Lamar High School - Orenda Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1968

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'mf'-' -'V -2' X'wfis5X -ef-1-f:m..'laX F"HS,-.af-imibim"3f,kvT:S,"ll-'?!'g1iB155-'Wi .121-wr ,X X'XXa XQXX fX':f-.iglwf-gQX,f.m 1.45.1.-'v..2uXm-.-MX' 'Xum-XLi.iXXzu.m.X an-fy .. .--.' .X,.X.f1 '--.f,..-w........v1..XXXw,.a,..-.-.Mi-.v1a.di?H'14z1 'X 55. . 0RENDA 1968 The Annual Publication of the Student Body Lamar High School, Houston, Texas, Volume XXX right: Thv irnprvssiw nmp oi' Tvxus is lrrilliumly lighlud for Lillllill'-5 night YiSiI0I'S.Lf2lf rigfzlf Slualunls cn-lop eat- ing lunch on Lllllllll'-S spnviulxs front vulnpus. below: LHA HIEIIJS main building slznnls lHLljL':1li4'L1Hf in its lhirliulh war. 551555-iff! :v"iW'1, V, " ' 77 - V A 1' 'V : "" -"' ' ' -f 1 6 1' .t s.. , Z f "l:. L MIRABEAU B. LAMAR .px 4 Table of Contents Faculty .......... .......... Classes ....... .......... 4 2 Clubs ............. ....... l 24 Limelight .................. 202 Sports ............ ...... 2 22 L1fe ............. ...... 2 66 The Future Is in "The hopes for the world rest on the flexibility, vigor, capac- ity for new thought, the fresh outlook of the young. Schooled in the lessons of the past, unaffrighted by the present, look ahead with confidencef' Dwight D. Eisenhower The three years spent at Lamar are vital years during which the mind is broadened and the outlook is shaped. These are years during which the student begins to look forward to his own particular role in life. The challenge of the future and our relation to it are always before us. We welcome the challenge and we will be ready. right: National Defense Cadet Corpslnan Forest lVIcNeir thanks Major Jesse Bates for the training he has given him in preparation for his future military role. below: Future sci- entists lohn Eason, Mike Cochran, and James Flodine prepare to look at an unusual solar eclipse. Eeairi "V 2-. 6 ' I-f:Il'!"r:.JI-"'r Q ,Mi - 1. mug ,, . 'Y , ew' , Ag ' 'IS ' vii: . ' X . . ' ' 1 3 11.3, ,W wg, , :lj K above: lnfm- Bmxslvy. ll IIlL'IIlbE'I' of thv Futura' Tear'-hers oi' .'xIIlf'I'il'Ll. Irravlives lvavhi11g ax physics class. lqfh l"uturr' Farmers of 'XIlll'l'i' vu. Stew Zurlu11'inl1 :xml 'l'ommy Dew, upply wha! thcx have-lvul'1xc-mlals lhm-x PX3Il1iIlt'OIN'Ui their aninlals. f14'lnu': :X xiQil to El pcdizllri- l'iilI1.S office ofik-1's t.lllLIl'l' mvdical stuck-nts Nliko Biggs and Huge-r Smilh the opportunity lu learn i'1'on1 an 1'XIJ1'l'i4'Ill'l'fl aluclur. The most indispensable ingredient of a student's eduvational future' is his teavhm-r. Who can say how many of our great writers, painters, scientists of to- morrow will look back to some particular teacher who guided him away from the dark abyss of medioc- rity toward the bright light of excellence? Who can say how many future world leaders are learning the lessons of history today from a dedicated teacher who instills the belief that we can and must learn from the errors of yesterday for a better tomorrow? The value of these teachers is inestimable. 8 FACULTY AC LTY A teacher qfpfcls f'fCI'llifV'YQ he can newer tell wlzcrff his izgflzwnce S L0f2S . Hcnfy' 14dLllIZS 'Am I n C ' V' - fa Hass , ? A 10 FA CULTY TO THE STUDENTS OF LAMAR: As this school year draws to a close, it is time to reflect upon the many experi- ences you have had. l hope what you have learned this year will help you to face the many challenges that lie ahead of you. If the immediate future requires greater competence of our adult society, as we are sure it will, our faith remains firm that todayls young people have the capacity and willingness to achieve this added skill and knowledge. You must continue your learning process for growth, take a personal responsi- bility for your country, and rise to any task which confronts you. Remember that an ignorant man is dangerous - that our society demands an increased excellence in learning so that it may soar to greater heights. Sincerely, 14 Harold K. Costlow Principal, Lamar High School 'suv' I Q 9 'f N? MRS. H0512 t,lOUDHICH Soiilliwvslt-rim l-IliW'l'SiIf HA. MR. GLENN FLETCHER MR. LON cg. WHEELER MRS. MARGARET CRAPLIN 51'lQ""'5"f 1" Ht'uS"m Superintendent of Schools North Texas Slutv linivmsitx Boston University QJI' W C W V HS. - BIS- Luplommt, .ounecloi University ot' Houston lfniversity of Houston Mlfd. fVI.Ed. Assistant Pririciptil Dean 12 FACULTY They Advise and dminister MISS RONA CULLIER LTIliV6'I'Silf of 'Vvxas BA.. MA. Junior Counsvlur MRS. ANNETTE RANSUM Mounl Holyoke College BA. lfnivvrsily of New HHI1lIJSl1i1'tx M,l'lLI. Senior Counselor W ffice Staff I MRS. MARY K. 5'l'AA'1'S l-IliW'I'Silf ufT0xz1S Ul1iVHI'Sily ol' 'l'4'xus RN.. BS. BA. lvIliYl'l'SiIf of Houston Univ-rsily ul' Houston M.l1ffl. M.Ed. Home- Nursing MRS, MARY RITNIILLER MRS. LORENA KORS Regislrur Fulurc Nurses Club PI'illi'ilTillA5 Sevrvtary Clerk Wfzsfmnfwwfzmw.-wmvw.Mw-.wammmvwwqfm 1-.---n -in ru, . -- -1 nmxw Heartbeat of School MRS. LUIS KINL MRS. STELLA HOPPILR MRS. ELIZABETH LEE MISS RHEA DLNN Attendance Clerk Allcndzlnce Clerk Attendance Clerk Bookkeeper 1--"v" They Teach MAJUK JESSE D. BATES Mary Inml MCYIlIl'l'l5y Peninsula Collegx Mililury Srionce Drill und Rifle Teams 2030 Students MRS. MARGERY BERNDT Rica University BA. English Teachers Shape NIR. SANFORD CARR MHS. GLENN CHASE MR. JAMES ll. CARR l'IliYt'1'Silf ut' Huustun SIVPIIPII F, Austin Ultixwsity ot' Houston M.Ed. HA.. M.Ed. M.Ed. Physical Iilllltiltifltl SPilHi5ll Industrial Arts llpiul Cum-1, Urenda MHS. B'XRB,XR:X tI0.'X'I'S Texas 'IR-4-lt HS, Pltysivul l'z1llll'ilti0I1 Cltvlvkw. Modern Dance M.-v' , 'Dv 3 5 5 merioa's Youth NIR. JAMES COMSTOCK lvIliYL'l'5iIX of Toxas MRS. IVIUZICILLI lIONS'l"XN'l' Baylor lvI'IiVl'I'SiIf lvnivcrsiiy of Houston BA. MR- ROBERT CRAWFORD NIS. lvniwrsity of Houston Pl'Liil'il' Vivw A 81 M xIillllCII1illil'S MA. 3.5- Boosler Club English Mvlal Shop MR. LOUIS DEE fl4'UI'gI'IOWll lfniw-rsilv B.Pl1. I-IliY4'I'Filf of Houston M.Efi. Muthmnutivs Bowling 2 ,Q Facult MR. DALE DellART MRS. HELEN EARL MRS. MARJORIE EASON Oklahoma Slate Rice University llniversity of Texas MRS. M.-X'lvl'lE EVANS BS., M.S. B.A. BA., MA. S,M,l', Physical Education French Mnlheniatirs BA, Baseball, Football La Cinquantaine Arrowhead English ,A4 WWW Stimulates Interest MISS PAMELA IPEYSCH Trinilj llriiversily llniwrsity of Tvxns B.,-X. Civivs, History W im-lmku MISS GENEVIEVE FILSON Sophie N4-wvoinb B.D. University ol' Houston HA. Art Artisans .lunior Rell Cross .9- N yr., MISS LOUISE FULLER Mary Hardin Baylor BA: Colorado State College of Education M.A. English, Journalism Lancer, Quill and Scroll MHS. MAE C. GATES Trinitx llnivcrsilv BA, i Y llnivi-rsily of Houslon M.A. Univorsity of London Businvss Education ,-,, , - "'--df' .i . E www -- Nlyvnf' Nl H A i 'X MR. BR.-XD CENTRY liniwrsily of Texas HS. University of Houston Mid. Pilfsili. Matiicrimilivs Tvnnis Team ' A ,s MISS HELEN GREENWOOD Buy lor Lvnivmsiti Teachers MR. JOHN L, GORMAN HA, Uniwrsiiy of Tcxas L7nivPrsiIi oi' Sl. Thomas Northwestern Univ:-rsilx BS. HA. MA. Y Plnsival Education History English Russian Swimming Team Creative Writing FUOIUHH, TFHCIQ 4 X ,iw- wdfi Heighten Awareness MISS ELISE HAXYKINS Univm-rsilx of Houslun l Plnsivul Ecliivalioii l Gln-m'loiulm's. Senior lllzlss Vollcy bull 'llcanl MRS. MARY HOL LIER Mi-Neese Sluts- College HA. MRS. KAY HURST MHS, Al,llIlC HODGE lmiiisiaila Stain' University Texas TCCl1 Baylor Vniwrsiix KS. University of Houston BA. i English B.A. Civics. History Slullvnl Counril. Dirvctory EHgliSll, Pl1bliC Speaking n1 2ll l , l l.lilli i i,5Z l. mv N24 f ,F NX MR. AL ISAACSON Drake University B.M.E. University of Houslun NLE. Band MRS. SYLVIA JORDAN University of Texas HA. Universiiy of Houston M.A. History Tawasi They Teach East Texas Slate MR. CHARLES D. LANE B.A. Liniwrsilj' of Houston S.M.U. BS.. M.Ed. M.A. Piiysiral Eduralion Biology Basketball U t0 Think MRS. IRIS LOIQP Ivniversity of' T:-xzis HA. English Orenda MH. DONALD LONGCOPPI IIIIIYLTSIIB' of Houston MISS SANDRA IJOVIN HS., MS. Ifxiivwsily ul' llolorado Ei-uiwiiiivs. Civics Ii.,-X. Coll' History NIRS. NORNI.-X LOWIFER University of Akrmi BA. Univcrsity ol' IVIi1I'yIilI1tI MA. Musin- Nlixed Chorus. Taili Shiloliu Mzuirigal Singers Sf Wfwna N-....,-ff F wi ...J fl!" X I 1: ' ' n if Y f , ,141 4 I 4' 4' fi' Iiii ' ' if, I 5, ,2ii' airing ff , KV .5 W-... . Educator Open MISS DIANE McCUWHl.PIY UIliYPI'SiTf of Texas L-IliXl,'l'Silf of Sl. Tlmmllzls l'I1iYCl'SiIf of llmlstun BA. Drama Kachina, Tlwspiuns M x Sl Door to Wisdom MR. CHARLES MCDONOUGH NIR. JAMES MILLSAP MHS. FIMIKLQNKIIC NICYI Sam Houston Staic Texas Tech lYIliVI'I'Silf Ui-'Iil'XL1S Teavhers Colhlge MR. DONALD NIIQADOK 13.5. Rim' Uniwrsily BS. Memphis State Ul1iYQ'I'Silf Uliwrsilj of Houston Bi'll'I1ilI'd Holla-gn' Mathelnatics MA. MS. BA. Key Club Mathematics Driver Education HiFl0lAf ,Mr MISS .IICAN NIPPER Cheerfulness 5.Nl.l'. HRS. LESLIE ll. PERRY llIIlY1'l'5llN ol' llUllSl0Il liaxlor University li.S. I MR. DONALD 0'l"l' MR. DENNIS l'llll,l,ll'S linglislm North 'lbxus Shilo lvnivcfrsily of Houston Baylor lniwrsily Essay llontvsts. Bowling. B.5. Nl.lLd. H--'Y ll,l,L, Spelling DI'lN't'l' Ellulilllllll NI3ll1PIllk1llCS Biology , a ., g . 2pi1Qefl35llll Q I Their NIR. C. Ii. POTTER, IR. Tcxais .X 81 NI B.S. Yovatiiniiil Agriciilturv Rnflvo Club. FFA Motto MR. .IOHN REICIJ T.C.I I. II. ,-X. Spanish. History 1' MISS BETTY ROBERTS Oklahoiiia Stale BS. Sam Housluii State Nl.Eml. Pliysival Eduvalion Swiiiiniing Tcam Spirit Club MKS. ALISSA IIITH Miami l'iiiw-1'Sili. Uhin Wvslcrri Rvsc-rw l'1iix'e'1'sitx MA. Cewziiuri Der Dviilschc Yviviii They Create MR. JOHN Il. SANDERS NIR. RICHARD SHAW University of Texas DOHHP Cullegr' B.A. B..-X. MHS, 51535 SANDEL LI,1iye,4Si15 of H0,,5U,,, MRS. MIRA SANDERS fiimisius tjfilli-gv Ohio Stine University ML. Rim' l niversity MS. BS. English BA. Clivinislri. Pinsiolugx Home Economics Ramal M21lil6'ITlHTiCS Pow Pow 1 i 'N-xi., Desire for Knowledge MRS. DIAMANTINA SUAREZ University of Denver MRS. ANN STQREY B.A. NIR. WII,I,l.-XXI X. 'FXR HRS. MARY F,-XE SMITH Universiiv of'l'c'xz1s University of Texas lxniwrsily oi' 'IX-mf Rice lviiixcrsily B.A. I MA. HS. BA. English Spanish Sinn lioiislim English Future Teachers of' Spanish National Nl.E1l. Mirabvau America Honor Society Biology MH. H. HAROLD 'l'fX'l'E Kim- IYIHVPFSHN' BA. ' MR, ENIERSON TVRNICH MHS. .IU UNDFRWOOD L'niw,-Sify of 'lhxag Universilx of Houston l'niwrsilx of Houston Mjgd, ' B.S. ' BA. ' Nliull-,mui,y5 Speech. Dcbutv English C.S.U. National Honor Society N-F-L P21lHm21f Dedication MRS. J.-XNIHIQ VAN 4ll,IC.-NYE I.HllYCI'5IIf of Houston Bb, Chmnistry. P115 sival Svivlurv 3 L 32 ,"', I 5532-M213 J' YK' 5 A Env u M 141 I E ident XIR. CHARLES WELCH Easl Texas Stale lib. Woodworking MR. .IUE WILKINS Tc-xzls 'l'1'4'l1 8.5. University ol' llouslorl fVl.Ed. Ablronomx Club Cllt'II1lSll'f nu--' MRS. YIDELLE WILSON Tvxas Slate College for Women North Texas State l'11ix'PrsiIy ol' Texas Columbia Uniwrsilv BS. n Home' Economivs MRS. ANGIE WINDLINGER Our Luclx ol' the Luke BA, V Biology I ! 1 r 'Nr-"' NIRS. l4lCli'l'lIC NYOIJ l lIlX1'I'SIlX uf In-ms fr4'UI'g1'l0XVI1 I ll IN PYFIIX Ii.,-X. n lniwrsily ol' Houston NIA. 1.411111 Lulin Honor Socicly M-'sf B Facult Prepares S. XI XRY XX HHN MRS. Donmln' XXUOIJIH Iflf HKS. DONNA WOODS IWW l Iliwxilr A,,m,, 5mm l:,,llt.,,,. Ilill'llil1-SillHl141llH lnniwrsiry Brix' Rix. F H-S' ljirllilllllht' l'l1l1m'11li11l1 NlLllllf'Illillil'5 Typing. Bnnkkeeping l1.l'l1I..-X. 'gk-Q. ff ...., .. I 'Qu -- " f-in Q :2ass"."-wins ' A nn A. UN- -A --ff 3,1--f..1,-H ,--,,.,,,.f, mn- 5 .:m,.f' Students for the Future HRS, AGNES B. YOST WYUIIHIIIHF Collage ol' thc MRS- PATTI YUVNC lfniva'rsil? Of' North fIilI'0lil1Ll MRS- WIKI-'XM YOLVNG Trinilf Uniwwilf HRS. ALICE YOCKEY BA. Slam- l'niu-rsily of New York UlliYt'I'Sily oi' ffm-pus Chri Our Lady of llu- Luka lvIliYt'I'Silf ui' Houston B-S l!l1iNl'FSiIy Oi' Nlivhigull BA. MA. NIHihl'II1Lllit'S HS. Mathernalivs English Niwaunu xlLlIlN'lH21IiCS cademic Moods and Tempos The future of eaeh student is influenced by his teachers. The part of himself that a teacher gives his student, whether great or small, enriches his studentls future. A teacher pro- vides the tools of knowledge and the guidance with which a student may develop his talents and his abilities. If one teach- er can present a challenge to a student so that his future is made better, thcn all his years of giving are rewarded. The teachers at Lamar realize this responsibility to the students of today. They do provide the tools of knowledge and the chal- lenge. They generate the activity which surrounds a Lamar student's academic life. With its excellent faculty and careful- ly planned classes, Lamar is able to maintain its high standard of academic excellence. Lamar offers a greatly varied curricu- lum with the opportunity to become familiar with many dit'- ferent interests and to become acquainted. in depth. with sev- eral. A great part of Lamar's academic activity is in mathe- matics and the sciences. ln courses ranging from algebra and geometry to such advanced courses as elementary analysis and calculus, students learn to think logically and to under- stand the how and why of the mathematical theory. A new course, computer math, is also offered this year. Lamarls 36 FACULTY science department challenges students to understand the phenomena of nature. As the future of the world depends more upon the developments in science, a concise, intricate knowledge is required. ln keeping with these demands, Lamar offers knowledge in biology, chemistry, physiology, and physics. Lamaris physical education department reflects the Creek emphasis on the importance of the sound body as well as the sound mind. The boys' athletic department offers such widely diversified activities as football. basketball, base- ball, and soccer. The girls are offered such equally varied ac- tivities as tennis. basketball, volleyball, modern dance, and swimming. lt is imperative that as they develop a sound physi- cal body, the students of Lamar develop the strong qualities of the mind that are derived from fierce but fair competition. ln addition to its intellectual knowledge, Lamar offers a practi- cal knowledge. Lamar has an excellent practical arts depart- ment which offersskill in vocational agriculture, typing, driv- ers' education, distributive education, and in the National Defense Cadet Corps. Lamar has a right to be proud of its bus- tling academic activity. Iefl: Chemistry students Eddie Murphy. Mike Wheeler. and Roger Holcomb make full use of the chcniislry laboratory as they complete the final sta- ges of their experiment. ubore: Coaeli Dale liellart instructs Steve and Tony Klexer in the art of tumbling. i i FILQIIL' Mike Nlursv puts lo goml use wlml lu- ' ctivit f- , K has IPHIAIICKI in his DiSlVillllIiY4'Edl1l'klIi0ll vlalss us llc sells svhool supplie-s lu Mary Cerruli. lwlnzlf: Mark Nivll mul Conv Nlattox. mvm- 4' i,, , ,, V' , Wifwx In-rs of the vocational ilg,II'i1'llllLlI'1' class. cxauu- '- W 5 Q f X im' thr gl'UWll1 oi' Ihvir nvu Plllllli Y At I 5 K 'Q I' V MQW. ,,,., 'Fw X ...N 1-'Ps WWW? f' 1 g X in-'ll .-. Fl 54 6'5- n'T5l7I...1 -M .1 2 Q about' During hm' final Drivers' Eduvzlliun rlass, SL'IliUlx Kvrry ,lilfilllll przlcliffffs lmvkillg up. lqft.'G1,-01111-lry sluflvuls Bill BI'L'IHt'l'. Klan'- lha Iliglllowvlx Molly Dusnn. Elizabvth Skip- pcr. and Lisa Hl'llSt'll iIll'Ix9HSP thc-ir knowl- mlgv of math by working with gZ,t"0lIlPll'il' pulxgons. 37 Creativit ln a world of rapid changes and in one which emphasizes ma- terial values, there is little time to stop and enjoy the aesthetic side of life. Men and women who keep pace with an active, demanding society have little chance to appreciate a beautiful painting, a piece of music, or an inspiring piece of literature. Yet these are the beauties of life which make it most worth liv- ing. The ability of man to create great works of art is one of the greatest gifts he has received. Any work into which a man puts all his ingenuity and creativity and from which he re- ceives a great satisfaction is a work of which no one can dep- rive him. This is a work that satisfies his soul. Lamar offers many courses from which a student can derive this feeling of creation. For those who love music, there are several musical organizations from which to choose - band, orchestra, the Mixed Chorus, the Choralettes, the Bell Ringers, and the Madrigal Singers. For those who plan to major in music in college, a new course, music theory, is offered. Drama is available to those who wish to create by vocal or physical ex- pression. Art classes offer tests of a student's imagination and ingenuity as well as his artistic talents. For those who wish to create in a more practical sense, crafts class and metal works classes are offered. Girls have an opportunity to exhibit their creative abilities in a sewing or homemaking class. Much value is placed on manls need to express himself in a creative effort and from his efforts he gains much. 38 FACULTY 'Nbr top: Woodshop gives George Martin and Oscar Canly the opportunity to build a stereo cabinet they have long wanted. above: Pam Whitten. Clay Darling, and Fred Foster stu- diouslx rehearse their lines for the new drama department play. "Little Mary Sunshine." lehf Art classes provide excellent lac-ilities for students Lucy Walker, Darla Launien. and Molly Marsae. -x L .Q 'ral 1 .'1 l:1llf2i?fE R 2 .. 'fx ,. K V ' ,,,f-xg S L ' rf ,Y .LQ 4, A W W if ,. ffffi-El ' ll il: 'fir 'lg l lk. . 1 K A .Q - A . -M, 3 1 Q A QL I ka i, X' I Y ' M . Kai f Ezgigsz l Z' Y' if x K jf 2: ff :M ,gg-'gg .l l ll X I ' 1 ,f ' . -JY Q? ,n ' 4 ax ll M ' f' -' ll I lk' 33 li . N Q W yvll KI- f H4,-f , dy N' ,.f" W M, ullplfr lqfl: Mrs. Yilll,-Ile Wilson Llf,'rnnl1sl1'a1tPs for luur of lwr llllllltlllllllilllg stnnlvnls ilu- pmpe-1' wan to svru- ut a 1-ol'lk-v. lcfl: livllrlng- ers ,lnmly Thrasll, Karen lX'lmn'y. Canal line-- chol. .luliu Taylor. l1:llZ2llDl'lll Puwlc-5. Llllfl Annu Svlloeille nwvt for an 4-urly nnrrning practicw- sc-ssion. lmwfr lef: A svnior svwing 1-lass busily prcpzirvs llll' an lllJt'HIlllI1g se-ming Conn-sl. 39 eflecuon Amidst all the hustle and bustle of daily school life, there must be a time for quiet reflection. Every student needs a time to gather his thoughts and to sort out everything he has seen or heard or learned. This time is offered to the students of Lamar. As each faculty member at Lamar urges the pursuit of knowledge, he provides time for quiet and earnest study. He encourages the enthusiastic student to follow his course of study as far as possible, while he trys to instill an interest in learning to a less-eager student. A student who is striving for a well-balanced education can round it out by taking several of the many liberal arts courses offered at Lamar. The English department teaches the student to develop clear and concise self-expression. It also enables the student to study, in depth, the greatest works in literature. The foreign language depart- ment, in keeping with Lamar's idea ofa broad, universal edu- cation, offers elementary as well as advanced courses in Span- ish, French, German, Latin, and Russian. The civics depart- ment enables the students at Lamar to become more familiar with the theory behind our government and the ideals for which it stands. Courses in world, American, and English his- tory are offered in the hope that the students of today will be better able to benefit from the wisdom of those who have pre- ceded us. Journalism is offered to any student who works on the Lancer, the school newspaper, and who wishes to improve his journalistic style. 40 FACULTY Q' 5 5:4 rlbovye: Bob Slwpllvrd devotes his spun' limm lu Study ill thx' nun lilnrury. 1579: :X ihssils cam in the biologx ll1Ll!4t'UIll has attracted thc inlvr vsl ui' Gerlw Nliillglllll. 11010142 A FrPm'h V vlass listensv lllflllgllliilllf to a language lapv A The primary purpose of a student's three years at Lamar is to gain knowledge. This is the cornerstone upon which he will build his edifice of the future. Often, however, a student finds that the more he learns, the more he realizes what he does not know. Perhaps this is the point at which knowledge be- comes wisdom. Knowledge is essential, certainly, for the responsibilities we will share in the future, but surely wisdom is the most essential of all. 42 CLASSES CL SS 'Tis education forms the common f7ll.I1Cl.' just as the twig is bent the Lree7s inclined. Pope 55-if ..-LN 'A ,Q .J ks 'bu in X Senior fficers 4-4 SE N1 ORS VICE-PRESIDENT John Lay TH EA SURE Fi Betsy Hacldi ng Januar PRESIDENT Mike Vaughan SECR ETAH Y Martha Tmmn 14-I f Q.,-,f.,,,,,,k, nlaw-wKn.4,,, r..,..,-.,,,,,1 l T Z 5 y ,Q l 4 R 1 , V Senior fficers wi Nw June PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Kelly Ealoon Walter Rissex SECRETARY TREASURER Pat Barnes Sharon Johnson V3 Nancy Baird, Katherine Skelley, and Martha Elledge congratulate Cynthia Potter on being chosen a Wiehaka W imp 46 SEN! ORS ABBOTT, ELLEN fjunel Palamar, Artisans, Vice-President, '67, '68, Spirit Club ABRARIA, MARCY Uunej Future Teachers of America, C.S.U., Office Assistant ADAIR, SUZANNE Uunel Artisans, Junior Red Cross, C.S.U. Kachina, Future Teachers ofAmerica, Rodeo Club, Future Nurs es of America ADAMS, DON Uunel Arrowhead, National Honor Society, Stu dent Council Representative, '67, Interact, Treasurer, '68 Ramal, Latin Honor Society, President, '68, Lancer Staff, Re porter, '66, Page Editor, '67, '68, Kachina, Quill and Scroll ALEXANDER, SUSIE Uunel National Honor Society, Wicha ka, Future Nurses of America: Choralettes, Secretary, '67 C.S.U., Rodeo Club, Cheerleader, May Fete Court, '67, Kachina Homecoming Queen, Office Assistant: Gym Leader ALLEN, JOHN Llunej Junior Varsity Baseball. '67 ALLEN, KATHRYN' Uuuel Wichaku, Modern Dance Clul Rodeo Club, Kachina, Future Nurses of America, Clioralettes Dance Crew, '68, C.S.U, ALLISON, DIANE Uunej Student Council Representative Sophomore Cabinet, Rodeo Club, Modern Dance Club, C.S.U Future Nurses of America, La Cinquantaine, Kachina, Eutur Teachers of America, Choralettes, Oflicc Assistant . M ass Conf us1on ARCHER, BILL Uunel ,lunior Varsity Track, '66, '67, Booster Club ARCHER, PATTY Uunel Kachina: Niwauna yARMSTRONG. MARY Qlunel Latin Honor Society, Cherokee ,Council, Swimming Head, '68: Gym Leader, Volleyball Team, '66: Swim Team, Letterman, '66, '67, '68, Mirabeau: Chor- alettes: Future Nurses of America: Kachina l yARNOLD, CINDA Llunel Choralettesg Red Cross Representa- Wtive, '66, '67, '68: Future Teachers of America: Future Nurses of America: Rodeo Club: Artisans: Kachina: C.S.l.'. l ARNOLD, JOHN Uunel Sophomore Football Team: Sophomore Basketball Team ASAF, BOBBY llunel Track, '65: Cross Country, '66, '67 ASLANIDIS, MATTINA Uunel C.S.U.: Wowapi BABER, CARTER Uunel Student Council Representative, '66, Vice-President. '68, Junior Cabinet, Cherokee Couneil. Presi- dent, '68: Future Nurses of Ameriea: Rodeo Club: CSU.: City Volleyball Team, '66, '67, '68, City Tennis Team, '68, Letter- man. '66, '67: Wiehaka: Choralettes: Ramal Sweetheart, '68: Track Queen, '67: May Fete Court, '67: Homecoming Princess. '67, Gym Leader: Spirit Club BAILEY, D. J. ljunel May Fete Court, '66, Mirabeau: Future Nurses ol' America: Kachina BAIRD, NANCY Uunel Wichaka, Sergeant-at-Arms, '67, '68: La Cinquanlaineg Future Nurses of America: Rodeo Club: Kachi- na: Spirit Club: National Thespian Society BANKER, BRUCE lSummer Schoolj AMOS. ROBERT Llunej Irari ANTONETTI, OLGA Uunel Artisans. Treasurer. '67: Junior Red Cross: Future Nurses of America: Kachina: La Cinquan- taine: Future Teachers of Amerif-a: Rodeo Club APEL, JEAN llunel if N BARBEE, ALAN lSuniniur BARKER. .IED Qlunel BARLOW. HERMAN BARNES, DANA tlunvt BARNES. PAT film.-y Af- Sfhwll DW' Df?UTSl'l11' VBY- Blmdi Pl'4fSldCUl- ,681 Lam" l,IunPl Cboralettvs Busini-ss Clioralettos rowhead. Svvretary: Nation- 4-in: Booster Clubg Rodeo or Stall. Pliotographor, Nlanagurg DerDu11tsChc Yvr- allVIcritS1rholarsbip Letter Club: Irari '66, '67 Bin: Office Assistant sychedelic Senior BERC. DONNA Uanuaryt Artisans BETTIS. DOUG Llunel BIGCS, MIKE l,lunPl Sopliomorf- Class Prvsidcntg Kifvhina, Presinlunt. 766: .lunior Class Presidvntg Studvnt Counvil Repro- sentativc-. '66, i673 Junior Varsity Track, Lvttormaii, I66g Vars- ity Travk, Letti-rinan. i671 C.S.l'.. Tri-asurw. '67: Pow Wow. Prusidvnt, 768: Rodeo Club: National Honor Sociiatyg Key Club: Cliom-rle-afler BILLING. .IANIS Hum-1 Kachina: C.S.Il.: Futura Nurses of Anivrica: Euturv 'Iieaulivrs of Anwrira: Rodvo Club: Office' As- sistant BISSEX. WALTER Uunel A rrowhaad: Varsity Football, Lotlvr- man, '67: Sopliomora- Football. Letternian. i661 .lunior Varsity Travk, '66. i671 Sopliornorc Basketball. Lvllarnian. '66: Lanver Stall. SporlS Editor. '68g Quill and Svroll: Katy Club, Vice. ol' Commvndation: NHS: Svnior Cabinet: Student Council Rvprvsentativv, '67: Sophomore' Cabinvt: Senior Clrws S4-vrvtary: Cherokee- Council, Volleyball Head. '67: National Spanish Honor Society: National Spanish Third-Ye-ar Exam- ination, Second in Citv: Dm' Deutscliv Verein: L5 Cin- quantainihg Kavllinaz Oflivv Assistant: Cboralvtles BEISSNER, SALLY SUE ljum-I Rodeo Club: La Cinquantainvg Wirliaka: R1-ft Cross Rvprcsentalivc: C.S.li.: Clioralvttvs: Futurrr Teavlwrs of Aineriva: Futura Nursrfs of America BELL. ERIC lSummvr Scboolj BENTLEY. BILL Llunel National Forensic League: Irari: Hall Patrol: CSI. X -fa. vTT..f:'J, Pre-sident, 138: Rarnnl. Scrn-taiw. '6B: National Honor Som-im-tv, , . 'l're'asurer, '67: Studs,-nt Counoil Rvpn-Sciitatiw. '68: Svnior Cabinet: Orvliarslra. '66 BLACKBIIRN. EIJ Uiixivl Varsity Track. Lvttcrman. '67: Rodr-o Club: Lanvvr Reprm-soiitativv: ,It-tty Baan King 48 SEINYORS I I-I Mad ff' d,-. BLALOCK, WAYNE BOBBITT, CAROL LYNN BOBBITT, CHERYL BOCARD, ALEXIS Uunel Uunol Sophomore Football. tlunel Rodeo Club LYNN tSummer Schooll Letterman, '65, Varsity Football, Letterman, '66, '67, Junior Varsity Baseball. Captain, '66, Varsity Base- ball, Letterman, '67, '68, C.S.l7. Rodeo Club Susie Alexander, Mimi Greenwood, and Swan Hudson help stir up spirit with their Wichaka poster. BOLLINC, BOB tlunel National Spanish Examination, 'llhird Place, National Forensic League, Pow Wow, Party Chairman, '68, National Honor Society, Rodeo Club: C.S.lf.: Key Club: Student Counvil Alternate BOWMAN. HENRY Qlunel C.S.ll,. President, '68 BRADY, BARBARA Uunel National Honor Society, Orvnda Staff. Sopho- more Editor, '66. Club Editor, '67, '68, Niwauna, Sports Chairman, '66, Recording Secretary, 767, Quill and Scroll, C.S.U., Future Nurses of America, Der Deutsche Verein, Ka- vhina, American Legion Essay Award, '67, Gym Leader, Student Council Alternate, '66, '67, ,681 Jun- ior Red Cross: Spirit Club BOLLES. KIM Uunel C.S.U., Junior Red Cross Secretary, '68, Future Nurs us of Amerira, Artisans, Ka vhina, Mirabeau, Gym Lead er, Office Assistant, La Cin iluantaine 49 BRADY, BEVERLY Lluna-l Arrowhead, N.H.S., Orvnrla Editorial Stuff, Club Editor. 566, '67, liitll Editor, Typist, '681 C.S.ll.: Junior Red Cross, Niwzuma. Pulilivity Chairman, '66, Quill and Svroll: Nat. Span. Hon. Soc., Gvin Leader, ,lunior Cabinet' fd? .I BRANDENBERCER, BREY, JUDY ljunel Junior BRlGCS, DAVID Uanuaryl BROCKMAN, GENE BECKY ljunvl Future Red Cross, Artisans, Taw- Boostyr Club Uunel lrari, National Eo- Nurscs of Amr-rica, Rodc-o HSL Now Mernbors Chair- rcnsic League, Lab Assist- Club, Choralvltes, Junior mlm- '67 M113 Hall Piilmll C-S-UU Rnd Cross Candy Cubberly, Judy Thrash, Julia Taylor, and Ingunn Halland enjoy talking with a German member of the Up With People "Sing Out." BROOKS. CHRIS Llanui- BROOKS,MlKEUunelOf- BROWN. DENET Uuncl aryl Sophoinort- Football: fiC6ASSiSlBl1i Junior Varsitx Football. '67, Varsity Travll. '67 50 SENIORS 4?-4 BROWN, SALLY Uunel Arrowhead, Modern Dance Club, Pres., '68, Wichaka. Sgt.-at-Arms, '67, Vice- Pres., '68: Choraletles, Pub- licity Mgr., '67, '68, Rodeo Club, F.N.A., Pres, '68, F.T.A., C.S.U., Spirit Club, Junior Class Treasurer, Sophomore Cabin:-tg Junior Cabinet, Pow Wow Sweet- heart: Volleyball Team, '66, N.ll.S.: Nat. Span. Hon. S042 BRYANT, RUTH Uunej Der Deutsche Verein NFA XX-+17 BLECHEL, WAYNE dune, CYQSS CUUI1ll'f. Lt'ttc-rinan. '66. '6T: Junior Varsity Track. Lc'1t4'rlnan, '67 China BURNS. CHERYE Llunel Palarnar. Corresponding Secretary, '67g Artisansg Red Cross Reprvse-rilatiw, '65g La Cinquantainug Ka- BURR, ZOE ANN Uanu- aryl Dislrilvutivnr Education Sing ut! BURTON, DOUG Uuiwl Lab Assistantg Boostcr Clubg Rodeo Club: Ramal: May Este' Escort, ,663 Junior Varsity Baseball, Lettvrman. H651 Varsity Bas:-ball, '66, Lettorman, 767, Captain, '67: Varsity Football. -671 C.S.U. BYERLY. BILL Uunuj Rodeo Club CAIN, JOE ljuncj National Honor Society: National Forensic Lfvagtur, President. '67: Lalin Honor Sociffty. Trvusurur. '66g Studi-nt Counvil Rvpm-svlitalliw, '66. '67, 768g Mast:-r of Core- monivs. Nlay Fetc. '67: Svnior Class Poet BURROWS. CINDY Llunvl Mll'illltbilUl Cherokee, Vim-- PI't'SlIll7lll. 768g May Fvlt' Court, '66, '67g Choralvllcfsg Cy m lmutlzrr BURROWS, ELAINE Uuncl Mirabcaug La Cin- quuntaincg Clioralcttezsz May lfuls- Court, 565, ,662 Stu- flvnt Counril Rvprffsmila- livv. '65 CAIN, LEE Llunz-J CALKINS, PAMEIA Uuncj La Cinquzmtalinv: C.S.lf.g Chor aluttos CALKINS, PHILLIP Llunvl Pow Wowg lntvraid CALLIS, BEN Uunvl Varsity Football. Letterman. '65, '66I'67 Rodvo l:lllllQ C.S.U.: Fulurv Fatrmvrs OlvAITlL'1'lCd CALLIS. MARGARET Uunvl La Cinquantaincg C.S.U.g Fulurv Ttaarlivrs ol America: Roda-o Club CALMES. SHARON ljunul National Forvnsic League, Corro- sponrling S1-4'l'oI1li'y, '67, Recording S1-c'i1-tary, i683 lVlixzfd Cho- ruS: lVloflurn liamw- Club 51 , CARVER. DAWN Uunel Sophoinorv Cabinet, Junior Cabinet, May Evil- Court. '67, Horncvoining Princess, 767: Spirit iilllll CAVINESS, ROGER llunel Varsity Traek. '66, '67, '68, Cross Country Letterman. '67 CERRli'l'l, MARY Uiinej llislriliutive Education: C.S.ll.: Ka- china 52 SEN! ORS CANTU, OSCAR E. Uunej CAROL, DAPHNE Qanuaryj Student Couneil Reprf'si'ntative, '66 CARROLL, MARY ANN llunel C.S.U., Vifowapi, Treasurer, '66, President. '67, Palamar, Treasurer, '67, La Cinquantaine, Treasurer, '67, National Honor Sorietyg Erenuh Honor Society, Lancer Staff, Reporter, '66, Page Editor, '67: Quill and Scroll, Red Cross Representative, '66, Library Assistant: Modern Danube Club, Archery Team, '66 it E I r P CHARLES, BILL llunel Sophomore Football. 765, Junior Vars ity Baseball, ,66, Varsity Football, '66, Golf Teain, Letterman Future Farmers of America, Reporter, ,683 Rodeo Club CHURCHVVELL, LINDA GALE llunej l CLARK, BOBBY Uuncj Lancer Staff, Page Editor, '67, Sports Editor, '68, Associate Editor, '68, Sophomore Basketball, '66 Student Council Representative, '67, Alternate, '66, Key Club Pow Wow, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Sophomore Cabi net, Senior Cabinet, Quill and Scroll, C.S.U., Rodeo Club CLARK. GAYTHER lSummer Schooll Mixed Chorus CLARK, ,IAN Uunej Sophomore Class Treasurer, Swimming Team, Letterman, '66, Tawasi. President, '67, Future Toaelier: of America, President, ,68, National Honor Society: Studen Counvil Representative CLECG. ELIZABETH Uunel Kachina, Tawasi, Future Nurse: ot' America, C.S.U., D.A.R, Essay Winner CLEVELAND, DAVID Uunej Latin Honor Soviety, Band Bowling Team, '66 CLEVELAND, LETA Llunel Future Nurses ol' America, Ka China CLIFT, JOE Hunt-J Arrowhead, Band, lnlvraet, Mixed Chorus National Honor Society, National Merit Scholarship Sem Finalist, Der Deutsehe Verein, Amvric'tui Chemical Society Cor test, Letter of Commendation, '67 CLYATT, SALLY Hum-J Tawasi, Chaplain, '67, llym Leader, Future Nurses ol' Americag Red Cross, C,S.ll.g Rodeo Club, Kacliinag La Cinquantaine COCHRAN, MIKE flunel Arrowhead, National Honor Society: Latin Honor Socie- ty, American Chemical Soci- ety Test Awardg Quill and Scrollg Junior Latin Award, National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation, Lancer Staff, '67g Interact, Astronomy Cluh. Vice- President. '68 Tommy Holmes, Kelly Faloon, and Mike Biggs were big supporters this year Beasts of Burden COLLERAIN, JOAN Uunej Mirabeau, Telephone Chairman. '66, '67, '68, Future Teachers of America, Future Nurses of America, Modern Dance Club, C.S.U.g Rodeo Club, N.D.C.C. Sponsor, ,lunior Red Cross, La Cinquantaineg Artisans: Kachina COLLINS, CARROLL Uunej Archery Team, Letterman, '67: Gym Leader, Tawasi, C.S.U.g Spirit Club, Choralettesg National Forensic League COLSON, PAT Uunei National Forensic League COMBES, JERRY ljunej Latin Honor Sottietyg N.D.C.C., Drill Team, '68, Chess Club COMERFORD, PATSY tSummer Schooll Lama-r Staff CONSTANTINO, KATHY Uunej Kachina, Red Cross Repre- sentative, '66g Lancer Advertising Staff, '67 COOK, ANN Uanuaryj COOK, CHERYL fSumme1' Sehoolj Choralettesg Student Coun- eil Representative, 366, C.S.U., Rodeo Clubg Kaehina COOLEY, MARIANNA Uunej Choralettesg C.S.U.g Future Teachers of Amerieag Gym Leaderg Kachinag Tawasi, Social Chairman, '67, Future Nurses of America, Rodeo Club, Student Couneil Alternate, '67g Spirit Club iff? Seniors listen intently as the football ifaptains prcilivt ilu: oiilvonw ol' the Lee game. -1-'44 WW Iva 54 SENIORS t,I00l.l'IY. MARY Uiim-J ,flrrowheadg Volli-ylmll 'l'i-mn. AO6. Tiinvr. H673 len- nis rlllxlllll. '66, '67. '68g Rode-0 Cluhg Wivlialia. Pri-siili-nl. -681 Lancer Staff, llirlsi Sports Editor: National Spanish l llonor Siiuicty: National Honor Sooivty. l 'llI'k'll5l1I'CI'. '68: Student Council Hcpre- i Toam, '66. -671 Artisans: Rodeo llliib l si-ntatiw, '66. '67g Sophomore Cabinet COONS, CHARLENE llunal Bowling lXJRlllGAN. DI.-XNNE Uuncl Palamarg Future 'l'eachi-rs ofl Aiiiiwii-ii: C.5.l'.: Bowling Tvain lIll.'XlG. Nl.-XRY HELEN Uanuaryl Spanish National Honor So- i-ii-lyg Si-nior lfabinvtg Quill and Scroll: Student Council Rvprc- sonlalivv. '67g Niwauna. Seiimtarx. -671 Lanvcr Stull, '66. '67 i CRANK, BARBARA ljunel CREECER, NIICGIE ljuncj Clit-rokwv Count-il, Biiilininton Head. '671 Gym Lvaili-rg Spirit llluli, l'i'i-siilviit, 567: Kachina: C,S.l'.: Rodeo lllulmg lfiiliiiw- Niirsus ol' iXin0ris'a CROONI, ,IOIIN lSiiniini-r Srlioolj Fuliirc Farinirrs 0l'AIll6I'it'k1 l CRAWFORD, CANDY lSuininvi' Svliooll W -,sw Ii 5 .. " F 'E K In x it t gn - - , ., . , I -0 tsss ' "ff 4 b - 'A , CROSS, IVLARTI Ijuncj CIfBBIfRI.Y. CANDY CULLINANE, DAVID CIIMMINGS. BARBARA CINNINGHAVI, MIKE Umm-J Wiwllakaz Der Dvul- Ijunej Tl'l!IliS'IIQ?illIl, Iiolter- I.Ium'I Ijunvj Frm Wow Holler! svhv Yt'I'l'II1l Cliomlcttcsg IIli1Il,I67,768 Oftivv .Assistant lil IIII5. .IAIIKIE Uuuswj IJAILIQY. CANDY IYALISIQRA. NIAIIK IJAN'I'0NI'f. .IANIICS Llum-I Gym I.t'L1tIl'I'1 AVi1'IIilIxil. I5unum-r S4-limmlj Future' I.IunuurxI 'I'ra11'k IIIl'lllII, TPS. 166. '67 'III'l'.tSLll't'lx. -681 Future' Vursvs ut' AIIll'I'IL'Ll I Cross Iiilbllllllw, '66, '67 'I'mu'Iwrs ut' ,AIlIt'I'IK,'1lQ Spirit Pow Wow: Rmlm tlluly Club: Stutivnt Cuuuvil Rvp- n'vsvr1ta1tix'r': Swim TPLIIIIQ Lula Assistant: C.S.U. DARIIUII, ILLADIYIQY IJAYIIJSUN. ,IAXIIQS IIUAYIS, MARY KAY IJAWSOY. NIARIIIA Ii. IDE LA 'I'OIiliI'1, LINIJA I,Iu111-I Uunvj lfulurm- I"url1u-rs ut' 'Ijumfj Armwlu-aid: Nutiunzil I,Ill!l4'INLIIIUIIHIIItIt1IYl'S4N'I- Llunvj AIUlIl'l'll IJQIIIVQ' llluln Aim-rivu. TJT. T381 Iimlm Ilumn'Sm-iclygSpu1lisI1 Ni- vty: I'ILlIlll'l' 'I'mn-In-rs ut' lfluli timml Ilmiur Smit-ly: Nu- .'AIIlt'I'I4'Ll2 IIIUIIIIIS IIit'LlIll limml IXIz-ril Sc-lmlursliip SUIIII-I'III1LlIISIQ Iyllilltllllfl Quill ami Svrnllg Ort-lulai Businvss Slz1iI', TJ7. '68: Iunim' Culiiiic-l 55 S IJICYOUNG. STIQPH EN DI.-XNIOND, 'VOM DIl,l.INGl-MM, LISA DIXON. HOSLYNIL ljuncj DOIIONEY, IRENE l,Ium'l Lalin llmmr Sm-ic-tv: llllllllllllfl Gull' 'll-21111, Co- Umm-j Artisans fjumfl NlW21l1Vl3Q Clmralettes Arrmvln-all - Captain: '68: May Fclv N.D.C.C. Sponsorg Futurl wrt '66 Teachers of Americag Lane cr Advcrlising Slaffg Kachi na Budding Young Architects DONALDSON, DUNNA ljum-J F1'e'1u'l1 Honor Sovif-tyg Der Dvlllsvlu- Vt'l'ClllQ Most Oulstamling Tlllllll-YPLII' FH'Il1'll Stullunl, '66: lVlml Uulslauding l"irsl-Yvar G4'I'lIlilIl Stumlvnl, '67 lJ0lllllllQH'l'Y, .IINI llum-j .-Xxwmsllvamlg l,Llll1't'l' Efliwrial Slull, lCmlilm', '68, Mmmaging lillilor. A61 Pugm- Editor, '65: Naliunul Mvril S1'llUl2ll'5lIlIl S1-:Ili-lfillallisl. '681 l'ow Vx cm. VllI'1'ilSlll'l'I', 'Gill Kvy llllllbllJlllllL1IIllS1'I'Ull. l'rs'Sicl1'nl. -68QNL1llUIlLll Hmmm' Sovi- wlyg Nulimmal Spanislm llUHlll'50l4lI'lf1 Sluclvnl ll0llIH'll, 'l'r4'asur- e-r, '68, H1-pn-smlalliw. -671 SUIlll0lIIf7l'l' liaslwllmzlll. '65g Sl'lIlUI' flalwimxlg ,luniur Class Yl1'L'-l,l'Q'Slll4'Ill IJKOTT. ARIN Umm-j lll a 56 SENI ORS S al , DUCKWORTH. TIM Uunel ,luuior Varsily Basketball, Letter- man. -671 Varsity Baseball, lA"llCI'lHI:lIl, '67g Offive Assistantg May Few Escort DLYMAS, PRESTON llunel l DLMAS. 'IXONYA l,,lllI1Cl,lLlIll0IxRCllCI'0SS, '68gl1.S.U.gLa Cin- l quanluim-5 Future Nursvs 0llAIT1CI'll'3Q Kachina l l lJl7NlI:XN. NIAXRK l5umnwr Svlmoll Nalimlul Ffwmrlsirf Luaguc: Varsity' 'l'ravk. A66. NlLlIlilg4'I'. -67g Rmlm-0 Clubg Wowapi EA-Xli'l'llN1AN. 5'l'liPIfIAWlE Qlunvl Fulurc Tcaulu-rs of Amari- vu: Artisans: junior Rod Crussg Knchinag Hodvo Clubg Tawasi IQIINI. NIKKI lSummer Sclluolj Arlisansg l,a Cimfuanlaineg Fuluro Nursvs ol' America Mike Biggs, Len Stewart, Julia Taylor. and Bobby Clark take time to show their proficiency in the art ol' building blocks. ELLEDCE, MARTHA tJunej Wieha- ka, Corresponding Secretary. ,674 Mod- ern Dance Clubg Rodeo Clubg C.S.U.g Future Teachers of Americag Future Nurses of America, La Cinquantaine, Kachina, Choralettes ELVICRSON, GINNY llunel C.S.U., Future Ntuses ol' Aineriea, Future Teachers of Amerieag Kachina: Rodeo Clubg Spirit Club: La Cinquantaine EMBRY, CAROLYN ljunej Future Farmers of America Sweetheart, H685 Spirit Club, Vice-President, '68, Wicha- lca. Chaplain, '68g Student Council Rep- resentative, i68g Quill and Scroll, Lane- er Staff, Reporter, ,68g Office Assistant: Rodeo Club, C.S.U.g Future Nurses ol' Amerieag Kachina, Junior Red Cross 'Q-.J Q-...,, ENGLER, JOHN lJanuaryl Distribulive l'iclueation EVANS, CLARE lJunel Mirabeau, Artisans, Rodeo Club, Fu- ture Nurses of America: Junior Rell Cross: Kachina FAGUNDO, NLARIA tjunej FAIN, MARY lJu11el Student Council, Alternate, '66, Repre- sentative, i671 May Fete Court, '66, Junior Class Seeretary: C.S.li.: Future Teachers ol'A1nerica, Secretary-Treasurer, i681 Future Nurses ol' Ainerieag Choraletlesg National Honor Society: National Spanish Honor Soeietyg Rodeo Club, N.D.C,C. Spon- sor, Wieliaka, Messenger, '68, La Cinquantaine: Modern Dance Club FALOUN, KELLY llunel National Honor Society, President. 