Nacogdoches High School - Book N Yearbook (Nacogdoches, TX)

 - Class of 1967

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UQQSM 'QJWW5' Sis W gy 'M Jl?Zff?f2'1ff'ff WWW WW, Lu-L LIFEifMf ,yiujq vw 10 . ww W MJ W' Wfwwgfl J"iQ1y"'fL7W if + I ., .JW J w"" k,,.w" ,Jw ff W' I x WG My W WM FOREWORD It is a pleasure for the staff and me to present the 1967 Book HN". As you turn the pages now and across the years, I hope each of you will recall something pleasant and worth- while from every one of the many worlds that made up a won- derful 1966-67 school year. It has been our purpose to cap- ture for you those times when we studied, had fun, made friends, worked together, had pleasures and pains, and perhaps grew up Aww a little. Barbara Gerber Editor-in-Chief 'Ds-cw YYLQ-.Saw-ftluolm, J ou s,a,wu.s'Dl-fb. JCx,W,,yL hw Vg imgush cvhfj. Q,o-fvsgosljbslefve v-Wwkik 3 s ,aw eu, Owens-x fgNv.sQQ. Utah. Cvwai, or'-'uJ- JKQMYQYM. Lasflg - WITH GRATITUDE, RESPECT. t AND ADMIRATION . . . WJ Dora Davis Patton has served for nearly four decades on the faculty of Nacogdoches High School. During this time she has played a significant part in the lives of many stu- dents. Because she has truly taught us, and challenged us to attain our utmost in scholarship, and inspired us to seek goodness and beautyg because she has, by example, made us feel more worthy and purposefulg and most of all because she has loved us as her friends, we are grateful. Therefore, it is with deep affection that the staff dedi- cates the 1967 Book "N" to Dora Davis Patton. 53. fanrw-fs , 5 ION AND FACULTY THE WORLD OF TEACHERS AND COLINQELORQ 2355? iE?:::r W 2555? if fr T1 X ti 3 353 4 ' - -,:'s?4gaaLg31ss,.3Qse 122 . 4 1 3 'Qa- :AF +- omc: of Pnrucwm. NA COGDOC HES PUBLIC SCHOOLS NAC0ulJ0CHl1:N. TEXAS Dear Students : The Book "N" is the result: of many hours of hard work and careful planning by the yearbook sr.-aff and sponsor. They are to be cvmmended for a job well done. The efforts of the scaff to record many of the highlights of rhis yeax's Activities will be appreciated even more in years co come. 1 would like ro mrs this opportunity no express my appreciation to you, the N.H.5. Scudenc Body, for your conduct and spirrr of wopersrirm rms yesr. you have worked hard and you have accomplished much. I trust chat this is s parsers cha: you wuz sxvays fouw. Sincerely, ud, Principal yyjggibr 1,1 V. ...X K, rm, fzfgipsf :N31-14 ' NAC0GD9Q' , ,,. rf- r . OOLS r "4""5W'E'i'i"1C.-mf? i f 2 ' if W 'as,rr::r1 sm. r.. mr N A ., r T - surrrrmrssrm ,A 'K' N r ,, ....,rr..,rm r,.m....r, y GREETINGS To 'ms CLASS or lssv: we have ,Med 16 give yqu s beginning that win enable you to build for ana the appl me with keen ..A i yourself s happy and successful nfs. Your attitudes cativn of vhar you have learner snsu be fouovse by irreresr. wise man win hear, src vin increase mesrrrigm ra A -rar of urrdersrarrrurrg shsu .mam unto vrss an counse1s:" CProv . l-53 S inc ly , ' n-fin Martin superineenderr t cf Schools fi x.: 'A i. ,s,,,,, 495' 2? Q? ' 1-?!fff:Q1i: 'I ilsggirgig. 52, ig ,, Q . ,V V . in WE ULD smres run , ..--,hr . f, Seated: Dr. Warner Dunn, Mrs. Walter B. Allen, Mrs. Eugene Pardin fSecretaryl Mr. Wilson Muckleroyg Standing: Mr. Pete Smith, Mr. Branch Axley, Mr. Lenville Martin lSuperintendentD, Mr. Herbert Wilson, Mr. Truman Jones iBusiness Manager? Not Pictured: Mr. Frank Sisco, iPresidentJ. SCHOOL BOARD 11' If Judith Griffith Jane Hardeman Letha Partin Pam S! Ama SEORETARIEQ Alexander, Flo fMrs.J Counselor, Student Council B.S., M.A., N.T.S.U., S.F.A. John Tarleton l. , We .Y 'l., 3x ,L W H as f ' ef ' W S nr: a f-,N .X-,. 'N 'i'-ww.-. em.. Jw? if . W 4. .. , ' . ' 1, Bass, Evelyn fMrs.J DECA, B.S. SHSCg SFA Freshman Pep Squad ja., 285' I Hts" 2 t' 9 to V-'44 516 411,54 1' H mt, A , X, ,Q X 'Q' R , . 2? 4 4 x , 5 237, " , , f' A ,xr 5 fx. W -2, v. 'Zu reds' et? . - 1.. ' - ' - . t- M ,wssw.., a K ,Q ,, aw 3 2 3 , 2 ' . ',2 1, I' ,ll 3: , 17 yf ,",wi'f., X E X 223 29 Burrows, Verna fMrs.l Burgess, Dawn fMrs.J Biology, Health SFA Dragonettes 'x Burr, W. J. Band B.M.: SFA Castles, David M. Economics B.S., S.F.A., A.A. Navarro College Geometry B.S., M.A. 5 SFA F.T.A. Barber, Don History, PE, Safety Ed. B.S., M.Ed. U. of H., SFA: CSU A S , ,b Alders, Nolan C333 , 'VA- II: IV .p B.sX lgigiic . -gf . '?'a'?1Q SF , FFA ,Q Y n f as :ies ' 2. 'i 'v 'E- . 1. vt - 'mqizlft '1ya,a, 'feZ?4" Colwell, J aye .lean fMrs.J English Hg French I and II B.A. TWU, TCU, SFA French Club DeGrand, Nita fMrs.j Homemaking Ig FHA B.S., M. Ed. TWU, SFA mv . 5332 Dodson, Joyce fMrs J Texas History DuBose, Ervin B.S.g SFA, TU, WC Hardin Simmons U. Donahoe, Lillian fMrs Asst, Principal i , B.S,, M,Ed, Glllar, Dianne flVIrs.J NTSU, SFA Homemakingg FHA B.S. SHS, Baylor Algebra Il W ,X , V, , B.S. M.Ed.' 191 A", Abilene Chri 1 lfgiqlfgi-f giflrfpia f ,, Grant, Dora flVlissJ Li' '- giXcsMAin. Hist. if , L, :.j,.,, A fist . . . . V X SFA: Colorado sum l Y 1 4 f iffigkyff . . ll g . JQQ'2w'fVv3e" Frlzell, Willa fMrs.J ,J ,U 1 V3.1 Lg - - 'iiqjfq' Homemaking W J miri .gxlgnf in ff' ,QQ B.s. sw R Q A N 1 V X A , 7,441 TWU '2' V' -w , 7. 'W M FHA OSU stian, SFA . 4 s M Hamm, Gerald L. Biology B.S., M.S. LSU Hunt, Deason Journalism I and II B.S.g SFA Quill-Scroll, Dragon Echo !,,.s. I2 Henderson, Stanley Trig., Analysis, Matrix B.A. SFA Q .f Harris, Joe T. Mathematics B.A., M.Ed.A.g UT Athletics Kendrick, Jane fMrs.l S Johnston, Johnny R. Biffgetary World Hist., P.E. SFA B.B.A. T.lCg Lamar State Basketball King, Lois fMrs.j . Spanish B.A., M.Ed. SFA Pan-AM Langford, Ken Algebra, Math B.S. SFA Morgan, Peggy fMrs.J x. . Lester, Merrill fMrs.l English I B.S., M.A. Mary Hardin Baylor, NTSU SFA Long, Robert Choir, Health BME, MMEg P.U., NTSU i McDougald, Sara Bess fMrs.l mv , V i .1 and Speech B.A., M.Ed.g SFA NFL, WSP Mathews, L.H. Safety Education BS., M.S. ETU "N" Association K English ll B.A., M.S. Baylor ,. Q 5,55 X. 'l ': 4 Morris, Ruby QMrs.l Art E ,lf met a!! A2 -,Ah 1 B.A.. M. d. of 'yr 5' ' ' 2 ECTC, SFA gig ' M An Club 'Y -A ' ' ' . if as . so ,ii , J f Nichols, Evelyn fMrs.J , Am. Hist. E . iQ if -132 ?b..,2 is Georgia State College ., v U.T., SFA u "Ms-f. ' gm?-, Junior Historians wx . , ...Q 3 'EZ y , 1" ff' Martin, Lamar General Science Bs., M. Ed. Texas A.M. SFA, TCU 1 Perry, Larry W. World Hist Am Hlst B S SFA Junior Historians Patton, Dora fMrs.J English IV B.A., M.A.g UT, Baylor, SFA Scrihblers ' Prince, Phil P.E. B.S., M.Ed. SFA any I -vids-9-mga, "axe Nichols, Jerry General Science B.A. .in Business Admin. Texas A and M U. Prince, Nancy Speech, Drama, English AA, BA Lon Morris, Hendrix WSP Pulsipher, Geneva fMrs.J Typing, Health B.S., M.Ed. SFA FTA Purvis, Mary fMrs.J Library B.A. Texas TECH, NTSU Pike, Rowena fMrs.J Registrar, Bookkeeper Dallas Technical School Reed, Margaret fMrsJ English III B.A., M.Ed.: SFA, UT Shows, David Chemistry, General Science B.S., M.Ed.g SFA Spradley, Mary fMrs.J Health B.S., H.E. S.F.A. Stone, Ruth fMissl P.E. B.S. TJC, SFA Pep Squad, Cheerleaders Volleyball Vandervort, Mike BKP, Typing, Shorthand B.B.A. SFA Book "N" f""',, 'VX' 1 .fy Sanders, Mary Algebra B.A., M.A.5 UT, SFA Scott, Thomas Shop B.S., M.Ed.g NTSU, SFA Walker, Clois Vo. Ag. B.S., M.Ed. SFA FFA Tomlin, Eugene E. English B.A.. M.Ed. HPC, SFA ws, STUDENT LIFE . . . THE WORLD OF FRIENDS . AND FUN tfw.- I up 1 yu 'E rp, ' Q, D ii 23,52 'QQ L 35 .rf 'K sz QQ: K . g 52 ""ln "Wm, Nb Q: , , J 2,3521 AG.. W 'L 4 - H1 ' ' 9' ,uaiiwfif .. i'E?f?f'U5WFf " , ,, .. ., J, ,,,, -x ' xx ge, N,,.,...--Q-"',...fv-'J' ' i ' L ! 'Zigi ' A ' 'n .. f , JL N.H.S. DRAGONS ARE . . . PROUD Y ,, R 5 S , :? . n gi? ' V ,ff I8 ENTHLISIASTIC 3145 3. '45 gf: FUN-LOVING if " H I K , A , A J, . if 0 .. 4 f vga 9 ff 4. xv .M 20 HAPPY ff FE s 4- Q- , A m'vf Q5 'Qg KX j L 4 , -,A W it in 'fm xx , '2 Y:-I+! H' 2I Lam'-H .X if 1- fl A. , x. , Q. L 1. RAGQQQJEQ 'fy ii Qui ... BUSY ' ,e gs X N. ve? Ara? 'X' w xv p w.. x INTERESTED 'Xt .wg ,. W .mx .5- 1. :.,ig":.? -fr gr? .' ,f :L Q .,. ,, ',, 125.555 :TL 5' ' A ' 3 rw. 0, ,:- ,, . ,Wx 'U' 'E y 23 . . . THE WORLD ORGANIZATIONS OF SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP mm neu fan Wm-us Wm, ' f-an .wmv sm -A-nan -+.....,, COUNCIL P DAN NY REESE 1 x s A .G 'rr . Recording Secretary- Barbara Gerber Vzce-Preszdent- Bill Pollock Corresponding Secretary- Pasty Griffin Treasurer- Tom Senff Parliamenlarian- ChaplainT Ben Covin Jeff Gaston EFFICIENT OFFICERS OF '66-'67. 2, xg: Front-L. Lauderdale, B. Bogan, J. N P. Grimes 2-J. Elliot, J. Wright, Front row-P. Reese, J. Cox, D. Battle, 2-D. Foshee, B. Jordan, M. Vannoy, A. Taylor, 3-B. Fulmer, J. Woods, and H. Mast. Council meets to plan for a better school. 28 'Y'-T STUDENT COUNCI Front-M. DeWitt, P. Johnson, D. Greer, M. Allen, S. Spence, M. Foshee 2- D. Bunch, L. Muckleroy, B. Alexander, P. Alexander, 3-P. Arriola, J. Henry, J. Bobo, B. Wilson, B. Bailey, H. Leonard 4-B. Stewart, C3 D. DeWitt 3-B. Allen. f A 1 C7 S- Front-L. Coussons, S. Brock, J. Brannon, 2-M. Forman, T. Adams, 3-C. DeWitt, D. DeCrand, B. Snider, B. Covin ROVIDES LEADERSHIP l Front-L. Bousman, P. Wright, D. Johnson, K. Labosky, 2-C. Jones, C. Tucker, D. Senff, 3-W. McKewen, J. Gaston. Members sell ribbons during football season. Q , Council sponsors Kickoff dance. 29 Qi ONCERT BAND -ww . . x . , W, . V . Q . 1 F "A is . . , I ..,4 E-rv ,J 1 , M . 5, J. w 4- , naw: . 1 z., vvm fi ' K, ,,,.. ,., This page sponsored by J OE WRIGHT and the NACOGDOCI-IES SAVINGS AND LOAN :Q 1 . 1.4 ft'-2 I fm X. RW, N N ' 'f 3? is QA. -.452 Vg- L A rg-nh .ms , w 'A 5 x 4, , , w J ,U ' wkillilgifg Y is x his Hens herry TALENT HMM N f hd l I Q clarinet. Elizabeth Burkheart cleans Band council-J. Hickerson, P. Alexander, B. Snider, B. Goodrum, C. Ladymon, J Burrows, D. Lambert, G. Mclierran, B. Pace, M. Cummings, C. Elliot, S. Halls. Nacogdoches High School is proud of their band. They have brought honor to our school be- cause they have been willing to do what ever was necessary to become outstanding in their field. Y S iw Senior Band members have worked hard to see the hand win a First Place. Congratula- tions! 2 t' Q, 7 , amz 1. Iii. R . .- ' ' 5? fel fp ab ,f ff :b w 2 wa: e airt .- -W-a 1456-N lwfff, 1 4 1 ' - W 4. L14 l, C Q.. Q. Qiygflfs ALL-ZONE MEMBERS Bill Pace Julie Hickerson Charles B. Gruber 33 SAXOPHONES ALTO and BASS CLARINETS rr B. Pace, D. Bennett, P. Alexander, C. Hunley, C. Tieman, H. E.Burkart, P. Heflin B Snider S Cox K Nelson Spies, and not pictured P. Crisp. CORNET S Q , ai Sr.r 5 .gs . B, ,ff-rw' N W1-'f'f'. ' MY ' mvu6evuf'm'f1fW 462 vm-v t, W , e C T s as 3 g. Y X.. Q V 1 , ,,, . Y. K , .Sf M it Qi. . A ,. f fvfx 1 V47 4 ,FP .fa -Tfh j ffw. A V l.y.:Q' , 1 if :.":4,fi , vw kg yqf,i.g,'3.wf1f.ifv. v my l, eggs pf -,xp -v . l gy' i fha., - H ': 1 1 'iii ,5.-:L 11 , 'Euan i i .ff E4 :rs :" b:,O',i' EZUQ-' -ST : iilmjvggfyi, ks -5 kms ix , .1 Q .1 fx 413. Alix -- nu- I, x , Q! W., , 15,43--gjjioh Au, K J : l 'I 4' 3 N rl . 'i'!51' .W . . .. - -' 1 - fc.. Front row-P. Jones, D. Williamson, L. Sanford, G. McLerran, G Johnson, Back row-J. Stilley, D. Alexander, G. Dobbs, C. Geiger, S Halls, and C. Smith. TROMBON ES BASSES L Po e J Pitts K Sanford, T. Johnson, G. Elliot, D. Mont- J. McShan, V. Mathews K Green B Adams . p , . . gomery, M. Cummings 34 - ' kfki 1 , FRENCH HORN F LUTES and OBOES l D. Molandes, H. Leonard, C. Gruber, Not pictured-P. Ontiveros D. Duke, B. Crowley, S. Henson, L. LeBouf, R. Schmidt, C. Birdwell, C. Ladyman, B. Goodrum, Not pictured-K Debroch PERCUSSION ' Q f . . K 5 . N , 1 if 5 1 R . 1 ' I X .1. 647 - tif? Q' 2 . V ' l Y A - Vg? f 'A ge so i T -'V A ' sy ngf 3 " - .4 1' 5 1 f 1 -xx nn , A Q -nr I . fn . ,gel as XRS? -,1-5, - -u , .U w , . ' , R I' I I l All R- Al .fimvfhr ' Q. 1 ' .L Q K ' fr 5 'YQ' MWYI l . 