Hall High School - Warrior Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1975
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Students could be found throughout the
city representing Hall in various ways.
They used their talents, hobbies, and iobs
to offer a break from school and to pro-
vide a variety to their out of class sched-
Many students held iobs in restaurants,
department stores or offices, while others
could be found perfecting their talents for
Camping and hiking became the pas-
time of many students who were interested
in the outdoors. Still others would get
together with their friends iust to have a
Regardless of what each student was
doing, it is assured they were representing
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Colleen Moorman and Holly Hatcher help teach Girl Scouts.
Jeff Diner acts os patient to Dottie Moorhead.
David Elms assists customers in catalog department,
Seniors of Immanuel Baptist Church with their pcstor, Dr. W. O. Vcught Jr.
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Debbie Scott learns secretarial skills. Carolyn Carter assists Dana Abraham in a gymnastic class.
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Cathy Hall works as gas station attendant.
Nadine Main waits on Paul Glasscack at Penney's.
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M uch Variegf
Assemblies this year ranged from inspi-
rational to well-spirited. They provided the
student body a chance to assemble as one
The Thanksgiving assembly reached a
climax when the Hallmarks and the band
performed an arrangement of "The Battle
Hymn of the Republic." The arrangement
was well received. Both the choir and the
band performed again in the Christmas
Pep assemblies had a different perspec-
tive. There was an excitement from the
balcony that inspired the iuniors and sen-
iors. The sophomores came to Hall with the
pep that was needed to make the audi-
ences come alive. lt worked, andthe pep
assemblies became spirited for the first
time in three years.
"That's another mark against her."
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Hazel Becker was crowned Hall's six-
teenth Homecoming Queen in a ceremony
preceding the Warriors' 23-O victory over
the El Dorado Wildcats, November 22, at
The football team nominated thirty girls
for the court who were then voted on by
the student body. The fifteen finalists were
presented to the students in an assembly
the morning of the Homecoming game by
members of the football team.
Escorted by Arthur Pruitt, student body
vice-president, and Paul Doramus, senior
class president, Queen Hazel was
crowned by Mr. Weldon Faulk, principal,
and presented a bouquet by student body
president, Kenneth Baker. Other members
of the court were escorted by members of
the Key Club.
Senior members of the court were
Donna Kirkpatrick, Lynn Lusby, Laura Bur-
ford, .loan Hogg, Sundra Pigg, Felicia Car-
rigan, Joyce Harris, and Kathy Moore.
Juniors included Hazel Cummins, Debo-
rah Brown, and Carol Warner. Sopho-
mores were Julie Dillahunty, Valerie Fells,
Melba Palmer, and Terri Scott.
Heod Kluck of work. "I wish I was on the oiher end
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"Fifties Day," on the Friday before the
Thanksgiving holidays, brought flannel
skirts, bobbie socks, and greased hair
back to the corridors of Hall.
A "Fifties" pep assembly was held in
preparation for the annual game with Cen-
tral on Turkey Day.
The Future Business Leaders of America
sponsored a food drive for needy families
through the first period classes. The class
with the best decorated basket was
announced at the assembly.
Another tradition was added to the long
list of those that go along with the Turkey
Day Game. A railroad bell was donated
by Mr. H. N. Coonley to be given to the
winner of the Hall-Central game each
"The 'B's' for bum."
"I wonder where he got that kiss?'
"I think my rubber band iust popped!
Sponsored by SCOTT'S COOKBOOK
"I'm iool, I'm1he FonzI"
You dress up and we'II meet ya there!"
Sponsored by U.S. ARMY RECRUITING
"The name's Joe Cool!
"Just call me Cowboy."
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"We're holding up the wall!" "You've goi to be kidding!"
Compliments of PERKY 81 HURLS
"WaIk o mile in my shoes."
"My blow dryer went hoy wire."
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For the fourth year, students who have
won recognition for their involvement and
achievement in campus, city and state-
wide activities have been included in "The
Famous of Hall."
Thirty students have been selected as
worthy of inclusion by the Warrior Staff.
Scholarship, citizenship, leadership, and
involvement were the qualifications on
which the selections were based.
ARTHUR PRUITT, a recipient of the KLRA Youth Lead-
ership Award, was vice-president of the student
body, and secretary of the Key Club. He was a mem-
ber of Mu Alpha Theta and Science Club.
LEIGH ANN HESTERLY, who received the Vassar
Book Award, was vice-president of the National
Honor Society, president of the Cheer-o-kee Club,
and a delegate to Girls' State.
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PAUL DORAMUS, the Arkansas March of Dimes
Youth Chairman, was the Senior Class President and
a member of the Key Club. He was also the FBLA
State Porliamentarian, a member of Young Demo-
crats, and Speaker of the House at the I974 State
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LlSA TREITMAN, Hall's Betty Crocker Search for
Leadership in Family Living Contest winner, was a
member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club,
Keyettes, Spanish Club, and Young Democrats.
HAZEL BECKER, recipient of the DAR Citizenship
Award, was secretary of Keyettes, treasurer of Beta
Club, and a member of the National Honor Society.
She was the 1974-75 Homecoming Queen.
PHIL POUNDERS, the Keyette Beau, was a member
of Key Club and Mu Alpha Theta. He was a 2-year
letterman in football and a member ofthe Senior Gift
KIMBERLY PETERSON, who won first place in the
National Room Revival Designing Contest sponsored
by Co-Ed magazine, was historian of Y-Teens and co-
captain ofthe Reserve Cheerleaders.
KATHY TOLL, Hall's Junior Miss and Second Runner-
up in the i975 Arkansas State Junior Miss Pageant,
was assistant editor of the WARRIOR, a member of
Keyettes, Pep Club, and Cheer-o-kee Club.
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EADIE DIETZ, who was selected by the AFS Program
to live and study in Brazil, was vice-president of
French Club, secretary of Beta Club, and a member
ofthe Warrior Band. She was a member of AFS, the
National Honor Society, the WARRIOR Staff, and
Hall's tennis team.
GEORGE RICHARDSON was awarded the 1974 Bob
Weddle Award given annually by the Robert Weddle
family to the iunior boy deemed outstanding in both
athletics and academics. This award is given in mem-
ory of Bob Weddle, a member ofthe 1969 and 1970
Warrior football teams. George Richardson partici-
pated in track, was a 3-year letterman in football,
and a member ofthe Arkansas Gazette Superteam.
MARY BETH FITZGERALD, recipient of the Danforth
Leadership Award, was a 1974 graduate of Hall.
RUSSELL GEIGER, recipient of the Danforth Leader-
ship Award, was a 1974 graduate of Hall.
ALL-STATE CHOIR: BEN MOODY and JEFF CORNEL-
George Richardson Mary Beth Fitzgerald Russell Geiger
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ALL-STATE BAND: Bock row: Beverly Adams, Sara
Wold, Nancy Hatzfeld. Front row: Suzanne Baroody,
Joni Taylor, Arthur Pruitt, Alan Douglas.
SPEECH WINNERS: Adrienne Brown, poetry, Alex
Herman, solo acting, Francesca Roberts, acting, Pam
Steward, prepared speaking.
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BAND AWARDS: JONI TAYLOR and DAVID HAMIL-
TON. .loni Taylor was president of the Warrior Band,
co-editor of the INKWELL, and a member of the
National Honor Society. David Hamilton was a mem'
ber of the Warrior Band, French Club, and Mu Alpha
KATHY RIFFEL, editor of the WAR WHOOP for two
years, was president of Quill and Scroll. It was under
her leadership that the WAR WHOOP was increased
from 6 to 8 pages. She was a member ofthe
National Honor Society, Beta Club, and Keyettes.
ANDY CHASE, winner ofthe High School Award pre-
sented by the Poets' Roundtable of Arkansas, was
manager of the stage crew, art editor of the INK-
WELL, and a member of the soccer team.
DONNA KIRKPATRICK, the winner of the World's
Ideal Miss title, was captain of the Reserve Cheer-
leaders and a Varsity Cheerleader. She was a mem-
ber of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club,
FBLA, AFS, and a member of the Homecoming Court
for three years.
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Act In Plays
"Flight into Danger" by Arthur Hailey
was presented in the auditorium by Mrs.
John Stuckey's drama class on February
The play was adapted from the film
ZERO HOUR. The play involved a calamity
inside the plane which put passengers and
crew in danger.
Mrs. John Stuckey directed "Flight into
Danger." Laura Bushman served as techni-
Cast members included Tommy Addis,
Wally Moore, Donna Campbell, Alex Her-
man, Ruby Cribbs, Tim Hampton, Vikki
Besser, Francesca Roberts, Harriet Burdick,
Andrea Nelson, Paul Nance, Laura Bush-
man, Becky Pfleegor, Roslyn Ivy, Andrea
Baker, Ronda Paschal, Kim Williams,
Noveta Sparks, and Raymond Faison.
"Harvey" was the senior class play. It
was presented March 19 and 20 by drama
students and the Hall Harlequins. Mrs.
Stuckey directed the three-act comedy by
Mary Chase. Francesca Roberts was the
student director and Carlton Miller was the
Cast members included Ronda Paschal,
Becky Pfleegor, Tim Fox, Janet Harris,
Karen Lewis, Donna Campbell, Mike Wil-
liams, Wally Moore, Tim Hampton, Paul
Nance, and Mark Riley.
Drama students perform in "Flight into Danger."
Sponsored by PULASKI COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATS
National Merit Finalists
Accepts l2,' F
Twelve students were graduated from
Hall last year with Cum Laude honors. To
qualify as a Cum Laude graduate, a stu-
dent must have had at least l8 semester
A's upon graduation.
Students qualifying for the National
Merit Finals were John Stanley, Cathy
Baker, Bruce Douglas, Bob Fisher, Eugene
Richard, Tim Fox, Cato Ealy, Jean Feild,
and Luke Crawford.
The finalists were the highest scorers in
each state on the 1973 PSAT!Naticnal
Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, admin-
istered to over one million students in
about 17,000 high school nationwide.
Pattie Boggess Patti Dillahunty
Peggy Finnegan John Jaco
Betsy Rand Rebecca Stiles
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Eno' f Year
The class of '75 saw the closing of the
'74-'75 school year as an end to a way of
life they had known for I2 years.
Many seniors planned to attend the col-
lege of their choice and continue their edu-
cation. Others decided to enter the busi-
The senior class elected Paul Doramus
as their president, Ronnie Hill, vice-presi-
dent, and Brenda Kinnaman, secretary.
Class activities included a spaghetti sup-
per held in the fall to raise money for the
Senior class sponsors were Mrs. Roy
Taylor, Miss Angela Maynard, and Mr.
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LEWIS KREPS, BOB FISHER. Above: ROBERT MUR-
PHY, LAURIE LYNN. Righh DAVID HAMILTON.
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Under the leadership of the president,
Kenneth Baker, the Student Council organ-
ized many traditional activities and some
special proiects. As usual, the Council pro-
moted school spirit by selling ribbons, but-
tons and license plates.
They sponsored a door decoration con-
test and a float contest for the homecom-
ing game. The Council also presented skits
at pep assemblies and the pep breakfast.
They won several awards for the year,
most notable of which was the J. M. Cook
Trophy in the City Beautiful Contest.
Two Saturdays were spent by members
in clearing the student parking lot of silt
and trash. Also, members published the
student directory and provided a tele-
phone call to Wales as a Christmas gift to
Hall's foreign exchange student. The
Council sponsored the Multiple Sclerosis
drive by showing films to the physical edu-
cation classes on the importance of the dis-
ease, and encouraged everyone to con-
To get more students involved in the
school, the Student Council placed sugges-
tion boxes in various locations throughout
the building so that students would have
an effective means of giving ideas, sug-
gestions and criticisms.
Student body officers were also mem-
bers of the Principal's Cabinet, an organi-
zation dedicated to serving the needs of
the student body. lt was made up of the
Council sponsors, the vice-principals, and
the principal. The primary goal of the cabi-
net was to provide a good means of com-
munication between students andthe
administration. Many suggestions that
were presented to the Cabinet became
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Leigh Ann Brown
Media Ann Wilkins
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Opposite tap: BETA CLUB OFFICERS: JEAN FEILD,
secretary, EADIE DIETZ, secretary, HAZEL BECKER,
treasurer, JAN DINER, first vice-president, JOHN
STANLEY, president, DANA ABRAHAM, second vice-
president. Right: NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFI-
CERS: JAN DINER, secretoryg BRUCE DOUGLAS,
treasurer, LEIGH ANN HESTERLY, vice-president,
EUGENE RICHARD, president.
The National Honor Society was cre-
ated to honor students who have merited
excellence in areas of scholarship, leader-
ship, and achievement.
The care of bulletin boards andthe
upkeep of the paperback book rack in the
library kept the club busy throughout the
The NHS has given a gift to the school
each year. Gifts in recent years have
included money for the auditorium, a
paperback book rack in the library, direct
office buzzer from zone 6 lounge, and the
hall bulletin board.
Several NHS members took part in the
Peer Tutoring program. The Society
inducted 88 new members in an assembly
"Why am I here? Today is a Jewish holiday!
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Each year the Beta Club sponsors serv-
ice proiects for the community or the
school. In the past, members of the club
have sponsored tutoring proiects for the
school and have held Christmas parties for
nursing homes and day care centers. This
year, members collected toys and candy
for the children at the Woodlawn Thera-
peutic Day Care Center during the three
weeks between Thanksgiving and Christ-
Members participated in the Peer Tutor-
ing program, which was designed for
pupils to assist their fellow students who
needed extra help in certain subjects.
ln January, several members of the Beta
Club attended the statewide convention at
the Camelot Inn, where they met members
from other Beta Clubs from around the
Opposite: HALL Y-TEEN OFFICERS: MARY KAY
LOSS, treasurer: BARBI RICHARDSON, secretary:
KIM PETERSON, historian: ALLYCE RICE, senior host-
ess: JEANNE STOREY, president: MARY FELL, iunior
hostess, CONNIE WOODRUFF, social chairman:
VALERIE VINSANT, vice-president.
CITY Y-TEEN OFFICERS: JULIE DILLAHUNTY, trea-
surer, TERRI SCOTT, vice-president, SHERRIE
BROWN, senior hostess. Right: INTER-RACIAL CLUB
OFFICERS: LINDA BEDFORD, ROGER COBB, MARY
BUSH, KATHY MOORE, JENNIFER READ, LYNETTE
PALMER, delegates of the city bi-racial council,
KATHY MOORE, HaIl's chairman.
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Six members of Hall's Inter-Racial Club
belonged to the city Bi-Racial Council.
These members proposed plans to bring
about racial togetherness and submitted
them first to the members of Hall's chapter
and then to the city council. Proposed
plans were discussed and voted on.
Whenever a problem arose between
races in the school or community, members
of the club discussed the problem and pro-
Kathy Moore served as chairman of
Hall's Inter-Racial chapter. Mrs. Mark
Smith sponsored the club.
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As a branch of the Young Women's
Christian Association, the Y-Teen Club
offered its service to individuals and the
community through various proiects.
Members acted as "big sisters" for
underprivileged children by taking them on
outings during the weekends.
They sold calendars, went Christmas
caroling at the State Hospital, and partici-
pated in the World Fellowship program
held annually for Y-Teens. The Mid-Winter
dance was held to select city officers dur-
During this past year, Terri Scott served
as cityewide vice-president and Julie Dilla-
hunty acted as city-wide treasurer.
Mrs. Sharon Taylor sponsored Hall's Y-
Teens and Jeanne Storey was president.
Along with the Key Club, the Kachinas
helped sponsor homecoming for their first
major project of the year. This involved the
election of the queen and her court, the
purchasing of flowers, and general promo-
tion ofthe dance.
New headbands were made for mem-
bers ofthe court by a few ofthe girls.
Kachinas also served as hostesses for
the annual football banquet, which was
held in December.
Favors were made and given to children
in the hospital on Valentine's Day.
A spring picnic in April was attended by
the members of Kachinas.
Below: KACHINA OFFICERS: PATRICIA OLIVER, sec-
retary, COLLEEN MOORMAN, treasurer, MELISSA
MULLINS, vice-president, RAVONDA WILSON, pres-
"Would you please come out from under my deskI"
Sponsored by KACHINAS
Laura Burfard - 1975 Key Club Sweetheart
Hall's "gay" crew.
Sponsored by KEY CLUB
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During the year, the Key Club took on
many activities. For their first proiect, they
co-sponsored the homecoming festivities.
The band, GILBRALTER, was selected to
play for the dance held after the game.
The club also provided escorts for the
This year, instead of providing a calen-
dar, members selected one girl to become
their club sweetheart. Laura Burford was
chosen for this title.
The basketball and track schedules for
the year were sponsored by the club, and
members aided the Christmas Seals pro-
gram. Blood was donated to the Red Cross
by a few of the members, and sad faces
were turned into huge smiles as members
visited the Children's Hospital for Christ-
Doug Parrish served as president of
Hall's chapter of Key Club.
Mr. Charles Thompson was the club
Left: KEY CLUB OFFICERS: MIKE SCOTT, vice-presi-
dent, ARTHUR PRUITT, secretary, KENT HARRY, trea-
surer, DOUG PARRISH, president,
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As a non-denominational group, the
Chapel Club was designed to help and
support their fellow members on campus.
There were no dues, no officers, no roll
and no announcements in the bulletin
about the meetings.
Meetings were spontaneous and the
members sang and discussed the Bible.
The students volunteered to speak at meet-
At each of the meetings a prayer
request was filled out and each student
took one. Then during the week each per-
son prayed for the person on his or her
During faculty week, the names of the
faculty were put into the box. Each mem-
ber took one and did something for that
teacher during the week. For example,
some put a Christmas card in the teacher's
box or helped the teacher in some way.
The faculty members attending the
meetings were Mrs. Gordon Fendley and
Mrs. John Short.
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During the summer, Keyettes held a
clothing drive and collected clothes from
all over the city and then distributed the
articles to the needy people of Little Rock.
At Christmas, club members carried on
the Christmas spirit and gave the children
at the Methodist Children's Home a party.
Keyettes sold their annual pom-poms to
promote spirit and also to raise money for
their various activities during the year.
As in previous years, the Keyette Beau
was selected by the members and
awarded a gift certificate.
Keyettes met in Room 605 on the sec-
ond and fourth Mondays of every month.
Miss Angela Maynard was the faculty
Left, KEYETTE OFFICERS, Back row, BECKY BELL, sen-
ior representative, RISA BUZBEE, treasurer, CHERYL
CONRAD, chaplain, DEBBIE DUDLEY, corresponding
secretary. Front row, HAZEI. BECKER, recording sec-
retary, JEAN FEILD, president, KIM BLAES, iunior rep-
resentative, LINDA CAPRIOTTI, sergeant-at-arms.
Speakers were a highlight of Mu Alpha
Theta meetings this year.
A representative of Arkansas Power
and Light Company discussed the efforts
of AP8rL to meet the growing energy
needs of Arkansas, and talked about the
new nuclear power plant in Russellville.
