Garland High School - Owls Nest Yearbook (Garland, TX)
- Class of 1965
Page 1 of 368
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Text from Pages 1 - 368 of the 1965 volume:
EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF
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
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.
Mary Ann Etheridge
Senior Class Editor
funior Class Editor
Sophomore Class Editor
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MR. GLEN COUCH
Superintendent Garland Independent
Board of Trustees
Members of the Board of Trustees for the Garland school system are Kback row! Mr. ,lim Holland, Mr.
A. B. Eliott, Mr. Earl Luna, ffront row! Mr. Marion Williams and Mrs. Charles Smith, Knot picturedl
Foundation of School System
i MR. W. E. PETERS MR. RALPH SANDERS MR. HOMER JOHNSON
Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Athletics Director
Educational Instructions Business Affairs
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
MR. GENE HUDSON
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
Mr. Hudson chats with Mrs. Willis during one
of his rare spare moments.
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
MR. JOHN BUTLER
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.
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Completing his fifth year at Garland High School,
Mr. Reed serves as attendance director for the tenth
Mr. Toler, Garland High School graduate, celebrated
his second year at CHS. He is the Attendance director
for the eleventh and twelfth grades.
MR. LARRY REED
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
ROUTH, MRS. LOUISE TURNER, MRS. MARCAURITE
Business Department Offers Many Courses,
BLACKBURN, MRS. SARA DAVIS, MISS BARBARA GRANT, MRS. LOIS HIGHTOWER, MRS-
Typing I, Journalism Typing III, Shorthand Bookkeeping ELAINE
HUNT, MISS LOUISE SEGO, MR. BOB SMITH, MRS. CATHERINE
Typing II Typing I Bookkeeping, Typing I
TROTMAN, MRS. .IEAN WILLIS, MRS. MARTHA
Shorthand Typing I
BOUREK, MR. PAUL HEAD, MR. W. B.
Band Distributive Education
HENDERSON, MR. JIM GRAY, MISS FLORENE
PEADEN, MR. S. T.
Mr. Henderson takes a leisurely mid-day stroll down
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.
INCRAM, MRS. VIVIAN JOHNSON, MR. M. L.
Speech I, II. English II.
Much to Curriculum
KAHL, MISS .IANICE LINDBLOM, MRS. RUTH McCARTY, MRS. JO ANN
English II English, I, II Theme Writing
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O'HARA, MRS. PATRICIA PEASE, MR. RALPH
' English III English IV
PICKLE, MRS. GLORIA SHIVERS, MRS. BARBARA
English III English III
Mrs. 0'Hara lakes a quick break between classes.
BARTO, MRS. .IANET CHRISTOPHER, MRS. HOLLINGSWORTH, MISS
French I, II JUDY JUDY
Spanish I, II Literature I, Latin I
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
ARMSTRONG, MRS. MARY CAIN, MR. JOSEPH DORSEY, .MRS. NORMA
NELL Texas History, Economics American History, Civics
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.
"Musk" . . .
ALTOM, MRS. ALTA
Alegebra II, Trigonometry,
Math Courses Offer
ALTOM, MR. MARSHALL BRACKEEN, MR. L. B. CERWINSKE, MISS
Plane Geometry Commercial Arithmetic MARINEL
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
STRINGER, MR. 0. D. TOOKE, MR. VERNON
TOONE, MR. JERRY
Mrs. Willis prepares the activities for the coming week.
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
PONDER, MR. PERCY WAGNER, MR. JOHN
Physical Science Biology
CALDWELL, MRS. FRAN CARSON, MR. RAY
Homemaking Vocational Agriculture
LEWIS, MRS. DONNA
RUSHING, MISS ANN
Ag Round Out
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.
MCBEE, MR. RIVES McGRAW, MRS. DOROTHY
Physical Education Dashing Debs, Physical
OWENS, MRS. JO WANDA
Physical Education, Gold
VENABLE, MR. VAN
DICKSON, MRS. DIANNE ISETT, MRS. RESSIE SIMPSON, MRS. CARRIE
Librarian Nurse Typing
KENNEDY, MRS. GAY
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
YUNG, MR. BILL
Study Hall, Football
WILLIAMS, MR. A.
Miss Davis and Mrs. Ingram Model the latest fashions. American History, Tennis
BIRDWELL, MR. CASH
Texas History, Football
BOYD, MR. MERLE
Commercial Law, Football
Produces GHS Winners!
BROWN, MR. JOE CUNNINGHAM, MR. ERNIE
Commercial Arithmetic, Study Hall, Fggtball
CURTIS, MR. CHUCH
Study Hall, Football
Mr. Birdwell plays Santa for the NHS Christmas party.
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
Administrators During Study Halls
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
GARLAND AVENUE OFFICE
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
'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-
CHS has collected many trophies including Student Council vice
president Ronnie Bozman.
Gene Mayes boosts Owl spirit at the pep rally before another important
"Where did she go," asks Cary.
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Two GHS beauties are Linda Browder, ICT Sweetheart, and Miss
Flame l964- Debbie Denny.
'It seems the Annual Staff has really gone to the dogs.
"Here I am, over heref, says Sue
Nominees for FFA Sweetheart were Carolyn Butler, Brend
Bryan and Carolyn Burke.
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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.
'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.
It docsn't look like Brenda believes Don's alibi, does it?
Members of the Student Assembly register guests Home-
Selling annual pictures proves to be quite a job for OWL'S NEST staff mem-
Darwin always tries to steal the spotlight.
inda Browder was named Homecoming Queen 1964-65.
Mr. Sego looks very satisfied with FBLA's im-
provements on the teacher's lounge.
Senior cheerleaders present junior cheerleaders with their gold
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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.
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
The annual staff worked diligently to meet their l.... ,,
Mike, Bill and Jody seem to know
Mardi Gras, the 1965 Popularity Ball, was colorful and impressing.
the best place to meet the girls.
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
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.
oy, Mike, that's really a
crazy dance step!
Where the boys are . . .
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.
Dennis Wolfe blocks a basket and helps bring a
Where did you get all those feet, Mr. Pease?
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.
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
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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?
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.
First one to the shoes is u dirty rat.
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
Kay Crow and Claudia Bates receive their honors at Awards Day A
During the last two weeks of school the
halls began to be crowded between
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
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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
' 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.
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
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
Senior Jay Spraggins was unaware that his picture was being taken while he was taking a picture.
Judy Ann Barnett
Bennie Lou Bartell
Wonder what Pat Patton finds so interesting in commercial law
Seniors Clip Field and Monroe Blankenship finally receive
their long'awaited senior rings.
Ronnie Bell Marcia Bellus
Spencer Bennett Richard Benson
ary Beth Bowers
Rick Box Mike Boyd Judy Pruitt does not seem overly enthusiatic about receivin
Ronnie Bozman Patsy Brackett her senior Deb jacket.