767g Varsity Basketball, Captain, '68, Swiirnning Team. '66, '67: Cheerleader, Latin Honor Society FARRAR, DALE lJunel Swimming 'l'ea11n. '68 FAUNCE, MIKE Uunej Leltrrman. '66g Varsitx Football. '66. '671 Junior Varsity Track, 566g Varsity Track. '67 FEACIIN, PAT Flll,lJl'IR. GEORGIA Sophoniorc Football Team. lSumini-r Swhooll tjuni-j Howling Club. Presi- tlvnt, '67' tl 9 lv , i... . FOSTER, PANIELA t,lune'l Fulurv YllQ21t'llPl'S of Anieriva FRED, JAN tlunvl Arrowhvatlg National Honor Society: Nation- al Forcnsit' Loaguir, Si-wrt-tary, '66, Vice-Presirlont. '67: Latin Honor Souioly, S4-urt'lary. i671 Oflicv Assistant FREESE, TIMOTHY lSumincr Schooll Track Team FIIIEIQSON, ALAN tjunel Arrowhead, Vice-President: Nation- al l"orcnsit- League, Treasurer, i67g National Honor Sovii-ly. Vivo-Prvsidt-nt. 7685 Der Deutsche Verein, President. H681 Koi Cluhg National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalislg Junior Varsity Travk. '66, i675 Varsity Track, ,68g Cross-Country, 568g Scnior Cabinct GANCHAN, MEG Uunej Niwauna, New Mcinllvrs Chairman. 768, CSU.: Junior Red Cross, Treasurer, '67g La lfinquantaincg Kachina, Spirit Club: Student Counvil Allvrnatv, A671 Ol'llivi- As- sistant GANCHAN. SUSAN Hunt-J Niivainia. St'l'gt'i1Ill at Arms, '67, C.S.U.g Red Cross Rcpirst-iitatirv: La Cinquantaim'g Lancer Representative, i661 Otllivv Assistantg Artisans, Karhinag Mixed Chorus 58 SENI ORS uni .4-out 'E' FEHRO, FRANCRSCA Uunvj Frcnvli I'lonopSo1'ii-- Artisans, C.S.lf.: Library FEWELL, KATHY tjunsj ty. Presidcantg La Cinquan- Assistant, Kachina, Futtmr tainoz Karhina, T4-nnis Nursos ol' Amvrioa Team. .661 Dt-r Doutsvhi- Ycrein FISH HK. DONNA tjariuaryj Palomar FLUDINE. JAMES Uunel Arrowhead, Treasurer, National Honor Sovic-ty, Student Council Representative, '66: Mixed Cho- rus: Intvravtg Office Assistant, Astronomy Cluh, Treasurer, '68g Varsity Swimming Team, Letterman. '67, 768g Sophomorv Bas- kcthallg Kachina, Booster Club: Lancer Repruscntativc, '66 FOS'l'l4LR, FRED Uunel National Thespian Society: National Forensic Leaguizg Lancer Staff, Varsity Swimming, '68: Ramalg Rodeo Club, CSU., Oftioc Assistant: Mixvd Chorus: Kachina i E S i 2 GARDNER, DAVID Uunwj Sophoniorv Cabin:-tg C.S.l'.1 Rodeo Clubg SOpllOIl10I'1' '.., -f if "1 'if ,, KV I , V 1 I ,'W' f "": Football, L1-Ilcrlnan, 765g Varsity Trark. i683 Lab As- sislanlg Olliu' Assistanl if 1 W2 0 211 'W 9 1 1 5 r gf ,vw , W V Q , r,MF .g is ,, ,.V, yy V i 'V W fe: f'v r J Jw 1 F' ix 9' 'K 1 'X N :'A Q wg - wtf' 5281. ki? NrN f in E., orgy aNNrr f a rra l " go six? . . A ,r .I 'f ig , ,.A, , i, , GA H 1 A A D. BREIN in N A1 jg? Uunvj Rodeo Club: Wowapi K X. ,, ill 1- 5' Barbara Pow:-ll and Marianna Cooley are caught trying to 1-svapc the lnanx senior activilivs, gDon't Fence Me In, GATES. FABIHNNE Uunx-1 Nalional Honor Sonic-Ivg Kar-liinag Choralottesz Niwaunag Rvd Cross Reproscnlaiivo, 767g Lancer llcpr'cser1lalix'e'. '66: Fuiurx- Nurses of An10rim'a: Studenl Counvil licprosfmlativv, '66: Ollire- Assistant CAUT, MAlillQ'l"llA Uunuj .lunior Cabinm-tg Sludcnl Council Alternalv. '66. '68: Orcnda Beauty, '67g Wirhakag C.5.l,l.g La ClIlqLl2lI1lLllll1'2 Rodrno Club: Wowapi GERLOFIV. l5il.l,EN Uunvj National Spanish Honor Sorictyg Kar-liina GIlil3lCR'l'. DENNIS PAUL lsllllllllvl' S1-hoolj C.S.ll.: Hall Patrol GILLILY. AL ljune-1 Al'I'0XYl1C21illNi1llOIIBl Honor Srwiclyg Span- isll Mvril Award. -66: 'lillird Ycar Spanish ,-Xwarml. '67g Lancer Stall. -673 Library ulssistantg Svnior Cabinet Gt JLDBERG. CH ICRYI, Uuni-J GOLDBERG. HELEN ljunvj GOLDSTON, ANNE Urine-J Sophonioro Cabinvt: Kachina: Cho- ralvllesq w4ll'llllliLi. l':IlSlUl'lllIl. ,672 Slurlvnl liounvil R4'p1'i'se-11Iu- lixc. '61 'Oli ROl'lPfl Club. '67, 768: Gym Leadvrg Clie-rolwe Council. 'lvnnif llvad, '08 GOODSUN, JUDY ljanuaryl 59 GREEN, ROBERT L. Uunvl Bowling Team, Lellorman, '66. 167g Mixed Cliorusg C.S.U. GOODSON. STEPHANIE ljunvl Dislriluilivv Education GRADY, Mllili Uunel Latin Honor Sovicly GRACG, JLLIE llunej National Honor Socivtyg Mirabeaug Chr rulvltcsg Quill uml Scrollg Der Uoutsclie Ven-ing Junior R01 Cross. '66, H675 l,21Ill'0l' Staff, '67 Mr. Harold Cosllow lrics to convince' Alox Kalclis. Axim' Rliein. and Mvg Ganchan lliul he doesn'l want to buy 2 their mums. 60 SEN! ORS y ow- GRFLENLEAIV, .HM l5umm1-r Svhooll U REENWOOI 3. MARTH A Lliniuaryj O-ui GREENWOOD. lVllMI Uuncl Kaivliinag Offivc Assistant: WY vliuluig Rodeo illullq C.S.l,l.: Cliorulcltesg Fulurv Nurses Q A1l1c'ri1'z1 GRI-ISIIAM, MARGARET ljunol National Mcrril Scholarslii LPlll'l'UlmCOIT1IT1CIlIT1lll0IlQ National Spanish Honor Sooietyg Stl den! Council Reprnrse-ulative, i663 Kavliina HALBICRT, JULIE Uumel Clioralcllos, Secretary, '67g Gyi Leailvr: Ullicc Assislunlg Future Nursvs ofAmcri4:11: Kzichinl Junior Ri-il Cross '66 , HAMMOND, BEN Uunej Sophomore Football, '66, Sophomore HAMBLET, JIMMY tjunej HAMILTON, JOHN tjunei Sophomore Basketball, '66, ,luniin Varsity Track, Letterman, '66, Cross Country, '67, Varsity Track, '68, Letterman, '67 Baseball, '66, Junior Varsity Baseball, '67, Distributive Educa- tion HARGROVE, ELISF Uunej C.S.U., Future Nurses of America: Future Teachers of America, Rodeo Club, Kachina HARPER, WENDELL RORY tjunej National Merit Scholar- ship Semi-Finalist HARRELL, DEBORAH tlunej HARRIS, GAY tjanuaryj Mirabeau, May Fete Court, '66, '67 HAWKINS, JULIE tjunej Lancer Stall, 766: Student Council Alternate, '66, Wichaka, Library Assistant: Kachina, Rodeo Club, La Cinquantaine, French Honor Society: Quill and Seroll ay Later 'VA HAY, LINDA Llunej 'I'awasi, C.S.L., Gym Leader, Office As- sistant: Lancer Business Stull, Manager, '67, Future Teachers of America: Rodeo Club: Lancer Representative, Future Nurses of America HAYNES. GAYLE Qlunej Student Council Representative, '67, Lancer Advertising Staff, '67, C.S.lI., Future Nurses of Ameri- ca, Rodeo Club, Future 'Ileaeliers ol' Aniericu HENDRICK, SUSAN tjunej Palaniar, Future Nurses ot' Ameri- ca. Secretary, 368, Future Teachers ot' Aineriea, Olliee Assistant HERZOC, BECKY Uunel National Thespian Society, Appren- tice, '66 HINKLE, LINDA Llunej Arrowhead, Senior Cabinet, French Honor Society, La Cinquantaine: ,lunior Red Cross Alternate, '67, C.S.ll. HI'l'CIfIt'l0CK, CLAUDIA Uunel National Honor Society, Freneh Honor Society, Mirabeau, Lancer Staff, ,68, Quill and Scroll, Clioralettes, Sergeant at Arms, '68, Future Nurses of America: Future Teachers of America, Rodeo Club, La Cinquan- laine, Kaehina: C.S.U.: Gym Leader: Spirit Club 61 tiny' !- Z- S 'if' hf 'JA L Becky Brandenberger and Sally Brown show surprise at being nominated "Cuties of the Month." HODGI-LS, Ll'CILl,E Uunel Arrow- head, La Cinquantnine. President, ,68, Prograin Chairman, '67, French Honor Society, Secretary '68, Student Counciil Representative. '67, National Honor Society, Library Assistant, Red Cross Representative. '66 Wh HOLMBERG, GINGER num-i -'N-if Q'--"fy 62 SEN! ORS HOLMES, 'IUMNIY Uunel Cheerleader, Student Council, Presi- dent, '67, Representative, '66, Ramal, President, 767, Party Chziirinan, 566: National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commenda- tion, National Honor Society, Sophomore Football, Letterman, '66, C.S.lj., Junior Gentleman, Lancer Business Staff, Rodeo Club, Booster Club HOPPE, ROBBIE llunel HORTON, DARYL lSllI'I'tIH6l' Svhooll HORTON, ELIZABETH ljunej Cherokee Counvil, 'llruck and Field Head, '68, Wicliaka, Secretary, '68, C.S.l'.: Choralettes, Future Nurses of Arnerica, Rodeo Club, Gym livaclerg Knvhina: Office Assistant HOWE, NANCY Uunel Arrowhead, National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society, Student Countril Alternate, '66, Red Cross Representative, '67, Future Nurses ol' Anwrioa, Future'Teat-hers of America, Rodeo Club, Chornlottf-s, C.S,U. HUDSON, SUZAN tjunirj Wivliaka, C.S.U., Rodeo Club, Chor- alettes, Telephone Chairman, Ollire Assistant, Student Council Alternate, '66, '67, Future Nurses of America IIUIQGEL. NANCY ljunej HUETE, KENNETH Student Count-il Alternate, Uzinuaryj Distributive Edu- '66g LaCiliqttat11lzlil1e, '65g ezttion, School Bookstore Palamar Me? Mun ager 75 K VV HLTFF. JOYCE Lltiiiiiaryj INNERARITY, PEGGY Astronomy Club, St't'I't'lilI'y, Llunej Distributive Educa- '67, President, '68g Arti- tion, President, '671 Chor sansg Junior Red Crossg l,zt uleltesg 'lJi'i-Hi-Y, Setrelary Cinquantaine ,664 C.S,ll.: Kachina IRWIN, LINDA ljunej Pu lamar, '67: CSU., Bowling Club, '66g Kaehinag Choi' alettes IVY, TERRY Uunej Junior Varsity Football, Letterman, Office Assistant: Fire Lieu- tenant. '66 JACKSON, MARTHA Uunel 'lJuwusi, President, '61 Artisans, Vicev President, '66, Progrtun Chairman. '67, C.S.U.g Rodeo Club, Km-Irina, Lune- er Staff, '67, Ltuieer Repre- sentative, '66 JACKSON, MARY Uunej JAMAR, PHYLLIS tJuntj JAMES. LEDA lJunel La Cinquantaine, Future Nurs- es oi' America, Red Cross Representative, '66, '67 JANES, LINDA Uunej JOHN, BONNIE fSunimer Sophomore Cabinetg Junior Sehoolj Artisans: City Areh- Cabinetg Student Council ery 'llc-zun, '66. '67, '68 Representative, 7683 Nation al Spanish Honor Society La Cinquantaine. Secretari- Future Nurses of Amerieag Wowapi, Library Assistant JOHNSON, SHARON Uunej Kachinag La Cin- quantaineg Future Nurses of Anierieag Rodeo Club, Jun- ior Red Cross, Vieelnresid- ent, J67, Alternate, '68, Clioralettes, Vice-President, '68, ,Junior Cabinet: Student Council Representative, '68g C.S.ll,g Offiee Assistant, Senior Class Treasurer JOHNSON, Sl'llRl,EY Uunel Kachina, Clioralettesg Rodeo Club, Future 'l'eat'h- ers of Alnerieug Future Nurses of Amerieag Lab As- sistant, Senior Cabinet JOHNSON, SKIP Uunej JOHNSTON, ROBBIE JONES. LIBBY tJunej Ka- JONES, LINDA Uuncj Ar- JONES, RICK C.S.li., Pow Wow, Stage lJunej vhina, C.S.U,, Mixed Cborus tisans, Rodeo Club, Bowling fSurnmor Sclioolj Crew, '66, Lab Assistant, Team, '67 Latin Honor Society JORDAN, SHERRY Uunel Arrowhead, Rod Cross Representa- tive, 766, Gym Leader, Kavliina: Cherokee Badminton Head, '68, Der Deulselie Vt-rein. Trcasiirvr, '67, Library Assistant, Office Assistant, National Honor Society JOURNEAY, JAN Uunc-J Nlirabeau, Sergeant at Arms, '66, '67, Social Cliairinan, '67, Ori-nda Staff. Tyinist, '66, Cirls' Sports, '67, '68, Senior Cabinet, Rodeo Club, Der Deutsche Yerein, Fu- ture Nurses of Aineriva, Quill and Scroll, City Volleyball Team. 566, Cherokee Couneil, Softball Head, J66, Cvrn Leader, Office Assistanl J KAHN, lVllKE fSunnner Sclioolj Hall Patrol IQXLDIS. ALEXANDRA Uunej Arrowhead, Niwauna, Ser- geant at Arms. '67, Publicity Chairman, ,66, Choralffttc-s. Presi- dent, '66, National Honor Society, Vice-President, '67, Future Nurses ol' America, Vice-President, '67, Wowapi, Sovretary, J66, Der Deutsvlie Vercin, Cherokee Council, Secretary, '67, Spirit Club. Treasurer, '68, Student Council Representative, '66, H673 Alternate, '68, Orenda Statf, Club Editor, '68, Junior Cabinet, Quill and Scroll, C.S.l.l., Gym Leader, Library Assistant KARP. VICKIE tJunej Kachina, National Spanish Honor Socie- ty, Lancer Staff, '66, Palainar. Gilt Cliairinan, 767. Song Leader, '68, C.S.U.: Student Council Ri-pri-senlalive, '66, '68, Lab As- sistant IQAUCHER, Bora Qian.-y 64 SENIORS JONICS, TOMMY tjunei JORDAN, BETTY Uunej Library Assistant, Office Assistant, Der Deutsche Verein. Secretary. '67, Kachina JORDAN, KERRY Uunej Modern Dance Club, Bourgoisc Dance Award, '67, Tawasi, Artisans, La Cinquantaine, Spirit Club 5 Q l 2 KICEl,AND,PEGGYtlunej KEEPERS. GENIC tlunel KELLEY, JEWELL Uunel Kachina: Artisansg Office Ll1ClYlqU2iI1I3II1C1DPTDGUI- Otllire Assistantg Distribu- Assistant: Tawasi, Secre- SUIXC VCTCIHZ Hllll PHIFOIQ tive Education tary. '6Tg Choralcttes: RWICU CIUIF Rodeo Club Senior Engagement KICRBOW, DAVID tjunel Kachina, Treasurer, '66g Junior Varsity Football, Lettcrniallg National Merit Scholarship Letter of Com- rnendationg Pow Wowg Lit- tle Red KERN, BETTY tlunej Ar- rowheadg Wichakag May Fate Court, ,66g National Spanish Honor Societyg Choralettesg Student Coun- vil Representative, '66, Al- ternate. '67: Kachina WendeII Odom is caught trying to elopv with Sharon Cahn:-5. KIIMAN, VIRGINIA Uunel Kachi- nag Modern Dance Cluhg La Cinquan- taineg Mixed Chorus KIMBALL, TODD tjunel Varsity Football Team, ,6TQ Rodeo CIuIJ KING, PAM Uunej Band, Majorutteg Offire Assistant 65 -NB -"MV Ny KINSNIAN, KAY ljunel KNAPP. DEBBIE llunel KNOX. JOE KOCH, JOE lluiiel Sopho- KUENIG, PHY LLIS llunej Nixraunag C.S.ll., Euture Arrowlieadg National Honor lSL1IIlIIlP1' Srhoolt mmap Basketball, Letter. Armwlwadg National Honor Nurses ol' America Sovivty: National Merit mgmg junior Varsity Base- Sonic-ty, National Spanish Scliolarsliip Semi-Finalist: ball. lmllifrman Honor Society, Palarnar, In- Band stallation Chairman, '67, President, 367, Quill and Scroll, Orenda Business Staff: Crm Leaderg Olfiee Assistant: Junior Red Cross, Kachina Head for the Exit KOILSTISR, MARLICNE ljunel junior Bed Cross. President 767, Artisans, C.S.l,.: Rodeo Club, Future Nurses ol' America, Kachina, Lab Assistant KRISTAL, LORRAINIQ llunel Kachina: Modern Dann' Club National Spanish Honor Sofxioly: Mixed Chorus: Palaniar: lfuture Teachers ol' America KRUEGER. DOUG ljunvj Sopliomorv Football Team, '66 Sophomore Ylitllifli Team. T363 Booster Club 66 SENIORS v l KUBIK, STEVE Llunel Soplloinore Football Team, Sophomore Cabinet: Office Assistant: Pow Wow LAMKIN, KATHY Uunel Student Council Representative, '66, '67, Lancer Representative, '66, '67, ,681 Artisans, Red Cross Representative: Kachina, CST.: Rodeo Club, Tawasig lVlixcd Chorus, Lab Assistant LANDRY, BRUCE ljunej Junior Varsity Football, Trainer. i661 Varsity Football, Manager, ,67, '68, Sophomore- Basketball. Trainer, '66, 767: Varsity Basketball, Trainer, '67, '68, Key Club, Lancer Staff' LANE, PATSY Uunel Student Council Representative, '66, Miraba-au, Chaplain, '67: Choraleltvsg Future Nurses ol' America, Gym Leader LATSON, SHERRY Uunel Future 'lbatzlien-s of Ameriva, Future Nurses of Americtag Clioralettesq La Cinquantaine: C.S.ll,3 Rodeo Ciuh LAWLESS, MIKE ljunvl lrari 1 Prn Danuv Clulw: National Thcspiun Sm-in-ly. App1'vx1liu- Alice MCGw'. Wallvr Bisscx. Betsy Huclmling, and Kelly Faloon tulu- llw llistcst may down. LAWRENCE. CHRIS llunvl IAY. JOHN Llillllllllfl N1- lionul Honor Socivly: 54-nior Class Vive-P1'esillv11l: l,ulin Honor Society: Urvmlu Business Staff. '66, Assisi- um Manager, '67, lXflLllIllg4'l'. '68: Pow Wow: K4-y Club: .lunior Cabinel: Soplmnlore Baslif-tball. T161 C.S.ll.: Quill and Svrollg lioosler Club: Chvss Clulv. Yln4'i-IIH Captain. '66: l,um'm-r Holly?- scntaliwr, '66: Uflivc sislanl LEAIIY. JEAN Llunel Yol- lvylmll Tvurn, '66: Km:l1inu: C.5.ll.: lFllllLl't' Nursvs ol AllNFl'll"l QNX ,,,,, Ll-Llflllli. MAHGIE l.lE1l1llLll'f'l l'lLllllI'L' Nursvs of :Xnu-1'im C.5.l'.: Cliniz- Assistani LEE. 5llFllQl'lY ljunvl Llilfl-'. .IU-XXNE Uum-l LlQflLlQH. LARRY ljunvl liH4'lllHilQ C.S.U.: Bowling rllwllll. '6T: Uoostvr Club LEISER, JIM lllunvj 'lllnnis 'lllamz lioclwo Cluln: lJLlllL'PI' Stall: May Fel? Es1'4n'l: C.S.l'. LElN1BERG,JANl'1'l' Sl SAN lluncl Pillllllllllf Hml4'oClub: Mod- L qnfiggifvg AZ' ii f FS' .,,, N .:, ..,.1 A . 4 M M f. ggfff as Karen Taylor. Susan Gamrhan, Alex Kaldis, Sll2lI'0H johnson, and Mvg GLlIll'lli1Il show their loyally Io the team at llu' Lvv gains. LIQVENS. LANCE Uunvj Junior Varsity Football. Lrftlvrmull. A661 Varsity Football. Lett:-rmaut. '67 LEVY. ROBERT Uuncj Sopllomore Cabinvlg Junior Cabinelg Sttulunt Counvil Heprosentativc, '68: Artisans font Rott ko -""..:,v" L.. .5 LINAM, Sl ZANNE fjunej Lll'SlIOMB, CHARLENE LI'lvl'LER. CHIP Uuuvj LONG, CARL Uztntulryj LONG, SUE Lluncj Niwau- RodevClub:C.S.U.g'1'awasi. Uune-J l,I.S.ll.: llillfali' AS' SOIll10Ill01'6GEIlll0I11ilI1 Futura FiiI'Il'1Q'I'SlPl'AII1t'I'l4'Llf. ua: Future' 'llt'iiI'l1E'l'S of Sergeant al Armsg May Fete sistzmt: lull Cllllllldllllillllf Rutlvo Clubg C.S.lt. America: Romlvo Clubg Court, 566, '67 C.S.U.g Arlisunsg Kuvltinag 68 SENI ORS Spirit Club ,OOMIS, MINA Ilunej Modrrn Dana' Club. '66. 7673 Palannarl lational Merit Svliolarsliip Semi-Finalist ,OPEL MARTHA Uanuaryj La Cinquantaineg Futurc Tcucli- -rs of Alnvricag Junior Red Cross Alternate: Artisansg C.S.Il. DVING, LINDA Uunvj ,UDWICK, LINDA Uunel Kachinag Future Nursvs of America Rodeo Clubg C.S,U.g Spirit Club ,URIE, ROBERTT Uunej ,UTEN, ERIC Uunej Future Farmers of America Seats INIMCRIQCOR. CHARLES llunel Booslvr Clubg Rods-0 Clullg Sopho- niorn- Foutball, l..CIlPI'llIL1Il, '65g Lab Assistant: lruri Mc'ASI'IAN, KAREN Uunvl Nutinnul Tin-spiun Scwivty, Sm-i'vta1r'y. ,683 Pa- lalm11'gKzu'l1imlg lNlix4'd Cliurusg junior Rod Cross, '66 -4323? M4-CARTY. STANLEY nvl .luninr Vuiwitx Rust-- KN IVIQBRIDE, JUDY Uuncj MCCARTIIY. BARBARA MHCARTHY, .IIILIA Mixed Chorus, Librurizin, flume-I Modvrn lluiwc- Club: fjunvl Arruwluradg National flu '68g Oflim- Assistunlg L3 C.S.I'.g Iimlm Clulr Honor Suuictyg Latin Honor bull Cinquanlainc Swim-Iyg Sludcnl Counwil Al- tc1'1nit4-g Wowapig Lu Cin- tIlltlI1lilIIIt'Q Tziwusi Mt-t ILELLAND. LI NDA Llunt-I Nutiunul Honor Soui- vty: Niwuunu, Cluipluin, H683 Studvnt Council Rcprvsvnt- alive-, 7661 .luniur Cubinctg Senior Culnnclg Mixed Cho- rus, Liln'ariztn, i081 National 'lllwspian Swim-ty, Appren- ticcg C.S.I'.. Vive--Prusitlvnt, '68g Office Assisluntg Kachi- na ,....-uf' 70 SENI ORS mm Patty Thomas shows oll' her stunning new dress for disinterested Larry McNeill and Barry Kazilas. NlcCONKl'iY. UAYIIJ tjunel Baseball Team Uuncl Mt-LII ILLEY, ROBERT Behind the Mt'Cl'lE. ALICE Uanuaryl Niwauna, Sports Chairman, '66, New Nlenibers Chairman. '67. President, 568g Urenda Staff, .lunior Editor, '6T. .681 Quill and Seroll. Secretary , '67g Student Coun- cil Repteseiitatiw. '66g May Fete Court, '67g Latin Honor Socio- tyg Grin Leader M1-KENZIE. LIND,-X tlanuaryl Mt'NIl'l'lREY, PAM tjuut-J Kat-hina: Wowapi, Vive-President, 'OTL Palatnur: Xlorlern Daunte tiluh: Artisunsg La Cinquanlaim-3 ,lunior Rf-tl Lross Nh-NEll,l,, l,.-XRHY ljuna-1 :Xrrowln-aclg National Honor Sovivly, l'1'm-sitlvt1t.'67: National Nlt'l'llSt'llf7lLlI'Sl1llJlA'llt'l'tllilltllllllltftlllil- lion: Key tilulm. Svi'rc'ta1'r. '66. l'rvsi4lt'i1t, '671 Junior Varsity Buskt-tlmll. l,vttt'rinan. T763 Varsity liaslwtliull, Lt-ttvrnmn, '67, '68 Captain. '68g Student tiounvil lit-pit-st't1talivt-, '66g Latin llonor Society: Sopltoniore Czihinvt Nlt'NlflR. FOREST tlunel N.D.C.C., Hille 'l'ezun, '66, Color Guard. '66. Drill learn. '67, Ullicvr, ,68 NICQLHAE. LINDA ljunel Student Council Rcpmscrltative, '61 .-Xlternate. -661 Lancer Representative, '66: Choraletles, Publicity Chairman. '61 R0flPOClll.lJQ,ll111lO1' Red Cross, 7663 Ka- china: ,-Xrtisans: Future Nurses of America MADHIGAL, ROD Uum-I La ClIlqlIL1Illi1lI1PQ .lunior Rr,-fl Cross. I67:Natio1ml Fo- re-nsic Lvagilfz N.D.C.C.. Drill Team, '66, 67. '68. Rifle Team. '67. Officer. '68g Junior Varsity Base- ball, '67 GQ. 170- gf I 5- A . Q, ' f - ' 5 wg .. I . MAG.-XZINER, MARK NIAGUULAS, ANGELO Uunvj Lunvvr Staff, .672 Llunvj N.D.C.C. IVIALINOWSKI. WALTER WILLIAM llunz-J Junior Varsity Ffmrball. Letlvrman. '66g Vursils Track, '66: Sophomore Basketball. '66: Rodeo Club: Office As- sistant iv i , MALONE. DEMPSEY Uuncl May l'l1'l1'lfS1'0l'l, '66g Rudvo Club. Sr:f:rclz1l'y, 768g Student Council Kepreselil- ative. 7661 Future Farmers of Ailivriva. Senlinffl, '67, President. 168 NIALONE. DIIIKIE l,llllll'l MALONEY. KATHY NIANIIEL. LYDIA lluml Sopliornorc lfuolluill UUIICI Mirulwaii. 'I'4'lvplml14- llliuirrnun. 'GTL lfiilurv S Nursvs ol' A11w1'i4'u: Arli- sunsg Gym Lvarlerz Offiw Assistant: Kin-hina: .lunmr Hvd C11 rss fir, 'Wr- fer:- MARIQSCA. TONY Llurn-J Arrmxlu-udg lNalimuiI Nlr-ril Sr-lmlzirsliip Sm-nii-l"inulisl: Nuliunul Hcmur Suvir-ty: Sn-niur flubillwtp Stull:-nl Couric-il H01111-se-lilrltiw-. -661 Inlerucl, lJI't'SlLll'Ill, '68: Latin Ilonor Sovicly. Vim-- Prcsiilc-nt, '68: Ranialz Yurs- ily Baseball, Le-Ilm-rman. '66. '67, '68 la Nl,XllSll:Xl,l,. MICLISSA YIAIITIN, BILL Uunf-I NI:Xll'l'lN. CIIAlil,SlLl l4lllll1'l Nuliunul llunm' Suri- lruri, 'llrr-uSl1l'l'1', 'GGL 5111- Llllllllilldl vlj: Slurlvnl iluuuvil llvprv- ilvnl Ifuunvil lI1'Pl'4'Sl'lllll- sr-iilartiw. '661 Slualn-nl liwg Nillltlllill I'lHl'l'IlHl4' fluunril Alll'l'lllll1'. '6T. -681 l,t'LlQIL1t' Nli I'LllN'1.lLl. llrnmvspoii :li ng 5wr'0Iui'y. .671 Ds-r Dvu sr-lw Y ervin. I 111'- -68: llllim-er Assistant 1. Pri-sulviu. NIA RTI N. N A NCY Un nr-J IilI4'L'l'li'Llll4'l'2 Urvmlar BULILI- lluy l"4-lv. IJLIVIIUSS, 566: Kal- vliinu. Sw.. '661Soph. Ludyg junior Laulx: Slurlcnl Coun- vll. N-rx. 61: bopli. Lnlmn-lg I'lUl1l4'l'0IlIlllg I,I'lIlt't'SSL Lnmfari' Staff. Pirliire liiditor. A66. Sm'i1-ls-Club Flrlitur, '67. Pagv Ifdilor, H682 Mira- beau: Library Assislanlg Gym I.czul1frg l.R.C.g C.S.U.g F.N.A.g F.'l'.A.: Spirit Club IN. 66: Nxpll. Lluss 54-:xg 'Nw lVlA'l"l'OX, GENE MAY, DELORIS Uuncl Ta- IVIEGLASSON, MARTIN IVIELVILLE, DARLENE MILLER, BETTY Ilunol QSummcr Soliooll wasi: C.S,Il.g Rodoo Club, Uuncl NHS, National Merit UUIICI LH Cillqualrltaiiwg Ka- Lanoer Staff Scliolarsliip Letter of Com- china: National Forensic n1cndatior1gBoys Statcg Ta- League: Red Cross Alter- wasi Cup, Football Team, nate. '68 Trainer, 766, '67, '68, Track Toam, Trainer, Q66, 767, ,68g Student Council, Ramalg Der Deutsche Ver- oin, Interact, Office As- sislant MILLER. PATTI Uuncl Kachina, National Thcspian Society, Tl'CLiSll.l'f?1'. '67, '68: Mixed Chorus, Librarian, 767, One-Act Play Contcst. '67: National Forensic Loagno lX'Ill,l,ltlAX. GARY ljnnvl Arrowlit-ad, National Honor Society, liitvrart: Ranial: l,ani'i'i' Stall, '66, Office Assistant, Soplionioro Raski-Iball MOI"I"E'I"l'. II.-X'l'HI.I'lICN Llnni-J II.S.ll.g La Cinqnanlainir, Rodvo liltili k"x?mfw. " . Senior Scholar hips MOFFETT, JOHN Uunvl C.S.L.g Swimming Tearn. Letterman '67, H683 La Cinquantaineg Band, '66 MOIINKE, RODNEY Uunvj Varsity Football. '67 MORRIS, BILL Llunoj National Mt-rit Svliolarsliip Semi- Einalislg Interatzt MORSE, IVIIIII-IAEL Lliim-I Diflriliutiw IfItlll4'illl0II. Yiw- l'rt-sitle-nt. '68 MOSELEY. STIQPII,-XNIE Llunvl 'l'axsasi: Clioralcttosg Rodoo Club, Olllivv Assistant MOSSLER. MARTHA Unnt-J I l 72 SENIORS VIOTHERAL, LINDA Qlunej Artisans: Spirit Club NIOURSUND, KINN Uunol Lancvr Stall, 166 VIURPHY, GENE Uunvl Rznnal: Junior Cabinet: Sophomore football, 766: Junior Varsity Football. IAIIIPFIIILIII. '66 :rm l'lIHl,2f'i:.i WJ' "" 55 df: YI ohn Allen and Joe Knox assisted the counselors by making a bulletin board with vollffgo li- ancial aid information. WASH, KEN Uuncj National Honor Society: Swim Team, uetterrnan, 766, '67, '68. Jiin Holt Award. '67: Office Assistant: ,ab Assistant: Pow Wfowz C.S.U.: Rodeo Club: Chess Club: Der Deutsche Vercin XIEEDHAIVI, SUSAN Uunvl Niwaiina: 5lutlent Council Repre- tzntatixfe, ,67: C.S.Il.: Kar'-liiiia: Oflicv Assistant: Future Nurses if Annwricn XIEEL, PAM Uanuaryl Palznnar: Dislrilrutiw Erlnrution, Trvu- urer. '67: Future- Yursvs ofiAl11tfl'it'L1: l,1.S.li. WEVILII, MARIANNI-I Uuin-I Clnn'al4'llt's: City Vollt-yllull lloam, TJ6: Ullirv Assistant: tI.S.l'.: Rotlvo Club: N.D.tI.tI. Sponsor, '68: .Iunior ll:-tl Cross. '66: Kavhina: Futura- Nurst-s ol 'liiitwimzag Fulurv 'lit-:ivliws ol' Aimwiva XIEWTON, MARCIE Uunc-I Clioralvttcs. Ilaiiw Crvw. '68: Stu- lunt Council Rrpi'esm1tatix'0, i661 Junior Cabinet: Futuro Nurses ii'A1nvrif,-ag Kachina: Ulliico Assistant: C.S.l'.: Future' Tvarliers bf Amtfrica: Rodeo Club: Junior Rt-d Cross NIIBLACK, MIMI Uuncl Artisans: Art Award of Excellenve, '67 MYERS. PATRICIA tluntl Choralcttns. Lancer Staff, '68 .ff 45...-v' NICE, BRENDA Uunej Niwauna, Student Council Representativcg La Cinquantaineg Kachina, N.D.C.C.'Sponsor, '68, Cho- ralettes NICHOLS. LINDA Unm-I NIELSSEN. SANDY NIKEL. DUN Ilunel Dia- liacliina. -661 .Iunior Rml Llunvj National Spanish tribuliw- Erlnvalion Cross. '66. '67: Dislribtltixc l'Ionor Society Education umm, BRUILE QJUH.-5 NURDLING, PAT Ilunvj Maj' Ifete Duchess, '66, Ta- wasi, New Members Chair- man. '66, Secretary, 767g Orvncla Beauty, '67g Junior Red Cross. '66, '67, Rodeo Clubg Office F Assistantg Lancer Staff, Circulation Manager, '67, Gym Leader, Spirit Club ODEN. JACK D. Ilunej N.D.C.C., Officer, '68, Citv Honor Guard, A67. '68, Drill Toain. '67, '68, Comrnanrler, '67 Rifle Tealn. '66g Orenrlu Staff. PI1UIlJgI'3IJllt?I', '67 ODOM, WENDEIJL Ilunel National Forensic League Ire isui or, '66. '67: Banilg Urvln-strag Senior Cabinet One Little, Two Little, . . . OVERSTREET, SUSIE Ilunej Arrowlicatlx National Spanish Honor Societyg Citi Volleyball Team. '661 Student Council AI- ternate, '66g Oftive Assistant, Modern Dance Club: Lilvrary As- sistant PAPPAS, DENA Ilunej PAPPA5, SEWELL Hunt-I Iiab Assistant PARENT, PATRICIA Unnej La illlttllllllllillllli Rods-o Clnlig Arlisnnsg Kavliinaz Ollim' Assistant PARKER, RICHARD Ilunvl N.D.C.C.3 llull Patrol PARRISH, KAREN Uunvj Lancer AfIN'4'l'IlSIIli1 Stall, C.S.II., Future Nurses of Amvrivaz Rodeo Clubg Office Assistant 74 SENIORS .w-"-Q, H95 PASCUE, JOSEPH ljuncl PASS' PRISCILLA ljanu- PASY,-XNTIS. GEORGE PAWELEK, RICKY l AWLILY MARY SpanishPoetryContest.2ml aryl Office Assislantg La lllum-l Hall Pan-U1 fjanuuryj IIILABI IH fjumj Mwui Plaw. '66, 3111 Place. '6T: Ciuqllamtaineg C.S.lf. Hall Patrol Big Red lakes over wllilv Litllm- Red, Duvirl Kerbow, lakes a rvst. PAYNE. RICKEY lllu nel PEREZ, EVA Llunel Arvlm- ery Teurn, '661 Junior R1-ll Cross. 167: Olliw Assistant PERRY, JOHNNY l.lum,-J Ramalg Rmlvo Club: Booster Club. Prvsirlvnl. 'CJTL Stu- mlvnt Counvil Altm-nam-, '66, '67g Junior Cubinelg Lancer Stall, '66g Lancer Rvpre- smltatiw. '66. .671 ,lunior llm-ml Cross. '661 C.S.Il. 76 SENI ORS PETERS, ANNE llunej Gym Leaderg Artisans, Progranl Chair- man. '67: La Cinquantaineg Future Nurses of Ameriuag junior Red Cross. '63g C.S.If. PETERS. WALTER llunel PETE HSON, STEVE tjuni-J PICKARD, CHRISTINA llunel Mixed Cliorusg Marching Band. 767, 768g Kachinzig C.S.U. PIKE, JEANETTE llunej C.S.U.. Chaplain, '67 PLITT, BITSY f5umincr Schooll Choralettesg C.S,Il.: Kachina POSEY. CAROL lSun1mer Seliooll Tawasig Kavliinag C.S.ll.g Offive Assistant POTTER. CYN'l'l'IIA l.Ium-j National Honor Sorietyg Wiclialcag Spirit Club, St't'rvta1'y, '68g Student Council Representative, '66g City Volleyball Tezun, '66: Letterman, '66. l67g City Swimming Tezun. Letterman, '66, '67g Choralettes, Dance Crewg Rodeo Club: Modern Dance Clulvg La Cinquuntaineg Futtue Nurses of America Personalit Plu POWELL, BARBARA Uunel National Honor Society: Mira- he-au, Recording Secretary, '67g Clieerleaderg Homecoming Prin- wss, T373 May Fete Court, Duchess, ,66, Maid, '67g Student Council Alternate, '66g C.S.U.g Choralettesg Rodeo Club: Future ative. '66. PUWELI ,. Vercin POWELL, man. '66. Nurses of Americag Spirit Clubg Gym Leadvrg Lancer Represent- '67g Lal: Assistantg Oflice Assistztntg Lancer Advertis- ing Stall, '67 JULIA ljunej Niwauna, Treasureiy '68, Publicity Cliairman. '67g Junior Red Cross, '67g C.S.U.g Der Detitselir PATRICK WILLIAM lluncl Colt' EIIULIHI, Letter- '67 POWERS, PENNY Llunej Choralettvs: Junior ltr-tl Cross, '67 '68g Lu Ciriqtluiitailieg Kzwliina PRATT. PEGGY lSunnnr'r Stfliooll PRICE, PRIS ljunel Puture Nurses of Aint-riva: C.S.U. ag in QUINN, SLTSAN' tlunel l lAGUSA, NANETTE Llunvl Artisans: Bowling Tvtun, '66, 57, '68 LAY. DONNA tim-t lEAD. DIANE llanuaryj lxlll'?lbC'HllI Clioralt-ttvsg ll.S.ll.g Futuri- lurses of America: Student Council Alternate, '66g Lulu Assist- ntg Office- Assistant: Lanrer Advertising Staff, '67g Roda-o Club l IEDDING. BETSY ljanuaryl Senior Class Treasurcrg Arrow- vztd: National Honor Soi-ivty, Secretary, 367g Ercncli Honor So- ictyg May Et-tv Durlwss, '66g Student Council Rcprcscntatiw-1 topliomorv fltilmim-tg Senior Cabinet: C.S.U., Secretary. T361 lyni l,t'atlci': Niwuunai, Now Mcmbcrs Clliilfllliltl, i662 Lancer talifg Quill and Svrollg Lum-er Representative EED, PAT tlunt-J Sophoniorc- Basketball Team. Letterman, 56g Red Cross Altm'mtte', '67 EEDER, MA RCEl.l.A Qluncl Office- Assistant: Futura Nurscs lAir1eriCag Palarnur, Pttlllirity Cluiiriimti. '67 PRIEST. :Xl.l,YSUlY Llunt-j Ort-mln Stull, Sopliomore Editor '67. Editor-iti-llliit-ll, i681 Ai'rowln-itil: Nzilionnl Honor Socicty l7rt-nt-li National Honor Socivty. llulllivity llluiirmttn, '68: Span ish National Honor Sovitftyg lVllI'illtl'2lll. lllvssviigvtg '67, Yicc Prefsident. -681 May Ft-tv Court, llttvlivss, l6Tg tlirls' Stats- Rep trsmitatiw. '67gS1udtwntCountzil lit-pwst-iittttixt-, '01 i683 lilior alettesg Quill and Scroll: Spirit Club: Gym l.t-u4l4't': l,a1 llintluztn taintf: Kat'-liina PRINCE, PEYTON l,lL!I'ILltlI't'l QLIINN. ANN Qlunel Homecoming finalists tcnsvly await the election results. 77 lilillfi BILL llunffl Lancer Staff. '66: Library Assistant IIEICHICK. MANNY llanuaryl Nu-""' RPIINHARDT, PAT Llunvl Dnr D1-lltsvlu' Ya-ruin 'swirl HEINHART. EMILY tlunt-J lI.S.l'.g Citi Yollt-yball Tvani. '61 Gy rn I,t,-adsl' RESTIYO. CAROI, Uunvl llistrilulliw ljtluvation, Historian fa .681 Kavliina REYYlll,lJS. BIQSS Uunwl Arrcm'lu-atlg National Honor Society l,ant-or l3ftlilorial Stall. Nlanaging ljtlitor. 568, Society-Club Edi tor. '61 Pago litlitor. '66: Slutlvnt Count-il Representative, '66 -671 .lunior lialiinf-t: Mit-alwau. 'I'1'rfasi11'vr, '68, Social Chairinan YJT: Quill antl Svrollg liotlf-o Club: Lancor Roprcse-nlalivc, '66 '61 '68 REYNOLDS, KIT llunvj Soplioinorv Kiubinctz Kachina: I'IUfIPO Clubg Dcr Dviilswlia- Vt'1'ving National Morit S1'l1olarsliip Lvtter of COIIIIIIPIIIILIIIUII RHEIN. ANNE t,lun4-J 3l.IJ.ll,C. Sponsor, i681 Officio Assistant: Nixsauna: Illt0t'L1lL'Ilt'SQ 1i.S,Il.g Rodeo Clubg KLll'IllIlL11 Latin Honor Sovivtx Curiosity Killed the Cat , , gg. RHYNE, CHARLES RICH, MARK tjunvj May RISC!-IE. ROYAL tltnwl RIVES, WILLIAM Uunvl ROARK. P.-X'l'R1LIIit.ltim-J tjnnej Latin Honor Sogiutvg Fete Escort, i662 Junior Varsity Football Tvznn, '67, 1,i.S.U.g Der Deutsche Vvr- Student Counvil :tllt-rnatv. Offim, Assistant Mixed Varsity Bascbaus '663 Fu. .681Yi1I'SIIf'BtlSClJiiIIIIll'ElIH, ein '66g Lantw-r Stull. i682 Chgrngg Student Coungil ture Farmers of AIIlCI'lt'2lL '67, '68g Soplioinoro Foot- N.IJ,ll.ll., IQxm't1tix'tt Ulti- Rvproson tat ive. '66 78 SEIWORS Rodeo Club liall Tvani. '66 wr, '68 -ma '68g Rodeo Clulm: Oflitrv Assislantg lilioralc-ttvs: La tiinquantainc Patsy Lane and Robert Levy's heart transplant did not ser-in to work. OQUEMORE, RICKY tjuncl Lanvvr Atlrertising Stall. Man- ger, ,672 Rodvo Club UNNELS. SANDRA Uulltfl Future Nurses of Amerioag C.S.ll. UPPERT. BILL Uunej ANDERS, LESLEY Uiinvl Palarnarg Senior Cnbimvtg Gym eaflorg C.S.U.: Spirit Club ANTAMARIA, JOHN tjunel Swim Ttillll. l,t-tlvrman, '66, n7, '68, Debate Tt-:img Booster Club APP, BILL Uuncj Junior Varsity Baslu-tbnll. Lc'tle,-rtnan. '67: arsity Basketball, '68 ROBBINS, MICHAEL fjunel Stutlont Council Rep- rvsotitaliw, '66, 167g Ranial Vim--Pitt-sitlt'nt, ,674 Sopho- ntort- Football. Letternian, '65g Sopliontorc Basketball. l..t'llt'I'Illill1. '661 Junior Varsity Basvball, '66g Vars- ity Football, Letterman, i663 Varsity Baseball, '67g Key Club: Rodeo Club: Ollirt' Assistant ROBERTS, JO BETH Uuntrl Library Assistant, Futurc Teachers ol' Ameri- ca: Future Nursos ol' Amari- vag Wlowapig Roth-tt Club, C.S,l'.g Artisans ROBERTSON, PATTY lllllltfl Arrowheadg National Honor Society, Archery Tc-ant, i671 Student Counril Altt-rmttt-, '66, Wonapi. S4-t'rt'tary, '66L Cboralt,-ttcsg National Forensic Leagtw: Dt-r Dt-utschc Verein, Hous- ton Association of Assistant Librarians, President, '66 H Q tm,--i fg il Jffzr. -ef ta . -, 'ii s-sais 'WK ,Q ,..-. Slave Zanharlah Rush W lllflm Slurlew Johnson Dou Burton and Jlm Lfxlbll lu out Qallw Bvissner Q SCI-H Uum' Chou l 'l I S11 0 cictyg Club 1'-"Y 'T' SHICARER, HARVEY tjunej SHEPHERD. BOB llunel SEDRNO. .ll PKG IC ljuni-l SELKE. BARBARA ljuni-J laiwasi, Treasurer, '67g Artisans, SPC1'vtai'i, -671 Lanror Stallg May lfotc Court, '66, lrari Court, '66, C.S.L.g Futura Nursvs of Amorivag Rodeo Clubg Kachina SEYBOLD, FRANLIIE Llum-l Ari'owht'aclg National Honor So- ciPty, National Spanish Honor Sooivlyz Studi-nt Counvil Rvprc- st-nlative, '66, '67, ,683 Chorale-tt:-s, Sn-c'rvtary, i681 Junior Red Cross. '66. i671 C.S.l'.g Roclflo Club: Futurm- Nurs:-s Ul..'NIH4'I'l4'1i1 Kavhinag Library Assistant: Utitim- Assistant SHAFER, ESTHER ljunvj Palainar: Lab Assistant: D1-r Doul- svht' Vvre-ing Kavhina SHARP, JOHN ljunvl AfI'0WhP8flQ National Honor Socit-tyg Hainalq National lforensis' League: lnteractg Band, Drum lVlaior. '68 5llljAlll1ili. DAVID R. tjunvj Rainalg Mixed Chorus, Student Counvil Altm-rnalv. A671 Sophomore Football, Trainer, '66g Vars- ity Football. Train:-r, '67, 568g Varsity Basvball, Trainer, '66, '61 '68 They Went That-a- a SHILSTONE, MARGARET Uunvl Miralwau. Tclwplioin- Chair- man, '67, Presiilvnt, ,682 Gym Lt-atlvr: Ollirv Assistant: Chor- lt-in-sg C.S.l'. LHINKLE. LANE Uunel Mixed Chorus, Library Clubg Futurc 'eachers ol' Amr-ricag Rodvo Clubg C.S.l', LHIRLI-LY. DERBY Uuncj Kavhina: Junior Roll Cross: C.5.ll.g lhoralvttcs: Futurc Nursvs ofAmt'rif'a1 La Cinquanlaini- SIMNIUNIJS. PALTLA Uunvl Student Council Rc-pix-sm'iilatiw. 56. T171 Kavliina: Futurv Nurses of Amerirag Niwauna: Ulliiri' tssistant SIMMS, KA'l'llY llanuaryl Arrowhe-arlg Niwauna, Vim?- 'rvsitlvnt, '68, rlil't'L1SllI'4'l', '67, Nm-w Mvinhcrs Chairman. i661 ilutlvnt Counvil lie-lin-st-iilativm-, '65. i661 National Spanish lonor Sovivly, Vll'l'-l,I't'Sillt'lll: National Honor Society: Quill nd Scrollg May Fon- Court, '67g Gym Lf-aclvrg C.S.l,f.g junior le-tl Cross, '65, Wowapi LIMONS, LOINE Llunn-j tllioralvtle-s. Librarian. '67: Rotlco Ilubg C.S.l'.: l"uturn- Nursos ol' Aunt-riva '15, , 'Mx 81 Patty Thomas. Diane Allison. Martlia Elletlge. and Linda lVleQuliae appear eager to begin a new day. SLANINA, SUZANNE Uunej Kachina: Palamar, Sales Chairman, '67g Office Assistant 82 SENIORS ,law 11N r"Ytk SMITH. CHERIE tjunf-I Rotleo Club: Kachina: ,lun- ior Rell Cross: Artisans: As- tronoinx Club: Lalm :Xs- SlSlLilll SK,-XNIJALIS. KUSTA tjunej National Honor Soviety: Latin Honor Society: Kei Club: Pow Wow: Astronomy Club: Otliiee Assistant: Hall Patrol Slilfl,l.l'fY. KATHERINE Llunel Student Council Representa- liw. '65. '66. '6T: Wivliaka: Rodeo Club, '66, -671 ,Iellv Bean Queen: Choralettes. ljresirlent. '68g Future Nurses of Anieriezt: City Valley ball Team, Letterman, '67L La Cinquantaine: Spirit Cluli: tI.5.l'. .SV I SMITH. CYNTHIA Umm-I Tauasi. Yit'e-l'resident: Jun- SMITH. DONNA tjunel SMITH. GARY tjunt-I Sophomore I-'outlnallz Pon ior Rell Cross. .GTZ Rodeo Wow: Rodeo Club Chill: Direvtswx Staff. '67: tI.S.l'.: l.al1 Assistant: Fu- tura- Nurses ut' America: Fu- ture Teaelu-rs ot' Alneriea sM1TH, MALCOLM Uunel SMITH, ROGER llunej Arrowhead, President: National Honor Society, Secretary, '68: National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation: National Forensic League: Key Club: Der Deut- sche Verein, President, TOOL Senior Cabinet: Junior Cabinet: Sophomore Basketball SMITH, SARAH lluncj Arrowhead: National Honor Society: Latin Honor Society: National Merit Scholarship Letter oftlom- mendation: Office Assistant: Future Nurses ol' America: Sopho- more Cabinet: Kachina: C.5.I'. SPECK, PAT Uuncj N.D.C.C.. Drill Team. '66. Rifle Team, '66: Der Deutsche Verein: Swimming Team. '66. '67, 768 STARUSTKA, TOMMY Uunej Varsity Baseball. Letterman, 67: May Fete Escort. ,671 Office Assistant: Rodeo Club: Lab Assbtant STEELE, PAM ljunej Office Assistant STEPHAN, NELLY ljunel Arrowhead: National Honor Socie- ty: La Cinquantaine: Wowapi, Treasurer sv-nv STEPHENS. CINDI ljunel Future Teachers ol' America: Future Nurses ol' Aineriea: C.S.l'.: Rodeo lilull: Artisans Grin and Bear It pf A... . STEVENS. ANN ljunel Wowapi: Choralettes: Rodeo Olubg Artisans: t1.5.L.:Spir- t Club STEWA RT. LEX flu nel Wieliaka: Future Nurses ol' America: Junior Red Cross, '66. '67. '68: Kachina: Latin Honor Society: C.S.lv.Q Rodeo Club: La Cin- quantaine: Choralettes: N.D.tf.C. Sponsor SLMAN. IJONNY l.lunel National Honor Society: In- teract. Vice-President, '6T: Ramal, Vice-President. '66: Varsity Football, Letterman. '65, '66, '67: Junior Varsity Traeli, Letterman, '65: Varsity Track. Letterman. '66. i67. Captain. '6T: Stu- dent Couneil Representa- tive: Fire Patrol. '66, '6T: May Fete Escort. '65, '66. 67: Orenda Staff. Bois' Sports Editor, '68: Rodeo Club: Lab Assistant: Quill and Scroll SWANSON. DEBBIE l.lunel French Test. Certili cate ol' Nlcrit Award: La Cin quantaine: Artisans: Astron Otlly Club: Lancer Repre sentative: Junior Red Cross: Lab Assistant SWATY, KATHY Uanuarij Student Council Alternate. '66 Don Ailanis. Donna llonalilson. Nlilw lim-Imran. 'l'onv Marvsva, lilill Morris. anml Me-lissa Marshall makc plans lor lhoir first war at Rin-in i TATE. PAM llunr-J Mixed Chorus. Chaplain. '68: Tali Shilohag National Honor Society C.S.l, .. Vit'-9-Prcsitlmit, '67, Publicity Chairman, ,685 Oronda Editorial Stall. General Assistant, '66, Senior Class Assistant, '61 Senior Class Editor. '68g Quill and Scroll, Vim'-P1'esit'lBi1t. -681 Kavltina 5 TAYLOR, KAREN lluncl Kawhiilaz National Honor Society: National Spanish Honor Soi-iz-ty: Clioralvttss. Chaplain. '67: C.S.ll.g AI'4'l1L'I'y Twain. '61 l.vtlvrinan. '66p Fulurr Nursvs of Atnoriva TAYLOR, KAREN Slll llunvl TIQAFF, .IESSIKIA llunvl Lilnrart Assistant: 'l'ri-Hi-Y. l'r1-si ilvnt. i671 llistrilnlliw lftltn-ation 'l'HAYElt. EVIN llunvl Lani-vr Stall: Distrilrutiw lfeluvationz Orvnmla Stall. lJllUlUs,II'ilPlI4'l'. '68 THOMPSON. LINDA llunvj Miraln'au. Fl'c-lvplioiw Chairman '67g Chorali-ttos: C.S.U.: Futurc- T4-ai'ln-i's ol' Anlcfricai Junior Red Crossg Future- Nurses ol' :xITll'I'll,'Li1 Kam-hina 84 SENIORS ,Q ,. xi gf lllo l m l tliakurw Q ,, , N91 5 lv: A' fi I SNK A-Xt Nllf. 5 l l',X lf llunvl liavlnna: limit-U lllnh lA5HNlLlx. N.-XNlml Ili lluncl National Spanish Honor Sovicftyz Artisarisg Bowling Tcam. '65. N664 Choralettes TASIAN. GERALD Llunvl Junior Varsity 'llravliz French Honor Soc-iety. Vim'-Pt'vsitln't1t. '68 fn? ,j"'s ws. f, ,W at THUNIAS. P-Yl"l'Y Ullllvf xlil'ilhPl1ll2 tIllUl'ii1PHt'S2 l"ulurv Nurs- 'h ' es of .'xlIlt'I'il'ill ,IyI'Lll'k PI'iI1t'l'SS, '67: Suphmnorm' CL1lliIlL'lI Ku- m-hinu THR XSH. JIVDY Llllney Nulimml Ilunol' Sovily: NiWL1llllll. Nlixwi HIIIVFLISI 'fuli Slhlohag USU.: Lil uillllllillllllillif Kachina: OHM' .Xsslslmmlz ,lllIll0l' Kewl Muff. 64 TIXINIUNS. TERHH LIL1111-Q :Xrx'mxi1cznl: National Hm1u1'So1'iv- lxl InlvrmAl: Yarsilx Huskmfllmll. Vlzlxlzxfu-:'. '67. '68 'I'Ii.-XXlXIEl,l.. NI.-XR'l'Il.'X Uilllilillxfj Sz-niur llluss S1-we-lzlryg l1l1m'ul0tlf's. vl'4'l1'I7hUIIt' f:l1l1iI'INilII, R671 Mirz1lr4':1u. Mr-ssl-11gx'1'. -66. PllI'HilIll4'llll1l'iiU1. -601 I,ilIl4'l'l' A4lu'rlisillg Staff: 15111100 llluln Futurw Nurs:-S ui' .xIIlt'I'il'Ll I KXX Ib. P.-Xl I I 1111114-J ILHHISIQ Fulurv Vursvs ol AIl'lCI'll'ilZ Jun- ior H1-ml Cross: iI.S.lf.: KLll'l1iIIL'1 TRIXIHLIQ. Dlilil 1511111111-1'S1-lumlj 4I.5.lY.: Fulurv Tvavllvrs ui' Aim-riul 'l'RIMBI,li. NANCY fSur11r11r'x'Svl1ofJU TRUXILLO. KARIN Uunef Dislributivv Efllltxllliilll Wise Owl '9r""""'b f 1 ,z TURNER, LYNN fjllllfff 11.513 VACCAHO, SHICHRY Umm-J Al'tiSilllS CYACEK, MARY Uunvj Nallioflal Spanish Honor Sucictyg Slu- 67: NNHUIIH5 FUIUV1' Nurses oi YALIAN. Xl.'XH'l'll.'X .NNN Hum-1 1Il1m'alf'll1-s Vl'fST:XL. U0l'CLA-X5 11111191 YIICRLINU. DANNY f,luuvJ 85 ,e Stephaniv Moseley , Kim Bollvs. Mike Brooks. Miki- Williams, and Kathy Lanikin prepare to react-iw Mariannv Ncvillcas sinash hit in Mixed Vollt-ylmall. IICNT, GINGER ljunvj Latin Honor Sovii-ly. Trcastin-r, unior Caliini-tg Band. lload Majorvtte. A681 Niwauiia: Stu- , KATHY Llunvl Svnior Cilllllllull Lab Assistantg C.S,U,3 P Nursvs oi' Amerivag ,lunior Heel Cross: liancer Stall. Pic- VIN '68L .I cle-nl Council Ri'pi'vsei1laliw-. '66 VR BA Futur turn' Editor. i671 Kachina Ffh, 86 SENIORS W.