Gonzales High School - Lexington Yearbook (Gonzales, TX)

 - Class of 1975

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Q M- My + i , AQ , The Lexingfon I 975 Volume 45 Ediiorz Linda Miller Phoiographg Edi+or: Debbie Seger Tomorrow's Memories Siudeni Life . . - .... 4 Faculfg .... . . . .262 Classes .... .... 5 Personaliig 4 . . . . . l l2l Organizaiions . . . . . . 136 Afhlefics- - f - . 202 Ad'-5 and Index . . . . . .QQUT W ' 4 f 1 I 7 Z I ' A W , A . 1 -I 3 ' 73- 1 A, Qiudeni Life Editor: Linda Miller U Q. 1 1 1 4 11" 3 gm Remember When i . I 'Q wiv 37: N ffibl' fTiF""i,'l J. My uf X., Memories are precious to all of us. They will always be in our minds and hearts to remind us of the way we were. Remember how G.H.9. was +he scene of peculiar sighis? Poor Mrs. Bell -- What a strange class Wx nf: L -thx. I Is Mrs. Malaiek sleeping on the job or distressed over second period attendance folders? 7 ng 33 Your day will qome, Leslie." Why the speaker? ,, whgKZg,,g,mi,H 'W ki' Q , kr Y ,,,,,f ,, . W 41 1 W . A W 2 5 ,f 4 Air' f ,Syl ,pf X W ,W Q 'rfgaulrevr ' an M ,,,,,,,. . 4. A, Remember the exciTmen1ofFridcys - during cmd ofier school? Remember how some peoplejusi naiurallg aHrac+ed aHen+ion for no appareni reason? 1- 9'4- , li-x UIQS-N is gm Toot, foot! x ige e .L-3.-:mmf-f I Q 2:2-Q Cha, cha, cha - Russell Uh, Doll, W5 me-H "What a bummer, who wants to march anyway? Remember ihe times +ha+ help and suppori was fhere? Comparing and co ' M ' s R: 9 0 pying Hh ome thing! Z1 "Don'f be so difficult, I didn'1wri1efhis book." ' Q Q n Nu' grveww -51 if "I fold you she was going to fake our picture." 'Num F I3 Watch it Buddy, fhafs my heart and besides, you shouldn'f be so nosey!" Glenda looks for a good ol' ieor ierker. S 1 f I l l v .e , M15 3 g 2 ,,m.,,o..,, ' 3 l ,,,, ,.,v, . , -I l f H'-mf A ' lr ll Ill ll 3 . Remember how school involved all ,f W kinds of aolivilies? Remember how ihe rouiine was alwags changing? "Wait, lef m p Eohn Basquez shows his great coordination which he has acquired over the last ien years. K, .... ls it supposed fo make that funny noise? Remember the times that the Lexington Photographer caught you off guard? Coach Hodges has a hard time getting the attention of his team What are we celebrating? lu., "I just need to move around a little, con't sit still too much Ionger." I9 Sf? Iii? Keith Zumwalt practices for his future secretarial career. Watch "I refuse to cry!" out, Mrs. Malatek! i Sophomore girls are fascinated with Dave Daniel's eating techniques A Remember how The largest por? of the doy was spent in deep concen- frcfion? Remember how school meant one thing to one student and another to another student? "What does it look like l'm doing?" K K "I'm glad Mr. Gloss didn't mind faking The door off the hinges for us." -- Hui.. 'Q if-e12..f i FX, i g K 5 , ,,.-f- "How does this thing work?" Remember the times that school was enter- icining? You got o chance to ect out and maybe see c movie. MW ge , .m,1Qmm ,,.,. in- ? .l.. 1 " Time passes so quickly and it seems only yesterday that I was stepping off the plane, from South Africa, an inno- cent unsuspecting exchange student, quickly to be trans- formed into that "all-American boy" that they talk of in "Bye Bye Birdie." I have learned a lot in my year and have grown consider- ably through experience. Experience is what life can show a person through open, unrestricted contact with it. Expe- rience is something that I believe in and, with a touch of sensitivity and perceptiveness thrown in, I don't believe that there is any other formula for a deep and true rela- tionship with Iife. When much is learned, much must be given, and the giving must come from all concerned. When one gives, whatever it may be - a touch of kind- ness, a flower, or a deep sincere friendship - someone else will learn from your sharing, and this is love. When one hurts, bleeds with happiness with the realization that to be happy, he must know sorrow, and to truly enioy the life, he has no other choice but to face it and smile and say, "Tomorrow will be a good day, and I will take flow- ers from fields of green, and streams and birds will call to me in my rapture and I will give it all to others." Michael Boon .5 A.. W, -:wa Faculig Ediforz Sharon Logan 1. , 3 max: 1 ., L : 4 ,lnrnu-H, V,- Remember fhe ieacher thai uperintendent Mr. Fred A. Havel, Jr. As superintendent of Gonzales Independent School District, Mr. Fred A. Havel, Jr. has a busy schedule in overseeing the many phases of the system. His high personal standards and readiness to help anyone at anytime estab- lish him as a true friend to everyone associated with him. He strives to make our school district one that will be of benefit to each and every student. In a year full of challenge and critical legislation for education superintendent Fred A. Havel, Jr. made time in his schedule to bid farewell to our first rotary exchange student, Michael Boon. l A moment for a casual chat is rare for these two busy N people, but preparing for homecoming rehearsals pro- vided the opportunity. Secretary Mrs. W. R. Blundell, Tax Assessor Mr. Jack Talley. Board of Trustees for Gon- zales High School: TOP ROW: Mr. Carroll Erwin, Mr. Gordon Finely, Mr. Henry Schmidt, Mr. Gilbert Philippus. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Zilpha Newton, Mr. Otto Gindler, Miss Odelle Hamilton, Mr. Fred Droupy. CENTRAL OFFICE: TOP ROW: Mrs. Myra McCavit, Mrs. Carol Wiley, Miss Odelle Hamilton. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Mildred Baker, Mrs. Jeannie Noack, Mrs. Gloria Grantham. MRS. RITA HENDER- i DR. ARNOLD PAYNE, Administrative SHOT, Elementary Assistant - Counselor. Curriculum. MRS. OAKS, Administrative Assistant - Elementary. 29 Thomas E Burrows Principal William B. Glass Assislanl Princip 1 44' 1 4 -ww 43 S W 'S eg.: i,iii , ' 'Q if .- MR. THOMAS E. BURROWS B.S., U.T.: M.S., S.W.T.S.U. MR. WILLIAM B. GLASS B.S., M.E. S.W.T.S.U. , af li. 'le if-, V--" if-W - 1-iff ' '3f'l'l A sf Qty The responsibilities of a high school principal are vast. Conducting the practice sessions for the annual Homecoming festivities and hosting state officials, such as State Representative Patman are but two of the many commitments Mr. Thomas E. Burrows met this year. Li? .-ig, si' i l ,f f X, A ,fs ts,,t t. 2 1 J' 'l is H vs ' , .- w - ,-. ' ' is Mr. Bill Glass assistant principal is another mentor and friend at GHS who can be relied upon to assist us with problems. He dis- penses justice, collects excuses, rides herd on several thousand text books and does it all with ci warm smile. 31 Aides and Oflice Qiaff MRS. SALLY GLASS Counselor ' A L '1L' .L.. LL L LLL LLLL f f- '---i L 1- f . L MRS. EDNA LL VACKAR Regisfrar ffm LL L L L LLLLL L L L L -L-,L1 ...gf LL L LL . .L J., MRS- TRUDY MR. KENNETH L. MERLAM MALATEK A . L -f K ' ' Homebound Courses AdYTlIl'1ISTI'GTlVe SSISTGDT . Q ,--- .ggi I W In Charge of Tronsportahon i . . . .37 .K QA K i .. - ' QP V LLL1 LL' VLL, L f- .---,.Yx . ., . kg. :ww m .. N.., .M .f. fu..,w1unmwmnwmmA um:.NuNwwfQ:4.:1mma.w--:-- A- NURSES: MRS. EVA K. JACKSON, MRS. JEAN DREYER OFFICE STAFF AND AIDES TOP ROW: MRS. NONA MALATEK MRS. MARLA MALATEK MRS. MARIE CURRIE MRS. JEANIE SALAZAR STANDING: MRS. SALLY STOREY MRS. NINA ARTHUR Social Studies . -F UI MAGAIXNES Sfmgyf W-A 'L 'W :SSP A: A A A ,, 332 "" N V , A A - ' I 2 ff L, sn. fi N ra" .1 "Let's try it this way!" .K in ,-QM. . !A Z i....i 5 MR. WARREN J. BAKER B.S., S.W.T.S.U. MR. JOHN W. DAVIS f M ,W 7 B.S., S.W.T.S.U. MRS. GINNY KARLOS B.S., U. of Ill. MRS. KAREN KOHLENBERG B,A., T.L.C. Mrs. Kohlenberg lectures on the interesting aspects of American History. 33 Language Arts , .ig it l S I 'W x 4?v H MRS. BERYL BOSWELL MRS. SUSAN DENMAN MRS. JEAN H1NDS MRS. JANICE PINCKARD B.A., Baylor B.5., S,W.T.S.U. B.S., S.H.S.U. B.S., S.W.T.S,U. Mrs. Boswell proudly displays her clock given to her by the Latin ll class. Mrs. Ploeger seems to be involved with the equipment from the Media Center. , be as sv fi-.555 Q :P K, N w. ., MRS. SHIRLEY PIRKLE sh gf- i Mgt., ,,..,, . Q, . K B.A.,T.L.C. Q 1 I r M i MR. GENARO A. SALDANA MRS. THERESA SMITH L B.A., Texas ALI. B.S., Baylor MRS. BERNADINE PLOEGER B.S,, s.w.T.s.u. MRS. IVALEE REAVES M.A., Baylor Mrs Smith never fails to help a student when there is a problem at hand! Mrs. Reaves discusses assignments with her students during English II class. 35 A . MR. FRANK C. HINDS B.S., A.8-M. MAT, Duke Mr. Smith lectures during chemistry class on the Gas Lows. 'i'fZ Z ,s, -. If-ge, WW 1, Vw. X WP," ik, A ww x -. V ,v 5 MR. Jesse sMirH B.A., Fisk u. M.S. Prcrie View, A.8.M. Science ...ww eg fr s 3 1 f,..wN ,,,,,.,...o-""""" and-0 X, .A bu as . U Mr. Hinds assists Debbie Schellenberg with her Biol ogy experiment. 3 I f-wmv... 0 K ' --Nf,.....,s..,. X.. "ff, .L 1" i if 'Q 'fx N i Q 5 1- 'Q . .M.f.. . fi: A 1 , . Q W. I aa ,,. .. -3 . 4 is X A .,, 3 ,fr i tv "" " 13 .g., ." fv- Q Mies. CAROLYN HARRELL s.s.A., M.a.A., U,T. MRS. GLORIA MAPLES s.s.A., u.T. MRS. COLLEEN MAREK B.S., Stephen F. Austin Business Mrs. Marek is busy at work grading papers. ii- fd.,- 44' Mrs. Maples discusses a problem with Sharon Logan during Bookkeeping Maihemaiics I , 1944 rf I2 5' gf w i .:, X NWS In ' I .w I MRS. SANDRA DUBOSE MRS. MARILYN PARSLEY MRS. LUPE SALDANA B.A., S.W.T.S.U. B.S., S.W.T.S.U. B.S., A.8-I.5 "I told you once how to do it." M.A., L.S.U. 1 Y f-qw., ,Ns 1 004' I "Should I give him The point or not? 'DS MRS. PRISCILLA BELL B.S., U. of III. ir 4, ine Art In Mrs. Bell's fifth period class, many things take place, a play, ci speech, and even a laugh. '- v s,,' mfg!! uurattx situ, :S 1 ' 4 nfl 4 yr' it in ! i l 1 7 K Mrs. Bell discusses plans with assistant director, Debbie Seger, during the fall musical of "Bye, Bye Birdie." 'W 33334 if S . Z 91 , n LI"f,- 'frh vw W W MR- HERB KARNAU Mr. Karnau and Mr. Kohlenberg Take time out to play dof-fo-do? with Mrs. B.S.,T.L.C. K Io i M.Ed.,S.W.T,S,U. ,17 A 7 or S' X! f - I MR. RANDY KOHLENBERG C7 ef ? f fizzfi-'HK c1'.'l'f54fe'5'v?L'1f-sf-,fe-iff? eff-"2"7'Zg""7i"jZ .,J4'Z7"732ff-1.45 gif VIP' "Ld: CQ fizfz? W5 ff'i3f1'f'1" Q 'Aff 1 V , U 1 ,N Y L , ffzfifffcfcff ag' -?f..Z3ff2i?fL,df4f-if M -'L e42fj+4faf2. ,,ffVWQa -Pgfegiv, A, h . iv' ,V A I e ll l ffflff M 9 59 fi?-Q-74-4 Y' ,ffzfimfff-7--v M, W N . 'VLKIZ .,m.5l,g,,,,,, ,fi lijifxdgffr-afii' gel? ,J -.1 fl 1 L'Cff Q. ,f ,,fsf7,f1Q,,f'i, -Af'7fXf-5-"Pri I 6 Hy!! all Mr. Karnau is always ' ready To lend a helping h a n d . Q ,f e ,171 l74fQ,gg,,fazl :Ulf fl! -f V ff ,ff ,V fi Qu. 1 vm..-R' Home Economics ls.. MRS. IZORA BROTHERS MRS. ANNE HAVEL MRS. MARY MENKING MRS. ARVA NELL NEEDHAM B.S., Baylor B.S., S.W.T.S.U. B.S., S.W.T.S.U. B.S., S.W.T.S.U. There is never a dull moment dur- ing Mrs. Need- ham's Homemak- ing class. Q W Q 524' wb. The annual Christmas Coffee given by the Homemaking Department is enjoyed by the faculty members. 0 "'1 " t ar W o r , 3 55 . l Q it ., .,.... I E55 1 yjigszziggfr ,U Q w . X Q. Special Services A fr f l A an ,cs Q .Q 3. Q . . ,W H43 , vs 5 7 kr MR. ROYCE BLUNDELL B.A., U.T. MRS. CLARA FRYER B.S.g M.E.D. Huston Tillitsong Prorie View ALM. MISS YVONNE VERLANDER B.S., U.T. Decisions . . . Decisions . -. . Decisions ff. , A: Mrs. Fryer confers with her students about class notes. - 4? Q ,Zu ' .1 ,N A , - ' ,m,t,gg, mx 2' t Y :M ,f i X fa' MRS. MARY KNIGHT B.S., S.W.T.S,U. MRS. PEGGY SHULER Baylor The library provides appropriate material to supplement the courses at GHS. With the help of the librarians, students find materials needed for various classes. ' ' W' Af .f -,-22.111 .. Librarians 2, s 0 0 NR ,,. ff ,Et ' Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Shuler take time to acquaint themselves with the materials needed by students e l 111 K f R- ii. .... .,.... A G - t ..... Physical Education if? 'l v- ii r All 4,4 rl.i 2 MRS. PATSY DAVIS B.S., S.W.T.S.U. MR. ERVIN CKODRE B.S., Trinity U. "l'Il bet my girls' P.E. class can beat your class." Mrs, Davis stresses the importance of Physical Education. Mrs. David grades her P.E, girls on their class participation V432-W ZR: ' . LW,Le.2x .W 5 V ffW1tf., - ' -5+ at Q C. -M , ,S ,, I V , 1. A 1 612 3 me ia? MR. JERRY BIVINS MR. JACK HEARD B.S.,S.W.T.S.U. B.A.,S.H.S.U. are I W' - 3? MR. RICKY JACOB MR. VICTOR SALAZAR B.A., Lamar U, B.S., S.H.S.U. H l'll make it this time! 1.5 Coaches Bivins, Ckodre, and Heard back the team with their strength. 'e ..., -r "' rv. 'A' I. rr my ,A ,, 3 '--- , - .f ' ' 1 - .S . f Ax Vocaiional Educaiion 4948 .X wg Q MR. JOHN FLOYD B.S. and M.A., S.W.T.S.U. MR. NORWOOD COTTWALD, JR. 8.5. and M.E.D., S.W.T.S.U. MR. GRAY JUREK U.T. and A.M. Mr. Karlos makes suggestions fo Debbie Kunfschik. 2 3 5 s 1 i 5 5 3 "Am I glad if's Friday!" ln. fire 5 .Mx rm., 1 W gA-.,j'.1?421f5:!5:f3 I H MR. T. L. KARLOS B.A., U. of Ill. "lt would help if you plugged if in!" MR. PAT KELLY B.S., A.81M. .Im 4 M127 ATN 'l-if ZX' , I 4. ,Q :Ut 'Q ff: ? V , 'V M R X ll ll V lm' Z A 4 l u - ,,. he .f, me . . 'lfgw V 1 ,4 ij X V, VV1' MR. KELLAR OGLESBY MR. VERNON PERSON S.W.T.S.U. U.T. Mr. Floyd shows his students how To use a cut ting torch. "' ,, ani' 1. Maintenance .M , , A :.i-:: :,,,,,- ,, ,,,, .. ff. 4 . 'N Illl . .A 'B I ..,, , " '1 s F I rrri ' r BUS DRIVERS: BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth Maltek, Max Tieken, Nesby Cochram, Walter John- son, Charlie Evan, Bill Musgrove. MIDDLE ROW: Otis Johnson, Far- ris Bateman, Edwen Floyd, Melvin Voigt, Edward Lee Finch, Archie Johnson. THIRD ROW: Brice Streety, Ewell Sanders, D. A. For- tune, Lester Henry, Sim Richter, C. R. Smith.. MAINTENANCE CREW: Eddie Sckeske, Pete lnce, Walter Cooley, Virgil Sanders, Edward Lee Fench, Max Tieken. z Pride in G.H.S. was reflected in the fine iob Mrs. Friedrich did in keeping the school clean this past year. CAFETERIA WORKERS: Sylvia Rothrock, Lois Sutton, Mary Ella Gibson, Tracy Kocian, Velma Grauke, Madeline Cuvelier, Annie Siegel, and Nina Mae Oli- ver. f, ,Af no-an mis. Just one of the problems Mrs. Rothrock faced with cafeteria management this year was making ends meet in this inflationary time. MAINTENANCE CREW: Leroy Jones, Bud Ers kine, James McCoy, and Lee Ray Stevens. Classes Editor: Frances Venegas I sf, ' 1 LJ? Q , A 1' -X ,A Q ' ' ilk fn, Remember When We Were Jusi . . Honor Roll - All A's 'Q.' Mariann Billy Boker Barron X Sharon Barla , Kathy Cindy Jane Behlen Boothe Boysen un Tony Brom Suzanne Susan Michael Linda Bryan Sharon Emily Brzozowski Burger Fehner Garvel Glass Glass Hardt -V ' " ' "ff ff' V fb I - 0 x fb., ,gm 'Q -asirrv. -zfo j ' ' H 22' 2' ajzffglfg, b A A I VL ."., ff-H V, ' , f M J on .J M C J yy C f W l n. I V ' s if' '27 rrfg 1 ll hx I Valorie Jean Brad Carolyn Linda Kenneih Jan Howell Johnson Kelly Kocian Leal LePori McCullough y S yyyu if yyyy or or S J seem S iioll ,S , y y A. M I ' ',,,l I Kilo, ,Ri4fA'Q' :,L LVVAV, V HA V , V 1 'SW f ,,,,,.,, s V ,, lv- , li fi ".: 1 f - Linda Kathleen Houston Larry Nalalie James Lori Miller Moore Munson Newton Remschel Schellhase Shuler , ' 'f M 5 ' ' ,fr ' , . 3" A" E J fgwife fs Q 'fc J ., Je f'4"1,y ili' A ' ' M, ' A .I yry '2l'.:'jfgZ,- f .'.',-.1.' ' . f . :?:7'3-:'.4.', 1 J C f-1"--wwf Party Rex Pahi Cindy David Linda Smith Spahn Tomas Vyviala Walshak, Jr. Wood l 52 Honor Roll - 5A's. IB lr " 1 gf., Q s Patricia Ara Cindy DeBerry , ga an ' is A '- !ig'.j syy :N lt Q Jr l' V. Ilene Vicki Jeanne Cathy Donna Shawna Baker Barnett Bartels Boysen Brown Carlson J Toni Jerry Rosie Susan Julie Patricia Eredia Floyd Hodalgo Ince Johnson Johnson W5 f 1 J A Q 5' - nil I fl in Patricia Debbie Jan Christi Melanie Debbie Sally Klein Kuntschik Lester Miller Moore Peterek Ploeger J' I , J 'Hi Tommy Jan Loretta Marshall Diana Karen Poe Reagan Reed Smith Taylor Vcna 53 llllll Senior class officers are: Jean Johnson, president, Patti Tomas, vice president, Jeffery Braune, secretary, and Cindy Boothe, reporter. if 3 Student Council representatives are: Andre Fryer, Johnny Zertuche, Russel! Brunkenhoefer, and Tommy Bludau, stu- dent councii president. Senior sponsors are: Mr. Warren Boker, Mr. Thomas E Burrows, Mrs. Ginny Karlos, and Mr. John Davis. I R' I'f5A"? -'IT - 3 Ex T 21" PN ,1 ' .1-'L ff, TSN E 1 j . Q I iflx -I I T z k XY . -L I , I l"'2l .f N 'f - af MJ ix J Q ,Jax , ., X I 513 ' 4 QQ E l W is .,,--+7-va Y . I - -- -," ..1.1 I my-1 . E 'Jax I I 1-A Q ff 4m ' ff 2 592 Sensor 75 GERALD ALDIS PATRICIA BAILEY ILENE BAKER ROGER BAKER SHARON BARBORAK VICKI BARNETT JEANNE BARTELS KATHY BEHLEN MARY CHARLENE BLACK TOMMY BLUDAU CINDY BOOTHE MICHAEL BOON CATHY BOYSEN JEFFERY BRAUNE LINDA BREWSTER RUSSELL BRUNKENHOEFER SUZANNE BRZOZOWSKI SILBERIO CAMARILLO RICKY CANTRELL LILLIAN CANTU SHAWNA CARLSON MICHAEL CHAPMAN CINDY CONTRERAS 0 I N -'1: . V Vx .K K if ' Ii K. A SHARON BARTA 3 i :ii 5035 1 -A ffi lk if ef fi ,mf K Wiley Walker and Donold Whufe take tume to folk over their senlor prcfure orders ROBYN DANIEL NORMA DAVIS TERRY DEAN SHARON DORA ALICE DREYER JONI DREYER BRUCE DUBOSE FRANCES EVAN LARRY FENNELL DEBBIE FINCH CHARLES FINLEY JERRY FLOYD MICHAEL FOUGERAT ROSIE FRANKLIN ANDRE FRYER JIMMY GANDRE WWW -1 X QW Se n io r '7 5 3 I I I E ii Ran' .A N... 411' ww -4 'flicflffv f '97 .Q-Mt: ,.. .36 T L-123 Q . Y A A N .5 if it fi 'Sw A ,Km - ey 1 ,..,v "f 111 3' .3 vm , ,Q sg F' 'A Fm! hifi 1' Af f,'i'l'i QW 'rj' .fA ff .. .45 4-'T A x ,Q S. ,.z gf f1 1 5, '-," V7 Auf Senior '75 KAREN GARNER RAY GARZA BRYAN GLASS DARRELL GOTTWALD CHRISTINA JO GRAY HIAWATHA GREATHOUSE EVANGELINE GREEN JOE ANN GREEN YVONNE GREEN PAUL GRIM HENRY HALAMICEK KENNETH HANKE Chris Gray concentrates on finishing her government Icp. This may be the lost year, but it is definitely not the easiest one. DARYL HARBORTH DAVID HAVEL KATHY HELDERSEN LINDA HELMKE RONNIE HIDALGO SUSAN HILL SHIRLEY HOBIZAL WILL HODGES DAVID HOLT DONIS HOOPINGARNER ANN HRNCIRIK CANDY HULL MYRTLE HUNT JAY JACKSON JEAN JOHNSON JUDY JOHNSON PATRICIA JOHNSON DAVID JONES PAULA JONES BRAD KELLEY JAMES KELLEY TIM KLAPUCH ROSELYN KULHANEK GWEN LAMPRECHT I 'WWW gfi I L41E ,,gl ibf Q 4155 I A 1 I . wg A I ",.' K I I' .Ii I Q"l' A 5.3 s, I?-if-I - , 4.44 ff is 4, ' 'Nays . ..,. ...::j'i', 1- Senior '75 LINDA LEAL JEFF LEISSNER DONNA LINDEMANN GLENNA MALATEK TIM MASSIE LARRY McKINNEY MARK McMILLAN KENNETH McNABB FREDDIE MENKING SHARON MIKES CAROLYN MIKESH JOEY MIKESH LINDA MILLER ROGER MILLER DWIGHT MUELKER RAY NEITSCH IS group of sensor men seems to be more Involved meehng which IS ID process Th. . with each other than with the Senior '75 I TERRY NEWTON FRANK OLMOS FRANCES O'NEAL LEROY ORNELAS EUGENE PETRU GLENN PILSNER DEBRA PISCIOTTA SALLY PLOEGER TOMMY POE LEONARD POLK ALLAN PRICE DEBBIE PRITCHARD TIMOTHY QUINTON PATRICIA RICHTER BETTIE RIVERA MICKEY RIVERA RICHARD G RIVERA ROXIE ROBINSON JULIA RODRIGUEZ BETTY SAMPLETON ELI SAMPLETON STEVE SANDERS SHARON SCHELLHASE HENRY SCHMIDT JU? f I f- V 'Q 4 af 41'- awf , 5 1 X gi .1 Ik ' 'kk',. " ,I . 