Ann Cordon helps lead the
band in the first parade of
the school year, the Labor
Richard B. Brown
L. D. Carpenter
Mrs. Willis gets her birthday Bill Hunt gets his, too . That cake is mighty good after
,lim Starling and Pat Crawford must have serious matters on their minds!
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
Judy Walden and Mike Morris pose for the camera as good Owls should.
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Vicki Stone and Bill Crump were chosen
Mr. and Miss GHS.
George De Witt
Will such senior boys as Hassan ever grow up?
Cindy Bolton and Gail King both look ready to go home after a
hard day at school.
Mrs. Grant conducts a typical class
M. G: Garvin
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On her way to the film room, Judy Pruitt decided
to give a short concert.
Kathy Pearce and Dennis Wolfe prove that
they are budding young actors.
The Senior flag proudly flies
over Garland High School.
Rick Hill Bonnie Hinshaw Tommy Hitchcock Ronny Hobb i
Vickie Hodges Zack Hodges Glenda Hodkinson Linda Hoedebeck X
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
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.
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.
Jimmy Houston Darrell Howard
Carol Howe Robert Howington l
Connie Howman Robert Hoye I
The Seniors wait patiently to order their graduation invitations
It is easy to see Linda Browder was nominated for
ill Crump shows the determinations of the mighty Owl
am before pep rally.
,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
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
Morris McMunigal and Kermit Paulos prepare for an experiment as Mrs.
Crocker stands well out of range.
Dunnis Wolfe vigorously plays cl1e-erleader at lc
Scniur-Faculty basketball game.
Marnetta June Laym-
Senior Steve Albright was named one of the top
orators in an oratorical contest sponsored by the
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Malcolm Mallell '
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.
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
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.
Rose Ann Mitchell
Well, if you insist, Mr. Butler!
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What is so interesting out on the parking lot, Cary?
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.
Charlotte Foulkes practices for the speech departmenfs one-act play
.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 . . .
Joe Paul Pierce
Barbara Cohlmia discusses the new election systcm with
two of her committecmcn, Nancy Vernon and Duncan
Great big football player Bill Crump pro-
tects itty-bitty annual editor Judy Walden
from the big had photographer.
Paula .lo Roberts
J oe Rogers
Cheri Heath sells Gerald Heifner a football banner.
Phil Salx .idor
Poor underclassmen like Braxton Lord had a hard day
when Seniors like Mike Watkins got their new rings.
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for the routine to be performed for the Faculty-Senior
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.
.lerilyn Cox Sprowls
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'Oh for senior exemptions," sighs junior Kent Dcmetri.
Sherry Matlock accompanies Judy Pruitt as she sings her solo at the
Corpus Christi Buccaneer Festival.
Terry Van Duser
The line was long for seniors like St
Mitchell to receive their announcements .
and Mike Cook, who helped unload the
Strongman ,lames Patton lifts a car?
Bo Peep Wilcoxson
Ollie Owl Calias Ronnie Spiveyj defends Garland High with his life!
.lo Ann Wilson
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.
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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.
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.
Ronnie Bell reveives his diploma.
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
After much debate, all the student
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
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
The memories of the magazine drive, the Junior-Senior Prom, and the
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
i Junior Class
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
.lo Ann Breck
Bobby de Larios
Super Girl fCindy Blakewayi flies
"Yes Sir, Coach Brown, the hook shot
goes up, not down," says Roger Hen-
Laura J ones
Janet Sue Koenig
Mary Jo Kapp
Lynn Ie Flone
Rose Mary Medina
Nancy ,lo Meeks
Lee Nan Myers
Marilane Perriman l
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.
Duke St. Aubin
MI know there is a fire, but I've just got one more p
to readg besides . . .
Charlene is not through packing yet.
Richard S arks
C. A. Theis
Jo Nell Thomas
A. Wayne Thompson
Arthur Charles Walker
Up in the air . . . down the stair . . . of a fall beware'
Patricia De .long
J ack Day
A. C. Loelsh
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.
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.
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necklace from Vicki Stone.
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The Cupcake Kid eats again
Kevin Van Duser
.lan Van Landingham
Warren, L. K.
Carolyn Burke Brenda Huggett Karen Nickens
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
J an Starr Vicki Stone Kay Yeager
Linda Browder Bill Hunt
Nancy Vernon Ronnie Bozman
Betty Lance Phil Jones
Vicki Stone Bill Sharp
Junior All GHS
Diane Davie Pat MC
Gail Morey Chuck Dicus
Sophomore All GHS
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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
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ponsored by the 0wl's Nest, the Pop
l is an annual event open to all GHS
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.
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
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.
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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.
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
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
The band takes time out from playing at contest
Corpus to gather and cat lunch.
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.
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.
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
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.
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,
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
Officers: Cheri Heath, recording secretaryg Linda Oglesby, treasu
Ronnie Bozman, presidentg Cary Love, vice president.
MRS. NORMA DORSEY
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.
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.
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
The first semester sponsor of the
cheerleaders was Mrs. Martha Wil-
lis, and the second semester spon-
sorship was taken over by Miss Nan
VICKI STONE, Head Cheerleader BRENDA HUGGETT, SCDi0I'
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Mrs. Martha Willis sponsored the cheerleaders
during the first semester.
The cheerleaders' mascot is Ronnie Spivey, GHS' "0llie.'
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Kathy gives Donah her megaphone necklace.
The cheerleaders received their jackets from Mrs. Willis, who
had them delivered in a suitcase.
A Cappella is the select mixed chorus of
G.H.S. Its goal is to enrich the lives of its
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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. '
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Mr. Henderson, the sponsor, helps the girls with their music
Wkki, Diane and Anne seem to have had fun at the Choralaire's
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.
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.
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.
A Cappella's sweetheart and beau are Sherry Matlock and Terry Turner.
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
Mike get your nose out of the clouds
and come back down to the A Cz1ppella's
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.
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
Sylvia Samuels, Carol Adams, and Cayla Martin gather in Wyatt's Cafeteria to see
Ca.rol's painting exhibited.
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.
LINDA BROWDER, Head Majofene
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
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
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
President of the Deb Council, Merry Archibald, gives Linda
Novak her Deb pin.
KAREN BARNARD, Majorette PAULA ROBERTS, Majorette KAY YEACER, Majorette
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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-
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
engender a healthy respect for education.
create and nurture an understanding of our free, competitive
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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Sixth period officers: Dickie McCullough., vice president, Tony
Williams, sergeant-at-arms, Patricia Kelly, secretary, John Todd,
treasurer, Dom Beaver, parliamentarian.
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
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-
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.
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.
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
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,
Mr. Ray Carson, Richard Benson, and Mr. James Halbert are
shown displaying awards that Richard won at the Fort Worth
Fat Stock Show.
Patsy Sharp is the sweetheart of the Future Farmers ch
The national dairy judging team composed of Bill Roland, Ge
Lyons, and Richard Benson is shown with Mr. Ray Carson.
