Nacogdoches High School - Book N Yearbook (Nacogdoches, TX)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1983 volume:
'82-'83 A Record Year
Nacogdoches High School
4310 Appleby Sand Road
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
1. Amber Brannen was in early preparation for
the game at Texas Stadium, 2. Billy Ballow,
John Fleming and Andy Walker seem to
thoroughly enjoy Mr, Beasley's class. 3. On
Kiddy Day students were allowed to revert back
to their childhood days, 4, Sherry Deckard shows
her unique form at a Lady Dragon volleyball
game, 5. Senior Patricia Fuller intensely studies
her assignment. 6. Ms. Ash casually poises for
the camera. 7. Disection is one of the more grue-
some tasks in Biology as Dwayne Husband is dis'
covering. 8, Faye Walker gives us a mischevious
grin. 9, Greg Hinkley and Eddie Klein exibit
their offensive tactics against a Lufkin defender.
10. Lee Brewer flashes us his "ultra-britem smile.
11. Coach Frankie and Hubert Douglas are
discussing a play.
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1. Coach McCarty praises senior Clayton
Shoemaker for an exceptional play. 2. Angela
Williams smiles as if she is on candid camera. 3,
Sabra McCarty seems to be enjoying herself at
the Astrodome. 4, Chad Holt receives a birthday
surprise from a Playboy bunny during Coach
Frankie's class. 5. Missy Foster and Carlene
Thompson watch attentively as Mrs. Smith ex-
plains a drill team routine. 6. Michael Robertson
sees Ag class from a different perspective. 7.
Donnie Miller gives a look of disgust during his
P.E. class. 8. Michael Fore exemplifies a typical
NHS student, 9. Freshmen hear no evil, see no
evil, and speak no evil,
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1, Punk Rock Day starts off the week of
activities. Roller skates serve as transportation
for sophomore Julie Faire. 2. Cheerleaders
Lynne Maynard and Marion Arscott relax before
the game. 3. Duchesses Laurie Bizzell, Kelley
Rayne, Dovie Biggerstaff, and Ann Braselton
pose for their last Homecoming game at Nl-l.S.
4, Andraly Horn, as the "Mad Hatter" on Hat
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1. Senior Laurie Bizzell and her date appear to
be enjoying a slow song. 2. Stepping out on the
two-step are junior Rhonda Franks and her date.
3. Alison Rowley with Mark Sowell, and Rusty
Harris with Adaire Hallman dance the night
away. 4. Last chance for the last dance. 5. Jack
Nelson and Donna Thompson finish the Hrun
through" sign for the game.
Golden Dragons enter pla offs for
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1. Drill team, flag corps, and twirlers perform a
novelty routine to "Wabash Cannonball." 2.
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1. The entire town of Nacogcloches turns out for
the TST game in which we smeared Temple! 2,
One of the many Dragon fan vans leaving the
parking lot. 3. Mrs, Hagood takes a snooze on
the way to the Astrodome. 4, Hubert Douglas
breaks away from the Wildcats for another TD.
"Have you heard about Erica and
Opal's fight over Tom?"
"No, what happened?"
Conversations like these are com-
monly heard in the halls of NHS.
Teachers and students alike watch
America's daytime drama favorite, "All
My Childrenw, whenever they have the
chance. HAH My Children" and shows
similar to it are watched everyday by
Americans all across the nation. Com-
monly called "soapsl', they have been
pictured as the housewife's best friend
for years, but recently these shows
have become a favorite of all.
When asked why they watch soap
operas, some students replied that it
was a chance to escape their own
problems. Other students just enjoy the
scandal and deception of these shows.
1. Carrie has felt threatened by Chuck's relation-
ship with Donna ever since they were married,
2. Chuck and Donna in happier times. Will they
get back together again? 3, Steve and Nina have
the 'ihotsn for each other. Will their relationship
last? 4. Laurence Lau plays sexy Greg Nelson.
Jenny and him are back together but Lisa is still
trying to drive them apart.
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Have you ever heard the saying, "A
picture says a thousand words.,'? Well,
the same is true for the vehicle that a
person drives. At NHS a variety of
personalities can be seen by looking at
the cars and trucks driven by the stu-
dents. Camaros, Monte Carlos, Toyota,
Datsuns and the like are just a few of
the different car models that are seen
in the NHS parking lot.
Cars are almost every student's
pride and joy. On sunny days students
can be seen at the local car washes
giving their cars a bath. These industri-
ous kids spend hours polishing and
priming their vehicles. They spend
large amounts of money on accessories
to enhance the appearance of their
Besides making you look good, a
sharp car has other purposes. Trans-
portation, dates, cruising, drive-in mov-
ies, and parking are just a few of the
pleasures a car affords.
l. Amber Brannen's Fiat Spider is a familiar
sight in the NHS parking lot. 2. Carma Johnson
shows off her Volkswagen Rabbit for the photog-
rapher, 3. While sitting on her 1983 Monte
Carlo, Ann Braselton smiles for the camera. 4.
Janet Martin's HRed Streak" can be seen every-
day at NHS. 5. Amy Coughlin's Dodge Omni is
one of the many types of cars driven by students
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1. Destiny McMahn gives one of her famous hap-
py faces. 2. Billy Ballow, John Fleming, and
Andy Walker clown around in Chemistry class.
3, Someone caught Kathy Ballow off guard! 4.
This is not Cosmetology! 5, Susan Hines and
Amber Brannen seem to be happy about some
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1. Mark Abbott enjoys one of the sunny days
during a break. 2. Senior, Jason Moore, tries on
his cap for graduation. 3. A Nacogdoches girl
breaks away in one of the track meets, 4. Perri
Ann Skipper thinks about the one week of school
left, 5. Amy Harkrider hits a grand slam.
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Dating was a major activity for most
NHS students. There were often
complications that went along with
dating such as finding a date, getting
the car, and making it home for a cur-
few. All of us, at one time or another,
have experienced being grounded for
one reason or another. The less fortu-
nate would wake up the morning after
a hot date to hear their parents say,
"You're grounded for life!" But there
was a lot of good that comes out of
dating as well. It's great to look back
on your true loves and all the wild
dates you experienced in high school.
All of us have to admit that dating was
1. Terry Kegler shares a brief moment between
classes with his sweetie, Joanne Walker. 2. That
look on David Brandon's face could mean that
Tiffany Smith said uyes" to a date. 3. Margie
Griffis and Stan Warren discuss each other's
plans for the coming weekend.
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The Dating Game
do's and don'ts
Go parking but. . .
Pull out a chair, or ope
Dine at Rossini's
Shave, and brush teeth
Take a Binaca blast
Have a great time
n a door
Do too much
Order a thick-n-chewy pizza
Let the girl pay
Go to an X-rated movie
Wear tons of lipstick
Smoke before kissing
Over do it
Blow your nose
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Something suddenly came up
You might want to ask my boyfriend.
Can we take my little brother?
"Get the Signal"
I can't date peons.
Could you get a table for three?
l'm not into S 8a M.
l'm babysitting for the next three
Check again, Bud!
Our wardrobes clash.
Only if there is a chaperone.
