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

 - Class of 1976

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Editor-in-Chief Wm Pam ,Iurney Assistant Editor Ellen Morgan 2 0 fi' f ' , ' 3 li g We proudly dedicate the 1976 Book MN" to Mrs. Geraldine Brown who for forty-one years dedicated herself to the education of Americals youth. Table of Contents Forward Favorites Fitness Funtime Faculty Friends Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Finances 4 Our time is here, To say good-bye to the ones so dear. Friends, teachers, and lost lovers -,SX F!!! IHII lull IH!! l!!! :iii ,ag 3 Will remain in our hearts throughout the years. ii Our dreams that never came true are fading away, 8 Sl .Q , r ,N ' 1 A',., . ' - .V ji ' AN 1 e K. 1 We must let them 80" They belong to yesterday. We rushed through the years, I 'E' With never a thought it would end like this. .5-nf S Y 'WHERE- Q itll H .... i- STOP! Look around . 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Regina Patton, Duchess ol' Ricky Rocha Duchess of Eric Wade 34 Alfredic Coleman. Duchess of Hulon Polk Brenda McClend0n, Duchess of Jethro Norris Terri Thornlon, Duchess of Terry Chandler Mary Lee Evans, Duchess of Pele Baublel Glenda Thompson, Duchess of James lVlcCraw Katherine Parrish, Duchess of Sam Moore ax S , V.,.w.f,.. liki- Ellen Morgan, Duchess ol' Sle-ve Hopson Kaye Crinlland, Duchess ol' lllalu- Barnett 4 5 .fx ., A ml V "T r ., j r l- if Ml l W 3 451 32" .f- e .fffz . ff gb f ff f , r sl? In Q. r, V . .2255 K 'n Q, if : , ' ,I 'fam f' . ,ffffi W s' ,fw,:3 5 ing , , 'gif' , Q1 ' 1' ,, ,.,, , V Becky Worley, Toni Curl, Duchess of Tommy Hunter Duchess of Galeon Skillern l V , ,ir 5 a , new ' I f l '. A fdly I ,f Laurie Ramsey, Lysa Smith, Duchess of David Dobbs Duchess of Paul Lauderdale 35 MMV ,W 0 D hz., fffilf, .-. . Cheryl Davis, Duchess of Archie Ki-ggler Tracey Perkins, Duchess of Hoberl Adams Dolores Durr, cheerleader duchess, was second runner up for homecoming queen. 36 Emma Deckarci. Sandra Malhews, Duchess of Cledale Wi1ii8kt'I' IIuChe55 of Charles Hudsgn Brenda Bralton, HERO-FHA duchess, was iirsl runner-up for home- coming queen. 1 ""1..,.v--'E11 Club Duchesses fnuvx iv' ut.4. Q. bt lu .-l1i9df,v - , .,qg..,.5,,.,., ' ' - Club Duchesses, Front: L, to K Kathy Sherrill, Rhonda Dudley, Tania lixird, Ellen McDonald, Vicki Matlock, Lisa Beall and Jana Kendrick. 2nd: Brenda Bratlon, Francell Patton, Pam Jurney, Marianne Nichols, Donanne Lilly, Diana Mullen, and Dolores Durr. 3rd: Kathy Upchurch, Liz Stanly, Jill Montgomery Darlene McMurtray, and Melody Hill. 4th: Alvita Johnson, Sherry Grimes, Tricia Nations, Jeri Wilhite, Vicki Collins, and Barbara Cason. Not pictured individually. 1. R. Dudley-Drill Team 2. S. Grimes-Auto Mechanics 3. T. Laird-Science Club 4. D. Lilly-HOCT 5. V. Matlock-Key Club 6. D. McMurlray-FTA 7. J. Montgomery-Scribblers 8. T. Nations-French Club 9. M. Nichols-Pan Am 10. F. Patton-Pep Squad ll. J. Wilhile-Rodeo 38 x ,Q D.: av 4 Q0 .' - .slug S13 I s 7 we , af r 2.435 W 35 . 5 f 5, , J.A . Lisa Beall- Brenda Bratton- Barbara Cason- Annual HERO FHA Thespians R S FOOTBALL IN ACTION N if721Iff'i'f'f , rf, ' .. -113,3 PHX -.. E ,ex ik' -2 ..,,v. fs, ,415 pw K -f 39 HS VARSITY FOOTB LL TEAM F7 , ,-- .., . t Q-f .3 L........,,4-.......,.., Front row. L. to R. H. l'olk, PL Sessions. P. Baublct. ,l. Nlaxcy. K Horn, A KL-gglcr, lVl. Fomcy, A. Cambell, D. Dobbs. R. Rocha, T. Marlin, .l. Horn. Second. T. joncs, ,l. Bcall. K. Kenner. R. Adams. S. Hopson. Nl. Kr-nm-r, li. Whitchcarl, S. Moors, P. Lauderdale, C. Hudson, M. Chalman, R. Caldwell. Third. W. Jackson, C. Nt-al. C. Whitaker. K. Nlillcr. B. Barnett. C. Bruton, G. Skillcrn, D. Wiur. T. Chandler. ,l. Hall, D. Winthrop, G. Slay. Fourth. S. Abernathy, T. llunlvr, J. lVlcCraw. P, Simpson. R. Douglas. Nl. Nlattht-ws. T. Slat-tl. J. Wilson, li. Barnett. C. Hyde, ,l. Christian, J. Norris. Football coachesg Kneeling-Gerald Gardner, john jinkins, Buddy Williams, Chuck Williams, and Jimmy Langford. Standing, Ron Collum, William Harper, and Lonnie Caylor. 40 Adams, Roln-rl Barnett, Blake Baulmlvt, Pett- Camplmell, Auclwin Chandler. Terry Dobbs, David Hopson, Steve Horn, Kerry Hudson, Charles Hunter, Tommy Jones, Tom Keggler, Archie Kenner, Mickey Lauderdale, Paul Nlaxie, Jerry McGraw, James Miller, Kenneth Moore, Sam Norris, Jethro Polk, Hulon Rocha, Ricky Sessions, Herman Simpson, Phillip Skillern, Caleon Whitaker, Cledale 41 Abernathy, Sid Barnell, Barry Beall, james Brulon, Charles Caldwell, Ralph Chalman, Michael Christian, Johnny Douglas, Hoy Hall, Jerry Horn, ,lim Hyde, Clenis jackson, Waymon Kenner, Kenneth Marlin, Tim Matthews, Mark Neal, George Slay, George Sleeil, Terry Wier, David Wilhrop, Dean REMAINING VARSITY PL YERS Football managers: L. lo R. James Bentley, Luther Jackson, Tim Miles, and Kevin Rossler. 4 2 'T I I 1 , Gisli BY J t JU IOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM .W F, Y , hw ., 1 Front row-I.. to H. C. Haleg j. Hudsung B. Pleasant: T. Murphyg R. Roberlsg R. Slinsong T. Christopher. C. Smithg Nl. v2:lWlt'I'1St'l70l1lT row-E. Poolg W. Gar- retlg M. lknerg R. Blaukshirvg L. Simong K. Randallg J. Blarkshircg K. Chumbleyg K. Dillong G. Ayresg J. Russvllg N. Fallsg Third row-I.. ,Iac-ksun, Mgng T. Dodcl F. Polkg J. Strudcg M. Alleng F. Burn-ll, jr.g D. Upchuruhg D. Andf-rsongC. Gillespieg C. Ulu-rg D. Wie-rg Top row-J. Yarlmuroughg M. Pagcg D. Whiteg C. Morris C. Phillipsg D. Mimmsg J. Srnr-llcyg ,I. llc-dtk-ld. JU ICR VARSITY CHEERLE DER . il! iw. E E Kneeling-A. Fareg L Dobbsg D. Stewart. Standing-K. Kendrickg B. Patton. 43 FRESHMAN GOLD SQUAD v- f -A v -gy I - 3 , 5- ,, ,. x r 4 5 Q , L- 7 Q 2 m ' 'S' A K f . J m . ' 4 yn h . 'L V. . - f sa 44 ' ' 'J 54 EDI L , ' . . 1 fy ffl ' 7 Q. 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X l xx' -ENNIE - , , . s . , .' gj.q6:'.e', T, in K V Quay.. S 1- J A-if J . Fw IJ ...-f"Q'fifi a.-I it 5: . rzvfi V - "- 'va "X-iff calf" if' , ,J-, I 0, : ..,' H cl 'lQ?f"fi?2' gsm? its , " .Nw--if' la pta? f 1 ,. 1 f .. . b.fgM,4.1-'Erik '1 4 HQ.-W xg aw., A '52, ".+.1- 1, 'ij' -We P' 'Q J , . fif N , in -mxlflf -4, " Kneeling: J. Perry-Major. Front: I.. lo R. Officers. S. Matthews, Lt., J. Ferguson, Lt.: L. Seaton, Lt.: J. Morgan, Ll.: S. Bradshaw, Capt.: T. Perkins, Capt., J. Williams, Capt. Second: Nliss Russel, Sponsor, A. Brown, V. Colomb, K. Colston, S. Cobble, J. Bratz, Mrs. Greening, Sponsor. Third: L. Smithhart, C. Choate, J. Blacksher, A. Bantley, Pe MeCrew. Fourth: K. Moore, J. Lee, A. McGowan, L. Martines, D. Howlett. Fifth: M. Goodson, J. Bridwell, l. Johnson. Sixth: B. Blackshire, J. Mathews, J. Wyatt. 4 5 VARSITY BASKETB LL TEAM , 1, ,Q A Standing: 'll llagvns. D. Young. C. Bruton. ,l. Robinson. l'. Simpson. li Douglas. R. Wrighl, G. Skillern. Coach Caylor. Knm-ling: P. Lauderdale, K. Halls Sandi-rs. Nl. Doyle. Y Nlanuel Sanders 1221 dribbles the ball down lhe courl. 46 , M r.ffr o r E i A G ON S I rf A . A, . , V i axf 'I ww ,vt .,, ,?,' ,A 1 'S-f f S ,A I ,- 5r.g'1s?LAL J I M V 4 Q.. ,,-- 7 , . .i 5 1 , W "'X24k?i . X, 4 f. ,ww V 4 ,Wm , . ,.,,. ., .,i..fa H2 . ' . ' i N T -?':i1g"w ' , ' ' 1 - - -'14 fs" A , - , A ,. , N. ., ,Kg . :i,fg, . Ny ..,, i a iffiitff l r , I ,,,. o, ,. ,... , Y, gm l 1 -' .c , A ff.. Basketball Coach-Lonnie Caylor. VARSITY BASKETB LL PL YERS Charles Brulon Hoy Douglas Michael Doyle Tommy Hagens junior Junior Junior .lunior Keith Halls Paul Lauderdale .lerry Robinson Manuel Sanders Senior Senior Senior Senior Phillip Simpson Galeon Skillern Ron Wright Darryl Young Senior Senior Senior Senior w 4 r JR. VARSITY BASKETB LL , . Front: L. to R. L Jackson, R. Epps, C. Davis, A. T. Ball, C. While, R. Roberts, A. Hines, Back: M. Page, C. Morris, D. While, B. Simpson, C. Sterns, M. Ikner, Coach R. Collom. 49 N S VARSITY TR CK TE M 5 , A v ,x ,Q A a ff X w 'fi -ff 1. of First row: L. lo li, R. Blacl-xshire. N. Falls. l,. Simon. J. Nlaxie, A. Campbell, R. Stinson, T. Hag:-ns. Second: W. Jackson, A. Ball, A. Marlin, K. Chumbley, R. liolwrls, B. Mullen, C. Wllilaker. T. Dodd. Thircl: Coach Harper, D. Wiser, F. Burrell, R. Adams, M. Matthews, G. Skillern, F. Polk, C. Brulon, lVl. Chalman Coach Jenkins. N. H. S. highjumpe-rs practice lor an imporlanl track meeL Track coaches: L. lo R. William Harper, ,Iohn Jenkins and Gerald Gardner. Y 50 s GIRLS' TR CK TEAM f- wh , , ,ff :fl Front row: D. Fleniken-Mgr., E. Scroggins, C. Murray, D. McDaniel, D. Moore, E. Lampkin. A. Black, l.. Douglas, M. ,lohnslon-Mgr. Second: K. Kendrick, S. Harrison, D. Brannon, lVl. Christopher, S. ,Ie-nkins, P. Robinson, M. Muckleroy. Third: Mrs. Simpson-Assislanl Coavh, Nl. Yawler, l- Willis, K. Parrish, J. Griswold, J. Leonard, B. Murray, A. Nlszlfarlaml, Mrs. Guym-s-Head Coach. X Y - -- i, T 'A , N44 Track coaches. Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. C-uynes. Track member Emmie Lampkin works oul with weights in preparalion lor lrack season. 51 HS TENN I TEAM M. . m.W,f.t.,.. 1 ff 1 .1" -M Q , eauucmx 79525 First row QL to RJ, M. Bilan, A. Arscott, M. Bilan, J. Noa. Second row, M. Wright, A. Tindall, N. Harris, A. Mathews. Third row, J. Evans, B. Waters, R. Wag- goner, R. Stanley, T. Katari. Fourth row, P. Greer, R. Waggoner, K. Anderson, A. Muckleroy, Coach M. Wlmtley. 3' FI "" "Q 4' H' ' f 1 ' 1 i I 'ff ' Q ZQ2.fTf..,.- ' Jlllfflif I ' W me iiiff. , A -J A i ,, , few :tgp 1 ,M-W, M' 4 1 .1 lf- f -ve-e A I 2 . -. A A 5 manual! , , ,g gf H" . 1111 A "" gi llQll 179' Q H11 r ml KI? A . , lil H 'jigf' f Ex ' Q U C , gggrzg. , A 1111 2 g 2 . r 1 M A f unulunnuuu we A A i n C' 1w,a,fsf. jug... ' f +1 .i-if 4 Mi me" ,X ' ,,i,fiQ'1'H ."'-2 Q4 " ffr 75, T K J V' N ffit. ifigiif Q i af ix, a,g23i255,S2i1i:2gi" N . , . X 'ffvsm Outstanding Players: Richard Waggener and Angie Muckleroy Coach: Mary Whatley 5 2 C ,.X.,, it S GOLF TE MS f Mg K? I' 4 5 52' Tix,-i y 4 N." flff'.,L,: if AA Q 0. A !! -rajgigw-gi! V, 3 id. , 2 k lu ., 04? i Z Vizlifig. . Tri , -.,wg,.f ,. ,Q .. ,Wy wc- rl X-Q' K wk, 1 -I ' :v",... 'Q ' A ..',h,',-sf - nf., vm. Q Q iNiv.r.gf,.53,.fgf35 .,,5Eg e fV3, 'Fin f".'H gg' gg: V. tlbgfi, .. . ,. V, fx 'dp R'w:ir.4,. 'Ll.' no -M 'FA H 'xv l . f 1 v . ,Q ,, W, .:,,,,' mg we 3,1 , ,. Aff . agdg "HT-lx ' .r . , , x f .--2.9 . K' f" . f' 'ff' 7-xy , ff .+'. 'fm H Kneeling: P. Tanm-ry, M. Dodson, S. Holl. Standing: L. lo R. ll. Clark, C. Thomas, ,l. Penningion, D. Nlaynarrl. R. Hem-sc, H. Kinghum. P. Taylor, S. Taylor, and T. Honea. 'ww-,w M My X .,.,, , , , . , .fy .1 4 . 1 IQ bl gli A uhm :va . ll . iw L!! - ,Ji 5 N Y ' ll 'Q ' .. ' -V' . ... ,W :gan Y " wi. - f i'Y"?f. T .,,,L..z ffffl -4 . Kyrie: Girls' Team: B. Kramer, C. Dempsey, N. Yorilali, and S. Price. G0lf Coach: G60l'gC LiIldSCy- 5 3 rQ,f' Prayer before each game is the rule lor the volleyball teams. Coach Guynes gives the varsity team a pep talk at the beginning of each Damn fs. ,sears 4 ' slay w --...Q 21 ,umm Ava Compton retrives a ball during a lense game. Judy Griswold's specially is an unreturnable spike The 1975 Volleyball Team was one of the best in the history of NHS. The team became district cham- pions and advanced to regional play-offs. The junior varsity was a promising team to step into the varsity spot in 1976. 56 Teamwork is necessary and is always evident during games HS VARSITY BA EB LL TEAM Front row. L. to R Coach Williams, Don Cumbley, ,lack Deffvrand, Kerry Horn, Victor Brilcy, B. B. Schott, Coach Langford. Second: Sid Abernathy jerry Strode, Jim Horn, Greg Griffith, Dean W'inthr0p, Eric Wade, Fred Mathews. Third: Tim Martin, Bruce Simpson, Mickey Kenner, David lvy, Marty Baiie, ,Ieff Harris, Melvin lkner. Back: James Smelley and Mike Vawler-Managers. L lx E ' e 1 , A ,Q :I - V N V W ' . , ,lim Horn practices his batting. Baseball coaches. Jimmy Langlbrd and Chuck Williams. 58 p W REMAINING PLAYER Sid Alu-rnalliy Don Chumbley Jim llUl'Il Tim Marlin Junior junior Junior Junior ' ' - - AS. TTU' 1. V, 1-vu - jerry Strode Dean Winthrop ,Im-ll' Harris Melvin lkner Junior Junior Sophomore Sophomore ix gi,-I , J, , , , ,, 4.4 A, A ', 1 f ...fQ.l. Fred Mathews Bruce Simpson James Smalley Mike Vawler Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Manager Manager l ' N lv- yr ,ff "f '15 W mmm Qi g ,if 2 all 1 I , , ,A 5 , ,aw ff V " PW lzczal, W f'A2f.'35Q21:s .L W , , :rr .mr , ms f H , " fungi- Q -- gn- rvrfyzaffjv, 37.3 .af -ffplw f., V -galil 'S' 4' '1 A e"'fJ6I uw r4,,.-' Qvfifhfrff W M arf?-'f ' 2' I ' z ' -I . wa I ' 4511 f , ' ii, Ld , N , - V 1 3 ,U fu b k wr, V, X f ,IM 5, -' I W , Q. f' IJ, y Q- 't, .MSW 'ii ix." L' , - V, , ? QwW,2.. t A In V V W . . , I VH- , ., E A i .f A-L me A r"'1" "5" r- . ' if 'H . Mani' Baile grins 55 ht' bends! Victor Briley strikes again! 1 'iw vi ' Y X QQHLQ ,2 ' if v Q .V - x I :X QR X A ' , ' x x X 1 tial igyu nu-. ,N...-,..,,. ,W ,, R 'NJ . ,sn , 3 i. A ie ya . .ya ,J v f-,Lv V.M..,...,..i.,,... ,Y ,-,gf V -q N in Baseball Team members anxiously await their lurn at bal. VARSITY PEP S UA 2 l .1 5 f' aiirii L, , f Q62 From lellz ,l. Weyland, K. Nlclflmurray, D. Davis, J. Peterson, J. Griswold. R. McShan, T. Brewer, D. Thompson, M. ,lol'1nslon,J. Muckleroy, T. Ellison Major. Sponors lor the group are Mrs. 'f Becki Medley and Mrs. Dorolheus Mallory. Lf ll- , Pep Sqaud members attended football games as regular cheering spectators. . l Mascots D. Worsham, E. Moore. Q3 SS L E S Pom-Pom Girls A. Tindall Woodson, D. Harris. Q rl' DRILL TEAM 'U-U, t, Seated L to R: M. Nichols, J. Hand, S. Chandler, E. Phillips, Cv. Muckleroy. Kneeling L to It K. Pollock, T. Laird, E. McDonald, N. Yoritate, A. Coleman, Y. Phillips, C. McCormick, B. Compton, L. Millard, D. Mullen, K. Rhodes, R. Dudley. Standing L to R: L Douglas, H. Grimes, J. Green, C. Cox, E. Washington, J. Whitaker, C, Ellison, B. O'Bannon, P. Peacock, A. Whitaker, J. Deason, K. Dunn, B. Spurrier, B. Boyett. V. Griffin, and P. Daniels. i , -f p li e. . , 1, N Officers L to R: Vivian Shepherd, Jr. Captain, Marianne Nichols, Sr. Captain, Eyvonne Phillips, Sr. K Captain, Sherri Chandler, Major, ,lan Hand, Sr. Captain, Glinda Muckleroy, Jr. Captain, Tammy Jones, Mascot. Sponsor: Mrs. Johnnie Simpson 63 S Varsity Cheerleaders MYSCM nononas Q' L im ' now' I i ll lo right, Allvsim Palm 1' 1, Nl ary Lee EYZIIIS. Lisa Beall, Dolores Durr, Norma Scroggins, Kaye Crimland. and Holly Musick 7x4.1 lr DOLCPQQ f ' g l f , , :Km . wifi' Dolores Durr Lisa Beall Head Cheerleader 3 years 2 years 1 ' , , wg ,I ,4 -ff-7 T, ,. A 1 V lg ,, f , ,- f ff: . ' H7 g .V 0' -'J' gi, fg' ff ,, qv ff" H .rf v if I4 .2 ' 'IM' , iff' 4 ' M ff '-fy ff if ,-J, ,A q+',,1K,,, mf Aw K-. f 3, f' If ,fg' 2, , " ' , v "1 , 'af' .f'."1. ,fff W '- ' 5 ,A ' 'ff mn, 1. A X J H . ff,- x -qavwi ,f1f+1:,G.uEe!-Lf! A ff. -f A 5 ,N, :Zl,fdQJf .v- new' n EQ1 1. .. X 'fffw . L Hr: tak-fqugsgtw. 34.4. 1 "'Q1fEfSvz4:Qq'Qi3:-.f,4 Lui' . QQqwZ'11.,gfggQ52w:2'x-1, ggszgffs? 'f3'??:'u'ff:,iizgffwev--g,,, N- ---.M , M- :H-X 'gfwrill ,M M " Mzqggggswy A Hale, gifglcw 9-eggszeqgfsr-QQ,Q-rwsagggz., ' ' Hx52115Tf:4g--Wi3'-nEw'5:aig,iJi45g:ff3' me wma Q 7:-521:--Mig, fff1h1,f54.r-24 'W"Y'-miliibifeaialuzeafszzig '14 "QR-Lifiziiixikifliz "- 1315.25 66 Time Book 'N' Staff i ggi Aw 3' 5353 1 " ,W Fronl I.. lo R.: Morgan, K. Sherrill. T, Tliomlon, and M. Clifton. Back: M. Wright, J. Mooney. L. Millard, P. Jurncy, J. Daughlry, and G. Jurney. Nol pictured: J. Colwcll and M. Johnson. 'S ' J 'W kk Qs1fll4euE1i,.r o - Pam Jurney-Editor-in-Chief. Connie Hawkinwsponsor. 