A Bell Telephone Company representa-
tive presented a program with a talk-dis-
cussion of lasers, a demonstration of a
small laser, and a holograph display. The
club also heard a speaker from Alcoa Alu-
Four members attended the National
Math Club Convention last summer in Fay-
etteville. Former Astronaut Walter Cun-
ningham was one of the speakers at the
five day meeting.
An induction of members was held in
May in addition to the annual picnic.
For the first time in two years certificates
and membership cards were presented to
Opposite bottom: YOUNG DEMOCRATS OFFICERS:
DORCY KYLE, inter-club council, BRAD DINER, presi-
dent, JENNIFER READ, secretary. Not pictured:
MARY WHITE, vice-president. MU ALPHA THETA
OFFICERS: DANA ABRAHAM, vice-president, CATO
EALY, president, BRENDA KINNAMAN, secretary.
Not pictured: PATRICIA LEWANDOSKI, treasurer.
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Young Democrats began the year by
analyzing the November election. They
discussed the chances of the candidates
and the ratification of the proposed
Together with the Government classes
Young Democrats wrote a letter to Rep.
Wilbur D. Mills expressing their opinions
after his involvement in the Tidal Basin inci-
dent. The maiority ofthe group felt that he
should stay in Congress but should resign
his chairmanship of the House Ways and
State Rep. Bill Beaumont and Vice-
Mayor Les Hollingsworth were two of the
prominent political figures that spoke to
the club during the year.
Club meetings were the first Friday of
each month and were sponsored by Mrs.
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For the third year the Student Recrea-
tion Association offered students the
opportunity to learn and improve their
skills in games such as chess and bridge.
Lessons were given to beginners and
advanced players worked on improving
Students interested in playing soccer
were also members of SRA. They practiced
before and after school and played other:
soccer teams in the city on the weekends.
No formal meetings were held or dues
collected. Time was spent playing and
enioying the games.
Meetings were every Monday morning.
Club sponsors were Mr. John D. Williams,
Mr. John Diesel, and Mr. Frank Kent.
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N .P. Meeting
Political issues were a main topic of dis-
cussion at the New Party meetings.
Emphasis was placed on presenting differ-
ent aspects of the political system and giv-
ing the members a wide variety of political
ideas and viewpoints.
Several speakers addressed the club
concerning current political issues as well
as possible solutions to social problems.
Members discussed the importance of
each political party and the role that it
plays in the present system.
City, county, state, and national govern-
ment set ups were also discussed and com-
pared for efficiency.
New Party met on the first Tuesday of
each month. Club sponsor was Mr. A. T.
Opposite above: SRA OFFICERS: JOHN HOWELL,
soph. representative, MIMI YOUNG, secretory, JAY
LUCAS, president, PATRICE MURPHY, treasurer:
PHILIP PEACOCK, vice-president. Opposite bottom:
NEW PARTY OFFICERS: DAPHNE WEAVER, secre-
tary: GREG SHELTON, president, KAREN HOOKS,
vice-president. Above: BOYS' STATE: SIDNEY MON-
CRIEF, BILL WEDDLE, BOB HENRY, TOMMY TAPLEY,
TIM FOX. GIRLS' STATE: SANDRA DEVLIN,
June found Camp Robinson filled with
delegates to Boys' State and Girls' State.
Five boys and nine girls from Hall attended
the annual events sponsored by the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary.
Delegates learned about the country's
political system and participated in mock
election procedures for city, state, and
Several speakers from various profes-
sions spoke to the delegates on political
topics. The speakers included Governor
Dale Bumpers, Lieutenant Governor Bob
Riley, Joe Purcell, David Pryor, and Dr.
Each day began at 7 a.m. with a flag
ceremony followed by political meetings
of city caucuses which led to the state can-
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SHARON DEVLIN, LINDA FRAZIER, LAURIE LYNN.
Not pictured: CHRIS CURLEY, JEAN FEILD, LEIGH
ANN HESTERLY, KATHY MOORE, and SANDRA
Sponsored by PHOTO SHOP, PARK PLAZA
Club A ct As
As its first proiect of the year Future
Teachers of America sponsored a Christ-
mas Post-Office. Students bought Christ-
mas cards and FTA members delivered
them on the Friday before the Christmas
National FTA week was observed in
March. Each day was filled with an event
concerning the roles of present and future
As in previous years, FTA members went
to various schools of their choice through-
out the city to assist teachers for one day.
FTA members also worked for teachers
during semester test week.
In May a social gathering was held with
Parkview's FTA chapter marking the end of
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"Are you sure it says one bat wing?"
Opposite page: FTA OFFICERS: PAMELA MAR-
SHALL, secretary, SANDRA REED, vice-president,
HERYL COLCLOUGH, president. Above: FHA OFFI-
CERS: PHYLLIS MARSHALL, president: GWEN POR-
ER, first vice-president: DIANE MCGEE, iunior repre-
sentative, BEVERLY MITCHELL, secretary, PHYLLIS
SCOTT, new reporter. Not pictured: LINDA LIPKINS,
second vice-president: SHERYL COLCLOUGH, trea-
surer, LINDA MOSS, club reporter.
Future Homemakers of America, a club
open to students interested in homemak-
ing, inducted its first male member this
The club observed National FHA week
February 9 through February I3. Each day
teachers and students received refresh-
ments, favors, or prizes.
To raise money for a banquet held dur-
ing spring break members sold cookbooks
composed of recipes from different Home
FHA members entered a float in the
homecoming parade in November and
decorated basketball players' lockers dur-
ing basketball season.
Club meetings were held twice a month.
Representatives were sent to the FHA Fed-
eration meeting in October, at Jackson-
ville, and to the State Home Ec. Conven-
tion, in March at Robinson Auditorium.
Sponsored by FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
In November, Future Business Leaders
of America sponsored free Sickle Cell Ane-
mia blood tests to students and teachers in
the auditorium. The proiect, initiated by
the FBLA March of Dimes Committee, was
done in coniunction with the Sickle Cell
FBLA members attended various con-
ventions and workshops. Delegations were
sent to the FBLA National Convention in
San Francisco, to the Southern Region
FBLA Conference in Lexington, Kentucky,
and to the District V FBLA Workshop at
Mills High School.
The LAWS Proiect, initiated during the
73-74 school year, received first place
honors for the "Most Original Proiect" at
the National Convention.
The club sponsored the annual Thanks-
giving baskets for needy families in
November. FBLA also decorated a float
for the homecoming parade and con-
ducted a paper recycling drive in honor of
"Did you ever try to gift wrap a car?" I
"That's no way to hold hands!"
Sponsored by FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
FBLA OFFICERS: JACK BYERS, vice-presidentg JOAN
HOGG, secretory, RENA LYNN, historian, BILL WED-
DLE, Ireosurerf TRICIA OLIVER, reporferg BECKY
ROWLETT, presideniy STEVE FIKE, purliameniarian.
Sponsored by CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE
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For the second year, Hall had two
bands. Besides the training group, which
met second period every day, there was a
performing concert band.
The concert band presented a Thanks-
giving program in coniunction with the
Hallmarks. For the finale, the Hallmarks
ioined the band in "The Battle Hymn of the
Individual band members participated in
the state solo and ensemble contest and
the All-Region and All-State clinics.
The band also played at all home foot-
ball games and most basketball games.
The Band Parents Club, organized to
support activities of the band, held their
annual fruit cake sale.
"I really wanted to play drums!
Sponsored by ARKANSAS DRIER SUPPLY
Below: BAND OFFICERS: JONI TAYLOR, presidenfg
DENISE PURTELL, secrefaryg DAVID HAMILTON,
vice-presidenfg DAVE LONG, drum major: SCOTT
EVANS, treasurerf ROBERT BURNHAM, librarian.
Sponsored by THE BALDWIN COMPANY
Per orms For
Led by a new director, Mr. Robert
Brack, the Hallmarks were an active per-
forming choir this year.
The Hallmarks and the Warrior Band
performed together at the Thanksgiving
assembly. The choir also presented their
annual Christmas and spring concerts.
The Honors Choir was invited to perform
at Dunbar and Forest Heights Junior High
Schools, and also Mount Pleasant Baptist
The Hallaires, the second period choir,
appeared as a performing group again
Several Hallmark members attended the
Central Arkansas District choir tryouts in
November. Those who qualified for the
District Choir were eligible for the State
Choir tryouts which were held later in the
Above: HALLMARK OFFICERS: Seated: FRANCIS
MANLEY, recording secretary, KIM EDWARDS,
accompanist. Standing: MIKE TSCHEIMER, president:
SANDY LANGSTON, treasurer: CINDY PORTER,
vice-president. Not pictured: PEGGY DODSON,
reporter. Right: KIM EDWARDS and EMMA SEARCY,
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Sponsored by LITTLE ROCK ABSTRACT COMPANY
Lee Ellen Mitchell
Hall Harlequin Players presented Har-
vey, a comedy, for the senior play prod-
uction. The club also enacted two one act
For the second consecutive year, the
cast was not restricted to seniors. Any stu-
dent who had previously taken a speech
or drama course was eligible to audition
for a part in the play.
Harlequin members made all props and
costumes for the production and helped in
Francesca Roberts, American Field Serv-
ice exchange student from Wales, served
as vice-president of the Harlequins. Senior
Laura Bushman was president.
Membership in the club was open to any
student with an interest in drama, regard-
less of grade level.
Meetings were held the third Monday of
The stage crew, sponsored by Mrs. Rob-
ert Bailey, performed various services dur-
ing the year.
They worked at all assemblies, at club
meetings held in the auditorium, and were
responsible for raising and lowering cur-
tains and adiusting sound the lighting
They also helped with the Arkansas
Opera Theater Production of Susannah,
which was presented in the Hall High Audi-
Crew members assisted in the evening
concerts which were presented by the
band and choir.
Senior Andy Chase served as stage
crew manager. He was responsible for
supervising members in the performance
of their duties. He held periodic meetings
to give instructions to the group.
Sponsored by JODY GUENTER PHOTOGRAPHY
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Sponsored by ART CLUB
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The Art Club added a special touch to
the Christmas season this year by sponsor-
ing a wreath contest.
Wreaths were fashioned by students
and attached to classroom doors. Cost
had to be kept to one dollar, and the club
offered a five dollar prize to stimulate
interest in the contest.
In addition, "Merry Christmas" signs
made by club members were put on each
Art club members worked on a perma-
nent exhibit for display in the gym. The
exhibit consisted of four paintings of Indi-
ans and their way of life.
Hall's mascot, Wahkendah, was given
his yearly coat of paint by the club mem-
Senior Keith Petersen served as the 74-
Opposite top: HALL HARLEQUIN OFFICERS: FRAN-
CESCA ROBERTS, vice-president, LAURA BUSHMAN,
president, TERRI ANDERSON, secretary, ANGELA
MOORE, treasurer. Opposite bottom: STAGE CREW,
top to bottom: WARNER HERMAN, JACK GREEN-
WOOD, PAM STEWARD, LYNN BURKS, TERRY
MOORE, LAZAR PALNICK, GLENN DINSMORE. Not
pictured: ANDY CHASE, stage manager, JONI TAY-
LOR, JIMMY HOPE. Above: ART CLUB OFFICERS:
KITTY GRASINGER, secretary, KEITH PETERSEN,
president, KRETH SlMMONS, vice-president.
Edited by Senior Kathy Riffel, the War
Whoop displayed an entirely new look this
Clearer pictures, fewer mistakes, and
finer paper quality were results of the new
offset printing equipment installed at Met-
ropolitan Vocational Technical Center.
Four staff members and their adviser
attended a high school iournalism work-
shop October 24 at the University of
Arkansas at Little Rock. Workshop ses-
sions included sports editing, column writ-
ing, and political Cartooning. The purpose
ofthe workshop was to expose students to
professional iournalists who had had
experience publishing a daily newspaper.
ln addition to the editor, other staff
members included Bill Nicholson, sports
editor, and Colvin Glasscock, who served
as photographer for both the War Whoop
and the Warrior.
ln April, staff members attended the
annual convention of the Arkansas High
School Press Associations.
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"Why did you do that?"
Sponsored by the WAR WHOOP
There's nothing like feeling refreshed in the morning!
Sponsored by QUILL AND SCROLL
ui!! and Scroll
Nine students who had done excep-
tional work in the field of journalism were
inducted into Quill and Scroll in February.
The new members were Becca Bram,
Jan Diner, Cato Ealy, Jeff Treece, Bill
McLeod, Bruce Douglas, Donna Stockton,
Eugene Richard, and Keith Parette.
Officers for Hall's chapter are Kathy Rif-
fel, president, and Bill Nicholson, vice-
The new inductees were all members of
the War Whoop staff, who had written at
least one hundred inches of copy.
Quill and Scroll is an International Hon-
orary Society for high school iournalists. A
student must be either a iunior or senior
and have a "B" average to be eligible for
In the spring, Warrior staff members
were inducted at the annual spring picnic.
Hall's chapter of Quill and Scroll was
established in I967. Meetings were held
the third Friday of every month in room
Top: QUILL AND SCROLL OFFICERS: KATHY RIFFEL,
president, BILL NICHOLSON, vice-president. Oppo-
site page: WAR WHOOP STAFF: Back row: JEFF
CARTER, CATO EALY, EUGENE RICHARD, KEITH
PARETTE, SID YOUNG, BRUCE DOUGLAS, JEFF
TREECE, BRENT FRANKS, BILL MCLEOD, TAL
THWEATT. Front row: KATHY RIFFEL, editor,
DONNA STOCKTON, JAN DINER, BECCA BRAM,
BILL WEDDLE, assistant sports editor, BILL NICHOL-
SON, sports editor, MACKIE GRASINGER.
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Opposite top: WARRIOR STAFF: Back row: TRICIA
OLIVER, KATHY TOLL, assistant editor, COLLEEN
MOORMAN, business manager, LINDSEY PERKO-
VICH, EADIE DIETZ, PORTIA PORTER, BILL SUNDER-
MANN, editor. Front row: CAROL HURLEY, JANET
BEADLE, JENNIFER READ, SHERRIE BROWN, JULIE
CALHOUN. Right: COLLEEN MOORMAN, business
manager, and JENNIFER READ, staff member, sell a
page sponsorship to Joe Spradley, owner of Ozark
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Sponsored by WARRIOR STAFF
Wins A ward
The I975 Warrior staff won first place
for photography detail among schools
with I000 or more students during a year-
book workshop held at UALR in July. Hall
was represented by six staff members and
Throughout the summer and early fall,
the Warrior staff sold page sponsorships.
The subscription drive was held in
November. Staff members set up tables in
the halls to sell annuals during the three
week subscription drive. Students had the
option of paying in full for an annual or
signing an agreement to make a down
payment and pay the balance later.
Three deadlines in December, February,
and March developed organization.
Mosaic style layouts were used for most of
New this year was the use of magazine
layout in the introduction and conclusion
of the annual.
The 9 by I2 inch, 256 page annual was
published by Taylor Publishing Company
of Dallas, Texas. The Warrior was pres-
ented to the student body in an assembly
Assisting Bill Sundermann, the editor,
was Kathy Toll. Colleen Moorman served
as business manager. The I2 member staff
was sponsored by Mrs. Tom Christie.
Trees S old Z0
Early in the school year, the lnkwell
staff organized a fund-raising campaign.
Fruit and shade trees were sold to raise
money to help pay for the publication of
Hall's literary magazine.
During the first semester, the staff was
involved with intensive study of poetry.
The second semester was spent studying
short stories in addition to organizing and
publishing the lnkwell. The lnkwell staff
iudged entries and chose selections for
The lnkwell was made up of original
compositions in the form of poetry, pho-
tography, essays, short stories, and art-
work submitted by Hall students and fac-
The lnkwell, which was scheduled for
publication on May I, was distributed to
the student body through the English
Mrs. Marion Green was the faculty
sponsor for the creative writing class.
Above: SCOTT PHILLIPS, editor, ANDREA NELSON,
JONI TAYLOR, assistant editors, ANDY CHASE, art
editor. Not pictured: KENNETH ODELL BAKER, assis-
"Do you know how to tie a bow?"
Sponsored by LEROY'S FLOWERS 8. GIFTS
H tems Others
The Red Cross was organized for the
purpose of helping others. This organiza-
. . tion provided opportunities to take part in
, the local activities of the American Red
Cross. Each homeroom was represented in
the Red Cross meetings.
ln the early fall, cookies were baked by
the home economics classes, packed in
cans by the Red Cross, and delivered to
Veterans Administration hospitals in the
Little Rock area. Cookies were also deliv-
ered to the blood donor building to be
served to blood donors.
In December, small packages of handy
items such as pencils and Kleenex were
wrapped and delivered to patients in Vet-
erans Administration hospitals.
Students and faculty participated in the
Senior Blood Day program in May.
Miss Nancy Popperfuss was faculty
sponsor for the Hall High School Red
Above: RED CROSS OFFICERS: JERRY COHEN, inter-
Club Councilg SUE LEROUX, secretary, DEBBIE KIRK-
PATRICK, vice-president, TOMMY TAPLEY, president.
The Science Club, along with the Sci-
ence and Survival classes, sponsored the
nature learning center in the woods behind
the school. The half-mile long trail was
engineered by the Soil Conservation Serv-
ice and was designed to minimize soil ero-
Rock dams were installed to form small
pools. Wheat, cotton, and oats were
planted in a corner of the property. A com-
post heap and a soil profile were features
of the proiect.
Plants native to Arkansas and various
other trees and shrubs were identified
along the trail.
At the twice-monthly meetings of the
Science Club, speakers and films were
often featured to promote scientific inter-
Mrs. R. N. Taylor, Mrs. Catherine Hamil-
ton, Mr. Charles Leverett, and Mrs. Dennis
Dance were the faculty sponsors of the
Above: SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: DAN HINCH,
president, PAUL NANCE, vice-president and secre-
tary, RICHARD LONG, program committee chairman.
But we dcn't want a new parking lot
Sponsored by RIVERSIDE MOTORS
I wish he wouldn ttalk so fast!"
Sponsored by WARD SUPPLY PRODUCTS
H istory Club
M oves I nio
Discussion of various topics during the
year enabled students to reach a better
understanding of our changing world. Top-
ics of discussion for the History Club
included the Cossacks, the American Indi-
ans, American economics, and Adolf Hit-
This is the second year that the History
Club has been organized. The club is com-
posed of students interested in current
events in addition to the history of the
A secretary was in charge of keeping
roll for the monthly meetings. There was a
revolving chairmanship, with different
members presiding over each meeting.
Any student interested in ioining the His-
tory Club was eligible for membership.
Mr. Sam Kent was the faculty sponsor
of the club.
Above: HISTORY CLUB OFFICERS: JOHN HOWELL,
MIMI YOUNG, recording secretary, JAY LUCAS,
PATRICE MURPHY, PHILIP PEACOCK.
Rosemary Vargas, an exchange student
from Bolivia, was one of the speakers for
the Spanish Club.
Learning more about Spanish speaking
peoples around the world was the main
obiective ofthe Spanish Club.
Speakers from various Spanish speak-
ing countries, slides, postcards, and Span-
ish foods were helpful in understanding
the cultures of Spain and Latin American
El Circulo Espanol met once a month
during the school year. Any Spanish lan-
guage student was eligible to ioin the club.