5 Y 'WE' x, y 3 ,' I ,, f .. , 1-V., - nf ,. .QL -. L , ,,.,,,If .,..,, ,f Senior '75 DIANE SCOTT DEBBIE SEGER GARY SHOCK LARRY SIEVERS BRENDA SIMMONS MARSHALL SMITH PATTY SMITH REBECCA SMITH TIM SOMMERLATTE PATRICIA SPAHN CATHY STATON GLENDA STEEN SYLVIA TATE DIANA TAYLOR PATTI TOMAS BRENDA TUMLINSON Mr Burrows Iokes time to assist the seniors in ordering their caps and gowns. Sensor 75 FRANCES VENEGAS PAUL VERCHER DORIS VOIGT SANDY VOLLENTINE CINDY VYVJALA RANDY WALKER RICKY WALKER WILEY WALKER CHRISTINA WATT KENNETH WEBB DELL WHIDDON DONALD WHITE ELIZABETH WILEY CATHY WINDWEHEN MONIE WITT BUTCH WOOTTON JOHNNY ZERTUCHE Dovld Jones feels the splrlf of Christmas as he Iooks at the Senior Christmas Tree .ax 5 " ' ' fr ffm, , .WMM I WW "dl", H, ,f I mf 11 Ai? Aff 4 ALDIS, GERALD - FFA I - 4, Color Committee. BAILEY, PATRICIA - FTA I - 4, Class Representative 3 - 4, Thespians I - 4, Publicity Officer 3 - 4, Art Club I - 3, Newsletter Committee, Pow Wow Staff, Orange Jackets I - 2. BAKER, ILENE - FHA 2 - 4, Historian 3, Senior Goal Committee, Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society. BAKER, ROGER - FFA I - 2, Auto Mechanics 3 - 4, Vica, President, Homecoming Float. BARBORAK, SHARON - DECA 4, FHA 2, Newsletter Committee. BARNEIT, VICKI - FTA I - 2, FBLA 2 - 3, DECA 4, Thespians 2, Orange Jackets, Treasurer, Class Secretary I, Class Treasurer 2, Class Reporter 3, Student Council Car, Senior Flower Committee, Honor Roll I - 2, Quill and Scroll, Head Cheerleader I. BARTA, SHARON - FHA I - 3, Song Leader I, President 2, Vice-President 3, FBLA, Treasurer 4, Homecoming Float Committee, National Honor Society 3 - 4, Spanish Honor Society, President 4, Typing UIL Contest 3, Class Favorite 3. BARTELS, JEANNE - Cheer Committee 4, National Honor Society 4, Librarian Award 3, English Award 3, Band I - 2, UIL Solo and Ensemble I . BEHLEN, KATHY - FHA I, 2, First Vice- President 2, Orange Jackets, President 4, Spanish Honor Society 3 - 4, Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 4, Special Committee Chairman 4, District UIL Typing Contest, FBLA 3 - 4, DECA 4, Cheerleader I, Drill Team 3. Reporter 3 FHA 3 Senior Officer Car Orange Jackets I 4 Vice President 4 BLUDAU TOMMY Letterman s Club 2 4 Student Council President 4, Sergeant at Arms 3, Senior Car Decorating Committee 4, National Honor Society 4, Spanish Honor Socie I - 2- Most Athleti - - - Football I - 4, Honorable Mention, All Zone 4, Basketball I - 4, All Zone 3 - 4, All State Tourney 3, Baseball I - 4, All Zone 3. BOOTHE, CINDY - FTA I - 4, Vice-President 4, Class Reporter 4, Color Committee, Chairman 4, Class Favorite 4, Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2, Orange Jackets I - 2, Homecoming Princess ' soon, MICHAEL ' BOYSEN, CATHY LYNN - FHA I, Second Vice-President, Art Club 2 - 4, President 3 - 4, Homecoming Float Committee, Chairman, Homecoming Princess 4, Girls' State Delegate, Outstanding Art Club Upperclassman 2 - 3, Christopher Columbus Essay Award, Gold Certificate Winner, Houston Livestock Art Show 3 - 4, Orange Jackets I - 3, Drill Team, Lieutenant 2 - 3, Cheerleader I. BLACK, MARY CHARLINE - GAA Court i SENIOR ACHIEVEMENT9 BRAUNE, JEFFERY - Thespinas, Vice- President 2 - 4, Class Secretary 4, Bulletin Board Committee, Class Favorite 3 - 4, Pow Wow Staff 3 - 4, Editor 4, Friendliest, UIL One Act Play 3 - 4. BREWSTER, LINDA - Senior Bulletin Board. BROWN, DAVID - VICA 3. BRUNKENHOEFER, RUSSELL - FFA I - 4, Vice-President I, Treasurer 3, President 4, Student Council Representative 4, Class Secretary 2, Senior Float Committee, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll I . BRZOZOWSKI, SUZANNE - DECA 4, Thespians I - 2, Make-Up, Head 2, FTA I , Senior Gift Committee, Duchess I . CAMARILLO, SILBERIO - Spanish Club I - 2, Building Trades 2 - 3, Radio and TV 4, Senior Car Committee, Track I - 4. CANTRELL, RICKY - DECA, Sergeant at Arms 4, Newsletter Committee. CANTU, LILLIAN - GAA I - 2, Spanish Club 2 - 4, Sweetheart 3, Secretary 4, Senior Goal Committee, President's Physical Fitness Award, Orange Jackets. CARLSON, SHAWNA - Senior Flower Committee, National Honor Society, Honor Roll I - 3, English Award 3. CHAPMAN, MICHAEL- FFA I, Building Trades 3, VICA 3, Special Committee. CONTRERAS, CINDY - Color Committee, Orange Jackets I - 3, FHA I. DANIEL, ROBYN - FHA I - 3, Art Club I, Future Scientists I - 2, Thespians I - 4, Youth for Chirst 3, FTA 4, FHA First Vice- President 4, Senior Officers Car, Orange I Jackets 2, Band I, Co-Editor Pow Wow. DAVIS, NORMA - Thespians 4. DEAN, TERRY - Thespians I - 4, Board of Directors, Business Manager, FTA 2, Junior Historians I, Senior Poster Committee. DORA, SHARON - FHA I - 3, Orange Jackets I - 3, GAA I - 3, Goal Committee, Track 2 - 3, Presidential Physical Fitness Award I - 3. , L FTA I, Youth for Christ 2, FBLA 3 - 4, Parliamentarian 4, Thespians 4, Christmas Senior Alley, Spanish Honor Society 2 - 4, UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest 2 - 4, UIL All District Band DREYER, JONI - Thespians 3 - 4, FBLA 3 - 4, Vice-President 4, Youth for Christ I - 3, Senior Christmas Tree Committee, Chairman, Band I - 4, Class Representative 3 - 4. DuBOSE, IRVIN BRUCE - FFA I - 2, Vica - Auto Mechanics 3 - 4, Vice-President 4, Thespians, Poster Committee. EVAN, FRANCES - FHA I - 4, FBLA 4, Senior Newsletter, Mailing, National Honor Society. . FENNELL, LARRY - Building Trades, Auto Mechanics, Vocational Agriculture, Senior Christmas Tree Committee. FINCH, DEBBIE - FHA I - 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Senior Bulletin Board, Spanish Honor Society 2 - 4, YHT Little Sister Award, High Point Girl in FHA 2, Orange Jackets 4. FINLEY, CHARLES - FFA I - 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4, Senior Christmas Tree Committee, Football I. FLOYD, JERRY - Greenhand FFA, Secretary I , FFA 2 - 4, Reporter 2, Letterman's Club 3 - 4, Senior Goal Committee, National Honor Society 3 - 4, Latin Honor Society I - 4, Boys' State 4, Football I - 4, Baseball, Track, Powder Puff Coach 3 - 4. FOUGERAT, MICHAEL -V VICA Radio and TV, President, Parliamentarian, Letterman's Club, FFA I - 4, Newsletter, Athletic Manager I - 3. FRANKLIN, ROSlE- GAA I - 4, FHA I - 2. FRYER, ANDRE - FFA I - 4, Vice President 4, Letterman's Club I - 4, President 4, Student Council 3 - 4, Goal Committee, Class Favorite 3 - 4, Band I - 3, Football I - 4, Honorable Mention and All Zone 3 - 4, Captain 4, Basketball l, 3 - 4, Baseball I - 4, Honorable Mention and All Zone 3, Zone Champs 2, Track I - 3. , GANDRE, JIMMY - Thespians 4, FFA I, Newsletter Committee. GARCIA, ROLAND - VICA Radio and TV I - 2, Parliamentarian, DECA. V GARNER, KAREN - FHA I - 4, Songleader 3, Third Vice President 4, GAA I - 4, Secretary 4, Senior Mailing Committee, Presidential Physical Fitness Award 2 - 3, Orange Jackets I, Drill Team 2 - 4, Lieutenant 3 - 4. GARZA, RAY - DECA, Letterman's Club, Spanish Club, Homecoming Float Committee, Football l - 4, Honorable Mention 4, Baseball. GLASS, BRYAN - FFA I - 4, Treasurer I, Reporter 4, District Secretary 4, Senior Float Committee, Latin Honor Society I - 4, National Honor Society 3 - 4, President 4, Honor Roll I - 4, Roosevelt Math Contest I - Unlamo District Math Contest I - 2. GOTTWALD, DARRELL - VICA Auto I and ll, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Senior Christmas Tree Committee, Perfect Attendance. ' GRAY, CHRISTINA JO - HERO, President, Senior Christmas Tree Committee. GREATHOUSE, HIAWATHA - FFA, Building Trades, Parliamentarian, Senior Alley Committee. GREEN, EVANGELINE - Senior Bulletin Board Committee, Perfect Attendance Award, GAA I - 4, Orange Jackets I - 4, FHA I - 2, Youth for Christ. A, ,E J, - ,- GREEN, los ANN - FHA, Senior Bulletin Board Committee, English Award, Physical Fitness Award. GREEN, YVONNE - Perfect Attendance Award, Orange Jackets I - 4, FHA I - 2, GAA, Youth for Christ. GRIM, PAUL - Thespians I - 4, VICA 4, Christmas Tree Committee, Radio Program Award, Band I - 4. W' F' H' HALAMICEK, HENRY - Thespians 4, Secretary of VICA 3, Secretary of DECA 4, - Newsletter Committee, Football I . HANKE, KENNETH - VICA, Special , Committee, Band I - 3, Radio and TV. HARBORTH, DARYL - VICA Radio and TV I - 2, Vice President, Vocational Agriculture I - 2, Senior Poster Committee. HARRISON, TOMMY HAVEL, DAVID - FFA, Future Scientists, VICA Radio and TV I - 2, Reporter, Flower Committee. HELDERSEN, KATHY - Thespians 3, Historians, FHA I - 4, Pow Wow Staff, Powder Puff Football I - 2, Color Committee, Drill Team I - 3, Orange Jackets I - 4. HELMKE, LINDA -- Youth for Christ I - 2, Thespians, DECA I - 2, Perfect Attendance I - 2, Honor Roll I, Band I - 2, Best Section I - 2, First Division Solo. HIDALGO, RONNIE - VICA, Building Trades 2 - 3, Treasurer 3, FFA, Radio and TV 4, Motto Committee, Baseball I - 3. HILL, SUSAN - FHA I - 2, FTA I - 4, Parliamentarian 2, Thespians 2 - 4, Youth for Christ I - 2, Color Committee, President's Physical Fitness Award, Lexington, Index Editor, Business Manager, Honor Roll 4. HOBIZAL, SHIRLEY - FHA I - 2, DE I - 2, Senior Gift Committee. HODGES, WILL- Thespians I - 4, Junior Historians I - 2, Lettermen's Club 3 - 4, Senior Goal Committee, Football I - 4, Baseball I - 4, Basketball 3. HOLT, DAVID - FFA I - 4, Future Scientists, Aeronautics Club, Senior Goal Committee. HOOPINGARNER, DONIS - Thespians I - 4, Publicity 4, FTA I, Art Club 2, Christmas Tree Committee: HRNCIRIK, ANN - Junior Historians I, FHA I - 3, Newsletter Committee, National Honor Society, Orange Jackets 3. HULL, CANDI - Thespians I - 4, Secretary 3, FBLA 4, Reporter, Youth for Christ I - 2, Motto Committee, Maiorette 3 - 4, Band, Senior Representative. H UNT, CARLTON HUNT, MYRTLE RUTH -- Bulletin Board Committee, FHA. JACKSON, JAY - VICA, Radio and TV I - 3, FFA I - 2, Newsletter Committee, FFA Honor, Band. JOHNSON, JEAN - FTA I - 4, Thespians I, 2, 4, FBLA Secretary 3 - 4, Sophomore Secretary, Senior President 4, Gift ' Committee, Freshman Favorite, Most Likely to Succeed, Homecoming Queen, Band I - 2. JOHNSON, JUDY -- FTA Freshman Representative, Thespian, Flower Committee, Band, Orange Jackets I - 2. ' JOHNSON, PATRICIA - GAA I - 4, FHA I - 4, Secretary I - 2, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Freshman Class Favorite, Flower Committee, Drill Team I - 3, Captain 2, Maior 4, Track. JOHNSON, THOMAS'4F6ieBall I - 3. JONES, DAVID - Greenhand FFA, Thespians 2 - 4, DECA 4, Senior Gift Committee, Special Contribution to School Radio Program 2, Honor Bar Thespian, Football, School Radio Program, UIL Contest Play 3 - 4, UIL Debate 3, Columbus Speech Tourney 3 - 4. JONES, PAULA - FHA, GAA, Officer, President, Thespian, Senior Float Committee, Physical Education, Orange Jackets. KELLEY, BRAD - Aeronautics Club, Future Scientists Club 4, Senior Gift Committee, National Honor Society 3 - 4, Vice President 4, Latin Honor Society I - 4, National Merit Society Commendation, Honor Roll I - 4, Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society Award for Outstanding Proficiency in American History, Band I - 4, Sergeant at Arms 3, Reporter 4, Alamo District Math Contest 2, Athletics Manager I - 2, Football, Varsity Basketball, Football, Roosevelt Practice Tourney 3. KELLEY, JAMES - Future Scientist I - 2, Reporter 3, President 4, Senior Alley Christmas Committee, Debate Team. KLAPUCH, TIM - FFA, VICA, Radio and TV, Secretary, Motto Committee. KULHANEK, ROSELYN - Senior FHA, HERO-FHA, FBLA, Senior Christmas Tree Committee, Honor Roll, English Award, Soil Conservation Essay Contest Award, HECE Award. LAMPRECHAT, GWEN - Youth for Christ, 2 Song Leader, 3 Vice President, 4 Pianist, Bible Quiz Team I - 4, Warm Springs Committee 3, FTA, FBLA 4, Junior Historians lFloating Memberl 3, Senior Hall Christmas Decorating Committee, Latin Honor Society 2 - 4, Youth for Christ Class Award I - 4, Attendance I - 2, Band I - 4. LEAL, LINDA - Los Amigos Club, Secretary, HERO, Secretary, DECA I, Class President 2, Class Treasurer 3, Senior Bulletin Board, Outstanding Girl for Los Amigos Club, Class Favorite 2, 4, Orange Jackets, B-Team Cheerleader. LEISSNER, JEFF - FFA, Sentinel, Letterman Club, Color Committee, FHA Beau, Baseball, Tennis, Skill Team, Golf. LINDEMANN, DONNA - FBLA 2 - 4, FTA I - 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Class Treasurer I, Class Vice President 2, Senior Flower Committee 4, Quill and Scroll 3, VICA Sweetheart I, Orange Jackets I - 4, Apachettes 2 - 4, Lieutenant 2, Maior 3, Captain 4, Lexington Staff 3, Powder Puff Game 3 - 4, Girls' Track Team I, UIL Speech Contest I . V MALATEK, GLENNA RUTH - Orange Jackets 4, Secretary 4, Thespians 4, DECA 2, FBLA I, FHA 3, Pianist, Third Vice President, Newsletter Committee. MASSIE, TIM - Thespians, Parliamentarian, FTA, Christmas Tree Committee, Golf 2. McKINNEY, LARRY -Junior Historians, StudentCouncil I - 2, Superintendents Advisory Committee, Senior Officer Car, Spanish Honor Society 2 - 4, Reporter, National Honor SocietyrCiass Favorite I, Honor Roll 2 - 4, Band I - 4, Band Council I - 4, Vice President 3, Captain 4, Head Quartermaster 3, Outstanding Underclassman 2, "All-State" Percussion ' Ensemble Member 3, Percussion Section Leader 3 - 4, Quartermaster 2 - 4, Basketball I . McMlLLAN, MARK - Future Scientists 2, Thespians 2 - 4, Radio and TV, Senior Christmas Alley, Radio Broadcasting. . MCNABB, KENNETH - FFA I - 2, 4, DECA 3, Thespians 4, DECA Sergeant at Arms of DECA, Senior Alley Committee. MENKING, FREDDIE - FFA, Historians, Vocational Industrial Club, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Poster Committee. MIKES, SHARON - FHA 2 - 4, Treasurer 4, Christmas Senior Alley Committee, Orange Jackets I - 4, Treasurer 4. . MIKESH, CAROLYN - DECA 4, Motto Committee 4, Quill and Scroll 3, Orange Jackets I - 4, Secretary 4, Pow Wow Staff Member and Typist 3. MIKESH, JOEY MILLER, LINDA - FBLA 2, Historian 2, FTA I - 4, Treasurer 3, Parliamentarian 4, Thespians 3 - 4, Reporter 4, UIL Contest Play, Costume Head 3 - 4, Class Vice President I, 3, Poster Committee Chairman 4, Freshman Car , Committee I, Quill and Scroll 4, Latin Honor Society I - 4, National 'Honor Society 4, Betty Crocker Award 4, Girls' State 4, Class Favorite 2, Lexington Editor 4. MILLER, ROGER -- FFA I, Thespians I - 4, VICA 4, Gift Committee, Football I . MUELKER, DWIGHT - FFA I - 4, Reporter I , Thespians, Senior Motto Committee, FFA Clean-Up Committee I, Refreshment Committee 2, Ticket Committee 3, Perfect Attendance. NEITSCH, RAY - FFA, Senior Christmas Tree Committee, Quarter Horse Judging. V NEWTON, TERRY - Youth for Christ .I - 3, Future Teachers, Lettermans Club I 74, , Thespians I - 4, Motto Committee, Pow Wow Staff, Class Favorite 2, Spanish Honor , Society, Quill and Scroll, Football I - 4, Baseball I - 2, Track I -4, Basketball I - 3, Golf, Powder Puff Coach 4. OLMOS, FRANK -Junior Historian I, 3, Treasurer, Thespian I -4, Future Scientist, VICA, Radio and TV 2 - 4, Sergeant at Arms, Art Club 4, Homecoming Float Committee, Assistant Quarter Master 3, Outstanding Upperclassman, Head Quarter Master 4, Band I - 4, UIL Marching Concert, and Sight Reading I - 4, Solo and Ensemble I - 4, , District 2, 4, Regional 4. O'NEAL, FRANCES - DECA I - 2, Senior Christmas Tree. ORNELAS, LEROY - DECA 3, 4, Lettermans, Senior Poster Committee, Football 3. PETRU, EUGENE - FFA I - 2, VICA Auto Mechanic, Reporter, DECA, Senior Letter Committee, Football 3. PILSNER, GLENN PISClOTl'A,.DEBRA- FHA I - 25 DECA I - 25 Special Committee. PLOEGER, SALLY - Thespions I - 45 FTA I - 4, Librarian5 Christmas Senior Alley 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Photographer 45 Band I - 2. POE, TOMMY - Junior Historians5 FHA, ParIiamentarian5 Senior Christmas Tree Committee5 Spanish National Honor Society5 National Honor Society5 Band I - 2. POLK, LEONARD - Junior Historians 25 Q Letterman's Club 2 - 45 Senior Car Decorating Committee5 Basketball I, 2, 45 Track I - 45 Band I - 4. PRICE, ALLAN - Thespions I - 45 Junior Historians5 Senior Door Christmas Decorating Committee5 Debate Team I - 25 Golf Team I - 4. PRITCHARD, DEBBIE - Thespians5 Junior Historians5 FTA 25 HECE Student Advisor5 Student Council5 Cheer Committee. QUINTON, TIMOTHY - VICA I - 35 Radio and TV, Reporter5 Gift Committee. RAMIREZ, VICTOR RICHTER, PATRICIA - FBLA 45 Gift Committee5 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 45 National Honor Society 45 Pow Wow Staff5 Photography Editor 35 Editor of the News Bureau 45 UIL Participation5 'Journalism 3 - 45 Speech 45 Debate Team 4. RIVERA, BETTIE - HECE5 HERO Treasurer 45 'Senior Gift Committee. RIVERA,'MlCKEY - Junior Hasioraarrs, DE 1 - 25, Senior Poster Committee. RIVERA, RICHARD G. - Baseball 2. ROBINSON, ROXIE - FHA I - 25 FTA I - 25 Thespions I - 25 DECA 45 Cheer Committee5 Physical Fitness Award I - 25 Pre Employment Award 3. RODRIGUEZ, JULIA - GAA I5 Band I5 Spanish Club 45 Apache Cheerleader 45 Senior.Motto Committee 45 Orange Jackets 45 B-Team Cheerleader I. isAMPLErQN,'BEr'rY - HERO, Junior Historians5 Christmas Tree Committee5 Orange Jackets. SAMPLETON, ELI - Building Trades I - 25 e ermen - 5 5 ews e er Committee5 English 3 Award5 Basketball I - 25 Football 1 - 3, Track. ' SANDERS, STEVE - VICA, Treasurer5 Youth for Christ5 Letter Committee5 Football I - 25 Basketball I - 25 Track I - 3. SCHELLHASE, SHARON - Thespians I - 45 FTA I - 45 Senior Car Committee5 Band I - 45 Librarian 2. SCHMIDT, HENRY - FFA5 Senior Decoration Committee. SCOTT, DIANE - FHA I - 4, Parliamentarian 3, Secretary 45 GAA I - 45 Class Favorite 2, , 35 Senior Poster Committee5 Presidential Physical Award5 Drill Team 2, 4, Lieutenant 3 - 45 Orange Jackets I - 4. SEGER, DEBBIE - Thespions I - 4, Treasurer 3, Sponsor's Assistant 45 FTA I, 2, 45 Junior Historians5 Photography Editor 45 Senior Bulletin Board Committee5 UIL Area, 2nd Place Speech, Ist Prose Reading5 UIL Contest Play Cast5 Pow Wow Staff Photographer and Reporter5 UIL Contest Play 2 - 4. SHOCK, GARY - FFA5 Christmas Senior Alley Committee. SIEVERS, LARRY - Thespions 2 - 45 Future Teachers5 Flower Committee5 Crew for District Winner- One Act Play IUILI5 FootbalI5 Basketball. , SIMMONS, BRENDA - FHA I - 45 DECA 3 - 45 Newsletter Committee. SMITH, MARSHALL - Aeronautics Club I, Officer5 Senior Goal Committee5 National Merit Society Commendation5 National Honor Society 4, Secretary5 Latin Honor Society 2 - 45 Most Likely to Succeed5 Honor Roll I - 45 Band I - 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Band Beau, Best Section I - 3, State Ensemble 2 - 3, Assistant Drum Maior 45 Athletics Manager I - 2, Football I - 2, Varsity Basketball I 5 UIL Debate Team I 5 NCTE English Contest 35 UIL Ready-Writing 3 lThird Placel, 45 Rotary Club International Student Congress. SMITH, PATTY - FTA I5 FBLA, Vice President 3, President 45 Student Council I5 Class President 2 - 35 Newsletter Committee, Chairman5 Latin Honor Society I - 45 National Honor Society 3 - 45 "Best All Around"5 Football Sweetheart 45 Class Duchess 2 - 35 Outstanding Orange Jacket Member 2 - 35 UIL Typing Contest 35 Cheerleader I - 4, Assistant Head I, 3, Head 545 Orange Jackets I - 45 Powder Puff 3 - 4. SMITH, REBECCA - FHA I, 3 - 45 HECE- HERO 3 - 45 Senior Alley Committee5 Perfect Attendance. SOMMERLATTE, TIM - VICA 3 - 4. SPAHN, PATRICIA - FHA I - 45 Newsletter Committee5 Physical Fitness 25 Perfect Attendance I - 25 Journalism Award 35 Lexington Staff 3 - 4. STATON, CATHY - DECA 45 Motto Committee5 Orange Jackets I5 Drill Team 2. STEEN, GLENDA - FHA I - 4, Public Relations5 GAA I - 45 Homecoming Float Committee5 Class Duchess 45 Class Favorite 45 District Band5 Band I - 45 "Most Athletic"5 r ' - TATE, SYLVIA - Motto Committee. TAYLOR, DIANA L- Junior Historians, HECE5 Lexington Staff5 Color Committee5 English Award5 Honor Roll. TOMAS, PATTI - FHA I5 FTA I5 FBLA 3, Reporter5 DECA 4, President5 Class President I 5 Class Vice President 45 Newsletter Committee5 Class Duchess 45 FFA Sweetheart5 Band Sweetheart5 State Percussion Ensemble 35 Band I - 45 Class Representative I - 25 Class Reporter 3. TUMLINSON, BRENDA VENEGAS, FRANCES - GAA I - 45 Drill Team 2 - 4, Lieutenant 45 FHA 45 Class Duchess 45 Senior Car Committee. VERCHER, PAUL - Art Club 45 Newsletter Committee5 Third Place, Come and Take It Art Show 45 Second Place, Houston Livestock Art f,,,,,c...f.....r1-.,-Q.-.4 . , Show 4. VOIGT, DORIS - FHA 2 - 45 FBLA 45 Senior Gift Committee. VOLLENTINE, SANDY - Thespians I - 4, Reporter 2 - 3, President 45 FTA I - 45 Class Representative 2, 45 Class President 35 Auto Mechanics VICA 4, Treasurer 45 Gift Committee, Chairman5 UIL Participation I - 45 "Best All Around"5 Band I - 25 Apache Mascot 4. VYVJALA, CINDY - FHA I, Historian5 Thespions 2 - 45 FTA I - 4, Historian I, Secretary 45 Art Club I - 4, Treasurer 45 Senior Bulletin Board, Chairman5 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Honor Society 2 - 45 DAR5 "Most Studious"5 Band I - 4. WALKER, RANDY - Future Scientists Club, President 3, Secretary 45 Senior Poster Committee5 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Honor Society I - 45 Honor Roll I - 45 UIL Science Contest 35 Alamo District Mathematics Contest 3 - 45 Roosevelt Mathematics Contest 35 Biology Lab Assistant 45 Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. WALKER, RICKY - Tl1espians5 FFA I - 45 Senior Christmas Tree Committee. WALKER, WILEY - DECA5 Motto. WATT, CHRISTINE - FTA 45 FBLA 35 Senior Poster Committee5 Outstanding Drill Team Member 35 Apachettes 2 - 4, Lieutenant5 Orange Jackets I - 4. WEBB, KENNETH - Letterman's Club, Vice President5 Class Secretary 35 Class Treasurer 45 Cheer Committee5 Class Favorite 25 Football I - 4, Honorable Mention, All Zone 45 Basketball I - 4, Captain, State Champs 35 Track I - 45 Baseball 4. WHIDDON, DELL - FFA I - 2, 45 DECA 35 Special Committee. WHITE, DONALD - Building Trades 2 - 45 Vocational Agriculture I . WILEY, ELIZABETH - FHA I5 DECA 45 Color Committee. WINDWEHEN, CATHY - FHA 25 Thespians I5 DECA 3 - 4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 45 Bulletin Board Committee5 Drill Team 25 Orange Jackets I . WITT, MONIE - Thespions I - 45 Senior Gift Committee5 All-Star Cast at Zone and District One-Act Play 3. WOOTTON, BUTCH - FFA I - 2, 4, President I, Treasurer 25 Special Committee. ZERTUCHE, JUAN - Los Amigos I - 4, President 45 Art Club 45 Student Council Representative I, 3 - 45 Senior Alley Committee, Chairman5 Spanish Honor Society5 Quill and Scroll 35 Honor Roll I 5 25 Class Favorite 45 Basketball I - 35 Pow Wow Staff, Sports Co-Editor 3. f ! 2 Za 'ca :s V1 No wonder the Seniors won! QS e as STQ-.,s-:gg 3-uf . MIIB- if 99 "x- me i - . ..A,,M,N K .raqwskfgggf k--.. , fin ".' - .. . A , A K .. W . Xxx A , f M ' W' 'etkv-f'fs..gi3 lt ""' '-s xbxll - YV 'T lyk ' ,:QEQf X, R , 1 xr . X 1 -.-Q 56,2-5-.,s, , ' sngfx N g!uxYx '-s , Wfwj-5g'5w5Y,sx ., , . . K- inn. .x" Q 'ws The last year is the best year. Ours is 1975! "" , 73 L' 3 Ja! A 4,94 ,ff' S 3.1 A- 5 S Q: we - I 4 x 1 . My - - A A 5,5 .,-,ws . . A .. ,,, f .X ar" Q- ' r 1 f'3'flZ.-avgfw y .Sufi W' Q' ' r r if ',.- K Pa ' ki .. '. X x ' H if 'Y' w 1 VM! " fix ' '15 s 5 r r A . is 1. .X , , , , , , b ,W .. ,. . , , M .Q ,Z ' ff' 'Q K we .- Sky U , M my WJ - 4. ng s W' ' 'K , W! ' 'ff' - .B "' 'J' -irfffl' 1 Q ' if N-"1 ' r Xu . ,i K 'it- 7 , ,,-:f,.- - 3 gp. 4' hm, , ., 4-, ' .,5,5,,fs A 1 ' "' . ,, g 'Q ' ' , 4 ' fs' ,M se-ff ' '4yp,?"1f J- 5 ' ' .f 'N ' ,V-. t W x ,Tw , , .j-9 ' -e a ' N - H. s' 1' 5 -1 M . ' rf. - ' X, is , ' V ' W, z .sum , , ' X Ct " fr f n 'f'5..f-if .' "- y 'nv K ' ' '- 4? W' - . A 3 My y. 1 .,p.,, Y . W I . s. K '87 . :vga ' .- nf ull' Qin 5391 .. . 66 Don tworry Seniors! You re not ready for the iunk yard, yet! 1 - - ,. k.h. .. . 5 1- gifs: Im s SQ? T x K1 -A X .EW r ' ' , f . if Q 1 gk - W 3 1 ,K mf W a XF . 'z.,k..,' - Q E KE ' .K 1 -,1 s it izzsf lik - 'I ES H Y 'Vkk' . giggle, xy .... N, i . - it i y t s . Q is Q f A .L.-,-- - i I sofas A Wvbh ,,. , S' KLLLLL e siii s r "" , it l ih. . . . . u xh h h i s i 'ii siss tiii iiii i . - ,Q., Km hh. s hh'k 1 ' k . VL ., . Evangeline and Yvonne Green participate, for the last time, in Apache Day. K 2 if S an I A button for every event and an event for every button . . . th year's events and fads were chronicled by pins of all types Terry Newton seems to be involved with his newest piece of machinery. Texas History and Government students take time out to remember their cultural backgrounds. 