68 2:1135-lf-E K. U Q' 61,1 Judy Mooney Ellen Morgan Kathy Sherrill Terri Thornton The 1976 Book N Staff spent many hours both during school and after in an attempt to bring the NHS student body one of the finest annuals ever. Mandy Wright 70 A rt Club l 0 I ' ' o tl First Row: S. Ploch, D. Durr, R. Williams, D. Dun: Svuond Row: L. Pevey, R. Hinton, D. Stolts, D. Buckley, T. Anderson, Y. Triana, S. l'ricegTl1ird Row: Mrs Morris, B. Hammock, V. Higginbollian, R. Dudley, P. Compton, L. Triana, K. Browning, D. Strode, Fourth Rows Nlr. Re-id, C. Dempsey, lVl. Buchanan, C Dempsey, C. Bass, J. Ervin, H, Stanley. i 5,1 7' i'.'1fl.f' Z 2 -. f, 'ff t an , . 4 . " . 'S 1' D A , ,V In V V4- . ,V .VM 'ff . V . t , j . ., V f ,Vi -V V 6.1! -. V f-Vfi':..V5 ' at ...X ..... , .. -.,. . V V.. V. . -.wr M , f 534 ii' 'QW ' .VV v . Vg Vf gf' 3 gg' ..f1'. . , UMR 5,-US? . if ..,, Q., ii. . " ,, .Af 29+ 4 L V ff - Vs ' W' '- ' ' ' ' ' A -' V. K f : ffzavg -f 1 ,,,. few' V. if ' X . , ' W 1' x ' "'6fw ' ff' 'ins ,ff . -.J V' .mtg-,g .V . " V -1 I ' F . Wk. . V l, - K4 -gf , ' 'K-' , f iv, 5 X V V . V wg ' ti4V.fV:i'.1, 1, - 1. .. -1.9, ,. ,. l. W V..-A I, ,... fm V ...,... 41611 ,.!f:?f:7 . ,. Vt Vllgl " J. Ervin, Vice-President, S. Price, Secretary, S. Ploch, President. Sponsor, Mrs. Morris. 7 1 Building Trades r iflffiyafm, .' 4 f f S r i , to ' Yfifitssw f . M ' E52 ,-rf Morning Classg Left to right: T. Ware. F. White, R. Johnson, M. Low, S. Seaton. B. Rodrigues, M. McClain. Afternoon Classg Left to right: R. Robertson. T. Rodrigues. B. Caver, M. Nlekeel, J. Hudson, R. Sponsor, Mr. Dub Alexander. Bates. . FQ 73 NHS Band Stage Band YXHQ vs sm' ' ' H mczaAwn,, AN A Hs 7 . - V 'N " MEM +I 5 Q mx! , -,aww GJ' un., :ii JA.- .P Drum Majors, Katherine Parrish, Lisa Fletcher and Mary Ann FaullU1Cr lrector Mr Trov Lilly Stage Band Director, Mr. Skip Parker Chorale v ., . , ' , mln K K M- "' W" " K 2' f . i f -- A f uf' ,,Qs.g,i-.-.faflfA1'f:'- ef' :5'i,eBp,y-,ff A V , . D ' . . ' V+ wi,4gf':'ffPw:il f- . , ' ' . N 1 ,Q :. zxmf-vh.QX'.fI,:.. 15, M' - ,.. .. . . Front Row, L. to R.: M. Evans, A. Fare, K. Sherrill, P. Jurney, D. Pitts, M. Hill, K. Lambert, P. Crow, N. Scroggins, D. Hopkins, Mrs. Reid. 2nd row: M. Layton R. Stanley, J. Daughtry, K. Crimland, R. Noa A. Ball, D. Rogers, K. Horn, M. Elliot, D. Chumley, D. Buckley, B. Clayton, A. Hamilton. 3rd row: J. Pills, P Jones, P. Howard, D. Daughtry, S. Adams, B. Simpson, M. Matthews, B. Weaver, P. Lauderdale, C. Hardy, M. Clifton, and K. Commander. quali- ,..,,,,--1 . NM-N-"HV .-vq Officers: First row: M. Layton-Robe Chairman, B. Weaver-Historian. 2nd: P. Jurney- Sponsor: Mrs. Reid Vice Pres., K. Lambert-Publicity Chairman, M. Clifton-Sec. 3rd: K. Sherrill-Treas., K. Horn-President. 76 All District Choir: First row: H. Stanly, D. Buckley, A. Hamilton, K. Lambert. 2nd: B. Moore, M. Elliot, M. Layton, B. Clayton, D. Pitts. 3rd: K. Hom, S. Adams, P. Lauderdale, D. Rogers. Not Pictured: Joy Pitts. All State Candidates: David Rogers, Debbie Pitts, Karen Lambert, Ruth Stanly ZW All Region Choir: First row: J. Pitts, D. Buckley, B. Clayton, D. Pitts, K. Lambert. 2nd: M. Elliot, K. Horn, D. Rogers, R. Stanly. C-..:' All State Choir: Karen Lambert and Debbie Pitts Y Yankee Doodle Dandies in ACTION! The Chorale and Chorale Girls won Sweepstakes at contest and were presented these trophies. 77 Concert Choir and Girls, Choir l i s V sk' '. - rf. . r J of. ji N.. .,. Front row: L. lo R. Mrs. Reid, M. Goodson, T. Thompson, L. Reid, K. Kendrick, S. Jackson, Y. Hickman. Second. B. Boyetl, B. Spurrier, N. Hingle, C. Hurstl R. Mcshan, H. Grimes. Third. B. Moore, J. Bridwell, J. Wyatt, B. Dulilin, K. Caver, J. Perry. Fourth: P. Daniel, D. Oliver, L Smithhart, J. Phillips, K. Jones, J Erwin, D. Thompson. J. Green. Fifth: D. Gooden, H. Simpson, B. Alston, R. Bn-nllvy. Q 'aft I o 5 1 I 23, Front row: L. to R. Mrs. Reid, Y. Triana, J. Williams, D. Doyel, S. Doggett, A. Bentley, D. Rowletl, K. Casper. Second: R. McGrew, B. Vanover, A. Veuleman, Skeeters, G. Lazarine, C. Bush, E. Lampkin. Third: T. Nabors, M. Wade, J. Ferguson, D. Kurtz, V. Colomb, M. Christopher, S. Jenkins. Fourth: D. Trotty, Crank, S. Bradshaw, A. McGowan, K. Moore, J. Leonard, J. Lee. 78 ocational Industrial Clubs of America- Cosmetology xv xn um K . , fl , 1 e f -f7!g.1'L ,V " 1, V , t P in iffQ..1:i'i, , . W rf dwg P W ' Aww' P .2 , .4 5 5' fi 15215 ,1 ,ij jg f f' J 'ffl P A ' nf! .J 1 1 Q , 1, Vg K 5. 5 .1 A, 1' 2 ' V 5 lffW.'ii" k ' ' .5 uf .Am ,,--Y' ' i .. ?' 3 'P if 5 . 1 X v llll , ' ,, gift: f, , l fx I . . A ,. ' First row: C. Pistole, C. Murray, H. Gomez. Second row: V. Vaughn, L Ramsey, ,I, Peterson, J. Loving, I O SPOUSOTT Mrs- Lml' Kee- Officers: First row: V. Vaughn, President, J. Pills, Vice President, Second row: E. Grego- ry, Secretary, J. Peterson, Reporter. 79 Distributive Education DECA- Clubs of America ki SWA 4 v A V 5,515 N L ,L ii ' l tn , 4 , e Q l ' 'S f ffm' wa . -2 Sw f f il . Y. ,' Q ,,. . Af W ,Q .- . , . . , Z7 Y ,ar First Row: S. Grogan, W. Mackey, D. Statts, C. Gibson, ,l. Kendrick, C. Vanover, S. Biggs. Second Row: K. Upchurch, K. Boyelt, D. Jones, C. Turner, C. Pelil V. Higginbotham, M. Hill, D. Good, N. Ellis, M. Buchannan. Third Row: C. Whitehead, P. Grimes, S. Waflbrd, M. Rogers, D. McMurlray, T. Daniels, B Mosley, B. Oliver, R. Honea, S. Helscr, R. Randolph, R. Potter. '77 Q., ' 1 , 6- 4-'TM J. Kendrick, Secretary K. Boyctt, Treasuren C. Vanover, Historian, D. Good, Chaplainq R. Porter, S. at Arms, C. Gibson, Reporter: P. Grimes, President, A. Wal- son, V. President, R. Martin, Parliamentarian. 80 l Sponsors: Rick Still, ,lane Ann Kendrick. a 'ww Dragon Echo E374 f, lf! Q ,J Front row: Nl. Faulkiwrg C. Gibson. Nl, Clifton. Second row: li. Wade. K. McEln1urruyg'l'. lixirdg C. Hallomg l'. Wallace. Thircl row: M. Niuholsg M. Barberg K. Lamherl: lf. Nlvllonaldg and Y. Phillips. s NRE Ss' .5115 s , e- 7f"7ffg 'i ' Q W, ,l , . -Fifilfi Q 5 ' bw 4 ' 1' ' I ' fl,'g?:E.gg, 4 Q x""S.. ' . fa - fgw' , M? X, , hilpam ,r-if-,, -,L ss Ruff'-1. .tam A U iii!-We 1 '5e1f5'g 'yi From lelt: Assistant editor, M. Barber: Sports editor. E. Wacleg and Editor, K. Lambert. 82 1'-"!',...' 1 ' 153'-'i I Qi t t' N.. ff , hffws . , Q ii . :YL X-V 4 g . ',' ? W f . . .-yn ,M i ,f ,gb ' , From left: Y. Phillips, Photographer: and M. Faulkner, Feature editor. Z., 'QQ Left: P. Wallace and M. Nicholsg Ad Managers. Leil: E. McDonald, Exchange Edilon and M. Cliflon, Business Manager Lefli T- I-Bird, RCPONCYZ and C- HHIU-Um, TYPi5i- Left: C. Gibson and K. Mclflmurray, Reporters. Sponsorg Mrs. Connie Hawkins. 83 FF Q First row: F. Burrell, C, Sessions, B. Alders, K. Johnson, N. Maness, R, Brewer, T. Clifton, T. Jones, Second row: J. Pennington, C. Whitley, J. Cupid, R. Luna S. Davis, J. Mooney, K. Kendrick, L Weaver, M. Mc-ador: Third row: L Hurst, L. Looney, R. Henson, T. Greer, S. Means, R. Hancock, B. Clifton, Fourth row D. Alders, S. Sitton, D. Clark, K. King, J. Bentley. A Arnold, K. Roesler, H. Adams, S. Jacobs, J. Wilhile, D. Estes, Mr. Poe, Filth row: D. Spencer, K. Jones, M Parmley. M, Hill, ll. Aston, H. Waggener, S. McKee, K. Anderson, K. Scarbourgh, L. Rogers, D. Upchurch, T. Thompson, Mr. Burrell, Sixth row: Mr Thompson, C. Phillips, D. Garret, J. Parmley, D. Aston, H. Mackey. G. Brandon, M. Horn, Mr. Perilte, S. Cane, K. Franks, W. Sparks. Qllicers: Terry Clifton, Ronnie Jurney, Bailey Alders, Fred Burell, Ken Johnson, Nails Maness, Randy Brewer, Tom Jones, Craig Ses- sions. 84 1 1 , ' 'RQ FFA Typisls: Karen Rhodes, Sarah York, Teresa Sparks, Cheryl Killingsworth. A group of enthusiastic: FFA boys- Bailey Alclers. K1-nncth Wootlson, Danny Weaver, Tim Marlin. FFA Talent team placed lst in District competition. Handy, an FFA member, and his best friend, john Deere, the tractor. 'PQ K Sponsors: Mr. Peritle, Mr. Burrell, Mr. Poe, fVlr. Thompson. 85 4 ,,. 61 P , P ,. X I V sz' , 4 ' 1 45 ,, ,J 1 316 C , N 4 ' ,NW ,Q 15.2 'f 1 . f 1' fm, wif: -1,2 . ' xg . 45 ,Q ,Q I A X :ws if " J' K f .4 , . : wil . f ww ., .12 . V , ,gp mf: mimi , kg? J f L 2231. French Club rf, ff? f- if sw .ug lv First row, L. lo R.: D. Shaw. D. Davis. B. Carla-r, V. Roach. Second row: P. Brown, T. Nations, M. liiylon, E. Nlorgan, A. Pallon. Third row: A. llamillon, H. Musick. Nl. Doyle, R. Mendoza, K. Dean, l. Muckle-roy, Mrs. Jelifries. Fourlh row: C. Roach, D. Rogers, C. Fuller, l'. Daniels, K. Richardson, l.. Nlvncloza. if-fT"1lr, Officers: L. lo R.: P. Brown, M. Layton, W. Waters, D. Davis, D. Rogers, M. Doyle. Sponsors: Roberta Jefferies and ,laye ,lean Slransky. 87 Future Homemakers of America l x L I 5,53 mx Figs M S. 1 From Row-L to R, ,l. Cooper, L. Atwood, B. Creen. T. Lee. L. Triana, Second Row-C. Dempsey. C. Coats, C. Dempsey, Doggett, R. Battle, Third Row-R. Atwood. N. Yorilate, S. Dudley. K. Upchurch, L. Skeelers, Fourth Row+C. Black, J. Hill, S. Langford. T. Sparls, R. Henson. I-'itlh Row-J. Thompson, D Davis, C, Ballard, J. Morris, L. Pleasant. Front Row-P. Jurney, Parliamentarian, L. Skeeters, Isl Vice Pres., C. Dempsey, 4th Vice Pres., C. Ballard, Sergeant at'Arms, C. Coats, Recording Secretary. Back Row-K. Upchurch, 3rd Vice President, H. Battle, 5th Vice Pres., D. Pitts, Treasurer, T. Sparks, Pres., D. Davis, 2nd Vice Pres., L. Pleasant, Corresponding Sec., C. Dempsey, Historian. 88 Sponsors-Mrs. Alders, Mrs. McCullough. Back-Mrs King, Mrs. Spradely, Mrs. DeGrand. Future Homemakers of America Ku it , . . I 'z wal.. .l fi , ll 1. .V 5 First Row: S. Freeman, R. Vawter, T. McClendon, T. Bell, J. Muckleroy, K. Dean. Second Row: L. Williams, K. Williams, L. Goodwin, B. Woodson, M. McMillan, C. Wiggins. Third Row: J. Hines, J. Goodwin, D. Pitts, M. Peavy, P. Hartless, R. Bush. Fourth Row: E. Freeman, D. Milam, S. Lumas, C. Ellison, B. Boney, T. Burn. Fifth Row: M. Vawter, D. Self, E. Cobble, F. Matthews, V. Miley. Qigtxiiksli , .541 7, dj ,'Is., wx!! Officers of the month-lst row: L. Skeeters, C. Coats. 2nd row: D. Davis, K. Members of the month-lst row: L. Triana, L. Atwood, R. Atwood, D. Upchurch, T. Sparks McDaniel. 2nd row: ,l. Cooper, B. Neal, L. Williams 89 Future Teachers of America lst Row: C. Bush, M. Roberts, K. Sherill, P. Grimes. 2nd Row: S. Newman, A. Lunsford, W. Waters, D. Davis. 3rd Row: Mrs. Verna Lee, T. Thorton, L Hulbert, P. Jones. 4th Row: J. Hines, B. Parrish, D. Pills, L King 'GZSPS J,k . X QQ, be rua. . Officers-L. lo R.: Peggy jones-Hislorian, Mary Lyn Roberts-Secretary, Lisa Sponsors-Mrs. Geneva Pulipher and Mrs. Vema Lee Holberl-Parliamenlarian, Larry King-President, Debbie Pills-Vice President. Not pictured Dale Davis-Treasurer, Joy Pills-Reporter 90 .- , f 'Ti g -ew J 1 -,, -u W if A 4 . .. . ,,.,.,x,? .X 1 f I 7 W " , . ' V a '. ,. X, K. e' J: f T5 x 11 . f -- - ,Q -.rw aft... aannltega-2 X 4 1, ,, M' , K3 ' 2' . f ' Members of the club enjoying the annual banquet A , Q y ,,M....,. - W ff - uv.: ' ' . , ,. gilt Nd. t . ' J - ' iq. tiff H . A ..,. M... xc. A f ' 5 4' A. .5 f. itz x M . . .. , .. ,..,. . . N . ea: 1.55. . .. .ft L.. , 1 , L, .Q . . .gi 4, ' si . ,Q 3252 y .. f .1 nw-. cy NK., .. t .z. t ig:gt.ifx.l .fig fQy.ggtQl'Q?e3'4Jf 22 1 ,'M...::: A , A :ty YM, 1 .5 X 5 Q, .at gg,.2f1,. f -A af an '- . F ...il at ,, . - W1 if 1' 1' Q , i , , ,. ., K ,,1A t ,. ' . wg . 2 .gtg . 3 ' ' ' ,f.x?E'f' . ,e-,uf We ii. .tf .. K W-fr,el.g, ' 'Q 7 H 43 ttf A3 1 "A- J, H - M ,Q .Q 1.1 if 'F' za,-ff . .. f' . aw. " '- i , . luv, ,, m . .gif msfaiizi' L. to R.: Dale Davis, Mary Lyn Roberts, Patricia Grimes, Larry King and Mrs. Lee participate in of- ficer installation. Gu I v est speaker at the banquet was Mrs. Virginia Alclers. t I l I Dale Davis provided dinner music at the annual banquet. 91 ational Honor Society 1.11: 3 935 - . , ,, 5... o w , ,,,Mw. 42 555' , ' 2 , Ham., 'P' M3 4 I ronl How: M. F2lLlH'illQ'l'. li. Cason. S. CIlillllHl'I'. N. Yorila, A. Nluvkle-roy. ,l. Nloone-5. C. xll'C0l'Illill'k, H. Complon. 2nd Row: M. l,uy1on. T. Nalions, S. Privv. Holster, j. Robe-rlson. ,l. I':l'ViIlg, P. Brozwh. D. Good, I. Atwood, IJ. Durr. T. f'1llisun..l. Wvyluml. P. ,'UI'llE'f'. 3111 Row: R. Vvugguncr, T. Driggvrs, J. Jones. M. chardson. .I. Griswold. U. Bill'l'lCll. l". Davis. J. Bulls. fy: A .S Ja k.Q.lN,uU5, L , f. 'Z .-fififf i if '-ZILQ 4 1 I, 1. 4 .1 5 o oioo o - i. . A . , Q3 .. . J. ,Wm .-,- A .. 4 , -A . Q. -:f-- Q xf Q, f . L . . f F WLC. ,- .. b -' frifx- W ' 55. xi 1-1 ,M I 11 . ' 'AV F' I 7 W -5. x ' 'gvzxkz . y ,. K 4 a - ' . ' .f vpgigqigg' 49' ,, A .A si A .. g o- K N .- az My .1 75 . fy ,tl H 3: .Q ,fg. , - . ii. T ' xi, -. ' IQL xf n-. ug'-of '- : - ,- , -if ' .. k k ' 3-0 3-,gf -, 4' . 9 I. gg . 73.1" , Qi, 5 n i, if 555 117: , - 5 5 - QQ f' A. 1 ft 'if' ii! W A f xl '- fm V' m u, f H.. wi. . Q-AM ,Q Z 6 AA..:a,' Ag .t l .1 Hi5.w5lig51,..F.5:Vx - ',.. ' Vyx --! '- -1- f . , ' K . , . 5 , Fw-!',jrg. . 2 '- , ..f?z,fs.,.f-f. o :.. if 1. 51" f ig. " ' ' A QWQ', Q . 1 H .- ' ,Q .4 -ff - 1 K K 's pf 1 1:-xiii . 1 W 1 zz oo ' V 'fa , " ' if if7QQl 1if!l' 3 m N . Wifi- 'f A 'Y-'M' M ow rg, - wQi.i'5 . 'LA M. ' Wg ,.. .,. .. X.: MA. . 1 SAX' Q fr .1 1594? qw! Y: 6 . 4 . -. 'Q km U fr: 5 V1 . YY- 1 1 I ...f A ggga slang i . ' 1 Q wx -"...-.f,f f F, ,. fir? o 11359. N,m,,f hjlglgf 5. Eat .f1,!l'.h:L K , I Six ,' ' ' fwiefxawx-.1-M,-fb ' ..f'.ff- 1 fy -5 Q L -5' Officers: T. Ellison-Treasurer, J. Robertson-V. Pres., M. Richardson-Pres., P. Sponsors: Jane Haus and Bettie Griffin. Jurney-Rec. Sec., and H. Musick-Social Sec. 92 Newl Inducted Members Q 6 eff at Front row: M. Wright, M. Bilan, J. Hill, P. Dolezel, B. Irons, K. English, K. Harrison, E. Quinn, K. Hallman, R. Peterson, R. Battle. 2nd row: M. Roberts, V. Dillon, T. McPete, G. Muckleroy, L. Pleasant, D. Gibson, P. Brown, P. Jones, A. Barber, D. Roger, R. Luna, C. Sessions, J. Whitaker, C. Coats, S. Wofford, J. Hines. 3rd row: V. Vaugh, D. Pitts, L. Holbert, E. Blackburn, G. Pratt, B. Mullen, D. Bush,J. Erickson, G. Ramey, S. Adams, L. Bradshaw, K. Belk, M. Doyle, J. Taylor, B. Christian, S. Battle. mf,Q 1 New officers were inducted at the luncheon in May. L to R. Mrs. Halls, B Irons, E. Announcement of new members was in February. An initiation lea Quinn, Mrs. Griffin, C. Coats, D. Pitts, and S. Adams. followed the assembly. 93 HERO-FH ' r ww . , fa 3 3 EU f? - . ' Front row: L. lo R.-C. Pruitt, 4th Vice President, D. Walton, Secretary, P. Keggler, lst Vice President, J. Newton, President, C. Williams, 2nd Vice President. Second row: L. to R.-B. Patton, 3rd Vice President, E. Trolty, Treasurer, M. Washington, Parliamentarian, K Moore, Historian, C. Jackson, Shelia Sexton. Third row: R. Gipson, L Douglas, S. Parks, P. Sanders, W. Session, J. Fowler, N. Grubb, and B. McClellan. Fourth row: W. Brown, advisor, R. Nerren, P. James, W. Jones, A. Hudson, G. Sanders, M. Johnson, D. Lane. . .J,,,L:F Sponson Mrs. Wilma Brown. 94 Industrial Cooperative Training Sealed L to R: Travis Rogers, Tony Watson, Sgt. at Armsg David Slay, Reporter: Standing: L to R David Schultz, Vice Presidentg Ronald Rodriguesg J. W Vawler, Presidentg Ken Langford, Club Advisor. me X i, M., Members Terry Wilcher and David Slay with their dates Lynn Mercer and Bonnie Martin at the awards banquet. 96 Lvfl: Presidcnl of ICT John Yuwler and Sxwa-lhm'ul'l. Kathy Shu'- rill. Below: Waller Swann, 'IX-rry Wila-he-r, ,Iohn Yawlvr, Bula Hickcnson. and Charlvs Hcnsurling wvrv prvscnled awards for their outstanding amfhim-vr-nn-nls al lhv Thinl Annual YICA-ICI' Employer Apprecialion Banquvl. ,-4 ,, W 4 National Forensic League 6' , 4 , wfearlufi N t First Row: B. Cramer, S. Sonic-r. Nl. Bullock, Nl. Albright. S4-cunrl Row: J. Gounrl, D. lluvklr-y, ,l. Ball. L. Hallx-rt. Third Row: T. Driggcrs. B. Cavcr, K. Graham C. Hudson. I I I I I .L .L.l.l..l.'1.ll 'masse-as l llllfll gd fs .' Ny- gf x If. Y ' 'N b V-pu' 7. 