Mrs. LaVon Yepez and Mrs. John Short
were the faculty sponsors.
Above: SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Left to right: KIM
WALKER, program chairman, CATHY BALDRIDGE,
historian, CAROL MILLE, publicity chairman, SAN-
DRA SULLENGER, president, TRIP STRAUSS, vice-
president, MARK WILLIAMS, treasurer. Not pictured:
LISA TREITMAN, secretary.
Sponsored by SPANISH CLUB
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Sponsored by FRENCH CLUB
Learns A bout
C ustoms, Lje
Students from France, who are attend-
ing school in Little Rock, spoke to the
French Club concerning their life in France.
Among the speakers were Pasqual Teter-
noire, who attends Central, and Jacques
Pierini, a student at Parkview.
Photographs and postcards of their
country were helpful to students in visually
experiencing a different culture.
French Club participated in the Home-
coming activities by designing a float for
the parade. A Volkswagen was decorated
to represent a Frenchman.
In January, Tony Hopson spoke to the
French Club about various French wines
and cheeses. French Club members sam-
pled different cheeses at the meeting.
Any student enrolled in a French class
was eligible to ioin the French Club. Mme.
Marion Hulsey was the faculty sponsor.
Left: FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: SUZANNE
BAROODY, historiang LAZAR PALNICK, secretary-
treasurerg EADIE DIETZ, vice-president: CARLENE
I rtclust. Arts
The Industrial Arts Club participated in
several field trips around the city observ-
ing employment opportunities in the con-
One of the activities of the Industrial
Arts Club was to participate in the State
Drawing Exhibition in May.
During several meetings, the club
observed films showing different activities
performed in industry.
The club met on the fourth Friday of
each month. Faculty advisors were Mr.
David Patterson and Mr. James Matthews.
Chooses A ll
For the first year, the Interact Club was
run by all female officers. The fact that the
majority of the club was girls was also
The new trend began last year when
girls were invited to become members of
the club for the first time.
Most of the activities and service pro-
iects of the club were carried out along
with the Key Club. These proiects included
assisting in the preparation of the Home-
coming ceremonies, the Homecoming
dance, and a tour of the Children's Hospi-
tal during the Christmas season.
The annual spring float trip down the
Buffalo River was planned along with the
Laura Burford, president, spoke to the
Rotary Club on the current activities at
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Sponsored by HER PLACE
To raise money for scholarships to send
students abroad, the American Field Serv-
ice Chapter held rummage sales during the
Among other fund raising activities was
a spaghetti supper which was held at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church in February. The
various speakers talked about their experi-
ences in the past year with AFS abroad.
American Field Services was an organi-
zation designed to give students a chance
to go to a foreign country to learn a new
language, a new culture, and experience a
different type of people.
Hall's AFS Chapter held a meeting once
a month with the Little Rock AFS Chapter,
which was affiliated with AFS Interna-
AFS conducted their meetings in Room
605 with Miss Angela Maynard.
Above: AFS OFFICERS: FRANCESCA ROBERTS, pres-
ident, LEE ELLEN MITCHELL, secretary, DEANN BEC-
TON, treasurer, LYNN LUSBY, vice-president, Oppo-
site top, INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS: BILLY
SMITH, vice-president, JAMES BRADEN, president,
WERNER SCHNEIDER, secretary-treasurer. Opposite
bottom: INTERACT CLUB OFFICERS: TANYA MAR-
LIN, treasurer, CAROLE HAYNIE, vice-president,
LAURA BURFORD, president, DEANN BECTON, sec-
The Students for Women's Rights Club
acted in several legal instances. One was
to write their Representatives in Congress
and let them know how they stood on the
Equal Rights Amendment.
During the year the club had various
speakers. The subiects touched upon
ranged from abortion to higher pay for
women in society.
The Students for Women's Rights Club
was organized in 1973 to give girls
information about women that they
couldn't find in any other club. Miss Anne
Hansen was the faculty advisor of the
club. The meetings were conducted in an
informal atmosphere. There were no offi-
cers or dues.
Members A io'
In Book Use
Student assistants played an important
role in keeping up the school library. Each
member worked for one hour per day
doing various iobs such as placing books
back on their shelves, typing, and helping
students to locate materials.
Through meetings and club activities,
members stimulated reading interests and
the use of books for class work or pleasure
Some members attended the district
meeting of the Arkansas Student Librari-
ans Association lASLAl, which promoted
ideas through their meetings. .ludy Petty
was a featured speaker at the meeting.
Dave Jones was elected treasurer of the
Sponsored by TANGLEWOOD TEXACO
"I can't stand the sight of blood."
Students enrolled in Health Occupations
Education participated outside the class-
room in the Health Occupations Club.
The club, an affiliate of Vocational
Industrial Clubs of America, conducted
community service proiects and field trips.
In the fall, club members spent a day at
the ChiIdren's Colony in Conway and pres-
ented a skit for the children. The club also
toured the Vocational Rehabilitation Cen-
ter at Hot Springs where members
observed handicapped patients being
trained in a skill.
Thanksgiving baskets were given to five
needy families during the holidays. The
Christmas season found the Health Occu-
pations Club caroling at several nursing
homes around Little Rock.
Mrs. Theresa Vogelpohl, a registered
nurse, sponsored the Health Occupations
Opposite top: WOMEN'S RIGHTS OFFICERS: MEL-
ISSA WOOD and ELIZABETH HARDIE, co-chairper-
sons. Opposite bottom: LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS:
DANA MITCHELL, treasurer, KATHY SPENCE, vice-
president: TAMMY HUMPHREYS, president, CARO-
LYN WEBB, secretary: KIM TAYLOR, parliamenta-
rian. Above: HEALTH OCCUPATIONS OFFICERS:
LINDA BUSH, president, JILL JONES, vice-president,
DOTTIE MOOREHEAD, treasurer, CINDY JONES,
reporter, RAVONDA WILSON, secretary. Seated:
PAMELA MARSHALL, parliamentarian.
Sponsored by HEALTH OCCUPATIONS CLUB
DE CA Reps.
A trend S tate
Seven members of HalI's Chapter of
Distributive Education Clubs of America
attended the annual District Leadership
Conference of the Arkansas Association of
DECA, held at the University of Arkansas
at Little Rock in October.
Several students attended the State
Leadership Conference in April and the
National Conference in May at Holly-
Members participated in various compe-
titive activities that DECA held. A Scholar-
ship Awards program was started which
assisted the students in reaching their
DECA was the youth organization run
by the students to provide social and civic
activities for the students that participated
in the Distributive Education Program at
DECA's activities were on Sundays to
give students who worked on weekdays an
opportunity to attend.
DECA OFFICERS: TONY HOPSON, secretary, MR.
BILL WOOLLY, sponsor, TERRY STUDDARD, presi-
dent, DAVID ELMS, treasurer, LAUVERNE SAMP-
SON, vice-president, RANDY WRIGHT, reporter,
CATHY HALL, historian.
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Sponsored by DECA
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The Coordinated Career Education Club
consisted of juniors and seniors who par-
ticipated in the vocational programs at
One of the proiects CCE organized was
making Christmas cards for the elderly in
some of the local nursing homes.
Mrs. Diane Mitchener and Miss Glenda
Thessing were the faculty sponsors for
CCE. The club had IOO per cent paid mem-
The Vocational Industrial Club of Amer-
ica program was aimed at the involvement
of all the industrial youth in developing
themselves as skilled men and women.
Six delegate officers attended the
annual State VICA Officers Workshop
held at the Camelot Inn in December. A
banquet and a dance provided entertain-
In January the annual employee-
employer banquet was held at Burns Park.
VICA members visited several industrial
firms and talked with management. They
also invited various speakers to the club
Above: VICA OFFICERS: STEVE DEARBORN, trea-
surer, VICKI BOHANAN, secretaryg PAULA REY-
NOLDS, reporter, SUSAN GATHRIGHT, parliamen-
tarian, KATHY ATKINSON, vice-president, LLOYD
BALDWIN, president. Below: CCE OFFICERS: EDDIE
STANCIL, parliamentarian, LAVERN YOUNG, secre-
tary, ESSIE PHILLIPS, reporter: BRENDA HARRIS,
treasurer. Seated: BOBBY MARSHALL, president,
PHYLLIS GREEN, vice-president.
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After suffering their first non-conference
loss in eleven years, the Warriors got back
on the winning track against Catholic High
September 14. Senior Tyrone Short put
the Tribe on the scoreboard with the game
only forty seconds old. Taking a handoff
from quarterback Mike Scott, Short broke
through the line and scampered 73 years
for what proved to be the only score of the
game. The rest of the night was a defen-
sive struggle featuring two goalline stands
by the "Orange Crush" defense.
Both in the final period, the first stand
ended when Stanley Thompson recovered
a fumbled handoff on the Warrior one.
Later, the Rockets found themselves with a
first down on the Warrior six. The Warrior
defense gave five yards to the determined
Rockets, but held firm on fourth and one
and took over on downs.
Hall fans turned out in numbers Septem-
ber 7 to see the Warriors take on the West
Memphis Blue Devils. The Blue Devils fea-
tured a strong fullback in Leonard Clay as
well as a tough defense.
Opening mistakes in the game plagued
the inexperienced Warriors as the Blue
Devils cashed in on each error. First the
Devil's Jerry Dorsey blocked a Doug Par-
rish punt on the sixteen yard line.From
there, Clay carried the ball three times
going from the one for the score.
Hall's next mistake came when iunior
quarterback Alex Herman fumbled. Dor-
sey scooped up the ball and raced 39
yards for the score as West Memphis took
a rousing 'I3-7 victory.
Comets Fall' Ole Main, Neville VW11
Originally scheduled as a breather, the
Mills game mode it apparent that every
game would be tough for the Warriors.
The only score of the first half came on a
32 yard field goal by Doug Parrish in the
second period. The third quarter was a
defensive battle until the Warrior offense
broke things wide open.
On the first play of the fourth quarter,
Mike Scott rolled out to find Steve Fike for
a seven yard touchdown pass. Hall got the
ball back and Scott was again dropping
back to pass. This time he pulled up, and
spotting a huge opening, galloped 52
yards for a touchdown, sealing the 17-0
The Warriors knew that defense would
be the key against Ole Main. The Wildcats
featured the best pair of running backs in
the conference with Mike Monk and
Wayne Moore. On the first play from
scrimmage Moore broke loose for 8l
yards. Scoring on the next play, it looked
as if it would be a long night.
The Wildcats scored twice more before
Tyrone Short hit paydirt just before half-
time. Trailing 2l-7, Mike Scott was forced
to take to the air, hitting Short for a 45
Short scored his third touchdown of the
game moments later to bring the Warriors
within one point. Electing to go for the vic-
tory, Hall tried for two but failed, dooming
the Warriors to o 21-20 defeat.
Already experiencing one of the worst
years in history for Warrior football, Octo-
ber 4 sow Hall take on Neville High
School of Monroe, La. Defending state
champions of Louisiana, the Tigers were
much larger and more experienced.
Neville drew first blood by driving 27
yards in six plays. The Tigers later took a
commanding l3-0 lead in an 84 yard
Forced to play catch-up football, the
Warriors could not score until Enoch Tims
plunged over the goal with two minutes
left in the contest. Unable to get the ball
back, the Warriors fell to 2-3 on the secl-
Ronnie Bogard tells Ben Moody about a recent play.
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game is the only thing that is recorded, for
the Warriors out-hit, out-tackled, and out-
played top ranked Parkview.
After taking a Patriot punt, Arthur Wil-
liams fumbled the handoff. Parkview
recovered and scored to give the Patriots a
7-0 lead. Parkview then fumbled on their
5. Holl recovered and Mike Scott drove
the offense to the tying touchdown.
Tyrone Short later intercepted a Jerry
Barnett pass and returned it to the
Parkview 36. From there, Scott scored on
a bootleg. Doug Parrish's PAT was good,
leaving the Patriots a I4-l 3 Homecoming
Pine Bluff fans saw little to cheer about
as the Warriors took a 34-'I9 win. The
Tribe wasted no time scoring on their first
possession with the touchdown coming
from Arthur Williams. The Zebras man-
aged to tie the score 7-7 before Hall
pulled out for good.
Arthur Williams hit paydirt again, driv-
ing up the middle for the score. Edwin
Conway hauled in a pass and returned it
to the Zebra l5. Mike Scott had just
enough time to score before halftime. Two
second half scores iced the game. As
Defensive Captain Fred Long said, "This is
the way we should have been playing all
Gaining confidence, the Warriors vis-
ited Northeast to pull off a thrilling 13-7
victory. The Chargers scored early as
quarterback Steve Sink directed a 64 yard
drive. The Warrior's offense sputtered and
stalled until Mike Scott hooked up with
Tyrone Short for ci 45 yard touchdown
bomb. The Warriors went for two but
The Tribe got one last chance when a
punt was blocked on the Charger 39. Alex
Herman hit Enoch Tims at the ll. Tims
rammed across the goal with 14 seconds
remaining. Northeast threw a bomb as
time expired, but the receiver was pulled
down on the l by Fred Long.
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Tyrone Short carries the ball.
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Arthur Williams heads downfield
Defense Holds Ft. Smith, E Dorado
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Fred Long takes a sideline view from atop a bench.
Playing their fourth homecoming date in
a row, the Warriors traveled to Fort Smith
to play the Northside Grizzlies. Mike Scott
had a brilliant night passing, hitting four
out of five.
The first of these passes went for a
touchdown, a 10 yarder to tight end Steve
Fike. Enoch Tims added two first half
touchdowns, one after Edwin Conway
recovered a fumble and the other after a
55 yard Scott to Tyrone Short pass.
In the second half, Northside and Hall
traded scores, making the score 27-10
until Ricky Eakin hit his second touchdown
pass on the last play of the game to make
the final score 27-17.
After having an open date, the Warriors
were well prepared for the El Dorado
Wildcats. Filling the home side of Quigley
Stadium, fans watched the Tribe com-
pletely dominate play. Sophomore Arthur
Williams scored two touchdowns and
Doug Parrish booted a 31 yard fieldgoal
to give Hall a 16-0 lead.
The Wildcats threatened in the third
quarter but the defense stiffened and took
over on downs. Hall's final score came
when Defensive Back Roger Voss stepped
in front of a Wildcat pass and returned the
interception for the score. A 23-O home-
coming shutout belonged to the Warriors,
who raised their record to 6-4 and assured
themselves of another winning season.
Warrior players were anxious for vic-
tory, taking the lead on a 22 yard field-
goal. The Tribe's defense, ranked first in
the AAAA, held the Tigers and forced a
punt. Mike Scott handed off to Enoch Tims,
who handed off to Alex Herman, hitting
Kevin Kullander for a touchdown.
With a 10-7 halftime lead, the Warriors
prepared for Houston Nutt and Robert
Farrell. Central attained three second half
scores, while Hall could muster only one.
With only seconds remaining, Mike Scott
threw to Alex Herman who scored. The
Tribe cut the final margin to one point by
making a two point conversion.
Although some were disappointed, it
was a great game, and a fitting end to the
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B-Team Faces Tough pponents
A combined schedule helped the 1974
Warrior B-team play to a 5-5-l record this
year. The B-Team combined with the soph-
omore team due to a small number of
players. The team played two games
weekly. A B-team game was played at Ft. A
Roots and a sophomore game on Satur- W
The team, headed by Coach Roy Wade,
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man Claude Smith from Booker helped to M,
make the season a more successful one.
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1974-75 WARRIORS: Tap row: Coach Bryan, Coach Calloway, Coach Keopple, Coach Wade, Coach Elders. Second row: Mark Jones, Tim Porter, Harold Britton, Jim Crank,
Claude Smith, Lawrence Green, Glenn Geiger, Lonnie Chenwith, Willie Baker, Bubba Hagan, Bruce Otwell, Keith Jones, Don Brillhart, Terry Moore, Tom Honeycutt, Kirby
Foster, Raymond Faison. Third row: Jerry Cohen, Scott Pettit, Toney Jones, Stanley Thompson, Anthony Ragland, Freddie Ross, Dennis Miller, Mark Murphy, Fred Long, Terry
Glenn, Tim Hampton, George Richardson, Alexander Henson, Charlie Turner, Roger Voss, Mark Daramus, Dwayne Jackson. Fourth row: Tom Fox, Greg Peterson, Edwin Con-
way, Arthur Williams, Tyrone Short, Enoch Tims, Doug Parrish, Jim Deer, Rocky Siegler, Phil Founders, Charlie Dorchester, Glenn Dinsmore, Mike Scott, Steve Fike, Alex Her-
man, Kevin Kullander, Ronnie Bagard. Bottom row: Don Getty, Ben Moody, Boyd Matthews, Darrell Tims, Tony Rogers, Allen Pettit, David Hodges, Scotty James, Robbie Fikes,
David Scharff, John Buzbee, Jack Greenwood, Greg Davis, Keith Butler.
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Annual Banquet Honors '75 Warriors
Rocky Siegler accepts his trophy. Coach Keapple congratulates George Richardson
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After finishing second in 1974, the War-
riors looked forward to a championship
season in 1975. They compiled a season
record of 20-2, but still failed to capture
the crown, trailing once-beaten Central by
Still the fans looked forward to the state
tournament, where a showdown between
Hall and Central was inevitable.
The Warriors defeated Pine Bluff in the
semi-finals and advanced to the finals.
Before an estimated crowd of 6,000,
Hall fans cheered the mighty braves as
they controlled the whole game until the
last few minutes.
During the fourth quarter, the Tigers
made a comeback and the final score was
Central 51 and Hall 46.
Awards were given and Hall received
the Sportsmanship Trophy plus the State
AAAA Runner-Up Trophy.
Hall led the number of All-Staters
selected by the officials and coaches in the
conference. Players from Hall who
accepted the honor were Sidney Moncrief,
Tommy Tapley, and Gary Tidwell.
Top row: THEODIS BEALER, LINDELL DEAN, SIDNEY
MONCRIEF. Middle row: ROBERT MURPHY, KRETH
SIMMONS, TOMMY TAPLEY. Bottom row: CHARLES
TAYLOR, GARY TIDWELL, LARRY WASHINGTON.
Hall bench watches intently.
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Theodis Beoler scores for Holl.
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N ew Season
The B-Team, after struggling at the
beginning of the season, did what Coach
Oliver Elders called "a complete turna-
round," growing stronger with each game.
Led by Steve Moore, Jeff Treece, Phil
Young, and Lindell Dean, the B-Team won
four of their last six games, including a vic-
tory over Parkview. The Patriots whipped
the Warriors in their first meeting, winning
by a margin of over 30 points.
The turnaround, according to Coach
Elders, was due to sophomores filling in
Curtis Hampton, Clifton Nooner, Greg
Allmon, and Dewayne Jackson all helped
The iuniors and sophomores who
gained valuable experience this year will
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Top row: COACH PHILLIP BRYAN, DELTA HARRIS,
RICK MARTIN, MARK LOLLAR, PETE GARNER, JEFF
TREECE, CURTIS HAMPTON, RODNEY ELLIS, GWEN
PORTER, COACH OLIVER ELDERS. Bottom row: NEIL
CRAIG, ROBERT PETERSON, ANTHONY SMITH,
RODNEY BRANNON, CLINT SMITH, GREG ALL-
MON, CLIFTON NOONER, JOHN JOHNSON. Not
pictured: PHIL YOUNG.
