Mount Ida High School - Lion Yearbook (Mount Ida, AR)
- Class of 1978
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Communications are vital to smooth
functioning of any organization, from the
family unit to the federal government.
Where there is a communications gap, friction and dis-
harmony follow. All lines are open among the various
groups at Mount Ida Schools, and we invite you to "dial"
the section of your choice and share the fun and accom-
plishments of school year 1977-78 at Mount Ida, Arkansas.
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Representing a new type of communication for
us, foreign students Carlos Herrera and Maricio
Reyes Cat rightl came from Guatemala and
Nicaragua, where our senior Gregg Featherston
tbelowl spent three summer months as an exchange
Opening school in warm weather invites
combining study with enjoyment of nature,
evidenced by Cheryl Speerg Rita Booth, and Wanda
Beavers Cbottom rightl.
Bulletin boards can aid in teaching that elusive goal of character development.
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At right, our neighbor school, Caddo Hills, sent Jeanine Price, 1977-78 Miss Montgomery County, to entertain us
with her talent number, "Five Foot Two."
What does a playful push communicate? Friendship? High Spirits? Fun?
Sometimes we seek our own kind for particular forms of
sharing, such as the smokers crowd near the new agri building
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frolicsome spirit of Hat Day, when assisted by
The era of the pocket computer - how it aids statistical communication!
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Rapport between community and school is strengthened
by many activities, two prominent ones being the annual fall
parade and the seasonal sports contests. The street scene below
shows the newly uniformed band Cjoint school and community
projectb leading the parade down Mount ldais main street.
Bottom pictures below, left and right, show the gym is a
popular place when basketball games begin. The hard work to
produce a winning team starts early and causes a line-up at the
water fountain when practice ends.
Concession stand worker, Walter Standridge Qabove rightj
stays busy during half-times.
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Keeping pace with the changed sexual roles in society, the
school now includes girls in the vocational agriculture courses
ftop left picture, surveyingb and boys in the home economics
courses Cleft middle picture, cookingj.
New landscaping, above right, alters the ravine between
elementary and high school. Gone are the large cedars and
eroded banks, replaced by concrete Water drains and heavy
Frequent use of the library keeps us in communication
with the wisdom of the past as well as the present.
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Butterflies Are Free
On the night of May 6, 1977, the old gym was
transformed into a garden setting complete with butterflies,
daisies. a bubbling fountain, and a profusion of flowers.
This was a special treat prepared by the juniors, sponsored
by Mrs. Cox and Mr. Short, to honor the departing senior
The evening began with a banquet in the cafeteria,
catered by -lody's of Nashville, featuring chicken-fried
steak, smoked chicken, and all the trimmings. Reading of
the senior Wills and Prophecies followed.
Later, back in the gym, juniors and seniors "grooved'l
to the sound of a live band, Nothin' Doin', a four-man
group from Benton.
Working diligently juniors get the old gym ready for the big night
Tim, Renee, Mary, and Gregg await the start of the banquet. Mr. Short, one of the sponsors, lends a hand.
"All of the fun was not found on the dance floor, as Wanda,
Kim, Patsy, and Floyd demonstrate'
Lora and Mark read the senior The dance floor was a busy place.
Parade Features Royalty
The MIHS Student Council prepared the school
float bearing the caption 'fEducation - Total
lnvolvementl' for the annual Fair Day parade. Riding
the float are the fair maids, chosen from grades nine
through twelve, and the MIHS Queen, Christy Stanley.
In keeping with the total involvement caption, boys
representing the sports program the band also rode the
school float this year.
Our school's entrants took high honors in the Miss
Montgomery County Pageant conducted during Fair
Week. Representing MIHS in this event were Christy
Stanley, Debbie Kitchens, Kay Kitchens, Phyllis Young,
Gina Mayberry, and Sherry Rollins. The first four
named above placed in the top five finalists, with Kay
Kitchens receiving the First Runner-up award and
Debbie Kitchens receiving the Second Runner-up
award. Kay also won Miss Congeniality.
Christy Stanley, Miss MIHS
Laverne Black, Senior Maid
1 Sherry Smith, Junior Maid Davelyn Felkel, Sophomore Maid Christi Taylor, Freshman Maid
This parade scene captures the historic court house and the crowd enjoying the parade.
Phyllis Young, Beta Club Queen Kay Kitchens, FFA Sweetheart Brenda Lappin, Library Club Queen
Sherry Rollins, R 8z R Jean Shop Gina Mayberry, Allen Insurance Agency Debbie Kitchens, Band Queen
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Above, cast includes Mark Whisenhunt, Matt Duffy, Dena Kostelnik, Coy Rollins, Kay
Kitchens, Miss Linda Green, Sponsor, Penny Allen, Clark Davis, Kate Donlon, Mark Blocker,
Barbara Scott. fNot pictured, Mr. Bob Sivils, co-sponsor.J
Above, Ma Brannigan fKate Donlonl and Dick exhibit their skill at 'tplaying
hillbilly." Below, Betty Brannigan fDena Kostelnikb dons an old dress and
pretends to be the timid child-fiancee of old man Cyrus Scudder lCoy Rollinsl.
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The Junior Play concerned a girl named Kaye
Brannigan 1Penny Allenl who returns home from
college to announce her engagement to a rich,
society fellow, Kingston Campbell fClark Davisl,
whom she has met at school. Her family is both
surprised and disappointed since they had hoped
she would marry her local sweetheart, Jeff Scudder
When Kaye's family learn that the Campbells
are coming for a visit, they decide to put on a
"hillbilly" act to frighten them away.
The play was highly entertaining, and the
Juniors did a fine job acting their parts.
Eating worms was one of the "idiot" characteristics assumed
by Dick Brannigan fMark Blocker! to repulse the Campbells.
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Penny Allen and Phillip Whisenhunt
Gregg Featherston and Kay Kitchens
The Who's Who contest in Mount Ida High
School is a spirited competition. The students
pictured on this and the next two pages are juniors
and seniors selected hy their fellow students. To be
elected to one of these categories is quite an honor,
and the students are usually well-deserving of their
Sherry Rollins and Tim Bair
Karen Phillips and Mike Scurlock
BEST DRESSED WITTIEST
Brent Standridge and Phyllis Young Sherry Rollins and Mike May
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Grezz F eatherston and Penny Allen
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Phyllis Young and Mark Vangilder
The Winners and runners-up for Most Beautiful and Most
Handsome were chosen by Beth Ward and Tom Bonner, television
personalities from KARK-TV Channel 4, Little Rock, Arkansas.
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"Fond Memories Never Die," the theme of homecoming, and the
silhouettes provide background for the royalty, Joyce Gray, Queeng
Homecoming Queen, Joyce Gray. Escorts, Roy Hocker and Phillip
Mary Boyd, Senior Maidg Kay Kitchens, Junior Maidg Davelyn Felkel,
Sophomore Maidg and Christi Taylor, Freshman Maid.
Crowning the queen is the highlight of the ceremony,
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DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS1 WI-IO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN l-IIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Kim White, Debbie Kitchens, Laverne Black, Renee Davidson,
Renee Davidson, Becky Griffithg BACK ROVV: Floyd Worden, Brent
John Stewartg BACK ROW: Floyd Worden, Gregg Featherston, Standridge, Gregg Featherston, Shane Goodner.
Phillip Whisenhunt, Tim Bair, Brent Standridge.
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BOYS' and GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES: phillip Whisenhumy MIHS Pageant were Rusty Whisenhunt, Ken Warneke, Jeff Wilson,
Joyce Gray, Renee Davidson, Brent Standridge. and Rflbeft Black-
't bl s ionsored ry the cheerleaders the Ms
Winning the pageant were Tad Kesterson and Penny Allen.
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MIHS Pageant features Sr, Boys' Basketball members vying for iljernghlleillllacingnfittbsfiuues shine Goijdnerlwade . ,
h ubeauws title eqwrted by Sr. Girls, Basketball members D t y, . C0 I lmmons, si sweet y awaiting the judges
t e ' decision. Behind them are their escorts, Christy Stanley, Brenda
dressed as vboys. LEFT: "Beauties" Tad Kesterson, Brent
Standridge, and Benny Weston pose demurely in front of
escorts Penny Allen, Lisa Bates, and Sherry Rollins. MIDDLE:
Lappin, and Gina Whittington.
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The Mount Ida girls' softball team
ended the season with a satisfactory record
of six wins and eight losses, under the
coaching assistance of Dawn Hanavan and
not pictured, Rick Simmons and King Relic
Next year they should have more experience
and produce a better season
The American Legion Baseball Team of
Montgomery County contained five
members from Mount Ida. Pictured below,
they are Roy Hocker, Rick Simmons, King
Relic, Mark Blocker, and Clark Davis. The
team is made up of members from all areas
of Montgomery County, coached by Mr.
Chuck LaGrange. This first-year team had a
fairly good year, but due to inexperience it
was not a winning season.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Annette Snow, Eileen Weston, Penny Allen,
STANDING: Echo Relic, May Guinn, Rita Booth, Nancy Robbins, Barbara Black, Tammy
Beggs, Judy Davis, Cheryl Lee, and Coach Dawn Hanavan. Not pictured are Wanda Snow,
Laverne Black, and Barbara Scott,
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Winner of District 4B, first-place discus thrower David
Minton also finished third in overaall Class B State
SENIOR HIGH TRACK TEAM: Phillip Whisenhunt, John Stewart, Tommy Fortier,
Roy Hocker. SECOND ROW: Troy Caudle, Lenny Fryar, David Minton, King Relic,
Mike Mayberry. THIRD ROW: Clark Davis, Mike May, Mark Blocker, Wade
Abernathy, and Manager, Bo Tabor.