8 1 ' I 1 , J. f El ff ' V , if 1 1 1 ., 1- vwzfiff-' ', 'Q-vo... f ' '3'7i92f?, C 3 T' LM . - -- 4f"AV3'?i'T1'H42' J.. T - ' of J. Burrows, S, Anderson, T. Blankenship, D. Lambert, G. Crisp, L. Flan- agan, P. Grimes, R., White CLARINETS BARITONES Front row-J. Hickerson, J. Herd, C. Riddle, S. Halls, P. Reese, P. H. Morgan, M. Swearingon, J. Sutleff. Cleveland, C. Barr, M. Beall, Back row-L. Westbrook, D. Nelson, L. Rhodes, C. Doss, V. Anderson, T. Davis 35 DRAGONETTES BOC 4 A z -1 .gg '21 FZ, '75 'L ' I1'5Q:iz'fS4,? W . --ual-f Q., '-Nqr. if This page sponsored by the COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK VIN-NING SPIRIT! Ei iii ,EE ,v.lLl : Wt. If -V .T K fy K W , Viv Q5 xi: gk -At ., f. . 'L , Q , is ij, . k u-13'-i-i 9"Y , 5 I' o45a""-' 4? P V-f, ,VWNN Y' Mvxx My s Y X 'Q Miss Stone .V 5 s , Q' ML . J s 4, 2 ' J ,Ms-,r .94 Mrs. Burgess 37 38 C9 f-I W my Q Nr! Tommye Adams Wendy McKewen Donna Brice Patsy Cnffen fMaJorJ Peggy Wright Beth Bogan Lynda Schmldt and Mahlon Fomnan CAPTAJNS awww '5 ,'hWw,'it'fw'3 ni f CAPTAIN-Donna Brice- UEUTENANT-Sandra Brock as , -' '--B' ici, 4434 , K f N' 4 , V- A 'V ,A V .:,:.,, ' T' g 5 CAPTAIN-Lynda Schmidt LIEUTENANT-Linda Muckleroy Signals CAPTAIN Beth Bogan LIEUTENANT Sarah Strlckland CAPTAIN Peggy Wnght LIEUTENANT-Jeannette Cox 6:1 " , . ,-57 1. , "- '- e' vfzstafl' e ' v- . M: ---L B 4 L pf, ,S V , 'V W Cf' 3. ' Q .-' ' 1 J -in if J . 4 4' 'S + ' ' ' " .1 ark v . , if ,-,X 2,5 E 4. . m , 3 V ggi 's Q1 9: I 5 ' :Q f 3 vz, . L , ,M . ,, f za. ,a- erfmgr , -lx A 'Saga 1' ,. ,.,. ,. ,g -0, ia ,. ff- 1.1. ,,.i':f.Z'f,.i2. Q. Q sf, . .' t'-12? 'IA?'7g?x!Mj1ifxa x .Agri . A. W- V " v.,, 'W a l ,x QM' ' s H f V haf . - . 1 Y f ' N . ' 1 . 5 CAPTAIN-Wendy McKewen LIEUTENANT-Rhonda Mitchell The Nacogdoches High School Pep Squad of 1966 has certainly boosted a winning spirit! Many people throughout the year have commented on how well the Dragonettes have performed. However, this was not achieved without work. Before and after school started, the Pep Squad practiced time and again to better itself. With all this work the Pep Squad has received its re- ward-to see its football team win district. W. ,gh ,, 3 I Our Leaders! LIEUTENANTS Sandra Brock, Brook Anderson, Beckye Jordan, Rhonda Mitchell Jeannette Cox, Linda Muckleroy, and Sarah Strickland FRESHMAN PEP SQUAD SHOWS N.H.S. SPIRIT. ,.,-,,,-,,,,.-,.,f .4 -'n "" T?""""f'L"'.:,'..-f.,, ..l'-at 'P ' ' W A-,..,..sv ,Q " to I ,W 7 ,,...,..- - 10,4-nvlli K 9 ' -I ,,,..--v" 'I a ,,q-nl'-4, ' 'f' ,,,,,....--- K ,uni . ,,,,,....--1 H. .,gyJM-tv -v 5. 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TUCKER and SON and the FREDONIA STATE BANK F' t' 'Y r'-""r"f:ww1L-MMM ' PRESIDENT-Amy Hale CAPTAINS-Martha Vannoy, Dianna Bunch, Pat Fagan, Luella Fain, Terry Blakey X .1 KJ, sf,- .a V vi . SPONSOR-Mrs. Bass Doris Bass is the pom pom girl for 566 '67. This honor is bestowed upon the girl most representative of spirit, and Doris is worthy of the title. .51 A 1 r '- 5 45. , J,- Y' :I ', J 'aff' " i. as ':-e.fi..L"' PONLPOM GIRL This page was sponsored by ARD'S FURNITURE CO. 4I 5 . .L .I , A I V - 5.5-. 44.-. Sponsor, Mr. Vandervortg Editor, Barbara Gerberg and photographers, Clell Sparks and Roh Atherton, rest after a long day. DIVISION EDITORS: Administration-Beth Bogan Organizations-Rosemary Williams Sports-.lanis Nutt Favorites-Teddy Tucker Senior Class-Jeannette Cox, Marianne Elliott, and Tommye Adams Junior Class-Peggy Wright and Sandra Brock Sophomore Class-.lan Wright and Betty Sue Hughes Freshman Class-Candy Dewitt, Amy Hale and Kay Lohosky BOOK "N" STAFF 15.14, I ,. If if -uf X f .,, 5 , J X E? Senior section staff tries to decide which pictures to use. im.. PUT9 IN EXTRA HOURS 1,5-.1 .. 'A f Tfxrt, Administration Editor and Sports staff works on track Q9 Organization staff finishes last pages before deadline. 42 layouts. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION STUDENTS PROVE TO BE HARD WORKERS Jerry tries to count correct change. Mrs. Bass instructs students in selling techniques. Peggy wraps a present while working at Kennedy's. sf n. E 78' V. K., 'E V A Hi' 1 , fl is --fic, .T A T Q P Q will O Y .jf .qiiiw f ill s ' Y 8 :fi A 3 'N -. , jgx -, The officers are Jerry Gibson, Chris Odom, Marshall Brown, Jimmy Rogers, Danny Mora, Vickie Kelly, Karen Mixon, Teresa Poskey, and Sue Cockran. 43 X? G THLE By JULIE HICKERSON As NHS settles down to work, classes b e g i n in earnest. Teachers ease up a bit, and students begin to relaX.'I-Iere are a few excerpts from various class discussions: In one of Mrs. Patton's Eng- lish classes the other day, a certain student was trying to explain that he was reading the same book as another student. "Me and Richie are reading "Treasure lsland'," he ex- plained. Mrs.Patton, shocked at his grammatical error, asked him to correct himself. The student, embarrassed and realizing his mistake re- "Me and Richard are va' Reporters, Suzy Martin, Terry Brown Jayne Chandler Jack Yates Ronnie Cousson and. Charles Gruber, work on Write ups strate a problem on the board and was met with 2 vhoflls of "Oh, Wallyf' from For the remai: period a banteri Wally" and "Oh the air between and Mr. Pollock. 1 cries reached a lev affection which pr McLerran to come classic line as h ?he class and wonder if they're in love." ..-.,-.- .,-., 'Y' fmr The fine sports editors are Jeff Gaston and Danny Reese. Ufalll. Ulu ll- UMUC, dll!! :IIC can do it again." Mr. Stanley Henderson, in- structor of advanced math courses, has had the ill luck of being cursed with a class of "would-be" comedians. Per- haps the most prevalent clown is John Wallace newspaper and sessions are scl the moming and S0115-, gories, the All-America lications of the receive this good pictures. Yr' ,ya ram ling fhere are :our Glenda Lowery, artist and David Kolb photographer try for r 321 59 X 1 mgillw ,F IA: fifi: fx . . - . worked there . leave. When he Jgdeefxz - , -, - f fm " f' V -92 " ' ' teaching post, Y' fl iff., , , fy , L 'nmaaQ A. .,Z: QV f 9 6239'- to resign as is a native of e moved back I ars ago. During ' A as been here, f-2 . f . z 5 X' ' as ii f I ' " W 'i .. 1 tk 4 ' 's.... ,Q 1 .tA"'V .B ,Wiki N i lnsi, 'qs QT Q P ,g :J , u Q "' i m sf we Q , :.." ,, at ,sf . 'J 'rm 9' 4' ' ,ew ' w ham 1 X l , ' I These hard working reporters a Ann Willson. E nba Hickerson. her F., 51 r in iigh ghest :hool ffers FSUBS ,,-..,,......-..-- acog o es was a "' gra u- re Patsy Griffin, Fred Bright, Clara va ues unzaa. JMC Wtla SCIUCLBG Senior Girl Most Likely to Succeed and was a member of the National Honor Society. l graduate of SFA there two years ago 1. Her husband, Ben , is a teacher at the s e as wor ed as a house- e librarian, and at Williams, and ,rpenter Elementary - has a degree in nusiness teaching and can be a business teacher as well as librarian. Since Mrs. Wallace has taken over the library, a few changes have taken place. There has been some shifting of space to make room for the new books i i Debaters Prepare Waco Tournament Nacogdoches High School de- bate sauads are nrenarinz for men and sophomores for the tournaments. AUA:an7lJ41A., urxzvvranla. ua, ace Added T f At .Y Agfa ! 1 novels ffictionj have been ed to the north end of th rary instead of the shelves the librarian's office. Mrs. Wallace lives with husband and two 1 Susan, who is in the grade, and Sharon, who as that are in the library. e the fourth grade According to Mrs she loves NHS. She h no problems in getting rary arranged in the she likes best. "l enjoy a librarian and hope th will benefit from my here," states Mrs. Wal NHS To Na Poet Laure: Poets of NHS take note the annual Poet L Contest, sponsored by Scribblers Club, begins day. 8 The co-editors this year are Nancye Price, Mr. Hunt, and julie In order to choose the debate teams to represent NHS at the Baylor to Advertising, Associate, tc ler. Last N1-is A 1 Jerry Gibson, Lynette Scarborough and Jayne Chand. Any student of NHS is ble to enter the contest. and Circulation Editors are I Echo received a Superior PFOPGF b 8 l a n c e ig-agid the rating for Features, and four News and f9afUl'6S WHS Very Snorts, Front Page p ng'each by Excellent ratings on news and 8004. Feature? are very 800'-'L Headlillbs. Ph0C081'aPhy. and ratings gill C I-1.0 .Qi - X G J .4143 1,61 - Q ,www -, ' 'i.Z:..." ' , 'asf' '4 1124 Zmrmaliuuall Ennnmm Boring ti1rF-igh Srlmnl 3numali5IK N0 Nancye Price 'vw-. Danny Reese Charles Gruber- President Yvgr 1515. Barbara Gerber Julie Hickerson Patsy Griffin ,Q Leonette Scarbough Mr. Deason Hunt- Sponsor J eff Gaston A Glenda Lowery JR. F.H.A. LOOKS TOWARD FUTURE FOURTH PERIOD: President-Debbie Battleg Vice-President-Jean Blountg Secretary- Reta Ramisg Parliamentarian-Judy Hartman: Treasurer-Ann Sanford SECOND PERIOD: President-Doris Bass: Vice- Pres.-Debbie Wester: Secretary-Ion Wells: Parliamentarian-Candy DeWittg Treasurer-Carla Marshall .. v--N . N 3, 12 I.. Young homemakers enjoy Christmas party Ar. gf? ", 'L , X x FIRST PERIOD: President-Joan Chandlerg Vice-Pres.-Betty Com- manderg Secretary-Cindy Jonesg Parliamentarian-J anis Rectorg Treas- urer-Jimmie Talmadge SIXTH PERIOD President- Amy Hale: Vice-Pres.-Mari x lyn Mann: Secretary-Diana , ' Bunch g Parliamentarian- Julie Fuller: Treasurer-Deb hie Greer xgvfif WX-if Historian: Lt. Fore, 5th Vice-Pres.: K. Montes, 2nd Vice-Pres.: B. Clifton, lst Vice-Pres.: M. Ofum, Pres.: K. Witt, Treas.: C. Nutt, 4th Vice-Pres.: D. DeWitt, Par1.: K. Wages, 3rd Vice-Pres.: B. Paulk Sewing a straight seam is not as easy as it looksf MEMBERS LEARN HOMEMAKING SKILLS 5- il ' 5 1 ifml rss E M , if ..,,f,. V A I N , N K In 1' 1 'bltv L -I 5 X ' 5 A 5 ' " L f. 2 S' ' 5' ' N .xg J I 'lla-If V I ' Let's get busy girls! FHA'ers plan menu for next meal. 48 The thread broke. Whafll we do? The eight purposes of F.H.A. are: to promote growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking, ,,,,. to emphasize the importants of worthy homemembership, to encourage democracy in home and community life, to work for good homes and family life for all. They also strive to promote international good will, to foster the de- velopment of creative leadership, to provide wholesome in- dividual and group recreation, and to further interest in I home economics. qw 1 n , In - 4 2 Q Sponsors, Mrs. Giller and Mrs. Frizzel, demonstrate looking methods. l l M A K f R f i 5 CL' x X l if ' 'Za . 5 fggf- 2 2 lL.W ill Q 2 I - 5' 46 O ,' 44,0 'WO' NE W YV' Scoter Spence helps prepare for Christmas party. 2 1 Kaye Witt knows the value of taking care of her clothes. Debbie DeWitt finishes cleaning up after baking. FUTURE FARMERS WIN NATION . K! X, yfw J EOLD EMBLEM AWARD IN KANSAS CITY' Mr. Walker H, f fve- Mr. Alders 06611 EAST rex 5 N-5 2 I I I ' 412 l 1 Q5 ,P-L1 s Aww l sf Q -Hp I A Itexqbgl 5 I 5 ' 1 5591 5 ar +7".,wg,. A rt 9 fi, Q5 W v l A 'll' 9 QQUQ, mf xi rid The Nacogdoches Delegation at the state conventlon in Austin CllSpldy1Ilg their Gold Emblem Chapter Award M ER s FAR ,N Or THE NATIONAL A' TF' STUDYING VOCATIONAL oRGANlzAnoN Fon sovs "-We AGRICULTURE Future Farmers have won the Gold Emblem Award this year. These boys have always done well at the County Fair. This year many boys won first place in cattle division. The secretaries this year are Judy Long and Peggy Arriola. F .F.A. is the key to our future. 1 4 4 OFFICERS: left lo right-Ken Arriola, Larry Cloudy, Jerzy Perrite, Gary Muckleroy, Edsel West, Wayne Hopson, not shown Tommy Hamilton- xflv 604 Typzst Judy Long lk 1 1 . -T 41,1 .. tsl., aj., W "f7,'i' 50 Parliamentarian. Typisl-Peggy Arriola 5' Q WI ' . ,. l l . V l 1' f' li A ll F 51421, I, f 1 . . - - - 4. wif ..f . ' , - A ' :l 'i'l'f 'Vprj' 'Ig ' K if' wr y, ,gf iw ,ky at -. W e ws' A A sg!-fre ln F ff - Ula? ?Lfg'6E:,?iGS" ' g l .QU I ! ll T u If lily lf Q rf 1 i 1- g5:b,wilq3: H ' I ' If 1' 975' flee ' M. ' , ll 5-5 xv A z, ,A V. Q if . F ff? J I N, , l A M J I z , 7' fi , Q mi f Bovs ELECT QWEETHEARTQ , as pf e fr ' t A n if ,, , J. es 'R , , A i J, Vkgfq..-if SHEERIE HENSON Senior, Sheerie Henson, was chosen by the members of F.F.A. in the fall of '66, Sheerie is one of the twirlers of our hand. The boys of F.F.A. are proud to call her their Sweetheart. 52 BRENDA BOATMAN The F.F.A. boys have chosen as one of their ,66-'67 sweethearts Brenda Boatman, a sophomore. Brenda is not only an asset to the club but also to her class. KK: 5 off QM' Bxnxwg FUTURE TE SENIOR MEMBERS OBSERVE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HE 'TJ Linda Scott enjoys observing at Raquet School. 