Monterey High School - Chaparral Yearbook (Lubbock, TX)

 - Class of 1974

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Scene l Onstage Scene II In the arena Scene lll In the classroom Scene IV Epulogue In the clubhouse All Stars lunzors Sophomores Producers Cast Seniors ...........,........... wo Peoplef e y i caught e Sh in the acteof y ' i l i Being Themselves. . .y 5 l e V wanting desperately l i 'y to be accepted, not wanting to accept anything, just trying to live for now. . . . . .wanting to be heard- yet, not knowing quite what to say. . . straining for the right e i to be Someone- but not knowing who they want to be. 4555 Q MWUWTFUPW' pi K :grim ff N Q 5.5, My 5 ,, il . gi K i j ff if you .W -..-. ,..... , , we-' 1 32 if 4, mi, , K 'Bm K 1-WN 4. nf ., .1 u pf" '54 ad -ws. n '43 L,:M ,, 5, ., xp' 4,.. ,. A four fffq'-at ,',,,.,,-Nr an im? N. Ab '14 in Y gi ' R ly r . jp. J s ' 2 li fffllsl .ii y. I 1 I , QIQQVZ nl 4 E 2:1 ' 'KX F., X -Q five Six Costumling is important?-- , ghe' r ight' mask, 1 Pf0Pef m 0de Of 58255, perfe'cf make-up+' everything, ' ' necessary .- topresent a.flaw Igg55image. They rc-Llfjfeafse. HR, 1 .M 5.uk.' x ,,f b- Dv 5 Nlrgg fix x-.fhq . . E ' 235' V . Y - 9. Q! Wfwfb 3" rm 5 F93 . LH if ' , i ig ' gs . SEVEN ?'Sf'fff 2- ...fmdmg that the fmal curtain IS actually Opening Night ,ti caan 42'-. ,. I in l, f 1 Wzfhf ff, ,' 1 J 4 . 1417 ' " ' J"'v 1 I il' -9. . 24 -4 ,-' N 6 i Q ,, 4-,PSY ,J .V -1 Ska' uf- 4, H -f " in-, .. ,.w..q,... .4 ,J Ill illlll Q 'Iva A nine lc Scene I setting: onstage As the curtain rises, there is a mad scramble for one single Spotlight . . . QONQ, 1? ...those who are in it make full use IMAX ofthe pool of light . .. Q ...some can only stand around the edge, clamoring for center stage . . . . . . others, dejected, seek the darkest corners ofthe stage . .. .. . yet, everyone is essential to the action. NEG I f fllll fN IU" twelve C h r l e e united the Plains- men this year to boost Monterey's 'Men to victory. More than just a group of spirited girls, they had to display their enthusiasm daily to keep up student body spirit. Incorporating the new and the old, head cheerleader jennifer Smith led the squad in touchdown merry-go-rounds, music routines, and the ever-popular "Battle Cry" to support the 'Men in their quest for another championship. Seemingly endless work was rewarded with the sweet taste of victory and the good feeling of a job well done. "W Q, gf., , 1 1 ' it fra? ,,,:1, 4 5 ,,. , 11 W, , rw ,Z 1 ' x 2 , 2 ' 3 , , f rf 'E'-'i , -,' 2 , ur., , , F -gif? by , .4 ,N il ws: Fw, ,A ',--f A 1 " 4-- 'mfr-ww 129- I ,ru , ,QF ,.-,'v-QI -1. Y, L 6 ,www ,,.-if,,',,.,,..,.- g,,,- . N, ?Jrff'f'?fxAf:M,,ef7'f32?:i-1ff ,..,Q. , '15 'F we -: 2-41,4f?f' ?4'f?i2+a:N ,M v:'41ffgL'1? -13425552 i ii' 3f'.5,,5Efl-52'-Y.',,ZF'l?' y ".- 9 2 .- vhs' N vt- '?", "1. 1 H 'ff' f ' "'3'f x' ff'fi552gA - , , f c - P ,r f a Ai.. 1 "-fiifr-f, 5' -ff'e 1 '..:I 2 6 5 -3 ""f'fik" " ""flf'!":2"5'i.e Gii"Zfk2Jf-'1 f 1. .-S ' , 4 ,gy fra-fv ' f ',-7 -4,6 1. 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The traditional marriage booth, general store and jailhouse were joined by a roping and pie-eating contest to add to the fun of Monterey's first all-school party ofthe year. tal Scaring "Sophomore" Barry Mc'Bee, Mike Hagan struts for Chris Wright. tbl Ropers get ready for the contest at Cowtown, tc? Producing the ring, james Barton weds Ann Robbins. fd! johnny Crawford, Bruce Fillingham and Mike MCCasland relax during rehearsals. tel Sexy Robin Kirkman waits for grades from Computer john Moore as Dave Fowler tries to help her. ffl Hungry men fall into the pie-eating Contest. tg? Concentrating onthe music, Sheila Reeves and Barry MCBee dance. seventeen 4 3' -his ,-. 'T' - .wg ,ef .A I . ff ff' K, N, , 001' if Q -..-. x , W 5 'M 'ff Q, . ri .gs A' "' 9 J" - ' . ,.ll'E"' V7 ' A ' , , 351 S ' A-' 1. X- f ' 2 ' ! wx sf? .fs .IF , :wa LI ala' M? ,8 V y " 53 I lf: Q 9 , 533555, Qxva Q f an '55 gi g a - ' 2 A " 1 Q 2 f if 3 ' l WWE' l Q R 5 iq : .V 63111 3 Q Q "!?'W4n X jennifer Smith 13 5. X ,, , , fp . N gm X. ' ,f 9 f 12 . mi Q n 'I 1. L X 5- . ' 4 f , "J A 1- J' Pi ol X W, A Nr' '55 n Y ?'1 likw- ' 'WV 17 we-Jw 9 5 U' ,mx T" 'Ga' if Q "i - v -9 Irons I N 5 i Q . ' 1. ,. 5.. w Q . A Q M538 4 an .FQ 1 0 Q 5 'f 4 Xa , I, A x'? .-I , 2,1 ' ,--I . 1 .1 04.8 r 1' M n ' Q: N Amy While " " Cindy Willidmx N - La Y ' 6 1 af A . ,..f Q :' - 1 'tif' Melinda Rapp Cindy Anderson twenty ln with the yuletide season, Mon- terey students decided to take time to share Christ- mas with those who were less fortunate than them- selves. Selected students journeyed to various ele- mentary schools and added extra flair to Christmas by providing entertainment, refreshments and gifts to students in kindergarten through 6t grade. Others made the season merrier by providing food and gifts to needy families. These activities, coupled with play- ing Santa Claus for Goodfellows early Christmas morning, helped MHS students realize the true meaning of Christmas g N 'ft Viv ff-Q. - wigs A . A-, .fe- Q-ws 1 A JK., l ff" X Ji 4'o E 1 Inf Ny 'OQCWYC Afphubef A ' - Q 1 w . , In . f , , 'E ,S Y ,A +., ,W-ff' . -A . 9 4' V ' f B'-'. H- I ,vl + li .l ZA, My , 11 , f 14554 , l , 5 ll 0 'Q Q E r A I ks sf 1 Y V ' f, . ' "fc , A.. 9 The Music Man, Meredith Wilson's hilarious musical comedy, opened Valen- tine's evening with a slam, bang and a whistle. Bill Oakley played the part of Professor Harold Hill, a fast-talking traveling salesman who comes to River City to organize a boy's band. Playing opposite him was Mary Marable as Marian Paroo, the town's spin- ster libriarian who tries to expose Harold Hill and falls in love in the process. Supporting roles included Angie Komkov as the Widow Paroo, jan Hunter as Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn 84 Gary Beaty as Mayor Shin. lim Allman, Kenneth Koen, Evan Myers and , ' 1 1 . ,,, "W VAX' 1 si Q 5 A V P "b,.,- xvrgnrk Q59 49""h.K twenty-two an f 9 , sfxll.. lv. J, CJ, john Rose made up the barbershop quartet. Orchestral director was Mr. Mitchell Zablotney. Mr. james Ramsey prepared the choral numbers, while Mr. Harlan Reddell served as overall director for the play. Ms. Rosemary Gray and Rhonda Wil- liams took care of costuming. as l Q 4 ' 4: WU' .,,N, tal River City townspeople sing "Iowa Stubborn." lb? Rehearsing solo, Mary Marable practices for opening night. lc? With make- up, Sandi Zinn adds years to Paula Pierce's age. ld? During re- hearsals, Bill Oakley and Andrea Komkov fall into their roles. le? Concentrating on his music, Kim Colwell follows the score. ffl Trying to get the steps, dancers Bob Barnhill, Elliot Hodges and Rick Perkins watch choreographer Steve Mann, tg! Offstage, john Powell and Donna Coorner rehearse. thi Buttoning his spats, Ken- neth Koen gets ready for Music Man. lf? Var y PTI I QU M9 03 NJ in 1 , t Pl," X . A 'Q fl' Ari N? . . l rl 3? 24 ri'c?'?ffi.1i. V A 5 . gm I lx 'QI7 . qu : is . . ' og X A I twenty three Scene ll setting: in the arena Opposing teams in uniform enter from opposite sides of the stage. . . . . .winning becomes the all-important desire as they are locked in combat.. . . . .from offstage right and left, enthusiastic cheers are heard. MKII? If 5 ll 'I N V E 1 Os fm I ww Rated sixth in state son polls, Plainsmen could not seem to break the hex as they ended the season second in district at 6-1-3. An 11-7 victory over Big Spring began the '73-74 foot- ball season for MHS. Monterey's defense stymied the Steer ground attack, pushing them to -44 yards. Two s-',5.gjN I . ' at '1 .. .ti . ' S: u 'wus 'V' nm J ' W 1 . - , , ,M tf --- " --,vfzya-qv.. IW Q, ' 't ' Q' 'H Q in J' ' s V VJ t V59 ' 2"s-t A ' ' M ' 'U . , . S S .. ,A.. 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Escaping Estacado, Larry Lam- to give the Plainsmen a 3-1 district slate. ben r24g move-5 the ban, r-ompn in ifw thirty Hereford had fallenmsny- der which left the Whitefaces tied with Monterey with only one game remaining for each team. Cor- onado was the only obstacle left for Monterey and a sure district co-championship. The Plainsmen came within one yard of scoring what would have been the Ang b l y y winning touchdown, but could not pull it out. The contest ended in a 7-7 tie with Crosstown rival Cor- onado. Monterey was left 3-'I-1 in district, which was less than the Herd's 4-1 mark. Hereford received first place honors and the 'Men had to settle for second. Plainsmen gridders named to All-District and All- meta 5 M , ,., ,,,,t, A 5fE1'i' if a ' 'ri' r at , K .ig ,,,' g O , , 2 iff- in r r t"'i ti ' ,, vt I ,V ..,, ' 0 ,z y is :, ""'.,,,t,, f., ,, H i rrsr f t 5,331 ,KVV Tx' , ,gf ',t, ,, it milf ' -' f ima: ' .ti, A,,.. .,i, 4. if ,, .t,, ,,, H E, ,,.. , ,,,,. ,M ,, .,,,,.,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,. if if tr 4 JW if ,Q . f W JL," f'f'Vu1,a 's 1 A , t J ' " 4 r " i or if l ' A if Q .tfirr f.,s, Yir,: f rrrs Kal 'Men bring down a LHS ball carrier, fbi Tackling a Raider, Terry Pierce prevents the opponent from scoring. lc! Pressured by Ryder defense, Richard Holt makes a quick ton. ld! At the line of scrimmage quarter-back Dale Dillard calls the signal5. Kel With a burst of speed Dennis Blair breaks away from the op- position. M HS VARSITY SCORES MHS Big Spring MHS Ryder MHS Midland MHS Estacado MHS Hobbs MHS Hereford MHS Lubbock MHS Snyder MHS Plainview MHS Coronado - Q 1 rr Q ' "', f M., , 4 Q1 ..:i'?'i"?'f' 'iw , l3y2'f??i'J:'5W it 1 I' . a "i'.:1 .t my ef , 'rr T 3 'SQ 1? My if as ,ev- -sk 556 All V, 1 . ,. NM qw 'T A -. as -S 11' ' . 1-rife-aa' fi ' any Ze. Mit: N' '77 .,, iw -i thirty one rg 'wwfsaps M O I V provided an adequate proving ground for prospective Varsity talent by finishing the season 7-3. The Sophomores, however, failed to get it together and wound up with only one win against rival Coronado 16-6. Inexperience and injuries plagued the team. Kal tTop Rowl Fruge, Scott, Franko, Hampton, Crutcher, tSecond Rowl Reagan, Acosta, Riley, Green, Lee, Boone. lThird Rowl Shaver, Cox, Ray, Green, Lowrey, Sanders. tFourth Rowl Morgan, McCarty, Ward, Turner, Staley, Roddy. lBottoml Gardner, Van- diver, Lohoefer, Bowles, Paikowski, Leslie. tbl With anticipation ofa victory Danny Shaver halts a CHS runner. MHS Palo Du ro MHS Amarillo MHS Borger MHS Caprock MHS Tascosa MHS Coronado MHS Plainview MHS Snyder MHS Lubbock MHS thirty-two Hereford . J - . U N. AA,,7, , 'V kan -TJ. Q Az? ff: f th ...I ,, ,Q 3.4, ' ' -5 . 'Q 4 .. .xfgr 1' 9, ,. J, in .' 5 v ' x .- 0,1 A -. al , . ff X . ,I .v,,.', . '-. . x r- f "fs w gpn-snr a-gg' M N5 Monterey Cagers begins, successful1973-74 season on a le tfoot by faltering in their first against Odessa Permian. 'Men then traveled to the Midland Tournament to win conselation hon- ors before hitting a four game winning steak ended by a loss to San Angelo in the Championship game of the San Angelo Tourney. A period of inconsistancy hit the Plainsmen roundballers for the next few games as they fell to Abilene Cooper and Permian and defeated Amarillo, Abilene High and highly rated Midland High. The 'Men suffered a setback with a loss to Wichita F Skis thirty four l :za g"-fwzmwaffmimmasv N lf N Q of 9 , It ' 2 ' Ai 'A , if -,- - 3 W 'Zf' if is' 'Q ix if ,3mi?swf35wlvivgfl ix i!'! 121' 5 ' 'L kg! H K, 141 Elf, i!!1- f A QW .5 S -' -f -9' A -- W.. .:g,,,, .,,,, W, M..w,,. .-, fd I W - I -21 , Wfykffliff iii' 2 2.-3 D I was well up in the air all the way until the last game. Opening the district season for Monterey was an action-packed match with Hereford. The Herd came up on top 40-38 at the final buzzer. Crosstown rival Coronado was out for revenge after their topple to Monterey in the Caprock Tournament and revenge was what they got by a narrow margin of 48-47. The Men came back to life after their first two district outings with Monterey pounding Lubbock High 69-39 and walk- ing over Plainview 51-37. The 'Men were on a win- ning trail dumping Snyder 73-67 to conclude the en. -Q " V 3 f f '53 a -, ,r 190 'F A A fs uf fit! it X42 Q 1 ' ' 4 N' QV' i kper' " s thirty six ' z first half of district play. Hereford and Plainview tied for the first round title and the Herd was MHS'5 first foe in second round action. The 'Men had to defeat the Whitfaces to have any hopes of gaining a spot in district play-offs. KJ? Moving down court Ricky Keith fl-il eyes the opposition, tbl Staining to tip the ball Dirk Clardv f5OJ beats his CHS opponent. tc? In control of the situation Tommy Montgomery H02 goes up for two points, td! Reluounding for the Plainsmen Steve Thornell fights off lvlustangs. Kel Aiming for a basket jackson Pace KSZQ attmnpts to score for the Plainsrnen. Q Arai .x.,, Xlinjp' l ti. it MHS came through ma pressured situation to smash Hereford 64-48. The next victory tasted the sweetest to Plainsmen as they downed rival Coronado 57-53. Furthering a good winning streak Monterey shot down Lubbock High 77-52. Plainview could not match the tough play of the Plainsmen who dominated the 'Dogs 52-46. Plain- view beat Hereford for the first round titleg however, Monterey halted Plainview 52-35 to take the district crown. Bi-district action was highlighted by a 69-63 Plainsmen victory over the Borger Bulldogs. The 'Men were on the losing side of the score at the con- aw 2533 thirty eight W il -- . -11.1242 . if' gtg Cluslon of the flrgt half but managed to Pull out Wlth lil leaping up for the sure shot, jackson Parc incl Dirk C irt v full force to take the impressive victory The Men ad to tip it m. fbi mtiwring his mmm together siichilka d tu Vanced to the Regional Tournament In Abilene to girne strategy. ffl Waiting for his thanrre, Ricky Kfith leap for tht Joiincl, fd? At his usual position at the goal IC Eakin U meet El P350 Eastwood In the flrst of the Pl3Y Off intwoniore. lei Looking for daylight, Cary Garthclrihblesthrough g2lFT16S troiihle. MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS VARSITY BASKETBALL Permian San Antoniolefferson Midland Lee Palo Duro Dunbar Temple W.T. White San Angelo Amarillo Abilene Cooper Midland Abilene High Permian W.F. Rider LHS Coronado Pampa Amarillo Palo Duro Borger Pampa Hereford Coronado LHS Plainview Snyder Hereford Coronado LHS Plainview Snyder Plainview Q up 4. if 1 forty G Al N I N G experience is the purpose of a junior Varsity squad and that is exactly what hap- pened in '73-'74, MHS Lancers ended the season with a 20-8 ledger. Two of the IV losses were by two points and one loss by two buckets. The 'Men won first in the Lubbock F.C.A. tournament and placed third in IV. District Game Results MHS Hereford MHS Coronado MHS Lubbock MHS Plainview MHS Snyder MHS Hereford MHS Coronado MHS Lubbock MHS Plainview MHS Snyder the Snyder tourney. MHS sophomore roundballers ended their season with a 9-12 mark. The team gave many Sophs a chance to play high school basketball and coaches an opportunity to scout prospects for future teams. ii Qi ,fl Y x ,X .xx tai Zipping past a Lubbock Westener jimmy Garth M12 scores for the Lancers. fbi Morgan, Raullerson, Gar dner, R.Bowles, Garth, Griffith, Conine, Botkin, Overbeck, Ainsworth, Knight. fc? Boer- ner, West, Privett, Knight, Brewster, Baggett, Paikowski, Loveless, B.Bowles, Lohoefer, Vance, Watkins. fdj I I1 an attempt to SCOFG, Scott Gardner outstretches his Lubbock High opponent. lei Bat- tling with a Corondo opponent Tom West f45J attempts to gain possession of the ball. R 'I iii gg! Si MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS .,. K. Sophomore Game Results 42 Hereford 38 Coronado 63 Lubbock 49 Plainview 35 Snyder 53 Hereford 41 Coronado 59 Lubbock 50 Plainview 65 Snyder isa X og' w. . 0 P, , , ,1- ' . 1 it "' 'Q if . Q- w - 4 L " Q ' 'Mme . fi., , if - Q .,rk'gf.2 ' 5. - .--r w 4 "" '-fl, 'iff ? forty-one tracksters 1973 had many disappointments as well as many fine accomplish- ments. MHS tracksters whose combined points brought home a tie for fifth at the State meet were Bruce Williams, who placed first in the pole vault, Lane McNamara in long jump, lay Herriage in 120 high hurdles and Rickie Wheeler in the 440 yard dash. The district meet was a disaster for Monterey when the mile relay team was disqualified for a dropped baton, costing MHS the meet. Setting new track records in '73 were Rickie Wheeler with a 48.6 440 yard dash, Steve Myatt posting a 6'8" high jump, jay aff 1 f iii JQIFX, ski-JP' if w S- Q as D W nf If ll , me ' K I VVVJ Vrrg: In J 'gl' ., ,f 4 , i,,,c 4 r fell iifs si'4 t" " 4 , My r : v .fl V V. A H ,Q , forty two lal Coming in first place, Marc johnson passes the finish line. lb! As the gun goes off, Mark Rister heads out ahead of Hereford on the first lap. lc? Allred, Rister, Ramsey, Callaway, Loehfer, Crawford, Cdl Coach Murrell decides his stratgedy with the tracksters before the meet. lei Straining every muscle to gain first place, Lane Mc- Namara broad jumps. lf! In the finish of the race, Lloyd Allred brillantly clears his last hurdle. Q. 6 an , t 9. 'iw .3854 ,. 2 J l .f, nn-ii?" fe J' uh G, f J ZX? Q- ' ' a. YR J ,I F b ,A l forty three forty four Hi Straining for his last ounce of energy, Lance Crawford goes over his last hurdle, tbl lRunning team? Hill, johnson, Rister, Tid- well, Stumbaugh, Clarkston, Martinez, Duncan, Holmes. KC? CBack Row? McNamara, Hancock, Tidwell, Stumbaugh, Hill, Potts, Scott, Carter, CSecond Rowl M.McNamara, Crawford, Holmes, Allred, x Raullerson, Shaver, Pierce, Callaway, Young, tThird Rowb Rickert, Clarkston, johnson, Martinez, Rister, Parker, Reeves, Kirkpatric, Caudle, tFront Rowj Ransom, Ramsey, Evans, Duncan, Malone Baker, Loehfer, Turner. td! Solesbee, Hill, Potts, Shaver, Caudle, Carter, Scott, McNamara. had a successful year, winning eight of their 11 dual matches and earning awards in several tournaments. C-rasping for their third consecutive district crown, the MHS squad went into battle, tying with Coronado and sending several players to Regionals. ral With a gallant effort Mike Chism stretches for a serve. fb? Leap- ing gracefully, Pam Huneke returns the ball to her opponent. uulllllf ag' ., zfggsp A tt Wai, fe- ,., fwfr t fb ' S E it .ik My x ft. Ft it -firafw, L ' at r g - , err jr1'Qgf,2'f r1,, "Qtr , Qjfz-Vx... ,. ,,,. Q T, x t gli 1 ' ' , forty-five forty-six A of fourteen netters won for Monterey two firsts, a second, two thirds and two sixth places in variously sized tourna- ments by February of this year. The tennis team also sported a 7-1-1 record in dual matches at the time the yearbook went to press. With the increasing pop- N .J ef really stoner ularity of tennis, MHS added a sophomore tennis team to the junior Varsity team to give more students experience for Varsity action. Under the direction of coach Bob McKenna, students practiced daily and ran laps to keep in shape for spring tournaments. -Q an d Xxx X J tal Returning the ball, lan johnson practices her volleys. tbl JV, team lBack Rowj Daniels, Essary, Nagy, Whillock, Harrell, Whita- ker, Allen, Meenaghan, fFront Rowl Tisdel, Hester, Beaty, Ratcliff, Knight, lones lNot Shownl. lcl Varsity team, lBack Rowl Barnhill, Irons, johnson, Clements, Huneke, Hitchcock, McKenna, 12nd Rowl Potts, Cassel, Rankin, Hilton, Chism, George, CFront Rowl, Nazarenus, Mires, McCulloch. ld! Promising all-district playerjohn e . Clements slams the ball over the net. tel Doubles team Donna Hitchcock and Katy McCulloch work together to defeat their opponents. lf? Sophomore team, lBack Rowl Ellis, Bradford, Al- derson, Bartlett, Tinsley, Waters, Barber, 12nd Rowl Billups Yan- dell, Aker, Bridwell, l.Ellis, Kerr, 63rd Rowj Caldwell, Abernathy, Cox, Carney, Chambers. veg, .,,, , r M A Y A ff' B B 5 is 53? F? ifiisfa ig ' gg U' ui B -i-:EM IUIQ ' IHWEUFHI I g:hg-,-,- qfsezff :': ra I I ,C , C, Q1 .l.s.l:e a n a .Mx . i 5 hw? 5 f .fa-N a , f 4, 'A' ' ,wir ,,4.,,. rf . ,.,V,.WWmIw ,I W, . in M ' , ,L W A . 4 . - Q , ,5,, ,. ., , , 2 ,,,,.: 5 , ,, l . , Qtr 5, 'U ' 5 W5 WMWQW5' S. , forty Me n m into bi-district after winning the 4-4A championship with a 20-2 victory over Amarillo Tascosa which made the third straight year MHS baseballers have shut-out Tascosa on the Rebel home diamond. The second game of the best two of three ended in a 10-7 loss for the 'Men which tied the series at 1-1. ln the third meeting the 'Men climed the bi- district title 12-4. In the regional play-off against El Paso Burgess the Plainsmen coasted to an easy 9-1 win in the first game and 11-0 zip in the second encounter wrapping up B Nh I 1 V, H X .- -YK1 A 1 12 1 4 lk 11' . ,, wk 1- i 'E' 5 1 1g ttes. .1 , 55, , si, F ,M 'TWV Hai Q 1 1 w, 1, .1 1, Q 1 I --. ff? ,fi ms? ,af X if-M .41 5 ds 'N 1 Q, , 1 , . e 4 'G' -1 1 -W ,' 1 -,-Q1., 11x 1,5 si VA 1 ,.1 5 1 ll 131117 if ,QSJ5 X' gffif' x V' ur, A . , ' X I 1, Ugg. I 1 ,V,.v K .gf K x 8 ii X I - wg i 1 W' F N 'M-as ' 1 Jil. fri? lfiifi' 1-fi ,, i-i' an l"' 1: X! ,1 5 " Q' 1' 1 f ' , Q. I 1 t" 1 .fp-....---- ' ' 51,5 ir'i A 'l -f,l55Q-ll-iii? 1- 'ii"i 1 'fi - ? W ,,,1,1s-, .. . I . W , fi w 513-ffg,x245,x?s.3,1X-a,s11,141' 5' 54 at 1 5 1 N 1 saga' JJ .fs KE! f ,e?-"i fl, 7. 33 Y gg. 1 11 1 Qi 'qu' 3, A 'VT P 'Q ii il. 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The 'Men ended the season with a 33-5 slate. C iz V 4-.....,.V wi. - -.... ,..,.,,.,,,, , ,e , 5 . t A, f- r 8 -w iz: M , lay Larry Horn scores one of ten runs in the MHS win over LHS. lb! Pitcher Glenn Yarbrough concentrates on a curve. lc! Stretch- ing for the ball, Cary Ashby makes a gallant effort for the out, ld? Dwayne Clanton waits for the ball in a futile attempt to keep his opponent from scoring. le? Second baseman Brad Harrelson successfully tags a Midland Bulldog. 'gf W X ,5 fi., ll 'vw 1. IIN ,.- 1 -Stax-3. ss-fW"f' no I 4, . Q. sfglxetv returning from last year made prospects excellent for MHS baseball '74. Sackers had their work cut out for them with several hard acts to follow. For the past fourteen years, MHS baseballers have taken at least the district crown thir- teen times, including five trips to the State play-offs. c A it its Offense was the strongest point of the Plainsmen's game with six returning batters hitting over .350. Coach Bobby Moegle headed the Monterey baseball staff with former Monterey sacker Mike Crutcher taking assistant duties. R 312 M XZ xxx MF A X 1- Fr .. .T ,.q,, 5. - -E Hs, V W rg fs, y--f ifty av- 2.3. 4 LJQQ L. :E ' my -s 1-I-1 is ak lBack rowl Denny, Tribble, Horn, Alburtis, Gardner, White, Leslie, Hennigar, McCarty, tSecond rowl Hamilton, Smith, Van- Shankle, Wilkes, Stallings, jones, lFront rowi Harrelson, Evans, diver, Riley, Hefner, Killion, Ward, Cailer. dj Beating his op- Vandiver, Green, Leslie, Holt, Martinez, Ward, Hamilton. bl ponent to the plate Larry Horn touches first. el Bobby Evans Stretching forthe base, Rocky Alburtis puts outa Midland runner belts out a hit. fi Taking a lead off first base, Marlin Hamilton at first, CJ tBack rowj Bowles, Greene, Wilkes, Burner, Morgan, watches the pitcher, 'hqq of A QMS N .J'ig,.j01 53 ,5 if L, ,V ,pa K K . X S X K N: ,, A M- r X . 1 1: K ,L:. L wk A , ah git, 1 , i mg Q as - M . M ' - L .fx-V' V ' I G ,- . ',-gy, 1.-41, M- ... LK ky is- ,sijy , If is at ami! I N s't" 'iw' , Q 'W 1' v 3' ' HQ72, District championsof 1973, the Plainsmen linksters ended in high style. Captains were Steve Locke and Billy Donnithorne. lobe Moss won district medalist while Donnithorne placed second in district. Locke, Moss, Donnithorne and Greg Sherrod were awarded all-district honors. Steve Locke received the most valuable player at the all-sports banquet. Duffers won first in the Amarillo and Andrews Invitational tourneys and second in the Witchita Falls Invitational tournament. The team ended the season finishing second in regional play. . if 2. , W A, , k 4 Qi" I we y .-2 . :mr S L . 1 iti -5 V 'L L ' L A 1 S I 'Win-:Q ' -fhgaw.. sag' .4 . w,,.. A . ,..., Y 9' J . fifty two A A M X VM, 4.-1-wi-dv V L, .w,,s,,. we , . we wsaww..n---A-.mn-: rf 4 H1991 la? Following through with his shot Billy Donnithorne watches the ball sail down the fairway. tb? Conrentration is the key as jack Wooldridge attempts to sink his putt. lc? Preparing for a big drive, Rex Robertson tees off a great sophomore year, ld? Brad Seymour pauses before tackling the next hole. lei lBack rowi Brewer, Reynolds, Seymour, Rosen, Waters, Donnithorne, Wooldridge, Coulter, Haney, Conine, Robertson, Haile, Moore. The linksters of '74 were evenly distributed within Classes, with four seniors, four juniors and four soph- omores. Results of any of the tournamentsg however, were unavailable at the time the book was sent to press. 2 V f .' 4 i , . ' ' ' ' ' l . a 4 A .k-, : . b I is Q , Y , - - M u -4l -n . Q vt re f . r 1 K ll V i Q .N ' , ,,,,. G. .b f - I.,-,H-',,. of ee: - V , 9, M, W W . ' Q ., .. . r ,- A ., 5 A f A L K , fdgf' V V - 47 ' . - I " v V l. . K '7 l Q, ' , S- ' :vE.w3,:,,1 .btw it ,L . I I v ' ilim ffifil-'T fm- . I Y A-'gl , ii i X . -,V ' Q -?:n-fig?- I , , . lb 1 kffvh. . I r F N, .x f I ' . 