Did you ever have two dates for the
same night, or you just didn't know
how to break it to them softly that you
just weren't interested? Well, if you an-
swered "yes" to either one, often the
best way was to say "no", but that
isn't always the easiest. Next time the
situation arises, let them down easy
with one lor alll of the "Something
suddenly came up's." Good luck!
1. Some boys will try anything, such as exposing
their legs, to get a date, as senior Mike Jeffrey
demonstrates. 2. The L'Something Suddenly
Came Up" list would have come in handy for jus
nior Catherine Fenci as senior Ben Williams
presses for a date. Poor Catherine!
Fashions and fads appear at NHS
1. Many of the girls at NHS spent many hours a
week shopping for clothes. Ann Braselton finds a
dress for the senior formal. 2, Vans were a very
"in" fad for both boys and girls. Students got
the idea from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".
3. Junior Amy Caughlin and sophomore Stacey
Smith try out their vans on a van! Awesome
Amy and i'Spacey"llll
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1. Boys continue to wear the baseball caps with
various logos, 2, Becky Jefus models the western
look. 3. From one extreme to another are seniors
Myra Allen and Kelley Rayne. 4, Juniors Sally
Reese and Hatti Sherrill are often seen in their
splash painted shirts,
Jobs are increasingly important to
NHS students. Students are introduced
to the world of work for a variety of
reasons. Some work out of necessity,
others work in order to pay for
recreation. Students work after school
and on weekends in many areas of the
1. Tracy Lewis straightens a rack of pants at
Wiener's. 2. Tyrone Curl carries groceries to
cars at Brookshire! South. 3. Kim Cooper is a
checker at Brookshire's.
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1, Janet Tindall goes over the records at
Stripling's Drug Store. 2, Gary Wink and his co-
worker check groceries at Krogervs. 3. Rodney
Chatman does various jobs working at
Stephen Mitchell-Valedictorian Kim Luna-Co-Salutatorian Perri Ann Skipper-Co-Salutatoria
287 NHS seniors graduate at Coliseum
Friday, May 27, marked the culmina-
tion of 13 years of education for 287
members of the NHS class of 1983. Com-
mencement exercises were held in the
SFASU Coliseum beginning at 8 p.m.
The processional, "Pomp and Circum-
stance," played by the NHS Band, was
followed by the invocation, given by Sher-
ry Starr, treasurer of the class. Then
Daryl Caldwell, class parliamentarian,
read the scripture.
Joe Still, class president, welcomed the
families, friends and teachers to the cere-
mony. Then, co-salutatorians, Kim Luna
and Perri Ann Skipper lalso class secre-
taryl, addressed the group. The featured
speaker was introduced by Janet Tindall,
Steve McCarty, athletic director at
NISD, spoke to the class about "The Un-
common Leader,', stating that one must
do more than is expected of him in order
to succeed in society of 1983.
The class motto, "We've Only Just Be-
gun," was expressed in song by the Note-
Ables, under the direction of Mrs.
Barbara Reid, music teacher at NHS.
Stephen Mitchell, valedictorian, then pre-
sented his address, followed by the pre-
sentation of the class by Johnnie Walker,
Dr. Malcom Rector and the school
board presented diplomas to the
graduating class to the delight of many
cheering family members and friends. In
return, some class members presented Dr.
Rector with marbles hidden in their palms
as he shook their hands.
Benediction was given by Teresa
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Sparks, class reporter, and the final thing
the group experienced together as a class
was their song, t'Where Have All the
Good Times Gone," by Van Halen.
The top ten graduating seniors were:
Stephen Mitchell, Kim LunafPerri Ann
Skipper, Janet Walton, Neil Fuchs, Alison
Rowley, Patricia Huckaby, Clayton Shoe-
maker, Joe Still and Dovie Biggerstaff.
Honor graduates were: Mark Abbott,
Kathy Ballow, Laurie Bizzell, Harry
Burkett, Nancy Dollar, Marjorie Griff
Melissa Jordan, Russ Langford, Mike IV
Clellan, Stephen Rasmussen, Kelli
Rayne, BeLynda Smith, Teresa Sparl
Janie Stanaland, Stephanie Teal, Bill T4
ry, Janet Tindall, Steven Tinsley, az
Class colors were black and gold, a:
the flower chosen by the seniors was t
llracing pagel The Class of 1983 stands as
members prepare for commencement.
1. Coach Steve McCarty speaks about "The Un-
common Leadern to the group,
2. Principal Johnnie Walker presents the class to
NISD superintendent, Dr. Malcom Rector.
3. Note-Ables entertain the group with a song.
4. Graduates listen to speakers as they plan
activities which follow graduation,
rt Club active in many areas
How would you like to be Mona
Lisa's face in a photograph? The Art
Club at NHS gave people the chance
to have their pictures taken with fam-
ous backgrounds at the Halloween Car-
nival at the University Mall. This
"photo-art" was a creation of well-
known art, except there was a cut-out
where the subject would place his own
Other activities included a bake sale
and the annual sale of Art Club Calen-
dars. The group heard talks by local
merchants and artists at their regularly
Lisa Looney was elected home-
coming duchessg she was also elected
secretary of the club.
Club sponsors were art teachers
Charles Reid, Larry Costello and Mrs.
1. Members of Art Club are: ttront rowl Terry
Jones, Sharon Cage, Emily Rodewald. Top row:
Kevin Tarver, Mrs. Victoria Youngblood, Anya
Youngblood, Tim Reid and Paula Eaton. 2. Spon-
sors Charles Reid and Larry Costello plan a
project for the club.
Club photographer Olaf Steinert, exchange student
from Germany, takes pictures at a local football
Club Officers are Terry Jones, presidentg Melanie
Packard, vice-presidentg Matt Honea, photographerg
and Kevin Tarver, reporter.
Art Club members assemble at an early meeting.
FCA applies Christian sportsmanship
1. FCA sponsor Coach Tony Frankie oversees a
meeting of the group.
2. FCA members are, Front row: Keith Nelson,
Keith Downs, Jeff Holder Second Row: Jayton
Jenkins, Billy Ballow, Thomas Cooper, Ronnie
Johnson, and Jason Liles. Third Row, Earnest
Simpson, Shag Mathews, David Shoemaker,
James Wiley, and Scott DiNucci,
The fellowship of Christian athletes
is an organization designed to face
games with a positive Christian atti-
tude. As they participate in various
athletics, the FCA stresses good
FCA is a national organization
holding national conferences for
members. During the year, the FCA
has grown in leadership, and also
strenghthened their spiritual lives.
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One of the events sponsored by the
Girls' FCA is the annual powder-puff
football game. This game consists of
senior girls playing football against ju-
nior girls, with the boys acting as
cheerleaders. The group is sponsored
by Miss Jane Jackson.