8 67 "' v 0 0 I U ...th Junior Officers Are: Michael Webb, Secretary, Ryan Dennis, Treasurer, Jan McCullough, President, Gary Newton, Vice President, and Valorie Howell, Reporter. '32 Stude and Leonard Amie. Shirley Pirkle, Mr. Jesse Smith, Mr. Frank Hinds, Mr. Herb Karnaul, Mrs Karen Kohlenberg, Coach Jack Heard, and Mrs. Beryl Boswell. nf Council Repregenfgfiveg Are: Allyson Wogtfon Junior Sponsors Are: Mrs. Sondra DuBose, Mrs. Theresa Smith Mrs Junior '75 xx -..?'f' J ,,E,,, ' 5 NM., ww I ' f if ,fs or ,V Elizabeth Aguirre Mary Alvarez Gloria Arrellano Leonard Arnic John Atkinson Lanny Baker Warren Baker Dean Barclay Billy Barron Becky Bazon Sandra Benes David Bivins Hosea Bonds Bully Bouldln Wllllam Brent schopf Ben Brothers Freddie Brown Carolyn Burton Bernie Camarillo Carlos Camarlllo Sandra Campion Luann Cantrell Robert Cantu Sylvia Cantu Duane Cardenas Mary Carruzales John Carson Johnny Carter Marla Castlllo Susze Cerda Robert Chumchal Joe Clements Duane Condel Robble Connell Johnny Contreras Rosa Contreras Donald Crook David Danuel Patty Dean Ryan Denms Kent De-sRochers Debbue Dobbins Joe Downey John DuBose Todd DuBose Ray Esparza Mlchael Espmosa Eddue Estrada Andrew Eureste I ,oi J Q A v 1 to J , AW I l 69 J unior James Fehner Debbie Filip Brian Fink Caroline Fink James Finley Andy Flores Sherry Fuller Gloria Garcia Linda Garvel Alice Gaytan Norma Gescheidle Tim Gescheidle Janice Gibson Bruce Gindler Laverne Gray Becky Greathouse John Greathouse Arnulfo Guerra Charles Hansford Otis Hansford Lovie Harrison J Leslie Hastings Barbara Heller Cathy Hill Sam Hodges Lisa Hoover Valorie Howell Farris Hunt Wesley Hunt Anne Hyman Mark lnce Jackie lvey Bobby Johnson Julie Johnson Melvin Johnson Donnie Thibodaux and John Carson relax during a strenuous second period. 70 Www was H,-0 3 ' ww" 5" "' I 'Ziff m X ,,,, x L L ' Al 4 fr ,Lf x, , "M . M . 1, f df 1 Junior '75 X Janice Jurek Katherine Kapavlk James Krause Jackie Krldler Mary Kulhanek Debbie Kunfschllc Frank Ledesma Mary LePorn John Lester Rlcky Lesler Sharon Logan Freddy Longoria Ray Luke John Martun Mary Marflnez Jan McCullough Pal McNabb Harold McReo Rosle Medma Chrlsll Muller Kevm Muller Nancy Muller Ullte Muller Kathleen Moore Raymond Moreno Lloyd Moseley Michelle Musgrave Eddie Navelar Mary Nell: Gary Newton Sandra Olllson Henry Olmos Rlfa Olmos Eldridge Paffeson Henry Pena Michael Perez Wrlluam Petru Ralph Pnscloha Davld Pohler Cynthna Porras Lesll Poynler Kim Raley Joe Ramurez Ricky Ramirez Chrls Rasmussen Chrrsne Reed Nafolue Remschel Cary Rlchardson Alfred Richter ,KJ 4 I L' . 71 The library is a place where a stu- dent can work in peace, Gary Newton, Janice Gibson, Annette Walthall, and William Breit- schopf prove it. Junior '75 Grace Rodriguez Robert Rose Jeff Ruddock Adele Salas Robert Sampleton Cindy Sanders Debbie Schellenberg James Schellhase David Scott Louis Scott Dean Seitz June Selzer Kevin Shanklin Clay Shannon Debbie Short Wanda Simmons Debbie Slmper Donald Smith James Smith Rosie Smith Shirley Smith Rex Spahn Judy Stcton Leslie Staton Timothy Stovall Dennis Tote Mary Ann Sepulveda J I . . ' K 5' ' Freddy Soto , . A 1 72 gi pw.. 3 at 'F ,ve 'PF- la 1 : 5321 sl' I fo m X fly' Q . H 32-- , ,. S . ?U' ,,., if J fb Hw- fs Junior '75 Maria Castillo and Caroline Fink are engaged in hard work, as they finish their tests in order to get their report cards. 'f ,, - Leonard Arnic serves Elizabeth Aquirre a meal that she will never forget. Donnie Thibodaux Rosemary Tieken Dianah Tomas Randall Tomas Alice Torres Ruben Torres Sue Valenta Frank Venegas Patricia Walker Ronette Walshak Annette Wolthall Randy Walton Robert Watts Charles Taylor 'v,,3twif'Q: ,Q v N Mnchael Webb Kathy Whxddon Paul White Rlchard Whlte Manlee Wuenecke Susan Wiley Andrew Wllke John Wulkerson Donald Wnlluams Evel Williams Lorlne Wllllams Linda Wood Allyson Wootton Michael Zella Harvey Zumwalt Junior '75 file Tim Geischiedle winds down into slow gear on has attendance folder collection tour. 74 Juniors take time out to sit and visit with classmates. Their next year will be their last year together and they are wise in taking advantage of their time. Janice Jurek puts the finishing touches on a first place door No wonder the Juniors lost. Valorie Howell poses for the photographer. ,W fi 57: -fii' y y . m , Sophomore Officers Are: Elroy Steen, President, Cind tary, Ray Villasana, Reporter, and Carney Zambrano, T Student Council Representatives Are: Iberia Fryer, Judy Wehlmann, and Sylvia Gomez. y DeBerry, Vice President, Donna Brown, Secre- f6GSUfel'. O Sophomore Sponsors Are: Mrs. lvclee Reaves, Mrs. Marilyn Parsley, Mrs. Colleen Marek, Mrs. Susie Denman, Mrs. Jean Hinds, Mr. Genaro Saldana, and Coach Jerry Bivins. Mx lk i 5, Sophomore '75 432 , W A Sylvia Arriolo , 9 i' Fred Boker . ,, V , 1 . i Gary Boker " ' , . John Boker Y? o no , Marionn Boker l K A A L Ronnie Boker '55 - i ffiiifiiilj fx.. -i -"- swigfggg. V: A f' R. 71? f .. - hs, J-wig 3 X A ii John Bosquez ,R s i 96- 1 Q B 'xr ooooo to Q B ,, ., 1 , N Gerald sawn Evelyn Bonds Jane Boysen i Q ,,, :...V. , Tony Brom ill?-f A A if .1 K Bobby Brown Donna Brown rx Victor Brown Potti Brunkenhoe er Jason Brurns Morgoret Burger Janie Comocho Robert Clock Fi r F 6 if f If Debro Clark Rosa Gcirzo listens closely to her teacher os she takes notes for the day. on B Debbie Aldas f Sophomore 75 Timothy Conant Augustine Contr- eras Scott Cuvelier Roy Danysh Tommy Danysh Candy DeBerry Mike DeCamp MII Dechman Danuel DesRochers Dolores Dora Sissy DuBose Armando Esparza Fernando Esparza Danny Esplnosa Llsa Farek Gladys Fennell Laura Funk David Floyd David Fortune Denise Fougerat lberla Fryer Alcarto Garcla Luls Garcua Ramon Garcia Rene Garza Rosallnda Garza Nancy Gerloff Joyce Gtbson Ricky Gibson Sylvla Gomez Antonio Gonzales David Gonzales George Gonzales Glorlo Guerra Oralla Guevara Russ Hahn Jeannette Halovsky Jnmmle Harrell Vlckl Harrlson Chrlstlne E Hast mgs Christine Hastmgs Make Hidalgo Rebecca Hull Betty Holt Chuck Hull Ella Hunt John Hunt Lmda James Sharon Glass 78 Ray Villasana and David LePori smile eagerly as they wrap up the pig case. Sophomore '75 Linda Johnson Mary Johnson Van Johnson Minerva Jones Shirley Jurek Charles Kalisek Bill Keck Johnny Klapuch 0?- Patricia Klein Elizabefh Knandel Chris Knesek L 'I Diane Kofzebue I Janet Krause David Kresfa Doris Kulhanek Chris Kunfschik Charles Kylan dezes Benny Leal Stacy Lee David LePori Jan Lester 79 W V Vh 3 V . ,gf if I ' Sophomore '75 Joy Lester Gary Lewis Tina Longoria Coleman Luke Estella Macias Richard Malatek Margaret Malinka Carlos Martunez Robert Martinez Ricky May Scott McNabb Shxrley McNerl Joe Mendez Mary Mnkes Karen Mlkesh James Muller Elarne Molma Johnny Molnna Steven Moltna Joe Moreno Joseph Moseley Joyce Moseley Tomaso Mungula Houston Munson Llnda Nance Larry Newton Sandra Null Tern Oeltlen Lee Ornelas Joe Ortlz Damon Parker Mary Jane Perez Debbre Peterek Brian Phlllps Cindy Pusclotta Bryant Polk Leon Polk Dorothy Porter Ltsa Raeber Ramon Ramos Ray Ramos Gene Reagan Davud Rrchardson Bull Richmond Barbara Rlchter Lrnda Richter Rosemary Rrolas Deborah Roblnson Julua Rodruguez 80 ff J . r J ? '-If , I -V? r PW '? fi 1 I Na! 1 Arlene Taylor tries to concentrate on her math prob- lems in Related Math Il. rr i L Yvonne Rodriguez Karen Schuler Clarence Scott Andrew Sepulveda Pat Shannon Lori Shuler Michael Simper Curtis Smith David Smith Debra Smith James Smith Kenneth Smith Loy Smith Raymond Smith Robert Smith Dennis Sonsel Elroy Steen Gary Sutton Linda Sutton Mike Svoboda Arlene Taylor Randy Tesch Richard Thanheiser Robin Thibodaux Sophomore '75 P tett t . H ,, ,.... , Donna Brown, James Miller and Diana Kotezebue try real hard to improve their typing skills. ' 81 The Sophomores in Latin ll class must concentrate on their work every minute, They are James Miller, Jene Reagan, Mary Ann Baker, Jean- ette Haiosky and Karen Miskesh. Johnny Tomas Jesse Torres David Valdez Brenda Valenta Santos Valle Santos Vega Edward Vlllareal Ruben Vnllcreal Ray Villasana Cecil Walker Debra Walker Larry Walker Daniel Washin - on Judy Wehlmann Phil Wilkinson Cathy Williamson Phyllis Winegeart Larry Wishert Carney Zambrano Keith Zumwalt ,f is Sophomore '75 I tt F, I :ffl for , l egm P Cindy Pisciotta and Linda Johnson work hard to get ahead in English ll. David LePori shows Phil Wilkenson his great talent in playing the cornet. Damon Parker helps man the concession stands at the home football games. Lori Shuler concentrates on her drawing for Art Class. 83 Q3 C . r is .,-. F I Mx 4 J I Freshman Class Officers Are: Tom Brown, Reporter, Loretta Reed, Treasurer, Betty Kapavik, Secretary, Lea Ann Johnson, Vice President, and Morgan Barnett, President. 1 Student Council Representatives Are: Casandra Clack, Rosie Hidalgo, and Kenneth LePori. Freshman Sponsors Are: Mrs. Priscilla Bell, Mrs. Patsy Davis, Mrs. Janice Pinckard, and Mrs. Lupe Saldana. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Deannie Ploe- ger, Mrs. Gloria Maples, Coach Erwin Ckodre, Coach Ricky Jacobs. fix 1- ,J fi, 4 34' V7 av ,- fv- ,Q-C Ph ,Tw f I ' l It av' 1 -of ll .,.' , 'ff -rv- Aff? Russell Adams Patricia Ara Pamela Atkinson Billy Baker Charles Banks James Barborak Morgan Barnett Florence Basquez Jamie Bazon Clifton Beasley Wilbert Benes Sharon Bonds Barbara Boysen Cynthia Brehs chopf Alice Brothers Johnny Brown Tom Brown Deborah Brzozow s Roy Burger Susan Burger Mitch Camacho Herlinda Camarillo Eugenia Canfu Vidor Casares Mike Cashllo Norma Chapman Carlos Chavarria Casandra Clack Debra Cleveland Charlene Cock- Croft Patricia Condel Christine Cook Garvin Cooley Lillian Dennis Elizabelh Dobbins Kerri Edge Phil Edge Anila Eredio Tony Eredia Sarah Espinosa Michael Fehner Sheila Fehner Dennis Filip Carlos Flores Ray Flores Janelle Floyd Carolyn Foley Norma Garcia Rose Garcia Freshman '75 ly - f. A if J- . M , , J ,x . ly 1 ,cye V X I Lag. - ff s J, J M i 85 reshman Sylvia Garcla Brenda Garner Norma Gaytan David Gerloff Chrls Gescheldle Kevin Giles Ronnle Gllkey Darren Glass Eufenlo Gonzales Llsa Goodwin Curtrs Green Dolores Guerra Ruthann Hallmark Emlly Hardt Albertha Harrison Connie Harrison Carolyn Havel Mrnerva Hernan ez Roselunda Hndalgo Candy Hull Ruth Hmdman Beth Hlsey Elrlah Hodges Mendy Holt Grover Howell Susan lnce Herble Irle Joy Jackson Mary Jane Jack son Robert Johnson Lea Ann Johnson Lmda Jones Bobby Lee Jurek Betty Kapavlk Carolyn Koclon Carol Kuck Sandra Kylan dezes John Lamprecht Gene Laster Drone Leal Lupe Leal Stanley Lelssner Kenneth LePori Byron Lester Jeff Lester Tommy Lindemann Lynna Lockstedt Rowena Lytle Jane Malinak 86 mf' 3979945 ,rpm 'fl' rv' qu-. TIN 4 . r EF ,Qin df WX if W' E Eif- f ,M - , f' , 1 iff: i r ml 'P R yi i, Nj J xl 4' 1 Kao, -f -. fs., 'ff 2 an ,. ,... 4 ,i ,,..,n, Q A tl- QA? rl wo. ,,,-5 .5 ' t I .4 25 'ki i as Q f 0 4 M ' ,af ,Q T5 . A . ,, m mii ,f ,. 2 '5 ' J 'E J ,. J. yi, mf' ' i Dawn Martin Anton Mafias Donnie McNabb MHMCRE ' N dina Ramon Mendez Gene Mercer Paul Mikesh Jerry Miller Jeff Mills George Molina Sally Molina Melanie Moore Kathy Muelker Lea Ann Nagel Larry Netti Nathan Neuse David Oeltjen Manuel Olmos Laura O'Neal Wynoka Patteson Joyce Pekar Cynthia Peterek Don Pilsner Saralyn Ploetz Timothy Pohler Anthony Polk Pauline Porter Dot Quinney I reshman 75 it wi JT '- Il , ' 1, if W5 2 3' f f new We 3 f X J 1: Q., . ,Q 3, s .C JY LW:-A 1 4421 up 'tl M Y' V- is N 9 7 lv' ' After finishing her work, Jackie Valenta takes time out to read a library book. 87 reshman '75 Steven J. Rainey Jo Ann Ramirez Josephine Ramirez Jan Reagan Loretta Reed Deborah Richter Fabian Rlolas Florence Rnvera Richard Rivera Andrew Rodriguez Dennrs Rodriguez Ruth Rodriguez Tummy Rodrlguez Daniel Salazar Haywood Sampleton Michael Sanders Michael Sanflllppo Matt Schomburg James Schuler Drana Schultz Dorothy Scott Krlstle Seidel Timothy Shelton Walter Simmons Jr Beverly Slmper Gloria Snrlldo Alvln Smith Danny Smrth Darleen Smlth Shirley Smith Rachel Soto Janelle Spahn Charles Staton Bernadette Stefmsky Rrchard Tharp Wesley Tneken Jacquellne Valenta Karen Vana Frecldue Venegas James Vlclcers David Walshak Pat Whitehead Harlen Wrlkerson Jessuca Wilkerson Duann Wlrtz Kenneth Wright Donna Wyatt Taylor Young Glenn Zumwalt 88 'fr' ,gm 'K rx r F f J we R mr- Q .if B.: , q r Q , lf N- ,1 We fl aff W' on lttg vi w, R' :fi 1 - 'SE-E15 1. -as-assi X X -. nw? mem? fi FUR vs ls- 'kr 'Ss ,K so rl W , , ,... 5 4 .,, R Q . --wl Q .ilc X, -',g:--g K X "lt has to be time for that bell!" X l David Walshak teaches Sophomore Bill Keck how to use the microscope. .. . i K- . .ian REM Get down, Clifton! This building does have doors, you know. Chris Cook cannot understand why people throw away such interesting trash. 89 s Gonzales Jr. Hi gh School I I k..., is K. A I 'N J la 'l if MRA GENE Hou W l Principal N X MR. LARRY ROEGNER Assistant Principal Mr. Gene Holt took the reigns as principal of Gonzales Junior High in the if miiiiii midst of one of its busiest years. Not only did he meet the challenge suc- cessfully but initiated several programs. ,F i . S :SN N. s e,,, ,N o to A sk MR. JAMES ALFORD 'W Counselor W? .s,- A .,.e xx A '42 Assistant Principal, Mr. Larry Roegner, performs his usual task of informing the student body of their daily agenda. 90 s.f:. 1 1 The Junior High library provides a variety of appropriate material needed by students. Staff A O R MRS RUBY BURGER MRs ELIZABETH HYMAN MRS MARY Igucoox., MRS. PEARL RICHARDSON MRS. DOROTHY HILL Aide Aide The staff and faculty of the Gonzales Junior High School provide wise, concerned guidance for students and widen their scope of learning. Mrs. Ruby Burger is the power behind the Princi- pal, in keeping all the detailed records and see- ing that the school runs on an even keel. 92 F , i ., - .,, - 1 fflf ...L . rw N 'Y ... Y K Mr. Leo Appling Rem. Soc. Studies, B.A., T.L.C. .Mrs. Hazel DuBose Math 7, B.A., Stephen F. Austin f' ' F sissy Mr. Emmett Baker Math 6, B.A., T.L.C. 'Lkk I : . mmhk i , .. 1 N C YI Mrs. Sara Friberg Rem. Reading, B.A,, Sam Houston Mrs. Laura Campbell Special Services, B,S., Huston Tillotson Jr. High E, ill- . 1. -- .-,. . . E H ...... kr.l 7' Mrs. Roberta Cole Mrs. Catherine Conant 7th Rem. English, M.A., Sul Spanish and Culture Prog., Ross M.Ed., East Texas fi... ..,,. .N ..... . . . H ..., fr 'W up is X b....., ,,.. . Coach Frank Fryer Special Services, B.A., Huston Tillotson Mrs. Mozelle Fullilove Mrs. Linda Grauke History 7, B.S., S.W.T.S.U. Com. Skills, B.S., Howard Mr. Herman Harris Mrs. Marie Hornung Mrs. Bobbie Johnson Science 8, M.Ed., Texas Special Services, M.Ed., U.T. Reading 7, B.S., East Texas AGM State N. ff ' ,, - 'D Mig? 'W 5-3' ' .,.. Mr. Randy Kohlenberg Mrs. Iris Anna Mohrmann Assistant Band, M.A., West English 7, B.A., Sam Texas State Houston lt appears that Mrs. DuBose wants to make sure her Math class does their work correctly. Facultg R new . X , .... ,,, . Coach C. L, Moore Science 6, B.S., Texas A8iM s ,1 .. c ,x Coach Don Rainey Physical Ed., B.S., S.W.T.S.U. . H fl. .r- ff ... . ' u 11" i , , . . 1 TK Mrs. Frances Nixon Coach Larry Pesek Mrs. Beverly Pesek English 8, B.A. Science 7, B.S., S,W.T,S.U. Math 8, B.S., S.W.T.S.U. T S '- ,R . if .. iv", K Y, 9 vu. ' ,X "N .wi M' is ' if rsfilmggenemifr Mrs. Mary Rose Sanders History 8, ss., S.W.T.S.U. S.W.T.5.U. Mrs. D. Schieberle English 6, B.S., S.W.T.S.U. Remedial Math, B.S., Huston Coach Pesek lectures to his class onthe many things they need to know about Science. Ns 2 Q sf' R Mr. Harvey Soefie Mrs. Ray Evelyn Smith Science, B.S., Texas ASM Tillotson 8 i ,. Mrs. Ozella Scales Reading 6, B.A., Sul Ross . Mr. Frank Weiss Math lESEAJ III, B.A., Texas A8iM Qs i i .. 4, . U . ' ill-,5 I siizff Q' . rm ' Y B Q K .e L , fl W . .. for ,o , on s e F . .,,. i .. x . X S, .. W., Reading 8, B.S., S.W.T.S,U. Mrs. Arline Pettus A i Mr. Arnold Schieberle History 6, B.S. Stephen F. Austin "1 ' ' ii' .. , -bi Coach John Zavadil General Business, B.S., T.L.C. fc NM- fe: H K' Eighth grade class officers are: BACK 'm,LL ROW: Kelly Miller, Eula Erskin, Deidra K E if g r Allen. FRONT ROW: Loma Johnson, Terry qif, Finley, Elmore Allen. THE EIGHTH GRADE BAND: ROW ONE: Judy Haiovsky, Terry Finley, Beth Munson, Diane Seidel, Julie Walshak, Kelley McNabb, Elizabeth LePori. ROW TWO: Janet Johnson, Kelly Scoggins, Carrie Espinosa, Patricia Raeke, Rosie McKnight, Mark Walshak, Ger- aldine Vana, Carolyn Zumwalt, Susie Keck, Diane Zella. ROW THREE: Amanda Rodriguez, Marilyn Short, Mary Garcia, Cathy Vaughn, David Janota, Kenneth Brandt, Richard Oncken, Kassie Beeson, Paulette Pilsner, Linda Carter, Terri Edge, Wanda James, Cathy Young, Tara DuBose. ROW FOUR: Jo Ann Tabera, Tim Tesch, Jimmy Kelley, Zane Dennis, Glen Martin, Dean Baker, Keith Richardson, Gerald Massey, Mickey Barron, Nini Hull, Rudy Villasana. ROW FIVE: Rob Brown, Leigh Lauraine, Sandra Arriola, Jackie Sutton, Debbie Gerloff, Rickey Campion, David Fullilove. STANDING: Darren Parker, Craig Chapman, Keith Brown, Keith Schmidt, Kell Finch, Randy Kohlenberg, Herb Karnau. NOT PICTURED: Hamilton Webb, Willa Windwehen, Ricky Klapuch. 94 Eighth Grade Melissa Acker It James W. Akers M Dennis Aldis E 55? is Diedra Allen M' Elmore Allen A, s ,l A Jan Allen r K . VV ,' 7 5, ' Mary Alvarez , Mary Ara I A Larry Arnic K f f 411 Sandra Arriola . A rf, . ' Dean Baker Mary Baker f Leon Banda Mike Barnett if Micky Barron A W A Kassie Beeson 'fr ff. 5-BA. 1 rw :fir ' " ' Q Kenneth P. Bonds ,Z Yolanda Bonds x E V t""' "g Lee Boothe Carolyn Bouldin S Kenneth Brandt f Roxanna Brom Jesse Brown Keith Brown Robert Brown Bryan Burrows Sharon A. Burton Carmen Camarillo M-Vi 1 iff I l l, l'f yi K il . TOP ROW: Coach Pesek, David Pena, Ronald Herschap, Pete Wilkerson, Bill Dell White, Bobby Newton, Barney Hunt, Mike English, Kenneth Brandt, Larry Arnic, Zack Hill, Harley Shoemar, Mike Barnett, Larry Lewis, Coach Rainey. MIDDLE ROW: Bryan Burrows, Steve Dolezal, Ken Chumchal, Elmore Allen, Hamilton Webb, Danny Camarillo, Billy Ploetz, Horris Greathouse, Ferd West, Danny Rioias, John Stefinsky, Jeff Simper, Larry Williams, Michael Steemer, Bobby Rodriquez, Bubba Akers. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Walshak, Keith Brown, Donald Greathouse, Carter Clack, Stacy Mueller, Larry Johnson, Zane Dennis, Herbert Clack, David Moore, Lee Boothe, Ricky Campion, Rudy Rodriquez, Mike Kuck, Richard Oncken Manager. 95 Eighlh Grade Danny Camarillo Rickey Campion Laurie Carlson Anasfacio Carrizales John Carrizales Linda Carter Clemencia Chapa Craig Chapman Doris Chavarria Kenneth W. Chumchal Diana Cisneros Herbert Clack James Carter Clock Nalhan W. Clack Sammie Jane Clark Consuela Contreras Joseph Todd Craven ficlgemgennis , racy Die? G en Do ezal Sieven Dolezal Tara DuBose Terri Edge Cynlhia Eleby Michael English Eula Erskin Sarah Escobedo Carolyn Espinosa James Fennell Jr. Kello J. Finch Teresa Finley Manuel Flores David Fullilove Mary Ann Garcia Clara Garza Deborah Gerloff Karen S. Gonzales Shirley Gonzales Thomas Gonzales Donald Greathouse Horris Greafhouse William E. Green Bennie Greenwood Michael Hagen Judy Haiovsky Carolyn M. Hansford David Hasiings Nicolas Hernandez Ronald Herschap 96 , ..,.r.r , irqfrr iirr J EA' E s e - .5 F27 '-c f, iii'i ,Ram , i J? 1 3' 4- .. ,, . is I x D fi rvr J ' .fe X , i s i if J .4 V s-,, .. mp ' Ja Wi ler f , 4 ep. fr- f. ' ' F " i Q: ' -'r' .V rf- - i, "'l' 4 Y if we ie '.-.r' - lx gg + Z? gr .N ., A fy, " , . . . , .. l J ef , , cf +I' - - ,lfir I , ff if f ' is K ' 1 in fx !.V !. fr M - ff A s f 'iv 5i"15l ii i 515:15 J ' C K l rv fv- 'v- .mf .- I 'fi' la. ,114 www vu 1 ,, W -1 Grade it , ,za 'w ,M J Z N.-V. t I-ui, ., W' i .1 ig' H! his . ,li - Il 2' s . A ':47.u .nil .gum n 4, tsl'-, s 4, af' Q 1 ' K vi, rem 1 X ll".31,g,l ,, ,,., ,, 5 ,, , W ,ff ' y f i' l M H ffw esV5Q L ra- I A we, so ,si f W, M2 ? I . l 7 , ,,k. "' K, , 3 fi fi it Sherry Lou Hill Zackery Hill Ruth Hodges Bonny Starr Hull Barney Ray Hunt Edward Hunt Michael Hunt Rosemary L. lrle Pauline Jalufka Wanda James David Janata Annie Marie Johnson James Johnson Jeuejulohnson Johnny Johnson Larry Johnson Loma Johnson Susan Johnson Sandra Kalisek Susan Keck James Kelly Tucker Kelley Mark Kincaid Richard Klapuch Carol Knandel Jo Ann Kresta Michael Kuck Dorothy Kulhanek Leigh Lauraine Frances Leal Henry Leal Johnny Leal Carol Elizabeth LePori Larry Lewis Luann Lindemann Rachel Lopez Sylvia Lopez Roger Machicek Margie Macias Glen W. Martin James Scott Martin Pauline Martinez Tomaso Martinez Gerald Massey Anna McGlothine Rosemarie McKnight Kelley M. McNabb Judy Mikes Kelly Miller 97 Eighth Grade Pamela Jean Miller Roy Miller David Moore Mark Moseley Stacy Mueller Maria Munguia Beth Munson X X 'AX Donnie Nance Sylvia Naveiar k ' ef- Cynthia Neitsch Q-ll Bobby Newton her lAnn Novak f SN Doris'Crnelas Darrell Wade Pape Dgkrreny Clifton Pgrlger Kathleen Pekar David Pena Clifford M. Reynolds Jr. Paulette Pilsner William Ploetz Patricia Raeke Jimmy Ramirez Anita Ramos Keith Richardson Richard Richter Virginia Richter Anna Rioias Daniel Rioias John Rivera Amanda Rodriguez Bobby Rodriguez Robert Rodriguez Rudy Rodriguez Robert Antonio Salas Martin San Miguel Marva Scallion Keith Schmidt Kelly Ann Scoggins Michael Scott Diane Seidel Fernando H. Sepulyeda Donald R. Sherry .Harley Shoemate Marilyn Short Jeffery Simper Denise Annette Smith Josie Smith Joycelyn Smith 98 T Q Q Eighth Grade Y are L get fi sea ,--" r .L fi A x K 4,-we Diane Zella Debra M. Zoch Carolyn Zumwalt 8th GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Kellye Miller. STANDING: Terry t Finley, Leigh Laurine, Judy Haiosoky. Laverne Smith Roy Smith Steven Smith Ronnie Soto David G. Staton Dorothy Staton Judy Staton, Michael Steemer John Patrick Stefinsky Jacquelyn Sutton Sherrie Svoboda JoAnn Tabera Cynthia E. Taylor Timothy Tesch Robert Tharp Robert Lee Thomas Todd Thompson Diana Trevino Cathy Vaughn Geraldine Vana Tony Vega Ruth Villareal Rudy Villasana Julie Walshak Mark Walshak Charles E. Watt Hamilton Webb Fred W. West Billy Dell White Karen Wilke Harvey J, Wilkerson Larry Williams Sarah Winegeart Willa Windwehen Catherine Young Class Officer members are: BACK ROW: Brandon Carroll, O. B. Porter, John Green. FRONT ROW: Michelle Wclshak, Connie Reed, Cheryl DuBose. pneu- 45 if QMS ' c 5 X K A 41,21 Q . r',- F Q. s-. . .1 ,.-. 2 -.-- , ... ,.- :T ' .Sn V UNF . i 'R X . . S iw' I 5 if l ' 5 eg' 16 , A X " .. ew. R r- Q- if X .- 'H . . 