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.
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.
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.
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-
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
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.
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
F.H.A. - Chapter 2
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.
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.
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.
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.
'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.
Edna McGee is being presented with her Candy Striper cap by a
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.
nurses Jane Presley and Edna McGee seem to think, What do
Glenda Hodkinson, Mrs. Kennedy, and Jane Presley
sit around talking with one another at the Future
Nurses Christmas Party.
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
These Future Teachers members were- de
gates to the convention at Houston., Th
are Judy Crice, Kay Wheeler, and Ka
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
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.
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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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Charlotte Casteel knows that being a Gold .lacket is
all fun, but one must keep up with her studies also.
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.
-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
The Cold Jackets drill team took part in the annual Labor Day
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.
Officers are Elaine Willig, Mary Robinson, Terry Turner, Shelia Jackson, and
Ellen Stricklin, president. Miss Hollingsworth is the cluh's sponsor.
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.
Looks as if Tom has been made official "baggage" boy
and has his hands full.
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
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,
, 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.
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.
'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
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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
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
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
Wim I Ai- I
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
the Christmas meeting, a special guest shows Y-Teens
v to wrap pretty Christmas packages.
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
.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.
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,
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.
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.
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-
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.
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.
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
Mary Beth Bowers, salutatorian, and Grace Ann Hansen,
are both members' of the National Honor Society.
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.
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.
Mary Ann Etheredge
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.
EDITORIALS EDITOR Jerry Ramos
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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.
Barbara Colhmia, FAVORITES EDITOR
PHOTOGRAPHERS ART EDITOR
Harriet Blankley Mary Ann Etheredge ERQIITORS
Jay spmggins, SPORTS EDITOR Om ayabb
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
Bill Sharp, Cary Jones
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Marilou Lannom, Linda Digiglio, Pat McLaughlin, and Rex Cooper
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
Mrs. Judy Christopher President
'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.
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.
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.
'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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Melanie Bain and Sandy Drum sell Owl stickers for a student council
Dennis Casey, volunteered to aid the Student
Assembly improve the appearance of G.H.S.
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
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.
and carefully supervised in
Charles Gunter presents VIC Sweetheart Linda Brc
der with her sweater.
These VIC members have just received their jackets They z
Raymond Caskey, Charles Gunter, Gary Massey, Brian Lf
and Bennie Bartell.
The Vocational Industrial Club chose Linda Browder as its
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.
Such a solemn occasion as Mrs. Blackburn presents Judy Ponder Q
with her Quill and Scroll pin and membership.
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.
lcfivities Insure Successful Year
sweet sounds of musical magic
et Mr. Henderson from the A Cappella
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
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-
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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
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
Denny Wheat, Paul Englebretsen
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Garland 21 - Bryan Adams 0
Roger Parker C421 demonstrates his running skill that made him the third leading ground gainer.
Cliton Turner C365 fakes a B.A. would-he tackler
out to make a long gain for the Owls.
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
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.
lThe highly rated Samuell Spartans were not as tough as
ey were predicted to be as they were crushed 44-6 by the
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.
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
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-
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
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.
Garland 34 - Paris 14
David Green C101 gains good yardage as Roger Parker C425 and Denny Wheat f55J block down-
Clifton Tmner i365 makes a quick cut inside as Ronnie 2
Scoggins 1303 throws a good block as Gene Mayes f61D
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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 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
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
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
Lowell Halpin C803 spreads his wings in fine Owl fashion.
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.
Ronnie Scoggins 1301 stiff arms a Tiger defender in order to get
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
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-
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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
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
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
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.
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-
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.
Ronnie Scoggins C303 cuts around end for a lc
Clifton Turner f36J stumbles in a hard fought first down. A Tascosa Rebel holds on to the Owl fullback.
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
Bottom: Tony Cyganik C341 goes for the hall
with Richardson cagers all around waiting for
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.
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.
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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
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.
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to break through some H.P. defenders.
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rollton boy go for the ball on a rebound
on one of Carland's shots for the hoop.
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again with a Denison cager
hoping for the best. Mike
Locke C425 jumps to help out.
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100 yard dash with Le
Flore in fourth place with
the ball leading the
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in mid-air while up for a re-
bound. Mike Locke and a
H.P. boy look on with interest.
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ket, someone always catches an elbow in the face. .lust
as Roger Henson C311 receives one in the face, to the left
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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.
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.
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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
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.
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.
Above: Tommy Sibley C405 reaches for a ball that seems to be out of reach
with two Carrollton boys fighting for the ball.
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
Pacing the Owl Bis were such standouts as Bob Huddleston, Jerry Armstrong, Roger Henson, Jerry Webb and
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gan, Kerry Garrison, .luck Roberts, David Green, George MCKool, Jolly Fry, Bill Addington. Bottom: Lynn LeFlore, Billy
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Garland came out in second place, only
game from first place, in district competition.
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Jody Fry, David Green, Hill Norvell, .lorry Armstrong
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
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.
'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
. . 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 . . .
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
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.
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
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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
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
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.
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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
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
BEGGS, LANELL: Choralaircs 1, 2, 3, secre
tary 35 FHA 25 A.O. Biology Club 1.
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
BRADFORD, CARL: fTransfer 21 Math Club
35 Football A Team 3, B Team 2.
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
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
BUNCH, PHYLLIS: FBLA 35 Red Cross
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
CADY, LINDSEY: FHA I, 2, 3, reporter l
FNA 2, 3, reporter 3.
CALDWELL, LARRY: Golf Team 1, 2, 35 Lati
CALDW'ELL, RONNIE: B Team Football mar
CAMPBELL, STEVE: Physics Club 3.
CARD, DONALD: Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1.
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
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
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
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
RAWFORD, PAT: Physics Club 35 Chemistry
lub 35 Golf Team 1, 2, 35 French Club I, 2,
ROSSMAN, KAY: FHA I5 Social Studies
Drum 35 Student Assembly 35 Gold Jackets 15
Danish Club 15 Dashing Debs 2, 35 A.O.
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-
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
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
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
DE ARMENT, PAULA ANN: FHA I, 2, 35
FNA I5 Student Assembly 25 Gold Jackets 1,
DEATON, MIKE: Student Assembly 35 Physics
Club 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 JA 25 French
DELK, MIKE: VIC 3, reporter 35 Student As-
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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-
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
HAMMOND, BOB: A Cappella 1, 2, 3: Madri-
glee 2, 3: All-Region Choir 3: All-State Choir
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.
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
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:
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-
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.
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.
HORAK, JOHN: Physics Club 3: Mu Alpha
Theta 2, 3: NFL 2, 3: English IV Club 3.
HOSKINS, JAMES: Tennis 1: Baseball man-
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.
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.
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
HUNT, EMERY: French Club 1, 2: Chemistry
Club 2: English IV Club 3.
HUNT, PATSY: fTransfcr 31 JA 2: FNA 2:
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-
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.