Girls' FCA continues tradition
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FFA continues tradition of success
Organized in November of 1928, the
FFA is a nation-wide group of students
in vocational agriculturefagribusiness in
The Nacogdoches FFA attends con-
ventions at the area, district, state and
national levels. They also attend area,
district and state level leadership con-
The Future Farmers of America has
been very active this year. The first
goal of FFA is the development of agri-
cultural leadership, cooperation and
citizenship. The motto of the organiza-
tion is: Learning to dog doing to learng
earning to liveg living to serve. The col-
ors of FFA are national blue and corn
Sponsors of NHS' Future Farmers of America
are Miss Toni Desjarlais, Roy Mills, Larry Poe
and Knot picturedl Fred Burrell.
Officers for 1982-83 are: James Prince, secre-
tary, Miles Bradshaw, president, Pam Fore, senti-
nel, Dee Stripling, chaplain, Kathy Bates, vice-
presidentg Wayne Roberson, treasurer, Bill Jones,
reporter, Harry Burkett, second vice-president,
and Richard Gardner.
FHA sr. enjoys a busy school year
Future Homemakers of America
Senior is a club, organized for the stu-
dents who wish to learn more about
cooking, sewing, and anything else that
it takes to have a successful home.
FHA advisers are Carolyn King, Mary
Spradley, and Jeannie Summers.
1. Kim Luna, Nacogdoches Senior, served as the
1982-83 President of the Texas Association of
Future Homemakers of America, a 63,000 mem-
ber organization, 2, FHA Sr. club members are,
back row-Vanessa Thorn, Jerri Griffen,
Suannah Ramsey, Carma Johnsong front row-
Diane Simms, Rhonda Franks, Jeana Stanaland.
3. Advisers: Jeaanie Summers, Carolyn King,
and Mary Spradley.
Junior FHA brings promise
to young ladies at NHS
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Under the guiding leadership of their ues of the home and family as they The junior officers are Ellen Graves, Nita Wil-
Carolyn King Mary Spraclley Jeannie Summers
sponsors, the Junior FHA strives to apply to contemporary society. Hams' MMV Bell' Kim Luna lslate FFA Presi'
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instill in its members the traditional val-
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HERO, standing for Home Economic related field, students may choose
Related Occupations, is a co-op fields such as child care, food service,
program open to all interested stu- alternating, and home management.
dents. Working in a Home Economic Grades are determined by how well
each one handles his or her job. The
day to day schedule consists of one
half of regular school courses split with
the other half of work.
FTA asks, "Wh not teach?"
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Mrs. Becki Medley
Future Teachers is a club organized
to interest young people in teaching as
a career. The club provides exper-
iences to develop the qualities and ap-
titudes basic to successful teaching.
The activities the club planned this
year were a slumber party, observation
day at a local elementary school, and
a field trip to a major university. The
club had regular monthly meetings the
3rd Monday of each month at 7:00
p.m. The club has been in existance
for at least 30 yrs. A former sponsor
of FTA is Mrs. Verna Lee. She was
honored by the state for 25 years as
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French Club serves language with a
The French Club's purpose is to
promote and understand the French
culture better. Members participate an-
Jaye Jean Stewart
Officers for 1982-1983 are: Mary Kennemer,
presidentg Marion Arscott, vice-presidentg Martha
Askins, secretaryg Bryan Davis, treasurerg and
Mark Mueller, photographerfhistorian.
nually in the French ProsefPoetry
contest at SFA, and tbey enter the Na-
tional French Test at the college.
Activities the club member participated
in were a wiener-roast, an Epiphany
dinner and an end-of-year trip. Spon-
sors are Mrs. Jaye Jean Stewart and
Mrs. Roberta Jefferies.
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Junior historians learn about history
Junior historians is an organization
which strives to learn about historic
places in Nacogdoches, as they endeav-
or to preserve the traditions of the
past. Club members sold stuffed
animals to raise funds. Teresa Sparks,
Homecoming Duchess, was elected
1, Teresa Sparks represents the club as
Homecoming queen. 2. 198283 Officers are
Sanford Stein, parliamentarian. Johnny Carter,
projects chairman, Tyrone Curl, president, and
Carma Johnson, treasurer, 3, Members are Mrs,
Dorthy Warren, sponsor, Mandy Bozeman, Tere-
sa Sparks, Andre' Warren, Sherry Star, Brad
Warren, Tricia Huckaby, Sanford Stein, and
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Science Club studies
Science Club promotes an interest in
the wonders and beauties of nature for
members of the club and the communi-
ty. Group activities during 1982-1983
included a trip to the SFA Observa-
tory, a trip to the electron microscopy
lab, and a trip to the Marine Education
Symposium at Texas A8zM. Sponsors
of the club are John Mallory and
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ational Honor Society shows academics
The National Honor Society
recognizes outstanding scholarship,
leadership, character, and service. This
prestigious organization honors students
who maintain an average of 90 or
above. The club has had a bake sale,
made clothing contributions to the
Women's Shelter of Texas, had a
Tapping Ceremony on March 31, and
also had a luncheon on May 3 for the
new members. The National Honor
Society plans to accomplish many goals
to improve the club.
1. Members of the Honor Society are: Front row:
Dovie Biggerstaff, Steven Mitchell, Janet Tindall,
Perri Ann Skipper, BeLynda Smith, and Russ
Langford. Back row: Mark Abbott, Mike McClel-
lan, Nancy Dollar, Neil Fuchs, Alison Rowley,
Clayton Shoemaker, Tricia Huckaby, Teresa
Sparks, Steve Rasmussen, Stephanie Teal, Bill
Terry, and Janet Martin. 2, The Tapping Cere-
mony inducts new members into the National
Honor Society. 3. Janet takes a break from the
club meeting to pose for a quick picture, Honor
Society meets the first Tuesday of each month at
7:45 a.m. 4. The club sponsors are Mrs. Jane
Halls and Mrs, Bettie Griffin,
ln 1925 the first Key Club was
founded in Sacramento, California. The
founders of this first Key Club had a
dream of a high school organization of-
fering volunteer assistance to the
school, community, and church. It is
this belief that formulates the Key Club
motto "Caring, Our Way of Life."
For the ninth year in a row the
Nacogoches Key Club was selected the
number one Key Club in the Texas-
Oklahoma District. They have devoted
thousands of hours of volunteer service
to such organizations as the March of
Dimes, American Cancer Society, and
the United Way.
President Vice President
Joe Still Clayton Shoemaker
Tom Harris Brad McWhorter
Key Club Seniors
Key Club Juniors
Key Club Sophomores
Key Club Freshmen
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1. Key Club members Brad McWhorter, and
Mike Adams prepare to take food-filled easter
baskets to the homes of the needy. 2. Andy
Walker served as Lt, governor for 1982-83. 3.
Richard Ballenger, sponsor, 4. Sweethearts
include Karolyn Simmons, Myra Allen, Catherine
Fanci, Angie Ward, Mary Fish, Amber Brannen,
and Terry Layton.
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NASC Texas State
The NHS Student Council had the
honor of being elected NASC Texas
State President for 1982-83. They
achieved this position by going to state
convention in the spring of 1982 and
campaigning. At the convention, the
NHS Student Council was elected
without a run-off to the position of
president. BeLynda Smith, NHS
Student Council president, was chosen
by NHS to be the student representa-
tive for NHS Student Council.
