, 247 Rice, Marcia-158 Rich, Becky-158, 247, 234 Ridgeway, Joyce-158, 248, 24-5 Robinson, Lynn-158, 273, 245 Robinson, Sandra-158 Rodgers, Sherry-158, 193, 199, 196 Ruff, Gilda-158, 245 'Rutl1crford,' Freida-158 Ryan, Patricia-158 Ryan, Judy-158, 198, 248 Sachsc, Belinda-158 Samuel, Cynthia-158, 208, 234- Schell, Marriane-158, 250, 248, 245 Schreiber, Dian-158, 211, 248 Sharpe, Paula-158, 211 Shaw, Donah-49, 158, 187, 205, 273 Shelton, Debbi-158, 247 Shugart, Gwen-158 Simmons, Donna-158 Six, Sara-158, 199, 273, ' 196 Skelton, Gay-158, 211 Skinner, Susan-158, 211, 195, 234 Smiley, Marsha-159, 211 Smith, Florence- Smith, Beth-159, 211 Smith, Maxie-159 Smith, Susi-159 Snell, Joy-273 Spears, Sheila-159 Spence, Linda-159, 198, 207, 196 Spong, Pam-159, 198, 207, 248 Steele, Glenda- Steward, Martha-211 Struck, Debbie-159, 247, 229 Stuart, Priscilla-159 Stuart, Priscilla'-159 snrbbs, Frances-159, 211 3 5I Tapp, Patricia-159 T l K - ay or, erry Testa, Mary-159, 211 Thompson, Jean-159, 211 Thompsos, Pat-159, 248, 24-7, 237 T. lllett, Linda-211 Turner, Cherry-160, 248 Tyner, Conuie?160 Valdez, Beth-160, 243 VanLzmdingham, Jan-160 Varner, Raenell-160, 246 Vlbrock, Evelyn-160, 242, 243 Wade, Peggy-160 Walker, Dauya-160, 246 Walker, Kathryn-160, 211 Walker, Margaret-160, 199, 248 Wall, Pam-160, 199, 196 Warren, Karen-160, 250, 248, 245 Waters, Dianw160, 199 Watkins, Pat-161 Watson, Sharon-161 Werner, Marlene- Westcrheim, Jan-161, 236, 237 Whitforcl, Cheryl-161 Whitson, Donna-161 Widmcr, Diannew161, 245 Willbunks, Kathy-161 Editor's Comments Willbern, Linda-161, 246 Williams, Suzann1?161, 2 Wilson, Annf161 Wilson, Delores-161 Wilson, Sherron-161 Woods, ,leanetta-161 Ycarout, Pam-30, 161, 195, 248, 246 As the seemingly endless hours of Work and worry draw to a close, I cannot help but feel a deep sense of satisfaction on having com- pleted this book of memories. Mingled with this feeling of accom- plishment is a sense of great appreciation. In addition to my staff and our sponsor, Mrs. Blackburn, who have actually made the an- nual What it is, there are others who deserve special recognition. Mr. Clint Sutherland, Mr. Garry Christian, Mr. Kirby, Mr. Doc Allen, and Mr. Dick Nalley all deserve special thanks for their services as photographers. I thank everyone else who helped in the making of this annual and I hope that it remains a constant and wonderful reminder of GHS, 1964-65. lnsaing The year ends and the doors close and we have the future ahead of us. This collection of the yearis activities encompasses much for each one of us. We can relive a moment of the past with each page we turn. This book will serve as our key to our memories as long as We possess it . . . and those very memories will serve as our key to the future. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" x 76353 fd f ff fe M 5 F Q , , XXX rj?


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