-XDDELL, DAVID Llatnuaryl Sophomore Football Tearn, Manager, '66: Track Te-ani, Trainer. '66g Varsity Football. Man- agvr, '66 WACNER. IJ,-ILE ljiinvl Latin Honor Socivtyg Iriteravtq Sopho- more Cahinvtg Office Assistaiitz Student Connvil Alternalo, '66, -681 Sophomore Baske-llmall, Leila-rinan, '66: junior Varsity Bas' kt-tball. Li-ltvrman. '67 WAGNICH. SUSAN Uunej Nliralwau: lflioralm-ttcsg Karllina WAI,KI'lR, LIICY Uuncl Kavhinag Futura' Yursvs ol"AmPricag Roilao liluhg Swimming Tttllllt, A661 C.S.ll.g Artisans WA'l'I'1R5, JOHN ljunej Sopliomormf Football. Lvtlcrman, i655 Sophomore Baslwtliall, Leltorinan. -652 Varsity Football, Lvttvr- nian. '67. Captain. '67: Rotluo Club, Prcsitlent, '67g Office As- sislant WA'l'l'iHS, KING Uunr-j Pow Wowg lntcravtg National Spanish Honor Socivtyg Orvnda Iiusiness Stall, ,68g Quill and Svrollg Na- tional Forf-nsit' Ltlilgllfl WATSON, HANNAH WELBOAN, JOAN tjunel WENKEBALH JXN15 WPSI DFBORXH Uuml tlunt-I June Rodeo Club -Xri Athletioall Minded Seniors WHATLEY, JANE Uunuj Palarn ir II1Qlt1lllll0It I liurrnan 68 Oflire Assistantg CSU.: La Ilinquantarm Sturlc nt C ount ll Rep resentative WHEELER, MARK Llunuj Hotlsot lub Xrtlman De-hate 66 Junior Cabimftg Slumlcnl Council Rtpl15PIlldllNt 66 WHITE, NANCY Iluncj National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation: Artisansg Future Teachers of America WHITTEN, PAM Uunn-j Mixm-cl llliorus. 5t"C1't'l2iI'f. '66. Presi Isnt. '67g Palarnar, 'l'olf-pliorw Chairman. A662 Rama! Cup: Na ,ional Fonrnsii: lmtiguv: Gym lmatlvi' WILLIAMS, CARI, Llum-J Iriterst'liolaslir League Hn-ady Writ ng tlontvst. firrl Plavtv. A67 WILLIAMS. HOLLIS Uunel WILLIAMS. MIKE Uunvl Junior Varsity Baseball, ,665 Pow Wow, Sergeant at Arrns WILSON. MARY Uunc,-I Artisansg Wowapig Clioralvttvsg Future Xlurses of America: Kavliina YW 'N-.. wr' -1--vw WOOIJI I,-UI. X ELAUUHUJCJHIL1','XSSlFlHl1l1f.ilfL'- VkOOllJIill11,l NXNQX Uumj XXOOLEX. JININIX Klum-1 DXXIIHININW Tvznn. 66. IA'IlPlAIllLlIl. 'GTL 11.S,l'.: Rodeo Cluliz Km Club: XX ll Pulu l' un 61 5flldkIlI4OllI1lllR1 pu :ul 1 vi' va . L, ' ulixv: Pow Won. Sv1'1'vIarw 88 SENI ORS pf'-1. N x -Q. WRIGHT. DEBBIE Uanuaryj C.S.l'.g La Cin- llllillllilillkf Fulurx- Yursvs of :XII10I'iC3Q Junior R:-ml 1,1-oss VC'RI4lH'l'. ,l.-XNIKIE Uuxwj Dislriblltiw Education From YALE. ARA Uuncj National Fmw-x1si4' Lmxglu. 1,m'n-slun1411r1g SPl'l'Q'ti'1I'Y YARDLIQY. ELLYN Uhnej Swimming 'l'vz1n1. T173 1 lub Hmlvo I sr' YAWOKSKY, KATHY LILIIIC, ZAUIIARIAH, STEVE KJUIICJ SoImllm11m'v Foul- lulll, '66g Junior R1'rlC1'0ss, TI'CliSllIPI'1 .Iunirrr Vars- ity Ffmtlmall, '67g Rodeo Club. Sergn-ani at Arms ZINOIA, ROBERT Uuuvj Future Faruwrs uf' AlIl4'I4il"' ,di if-wwf' Beginning to End . . . SENIORS NOT PlUl'URED Leon Ahlers, Peter Ahrens, Larry Alders, Neill Arnsler, Paul Aueoin, li. W. Baird, Peggy Bay, Stephen Beer, Jim Bogard, Dorothy Borchert, Susan Bovay, Byron Boyd, Jvll' Brady, Jody Buinstead, Mike Bur- riss, Jim Bute, Pat Butler, David Caldwell, Harold Carr, Tommy Castillo, Douglas Chapman, Jaek Coeh- ran, Bill Cooper, Jon Cosslnan, Candy Crawford, Andy Dadinis, Boxanne Dadinis, Mare DeBerardino, Carolyn Deutsch, Mark Dunvan, John Eason, Judy Edwards, Andrienne El'll'rson, Beverly Elliott, Gary Eagg, Barbara Earquhar, Andy Eeehan, Bobert Fleming, James Garrett. Marinas Gesink, Nikki Gorehoff, Nora Graves, Bandy Gray , Robert Gross, Kathy Groves, lngunn Halland. John Haraldsen, Barbara Hei- dler, Stephen Holla, Gaye Hood, Chris Hopper, Mike Huddle, Dayid Hutrhinson, Paul lngrani, Betty Jones, Deborah Jones, Michael Kaplan, Barry Kazilas, Perry Kegans, Katie Kerr, John Kirk, Joe Knox, Gerald LaLande, Buth Lattiiner, Dean Laumen, Brian Leaeh, Emison Lewis, Cordon Liu, Cent- Look- hard, Cheryl Lalilollette, John Logan, Le-nioine Lutey, Robert McCabe, Sherwood McCall, Grady Meliae, George Martin, Mirtha Marttines, Mary Anne Molson, Jimmy Melton, Mike Moore, Keith Murphy, Gloria Bita Oehoa, Louis Parks, Julie Osborne, Ken Parr, Cynthia Patterson, Bernard Pendergraft, Joe Perez, Brenda Perry, Bill Petersen, Marvin Petty, Anthony Piazza, Ann Powers, Don Price, Arnie Bab. .l0f' Reid, Frank Rizzo, Sharon Bohrer, Albert Buiz, L1-ah Bust, Jim Schumacher, Jennifer Schulze, Floyd Simpson, Lori Singer, Cindy Skidmore, John Slojer, David Smith, Michael Sony, Norman Sorenson, Sean Stokes, Donna Stultz, John Taub, Julia Taylor, Paul Taylor, Sheryn Terry, Evelyn Touliatos, Sonny Triehe, Jerry Tumlinson, Mike Vaughan, Debbi Wade, Alicia Walker, llarry Wallace, Rusty Wlallaee, Jim Walters, Dianne Warren, John Wlatts, Mike Webb, Dan Vlfebber, Preston White. Bruce Whiteman, Karen Williams, Kiln Willis, Bay Woodruff, Jennifer Wright. N Junior fficers s ' 'L " ' N - u . A 90 J DWI ORS M"-Q-.,.w PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Jim Crump Steve Word TREASURER SECRETARY Connie Kleiderer Irene Beasley .. '-vf Bell, Janet Belleggie, John Bellmont, Carolyn Bennefeld, Freddie Bennett, Kaye Benson. Farrell Benson, Tommy Bentsen, Tina Bernai. Alfredo Beyer, Betty Biesel. Moffatt Birmingham. Toni Bohlmann, Margo Boland, Lyn Bolton, Bob Boorman, Mike Bonnettc, Kit Bourland, Prissy Bowen, Jim Box, Candy Boyd, Brian Alvis, Becky Amos, Marilyn Andersen, Daryl Anderson, Tom Arvliw, Marian A11-in'ilJia, Marina Babel, Don Baldwin. Bill Banda, David Barnes, Teresa Barrett, George Ann Barron. Linda Basliani. Susan Baucum. Jill Bean. Patriria Beasley. Irene Beatliard. Nanny Beatty. John Booker, Susan Belcher, David Bell, Barron 'FW Brandenberger, Bubba Brandes, Bill Breen, Lenorc Brey, Pam Briggs. 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Yin-ky Curtis, John Cutlvr, Mark Darilek, Hcnrx Darling, Clay i Darnell, Sylvia Dancy, Karvn Davis, Laura .lo DeForke, Linda DcHay, Kelly de la Torre, Riizliard DeRucidf'r, Mary Karlyn Dvw. Tminnt IICYOIIIIQI. .loan Dill. Elfillllbl' llillawl. Hin llnggvtt, Rob:-rt I,lfll'Il1lix. Mlm' Dmxiiirigg. k,.l'!L1I'l05 llow-11 Ju lpn Draper. Cinfli Duff, Brad Duncan, john Durckvl. Briclgwtte Duvxury. Nillkl Eflcns. Both , 1 . 1 Q' ' -.f lr gig' ,ki is ,. Mix. liulm c 0? , ,I td' V A 3 ling llnix :fl ' Q1 B Ci'zix'iJx, Hobi n Clwisliaw, Mon na '57 l,.i'cswi'll. Di-liliiv Cr'iIu,'. Nlikl' Lrosln. f.1n'ul Lruinp Inn Q ,,.,,,. L4 ' 1 fig W j it W l' Q at t k i 4 g 'A lg il wi K Hx k,:l: ,K - -W nz Q 1w:ssaxz.ffxzfawfssswri if - f -, il fifii? 'gk . An Junior Ride High .ir f A t nttt Q3 Y k ., j V i'-- ,X 'wk , 5 ' A' f k-4' if f X " an -Q' up ., n 'f " 'dr ' i s 1 "f, k it -it 'yffi' 1 "fa - i -1? n , ag. 312. 4 , i 'gf '- QU' I . 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Jane Y Fain, Jenny Farnham, Joan Feibel, Charles F eigenspan, Denn Feldt, Jack Fellcer, Arista Ferguson, Fatty Fielder, David Fisher, Beth Fite, Ralph Flake, John Flanagan, Margare Flannery, Dan Fleshner, Cathy Fones, Cary Ford, Joan Foteh, Wissam Fountain, jane Fox, Elaine Fox, William Fredrivli, Sliziron I XY liilt- using tlie- plionv. Nlarilin Amos does not semi lo rt-rilizc that slim- is surrs 94 f UNI ORS iuiiili-il iinpati gi il juniors. af wwf. i 105 ,f FI'1'0lllilll. Lyn Fliiflllv. Craig Cardmw. Holly Garner. .lolm Garrett. William Gushettv. Kcnnctli Guy lc, DeWitt Cm-, Patti Gmitry. Grvg Ut'urgaH11liS, Argo George. Jun nilbr belorgrf. St vw N Robbie Hvrvey. Irene Bcaslvy . and Suzy Rein-rsou get at lim livlplul liintg lrom their mum-4 lor. Miss Rona Coilivr. we They Listen and Wait ,W f' i f - ft. , y + ge 'Y W i 93 tt ' -ff, f . ""i ' ' X r" ' gsizizw' '- V. - 1 ,. .- V -2555 ! " . - - ' 4 K iii V iit ' 1 Q . ff? -' ,xg '--' ' V Vip 'L M N ir, ' NI , . 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Susan Hourhins, Cara Housir, Marilxn Houston, l,aMziina llowanl, Marivlla Howl: Aliw Huiinull. Sharon Hllvimvi. Ilgiyhl lliicfmutlw. IJ:-Inu llugln-s. Uminii' lliiglum, Knox lluglivs. Mary Beth llunl. Rusty Hnnlvr. Baxlis llurlvy. Sharon lliillinmvlwr. 3IilI'1,'llS 96 JUNIORS Q 'F ' IQ? 55 2? if a a Q5 - 8 if A .SH Sr, R- U ' r ,L" , ., y . 2221113 Hilliard. Hank Hinds. Pagi- Hodgv. Mary Linn Hodgvs. :Xiigvliiw Hodge-s. ljlizabcth Hm-Hir-Ii. Marta llzunillon, Lois Hariiisrni. Waclv Harrison. Brim- Hauser. Chris Hax, Maxim- HHBIIGII. Ralph Henderson. Marlgr Hciisuiirm. Nam-5 IICI'YPf. Rivliaril Hwwj. Rrrlmlnm' Hcrzug. liallirx n Hcstzlr. liarlvara H4-will. :Xnila Hicks, Lilvliiv gr i ' "i'i:W:i ,, K, W .3 - Ki 2' i "1 L a V, '55 I Mx L kirh t ,A W Irv 'iaith , 1 3 "4" ','i" 3 Everybody Nec A-A 3 HOB f"'! x.- .dv 00" ov. 2. 51:1 -' ' 4'L 1 V L'k f' 11522 ' 1 53 'K1' I A ' 115' Ilse. Nlzuw 'xllll ' ls j ':-. l 1 .-x ' : k rfgiilijf 1 5 , .. ,lacksmn .Xllvn ! 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'llwl Joosl, Univ .lm'clzI11. l'z1lri1'iz1 VllJl'lilI1. Ann lUI'JUI'lLlIl. lxzlll Kaim. Kim lllis. Costa lNt'llSlif. Gloria 1'.1g4-urgiuu. tll'HI'fIlll llt'llt'l'. ,lim mlju. Rulxm- gg. llullvvn Ill-x. l4LlNI'1'l'Il mp. Limlu limlrwmly. lllmmlu nmwlx. llmmuiv lllv. XlLll'1'lLl lil1 liilmun. llilfllvf KilpaI1'i1-lx. Alulm uuuju. lCfl1li1- 97 ' ' h ' KK', r ,. .,...,.. K 4 ' . A ' , Q, X . .L i f - WW x.,... ,,,,+-0, ,,., . . , , K V 'fr f 'J .11 ,- ww W., 410' 4- Lanc. King Larson. lillI'lF Lallianl. l,Jurma Laumvn. Darla I,aX'uix-. Rivliarxl la-cllwllvr, .lcnnililr Lc'F1'xx'1'. Lx llia Le-flax 1: llannx Lefluillrxix. llallix l..t'HllI1lH1H. Hx Ivia lmnoir. Wall:-r Le-xvns. Linmla 98 JUNIORS King. Alxxiiiiilia' Kinzvr. Bill Kirbx. l,imla KlPi4lcrv1'. ilunn Klep. Marvi Kolilx-r. lhrug Knott. Nlarx Kux-lxlor. Mark Kass. Bill l,11CmL1e. Nlarx Lamb. Rrxlxlxin l,2lIH'LlSlPI'. l.iz l.amlvr, Lzuirix' l.anmlrum. joan: ie lim Crump. Ste-xx' Word. and Nlvlissa Klillffr allwmpt tlw ulslllllxy Broarlwaxi' al thc ici Hawkins Dam,-4-. lax x m. l.arrx xx. lluln-rt xx is. Xmlrvxx' xx if. Lauri-n 'lr liarl gun. Nlim- Sadie Shout NIl'CHiiiSli'I'. L4-v M4'l,Iraw, Becky M4'ClliiU4'il. Pat Nli'U1m'Pii. Bobby fVIm'lJms'ell. .lurkin- Ni4'l,t'IlClOI1. Sum Hvplizull. Timothy NI6il'il41!'. Ymnnc Meiiiiviihall. ifmiiiie Nlvrriil. Hau'rx NIV? UV. SIOYCQ Mvicr. Iony Mii-ki-iis. ire-iii' Xlims. Suszui Nlillvr. Kirk Lindsvy, Darcy Lipscy. Mary Ann l.ix PI'IIl0I'I'. Jani-I i.1wkai'c,i, ,lfwln Locke. Mary Long, Mark Longoria, Hilda Loving. filwryl Mabry. Linda NiL11'GI'i"gfll', Debbi MLll'NilUgi1llJII, Bill Mufldux. Partly Magouias, Cc-urgf' Muillurrl. Huh:-rto Majur. .lack Malivll. Swim-x Mart inn, Marx. Jo Mari Ii mfs. M irl ha Nlaste-rsmi. Judi Maliiviis, Kim H Mc'Birm'y. Marti ,Iuhn Nliwtiini-1' brings nut u goldcn olilir- ul Sudio iiaiivkin 111111111 N11'1iss11 1Nl1s1'1111. 1111111111 Nl1sl1'111. P11111 xllllllv. Kllfilll M1111Ig111111'1'x. 511-11- N111111'1-. Plllll 1X1l1l'l1. N1LlI'1ll M111'1'1111. 111111131 1N1111'g1111. 111111111 Nl111'1'is. ,X111111 M111'1'1s, Plllll Nlurse. .-111151111 N1111111111-11 4101111 M111'11J11. 1111111111 M11s1'z11'1'11i. .1a11'11111 M11u11l11111. 1iLiI'1'l1 Kl111'pl1y. E11c111' 111u1'pl11. 1,12 NILIITLI1. 1111111 Myers. 51151111 Nl'2l111. 1111111111 Nelson. 11111111 X11sl11'. Yz1I11'1 N1-1 111. P111 N11-1411l1111s. 11111111 N111'1. 11LlI'01 1N111'111a111, V1 1111-111 1N11I'l'lS. ,It'I'l'ilI'11 N1111111. NI11111 111l1Sl'lL ,11111 l11s1-11. 111s1111, 111111 Uslmrl Slllil 1. 11111111 11111'11s. 111-11 HH 01w11s. '111111 100 JUNIORS 11111112 N:1111-1 ' ' Q l'11l1l111f, 111llI 11UN1l1il1111' 911-11-XY111'11.111111 L1-1- 11111ll'I'1S11l1 1-xp1'1'11111111l 111111 11111111155 111111 I 11lI'lIN'r11lI. 1111f11111- try 11111. Pulls-soll. Hnlu-rl ' Vullon. lyrwr I if 'V K' M H 47? ' Q' K v J k f . , ,L 'gn P1-nninglon. 'l'1'iriu Pe-rox. l.l1zn'lm's . ff' P:-rnmnl. B2lI'bllI'il Pcftvrs. Sluxrnn .453 Pvlkas. .liIIll11X 414 l':-Irvulslq. G.PI'i1lt1 S , is ,1 L . Q., ff' AV! gy 55 1: is-x my "",. " Milf- 'Di' WE' f Y 1 5 W- an 4 af i KE -is ' xi? by fx 2 Q11 , ' , I, fi ,4,'?, N , W5 -pi 2 , , 2 ' ff , if x , , fe-' Ask XR Sqllx l'rnAc looke on. Page- Hinds l'l'hPLll'Fl'S llnvkslugv for thu' .llilfzldm Vllillips. llurinn Y I iuxxn, Xunvx Pivlxlll. Min lisw Pinto. Donulal Pippin. NlilIiI'4'Il Pnlallx. Larry P0llIlSkI. Jann Porte-r. Pam Posrn. Carol l"mu'H. Bill Poulnf. Simt- Poxwr. Svoll P1'im-. Sullx llrlglgv. -Klan l'rior. ,Inalx l'nng. Ilonglas Qunsl. lion Qwbc. ffl:-nwrll Kuilsbavk. Brcndl Kinney. Tuma Hllllglf. Ann Huulslon. NQIIIUX Rawlings. Salllx' Kvnl. Pzilli Rl'i1'I'SUIl,. Sum He-n1svl1111i1ll. Emily Hvnaml. Susan Hvslivo. Crvg Working Toward a Goal 3 101 '- , 'xwaafsaffl Reslivn. Patrick Rvvis. lluymoml Rvinosu. Fislicr Rice. lllf'll?l1'fl RiClu11'1lsun. Dcvnm Ric-lumlsmi. ,lim Ridrllv. Reriou Rinlgc-wui. lain Riggs, llazel Ring. Rhydoniu Rulu-rls. Linclu Rohm-rls, Sylli R0lJI'I'lS0f1, lm' Rolu-iilsou. Lili Rmlcn, Calliy Rogvrs. Rivliurfl Rutlistrom. Dai irl S21l'L'OIl'lkUlIl0. De-bbiv Sauller, Kvrmil SI. Cir. limi Sailzllamlln-r. Danny Sanders, Pam Sanders, Roy Sanforml, Roseann Santa Maria, Mary Scanlin, Cathy Scliallvl. Paula Sclinc-iiler, Craig SFlllN'lfl4?l'. K1-nnelh Sl'lltN'IlYOgl'l. ,Min Sclirciher, Ruby Svhuller, Martha Svliwarz, Crvg Sl?l1l70I'I1t5, Nlnri Svghers, 'Suzanne 1 O2 JUIWORS .luniors vmiwfne on the from lawn for lunch. - ll L' ' 7 - 'A M- Q, .9 ' -,ure fs, 'UW K Svrvi. Putty St-Itlt'iiiii't'. Sliirlt St-itioltt. Mum Stitltlltllf. Ditvitt Sliiirilwii. Pvrrx Slniniion. ,Xlbert Slivplierd, Kathi Sliotrinaker, Marla Sliiitltlv. Corinm- Single-ton. Bohln Siraciisuiio. Kathi Skull. Pvnnx -x Lintlii Levens und Tonya Rainey are trying to niulu- ends :nm-t on their footbiitt pos Juniors Have Varied Interests ss ...,, -sv Skidmore. Martha Smith, David Smith, Devin Smith, Elizabeth Smith, janet Smith, Karon Smith, Ken Smith, Kent Smith, Marla Smith. Sally Smith, Steve Smith, Tommy Snyder. George Sorensen. Walter Sorshy, Gwen Soucy. .lzimes Sparks, Bob Speck, Don 0. x , W'f. "'k 1 1. 4"' 4' Y ' " -R95 . N. 'Ex - ' 'W I. g I , F 'l':fg'lgkgl?3'::Q:gQ .N .Wi v N h A 1... . i n L , v 'Q ildlllkf. Nlinfly -ff' 1. tg? . .. . hir., 3 , 3' I blzinur-ll. .km 'fu i - H gi ' iz g' . 'Qi , i 1 if' 'g glZiYlIlIlll'l Lxnn . A M . V' A A 4' :rrp blegvr. Bob X 1 ' Elf fglllf . 71 lv 1 .3 4 in StPinni'lnn H1-nrx M " r-W 2 A Q 'W " A ' ff, Z 2 .X lrssi-i,v,. 'x-' g ' K ' - wr . x.," L"A X , L"" ' . . X , g 1 gLL' -- 'g 'V + g 5Ull""55""- lmm l 'ii N A .V X gg i Sutllc-, Barhaxrai E. .6 ' i . , , 3- 0 " Sultlvs. Kathi 2.5 ill ' g -'T' fi .fd-is 'g 7 'Z' i W f Sum- 5Wl"11 n l . r 5 . i ,gg 'N' TJ""F- fum X K gllllllllll. Peggy l3llSPIlll. Wmzrlx ', . gakglf Tailor. Ricluml- "I ig -1-5 -f .,, -' A W I i 1. 35 f. 1-lilf'l0l', Stnnlvy ' V : L , .. I Teague. Mrirgo 5' X 1.15 V . .. ' 'wi rrrr - . r k , -M Tvniion -Xnnc A ' N ' ' Tliorlipsmi. Deboruli 'E g .,,, K 5 f gn b Jin . 'l'hompson. Jvrry lllimnpson. Susan Thornhill, 'llmn Thornton. lVlic'helv gllllL1I'IIl8I1. Hike Toonifry, .lohn Traylor. Kitty Trigg, Nlurgucrilc Turner. ,Ivlif Tuyes. lluw lllrivh. Marlin Underwood, Georgia Valium. liourdcs Yandrrliucf, Louisv Van Slyvkc, Darryl Van Slyvke, Sli-W Venn. Yin-ki Vinvvnl, Hugh Vogli-r. Kari-n Wadflf-ll. Hugh Wadi-. Daxirl 104 JUEWORS Tommy Smith, Mika' Wheeler, and Brad Duff hr-lp Lois Hamilton open hm' luvlwr. ' n Euquette I Pracucec XX nldn. Yallw- llzilki-r. Reid XX alllzlrv. Bill Wnllxins. Joan VX ulsnn. jun bYl'LlH'l'. Buddy W1-vnis. Ellen Wells. llnulley We-lls, Craig Vliesliliurvlailnl. Ann wYPSllI1f7I'l'll1IIll. Brad Wctzvl. llivluml WvlN'ClPl'. Nliki- ,,..-Q N.-c Whelcnss, Bobby Wicoff, Bobby Wilber, Sally Wilcox, Susan 'W Mindy Slmiwy Irie,-S tu Ill'l'SLlLlflP Nlarvi lil.-p In carry livi' nwn liouks. Sometimes Wilder, Kathy Wilkins, Elaine Williams, Kathy Williams, Wade .-'ff 'Y Willis. Hanna Wilson. llill'4'Il XX ilsnn. Clizlrlvs Wilson Milw Wilson? Pvrri Wilson. Yivivn W' itln-rs. Ellen Williws. Wink Wuji-vki, Marilyn Wmnl. Brelida WomlrL1l'll. Rm XX mrllwrs. Bill XX nnl. Slf'YP XX riglil. Susan Wriglil. 'IH-bbie Yariilvx. ,lun Zavliuriuli. .lulia Zacliry. lfnlliy Zalk, Sandy Zanelx. Xxlllllvl' ZlIllIIlK'I'IllLlIl. :Xnn Sophomore Officers -. 2? X -4 : sr , 5, 5 W PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Jim Giles Carolyn Wolters Mary AHHC Allwell I 06 SOPH OM ORE S .-Xarcfs. Karl Anlair. xlll'llL1L'l Aclkins. ,Illllll Al1lSl'l1l1'l'. Xlullin- Xlvxaulrlvr. BVIIVK' 'xlt'XilIllll'l'. juan .'Xlgl'I'. .luhn ,Xlln-ll. Susan .'xINlt'l'S17H. ,laun- .'Xll4ll'!'50Il. .luhn .-X. fXr4-Iwr. Nluriun .'xl'I'lll'I'. Klum Xrnnld. 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V I - .2 -' , 1. 2 - J 'P i " H . , -, ok, IVV. il, J ,M gf, V i , f 2 '- "" 'P' -ii, ' , ' i, "' t - . : A . - za i .-,, in i ...i A ' f --sl "' MM . 'Z "-gif' .1 V sa. f,- V- - . .F ww f wi ,W W K ,,, 1, uw. i K, ' 7 1 V, g- M ,Q V K f' y. , , i , f -, +. , , If 1 .,', V H QQ- 5 " mi- x' ' 'g,f..:.'z,.,,piS " n 'I ' 'fill ophisticates wr Cox, Pat Crank. Rick Crawford, Bill Crenshaw. Kay Criswell, Sandra Cronin, Tim Crosby, Anne Cruz, Susan Crvstal. Caroline Cul lather, Ton y Izinis Lursmi lSllt'lIlIlIlllIlll'XNilllUl1l2l llltl1l4lI'1'5S lllxt'.'xI1lll'l'L1liI'L1t'g4"I'-S. Holly Rlioalvs' :mal Honnim- l3Lii'4li'll's, 109 15. va f i rw. i 4' 1 Drnliam. Scott Df-Wild. Dari Dittmar. Nlichaal Ditto. Judy Dixon, ,lvanni-llc Doilfl, Ln-slyv Dolu-rly. Hubby L,UIllSl. fy0l'I'y Dougherty. Bill Dugan. Pat Cummings, Karen Dahlstrom. Edie Dailing. Frank Dallas. Bill Darilak. Cora Davivs. :Xiulrcy Davis. Carl Davis. lflizaln-tli Davis. .lack Dawson. Blwkv Dawsun. Russifll Dcan. Mark D1-os. Mari- Parking L xx 'VK f' i ,. ,iff ,flip W f . ' . ,Y ' ., get -k IRL 'S S21 , zg?5iii:3?3if22fif:'5'1'f'KIMWLXT' v , I v K 11-11-.fi I ' if f-l 7'77' V H X Q' Q' .loaniv Alvxamlvr wonders about Bonniff Keetoifs ability to park a car. Dunvan. .lznne-5 Dunvan. Xlvlanix' l Durlbin. Bill Duson. Nlollv i'lalu'r. ,lan l"lilI'lllIlli1ll. lfllvn ELISOII. Marion 110 SOPHOMORES . i':ll4'l'S0ll'. Bula lfliling. Dvlrlmin' i'il'illlgt'I'. llfwlilix lflini. Brian Rllioll. Kvrri RlHlJI'f'. Ann:- Engvl, Bill lfiigc'-ll':1'r:cl1t. Mark lfnge-rrun, Cliarli-s lirwin. Fred lfrwiii. .lulie E51-amilla. Rivarilu Esliiigvr, Kathy Eslingi-ig Kay Eutslvr. Carolyn Fairlraiilw. Rob Falmm, llll'lll'lN Fanning, liioli Farr. Nlulli Fax nor. Flivlilun Felwtv. l,ani'vl0l roblem -- - "'--' .X i :at , 1 1 .wa-X--siltsfigza it , k 1 ' ai l i f1..v47Y' i ii 1 '3 i"'H1 f 2 i i i ' ' an ' Fw v. V if P ' - .. 1 - -A ',--" 1 l H . K 1 S i M ' z K A fig? 5 'gl , ' i i - Xif ' is ' ww M ,LVL,, 2 V . A X TR A v. A if " fi A H W X A' ZX, -' ' ' V 1 H ' L'LLLL, V- - ' - 'F' . A i 4 ' ' 1 h h i f - i .6 g , W, . ig . l'f+ " , 'V' i ywlri l iw, ' x ' L 41 , ,. 1. 5 X A LX'.' I- 'Q ,, - Q: - ' - L"' " . 1 -urn. - .1 sz, f' K : 1 mfs: ' . 1, f, . , - K- i ,' gi- '5 ' ' ,L ,g-fi " jffgiii " - . ' l . Z H -. V. - Frank. Ba1'lJa1'a l'li'azi'i'. Prissx' l:1'4'm'rnan. GQQIIU l'wl'4'l'S4'. Pal Frisk. llivlx Fry-r. .li-wel Fulwili-r. lkiiiil Galvau. .Klin- Carvia. Nlarilza Carrigiis. Lori G6HlIIll'I'. .Miinlil Gi,-cJr'g:-. Harliara bihlyons. l'am llibsuri. l.ilmlix l"l0llI'Hlf. Emily l'ltlWlK'l'. Rub:-rl Finch. Be-vky Flaxin. Naiiwy lflyllll, Lindy FOgll'I'. Earl Fon-nian. Denise Fustrr. Katie Fcxslely lirislun Fotj. Gloria f--Q IHQN III Gih-S. ,lim Cilvf. .lim Gilliluml. irfliui Glass. Donald Cmmllm-2, John llmwlm. TUIIIIIU' flmnlrllall. Milli fQ004lSUI1. Cillgvl' UUINISUII, Tommy Ullllldill, .lov flralsshoffl Cary UIIIYUS. Jcalliv flruy. John GFUFII, Tom ll1'c4,'r. Alvus Grimm. Fu-lyn llrllbbi. Jw Haaksmu. H1-lll Hilgll1,'I'. Sully llall. Mark Halphvn. B4-ll1 Hunllmlvn. Ginger Hamilton. Anno Hamlmluu. Kath Harlow. Cynthia w Haruvss. Cluis Hurpvr. Sherri llurris, Marla S :. x,,gf ' W X , J E: m., A , H ' A , 1 it Y - .K z Arrrk E. . .- , . ,Q , , 1: ---, , , iw, A Q S-A s A I x ,sw ' ? - 4, , 1 .4 Iv' U 9 Hi f :V k l M, 4 -L' , . 5 W 'f 4 1 f ' ' '- 21' ' gif if , If ,, ,WV N. 5 z. V i . ,. "AWA --" " friif K -f'- : - :la W ' QQ ' , , 1-:zur :nm ' fi ,,, fn X5 jfgggih X , 4 fi! ' w ,,..., , ,, V . 'Q' ,, 'Q' 'mtv , ff ,v--- -1- I I fgifif-1 ,.-, 'W fl. I '-' mf H V- ff- 1 ' , , . ' 0 521115, ,-N if .. X A ,Q K 1 I I V , ,Q ic ,, ,. li 1 m JA ' H ' V f T ff? X-X ga ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 7 . ' 'A J W ,Q T' ' -v .vu 1 '3- K 2. .W 4.4 . , ..:- ,I , . A fm 7 ,L ,L ff ,nb .be -W - , .mi W f . 75 f 'Z 'ff f - '- A , A ' ' ' I - ..,k , I A K . , K N, . f W "' A 5 . ' V 2 W '+G' H ..-k N-66 L " , z, -f V J '. -, si 7 - ff .f 'Q f 1'wW:- Y ami ,f ' U- 'M' L ,I Z, 2, ' 'i - , ,, . -Lf. ' ' v - ' ' Q , g --3 wifi? k : 4 'v ' ' I' VWJV5' , 'R . ,, ' 'T I L' , , K ww ,. 1 , f . ' llurrls, Rilfllltlllfi , , , ll11wk.Puf 'QM 1 L A " ca x .aa .rf . Hmld. Lisa , A ,f I an A ' .45 He,-nkv. liurlmm V 4- ,jd X- .- V1 5425 - mm ivwr is lvfl 111-ik-nfl-loss Rlgllillil 'l-rx-y Br'1'111ll'flmmw1'1'L1lgmllvilimm lo push In-1' qlmmn. 112 SOIVIIUIURES Ht'IlIgilx54'Il. Limiu IIUIISUIL USA H4'llSl4'f. lxzllllf Hl'I'IlLlINit'Z. Hr:- Hl'ITiI1gIlUlI. Ni:-lx Ile'm'k1'11llx. Nlzxrlx YN' .. S H W:,?5,.,,,,553 W , ' .,,. J 4, 4 4: ff? 5, aw., ,Af , ,W Ev 2 M v If if W 4 1 fr N4 4 w as 7 kay, L 9 Q W 9 ,sw BQ iv fo- FV 1 f f ,W 8 34 fi g 3 Y 3 ...Q W5 xi , 6 a . 1 , Q ew' ' " ig 2' 5 ' ' ' J .N V t ' 51 F X g ,j'9- , N 1' A if 115+ 51' B. H ' V, 1, 5 ' f 11, " ,V Af 1 Q ,, If I ff gf 1- 521 ,M gif L' ' 1 V J I V V ' 'S' Q Q N Hightower. Martha Hill. Ncvu Hillcr, lVlz1rk Himhurg, Patricia Himburg, Suzan Hirsch, Bruce Hofer, Beth Hogan, Gavin Holcomb, Sandra Holmes, Betty R. "How about a drink of water?" Peggy Bell and Cynthia Johnson ask Johnny rn Hopkins. Clennys Hoppcr. Caron Houck. Trish Howaud, Bonner Hutlgcns. Mike Huctc, Cynthia Huglics, john Huntcr. Linda Hurd. Paul Hurst. Turn Hutchins. Elimhcth Hutchins. Marx Hydcn. Bill i Innc-rarity, Larry lsaacks, Waync Jackson. David Jacobson, Christinc James, Ellen Jaincs, Ethel Jameson, Larrv Japlict. Nick i jcnctt, Jon Jcnkins, Greg jenkins, Patty ,IPIISPIL Bebe Johnson. Cynthia Johnson, Miki' johnston, Pete 113' NNT Q Seeing Double lillflilflllll, Chris Lane. Bill Langley, Patty Lanier, Linda Lappala, Chris Larrnortr, Diana l.,arrnore. Kathleen Larson, Janice Jolly, Lauri Jones, Rom-6 Jones, Stuart .loseplisoln Danny Kaldis. Barbara Kalil, Mark Karp. Rlvliarcl Kavanangh. Donna Kenton, Bonnie Kendall, Sherman Kennedy, Deborah Karim-ily, Phyllis Kerr. Kay Kussnci-. Hollis Key, Robert Kilgore, ,lan Kirkpatrick, Lou Kirscllbaurn, Tod Klaische, Sherry Klanke. Ken Kleas. Kenny Kouyoumojian, Soma Krause, Shirley Kris-gel, Mary Sue Kruegl'-r, Anmlrea Kuykenrlall, Bot-ky LaCortc-. .lc-annie LaFran1'v. Mivlwlle Lanias, Cx nthia l.,LlIll'llSll'I', Lvnne Don't worry about double Vision if you happen to meet Kathy incl Kas F linm r Pat Susan Himlnurg, or Kathleen and Diane- Larrnore, xay m Lawless, lean Lawless, Lee Ledbetter, Debby Ledet, Rodney LeMay, Dana Lemke, Arlo 4 H :NX Lyfl ym - V- r ,.-'Ah J' fm ., N. Un her usual state of complete disorganization, Kathy Park seems lo have had an accident in the parking lot. Levy, ,lon Lieber, Betty Lim, Rose Liu, Paul Locker, Albert Long, Cassie Low. Sallie Luvy, Linda Lundstrom, Candy Lupvar, Nancy Lyssyj. Nick Macha, ,lt-nnift-r Mackie, Norma Maddox, Charlotte Maer, Lisa Malone, Mike Maloney, Carolyn Mangum, Gerry Marling, Debbie Marsac, Molly Marshall, Walter Marshall, Wayne Martinez, Daniel Massot, Georges Mallard, Mary McAllister, Diane McCall, Jon Meflalmont, Donna McCloskey. David McComb, Steve Leocadi Ann Leonard, Liz ,Aw ,..-. .i X , ,Q B. if Q F' 'i 1" iriir 1 fp is 43,-x if 1 V f'.' ' ' 'f 7 f i ai 1 Wing , Mclloniwll. ,Ianws MCDugald. Miko McElwralh. N111-Inu-I M1'Far'laii4i, Ki-115 iVh'Um', Gl'0l'g,4 Mrllzml, Sum McLaughlin. Patty Mi' Lcmore. Ji m Mcliauis, Liicilhl McMullen, Sarah "V-I-C-T-O-R-Y is the sophomore battle cry!" yell enthusiastic I I I I I ll va if all 3' 11 6 SOPHOMORES am NFS: Nlt'Nill!'I't'y., i:1lH4'1'll iW1'Nt'l'If. Carry iVlt'gilli1L14'. Mollir' Mmllvnkai, Calf-n M4-rrill. Owvn Mvlz. Sivw Mi emo. Toni Middaiugh. Catherine Miller. Sam Milon. Barbara Misvocl. Nanvy Mitvlleil. Kaya Mitcllell, Slew Mocllclr, Kathi' Mohnkv. Slevi- Monrrivix. M1-I Moore. Duviil Moon-, Frank Muorv, .lunly Moorv. Mvrrily iVIcmrmf, Sully Nloonf. Toni IVlorgiui. .Nrlhur Morris. l'c-mix lllurrmv. lie-muy Xlmm-i'. lit-lrliit' Nlusslvr. liliris lhlll4'l'Qll'l'Hy . Um- D06 lhrllII'llIN'li. lililIllL'l M1ii'll'. Stuart llliiiitiy, ,laiiiw Nainan, Robert Nuiivc. Ralph lYzis1'lilQ0. Gerrit' Neath. John Net-Ili,-5, Lisa Nvlll. l.zu'0l XUUIIILIIIII. lhixirl Ngo. Wai Wing Nohlv. Yixiviinm' Nnriiiaiii. lmigh Ugtlvs. l,lIlS4'f 0'llri4-ii. l"lxmi llgli-limi. Ftisain ills:-ii. .'XIlfll'4'Ll Uwiiliy. IJ.-bln ljaivli. Slivrri I l,llllll4'I'. ,Inv Li?-1 ww ,513 ,vw -.-,- we Y-im , -wiv J v K ,Q . ., ' A - 1 Y , it ..1- if "' ,vu fi ,, ' .- K N Ea 1 85 .R t we -Q W? r -Q x .fvx fs? Weave Got Spirit l Z 3 flap' f wnthid lohnvun :tml Gerry Nlunguni display suplionlorc enthusiasm befbre the Palazzolo, .loanno Papavassiliou, Ruthie Pappas. lilizirlvs Pappas. Kiwi-11 Park, Kathy l,lll'lif'l'. llllill'Sll21 Parnicsan , Mary Parrish, Kem Parsley. Mary Pasvov. Elizulwlh ' -LQ .af- Qff 'gf A ,. .M c 'Lf' li 5 rffyf it . k,j3 ,,h, - fs .- N. if ,m g i li .-1 is v w: K i 1 V K 9 . R 4 4+ ' 1 fi , " fi ki I ,igiff -' .. ,,iQ, , 55 i 3 " y, 9-W A: 117 'sf' W-'V Petfrrkin, .lulie Pctvrs, Brenda Peterson , jon Pfcfibr, Bon Phillips, Reba Pickett, Charlotte Pippin, John E. Polan, Ted 4 . ,f rm Ja nf' Pasvantis, Katherine Pate, Bruce Paul, Vicki Pauley, Rand Pawlcy, Patricia Pctldiv. Anne Pcdraja, lVlz1riLZu Pcnclll-Ion, Nancy Pennington. Diana Pennington, Greg Poppfrrell. Debbie Pernoll, David Perry, Jana Perry, Kathlf-on Cla 1 iv 'X .. :QQ .. 'HQ "" 'ff 2 ,ww 4, X l ,,,. . -f 1 ki, 5 K I ' , I Pottkottcr, Vlfikl Lisa Head, Martha Hightower, and ,lim Woodson find Mr. William Tz1rver7s biology ' ffj K' f Powers, Sharon amusing. rf ,tih-"fab :V W . - W li , g ' - f , -. T hi 4 ,, , 4 r r -, i - ,,., PWS1- Jw ,-,, 1 -fi '- 1 ,- , , P .. P. M ifizfi i . r L ' Vt 9' it . ., Pumilirr- Dffmis " ' A H. WF' ' , - i '- "f- 'f' 'r Z 1 i",i fzgxfi. gffxliiig' ff - gy r' I W N 'jg . L " l fr V , : Putnam, John - f i til' , t to X 5 4 , -V 111 - Ramrrrm ,Barbara , mar, 1 iffzr gg, 'n" ' - 5 " -- .1 s ,, 1 ., 1 K 1 use ' zygfgg , . ' V . 1 ,ill - ,Q f 9' t 't f Z 'LQ rr it M r i, or Hmm, Chm 1 455i , f "' R f f jf, I it 1:51 ! N fffif I ii :ite 'f ' 5 RHHSOHL Parker L- fwfr . x f- . ,or 5 . .- , , :Y .--.. . . . , ,, mp: -' . - A J 3, U -K , -,,. ji , J J 1 Ravbon, Robert . ' if il ' i I ' A i Rayburn, Becky A , A r I ii . 5 Rbddmg' Bob 118 SOPHOMORES Glas in Reed. Mit-liacl Recd. Monty Reed. Nanvy Reeves, Mary Reynolds, Rt-ln-ctza Rhodes, Frvd Rhodes, ,laniic Rhodes, Molly Rhodes. Susan Rive. Cathy Rice, Ronny Richards, Larry Richardson, Annette Richardson, Jorrif' fllowns I bw- 'ff Sophomorcs practic Ross. Janie Roth. Wendy Rouse, Susan Ryland, Gigi Ryland, Thomas St. John, David Sanclt-rs, Cassie Samir-rs, Steve Sanla Maria. Freddie Santarcangelo, Mary Ann Sass. Dvnisc Sauvvdo. Sylvia Sfliallvrt, Olivia Svhindlnr, Cynthia gf,jgfjj .tt ff, VL '11 'ffiiffa , ,Q o ryyu .5 ,I , 6 a dribbling drill to improve their basketball skills. Richardson. Tim Ridley. Kay Riggs. David Robbins. Hugh Robinson. ,Iohn Robinson, Nlvlissa Rodenbaugh, Jim Rodenhavmg Barrie Anne Roos, Martha Rosenbaum, 'Ronnie ,.a df' an-5 119 Schindler, Paris Svhissler, Rivhard Schrum, Nanry Svhuhert. Mit-lm-I Sehulenhitrg, Paige Sehiunilivcr, lrvne Scott, Linda Scruggs, Bah Seger, Donna Senter, Mike Sharp, Tom Sllatturk. Toni Shearer. Marx' Shepherd, Mtiury Shvrwoocl, ROD Simmonds, Carol Simons, George Sims, Dm-bhie Sinclair, Diane Singleton, Heather Sins, Mike Skelley, Larry Skelton, Chip Skipper, Elizabeth Slade, Steve Slade, Tracy Slockett, Linda Smith, Brandon Daw id Brollicr, Bob Scruggs, George lVh:Gee, and Stephanie Yaworsky are Clearly elassilied as little" sophomores, 120 SOPHOMORES Funn Faces Smith. Brian Smith, Cathy Smith, Donald Smith, Froniea Smith, Mary Lynn Smith, Randy Smith, Susan Snow, Sally Solomon, ,Ialnes xg tl Solomon, Louis Sparks, Claudia Spam , Rivhard Spell. Ronald Spillvr, ,Ian Spjut, Susan Stahl, Susan Stanwill, Curtis Stark. Morris Statham. Cheri l SIL-vlv. John 4 I' rig F' tm' and Annr- Pecldiv laugh Sta-n. Stvphaniv Slcphvnson. D1-bbic Sterling, Bobbin Str-wns. Russvll Stvisart. Miki' Slovkard, Chip S104-klon. Cay Stokes, Phyllis Stone, Lu- Storey, Vit-lay Stover, Susan Htrahan, Zadie Straughan, Donna Strother. Slierry SlUllIIlPl', Janet Suhlvr. David Suhler, lililw Suhler, Pat Sullivan, Bill Suttlvfa Mary Swain, Georgia Taka-uvlii, Takaslii Talley, Claudia Tainliorvlla. Marianne Tannvrbaum. Esther Tanton, Rick Tausn-ml, Mari- Taylur. Adi-lv 121 Ag? iii? -W IU' ff.- ,H 122 S OPH OM ORES Vradcnlwurg. Ly nn Wlaflclvll, Jolin Walk er. Dale Walker. Debbie Walker. .luliv Walker, Rilu Vllalliivz-, Greg Wallin-ne, R0b1'I'l2l -45 ii?" 5. Taylor. ,lzunes Taylor, Holm,-rl Kirby Tvavliwortli. Hlionrlu Ta-mplvtrm. Flair Tcrry, Sandy 'l'liz1ckston. Dubbing Tliunias. All:-n 'l'Imnuis. l,rn'1-lla Tlimnpson. lfrwin Tlimnpson. liaillu-rim Tlmmpson. lN'liu'ilwn l Tlimnpsuu. Nlurilyn Iilh-5. lnmln Tisll. lVlUI1llkl Toclaro. Ann Tolar. Paul Toles. Mary Toy. Sli-yen Travis. .lnlin Traylor. llalhnzriml Troulenlw. Naaliu Turner. Sheila Tuttle. Lisa Tyner. Kc-n Umlcrwoml, Mike Valadez, Louis VanSlyCkc. Dana Vargas. Bumlfly Vziuglin. Ku-nncth Ve-xwgas, Fraink Venn. Cindy Veal. Robin Vicfkvrs, Mart lm Vivizino. Tommy Vogt, Chris f Claudia Tallny lloesnlt mind Carrying hm' own books. but Lx nm' Lanczistcr Wishus il l woulrl liclp lim' out. in ,Q M? 'I think we are out of gas," exclaims Joy Couldin to Mary Shearer and Para Hurst. Wheeler. ,lody Whilv. tllial l l While, Whitv, Whitv. Cordon Kathy lVlarv Lew W ilbr,-r, Luoy Wilhoit, James Willett, Kathy Williams Babe Williams, Danni' Williams, Joy 1 Williams, Marcus Williams, Margo Williams, Richard Williams. Sally Williams 51151111 Wilson. Mary Vlinslow. ililllil Willrovlt. 'lloni Wolllz N1-ilv Woltvrs. lllwlllyll Woodson, ,lim Woody, Pat Wooloy, 'l'omnn' Wright, Ellrfn Yanvy, llurharu Yandcll, Miki' Yaworsky, Steplianiv Young, Donnie Young, Molly Young, Rhonda Young. Robert Zabak, Nadia Zemanek, Frances Zollars, Jan Walters, Ricky Waters, Georg? Watson, Bonniv WtYilVt'l'. Nuiivy Wohh, tizitlwriiiv Wclboan, llullic- Wells, Chip Westmoreland, Fred Whalen, Karen hat' Going Il? A. p- an 12 Since the beginning of time, men lum- banded to- gether in groups for one purpose or another. These organizations have been as varied as the people who have belonged to them. At Lamar there are many such groups to appeal to almost any interest that a student may wish to pursue. These aetivities, wheth- er social, service, or vocational, give a stuflent a sense of involvement with his school and his li-llow classmates that will remain with him in his busy, ac- tive future. 124 CLUBS CLUB The busy have no time fbr tears Byron emertains the crowd at ll e amafs Organizations The Redskin marching band 16 Lvv haH'linw. xnzanmwnvs-faunasgm-45.1-nlvmewl-1 1fa,A,:31-.m.smm+wa,f-n1- A -ww-A-My mlm, Www www.u,.1, '-mr ' , v- ...J f .mfr gf, f, V - 5, fu. ,LU . , Generate Enthus1asm The Cast of the drama d0pariH1e11l's produvtirm of "Red Shoesw rehearse their highly Suceesshll performance before Lamar students. mum mm . ,-v. ff ..-:n.1.u-ar :vu-umqaz.. v v.' 1 .w Q-.,'.1n-an wm.mmu.rmmn4m, mw,xn:u1uw. ks:flmm11g ,sr inn, I-fff-. N . nv I N, R. M' . 'UT . N Ng jg' - p , ,N 5 Attwcll, Mary Anne Barnes. Pat Bissvx. Waltvr Cain. .lov Cain . Mary Clonts. Kenyan Cox, Pat Craig, Mary Helen Crump, ,lim DOl1gllt'I'lY. Jim Mun Student Council members meet to disvuss PTO-iPClS for the year Demoorao Governs Organized Labor A ff K 1 Y . ff .aa ..,.. -. ,.,.. ' ' or or 3' A . ' 1 'Tai' 4 l 1 -5 ,, ' f 1 j - .CLL . ' , or 'r 'ffiif - - - w z .. , '- --'- 2. ' .. . - - w, J " 1 f i.. , l P49 fl? aa - 1 , f 1. . W H W, M x Q N0 128 STUDENT COUNCIL Duson, Molly Edens, Beth Enibry, Carolyn Fain, Jenny Fayner, Slielden Giles, Jim Goldston, Anne Hervey, Robbii- Higlitowf-r, Marllul Hiller, Mark Howv. Alim- Janvs, Linda Johnson, Sharon Lancustvr. Liz l,an1'asli-r. l,ynnv l.i-x y . Bulb l.,im'ln'l'. Bvllj Nlm-Birm-5. Nlairlila NlvElxx'rall1. Milw ixll'lJLlllill'. l.in1la Mvglassim. lllarlin Miller, Melissa Moore, Judy Nice, Brenda Noel, Carol Parmesan, Mary Priest, Allyson Redding, Betsy Reynolds, Bess Rhodes, Molly Robertson, Loc AK Seybold, Francie Shudde, Corinne Skclley, Katherine Teague, Margo Turner, jeff Vacek, Mary Whatlcy, Jane Word, Steve PRESIDENT: Tommy Holmes VICE-PRESIDENT: Carter Baber SECRETARY: Nancy Martin TREASURER: Jimmy Dougherty SPONSOR: Mrs. Mary Hollier f?"" Providing a representative type of government, the Student Council is an important link between the admin- istration and the students. Representing the "voice of the peoplef, elected members of the Student Council re- port all decisions to their homerooms. The club is devoted entirely to serving the school by publishing the student directory, by conducting all school elections such as those for the May Fete and class officers, and by handling Orenda sales. This year the club bought a public address system for the school and plans are being made to redecorate Mr. Harold Costlowis of- tice. Student Council members Jim Colby, Roger Smith, Wendell Odom, Linda Slockett, Joe Cain, Scott Power, and David Wade get a first look at the new 1968 directories. 12 9 V 5, f , ,, ,X fa , l f 4 , V., l ve 55,5 1' 1' JR N8 Mn, Q N ,gif 1 -41- Yv- , 5' T-lfwl-l Intelligence Pays ff ,X f ke l eel efe eiee lee f l f11ll :,:u,.1.1. f, f ,g i Allilllli. llun .'Xll'XllIl4l1'I', Sush- 'xI'IllSll'4lllQI. lXlill'X llLIl'I1l'S, l'zll Y lll'ilSl1'l. In-nv llqvr. llvlly Higgs. Nlllw llissvx. Xx1lll1'I' Bolling. llulv Hrmly. lgill'lllll'll Buulx. Hl'Xt'I'll Hrmmvn. Sully Cain. lm' l.lzu'lx. ,lun ClPITlIlll'PIl5. lhrnl Clifl. Jul' Clll,'llIdIl. Hike' CLllJl'lt"I'lf'. CElIlLlL11'1' Curtis. ,lam-kie Daelilais. RUXRIIIIC Dailllvla. Hvmj Dmis. lxlilfl Kay llillkitlll. Nlamliu Da-Yullng. Sl:-pln-1 lluugln-rip, Jim DLIXNLITY. Num lCusm1, Zlnlm l':IlVvlll'tlS. lJUI'4llllN 1 Ilolmr suvlclx members wiv lm' new ollu-1-rs ul the sprung IIl1'l'llllg, 1 30 NA TIONA L H UNOR SOCIETY fttftf X975 M51 rfb Does amcs Florlinc takes new members' dues at the spring Honor Society meeting. PRESIDENT: Kelly Faloon VHH3PRESHDENT:Akx Kddm SECRETARY: Betsy Redding TREASURER: Walter Bissex SPONOSR: Mr. Harold Tate Members ofthe National Honor Society strive to en- courage high standards of scholarship, leadership, and service among the students of Lamar High School. To be eligible for the National Honor Society, one must have not more than two Gls in conduct and main- tain a scholastic average of 3.2 or above in his credit courses. Each semester the society takes live per cent of the high junior, low senior, and high senior classes into mem- bership. Service to the school is rendered by the many members who represent the school in various music, speech and sports events as well as many other areas of competition. The members serve many hours as assistants in the ad- ministrative offices and library ofthe school. This yearis project has been to complete the task of supplying and installing new signs for the classrooms and administrative offices of the building. The annual installation, at which new members were inducted, was held April 23. Embry. Carolyn Eversole. Nancx Fain. lennv Fam, Mary Faloon, Kelly Florlinc. Jzuncs Fr:-d, ,lam Fm-rli'icl4. Slim-on lfricrson. Alan Gates. Fabicnnn Gill:-5. :Xl Goldberg. Helen ffoldston, Anne Gragg. .lulic llamillon, bt-org: Hervey, Robbie llicks, Libhic Hinlile, Linda hlitehcock, Claudia Hodges. Lucille Horton. Elizabeth lloxsc. Nancx Hur-boil:-r, Debra ,lam-s. Cathy lanes. Linda .ILIIAIIIHIL llctsx .lont-s. lfrm-tltlie' f t A 'Nffeaar ,A ,A 7. ' .. ii. if 0 - gf if t . .n ..- i .-sl . 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Slivrrx Lay, ,Iulm lu-r HllI1KlI'St3l'it'if I11l'Il1bt,'l'SCdrtli Novi, Bobbi' Bolling. :mil Klum x me i lp is l thi' Natimial Honor Society project this vm-ur, pulling up nvu 1 r m num ni ,-,4 -a fy-. ae ,p-Q emo. My -oem. 132 NA TIONA L HONOR SOCIE TY i,,4'gl1'r. i.1lI'l'r Im X . Huiwrl 1,4-ms. .Miiliii-xx Mullvll. Swim-x Nluiw-sm-ai. Tumi Nlurslmll. Nlvlissu iXl4'i,i2lI'ii1f. Jidin N11'lilvlla1i1i. Linda N11'Ci'aix. Bwiq Nivxvili. Larrx Nicgliiismi. xiilfilll Mrivr. Toni Milliwan. Gary Xlorris. ixlillt' Nash. K1-11 Nwl. i,ill'11i Pappas. Chris ljziwrmv. .lUS4'llil Paisxzinliw. lim-m'gw Pziulm. lzlmilwlli i,L'li'I'S1'll. Bill l'olIi'r, iiflllilill Pmu-ll. Bill'iIilI'll i'uxu'i'. 541111 Vmwrs. Pvliiix l'rusl. Allysuii Rl'Ll4iillg. H1-lsx Kiwis. RLlXlI1UIlli N 1111111 ll llfmmn N4l1'll'lX Illll1'1'l'S lm' l1ll 111 l 111111 LlI'1'llK'lllHl'lgl1ll X lllll H1 ix Nlirx l.1111l1-x. 811151 ilm lin 11 glllllll. :Xl1-x:1111lr.1 xiii 11 llll'I'SUll. Im-llx l"llA 1 'Nl1'Xr'ill, Scholars Help Improve Lamar E l B1 lluhlriils. Xliluf Holme-i'1so11. Pam 5l'llt74'I1N0g1Cl. .-Xnn N'l111PIIlP. A111121 Svllw. Ba11'ha1'a Svylmld. F1'a111'ic 5llHlll'I'. Esther SllLlIll'it'H. P1-1'1'1 Sluirp. John Simms. Kathi Slxumlailis. Krista Smith. llugvi' Smith. Sally Smith. 5ilI'Llll 5ll'IDll1lll. Nvllx Fiillli-s. liulhy 'l'11l1'. lllllll 'l'a1xlm'. li.lI'l'Il 'lll1I'LlSll. ,lllllf Illllllllllllli Vl't'I'I'N Xilllgllilll. Nlilw X1-1111. XlI'lil Wailea lJ11x'i4l XX11g11vr. Dale Xhizllvrs. King XXl0f!lll'I'S. Bill W uril. blvw Zw,-Iiry, Cathy Top Students Promote School Spirit -0- 5-12 Adams, Don Barnes, Pat Bissex, Walter Brady, Beverly Brown, Sally Clift, .loe Cochran, Mike Cooley, Mary Davis, Mary Kay The Senior Honor Society, Arrowhead, is the highest honor which a student of Lamar can attain. Only senior boys and girls with a scholastic average of 3.6 who are outstanding in leadership, loyalty, and willingness to serve Lamar are eligible. Each year at Commencement, the Arrowhead Award, a silver cup, is presented to the most outstanding Arrowhead member. This year the members improved Lamar's appearance with new varnish for student desks and added to Lamarls spirit with the sale of car decals and book covers. This year's banquet was held at Kaphan's restaurant Decem- ber l2. f'N 134 ARRO WHEAD , DeYoung, Stephen Dougherty, lim Flodine, James PRESIDENT: Roger Smith VICE-PRESIDENT: Alan Frierson SECRETARY: Pat Barnes TREASURER: James Flodine SPONSOR: Mrs. Marjorie Eason Fred. Jan Frierson, Alan Gilley, Al Hinkle, Linda Hodges, Lucille Howe, Nancy Jordan, Sherry Kaldis, Alexandra Kern, Betty Knapp, Deborah Koenig, Phyllis Maresca, Tony McCarthy, Julia McNeill, Larry Millican, Gary Overstreet, Susie Priest, Allyson Redding, Betsy Reynolds, Bess Robertson, Patty Schoettle, Anna Seybold, Frances ik Sharp, John Simms, Kathy Smith, Roger Smith, Sarah Stephan, Nelly Timmons, Terry Adams, Don Alvis, Becky Babel, Don Beasley, In-ne Bissex, Walter Brady, Barbara Carroll, Mary Ann Clark, Bobby Cochran, Miki- Craig. Mary Helen Davis. Mary Kay Dogget, Robert Dougherty. lim Duff. Brad Enibry. Carolyn Gayle. Dewitt Gillcy. Al Gragg. Julie Hawkins, Julie Hervey. Robbie Hitchcock. Claudia lourncay, Jan Kaldis, Alexandra so Nd r 4' if iaxitg Journalistic Fraternit Rewards ehievement PRESIDENT: Jimmy Dougherty VICE-PRESIDENT: Pam Tate SECRETARY: Alice McGee TREASURER: Bobby Clark SPONSOR: Miss Louise Fuller Quill and Scroll ineinber Julie Gragg arm-pts lim-r pin lroiii President Jimmy Dough- erty and sponsor Miss Louise Fuller at thc- annual banquet. To be eligible for membership, a student must be at least a junior, must have a high scholastic average, must have done superior work in some field of journalistic work, and must be recornmerided by the sponsor. As an international Honorary Society for high school journalists, Quill and Scroll encourages and rewards those who achieve in journalism and associated fields. This year new members were installed at a banquet at the Safari Restaurant. I Koenig, Phyllis - it ,tjg 1 j ff . ,, ggi? LHP! Wm ., 'ff M' ii't ,,., MM, Alia' it ,uu . ig, .,, ,H , f,,: ag, 'Q rres , fit 7 A r Egg' ,',j iff .fs . A' e N csuu l sulv Nucl, Carol 1 GQ K iq, ' ,V , 1 'jg Olsen, Suzanne 1 T .I ' ii'- if , i Priest All " K ,. . . json i ,,,, "it A A iill 3 . , Q Redding, Betsy Y ' as Reynolds, Bess 4 sm-iiiimi, KathY , ' l f um. ..:. 