54 President, Nancye Price, calls business meeting to order. Interesting, well qualified ers present programs. DF AMERICA Future Teachers is a professional or- ganization designed to encourage those interested in a teaching career. The group i has guest speakers during the year who present information on different areas of ' the teaching profession. They also observe methods in local elementary schools. l l l , y X w lx 1 ' Q I N V -. . - .iff -. 4 wily A. f ' K. r 'ff xwfv t :Q L2 'HC' - f , 1-in - 3 -4 I Sponsors, Mrs. Pulsipher and Mrs. Burrows, lead members ioward a worthy profession. JUNIOR CHAPTER PLANS FOR FUTURE! OFFICERS: A 447' ' ,,. Sponsors-Mr. Perry and Mrs. Nichols President-Danny Reese Vice-President-Jody Stripling Secretary-Wendy McKewen T reasurer-Patti Alexander ,.'f- - '4 JUNIOR HISTORIANS A cLuB T0 srunv AND MAKE HISTORY i f A 9 5 This year the members of W.S.P. presented three one act plays. They are High Window, This Property Is Con- demned, and The Bathroom Door. Prima Donna, Linda Mills, cannot understand why her husband would kill himself. 5 -'W' li t .im ' 5 1 fn: :. 5.531 I. E 1 01 V .. 35' 1 . , :TEE A S .. . .I . t , r Yi M se " .. . 'f E K .Q ft 'mx r :Q 'Q A w Willy, Jaime Brannon, and Tom, Homer Tindall in This Property Is Con demned. 'E , :Nazi g Z , sh.: , 5 z I 1 Q? ,I ' . , '-ajgg, -sei , . f?SWf2?:"QL1 QV fs 1 M :w wf -ez M ' 1Hs'iF':f1i-J'wQi IB' . fa:ai1w111k1-df'-is QMS? J 4 ezawawwii 51 4,5 ff 'iw +2395 ifneetsffig, tggsfggggageg 15.3 , iz! :sez Hef'-f"5 ti" + 'er'1g1'A'1, . 235 Ig.-.,g.55g 'ffl 1 751 r 53' s s ,r NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Ji ix fm ' 5 Clell Sparks, Henry Leonard, Tom Senff, Frank Follis, Deborah Senff, Sylvia Stripling, A 59 Adams Arriola Bradshaw Blacksher Brice Bright Cummings Elliot Hayden Hjckerson NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Y ,Q S E. Ingram -5 ' i Keul 9 X Kolb W VX 4 McKneely 5 L Mora Ohlsson Oliver Pitts Price Reese Rich Rogers Sanford Scarborough No honor conferred by the school exceeds that of mem- Wilson bership in the National Honor JUNIORS Socie . This socie i looks Bullock 'V , 'Y Christain upon education as a total Covin product measured by the four Elliot . . . dlmenslons of hfeecharacter, leadership, and service. Fouis Q A 1. , Mathews L , sigiiiqi' gi f a , ' 'V ' Montes 5 .JJ K T ' I Q V. I5 5 Pollock ' 8 .MM Prichard .. al . A 5, ii K. A' .. ,X 555. 'W . X 152 '5 "ii s . , fbi g Rogers i Q. , sf ' Sanford V5 ' in J' r . sem g g if g , ,Y Sparks I ' f'f'K Stripling i V 1 i . s - f. " N I Y-z"'., 'P '4 1 0 ' Y F 5 , ' 4 Walker given:-Je Secretary, Julie Hickerson and Witt' K. Vice-President, Mike Cummings talk with Miss Grant. President Bill Wilson and Miss Grant work together for the good of the organization. We see the meaningful ceremony of a new member, being greeted into the club by an old member. As old members are reminded of the honor of the club, new members are announced at the annual National Honor Society-assembly. Q, '. if my is .- . "' Clif -' -. .AM ' '- IVR 1+ , W f La 2 to ag ,Jk 252425 . 54, 3 N :U Q it fi 5 Excited members talk during National Honor Sol POET LALIREATE SEARCH FOR PURPOSE by Patsy Ann Griffin I question myself: Why bother with Life? Our modern world is complex, thwarted, cold. How convenient to blame this sphere of strife With my dissatisfaction, thoughts of doubt! Everything's been speeding on without me. It,s time to shed this great impassive role And strive to soften grim society. My world is what I make it. That's the goal! No-dreaming noble deeds won't prove my worth Nor standing still. I owe mankind a debt. There's work to do. Yes, I'll succeed, Young Earth By giving hope and love to all. And yet- A span of li.fe's not long enough to grace The Future's struggling soul with one embrace. SCRIBBLERS INTEREST STUDENTS IN WRITING The purpose of the Scribblers Club is to promote creative writing among high school students. To accomplish this aim, various programs are presented during the year, often by the members themselves or by guest speakers. The group also engages in such activities as the entering of National Essay and Poetry Contest, the sponsoring of an annual poet laureate contest, the writing of a children's book to present to the local hospital, and the pre- senting of a worthwhile book to the school library. Often the Scribblers join together to write a poem of special interest, and this year they have begun a-column in the school newspaper. The club's motto is: Essays, poems, stories, plays-On any subject, new or triteg It matters not: our purpose whole, Our sole ambition is-To Write! X., r diary.. "" 'f ,fm .Y we if , M. .vQ3aka5gkv ii' fffi.m23.w Officers: Charles Gruber-Par1.g Patsy Griffin-Sec.g Henry Leonard-Pres.g Sponsor: Mrs. Patton Jean Ohlsson-Program Chairmang Frank Follis-Rep. 63 . , gf rf t. 'Q Tug b gui . ' X Q 3 53 .. fi M'k. y KLWE 72,51 'EQ.L :ii 4 lffg sx ,Ny , A '- H , N an I 3 A ' ,- gf JL A if x - I ., 44 W 4 QA, X 5 T, qx gf jay . f f 4 if e f ,. l Y , 3, 5 5' N Jw. ai' X ' g I F7 Q3 3 s , v ' F stu- . y Q . f Q 5 . ', A 4 T G 1 H ,',, 1Fwl:f..5f7r:g -nv-gfvr lc ,,",r. ,, ,. ," ' v 13, "IH, - " 'T ki - f'T 'I'p?' km 5 1 '? 2 ' 1? My " A CAPELLA CHOIR , mf! 1-'ff 1.46.1 .., . Director: Mr, Long gingr, Holger Tindall was chosen as All-State on mem er. 64 gs? il X V: rw.. f xl 3 A 'K' b- I . ti . -'wr' 'ull "' ' V ms, K f ' r 1 nv gy - .. U rye X ' 'Q X " v 1 5 A . X , 32 s 5-I Q it 5 ? g , Q ' , fi. . PR' CHOIR - eff f r 'W v I, J A Capella Choxr Offlcers: Elizabeth bulhva Pres.g Bill Stewart, Vice-Pres.g Carol Eaton, Sec Evelyn Weatherly, Treas. GIRL'S CHOIR ftfif ij.,5f.i .A Y w,ll 53 is y r ' Qi e riff r 'ftiifif tl t 'ae , t , y 7 6- r , ' I - - ,. .f 5 r' - i gf: fe All-Region Choir Members: Jerry Dement, .Timmy Rogers, Bill Stewart, and Frankie Scroggins A yn "Q A j .A rs - i y. 1 , n ' x - 'llf ' A , 1' 11, ef 1, qt 4-2! ' ,,-1-,, ,,TDa':':,..s,j Et.Il Zz, x m , 3 xf f Q Q 5 s K I -s. ,M 1, LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS wr sts 9 , it le , W' -vs. J L3 aft lg it gf X, , 1. line: Brice, Jordan, Lovell, Hayden, Pritchard, Pitts, Brock 2. line: Alexander, McKewen, Long, Scarborough, Elliot, Iverson 3. line: Christian, Wright, Cox, Pittman: Gonzales, Walker, Chandler Griffin, 4. line: Senff, Wallace, Mizel, Goodrum, Gaston, Adams Officers work hard with sponsor to-plan interesting meetngs. They are: Janet Walker, Presidentg Nancye Price, Vice-President, Pam Lovell Secretary: Marianne Elliott, Treasurer, 'Tom Gaston, Reporter. The French Club was or- ganized this year as a study of French history and culture and to give French students prac- tice in using the language. 67 3 5 x x IV I . A I . 4 9 Q, 'Q' mf 1 ' 'V Wi. - f ' " T 4 " ., ' N' A, f W '55 Q H9 f'9ff,z 1 J f" ff S ' .V hl z i F .X ' 2 1 53. Q an Q iQ D , 4' n 'fn , vkM,'1 u ll .,. ,.. l ' A a ' Igxtgkxg, X ' 541H.s,,,,,QJ,u' K, . a Ni L- -V , I ' ' A '- 'g n.'i'.-.Lf "ik, Q f f ' , S W H ' A--we ,gx L v ' -K-Q.. " -1 , " N-f -. ' I . A ,,. x , K ' ,, ww 4. V v. ' X ,, f x . 3' - . iv, 3 . x,.,, an AV.. -1 ' 3, . Q,.,.,x K ,ig , U my N KMA ..,. if ' . W g, 4, I X f K Ax "G,-""9f.7'1:x ,'ffl92w,.:.,Q Ji- , 47? " -xfsw., ' ' ' - . A 'W-' 4 ,.- ,..- A, X I- x K f , X -fu' 4 f uf, ". x ,f - '-f' ,, xh' . x . , H Q X V CHRISTIAN . Q.TuDENT f- U.NION 1 5 13755 ' "Sing make a joyful sound, Sing life in Christ is found" fffn SOLOIST n f wg 'qv Hitting the right cord is important. 14944-az? SPEAKER iam SPORTS D El J N . . . THE WORLD OF CHARACTER AND COMPETITION , r S 1 Sf? gg, I i N- 'ffl N ,Q 4 Q I f, X vb: U ' igldwb , x wx , ,tg-'I'-3fQ"'f:5 4 V . V mg , . ' ., xgwgwk 42" m 5 w fn- "1 , J.. f , , V. .ff it "i'f?f,'T6':,?:3, f ' 1' v vig'-"9 'Y 'S Qzewj-' ' n"2'3?f?'i56 : . Ml 'Qs 15 9' LV' bk , ,. q . H "Nev , , . .vv A .A 33 - w XJ-an . M 0 Y -.,.., . 4 -. . . 43- ,. Mwww., x Y , . . , gf' ff' z.433.""' , :sy 1' ?,.:'lf,, w.. fxfll 5 . jxfw-f3,Q. m"'12P- , yy W3 fi. .., Q ,few Y A ,, it K taiwkkk? .X..T:4. KK F, 'img 51 , fi' flex, . A .L A . V . ., . , .. 2 . kstjuzh 'W,x Q3 F 717 jf 14" B3 45" iM4"?""4ih"?92'!I,LEL?' A '9M iff' 9' '23 mr 'ZS' 34 ,L , awp- fs. . L B461 EPQ U '55 Qi 'rv ef Q. 32 f' 30494 EU 528 9? 7.91 EEE? 'KX 'K .Q ' , W ,mg on 4, x ig 319551 ,-Q. ai 'x Q 6 I:.Xi fy DISTRICT CHAMPS Q12 ., vs B Coach Mathews Head Coach Coach Prince Coach Murray Coach Shows Coach Nichols Coach Harris Coach Johnston 74 Q 7' F fag! -2 59359 f x'?2'.: 1 f wa N k 1 . e ,T 5 in nt ,- , C V'-45 i 6 65,15 V : f,' . f W ' I T '- 1. 2 x,W,, . an fi V A M... ,- 1- 'if' , 'V' 5 M . M J' N' f-iii ' W ' J" 9 V, ,, wg: 3 ' 2535 ' 'Mr fi 5 : ' ' lv 1, t Q 'H' Y A it of iifgf' . 5, . ,M if ? 'E ' , 3 , ' ' 535' 2 E I ' 9 , , 4 ' 4 ' ' 5535 ' . '. . . -fi " ,Qi ' i W Q X V.: J, ' x gl, ,' f' ,. I my H' Ronnie Coussons Alan Still Benny DeWitt DeWITT WILSON YATES J. EASTERLY LEE BAILEY LOWERY TALLEY DILL LOFTIN BROWN .IOHANSSON REESE V. REESE D. PRICE STILL SMITH GREEN BOBO COUSSON S VANNOY POLLOCK ASTON HANEY ALLEN LUN A CARPENTER BRADFORD PRECELLO DAVIS MEDLEY HAMILTON COOPER YATES D. STONE PICKARD ALL DISTRICT BENNY DeWITT RANDY PRICE Offensive, Defensive Defensive MARK TALLEY RONNIE COUSSONS Defensive Offensive This page sponsored by the NACOGDOCHES FEED COMPANY HONORABLE MENTION BILL WILSON JOHNNY LOWERY Offensive, Defensive 0ffCI1SiVC ALAN STILL CHARLES VANNOY Defensive Defensive I: BILLIWILSON MARK TALLEY J IM LOFTIN CHARLIE VANNOY Senior Senior Senior Senio? Left Tackle Half Back Guard Half Baick D , c 9 H T A R M I P C Q T I'1.l, show them, and boy will they be sorry!! ! 78 Hamilton guards Davis as Davis tries for a touchdown. DRAGONS 21 BULLDOGS 0 Dragons defeated the Jasper Bulldogs for their sea- son opener. H. B. Davis made a 71 yd. punt and scored. Vincent Luna got the hall at the Jasper 3 yd. line. QB: Price took off on a sneak and hit paydirt. F.B. Coussons made a 52 yd. drive to hit the goal line. RANDY PRICE BENNY DeWlTT Senior Senior Q.B. Center ',, 'K Stix. 03 A 4 J- Q, 5, .yfxrf . Nun' Time out? I DRAGONS 54 ROUGHRIDERS 8 Impressive offensive action too in paydirt tallies as the Dragons utilized the airways, the gridiron and stolen passes to chalk up the yardage. Bobo took 25 yds. for a T.D.g Pollock passed 8 yds. to Lowery for a T.D.g two passes from Pollock to Bronsell for a T.D.g and Vannoy pass interception and a 77 yd. drive,for the T.D. JOHN BRONSELL ALAN STILL Senior Senior End Guard Qgfw' ' X 5 '2""f-y- f-as-A "' 'uf , -H. i.,,,,,..g .vi A 'Q 'ani JOHN LOWERY RONNIE COUSSONS JOHN JOHNSSON MIKE ASTON Senior Senior Senior Junior End F.B. H.F. End WE PRACTICE HARD W' N O O I OR LOSE l Dragons Jasper Dragons Huntsville Dragons Lufkin Dragons Center Dragons Kilgore Dragons Jacksonville Dragons Pine Tree Dragons Palestine Dragons Henderson Dragons Carthage Dragons Ennis, BOBBY DAVIS Junior Qin' . , 1 if W' N-gil' 'e 'S 3 NS.. BILL POLLOCK funior Q.B. '-Q-qua v Anxlous moments during the game Dragons went all the way to gain the D1StI1Ct Champlonshlp in ras. X Ogg 'N' "' 'mm 5 BART ALLEN GLENN COOPER JIMMY CARPENTER JOHN BOBO Junior Junior Junior Junior Guard End Tackle H.B. DRAGONS 54- CENTER 8 Scoring almost at will through the air, on the ground and on stolen passes, the Dragons put on the most impressive of- fensive show in recent years as even the reserves came through to build up the score. The Dragons scored two touchdowns in each of the periods despite the game ef- forts of the outmanned Rough Riders to stop them. DRAGONS 12 KILGORE 6 Dragons jumped to a 6-0 lead from the opening kickoff when Mark Talley raced 85 yards for a touchdown. With the ball on the 2 yard line, Pollock gave it to full- back Ronnie Coussons who plowed through the line to paydirt. Leading ground gainers were Pollock and Coussons. Leading in de- fensive scoring were Coussons, Aston, and Talley. ralley! Seniors yell at pe :4 xv, ff .Ll 5, 4, ,- A gk 1 ,yan vs., V r If ' -A Q, , .' H 7 JIM MILSTEAD BILL STEWART TOMMY HAMILTON ARCHIE HAN EY Junior Junior Junior Junior H.B. Tackle Guard Tackle DRAGONS 6 BULLDOGS 7 Carthage Bulldogs upset the Dragons in Carthage. The Dragons, though could have been looking a hit toward next week's bi- 'district playoff, the Dragons really had command of the contest. - Str-e-e-e-etch! DRAGONS 25 PIRATES 14 It was a hard time for the Dragons during the opening minutes of the crucial contest as Pine Tree recovered a Dragon fumble and made short work of getting the ball to the pay dirt for the opening score. The second half belonged to the Dragons. Mark Talley scored 30 points in the defensive de- partment. Aston had 29 points, DeWitt had 19 points, Johansson was credited with 13, Cooper had 17. Luna, Wilson, and Precella each had 15. SAM MEDLEY DAVID YATES JAMES RUDD VINCENT LUNA Soph. Junior Iunlor funzor End Guard til xg Nv- . gn., ,f a ""' 1 ,jx ...av 3',.vfi .V my ,. STINGING BEE'S 'P 'Q . Joann' ..,,,,,, gg' L 4. I,--. f 'K fi 2 1' - , V 'W-7 1, ,' I 1 .