12410-,sf,,wW72 I ' A l , 'S fifty-three fifty four Montere tankers began the 1973-74 season wit a team membership doubling that of last year. ln only its second year the Monterey swim team improved greatly with increased partici- pants and victories. Several MHS swimmers placed in the finals in various meets. The tankers were coached by Mr. lim McNally who heads the swim team at Texas Tech. Swimmers who qualified for the Regional Swim Meet were Scott Sharp, Ricky Leaverton, Bill Kritzer, Marty Gibbs, Carol McElroy, Carol Gilliam, Lesli Simpson Susan Sciples, and Jeannie Fewell. tal Perfecting his start Ricky Leaverton plunges into the water. fbi Gasping for breath Scott Beer practices the backstroke. lcl Stretch- ing across the water Marty Gibbs practices his dives. ld? tBoys team? Swain, Scott, Dalrymple, Leaverton, Danner, Beer. lSecond Row? Kirby, LaRoe, Bond, Gibbs, Sharp, Matticks, Wolfe, Dunn QNOI Shownl. le? Fewell, Sciples, Gilliam, Simpson, lSecond Rowi Mattricks, Marable, McTavish, Hamby lNot Shownl McElroy, Creel, Bailey, Davis, Hooser, Gillespie, Hofmann. e , . K so 0 . owe, af ' 55" iw ,, 'N-J i ,F 1 ig' I ,Ci 645 -- " s, K si , W -r o' J RX I 33 G N 'eww c 4'5" qw 1 V V I fm A 1 I ' Q., 9 Q l - J 3,iQv," gg S f U :J OG ' ' , 2 ' Ko' .3fg.0fo,05p safsogipf ig' ' 9 t1:SgfQl1 f-'-'n..,......., be :fb .rm taes w:'wf+:'3 McMaIly fifty-five fifty-six Girl's intramurals wasoneof the most popular activities at Monterey in 1973-74. Under the direction of Ms. Barbara Burho, the sched- uale gave girls an opportunity to play volleyball, table tennis, basketball, badminton, and to enter track and some field events. The enthusiasm generated by this ti A W2 popular activity resulted in greater school unity, re- newed school spirit and just plain old fun. Every girl in school was eligible to compete in any sports. The whole school enjoyed the creative names and T-shirts selected by the teams, and was kept informed as to tournaments and team statistics. ,f ,...,........................ -...... tal Practicing her serves Dana Cammack gets ready for intercity games. fb? In attempt to score two points Pam Vardeman goes up for a basket. Kc! Trying to evade her guard, Cindy Grimes and Patti Fouts try out for All-Stars. fd! In spite of her attire, Kay Alder- son serves one more ball before leaving practice. fel Returning the serve Char Hayes bumps the ball to her teammates. ffl junior girls go up for the rebound as they try out for the Extra-mural basket- ball team. """'---.... -W NM, I WL, A' 'ss' "Y is ,. i - '-,::.:.-.:::::."' H-Mew' .....,. T-4 fifty-seven fifty-eight Scene III setting: in the classroom The stage is quiet, brightly lighted yet with a serious overtone. . , . . .actors appear, taking their places solemnly as student or teacher. .. ...moments of sparkling creativity brighten the stage. . . l J 4-X ' -D .-n .1-A ,- .-., 1 .4 ' 1: 3 1 7 I 4 , K - :fl 1- -Q14 if I J an ill! 225 J fu 3-1 1.14 HF Oo O O 7: O 'fl :Q O vs -N1-1 H aw! Fcvm 'lf"N. ..-.,-. bar Qui' S-n .-fs' -f V5 'Q All fifty-nine sixty Lubbock schools afefofw- nate to have progressive educators who exercise careful leadership in positions of major responsibility. Superintendent Ed Irons and his capable staff not only make sure the whole system functions smooth- ly, but are also constantly searching for better ways and materials to educate young minds. Their jobs would be impossible without the interest and support of a very efficient Board of Trustees. Mr. Bill Tucker served as president of the board as he and six other citizens devoted countless hours of their time to the welfare of the Lubbock Independent School District. if W X 3 Mrffd Irons Superintendent A I H Suptfor ..- I-f"4 s Fur. J as -f -Q ' 1 3 l , X Q 1- -X 3, ,.N t . - - -f , if M X .W Q' - " 't if 1. -. -s K " " 'f ' ,, , 5 A , . f X., agai-235' it . ' 8 tr a l . - .. ff Q Q ,' m l 14" QM, vi. M., J' ' I Qksst. Supt. for Instruction 4 , ' ' A r.7ayCordon 'A I .gf 5 Member, Board of Education Mrs. loan Y. Ervin Mr. joe R. Horkey f Member, Board of Education " Mr. Byron Martin My A '.N,.... Q - - Secretary, Board of Education Mr. Bob McKelvy Member, Board of Education ,b 4-an 1 . W 1 . cy X Mr. Garnet Reeves, lr. Member, Board of Education Mr. Bill Tucker President, Board of Education Mr. Charles Waters Vice President, Board of Education wr -,ii r t,,,. sixty-one To p administrators are necessary to run a top school and that's exactly the combination at Mon- terey. Mr. B. J. Randles, principal, is ready at the drop of the hat to boost the athletic and academic suc- cesses of the school. Under his supervision, Mr. Waylon Carrol, vice-principal, Mr. Henry Zorns, as- f rv' I lt., N. 'Q .Mr.H orns Assistan if cipal sixty two sistant principal and Mr. C. W. Edwards, activities director, coordinate the operation of a school that covers 288,432 sq. ft. and houses almost 2,000 Plains- men. Their success and the success of a dedicated faculty can be measured in trophies, merit scholars and ultimate success of individual members of each graduating class. 5' 61: , - 4,3 "f""'bf' 'W 'wx X 1 ,4 J 1,, il Cathr atson Counselor . , ,, 5: TWV ,ff .Zi ' itiit 2 Q2 :ze V K9 mColeen Fieflding Visiting Tea er I Foste safii.'esaiE.E3 1: i1zzsg21ggs1s'M' 12-is 'xyfvf ' 'V K 'Y 4 I J Q' F., 5 Sgii ff' F t will 4.54 .r ' Lift,-5 fjfwif 1 Lift sq-2 Y ' 'ft ' 2? 5 Xii , J X K. 1 T T ' X W i ' N, Xg WQQQTY " is im ,T at V, -4 1 D - ' J' t Q Q S 'f t 5 2 s f ,, AMW . 'lf 4 L B A ' Hn 591. .bi lw fr ' T. ,T 4. kzzz ,,kl, l'Z:f,,!V june u r a raw N956 Wu w ' fi 3 Albergt incoln ,, kd 'A 1 y Counn r -H5 ar: y .. T "f 1' 1 ' -A-W 4 ., , iq 'z as y , ., T-v .4 .Q 9 D w uw W -J '.f' 'T , ,, .,f'. - , ,:,..,, Wiffieir 1 ' ' Inv li' lids . I N f,','a 1511 r ,, . ,ig Doris Barnes Clerk Marilyn Crawford Clerk Dorothy Dawson Teacher Aide Phyllis Fairley Teacher Aide Vanda Gooch Clerk loyce Greenhill Clerk Caryllones Clerk Gene Ridgway Teacher Aide Betty Roberts Clerk Georgia Stinson Clerk Dale Swain Clerk Kathryn Tate Clerk Dorothy Taylor Clerk Sue Taylor Clerk Edna Wareham Teacher Aide sixty-three I tothe maintenance of any school, cafeteria workers and custodians proved valuable at MHS this year. Cafeteria workers are responsible for preparation and cleanup of cafeteria facilities. Due to inflation, menus were regulated this year but free- dom was given for change. Custodians are respon- sixty four sible for upkeep of halls, classrooms and bathrooms. Running on shifts, they leave someone on duty two- thirds of the day. Although seldom recognized for duties they perform at MHS, custodians and cafeteria workers deserve merit for the work they put forth. 4 r t le J 2 2 , mf .1 1-1 j . Na- . H l X Ia! Conserving energy, Custodian Mike Morris lowers the therm- ostat. fbi Preparing lunch, Maye Harkness makes sandwiches. lc! lBack Rowl Dennis, Fears, Moore, Locke, Newton. tSecond Row! Morris, Moore, Pittman, Smith, Knox. lFront Rowj Franco, Mon- tana, Roberts. Id! Enjoying her work, joyce Fears tidies an office ,ag r' N . . fx 4 3 ? 4 1 5 s 2 K L' M., ' .... Nl 1 . Q S 13 1-of f ' V, cabinet. le! Fixing tea for the other cafeteria ladies, Velma Cox fills a pitcher. lf? tBack Rowj Cox, Starks, Mullins, Alred, Barns, Champ- ion, Stephens, Mayfield, Byrd, Carrol, Alley. lFront Row! Wilson, Laney, Briles, Hamby, Harkness, McDermett, Thomas. l , . an N 'Q fllltf N 1 , is X1 e .if sixty-five h u b activity in a school is its curriculum. Without it the wheel which forms the various parts of a school could not function. Modern high school curriculum offers a wide variety of learn- ing experiences. Students this year could choose such QNX sixty six subjects as humanities, advanced science, sociology, pottery, drafting and music theory as well as the tra- ditional English, math and history. Those who were not college bound became involved in vocational courses and often worked half-day for practical ex- QR! i-'0- 095, fb t,sr A 59" perience. Monterey also housed special courses for vocational rehabilitation students. Whatever the schedule, the aim of the curriculum designers was to provide sound bases for the future of every student. tal At P. TA. open house Terry Christian jokes with Mr. C. Doyle Cammill., tbl Concentrating, Michele Briggs writes her report. tc? Greeting parents, BJ. Randles projects a Plainsman welcome. td! Finding the classroom scene informal, these students take a break. tel Explaining her teaching techniques, Ms. Field "teaches" a parent at open house. ffl Registering 2,000 Plainsmen, Ms. Sue Taylor finds she has no time to spare. tg? Researching are Brent Tidwell and Sheila Reeves. X ,Z ,-ff g fi . Q . 'Q N :Q n U LQ Q lick R g S E is x X- at in ks F 1 15 .134 . . .. .gm . x is ,x t,,t , Y., :bi- i i L M In g tt y , .. .,.,, , ., y t .ik sixty seven EX is the main skill aquired in art. First year students spent time studying colors, termonology and necessary materials for more ad- vanced arts. Second year students concerned themselves with Applied Design. Often students were allowed to sixty-eight create works of art entirely from their own imagina- tionsg at other times, students were given one basic idea and allowed to branch out on their own. Painting 4'I-42 gave students instruction in water colors and oil painting. i t te l l W ,Sp-I X . g l Pottery allowed students the opportunity to work with clay and a kiln, or oven. Graphics taught students abstract art and painting. The year's highlight was the Plainsmen Painter Award given to the top senior art student. fa? Deep in concentration, Mark Dean creates a self portrait, fb? Finding clay fun, Patti Fouts molds an unusual shape, fc? Remold- ing a shoe proves difficult for joe Showalter. fd? Preparing her creation, Becky Wilkinson rolls yarn into a ball. fe? Finishing her picture, Cheryl Parker examines it to add finishing touches. ffl Enjoying her work, Mona Mosley works on a weaving project. ig! Finding that art does not always keep one busy, Kathy Beard contemplates her next project. eye Vi all i as ti' V Nancy Boone if Painting 41-42, Art 11-12, Graphic Art 31-32, Pottery 31-31 if 'fi lo Couch N Applied Design X 1, 31-32,Art 11-12 -ws. CLE, sixty nine sounds were produced and examined in the various music departments at MHS this year. Students enrolled in courses such as choir, band, orchestra and music theory learned the basic steps to follow when trying to compose or perform musically. The fundamentals of both classical and popular +.c LZ fp 'ifi-35 5 A 6 1"-ri, ' ' X g , Q Q N - .. . ' x 'C - seventy music were learned and each student attempted to discover how performers of today could learn from the masters of yesterday. Throughout the year the various groups performed in concerts to display their talents and abilities. As the year came to a close, music teachers at- tempted to show the students what goes into a "Ws.. W .nga sg' .af F5 My X N? is at musical career. Students learned that musicians must devote a lifetime to achieve good work and that a career in music is not always a glamourous life. How- ever, many decided to continue their efforts, despite the obstacles. Kal Listening attentively, Sherri Tipps and Dana Pedersen take notes in music theory. fb? After breaking up a music scale, Landa Wayte and Tom Bray relax. fc? Concentrating on perfection, Mr. james Ramsey works with a chorus. fd? Attentiveness is essential in orchestra. Ke? Olan Farnall is careful not to miss a note. ffl Preparing for a concert, choir members strive for perfection. Kg? Displaying their talents, band members strike up a tune. I 9, , Q, f , 'W 4451 1 X, 'W 1 r L ,,,. sa, . 4 .,..t 11,5 S . 4.2 ' 5: i if . , ? v I s t 5. mv 5 .A , sv 'W' 5 il r E s' J ' A 1 Doyle Cammill K : Band 41. 5: I i ' . - james Ramsey . s Choir 253: ., , f l Q, Q, iff ,. ' K' 55 Mitch Zablotny' N Z Orchestra, Music Theory -' 'rim'-L"w.1fi' 2-'Stl-u :iill-'fffeif cf' Seventy One si A n within itself was performed by speech and drama students as each group of students tried to improve their acting and speaking abilities. The main goal of each group was to improve their ability to perform in various public appearances. Contests were held to test speech students in such areas as debate, oral interpretation and extempora- neous speaking, while drama students concentrated on acting in minor and major play productions. With the help of their advisers each group's attempt was successful. When the year came to an end, each student who had been a member in one of these groups felt they had truly accomplished something worthwhile. They 5 f in t -U 4 ff ,ff . or ,,, gm X iff i V "Q-,, s seventy-two A had also experienced the successes and defeats of such a career and discovered if they could make it in the future. Drama and speech teachers included Mr. Harlan Keddell, Ms. Rosemary Gray and Ms. Virginia Myers. ta? Displaying their talent, Tom jointer, joAnn Ellis and Mary Dulin perform. tbl Preparing for the childrenfs play, Bill Oakley and Cindy Anderson adjust their costumes. tc! Calming the audience, lan Hunter motions silence. td? Speech students act out a poem. te? While Ms. Virginia Myers looks on, speech students improvize. ffl Incorporating ballet and ingenious costuming, students present "Carnival of the Animals." tg? Wide-eyed children watch the action, ...J N. 1 54 ,K .',, X .4 , K -.rf ,u , vt . V, Q ,. ,. ,gf xl 'Q ' Virginia Myers y Speech Harlan Reddell Drama seventy three sewing are major skills taught to homemaking students. Homemaking 11-12, a prerequisite to more advanced courses, taught students the basics of sewing and cooking, concentrating mainly on proper procedures in- volved. Homemaking 21-22 was a more advanced course in which students added to the knowledge they had accumulated the past year. Homemaking 31-32 students proceded to more difficult tasks using the same basic techniques learned in earlier courses. b 1 s X QT' AWG' if , s J, fksiiautlxgl ,Q 'll' we ' ww 9' a4!"'-WQWH I .J,f, f-ll seventy-four 'ln' "' Home and Family Living 40 prepared students for future marital relationships, with a research paper, home experience, and participation in a mock wed- ding. Home Nursing 40 was a course designed to teach girls about child care and motherhood. Some of the basics of first aid were also added. C A . xc-1 ' Ii- . .., yu .. 7 get L Ae WWW- ,,,..r.,.-.f W , ,gf . .uf--nw 'K 1 Kai Licking the spoon, Lindy Gray approves her batter. fbi Re- hearsing a mock wedding, Vickie Hooser and Coke Rutherford pledge vows. ici Cleaning up is a part of cooking for Stephanie Swift. td! Measuring carefully, Cheryl Parker adds to her mixture. Kei Using the machine, Lottie Barrow shows students a zigzag stitch. Ifi Reaching into the sack, Pam Porter, Debbie Stanley and Susan Hobb put the groceries away. fgj Working on a seam, Kay Crawford smooths the rough edges. - 1 i s.. L- "iv-Q. N C Q I t . .. Q .,,... 4 lm is Hr: fy I ffm - 1 ri v., 'e. 27 ,yn 'rl 1 p 'M' L .- ' ni.-ff' . WH 1.5 A . UL . 7.2 . ' 16,311 Lottie Barrow Homemaking 77-72 Ginger Browne HFL 40 jean Castleberry Homemaking 27-22 and HFL 40 J, loyce Cheatham SQ HFL 40andHN4O Doris Dixon Homemaking 37-32 and C. Ed. seventy five Re m I work in all subjects was made available to Vocational Adjustment students. Special- ly selected materials and sophisticated methods were utilized to facilitate the learning process. Much time was spent inproving reading skills and tech- niques. Often classroom and on-the-job experi- ence were combined. Study Hall was a free period given to most students at least every other day which was designated for study. In years past Seniors were allowed to leave the building during their study hallg however, last year was the first year that most Seniors were scheduled ,T- seventy-six "i'9"RhNl ..3'f1'.5rnn-up -'gf K .fi ,M wg, g Bob MKenna ' 4 Tennis and g -it Health 'Tw Q1 fir ki y .K I .5 i Q. Y Q ...-.-.-.- is ks,L: Q if xl int. J james Odom g . 1 Head Football f i Coach and A Study Hall ..., xh, f 5 ' Teacher r' .Q Q K r 3 1 ssii M trisi t S ' at as - -lfliffl .," f 1 5 ' sixth period study hall and allowed to go home after fifth period. Library facilities were always available to those students who were interested in reference, and magazines and other books were available on desig- nated days. C Wi s rf' judy Wiebusch la? Reading a magazine, Larry Brand finds an interesting article. tbl Using a reading machine, Teresa Riley improves her skills. tc? Looking through the magazine rack, jimmy Mann finds an interesting article. fd! Checking out his selections, Keno Man- tooth prepares to play a record. te? Concentrating on a work sheet, Terry Dickson fills in the blanks. tg! Straightening her materials, Linda Black starts to work. if Lillianjones VAC Doda va h Lawrence VAC Plan A coordinator .lf seventy seven m I familiar with their own language, students delved into the literary and gram- matical world of English. Honors classes were offered on Sophomore, junior and Senior levels, and basic courses were offered as well. Keeping up with Monterey tradition, sophomores spent considerable time with A Tale of Two Cities and discovered the fundamentals of literature through poetry. Drug education was presented to naive Sophomores through pamphlets and other literary sources. junior English classes concentrated on American W' seventy-eight ,Q 3' fit! authors, helping add to the knowledge accumulated from the year past and opening students' eyes to the wide scene of American literature. Students started the year off with a study of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. 'N sv i Kai Taking a break, junior Matt Baker watches Kay Alderson work. tb? Not knowing what'5 going on, junior Katherine Martin asks Mrs. Ricker an amusing question. tc! Giving a report, Sophomore lan Rosen performs. Cdl junior English student Marilyn Pugh mimics the Phantom of the Opera. tel Sophomores find English comical. , il Anna MSW if if ' ' Brown K . English 21-22 Y'-i s ' ' L Bobbie I. Brown si' X , '- E English 31-32 2' 1 41-42 K- .. J . 1 3- f . . , - . ' J ,,k. 12, . 5 fit 4-.N sa ,za L. A . .tg X E ' Vanda Buhrman 15 5vf English 41-42 3 M 4 loAnne Corbet ' 4 'eff English 21-22 Sammie W. Crutcher English 21-22, - ' E, Vs- Reading, LAL . V , L c Lois C. Futch 1 - ' ssalco g Bible .Q , f. Rosemary Cray English 21-22, Drama 21-22 " Sharon Harris English 21-22 loetta M. Hartsfield English 21-22 Phyllis M. Jennings English 41-42, Sociology Lilla 1. jones English 31-32, World Literatur Patricia Killion English 21-22 seventy nine eighty Se n e n I h was not manditoryg however, it was a popu ar course for college-minded students. Seniors studied classic literature of the world and concentrated on gaining knowledge for the future. William Shakespear' Macbeth and Hamlet, as well as Chaucer's Canterbury Tales were required readings for all students. All classes were also re- quired to do a research paper on various subjects. In all classes a better understanding of the often misunderstood English language was accomplished. fig , ,X X la? Concentrating on assigned reading, junior Connie Hilton gets involved in the plot. tbl Trying to keep her mind on her work, Senior Rhonda Smith reads her English lit. tci Curious about Greek sculpture, Senior Brad Greene asks a question. ld? Macbeth gets the best of Senior Mike Whitt as he studies for his test. lei Find- ing English amusing, juniors Terrt Thames and Kelly Latimer at- tempt research. lf? Conscious of her grammar, Senior Cindy Flet- cher writes a theme. ' 4 Mn- J? h iy 44 . Apai Ju., ,J Mft l 'Q l L -- 2... -Q' xi it A , E 1 V li Suzanne Ricker , English 37-32 'J Eloise Schreiner g ' English 47-42 and '-1 Humanities 41-42 Q .i E ll, 1' fl Deborah Smith ' ' y English 37-32 l ,nf V K Alice Snodgrass A at S A ' y English 31-32 - ,S h f --1 if Nell Marie Wiley A A ' my Q English 41-42 , b,,yz"M ' , ' V X , E K v.1:L",tQiTK44KrAYX1iI Wefa Wylie V ' 'V f E l'h3'l-32 it 1?-W-wi fe ' A ' vvvuvvvf. 2 35 zgzliiuff eighty one Ex pe rie nce paid, especially those who were enrolled in such vocational courses as D.C., C.H.E., H.E.C.E. and C.O.E. Students in these courses were allowed to attend regular classes for a half-day and report to their training stations in the afternoon. Providing a way 'to learn and earn, these vocational courses were a popular choice for many students during the '73-'74 school year. ggi is A v f' is 5 it 1 eighty-two Ken Olson Elizabeth Padgett C.O.E. Helen Payne C.H.E. Mary Lou Thurman H.E.C.E. Bill Rice D r I I ls were an essential part of Air Force R.O.T.C. This course was offered to girls as well as boys to give them a preparatory sampling of what life in the service is really like. Y" 'T' Q tal Adjusting a mannequin, Carol Weed and Margaret Dillion work on-the-job. tbl Helping a customer make the right choice are Margaret Dillion and Carol Weed. Patiently awaiting a drill, Becky Willis and Debbie Clark ready themselves. td? Concen- trating, Chuck Wilson draws a figure in R.O.T.C. te? Preparing a display, Carol Weed gives Margaret Dillion some suggestions, tk! Practicing marching drills, these R.O.T.C, men "sound-off." 1 Q Walter Moeller J' ,' , R.O.T.C. 4 QSJWU Lilbern Scott R. O. T. C. eighty-three n g of languages, variety is the spice of foreign languages at Monterey. Students could choose between Spanish, German, Latin and French this year. First and second year students studied the usage of language, whereas the more advanced classes learned of customs, history and philosophy of people in foreign countries and eras. Through films, literature and preparation of native meals, students enjoyably learned more about foreign culture. This knowledge led to a better understanding of other people and the lives they lead. ,,a,.:Q.a. -f e 71,9 ' fr , ,. J Q X nm eighty four la! In French, Christy Robertson and Pam Hulett recite the months. lb! Discussing Spanish, Ms. Dennis, Denise Bach and Cindy Conner debate. lc! Reading in French are loBeth Littlefield, Micheal Tarver and Lora Smith. Cdl Foreign language students enjoy their mis- takes. tel Concentrating, Karen Cole finds the right word. ff! Enjoying their new language, Robin Moore and Skippy Good- pasture converse. tg? Student teacher Debbie Stockton relates to her German class. 5' g nn LA - 3 x ... kg TSI' 1 . I S 91 X . ig ? l I .. .., L if I L g it S Sui vw 'F' ' if New Jim. 1,19 XS 'CIT 'sf 5 f it W n H WM? I ll s""JlfN ....,,.f . K Susan Dennis Spanish Alice Field Spanish Josephine lardine Latin and German Michele Wade French EX p l O r I g the field of communication, this year's journalism students learned how to inform the world through photography, newswriting and ad- vertising. Each student had the opportunity to experi- ment in each field. This year, under the supervision of Ms. Betty Stan- , ,R .,,,. ,, , 5 rfiififif-tiff' "'r' 'l Z! ! ' 'fgV ,fyfw'i'.fHff'?I K . 1zia',sxI:H5?ffimjfifl!7i.i:ft!9H1S't52551Fiisiiiiwffsiifi ' ' iff' , w ' " ' " 49 " --vv , -- , , 2 f ' . i ,,,A,,: ,,t,,,.,s,,,:. W,,,,,.. , JM- - - , fi ALA , Q . ,N V 5' 5 , K Q . N-r 6, 5 - , ...n , 'gf 4 ' .-iirnr unsound' 44 '.- -V ix leirmz ' .g'6.,.'g fxlgf-,fi I ,,, , ,aA?Jx,:!'.,.' ,, , .Q.,.ifl 5 is QQu,q V.3,5v.l,2 I 'Ju vnsxn V f,,,1n.0 'Qu nbnmngt ,mu I Q its u 'mit' f . nnslplg Y if! "'llQllQr ,aff ' wwf". :lane ,.., ,1'42ym.33... iii l0.!,'.'llflD Ili," 5 i-,- far- 'si-isis' , 4 t l ,sf I' , s. -4 s f,.:..,. A 'Lf ley and student teacher Leland Copeland, students experimented with contract learning and produced a documentary. Students from this class make up the newsmagazine and yearbook staffs as juniors and seniors, using photographic and journalistic skills acquired in journalism. w"'s.s -nvv""""' r 2 1' 5 Betty Stanley journalism eighty SiX 43 l I that were essential to success in the business world, students enrolled in typing, stenography, clerical practice and bookkeep- ing worked at improving their speed, accuracy and coordination. The training would prove beneficial in the future. tal Showing her enthusiasm, Brenda Anderson looks forward to the next project. fbi Encouraging Casey Conine is a full time job for jan Rosen. tc? Coofing again, Terry Caschen corrects her paper. tdl Ready for the next problem, Phyllis Litchfield clears her ma- chine. lei Concentrating on a new story, Lora Smith reads the University Daily, ffl Relaxing for a moment, Pam Hart, lan Hunter and Beth Wilkinson wait for the glue. lg? Senior Barbara Ceis learns to file. 7 Yi XA n 'six B 3- qr' "' 'N fl 4 41:1- Hx -xx-X .E f at iiii i iiii Q V, ,i ,., -4w I f - Q. ' 1 x. I ..,, ti. Pearl Anderson i Typing 37 Bobbie Clanton Clerical Practice and Typing 37 ' ffw, W 5 -L , x A ' Bobby Hayworth 1 Y A I ,y fy, General Business and Typing 37 'ii' 'yii " Allie Rae Parker ' if ' ii .. General Business iqk l ' f-,- 'f and Bookkeeping 41 5 'Th lf, 3 Louise Zablotny - A T- Q Stenography 37 Typing 37 historians studied historical events from ancient cultures to the modern day. Students were involved in projects including Pro-Americanism to reading newspapers outside of regular studies from their textbooks. Classes considered advancements, accomplish- ments, contributions and problems of past civiliza- tions and generations as well as present day. Stars and stripes were traced from English colonies through the advancements and problems of today. Seniors were required to take two history courses: Government and World History. Even though these was-' eighty eight f ..f-- two courses differ greatly in subject matter, they both provide seniors with important' background knowl- edge that will be used throughout their future lives. Whatever the subject matter, history courses helped students relate to the problems and circumstances of today's world. .F ,.'V 1 K ' V -1 W' - fi. tt, -A, A L. V.V. I g- ' A M ,lAl,,.. l tal Exhibiting a portrait of Abe Lincoln, Claire Gryder admires her work. lb? Anticipating his next move, Terry Graves interrupts his history class. tc? Trying to explain the powers of the government, Jacque Sinclair finishes a worksheet. ldl Absorbed with current events, Rusty Eberle scans the newspaper. le? Making the U.S. edible, loy lckes and Cheryl jones divide the states. ffl Showing his acting ability, Robert Stuart reviews an American History chapter. 