Track Teams Compete
Thanks to the assistance of their coach, Preston
Stidman, the junior and senior boys' track teams each
finished second in the overall Class 4B district track
This was the first year for Mount Ida senior high to
have a girls' track team. Even so, they finished fifth in
the overall District 4B track meet.
SENIOR HIGH GIRLS, TRACK TEAM: Renee Davidson, Penny Allen, ,L A - MJT., ,. a
Phyllis Young, Sherry Rollins, and Assistant Coach Bo Tabor.
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JUNIOR BOYS' TRACK TEAM: SITTING: Darryl Bostow, Bart Williams, - "' ,i,5'Lj- F V , If if 'mf' Ag " ,
Bill Jackson, Chuck Brown, Johyyn Edwards. KNEELING: Eddie Bostow, M g".j
David Harder, Michael Lybrand, David Lappin, Bo Tabor, Terry Ford,
Matthew Black. STANDING: Gary Smith, David Fikes, Chester Bryant,
Nathan Davis, Terrell Wharton, Jeff Wilson, Terry Hutchison, John Kelloms,
James Robbins, Rusty Whisenhunt, and Kevin Wilson.
Lenny Fryar is one of the members of the relay team and the
All-District long jumper for Mount Ida.
FRONT ROW: David Fikes, Jimmy Adams, James Robins, Mike
Lee, Jeff Price, Tim Majors, Rusty Whisenhunt, Bill Stroope, John
Kelloms, Jeff Wilson, Greg Wilburn, Nathan Davis, James
Scrimshire, SECOND ROW: Coach Preston Stidman, David Helms
Bruce Gray, David Lappin, Mike Mendenhall, Chris Elder, Alan
Norris, Roger Baker, Eddie Clenney, Perry Majors, Managers,
1977 Junior Lions
The 1977 season was a failure in certain
Ways and a success in others. We had a
team that started a lot of players who had
never before played on a junior varsity
football team. The team was slowed down
by a few injuries and a lot of soreness.
The junior Lions had great support at
all the games by their loyal fans.
Junior captains shown at right are
Rusty Whisenhunt, Terry Hutchison, James as
Robins, with their coach, Preston Stidman.
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Maurice Carr and David Harder, Tim Hutchison. THIRD ROW:
Rodney Standridge, Brian Clay, Joey Jones, Garry Ford, Freddie
Casey, Donnie Stovall, Keith Edmonds, Paul Cox, Mike Counds,
Will Featherston, Dennis LaGrange, and Assistant Coach, Gary
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Starting Line-up: Tim Majors, Greg Wilburn, Bill Stroope, Michael Wilson, Terry Hutchison, John Kelloms, James Robins, and Rusty
Lee, Jimmy Adams, Jeff Price, Chris Elder, Alan Norris, Jeff Whisenhunt.
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FRONT ROW: Coach Preston Stidman, Timmy Tabor, Mike
Mayberry, Mark Vangilder, Johnny Barber, Mark Davis, Phillip
Whisenhunt, Roy Hocker, Greg Stovall, Lenny Fryar, Tim Bair, Bo
Tabor, manager Matthew Black. SECOND ROW: Bill Jackson,
Benny Weston, Scott Simmons, Rich Wiederspan, David Douthit,
Mike May, Andy Harder, Pat Campbell, Alan Griffith, Clark Davis,
Captains fabovej are Lenny Fryar, Mark Davis, Phillip Whisenhunt,
and Roy Hocker. Starting line-up Cbelowj features Scott Simmons,
Greg Stovall, Roy Hocker, Tim Bair, Alan Griffith, Pat Campbell,
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THIRD ROW: Bart Williams, Johnny Edwards, Chester Bryant,
Darryl Bostow, Kevin Wilson, Phillip Standridge, Mark Walker,
Mark Graves, Terry Ford, Jimmy Abernathy, Chuck Brown, and
1977 Senior Lions
The senior Lions finished the season with a record
of five wins and four losses, second in our conference
under our rival Mt. Pine, who made it to the
semi-finals of the state playoffs, showing that we did
well in a tough conference.
The Lions' powerful running attack was fronted by
the quarterbacks Mark Davis and Kevin Wilson,
fullback Phillip Whisenhunt, and halfbacks Lenny
Fryar and Benny Weston. The quarterbacks' favorite
targets were tight-end John Steward and split-end Scott
Simmons. Five talented Lions made All-District Csee
Fan support was excellent, and games such as
Mount Ida's thrilling 10-7 overtime victory over Magnet
Cove provided an extra bonus of excitement.
The players as well as Coach Stidman and the
assistant defensive coach, Donald Phillips, put forth full
effort to please their fans.
Clark Davis, BACKFIELD: Benny Weston, Mark Davis, Phillip
Whisenhunt, and Lenny Fryar.
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The clear touchdown signal
communicates the same information to
both sides, but notice the difference in
response triggered by it - utter dejection
by Lion 35, David Douthis, but
jubilation by Magnet Cove Panthers on
the left. However, the emotions were
switched by the end of the game, won in
overtime by the Lions 10 to T,
evidenced by the scoreboard below.
BOTTOM LEFT, pictured receiving a little help
from "upstairs" is Coach Stidman, with volunteer
assistant Don Phillips instructing a player.
BOTTOM RIGHT, football players show promise at
the first football pep rally.
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CHEERLEADERS: Dena Kostelnik, Vivian Fryar, Kate Donlon, Phyllis Young, Laverne Blackg AT TOP, Cheryl Hanavan.
Pictured helping the cheerleaders out during a pep rally are Showing great enthusiasm, Dena, along with other cheerleaders
football players Phillip Whisenhunt and Lenny Fryar. entertains the fans with a dance to L'Rubberband Man."
Raising the score by two points, Christy Stanley puts one in.
The basketball court provides rich
opportunity for communication of ideas and
feelings. Between coaches, teammates, and
opponents, character and talent are displayed,
recognized, honored, or rejected. A glance, a
movement, a sound convey worlds of meaning.
ABOVE: Letting one go, Tad Kesterson helps Mount Ida roll
TOP LEFT: Despite his host of opponents, Wade Abernathy
breaks through for another basket.
BOTTOM LEFT: Brent Standridge's overall form
communicates his determination to Win.
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SENIOR GIRLS' BASKETBALL - Renee Davidson,ChristyStanley, Lappiny Annette Snow, Penny Allen, Gina Whittington Wanda
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Junior Girls' Basketball
Junior Girls' Varsity Team, SITTING: Sherry Gaston, Rita Booth, May, Becky Lambert, Coach Cunningham, May Guinn, Tammy
Echo Relic, Terry Edwards, Sherry Bates, Deanna .Gravesz Davidson, Kathy Battle, Lejta McKay, Tammy Beggsl
STANDING: Christi Taylor, Suzanne Simpson, Roberta White, Shari
Starting Line-up, KNEELING: Sherry Bates, Suzanne Simpson,
Tammy Beggs, STANDING: Becky Lambert, May Guinn,
Roberta White, Tammy Davidson.
Girls' Seventh Grade Team, KNEELING: Wendi Wheeler,
Patty Felkel, Carolyn Robins,.Cheryl Lee. STANDING: Marlene Scurlock, Cheryl McKay, Sherry Adams.
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Justus, Stacy Elder, Raynee Blackburn, Wanda Fernandez,
Junior Boys' Basketball
Junior Boys, Varsity Team: KNEELING: Kipp Kesterson, Bobby Wilson, James Smith, Ken Warneke, Coach Foshee, Chris Elder,
Strothers, Dell Kirstad, Robert Black, Mike Counds. STANDING: Alan Norris, Luther Snow, Jeff Price, Bill Stroope, Michail
Manager Maurice Carr, Tim Majors, Rusty Whisenhunt, Jeff Lybrand, Manager Bryan Whisenhunt.
Seventh Grade Team: KNEELING: Perry Majors,
Brian Clay, Mark Whisenhunt, Quinn Taylor.
STANDING: Manager Maurice Carr, Jeff Morton,
Jimmy Jones, Kipp Kesterson, Donnie Stovall,
Starting I ine up: KNEFLING K W h k
QT I - .J - en -ar ehe, Rusty Whisenhunt.
ANDING. Perry Majors, Alan Norris, Jeff Wilson.
Coach Foshee, Keith Edmonds, Mike Counds, Joey
Jones, Rodney Standridge, Manager Bryan
ALL-DIS'I'RIC'I' '77 FORWARD
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The Band is made up of students
who are Willing to devote many hours of
hard Work and dedication in order for Mt.
Ida High School to have a successful
Concert and Marching Band.
TOI' RIGHT: The Band performs its annual
Christmas Concert, which is enjoyed hy everyone.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Band Ot't'if'ers: Wanda Snow,
Iihrariang Kay Kitchens. Secretary and Treasurerg
Dehhie Kitchens, Librariang Rhonda Kitchens.
President: Roy I-locker, Student Council
Representativeg Phillip Whisenhunt, Vice-Presidentg
Floyd Worden, Beginning Band Assistantg Gregg
Featherston, Drum Major.
BELOW: The 1977-T8 Marching Band is lead by
Drum Major Gregg Featherston and Majorettes
Suzanne Simpson and Christi Taylor.
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and compliment their director by winning
positions in All-Region Bands in large
numbers. AT TOP LEFT, Fifteen
members made Senior High All-Region
Bands: Annette Snow. Cheryl Speer.
Karen Phillips, SECOND ROW: Rhonda
Kitchens. Kay Kitchens, Clark Davis.