1225 15" 7 f,',' E -,zefizitilfiiltgf iii'ff:2:fiiif11rii- ' ' .1"' f-k':i ,. SlII1mS,Kalhv f- . t ' ,si ' , 1 ttf. it iff! Tate- Pam 'f Q ,P XX alters, King . t W, . ,V kk if 4 K Ji J , QUILL AND SCROLL 135 Blood, Sweat, and Tears Produce an Orenda Boys' Sporg Editor Donny Suman and Girls' Sports Editor Jan Journeay work very closely in the production of their pages. Business Sl it I all' lylanagvrs ,loliu Lay an breallim-r tiller lialum-ing Iliu book d Mary Kay Davis take a A ' A Qi? Robbie Hervey and Pam Tate, Senior Class Editors, hang in sus Club Editors Barbara Brady, Mike Wheeler, and Alexandra Kaldis smile at the thought of the end of deadlines. xx , "ii 'Ke .if--t x X, K. pense Waiting for their pages to return from the primer. Faculty Editor Don Babel and General Staff Assistant Robert Pulley think seriously 136 ORENDA before they begin the job of cropping pictures. Allyson Pritst thumbs through previous Orendas in that her ideas will not he repeats. The last pages of the Orenda go to press in mid-spring, after the staff's exhausting rush of planning layouts, crop- ping pictures, meeting deadlines, and straightening ac- counts. The entire staff hopes that their work will result in a book which will bring high ratings from contest judges and from the student body. The 1967 Orenda won First Place Certificate in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Contest and an All-Texas Honor Rating in the Texas High School Press Association State Yearbook Contest. Life Editors Beverly Brady and Carol Noel sort out pictures and select ones for this yr-ar's hook. The stress and strain of deadlines proves too much for Junior Editor Alice McGee and Sophomore Editor Irene Beasley, who prepare to jump. Staff members King Waters, Phyllis Koenig, Brad Duff, and Becky Alvis work diligent- to make ends meet. 137 ax -QGILL cl Page Editors Neil Wolfe, John Adkins, Martha Jackson, Mary Ann Carr future editions of thc paper. !,..-"QQ f Q ., . - V, aff-' U 'hm' ,Math-f KX Typists Kathy Shepherd, Lisa Tuttle and Teresa Barnes work hard to meet the paper's deadlines. swf" lr' 138 LANCER i Supplies News Q . oll, and Kathy Vrba plan lllfgg Reporters Barbara Selke, Claudia Hitchcock, Carolyn Embry, Beth Halphen, Suzan ng Olsen, and Robert Doggett improve their journalistic vocabulary with the help of dictionary. si! Editorial Editor Don Adams, News Editor Nancy Martin, and Feature Editor Betsy Redding compare ideas for future edi- tions of the Lancer. C7 gr Business Manager Linda Hay, Circulation Manager Pat Nor- dling, and Reporters Jim Leiser, Deloris May, Pat Roark, and Q.. Steve Oslin look 1 vcr previous Lancers to gct ideas for stories. if sy ., iv., . Y Lamar's newspaper, the Lancer, is published by two staffs - an editorial staff and a business staff. Under the direction of Miss Louise Fuller, the staffs, consisting of students from the journalism classes and student body, produce a bi-monthly paper. The business staff keeps records of ads and subscrip- tions, sells ads, enourages support of advertisers, and dis- tributes the papers to the subscribers. The Editor and Managing Editor supervise reporting, editing and making up at the printer. The page editors are responsible for organizing the pages by approximat- ing the length of stories and writing eye-catching head- lines. The real workers of the staff are the reporters. They observe, interview, and listen in order to write items of common interest to the student body. Without them, the editors would have nothing to work with, and the Lancer could not be published on time. Editor ,lim Dougherty inks the press to get the paper out on time. Associate Editors Bess Reynolds and Bobby Clark smile. even though the prospevt of meeting deadlines is grim. l,am'er Business Staff nu-mbers Diane Read, Kari-n Parrish. Ricky lioquvinore, Sue Long, Cynthia Patterson, Bill Brut-4-, and lrene Do- lioney create new advertising techniques for l,anr'e-r sales. ! Sports Editors Al Cilley, Mike Vaughan, Walter Bissex, Mary Coo- V ley, Dewitt Gayle, and Bruce Landry organize the sports page of an issue of the Lancer. 139 CO' Association The "OH Association is an organization of out- standing Orenda staff members. At the annual Or- enda banquet, "Os, are awarded to not more than seven senior staff members whose co-workers have noted them worthy of this honor. 1938 Elizabeth Knapp Elizabeth Dennis Fenwick White 1939 Hester Stewart Ralph Anderson Ann Tuck Martha Ray Alexander Margie MeEnnis Tex Bayless Grace Picton Oscar Cadwallader KEight members due to tiej 1940 Bob Gay Carolyn Knapp Wayne Bowman 1941 Alice Picton Elizabeth Sterling Marshall Black Carolyn Wilson Mary Joe McGinnis Dow Hamm Olive Lockhart 1942 William Fox Margaret Peterson Jimmie Bayless Billy Eerguson Melanie Levy Ellen Picton Margaret Elliott 1944 Mary Margaret Wilson Ray Moore Hallie Beth Walker Mary Sue Fox Charlotte Wood Lettalou Garth Ralph Atmar 1945 Bettie Ebaugh Ben Hammond Bill Gardner Mark Robison Ann Stevenson Tempe Howze Marilyn Oden Helen Allen 1946 Ann Poyner Marjorie Montague Bobby Norris 1947 Walter Clemmons Bob Gregg Wilma Hoke Mary Louise Thompsor 1948 Paula Meredith David Knox Emily Peterson Margaret Blau Beverly Smyth Joan Eckliardt Ann Coe Shirely Snow 1949 Robert Clemmons Julie Picton Fred Durrance Bill Thornton 1950 Margaret Wright Tommy Swartz Tommy Babson Diane Lehman Noelie Duggan 1951 Katherine Snow George Wilson Tom Biggs Jane Lawhon Dick Mayor Sally Schumucker 1952 Helen Riddick Joan Smith Mary Peterson Stanley Silvus 1953 Allie Kelley Nancy Campbell Evelyn Gittings Frances McMaster 140 'O' ASSOCIA TION Dan Stulz Sue Smith 1954 Patsy Heard Julie Montgomery Alice Cowan Tim Stevens Kim Kimball Cathy Hammerich 1955 Kay Brazelton Bill Baker Johnny Brown Helen Raaz Sally Marshall Anetta Wing Sammie O7Kelley 1956 Peter Almy Bob Dunham Lacy Edmundson Diane Martin Sally Schoonover Ann Whitty 1957 Mary Trotter Mike Gobson Dick Gregg Helen Smith Bette Conrad 1958 Tucker Willis Kathy Sangster Sabra Hall Martha Finney Sim Wade 1959 Marrietta Morris Robert French Kathleen Munch Betsy Baker Joanne Edmundson Frank Jones Barry Madden Marian Powell 1960 Bob Hudspeth ssassasssasa. uslull luuis :::::::: ::::::::.. 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Linn Draper Lydia Blair Day Gilmer Dorothy Lewis Sunny Wilkins 1961 Christy Rush Grill' Vance Jill Bennett 1962 Howard Tellepson Bobelai Malick Elizabeth Mendell Mary Ann Mooney Brooke Smith 1963 Susan Soriero Sue Benton Ernie Cockrell Nancy Rudd Jan Kinney Betsy Doherty Margie Mallctt 1964 Ashley Smith Mary Dee Neal Prissy Fullilove Meredith Ball Mary Wells Clark Gregg 1965 Sarah Mendell Mary .lane Albrecht Clare Smith Melinda Morris Susan Jewell Barbara F odell 1966 Jim Vogt Barbara Mendell Karen Malick Anne Jones Hal Cunningham Tony Gregory Alice Wightman 1967 Cad Simpson Diane Willard Bernie Todd Stella Jenkins Rebecca Teun Pat McKee Mike Roberts Carolyn Gayle 1968 Allyson Priest John Lay Beverly Brady Pam Tate Alexandra Kaldis Jan Journeay Barbara Brady Mary Kay Davis French Honor Society members attend a Christmas tea given in honor of the for- mer sponsor, Mrs. Rolande Leguillon. French Pastry Adds Pounds Members of the French Honor Society are "Al, stu- dents in third-and fourth-year French who are eager to perfect their knowledge of France - her history, her lit- erature, and her spoken language. The club meets once a month to hear a French speak- er, to see a French-language film, or to enjoy a social ac- tivity. The program this year included a French film, three speakers, a Christmas party to honor the former sponsor, Mrs. Rolande Leguillon, a picnic in March, a banquet at Maxim's in April, and 'eFrench Nighty' in April for parents and friends. One of the special activities was the sale of French pastries every Monday to make money to complete the Record Library of poems and plays studied in the fourth year. The club took an active part in Foreign Language Week in April. It also presented poems and songs to other French classes. The publicity department kept the club informed of current French art exhibits, and of speakers, plays, and films sponsored by Houstonls three universities and the Alliance Francaise. Films and other aids were supplied by the Office of Cultural Services of the French Consul- ate. Knowledge of France today was increased by corre- sponding with French lycee students who are studying English. PRESIDENT: Francesca Ferro VICE-PRESIDENT: Gerald Tasian SECRETARY: Lucille Hodges TREASURER: Patricia Maillard SPONSOR: Miss Margaret Buchanan Carroll, Mary Ann Ferro. Francesca Hawkins, ,lulic Hinkle, Linda Hitchcock, Claudia Hodges, Lucille Huebotter, Debra Janes, Cathy Kirk. John Maillard. Patricia McCraw, Becky Priest, Allyson Schuller, Martha Shoemaker, Marla Tasian, Gerald Wade. David gt fl. . ,,. W .. N im 'K ' S ' " l lx NW iff," ...ff f - if , .,.,,,..,. .... 5 Iipt ' K 'i" f K L y F, ., p , ,,,.. ,ZLL , ' LQ- ff -4- 5 'f asfj ' ,416 f ' 'rv f Ja. f A "qt-., W E if K fe - K T K, k uxlb ,. '17 5 -f.! FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 141 1 Adanis, Don B ,-Xl:-xatnivix Joan "" h 1, - firiiistroiig. Xlary , 3-Q' -O 9 fx1ni.xii. ximy Aimi- f may ,R ., Qoiiiiv. Chris Q A 'O " Lain. Joe V N E Clvwiand. Daxicl n 4 -.:: j5 .. i C01'iu'an. Mike- ' K 2 K 54, :fi lioinbcs. Ji'i'rx' liounwii. Ftwttiw CFLIIIIIJ, Jim kk s- , Dm'Yuttng, Sl:-plntti I lilztsun, ,Iuhn hilt-tis. lit-lli 1 -1 '55 W i g 24591 T Banquet Climaxes LHS Year Faloon. K1-liy Feibc-1. Charlf-s Foul, Juan Fourtny. lfniilx Fr:-rl. .lun Cilvs. ,lint 3, , i I -,rf 4 ,ie ly , . . .. .mv E Cv Q iitwxvj. Nnlilviv '4 H4lgliI1.1,v3lXlIl K A Huwv. NLIIIVN Hughes. John Johnson, Skip Kaldis. Costa 5 , fi t ' x Kolilliaiiiti. Hika- lniiiwislt-i'. izlimlmvtli 1,ai'liiut':'. Kaitlilew-n Lax. .inlin Mtiiinrllix. .Iulin Latin Honor Sociiety 0i'fi43ci's this ya-ur am' 'l'i'vzistii'vi', Ginger Vincent: Vice Mi'Nvill. Lairrx President, Tony Nluiw-sca: P11-sitiviit, Dun .Mlziiiisg :tml St't1t'4'lz1l'v, .lain Fred. 142 LATIN HONOR SOCIETY X, 1 . X O i , Latin Honor Society members By ron Barnes, Chris Boone. Gavin Hogan. Gloria Foty. and Kathleen Larinorc take a lnrcaxk from their studies with it walk in the parking lot. The Latin Honor Society brings together a highly se- gct group of students from all grade levels. Their com- ton interest is the study of Roman culture through its tnguage and literature. T In the fall of each year, new members are inducted at a anquet which takes a few liberties with the written rec- rd of history. In addition to a spring party, the Latin Honor Society wards a prize to the best Latin student in second, third, PRESIDENT: Don Adams VICE-PRESIDENT: Tor1y Maresca SECRETARY: Jan Fred TREASURER: Ginger Vincent SPONSOR: Mrs. Bertie Wolfe nd fourth-year Latin. Nl:ti'4's1':1. 'Ibm Nl'-yi-r. Slvxvi Nl:-yer. Tony Millifxlli. Gary Noel. Carol 'Q lm'lc'1'son. Jon R+-ml. Monty Rhein. Anne if Scruggs. Roh Shanken. Perry Singleton. Bolzln Skandalis. Kosta Smith. Sztrztli Vt-st. Robin Viin'c'nl. Cingnr -we Wilhoit, ,lztnics Wtmtlws. Billy Vliurtl. Steu- cg y -" YS ' , 1 5 'K,, 'S Wzlgiicr. Dali- V V K 14-3 Q Gwloiwf. EU:-11 fo Harm-s. Pal Hrmmn. Sullx fIz11'1u1'ighl. .4 Iarroll Cll'IIlI!lUI1S. Carul lfrrlig. Nlury Hn-len Denis. Mary Kay Dougherty. jim Duff. Brad Eversolc, Nancy Fails, Jenny Faill. Mary Fisher. Beth Piiiatas Provide Perfect Hohda N on nr-y. ,-Xl xx j 8 Officers this year for the Natimurl Spanish Honor Smfivly arc Mary Fain. Tre-asurerg Pat Barnes. PI'c'5idQ'I1l1 Mary Kay I3 n ls V 4 I Il 1411 nt md L JF raine Kristal, Secretary. 144 NATIONAL SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY PRESIDENT: Pat Barnes VICE-PRESIDENT: Mary Kay Davis SECRETARY-TREASURER: Lorraine Kristal SPONSORS: Mrs. Glenn Chase, Mrs. Diamantina Suarez l if 5 -43 ff f 'T The Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica invites into its membership those students who have successfully com- pleted two or more years of study in Spanish with the highest averages. It strives to further interest in and study of Hispanic matters through programs and activities ofa cultural and social nature. The yearls activities of the San Jacinto chapter at Lamar High School included a program with an illustrat- ed lecture on Spain and typical Spanish refreshments, in- stallation and initiation services, and a dinner meeting at the end ofthe year. How . Allie lanes. Linda King- .lfxINlilil'l' ' Koenig. Play llis t -Jr Kristal. Lorraim ,ugly 4 as-.ff 'f Perez, Era . 2. I Polinski, Jan . I " I' S Svylrold. Francie P .. t Sinnns, Kathy I Starinolia, Lyn 1 ' i 53' l , ' . ,, Y DV - Taslnn-lx. Flanvtl Tay lor. Kzuvn Vacek, Mary ant trhott I num XCUT- llflxi : ' -:W ' Westmoreland. Brad ' , L f-'f . - I Nilional Spanish Honor Society sponsor Mrs. Diainantina Sinirvx helps ine,-inbf-rs Pl xllis Koenig and Brad Dull' in the translation of Iiliifivtl Spmzjslz. 145 . l AIlLl6FSKTIl. l,J11i'1l Bentley, Bill i Latin. .lm- llillIll1'S. Sllilfflll llilli11gl1a111. Lisa l'i'vd. ,lan llervey. Robbie Bl44lt'kIll1lll. 114-1141 Speakers 6Raise La111ar's National Forensic League attended between twelve and fourteen speech tournaments this year. Wliert the Orenda went to press, Lamar had placed first and sec- ond in a sweepstakes at San Antonio and at Bellaire. Other trips scheduled for the year were to Dallasg Lafay- ette, Louisianag and Miami Beach, Florida. l11 addition to the trips, Lamar hosted an invitational speech tourna- ment on February 2 and 3. PRESIDENT: Joe Cain VICE-PRESIDENT: Jan Fred RECORDING SECRETARY: Sharon Calmes CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Ara Yale TREASURER: Vllendell Odom SPONSOR: Mr. Emerson Turner Cain' at Tournaments Y Mei V1 N.l'.l,. 111f'111l11-1's YXi'11tl4'll Odoin. 5ll1lI'Ull Lnliiws. llratl XX l'SllIlUI't'l1lIl4.l. Fltllll Sl1arp.Llz111 Fred. Goin' l31'ovk111a11. and Joi' laillll prvpztr It 111 111 lvau' liar at Wl'1'li4l'Illl spt't'i'l1 lourlia 0 . 146 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ff as it K tif- at M' . g -mi Vendvli Odom Until NX uit and Chris Pappuf participate in La- fz. -I, is is ' ,Y H, , .r' 1' AS, . . I I utix liileiprvtation vmiipf-titiuii. ,Ian Frm-fl anti Rove r Smith til tux debate plans for a future tournamc Joost. Univ Martin. Hill iwL'ASililIl. Kart-n ix'IliiCl'. Patti Nlims. Swan Otluni. We-iid:-ll Pappas. Chris I'tnwr. Scott Kina Rivlmrmi Filllflt. itllll Smith. liramlun W ativ. Dm itl Walt-rf. King Wt-sl1i14ii'1-l.tiiti. B wiililil'll. Pain Yalr. Arai l l"RUlNT ROW: lltllll lil'l'lx4'l. .lan Spiller. llllftlllllt' Crystal. Debbie WlL1llil'I'.,lllIlY Moore. Ronnie lie-xt-l'. Susan Cruz. Diana l.t1l'lH1lI't'. Nilt1l'YSt'l1.l'LlINlll. Dvllbit- Pep- g 1 pt-rl-ll. Carol Neill. Xlilfy ltyllll Slllith. .SECUXID ROW: Nt-il Wolle. Elixlllwtll liastfoe. Eliztlbm-lll Skipper. Lee Lawless. lJUIlllL1'lilSll. Nliltxld-HdI'I'lS. Dvlnllil' Stephen- son. Esther 'llllllllt'IlllLllIIIl. l'llyllis Stokes. vlllflllil Roos. Mary Sutllvs. llilltly Yu-llll. THIRD ROW: Byron Barnes. Molly Young, AHI1 Todaro. Nlivllt-lll' l.aFl'anCe Di.llll- Sillt'l:lil'. Sllilll llorsey. Sally Snow. Viwlxy Storey. Merrily Nloore. Slltlftlll Powers. Stew Metz, l'T0llRTH ROW: l,ill4lll Svott. Debby Ownln. Bl'lJt'.lFIlSOl'1 lfllllllii .lfJl1I1r4lI1. ,IilIlt' Perry. Anne Potltllt-. Susan Stover. lxfllfliiltit' lllllltfilll. Stephanie Bllrlw. lfylllllla llarlols. lfzlllllwillt- Nlitldaugll. 1 liiltflllllll lllvllllwls attentixely XXilll'll a presentation of Llll Ulllily liiltflllflii ilfilllttl, 148 KA CHINA PRESIDENT: Brandon Slllltll VICE-PRESIDENT: Donna Tish SECRETARY: Marla Harris TREASURER: Jon Jennett SPONSOR: Miss Diane lVlcCurley As the sophomore drama club, Kachina presents op- portunities for students interested in the theater to bd east in plays and to work with technical aspects of drama. Kavhina was also the IIl2:1lI1 source of help at the LAHIHII Forensics Tournament February 2 and 3. Every year at the clulfs banquet a special award is presented to the most outstanding Kachina boy and girl. Tllis year scattered with various work parties to stim- ulate interest among sophomores and to prepare them for the junior and senior years. Opvn to any stuclvnt iiitefixistetl in tht- arts and vraifts, Ilia Artisans Assm-i11tio11 1-111lcav1,11's to pm111ot1- iiitonest in ' tlic-se urwis ln' piwwitliiig L1 guvst spmilwi' OYIFIW' invcliiig. llflwtiiigs 1111- lie-lil tlii- tliirtl 'liliiirstlaiv 0li1'Vt'l'W niontli ln inlurni tllv lItt'lIllM'l'S ul ilu-4-1111111-111 vvviits II1 1l11-w111- tl1llI1llY ainml to mlm-xi-lop 1111 iippn-1'i11tio11 for l'0Ill0lIlIJOI'iil'V art. 'iv , W5 " 3 NH-Q , 1 rf' . wa? 1 x Q. . t iiwgg YW-1 .Q in rw, 1 fr 1 f-:?1ff11'?"f- 1 . - . , , 1-4. e, Xi N fb ' , . 'L 4, .-1,1 -f 2 .r fl Bef Q2 1 723' 9 4 vw. , 'F L 'fr Yi 54" xg e LFE' 1, x' QQ Q 1 Kaitit- lv-rr. Y11111111- lNl1-lt-livr. llriig SI'lIXKLll'Z. LlI!ll Ann W1-st111i11'11l11111l iltlllllft' .l11li11 'l'1ul11r's 11n1l1-1'11 1111, C1'i'1ulv. .li-1111iv Cb Pi 1-F DP no Po P1 CD Q. SD rr. o :S DP Q. 4 S39 D O CD A Q. .- ziir. 51121111111- 111111111 1,111-11 'K 11111 1 xi-1 1.1 1 -' H ,wg - , , Q, 3' 1413 Q . ' if xllliwll. ixlllff fxllllt' 1, llilling. .lainis b y N l.1111sta111t11111, liiitlix Dvw. Ttlllllllf lylltllllf. 'Nlarji Ellflllllllltl. Sli-pluiniv 1"f'-Z'237f.'3l'i: . ff? . w:1:':I -:--Anil' ':.:,-.1,u,1.-.n...l :,.,.--M,--. ..-1 PRESIDENT: Ann We-5t111o1'ola114l VICE-PRIiSIDliN'l': Ellen Abbott SECRETARY: Kvrry ,lortlzin 'l'HEA5llRER: lq21l'!'Il Smith SPUNSUR: Miss C0111-wvicvu Filson llulill. ,loivv V I ,lili'liSHl1. ,lttilll f' Q , E Q .1 H 'O . F V Jltlxflillt. K1'I'l'l' K 55 K ' y Q - ,sk I Kvvliinil. lui-gp' . 1, 3 . 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Ili-lilii :ff i 7 H 4 if llllSlIIlt'li, Niinvttn .. , V11l111-11, l,u111'1l4-s I . 1 N W1-1-ins. till,-11 'R 3 .. A. ' 'Q iV1,g 1 ,: ,f-. Q , ' , L White- Kiihv 1 .1 if l'ii 1- 5 l 1 1 , ,11- ll 'll1'f"1 -FHIIW ' ' w f ' G? fmrxf 12 1- 1 -- 1 11 1 61 , ,-1151 5 1 s,,f.x25'g' in W iiislow. Ima l vw-11' 6' 1' , A51 ARTISANS 149 Q' 'KS U, ramatists Present Colorful Productions fv 125, NNN, Lisa Dilliiigliaiii poiitlt-rs iiuii-th iii ri it-viiv l'i'om "Rt-il Shot-sf Html work both on aiiitl oil' tht- stugv is tht- rt'quii'vim'iit limi' iiie-iiiliwsliip iii tliv Natiomil 'lllivspiuii Souivty. Muni- lit-rsliip in tht- vluh is thv Iiight-st Iioiioiwiii-1-tiii llllilill in high smhool rlimiiiiiitivs. Working vlosvlv with thu art mul musiv clt'purtiii1'iit5. tho vluli orgaiiizvs thi- stzigv product- tioiis at lAlINi1I'. This ye-ai' thc- Tlwspiaiis p1'esciitocl "Rod Sliovs" anal "Little Mary Suiisliiiiczii Thi- aim ol' tliv vluli is to c'1'w1tv an actix'e1intci'cst in tho high school theater. to develop approoiatioii for it, and to improve its quality. 1 50 TH ES PIA NS .Ion ,lviiiivt ftrilws .x gaillitiil post' in "Iii-it SlltN'9.v x Carlson tiuvstioiis Patti Nlillvi' in 3 sm-iw from "Rell Shot THESPIAN MEMBERSHIP Pam Whittvn Patti Miller Richard Carlson Fram'ie Mvnmlvnh Barry Kazilas June Jones Brandon Smith Nanvy Pace Elizabcth Pawlvy anvl Leniberg Louis Parks Lisa Dillingham Sally Wilbvr ay Ganz arti Cross lay Darling red Foster on Jenvtt infla Ely lizaheth Ch-gg tephanicf Portvr aul Taylor Evin Thayvr Ll Karvn lVl1'Ashan lVlali'olm Smith King Wat:-rs Linda Imwns Becky Kuykendall Marla Harris Carol Clmninons Donna Tisli Carol Posvy Tonya Rainey Larry MvN0ill Ellvn Abbott Carol Crosby l'l1'4'lq' B1'i1I1flt'lll'J1'I'g1'l' l.inila dv la Torra- I' lht ill nn 1 il In nlnu nl pu mnlalnmii nl l,1lllc Nlarx Snnflnnv N1lS1lg,Il'i'Ill Sll1't'4'SS. ill: In ,libllll Btxkilly hvrs nl'lln'v11sl im-Inili-ilStt-w Nh-lz..InI1n l31'1llli.lilil'iS l.in'sm1.,l1ii1v,lunvs. liklI't'Il Nlvfl I1 ' 'ut U An. lluiinti 'l'ifIi. Html lfiufln. lxgn litany. lxlvkx liirlsnn. .mal il:-ll liunrlzinml. Ste-xv Larl l.wh Libbii- Hicks HONURARY THESPIANS PRESIDICNT: Pam Whitti-n Mrs. Anna-ttv Ransom SECRETARY: Karen Mc-Aslmn Mrs. Hvlcn Earl TREASURER: Patti Millvr SPONSOR: Miss Diane M1'Curli-y F' Q 1 Rivlq iimlsun slrilws il lfl.Ill'Lll push, Pain XX hillvn. .if l,illli' Mari Sunshinv. gvls ai lilil from Raliigvis Sli-xv Xlwlx. lfxi11'l'l1.iy1i L51 L11 fiil14ll1Zll1ll'iiIlt' members Lui-illv Hodges. Mary A1111 C111'1'c1ll. and FI'E1Ill'CFl'i1 F1-rro prepare refreshnic-11tf for 1 dub meitm French Culture Inspires Students . W, ,,,,mm,1 if M ,, '-1!3i?511YY1'?' f :4:,15Wff -W . nf . fftfssii, 1 ' .A 1 1' f -' vs. 1 ' - , 'Yi am 1 2 J :JV Q iffigfifr- ' , ,Q -: ttrt, . f, , r - , ' .X 1' . 1 1 V Jn. 3 rw-1--.LL V- x""""" I 'Q ':!",gfgffiQZj-57,655 'L 152 La CINQUANTAINE Barium, Sh-11l1:111i4' BCiSSI1t'I'. Sully Bellesiulis, Slzirvy Bm, lI11111l1 Larmll. Nlury A1111 Cliilfls. llilll Cmly, Imuise fi1lIlSillI1lLll0S, Collie D1-li111l1lv1'. Karlyn IQHQ-1'sf111, Christie Fox. William G111':1s. Nlirtha f,il'Ol'gHIlfliS. Argo fiillfillll, Libby Crivon, Evelyn Hodge, Mary liillll Hoflges. l,u4'ill1- Hoiwani. iViL1I'it'llLl Huebotier, lili-lim Hutvliiris. Marx' .Iz1r1es,l'Iz1ll1y Y Janes, Linilu Jeffries, .lzirwlle ,IL'fiil'i0S. ,ll'lllliii'I' .l11l111so11. 5lIllI'4JIl .lo1'1la111. lxvrrx ,lo1'1l.111. ll1llI'Il'Ill l,11111v1'. l.1111l:1 ,P l T,bllS1iIl. Flu-rry gi I lam. Sallie J S 5, Nlaillaml. l'11t1'i1-111 - 9 N14-1.111-1111. ,lllllil ' 1 I X11-4.1-aw. H1-vlq Nl4'Xl1U'I'1't, llillll Xlot111tai11. li1lI'l'Il Xa-ls1111. l,.1111l1 , , . l appas. l,llI'lS lT1lI'Ill1'5ilIl. Marx lbillll. N 11'lx1 l'1-It-rs. Sllllflill S4-ntl. l.l114lt1 Fl111ll111'k. Toni l SI1111-111g1lw1', Marla Slllllltlv. lj111'in11e 5i11gl1'l1111. l'lolx'1't N .111 :X - 'S Sll'IllI2lll. Nt-llx - 1 .1-4.1 . nm 5 ,J .at iki. ,ff 'K If, 3.25 ,ra f 1 ggi NX : Q. 5 1' , fs: 5 ...- K . --sl I , .,, ' M 5 M, 1 K T J ,, . f . f A Q Q. '3- as 1 11 Q4 r ' 1 - 1 Z5 I 1 if s 1 if '-1 'I as 1 5ll'Wtll'l. lA'lI ll1ll'll'U'fSll'V., li11r1'11 in .ai as ll11'11sl1, ,Indy XVLlll'I'11. l,o111'1l4's 41 Wilder. Kathy ,a Cinquantaine 1111:r11bers and their SPUIIHUI1 Mrs, Helen Earl. pI'1'P2tI'4' the prograni to be glY1'll al Ll llllllft? IIlQf'llllQ1. For anyone interested in Franee or the French lan- guage and culture, La Cinquantaine, the French Club of Qamar, was organized. During the year, the elub pre- sented many interesting programs about France with novies, guest speakers, songs and skits. The club has do- iated to Lamar beautiful French paintings a11d frames. llwhe annual program included a French banquet and a till-length French movie. PRESIDENT: Lucille Hodges VICE-PRESIDENT: Cathy Janes SECRETARY: Linda Janes TREASURER: Mary Ann Carroll SPONSUR: Mrs. Helen Earl is K. ... , . pf . , 5. wsu K :ff as Mi pk. sis . ..1 jar fm 1 I' wi .f f 1 f d lfl 153 N Knapp, IX-lrlaiv Jordan, Sherry Kaldis. Alexandra Khawaja. Eddie- Kirk. John Barnes, Pat Bear-h, jenny BQ-lclu-r, David Bryant, Ruth Clonts, Ken Curtis, john Eason, Marion Fuyner. Sheldon F1-Phan. Andx' Fones, Cars' i Frivrson, Alan Hervey, Rivhard Joost, Ozzie Jordan, Betty R PRESIDENT: Alan Frierson VICE-PRESIDENT: Melissa Marshall SCERETARY: Betty Jordan TREASURER: Sherri' Jordan SPONSGR: Mrs. Alissa Ruth Puppet Show Provides Entertainment Larmore. Diana Lenoir. Wvzilii-r Livlmvr. B4-lty Long, Mark Marshall, Melissa 154 DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN ,u l l J, A . QQ E642 4 F, , ., ,F ,-' iy w nf .T l' iw! K 'Y ifll .IA f M 4. , Der Deutsche Vercin nivmbors Esther Sliafer, Don Spevk. and Ruth Bry int mardi through German inagazinvs for lheme topics. 'A 1 4 Se 25 Der Deutsche Verein members Roger Smith, Patty Robertson. and Kit Reynolds par tieipale in the presentation ot' ilu- puppet show "Hansel and Gretelf' To become acquainted with German vulture and lan- guage, students taking German belong to Der Deutsche Verein. The club is affiliated with the Texas Association of German Students, which sponsors summer trips to Germany for students who desire to work there. This year, the members wrote a German script of "Hansel and Gretelw and produced a puppet show for the German elasses. Movies and slides of Germany and its Customs were featured at club meetings. A polka party was the highlight of spring semester activities. Olson. John ny Pieratt. Nlarlise Powell. Julia Power. Scott Hevis, Rayniond Reynolds, Kit Robertson. Pallv Schreiber. Ruby: Seaborne, Mary Shafer, Esther Smith. Karen Smith, Roger Speck, Dm an Strother. Sherry Thornhill. Tom Turner. Sheila Wir-ell. Bobby Wriglit. 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Bm-llx Bulauul. l.x n Bollvs, lxun Brzuly. liurlulra Brumll- -11--, .Y Bvllnlunl. llill'UlNI1 uln 12,41 B1- Hruwu. Sully Bullvr. P4-ggv ll? lwv. Bvlll .ilI'lSUll. ham' llurlwriglmt. Carr Clegg, Elizalwtll llollvrzun. ,loan ifnolvy. Nlariann mlllvll. l'I'ZiIIl'lS Craig. Nlary H1-l lIrr'c'gPr. Nliggil- Da' Young. ,lnuu Durnzw. Tunju Eason. lllsxrinn lflln-rlgv. Nlilflllil Rlvcfrsrm. lllnuy Elnhry, Carolyn Ernhry. Diam- Illlgfltlllllill. Nw S. iflurm' Fnvrslmlz-. Nzuwy Fain. lm-nnx Q Frm. 156 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA A i 4, ,.,,. yy . PR ESI D ENT: Sal ly Brow n Vlllli-PRESIDENT: Ah-xumlr SElIliE'l'ARY-TREASIllllill: Susan Hvnmlrir lg SPONSOR: Mrs. Nlzlrllux Livata l l ltr-lrmvk. Cla Hollliljll, lxiilflll . llolrncs. llvle-n urlm Hurlfm, Elizzllwlll Q 1 Huwv. rlxlim- W X 51212 . Y K 1 U .E f "I l llowarrl. Nluria-lla llmw-, Nam-x lluwlson. Suiun lluglws. Xlury Bl'lll llutvllins. Nlury lm-l'l'riPS. .lvnnille-r lohnson, Sllilllilll lollnson. Sllirlm Fuin. F4-Ikl Mary 'r. A rlslu Fvrgusun, Pultv lwml. .loam l"nunIz1in. .lum- lclillllf' l'l'l't'lIlilll. l.xnn GAIN. l'11llllt'IlllP fwv. llutll tm-Qlflv. lffuniv lflvglg. Susie' llzllln-rl lullv llzuulllnn, Lois llzunsv, Marilyn llannvs, Gaull- rg-111 ull rl 4'll H4-nrlrivk. Susan l'lc'rwy. Rulllrla- a Kaldis To acquaint students with antl to introtluee thein to careers in inetlieine are the purposes ol' Future Nurses ol' Aineriea. The eluh entleavors to help students diseover the various fields ollererl antl the requirements for entry into eaeh. Field trips to inedieal institutions and health ageneies antl speakers from the various health organiza- tions help aeeoinplish the purpose. The elu tu sponsors a seholarship eaeh year lor a tleserx - ing girl who plans to be a nurse. The rnoney lor this was raised this year through dues and eantly sales. Krause. Kiki Lancaster. Liz Lander. Laurie Lane, Patsy Lanier. Lintla Latson. Slierry Leary. Jean Lennnons, Sylvia Liverinore. .lanet Kahn. Katie Kaltlis, Alexa liegg. Coleen lxl:'nli'l'1't'. Lo Klep, hlarvi Knott, Klart' ntlra , li A V. 'NW . nnie 'iilzi Q - lk ' T ,-- Q Career Opportunities Explored Q ,. -Q .-,M ,. N L 5 is t Q 5' neva 0 - 5 all 3 t l 1. ' Q L itll 6 tte 1 N 'U L - iff .,' sae. Q, it 3 f 4 ,, .Lf Kg 551-" "" i pf' 3 it 0 'Q fx -fe 1 este 'Q X 4? - X ' .ek N Q .t 1 1. e.-f .- L ..5,,. Q ..Q:.,,,:..,, 3 it A lr it 3 . NNE' 1 J ' . .1 . 1- li I Masta-rson. ,lotly A A or I ' S S M' Mathews. liiin A f MSX 1 5 ,i EK: ,Q MeBirney. Nlarti X, j?f 1 i X 4 L ' L iNlt'Doxsell. ,laekie fjj-Z 7 as ii , -ef R ' MrQuhae. Linda P055 l Ll Minis. Susan , ' Ea Nlistrot. Pain Moon-, Salty ' . A iiii V ii"' K F .. A Mountain. Karen .A 3. , 0 Atta-pta. Liz fyjijf ,E sw Nasvlike. Cerrie - it L 4. ' Nwill. Marianne ' .L . Q M we Nexill. Pat px e I I at f Newton. Margie ii L E fi? E 1 . If Niekolaus. Cathy Norman. Wynette Pennington. Trieia Potter. Cynthia Railshaeli. Brenda Rayburn. Beeky Robertson. Lili Sehoverling. Ly nn -M Settlemyre. Shirley - 4552 Seybolcl. Franeie , L r ' Slnulde, Corinne 7? ,, " " ff 3? fw- sk.-tttiy. Ktatt.-.-im - A QL Smith. Cynthia L 0 ,i ' Y 5 K Nha. . Smith. Sarah Q 2 - K A ' A bleu-ns. Ann Strajan. Zatlie -1 ' " f .. Suttles. Kathy .V i r ',i' . I L., 5,': f ii Q i Snain. Georgia EE , L., :ret ii 3 1... 'l'alIey'. Clautlia ji V. IZ f Q tx A 5 ' Taller. Susan k,-.' ' R '.-f -. if , Tlionnmson. Linda fi r""ii , E . Trigg. Nlarguerile in QQ ,"'. ' .. Vtatson. Jan t w 2. t' Vt iltler. liatln' K' if, ,'i . L, Vliitliers. Ellen lvl' - V' b V W ootl. Brentla K , 2 " tt XX right. .lenni f ' l v .4 ' Yartllx. ,lan 5'55il'?'ft"1i '- - l 1 157 Fun Fills Rodeo Schedule . Q A is Q W . Q ,f L WM Aste r! fmsssm.. - 1: Q. , 1 S353 ww Q, . S 4. Q xii 'fi 4 . ll.l , yyp y ge y . This years Rodeo Club oflicers were QFRONT ROWJ John Water Costa Kaldis. The Rodeo Club is organized for students interested in riding and rodeoing. The club sponsors hay rides, dances, and barbeques. This year the club sponsored a dance at the Cinco Ranch. Members represent Lamar by partici- pating in various rodeos and events such as Rodeo Sweet- heart: barrel races: calf ropingg and bronc, bull, and steer riding. The Rodeo Club assists the EEA. chapter in presenting the Lamar EEA. Project show. Rodeo club members also attend the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. This year's Rodeo Club is one of the largest in the history of Lamar. The Rodeo Club adds color and spirit to Lamar in furthering our Texas heritage. 158 RODEO CL UB 39 s. Jim Lciscr. Mr. Clarence Potter, QSECOND ROWJ Jim Bowen. Deinpsey Malone, and PRESIDENT: John Waters VICE-PRESIDENT: Costa Kaldis SECRETARY: Dempsey Malone TREASURER: Jim Bowen SPONSOR: Mr. C. H. Potter, Jr. ,loh .Nt n Waters and Mr. C. ll. Potter answer questions at the October Rodeo Club me ing. 'T 'T' RONT ROW: Lynnv Lum'iLstvr. h'lz1rgurv1 Gillis. Noel Engcinoen, Johnny erry, Grier Patton. Lili Rolu,-rtson. NlL1l'glll'I'll1' Trigg. ,Io Beth Roberts, Laurie ancler, Mari Sanlamaria. Colm-ii lie-gg. Sharon ,lohnson, Susie Alexander, lizabfrlh Horton. SECOND ROW: Miki- Biggs. Bi-lh Btlt-ns, Doug Burton. lartha Elleclge, ,lane Fountain. Lyn Bolunil. llurolyn Bn-llinont, Tommy olmes. Arista Ft-lker. Jeanit- Crmzly. Mimi Cn-viiwoocl. Kntlic-rim' Allcn, rancie Seybold. THIRD ROW: Carol Noel. Eli Blavklitirn, Diane Allison, Rick lww. Jones, Cyntliia Smith, liinily Kvinlmrt. Put Jortlun. Miki- Robbins, Chuck MacGregor, Boll Bolling. Kaitlin-i'ili4' Ski-Ili-5. lNlz1rgo Bohlinann, Barbara Chil- ders, Marlist' Pivrull. l"Ol'H'l'll BOW: Curr Sinilli, ,liminy Wooltly, Les jord- an, Kc-n Nash. Sally Brown. liotlni-y l.t'tlt'l. lVlzinny livirlivk. Sonny Triche. Bill Charles. Jim Leis:-r. Nant-y Bziirtl. Lyn l'il'l'l'II1L1ll., Bzirlrio Cornnui, Candy Cald- well. Sliarrnon Spin,-fl. ,lun ,Iourn0ay. Marilyn Kvztiis. KONI' ROW: llolli Curtlnvr, Lynne l.,Hl'll'E1Sl9I'. Ann Einbri. Costa Kul- 1. Bm-n Ctillis. llairolyn lfnihri, Liz l.,L1IIf'ilSlC1'. Dclinpst-5 Xlalonc. SECOND JW: Noe-I lfiigviiioi-ri, tlilln ZLll'lll'f., Pain Sanders. John Waters. Diant' lison, Royal llisvlw, Lyn lioluntl. tfurolin Behllniont. Martha Elleflgc. klyllt' Mairsluill. 'l'lllllD BUW: Iiill Stillivun. Miko Wlitlvler. Bill Branrles. Slcpluniic- Nloslt-y. Arista Ft-lkr'1', Katherine Skellei, Jana Fountain. Nancy Buirfl. Bolrliy llltirk, Margo Bohlmann. BurlJara Childers. TOP ROW: Tim Bruno, Mlm-rl Sluinnon, Sully Brown. Tonnny Dow. Kennvlli filzirr. Bob Bolling. lion Naisli. lVlzn'gin'ritc' Trigg, 'lloinrni llolnws. Jo Both Bohm-rls, 159 Cowboys Round-Up Members "' n 'iw FRONT ROW: llliuvk lVla1'Gr0gor, Barbara Powell, Cynthia Potter. Diane Allison, Sharon ,lohnSon, Beth ,lonm-S. Martha Roos. Molly Rhotlvs. Sarah lVlolVlulh-n, Ann Str-vm-ns. Nlarivtta Gaul. William Fox. SECOND ROW: Sonnv Trivlim-, Alina' l'lOW,1,'. Nigga- C1'ePge1'. Suzy Rcielrion. Sac Long. Kali:- Kaiini, ,lvnnw Fain, Holun Holmes. Carolxn B6-llinont. l.x n Bolanrl, Nlilw BUUI'lllllll, ,lim Rowvn, Loinf- Simmons. THIRD ROW: Rivk Rorlut-snort-, llvorgia Swain, Margo Williams, Lin Fremnan. Cindy Str-plwtis. l'lOl R'l'll .I dw ROW: Sally Brown. Gaylf' Hain:-s. Margicn Newton, Martha E114-clgv, Mari- anna lloolvy, llvth l"islior, l,orL-tta Thomas. .lan Watson, Diane Roafl, Pain Gilrlnons. l"lF'lll'l ROW: Boh Bolling. Mindy Stanwy. lim Leisvr, liarlr-r llahor, Bill Malanowski, Karen Parrish. Marianna: Nr-vill. Suzan Hudson, Mari lfain, Ginny lflcwisoii, Susan CoolPy, Katherine Skcllvy. Rohln WIN-- Ic-ss. Nanny Baird, lNanc3 Crane, Tina Bentson, .lohn Tooinvi. Margo 'l's-- agav. 'llrish l-louvlx, leant' Graves. FRONT ROW: Ste-ve Zachariah, Katy Carlson. Angie- Hodge-s. Anur- T4'IllSIlIt. Kiki Krausn, Nanci lVl1:Gonagill. Louise- Vanrlc-rliovl'. Nanvi Howe-. Wxnvttf' Norman. SECOND ROW: lrm-nv llc-aslvy. Daxirl Kerr- how. Sonny NPdll1.Xl3Il'lKPlIJ. Mary St-yholrl, Diane- lfnthri. liiz Mur- phy. Pat Nr-rill. Sharon Hudnall. lar-kin M1-Dowr-Il. 'l'lllRlJ ROW: lcri1iil'erGPo1'ge-. Franuvslianwro1i,'l'oni Amlr-raon, Dong Pang. Pain Porter. Donny Santan. l.insla lairlwii-lx, lie-:Aki lirown. l'lOlfRTH 160 RODEO CLUB ROW: Mimla Yan ZfNPI'tlPI1, Lisa Hvacl, John Belloggiv, Woolly 'l'au- sr-usl. Brarl Dull. Stew Monlgoinc-r'y, Craig Sc-hm'i1lor, Dvwill Gayle-. l"ll"'lill ROW: Billy Marfxlauglilun, Slanlvy Taylor, Rit-Iiarrl Rim-. Pain Nlistrot. 'llonnni Smith. ,lvtl lllUl'lN'I', Butlmli Wt-awr. Mincli Slilllltlf. Buhha Bra1icloiilJui'gv1'. SIXTH ROW: .Iinnny Woolvi, lion Nash. Sally Brown. liilllN'I'lllt' Skvlloi. livnl Sniilh, Nlark llutlvr, liratl Wrfstiiion-larirl. Project Show Highlights Program Vit? P1 RONT ROW: Mr. C. H. Potter, Ren Callis, Sweetheart Carolyn Embry, immy Dantone, Mike Huddle, Gary MCNet-ly, Carl Long. Harry Wallace, Steve saehariah, Debbie Sat-comanno, SEOND ROW: Eric Luten, Jim Hamblet, Rob- :rt Zinola, Les Jordan, Gene Mattox, Rodney Duffin, Mar Steve Collier, Jerry Caves. THIRD ROW: Hollis Williamsal k Rich. Pat Neff, oe Castles, Gerald ' . 1 ff! if Eerald Petrvalsky. Dempsey Malone, Joe Castles. jaek I ,harles examine the plants on display at the FFA plant sa lochran, and Bill le. Fra Retrvalsky, Dempsey Malone. Anthony Piazza, Jim Sehumauvher, Jael: Coch- ran. ,lohn Green. .lohn Croom, FOl,iRTll ROW: Albert Ruiz, Costa Kaldis, Bill Charles. Lt-on Daily. Patrick Restivo. james Davidson, Dale St-hwartz, Kenneth Carr. Toininy Dew. Future Farmers ol' America is a national organization for students studying vocational agriculture in school. The only requirement for membership is an interest in agriculture. Eaeh year the members sponsor the Lamar F.F.A. Project show and the Parent and Son Banquet. EEA. members participate in district and area leadership and judging eontests and attend state and national EEA. conventions. The club members selected Carolyn Embry F.F.A. Sweetheart. PRESIDENT: Dempsey Malone VICE-PRESIDENT: Costa Kaldis SECRETARY: ,Ioe Castles TREASURER: Gerald Petrvalsky SPONSOR: Mr. C. H. Potter FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 161 I ,I 3 it Rv t 4 v. ti g a .Q B.S , , N X' J fix w t, 3 N 1 E X is This yearis Astronomy Club members are flvft to rightl John Sharp, John Eason, Joe Clift, Becky McCraw, James Flodine, Nata Duvvury, and Mike Cochran. Not pictured are Kostu Skandalis and Joyce llull, Astronomers Build Gbservator ,292 . Astrononn filub officers lVlikvt1oa'ln'an and James Flodinc- cxpvriment with the Van de- tlraall' generator. 162 ASTRONOMY CLUB Lamarls Astronomy Club, founded in 1955, is open tc all students interested in astronomy or physics. Members have built Houston's only observatory and have acquirec two of the largest and finest telescopes in the city. ln ad dition to field meets at the observatory, members ofter observe, time, and record phenomena, meteors, and com ets. During this year members have observed one lunar eclipse and a meteor shower. The club also participatec in activities with the Houston Astronomical Society. PRESIDENT: Joyce Huff VICE-PRESIDENT: Mike Cochran SECRETARY-TREASURER: James Flodine SPONSOR: Mr. Joe Wilkins Librarians Help Finance New Librar Kina i N N' g . -,vm my Mary Ann Carroll and Nelly Stephan examine some new books in the library. The purpose of Wowapi, the library club, is to promote interest in the library. ln l952, the name Library Club was changed to Wowapi, which means Painted Book. Wowapi is responsible for bulletin boards in the library and in the hall and for the observance of Book Week at Lamar. This year the club sold candy in the fall as its first money-making project. Also, members decorated the li- brary for Open House, when over two hundred books were displayed. During the fall semester members were busy making products for a boutique they had at Market Square in December. PRESIDENT: Mary Ann Carroll VICE-PRESlDENT: Pam McMurray SECRETARY: Kathleen Larmorc TREASURER: Nelly Stephan SPONSOR: Mrs. Ruth Dowling Aslanidis, Mattina Carroll, Mary Ann jackson, Con nie Janes, Linda Jarnion, Betsy LaCrouc, Mary Larmore, Diana Larmore, Kathleen McCarthy, Julia MeMurrey, Pam Moore, Merrily Moscarelli, Jackie Raulston, Nancy Schrum, Nancy Q , , . i 1. .- sas U. . , s. 0 M. 5 as f . , , .... pf A we ,V ' "W: "'-' 'TZJIII 'F' .1 , FV vie 1,757.4 it V 1' AW" -get . a. sf ' .. - N. , lil A A A .f F 4 :J ,- in nf ' f . ai' Q I. 5 attuck, Flon: W, . Smith, Karen ',:, i ' Stephan, Nelly f' St6Phenson, Debbie "r A 49 se1e tias as t Tuttle, Lisa .X lil- fe r Valero, Lourdes ' X 4 , I . , 1 t .4 f WOWAPI 163 if - a 1 ' 62 rg l llmxln-5, lrvm- ' lv" ll4'iswl1v1'. Sully I .5 kigy llfilllllilll. Nam .1 yy. Q a A r ,Mi . Lf i l , r Q ',,- , - H li li Ag" l lf' oi . 'W K I I s i f Vrhk lhllulxwll. Susan - f ,JSW 5 l '-'-L ff llllillllllllfll. lxuliv . ' 'mf "1 - -ff P "' - If - 11- .k . ' fffii 2' 1 , ' rrll fi f I . ' .:-. -- 'B : L hiy' . 8 " V A"' Y' - Corrigan. Dianm- .li ' , k..g 'W -D 52 f -, z- ClllllIlllI1gS. Kam-n H , Q A A I , Eb1I'll1IlIiiIl. Sll'pllllIlll' l b u in - 1- I-.rl XMIV1 lx. l 34 mr! llx l'.X1llIS. Xlllflllll l'lu'l'wl4-, Num-x 101 Fl'TlfRE TEA CHERS OF AMERICA Suzanne' Ulm-11. Vicki Sto roy, Mrs. Ann Storcv, ana Sally Smilh clisvuss plalns fox il field trip. PRl2SlDlQN'l': .lan Clark SECRE'I'ARY-TREASI'HER: Nlarj' Faiu SPONSUH: Mrs. Ann ll. Slorvy l'rlIll. Xl.u'x 3 'fag 1l'- L' , s , 1. , -. W :Q-ij nym. ' A fi' iv . M4 1 A II' L K ' if ll1m1l 1 NIIIX limi Ni' l1iIm1m lmlu A iXIl lil Imium ff an AVZVVA y 4,4 125 luinf Nli lhl L! K Nlllh ll Ni ln x 'QW W i N111 ilmnul ini V if if 1 1 .. The main pL1rp1ms1- of Future 'l'ca1'li1'rs 1mi'A111c1'ica is lo enable Lamar siu1l11nIs who are iIli0I'1'Sllxii in l'0IlSid0I'illQL l4'ilt'iliI1g as a i'ilI'lxt'l' lo lvam more about this p1'0f'essi1m. The club is 01'ganiz1'1l lo llIl1lPI'SiklIKi the history and ob- i1i1'lix'1's of our lulhliv schools. lVl1'mhers a1i11uir1- IJt'I'SOI1Lli eXpe1'ien1'1f in the field of i1'2lt'ilillg hy serving as I1-a1'h1'-1' assistants. Fl1l1ii'1iT1'ach- 1-rs ol' AII1l'l'iCd was lJI'gk1lliZt'ti in 1964 under liN'gLliLiHI1CC ol' Mrs. Ann Storey. Nl1is1'l'. lYJ1'ili7il' iilrl'll. 51111111111- 1-1 .1,,...c,.1 ,..., x, ,- ff - 1 5.llIIi1'I'S. ihllll " ,,,. - '!"2. 