To be a good athlete takes practice and
members of the Cross Country Team were
The runners began in August and ran on
their own until school started. Then they
ran as a team.
The boys had o workout everyday and
they were required to run T5 miles. The
"Crox" had their first meet in October at
which five other states competed.
Team members continued to build
school spirit by running to Pine Bluff with
the spirit stick. The 60 mile run was com-
pleted in five hours.
The final reward came in November
when the State Cross Country meet was
held at Searcy. For the second year, Hall
captured the State Championship. Out of
the ten top runners, Hall was represented
by five. They included: Mark Burton, Nel-
son Garrison, Brad Henry, Eddie Mulkey,
and John Parker.
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Start slow and finish fast. That was the
slogan of the track team. After many
months of practice and time trials, the
team was ready to go.
The team went to Memphis to compete
in an indoor track meet. This was the first
time in six years that HaIl's track team had
entered a meet during the season with
other conference schools. In the spring, the
State Meet of Champs were held at Scott
Coach Roy Wade directed the track
team. During his six years at Hall, Coach
Wade has seen much improvement in the
The maiority of the runners were inexpe-
rienced but with a great deal of determina-
tion they accomplished much for the War-
Opposite top left: 880 RUN, NELSON GARRI-
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JOHN JACKSON. Opposite top right: DISCUS, LON-
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MIKE WILLIAMS, KEVIN KULLANDER, ARTHUR WIL-
LIAMS, MICHAEL DAVIS, MORRIS JACKSON,
DAVID BEDFORD, ENOCH TIMS, JEFF CORNELSEN,
LEROY HURD, JAY DENNY, RICHARD LONG. Bot-
tom left: LONG JUMP, JEFF CORNELSEN. Bottom
right: HURDLERS: ARTHUR WILLIAMS, KEITH BUT-
LER, DAVID LONG. Top right: POLE VAULT, MIKE
MOORE, not pictured: ALLEN PE'l'l'IT.
Jeff Cornelsen works on form.
Williams, Butler, Long accomplish hurdles
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Lonnie Harris throws discus
Relay team at daily workout.
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During the year, Hall's amateur athletes
kept striving for perfection. With continual
proctice, each athlete worked toward his
Students chose to participate in a large
variety of sports. Among them were tennis,
golf, bowling, volleyball, girls' track,
swimming, diving, and gymnastics.
The Girls' Recreation Association estab-
lished a wide variety of teams for ony girl
who wished to take part.
Along with building physical ability, the
many activities taught the true meaning of
Opposite left: LAURA MILLER and VANESSA BURKS
volley during practice. Middle: LINDSEY PERKOVICH
displays ability on the diving board. Left: CAROLYN
CARTER performs with grace on the balance beam.
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Opposite: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: DeAnn Becton,
Donna Kirkpatrick, Carol Hurley, Carolyn Carter,
Melanie Halbert, Laura Burford, captain, Georgia
Thomasson, Lynn Lusby, Lindsey Perkovich, Pam Hall,
Carole Haynie, co-captain. RESERVE CHEERLEAD-
ERS: Susie Matheny, Debra Boone, Jane Hurley,
Mary Fell, Christy Scales, Pam Williams, Connie Lar-
son, Sherrie Brown, captain, Kim Peterson, co-cap-
tain. Not pictured: Barbi Richardson, Lisa, Zimmer-
The '74-'75 marching Cheer-O-Kees.
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Carlton Miller, captain
Sandra Sullenger, co-captain
Nancy Brizendine, Sr. Sgt.-at-Arms
Carol Warner, Jr. Sgt.-at-Arms
Leigh Ann Hesterly
Mary Ann Morrison
Opposite: CHEER-O-KEE CLUB OFFICERS: LEIGH
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Dr. Paul Fair, Superintendent of the Lit-
tle Rock Public Schools, and his adminis-
trative staff developed and carried out
many productive programs during 1974-
The staff, comprised of four assistant
superintendents and Dr. Fair, worked to
develop innovative programs in the
schools through student involvement and
expansion ofthe Volunteers in Public
Schools QVIPSI program. These people not
only served the schools themselves, but
worked to solve community problems rela-
ted to integration and desegregation.
New instructional programs were added
to almost every level. Some of these
included a reading program for elemen-
tary students, science and math labs at the
middle school level, and vocational
courses for high school students. A nutri-
tional program was established for all
grades and school levels.
Above, left to right: MR. WILLIAM FOWLER, DR.
PAUL FAIR, MR. JOHN FORTENBERRY. Opposite top
right: DR. LEONARD THALMUELLER, Assistant Super-
intendent of Pupil Services. Opposite top left: MR.
JOHN FORTENBERRY, Assistant Superintendent of
Instruction. Opposite bottom right: MR. FLOYD
LANGSTON, Assistant Superintendent of Business
Services. Opposite bottom Ieftz MR. WILLIAM
FOWLER, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Ser-
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F or District
The school board enacted several new
proiects and policies this year. Given addi-
tional funds, the district was able to carry
out these programs.
An estimated SZV2 million in federal
funds was alloted to the district to add
quality to its educational programs. These
funds brought about changes at Hall,
including the construction of a media cen-
ter and science wing.
Money was also allocated for o commu-
nity school to replace Parham Elementary.
ln November, the school board approved
a strict discipline policy regarding weap-
ons in public schools.
The Peabody Survey, so named
because it originated at George Peabody
College, was conducted over a six-month
period. The study planned and developed
a program designed to improve educa-
tional opportunity for students in Little
Rock Public Schools.
The teacher-pupil ratio saw its lowest
number ever this year. Besides fewer stu-
dents, teachers had another welcome
change - a 121-152, salary increase.
Sponsored by BENSKY FURS
Opposite top: MR. ROBERT McHENRY, president.
Opposite bottom left: MR. NEILL HART, JR. Opposite
bottom right. MRS. LUCY ABRAHAM. Top. MR. T. E.
PATTERSON. Middle. MR. JAMES M. ADAMS. Bot-
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With the ending ofthe 1974-1975
school year, Mr. Weldon K. Faulk com-
pleted a year of many transitions as princi-
pal of one of Arkansas' largest high
As a result of North Central Associa-
tion's recommendation, Mr. Faulk abol-
ished homeroom to provide students and
teachers time to confer.
Mr. Faulk also moved into his new office
which was a part of the construction plan
begun last spring.
Mr. Faulk was graduated from State
College of Arkansas and later received his
Master of Education degree and his dip-
loma of advanced study at the University
of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
He is a member of the National Associ-
ation of Secondary School Principals, the
Pulaski Heights Kiwanis Club and Phi Delta
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didn't know we had bound copies of 'Playboy.' "
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ln September Mr. Lovell Moore joined
the administrative staff replacing Mr.
Lucious Powell as boys' vice-principal.
Before coming to Hall, Mr. Moore was
dean of students at Booker Junior High
A graduate of Philander Smith College,
Mr. Moore furthered his education at
Southwestern University, Texas Southern
University and the University of Arkansas.
Mr. Moore supervised the transporta-
tion of students to and from school and
Mrs. John G. Wooley, dean of girls,
was graduated from State College of
Arkansas, and earned her M.A. degree
from the University of Arkansas.
She was responsible for the needs and
the behavior of girls. She also organized
Girls' State, along with scheduling all
events of the school calendar and direct-
ing the activities of the school.
Mr. Robert Lawrence, vice-principal,
was graduated from Ouachita Baptist Uni-
versity and later received his M.Ed. degree
from the University of Arkansas.
His duties as vice-principal were to
supervise the bookstore, order instruc-
tional supplies and equipment, regulate
state textbooks and maintain the building
Above: MR. LOVELL MOORE, MRS. JOHN G. WOO-
LEY, MR. ROBERT LAWRENCE.
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Sponsored by ARKANSAS INFRA-RED
The English department had as its goal
the improvement of the students' oral and
written communication, and their literary
heritage. Through hard work and dedica-
tion, this was accomplished.
Hall was one of twenty schools in the
National Humanities Faculty's lNHFl two-
year bicentennial study of "The American
Covenant: The Moral Uses of Power." lt
was the only Arkansas high school chosen
for the program by the NHF. Miss Nancy
Popperfuss, department chairman, was in
charge of the proiect.
This year the department added new
sets of novels for in depth study. Outside
speakers lectured to classes as additional
aids to study. Senior classes visited the
Arkansas Arts Center to view films of Mac-
BETH and OTHELLO. Juniors traveled to
Conway to attend a performance of SCA's
production of THE CRUCIBLE.
THE INKWELL, the department's literary
magazine, encouraged creativity among
Opposite top: MISS NANCY POPPERFUSS, depart-
ment chairman, iunior English, 303, 304, Red Cross,
baccalaureate sponsor. MRS. JOHN STRANGE, sen-
ior English, 402, 403, Kochinas, prom committee.
MRS. AKERS PENCE, senior English, 401, 404, New
Party. MRS. MARION GREEN, senior English, 402,
403, creative writing, INKWELL, MR. JOHN DIESEL,
sophomore English, American History, Interact Club.
"Don't disturb me, l had a rough nightl"
"Give me that cheat sheet." "Do you always sit like that?"
"If she thinks l'm going to memorize all this, she's crazy!"
Sponsored by CAVE'S JEWELERS
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Below: MRS. JOHN D. MILLER, sophomore English
Beta Club. MISS ANNE HANSEN, sophomore Eng
lish, activities director, Beta Club, Students for Wom
en's Rights. MRS. MARK SMITH, iunior English, 301
302, Inter Racial Council. MRS. NEIL WOOMER, Jun
ior English 301, 302, Beta Club. Not pictured: MRS
ERNEST NORMAN, sophomore English, Beta Club.
Sponsored by FREDDIE'S CARD, GIFT, AND PARTY SHOP
Home In 109
Change was the word to describe the
iournalism scene this year.
ln September the department moved to
room 109 adiacent to the new media cen-
ter which was under construction.
Although the center opened this spring,
it will not be ready for the staff members
of the WAR WHOOP and the WARRIOR
until June. The iournalism portion of the
center will be equipped with workrooms,
complete with cabinets and storage space.
An additional feature will be a dark room
for processing newspaper and annual pic-
Due to the installation of off set presses
at the school print shop, the WAR
WHOOP acquired a new appearance.
These presses, plus a finer grade of white
paper, contributed to clearer pictures and
unlimited layout possibilities.
The WARRIOR staff continued their use
of the Mosaic layout style in the body of
the yearbook, but the staff chose the mag-
azine style for the introductory and con-
Students in the beginning iournalism
classes learned the basics of news writing,
editing, and headline writing. These stu-
dents also contributed news items weekly
for a column in the WAR WHOOP and
wrote stories for publication.
Above right: MRS. TOM CHRISTIE, iournalism, WAR
WHOOP, WARRIOR, Quill and Scroll.
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Sponsored by HALL'S DRUGS
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"Hmmm, that sounds logical."
Come on, keep talking, only 2 more minutesl
Ideas T0 Ha!!
ln keeping with their policy of develop-
ing new approaches to communications,
the Speech Department added videotape
equipment to every speech class. This new
equipment clearly illustrated the progress
Eight students attended the annual Stu-
dent Speech Congress, November l7, 18,
and 'I9 at the State Capitol. The opening
party caucus and committee meetings
were held in the Sam Peck Hotel. The con-
gress is structured like an actual congres-
sional session. The students used formal
parliamentary procedure in presenting
their debates and bills. Hall ranked fifth in
the number of points scored.
Several students attended the Hender-
son Invitational Speech Tournament Janu-
ary 31 and February l. The students pre-
sented selections of prose and poetry, and
were iudged on delivery, poise, and effec-
Mrs. John Stuckey, who ioined the fac-
ulty this year, taught drama, speech, and
twelfth grade English. Mrs. Stuckey also
sponsored the senior play, Harvey, which
was presented by drama students. They
also presented two one-act plays.
Above left: MRS, ROBERT BAILEY, speech, communi-
cations, public speaking, Stage Crew, Hall Harlequin
Players. MRS. JOHN STUCKEY, speech, English, Hall
Sponsored by THE 4TH PERIOD PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASS
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"So whafs happening?"
Sponsored by PEOPLES SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Now, our figures show . .
Sponsored by HOBBY'S JEWELERS
New A ddition
Psychology was added to the curriculum
this year. This course, taught by Miss
Angela Maynard, studied the personal
needs as well as hereditary and environ-
mental influences on the individual and his
Main obiectives of the social studies
department included the creation of an
increased awareness of trends, a cultural
understanding among students, and the
study of historical causes of attitudes.
Mrs. Marcia Lecky, who taught Ameri-
can history, was a new teacher in the
The social studies department received
a National Humanities Foundation grant
for the development of a humanities
course of studies. Hall was one of only
twenty schools across the nation to receive
Opposite: MISS ANGELA MAYNARD, international
relations, psychology, department chairman, Key-
ettes, American Field Service. MR. CHARLES D.
THOMPSON, American history, economics, sociol-
ogy, Key Club. MR. SAM KENT, American history,
world history, Science Club, History Club. MRS. WIL-
LIS M. CROSBY, American history, National Honor
Society. Not pictured: MRS. KATHRYN H.
EDWARDS, American history, American government,
Young Democrats. MRS. MARCIA LECKY, American
history, Beta Club.
Opposite: MR. CHARLES MOSELEY, Algebra II, math
ll, Key Club. MRS. DENNIS DANCE, chemistry,
geometry, basic math, Science Club. MRS. JERRY
HODGE, geometry, Algebra I, general math, AFS.
MR. REO FLAHERTY, consumer math, math I, math ll,
geometry. Not pictured: MRS. D. LOUIS WOOD, tri-
gonometry, calculus, general math, department
chairman, Mu Alpha Theta. MRS. FRED TROWELL,
geometry, intermediate algebra, Beta Club, Student
Council, MR. MIKE NORTON, trigonometry, Algebra
ll, Math ll, Student Council.
"Dear Frank, these last few days have been so wonderful . .
"Sometimes I wonder if she knows more than I do
Sponsored by GUARDIAN CHURCH GOODS
How T0 Use
All of the classes in the math depart-
ment studied a unit on the metric system
during the year.
"We feel that the United States will
soon make the big switch to the metric sys-
tem, and we want our students to be able
to adiust easily and to think metric," Mrs.
D. Wood, department chairman, stated.
Completing a proiect begun last year,
the math department moved in its entirety
to the 600 zone.
Since more teachers were needed for
the department this year, Mrs. Dennis
Dance, who previously taught chemistry,
became a fulltime math teacher. Mrs. Jerry
Hodge was added to the department,
bringing the number of teachers to seven.
A equires New
Transition in the Science Department
occurred this year. A new science building
was put into use during the second semes-
ter. lt consisted of labs, classrooms, and a
Physical Science took on a new look
with a different type of philosophy. The
Wong teaching method was used in this
class. This was an unconventional
approach where students used experi-
ments instead of listening to lectures.
Biology included an Environmental Edu-
cation unit which took the students on a
field trip to analyze water samples. The
visit to Aldersgate was designed to give a
better understanding of ecology and the
harm that pollution has caused in our
world. The students concluded their study
of ecological problems by making an Envi-
ronmental Awareness folder.
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Sponsored by DAVIS TRAILER 8- EQUIPMENT COMPANY
"Another thrilling class like this and I'd die."
Opposite top: MR. A. T. BELL, JR., physics, physical
science, chemistry, New Party, Science Club. MRS.
CATHERINE HAMILTON, chemistry, science and sur-
vival, Science Club, department chairman. Above:
MR. CHARLES LEVERETT, biology, advanced biology,
Science Club. MRS. JOHN NORMAN, biology, FTA,
National Honor Society. MRS. ROY TAYLOR, biol-
Very occupied people.
Sponsored by ROY SULLIVAN BARBER SHOP
In Fine Arts
Representing the Fine Arts were the
band, the choir, and the art department.
Pep was added to football and basket-
ball games by the Warrior Band. ln addi-
tion, the band participated in state and
district festivals and performed at public
concerts and various assemblies.
Water color, basic art, poster design,
and creative design were the courses
offered by the art department.
Two performing classes made up the
vocal music department. Composed of iun-
iors and seniors, the most prestigious vocal
organization was the Hallmarks. The Hal-
laires Choir consisted of students from all
grade levels in Choirs Ill and IV. This group
was for students who wished to sing but
did not qualify for Hallmarks.
Below: MRS. ROBERT BATTON, basic art, Kachinas.
MRS. JUDY HANKINS, basic art, creative design,
poster design, water color, Art Club. MR. MEREL
BOYCE, director of Warrior Band. MR. ROBERT
BRACK, choral music, Hallmarks, Hallaires.
"We have to carry our instruments out during a fire
". . . merrily, merrily, life is but a dream
"Well, here we are. .
Sponsored by COLEMAN DAIRY
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"C'est Ia vie!"
Sponsored by RHEA DRUGS
New and attractive textbooks in Span-
ish and French classes offered a different
approach to the study of foreign lan-
guages. New supplementary books and
beautiful slides were purchased as study
Two Latin classes were taught by Mr.
Frank Kent. Latin II and Latin lll students
were grouped in one class and Latin I stu-
dents in another. Mrs. John Short, who
was a new teacher, taught two Spanish I
ln an attempt to gain an appreciation of
cultures different from their own, language
students planned various activities. The
French IV class had a "Cheese Day" to
learn about and to enioy different cheeses
from France. Pasqual Teternoire, a student
at Central, and Mr. Weldon Faulk were
guests at the party. Mrs. LaVon Yepez
invited Latin American friends to visit the
students of the Spanish IV class and hold
conversations with them on a one to one
basis. A field trip in October to the Arkan-
sas Arts Center was attended by I02
Below: MRS. MARIAN HULSEY, French I, II, Ill, IV,
French Club. MRS. LAVON YEPEZ, Spanish Il, III, IV,
Spanish Club. MRS. JOHN SHORT, Spanish I, English
IO, ll, Spanish Club. Not pictured: MR. FRANK
KENT, Latin I, ll, Ill, English Il, Latin Club, National
In Bus. Dept.
Junior Executive Training, a course for
senior students interested in a career in the
business world, was offered this year only.
The course covered all aspects concerning
business including decision making and
ln addition, the department added Co-
operative Office Occupations, which
offered students a basic look into all
branches of the business department.
For the second consecutive year, the
department participated in the "Business
Game" sponsored by Arkansas Power
and Light Company, the State Department
of Education, and the University of Arkan-
sas at Monticello.
Hall was one of nine high schools in the
state which participated in the competition
during which time the students dealt with
all types of business procedures.
"l can't believe he said that!
"Now which finger was 'Q'?
Sponsored by THE CAMERA CENTER
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Opposite bottom: MRS. WILLIAM H. ARTHURS,
office machines, simulated office practice, depart-
ment chairman, FBLA. MRS. ED HARMS, personal
typing, clerical records, iunior executive training,
FBLA. MRS. BILLY N. WATSON, Co-operative Office
Occupations, Accounting I, Typing ll, FBLA. MRS.