Wanda Snow. THIRD ROW: Bill Jackson,
Gregg Featherston, Roy Hocker. Sam
Beggs. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Lybrand,
Floyd Worden, Phillip Whisenhunt,
MIDDLE LEFT: Fifteen students made -lunior High
All-Region Bands: Christi Taylor. Tammy Beggs.
Walter Standridge. Michael Lee, Alan Norris, Terry
Beavers. SECOND ROW: May Guinn, Lisa Hocker,
Cheryl McKay, Karen Simpson, Carla Wharton, and
tnot picturedl Laurie Standridge. THIRD ROW:
Luther Snow, Maurice Carr, Keith Edmonds, Quinn
BOTTOM LEFT: Clark Davis gets tuned up before
the annual Christmas concert.
BOTTOM RIGHT: The band Christmas tree is
decorated with everything that pertains to the band.
BELOW: Our 1977-T8 Marching Band leads the way
during the annual fair parade.
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I The Library Club is composed of
assistant library workers who are willing
to devote their regular study hall period
to work in the library. Their duties
consist of checking books in and out,
shelving the books properly, taking care of
fines, and helping students to find
materials. Sponsor of the club is Mrs.
Lybrand, the school librarian.
At right, Mrs. Lybrand shows Mark
Whisenhunt how to use the card catalog.
Library Club Officers: Mike Lybrand, Student Council Representativeg porterg Brookie Scurlock, Secretaryg Mary Boyd, Vice-Presidentg Joyce
Regina Whittington, Student Council alternateg Laverne Black, Re- Gray, Presidentg Mrs. Glenna Lybrand, Sponsor.
The Library Club fair exhibit states "Jump on Board the Dewey Sherry Adams is doing one of her jobs as library assistant - checking
Decimal Express? out books.
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Library Club Members: Seated: Laverne Black, Regina Wittington, Donna Wheeler, Sponsor Mrs. Lybrand, Michael Lybrand, Bobby
Jaree Reed, Kimberly White. Standing: Roger Dale Baker, Brookie Strothers, Stacy Elder, Mark Whisenhunt, Sherry Adams, and Echo
Scurlock, Brenda Lappin, Joyce Gray, Mary Boyd, Ricky Bostow, Relic.
That's Me! That's You!
Everyone is a homemaker and needs the skills
of successfully managing his or her life. This
fact is shown in the new composition of the
club to include boys.
To become successful leaders in tomorrow's
society, we as young people need to become
involved and concerned today. As members of
Future Homemakers we have the chance to test
our abilities, set our own goals, practice
decision-making, chart our own
course .... experience leadership.
At right, Penny Allen who is President of our
local chapter of FHA and President of
Federation XIX, is presiding over the FHA
FHA Officers: Seated: Treasurer, Gina Mayberry: Secretary, Sherrie
Rollinsg President, Penny Allen, First Vice-President, Lora McKay:
FHA Beau, Mark Vanguilder. Standing: Historian, Evelyn Boyd:
Second Vice-President, Vivian Fryar, Student Council Representative,
Christy Stanley: FHA Sponsor, Mrs. Betty Prince, Third
Vice-President, Debbie Robbins: CNot pictured: Reporter, Karen
NINTH AND TENTH GRADE FHA MEMBERS: FRONT ROW:
Tammy Gilstrap, Regina Anderson, Donna Ziegler, Karen Holley, Rosa
Anderson, Suzanne Simpson, Sherry Bates, Sherry Gaston, Carla
Wharton, Renee Short, Kathy Battle. SECOND ROW: Lisa Hocker,
Connie Wiederspan, Pandy Fernandez, Ellen Romero, Christy Taylor,
Brenda Finney, Sandy Goodman, Deane Godwin, Martha Rowland,
Tammy Davidson, Lisa LaPanne, Carrie Robbins, Maxine Scott, Shari
May, Becky Lambert. THIRD ROW: Cindy Sanders, Cheryl Speer,
Julie Harrison, Yvonne Wiley, Angie Vines, Donna Wheeler, Lisa Bates,
Brookie Scurlock, Judy Davis, FOURTH ROW: Wanda Beavers, Jaree
Reed, Kimberly Burrow, Annette Snow, Davelyn Felkel, Rhonda
Kitchens, Brenda Lybrand, Regina Whittington.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR FHA MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Christy
Stanley, Penny Allen, Lora McKay, Mark Vangilder, Sherry Rollins,
Vivian Fryar, Gina Mayberry, Debbie Robbins, Evelyn Boyd. SECOND
ROW: Barbara Scott, Phyllis Young, Dena Kostelnik, Brenda Scott,
Kate Donlon, Glenda Carr, Mary Ann Dillard, Sherrie Smith, Dewanna
Dillard, Rhonda McKinney, Tracy Goin, Kathy Holley, Alice Jolly,
Becky Romero, Kay Kitchens. THIRD ROW: Renee Davidson, Sponsor
Mrs. Betty Prince, Kim White, Shane Goodner, Wanda Snow, Linda
Holley, Tina Fortier, Mike Mayberry, Becky Griffith, Mary Boyd,
FOURTH ROW: Joyce Gray, Brenda Lappin, Debbie Black, Tim Bair,
Cheryl Hanavan, Gregg Featherston, Debbie Kitchens, Lenny Fryar,
Velda Noles, Laverne Black.
FFA is a state organization made up of
boys and girls who study vocational
agriculture in order to prepare for careers
and to become responsible citizens and
leaders in their communities. Members gain
practical experience through FFA activities
while they study school courses in
agriculture. Several girls are now joining
FFA each year.
The United States Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare sponsors
the FFA Nationally.
FFA officers pictured at right are: Kay
Kitchens, Sweetheart, Mr. Billy Watkins,
Sponsor, Phillip Whisenhunt, Presidentg
Mark Vangilder, Secretaryg Tim Bair,
Vice-President, Leslie Harper, Sentinelg Pat
Campbell, Treasurer, Brent Standridge,
Junior Advisor, and Shane Goodner,
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The FHA and FFA Constructed a booth at the County fair which Studying gun safety under Mr. Watkins' skillful demonstration are
told how to be a f'Food Budget Chopper." Blu Stmope and Terry Beavers'
Ninth and Tenth FFA Members: FRONT ROW: Ricky Miner, Johnny
Gwinn, Bennie Milam, Nathan Davis, Charlie Hatton, Robert Black,
Rusty Whisenhunt, Eddie Boadway, James Schrimshire, Bryan
Whisenhunt, Bobby Strothers, Lewie Bryant, Mark Mathis, Michael Lee,
Alfred Kinsey. SECOND ROW: Bobby Yett, David Jones, Bill Stroope,
Terry Hutchinson, David Fikes, Jimmy Adams, Donnie James, Bobby
Jones, James Smith, Jeff Wilson, John Kelloms, Ken Warneke, James
Robbins, Jr., Greg Wilburn, Alvin Lambert, Terry Beavers, Parris Relic,
David Harder, Jeff Price. THIRD ROW: Steve Gaston, Leithon
Milholen, Terrell Wharton, Joseph Rowland, Leasel Bryant, Ricky
Stanfill, Tim Majors, Bill Jackson, Phillip Standridge, Danny Minton,
Bart Williams, Mark Walker, Charles Brown, Lloyd Tubbs, Johnny
Edwards, John Kinsey. FOURTH ROW: David Boadway, Mark Graves,
Mike Minton, Benjamin Rowland, John Irons, Kevin VVilson, Chester
Bryant, Matthew Black, Terry Ford, James Abernathy, Daryl Bostow, Bo
Eleventh and Twelfth: FRONT ROW: Brent Standridge, Tim Bair,
Shane Goodner, Kay Kitchens, Phillip Whisenhunt, Leslie Harper, Mark
Vangilder, Pat Campbell. SECOND ROW: Clark Davis, Scott Simmons,
Mark Whisenhunt, Mike Scurlock, Benny Weston, Andy Harder, Alan
Griffith, Wade Abernathy, Tim Sekevac, Tim Gaston, Merle McGrew,
Mike May, Mark Blocker, Matthew Duffy. THIRD ROW: James
Robbins, Coy Rollins, Brad Collier, Greg Davis, Tad Kesterson, Robert
James, David Schrimshire, Danny Gee, Terry Bair, Kyle Abbott, David
Douthit, Bill Schrimshire, Steve Clay. FOURTH ROW: Richard Carter,
Tommy Walden, Sammy Beggs, Mike Mayberry, Lenny Fryar, Lora
McKay, Mark Davis, Sherry Rollins, Floyd Worden, Roy Hocker, Brenda
Lappin, Timmy Tabor, Johnny Barber, Marvin Forthman, Greg Stovall.
FFA-FHA Barbecue Is Big Spring Event
Arriving at 6:30 in the morning, Leithon Milholen, Barry Craw, Terral
Wharton, and Tim Gaston attend the fire that will create the glowing
Student enjoyment of the barbecue is evidenced by Renee, Benny,
Kevin, and Mike.
Billowing smoke and heaps of
hickory wood show the early stages of
preparation for the annual spring
barbecue to honor the club members'
Work for the barbecue actually
starts weeks in advance, when all the
FFA boys and Mr. Watkins cut the
wood to allow time for proper drying.
Mrs. Prince and her Home Ec classes
spend several periods preparing the
barbecue sauce, salad, beans, and
Parents show their interest Cand
perhaps appetitel by appearing in
large numbers to enjoy the feast. This
type of communication between
community and school is a pleasure to
coal bed to cook the chicken later in the day.