- 1 7 1 Q- 1- 1 , GUY BATTLE ROGER DAVIS KEN ARRIOLA MARK WILSON RICHARD WRIGHT . - 5 I SY ."""',' 2213- f 'SQ . ,.a-5.-. -A34-4. ,. . 7 ,. ..... K ,, , JOHNNY WEAVER taser ,. JOHNNY KEY 'luis Q 1 ARTHUR SMITH gi. 'N- ff- Ni, ' DAVID KOONCE TOM TAYLOR MARK NICHOLS CHIP MATTHEWS JERRY EASTERLY was . ,....', ,AQ .amd .Af-fj',. 'N I 41 f , A 2- , G i .X Mr Ivy I- 1 1 LARRY HOPPER DALE NORRIS ALLEN SMITH TOM PRUITT yki K, ,ii Q 74351 '91-'Q A fx 'QI Qi f A 'al H DICKEY JOHNSON LYNN LAIRD JOHN WOODS STEVE LEE YX Ap. - 1' I ,Ag "' 6' 'J Alf!! 'X " 25' , I Q , ' r xv ' .... I 4 Xxx f r "" 'zu . W 'iv vxj ' - ' ' . .-fic QVWSEA - K 5 xwx In'-Hr' I x Q RICHARD SHORT GARY MIZELL I A 33 1 FRESHMEN DRAGONS 'EI' FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS 1' f, f 1 U. L V7 ku. fifrx , E 3 ' CANDY DeWITT DEBBIE WESTER KAY LABOSKEY MOLLY ALLEN This page sponsored by BUD TAYLOR I-uni VARSITY IEERLEADERQ ANN TAYLOR LINDA AXLEY BECKY ALEXANDER Senior Senior SCIli0T Head Cheerleader LYNN BOUSMAN PATSY JOHNSON SUE HUGHES Junior Junior SOPIIOHIOIC - Spectators? Get off my back"' 6 41" SpLritfsJ? Q QWEETHEART , T- ' A I. L . ,ff -f . 1. M . 1. I. . ga ey 1 k 5 'A 'x'.:4fQfT'., . 5 1,1 V, A Q ,422 sf JANIS NUTT DUCHESS OF JIM LOFTIN JANE ELLIOTT DUCHESS OF CHARLIE VANNOY PATSY JOHNSON DUCHESS OF BENNY DeWITT I 1-533 tag ,gig 'Q Q, ies? 5, ANN TAYLOR DUCHESS OF RONNIE COUSSONS LYNDA SCHMIDT DUCHESS OF WILLIAM LEE WENDY McKEWEN DUCHESS OF RANDY PRICE DLICHEQSES SUE HUGHES DUCHESS OF MARK TALLEY Www? 'fs-s., MARDA DeWlTT DUCHESS OF JOHN JOHANSSON BECKY ALEXANDER DUCHESS OF JOHN BRONSELL - ANNE FRENCH DUCHESS OF JOHNNY LOWERY -,..,f'fX JANICE BLACKSHER DUCHESS OF BILL WILSON The 1967 Football queen and her court lead off first dance 7.7 Ax , S, J .SF TERRY BROWN Senior Captain NORMAN KEUL Senior . I1 Y' 1 , 'F . if X NJN iii- COACH JOHNSTON BENNY DeWITT Senior Captain DALE GREEN DANNY REESE Senior Senior XUM an ., '99 '3?i4W"?2T- '1 211433 , w ' M 4? Em. gil' 4. . ,A 2- .. ' in , eq ir. ,V I YQ? 4 1 .-.. , K ANDY DILL Senior ISTRICT CHAMPS JERRY PERRITT Senior CHARLES STOCKWELL DAVID SMITH Senior Senior BILL STEWART BEN 'COVIN Junior Junior x, " 4: .. Nye WXJK ,9'. 'R x x. ' 'T -- K jx, BILL POLLOCK Junior Brown makes two: Dragons take a break during Lufkin game! U4 MIKE ASTON Junior N X :JS 'S'- Dragons gain two points: Keul jumps for ball: Xl Dragons try for jumpball: Ball inv jeopardy for the team Starting players for '66-'67 'N f I N K Q XI 1A K 2 I - , 1 Q V .T',lf'f: ' ' 'l?Y'?F'-il"Plll0l?ti- I R, , I , I f I ' 4 j J ,gl I m 4, L I I .30 I I 1 C. 1 I m: Mike Moses, Terr Hillin, Harold Muckleroy, Rusty Thomas Y Coach Swann, Roger B g n, Ir M tes, R dy Sitt Alford Smith, K FRESHMEN WIN DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP VOLLEYBALL ' .1 4- , A. fm l f v' -1 . , lr 1 4 ' O , i,1 " 'I h VI, 1:1 .Ir FX for xii LA A A, X L if . 41 ,ng-2 f-qi-' , L K, ' .' f S 'ia 2235 4 'Tb 'W , S V - - . Q5 Q, . A , ' 1 sv, .X , Q ,Q ,U V ' f-1: ., A , iv J O I - 0' A . 4 A xiii I , .rx VIQQZ, fX YA f' A ' X12 Li F5 1. W' .L S if KN ll . ,Q We H - xg , O -2' , , . 5255 ,., , . 'f N 1 ,Z f: , ' Cf? 1 Q , 7 .,,.g'? 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N .H-S MOST BEAUTIFUL and MOST Charlie Vannoy Ann Taylor Gary Hudman RU N N E RS- U P MOST INTELLECTUAL Jean Ohlsson Mike Cummings SENIORS BEST ALL AROUND Tommye Adams Alan Still PERSONALITY PLUS Beckye Jordan Benny DeWitt SENIOR-MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Jeanette Cox RUNNERS-UP FRIENDLIEST MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Lynn Coussons Keith Rice Martha Vannoy Charles Gruber RUNNERS-UP CUTEST Mark Nichols Molly Allen , i BEST DRESSED WITTIEST Mark Talley Deborah Senff Carol Childers Jeff Hale RUNNERS-LIP 5 5 . I Y MOST TALENTED Glenda Lowery Bill Stewart X l25 l -asf! ir., ' ' "!' 'I' 1 '-1' mg,-' :.-' -- "f N' 'f' - I 9 na.-nn. . ,,, ,J- -tm t .,,,. -.., O A-419 i iii :S :A-.,. .um ,Ji ' asa ' -, . 9 X ug 'n 'xgfvf E . . . 'W 2- 'Bs ff? 1? E -"v" .gi 0 ' ... ., faq: lg-35,--'r:f.':x.-, ' ii-Zgxi ,g ,., 'gl 'ffrrlf-2',Q.'r.g,' ' .,. 4: - v Q "-lf' 1 Q . 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'28 Division Editors--Jeannette Cox, Marianne Elliott, Tommye Adams SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS: Patton, Lillian Donahoe, Geneva pher, Larry Perry, Clois Walker, Stanley Henderson. SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES NERS-UP are Linda Axley and Coussons I", ' C' L l . ,,--, , Q ,4--an i. Z 1 l Q 'H il . 2 ff ,S 3 if 5 3 ,I ' ri -f 1 ' ww fi 1,523 . ga., 3 W4 4? wh? 44's-gk, 0 Q ,.,,., , nn.. 'n.xn-uy,1.,,. 4, .Y ,,,,, :ff Q., F-'fy' ,it -- -. as Y 7 ADAMS, TOMMYE GLYN WSP-I, 2, 3, FTA-1, 2. 39 CSU-49 Glee Club Pres. -49 Honor Sofietyg Scrib- bIers9 Spanish Club-I An- nual StaIfA2, 3, 49 Sr, Ed- imr Pep squad-2, 3, 4, Lieut.-3: Capt.-49 Pom Pom Girl-33 Football Dueli- ess-29 Student Council-4 ARRIOLA, PECE JOSEPHINE Honor Society 3, 49 Stu- dent Council-1, 2, 49 WSP -3, 45 FHA-1, 2, 39 Sec. -1, 29 2nd vice Pres, ag FFA Typist-4-9 FTA-19 NFL-1: Voice of Democ- racy 3rd place-3 l30 ALEXANDER, BECKY LEIGH Cheerleader 1, 4, sf. Best All Around-Football Durh- ess-4: WSP-29 FTA-2, 3, 4: FHA-19 French Club -49 Spanish Club-Ig Duch- ess-19 Office Asst,-3, 4: Girl's Choir-4: Trcas.-45 Student Council-49 Whcfs Who Q.-,J ,-gs... ,I 'rfwgf ALLEN PATRICIA ANDERSON, GLENDA ANGLE, DON ANN FAY DECA-4 Volleyball 3, 4, ws?-2, 3, FTA-3, FHA-3, officer- Jr. Historians-39 An Club -4 SENIORS '67 AXLEY, LINDA DEAN Jr, Hasmim-3, FTA-3, 49 Miss NHS-49 Personal- ity Plusffl, 45 Cheerleader -l, 2, 3, 49 Favoritwl BAILEY, WILLIAM BAILEY, MARY BAILEY, ROLAND HOWARD LOUISE An club-49 Football Bas Track-1, 2, 3, 49 '-N" As- 1-'HA-1, FTA-3, 4, Pep kf'bH1111FFA socialism 3, 49 Szudenz Squadf2, 3: Jr. Historians Councilg4 Q""11 -1 wb-4 -Q0 rv BARRINGTON, JOE M. Track-3 BRADSHAW, SUE STRINCER Jnnnnr Transfer Pnn Arn: Pep Squad: clnnr, l-lnnnrs Day Award W-11.04 I," en...- BELL, BOBBY DOSS Baskezball-3 BRICE, DONNA LOUISE me r : 2' wesgigg I nn ,Y 3, BLACKSHIRE, .IANICE SUE Pep Squadf2, 3, 43 Pan Am Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Sec.- 3g Treas.-35 French Club- 4g FTA-2, 3, 45 Pres.-45 Student Council-43 CSUA3, 45 Volleyball-Mgr. 35 Jr. Hiszfag Girls Choir-43 Honor Society-45 Football Duchess-45 Wiltirst-15 Who's Who -v' I if Sn H-sry., .., new fxmo.- -- ,vm Nb! BOGAN, ELIZABETH NELL FHA-1: WSP-3: Pep Squad' 2, 3, 41 Llcnl.-25 Capt,-3, 4: Runner-up lr. Favorileg sr. lunge Likely an Surcecd: Sturlz-nt Coun- cil-2, 3, 4: Annual slan- 2, 3, 4, Adrnlnlslrnnnn Ed. -3, 4 WERE LEADERS BRIDWELL, CARMEN JANE Pep Squadf2g 3, 4, cnpr, Band-l, 2, ,a, 4: Uniform -4, Pan Arn-1, 2, French Club-45 FTA-2, 3, 4: FHA-1 g Scribblers-23 Ir. Hssr.-3: Girl clrnlr-4, vlrn.Prnn.-4, Annual Staff -sg Honor sneanfy-3: Duchess-3: onlmndang Student in English-3. Commiuee- 4. BRIGHT, FRED NOVELL WSP-2, 3, 43 Vice4pres.- 41 Runner-uh Witticsl-2 Winil-sl-3, 4: Soph. Class Pres. Honor snelely-3, 4: Youth Center Bnnreg nl-haze Team-1, 2. up in. ,ff Q 1-A... .nm BOOKER, LORE'I'I'A FTA-lg Trans,-Jr. year CSU-4 BRONSELL, JOHN Foolball-4: HN" Associa tion-4: Pan Am Club-1 Track44. . -14 In I3I ca ,f Bless you . . . bless you all. E BROWN, LEE 4 MARSHALL M x FFA-1, 2,5 Basketball-2: DECA-'5gt. at Arms-4. BROWN, TERRY MARCUS M051 Handsome-2, a, 4: All Dist.--Baseball-35 All Dist. basketball-33 Basket- hall-2, 3, 41 Baseball-2, 3, 49 Track-3, 45 Golf-3, 43 Junior Treas.g "N" Associa- iiim, when Who WERE THE BEST FROM HERE TO HEAVEN BURK, JUDITH ANN l I O BURKE, MICHAEL BURT, JAMES BYRD, LARRY CALDWELL, CASPER, GORDON LYNN vo. Ag.-1, 2, 3, 4. FFA-lg Bind-2, Q as lsr GERALD DON LEE DECA-4: chairman riim. Division UIL Marching con- Office Am-3, 4: consume, cial commiiiee-4 ""-2' 3 Mani Award-3 ifvv iYf"rf' I32 ,"5' ,.. ,, rrff . .3 ,4- Mod CHANDLER, LINDA .IAYNE br Vx... CHANDLER, CHANNEL, LARRY MICHAEL Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 45 Dra- gon Echo-Exchange Editor -45 Jr. Historians-33 FTA -2 3 4' FHA-I, 23 Frgnch ,C1ubL1 A CLIFTON, HELEN L. FHA-lg Pep Squad-2. .F Vu.. 'H COCHRAN, JANET SUE DECA-4, rms.-4, A Cap- peu. Choir-2, 3, 4g swam council-1. FFA SENIOR CLASS F" i song. OF '67! COUSSONS, RONALD LOUIS Football-2, 3, 4-5 Captain -45 Track-2, 3, 45 Soph. Favorite Junior Favorite Runner-up, "N" Association -2, 3, 4, Dragon Echo-4, COX, JEANNETTE ELLEN Pep Squad-I, 2, 3, 4, See. -45 FHA-lg Pan Am Club -2, FTA-2, 3g BDok"N" Staff-2, 3, 4, Sr. Editor: Corres. Sec. Student Coun- cil-3g I-'TA Treas.-3: Jr. Historians-35 Class Pnl.- lg Runner-up I-'riendliestA 3: Runner-up Most Likely to Succeed-4, Football Sweet- heart-4g Office Asst.-1. Who's Who. Seniors vote to choose "Bo CUMMINGS, MICHAEL Student Council-2, 3, 4 Bandfl, 2, 3, 4: V.-Pres -a, 4, Pnrl. Junior Class Honor Society-3, 43 V Pres.-43 Who's Who rn Free" as their class SENIORQ WERE CHALLENGED J vt 'Nall' "wwf-r DANIELS, JIMMY DEMENT, RONNIE DESHAZO, LARRY DeWITI', BENARD UUDGEJ RAY LAMAR JOHN Meat Talented Rtlttttetmp-IQ, Speech-2, 3, 4, FFA-1, 2, ve. Ag.-25 Chapter Famer. A Football-3, 4, All Dlet ls Team Letterman- w4g A Basketball-3, 4 l Ttaelt-l. A Track-3, 4, Parl, sen- ior Class: "N" Association -3, 4-5 B Fo0tbal1f2g Run- ttet-ttp-Petaettallty Pltta-4, t A b Cap am Foot all team-43 A11-East 'Texas-4 3 Wllo's Who DHl,ANDREW DHlDN,TOMMYCL DREWERY, DUKE,DENYSLEE DOWRY SANDRA FAYE 1131-51,1 2.Dg. t:I,ILAg11ge T t . - , gran g st lv. ools: 3fmfiil-f""",tX3ItZ'I?.f,TLT Efitfa, if 4' A CaPPe"" g2t5j3e,jj'5gg1'ciQ2?5ij Ttaelt-3, 4: Basketball 4 dim Leads'-3, 4: Jr: His, lorians-35 Uniform ctew- 4. SAO DeWITT, RICHARD ALBERT WSP-3, 45 American Wa ter Skiing Assoc,-FFA-1 Parliamentary Procedure-I EASTERLY, JIMMY EARL Track-2, 3, 4, Choir-43 '-N" Association-2, 3, 41 Baseball 2, 3, 4. I34 fx - ' , W'-au, ,-s EATON, CAROL L. mshman Class Reporxnrg FTA-3. 4: Pep Squad-2, 3, 4, FHA-4, choir 2, 3, 4, Se FLEMING, .f 7 V10-' hi . 41' QQVW-2.f'.i' ' Mlm! ,gag 4 sqm ELLIOTT, MARIANNE FTA-2, 3, 4, smaem cu-in. cil-lg FHA-1 2, Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4g vm Pres. -4, Annual Staff-1, 2, 3, 4, Class Editor-1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Historians-23 ofnw As. -1, 2, French ci-ii,-4 Treas.--lg Honor simply - 3, 4, A Cappella c.-4 FORE, LYNDA D. DONALD ROY Pep Squad-3: FHA-1, 2. 3, 4, Historian-43 .331 -" A 'l,i':'s" gp- ELLIS, SANDRA KAY FHA-2, 3, 4, I-'TA-4 FORMAN, SUSAN MAHLON FTA-1, 2, 3, 45 Pan Am Club-1, 2, French Club- -lg Student Councilvl, 45 WISP-1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4g Capt.-3, 45 Pres.-4, Cliecrleaderilg Poet Laureatwlig Scribblers -2, 35 Annual Staff-1, 2. 3, 4, sr. Editor-4 v vv EVANS, MARGIE RUTH FOWLER, FLO ANN FHA-15 CSU-3, 4g A Cap- pvlla Choir 4 Xi' FAULKNER, LATHON P. Football-lg FFA-1, 2, 3, 4, Delegate to sim con. vention-3g crm. limi Judging Team FRENCH, KATHERINE ANNE FHA-25 FTA-2, 3, 4, Pep squad-2, 3, 4, An Club- 4, WSP-2 Office Asst.