LOUIS JOHNSON, Business Law, Consumer Educa-
tion, Typing I, Shorthand I, FBLA. MRS. WOODY
JOLLEY, Typing I, COE Related, FBLA.
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What's the business world coming to?
Sponsored by DRAUGHON'S SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
H all Students
Classes in the Vocational Department
encompassed mechanical drawing, engi-
neering drawing, constructional technol-
ogy, distributive education, industrial
cooperative training, and Health Occupa-
Distributive Education, lDEl, helped stu-
dents learn about business. This included
on the iob training while the students
earned high school credits and were paid
Industrial Cooperative Training, llCTl,
was another program designed to give stu-
dents experience in working. Students par-
ticipating in the program worked at iobs
such as mechanics, food services, house
painting, and repair. However, ICT was
quite flexible and students could enter
almost any field.
Health Occupations Education, a sub-
iect taught by Mrs. Theresa Vogelpohl, a
registered nurse, was planned to give stu-
dents an introduction into health careers.
Each student took a iob in a health agency
and worked 15 to 25 hours a week.
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Opposite top: MR. PAT AYDELOTT, Industrial Coop-
erative Education, VICA. MRS. MARYLEE WATSON
department chairman, Industrial Cooperative Educa-
tion, VICA. MR. BILL WOOLLY, Distributive Educa
tion, DECA. Not pictured: MR. JAMES MATHEWS
Drafting, Industrial Arts Club. MR. DAVID PATTER-
SON, building trades, carpentry, Industrial Arts Club
Interact. MRS. THERESA VOGELPOHL, Health Occu
"If I aim this iust so far, maybe I can hit something,"
Sponsored by THE FLOWER BOX
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Enrollment of males, especially in Adult
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brought about a significant change in the
Home Economics department.
In addition to helping students under-
stand themselves better, the courses
taught them skill in home economics occu-
pations. The courses also stressed the
importance of a knowledge of home eco-
nomics for males.
Two new courses were added to the cur-
riculum. They were Human Development
which was a study of the individual. The
other new course was Housing. This was
created to aid the students' understanding
the area of housing and interior decorat-
"We used all kinds of current visual
aids," stated Mrs. Gary L. Valentine, who
teaches home economics.
"Home economics was an action class,"
she also stated.
Along with all of the varied courses, the
Kindergarten was part of the Home Eco-
ye-A, as '
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The Special Education Department
offered students a choice of either aca-
demic or vocational courses. The depart-
ment implemented the team teaching to
provide for individualized instruction which
enabled the teacher to identify and evalu-
ate each students' strengths and weak-
nesses, and better meet his academic
Courses offered were math, English,
social studies, science, and vocational
education. Students who qualified were
integrated into some basic classes. Stu-
dents also applied for the C.C.E. program
in their iunior or senior year.
All of the classes were held in the trail-
ers near the 600 zone.
Opposite bottom: MRS. GARY L. VALENTINE, home
economics, human development, adult living, Future
Homemakers of America. Opposite bottom below:
MRS. VIRGINIA MINOR, child development, kinder-
garten, adult living. Below: MR. EMANUEL BROOKS,
special education, department chairman, C.C.E. Not
pictured: MRS. CHARLES MITCHENER, special educa-
tion, C.C.E., MISS GLENDA THESSING, special edu-
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Field H all 'S
A new all weather track course at Scott
Field was a feature attraction to the ath-
letic department's equipment. And at long
last the newly formed Girls' Track Team
was able to compete at Girls' State during
To provide for the rising interests in
gymnastics in the boy's department, tram-
poline techniques were taught by Coach
Phillip Bryan during his first year at Hall.
Mrs. Mike Kellim, also new to the staff,
sponsored the girls' volleyball and drill
teams. Mrs. Jerry Ball sponsored the tennis
team and Mrs. Leroy Slater was sponsor
for the dance team and gymnastics team.
All three teachers sponsored the GRA.
Coach Oliver Elders headed a new pro-
gram for sophomores consisting of a var-
ied schedule of wrestling, soccer, speed-
ball, track and field throughout the year.
Below: MRS. JERRY BALL, physical education, cheer-
leaders, GRA. MRS. LEROY SLATER, physical educa-
tion, inter-racial council, GRA. MRS. MIKE KELLIM,
physical education, cheer-o-kees, pep club, GRA.
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head football coach, driver education. MR. NOR-
MAN CALLOWAY, football, track, physical educa-
tion. MR. ROY WADE, head track coach, football,
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Preparations were underway during the
year for the Library's move to the new
Instructional Media Center in June.
The Center shall contain a faculty read-
ing room, stations of audio visual aids,
typewriters for student use, and six confer-
ence rooms. National Honor Society com-
pleted the Center by donating a new
In September the specialized Reading
area moved to room 214. Controlled read-
ers andthe emphasis on vocabulary aided
in the improvement in speed and accuracy
Opposite bottom: MISS MINNIE LEE MAYHAN, guid-
ance department chairman. MISS LAURA M, STEW-
ART, guidance counselor, MRS. GORDON FENDLEY,
guidance counselor, MRS. ROLAND CARPENTER,
guidance counselor. Top: MRS. LARRY ROBERTSON,
librarian, MRS. ROBERT WARREN, audio visual,
MRS. JOE TEETER, reading specialist. Not pictured:
MR. JOHN D. WILLIAMS, librarian.
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Chairman of the department, Miss Min-
nie Lee Mayhan, and other department
members counseled the senior class in col-
lege selections and 'vocational training.
Junior and Sophomore classes were
advised on their academic selections for
the following year. Emphasis was placed
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The non-teaching staff consisted of five
secretaries, a bookkeeper, a registrar and
Same of the iobs which were performed
in the main office were bookkeeping, tak-
ing care of federal forms and census
cards, typing bulletins, ordering supplies
and keeping up with teacher absences.
The counselor's secretaries set up
appointments for the counselors and par-
ents, reserved conference rooms for teach-
ers and kept the counselors' schedules up-
Opposite: MRS. E. A. CAILLOUETTE, guidance secre-
tary. MRS. RAYMOND PETERS, nurse. MRS. ED CAIL-
LOUETTE, attendance secretary. MRS. RODGER OLI-
VER, guidance secretary. Below: MRS. CHARLES W.
BROWN, principal's secretary. MRS. JACK CHANCE,
bookkeeper. MRS. JOHN V. BRACEY, secretary.
MRS. LOUIS SHORT, registrar.
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Hall High's Cracker Jacks
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Brad Henry Sets New C. C. Record
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Scott Philips dits 1974-75 Inkwell
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Ronnie Burnham Desi gns Directory
"I sure would like to draw her picture."
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Mary Ann Morrison
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Lee Ann Tyer
Donna Kirkpatrick Wins World Title
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ABERNATHY, BEVERLY JO
FBLA, Attendance Office Monitor, Switch Board
ABRAHAM, GAYNELL ANN
FBLA, Art Club, Y-Teens.
AKINS, IKE ' '
Varsity, Basketball, PTSA, Science Club.
AKINS, KIZZIE VANNESSA -
lnter-Racial Council, Dance Team, President,
Student Council, Representative.
ALMAN, LARRY. '
FHA: Y-Teens: DECA-C
ANDERSON, TERRI LYNEE
Hallil-lorlequins, Secretary, FTA, Students for
Equal Rigi1ts,Prom Committee, lnter-Racial
Club: . L . . . L L
ii QARNisTRONGi MARILYN J. I A
fHallaires,i1' 'Graduation Committee, Prom
Committee, lnter-Racial Council.
ASH, SHELIA DENISE
Hall Harlequins, FTA, Prom Committee, Stu-
dents far Women's Rights.
BAILEY, BECKY m
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Spanish
Club, Kachinas. ' -
BAKER, ANDREA I
Hall Ha,rle,quins,lSponish Club, Students for
Women's Rights, lnter-Racial Council.
National Merit Semi-Finalist, National Honor
Society, FTA, Secretary-Treasurer, Mu' Alpha
Theta, Student Council.
BAKER, KENNETH ODELL I I
'Student Council,.,President, Youngi Democrats,
Key Club, lnkwelllstaffz Chapel Clube
'BAl.DWlN, LLOYD . .. ,, .
,VlCA, President, Student'Council,: Representa-
kfive. - ' w, f, A MI, ..
BASS, THOMAS A
BEADLE, JANET LYNN
Cheer-o-kees, AFS, Spanish Club, Pep Club,
Vespers Committee, Warrior Staff.
Keyettes,'Secretary, Beta Club, Treasurer
National Hanoi' Society, Homecoming Queen
Varsity Cheerleader, Young Democrats, AFS,
National Honor Society, Cheer-o-kees, Science
Club, FBLA, Young Democrats.
BELL, REBECCA SUSAN
,National Honor Society, Keyettes, Senior Rep-
resentative, Beta Club, French Club, Pep Club.
BENSON, SYNICIA ELAlNE
BESSER,VlKKl , .
Hall'Harlequins, FBLA. I I
BOKAMPER, JERRY f
,NationaliHonorASociety, National Merit Letter A - 1
A -- of Commendation, Science Club. '
BOSLEY, MICHAEL G.
Varsity Track, Field Manager, VICA.
BRADEN, JAMES '
Architecture Club, President. t
aRADEN,LEE E.A. L fo , y 1
Hallmarks, Art Club, lnter-Racial,Council,
Chapel Club. - I , L ,
BRAM,BECCA . - , 1
War Whoop Staff, Quill and Scroll, Readers
Theatre, Graduation Committee, SpanisliClub,. V
BRIGGS, KERRY JOE, I fr
Varsity Basketball, Head Manage?
BRITTON, HAROLD , A y y ,M
BRIZENDINE, NANCY LEE- I. I . y
Cheer-o-kees, Sergeant'-at-Arms?2INati'ona-tug wg ,
HonorSociety,' Young DemocratE,ifSDaDi-shi? ft
Club:FBLA, Q L itit ff
BROCK, SANDRA, ' ' A
F BROOKS, JOYCE
BROWN, PAUL I A I I
National Honor Society, Science' Club, Beta,
Club,'Fund Raising Committee. V L
Art Club, Graduation Committee, FHA, Y-
Teens, Red Cross, President.
Football, Pram Committee.
BURFORD, LAURA KAY
Reserve Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader,
Captain, Homecoming Court, 3 Years, Inter-Act
Club, President, National Honor Society, Beta
Cross Country, 2 Year Letterman, Varsity Track,
Letterman, Student Council, 2 Years.
,BusH, LINDA A
Beta Club, National Honor Society,'VlCA, Red
Cross,Inter-RaciaICouncil., Q A ' '
BUSHMAN, LAURA DM., . I ,L
lisli Club,'VarsityBaslietballgfstatisticiblt. sf ' ,Q
A ' 1 ' ' 5 -I "" -I 1 -fr'A4SZ!5li.eLQiL.:...,,L:.if .. ,,
BUZBEWSA A A
National, Honor Society,,9KeyQttfesgf"TreasuLrer,
new cIub,f,Mu Alpha Thegqgtqrggigqigpgitqom-
VicefPresident, Beta Club, Keyelub. '
fcALI-IOuN, JERRY L 'Aft I
CAMPBELL, DONNA RITA A J 1
Hall Harlequins, National HonoriSaciety, GRA,
Club, Senior Play. I - 4 1
CAMPBELLTJAN i L
ReserveLCheerleader. V , ,
CAPRIOTTLLINDAL - 'cf 5, 1 f ,,
FBLA, Keyettes, Sergeanhat-Arms, Rromfund
Raising,Cammittee,hPep Club., ,, ,I I
CARRIGANQEELICIA, Y I f if A
Y.Teen5, Band, .Kachinas,Dancel'Teain,flnter-
RacialCouncil.H . , . 1 , ,J V
CARTER, CAROLYNS1 f Qi jf .Q
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Cheerleader, Reswerste Cheerleader, Cheer-o-
IECIL, CLIFFORD M.
IBLA: SRA: Chess Club.
QHASE, ANDREW T.
itage Crew, Manager: Inkwell Staff, Art Editor:
ioccer: Poet's Roundtable Award.
tBLA: Switch Board Operator: AFS: Office
leta Club: Mu Alpha Theta: Industrial Arts
Llub: Golf Team: Prom Committee.
ILARK, MARY ANN
blatianal Honor Society: Beta Club: lnter-Racial
Iouncil: LR Bi-Racial Council.
'OHEN, PHILLIP LOUIS
Lew Party: FBLA.
COLCLOUGH, SHERYL ANISE
iuture Hornemakers of America, Treasurer:
uture Teachers of America, President: Hall
Barlequins: lnter-Racial Club: lnkwell Staff:
enior Gift Committee.
allmarks Choir: French Club: Student Council:
allaires Choir: lnter-Racial Council: Red Cross:
OLEY, CARRIE VERA MAYE
ture Business Leaders of America: Co-opera-
ve Office Education.
ONARD, CHERYL A.
ture Business Leaders of America: Keyettes,
hapel Club: Red Cross: Bi-Racial Committee.
ack: Hollmarks: Key Club: Choral Club: All-
gion and All-State,Choirs.
OURTNEY, LAWRENCE WILSON
ational Honor Society: Beta Club: Student
ouncil: Mu Alpha Theta.
nnis: National Merit Semi-Finalist: National
anor Society: Beta Club.
ench Club: Keyette Club: National Honor
ociety: Student Council: Drama Club.
ROFTON, SUSAN CAROLINA
kwell, Secretary: National Honor Society:
BLA: Spanish Club: Mu Alpha Theta.
Homeroorn, Secretary: Bi-Racial Committee.
DAvisoN, DALE w.
FBLA: Art club.
DAY, CAROLYN ANN
DEVLIN, SANDRA FAYE
National Honor Society: Beta Club: lnter-Racial
DEVLIN, SHARON KAYE
National Honor Society: Beta Club: lnter-Racial
Council: FBLA: GRA.
Track: VICA: ICT.
Young Democrats, President: Dancing Warrior
National Honor Society, Secretary: Beta Club,
Vice-President: War Whoop Staff: Math Club:
DINSMORE, GLENN E.
Football, 2 Year Letterman: Track, 3 Year Let-
terman: Stage Crew: Audio-Visual Assistant.
Keyettes: National Honor Society: FBLA.
Senior Class Pres.: Ark. March of Dimes Youth
Chairman: Speaker of the House, Arkansas
Student Congress: FBLA, State Parliamentarian:
DOUGLAS, BRUCE ROBERT
National Honor Society, Treasurer: National
Merit Semi-Finalist: NCTE School Winner:
French Club: Mu Alpha Theta.
FHA: Gymnastics: Creative Writing.
DUDLEY, DEBRA SUSAN
NHS: Keyettes, Corresponding Secretary:
Spanish Club: Pep Club.
DUERR, DAVID W.
NHS: FBLA: Cheer-o-kees: Pep Club.
DYER, GARY w.
DYER, LARRY CHARLES
EALY, CARLETON, CATO
National Honor Society: Beta Club: War
Whoop: National Merit Semi-Finalist: Mu
Student Council: DECA: Art Club: Spanish
Club: New Party.
Warrior Band: All-Region First Band: French
ERION, JAMES PEARSON Ill
Art Club: VICA.
Y-Teens, Service Chairman: Hall Harlequins:
Red Cross: DECA, Chairman: Pep Club.
Keyettes, President: Girls' State Delegate:
National Merit Semi-Finalist: Beta Club, Corre-
sponding and Recording Secretary: National
FIKE, ROBERT STEVEN
Football, 2 Year Letterman: Senior Class Repre-
sentative: Math Club: Junior Favorite: Fund
FISHER, ROBERT ALBRIGHT
National Merit Semi-Finalist: Warrior Band:
National Honor Society: Science Club: Mu
FLANIGAN, LESLIE ANN
Kachinas: Spanish Club: Pep Club.
-FORBIS, ROBERT A.
Chapel Club: National Merit Semi-Finalist:
National Honor Society: Beta Club: School
National Honor Society: Swim Team: Volley-
ball Team: Girls' State: Key Club Calendar:
FUTRELL, ROBIN A.
National Honor Society' FHA- French Club.
GATHRIGHT, SUSAN LYNNETTE
VICA, Parlimentarian, FHA, Prom
Who's Who Among American High Schooligiu-I
Cheer-o-kee Club, Dance Team, Captaiih,V'A',
VICA, Class Treasurer, Graduating CommifteQQii1u'3.E,
GIBSON, CARLA Y. . -
GIRNER, scorr g
War Whoop Staff, Photographer, Warrior
Staff, Photographer, Young Democrats, New
Pfmv' ,oir r I
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'Symohoiiiic Band, Pep Bangifflf L, ,
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VICA, Prom Comrriittee, ICT.
Choir, GRA, lnterellacial Club.
HARRY, KENT I
Key Club, FBLA, ,Spanish Club, Science Club,
Track Team, Interact Club.
Prom Committee, Cheerleader, Co-Captain,
Inkwell, Interact, Vice-President, NHS.
Cross Letterman, Track, 2 Year
National Honor Society, Graduation Commit-
tee, Beta Club, Interact Club, Keyettes.
Keyettes, Spanish Club.
'if' iHENRY,iROBERT ALLEN
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Spanish
GREQQRXAREUWEN I .
HAGAN, MERLIN BUBBA
AFS, Young Democrats, Varsity Football.
Volleyball, ,Track Team, Inter-Racial Council,
Secretary, GRA, Treasurer, Hallmarks.
Varsity Cheerleader, Reserve Cheerleader, Co-
Captain, NHS, Beta Club, Student Council, Mu
Alpha Theta. gf- A
HALL, PAM it 5
Varsity Cheerleader, Keyettes, Kachinas, Pep
Club, Spanish Club.
HAMILTON, DAVID HODGES
Warrior Band, Math Club, French Club.
Hall Harlequins, Football.
HARPER, DAVID 'I
FBLA, Science Club.
HARRIS, BRENDA ,
HARRIS, JOYCE I,
Keyettes, FBLA, Kachinas, Inytgrfllacial Club,
Red Cross. - f
Agghglxb,,Vice-President, Key Club, Track Team.
IENRY WILLIAM BRADLEY
f5lfCross Country, 3 Year Letterman, Science Club,
Treckfe I gm
IHESTERLQWKSH ANN, A
Honor Society, Vice-President, Cheer-
Football, Manager, Cross Country, Track, Man
ager, SRA, Sophomore Rep., Chapel Club
Inter-Racial Council, Hallaires, GRA, Pep Club.
HUNTER, RITA ELAYNE
Hall Harlequins, FTA, Keyettes, Warrior Band.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Science
Cheer-o-kee Club, Vice President, Reserve, Var-
sity Cheerleader, Spanish Club, Young Demo-
crats, Warrior Staff.
JAMEs, EULA MAE ,
Q gQl,A,.Vespers iCommittee,VQProm Committee,
fi ii Council, Choir.