LION'S ROAR STAFF: SEATED: Laverne Black, High School
Editorg Kim White, Editor-in-Chiefg Ms. Mullens, Sponsor,
STANDING: Cheryl Hanavan, Senior Spotlight, Debbie Black,
Business Manager, Wanda Snow, Feature Editorg Tina Fortier,
Exchange Editorg Kate Donlon, Elementary Editor, Linda Holley,
Organizations Editor, Velda INolesl Duncan, Photographerg Joyce
Gray, Sports Editorg Marvin Forthman, Teacher Spotlightg Floyd
Worden, Art Editor.
Ms. Mullens shows Debbie Black and Marvin Forthman the
proper technique of pasting the layout.
Published each six weeks by the students in Typing
II, the school paper contains club and class news and
feature items such as Senior Spotlights, Teacher
Spotlights, and gossip.
This year the LION'S ROAR has added adverti-
sements to the school paper. These advertisements are
made possible by the local businesses, who are helping
support the LION'S ROAR.
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Student Council is an organiza-
tion of work and fun Whose objective tfigiiir , , .
is to help students express their
opinions and ideas about their school ,
Its major project for the year was
installing a stereo system in the school
cafeteria. Other projects are preparing
a float for the fair parade, decorating
for the homecoming festivities, and
financing delegates to Boys State and
Membership consists of elected
class representatives and presidents of
all clubs and classes.
The picture at the right shows the
fair exhibit, which tells how to HB. A.
Student Council Members: FRONT ROW: Vivian Fryar, Laverne Marlene Scurlock. THIRD ROW: Ricky Bostow, Keith Edmonds,
Black, Penny Allen, Shari May, Becky Lambert, Christi Taylor, Lisa Kevin Wilson, Ken Warneke, Bill Stroope, Michael Scurlock, Gregg
Bates, Laurie Standridge. SECOND ROW: Ms. Mullens, Sponsorg Featherston. FOURTH ROW: Phillip Whisenhunt, Timmy Bair,
Phyllis Young, Christy Stanley, Kimberly Burrow, Rhonda Kitchens, Brent Standridge, Roy Hooker.
Michael Lybrand, David Kinsey, Joey Jones, Will Featherston,
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and Timmy Tabor, Treasurer.
Above middle: Christi Taylor and Leslie Harper enjoy
a dance at the Student Council Soc Hop. BOTTOM:
Johnny Edwards, Gregg Featherston, and Penny Allen
were winners at the spring Soc Hop.
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Our school float, entitled "Education - Total Involvement," won first place in
the fair parade. In addition to the queen and her maids, the float featured
members of football, basketball, track, band, and a prospective graduate. The
boys pictured are Wade Abernathy, Mark Davis, Tim Bair, Kevin Wilson, and
Organized in 1940, with twenty charter
members, the Mount Ida Beta Club has
endeavored to encourage scholarship,
character, and leadership ever since. Current
membership twhich is open to sophomores,
juniors, and seniors who meet the requir-
ementsl is thirty-eight, twenty-eight percent
of the total three grades enrollment.
The main social activities of the club are
the spring and fall parties tdepicted in candid
shots on these two pagesb and the State
Convention in Little Rock each January.
Various service projects have been
performed each year, the most recent being a
clock installed in the school cafeteria.
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Beta Club Members: FRONT ROW: Lloyd Tubbs, Becky Griffith Featherston Marvin Forthman Brent Stanclrldge Wade Abernathy
Evelyn Boyd, Debbie Robbins, Dena Kostelnik, Gina Mayberry Kay Phillip Whisenhunt Timmy Bair Floyd Worden Shane Goodner
Kitchens, Phyllis Young, Cheryl Speer. SECOND ROW: Michael Mark Blocker Not pictured Jon Irons Mark Davis Pat Campbell
Scurlock, Annette Snow, Rhonda Kitchens, Kimberly White, Penny Karen Phillips Scott Simmons Benny Weston Matt Black Charles
Allen, Renee Davidson, Lora McKay, Cindy Sanders, Kimberly Brown and Phillip Standridge
Burrow, Wanda Beavers. THIRD ROW: Leslie Harper, Gregg
Beta Club Officers: Brent Standridge, Presidentg Benny Weston, Pat Campbell, Reporter, Floyd Worden, Historian, Mrs. Phillips,
Vice-President, Karen Phillips, Secretaryg Phyllis Young, Treasurer, Sponsor.
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Fun And Food
The spring picnic fpicture at leftl featured
beans, pies, cakes, and bread!
Many means other than spoken Words can be used
for communication. Though there is a slight language
barrier between our foreign exchange student, Carlos
Herrera, and the student body, it did not prevent
friendship and fun, as shown by the picture above
where Betas are enjoying a game of snake at the fall
Kentucky Fried Chicken 'plus homemade potato salad,
Typing is just one element of the dedication
work that is required to produce a good annual.
ln an effort to make the work easier and to
insure a quality product, the staff has two levels
of organization, a senior staff primarily
responsible for the current year's publication
and a junior staff learning the procedure as they
assist the seniors.
This year's staff has worked under the
handicap of having no senior editor-in-chief and
the mid-year loss of the senior elementary
editor. Junior elementary editor, Dena Kostelnik,
has filled the elementary position willingly and
well, assisted by Evelyn Bond.
AT RIGHT: Typist Floyd Worden follows the directions of
classes editor Kim White.
SENIOR ANNUAL STAFF2 Flffyfl Wfffden, TYI?iStQ Debbie Laverne Black, Typistg Sherry Rollins, Athletics Editorg Dena
Kllfhcns- Phffulgfaphefl Klm While- Cl3SS9S Edltflfl JOYCE Gray, Kostelnik, Elementary Editorg Becky Griffith, Activities Editor
Organizations Editorg Mrs Phillips, Sponsor. SECOND HOW: Vvanda Sngjwy Typist.
-lllNlOR ASSlS'l'AN'l' STAFF: Gina Mtiylmerry. Athletics: Penny
Allen, Editor-in-f'hiet'g Phyllis Young. Activitiesg BACK HOW:
Clark llzivis. Photographer: liiiy Kitchens. Orgmiizzitiomg Dena
Kostelnik, lClcinentur5': Debbie Robbins. Classes.
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Laverne Black works diligently to meet za deadline. Stall' photographer, Debbie Kitchens. copes with all kinds ot'
camera problems lsuch as broken cord to strobe unit. jammed
trigger release, and failure to advance lilml and still comes out
successful with all picture orders filled on time.
The Senior High tl-lee Cluh is a
voluntary organization ot' students
who devote their PE. periods and
sometimes Home Rooms to
develop their vocal talents.
The club has added something
new this year, a system made up
ot' a Gtltl-point value for each six
weeks. The point value can
average out more or less,
depending on the attitude ol' the
student. The Jerson earninff the
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most, points at the end ot' the year
will receive an award.
The picture at right shows the
officers: Karen Phillips, Reporterg
Dewanna Dillard, President,
Sherry Smith, Secretary-Treasurer,
Kathy Holley, Vice-President,
Alice Jolly, Lihrariang and Mrs.
SENIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB MEMBERS: Dewanna Dillard, ROW: Cindy Sanders, Tracey Goin, Rhonda McKinney, Linda
Sherri Smith, Kathy Holley, Alice Jhiiy, Karen Phillipsg BACK Hffllffyr 'lube Hafflsfm- and Becky Romero-
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The Junior High Glee Club is
composed of students from grades seven
Both the Clee Clubs perform for
different organizations during the year,
some of which include The National
Retired People, nursing homes, Sunset
Lodge, and the Lake Ouachita Baptist
Junior High Glee Club officers,
shown at right, are Mrs. Frances Jones,
Sponsor, Debbie Baker, President,
Donna Zeigler, Reporter, Audrey Manley,
Secretary-Treasurer, Bonnie Stovall,
Vice-President, Karen Holley, Librarian,
and Donna Holley, Librarian.
JUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB MEMBERS: Bonnie Stovall, Debbie
Baker, Ellen Romero, Donna Zeigler, Connie Wiederspan, Pandy
Fernandez, Karen Holley, Christine Hatton, Mrs. Frances Jones,
Sponsor, SECOND ROW: Faye Hood, Sandra Goodman, Brenda
Finney, Donna Holley, Pat Finney, Charlene Holley, Susan Qualls,
Shirley Carr, Annette Humphreys, THIRD ROW: Tammy Gilstrap,
Belinda Rogers, Regina Anderson, Cindy Finney, Rhonda James,
Sherry Casey, Audrey Manley.
Newest among the MIHS clubs, the Chess Club
was organized last semester of 1976-77 and is open
to any student or teacher who enjoys the challenge
of a game that turns on skill rather than chance.
The club meets two evenings a month at the school.
Approximately twenty pupils are presently active.
Winning over keen competition in the all-school
tournament, spring '77, Brent Standridge proudly
holds the first trophy awarded by the new club,
displayed in better detail in the close-up picture at
bottom right. Brent defeated every other member in
the three-month Round Robin tournament, without
experiencing a single loss.
In addition to participating in the school
tournament, two members, Terry Ford and Shane
Goodner, with Sponsor Sivils, attended a
tournament at Shreveport, Louisiana, last spring.
Officers and sponsors shown below are
fkneelingl Penny Allen, Reporter, Brent Standridge,
Presidentg fstandingl Mr. Bob Sivils, Co-sponsorg
Terry Ford, Secretaryg Phillip Standridge, S. C.
Representativeg Shane Goodner, Vice-President, and
Miss Linda Green, Co-Sponsor.