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.
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
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
JONES, HENRY EARLE fCHIPJ: FFA 1,
3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Baseball 3: Physl
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, 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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
'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.
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.
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.
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
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,
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-
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-
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:
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.
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
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.
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
PELTON, JUDITH DIANNE: FHA 1.
PENNY, CHERYL LYNNE: fTransfer IJ French
Club 35 Social Studies Forum 2, 3.
PERKINS, JOHNNY: Student Assembly 35
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
PIERCE, PATSY: Choralaires 1, 2, 35 FHA 1,
25 Spanish Club 1.
PITTS, INGRID: FHA 1, 2g Choralaires 2, 35
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
PORCHEDDU, FRANK: fTransfer 2, FBLA 3.
PRESLEY, CAROL JANE: FNA 2, 3, reporter
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-
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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-
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
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, 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
TILLERSON. GARY: Speech Clttb I: Chemistry
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
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
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
WESTER, JAMES MACK: Key Club 2: Tennis
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-
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
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
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
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
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.
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:
WRIGHT, JACKIE: fTransfer sb FFA 1, 2,
3, sentinel 2.
WRIGHT, NORMA: FHA 1: Junior Red Cross
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.
Adams, Jimmy-58, 288,
Addington, Bill-44, ss,
Albright, Stephen-91, 189,
260, 261, 268, 260, 269
Allison, Stewart-197, 198
Anderton, Stcvt+58, 259
Axe, Charlosf59, 274, 255
Bacon, Darwin-41, 51, 59,
Baker, Charles-60, 258,
Beaver, Don462, 225, 275,
Beeson, Don-62, 197, 199
Beggs, Dalf?62, 223
Bell, David-62, 53
?ll, Ronnie-62, 268, 124
Benson, Richard-62, 230,
231, 232, 233
Blankinship, Monroe-62, 222
Boggs, Waynw63, 231
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
Brown, .lim464, 231
Brown, Mike-64, 206, 227,
Brown, Richard-64, 222
Burleson, Bobf65, 189
Butler, .1erryf65, 225, 288,
Campbell, Steve-66, 269
Carpenter, Kenneth466, 223
Carpenter, L. D.-66, 189,
Casey, Dennis-66, 226
Collins, Hugh-225, 290
Combs, Bill-68, 258, 256,
Compton, Larry-68, 222
Cook, Ed-'68, 274
Cook, Mike-68, 289, 114
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
Adams, Carol-58, 214,
215, 226, 234
Alexander, Edna-58, 69,
Allison, Judy-30, 58, 269,
Archibald, Merry-43, 59,
206, 210, 211, 212, 266
Ciruit, Darryl-69, 197, 198,
Crump, Billf38, 70, 85,
105, 201, 291, 303, 56
C-rumpley, Mikw69, 230
Cyganik, Tony-70, 115,
306, 307, 308, 310, 313
Davis, Mike-70, 207, 210,
Davis, Ronnie-70, 231
Day, Bob-70, 225
Dvaton. Mike-71, 269
Dcndy, Allen-71, 198, 269,
Denman, Micky-71, 222
Dollar, Bi1lf30'I, 309, 312,
Driver, .loe-50, 72, 190,
307, 308, 310, 312, 313,
Echols, Buddy-197, 199,
Edgar, Gary-71, 224
England, Richard-73, 207,
Englebrctson, Paul-73, 291,
289, 256, 269, 259
English, Lynn-73, 231
Evans, Virgil-73, 223
Farmer, Dempsey-73, 256,
Field, Clip-62, 74, 274,
Finch, Danny-74, 274, 269
Finklea, Charles-74, 275
Flanagan, Mikw74, 289
Foster, Mike-74, 224, 256
Fry, ,lody-75, 307, 308,
Garvin, M. G.-75, 199,
207, 222, 196
Gill, Wayne-75, 268, 258,
Gilmore, Weldonf75, 207,
Glidden, Charles-75, 189,
197, 198, 224, 258
Godwin, E. J.-75
Goode, Ricllard-46, 75, 222
Griffis, Stanley-77, 254, 215
Griffith, Michael-77, 270,
Haldeman, Cliff-77, 256
Hall, DavidA77, 254, 255
Halpin, Lowellf78, 190, 201,
Hammond, Bob-78, 206,
207, 210, 211
Hanks, Curtis-78, 260, 261,
Ashley, Bobbiw58, 266,
Bailey, Elizabeth-59, 238,
Barker, Barbara-60, 198
Barker, Gwynn-60, 196, 201
Barnett, .1udy461, 206,
210, 212, 240
Barrios, Virginia-61, 195,
268, 263, 259
Bates, Claudia-61, 195
206, 210, 211, 263, 52
Beggs, Lanell-62, 208, 209
Bellus, Marcin-62, 207, 210,
Hartwell, Billy-79, 319,
Hill, Rick-80, 258