51'h1n1'IIX11g11'i. XXIII , M21 X X N Y Q'-QV Slllilll. Tmlix M ' l, Sl11r1-5. X icky Y 4 -ff I' A Wiif A H - 1' .X l , 1 Ti" .. 'i'h1-mps1m. llllllill YUIHI. Cililif' Educators Experience Teaching 6 M. 91 .3 .. 1 W , ff 1 1 .fi 1 . wr ,gy-ggi gy f , f- 'Q 3 4 , ,, f, if if an f 1 W .1 es :1 3' i M P ,?Q2f .n I in li I11I11i1l1 lxim li1vll1-s 1. ,1 illlt lui 4.l.llh I1i11l11,11: iII4'II' 1'1-purls 11,1 IIN' I'i1lur1- I1'!1'iIl'I'N m1-1-Imff 165' Young Men r 166 INTERA CT Adams, Don Adkins, John Ball, Tom Calkins. Phillip Clift. Joe Cochran, Mike Doggett, Robert Eason, John Fite, Ralph Flodine, James Hiller, Mark Kaldis, Costa Maresca, Tony Meglasson. Martin Scruggs. Bob Sharp. John f' Serve Their Comniunit lnteract's main purpose is to teach young men who are striving through service to better their school and them- selves. The club is sponsored and encouraged by inter- ested members of Rotary Clubs. Members of Interact maintain a good scholastic standing and participate in a wide range of extra-Curricular activities. Interact officers Tonv Marcsca, Costa Kaldis. Donnv Suman. and Don Adams discuss fu J . ture plans wilh their sponsor. Mr. Winston Boeker. and Mr. Harold Costlow. PRESIDENT: Tony Maresca VICE-PRESIDENT: Donny Suman SECRETARY: Costa Kaldis TREASURER: Don Adams SPONSOR: Mr. Winston Boeker Sharp, Tom Spaw, Richard Timmons, Terry Wagner. Dale Education Is the Key to Success Larry lVlcNn-ill points out a good idea lo Ylr. lfliarlcs McDonough al a Kev Club nu-clin The Kev Club isa service club lor mon which strives to build good citizens and strong loaders. This club is unique because it is sponsored in cooperation with the school officials by a local Kiwanis Club. Two members ol thc club attend Kiwanis Club luncheons every week. Tho Key Club motto is "We Build." A "B" average and an "E" in conduct are required for membership. The club holds regular ineelings with an informative or inspira- li0Il2ll PI'OgI'2lIl1. PRESIDENT: Larry McNeill VICE-PRESIDENT: Waller Bissex N SECRETARY: Steve Word TREASURER: Kelly Ealoon SPONSOR: lVlr. Charles Mm-Donough Smith. Kr-nt Smith. Roger Smith. 'l'ommv Taylor. Slanlcv Turner, ,loll H Woolcy, .limmv Worfl, Slvvv Biggs. Nliluj Bisscx. Walls-r Bolling. Hob llilark. Bobbi Uouglierty. ,lim lluff. Brad l"aloon. Kelly lfox. William Erin-rson. Alan Carilnvr. David Cay lv. lJvWitt fjilvs. ,lim Hughes, .lohn Landry. Bruw Lay. John Lex y. Robcrl Vlifbleill. Larry Nash. Ken Pappas, Chris Robbins. Miko Rolwrlson. Lou Ruppert. Bill Singleton, liobbv Skandalis, Kosla Fr 1 KEY CLUB 167 .asf ,... , :fri ' Lamar's Christian Student Union has as its purpose to learn and discuss the Christian principles with the aim of encouraging the student to apply these principles in his life, no matter where he may be. Membership in the Christian Student Union is open to all who wish to attend the meetings at 7:45 every Tues- day morning in the auditorium. Outstanding citizens, businessmen, and athletes discuss experiences in their Christian lives. The Christian Union helped several needy families during this academic year. Members also gave the Bible reading each morning during homeroom. PRESIDENT: Henry Bowman VICE-PRESIDENT: Linda McClelland SECRETARY: Sally Price TREASURER: Jackie Moscarelli SPONSOR: Mr. Harold Tate 3 168 CHRISTIAN STUDENT UNION ,, . fa A , - as Bob Kendall speaks lo the Christian Student llnion members at a weekly meet- ing. Christian Students i C Xsluniclis. Nlattina szffzf ,i rg Bvaslvx . lrvnt' ' 3 ifiifffigii 'issm-r, Sally Sue r . ' , B' .S .gf 1, lit-ll. Peggy Bl-llmont. 'Carolyn Bcritlvy. Bill l livyvr. Br-tty B4-yer. Bonnie Bolling, Bob y Bowman, Henry l Brandau. Nan l BL1t'Clll,'l. vi-Llflll' Bylaw. Beth Carroll. Nlury .Xnu , C21I'lXNI'lglll. llarmll i Cleininons, Carrol Cody, Louisi- Coolr-x . Susan Corriguii. Diainne l lin-xislniu. Kin' Dainty. Krireiii llamsml. Russell l lla-Runllll-r, Karlyn l 11 4 Q1 n. X 1 mt . ll . uw. .-1 1 ' 1 nw. Cz ' Ur-umm-11. , N- 2 s er. Cz 'H- , 4-rsulxf. lvzm ' la An. .cl N 1 1 P1 3PUI'U.' 'lrurwz , 'J' ox vlfllllilll n " -lmn.. 'U la ' 1 .Suse fll'UI'l'llIlCllS. :Xrvo - :I nite in Fellow hip '-vp--... , A 5 I, "G-i ."1",, x r - X' If -1 xi., X' ff , .- ,,, 1 i N 4: ' !2....,. Af ,. x f' Milli Gfl4l4.lIllLlll. llvrrx Nlilllfllllll. and Iiuasm-ll Dawson lnalw posh-rs to Lulwrtisc the- ww-kly 1I.S.l'. nlfretiugs. I A- I K . K K Hllllil-llll, lllglllllll , llillllllltbll. l.u1s ,if W' E - ru 3 bm lx uf! ,W Il ms, 1111111 11'v4'x. llolhlrlc' l1 11g1.Nl11l ll111'l1n1. Susan " llnxw. 1 ' ' ,, Alu- M ,,, , l li1111111 Wuulvy pl'L'I7i1I'4'S ilu' 111111'11111g 1lP1'o1i1m11l lwl'111'1' Nlr. llz11'0ld C0-.llo 1111 kv ll11 111111 11111 1 111111111111 1 1111 Ill' , , L . F' 4 5, lx Q! fv- , ov N-v -A 70 CHRISTIAN STUDENT UNION lI11w1-. N11111'1 Al0I'llilll. l'11tr11'1a lQ111111'11sl4y, Gloria lilrln. l1lIlllii lil'llllS4'. Kjl-Li l,11x. ,I11l111 l,111sv11111l1. l,.l1a11'l1-111 lVl11ll1-ll. Sy1l111'1 Mz111g11111, C1-111' lNI4"CHlITl0Ill. llwllllil fXI1'ClPll11111l. I,i111l11 Nl11Dr1111lll. .l:11'l4i1- Nl1'Nl21IllS. l,111-1ll1- lNl01,11'v, Xl1'1'1'il1 NIOS11111-lli, ,I111-lxiv M11S1'1'. D1-lnlriz' lNlo1111l11i11, li111'v11 Nash, Km No1'111a111. l,1-igh lxillflllllll. NVN 1111110 fllS1'Il. 511221111111 Pll'liLll'1l. Chris Pilu-, .l1'11111'lIc Powvll. Julia I'i'iw'. Sully RilKliSl0ll. Yziiiwx' R4-mldiiig. Bvlsy' Hmlvu. Cathy Funfiurcl. Roseann 54'ilIN'ifit'l'. Konus' Sclmeiivogel, Ann Svhruin, Nuricy Scahornc, Mary Siioffniakcr. Marla Shudde. Curiiiml Simms. Kathi bininioiis. l,mm- Smith. Sully Sursln. fixvvn Nxixiiiulial. I,yim Storm . Yivkx 'i'zil4'. Pam Members Activel Support Weekl Meetings ninlurs lnku iVloQ11arelli.Linda McClelland Hemi Buumm Je un in Pikm 1mlS1llv I llll work xi mouvlx on C1 poxtu ifldl 'i'uyl0i', Adelzn 'Tayloig Karf-n Tiioinpson, Linda Tilley, Linda Todaro, Ann Trigg. M21I'gUt'l'il4' Tiu'm'i'. Lynn Wulsmm, .iam Wm-iiis. lille-ii Wliullvy. ,laun- Wcmlvy, jimmy Zum'hi'x'. lfaillix' AQETWXXTQA "N,2'3m,i"'-if lnnerarily. lcggy Morse. Mit-liar,-I Zinnncrman. Ann PRESIDENT: Peggy lnnerarity VICE-PRESIDENT: Mike Morse SECRETARY: ,lanice Wright TREASURER: Ann Zimmerman SPONSOR: Mrs. Mary Worscheh Carpe. Rose Marie I Distributive Education is designed to develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. The club, a na- tional youth organization in the public schools. strives to develop a respeet for the tree, eompetitivc-enterprising system, to place persons in useful distributive occupa- tions, and to prepare them for continuing development in the professions. These objectives are achieved through local, state- wide, and federally supported vocational training pro- grams. The annual program includes an Employer- Employee Banquet, City-Wide lnitiation Ceremony and an Assembly Fashion Show presentation. Experience Builds Future Leaders This year's llistrilnitive lfdur-ation ol't'icers are tleit to rightj Mike Morse, Kyle Jones. Carol He-stivo, Peggy lnncrarity. Hose Marie Carpe. Janice Wright, and nn Zllllllllfftlliill. l 72 DISTRIB UTIVE ED UCA TION 1111 is 1 lnry A1111 1I111'1'1111. 11111-11111 1f11s1111. lL1111'i.1 F1111-1. 111111 li81lll1.'t'l1 l.,HI'II1Ul'L' lll.lclllI'1S1I112lS Sl0l'lx- Ar1111ld. Ciiida Beasley. lI'Pl11' B1'es1.111. .lodie B1'iss11111'. Sally Cilllliiilllii. C1f1'i1ia 1l111'111'11L1S. 1it'I1I'gK'll? 11l111'11. .la111 Elllillllllilll. 5l1'I11lLllllt' l'111s1111. Xla1'i1111 lf1'11-1's1111. 11111'is1i l"1'1'1-111a111. 1,1 I1 l11111111111. .1111 11I'1'll41N . .11'z111i1- , 'a 'ii 1 -vs . 95' l11'1x1111. l'A1'1Xll 1l1'rx11g. Klllllf H11111'1x. ll'lS1l l-l11x11'. Y11111-1 .1111'1111111. R1-lsx I J1-illuns. lilllll' 1x11-p. Nlz11'1'1 L:11111xi11. Kathy La11i1'1'. Linda Maillard. Pat lVl1'D11w1'll. .la1'ki1' Needy Children Receive Christmas Stockings Students representing each homeroom and other slu- dents interested i11 community service can be 111611113018 ol' the .lunior Red Cross. This year, the cluh filled Cliristnias stockings for underprivileged children and decorated several hospitals for the holidays. The annual Red Cross lVle111hers11ip Drive occupied members in the spring. PRESIDENT: Tonja Dumas VICE-PRESIDENT: Irene Beasley SECRETARY: Kim Bolles TREASURER: Steve Zachariah SPONSOR: Miss Genevieve Filson .z ii I 9 f..,k 135 igs1111'11111l1'1'p1'1x111-111-11 111111111-11. 1XllNlI'1', Sally 1N1'1s1111, Q.lll11X 1'1-1111111ff11111. 'l'1'i1-ia T l,llXX4'll. .lllllll SVITILLKLIF. 131111 S111i111. 11111111 Smith. Cy 11111ia Smith. Karen y2l11'l'll. 1,11u1'1111s L:11'111'y. 1111111 3461. 1 1 if., ' -..e - 1 f 6, 1 ' I 12551. .. 'ii' Q Q .1 ga JUNIOR RED CROSS 173 Q NDCC Trains for the Future 2nd Lt 2nd Lt 2nd Lt 2nd Lt 2nd Lt 2nd Lt. 2nd Lt 2nd Lt. Forest McNeir Bn. C.O Patrick Roark Bn. Ex.O. Jack Oden S Vt Brian Leach S 74 Robert Fleming Co. C.O. Rod Madrigal Plt. Ldn. Jody Bumstead Plt. Ldn. Mark Magaziner DXB C.O. SPONSOR: Major Jesse D. Bates 1 74 NDCC Color Guard members Ricardo Escamilla Peterson stand erect for inspection. Seventeen schools in the Houston Independent School District participate in the Reserve Officers Training Corps program. Some of the Cadet activities are drill team competition, rifle team competition, city inspec- tions, annual federal inspection, parades downtown, ush- ering at sporting events, bivouacs, a military ball and pic- nic, and the annual brigade review and awards ceremony held at the end of the school year. Franklin Clarke, Mike Stephens, and Jon ,f" This yt'Lll'lS NDCC sponsors arm- llc-ft to righll Sandra Swift, Marianne Nvvill, Anne Rhein, Brenda Nivr. Len Stewart, llinlla Arnold. .loan Collvruin. lsvated on sic-psj lrvnv Dohoney, and Mary Fuin. f r -'.,L,..4-' ' 'W ' " 3 in . , um. 'X 1,h-'1-'AW : jpe g , . n,n M - rff,'Y J ' 'J .A The' Battalion staff is composed ol' QFRONT ROW1 Furl-st lVlc'Neir, Joan Collerain, QSECOND ROVVJ Jack Odcn, Brenda Nice, Palrivk Roark. Mary Fain, Brian Leach, and Cindu Arnold. 'XM-W, " M' WW' ' I . 75 'I'lw rifle tcanrs vrul-k shuts pray- lii-0 bclbrr their im-vt. Discipline Builds Character l f if--Nw hwff- - W- i ,wi---f, ,..,, .,,.-WH... .,,,.,. , U., ..,. . Y . ,. . . , V r . i. .fguk l ll i 'P fs! UL 'f iiii The Drum and Bugle Corps consists ol' UVRONT ROWJ Anne Rhein, Mark Magazincr. CSECOND ROWJ Mike Hagarty, Robert Rexer,- Brian Ehni, Carl Davis, QTHIRD ROWQ Arthur Morgan, Bill Kuss, james Cook, and Robert Eversole. l I 76 NDCC f.L.',2 k .fi , f-.- A - - -- - --aunt: f A: ' ., wifi? , "HQ .6 A ' '5 E l Q? Q5 S!'1'HIlll l'lulmm lllblllliillly Ill4'II1lJt'I'S arv QFRONT ROWI Rml Nlaqlrigul. QSECONIJ li0Wj llflurlx llll5l11'll.,lt'l'I'Y UOIlllJ5. Lvv Nlvilzllliflw. .lulm lll'l'4'Il. l.unve-lol Fckr-lc. l'l'Hll31D ROWJ Smit Brinvmun. l'lI'WlI1 'l'I1mnpsml. .Iznnws llllIIl'illl.LlI11l Earl Flagler. 51 ll'El Plalrmn ,-X Lunlpany ns 1-muposvrl nl ll' KONI RUWJ .lam XXultvrs, Riillflf' 5lIlllll.RlllJ1'l'l Fmslvr. Frunlx M-114-gas. lmvnmn liulllngvr.,loln1 rmis. QSECIUXD HOXU Karl Aurvs. llalvirl Uslmrnv, Slvw- Collie-r. Dun Vl'omlrul'l'. and Flynn ll.BI'l4'Il. l'la1luun ll'illll'I' is ,lmly lluulslz-aul. 77 if , , it f NN wwf' FRONT ROW: Ginger Vincent. SllilflttilltC0llI'lI1t'y.lllt'lJl1ll'hvI'lgIlll.liLlFf tjrzis- ROW: Cary Fagg. Bob Haus. John Steele, Brandon Smith. O4 ir Hnnilton shoftn. Susan Ogletree, Sylvia Saucedo. Mililrt-tl Pippin. Nlzilissu Robinson, San- Dani:-l Martinez. Arlo Lemke. Robert Patterson. Bill Powi-ll liyul 'Xlon drzi Crisuell. Lydia Le Fi-yer, lane Baird. De-hhie Knapp. Mindy lloorninn. Slwr- fly nthia Hiiete. Arthur Morgan. Mike Yandell. Sheldon liiy ni-r Roh l' nib ink ri llairps-r. Pain King. lohn Sharp. SECOND ROW: Georges Nlaissott. Alive- Hal- Russell Dawson. Ruth Walker, Chris Pivkaiwl. l"Ol'R'I'H NOVA ti n Pl 1 in nun. Karen tftnninings. Toni Cook. Clint Oilliland. Syhi Holm-i'Is. Katy llollo- .lov lllililmllvltll Tl10l1tPS0Il. Hvbtfl CI'HWff'-ll.'ll BlU'l'il'l'. Dt-yin Sinn 1 ny lm way. Mnrk l.onff. Dax id Cleveland, Libbi Hit-ks. Marcus Willitnns. :Xli-us tli'm'i'. .lilllll liLll'IH'l1 Allilll H0114- llvtly ltll'll4'l'. lim lirowning. Robert Ki-y. Gavin Hogan. .Xndy l,i-nis. Tlllllll 555329 A o W Drum inn-jor ,lohn Sllilfll It-tl tht- Lzunzir Hedskin Ha 1 78 BAND Under the direction ol' Mr. Al Isaaeson, the Lamar Redskin Band has completed another successful year of Competition and P6l'llOl'IIlZlIN'l'. The Band serves the school in many ways. It plays at all pep rallies and pres- ents half-time entertainment at all football games. The organization participates in lfniversity lnterscho- lastic League events such as the marching contest in the fall and the Concert and sightreading contest in the spring. Originally. the Lamar Band was the ROTC Marching Band under the direction of Mr. Leo S. Ked- ing. ln recent years it has become an outstanding per- lorniing band in the Houston area. The twirlcrs for thee Lamar Band are flvfil to riglitj Sildflllilll Cuurlnuy, 'I'L-llbie: Wright, Gingvr Vinu-nt, Pam King, Mindy Boormain, und Shvrri Hairpcr. 1 Flu' Rcriskin Banri and Ma- yorultcs pvrform during one mi' the Cxcvllvnt half-time shows. Musicians Perform With Precision 79 Rcdskin Band mcmhcrs show their school spirit and luyally at the Waltrip gamc. Showmanship Wins Praise 'lIliIl'I'S ol' Ilia- cirill sililail lim' the- Lziniui' Rvciskin Raimi airs' H'iRUN'l' HOWVQ lun. Pam Morris. Nivrrili Nluuw. Niiirviii xillH1'l1S. ,lam fs mln-lli Smilh. fiynlliiu Lunms. Lisa Hi-nsvn. Pal Wumlx. 4Ia1ruIx'n floill-v. svn. Kim' lXlilvI14'll. and 'IU-ssiv B1-mi. i I :mln I,llt'X.i,ilYlLl5l'ilLlii1'I'i. QBECONU HUXXJ Nlairwlizi I,llI'ixl'l'.1iLllIl1'N llzimp- 180 BAND Thx- Lkllllill' Band pausn-s un lhv Gulcl during the half'-linw pvrfo1'1m1r1c'c' at the- Lu- ganw. x llumpluu. Pal XXuodx. and l.qu'ulxn lmh-x lrx lu hull mul who 1 llllylllt wil km, Tr,-bbic Wright and Ginger YiI1C'E'IlI arm- vaughl playing with fire dur- ing the Lee ganna half-time show. ,181 WV if ,,., . Choralettes Create Beaut Musieall ,, lgvz 3 is Vg .- W 1 5 ..,- im. ' b 4 C i , " sm, "N - ', k- , - if , 5 Af X ' ,. ,,,, .. ' .. i M ,aua,,.11wf1zv .if r, 'we-,,g WW t . wg. Q i"f'W' zsWfM1..f,:-ifyw, i-ew:-:rims A - , "h l f f t C C t mf,. ii 4"kk' .W :KA i 5 A ,x,,... riff, an ,:r',g1,,, if 'iiiiQiszli'i ia ' 3. :kv ' K. .tg-My . ,QWW it-5 J - A 2' it i 3-. 3 A Qf , in Q 'Y ft -rf i t X Alexander, Susie Allen, Kathryn Allison. Diane Armstrong, Marx Arnold, Cinda Baber, Carter Bar n es , Dan a Beissner, Sally Brown. Sally Burrows, Cindy Collins, Carroll Cooley, Marianna Cubberly, Candy Elledge, Martha Mass evaeuatio Santa got into ns to Choralette shows were llI'L'tfUPlll happenings during the Christmas h the act. 'llwo inain purposes ol' the Choraletles are entertain- inenl and se1'x'ic'e. 'lihe girls have entertained and per- lornied lor many people at various plants in l'louston and otlierwitiesin the lfnited SlillPS.Tl1lSYUEII'llN'Cl10l'i1ll'7llf'S opened the worldls premiere of Walt Disriefs "Tho Hap- piest Millionaire." They made two fabulous trips to the National Orange Show in California and to the Hemisfair in San Antonio, Texas. Choralettes' Jones Hall Concert was also a great success along with their various perform- ances at the Houston Auto Show, Kiwanis Club, and the Hotarv Club. This year Sadie went to Hollywood in the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. Clever eorsages and favors were sold prior to the dance. The Choralettes served Lamar by eontributing to the United Fund and participating in the "Clean-llpi' Week. olidays when even f . 182 CH ORALE TTES Fain, Mary Cates, Fabienne Coldston, Anno Greenwood, Mimi Halbert, Julie Hitehiroek, Claudia Horton, Elizabeth Howe, Nancy Hudson, Suzan Irwin, Linda Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Shirley Latson, Sherry MeQuhae, Linda Melville, Darlene Moseley, Stephanie ,I WW VAAzihA Thx' iillUI'i1iPllC5- lN'l'l.UI'I1lbll1Cl,' wus llllllllllllilil by all an lluf :Xutn Slum in Ihr: Aslru Hall. PRESIDENT: Katherine Slwlly VICE-PRESIDENT: Sharon Johnson SECRETARY: Julie Halbert Francie Soybold Susie Alexander TREASURER: Nanvy Eversolc- DIRECTOR: Lee S. Keding 1 xl l ,, wg v-... .....L.. Sadie goes to Hollywood but not without decoraiions. Choralettv rnvnihers arf' busy preparing the gym for their annual Sauliv Hawkins Dum-P. ,... ,,. , Nevill, Marianne Newton, Margie Ninn Y BI'l'I1Li2J Pliu. Rilsy I'ullc'r. Cs nlhia l'v-in-QI. .-Xllx sun Rvin hurl, Emily Rhm-in. :Xn nf- S1,'l1HXl'I'lil1g. Lyn n S4-ylmld, Era1n1'i4- Sl1ilSlm11'. Klargaxrvl Simons. Lui ns' Shirlvy, Debbi.- Skelle,-5, Kathi-rim Sluvmws. Ann Taylor, Kar:-n Thmnas. Partly VHIUIIIIJSUII . Linrla Vnlizln. Nlzirlha XYilQJ,lll'l'. Susan jgw iil E, -,,. , ' KW A I , 4 - sw . 'K IL - .'1 ku 2 A lrr - ' ' '- X 57 rnl 2. f , 1 s AK .f g ,. ' W A,pzE.i, uh... R ' E R rr A N in . H, .,.. . , Wg Q 5,245 2 k I K . km , . if -- if f I "" A R V " if :Q 's ' A fr, r m , Q -1r,1 x' ' 5 'Y , A il U "' :fii:w:1,f'if'?? VJ.. ' J I VZ ,.,,, ...fu S , ,, , ' 1 5250. iw i -I Mais l is -f-' f . ,M W :ez , 1. U .Q ,. .iw 5,5 ,V...,. '1..1,t '41 riii R E E, ..A-' X 4 Q I - 'ju fl E2fffi"'P rg 'A Q .N ,, 1. V ' ' Riff A . li K ' as A --, we .,, . h . . K if 1: i, - , X 1 I W S ,1 - "!- V 183 CI Left M Heart in San Francisco, Another opening, another show. Colton Hall, seal of the signing of the California Constitution, provided the backdrop for a concert. Clang, clang, clung goes the trolley. Chorus members caroled up and down the San Francisco hills on the traditional cable cars. l'lf1l'la11rIolenmzllllrzlll llllljfiill-1'.Y. lllvlissai Broun mul Prim 'llzilv slum l1fYlC l'fxi:l1i1l1g4- Sluilvnt lngunn llzilliiml lln-liivillvl'rmr1:1lop'l'nir1 l'1'.iks. 184 MIXED CHORUS Over the ground lies ll mantle ofwhile. Snow fights were common in thu winter wonderland of Yosemite National Park. Uv. nl: msg ll'lItllf1 Il'lIlIIf!'lfllllltl,Y. Nliiyrlfluxlr-gilirl rm-111111-1-soi'tI1v vilx 1'UlIlll'll ziml1'l1:imlu'rol'1'mnnw1'm'4'xwli-mm-il llll'gl'1llIlJ in Ninn- lvrvx w l.llx llaill. Affiliates of the DiOvlv Carte Opera Trust and Gilbert .ind Sullivan Society in London, the Chorus opens each vear with a presentation of one ol' 't he Savoy operas. The Lt967 production was "The Mikado," most popular of all the works of' this well-known team. Tour plans are traditionally announced at the Gilbert ind Sullivan cast party. "California, here we VOIIICM pro- fitted the thomo, for programs had boon scheduled in San Francisco, Monterey, and Carmel during the Christmas iolidays. Loeal Converts have included appearances at Rive Uni- versity, the University ol' Houston, tht- Astrodoine, and lones Hall, where the Chorus sang with the Houston Symphony: the Rive and Shamrock Hotels before dele- gates to national Conventions, perfornianoes ot' Gian farlo-Menottils i.AIH3l1l21Iltl the Night Visitorsll and nu- nerous programs for civic and educational groups. Tali Shiloha hellringers tfiarol Buechel, Karen Money, flizahvth Pawlcv. Anna Sehoottle, Pam Tate, ,lulia Tav- or, and ,ludy Thrashl and Madrigal Singers fBvron Barnes. Rit-kv Carlson. Carol Cloninions, ,lohn Mortimer, Anna Svhot-ttlc, Brandon Smith, Suzy Thompson, and Pam Whitts-nl added to chorus outrt-at'h with nianx sea- sonnal programs, ringing and singing daily during the pro-Christmas season. Ol' major SlgIllllCHIlCt' in spring plans was a Choral Fes- tival April 18, 19, and 20 involving Southwest area ele- mentary and junior high sm-hools: "Tlu- linicorn Corgan and Mantieoregii and spevial Concerts hy the chorus. PRESIDENT: Pant Whitten VICE-PRESIDENT: Richard Carlson SECRETARY: Carol Clernmons TREASURER: Anna Sehoettlc SPONSOR: Mrs. Norma Lowder .., ..t.............t..,i.........s.v...,,t...,.....,...- ...,.-....,,...,.....- -Y- Yvzr arlx .vflrlll bloom of foflrrfr ntuufzl umf I71f?Q'l1Il'E'V n11t.v1'z' thrill ilu' xkivs, and virnri' llfi? Il sring lqlmlj be. 185 6C1imb Every Mountain, ,May all good health and Ill!g00dfUfllHll'PFOSIJPV-Y0ll. Loads in fJt,'lUlN'T7S presvntation ol' "'l'l1e Mikruloi' n'6I'P QSHZUND Rowl BVilV1fl0U Smilll- KWK02 GCUW4' Hamilton. Pooh-Bahg Rivky Carlson, Nzinki-Poog Jolin Mortimer. Pisli-Tushg Pain Whitten. Katislnig QFRONT RUWJ Paul Taylor, Nlikarlog Fruiivif- ll'lPIlIlPI'lL1llll, Pitti-Sing: Linda McClolland, Ylllll-YUIIIQ Pam Tatu, Poop-Bo. V Allliritton, Rosann A L Ainns. Marilyn , Herrin-S, Byron gp Bairni-s. Teresa 1:12 llairri-tt. Ceorgf- Ann l, Brislmuy, Mary li ri it -la way . lo I le -0 n .5 Brown. N14-lissu ,M ,,.r,, .N ? llrulil. Ihrliliii- Bruns. Runnin Buortliel, Carol dx. J Carclerias, fllauilotte Curclefnas, Cvorgctte Clark. Caytlii-r Clemmons. Carol Cliflt, lov Cooley, Katy s Darnell. Sylvia K Ll Q, Dover. ,lo livn Flodini-, ,launes ' 'A Fostifr, Frvil .' Haziksniu. Beth Hallanil. Ingurin Hamilton, Anne Hansvr. Chris Hmm-liefii. Nanvx' Hcrzog, Kathv i im.-r, Bobbi Hivks. Libbizw Hinds. Pago llirsvli. Hrufv Hunt, Roberta 186 MIXED CHORUS Hutchins. l3llixul'if-Ili Khawaja. Suhs-il Kilman. Virginia Kristal, Lorrainv Kuykendall, Bmfky Larnore, Diana l.arson. Chris Ligon, Aline McBride, Jtirly Mvclelland, Linda Mfrmlvnllall, Francie Nlvtz. Stvu' Nlilh-r, Patti Misvorr, Nanfy Mom-y, Karan Moorv, Mvrrily Murtirnew. John Miwklc-mv, Dee Dee Pavk. Slit-'lilo' Paxil:-y. Patrivia hillips. Hcva ickarml, Chris Rhyme, Churhrs Sanford, Hosvunn Schoettlsl. Annu Seabornv. Miiiw' Simpson. Floyil Smith. Brandon Snow, Sally Spiller, Jan ffate. Pain Thomas, Allcn Thompson. Susy Wiuldvll. Huvh Whiltvn. Pam Wiilvux. Susan -," ff Winslow, Tina in Wright, 'robbie K Young, Molly Tlx-Qfi H' i 1 ' f- 'i 3 Q1'iLlf ' 'W " ' 5 L, K ' Q I 1: . X , -3 i l 15' i ff I A I "" il -,'-NW -Rf-lxmt I FSA . fi: iq f- 'S . F, .f 1 A L. , ..... ,H ..,. 6 ,.,,.., .fi f' ii iy ' K f -fli :gfe f-' iw ' i . M .V- ap .- ig ri it .3 'St M . if 1 en... wif! - v"" 'Z T - 'iii ' 4 Y iv U J Harlf. how the bells, sweft silver bells, all seem to say A'Tlzr0zv Cares away. l' Bcllringers perform at the new University of Houston Student Center. 187 Mook Melodrama - Mi tletoe its O Steal the Show Arrnbtrong, Mary Bailtfy, vv-f 'IVA QIK yt.. 4- Bt-Ilmfmi, Carolyn Hollt-S. Kim Burrows, Cintly Burrows. Elainn' Carsm. 'l't-rm-sa Cartvr. Atlricnnt- N11-lmlraixmi lwulf liurry McNeill. lfiirrnll tltirtwriglit. Barry liaimlif. tI.ill1x Rozlvn. Nlurtliu Ylil'ilItlItlt'll. illlll llittx 'llionlas takv at t'llI'lillI1 will allvr llit-ir IN'I'li4II'lIlilIltlt', Sviwice to Lamar by stressing gmail vitizvnsliip, pro- moting friciiflliricss twitli spew'-ial 4-rnplmsis on 1'10w stu- mlf-ntsl, and iinproving school spirit in any way possililti tirv several main purposes ol' Nlimlit-1111. The largest pru- jwt is WPltf0lNlllg low soplioimm-s into Lamar at tlit- sopliotmm- orivntatimi. Ollllll' IPITI-l4'l'lS imtlude tht- Vlim- lieau Vlelmlrtuna. tlic Cookiv salt-s. lmzislwts to nee-ily liimi- lies at 'l'l1zirilxsgix'i1ig. salsa ol' mistlvtcw at Christmas. uiitl Easter lmskt-ts for tlie vliilmlrvn at Dow Eli-:nm-ntary Svliool. Bt-simlus those many pi'm1j1-cts. Miralwau also mn- triliutvs to thc limited Fund and svts a5ifle a svliolairsliip l'tlI'L1tl0S4'l'YlIlgl l,zlII13I'tZ0-Ptl who will be gratluiiting in tlit- spriiig. Nlirailivauis tiurtlivr uvlivitics iriclumlv ti Iiill and Slllllllg llllllllllfll. Cartwright, liilTI'0ll 'x Cody, Louisi- Collcrairi. ,loan Vu Darnvll. Ss lvia wt? . Durckcl. llriclgvttc Engvinuvn. Nuvl Evans, Clare Fislu-r. Ht-th -35: Crzigg. ,lulie l'liIt'lltN'li. llorlgf-5. Augie,- luurmlax. ,lan .ii -A 188 MIRABEA U Q, ll Ist A . lien, f" T PM Mooks Julie Gragg, Kim Rolles. books during initiations. y 'af ,J ,FA , If ' awe 'lid 2 and Jarkie lNlc'Dowell are getting used to carrying huge loads of All Mirabeau Melodrama waitresses have mixed emotions about their job. Price, Sallx' Priest, Allifson R+-ml, Diane Reynolds. Re-ss Rodvn. flathx T Sliilstonf-, Margaret Teague. Margo Thomas. Patty Thompson. Linda Trammell. Martha Traylor, Kitty Wagner, Susan PRESIDENT: Margaret Shilstone VICE-PRESIDENT: Allvson Priest CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Melissa Marshall RECORDING SECRETARY: Barb TREASURER: Bess Reynolds SPONSOR: Mrs. Mary Smith ara Powell Lane. Palsy Lot-ke. Mart MuDowell .lackie Marshall, Melissa , Martin, Nancy Morse, Allison ll5llUl'lIt'. Alttlic' l'tmt'll. llnrlittrz qv-.. 189 Amos, Marilyn Archer, Patty Buncum, Jill Birniingliani. Toni Box. Candy Brady, Barham Briggs. l'zilti ll.l!'tll'l1ilP. lllilll4ll'llt' Lairfleiiris. ff:-orgvtlv Craig. Mary Helen Dill. Eleanor Dohonej. lrenn- Students Suecumb to Flower Power 190 NIWA UNA Draper, Cindy Efferson, Cluistie Ely, Linda Ganvhun. Meg C an Chan , Susan Cates, Fabi en n e Gorman, Barbie Greene, Meg H ervey, Robbie Janes, Cathy Kaldis, Alexandra Kegg, Colleen King, Jennifer Kinsman, Kay Lander, Laurie Niwauna inenibers Fahienne Gates and Alicia Wagner entertain first grad- ers at Dow Elvineiitary Scliool during Ihr-ir Cliristmas party. Niwaunals purpose is to gin' Vllilflly wlic-re 1-harity is needed, to serve Lamar and its SlLllli'IllS.i1Illl to lfooperate fully with any projects in the interest ol' Lainur. ln the tall, Niwauna sold hero mums lor the Lvl' gains? and teacher mums for Homecoming, At 'l'l1anksgix'ing. the cluh helped a needy fantily by contributing food and vlolhing. The highlight of the lull was at "Gone With the Windl' theater party for all nienlhers. The Niwauna sing- ing Valentines. looked forward to hy Lamar students, were llruturcd Fc'hrtiai'y 14. In the spring. Niwauna spon- sored liitisf-lmll gzunes and organized an Easter party lor c'harity. The annual hancluet in May cliniaxed the yearls activities. Long. S110 Loving, flllwyl Malli-tl, Sy rlnvy Nlzillwws. Kim Mc'Cl1'llz1I1ll. Linda lVl1'Gv0. Alice rneinbers Kathy Simms. Alivv MCGPP. and Mary Helen Craig the trzulitiniial Niwuunal Tl11111ksgivir1g basket for an uliclerprivileged Y X, if f mn Rlwin, Chrryl Luving, Alvx Knldis. Susan Gunn'-han, Melissa Miller, and Christie' Effcrson Pll hero minus in thu- t'2lll'lt'l'lil. P11111-ll. ,lllllil Rwlcling, Bvlsx' Rln-in. Annv Ring. Rliyzlnnin Sl1PLll't'l'. Marv Simnmnils. Paula Simms. Kathy Sorsbs. Gwen Tlnusli. Judy Vucek. Nlary Yllll'Pl1l. Ginger ' Wagiwr. Alicia +L. f Nlillvr. 1 lllvlissa Nlims. 51151111 Nlwllllil m, Susan Nico, Bren rla PRESIDENT: Alice lV11:Gou VICE-PRESIDENT: Kathy Simms RECORDING SECRETARY: Barb ara Bradv CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Mary Helen Craig TREASURER: Julia Powell SPONSQR: Mrs. Miriam Young spy-.v --.A Y? V 'P' 191 Dancv. Karen Davis. Harp Kay PRESIDENT: Phyllis Koenig VICE-PRESIDENT: lVlary Kay Davis RECORDING SECRETARY: Priscilla Schuster CORRESPONDINC SECRETARY: Cherye Burns TREASURER: Mary Ann Carroll SPONSOR: Mrs. ,lo Underwood Hendrick, Susan 1 92 PA LA M AR Abbott, Ellen Bcntsen. Tina Beyer, Betty Burns, Clieryc Carroll, Mary Ann Corrigan, Dianne gy-vw fff""'f X Bobby Clark and Bruce Landry would rather buy their slogan slips from Phyllis Koenig than Pala- mar members lVlary Kay Davis, Pain McMurray. and Lourdes Valero. Palamar endeavors to foster school spirit, work for honor and loyalty to school and club, and to develop in each member initiative, a sense of responsibility, and a spirit of co-operation. By doing this, Palamar strives to live up to its motto, "Perfection, Loyalty, and Meritfl Palamar girls sold slogan slips for the football games and sponsored the King of the Court contest for basket- ball in the winter. Baskets were distributed to the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas. An Easter party was given for retarded children and a new trophy case was presented to the school. Donations to the library, United Fund, TB. Drive, and Cheerleaders' Fund were also some of their worthy projects. Palamar's many social ac- tivities included the annual formal dinner-dance in the winter, the banquet, and a Mother-Daughter Tea in the spring. Herzog. Kathy Huegel. Nancy llse, Mary Ann lrwin, Linda Karp. Vickie Kirby. Linda Punks Peddle Slogan Slip Palamar Punk Tina Bvntsvn mlcnlonstrates her 8llff'l'llf7Il for Noel Engrimovn during iniliations. ffl' Pdlillllill' nwnllxfrs wrap Chl'lSllllLlS presents for the Tr-vn Liberators of Houston. Kocnig, Phyllis Kristal, Lnrraine Lcmburg, Janet lVlcAshan , Karen McMurray, Pam Miller, Paui Ncvl, Pam RPOde-r, Ma rcvlla Sanders, Lesley Slanina. Suzanne Vzrlvro, Lourdes Wlmtlf-3 . janv Wllittvn. Pam Wlooldrillgv, Nanrw' W 2 Y X I if ' if Q , 5 Lg nllr 1 ,M M, .W if f' ff M . . . ,..,.:,,Mnf:.',i lg , . 1.1, ,,.V Mqyg, A r 'Q 5 lr ll lf ,.1Q gl rw fwwu llrl , .,,, zu .,,.l,,Z,.m , , 1 3' X , E .Me f l , 6- 51 Q. .,, , ' ng? Q 1 ,.A,, 3 A 'K ' 2: . I ' la Q 5 W3 A 'vs Mg? ,ie li- 4 if , 4 5 , W l ' 5 'ill ' - f. L 5, '33 i n ti . f f 1? , ,l I 93 Impressive Installation Characterizes Tawasi w 194 TA WA SI A Alvis, Becky Bourlaml, Prissv Rrvvii. LPN OTC , E73 .S 'liawasi lsawals lake' a breather during initiations to poser wilh llivir "big sisIPrs." Bray, .luily l.:1i'x'e'i'. Dawn Clark lan Clvgg Elizabeth Clyatt. Sally Collins. Carroll Coolvy, MHrl3Illl'l Cowan, Foilluim- PRESIDENT: Martha blacksoii VICE-PRESIDENT: Cyntliii Smith RECORDING SECRETARY P Norclliiig CORRESPONDING SECRUIARX Peggy Keeland TREASURER: Barbara Sellw SPONSOR: Mrs. Sylvia Jordan Flanagain. lllzirgaind Fl'1xlll'lKil'k, Sliai-un GPQX. Pallli Cvorgarinlis. A rgu Hay . lrinclai lzivlisuii. .Ioan .l2ll'liSlHl, Marlli ,lurilan . liz-rry lQ'1'lLllNl. V-assi Knut l. Mari l ,aOr'oL1a' Mary L s--3561? W N 3 Lamb, Robbin fi Aigii Leguillon, Cathy T , Lemrnons, Sylvia fn C", Levens, Linda V Linam, Suzanne lVlaslt-rson, Judy sawats Jody Masterson. Prissx Bourland and Fontaine Cowan don't need , beach to go surling. Mai. llelnris - 0 Mos4'lt'y, Stephanie Nordling. Pat Posey, an v Carol '01 Rainey, i Tonya v ' Sanford, X Rose Ann i Sehullcr, , N A Q.. Martha 1 i ' an AD' - Seiko, , V I Barbara 9 X Smith, Cynthia -' A X fi M' Smith, Sally Travis, Patti Wllawasiw means friendship. Tawasi members try to live up to this symbol by using friendship to promote school projects which better their club and school. Taw- asi provided the Orientation maps for the incoming so- phomores. To promote school spirit and support the foot- ball team this year, the club furnished the giant banner on the stage for each pep rally. Tawasi Easter-grams raised money in the spring for the club's charity project. Members attended a coke party during the Christmas hol- idays. The Tawasi Cup was awarded to the most outstand- ing junior boy at the end of the year. group of new Tawasi members has just been formally installed in a beautiful 'iwasi installation. 1 95 s .-v..faf-.gfsfw x--w f str-Q , n n s P gy, tv i if ipii 5 l ppst t N ,t 4: 5 I ' 'lh ,,h r A 2' L D V Alexander, Susie W Qt cs D gg, 'ity kiyh 5 gg- - Allen, Kathryn A '-I f i Balwr, Carter Q f' D jf 5 2 """,,:l Baird, Nanny in f ' 1.,, ..:, . I of ,V i Bvissner, Sally Sue t ' 1 s s t , 'tt - L' Margo t I N ' at t at if ' ' 7 ? ,,,,, it . if K qbvn 5 I , Brovkway, llollwii .Q l 3 VC Q -N ii 'IWL E7 2.3 , x g', 0 "' ' , Brown. Sally V 7 x .pq 1- V , 3, gf K- , liarnpl1e'll,,lan ' dt' Y i fl i t ii ,Si 5' f f k W? il' V' - Carlson, Katy i A 9,1 f' It K ' C QAZ: . Q I Cooley, Mary ' 5 , AEK is rm ' kk Q .7 Ctilllumly, Candy , , - sg jf , w t afrr il r,la t - ' iehaka Serves as Lee Game Sponsors Wichaka, meaning 'ito be true," is the name of La- maris oldest social serviee Club. Wichaka made donations to many Charitable funds and gave -parties for underprivi- leged Children at Christmas and Faster. Social activities included formal installation vcrvinonios, a back-to-school brunvh, and a spring banquet. Witrhaka sponsored the ft lm' liootliall ganw and sold the vvrw' popular "late Shall Divii pop pills. lNlvn1lJc'rs sold vookivs, candy, and hot vliovolatv during the wintvr months to raise monov. ln the spring Vlhliaka ht-ld a Field Day and a Jelly Bean Dax' to elvvt a kinff and to ueen. Wivhaka also awarded the ,, - rs I David Fenwick White lllemorial Cup to the most repre- Z w ff Mft? U hz? fm 4 sentative hov in the senior Class. Wimps Sallv Beissner and Kathryn Allen "ham it up" in the parking lot during initialions. .,. ,t ..., . , .1 s. R, t , ,ts tt., ? . L ii, in 4?-, ,mfil .. DE if r v 1, . b L 2 - , fi" Ji. fl f ' vs if ,i.--t I 196 WICHAKA Curtis. ,lavkiv Davis, ltaura ,Io Fdvns, llvth Ellt-rlgv, Martha l'inihrv, llarolxn Fain, ,lm-nny Fain, Marx s ,M fi i r " 5 Pre-4-niztn, Lvn Gaul. Marivtta 2 L Uoldston, Anite ' Greenwood, Mimi Hawkins, Juli:- a IQ' g 5 wig This yi-ar's Wimps halve been formally initiatvd into Wichaka. 1 nn WlFl1ilkll mi llurlson, Suzan Kahn, Katie Kvrn. R1-tts Krause-. Kiki Lanvzisli-r. Elizabvlh Lewis. Laiurvn Martino. Mary ,lo Norman, Wynvlle Potter, flfllllllll S1-howrling. l.i nn Svybold. FI'ilIlI'lf' Svybolcl. Mary Slwllvy. Kalllvrim Tvnison, Annv Thoinpson, Susy Wulson. .lan Wright, Susan Zilt'llI'f. Cathy xmbers blow up lots of balloons in prflparalion for the lm- pep rally. QU Hurlun. Elizabeth L ' N V in Q if gr , V. I .,r"' Howfx Aliw ax " PRESIDENT: Mary Cooley VICE-PRESIDENT: Sully Brown RECORDING SECRETARY: Elizabeth Horton CORRESPONDING SECRETA RY: Mar- tha Elledgc TREASURER: lackiv Curtis SPONSOR: Miss Pam Fvnscll 197 43" Biggs, Mike Bolling, Bobby Calkins, Phil li f f ATI PRESIDENT: Mike Biggs VICE-PRESIDENT: Bobby Clark TREASURER: Jim Dougherty SECRETARY: Jimmy Wooley An dersen, Daryl Belleggie, john 9K1N Pow Wow members Bobby Clark, Jim Dougherty. Mark Kalil, and Bobby Singleton show Santa Walter Bissox, how to make' these underprivileged Chilrlrc-n happy. The Pow Wow parking lot brigade is busy inspecting cars. Wy! 198 POW WOW wh., Compton. Bruvc Dornak, ,Ion Dougherty, ,lim Duff, Branl Fox. William johnson. Skip klonvs. Tod Kalil. Mark Kc-rliow. David Kuliik. Slove Lay. .Iohn Mvycr. Steve Meyer, Tonv Nash, Ken Y Riggs, David Shannon, Albert Sinflz-ton Bobbv 51 - . Skandalis, Kosta lla Smith. Str-plwri Jo Brought to Underprivileged 'nk 1 rf' t" 1 , nnpwqn-, f A mm Sally Brown takes a big step lover Mike Biggs, Jim Dougherty, Bobby Clark, and Jimmy Wooleyj as this years Pow Wow sweetheart. -.K-ibm: Waters. King Win-vl.-r. Miki- in .. Q - YK oolvy. .lilnmx fl 7, A f Larnar's Man's Club, Pow Wow, remained active throughout the year. During football season, Pow Wow lifted team spirit with their "fabled fearless forecastfl They also sponsored the Sam Houston football game and decorated the auditorium for the pep rally. At Thanksgiv- ing, Pow Wow gave a basket ol' food to a needy family, and al Christmas, they gave a party for fourth-grade stu- dents at Dow Elementary. Pow Wow donated money to the United Fund. the library, and the athletir' fund. Al the yearls end, the club presented the K Lamar Camp Award to an outstanding senior boy for excellence in character, scholarship, and athletics. 199 tr QTY! fx Adams, Don Bisscx, Walter -ww. ,, N 'J tr, Q 41 200 RAMAL Bowen, jim Brown, Russell Burton, Doug Cooksey, 'lluylor Craig, Hurry Crump, ,lim Ekstrom, XXKVZIVH4' Feldt, Javk n Fite, Ralph Foster, F rod 'S pon ,fi -it X 9,125 WY '?f":?- -fix Yrrgp 1-,Q , fl, Holmes, f. Iommy Jochen, Don Kulclis, Costa lVlJ:lCNZlllgl1l0H., Bill Maresca, Tony Meglasson, Martin vin Ramal members Wo ody Tausend and Jim Bowen show their artistic talents with Homecom- ing decorations in the girls' gvm. Millioun. Cars' Montgomery ,I Steve Morton, Hubert Murphy, Gene PRESlDENT: Tommy Holmes VlCE-PRESlDENT: Mike Robbins SECRETARY: Walter Bissex TREASURER: Costa Kaldis SPONSOR: Mr. John Sanders Patton, Grier Prigge, Alun Robbins, Mike Robertson, Leo Shearer, David Smith, Tommy amal Triumphs with Homecoming Hamal, one of the oldest boys, soeial elubs at Lamar, was founded in 1943 and since then has devoted itself to maintaining the high standards for whieh Lamar is well known. Each spring Ramal sponsors a travk meet open to all boys on campus. This year Ramal sponsored Home- eoming by decorating the gym, conducting Homecoming eeremonies at the gaine, and having an annual dance after the game. They were also given the honor of spon- soring the May Fete Dance. 1 Ramal, a Charitable service organization, donated to Lhe United Fund and gave food to a needy family at Ilwhanksgiving. Each year Ramal presents the Ramal Cup io an outstanding junior girl. Mullet Taylor Cooksey is sure that love is a many uspliriti-rr-rin thing Speck. Don Suinan. Donny amal Sweetheart Carter Baller is simply swept oil' her feet by Ramal officers Walter Bissex, Costa Kaldis, Tommy ohnes, and Mike Robbins. Tausenvl, Woody ,ff ra f" ,. ei 7 ..,, .ia Q 2' . .,. ,,,-, , Taylor. Stanley 'llurnt-r. Jeff i Yaiiglian, Mike Withers. Wink Wt. I Vlioril, Steve 20 The future leaders of a company, an industry, a nation - these are the students of today. Just as any group has its outstanding members, Lamar has its own young men and women who have been recog- nized for unusual talent, intelligence, ability, or beauty. Though most may never achieve greatness by the world7s standards, perhaps for a few their honors at Lamar are but a harbinger of things to come. These few are the students who lead the youth of today as they will lead the world of tomorrow. 202 LIMELIGH T LI ELIGHT For it is not titles that reflect honor on men, but men on their titles. Maclziavelli :fi Sir 1'fWi'v4'Hhu.. , RICHARD BURTON February, ?'12hQfV1fl9!68 , - Creek t ,": Texas 77027' Dear fliiss Priest: ,V V gt 'LVL asked us to .beautlies2f1'fif5iffg'i3rend a 1968 , so ado LLV. 'lieiijhis tell you that Louise Cody as t Lamart"sfftt?t?ti5s'tl 'Beautiful Girl. The eight beauties we ihaeeitiseyleqtea I tfvjff are Susie Alexander, Dana V Holmberg, Jody Mastexson, Lynn Schovenqlihgf Marla .VAAV and Gwen Sorsbyzggfggffyfygigkyyi e':' VVLL' L ' ff':jf-jj , We best wishes to you Qyto all the' 'lovely youngfladies whose we studied. I .V A 1 Lamar has many students who mark themselves as outstanding, whether they be . . Beauties - selected on the basis of physical attrac- tiveness May Fete Court - chosen by fellow students for per- sonality and good looks Ladies and Gentlemen - elected by the student body on the basis ol' graeiousness and thoughtfulness to others Outstanding students - so named because of their far-above-average leadership, scholarship, activi-. ties, and service Other celebrities - who gain their titles through their abilities, organizations, or school contests They all fall into one category - Limelight 204 LIMELI GH T 1 QV., ,Brita QM , Lamar's Most Beautiful Girl As selected by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton ir gr Louise Cody Susie Alexander 105 206 LIM ELI GH T Lamafs Dana Barnes Beauties Jody Masterson Ginger Holmberg 207 Molly Rhodes LIMELI GH T Lamar? Lynn Schoverling a Beauties Gwen Sorsby Marla Shoemaker Princess Nancy Martin LIMELIGHT Princess Dawn Carver May Fete Royalty V Her Majesty, Queen Susie Alexander fx IW' Duchess Tonya Rainey 212 LIMELIGHT Duchess Allyson Priest Gracious R If . . ,v , Wil' Duchess Tara Cohen Reigns W in--W"' wg Duchess Beth Edens ...ii 1 "f"""'1'P Duchess Andrea Krueger Duchess Donna Tish 213 High Senior Lady Carter Baber Courtly vw AN? Lady Sally Brown Lady Jackie Curtis Lady Pat Nordling Lady Janet Bell 214 LIMELI GH T Lady Nancy Eversole Lady Mary Ann Attwell Lady Becky Butler I Low Senior i l Sophomore Lady Barbara Frank Maidens High Junior Lady Becky Alvis 1191 Lady Carol Crosby Lady Melissa Miller Lady Kitty Traylor Low Junior Lady Mary Cain Lady Kelly McFarland Maids Lady Sherri Harper Lady Patty Jenkins Lady Sarah McMullen 215 Senior Lady and Gentleman Mr. Larry McNeill Miss Dawn Carver gsw- L- .J . ,gk t A I or fr.