9 sl,- L. Halbert, Asst. Secretary and Asst. Reporter: T. Driggers, Secretary-Treasurerg J. Gouncl, Vice- Sponsor: Mrs. Sara Bess lVlcDougald. Presidentg K. Graham, Presidentg Not pictured is B. Caver, Reporter. 99 El? a e S' ff-. ..1 ,sp f L... il ha-4 5 ,ft ww' Key Club H50 Years of Caring-Only the Beginning" is the lnternational Key Club Theme for l975-1976. The Nacogdoches Key Club strived to promote this theme with service projects throughout the year to their school, church and community. Because of their dedication and work they were selected the No. l Key Club in the Texas Oklahoma District at the District Convention in Ft. Worth, and the club won lst place in the Gold Achievement Contest. I iffz e' vi' "-SW' Sf. ,rf 'f-.- ...Ig Wwfv 1 Q 1' xx f - f Q H-t l ' ., ,.. , t X , "-'S2f"ef.TfT'3-Y y V 7 ' 1.4 ' f l k .11 TT. 1513-' ' ' ' r .. .W ..gs5g5,3,g-'R.,.3f.. . X 5 f - fvffie-F-:', 2 X .1 ., as xx .1 ' X I I Sheff' .. if Q K F ar.. .PEL M? V "'-' -- A of' .. ll L 5 ,if ,,,,,,,, ti W. -,z L. to H.: ,l. DeGrand, B. Irons, T. lrons, G. Brown, L Baize D. Aston, T. Clifton, M. Richardson, D. Johnston. K. Grimland, D. lvy, D. Durr, J. Warr, H. Grimes, C. Thomas, S Durr, B. Mullen, J. Hosmer, ,l. P. Tannery, P. Taylor, M. Baize, V. Tiller, G. jurney, B. Barnett, K. Halls, J. DeWitt, T. Martin, J. Eberly, A. Ball, K. Dillon, C. Griflith. Not pictured: J. Colwell, P. Lauderdale, E. Wade, P. Howard, M. Halls, Pt Perry, J. Schmidt, G. Shaw, T. Steed, K Coulter, B. Christain, B. Beall, R. Epps, E. Pool, J. Redfield, R. Reese, S. Holt, C. Whitley. 100 4 ' 1 -' Minus N ,ww- I ,iz ,ff . I -L' ,all f ff'w,fQ -N .f 1 4 H f 4 i. I 4 f.zz J, 5 gifs f? gf Y 3imgl,Egt 255 ii gt 1 ' A auf iii if 2. 1? ,E , I -v-- mf' 10 A X 102 M fs M fl... , I we 'rw- K v Q l 55251 f a , 3.,.fg-Qmgg ,,, . A .' 3-g-, .'..q,,M4 '-pa , L. +L Q A, , ra- l Hy . . rf' afar Wi!! S'White Ash" lst Place District Talent L. to R.: P' .i JL , l. ., , V, ,.! ,fun ,ff - 'f ink .bag iemf was Ei! Officers L. to R.: ,lack DeGrand-Treasurer, David Ivy-Vice President, Keith Halb-President, and Benn Mullen-Secretary. Richard Reese, Paul Howard, Gary Shaw, and Jim Eberle L. to R.: Mike Richardson-District Treasurer lor Texas and Oklahoma and Rex Pen'y-Lt. Governor for Divisions 14 and 34. David Durr-lst place District Oratorical Contest Nlr. Ricard Ballcngcr Faculty Advisor Shown with lst place Gold Achievement Trophy for the No. I Key Club in Texas and Oklahoma. The Nacogdoches Club won this important award as well as others at the District Conven- tion in Ft. Worth, in April, 1976. 103 Nacogdoches Vocational Opportunities Club MPH: ixf' ,L Nl' if was Q .pf . "2-QQ . 1' K , 4. 1 1 1- A -t -N3 ' A 1 . new l -' Front row, L. to R.: F. Strickland, D. Buster, C. Morris, R. Stinson, G. Jackson, J. Neal, C. Simmons, and J. Porterfield. Second row: D. Denny, M. Hensarling, M. Durden, B. Palmer, J. Beal, S. Parrish, R. May, T. Blackshire, E. Thompson, T. Murray, and R. Poskey. Back row: K. Wallace, R. Blackshire, B. Pleasant, D. Frederick, and J. Crooms. . Q ,..., 1" P . ll if Y . . A . N Front row: B. Pleasant, V. Pres., R. May, Pres. Back row: B. Palmer, SgL at Armsg D. Frederick, Treas.g and S. Parrish, Sec. 1 O4 Sponsors: Mr. Carlton Harris, Mrs. Nancy Townley, and Mr. Clarence McMichael. 1 .4 'A,A , ,il ,, 'L 4U!U' ntl?" f Q Q is f-ui if N' 'W' f.?r f ., xf' 'i 'ig f--iv' ' 1 Pan Am Club ,,.,..3,,,w-mg-p Y ?5 A1 " First Row-I.. Martini-s, B. Wuglcy, T. H:-nry, Nl. Wriglh, l. Bralz. Second Row-A. Quinn, N. Harris. D. Fleniken, P. Tannery, G. Brown. Third Row-E Blur-klmurn, Nlrs. I.. Wall, L. Grigsby, li. Allen, A. Ayers, S. Colston, J. Redfield, B. Irons. G. Powers. L. Young. Mrs. ll. Greening. Nina Harris-Parliamenlarian, Bobby Allen, Secrelary, Tanni Henry-Vice-Presb Sponsors-Mrs. L. Wall and Mrs. D. Greening. dent. Lauri Grigsby-President, Mandy Wright-Reporter. 106 1 Science Club Q 3 Q 3 :Y 1 3 rv' L10 K-M. Denman, V. Laird, T. Laird, K. Pollock, J. Weyland, Second Row-N. Yorilale, K. Ramsey, S. Custer. K. Parrish, Third Row-F. Davis, G. Rainey. Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Burgess. gg., 11 Gs X Officers: Treasurer-V. Laird, Vice President-N. Yoritate, Secretary-K. Sponsors-Mrs. Burgess, Mrs. Lane. Ramey. Not pictured, President-Vernon Shaw. 107 Scribblers f'v A X X L tx v . , ra' ,X W Hi I ,W t Al lx 5 C' 1.7 v lt if yu Flllll First Row-'l'. Tomlin, D. Cl'1umlJy,,l. lVlontgomery, K. Parrish, H. Slanly. Nlr. Tomlin, Second How-K. Kato, lVl. Nluclderoy, L. Pcvcy, G. Layton, A. Nlathews. frfvrw-'fwfr -v -v-Y -v at 3 s . ,,.x,, ' J. Montgomery, Secretary, Ann Mathews, President, K. Parrish, Hospitality Chair- Sponsor-lVlr. Eugene Tomlin. man. 108 1,.:"i.f L lo R--K. Parrish, li Slanly, G. Lz1ylon,.i. Montgomery. Ei? 1 J A. Mathews, K. Parrish, G. Layton. D. Chumly, R. Stanly, K. Kato, T. Tomlin. Scribblers Jill Monlgomery club ducliess. 10 Q' ,.,f Ken Johnson tudent Council President 1975-76 tudent Council '37 as T7 fir Senior class representatives front row: Holly Musick, Diana Mullen, Eric Wade. second row: Lisa Pevey, Paul Lauderdale, if M? 3 f ff 5 i Kerry Horn. back row: Philip Simpson, Vernon Shaw, Charlotte Gibson. Not pic- tured: Terri Thornton and Yolonda Phillips. ,- Sponsors: Mr. George Lindsey, Mrs. Claudette Brown and Mr. Vemon Cannamore. Student Council Officers: Ken johnson-President, Martha Muckleroy-V. Presidentg Dolores Durr-Secretaryg Kaye Crimland-Treasurer. 111 '54-Q? r 0 t 'Q-...AY Sophomore Class Representatives: L. to R. Seated: Karla Kendrick and Martha Bilan. Standing: Bethany Spurrier, Arthur Ball, Katherine Parrish, Tammy Chamberlain, Bill Beall, Stephen Durr, and Holly Grimes. Not pictured: Allyson Fare. 'QJ7 Junior Class Representatives Seated: Monica Bilan, Peggy Jones, Freshman Class Representatives Front Row: David Durr, Libba Reid. Second row: Diana Gibson, Mary Lee Evans, and Ann Arscott. Back row: Pam Greg Brown, Diann Berry, Ann Collier, Kim Shaw. Back row: Carla Johnson, Crow, Steve Adams, Jack DeWitt, Ben Mullen, and Pauletta Brown. Tricia Evans, Lauree Sutton, Beth Moore. 112 Texas Association of Health Occupations Students lm 1: ,zu Front lable: K. Crimes, D. Lilly, P. Davidson, L. Lahosky, M. Lahosky, T. Beck, lVl. Robertson, V. Roach, l Sponsor: Mrs. Dianne Proctor. Back table: L. Willis, A. Jackson, T. Gregory, S. Ayers, J. Weyland, C. Hudson, A. Matthews, A. Milam. 1-if ' X, Clockwise: Mr. and Mrs. Proctor, L Stanley, P. Baublet, K. English, R. Hen- son, C. Cox, T. Hunter, J. Bulls, T. McDaniel, K. Holland, E. Phillips, B. Compton. First row: T. McDaniel, Treasurer, P. Davidson, Secretary, U. Lilly, Re- porter, B. Compton, Parliamentarian, C. Hudson, President, l,.. Labosky, Historian, P. Baublet, Vice President. 113 Thespians I' O U 6 First row: M. A. Faulkner, B. Cason, W. Waters, K. l..ambert, M. Robertson, A. Barber, C. Perldns, K. Dean, B Kramer, K. Hallman, K. Harrison, J. Bateson. Second row: Jody Worsham, Sponsor: J. Weyland, T. Ellison, M. Barber, P. Broach, V. Roach, T. Hyde, K. Parrish, F. Grimes, J. Gound, S Armsworth, K. Graham Third row: B. Parrish, R. Martin, M. Elliot, J. Robertson, K. McElmurray, S. Fare, L. Skeeters, S. Watson, S. Taylor, C. Pratt, L Smith, B. Waters, D. Daughtery, and D. Bush. Officers on top: Tracey Ellison, Points Secretary, Karen McElmurry, Scribe, Barbara Sponsor: Mrs, Jody Worsham Cason, Secretary, On the bottom: Karen Lambert, Treasurer: Steven Watson, V. Prmidentg Julia Robertson, President. 114 If K.. 3 7 . , W 541 ' R 4, I Ni' .,m,1s...3 ga 9 if if X V QA! 5 'f a ff-ff Q .. L .155 Wing?" , is ,. 6 M3356 1 ,i 3552? gig ff ' 5 7 , Jffgf f a-is f N. vf f,.- A L 452 ' 4,3 :hs F V . .--- E 7 T l 1 G7 5 fig ' :L gf'-'L' 9 :, m " iii V 'iifg a gf -ef 'L fi 1 N Q .-1 f 3 ' " ff l . i 2 Q ff 2 iii? -+5fE7w 'T 1f' if . ff? Q-fi ..-.4 x M - M.-Lmlgv Q NHS Twirlers 5 5 1 u .. 5-Q3 L , kk vm A., ,Q K. 1 t if 5 -1 K. X J' 4- U A . W 2 1 Y F I Venelia Laird, jenny Hill, Melanie Denman, Cindy Simmons, Kim Hamey, Annabel Barber, Tammy Chamberlain, and Jamie Hines .MQ 4. f :S ., ' YW J iz fn W fzbu 1' 4, vo Q74 'xc' "-va' ..- ' 1 - km-If A 5 . f 4 Fe-ulurc' lwirlvr: Carla Hallom. I Anabel Tammy Mvlanie jenny Barber Chamberlain Denman Hill Y Jamie Vefwlia Kim Cindy 1 Hines Lalfd RBIHCY Simmons 18 f -Azigv-N .fggg-11 -aff Y wa .1 - , . ,A " jflvklw ' .451 A ' ,YV s 1 1- ,rf M 4. , , , "kv 4 20 'ly F lx Ba k rm Ed Nlurlum joe Bigvvrslafil Paul Kendrick. l"runl row: joe' Twin Harris. Builvy Nations, Kalhvrinr- Rolwrlson, om ran 's. 'v' xt . I4 . b Superintendent, James McMalh. M Principal, Johnny R. .l0l1nSl0H Asst. Principal, C. L. Simon 1 Q rs. Wester -fi. D ' ll 1 . Wanen Mrs. Alexander Secretary Secretary Secretary Mrs. Mullen Mrs. McClendon Mrs. Crockett ? el s. 'Y -P' LJ s l l , . 1 l I Secretaries Mrs. Mullen, Mrs. Crockett, and Mrs. McClendon spend many hours ofthe day checking on attendance and attending to numerous other school duties. 122 Librarian Miss King Vocational Counselor Mr. Swann Vocational Counselor Mr. Alders Q Librarian it 1 Vlrs Ward 'Nlrs Lurl 'Q ll . llg' Ili' " un., Ill! ll. nq.' lg, Ill: :llll::::,zl Aide Aide Miss King and Mrs. Ward, librarians, are always ready to help students Mrs. Jurney Mrs. Stein with their research. Aide Mrs. Westmoreland Mrs. Curl is a great help to all the teachers at N. H. S. 123 nt' N-. KQN .7 yy' xf I -v I t .' VXI? lflnglish I Speech English IV English lll Fngllsh ll Mrs. Ioan Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Nelda Mrs. Roberta Mr Kdlle Driskell Fulmer Hammett Jefleries Rohm rlson e v i' ,f43'N ' ff' ,. , English I journalism l 81 Il Annual Mrs. Connie Hawkins Ve? English l Sz Il Mrs. Ualene Greening Language Arts Mrs. Hammett and Mrs. Alders helped al the reliremenl reception for Mrs. Geraldine Brown. 124 10 if 'f"Du , I , English IV Speech I-IV English ll French Dehale CVAE Mrs. ,Iaye ,lean Mrs. Sara Bess Mrs. Nancy Slransky McDuugald 'llownley sf , ec . lf' s , fain? f li me 1. F-vq1,i ,.-tv English lll 81 IV CVAE, Coach English I Mrs. Belly Mr. Clarence Mr. Eugene Griffin McMichael Tomlin , Q f'L'K.J'j p , eg ,, 1 .',. if L W . kr. . 2 ii .'f":K..........T,- if I ii :S Sv-' -- ' 1 Fnglish Ill C oach Mr David McKee English II Mrs Gllnda While CVAE Mr Larllon Harris Q Z Physical Scienu ChU"'l5lrY Biology M3lhD i ziltzltflse ivlgilonom ms Mrs. Donna Lovell, math leacher, spends :num-li of her time grading papers. Math Mr. Dennis Cooke WW rwwe i l 5: .K - - t v . f l X91 ' if ff ' wwgwwwwmr i J, Q f , is, .X n 4 lr ' if ,S V' Y 5 .V 1 'r 5 'rl ' x X 1 IC. M Biology Mr. George Lindsey Biology Mr. William Harper nu an nun vi' 1 Math 5 fa, A We d f,. an NO PHOTO AVAILABLE S . 4 , , X Malh Math Mrs. Toni Mr. Mac McCall Carter ,"f '4" ",, . "ii , --f- V U -'ESQ T. . may I -i',,."' i W sv , e wXwY5gm,n, mgrvww awww f lmv'n4mw?s afgw T fri K. rj, fx ' , A' M.- J aegis QQEQ, Biology Math Physical Scienoe Math Nlrs. Burlmru Miss ,lancl Mr. Lamar Mr. Gary I .une Russell Marlin Brice ms ' ' ,Q- .1-', x In '.0 A .h., :nU!83GE?X Math Mrs. Verna Lee g 5 X! 1 if l, Math Mrs. Becki Medley M f M fn ,, , , 1,1 Math Biology Mrs. Donna Mrs. Dawn Lovell Burgess 12 Government Mr. Chuck Williams A ' Q 'f I Z 3, A , :Lf or F if Ji' Z 5 w Niwrysid N 4 r I a 5 uf' K S 5' 1.1! American History Mr. ,lim U lVlcReynolds 126 ocial Studies Mr. Stokes breaks loose and expresses himselll Afgf' l. PHOTSIOT AVAILABLE Government American History, Coach American History MF- VHFHOH Mr. .limmy Miss Barbara Lannamore Langford Rogers American History Mr. Eddie Powers -fa World History Mrs. ,lane Halls JY A Health, Govern ment Mrs. Claudette Brown l E World Geography Mr. Charles Stokes Band Mr. Skip Parker Q ga :gif V X 4. X Choir Mrs. Barbara Reid ,, i Art Mrs. Ruby Morris ' We . L i 'za-.Q 1 Vlf, ' 51 ,iw ,t Mr Skip Parker talks to a student during marching practice. Speech Drama I E Drivers Education Distribulive Education ICT Distributive Education Mr. Phil Mrs. Jane Ann Mr. Ken Mr. Rick Prince Kendrick Langford Still Vocations E is Mr. James Kee instructs his students all about auto mechanics. SOPSJYU YH no 6 H1 if git, 4 7 27 Auto Mechanics Mr. james Kee Building 81 Trades Mr. W. E. Alexander f ff .f Z8 f NO PHOTO AVAILABLE VEH Mrs. Gloria Bennett Cosmetology Mrs. Lillie Kee VEH Health Occupation Vocational, Office Education Mr. Johnny Mrs. Dianne Mrs. Willie Oliver Proctor Moore 128 4-1 sag i is uf.. f- a 5-N . K f ' ' KW 5 Y ' 1 M' V . e A ss. sri. QQ A an Home 81 Family lloim-rnaking llonicmaking Hlllllvlllilklllg Holncmaking Home Furnishings Nlrs. Nita Mrs. El Rulh Mrs. Carolyn Mrs. Mary Mrs. Virignia lla-Grand McCullough King Spradley Alders HECK Mrs. Wilma Brown Home Economics Special Education Mrs. Mary Spradley hclps sludenls in the sewing lab. wal. ,J Pr-455 Nor AVAILABLE Special Educalion Special Education Mrs. Mildred Mr. Thomas Rousaw May Special Educalion Mrs. Norma Drewery 12 Agriculture . ,Q If" Ag Vocational Ag Ag Ag Larry Albert Fred Jerry Poe Thompson Burrell Perritle fi l l 1 Mr. Perritte lets his fingers do the walking! Business 150 The photographer surprises Mrs. Pulsipher. Typing Geneva Pulsipher -4""t'0 Typing Shorthand Bookkeeping Richard Ballenger Physical Education l I l ,sw ' x .V I, ,X f ' b I 1 A I PE Heallhg PElg Athletics Johnnie Charlotte Simpson Guyncs PE Gerald Gardner 'f""17 Athletic Director Mrs. Johnnie Simpson, P. E. teacher, and Mrs. Mallory converse over grades Buddy Williams PE Ronald Collom Lonnie Gaylor fix t fr Coach Charlotte Guynes gives volleyball players a pep talk. 2 T 5 I v Q 1 ! If "6a,,.,,,,N 5' I' ' 4.8, .av 'X fs"ff""'412v.g W f - Q" ,A q Vs. M.: vw it as Q ow Q. by Wk W! ' . 1 vial if , ity' 'gs QI 5 x as ,O 'S' Y 41 Q 93 Q lf- - 'Q 7, 'ff .lf . M. W ' f 7 0 s if J' Q cgi- vt K 0 ' sw. ' Q 'si I -V lr. 'F ? if, .Wg ,ang Q' 0 0 'K ll' Q . gk 05' 'W 'K .Q oz . A I D. V 6' - ,' or W Q sg 41192 .Q ' - -'L ,yy Sf' , M00 "' ll 'I Q if A 'gglilrl gli? X L. lo R. Senior Class Officers. Front: Charlotte Gibson, Reporter: Lisa Pevey netl, Treasurerg Philip Simpson, Vice-Presidentg and Eric Wade, President. Runners-up Class Favorite: Eric Wade, Charlotte Gibson. , Secretaryg Holly Musick, Parliamentariang Back: Blake Bar- Senior Drill Team members Alfreddie Coleman, Eyvonne Phillips, Linda Millard, and Karen Rhodes perform during a pep rally. 135 pub. Richard Follyn and Bob Skeelers-Starsky and Hutch Group of senior girls enjoy the class picnic ofthe senior class. A Julia Robertson, Shelley Fare, and Mrs. Brown The class picnic provided a time of recreation for NHS seniors. watch the activities at the picnic. 1 36 TR- 9 ' x .. winks? . . Y , . ' ll 5, ,k K, , 11, , - Ruben Adams Annie Mexanrler linda .-Xlexamlvr Bobby Allen liriu Allen Richard :Xllvn 'if Andy Arnold Greg Arriola Lisa Alxmml Wayne Auslin Tim Baddn-rS Gurdon Bailey s f, L -A r iff ' " . V :-., .. Q vs, . J: -V 'j r 5- my I x i la s.,"' .C r K X- - -V f 'V 5 Q i - Nlarly Baile Cliarlulle Ballard Laura Ballew Velma Bandy Melanie Barber Blake Barnett AIR -.-'Z' . ,..ar- ,- , :P Carol Bass ,lohn Baleson Pele Bauhlel Lisa Beall Eric Bealy Pal Berry jeff Brandon Karen Boyell Brenda Brallon Randy Brewer Victor Briley Pam Broach 1 Willie Brown Kathleen Browning ,lean Burgner Darlene Burse Frank Casper Jimmy Burk Phillip Burkhart Vicki Burns ,QF Y.. -'ff Jeff Butts Cay Capel julie Carlise Zona Carpenter Barbara Cason Keg .,.. ,my JN Q., .3-' vf Rick Casper Kenny Chamberlain Kathy Chancey Sherri Chandler Terry Chandler Seniors Tommy Lunsford, Pete Baublet., and Kerry Horn take their last day of school very seriously. 