Holloway, Arnoldf81, 215
Hopkins, Davidf81, 291
Horak, 1ohnf82, 207, 210,
258, 261, 268
Houston, Jimmy-82, 207,
Howard, Darrell-82, 215
Hubbard, Jerry-83, 223
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,
Ivey, Lee Roy-85, 231
Jacobs, Garyf85, 288
Jester, Floyd-86, 207
Jocoy, Dale-86, 215
Cary-36, 86, 93, 97,
189, 201, 267, 270
, Phil-167, 175, 189,
, 300, 305
, Tonyf87, 198, 196
Kelley, Jerry-88, 225, 275,
Kcnnemer, Lee-88, 256
Kent, Eddiw88, 223
King, lohn-88, 269
Lawson, James-90, 268
Leech, Andy-90, 189, 2711,
Leith, Dan-90, ,274
Lipscomb, Andy-90, 174,
189, 201, 269, 56
Little, William-91, 196
Lobstreter, Pcte-91, 269
Locke, Michael-91, 309,
310, 312, 313, 311, 315
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,
Mallon, Bill-92, 256
Marcucci, Ronnie-92, 206
Martin, Randy-93, 207, 210,
Martin, Thomas-93, 231
Mayes, Gene-36, 93, 295,
Blarlkley, Harriet-63, 95,
266, 275, 270, 240, 262,
263, 272, 53
Bolton, Cynthia-63, 73,
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, 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
Broyles, Paula-64, 209
Buhlt-r, Kathy-61, 207
Bunch, Jean-64, 231
McCarter, Bennyf93, 230
McCleary, Ronnie-94, 256
225, 227, 122
McKool, George-94, 288,
301, 318, 320, 317
197, 199, 88
Metcalf, Philip-95, 207
Mhoon, Stevw95, 256, 269
Midgett, James-95, 207
Miller, Donaldi95, 189,
258, 268, 269, 263, 259
Monroe, Scott-96, 207
Morris, Mike-97, 178, 306,
307, 308, 56
Morrow, Paul-97, 319, 269,
Murphy, Mike-97, 272
Myers, .lcrryf98, 231
Myers, Charlie-98, 231
Nelson, Richard-98, 223
Newman, Paul-98, 52
Norris, Steve-98, 269
Norton, Dennis-98, 227
Norvell, Hill-291, 317
Oden, Jimmy-98, 206
Ogelsby, Richard-98, 99,
197, 198, 224
Overall, Tommy-98, 223
Parker, Roger-101, 288,
296, 298, 268
Pascal, Don-101, 269
Peters, Dennis-102, 222
Pickle, .1erryfl03, 309, 277
Pickett, Gary-103, 230, 231
Pierce, ,1oc+103, 231, 272
P00191 GarY'103, 268
Ramos, Jerry-10-1, 265
Rhodes, Stcvef105, 224, 275,
258, 269, 264, 270
Rich, Danny-105, 224, 269
Robinson, Gary-106, 268
Rochell, David-106, 199
Roe, Terry-106, 268, 242
Rogers, Richard-106, 222
Rogers, Richardg106, 222
Roland, Billf107, 230
Roper, C. D.-106
Row, George-107, 231, 274
Bunch, Phyllis-61, 250, 226
Burgett, Lintl:146-1, 228
Burke, Carolyn-38, 164,
173, 201, 203, 123
Cady, Linds1'y466, 238
Carner, Bessic+66, 254
Carpenter, Bt-v1-rlyg66, 189
Cawthon, Donna-67, 209
Cerniak, Karen-67, 209
Chandler, Danna-67, 255,
Cheisser, Jeri-67, 197, 198,
Clark, Betty-67, 222
Cloptorl, Sharon-67, 208
Cohlmia, Barbara-42, 67,
189, 266, 270, 118, 272
Scoggins, Rouni1?177, 189,
288, 296, 297, 302, 304,
Sharawwi, Hassan-72, 108
Sharp, Bill-47, 167, 180,
189, 270, 277, 261, 108
Sharp, Curtis-225, 267,
Sllugart, Rick-288, 189,
291, 253, 109
Simmons, Mike-197, 199,
Sur-ath, Charles-222, 110
Spivey, Ronalt1i202, 272,
Spraggirls, .lay-60, 92, 266.
Spurgin, Steve-176, 197,
199, 206, 207, 210, 211,
Starling, .lim-68, 269, 111
Stevens, Timf318, 317,
Slruve, Steve-111 1
Talley, lt6yf224, 307, soil'
Taylor, Bruce-307, 308,
Todd, John-195, 207, 225, '
242, 263, 272, 113
Trammell, Gary-195, 269
Turner, Cllfton7296, 303,
Turner, Terry-206, 207,
210, 211, 212, 248
Van Duser, Terry-114
Vice, Mike-199, 114 j
Walker, Bob-269, 324, 115
11'alkt-r, David- ll5
Wallace, cafyfsls, 317, 113
199, 268, 115
206, 210, 211, 267, 277,
274, 272, 118, 115, 270 '
Watson, Charles-199, 115
Watson, Duane-201, 258,
268, 259, 115
207, 210, 115
Weaver, Bob-277, 276, 115
Yvheat, Dr'nnyf291, 296, 116
Whitesell, .1ol1nf197, 199,
W'illiams, David-231, 233,
Williztllls, Marionf272, 117
Williams, Tony-225, 274,
Windt, 11ayf198, 196, 118
Wolfe, Dennis-47, 78, 89,
225, 261, 253, 118, 122
Wright, 1ackie231, 119
Zaeske, Billy-268, 119
Collier, Pam467, 266, 265,
Cullingsworth, Pat-68, 207
Collins, .ludy-67, 208, 209,
Cook, Cynthia468, 208, 255
Craig, Donnai68, 226
Crawford, Candus-69, 198,
Crossman, Kay-69, 218
Crouch, Dcbhi4?275, 215,
Crow, Kaye-67, 218, 27-1,
275, 227, 240, 52
Davis, Debbie-70, 208, 259
Wester, Jimmy-116 l
avis, Judy-70, 208, 259
avis, Debbif-70, 208,
eArmcnt, Paula-30, 70
lliott, Dcrric-73, 264, 270
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
amble, Mary-75, 99, 198,
206, 211, 276, 263
eldmeier, Gilda-75, 275
ifford, Yvonnt-75, 225,
ordon, Ann-64, 75, 198,
Braves, Sharon-30, 76,
Grice, Judy-76, 2-10
Grider, Linda-37, 76, 266,
Griffin, Ann-76, 209, 234
Grimes, Linda-77, 222
Hall, Carolyn-77, 209
Hall, Paula-77, 209
Hall, T661-73, 275
Hanssen, Grace-78, 238,
Harrison, Darla-78, 250
Harrison, Fonda-79, 50,
266, 265, 270, 240, 50
Harry, Mary-30, 79, 236
Hawkins, Deanna-79, 206,
207, 210, 263
Heath, Cheri-79, 189, 200,
201, 219, 263
Hinshaw, Bonnie-80, 248,
263, 262, 283
Hodkinson, Glenda-80, 238
Hoffman, Patricia-81, 242
Anderton, Dan-48, 118, 201
Armstrosg, Jerry-307, 309,
Browri, Buddy-129, 254
Brown, Rodney-129, 261
Calvert, Phillip-129, 207,
Carey, James-129, 272
carter, Rick-1-29, 274, 269
Cartwright, Mike-129, 269,
Hook, Marinell-81, 208,
Howman, Conni-82, 226
Huffman, Lani-83, 195,
Huffman, Sonia-83, 215.