-P+-Iwigglfge Club, President, Vassar 8ook,A,ward, W , ,
Cheer-o-kees. ,1j,JENK,NSL'fPATRlClA ANN
,Ri A .l.:R5'f ' 'fi ' 'fiilfl'
:HIGGINS JOYCE ERR lllfizfj L , f1ff'ff'
' i5i.55UoHNS Ni7ANTHONY ,i.' 'yy
y I-LIGHT, TRACY SAMANTHA Club, smdenfftbuncilf,
National Honor Society, Mu Aloha The,tjiif,g5, 7 A' I , I
. .k . I- J - ' . ff? '
Cheer o ees, Eng ishl ukniorl Award, Beta ,V ,jqw S0N'Cl-INTON EARL K K ,
CM" 1 Q, If riff,-g2i,sicr.
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HILL, RONNIE L. C. 3,
Football Team, vice-President ' Q klffgflf GREGORY
Class, Key Club, Assistant Secretory,iStudent'g ',',, . , ,af e G'-fflm'
A lilllllllllciub- L-ioE R I - VICA I
HLNCH, DANIEL ttr. Rf I ' S, d f , 'W ' ,eP?'he" f
.Science Club, President, Graduatiortg k 5 or Omen S RI9 ls' '
If,e3f?,IZ2o' Hom' ' A
P ' lNqis9gqi, Honor society, new Club, VICA,
HOCUTT MIKE if ...SpQii.tsb,Club, Kachinas.
HODGESEROBERT .1 '
National Honor Society,iBeta Club, Mtifigilijthp . ' ' nmol- on '
Theta, Science Club. fit. I VICKI F
HODGES, SYLVESTER '
HOGG, JOAN l 1 , Illffryifif N
Student Council, Cheer-o-kees, Spanish Club, FI:ABR?dAbCCgIIE Cl b, FL, h CI 5 A
Inter-Club Council, FBLA, Secretary, Homecom- n em: clengsf' -U I 'gnc U 7 F57
ing Court, 2 Years. 'l'i -' 'ff I I
HONEYCUTT, SUE fg'ilE'g:'lflEIA
HoPsoN, TONY ' F
DECA, Secretary. KLNNAMAN, BRENDA I
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha
Theta, Secretary, Young Democrats, Secretary,
Senior Class Secretary.
Reserve Cheerleader, Captain, Varsity Cheer-
leader, National Honor Society, Spanish Club,
lHomecoming Court, 3 Years, FBLA, AFS.
KREPS, LEWIS WILLIAM
'National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha
lTheta, Student Council, AFS.
FBLA, Senior Gift Committee.
YDECA, Library Club.
I ANGSTON, SANDY
allmarks, FTA, New Party.
EE, DIANA suE
BLA, Keyettes, FHA, Library Club, Students for
FS, NHS, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Treas.,
EWIS, CURTIS MICHAEL
and, Science Club, Young Democrats, Mu
OCKE, JAMES BYRON
ootboll, 2 -Year Letterman, Homeroom Vice-
resident, Inkwell Staff, Spanish Club, Stage
rack, Cross Country, Science Club.
BLA, Red Cross, Inter-Club Council, Prom
OVETI', ARTHUR D.
punish Club, Pep Club, Cheer-o-kee Club,
arsity Cheerleader, AFS, Vice-President,
HS, Student Council, Secretary, Tennis Team,
arsity, Volleyball Team, Varsity, Science Club.
FBLA, Key Club, American Legion Basketball.
MCDUFF, MARY BETH
Cheervo-kees, FBLA, Pep Club.
Cheer-o-kees, FBLA, Pep Club, Prom Commit-
Choral Club, DECA.
Inter-Racial Council, Hallmarks, GRA, Hall Hor-
MARLIN, TANYA L.
Student Council, Interact, Treasurer, Inkwell,
Vespers Committee, Hallmarks.
Hallmarks, Inter-Racial Council, GRA, Keyettes,
VICA, Secretary. l
MILLE, CAROL ELAINE
Pep Club, Kachinas, Historian, Spanish Club,
Young Democrats, Prom Committee.
MILLER, CARLTON H.
Cheer-o-kees, Captain, Science Club, Hall Har-
lequins, Cheer-o-kees, Sergeant-at-Arms.
MITCHELL, DANA LINN
Library Club, FBLA.
MITCHELL, LEE ELLEN
Hallmarks, French Club, AFS, Prom Committee.
GRA, French Club, FBLA, Red Cross.
MOORE, KATHY REGINA
Junior Class Representative, Student Council,
PrincipaI's Cabinet, Debate Team, Inter-Racial
Council, Chairman, National Honor Society,
Beta Club, Homecoming Court, Key Club Cal-
endar Girl, Keyettes, Spanish Club.
Key Club, Track, FBLA, National Honor Soci-
ety, National Merit Commended Student.
National Honor Society, FBLA, Keyettes, Hall
Harlequins, Students for Women's Rights.
New Party, VICA.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Kachinas,
Treasurer, Warrior Staff, Business Manager,
MORRISON, MARY ANN
Cheer-o-kee Club, Keyettes, FBLA, Gift Com-
mittee, Spanish Club.
MURPHY, ROBERT A.
Basketball, 2 Year Letterman, Capt., Student
Council, Treas., National Honor Society, Beta
Club, Mu Alpha Theta, National Merit Letter of
NELSON, ANDREA ANITA
Co-Editor, Inkwell, Hall Harlequin.
FBLA, Interact Club, Spanish Club, Key Club,
French Club, Pres., National Honor Society,
Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Keyettes.
OGBURN, GAIL A.
Y-Teens, FHA, Red Cross, New Party.
National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta,
FBLA, Young Democrats, Keyettes, Kachinas,
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Student
Dance Team, Co-Captain.
Stage Crew, Assistant Manager, French Club,
Secretary-Treasurer, Science Club, Warrior
Band, Fire Marshall, Chief, Student Council.
War Whoop Staff, FBLA, Industrial Arts Club.
Football, 3 Year Letterman, Golf, Key Club,
SRA, Vice-President, History Club. 'll
PERKINS, JO ANN
PERKOYICH, LINDSEY u ,,
National Honor Society, Reserve Cheerleader,
Varsity Cheerleader, GRA, Prom Coriiirnittee.
FBLA, Metro., Printing.
Art Club, Pres., Key Club.
PFLEEGOR, BECKY '
Hall Harlequins, Students for Women's Rights,
New Party. le
PHILLIPS, ESSIE MAE
lnliwell, Editor, Student Congress, Puglia? '
mentarian, AFS. l ,Qi
Pins, CYNTHIA, ., .
POOLE, NANcILOu V
National Honor Society, Warrior Band, FBLA,
French Club, Kindergarten. 5
PO PE, DAVID
PORTER, CINDY ' I
Inter-Racial Council, Hallmarks, Vice-President,
Young Democrats, French Club, Treasurer, Sci-
ence Club. .V
ICT, Inter-Racial Council.
PORTER, WILLIE RAY
Football, 2 Year Letterman, Key Club, Mu
Alpha Theta, Gift Committee.
VICA, ICT, Warrior Band.
National Honor Society.
PRICE, BOBBY RAY
PRICE, ROBERT 1
FBLA, Key Club. ,
PRUlTT,ARTl'iURif' I .
Student Council, ViCegPi'eSident,fBeta Club, Key
Club, Secretary, Mu Alpha Theta, Science Club.
FBLA, Chapel Club.
National Honor Society, Keyettes, Beta Club,
Key Club, Science Club.
RHODES, TANYA SHALLEENE
FBLA, French Club, Monitor.
RICHARD, EUGENE REUBEN '
National Honor Society, Pres., National Merit
Semi-Finalist, Graduation Committee, Cof
Chairman, Student Council, War Whoop Staff.
RICHARDSON, GEORGE H. ,
Football, 3 Year Letterman, Track, Ark..
Gazette Superteam. I
RIFFEL, KATHY LAINE
Whoop, Editor, Quill and Scroll, Presiy.,
eeeflent, National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key-J.
I ettes. . -
ROBERTS, rRANc:EscA ,
AFS iixchange Student, Hall Harlequins, Vice- Vyyl
President, AFS, President, National Honor Soli-,
ety, Reader's Theater. I' 11' I
Football, 2 Year Letterman, Key Club, Vice
President, Lonesome Tumbleweeds Singini
Hallmarks, FBLA, National Honor Society, Bet.
Club, New Party.
Students for Women's Rights, New Party, Hal
Harlequins, Young Democrats, FBLA. '
DECA, Vice President, Homeroom.
3 Year Letterman, Football, 2 Year Letterman
Basketball, Track, Sophomore Favorite.
Football, Key Club.
Basketball, Art Club, PTSA.
National Honor Society, French Club, Warrioi
Band, Reading Club.
SLATER, CHARLENE ANNETTE .
Kachinas, GRA, Inter-Racial Council. I
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SMITH,BILLY .A , ,
Football, Track, Drafting, President, Key
cIuB,AficIuB., eff iisi fi I I
SMITH, CONNIE f E I
GRA, Choral Club, lnterekogial Council. , 3
ROBINSON, LEE HEMPSTEADW . s ,
New Party. I DAVID I I I 11:
ROBINSONMARK, 5f25iiig?"ili,SMlTH,lDOUGLAS R., ,
I I P
ROGERS, SANDS - 4
FBLA. . I A , if SMITH, WANDA
FBLA, President, NemmeiiH?qggg252eiegy,.,geIq yy., .A Y
Club: 5P0nish.Club: ,,,V .SORENSONI ERIK
- iiudio-Visual Monitor, New Party, Art Club,
SAMPSON, LAEUVERNEH l specx, TOM
DECAI I , . .A -
Secretary, FBLA, I SPENCER, CINDY .
- ' I yyyt is Cheer-o-kees, Keyettels, Spanish Club, FHA,
5CHAF5R.M'CHAE1iRit?f isiii ji . FBLA. P I
rBLA,seeeI,Ii Clubgliey-Gl,iiHSiNeii5fRS'tl5iSRed ' . I
C' ill I I Q11 1 " I I
Q yres 3' ' STAFFORD, WILLIAM RANDALL, I
JSCHARFF MARK . 'Y J' seienee Club, Warrior Band, AFS, Compute!
' A I ilt' gli ,Business Gan-Ie.
SCOTT, CINDY I ., 1 y i ,,,.
Cheer-o-kee, Keyettes, Prom Committee, Peg,
Club. . ,ik
SCOTT, DEBBIE D"D
SCOTT, JAMES MICHAEL
STANLEY,QglQI5l,N-YK. . A
National Semi-Finalist, Beta Club, Presi,
dent, Natiiindliilrlonor Society, Student Council,
Key Club, MufAlpha Theta, Science Club.
QSTOREY, JEANNES. ., . I ,
'National Honor Society, Reseryei Cheerleader
Y-Teens, Vice-President,President, Studen
Cou,n,ciI,,Secretary. -1- if 5'
Pep Club, Young Democrats, Y-Teens, French
Cheer-o-kees, Pep Club.
Pep Club, Cheer-o-kees, Co-Captain, Spanish
Club, President, Y-Teens.
SUNDERMANN, WILLIAM ERWIN
Warrior, Editor-in-Chief, National Honor Soci-
ety, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Key Club.
SURRATT, HAROLD J.
SWINT, WILLIAM JEFFREY
Red Cross, President, Basketball, 3 Years, Key
Pep Club, Choral Club, VICA.
TATE, EDWARD L.
DECA, Arkansas Student Library Association,
Treasurer, Library Club, Hall Choir.
Warrior Bond, President, lnkwell, Co-Editor,
National Honor Society.
TEER, JANE ELIZABETH
Interact Club, Secretary, Keyettes.
THOMAS, GLORIA J.
FBLA, DE, Inter-Racial Council.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Varsity
Cheerleader, Reserve Cheerleader, Keyettes,
HOMPSON, CYNTHIA LYNN
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha
Theta, Science Club, Reporter, Spanish Club.
THOMPSON, SHARON KAYE
VICA, Class President.
Football, Red Cross.
Basketball, 3 Years.
EIMS, ENOCH JR.
FBLA, Fund Raising Committee, Football, 3
Years, All-State, All-American, Gazette Super
Team, Track, 4 Years, All-State.
Cheer-o-kees, Hall High Junior Miss, Pep Club,
Keyettes, Warrior, Associate Editor.
Art Club, Students for Women's Rights, New
Party, Stage Crew.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Keyettes,
Spanish Club, Young Democrats.
Hallmarks, All-Region Choir.
Football, 3 Years.
TURNER, TONY R.
TYER, LEE ANN
Art Club, DECA, New Party.
National Honor Society, Prom Committee, Beta
Club, Key Club, Warrior Band.
VOSS, ROGER E.
Football, Science Club, Red Cross.
WAGNER, CHARLES .l.
National Honor Society.
WASHINGTON, MONROE LARRY
FBLA, Varsity Basketball, Graduation Commit-
FBLA, Treasurer, Beta Club, National Honor
Society, Key Club, War Whoop Staff.
National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, War-
rior Band, Science Club.
WESTBROOK, DEBRA A. I
WHEELER, SHIRLEY MARIE ' ' I
Inter-RaciaL.,Council, Prom Committee, Kachi-
nas, Hall Harlequins, GRA.
ICA. WHITE, JANIS A.
Interact Club, New Party.
WHITE, MARY JACQUELINE
Hall Harlequins, Young Democrats, Vice-Presi-
dent, Red Cross, Vice-President, Prom Commit-
Cheer-o-kees, Keyettes, Senior Gift Committee.
National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Beta
Club, Bolivian Exchange Student, Science Club.
Hall Harlequins, GRA ll.
WILLIAMS, JOYCE EILEEN
Student Council, Beta Club, FTA, FBLA, Inter-
National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Mu
Alpha Theta, Science Club.
Keyettes, National Honor Society, Kachinas.
WILLIAMS, SANDRA PAYE
Cheer-o-kees, FHA, Y-Teens, Inter-Racial Coun-
cil, Pep Club.
Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, DECA.
Kachinas, President, National Honor Society,
Keyettes, Hallmarks, Beta Club.
WITHERSPOON, MARY T.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Inkwell
Staff, Science Club, Volleyball Team.
Cheer-o-kee Club, Treasurer, Cheer-o-kees,
National Honor Society, Beta Club, Science
Club, AFS, Young Democrats.
Pep Band, Warrior Band, Basketball.