In addition to being state president,
the NHS Student Council was active
on campus. The sponsored such
activities as the Homecoming Dance,
Homecoming Queen elections, various
other dances, Punk Rock Day, Western
Day, Dress-up Day, and Kiddy Day.
"NHS in the News" was another
successful project. This involved
posting all the pictures of NHS stu-
dents that had been in the paper. Kyle
Doss was in charge of this project. The
"Brick Wall" was another activity. On
one of the walls in the hallway,
individual and group accomplishments
were recognized on a "brick", This
Hbrickl' was then added to the "brick
wall". Janet Walton was responsible
for the l'Brick Walln.
The Executive Board was a new ad-
dition to the student council. This was
a group of students whose purpose
was to help the officers and to achieve
more student involvement. They were
given such duties as ribbon sales,
program sales, teacher appreciation,
and other such activities.
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50,5 Day. 2, Sanford Stein gets in to the western
swing of things on Western Day, 3. Becky Jeffus
shows off her western attire on Western Day. 4,
Student Council officers are: Front row: Belynda
Smith, presidentg Tyrone Curl, vice-presidentg
Temple Thomas, secretaryg Catherine Fenci,
treasurer. Executive Board members are: Back
row: Sanford Stein, parliamentariang Kyle Doss,
reporter: Perri Ann Skipper. corresponding secre-
taryg Amy Harkrider, historian: Marty Matchett,
chaplaing Janet Walton, teacher appreciatiorif-
spirit committee chairman. 5. Perri Ann Skipper
and Bel.ynda Smith work hard during student
council class. 6. Temple Thomas files various
documents for Mrs. Brown. 7. Claudette Brown
is the NHS Student Council sponsor.
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1, Lori Weems decides to have a second
childhood on Kiddy Day. 2, Kyle Doss posts pic-
tures for "NHS in the News", 3. Janet Walton is
in charge of the "Brick Wall". 4. On 50's Day,
Carma Johnson poses for the camera. 5. Senior
representatives are: Front row: Sherry Starr,
Perri Ann Skipper, Teresa Sparks. Laurie Bizzell,
Janet Tindall, Carma Johnson, and Sharon
Smith. Back row: Joe Still, Kyle Doss, and
Suannah Ramsey. 6. Junior representatives are:
Kneeling: Jenny Jeffrey, and Jackie Briley.
Standing: Amy Harkrider. Angid Ward, Suzanne
Rogers. Catherine Fenci, Marion Arscott, Mandy
Bozeman, Candi Cain, and Larissa Bilan. 7. Ms.
Elaine Sellers, Journalism teacher, dresses up for
Pan m communicates in Espanol
Pan Am is an organization interested
in the history and cultures of Hispanic
people. The study of language is ex-
tremely important if one is to
understand other cultures. Throughout
the year Pan Am has sold candy as a
fund raising project. The club made a
spirit sign for the Houston football
game, spirit scaks filled with candy for
the football players, visited the nursing
home and children's ward at Memorial
hospital, and took a fun trip to
Astroworld. The club had many
parties, such as Thanksgiving, Christ-
mas, Valentine's, and an end of the
year party. Pan Am meets twice a
month on Tuesday evenings. To be eli-
gible for Pan Am, a student must be
enrolled in Spanish or already complet-
ed Spanish I.
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1. The members are lfrontl: Mandy Bozeman,
Temple Thomas, Sara Holland, Kathy Johnson,
Holly Sellers, Christy Reid. Second row: Donna
Fisher, Leigh Rayne, Catherine Fenci. Kelley
Rayne, Bill Jones, Top: Matt Jones, Marci
Theriault, Monica Cortes, Carma Johnson, Lori
Austin, Jay Bourbon, Sharon, Marie Wood, Paula
Pittamn, Horatio Cortes, and sponsor Mrs. Wan-
da Watkins. 2. Officers are: Monica Cortes-Re
porter, Donna Fisher-Historian. Leigh Rayne'
Treasurer, Catherine Fenci-Vice President,
Kelley Rayne-President, Terri Brown-Secre
tary, and Bill JonesvParliamentarian. 3. Kelley
Rayne is Pan Am's club duchess.
NHS Pep Squad encourages victory
The 1982-1983 Pep Squad, under
the guidance of Mrs. Constance
Culbreath and Mrs. Karoline Ayres, at-
tended all home games and out-of-town
games to give the players their own
brand of enthusiasm. Officers were:
Becky Jeffres, Major, Kim Cooper,
Captaing Denise Douglass, Captain, and
Alberta Banks. Cantain.
Thespians star at the top
Thespians is an honorary organiza-
tion in which the students at NHS
worked hard to achieve goals in
presenting their productions. The plays
they presented, such as 'AAlice in
Wonderlandf, '4My Fair Lady," and
their UII. one act play, "The Turning
Point," combined their creativity, artis-
tic, and musical skills to have produced
a successful year.
Eight Thespians traveled to New
York in March, where they saw
Broadway plays and went sightseeing.
Fundraising projects, such as selling M
8: M's and raking leaves helped fund
Thespian Troupe 3198 practices and
upholds the standards of the
International Thespians Society. Presi-
dent for the 82-83 year was Ken Mor-
ris. Other officers were: Andraly Horn
vice'presidentg Belynda Smith, secre-
taryg Michael Robertson, treasurer'
points secretary, Sharon Musselwhite.
Sponsor is Mrs. Jody Worsham.
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alive at NHS
Scribblers encourage writing talent
Instead of publishing Charisma,
literary magazine, this year's Scribbh
chose to print books of poetry writi
by individual members.
Scribblers members are: Mrs. Connie Hawk
co-sponsorg Cheryl Toracinta, Cara Oberlechr
Melissa Sowell, Paula Eaton, Jay Bourbon, .
Gene Tomlin, covsponsor. f
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Dovie Biggerstaff Ann Braselton Elaine Sellers
Quill and Scroll seeks to encourage individual initiative in
high school journalism, creative writing and allied fields and
to recognize and reward the individual achievements of stu-
dents engaged in journalistic activity.
The students who join the local chapter of Quill and Scroll
have displayed integrity over and above what is expected of
them. Each of these students has honored his or her
commitment to the publication by returning to the school and
working long hours, even after graduation. These students are
to be celebrated for their dedication and sense of responsibil-
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Forensic League strives to achieve goals
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sic League, guided by Mrs. Glenda
White, encourages its members in the
game of competition. Students learn to
stretch individual speaking skills as well
as combine skills into a team effort.
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NHS recognized and welcomed Shut-
terbugs to a second year as a club.
Shutterbugs is a special club for
photographers. The club is sponsored
by Mr. Charles Reid and Mrs. Elaine
Sellers. Any student interested in pho-
tography is eligible to join. Members
tions and met
Members are: Back
ert Ford, Mr. Reid,
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row: Dovie Biggerstatt, Rob-
Mark Mueller, Janet Martin,
and Mrs. Sellers. Front row:
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Williams, Vanessa Mekeel, and Cherly Toracinta.
2. Ann Braselton was Shutterbugs club duchess.
Her father, Forrest Braselton, was her escort. 3.