270, 231-, 243, 123
Huggett, Brenda-38, 40,
83, 16-1, 172, 189, 201,
202, 282, 122
Huston, Carol-30, 84-, 238
Hutson, Jackiv-84, 265,
lngram, Andra-81, 85, 226,
Jackson, Ann-85, 225, 275
Jackson, Sheila-43, 85,
206, 258, 24-8, 263
James, Joan-86, 219-' 234
James, Jody-86, 193- 275,
Jolie, Linda-86, 206, 274,
Johnston, Mary Ann-
Jones, Rita Jane-87
Jones, Rita Mae-87
Jones, Ruby-87 7
Jordon, Katherinr-87, 226-
Keith, hfarcia-87, 214, 215
Kelly, Patricia-88, 225, 275
Kidd, Suzanne-83 83, 190,
201, 219, 224, 277
King, Gayle-'30, 73. 88
King, Pat-88, 275, 24-0
Kirk, Linda-30, 89, 206,
89, 219, 242, 272
Lance, Betty-167, 189, 89-
264, 261, 260, 270, 271
Lanier, Jackie-210, 211,
Lawson, Janice-90, 208, 209,
Lawson, Vikki-90, 208, 209,
Lee, Conni-90, 250, 321
Commons, Mike-130, 198,
Conner, Dave-130, 2-1-2
Cooper, Jo-130, 183,
Cooper, Rex-130, 270
Crawford, Richard-130, 196
Daniel, Jackie-120, 139
Davis, Carl-130, 198
Davis, Randy-130, 197, 198
de Larios, Bobby-130, 185,
Dandy, Len-196, 259
Donaldson, Tom-207, 211
Duggan, Mike-320, 317
Echols, Wayn-48, '272
Eubanks, Forrest-132, 198,
Loney, Donna-89, 91
Masters, Diane-93, 222
Matlock, Sherry-98, 206,
207, 210, 211, 212
May, Sharon-93, 208
Mayabb, Gloria-50, 93, 266
MeClung, Carolyn-94, 209
ftlcGee, Edna-238, 229, 2-16
MeGuffey, Rita-94, 227,
McMurray, Lea-94, 208,
McPhail, Danene-94, 247
Mitchell, Rose Ann-96, 30,
Morgan, Kaye-97, 208, 226
Morris, Judy-97, 207, 210,
ltfoultnn, llfarsha-97, 236
Murray, Judy-98, 207, 275
Nedbalek, Gloria-98, 223
Nickens, Karen-38, 98, 164
177, 189, 201, 220, 236,
Norling, Sandra-'98, 248
Ogle, Nancy-98, 215, 227
164, 174, 200,
O lctree Janice
Orman, Barbara-98, 206,
Owens, Brenda-100, 210
Oxford, Judy-100, 236
Parker, Ann-100, 220
Parker, Karen-100, 227
Patrick, Patricia-100, 277
Pattison, Nancy-101, 209,
Patton, Pat-61, 101
Patton, Tamera-101, 250,
Pazick, Elizabeth-101, 207
Pearce, Kathy-46, 78. 101,
195, 215, 248, 263, 259,
Gardner, Keith-132, 195,
Garrison, Kerry-132, 126,
320, 317 A
Gentry, Danny-132, 222
Gibbons, Lloyd-132, 201
Goethals, Ronny-133, 201
Goswick, Garry-133, 272
Goswick, Larry-45, 132
Gouge, LeRoy-133, 198,
Green, David-290, 133, 296
Hampton, Phil-133, 307,
Penny, Lynn-101, 228
Pierce, Patsy-103, 208,
Pitts, Ingrid-103, 208, 25-1-
Pointer, Paula-103, 208, 236
Ponder, Judy-103, 266,
Pope, Rebecca-103, 250
Presley, Jann-104, 238
Pruitt, Becky-104, 189, 220
Pr11itt, Judy-63, 77, 104,
206, 211, 220
Purdy, Jan-104, 197, 198,
Quillin, Linda-49, 51, 99,
175, 198, 261, 196, 118
Rawlings, Weerla-105, 254
Ritchie, Pam-105, 265, 270
Roberts, Paula-48, 105, 272
Robinson, Karen-105, 209
Rosson, JoAnn-107, 275
Saxton, Carol-227, 108
Sellers, Sally-220, 275,
240, 272. 108
Shelton, Ellen-234, 272, 108
Shipley, Mary Lou-275,
262, 53, 108
Simmons, Mary--1-6, 223
Simmons, Sandy-275, 109
Sims, Sue-226, 109
Smith, Sharon-208, 109
Smith, Sherri-254, 272, 109
Starr, Jan-38, 164, 179, 111
Stone, Vicki-38, 43, 45,
164, 167, 170, 201, 202,
Strawn, Vernia-208, 111
Strieklin, Ellen-180, 189,
258, 261, 260, 248, 263,
Henson, Roger-134, 307,
309, 310, 312
Hill, Dean-114, 223
Howington, Mike-134, 255
Jacobs, Don-134-, 168, 290,
298, 305, 307, 309, 313,
314, 126, 323, 321
LeFore, Lynn-307, 309,
Johnson, Randy-134, 272
Kirhy, B61-by-197, 198,
Koclsch, A. C.-
LeFlore, Lynn-307, 309, 317
Lloyd, John-197, 199, 269,
Talkington, Gail-272, 111
Tauzin, Sherri-189, 190,
Taylor, lilvslva-207, 210, 211
Terry, Sandra-30, 210, 2611.
Tipton, Nancy-221, 269, 112
Urhan, Sherry-221, 111
Vernon, Nanvy-166, 189.
200, 201, 258, 263, 111
Vihroek, Sandra-139, 190,
191, 201, 215, 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'are, Linda-227, 283, 115
Webb, Susan-190, 221, 116
Wlells, Barbara-197, 199.
Wesberry, Judy-250, 116
Wheatley, Joan-255, 116
Wilemon, Sandi'-12, 82,
182, 203, 117'
Waking, Linda-275, 229.
Williams, Betty-222, 223.
1Vi1liams, llilda-251, 275,
Wise, Sheri-225, 27-1, 231.
Xvolfe, Darlene-178, 189.
201, 221, 286. 234, 118
Wood, Diane-30, 221
Wood. Winifred-176, 198.
206, 210, 211, 196, 229,
Wright, Toni-208, 119
Yates, Wanda-207, 119
Yeager, Donna-221, 221,
275, 269, 23-l-, 119
Yeager, Kay-38, 16-1, 189.
208, 209, 194, 119
Lockhm, Gary-30, 254, 215
Lord, Braxton'--291. 190.
Mackey, Robert-156. .269
Magee, Fred-48, 239
May, Jaekir-136, 139
MrCrum, Kerry-136, 212
McLaughlin, Fat-18, 138.
168, 181, 189, 201, 270.