National Honor Society, Beta Club, War
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Abernathy, Beverly 164
Abraham, Dana 20, 55, 62,
Abraham, Mrs. Lucy 129
Acchione, David 71, 84, 212
Ackerman, Jim 194
Ackerman, Susan 194
Adams, Beverly 33, 71, 194
Adams, James 129
Adams, John 212
Adcock, Donna 212
Addis, Tommy 35, 164
ADVERTISER'S INDEX 242
Akel, Annette 194
Akins, Vanessa 117, 164
Allison, Janis 212
Allums, Becky 212
Alman, Larry 164
Altenburger, Janet 164
Altenburger, Nancy 194
Altheimer, Silas 212
Anderson, Terri 66, 74, 106,
Anderson, Velda 194, 248
Andrews, Jimmy 194
Apple, Billy 212
Apple, Vicki 212
Archer, Bill 213
Armstrong, Aimee 213
Armstrong, Marilyn 164
Arnold, Kim 213
ART CLUB 75
Arthurs, Mrs. William 148
Aston, Bruce 4, 194
Aston, Tommy 164
Atkinson, Carrenthia 164
Atkinson, Debra 213
Atkinson, Kathy 91, 194
Austin, Lynn 213
Axvig, Mike 194
Aydelott, Mr. Pat 150
Bailey, Anne 213
Bailey, Becky 164
Bailey, Elizabeth 213
Bailey, Mrs. Robert 139, 166
Baker, Andrea 166
Baker, Cathy 36, 164
Baker, Jana 213
Baker, Kenneth 23, 48, 52,
130, 164, 168, 246
Baker, Loretta 194
Baker, Pam 6, 213
Baldridge, Cathy 194
Baldwin, Lloyd 91
Ball, Mrs. Jerry 154
Ballard, Joe 194
BAND 70, 71
Banasky, Sharon 195
Barclay, Becky 13, 122, 195
Barnwell, Belinda 212, 213
Baroody, Suzanne 33, 71, 85,
Basham, Beverly 213
BASKETBALL 104, 105, 106,
Bass, Debbie 213
Bass, Don 164
Bass, Thomas 164
Batton, Mrs. Robert 146
Bauer, Erich 23, 185
Beadle, Janet 8, 19, 79, 122,
Bealer, Beverly 171, 195
Bealer, Cynthia 213
Beard, Barbie 73
Beasley, Lisa 214
Becker, Hazel 13, 24, 31, 46
47, 55, 61,165,170
Becker, Paul 40, 213
Becton, DeAnn 22, 39, 86,
87, 120, 165, 174
Bedford, Linda 56, 117, 195
, Mr. A.T.8, 144
Becky 61, 147, 165
Debbie 17, 122, 165
Elizabeth 70, 195
Benson, Charles 214
Benson, Synicia 165
Benton, Clark 214
Besser, Vikki 35, 137, 165
Best, James 195
BETA CLUB 55
Bickerstaff, Patrice 214
Bizzell, Eddie 195
Black, Christy 214
Blaes, Kim 61,195
Block, Tammy 214
Blood, Earl 214
Blood, Judy 195
Blythe, Randy 214
Bogard, Ronnie 96, 97, 98,
Boggess, Pattie 36
Bohanon, Vicki 91, 195
Bokamper, Jerry 165
Bonds, Michael 195
Boone, Debra 22, 121, 195
Boshears, Ronnie 195
Bosley, Michael 165
Bowen, Joe 214
Boyce, Mr. Merel 146
Boykin, Tammy 145
BOYS' STATE 65
Bozeman, Vicky 214
Bracey, Mrs. John V. 158
Brack, Robert 146
Bracy, Carol 122, 195
Bracy, Robert 214
Braden, James 86, 146, 165
Braden, Lee 72, 73, 165
Bradford, Phyllis 196
Bram, Becca 76, 165
Brannon, Rodney 214
Briggs, Sheryl 214
Brillhart, Don 214
Britton, Harold 97, 102
Brizendine, Nancy 122, 123,
Brock, Sandra 117, 165
Brooks, Cheryl 196
Burks, Kathy 122, 196
Burks, Lynn 74,118, 166,
Burks, Tammy 122, 196
Burl, William 196
Burnham, Robert 70, 71, 196
Burnham, Ronnie 166, 176
Burton, Mark 4,19,112,l15,
Bush, Linda 89, 166
Bush, Mary 56, 196
Bush, Nancy 215
Bushman, Laura 74, 166
Butler, Ernie 196
Butler, Keith 114, 215
Butler, Tony 215
Buzbee, John 215
Buzbee, Risa 61, 139, 166
Byers, Brad 215
Byers, Jack 68, 69, 166
Byrd, Marion 215, 250
Caillouette, Mrs. Ed 159
Calhoun, Jerry 166
Calhoun, Julie 79
Calloway, Mr. Norman 155
Campbell Donna 166
Campbell Mark 215
Brooks, Donald 196
Brooks, Mr. Emmanuel 153
Brown, Adrienne 33, 53, 71,
Brown, Mrs. Charles W. 158
Brown, Cheryl 196
Brown, Deborah 196
Brown, Gary 215
Brown, Lee 196
Brown, Leigh Ann 22, 73,
Brown, Patricia 165
Brown, Paul 165
Brown, Robert 196
Brown, Robin 165
Brown, Rosa 215
Brown, Sherrie 22, 57, 79,
Brown, Shirley 117, 196
Brown, Whit 215
Brossett, Troy 215
Broyles, Yvette 196
Brunn, Pam 196
Bryan, Coach Phillip 97, 102,
Buchanan, Eugene 70, 166
Buffington, Mark 166
Burford, Laura 13, 59, 86,
Burks, Gail 166
Campbell, Sarah 215
Capriotti, Linda 61, 167
Capriotti, Susan 215
Carpenter, Mrs. Roland 157
Carrigan, Felicia 167
Carter, Carolyn 13, 19, 20,
21,22,47,119, 120, 167,
Carter, Jeff 76, 134, 167 ,
Carter, Joe 167
Carter, Tara 216
Cat, Calico 250
Chambers, Anita 216
Chambers, Julie 216
Chance, Mrs. Jack 158
CHAPEL CLUB 60
Chase, Andy 14, 34, 75, 80,
Chase, Matt 216
Chenowith, Lonnie 216
Cheyne, Beverly 167
Chilcote, Freddie 118, 167
chaicoie, David 216 '
Christian, Dodson 197
Christie, Mrs. Tom 77, 138
Chunn, Theopolis 197
Clark, Darel 197
Clark, Karen 167
Clark, Mary Ann 167
Clark, Tom 216
Cline, Donna 216
Cobb, Roger 56, 167
Cochran, Hal 167
Cohen, Jerry 81, 157, 197
Cohen, Phillip 167
Colcough, Robbie 216
Colclough, Sheryl 66, 167
Cole, Irma 216
Coleman, Rosie 73, 167
Coley, Carrie 168
Collins, Charlotte 217
Compton, Jim 197
Conard, Cheryl 61, 168
Coney, Debbie 217
Conway, Edwin 97, 102
Cook, Kim 122, 123,197
Cooper, Deborah 168
Cooper, Scott 70, 197
Copeland, Karen 70, 71, 217
Copping, Cindy 217
Cornelsen, Jeff 22, 32, 73,
Courtney, Larry 168, 181
Cox, Jim 70, 197
Cox, Tom 217
Craig, Tena 217
Crank, Jim 217
Cravens, Cathy 217, 45, 249
Craver, Justin 168
Crawford, Luke 168, 118
Cribbs, Ruby 35, 139, 168
Crofton, Susan 80, 168
Cromwell, Jamie 217
Crook, Pearlie 81, 217
Crosby, Mrs. Willis 140
Crownover, Rodney 217
Crump, Arnard 168
Crutcher, Phyllis 73, 168
Cullins, Carolyn 217
CUM LAUDE 36
Cummins, Hazel 197
Cummins, Marilyn 217
Cupples, David 217
Dabbs, Cindi 197
Dade, Ronald 217
Dance, Mrs. Dennis 143
Daniels, Walter 218
Daugherty, Drew 198
Davidson, Jerry 198
Davis, Brian 155
Davis, Granger 168
Davis, Greg 97, 102, 198
Davis, Herman 134
Davis, Juanita 70, 218
Davis, K. D. 218
Davis, Michael 115
Davison, Dale 169
Day, Carolyn 169
Dearborn, Steve 91, 198
Deason, Dorcas 169
Deer, Jim 97, 98, 102, 198
Denny, Jay 1 15, 198
Devlin, Jacquelyn 198
Devlin, Pam 218
Devlin, Sandra 65, 163, 169
Devlin, Sharon 65, 163, 169
Dickson, Sandra 218
Diesel, Mr. John 134
Dietz, Eadie 32, 55, 70, 71,
79, 85, 198
Dietz, Elise 218
Dilday, Joe 198
Dillahunty, Julie 57, 218, 26
Dillahunty, Patti 36
Diner, Brad 63, 169
Diner, Jan 38, 46, 54, 55, 76,
Diner, Jeff 1 8, 218
Dinsmore, Glenn 74, 1 16,
169, 97, 98, 102
Dix, Jan 198
Dixon, Michael 199
Dixon, Randy 70, 218
Dixon, Sandra 218
Dobbs, Kevin 169
Dodson, Peggy 73, 199
Dontenville, Denise 218
Doramus, Mark 97, 102, 199
Doramus, Paul 31, 46, 17,
24, 23,162, 169
Dorchester, Charlie 97, 102
Dossett, Dwayne 199
Douglas, Alan 33, 71, 218
Douglas, Bruce 36, 39, 46,
54, 76, 147, 169
Downer, Glenda 218
Draper, Bryan 136
Duck, Kenneth 218
Duck, William 137
Dudderar, Tracey 169
Dudley, Debbie 61, 169
Dudley, Donna 6, 218
Duerr, David 146, 169
Dukett, Cindy 199
Dunham, Leann 149, 170
Dungan, Gail 36
Durden, Patty 70, 219
Ealy, Billy 219
Ealy, Cato 36, 39, 76, 147,
Easby-Smith, John 170
Eberle, Barbi 134, 170
Edwards, Mrs. Katherine 63
Edwards, Kim 22, 72, 73, 199
Elders, Mr. Oliver 155
Eliott, Cindy 71,170
Elms, David 19, 90, 199
Ensminger, Liz 219
Erion, Doug 199
Erion, Jimmy 170
Essary, Beth 170
, Mary Lou 199
Evans, Patty 3, 10, 199
Evans, Scott 71 , 70, 170
Faas, Carolyn 219
FADS 28, 29
Fair, Dr. Paul 126
Faison, Raymond 97, 102,
FAMOUS OF HALL 30
Fason, Abbey 170
Faulk, Mr. Weldon 53, 130,
Feild, Jean 11, 55, 61,170
Fell, Mary 10, 22, 57, 121,
Fells, Valeria 219, 249
Fendley, Mrs. Gordon 157
Ferrell, Renee 219
FIFTIES DAY 26, 27
Fike, Laura 219
Fike, Steve 24, 28, 47, 49,
53, 69, 102, 162, 170,
Fikes, Robbie 219
Files, Damon 219
Filter, Jonathan 36
Finch, Leslie 199
Finley, Janice 170
Finnegan, Peggy 36
Fisher, Bob 36, 38, 170
Fitzgerald, Mary Beth 32
Flaherty, Mr. Reo 143
Flanigan, Leslie 171
Flath, Earl 70, 199
Flath, Martha 219
Floyd, Gloria 219
Fluellen, Renita 171
Flynn, Kim 122, 199
Forbess, Nick 219
Forbis, Sandy 219
Fortenberry, Mr. John 126,
Fosburgh, Greg 199
Foster, Kirby 97, 102
Fowler, Mr. William 126, 127
Fox, Tim 27, 35, 36, 171,
Fox, Tom 219
Fraim, Beth 171
Frazier, Brenda 199
Frazier, Linda 49, 65, 171,
Franks, Brent 76, 199
FRENCH CLUB 85
Furnatter, Karen 7, 142, 199
Futrell, Jeff 220
Futrell, Robin 171
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
OF AMERICA 68, 69
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
FUTURE TEACHER OF
Galloway, Trent 22, 42, 73,
146, 166, 199
Garmon, Suzanne 220, 244
Garner, Peter 220
Garrison, Linda 199
Garrison, Nelson 112, 113,
1 15, 199
Gatchell, David 220
Gathright, Jody 71
Gathright, Susan 91, 171
Gatlin, Frank 220
Geiger, Glenn 220
Geiger, Russell 32
Gentry, Gynger 21, 220
Getty, Don 220
Gibby, Rhonda 73, 199
Gibson, Carla 117, 171
Gibson, Jean 220
Gilliam, Leo 220
Gillum, A. W. 129
Gilmore, Gail 220
GIRLS' STATE 65
Glasscock, Calvin 171
Glasscock, Paul 21, 220
Glenn, Terry 97, 102
Grubbs, Linda 200
Hadfield, Chuck 200
Hagan, Bubba 99, 102, 171
Hairston, Deborah 73, 171
Halbert, Melanie 22, 120,
Hall, Cathy 21, 90, 200
HALL HARLEQUINS 74
Hall, Mark 200
Hall, Pam 22, 120,172
HALLMARKS 72, 73
Hamilton, Mrs. Catherine 144
Hamilton, David 34, 38, 71,
Hamilton, Tyrone 200
Hampton, Curtis 221
Hampton, Tim 96, 99, 102,
Haney, Lisa 81, 221
Hankins, Mrs. Judy 146
Hanna, Wendy 159, 221
Hansen, Miss Anne 134, 137
Hansen, Lisa 70, 200
Hardie, Elizabeth 88, 200
Hardwick, Alan 70, 221
Harms, Mrs. Ed 148
Harper, David 172
Delta 116, 221
, Janet 73, 146, 200
Leotis 1 12
Lonnie 1 14
Theodis 1 12
Kent 48, 59, 115, 172
Godfrey, Debbie 171
Goode, David 199
Goodman, Alan 199
Goodwin, Sandra 220
Gordan, Sam 199
Grace, Ted 221
Grasinger, Kitty 75, 199
Grasinger, Mackie 76, 171
Graupner, Bud 73, 199
Graves, Paul 171
Gray, Cheryl 166, 199
Grayson, Karen 199
Green, George 200
Green, Lawrence 99, 102
Green, Mrs. Marion 134, 249
Green Phyllis 91, 200
Green, Sheila 221
Greenwood, Jack 74, 200
Gregory, Barry 71, 171
Gregory, Ruben 171
Grimes, Joseph 171
Grubbs, Doug 70, 166, 200
Hart, Bobby 200
Hart, Jean 70, 221
Hart, Neill 129
Harvey, Sara 221
Harville, Robbin 122, 200
Hatcher, Holly 18, 200
Hathorn, David 220
Hatzfeld, Nancy 33, 70, 200
Haut, Allyson 200
Haynie, Carole 86, 120, 172,
Heber, Chris 200
Heber, Ritchie 112, 172
Hedrick, Cindy 172
Henderson, Marvin 220
Henderson, Noble 146
Hendrix, Chet 220
Henry, Bob 65, 172
Henry, Brad 112, 1 16, 167,
Henry, Diane 152, 172, 178
Henry, Tim 201
Henslee, Lou 220
Henson, Alexander 99, 102,
1 14, 172
Herman, Alex 24, 33, 35, 53,
99, 102, 140, 201, 247
Herman, Warner 74, 220
Herndon, Martha 25
Hesterly, Ernie 70, 201
Hesterly, Leigh Ann 30, 46,
54, 122, 172
Higgins, Joyce 172
Higgins, Larita 201
Higgins, Marilyn 201
Hight, Tracy 38, 172
Hill, Mark 142
Hill, Ronnie 172, 251
Hinch, Dan 11, 82,172
HISTORY CLUB 83
Hocutt, Kay 70, 220
Hocutt, Mike 172
Hodge, Mrs. Jerry 143
Hodges, David 146, 222
Hodges, Robert 17, 172
Hof, Carl 201
Hogg, Jana 222
Hogg, Joan 69, 122, 123,
Holt, Geraldine 222
HOMECOMING 24, 25
Honeycutt, Tom 99, 102, 222
Hooks, Karen 64, 201
Hoover, Dale 222
Hope, Jimmy 201
Hope, Sherry 222
Hopkins, Noel 222
Hopson, Tony 90, 172
Horne, Gena 222
Hossler, Kathy 142
House, Raymond 222
House, Scott 201
Houseler, Kathy 201
Houston, James 201
Howard, Donald 201
Howell, John 64, 83, 172
Hudgins, Barby 172
Hudgins, Suzi 222
Hulsey, Marian 147
Humphrey, Betty 173
Humphrey, Bobbie 121, 174
Humphreys, Tammy 88, 222
Hunter, Edwin 201
Hunter, Gerald 222
Hunter, Rita 71 , 174, 251
Huntington, Mike 174
Hurd, Arberdella 222
Hurd, Leroy 115, 222
Hurley, Carol 22, 49, 79,
Hurley, Jane 22, 121 , 201
Hurvey, Patrice 222
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INTERACT CLUB 86
INTER-RACIAL CLUB 56
Ivy, Roslyn 174
Jackson, Dwayne 99, 102
Jackson, John 112, 115, 222
Jackson, Morris 115, 142
Jaco, John 36
Jacuzzi, Nancy 73, 201
James, Eula 174
James, Scott 222
Jenkins, Patricia 174
Johnson, Barbara 122, 202
Johnson, Clinton 174
Johnson, Denise 222
Johnson, Edward 223
Johnson, Gerald 202
Johnson, Latanya 1 17, 202
Johnson, James 223
Johnson, Mrs. Louis 148
Johnson, Penny 73, 202
Johnson, Tawanna 223
Johnson, Terry 202
Mrs. Woody 148
Cindy 89, 174
Jones, Jill 89, 174
Jones, Keith 8, 142, 202
Jones, Leonard 174
Jones, Leslie 223
Jones, Mark 223
Jones, Patricia 223
Jones, Samuel 223
Jones Shirley 223
Jones, Toney 99, 102, 202
Jordan, Dearthur 223
Jordan, Debbie 174
Karpoff, Matt 223
Kavel, Kevin 223
Kellim, Mrs. Michael 154
Kelly, Craig 143, 155
Kendricks, Lisa 73, 202
Kent, Mr. Sam 140, 250
Keopple, Coach C. W. 24, 96,
102, 103, 99, 155, 249
Kessler, Kes 223
KEY CLUB 59
Kimbro, Holt 223
Kimbro, Jacque 175
Kinnaman, Brenda 48, 64,
Kirkpatrick, Debbie 17, 81,
Kirkpatrick, Donna 17, 34,
49, 120, 135, 149, 174,
Klein, John 202
Koike, Paul 71
Kolb, Jimmy 224
Kreps, Lewis 27, 38, 175
Kullander, Kevin 99, 102,
1 14, 224
Kyle, Dorcy 63, 202
Kyser, Greg 1 75
Lamar, Matt 202
Lamb, Sherrill 175
Landes, Michael 224
Langston, Floyd 127
Langston, Sandy 72, 73
Lantrip, Mike 202
Larson, Connie 22, 121, 202
Lawrence, Mr. Robert 53, 131
Lawson, James 175
Lee, Diana 175
Lee, George 224
Lee, Rosemary 175
Leeks, Tonya 224
Leeks, Verna 175
Leroux, Sue 15, 81, 203
Lessenberry, Jack 224
Lester, Robyn 224
Leverett, Mr. Charles 145
Lewandoski, Tricia 1 1, 175
Lewis, Annie 175
Lewis, Curtis 176
Lewis, Karen 1 17, 203
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUB
Light, Whit 203
Linder, Jeff 146
Lipkins, Linda 67
Little, Mark 224
Locke, Byron 176
Locke, Dwight 224
Lockwood, Joel 203
Lokey, Allain 143, 203
Long, Bob 112, 115, 224
Long, Dave 71,I14,115,
Long, Fred 97, 98, 101, 102,
Long, Laura 71, 224
Long, Richard 82, 176
Looney, Laura 224
Longfellow, Matt 73, 203
Loss, Mary Kay 57, 224
Lott, Marilyn 224
Loveless, Harriet 139, 176
Lovett, Art 73
Lowe, Amy 36
Lucas, Jay 64, 83, 203
Lusby, Lynn 87, 120, 122,
Lynn, Laurie 38, 65, 118, 176
Lynn, Rena 29, 68, 69,176
Mackey, Mark 224
Main, Nadine 21, 203
Manley, Francis 72, 73, 176
Marlin, Tanya 86, 176
Marshall, Bobby 91, 176
Marshall, Pamela 66, 89, 176
Marshall, Phyllis 67, 152,
203, 245, 247
Martin, Dayna 203
Martin, Linda 225
Martin, Mark 203
Martin, Matt 203
Martin, Randy 176
Martin, Rick 203
Matheny, Susie 121, 203
Matthews, Boyd 99, 102, 225
Matthews, John 225
Maxwell, Freda 225
Mayhan, Miss Minnie Lee 157
Maynard, Miss Angela 141
McCarroll, Robin 225
McCoy, Marcus 176
McCray, Marty 1 77
McDuff, Mary Beth 163, 177
McElroy, Laurie 17, 122, 177
McEwen, Melissa 122, 177
McGee, Jim 1 1 2, 115, 203
McGee, Linda 177
McGehee, Julie 245
McGill, Sheree 177
McGrew, Charlie 225
McGuire, Kim 71
McHenry, Lisa 177
McHenry, Robert 129
McKelvey, Cindy 203
McKelvey, Linda 73
McKinstry, Marcia 8, 17, 43,
McLeod, Bill 76, 203
McMillan, Allen 225
McMurry, Linda 225
McNeese, Rebecca 177
Meadows, Mariorie 177
Medley, Jimmie 203
Medsker, Belinda 225
Meehan, Joe 225
Mellor, Roy 203
Michel, Suzanne 154, 225
Mikesell, Kevin 73, 203
Mille, Carol 84, 177, 178
Miller, Carlton 122, 166, 177,
Miller, Cheryl 81, 225
Miller, Denis 99, 102
Miller, Mrs. John D. 137
Miller, Laura 118, 203
Miller, Margo 225
Minor, Mrs. Virginia 152
Mitchell Beverly 67
Mitchell Dana 6, 88, 177
Mitchell, Jim 226
Mitchell Karen 226
Mitchell, Lee Ellen 73, 87,
Mitchell, Loyd 226
Mitchell, Reid 112
Mitchell, Sharon 226
Mize, Teresa 203
Moncrief, Sidney 40, 65, 136
Montgomery, Chris 177
Montgomery, Keith 81, 226
Moody, Ben 32, 73, 96, 99,
Moore, Angela 74, 203
Moore, Donna 226