Mrs. Sellers always had time to say, "What-
ever!" When she attended the meetings, Mrs.
Sellers was quick to give advice. She always
found time to pose for a picture. 4. Janet Martin
always added humor to the meetings. She is vice
president of Shutterbugs.
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Rodeo Club continues
This club, which has been in exis-
tence for six years, attempts to instill
in its members a closer relationship
among people with common interests.
Some activities they were involved in
were a barbecue, a raffle, and a
dance. All members of the local
chapter are members of the East Tex-
as High School Rodeo Association.
Club sponsor is Miss Charmaine
1982-1983 Officers are: Donnie Miller, presidentg
Robin Roberts, vice-president, Kathy Russell, sec-
retary, Lynette Box, treasurer, Leland Bradshaw,
parliamentarian, and Kathy Bates, reporter,
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School Board administers N.l.S.D.
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The school board, superintendent,
and business manager are responsible
for running the entire Nacgodoches In-
dependent School District. They make
the decisions which affect all high
1. School Board members are Joe Johnson, busi-
ness manager, Beth Allred, secretary, James
Raney, Dr. Richard Voigtel, Mrs. Amelia
Johnson, Mrs. Irene Armsworth, board president,
Dr. Malcom Rector, superintendent, Dr. Jim
DiNucci, Dr. Charlene Crocker, CL. Simon, as-
sistant superintendent. Not pictured is Mrs.
Kathryn Robertson. 2. Mr. Cl.. Simon listens at-
tentively at a board meeting. 3. Dr. Malcom Rec-
tor explains the summer education at a N,l.S.D.
This year a new principal came to
Nacogdoches High School. The arrival of
Johnnie Walker brought about some
changes. He has strived to raise the stan-
dards of Nacogdoches High School. Mr.
Warren and Mr. Pool have had many
years of experience in their positions and
worked beside Mr. Walker for a more
successful school year.
1. Mr. Pool raises and shows Arabian horses. 2. Mr.
Warren is also a basketball referee. 3. Mr. Walker is
speaking to the parents of the incoming freshman. 4.
Mr. Johnnie Walker 5. Mr. Eli Pool 6. Mr, Percell
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In addition to teaching classes to stu-
dents with hearing difficulties, the Deaf
Ed program offers signing classes to all
students. The instructor is Mrs. Holly
Anson, and director of the district
program is Miss Carlene Carl.
EH Ag and Homemaking classes
teach practical job skills.
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succeed in the world of work. The
teachers are Carlton Harris, Johnny
Oliver, and Mrs. Gloria Bennett
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HOSA students explore medical fields
1. Members of HOSA are: First Row-Angela
Davis, Paula Copeland, Anita Landrum, Donna
Thompson, Libby Johnson, Melissa Sowell. Sec-
ond Row-Lynn Frederick, Mitch Garrett, Pam
Culbreath, Serinda Curl, Tracy Bauch, Dawne
Berry. Otis Tutt, Jennifer Burch. 2. HOSA Club
officers are: Melissa Sowell. reporter. Donna
Thompson, treasurer, Patricia Fuller, Historian,
Mitch Garrett, Vice president, Kathy Ballow,
president, Renee Mize, Secretary, Tracy Bauch,
Sentinel, Libby Johnson, Parlimentarian. 3. Mrs.
Diane Proctor is the classroom and sponsor of
Efficiency prevails in Office Education Association class
OEA is designed to prepare high
school students to enter gainful
employment upon completion. Students
obtain knowledge, skills and attitudes
conducive to success in the business
world. Club sponsor is Mrs. Willie
Distributive Education studies the world of work
Club sponsors are Mrs. Jane Ann Kendrick and
Mrs. Elizabeth Barrios
Club officers are Reba Murphey, parliamentariang
Cindi Johnson, reporterg Lisa Looney, treasurerg
Kathy Russell, vice-presiclentg Terry Smelley,
presidentg and Mike McClellan, sergeant-atrarms.
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The Nacogdoches High School chapter of DECA felt
a painful loss at the untimely death of senior Saundra
Allen. Saundra was well-known for her quick smile,
her even temperament and her positive attitude. She
was a good student and a conscientious worker.
Saundra worked as a cashier at Brookshire's on
South Street for two years. There she built her
reputation as a friendly, helpful person who always
had time for others.
She was active in DECA her junior and senior
years, placing in the food marketing competition. She
served as club chaplain in the 11th grade.
Saundra was selected "Miss DECA" in 1983, which
marks the year of the first annual Saundra Allen
Scholarship. Her sponsors and fellow club members
shall miss her.
Cosemetology cuts It s way through
The cosmetology class, tought by
Mrs. Lille Kee, teaches young girls the
techniques of cutting and caring for
hair. It also gives the girls some practi-
cal experience in dressing hair. On
Thursday afternoons the more exper-
ienced students opened shop to cus-
tomers to cut and dress hair. The
experience and practical work helps
many girls to advance and find jobs in
Cosmetology in the future.
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VICA-ICT involves students in the
world of work, while it teaches them A
high standards of workmanship, schol-
arship, trade ethics and safety. Club f
activities include a fund-raising fruit
sale and an end-of-year VICA banquet. Ilz- I s
Ken Langford is sponsor of the group.
Students learn practical skills in uto
echanics I and ll
Auto Mechanics, directed by James
Kee, teaches students the basic
principles and functions of the parts of
the automobile and the correct and
safe way to use tools and equipment.
Students learn procedure of repair
work and auto safety.
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This year the students in the Build-
ing Trades class built from the ground
up a house on Hollyberry street. The
class began preliminary plans in Sept
tember. The next few months the class
laid out the foundation and the frame
of the house. Throughout the year the
class built the outside of the house
leaving the interior decorating to the
homemaking classes. Next year holds
more promise for another building and
more experiences for the students whc
participate in the building of the house.
Concert Choir learns fundamentals
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l. Members of Concert Choir are: First Row:
Barbara Reid. conductor, Sharon Miller, Kelly
Prince, Stacy Prince, Diana Woodson, John
Provan, Melissa Runnels, Bethan Hand, Dena
Haney. Second Row: John Martin lstudent
teacherl, Angela Bentley, Susannah Bean, Krista
Johnson, Letrecia Campbell, Leroy Diamond,
Aundre Howard, Casey Harlowe, Karen Horton.
Third Row: Kelly McArthur, Denise Douglass,
Holly Logan, Amy Castelberry, James Potter,
Jeffery Evans, Mark Nichols, Sherry Hardy, 2.
Concert Choir All-Region Choir winners are: First
Row: Casey Harlowe, Sherry Hardy, Melissa
Runnels. Second Row: James Potter, Mark
Nichols, Jeffery Evans, Aundre Howard.