1 r it ' . - I ' 4 gc. S l l ..,'t Q V am ' 'F' 1. ft? 1 F'-2. fx: g....,.J K Mary Bailey World History 40 Bill Bigham American History Charles Brewer World Geography and Affairs Martha Brown Government 40 Mike Crutcher American History Buddy Hampton American History NJ ze-I .3 K 1 i JoAnn Hardy American History Robert Knight Government 40 Harold Murrell American History Donald Ricky World History and Government Gus Wilson American History eighty nine ninety V I differentiates the sci- but it is really relatively simple and requires much less ences. Chemistry and physics both deal with energy math than chemistry. and matterg however, they differ in the way they ob- Physical science is nothing more than a half chem- serve this common denominator-matter and energy istry, half physics courseg while advanced science interaction. Physics may appear difficult and abstract, combines second year chemistry and biology. 7 'Sr' .NNN If-' fs! Biology classes started the year by analyzing pond water for protazoa and other such creatures of the deep. Biology is the study of life, and students plunged eagerly into the disection of mice and other equally scumptuous specimans. fl 5 8:0535 3 .luv t 1h 'Lil-N V A i tal Searching for the perfect speciman, Cindy Eggenberger makes her choice. tbl Balancing weights, Rhonda Williams steadies the scale. lc! Exploring the world of biology, Cindy Eggenberger and Laura Adams peer at a microscopic slide. tdl Realizing that ac- curacy is important, Kathy Pate and lanis Brady count the milli- leters. tel Describing a speciman, Cindy Ruff makes her biology notes precise. ffl Completing a lab in chemistry, Chad Powell and Mary Gardner record observations. asia? 'X 'X v Q. . 1 .. mm. fav. ff"7 i '24 I ' .- 15" C 5? P Dolores Aicher Chemistry Royace Aikin Chemistry and Biology ,- 'V vw. Barbara Anderson Biology . 7' ' ' jane Boylan A A' Biology leanelle Culp .V fv- 'A Chemistry and Advanced Science Donaldlordan Physics and Physical vs- 13 1' 'Ca . I -,- v My Science .... J, gg MJ' . N 4 lffi 11 A -,A ya N J mmf rf Harmon Meixner f Biology Arden Walker Biology ninety one I extend far and wide at Monterey. Preparatory maths include Re- lated Math, Fundamentals Math, Introductory Alge- bra 11-12 and Algebra 11-12. These maths teach one the basics of math needed in life, and are prereq- uisites for higher math. More general math include Geometry 21-22 and Algebra 31-32. These are prerequisites for still higher maths and teach one logic and reasoning. Advanced or special maths deal with Speed Math, Trig, Analitical Geometry, Elementary Analysis, and :QQ v lag ninety-two Calculus. Although these maths are included in the five-year math plan, they are very beneficial to any- one planning to enter any math-related field. By lending itself to the needs of the students, math re- lates itself to every phase of life. tal Progressive learning techniques inspire Ms. Carroll Oates's students to action. lb? Finding slide ruling fun, Paul Burford calcu- lates the answer. lc? Bored with the assignment, jeff Hendrickson finds other interests. lj! Studeous Tim Upp and Paul Mann search for the right math equation. Ikl Trigonometry and Mr. Dewey Curbo manage to keep all students busy at the same time. Ill Finding the math test particularly funny, Carla Pershouse shows 8 big smile. C .sf F at - 4 -X 4 4 l "L I . . .f- Q t. . X 'K -A Y YA aa, Z . 6 C "tti ' N. M1 l 5 l Allen Carlisle Q Related Math and Introductory Algebra QW 1 R Dewey Curbo F J r ' Speed Math and Trig. - .. .f .ef Q .,.. ... N f l K 1' . 'l g Ms. Vlasta Dalrymple - Algebra and Calculus Ms. Patricia Lorance gh gk Geometry and Algebra Ms, Mary McCown - Trig. and Algebra M Ms. Laverne Morrison Algebra 'as fy, ,:. ' e if ' ' A . J " . , g 4 L. s X ,, 3 ga v l Ms Wilma Nowell Geometry f , - ' Q .N Ms. Carroll Oates A, Geometry and Algebra lt N' ' 'N Robert Rawls 1 , Geometry and Fundamentals , ' Math Algebra Ms Alleen Whiteley Ms. ludy Yett Algebra and Related Math ninety-three Stress and strain proved ben- eficial to physical education students as girls watched their waistlines decrease and boys watched their shoulders increase while participating in a variety of competitive sports. Sophomores were introduced to new rules and gi s regulations and juniors discovered new interests. Many students found that in order to maintain a healthy body, exercise was essential. However, the not-so-athletically-inclined collapsed at the thought of running 440 yard sprints three times a week. b f ,.xMmwm,,,fs4.1--a ' ' A LA ' lix' l' . 2 - . ninety four ,K 4 x f ,cuss i r f ' M, 4 x QA 4. W .K .t X Sw X mu .....,.. . as 1?Smt.2YX - J fa! junior Kay Alderson poses to serve the volleyball. Kbj In deep concentration, Melissa Harriger sights the target. tcj Stretching, Dana Cammack spikes the ball. Kd? As Danny Horton looks on, john Darnell makes his serve count. fel Amused, Alice Nystel decides she's no Arnold Palmer. ffl junior P.E. students rest during an explanation of badminton. fgj ln tough competition, junior boys run for the soccer ball, . ' A fir, V .f xl s Y tg W , k.,, ,Q W - V... if t - sf Wt ' ir- - ' - . ,Q N. tf fa 1 K. W, -f R K, ybwke Atv: fri Q3 sf 'W s I ' if vt ' ,-- 7' Ib I 5, -LL k Barbara Burho Physical Ed. joan Crawford Physical Ed. joe Michalka Physical Ed. Bobby Moegle Physical Ed. Buying or selling mu.- tural products, Ag students under the supervision of Mr. Chris Kountz and Mr. Thomas Neely learned the fundamentals of raising and caring for animals as well as selling the animals and various products for profit. Among the animals cared for were sheep, hogs, chickens and cattle. This was the second year girls were allowed to participate in the program, and each student, re- gardless of sex was expected to do his share of the work. W . Hi, . NN I 4-.bk-a. ,- ,S'.,...-.u-J-f t . ...-- Q ninety-six ik...----f R Along with learning maintenance of farm equip- ment and care of animals, students were taught such arts as painting and parlimentary procedure. Students participated in various contests during the year, com- paring their skills and knowledge with students of other areas. C ,,V.,,, it MX fi .xi tal jimmy Richards discovers the basics of handling poultry. Ib? David Wester and student teacher Monty McCloy unload chicks. fc! The hat always marks a typical Ag. student. ldl An FFA lab proj- ect soaks up the sun. tel Controlling an unruly hen, David Wester, Ronnie Beale and Mr. McCloy clip its wings. ffl Student teacher Mike Hill helps Mr, Chris Kountz cage a "spooked" sow, lg! Play- ing the gentleman farmer, Mr. Hill helps Mr. Kountz head 'em up and move 'em out! 'lf Mika ?f5"".rf' f'. . . . .--- 5- , .-- ' 1 1 -W :fl ,fn r my-3 , ...., -, ..QFw0s. :-.-- ' -. : - .' ' . . . .X- .gsjffk A . ,Ny , 44-Q.- ""! Chris Kountz Vocational Ag. Thomas Neely Vocational Ag. ninety seven 4 ninety- Th finds expression through practical application. Industrial arts and skills came to life through the creative hands of young students at MHS this year as they sought to find the vocational skill which would help prepare them for the future. eight Concentrating on metal, wood and blueprints, stu dents in shop and drafting used their skills to pro duce rulers, bookstands and drawings for present and future use. Often having to redo their projects, stu dents learned that practice makes nearer perfect Q N fg c gi:-. , 1-:fs---' x 44 X X " Students in electronics had the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of servicing various electrical appliances. KLSD radio was in operation for the third year, airing from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 91.1 fm, and provided the students with realistic experience. ia? Broadcasting on KLSD, Terry Graves prepares to spin a disk. tb? Planning houses of the future, Eric johnson makes his sketches precise. Icj Studying his model, Gerald Bergman draws up house plans. td? Concentrating on his work, Mark Ballentine cuts metal. fel Instructor Mr. Charles Wilson and students Glen McDuff and john Power experiment with the frequency counter. ffl Pondering his assignment, Ricky Spiegel looks over his project plans. - 1 Q .' '- Y ' 's'2 fe ffl. 1 4 l lgllll if . ..ss ...... t. l .1.. '- ' V l'.s.. xg: 'f" H Q,-L ' - . " 'k , ' I fr- - - , K VV,. g J 0 I -. I g . . vi we gnj ,. ,Mfg y . 1 v 35' f L , ' . 31035 l fl ' ' A lames Biggs r Q """ W, Q Drafting rislt .s,. . . 7 . H M-D Cl"ambll55 lllll ' F Q sf 7 Metal Shop ,,,,.,., Q in ,V lll h e I . .i ii Calvin Edwards .tu x ffi9,' f " 'W Woodworking ' ytlfll fl 4 ' jffgl-5 ' flbfli X I Lewis Moss llilgillgl is l f Shop Q .F so f!lflGlF' fl'hll53f'?5 ' 1 if 35 fy H2 Vlfgjfggkvig Charles Wilson Electronics ninety-nine Scene IV in the clubhouse The Curtain opens on a group of people, working together in a spotlight... . . .dressed somewhat alike, they work fervently on a mutual project. . . ...there are other groups in similar pools of light, working toward their own goal. S .-H-9x J' one hundred one Results-not alibis . . . the motto this year for the Monterey Plainsmen Band. And results are the reward for hardworking band members who put in many extra hours to rate a top- notch band. Kicking off the year with a car wash, band members raised over S400, and soon followed with a spaghetti supper which cleared over 54000. These combined with profits from annual concerts, provided the band with new marching supplies, uni- forms, music and band trips. Band students put in extra time for basketball band, all-region, solo and ensemble, all-state, civic clubs and parades, plus 4 . N Q ,, -f-Ne ' i., 'V p Q? tg . rr f X' . l r x f by one hundred two 'Ns long hours of practice preparing for contest. Band girls held several programs and fund raising projects throughout the year. MHS lazz Ensemble volun- teered their evenings preparing for jazz festivals. QU.. tak Preparing for the show, Bill McCauley marches onto the field. tb? Ecstatic on hearing the coveted "7" rating, jayle Hooker hugs Tonya jeringan. tc? MHS drum section goes over their cadences. td? Perched on his drum, Billy Colvin concentrates on Shaft. tel Bandgirl Celeste Otkin helps paint field markers. ffl jazz band rehearses. tg? Twirler Karon Beckwith focuses her attention on the visiting band. th? Smiling, C. Doyle Camrnil directs his guys and goyles during the carwash. 4l"i i iipgcg c it .til ,Z Q, K A Lhii ,I one hundred three G I l lent themselves to another successful season for Cantores and Mariachis this year under the direction of Mr. james Ramsey. Honor choir members participated in several con- certs and spent hour upon hour preparing for UIL choir contest in the spring. Cantores' preview con- cert, performed Nov. 14, featured "jesus, Dearest Master." a chorale selection written by Bach. Can- tores financed a trip to the Sea-arama Choral Festival in Galveston with a Pops Concert, given early in the spring semester. A wi ,,,, Q 5 1: One Choral excellence was the aim of Vivarachis and Venturas this year, directed by Mr. james Ramsey. Contest and concerts were all- important as sophomore-junior mixed and girls' choirs learned both classical and contemporary pieces. tak Vickie Berry demonstrates the "art" of dropping her jaw. tbl Caught by surprise is Mr. james Ramsey on crutches. fc? Cantores show off their uniforms in the preview concert. tdi Sophomores concentrate on the director. Kei Venturas tFirst Rowl Bivvins, Bry- ant, Sweeten, Willis, Greene, Cammack, Franco, Hart. lSecond Row! Threatt, Boyd, Watkins, Cage, Smith, Adams, Anderson, Fewell. lThird Rowl Fletcher, Edgar, Brown, Wilkinson, Mabray, i '42 'Eggs . , gif . 'f" -u K ,,..,V PNK xi K1 Q- 'L-fl" . . . lil 5 H' as 'E iars e ra ss S ' ' A ' Deering, Fillingham, Murdock, Murdock. tFourth Rowl Wilson, Eggenberger, Edwin, Lawrence, Hamilton, Robertson, Beard, O'Donnell, Smith, Sciples. tFifth Rowl Conroy, Graves, Malone, Wilks, Mann, Davis, Hardy, Cobal, Ried, Berry, Davis, Stockton. If? Looking somewhat perplexed over the music, Venturas member Allen Ried scratches his head, tg? Cantores Rod Taylor and Rusty Collins hang spurs for a pep rally. ff-,jRealizing that practice makes perfect, Drue Davis and Terre Flagg strive for perfection. til Vi- varachas lFirst Rowi Dickens, Wayte, Elliot, Foster. tSeCond Rowi Howitt, Tomlinson, Kirby, Arnold, Flagg, Owens, Denison, Ander- son. tThird Rowi Whitaker, Sprout, Kaether, Wilson, Carritson, Bartley, Small. tFourth Rowl Cloud, Holmes, Minton, Long, Wauer, Elmore, Allen, Zorns, Higgins. CFifth Rowi Reese, Hall, Kayal, Woods, Sever, Passmore, jones, Corum, Ryan, Reeds. f.:g..av-girl' 4 :QF Classical musicandihepiayriu- sic Man were stressed this year in orchestra, conduct- ed by Mr. Mitchell Zablomy. Other projects included fall and spring concerts and the UIL contest held in May. Returning all-state honorees were Rita Hill and Marilyn Hurley. Orchestra, Left Side fFirst Rowi R.Hill, D.Claborn, L.Privett, E Brock, D.Peder5on, D,Shetlet. lSecond Rowi K.Colwell, A.Ny5tel, S.Brow, C.Ehlo, S.Fisk, E.Downs, G.Barrior, lThird Rovvi M.Pugh, D Cahn, C.Ruff, S.Phillips, R.Shavv, A.Hogan, l.Handley, P.Warshaw lFourth Row! Llvlagness, T.Mangrum, R.Bell, G.Wossum, R.Whip- ple, T,Craft. lFifth Rowl Mlablotny, R,Clark, M.Myers, S.WiIkin- . - 3' H -L -Zsi"' o X . if 'YL fl 333:11 ,,k 1- 1 ,n, gap ze ' g, 35' . - ,5, , .L 3- .5 Que 4 fu- i - fi 5 - N , if ,k, ,, .ME ., - 'L: L A A g, E M535 Q 4555 5 15j?5W4 f 1 2 1 2 i 5 Y' ' ' 2 1 .1 , , 0 ,Z 1. - - .4 ' I . U sy fi N P W. ' xx x .ni W -"'e"Q' N -5 g 'ff'-"'1 ff' 1 pf, A9 . ,yu . WY? . .., 11. D , Q 0' PM WW, F X I L, 1 -4 wif E A 5 ' 11213 i 1 3 W 9 , 12 f 2 ' g a, : ,. '45 4 , 5? , .MP-' L53-sl is Q I 4' f' 'f Q S mQ?g i"h 2 ,EE - Us A 'W :Q 'f-1: 3+ H f V91 vig, 31 W 4 'Un'-A g '11 uv n,f1 - t ff?-3.73 W, K -an H1 uf,-,fl ., Q . .,- ',', of N , ,rw V, one hundred Girls joined the ranks of ROTC this year, to bring a new look to tradition- ally men's program. Curiosity and career planning impelled several girls to enter the program, offering them facts of military life, aircraft and space explora- tion. In addition, ROTC members participated in such activities as patriotic assemblies, presentation of colors at football games and field trips to Litton Industries, Reese Air Force Base and West Texas Air Terminal. Maj. L.l.Scott and Sgt. Walter Moeller served as commanding officers. WM one hundred ten laj "A" Flight lFront Rowj Matney, Edmonson, Pinson, Harding, OIiver,jones, lSecond Row? Cox, Hendricks, Thomas, Collings, Keck. lThird Row! johnson, Breunig, Rose, Vance, Caughran, lb? Inspecting the Rifle Salute Squad, Zane Cox strides officially, lc! ROTC Color Guard presents the flag for students of Atkins junior High. ldj With the help of john Rose, Major Scott previews a film for ROTC classes. lej ROTC Drill Team practices marching in full uniform. lfj "D" flight lFront Row? Ruff, jones, Willis, Marricle, Riley, Sanders, Pirkle. lSecond Rowj Styles, Fergerson, Dickson, Barton, Lashomb, Harmon. lThird Row! Phillips, Cage, Cook, Parkey, Hamilton, Davis. :Er 'B-42 4? T R k t.,.. is .tt t. S it one hundred eleven " activities make up the lighter side of ROTC life. Bowling Team members met weekly this year, competing with teams from other Lubbock schools. Members belong to the American Bowling Congress. Gun safety and marksmenship were the main goals of the Rifle team , . fa which met bi-weekly. Rocket team members were concerned with instructing cadets in safe design, construction and operation of Air Force Models. Highlighting the year's activities were the Military Cadet Ball and a trip to Fort Worth. ROTC members worked toward discipline and future careers. '53 3' one hundred twelve VL-K tai Sgt. Walter E. Moeller and Suzanne Dare are the long and short of ROTC. lb? "C" Flight lFront Rowi Conely, Hicks, Dare, Housour, Hearn, Lee, Clark, Stephens, Hallenbeck. tSecond Row? Litton, Banks, McGovern, Gafford, Hanselman, Reed, Wilson. tThird Row! Rogers, Vardy, Loveless, Rusk, Wilson, Coodgion. lc! "B" Flight lFront Rowi Lopez, Landry, Parr, Bagwell. lSecond Rowl Hinman, Nebel, Harris, Mactavish, tThird Rowh Wylie, Could, Hatfield, Keck. ld! Taking aim, Debbie Clark and Bill Hanson visit the Rifle Range. te? Finding classes long, Craig Oliver, Ralph Harding, joe Pinson and jerry Vance try to stay awake. lf! Guns snap as Cadets Bill Thomas and Sally Bagwell present arms. lg! With a flourish, Cadets Debbie Clark and Becky Willis practice flag ceremony. one hundred thirteen "And they'll knowwe Christians by our love" ... describe the work of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Morning Watch and Y-Teens. F.C.A. meetings consisted of guest speakers and personal testimonies by club members, high- lighting the year with suppers, retreats, a hayride and the March of Dimes collection. In addition to parties, retreats and support of a Korean girl, Morning Watch met weekly for spiritual fellowship. A full year was in store for Y-Teens including National Y-Teens and Twirp Weeks, daily devotionals and support of a boy in Taiwan. one hundred fourteen language clubs led to a better understanding of foreign languages while providing for fun and a taste of foreign culture. Edu- cational programs, a Monopoly tournament and a picnic were activities participated in by French, Span- ish, German and Latin Clubs. fa? FCA members concentrate on the program. fbi Smiling is part of Morning Watch for this member. fc? Reading from the Bible, Susan Wauer gives the devotional. fdi Enjoying Spanish Club initiation, Pam Evans and Bill Van Fleet play football. le? Absorbed in thought, Anna Jardine prepares for Latin Club Convention. lf? Rinsing off soap suds, Lisa Earnest washes a car at the German Club Carwash. lg? Hoping the punch won't spill, Brenda Bradley and Cuita Mcllroy serve at French Club. .C tx V Ml, -1 iQ one hundred fifteen memberg filled time before and after school with general meet- ings, work sessions and committee meetings. Among activities sponsored by all school council were the annual Howdy Assembly, Cowtown, PTA Open House, a pay assembly featuring Larry Gatlin and the lay Adkins, president ' . . ,- Rm--C i-4,5 M M , 3 as J, if mm" "'r' fem., C usan Bargfett, ' "'ft'ffwm,,,9wV' , ,N,.t,.t-,N,.., ,, , VV one hundred sixteen Cratlins, Homecoming, elementary school parties and Christmas Clearance Bureau projects and volleyball and miniture golf tournaments. Student Council also helped with fire drills, school inspection, public re- lations, constitutional changes and energy conserva- tion. ., ..,.v,z,.f4--af...........,.,,:, 5 Z I, X vice-president De6tDee Stephens, secretary - , -i 1 ,,,s,,,,, ,A in . 'Hi"" l Class councils had a major role in Student Council affairs. Senior class council concentrated on the Sen- ior Banquet. Magazine sales provided for the junior- Senior Prom, sponsored by the junior class. A Student Teacher Forum was undertaken by the Sophomore class. la? Nancy Tucker shares her ideas about publicity with commit- tee members Robin Kirkman, Pam Huletl and Mark Rister. fb? Safety committee members Nancy Tomlinson, Craig Northcutt and Marla Cuinn discuss traffic problems. ici Boosting spirit, Student Council members Steve Price, Laura Anderson and Gwyn Wil- liams paint signs. it .Aa s f., I 1 infra: -f' s 'M gs 44. M' ,.x's" i Qi ,sz st, 144:15 as 'Z A If 4 F 0 ., an QQ "1 'Jef !i1Al9'.,f' 1 f az I A 1 rxf Honor students high recognition by participating in national honorary clubs. High standards and a minimum number of points earned led to the selection of club members. Each club held an initiation ceremony, club meetings and special projects. National Honor Society organ- ized a tutoring program for students. Working with Goodfellows and a film festival were also undertaken by NHS. National Forensic League members attended speech and debate tournaments throughout the year. One hundred hours of drama were required for qualification into the International Thespians Society. G R NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President: Barry Rosen 7st Vice-President: Scott Badgettf Kathy Pate 2nd Vice-President: SandiZinn Secretary: Andrea Soloman Treasurer: Rosemary Robinson INTERNATIONAL THESPIANS President: john Proffitt Vice-President: jan Hunter Secretary: Nancy Ryan Treasurer: Veta Woods Historian: Sandi Zinn Clerk: Debbie Bigness NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE President: Ted Rice Vice-President: janis Beauchamp Secretary: Susan Stuart NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL Co-Presidents: Pat McAfee Rosemary Robinson if S ..1i A up-f Vice-President: Andrea Solomon SecretaryfTreasurer: Cheyl Duncan one hundred eighteen f ' J ,. I , , VKX! 900 itil 569 in - 1' Ai! I .j. SPECIALIZED CLUBSQ- tering to students and parents at MHS included booster club, chess club, debate team and VICA. Bus trips, homecoming mums and programs sales were undertaken by spirited booster club parents, in addi- tion to new Plainsmen shirts for allteams, new base- :iiii l 'll ball shirts, a new speaker system for the boys gym and an All-Sports Banquet. Chess Club members were found in deep concentration daily in sponsor Mr. Donald Ricky's room. Two chess tournaments and a checker tournament were on the agenda. Debate team members spent long hours in preparation for speech tournaments. Many high awards were re- ceived by debators. The Vocational Industrial Club of America dealt with students in the field of electron- ics. Aiming for spring contest, VICA members sub- mitted projects to be judged, working for months to perfect their projects. tal While Kay Collier watches his movements, Scott Parker pre- pares for checkmate. fbi Completing his project, Mark Scurlock prepares for VICA contest. lc? Pooling their ideas with Booster Club preydent Bob VVHHann, Coaches Gus VVHson and Bobby Moegle plan the All-Sports Banquet. Id! Debator Trent Poindexter emphasizes his point on Welfare to joel Jacobson. Id! Concentrat- ing on keeping his hands steady, Monterey electronics student Don Hackler works on his VICA project, I , it-55, XX www' .l 'Q 0 0 s 0 s 5 losososss ooosssoos llliillt Y it R tsr. X J ' A Wh " 'g VV X "W -f 1 - ..,, K xr 1 B . , . ...AQ Office careers werepursuedby students enrolled in Cooperative Office Education. Fostered by COE, the Office Education Association's activities included OEA Week, Employer-Employee Appreciation Banquet and area and state contests. OEA also adopted an elementary class for Christmas and typed approximately 500 March of Dimes letters. Cooperative Health Association trained students for the medical profession. Members of CHE visited the State School, adopted a family for Christmas, attend- ed an employer-employee banquet and held a sta- tionary and candy sale. tai COE lFirst Row! Schultz, McKee, Briles, Barr, Smith, Burnette, lSecond Row! Workman, McMillan, Pate, Mahorney, Irwin, Lewis. lThird Row? Davis, Cagle, Cillen, Rowell, Davis, Davis, Abney. fFourth Rowj Padgett, Chandler, Bettis, Beall, Ward, Durham, Westfall, Maples, Swords. lTop Rowl Pack, Hooper, Merrell, Gar- rett, Williamson, Skipper, Duncan, Booth, Tapp. lb? Observing dental procedure, Beth English offers assistance. lc? Office experi- ence is gained by Cindy Westfall in a department store's credit wg O.E.A. President: johnny Booth Vice-President: Hattye Hooper Secretary: Patty McMillan Treasurer: Laurie Burnette Reporter: Danita Bettis Historian: Donna Davis Parliamentarian: Karen Beall C,H.E. President: Beth English Vice-President: jan Herzog Secretary: Pat Clary Treasurer: LaWayne Powers Reporter: Claire Carlos Historian: Susan Schneider Parliamentarian: Linda Condra Sentinal: Pete Zavala Librarians: Bea DufffBrenda Beckner office. fd? Banquet speakerjim Cranberry emphasizes many points for Health Occupation students. ld? CHE lFirst Rowl Wideman, Moore, Blackburn, LaCour, Ridgeway. tSecond Rowj Zavala, Haile, McGee, Duff, Herzog, Robbins. lThird Row! Holloway, Pittman, Edwards, Jennings, Phillips, Hicks, Powers, May. lFourth Rowj Payne, Patrick, Schneider, Carlos, Walker, Beckner, Stephens, Young, Clary. tTop Rowi English, Thomas, jones, Powers, Ray, Duff, Dillion. one hundred twenty three 3 , 4 1 1. H ', 41 , 4 , P , . 1 ' '. ' -, 9 ' A K' . ' f . gg v , 4 A I v 1' S- W 'ig f Y it .I Kaf- 6 149 9 he 1 3 1 W si? . , 1--. fi , qi if v vs- . , Q, if .L Mis' 'Q' 2 Q Q Vt' 3 ' M Q 3 E 5 ' ' YN 5 S9 4 Q 8 ai 'iw Q if -M 1. :ls 15 . X k .1 laj HECE tFirst Rowh Thurman, Allison, Garcia, jenkins, Mitchell. lSecond Rowl Sikes, Elliott, Stovall, Myers, Penney, Collier. lThird Rowj Kaether, Herring, Robbins, Cotton, Dean, Nava. lFourth Rowj Nitengale, Gould, Casper, Pettyjohn, Delafosse, Goulette, Barbee. lTop Rowi Hallett, Beasley, Giese, Dillon, Weed, Herman, McVay, Denison. lc? DE fFirst Row? Rutherford, Cadd, Mitchell, Brown, Owens, Miller, Dodd, Duncan, Outlaw, Dertien, Canon, Bailey, Parr, Rice. lSecond Row! Olson, Loran, Stanley, Wilson, Hill, Baber, Stewart, Neese, Flowers, George, Cionsattosid, Komarek, Teeter. CThird Rowl Land, Lewis, Kates, Clark, Keay, Cannon, Lynch, Heimerman, Teeter, Story, Wisdon, Fisher, Brooks. lFourth Rowj Lynch, Carter, Shipman, Wylie, Roberts, Payne, White, jordan, Russell, jennings, Shirley, Monroe, Warwick, Boatman. tTop Rowl Mathis, McGee, Pinkston, Wilson, Movrery, Riddle, Hendrick, White, Cooper, jones, Hill, Lofton, Duncan, Wagoner, McBee. 1. 'TL 45 sl 93 "Y T 'it' HERO-FHA President: Margaret Dillon Vice-President: Sue Pettyjohn Secretary: Ann Robbins Treasurer: Becky Elliot Parliamentarian: Belinda Cotton D.E.C.A, BLUE President: Alan Payne Vice-President: Renee Baker Secretary: Sharon Stanley Reporter: Shawn Cannon Parliamentarian: Linda Dertein Sergeant-at-Arms: Cary jordan D.E.C.A. GOLD President: Russell Hill Vice-President: Gary Pinkston SecretaryfTreasurer: janet Lewis Reporter: Mark Mathis Parliamentarian: Tom Shirley one hundred twenty-five aw? in 'VXI " -A "T:-1 V .nl , .i xv.,-. I x- xe Kiwi, A S ag Mg , gf Jan, 1 'X 2X qw. if ff' ,E .!"':,f'Q J gif .i 2 .ng Q I 'J .Q 1, v.,9'ig,Q1-1 4.1-"i"'Z' f' Q?" vlififsv :xf "1 x .1-' Q, ' A K 1,35 fig.4g.? . V J ' - ' , .gt ' . r, L ...L,..J .' N u "Art . u,.v- "W ,X 1 ,.,u..vp,-K. x M ,- .e 2. fi 'E' H Q: 3. Q.. 