1 4 y 'Y i .ix .Qm,"srjX N X 3 , K . L ,W Jw' X ,Q XX -- :,.ef:.:, f 'S Wi Nl : C f X -... K - K , :sum ..ms:ar1:11ffs1:'-:ez-w:::azaz,:, , STUDENT COUNCIL: BACK ROW: Jeff Simper, Dale Glass, Michael English, Vin- cent Greafhouse, Carrie Espinosa, Bessie Fryer, Mrs. Sanders. FRONT ROW: Pat Garza, Vicki Hood, Leigh Lauraine, Judy Haiovsky, Ronald Dennis, Steve DeLeon, Sharon Boysen. 100 rf: .X QMS Coz... 333m A O Fgco- U-52 252 gm: rpwil 3735.1 -+m FDQE Q..1-N SW ...Wg 593 :OG- 2.5-Q we -1 15'-" 45mm T33- V'-4 335' U... cn-om 2-T 0 6-'fp ' C "' "'111:Qe-ing, ""' f if rl M if , it f ,i AQ iff' f 23 i J 5 Di fl ft 7. ., ,gf r- T Seventh Grade dit ames A ord Sylvia Arrellono Vernice Arnic Sarah Arriola Sarah Bohlman Janet Baker Karen Blgkery "5 4' Tifson Barnett Kathy Baros lrene Benavidez . . il y . ouldin Johnny Boyd David Breitschopf Michael Breitschopf Kenneth Brown Katherne Burton Carlos Camacho Robert Cantu Joyce Marie Carrizales . W iiiir Lupe Carrizales Marie Castillo Max Castillo SQphia.Ch.o.m29 I -V if r M Brandon Carrollf iii ,ef Molly Cisneros 7th Grade Papooses - Record 7 wins, 2 ties, no losses -sex -- ,Q e Wir .f ..,,:- 1. 3522! K' ' ' '-r' A - Q u,xt,,ggs., f,.. ,ii 5 in """'i B ""'i "' iiii A e it F 'O A A " I 'ffm'f31415ff5il555?f:77-5f7?:,,E7ii:E:!E ,'i1 j -i'rX-1 ,gg .',,' bf I-jfi T Ji- .." in fiiiiij-fj,f'g: -fu., 7,4 ' A ' Y' Qi. , 1 . , FRONT ROW: Allen Dobbins, Dennis Richter, Scott Dobbins, Casey Pinckard, Louis Reagan, Johnny Flores, Trey Hendershot, David Breitschopf, Robert Cantu, Lupe Carrizales, John Tabera, Dennis McGlothine, Greg Kuntschik, Tony Espinosa. SECOND ROW: Mike Vyvialo, Robert Johnson, Donald Petru, Milton Jones, Michael San Miguel, Tony Contreras, Conroy Mercer, Greg Zella, Pat Garza, Kenneth Fougerat, John Holt. THIRD ROW: Coach John Zavodil, O. B. Porter, David French, Carlos Camocho, Andy Mata, Jimmy Floyd, Eliiah Clark, Ronald Dennis, Ruben Gonzales, Brandon Corroll, Marvin Gibson, Butch Freeman, Coach Frank Fryer. BACK ROW: Kirby Knox, Steve Hastings, John Green, Dale Glass, Vincent Greathouse, Jack Gindler, Robert Remschel, Kenneth Brown. lOl Seventh Grade Eliioh Clark Michelle Clark Diane Cockcroft Rondo Contreos Sherri Cuyeligl Rose Mf'De Luna Ronald Dennis Allen Dobbins Scott Dobbins Cheryl DuBose Elton DuBose Mary Jane Eredio Chris Escobedo Orlando Espinosa Tony Espinoso Carol Forek Robin Finch Johnny Flores Michael J. Flores Kenneth J. Fougerot lsodelle Renae Floyd James Floyd Orvon Freeman David French Rachel Garcia Gloria Garza Johnny Garza E9LQC"19.,. DiannvGerloff Marvin Wayne Gibson Betsy E. Gilkey Jock Gindler Dale Glass Patricia Gonzales Ruben Gonzales Scott F. Goodwin Rosa Ann Gronado Ornal Grant Roxanne Greathouse Vincent Greathouse John Green Lisa Green Genaro Guerra Roger Guerra Hope Guevara James Hare Steve Hastings David Ray Hausler lO2 iv- in v is . l sw F X X R ,L 32,52 x ' Nbr. SAMS, ,, , X .X-Qxikxs-Q: if? X KX: K C-mix even ra e is "JJ fu ,f C7 L .. . , ,L, . i or ' J , . by 1 , i""t. f - . ' ,W 2 i VV , Trey Hendershot A "" F f "" T N - F' F-. 4 ,Mn -vb fi i I William Eugene Hisey,Jr. Y . . J -' A f li A if ' .-J0hnHO'f A ' Vicki E. Hood ki, f ' VVV, "" y ,Y f L " T ' Sharon Kaye Hoover ii i 2 K ' 13 i 5' 'EX Sally Howell ---Y'-ef J - is f' . Anna H f W A NEKJMQI I e in A V V W Stephanie Jackson W' 'Q Teresa Jalufka , 'WL ,sf , W" Timothy Janota W r W:-'f Alice Johnson Mary Ann Johnson Opra Johnson Robert Johnson . . .rife We J , , Gail Jones we "J' "" Milton D. Jones Tracey Jones Bobby Jordan 'W f Johnny Lynn Jordan Andrew Juarez Q 1' Dian Kay Jurek WV! Q ae V no M Jerrie Jurek X William Glen Jurek Ernestine Kapavik Karen Karnau Sharon Karnau if 'Z Kirby L. Knox , Gregory Kuntschik ff M Jre J eyirr J l 'M - H ' ' LH- A " 1' -e Baker, Judy Acker, Rhonda Robinson, Greg Kuntschik, Sandra Parras, David Moreno, Sherry Cuvelier, Tim Janata, Debbie Valenta, Tracey Jones, ' X, Don Petru, Bill Hisey, Michelle Walshak. ROW FOUR: Kathy Reynolds, Katherine Burton, Sandy Tesch, Jo Ann Moses, Sharon Hoaveqgqrol Staton, Kirby Knox, Trey Hendershot, Butch Freeman, Scott Dobbins, Bruce Tieken, James Alford, David Hausler, Louis Reagan, Jimmy Floyd, Carol Farek, Jack Gindler. ROW FIVEE SZ5'i'ElT'Arriola, Jerrie Jurek,TMelanie Wright, Sharon McKinney, Rachel Garcia, Andrew Juarez. ROW SIX: Sandra Richter, Sandra Tomas, Dennis Richter, Elton DuBose, Todd Remschel, Diann Gerloff, Ray Soefie, Simon Longoria, O. B. Porter, Mike Vyviala, Beverly Scott, Teresa Jalufka, Allen Dobbins, Randy Kohlenberg, Herb Karnau. l O3 Xi VY.. Artie Lampkin Sostenes Leal Jr. Tommy Leal A Ella Fay Lewis Simon Longoria Debbie Lopez Estella Luke Seventh Grade John D. Lytle Andrea Macios U ll fi 1' QFQ EU, Leonard Martin fi 5 Jo Ann Martinez y, ng! ,552 Andrew Maia Jr. is 'V gk 56 Marsha Mayberry Dennis McGlothine 5511663 A. Mcimay 'Conroy7W6'rter-J Therese Mikesh Lizzie Ola Miller Willie J. Miller Esther Molina James A. Molnoskey David Moreno Reyes Moreno Jo Ann Moses Lafern Moral arla Mueller y lar ,gmiixmnngb An rea ova Shari Nowotny Terry L. Pape Bever,lyLP,gkD riscilla Peterek -s Debra Petras Donald W. Petru Casey Pinckard Sandra Porras O. B. Porter Jr. Diane Ramirez Linda Ramos Louis C. Reagan Connie L. Reed Robert Remschel Todd Remschel Katherine D. Reynolds Dennis Richter Wxky eff? ..s-sex- . ' iii S.. fi' ' Douglas W. Richter I I I .:b 5-I 'gk 'l 104 . i'le1 ifie 4.9 4.5 H 1--lzislllw il llliillk L RJ A . 4 'sry .. ,W ne- awe we 5 S we u J 5 .. , nf we ee 6 S5 fi? .:i- . . bk 8 k X K is J . -" ,f fewi F E' A A it we ff. Seventh Grade Q Edward D. Richter S9ndr9 Qee Richter Tiana RNQT' ' ' Rhonda Robinson Rosanne Mae Roegner Michael S ' l5 gg C' Beverly Scott g , ' Justin! Shannon Robert Shelton Joey Shock Char ene leg sifismaf' Ray S. Soefie .-- - Car on . 3 e--'- 4, f aron Supak J "SX I it ii? David Sutton N t . M, XR J John Tabera 1 7' V Joe Taylor 5 J , gt J Pamela Technik X J "', Sandy W. Tesch - .,.c .. X vera.. rciicc c , ' lt. . " 1 1 Marsha Thanheiser .6 . . Bruce M. Tieken " I --ig : 'll Q Sandra Tomas V ' u .5 .gg .. Gloria Torres it i fii ' Josephine Torres 1 ii: A A , Ann Tuch Q ' Billy G. Tumlinson Q l L i QKN, Debra Valenta i J Rene Vega . 'fs "': 1 ,Q Rudy Villareal , S 'fl ' P Michael Vyviala X- ' Aubrey Walleck Michelle Walshak T' Ray Washington J 'iiii fi' 'A L 1 1 W Belinda Wri .. , e anie K. Wright , V I., Fil t .1 N , Gregory Zella , I ' W Ryan Alan Zumwalt X -. 1 f Wir' 1 ,571 Y, , , ,k E 'ii 7th GRADE CHEERLEAD- ' ERS: Members 4' are: Cheryl Du A ' Bose. STAND- X Beatrice Gomez ING: Sherry , T ' A Newton, Vicki ,g Hood, Gloria fl-fiifii' 'Wt los vw. -Lg 'v-4 :nay 1 Garza. ti-'.fg'?iii'53ir'l1:5-l3'.f? Q Junior High students took out one day this year to pay tribute to the "fabulous fifties." sw Sixth grade class officers: BACK ROW: Bruce Allen, Darryl Ben- nett, Commie Hisey, Albert Atkin son. FRONT ROW: Gay Schie- berle, Teresa Hood. Coach Pesek introduces a new unit in science to his seventh grade students. 1, Q Wi" fri' 'Z' , ,.. ,. . Sixth Grade I . E Vi' l a if fr? X , J , my 'J I! fn.. 9, C mv .1 1' ilflillglglllidk 1. -vile , 1-iimnull E I' 'g,.. Q .5215 . . In-f mn E ,r I as a ,, ' wfsfissf Chella Alford Bruce Allen Daniel Almcguer Duane Almcguer Rachel A. Arrellano Albert Atkinson Linda Baker Mary Ellen Baker Suzanne Baras Nathan Barnett Shawn Behlen Rebecca Benavides Victor Benavides Darryl Bennett Wanda G. Bonds Sharon R. Boysen Ricky A. Breitschopf Fannie Mae Brown lrene Brown Lisa Brown Jeanette L. Burger Karen Caad Cheryl A. Caldwell Jesse Camarillo .lose E. Camarillo Alice Cantrell Danny Cantu David Cantu Elsa A. Carrizales David Casares Charisse Christian David Clock Wanda Clock Scott D. Collins Celeste Cook Christi L. Cooney Linda K. Copeland Tom DeBerry Jimi Lee Dechman Anna DeLeon Steve DeLeon Sylvia DeLuna Leslie Dixon Nancy Doubrava Shiron Dove Jack DuBose Sara DuPree Christi Ehrig Bruce Eleby l07 r?,, Sixth Grade Pamela English ai V ' I Bertha Erskin V Vs . ,V Grant Erwin ' 2 if Gabriel Espinosa M 47- L, ,if Donna Fink .. 5 "A J ." Teresa L. Fox , , , E E Z . ':,, Bessie Fryer g, I , H f f, ,Q 'ii ,a fs'- ga, .mei .4 .1 frm! 1 ,Q H ff' ,f,,, f We Anthony Garcia ' ' I ' H " 1521 Diana Garcia ' 1 ' . iliiiii ' h Elizabeth A. Garcia 1 L ' I Robert Garcia an it I Sherry Gibson g y . If - H V, E Mark Girouard A I l Y ,A., ...YV , 5 f Kathy Glass gf' I 61,9 1 J Y T i , Q 1 Q f l i f iii? A " ' ' A' if Genevive C. Gonzales J H il Roy Gonzales ,W , . Q' 5' M . Oscar Grant H f' ' y," Amos Greathouse "'- - Andrew Greathouse j Debbie Greathouse Q ,Q Sonya Greathouse J 24 1, ,ry In 3 13 Kenneth E. Grier i . Johnny Guerra ' X Mary Jane Guevara X Susie Guevara if Michael Gurleski I ,Y , f .v.,i 1 1 ,J 1, Kathy Hall John Hare ffm' , ,r KM., 3-f iiiiiilli LJ vi-1 L., f T i BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Hall, Sue Richardson, Syliva DeLuna, Pam English, Mona Yackel, Rebecca Benavides, Shari Gibson, Lynette Stefinsky, Teresa Hood, Gay Sehuberle, Terry Malatek, Jeanette Burger, Martha Perales, Anna DeLeon, Deborah Pavliska, Lisa Brown, Kari Miller, Hector Soto, Christi Ehrig. SECOND: Nancy Doubrava, Shari Russell, Dorothy Hunt, Wanda Clack, Melissa MeRae, Alice Harrison, RoseLinda Sixtos, Karen Caod, Jimilee Dechman, Sylvia Guerra, Angelita Macios, Kim Miller, Celeste Cook, Mary Macias, Sara DuPree, Linda Baker, Cindy Hill, Denise Quinney, Suzanne Baros, Sharon Boysen, Nathan Barnett. THIRD ROW: Michelle Whitehead, Christi Kuntschik, Elizabeth Garcia, Sylvia Padilla, Esther Lopez, Margaret Scott, Michael Spears, Kevin Thompson, Charisse Christian, John Jurek, Rhonda Mercer, Grant Holt, Mildred Perales, James McNabb, Bessie Fryer, Mary Ann Voges, Peggy Technik, Kathy Glass, Mark DuBose, Megan Wright. FOURTH ROW: Russell Mills, James Lamprecht, Sammie Martinez, Barnett, Duane Almaguer, Baldimor Valenzuela, Gracie Reyes, Mildred Williams, Henry Sotka, Shirlette Hastings, John Perfetto, Keith Pagel, Roger Rivera, Mariellen Baker, Tyree Schurig, Mark Reid, Sandee Stella, Gabriel Espinosa, Steve DeLeon, and Herb Karnau. 4 X , , , 'L ai A A,.A J - TV ' ,V J ' J n fl? 5? ' 4' I -for . it L, M511 K I Q A ,, E cf 4 ,, . .L 'L l ' , J 7 l A , .- .Q M1 , 4 , if J it V :42 , J , ,,i, A N if J J g ,A . , W . J 'W 1 .3 ' 1 ,vrl M " I K ,, 2, i .. my , I ..,,..,, I I , a 1 . iff, E 1 . me J r All m ,,,f, L J, W, A 5 1 .,,uff Ii' VI' Rr 1 .L "gf "iw Q, V V fa g y 1 Q .,, ., yee , J, ,. E J A 14 .i1 Z L ' A la' rg E if i ll J rJe J , 63 'M . , .12 f:,2I." ?11xw, N' 'fiom Sixth Grade 1 ,yy , ll .HELEFA QQ: if , ,:,, , -r ,.z it e It - V 1 W1 if if mv' gli Paul Harris Alice Harrison Shirlette Hastings Carl E. Heller Carol Hernandez Fernando Hernandez Josephine Herrera Cindy Hill Commie Hisey Farris Hodges Jr. Zula Mae Hodges Grant Holt Teresa K. Hood Richard Hull Beverly Hunt Billy Joe Hunt Dorothy Jean Hunt Gregory Hunt William Charles lnce Larry Jalufka Sandra Kaye Johnson Willie Mae Johnson John Jurek Robert Kuck Brian S. Kuntschik James Lamprecht August L. Leissner Esther Lopez Ramiro Lopez Phyllis Low Gloria Luke Edward Machicek Angelita Macias Juanita Macias Mary Macias Gregory Malatek Terry J. Malatek Elsa Martinez Sammie Martinez Bernadine Mata Calvin Mayberry James McNabb Melissa McRae Danny Mendez Delmira Mendoza Glenn Menking Rhonda Mercer Nancy L. Mikesh Kari Miller 109 Sixth Grade Kimberly Miller Russell Mills Stephen Mills Carmen Molina Henry E. Molina Anthony S. Moore Moses Mora Johnnie Nance Michael Oakes Sylvia Padilla Keith Pagel Alton Pakebusch Jr. Joel Lee Paris Deborah Pawliska Martha A. Perales Mildred Perales Martha Perez John Perfetto Mark Ploeger Charles Polk Jessie Polk Denise Quinney Alice Ramos Diana Ramos Luisa Ramos Ricky Ramos Mark Reid Gracie Reyes Sue Richardson Adam Rioias Roger Rivera Sylvia Rivera C. D. Rodriguez Diane Rodriguez Daniel Scott Roegner Joe Rosales Shari Russell Cleveland Sampleton Diana Sanchez Josephine Sanchez Ramona Sanchez Ruben San Miguel Joy l. Schaeffer Keith Schauer Gay Lisa Scheberle Tyree Schurig Margaret Scott Sandra Short Rose Sixtos 0 I. , . J -. :MV A ., ,., ,.... I y ,Mfs .F T ' ,- if, 4. 'W es ' . ,J 5, ff. t .wx 6 .,,. , J." 3 ygwf A J I , E ... 5 , I fv- . 1 , . l i W' ' ff ' , Sixth Grade 'bv 1 f- if ,si-it we ----...Tig Y' Q. Ni- . ,u- xr' Q 41 Q.. V - fb . -.avg ' , sg g f -tg. ,,,. 'I , ,fn ir M- '-. C ff? gsm Q- J Q Y ' Q ws Q "-, ii ig' a Y x 1 I , A 3 . zh ., .Y f ly ,L Q g V' 1 .3 1 . W ,. is T is E Qu .,,, 3 ii- V T if A- min 4' ffl :K A Y g f .A A - 4 I T f at i , ,T rrr r 1, 1 C - K 1 if" 71 J ,xL,:L1 1, 4 X 13 ,.,k ,, L,xX S i' gli' ' essiii it x4 l gg K Q, 1 i e,., A is A Q Q "' ff ii S A I lf: ii ggi., K ' S ig' f ,T ,f u ,, 3 C N if e t E i QLA. gg . ,, -.,.,,v , W S I A - Q seir J. f A f X i '- by J T- - , l,. tg ' i s I ilil f' X A 1,J,A1 , ll A v-L: B GHS Thespians presented "Bye Bye Birdie" for an enthusiastic Junior High audience. Billy Smith Bryant Smith l. G. Smith Jeff Smith Henry Sofka Hector Soto Michael Spears Rickie L. Steemer Lynnette Stefinsky Sandee M. Stella Billy Stewart Gilda J. Taylor Peggy Technik Carolyn Thorp Kevin Thompson Gerald Tieken Daniel Tomas Richard Torres Johnny Trevinio Judy A. Turner Alice Valdez Charlie Valenta Baldimor Valenzuela Danny Vana Vergie Vega David Vickers Mary Ann Voges Gabriel Watt Cleveland Webb Annie White James White John Albert White Michelle Whitehead Denise M. Wileford Mildred Williams Jeffery Wishert Megan Wright Mona Yackel x 'Q ill Personaliig Editor: Paificia Qpahn M . In .V .-.1 Q. Miki, ,586 W. LQ Y W12ifmf4 W ': . ,:, M- ' W eeee Q Wa. gk Q ' W be 'W sf Q '1S..""l.g 'r 'X If 1. xl if A 35.55 Kaffe? Remember ihe Exeifemenf of . . . Highlights of Homecoming Night The "Traditional Kiss" seems to last longer with every year. H4 The crowning of our Homecoming Queen is the highlight each year of our Homecoming Football game. That night brings a special thrill and excitement to each individual. Three nominees are chosen by the senior class and from these nominees the stu- dent body elects the queen and the royal princesses. The privilege of crowning the Homecoming Queen is an honor which belongs to Fred A. Havel, Super- intendent of Schools. af ,- 'Ss E 1 Z, N A N U. V , , .- 411 f' X3 in af, W, ,Y "f,,ff1,1 f r af . , J, 719 af 1 , 7,4 44, f r' 1 Aj-A w r K N 'Xi figfxvw , 1, MIR: nf ? ' f -- 2 if U A 4,, ,rh,?, . W ,gk . 0 , n f ' s , 1 4 . e TT' .. A - 9 .ft 1974-1975 Homecoming Queen and Esoori Queen Jean Johnson and Escort Tommg Bludau 1974- I 975 Homecoming Duohesses and Princesses -.,. so DUCHESSES AND THEIR ESCORTS: SENIOR DUCHESSES: Frances Venegas and escort Johnny Zertuche, Glenda Steen and escort Andre Fryer, Patti Tomas and escort Russell Brunkenhoefer. JUNIOR DUCHESS: Kathleen Moore and escort Tim Gescheidle. SOPHOMORE DUCHESS: Sylvia Gomez and escort Danny Espinosa. FRESHMAN DUCHESS: Loretto Reed and escort Tommy Lin- demann. PRINCESSES AND THEIR ESCORTS: Princess Cathy Boysen and escort Bryon Glass, and Princess Cindy he and escort Jeffery Braune. Miss G.H.9. Pahg Qmiih it WMI! .,f RWE! Patty's four year leadership ofthe GHS stu- dent body as cheerleader makes her an appropriate recipient of the title "Miss GHS." Her high school record is marked with schol- arship, character and the esteem of her class- mates. She is a member of FTA, FBLA, Stu- dent Council, Orange Jackets, and an officer in most. She served as class president and class favorite two years, and was elected Football Sweetheart and Best All Around her senior year. This energetic young lady partic- ularly enioys her business courses and finds time to sew all her own clothes. Nye .V 6 . g-will if , ....-A i . ' is--...wa Bryan is heading for Texas A8iM and a career in veterinary medicine. An active member of FFA for four years he held several campus offices and served as District Secretary his senior year. As an honor student he was a member of the National Honor Society, for two years serving as President his senior year, and the Latin Honor Society for four years. Bryan represented GHS in several math con- tests including the Roosevelt and Alamo Dis- trict Meets. He distinguished himself as a member of 4-H by being elected the Gold Star Boy for Gonzales County. Highlighting his senior year was a Sl ,OOO scholarship awarded him by the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Association. Mr. G.H.9. Brgan Glass i . . , .wi-ss. Q r 'S Orange Jackei Qweeihearis Andre Frger and Tommg Bludau Fooiball Sweeiheari Pai-Ig Qmiih D.A.R. Award Cindg Vgvjala U Bei-tg Crocker Award Linda Miller Girls' and Bogs' Slale Jerrg Flogd, Calhg Bogsen and Linda Miller Band Sweelhearl and Beau Marshall Qmilh and Pal-li Tomas F.H.A. Sweeihearf Jeff Leissner F .F.A. Sweefheari Pai-li Tomas : i 52' ",,,, Y Mosi Qiudious Cindg Vgvjala and Randg Walker Friendliesi Judg Johnson and Jefferg Braune Mosi Talenied Caihg Bogsen an Johnng Zeriuche w it Mosi A+hIe+ic Tommy Bludau and Glenda Qieen 125 . . Besi All Around Qandg Volleniine and Pang 9mi+h Mosi Likelg +o Succeed Marshall Qmiih and Jean Johnson rvaqjjf, . .,4',- ' ' I rv I 'TJ 1 CLASS FAVORITES v f .SW ! an, Lml, 0,4 .3 kfx Glenda Sieen and Andre Fryer Cindy Booihe and Jeffery Braune Linda Leal and Johnny Zeriuche fi 7 ff eff' K' iw, 221 H, ver W' 'T' :- B f 'haf' ,pf 9 D fe 9 'NSS 5 . H 7? .. ,K gg Q? if 5 ' i fi A 4 .wb 'E X' ' Carlos Camarillo and Riia Olmos 0 Louis Qcoi-I and Lovie Harrison . . l u I Q- K , KL! , '- H.. o . ' 'Q 5-.. f 4, . ' -r V 4 I ,. ' John Aikinson r r f1o and Q W-,Q-.- Jan McCullough x,..,- -. Sophomore Favorites Larrg Newion and Lori Qhuler Linda James and Elrog Steen Sglvia Gomez and Luis Garcia Freshman Favoriies ? . vqawv f-154-Ni 395, We i'g?PVwHfg7N ft A L .A xy. ..-M , , . KQQYWK fi fem x . Xu., M , , . M., 19, 'Qs 1-. xx .Y . , 134 if 'f??ds ,my-aj X ,if gf ,- ffqfffi. .H .1 ' M V ' 1:'L3f"' 3. ig A'.1 Q X 4 Xi Q , f ' ,Q S .lerrg Miller and Casandra Clack Ng, , , ,,,S,,,:,,,. . 5 Kenneih LePori and LoreHa Reed Eufenio Gonzales and Rachel Qoio Drganizaiions Ediiorz Donis Hoopingarner i X Remember ihe Time Our Club Weni . . . Q Jr. Hisiorians Mr. John Davis Sponsor Members of Junior Historians Are: B. Bazan, R. Ramirez, R. Garcia, R. Soto, S. Espinosa, and D. Leal. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Davis, T. Rodriguez, R. Olmos, G. Arrellano, A. Salas, and M. Hernandez. THIRD ROW: M Hidalgo, S. Garcia, L. Camarillo, J. Ramirez, N. Garcia, and J. Ramirez. FOURTH ROW: R. Ramos, and G Molina. Becky Bazan, President of Junior Historians, leads a discussion about the club's trip to San Antonio to visit various missions. 1, x Q., J e1 We ww, We Officers of Junior Historians Are: Mr. Davis, Spon- sor, Diane Leal, Sergeant-at-Arms, Sarah Espinosa, Reporter, Rachel Soto, Treasurer, Rose Garcia, Sec retary, Ricky Ramirez, Vice President, and Becky Bazan, President. The Junior Historian Club entered a car, driven by the officers, in the Come and Take It Parade. 139 ApacheHe Drill Team D. Dobbins J. Johnson N. Remschel K. Heldersen G. Porros O D. Scott D. Lindemonn F. Venegos C. WGH P. Johnson P. Deon J. Boysen K. Garner P. Brunkenhoefer M. Dechmon D. Walker S. Gomez M. Corrizcles Officers of the Apachettes Are: Frances Venegos, Lieu- tenantg Karen Garner, Lieuten- antg Christina Watt, Lieuten- antg Diane Scott, Lieutenant, Mrs. Patsy Davis, Sponsor, SITTING: Patricia Johnson, Maiorg Donna Lindemann, Captain. l YSICAL ICATIDN X 1 V E - v v' D it A n 'JP' ,,,.m N V iiig ,Q .. 341 ,5 NY3 'mir wth my AMT , , .cf'Tl?L.l ' '55 -L T LT. k 1 ,- - 4 V ' , W 4 dr 2 , K2 . y-'K U 4 . ., 4? , . - ,L . '. ' z' -al Mrs. Patsy Davis we g,,,,M Au s '51 .T , ,,.,, 1'4V'. The Apachettes know that it takes practice to be perfect. They are constantly improving their skills with hard work and group participation. After a good half-time, the Apcichettes return to their places in the stands knowing that they had given an excellent performance. 'ti Q ll l i i. s Building Trades 1. A xl 0 : . 5 S Members of Building Trades Are: S. Hodges, H. Greathouse, D. Williams, D. Scott, F. Longoria, J. Contreras, R. Ramos, Chapman, P. White, D. White, and C. Taylor. SECOND ROW: B. Johnson, L. Hastings, C. Kylondezes, J. Smith, H. Bonds, Scott, F. Hunt, F. Brown, L. Fennell, R. White, and B. Bouldin. Freddie Brown, Charles Taylor, David Wayne Scott, Paul White, and Larry Fennell work with the circular saw. M C s N cally . tif? KW? 'ii' . 5 hugs. Mr. Bo Person Sponsor Melvin Johnson lakes time for perfeciion in puffing up plywood corner braces. Charles Taylor is assisted by Gary Lewis in using the circular saw. ,, N ig-is . . Officers of Building Trades Are: Johnny Contreras, Reporter, Melvin Johnson, Vice Presidentg and David Scott, President SECOND ROW: Charles Taylor, Sergeant-at-Arms, Freddie Longoria, Treasurer, Bobby Johnson, Secretary, and Hiawatha Greafhouse, Parliamenfarian. 1113 44 Future Scientists MR. JESSE SMITH Sponsor , 5 X ..s'z221ee.svfsssQ Q ii SS1- J si S Members of Future Scientists for the year of 1974-1975 are: FIRST: P. Dean, R. Walker, L. Walker, J. Kelley SECOND: D. Walshak, J. Schellhase, L. Garvel, L. Cantrell, B. Watts. THIRD: J. Baker, J. Miller. Future Scientists have many proiects during the year, cleaning the park was one ofthe proiects held this year. s 'YD -,x C t f y I f r W ii? ieii 4 5 ' ,sms E ""' At this meeting, Mr. Glen Sachtleben gave a pro- gram concerning the safety of firearms, boating, and a general coverage of different subiects con- cerning the need of safety. Officers of Future Scientists Are: Reporter Luann Cantrellg Parliamentarian Patti Deang Sponsor Mr. Jesse Smith, Secretary Randy Walker, President Jim Kelleyg Vice President Larry Walker + p ill 5 cs: S S W - I 2 e T. For the Year of 19711-l 975, Members of FTA Are: FIRST: S. Vollentine, P. Brunkenhoefer, N. Remschel, D. Lindemann, L. Mille C. Vyviolo. SECOND: D. Peferek, D. Brown, J. Boysen, C. DeBerry, B. Richmond, S. Logon, V. Howell. THIRD: P. Arc, M. Jocl son, l. Freyer, D. Fougerol, C. Wolf, J. Johnson, S. Ploeger. FOURTH: L. Johnson, E. Hordf, S. Hill, B. Simper, R. Daniel, C. Finl D. Kunfschik. Fulure Teachers ' 6 of -X America U 2 '-.,,.h-N Mrs. Buddy DuBose nv- Sponsor of FTA Money is one thing that a club iust can't do without, so . . .someone has to do the work . , .ask Chris. A ..:: t-.X:Qg,Ei: , :klk 1 1: "'l gi- ,L , g ,.kx f . 