Chorale wins sweepstakes
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1. Members of the NHS Chorale are: Front Row:
Laurie Stone, Carolyn Loveland, Ella Brewer,
Shari Watterston. Second Row: Robyn Langford,
Karen Reeves, Cindi Cox, Sabra McCarty, Brad
McWhorter, Janie Stanaland, Karolyn Simmons,
Kathryn Voigtel, Anya Youngblood. Third Row:
Vickie Patton, Cassandra Stewart, Marty
Matchett, Julie Fare, Sheri Adams, Sonya
Lathon, Valerie Webster. Sykethia McAlister,
Vicki Barr. Lucy Hayes, Teresa Schoenrock,
Connie Burnell, Vicki Farmer, Lynne Maynard,
Barbara Reid. Fourth Row: Joey Williams, Russ
Langford, Fred Shepard, George Cooper. Pat
Anderson, Daniel Stewart, Ken Morris, Jack Nel-
son, Dennis Walton, Wayne Faires, Mike Pitts. 2,
Chorale Officers and Mrs, Reid display Sweep-
stakes trophies. Sabra McCarty V--Secretary, Ja-
nie Stanaland-Vice President, Barbara Reid -
conductor. Brad McWhorter-Treasurer, Karolyn
Simmons-President, Cindi Cox-Historian. 3.
Mrs, Barbara Reid is the conductor of the NHS
ote-Ables apply skills
1. Members of Note-Ables are Barbara Reid,
conductor, Vicki Farmer, Fred Shepard, Anya
Youngblood. Cindi Cox, Nero Foster, Cassandra
Stewart, Joey Williams, Lucy Hayes 2, Nero Fos-
ter accompanies the group on the drums. 3.
Members of Note-Ables rehearse.
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When school ended in May, work
was just beginning for the 1982-83
Drill Team. In June, these 46 young
ladies worked for one week from 8-10
a.m. to prepare for camp. They at-
tended camp at SMU in Dallas and
learned a variety of routines including
prop, kick, jazz, and grandstand. They
returned home with the Spirit Pom.
This is an award given to the most
well behaved and courteous group of
girls. During the month of August, the
Dragonettes prepared for another pre-
football performance. The Dixie Major
and Dixie Boys Baseball World Series
was held at Pete Smith Baseball
Complex here in Nacogdoches. The
Dragonettes performed at the opening
banquet and at the opening night
Football season brought on more
work. Everyday during sixth period and
after school, the drill team could be
seen in the auxilary gym working on
routines for the football games and pep
rallies. All of this work pays off in the
long run, though. When the
Dragonettes step out on the field, their
hard work is exhibited. Heather
Thorton, Sophomore member, said,
"All the hard work is worth it when
you hear the crowd and everyone com-
pliments you." This seems to be the
attitude of every Dragonette.
1, The 1982-83 Dragonettes are: first row:
Karolyn Simmons, captain, Perri Ann Skipper,
vice-major, Wendi Watterston, major, Kathy
Ballow, captain, Sharon Smith, captain. Second
row: Johanna Graves, Natalie Cates, Destiny
McMahon, Jane Ann Shinn, Julie Fare, Deidre
Treadwell, Jennifer Dunn, Sabra McCarty,
Tammy Humphreys, Third row: Lara Johnson,
Carlene Thompson, Shannon Owen, Tammy
Stanaland, Suzanne Rogers, Angie Ward, Melissa
Bell, Julie Rainey, Lias Hamilton, Amber
Brannen, Mary Fish, Janet Walton. Fourth row:
Catherine Fenci, Dovie Biggerstaff, Heather
Thorton, Stacy Smith, Heather Hensarling,
Adaire Hallman, Jenny Powers, Sonja Starr,
Eyvette Phillips, Jeri Griffin, Sallie Reese, Hattie
Sherrill, Rhonda Pritchard, Missy Foster, Teresa
Sparks, Candi Cain. Not pictured: Desiree
Golson, Rhonda Martin, Beth Schultz, 2. Jeri
Griffin shows her elation for the Dragons' accom-
plishments. 3. Heather Thorton enjoys watching
Dragon football. 4. Shannon Owen and Destiny
McMahon take a break during drill team prac-
tice, 5. Melissa Bell gives the camera a grin at
Drill Team sets high goals.
1. The Superstar members for 1982-83: First
row: Amber Brannen, Candi Cain, and Sabra
McCarty. Second row: Angie Ward and Janet
Walton. Third row: Rhonda Pritchard and Missy
Foster. Not Pictured: Desiree Golson, Beth
Schultz, and Eyvette Phillips. 2. The Dragonette
Drill Team performs a kick dance to
"Centerfold" during halftime. 3. Officers for
1982-83: Front row: Wendi Watterson, major,
Back row: Karolyn Simmons, captain, Perri Ann
Skipper, vice-major, Sharon Smith, captain, and
Kathy Ballow, captain. 4. Sabra McCarty, Jenni-
fer Dunn and Deidre Treadwell express their
feelings about the Dragons. 5. Janet Walton was
chosen as Miss Drill Team 1982-83. 6. Rhonda
Martin, Catherine Fenci, Dovie Biggerstaff, Angie
Ward, and Heather Thorton march in after
performing to "Wabash Cannonball" during
halftime at the Astrodome game, 7. Lisa Hamil-
ton, Lara Johnson, Catherine Fenci, and Jane
Ann Shinn 'iliase On Down the Road". the
Dragonettes performed a novelty routine at the
Miss Nacogdoches pageant to the popular song
"Ease On Down the Road".
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HS Flag Corps
In the spring of 1982, girls started
signing up for tryouts for flag corps.
Practice was held for a week and a
half and tryouts were held. Twenty
girls were chosen at these tryouts.
Tryouts were only the beginning for
these young girls.
After tryouts were held, the
flagcorps started practicing for perfor-
mance at the spring football scrimage.
They performed the routine in which
they performed for tryouts. In Early
August, the NHS Flag Corps helped
serve and work at the Dixie Boys and
Dixie Majors World Series which was
held in Nacogdoches.
Two weeks before school started,
the flags started work again. They
practiced every evening from 5 p.m. to
7 p.m. on routines for football games
and pep rallies. They performed
routines to such songs as "Pac-Man",
"Wabash Cannonball", and
"Centerfold". After football season was
over, preparation was started for the
Spring Show. The flag corps performed
six various routines in this show.
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during the fourth quarter. 2, As the Dragons run
in. the NHS Flag form a victory tunnel, 3. Offi-
cers for the 1982-83 Flag Corps are: Sitting: Ja-
nie Stanaland, major. Kneeling: Michelle Moore,
captain, Sherry Starr, vice-major, Standing:
Denise Yarbrough, captain. 4. Members of the
1982-83 Flag Corps are: First row: Michelle
Moore, Janie Stanaland, and Sherry Starr. Sec-
ond row: Susan Durr, Rhonda Scarbrough,
Tangela Caldwell, Denise Yarbrough, Sharon
Douglas, Jeana Stanaland, and Paige Lester.
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Third row: Terri Brown, Jackie Briley, Chanda
Patton, Yolanda Ballenger, Angela Davis, and
Valerie Webster. Not pictured: Vicki Barr, Debra
Cooper, Pam Tutt, and Yolondra Whitaker. 5.
Valerie Webster shows her flag skill on the field.