- lg Football Duchess--4 3' 44- xy 'V F43 r S Seniors spent long hours studyingf?J "Wham that Aprille with his shouriis sooti-5 . . ." l35 GIBSON, GAIL LYNN Pep Squad-2, 35 I-'HA-I, 2, 3: GARRISON, MARK SMITH ilzootbiallh Mgr.-2, 3: MNH Eiifgfgnon-2, 3g Dxagon GASTON, JOHN EDWIN FREDERICK swarm Council-2, s, 4: neprrrrere-sr chaplain-ag Jr.1-xi 'n-3' s. ci slona s , r ass Reporter: Dragon Echo-3, 4g Sports Editorg Phomgm- pher-4 Who's who BRAIN9 . GIBSON, JERRY GIBSON, JOY ANN GONZALFS, LUPITA GREEN BARRY WAYNE FHA-1, 2, si GUADALUPE otball 1 2 FFA Dragon mio Advertising French Club-45 P p Sq Mgr.-43 State Jour. 4-th X4 Place - Large Advertising Awardg DECA-4g Reporter -45 Book N Photographer fi! -,af YJ? 715 vb Xi, I36 BRAWN GREEN, THOMAS DALE Baskelball-3, 4, "N" As- sociationf4. Wx b- , 1 GREEN, MICHAEL , , FFA-1, 2, 3, 4. X 4. W 4 kwa. ,I I ' NN WTS ,Lg GRIFFIN, PATSY ANN Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4, Ma- jor-4g Scribblers-2, 3, 43 Reporter-4, V. Pres.-3: Pan Am Club-2, 3, 4g V. Pxes.-4: French Volleyball-3, 4, Pres.-3, Club-43 FTA-2, 3, 4, Rep.-3g CSU Hs, 4, NHS Magazine Ed- itor-4g Dragon Echc-3, 4: Cortes, Sec. Student Coun- cilil. CRIFFITH, MARILOU FTA-2, 3, 45 FHA-2, 3, 45 WSP-2, 3, 44 Ir. Historians -3, 45 Book "N" Staff- 4-, Pep Squad-2, 3, 43 Pan Am Club-2. 4 X : CRIMES, BRENDA FHA 2. 3, FTA-4, csU 3, 4 GRUBER, CHARLES ARTHUR lr. Transfer from Louisville, Ky., Scribblvrs-3, 4, Quill 51 Scroll-3, -1-, Pres.-43 Dragon Eclmf-ig Jr, Hislori- ansfflg CSU-lg B:mdf3, -1, All-Zoneil Al-1 All-Area fig lst Div, lfll.. Solo and Ensemble - 4: Runner-up Most School-Spirited-4. 4 'ww war HAYDEN, PATSY ROSE Szudem Council-15 FTA- 2, 3, 4, FHA-2, Jr. Hmm. inns-35 Pep squad-1, 2, 3, 4, Pan Am Club-3, 4, Frmd, Club-4, Office Am. -4, Honor Society-3, 4- csu-4. Q"'i.f er mf? 'A- I37 143 ":::4' 67 HEABERLIN, HEFLIN, PAMELA HENSON, SHEERIE CAROLYN JOAN BLANCHE LOUISE Football Duchess-lg FTA- FTA-3, 4, Band-1, 2, 3, Pep Squad-lg FHA-2, 3, 2g Pep Squad-2, 3, An 4, 151 mv. UIL cmvs, FFA swmhem-4, Band- Clubf1 WSP-4 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan Am Club-2 'DOCHES DRAGONS '66 7-AAA '67 DISTRICT FOOTBALL CHAMPS INGRAM, JAMES STEPHEN Transfer from Shawnee, Okla. Football-2, 3, 43 Bas ketlaall-lg Track-1 JINKINS, PATSY JOHANSSON, JOHN JEAN E- pep 5quad-15 An Club- WSP-35 Football-1, 2, 3, 4, 4, Track-1, 2, a N 'suv W-r l38 Association, HICKERSON, JULIANNE Editor Dragon Echo-45 Sr. ,Class Svc., Honor Society -3, 4g Sec.-45 Quill 84 Scroll-45 Sec.K4g Pan Am -V. Pres.-1, 25 Pres.-3, 45 Student Council Rep.-35 CSU-3, 4, Rep.-4, Jr. His- torians-3, 4g Historian-45 WSP-35 Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-3, Trees.-1, 44 All- Region-3, 45 Band Swectl heart-45 Who's Who KELLY, VICKI GAIL Pep Squad-1, 2, sg FHA- 2g FFA Sweetheart-33 A Cappella Choir-3, 4, WSP -a, 4, DECA Chaplain-4 HUDMAN, GARY B. Transfer from Martinsville: BnskelballAl, 25 Caplain- 25 WSP-3, 4: Runner-up Most Handsomfrvl 4. KEUL, NORMAN CARL Honor Socie!y+3, 45 Sr. Class V. Pres.g Outstanding Physics Student-35 Basket- ball-4: Football-1 wgw vu! AL., KLUMP, JOHNNY KLUNIP NIARY SUE Tl-uni,--iznum-f-up a.. ua, FTA 3 FHA 2 trick Mayor Perry Campbell IIINIBITCG Dragons to win again. KOLB, DAVID CLEVELND 1111..mgra,,1.pf for zmmgun E.-1.0: FFA 1. 2: r.,,,11,-.11 -11 E.-1.0 sim-sa, 1 5-44' LOFTIN, JIM LONG, JUDITH A F.mn,:11-3, 4: B rom- GAYLE 1.511-2: A::.,.-am..n- I, 5 ,PQ , HA- s, 4: Track-2, 3: Choir- 2f'Q-T224 ,tg Sjfgf Pan 2: 3? A" 4-""'w44 C1855 ul Club 1: Frm.-1: Cm,- x, Pn-s.-l 1: Outstanding: Tv-ping Sm: .lt-m-3: Dist, Ty,,an,: zml Plar-1-5 Book "N" Staff -1 LOWERY, CLENDA SUE FTA-1: Pep squad-3, 4: Quill af svmll-4: Dragon Echo .mm-4: Bunk Staff-35 Art Club-1 Pres. -1 4- LOPEZ, RITA JO FHA-I, 2, 3, 4: Pep squad--1: DECA-4: Trans, for R: LOTT, ROBERT LOWERY, JOHNNY CLYDE Fnmhall-1, 2, 3, 4: Association-2, a, 1: Hun- mble Men. All nm,- FFA-1, 2, 3, 4: An Club -1: v. Pres.-4 LUNA, JOHN LYMBERRY, VICKY LYNCH, SAMUEL MCCORMACK, CONNIE BUNCH ROY NANCY CAROL Football-1gTrack-1 FTA-2, 3: PM Am-1: Transfer, FFA-3, 4: Live- A'Cappc1la choir-2, 3, Ban.:-1, 2, 3: A11.uY-gm-V mek Judging Team. 151 Pep squad-2. 3: WSP-3: Honor Sucivty Place-3 -3. 21 S-f l4O Nr' : -Q.. ,.,..., 1 L LOVELL, PAMELA AMELIA Pfp Squad-1, 2, 3, 4: Pan Am Club-1, 2, 3, 4: French club-1: su.: Book HN" sqm--4: CSU-3, 1 MCKEWEN, WEN DY LEIGH FTA fs: WSP-2, 3: 1-'H-n.-1: cm:-4: An club-4: Pep Squarlf-2, 3, 4: Lam.-3: cape.-4: 11. Historians-4: smuem Councilfl, 2, 4: Tennis Te-am-3: omg: Aw. -1: Bm Dressed-3, 4: Football Duchess-4 N94 N44 ,, V-A1-7 A wi 4, N X ...nn A McKIBBEN, BRUCE MCKINNEY. SUSAN McKNEELY, McLERRAN, GARY MARTIN, SIQELLEN WAYNE PRENTICE MARSHA KAY WAYNE F3721 Af' f1"'b"? J' PW Squad-2, 3, gg-gp, pm, Am Cm,-2, 3, CD. 11111.11-1, 2. fs, 11 3151 Div. fff"'ij'f""f2 JT"Q"'zf""f 1-213,41 Chaafmm FHA-2. 2, 11 111-111.15 111 sul.. 13114.-...1,l.w Dmitri''PI'Cm'1"Q""' '- V ...Av MILLER, WILLIAM THOMAS e1-11a1 -,, z um fav 1-J. Q PI Qq 1 'g 1 H ' Fm111-Q1- Bum! C I 5 1 5 ll IRI I I MECHELL, MAST, HORACE I KENNETH WAYNE ROBERDEAU DEC1 1 '1' ' 's T k 2 '1 1 ,, 4 MITCHELL. RHONDA KARIN Crum-3, ,xg Snemhearl-35 Pep sq..1.1-3, IQ Lis-1.1.-4, I-'H-X-1: WSP-Lg 11091 Beautiful--I 7-Vg -Wn,,1, ,, ,+I":'1? f?"x ,K , 1, s-N., MIXON, KAREN MOORE. JACK MOORE, JAMES JULIA ROGER ROGER P4-p Squa1I-2,3,4:W5P- Football-1, 2. zz Trhvk- Jr. H1S1.1ria..5-:sz om.-I 2, 3, 4: F1-1.x-12 Pan Am 1 2 Cl 11, 1 wr.-1:1zm..1Y1,2 1 II bl C1111-1, z, .4 x., 1-,V 314 2 1 wmv 1 1 .,g f ur.- ap. YQC, 'NH NORTON. DANIEL WSP--24 Surilvblvn-1 lurl. -1 g Track--1 NIORA DANNY RAI Hunomhl: NIL-nunn, Texas ASM Drznxing Crump-Wtitinng Host Outstanding Suulvm In Drawing and lsmkkpf-pang f 33 IJECA-lg Historian-1 NIORGAN PHILLIP DAVID gpm fm P :wig - ' fn-1 A capppllq c Oar ga BUSY SENIORQ MUCKLEROY, LINDA SUE P.-p Sqnarlfl, 2, 3, 4g Lieut. 4 x" - -1 wal-1, 41 I-'IIA-23 Book Staff-3 NELSON, KAREN THEREASA Pup Squad-25 I-'HA-2, 3: Band-3, 4: Alf. 'rwmefg 11 Isl mv. uu. Ensnmlylu lst Division Twirling NUTT, FRED ALFRED FFA-3, lg Vvbl'-3, 13 Track-3, -Ig Dcbalc-3, 43 151 in Disr. P.-rsnmsivv Speak- ing: sm Reg. Persuasive Spf-faking. Whafs so funnf? NUTT, JANIS ANN Pan Am Club-2: FT.-X42g Jr. Hismrians-35 Book "N" Strsfffl, 2, 3, 1g spons Editnr-lg Pup Squad-l, 2, 3, 43 Office Asst.-2. 3, 43 Sludvnt Council: Foumball Durlwss-4: -uv 'rdf sk. , 5-av 1-ww? l42 ODONI, JAMES CHRISTIE sum.-m cwnfal-4: DECA -ug Prcsglg Fuuumll-1: Track-lg FFA-l fe-gg OHLSSON, JEAN Honor sammy-3, 4: ser.- 4g csu-3, 4: svra1,l,1.-fs- 4: Tfeas,-4: sum.-nf Conn ril-4: FTA-4: Band-3 Sf. my Intellectual Run ner-up-4 132. --...Q "rw-er ,NJA 'iff' PARKER, BRENDA PARKER, WALTER OLIVER, DWAYNE Horrrrr srrrarry 3, 1,, our- Ch-mf? standing srrrrlerrr rrr English -2, orrrsrrmdarrg in sprrrash gag CSU-3,1 OWENS, CECILIA ,vw TAKE TIME OUT OVERBY, JOYCE 7 1-'TA-1, Girls Recrrariorr LLOYD Assufrrrriona, Girls our Club-1 PACE, WILLIAM Stull.-nr Cfrunlil-l: Hand President-4-g All Rvgiou Band-2, -1: lst Uhision in Slate- Solo and Ensemble Crum-sr. ,W 1 1-e. HI! PAYN E, VANCE PERRITTE, JERRY LZNAUGHN KEITH ELTON WAYNE FHAg3. N-'17 ish Club-1, 2, Jr. His- Football-1 g Track-13 Span- torians-tg Scribblcrs-rl. 4. CSL'-1 QV1-xv Furl, 2, 3, 'lg Prrsmerrr Al, FTA-.11 Band-3: Trrfkfx, 4: rsrrrkelmll-3, PITTS, LENNUO Pep Sqrrall-z, 3, 4, Annual Staff fi, 45 Business Man- ngcr-Ig Frrrrrlr Club-45 CSU-43 Student Council- I, 2, 3, FTA-2, 3, 4g Trcas.--15 Pan, Am, Club- 1, 2, 3, lg Purl.fHis.-ig Jr. Historians-3g Hrrnrrr S0- cimyvfi, 4g Must Intellec- mal 5:-nlur: Nafl Merle sclmlarslrip letter of cum- mendazion PI'I'I'MAN, STARR rl-lA-1, 3g Trcas.-35 FTA -25 WSPWZ, 3, 4: Jr. Historian-35 Pep squad-2, ag An cll-1174, French Clubf4 ,wmv Y xv' PORTER, CHARLIE PORTER, RONNIE POSKEY, WALTER POSKEY, THRESA MACK An Council-45 All Club STEHPHEN JAN Pan-Am Club-35 Jr. His- "iSm"'a'Y'4i DECA-4gFFA-2,3.4. DECA-4: sec,-4: Sw-'fel torians-3, 4, An Club-4. IIBIIII-L SENIORS PRICE, NANCY KAYE FTA-3, 4, Pm.-4, Dra- gan Echo Ed,Q1: Pan-Am Club-2, 3: Sec.-33 French Club 43 vice-PESF4, sf. Class Treas. Soph. Class Vice-Pres. Student Council Rl, 2, 3, 41 Reporter-4g CSU-3, 4g Pep squad-2, 3, 4, Jr. Hin. 3, Mgr. cms Volleyball Team-3, 4, Haa- or Society-3, 45 Quill Sl Scroll-3, 43 Vice-Pres.-43 Most Outstanding Journ. Student-3. Who's Who, sus. I44 WIN PRICE, RANDY CARROLL Basketball-2, 3: Track-3 43 Baseball-3g Football-1 2, 3, 45 "N" Assoc.-3, 4 All-District Halfhack-4: Ar I Club-43 Runner-up Favor- ile+1g Beal-Dressed-4. Eqfgiqh Seniors backed the Dragons during Football, Basketball, Track, and Baseball. PULSIPHER, BETTY RECTCR, THOMAS 1 FTA 3 Band FHA- z , l V- : -1, FREDDIE 2, 3: ISI DIVISION UIL-32 Faalball-lg An Club-4. vol' REESE, DANIEL ROYCE WSP-23 Dragon Echo-45 Ir. Class Pres.: "N" As- soc. 3, 49 "A" Basketball 3, 4: Jr. Hisf,-3, 44 Pres. -4 Tmsfa, vice-Pres. sl-mem cmmcal43, Pres. 4, Favorite-3, 45 Honor So- ciety 3, 45 Mr. NHSg Who's Who .ui REESE, VICTOR Travk-1, 2, 3, 4g As. sociation-2, 3, siiiiifiii Council-25 im ciiiii-4. nv-1 ,ii 'Y in RICH, ALBERT DYCH oiiisiiiiidiiig sziiiiviii in Clmmislry--fl: oiimiiniliiig Siudeni in Physics-3. SCARBOROUGH, LEONETTE Hmm siiciezy-3, 4, Echo Assiwim Ediwr-4, Quill ami Scroll-43 Pep Squad- 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan Am Club-2, 3, 4, Repnfiei-3, sec.-4, ETA-2, 3, 4, Repmei-4:, CSU-4, French Club-45 Scribblcrs-3, 4-3 X-I NY-1? ROGERS, JIMMY A cappeiiii choir-3, 4, All Rigioiifii, DECA-4, vice. Pres.-45 FFA-1, 2, Foi- 1-stty Judging Team-2, csu W3, 43 SCHMIDT, LYNDA SELF, REBECCA SMITH, DAVID P. DALE ANN I'Si?1'f'i?' if: Eiilfs' Favorite-2, 3, Sludc nt FHA-1 2 3: Pen Sq-'Hd' 3 ' A' ' me A ' cniiiicii-1. 2, 4: Pep sqiiiid -1 2 3 4- Capt.-4, FFA Sweetheart-2. vff IJ4 3'4 3, wk-3, Ari ciii-, CSUA4. ovfvg , J., if 'A 1 1' 4113 Efgf?i3?gisE,S,E 1, Tj 2 S-. v, x 1 RUSSELL, CYNTHIA SUE Pep Sqiiiidvz, 3, 4, FTA- 3, -1, Pan Am Club-25 Jr. I-list.-3, 43 A Cappella Choir-45 Football Duchess- Sg WSP-3, 4, Student Council-31 Trnnis Tram-3 SPIRIT STICK! SISCO, LYNDA ANN WSP-I. 2, 3, 4, Pep sqiiid -1, 2, 3, 4, FHA-4: Pan Am Club-2 SANFORD, KENNY Band-1, 2, 3, 4, iii Di- vision UIL Winner-3 SNIDER, LINDA MAE Banrl-1, 2, 3, 4g ls! Di- vision Ensemble Ull..-35 Of- fice Asst.Y3, 4, Student Council-fl Nl V7 ur' I45 ff' .fl STILL, CHARLES ALAN Class Trcas.-Ig Fuotbalf- 1, 2, 3, 45 Honorable Men- lion All District-3, 45 Cap- tain-4: "N" Association- 2, 3, 4g Runner-up Senior Best All Amina, Track-lg Basketball-1. 'Nu' 'QT If TODD, TERRY NEIL Football Mgr.-2, 3: UN" Association-2, 35 FFA-1. 2. STOCKWELL, CHARLES LEE Basketball-3, 45 Track-3, TAYLOR, ANN ELIZABETH Cbeerleaderfl, 3, 49 Cutes! -3, Football Duchess-3, 4, Most School Spirit-2, Pep Squad-2: Annual Staff-2, 3, 4, Sr. Editor: French club-4, Office Asst.-1, 25 Student Council-1, 2, 4: Spanish Club-lg TUBBE, .IANICE 'f"? STRICKLAND, SARAH ELIZABETH Pan-Am Club-1, 2, 3: Treas.-25 FTA-2, 3, 4: Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4, CSU -3, 45 Choir-1, 4. TUCKER, THEODORA Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 45 Pan- Am Club-2, 3, 4-g Jr. Hist. -3, 45 CSU-3: FHA-3, Book "N" Favorites Editor -4. TEMPO QLIICKEN9 1' v. SULLIVAN, BUENA ELIZABETH Choir-I, 2, 3, 4, Au Re gion Choir-35 lr. Hist.- 4, FTA-4, Pep squad-3, 4, Pres. A Cappella Choir- 4. TINDALL, HOMER DEAN NFL-35 FTA-4, Class Parl. -2g Youth Center Board- s, 4, pm.-4, WSP-2, 3, 4, ViceyPres.-35 Pres.-4, A Cappella Choir-3, 4, Best Actor at District UII. Con- test-3g State Finalist Mr. FTAf4g All State Choir- 4: TURNER, MICKIE LYNN Pep Squad-2, 35 FHA-3, 45 DECA-A-3 FTA-35 A Cappella Choir-3, 4. .,..,v,, '6' we -... tv' I46 fx Q5 ow TALLEY, MARK RANDALL Football-1, 2, 3, 4: All District--4, WSP 35 Run- ner-up Best Dressed-4. VANNOY CHARLES DENNIS Football 2 3 4: Basketball oc.-3, 4: Runner up M . NHS-45 Honorable Mention All Dis- trict Defensive Back-4. fn- TION NEARS '-O9 Q'-'47 WARD, HERSHELL RAYMOND WEATHERLY, CAROLYN JEAN Transfer from Martinsville: UIL Typing Comes:-35 CSU-3, 43 WSP 3. 'vw- WEATHERLY, EVALYN ANN Pan-Am Club-3: FHA-1: CSU-34 Choir-1, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella-2, 3, 43 Libra- rian helper-35 Treas.