'ur A, -s i K Vuux I I 2 k'fEkk:"' 7 ' xiii? . Y . -4643 fl J . President, Donna Lindemann poses some problems for the members of FTA during a regular club meeting. ,,..o-v""" .L Dfficers of FTA Are: Secretary, Cindy Vyviala, Parliamentarian, inda Miller, Vice President, Cindy Boothe, Treasurer, Natilie Rem- :hel, Patti Brunkenhoefer, Historian, Class Representative, Bill ichmond, President, Donna Lindemann, and Sponsor, Mrs. Buddy 'uBose. Asking questions turns out to be the only way to find out the answers to get new ideas for fund raising. lA ' A f ,,,,,,. ,,,,,., W -.-.-ww-.....-,........... Members of Youth for Christ are: FIRST: L. Barek, L. Newton, R. Walton, M. Wienecke, L. James, T. Longoria, P. Winegeart, L Shuler, D. Lepori, E. Patterson, G. Lamprecht, K. Moore. SECOND: B. Phillips, U. Miller, T. Conant, F. Soto, R. Hidalgo, D. Smith D. Wyatt, S. lnce, R. Hindman, Mrs. Boswell, Mrs. Reaves. THIRD: J. Bruns, J. Kelley, R. Daniel, D. Porter, C. Clock, C. Tovar, L Nagel, M. Moore. FOURTH: K. DesRochers, K. LePori, D. Smith, A. Brothers, L. Smith, E. Dobbins, J. Spahn, R. Hallmark, P Klein. Youth Christ Mrs. Malcom Reaves and Mrs. Jack Boswell. 48 .. A ?' D. Lepori, Bible Quiz Captain, P. Winegeart, Vice President of Programs, K. Moore, President, R. Wal- ton, Vice President of Proiects, L. Farek, Vice Presi- dent of Proiects, T. Longoria, Bible Quiz Captain, Shuler, Treasurer, L. Newton, Historian, M. Wien- ecke, Song Leader, L. James, Secretary, D. Dob- bins, Song Leader, G. Lamprecht, Pianist. L. The purpose of YFC is three-fold: Evangelism, devel- opment of teen leadership, and provision ofthe proper kind of teen activity. Proiects for the year include a "Come and Take lt" entry, Bible quizes, projects for the Bluebonnet - Ranch and Warm Springs, and the presentation of a ,,,-. . QQ3--,M scholarship to a senior who plans to enter college. L '.,,, ? ,. .. ii X. .,,..f Having picnics is a good way to have fun. It gives members of Youth for Christ a chance to talk about their beliefs. T49 FIRST ROW: A. Dreyer, C. Boysen, C. Hull, S. Borto, J. Johnson, J. Dreyer, P. Smith. SECOND ROW: G. Molo- fek, L. Gorvel, D. Dobbins, L. Wood, D. Schellenberg. THIRD ROW: J. Scheilhose, J. Johnson, D. Kuntschik, S. Lee, L. Forek, S. Campion, D. Lindemcnn. FOURTH ROW: D. Voigt, F. Evan, P. Richter, R. Kulhcinek, G. Lom- precht, B. Heller, C. Morfinez. Fuiure Business Leaders i of America ,.., . Mrs. Maurice Harrell provides sponsorship for The FBLA club The members of FBLA took a field trip that introduced them to the business transactions of the newly built First National Bank. OFFICERS: President, Patty Smith, Vice President, Joni Dreyerg Secretary, Jean Johnson Treasurer, Sharon Barta, Reporter, Candi Hull, Historian, Cathy Boysen, Parliamentarian, Alice Dreyer. Cathy Boysen works on the FBLA scrapbook so that this year will be recorded for reference in future years. I Q 9 I 974- I 975 Before school began, a few people gathered around. Dave Daniels had his bod traced for a posier of Con- rad Birdie. 1 ff i J This year, the Drama Class presented Romeo and Juliet. Playing the lead roles were Michael Boon and Debbie Dobbins. ...,,.. Members of Thespians Are: FIRST: D. Seger, J. Braune, V. Howell, H. Munson, J. Wehlmann, S. Vollentine, Mrs. Bell, L. Miller, D. Pritchard, T. Dean, D. Hoopingar- ner, M. Webb, L. Arnic. SECOND: C. Williamson, M. Holt, E. Dobbins, D. Brozos zowski, L. Goodwin, P. Ara, M. Jackson, L. Wood, D. Dobbins, P. Halamicek, D. Wirtz, J. Reagan, D. Jones, R. Gibson, L. Scott, D. Bivins. THIRD: J. Atkinson, A. Wolthall, C. Hill, J. Wilkerson, R. Hidalgo, C. Hill, M. Dechman, J. Haiovsky, C. Hull, T. Massie, J. Dreyer, M. Boon, M. Witt, A. Price, E. Steen, R. Thibodaux. FOURTH: R. Connell, N. Geschiedle, S. DuBose, J. Ramirez, S. Molina, D. Leal, A. Rodriguez, R. Garcia, R. Soto, B. Bazan, B. Rodriguez, M. Johnson, J. Floyd, S. Ploetz, L. Johnson, K. Siedel, D. Quinney. FIFTH: L. Netti, R. Ramirez, W. Tieken, D. Pilsner, S. Schellhase, K, Mikesh, D. Daniel, M. Burger, C. Peterek, E. Hardt, P. Atkinson, M, McMillan, C. Martinez, N. Neuse, R. Villisano, B. Richmond, L. New- ton, D. Oeltien. SIXTH: R. Daniel, G. Malatek, D. Martin, T. Newton, N. Miller, J. Gibson, J. Jurek, R. Tieken, L. Gray, M. Netti, L. Poynter, L. Staton, S. Ploeger, C. Vyviala, P. Bailey, M. LePori, L. Fink. SEVENTH: K. McNabb, B. Simper, R. Walker, D. Kotzebur, D. Thibodaux, S. Jurek, B. Heller, C. Fink, C. Sanders, S. Logan, N. Davis, P. Dean, J. Johnson, R. Miller, L. Sieve-rs, W. Simmons, S. Hill, J. Lamprecht. Mrs. Rodney Bell Sponsor of Thespians The Thespian float, a small staging of the fall production of Bye Bye Birdie won 2nd place in the Come and Take lt Parade in the School Division. 153 S Officers of Thespians for the Year of T974-l975: Secretary, Judy Wehlmann, Treasurer, Valorie Howell, Scrapbook, Debbie Pritchard, President, Sandy Vollentine, Sponsor, Mrs. Bell, Vice President, Jeff Braune, Sponsor's Assistant, Debbie Seger, Treasurer, Houston Munson, Reporter, Linda Miller, Publicity, Terri Dean and Donis Hoopingarner. Moving a call board upstairs helped move the Thespian information a little bit closer to home base. Going down those stairs was iust a trifle too much. This was a very good move on the behalf of collecting and getting people to their proper places on time. 154 Aeronautics Aeronautics deals with the learnings of flying, radio --4.1 contact, and the general knowledge of Aeronautics in particular. 5 A lf., If Learning how to work the radio is very important in order to get in contact with an aircraft. 'vw Q , t"' V L il, , 'fl e,tA , A .f,,., I All these members of Aeronautics are learning how to operate this radio in the correct procedure. yt , W? Members of Aeronautics are FIRST C Kapavik L Gray D Fougerat B. Keck SECOND G Reagan B Brothers K LePori L Walker J Baker J Miller Mr Baker 1 Varsiig Cheerleaders Cindy Sanders Potty Smith Allyson Wootton Jan McCullough Julio Rodriguez i GREAT! Sandy Vollentine, mascot of the Apaches, has proven to be one of the best mascots ever. Sandy has moved the enthusiasm of each person in the school. ii.l1 express spirit. . . J lf' l ' ' f To Jeffery Braune, getting to be a part of the spirit is in mang wage. At the last pep rally of the year, seniors gather on the gym floor to bid farewell. At the end of each pep rally, the Varsity Cheerleaders lead the entire student body in the song "Within the Halls of GHS." l57 if 'i PATTY SMITH HEAD CHEERLEADER means many things - - - Supporting our athletes all the , M" , w. -f . Q, I f - f 158 ALLYSON WOOTTON Being a cheerleader at Gonzales High School way to the victory . . . Representing the student body . . . Boosting the spirit of everyone in Gonzales High School JAN MCCULLOUGH ASSISTANT HEAD Jw J sa , 4 all -X, flwm 4, 41 ,, Qgwvq tt 5 Yfvkgy' QM,- 4 Q I if 1 ' A 535+ 57 ff, 5.5 ' 54,,1fw 4 fff Q j 1 Q 8 i' bt a- .3 ,L K Q X Q 'ri 5 qs M ji at wi Q Los Amigos Mr. Genaro Saldana Sponsor mm .,'n-nf "o' ' F Q .,,, VN Members Are: J. Zeriuche, L. Caniu, J. Rodriguez, C. Porras. SECOND ROW: Mr. Saldana, N. Garcia, E. Aguirre, N. Gayion, S Canfu, M. J. Perez, M. Castillo. THIRD ROW: B. Bcizan, A. Salas, S. Gomez, S. Espinosa, D. Lecil, R. Olmos. FOURTH ROW: A Garcia, D. Valdez, G. Arrellano, C. Camarillo, R. Rodriguez. FIFTH ROW: A. Rodriguez, A. Sepulveda. 160 'lohnny Zertuche, President of the Los Amigos Club, :onducts the monthly meeting and answers any ques- ions presented. of Los Amigos, Lillian Cantu and Johnny Zer- uche, discuss the agenda for the next meeting. Rita Olmos, the Los Amigos Club sweetheart, poses on the club's entry in the Come and Take It Parade. Officers of Los Amigos Are: Johnny Zertuche, President, Rosa Garza, Sergeant-at-Arms, Julia Rodriguez, Vice-President, and Lillian Cantu, Secretary. The Pow Wow Siaff 1974- I 975 P. Richter, C. Watt, C. Kapavik, K. Raley. SECOND ROW: R. Ramirez, B. Bazan, C. Camarillo, A. Hyman. THIRD ROW: H Pena, L. Sfaion, N. Miller, L. Poynter. FOURTH ROW: A. Hrncirik, D. Seger, R. Daniel, P. Bailey. FIFTH ROW: J. A. Green, J Jurek, J. Braune, N. Davis, C. Burton. l62 l 1 Mrs. Jean Hinds, Pow Wow Sponsor, has given help and understanding to her fifth period newspaper staff. Photography editor, Debbie Seger, explains the fundamentals of printing to her staff photographer, Carlos Camarillo. "You mean we are going to meet our deadline?!?" ii-Q 'ff fi 'vt .sys 1 '11 ..,I'sgSilsfif5 ' P ': .- f 5 ., ,, ,,,. 5 'S' if i' I .5 Q24-Es. ' fx' ,fiat .film i M xii k,.. kk is , sf 2 ' ITE ' Ea il 5 W, E wht! iss-at s ff: 6 '-fff,yc- 4 'i ' " 1 W ' "M" .. . is vzucn-""" Mrs. Hinds discusses a future story for the Pow Wow with Kim Raley. Ann Hrncirik finds that putting the latest issue of the Pow Wow up adds a new dimension to her day. ww. f 'K vw ty W., M 1 i ,af -- . -7 , 5. s i :Elf 'gif 'RQ' 164 Anne Hyman, Becky Bazan, Norma Gescheidle, and Kathy Kapavik use their class time for collecting information and writing up their stories for the upcom- ing deadline. National Honor Qooietg Q K e L 4 5 M. , , 4 ..1.,..4 i . Q 2 gy a. ' 'Q--wi , . 'sw 4 f ' J ,,,, W 4 Q FIRST ROW: R. Walker, F. Evan, l. Boker, P. Smith, L. Gorvel, P. Richter. SECOND ROW: J. Bcrtels, L. Mille Boysen, C. Vyviczlc, S. Carlson, P. Johnson. THIRD ROW: J. Floyd, T. Bludau, B. Gloss, B. Kelley. U! I Local officers ofthe National Honor Society ore: Vice President, Brad J Kelley, Secretary, Mcrshczll Smith, ond President, Bryon Gloss. I-lm r, S. Bcrto, C ,FK T at I ' 1 . 66 Latin Honor Sooietg H? tgfiwii gm , . A, Members of the Lotin Honor Society Are: M. Burger, C. DeBerry, L. Shuler, L. Farek, L. Miller, E. Hordt, M. Holt, S. Ince, and G. Lomprecht. SECOND ROW: S. Gloss, R. Tieken, D. Dobbins, K. Mikesh, M. Moore, S. Burger, M. Boker, L. Poynter, R. Wolshok, M. Fehner, and D. Wolshok. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Boswell, J. Schellhose, B. Kelley, M. Smith, J. Johnson, P. Arc, K. Vona, B. Simper, L. Lockstedt, M. Barnett, M. Simper, B. Glass, ond J. Floyd. Not Shown Are: J. Hciovsky, K. Moore, N. Remschel, C. Miller, L. Gorvel, A. Wootton, L. Wood, J. McCullough, R. Chumchcil, B. Brothers, P. Smith, D. Gloss, K. LePori, ond C. Peterek. Mrs. Beryl Boswell Sponsor 1 . I 1 f'?f' ,Mw- Members of the Spanish Honor Society Are: K. Behlen, F. Soto, S. Barta, Mrs. S. PirkIe, D. Brown, P. Johnson, and A. Dreyer. SECOND ROW: D. Aldis, L. Newton, I. Baker, C. Boysen, R. Walker, D. Finch, and P. Richter. THIRD ROW: J. Lester, J. Lester, P. Klein, R. Wright, C. Vyviala, T. Poe, and L. McKinney. Spanish Honor Societg Officers Are: Donna Brown, Secretary, Freddy Soto, Reporter, and Patricia Johnson, Treasurer. STANDING: Sharon Barta, Presi- dent, and Kathy Behlen, Vice President. I67 I The Lexan ton Qiaff ID74-1936 X rr: 5 Members ofthe Lexington Staff Are: S. Hill, F. Venegas, D. Taylor, P. Spahn, P. Richter, G. Petru, M. Musgrove, C. Hill, D Seger, J. Kridler, J. Selzer, S. Logan, S. Ploeger. SECOND ROW: L. Miller, D. Tate, B. Heller, B. Brothers, T. Massie, R. Brunk enhoefer, D. Hoopingarner, D. Bivins, J. Carson. Mrs. Jean Hinds, sponsor of the Lexington, has proved that she knows more about the production of a yearbook than any of the members ofthe staff. It took her most of the year, but she eventually convinced each member. l68 4 i ,vv-iv zffiifwfi , 7 . lv mm . fails! . , QQ ' z, ,, M' Z -'M'-if N .V .. K U WV ,x, ,, Q. -mfr Jil? , F 4,,,l' Sally Ploeger, staff photographer, Debbie Seger, photography editor, and Carlos Camar- illo, staff photographer, find retreat in a nearby tree when the dark room is full of work orders. . ,,,, 1 fs S g ..:: -- H ,Wi W ,,,,,,"--s X,,,. 'Q swun- ,. -I-W1 3 5 Q W Q - 7 ,.-f' ff, f'7?s'f'f' S J' N P W! Editor Linda Miller makes her 96th executive decision ofthe day - whether or not to num- ber the book consecutively. These and other pressing questions are constantly bouncing off the walls throughout the day. F-1 ' X x.-X -in-au.L Section editors, Donis Hoopingarner, Sharon Logan, Susan Hill, Russell Brunkenhoefer, Linda Miller, and David Bivins worked together between deadlines and nervous breakdowns to produce the 'l975 Lexington. Not shown are Patricia Spahn and Frances Venegas. 169 Patricia Richter is the head typist for the Lexington. "Whew, another deadline met!" thanks to Mr. Thomas Burrows and Mr. Bill Glass who gave us special help and friendship. The Lexington Staff would like to express special Editor at Work. Photographer at work. Ari Club Mrs. Karen Kohlenberg Sponsor P. Dean, C. Vyviala, C. Boysen, F. Soto, L. Gray, B. Richmond, L. Smith, S. Campion, C. Miller, L. Shuler, J. Zerfuche, R Mendez, R. Hidalgo, D. Walshak, J. Mendez, S. Vega, and A. Flores. " nv' , The Art Club held their annual Christmas Show and Sale on December 13 1974 l tf Freddy Soto is throwing on The wheel while Mrs. Kohlenberg assists. Ill s f' 5' 4 Q ' l72 l 6 1 1' My K Y 4 OFFICERS:Ca1hy Boysen, Presi- denfg Cindy Vyvjda, Treasurer, Freddy Soto, Reporter and Histo riang Bill Richmond, Membership Chairman, and Parry Dean, Sec- refary. Laverne Gray shows Mrs. Karlos The method of clay Pm ' id F' , 2 gg, ,V , Y 2 MJ' v-"""K 'Nr , ,,W,,. FRONT ROW: P. Tomas, C. Reed, C. Windwehen, H. Halamicek, R. Canlrell, and G. Pilsner. SECOND ROW: C. Sfalon, C. Mik- esh, M. Rivera, R. Medina, E. Wiley, F. O'Neal, K. Behlen, V. Barnett, D. Condel, S. Hobizal,R. Pisciotfa, and W. Simmons. THIRD ROW: B. Simmons, K. Whiddon, D. Pisciofta, S. Brzozowski, G. Malafek, D. Filip, and S. Barborak. FOURTH ROW: C. Richardson, R. Robinson, W. Walker, D. Junlschik, E. Sampleton, E. Petru, and J. Ivey. Mr. T. L. Karlos Sponsor 174 -2 T Distributive , Education Officers of DECA are: Cathy Windwehen, treasurer Christie Reed, vice president, Patti Tomas, presi- dent, Henry Halamicek, secretary, and Glen Pilsner reporter. Ray Garza and Leroy Ornelas, DECA members, prepare the snack bar for noon business. Ricky Cantrell works hard at his iob at Wuest's, which was acquired through the Distributive Education Program. Letterman s Club Members Are: J. Atkinson, A. Fryer, K. Webb, R. Chumchal. SECOND ROW: T. Bludau, G. Newton, B. Gindler, R. Garza, L. Scott, F. Venegas. THIRD ROW: L. Polk, J. Martin, J. Wilkerson, J. Floyd, R. Dennis, R. Spahn, M. Webb, K. Shanklin. FOURTH ROW: T. Newton, K. Miller, D. Bivins, J. Leissner, R. Walton, E. Steen, L. Arnic. Officers ofthe Lettermen's Club Are: Trea- surer, John Atkinson, Vice President, Ken- neth Webb, Secretary, Robert Chumchal, President, Andre Fryer. 3 M Every year the Lettermen's Club sponsors a basketball game between the faculty and the young men of the school. vwwni i,,4mnM"""" it A v ,y .qv Aw 1 X i WW Coach Erwin Ckodre Sponsor Letterman Andre Fryer, escorted his parents on Parent's Night at Apache Field. Members of GAA Are: FIRST ROW: C. Black, E. Aguirre, L. Harrison, P. Jones, K. Garner, P. Walker, T. Munguia. SECOND ROW: E. Green, J. Ramirez, N. Garcia, R. Rodriguez, D. Dora, G. Fennell, R. Garcia, B. Rodriguez, Y. Green, G. Guerra, D. Scott, C. Burton. THIRD ROW: D. Leal, R. Olmos, M. Martinez, A. Taylor, A. Harrison, C. Foley, S. Bonds, S. Kylandez, E. Bonds, D. Scott. FOURTH ROW: R. Hidalgo, C. Harrison, G. Steen, S. McNeil, N. Chapman, L. Dennis, P. Johnson, F. Vene- gas, C. Hastings. G.A.A. . - Q . . . - . . , 'M T -a .Q ,N . as A ls S ss is ' Q I . 'ff ff ismmgqgqk K ' ..-., " iiff if . ,... . . .. ... ..k...- . yg yj psg xsw -- . N Mrs. Patsy Davis, sponsor of GAA, discusses f future activities with Alberta Harrison. The GAA members entered a car in the Come and Take lt parade which reflected the athletic interests of their club. J . F.H.A. Al 1 Members of Junior FHA Are: L. Reed, S. Burger, C. Cockcroft, D. Porter, M. Baker, P. Brunkenhoefer, E. Dobbins, B. Rodriguez, B. Volenta, P. Klein, and K Mikesh. SECOND ROW: J. Spahn, A. Eredia, C. Peterek, C. Kocian, C. Kuck, I. Fryer, P. Porter, D. Scott, D. Dora, G. Fennell, K. Shuler, and E. Bonds. THIRD ROW: J. Jackson, L. Nagel, B. Kapavik, S. Ploetz, J. Lester, B. Richter, D. Martin, K. Edge, B. Holt, N. Chapman, S. Kylandes, C. Foley, S. Bonds, and L Garner. FOURTH ROW: C. Vana, T. Eredia, P. Shannon, S. Null, L. James, J. Floyd, S. Fehner, D. Brzozowski, C. Breitschopf, L. Dennis, C. Clack, D. Smith D. Smith, and A. Harrison. FIFTH ROW: A. Brothers, K. Muelker, J. Pekar, D. Guerra, L. Camarillo, B. Boysen, C. Havel, B. Garner, D. Richter, L. Lockstedt, B Stefinsky, P. Atkinson, and C. Cook. SIXTH ROW: D. Quinney, J. Reagan, D. Aldis, F. Basquez, C. Hill, M. Holt, J. Krause, D. Robinson, J. Gibson, J. Lester C. Pisciotta, B. Hill, and L. Johnson. ---...Ry il 3 aw Officers of Junior FHA Are: Elizabeth Dobbins, Pianist, Mariann Baker, President, Patty Brunkenhoeter, First Vice President, Brenda Valenta, Public Relations, Bon nie Rodriguez, Parliamenta- rian, Karen Mikesh, Secretary, Loretta Reed, Second Vice President, Charlene Cockcroft Historian, Susan Burger, Song Leader, Patricia Klein, Trea- surer, and Dorothy Porter, Third Vice President. X, , 79 r i Future Homemakers - Sr. Chapter ROW ONE: left to right: S. Mikes, R. Daniel, D. Finch, C. Fink, J. Gibson, T. Poe, A. Walthall, D. Scott, K. Garner. ROW TWO: left to right: Y. Green, I. Baker, D. Voight, F. Evan, B. Smith, E. Green. ROW THREE: left to right: K. Helderson, G. Steen, P. Walker, G. Arrelano, 5. Cantu, P. Johnson. ROW FOUR: left to right: P. Spahn, R. Contreras, M. Alvarez, C. Contreras, C. Bur- ton, F. Venegas. Ilene Baker, Tommy Poe and Diane Scott work on addressingthe GVEC Review, one of the Sr. chapter's money-making proiects this year. Mistress of Ceremonies, Glenda Steen, con- ducted the initiation of club officers and new members at the annual Open House held Octo- Officers for the i974-75 year: President - Debbie Finch Vice-president - Robyn Daniel 2nd Vice-president - Annette Walthall 3rd Vice-president - Karen Garner Secretary - Diane Scott Historian - Lovie Harrison Treasurer - Sharon Mikes Parliamentarian - Tommy Public Relations -Janice Gibson Recreation and Song Leader - Caroline Fink ber l5. Highlighting the year's activities was the annual FFA-FHA Christmas Formal. Enioying the refresh- ments and festivities are Sandra Kylandzes, Doro thy Scott and Terry Newton. !!AN"" Poe 4 l"2s,,h 4i.,51,f, ,, , IMEEHL A :Uh-...sv Apache Band Majoret-tes X1,l...,.er1 S 1' Members of the front line ofthe 1974-75 Apache Band distinguished themselves by performances reflect- ing proficiency and showmanship. A routine of rigorous practice both with the band and individually, enhanced an always enioyable half- time show. ,,,, d...1-we .... . Q..-'- if ' Y! .f Hx, A , s.,.,L .W N . ,gntafliv ' V -ey- Marshall Smith Assistant Drum Maior ,, W .,, ii ,f . 3 ' N 4 i 1 sf x '3??.-fg1, Q 2 "fl, .. ,., . H 1 .- --,Q 1 uf x,.,r. I 974-1975 Apache Band 'Ak if 1 i iw: ROW ONE: left to right: J. Dreyer, R. Walshak, K. Moore, M. J. Jackson, P. Ara, L. A. Johnson, M. lnce, C Miller, C. DeBerry, J. Haiovsky, S. Dreyer, G. Steen, A. Harrison, S. Campion, K. Vano, S. Burger, li C N Tieken. ROW TWO: left to right: P. Atkinson, S. Garcia, L. Roeber, J. Gibson, B. Stefensky, D. Wyatt, Cockcroft, S. Ploetz, S. Glass, C. Hull, C. Peterek, E. Dobbins, L. Smith, D. Quinney, P. Winegeart, Lepori, J. Spahn. ROW THREE: left to right: D. Scott, J. Wilkerson, B. Richmond, P. Wilkinson, D. Fougerat S. lnce, D. Crook, M. Smith, L. Wood, S. Ollison, B. Hisey, C. Vyviala, R. Hallmark, I. Fryer, D. Porter, C Schellenberg, J. Gibson. ROW FOUR: left to right: B. Kelley, J. Valenta, M. Fehner, L. Newton, K.Wrigh1 M. Moore, K. LePori, D. Walshak, B. Keck, J. Downey, M. Sanfillipo, D. Smith, L. Farek, F. Soto, R. Smitl' N. Chapman, J. Ramirez. E. 1133 32 In 'i - Band Officers for l974-75 are: President - Marshall Smith 5 Vice-President - Ronette Walshak Secretary - Patti Tomas Sgt. at Arms - Gary Sutton ' Reporter - Brad Kelley 1 byyy 3, Treasurer - Kathleen Moore ,, Librarians - Sandra Campion, Rosemary Tieken fi K H 1 f' 'Q Bond Captain - Larry McKinney 3. I f Head Quartermaster - Frank Olmos 9, , ' 4. ktvyryn ' Class Representatives - David Walshak, Mary Jane A - , Jackson, Larry Newton, Lori Shuler, Linda Wood, Rez Qi Spahn, Joni Dreyer, Candi Hull in , s n is y 'T ig? ac.. W -5 A . 