6. Yolandra Ballenger was chosen as Miss Flag
Corps 1982-83. 7. Members of the week for
1982-83 are: Front row: Vicki Barr, Paige
Lester, Sharon Douglas, Susan Durr, and Jeana
Stanland, Back row: Chanda Patton, Angela Da-
vis, Yolanda Ballenger, Terri Brown, and Janie
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tended the Tyler Junior College ond place. The squad was sponsored
Cheerleader Clinic and were chosen as by Ms. Liz Barrios. Head Cheerleader
the most spirited squad. They also par-
ticipated in the Piney Woods Fair
was Robyn Gillespie.
Varsity Cheerleaders for 1982-83 are Front Row:
Tracy Lewis, Donna Thompson, Rilea Pool. Sec-
ond Row: Marion Arscott, Jackie Thompson.
Third Row: Lynne Maynard, Temple Thomas,
Robyn Gillespie, head cheerleader. 1. Temple
Thomas lifts Rilea Pool at Texas Stadium. 2.
The Cheerleaders beat Mrs. McCollough at the
pep rally before the Conroe-McCollough game. 3.
Temple Thomas and Rilea Pool lead cheers at a
pep rally, 4. Donna Thompson, Temple Thomas,
and Hardy Meredith, Daily Sentinel photogra-
pher, look to the scoreboard in suspense of the
final score of the NacogdochessLufkin game.
J.V. Cheerleaders promote class spirit
1. Members of the squad are: Andrea Oates, Ka-
ren Abbott, Sonya Lathon. and Bevelon Moore
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders par-
ticipated in a clinic at Tyler Junior
College in June. At this clinic they won
first place for their cheers and pyra-
mids. They also competed in the Piney
Woods Fair Cheerleading competition
and won a first place medal for their
cheers, pyramids, and dances.
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The staff of Dragon Echo, although
small in number, tried to bring news and
entertainment to the students and teach-
ers of NHS in a monthly newsmagazine.
Staffers conducted interviews, wrote
stories, edited copy, laid out pages, and
selected and cropped pictures. Editor for
1982-83 was Mark Sowell, copy editor,
David Miller, business manager, Vanessa
Mekeelg newsffeature editor, Anne
Richmang and photographer, Jerry Collier.
One highlight of the year was a press
conference with Gloria Steinom, noted
feminist. Adviser is Mrs. Elaine Sellers.
Book Staff breaks tradition
staff sold ads to the local merchants.
salesperson. She was awarded a one- T'
hundred dollar prize for her efforts.
The staff worked very hard to meet nl
deadlines. They worked late many i
nights in order to print pictures, write
copy, and layout pages. They attended
a one-day workshop at SFA. The small
staff put their heads together to create
some original ideas.
1. Mark Mueller expresses the frustration of
meeting deadlines. 2. Book N Staff includes:
Front Row: Elaine Sellers, sponsor, Ann Bussa.
Second Row: Mark Mueller, Jerry Collier. Third
Row: Carma Johnson, Janet Martin. Fourth Row:
Ann Braselton, Dovie Biggerstaff. 3. Ann .
Braselton assists Janet Martin with layout. 4. L
Dovie Biggerstaff is an enthusiastic editor. 5.
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participates in 50's day activities. 7. Dovie
Biggerstaff is serenaded by Superman at her
birthday party, given by the Book N staff
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Dragons make golden record
During the 1982-83 football season
the Golden Dragons proved Coach
McCarty's 'Lfamily concept" with a 6-1
record. The Dragons won the Bi-Dis-
trict and to the Area playoffs. The
only losses the Dragons suffered during
the season were to John Tyler land
Conroe McCullough in the Area play-
offsl while they defeated Marshall,
Longview, Tyler Lee, Texas High, Pine
Tree and Lufkin.
Coach McCarty feels that the
Dragons played outstandingly this sea-
son. "The total team effort was the
main reason for our success," stated
Coach Mac. 'KI also appreciated the en-
tire town's support." As was the case
during the regulat season, the
Nacogdoches fans turned out to
support their team in Dallas and
Houston. On many routes to these
games one could see cars decorated
for the occasion with streamers, white
shoe polish, and the ever popular,
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Although the entire team did
outstandingly there was also exception-
al play from several players. Hubert
Douglas led the team in rushing, and
kickoff returns. Douglas also was the
leader in the scoring sections. Daryll
Caldwell, quarterback, led the team in
passing and was third in the rushing
column. Jerry Deckard led in
receptions, having 41, and was second
in the scoring while Mark Moore led in
interceptions and punt returns. Leading
tacklers were Lorenzo Colston and
The Dragons success during the foot-
ball season brought about cliches such
as TST fTexas Stadium Timel and
ADT fAstrodome Timel. It can only be
said that the Dragons have had their
share in the spotlight this year. Let's
hope that it shines again!
1. O'Neil Upshaw and Ed Nichols look on with
anticipation as the play of the game progresses.
2. Coach Frankie and running back Hubert
Douglas go over the tactics for the next play. 3.
Receiver Mark Moore is a jump above the
opposition with this fantastic catch of the game.
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1. Number 87, Patrick Dixion, and Number 45,
Derek Lackey, along with manager, Frank Gillam
watch a telecast of the night's game on a porta-
ble T.V. This year was the first year that the
Varsity team was televised on a local T.V.
station, The games that were televised were,
John Tyler, Pine Tree, and Lufkin. 2. Coach
Mac. congratulates Clayton Shoemaker on an
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Bruce Arrant, Jerry Woodsong cheerleaders, Tra-
:y Lewis, Rilea Pool, Robyn Gillespie, Temple
Thomas, Lynn Maynard, Donna Thompson, and
lackie Thompson, Hubert Douglas, Wesley
Aoore, Terry Kegler, and Ken Hall. Second row:
nanager, Frank Gillam. DeWayne Pittman, Willie
Nhitaker, Lorenzo Colston, Joe Don Welch, Roy
Rodriguez, Wesley Watts, Mark Moore, Ben Wil-
liams, Ed Nichols, Shag Matthews, Brad
McWhoter, Keith Ayers, O'Neil Upshaw, and
Quincy Whitaker. Third row: manager, Harry
Burkett, Leo Berry, Bret Rains, Clayton Shoe-
maker, Johnnie Carter, Ricky Upshaw, Diron An-
derson, Reggie Matthews, John Baker, Scott
DiNucci, Jerry Deckard, Derek Lackey, Andraly
Horn, Patrick Dixon, manager, Joe Driggers, and
Stuart Cunningham. Coaches: Sam Jones, Tony
Frankie, Clarence McMichael, Shirel Womack,
Steve McCarty, Don Hamilton, Robert Tueton,
Bobby Reyes, Gordon Fountain, and Gary Robin-
Blackhats win Bi District
1. With 17 seconds left in the 4th quarter, it
was evident that the "Doches Dragonsl' were the
new Bi-District victors at Texas Stadium. 2,
Tackel, Clayton Shoemaker and Back, Scott
DiNucci use a 'lsandwich squeeze-play" to bring
down two players from Pine Tree. 3. Patrick
Dickson, End, takes time out on the bench to
watch the action taking place at the Bi-District
Playoff at Texas Stadium.