274-, 276, 269, 272
McLelland, Thomas-136. 231
Mitchell, Steve-291, 137
206, 207, 259
Moore, Owen-198, 196
Moulden, Billy-137, 139,
Mozley, Mike-137, 317
Nall, Donald-137, 272
Neal, Richard-137, 230,
Nolan, Freddie-48, 137,
138, 319, 317
0'Brien, Michael-138, 229
Patrick, Weldon-197, 272
Patterson, Bill-138, 207
Paulos, Kermit-133, 197,
Peck, David-138, 269, 259
Akin, Barbara-273, 227
Allen, Charlinv:-261, 260,
236, 251, 272, 259
Anderson, Nelda-273, 215,
236, 226, 237
Barkworth, Anne-218, 215,
Barnes, Nancy-198, 196,
242, 269, 243
Blakeway, Cindy-45, 49,
120, 168, 183, 201, 203,
299, 223, 126, 251
-Branum, Beverly-129, 248
Brewer, Suzi-tte-129, 237
Brooks, Kriss-129, 190,
201, 218, 27'7
Burke, Kathy-49, 129, 190,
201, 203, 205
Campbell, Ginger-129, 222
Campbell, Sandra-129, 248,
Ca-raway, Lana-30, 129
Christina, Sue-129, 208
Cobble, Mary-129, 273, 272,
Coldwell, Janet-130, 218,
Coleman, Judy-130, 274,
Corley, Carolyn-130, 206,
218, 236, 237
Crawford, Paula--130, 222,
Adams, Benny-148, 199,
Alderman, Lee-148, 273
Bechtel, Bill-149, 199, 196
Bennett, Kenneth-149, 232
Poore, Roger-139, 269, 272
Poteet, Dickie-139, 269
Potts, Meredith-139, 190,
Rankin, Mike-288, 139
Roberts, Jack-140, 190,
Rowell, Jerry-318, 317
Dager, Rebecca--130, 218,
Dale, Linda-130, 208, 255
Davie, Diane-130, 168
200, 201, 269, 277, 223,
Diaz, Mary-199, 196
Diebold, Frances-218, 240,
Drum, Sandy-184, 203, 277
Edwards, Harriet-208, 240
Ethel, Cathy-226, 272
Fain, Sharon-132, 218
Field, Sharon-132, 213
Ford, Pamela-132, 244
Fykes, Marilyn-30, 132
Gear, Pat-132, 209
Griffin, Patsy-133, 222
Gundy, Theresa-133, 210,
Gunn, Virginia-133, 198,196
Halpin, Dain:-133, 206,
Harper, Jeanie-133, 222
Harrison, Joyce-133, 259
Hatchel, Patricia-133, 201,
Heincn, Ann-134, 219, 274
Hill, Shirley-134, 227, 229
Holt, Gayle-134, 209, 236
aoyd, Phillip-149, 228,
Bragg, Johnnie-149, 207,
Seabourn, Johnny-206, 210
Sherrill, Arlan-141, 197,
Shults, Bob-141, 207
Sibley, Tommy-141, 307,
309, 314, 315
Smith, James-141, 233
Sparks, Richard-142, 290
Stafford, Allan-142, 197,
St. Aubin, Duke-140
Tapp, John-142, 226
Tccr, Whit-142, 272
Thaxton, Glenn-142, 45
Theis, C. A.-142, 190
Howard, La Donna-134
Howell, Sherry--134, 208,
Jackson, Charlotte-34, 219,
Jacobs, Ann-134, 272
James, Toni-134, 272
James, Toni-134, 195, 283
Jones, Laura-134, 227, 272
KaPP, Mary Jo-219, 274
King, Donna-198, 196, 248
Kirkpatrixtk, Toni-219, 226
Heddin, Donna-133, 234
Hcifner, Greta-30, 133,
Lanham, Carol-275, 226
Lannom, Marilou-270, 228
Lodcn, Kay-30, 226
Lopez, Mary-198, 196
Martin, Linda-136, 208, 228
Matlock, Penny-136, 209
McCroan, Wilette-136, 219,
269, 240, 272
McElvany, Linda-136, 226,
Medina, RoseMary-137, 273
Merideth, Ann-137, 195,
Miller, Joyct.-137, 195,
Miller, Joyce-137, 219,
Miller, Patty-137, 209
Mitchell, Darla-137, 209,
196, 269. 229
Morrison, Lana-137, 255,
Caldwell, Jcrry-149, 273
Clayton, George-150, 189,
195, 211, 146, 251, 243
Thomas, Duncan-142, 197,
198, 269, 248, 259
Tullos, Richard-143, 197,
Tullos, Richard-143, 197,
Vaughn, King-143, 222
Veal, Roy-46, 143, 223
Vessed, Charles-198, 196
Voight, Peter-143, 255,
Myers, l.ee Nan-137
Napier, Carol-137, 208, 272
Novak, Linda-42, 137, 220,
Owings, Rosalyn-138, 209
Pace, Gail-138, 226
Paul, Dulu-138, 220, 227,
Paync, Linda-138, 248
210, 220, 227
Peterson, Mary 'Ann-138
Plate, Tina-139, 259
Pointer, Pattie-139, 207
Powell, Ronda-139, 215,226
Purdy, Gay-220, 139, 227
Reynolds, Nancy-140, 227,
Rice, Joyc-120, 222
Richardson, Rita-120, 272
Riley, Jaylyn-140, 227
Rilcy, Maylyn-140, 227
Robinson, Mary-140, 210,
211, 197, 198, 206, 269,
240, 248, 213
Rockett, Jolintla-140, 206
248, 247, 244
Ross, Chaunita-140, 208,
Round, Dianne-140, 198,
Ryan, Gail-140, 197, 199,
Samuel, Sylvia-140, 214,
Sharp, Patsy-220, 230, 231,
Sherron, Jennifer-141, 245
190, 220, 227, 126
Shew, Linda-141, 215, 229
Sirles, Donna-141, 237
Smith, Karen-141, 135, 227,
cook, David-150, 198,
Curtis, Ben-150, 254, 248,
Warrick, Eddie-143, 197,
Waslibtirti, Lee-143, 197,
Wheat, Richard-144, 291
Wiggs, Bruce-144, 230
Williams, Bill-124, 223 ,
Williams, Mark-143, 222 1
Yeatts, Bobb-145, 254, 255
Smith, Linda-141, 221,
269, 240, 228
Snyder, Phyllis-141, 255,
Sparling, Jane-142, 236,
Stone, Laura-142 1
Stubbs, Beverly-142, 209
Tarpley, Bobbie-142, 221,
Tate, Hilda-142, 208, 240,
'236, 226, 247, 244
Taylor, Patricia-142, 226
Thomas, Jo Nell-142, 237
Thompson, Glynda-142, 222
Tipton, Bonnie-142, 242
'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
Wheeler, Kay-143, 195,
206, 240, 228
Wilburn, Judy-144, 274,
Willig, Elaine-144, 201,
195, 221, 277, 276, 269,
Wood, Ann-144, 247, 237
Wood, Joyct-144, 226
Wrighi, Vicki-46, 144, 223
Wyrick, Linda-144, 244
Yarber, Marianne-145, 215,
Yarbrough, Beverly-145, 227
Youmans, Carolyn-145, 269,
Young, Beverly-145, 226
Young, Brenda-145, 226
Young, Phyllis--145, 227
Denney, Roland-150, 197,
199, 206, 211
Dennis, Benny-150, 232
Dicus, Chuck-150, 169,
187, 277 A
Dunlap, Jim-151, 197, 199
Easley, Craig-151, 273
Edwards, Bill-151, 199, 248
aucett, Dean-151, 273
elder, Marc-151, 169
ong, Ronald-151, 2-18
oranson, Bruce-152, 254.