'wwf i, gs Q ,, W M? ,JV 4.-W 1 1 vi j R L Q . Preparing students fora future career was the goal of Future Farmers of Amer- ica. Members of FFA attended stock shows and sold fruit sausage and chickens to raise funds. A collection for promotion of FFA, a Cireenhand initiation and parties completed their year. ta? FHA girls host an ice cream supper, tbl Project IMPACT in- volves flattening cans for Stephanie Higgins, Vicki Royal and Anita Grant. tcj Cliff Attaway, Denise Timian and jennifer King enjoy the FHA Christmas banquet. tdj jimmy Richards get chickens ready for market. tej Inspecting baby chicks, jimmy Richards and joe Pinson prepare them for raising. tfj FFA Queen Melinda Cole looks over the livestock. tgj This little lamb didn't follow Diane Rutledge to school-she kept it as a school project. 1a"sQ O' tk X, XZ sf. ', C X's... ,EQ ,,..i , M L , t , W P .N y s 'N elim 5 ,f Ahead ofthe trendlowafd magazine journalism in high school, the Monterey Mirror won state and national recognition this year. Edited by Pat McAfee, the newsmagazine examined city, school and national issues. Cartoons by Mark Dean gave a unique flavor to the bi-monthly publi- cation. Financed entirely by subscriptions and ad- vertising sales, the Mirror provides practical experi- ence for students who enjoy writing, selling ads or taking pictures. The Monterey Mirror was acreative outlet for staff members who gained much more than classroom credit. ii? " ff r ' 4- 5? ' KI I' .QW 'E .- U ! . 4 9 f 5 . Qrifii 'wwf .uid may 9' gil ,lgnii wid" iglwif-W '.l ' D fait gss. ' 5 I 'SPN ,JF ef: Q, t p x x ink Kal Using her own system, Editor Pat McAfee types an editorial. tbl In a quiet moment, Sports editor Cheryl Duncan copyreads a story, ICJ Drawing lots for the phone, ad salesmen jody McGinty, Karen Williams and Christy Robertson try to meet their quota. fd? In a rare burst of energy, Vanessa McVay and joan Rogers finish up typing. fe? Giving salesmen some advice, Teresa Kallina J! is ,di- s, af SpeCl3l Gfl:eCtS highiigmedme '74 Chaparral in an attempt to produce a popular book for MHS students. Although this year's annual was traditional in format, it was tied together with a unique theme and a stylized layout. Each section edi- tor was given certain rules to follow, and then was allowed to create an individual style. Staff members fought off a flu epidemic in February, finishing Chaparral '74 just in time for the final deadline. Year- book advisor Ms. Betty Stanley made sure the book followed good journalistic rules. Q sa M 'Q 'ry -, 'fa 'Q N 1- fx a v .- x ue at-K, , a.f.,1,, 1 -a-aa,,, iwvfwvt-We Q- 1 rf ""gnaaiu4l' A A-f"'fzma1sv 1 ulfzfsruanvf' -1' 'F ir-M Y "'fl1 i. e all P' "W -nwiguf it 4 "amass 45,41 I . H : 'lee 1 3 if 9 if gi 0' ,Z an f' " hw ,, as 4 'a,n,,.' ,aiinfxf K ' , na z 14 ,. ,mm fawntM,qw.-4 .i .u""' Gl'is5 'N' fffe' ' n xv 1 tl, 4- i "U" 'X T.. -tum:-Af M 'tiff' . ...... .imma H 'im ' tai Organizing is an essential part of Rosemary Robinson's job as editor of the yearbook. fbi Trying to distinguish between 8's and 76's, Senior Beth Langston concentrates on the ruler. tc? Choosing the right picture, Senior Keith jones readies prints for the next deadline. ld! Making a picture assignment, junior Debbie jones takes a break. lei Preparing her section pages, Senior Helen Lawson busies herself. lf? Typing up Cut lines, jo Lasater corrects a mistake. tg? Adjusting the thermostat, Asst. ed. Renee Holman and Advisor Ms. Betty Stanley cool things off. A t--'Ui A -at .ll . . I A'-4 "" t t -K it 1 Sf .. 01+ PHDT E. 5' e hundredthir .4 I ! 4 I Cast N We now present to you X f' ff t Ph 01 'U 5 N ff! fd ' ,V f thecastof 3 jig? fl Chaparral . . . 1 XX H . . . although f jf 'XS relativel f U ' y ew Q v3 stepped intothe limelight, ,fs-E every one of 1950 students X, ' Q Qi was important jeff! in producing 2 A -gi this year at X I Z Q MHS . . . faqixga g d X E1 . . . an ' Qt Congratulations ! Qi Z, f f' f 14" i or a ine per ormance X go out to I ln C35 f ff, 6352 f 'MQ 0300 of j "5" Q 'QL-4 X-A EYFQQ .54 , -:fn ,.f - r -0"- C5 .. """"'N" X ty-two W X if XV' fx! ,wif Q FJ li bg- s-1 fcartfflesfh Ji' H241 44.Q-n- W wedmfbsffld Rin 71 Lff n N lm NU! 3 ,- f 7 W 2:55064 QA fy X4 . WLC, X xt dt h d dth fy th ODS ' of these students, including leadership, honesty, de- M r- M Monterey, selected pendability and scholarship. A very close race each year by teachers from student nominations, prompted a run-off election this year, and even then exemplify the all-around Monterey Senior boy and the vote was close. Therefore, Mr. and Miss Mon- girl. Many qualities are considered in the election terey and the runner-up are pictured. fwdm s 14' ,S OUI' W4."""il" :HQ hundred thirty-five one hundred thirty-six National Merit Semi-finalists Top Ten in their own right, several MHS students have achieved high academic honors on a national level. .. . . .as stated by principal BJ. Randles, "These merit finalists have demonstrated their ability to achieve the most out ofthe intended purpose of school, education." 1 Dale Brigham 'Sf' it X Nu. Loretta Dickey 5 Q "Hl's'. 5 Q 9 Barry 1 one hundred thirty-seven Top Ten Plainsmen Seven girls dominated Top Ten elections this year- a boost for Women's Lib . .. . . . candidates were nominated by teachers, then voted on by the student body on the basis of leadership, dependability and other qualities . .. . . . as the contest takes the place of class favorites, nominations are not restricted to any one class. one hundred thirty-eight qs 5 'D WP .RN a .Khin sin' QM' is " .wigs ,, +- 'fn :- ,L v I 3 I ring? iff' if ,' , mf' 2 ' .Q , ' ' in .' V... , Q. xy p" 1 . 19- z, 'Qfa'FiF5 A x Q . 'ff 1 , .1 K- ws? 'ff -Q 'Qs , 1 V , 1 , A ,. , ', Mel '-" 1, ' ' , - .1-Fw.:-Z " L s' 9 '.. 9 4 , Q W .f ' 'ag ,T 5' 3 X !'?A Y J lg 7 , P S li' f aaa, Wg V ag' 2? ndrecisbjfty-nine Dee Dee Stephens Y ,f A Seniors X' ,,..a. 1-J 251 R l rf' 5 f Charlie Waters, president Cyndi Williams, secretary one hundred forty-one Pam Abbott Ellen Abney joel Abramson Mike Acker Debbie Adams Tony Adams jay Adkins Cindy Ahrens Gene Aicher Rhonda Allen Kathy Allison jim Allman Lloyd Allred Cindy Andersen Hal Applegate Scott Badgett lane Bagwell Sally Bagwell Barry Baldwin Mark Ballentine Bobby Barnhill lennie Barr Karen Barrier Brad Bartek Ronnie Beale Karen Beall jenne Bearden lanis Beauchamp Drenda Bell Mark Benak Brenda Benton Stanley Berry Danita Bettis Debbie Bigness Virginia Bitsche one hundred forty-two ,Mf r 'fvfifiizl-'.f:',Jif - . i , -,Q ., 1: V -, f W "-r 1:ite"5:f32'-ww ff , ,, V X., 4, ttf , Q ,. MQ.. it-1 af' if txf i ,V l i- 7 1 xi? 3 ja .5-99 da ,- Q li fl A Q ' of as M' Y if sii' i.. Y y if tiir A A 1.22 I i ivy- 'i'i wi 'yi 'QW A ff QF -f fa i .1 fa. MQW qw, 'w'fi,E,i rrs,,rsr , ., ffm: 'wwf '-"' if-1, V ' f - W I' fi 2 W! it be Q Q lf! 4 lt , X , ,Q if rl' I , at 'll X lf . Q .S 1 f Q' l H. if , .,ii,., , if J gg 1 Q -W , I A,,, ,, , My Q51 . Ja f i, Af , 7 Q53 Q5 S 1 j 4' ge, ' 4 f vb C' 'IW hs, V :- ' J' 21361-5 lei' :- ."f:si-'2' i f ' . W fs :- ga ,K f 'Z x fs 'W' Q l Striking an Dulin imitates a ml A xnxx Spinning diskx, Mark in between classes, Susan Irons checks in with "the Big Man,"Supt. Ed Irons. A-QB 4 1113 x Q.-, W vw fp 1 2-91 . 55:5 2. L Seni w superlo A Kathy Black Amy Blackburn Carolyn Blackburn Gina Blackwell Don Blake jimmy Blakely Cindy Blankenship Paula Boone johnny Booth Dana Boswell Don Boteler Terri Boulter David Bowlin jeana Boyd Karen Bradley lanis Brady Dickey Brandon Tom Bray jackie Breeding Dale Brigham Cheryl Briles Kathie Brooks Mark Broom Darla Brown lacque Brown joe Brown David Bryan Debbie Bryant Lindsey Buckner Wes Burnett Laurie Burnette Lee Burnham john Burrell Karen Caffey Cindy Cagle one hundred forty-four 'I 4? M , i, Y E Q 3 , , . -r -. ' ' wfrzisw 'A I L if W, , ' ,f-Q , vw - m -, f' f at 1 ,f ,QPN ii G We my f ' i' 1 r . ,az J ,A . r f iw, 'qi' . MW 5 1 fs. W ,ui W' B , f 1 A if, 'Y alas Q01 ,gg ,Q . in r ,H .M -, ,r ,.f,,,,, .","'- K G E. G A lie ,.,,fes:r,-, i, QMS ' 'Q 519' .J , , 1 lx 446 , .. :sw I i 5115 .f I V ,M - f wizfisw .M , 4 1 1 2' ' . , ,c,., ,, , ,, . , W, Seniors search for a way out of back-to-school blues Cartha Caldwell Benny Campbell David Cannaday Rean Canon Claire Carlos . ,ris, -fa ,A K lim Caughran Greg Chaffin Mark Christensen Terry Christian Bob Clarke Patricia Clary e xfs john Clements xy, Mike Cobb Michael Coffin Brian Cole Nancy Cole one hundred forty five Jon Chamberlain Cynthia Chandler Paul Chenoweth Mike Cocanougher Rusty Collings Bob Collyar Kim Colwell Kathy Combs David Cook Lynn Cooknell Edward Cooper Steve Copenhaver Zoie Corum Zane Cox Steve Craft Ted Craft Billy Crawford Kay Crawford Lance Crawford Gene Crites LaDonna Dacus Steve Daniel David Danner Ron Darnell Betty Daugherty Christy Davis Denna Davis Donna Davis jerry Davis Kay Davis Mitchel Davis Steve Davis Mark Dean Mark Decker jeannine Deering Pascale Delafosse Teri Dement Kirk Denison Billy Denney one hundred forty-six " 'W ,,.ff' Mfg A 6 .jigs ,KLV sl , , s . 's' I f grim V v ' fl W, f 'A -',, vw ' . 'aw f ' . , , ,,,., My V rrt W N ' t,,i A, , LV , V f ll- 1 2 Sli i it Q ,. 'l i I ,. . s,A 'aww ww -I f ' ,,,. J " -i'-' ,, "-, 'lyt t-' "', i'1: 5 2 ,,,, f,,!, ,f , , ' h F. fi, ,W X J: -ay.. ,, H 6-M415 -1- 2 i i M ' sg ,,-,I I A , - Q ,i f' - Q l 1. , l l 3 Z 'M fr AA . fy, 4 C S 4 AC' 10 v f S f i,,.C k.,. I' I , f gat,--,,t,,, ,, ,f 33 we -il r ryr,y y glvv- -L S L li - li' Q' at 'K E 4 l l .xl gli: . .. X 93 ' Y na 'A l 4 s f 1 M fy, 1 K , . F aaa r 1 f 'VU' rv pi--f ,791 .N 'KE llls 4-4, Linda Dertien Tim DeWitt Loretta Dickey Elizabeth Dickson Margaret Dillon William Dodson Billy Donnithorne David Dorman Rodney Dorman Liz Downs Pat Drennon Beatrice Duff Kelly Duff Mary Dulin Cheryl Duncan Steve Duncan Nancy Durham john Eakin Rusty Eberle Martin Edmonson bemors hll . a varlety of roles Q ' A ,X 'L" W rv -.W 1 NWA !lg" ll W ffl UA F , I l l F E ' V i 4-F' ,, Ai ,. it 4 7 QW? ., A ,wwwg an 5 Qi , x l iq '... ,il pl E ,,.t ' rf, F ,Try " .7 1 A f fa 2 F f ,. 1 , ..i. V Q, ' fl A ' LE V.: l 'v ,na ' 1 -4 i M. QI il F My ,- ...sg it X5 .H Vx ,f C151 A I Vx X, i 'X' 3 Xt K , F I ,Q , l ki T A it A fx Elk, 1 I il l I'-1 3 t 1 ll.a1 5' 1 'P ft, ,na -MJ ,:,,k l 'VQX fx ,f 432 if -fx Nancy Elle Becky Elliott Glen Elliott less Ellis Nancy Elmore Beth English Bobby Evans Pam Evans Pat Evans Danny Farr Brian Felty Susan Fisk Cindy Fletcher Terri Fligg Mike Flowers Terry Fortner lane Freeman Charles Freid Kenneth Gabel Tausha Gaddy Elvia Gaitan Susan Galanos Angela Garcia Kim Garrett Gary Garth Teresa Gaschen Donna Gault Barbara Geis Marty Gibbs Diane Gideon Robert Gilbreth Lynda'Gillen Leonard Glassman Pat Gollaher lavier Gomez one hundred forty nine Musical talent Senior Royce Gooch Daniel Gould Keith Gossett Susan Goyette Anita Grant Brad Green jan Green Melinda Green Oretta Gregory Susan Grice leannie Griffin Cathy Grimes David Grubbs Elsa Guerrero Tom Gunn Wylie Gunter Mike Hagan Tim Hagood Michele Haile Dennis Halford one hundred fifty swamps Assembl S ar I M zlfffseffamgggg .W ,,,, .. ,, t ::1:f,,,,,it:. 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IMQ. 5 Q V' f i Q, , 'Q if t fi if E t L R by Rl if ill :St ,. u , :L F 5 , 'A ' Qi Donna Hitchcock X i leanie Hobbs Ricky Hobson Jeanna Hodges Mary lane Hall Susan Hall Gregory Hallett Mark Halsey Marlin Hamilton Celeste Hammon lames Hancock loni Handley lanis Haney Ralph Harding Beth Harper Carol Hart Franki Hastings Keith Hawkins Mark Haymes Charlotte Hays Terri Heath jerry Hendricks Timothy Hendricks Harriet Henshall Ronny Henslee Rick Hensley Paul Herchman Gary Herricks Stephanie Higgins Mac Hill Rita Hill Russell Hill Sandy Hill Shirley Hindman one hundred fifty one Senior Assembl recalls the 50's Brenda Hoffman Richard Holden Renee Holman Richard Holt Kathy Hood Hattye Hooper Larry Horn Tye Horn Mike Houk Sandra Howitt Pam Huneke lan Hunter Marilyn Hurley Susan Irons Carol lrwin Carolyn james janet jameson Deryl jay Darlalenkins Bill johnson one hundred fifty-two L , J D y f 2 , K 'Q " S143 l Fwv Q , ' . :ff wifi if nr A x H fi l aims. 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A- fu fi-,aw W f fill la.. jan johnson Marcjohnson Rhonda johnson Vicki johnston Amyjones Beth jones Byron jones Carl jones Keith jones Robert jones Robin jones Steve jones Gary jordan Drew julian David Kaether Teresa Kallina jodene Karr Monica Keay Gary Keck Cheryl Keeter Allen Kelly Karen Kelly Nancy Kelsey Melinda Kenimer Tommy Kidder Nancy Kindred jennifer King Kirk King Rhonda King Gary Kirby janet Kirby janet Kirklen jim Kizer Paula Kizer Kim Kochanek one hundred fifty three Steve Komarek Andrea KomKov Larry Lambert Beth Langston loEllen Lasater Kim Latham Helen Lawson David Layne Rickey Leaverton Donna Led better Kim Leverett Debbie Lewis janet Lewis Michelle Lewis Don Linker Phyllis Litchfield Steve Loggins Tim Long Linda Looney Tericia Loran Kent Lowder David Lynch Patricia McAfee Cynthia McBee Billy McCauley Glen McDuff Carol McElroy Ann McGee Robby McGee Debbie McGrath Debbie Mclntyre Cynthia McKee Lisa McKinney Patty McMillan Brian McMurrey one hundred fifty-four 5 :zf , , H 'llii' ffii fl'i' 1" l'l ,ll 'zgylf W 'Ny 1. 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X ' . ty- - fffff . 9 15. 7 ,sf t. ill lla D 1 it ft vw, 1- gpg, , 61, Linda Morton Steve Mott i Valerie Moulder ' ' Bill Mullican ,f si ,,, fn i Lf' N X Q Sue Ann Myers V Jiy H 5 i f 2 r, Dottie Neese JM Paul Neumann y Paula New lg-. 2-4 i U Xe, 5 X 19- ':-f ld, If x I If 5 1 life K james Newsom Denman Nielsen A ' L Xu yy! i Larry Nix i f- ', Pam Nix Bill Oakley - Richard Oberhelman "K loan O'Briant Rhonda Odom Wendell Odom Thomas Oliver Fred Ormand ludy Outlaw Seniors enjoy longer lunch, shorter day one hundred fifty seven Teresa Pack Shannon Page Chris Pappas Connie Parker Sean Passmore Kathy Pate Pam Pate Dana Patterson Kennette Patterson Al Pattillo Alan Payne Dana Pedersen Denise Penney Lex Pennington Carla Pershouse Sue Pettyjohn Sharon Phillips Terry Piersall Lori Pilkinton joe Pinson QB, 151' ..- agsswi .6 Q, H - Q ,,..: Q, ' itr r r .. 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BCI tion la abreak, Glen Elliot an ith Potts awa their the FCA basketball game. A Demonstrating his a daisy f I " " I Trying out bench, Andrea ? 5 john Proffitt B others 1 ii 1 V... ie ! Q .Q J ,Irv f s if ctsi S , C , r ss' , f "ai , an 5' I I M 9' v AN' Q " iv- , -1 W' W A if v..",, F ig . 4, ' me i E , Y X I V y , , , 6' A if M. t 1, A- Q f I' 5 -i I-My , K ' fi K S , ff an - 'X' 2 gg, Vim' i g A ', ,,,A V j g fn S l i S25 I ' .' . A E 51, klyr X' 4 in A ,,f' f V ,K - 'fl l1 .4 lil? 1. , in 6-vw .-ok nk . ' fi, L -J Q- t Q f'ff'.v', ' .rv ,-X l ax 10115 ,1 4 .fx H 1 1,- 31 u If ' ' S ng 'X ,, xl ' I 1 I 'Q t z 'il' Q' ssl . M. xl f-Q 'v A. Aff 'K 1 4--. A ,zjm,.W 9 it -fm :.' .- I lx ii. R 'B s 'R 'ml' ,. as Ft i ,m. ii 3 Grady Robertson Rosemary Robinson Ernie Robles Beth Rocap lohn Rose Barry Rosen Gaynelle Rowe Candy Rowell Vicki Royal lo Ruff Coke Rutherford Diane Rutledge Lesley Ryan Nancy Ryan Carlos Salazar Don Sanders Mike Sandlin Karen Saylor Ctina Schultz Susan Schneider Mark Scioli Curtis Scott Terri Scott Dave Scruggs Bill Seaburg Michael Seward Steve Sexton john Shafer jimmy Shankle Scott Sharp Susan Shetler Larry Shipman Tommy Shirley Vicki Simpson Jacque Sinclair one hundred sixty one Getting into their roles, Seniors prepare for Kid Day r"-'r-- l'--l- + 3' V, Y, 5, ,Y 'U ,jfs 'QM' .. nw! ,pq S abr X Q5 T Ml, , . Sa xi ,Q Q .f r a N 5 A 5 I' ii, 1 at Q ,t fl 1 .Wh 'I -LIq,,42" ai1- 'iffy' " it S 7, Q ' 5 , :Ulf 4 l s , fff ' "'- 17-l fi. A """ K'-' fif ffizfie vzlf -15,-i, x s 'E , T. 4- it , , " 5 P.. Q 1, . X , g rl. . K A f. AQ X 1 2 513911 '. ' ' S A i , if A -4 V 4 as "' 1 S 'A la I 'F S , W . X ez' I Q ,v Q03 g, 'lk ' ,hw : ' . . ,i if N 1, ' ' ' I ,S it A , VVV, it W,,,1. ,VV X l .Xi V I l ' I 1 " H el 'wg X ,X 5, ,,,, , A l ts" ll . V' , ,VV Nh xii fu. it iyiqrvxm e E xr' ,V wr---,' 1" 4 4' f Kathy Skipper Cindy Smith Eric Smith jennifer Smith Kim Smith Rhonda Smith Sheri Smith Tom Smith Tricia Snodgrass lodie Snook Andrea Solomon Banay Sooter Lynn Sparks Debbie Stanley Sharon Stanley Dee Dee Stephens Meg Stewart Pam Stewart Tim Stewart jim Stobaugh john Stobaugh Susan Stuart Barbara Stubbs Diana Sulaica Becky Suter Podi Swords Gary Tapp Kim Taylor Sandra Taylor Bill Thomas Mary Thomas jerry Thompson Steve Thornell Denise Timian Ruth Tong one hundred sixty three Seniors prepare. Ricky Trice David Underwood 1 - ' 'xl' S- tx . leffy VHHCG Bill Van Fleet fi lil S 1 lllisi i Parn Vardernan Shelley Wagoner ff V Diane Wahl 'PW Ben Walker 'fit-'f 6, a Mary Ann Walker '-QL C we nf x i joe Waro f ,A Lynne Ward t r' ,f s Sandra Warden tr 1 if - S Phillis Warren 7? D ,Mi ,D " .x Vicki Warren Q", X . jh ' Mi a so i f if Peter Warshavv S D iw V S Charlie Waters W- ' Billy Watson i N Susan Wauer lm '75 lg' A M NQQ Sherry Weber NL -:ly 2, ,Tlx ' K ff X S S xc, 1 sss. X X S in , 1- Carol Weed Denise Welch W Gary West H Mandy West D 'J 'E . if S Steve Westbrook i f 'J S ' S, tssr' i one hundred sixty-four C.. 52 'fi f r fw- v UIES QQ' 1--,Q .1 ,E ff: b S -E A r E Roger Scar? orough my 5 I-' if ,A el 1- .. r nf fl Q4 av--6 yn 4 A 1 i " 4 ' 1 'W y 3, t I f Q J V . Qt flllifl , lg ttll f - EZ. ,,,,, . :'.,f : . - it 2 h , F J ii: 'Il J ll ik f fl I ,,. :. wt D I I , l t lli li .for the road ahead , ,fa ,.Q.w A, swag ,QQ rllls GZ' 1 Wg? 'I an ,vs X E X is A K ll f-'L , ' is 'f - as ssss ttlss A r as . - rwff- 4, ,L , if" 4 l: K- I , fs-., . - -V M H , ,,. ,Y W,,L f x ill 1- 1 uf f ' ,, -,. V :V ' .rl If ' . . 7 if , '51 , .f l?5jf'i:Q:, ? -1 .9151 " iw his ' 7-2 ' 4,4 ' vm: gi - . Q , - ' GQ i ' 1 e ryt ,.. 7' ll, xl . ,.z , f f 5. L L PQZWZW Q, ' " '1 'rid , L we f W. lynx tx ,f I 5 Z f -::S':Eiv' U ,' 1, 4 E:CiC?Sf'i,, ' , ,,., , Q2 ' Ta ff? ,f ff Y l l if 4 r David Wester Cynthia Westfall Amy White Ross White Martha Whitney Mike Whitt Susan Whittington Karen Wiley Stan Wilkison leffWillever Bill Williams Cyndi Williams Debbie Williams james Williams Mary Williams Rene Williams Richard Williams Steve Williams Thomas Williams Dale Williamson Sidney Williamson one hundred sixty five Graduation becomes a reality Robert Willingham Randy Wilson Debra Wilson Rodney Wilson Dennis Wisdom Tina Wood Veta Woods lack Wooldridge Donna Workman Chris Wright Darlene Wright Robert Wright jerry Wylie Scot Wylie Darla Yates Demetri Young Kayla Young Kim Young Tina Young Sandi Zinn Melanie Zurinski one hundred sixty-six .X r- Q, ., . . .Y l Al K' i f il f' . 5' 1. J-- i N A 4.-, I ? K .4 . fi I 1' - 1 Nl' i , . . . 'SA t I 1 Q s . I -QPF' a 4 1 " X1 'J ., X,7?g , Fl V ,tfflgltl V K ,JPY ' 'l l W A Q, ir' -' sw . ' K 'fi 'V . '. . y N ,-Q' 2' .. A R M fem - or ... .. , - .t ...Y 1 it tt ist l f i R 'R 'S n s s juniors .X X ska' ruce Frllmgfm preslden Jana Carrrtson, secretary one hundred sixty-seven juniors concentrate on new-fou nd identit Brent Ackors joel Acosta Rocky Alburtis jeffAlder5on Kay Alderson Donna Allen Jeanie Anderson Laura Anderson Mike Anderson Nancy Anderson Bruce Apsley Cindy Arnold Cayla Askins CliffAttaway Janice Autry Terry Bairrington Matt Baker Renee Baker Vicki Barbee Debbie Barnett Susan Barnett Shirley Bartley Debbie Barton Leslie Barton lim Bass Charlie Beasley David Beasley Edward Beauchamp Brenda Beck ner Rick Bell Mike Benham Dennis Benton Harold Bergman Debbie Berry Becky Berryhill Barbara Biggers one hundred sixty-eight . B iitti B B ,M ,Wa A Q' .B L -v Q. Mk., wr af h D Q H' it , Q Q 1 OK f 5 1 Q' ia ff l 2' 4 Wx 'QR X N l Bm' 'B " A fff..S'.: i Www B t' A V- ' - i ,. im ' i fr? ' 'R 2 c 9 . .. . 63 5 V V .f B vb t 55- " E'-'3',?3.t::: , 3 i NBL. be W C . 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B .nw im, l 'UZ lx at' X 5+ asssaas B i ' ll .C - hw A is -Q-lj - ' ' 4 rc xt .. -' Q f 4-4525. .4 .. jg , 4 ,., j Js " , f-1 1 . N is. ssfff ' se" .i . N , X x 4 ,V 2 y f ' 'll ' . .. ' . wi- nag, 1 ' 'f 4 A X 31 fi H ' .2-:FSH Qswifalff ,iff f B s- i FX B. .5 N xx 5 Z Q 1: 4 1 4 r s P lglli Q6-. 1eP4" - -1 ta? Trying to fit bark into his role as a Child, Mike Caudle ridea the merry-go-round. tbl Taking time out for fun, janet Rector and Mitch Monte await the take off. lil' Chamberlain b I I ,.:,k .. .. t..k g T Trary Chambers 'X ' 'giii Connie Chandler 2, si r -, E iiii'iii li titti1:.t -4. ef' A i f d Q C 'xx X - ','- ' E ' - ii- 1 'M .3 C A ic , 'I' 5. A T 2, 4. C ,. A ie- f ' w ' tl if f , if A A ' 1 ' f X Ester Chavez Karen Cherry Mike Chetty if 4 A . Ll, nny Chilcutz ii M :ke Chism iii'i Teri Choate A 'Jin A, Keith Christie 1 2 " 'H David Claborn Eff' -i Richard Clardy JZ QM vi 1 1 X 'P C an Mary Clark Steve Clark Cheryl Cloud , if - Marlene Cobb ' - jill Cocanougher jenny Coke -.. ,C Y ? "' f --its L- f, , I.. A - T 1: Karen Cole ax , i 3 , Qg ks m 7 5 'S gs in ,,, -Q Q-4 4: A Melinda Cole Cynthia Collier ,K Terry Collier Tanda Colwell X r' Linda Condra .,t lv ie' I K ' AK 1 at 5 4 f X Guy Conine . Cathy Conroy Donna Coorner If Lisa Cooper ,X Vickie Copeland Belinda Cotton J 5 Q t:., ... emttt J C 0 -3 if Q one hundred seventy-one Candi Couch Byron Cowling Michael Craddifk Cindy Cranford loAnn Crawford johnny Crawford Wyatt Crawford Katy Creel Robert Curlee Byron Dalrymple Sharon Daniel Doug Danner one hundred seventy-two juniors keep MHS spirit alive wr M f V V l ' Q ...-i I , my .KL i,, ,- .1 ,V 5 , 'Q Q , M, ff ' 9 W 'ai ' 6- , , ma, 1 K l I c ,, , 4 Q 2 P 2 Q + ,433 f ,f 1' 4 k S f "xr -e Q, 1' i if X'Y""'i 4 f ff NW 5 1 4s. ' I 1. -- ,vii V, ii ' ' - " ' ., i if .. WA- f V v-"M gi f Q, 1 .Q " 1 Cf -C a ,Q ,,,, ,,,i , , , ...v-Qs x x,, Q.. 'ilxyril x. xy I x ,n ,, 4 , mb x 5 '-Z! tai Nanry Tomlinson, Debbie Ward and Diane Webb stretrh their spirit to boost the gridders on to another win. fbi Showing typ- ifaljunior behavior, Mike MrCasland, jim Basb and Byron Cowling display spirit ata pep rally. ,, ll gg? 1, ' M H VV 6. I -,,i E ,.VV Z. it as V+, ' kv t 1 i Wi M S UA N 1 - .. ' A iff is L A f ' X 7 l ' 1' f I f J ' ,fs 'fig ,I ,GU 5, of V .7 i kf,.i s it i , W S. ,if- 4 in 5-W u A l t in ii tiz 'M' .7 , pk .-'VV,: K i I . 0.5 ,N tr i for A fif , ' ' 4 .' '-1 " ' F , 1 f I ,W , A , vs i 1 David Darden Steve Dare Suzanne Dare john Darnell Rex Davidson Randy Davies Drue Davis Guy Davis Dolores Dea Luann Dean Pamela Dean Steven Dean Mark Delozier Mark Dernent Karen Dendy Penny Denison Vicki De Weese james DeWitt Dale Dillard Dennis Dillon William Dillon Denyee Dorman Virginia Downs Richard Dudek Steve Duke Donna Dunfan Keith Duncan Cindy Edwards Diane Eggenberger Stan Eller Lisa Elliott Bobby Evans Mike Evans Bud Everton Larry Ezell Franey Ealbo one hundred seventy three Cecilia Farrar Linda Fergerson Laurie Fewell Bruce Fillingim Larry Fisher Terri Flagg Mary Ford Lisa Forsythe Shannon Fortune Patti Fouts David Fowler Robert Franco lohn Freid Beth Froust Max Fruge Rugh Gafford Steve Gafford Corina Garcia Yvonne Garcia Susan Gardiner Kathy Gardner Mary Gardner Dinah Garrett jana Garritson limmy Garth julie Gaschen Glen Gaylor Scott George Janice Gibbs Kim Giese Gayla Gillespie Lynn Gilmore Susan Goertz CliffGoff Greg Goodnight Glen Goodpasture one hundred seventy-four juniors mold memories at Cowtown ,U f? Jia' ,pre IQ Y? 25,6 1 t Hia li wg... , l 3 f 3 1' I ef .fr HIS wsu. f. :wi my W--,ff Lls 1.55 my , l"f:,Qg We ef ' , ,gf F ff,j1?'ii gl ' 'rt' 'I t , . F ' N ,x I ,L I M . L- M Q? 'V C md. C- , . A ,- 1 1, 44 , , if si L f--t W., T 1 1 ' Q in W Ys V Wrgy if I g ' -. I ,rs W ss'il5 Q.. 9 lv 'f 1 -' 'ws 4'f.1 . 4 - , te ff 4 N! N 3' g 367. 2 -- 43, H H 'V ,rl In g,- A . f, W '1 ' X 1 A 1 1 - , , p A A N A f' 7 9 . I - We. -1 'Yfv , . if , 'g "'V ,Jfggyffr h , s 'wesfws vt,, , W , I I ,,k, Ia y in If Eat K fgtrl ' .': I L xl' 2-- rfs 1 V .. .' : rfis 'V' ' K ' ' X , ,I A ' El if V ' F 'fx XA. T Kal During a slow number Karen Williamx, Monty Stumbaugh, Cale Tucker, andjeff Scott lean on each other and rest. ,. 5052 w - 1, k a ' ns Y -.x v :TX 4 c'k' ::- K. 1 -,,. 2 ::1f1'21sefs2zz2fy,- X S My 1 5 ,, , , T T' 'Y , ' f' ' ' " 'N Kf-f.'Lf 5 ' QP 4 -"' . ,Q - , I J I . 'G x it Q I .is h K' 1.. I 9 dv 'lik M 'b T fy- I 4 -fx , A .1 L . Qi " " L Q, .- , 1, 1 rf H' , 1, r , 1 ,, , Q ,,BX !"'?" ji, " 1- 3 .gift r 'x . at 1, , , 5 I 43- ,Xl Jn few it Donna Goodwin Laura Coolsby Diane Coulette Paula Coyne Dean Graves Terry Graves Stuart Craw Pam Green Greg Greene Sherri Cressett Cindy Crimes Claire Cryder Marla Cuinn Liz Hagood Charles Hall Pamela Hall Teresa Hall Loera Hamby Cindy Hamilton Huelan Hamilton Susan Hancock Janice Hankins joe Hanslik Shirley Harden Elaine Hardwick Kay Hardwick Scott Hardy one hundred seventy five Prom outlook dims as magazine sales sag Deborah Harrell Brad Harrelson Melissa Harriger Scott Harrison Mark Harrod Mike Harp loe Harris Ricky Hargrave Holly Hart Patsy Hartman Lisa Harvey Pauline Harvey Wickie Harvey Owen Hastings Eugene Hatfield Mike Hatfield Tracy Haymes Mary Ruth Haynes Phil Heimerman Carol Hemingway Cheree Henderson Roy Henry jack Henshall Carla Herman one hundred seventy-six x S K s,cc tci ?- -s P' ., 2 H A i i' ' 11 , A ' 1 'Q W, , 4 ' ' i A ' . a K f- 4 A sci, A Q1 VF Q , 4 MMS! ,Mi fi '- 5 " x 3. N, V f W1 ii f .M is '--....,,' 4 1. S Q do ,. Q " ,IE I. l cffilfi, - , ' s 4' i 'F ' aff ' H if 'wmv 'Ui J' 5 v ' iis, H - 'ar , x.. A 5 s ' ' fi. i .y':i'lli,i 1 f A 41 1 ll , j . R il V. . N J N 4 'Y , Bm Q 'U 4 ' i"- ' in af H " we me iiia 'H 'f i s . 