138 W fiii g- - rrit w e , . .H L, 'n X 4 V 1 1 V -'azrr rf-.. , sal' Christi Childress Ronda Clemons Margie Clifton Tom C0315 Keith Cockfan Altreddie Coleman A t 1 -tg 2-. ' a ft Lydia Collins Vicki Collins John Colwell Brenda Compton Cheryl Custer Peggy Common Y ff -far Mari Courtney Holly Creamer Gwen Curl Ronnie Curry Judy Daughtry Pam Davidson Frank Davis Katherine Davis Linda Davis Keith Dean Steve Dean Molly Deckard .lack DeGrand Carolyn Dempsey Linda Douglas Tom Driggers Ray Driver Rhonda Dudley 1 39 :J 1: ' iflifii' V if W ' . n 'iw , Q V' '- Q - , ' Wi, 1 , x Dolores Duff Patricia Edwards Debra E-gans Newman Ellis Dana Ellison Tracey Ellis 'Ysfev james Ervin Shelley Fare Michelle Farnham Mary Ann Faulkner Vesta Fields Jane Fish Seniors, Nora Yoritate and Vemon Shaw perform during English IV. 140 I ,A " Nancy Flanagan Annie Flemon Ken Flowers Richard Follyn Juanita Fowler Debra Franks on CK Paul Gales Charloltv Gibson Karl Gills'-JH l 46 YI mmf Rose Gipson Donna Good Dean Gooden James Ervin was announced as the valedictorian lbr the class of 1976 at the annual awards assembly. Ken Graham Mark Cranberry Eva Gregory -r"'1" jewel Gregory Gregg Griffith Kathy Grimes Perry Grimes Sherry Grimes Judy Griswold Sondra Grogan Ralph Hagans Brad Hale Keilh Halls Carla Hallam Jan Hand 1 4 1 ,rr y-' , - "' ' '-7 'sv-'A Cynlhia Hardy Debra Harris Margie Harris Pam Harlless Sallie Hartsfield Almarie Henderson X" 4- .nf -rfrgw Daron Henderson Rex Henson Sammy Herod Terry Herrera Larry Heseman Bob Hiekerson M ,.,, ,, Q 3 gi Melody Hill Colelle Hill Kathy Holland Thelma Horace Phillip Hopkins Kerry Horn mah! ff 1-4-"" w-if Steve Hopson Tony Hughes Ronald Hudson Tommy Hunter Dennis Hursl David Ivy 2 142 .lS94"" Debra Jacobs Carolyn Jackson Alvila Johnson David 0. Johnson David L Johnson Ken Johnson 'WM I..-fr USU Johnson Mageline Johnson Melissa johnson ,I -,..,'1" Mr. Cannamore's govemmenl class takes a break lo pose for the photo- grapher. A Diane Jones ,lerrye ,Iones Tom Jones NJ' Pam ,lurney Phyllis Keggler Archie Keggler .lames Keller ,Iana Kendrick Mickey Kenner Sheryl Killingsworlh Kelly King Donna Kirkpatrick James Kitcher Liz Iabosky Mary Labosky Tania Laird Karen Lambert Danny Lane Paul Lauderdale Mary Iayton Mike Lee Jaw. 4 ,iw , .Af li J li C ' w- 5 ry? ,ffm-fsggv14'fN,'! ,f u f f A Vernon Lewis Donnun Lilly Susan Long Tl'It"lllli1 Long Millon Lon Wanda Mackey KJ' Elizalmelh Madkins Nc-ils Mane-ss Cindy Marlin Rolx-rl Marlin David Mason Vicki Matlock br- Jerry Nlaxiv Bri-mln Mgljlf-mlon Clair iwlfC0l'lTl3L'li James Mcllraw Bruce McCullough Teresa McDaniel Senior Mickey Kenner contemplates on his future as the year draws to a close. 144 l . WV' 4, 1 :r'feg--i f -,. Ellen McDonald Karen Mclilmurray Darlene McMurlray Susan Meliecl Mike Miles Linda Millard .fi 'f -' k if g e ggi - 'ii' :J . l... - . My . ' " 'A ' A 'iizrf' A Belinda Montgomery ,lill Montgomery Judy Mooney Karen Moore Sam Moore Wesley Morgan Angie Muckleroy Martha Muckleroy Diana Mullen Holly Musick Tricia Nations Joyce Newton Marianne Nichols Ralph Noa .l8lllf0 N0f1'iS Hazel Oliver Maritza Palafox James Parmley John Panel-Son Frangell Pauon Regina Pallon Hollis Peavy Tim Perry .lanice Pellerson :ff Lisa Pcvey Clifford Phillips Eyvonne Phillips Vicki Phillips Roger Ploch Alfrvdie Polk Hulon Polk Koko Pollock ll ! 1 Yolonda Phillips David Pierce .rv-. Handy Porter Molly Powell "i2i1 L , tn""'t"" . N ' 1 i i'ii I ii N A P. i,l.'i W , Y' ! I P .. A. 'fa ,M 'Q f r Vidxwg, , v.. Y' The traditional Lufkin bonfire was one of the highlights of the Seniors' last year at NHS. he-:bv QR? X james Pratt Sandy Price Cheryl Pruitt Joe Randall Ricky Randolph Janice Rankin Kerry Horn, Senior football player, gels creamed by the varsity cheerleaders at a pep rally. E.. i x A vw Q: K if 'J' x -Q X L 1--f b 1: Aw X J, t -W H 3 5 s, 'Q Sandra Rausaw Karen Rhodes 'hx Terry Rice Ricky Rocha Mike Richardson Debbie Riddle Larry Roark Julia Robertson jerry Robinson 'f If N! Ronald Rodriques Travis Rogers Teresa Rudd Eric Russell Manuel Sanders Palsy Sanders B. B. Scholl David Schultz Jimmy SCOH N0l'm21 SCl'0gg'inS Ken Seaton 147 Linda Sell' Herman Sessions Wanda Sessions Shelia Sexton Gary Shaw Vernon Shaw liars, ww. .V-qv W 'seld- wh ,uf Steven Sheflield Kathy Sherrill Rosa Simon Ford Simpson Phillip Simpson David Singleton FY' 'Vx ' 'mir f s.,...,,r my .QW T i Galeon Skillern Claude Smith Bob Skeeters Letha Skeeters Sylvia Snodgrass Teresa Sparks Elizabeth Stanly Vicki Stahlecker Dollie Stephens Daphne Stephenson Timothy Thompson Terry Stone 8 Donna Strode Mark Swearingen Emma Thomas Debra Thorn Terri Thornton Linda Triana , ,.., Elizabeth Trotly Cindy Turner Charles Tull Kathy Upchurch Jerome Upshaw Carol Vanover Joe Ward johnny Ward Ronnie Ware Gloria Washington ,lohn Vawler Eric Wade -af. . C Richard Waggoner Randy Walker ff' Q it r V' 3 99 Pat Wallace Dorthy Walton Left center: Rhonda Dudley and Dolores Durr getting ready for commencement exer- cises in May. 149 xr' 17--rf Marilyn Washinglon Wendy Waters Allen Watson Bobby Watts Lonnie Watts Bob Weaver ,Ioan Wayland Danny Whitaker Everett Whitaker Prentice Whitakt-r Steven Whitaker Floyd While .Q-ig if-9 Chuck Whitehead joel Whiteside Jeri Wilhite Carolyn Williams John Wilson Terry Wilcher Deastra Woodson Judy WO0Clward ROD Wflghl Nora Yorilale Sarah York James Young 150 ll seems like only yesterday, we V . I """ .Ita were kids .... ,vu L.:-f 'x I Limlu Tim Cay Melanie Zona xllexumlm-r lhulmle-rs llupvl liurln-r Carp:-nl:-1' i vy, , ,,,,, g jx 7' U ,. 4. 4 was or 'K ,fs 9 Q 6 2' .'1 ' 2 41 ' mf jk" ... sq ., +I " .'., F51 ' 1 H . W , ,,. l l ,eqrf em-. lz5f?ip1g5 l X H!! -4 L Y 0 W W 1 f 9 . Q A ir, 5 ' i1J,"fni1:vl Vgff, gg eg . M- Sherry S1 'l'c-rry Mari Peggy Compton Nlarvim- lin-mln Chgmdlf-r Courlm-5 Carol Bass Clillon lfomplon fn ,Vw .,,. ,- 'if Pam Hay Dolores 'Iran-x-5 llhurlollr- IJilVlClS0l1 l,l'lVCl' Durr Ellison Gibson milf if l . l H , ., ff7iIT ' Pffff.. I K 'JIU' 'S +4,es1,f,fy5g e,gW,, :J - YQ fy 3 G 1,43 ' an f ' , 1 , L I Q ' ' , s gg, wg W . 5 qs' 7 1 i ff' 'X' -- " 31:' k "f'.f ' W ,gm - x 'L 1 'Wff.fg. -fe" . . Donna .ludy Debra Pam lwhelma Good Griswold Harrxs llarlless Horace 151 if 4' Jgg? ,gif r Qaif Q sa as JH Me-lissa Pain Phyllis Nlary 81 Liz lin-mlu johnson ,lurnoy Keggler I,almske-y film-Cl:-mlun F . tziffw .33 l l 'gg , 'H' ' W , A Q . X , , ,f 1 ' vm L A i t aw 'X t lvlillf' Ellen Bruvl' Linda .ludy Layton McDonald Mivliullough Millard Mount-y A l LCG 1 ' qw? li I l X K Wi-J f V .. . Q. .V . 'rx x ' .- , -f' .N it .1 A' P, fr- X 'bt ,- n 2 2-5. . . , , , A r, ,,,t'z1, ! 1 " out-tC""T A J 4' ,M i Diana Trisha Joyce Sandy Ricky Mullen Nations Newton Price Rocha -f l-.M-qv 1 , k'w Kathy Claude Teresa Donna Terri Sherrill Smith Sparks Strode Thgyrnlon 152 Cindy Turnvr Wendy Waters in if l an-, w,.:,, er . ,,-gl-Q Q .-1 .ei f Hwy- if f f Q 1' -5 A' QW Q: K ' v,r bb ' M ix, 4 'A ' Q he , A ,A fe x K x , 4? ' Q' is R ,Q ' rg ' W 1 . A E, .:., 44 ,loan Weyland 'rv' I Sarah York . . . . now they are calling us adultsg the leaders of tomorrow Remember that first day, four years ago when we were all running around asking each other, Hhave you seen R102?', UNO, have you seen T 1057, That was a confusing, but exciting day, we were now in high school. We seemed so small in such a huge atmosphere. The mini-oak tree became our home for in the morning, at lunch, and after school. We dared not go in front of the high school in fear of invading on the upper classm en. The year pushed on and we became more a part of things. Our sophomore year was a big one. lt seemed like everything happened at once. People began to get their licenses and that meant riding to lunch instead of walking. The biggest move was from the peanut gallery to the bottom floor of the au- ditorium. lt was our turn to laugh at the freshmen. There were some "firsts" started our sophomore year. lt was the first year for homecoming queen. We also for the first time ever, had our own sophomore picnic. The class of 76 had already begun to show signs of leadership. The signs of leadership materialized our junior year and all the student council officers were juniors. The year shined bright. It was the first year for a homecoming parade and as a class we got together a float. The end came in focus when we all began to buy our senior rings. Although ourjunior year gave us something to be proud of, it nor the others could ever compare to the greatest year of all. This was our last chance to leave a mark on NHS that would never fade away. The bicentennial senior class was cer- tainly to be remembered. We showed great school spirit when our bon-fire was burned down and we rebuilt it even bigger than before in a day. Though a lot of play took place so did a lot of work. For weeks the moans and groans of research papers were heard. After the research papers were through senioritis broke out everywhere. The anticipation of the last days filled all the conversations. However, when that final hour struck, most everyone felt some sorrow of leaving NHS where they had spent the majority of their past four years and had found security in the positions they had made for them- selves. At that time the conversation changed from anxiousness to nremember when . . ." 154 , .i ' ' V : ' -ui 4 . 5 I Q ,.,L, E z . um W M 5 1 5 is T 5 1 gfq ,J LIQXQ' 4 . 1 'P' I if 4 ,1 A wr J Y- I - ,-lg xr? Ib o 'ffm 1 W ts H ' NK? 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Yu , ,V r ., if 1 hw, 6.3. 5 ,, ,Zip I-qi , - .4..fi.S W . "E: A' ill. ' 'K 4 ff iff 'Q 5 '1 X 'ng 3 3 , My H LA K N 'YL N ' ,, XL my ,, 9, My x ,g X " :at "',4'Q W", M M, :gy I Au - W .v ."TT,'.. .5 ivy,-J K 1 . L - V, X J. r,K-Jlg' L. - A .I P-Wi J fx f 2 Z, I w A 15 'ug , , ug. . 4 E" 5 gf'!?'fW14 4, K . i , ,, ,1 vs., .Q ,, ' fiv. , N- 'WM K X. n- 4, E 1 Q 1 , y . 3 V ' A L. iii' 'V' ,K QM' ,V ,wth 4 m,, , yi' gf ,ii N if is fr junior Class Officers: Front-Peggy Jones-Parliamenlarian, Monica Bilan-President, Mary Lee Evans-Secrelary. Back-Shirley Col- ston-Treasurer, Diana Gibson-Reporter, Paulella Brown-Vice-President. J F r I wJ 'xo my 1 , x ,,,...vNWl . fe- W' Runners-up Class Favorites: Rex Pen'y and Peggy JOIICS- Gary Jumey, Paul Taylor, and Paulella Brown rush enthusiastically lo first period. 157 8 J W ,X Q fx , . 1 9 ,K , , 'I -.1332 Jef - lg, , N., , W Q ,, f' A 3 ' W1 ' ' Q ,f ffm -3 ii' 55 I tv kr V fn , A " ,X L 3: f - B f ,wi 4 Q gel: I, Q, .Q ,f ll, 59 f +I? ,fl f 2 ii X l3QZQ15iQII"-,ff-4:Q,'lf.!g4-1' 'nx..'3fg, 1, 'Q 5 - 4 4' ' 1 llli:Z:1eiffr'i-fff.'f'f:' A ', 'QUALT . "' l Sul berlha Lee Steven Lalliey Halley Alex Abernathy Adams Aclalns Agnew Ajders Alexander in A fi.. 3, 7:-47. W TQ: .1f. ' 1"l91l?fB" 3? 75? - 925' A '-: -- a- V 1 4- .'-. - - 'ers ,. asm-5'--" Q, iw . . 1 - 'PW C ' ' 'i J Ii ir s'--'55-5?'Zf . gffffir gliir f- ': "iw - . ' '3 fx - B rrrr f 5 if . i f- ,,.,,f,, ' f .1 x ,V V M ,ig i . 2 W .. U I f. I L-,iii L ,L A If we r i f 1' . ' -- ii A ' A SZ A. A in S3 ,ma 5 B ' 1. il x x fl ' f in f .bg ' ' ' K- 1-Z, , W . Q ,-f ' , 'A all Jlfif., fkwf ' e. U A4 'f 5' l 3 121 gfjilff - ' J Earl Australia Debra Dennis Brenda james Al6Xi'1nflf'l' Allen Anderson Anderson Arriola Arriola -. W F5 Ii ' ' V 'W aff . A W5 "i Agri ' .ws . , , ' K" TS: 1 Q, ., - a x A V me l B A , CN Q , Y' gg -.. if - 1' A ' B. f fs - ' A - EYE A A -ifllff' X X af, ff: l rf Q 'Xl - '- : f ,-. ' -ia, ADH Willie Annabel Barry Bill Kevin Arscoll Ayers Barber Barnet! Barr Barileg fl, '1Q1ff5i'f 1,135 Q ff, if :L gif 3. ir fx -,V ff f as P ' Q Q ' v i.,-,L ,- I if ". .V sa if Robbie Scoll Kim james Teresa B,-em Rallle Battle Baoluu Beall Bt-all Beary Teresa Keilll Beck Bell-c X Danny Ben oy K s , Carolyn Berry , - if ..H3T'f Sherie Monica Biggs Bilan Emily Blackburn Lane Bradshaw ,lac kie Beverly Boalman Boney- ' I Slephen Jann-s Brallon Brice Aflcr three years of high school juniors ln-curiic tired ol' studying. Paulella Cindy Pally Glenn Deborah Audwin Brown Burk Burke Burroughs Bush Campbell Carter Q 12251. Brenda Billy Dianne Dorothy Michael Bryan Caver Chalman Chalman Chalman Chrislian ,lohnny Sherrilyn Don Wayne Beth Undra Christian Chumbley Chumley Clark Clayton Clemons 159 0 yay Cathy Debbie Cuals Cobb Ann Arscoll and ,lack Dc-will listen allenlively lo a guest speaker. Karen Shirley Coe Colslon Katherine Richard Karen Rene' Pam Kirk Commander Cain Craver Crouhel Crow Couller Carolyn Terry Verd is Dan ny Carl Dale Cox Daniels Daniels Daughlry Davis Davis Donna jack Ricky Vicki Patricia Cindy Davis Dewill Dillon Dillon Dolezel Dosselt J' S l Roy Mike Douglas Doyle Ginger Maynard, john Schmidt, and Danny Weaver vonvenlrale on lheirsludies in geogra- phy class. Susan Rebecca Dudley Duflin fr 'W' ff J ,lim Kathy john David .lay Mary Lee Eberle English Ericson Evans Evans Evans ri- -asp Neil Aliosal .l0e Mike lvory Louis Lisa Falls Farbpoor Faulkner Faulkner Ferguson Fletcher Martha Carl Duane Palsy Ron nie Sharon Forney Franks Frazer Fredrick Fuller Garrett fl llizlna Gibson Teresa Fredale Gregory Uri me-S ,luv Counll 's 5 'Q Il Q kg, lat f xx ll. ,f l Ve rnell Griffin ian P1-rrp lrl'l'4'Il lfllvvlln' lrl'1'l'l' Kas c lNanLv Crimlaml Grublz .k, f l Lisa llullwrl Steve Ham mol: lc I ' 3 . Darrell Harvin .I Q-rry 'lla mmye Karen Nl ike llzill llall ll llzills fommx Ha ens '5 'f Nellie llarnillon Rebecca Poul Nina Kc-lle Eddie Hancock Hardy Harris Harrison Hartman A-J Lil ,limbo Sherry Belly lime Haskins Hearne Helser Henderson Henry l ff4 ll l 4' - W M? Suzanne Robin .-Xmwllv Hcnsarling Henson Hill Fl? 3 2 Q' -'.. A Q 'K A pg' MI 4 . Avia jonny lumix' Xlaululim' Small lialllv, junior. is IIPXPI' lou lnusy lu hllllll' Iln' llu- plxologrupll4'l'. Hill llinvs Hinton Lake-ilh Ralph Rory Hodge Holcomb Hunea Dcbbie Poul Hopkins Hopson ,lim Horn I Q11 Randy Poul .I. C. Horton Howard Hunl liclsy Cln- nis Husler Hyde Q Bill Annie 'IX-resa lrons jackson jackson v -' ' f- f ' 'x ' l Wi - V 5, if kg 4 Palric-ia Claudine jamvs johnson Holmlriv Hyde Faye Johnson Q , 'P 'Z-4 3 i 4 0 fl ri 9 Shonu Slow' .IUIWSUI1 ,Inhnsun Lo rin 9 Peggy Ruben ,Ions-a ,lonvs Rivk lfsl hm' jf-H' Kvilii ,luimw .Iunm ,lollvs .iflllvr rr 'Lim Gary Ronnix jnm-s ,Inna-s .Iurne-y .lurnvi Iwi'-ff L f A N if Shirlvy Kvnnm-th Anne-llv IAIITY Carolyn Cynthia K4-gl:-r K4-nnvr King King Kirkland Kunnm fr Gina Barbara Les Kounve- Kramer Kurtz 1' Mike Lamkin Emmie Kevin lampkin limi- ? 'i A ifmzbqi ,V if Shary jeff Theresa Debra Don nie Rhonda Laws Livingslon Lee Lewis Lockell Loving fi " l 41 rw N 'R ik , ., .sr -. 3, . -il ,.. if if .mn A x ix' A l If V, llivlq 'livrri Luna NirPm-ali il'?w15l9-Q A I i :- x ' - nf- , A x x ' X I P i 1 I 4' Mark l40I'l'lQ'i Nlalllwws Nlaylivlml 'ff' ...agp may 1 l 44 l l'n-gp vlvllll lllyilv Ann Nliilllfllisllild Marlin Harm- Nlulllu-ws R 1, Gingvr Nluynarml 'I' v Q Q, ln.. Brenda McClellan X W " mx John lVlclVlurlray Cindy McClellan Nancy lVlcShan Tammy McClellan Rzimly llnrlon, Rex l'e-ny. anal Paul Taylor, enjoy English lll class willi Couch McKee. Gary Meinen r iiihllmlb Rosario Te rry Mendoza Mercer Alice Terry Danny Milam Miles Nliley 165 Rhonda BI'lll'l' Debra Xliller Moore Moore Sid Abernathy. Ricky Dillen, and Dean Wfinthrup look as lhuugh K they really enjoy their classes. ' Ellen .lcrif Bobby Morgan Nlnrguzi Mosley ml Q? , ,EU X X' 1.