4 1 3, .. .4 fix rs Q. sl. ,sl F3 , 1. IOW FIVE: left to right: Mr. Herb Karnau, C. Zambrano, E. Estrada, D. Floyd, J. Lamprecht, C. Kuck, D. LePori, C Iassmussen, T. Conant, R. Hindman, N. Neuse, T. Pohler, R. Schellhase, G. Lamprecht, R. Dennis, R. Spahn, Mr landy Kohlenberg. ROW SIX: left to right: S. Fehner, B. Boysen, D. Brzozwski, T. Longoria, J. Schellhase, L. James D. Smith, P. Whitehead, J. Ivey, L. Goodwin, R. Soto, E. Hardt, L. Harrison, P. Porter, L. Polk, D. Pohler, L. Polk, R Z. Olmos. ROW SEVEN: left to right: D. Sonsel, C. Gescheidle, B. Phillips, R. Tomas, J. Ramirez, D. Gerloff, C Cook, P. Grimm, G. Sutton, L. McKinney, P. Tomas, D. Daniel, L. Shuler, R. Hidalgo, C. Tovar, R. Villosana, S 'atteson. Band director Herb Karnau was presented a small token of appreciation ot the last pep rally. I, .,:.X. G, if wa ,,. I 'iw ,253 Eftis, - A gg s "New 4 i , -at J ig N' . hui' f , N s . :Yr K d - 'J M Busy schedules and hectic days filled the calendar for bands- men this year. Glenda Steen, Frank Olmos, Donna Wyatt and Sally Dreyer prepared the bus for the trip to marching contest, the band's performance proved to be superior. Phyl- lis Winegeart and Rosie Ramirez pause briefly before enter- ing the field for halftime. Ronette takes advantage of prac- tice time anywhere she can. l8o wee' Excellence is a product of pride and hard work. I ask and expect a lot from the Apache Band because I believe that if it's worth doing, it's worth doing well. This year's Apache Band has really come up to my expectations They are intelli- gent and hardworking lam extremely proud of them' Herb Karnau Precision is a key word forthe band and Linda Wood, drum maior, sets an exacting pace. 188 Future armers ol' America : :J :Mi Members of Senior FFA are: J. Leissner, A. Fryer, P. Tomas, FFA Sweetheart, R. Brunkenhoefer, B. Glass, C. Finley, and A. Wilke. SECOND ROW: H. Schmidt, G. Aldis, U. Miller, H. Munson, G. Reagan, J. Harrell, M. Simper, C. Hull, R. May, and R. Gibson. THIRD ROW: C. Walker, J. Wilkerson, T. Brom, D. Kresta, R. Rose, J. Tomas, S. McNabb, D. Parker, D. Richardson, R. Tesch, and K. DesRochers. FOURTH ROW: G. Shock, C. Kalisek, J. Floyd, R. Malatek, J. Carter, R. Thibodaux, R. Walton, B. Barron, E. Steen, J. Finley, and J. Smith. FIFTH ROW: K. Zumwalt, C. Knesek, L. Moseley, J. Martin, R. Lester, J. Lester, L. Baker, J. Downey, H. Zumwalt, J. Clements, and R. Smith. SIXTH ROW: J. Moseley, D. Holt, A. Contreras, D. Gonzales, R. Neitsch, G. Sutton, R. Wright, J. Basquez, M. Svoboda, and L. Wishert. SEVENTH ROW: D. Muelker, G. Baker, D. Thibodaux, K. McNabb, R. Walker, B. Wootton, D. Whiddon, R. Connell, T. DuBose, and B. Fink. FFA Mr. John Floyd Sponsor ow at "'-TX Members of Senior FFA gather for their monthly meeting in the Vocational Building. Russell Brunkenhoefer, president of FFA, brings the meeting to order and expects the attention of the members for his important announcements. l 1 V l if , Rf' Danny DesRochers, Gene Reagan, and Randy Tesch work together to finish this feeder. 189 ' Gary Sutton, aware of the growth of his broilers, weighs and marks the progress of every fraction of an ounce. Ricky Lester is shown training his steer to stand for show. This is a very important part of show- ing a steer. an Officers of Senior FFA are: Jeff Leissner, senti- nel, Charles Finley, treasurer, Russell Brunken- hoefer, president, Bryan Glass, reporter, Andrew Wilke, secretary, and Andre Fryer, vice presi- dent. Greenhand Mr. Poi Kelly Sponsor Members of Greenhand FFA are: M. Barnett, B. Lester, L. Fink, T. Lindemann, H. Wilkerson, and J. Lester. SECOND ROW: G. Zumwalt, B. Johnson, R. Gilkey, S. Leissner, P. Whitehead, L. Netti, A. McRae, G. Howell, M. Schomburg, H. Staton, M. Fehner, and C. Gescheidle. THIRD ROW: M. Castillo, D Rodriguez, M. Olmos, D. Salazar, J. Vickers, D. Gerloff, D. Oeltien, J. Lamprecht, and D. Sonsel. FOURTH ROW: J. Schuler, A. Polk, J. Miller, W. Simmons P. Edge, A. Smith, D. McNabb, G. Mercer, D. Glass, and E. Knandel, FIFTH ROW: T. Brown, B. Baker, T. Young, H. Irle, M. DeCamp, R. Burger, G. Cooley, P Mikesh, A. Matias, and B. Jurek. SIXTH ROW: D. Hodges, K. Giles, J. Bazan, D. Filip, W. Benes, R. Tomas, J. Barborak, V. Casares, and S. Rainey. P Future Farmers America Officers of Greenhand FFA are: Jeff Lester, sentinel, Tommy Linde- mann, treasurer, Morgan Barnett, president, Laura Fink, secretary, Byron Lester, vice-president, and Harlen Wilkerson, reporter. 'nvifiww 3 I 1- 5 pf' -., , f ' .- Greenhand FFA members receive a thorough orientation in club , 'Q - ff gc Q' Although preoccupied with the photographer's presence, these Q plans. Laura Fink reads the minutes of the previous meeting. 192 These splrlt boosters applaud another successful play by The Warrnors B Team Cheerleaders I Head Cheerleader Valorle Howell Donna Brown Judy Wehlman Debbie Pelerek Stacy Lee JU , qc 3 . EL A , tx -E 9142- , M. -Sw ff 'e V' M ' 'ff . - ' A l 1'-2, K f . -' I K .... Q K' R .5 4. . ,Lx kq'F,.f " Yf , r Q. I M W g A ' L L 1 . 1 K ei. ,A xx Q. Q kg! 5 Q K rl kc, b . ' N I " I . ll W.. .4 M fr A. ' ' is , ' . li' .. .'. A K' f K 'K 'Q' , . . l . ll A I x . V , A A ? l ' A Q . - h , , b I ss s ' i 1- .'i 2 -., g -s he 'xx excl N - ' , ' Sffw ffl? 1 J . l y , 'U V 903 ' ' I V ' A v A ' . -3' .. "ful, ev .' s ' V, .W ' A '., ' ' V' f 4 V '. 7 Nu! f. "' 4. V-fr-rf, 1 1 . . .,. W. , . . , I I I l Vfn Freshman Cheerleaders Xa Head Cheerleader Ruth Rodrlguez Beverly Slmper Casandra Clack Diana Schultz The freshmen appreciated the support of 'these enthuslashc cheerleaders A l l 6 eh p pcrp W parpp ..pa , parppp,,rpp p p ll pppdl ic p 1 H X - wk' ., ' . I 4 gi' ' x ll p l l 7 I 1,, Ax .Ab WMM f,,,...f-H if -eh-Wx 'Q an 'Arif Members of Auto Mechamcs are R Baker H McRae D Smlfh J Ramlrez F Venegas R Muller A Wllke and D Barclay SECOND ROW B DuBose D Gottwald D Pohler T Geschledle E Wllllams andJ Fehner THIRD ROW Mr Jurek M Haynes W Breufschopf F Menknng andK Muller Auio Mechanics Mr Gray Jurek Sponsor , A sy A 4- - Sa ,gg nr, ? R 5 W 5 X --,-- . U . , .,g11,, 2 M W L, W ,Q D Tflf R '- - " Xl. .5 W vi' 1, K 3: , I w ' 1. N k:l,: mn V LQ--A L. an t ,,., - ,. ... .7 ' : . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . ' , . ' , . : . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , , . , . , . . ,A WF its iii .-'ii eq I Officers of Auto Mechanics are: Harold McRae, secretaryg Darrell Gottwald, parliamentariang Bruce DuBose, vice-president, Roger Baker, pres identg and Freddie Menking, reporter. Freddie Menking and Joe Ramirez learn from experience. A car is a complicated piece of machinery. Sandy Vollentine and Roger Baker repair the air-conditioner in Sandy's car. Members of Rodlo and TV are T Klopuch D Hovel D Harborth H Olmos R Esparza S Comorlllo M Fougerof R Hidalgo and A Eureste SECOND ROW R Moreno R Boker D Seltz A Gonzales A Esporzo F Esporza G Bazan ondK Hcmke THIRD ROW T Quinton J Jackson E Gomez W Boker andP McNabb VICA Radio-TV Mr Kellor Oglesby Sponsor 'vii- W, g ,.,- ,f nh, 3,1 Q K 11 11 M . - .N , T4 1 J... .Q f' 11" ' X' : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , , . . : . , . , . , . , . . O . F ., 1 gn Officers of Radio and TV: Henry Olmos, president, Daryl Harborth, vice-presidentg Tim Kalpuch, secre- taryg Ronnie Baker, treasurery David Havel, reporterg Ray Esparza, sergeant-at-armsg and Michael Fougerat, parliamentarian. Mr. Oglesby shows Warren Baker that repairing a stereo is not really all that difficult. 198 The skills acquired in Radio and TV are put to use in many fields. Quill and Scroll Sooietg as 11 E ...ai" an 8,1 we xi? 'li M 'Q ntl Q Ya fs 5' xmhlxs STANDING Sally Ploeger Sharon Logan, Becky Bazan Russell Brunkenhoefer, Lmda Muller SITTING Mlchelle Musgrove, Patncla Richter, Ann Hrnclruk, Leslie Poynter Quill and Scroll IS an honorary soclety for students who have excelled In the field of lournallsm Students must be ID the top thlrd of theur class and active on one of the publncatlons of a hugh school Russell and Patrlcla are two year members of the Soclety and the other seven students were mltlated thus year I9 0 ft -K K K '.?." ff ' 4 , - - ,, .. ! Q ,I I I - 4 ' If M ., I. 1 .-Q , , m 4 I I - 5 K ' Ag - . 4, ,P 1 If 5. , 3 Y , Q " ,' - 7 K I I ,Y Y lk. - ' .. . V wi.. ,Q 'M " . os? f , , . i 'tc ji S Q., ,S ' . N ' e K ,A , ,. ' .g '. . - .. ' I M e X- ' g f ,IQ , m ' X. T fl' f. I " -'fl I L A . . .K - 5 A ,ff-yy K , 6 ffl "'.'fs3. V. . K 8- :Vx J u xt, . on QV k,': I 5,3 gk y K X If JS' ,riff-,adsl . Y. ,iq ., JV ,.g.,gx, 0. ' -ficif me ' J- X think' W 'sk V4 7,1 lt 1 ,xi Q , Q . 5 W . I W 158, -g.,',, ' , If 75, -L, S ew kg YQ A g ,sv Ng - - gs V, l 1 I we-K .Rss g X,-.A : , , . : ORANGE JACKETS Members of Orange Jackets are: C. Sanders, A. Wootton, P. Smith, J. McCullough, J. Rodriguez. SECOND ROW: C. Black, E. Knandel, M. Wienecke, C. Reed, S. Cantu, L. Cantu, S. Mikes, C. Mikesh, G. Malatek, K. Behlen, V. Howell. THIRD ROW: R. Rodriguez, J. Lester, L. Dennis, J. Pekar, J. Krause, J. Lester, G. Arrellano, R. Contreras, C. E. Hastings, J. Wehlmann. FOURTH ROW: D. Schultz, K. Edge, K. Seidel, K. Shuler, C. Havel, C. Breitschopf, M. Holt, C. Kocian, B. Hill, D. Peterek. FIFTH ROW: C. Clack, D. Finch, E. Green, C. Hastings, D. Smith, D. Dora, C. Harrison, Y. Green, D. Martin. SIXTH ROW: B. Simper, C. Contreras, J. Floyd, S. Lee. 200 I When it comes to getting spirit, the know howl Pwr ,H Orange Jackets .1 Officers are: Sylvia Cantu, Sergeant-at-Armsg Sharon Mikes, Treasurer, Christi Reed, Mistress of Wardrobep Glenna Malatek, Recording Secretaryg Marilee Wienecke, Reporterf Kathy Behlen, Presidentg Carolyn Mikesh, V Corresponding Secretary, Lillian Cantu, Sergeant-at-Armsp Charlene Black, Vice-President. Mrs. Curtis Parsley Orange Jacket Sponsor Each year at the last pep rally, the President of the Orange Jackets presents a gift to the Orange Jacket Sweetheart. This year the sweethearts were Tommy Bludau and Andre Fryer. Aihleiics Edifor: David Bivins N Remember ihe Game When Apaches 1974- I 975 AE ,,,, 2 Q an 'ii STANDING: left to right: Coach Ckodre, Coach Bivins, David Bivins, Jerry Floyd, Will Hodges, John Martin, Elroy Steen, Kevin Miller, Andre Fryer, Tommy Bludau, Coach Heard. MlDDLE: John Wilkerson, Bruce Gindler, Leonard Arnic, Terry Newton, Robert Chumchal, Ernest Gomez, Rex Spahn, John Atkinson, Coach Jacob. BOTTOM: Gary Newton, Ryan Dennis, Kenny Webb, Michael Webb, Louis Garcia, Ray Garza, Kevin Shanklin. 7' I J lv' .- Q , , . ,I Leonard Arnic makes the winning touchdown in the victory Coach Heard discusses defensive plays before the over Columbus. Apaches take to the field. 204 Terry Newton completes a pass for some good yardage against Columbus. David Bivins and Robert Chumchal await their turn to be on defense against the Cardinals. Coach Ckodre sends in Elroy Steen with an offensive play. ' 205 Warriors I 974- I 975 TOP ROW: left to right: Coach Bivins, Danny Espinosa, Lee Ornales, Donnie Crook, Jason Bruns, Carney Zambrano, Mark lnce, William Petru, Danny DesRochers, Coach Heard. MIDDLE ROW: Frank Venegas, Gerald Bazan, John Baker, Louis Scott, David LePori, William Breitschopf, Gene Reagan, Chris Knesek, Kent DesRochers. BOTTOM ROW: Jimmy Harrell, Augustine Contreras, Larry Newton, Ricky Gibson, Ricky Lester, Johnny Contreras, Scott McNabb, Mike DeCamp, Bruddy Brown. ' Will Hodges congratulates Leonard Arnic after scoring David Bivins escorts his parents, Coach and Mrs. Jerry 206 a touchdown. Bivins on Parent's Night. g s, .J ' Andre Fryer meets with the Columbus Cardinals forthe flip. Tommy Bludau and Andre Fryer were chosen by teammates to be captains to lead the mighty Apaches. ' sryy ysy Kenny Webb and David Bivins bring down the ball carrier as Ray Garza looks on 207 Braves 1974-1975 :sq T. h , ,:L:.Vf,5f,g A A - ' A ny.. "'i J ' s." . gr Q' 7 . Eiga:-3:53 3 f-r. -45Q3,,1,:i.fe.. M T J g fgfjigfjlijs' . T A s TOP ROW: left to right: Coach Moore, John Lamprecht, Eufenio Gonzales, David Walshak, James Schuler, Charles Banks, Gar- vin Cooley, Bobby Jurek, Tom Brown, Gene Lcister, Freddy Venegas, Taylor Young, Morgan Barnett, Andrew Rodriguez, Ken- neth Wright, Billy Baker, Coach Salazar. MIDDLE ROW: Manuel Olmos, Steve Rainey, George Molina, Eliiah Hodges, Mike Sanfilippo, Carlos Chavarria, Kelvin Giles, Demetrio Camacho, Matt Schomburg, James Vickers, Russell Adams. BOTTOM ROW: Alvin Smith, Jamie Bazan, David Oeltien, Clifton Beasley, Danny Salazar, Larry Netti, Richard Rivera, Kenneth LePori, Harlan Wilkerson, Pat Whitehead, Byron Lester. John Wilkerson gets oft a good punt, showing good form. Leonard Arnic gets some water after a fine game. .5 4,1 Terry Newton drops back for a play action pass. Tommy Bludau is striding downfield for an Apache touchdown. John Wilkerson gets ready to return to the field for more exciting action. Kevin Miller and Terry Newton break through the sign with the cheerleaders. 210 Tommy Bludau gains some tough yardage. Louis Scott and Gary Newton get a rest in between offensive series. Jan McCullough, Patty Smith and Allyson Wootton show great spirit for the Apaches. Terry Newton gets good protection for 0 pass. The Apaches get last minute instructions before a game. Gary Newton is wondering what his brother, Terry, is doing. Apache Football FOOTBALL GONZALES OPPONENTS 6 Columbus 0 23 Luling 0 C T8-' Yoakum 18 5 Canyon 12 . Samuel Clemens 6 O Cuero 55 0 East Central 7 6 Pleasanton l9 38 South Side 0 lniuries dominated the season for Apaches and kept the 1974 Apaches from reaching the playoffs. They tallied a 4:4:l season. The 1974-75 Apaches had another fine season reaching the Bi-district playoffs only to lose in the final seconds to Rice Consolidated. The undefeated district champs sur- prised the statisticians and brought pride to GHS. Apache Basketball GONZALES OPPONENT 66 Yoakum 40 55 El Campo 57 59 Yoakum 46 46 , , 58 p TAAA 4 ssss iiii it 57 yyt is si L 41 T Llullingfi 29 ssy oo Anfonaqwf 57 72 Canyon 53 49 East Central 50 60 Bastrop 64 49 Seguin 5l 66 Hutto 47 63 Hondo 72 63 Canyon' 44 64 Lockhart 46 55 New Braunfels 57 57 Hays Consolidated 35 55 ff- Samuel Clements 55 49 tttt if Mormon 46 65 Canyon 53 49 Cuero 40 58 Samuel Clemens 40 87 Pleasanton 40 68 East Central 66 57 Southside 46 65 Canyon 5l 62 Cuero 49 52 Samuel Clemens 48 69 , Pleasanton 59 66 East Central 55 66 Southside 55 57 Kerrville lDistrictl 52 64 Rice Consolidated lBi-Districtl 65 Season Record: 25-8 DISTRICT CHAMPS The Apache A-Team players are: FRONT ROW: John Wilkerson, Andre Fryer, Bobby Johnson, Kenneth Webb, and Tommy Blu- dau. BACK ROW: Coach Vic Salazar, Leonard Arnic, Leonard Polk, Randy Walton, Elroy Steen, John Atkinson, and David Bivins. rf J .az 1,,. 2. ma . ,,,Q.,,,s1tx. ,,,, . f'9f,b,3,:f:' A ,- "Ln, , , .2 'UT .. 1: ' 5 .:..f'.,v-Q3 r srr Q ,rrnee be W- - vm: L 1 l lm' , f Qs" :W ,, .H ' " A 6 R 5' - lf -UPL Q, .. . Q X 9" T' ' ' K, . A Q. +-, N , :Q -, , r ,gs 'A 1 G L, , 'e V - -A , 3 Mfzi ,mt f ,,,. kkkyy . x -5,7 ,K,k1 , X 1f"g54. 1, 5 2 Kenny Webb attempts a free throw as Leonard Arnic stands by for a possible rebound. Tommy Bludau gets a jump shot off as Randy Walton prepares to rebound. 213 B-Team Basketball The I974-1975 Warriors Are: Coach Jack Heard, Houston Munson, Louis Scott, Leslie Hastings, Chuck Hull, Brian Philips, Bryan Polk, Damon Parker, and Michael Webb. Not Pictured Are: Billy Barron and Russ Hahn. Kenneth Webb drives for a clutching lay-up. Leonard Arnic hits a lay-up as David Bivins prepares to rebound. 214 Tommy Bludau put the ball in for two points as Elroy Steen and Randy Walton look on. Going high in the air for a layup is Kenny Webb. Randy Walton shoots over this Kerrville Ant- ler for two points. John Atkinson hits from outside as Andre Fryer watches during the Yoakum game. 5 Elroy Steen watched his shot bounce away as Randy V. N ,,,,, ,,, it ttt, Wallon prepares lo rebound' Randy Walton goes high in the air to sink a basket. Leonard Arnic hits a iump shot against Kerrville. 217 This was a typical scene during the Apache's games. The support of the fans was continuous and vibrant. Randy Walton iumps high for the ball to begin the game between Gonzales and Yoakum. 218 Kenny Webb prepares to make two points layup against the Antlers. a driving Tommy Bludau shoots a free throw as Leonard Arnic sizes up an oppos- ing player. Kenny Webb hangs in the air as he hits a iump shot against Cue Andre Fryer attempts a iump shot for two more points. Elroy Steen drives for o lay-up against EI Campo. 3 t i esss s - ' m,. """lr ,L 1 s Eg' xx. ,..f V 4, . ., g al V'hA X Frank Venegas throws a strike while warming up his arm. Mw1,ii,,,. ,i -hw, k Wgiii V L4 ,. K ,ww A 5 ,i?Q,iigE15fgf:'jill 4 , :.a0"l Louis Scott shows good form as a left handed hitter. l I 220 1 5 f 1 fi 4 ,. I 3 tm ' Q Wwvvaaff W4 uv Q Ricky Lester stays down on this ground ball to throw the base runner out. Damon Parker is catching as Will Hodges prepares to hit. iff .fy f, -"J . mi i R3 n if' 'i -1,, , t . David LePori is concentrating at bat 'ki V at Z , Fifa? X QW' it i , as Damon Parker looks on. r , i cs.. ic .Q.a- ,P - .iauunnukm Ray Garza prepares to take his cuts at bat against the batting machine. ' f I , ' Q 5 K 3 E, r 5 no 5 ,V A Acme' ' 5 f 4 M- M.. .arm ' 1: gs-M3 M ni f-was . M A , gii,.i ,QQ rt X a vi kk ,Y -s K in imma.. ' A f A' : --"' , if 1 :W M J' ' . ii ,xg is - - K- ,xx A if 'T e. ' s , N 5 f' ex V ,s On the mound is one of the Apache Pitchers, Frank Vanegas. 1 Q 3 5 5 in 2 i e if -1' 1 XI , -za M i y 5 John Basquez operates the pitching machine as others await their turn. 221 V' N i ., +1 fx-3,5 5 ., -i N..x -X, , . , - ,gg f .E V N w ' Q- '14, f Y K K v . X xv K 1 ff., ' ilu- .f -Q "list Y l , ll f . fwfzmv fr.. K l . KK' K1lh.yr- i Wm .Vi fl rf ,Vs 1 11 u' , .E if . -. - K' - - ,fr ' E K A ' ' f ' i , ' " .sz V H ' . -Af ? fl ,, Q ' Q. ' ' W"""" 5 , , 4 5' , ,, . K, ..... -f 'X' 'f . ,m,L ' - 'bmAh l S .. 5 ' e ,., ' . ' " "V ' ' ' K7 + T K4 Q 'J' l . my 7 ,Wi l in M A 9 .1. .Q in S .L I fi, as :Z "" , , r . me -PQQ- A , , .ref P " Y- W 'G,,' r Uwe 4f"t"t",. 'L X' -J . . wi ef ,ff 1 - , f H L' , ,, Y K - W E K f- -' ,'-' " ' 'A --'-' W " , , 1 k". -," M "', - . ""L . ,, ' - Mm 1 . 1 v ., -A -4' , ,ff ,W ,, ,MN A , ,M Kenneth LePori, Larry Netti, and Danny Salazar look V W 43 J eager to run onthe newly built track. t f K rKK,Q KKK if gfff tl A ,.1: K N - W V VL 1 t,.V J , ,,fh ff ' V ' ,, ' T " t"l' N ,, K, K . , I I V K 2' ' a 1 , y ,ax e . , V f Charles Banks sprints down the straight away after running , ,WI 25' ' ' t ,. W hsg. 4, , Y the 220. f r'rrtrrtr M' 1 e ' VV f lf f rrre r K ' i l ', '3'W'z2f' f ' , K , K ' Q"KfQ92'K WKK 222 K ' me ,R ft . 'Stud .sf rn ,.z.-.laid-' 1 "':su,,.. Danny Salazar leads the pack on the final curve. These freshmen put on c little extra speed as they round the curve and near the finish. Larry Newton sizes up his next jump at the pole vault M Q A fx es i X Pif- Kevin Shanklin shows good form in the high hurdles. Coach Bivins begins the time on these long distance runners. 1' x , 2 P g s l 4 Members ofthe Apache Golf Team are: D. Walshak, T. Young, T. Newton, T. Conant, W. Hodges, H. Munson, B. Gindler, A. Price, B. Barron, and Coach Grady Montgomery. Q.. off, ' -',' if if x'-' - X 'S , N51 n o - X I 1 1 1. . if mf "H .--- A n -ef. ' Me- -,gg K .,. ff -,Q K fn . f' --e. A 'r,,T 1 .f -. 1, , ff f -' T -if .f i gg,-."f , '29 Sif-t gp -.ir if ' .P ,' r ' 51 - Q bi 5 ',, ' f5..Sg, 5a'f'.g.ii'fl - V :.,fr::QQ 5 .5 ,E .- K N Spit I 'ii-'P ' .. i A -ew.. , ,RQ ,tw 2 Qa.f.f.f. . r.. .. 5. 1 -Pi ff. A x ws' ez milf, . A gigx . M . . K E, f S z ,i g 'S Nf l E ---- .-. . M. .... T . V "r- isa gl ' A c. f r fi ...gff Y V ...... .- M. f,.. , it i ...'. it 'V 5- . -I' .TTV "" A of J it A -V. fxh. . X :J 3... ' c. A A N7 Terry Newton watches as Allan Price sinks this putt. Allan Price looks confident that this long putt will fall for a birdie 9-.... Mn FUTURE HOME OF THE G.H.S. TENNIS TEAM The newly built tennis courts represent a cooperative effort on the part of towns- people, the City of Gonzales, and GISD. This addition to the GHS campus, first announced September lOth, was com- pleted in March and in use before school ended in May. These new facilities signifi- cantly expanded the course offerings of the athletic department. 225 Off-Season WM I ,. K ..ki., krkk W J zyr s, , - - I N , I ' :'k1 b gg G G siai l Q 1 in r ef s A ' kk rf' X :,kf I in K K we -L K ii' h X 5' g fs" , 1 A ' E' ,' '?k .1 A 5 . '- it f , . " G f- ..,' x x: K .... X I " 1 ' 2'. - - ' 2 4 2 t r K:iA'A mxkg xnki g Gene Laster tries his turn at jumping to improve his iumping ability. Kelvin Giles works to build up the strength in his legs as Pat Whitehead awaits his turn. 226 Sports i E i 2 A David LePori seems to be relaxing against the weig machine. Q 2.'."'::, i l V is 5. -me 3: 1"l in NM Harlen Wilkersen gets some help from Kelvin Giles build up his neck. . , ,L ,L V -1 E i w ,fii' ,jfg" .g?+: N ' ,gm ,,, Am ... m l WMM ? if VVX' I W J""'M ' 1 , ' , h M, W K Xa , x A-2-, A A ' , ",' A A " 2 ' Q 1 ww ...,. f ' 'l 1. V 1-tflfliafb i 1 - - J ,Z"3,'fi - ' 5 wiki? 9 'ff if i , L .QM AX Y ' s Q ii alma.. .,l?H-"Srl, , , 3' "W 3 571 " Louis Scott honds off to Ulite Miller in on offensive drill. si, f K .. Q. SJ ','?w,,,.v f L ff ,,,. , -- N .. .4 My A, "" t xi 45, 4, 4 ,z gf .Y r nyc fWy,,' 2 ,.- ,K w,.t.,-h V 1 Coach Jocob instructs these Iinemen on probe blocking technique. Ricky Gibson works with Ricky Lester on their blocking assignment. lil? Athletic Director and Head Coach Erwin Ckodre introduced the recipients of awards and the var- sity football team. Q, Emory Bellard, Athletic Director and Head Foot- ball Coach of Texas A. 81 M. University, was guest speaker at the 1974-75 Football Banquet. lx Y. i fflhxfllt Coach Bellard spent time visiting with the crowd fol lowing his impressive talk on motivation, pride and self-discipline. Recipient of the coveted Outstanding Defensive Player is Ray Garza. Ray has been a member of the Varsity team for two years and has lettered both years. He received All-Zone Honors at this position. Coach Erwin Ckodre presents Kenny Webb with the Tommy Chenault Award. This award recog- nizes the one person who does his best in every- thing he doesp the quality so well exemplified in the life of the ex-Apache, Tommy Chenault. Q - NTSQSB 1 . 'N NNW... ,,.. Winning the Outstanding Offensive Player Award is the climax of Tommy Bludah's football career. An excellent ball carrier and blocker, Tommy, led the Apaches in rushing, lettering two years in football. 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X32 .gig , ., E K. 75051-nm.su.4w ,,., .,,. 267 268 10 : fum: 26 O CARTWHEEL LODGE 1800 Cartwheel Drive Gonzales, Texas 98 Bed Facility Consultant Pharmacist Consultant Physicians Consultant Dietician Type Ill Home State Licensed - Medicaid Approved Licensed LVN's 24 Hour Service Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy Available at Texas Rehabilitation Hospital - Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation DIAL 672-2887 672-2888 Beauty Shop Church Services Every Thursday Chapel and Sunday Bath in Each Room Central Color TV Private Air and Heating in Each Room Recreation and Activity Rooms Private and Semi-Private Rooms Planned Activities Program Mr. and Mrs. R. O. McDonnell Owners Eunice Davis, Administrator Margaret Snodgrass, R.N., B.S. Barbara Dreyer, Sammie Echols, L.V.N. Director of Nurses Social Services - Activities Director ,,: fi- . ve 5. ,g-df..