-fi.,-. I .L - Junior Lady and Gentleman Sophomore Lady and Gentleman Mr. Steve Word Mr. Jim Giles Miss Janice Larson M135 Donna Tish 216 LIMELIGH T Ladies and Gentlemen of Lamar Q e . M.. Q Gentleman of Lamar Lady of Lamar Mr. Kelly Faloon Miss Nancy Martin 217 ho s Who at Lamar Bvlsy Redding and Tom Diamond, Host Popular Girl and Boy of the Janu- ary graduating class, takv time out from Classes fur a iilliv fresh air and sunshine. 1 r" I MW X. 'L ' A -V T june graduating claw Nunn Martin mfils 2 iy' A A T " 'i 22' M. 5 ,- fl, V jx.. x -k tk Creating a traftic' jam am- Si'I1lUl't'l215N livers of tlw ,lunrf greicltiuting vluss Jimmy Dougherty. lAlWfPI'1 Pain 'llile Chaplain: Joe Cain. Poet: anzl Lturx Nlr'NPill. Prophvt. The Most Representative Girl of the .lunf graduating Class. Allyson Priest, and the Most Representative Boy, Mar- tin Muglzisson. are Caught enjoying a brvuk tiwim thf-ir busy senior schedule. 219 Excellent Performance rlgflzl: Mari Cooley won lirsl in the city with In-r paper "Crime Prevention and Obligation ul' Cit- izenship" in an assay Contest sponsored by the Downtown Exrhange Club during Criinv lJft'W'Il- tion week. below lfjl: Jinuni xvflllllv. u nationally ranked judo expert. was fourth in the nation ul ugl- l6. Last Summer he non his blank bvll in 'l'ol4xn. Japan. H ,wir . ,pw -fi, aw mffisw 'z iff? .4 'Z .,nx,, i A :K z"' rl. 5 , el m' I rig It i right: 'llruvk Qtiewn ,lan-kin ffurlis shows Basketball Que:-n Susie Alvxatiulvr how to use u stop wztlvh lo liniv ini-mbt-rs of the truvk lewzun. bclolv: lfiiigrossa-fl in llin' Sunday vomivs z1rs'Nz1lioiiullVl1-ritl'iiiulistsllel't to rightl john lfuson, Rory Harper, Alun Frier- sun. Minn Looniis, Bill Morris. Marx Kay Davis, Debbie Knapp. Joe Clilt, und Toni lVlai'esm1. Not pictured is .linnny Douglivrty. 'W M- ff, - 'f' 'in 1"fJ1?' gl 220 LIM ELI CH T t Mehr- -4- ' - ' ...Ami-i'Efi::f,pt . 3 U f left: .lint Bavless. an outstanding int-nilwr nl' tht- lmys' I wMg,,,,,,,, tennis team. ranks eleventh in national coinpt-lilioii. x-Hel """" " f ,Q ' H "" A , ,. . ' f1l'f01tJfefH.' Diver Cynthia Pnttvr is ranlcvd fifth in nutifin- nga- al cliwving voinpetition. This snrnrrtt-1' ahe will try out in E W . Hivf,-:Egjgj'Qi',t1ff '- l.LllllUl'IllL1 for thi' 1968 Ol'VH1P1C diving team. below M3115 ,.14.m.' K ,T V. ' . ..,,4p:,: , .n,M,,,ag,55gff2,5' ,3 51,5 . -. ' . . - iz 5 V- - rtght: Hull:-rt Xlckalw was Chosen first Cl3I'1Hf'l in the rc- ' . giun lmntl antl pvrltwnictl a folo with the New Orleans ig A Q in A ' syinpliuni urvlir-stm lust Spring. L ..... ..., I -,.,k,GQ5,-.A S b ,, , I 4 L ' --, -,..,,4.,. . i t - l ' A ' t Wifi www- ,, , ,. ,,.. , .,,. - - ,-.- Q ,W X A ....., t,w. ,.,,,.W,.f .V t ' i i 4, 5, ,,,, ,,-V. 1 lli fi,' fklf W . ...fif k EL Q , 5' I :,L ff. ,ff n M1 'il' 1 f 5 a lqfl: Art students Ann Wt-stiitori-laml and Kathy Constantino won svliolar- ships to the Museum of Fino Arts for L W, A ,fit outstanding art at-liif-wfinciit, abate: A lvatling nie-rnher ut' the flralna protluv- tions this ymux Pain Whitten was salwt- ml He-st .Mttiw-ss in the clistrivt Ont--Avt Play Luiitvsl. f t il 22 The Greeks believed that the ideal life was one spent in the pursuit of excellence in all things. They accorded equal respect to mental and to physical prowessg therefore the complete man was as active in athletics as in other worthwhile endeavors. Like the Greeks, the youth of today respects the importance of athletic as well as intellectual activity. It realizes that much of one's character can be molded while competing on a football field or tennis court. Wheth- er the immediate result is victory or defeat, lessons are learned and strengths are gained that the future will demand. 222 SPORTS PORTS It is exercise alone that supports the spirits and keeps the mind in vigor. ' Cicero if fi 196 amar 4 tt TOP ROW: Coach Duke Lane, Head Coach Sandy Carr. Mike Robbins. Itivky lfrisk, Steve Mohnke, Jim Regard, Mike Burriss. .lohn Waters. Bobby Coff- man, Donny Sunian, Rodney Vlohnke, Ken Vaughn. Coaeli lim llarl. Coach Dale Dellart. SECOND ROW: Doug Burton, Royal Risvlit-. John Arnold, Fisher Reynosa, Bill Cooper, Jimmy Petkas. Rodney I.:-ili-i. Costa Kaldis. Toni Ball, Mike Vaughan, Mariagei' Bruce Landry. Manager llugh Waddell. SEASON SCORECARD Lamar.. 14 Bellaire... 40 Lamar.. .. 7 Williams . .. ... 36 Lamar. . . . . 14 San .lacinto ..... . , 35 Lamar. . . . 6 Kashmere Gardens . . 42 Lamar ....... . . 7 Sam Houston ...... 34 Lamar's 1967 season was a disappointment. In pre-season scrimmages Lamar looked impressive, but early injuries greatly hurt Lamar's chances. Despite these injuries Lamar played hard and Redskin fans have every reason to be proud of their team. In opening their schedule, Lamar was defeated by their arch-rival Bellaire. After defeating Lamar 40-14, the Cardinals went on to win the city championship. In their sec- ond game, the Redskins were handed their second defeat at the hands of the Williams Wolverines. The Redskins never gave up, but the passing attack of the Wolverines lead them to a 36-6 victory. Next Lamar played host to the San Jacinto Bears. Both teams played well, but mistakes gave the game to the Bears 35-14. Lamar next took on the zone champion, Kashmere Gardens. Lamar's ground game went well, sparked by the running of Bill Chilivetis and Bill Cooper. But Lamar could not stop the machine-like offense of the Rams and was defeated 42-6. Lamar was ready for the Sam Houston game. Sam Houston took advantage of a 'Skin fumble and got an early lead from which Lamar was never able to recover. Sam Houston defeated Lamar 34-7. This year, Lamar's Homecom- ing fell on the Reagan game. Spirit was high and the Redskins played a great game, but a last-minute safety Have the Bull- e dogs a 14-14 tie. The Davis Panthers were next in line. Lamar 224 F00 TBALL Lamar. . . . . 14 Reagan . . . . . 14 Lamar... .. 14 Davis... .. 19 Lamar. . . . . 18 Waltrip . . . . . 13 Lamar. . . . . 13 Lee ...... . . . 24 Lamar ........... 14 Washington ....... 28 took an early lead and led most ofthe game. Lady Luck just was not with them that night, and two last-minute scores took the Panthers past Lamar 19-14. Lamar next began preparing for the hard-hitting Waltrip Rams. Lamar's defensive unit was sensational. They held the Rams to very short yardage rushing and passing. Lamar scored first on a one-yard plunge by Bill Cooper. The touchdown was set up by a 57-yard pass interception by safety Bill Chilivetis. Lamar seemed to come alive. Sparked by the running and receiving of Bill Chilivetis, Bill Cooper and Royal Risehe and the passing of Mike Bur- riss, Lamar defeated Waltrip 18-13. The Lee game was cer- tainly the high point of the year. Lee grabbed an early lead and Lamar was never able to come back. The final score was 24-13 in favor of the Generals. Lamar closed out the season with the Washington Eagles. The Redskins looked impressive in the first quarter, but again mistakes lead the Eagles past Lamar 28-14. Even though Lamar had one of its worst seasons in years, there is still reason to be proud. The spirit on the team was tremendous. The Redskins never gave up fighting. Each prac- tice was as if they had won the game the night before. Their spirit and determination is a tribute to them and to the coaches. Redskins IFRONT ROW: Ben Callis, Walter Bissex, Mark Dean, Sonny Neath. Mika' Faunee, Lance Levens. Todd Kimball, Bill Dallas, Bill Cllilivelis, Wziyne Blal- ock. 'l'ruiner lhlilfllll Meglasson, Manager D1-an Laumen. Nut pictured: 'lll'L1lIll'I' David Shearer. i v. ,uf ' Cheerleaders Naiiry Marlin, Tommy Holmes, Sl1Sll?Al0X21I'IllCI', Kelly Faloon, Barbara Powell, and Mike Biggs - along with this yearls Little Red, David Kerbow - helped to raise l,amar's spirit to a new high. 225 ubozf' Ifjh: Racing dmm Ilu' il:-ld Bill llullus returns Ll kim-lwi'i' flu lung fdlliilfjt' against Williams, almre rfglztx Fillglllfillg as XXLISII- iIl:IIUI1 High- am' Rmirwy Nlulumkl and Walt:-1' Bisse-x as Nlikv Yung- han 1-In-vks to sw- ii' ilu-5 um-ml :my hrflp. riglzl: Q11111't:'1'ln1m'lx Nlike Burriss gms :mm ll push iusl in tum- as Ll Luk lwrlvrnl vlusm-s lll, 226 F00 THA L l, .4-of www. A A i ff 'F-' , Q- , rfM"W".f , y The Key I Teamwork aborrr CLlllilIglhI'0Ugl1lhf'IIlidfHl' of the Sum lluusion line. Donny Surnan mvks up a first don n. RW: Managers Brurw- Landry. Torn Witlruvk. 1311111 Lauznen. and Hugh Wauhlvll enjoy a needed break fmrn their clulic-5. 22 7 Team Effort Pay ff bvfuuz' liill liuopvi' Cuts up lin' ficld for aiiotliei' Rmlskin first ' donn against Washington. riglil: Hi-Qui liuzivli Sandi Carr plans his slrulvgi against Bellairc as iiuuwli Duke' Lum' gives dufbnsiw sig- nals. lmllunz: This Im- fi4'IN'l'i1i iSIl.I going anjwherv as liivky Frisk. Bill Chiliwlis. Slvw' Nlmhiikv. and Rodin-i Nluliiikm' stop him for no gain. 228 F00 TBA LL 'H' A -' :ix ,.i,.,,,..:-, vhvun., ' Q .wx A 1, 1. . an A ,,., may f ,, - lop: Steve Molinkv kim-ks off to R4-again as Mike FLHIIIVI' and Bill llhiliwflis prcpurv to niukv ill? talvlilv. ulmz'f'.' Bill Chiliwtis turns llic m'rn'm-r as John Arnold lays Ll pvr- llwl lilovli on this Davis 1lt'l.l'lllll'I'. 229 right: Mike- Burriss goes over for the winning Imivlulown against the- tough Waltrip Rams. bfflowf Waina- Blalock dives for vxtrxi yarilugv against Lee as Mika' Vauglizui prepares to liclp. Lamar R011 ii i Nlrrrf 4" 23 0 F00 TBA LL 'S fy W' ff if b ,Q , r tt.ttrr qw f 'LL' Q 1 if X -uw ' at f :tr 't t - t rrr l tt Q r M. l fm. .r and J K N lr iff':ir::g.ifL:f-Qi' ., m -th A l rf" , -f .g.fI'lfjw:, N ' A ' 1' ' ,Q-vw-ng: -M if' . L,., A ,.,,. :g .. - -,'-asm-w..ag.ff W Ffh, ,W 'Stiff' . . . A - A 'Lf' ' ' 'M' 'QLQQQIF -,l5f543-91 'f JI 21" ..Q',4. .. 4. ,W ... 1 jg., V.,V xt ,K . -,k.,.w sf.. W- .C 4- -SVT -Pt . . w , J 1 top: Bill lmmlm' and Ben Lallxs I ' , . Y. . mow IH to stop lhls W llllallli- 'l - , v - - . J , , ,..'TTQ..q ,g,,. A A ' U my A w'UlVl'I'llN'lUl'il5lIlL1llgtlll'l,H1I0l'!'f - t I , lj Mike Burriss prepares to throw .. 4 i A ,, ,, , f - one oi Ins mum pusscs that helped ff Tk rr ,,,, , , - V A i V . 1 "' Lamar clelvul Waltrip. left: Vars- Af' f liy Flrainvrs Marlin Meglasson , V I I it and David Sll0ill'I'l' are a vital part , , Vyr, , L L , , V, I A 3, 1' fa 1 V .W .g . ofthe team. lt 15 thmr flutv to kvc J f - ' if I . ' - . 1 l 1 . the team ln Ihr lu-sl possible plws- ff mul condltlon. 'L J 5 f X . ,r,tA, E ., N5 V 0 . r'-" ll W r Q lf l r-ifiig Q Z W 2 1 above: Most Valuable player, Mike Burriss. above rigfzl: Mos! Valuable Back, Wayne Blalock. right: Most Valuable l,ini-man, John Waters. 232 FOOTBALL above: All-Zone Back Bill Cliilive- tis returns a punt against Waltrip, setting up a touchdown. righz: Most Spirited Player, Donny Suman. TOP ROW: Coach Winston Boeker. Greg P1-nninglon, K4-u Klanke, Wayne Marshal. Carson Courtney. David St. John. Ricky Walters, Bill Sullivan, Coach Jay Rakcr. SECOND ROW: Sain Nlillur, Monty Recd. Rex Rakcr. Ricky lrluchins. Tom Anderson. Creg Wallace. Tony Cullalhi-r, Ci-rry Donisi, Tommy Gooch. THIRD ROW: Russell Stevens. Steve Caldwell, llavid Neu- Next Yea men, Don Quast. Peter Adznns, ,lohn Pulnzun, Walter Marshall, Steve Arnold, Rick Tanton. FRONT ROW: Tom Willrouk. Paul Reyes, Frank Moore, Paris Schindler. Steve Sanders. Bill Lane, Ken Clonts, Richard Schissler, Tim Brune, John Waddell. Not Pictured: lim Hurley, Charles Carter. ras Varsity l SEASON SCORECARD Lamar, , , , l O Wheatley ......... 34 Lamar .... . . O Sam Houston, , , , , 40 l Lamarm, U0 NorthShore... ..f1-4 Lamar... ...lil Davis....... ...2 Lamar. . . . . 0 San Jacinto . . . . 6 Lamar. . . . . . 0 Waltrip , , , , 24 Lamar... U6 Jones ..... ..6 Lamar... ...O H33 i Lamar... ..0 Reagan... ..6 Quarterback Tonuny Gooch is shaken up by this Sam Houston defender after getting away a long pass. L The Junior Varsity began this season with a few tough but inexperienced players. They were known as the "fearless fourteen." As the season progressed, so did the junior Vars- ity. When the season ended, they had well over thirty players. ln their first two games they met disaster at the hands of Wheatley and North Shore. San Jacinto squeaked by, but they caught Jones for a 6-6 tie. Next Reagan and Sam Houston slipped by Lamar, but their spirit never let down and they de- feated Davis lll--2. Hopes were still high, but the defensive unit gave up too many points and Lamar dropped the last two games to Waltrip and Lee. Even though the Junior Varsity had a rough season, Coaches Winston Boeker and Jay Baker deserve a lot of credit for making football players out of the team. 233 ff ,ffl '55 'H V . K, x' , QI X x I , X ,gsm-.. Q K , . X Nmms W1 1 N ,N ' 'K 3 ,Q ,W V ,M W mv Eff, W ily WWA ' . ,wap 3? 4 Important Role at Lamar Lamar's spirited supporters cheer their football team onto the field Y m for the second hall' of the Lee game. E , 5 , TOP ROW: Coach Duke Lane, Larry Melxleill, Kelly Faloon, Bill Sapp. BOTTOM ROW: Manager Bruce Landry, Donnie Hughes Perry Wilson, Charles Downing, Don Jochen, Manager Terry Timmons, Slove Mohnke, llarry Craig, Steve Word, Tom Ball. The 1967-1968 Redskin Basketball Team, as in previous seasons, was plagued with an all-round laek of height and in- juries to key players. The Redskins played most of the year without the services of center Bill Sapp and forward Larry McNeill. Even so, under the excellent direction of Coach Duke Lane, they were able to boast a .500 season. They start- ed off well but were not able to keep up the pace. They are a fine team and deserve much credit. 236 BASKETBA LL Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Williams . . San Jacinto . Kashmere. . . Sam Houston Reagan . . Davis. . . Waltrip . . . Lee ...... Washington . Williams . . San Jacinto . Kashmere. . . Sam Houston Reagan . . . . Davis. . . Waltrip . . . Lee . . . . . . Washington . Lee Robert H49 ....50 H50 H56 M53 U68 H57 H48 ....62 U83 ...JL9 H75 H11-9 H73 H59 ....67 Cagers on the Warpath top: Good ball Control enahlvs Donnie Hughes to vluds: this KZiShII1Cl'E deiffnder. bottom: Head Basketball Coach Duke Lane and Coach .lay Baker give pre-game instructions to the Redskins. if 'Q' m W ' A 23 7 Practice ay ff top: The Redskins' Donnie Hughes, closely Covered by two San Jacinto defenders, prepares to pass to Lee Robertson. bottom: Steve Vlvord gracefully shoots 21 free throw against Waltrip. 238 BA SKETBA LL "5 Q...-f .NM 'N rm' 1 f ' 'ffif "' ' Mg 'un' as Cf? f, fr R cj. t w .M 'KZ 'L : 4. s mp: Captain Kelly Faloon steals the bull from thesf- Sam Jacinto Bears. bottom: Charles Downing brings the ball down court against tlw Bvurs' full Court press as Kelly Fuloon prepares to receivv Ll pass. upper hgh: Mark Hall scorfxs to put lln- Junior Varsity in tht- lcaicl against Williams. upper right: Cents-r Perry Wilson easily gills this jump against the Kuslnm-rv Ruins as Steve Word prvparvs to grub tht- ball. bottom: Rubin Vest quivkly gots the ball away lu-lbre living double'-tf'art11'cl by two jmnws Falcons. 240 BA SK E TBA LL 'wi FRONT ROW: Chai Wllitc. Donald Pinto. Itlanagm-'l'm11 Witlrock, Toni Steve Sanders. Milton Arausa. Bill Sullivan. .launn-s Taylor. Parke-r Ran- t Britton, Coach Jax Baker. ,lim Giles. Xlark llt-vs, Mtlllilgt'l',l1llll1 Waddell. SOUL Rflbill YGSI- BDU Rvllfllllg- lil'0l'gl' lVl4'lit'l'- lllliill Rftlllllnf- l Mark Dean. Wayne Marshall. SECOND ROW: Rex It.ik4i.t.I1.uIu Ire :ht l. raves Gain Experience JUNIOR VARSITY This yearls ,Iunior Varsity, coached by lVIr. Jay Baker. was 1 pleasant surprise. Lacking in experience, they boasted a T16-T0 season record. Although they did not have an impres- sive season, they provided keen competition for all oppo- nents. The skill and knowledge learned will surely make them ready for next yearls Varsity. DISTRICT SCORECARD Lamar... ....40 'rnar... ,,,,47 amar... ....68 Lamar '... .... 5 3 Lamar... mar... ....4-0 mar... ....4l-7 mai '... .... 6 5 mar. .... 11-9 amar... ....4-2 amar... ....5O amar... ....56 I mar... ...47 Lamar... ...34 xLamar... ...53 Lamar... ...60 Lamar.., ...49 Lamar... ...44 lLamar... ...50 iLamar... ...70 Sam Houston Williams . . . San Jacinto . Kashmere. . Lee ....... Sam Houston Reagan .... Davis .... Waltrip . . . Lee ...... Washington . Wlilliams . . . San Jacinto . Kashmere. . . Sam Houston Reagan .... Davis .... Waltrip . . . Lee ....... Washington . SOPHOMORE Coach Bakerls Sophomore team this year was an even more pleasant surprise. They Went undefeated. winning seventeen games. This line young group of cagers showed great potential and desire. The valuable experience they gained on the Soph- omore team will provide a storehouse of talent for future Redskin basketball teams. DISTRICT SCORECARD Lamar Sam Houston Lamar San ,lacinto . Lamar Reagan . . . Lamar Waltrip . . . Lamar San ,laeinto . Lamar Waltrip . . . Lamar Reagan . . Lamar' wlilllflp . . . 24 .EEE is Etnmgitlriits . r mn FIRST ROW: ,lim Bogard, Richard Huchins, Parker Ransom, Roger Caviness, Jarncs Cooper, Rick Barnes, Maury Shepherd, Steve Arnold, Ricky Frisk, Greg Pennington, Chip Stockard, Sam Mcllard, Roberto Maillard, Mark Dees. SECOND ROW: Alan Frierson, Henry Darilek, John Hamilton, Ken Clonts, Sherman Kendall, Fred Rhodes, Paris Schin- fller, Bill Lane, Tom Anderson, Mike Faunce. Chris Harness, David Card- ncr, Jim Crump, Allen lacksoii, Mike Kohlhauff, Ben Callis, Ken Vaughn. THIRD ROW: Trainer Martin Mvglasson. Steve Beer, Mike Biggs, Rus- sell Stevens, Chris liawrcnw. Walter Bissex, Steve Smith, Bill Chilivetis, Tim Frccsc, Richard 'l'aylor, ,Iohn Putnam. Mike McDugald, Dale Vlfag- ner, David Rice, Bobby Coffman. Roy Jameson, Tim Brune, Hubert Levy, Rick Tanton, Wayne Btievliel. David jackson, Kermit Saddler, Manager Donny Sunian. Young Men in a Hurr Coach ,lim Hart has another fine track team this year. With the return of ten lettermen, including the sprint relay team, Lamar should take the District title as in seasons past. La- mar's top pole-vaulter, Bob Shepherd, was injured early in the season and is expected to be able to compete by the Dis- trict meet. The team started out slow this year, with an early spring training hampering workouts, but with football over the future looks promising. Lamar placed well in the Memori- al Relays and the Brazosport Relays. Next comes the high point for Lamar runners, the Redskin Relays. With over twenty schools entered, it is one ofthe most exciting meets of the year. Coaches Jim Hart, Winston Boeker, and Jay Baker have done a great job and are to commended. With Lamar's speed on the track and their fine coaches, they will surely have a successful season. Reigning over thi- 1968 Redskin Relays is Que-en .lackie Cu 242 TRACK 'tart'-'21 leji: Bobby Coffman comes out of the blocks as he starts the milc relay in the Memorial Relays. below: Roger Caviness edges out Wayne Buechel as the two milers finish in the lead. bottom: Sprint- er Stephen Beer lthird from riglitl gms set to run the hundred-yard flash. iii? 243 Winning Tradition top: Head Travk Coach Jim Hart prepares to give his team last- minute instrurtions before their event. bottom: This yeafs sprint relay team - composed of Mike Biggs. Stephen Beer, John Hamil- ton, and Bill Chilivetis - is among the top teams in the area. in. top len: Milo rvlay lvad-oll' mam Chris Lawrvncc rnak:-s llw lirst exchanges to swift Rl1'llllI'Il Taylor. above: Nliler Roger Cavincss bc- gins the gun lap in the lVlt'IIlUI'llll Relays. lep: Sprints-rs Stephen Beer and Mike Biggs round the first curve in Ihr finals of the 220-Yard dash. The 1968 baseball season looks very promising for Coach 'Dale DeHart and his team. With the return of all-city pitcher Mike Burriss, Tony Maresca, Royal Rische, Wayfne Blalock, Jack Feldtg and Teddy Gilman, they have an excellent chance to win the District Championship. Lamar also has high hopes for sophomores Tom Ball, Bob Redding, Steve Mohnke, and junior moundsman Bill Kinzer. The Redskins have no prob- lem in depth with an abundance of pitching and hitting talent. With Lamarls baseball team, winning is a tradition and this year should not be an exception. Coach Dale Dell art gives a victory smile after defeating Westchester King of Diamond 1 X N TOP ROW: Steve Mohnkc. Doug Kohler, Mike Cripe, Harry Craig, Tim Mike Robbins, Tom Ball, Bill Talley, Teddy Gilman, Bill Kinzer, Manager DU1fliWt'Oflll. Mike Burriss. Student Coach Doug Burton. Coach Dale De- Bobby McDowell. FRONT ROW: Doug Fung, Jeff Bourland, Bob Red Hart. SECOND ROW: Student Coach Tommy Starustka, Wayne Blalock, ding, Crier Patton. Royal Rische. .lack Feldt. Tony Maresca. 246 BASEBALL top: Bill Kjnzer throws a perfect curve as he strikes out this jones batter. belnu' len: Wayne Blalock takes a good lead against Westchester. below right: South- paw Tony Maresca takes a big stretch before throwing the ball across the plate. 247 248 right: Royal Risvhmh vrosses the plate, adding another run to Lu- rnar's tally against Westchester. center: Varsity inllclders arf' Royal Rist-hv. Tvcldy Clhnan, Miko Cripv. Tom Ball. and Bill Talley. bottom: This ycar's out- lleltl is nuulv up of lack Feldt, Doug Pung, Doug Kohler, Wayne Blalovk, Mikr- Robbins, Tim Duckworth, and Grier Patton. BASEBALL Strength in Reserve , V ,, 9 f K 2 L-c fs., ff 'X ,,,,s.,,,,,,,,,,,.. -s , e r , .e.e ,,,ee,,e Ne,e,, M i,u,,,m,eN SI, tv -X-3 ga i t b e., i qi lj! V .W 23 TOP RUWZ Ddlld VLH! Slykrf. Jtlllll Alger. Tim Cronin, Charles Downing, john Collins. Tony llulily. Steve Caldwell. Coat-lm Dun Meador. BO'l'l'OlVl Byron Barnes, Chris Boone. Randi' Childress, Morris Slalrli. SECOND ROW: David Nloorv. Aliin Woodson, Fred Santumnria, Bill Dallas, Daryl ROW: B' 'A ' Khawaga. jininiy Gvriiliwr. George- Waters, Ricky Wallers. Van Slykv. Dewitt Gayle. David Riggs. Fred Jones. i ' ' i A "A Coach Don Meadoras "Little Red" Baseball Team is packed with power. This group, made up of sophomores and ' juniors, is gaining valuable experience for next year s varslty. Their determination and talent are two reasons that winmng at Lamar does not come by chance. Coach Don Meador pauses for a moment with Junior Varsity Cap- tains Bill Dallas and Fred Santarnaria. 249 TOP ROW. pat Spwkw llmms qygarniltq john Smmmlal-ia, jam.-S Flmlimg, loom. i'lI'Lllllx SlllZll21IllllPl1. liU'l"I'UNl lillw: linux Hughes, Tommy Woo- SECOND HOW: Bill NTi1t'NLllIgllIOIl. Don Speck, Peter Adams, Kelly Fa- Ivy, Hill llydvn. l'lI'l'll l'uslz-r. Not pn'liirm-nl: lony Meyer. .ltlllll Wlwlivllv Tankers Take a Dip The outstanding Lamar High Swim Team continued its su- perb mark of excellence in its l967-1968 season. This yearls team looks even more promising than last yearls. With the re- turn of lettermen James Flodine, Tony Meyer, Pat Speck, Kelly Faloon, John Santamaria, Bill MacNaughton, Frank Salzhandler, and John Moffett there is hope for another dis- trict title. The All-State Medley Relay and the great Freestyle Relay add prestige to the team. Coach J. L. Gorman feels that his boys are in top condition and are eagerly anticipating the season to follow. These fine swimmers are a credit to Lamar. , My . W. J V 3 Peter Adams warms up before Workout begins. 250 S WLWMING This year,s Netters are destined for success. With talent like David Cullinane, ,lim Bayless, Stanley Taylor, and ,lim Leiser they should surpass last yearas second-place in District record. Coach Brad Gentry feels very confident this year and is anticipating an exciting season. 't .1.e " ' ' ' " N Qf . - ' ' K' f ft -1 -- Q' llfyx - QV- 22,4 ,- Q- 1 ,4 1 in fs, sat. s . r . we fm t A .mf - 'Q K fi 4 ffF,Qgf,.g'?'t..' ,t'i v ' A ' ' I ALTA Aw' "f'.,! " 'H -" Y-ivwS595l4" ' ' fait' lu-.4wgi'ik -I-S-2 - - ,,, " -- sg 1 , H 2. lfigy, t was l .. att ' ' ' el?--3"+.."" N t-it i L' ' I ma " Jn 'it 5 .5 Gs 2 4 i 5 ' 'LW 41 4 Q i 'F ----- TQQ , so it o .. . , N ,K i f mnli' '- -' 2" ' 4, "if1':f'I l - Iflsl' , - P11 , ,,- w ,"' T . lla . f " ,-if K' -1 1 g y ,pf- L -f' , ". i i ,K I Red kin Netters Taylor Cooksey prepares to give a backhand shot to tearnniatcs David Cullinane and .lim Leiscr. xx x xxx fs J ,f ,, Q.. My This ylill'-S Tennis Team - :nude up of Rusty Hunt, ,lim Leiscr. David Cullinune, Tommy Gray, Stanley Taylor, Taylor Cookscy, Billy Wooters, .lim Bay- less, and Ralph Fitc : surround Cottvh Brand Gentry before workout. TENIWS 251 olfers on the Ball Lupe Duarte, John Mortimore, Bill Charles. Bobby Singleton. Stuart Murll. and Robert Hurst comprise this year's golf team. Lamafs golf teams have always done extremely well. This year's team is no exception. Coach Don Longscope is optimis- tic about the coming season. With fine, hardworking team members such as Bill Charles and Bobby Singleton this season is sure to be a success. Bobby Singleton tries to sink this putt to give him at par for the course. nvvinvmymrnmm: in l"lllST HOW: lfzirl Foglvr. Sl:-xv Toy. Nlvl Klum-rirff. David llleveland. liiwliartl llorollivrs. Mike Xlclilratli. Rav WY4J1!ilI'lll.li. Larry l.:-gli-r. Naiinel llatgiisri. llianv llorrigan. llllLll'l4'Il4' lloons. Georgia Feld:-r. laiiimlzi Jones. llolilii llftirigvig Gi-oiiges Mzissol, .lolin Garni-r. SECOND HOW: Ruby S4-Iire-ilier. lit-lly Mt'l'l1lI'lLlI'lIl. Ki-llv D4-Hav. Kiirlyn lJeHudder. lizivi' Mit- rlivll. Hollis lie-ssm-r. Susan llorlon. Lisa llensvn. llanna Willis. Ti,-bliie Wright. THIRD ROW: Robert Gres-ii. Joe Dornzilv. Jim llalilwi-ll. Ylollv Rhodes. .loliii liaison. ,lolin Sharp. Mike Broome. Marlin Sawyer. FOURTH HUW: Brenda Railslrucli. Pat l'rii-in Barns-5 liiliniin. Roborl Young. lilran X1-iiiiiiiek. Helly 'l'vili1:r. ,liin llall. Danny Lofjai. .lolin Taub, Nliirk Cutler, l'i-rry Wilson. ,lolin Pippin, ,lov liiigrliiigr-r. Gerald Tasian. lim liaui-he-r. .lolm Kilpatrick. Michael Dittiniir. flour-li Louis Dm-. Nllehele Tliornlon. Miss .Ivan Niplier. Fa t-Rollin' Bowlers The big turnout of hard-working bowlers this year seems to indicate a promising future for Coach Louis Dee's Bowling Team. With the return of many of last years top bowlers and the acquisition of new talent, the squad is expected to do very well in district competition. The members of this yearis team all maintain high averages and are looking forward to the coming season. abnrv: Top bowler Robert Green displays his form on the alley. riglil: l,amar's varsity bowlers - voinposed of Bill Wallace. John Taub, joe Dornalv. Robert Green, and Bert Levy - check their scores B0 WLING 253 3 FV." at Chvrokee Heads for 1967-1968 wcre' QBOTTOMJ Carter B3l'JL'l'. lJI't'SlflCIll1 SECOND ROWJ Slwrry Jordan, Badmintong Phyllis Koenig, Softballg Eliza- bvth Horton. Travk and Ficlclg Put Barnes, Vollffyhullg Anno Guldslon, Tennisg f'l'HIRD ROWJ Miggie Crm-gvr, Badmintong Alex Kaldis., Sc-4-rc-Iuryg Mary Cuolf,-5, Basketball: Nlellssa Millvr. Archoryg QTOPJ Mary Arrnslrung, Swimming. 254 GIRLS' SPOR T5 Cherokee Produces Champs l .,.., .-A, . 5 ' , . K . v , F-un., 1-'n ,- Af. , 'Uh wil" -4 . . A 3 453455 ,QE .A 2 ff: f, A ' .uf--Q, .2--, ' ' 2' . . 'UI .. .. If fi 'f ww vw - . 1 Q M of ,wwf ' M ' "" i M U rm, , l ., MM 1 -we p .. ' ii Wd 5 . K W VKLK M f - 5 Y Q . ' f' F , 'z g,M:.w,f,.,,-. ,A fr., . ., , M A H' ' ' " 9 - X K 2 r Q L n il fi i fr I-, E top lqif Carter Haber, uvlivv in both intrarnuruls and viii sports, was the winner ol' the Clin-'rolwc Singles. Iop flyllff Menilwrs of tlw winning lilierokcc Basketball 'lqearn xwrv lBO'lVl'OM ROWJ Jeans' Landrum. Bonnie John. Patty Roll- ertson. lSI-ICOND HOWl Mary Sanlzr Maria. Inn Slavinolui. QTOP RUWQ Donna Kavanuugh, lepf Patty Ft-'I'sIl150Il..lilf'l'ill' Curlis. and Marilyn House won Clierolwc Swimming. wliivli was lwld in early lull. above: ,lordanis ,In-rks. winnm-rs ol'Clwro' live Vollvyball. was vriiliposvrl of QFIRST ROWJ Slivrrf .lumi- an, Belly Jordan, Susie Ovvrslrocl. QSHQIUND ROXU ,ludi Tlfirasli, Putty Rolwrtson. Anna Schm-lllr'. anfl lfliarleliv Coons. 255 Girls Shape UI ,wk 256 GIRLS' SPORTS C fl , , Q i l if ,Q'!:- -. , .,-.. -nfs X 'ffrk VVLLVL A A . 2 a top IEW: Gym Classes otnthr competition in various fields sueh as basketball. top riglrl: Sophomures enjoy pulling their new two-pie-ee gym suits to the test in brisk giunes of volley ball. bottom lef: One of the must E'XClIlI1gllIflIllPIllS of Cherokee history was when mixeml volleyball was orig- inzitefl. botmnz right: Clierukee girls play a friendly game of soeeer on the front lawn: their suef-ess in this game se-ems to depend on ability to rmmeuiffr the body and mam-handle Ihv opponent. With Sport f - f.- ff W, , 9, R 'Q 1 I. 'Leg . L nv, W l I X 1, r- '42, 1 dl .- A :wg ,, ' 4.4 " , ,' a If':-MI , - 4..:g',' I'1p,xgaZ,5y"'lvn -1237 , ' CN. 'Y v ' 'Lf iff ,f-. vim ., ,mAi4msq4iY" -.1 -f-gzft - I I haw " Qgfip ' Jiwx Q , ',ALr5-,'I,7- ,W v-ga . ,, . 'A sf - I-' I Q- 'Q Y, 4-, vm? 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J, HV Q I 1: M K 2 t Miki 3 wfvkf' 'ZZ' 4 fffgdv gh W, M Q ' ff r 2 . 5, K I H, I M I k:-.1 I w 3,5 qw f g H Wxiwi M' 5 wk - V lop left: Mrs. Barbara Coats goes through the fundamcn- lals of modern dance to the time of "knock on Woocli' as Little Lucy Luster works out on the keyboard. lop right: Camouflaged well are thirrl-period archers. butwnz lef: Lyn Boland performs a solo d6fllOl1SlFLlll0I1 in hailminlon tevhniques. bottom right: Dcbhie Drake missvcl vlassffs this year and was replaced by the morn- popular Royal Ca- nadian Air Force. 257 f 1 , I I o f ' lVIf i I 1 ,rlr in 'vii , lv . H ' f-im , " - .. r la f M or A ' lop: Miss Betty Ruin-rts. Mrs. linrlmara limits, and Mrs. ljrnestim- llvlt non der how lon it will lake them to hc as skinny as Misi Elise Hawkins abou' Officers uf the nvwly l-0Fl11l'Il Spirit Club are Cynthia Pottrr, Secrf-tary Miggie- lirc-egvr, l'rcsiilenIg and Alex Knlclis, Tl'l'L1SllI'PI'. fllglllf The girls dressing room is rarely scrn in this lilly slate. 258 GIRLS' SPOR TS .LL ' X X, 'fx Q, i ' ' f '1' d A t . f f K- Emphasis Is Placed on race and Poise upper Ifwg Busy sc-niors discuss new physical education developments suvli as no-iron gym suits. lqn: Carol Crosby seems to be amused by tht- antics of Diana Morgan, Sylvia Darn 1:11, and Wynette Norman. above: ln the Carly fall a Charo- kcc assemlily introdurefl the purpose of Che-rokev. belouz' Membvrs of the Mod- ern Dann- Club are QBOTTOM ROWJ Wyriette Norman, Diana Morgan, Kerry Jordan. SECOND ROWJ Pam lVlcMurrc-y. Sally Brown. fTOP ROWl Meg Creme. Carol Crosby, and Collwn McMurray. 259 Racketeers Rumble in the Backcourt ubniw: Beth Fishvr retaliulvs against livr upponn-nt's re- turn. lop right: 'l'c-resa ffarsvi shows split-sz-cmid timing in hor havkhzlml drive. right: Nlmiilx-is of tht- 'livnnis Ta-mn pravtivv llwir serws during at tlnili pravtivcsz-H1011 aftvi' school. 260 GIRLS' SPORTS , , , 9 A an The City Tennis Team, like other City teams of Lamar, has been very successful this year. The team practiced every day after school, from February to May. In the South Houston Tournament, held February 23-24, Lamar placed second. Carter Baber, Lucille McManis, Barbara Childers, and Mary Cooley all reached the semi- finals in the Austin Jaycee's 'Tournament held March 8-9. top: City Tennis Team members are lFIRST ROWl Cindy Venn. Beth Fisher. Barbara Childers, Kathleen Larniore. Teresa Carsey. Jody Beeson. QSECOND BOWl Mrs. Erneslinc Belt, Mary Cooley, Susie Gregg. Carter Baber, Lynn Willoughby, Lueille MeManis. Noel Enge- moen. and Trish Houek. lfjl: Alertness and speed enable Barbara Childers to mee! the ball. above: Mary Cooleyis free both lIlUYt'lll?I'Il allows her to prepare for a smooth return. 2 above: Many hours of pruvtiife helped Connie Kleidcfrer pilrfect the butterfly. right: Swilnmvrs take a brvuk from fast-puuwi pravtiml with a il-w laps of the bzutkslroke. below: Members of the- City Swim- ming Tvtiin are QBO'IVl'0M ROWJ Donna Seger, Robbie Hervey, Mary Arrnstrong. Runnin Keaton, lfnnnic: Kicidcr'ur. QSECOND RUWJ Cynthia Pottc-r. Ir:-nv Bcaslcy, Vlarilyn Housv, Putty Fergu- son, Susie Alcxandi-r. QTOP ROWJ Miss Betty Roberts, Carter Bubw, Lyn Stavinolizl, Katie Kahn, Marci Klep. Mindy Stanley, und Kuyi' Bi-nnett. ff ,,-,.,i, i',, ... .L..W,.M4w. 262 GIRLS , SPORTS T Wave Dwellers Work Toward a Common oal . .,- To start the season, swimmers took a first place in a meet with lVlilby, Jones. and Bellaire. The remainder of the season was spent in practice mcets with various schools. The highlight ol' the swimming season was the City Swim Moot, which was held on May 8-9 at the Dadls Club. Out of twenty-three swim meets held in the past, Lamar has placed first in the city seventeen times. The Lamar team tied Bellaire lor first place last year. Cruel- ing workouts during sixth period and after school helped to improve each member's stamina and excellence. X we , I .,.. Mv- upper leh' lt's ber-n it long day. Mindy Stamey and lVlurt'i Klep discuss the' possibilities lor a sin-1'm-sstul season. zipper right tu girls linish the day with relay work. len: Senior members Jackielft1rtis,Cxritlii1l l'ottvr. and Nlatrx .-'lrnistrong were iural ual dire into the pool to ln-gin a daily workout. mln- to lloavli Hcttx Roberts. zzbozvf: Swimmers prepare to 2 olleyballers Successfull 1191016 Kathvrinv Skvllcy. Malri Szlnlaniariu, and Mindy Slilllllw' in- stigate a pvrflfvi nl-I defelisv. right: Mindy Sluiney and Mari Sunla- maria ken-p thcir Pies on lhw bull as Cartvr Hulwr lines ht'l'S1'iii up for thc return. lmfmm: Varsity plziyvrs liiynlhiu Potter, KalhvrinP Skel- ley, Mindy Slunwy, Curlr-r llubm, Mari Sunlulnaria, and lfiinily Rein- liari gaitlia-r aimund a wr-ll-known figuru. ,,,..-- X hui-L-. 264 GIRLS ' SPORTS dapt to a New Schedule left: Katherine Shelley batlles a Westbury opponent at thc net. lwlrzzr: Cynthia l'ollcr watches Emily Reinharl progress the hull lo the front for nel ar-lion. bottom: l,ainar's Vollcy ball Tvain members are lBOT'l'OM ROWJ Katherine Shelley. Cynthia Potter, Emily Ruinliarl. Miss Elise- llawlqins tr,-mu-lil. Carter Balmer, Mari Santamar- ia. Mindy Stainvy. QSECOND ROWJ Vicki Venn, l,ZlllF21,l0 Davis, Beth Ed:-ns. Lynn Slavinoha. QTHIH D ROWJ Molly Rhodes, Milli Gooilnian. Fronica Smith. QTOP ROW, Ellen Weerns. and Pat Jord- HH. Along with a new season came a new game schedule. All volleyball games were played at Delmar or Butler Gyms. Although the distance hampered the size of our audience, the volleyballers nevertheless had the neces- sary power and enthusiasm to achieve the record of five wins and one loss. Lamar won games against Lee, Bel- laire, Wheatley, Williams, and Madison. Their loss came from the powerful Westbury Rebels, though the most ex- citing moments occurred during the close Lee-Lamar game. , -5 -l A 265 As the end ol' a sehool year draws near, there is a sudden spurt of aetivity. A round of parties must be attended, summer plans must be completed, examin- ations must be taken. Then, just as suddenly, the ac- tivity ends. The people are goneg the elassrooms are empty. Only memories remain - memories of laughter shared, of friendships gained, of lessons learned. The life of Lamar is ended for a while, but the events and aetivitiesxof the year remain a part of the rich tradition that each class passes on to those of the future. 266 LIFE LFE There 's a time for some things, and a time for all thingsg a time for great things and a time for small things. Cervantes Llfe at Lamar Bustles Llirislmas holidays bring parties, parties, parties. ,.-, i Y... W1 , ni 1 'l ..' 1 with Fun and Spirit Lamafs teachers get into the spirit of the Lee pep rally. T1--M School Opens With Spirit K I , 4 top: Qili't'I'l4'Ll1il'I' Susie Alvxamlcr lf-mls thi- varsity foot- ball tmim nnlo thv field beforv lhv lit-lluirv ganie. abaiie: A loin-ly. i'l'lgllll'l1f'Il sophomore- sf-vhs ll hirie'-out from lhr' aclivily oi' lha- big high scliool. right: Nancy Eversolv. Margo 'IH-iigiii-. and Charles Downing show varif-rl mno- tions mn-r thv Bellaire' gunw. 270 LIFE E K left: Margo Teague greets sophomore Morris Stark at Mirabeau-sponsored orientation. below: lan Journcay and Cecil Drummond enjoy themselves al the party uftcr the Bellaire game. bottom: On a hot day, Lamar girls al- tend the llrsl Cherokee Assembly. ff-5:2 jf,-I Q' F ar il lt- 52 1 .nv-:i6!e -- ...:,t.,m -ww -M, htm - wr , - ' 3? H : 1, ' - H if 2 'WZ above: Ramal memhcrs Johnny Perry and Jim Bowen give Mullet Allen Prigge an egg for lunch. right: Niwau- na Scums die like cockroaches to entertain their big sis- ters. below: Collie Constantalos and Margaret Flanagan get a rest at the San Jacinto game and watch fellow Isawats. 2 72 LIFE Happiness Is Initiation ,-it --if -If nun , I I i A , K h s, J, vw' ff T Ql l f if 2 if -rn.. if Q t fag X nf la U' Icp: Witll Monks Angie- Hodgffs and Cathy Rode-11 as bunch and piano, Bridgvllc Durrkel plays no sound of music for Mirabeauss D. J. Bailvy. above: lsawuls Jody MLlSlf'fSOU and Rosvann Sanford dance all day. below: Initiation kalcicloscopv: Angiv Hodges, Margart-I Flana- gan, Mary Knott, Sally Smith, Prissy Bourland, Diane Rarall, Colleen Kegg, Fontaine Cowan, Jody Mastvrson, Prissy Bourland, and Robbin Lamb. 'Q . 4, 47 LH lx, ai' in t K L ff if W . 'R ,. . 4 F3-ina ' PX I 'fi J .QP H 3 'x "1 , 'f'Q'fy'.w4.'- if Q., 3-V -Q S 1- :fy it .. X' - '- 'ff-. 5. 'J ,L iilixw' i ltif fy ' K, it ,v ai' 7 ,,,l N , - ,, I ff. - ' - , ww' i 4- R V -X Q, 2-tj i iii 31-C' 'sd . ' . A 5" ' - M3442 . , 2 73 October Brings Parties, Princesses, and Production right: Escort Kelly Faloon and Prineess Nancy Martin beam as HKDIIIt'l'4lIIliI1g Queen. Susie Alexander, cucldles her roses. below: Bubba Bramleiiliwgei' and Mindy SIBITIOF are rlressed and ready io rnake the scene at the Chorale!!ef-sponsored Sadie Hawkins Danee. below right: Hostess Shirley Setllemyre pours juiee lor Cathy Nieko- laus and Ellen Withers on the Saturday morning after Sadie Hawkins. 2711 LIFE lap: George Hamilton portrays a Japanese lawyer in "Tho Mikado." above: Mixed Chorus members partici- pato in the production of Gilbert and Sullivanls "The Mi- kadof, below len: Carol Crosby and Mike Welch wail their turn at the "outhouse" occupied by Marti MCBirney and Buddy Weaver. below right: Mr. and Miss Sadiv Hawkins, Larry Skellcy and Adele Taylor, relax for a while at the danre. 275 276 LIFE Lee Game and New Library an ' , ' L ' f . W ,M ee Ll QW" 1 ,S w , H 3132133 M11 , f f, if 5, nf 4. , MLM V W an 'Q 4 ni, K, --1, if A V !.:f's'sQ in We , MA -f 'A . f 45,-' , - 3 gi H M ,1 A L W f .Ang , ... - 1 -f ,,,,,.', ' . V M fvapxl xr L ,L A 9 V gk ,,,,1 A ,HW15 -f Q f . " , .,,e e V M, L ,k, ,., ,,., L V M I A V e I 5 5 kk'-., Q I 5152115553515f:..fnii5Qf7"1 " 5 ,1k:i,f.y'fgf1lT' . ,4 1-nf , Y, Xf ' ':, A, x lfjif The lm- fLPIll,'l'1il hdllgillgl in effigy SfIIlbUliZOS Lu- nuufs n'4'IiI1gjr lmx'arcI Lev during llu- week of the gilllltk rzboww Sunny 'lxl'il'hi' and CllUl'lx AILIVGIACQOI' gloat mm' lhvir l'ilIlllll't' oflhm-1'm1l IM' llvm'1'11l. 11810147 Senior girls lmosl spiril at the 1,130 In-p rullv. Create Enthusia m i .M "' f MMP' ll1llll'E'.' lfxnlhiu Pollvr vnlisls ilu-ui1luI'Bol1l1y Clark ami I.L1FI'f Nlfxvill in I'f'I'UNl'I'il1f1 lmllomls all Hu' Lvl' gllllhi right: lfl1vvr'lvunlvrs BLlI'lJilI'ii Pow-ll :xml Mikv Biggs get wudx for II14' kivk-of'i'a1l tlw Im- gmuv. below: :Xt Oprn House-. PTA Illt'!IllJl'I'S Q-njm tht- t'ilI'lliYL1l wpcuing 01' thc ncw library . ,1 f f 1, if: l-Lv: ,E 3 x , H, ,,...,L S ,g Q x 2 H!! 