1 i iff rv- - 1 - ' 11.2 525 X ' l N l tal Letting the early morning hours get the best of her, Drue Davis yawns during junior Council. tbl Comparing notes, Susan Barnett and john Moore look over Prom finances. tcl Stressing the importance of selling magazines, Tommy Montgomery gives the Student Council report in homeroom. - W ,,-., K, W,,55gmm,,.f,1,Lk K , .rt 'R , , . . , vfii , , ., . ' - ' jp- - . K . 1., A " QA 1: ,Jr i C , ,, P V V 9 f t X ',,'i,'lt1 krkr V1 X .1 :rx Q ' f ' 4, -4 3 -. '- w 4 illi fl 'rr . A '61 X 1 Z Q n f - 4 , y 5:- 5-..r Phylis Herring lan Herzog Keith Hewlett Cindy Hicks Vickie Higgins Debra Hill jimmy Hill Teresa Hill Connie Hilton Brenda Hinson Andrea Hogar. Nanette Holloway l'Nan Holmes jayle Hooker Vickie Hooser Mindy Hormann Danny Horton Beth Houser Cary Howard Becky Hubbard Larry Huddleston Pam Hulett one hundred seventy seven Homecoming brings dates, Charles Hurt Mike Hutchisons Darlene Hutto Joy lckes Vicki lngraham Kim Irwin Joeljacobson Katrina Jarman Jon Jennings Erik Jensen Tonya Jernigan Davidleter Dannyjoachirn Greg Jobe Shanejohnson Larryjohnston Cheryljones Cindylones De'Aun Jones Debbie Jones Teresa Jones Vickilones Pam Jordan Shaula Jordan Janet Kaether Bobbie Kates Connie Kayal Tammy Keck Ricky Keith David Keller Patti Kennington Glen Kent Allan Ketron Cynthia Kidd Buddy King Cary King 5 'ki 1- 'ii .fvx ,A W-tn," Q w 'K ,Y . 1 'x k i J E T J- M f A 'D tv X C V .5 'Qt' Q ,.-. . t ., - ' 'Q V ' .,,, , - 4 L" me k-.f , - -1 'if' 5 . if one hundred seventy-eight 'si it Q-,i c mums and a win for K ,iz for F M. , , ,, x 1 gi is ik 1- x s . . J, sss ., M. ,,: ,- X .L My i gf ' 43 .V t V f ' T' 'if 5 , .. ' D3 . S3 JY ' . i . it in K va IR Ni. Q - f"'R La- sf e' 1 I .i,: ' 1' XV , ,. A is I I A , L A K J , , ,J 4 C g r 4-, mg., M ,i-P , . . x, ":,x. K I M- 1 '1 - it K' 2 A ,xg tg' , . 15, , , -pd Q' . v,.,,, A 4 K if.. v t' t 5 , . " r , i , - , 3 ,453 S ' .cy dw , i wt 'X Q-K ' X Qgfgtyg-Q - Z: at-vS5qFvTTg5,5i 1 4.33. fd' V n 1 - , ' ' '. 1+ iris K L .f n .V msg -mr At x 3 , X -sei juniors - t iv 5 ir' X ' a 'iv N :.:.i , :m:.. N M 1 4 L s- fe, 1 in ssst 'X B . i Q K :. -3 2 Q J. , ' X, ""' Q --'L 'lfii fm ,1 . 'Pl 6' C- is .bc l " ' gg i' M .L V h s in .2 V 1 ' E was isa uf A5 N A ,I Q L V ff tn' , N V v all 2 M J' I Leonard King Robin Kirkman Kim Kitchens Don Kizer Kenneth Koen Tina Koen Ida Kolb Lisa Knight Bill Kritzer Rob Lackey Stephanie La Cour Annette LaFoy Phyllis Land fed Landry Kurt Lankford Lochland Lansford Kelly Latimer Eddie LeBreton Cerri Leslie lay Lester Cary Lewchuk Cheryl Lindsay jo Beth Littlefield David Lockerd Bobby Lofton Pat Logan lack Looney one hundred seventy nine Adrienne Lorance Barbara Lowe jean Lowin james Lunsford Becky Lynch Monte Lynch Barry McBee Lawrence McBee Mike McCasland Kathy McDonald Robert McGarrett Guita Mcllroy Kevin McKelvy Brad McKinney Barry Malone Mike Malone Monty Malone Sheila Mann Brenda Marshall Mark Mathis Katherine Martin Vince Martinez john Mathews Kathy Matthews Bryan Matticks Michele Matticks jane Matrox Curtis Mayes Andy Mears Nanette Mecham Holly Meeks julie Meeks Susan Meenaghan Nicky Merrell Colette Merritt Melba Mersiovsky one hundred eighty juniors research, research, research. fe , L r tr Wa i l sttt q::,- L stts .- 4' it , A f Zire ,Q -j.:j:3::j::,:j.- fn' K b .1 1' " L ' 'G Q H 'Q is -Q , ,,. ZZ' Q. K ' , 'I ' 1 , Yweyr 'trrt t ' 5' ' ' ' ' f i s L f Ei' as s T k Ar. L " 'li i .L 3 L 'if .AJ 2 Qif-' ' ,z .,,, V' L 7 ,qi 1 ,..,,f. Ml ' K J Q "' ' . Ai's::5f22gsssiQ2fi: wil, s at , D , , , ,,tt ? V to .s x , -ij L L 5 ttsst M I it k':L,, 46 if X' f tyrt ww 1 ' Lv ,, V " 0 fn- , J fi y as yytt f ,f 'i'i t.: A 1 -t, f- qi Q s ,I ' V I .it,. ...,., r it 5,61 - i Q f' , , s r , ' . ' ,-Z !L,ev - ,el if N M - . L L ,f , 5 , ., I ' , - r , I K ' J Z A . I 4 tal Thumbing through the card catalog, Beverly Mitchell looks up information for her junior theme. tbl Checking reference books, Mark Roddy works diligently. 3 X l ,S " Lf K 1 at if 'M f e sf s at - 5 Q, K N 541 tx Exif! ii, tl . 20' it 1 -- ' :fy , 1- t y 4: . P-5.x V7 ,.'- . 19,2 H 1 4' -'F Ae Y 1:5 4. W i -an X I A Y 'I !' 'iii' xs r -jg Q A Mx 'i til l-mi xy I '35 l ,X 'ii' ' iiee , tt eii s 2 ..i--' r AA. R. 5 E225 x. X li' N Q V 't 'iz' .Agia-5 .fs J ii, ' .fs " xi , -e T X t 1.1 , xy i ga-Q K I. 3-.1 f'. 'Wiki 'lql' -'w ,Ct 1 N 1' vi- -iiii-e, X Eff . at J, I' b ' -'57 52271. P3 me ,Q 'P 3 S in f - t as 5 - 7, ' K gs 'T A l ,z 49 Karen Messall Gary Messersmith Marka Miller William Miller janet Millican Beverly Mitchell Doug Mitchell Kathryn Mitchell Mitch Monte Preston Montgomery Tommy Montgomery Brenda Moore john Moore Shelia Moore Mona Mosley Mike Myers Annette Nava Preston Nebel Paul Neel Ricky Neves Mike Neumann Camille Newton one hundred eighty-one Many junior girls get involved in Tri-Hi-Y Clif Newton Martha Nicholson Sue Nitengale Craig Northcutt Alice Nystel Kevin Odom Stephen O'Neall Celeste Otken janet Overbeck Dianne Owens jennifer Owens Martha Owen jackson Pace Marilyn Parr Jana Patterson Paula Pavlicek Amanda Peggram Debora Perez Melissa Perry Steve Perry Faricha Peters Belinda Petty john Pickett Nancy Pierce one hundred-eighty-two ,1 .4 . ' .f X +1 eil e eess W -,Q Q y ., X ,.,.L, Y X .1 , .. 2 O O - -- N rf! 1 ' P ' ' 'K' ' -a , - -rg. fi' ix' I - 4. a , - t . gif- Q . X P fag K .A M' A 5 f V , X. A , it , .3 . l 1, , . fY,:L' ' 1 ,T I i ,. iv V E 1 M , sf ,viii 2 A " 51 f , A if . it "W O , 1 I N ' ' A , . MI ii, .'l'ii . 2 mn Y is, O , , ,. x was ff., h at ,, in 4-. .Q 5. , K .L " ,t.i , N - tai Absorbed in thought, Lisa Harvey listens at Tri-Hi- Y. lb? Trying to keep her balance, Debbie Berry decorates for the Lubbock High game. il 10 .N W ,i - ef- -was g igi lggg ba . . - f S if A ' . " e, K 5 A gy. t , -3,64 . . .ls Q. as 5' X P , gggg P .Q ge A E K 5 fssiw- tha X Vo- i K V i. i,'. i gg -.2 L' ,.y,x A Y , g F E 5 ' f T f - i kt it ,igia ,- ,, .L -- X 'P " J' ri? 'S if 3 .J , T I f T ii? . - ' N T ' .e'e M . 'f , Terry Pierce Charles Pinkerton Trent Poindexter Richard Potts Steve Powers Steve Powers Mark Price Steve Price Shawn Provence Marilyn Pugh Bryan Ragland Randall Ramsey lon Randles Rickey Rangel Paul Randolph Billy Rankin William Ransom Kay Ratcliff Belinda Rawls Ricky Ray Mark Ray Rock E. Read Brandt Reagan lanet Rector one hundred eight y three junior sponsor Ms. Corbet aids puzzled juniors A m a nda R eed . .fg Cathy Reed W x K Paula Reeds " Q , R iz' V . Allen Reid If ,-A N ' TTY , afv- f Y Gary Reeves am A ' ' QV, ' , I Penelope Reeves 1 g I M" fn gg wk ' ,, . ' 38352 'I . " L f N 'H , 3 51, 'ja QQJ5 . f Q. X Shelia Reeves me Sharlan Renfrow A A wx A , .9 leffReynoIds V f , - A 4 N 5 john Rhea 5 9' " If 'FQ Rhonda Rhoades . Kalem Richards 'C ' A, W if ilvlluuvniapg- one hundred eighty-four :wma tal Totally exasperated with junior Class Council members, Ms. jo Anne Corbet relaxes a moment before first period. 'fgt -, W V ... ". ai' 2 V L 4 W si j 5 r fair ii A r A Q C 5 0 , X .QA if asf' " ,rv Y ii' gy m ' lp g any 0' 6-'Es w 4 ip' V5 ,V S.. , 3.- S. C 4 y S A , st -w ,, A vs: 1 y,-Q. 1, L N f 51 Q .. ,,L P X V . , t :ran ge iifgfl. t-1"'W3 I8 to x.- kb F eff 6. . 'K' as. , . D ia. IN f . 'Q 15 I ix-il' - Q., -wr' ., AS E me 5 4 'Fi -6. 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'70 1 X 4 , zu' 47+- .fp f .IJ Carla Rickardson Rick Rickert Donald Riddle Teresa Riley Rosa Rios LeRoy Roach Christy Robertson Lynn Rodriguez Sammy Rodriguez Susie Rodriguez jana Rogers joan Rogers Rita Ruff Carl Russell Kerry Russell Buzz Rutherford Merle Rutherford Kevin Sailsbury Charles Sanders Francis Sanger Carolyn Scarbrough Laura Scioli Barbara Scott jeff Scott jeri Scott Michael Scott Mark Scurlock Gena Sedgwick Glenda Settle Sandra Sever Randy Sewell Brad Seymour Paul Sheppard Lisa Sheridan Karen Short joe Showalter one hundred eighty five jerry Simmons Eddie5imPS0f1 Leslie Simpson Michelle Sipes Kathy Small Kevin Smith Kim Smith Lee Smith Sam Smith Saunya Smith Carol Snyder Mark Solesbee Lisa Spann Sharon Sparks Sara Sprott Cindy Stalcup Linda Stanley Glenn Stallings Charles Stephens Robert Stewart Wendy Stewart one hundred eighty-six juniors fall victim to flu bug ff' tm ti 1 , A R si J , mfr' i y 0 3 me R fu R VA If A, S x-'vu gli' Y H ,t 4' SVA - . A., A ' 1 1. H . L S ff ln x ' . , X K, . A I X. ,Q f .f lv- . S 4-I 'Jr 1 1' ', x '- V 7' X W 4 f ? jf , gl . g Q 1 L it y mm 4 - at' f - S. lr K fl, W A Vx 'Z L MN! "rf A we wig H 44: x 5, f , S - mama V:.hiA X , S , . X P , .t . v 4 - 5 K 0 f , Tai Clad to be juniors and not having to eat in the cafeteria, Kim Wyatt and Susan Dederich eat out. fbi Waiting his turn, Cliff Attaway takes his temperature as Ms. june Ducker checks Andrea Hogan's throat during the flu epidemic. 5 O H ga 45" ,. 6 W . 'Scsi 'T ' Y TY in 1 sit V 1 S K ds, . T " f .. .-af if, . ,f f1s if iif" "V: i'iEi -if1.-i g Q ,2.. v-.....- 2 .- f 1 - ,ff . .1 ,f f. '5 af T 1 + Kerb "- M v " if A Robin Stovall Sharilyn Streetman Steve Stiles or Sandy Stuart Monty Stumbaugh Rose Styles Shelia Suttle Keneal Swanson Daryl Sweeten Greg Talley Micheal Tarver Greg Taylor 4 I Rebecca Taylor Rod Taylor Scott Taylor Terry Thames D'Nan Thetford jim Thomas Kerry Thomason Terry Thomason David Thomson Brent Tidwell Tina Tisdel Sherri Tipps one hundred eighty-seven Talentf Nancy Tomlinson Alan Tribble Ronny Trice Gale Tucker Nancy Tucker Tommy Turner Baron Upton Vicki Victor Debra Vinyard Sandi Voight Debbie Walker Debbie Ward Holly Wardlaw Richard Waters Cindy Watkins Laura Watson Landa Wayte Diane Webb Ed Webb Rodney Westfall Reagan Whatley Lindy Whillock Melody Whipple Robert Whipple Iourishes as juniors prepare for assembl '-'H-. i' "WI: fp f ,V 35- ' K Z, li m- f li H. W if 3' at VLA T R R , l .3 We aa K ,..V , L, my fy, .1-vt 4" "vZ11s'fw.-.,' ' ,W I 4- '4 r ' gx r e Q.: Y: ' ff' 4. av-v fggj "" X, QVX u 5 y 2950 175 " Q -i .. T , W ' L Q" 15 Q 'lx i K T ,,,r, f 51" ' , ""' , ' V aff ' .. a 4 -5 v i K '. I W I Y ', I 4,c,..f h wy' ,X i T f 1 T iii . .fi t o R ta i i E4 fi ,Vf, ft VVVV ei'i A A .l.i Lv- f . -. 'ijQ3,,,,' T -A-X Y 'th 'Q-it' t' gg 3 gi i A4 one hundred eighty-eight 4 'J ,W . ' 1 rf ,, ,4,, 1,- "' " 9' r' E2 2, 1 A hr' , W H , , wwnd i '5- 411. xx f?. f .J YN 1 'G' --M-fri taj Doing her part in the junior Assembly, jo Beth Littlefield sings. lbj Practicing their medley, jeff Scott and Steve Price con- centrate on their chords. lcj Singing and doing her own accom- paniment, jenny Coke rehearses before the junior Assembly. S K fc,-..,f:A 1 N 4 4 ' if I ' I X Q W . 5 jan Whitaker +I ff SteveWhite -.vi . i' ' 'K 51 V- t-H all xii i v Holly Whitwood , 'Q Brenda Widernan X nf - ,x Donna Wild Beth Wilkinson rv- A K R91, L I i r'1 -r., V one hundred eighty-nine Futures brighten as Gary Williams Gwynn Williams Karen Williams Nancy Williams Rhonda Williams Christy Williamson Vicki Williford Arlene Wilson Carol Wilson jackie Wilson Roger Winchell Elizabeth Wood Vicki Woods Cary Wossom Kim Wyatt Dennis Wylie Paul Yarbrough Stephen Zinn Laura Zorns Karen Zouzalik Steve Hester one hundred ninety juniors 0 . tal Trying to decide which Senior ring looks best, Steve Powers d S S shows Faricha Peters. tb? Getting the feeling of her coming role 0 r e r e n IO r r I n g as a Senior, leri Scott tries on a Senior ring. 2 fl 'XXX f NA . HJ' ?'4v - I., an 1, 71' I if I J. 4 r' f il' at X in i JL fw nv Ar I 52 ' Ffh " w ifi 1-, r l QE, S ', in ."k.-f! . . S w , eggs ka 1 ,...,. l i ' i'..- " ,fu ff- 75 ,Q ! 5 ., ., 5 K ft , , s t v iew, .fx rf 'U if N'-mi.. A it Q ,., , -Q30 4:1 i 2 :L P .V il ' S X 'lXxi 'b , if t v 1 ,, 'S t"' Stk -5, J 1 ,. . ' V ' i A ,. HQ' iiiitgiff' ,t .st K i if t f f ' - r' gi t I , , V, , my . 1 , ,A A ,, ,.., is I 'W mv E -f?1'F-TW? f WT: . as - 1 'I i- S ""' 'QM -' if , ,. ' Y - ' , . 5'-2-1? f 313215 l ': Iliff, A 4 Q.. ? g, ' 4 . 1 " X 2 ?2'l,i'5' i,."1'1 if S' ' ' , t, if' if' ' ' ' , W Mg aff!L'1n41 f h. r 9 1 - f 2 .l ' Q i X Sophomores ,VW ss ziwjl. .W Sm? ' I , 5 Q J' WM. "ww , ., 'WW-1 Ma, M9 -:lf 'In-sag ,M RE iff 1"-vi' 'sl' Tom West, president Tricia Wade, secretary 'X jg one hundred ninety-one Kent Abernathie Cene Abney Eric Abramson Laura Adams Walter Ainsworth Kelley Aker Regina Akin Suzann Akin Dan Alderson Paige Alderson Donna Allen Kathryn Aicher jerry Allison Kim Andersen Brenda Anderson lohnnie Anderson Lanette Anderson Shawn Anderson Nancy Archer Trey Atwood Denise Bach Bob Baggett Becky Bailey Sharon Bailey Donnie Baker Peggy Baldridge Leesa Ballentine Cheri Banks Cecelia Barber Vernon Barber one hundred ninety-two ff' fi: If '- JE V71 'J V mg ,NIS x ' Ogg 3 A , Sophs elect c If V :JI if ,W f, V -, 7 ,pw :nf Y I-.. , 1" mt , B v 1' , M, X L, . 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I 4.,,. gi' i .1 If james Barnett Beverly Barrier Gina Barrier Glenna Bartlett Roger Baugh Baine Bean Katharine Beard Gary Beaty Karon Beckwith Renee Bentley Tina Benton Gerald Bergman Karen Berry Kimbell Berry Vicky Berry Lynniece Billups Kim Bivins Mona Black Suzan Blackman Denice Blanscett jennifer Blevins Billy Bohner William Boon Anita Barnett David Botkin lody Bouldin janna Bowen Dewayne Box Conni Boyd Debbie Boyd Penny Bradford Venetia Bradley Larry Brand Walter Breeding james Brewster Elaine Brigham Kim Britt Elaine Brock Sandra Brow Charles Brown Sherrie Brown jonyce Brownlow one hundred ninety three Rebecca Bryant Susan Bryant Paul Burford Becky Burnette Danny Byers Clay Cage Gene Caldwell Michael Callaway Pamela Callender Bobbie Calvert Dana Cammack fe-f in . su, W Susan Buckner . H '23 'ff 2 J- M' Q Rossi Caraway Deborah Carlisle Mike Carmichael Angela Carney Bill Carruth Bruce Carter Kay Casner Ann Chalk Lisa Chambers jill Chisum Garnett Claborn RayeNell Canon fav :- as ,ir 52 Q I , 1 6 'Rx i it l S 'F-5 li 1 ' Debbie Clark Stephen Clarkson Lance Clemmons Pam Clevenger jerry Coble David Cockrell 1. . T' . if 6- w N- 5 5 tl J g , 5, ,L Y 'Fx X . A J K r X, ' tu 1 :Q Q. Sophomores 4 ,uf ' 75' any 1 -i Q7 fn ,M it P 3 v Us 7 N l'! Viggiffi T J A f" W JF s 'A A Q- ,, Q y Lt e f "N, ' ,in It e W C i 1 1. A ss ' f . Ag , in R V 1 . 0 ga 1 -D , -" 3 "- , , 1- , 5: f fs 1 - ,QL i V ,,,. N I - X A " ' r ' N 1 I 5 at 'ff My X X a ' I , 1 , '- fa Il Theresa Coffman Shelley Collins Tracey Collins Billy Colvin Parn Conely Debi Coffin Casey Conine Cindy Conner Brenda Cook Robert Cook Shana Lynn Cope Teresa Coppedge Kim Coulter Susie Cowan Kevin Cox Rhonda Cox Marian Crafl Mellisa Craghe ad Mary Crelia Peggy Crofoor Vanessa Cronk William Crowder Mike Cummings Lavonda Curbo james Daniel Nancy Darnell Danny Davidson Diane Davis jeff Davis one hundred ninety five .W X ,b f i Debbie Day A 1: -I -is .ee L , ,. 'df S - ' ' I d ff' 5 Coming mc u es Sophs ll? 'SEEQEQJK , ygfifsiigee Nslfhae'DaVl5 - N at as ,Q M "'A1 l: A Ixxh 1 K M3532 an 3 Mark Dawson 'Z-W 7 , L XW ' S as K Sheryl Deering Timothy Deering Kelley Dennis Robert Densford Dianne Diamond Kelvin Dobbins Kathy Davis eww , .N A we Saitek, NK fi' . 'G' 2 Denise Dodd Terry Donathan Mike Dorman Kellye Dozier john Drew Kevin Duncan Susan Duncan Brenda Dunn Mindy Dunn Sally Durham Brent Durrett Celese Earnest one hundred ninety-six c v , X v ' " H2 5, 'S Y fi M i 49 1w1H', aww-new: ...-. , , , .. .,.a . ..: ,.t. E , aw---iayzwfwfy, ssi M 4- .tml-Ss - . s v.. f , , ,1- "' vs K 'lim 4, 1 ,. v 3. My XERN ' Mft kkm 3 :megs N 5. 1? xg ' ttt S56 .S X 'Y' Us mihlQ,,151f' 199215113-i C - f 12' t : MW Q. -ad fu ,....-. u 5 , V A ,nf . ' ff li 65 C-th . L f 1 V444-z Q . 'illlw' Pm' "fit, e l f ' 'A' Y vy'k' -E t Q, ""' 's :I V, -1 w - :I wi- ' 4' F Ari " 3 F we 'F Q raaes ' - ii 1- " In qi, I Q ' l. - 4 Q y E . ,X ,A X .J I , ,K 5, x. f A - 1 , V S. 6 he N ., t 1 4 .' U'- Q. N . -, W y Nj- ,-5, I I G A55 ' ,J A .. ,, ,, f , M 1 fs.- Q V' , , rr. l .4 .' a fx gift' f , 1 55 V A Q 27 6 'f Kim Edgar Donna Edmonson Cindy Eggenberger Carrie Ehlo Steve Eldridge Debra Eller JoAnn Ellis Deveron Ellison Lisa Ernest Cordon Essary Cindy Fanning Olan Farnall Brenda Farris Debbie Faust Timothy Feagins lean Fewell Toya Fikes Kellye Flanagan Terree Fletcher Vickie Flowers lett Folsom George Forston Cindy Foster james Fowler Velma Franco Teresa Franklin Danielle Freeman Donna Freeman Lynne Fruge leannie Fyffe john Gafford Cindy Gallett Kenneth Gardner Kim Gastineau jane Gault Michal Gavler Rodney Gentry Lana Gilbert Cathleen Gilbreth Carol Gilliam Kerry Gilmore Cynthia Godinez E fn W , if one hundred ninety-seven M7 W ujdfm YNO 5, .9 Soph adds David Goff Donna Goldstucker Gloria Gonzales ' john Goodgion Mike Grace Houghton Graehling 75-' ? L , :PW , M 1 I I any .X-M DechiGraham Kim Grantham Lindi Gray Ross Gray D'Ann Green Gary Green '.,, V '1'L.,-. , L to rallies r 1 -r-- '-.- a G x 551.1 S ... M 5 inf K :aw 1' t 1.1, Q x iw' ' , G K ' K Qt ' Qi Q .K X ' . K K . .5 I fy.. -M H ' Q, . fgigff- w 4 , A Q , G ' Q, 4 f 1 1 -7:4 :wtf J P' V Mf., 5 1 X 'tx '+V 'G G GQG fy, P ta ' I - , mv. Larry Green ,H M ' Q --W MR f. . Laura Green ' QT' Q, L At i G V, 5 Lifyi. ,, , .N , K ' Kim Greer x G G L E .,. , ff ' G 0 Myron Grennell Y ' I -f ' ' ' jeffGriffith Y J , . Xu' "' ' . . K -, -:cal X? Mark Griffith A ' ' Q ' - A X - 1 ti , t 5 xl' M - it fl G M. 1 I X Vx e E up leff Haile M -, is "t'1 . A , 35 Randy Hallenbeck A A X. K A' if .A 1 Alvin Hamilton to Naam tti G ,G X G G L hat Bryan Hamilton 5 Q5 At ? A 'Q - 1 ' ' Canda Hampton lk Larry Hand G . , 'Nix Q - f, if ' 4 ,.A " it .i Q V FS 5 A TK.-.2 5 A iff. Q . - 1 :aiu 1' 6416's-Si Sr 21:1 X ' . one hundred ninety-eight Xe Q X Y Q' V , .1 new 1h, 41, M kX , s ' K.,': ' ff .1 it F4 ev I as N F 4 40 iisc s K Y' 5 1' X J ,ft fi? , X - '18 ' ' ' S 14' 5 ' i fi ei , . 1.5-if n ..-X - lfz V -sg, - .m Ray Handley Bryan Haney Debra Harck Tommy Harden Kim Hargrave Keith Hargrove Teresa Harkey Bruce Harmon Dean Harris Cindy Hart Pam Hart Randall Hartgraves Roy Harvey Elizabeth Hawley Arthur Hay Brenda Hayes Phillip Hays Lana Hearn Mike Hefner Arvin Henderson Ricky Hendricks Scott Hennigar Helena Henslee Debbie Henson Tina Hester Karen Hicks Danis Hill Russell Hartsfield one hundred ninety nine Brenda Hindman Sue Hirokawa Cay Hix Karen Hobbs Connie Hodges Eliot Hodges Susan Hodges Steve Hoeffner Clyde Hoffman Rana Hogan Mitchell Hogg Barbara Holmes Vergil Hopping jeff Housour Cheryl Hudson Roger Huffaker jody Hughes Debbie Hurt Kim Husband Norma lrwin Diane Isbell jennyjames Cheryl janek Debbie jarvis 6 . . . into action with decals wel, V 1 . , x , K , ' 25 ,: 4'- . HN: tw - sf as 0 f,:1g.gt7f. ,, f.2Q'fJw:f. . - A 4 41 4. in der' 'kan Vlckljay jim jeffcoat Andy jennrngs james johnson jana johnson Pauljohnson Valerie johnson Dale jones Gale jones Haroldjones Mike jones Shirleyjones two hundred M '-rig' I ff' ,Ar -a. Sher' fllrams start their Bar n and Vrck1W1llram5,jun1or5. ' 5 , , - ' ,X K - l L'L' M A , w if' G ' ' . , i V Thomas joyner 1-4'-'W-I - 1-at It , P IK de ,MK 5 f V A A au ammer lener ,NT ' , E -E Kellye Karr VW " K' - A V ii Kendall Karr 1 " N ' 1 Lori Kennedy f , ' ' l . , Q, X 7 X ,, w w f - 'K 7 .K 5 A 3 , we tl L if f - CindyKeff1S ' ft r f ' . , f t, 4 a ,,:. Karen Kerr , ., ' .-.. , - , X 5 " I L f 3 ' , , Q V KVM VVAA, M Melyssa Kettler -4--' ',T'.Lw 3 S xy' ", ' -'74 jerry K illion .I if , F X V ' . " Carrie Kung , R g t. 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'gf -' -. i V A , a A 6 'N two hundred one David Kuhnley Mark LaRoe Stephanie Leach Ricky Ledbetter Brent Lee Tim Leslie Nannette Lester Paula Lewis Delwayne Linker jeff Litchfield Allen Litton Carol Locke Danny Logan Linda Logan Matthew Lohoefer Steve Loran Mike Lowrey Robin Lowry Ronnie Lugo Lee McAfee Bart McCarty Brad McCarty james McClain Katy McCulloch Cynthia Mclfarlin janice McGovern King Mclnneb Doug Mclntyre Roger McKee Norma McKinley Cary McMillan Mark McNamara Victor McPhail Teresa Mabry janet MacNair Paul Mann Sandy Mann Margaret Marable Debra Martin Karen Martin Girls learn to in Homemaking 1,-an 2, ' Q -ee ,.,, K, 5 Trl 1 My . t 5 ,X l 5 ,ft,,,. Q,,,,-Y A 24" R VV , Htl' , f it 1, t W., ff 'figs ge t ,aitfyyi t Z, ,,.,, W- 5 dx . W 3, 5 1 , at flfk it A A t2.' 0 .- 'x , x 't jenny Lawrence it 't ' "' 'li 953, fm s. 'ar'-' zz, ' tri? ,, o , 2 ' ,V .M E W , t :ego an ' -'fini ' ' K , -. v f nfl' , y If 'V' f 5-uw f..,.- ,',, Todd McDonald 'Cv li X, two hundred two f ' ew 2 2 'K K f -39252. . , , f 'pl ii ,. 'L' , ,, . .W fit.fi,, , i , 522,11 ' M.. Q-.. 1 , f, . ,M tt,t 1, 1 f- '14 -' f fluff. ' ,V ,E 45 H J l V' " H, I if? 'ffl T' if 'W :ai , 1 in X . , M2334 , gi? W ' iiiiii 4, , . N 'f V ' "" f "'t, "ll" 'W Sgr" its elf ' Q ,f , 'Wi . T ff , 5 A f +'i l f M xi 'E if X x A 5:7 'Z' i Ba ' , ,,t1y,,,,. 4. .j Jw , i w fi' 'K A A f"' of QQ -V L af mf ,L ff' f ' an N. 4, ' L jd ,.. H 'K' ' A L . f . E ij. j at .A D it it 57 L ,XM Frantically trying to keep from b stove. f gi, can an 6 - 'T' K , - A y ' -Q" l' 1 25 r ' Q Viv' F as f 1 mfs... n fQ'?" l V L ' -Wei" x ' ,ff ,,fi,.m it X, , , , W X 1 G1 0 xml 2, 4 - 4,1 ' -1 V' , f, ' ' X" 2 R R 'i A Lf? , , 1' Crelia stand watch over the 'I 4 . If an W" 1 ' 1 f , I ne R l ts. , ',',,. ll K A Q9 1 me K t is N E 'bn 3 K "' ,W gl if 2 1 Yi if ' 'W Wx 3' 5 4, ffl Qs Danny Martinez Danita Mason Becky Mathis Lisa Matos julie Mattox Rodney Mayon Renetta Maze Robert Messe-rsmith Barbara Metzig Cindy Miller Lynsey Miller Steve Miller Kevin Minnix Evin Mires Ronald Mitchell john Modica Robin Moore Ted Moore Tonie Moore Mark Morgan Melinda Morris Dee Morton Wendy Motlong two hundred three Donna Mott Jimmy MOUIOS M , Elaine Murdock 1 ,'ZA Nancy Murdock 'Q ,,.71i:Aif Jug, , K Ai, mfr is + 03, 'Q-T' Sharon Murdock Ianice Nabors A V 'P N Y Q . Egfr h 2 it Sophs f art mural' ,, J. , . , ' x -. 'E te m . , ... ,..t. likf S O , f R35 ,,,, . A I of Bum, 43' F A '24 L gf 3 P . P .t..5 " A M Joe Nagy ,MJF M aw to g ' Nancy Nanny ag, 73. 5 'JN 4? '," , ' i ' Q Q, - Steve Nazarenus ' "' t Q ff 5 Marla Noble h ' A 5 . Vicki Noblitt .l Y ,ja M ' f RendelNunley N g, .1 5 :yA iff N ' ' , S t, : ff 'Q ' -'h. K , , ,kyz Becky Nunn I H 1 hV,, N ff .5 t 1 , Phyllis o'DOnnell rfc f i' W, ' t it X ' ,,, g is - Yi rrce' . J 1 'J . c"c' 1 1 Y ' 'i 4- 1 . f " lersa Odom N, W 0 . V . V, If ' A, 2. 5 55 ,V ' J, Milton Odom qc.. .. Q f t I , . K is Pam Odom , y ,z ,V 'Q ' , Peggy Ormand , .if Fifi S A ily faq me ri t . at A . le-P' 1 Becky OFIIZ :'f ' A tif W 5 joseph Overbeck W AVLV , vt, .A P m R ' X john Paikowski m f- M if, Tll : M .1 Greg Parham -.-gy 1 'A A A M A Cheryl Parker 4 ' ' v Debbie Parker - t,,,,,,Q..K , A X f 4 M at ft , wwvsi eP-' two hundred four .Y N 'Q X 'Wk 55? Y 'L 3 J ' Y 1 S 5 1 w e ws Q gow A av' if is 'B ,.. s all 1. faq: sf ,A -N ww A we 5 J 1-'Q Eddie Parker james Parker Kris Parker Rhonda Parker Rodney Parker jack Parkey Peggy Parkinson Kelvin Parsons Steve Pate David Patterson Thomas Payne Lisa Penrod Kyla Perkins Mark Pershouse jennifer Peters Michael Peters Elizabeth Petteway Billy Pevehouse Suzann Phillips Donnie Phipps lay Pickering Paula Pierce Sandra Piercey Noel Pilkinton 35 , Qu iv' vs ,J 5 PF W"-N 5 1-Q ls t if 539'- s-Eglfy' .li at g uv is 1 A xv, 'Qs U Y R N S 3 lk Thomas Pirkle Susan Plecker Susie Pope Kerry Porter Richard Porter Arati Prabhaker jon Price Mary Price Shawna Price Lyndal Privett jeff Probasco Don Pugh Spencer Pugh Larry Pyeatt Cayla Quillin Vickie Rakestraw D Anne Rampy Philip Purser two hundred five Sophs express their r llll , e ' , r Donna Rampy W' ' W V f jay Ramsey A N I 3 Qi, V ' A' f Q Randa Ramsey Q 'fi' Q L ig., fp? I if-5 "" 1 Valerie Ramsey r ..,- V' rr 'V 1 A 'Z f by lqjxlirx Ted Ransom pr ff- ' V x ' ' ,. . ' fl- I J Renee Rather 5 , 3 as sf" . L yr . r 1 Q fifii. :if R V l 3? 35' Marqua Redden Valerie Reddick ' Terry Reed xfu 5 'Try'ng.lo'de'd hat life K White ke the'r yy ,Q will be Ma H 1' I. ifxf, ls 'lllk f Dee Reeves ard V 1 "" A .3:5':::,L is is rrrrrlr rrrrl" ,arf 'rr- jerry Reeves ' f 'Fl jeffReinhart 4 V Q- Ron Revert ' , y 1. . A x Al' Peggy Reynolds , H' lanell Rice , V7 lana Richards 4 . ' gif g , 1 ,"', Q , A , ' N sleek? 131 two hundred six l K N f' 1 y O 4 9 andbqsg an 55 00QwG fgfgw " "" ' lr ' ,. "I wi , .. 1,1 RS A f r f I ' L Nw" is 'evo fv- X R 'Q nit T -wtf lv' ill 1, :fr x vs gk . N . Xt get . s X ,L , W- 1 wr, 12 Qi: "': 1 -"2: 2 ':'I ' K R 3 A- Q. A t Danny Ridgway Franklin Riley jerry Riley William Rickert x 'ff 2 .k.h f f. Debbie Robbins " s Sheri Robbins Q Q Glen Robertson ' my - ' Rex Robertson I , Mark Roddy Y ' Norman Rodrigu :fi 1 Bert Rose ' 1 if' jan Rosen Cindy Ruff -L i Robert Rutledge 'x -. - 4 4 Lane Sanders X' N l Loyd Sanders I ,As .s t H "r S . I g Robin Schuch .H f Mark Schweitzer - kv x'QQx" ' two hundred seven Q2 Marybeth Scioli Susan Sciples Cheryl Scott Nancy Scott Ricky Scott Tina Scott Laurie Sexton Danny Shaver Robin Shaw Debbie Shetlar Connie Shortes Melody Shuffield Wendell Shuffield Dan Slocum Bobby Smith Kathy Smith Lora Smith Mark Smith two hundred eight EIU d 2 ,, 1 K - Mia 51' "' 1 . fa nf I , ,-X : 1 :vu f' " , -:rf it 1 - ' J. j 1 lf ""'i"T ffFi."' ' "'11fii:Y "'. "ST-f 5 ig ,,.., -, ik, Af ty A it 2 'fr it . ,', BFG main events . ff.. .pf-.., 51, , ,Ik , .,. Qs gg? 06- S of S i tu 1 x - -I 3 Kr' E f pi! w.-, K , it 9-'W' Ay, 75 1 I Y gk "',. to 1 , N ,,f- '- wan' I 1 .f X ...pf -V M L X 1 it ,. :L V Mike Smith Paul Smith Randy Smith Rhonda Smith Scott Smith Shirley Smith WR X1 Stacy Smith Tammy Smith 155' " A Vw 4 in girl's PE 5 X X as. W g, xs 1 X L3 L ri - zi . SL L, Li L ll LQ i tiltll ,gi A . . its 5- ? 2 r I 4 ' X 3 Q ef X A Q I 2 in C . 4 5 l s 5 ' Q Q A l'tf-sfsfzrf, T " 1 ' ' 'T 'L 5 ' K - 1 5 2 1 1 L ' L . A S r 1 S Q L T r L T - - f "-L LLL: L L -- X Re y , - . T Frame, Qerieiwwky slams the ball into her opponents court while tea mmem ers . -. . - 1 ' S' it L 1 , 9 I + -' 'kk' '14, '1.F"3, ,QW Q A Q' f X L slsss of L ' M H- '- , 1- nl.. V 1 Q A 1 L' -L tilts Z L ga 0.9 Teri Smith SX .A if 1 - , , ,- ,, Tracey Smith ' ii , 9 "' ' li Q Lynnette Snook , Q gg:-,x ' 5 '- llgeni5eSSn3wdy L lane ny er 1 A r A L Lbzw I L L Salena Sorrells T t F" xi K L , ,n l 1-RL 4 L 4 L john Sprott U T T , in W L .ai A 1L 'M 4, CaryStaley ' A A ' "1 i " ' Lovelle Stamback , ff, K jennifer Stephens V " k ,. "E Steve Stephens H A V , I, .4 , L, 1 Bobby Stewart L . 