-4: Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4g 3? 3-4, 1 9 if WEATHERLY, JOHN MILTON FFA-1, 2, 3, 43 Chaplain- 4g 3rd Vice-Pres. of Area IXf3g BaSke!ball+1g Lone Star Farmer Degree WEAVER, VICTOR Dragon Echo-4. WELLS, TOMMIE I0 Band-lg Student Conductor -1: FHA-2, 3: Student Council-33 Tennis team- 3gDECA-4, WILSON, CHARLOTTE ANN Pep Squad-2, 3: FHA-2, 33 FTA-2, 3, Dragon Echo Reporter-4 Mr. Dubose measures Bruce for gown size. WILSON, WILLIAM A. Class Pres.-45 Honor So- ciety-3, 45 Pres.-43 Foot- ball-1, 2, 3, 44 A roof. ball-3, 45 "N" Assoc.- 3, 43 Honorable Mention All Dist.-45 CSU-45 Cllsl Vice-Pres.-45 Most Intellec- tual-4. Who's Who WIN GATE, CAROL ANN YATES, JACK DONALD Baseball 3 Sr. Letterman 7 "N" Assoc.-4 Echo Staff- 4-g Student Council-3. WILLIAMS, CLARA C. Jr. Hist.-45 Art Club-4: Dragon Echo Reporter-4. YOSHIDA, STEVEN Y. Transfer from California Student Council-lg Base ball-3g Football-1, 3. .ggi 'nd- 'Ov' -A Y? tier I47 gs? NANCYE PRICE Nancye has a thirst for knowledge that has made her an outstanding student. She has a genuine concern for others, a concern which is evidenced by her loyal devotion to the church of her choice. At school, too, she has been of service and has displayed a willingness to work on any project to which she has been assigned. Intelligent, talented, ambitious, kink, and friend- ly-Nancye is indeed priceless! we say, endowed with talent, consistency, character, and charm. As a scholar, athlete, and leader, Bill has added a dimension of depth and maturity to his class and to our school. WHO'S WHO AT N.H.9. .IANICE BLACKSHER Every classroom needs a ray of sunshine, and that is what Janice has been to her 'teach- ers and classmates. Her sparkling eyes and happy smile radiate gladness to all who are near her., She has a zest for living that inspires others, reminding them that life is good. She is bubbling over with school spirit and has, by countless little acts oi kindness, encouraged and inspired other students who represent our school in hoth literary and athletic contests. She is truly a Hleavening agent" in the life of N.I'I,S. l48 JULIE HICKERSON . , . A sunny disposition and a healthy mental attitude characterize Julie. Her four years in high school have been a succession of successes from the stand- point of scholastic achievement and honor in the high school band. Julie has served her school in many capaci- ties, and carries out her duties with grace and ability. She was singled out for a special honor this year when she was chosen DAR "Good Citizen of the Year". Julie's sweet smile will be missed around the campus, hut we are happy to commend her to college, knowing that ou.r loss will be their gain. -. e - .f. .i Lv 'P 1 W A- ' it ' g11M'f,t.4 .nxt ', avlynan w:i,,f,,j GA9,18t- xx L, ,, ,, ,wg 'pong-3 'mfg I I W Y' G 'K i 1-Qu y I S 'L il , 5 ,351 at M '5' H 1 it "r 1 H 2 --.fi DANNY REESE Danny is a 'gyoung man on the go". He possesses in great abundance all of the characteristics involved .in the selection of Who's Who. He is a real leader, having served his school as both vice-president and presi- dent of the Student Council. Since NHS is president school of this district, Danny has done a fine job presiding over the East-Texas Student Forum. He is active in sports, is a member of the National Honor Society, the President of the Junior class in 1965-66, and Mr. NHS in 1966-67. Dan- ny has a great deal of ambition, and this, coupled with his scholastic ability, will carry him far toward achieving success. I 'WP BECKY ALEXANDER A friendly smile, an unusual sense of humor, and a fineispirit of cooperation are con- stant companions of Becky. She is not acquainted with self-pity, but has that rare quality of being able to laugh at herself. ln happiness and adversity she has always main- tained a clear perspective. Becky can look the world square- ly in the eye and never be ashamed of the things she has done. As a pep squad member and a cheerleader she has exhibited both loyalty and devotion to her friends and school. As a student she has acquitted herself well. As a citizen of the community she has proved herself to be among the best. It is no surprise that Becky has ,been chosen to Whois Who. MIKE CUMMINGS During his years at NHS, Mike has become one of the best liked and most respected stu- dents in our school. Mike is known for his courteous man- ner, thoughtfulness, and consideration for others. Although he excels in many areas of the school social life, Mike has been an honor student in scholarship and served the National Honor Society as Vice President. Known through- out the city, he has represented our school well in the community. An outstanding member of his church, Mike has also been a faithful leader of the Christian Student Union on our campus and has served as an example to all who know him. ,, , . uw. l, vs. X-Z BENNY DEWITI' An outstanding athlete as well as an excellent student, Benny combines the most desirable qualities of determination, good sportsmanship, loyalty, and dependability. His gregarious nature, good humor, and genuine love of life have made him a favorite in NHS. As Tri-captain in football and Co-captain in basketball he has inspired the teams with the spirit and drive which won for him a place on the All East Texas team. Benny has made an impressive record, and the gratitude and best wishes of NHS go with him in his future endeavors. I49 4791 Y X' :Uv , , xrax me ' ' - ,,..aig1?Qgi - I 1. fig. 3. 25 fiflifl JEANNETTE COX Although she is quiet and un- pretentious, Jeannette has contributed much to the school program and the school spirit during her high school career. Both in class projects and in extracurricular ac- tivities, she has taken care of innumerable details with such efficiency that the organizations have operated suc- cessfully to fulfill a purpose or to achieve a goal. ,lean- nette's consistent effort to do well whatever task is as- signed to her, her respectful consideration of the rights and feelings of others, and her endearing personality have made her a favorite of both students and teachers. 25: IJ! Fi IES ci g. I1 E 5 a as 3 , f tl1ffi.'l+22 TERRY BROWN . . . Handsome and winsome, Terry Brown is the boy everyone would like for his next door neighbor. Because of his warm smile and cause he listens with such quiet him a peacefulness which serves side agitations of all around him. haps responsible for the smooth the basketball court. With chest displays Terry for his personal relaxed attitude and be- interest, he carries with as a buffer to the out- This peacefulness is per- style Terry employs on expanded, NHS proudly contribution of athletic skill and for class representation, but individually NHS students and teachers hold him dear as a warm friend of top quality. 5' 3 'lx gk-f E' ,gm , :fl S14 5 f "F -' ,' 'K' ' 4 fi, wif rf' al'3" l?ll'2'?f 'fi ' I ' 'ft- . . '. - +V , -R353 9' I fag Nfl. V A ft P , Ja ' . ,i ff . t, -t , .5 .-o,, .fy .9 'F " ' 2 g,',' 1.f 1 vgff n. A 3-. ..a- A V faq, f i ll i 'L 7 'Q lfff 94 4 45 WE hm Ly - ' s'fx. l y ff ef .f- 'wi' This? yn' 7 ' 'mg-Z fm 5. 3-,f f. gtg. 1: w ..,. fe.. t Us w 's .g,:: , .,.. fu, p Q ' 3.11 Q iiis gf s' 1, i?f ,J, A xy' e i 3-'r5l1 51:" at Q t g. as "X 1 - e 5 - , g e -L t - 1- ,Stun MTW . 4, pm. A 'e 1:4 K, ' 192, Q gd, , Hz in . a- . ti' we . its-' it t's',, 'x', JEF GASTON As class officer and student council officer, .lef has provided responsible leadership for his classmates and all of NHS. His dependability is known among the student body and members of the faculty, and his popularity is demonstrated by his class offices. .lef also received honors in journalism, as sports editor of the school paperg in radio, as KEEE news director, and as a member of Quill and Scroll, an honorary journalism so- ciety. Selected "Most Likely To Succeed" in his senior year, .lef seems well on his way to this honor. Talented, popular, a responsible leader, Jef Gaston is a laudable addition to the distinguished ranks of Whois W ho. CATHEY LADYMON Few students in NHS have re- ceived more honors or have been more genuinely admired than has Cathey Ladymon during her high school years. Always gentle and kind in manner, conscientious and de- pendable in her work, and loyal and devoted to her school, -Cathey has won and maintained the respect and admira- tion of us all. Long after she has gone from us, the memory of her many brilliant performances as drum major of our beloved high school band will keep the name of Cathey Ladymon an unforgettable one in NHS. Certainly, the best wishes of a grateful school go with Cathey as she leaves us. REMEMBER WHEN . . ON THE VERY FIRST DAY of the 1966-67 school year how proud we were to be the seniors of N.H.S.-the idols of the underclassmen, the wearers of senior rings, and black jackets? Remember that first class meeting on August 28, when Jim Loftin, Alan Still, and Mark Talley were sent home because they wore shorts? As THE SCHOOL YEAR PROGRESSED, remember how our under- rated Dragon football squad came through with a 7-1 record to win district? Remember Mark Talleyis 85 yard run on the opening kick- off of the Kilgore game, and the roof-raising pep rallies boosted by Charles Gruberis uCHARGE', section? Remember the pep rally when Mr. Beard announced that the senior rings were here fat lastj? Re- member when the football boys got their black jackets? How about Jimmy Daniel's sleeveless jacket? Remember when Jeannette Cox was chosen as Football Sweetheart? Oh yes, and who could forget how the high scorings of Terry Brown and Benny Dewitt along with too team coordination brought our Dragon basketball team through witt a perfect season? Remember the fun we had in English IV memorizing Chauceris Pro- logue of Canterbury Tales wonder how many of us could still say it? Remember the isyloscope in Mr. Henderson's Physics class, and the day Mark Garrison stole Mr. Vandervort's paddle? Remember the senior meeting when we chose 4'Born Freei' as our song, yellow and white as our class colors, and the yellow rose as our flower? Remem- ber trying to raise money by selling light bulbs? It seemed that every- one in town already had an ample supply, Remember taking those College Entrance Exams? Remember all the Senior parties, and the senior party that the Juniors honored us with? And, at last, with a little reluctance and a lot of anticipation, remem- ber when . . . WE GRADUATED? This page sponsored by STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE ,ff A EV' EN Q...- A . in L W .' 3 - 1: 51 If W 1-S , :af ' w .N - by Q.. 5 + ,, vs. if wi 5 3. fe KH, :ar , ,,W, , W g, ,L vu f - vfqrf N 41 fs gf , pf., 1 Q, 'Mfg ,, +2 4, .5 an 4. -A ,, Az A -1 ,,, ,gm .e A-'-fe . -.N I. re ,- .-vm. ,vw ,- H T ,L +1 As: ,rr -1 'rw fuel rr .1 rr ,fslify .zz-1 rg A W I ,- . r. a , ..,, Q, ami n, 4 .H -2 if f . 'rl 5 ' -I' -if: 'rd' 17 if Q- JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS: Peggy Mor- Hr- -1. if ,H ,Q gf f-wi: rj-:: ffl 14 Riga' - Q , -5 Z gan, Dora Grant, Ruby Moms, Margaret 41' Q.. 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Gerber, Barbara Goodrum, Phil Grant, Ruby Greer, Glenda Criffis, Marilyn Haas, Sherril CBarnha Hale, Jeff Hamilton, Tommy Hamilton, Vicki Haney, Archie Heflin, Jason Henry, Mary Jo Herd, J im Hill, Sara Honea, Wilbur Hopson, Cheryl Hundley, Cindy Huneycutt, Marilyn Husband, Don Jamison, Ricky J acobs, Shela J inkins, Marie Johnson, Glenn Iversen, Fredrickke Johnson, Patsy Jordan, Beckye Jordan, Randy J urney, William Justice, Beverly Kline, Richard Langford, Arthur Lazarine, Jake Lee, .lean Lemmons, Arthur Luna, Vincent McBee, Chris McBroom, Chris McCarty, Linda Mclver, Kirk McKnee1y Leonard Martines v Mathews, Chip Mayes, Alice Mills, Linda Milstead, J im Millstid, Burl Molanders, Darlene Monk, Kenneth Montes, Kathryn Montgome David Montgome J. David 1 2 , t x Langstlm 34 Qj ' ' 1 I ld 4 xx nr , ., hrli V 'r ,fn H ' rr f lf A if f 155-' ,???Z Q? s1.' il I i 9 I Z'-alll' hirx: Montgomery N-' ' ' ' 1' Howard Monzingo, David Morgan, Hubert Muckleroy, Gary Muckleroy Janet Muckleroy, Ken Nutt, Connie Nutt, Coy Pace, Mark ry, at , ' vi E 2, C. Q - Q- ' ca . ' "' 7 ' X: .G " , U . A Q , - ... , Q3 M M ff' , ' , " ' ' 'F ,fa ' ' M s an fm ,f ,Cf 6 My H gg . ' Q' 'F 5 N , Q t slew QI il N fixililill . WE'LL GRADUATE IN '68! I57 2 'F 5 Parrott, Buddy Paulk, Brenda Pierce, Charles Perkins, Charles Perry, Oleta Peterson, Tresa Pleasant, Volinda Plumkoif, Linda Poe, Sandy Polk, Chuck Pollock, Bill Potts, Milton is X ff 'F' ' ,, 9 t XM , .4 Q 1 , 0.5 , K A A r 5 3' YQ' . ' 5 '7 4 Q ' , , ,X 1 . T 'Mc-, ' l W "AI felt ' . . 