-33" ve r '1 42, I H s N ffvgi Q 53 5 , Z P P . W A if P , ' lax if X '34 Alai! we Q f. a 5 Gelinda Ben Cindy George Handy Bee ky Yluekleroy Mullen Murray Neal Nerren Uiliannon , if 4 L" - T X 1 b , .M K I n: Pg' ,1 i 1 A Bryan Suzanne Pam Robert Kathy Kenneth Oliver Oliver Otjen Overln-ek Pzufkzlrd Page 'R' ing, if t I' I I 2 I If Glenda Jimmy Linn Steven Beth Bob Parker Parker Parker Parks Parrish Partin NSU' Allyson Patton Do n n u Pie rc e I Mary Porter ,f N W- lv I Patty Peacock if AU' -fi J my f I--i,55z.:,fi. 541 ft ' gf. 4 J ,? 3 ff . fl W ' r . johnny Pittman Gale Pratt J 'Y Cindy Perkins llc-lilxic Pius Ellen Quinn David Richey Velicia Roach Kevin Roesler David Rogers Edwin Roark Keith Rogers V :Y Rvx Roln n PHI? Henson Dt-bra janive- Pitts Pins QQ' Gary Linda Ram ey Ramsey Marylyn Miriam Roberts Ro berls on Mary Ronald Rogers Rogers Cindy Pdlil Lintla Pleasant Kc-nl Randall Bobby Rodrigues Eric Rose junior Sid Abernalhx lakes fi serious approax h to sr hool an Eddie bean C rang, Marion N ivmn 1 Qcroggins Se Alun ion Se ssmns Shi pherd Simms Chester David George Charles, 0 Brien Simon aw ax Snodgrabs Slanlex Steed Rhonda Sleffens Q R .Q Craig johnny Tholna 'llhoinpson Francis Tull Nlavk john Tull Upshuw Douglas Dina ' Donna ,luhn 'llutltl 'llrutty Trolly 'llurnel' if 1 V iuky Va ug: ls n jerry llellwrt Yurhle- Yaughl W ,M Qffaktlfq WE, V . W WU Delbert Vault Brenda Michael Wrigley Waters Samuel Waters Steve lit hel Watson Waehi ngton Debra ,4v 'XI' l fr, l Dan ny David Weatherlv Weaver Weir Mike Wheatley' Ann ,lan juniors work hard on their favorite subject, math. Whitaker Whitaker 1 O ' I i ,Q ,J .""'6 K rw 6 J Q M 5 ' ' ' Sf, ,af 4445 'At - f Wifi " 'W V iflflq lil Xt f J l ,il if ' 1 ' .if if 'Eff U - 5 A IQ F ll J,,. .eg -ff' 'r f l Clt-dulv l'alri1'iu Bobby Clit-ryl David Holm Whitaker Whitalwr Wliilvlu-ad Whitton Whitton Williams r itz' 5' . F :gr I Nellie Linda Diane l- C. Dean Susan Williams Willis Wilson Windham Winlrhop Wollbrd lv , E W Bobby Kenneth Sharon John Mandy Darrell W00llS0l1 Woodson Woodson Wright Wright Young s fl Ai The library is a lavorilt- gathering place lor juniors. q . . - fm, ,. ' . , ' ' gm4wqwgt,2'nip,7 1:11 . .,,,w, 'I " ,, , .h., A . ., , A f' A i ' ' W M' M W ,.. V. V W ' " s W - -r f t 4+ 'qw 'Q sr' if V " L ' , 5. : , 4 I ' "' Va tp. - Ag, - f t A ig, glml i 1 Q i i '--'naar-ir m ,lunior girls Rollin Henson, l,intla Pleasant, uncl xlillwlyll llolwrts slnilv juniors, Str-vv Watson. ,Xllysun Patton. and Mary Loc livuns, przu'li1'n' llis-ir pre-llily fur tht- phulugrapln-r. typing skills. N. Ki it ai -mx 'Eff .Q itll L, J, ,Av-F Pt YQ A ,sy gf' - . 4 O 'li 0 Juniors concentrate on studying world history in Miss Minton's class. I 2. 1' ,k gfnfaug 'ni 1 171 mqww W., . .1.. ,,,,,...,.i,k, i,..,,,,..1, ..,, .MN xffl' T K K k .K W in -W,....-..l" a H - . i igflclas i .. -, ,igf f.g,..,.w K Q.1,g4fZHk9Li'K'm' ,. 4 1 5 I ,f 'buf-fi M - as 5 :NJ 1 .am N., 1 iz x 'll'l' I A . . " ' ' 2 ,, , jf 9 .-f..1qE- muw . . 1 Y kf'i. J ,gg gf . few. 'Q ,,,.L,4n: 0.4 fi ? P: . " 3.4, .:, M4 . 9 1' W ,. Eiw g AM f ,.. ww ,,f ,fy . . 2-J wg Q., A7 ,mg 5, ,- ,QQ lam' , R4 5 3 5: '21 ig? n . il M 4 f 4 J 9? 5 r 5' ,.,,.,W - :M .U ., ., , ,yg ,.-W M 'sf ff"-2, 91, ,nz 1 'W . , , rl , ,if , ,r wifi- , 4. if if ,. ,L . ., Sophomore Class Ofliu-rs. Front: Paula Dunivl:+-lim-porler, ,lane De-arson-Seerelary, Holly Grii114's-Treasurer. Back: Bill Boall-Vicw President, Kevin Dillun-I'r1-ficlenl. Gus Ayres-l'urliumcnlarian. nf' 'ef-fri ' f 53 .5 ,f H kai Runners-up Class Favorites: Tammy Chamberlain and Bill Beall. Richard Epps fl'oouhiel lakes a break between classes. 17 t t sa 'Q'-i .fwfr ff, -V LF Ben .-Xlivrm-l In Hamlin ,Xdams Rick Bryan Allison Alston W... bw- A 1. :xr X ., Y Gus Ayers Nlark Bailvy fr "' Qi' Bill ,Icrry Beall Beall N A , . gf L i i 'll if ' 1 5 f L 1 , P' ff gr' Q - 5 A 'Z' U 4.1! Y. 5 2 ' . ,K A A , ' .H 1 fl L if A " " 3 5 ' ' ,lim ,lcrri Bentley Benton Max Ly nn Mary Ailwn Ainsvsorlli Alllpright M ilu- Alle-n ,fav llarly ,llc-rri Sttull Anderson Anderson Arms worth David Aston ' x Arthur Kathy Richard Ball Ballard Bates Carl Bawblet 'xi Gladys Scott Tc-resia Bell Beaty Bell Martha Kerry Annie Bilan liirclwc-ll Black Richard Bentley john Blacl-:shire 'Q ., .0 .. f ,g V K UU f-ff,,.x Tobey Nlarilyn Limla Curl De-lmra Bi-uky Blackshirv lilakm-5 lilum-hard Hum-5 liuycl lfuyvll Sabrina C-ary Linda Bradshaw liranmlon Bn-wi-r 75 if V i if , j Af Felicia Mike' Brulon Blll'l'llll121l'l Philip jerry Calahan Camplme-ll lwf' Brian Cheever he De ho ra Buckley Term-sa Craig Lori Bri-wi-r llroukw Bruvm Fred Nlike Roy Burrell Bulchurd Byrd Dianna' Carla-r a Doug Christian Reginald Christopher Sharon Tkllllllly Dale Caspe-r Chamc-rlain Channvl Terry Kerry Darryl Christopher Chumbley Clark 175 17 45' L 'l'-imra David Clemons Clevengcr Q .NW f Bre nfla Terry Clillon Clifton r wx 11, f I C l L 1 K! ia, Sopliomurv Nliuah Nlcnlillan. parlicipalcs in Squarc llam-ing during P. ln. If X . Elise Robin Cobble Cole nf jason Pamela Ava Mike Eddie Janice Collins Colston Complon Compton Conway Cooper Gary Liz Jeff Cynthia Paula David Cox Crea mer Cu pil Curl Daniel Davis Donny ,lay Karen Davis Davis Dc-an Kevin Lee Ann Dillon Dobbs , f 1 , 5 Lou Terry Douglas Drewery Angela Kathy Drin kard Du n n 6. I ing dvparllm-nl. YW? xi i 1 jane De-ason xr 'Q Q , Q' b-bb . I -I A , if Thonias Dodd , lv' wi., Cindy M1-lania Dc-lnpsvy Denman I? Charles Uolvzel Sophonnores Debra Adams and Elise Cobble made CllI'iSllIlB.S decorations lo decorate lhc homunak Slephen Eddie Kurl Mike Richard Cindy Durr Edds Ehrlich Elligu Epps Ellison 178 Darlene .S 'S Allyson 'il fl' nfl 7? ' sf, Willialn Miki' Jelil' Melissa Farnham 'is I A ? F, Q...- Dclois Brill Uavalyn Mike l'lem0n Flcniken Fleniken I-'ohm ,K -4-, Migyggfgps- ffmq M s., ' i 5 H L . , f...-.-.f ' N 1 1 J: I F f w lk f .LA1 . , 3, 1 X t I -,f . J- V 1 w . f Q A ,W gg-A lVlCliSS1f Luanna Stanley Calle l'FHl1klll1 Franks Fran ks Frazier me . 45 f Li A. Q f x iff' ,A 1 rf f fi. f' J - . 3 -1: Q u Ella Sandra Renee Wayne Fft't'm1il1 Freeman French Garrett 1 , r,,-qgff M: . " ' .sf . V , gsllx . 54- v - W '4 51. if f 1 ii' F, gt., , ,, A , 7513? . W , il 4? S. Q. ' ' ' 4512 . 5 31" . -,C 1 li M :Qi 'i ... Q Andrew Jacqueline Bonnie Julie Glaller Gogdwin Green Green '.-1 -1 Flanagan I I 9 V .,.. , Grace Forney Adrian Forney Keith Frazier Danny Frederick ly Regi na Robert Gibson Gillespie TB nya Don na Greer Gregory Linda Lauri llolly l,illl'l1'lil Keith lim-lly Grwvorx Grivsln ilriiiivs Uriim-s Crofmn llulln-rl P - F , P Bark l,nrry .-X my Fri-'tla K 1-vi n Bonn iv llalf' llumln llamillun llamillon llgunmvll Halniiiurlx Linda Rhonda ,li-ll' Mary Karim- 'l'I'0y' llane-5 llardy llurris He-mlm-rson HQ-lsq-r llc-ncle-rson Diane Tan ni Tim Viv ki A nl hony Karon llvrrvra lla-nry Hesl-man Higginlmlham lli ni-s Hinlnn v Ronny TOHIITIQ Linda Mike Alan laura Holland Hunea Horn Horn Houston Huukaby 17 80 5 fl 5 f lu :Xllwrl Hudson lavkic' ,larvis Larry Torx? Nlclvin Hudson lludson llursl llydx' lknvr I X l l l,l1ll1L'I' Holly Slam Laura Slll'ITf' K1-Ill-5 .ldfflislfll ,lan-obs juvolms Johnson .linkins .lllllllwll : l , 5. . ,i l.s'4'l1a Richard Scull Mivkif- Donald Kevin .l0lll1S0H Johnson ,luhnson ,lolmslon lone-S Kato .. . M , rr V , , V V . A . jx,6 .f,? 5 i, -1' N ' . . Agyxg 1' 5 -ig r 1- l K , . K 1 ' Sf x, . V lf 1 1 " . y f , 1, YL gd 7 A 3 I , ... . ggi I . ' 'l h 4 . M" 1 , 5 y "Ki, ' 'If 15125 gg"' " " 'Ji Q r u 5.V P3,,f.Q:f-' xif 'zz f -J r- 1 -' xv 1 gf' J, f: 5 Gcorgr- Karla junivv Kellvr K0Hdl'1Cli King 1-r f 3 lllllll Kolharl Jelrll Mike sophomores sc-llle down lo study. Kruse Lackey 'Ng "ri 'GLN Ya-nvlia Susan 'll-rri Gay Nlarilyn Ifvie ai z gi' rd larwn ,ul 1 lazarinm- I 'lilam-v Lxrci l.m 0 , . I14 or A 'TY 6-'QP 'iw W'-V Grvg Pvggy' UQ-luia Ilonila Siwrry Lulhvr lxnharl lm' I4-his Ligllllbul l,m- Lumwx f 4 ii N ,. Ralph LXHVI jackie J. E. Susie Angie l.uum-y Luving Lowry Lunlxnus Lunslbrrl Willie Rhonda Richard Maclkins Marlin Mason Miko Klasse-y Nlaviwy ,. if i 1 1- Fred Anl hong' Mallhx-ws Maxi:- Randy Carrie David May Mayes Maynard Carrie Mayer Brenda Debbie McDaniel McDaniel L ni. 18 r z -Xmumlu Dl'lll'll Annvlh- liuilvy N 4 llx xll'l'ii.lI'lLlIld Nlvllowuu M1-Km' xl1'Iilill N11 xlludll Ml Mllldn for Gail Rita Nlark Mm-Mullen Mc:Shan Mekecl lfvu Miles W 5 may is E, or o or J Dcid rc Moore if 'K M r jill Todd jo Ann Tim Mucklcroy Murphy Murray Murray ,Q uf Lucy Barbara Nlld Mc-nc-lee Donald Sm nil 1 lmlon Mims Nioldxldcw Vloore Honnim- Diane Mike Ke 1 an ,I ' FEA J jane Sl:-phen Curl Nlonrov Shirley Annie- Nixon Olds Oljen Pagi- Pagv Palmer 'P , QQ 'Egg-"L I . - ' ' 1 . -V. .' . "' ' ' 5 :KX ' ' ..'f ' fix. if 1 L in 1 N K lr ii X ' if ,V : K ,fi k , . W Y , ,EE A ' x ' 4 i 1 'Q 5 'L Wig ty t' K 4 , ff L M- N , l ' l X wi! A Kalherinc-' Richard Cindy liurbara Nlarlhu ,lack Parrish Parrish Purlin Patton Peavy Pennington X fr Bubba Tarn Chuck .l0lH1 Ricky Sid Perkins Permenler Phillips Phillips Pike Pigrqgg- Allan Carol Joy Billy Steven Freddie- Pierce Pistols Pills Pleasanl Ploch Polk Q' .. X 4, Eddie Ronald Pam Greg Pam B. T, Pool Poskey Poller Power Power Price 18 .-Xrlhur llosiv Pruiu Pruiu Brian lxlm .lu Kcnnelh Rail' Waller juseph Ra u su w Rel wson jimmy Ru hard R11 Kimber Hecllie-lil lines: Hn hard on im- , if , x 1' v X 'Er Ruv Hands Chris Pr 5,9 llulwrts Rolwrlsun Robin-on Rohm X 1 r wif Chris Davicl lloach Rolwrls f4 x X N A X Q., gk J, V I 5 22? Donald james Glenn Rodriguvs Rodrigues Rogpn, 'Vw K' 49 Kay Ellis Russell Sanders Dee Mary Virginia uve Sell' Sepulvador Sessions X 1' A -.D - '-s., TSQMAQQMAMS - ' Looks as though Sophomores are enjoying a lecture' under Mrs. Roberlson. , ,M ,MQW H--M-N . , 4""wW..,,,... ...,, IQEQ W f A J, ,, K Dedf- Shaw Doug Jeanne Cindy Lonzell Shaw Shippf-y Simmons Simon Bruce Sim pson Roger Susan Sam .IHITICS Chester Jodi Simpson Singer Sillon Smelley Smith Smith f 3359 , ' K v 1, S Wil ' Kgs., ' . . ' mf. Lysa David Bob Shirley Bethany Beth Smith Smill Speegle Spencer S urrier Slanaland P 185 18 fl fy 63 1 Ruth .lean Sarah Charles Stanley Slanslwrry Slr-gal Slerns llarra Dc-lira Slewarl Sum,- Ii , v 're ' 1 X, f' " R57 f 3, fs W f I I E A X , , , 'sw ff W Y rf 1 X, ' 1 , v 4 Mike .lerrj Phillip Stoll Tijuana llehra Slrahan Strode Tannery Taylor Thomas 'l'humpsun T f i f f f i f v' Q- gf! My V, QA-, ws , 'W A. all . l A W lfflflie Ann Jacqueline Carol Frank Dana Tl'10mpS0rl Tindall Tinsley Tobias Tucker Upchurch Darlene Melinda Mike Keenan Darrell Tony Yarble Vawler Vawter Wallace Gwendolyn Washington Walton Ware Brian Alice Waters Watts james Walls ,,, lVlarja Paul Walls Wells M, .... , , f W l r W r 1 -wr JI. Q x, W 5 1 ra M f f L 1' - , l X sf. , K K x I 6 . , Ht. Hank Uelira l-lllrlip Evuroll Charles llaviml Weyland Whitaker Whitaker Whitaker Whiln- While aw A fx. 7 154 N., 5. o f i , El -HA, Wy Patty Tony David Laurie Dale Anita While White Whitton Whitton Wier Willingham ' 'r ff Andy Fredrick Linda Lisa Paul Willi8ITlS Williams Williams Williams Taylor 4+ Janeen Oscar Rebecca Rhonda Ronald Wilson Wood Worley Wright Wyrick Norman Larry Winston Yoritaie Young Young 63, ., lj. - Sarah Williams James Yarbrough Ka lk., k 4 1,1 AIVKQJ , 2. U x w :L , . ,, - 1.7 ks i T' J' lfrvshman Class Ufiiuers. Fronl: Si-liwamlu ,laiirksoui-Yiw Presidvnl. Susan Harrison-Parliamc-nlariang Tyanv Thomas-'i'reasurer. Back: Dee Brannon-President, Trivia livuris-S1-m'i'i-tary. and Carla Johnson-Reporter. Runners-up Class Favorites: Bobby Palmer and Trivia Evans Freshmen Beth Moore and Libba Reid participate in Chorale inialion. 18 iliiif - . ' gi i , N i ,, V J i is . , , J ' ,ll " i ,H Debra Daniel Arlams Adams 1,1 Deborah .-Xmlersun ,'Xmls-l'son x " Nl Larry ei Baize Baker u fella ,x' B'g ,, l-Kia VIQ5! pan 4K Q X '-4' ' I f L fs ' j Xe ,, i I 1' ll David Sandra Cathy Frank Alrle-rs Ale-zamler Allen Allen I Kevin David Rene Martha Anlionelle Andis .-Xlwooal Auslin Ayers ,af 'T -37 Julie Paul David Terri Ball ' ' ' ' Ba 'Q Dal be r Barnhill 5. 190 Freshmen are eager lo gel lo lheir next class. 4: . I ,. 1, , A inf l Dora Lisa Adrianne Bell Bell Bentley 6, 5 ' X , , ' , .1-1 1 jf 4f .f . A , Diann Louis Ray Reva BerV?' BCFYY Birdwell Freshmen enjoy socializing before school. . ........ A Philip Janet Regina Brenda James Connie Blaukshire- Blanvharcl Boyr-ll Blavlxlbu rn Blum' kslwr Blavlishirv VH? A- Shelia Bradshaw Dee ,lana Jan Dian ne De bra Brannon Bratz Bridwe-ll Brilev Brooks JA Pam Algerila Greg lVlark Dina Mark Brooks Brown Brown Bullock Bu rch Burgess Sharon Burke 'TTD' Tammy Cindy Rhonda Belly Sam Burns Bush Bush Byrd Cain 2 ,gs X me M, 4' 4 , X gl X wi ix! liaymoml Alina Kill! llium' lfrvclm-1'il'la uhlflil Czunplrvll Caspc-r Cuspvr Chalk:-r Chalmun Clwalt' r ' ,Jmgx 'fi' q wwli- X' F' i f-sf finer Kay 'liimmy 'Vlivlmm-l llolie-rl Clwryl Mary Cave-r Chancllvr Cham-5 Chrislcnson Chrislophur Chrislopher Y few Cary Bra-ndu Annette- Sandy Ann Vanessa Cla-ve-land Cloudy Cloudy Colmlxlc Collie-r Colomb Kun-n ll:-inpsvy De-Iighl llilly Janice- Kalhy Colslon Compton Conslord Cordova Coslc-r Cox Dawn ,Iell Chris Toni Larry Linda Crank Crooms Cummings Curl Daniels Daniels ti' v H :ai T ,. .rx 6' , . Q, -X 'V-V' ,. F , M ' A. F ixx , . ' , xl ' -.--Q , r .f -, V J ' 1 '.-A 'f ,NF , ' I, fa, , ' A sw ex. F4 'X 39, v will 5 J- uli 'BI Willis Chanle- Cheryl Daniels Davis Davis David E mma David Dec kard Deckard Denny Michael David Stephen Durden Durr Shannon Steven Craig Davis Davis Dec kard Katherine Mark Dawn Dodd Dodson Doyle '37 David Nina Tricia 1 Debra Theodore Flanagan Flanagan Jimmy Farrell Jeffery J im my Ta myra Forney Forney Forney Eddings Elliot Evans Jewell John Patrick Ferguson Fisher Fitzgerald Billy Daniel Craig Fowler Frederick Fuller J Freshman, ,Ierri l s-rry, lake-s time out lu sniilv al lhe 4-amera. R a ir, , gif .Q lik - 4 an .. X. ll QR , ' A 7 , 1 if va X x f' iv . X I Linda Sharon Goodwin llooclwin J! .A ,t n ' . Q .-' Derek Hardv Kayla Haney 1 ,,,4,,,X Y . r I .,.L'.r . M an - ., I Q David Billie Heaston Henderson 194 ,fb -1+ i a- Eclna john Brenda Garrvll Cavlorcl Gvrhardl A-Q, f ' ,f f i in Q1 "' l U Shi-lia Randy Melanie t:lllll'!'illl'l Goucl Gooclson Mark Wayne Casey ,lo Ann Gl'i'Pl'lt' Crm-gslon Hale' Hamilton BOND! .lov Susan john Phyllis Harris Harrison Harlman Hayle-r Mike Ron David Cynthia Hensarling Henson Herrera Hg-nager Q x Yvellv Cindy Mary Mitch Ruth Hivkman Highlill Highiill Hill Hinton ,, ., fl X... 1 Y Teresa Hin Van Randy George- Slfvplwn Timmy Dawn Hoguv Holland Holmes Holi Hone-a Hopkins- 41,-Q. -. vv , 1 W up , 'S-52 Q ' wa 4 wsu. ' 1 ' 1 X 1, Q my RPRP David jr-ri Willie Horn Hosmer Howard 1 XA I r c, t 1 'Y xl Susan Aundra Carol Hudson Hughes Hursl james Cindy Barry Kevin Hulchinson Hyde lglinsky ll-mer L Many freshmen participate in the N. H. S Concert Choir Tom lrons Bobby Jackson an . - Q 3? uh . 4 if i Hifi 'fi' m IRL ., 5 1 f . fff NF? A . fil'ilIlXl'i Simziiulu 'lim-rvsu Sharon Cilfiil ivory Jan-Lsim .iklfiwll ,lac-obs ,Ivnkins Johnson .IUIIIISOH 'V' Maw in A lun Dun Cary Krista Kev in johnson .Iohnslon ,Innes jones Kendrick King ,Q-16' Lullunna Bula Niivlme-I D4-an King Kingham Koilc Koonce V Mr. Nlm-Iivyiwlds makes frr-shinun .'xlllQ"l'il'El!l history Sarah Diane Bobby David vlussvs live-ly. Koslol Kurtz LABQ1-de liike Slvphen Tim liilfy Charles Judy juan Lumlmc-rl Landrum Lazarine Lev Let- Lgonard 196 fww f ff! Gay Layton, Sl1'lDht'll l,iill1l1t'I'l, and Km-ilh Belk plurvd in thc I'rn-shman All-Rc-ginn Band. 3 -2' fi Y, A Nlark Lvwls wir A A Bunnie- Martin ,ei 15? . , If'-pf!! .Jr'?sf!' ,lanv Samlra 'l'ra1'r'y Malhrfvvs Mathews Nlawr 'K-11' 3 Susan Gwen Ann IVICCIQ-llon McDaniel McDonald -.'