4:.,--L L et . x M 53 A H T Dana Stockton Denise Stotts ,135 "' ' Debbi Stringer ,gl 4' Q1- t' b Stewart Swain r' Q5 Fi K Teresa Sweeten A ,W airy' Bradley Swenson X A l li f' x S ' Yi Stephanie Swift . I -' b a Dale Tanner V- ,, Chris Taylor - " " lack Taylor QQ 3 . V Susie Teague " 54 1 J A Kimberly Terral two hundred nine Mark Thompson Phillip Thompson Sammy Thompson Floretta Threat Margaret Thurmond Terri Tilson Carolyn Tinney Kim Tinsley Billy Tipton Susan Todd Tammy Tolley Beverly Thompson Dale Townsend Brad Trimble Cee-Cee Trumble Robert Tucker Toni Turner Randy Unrein james Vance two hundred ten A7 ' 434' lam '31, ICQ Q, tw s fi , AIG 0' 7 W K . I J O a . Q s . . B oti - N --',,. T t 6 it L B 4 .3 ' - 5 sstis' t ' s .. f T 1 ii A Ml , ,452 35 N 'Q ' T .,.W g ,-t. A- V i'i riii i." T' 1 ' - T W 5.-'k'1 f2gj1iffi?2 gig x A 1 t , '21 Ii' , vt "' R lg 2. ili' ai 3 S in Kkzbl M ' x 'ff ' gp is h X 1' V . 1 'B T A 1 V' s sf' gy, K I ' ,,:'i 1.215 F, A A l 1 5 , :Q I E L, .X - -4.1-V ,. , A I. - N -:arf 'ig iw AW., -su , ,-. ,. . fs an an va- 'on w-N 5 Mfv f 4... fi frw inspection, d eff bird owcase K n invade Art classes it 3 ,QQ ' 5 11 f it A iw- - ...N .- i 49.35 Ric Vandiver Lee Van Fleet Richard Vardy Katherine Vetesk julie Wade I .e 5. Patricia Wade t V M iee t M , ,t if W t - it Q, fr- 1:5 4 Tana Wagoner 'xi' .5 'Q loafme Walker Not d,with her bird's ' ambers adjusta f them to their proper shape, ,' , , , t M W f T57 -y r .Q A i f WW' X sa Mike Walker J , -'f"a. X - - 'li ..v"' ',-i Qi Pam Walker I I 'fray i 1 5- ' -Q as--'Q ' by Jeannine Wall a f., W. ' f " - "' 4 - W V David Waller A , ' -4 I ' if ' v " S f-Ji' - tancy Wa er :?'::1 gy 4 " Brian Ward f e er R as .' 'ilk' 'ic 5 V f, i'i' i M ff . ' ' A ' A5 i'4 T L V A Malcolm Ward ,,, 5, A 1' P V A 1 ' Sandra Warren t V ,ii tv- 4. ii' ' ff is in i .Q ,Qtr Mark Waters li ' ' N L 5- I f' 5 , - : l V , x Tricia Waters , ' 'ii " r , Craig Watkins i ' , i i ' ' -' ' Debbie Watkins If , I A . - . ' ' A L Nil' va: ',af: ' "2,,i,ff , - L i "r- V V ,7' - f vlfflliffif "i"' 5 8 Q'i."' A " ' 4 Bafb-ara Waltewon W H V f QV-il , -I Mike Wayer g 4' , V 14" , 3 I D Vt 'X Linda Weaver LL ' . - 3 ' ' X11 Glenda Weber 5 '3 ' x Debbie vveise 4, G f V ' Dennis Welch n fi X two hundred eleven A. two hundred twelve Kyle Wesly Brenda West Tom West Carol Wester 'if B u fr A 3gi:,:,..It . A D . Sophs learn to 5 N41 , Qs Y fi' T Fred Wester jeff Whillock Lisa Whisenant Kathy White rv ' 'Is clk F nr 't Vick: White Brad Wldeman Becky Wilkinson Kenney Williams V I , I' t .ll x A ,, . . -. , ttt f -Q' , .'g wr Ll' fi? 'A fl ll A at ,, ., N M -wp.. . ti -- 1. 'AJ 'RX al X I , f JL lf 1 .. ,., KL .-5:07, . N also f ' K it W K 'Q ilii is - ty , VV A L 6 :-: L - a.: af- , ji. ,Q A I xg 1 if ' Y, if s A -' - 'ffb X 1. , ' l xia- , A. i -J SQ' F 5 1 Kim Williams Sally Williams Sherry Williams Randy Willis Rebecca Willis Brenda Wilson Chuck Wilson Kathy Wilson Nancy Wilson Lora Wingo Sharon Wright Lisa Wynn Kay Yandell Bryan Yeargain Danny Young Shannon Young Vickie Zouzalik only one person and jumping a few curbs, ,rl f l ll U l' X if 1 Producers Kill S2 1 Several l V f ' ' business establishments I havelent YET U effogjjd funds X l toward 5 I fa X N Chaparral. . . wouldlike g MJ r to acknowledge the ' cooperation r 4 ofthese ., Z.f. f 'i""-- V Y' In ' merchants .,-.,. - "" . . 5-'T , - ll l l for their assistance - -4- I , 1 in this year's f--li-K if ',j as a a , l production. g on , -UML l - ,A i l -'-.Aj iT 4 L. , - , --A.-1-..1a-qg i A 1--5 9 l I l 1 " fcbli Q Al thesuccessof L- - 3 t N r use A . ll e iq , - Q X .. l H A fn lo, X 1 N 16 Q QJ MM FTW Qi5i',Wf55 M xoffgkf NWO gf x H XP gpg f? ,7 44 QM' -lk I ' - - , ,T,,,.. 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Asbury United Methodist Church 20th Street and Avenue T. McKissack Auto Supply 1702 Avenue H. two hundred sixteen U P .fi lv 3 5 garmin zrrfszzfs' , W if' Z xi all X 3' 3. W . I wqw' lf, 4 uv Q 'V 3?vst . as awww :Mum far 2 -f' 2 - 'fi ' 'iiiiilfillfeif M , ,..,.... t ' ' ' " ,Sis if .','. t f f2ft.:fil i HW..-f .ttt A A l.t. L "" . y 1 t Q .....tt t l 1 3 tttt . . tt.t i 32l2i 34 3,W,ii'-LQQPMAN s. sous ilEAf.'f0RS ...t Illllvlaflliig C-APIIQCIG SIIQPPIIUG CENTEII Town 84 Country Family Park fa JP ' Mexicmxi room Pizooucrs 3lO EAST 4OTl'l PHONE 747-3687 LUBBOCK, TEXAS 794 O4 Learning to pick and grin from jay johnson at Harrod Music Company, junior Mark Harrod 5trurn5 the right chord, john Halsey Drug Store Monterey Center Hair By Diane 50th Street and Indiana Country Inn Motel 4105 19th Street Alderson Cadillac Company 121019th Street Bolton Oil Company 3709 Avenue Q. Sweetbriar South Plains Mall two hundred seventeen W? iv ne Seniors Pam Stewart, Kathy Reese and Terri Fligg discus their latest pur- chases from Luskey'5 Western Wear. Relaxing for a moment, Senior Rhonda Odom appreciates the casual at- mosphere at Pants Time. 'V :Pr g-nm i 7 1 I .mf r, QR ,,y 5 A 3-"' kXx4f:Q.-Fss 3' 5 S .. if kk 'H lk W ' W g:x2'?Q,"g,- wk ', xr: 1: W gm. . Qi. 5331 I ,, , JS 3- w 1xgf2Q X -K? Ji w 5, NM' S Mui, R :'3l"" ,Whig Ct' f 2 K ,' , .iff 5WgNcKelvy Fgrmfugai x ix? f' A . " f 8 Q602 AvenUQi'fQ1'f, if m g. 1 L 4-', A N 5 l F ,i,31i'Q. ' 7 A m ' f - "V, I rf" 2 QX 5 tw J. 5: lg da if A, fl if ll, A, 5 ' ff JM Q ANU A ' A A 4 , Enjoying rhv fmt, junior Kevin MCKQIW rvlaxei on .1 fourh af MCK0lvy'5 Furniture. Succvss isjust a rrmfrc-r of training at Comrn0rCi.1lCollCgc-. dgiawwk E' LAKON PLASTIC PIPE MANUFACTURED BY HERMON K. HOLMAN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION AND PUMP COMPANY Luxury Living Mobile Homes 1815-N. University At Luxury Living Mobile Homes, Monterey students Alice Nystel, Greg Taylor, Terry Pierce and julie Caschen find the home of their dreams. SANDERS FUNERAL HOME two hundred twenty Revolutionary New Hard Surfacing Process for Agricultural Implements "FUSE-ALLOY" Developed by Renfrow Hard Chrome Co. Route 6, BOX 170,79401 Tahoka Hiway Phone 744-5324 2 iii 'e RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL W. C. IONES ELECTRICAL CONTRACTI NG 5307 Avenue T Lubbock, Texas Office SH 4-8655 Blair Uniforms 2443-34th Street South Plains Mall Newsom's Paint and Carpet 4610 Avenue Q. I I What could make Mary Gardner happier than a new saddle 'n hat from Bill Price Western Wear? Long john SiIver's Fish and Chips 926-50th Street 50th Street and Slide Road I jim Horton Realtor 2020-50th Street Discovering the exciting new Fords, Michelle Mattox and Neil Turner find the best selection at Turner Ford, pf 1 ,,i1.1xz1QMQwm f 1 r . . J i 3 3 5 3 3 3 E I 1 ssirs , we FU XVI' Senior Billy Donnithorne finds the best protection at Wagnon-Griffin Insurance Agency. Lubbock Electric 1108 34th Street 7442336 GORDON ' MAHON ONE HOUR MARTINIZING tiviio hundredtwenty-txiiioii -,., or the mos! in DRY CLEAIIIG gg5wsaivv, 1l"'W' - 'lf mu Maxaman?- ONE-HOUR MARTINIZINC 4902 Knoxville 2910 blade Road Q 5' P f"4!ii 'rs YK F "'v""x Z fl 5301 Ave. Q. Enjoying the surroundings at Cagle Furniture, junior Mike Evans VILLAGLD Q f MERCEDES BENZ SALES AND SERVICE "The best of two Continents" 747-2974 Villa Olcl prepares for a nap. A 84 B Muffler Reeves Camera Store 3902 Avenue Q. 1719 Broadway Avenue 41'I119th Street Saint Paul's on the Plains Church Hum Seed C0mP3VlYf lm?- 'l5'lO Avenue X, 701 27Il'l Street B Tuhhuch A wires C-Q WINCHESTER 1 LINDSEY -. CBNEMA WEST ARNETT-BENSON f VILLAGE STATE Genera! Offices Dial 762-3591 two hundred twenty-three ow-.eww . , . . ..,,, in -..... tio- Q- M x it - 'S N g,,Wm-New use we Wk, Trailer Sales QWU1 Avenue Q. , Exploring the newest In motor homes Seniors jo Ellen Lawater and Steve .nf , , l Q lnutl llqtleltll-'lei ll lg, 1, H Us 'L V vt V571 t, .'1l'ltlll' .",l .ll vlqvlvqwx L ' , ., 4 , -'gr'.,'1I"'xl 'l ll' l, l, . Nz' ' V, 1 5' or A , . ,ui 'lM'l14i"1'fP "' llll as s tn on P ix Center Sophomore Kim Anderson and junior Cary Hampton find the host in stereo equipment at Cjilvsonk Dlwount Center, nior john Powell findb lotx ol peace and relaxation at the Carriage House. or is vt tg wt Q iwn r S WSSQ ' fix . :-- 2 KOE N 'S ' - A 'K"-,11L ,b-i I. vgw PHoTooRAPHY St.ra I Y V Since 1957 i X t - , "Charming Photographs 1 ' X f for Over 40 Years" R 'il A P, I S m I I All Chaparral negatives are kept on 'teA ff file-reorder anytime! ij ' I I Z, 0 'rlr 7 I S iff l I Q 'I Senior Bill Oakley finds the best of service at Koen's Photography. AT LP8iL WE'RE INTERESTED IN CONSERVING TODAY FOR A BRIGHTER TOMORFIEJIN. ' JOIN us. 10TH 81 TEXAS 763-9381 LUBBUCK PUW H 81 LIGHT two hundred twenty-five IFFY CAR WAS 5 MINUTE ruu. xxlllg, ssnvics wAsH ALL TEXACO PRODUCTS HENRY BARTLETT OWNER PHONE SWIFT 5-6779 2601 - 34TH STREET LUBBOCK, TEXAS 'N T JP 5? ,V NJijy521x, y ,-.lL? Lky. ,Ai , Browsing in the jewel Box, Seniors Phyllis Litchfield and Cindy An- derson find a beautiful turquoise nc-fklace. NM 84 0 COACHES fwwwwwm 11:3-..w"" , Sig Q 'Q - l' . XE MURLE RICE OTORS 19th and Texas X i i f - fiffif " 9 QV -. A -. fi 765-8116 T' P 2aJf'i .'ig:'n i , V A " W- W -' . 5? in ...frm -:IA W 'gr M ' WM! , q 1 t ' 3 fff. . C ZH mf., 3... At Mr. Donut, junior Mike Anderson devours one of their delicious donuts. S r. Donut s--IIN" t 908-50th Street WW ' 1 n ? - if it fftwenty-seven two hundred twenty-eight Senior Billy W VVATSON IN Qfz5?3,? ZEN? saii will arson rests on top a Watson truck. P X W wa f- vv A --9'i",?9 '-'LQ ' M R 'Aff' QW. L .ma STITUTIONAL Fooos, INC. ' .l.-1 1 ""' 1:- Edd F-LV-K Box 1375 1940 Avenue F Lubbock, Texas 79408 8060 747-2678 1 yasnattaaruaa warn r Raja team Goodpasture Grain congratulates the seniors of '74, Finding relief at Sentry Property Management, wnior Paul.1New resrb bebide the sign. Gram Avenue N Sentry Property Management 2005 Broadway f'1f1'1' FREPFIND mmm seam me EMM Qu' li A' . . S X - A ga! a ,N Qlfp Mod elling their selections, senior Don Boteler andjunior Mike MCCasla b 'e at Varsity Tux Rental, VO W5 Q' , 'vanity Cfeanem 65' gormaf 'wear 110 Zuxeafo Rental :Q X 1109 university aloe. Phone 744-8421 , NIEEIJS HAIR DESIGN 4412-50th Main Office- 5'Jth and Ave. Q. Coronado Branch 34th and Toiedo A Lfblmcle, Uexa: 794 01 - Q PAUL AND MILDRED BASINGER, Owners A HIEIPIGHOFT South P'aif1SBfHfICh do 4 A Q A 5555 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 56th and SIIde Road KST -? 1 ei, fox - e -an ggi EN ff eg Xeifwkefa A fl fTif?x 34 iF, O I g AL IV Eg, - I I I II I I I S' - ' II W i ' i Ip 'FI ? ,IA - - 1 I I I 'li E ' I I . N I l I ,I WI 0, 1:7 KI nw I -1 5 A , M - I , W ul., H 0 , two hundred thIrty I A A - - S A If Qha Bnfcls arc'1,gjxw Heel: nc Ilcalnngjy, V gn K ll Jesu' ' Way U' bv" uf W QPSXS 50th and Canton ,m.m,,,,,,,l Im-I Loop 289 and Slide Road sm A - A su 1 XYI? 1 P fi' APPLIANCE CENTER X 1 'TAB SOUTH PLAINS MALL ll 'Q s? mx S-I r l-.E-:rr u 1 M53 ' fv:'f'B3-v' Downtown 13th and Ave lniorjimmyC th 5Highl dB C' TOM-j Tflfo of , I , 1- ? ,..,,,. Q--+A-i L-.+ Phone 762-3126 Ella 4 .l34l?fh9cJg afgeouifug Cfbrztaw, l!!!i!!!L!!g SALES 61 SERVICE UN ALL MAKES Sew and Save 191319th St. Lubbock, Texas At Snell Drug, Sophomore Suzanne Phillips finds .1 great selection of all her needs. , ur' . Embers Steakhouse- Looking over the interesting rnerchandik peeks in a basket, s4, i 50th and Ave. Q. Koko Corner 0, Senior jerry Thompson rl I, , .1 4.1 , .,l Ri5EJlBTlbH5t . 2422:1Qth .THQ '1'.'. . ' I l l 1.7, I 'il' 4 1 A A '1 I I x 4 xr I ,. I, I l I 1 I .1 -- . -.,. K l ' 1 l l l V- 4... k - Ol l l -x ,. haf 3 Kitt-'.-A tx I 1 I 1 -J., ri" -'l a r I A A n--f-n- W 'Eg' . A . -1-l-lllx. uni- pr-rf i . 3. fi-I I- xv!-L 1 X' 'Y ' ,ng-ul: ri 1 I-1 -1 ll- V x r --rr -1 W l'Jv a-l W ' 4 , 1 1-"L V xv, 4-f x 11 , - ,l , A f "- 1, -fl-. .. 4 H I-'Q vi ,r V ' 4' Q " j 'f.f5ifi?7 lv 15.. 1 If 1 - 4 . 1. xr . a L , , W I U4 l 9 4 U 'FQ vi - x 9 f. I KXA ' Q t 1 11- N 5 . ,- W . .4 nf at P ' 11 thirty-three vt A6335 l Qbg Qrrrvfrgg. We cant lake credit lor lt Thots lust the way rt happens to oe. Natural gas is 5110 CQOUO clean burning Doesntdirtythe air It helps preserve the clean. plue skies of today for Tomorrow What we can take credit lor is working to provide o continuous supply of Clean gas energy , to warm people, to cool peo- ple, to cook their meals. to heat thetr water. to dry their clothes Qos to help lndustry do its work Clean, efficient, versatile Natural Gas the blue sky energy for today and tomorrow X IONEER NATURAL GAS COMPANV Finding the best and the most at Bell Dairy, senior Brian Cole digs in for rnore. Finding the "purdie5r"clothes is easy at Edk, BELL IRY University vvnwuwlm CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES To Our High Schools' Finest -From Your Friends- Gryder Enterprises, Inc. TO 'Q ' BOB HANEY 2374 74th STREET LUBBOCK, TEXAS 79407 APARTMENT SELECTOR SERVICE LUBBOCK RENTAL SERVICE "Where the home YOU want is WAlTlNC.!'f DONNA HANEY OEF. 747-3577 RES. 795-4786 Finding her favorite at Edwards junior Cyndee Edwards prepares for R I X F U N E L H O M E v.s'L.' 549' ' WL 0, T s va 1" X Q! 52 lg ,A .. ...,...., , INSURANCE ASSOCIATES 2333-50th STOVALL YAMAHA 227 Avenue O. L84H DRUG 5120-34th Street 6401 University Avenue juniorjirnmy Hill displays a sure sign of good insurance. TIDWELL LAND COMPANY No. 4 Briercroft Office Park BRAY'S CLEANERS AND FURRIERS Caprock Center PAN-TEX PLYWOOD and HARDWOOD LUMBER CO. WPI! PH. 747-2561 42nd 84 Ave. A - P.O. Box 925 Lubbock, Texas 79408 two hundred thirty-six In hopes of 4 new car, Sophomore Rendal Nunley finds her choice a Pioneer Lincoln Mercury. fd , . f l l ALL NEW VQV , AT Q l "J 6th and 'Q' PANCAKE HGUSE 1-BRYANT HANCE Vice-Pres., Chief Cook, 6: Bottleneck Coronado High, Class of '74 RADIO LAB SPD CAR WASH 7001 University Avenue 5206-11th Street BADLEY LUMBER CO. Complete Line Lumber 84 Builders Supplies 5902 Ave. H Lubbock, Texas Area Code 806 SHerwood 4-1458 1501 Avenue Q. Briercroft Center 4902-50th Street wxal 'poqqnj 'aw Mwwun son Ol.OHd GTVHHH wma lniaaisryq D!I+dPJ5DQOLld pun sampgd poog +99 noi lwaumo aut ull umoo apisdn 10 dn sms wffsu two Hundred thirty-seven ,zmfcf x Yo., . i -u Q , .HHBLEP gg,-vmwwr lm.. --3'-Q 1 Lx 1 ajmwtk Ao ooo '33 N.kX QM - , if QP 3 ! x MQ ' ow 'W Brunkeri T 5209 Loop i 94 K. ,nw wgwfw' Q14 A.. 3 2 5 2' 3 2 4 4 2 I 4 A E z Q S 1 5 Lubbock 1602 Ave.'Q. 3024-50th 34 Redbud Center - F 'tfx WEST TEXAS LEADING VOLUME AUTOMOBILE DEALER CDDERN 7 4 7 -3 211 WRECKER NIGHT NUMBER 795-16Jl 1902 TEXAS QCORNER 19TH I TEXAS? Enjoying the comfort at N.K. Parrish, senior lack Wooldridge rests his skiing injury. .K. P RRISH NC. On top of the aCtion,junior john Moore and seniors LC Eakin and jay Adkins rest from their long, hard climb. Oakwood Bowling Lanes 3004 Slide Road fd thirty-nine i n Q ff ,gf met!-M' Off it HALL6fi'E'5rJ.t. oft X mer! New, ' X r GOZL-r,"Q f Y NWXM f .nf 697 ' ax i ,,.ff,t, 1-QE X wma 1: 66' RT tb fwsfv Wow! . J , ,A 5 Q. S! it net W in-lx, H, " .. 2 . f an 5 juniors Trent Poindexter, Mary Gardner and Karen Zouszlik report the weather at KCBD. 1fadfman Z G Insurance and Real Estate il- 3208-34th Street Phone 792-3205 Lubbock, Texas 79410 City councilman Bryce Campbell urges Brad Batson fCoronado2 to take an active interest in the city. two ,wg TX American State Bank Plains National Bank Bank ofthe WSSI Security National Bank First National Bank Texas Bank Lubbock National Bank Texas Commerce Bank twhddfty E N , 2 5 t .,-. gs? bk t 1 ,Q wp I h Q tQ?f's?1t'. rhv. Rez! Qjij t - .sf 2 -W -" -Qi?r',.33 5, S-Gs , M as A'- X -. 1 si' 1-4 1 fs, .. f" iw ' ,sip 1 fs 1 Q swf - ' v ...g '1i 1 1 n ifissptil 'i 1 1 1 L 'f og' i, ,,,, i j M , J, 1 ij, fe 2. ,.f" ". ,f""ii 4XM4f XXX Y. f junior Dale Dillard relaxes in the comfortable surroundings at Design Today. Finding the best of help, sophomore Kay Cassner selects a new coat at 5kibelI's. 5 M .sw 1 it Gal' 1 2 "' wif 1116 4517 -'w."'k wnqg : 4 ff ti Finding their favorite styles, sophomore Toya Fikes and junior l Elliot visit Lathamk. Capture your trophy with supplies from the Sport Center. i,'i I Ce nte r -. Q " 4 ? iii - s ' Y ' is. fa ii My fi! if wli-Q f onterey ex Donna DeTournillon shows sophomore Gary Staley the beautiful merchandise Watch World. 522.. .....,, HaroId's Hairst lists 'N vfffgl 4 HQ, is kj W ,fl ix S V l l 4,l .:. f V -f li A .. Senior Rhonda Smith gets in on the excitement of completing Harold's Hairstylists. t pi- . Y 7 S 3 R' 5202 Slide Road i gg, w,1,.,.,.,,., I,l.7I5HOC1i Isilfl LIDIXG PRODUCTS N. E. WEATHERSBY PRESIDENT RES 799-0889 junior Becky Berryhlll inspects the latest luxury from Scoggln Dickey READY MIXED CONCRETE Expanding his knowledge junior Steve Zinn appreciates the wide selection at Varsity Book Store H-s i . , 5 .wg 5 5 Dreaming of next year'5 prom, sophomore jeff Litchfield admires the late5t arrivals at Cingiss. Excited with her strike, junior Gwyn Williams bowls at Imperial Lanes. T I f' 6' 1 I mpe r i al 3632 50th two hundred forty-five Overhead Door 5283 34th Dairy Mart 4447 34th Langford Cleaners 3506 34th American United Life Insurance 4501 Ave. Q. First Assembly of God Church 34th and Ave. S. Oakwood Baptist Church 6002 Ave. U. First Presbyterian Church 14th and Ave. O. Baldwin Piano and Organ 4219 34th Pentecostal Holiness Church 105 Wets Knox Tates Texaco 2402 19th Clark Equipment Plainview Highway Kelly Tile and Supply 2864 34th Kansas City Life 5 Briercroft Office Park jim Turner Enterprises 3828 50th Avco Motor Homes 5413 33rd Sides Printing Company 1509 34th At Webb Auto, junior Brandt Reagan finds all types of automotive supplies. I 1,-l',,,. U 1 0 CWC DZ 1 1 X I l?7 l '15 ' my Mx If I 22 1 r In from Pork N1 Associated Supply Company,lnc. 2402 Ave. H, Lubbock, Texas 79404, 806-747-2893 GEORGE N. WATSON - ports residence: 792-6062 Construction Machinery -Material Handling Equipment N1 k C lCwynn Williams ery Ej vine the latex! art If ph St N f C p F k 1 GI Off S ffl N ri "ice un if ffj lfiuntifed ifeyaenhw gt L" 4 if MCKISSACK AUTO OPEN 'IDax3s 5 Nites 1 aweek 1Itha,tH P0 ,. W ii A u. ., a'Gr,Zff--if '1 . f 5 -gsmwg '- 'ik 95 FIVE POINT MEAT MARKET INT 4919 - 34th St. ME whil- v -4500-. k U Illi a n Q I two hundred forty-eight Kiilnimllrii T0 YS B Y R QY , .A'wf",2s-,LWfffbfv, J ': if jjg-s,?2wf5,f, 4 4, ffkiwwf, g 15'-:jf ' 1 WSF? q:i1.n,yA,r:wff: 2 ,, , , . ,,,, N, . ,Un X-Q Wig! ,, ,N , , ww' Q2 Q M -ygfff' : 1' E fm, L 1 T'-",':,Ki"Qf5,,,:-713 vw, 1 ' ii 'i f,'wfiV Q' -ff lf ' W M, f ' -fd , r, V .W M? 'V 4 ,f f - , "ff-15' 'N .,:f,f" ' , 6 u A , V 4 . Qiizzzxi if Briles, Cheryl 144,122 A Bagwell, Sally 112,113,142 Ind Y-Teens 73, FHA 72, 73, Intramurals GX OEA 73, 74, FHA 72, NHS 72, Band 72, 73 A and B Muffler 223 Abbott, Pam 142 Abernathie, Kent 47,104,192 Abney, Ellen 142 NHS 74, OEA 74, Intramurals Abney, Gene 115,192 Abramson, Evie 192 Abramson, loel D. 142 Ackors, Brent 168 Acker, MichaelJ. 142 Acosta, loel E. 168 Adams, Debbie L. 142 Adams, Laura 192,107 Adams, Tony 142 Adkins, Jay 35,142,239,116 72, 73, 74 Bailey, Becky 192 Bailey, lody 124 Bailey, Mary 89 Bailey, Sharon 192 Bairrington, Terry 168 Baker, Donnie 192 Baker, Matt 168,44 Baker, Renee 168,124 Jr. Vice President Baldridge, Peggy 192 Baldwin, Barry 142 Baldwin Piano 8. Organ 246 Ballentine, Leesa 192 Ballentine, W. Mark 99,142 Biggers, Barbara 168 Bigness, Debbie 142 Band 72, 73, 74, NHS 73,74, Thes- pians 73, 74, Hist. 73, Clerk 74 Biggs, Beth Ann 169 , Biggs, James 99 Bigham, Bill 89 Biles, Lloyd 169 Bill Price Western 221 Billups, Lynniece 47,104,193 Bingham, Michael 26,169 Bishop, Michael 169 Bitsche, Sharon 169 Bitsche, Virginia 142 Intramurals 73, Choir 73, 74, FHA Bartek, Basketb. 72, 73, 74, S.C. 72, St. Body Pres. 74, Top Ten 73 Ahrens, Cindy 142 Aicher, Dolores 91 Aicher, O, Gene Jr. 101,142 Band 74 Aicher, Kathryn 192 Aikin, Royace 91 Ainsworth, Walter 40,192 Aker, Kelley 47,192 ' Soph Vice President Akin, Reginia 192 Akin, Suzann 192,207 Alburtis, Rocky 168,50 Alderson Cadillac 217 Alderson, Dan 192 Alderson, Jeffrey Glen 168 Alderson, Kay 78, 94,168 Alderson, Paige 47,192 Allen, Donna 192 Soph Vice President Allen, Donna 46,168 Allen, Rhonda 142 Choir 72,73,74 Allison, Kathy Ann 142 FHA 74, Campus Lile 73 Allman, lim 105,142 73, 74, Choir 72,73,74, All-region 72, 73, 74, Ger. Club 72, 73, 74, Latin Club 72, 73, 74, Chess Club 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, 74 Allred, Lloyd 104,142,43,44 American United Life Ins. 246 Anderson, Cindy 19,72,142,226 Tri-Hi-Y 73, 74, Thespian 73,74, Dra- ma Prop Head 74 A nderson, lea nie 168 Allison, Jerry 192,124 Anderson, Kim 192,224,107 Anderson, Laura 168,117 Banks, Cheri 112,192 Barbee, Vicki 168,124 Barber, Barber, Barnes, Barnett Cecelia 192 Vernon 47,192 Doris 63 , Anita 193 Barnett, David 104 Barnett , Debbie 168 Barnett, James 193 Barnett , Susan 168,177,116 Jr. Vice President Barnhill, Robert 46,142,22,105 Drama 72, 73, 74 is 72, 73, 74, Thespians 72, 73, 74, Chess Club 72 Tenn Barr, Je Sr. Vice President, nnie 142,122 Club 72, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Barrier, Beverly 193 Barrier, Gina 193 Barrier, Karen 142 Band 72, 73, 74 Barrow, Lottie 74, 75 Brad 142 Bartlett, Glenna 47,193 Bartley, Shirley 107,168 Barton, Debbie 168 Barton, Leslie 168,201 Bass, Jim 168,172 Batson, Cathryn 62 Baugh, Roger 193 Beale, Ronnie 96,142 FFA 73, 74, Drama 72 Beall, Karen 142,122 , Choir 72, 73, 74, OEA 73, 74, Fren. OEA 73,74, COE 74, parl, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, H.R. Rep. 72 Bean, Baine193 Beard, Katharine 69,193,107 Bearden, Jenne 142 Span. Club 72, FHA 72 73, 74, Lan. Club 74, Mirror 74 Bivins, Kim 193,106 Black, Jerry 169 Black, Kathy 144 Black, Lina 76 Black, Mona 193 Blackburn, Amy 144 Blackburn, Carolyn 144,123 Blackman, Suzan 193 Blackwell, Gina 144 Blair, Denise 169 Blair Uniforms Inc. 221 Blake, Don C. 144 Blakeley, Jimmy 144 Blankenship, Cindy 144 Blanscett, Denice 193 Blevins, Jennifer 193 Boatman, Paul 124 Bohner, Billy 193 Boling, Patricia 169 Bolton Oil Cp. 217 Bond, Mike 169,55 Boon, William 104,193 Boone, Paula 144 Booterie 238 Booth, Johnny 144,122 OEA 73, 74, pres. 74, V. Pres. 73, ROTC 73, 74 Borden Milk Co. 248 Boswell, Dana 144,118 Band 72, 73, 74, Honor Band 72, 73, 74, Mirror 74, All-Reg. Band 73, 74, Quill and Scroll 74 Boteler, Don 144 Botkin, David 40,193 Bouldin, Jody 193 Bouldin, Richard 26,169 Boulter, Terri 144 Bowen, Janna 193 Jr. Vice President Anderson, Anderson, Barbara 91 Brenda 86,192 Anderson, Johnnie 192 Anderson, Anderson, Lanelte 192 Michael 26,16B,227,34 Anderson, Nancy 168 Anderson, Anderson, Pearl 87 Sha wn 1 92 Beasley, Charlie 168,124 Beasley, David 168 Beaty, Gary 46,193 Beauchamp, Edward 168 Beauchamp, Janis 142,150,119 Sr. Vice President, H.R. rep. 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, Speech team 72, 73, 74, Fren. club 73, 74, Band 72, 74 Beckner, Brenda 168,123 Bowles, Richard 40,50 Bowlin, David 144 Box, Dewayne 193 Boylan, Jane 91 Boyd, Conni 193,107 Boyd, Debbie 193 Boyd, Jeana 144 Span. club 72, 73, 74, NHS Bradford, Penny 47, 193 72, 73, 74 Applegate, Hal 26,142 Apsley, Bruce 168 Archer, Nancy 192 Arnett, Brokerage 223 Arnold, Cindy 107,168 Asbury United Methodist 216 Askins, Gayla 168 Associated Supply 247 Attaway, Cliff 168,187,126 Atwood, Trey 192 Autry, Janice 168 Avco Motor Homes 246 B Bach, Denise 84,192 Badgett, Scott 142 Badley Lumber Co. 237 Baggett, Bob 33,40,192 Bagwell, lane 142 Sr. Vice President Beckwith, Karon 103,193 Beer, Scott 54,55 Bell Dairy 234 Bell, Drenda 142 Bell, Rick 168 Benak, Mark 142 Benham, Mike 168 Bentley, Renee 104,193 Benton, Brenda 142 Band 72, 73, 74, Twirler 72, Benton, Dennis 26,186,168 Benton, Tina 193,203 Bergman, Gerald 99,104,193 Bergman, Harold 168 Berry, Berry, Berry, Berry, Berry, Debbie 168,183 Karen 193 Kimbell 193,107 Vicky 193,106 Stanley 142 Berryhill, Rebecca 168 Bettis, Danita 142,122 73, 74 Bradley, Brenda 115, 169 Bradley, Karen 144 Bradley, Venetia 193 Brady, Janis 41,144 Brand, Larry 76,193 Brandon, Dickey 144,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, Mirror 74 Brandon, Rene 169 Brann, Phil 169,105 Bray, Thomas 70,144 Bray's Cleaners and Furriers 236 Breeding, Jackie 144 Breeding, Walter Butch 193 Brewer, Charles 89 Brewster, James 40,193 Briercroft Savings and Loan 230 Briggs, Michelle 66,169 Brigham, Dale 144 Nat, Science Foundation 73, Choir 72, 73 Brigham, Elaine 193 OEA 74 Brink, Annie 169 Britt, Kim 193 Brock, Elaine 193 Brooks, Kathie 144 Brooks, Vic 124 Broome, Mark 144 ltbl. 