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1 to all of you in the 1978 edition of THE
As superintendent of Mount Ida Schools,
I hope that this year brings to you the
pleasure associated with a happy, successful
academic year and will be followed by
pleasant memories throughout many years to
I extend my congratulations and thanks
to Mrs. Phillips and the annual staff for
another excellent job on the 1978 edition of
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High School Principal Elementary Principal and
and Science Teacher Boys' Basketball Coach Adminlstrationfm
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Mrs. Gilda Bates
Bringing to their meetings a
wide variety of talents and
interests, these school board
members aid the administration in
keeping a firm control over .
finances, personnel, buildings and Q Messy I
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equipment. Their cross-section of r' i
abilities is evidenced by their
Jon Alan Standridge, President
Postmaster and cattle farmer
Supervisor of logging operations for Scott
Lumber Company, and cattle farmer
Bob Lybrand, Secretary
President and general manager of Hickey,
Pierce, Lybrand, Inc., operating retail and
Mrs. Linda Allen
Bob Allen, Vice-President, Owner and
manager, Allen's Insurance Agency
l,. D. fSonnyJ Stanley
Mamiger ol' Ahernathys, Inc. lretailer ol'
building supplies, hardware. and home
furnisliingsl and co-owner ui' Other Font
The curriculum of Mount Ida
High School, though necessarily
limited due to size of the school,
is still varied enough to supply the
interest and need of the majority
of the students. appealing to those
college-bound students with
academic interests are such
courses as chemistry and
trigonometry, while typewriting
and other vocational skills courses
are available for terminal students.
Mr. David Short
Miss Linda Green
Math and Science
Performing lab experiments is challenging but
Mrs. Phyllis Anderson
fun for Pat Campbell and Renee Davidson.
Mr. Glenn Hicks
Mrs. Susie Cunningham "Eyes on copy" is the technique to develop accuracy in typing demonstrated by Benny Weston,
Social Studies David Douthit, Wade Abernathy, and Alan Griffith.
Ms. Phyllis Mullens Mrs. Betty Prince Mr. Bill Watkins
Business Ed. and World History Home Economics Vocational Agriculture
Mrs. Jackie Cox Mrs. Lucille Phillips Mrs. Glenne Lybrand
Junior High English Senior High English Librarian
Mr. Arnold Smith
Study Hall Supervisor
Mrs. Frances Jones Mr. Bob Sivils
Music Teacher Band Director
Included in the curriculum is
a full program of public school
music in the elementary grades
and junior and senior glee clubs in
the high school. Band also spans
both educational levels, with one
group for fifth and sixth grades
and another for high school.
The physical education
department provides exercise and
sports activities for grades seven
through twelve. In elementary,
each teacher directs a 15-minute
physical education session for her
Mr. Preston Stidman
Mr. Gray Cunningham Mrs. Jeanne Smith
Senior Girls' Basketball Coach Math Improvement and Seventh Grade
Miss Sheila Johnson Mrs. Janie Erskine
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade
Constructing a United States map taught these fifth graders a great deal about their country,
Jill Simpson, Brenda Wheeler, Patricia Weston, Tamara Whisenhunt, Gina Cox, and Bonnie
Wheeler Knot picturedJ shared the work.
Mrs. Nelda Stidman
Mrs. Bonnie Irons
Mrs. Marie Graves
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Mrs. Pam Short Mrs. Louise Gaston Mrs. Mary Jo Flatte
Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade
Mrs. Elva Williams
Mrs. Christine Whittington The concentrated attention required for good work is shown by Brain Morrison, second grader
Mrs. Mary Harper Mrs. Mary Amerson Mrs. Glenna Sivils
First Grade Kindergarten Kindergarten
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Winners in the Spring Book Project, sponsored by the Reading Improvement Learning to love books, a major purpose of kindergarten, is
classes, were Tim Smallwood Knot picturedl, Mike Price, Paul Cox, and Kipp being experienced by Jo Black, Chris Roe, and Lynda Nelson.
Mrs. Joyce May
Mrs. Ann Watkins
Mrs. Sue Smith
- . Bus Drivers: John Goodman, Thurston Poole, Lantius Qualls, Lesley
Custodlan Lesley Bryant with son' Chad' Bryant, Forrest Hughbanks, Linda Green, Glenn Hicks, and Howard
Lunchroom personnel: Cloe Gibbs, Kate Goodner, Alma Whisenhunt, Minnie O'Neal, supervisor, and Flag boys, Jimmy Adams and Timmy
Mattie Summitt. Majors.
Beta Club volunteer teacher aids: Floyd
Worden, Karen Phillips, Evelyn Boyd,
Debbie Robbins, and Wanda Beavers. Not
pictured, Cynthia Sanders.
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Keeping tradition, Seniors ol' '78 take
over the "senior wall." Marvin entertains
Wanda, Debbie, Gregg, Steve, and Sammy
with a lively tale.
Seniors always feel special. They are the
leaders ol' the student body. 'l'hey have
made it to the top of the ladder in high
school and will go on to succeed in life.
Class favorites below are Mark Vangilder
and liora McKay.
Senior Class Sponsors tmiddle rightl are Mr. Preston
Stidman twho took Mrs. Cox's place at mid-terml
and Mr. David Short.
Class Officers tbottorn rightl are Mrs. Jackie Cox,
Cofsponsorg Timiny Bair, President: Mark Vangilder,
Vice-Presidentg Mark Davis, Sec.-'l'reas.g Mr. David
Short, Co-sponsor: SECOND ROW: Sherry Rollins,
Reporterg Phillip Whisenhunt, Student Council
Alternateg Mike Mayberry, Fire Marshall.
TIMMY IFF BAIR
FFA Officer. Parliamentary Team. FHA. Beta Club.
Football V72-'TTL All-District VTTI. Student Council.
Class President. Who's Who. Ms. MIHS V76-'TTL
Distinguished American High School Student.
.IOHN THOMAS BARBICR
FFA, FHA, Football C72-'TTL
FFA, FHA, Band. All-Region Band CTT- ISI. 18
Mid-South Honor Band, Whos Who in Band Students.
DEBRA LYNN BLACK
FHA, Paper Staff, tTransferred from Charleston, South
LILLIE LAVERNE BLACK
Cheerleader F77-'78J, Student Council Officer, Paper
Staff, Annual Staff, FHA, Library Club Officer, Class
Officer. Senior Fair Maid, Distinguished American
High School Student.
MARY ORETTA BOYD
FHA, Beta Club Teachers Aide, Beta Club Queen,
Annual Staff, Freshman Fair Maid, Senior
Homecoming Maid, Who's Who, Student Council,
Library Club Officer, Class Officer.
RICHARD ALVIN CARTER
FFA, FFA Hlectrification Team, Basketball Manager
STFYICN MARK CLAY
FFA. FHA, Band F71-'78l, Who's Who Among
American Band Students.
MELISSA RENEE DAVIDSON
FHA, Beta Club, Library Club, Cirl's State Delegate,
Distinguished American High School Student, Band
V72-'75J, Majorette C74-'75J, Basketball V72-781,
AllADistrict C75-'78l, Track Team C76-'T8l, Who's Who
Among American High School Students, Beta
MARK STUART DAVIS
FFA, Football F72-'77l, Captain Football Team, Beta
Club, Class Officer.
CHARLES GREGG FEATHERSTON
Class Officer, Who's Who, Library Club, Literary
Magazine, Annual Staff C75-'77l, Basketball C72-'75J,
Band Drum Major, Stage Band, All-Region Band,
Whols Who in American Music Students, Beta Club,
Student Council President, FHA, FFA, Exchange
Student to Nicaragua tSummer of '77J, Distinguished
American High School Student, VVho's Who Among
American High School Students, -Iunior Play.
Paper Staff, FFA, Beta Club, tTransferred from Lake
Hamilton Schools in 19761.
TINA MARIE FORTIER
FHA, Glee Club, Paper Staff.
FFA, FHA, Football C72-'77l, Capt. Football Team,
Football All-District t,77l, Track C72-'78J, Capt. Track
Team, Track All-District C74-'77l, Class Officer,
Basketball, Baseball All-Star, Ouchita Valley
Conference Punt Return Champion V76-'77l.
DEREK SHANE GOODNER
FFA Officer, FFA Parliamentary Team, Chess Club
Officer, Basketball U72-'78J, All-District Area II
Basketball Player, FHA, Beta Club.
JOYCE ELAINE GRAY
FHA Officer, Student Council, Library Club, President,
Paper Staff, Annual Staff, Class Officer, Girls' State,
Beta Teachers Aide, Basketball t'72376b, Freshman
Homecoming Maid, Sophomore Homecoming Maid,
Junior Homecoming Maid, Homecoming Queen t"T7l,
Most Beautiful Runner-Up.
REBECCA ANNE GRIFFITH
FHA, Beta Club, Beta 'I'eacher's Aide. Annual Staff,
Band C723-'TTL VVho's Who, llr. Cheerleader C74-"f5l,
All-Region Band V74-'T5J. Class Officer. Who's Who
Among American High School Students.
CHERYL LYNN HANAVAN
FHA, Basketball V75-'76l, Cheerleader V76-'T8l. Paper
Staff, lTransl'erred from Grandview, Missouri in 1975.
ROY RANDOLPH HOCKER Ill
Football, V73-'77l, Captain Football t'7Tl, All-District
f'77J, Track V73-'78l, All-District C75-'72-D, Baseball
C74-'77l, American Legion Baseball C77-'78l, All-Star
Baseball V75-'78J, Band V75-781, All-Region Band,
Band Officer, Who's Who Among American Music
Students, FFA, Student Council.
LINDA CAROL HOLLEY
FHA, Basketball V74-'75J, Paper Staff, Glee Club.