--...X -9' N .AQV Robin Scum Barbara MCC-rew McKee MCKHlghl ,,.,.ms.. Slut- vm 1 rn Loflmm X l k x rf' Tom Marlin Billy May HQ-lrl A nd ra Mr' Cowan - .nrt ,s gn an : I -funugffgf' lmgaauni item , 7 nu A 2' 11-:fs .35 .- ,. ers.. 1 ,nf ..,: , .:.:.::::.' -gg- , f, :yufmnu nan' 1 : :-:."":: 5: '- n' 1 l 1 f4'f','--b "' : A ,,. A mf I.: ' 3 , 'lu uma. fi J.::, ,m::snurv:: L :- :' - ., . 1 'I"-1-.3n'3.'5!12 Kathleen Maxie ,X Mike' Slit-lia lioliliiv Uvlnu Vit-ki 'lvyronv Nleaclor Mr-ans Mvyvrs Nlilan M ilcy Millcrtl N My . A 1 i X fi' Cedric Jellory Judy Beth Katherint- Rodney Mitchell Mitchell Molandc-s Moore- Moore Moore it it lie Q53 .az is . 2 tififgw l . 1:5si. ,5 9 . it ?. 2 ft:w' ,- 7 Q C- A f , A. - it i i . I K K5 3 K ,ar Q J, , Wi I X tn? . ! lr .. Arir e-W-W R Dixie julie Carlos Beverly Jam-kliiw Tratzy Mor an Morffan Nlorris Murrav Mwrs Nabours I' . 4 ,, fm 'jf fatxifll, if juan Kevin Clarence jimmy Melissa Donna Neal Neptune Newton Noa Oberlechner Oliver Bridgett Bobby Mike Charles Charlotte Brenda Packard Palmer Parmley Partin Partin Patton 8 ! 1 v 3 I a Tram-y cllll Iv am Sm ull on Perkins Pi rmenlur ' PL ter on Pew t ,Iimmy Phillip gg if -QT, -- v. f ara- J if 4 .A 5 OYVCI' Alice Donna fum Palm lx Lililmd Harvu Ramo Roland Fred Angrlnd IATIW David bayla Ronquemore Rudewald Rodrigues Rudrigum Rogers Rogers Ki-vin Nh lx in Nlu liael C vnlhm W adell I! N I I Larrl' DOINHI Rolme rl Ja meg Rogers RUUli1'I' RUSllIl Ch'llTlC Bobby Calvin Darryl Sample Sam: Freshmen Belly Simmons and Diane Briley work on the garmenls lhev made in homemaking class. Kim Shaw Sanders Sanders Warner Elizabelh Sanders Sandford . ,, . .. f- if . .mal gg, ' xii -1 L ,I eff Dexter Sc otl Sc roggins Livia Belly Charles Shepherd Simmons Simmons Debra Milam, freshman is learning lo be resourceful wilh a sewing machine 116' X Kern' Mark Schaeffer Sylvesler Session wif' x Charles Simpson Tracey Sk1'l'll'll,' I . Jerry nelley 3 .z A Wx,., Q Carlos Smith : , V " fn. A rf Timmy Tommy Willie Smith Smith Smith ge' - e 3? --'IF Linda Beth Sandra Angela Greg Wayne Smilhharl Snodgrass Sonier Sowell Sowell Sparks ters ' 2, "N' f ilk' ' rv, t 5 X ffff Y.. ' Z 1 ' 1 all K A Dana Melvin Debra Debbie Randy Ricky Stallings Ste-aclham Stedham Stevens Stinson Stinson Roger Frank Stolts Strickland Tyane Thomas fi-3' M C ,Q gn. ..- Vincent Thomas Steve Summers Cleo Thompson Lauree Margaret Cathy Sutton Sweat Taylor inf K ci' 5- w 1 -1 3.11. .4 Dariel Vance Cheryl Thorn Tiller Tobias 20 202 YU? ,, f if W, Ste-plir-n Nlargare-l 'I'iin Agni-s lit-tty ,larnes Tucid 'l'Uiil1'I'l 'lioiniin 'liuuclu-l 'iiriana 'liriana f , I' wi 1 r r at C 'F' Q ,Pts Y Xulancia 'l'riana , 'W f -,f . V-. Sharon ,lanivs Bvvvrix Renae- Ann . ff. . 1 576 .L .X 'l'urnhain Tull Vanovilr Yawler V1-ulm-:nan f 1 ff St-ull Murquinvz Randy B1-lintla Mark Dainita Yiiire-nl Wade' W'agg0l'lf'f Walianrt- Wailattfv Ward LQ johnny Melvin ji,-ff Jerry Danny Howard Ward Ward Wa rr Waters Watson Walls tim' W wh ff A F i ffixa ., , Mx Charlie Karen Lester Mike Margaret Tena Weaver Weaver Whitaker Whitehead Whitaker Whilehe ad I -f ,, 1. I lofi? F 1 if .Q 'U Us 'J 'ff :Aix x ,f ., , ,L 1, I 7 I f A ia: v A4 e M i 8154 ff i ' WL: 1 4-gif ,i,gifS,i,' 'gf' 'f.,..,,, My Jmwdw .Z . Q i 4 "' 1 ' 1 .---r if? 1 'A -V 525 HEEL " , ,, , .s,.-jzw . If .1 'K 4 6, Q " 15. ' Q M ai f ' WX , i .X ' 1' i Y , ,, 5 25,17 , 5 M 'H' ll 74 I W" 1 l ,. 4, Nt A , A i. , 5 i 1 , -.... Billie Roxunm- lilill john lk-4-ky llvrrivk Wiliilalwr Wliilcsimlv Wliillvy Wvillliie Williams Williams- ' A ' 5' W if . Q . , ,,gf.-41' ' QM: Q, if, A " X A i . 3 M33 W if .An i -M ..,-.- , .., ,s , , , .i . . .2 K V It H rf E, A ' Vx , 4, 0, i : .ff 3. N - V S ' I "' YE L, -V 367 V V92 lf Q 5 J haf, ' L , , A Q .rfag-L25-fi , F, A '4 uff",' V . x iii ' A ay . if , 1, Y I ,W ,H I, 5 ,Q k .fi r Mr. . . , , ,I V I ' 5, W. f i 5' X fi . .J W W LA. 1 , r ,lvnnic Killy Rorlney ,l'llK'lIllil Tina Lori Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Willis A l ' Egg , 4 if-A P 4 f"'fa i 3115 l' l ' ,wh , ,, F ' i I ,Z . ', ." ' " 271,111 ' ,' W i , 3' x is fr QNX, i Y, Q f 1 Q, , ,,,:,.f , gif 1 rs .. A If ' - ' if , iz :gi P ' " , l ', ,, ,fr A . A W Q Q Ji K fi ln 'L A, I K f. fl ' ' J fig ii ' f l Sandy Barbara Alan Janet Ricky llank Wilson Woodson Wright Wyall Wyrick Yibarbo Bobby York mv Q. Freshman lloal won lirsl prize in the Home-coming Parade. . ., Q, CRAYONS , Dillercni 'Brilliant Colors In f if r1?'ie?W'M 'V 5 1 6 X, w 1 if 55" fffii' , 1'5ce5'f1 .1 1 1: :fix . i ,fl 2 20 "f X . f Q 204 . Jones .111 Kdf ff ' ik' ' ' The Traveler A traveler in time Once paused along the way At the brink of his prime To ponder on tomorrow And remember a yesterday. As he reclined, And breathed the full breath of his spring The thoughts of his youthful mind Weaved the threads of his past That to his future would pattern bring. Triumphs and trials of days gone by And thoughts of tomorrow's day For memories he could only cry For tomorrow he could but pray, That destiny would yet prove kind. The path ahead was long and steep That led him from here to eternityg On it led into darkened deep Someday to stop and see The very edge of time. So 'cross his shoulder he flung his dream And plucked a hope from a nearby tree, Thus out across the rushing stream That once crossed would find him free, To roam to the very ends of his destiny. by, Jeffery J. Jones 20 Lisa Beall's smile and genuine friendliness are lwo qualities that have endeared her to both stu- dents and teachers at NHS. ln her untiring efforts as an outstanding cheerleader, she has faithfully supported our Dragons for four years at NHS. ln addition to her leadership qualities out- side the classroom, Lisa has also written an en- viable academic record. With such versatile con- tributions to her credit, it is fitting that this darkhaired beauty be chosen to receive the coveted title of "Miss NHS." 206 Who's Who Nacogdoches High School salutes Tom Drig- gers, West Point Cadet-To-Be. As he leaves us, we are the richer for having known him. He epitomizes solidarity, Congeniality, and scholar- ship. Furthermore, he shares his talents with all around him. He has consistently and compe- tently represented his school and his peers in competition, with outstanding success in public speaking. His success has been our success. Dolores Durr is the epitome ofthe "All Ameri- can Girlf' Her enthusiasm, her fresh, vivacious personality, her school spirit, and her friendli- ness have brightened the halls of NHS for the past four years. She is outstanding as a leader, as a worker, and as an individual. Her energetic and meticulous efforts as Secretary of the Student Council and her dedicated loyalty as a Varsity Cheerleader is unmatched. She has also main- tained an excellant scholastic record. Dolores learned long ago that "They who give, have all things." "1 .-' '. ff Vit? :H at it .yi v. Q -e . ,lames Ervin will be remembered for his plea- santness, strength of character, cooperative spirit, and willingness to help whenever needed. Though quiet and friendly in manner, james has a record of high achievements academically and has brought honors to himself and his school. He serves in National Honor Society, in Art Club, and as pianist for school activities. lt is students like James that give us pleasure now and hope for a brighter future. Whois Who t I Perry Grimes will be remembered for his sin- cerity, his friendliness, and for his willingness to serve. He has a ready smile for all, and has en- deared himself to both students and teachers. Demonstrating outstanding leadership ability in both school and community affairs, Perry's mot- to seems to be: "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." A true gentleman and a scho- lar, his intelligence, kindness and great talent will lead him toward success in life. Quiet, unassuming, and talented, that's Kerry Horn. A sincere young man, dedicated to high principles, Kerry has made his mark in the halls of NHS. With his friendly smile and pleasant dis- position toward all people, Kerry has carved his niche with students and teachers alike. Service has been given in many ways by Kerry. As a .lunior, he served as President of the Student Body. As a Senior he has been President of the Chorale, on the Varsity lootball team, and Stu- dent Council Representative. His fellow students honored him by electing him Mr. NHS this year. He also plays baseball and is an active member of the First Baptist Church. Kerry's future, whether in music or coaching, will combine attributes of honor, integrety, and concern for others. 207 Leadership is the word which best describes Ken Johnson. As president of the Student Body and in many roles in FFA, he has demonstrated that the mark ofa good leader is to serve. Ken al- ways gives of himself more than he asks of others. His ability to organize, his insight, and his dependability have characterized him as "the one who can get the job done." Ken tempers his strong productive drive with a deep regard for all those he encounters by always having a sincere word for everyone. Through his hard work and concern he leaves a little of himself everywhere he goes, and in this way NHS will be a brighter place because Ken passed this way. A true gentleman, Ken represents the best ofthe Amer- ican spirit. 208 Who's Who Vivacious and sparkling are two words which aptly describe this senior who's who, Pam Jurney. Pam's friendly disposition and optimistic outlook combine to make her a pleasant friend and delightful companion. Her boundless energy allows her to make many contributions to her school as she has served this year as book "N" editor, JR. Historian president, Recording Secre- tary of the National Honor Society, Parliamen- tarian of the Future Homemakers of America, and V. President of the Chorale. She has also al- tended SFA on the concurrent program. With High Christian ideals, Pam reflects sincere pur- pose in her life. She plans to attend jacksonville Baptist College following her graduation. With her ability to work and enjoy life, Pam is sure to make outstanding contributions there, also. ln the eyes ofthe faculty and students at NHS, Martha Muckleroy has earned our recognition for her excellence in academics, as exemplified by her selection to the National Honor Society, and in athletics having been selected the dis- trict's outstanding volleyball player. For these achievements, Martha has won our praise. And because of her friendly smile, her kindness, her sincerity, and her honest concern, she has won our hearts also. One strange characteristic of the human animal is that he acknowledges as great those things which will pass away. But that which is great in Martha is that which is eternal. She radiates that love which only comes from the ind- welling spirit of Jesus Christ, and for this reason, though men may forget her, she is remembered. Elizabeth Stanly is a person of bubbling per- sonality, quick wil and a willing smile. She enjoys people and is always ready to give herself to be a good leader and one who can also follow. Many people, both students and teachers, have been brightened by her smile and personality, Her in- tellect, friendliness and sense of humor will greatly help in her chosen field of physical therapy for the handicapped. Who's WI? I in Leadership is truly a word to describe senior Eric Wade. Eric has been a friendly addition to the senior class ol'1976. Besides sewing as prcsi- dent of the senior class, he has served on the stall' ol' the school newspaper and participated on both the football and the baseball teams. Eric truly exemplifies the qualities of scholarship, leadership and service. l lfa teacher is lucky a few times in her teaching career, students like Wendy Waters will come along. Talented students often have demands ntade on them from all areas, home, community, and school. Wendy has managed to meet most of these demands and requests. This necessitates good planning, good judgement and a thorough knowledge of her own capabilities. Because of this, Wendy has been able to work under pres- sure and contribute much to her school, com- munity and home. During four years in drama Wendy has worked on every production in almost every capacity. She has worked on stage and backstage and has lived the Thespian motto, "Act well your part, therein all the honor lies." 209 lim-ar Patron: As tht- l976 Business Manager ol' the Book "Ni, l would lilo- to thank you lor supporting our annual with your advertising. Vile used a livw new ideas to try to add allra1'tiven4'ss to this svvtion. It is the desire ol' our stall that you are pleased with your advertisement. Your advertising has made this annual possihlv. and it is our hope that you will eontinuv lo support us in tht- luture. Sincerely, john Colwell Business Manager This year's ann ual was a success due- to the support ofthe student body and businesses. I would like to express mv ap- pre-eiation lior everyone's support in making this annual possible. Sincerely, Hwifyfmy Gary jurney Assistant Business Manager 210 e Q mufflnnenq ' STATE IDX "Your opportunity bank in Nacogdochesf i'Togelher we can make things happenf' Member F. D. I. C. Nacogdoches, Texas 564-6191 2 .gflaw Iepf- .glare 115 E. MAIN ST NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS 75961 Nuianwizc Qu 8 Qlwmduae Ga. Cl2da7izUic6' LEVIS ,llQS'lllN P O Box 40 MT. ENTERPRISE TEXAS 75681 Compliment, B ' Ot- S Diamonds Mountings Jewelery silver Jack Peppard Fine Jewelry BULOVAS, ELGINS AND HAMILTONS ' C ' 203 E. Main Pontla Buick and Watch Repair LO 4-7620 1 Compliments "Y -.,. .- : of NQCOCQLIOCQSQ FXOTQX CO. ROBERT at LINDA GROGAN 138 N NI S 17133 56 7 61 Carl Parks Nacogdoches Ready-Mix Concrete Company P. 0. Box 1629 Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 Office 605 Powers Street 212 Phone 564-8301 Compliments of North Street DOl1LltS . O Q Q af' ..' YI J J G u 54:8 Nlllllll fffgn X-J 1 , - ,fr : -..ef XX 4 , 5. fic' s V55-' 3 H X ". 7 -.6Q'fY'i2'4 if '..v .. "ul ' -S -i 'S 1'-T-?5":f" vf -- N l :.a3', .9i'4?: Lf 5 ' Lf"- r -.1 , l LOZLQL 1 1 ,J41 ,z ir 5,42-4' .1 3' i fgg.e-- -41 2 - S , --M f-I 'N vv L L . : 1 1 . I , -, W Y! .' 145 5 .E 4' x.-- .,- url' J l u ' N" - 4' .' - , . f" , 2 - serie.. ,. we ff iiluni ig .' Owl' f ' . , - .-Qfxmff l . 3 - , 'l , , 1 - 1. x, I + Q i l -.-mga. l ---' ., 1 l .1 ,labggku V-', l F1 -VO 5. it SRS . 5 119 .- ' .- 1' J! 'l ' -' ' S " Qu '- 1 " is ' ff -,:V,:,, .... .JJ -- A Yfl. Q. STDNE nun., i'1 i 'iii ,f e .7!u.f. STONE FORT E. i F 4: A Full Service Bank OF XMIUGDOCHES, TICXAS Resources over S56,000,000.00 Cason Monk True Value Hardware, Inc. 317 East Main St 564-4663 Nacogdoches, Texas weiuvilegou lacomeiuaud brwwoe at 9 Campus Togs and Briclal Shop B 81 C Packing Co. Specializing in Custom Dressing 81 Processing of Beef Sz Pork Sheraton Crest Barber Shop Located in the Sheraton Crest Inn We Do All Types of Haircuts and Styling Long-or-Short Roffler Sculptur Kut Hair Styling Lane Drive Ph' 564-3761 Ken Jurnffy Steve ,Iurney 21 ' 0 3 ' 124 E. MAIN ST. - 564-99110 NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 75961 m-E fl S U.I-E-RR ifxviusivv Wvi'dI' 1501 W C1111til't'Il BOOKS 0 TOYS MA'l'EHNl'l'Y XVHAXH 405 Hospital St. Phono Art-a Code- 713 564-5441 Co111pli111vnt oi- Ed Morgan Compliments ot' WesIey's Discount Liquor Store Co111pli111enl of' Sonic Drive In Loop 224 Center Highway, East Sonny's Electronics Communications and Industrial Electronics 3322 Center Road Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 R. 