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, NMSF 73 Brow, Sandra 193 Brown, Anna Mary 79 Brown, Bobbie 79 Brown, Charles 33,193,107 Brown, Darla 144 Brown, Jacque 144 Brown, Janet 169-124 Brown, Joe Lex 144 Brown, Martha B9 Brown, Sandra 169 Brown, Shelley 169 Brown, Sherrie 193 Browne, Ginger 75 Brownlow, Ionyce 193 Brunken Toyota 238 Bryan, David 144 NHS 72, 73, 74, Cer. Club 72, 73, 74, Nat. Ger. Finalist 73, Na Student Award 73 Bryan, Mike 170 Bryant, Becky 194,107 Bryant, Debbie 144 Y-Teens 72,73 Bryant, Susan 194,107 Buckner, Barbara 170 Buckner, Lindsey 144 Buckner, Susan Elaine 194 Burch, Carolyn 170 Burford, Paul 92,194 Burhman, Vanda 79 Burho, Barbara Burk, Johnna 170 Burner, Vick 50 Burnette, Becky 194 Burnette, Laurie 144,122 OEA 73, 74, COE 74, trea, Burnett, Wes 144 ROTC 72, 73, 74 Burnham, Bon 170 Burnham. E. Lee 144 Burrell, lohn 144 Butler, Diana 169,170 Butler, Pam 170 Byers, Danny 194 C Cadd, Roxann 170,123 Calfey, Darlene 144 Cage, Clay 194,107 Cagle, Cindy 144,122 OEA 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72 Cagle Furniture Inc. 223 Cain, Hal 170 Cain, laqueline 170 Cain, Teresa 170 Caldwell, Cartha 145 Caldwell, Gene 47,194 Callaway, Michael 194 Callendar, Pamela 194 Calvert, Bobbye 194 Cammack, Dana 95,194,107 Campbell, Benny 145 Qmpbell, Donnie 170 Campbell, Bryce 240 Campus Life 243 Cannaday, David 145 Cannon, Shawn 170,124 Canon, Mark 170 Canon, Rean 145,124 Canon, Raye Nell 194 Cantrell, Scott 170 Caraway, Rossi 194 Carlisle, Allen 95 Carlisle, Deborah 194 Carlisle, Sheryl 170 two hundre t. Observer 74 d forty-nine Carlos, Claire 145,123 TAHO 74, FTA 73,' Mirror club 73 FHA 74 Carmichael, Mike 194 Carney, Angela 47,194 Carpenter, john 170 Carr, Brian 170 Carriage House 224 Carrie Lou's Beauty Salon 243 Carroll, Waylon 62 Carruth, Bill 199 Carter, Bruce 33,194,44 Carter, William 170,124 Casner, Kay 194 Cassel, Ed 170 Castleberry, jean 75 Castillo, Ruben 170 Castleberry, Evelyn 170 caudte, Mike 170,44 Caughran, lim 145,105 Caveness, Edith 62 Cercy, l'loby170 Chaffin, Greg 145 Chalk, Ann 194 Chamberlain, lill 171 Chamberlain, lon 145 Chambers, Lisa 47,194,211 Chambers, Tracy 171,179 lr, Vice President Chambliss, M.D. 99 Chandler, Connie 171 Chandler, Cynthia 145,122 Chavez, Esther 171 Chenoweth, Paul 145 73, Fren. Band 72, 73, 74, All-reg. band 73, 74, Honor Band 72, 73, 74 Cheatham, joyce 75 Cherry, Karen 171 Chetty, Michael 171 Chilcutt, Danny 171 Chism, Mike 47,171 Chisum,lill194 Choate, Teri 171 Christensen, Mark 145 Christian, Terry 66,145 Band 72, 73, 74, sec, 74, All-Reg. Band 73, 74 Christie, Keith 171,125 Claborn, David 171 Claborn, Carnett194 Clanton, Bobbie 87 Clardy, Richard 35, 171, 34, 38, 36 Clarke, Bob 145 Band 72, 73, 74, V. Pres. 74, NHS 74 Clark, Debbie 83,112,113,194 Clark Equipment 246 Clark, Mary 171 Clark, W, 124 Clark, Steve 171 Clarkson, Stephen 194,44 Clary, Patricia 145,123 TAHOS 73, 74, sec, 74 Clements, john 46,145 Clemmons, Lance194 Clevenger, Pam 194 Cloud, L. Cheryl 107,171 Cobb, Marlene 171 Cobb, Mike 146 Coble,lerry194 Cocanougher,jill171 Cocanougher, Mike 145 Cockrell, David 194 Coffin, Michael 145 FHA 74, ROTC 72, 73 Coffin, Debi 195 Coffman, Theresa 195 Coke, jenny 171,189,105 Cole, Brian 145,234 Orch. 74, Band 72, 73, 74 Cole, Karen 84,171 Cole, Melinda 171,127 Cole, Nancy 145 Collins, Shelley 195 Collins, Tracey 195 Collyar, Robert 26,27,146 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Colvin, Billy 102,195 Colwell, Kim 146,105,22 Orch. 72, 73, 74, Choir 72, 73, 74, all-state Choir candidate Colwell, Tanda 171 Combs, Kathy 146 Commercial College 219 Condra, Linda 171 Conely, Pam 112,195 COrtit19, Casey 40,86,195 Conine, Cuy171 Conner, Cindy 84,195 Soph, Vice President Conroy, Cathy 171,107 Cook, Brenda 195 Cook, David 146 Cook, Robert 195 Cooknell, Lynn 146 Span. club 72 Coomer, Donna 171,23 Cooper, Ed 124 Cooper, Lisa 171 Cope, Shana 195 Copeland, Vickie 171 Copenhaver, Steve 186,231 Ftbl. 72, 73, Track 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Coppedge, Teresa 195 Corum, Zoie 146 Cotton, Belinda 171,124 Couch, Dandi 172 Couch, joe 69 Coulter, Kim 195 Country Inn Motel 217 Cowan, Susie 195 Cow-Lake Automotive 218 Cowling, Byron 172 Cox, Kevin 195 Cox, Rhonda 47,195 Cox, Velma 64 Cox, Zane 27,143,146 Ftbl, 72, 73, 74, ROTC 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Craddick, Michael 172 Craft, Marian 195 Craft, Steve 146 Craft, Ted 146 Band 72, 73, 74, Orch. 74 Craghead, Mellisa195 Cranford, Cindy 172, 105 Crawford, Billy 105,146 Choir 72, 73, 74, Ftbl. 72, Track 72 Crawford, joAnn 172 Crawford, joan 95 Crawford, johnny 16,172 Crawford, Kay 75,146,105 Sr. Vice President, H.R, Rep. 72, 73, Choir 72, 73, 74 Crawford, Lance 26,146,148,43,44 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, 74, H.R. rep. 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Crawford, Marilyn 63 Crawford, Wyatt 172 Creel, Katy 172 jr. Vice President Crelia, Mary 195,203 Crites, Cene146 Crofoot, Peggy 195 Cronk, Vanessa 195 Crowder, Pat 195 Crutcher, Mike 42,89 Crutcher, Sammie 79 Culp, jeanelle 91 Cummings, Mike 195 Curbo, Dewey 92,95 Curbo, Lavonda 195 Curlee, Robert K. 172 R.R. Rep. 72 Collier, Cynthia 171,124,120 D Collier, Terry 171 Collings, Rusty 146,107 Dacus, LaDonna146 ROTC 72, 73, 74 H,R. rep. 72, Intramurals 72, 73, 74, two hundred fifty Extramurals 72, 73, Dairymart 246 Dairy Mart 246 Dalrymple, Byron Keith 172 Dalrymple, Vlasta 95,55 Dan K. Williams Insurance 243 Daniel, james 46,195 Daniel, Sharon K.172 Daniel, Steve 146 Mirror 74, Zippies Hippies 74 Danner, David 146,105 Drama 73, 74, Choir 72, 73, 74 Danner, Doug 172,55 Darden, David 173 Dardell, Ron 186 Dare, Steve 173 Dare, Suzanne 112,173 Darnell, lohn 95,173 Darnell, Nancy 195 Davidson, Danny 101,195 Daughtery, Betty 146 TAHOS 74 Davidson, Rex 173 Davis, Christy 146,122 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74,' Y-Teen 72, OEA 73, 74 Davis, Diane 195 Davis, Denna 146,122 OEA 74, Campus Life 74, Y-Teens 74, Choir 72, 73 Davis, Donna 146,122 OEA 73, 74, hist. 74, Campus Life 73 Davis, Donnie 195 Davis, Drue105,173,176,107 jr. Vice President Davis, Cuy 26,105,173 Davis, jeffery 111,195 Da vis, jerry 26,146 Etbl, 72, 73, 74, FCA 74, ROTC 72 Davis, Kathy 196 Davis, Kay 101,146 Band 72, 73, 74, NHS 74, Lat. club 73, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Davis, Michael 196 Davis, Mitchel 146 Davis, Sharon 196 Da vis, Stephen 146,224,35 Basketb, 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74 Davis, Suzanne 196 Davies, Randy 101, 173 Dawson, Dorothy 63 Dawson, Mark 196 Day, Debbie 196 Dea, Dolores 173 Dean, Luann173,124 Dean, Mark 68,146,129 Dean, Pamela 173 Dean, Steven 173 Decker, Mark 146 Deering, Jeannine 746,105 Choir 72, 73, 74,' FHA 72, All-reg. choir 73, TARS Deering, Cheryl 196,107 Deering, Timothy 196 Delafosse, Pascale 146,124 Fren. club 72, 73, v. pres. 72: HERO 74, FHA 74, Span. club 72 DeLozier, Mark 101,173 Dement, Mark 101,173 Dement, Teri 101,146 Band 72, 73, 74, NHS 73, 74, Lal. Club 72 Dendy, Karen 173 Denison, Kirk 146,124 HECE 74 Denison, Penny 173 Denney, Billy 146,50 Ftbl. 72, 73, Baseb. 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Dennis Kelly 196 Dennis, Susan 84,85 Densford, Robert 196 Dertien, Linda 147,124 Design, Today 242 Deweese, Vicki 101,173 Dewitt, james 173 DeWitt, Tim 147 Diamond, Dianne 196 Dickey, Loretta 105,147 Dickson, Elizabeth 147 Dickson, Terry 76,75 Dillard, Dale 26,30,173 Dillon, Dennis 173,123 Dillon, Margaret 82,147,124 HERO 73, 74,' Pres. 74, v, pres 73 Dillon, William 173 Dobbins, Kelvin 101,196 Dodd, Denise 196,124 Dodson, William 147 Ftbl. 72, Track 72, 73, NHS 74 Donathan, Terry 196 Donnithorne, Billy 147,222 Dorman, David 147 Dorman, Denyce173 Dorman, Mike 196 Dorman, Rodney 147 FHA HECE 74 Downs, Elizabeth 101,147 Downs, Virginia 173 Dozier, Kelley 196 Drennon, Pat 147 Drew, john 101,196 Ducker, june 63,187 Dudek, Richard 173,105 Duff, Beatrice 147,123 TAHOS 73, 74, Y-Teens 72, 73, 74, Vp 73 Duff, Kelly 147,123 TAHOS 73, 74 Duke, Steve 173 Dulin, Mary 72,143,147 Drama 72, 73 74' Thespians , , 72, 74, Span, club 72, NHS 73, 74 Duncan, Cheryl 147,128 Mirror 73, 74, Quill and Scro Sec, trea. 74 Duncan, Donna 173,124 Duncan, Keith 173,124 Duncan, Kevin 196,44 Duncan, Steve 147,122 OEA 74, Ftbl. 72 Duncan, Susan 196 Dunlap's 217 Dunn, Brenda 196 Dunn, Mindy 196 Durham, jane 63 Durham, Nancy 147,122 73, ll 74, OEA 74, Choir 72, Tri-Hi4Y72, 73 Durham, Sally 196 Durrett, Brent 196 E Eakin, lohn 35,239,147,39 Basketb. 72, 73, 74, FCA 72 Eberle, Rusty 88,147 Track 73, 74 Edgar, Kim 198,107 Edmonson, Donna 197 Edmonson, Martin 147 Ed's Wagon Wheel Western Wear 234 Edwards Bicycle Shop 233 Edwards, C,W, 33,63,99,117 Edwards, Cindy 173,235,123 Eggenberger, Cindy 90,91,197,1 Eggenberger, Diane 173 Ehlo, Carrie 197 Eldridge, Steve 197 Elle, Nancy 149 Eller, Debra 197 Eller, Stanley 173 Elliott, Becky 149,124 HECE 73, 74, trea. 74 Elliott, Clen 143,149 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Baseb, 73 Elliott, Lisa 173,107 jr. Vice President 07 Elliott, Thomas Glen 26, 143, 149, 152 Ellis, jess 149 Ellis, loann 47, 72,197 Ellison, Deveron 197,210 Elmore, Nancy 107,149 Embers, Steak House 233 English, Beth 149,123 TAHOS 74, hist. 74, pres. 74 Ernest, Lisa 197 Ervin, loan 61 Essary, Gordon 46,197 Evans, Bobby 26,149,50 Ftb Evans Evans I. 72, 73, 74, baseb. 72, 73, 74 , Bobby 173 , Mike 173,223,44 Evans, Pam 115,149 Evans, Pat 149,118 Y-Teens 73, 74, Chap, 74, Quill and Scr oll 74, NHS 74, Chem, Club 73: Mirror 73,74 Everton, Bud 173 Ezell, Larry 173 F Fairley, Phyllis 63 Falbo, Francy 173 Farnall, Olan 70,101,197 Farr, Danny 149 Farrar, Cecilia 174 Farris, Brenda 197 Faust, Debbie 197 Feagins, Timothy 197 Felty, Brian 101,149 Swim, 73, 74, Band 73, 74 Fanning, Cindy 197 Fergerson, Linda 99,174 Fewell, Jean 197,107,55 Fewell, Laurie 174 F ield, Field, Alice B5 Carolyn 66 Fielding, Colleen 62 Fikes, Toya 197 Soph Vice Pres. Fillingim, Bruce 16,20,174,167,107 lr. Vice President First Assembly of God Church 246 First Presbyterian Church 246 Fisher, Larry 174,124 Fisk, Susan 101,149 Band 72, 73, 74, Stage Band 72, 73, 74, Orch, 74 Five Points Meats 248 Flagg, Terri 107,174 Flanagan, Kelley 197 Fletcher, Cindy 149 Fletcher, Terree 197,107 Fligg, Terri 149,218 Flowers, Mike 149,124 Flowers, Vickie 197 Folsom, Jett 197 Ford, Mary E. 174 Forston, George 197 Fortner, Terry 149 Forsythe, Lisa 174 Fortune, Shannon 174 Foster, Cindy 101,197,107 Foster, Jewell 62 Fouts, Patti68, 174 Fowler, David 17,174 Fowler, James 197 Franco, Robert 174 Franco, Velma 197,107 Franklin, Teresa 197 Frank McGlaun Office Supply 247 Freeman, Danielle 197 Freeman, Donna 197 Freeman, lane 149 Freid, Charles 149 Freid, John 174 Froust, Beth 174 Fruge, Lynne 101,197 Fruge, Max 174 Futch, Lois 79 Furr's Inc. 235 Fyffe, Ieannie 197,101 G Gabel, Kenneth 149 Caddy, Tausha 149 Gafford, John 197 Gafford, Ruth 174 Gafford, Steve 174 Gaitan, Elvia 149 Orch 72, Fren. club 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, 74 Galanos, Susan 149 Gallett, Cindy 197 Gammill, Doyle 66, 71, 103 Garcia, Angela 149 HECE 73, 74, Hist. 74 Garcia, Corina 174 Garcia, Yvonne 174,124 Gardiner, Susan 174,118 Gardner, Kathy 174 Gardner, Mary 174 Gardner, Scott 26,33,40,197,50 Garrett, Dinah 174 Garrett, Kim 149,122 Tri-Hi-Y72, 73, OEA 73, 74 Garritson, Jana 107, 167, 174 lr. Vice President Garth, Gary 35,40,149,39 Lat. club 72, basketb. 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74, Jr. Vice President Garth, Jimmy 40,174,232 Gaschen, Julie 174,220 Gaschen, Teresa 87,149,158 Sr. Vice President, Span. Club 72, H.R. rep. 74 Gastineau, Kim 197 Gault, Donna 149 Gault, Jane 197 Gayler, Michal 33,197 Gaylor, Glen 174 Geis, Barbara 87,101,149 Band 72, 73, 74, NHS 74 Gentry, Rodney 197 George, Keri 124 George, Scott 174 Giannattasio, Donna 124 Gibbs, Janice Kae 174 Gibbs, Marty 149,54,55 Sr. Vice President, Ftbl. 72, 73, Swim. 74, H.R. rep. 74 Gibson's Discount Store 224 Gideon, Dianne 101,148 Band 72, 73, 74, All-reg. 73, 74 Giese, Kim 174,124 Gilbert, Lana 197 Gilbreth, Cathleen 197 Gilbreth, Robert 149 Gillen, Lynda 149,122,55 OEA 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72 Gillespie, Gayla 174 Gilliam, Carol 197 Gilmore, Kerry 197 Gilmore, Lynn 174 Gingiss Formal Wear 245 Glasscock, Harold 61 Glassman, Leonard 149 Track 72, 73, Ftbl, 72 Godinez, Cynthia 101,197 Goertz, Susan 174 Goff, Cliff 174 Goff, David 198,204 Goldstucker, Donna 198,201 Soph Vice President Gollaher, Pat 149 C omez, lavier Foreign Exchange Student 74 Gonzales, Gloria 198 Gonzales, Gloria 198 Gooch, Royce 150 Tennis 72, 73, NHS 72, 73, 74 Gooch, Vonda 63 Goodgion, John 112,198 Goodnight, Greg 174 Goodpasture, Glen 84,174 Goodpasture Inc. 229 Goodwin, Donna 175 Goolsby, Laura 175 Gordon, Jay 61 Gossett, Keith 150 Gould, Daniel 112,150,124 HECE 74 Goulette, Diane 175 Goyette, Susan 150 Goyne, Paula 175 Grace, Mike 33,198 Graehling, Houghton 198 Graham, Dechi 101,198 Grant, Anita 150,126 Grantham, Kim 198 Graves, Dean 175 Graves, Terry 88,98,175,107 Graw, Stuart 175 ' Gray, Lindi 74,198 Gray, Ross 198 Green, Brad 150,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, v. pres. 74, H.R. rep. 72, 73, NHS 72, 73, 74 Green, D'Ann 198,107 Green, Jan 150 NHS 72, 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Green, Gary 198 Green, Larry 198 Green, Laura 198 Green, Melinda 150 NHS 74, Span, club 72 Green, Pam 101,175 Greene, Greg 175,50 Greenhill, loyce 63 Greer, Kim 198 Gregory, Oretta 150 Grennell, Myron 198 Gressett, Sherri 175 Grey, Rosemary 79 Grice, Susan 150 NHS 72, 73, 74, Span. club 72, 73, 74, Ecology club 72 Griffin, Ieannie 150,105 Griffith, leff 40,198 Griffith, Mark 198 Grimes, Cathy 150 NHS 73, 74, FHA 72, Band 72, 73, 74 Grimes, Cindy 101,175 Grubbs, David 26,150 Ftbl. 72,373, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Gryder, Claire 88,175 Guerrero, Elsa 150 Guinn, Marla 175,116 lr. Vice President Gunn, Tom 150 Gunter, Wylie 150 H Hackler, Don 120 Hagan, Michael 16,26,150 Hagood, Elizabeth 175 Hagood, Tim 26,150 Haile, Jeff198 Haile, Michele 150,123 TAHOS 74 Hair by Diane 217 Halford, Dennis 147,150 Hall, Charles 175 Hall, MarUane 151 Choir 721 DE. 73, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73 Hall, Pamela 175 Hall, Susan 151 Hall, Teresa 105,175 Hallenbeck, Randy 112,198 Hallett, Gregory 151,124 HECE 74 Halsey, Mark 101,151 Orch. 72, 73, 74 Hamby, Loeta 175,55 Hamilton, Alvin 198,107 Hamilton, Bryan 198,50 Hamilton, Cindy 175 Hamilton, Huelan 175 Hamilton, Marlin 26,151,50,51 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Baseb, 72, 73, 74 Hamman, Celeste 147,148,151 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, S.C. 73, Trea. 73, NHS 74 Hampton, Buddy 89,42 Hampton, Canda 198 Hampton, Gary 224 Hancock, James 151,105,44 S.C, 72, Choir 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74, Baseb. 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Hancock, Susan 175 Hand, Larry 35,198 Handley, Joni 101,151 Handley, Ray 199 Haney, Bryan 199 Soph Vice President Haney, lanis 151 Mirror 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Hankins, Janice 175 Hanslik, Joe 175 Hanson, Bill 113 Harck, Debra 199 Harden, Shirley 175 Harden, Tommy 199 Harding, Ralph 113,151 NHS 72, 73, 74, ROTC 72, 73, 74 Hardwick, Elaine 101,175 Hardwick, Kay 12,175 Hardy, JoAnn 89 Hardy, Scott 26,175,105 Jr, Vice President Hargrave, Kim 199 Hargrave, Ricky 176 Hargrove, Keith 199 Harkey, Teresa 101,199 Harkness, Maye 64 Harmon, Bruce 199 Harold's Hairstylist 243 Harper, Elane 151,155 Harrell, Deborah 48,176 Harrelson, Brad 26,43,176,50 Harriger, Melissa 94,105,176 Harris, Dean 199 Harris, Sharon 79 Harrison, Scott 176 Harrod, Mark 176,217 Harp, Mike 176 Harris, Joe 112,176 Harrod Music Co. 217 Hart, Carol 151 Hart, Cindy 199 Han, Holly 176 Hart, Pam 86,199 Hartgraves, Randall 199 Hartman, Patsy 176 Hartsfield, loetta 79 Hartsfield, Russell 199 Harvey, Elizabeth 176,182 Harvey, Pauline 176 Harvey, Roy 199 Harvey, Wickie 176 Hastings, Franki 101,151 Hastings, Owen 176 Hatfield, Eugene 176 Hatfield, Mike 112,176 Hawkins, Keith 151 Band 72, 73, Drama 72 Hawley, Elizabeth 199 Hay, Arthur 199 Hayes, Brenda 199 Haymes, Mark 151,105 NHS 74, Choir 72, 73, 74, pres Haymes, Tracy 176 Haynes, Mary Ruth 176,118 Hays, Charlotte 101,151 Band 72, 73, 74, Extramurals 72 73 74, Intramurals 72, 73, 74 Hays, Phillip 101,199 Soph Vice President Hayworth, Bobby 87 Hearn, Lana 112,199 Heath, Terri 151 Sr. Vice President, H.R. rep. 72 73 74, NHS 72, 73, 74 Hefner, Mike 199,50 Heimerman, Phil 176,124 Hemingway, Carol 176 Hemphill-Wells 232 Henderson, Arvin 33,199 Henderson, Cheree 176 Hendrick, Jerry 151,124 Ftbl. 72, DECA 73, 742 Ag 72 Hendricks, Ricky 199 Hendricks, Timothy 151 ROTC 74, FFA 74, DECA 74 Hennigar, Scott 33,199,50 Henry, Roy 176 two hundred fifty one Henshall, Harriet 101,151 Band 72, 73, 745 allareg. 73, 74 Henshall, Jack 176 Henslee, Helena 101a, 199 Henslee, Ronny 26,151,157 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74 Hensley, Rick 151 Henson, Debbie 199 Herald Photo 237 Herchman, Paul 151,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, Chaparral 72, 73 Herman, Carla 176,124 Herman K. Holman 220 Herricks, Cary 151 Herring, Phylis 177,124 Herzog, Jan 177,123 Hester, Tina 46,199 Hewlett,John Keith 177 Hicks, Cindy 177,123 Hicks, Karen 199 Higgins, Vickie 177 Higgins, Stephanie 151,46 Choir 72, 73, 745 FHA 72, 73, 74, pres. 73, 745 Intramurals 73, 74 Highland Baptist Church 232 Hill, Danis199 Hill, Debra 177 Hill, Jimmy 26,177,236,44 Hill, Macual151 Basketb. 725 Track 72, 73, 74, 44 Hill, Mike 97,96 Hill, Rita 151 Orch 72, 73, 745 all-state symp. orch 72, 73, 74 Hlll, Russell 151,124 Hill, Sandy 151 FHA 72, Tri-Hi-Y 73, 74 Hill, Teresa 177,124 Hilton, Connie 177 Hindman, Brenda 200 Hindman, Shirley 151 OEA 725 Campus Life5 Lib. Club 735 Span. club 72 Hinman, Paul 112 Hinson, Brenda 177 Hirokawa, Sue 200 Hitchcock, Donna 46,47,151 Tennis 72, 73, 74 Hix, Cay 300 Hobb, Susan 74 Hobbs, Karen 200 Hobbs, Jeannie 151 Hobson, Ricky 151 Lat. Club 72, 73,' Chess club 72, 73, 74 Hodges, Connie 200 Hodges, Eliot 200,22 Hodges, Jeanna 151 Hodges, Susan 200 Hoeffner, Steve 200 Hoffman, Brenda 101a,152, Band 72, 73, 74 Hoffman, Clyde 101a,200 Hogan, Andrea 101a,177,187 Hogan, Rana 101a,200 Hogg, Mitchell 200 Holden, Richard 152 Orch 72, 73, 745 uit science 73, 745 Chem, club 73, 74 Holloway, Nanette177,123 Holman, Renee 152,131 Chaparral 73, 74, asst. ed. 745 NHS 745 Quill and Scroll 745 Choir 725 Tri-Hi-Y 73, 74 Holmes, Barbara 200 Holmes,J'Nan 177 Jr. Vice President Holt, Richard 28,3O,152,S0 Hood, Kathy 101a,152 Band 72, 73, 745 NHS 73, 745 74,' Fren, Club 72 Hooker, Jayle 101a,102,177 Hooper, Hattye 152,122 OEA 73,7-4, v. pres. 745 Tri-Hi-Y 73 Hooser, Vickie 74,177 Hopping, Vergil Coke 33,200 Horkey, Joe 61 two hundred fifty-two Hormann, Mindy 177 Horn, Larry 152,50,51 Horn, Tye 26,152 Ftbl, 72, 73, 745 Track 72, 73,74 Holton, Danny 95,177 Houk, Mike 152 Ftbl. 72, 73 Houser, Elizabeth 177 Housour, Jeff 112,200 Howard, Cary177 Howitt, Sandra 107,152 FHA 74 Hubbard, Becky 177 Huddleston, Larry 177 Hudson, Cheryl 200 Huffaker, Roger 200 Hughes, Jody 200 Hulett, Pam 84,177,117 Jr. Vice President Huneke, Pam 46,47,152 Tennis 72,73,745 Choir 72 Hunt Seed Company 223 Hunter, Jan 72,86,152 Thespians 72,73,745 NHS 74 Hurley, Mairlyn152 Orch 72, 73, 745 All-State orch 73, 745 Intramurals 72, 73 Hurt, Charles 178 Hurt, Debbie 200 Husband, Kim 200 Hutchison, Mike 178 Hutto, Darlene 178 I Ickes, Joy 20,88,105,178 Imperial Bowling 245 lngraham, Vicki 178 lnce Oil Co. 216 Insurance Associates 236 Irons, Ed 60 Irons, Susan 19,46,68,143,152 Sr. Vice President5 Tennis 72, 73, 745 H.R. rep. 73, 74,' Homecoming nom, 745 Nom. Valentine Sweetheart 72 Irwin, Carol 152,122 OEA 73, 74, Fren. club 72 Irwin, Kim 178 Irwin, Norma 200 Isbell, Diane Kay 200 l Jacobson, Joel 101a,178,121 James, Carolyn 152 James, Jenny 200 Jameson, Janet 152 Janek, Cheryl 200 Jardine, Anna 115 Jarman, Katrina 178 Jarvis, Debbie 200 Jay, Deryl152 Baseb. 72 Jay, Vicki 200,201 Jeffcoat, Jim 200 Jenkins, Darla 152,124 Choir 72, HECE 73, 745 hist. 73 Jennings, Andy 200 Jennings, Jon 178,124 Jennings, Montessa 123 Jennings, Phyllis 79 Jensen, Erik Jernigan, Tonya 101a,102,178 Jeter, David 178 Jewel Box 226 Jiffy Car Wash 226 Jim Horton Realtor 221 Jim Turner Enterprises 246 Joachim, Danny 178 Jobe, Greg 178 John Halsey Drug 217 Johnson, Bill 26,152 Ftbl. 72, 73, 745 ROTC 72, 73,745 NHS 74 Johnson, James 200 Johnson, Jan 46,47,153 Span. club 72, FCA 72, 73, 745 Tennis 72, 73, 745 NHS 72, 73, 74 Johnson, Jana 200 Soph Vice President Johnson, Marc 153,42,44 Track 72, 73, 745 Choir 72, 73, 74 Johnson, Paul 200 Johnson, Rhonda 153 Tri-Hi-Y72, 73, 74 Johnson, Shane 178 Johnson, Valerie 200 Johnston, Larry 178 Johnston, Vicki 153 Jones, Amy 153 Band 72, 73 Jones, Beth 153 Tennis 72, 735 Tri-Hi- tramurals 73 Jones, Byron 153 Jones, Carl 153 Jones, Caryl 63 Jones, Cheryl 88,178 Jones, Cindy 178 Jones, Dale 33,200 Jones, De'Aun176 Jones, Debbie 178,131 Jr. Vice President Jones, Cale 33,200 Jones, Harold 33,200 Jones, Keith 153,130,50 Jones, Lilian 77 Jones, Lilla 79 Jones, Mike 33,200 Y 73,745 ln- Jones, Robert 155,153 Jones, Robin 153 NHS 74 Jones, Carl 124 Jones, Shirley 200 Jones, Steve 153,123 TAHOS 74 Jones, Terresa 178 Jones, Vicki 178 Jones, VickiBeth 201 Jordan, Donald 91 Jordan, Cary153,124 Jordan, Pamela 178 Jordan, Shaula 176 Joyner, Thomas 201 Julian, Drew 153 J. VV. Chapman and Sons 216 K Kaether, David 153,124 HECE 74 Kaether, Janet 178 Kallina, Teresa 153,128 Mirror 73, 74, acl man. 74,' Intra- murals 72, 735 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 735 Drama 73 Kammerdiener, Paul 201 Kansas City Life 246 Karr, Jodene 153 Choir 72 Karr, Kellye 201 Karr, Kendall 201 Kastman and Co, 240 Kates, Bobbie 178,124 Kayal, Connie 107,178 KCBD-TV 225 Keay, Monica 153,124 Sr. Vice President Keck, Cary153 Keck, Tammy 178 Keeter, Cheryl 153 Fren. club 72, 73 Keith, Ricky 26,27,178,38,36,105 Keller, David 178 Kelley, Allen 153 Ftbl. 72, 735 FCA 72, 73 Kelly, Karen 153 Kelly Tile and Supply 246 Kelsey, Nancy 153 NHS 74 Kenimer, Melinda 153 Choir 73, 745 NHS 745 Cer. club 73, 74 Kennedy, Lori 201 Kennington, Patti 178 Kent, Cler-i101a,178 Kerns, Cindy 201 Kerr, Karen 47,201 Soph Vice President Ketron, Allan 178 Kettler, Melyssa 201 Kidd, Cynthia 178 Kidder, Tommy 153 Killion, Jerry 201,50 Killion, Patricia 79 Kindred, Nancy 153,105 Choir 72,73,745 a-reg. choir 73, 745 all-state can, 735 NHS 74 King, Buddy 178 King, Carrie 201 King, Cary 178 King, Jennifer 153,126 Orch 72, 735 FHA 73, 74,' NHS 73, 74 King, Kirk 26,153 Ftbl. 72, 73, 745 FCA 72, 73,74 King, Leonard Jay 179 King, Mike 101a,201 King, Rhonda 148,153 Kinnison, David 201,105 Kirby, Gary153 Kirby, Janet 153 Kirby, Lee 201,55 Kirchoff, Cary101a,201 Janet, Kirklen 153 Kirkman, Robin 17,179,117 Jr. Vice President Kirkpatrick, Mark 1o1a,201,44 Kiser, Kimatha 201 Kitchens, Pamela 179 Kizer, Don179 Kizer, Jim 153 Kizer, Paula 101a, 163 Band 72, 73, 745 NHS 74 Knight, Lisa 46,179 Knight, Robert 89,207,40,35 Kochanek, Kim 153 Band 72, 735 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 745 Orchestra 72, 73, 74 Koehler, Terri 201 Koen, Kenneth 179,23,118 Koen's Studio 225 Koen, Tina 101a,179 Kolb, Ida 179 Komarek, Steve 154,124 Komkov, Andrea 154,23 Thespian 73, 74, Fren. Club 72, 73, 745 NHS 745 Drama 72, 73, 745 Symposium 72, 73, 74 Kountz, Chris 96,97 Kritzer, Bill 101a,179 Kuhnley, David 202 L Land H Drug 236 Lackey, Rob 179 LaCour, Stephanie 179,123 LaFoy, Annette 101a,179 La Hacienda Mexican Food 217 Lakon Plastic Pipe 220 Lambert, Larry 26,29,154 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74 Land, Phyllis 179,124 Landry, Ted 179 Langston, Beth 105,154,130 Quill and Scroll 745 NHS 74,' Chaparral 73, 74,' Choir 72, 73, 74, sec. 74 Lankford Cleaners 246 Lankford, Kurt 179,105 Lansford, Lochland101a,179 LaRoe, Mark 200,55 Lasater,Jo Ellen 154,224,131 Chaparral 73, 745 NHS 72, 73, 745 Mirror 74, Quill and Scroll 74 Latham, Kim 154,216 DECA 73, 74,' V. pres. 73 Millican, Lathamk 242 Latimer, Kelly 179 Lawrence, Dodavah 77,107 Lawrence, lenny 202,107 Lawson, Helen 154,105,131 Choir 72, 73, 74, Chaparral 74, Tri- Hi-Y 72, 73, Quill and Scroll 74, Intramurals 72, 73 Layne, David 26,154 Sr. Vice President, Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Basketb, 72, 73, H.R. rep. 