DEBRA ANNE KITCHENS
Band Officer, Band Queen f'77378J, All-Region Band
C73-'76l, Majorette C74-'76J, Basketball C71-'72l,
Basketball Manager C73-'74J, Library Club, Class
Officer, Annual Staff, Distinguished American High
School Student, FHA, Who's Who, Beta Teacher's
Aide, Miss Montgomery County 2nd Runner-Up, Who's
Who Among American Music High School Students.
BRENDA LEE LAPPIN
FHA, FFA, Library Club, Library Club Queen, Class
Officer, Basketball C72-'78l.
MICHAEL TROY MAYBERRY
FFA, FHA, Football V73-'TTL Track C75-'78l,
All-District, l'7TJ, Baseball '74-'77J, Fire Marshall.
LORA LEE MCKAY
Beta Club, FHA Officer. FFA, Senior Class Favorite,
VFLIBA ANN lNOl,l'lSl DUNCAN
FHA. Paper Staff. Basketball V72-'75l.
RHONDA JOANN O'NlCAl,
Junior High Olec Club. FHA. t'l'ransferrcd from Rota,
SHERRY LEIGH ROLLINS
Class Officer. FHA Officer, FFA, Cheerleader t'72l,
Basketball t'TZl-787, Junior Fair Maid, Annual Staff,
Track V76-783, Library Club, Who's Who, Junior Play.
WILLIAM LOYD SCRIMSH IRE
WANDA SUE SNOW
Paper Staff, Annual Staff, FHA, Cheerleader F74-'75l,
Band V71-'78l. Band Librarian, Merit Award in Music,
Who's Who in Music High School Students, Mid-South
Honor Band V76-'78J, Four-States Honor Band '78J,
All-Region Band F74-'78J, All-State Band V76-'78J.
JON BRENT STANDRIDGE
FFA Officer, Parliamentary Team, FFA Public Speaker
V76-'78l, Sub-District Winner V76-'78l, District
Runner-Up t'76J, Basketball C72-'78l, Football
U72-'75l, Baseball t'75J, Beta Club President, Chess
Club President, MIHS Chess Champion 1977, Boy's
State, Student Council Officer, Class Officer, VVho's
Who Among American High School Students, Who's
Who, Distinguished American High School Student.
JOHN EDVVARD STEWART
FFA, FHA, Football F73-'77l, Basketball V75-'78l,
Track V74-'TTL Distinguished American High School
GREGORY ALAN STOYALI,
FFA. Football F72-'77l,
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Student Council Officer.
MARK WAYNE VANGUILDER
FFA Officer, FHA, FHA Beau, Football V74-'777,
Parliamentary Team, Class Officer, Who's Who, Senior
TOMMY LYNN WALDEN
FFA, Basketball f'77J, fTransferred from EI Dorado,
Arkansas in I977J.
PHILLIP DWIGHT WHISENHUNT
Football V72-773, Captain Football Team l"T79,
All-District C76-'77J, 5-A Punting Champion, Track
C73-'78J, All-District l'75,'77,'78J, Baseball, Chess Club,
Band V76-'78J, Band Officer, Stage Band, All-Region
C76-'78J, Four-States Honor Band, Mid-South Honor
Band, Who's Who Among American High School Music
Students, Distinguished American High School
Student, Class Officer, FFA President, Parliamentary
Team, Beta Club, Student Council, Boy's State
Delegate, Who's Who, Junior Play.
KIMBERLY JOANN WHITE
FHA, Annual Staff, Beta Club, Student Council,
Distinguished American High School Student, Paper
Staff-Editor-In-Chief, Junior Play, Beta Teacher's
Aide, Library Club, Class Officer.
FLOYD LEE WORDEN
Band C69-'78J, Beginning Band Assistant, Beta Club
Officer, Distinguished American High School Student,
Whois Who Among American High School Students,
Who's Who In American Music Students, Paper Staff,
Annual Staff, Merit Award in Accounting, Most
Outstanding Marching Student F76-775, Basketball
Manaager V73-'75J, Mid-South Honor Band, f'78J,
FoursStates Honor Band C'78J, All-Region Bands
C73-'78J, Most Spirited V76-'78l, FFA, Junior Play,
Mrs. Jackie Cox, Senior Sponsor, duplicates papers for class. Due
to illness, she had to resign at mid-term.
Classes Edltor, Kim White
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The juniors did an excellent job in
their play, "The Campbells are coming."
Pictured on left, Kate Donlon is trying to
feed Kay Kitchens and Clark Davis some
Being a junior is like being the
middle child in a family. All you ever hear
is how great the seniors are and how silly
the sophomores act. The one important
thing about being a junior is next year
you'll be a senior!
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CLASS OFFICERS: Karen
Phillips, Secretary-Treasurerg Kay
Kitchens, Reporterg Alan Griffith,
Student Council Alternateg Linda
Green, Sponsorg AT TOP: Mike
Scurlock, Student Council
Representativeg Leslie Harper,
ViceAPresidem,g Mike May, Fire
Marshallg Pat Campbell, President
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Juniors enjoying the unusual opportunity of having a snowfight are Les Harper, Debbie Robbins, and Evelyn Boyd.
The sophomore year brings
some new privileges, such as
leaving the campus at noon, boys
getting to play on the senior
football team, and being eligible
for Beta Club.
lt is also a time for pausing
between junior and senior high.
You know the next two years will
be harder, and you look up to
juniors and seniors.
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Girls, Officers: Pres., Lisa Batesg Vice-Pres., Annette Snowg Sec., Cheryl Speer, Treas., Jaree
Reedg Reporter, Brenda Lybrandg S. C. Repr., Rhonda Kitchens, Alternate, Kim Burrowg Fire
Marshall, Brookie Scurlockg Sponsor, Mrs. Betty Prince.
Phillip Standridge Ricky Stanfill
Bo Tabor Lloyd Tubbs
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Boys' Officers: Vice-Pres., Chuck Brown, Pres., Johnny Edwardsg
Fire Marshall, Chester Bryantg S. C. Repr., Kevin Wilson, Sec.-
Treas., Phillip Standridgeg Sponsor, Mr. Bill Watkins. CNot
pictured: Alternate, Bo Tabor, and Reporter, Lloyd Tubbs.J
Angie Vines Logan Vines Mark Walker
Terrell Wharton Donna Wheeler Gina Whittington
Yvonne Wiley Bart Williams Kevin Wilson
Freshmen learn many skills as
shown to the left. Home
economics classes learn to
cook and preserve foods.
Vocational agri classes learn
gun safety. This year freshmen
start earning credits toward
graduation. They are the
leaders of the junior high with
great potential on the football
and basketball teams.
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GIRLS, OFFICERS: Vice-President, Kathy
Battle S.C. Alternate, Shari May Fire
Marshall, Roberta White S.C. Rep., Becky
Lambert Reporter, Sherry Gaston Sec.-
Treas., Suzanne Simpson President, Christi
Taylor Sponsor, Mrs. Phyllis Anderson
Boys' Officers: Sec.-Treas., James Robins
Reporter, Nathan Davis President, Bill
Stroope S.C. Rep., Ken Warneke Fire
Marshall, Rusty Whisenhunt Sponsor, Mr.
E. W. Ramage fNot pictured, Vice-Pres.,
Are Old Hands
The confusion of the first year is behind
them. They have become accustomed to
the high school schedule and routine.
They are looking forward to being
Girls' Officers Cmiddle picturelz Pres., Kim Petersong
S.C. Rep., May Guinng Reporter, Terry Edwardsg
Sponsor, Mrs. Susie Cunninghamg Fire Marshall, Rita
Boothg Vice-Pres., Echo Relicg Sec.-Treas., Georgia
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Sponsor, Mr. Hicks
Fire Marshall, Chris Elder
Reporter, David Lappin
President, Ricky Bostow
Student Council, Alt., Michael Lybrand
Vice-President, Mike Mendenhall
Student Council Rep, David Kinsey
Secretary-Treasurer, Alan Morris
Lockers are a new experience for
seventh graders who find themselves on
the bottom of the totem pole in the
high school setting. They stand in awe
of the upperclassmen and are learning
fast that high school is different from
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Representative, Marlene Scurlockg Sec.-Treasurer, Stacy Fire Marshall, Janice Abernathy. Sponsor, Mr, Gary
Elderg Vice-President, Wanda Fernandezg President, Laurie Cunningham.
Seventh Grade Boys' Officers: Fire
Marshall, Perry Majors S.C. Repr., Keith
Edmonds President, Joey Jones Sponsor,
Preston Stidman Vice-President, Garry
Ford Secretary-Treas., Rickey Gwinn
Reporter, Jimmy Jones
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David Lee QuallS
Robert Alan Vines
Not Pictured: Melissa Summitt
Terry Allen Hackney
Mrs. Gaston's Third Grade
Relaxing between lessons, Deana
Clenney, Jeff Burrow, and Tammy
Parrett sit in front of a Halloween
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Shown receiving a beautiful plaque and loving cup at the
faculty picnic, Mrs. Jewell Phillips retired last year after
thirty-six years teaching in elementary schools, mostly in
Montgomery County. "Do unto others as you would have
them do unto youi' fsee bulletin board insertl is typical of
Mrs. Phillips, life and classroom practice throughout her
teaching career. Every student received her interest and
'fMiss Jewell" started teach-
ing first through third grades in a
two-room school at Story in 1933.
Her teaching career was inter-
rupted for about five years during
the war when she held civil
service jobs in Washington, D.C.
and in Little Rock.
When the Story school
consolidated with Mount Ida in
1965, "Miss Jewelli' came too and
taught second or third grade at
Cravens Elementary until her l
retirement last spring.