--1-0' , ,W ps al 5 Q Q.. 515W 2 -N 7 fa it f JE f is V. ll 5' I , K I wggi . i Q 2 5 5 Ex Q ,VV L.. fi osxfyt '11i!a',rp9.w I I va i iam. '- 2435 PEUFK flsffilffg ' X Xe ' v 3?M Q , Img' fffiiuff ,P ,. X, gf.. Xt: wwf 5. .Vg F""mfW'1 , M4 27 274 4 ,f 'Pi- JV 'S - us ig in is age 21 if ,,,-,f f-we .. , Z v z I 7? , my Q 5 ,, wsswwm Q my M fu-www: -Q-N6 'N , ,.,'-1' sf V . . .w ,. 'iv' ,,-:as-7 , . - in Q. ,, Xa. 5' : .- ' r-1 W3 Q fw- 275 76 aff 3 .ff ee. wr., gui, Www . . f , ,RC Q f 4.5 , , ,9 ,, -J Q X E 1 2 ? 'fill' M " 5 , ,,1. ,fl f, .- if , A ,V ' A ,,,V,, ,.,, .Wm W ...,.,,, '51 ,.,,, ,Y 1, ,,,., fn , J ,,,,.,Mf,,,,,M,,Wm ,MM,Myf,-,,WfWm,,,,., ,mf WM n 3. Jr' THE DAIRY MART Q.. BELT MEYER WNGR BUSTYR CRW. BLFKRR JIHY 3135.3 Dill wan If O DUDE MM x WM Sk :Au miie new bf NAM CT 7195 Si! Y Bill' Uf1UL'Q1lfl?5 OW W3 V Mm' X161 MBR! Im 5531? M 001839 :ww lil I SIMM HUM IU? QW! 3545 SKK lil! PINK! M873 ml? H0519 45 NIEHS I I l IK 165 YES 25 ...,,,,,,...-M-,..wM mmap. r Q, M -if M0113 W hdti .. S 279 fa .,,.,,,, Y , xi: 4 " 'nr .Q if R, Y x X .Q X SY fx K 5 :Le , Wea Wa Q 1 x ' M. Q 4 tt. Q . ,- gn '. .Wahl . , " 1 ' " , , 6 A 3,15-4 'QMS NY x K w N , K .vw .. - ' "A- x GY 'K 11, A N f is 1. Q. .sw i 3 :ff-'4 SK . ' aff -i ... W W lim ., r ig-i"i wffi"' ,, rv. x ' :X 4 w ' Q' 'I qs . X ' 1 vg ' 4, f -V ai . 1 f N 'ff K i - ,ig :TY k,,,., x W, . ws. .. u u in Ki 282 L4 . .. .RNS if V ua:a:q,-BE A f 15 I? V 5 5 Sm Zi?- r 5 Nl .fi we S' a " N ,gf swyy x I' XX: M 5 V. L ' 4 Animal Clinic . . . Arkla Gas ......... Arnold,Travis Jeweler . . . . . . . Baker Appliances . . . Baros Feed ..... Ben Franklin . . Big Dutchman . . . Birdie's Cafe .... Bludau's Arco ...... Bobbie Nell's Salon .... .... Boothe 8- Lewis . . . Boothe Feed .... Boothe Hatchery ...... .... Boysen Food Market .,.. .... Braune Plumbing .... Breitschopf Bros. . . Breitschopf Realty . . . Buffington ...... Burchard Abstract . . . Cactus lnn ..... Call Lumber Co. . . Care lnn ....... Cartwheel Lodge .... Centex Home Builders . . . . . . . City Utilities ....... Clothes Tree .... Cole Bugman .... Continental Produce . . . . . . . Continental Stock Farms Corral .... ......... .... Crestmart ,..... Crews, Dr. T. D. ... Dairy Kreem .... Dairy Mart . . . Dairy Queen. . Davis Exxon .... Davis Market . . . Dowe Feed ..... DeLeon's Grocery . . . Discount Motors .... Dixie Cream Donuts .... .... Donnie's Western Wear Doug's Northside ..... .... DuBose Garage . . DuBose lnsurance . , . Duke 81 Ayres ...,.. Edna's Beauty Salon . . . . . . . Edwards, Bill ....... Elks Lodge ..... Ervin's Station ..... Exxon ....... . ..... . . . . Farek-Dixon lnsurance. . . . . . . Advertisement Index 267 274 273 252 264 279 243 250 279 279 259 282 257 263 271 243 236 265 268 254 268 239 270 274 237 234 240 278 261 271 265 242 234 277 278 254 255 245 254 263 263 255 247 236 275 261 242 276 282 269 234 277 Fashion Fabrics ..... First National Bank . . . Fitzgerald Drug ..... Fun 8K Sun Patios .... Gerlof'f's Garage . . . Gindler's ............ Gonzales Auto Supply .... Gonzales Bank ........ Gonzales Butane . . . Gonzales Cable TV . . . Gonzales Chiropractic ..... Gonzales Co. Savings 81 Loan Gonzales Elevators ....... Gonzales Inquirer . . . , Gonzales Livestock Com .... Gonzales Lumber Co. .... . Gonzales Marble 81 Granite. Gonzales Motor Co. ..... . Gonzales National Guard . . Gonzales CPA ........ Gonzales Upholstery .... Goodyear ........ Gulf Oil . . , GVEC .,........ Hacienda Art Tile . . . Halamicek ...... Harrel Cattle Co ..... HEB ,.......... Holiday Finance ....... Holmes, Geo. V., Realty . . . Holmes Hospital ...... Hoskins Men's Wear . . . Howell Poultry Litter . . . Jacque's Fashionette . . . Jahnke Jewelry . . . John's Flowers ....... Johnson's Hardware .... KCTl .............. Kelley Construction . . . King Pontiac ......... Kloesal's Steak House . . . Kotzebue Drug ...... Lazy S Detail . . . Lewis lnsurance ..... Lexington Motor lnn . . . Liebermann's ....... Lindemann's Fertilizer . . . Lou's Fashion World .... Lynn Theater ....... Malaer Exxon ...... Mang Paint 8. Body .... Marrou 8- Co ..... . . 243 235 251 265 258 266 276 238 236 256 267 280 269 272 261 233 247 260 264 269 262 244 253 241 267 257 239 256 242 254 262 256 268 278 261 271 279 252 282 242 253 250 252 273 243 247 232 265 281 266 257 250 Marrou Seed Store .... .... Maulding's Texaco .,.. .... May lnsurance .... Merle Norman . . Mobil Oil ....... Mohrmann's Drug . . Muelker Farms . . . Munson, Houston . . Oliver's Automotive Palominos ..... Pantry Grocery . , . Penney's ...... Perry's ........ Person's Flowers . . . Pinckard, Ronny . . . Plunkett's Grocery. . Polly's Flowers .... Pose 8- Prose . . . Philips 66 .... Poor Winkie ...... Quality Feed 8- Ranch Rainbo Acre ,..... Reese Realty .... Remschel Bros. . . . Ruddock Trucking . . Sanitary Creamery . Schellhase Motors. . Schwarz Motors . . . Sears Roebuck . . . Service Cleaners . . . Seydler-Hill .... Shoe Bar ...... Shuler Grain Co .... Snooty Fox ..... Southern Clay .... Storey Jeweler's . . . Texaco ......... Toggery ....... Toni's Food Store . Transit Mix . , . Twin Cedar ...... Valdez Cleaners . , , Vic 81Joe's Barber. . Virgie Lee's ...... Walker, R. H. Jr .... Western Auto .... White Clyde Auto . . White, J. B. Co ..... Wiley's Music Center Wiley's TV ....... Witt Pharmacy . . . Wuest's ...... 253 247 245 257 246 249 237 281 251 233 271 269 243 246 248 277 244 242 244 265 278 245 281 273 276 248 255 262 251 248 240 273 236 275 272 281 260 249 275 264 260 267 236 258 271 274 256 277 245 248 252 258 1,n Athens, Britain iauncneci a Turkish Cypriot leader Denk-1"KckQf91z.sw' 1 b1d to resume the tash said Wednesday, .bi kxjf ,. d -,-' I 32 i . nl Cyprus mace talks community would have. tr' of 'tif . s . . 'wextiire to Greece? up their own teinporari' i i i i, iriciit. The Greek lic if Greece delayef' X i 9 i jflef Pafficfl' Peace sett7c-ment 3 g ' 01' dis- "If the Gr ' u "Y peace. talk' Q , - . ' Wit transitiv 6 nen ' t, t - 'QSM who ' . fhe Select ' ' ""A f ' S. cxiuunil ov uct . In X region The informal annouricemegzit Q triad sought 1-K ' .,,' I .- jx 44 m1lS'L be reversed all of Fords vie V X '. issue beejuk 6 . ation of presidential statements that ' 5' haw. -,,? did. not have his eye on the ' hed ht 'ge G gy White House. 4' , I meek fl S New his position has chan- ggtcoy , f ' - lk qrkr Mgt Sas? 5 'tang v e t e r a n i. F grief timethat he has tY1m"':, reaffiFn?'1"s 'i io f ' 6 Q A 8 Q t5l'6Sidpnf Wnrd imp total opposluon, tb I 2 4 ,. . 0 I 6 nary reasons, vvn-A Ai "' "N 6 Y1 A iw executive no rdg ot 'Switzer annuo-f ' CE, S-23-L ted by Dr. Tffljash Agfiibfglgre Comma ..fm.,. i 21550 0 L 75' who er 0 n . ie reporte' f ' d' . 'as ,h Q ' "pf mp: Jack DuBose was e X 1 , V I Q 'i . ' ' H011 'B president of the Texas F 6 H 1, K 1 -nd...t-fi ay Ci2lS, Pickup 1 any Fwdemmon and direcm. 4 x iawgie gozesasiagmgrs rom mole ic. . 'nil Texas Egg Council. Bob X K vu... t Q. V - ' V. Y i Q nn. . eet. . 0 e he s ' Y :valign C3 R J dark was iheteamg Second would be back on their way to ,.2M,A,, me leading rusher last year Orlando, Fla" and Disney f' ' d 011311 .- 206 t- V f ' World. Riffht now, he was sa, p.m. gigligifleg :ma gigstoulgmdgwgf waiting foriiis wife to get a full At 921911. He gas one of the three set of dentures which would of the-h 0 12 returning backs off last years costnher 8540. That conipzires to irupress V 1041417 leamw M , V V A N the 5:5350 to S500 in New Yuik. qgentureg K A 1 .X . d S Y rx- ' qownte .. ltfy p' 2 built , ' ' ' V 'fin .fe office. b '99 On PHY DF' Qt? ' s d ling dentun W :' ru- PLQDS tor the new 30.19911 DGP- dmtur A' ' lm flaylys and tem 'F ergy rel per clay refinery call for if another. Q L ex- the crude to come from inrlei ons cost S2 per toe pcndent Texas producers. P 16353 , extractions take les. . ' n ra sently, these independer' QQ A hour, Patients are K ffiuld gucefs ,mare WCIKQST ...W V" K!'Vj ,..w K I .ufiylflkw-iQf61Y fitted with their 3 U91 -SIEIUIEUQUS toe mir new dentures before their gums i .A r 011 to the "' Q es tvziit have a chance to swell. Pres. . ' s 'Z t 'M Janet P it rude vere It A, N. .... .... . fl . e.e.......... ..... . ..e......,.... S S 'V ' fix . m H ? 5491 0 ' C 'io' mot th Wpment Cf 5 ' .. . Uenevej state, will I- X . Antonio, 1 ,N Q. Inns is true, that you can getiembassy in.NicoSaX 9 . V. ,,....,., ,U ...... .,e......s ...wo ...,............ Cl tougher I ply obviously will be priced The ., Pl ve less ., 'gg re reasonably than thoseination is if ,evelr -1 . 't supply, Q H part ti! 1' report also predicted Appucatic :P Q-V, sotember: for this ilk, butter, cheese Septembe . . ,A 'v milk will be 1, '4 ' App ica. iq apples and of 336 01' Lan vfill he 5319 and 5 'uees will, -059 DH' A . 'ned non Xiflu be D fr? ' P051 lon E boston Jcnoo s user . .IZA 15 . 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DuBose, Cheryl: 100, 102, 105 DuBose, Elton: 102, 103 DuBose, Jock lMarkl: 107, 108 DuBose, Taro: 94, 96 DuPree, Sara: 107, 108 Edge, Terri: 94, 96 Ehrig, Christi: 107, 108 Eleby, Bruce: 107 Eleby, Cynthia: 96 . English, Michael: 95, 96, IOQ English, Pamela: 108 Eredia, Mary Jane: ,102 ,E " Erskin, Bertha: 108 ' me Erskin,' Eula: 96 ' Erwin, Grant: 108 Escobedo, Chris: 102 Escobedo, Sarah: 96 Espinosa, Carolyn: 94, 96, 100 Espinosa, Gabriel: 108 Espinosa, Orlando: 102 Espinosa, Tony: 101, 102 Farek, Carol: 102, 103 Fennell, James Jr.: 96 Finch, Kello, J.: 94, 96 Finch, Robin: 102 Fink, Donna: 108 Finley, Teresa: 94, 96, 99 Flores, Johnny: 101, 102 Flores, Manuel: 96 Flores, Michael J.: 102 Floyd, Edward Floyd, Isabelle Renae: 102, 103 Floyd, James: 101, 102, 103 Fougerat, Kenneth J.: 101, 102 Fox, Teresa L.: 108 Freeman, Orvan lButchl 101, 102, 103 V French, David: 101, 102 Fryer, Bessie: 100, 108 Fullilove, David: 94, 96 Garcia, Anthony: 108 Garcia, Diana: 108 Garcia, Elizabeth A.: 108 Garcia, Mary Ann: 94, 96 Garcia, Rachel: 102, 103 Garcia, Robert: 108 Garza, Clara: 96 Garza, Gloria: 102, 105 Garza, Johnny: 102 Garza, PatJr.: 100,101,102 Gerloft, Deborah: 94, 96 Gerlotf, Diann: 102, 103 Gibson, Marvin Wayne: 101, 10 Gibson, Shari: 108 Gilkey, Betsy E.: 102 Gindler, Jack: 101, 102, 103 Girouard, Mark: 108 Gloss, Dale: 100, 101, 102 Glass, Kathy: 108 Gomez, Beatrice: 105 Gonzales, Genevive C.: 108 Gonzales, Karen S.: 96 Gonzales, Patricia: 102 - Gonzales, Roy: 108 Gonzales, Ruben: 101, 102 Gonzales, Shirley: 96 Gonzales, Thomas: 96 Goodwin, Scott E.: 102, 103 Granada, Rosa Ann: 102 Grant, Ornol: 102 Grant, Oscar: 108 Greathause, Amos: 108 Greathause, Andrew: 108 Greathause, Debbie: 108 Greathause, Donald: 95, 96 Greathause, Harris: 95, 96 Greathause, Roxanne: 102 Greathause, Sonya: 108 Greathause, Vincent: 100, 101, 102 Green, John: 100, 101, 102 Green, Lisa: 102 Green, William E.: 96 Greenwood, Bennie: 96 Grier, Kenneth E.: 108 Guerra, Genaro: 102 Guerra, Johnny: 108 Guerra, Roger: 102 Guerra, Sylvia: 108 Guevara, Hope: 102 Guevara, Mary Jane: 108 Guevara, Susie: 108 Gurleski, Michael: 108 Hagen, Michael: 96 Haiovsky, Judy: 94, 96, 99, 100 Hall, Kathy: 108 - Hansford, Carolyn M.: 96 Hare, James: 102 Hare, John: 108 2 Harris, Paul: 109 Harrison, Alice M.: 108, 109 Hastings, David: 96 Hastings, Shirlette: 108, 109 Hastings, Steve: 101, 102 Hausler, David Ray: 102, 103 Heller, C arl Eugene: 109 Hendershot, Trey: 101, 103 Hernandez, Carol: 109 Hernandez, Fernando: 109 Hernand ez, Nicolas: 96 Herrera, Josephine: 109 Herschop, Ronald: 95, 96 Hill, Cindy: 108, 109 Hill, Sherry Lou: 97 Hill, Zackery: 95, 97 Hisey,Commie: 106, 109 Hisey, William Eugene Jr.: 103 Hodges, Hodges, Hodges, Farris Jr.: 109 Ruth: 97 Zula Mae: 109 Holt, Grant: 108, 109 Holt, Joh n:101,103 Hood, Teresa K.: 106, 108, 109 Hood, Vi ckie E.: 100, 103, 105 Hoover, Sharon Kaye: 103 Howell, Sally: 103 Hull, Bonny Starr: 94, 97 Hull, Richard lkickyl: 109 Hunt, Artince Hunt, Barney Ray: 95, 97 Hunt, Beverly: 109 Hunt, Bill y Joe: 109 Hunt, Dorothy Jean: 108, 109 Hunt, Edward: 97 Hunt, Gregory: 109 Hunt, Michael: 97 lnce, Wil liam Charles: 109 lrle, Rosemary L.: 97 Jackson, Stephanie: 103 Jalufka, Larry: 109 Jalufka, Pauline: 97 Jalufka, Teresa: 103 James, Wanda: 94, 97 Janata, David: 94, 97 Janata, Timothy: 103 Johnson, Alice: 103 Johnson, Johnson, Annie Marie: 97 James: 97 Johnson, Janet: 94, 97 Johnson, Johnny: 97 Johnson, Larry: 95, 97 Johnson, Loma: 97 Johnson, Mary Ann: 103 Johnson, Opro: 103 Johnson Robert: 101, 103 Johnson: Sandra Kaye: 109 Johnson, Susan: 97 Johnson, Willie Moe: 109 Jones, Gail: 103 Jones, Milton D.: 101, 103 Jones, Tracey: 103 Jordan, Bobby: 103 Jordan, Johnny Lynn: 103 Juarez, Andrew: 103 Jurek, Di Jurek, Je Jurek, Jo an Kay: 103 rrie: 103 ' hn: 108, 109 Jurek, William Glen: 103 Kalisek, Sandra: 97 Kapavik, Ernestine: 103 Karnua, Karen: 103 Karnau, Sharon: 103 Keck, Su san: 94, 97 Kelly, James Uimmyl: 94, 97 Kelley, Tucker: 97 Kincaid, Mark: 97 Klapuch, Richard: 97 Knandel, Carol: 97 Knox, Kirby L.: 101, 103 Kresta, Jo Ann: 97 Kuck, Michael: 95, 97 Kuck, Robert: 109 Kulhanek, Dorothy: 97 Kuntschik, Brian S.: 109 Kuntschik, Gregory: 101, 103 Lampki lt, Artie: 104 Lamprecht, James: 108, 109 Lauraine, Leigh: 94, 97, 99, 100 Leal, Frances: 97 Leal, Henry: 97 . Leal, Johnny: 97 Leal, Sostenes: 104 Leal, Tommy: 104 Leissner, August L.: 109 LePori, Carol Elizabeth: 94, 97 Lewis, Ella Fay: 104 Lewis, Larry: 95, 97 Lindemann, Luann: 97 Longoria, Simon: 103, 104 Lopez, Debbie: 104 Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Lo ez Esther: 108, 109 Rachel: 97 Ramiro: 109 S lvia 97 P I Y i Low, Phylis: 109 Luke, Estella: 104 Luke, Gloria: 109 Lytle, John D.: 104 Machicek, Edward: 109 Machicek, Roger: 97 Macias, Andrea: 104 Macias,Angelita: 108, 109 Macias,Juanita: 109 Macias, Margie: 97 Macias , Mary: 108, 109 Malatek, Gregory lGreg1: 109 Malatek, Terry J.: 108, 109 Maldonado, Diane: 104 Martin, Martin, Martin, Glen W.: 94, 97 James Scott: 97 Leonard: 104 Martinez, Elsa: 109 Martinez, Jo Ann: 104 Martinez, Pauline: 97 Martinez, Sammie: 108, 109 Moore, Anthony S.: 1 10 . Moore, David: 95, 98 Mora, Moses: I 10 Moreno, David: 103, 104 Moreno, Reyes: 104 Moseley, Mark: 98 Moses, Jo Ann: 103, 104 Motal, Lafern: 104 Mueller, Darla: 104 Mueller, Stacy: 95, 98 Munguia, Maria: 98 Munson, Beth: 94, 98 Nance, Donnie: 98 Nance, Johnnie Uohnj: 1 10 Naveiar, Sylvia: 98 Naveiar, Sylvia Ann: 104 Neitsch, Cynthia: 98 Newton, Bobby: 95, 98 Newton, Sherry Lynn: 103, 104 Novak, Andrea: 104 Novak, Cheryl Ann: 98 Nowotny, Shari: 104 Oakes, Michael: 1 10 Oncken, Richard: 94, 95, 98 Ornelas, Doris: 98 Padilla, Sylvia: 108, 1 10 Pagel, Keith: 108, 1 10 Pakebusch, Alton Jr.: 1 10 Pape, Darrell Wade: 98 Pape, Terry L.: 104 Paris, Joel Lee: 1 10 Parker, Darren Clifton: 94, 98 Pavliska, Deborah: 108, 1 10 Pekar, Beverly: 104 Pekar, Kathleen: 98 Pekar, Ruth A.: 98, 104 Pena, David: 95, 98 Perales, Martha A.: 108, 1 10 Perales, Mildred: 108, 110 Perez, Martha: 1 10 Perfetto, John: 108, 1 10 Peterek, Priscilla: 103, 104 Petras, Debra: 103, 104 Petru, Donald W.: 101 , 103, 104 Pilsner, Paulette: 94, 98 Pinckard, Casey: 101, 104 Ploeger, Mark: 1 10 Ploetz, William lBilll: 95, 98 Polk, Charles: 1 10 Martinez, Tomasa: 97 . Massey, Gerald: 94, 97 Mata, Andrew Jr.: 101, 104 Mata, Bernadine: 109 Mayberry, Calvin: 109 Mayberry, Marsha: 104 McGlothine, Anna: 97 McGlothine, Dennis: 101, 104 McKinney, Sharon A.: 103, 104 McKnight, Rosemarie: 94, 97 McNabb, James: 103, 108, 109 McNabb, Kelley M.: 94, 97 McRae, Melissa: 108, 109 Mendez, Danny: 109 Mendoza, Delmira: 109 Menking, Glenn: 109 Mercer, Conroy: 101,-104 Mercer, Rhonda: 108, 109 Mikes, Judy: 97 Mikesh, Nancy L.: 109 Mikesh, Therese: 104 Miller, lizzie Ola: 104 Miller, Kari: 108, 109 Miller, Kelly: 97, 99 Miller, Kimberly: 108, 1 10 Miller, Pahela Jean: 98 Miller, Roy: 98 Miller, Willie J.: 104 Mills, Russell: 108, 110 Mills, Stephen: 1 10 Molina, Carmen: 110 Molina, Esther: 104 Molina, Henry E.: 110 Molnoskey, James A.: 104 Polk, Jessie: 1 10 Porras, Sandra: 103, 104 Porter, O. B. Jr.: 101, 103, 104 Quinney, Denise: 108, 1 10 Raeke, Patricia: 94, 98 Ramirez, Diane: 104 Ramirez, Jimmy: 98 Ramos, Alice: 1 10 Ramos, Anita: 98 Ramos, Diana: 1 10 Ramos, Linda: 104, 109 Ramos, Luisa: 1 10 Ramos, Ricky: 1 10 Reagan, Louis C.: 101, 103, 104, 1 Reed, Connie L.: 100, 101, 109 Reid, Mark: 1 10 Remschel, Robert: 101, 103, 104, 109 Remschel, Todd: 103, 104, 109 Reyes, Gracie: 108, 1 10 Reynolds, Clifford M. Jr.: 98 Reynolds, Katherine D.: 103, 104, 109 Richard Richard son, Keith: 94, 98 son, Sue: 108, 110 Richter, Dennis: 101, 103, 104 Richter, Douglas Wayne: 104 Richter, Edward D.: 105 Richter, Richard: 98 Richter, Sandra Dee: 103, 105 Richter, Virginia: 98 Rioias, Adam: 1 10 Rioias, Anna: 98 Rioias, Daniel: 95, 98 Rivera, Diana: 105 Rivera, John: 98 Rivera, Roger: 108, 1 10 Rivera, Sylvia lGuerral: 1 10 Rhonda: 103, 105 Robinson, Rodriguez, Amanda: 94, 98 Rodriguez, Bobby: 95, 98 Rodriguez, C. D.: 1 10 Rodriguez, Diane: 1 10 Rodriguez, Robert: 98 Rodriguez, Rudy: 95, 98 Roegner, Daniel Scott: 1 10 Roegner, Rosanne Mae: 105 Rosales, Joe: 1 10 Russell, Shari: 108, 1 10 Salas, Robert Antonio lTonyl: 98 Sampleton, Cleveland: 1 10 Sanchez, Diana: 1 10 Sanchez, Josephine: 1 10 Sanchez, Ramona lAIvarez1: 1 10 San Miguel, Martin: 98 San Miguel, Michael: 98, 101 San Miguel, Ruben: 1 10 Scallion, Marva: 98 Schaeffer, Joy l.: 1 10 Schaeur, Keith: 1 10 Schieberle, Gay Lisa: 106, 108, 1 10 Schmidt, Keith: 94, 98 Schomburg, Teri: 103, 105 Schurig, Tyree: 108, 1 10 Scoggins, Kelly Ann: 94, 98 Scott, Beverly: 103, 105 Scott, Margaret: 108, 1 10 Scott, Michael: 98 Seidel, Diane: 94, 98 Sepulveda, Fernando M.: 98 Shaeffer, Joy Shannon, Justin: 105 Shelton, Robert lBobbyl: 105 Sherry, Donald R.: 98 Shock, Joey: 105 Shoemate, Harley: 95, 98 Short, Marilyn: 94, 98 Short, Sandra: 1 10 Siegel, Charlene: 103, 105 Simmons, Sanya: 105 Simper, Jeffrey: 95, 98, 100 Sixtos, Rose: 108, 110 Smith, sally: 111 Smith, Bryant: 1 1 1 Smith, Denise Annette: 98 Smith, I. G.: 111 Smith, Jeff: 1 1 1 Smith, Josie: 98 Smith, Joycelyn: 98 Smith, Laveme: 99 Smith, Roy: 99 Smith, Steven: 99 Soefie, Ray S.: 103, 105 Sofka, Henry: 108, 1 11 Soto, Hector: 108, 1 1 1 Soto, Ronnie: 99 Spears, Michael: 108, 1 1 1 Staton, Carol: 103 Staton, David G.: 99 Staton, Dorothy: 99 Staton, Judy: 99 Steemer, Michael: 95, 99 Steemer, Rickie: 1 1 1 Stefinsky, John Patrick: 95 Stefinsky, Lynnette: 108, 1 11 Stella, Sandee M.: 108, 1 1 1 sfewan, Billy: 11 1 Supak, Sharon: 103, 105 Sutton, David: 105 Sutton, Jacquelyn Uackiel: 94, 99 Svoboda, Sherrie: 99 Tabera, Joann: 94, 99 Tabera, John: 101, 105 1 Taylor, Cynthia E.: 99 Taylor, Gilda J.: 1 1 1 1 Taylor, Joe: 105 Technik, Pamela: 105 Technik, Peggy: 103, 1 1 1 Tesch, Sandy W.: 103, 105 Tesch, Timothy: 94, 99 Thanheiser, Marsha: 105 Tharp, Carolyn: 1 1 1 Thorp, Robert: 99 Thomas, Robert Lee: 99 Thompson, Kevin: 108, 111 Thompson, Todd: 99 Tieken, Gerald: 1 1 1 Tieken, H. Bruce: 103, 105 Tomas, Daniel: 1 1 1 Tomas, Sandra: 103, 105 Torres, Gloria: 105 Torres, Josephine: 105 Torres, Richard: 1 1 1 Trevino, Diana: 99 Trevino, Johnny: 1 1 1 Tuch, Ann: 103, 105 Tumlinson, Billy G.: 105 Turner, Judy A.: 1 1 1 Valdez, Alice: 111 Valenta, Charlie: 1 1 1 Valenta, Debra: 103, 105 Valenzuela, Baldimor: 108, 1 1 1 Vana, Danny: 1 1 1 Vana, Geraldine: 94, 99 Vaughn, Cathy: 94, 99 Vega, Rene: 105 Vega, Tony: 99 Vega, Vergie: 1 1 1 Vickers, David: 1 1'1 Villareal, Rudy: 105 Villareal, Ruth: 99 Villasana, Rudy: 94, 99 Voges, Mary Ann: 108, 111 Vyviala, Michael: 101, 103, 105 Walleck, Aubrey: 105 Walshak, Julie: 94, 99 Walshak, Mark: 94, 95, 99 Walshak, Michelle: 100, 103, 105 Washington, Ray: 105 Watt, Charles E.: 99 Watt, Gabriel: 1 1 1 Webb, Cleveland: 1 1 1 Webb, Hamilton: 95, 99 West, Ferd W.: 95, 99 White, Annie: 1 1 1 White, Billy Dell: 95, 99 White, James: 1 1 1 White, John Albert: 1 1 1 Whitehead, Michelle: 108, 1 1 1 Wileford, Denise M.: 1 1 l Wilke, Karen: 99 Wilkerson, Harvey J.: 95, 99 Williams, Larry: 95, 99 Williams, Mildred: 108, 1 1 1 Winegeart, Sarah: 99 Windwehen, Willa: 99 Wishert, Jeffery: 1 1 1 Wright, Belinda: 103, 105 Wright, Megan: 108, 1 1 1 Wright, Melanie K.: 103, 105 Yackel, Mona: 108, 1 1 1 Young, Catherine: 94, 99 Zella, Diane: 94, 99 Zella, Gregory: 101, 105 Zoch, Debra M.: 99 Zumwalt, Carolyn: 94, 99 Zumwalt, Ryan Alan: 105 Adams, Russell: 39, 85, 208 Aguirre, Elizabeth: 69, 73, 160, 178 Aldis, Debbie: 77, 167, 179 Aldis, Gerald: 55, 188, 245 Almaguer, Henry Alvarez, Mary: 69, 180 Ara, Patricia: 12, 53, 85, 146, 184 Arnic, Leonard: 17, 51 , 68, 69, 73, 153, 176, 202, 204, 206, 209, 213, 214, 217, 219, 237 Arrellano, Gloria: 69, 160, 180, 200 Arriola, Sylvia: 77 Atkinson, John: 69, 75, 127, 130, 131 , 153, 176, 204, 205, 213, 237 Atkinson, Pamela: 85, 153, 179, 184 Bailey, Patricia: 10, 24, 55, 153, 162, 266 Baker, Billy: 85, 191, 208 Baker, Fred: 77 Baker, Gary: 77, 188 Baker, Ilene: 51 , 53, 55, 61, 165, 167, 180, 272 Baker, John: 47, 77, 144, 206 Baker, Laney: 69, 188 Baker, Mariann: 52, 77, 82, 179 Baker, Roger: 55, 195, 196, 273 Baker, Ronnie: 77, 197, 198, 263 Baker, Steve Baker, Warren: 69, 197 Banks, Charles: 85, 208, 222 Barborak, James: 85, 191 ' Barborak, Sharon: 55, 174, 277 Barclay, Dean: 69, 155, 195 Barnett, Morgan: 84, 85, 191, 192, 208 Barnett, Vicki: 51 , 53, 55, 66, 174, 255 Barron, Billy: 24, 52, 69, 83, 188, 214, 224 Barta, Sharon: 52, 55, 150, 151 , 165, 167, 260 Bartels, Jeanne: 23, 53, 55, 165,,231, 241 Basquez, Florence: 85, 179 ' Basquez, John: 5, 17, 77, 188, 221 Gonzales High School Index Bazan, Becky: 69, 139, 160, 161 , 162, 164, 262 Bazan, Bazan, Gerald: 77, 197, 206 James: 19, 85, 153, 191, 208 Beasley, Clifton: 85, 89, 208 Behlen, Kathy: 52, 55, 167, 174, 200, 201, 249 Bell, Donald 1 Benes, Sandra: 69, 233 Benes, Wilbert: 85, 191 Bivins, David: 17, 69, 75, 153, 169, 176, 177, 204, 205 206, 207, 213, 214, 237, 248 Black, Charlene: 23, 55, 178, 200, 201 Bludau, Tommy: 15, 54, 55, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 120, 215, 125, 