Grimland, Dan-152, 197
Halpin, Jerry-152, 321
Hammack, Pal-152, 199
Harrod, Lloyd-152, 232
Harry, Jackie-152, 290, 291
Hendrix, Bill-152, 198, 243
Higgs, Robert-152, 206
Alexander, Judy-148, 211
Amis, Marsha-148, 244
Amis, Patricia-148, 250
Arnold, Wanda-148, 204
Askue, Pat-148, 254, 215
Averre, Betty-148, 234
Bain, Melanie-148, 169,
Baker, Susie-148, 229
Barker, Linda-148, 236
Barnett, Betty-148, 244
Bell, Linda-143, 244
Bell, Melani-148, 195,
258, 250, 273
Bennett, Becky-148, 199,
Biver, Josephine-148, 242,
Bland, Bobbie-148, 273
Bolton, Donna-148, 236
Boyer, Margaret-148, 208
Brattom, Sharon-148, 23-1
Brownlee, Judi-149, 195
Bryant, Brenda-38, 149,
186, 204, 277
Camp, Sherry-1-19, 273,
Cannon, Janis-149, 211, 273
Carter, Candy-149, 273.
Castle, Jane-149, 198, 196
Chandler, Susan-149, 245
Clanton, Joan-149, 215,
Horton, Terry-153, 232
Howell, Bill-153, 243
Hughes, Tommy-153, 198
Huston, Dennis-153, 324
Jacobson, Tom-153, 211
Jones, Don-153, 242
Killion, Bruce-154, 273
Kirkpatrick, Jeff-154, 213
Lewis, Ronnie-154, 243
Lipseomp, Gary-15-1, 189
Maret, Bob-154, 248
Clayton, Teresa-49, 150,
204, 1-16, 251
Coleman, Marsha-150, 236
Cook, Sara-150, 229-
Cooper, Deborah-30, 150,
Culver, Linda-150, 24-1
Darling, Jennifer-150, 250
Davis, Jani'-150, 209, 236
Davis, Linda-150, 243, 241
Davis, Patty-150, 247
Day, Donna-150, 237
Denny, Debbi-150, 188.
Dcrry, Cheryl-150, 208
Dewey, Sandra-150, 228,
Dickerson, Janice-150, 211
Duckworth, Linda- 151
Dybvig, Barbara-151, 241
Fagala, Brenda-151, 273,
Folsom, Vicki-151, 244
Folstadt, Maroba-151, 229,
Frey, Sandra-151, 244
Garrett, MaryAnn-151, 211
George, Betty-151, 246
Glass, Karen-152, 246
Gleiscr, Barbara-152, 236
Mays, Mike-155 .
McDowell, Doug-155, 211
Merrill, Pat-156, 2-1-3
Mulkey, Mike-156, 248
Nichols, Ken-156, 232
Nolan, Joe-156, 209, 248
Parker, Tommy-157, 243
Parr, Mike-157, 199
Peoples, Larry-157, 198
Pickle, Doug-157, 197,
Poole, Don-157, 197, 199,
Raines, Johnny-157, 230,
Rced, Marty-158, 32-I
Goswick, Margaret-152, 258,
Gricc, Linda-152, 273, 24-5
Hnrvdwick, Susan-152, 206,
Hare, Tommie-152, 198,
Harris, Carolyn-209, 236
Harris, Martha-152, 273
Hawthorne, Judy-152, 237,
Haynes, Susie-152, 245
Hennig, Barbara-152, 229
Hensley, Celia-30, 152,
Hines, Donna-152, 248, 245
Hodges, Phyllis-49, 152,
Holland, Carol-152, 211
Howell, Brenda-153, 242,
Hubert, Marty-153, 146
236, 247, 244, 324
Jackson, Nora-153, 198, 196
Jones, Cheryl-153, 245
Jordon, Kathy-153, 211
Jung, Becky-153, 207
Kattcs, Evelyn-153, 250,
Keeley, Cynthia-273, 250
Kester, Eleanor-153, 211
Key, Rebecca-154, 248
Kirby, Carol-154, 208
Kohler, Sue-154, 208, 237
Land, Patricia-211, 229
Lange, Cindy-154, 324
Rowdcn, Dennis-158, 230,
- Jimmy-158, 269
ford, Ricky-158, 324
ns, Dean-158, 188,
ns, Joe-158, 186
, Roger-159, 243
Levi, Laura-154, 245
Lewis, Dianne-154, 211, 237
Lewis, Margaret-154, 234,
198, 237, 324
Marks, Sherri-154, 237,
Martin, Marsha-154, 237
Mashewske, Jane-154, 248
Mathis, Patricia-154, 236,
Mattorn, Kay-155, 273, 250
Maynard, June-155, 208,
McFerrin, Carolyn-155, 211
McGee, Cathy-155, 211, 248
ght, Jamie-155, 248
Ginger-156, 273, 324
Joan-156, 208, 248
Nancy-156, 205, 228
Nancy-156, 205, 228
Gail-156, 169, 236,
Morphis, Diane-156, 258,
250, 243, 246
Morphis, Quinn-156, 196,
Morris, Nan-'156, 198, 196,
Nelson, Cathy-149, 205, 229
Odell, Kathy-156, 246
Ogletree, Annette-156, 211
Bridget-157 , 273
Pate, Carolyn-157, 211
Patrick, Cathy-157, 228
on , Kathy-157, 229
Vessel, Charles-160, 196,
Voight, Reinhard-160, 196,
Warren, L. K.-
Waters, Mike-161, 324
Wells, Charles- ,
Wheat, Jim-161, 198, 196
197, 198, 243
Williams, Tommy-161, 232
Winn, David-161, 232
Withrow, Jackie-197, 199,
Peace, Gail-157, 245
Perry, Brenda-157, 273,
Plate, Marla-157, 198, 215,
196, 236, 228
Ray, Sue-158, 324
Recer, Barbra-158, 236
Remes, Jan-158, 247
Rich, Becky-158, 247, 234
Ridgeway, Joyce-158, 248,
Robinson, Lynn-158, 273,
193, 199, 196
Ruff, Gilda-158, 245
Ryan, Judy-158, 198, 248
Samuel, Cynthia-158, 208,
Schell, Marriane-158, 250,
Sharpe, Paula-158, 211
Shaw, Donah-49, 158, 187,
Shelton, Debbi-158, 247
Six, Sara-158, 199, 273, '
Skelton, Gay-158, 211
Skinner, Susan-158, 211,
Smiley, Marsha-159, 211
Smith, Beth-159, 211
Spence, Linda-159, 198,
Spong, Pam-159, 198, 207,
Struck, Debbie-159, 247,
snrbbs, Frances-159, 211 3
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Testa, Mary-159, 211
Thompson, Jean-159, 211
Thompsos, Pat-159, 248,
Turner, Cherry-160, 248
Valdez, Beth-160, 243
Varner, Raenell-160, 246
Vlbrock, Evelyn-160, 242,
Walker, Dauya-160, 246
Walker, Kathryn-160, 211
Walker, Margaret-160, 199,
Wall, Pam-160, 199, 196
Warren, Karen-160, 250,
Waters, Dianw160, 199
Westcrheim, Jan-161, 236,
Widmcr, Diannew161, 245
Willbern, Linda-161, 246
Williams, Suzann1?161, 2
Ycarout, Pam-30, 161,
195, 248, 246
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