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NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS . gig .N ZEARTH i.AY'roN. SERVICE More RES. PHONE BUSINESS PHONE 564-3323 564-7353 2U I R 81 RACQUET SHOP . NACOGDOCHES, TEX 75961 WElNER'S - 48 'stores serving Southeast Texas. Bank Americard, Master Charge or Lay-A-Way. Open nights 'til 9 for your Shopping convenience. 1112 South St, CSTORE ADDRESS? Nacogdoches. Texas GNEQ. tn ,fa 1 whne s I , 709 6 B Efscfzia Asazvias PHONE 569-8221 MOTOR REWINDING AND REPAIR NEW AND REBUILT MOTORS CONYRACTING, RE AIRS. MAINTENANCE OWNER - JERRY CONSFORD THE HOME OF GREATER VALUES SWIFT ST. NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS It's Your Day at Zif f at ta Qdsiiliai 569-8251 gms y -,ifiiin Y f , t.,, ,W t ' ' , ,N We W sg?" 215 E. Maln L. 'V H-,Aim ,L .. W 1 1 Y Y f, -.-.LY Q V fl ,ff V- UDMMERGIAL ATIU AL BA K 216 IN NACOGDOCHES Compliments of TIPTON FORD INC. 1115 North St. 564.7337 Nat-ogtlot-lles. Texas T. R.'S SeO2lQlk:il.CH SHOP L M Ddl rs rr, mug ' ' SPEClALlZlNG in the POOR BOY 0 French bread ham and cheese, salami and pickles with our special secret sauce-just 70 cents lbna looalL al llmtlly pm o ALSO 0 Corned beef sandwiches 0 Ham 0 Ham and Cheese 0 Pastrami 0 Salami Meats 81 g Tu,-key C 513939 0 Bologna 0 Y . The Pound 1X4 pound of meat on every sandwich ' TH! 'EST FOR LESS ' COULTER-COE KARD KASTLE GIFT 1000 North Sl- SHOP Phone 564-4-677 Nacogdoches, Texas 217 5 V :ray ii gig: .22-f-e-"H ' , I Q . ,,,., ..... , Res a nt TIIE WIIJIC AWAKE 24 HOUR R1'lS'I'AlQHAN'I' 1.1IIIIIlIIII1t'IIIS ui Varsity Book Store 315 Ifasl Collvgi- Slrvvl II. 0. Iiox 11.3 Nam'ogcIoc'I1e-s,'Il-xas 75961 ,Ialm-s Ii. Ram-5 IIWIIUI'-AILlllilg0I' 713-504-2704 HERSONAL PHONE My fpfzizzfifzg 5 FURNITURE 7133 564-O476 AUTOMOBILE Supplfj CQ, NI 84 IVI LOANS. INCORPORATED MR ei MRS CLAYTON KING B'J-WALTON IOS N C S 119 NORTH ST P 564 5539 MANAGER N T 575961 P o B 901 NACOGDOCI-:Es TEXAS 75961 STRIPLINGS, INC. 211 E. Nlain SL. 'I'e-Icphonc 564-4646 STRIPLlNG'S MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY, INC. 4800 Stallings Dr., Nacogdochcsffexas 75961 564-2624 Complimc-nls of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. King Heins Farm Equipment, Inc. Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 Ph. 17133 564-7303 218 Wardlaw Business Machines Company "Specialists in Precision Equipmenlw Box 626-114 W. Hospital-Phone LO 4-5832 Typf-wrilf-rg Cash Registers Adding Nlavhines Duplicators C'I:I'l g Ifrnilr, q3iIfi.:.d5:::pli..S Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 U U P Plgmoufh BOLJVAR JOHNSON HADEN JOHNSON CHRYSLER NACOGDOCHE5 SCG I - E JOHNSON FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED NEW AND USED FURNWURE .qfsnclaiafg dflayifsz-Tlymouffl, dna. 106 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 564-5471 NACOGDOCHE5- TEXAS 75961 201 NORTH ST. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS , -yr , r 5 0 - 3 s T1 be Cuzftery ' ln the Continental lnn 204 W. Pillar 564-0110 564-5457 564-7601 - MUCKLERQY 5 5 9 SALES COMPANY Air Conditioning, Frigidaire Appliances 208 West Pillar Street P.O. Drawer 1401 Serving This G-real' Easl Texas Area N3C0Qd0Cl'l9Sl Texas 75961 219 f10l1gl'kllllIilIIlJI15 S1-Iliors oI' 776 THE POLKA DOT FaIII'iI's 82 Gifts Bernina Sewinff C6'I'lIt'I' 405 Izast Nldlll Sheet Nlr. Sz Mrs. jim Cape-I 'fferving N1Ir0g1lofhI'r .Hnre 1960" Iam, 0 0 E E, ...gv GERD INC. MOTORS , CONTRACTORS Moron REWINDING 3. REPAIR f INDUSTRIAL G COMMERCIAL New L uszn EQUIPMENT A MOTOR FOR EVERY PURPOSE g NEW CONSTRUCTIQN REFRIGERATION MOTORS , MAINTENANCE Authoruzed smking oamabmn ' TROUBLE SHOOUNG - REPAIR EL. AI.I.Is-cI-IAI.IvI ERS BOB Compu 1615 S Fredonia UNION BMDOR 5 Hwy so cswn. sn STEVECO UNCC'-N NIQI-Is can ssmossv A, p,,d,,,,i, ' ' . DEFAKTMENT' stones 220 Northvievv Plaza Shopping Center Shop for Brand Name Merchandise f I' ' Smith-Mann Motors Oldsmobile-Cadillac Beer Store GMC T K Turner's University Moron HOMES by Shop ForefraveL inc. 2106 Nofth 51, 1221 N. STALLINGS DR. KLOOP 24? NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS 75961 B K -Bb! - Gift - THE PARTY CENTER 3 ,I ltsthewwfa W , realthlng Enjoy I M 1 - X AMW 1, X, , ', . .-,A V I ff I I A 4.11 Compliments ol' MiIey's Foreign Cars M 81 M's and Ken's Stores Moore Supply Co. Wholesale Distributors Conroe Spring liraiivli Nat-ogilotl Airline lic-aumonl llumlxln- Bryan Slallorcl liayloxs n Brazospo rl llouslon llc-nrlcrson Nlarshall 6 Convenient Locations to Serve You Henderson Nacogdoches Marshall 205 N. Van Buren 120 Bremond Street 1208 E351 Emi Blvd-, 214-657-2519 713-564-8331 214-938-8861 Massey Business College Accredited by The Accrediting Commission ofthe Association of Independent Colleges and Schools Compliments of CRAWFORD BUILDING MATERIAL CO. Lumber and Builders Supply 600 Powers St. 564-3734 Phone 564.3788 412 East Main st. 212 . N A- ,K . , FEEDS WA? an ff 14"-Q FERTILIZERS 1 EEEBISSUPPLIES , ,mmmmmmwbw H, IL gharge .sa i:" Bankameficafd BOX 228 ew NACOGDOCHES 'k IZ4RM BURI-1.411 IA IRUSFI- I M N ACOGDOCHES COUNTY 'FARM BUREAU Life - Auto - Fire - Liability i JOE A. SWEAT omricai 564-7374 1 AGENT Home 564-3286 CHIIIPITIIIUIIIS ot' i CONTINENTAL INN i GOOD LUCK and KEEP STUUYINC i 1 . ,lack Hammvll i Plm 11111. i ,. Carry Out or Eat in My 4 i 3117 North street 564-0214 'QQ' M t i Nacogdoches, Texas 1311. 4 0 i Open 'til 2 am. Fri.-Sat.A 25,-': , H T 12 pm. Sun. Thru Thurs. y AMUJ1 W' Order By Phone for Faster Service A ,, Q , Allow Approximately 20 Minutes 0 JJ N' I 6il5AQff'f,t,fif11",n i Monday 81 Wednesday Night is Spaghetti Night d'i0gfj",g 'Qt 'fdbfvbl l Spaghetti, Salad, Garlic Toast 1.39 Ml' 73334912 E N' H ' , Submarinevggndlgcgliight 1,19 ivli1l3d0l'!P21CC'I'fi1OI'l1t'lMil'l'IlliiIl Clarixt If The A72J108f one Hou' H COLLEGE HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH I' 2.505 NORTH STREET NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS 75961 THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING 26l6 North S+ree+ and South Gam Shoppmg Cemier GILBERT LOE . PAS-ron CHURCH PHONE 564-7407 564-7122 223 Pliom 564 0203 T. G. EVANS GENERAL CONTRACTQR Thomas G. Evans P. U. Box 763 fUwnc-rj Nacogdovhes, Texas 75961 224 Compliments of MlKE'S LITTLE STORES lVIike's No. 1-Loop 224 at Durst St. Mike-is No. 2-University Dr. at Starr Ave. Gas, groceries, 7 til 11 Convenience And . . . Visit the Super Spray Auto Wash directly behind Mike's No. 2. O 00 Gf I 1514 North Street Nacogdoches 569-9164 Qlliliua AND YOU th al the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 411 North Sl. Nacogdoches, Texas 22 L pl 1 "THE FANTASTIC FIVE" Marcie Clifton Pam Jurney Linda Millard Judy Mooney Angie Muckleroy SENIORS of '76 Gound Chevrolet Nacogdoches Western World CLETUS 11 DORIS mm EX 1528 U , D N gd h r Nacogdoches Coca Cola, C P, Dr. Pepper, f Seven-Up Book "N" Bottling Company 2119 North SUP. 0. Box 927 Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 PATRCNS Tandy Leathercraft 81 American Handicraft East Texas Carpets Green's Insurance Agency J. C. Penney Company Johnny's Barber 81 Styling Pool's Hardware Robinson's Studio Rossini's Warehouse Restaurant Spinet's Music Still Bro.'s Grocery Walker's Shoes Don Wier Family Autographs Compliments of Sponsors Senior Accomplishments Robert Adams Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Annie Alexander Linda Alexander Science Club 1: Chorale 2, 3, Freshman Pep Squad, Varsity Pep Squad 2, Deca 4, Honor Society 3, 4. Bobby Allen Football 1, Golf 2, Pan Am 2, Outstanding Health Student 4. Eric Allen Football Mgr. 1, 2. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Vica 3, Scholarship from Auto Mech. Richard Allen Chess Club, Stage Band 4, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Andy Arnold FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama 3. Greg Arriola Lisa Atwood National Honor Society 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Outstanding in Hmk. 1, Alg. 1 1, Outstanding in Child Develop. 4, Varsity Volleyball Manager 3, Pep Squad 1, FTA 4. Wayne Austin FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Judg- ing and Leadership Teams 3, 4. Tim Badders Vice Pres. Rodeo Club 4, Texas H.S. Rodeo Asso. Gordon Bailey Marty Baize Art Award 1, 2, Key Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Baseball Capt. 4, Most Valuable Player. Charlotte Ballard FHA 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, OEA 3, 4. Laura Ballew Velma Bandy Melanie Barber Pep Squad, Stu- dent Council, Thespians, Art Club 1, Outstanding English 2, Volleyball, One-Act Play, Winning Dist. 3, Na- tional Honor Society 4. Blake Barnett Class Officer 4, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, Baseball 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, History Team 4, Who,s Who Among H. S. Students 3. Carol Bass FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Art Club. 230 John Bateson Pete Baublet Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Fellowship Christian Athletes, "Nw Asso., TAHOS Vice Pres. 4, National Poetry Press. Lisa Beall Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Miss NHS 4, Class Favorite 1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Friendliest 1, 2. Bruce Beaty Pat Berry Karen Boyett Pep Squad, FHA 1, 2, DECA 4. Jeffery Brandon Brenda Bratton HERO Vice Pres., Duchess, lst Runner-up for Home- coming Queen, Runner-up for Cutest 4. Randy Brewer FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 3, Sec. 4. Victor Briley Pam Broacll Outstandin Histor 3 Y Student 2, Pan Am Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Outstanding in Biology and Drama 4, Cast of Dist. One-Act Play 4. Willie Brown Kathleen Browing Girls Choir 1, FHA 1, 4, jr. Historians 4. Jeanne Burgner James Burke Philip Burkart VICA 2, Club Re- porter 3. John Burmingham Vicki Burns Darlean Burse FHA 1, 2, VOE 3, 4. Jeff Butts Band 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, TAHOS 3, 4. Cay Capel Frank Casper Rick Casper Julia Carlisle Zona Carpenter V. Pep Squad 2, FHA 3, 4. Barbara Cason Pep Squad 1, V. Pep Squad 2, 3, Thespians 1, 2, FTA 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, UIL One-Act Play 3, 4, Thespian Duchess 4, Whois Who Among H.S. Students 4. Kenny Chamberlain V. Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 4, Science Club 4, Certificate of Merit, Stage Band 4. Sherri Chandler Pep Squad 1, FHA 1, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Major 4, National Honor Society. Terry Chandler Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, "N" Asso. 3, 4, State Fores- try Team 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Most School Spirit Boy 4. Christi Childress Rhonda Clemons V. Pep Squad 3, FHA 1, 2, Flag Guard Member 3. Marcie Clifton Chorale, Jr. Historians 3, 4, Outstanding P.E. Award 3, Spanish 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Dragon Echo Staff 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Lt. 2, Vice Pres. 3. Tom Coats Keith Cochran Lynda Collins Vickie Collins DECA 3, Duchess for Cosmetology 4, FHA 1, 2. Brenda Compton Band 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Drill Team 4, TAHOS 3, 4. Peggy Compton Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Sweetheart 4, Art Club 3, 4. Cheryl Coster Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club, V. Band. Mari Courtney Annual Staff 1, Art Club 1, VICA 3, lst place in Art Show 4, Outstanding Art Club Stu- dent, Outstanding Home Furnish- ings 4. Holly Creamer Gwen Curl Ronny Curry FFA 3, F orestiy. Judy Daughtry Annual Staff 4, Chorale 3, 4, FHA 4, Counselor's Aid 4. Frank Davis Kathy Davis Linda Davis Pam Davidson Art Club 1-4, FHA 1, Tahos 3, 4-Secretary, 5th place at Area TAHOS contest-lnhahalation Therapy Skills. Senior Accomplishments Keith Dean Science Club 1, Chess Club 2, 3-President, Highest Score on Annual High School Mathemati- cs Examination 2, 3, 4, National Merit Program Finalist, Thespian Troupe 3198 apprentice. Steve Dean Art 1, 2, Football 1, Shop 1, 2, VlCA lCT1-V. President, 2-Secretary. Molly Deckard FHA 1, 2, Pep Squad 1. ,lack DeGrand Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, FFA 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Carolyn Dempsey Linda Douglass FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, HERO FHA 4, Top Teens 2. Rhonda Dudley Science Club 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Drill Team 3, 4, Art Club 4, Outstanding H.S. Student of America, Honor Society 3, 4, Drill Team Duchess 4. Dolores Durr Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4, Honor Society 3, 4, V. Volleyball l, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who, Runner-up for Miss NHS 4, Runner-up for Home- coming Queen 4, Who's Who of American H.S. Students. Tom Driggers Ray Driver Debra Egans Neuman Ellis, Jr. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, D.E. 3, 4. Dana Ellison Tracey Ellison Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Pep Squad 3, 4, Lt. 3, Major 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4, Society of Distinguished Am. H.S. Students 3, 4, District One Act Play 3, 4, Most Outstanding Drama l, lll 2, 4, District Girls Golf 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4. James Ervin Most Outstanding Stu- dent in: Speech 1, English ll 2, Chemistry 3, Concert Choir 4, Home Sl Family Life 4, Bookkeeping 4, Government 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Pan Am 2, Valedictorian 4. Shelley Fare French Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, "Camelot', Regional and State Solo and Ensemble, All State Choir 2, 3, Concurrent Pro- gram-SFA A Capella Choir 4, Pep Squad l, 2, Student Council Third Party Member 4, Most Talented 4, Runner-up 3, Outstanding Girl's Choir Member 1, Outstanding Chorale Member 2, 3. Michelle Farnham Mary Ann Faulkner Twirler l, 2, 3, Drum Major 4, Dragon Echo 3, 4, Science Club 2, Thespians 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Band Ulla 2, Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4, Cast in Ull.. One-Act Play, District-Winning-4. Jayne Fish Nancy Flanagan Annie Lee Flemon FHA, Pep Squad, OEA Parl., Sec., Dist. OEA Contest lst Alternate, 3150 Scholar- ship Award. Kenneth Flowers Richard Foltyn ,Iaunita Fowler Choir 1, FHA 3, HERO-FHA 4. Debra Franks Paul Gates Charlotte Gibson Student Council 1, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 3, 4, DECA Rep., Sweetheart 4, Wittiest 4, Class Favorite Runner-Up 3, 4, Pep Squad l, 2, Lieut. 1, Journalism 3, 4. Karl Gibson Science Club 1, 2, 4, Pan Am 2, Key Club 2, American Poetry Press 1. Rose Gipson FHA 1, HERO-FHA 4. Donna Good Dean Gooden Men's Chorus 2, 3, Concert Choir 4, FHA 4. Ken Graham Thespians, NFL 1, 2, 3, 4, All Star Cast in Area, Best Debator Award, Best in Persuasive, lst place Voice of Democracy Con- test, 2 yr. winner of Optimist Club Oratorical Contest, District winner in Debate, Best in Oratory at NHS award, Male lead in District One Act Play. Mark Granberry Eva Marie Gregory VICA Cos- metology 3, 4, FHA 1, Outstanding Cosmetology Student 3, Sec. of VIAC Cosmetology 4, Outstanding Senior in Cosmetology 4. Greg Griffith Kathy Grimes FHA 1, 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, French Club 2, TAHOS 3, 4. Perry Grimes DECA Pres. 4, Out- standing Student 4, lnterclub Coun- cil Pres. 4, DECA Area Public Speaking Winner Optimist Young Texan of the Month, Society of Dis- tinguished American High Schools NHS Who's Who. Sherry Grimes Volleyball 1, DECA 4, Auto Mechanics Duchess 4, Mem- ber of AIF AM. Judy Griswold "Nw Association 1, Varsity Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, All Dis- trict Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Most Valua- ble Volleyball Player 3, All Ameri- can Volleyball 4, Outstanding Senior Player in District 4, Society of Dis- tinguished American High School Students 4, Track 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Officer-Cap- tain 4. Sondra Grogan FHA 1, 3, Girls Choir 2, Drill Team 3, DECA 4, Pep Squad 1, 2. Ralph Hagans Brad Hale Keith Halls Key Club 2, treas. 