3.1! f"s . 4 X' xx: tg , U: ', W Q ,Q 31 2. Cm im ,.,,,g:3ik: 1. ' gf XMX .f H s 1' 1' ff" 2:3 Y re, n at 1-fx, - A t ' . ., f X 7, . B ,V . l Q45 A XJ , , A .. V .X , W I , l 4 P 'Ln 's 5 i 'X S! T. , af .f 'inn Y- it Hey-he careful with that sulphur! -1. 41 f- 4132 K xff, K ,P""' 11 rw-7' s N K cc, . x X' N fl? l - v .,,. Our Men! N95 ft' as. "' 4,-K . , 1 - -ws I58 Precella, J oe Pritchard, Lee Prothro, .l organ:-1 Renfro, Carolyn Rodrigues, Helen Rogers, Karen Romans, Betty Ross, Connie Riddle, Clarence Rudd, James Samford, Shelia Sanford, Larry Scarborough, Cheryl Schmidt, Cathy Scott, Linda Senff, Tom Simmons, Norma Shadden, James Shelton, Shirley Shivers, Tommy Slone, David Smith, Sandra Sparks, Clell Springer, Connie Stevens, Hildreth Stewart, Bill Stransky, John Stringer, Weda Stripling, J ody Swearingen, Marvin Swearingen, Sandra Taylor, Mike Turner, J oel Vaughn, Victoria Wallace, John Walker, Janet ,.., rw tf -fa: as l - '3' ,. . A 2 Va V .7 Af :i K .' f 16: l ,S -F25 ' A gf 3-75' - ' 'T '3 ' lf.. '5' rr C7 J , 6. 'K nk 'kit x ' ,s mag, , ' 'K . is ll X ' 's X5 5 ll? xl? l l ill 5 , e lm. K1 ,A , + lf Q ,K , avi, .ff l X s, S 1 at , ' 95 gl.. 4,53 He feels better already! 'J-" 5-re 4' fn fs ..f49 4 .rv 5 ...Q A ' ,A I ' .7 4 5. nv .f 22 N " 2, , l , - Cf i l., f L " N2 ll'l'!lf l L44 1 -4, ,, L... J.. '33 n Y 'Y dll f '1 1 .r if.!.z',s 3. I V.. V . pflii ' xiii 'S' 2, A dis , . 'YS' .- 15"-gfv rf, M33 ,,- 7. ,sl , 1?- uaf f N I .aa gg :::,'!!!' 1 I ..-Ml ,Ami JUNIORS RAISE MONEY .4-'- Watson, Judy Weaver, Johnny Weeks, Vernie Wells, Allen West, Edsel Wilkinson, Judy 131 4 1 ,www Wisener, Sylvia Win, Celia Witt, Kay Woodward, Clyde Wright, Peggy Yates, David 'Ai :va-X' A' t I S 514 I .la ' ,a .r ' ' f- . f- 7 J " My I I I f o ll I mg J.. JUNIORS FIRST TO WIN SPIRIT STICK! SOPHOMOREQ SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSORS: lyn Nichols, Jaye Colwell! Evelyn Verna Burrows, Gerald Hammg Not tured: Ken Langford. S fl SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS are: Mark Wilson, Presidentg Sam Medley, Vice President: Kathryn Wages, Secretaryg Mark Nichols, Treasurerg Larry Hopper, Reporterg Johnny Key, Parliamentarian. I 62 Division Editors-J an Wright and Betty Sue Hughes SOPHOMORE CLASS FAVORITES NERS-UP are Scooter Spence and Nichols 'SQ Y-I X xi? FAVORITES MARDA DeWITT SAM MEDLEY H' 3 , fi' .vy ,, I Wk.. L.. . A 1- 1+ , A , ' 'HX X f T 3 I 1 'N I ' if . '3 , 3. 5-rf , Q , es?- Hg f , f Anim dn--ff ' fr- .s , ,,,, 4 A.: A ' . ,A I64 je 'bf YL-it 'f f Qs Abernathy, Lunnna y Adams, Bobby 1, .-'Q Avery, Susan Barr, Candy 1 A , . Q 1 B Allen Pa: 'X f' Anderson. Sharon 3 13 . N 'hh -1 X 1 Li 'mf , , 7' A, 1 ' 11 Bass, Mme J' X Q Bass, Tommy ' Arriola, Ken Atherton, Rob 3 43 ' 1 . Q' Baxter, John ' , Beasley, Kenneth ,I B' 'mx I T Atwood, Brenda "3 , Austin, Betty ' ff 1. 1 , , 5, Beavers, Gary J. 'P' k 5 3' fi . Bennett, Doug f f, t j ,Sy e K f x'5,f.a.-.-. fx x ' ' iff? gbdavg 1 t FUN. FUTURE. FULFILLMENT . Blnrkman, ' Kathryn '- Blair. Candy Blount' . . Betty " l Bauman, Q. 4: , Brenda A 'Q Boyen, . Ray . Brunton, Lynda Brenton, Mary Brice, Gary Bright. , M B lgichnrd -mr , rr ey, 7 Mike Brink, Nan , Bronsell, Steve f w I ,Q ff! , vi" . n'!'- fqlu .U-nun i A '53 fv- ' ev . ,' X MIA' 1 1 . . f" . - 'Q . l ' rs . n , ,, if " . W. -P X. 1 Brown, Cathy Brown, .lo Nell Bunch, .lack Casper, Geneva Brown, Linda Brown, Malcolm Chandler, Joe Chapman, Gibbs Brown. Ricky Brumley. Carol Cleveland, Phyllis Clifton, Becky Burch, Margaret Bum-kan, Elizabeth Clifmn, Berry Sue Cloudy, Troy I 41 , ," f' f L I e -., X e A . EX 1 url' E 'ii' 'r Q A 1 ,.-Q L: , 'QP .JV ' :il .9 X as Aw., . 'gg 1 N D x .fn f, 6 RE PHAQEQ OF SOPHOMORE YEAR 1 'I' in ,t 1 I ,5 ,G Y ,X If X ' f ,f .Q A9"E' Eh ,,t,v- A fx Cue, William Collins, Don Collins, David Collins, Jerry Morning gab session. y I W' Daniels, Jennie DeBrock, Kathy DeCrand, David Derr, Mary DeWitt, Debbie Devlin, Marda DeWitt, Peggy Dodson' Debbie Dyess, Deborah Easley, LuWann Easterly, Jerry Eaves, Charles Fagin, Fran Flanagan. Larry Fore. Ray Foshee, Donna Garrison, Bonnie Gilbert, Tommy I66 I 1- Cook, Terry Q in Cooper. Jan A f X :W ' ,1Qx 1 'Mrw x ,A ekfg A, I , Q N L iffy: E .ps l.!.'pff 5 .VN xy A ' What 'cha looking for, Tom? 6-X if ' v and ,ff , t 5' 5, -1,5-ve 'ix' ls Cooper, Terry ,- ,,Q, 4- f Cordell, Joe gr X ' ff J . , I I . ,V lm i X li J- A 1 1 -I 1 1 Y - 5 " Coussons, Lynn 1 a cox,ns11y M I -1' ,' - - Ipijl ' f ,J kai. -Y , , fi 4.1 p Cridland Rosemary KA ' at , Curbow, David I . . , tp - X 43135. Q .4 ' fl X A , K .. 4. 'L rf 4 ' 5. Y' f -' . f, , If . H74 ff X' z ,. f 4. 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Mike Halls. ballie Halls, Steve Hnltom, Cathy Hancock, Debbie Hancock. Sandra Hancock. Ronald Haney, Mike Harris, Beth Harris, J:-annie Harris, Therese Hayden, .lacquiline 1-Inzle, Elzah Heflin, Jerry Henson, Jakie Henry, Joy Hill. Mike Holmes, Gregg Hopper, Larry Hopson, Wayne Hughes, Sue Hunt, Teri Jinkins. Donnie Jinkins, Pervis Johnson, Bobby Johnson, Dicky Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Teddy Johnson. Tommy Johnston, Sherry Jones, Betty Kalcamier, Cathy Kendrick, Judy Kerr. David Key Johnny King. Dennis King, J immy I67 Q fv E, X Klump, Kay , 7 . 'Q , Kolb, Wayne -, 3 ff f" Komm, David k Ai W A ff Knonce, Sandra .fi - . . y V ,, Kdnkle, Donna A I ' Sf N M - lftff L , R5 - 4' . , Laird, Lynn 5 Q K A " !' - Lnlumandier, Harry - -5 ' p. .Q A . Langford, Gary 1 f' ' , , , Lanier, Gaynell X M ,V - f' Lazariue, Margie ff ' P . ' ' yin, s L . .-A 5 ' ' -1' It , V. . six ! Q. Y ,fd h , ' gang V ' 5, " ' I 'la-y l ' y . ,, 3 5- , . 1 ' 7 , "' "- '37 3, Leladuf, Linda . v Lee, Steve - , ' ' , Lee, Steve ' "' I If 1' A Lander, Leila QV 4, 4 I ,J ,lf .tix I it Lumen, Lynda Rain, SA "5" za- ' 'L' -'St sHv.:: .A-' .f - . ' ' -' ' -frm' 'H ia f ry-f "' ' 'f r - av 45' . 3 A , f ' .. 5 1 ' f 1 4 1 Q FORWARD EVER - BACKWARD NEVER Luna, Kay Lyons, Steve McBroom, Anita McBryde, Forest ' Mccdy. Judy M gill I re Mr McCurry, Laika ' , .. McKneely, Carl f 0 if el .4 'A McKnight. Verna 3 "' Q McShan, Jerry i , ' ' Mcshdn, Judy 4 'L ' f 1 w 5' K 5 1 ku 4 Mnness, Hoskins Mdmdes, Rachel Q3 Massey, Chris - Medley, Sam Middlebrook, George Millstid, Douglass V . Mitchell. Sue - Mixon, Ricci . f Mizell, Gary - Montes, James 1 1' ,D af, i 1 I 1.63 W, Q N ""' ,, f " . WI' - .X Q ,U rm 1 .14 . ri x T' f f A ' 2 Mffffxx f X Lg 'P z V. -:fr . M A I . ,Q lr? M1 1 5 n , , 4 4 . W A , 5 3 4 '13 - Q x,,'. N' - Q V31 dn n a JG .,,, Al i' XJR. ,' V! 41, N all Q ,, V W h A , , .. .1 M N 1 , Scholars! 5 l l,. ,gig - 1, F in -. bf if I 4' r ' f ' -f 1, ,I ,411 Q il ' X V, tg .I ' uli - ' s , nm 1:1 . ,ffdb 'ST 7 f. 4 L 1 '47 N fm if-'L l Nfl 'MA ' lie A A cg ' , A , gf 2 Q1 ' x ff ff lt' 1 ' ' xi ' fe ' 'J 'f 5, Q X , ,, -:sf il x -' lpn. fn' .f' 'O ? ... -., - A, ' - K J, '4 ' 0 2 .1 Y F .,, -- x X A f , f Z an N ' v ' r . xk .if M :gal who Morton, Craig Mosby, Sonny Muckleroy, Robert Musgrave, Douglas Nabours, Larry Nelson, Debra Neztles, Barbara Nichols, Don Nichols, Mark Nichols, Preston Norris, Dale Ohlsson, Gordon Outiverns, Peggy Orum, Mary Packard, Junior Parker, Mac Dean Parker. Traciel Parc, Paula Perales, Judy Pmy, camy Pickard, Gordon Pinkston, Ren Pitts, Jerry Pope, Leroy Poskey, Dennis PROMOTING SCHOOL SPIRIT! ,T' W, ,S V7' Z: CA 'j ,,, s, 2, lysine. ,1 ,Mn - ,si ,S ...eu Hit ifi.if2-L taffv f ' so .. A l f "' 'fl 30 2: , 'J' A T 0 ,,,, , Q, .' 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Carylsu Smith, Clyde Smith, Craig Spence, Scooter Spies, Henry Stone, Jody Strahsn, Sharon Stripling, Jack Stripling, Sylvia Tsngjaitrong, Chai Tatum, Gene Taylor, John Taylor, Johnny Taylor. Torn Tieman. Claudia Tindall, Judy Tindall. Sue Tillyer. James Towler, Bob A H , Q 3 a ee. ff ,lr ,, I kr . .. Y , , fx ' .1 2 ' W 'f ,fix r M WW T, fy, -0 4 ,Qt , -T Y law ,Q I? W Q W ill W 1 'L - A '-if 1 ' xr ' . rg - 5 4 ,, 4 43 k if rl ' ' i lr? --'f X x ' I il-.U , ,441 Q9,5,,,,' uni: F " K 'p' -4 ini L-fixl-. 1:1 ia. H - ravi' ff" on 3 N K , W V I 5 W .Q .A ,Q .5 , 'K -- -W v T - ' , , f ' e , - , , N 1 is X ix f X x . I l n ' ', i , , PF' ' A"L 'zlpwg' A. ic: Va , ' Ax I ' J L mi. ,Z ef.. ll X sk B x ji Ylf if N ,J i Qx Yay 'ir G , We F'-X905 Rake' lx . Tubbe, James Tuhbe, William Tucker, Cathy Tuscaua, Donnie Wages, Kathryn Waggener. Rayburn Walker, Drew Walker, Tom Weatherly, Jim Wlells, Billy Westbrook, Lyneta Westmoreland. Billy Whitaker, Charles W'hite, David Whitton. Charla Williams, Herman Williams, Rosemary Williamson, Dan Wilson, Mark Wine, Pam Wm, Jams wands, mm wfighe, Jan wrigm, Richard wfigm, Mary 11.5. FRESHMEN Iggy L !'lQi'ffi .S ,, ' vm: ' " . ,,, 'L ,., . , l ', , 'N . vi ' .41 f ki ig,-W5 CTS-A 'S an-K Ogg' ' A A 4 A V' ', ui 4 J A W J f , 1 L -7 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS are: Kieth Rice, Presidentg Barham Fulmer, Vice- id nt Am Hale Secreta Moll Allen Treasurer Brenda Goodrum Re orti Presezy ,.ry:,y. : ,P erg Harold Muckleroy, Parhamentanan '72 Division Editors-Candy DeWitt and Kay Labosky l . 'if ' FRESHMAN CLASS SPONSORS: Nola Alders, Lois King, Eugene Tomling No pictured: Mary Sanders and Robert Long FRESHMEN CLASS FAVORITES RUN NERS-UP are Candy DeWitt and Roge Bagan. 'JW' ,wx w 'fam Q ,Q ' ww jf' f ,M ., sun Acosla, James Adams. Bruce Adams, Frank Adams, Pac Alexender. David Allen, Molly Allen, Wayne Ammons, Mark Anderson, Diane Anderson, Vivian Armstrong, Debbie Austin, Nora Austin, Steve Bailey, Jerry Bass, Doris lliattle, Debbie :ea1l, Mary F. Beavers, Darrel Bell, Cheryl Bell. Mike Bennet, Faye Bmymll, Evelyn Biggs, Sharon Blakey, Tex-rye Blankenship, Tommy Blount, Jean Bogan, Roger Brannon, Jamye Brantan, Jerry FRESHMAN DRAGONS .-. 4 2 ,',, in cs I .5 A - -f A T, 'TY' Y k 7 ' ' . ' ii" 1 J- 4 'j -. X ll i g A25-1 . ,- w '55 I if fl' ,V - vnm- 4 .-' '3' . Q' Y' Q A ' A 9,3 1 A -3 .1 i . 1. Y 7 i V' 4 fs N. fr fn - fo' U T ' H' 9, "" ' J QR M .L B ' ' BX 'X 1 22 4 "' if '1 ' ' Q , A ,ri .5 M A I ' 'Y 3 L A Q ,' - m I 5 - Tr A - in 1? A 1 2 N " fi , , lx P- t Picture ', ' " 1 'Eff No' ",., , A Available Awlloble fu" i 1 ' , ' Q B. unix-. g x . DISTRICT CO-CHAMPS Ka Bratz, Sandra Bridwell, Clarissa Brink, Lisa Bronsell, Eleanor Bunch, Diana Butters, Lee Bjzke, Debr l'Burcl1,C Sieve Burr, Herndon Cochran, James Caldwell. Wanda Chandler, Joan Collier, Qlendon Collins. Dianne Collins, Tommy Commander, Betty Commander, James Coyne, Mike Crawford, Bob Crippen, Mike Crisp, Cary Crisp, James Curnett, Rogers Curnett, Roy Curtis, Tony Davis, Belly Davis, Sybil Deason, .leff Debruck, John Dement, Gary QAM ,pn I :. ,I ,. X A4 A Us Q , fl Ji '. .A -,TL ' I , ffl . CQ' V 5,4 ,, .. 'C' I -' fu , 42, Lg --av , AC- 'QV Q Q ,, as A I li A ft, Q , , 5 , ,N ll f sf A' ' ' 1 - 'l Q Q -1 . , . C f C 'f 'is she- K f A -' vi ' rx Y Q X 1 , .Q 1' A' 1 . f- ,,.. fr. f-K K . I may 1 iw, . ii "f 45 gi., .:. - 4' JA? K A i A A n ' lv' xi A i 'ra l Q. ,QR iz 9, I C1 I I A 14? A a 4 , J- C f ' V fa- I . l 1' I75 Dennis, Denise Dewitt, Candy Dill, Albert Dobbs, Gary Dodd, Harrell Dclese, Sammy Doss, Kathleen Ener, Carol English, Mike Ervin, Philip Fagan, Pat Fain, Luellen Fisher, Kenny Floyd, Debbie Frederick, David Fredericks, Faye French, Bob Fuller, Julie Fulmer, Barham Gauntt. Ronald Gay, Gary Geiger, Conrad German, Harry Gibson. Paul Gipson, Bobby Goodruni, Brenda Greening, Curtis Green, Kenneth Greer, Debbie Greer, Robert .X FRESHME N BOOST 'Is x 'I -Q gl fa - "', , , .3 W -TY 4 5 ' .W , . 