Shown with their projects depicting books they have
read are contest winners Katrina Treece, Jerry Smith,
and Mike Price. BELOW, Mr. Foshee says, "I must
have done something REALLY good to deserve this," as
he opens Christmas gift from the elementary faculty.
l This beautiful mural was drawn by Mrs.
Harper's first graders when they were
studying transportation. BELOW, Mira
Chambers and Phil Phillips display their
Easter cakes, with Gary Dillard, Travis
Whittington, and Robert Talley behind.
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works of art in the county fair.
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Serious school work continues in the holiday environment as
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Mrs. Harper's First Grade
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Pee Wee Fggtball, FRONT ROWg Mark Edwards, Chris Simmons, Pee Wee Football, FRONT ROW: Mike Price, David Henderson,
Thomas Boyd. SECOND RQW3 Scntt Smith, ,Iggy Mendenhall, Phillip Carr. SECOND ROW: Randy Romero, Leslie Phillips, Paul
Ken Adams, Jerry Don Wheeler, Greg Rae. THIRD ROW: Coach Childress, Tim Chambers. THIRD ROW: Coach Jerry Sandlin,
Randy Barrett, Randy Barrett, Randy Davis, Neil Kitchens, Eric TTHCY Watson, Greg 0'Nea1, William Bffydy Chris Gray, Coach
Brakefield, Philip Phillips, Coach Jerry Sandlin. Randy Barrett-
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Pee Wee Baseball, FRONT ROW: Philip Phillips, Randy Davis, Johnny Ball, Kenny Aplin,
Jeff Robertson, Chris Simmons, Tim Yeaman. SECOND ROW: Gary Dillard, Neil
Kitchens, Jerry Aplin, Keith Saveall, Gregg Henderson, Eric Brakelield. THIRD ROW:
Joey Mendenhall, Walter Brown, Ken Adams, Tim Chambers, Jerry Don Wheeler, Paul
Childress. FOURTH ROW: Coaches Bob Kitchens, Richard Childress, and Bob Dillard.
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Short, Tina Beggs, Jill Allen, Lucie Rachael, Dana Blackburn, Jaimi Blair.
., f,.-. 3 - ng .'kt,,:, ,,',i' , . , SECOND ROW: Tamara Scott, Patricia Weston, Cheri Clenney, Tamara
Whisenhunt, Bonnie Wheeler, Jill Simpson, Lisha Strothers, Gina Cox,
Brenda Wheeler, Coach Jeanie Smith. THIRD ROW: Lorrie Beshears, Lisa
Cobb, Teresa Jackson, Kimberly Sims, Donna Smith, Teresa Dempsey,
Little League Baseball, FRONT ROW: Joey Jones, Mike Price, David Teresa Vines, Sara Brown, Linda Goodman, Lisa Jackson.
Henderson. SECOND ROW: Tim Chambers, Bruce Gray, Dennis
LaGrange. THIRD ROW: Keith Edmonds, Donnie Stovall, Chris Elder,
Jeff Wilson, Coach Chuck LaGrange.
Boys' Basketball: FRONT ROW: Neil Kitchens,
Greg Rae, Gary Dillard, Ken Adams, Scott Smith,
Robert Talley, Randy Davis, Billy Bryant,
Johnny Ball, Blue Kesterson, Greg Henderson,
Shannon Godwin. SECOND ROW: Jonathan
White, Bill Williams, Stacy McKay, Walter
Brown, Sammy Kinsey, Dwight Abernathy, Coach
Sonny Stanley. THIRD ROW: Billy Parrett,
Bruce Tidwell, Phillip Carr, Paul Childress, Ray
James, Alan Ball, David Henderson, Jerry Don
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Whisenhunt, Bonnie Wheeler, Kristi Short, Cheri Clenney, Kimberly Sims, Lynette Baker, Trina Brakelield,
Susan Cosby. THIRD ROW: Mira Chambers, Tracy Bair, Teresa Vines, Tracy Whisenhunt, Tina Beggs, Dana
Blackburn, Jill Allen. FOURTH ROW: Rona Emery, Brenda Wheeler, Jill Simpson, Sara Gibbs, Tonya
Burrow, Kelli Jean Stovall. FIFTH ROW: Lisa Cobb, Lisa Jackson, Sponsor Yvonne Wheeler, Teresa Jackson,
Donna Smith, Sara,Brown.
Practicing for a concert is challenging work, but a beautiful
performance makes it worthwhile.
Alan Ball receives
assistance in one of his new music pieces from
FRONT ROW: Rana Emery, Tgmya Buy-rgwy Brmnie Wheeler, THIRD ROWZ Billy Summitt, JaCli Stovall, David H8l'ld6I'SOI'l,
Tamara Whisenhunt, Gina Cox, Sara Brown, Teresa Vines, Lisa Steve May, Chela Cound, Brenda Wheeler, Jill Simpson, Teresa
Jackson. SECOND ROW: Eric Rrakefield, Mark Edwards, Dwight J3CkS0T1, Kimberly Sims, Donna Smith, Jerry Don Wheeler.
Abernathy, Danny Foshee, Walter Brown, Stacy McKay, Shane FOURTH ROW: Tracy Bair, Jimmy Guinn, Lorrie Beshears, Leslie
Stovall, Billy Parrett, Robert Adams, Alan Ball, Troy Weston.
The excitement of yearbook arrival adds
zest to the closing days of school. Everybody
enjoys finding himself in the annual and
collecting fond messages from his friendsg but
only annual staff Workers can appreciate the
meaning of Sherry's comment one day: "I
can't die before the annual is completed. If I
did, Mrs. Phillips would kill mef'
Some usual and a few very unusual incidents
marked this school year. Snow and ice of
catastrophic proportions caused many school
holidays, nine and a half at this writing.
Heavy snow flakes were greeted joyfully by
Terry Cummings and Perry Majors, as they
anticipated a short school day-and they were right.
Soon the campus was covered by a beautiful blanket
of white and soon thereafter was deserted.
One of the pleasures of school life is a field
tripfescape from the classroom and maybe
some memento to bring back, such as this
board of four whetstones procured from
Smith's Quarry in Hot Springs. Members of
the earth science class, Wanda Snow,
Debbie Black, and Kim White, with teacher
Mr. Ramage, make the presentation to Mr.
FFA freshmen initiation is expected to
involve Work like polishing shoes, but who
would have expected thisghours of
scrubbing and scouring concrete at the
lobby entrance where bottles of shoe polish
Work, pleasure, accomplishment go hand in
hand, whether it is skillful control of a
musical instrument tWanda Snow on the
flutel or first place in a reading project
Then as the last spring days approach, everybody
gets caught up in picnics, even board members like Bob
Allen who fries the fish for the faculty.
An unusual work-pleasure project is the sixth-grade
circus Cspring '77J, featuring tall man Quinn Taylor and
fat lady Marlene Scurlock.
High School Student, Index
Use the "yellow pages" to find where to locate yourself and your friends in the annual. This index lists the
pages where the student is identified by name. Some candid pictures not identified are not listed here.