'B A W , 55.4, ,.,., gf K .5 if k v fl' -'UQ -4 277 Y? gen."- f? IIIIUIVCI VC ith El vlvur vu' zmrl ll slvzlflv lmnrl ,Izumrs SUIIVV 278 LIFE Qf ' .ff ffiff' tnkn-S aim during lhv N,IJ.lI.1l. lurk:-y shout. Iqfl: Pum w'llilIt'Il Ill4llIgllIiyllllf livs In-r bonnvl us sllv Ill'1'Ixz11'4's Io gn on stugv in "'l'l11' Kvd Shovsf' lwlnw: Kurvn Mcrfkhall 7 and Kathy Alillflllllgh SQ-Il 1-ookivs ut "The Rvrl Shoes, Sulurflau Illlllilkw. X-,,q,, 2 f if , .4 Talent ls Di played in any Ways right: Fitzjolm Oliphant fl,arry M4:Ncillj pl'Q'SClllS lu Poppy Nl0IlPfCl'i1L'kl'l' fNlarlI1a Tlllflllllvll ll lrmlqllcl ol flowers in thc annual Mirabuuu lVI4'lofl1'a11ml. "W:-lhll-fl But N0 Wife." bvlnuf: Villainuus l'lll'l'lW4JOLl lluslmway 4' lBarry meets no l'4,'SlSlk1IlL'l' as lu' slvuls ll kiss from Lyrwtte Durwood Qljarroll tlLlI'lNH'lgllll in mm- ul' th:- more dramalic scenes from the lNl1lI'illJL'klll xlC'l0lll'llIIlLl. 1 3 I Y 5 1 I' "4'.:':: 11"-i':: . 'Q 279 ' r 1' I h ' -nl , R ,f l 5 x ..-gn 1. ,f , f, 9 1 t , i,,:.'u 2 -1211 t Q I ,,, h , ww? ,K ' ., . . 'L " ' I -f:-- A r t W ,fx "'ff.fFf'?f A L ul fir V Avy, 4 A V i ..-w"" S fi iv-2"'ia""6"l,",,w' it . abmfff: Jimmy Dougherty and Mary Cooley participate in thi- first mixe-ml volleyball tournament with the help of "flmu'li" Pr-yton Prince. above right: Bill Charles and Ellvn Wcvms Clisagree on whose team won the game in lhv mixml volleyball tournament. right: A little girl usvs gestures to toll her Story to Carter Baber at the Wivliaku Christmas party at Dow Elementary School. .f . ?,,, y. t 4, 4 - f-,wwf it 41 mfr yr? 4 , 5+ , in in '26, f-'wlj Cheer, Charity Charaeterize December rr r 'W r re e-urn lop: Barhara Brarly, Margie la-lluur, antl Martha Tram me-ll relax after mmlx-ling ilu-1-lotta-S they made in sewing Class. bottom len: Danny l,t-Llaryv and Pzun Foster servo Mrs. Rose Goollrivh at the Christmas Tea given tm' thu faculty by the fomls classes. bntlorn right: Santa Claus twalter Bissexl hands a little girl her prvsvnt at the Christmas party at Dow Elementary School. 281 rzglzt: Hippie lmstcsses preparv to nn-vi th6ir'g'l1wstSz1t the Fftiiikiilll. bottom: Re-hczlrsals fkn' thc spring drama pro- liUCliOIl. "Little Vary Sunsl1im'." begun during the holi- davs. N Students Freakout During Holidays 5 S Q QS 1 , S 'gi 3, ,fl f -1 L fi A AA .,.,. . . Q C 1-. ,au Rx topq Sillllil Claus lWulIvr Bissexj prvpares to clvliwr Chrislnlus prcsenis in luis new. m0flf'I'llllt'Cl "sleigh," bol- tom lfjfl: Larry McNf-ill. Perry Wilson, uncl Don Huglu-5 lllljllgllllllllllf considc-r l.llI1lilFlS Chzlnffus ol' winning llw baskfrllzull gznnff. bottom right: Diana Lurnlure and otlwr Mixclrl lllmrus IHCIIllJF5I'S llilV0 a snowball light on the an- nual Mix:-rl Chorus Chrislrnas tour. 283 riglzl: Hnlmlwx Wlwlvss. Alb:-1't gll1lIIll4lH. and .-Xlun PIII, 1 gvi illvulvml in um- rrfllle' fvlAl'Cfl1l'lll lI4LlH1f'j21IIlSll1Lll uwur in IAIIIIJI'-S SIllllQ'lll parking lol. lmllom, Slmle-mls' 5 fue-vs slum Ll xarn-ly ui 1-luotun1s mlurmg a hnal vxzlmnla- lion. 110110111 rzfglzl: Hwvrleader VIXUIHIIIY Holmes giws a yell Ihr the "mighty Redskins" ul Ll busketlmll ganne. .NN ff 'W' I ffm I ,ww N f-M Nw The New Year Bring Both Work and lay 284 LIFE ,X I i I an , - er 1,, . A, ,f A it lll , t A LTZI, 2: 'Q Mggiui af ' E tvztlti on tu x'i1'lm'x willi "Hawk Pm. Sack .CIILN bcflnux' 5 boost st-Iiuul spirit att luislwtlmll gains-S. fgxifii , ffl if A. '? Y 'Q A A lwfl: llll1'1'l'l1'lltll'l'NZIHVN Martin lwlps1'-heartln,-liaskt-tlmll lg lhivitl lin-i'lum. Chris Bmuks and Mike Yatiglian -lwaiw llivii' tlnulrts ulmotil it Lzininr vivluri at tliis baskctlmull Y. gunna lmllnznx l,:inmr's iwxsly ll1i'im-fl Spirit Club helps 285 January Graduation Day right: Margie LeC0ur and Kathy Swaly clisagrcc on who looks better in her graduation gown. bottom: Diane Hill, Mike Tenenbown. Kenneth Huvlv. and John Watts dis- cuss future plans at thc January Svnior Prom. kixA,, :iff .,-,. :.,1,..m -H--W -f Y' 286 LIFE 1 f eei ' i Rv-i , :,1:lf' A .-,. lfffl: ,loliii Lay and Martliu 'l'ruiiiiiivll listen intently lu Senior Class President Mike Vuiigliziii us lic addresses llin- giuclilulvs ul .lunuary Coinnivni'vnu-iii l'X1'I'l,'lSCS. bottom: Diane R1-ad provides a lilllc- t'lll4'l'l21lllI1l4'Ill for Steve Zn- Uliariali. Anne- Goldstein, lX'lklI1Hy H:-ivlivk, Barbara Pow- ell and Tom Diainoml at the pmiii. 'PQ Suddenl Becomes Reality 287 Ente rtainment I Provided b Hard-Working Stud ent lop lfjfls NILIIVIIIIN Smiih and King XX ill4'I'S sl-rved as Mas- I4-rs nf 1A'I'!'IIl4lIlll'S at the llmm-llullm. muvh to muy ul, Iln-ir "rno1n.A' mp Vlgfllff Ye-llow Featllm' Hfluy Dilfllllgw lPI'IllgS an lI1lP17I'lLllll IIll'SS2lg,I,U tu Qorporu Hin -ky 4Iurlsm1J iIl21Si'1'Ill'1.I'4llll "l,ilIlc Mary Sunshim-." lmllunz fl't,UfIf.' Elatiun is 1'vv1-zllvfl in lllff f:llI,'l'S uf' suplln- nwrv lvuskvlbull lf,-aln I1l4'lIllN'I'S us zz result oi' thvir nin- niug Q:-usmm. 'Y mdk 288 LIFE d . , .. :L i Wire ' 1 4. .Qf ' AY tv, T , f W ' 5, ,X ' NZ ' ' "W '55 , Qwfmq. -was X if Q Q. -1,- ig 4' M, own .--4-o-ru-..- top lfjfl: Kvlly Falcon nas c-If-4-lc-cl "King of the Court" by thn- stud:-nt body in the Pulanmr-sponsored contest. lop right: Mr. Emerson Turnf-r's Q-xcilernent over the hrs! Lamar ln vitational Speech Tournunwnl proved to he lun murh lm' Dun Flannery and Daryl Andersen. bottom Carol fllvmmons performed in the annual Hootvnan- ny in Fe-bruury. bottom right: During mid-year initia- tions, .loan Ford's beauty could only be in the eye- ofthe beholder. 28 top: "lVly stew-r's prettier than your steer!" Anthony Piaz- za has ai hard time convincing Les jordan and Tommy Dew. Hb!Il'6'I ,lim Bowen helps the student eouncil redwo- rate the- College Conference room. right: rrWll66, we won. we won. we won!" exclairns vliverleader Susie Alex- ander lo Kelly Faloon as baseball season gets off to 21 spir- ited start. 290 LIFE 1 ,f 1 9 3 fb X R X arm-Weather Activities Accompan Spring mp lef: Danny Foster, affected by Spring Fvwr, czanit stay awake during class. bottom: Nancy Piazza, Gloria Kamensky, and Rhonda Kennedy work on Easter Pro- jccts in art class. .-eq !W .1 291 292 60.115 "Yu lm, lwave lm, lghlu grmui nwmbers of the' Or- vndu stall' during pravliw lbr thc first annual Field Day lug-ol'-wui' willi l,,3.lll'1'I'Slill.l' nie-nilx-rs. above: Girls' gp in te-avllvrs Miss Elise llaiwkins uml Miss Reilly Rolwrls svn-in to bv suflixring lmin the' cml-of-tliv-your lvlulis. right: 'ellurn Baby, burn!" urcle-rs Mikv Kahn as ln' and Milw l,awlf'ss and .limmy llzlmblel donalv tlicir mm-- lxmks to the im'im-rutm' un ilu' last dav ol' suliuul. LIFE 36, 'fl fe fx, School Ends with Jo and Regret above: Now that it 'S all over, senior ,lan Journcay tioosn't know whether to laugh or Cry. above right: Clay Darling. John Beatty, Joan Watkins, Mary Toles, and Patti Miller ciaimfn- for joy after the last three oiolock bell. below: On tlw last day of svhool, joyous senior boys kiss the blavk- lmurti goocl-bye. 2 get This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. It is rather the end of the beginning. Winston Churchill 11I111L'l'W00l1, Alo A A 114'i11'11.,Al1"l1I'1V A A 1:1l11U'l'.A1l11lZ1 . , , B211it'1'. ,lay A . 4 Bates, lcssc D. A A 131111, Erncsline . A Berndt. Margery A B1aC1cle11ge, 1901111111 Booker. Winston . Buchanan, 1vlkll'gl1l'L'1, Carr, James 11. A A Carr, Si-lI111lFf1 A A A Chaplin, Marg111'11tA A Chase, Glonn A A Coalos, BilI'112lY'l1 A Collier, 1101111 A A COHlSllJI71i, Al11n111s Constanl, M11z1-ll1v Cosllow, 1111111111 K 11I'2lW1i0l'11, R0l1f'l'1 A D1'1', 1.ouis ,,,, D1'1'lL1I'1. 1111111 A 20 Dowling, Ruth A A .AA ..16 16.233.237 241,242 . 6,16.174 16,258.261 A ... A17 A AA. .17 17.166 233 242 . AA17 141 . ... A18 18.224 228 . .4 .12 18 145,304 18 257 258 AA A4 13,95 A ... .419 A .AA AA19 11,60 166 170 AA AAA 4.19 19, , 36, 224, Ber1xPrA Susan ,..... 253 246 163 Dunn, 11l11'a ,......,,,. 15 1'8i1I'1. 111-11111 ..... 20, 151, 153 A Aares, Karl , AAAAA 107, 177 Abboti, Ellun A46, 149, 151, 192 Abraria, Marcv A... .,., A '16 A111.11fA M11-1.1.61 ,,,, A A 4 1117 Adair, SIIZHIIIIP ,AAA ,-'1-6. 149 Adams, Do114 A 416. 84, 130, 134 135, 138, 142, 143 166. 200 Adams, Polar ...... 233, 250 Adkins,A1ol1n A A A 107. 138. 166 Ahlcrs, Leon AAA,,,,A-. 89 Al1ls1'l1i1:r, lVlo1li1- , A A 107 Al1l'l'l1S, Polar, , A , A A89 Aldvrs, 11l1I'I'y A A AAAAAAA 89 A111x1111111'r, B1'u1:1- A,AAAAA 107 A11-xa11111-r, Aloa11A A 107, 110, 142 A11-141111111-r, Susie . A 46, 49, 130 156. 159, 182, 183, 196, 206, 211, 220. 225, 262, 270, 274, 290 A11L1'1'. .1011l1 A . A A . A 107,249 Allbritloii. Rosann ....., 186 Allen. John . 4 ..... 46, 73 Allen. Kathryn A A A46. 156, 159 182, 196 Allison. Dian1'A 46. 82 156. 159 160. 182 fx11.l'i'l1, Susan ,...,.... 107 Alvis. Becky .91. 135 137. 194 1 215. 304 Amos, Nlarilyn 91, 94. 186, 190 Amos, Robert ..... 4 4 , .47 294LNDEX Index ELISUII, 1Vla1'jo1'i1r, A20 Evans, fVl11tti1'A A . , l71r121111y, R1'I1t'l' A A A , , A F1111s1:l1, 111111111111 AAAA A 21 Filson, G111111vi1-vo. A21 149, F11-111111-r, 111111111 AAAA A A 1"111l1I'I', Louisv ,AAA 21 135 G11I11s, lVla1- C. AAA,A A A Uvnlry, BIYI11 A A A A22 1'1oo11ri1'l1, Roso AAAA A 12, GIJFIIILIII, lohn LA A A A A22 Grvunwood, 1201611 A A A A llarl, 111111115 . A22, 224, 242, Hawkins. lflise A 4 ,23, 258, Hodge. Alice A A . . . . Holliffr, Mary A A A A23, 1'10pIJL'F,S1C112:l. A A A Hurst, Kay' A A A A A A lsaacson, A1 AAAA A 24, jordan, Sylvia. A A A A24. Ke-n1.Bar1A A , . . A King, LoisA A. AAAAAAAA A Kobs, Lorena A AAAA, A Lane. 11l111rl11s 11. A A24A 224, 236 Anislvr, N1 A11111-1's1111, A111111-151111, ,'1l1l11'I'SUl1. -ill Daryl A111111- Al11l111 FACULTY 134 A 20 . 13 197 173 . 12 139 21 251 281 250 22 244 265 292 A 23 129 915 A 23 178 194 24 . 15 14 228 237 1.41-11. Eliza111A-111A A A A 1..11'211H,Nl31'11'lZ1, A A A A Loop. lris A,A,, 1Jo11g1'op1'. 11o11al11A Loxin. S1111draA A A 1.10WL1PI'. Norn1114 A Nlatscn. A111112 A A Maxoy. Bonita AIIHA A M1-Ca14t11y, 911111111 , N11'C11l'l0y. 111111111 A A26. 1V1CD0l11J1lg11. Cl1111'l11s A A 1V11'11dor. 12111121111 A4,AA 1Vli1lsa11,1111n1-sA A , , Ntfylilllll, 1711111-1111 A Nllll11'I'., 411-1111A 1111, 11111111111 , A , 1'1'rry. l.11sli1w A A A A A 1 li liillips, 111'n11is AAAAA STUDENTS ii911141-6. .'Xl1t1l'l'S011. 11111111 .9l, 160, A11lon1'tti. Ulla . 4 A'1pe1.Jea11. . . A . A Arausa, Milton A A , A A A Aroher, Bill A,,,AAAAAA Archer, Mary B1-th ,AAA, A Ar11hPr, Marian A A A A A A Ar1:l1er,11arian A A A , A A A Archer, Patty. . 4 . 4 A47, Arencibia. 1V1a1'ina A.A.... Armstrong, Mary , ,42, 130. 156, 182, 188. 254. 262, Arnold, Ci111laA47. 156. 173. Arnol11,Alol1n A A A Arnold, St1:v1:A A , Asali, Bohby AA4A Aslanidis, 841111111114 Assunto, An11A A A Allwull, Mary A11111- 128. Au1'11i11, llillll 4 . . B Bz1l111l, 111111 A ,91, Bi.117t'l', cA1lll'10I' A47, 182, 196. . 47, 224. 1117. 2:13. A47. 1651. i i A 11161 142, 149. 135, 136, 129, 156, 201, 214, A 89 198 289 107 107 242 447 .47 241 . 47 107 . 91 107 190 4 91 142 263 175 182 229 242 A 47 168 107 107 214 .89 304 1 60 254 14, 25. 25, 25. 1-8. .27. 427. . 28. 1'11t11-1', lf. ll ...44 29, 158, l1ilI1Sl1I11, AI1I1l7111.' .44.A 13, 111-1111. Al11l111 AAAAAAAAA A l1il111i1l11r, lV1ary AAAAAAAA 86111-1415, B11ttyA29, 258, 262, l1ull1. Alissa .4..A.., 29, Sfl1111P1, BP111' , AAAAAAA A 255. 261. 262, 264. 265. Bailey, D4 Al. ,.,., 47. 188. Baird, 111111 'AAAAA, A 107. Baird. Nil111'f' A 42. fl-7. 159. B11i1'dA Will A..,4.,.. 1'1illil'l', 111W ,... 107. 233. B11l1lwi11. 11111 ,A......A 1-111111wi11. 41111111 AAAAA... , 131111, 'l'11111 .,,A, 107 166. 236 246. l111111l11, 11111111 AAAA,,,AA 111111141-r, l1r111r1-A AAA,A A l1ilI'l11'f', Al. 11l1111A 4 A A . A l1l1I'1i1'l', A11-11 AAA....A 48. 11ilI'1ill'y. Marty 4 4 ,... 4 , lgilflill, 811-1111111111: A 107, 148, l11ll'l0W, ll1'1'f'11211l AAAAAAA Bill'l117S. Byron A A 107, 143. 185, 186. B111'111's. 11111111 .... 48, 182, B111'11Ps. Nlarria AAAAAAAA Barnes. Pat A A 45, 48, 128 134, 144, 145, 154 Barnes, Bivk ,..4,. 107 Bariies. T1-11-sa A A .91 138 Barnhart, Paul A Barre? it. George A1111 A Barron. Li111la AAAA, Basliam. Susan A Bi1L1Cl1lT1. .1i1l, A A Bauer, Barr1111A A B1111111g111't1-11. 11111 , iiO1 AA91 156 A15 156 304 252 . 25 185 , 26 . 26 . 26 151 167 249 A 27 . 27 253 A 28 28 . 28 161 151 29 A 14 263 154 . 30 280 273 178 160 196 ,89 2-11 91 107 224 2-18 4 91 47 48 178 107 152 48 148 249 206 107 130 254 242 186 107 186 A 91 4 91 190 107 107 51111111-rs. Al11l111 A A SL1l1l11'I'S., lV1i1'11A A A Shaw, 11i1'l111r11, A A Srnilh, lV1111'v 171112 A Stunts, lV121I'1' K., , A 31 Slll1l11'Z, l.1li1IT11lI111l'l8, A 5111111-y, Ann AAAA 1112114V1'1'. William A. 30 31 A .31 '1'11t1', H. 11arol11A A A32, 131 111llF11Pl', Einerson A A32, 146 Van Cloave, Janice 1X'll'1C'11,1.1lli-l1'1CS A A Wliooler. Lon CA A A 15Y11liPI1S,.10f' A . 4 A A .33 Wilson, 1111161112 A A 15v1Ilf.1l1I1gB1', Angie 11111111-. Bvrtie AAAA 1 Woodruff, Dorotliv AAAA Woods. Donna A .A WlL1l'SLT11Pl1, N1111'1'A Yf11'1iL'f', Ali1.'11A A A Yost, Agnes B. A , Young. Miriain A Young, P11111 A , 11111, ,li11111'H . 11111. l'1'ggy A , B11y11r,1A1in11y A A A 200 A 30 A 30 189 14 165 145 A 31 168 289 192 32 A 33 12 , 162 33, 39 A .33 34, 143 . 34 , 34 34-, 1 72 , 35 4 35 A35. 191 1121f'11'SS, ,lim AA,A 107, 221, B1'1111li11g1, 1.i11daA l'11'iiI1, 'l'1JssieA A , B1111s1c1', 1rcneA l30.135,137,l47 164. 168, B1'atl1arc1, Nanry AAAA Beatty, lohu ...AA 91, Beckett. P11111 A A,,, , B1-Or. 51811111111 A4., 89. B11cs1111.Al111li1H A A A 107. BPiss111-1: 511111 48. 80 164. 168. 173. B11l1'l111r. 11111111 AAAAA 111111. 1111111-11114 .,., . A 111111. 1'1ri1 'A.4... 4 4 B11l1AAl11111'lA A A91. 156. Boll, llvggy .4.4 107 l'11'1l1'ggi1', Al11l111 A A A91 1111111-siolis, S1L1l'1'y A1111 , 111-ll1n11nt. 11111'111vn, .91, 160. 111'Ill11'11'1l1, 1'11'111111i11 A A A 111'11111'tt, Kaye, , . Hviison, Farrell A A l1l'11SflI1, 111I1l12i, A 107. A35 107 A89 107 251 154 107 A 96 7, 90, 91, 93, 95 156,160 262 304 .A 491 151 293 .. .91 .A 148 242 243 244,245 173 261 152 156 182 196 491.154 A 91.93 AA A.48 168 214 113 168 160 198 107 152 156 159 168 188 AA A91 A91 261 A A91 107 Ann ....,. Benson, Patty ..... . . , 107 Benson, Tommy .,,. ..., 9 1 Bentley, Bill ..... 48, 146 168 Bentley. Pat ,...., , . . 107 Bentsen, Tina,91, 160, 192 193 Berg, Donna ,,,,,4 ,.,4 48 Bernal, Alfredo .... ..., 9 1 Berndt, Trey .,.,, 107, 112 Bertholin, Marielise, . . . . 107 Best, Henry ....., . . . 107 Bettis, Doug ,,,,,, ,,,, 48 Bt-utel, Anne .,... . . . 107 Beyer, Betty. .91, 130, 156, 168 192 Beyer, Bonnie. . . 107, 112, 148 168 Biddy, Lynda. . . . . . . 107 Biesel, Moffatt ,......... 91 Biggs, Janet ,......... 107 Biggs, Mike . 7,,48, 53. 57, 130 159, 167, 198. 199. 225 242, 24-4, 245. 277 Billing, Janis ....... 48, 149 Binkley, Suzanne ....... 107 Birmingham, Toni .... 91. 190 Bishop, Kathy .,......, 107 Bissex, Walter, . 45, 4-8. 67, 128 130, 131, 133. 134. 135 139, 167, 200, 201 224 226, 242, 283 Blackburn, Ed ..... .48, 159 Blakeley, Hope , . . . . . . 107 Blalock, Wayne. . .4-9, 224 230 232, 246 247 248 Bloom, Sharon .... . . . 107 Bobbitt, Carol ,..., ..,, 4 9 Bobbitt, Cheryl .... ..., 4 9 Bogard. Alexis .... .,., 4 9 Bogard, Jitn ..... 89 224, 242 Bohlmann, Margo, . . 159, 196 Boland, Lyn. .91, 156 159 160 257 Bolles, Kim . . 49, 86, 156 165 173 188 189 Bolling, Bob. .49, 130 132 159 160, 167, 168 198 Bo11ingor,Leeman . . 107 177 Bolton, Bob ....,. .... 9 1 Bond, Allan. . . . . . 178 Bond, Rick ...... . . . 107 Bonnette, Kit, . , . . . . . .91 Boone, Chris 107. 142, 143 249 Boorman, Mike .... .91 160 Boorman, Mindy . 107 178 179 180 Boreliert, Dorothy. . , . , .89 Borseh, Stephen. . . . 107 Boss, Sally ,,,,,,,,.,, 108 Bourland, Jeff ,...., 151. 246 Bourland, Prissy . . 91, 94, 195 273 Bovay, Susan .......... 89 Bowen. Jitn , 91, 158, 160, 200, 272 290 Bowles, Stewart .... . . . 108 Bowman, Aleece , . . . . , 108 Bowman, Dick ,,,, . . . 108 Bowman, Henry. . .49 145 168 Box, Candy ..... 91 152 190 Boyd, Brian ...... .... 9 1 Boyd, Byron, . . . . . ,89 Boyd,v0wen. . , ...... 108 Bracey, Cynthia ,..,.., 108 Brady, Barbara . . .49. 130 135 136, 137, 140, 156 190 191, 281 304 Brady, Beverly . . .50, 130, 134 140, 304 Bratly, .lell'. .,......... 89 Branch, Rhonda ,....... 108 Brantlau, Nan. . . 108. 164, 168 Brantlenlwrger, Bubba . .90. 160 274 Brantlenlierger, Bet-ky . . 50, 62 151. 156 Brandes, Bill . .91. 159 Brantley, Janie. . . 108 Brashier. Tommy . . 108 Brazile, Don. . . . . 108 Breen, Lenore. . . . .91, 194 Bremer, Bill. . . . . .37, 108 Brey, Judy. . . . . .50, 194 Brey. Pam. . . . . , .91 Briggs, Barbara. . . . . 108 Briggs. David , . , ..... .50 Briggs. Patti .... . . .91, 190 Brine-man, Scott ,..... 91, 177 Brisbay. Mary. . . . , 108, 186 Britton, Tom , ..... 241 Brixey, Naney. . .....,. 91 Broekman, Gene ..... 50. 146 Brockway, Colleen .91, 186. 196 Brollier,iDavitl .... , 108, 120 Brooks, Chris. , , . , .50, 285 Brooks. Mike . . . . . . 50, 86 Broome, Miki- ......, 91, 253 Brouillette, Wanda ....... 91 Brown, Btwky ,,,, 91, 96, 160 Brown, Dt-net .......... 50 Brown, Linda ....,..... 91 Brown, Melissa . . .9l. 184. 186 Brown, Russell ...... 91. 100 Brown, Sally . 50. 62. 130. 134 144. 156. 159. 160, 182 196, 197. 199. 214. 259 Broun, Tina ,,,,,,,,,,, 91 Browning. Don ..... 108. 178 Bruee, William ........ 139 Bruhl, Debbie .... , , ,91. 186 Brune, Tim . 108. 159. 242 Bruns, Ronnie ,,,,, 108, 186 Bryant. Ruth ....,., 50, 154 Bueeliel, Carol.39, 108. 185. 186 Bueeliel, Wayne. . .51.. 168, 242 243 Bumstead, Jody , , .89, 174, 177 Burtlette, Bonnie ,... 108, 109 Burkhart. Cuy. . . . . 108 304 Bt1rns,Cherye ,,,,,,, 51 192 Burr, Zoe Ann ......... 51 Burriss, Miko .89, 224, 226 230 231, 232 246 Burrows, Cindy. . .51, 182 188 Burrows, Elaine ....,. 51 188 Burton, Doug . 51, 80. 159 200 224 246 Bush, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,, 91 Bushell, Mark. . . . . .91 177 Bute, Jim ,,., ...... 8 9 Butler, Beeky, , , . . 108 214 Butler, Pat ,,,, ,,.,,,- 8 9 Butler, Peggy ,,,,,,, 91, 156 Bybee, Beth .... 108. 156. 168 Bybee, Elaine . ,,,,,,,. 91 Byerly, Bill . . . ...., . .51 Bynum, Julie . . . . . 108 Byrns. Kathy ,,,,,,,,,, 91 C Cain. Joe 40, 51, 128, 129, 130 142, 146, 147, 170, 219 Cain. Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 Cain. Mary . . 108, 128, 215 Cain, Shelly. . . . . . . 108 Caldwell. Candy. . . . . 159 Caldwell, David . ....... 89 Caldwell. Jim . . ..., 92, 253 Caldwell, Stephen . 108, 233, 249 Caldwell, Susan. . . . 92, 164 Calkins, Pamela. ....... 51 Calkins, Phillip . .51, 166, 198 Callenrler, Frank ...... 108 Callis, Ben. . ,51, 159, 161, 224 231, 242 Callis, Margaret ,,..., 51, 159 Calmes, Sharon . . . 51, 65, 146 Cnmarata, Ceeilia . . . 108, 173 Cameron, Franees . . .92, 160 Campbell, Jan, . . . . ,92, 196 Cantrell, Mike. . . . , . . 108 Cantrell, Patty. . . . . . . . 108 Cantu, 0st:ar . . ...,. 38, 52 Cardenas, Claudette. 92, 96. 156 173, 186. 190 Cards-nas, Ceorgetlr-,92, 186. 190 Carlson, Katy ,92, 156, 160. 196 Carlson, Richard . 150, 151, 185 186. 288 Carlton. Lee Roy . , ,,,, 92 Carol, Daphne ......,... 52 Carotliers, Bieharrl ,,,,.,, 92 Carpe, Bose Marie ,... 92, 172 Carr, Harold ........,,. 89 Carr, Kenneth. . . 108, 159, 161 Carroll, Mary Ann .52, 135, 138 141. 152, 153, 168, 173, 192 Carsey. Teresa,92, 188, 260, 261 Carter, Adrienne ..... 92, 188 Carter, Charles ..... 108, 233 Cartwright, Carroll .92, 144, 156 168, 188, 279 Cartwright, Gayle ....... 103 Carver, Dawn ,52, 194, 210, 216 Casey. Pat .....,....., 92 Castillo, 'l'ommy .....,.., 89 Castles, Joi' .... . . .92, 161 Cateeliis, Chris ,..... 92 Caves, Jerry. , .... 92, 161 Caviness, Roger. . ,52. 242. 243 2-'15 Cerruti, Mary. . . . , , 37. 52 Champion. Katie ,,,,. 93. 164 Chandler, Walt , . . ..... 92 Chang, Ta-Ling. , . . . 108 Chapman, Bill, . , , . . . 108 Chapman, Douglas , . . .89 Chapman, Joan . . ..,., 108 Chappell, Cary ....,... 108 Charles, Bill ..,,. 52 159, 161 252 280 Childers, Barbara . .92 159, 261 Childress. Randy .... 108, 249 Childs, Jan , ...... 109, 152 Chilivetis, Bill .... 92 224, 228 229, 232 242 244 Chinski, Danny ........ 109 Clioyanee, Linda ..,.... 109 Churrhwell, Linda ........ 52 Clark, Bobby , 52, 57, 135, 139 167, 192, 198, 199, 277 Clark, Caythor .,..., 52, 186 Clark, Jan. . .52, 130, 164, 165 173 194 Clark, Bantly . . . . . . . 109 Clark, Sallyt' ,... ...... 9 2 Clark, Franklin. . . , 92. 174 Clegg, liilizabolh. . .52 151 156 194 Clements, Chris. . . . . 109 Cletnmons, Carol . .92 130 151, 168, 185 186 Cleveland, David . .52 142 Cleveland, Leta .... . . . C1i1't,.1ow ,,.. 52. 130 134, 166, 178. 186, Clinton, Nanvy ,,,,,,,, Clonts, Carolyn ,,,,,,,, Clonts, Ken .I . . . 109, 128. 233, Clowe. Freddy. , ...... Clyatt, Sally. . . . .53, Cochran, Cindi ........ Cochran, Jack ....... 89, Cochran, Mike , .6, 53, 84, 134, 135, 142. 162, Cody, Louise .92, 152 168, Coffey, Carolyn . .109 180, Coffey, Clenn ..... t,.ol1'man. Bob . , , 109 tlogswell, Clark .... Cohen, Cohen, Denise. . . 'llara . . Colby, .lim ....... Cole, .1 Collerain, .loan Collier Collier Collins, Collins, aniee ..,... , Chris .,.,. , Steve . . . Carroll 26. 53 .Johnny .... Collins, Btse. . . . . Colson Colvig, Colvin , Patricia . Sarah ..... , Dlek ...... Coinbes, Jerry. 28. 53 Comer Compt ford, Patsy . on. Bruee. Condon. Marye . . Conrat Consta Consta Cook, Cook, 1. Tim .... ntatos. Collie. . ntino, Kathy .53 Cheryl ..... Cook, James. . . . . 25, 53. 109, v 224, 109, 156. i61 iaz 109 M2 .92 109, 149, 109, a v Cook, Lucy . . . . . . . Cook, Lynette. . ..,, . . Cook, Tom ...... . . Cooksey, Taylor. , .92, 200 Cooley, Kay, . . . 109 Cooley, Marianna. . 53, 59 160 182 Cooley, Mary .54. 133 134-, 196. 197, 220, 254. 261, Cooley. Susan. . . 109 160. Coons, Cliarlent' ..,.,. 54, Cooper. Bill ..... 89 224, 231, Cooper, James. .... 92, Cooper, Kathi. . . . . Coppoek, Mike ........ Cornitius. Tim ...... . . . Corrigan. Dianne . .54. 164, 192. Cossman, Jon ,,...,... Council, Frances . .92, 142, Courtney. Carson ..... 92, Courtney, Sharman .92, 178, Cowan, Fontaine . .92, 194, 144 289 178 253 . 52 162 220 109 109 154 242 109 194 . 92 161 130 166 188 205 181 109 242 243 .92 .92 212 129 .92 175 188 109 177 194 249 109 . 53 92 109 177 . 53 198 109 109 152 272 221 . 53 .53 176 92 . 92 178 201 251 186 156 194 139 280 168 253 228 255 242 109 109 109 168 253 . 89 156 233 179 181 195 273 295 lleminer, .Jimmy COX, Bob . . . .... .93 Cox, Gail ........,.. 109 Cox, Pat ,,....... 109 128 Craig, Harry. .93, 200, 236 246 Craig, Mary Helen .54, 128 135 144, 156, 190 191 Crank, Barbara ......... 54 Crank. Rirk. . . ..... 109 Cravey, Robin, , , , , .93 178 Crawford, Bill. , , .... , 109 Crawford, Candy ...,, 54, 89 Creeger, Miggie. . .54-, 156 160 254 258 Crenshaw. Kay . . , , 109 168 Crenshaw, Monna ,....... 93 Creswell, Debbie ........ 93 Cripe, Mike ...., 93, 246, 248 Criswell, Sandra ...., 109, 178 Cronin, Tim. . , . . 109, 249 Croom, John , . ..., 54, 161 Crosby, Anne ,,,,,, 109. 259 Crosby, Carol .... 93, 151. 215 259. 275 Cross, Marti ,.,, . . , .55, 151 Crump, Jim , . . 90, 93, 98, 128 142, 200, 242 Cruz, Susan ....... 109, 148 Crystal, Caroline .... 109, 148 Cubberly, Candy , , 50, 55, 130, 182, 196 Cullather, Tony ...,. 109, 233 Cullinane, David ..... 55, 251 Cummings, Barbara ,....,. 55 Cummings, David ........ 93 Cummings, Karen, 110, 164, 178 Cunningham, Mike ,...... 55 Cunningham. Tom ....... 93 Cunningham, Vicky ....... 93 Curtis, Jackie .55, 130, 196 197 214, 220, 242, 255 263 Curtis, John ..,..... 93, 154 Cutler, Mark .... 93, 160, 253 D Dadinis, Andy .,.. ..... 8 9 Dadinis, Roxanne ..... 89, 130 Dahlstrom, Edie. . . . . . . 110 Dailey, Candy. . , . . .55 Dailing, Frank . . . . 110 Daily, Leon ,,,....... 161 D'Alisera, Mark ,,,,,,,,, 55 Dallas, Bill . 110, 224, 226. 249 Dancy, Karen. . , .93, 168, 192 Dantone, James ,..... 55, 161 Darilek, Cora ......,,. 110 Darilek, Henry . . .93, 130, 242 Darling, Clay , 38, 93, 151, 288 293 Darnell, Sylvia 93, 186, 188, 259 Darroh, Gladnvy ....,... 55 Davidson, James ...., 55, 161 Davies, Audrey ,,,,,,,, 110 Davis, Carl ....... 110, 176 Davis, Elizabeth ........ 110 Davis, Jack .......... 110 Davis, Laura Jo. . .93, 196, 265 Davis Mary Kay . .55, 130, 134 135, 136, 140, 144 145, 192, 220, 304 Dawson, Becky ......,. 110 Dawson, Marcia ,.,... 55, 130 Dawson, Russell. . 110, 168, 169 178 Dean, Mark . 110, 224, 241, 242 DeBerardino, Mart: ,...... 89 Dees, Marc ,...... 110, 241 296 INDEX DeForke, Lynda. . . ,,,. .93 Deirlay, Kelly .....,, 93. 253 de la Torre. Linda ,,,, 55, 151 de la Torre, Riehard ,... . .93 Denenburg. Robert ,...,, 1 10 Denham, Scott ,...,,.. 110 DeRudder, M. Karlyn . .93. 152 168. 253 Deutsch, Carolyn ......,. 89 Dew, 'llommy . , 7. 93. 149. 159 161, 190 Dewild, Darr , , , ,,,, , 110 DeYoung, Joan .,..., 93. 156 DeYoung, Stephen ,,., 56, 130 134, 142 Diamond, '1'om . . .56, 218, 287 Dill, Eleanor ......, 93, 190 Dillingham, 1,isa , . . 56, 146, 150, 151 Dittmar, Michael .... 110, 253 Ditto, Judy .... . . 110, 169 Dixon, Jeannette , , ,,,, 110 Dixon, Roslyne ,,,,,,,,, 56 Dodd, Leslye ,,,,,,,,, 110 Doggett, Robert. . .93, 135, 138 166 Doherty, Robby ........ 110 Dohoney. lrene . . .56, 139, 175 190 Donaldson, Donna ,,,, 56, 84 Donisi, Gerry .,.,.. 110, 233 Dornak, Joe ...., 93, 198, 253 Dorsey, Susan .,....... 148 Dougherty, Bill ,.,..,.. 110 Dougherty. Jim . . .56, 128, 129 130, 134, 135, 139, 144. 167 180, 198, 199, 219. 220 Dover, Jo Len ,....., 93, 186 Downing, Charles. . 92, 93, 236 239, 249, 270 Draper, Cindy ....... 93, 190 Droll, Arie . . , . ,..... 56 Duarte, Lupe ,,,,,,,,, 252 Duckworth, Tim . .06, 246, 248 Dudney, lylarji .......,. 149 Dull, Brad. . .93, 104, 135, 137 144, 14-5, 160, 167, 198, 304 Duflin, Rodney ,,,,,,,, 161 Dungan, Pat .,........ 110 Dumas, Preston ,,,,...,. 56 Dumas, Tonja .... 56, 156, 173 Duncan, James ..... 110, 177 Duncan, John. . . . . . . .93 Duncan, Mark, , . , , , 56, 89 Duncan, Melanie .... 110. 148 Durbin, Bill ,......... 110 Durckel, Bridgette .93, 188, 273 Duson, Molly .37, 110, 128, 169 Duvvury, Nata ,,., 93, 130, 162 E Eaker, Jan ,..,,, , , , 110 Earthman, Ellen ,.,,,,,, 110 Earthman, Stephanie . . .56, 149 164. 173 Eason, John. . . 6, 89. 130. 142 162, 166, 220, 253 Eason, Marion. . . 110, 154. 156 173 Ebersole, Robert ,... 110 176 Ehling, Debbie ,....... 110 Eclens, Beth, ,93, 128, 142 159 196 213 265 Edwards, Dorothy. .94, 130 164 Edwards, Judy .,........ 89 Edwards, Wanda . . . . . .94 Efllerson Adriennc . .89 1 Ellerson, Christie. .94, 152 170 173 191 Ellinger, Bobby ,,,,, 110 253 Ehni, Brian , , . , , , 110 176 Ehni, Nikki ......... . 56 Ekstrom, Wayne ..... 94, 200 E111-tlge, lylartha, 42, 57, 82, 156 159, 160, 182, 196, 197 Elliott. Kerri ,,.,,,,., 110 Ellis, Kay. , . . . , . .94 Elmore, Olivia ...,....,. 94 Elyerson, Ginny. . .57 156 160 169 Ely, Linda ...... 94, 151 190 Embry. Anne. . . 110 159, 169 Embry. Carolyn. . .57 128, 131 135, 138, 156 159. 161 169. 196 Embry, Diane ,,,, 94 156, 160 Engel, Bill ....... . . . 110 EIlgPll3I'C4.'lli, Mark ,,,.,, 1 1 1 Engeinoen, Noel , ,94 156, 159 169. 188 193. 261 Engerran, Charles ,,,,.,, 111 Engler, John ,,,,,,,,,, 57 Erard, Linda , , , , .94 Erwin, Fred. . . , , 111 Erwin, Julie ,,,,, , , . 111 Eseamilla, Rieardo , . , , 111 Eslinger, Kathy ...., 111. 114 lislinger, Kay . . . , 111, 114 Espinoza, lNlary ,,,,,,,., 94 Eustlor, Carolyn ..... 111, 169 Evans, Clare ..... 57, 156, 188 Evans, Marilyn ..... 159, 164 Eversole, Nancy. , .94, 131, 144 156, 164, 169, 182, 214 270 F Fagg, Gary ,....... 89, 178 Fagundo, Maria ......... 57 Failing, Jane .......... 94 Fain, Jenny , ,94, 128, 131, 14-4 156, 160, 169, 196 Fain, Mary . .57, 131, 144, 156 160. 164. 175, 182 196 Fairbanks, Rob ..... 111, 178 Faloon, Kelly . . .45, 53. 57. 67 131, 133, 142, 167. 217, 219 225, 239, 250. 274. 289, 290 Faloon, Trudy .....,.. 111 Fanning, Bob . , . 111 Farnham, Joan . . . .94 Farquhar, Barbara , . .89 Farr, lVlolly .......... 111 Farrar, Dale, , , ........ 57 Faunee, Mike ,58, 224, 229, 242 Fayner Sheldon, , 111, 128, 154 178 Feagin, Pal , . ........ 58 Feehan, Andy ....... 89, 154 Fcibel, Charles . . .94g 142, 241 Feigenspan, Denny ....... 94 Fekete, Laneelot A.. . . 111, 177 Felder, Georgia ,..... 58, 169 Fi-ldt, Jack ..... 94 169, 200 246 248, 253 Felker, Arista.94, 156 159 192 Ferguson, Patty. . .94 156, 255 262 Ferro, Francesea . .58 141 152 Fewell, Kathy ..... . , . .58 Fielder, David ..... . . , 94 Finch, Becky '... . . . . . 111 Fisher, Beth ..... 94 14-4 160 1611. 180 Fisher, Donna ..,. , File, Ralph . .94, 166 Flake, John ,,,,,, Flanagan, Margaret .94-. Flannery. Dan. . , Flayin, Naney, Fleming, Bob, , , Fleshner, Cathy , , Flodine, James , 6. 58. 162, 166 Flynn, Lindy .,..,, Fogler, lilarll .,.. 111 Fones, Gary ..,.. 94. Ford, Joan. . .94, 142. Foreman, Denise , . . , Foster, Danny ,,.,, , Foster, Fred. . 38, 58, Foster, Katie '.... . . Foster, Pain ..... 58, Foteh. Wissam ,,,, Foty, Gloria ,,,, 111, Fountain. Jane Fourmy, Emily ,,,,, Fowler, Robert ,,,,, Fox. Elaine ,,,,,,, Fox, William .... 94, 167, Frank, Barbara .,,.. Frazer, Prissy ,,.., . Fred, Jan . ., .... 58, 142, 143, Fredrick. Sliaron . 194. Freeman, Gene ,,,,, Freeman. Lyn .... 95. 160. 169. Frecse, Pat , , , Freese, Timothy, Fridley, Craig. , Frierson, Alan . . .58 134, 154, 167, Frisk, Riek , 111, 224, Fryer, Jewel. , . Fulwiler, David , G ,,,94, 260 Q00 i od. . 74 .89 131 186 117 154 156 151 200 164 143, 156, 111. 111 ,94 152 169 131 146: 131 156, 173. fsa 131 220 228 Gafas, Mirtha ,...,,,, Galvan, Alive ....., 111 Ganehan, Meg. , 58, 60, 68 Ganchan, Susan, Ganz, Kay ,.,, Garcia, Maritza , Gardner, David , , .59 Gardner, Holly , Garland. Brenda Garner, John . , Garrett. James, , 1195 Garrett, William. . . Garrigus, Lori ,,,,, G3Sl1Cll6,1Kt'11I1t'll1 , , Gates, Fabienne, , ,59 164 Gaul, Marietta .... 59 Gayle. DeWitt .,.. 95 160 Gee, ljalti ...,.. 95 Gentry, Greg , , Georgandis, Argo . 'isis George, Barbara, George, .Jennifer .. 58, 68 190 167 .95 178 .89 131 182 160 135 167 156 111 152 F55 1 1 1 1 1 1 111, 1 1 1 261 . 58 251 . 94 272 273 289 1 1 1 17,1- 94 134 250 1 1 1 253 178 169 289 111 291 186 250 111 281 , 94 173 159 142 1.77 156 160 198 214 1 11 134 147 194 111 159 196 111 242 . 95 133 242 242 111 111 152 178 169 190 169 191 151 111 242 159 , 59 253 250 . 95 111 . 95 156 190 196 139 249 194 249 . 95 169 194 111 160 Henriksen, Linda . George. Steve Gerloff. Ellen Gesink. Rene Gibbons. Pam Gibson, Libby Gilbert. Dennis Giles. Jim , , Giles. Jim K. 1rl1lt'Y. A1 Gilliland, Gilman. '1'ei1dy i1i106 ...112 . , . . . .59 135 Clint .,A, ,..95 Glass. Donald Go, Willitt. . Go1dherg.Gl1eryl . , . Goldberg, Helen , . , Goldston, Anne, . .59 182, 196 Gonzalez, Joh11 ,,,4 Gooeh, Toniniy ,A,, Good, Mike ,,4,,, Goodman, Milli , . 112 Goodson, Ginger , , . Goodson, Judy ,,4A Goodson, Stephanie Goodson, Tomniy, , , Gorehoff, Nikki ,4,, Gorman, Barbie. . .95 Gouldin, Joy, , ..112 Gradv, Mike, , Graga, Julie, , ff60 .59 111 11 1 112 167 142 131 139 112 246 iso 128 254 112 169 159 123 131 188 Grains, Jaekie. Grasslioff, Gary Graves, Jeanie, 112 112 Graves, Nora , Gray. Karen, Gray, john , , ...112 Gray, Randy A Gray, 'l1l1on1as, Gready, .leanie 11195, 149 159 Green, Billy .......... Green, John ,.... 95, 161 Green, Robert .....,, 60 Green, Tom ,,,,,,,,,, Greene, Meg .95, 169, 190 Greenleaf, Jim ,.,,1,,,, Greenwood, Martha .,... Greenwood, Mimi, . 49, 60 182 Greer, Aleus ....,,, 112 Gregg, Susie ,.... 95, 156 Gresham, Margaret ,1,,,, Grivon, Evelyn , , 112, 152 Gross. Robert ,,,,, Groves, Kathy, . . Grubbs. Joe ..... . A Gudenrath. George . . H Haaksma, Beth ..,.. 112 Hagerty, Mike ,,,,,,, 95, Hagner. Sally ,,,,,,,,, Halbert, Julie .60. 156, 182, Hall. James ,,.,.,.. 95 Hall, Mark A . .... 112, Ha1land,lngunn A . 50, 89, 184, Halphen, Beth ,,,,,, 112, Hamblen, Ginger . ,,,,,, I'Ikl1Tl1J1C1,,J1lTll1ly , ,61, 161, Hamblet, 1V1elton ,,,,,,, Hamilton, Anne, ,,,, 112, Hamilton, George, ,95. 131. 186, 1 4 v v 1 1 v . 95 144 . 89 160 152 . 59 128 241 216 134 144 178 248 112 . 95 . 59 131 131 287 112 233 , 95 265 112 . 59 . 60 112 , 89 190 173 . 60 135 189 . 95 178 160 . 89 . 95 113 . 89 251 156 173 .95 177 253 112 259 . 60 .60 159 196 178 261 . 60 173 , 89 . 89 112 . 95 186 176 112 183 253 240 170 186 130 112 292 . 95 186 178 275 Hainilton, John , llinnilton. Lois , Hannnond, Ben , Hampton, tfatliey . Haraldseii, John, , Hardison, Wadi-A , Hargrove. Elise , Harlow, Cynthia. . Harness, Chris , Harper, Rory A Harper. Sherri, , Harrell. Deborah Harris, Gay' , , A Harris, Marla , , Harris, Raymond Harrison, Bruce, Haus, Bob, , A Hauser. Chris , , Hawk. Pat ,AA, Hawkins, Julie 61, Hay, Linda . , , Hay. Maxine A . Hayden, Ralph . Haynes, GayleA 61, Head, Lisa A,.,A Heidler, Barbara . Henderson, Madge Hendriek, Susan , Henke, Barbara, , Hensehen, Nancy . Hensen. Lisa 37. Hensley, Kathy . . Hernandez, Brenda Herrington, Rick . Hervey, Richard Hervey, Robbie, . 01, 242 90. 104, 11-21 12101 . 1 1 1121 . . , 112 . . . 01. 108. 112. 179. 130. . . . .61 112, 148. A 1 Q F161 . . , 112, 135, 141, .61, isa 160, 112, 118, ,61, 150, 1. 1. 1. 1121 244 156 170 , 61 181 89 , 96 , 61 1118 242 220 178 215 170 . 61 151 112 . 96 178 186 170 196 194 . 96 96 170 164 . 89 . 96 164 192 112 180 , . . 96.186 112. 180. 256 ...... 112 .. ..112 , ,,., 112 ....96. 154 . . 95. 96. 97 128, 131, 135, 136, 142 146, 156. 170. 190, 262 304 Herzog, Becky ......... 61 Herzog, Kathy.96, 173, 186, 192 Hester, Bobbie ..... 185, 186 Heuekroth, Mark ,,,A... 112 Hewitt, Anita .......,.. 96 Hicks, Elizabeth ,..... 96, 131 151, 178, 186 Hightower, Martha , . . .37, 113 118, 128 Hill, Neva ,.......... 113 Hiller, Mark ,,,, 113, 128, 166 Hilliard, Hank ,... ..., 9 6 Himburg, Patrieia .,AA 113, 114 Himburg, Suzan .,,, 113, 114 Hinds, Page ..... 96 101 186 Hinkle, Linda .... 61 131, 134 141. 170 Hirsch, Bruce ...,, 113 186 Hitcheoek,G1audia ,61 131 135 138, 141. 156 182 188 Hodge, Mary Li1111 A96 152 165 170 Hodges. Angie 96, 160 188 273 Hodges, Elizabeth, , , . . . .96 Hodges, Lucille. . .62 131 134 141 152 153 Hoe-f1ic'h, Marta .... .96 156 Hofer, Beth. . . . . . . 113 Hoffa, Stephen ,... .... 8 9 Hogan, Gavin. . , 113 142 143 178 Holcomb, Roger ,.... 36, 96 Holcomb, Sandra. . . . . 113 Holloway. Kay . . . . .96, 178 Holinberg. Ginger ,.... 62. 207 Holmes. Betty ,.,,,A,,, 113 Holmes. Helen . , ,96, 156, 160 Holmes, Tommy . . 53, 62, 129 159. 200, 201, 225, 284 Hood, Gaye ,.......,.. 89 Hopkins, Glennys ....... 113 Hoppe. Robbie , . . A 62, 96 Hopper, Caron , . . . 113 Hopper. Chris. A . .89 Horan, Mike . . ....... 96 Horton, Daryl A....,.... 62 Horton, Elizabeth, ,62, 131, 156 159, 182 197. 254 Horton, Susan .,.. 96 170, 253 llouek, 'llrish 113. 160 173. 261 Houehins, tiara .... .... 9 6 House, Marilyn , . .96 156. 255 262 Houston, La' Mania, . .... 96 Howard, Bonner . , . . . . 113 Howard. Marietta, .96 152, 156 Howe. Alive, .96, 128 145, 156 160, 170 173. 197 Howe. Naney ,62, 131 132, 134 142. 156. 160 170. 180 Hubly. Tony ..... . , , 249 Huekins, Riek ..... 233. 242 Huddle. Mike, . . . .89. 161 Hudgens, Mike ........ 113 Hudnall, Sharon ...... 96, 160 Hudson, Susan 49, 62, 156, 160 182, 197 Huebel. David .......... 96 Huebotter, Debra. .96 131, 141 152 Huegel. Nancy A . . . ,63, 192 lluete, Cynthia ..,A 113, 178 Huete, Kenneth ,..... 63, 286 Huff, Joyec' ..... 63 149, 162 Hughes, Donnie, . .96 167, 236 237 238. 283 Hughes, John ..,A. 113, 142 Hughes, Knox ,.,,. .96, 250 Hughes, Mary Beth. . .96, 156 Hu11t, Roberta, A . , A , , 186 Hunt, Rusty .,.. . .96, 251 Hunter, Bavlis. . . . . . ,96 Hunter, Linda. . . . . . 113 Hurd, Paul . ., ...113 1'1L1l'1t?y',J1I11, , , , , 233 Hurley. Sharon . ' . . .96 Hurst, Robert .,,,. , , , 252 Hurst, Tara ...... 113. 123 Hutchins. Elizabeth. . 113, 187 Hutehins. Mary A . 113 152. 156 Hutchinson. David . . .... 89 Huthmaeher. Marrus . .,,. 96 Hyden, Bill ...... 113, 250 1 11se, Mary An11 . . . .97 192 1IlgI'HlI1,PE'1l11 .... . . .89 lnnerarity, Larry . . . . . 113 lnnerarity, Peggy . . . .63 172 1rwii1, Linda ..... 63 182 192 lsaaeks, Wayne .... . . 113 lvy, Terry ....... . . .63 .1 Jackson, Allen .... .97 242 Jaekson, llonnie, . . .97 163 Jaekson, David ...A 113 242 Jaekson, Joan .... 97 149 194 Jaekson, Martha. . .63, 138 194 Jaekson, Mary ...,. , . .63 Jackson, Mike, . . .97 Jaeobson, Christine . . . . 113 Jainar, Cindy ..... . .97 .1amar, Phyllis . . . .63 James, Ellen. . . . 113 .JZH1It5S,E11lf'1. . . , 113 James, Leda. . . . . .63 Jameson, Larry ....... 113 Jameson, Roy ......, 97 242 Janes, Cathy, .97. 131, 141 152 153 190 Janes, Linda. ,63. 128, 131 145 152. 153 163 Japhet, Nick . ..,,.... 113 Jarmon. Betsy .97. 131. 163 173 Jeffries, Janette ...... 97 152 Jeffries, Jennifer . .97, 152 156 Jenett, Jon. . 113. 148, 150 151 Jenkins, Greg ........ 113 Jenkins, Patty. . . 113, 173 215 Jensen, Bebe ..,... 113 148 Jochen, Don. . 92, 97, 200 236 John, Bonnie .' ..,... 63 255 Johnson, Cynthia . 113, 117 148 Johnson, Mike ........ 113 Johnson, Sharon 45, 63, 68, 128 153, 156, 159, 160, 182, 183 Johnson, Shirley . . 63, 80, 156 165 182 Johnson, Skip .... 64, 142 198 Johnston, Pete .....,. 113 Johnston. Robbie . . , . .64 .1o1ly, Laurie. . . . . 114 Jolly, Wendy . .... .97 Jones, Beth . . . . .97, 160 Jones, Betty. . . .... . .89 Jones, Deborah ...,...., 89 Jones, Freddie .,.. 97, 131. 249 Jones. June . , ...., 97, 151 Jones, Ken . ...... 97 Jones, Kyle . . .... 172 Jones. Libby, . ...,.. 64 Jones,-Linda. . . , .64, 253 Jones, Renee .... 114 Jones, Rick . . . . '159 Jones. Ronnie. . .... 97 Jones, Stuart . . .... 114 Jones, Ted ......... 97, 198 Jones. Tommy ...,.,.... 64 Joost, Ozzie . .97, 132, 147, 154 Jordan, Betty .64, 132, 154, 255 Jordan, Kerry . 37, 64, 149, 153 194, 258 Jordan, Les .... 159, 161, 290 Jordan, Patricia . . .97, 153, 159 170. 265 Jordan, Sherry . . .64, 132, 134 154, 254, 255 Jorjorian, Anne ..,...... 97 Jorjorian, Kali ,..... .... 9 7 Josephson, Danny ......, 114 Journeay, .1811 .64, 135. 140, 156 159. 188. 271, 293. 304 K Kahn, Mike .,,..... 64. 292 Kaim, Katie ..... 97. 157. 160 197 262 Kaldis. Alexandra , . . 60. 64, 68 131. 132. 133. 134, 135 136, 140, 15-'1-. 156. 157 190. 191. 254, 258. 304 Kaldis, Barbara ..,..... 114 Kaldis. Costa .97, 100, 132, 142 158, 159, 161, 166 200, 201, 224 Kalil, Mark ....... 114, 198 Kamensky, Gloria. .97, 170, 291 297 Kaplan, Michael .... v .89 Karageorgiou, Georgia . . . 97 Karp, Richard .,....,. 114 Karp, Viekie ,.... 64, 132, 192 Kaueher, Boll . . ..... .64 Kaueher, Jiin ....... 97, 253 Kavanaugh, Donna . . . 114, 255 Kawaja. Rnkne . ..... .97 Kazalis, Barry ,... 70, 89 151 188, 279 Keelanrl, Peggy . . .65, 132, 149 194 Keepers, Gene ,.... . . .65 Keeton, Bonnie . . 110, 114, 262 Kegans, Perry ..... . . .89 Kegg. Colleen .... 97, 157. 159 190, 273 Kelley. Jewell ..... . . .65 Kelley, Lawreen ..., . . .97 Kemp, Linda . .... . . .97 Kendall, Sharman. . . 114. 