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74 Leach, Stephanie 202 Leaverton, Rickey 154 Sr. Vice President, Ftbl. 72, Track 72, 73, Swim. 73, 74, H.R, rep. 72, 74 LeBreton, Eddie 179 Ledbetter, Donna 154 Ledbetter, Ricky 202 Lee, Brent 112,202 Leslie, E.C. 60 Leslie, Cerri179 Leslie, Tim 202,50 Lester, lay 179 Lester, Nannette 202 Leverett, Kim 154 Fren. club 73, 74, Choir 72 Lewchuk, Cary 26,179 Lewis, Debbie 154 Tennis 72, 73, Extramurals 72, 73 Lewis, lanet 154,124 Lewis, Michelle 154,122 Band 72, 732 OEA 74 Lewis, Paula 202 Lincoln, Albert 63 Lindsay, Cheryl 179 Linker, Delwayne 202 Linker, Donald 154 Chess club 73,745 Zippies Hippies 74 Litchfield, lelf 33,196,202 Litchfield, Phyllis 87,154,226 Choir 72, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74, FCA 73, Intramurals 73, 74, Drama 73, 74 Littlefield, lo Beth 179,85,88,,105 Litton, Allen 112,202 Locke, Carol 202 Lockerd, David 179 Lolton, Bobby 179,124 Logan, Danny 202 Logan, Linda 202 Logan, Pat 179 Loggins, Steve 154 Lohoeter, Mattnew 4u,2U2,4s,44 Long lohn Silver's Fish and Chips 221 Long, Tim 107,154 Tennis 72,73 Looney, lack 179 Looney, Linda 154 Campus Life, NHS 73, 74, FTA 74 Loran, Steve 202 Loran, Tericia 154 Lorance, Adrienne 101a,180 Lorance, Patricia 95,180 Lowder, R. Kent 101a,154 Band 72, 73, 74 Lowe, Barbara 180 Lowin, lean 180 Lowrey, Mike 26,180 Lowrey, Mike 202 Lowry, Robin 202 Lubbock Building Products 244 Lubbock Clearing House 241 Lubbock Electric Co. 222 Lubbock Power and Light 225 Lubbock Rental Service 235 Lubbock Savings and Loan 236 Lubbock Sewing Center 233 Lubbock Theaters 223 Lugo, Ronnie 202 Lunsford, Iames 180 Luskey's Western Wear 218 Luxury Living Mobile Homes 220 Lynch, Becky 101a,109,180 Lynch, David 154,124 DE 74 Lynch, Monte 180,124 Mc McAfee, Lee 202 McAfee, Patricia 154,128,118 Mirror 73, 74, NHS 74, Quill and Scroll 74, lntrarnurals 72, 73, Ex- tramurals 72, 73 McBee, Barry 16,17,105,1B0 McBee, Cynthia 101a, 154 Band 72, 73, 74, NHS 73, 74 McBee, Lawrence 180 McBee, Wesley 124 McCauley, William 101a,102,154,238 Band 73, 74 McCarty, Bart 202,50 McCarty, Brad 202,50 McCasland, Mike 16,172,1B0,105 McClain, james 109,202 McCloy, Monty 96 McCown, Mary 95 McCulloch, Katy 47,202 McDonald, Todd 202 McDonald, Kathy 180 McDuff, George Glen 98,154 McElroy, Carol 154 Swim. 73, 74, NHS 73, 74 McFarlin, Cynthia 202, 101a McCarrett, Robert 101a,180 McGee, Ann 154,123 McGee, Robby 154 DE 73, 74 McCintry, lody 129 McGovern, lanice 112,202 McGrath, Debbie 154 Mcllroy, Cuita 105,180 Mclnnes, King 202 Mclntyre, Debbie 154 Choir 72, 73, 74, Y-Teens 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, 74, Chem. club 72 Mclntyre, Doug 105,202 McKee, Cynthia 154,122 Band 72, 73, OEA 74 McKee, Roger 202,124 McKelvy, Bob 61 McKelvy, Kevin 180,219 McKelvy's 219 McKenna, Bob 47,46,76 McKinlay, Norma 202 McKinney, Brad 180 McKinney, Lisa 154 Mckissack Auto Supply 216 McMillan, Cary 202,101a McMillan, Patricia 154,122 Tri-Hi-Y 72, Lions Club Queen 72, OEA 74 McMurrey, Brian 101a, 154 Band 72, 73, 74, Mirror 74 Marable, M arable, Choir Tri-Hi- Marshall, Margaret 200,55 Mary 105,156,22 72, 73, 74, all-state can. 73, Y 72, 73, NHS 72, 73, 74 Brenda 180,118 Martin, Byron 61 Martin, Debra 101a,202 Martin, Katherine 78,180 Martin, Karen 202 Martin, Kim 156 FHA 72, Tri-Hi-Y72, 73, 74 Martin, Lindsey 203 Martin, Susan 156 Mitchell, Louis 156 Mitchell, Ronald 203 Vlize, Cary156 Modern Chevrolet 239 Modica, john 203 Moegle, Bobby 42,95,120 Moeller, Walter 83,112 Monroe, limmy 156,124 Monte, Mitch 171,181 Montgomery, Debbie 101a,156 Honor Band 72, 73, 74, All-reg. band 73, 74, Trea. 74, NHS 73, 74 Montgomery, Preston 181 Martin, Vicki 156 Choir 72,73 Martinez, Danny 203,44 Martinez, Vince 180,50 Mason, Danita 203 Mason, limmie 156 Massingill, Kathryn 101a,156 Mathews, john 180 Mathews, Kay 156 Tennis 73, Span. club 74,' Intramurals 73 Mathis, Becky 101a,203 Mathis, Mark 180,124 Matney, Delbert 110,156 Matos, Lisa 203 Matthews, Kathy 180,105 Matticks, Bryan 180,55 Matticks, Michele 180,221,55 Mattox, lane 180 Mattox, lulie 101a,203 Mauldin, Steve 156 Maxwell, Steve 26,143,156 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, TCA 72, 73, 74 May, Nancy 123 Mayes, Curtis 101a,180 Mayes, Tommy 101a, 108,156 Band 72, 73, 74, Orch 72 Montgomery, Tommy 35,177,181,36 lr. Vice President Moore, Brenda 181 Moore, john 17,177,181,239,116 lr. Vice President Moore, Moore, Moore, , Terry 156 Moore Moore, Robin 84,203 Shelia 181,123 Ted 203 Tonie 203 Morgan, Mark 203,40 Morgan, M'Linda 19,156,105 Sr. Vice President, H.R. rep. 72, 74, Choir 72, 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y72, 73 Morris, Melinda 203 Morris, Mike 64 Morris, Suzette101a,156 Band 72, 73, 74, soc. chair 74, NIHS 73, 74 Morrison, Laveren 95 Morrow, Carol 156 Morton, Dee Ann 203 Morton, Linda 157 Band 72, 73, 74, Intramurals 72, Orch 73 Mosley, Mona 68,181 Moss, Lewis 99 Motlong, Wendy 203 Mayfield, Robert 156 Mayon, Rodney 203 Mayor Morris W. Turner 216 Maze, Renetta 203 Mears, Andy 180 Mecham, Nanette 180 Meeks, Holly 180 Meeks, lulie 180 Meenaghan, Susan 46,180 Meixner, Harmon 91 Menelee, Mark 143,156 Merrell, Nicky 180 Merrell, Sheila 156,122 OEA 74: Campus Lile 73, 74 Merritt, Colette 180 McMurry, Dixie 156 Mersiovsky, Melba 180 Messall, Karen 101a,181 McNamara, Lane 26,28,156,43,44 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74 McNamara, Mark 202,44 McTavish, Tracy S5 McPhail, Victor 202 McWhorter's 245 McVay, Vanissa 129 M Mabray, Teresa 202,107 MacNair, janet 109,200 MacTavish, Tacey156 Swim 73, 74, ROTC 74 Magness, lulee 108,156 Malone, Barry 180 Messall, Linda 101a,156 FHA 72, Band 72,73,74 Messer, Andrew 101a,156 Band 72,73,74, Chess Club 73 Messersmith, Cary181 Messersmith, Robert 203 Metzig, Barbara 203 Michalka, loe 35,9538 Milburn, Nelwyn 143,156,105 Miller, Cindy 203,208 Soph Vice President Miller, Lynsey 203 Miller, Marka 181,124 Miller, Steve 203,212 Miller, Silliam 181 janet 109,181 Malone, Mike 180,107,44 Malone, Monty 180 Mangos, Danny 156 Band 72, 73, 74 Mangrum, Theresa 108,156 Orch. 74 Mann, Paul 109,202 Mann, limmy 77 Mann, Sandy 202,107 Mann, Sheila 180 Mann, Manto Steve 22 oth, Keno 77 Mills, leffrey 101a,156 Band 72, 73, 74 Minnix, Kevin 203 Minton, Terri 107,156 Mires, Evin 203 Mister Donut 227 Mitchell, Beverly 181 Mitchell, Cana 156 Choir 72 Mitchell, Doug 181 Mitchell, Kathryn 181,123 Mitchell, Larry 156 Mott, Donna 204 Mott, Steve 157 Drama 74 Moulder, Valerie 157 Sr. Vice President, Lib. club. 72, 73, Lat. club 72, Math club 72 Mourey, Rich 124 Moutos, limmy 204 Mullican, Bill 148,157,105 FCA 72, NHS 72, 73, 74, Ftbl. 72, Choir 72, 73, 74, all-reg, choir 74, Mirror 73 Murdock, Elaine 204,107 Murdock, Nancy 204,107 Murdock, Sharon 204,107 Murle Rice Motors 227 Murrell, Harold 89,42 Myers, Mike 101a,108,181 Myers, Sue Ann 157 Myers, Virginia 72,124 N Nabors, lanice 204 Nagy, loe 46,204 Nanny, Nancy 204 Nava, Annette 181,124 Nazarenus, Stephen 204 Nebb's Auto 246 Nebel, Preston 181 Neel's Master of Hair Fashion 230 Neel, Paul 181 Neely, Thomas 97 Neese, Dottie 157,124 Neves, Ricky 181 Neumann, Mike 181 Neumann, Paul 109,157 Span. club 74, Orch 72, 73, 74 New, Paula 157,229 Intramurals 74, Iri-Hi-Y 72, 73 Newsom, Iames 157 Zippies Hippies 74, VICA 73, 74 Newsom's Paint and Carpet 221 Newton, Camille 101a,181 Newton, Clif101a,182 two hundred fifty three Nicholson, Martha 182 Nielsen, Denman 157 Nitengale, Sue 182,124 Nix, Larry 101a, 109 Mar. Honor Band 72, 73, 74, pres. 74 drum maj. 74, Orch. 72, 73, 742 ROTC 73, 74, all-reg. band 72, 73, 74, Boys state 73 Nix, Pam 148.157 N.K. Parrish 239 Noble, Marla 204 Noblitt, Vicki 101a,204 Northcutt, Craig 35,182,117 jr. Vice President Nowell, Wilma 95 Nunley, Rendel101a,204,236 Nunn, Becky 204 Nystel, Alice 94,108,182,22O O Oakley, Willie 72,157,225,105,23 Oakwood Bowling Lanes 239 Oates, Carroll 92,95 Oberhelman, Richard 157 Span. Club 72,73,74, NHS 72, 73, 74, Ex. stu. 73 O'Briant, joan 157 Odom, Rhonda 157,218 Odom, Wendell 157 Ftbl. 72, 73, 74 Odom, james 76 Odom, Milton 204 Odom, Kevin 182 Odom, Leisa 204 Odom, Pam 194,204 Soph Vice President O'Donnell, Phyllis 204,107 Oliver, Thomas 113,157 Band 72, ROTC 72, 73, 74 O'Neall, Stephen 182 Olson, Ken 82,124 One Hour Martinizing 222 Ormand, Fred 157 Ormand, Peggy 204 Ortiz, Becky 204 Otken, Celeste 101a,102,182 Outlaw, judy 157,124 Overbeck, janet 182 Overbeck, joseph 35,-40,204 Owens, Dianne 182,124 Owens, jennifer 182 Owen, Martha 182 P Pace, jackson 35,182,38,37 Pack, Teresa 158,122 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, Fren. club 72 OEA 74 Page, Shannon 158 FHA 72, Y-Teens 73 Paikdowski, john 40,204 Padgett, Elizabeth 82,122 Pancake House 237 Pa ntex Playwood 236 Pan-Tex Plywood 236 Pants Time 218 Pappas, Chris 158 Parham, Greg 101a,204 Parker, Allie Rae 87 Parker, Cheryl 58,75,204 Parker, Connie 158 Parker, Debbie 204 Parker, Eddie 205,44 Soph Vice President Parker, james 205 Parker, Kris 205 Parker, Rhonda 101a,205 Parker, Rodney 205 Parker, Scott 120 Parkey, jack 205 Parkinson, Peggy 205 Parks, Steve 101a Parr, Marilyn 182,124 Parsley, Matt 35 two hundred fifty-four Parsons, Kelvin 205 Passm ore, Sean 107,158 Pate, Kathy 91,158,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, NHS 73, 74, Span club 72, urals 72, Pate, Pam 73, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, Intra- 73 158,122 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74, OEA 74 Pate, Steve 101a, 205 Patric, Ire 123 Patterson, Dana 101a,158 Band 72, 73, 74 Patterson, Kennette158 Patterson, David 205,101a Patterson, jana 182 Pattillo, Al158 Pavlicek, Paula 182 Payne, Alan 158,124 Ftbl. 72, Payne, He DE CA 73, 74 len 82,123 Payne, Thomas 205 Pedersen, Band 7 Dana 70,101a,108,158 2,73,74, Orch. 73, 74, all- state band 72, all-state orch 74 Span. club 72 Peggram, Amanda 182 Penney, Denise 158,124 HECE 74 Pennington, Lex 158 Chaparral 74 Penrod, Li sa 205 Pentecostal Holiness Church 246 Perez, Debora 182 Perkins, Kyla 205 Perkins, Music 247 Perkins, Rick 22 Perry, Melissa 182 Perry, Steve 101a,182 Pershouse, Carla 158 Pershouse, Mark 205 Peters, Faricha 182,190 Peters, jennifer 205 Peters, Michael 205 Petteway, Anne 199,205 Petty, Belinda Cheryl 182 Pettyjohn, Sue 158,124 Lib. club 72, 73, HECE 74 Pevehouse, Billy 205 Pharr Trail er Sales 224 Phillips, Sharon 158,123 TAHOS 74 Phillips, Suzann 108,205 Phipps, Donnie 205 Pickering, jay 205 Pickett, john 182 Pierce, Na ncy 182 Pierce, Paula 205,23 Pierce, Terry 26,30,183,220,44 jr. Vice President Piercey, Sandra 205 Piershall, Terry 158 Pilkinton, lntramu Pilkinton, Lori 158 rals 72, 73 Noel 205 Pinkerton, Charles 183 Pinkston, Cary 124 Pinson, joe 109,113,158,127 Rorc 72, 73, 74, Ag 72, 73, 74 Pioneer Lincoln Mercury 236 Pioneer Natural Gas 231 Pirkle, Thomas 205 Pirtle, Roc an 101a,159 Band 72, 73, 74 Pittman, Kandy 159,123 TAHOS 74 Plains Camera 243 Plecker, Bob 159 Plecker, Susan 205 Poindexter, Trent 183,121 Poindexter, joan 159 Drama 72, DECA 73, 74 Pope, Susie 205 Pointer, jan 159 Sr. Vice Twirler President, Band 72, 73, 74, 72, 73, 74, FHA 72, Intra- murals 72, 73 Pope, james 159 Porter, Kerry 101a,ZO5 Porter, Pam 74,159 NHS 74, FHA 72, 73, 74, Intramurals 72 Porter, Richard 205 Poteet, Danny 159 Cer. club 72, 73, Band 72, 73, 74 Potts, Karen 159 FHA 72 Potts, Keith 26,148,159,144 Sr, Vice President, Ftbl. 72, 73, 74, Track 72, 73, 74, FCA 73, 74 Potts, Richard 183 Powell, Betty 101a,109,159 Band 72, 73, 74 Powell, john 90,98,224,23 Powell, Terry 159 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, Intramurals 72, 73, Span. club 72 Powers, LaWayne 159,123 TAHOS 73,74, Trea. 74, Span. club 72 Powers, Steve L. 183 Powers, Steve R. 183,190,123 Prabhaker, Arati 190,205 Prater's Trukeys 243 Price, Eddie 159 Sr. Vice President, Ftbl. 72, 73, NHS 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, S.C. 74 Price, Paul 205 Price, Mark 183 Price, Mary jean 205 Price, Phillip Steven 183,189,117 Price, Shawna 205 Prien, Sam 159 Chess club 73, 74 Privett, Lyndal 40,108,205 Probasco, jeff 205 Proffitt, john 159 Thespians 72, 73, 74, pres. 74, NHS 73, 74, Cer. Club 72, 73, Drama 73, 74 Provence, Shawn 183 Pugh, Don 205 Pugh, Marilyn 78,108,183 Pugh Spencer 205 Purser, john 159 Drama 72 Purser, Philip 33,205 Pyeatt, Larry 205 Q Quillin, Cayla 199,205 R Radio Lab 237 Ragland, Bryan 105,183 Rahm, Elaine 159 Rakestraw, Vickie 101a, 205 Rampy, Alisa 159,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 73, 74, Fren. club 73 Rampy, D'Anne 205 Rampy, Donna 206 Ramsey, james 71,106,104 Ramsey, jay 206 Ramsey, Randa 206 Soph Vice President Ramsey, Randall 183,43,44 Ramsey, Valarie 209 Randles, B.j. 62,66 Randles,jon 26,183 Rangel, Rickey 183 Randolph, Paul 183 Rankin, Billy 133 Ransom, Ted 33,206,44 Ransom, William 183 Rapp, Melinda 13,19,105,159 Chldr, 73, 74, Top Ten 73: NHS 74, Choir 72, 73, 74,' Hmcmg. queen can. 74 Ratcliff, Kathleen 46,183 , Rather, Renee 206 Raullerson, Kevin 40,44 Rawls, Belinda 105,183 Ray, joyce 159,123 Sr, Vice President, Y-Teens 72, 73, 74, Chem. club 73, TAHOS 74 Rawls, Robert 95 Ray, Mark 101a,183 Ray, Ricky 183 Read, Rock 183 Reagan, Brandt 183 Realty Enterprises Inc. 243 Reardon, Terry 159 Rector, janet 171,183 Redden, DeAnn159 Redden, Marqua 206 Reddick, Valerie 206 Redus, Tim 159 Reed, Amanda 101a,184 Reed, Cathy 184 Reed, Terry 112,206 Reeds, Paula 107,184 Reese, Kathy 107,159,218 Choir 73, 74, Intramurals 72, 73 Reeves Camera 223 Reeves, Dee Ann 101a,206 Reeves, Gary184 Reeves, Carnetjr, 61 Reeves, jerry 206,44 Reeves, Penelope 184 Reeves, Shelia 17,67 Reid, Allen 184 Reinhart, jeff 206 Renfrow Hardchrome Plating Co. 220 Renfrow, Sharlan184 Revert, Ron 33,206 Reynolds, jeff 184 Reynolds, Peggy 206 Soph Vice President Rhea, john 35,184 Rhoades, Rhonda 184 Ribble's Flowers 233 Rice, Bill 82,124 Rice, Howard 60 Rice, janell 101a,206 Rice, Pam 159 Choir 72, ROTC prin. 72, FHA 72 Rice, Ted 159,105 Richard,lirr1 96,159,126 FFA 74, Ftbl. 72, 73 Richards, jana 101a,206 Richards, Kalem184 Richardson, Carla 185 Richardson, Vicki 159 Ricker, Suzanne 78 Rickert, Rick 185,44 Rickert, William 207,44 Ricky, Donald B9 Riddle, Donald 185,124 Ridgway, Danny Ridgway, Gene 63 Ridgway, Linda 159,123 TAHOS 74 Riley, Franklin 207,50 Riley, jerry 207 Riley, Teresa 176 jr, Vice President Rios, Rosa 185 Rister, Mark 159,117,42,43,44 Band 72, 73, Track 73, 74, Boy of Month 74, Sr. Vice President Rister, Randy 101a,159 Band 72,73,74 Rix Funeral Home 235 Roach, LeRoy 185 Robbins, Angela 159,123 Tennis 72, 73, FCA 73, TAHO 74, CHE 74 Robbins, Ann17,159,124 HERO 74, sec, 74, Choir 73 Robbins, Debbie 207 Robbins, Sheri 207 Roberts, Betty 63 Roberts, Debbie 159 FHA 72 Roberts, Tanjala 124,125 Robertson, Christy 84,129 Robertson, Glen 207 Robinson, Rosemary 130,134,136,139, Robertson, Grady 161 Robertson, Rex 212,107 161 Chaparral 72, 73, 74, asst. ed. 73, ed. 74, NHS 72, 73, 74, trea, 74, Quill and Scroll 74, pres., NMF 74, Thes- pians 74 Robles, Ernest 161 Ftbl. 72, 73, Track 72, 73 Rocap, Beth 148,161 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74, Drama 73, 74, ln- tramurals 72, 73, 74, Extramurals 72, 73, 74 Roddy, Mark 101a,207 Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rogers, lan Lynn 185 Norman 207 Sammy 185 Susie 185 a 185 Seaberg, Bill 161 Swim 73, 742 Ftbl. 72 Sedgwick, Gena 185,105 Sentry Property Management 229 Settle, Glenda 185 Sever, Sandra Beth 107,185 Seward, Michael 161 Sewell, Randy 185 Sexton, Stephen 26,161,235 Basketb. 72: Ftbl. trainer 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74, baseb, trainer 73 Sexton, Laurie 12,192,208 Seymour, Brad 185,105 Shafer, lohn 161 Shankle, limmy 161,50 Sharp, Scott 161,55 Sr. Vice President Shaver, Danny 208,44 Shaw, Robin101a,108,208 Sheppard, Paul 185 Sheridan, Lisa 185 Rogers, loan 185,129 Rose, Bert 207 Rose, lohn 111,161,105 Rosen, Barry 161,119 Sr. Vice President, Golf 72, 73, 74, Shetland Hallmark 218 Shetlar, Debbie 101a,208 Shetlar, Susan 161 FHA 74 NHS 72, 73, 74, NMF 74 Rosen, lan 86,179 Soph Vice President Rowe, Gaynelle 161 Rowell, Candy 161,122 Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74, OEA 74 Royal, Vicki 161,126 FHA 73, 74, hist. 73, sec. 74 Ruff, Cindy 90,108,11,207 Ruff, I0 161 Ruff, Rita 185 Russell, Carl 185,105 Russell, Kerry 185,124 Rutherford, Buzz 185 Rutherford, Coke 74,161 Ftbl. 72, 73 Rutherford, Merle 185,124 Rutledge, Dianne 161,127 72, 73, 74 Orch 72, 73, FFA 74, sec. 74, r Rutledge, Robert 207 R yan, Lesle y161 Ryan, Nancy 161,119 Thespians 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72 S Sailsbury, Kevin 185,105 Salazar, Carlos 101a,161 Sanders, Sanders, Sanders Sanders Sanders Sandlin, Charles 185 Don 161 Funeral 220 , Lane 207 , Loyd 207 Mike 161 ep. '74 Shipman, Lawrence Edward 161.124 Orch. 72, DECA 73, 74, Drama 72 Shirley, Tommy 161,124 Short, Karen 185 Shortes, Connie 208 Showalter, loe 69,185 Shulfield, Melody 101a,184,108 Soph Vice President Shuffield, Wendell 208 Sides Printing Company 246 Simmons, lerry 186 Simpson, Eddie 186 Simpson, Leslie 186,55 Simpson, Vicki 101a,161 Band 73, 74 Sinclair, lacquelyn 161 Sipes, Michelle 186 Skibells and Sumwear 242 Skipper, Kathy 163,122 Pof 73, COE 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Slocum, Dan 208 Soph Vice President Small, Kathy 107,156 Smith, Cindy 163 Smith, Eric 163 Srnith, Iennifer 13,19,105,163,116 Chldr. 72, 73, 74, Head 74, Hmcmg. queen 74, Choir 72, 73, 74,' NHS Solomon, Andrea 163,128,118,119 NHS 74, sec. 74, Mirror 73, 74, new ed. 74, outstanding staffer 73 Sooter, Banay101a,109 Sr. Vice President: Band 72, 73, 74, Twirler 72, 73, 74 Sorrells, Salena 209 Southwestern Public Service 231 Spann, Lisa 186 Sparks, Lynn 163 Sr. Vice President, Tennis 72, 73, Choir 72, FCA 72, 73 Sparks, Sharon 186 SPD Carwash 237 Sports Center 242 Sprott, lohn 209 Sprott, Sara 186 Stalcup, Cindy 186 Staley, Gary 209 Stamback, Louelle 209 Stanley, Betty 86,129,131 Stanley, Debbie 66, 74,163 Stanley, Linda 186 Stanley, Sharon 163,124 S.C. 72, 73, soph class sec. 72, jr. class sec. 73, DECA 74, sec. 74 Stallings, Glenn 26,186,50 Stephen, Gwen 63 Stephens, Charles 112,186 Stephens, DeeDee 238,163,105,116 Sr. Vice President, Tri-Hi-Y 725 Flame Girl 74, Girls state 73, S.C. sec. 74, Choir 72, 73, 74, All-reg. 74, NHS Tarver, Michael S, 85,187 Tate, Kathryn 63 Tates Texico 246 Ta ylor, Chris 209 Taylor, Dorothy 63 Taylor, Greg B, 220,187 Taylor, lack K. 101a,209 Taylor, Ta ylor, Ta ylor, Ta ylor, Taylor, Taylor, Kim D. 163 Rebecca G. 187 Rod C. 187,105,107 Sandra D. 163 Scott 187 Sue 66,63 Teague, Susie 209 Teeter, Doug 124 Teeter, Russell 124 Terral, Kimberly l. 209 Thames, Terry L. 187 The Booterie, 238 Thetford, D'Nan 187,105 Thomas, Bill C. 113 ROTC 72, 73, 74 Thomas, lim L. 187 Thomas, Mary T. 110 Thomason, KerryL 187 Thomason, Terry R. 187,123 Thompson, Beverly D. 210 Thompson, lerry D. 163,105 72,73,74 Stephens, lennifer 209 Stephens, Ricky 123 Stephens, Steve 209 Stewart. Bobby 33,209 Stewart, Meg 163 Stewart, Pam 218163,124 Stewart. Stewart, Stewart, Robert 26,139,186 Tim 101a,163 Wendy 101a,186 Stinson, Georgia 63 Stobaugh, lim 163 Stobaugh,Iohn163 sc 72, 73, 74, Baseb. 72, 73, 74,- FCA 72, 73, 74 Stockton, Dana 209,107 Stockton, Debbie 85 Story, Glen 124 Stotts, Denise 209 Stovall, Robin 187 Stovall, Yamaha 236,124 Sheri 148,163 Sanger, Francis 185 Saylor, Karen 155,161,125 HERO 74 Scarbrough, Carolyn 185 Schneider, Susan 161,123 Schuch, Robin 101a,207 Schultz, Gina 161,124 Schweitzer, Mark 207 Scioli, Laura 185 Scioli, Marybeth 208 Sciples, Susan 208,1n7,55 Scoggin, Dickey 244 Scott, Barbara 185 Scott, Cheryl 208 Scott Curt 55 Scott, leff 35,-10,175,189 Scott, leri 190 Scott, Lilburn 83 Scott, Michael 101a,185 Scott, Nancy 208 Scott, Ricky 208,44 SCOtt, Terri 161 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Kathy 208 Kevin 186 Kirn 101a,186 Kim 163,122 OEA 74, Tri-Hi-Y73, 7-l Smith, Lee 186 Smith, Lora 86,85,1B6,208 Smith, Mark 208 Smith, Mike 208 Smith, Paul 208 Smith, Smith, Randy 33,208 Rhonda 163 Drama 73. 74, prop tramurals 72, 73, 74 Smith, Rhonda 101a,208 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith, , Sam 186 , Saunya 186 , Scott 208 Shirley 208 Smith, , Stacy 208 Tarn m y 208 Teri 209 Tom 16 3 Tracey 209 head 74: ln- Streetman, Sharilyn187 Stiles, Steve 187 St. Paul's on the Plains 233 Stringer, Debbi 209 Stuart, Susan 163 Stuart, Sandy 101a,187 Stubbs, Barbara 163 Ftbl 72, 73, NHS 74, Choir 72, 73, 74, Mirror 73, 742 FCA 72, 73 Thompson, Mark L. 210 Thompson, Phillip P. 210 Thompson, Sammy L. 210,33 Thomson, David W. 187 Thornell, lohn S. 35,36 Threatt, Floretta M. 198,210,107 Thurman, Mary Lou 82,124 Thurmond, Margaret E, 101a,21O Tidwell, Brent 67,187,44 Tidwell Land Co. 236 Tilson, Terri D. 210 Timian, Denise 163,126 FHA 72, 73, 74,' V. Pres 74, NHS 73, 7 Tinney, Carolyn I. 210 Tinsley, Kim L. 47,210 Tipps, Sherri G. 70,187 Tipton, Billy R. 33,210 Tisdel, Tina R. 46 T.N.M.8.0. 226 Todd, Susan R. 210 Tolley, Tammy L. 101a,210 Tomlinson, Nancy 172,107,188,117 Tom's Tree Place 243 Tong, Ruth A. 163 Mirror 74 Toddie's Togs 238 Toy's by Roy 246 Townsend, Dale 210 Trice, Ricky C. 164 Trice, Ronny L. 188 Trimble, Brad I. 210 Span. club 72: Chem. club 73 Stumbaugh Drug 243 Stumbaugh, Monty 26,175,187,44 Styles, Rose 187 Sulaica, Diana 163 Suter, Becky 163 FHA 72, 73, 74, NHS 73, 74 Suttle, Sheila 187 Swain, Dale 63 Swain, Stewart 209,55 Swanson, Keneal187 Sweetbriar 217 Tribble, Alan L. 188,50 Trumble, Cee-Cee L. 101a,210 Tucker, Bill 61 Tucker, P. Gale 175 Tucker, Nancy L. 188,117 Tucker, Robert C. 210 Turner Ford 221 Turner, Neal 210,221,114 Turner, Turner, Tommy 101a,188 Toni L. 210 OFA 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72,73 Scott, Tina 208 Scurlock, Mark 185,120 Scruggs, Dave 161 Snell Drug 233 Snodgrass, Tricia 163 Snook,lodie163 Snook, Lynette 209 Snowdy, Denise 209 Snyder, Carol 186 Snyder, Diane 209 Solesbee, Mark 26,186,4-1 Sweeten, Daryl 187 Sweeten, Teresa 209,107 Swenson, Bradley 209 Swift, Stephanie 75,101a,209 Swords, Podi 163,124 OEA 74, EYC 72, 73, Campus L 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72, Band 72 T ife 73, Talley, Greg 187 Tanner, Dale R, 209 Tapp, Gary D. 163,122 OEA 74 U Underwood, David D, 164 Choir 72 Unrein, Randy L. 210 Upp, Tim 92 Upton, Baron K. 188 V Vance, james D. 40,210 Vance, lerry D. 113 ROTC 72, 73, 74 Vandiver, Ric B. 211,50 4 two hundred fifty five Van Fleet, Bill L. 764 French Club 74, NHS 73, 74 Van Fleet, Lee A. 217 Vardeman, Pamela L. 764 Intramurals 72, 73, 74, Extramurals 72, 73, 74 Varcly, Richard L. 217 Varsity 244 Varsity Formal Wear 230 Vetsek, Katherine S. 211 Victor, Vicki L. 188 Villa Olds 223 Vinyard, Debra A. 788 Voight, Sandi C, 188 Walker, Deborah A. 188 W Wade, julie A. 211 Wade, Michele 85 Wade, Patricia D. 794,211 Wagon-Griffin Agency 222 Wagoner, Malt 124 Wagoner, Tana L. 271 Wagoner, Shelley A. 764 Wahl, Diane K. 164 Band 72, 73, 74, Stage Band 74 Walker, Arden 91 Walker, Ben L. 164 Wallar, Debbie 123 Walker, loanne L. 271 Walker, Mary Ann 764 Walker, Mike Wayne 271 Walker, Pam l. 271 Wall, leannine E. 211 Waller, David D. 33,211 Waller, Stancy E. 211 Ward, Brian W. 271 Ward, Debbie K. 172 Ward, joe M. 164 Ward, Lynne 164,722 OEA 73, 74,- rn-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74 Ward. Malcolm 217,50,206 Warden, Sandra l. 764 Tennis 72, 73, Intramurals 72, 73 Wardlaw, Holly D. 788 Wareham, Edna 63 Warren, Phyllis 764 NHS 72, 73, 74, Tennis 72, 73, Tri-Hi-Y 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, Span. Club 72, 73 Warren, Sandra C. 211 Warren, Vicki L. 164 Warslaw, Peter I. 101a,108 Band 72, 73, 74,' Drum Major 74, Honors Band 72, 73, 74, All Region Band 72, 73, 74, FIA 73 Warwick, Terry 724 Watch World 243 Waters, Charlie W. 147 Waters, Charles L. 61 Waters, Mark 33,277 Waters, Richard D. 788,105 Waters, Tricia L. 47,211 Watkins, Cindy l. 12 Watkins, Craig 40,211,107 Watkins, Debbie N. 217 Watson Institutional Food lnc. 228 Watson, Billy 228 Watson, Laura j. 188 Watterson, Barbara A. 277 Wayer, Mike E. 211 Wauer, Susan M. 164 Choir 74, Y-Teens 74 Wayte, Landa K. 70,107 W. C. jones Electric 221 Weaver, Linda K. 217 Webb, Diane N. 172 Webb, Ed C. 26 Weber, Glenda Lee 211 Weber, Sherry C. 164 FHA 72, 73, Pres. 72, Speech team 72 Weed, Carol A. 764,724 FHA 72, 73, 74, V-Pres. 72, V-Pres. Sr. Weise, Debbie L. 271 two hundred fifty-six Welch, Denise 164 FHA 72 Welch, Dennis 211 Wesley, Kyle R. 212 West, Brenda K. 212 West, Cary M. 764,35 Basketb. 72, 73, 74, Yearbook 72, 73, Latin Club 72, 73, 74, FCA 72, 73, 74, NHS 72, 73, 74 West, Mandy 764,105 Choir 72, 73, 74, Tri-Hi-Y 72 West, Tom L. 25,-10,795,212 Westbrook, Steve A. 164 Wester, Carol A. 212 Wester, David C. 96 Wester, Fred W, 212 Westlall, Cynthia K. 165,122 OEA 74 Westfall, Rodney H. 35 Whatley, Reagaw701a Whillock, lelf W. 46,212 Whillock, Lindv A. 188 Whipple, Melody K. 788 Whipple, Robert D. 107a,108 Whisenant, Lisa F. 272 Whitaker, lan L. 46,107,189 white, Amy L. 13,19 Cheerleader 72, 74, NHS 74, Girl State Candidate 73, Tri-Hi-Y 72, 73, Homecoming Queen Candidate 74 White, Charles 124 White, Kathy 212,206 White, Ross A. 165,724 DECA 73, 74 White, Steve A. 26,27,5O White, Vickil. 212 Whitely, Aileen 95 Whitney, Martha K. 165 Whitt, Michael 765 Whittington, Susie C. 765 NHS 72, 73, 74,' French Club 72, 73, 74 Whitwood, Holly C. 189 Wideman, Brad 272 Wideman, Brenda K. 789,123 Wiebusch, ludy 77,789 Wild, Donna R. 189 Wiley, Karen 165,105 Wilkinson, Becky 212,107 Wilkinson, Beth A. 86,189 Wilkison, Stan N. 101a,108 Band 72, 73, 74 Wilks, Kirk 50 Willever, lelfL. 165 Williams, Bill C. 165 Span. Club 72 Williams Dave 179,238 Williams, Debbie M. 101a Marching Band 73, 74 Williams, Cyndi L. 79,147 NHS 73, 74,' Stud. Council 72, 73, 74, Sr. Class Sec. 74 Williams, Gary W, 790 Williams, Cwynn E. 790,177 Williams, lames Steven 765 Williams, Karen D. 175,190,129 Williams, Kenneyl. 701a,212 Williams, Kim 213 Williams, Mary E. 165 Williams, Nancy7S. 101a,19O Williams, Rene' 765 Williams, Rhonda L. 90,190 Williams, Richard W. 238 Ftbl, 72, 73, 74 Williams, Sally A. 101a,273 Williams, Shery A. 201,273 Williams, Thomas L. 165 Track 72, 73,' Ftbl. 72 Williamson, Dale R. 165 Wlliamson, Christy A. 21,190 Williamson, Sidney 165,722 OEA 73, 74, Tn-Hi-Y 72, 73, 74, Tfea. Williford, Vicki N. 190 Willingham, Robert W. 166 Willis, Randy l. 213,107 Willis, Rebecca I. 69,83,713,213 Willson, Randy R. 101a Wilson, Arlene M. 190 Wilson, Brenda L. 107a,273,107 Wilson, CarolA. 790,124 Wilson, Charles 98 Wilson, Chuck R. 83,112,213 Wilson, Debra L. 166 Wilson, Gus 89,720 Wilson, jackie G, 190,124 Wilson, Kathyl. 273 Wilson, Nancy L. 213 Wilson, Rodney W. 766 Wisdom, Dennis R. 166,124 Winchell, Roger A. 790 Wingo, Lora 1. 213 Wolf, Creg 55 Wood, Elizabeth 190 Wood, Tina S. 166 Mirror 73, 74 Woods, Veta R. 766 Drama 72, 73, 74, Campus Life, Thes- plans 72, 73, 74, Treasurer 74, NHS 72, 73, 74 Woods, Vickie K. 190 Wooldridge, lack F. 239 Workman, Donna L. 166,122 Wossum, Gary W. 101a,108,190 Wright, Chris D. 16 Wright, Darlene B. 166 Wright, Robert Q. 166 ROTC 72, 73 Wright, Sharon I. 213 Wyatt, Kim L. 186,190 Wylie, Dennis R. 790 Wylie, lerry 166,124 DECA 74 Wylie, Scot L. Band 72, 73, 74 Wynn, Lisa A. 213,118 Y Yandell, Kay 47,213 Soph Vice President Yarbrough, Paul 190 Yates, Darla 166 Yeargain, Bryan 273 Yett, ludy 95 Young, Danny 213,44 Young, Davis 273,214 Young, Demetri 766,123 TAHOS 74 Young, Kayla 166 Young, Kim 166 Young, Shannon 12,192,273 Young, Tina 766 Band 72, 73, 74 Z Zablotny, Louise 87 Zavala, Pete 123 Zinn, Sandi 766,23 Thespian 73.74, hist. 74, NHS 73, 74 Zinn, Stephen 101a,190,119 Zorns, Henry 62,155 Zorns, Laura 107,190 Zouzalik, Karen 190 Zouzalik, Vickie 213 Zurinski, Melanie 166 f f? ' 533 Www xM x 5 5 MQW 1 qmbvksjg' V. V-mmm Q3 , 1 - .Y" 5 X l . 5, ' Y 9 . ff fomf 2'WW5X Wu , A'.. i .sux -X 4 , , g Sing- M ,HAI fwf +O , QW L NW if 1 W v3Qff,5 VYi?QxXkf xo 1 r A QSM . xg ' 5 Q+kQ gXOw ww, T' xwiMX lix i H bam? ff my gkmmji 42il,a:R Q., , f ' i Wh 41 SVN, 'K The last curtain has fallen on this year's performance . . . the last bow has been taken, the applause has finally died out ... X ,..,--:- 'ww-Q Q . 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