165, 176, 201, 204, 207, 209, 210, 213, 216, 219, 229, 237, 272, 279 Bonds, Evelyn: 77, 178, 179 Bonds, Hosea: 69, 142 Bonds, Sharon: 85, 178, 179 Boone, Micheal: 6, 21, 25, 55, 152 Boome,Cmdy:52,54,55,113,115,117,127,128, 1 29, Bouldin 147,257 ,Bmy:69,142 Boysen, Barbara: 13, 85, 179, 185 Boysen, Cathy: 23, 53, 55, 112, 113, 115, 117, 122, 150,151,157,165,I67,171,173,272 125, Boysen, Jane: 6, 52, 77, 140, 146 Braune, Jeffery: 6, 54, 55, 113, 1 15, 117, 124, 127, 129 154 157 162 231 271 272 I 28l I I I I I I Breitschopf, Cindy: 85, 179, 200 Breitschopf, William: 69, 72, 195, 206 Brewster, Linda: 55 Brom, Tony: 52, 77, 188 Brothers, Alice: 85, 148, 179 Brothers, Ben: 69, 155, 168 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown Bobby: 77 David: 55 Donna: 7, 20, 53, 76, 77, 146, 167, 193 Freddie- 69 142 Brown, Johnny: 85 Brown, Tom: 84, 85, 191, 208 Brown, Victor: 77 , 206, 268 Brunkenhoefer, Patti: 77, 140, 146, 147, 179, Brunkenhoefer, Russel: 11, 54, 55, 1 13, 1 15, 117, 168, 1 69, 188, 190, 272 Bruns, Jason: 77, 148, 206 Brzozowski, Debbie: 13, 85, 153, 179, 185 Brzozowski, Suzanne: 52, 55, 174 Burger, Margaret: 6, 14, 20, 21, 77, 1-53 Burger, Roy: 85, 191 Burger, Susan: 52, 85, 179, 184 Burton, Carolyn: 69, 162, 178, 180 Camacho, Janie: 23, 77 Camacho, Mitch: 85, 208 Camari Camari 162, Camari Camari llo, Bernie: 69 llo, Carlos: 51, 69, 113, 127, 130, 131, 160, 163, 169 llo, Linda: 85, 179 llo, Silberio: 55, 197 Campion, Sandra: 69, 150, 171 , 184 Cantrel Cantrel l, Luann: 69, 144, 145 . I, Ricky: 55, 174, 175 Cantu, Eugenia: 85 Cantu, Cantu, Lillian: 18, 55, 160, 161, 200, 201 I Robert: 69 Cantu, Sylvia: 69, 160, 180, 200, 201 Carden as, Diane: 69 Carlson, Shawna: 53, 55, 165 Carriza les, Mary Jane: 69, 140 Carson, John: 69, 70, 168 Carter, Johnny: 17, 69, 188 Casares, Victor: 85, 191 Castillo, Maria: 69, 73, 160 Castillo, Mike: 85, 191 Cerda, Susie: 69 Chapman, Micheal: 55, 142 Chapman, Norma: 85, 178, 179, 184 Chavarria, Carlos: 85, 208 Chumchal, Robert: 69, 176, 177, 204, 205, 233 Clack, Casandra: 84, 85, 127, 134, 135, 148, 149, 178, 179, 194, 200 Clack, Robert: 77 Clark, Debra: 77 Clements, Joe: 47, 69, 188 Cleveland, Debra: 85 Cockcroft, Charlene: 41, 85, 179, 187 Conant, Tim: 78, 148, 185, 224 Condel, Diane: 69, 174 Condel, Patricia: 85 Connell, Robbie: 25, 69, 153, 188 Contreras, Augustine: 78, 188, 206 Contreras, Cindy: 55, 73, 180, 200 Contreras, Johnny: 69, 142, 206 Contreras, Rosa: 69, 180, 200 Cook, Chris: 85, 89, 179, 185, 274 Cooley, Garvin: 85, 191, 208 Crook, Donnie: 69, 184, 206 Cuvelier, Scott: 14, 78 Daniel, David: 6, 20, 21 , 69, 152, 153, 185 Daniel, Robyn: 8, 56, 146, 148, 153, 162, 180, 181, 241, 242 Danysh, Roy: 78 - Danysh, Tommy: 78 Davis, Norma: 56, 153, 162 . Dean, Patty: 21, 69, 140, 144, 145, 153, 171, 173, 265 Dean, Tery: 56, 153, 154, 244, 282 DeBerry, Cindy: 8, 20, 53, 76, 78, 146, 182, 183, 184 DeCamp, Mike: 78, 191, 206 Dechman, Mii: 9, 78, 140, 153, 234 Dennis, Lillian: 85, 178, 179, 200 Dennis, Ryan: 68, 69, 75, 176, 185, 204 DesRochers, Daniel: 78, 155, 189 DesRochers, Kent: 69, 148, 155, 206 Dobbins, Debbie: 14, 69, 140, 149, 150, 152, 153, 166, 271 Dobbins, Elizabeth: 85, 148, 153, 179, 184 Dora, Delores: 78, 178, 179, 184 Dora, Sharon: 56 Douglas, Charles: 4 Downey, Joe: 69, 75, 184, 188 Dryer, Alice: 21, 56, 150, 151, 167, 184, 186, 187, 257 Dryer, Joni: 10, 14, 56, 150, 151 , 184, 241 DuBose, Bruce: 56, 195, 196 ' DuBose, John Charles: 69, 275 DuBose, Sissy: 78, 153, 275 DuBose, Todd: 69, 188 Edge, Kerri: 85, 179, 200 Edge, Phil: 11, 17, 85, 184, 191 Eredia, Anita: 85, 179 Eredia, Tony: 53, 85, 179 Esparza, Armando: 78, 197 Esparza, Fernando: 78, 197 Esparza, Ray: 69, 197, 198 Espinosa, Danny: 78, 1 13, 1 15, 1 17, 206, 272 Espinosa, Micheal: 69 Espinosa, Sarah: 85, 160 . Estrada, Eddie: 17, 69, 185 Eureste, Andy: 69, 197 Evan, Frances: 56, 150, 165, 180, 272 Farek, Lisa: 20, 78, 148, 149, 150, 277 Fehner, James: 70, 195, 282 Fehner, Micheal: 52, 85, 184, 191 Fehner, Sheila: 13, 85, 179, 185 Fenell, Gladys: 78, 178, 179 Fennel, Larry: 56, 142 Filip, Debbie: 70 Filip, Dennis: 85, 174, 191 Finch, Debbie: 35, 51, 56, 167, 180, 181, 200 Fink, Brian: 70, 188 Fink, Caroline: 70, 73, 146, 153, 180, 181, 244 Fink, Laura: 78, 191, 192 Finley, Charles: 56, 188, 190, 269 Finley, Jimmy: 70, 188 Fitzugh, Margaret Flores, Andy: 70, 171, 173 Flores, Carlos: 85 Flores, Ray: 85 Floyd, David: 78, 185 Floyd, Janelle: 85, 153, 179, 200, 238 Floyd, Jerry: 5, 27, 51, 53, 56, 122, 165, 166, 176, 188 204, 238 Foley, Carolyn: 85, 178, 179 Fortune, David: 78 Fougerat, Denise: 78, 146, 155, 184, 238 Fougerat, Michael: 56, 197, 198, 238 Franklin, Rosie: 41, 56 Fryer, Andre: 24, 54, 56, 112, 113, 115, 117, 120, 127, 128, 129,137,176, 177,188,190, 201, 204, 207, 213, 216, 217, 219, 237, 272 Fryer, Iberia: 76, 78, 146, 179, 184 qi? x sg Fuller, Sherry: 70 . Gandre, Jimmy: 56 Garcia, Alcario: 78, 160 Garcia, Gloria: 70 1 Garcia, Luis: 78, 127, 132, 133, 204 Garcia, Norma: 16, 85, 160, 178, 194, 200 Garcia, Ramon: 78 Garcia, Roland V Garcia, Rose: 85, 153, 178 Garcia, Sylvia: 86, 184 Garner, Brenda: 86, 179 1 Garner, Karen: 20, 57, 178, 180, 181 Garner, Linda: 78, 179 Garvel, Linda: 52, 70, 144, 150 Garza, Ray: 57, 140, 175, 176, 204, 221, 229 Garza, Rene: 78 Garza, Rosalinda: 11, 77, 78, 161 Gayton, Alice: 70 Gayton, Norma: 86, 160 Gerloff, David: 86, 185, 191 Gerloff, Nancy: 78 Gescheidle, Chris: 38, 86, 185, 191 Gescheidle, Norma: 51, 70, 153, 164 Gescheidle, Tim: 70, 74, 113, 115, 117, 195, 272 Gibson, Janice: 70, 72, 75, 153, 180, 181 , Gibson, Joyce: 78, 153, 179, 184 Gibson, Ricky: 78, 153, 188, 206, 227 Giles, Kevin: 86, 191, 208, 226 Gilkey, Ronnie: 86, 191 ' Gindler, Bruce: 70, 176, 204, 224, 266 Glass, Bryan: 21, 52, 57, 66,113,115,117,119,165, 166, 188, 190, 239, 272 Glass, Darren: 86, 191 1 Glass, Sharon: 20, 52, 78, 182, 183, 184 Gomez, Ernest: 12, 197, 204 Gomez, Sylvia: 76, 78, 113, 1 15, 117, 127, 132, 133, 140, 160, 272 Gonzales, Antonio: 78, 197 Gonzales, Eufenio, Jr.: 86, 127, 134, 135, 208 Gonzales, George: 78 Goodwin, Lisa: 41, 86, 185 g Gottwald, Darrell: 57, 195, 196 Gray, Chris: 57 Gray, Laverne: 15, 70, 153, 155, 171, 173, 250 Greathouse, John: 24, 70 Greathouse, Hiawatha: 57, 142 Green, Curtis: 86 Green, Evangeline: 18, 57, 67, 178, 180, 200 Green, Joe Ann: 57, 162 Green, Yvonne: 18, 57, 67, 178, 180, 200 Grim, Paul: 57, 185 Guerra, Arnulfo: 70 Guerra, Doloes: 86, 179 Guerra, Gloria: 78, 178 Guevera, Oralia: 78 Hahn, Russ: 78, 214 Haiovsky, Jeanette: 14, 78, 82, 153, 182, 183, 184, 27 Halamicek, Pokey: 57, 174, 175 Hallmark, Ruthann: 12, 86, 148, 184 Hanke, Kenneth: 57, 197, 266 Hansford, Charles: 70 Hansford, Otis: 24, 70 in Harborth, Daryl: 58, 197, 198, 267 Hardt, Emily: 12, 21 , 52, 86, 146, 153, 185 Harrell, Jimmie: 78, 188, 206 Harrison Harrison Harrison Harrison Harrison Hastings, Hastings, Hastings, , Albenha: ao, 178, 184 Connie: 86, 178, 200 Lovie:70,127,130,13l,178,181,185 Z Tommy , Vicki: 42, 78 Christine: 78, 200 Christine E.: 42, 78, 178, 200 Leslie: 70, 142, 214 Havel, Carolyn: 86, 179, 200 Havel, David: 58, 197, 198 Haynes, Michael: 195 Henderson, Kathy: 58, 140, 180, 240 Heller, Barbara: 22, 70, 150, 168 Helmke, Linda: 58 Hernandez, Minerva: 86 Hidalgo, Mike: 35, 78 Hidalgo, Ronnie: 58, 192, 271 Hidalgo, Rosie: 53, 84, 86, 148, 153, 171 , 178, 185 Hill, Becky: 78, 179, 200 Hill, Cathy: 70, 153, 179 Hill, Cindy: 86, 153, 179 Hill, Susan: 58, 146, 153, 168, 169, 242 Hindman, Ruth: 86, 148, 185 Hisey, Beth: 86, 184 Hobizal, Shirley: 58, 174 Hodges, Eliiah: 86, 191, 208 Hodges, Sam: 70, 142 Hodges, Will: 18, 27, 45, 58, 203, 204, 206, 220, 224 244 Holt, Betty: 78, 179 1 - Holt, David: 58, 188, 257 Holt, Mindy: 86, 153, 179, 200 Hoopinggarner, Donis: 58, 154, 168, 169, 258 Hoover, Lisa: 70 Howell, Grover: 86, 191, 268 Howell, Valorie: 7, 52, 68, 70, 75, 146, 154, 193, 200, 257 Hrncirik, Ann: 58, 162, 164 Hull, Candi: 6, 14, 58, 150, 151, l82,183,184, 245 Hull, Chuck: 78, 153, 188, 214, 274 Hunt, Carlton: 58 , l Hunt, Ella: 78 ' Hunt, Farris: 70, 142 1 Hunt, John: 78 Hunt, Myrtle: 58 Hunt, Wesley: 70 Hyman, Anne: 70, 162, 164 lnce, Mark: 70, 184, 206 lnce, Susan: 12, 53, 86, 148, 184 lrle, Herbie: 86, 191 Ivey, Jackie: 17, 51, 70, 174, 185 Jackson, Howeela Jackson, Jay: 58, 197 Jackson, Joy: 86, 179 1 Jackson, Mary Jane: 39, 86, 146, 152, 184 James, Linda: 78, 127, 132, 133, 148, 149, 179, 185 Johnson, Beverly: 86, 191 Johnson, Bobby: 70, 142, 213 Johnson, Jean: 15, 52, 54, 58, 1 13, 115, 116, 126, 146, 150,151,153, 272, 279 Johnson Johnson , Judy: 4, 51, 58, 114, 124, 234, 279 ,,Julie: 7, 53, 70, 140, 150, 166, 271 Johnson, Johnson, , Mary: 78, 153, 279 Johnson, Johnson Johnson I Johnson, Lea Ann: 84, 86, 146, 153, 184, 279 Linda: 5, 78, 83, 179 Melvin: 5, 70 Patricia: 9, 17, 18, 53, 58, 165, 178, Van: 79 Jones, David: 58, 62, 153 Jones, Linda: 86 Jones, Minerva: 79 Jones, Paula: 58, 178 Jurek, Bobby: 86, 191, 208 Jurek, Janice: 21 , 71 , 73, 75, 153, 162, 259 Jurek, Shirley: 79, 153 Kalisek, Charles: 79, 188 Kapavik, Betty: 84, 86, 179 Kapavik, Kathy: 13, 71, 155, 164 Keck, Bill: 79, 89, 155 Kelley, Brad: 17, 33, 52, 58, 165, 166, 184, 187, 273 Kelly, James: 58, 144, 145, 148 Kelly, Paula Klapuck, Johnny: 79 Klapuck, Tim: 58, 197, 198, 264 Klein, Patricia: 53, 79, 148, 167, 179 Knandel, Elizabeth: 79, 191, 200 Knesek, Chris: 79, 188, 206 Kocian, Carolyn: 52, 86, 179, 200 Kotzebue, Diane: 79, 81, 153 Krause, James: 71 Krause, Janet: 79, 179 Kresta, David: 79, 188 Kridler, Jackie: 71 , 168, 247 Kuck, Carol: 86, 179, 185 Kulhanek, Doris Kulhanek, Mary: 71 Kulhanek, Roselyn: 58, 150 Kuntschick, Chris: 6, 79 Kuntschick, Debbie: 46, 53, 71 , 146, 150, 174, 233 Kylandes, Charles: 79, 142 Kylandes, Sandra: 86, 178, 179, 181 Lamprecht, Gwen: 58, 148, 149, 150, 166, 185, 187 Lamprecht, John: 86, 185, 191, 208 Laster, Gene: 86, 208, 226 Leal, Benny: 79 Leal, Diane: 86, 153, 160, 178, 179 U Leal, Linda: 52, 59, 127, 128, 129 Leal, Lupe: 86 Ledesma, Frank: 71 Lee, Stacy: 7, 79, 150, 193 . Leissner, Jeff: 22, 59, 123, 176, 188, 190, 276 Leissner, Stan: 9, 50, 86, 191 179,180 3 5 73 ix O LePori, David: 14, 17, 79, 83, 148, 149, 185, 187, 206, 221 , 226, 238 LePori, Kenneth: 52, 84, 86, 127, 134, 135, 148, 155, 184, 208, 222 LePori, Mary: 71 , 153, 184 Lester, Byron: 86, 191, 192, 208 Lester, Jan: 53, 79, 167, 179, 200 Lester, Jeff: 50, 86, 191 , 192 Lester, John: 71,, 188 Lester, Joy: 9, 17, 80, 167, 200 Lester, Ricky: 71 , 75, 188, 206, 220, 227 Lewis, Gary: 80 Lindemann, Donna: 5, 9, 18, 59, 66, 140, 146, 147, 150, 232 1 Lindemann, Tommy: 50, 86, 1 13, 1 15, 1 17, 191 , 192, 232, 272 Lockstedt, Lynna: 41, 86, 179 Logan, Sharon: 5, 37, 71 , 146, 153, 168, 169, 257 Longoria, Freddie: 71 , 142 Longoria, Tina: 80, 148, 149, 185 Luke, Coleman: 4, 80 Luke, Ray: 71 Lytle, Rena: 86 Macias, Estella: 80 Malatek, Glenna: 59, 150, 153, 174, 200, 201 Malatek, Richard: 80, 188 Malinak, Jane: 86 Malinak, Margaret: 80 Marshall, .lo Ann Martin, Dawn: 50, 87, 89, 153, 179, 200 Martin, John: 71 , 176, 188, 204 Martinez, Carlos: 80 Martinez, Mary: 71 , 178 Martinez, Robert: 80, 150, 153 Massie, Tim: 59, 66, 168, 244 Matias, Anton: 87, 191 May, Ricky: 80, 188, 245 McCullough, Jan: 5, 52, 68, 71 , 127, 130, 131, 156 159, 200, 211, 234 McKinney, Larry: 40, 59, 179, 184, 185 McMillan, Mark: 25, 59, 153 McNabb, Donnie: 87, 191 McNabb, Kenneth: 59, 153, 188 . McNabb, Pat: 71, 191, 197 McNabb, Scott: 80, 206 McNeil, Shirley: 80, 178 McRae, Arlin: 87, 191, 240 McRae, Harold: 71 , 195, 196, 240 Medina, Ricky: 87, 174 Medina, Rosie: 71 Mendez, Joe: 80, 171 Mendez, Ramon: 87, 171 Menking, Freddie: 59, 195, 196, 268 Mercer, Gene: 87, 191 Mikes, Sharon: 59, 180, 181, 200, 201, 241 Mikesh, Carolyn: 59, 174, 200, 201, 273 Mikesh, Joey: 59 Mikesh, Karen: 80, 82, 153, 179 Mikesh, Paul: 87, 191 Miller, Christi: 53, 71, 121, 171, 182, 183, 184 Miller, James: 80, 81, 82 Miller, Jerry: 87, 127, 134, 135, 144, 191 Miller, Kevin: 71 , 176, 915, 204, 210 Miller, Linda: 5, 21, 52, 59, 66, 112, 121, 122, 146, 147, 154, 165, 166, 168, 170, 262 Miller, Nancy: 71 , 153, 162 Miller, Roger: 5, 59, 66, 153, 195, 236 Miller, Ulite: 71, 148, 188, 227 Mills, Jeff: 1 1, 87, 238 Molina, Dora: 80 Molina, George: 87, 208 Molina, Sally: 87, 153 RW on Molina, Steven: 35, 80 , Moore, 1c:::1:1e:n:52,71, 113, 115, 117, 14s, 149, 184, 272 Moore, Melanie: 53, 87, 148, 184 Moreno, Joe: 80 Moreno, Raymond: 71 , 197 Mosely, Joseph: 47, 80, 188 Mosely, Joyce: 80 Mosely, Lloyd: 71 , 188 Muelker, Dwight: 59, 188 Muelker, Kathy: 87, 179 Mungia, Tomasa: 80, 178 Munson, Houston: 8, 52, 80, 153, 154, -188, 214, 224 Musgrove, Michelle: 71 Nagel, Lea: 87, 148, 179 Nance, Linda: 80 Naveiar, Eddie: 71 Neitsch, Ray: 59, 188 Netti, Larry: 87, 153, 191 , 208, 222 Netti, Mary: 71 , 153, 233 Neuse, Nathan: 17, 87, 153, 185 Newton, Gary: 24, 68, 71 , 72, 176, 204, 210, 211, 282 Newton, Larry: 18, 25, 52, 80, 1 13, 127, 132, 133, 148 149, 153, 167, 206, 223 Newton, Terry: 45, 60, 67, 153, 188, 203, 204, 205, 206, 224, 282 Null, Sandra: 80, 179 Oeltjen, David: 87, 153, 191, 208 Oeltien, Terri: 80 Ollison, Sandra: 71 , 182, 183, 184 Olmos, Frank: 60, 184, 185, 186, 187 Olmos, Henry: 71, 197, 198 Olmos, Manuel: 87, 191, 208 Olmos, Rita:71,113,127,130,131,160,161 O'Neal, Frances: 60, 174 O'Neal, Laura: 87 Ornelas, Lee: 80, 206 Ornelas, Leroy: 60, 175 Ortiz, Joe: 80 Parker, Damon: 80, 83, 214, 220, 221 Patteson, Eldridge: 19, 71, 148, 185 Patteson, Wynoka: 87 Pekar, Joyce: 87, 179, 200 Pena, Henry: 71 , 162, 271 Perez, Mary Jane: 80, 160 Perez, Micheal: 71 Peterek, Cynthia: 87, 153, 179, 184 Peterek, Debbie: 6, 7, 20, 53, 80, 146, 193, 200 Petru, Eugene: 60, 168, 174, 248 Petru, William: 71 , 206 Philips, Brian: 80, 148, 185, 214 Pilsner, Don: 9, 87, 153 Pilsner, Glenn: 60, 174, 175, 278 Pisciotta, Cynthia: 80, 83, 179 Pisciotta, Debra: 60, 174 Pisciotta, Ralph: 51, 71 , 174, 276 Ploeger, Sally: 15, 51, 53, 60, 66, 146, 153, 168, 169, 244, 249 Ploetz, Saralyn: 87, 153, 179, 184 Poe, Tommy: 53, 60, 167, 180, 181 ' Pohler, David: 7, 71 , 185 Pohler, Tim: 17, 87, 185 Polk, Anthony: 19, 87, 191 Polk, Bryant: 24, 80, 214, 237 Polk, Leon: 24, 80 Polk, Leonard: 6, 23, 60, 176, 185, 213, 216, 237 Porras, Cynthia: 7, 71 , 140, 160 1 Porter, Dorothy: 80, 148, 179, 184 Porter, Pauline: 87, 179, 185 Poynter, Leslie: 8, 71 , 75, 153, 162, 166, 233, 242 Price, Allen: 51, 60, 224 Pritchard, Debbie: 60, 154 Quinney, Dot: 87, 153, 179, 185 Quinton, Timothy: 60, 197 Raeber, Lisa: 18, 80, 184 Rainey, Steven J.: 88, 191, 208 Raley, Kim: 16, 71 , 162, 164, 249 Ramirez, JoAnn: 88, 178 Ramirez, Joe: 71, 185, 195, 196 Ramirez, Josie: 88, 184, 186 b Ramirez, Ricky: 71, 139, 153, 162, 163, 271 Ramirez, Victor: 60, 27 8 Ramos, Ramon: 80, 142 Ramos, Ray: 80 Rasmussen, Chris: 71 , 185 Reagan, Gene: 80, 82, 155, 188, 189, 206 Reagan, Jan: 53, 88, 153, 179 Reed, Christie: 6, 71 , 174, 175, 200, 201 Reed, Loretta: 53, 84, 88, 113, 115, 117, 127, 134 135, 179, 272 Remschel, Natalie: 7, 9, 19, 52, 71 , 140, 146, 147 Reyes, Ofelia Richardson, Cary: 71 , 174 Richardson, David: 80 Richmond, Bill: 80, 146, 147, 153, 171, 173, 184 ' Richter, Alfred: 71 Richter, Barbara: 80, 179 Richter, Debbie: 88, 179 Richter, Linda: 80 Richter, Patricia: 60, 150, 162, 165, 167, 168, 170 Riedel, Kelly ' Rioias, Fabian: 88 Rioios, Rosemary: 80 Rivera, Bettie Rivera, Florence: 88 Rivera, Mickey: 60, 174 Rivera, Richard: 88, 208 Rivera, Richard J.: 19, 60 Robinson, Deborah: 80, 179 Robinson, Roxie: 60, 174, 231, 279 Rodriguez, Andrew: 88, 153, 160, 208 Rodriguez, Dennis: 88, 191 Rodriguez, Grace: 72 ' Rodriguez, Julia: 5, 9, 18, 60, 156, 159, 160, 161, 200 Rodriguez, Julia Gs: 80 Rodriguez, Peggy Rodriguez, Ruth: 88, 160,1178, 194, 200 Rodriguez, Tim: 21, 88 Rodriguez, Yvonne: 44, 81 , 179 Rose, Robert: 72, 188 Ruddock, Jeff: 51, 72 Salas, Adele: 72, 160 Salazar, Danny: 88, 191, 208, 222 Salazar, Rocky Sampleton, Betty: 60 Sampleton, Eli: 24, 60, 174, 269 Sampleton, Haywood: 88 Sampleton, Robert: 72 S Sanders, Cindy: 5, 9, 72, 153, 156, 159, 200 Sanders, Mike: 88 Sanders, Steve: 60 Sanfillippo, Mike: 88, 184, 208 Schellenberg, Debbie: 36, 72, 150, 184 Schellhase, James: 52, 72, 144, 145, 150, 166, 185, 255 Schellhase, Sharon: 6, 14, 60, 153, 185,255 Schmidt, Henry: 21, 60, 66, 188, 246 1 Scholton, Sandra Schomburg, Matt: 88, 191, 208 Schuler, James: 88, 191, 208 Schuler, Karen: 81 , 179, 200 Schultz, Diana: 16, 41, 88, 194, 200 Scott, Clarence: 24, 81 , 142 ' Scott, David: 72, 142 Scott, Diane: 17, 61 , 1740, 178, 180 Scott, Dorothy: 88, 178, '179,:181, 184 ' Scott, Louis: 17, 72, 130, 131, 153, 176, 206, 210, 214, ,220, 227 ' . , Seger, Debbie: 13, 39, 61, 66, 153, 154, 162, 163, 1 169, 170 J Seidel, Kristie: 88, 153, 200 1 Seitz, Dean: 72, 197 Selzer, June: 72, 168 - Sepulveda, Mary Ann: 72 Shanklin, Kevin: 72, 75, 176, 204, 223 Shannon, Clay: 72 Shannon, Pat: 81 , 179 Shelton, Tim: 88 1 Shock, Gary: 61 , 188, 241 Q Short, Debbie: 72 ' ,' Shuler, Lori: 52,'81, 83, 113, 127, 132, 133, 148, 141 171,184,185, 236 ' Sievers, Larry: 61 , 153 - Simmons, Brenda: 61 , 174, 247 Simmons, Walter: 88, 153, 191 11 Simmons, Wanda: 72, 153, 174, 231, 261 ji Simoer, Beverly: 88, 146, 153, 194, 200, 202, 262 1 Simper, Debbie: 72, 73, 262 K 1 Simper, Michael: 81 , 188 ' Sirildo, Gloria: 88 Smith, Alvin: 88, 191, 208 I Smith, Curtis: 81 3 Smith, Danny: 88, 148, 184 Smith, Darleen: 88, 148, 179, 185 j Smith, David: 81 1 Smith, Debra: 81 , 179, 200 J smafh, Donald: 72, 195 - ! Smith, James: 24, 72, 142 Smith, James: 81 , 188 r Smith, Kenneth: 81 1 Smith, Loy: 81, 148, 171, 184 ' smafh, MCfS1'l011:33, 53, 61 , 66, 122, 126, 166, 182,1 184, 280 " : 1 3 Smith, Patty: 5, 9,18, 23, 52, 61,1l2,113,118,12C1 126,137,150,151,156,157,158,165, 200, 2021 21 1, 246 Q Smith, Raymond: 81, 188 1 Smith, Rebecca: 61 , 180 1 1 Smith, Robert: 81 1 Smith, Rosie: 72, 184 f Smith,'ShirIey: 72 Smith, Shirley J.: 88 1 Sommerlate, Tim: 61 ' Sonsel, Dennis: 81, 185, 191 I 1 Soto, Freddy: 72, 148, 167, 171, 172, 173, 184 2 i Soto, Rachel: 88, 127, 134, 135, 153, 185 I Spahn, Janelle: 88, 148, 179, 184 'gi Spahn, Patricia: 61 , 67, 168, 180 :- spqhn, Rex: 52, 72, 176, 184, 185, 204 : 1 Staton, Cathy: 61 , 174, 282 Staton, Charles: 88, 191 Y Staton, Judy: 72 Staton, Lesli: 72, 153, 162 1 1 1 1 Stefinsky, Berny: 88, 179, 184, 252 A V Steen, Elroy: 76, 81, 127, 132, 133, 137, 153, 176, 188,203,204,205,213,215,217,219 fe Steen, Glenda: 14, 17, 18,61, 1 12, 113, 1 15, 1 17, lf 127,128,129,178,180,181,184,186,187,21i Steemer, David E s:6v6n, Tam: 72 1 2 simon, G6ry: 81 , 184, 185, 188, 233 Sutton, Linda: 81 Svoboda, Mike: 81, 188 A 1616, oemig 51, 72, 168 Tate, Sylvia: 61 , 280 N, : Taylor, Arlene: 81, 178 Taylor, Charles: 24, 73, 142 Taylor, Diana: 53, 61 , 168, 247 Tesch, Randy: 81, 189 Thansheiser, Richard: 81 Thorp, Richard: 81 Thibodaux, Donnie: 70, 73, 188 Thibodaux, Robin: 81, 153, 188 Tieken, Rosemary: 14, 21, 73, 75, 153, 166, 184 Tieken, Wesley: 9, 27, 88, 153 Tomas, Dianah: 73 Tomas, Johnny: 82, 188 Tomas, Patti: 17, 52, 54, 61, 113, 115, 117, 122, 123, 174, 175, 184, 185, 188, 269, 272 Tomas, Randall: 73, 185, 191 Torres, Alice: 73 Torres, Jesse: 82 Torres, Rueben: 73 Tovar, Carmen: 82, 148, 185 Tumblinson, Brenda: 61 ,-277 Valdez, David: 82, 160 Valenta, Brenda: 82, 179 Valenta, Jackie: 87, 88, 184 Valenta, Sue: 73 Valle, Rosa Valle, Santos: 82 Vana, Karen: 53, 88, 179, 184 Venegas, Frances: 1.8, 62, 113, 1 15, 117, 140, 168, 178, 180, 272 Venegas, Frank: 73, 176, 195, 206, 220 Venegas, Freddie: 88, 208 Vega, Santos: 82, 171 Vercher, Paul: 62 Vickers, James: 88, 191, 208 Villareal, Edward: 82 1 Villareal, Rubin: 82, 153 Villasana, Ray: 39, 76, 79, 82, 185 Voight, Doris: 62, 150, 151, 180 ' Vollentine, Sandy: 5, 6, 21, 62, 66, 1 13, 126, 146, 154, 157, 196 A , Vyviala, Cindy: 52, 62, 121, 124, 146, 147, 153, 165, 167, 171,173,184 Walker, Cecil: 82, 188 Walker, Debra: 82, 140 Walker, Larry: 82, 144, 145 Walker, Randy: 62, 124, 144, 145, 165, 167 Walker, Ricky: 62, 66, 153, 188, 240 Walker, Patricia: 73, 178, 180 Walker, Wiley: 56, 62, 174 Walshak, David: B. Jr.: 52, 88, 89, 144, 171, 184, 186, 208, 224 Walshak, Ronette: 73, 166, 184, 187 Walthall, Annette: 13, 72, 73, 153, 180, 181 Walton, Randy: 17, 47, 73, 148, 176, 188, 215, 217, 218, 237 Washington, Daniel: 82 Watt, Christina: 62, 140, 146, 147, 162, 275, 282 Watts, Bobby: 73, 144, 145 Webb, Kenneth: 17, 62, 176, 202, 204, 207, 213, 214, 215,216,218,229,237 - Webb, Michael: 17, 68, 7 3, 74, 153, 176, 204, 214 Wehlman, Judy: 7, 14, 21, 76, 82, 153, 154, 193, 220, 262 Whiddon, Dell: 5, 62, 188 Whiddon, Kathy: 74, 174, 265 White, Donald: 56, 62, 142 White, Fannie: 74 White, Paul: 24, 74, 142 . White, Richard: 74, 142 Whitehead, Pat: 88, 185, 191, 208, 226 Wienecke, Marilee: 74, 148, 149, 200, 201 Wiley, Elizabeth: 62, 174 ' Wiley, Susan: 74, 250 Wilke, Andrew: 74, 188, 190, 195 Wilkerson, Harlen: 88, 191, 192, 208, 226 Wilkerson, Jessica: 88, 153, 1 84 Wilkerson, John: 74, 153, 176, 188, 204,' -208, 209, 213, 237 . Wilkinson, Phil: 82, 83, 184 Williams, Donald: 74, 142 Williams, Evel: 74, 195 , Williams, Lorine: 74 Williamson, Cathy: 14, 20, 82, 153 Windwehen, Cathy: 62, 174, 175 Winegeart, Phyllis: 82, 148, 149, 184, 186, 187 Wirtz, Diann: 88 Wishert, Larry: 82, 188 Witt, Monie Kay: 6, 62, 153 Wood, Linda: 52, 74, 150, 153, 182, 184, 187 Wootton, Allyson: 5, 9, 1'9, 51, 68, 74, 156, 157, 158 21 1, 281 Wootton, Butch: 5, 62, 83, 188 Wright, Kenneth: 88, 184, 208 Wright, Roy: 167, 188 Wyatt, Donna: 88, 148, 184, 186, 187 Young, Taylor: 88, 191, 208 Zambrano, Carney: 76, 82, 185, 206 Zella, Mike: 74 Zertuchve, Johnny: 24, 54, 62, 67, 1 12, 1 13, 1 15, 1 17, 125, 127, 128, 129, 160, 161, 171, 172,272 Zumwalt, Glenn D.: 88, 191 Zumwalt, Harvey: 20, 74, 188 Zumwalt, Keith: 82, 188 i w avg, .7 5 .1 N 4 firm: ' I. , . W-M" fwwgg, H ww, ,V ,,.. . ' a Gy Jw I 4 , .K . in- ' .JL 'V , a H 9 ' - Vw, X xl u fi ' 5,15 - , K, 4 ag X .rin ' " . A ! 1' i"'t",,l mr. 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