242 Kennedy, Deborah . . . . 114 Kennedy, Phyllis . . . . . 114 Kennedy, Rhonda. . . .97, 291 Kennedy, Ronnie. . . . . .97 Kerbow, David . . . 65, 75, 160 198, 225, 285 Kern, Betty ,..., 65, 134 197 Kerr, Katie . . . . . .89 149 Kerr, Kay ,...... 114 149 Kessner, Hollis .... 114 253 Kettle, Marcia. . . . . . .97 Key, Robert ..,... 114, 178 Khawaja, Eddie . . .97, 154 249 Kilgore, Paula ..... . . 114 Kilnian, Barney .... .97, 253 Kilman, Virginia . . . .65, 187 Kilpatrick, John .... .97 253 Kimball, 'llodd ,.... .65, 224 King, Jennifer .... 98, 145 190 King, Pam. . .65, 178, 179, 180 Kinsman, Kay ..... .66, 190 Kinzer, Bill ..... 98, 246, 247 Kirby, Linda ,.., 98, 170, 192 Kirk, John. . .89, 132, 141 154- Kirkpartiek, Lou . . . . . 114 Kirshbaum, Tod .,.. . . 114 Klaische, Sherry ..... . . 114 Kalnke, Ken . . . . . 114, 233 Kleiderer, Connie . . 90. 98 157 262 Klep, Marci . .98, 105, 157 160 173 262 263 Kleus, Kenny ..... . . 114 Knapp, Debbie . . .66, 132 134 154 220 Knott, Mary. .98, 157 194 273 Knox, Joe .,..... 66, 73, 89 Koch, Joe ,,...,, . . .66 Koenig. Phyllis . . .66, 132, 134 135, 137, 145, 192 193 254 304 Koester, Marlene . . . . . .66 Kohlhauff, Mike .... 142, 242 Kuoyornmdjian. Sonia . . 114 Kohler, Doug .... 98, 246, 248 Krause, Kiki .... 93, 157 160 170 1.97 Krause, Shirley ..,. . . 114 Kriegel, Mary Sue , . . . 114 Kristal, Lorraine . .66, 132 145 165 187 193 Krueger, Andrea . 109, 114 213 Krueger, Doug .... . . .66 Kubik, Steve . . . . .66 198 Kuebler, Mark . . . . . .98 Kuss, Bill ....... .98 176 298 IAUJEIY Kuykendall. Beeky 114, 151 187 L LaCorte, Jeannie . . . . . 114 LaFollette, Cheryl. . . . . .89 LaFrance, Michelle A. 114 148 LaGroue, Mary . , ,98, 163 194 LaLande, Gerald . . . . . .89 Lamas, Cynthia .... 114 180 Lamb, Rohbin .... 98, 195 273 Lamkin, Kathy . . . 66. 86 173 Lancaster, Liz .... 98. 128 142 157, 159 197 Lancaster, Lynne . 114. 121 122 128 159 Lander, Laurie 98. 157, 159 190 Landrum, Chris ..., . . 114 Landrum, Jeane .... .98 255 Landry, Bruce. . .66, 139 167 192, 224, 227 236 Lane, Bill .,..... 114, 242 Lane, King ...... . . .98 Lane, Palsy . . . 66, 79, 132 157, 189 Langley, Patty ..... . . 114 Lanier: Linda 114, 153, 157, 173 Lappala, Chris ..... . . 114 Larrnore, Diana . . 114, 148, 154 163, 187, 283 Larmore, Kathleen . . 114, 142 143, 163, 173, 261 Larson, Chris .98, 132, 151, 187 Larson, Janice. . . 109, 114, 216 Latham, Donna .... . . .98 Latson, Sherry . . .66, 132 153 157 182 Lattimer, Ruth . . . . . . .89 Laurnen, Darla .... . 38. 98 Laumen, Dean . . .89, 224, 227 LaVoie, Richard .... . . .98 Lawless, Jean . . . . 115 Lawless, Lee .... . 115 148 Lawless, Mike ..... .66 292 Lawrenee, Chris. . .67, 242 245 Lay, John . , . 44, 67, 132 135 136, 140, 142, 167 170 198, 218, 287 304 Leaeh, Brian .... 89, 174 175 Leary, Jean ...... .67 157 l.eCour, Margie . . .67, 281 286 Ledbelter, Debby . . . . . 115 Letlbetter. Jenny . . . . . .98 Lf.-det, Rodney . . 115, 159 224 Lee, Sherry ...... . . .67 LeFever, Lydia .... .98 178 Leff, Joanne ...... . . .67 LeGaye, Danny . . .98, 253 281 Legler, Larry .... 67, 132 253 Leguillon, Cathy. . . . .98 195 Leiser, Jim . . 67, 80, 138 158 159, 160 251 Le-May, Dana ..... . . 115 Lemburg, Janet . . .67 151 193 Lemke, Arlo ...... 115 178 Liemmons, Sylvia. .98, 157 195 Lenoir, Walter . . . .98 154 Lcocadi, Ann , . . 115 Leonard, Liz ...... . . 115 Levens, Lance ..... .68 224 Levens, Linda .98, 103, 151 195 Levin, Larry ...... . . .98 Levy, Hubert .... 98, 242 253 Levy, Jon ....... . . 115 Levy, Robert . 68, 79, 128 132 149 167 Lewis, Andy ..... 98, 132 178 Lewis, Einison . . . . .89 Lewis, Lauren. . . . .98 197 Lielm, Carl C. ....... 98. 151 Liehet, Betty . . . 115, 128. 134 Ligon, Aline. ....... 98. 187 Lim, llose. . . ...... 115 Linam, Suzanne ...... 68, 195 Lindsey, Darcy ....... .99 Lipseoinli, Charlene .... 68. 170 Lipsey, Mary . . . .99 Littler, Chip. . . .68 Liu, Gordon . . . . , .89 Liu. Paul ...... . . . 1.15 Liverniore. Janet ..... 99, 157 Loekard, Gene . . . . . . .89 Lockard, Jean. . . . . .99 Locke. Mary .... . .99, 189 Locker. .-Xlbert . . . . 115 Logan, John. . . . . .89 Long. Carl .... . . .68. 161 Long. Cassie. . . . 115 Long. Mark. . .99. 1.11. 178 Long. Sue . . .68, 139. 160. 191 Longoria. lliltla , . . 99. 1 19 Loomis, Mina . . . .69. 220 Lopez, X'1llI'llt1l .... 69. 119. 165 Loving. Cheryl . . .99, 1-19, 191 Loving. l.intla . . . . . .69 Low, Sallie .... 115. 1513, 157 1.u4'y, Linda ....... 115, 180 1.udwit'k. Linda. . .69. 160. 165 Lundslroin, Candy ...... 115 Lupear. Nancy ........ 115 Lurie, llolrert . . . .... . .69 l.ntt-n. lirie . . . . .69. 161 Lutey. Lemoine . . . .... . 89 Lyssy-i. Xlick ....... . . 115 hd Mabry. Linda ........,. 99 N'1i1t'gII'f'g0I', Chuck. .69, 159, 160 276 Nlaeha. Jennifer ........ 115 MacGregor, Debbi ....... 99 Mackie. Norma ...... . 115 Mat-Naughton. Bill .99, 160, 200 250 Maddox. Charlotte ,...... 1 I5 Maddux. Patty .......... 99 Madrigal. Rod .... 71, 174 177 Maer. Lisa. ......... 1 15 Magaziner. Mark . ,71. 171. 176 Magoulas. Angelo , .... 71 Nlagoulas. George ,,.. . 99 Maillard. Patricia . 141. 153. 173 Maillartl. Roberto ..... 99. 242 Major, Jack .....,..... 99 lylalinowski, llill ...... 60. T1 1V1al'lett, Sydney . . .99, 132. 165 i 170. 191 Malone. Dempsey, .71. 158, 159 161 Maloni-. llit-kie . . .... , .71 Malone, Mike .... . . 115 Maloney. Carolyn ....... 115 Maloney, Kathy ......... 71 Mangum. Gerry. . .41, 115, 117 169, 170 Manuel. Lydia .,.. .... 7 1 Maresea. 'llony . , . 71, 84 1152 134f142,l43,166 200 220, 246 211-7 Marling. Debbie ....,... 115 Marsae. Molly ....... 38, 115 Marshall. Melissa . . 71. 84 132 154. 189 Marshall, Walter .... 115 233 Marshall. Wayne . 115. 159 233 241 Marlin. 8i1l . . . . .71. 147 Martin. Charlsie. ,.... . 71 Martin. George ...... 38, 89 Martin. Nancy .... 71. 129 1138 189. 210. 217. 219 274. 285 Martinez, Daniel . . . 115 178 Martino. Marx Jo. , 99 197 Nlarttinez. Nliirlha. . , . 89. 99 Massot. Georges . 115. 178. 253 Masterson. Jody . . ,99. 157 195 207 273 Mathews. Kiln .... 99. 157. 191 Mattoro. Mary. ...... 1 15 Mallox. Gene . . 37, 72 161 May, Deloris ..... 72, 138 195 lV1e!Xllister. Diane ...... 115 M4-Ashan, Karen . .69. 147 151 193 278 lVlr'l'1irney, Marti . .99, 128 157 275 MeBritle. Judy ....... 69 187 Nlf-Cahe. llobert ...... 89 221 McCall, Jon . ........ 115 MeCa11, Sherwood ........ 89 Mt-Callister, Lee ,..... 99 177 MeCalmont. Donna, . 115 165 170 McCarthy. Barbara . . . .69 McCarthy. Julia. . .69. 132 134 142 15.3 163 MeCarty.Stan1ey . . . .... 69 McClelland. Linda. . . .69 132 168, 170. 171. 186 187 191 Mcllloskey. David, , , 115 MeConili. Steve . . . 115 N14-Conkey. Dayitl, . . . . .70 lX1eConne1l, James, , , . 116 McCraw. lim-ky . . .99 132 1,11 153 162 Metlulley, l1olierI . . .... 70 lVIr-tlnllot-Ii, Pal , . . . 99 McDowell, Bohhy ..... 99 246 Melfowell. Jar-kie . . . .99 157 160, 170 173 189 lyleliliigald. Mike . . . 116 242 Me1'1lwrath, Mike . 116 128 253 Melilarlanrl, Kelly , 116, 215 253 M4-Gee, Alice . 67, 70 135 137 191, 218 304 McGee, George , . 116, 120 241 N1eGonagi1l, Nanci . . . . 160 Mel-lard, Sam ..... 116 242 1V1eKenzie, Linda . . . . . . .70 N1eLaugh1in. Patty . . . . 116 N1cLe-more. Jim .... . . 116 MeLendon. Stan . . . . . . .99 Melylanis. Lueille , 116 170 261 McMullen, Sarah . 116 160 215 MeMurrey. Colleen . . . 116 259 Melylurrey, Pam. . .70 149 153 163. 192 193 259 Mcbleely. Gary . . 116 161 MeNei1l. Larry . . .70 132 133 131.14-2 151 167 188. 216, 219 236 277 279 283 M4-Nt-ir, Forest . . .70, 174 175 1V1c1"l1aul. A. 'lliniothy ...... 99 Mt-Qnhaf-, Linda . . 70. 82 128 157 182 MeQuhae, Mollie . .... 116 McRae, Grady ........ 89 Metllenka, Galen ....... 116 iV1t-glasson, Martin .72, 128 132 166, 200, 219, 224 Melcher, YV1111111' . Melson, Mary Anne. Melton, 11111 . . Melville, Darlane . . . Mendenhall. l'1l'2lllt'll' 99 231 99 . 1:11 1 242 149 . 89 89 1 82 186 Monrsund, Kinn . N1t1l'k1Pl'0Y, DeeD1-1- . . N1tlllI'l15. Marcia . . . N1llI'4ltN'li.DiiI1l1y . . 117 Murlli. Stuart . , . . . 117 Mtirpliy. Eddie . , . . . 36 Murpliy, Gene ....... 73 Murphy, Keith .....,.. Murphy. l,i7. . . 100. 157 Murray. ,11111i1'1- ....,. . . M111'1'ay..10l1Il . 1 - - 114y'11rs. l,illt'll'1Ll . . . . . Nlyers. Susan ,... . . . PJ Na111a11. 80111111 . . , . . . Nance, Ralph .4.,.... . Nasehke, Cerrie ,.... 117 187 Merrill. Harry. . . . . . . .99 Merritt. 0111111 .... . 116 Metz. Steve . 116. 148 151, 187 Mey1-r, Steve . 36. 99, 143, 198 Meyer, Tony' , 36, 99. 1232. 143 1 ' 199. 250 Miano, 'lloni ,..,.. . . . 116 1Vli1'k1'1is. lrene ,... . . , 99 Midilatigh. Cathy . 116. 148. 278 Miller. Betty. . ,.,.. , .72 Miller. Kirk ...... . 99 M1111-r. Me1issa,98. 100, 134, 191 215, 254 Miller. Palli ,,.., 72. 147. 151 187, 193. 293 Miller, Sam ,..... 116. 233 Mi11i1'a11. Cary. . ,72. 132. 131 143. 200 Mi1o11, Barbara .....,.. 116 Mims. Susan .99. 147, 157, 191 Miseoe. ,lolntny ........ 100 Miscoe. Naney' .4... 116 187 Risnoh Pan'.. ,100 157 160 Mitchell, Kaye. . . 116, 180, 253 Moeller, Kathy . . . . . 116 Moffett. Cathlevn . . . . . . .72 Mofl'ett..1ol111 ,,..... 72 250 Mohnke. Rodney . 72 224 226 228 Mohnke. Steve . 116 224, 228 229 236, 246 Monerief, Mel. . . , . 116. 253 Money, Karan. , .39 100. 185 187 Moiilgoinery. Steve. , . 100. 160 200 Monro. David. . . . . . . 178 Moore. David , . . . 116. 249 1N1oore. Frank . . . . 116. 233 Moore, .lutly . . . 116, 129, 148 Moore, Merrilv , 116, 148, 163 1 170, 180. 187 Moore, Mike , . . . . . . .89 Moore, Pam. . . . . . . . 100 Moore. Sally. . . 116 157. 173 Moore, Tony . . . . . . , 116 More. Marta ...... . . 100 Moreno, Bohhy .... . . 100 Morgan, Artliur. . 116, 176. 178 Nlorgan. Diana , . . . , 259 Morris, Anne . ..., 100 132 Morris, Bill ..... 72. 84, 220 Morris, Pa111. , . . . .100 180 Morris, Penny. .... 116 Morrow, Benny ...,. 117 Morse. Allison. 1 . . 100 189 Morse. Mike ..... 37. 72 172 Morti1ne1'..1ol1n . . .99, 100 185 186, 187 252 Morton, Hubert ,.... 100 200 Mos1'are11i, .laekie .... 100 163 168, 170 171 M11sel1-y, Stephanie .... 72. 86 159. 182 195 Moser. Debbie. . . 117, 165 170 Mossler. Chris ......... 117 Mossler. Martha ....... . 72 Mot11era1,Li11da ...... 73 149 Mountain, Karen ..., 100 153 157, 170 Nash, Ken ...... 73. 132 160. 167. 170 Neath. Robert .,,..,. 93 Neath, Sonny . . 117, 160 NCCtll'l8l11, Susan . Neel, Pam. . , . . Neellex. Lisa Neff, Pat. . . N1-ill, Carol ,... Nelson. Cindy. . . Nestle. Nanry ..... N1-umann, David . 100. 173 117 153 117 N1-vill, lttarianne . . 73. 86. 160 175 N1-vill. Pat ..... 100 157 . 73 Newton, Margie. . Ngo, Wai Wing .... Nihlaek, Mimi .,..,. 129 Nirhols, 1.in1la ,.... 100 N1l'lSSt'l1. Sandy . . , Nice, Bt'4'tlllil ,74, Niekolaiis. Cathy , Nikel. 111111 ..,.... 157 175 157 Noble, VlV1Q'lll1L' ..,,... . Noel, C111-01 . 100, 129 132 137, 143 159 Nordling, Pat ,,.. 74 138 195. Norman. Leigh ..... 117 Norman. Wynette . . 160. 170 NOITlS,,1EI'l'ill't'l . . . , Nunley, Mark . CJ Oates, Linsey ..... 0i8rien, Flynn Oehoa. Gloria . 100 197 117 011911. .lack ..... 74. 174, Oilorn. Wendell 65. 74. 129. Ugletree, Susan. . . . 117, 0l1ls1-n, jimmy ....,,.. Olsen, Andrea .,....,,. Olsen, Suzanne . . 100, 135. 164. 165. Olson, ,14lltI1l1y. .... 100. Oman, Bruce . . .... , . OFll0I'I1. David. . . . . 100. Oshoriie. ,1111ie. . .,,. 89, Ostin. 511-11' .......,, . Overstreel. Susie . .74, 134, Owens, lien .,........ Ownlmy, De11l1y ..... 117. P Pace. Nancy .,.,... 100 Paek, Sherry . . . . Painter. 101' . . 117 . 73 187 180 117 252 100 200 . 89 160 1 17 100 . 73 100 1 17 117 157 159 199 100 224 . 73 193 117 161 148 173 100 233 157 183 160 160 183 117 . 73 183 , 7 1- 274 74 . 74 117 135 304 194 214 170 157 259 100 100 117 177 , 89 175 146 147 178 100 117 138 170 155 . 74 177 189 138 255 100 148 151 187 117 Palazfnlo, ,loanne ..,.. . . Papavassiliou, Ruthie ..... Pappas, C11a1'1e ...... . . Pappas, Chris 100. 132, 147. Pappas. Dena . . Pappas, Gwen .I . . Pappas. S1101-ll . . . . . . Parent. 1"lL1ll'1l'llt . .... . Park, Kathy, . . . . . 115. Parker, Marsha ..., 117, Parker, Ri1"l1ar1l ...... . Parks, Louis. . . . . .89. Parmesan. Mary, . 117 129, Parmesan. liosalii' .... . . Parr, Ken ..,,....... Parrish, Karen . . ,74. 139, Parrish. Ken ..... . . . Parsley, Mary ......... Paseoe, Elizabeth .... 117. Paseoe, Joseph , , . ,75. Pass, Priscilla. . . . . Pasvantis, George. , . .75. Pasya11tis.Kat11y . . . . . Pate. Bruce .,... . . . Pattersoii, Cynthia . . .89. Patteson. Robert . . . 101,, Pi1lltlll,1:I'lt'l' . . . 101 159, 246. Paul, Vieki ..., 118, 149 Pauley, 11111111 ......... Pawelek. 1111-ky ......, , Pawley, l81izabet11 . , 39, 75 1 151 Pawley. l,i1lt'll'121. , . 118 Payne. Riekey ..... . . . Pe111lie, Anne , . . 118, 121, Pedraja, Marilza .... . . Pendergrall, Bernard. , . , Pendleton. NllIlt'y', . . . . . Pennington. Diana . , . . . Pennington. Greg. 118. 233 Pennington. TI'1l'lil 101 157 Pepperell. Debbie. . . 118 Pe1'ez,Char1es, . . , . , . Perez, Eva ,... . .75, Pt'fl'Z,,1OC ..... . . . Pernell, David. , . .. . . l,t'I'l10LlL1. Barbara. . . Perry, Brenda. . . . . . Perry, lane . . , . . 118 Perry. .l0l1I1 .,... 75 159 Perry. Kathleen. . . P1-I1-rki11,,1u1ie, , , Peters, Anne , , , Peters, 11113111111 , . Peters, Sharon . Peters, Walter, . Pets,-rso11, Bill ,,,,, P6lI6I'S0l1.,10It . , , 118 Peterson, Steve , Petkas. Jllllllly' ,,,, Petrvalsky.Gera1d , , Petty, Marvin , , Pfeffer, Ben, . Phillips, Dorian . Phillips, Reba ..... Piazza, Anthony. , .89 Piazza. Nancy ,,,,, Piekard, Chris, 76. 170 Piekett, Charlotte, , , Pieratt, Marlisc , , 101 Pike, Jeanette .... 76 181110, Donald, . . 101 Pippi11, lolin ,,,,,, Pippin, Mildred ,.,, 101 . 89 143 . 76 101 101 118 161 101 178 155, 170, 241, 118 101 1 1 a 1 v 1 v 117 117 117 153 167 .74 117 .74 74 117 180 .74 151 153 100 . 89 160 117 117 148 132 75 132 1 18 118 139 178 200 248 153 118 .75 132 185 187 . 75 148 118 . 89 118 118 242 173 148 .101 145 . 89 118 101 . 89 148 272 118 118 . 76 118 153 . 76 132 174 149 224 161 . 89 118 101 187 290 291 187 118 159 171 253 178 178 P1i11,Bi1sy. . . . . .76 Polak. Larry, , , , , Polan.Te11, , , , , Po1inski,,1an . , 101 Porter, Pam ....... 101 Porter, Stephanie, , , , , Posey, Carol. .76, 101 151 Potter, Cynthia 46, 76 132 160, 183, 197, 221 262, 263, 264, 265 Pottkotter, Vicki ,,,,,,. Poulos, Steve ,,,,,,,,, Powell, Barbara . . . 59, 76 160,189.225,277 Powell, Bill ,,,,,,, 101 Powell, ,lulia ,.... 76, 155, 173, Powell, Patrick William , . . Power, 51'ott ,,,, 101, 129 147, Powers, Ann , ,,,,, , Powers. Penny , , ,76, Powers. Sliaron , , 118, Pratt, Peggy. . . . . . Price. David ,,,, . , 118, Price, Don ..,,,,,,,,, Price, Pris .,..... T , . . Price, Sally , 101, 168, 171, Prickett, Brad ,,,,,,,,, Priest. Allyson . , .77, 129, 134, 135, 137, 140, 145, 183, 189, 212, 219, Priest, Jana .......... Prigge, Alan, 101, 200, 272, Prince, Peyton . ,,.., 77, Prior, Judy ...... . . . Prochazka, Ronald . . , . . Puccio, Patti ..,.. , . . Pulley, Robert, . . . . . Pumilia, Dennis, , , . , . , Pung, Douglas. . . . . 101, 246, Purvis, Linda ......... Pntnznn, JU1n1I1 , . , 118, 233, Q Quast, Don ....... 101, Quebe,C1e111ent, , , . , , , Q11i1111, A11n ..... . , Quinn. Susie ,,,,, , , 11 Bah. .-Xrnie ,,,,.,,,, , Ragusa, Nanettc ,.,... 77, Bailsbavk. Brenda, 101. 157 Rainey. '1'ony:1 ,,,,., 101 151, 195 Ramming. Barliara ,..... Range, Ann ,...,.... . Bansom, Chris ,,... 118, Ransoin, Parker, , 118, 241 Raulston, Nancy . 101, 151 Rawlings, Sally ........ Bay, Donna ..... . . . Bziybon. Robert ,....... l1ay'l1u1'n, Becky ,..., 118 Read, Diane, ,77, 139, 160 218. 273 R1-111ling. Betsy . 44, 67, 77 131. 132, 134, 138, 171, 191 1111111111115 Bob. . . 118. 241 80011, Mike .......... Reed, Monty' . . , 119. 143 R1-1-11, Naney .,,,,,,. , Reecl. P111 ,,,,,,. RL'l'tlt'l'. Mari-1-lla . . . 81,-es. Bill ...,,. 177 183 101 118 145 160 151 195 157 258 277 118 101 132 287 178 170 191 . 76 132 155 . 89 132 148 . 76 242 . 89 . 76 189 118 132 141 304 118 284 280 101 118 118 136 118 160 248 118 242 233 101 . 77 . 77 . 89 253 253 103 212 118 101 304 242 163 101 . 77 118 157 189 287 129 135 218 246 119 233 119 . 77 193 . 78 2599 .89 ...103 133, Reeves, Marv ,,A,, , , , Reichek. Manny. . .78 159 Reid, Joe A4,,,,, , , , Reid, Patti ....... 101. Reierson, Suzy , . .95 101 Reinhardt, Pat ,,A, , , , Reinhart, Emily. . .78 159 Reinsehmidt, Emily. . . . . Renard, Susan. . . . . . . Rcstivo, Carol. . . . .78 Restivo, Greg ,,.,, . . . Restivo, Patrick ,,44 102 Revis, Raymond , 102 132 Rexer, Robert ,4,,, , , , Reys, Raul .......,,. Reynolds, Bess . . .78, 129 134, 135, 139 Reynolds, Kit ,,,,,,, 78 Reynolds. Rebecca ,,,,4, Reynosa, Fisher ...., 102 Rhein, Anne ,,,, 60, 78, 143. 175. 176. 183 Rhodes, lfred ...... 119 Rhodes, Jamie ,,,.,,,A , Rhodes, Molly ...... 109. 129, 160, 208, Rhodes, Sue ,,,,,,..,, Rhyne, Charles ,,,,,, 78 Rice, Cathy ..,,,,,,, Rice, Richard, , , 102, 147 Rice, Ronny ,,,,,,,,,, Rich. Mark ..... 37, 78 Richards, Larry. , Richardson, Annette , . Devon Richardson, Richardson, Jerrie. Richardson, Jim, , Richardson, Tim , Riddle, Renee, , Ridgeway. Jan, . Ridley, Kayl . . . Riggs, David . , , Riggs, Hazel .,,A Ring, Rhydonia . Rische, Royal, , . Rives, Bill ,,,,, Rizzo, Frank , , , Roark, Pat . , , , Robbins, llugh . , Robbins, Mike 79, 200, 201, Roberts, JoBetl1. , Roberts, Linda , , Roberts. Sybi . . . Robertson. Lee , , 167, Robertson, Lillie , Robertson, Patty , Robinson, John , , Robinson, Melissa. Roden, Cathy . . . Rodenbaugh, Jim . Rodenhaver, Barrie Rogers, Richard. . Rohrer, Sharon , , Roos, Martha , . , Roquemorc, Ricky Rosenbaum, Ronnim Ross, Janie ,,,, Roth, Wendy , , Rouse, Susan , , Ruiz, Albert, , , Runnels, Sandra . 119 224. f78 188 224, 100 200 102 1:14 188 119 .79 300 INDEX 1 199 102 . 78 246 174. 119 159 246 . 79 102 v 102, 236. 157. 79 1551 119, 102, 189, 148, 139, . 89. v Q v s 1 v 4 119 287 . 89 149 160 . 78 183 101 101 172 101 161 155 176 233 133 189 155 119 224. 133 191 242 119 119 253 119 187 119 160 119 161 119 119 102 119 102 119 102 102 119 249 102 191 159 248 . 78 . 89 175 241 167 248 159 102 178 129 238 159 133 255 119 178 171 273 119 119 102 . 89 160 160 119 119 119 119 161 . 79 Ruppert, Bill ,,,, Rust, Leah A,,,,, Ruthslrom, David, , Ryland, Gigi ,,,,, Ryland, 'l'homas, , , S Saeeomanno, Debbie . , Sadler. Kermit , , , St. Cyr, Ben ,.,.. Salzhandler, Danny , Salzhandler, Frank , Sanders, Cassie . . . Sanders, Lesley, , . Sanders Pam, , , 102, Sanders Roy ,,,,, , Sanders, Steve. , . 119, Sanford, Roseann ,,,, 187. Santa Maria, Freddie , , Santamaria, John . .79, Santa Maria, Mari ,,,, Santarcangelo, Mary Ann Sapp, Bill ........ Sass. Denise, . , Saucedo, Sylvia, . , Sauer, Bill, , , Sawyer, Dwayne Scanlin, Cathy, , Scanlin, David. . Sehallert, Olivia ..... Schattel, Paula . St 'hindler, Cynthia- 1 Sf-hintllt-r. Paris. . 120, Sehissler. Richard, . . St'l1l1f7ltlE?I',CI't1lg . , , Schneider, Kenneth. . , St-hoenvogel, Ann ,,,, Sehoettle, Anna 39, 80, . 185. St-hoverling, Lynn . . 183, Schreiber, Ruby, . 102. Sclirum, Nancy , . , , Schubert, Michael. . , Schulenburg, Paige Schuller, Martha . Schulze, Jennifer , , , Schumacher. Jim , Schumiliver, lrene Schuster, Prism-illa. Schwaiger, John, , Schwartz, Dale . , Schwartz, Jean , , Schwarz, Creg, , , Scott, Linda ,,,, Scruggs, Bob 120, Seaborne, Mary, , Seals, Sandy ,,,, Sedeno, Jorge. , , Seger, Donna . . , Seghers, Suzanne , Selke, Barbara, 81, Sentcr, Mike , , , Serey, Rally. . . . Settleniyre, Shirley Seybold, Francie , Seybold, Mary. . . Seymour, David, , .79.167 .. ..89 .. .102 .. 119 .. .119 102,161 102.242 ... 102 .. 102 .. .250 ... 119 .79,193 159,165 .. .102 233,241 102,171 195.273 119,249 250,255 102,159 264,265 .. 119 .79,236 .. .119 119.178 .. ..80 .. 5,80 .. .102 .. ..80 119,180 ... 102 ... 119 233,242 120,233 102.160 102.149 171 102,132 165,171 133,134 187,255 .80, 151 197,208 155,253 120,148 163,171 .. .120 ... 120 141,195 .. ..89 .89,161 . .. 120 149,192 .. ..80 .80,161 .. ..80 102,149 148,153 166,173 102,155 171,187 .. ..80 .. ..81 120,262 ... 102 138,149 194,195 .. .120 .. .103 157,274 129,133 145.157 183.197 160,197 103 Shafer, Esther,81, 133, 154, 155 Shanken, Perry . 103, 133 143 Shannon, Albert ,... 103, 159 199 284 Sharp, John ..... 81, 133 134 162, 166, 178 253 Sharp, Torn . 120, 146, 147 166 Shattuck, Toni , . 120, 153 163 Shearer, David 81, 200, 224, 231 Shearer, Harvey ,,,,,,,,, 81 Shearer. Marv. , . 120, 123, 191 shtlpii.-ni, 841. ,.., 41, 81, 242 Shepherd, Kathy , 103, 135, 138 Shepherd, Maury ,,,,,,, 120 Sherwood, Ron ,....... 120 Shilstoue, Margaret,81. 183, 189 Shinkle, Lane ,......... 81 Shirley, Debby ..,... 81, 183 Shoemaker, Marla. . . 1 103, 141 153, 171, 209 Sliudde, Corinne 103, 129, 153 157. 171 Simmonds, Carol ,,,,,,, 120 Simmonds, Paula ..... 81. 191 Simms, Kathy,81, 133, 134, 135 145, 171, 191, 218 Simons, George ,,,,,,,, 120 Simons, Loinc.8l, 160, 171, 183 Simpson, Floyd ...... 89, 187 Sims. Debbie ,..,.... . 120 Sinclair, Diane ...., 120, 148 Singer, l.ori ,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Singleton, Bobby , 103, 143, 153 167, 198, 199. 252 Singleton, Heather ....,, 120 Sins, Mike ,,,,,, , , , 120 Siraeusano. Kathy .,...., 103 Skaff, Penny ,,,,,,,,, 103 Skantlalis, Kosta . .82, 133, 143 162, 167. 199 Skelley, Katherine . 46. 82. 129 157, 159. 160. 183, 197 Skelley, Larry ....,, 120, 275 Skelton, Charles. ....... 120 Skidmore, Cindy ,,,,,,,, 89 Skidmore, Martha ....... 103 Skipper, Elizabeth. .37 120, 148 Slade. Steve ...... . . . 120 Slade. Tracy, , , , , , 120 Slanina, Suzanne , ,82, 193 Sloekett, Linda .... 120, 129 Slojer, ,John ,,,,,, ,,,, 8 9 Smith, Brandon, . 120 147, 148 151, 178, 185 186, 187 Smith, Brian ..... . . , 120 Smith. Cathy '..... 120, 173 Smith, Cherie ..... .82, 149 Smith, Cynthia 82, 157 159, 173 194, 195 Smith, David . . . . .89, 103 Smith, Devin . . . . 103. 178 Smith, Donald .... .... 1 20 Smith, Donna ,.... ,... 8 2 Smith, Elizabeth .... 103, 1.80 Smith, Froniea , , , , 120 Smith, Gary ,..... ,82, 159 Smith. Janet ,,,,,, , , , 103 Smith, Karen 103. 149 155, 163 173 Smith, Ken ,,,,,, , , , 103 Smith, Kent. . . . 103 160, 167 Smith, Malcolm. . .83 151, 288 Smith, Marla ,.... . . . 103 Smith. Mary Lynn , , 120, 148 Smith. Randy ..... 120, 177 Smith, Roger . . 7. 83 129. 133 Smith, Sally, 103, Smith, Sarah .83, Smith, Snow, Sally ,,,, 134, Smith, Steve .... Susan . . . Smith, Tommy , , Snyder, George , Solomon, James. , . Solomon, Louis . 147, 133, 171, 133, 103, 103, 120, Sony, Mike , , , Sorensen, Norman Sorensen, Walter Sorsby, Gwen ., . . 103, 171, Soucy, James . . . Sparks, Bob, , , Sparks, Claudia , Spaw, Richard. , , Speck, Don .,,, 103, Speck, Pat. , , Speed, Sharman, Spell, Ronnie , , , Sphar, Ernest. . , . 121. Spi11er,Jan . , , Spjut, Susie .,,, Stahl, Susan ,,,, Stamey, Mindy . . 104, 262, Staneiell, Curtis, , Stanuell, Jan , , , 7 , , Stark, Morris , . . 121, Starustka, Tommy Statham, Cheryl, , Stavinoha, Lynn. . 104, Steele, John, , , , , Steele, Pamela. . . . . Steen, Stephanie . . Steeger, Bob ....... Steinmann, Henry . . . 1 Stephan , Nelly .... 83 Stephens, Cindi .... Stephens, Mike .... Stephenson, Debbie. . Sterling, Stevens, Stevens, Stewart, Stewart, Bobbie .... Ann .83, 1571 Russell. . 121 Len . 57, 83, Mike ..... St. John, David ,,,, Stockard, Chip .... Stockton, Gay ..... Stokes, Phyllis .... Stokes, Sean. . . . . Stone, Lee ...... . Storey, Vicky. . . 121 Stover, Susan . . Strahan, Zadie. . Straughan, Donna. . Strother, Sherry. Stuhmer, Janet . . Stultz, Donna. . . Suhler, David. . . Suhler, Mike . . Suhler, Pat . . . Sullenger, Janis . Sullivan, Bill 121, 159, Suman, Donny . . . 83, 155. 164, 195, 134, 199, i04Q 167, 148, 153, 191, 103, 121, 154, 201, . 83, 104, 148, 105, 263, 249, . 83, 145, 255, 121, 153. . 83, 121, 160, 233, 153, 119, 121, 121, 148 165 121 121 121 233 136 v 4 a 4 a 167 165 273 143 157 242 120 160 200 187 103 120 120 . 89 157 209 278 103 121 166 155 250 250 159 121 104 187 121 121 160 274 121 104 271 246 121 171 262 178 .83 121 104 104 134 163 160 174 148 163 121 183 242 175 121 233 242 121 148 . 89 121 164 171 14-8 157 121 155 121 . 89 121 121 121 104 241 160 226, Suttle, Barbara . . Suttles, Kathy. . . Suttles, Mary . . . Swain, Georgia . , Swanson, Debbi. . Swatv, Kathy '... 166, 201, 224 232, 242, 304 , . . . . . 104 104, 133, 157 , . . 121, 148 121, 157, 160 149 .,,.83, . , .83, 286 Swaynie, Steve ,..,.,... 84 Swift, Sandra ...,.. 104, 175 T Takeuchi, Takashi ....... 121 Talley, Bill ,...,.. 246, 248 Talley, Claudia . . 121, 122, 157 Talley, Susan ....., 104, 157 Taniborella, Marianne .,... 121 Tankersley, Karen , . . 104, 153 Tannenbaum, Esther . . 121, 148 Tanton, Rick , . . 121, 233, 242 Tashnek, Nanette. .84, 145, 149 Tasian, Cerald .,.. 84, 141, 253 Tate, Pam. . .84, 133, 135, 136 140, 184, 185, 186 187, 171, 219, 304 Tatum, Peggy ...... 104, 157 Taub, Jol1n11y .,..... 89, 253 Tausend, Mare ......., 121 Tausend, Woody . 104, 160, 200 201 Taylor Adele. . . 121, 171, 275 Taylor, James ...... 122, 241 Taylor Julia .,.. 39, 50, 57, 89 149, 185 Taylor Karen .... 68, 84, 133 i 145, 171, 183 Taylor Karen Sue ,... 84, 157 Taylor, Paul ........ 89, 186 Taylor, Richard. . 104, 242, 24,5 Taylor, Robert ......., 122 Taylor, Stanley . . 104, 160, 167 201, 251 Teaehworth, Rhonda ..... 122 Teaff, Jessica .,...,.... 84 Teague, Margo . .104. 129. 160 189, 270. 271 Templeton, Flair .....,. 122 Tencnbown, Mike ....... 286 Tenison, Anne . . 104, 160, 197 Terry, Sandy ......... 122 Terry, Sheryn .......... 89 Thackston, Debbie ...... 122 Thayer, Evin .... 84, 151, 304 Thomas, Allen. ,,.., 122, 187 Thomas, Loretta ,..., 122, 160 Thomas, Patty .,,.. 70, 82, 85 157, 183, 188, 189 Thompson, Debbi ..,.... 104 Thompson, Erwin .... 122, 177 Thompson, John , . . , , . 178 Thompson, Jerry ....... 104 Thompson, Katherine. ,... 122 Thompson, Linda. ,84, 157, 165 171, 183, 189 Thompson, Marilyn ...... 122 Thompson, Marilyn ...... 122 Thompson, Susy . 104, 185, 187 197 Thornhill, Tom .,.,. 104, 155 Thornton, Michele Thrash, .ludv . . . . . 104,253 . 39, 50, 85 133, 153, 185. 191, 255 Thurman, Mike . ...,...104 Timmons, Terry. . .85, 133, 134 236 Tilley, Linda ,..,.. 122, 171 Tish, Donna .... 122, 148, 151 213 Toclaro, Ann . . . 122 148 Tolar. Paul , .. ..... Totes, Mary. . . . . . 122 Toomey, John ....., 104 Touliatos, Evelyn ..,.... Toy, Steven .,...., 122 Trammell, Martha. . 44, 85 279, 281 Travis, ,l0l1l1 ....... 122 Travis, Patti .,...... 85 Traylor, Catherine ....... Traylor, Kitty. . . 104 189 Triche, Sonny ,89, 159, 160, Trigg, Marguerite .... 104 159 Trimble, Debi. . . . . . Trimble, Nant-y. . . . . Troutenko, Nadia. . . . . Truxillo, Karin .,...... Tumlinson, Jerry , . . . . . Turner, Jeff .... 104 129 167 Turner, Lynn . . .... 85, Turner, Sheila ..,... 122, Tuttle, Lisa .... 122 138 Tuyes, Dave ...... . . . Tyner, Ken ..... . . U llllrieh, Martin .... . . llnderwood, Georgia . . , . Underwood, Mike. . . . . V Vacearo, Sherry ........ Vaeek, Mary. .85, 129, 145, Valadez, Louis .,....... Valero, Lourdes. . 104 149 163, 173, 192, Valian, Martha , ..... 85, Vanderhoef, Louise 104, 145, Van Slyke, Dana .... 122 Van Slykc, Daryl .... 104 Van Slyke, Steve ....... Van Zyverden, Alida ..... Van Zyverden, Annekc .... Vargas, Buddy .......,. Vaughn, Kenneth ,... 108, 224, Vaughan, Mike 44, 89 133 201, 224, 226, 230 285 Venegas, Frank .,.. 122 Venn, Cindy. 122, 148 165 Venn, Vicki ,... 104, 133 Vest, Robin . 122, 143 Vestal, D011g13S . Vickers, Martha .... Vierling, Danny. Vincent, Ginger. 178, 179, Vincent, Hugh .... Viviano, Tommy . . . Vogler, Karen. . . Vogt, Chris ..... Vradenburg, Lynn . . . 86 180 Vrba, Kathy ....... W Waddel, David ..... Waddell, Hugh . . 104, Waddell, John. . . 122, Wade, David . . . 104, Wade, Debbi . Wagner, Alicia . , . . 240 142 181 .86 187 233 129 141 160 216 171 122 293 160 . 89 253 188 287 177 195 122 215 276 157 171 , 85 . 85 122 . 85 . 89 160 201 171 155 163 104 122 104 104 122 . 85 191 122 153 193 183 160 249 249 104 160 . 85 122 122 242 139 287 177 261 145 241 . 85 122 . 85 143 191 104 122 104 122 122 138 . 86 224 227 241 133 147 . 89 191 XWIlgllt'l'. Dale .... 86. 133, 143 166. 242 Wagner, Susan . . . 83. 86, 189 Waldo, Vallee. . . . . . . 105 Wa1k1r1', Alicia. . .... 89 Walker, Dale . . . . . . 122 Walker, D1-bbie. . 122. 148 Walker. .lulie . . . . 122 Vilalker. Lucy . . 38, 86 Walker, Reid . . . . . . 105 Walker, Rita . . . . . . . 122 Wallace, Bill .... . 105, 253 Wallace, Greg. . . . 122, 233 Wallace, Harry . . . .89, 161 Wallace, Roberta . . . . . 122 Wallace, Rusty .,.. , 80, 89 Walters, Jim ,,..., ,89. 177 Walters. Ricky . . 123 233 249 Warren, Dianne. . . , . . . .89 Waters, George .... 123 249 Waters, John , . , .86 158 159 224 232 Waters, King .... 86 133 135 137, 147, 199 288 304 Watkins. Joan .,.... 105 293 Watson, Bonnie .... , . . 123 Watson, Hannah ........ 87 Watson. Jan .... 105 157 160 171, 197 Watts, John ,..... ,89, 286 Weaver, Buddy . . 105 160. 275 Weaver. Nancy ,... . , . 123 Webb, Catherine ....,. 123 Webb, Nlike. . . . . . . .89 Webber. Dan .......,,. 89 Weems, Ellen. . . 105 149, 171 280 Welboan, Hallie .... . . . 123 Welboan, Joan . . . . . .87 Wells, Bradley, . . . . . . 105 Wells, Chip . , . . . . . 123 Wells, Craig .... . . . 105 Wcnkebach. Janis. . . . . .87 West. Deborah . . . . . . . .87 Westmoreland. Ann. . . 105, 149 221 Westmoreland, Brad , . 105, 145 146, 147, 160 Westmoreland, Fred ..... 123 Wetzel, Richard .,.,,.,. 105 Whalen, Karen ...,.... 123 What1ey.Jane.87, 129, 171, 193 Wheeler, Jody ...,..,.. 123 Wheeler, Mark ......... 87 Wheeler, Mike 36, 40, 104, 105 136, 159, 199, 304 Whelcss, Bob . . . 105, 160, 284 White, Chat ....... 123, 241 White, Cordon . . ..,.. 123 White, Kathy . . . . . 123. 149 White, Mary Lee . . .... 123 White, Nancy. . . . . .87, 149 Wl1ite. Preston ......... 89 Whiteman. Bruce ........ 89 Whitten, Pam. 38, 87, 147, 151 185, 186, 187, 193, 221, 278 Wicoff, Bobby ...... 105, 155 Wilber, Luey ......... 123 Wilber, Sally ...... 105, 151 Wilcox, Susan ...... 105, 187 Wilder, Kathy. . . 105, 153, 157 Wilhoit, James . . 123, 143, 149 Wilkins, Elaine ........ 105 Willett, Kathy. . . . . . 123 Williams, Bebe . . . . . 123 Williams, Carl. . . ...87 Williams, Danny . .... 123 Williams, Hollis ,...., '87, 161 Williams, Joy .... . . . 123 Williams, Kathy. . . . . . 105 Williams, Karen. . ..... 89 Williams, Marcus. , . 123, 178 Williams, Margo .... 123, 160 Williams, Mike ...... 86, 87 Williams, Richard. . . , , . 123 Williams, Sally . . . . . . 123 Williams, Susan. . . . . . 123 Williams, Wade. . . . . . 105 Willis, Hanna, . . . . . 105 Willis. Kim . . . . .89 Willoughby, Lynn. . . . 261 Wilson, Caron. . . . . . 105 Wilson, Charles. . . . , 105 Wilson, Mary ..... .87. 123 Wilson Michael .... . . . 105 Wilson Perry. . . 105 236, 240 1 253, 283 Wilson Vivien . . . . . 105 Winslow. Tina ..... 123, 187 Withers, Ellen, . . 105 157, 274 Withers, Wink .... 105, 201 Wittrock, 7110111 . . 123 227, 233 241 Wojecki, Marilyn. . . . , . 105 Wolfe, Neile. 123. 138 148. 304 Wolters. Carolyn .... 1.06, 123 Wood, Brenda .,... 105, 157 Woodham, Vela. ..,..... 88 Woodruff, Don .... . . , 177 Woodruff, Ray . . .89 105, 253 Woodson, Jim. . , 118 123, 249 Woody, Pat ....... 123, 181 Wooldridge, Nancy . . .88, 193 Wooley, Jimmy . . .88 159, 160 167, 170. 171, 198, 199, 220 Wooley, Tommy , . . . 123, 250 Wooters, Bi11y.97, 105 133, 251 Word, Steve. .98, 100, 105, 129 133, 143 167, 190 201, 216, 236, 238 Wright, Debbie ......... 88 Wright, Ellen ..... , 123. 155 Wright Janice . .88 157, 172 Wright, Jenny .,..... 89 Wright Susan ....,. 105, 197 Wright, Tebbie ..... 105, 178 179, 180, 181, 187 Y Yale, Ara ...... 88, 146, 147 Yancy, Barbara , . ..... 123 Yandell, Mike. . . . . 123, 178 Yardley, Ellyn ........,. 88 Yardley. lan. , . . ,88, 105, 157 ,Yaworsky, Kathy ........ 88 Yaworsky, Stephanie . . 120, 123 Young, Donnie . ..,.... 123 Young, Molly . . . 123, 148, 187 Young, Rhonda. , ...... 123 Young, Robert .,.., 123, 253 h Z Zabak. Nadia ..,....., 123 Zachariah, J .J . ,... . ,... 105 Zachariah, Steve ..... 7, 80, 88 160, 161, 173, 287 Zachry, Cathy. . . 105, 133, 159 171, 173, 197 Zalk, Sandy .......... 105 Zahek, Walter. . ...... 105 Zemanek, Frances . . . 123,253 Ziminerman, Ann .... 105, 172 Zinola, Robert. . , 161, 188 Zollars, Jan . . , . . 108, 123 301 September 1st - Sophomore Orientation 5th - First day of school Bth - Lamar vs. Bellaire, 14-40 12th - Junior Achievement Assembly 14th - Cherokee Assembly 16th - Lamar vs. Williams, 7-36 22nd 4 Club Drawings 22nd - Lamar vs. San Jacinto, 14-35 28th - Lamar vs. Kashmere Gardens, 6-42 October 6th - Lamar vs. Sam Houston, 7-34 11th - Senior Panoramic Picture 13th 19th - Lamar vs. Reagan, 14-14, Ramal Homecoming Dance - Spirit Club Assembly - Holiday, Texas State Teachers, Association Convention 14-28 19th - Lamar vs. Davis, 14-19 20th - Sadie Hawkins Dance 21st "The Nlikadol' 26th - Lamar vs. Waltrip, 18-13 27th November 3rd - Lamar vs. Lee, 13-24 4th - College Boards 4th - NDCC Turkey Shoot 8th - P.T.A. Open House 9th 4 Lamar vs. Washington, 10th - "Red Shoes" 17th - Mirabeau Melodrama 18th 21st - Basketball, Lamar vs. Sterling, 50-43 Basketball, Lamar vs. South Houston, 51-46 22nd - Basketball, Varsity vs. Exes 72-62 23rd-24th - Holiday, Thanksgiving 27th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Williams, 51-49 29th - Basketball, Lamar vs. San Jacinto, 41-50 December 1st-2nd - Corpus Christi Tournament 2nd - College Boards 5th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Kashmere Gardens, 53-50 6th - Football Banquet Bth-9th - Brazosport Tournament 12th 12th 15th 18th - Arrowhead Banquet - Basketball, Lamar vs. Sam Houston, 56-53 - Basketball, Lamar vs. Reagan, 47-56 - Christmas holiday begins 19th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Davis, 58-53 22nd f Basketball, Lamar vs. Waltrip, 61-68 27th-29th - Jaycee Tournament January 2nd - School reopens 2nd - Basketball, Lamar vs. Lee, 59-57 6th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Washington, 9th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Williams, 78-4-8 11th - Basketball, Lamar vs. San Jacinto, 52-62 302 School Year Crzlendar of Events 13th - College Boards 17th H Basketball, Lamar vs. Kashmere Gardens, 11-9-83 19th 4 Senior Prom l9th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Sam Houston. 51-4-9 26th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Beagan, 115-75 26th - First semester ends 26th - Baccalaureate and Commencement, Lamar Auditorium 29th - Second semester begins 30th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Davis, 47-49 31st Hootenanny February lst - Basketball, Lamar vs. Waltrip, 50-73 2nd-3rd - Lamar Invitational Speech Tournament 7th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Lee, 50-59 9th - Club Drawings 9th - Basketball, Lamar vs. Washington, 641--67 16th-17th - "Little Mary Sunshinell 20th - Choralette Assembly Zlst - Holiday, Fat Stock Show 29th - Spring Football Game March lst - Basketball Banquet 2nd - College Boards 7th f Choralette Show at Jones Hall 22nd - Basketball, Varsity vs. Faculty 29th - Baseball, Lamar vs. Waltrip April 2nd 4th - 4th - Sth - 5th - 9th - Baseball, Lamar vs. Lee Baseball, Lamar vs. Williams One-Act Play Contest Wichaka Field Day Swimming Banquet Baseball, Lamar vs. San Jacinto 9th-l0th e Evaluation 12th-15th - Holiday, Easter 13th 16th 18th 20th 23rd 23rd 26th - College Boards - Baseball, Lamar vs. Waltrip - Baseball, Lamar vs. Lee - "Music Manu - Baseball, Lamar vs. Williams - National Honor Soeietv lnstallation A Baseball, Lamar vs. San Jacinto May 3rd - Max' Fete ll th l6th 17th 23rd 24th 26th 31st Slst - College Boards f Awards Day, Cap and Gown Day - Senior Prom - Orendrz Banquet - Orendas distributed - Baccalaureate f Commencement, Coliseum - Last day of school Past, Present, and Future As the final deadline draws near, l have a feeling of excitement and accomplishment that I cannot express. Every member of the staff has worked many long hours in the hope that this yearbook will capture the complete story of Lamar High School, 1968. To them l will always be grateful. Beverly Brady and Carol Noel worked well ahead of deadlines to produce an imaginative Life section. Don Babel was responsible for the unusual Fac- ulty section, Barbara Brady, Alex Kaldis, and Mike Wheeler compiled the huge Club section. The Senior section was efficiently handled by Pam Tate and Robbie Herveyg the ,lunior and Sophomore sections were organized by Alice McGee and lrene Beasley, re- spectively. The Girlsl Sports section was the special project of Jan Journeay, and Donny Suman created the Boys' Sports. My deep appreciation goes to our excellent photogra- phers - Neile Wolfe, Evin Thayer, Chris Ransom, and Mr. J. P. Crowe. They were coop- erative in every way and did an exceptional job with a tremendous responsibility. The business staff, headed by John Lay and Mary Kay Davis, very ably handled the subscription drive and finances. Members included Phyllis Koenig, Brad Duff, King Waters, Becky Alvis, and Guy Burkhart. l also want to thank Mrs. Glen Chase, the busi- ness staff sponsor, for her thoughtfulness and concern. Hendricksenis, Kaye Marvins, Boulandels, and Foleyls Photoflex Studios were a constant and much-appreciated help. Mr. D-Eon Priest, representing Taylor Publishing Company, was invaluable with his creative suggestions. l want to thank the faculty and the student body for all their coop- eration and support, but most of all my gratitude goes to Mrs. lris Loep without whose patience, guidance, and advice this book would not have been possible. Although an editor expects a certain number of problems and crises in the production of a yearbook, l must admit that l was not prepared for such a disaster as the beauty pic- tures going astray in Europe. For a time it looked as if there would be six blank pages in the Limelight section. l was rescued by two kind and generous benefactors in New York City who not only paid for another set of pictures but delivered them personally to Mr. and Mrs. Burton. l am also indebted to Eastern Airlines who rushed the second set of pictures to New York so that they could be judged and returned in time for the Orenda deadline. The willingness of people whom l have never met to help a high school year- book editor with a problem almost overwhelmed me and I will be forever grateful. lt is unfortunate that our early deadline does not permit us to include many of La- mar's spring activities. The One-Act Play Contest, the Choralette show at Jones Hall and their California trip, the Mixed Chorus, production of "Music Man," and the band con- cert are several of the year's remaining events. ln addition there are the baseball, track, and swimming seasons as well as Senior Day, the prom, and Commencement, all of which make the end of the year a busy one for Lamar students. This book now belongs to you, the students, and we of the staff hope that you will like and approve of our efforts. For those of us who are graduating, particularly, this year at Lamar will always have a special meaning as we each look forward to what the future holds. llyson Priest Grenda Editor 1968 304 EDITOR .5 NOTE A.. ..n.Q..n.-.-- .....4..- .VL- VK' . 5 I If-. , I 1 5 , Y I ly '5 , I J we , V, . 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