Moore, Jerry 226
Moore, Kathy 46, 56, 177
Moore, Lorenzo 203
Moore, Mr. Lovell 53, 131
Moore, Mark 226
Moore, Mike 115, 177
Moore, Terry 8, 74, 99, 102,
Moore, Vicki 177
Moore, Vivian 203
Moore, Wally 35
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Moorhead, Dottie 18, 89,
Moorman, Colleen 18, 58,
78, 79, 166, 178
Morgan, Bobby 226
Morgan, Kay 154, 226
Morgan, Michael 226
Morrison, Jan 122, 203
Morrison, Mary Ann 15, 122,
Morriss, Tony 226
Morton, Cia 227
Mosley, Mr. Charles 143
Mosley, Maggie 227
Mosley, Mitzi 152
Moss, Linda 227
Moult, Vernon 227
MU ALPHA THETA 62
Mulkey, Eddie 112
Mullins, Melissa 58, 73, 166,
Munden, Susan 204
Murphy, Mark 99, 101, 102,
Murphy, Patrice 64, 83, 204
Murphy, Robert 38, 166, 178
Murray, Joann 227
Myers, Jamie 71, 227
Myers, Paula 204
Myhand, Frank 204
Nance, Paul 82, 204
Nash, Eunice 227
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS
Neighbors, John 204
Neighbors, Larry 227
Nelson, Andrea 35, 80, 178
Nelson, Diane 227
Nelson, Wilma Jean 227
Nesbitt, Melanie 227
Newman, Paul 227
NEW PARTY 64
Nichols, Caroline 227
Nichols, Curlee 227
Nicholson, Bill 76, 77, 204
Nieburg, Lisa 148, 178
Nilles, Carol 204
Nooner, Clifton 227
Nordengren, Cheryl 140, 204
Norman, Mrs. Ernest 136,
Norman, Mrs. John 144, 145
Norton, Martha 36
Odom, Carlene 85, 147, 178
Odom, Diane 228
O'Donoghue, Michael 228
Ogburn, Gail 134, 141
Ogburn, Vickie 204
Ohnemus, Cathy 228
Oliver, Patrick 251
Oliver, Mrs. Rodger 159
Oliver, Tricia 58, 69, 79, 204
O'Neal, Cynthia 3, 204
Otwell, Bruce 228
Pagan, Joe 12, 162, 178
Palmer, Lynette 56, 178
Palmer, Melba 229
Palnick,Lazar12, 71, 74, 85,
Parette, Keith 13, 76, 134,
Parke, Emily 228, 249
Parker, John 112, 1 13, 1 16,
Parrish, Doug 59, 100, 102,
Partridge, Brian 179
Partridge, Hoss 228
Paschal, Rita 169, 179
Paschal, Ronda 35, 140, 204
Patrick, Rhonda 67
Patterson, Mr. David 13, 151
Patterson, Mr. T. E. 129
Payne, Elisa 204
Peacock, Dawn 228
Peacock, Philip 64, 83, 137,
Pence, Mrs. Akers 134
Peoples, Deborah 228
Peoples, Lenora 228
Perkins, Cleon 29, 228
Perkovich, Alyson 228
Perkovich, Lindsey 22, 79,
Perry, Mitchell 179
Peters, Mrs. Raymond 159
Peterson, Greg 96, 100, 102
Peterson, Keith 75, 179
Peterson, Kevin 204
Peterson, Kimberly 30, 57,
Petit, Allen 100, 102, 115,
Petit, Jeff 204
Pfleegor, Becky 35, 139, 163,
Phillips, Essie 179
Phillips, Jan 228
Phillips, Mike 136, 204
Phillips, Scott 80, 168, 179
Pigg, Cecilia 136
Pigg, Sundra 22
Poe, Jeff 204
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Popperfuss, Miss Nancy 81,
Porter, Cindy 63, 72, 73, 179
Porter, Gwen 67
Porter, Portia 79, 122, 204
Porter, Tim 100, 102, 179
Pounders, Phil 13, 19, 30,
100, 102, 171
Powell, Beth 122, 204
Powell, Keith 179
Pratt, Kim 179
Presher, Elizabeth 136, 204
Price, Bobby 179
Profit, Joycelyn 204
Prothro, Jill 229
Prousnitzer, Chuck 229
Pruitt, Arthur 24, 30, 33, 47,
52, 53, 59, 71,166,180
Purtell, Denise 71
Purtell, Jill 229
QUILL 81 SCROLL 77
Quinn, Kelli 229
Quinn, Kelly 70, 84, 229
Radle, Robert 143
Ragland, Anthony 100, 102,
Ragland, Sharon 204
Ragsdale, Bob 73, 204
Ramage, Grant 71 , 229
Rand, Betsy 36
Randel, George 229
Ransick, Cindy 229, 251
Ransom, Cathy 180
Read, Jennifer 56, 63, 78, 79,
RED CROSS 81
Redwine, Kim 180
Reed, Sandra 66, 204
Reichert, Ann 229
Reynolds, Clint 180
Reynolds, Paula 91, 205
Reynolds, Ramona 205
Reynolds, Tim 229
Reynolds, Vivian 23
Rhodes, James 29
Rice, Allyce 57, 122, 205
Richard, Eugene 4, 36, 39,
46, 54, 76, 173, 180
Richardson, Barbi 22, 57, 205
Richardson, George 6, 32,
Richardson, Pam 205
Riffel, Kathy 7, 23, 76, 77,
Riley, Mark 70, 205
Riley, Schatzi 229
Rinde, Debbie 154, 229
Roberts, Francesca 33, 74,
87, 205, 146
Roberts, Karen 205
Robertson, Larry 156
Robinson, Lee 180
Robinson, Leo 153
Robinson, Mark 20
Robinson, Robbie 229
Robinson, Vercy 229
Rogers, Beau 229
Rogers, Mary Jane 39, 138,
Rogers, Lisa 229
Rogers, Sands 8, 180
Rogers, Tony 26, 148
Roper, Perry 229
Ross, Freddie 146
Rosteck, Jayne 1 1, 12, 205
Rowlett, Becky 68, 69, 180
Rowlett, Kathy 230
Royce, Wendy 205
Royer, Denise 205
Ruprecht, Brad 205
Ruprecht, Keith 230
Ruth, Peter 73
Sadler, Sylvia 3, 205
Sampson, LauVern 90, 181
Sanders, Leslie 230
Sanders, Karen 205
Scales, Christi 22, 120, 121,
Schafer, Make 181
Scharff, David 230
Schmitt, Jane 230
Schneider, Werner 86, 206
Schulte, Jane Ann 206
SCIENCE CLUB 82
Cindy 122, 181
Debbie 6, 20, 181, 230
Mark 70, 106
Mike 19, 59,100,101,
Robin 146, 230
Scott, Sheryl 159, 230
Scott, Terri 25, 26, 57, 230,
Seager, Karen 22, 73, 146,
Seale, Kathy 1 1, 206
Searcy, Emma 73, 181
Seay, Lauriel 159, 230
SENIOR ACTIVITIES 37
SENIOR PLAY 35
Shelton, Greg 64, 181
Shepard, Eliiah 230
Shepherd, Don 206
Shindler, David 206
Shoemake, Cindy 230
Shoemaker, Abby 134, 181
Short, Mrs. John 147
Short, Mrs. Louis 158
Short, Shirley 181
Short, Tyrone 100, 102
Siegler, Rocky 100, 102, 103
Simmons, Kreth 75
Simmons, Kurt 181
Simmons, Susan 206
Simons, Sid 206
Simpson, Gay 230
Sims, Collins 230
Sink, Julie 6, 71, 181
Slack, Susan 8, 122, 206
Slater, Charlene 181
Slater, Mrs. Leroy 154
Sloan, Kirby 230
Smalley, Mary 230
Doug 14, 182
, Mrs. Mark 56, 137
, Wanda 28
Snell, Jack 206
Sorenson, Eric 28
SPANISH CLUB 84
Spano, Brenda 231
Sparks, Noveta 206
Spears, Jesse 73
, Anthony 1 46
, Clinton 230
Billy 22, 86
Carmen 68, 230
Connie 73, 182
Speck, Tom 172
Spence, Kathy 70, 88, 230
Spencer, Cindy 122, 182
Spitzer, Christie 146, 230
Springer, Suzette 71, 231
STAGE CREW 74
Stafford, Randy I 1
Stancil, Eddie 91
Stanley, John 36, 55, 182
Stark, Kaye 231
Stathakis, Joanne 25, 141,
Stecks, Lisa 15, 25, 106
Stevens, Douglas 129
White, Arleen 209
Steward, Pam 33, 74, 122,
Stewart, Kate 206
Stewart, Miss Laura M. 157
Stewart, Regina 231
Stiles, Rebecca 36
Stockton, Donna 76, 206
Storey, Jeanne 57, 182
Straley, Nancy 182
Strange, Mrs. John 134
Strauss, Lucy 182
Strauss, Steve 36
Strauss, Trip 84, 206
Stroman, Alan 231
Stroman, Mark 207
Stuckey, Mrs. John 139
Studdard, Terry 90, 207
STUDENT COUNCIL 52
Sullenger, Sandra 84, 122,
Sullivan, Cathy 158, 207
Sundermann, Bill 79, 180,
Sutton, Marilynn 36
Sutton, Robert 207
Svoboda, Karen 230
Swint, Jeff 19, 182
Taaffe, Nancy 154, 231
Taegel, Cheryl 73, 146, 207
Tapley, Tommy 65, 81, 162,
Tarkington, Charles 207
Tart, Larry 146
Tate, Edward 182
Tate, Leverta 231
Taylor, Joni 33, 23, 70, 71,
80, 183, 150
Taylor, Kim 88, 231
Taylor, Mrs. Ray 25, 145
Tedder, Paula 122, 207
Teer, Janie 166, 183
Teeter, Mrs. Joe 156
Teston, Lisa 122, 207
Thalmueller, Leonard 127
Thessing, Mrs. Glenda 153
Thomas, Colesia 73
Thomas, Gloria 183
Thomas, Katherine 207
Mary Bea 207
, Verlon 183
Thomason, Georgia 22, 48,
Thomason, Lisa 208
Thomoson, Faye 231
Thompson, Mr. Charles 140
Thompson, Cindy 8, 183
Thompson, Pam 183
Thompson, Sandra 208
Thompson, Sharon 183
Thompson, Stanley 100, 102,
Thweatt, Robert 70, 231
Thweatt, Tal 76, 208
Tims, Darrell 15, 102, 103,
Tims, Enoch 49, 99, 100, 101,
102, 103, 115,183
Toll, Kathy 31, 78, 79, 122,
Tolliver, Tina 231
Torrence, Janet 208
Torrence, Kay 183
Towbin, Laura 183
Towbin, Peter 70, 231
TRACK 112, 113, 114,115,
1 16, 1 17
Treece, Jeff 76, 208
Treitman, Lisa 31, 183
Treitman, Scott 231
Trowell, Mrs. Fred 142, 143
Tschiemer, Mike 47, 72, 73,
Tucker, Ren 231
Tucker, Robert 208
Turner, Carolyn 183
Turner, Charlie 184
Turner, Mark 208
Turner, Tony 184
Tyer, Greg 232
Tyer, Lee Ann 134, 184
Underwood, Sandra 232
Valentine, Mrs. Gary L. 152
Vinsant, Kurt 184
Vinsant, Valerie 57, 122, 208
Voss, Paul 232
Voss, Roger 9, 27, 101,102,
Waddle, Debbie 208
Wagner, Ginny 27, 208
Waldorf, John 232
Walker, Kathy 4, 184
Walker, Kim 84, 232
Walker, Rita 209
Ward, Becky 232
Ward, DeAnn 232
Ward, Karyn 232
Warner, Carol 122, 209
Warren, Mrs. Robert 156
Warrick, Karen 232
Washington, Melissa 232
Washington, Monroe 184
Watkins, Delpha 232
Watson, Mrs. Billy 148, 150
Watson, Dan 209
Weaver, Daphne 64, 209
Weaver, Kelley 232
Webb, Carolyn 88, 232
Weddle, Bill 65, 68, 69, 76,
Weddle, Bruce 109
in, Alice 232
Weis, Linda 232
Wells, Bert 184
Wesson, Karen 209
Westbrook, Debra 184
Wheeler, Robert 232
Wheeler, Shirley 184
White, Evelyn 232
White, Janis 141, 184
White, Jeanie 232
White, Jennifer 232
White, Mary 184
White, Pam 122, 184
White, Toni 232
White, Victoria 209
Whitlow, Debbie 233
Whitney, Eric 70, 209
Whittle, Mary 209
Wiedower, Carol 184
Wilkins, Media 209
Williams, Arthur 100, 102,
Williams, Brenda 233
Williams, Denise 233
Williams, Gary 29
Williams, Jenifer 233
Williams, Joyce 185
Williams, Kim 185
Williams, Mark 84, 172, 185
Williams, Mary 209
Williams, Melody 2, 185
Witherspoon, Ricky 119, 233
Wold, Sara 33, 70, 84, 146,
WOMEN'S RIGHTS CLUB 88
Wood, Bryn 233
Wood, Melissa 88, 209
Woodall, Retha 122, 185
Woodbury, Tim 233
Woodley, Barbara 233
Woodruff, Connie 57, 122,
Woods, Ronald 209
Woods, William 185
Wooley, Brad 185
Wooley, Brian 233
Wooley, Mrs. J. G. 53, 131
Woolly, Mr. Bill 90, 150
Woomer, Mrs. Neil 137
Wooten, Nancy 233
Wright, Charla 233
Wright, Randy 90, 209
Wroten, Cheri 209
Yancy, Johnny 29, 233
Yates, Lee Ann 209
Yepfaz, Lavon 147
Young, Deatrice 233
Young, Deborah 185
YOUNG DEMOCRATS 63
Young, Joyce 209
Young, Lavern 91, 209
Young, Melodi 185
Young, Mimi 64, 83, 209
Young Phil 209
Young Phyllis 233
Young Sid 76, 185
Williams, Mike 27, I 12, 115,
Williams, Pam 22, 120, 121,
Williams, Sandra 122,184,
Williams, Scott 209
Williams, Terrie 209
Williamson, Erin 209
Willis, Jeff 209
Wilson, Cindy 185, 246
Wilson, Cindy 246
Wilson, Mark 209
Ravonda 22, 58, 73,
Witherspoon, Mary 185
Zimmermann, Lisa 14, 209
ADVERTISER 'S INDEX
Al's Girls and Hawk - 97
Aquarian Coiffeurs - 228
Arkansas Drier Supply - 70
Arkansas Furniture and Carpet- 171
Arkansas Infa Red - 135
Arkansas Power and Light Company - 156
Arkansas Savings and Loan Association -
Armadillo's Hands - 232
Art Club - 75
The Baldwin Company - 71
Balfour Company - 172, 173
Beach Abstract and Guaranty -- 219
Bennett's Military Supplies - 179
Bensky Furriers - 128
Robert Berry's Wash and Clean - 100
Beta Club - 55
Blackburn's Antiques - 229
Borden Dairy- 130
Booher's Texaco - 99
George Brown, Implement Company - 230
Burks' Wrecking Corporation - 196, 197
C8-C Electric Construction Company - 207
Camera Center - 148
Cantrell Drug - 208
Cantrell Gardens - 134
Capital City Business College - 69
Capital City Rent-It - 64
Cave's Jewelers - 136
Central Printing Company - 157
Cheer-o-kee Club - 123
Mr. and Mrs. Chilcote - 167
Coleman Dairy - 146
Dr. M. F. Cohen - 108
Commercial National Bank - 205
Cornelsen Piano Service - 168
Herbert Cox Shoes - 96
The Cross Country Team - 1 12
Samuel L. Davis Consulting Engineer - 98
Davis-Stringer Realty - 226
Davis Trailer and Equipment Company - 144
Dillard's Photography Studio, Downtown -
176, 177, 178
Draughon School of Business - 149
Environmental Services Company, Incorporated
The Fabrics Centre, Incorporated - 154
Feinstein's California Apparel- 170
First National Bank - 181
555 Auto Supply - 95
The Flower Box - 151
Foster Cochran - 231
Fourth Period Public Speaking Class - 139
Francis Flower Shop - 158
Freddies Card, Gift, and Party Shop - 137
Freiderica Pharmacies - 72
French Club - 85
A Friend - 195
Fuller and Sons True-Value Hardware - 91
Future Business Leaders of America - 68
Future Homemakers of America - 67
Future Teachers of America -- 66
T. A. Godsey - 180
Golden Host Cafeteria - 126
Goodwill Industries - 131
"The Green Weenies"-114
Guardian Church Goods - 142
Jody Guenter Photography - 74
Hall's Drug - 138
Harvill-Byrd Electric Company - 60
Health Occupations Club - 89
Heights Thriftway - 185
Heights Variety and Hardware - 143
Her Place - 87
Glenn Hickey Sports - 107
Hillcrest Gift and Variety - 213
Hobby's Jewelers - 141
Houck Music Company - 199
Immanuel Baptist Church - 165
Inkwell Staff, 1975 - 80
Inter-Racial Council- 56
Jean's Beauty Salon - 214
Dr. Gerald K. Johnson - 155
Johnson-McLaughlin Insurance- 194
Kachinas - 58
Kavanaugh Pharmacy - 215
Key Club - 59
Keyettes - 61
Lane Jewelers - 216
Dr. George F. Lay, D.D.S., M.S.- 113
Leather Bottle Restaurant- 233
Leroy's Flowers - Gifts - 81
Little Rock Abstract Company - 73
Little Rock Photo-Engraving, Incorporated -
Luzier Personalized Cosmetics - 150
Mechanic's Lumber Company - 117
Mu Alpha Theta - 62
National Honor Society - 54
National Investors Life Insurance Company -
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Pi Omicron
Ozark Outdoor Supply-79
Park Plaza Bowling Lanes -118
Paver's Incorporated - 102
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Pearce - 217
Peoples Savings and Loan Association - 140
Perky and Hurls - 29
Pete and Lotus - 1 16
Photo Shop, Park Plaza - 65
Pizza Inns of Little Rock - 203
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Porter - 204
Pulaski Bank and Trust- 169
Pulaski County Young Democrats - 35
Pulaski Heights Methodist Church - 218
Quality Foods, Incorporated - 175
Quick-Serve Vending Company - 166
Quill and Scroll- 77
Radio Shack - 201
Rebsamen and Associates - 200
Clint Reynolds Plumbing - 221
Rhea Drugs - 147
Riverside Motors - 82
Rol-Lift Corporation - 220
St. Marks Episcopal Church - 225
Scott's Cookbook - 26
The Seafarer - 222
Dr. Richard F. Simmons - 223
Smith's Country Club Drugs - 152, 224
Spanish Club - 84
Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is of Little Rock, Inc
- 21 2
Sterling Store Company, Incorporated - 129
Strawn's - 86
Student Council - 52, 53
Roy Sullivan Barber Shop - 145
Tanglewood Drug - 227
Tanglewood Texaco - 88
Terry's Finer Foods - 164
Toll Manufacturing Company - 183
Union National Bank - 153
U.S. Air Force - 38
U.S. Army Recruiting - 27, 104, 105
U.S. Navy Recruiting -119
War Whoop - 76
Ward Supply Products - 83
Warrior Staff - 79, 243
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E, Wiedower - 184
Worthen Bank and Trust Company, N.A. -
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wroten - 209
Xinos - 103
Y-Teens - 57
Young Democrats - 63
Young Life - 115
Youth of Immanuel Baptist Church - 182
Youth Stuff of Second Baptist Church - 174
1975 WARRIOR STAFF
Sponsor - Mrs. Tom Christie
Editor - Bill S undermann
Assistant Editor - Kathy Toll
Head Photographer - Calvin Glasscock
Business Manager - Colleen M oorman
Index Coordinator - Portia Porter
Carol Hurley J ennzfer Read
A cknowledgemen ts
We, the editors and staff of the
1975 WA RRI OR, would like to
Mrs. Tom Christie for her patience,
help, overtime work, and invaluable
The Little Rock Business
Community and patrons of Hall
High School who hemed to finance
the WA RRI OR by sponsoring
Bill Nicholson for his love of and
devotion to sportswriting and
Donna Stockton for her Qfping
Bert Wells, Patti Evans, Larry
Alman, and Sue H oneycutt.
The 1975 WA RRI OR was
published at the Taylor Publishing
Company of Dallas, Texas. The
9x12 book follows magazine type
layout in the opening and closing
sections, with the mosaic style
layout throughout the book.
Headlines are thirgf point in size
and are in Times Roman Italic
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