Abbott, Carla 88
Abbott, Kyle 49,79
Abernathy, Janice 90,92
Abernathy, James 49,82
Adams, Jimmy 28,29,49,70,85
Adams, Sherry 38,45,90
Anderson, Dale 90
Anderson, Everette 90
Anderson, Regina 47,59,85
Anderson, Rosa 47,85
Casey, Sherry 59,90
Chapin, Clark 90
Clay, Brian 28,39,90
Clay, Steve 49,72,73
Clenney, Eddie 28,88
Clenney, Nicky 85
Collier, Brad 49,79
Cound, Mike 28,39,90
Cox, Jerry 85
Cox, Jessie 90
Cox, Paul 28,69,90
Cummings, Terry 90,111
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Bair, Terry 49,79
Bair, Tim 13,24,29,47,48,49,52,53,54,72,73
Baker, Debbie 59,88
Baker Roger Dale 28,45,88
Ballew, Georgia 88
Barber, Johnny 29,49,73
Bates, Lisa 24,36,40,47,52,82,84
Bates, Sabrina 90
Bates, Sherry 38,47,85
Battle, Kathy 38,47,85,86
Beavers, Terry 49,43,85
Beavers, Wanda 4,36,47,54,70,82
Beggs, Michelle 90 M
Davidson, Tammy 38,47,85
Davis, Clark 12,26,27,29,43,49,57,79
Davis,"Greg 49,79 Yrrr V
Davis, Judy 47,82
Davis, Mark 9,29,49,53,54,72,74
Davis, Nathan 27,28,49,85,87
Dillard, Dewanna 47,58,79
Dillard, Mary Ann 47,79
Donlon, Kate 12,21,32,47,51,79
Douthit, David 29,31,49,65,79
Duffy, Matthew 12,49,80
Edmonds, Keith 28,39,52,90,92
rEdwa'rd's, Jnmmyr27,29:27,49-53, ,sz
Beggs, Sam 43,49,72,73
Beggs, Tammy 38,43,85
Black, Barbara 26
Black, Debra 47,51,72,73,112
Black, Lisa 90
Black, Matthew 27,29,37,49,54,82
Black, Robert 24,39,49,85,87
Blackburn, Raynee 38,90,92
Blocker, Mark 12,26,27,49,54,79
Boadway, David 49,82
Boadway, Eddie 49,85
Booth, Rita 4,26,38,88
Bostow, Derryl 27,29,49,82
Bostow, Ricky 27,45,52,88,89
Boyd, Evelyn 46,47,54,56,70,79,81
Boyd, Mary 9,15,22,23,44,45,47,73
Brown, Charles 27,29,49,54,82,84
Bryant, Chester 27,29,49,82,84
Bryant, Leasel 49,82
Bryant, Lewie 49,85
Bryant, Lloyal 90
Burrow, Kim 47,52,54,82,84
Campbell, Patrick 29,48,49,54,55,64,79,80
Carr, Glenda 36,47,79
Carr, Maurice 28,39,85
Carr, Shirley 59,90
Carter, Richard 37,73
Carter, Royce 88
Casey, Freddy 28,90
Edwards, Terry 38,88
Elder, Chris 28,39,88,89
Elder, Jim 88
Elder, Stacy 38,45,90,92
Ensey, Flora 85
Featherston, Will 21,28,52,91
Felkel, Davelynn 10,22,23,47,82
Felkel, Patty 38,91
Fernandez, Pandy 47,59,85
Fernandez, Wanda 38,91,92
Fikes, David 27,28,49,85
Finney, Brenda 47,59,85
Finney, Cynthia 59,91
Finney, Melba 88
Finney, Patricia 59,88
Ford, Garry 28,91,92
Ford, Terry 27,29,49,60,82
Fordyce, Cheri 91
Forthman, Marvin 49,51,54,72,74
Fortier, Tina 47,51,74
Fryar, Lenny 5,21,23,27,29,32,47,49,74
Fryar, Vivian l5,32,46,47,52,8O
Garrett, Joseph 88
Gaston, Sherry 38,47,85,86
Gaston, Steve 49,82
Gaston, Timothy 29,49,80
Gee, Danny 49,80
Gilstrap, Tammy 47,59,85
Godwin, Diann 47,85
Goin, Tracey 47,58,80
Goodman, Sandra 47,59,85
Goodner, Kathi 88
Goodner, Shane 24,37,40,47,48,49,54,60,74
Graves, Deanna 38,88
Graves, Mark 29,49,83
Gray, Bruce 28,88
Gray, Joyce 16,22,24,41,44,45,47,51,56,74
Gray, Lori 8
Griffith, Alan 15,29,49,80
Griffith, Becky 8,24,47,54,56,65,75
Guinn, May 26,38,43,88
Gwinn, Rickey 91,92
Hanavan, Cheryl 20,32,47,51,75
Harder, Andrew 29,49,80
Harder, David 27,28,49,85
Harper, Leslie 21,29,48,49,53,54,80,81
Harrison, Julie 47,58,83
Hatton, Charlie 49,86
Hatton, Christine 59,91
Hatton, Jimmy 91
Helms, David 28,91
Herrera, Carlos 4,55
Hickman, Charles 89
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Hocker, Roy 15,22,26,27,29,42,43,49,52,75
Holley, Charlene 59,91
Holley, Donna 59,89
Holley, Karen 47,59,86
Holley, Kathy 47,58,80 ,
Holley, Linda 47,51,58,78
Hood, Faye 59,91
Humphreys, Annette 59,91
Hutchison, Terry 23,27,28,49,86
Hutchison, Tim 28,89
Irons, Jon 49,54,83
Jackson, Bill 27,29,49,43,83
James, Donnie 49,86
James, Rhonda 59,89
James, Robert 49,80
Johnson, Billy 91
Jolly, Alice 47,58,80
Jones, Bobby 49,86
Jones, David 49,86
Jones, Jimmy 39,91,92
Jones, Joey 28,52,91,92
Justus, Laurie 38,91
Kelloms, John 27,28,49,53,86
Kesterson, Kipp 69,39,91
Kesterson, Tad 24,33,37,49,80
Kinsey, Alfred 49,86
Kinsey, David 52,89
Kinsey, John 29,49,83
Kirstad, Dell 39
Kitchens, Debbie 11,24,42,47,56,59,75
Kitchens, Kay 11,12,13,18,21,22,23,42,43,
Kitchens, Rhonda 42,43,47,52,54,83,84
Kostelnik, Dena 12,21,32,47,54,56,57,80,93
LaGrange, Dennis 28,91
Lambert, Alvin 49,86
Lambert, Becky 38,47,52,86
LaPanne, David 89
LaPanne, Lisa 47,86
Lappin, Brenda 11,24,36,4O,45,47,49,75
Lappin, David 27,28,89
Lee, Cheryl 26,38,91
Lee, Michael 28,43,49,86
Lybrand, Brenda 43,47,83,84
Lybrand, Michael 27,39,44,45,52,89
Majors, Perry 28,39,91,92,111
Majors, Timmy 28,39,49,70,86
Manley, Audrey 59,89
Manley, Shane 91
Mathis, Mark 49,86
May, Mike 14,26,29,49,80
May, Shari 38,47,52,86
Mayberry, Gina 11,36,46,47,54,57,80
Mayberry, Jeff 91
Mayberry, Mike 27,29,47,49,72,75
Mayberry, Wanda 89
McGrew, Merle 49,80
McKay, Cheril 38,43,91
McKay, Leita 38,86
McKay, Lora 9,46,47,49,54,72,78
McKinney, Rhonda 47,58,80
Mendenhall, Mike 28,89
Milam, Benny 49,86
Miles, Larry 80
Milholen, Leithon 49,83
Miner, Ricky 49,86
Minton, Danny 49,83
Minton, Mike 19,49,83
Morton, Jeff 92
Murphy, Charles 89
Noles, Velda 47,51,76
Norris, Alan 29,38,43,89
O'Neal, Rhonda 76
Peterson, Kim 88,89
Phelps, Andy 89
Phillips, Karen 14,43,46,54,55,58,70,8O
Price, Jeffery 28,49,69,86
Qualls, Sandra 92
Qualls, Susan 59,92
Reed, James 89
Reed, Jaree 16,36,45,47,83,84
Reed, Rodney 92
Relic, Echo 26,45,88,89
Relic, Parris 49,86
Reyes, Mauricio 4
Robbins, Carrie 47,86
Robbins, Debbie, 46,47,54,57,70,81
Robbins, Frank 49,81
Robbins, Nancy 26,38,89
Robins, Carolyn 38,92
Robins, James 23,27,28,49,86,87
Rogers, Belinda 59,92
Rollins, Coy 12,49
Rollins, Sh erry
Romero, Becky 47,58,81
Romero, Ellen, 47,59,86
Rowland, Benjamin 49,83
Rowland, Joseph 49,83
Rowland, Martha 47,86
Sanders, Cynthia 47,54,58,70,83
Scott, Barbara 12,26,47,81
Scott, Brenda 47,81
Scott, Maxine 47,87
Scrimshire, Bill 49,76
Scrimshire, David 49,83
Scrimshire, James 28,49,87
Scrimshire, Verla Jean 92
Scurlock, Brookie 36,44,45,47,83,84
Scurlock, Marlene 38,52,92,112
Scurlock, Mike 14,29,49,52,54,80,81
Sekavec, Tim 29,49,81
Shelby, Joseph 92
Short, Renee 47,86
Simmons, Scott 24,29,37,49,54,81
Simpson, Karen 38,43,92
Simpson, Nan 38,92
Simpson, Suzanne 38,47,87,86
Smallwood, Timothy 21,69,92,112
Smith, James 49,87
Smith, Phillip 92
Smith, Sherrie 10,47,58,81
Snow, Annette 26,36,43,47,54,83,84
Snow, Luther 38,89
Snow, Wanda 9,26,42,43,47,51,56,76,112
Speer, Cheryl 4,43,47,54,83,84
Standridge, Laurie 38,43,52,92
Standridge, Phillip 29,37,43,49,54,6O,84
Standridge, Rodney 28,39,92
Standridge, Walter 6,43,87
Stanfill, Ricky 49,84
Stanley, Christy 10,24,33,36,46,47,52,81
Stewart, John 17,20,24,26,29,37,40,76
Stovall, Bonnie 59,89
Stovall, Donnie 28,39,92
Stovall, Greg 29,49,72,76
Stroope, Bill 28,49,52,87
Strother, Bobby 39,45,49,87
Tabor, Bo 27,29,49,84
Tabor, Timmy 9,21,23,29,49,53,77
Taylor, Christi 10,22,23,38,43,47,52,53,86,87
Taylor, Quinn 39,92,112
Thornton, Larry 81
Tubbs, Lloyd 49,54,84
Vangilder, Mark 15,23,29,46,47,4 8,49,72,77
Vines, Angie 47,84
Vines, Logan 84
Walden, Tommy 49,77
Walker, Mark 29,37,49,84
Warneke, Ken 24,39,49,52,87
Webster, Tim 89
West, John 89
Weston, Benny 24,29,37,49,54,55,65,81
Weston, Joey 89
Wharton, Carla 21,43,47,87
Wharton, Terrell 27,49,84
Wheeler, Donna 45,47,84
Wheeler, Lisa 38,92
Wheeler, Wendi 38,92
Whisenhunt, Bryan 39,49,87
Whisenhunt, Mark Cllthb 12,49,81
Whisenhunt, Mark i7thJ 39,44,45,92
Whisenhunt, Phillip 13,17,22,24,27,29,32,
Whisenhunt, Rust y 24,27,28,39,49,87
White, Roberta 38,86,87
Whittington, Rebina 24,36,44,45,47,84
Wiederspan, Connie 47,59,87
Wiederspan, Richard 29,81
Wilburn, Greg 28,49,87
Wiley, Yvonne 47,84
Williams, Bart 27,29,49,84
Williams, Bobby 89
Wilson, Jeff 24,27,28,39,49,87
Wilson, Kevin 27,29,37,40,49,52,53,84
Yett, Bobby 49,87
Ziegler, Donna 47,59,87
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