'ef ' ,iff A ' A .ffaxx .1 l " ' ' ' if 1 - 9, 5 wi!! , .Ar 53,51 X f ,Q ' V,,k ,K ,Q M qs , --f 1 . - ' 1 U W at 6 x ' f ,- M.:-L J: Qu' : fp 'Cv K , f 4, ,.. h Q- - G e ll ..e, ifmk ,ff . if in 'f A ' Z 57 U , 4. s ' 1 wld X K K x I I , 4 X iq: Q. Wal' ,fi X 2' a ...an M. ?'lli:Xmlf1 K, . . I - 2 .eb L wg: - N J 4' .v 4 . ,, K. o ' ik -, i if-Qxvgirls. . i Y Griffin, Billy Griffin, Debbie Griffin, Steven Griswold, Kay Hale, Amy Hancock, Robert Haney, James Harkness, Judy Harris, James Henson, A. L. Henson, Elvin Hillin, Terry Hoppe, Billy Ivy, Don Jamison, Allen Jenkins. Marjie Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Mary Johnson, Ricky Jones, Cindy Jones. Pat Jones, James Kenner. Sheila King, Wanda Kolb, Bobbie Kuel, Kurt Lahosky, Kay Lauderdale, Lou Lee, Cleave Lee, David X f 1 . , 4 A 1' v '1 -A J., , ,, ,vvy fi . ' , U fl 5 , Lee, Robbie ' ,a f 'ev 'f ' ' 4- Lemons, Brenda 1' 1, .- ,f . ' liem.Hle,LLln.l. 1 ' .-A4 .13 - ' ove arry 'S' Q g A l . FX 1 l 67 Lumarl, Johnny ' ' ve, W Lunan, Mary ' 2 n 5 ,Syl 5' . ' J- lA I ., , 'Visa' , ,Q ll K higflilgfilllli? "' ,,, 'U 0' " f ' Q fn McKay, Debbie ,Y ,a ' , K McKneely, Danny f " Y' - -'K Mangham. firing iw ,el -' Ui, Mann, Marilyn ' fi fl" . ' .. g i' if S --5 4, 'Qnj' 'X J 1 1 . If V XL: if X ' ef' f. 393-Q rfjl' A 1 Marshall, Carla '76 qv Martin, James 5 2 Martin, Rachel ' ei Martin, Rita ,,V, ' " ' Martines, George , ,Q fl- , Matlock, Pemele fx -if S V xxx is xx' M 1' , ' W" 1 Middlebrook Tom . ff 1 ea 5. ,. 6, Q V F Millard, Kathy A ,gg 5 ,A W ' Mlleleed, Bobby - - f " , ' - . Milstead Suzie " . ' ' - Mitchell: Darene NM " -5 1.5, Montes, Charles , , Q 4- K .Q ij.. I , ,y W 4 5 ' N JN -f flax: .5 sl' 1' F ' Montes, grae . f' H .- , , ' Memes, ay Q . ex "' -v I f " 'V as Montgomery, Phill .A 3 " 'sf' e K ' ML Morgsn, Wanda , Ns ' K , Moses, Mike . X ' I 1 A Mosley, Mike , 1 1 , . , 1 f M , aa ,gif W ' . f l ll , 1 as . ' V "le m li Q F713 new ill. a ' FRESHMEN AT WORK Murdock, Vinito Nahonrs, Bobby Ohlsson, Eric Oliver, Alice Overall, Hollie Parish, Bobby if .N 4' 3 my ,,. A. in wg.: 9 fa 1 Muclrleroy, Harold 5f,,a3I: Muller, Normah , , x Y as I' " '2 Al x . '4 ' 2 e M U.. if ei' ,eg 5- -? :ii . . AND PLAY I wsu , , - n 'f ' hw r F . 'e 'f R g in R ...X 'uf , f I . A ws A R. J ' 7 e- F: ni ', e , ' i KW " QV' L - Patin, James A + L gp e 1 ' ,r 7 , 4. 1 --v ' Prrmeutex, Glen ' k krf 2 .1 0, 6 Q6 T74 ' rw. ' r' lr .-. T" , -, Q10 ' '- - ' i 'W' 'v fffr ' " , .." e' ' xr ri ww ff 1 ei in X e. nl l 2: 'ff lee- l5g.xl"'N Q :f r ' ' ef zz Y , W- A m v - r. e '11 ev . K ,f , 3 -egg-, . F2411 , Nr ' H "J 'eb Q Q, ' - - Perry, Maggie " ff ,Hs . 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Robert A Wflmg " ' 5 A A shepherd, Debbie 0 ' r-4 re ll ' A , . shepherd, Wayne - - , , ' ' 1 Y i ' , J, sherrell, Gary Q Ja f' e ' ,V Q: X ' "exe .N X , 1' X X VC' I -I .e f 3- - ' .r . e ' ., . .-. I, ff . Sherrod, Ga I , , A K ' ' e, l Simpson, left? , ,,, t12" Picture N fe 1, K, " K" Y r. 1 v-' Simon, Randy No, ' I fb b gg Skeeters, Mike A . A. fi, - ' w Skillern, Floyd 4' AVOUONS - I ' Smith Alford 1 ,ffll l ef K l K ..Y. , - , f ' 1 I79 ONE YEAR DOWN ,A - Vo an 4- .pw 2-'- , , Q 'D im. ' f Id , " ' V I A S , lx J., Q 1' Ku X 'df L! . A , I 2 .-gr.: Q 0 gas rr 3 1, ' S L V f 7 , S K si. ' H , E x n n, , t in K ,- A A v- " - "' x ' 3: R73- 2 'gl' 2' li' ' 5? S Y' as rfnvgg E X' K 1 ' - - fl . ' v' 'Z mf 'fm -X ,,,.,ft T- ', Jr. e , f .Af it .af 1 t 'I f ,.. . i 45.4, 0 Q, .5 4 1 K .. V V , H, . K ' -10 1 A Kvikfihflflffr S 4,1 ng . THREE TO GO Smith, Billie Smith, Curtis Sparks, Jack Stephens, Ronnie Stewart, Cathy Stewart, Dian Slilley, lucky Stockwell, Debbie Stone, Sara Stem, Connie Talmadge, Jimmie Taylor, Don Thomas, Rusty Thrash, Candy Tipton, Jimmy Timblb. Carlton Tubbe, Ronald Tullos, Kenneth Turner, Dianne Turnham, Hollis Vannoy, Martha Wages, Rosanna Waggener, Carol Walker, Steve Wallace, Shelia Ward. .lohn Weems, Loarn ,, y' Welch, Steven Wells, Ione Q I 7 . H A 'Wk Wester, Debbie White, Richard s if Wilkerson, Glenn A Wingate, Richard - -Q. Wingate, Peggy Wood, Robert H I f f I O 'll ON ig ,.- ,A J- Picture Nof "' Available ,g Q, , S ll A A L V - Q -4 , A H" X ' 5 v X 4 -4 x 3 K X i l A: 5- wlmawnfd, Theresa Q - ' Q wfsgm, Robin 3 . Z ,fm . .X l x F :Le Sc R xsdsfggq iv QSJSSX Xm QQ x ' QXXQ-BX" w3 r iff! W , f . . 11 ' K ' t Q 5 55 Q W , , EEF Efr' :E - 'iwniikzfis ,. ,bf On behalf of the yearbook staff and the students of N.H.S., I would like to thank our advertisers, whose patronage has made this yearbook possible. Lennijo Pitts Business Manager Book"N" 1967 www- qi, xi . it 5 ii JH 53 Wk-1fz.g.m DODGE AL DODGE, INC. Dodge ' Dart DODGE TRUCKS been 2I8 Taylor Ave. LO 4-266l SUZANNE'S CAMPUS TOGS KN i R dv Nacogdoches' Complefe Collegiafe Shop wxgfg ,LQLY PETITES AND JUNIORS 2I IOVZ Norfh S+. V2 Block from SFA LO 9-9469 fx gezftm Walaea Y? dim Eafing Ouf ls Always Fun a+ McLAlN'S MEN'S WEAR if ju JOHN'S 308 E. Main i 24 Hour Res'l'auran1' NACOGDOCHES NACOGDOCHES I84 15 N? Eeyigfwi Slilutners h w AVENUE FLOWER SHOP :sos virginia K Nacogcloches mi LO 4-6332 32 CECIL and RUBY LEE WELLS Congra+ula+ions, Seniors! MAIN THEATER Kteg' GR0gE.b,c 9' 4- HOWARD BAILEY'S HOME OF FINE FOODS 5ll E. Main LO 4-395I 5i0 E- Main NACOGDOCHES E C0 BRANTLEY'S TEXACO SWEET SHOP Specializing in Swee'l's I60I Woden Road Nacogdoches AND' ousemc HIE . O. DRAWER H21 I TELEPHONE L0 4- B336 O NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 7596! "Trus+ Your Car 'ro Hue Man Who Wears Hwe Shar." Sewing You Wifh . . . Texaco Pefroleum Producfs Texaco Qualify SpeciaH'ies Firesfone T.B.A. LACEY ELLIOTT-Texaco Consignee 309 Bremond LO 4-496I DRUGS BANITA LAUNDRY COULTER-COE SUPER DRUG With Two Locations Your Complete Drug Store fo 5e"Ve You Shopping Center ll7 W. Main :ooo Noah s+fee+ LO 44677 225 E' College NACOGDOCHES LO Tm' Armstrong Sieberling Cooper Monarck Tires Willard Batteries NAVARRO COX TIRE CO., INC. Friendly Tire Service Since l928 Wholesale ' Retail R E Compliments of W. PERRY CAMPBELL Consignee Mobil Proclucls Nacogdoches Enjoy Life More! Go to o Movie! LUMBERJACK DRIVE-IN THEATER Nacogdocheso Phone LO 4-2558 . . . X Q -1 sl' x F0 RU I 7' E fax ' 0 f 3 AVON N gdoches Savings 8: Loan Bldg. 203 W. Main LO 44Il2 LO 44196 LO 4-7337 NACOGDOCHES CompIimen'I's of MG CRAWFORD BUILDING MATERIALS "There is a Malrerial Difference' 600 Powers S+. LO 4-3734 ROARK AUTO SUPPLY Machine Shop Service Au'l'omo+ive Supplies and Equipmeni' E. W. ROARK ZI9 Souih S+ree'l' Owner NACOGDOCHES LO 4-380I BOWMAN'S STUDIO Hallmark Cards Sfafionery Ar-I Supplies Pariy Goods IO4 S. Pecan THE "STYX and STONZ" l88 BU RGESS POU LTRY MARKET, INC. Mrs. Burgess' Sou+hern S+yIe Ready-+o-Cook Fryers FRESH AND FROZEN POULTRY 900 E. Main Nacogdoches T. D. BURGESS Phone PresicIenI' LO 4-4656 GRIMES BUICK CO INC. BUICK Compliments of 230 I Nor+I1 S+reeI' NACOGDOCHES MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, INC. A BOOST TO are INDUSTRY IN EAST TEXAS Off-Set Printing ' All Business Forms Call LO 44683 PARTIES DANCES 'Ellyn CompIimen'Is of Qgnnfnnrg NACOGDOCHES.TEXA5 DRUG STORE T-'OMER TINDALL JACK DANIELS V R+. 4, Box 438 I322 W- Main LO 4-6038 LO 4-7609 CONSIGNEE 207 Bremond Oil CI'iIoE'.II:ucI's BOYETT'S JEWELRY Fine Jeweiry and WBICI1 Repair Diamonds, Mouniings, Silver BULOVAS, ELGINS. HAMILTONS I89 Compliments of EAST TEXAS WOOD TREATING CO., INC Pen'I'a Trea'I'ecI Fence PosI's Barn Poles, and Lumber CO., INC. Box 972 LO 4-536I Nagggdgcheg NACOGDOCHES P ' INXS 0111736 gg fw- E Q2 uurrxggfdl REESE BROS' CO' DRIVE UP WINDOW Sales Service H b - . Ch, k wes+ Main LO 4-4331 am urgfgseo 'C en NACOGDOCHES l5I6 NorI'I1 S'I'reeI' LO 4-4567 Complimenfs of WARDLAW BUSINESS MACHINES COMPANY II4 W. Hospi'IaI LO 4-5832 CompIimen'I's of WARR'S OXFORD SHOP NorI'I1 SI'reeI' MINEL FLOOR COVERING COMPANY 22l4 SOUTH STREET Floor Coverings Draperies Napko Pain'I's Wall Paper Compliments of COLLEGE HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH No loifering in The ha s y. 'fha 1' goes 'For fea h 'P o. EL MONTERREY Complimen+s of -EPEC'AUZ'NG 'N THE DAIRY ART M X'CAN FOOD- I23 King S'I'ree1' SHEPHERD'S RESTAURANT Good Ealing al' lls Besl Compliments of C. N. THOMPSON INS. AGENCY N. W. SMITH MOTOR CO. Ill S. Fredonia oLDs CADILLAC NACOGDOCHES RAMBLER CMC TRUCKS ND 1 'Q S560 Compliments of 7 Y LINDY'S THE BORDEN CO. SWIFT BROS. 81 SMITH DRUGGISTS Diamonds, Toilel' Goods Jewelry, Gifls CONVENIENT STORE Open 6:30 'Til II:00 900 Norfh S+ree+ LO 4-5500 Compliments of PRUDHOME'S GROCERY Complimenfs of LANKY WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION CO. Compllmenfs R W FAIRCHILD FAU LKN ER TIRE SERVICE 28 I 6 Soufh Sfreef Phone LO 4-626I NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS New and Used Tires Complefe Recap Service 24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE JOHN S WYATT INC Office Furmfure Office Supplies Business Machines P O BOX 992 Nacogdoches Texas 7596I 22II Soufh Sfreef LO 4 7363 NACOGDOCHES TEXAS I93 of 75604 FooIbuII s a rough sporf . . . ask any girl! MILLARD FEED COMPANY MOORMAN'S CONCENTRATES SEEDS GRAINS FERTILIZER CompIimenI's of COX 8: GREEN INSURANCE R+. 6, Box 3I Phone LO 4-36II BEALL'S pl'066 distinctive printing and advertising 4 WAYS To BUY Phone L04-4536 - 3605 sa-nn si Cash Nlcoidoches, Texas 75961 Charge Lay-away JOHN W. POPE Up 'I'o 6 Monfhs 'Io Pay! I Admiral ' Magnavox 0 ZeniI'I1 AbsI'racI's and TiI'Ie Insurance SpARK5' TV HOYA LAND TITLE CO. SALES 3, SERVICE Posf Office Box 208 4II E. Hospifal LO 4-8l0I Home EnI'er+ainmenI' Is Our Only Business I94 WALLACE'S DAIRY QUEEN ' ' A Food for HeaII'h ' aoz Norm-I smear 5 '- A Treaf 'For Tas'I'e If GARY TAYLOR'S ENCO SERVICE STATION 3020 North Sfreef LO 4-6602 CompIimen'I's of SHOFNER HARDWARE CO. THE CORNER SHOP Anfiques-GIf'I's-SpeciaIfies HoI'eI Fredonia NACOGDOCHES Compliments of NACOGDOCHES COU NTY UQ Q1 I sp COLLEGE CLEANERS Econ-O-Wash FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY I09 We'H'ermarIc LO 4-77I2 I95 DRESS 8: FABRIC CENTER 260 Norfh Sfreei' LO 4 8660 BRANCH-PATTON HARDWARE THRlFT'S CYCLE 8: SPORT SHOP Larges+ Sporfing Goods Sfore ID Easf Texas HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES EVINRUDE MOTORS l008 E. Main Sfreei' Phone LO 4 3634 NACOGDOCHES FLORAL CO. SAM and NADINE HEABERLIN I35 N. Mound S+. Nacogdoches LO 4-736 I 49-5036 I96 GELDMEIER GLASS 81 MFG. CO. AUTO GLASS AND WINDSHIELDS PIaI'e-Window-SI'ore FronI's Desk and FurniI'ure Tops-Shower Doors CusI'om Pic+ure Framing II7 NorI'I1 SI'reeI' LO 4-44I2 JULIA TAYLOR Be'Her Anfiques-Accessories 408 Mound S+ree1' LO 4-582I CompIimenI's of NACOGDOCHES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. THE DAILY SENTINEL Your I-Iome+own Newspaper" Always Boosfing NHS THE FASHION SHOP Ladies' Ready-Io-Wear QUALITY AND STYLE REASONABLY PRICED 404 E. Main S'rreeI' LO 4-8384 E. C. BEST 81 CO. 2 I 7 Main Street NACOGDOCHES Foremost Fashion Finest Quality Compliments ot KROGER FOOD STORE 322 North Street Congratulations, Seniors I 967 ROBERTSON'S PHARMACY SPECIALTY BAKING COMPANY 407 E. Hospital SONIC DRIVE-IN "HAPPY EATING" 1 Wafch ou+ Marilou! KENNEDY'S Keepsake Jewelers GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WRIGHT CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY 305 Nor+h S+reeI' LO 4-565I DUNCAN BARBER SHOP "Bes'r in Barber Service and Hair SI'yIing" Complimenfs of HOTEL FREDONIA s NACOGDOCHES o The cover of Ihe I967 Book N reflecis 'Ihe mood of our age vlbrani' and vlI'aI The same mood IS expressed In 'I'he clofhes arf we enloy In Ihe language of +he prmfers arhsi' 'Ihe colors are YeIIow 20I and Orange QIIBI we wear, +he music we Iisien +o, and Ihe . . . I I . rr 5,5 . ev -g , . The Iail END! I99 416 nx 11, L fx X X f C 4:,0 AJAV J P 1 -X 1, L LA, ,-1.1 d A-Lex , 4, A F r . rw , fl 1 1 ' " ' '- ' ' - L 2 ,A X-Q l 1 f' 1 N 1 1 ,WJ5 577fXZ 9 W W by gpowfliw wiqwwf 1 0Zf2,f6'5+f 1 of Wy M5514 W ff s LBJ oj I GARY DON DEMENT Wm M - 1951-196? Lwgfwgwg Sy Sxfyalsgss 13::e:t,pou1lf5end and das , Q, wxmslww Qym 1.15.1911 WQQSQNWW lfgbfgbdw- Cwxigvwgwsmq Q,U1 JZQm fmfff-'Q QW. 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