3, pres. 4, lnterclub Council 4, Op- timist Speech Finalist 2, Personality Plus 4, Who's Who Among Ameri- can High School Students 4. Carla Haltom Runner-up Most Talented 4, Feature Twirler 4, Honor Student Journalism and Child Development 4, Dragon Echo Staff 3, 4, Typist for Journalism 4. Jan Hand FHA 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Outstanding MOCE Student 4, Drill Team 3, 4, Captain 4. 231 Senior Accomplishments Cynthia Hardy Choir I 1, Chorale 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, FTA 3, 4, Outstanding Choir Award 3. Debra Harris National Honor Society 3, 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students 4, Outstand- ing Student in Related Math l 1, Homemaking II 2, Biology ll 4. Margie Hariss Pam Hartless Dragon Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Journalism staff 4, Office Assis- tant 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. Sallie Hartsfield Almarie Henderson Student Council Alternate 1, FHA 5th Vice- president 2, OEA treas. 4. Daron Henderson National Top Teens of America, DECA, 350 and 315 scholarships. Rex Henson Sammy Herod Terry Herrera Larry Heseman Bob Hickerson Collette Hill FFA 2, DECA 3, 4. Melody Hill Art Club 2, 3, 4, Chorale 3, 4, Outstanding Chorale Member 3, Chorale Duchess 4, DE Voting Delegate Sweepstakes 4. Kathy Holland MOCE Award 3, TAHOS 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. Philip Hopkins Steve Hopson Thelma Horace Band 1, 2, FHA 2, HERO-FHA 4. Kerry Horn Chorale 1-4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Student Council 1-4, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, FCA 1-4, Football 1-4, Baseball 2-4, Friendliest 2, Per- sonality plus 3, Mr. NHS 4, Class Favorite 2, 4, FHA 4, All Region Choir 3, 4, All District Choir 3. 4. Charles Hudson TAHOS treas. 3, Pres. 4, Area II V. Pres. Pan AM, NFL, ESSA Advisory Board. Tony Hughes Tommy Hunter Dennis Hurst David Ivy Var. Baseball, Key Club Carolyn Ann Jackson FHA 1-4- HERO-FHA 3, 4, President's Physi- cal Fitness Award 2, 3. Deborah Jacobs FHA 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad 4, Girls Choir 4, Choir l Cer- tificate. Alvita Johnson David L. Johnson David O. Johnson Frank Johnson Ken Johnson Pres. of Student Body 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Area IX FFA Pres. 4, lnterclub Parlia- mentarian 4. Most Handsome Boy 3. Lisa Johnson Madgeline Johnson HECE project chairman. Melissa Johnson Annual Staff Jr. Historians 4. Diane Jones Jeffrey Jones NHS 3, 4, Scribblers 2, 3, 4, Poet Laureate 4. Jerrye Jones Tom Jones Football 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA treasurer 4. Pam Jurney NHS 3, 4, Annual Staff' 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Society Dis- tinguished American High School Students, National High School Award for Excellence. Archie Keggler Phyllis Keggler Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Hero-FHA, Officer 3, 4. Bruce Keller Jana Kendrick Cheerleader 1, Drill Team 2, 6'Friendliest" 3, "Per- sonality Plus" 4, Deca Duchess, Sec- retary, Volleyball 3, Captain 2 yrs. Mickey Kenner Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, FFA 2, 3, Baseball 3-All District, 4-Honorable Mention. Cheryl Killingsworth Kelly King Donna Kirkpatrick Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 4, FHA 4. James Kitcher Football 1, Basket- Liz Labosky Band 1, 2, P.E. Merit Award 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Tahos 3, 4-Historian, 2nd Place Extemporaneous Essay 3, 4, Presi- dents Physical Fitness Award. Mary Labosky TAHOS 3, 4, Nat. Honor Society 3, 4, Outstanding Homemaking lll Student. Tania Laird Band 1, 2, 3, Twirler 1, 2, Drill Team 3, 4, Jr. Historians 3, 4, Science Club 4, Duchess, French Club 2, 3rd Party-Student Council 4, Dragon Echo. Karen Lambert Chorale 2, 3, 4, All Region Choir 3, 4, All State Choir 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Area All Star Cast, Dragon Echo 3, 4. Danny Lane Paul Lauderdale Football 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, 4, Most Handsome, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 1, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Runner Up Cutest Boy 2, 3. Mary Layton Chorale 2, 3, 4, Nat. Honor Society 3, 4, All District Choir, Salutatorian, Outstanding Student Awards in Music Theory, Advanced English, French Il, Chorale, of World History, English 1, Algebra l, Society of Disting. American High School Students, National High School Award for Ex- cellence. Micheal Wayne Lee VICA 2, 3, 4. Vemon Lewis Spanish 1, Football 1, 2, National Forensic League, Debate Team 1, 2. Donnan Lilly Susan Long Thelma Long FHA 1, 2, 4, Hero FHA 3, Pep Squad 4. Milton Low Building and Trades 3, 4, Officer 3, 4. Tommy Lunsford Wanda Mackey Elizabeth Madkins Niels Manes Reporter in Ag Chapter 10, Star Chapter farmer of Texas 10, Vice-Pres. of Ag ll, Pres. 1-43 V- PTUS- 4- ball 13 FFA 1, 2, 4- of Ag 12, Pres. of Rodeo. 252 Senior Accomplishments Cynthia Martin Robert Martin David Mason Vicki Matlock Cutest 4, Deca 4, Key Club Sweetheart 3, 4. Jerry Maxie Football 1, 2, Wittest 4. Mike McClain Brenda McClendon Cosmetology 1, 2, Hero FHA 1, 4, Top Teens 4. Clair McCormick FTA 1, Band 1, Drill team 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, outstand- ing World History student 3. James McCraw Bruce McCullough Teresa McDaniel Ellen McDonald Art Club 2, Drill Team 3, 4, Dragon Echo 3, 4, Dragon Echo duchess 4. Karen McElmurry Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, District One Act Play 3, 4, Dragon Echo 3, 4. Darlene McMurtray DECA 4, FTA 4, FTA duchess 4. Sue Mekeel Science Club 1, Basket- ball 1. Linda Millard Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Pan Am 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3. Belinda Montgomery Band 1, FHA 2, Drama 2, Deferred Credit Program 4. Jill Montgomery Judy Mooney Pep Squad 2, 3, FFA sweetheart 3, 4, Most Beautiful 3, Annual Staff 4, Most outstanding shorthand student 4. Barbara Moore Karen Moore FHA, HERO-FHA, Outstanding art student 3, 4. Sam Moore Football 2, 3, 4, Track team 4, Student Council 4, FCA 3, 4. Vesta Moore Cosmetology 2, VICA cosmetology state lst. Wesley Morgan Football team 1, 2, 3, FFA 3, 4. Angie Muckleroy NHS 3, 4, Pep Squad l, 2, 3, Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, An- nual Staff 3, Who's Who in Ameri- can High School Students 4. Martha Muckleroy Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, All district 3, 4, Most outstand- ing district player 4, Whois Who in American High School Students 4, FTA 3, Pan Am 2, Who's Who 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students. Diana Mullen Student Council 2, 3, 4, Drill team 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Senior Most Likely to Succeed Girl 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students 3, 4, Who's Who in American High School Students 4. Holly Musick Class officer 3, 4, Stu- dent Council l, 2, 4, Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 3, Society of American High School Students 3, 4. Trisha Nations Volleyball 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Duchess 4, NHS 4. Joyce Newton Hero FHA 3, 4, President HERO FHA 4. Marianne Nichols Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Dragon Echo 3, 4, Pan Am Club 4. Ralph Noa Pan Am 2, 3, Officer 2, 3, Chorale 4, lnterclub council 2, Outstanding Student award in P.E. 3. Jethro Norris James Parmley VICA 2, 3, FFA 4. John Patterson Francell Patton Regina Patton NFL 1, 2, VOE 3, 4, 35100 scholarship from Top Ladies of Distinction. Janice Peterson Pep Squad 3, 4, Duchess 4, Cosmetology 3, 4, FHA l, 2. Hollis Peavy Tim Perry Lisa Pevey Student Council 1, 2, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Volleyball player 4, class officer 1, 2, 4, NHS 3, 4, Chorale 3, Girls' Choir 2. Clifford Phillips Eyvonne Phillips Pep Squad 1, 2, Drill team 3, 4, Vice Major Drill team 4, Outstanding drill team member for camp 4, NHS 3, 4. Jimmy Phillips Vicki Phillips Yolonda Phillips Student Council l, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Dragon Echo 3, 4, Drill team 4. David Pierce DECA 3, 4. Roger Ploch Alfreda Polk Hulon Polk Art club 1, football l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Teresa Pollock Pep Squad 2, Drill team 3, 4, Jr. Historians 3, 4. Randy Porter Band l, DECA 3, 4, DECA vice president 3. Mollie Powell FHA 4, HECE 3. James Pratt Sandra Price Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Golf team 3, 4, Presi- dent KESE explorer post. Cheryl Pruitt FHA 1, 2, HERO FHA 3, 4. Joe Randall Band 2, 3, 4, Vo. AG 2, 3, 4, Forestry Pre-Lab. Ricky Randolph VICA 3, DECA 4. Janice Rankin FHA 1, 2, 4. Sandra Rausaw Karen Rhodes Drill team 4, Pep squad 2, 3, FHA l, 2, FHA typist 4. Terry Rice Mike Richardson NHS 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 3, lnterclub Council 4, Who's Who Lamong American High School Stu- dents 4. Rotary Scholarship winner 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3. Debbie Riddle Pep squad 1, 2, DECA 3, 4, Chorale 3, 4. Larry Roark FFA 1, 2, Outstanding Achievement Algebra, VICA-ICT 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3. Julia Robertson Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, PTSA 3, 4-Secretary, Whois Who in America, lnterclub Council 4, Re- porter, Outstanding Stage Crew and Festival 3, Best Thespian 4, Student Council 4. Jerry Robinson 233 Ricky Rocha Football I, 2, 3, 4, FFA Talent Team 4, Forestry 4, Track I, 2, 3, Rodeo Club 3. Ronald Rodrigues VICA ICT 3, 4, Vocational Agriculture I, 2, Mem- ber of winning Skills Team, Shop I, Tool Foreman 2. Travis Rogers FFA I, Il, VICA ICT I, Il. Teresa Rudd Eric Russell Manuel Sanders Basketball 3, 4- Honorable Mention All District, Runner-up "Most Handsomew 4. Patsy Sanders B. B. Schott Baseball 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 3, 4, Captain 4, Art Club 2. David Schultz Jimmie Scott Norma Scroggins FHA 1, 2, Cheerleader I, 3, 4, Science Club I, 2, Class Officer 2, Top Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary, President, Chorale 3, 4, Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3. Ken Seaton Linda Self Hermon Session Wonda Session HERO FHA 1. Shelia Sexton Gary Shaw National Honor Society 3, 4, Ready-Writing District Winner 3, Key Club 3, 4, Outstanding Stu- dent in Algebra II, Ill, IV, Geome- try, Science Club I, Concurrent Pro- gram. Vernon Shaw Science Club 3, 4- President, Most Outstanding Draft- ing, Art Club I, 2, NFL I, 2, Jr. Historians 4, Football 1. Steve Sheffield Kathy Sherrill Pep Squad 1, Chorale 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Jr. Historians 4, ICT Duchess 4, An- nual Staff 3, 4, NCTA Scholarship. Rosa Simon Ford Simpson Phillip Simpson Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, class president 3, vice president 4, Athlete of the year. David Singleton VOE, OEA club 3, 4. Letha Skeeters FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Who's Who Nominee, FHA State Choir. Bob Skeeters Galeon Skillern Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Basketball 4. Claude Smith 234 Melissa Smith Sylvia Snodgrass Teresa Sparks FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, OEA 3, 4, Rodeo Club 4, FFA typist 4, In- terclub coucil secretary 4, Pep squad l, 2, 3. Vicki Stahlecker Liz Stanley Who's Who 4, NHS 3, 4, High School Award for Ex- cellence 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students 4, Thespians l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, TAHOS 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Dollie Stephens Daphne Stephenson Band 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 4. Donna Strode Pep squad I, 2, 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, Science 1. Jerry Strode AG I, Ag coop Il, DE I, Band. Mark Swearingen Stage Band 4. Band 2, 3, 4, Henry Taylor Emma Thomas Tim Thompson Debra Thorn Terri Thornton Annual Staff 3, 4, Student Council 4, Jr. Historians 4. Linda Triana FHA 2, 3, 4, Art club 2, 3, 4. Elizabeth Trotty HERO FHA 3, 4, 3575 Scholarship from Hanson Lake Jaycees. Cindy Turner Pep Squad 1, Foot- ball duchess 2, DECA 3, 4. Charles Tutt Track 3, Auto- Mechanics 3, 4. Pep Squad 1, 2, Kathy Upchurch FHA 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, DECA 4, Whois Who in Ameri- can Students, Homecoming Duchess FHA. Jerome Upshaw Football 3. Carol Vanover DECA 3, 4. John Vawter Eric Wade Football 3, 4, Sr. class president 4, Student council 4, Key club 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students 4, Who's Who 4, Dragon Echo Staff 3, 4. Richard Waggoner FFA I, 2, Jr. Historians 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. Pat Wallace Art club 1, Pep Squad I, FHA 1, 2, 3, DECA 4, Dragon Echo Staff 3, 4. Joe Ward Johnny Ward Gloria Washington Pep Squad 1, HERO FHA 1. Marilyn Washing-ton HERO FHA I, Outstanding student HECE l. Wendy Waters Who's Who 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students 4, 3rd place in UIL prose at state 4, FTA 2, 3, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Best actress in District UIL 3, 4, Rotary Certificate of merit 4, Chorale 3. Allen Watson DE 4, NHS 3, 4, DE 2, 3, 4. Bobby Watts Lonnie Watts Bob Weaver Chorale 2, 3, 4. Joan Weyland Band 1, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, TAHOS 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4. Stephen Whitaker Danny Whitaker Prentice Whitaker Band 4, DECA 3, 4, FFA 4. Floyd White Art Club 1, 2, VICA 3, 4, Building Trades 3, 4. Chuck Whitehead DECA 4. Joel Whiteside Jeri Wilhite FHA 2, FFA 2, 3, 4, Rodeo Club 3, 4, Duchess 4. Carolyn Williams HECE 3, 4, member HERO FHA 4. John Wilson Football 2, 3, 4. Terry Witcher Football 1, 2, AG 1, 2, Industrial Coop 3, 4. Deastra Woodson Judy Woodward Ron Wright Nora Yoritate FHA 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Historians 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Drill Team 4, Science Club 4, golf team 4. Sarah York Art club 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, FFA typist 4. James Young Book N editor Pam ,lurney presented a letter and flowers to Mrs. Geraldine Brown at the annual awards assembly notifying her that the 1976 Book N had been dedicated to her. 2 2 This page is dedicated in memory of NHS junior Sheryl Biggs 1975-1976 SENIOR CLASS SONG "Times of Your Lifen Words by BILL LANE Good morning yesterday, You wake up and time has slipped away, And suddenly its hard to find ... the memories you left behind ... remember. Do you remember... the laughter and the tears, The shadows of misty yester-years? The good times and the bad you've seen -1 and all the others in between .T remember? D0 you remember the times of your life? 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