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1. Tackle, Ricky Upshaw, brings down an oppos-
ing player from Temple Wildcats at Texas
Stadium. 2, Daryl Caldwell shows what he's
made of with this "quarter-back stance" during
the beginning of the play. 3. Using a handoff
play to another player, Daryl Caldwell avoids the
capture of the football by the opposing side. 4.
The team gets in formation for a touchdown at
T.S.T. Our thanks to The Daily Sentinel and
Hardy Meredith for their contributions of football
pictures from Texas Stadium.
With a 10-O season the J.V. football
team were in high spirits this year.
Their hard work and dedication paid
off when they won the district title
from surrounding schools. The Dragon
spirit prevailed throughout the season,
and at the end of the season the whole
team went to Texas Stadium to watch
the Varsity team win Bi-District. The
J.V. football team takes over with winning season.
J.V. team is going to work hard for
next year to make the Dragons once
again Bi-District champs.
1. Jimmy Davis and Jerry Chandler come in for
the kill to assist their fellow team member in
tackling the opposition.
2. Members of the '82 Golden Dragon J.V. team
are: Front row: manager, Stuart Cunningham,
Mike Fore, Leslie Driver, David Green, Chuck
Winfree, Jimmy Davis, Billy Ballow, Ken Durrett,
Mike Molsbee, Alfred Christopher, managers, Joe
Driggers, Harry Burkett, and Coach Don Hamil-
ton, Second row: Coach Bobby Reyes, manager,
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Frank Gillam, Alan Fitch, Patrick Watts,
Terrance Acery, David Shoemaker, David Holt,
Thomas Cooper, James Wiley, Robert Young,
Wilbert Dean, Anthony Mayfield. Third row:
Coach Tony Frankie, Coach Gary Robinson,
Coach Robert Teuton, David Johnson, Kenneth
Miller, Trevor Byers, Burt Smith, Jayton Jenkins,
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Womack, Coach Sam Jones, and Coach Steve
McCarty. Top row: Freddie Pleasant, Keith
Downs, Eddie Berry, Ronnie Johnson, Joe Wil-
liams, Ernest Simpson, Jerry Chandler, and Lew-
1. The team starts off with a running attack to
win yet another game. 2. Wilbert Douglas is a
hand above the opposition in catching the ball
with the help of Darren Mathews. 3. Jayton
Jenkins takes the ball down the field just out of
reach of the opposition.
9th grade Gold Black team learns the
knacks of football.
This year has been one of constant
pressure and learning experiences for
the 9th grade football team. It was a
time for the players to learn the ropes
of competitive high school football. This
year's team had a promising year and
are well prepared for J.V. and
eventually varsity football in future
2. Rodney Tutt, Wilfred Ross and LaJuan
Douglas, watch the plays taking place in the
game from the sidelines.
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football team are: Front row: Jeff Erola, Jimmy
Derritt, Walker Fenci, John DeVall, Kenny
Whitton, Jeffrey Evans, Kenny Lewis, Shannon
Smith, Ethan White, Mike Rodriguez, and Shane
Bailey. Second row: LaJuan Douglas, John
Hughes, Chuck Bussa, Chris Tiller, Wilford Ross,
Mike Carroll, Ricky Sockwell, Shaun Coughlin,
Waylon Griffith, Patrick Woodson, Wess Nichols,
Kenny Tyson, and Mike Kenner. Third row:
Coach Sam Jones, Jon Blackenship, Brian
Steinsick, Eric Weaver, Dale Rayburn, Dexter
McMiller, Chris Chandler, Kelvin Christopher,
Jeff Holder, Jeffory Jones, Rodney Lovett, Terry
Hayter, Dean Greer, Richard Tinsly, and Coach
Gordon Fountain. Top row: Mike McCurry, Chad
Holt, Barry Jeffcoat, Tyrone Davis, Marc Wingo,
Doug McElroy, Mark Patton, Barry Deckard,
Jerome Sparks, Casey Blankenship, Tom
Fincher, Darrel Green, and Rodney Tutt.
1. After a long and mighty fight out on the foot-
ball field, the team comes in for a time out and
a regroup only to go back and fight again. 2.
Rodney Tutt uses all his might to get down the
field and catch a long pass,
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Dragon boy's Varsity Basketball team had a winning season T
The Dragon boy's varsity basketball
team had a mildly successful season
this year. They finished with a 17-14
overall record and a 6-8 record in dis-
trict play, finishing in a tie for fourth.
The highlights of the season were
the upset wins over Longview and
John Tyler, both of whom advanced
into the play-offs. The win over Long-
view occurred when the Lobos were
undefeated and ranked number one in
the state, but the Dragons prevailed
55-53 in Nacogdoches. The Dragons
District champions upset John Tyler
49-48 also in Nacogdoches.
The season ended on a good note as
the Dragons went to Lufkin and beat
the Panthers 54-42. The team won the
consolation championship and the
sportsmanship award at the Midway
HS tourney in Waco in December.
Seniors Mark Moore, Jerry Deckard,
Melvin Woodson, Nero Foster, and Kel-
vin McDonald played a big part in the
Dragons' success. Juniors James Wa-
ters, Anthony Garrett, Harold Carney
and Keith Christopher supported the
Dragons with help from sophomores
Mark Green, Jerry Holcomb, and Tiny
Mark Moore and Mark Green were
named to the All-District team. Green
was also named "Sophomore of the
Year" in District 13-AAAAA.
1, Jerry Deckard uses all his might to over pass
the opposition to a fellow team member. 2.
Number 24, James Waters shows his skill at the
free-throw line as he racks up extra points for
the Golden Dragons.
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basketball team are Front row: Reginald Mate C0aCh Mark Moorehead, Mark Moore, Mark
thews, Keith Christopher, Melvin Woodson, Ken Green, Jerry D2CkaYd, JEIITIGS WHWIS, Kevin MC-
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extra two points for their winning score.
Boy's J.V. and 9th grade basketball
records the wins of the season.
1. The team awaits the referee's decision on a
This year has been a good but slow
year for the J.V. and 9th grade boy's
basketball team. These teams in reality
are stepping stones for the goal of
varsity basketball. The J.V. and 9th
grade teams have worked hard this
year and plan to work even harder
next year on techniques and style for
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ball to fellow teammate for a quick score. 2. The
team rushes down the court in order to stop
opposition from scoring.
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Girls Basketball shoots the hoop for
The 1982-83 Lady Dragons Varsity
Basketball team, coached by Coach
Gordon Fountain, had gained exper-
ience from the previous year through
sportsmanship and teamwork. This gain
helped the team come from a 2-25
season last year to a 10-16 season this
year. Even though the team didn't
have an unbeatable season, they still
believed that if one had the desire to
win and an attitude for winning, then
one could win. Their goal for next year
is to improve in their style and make
another winning season.
Coming up through the ranks in
basketball can be hard but not
impossible. The J.V. team, coached by
Coach Pam Sears, showed that with a
little enthusiasm and teamwork, the
gain can be accomplished quite easily.
Their experience in the lady basketball
will influence their performance next
year in varsity and in future life.
1. Members for the Lady Dragon Basketball Coach Gordon F0Unlail'1, Taflgela HOWGYCIY
team areg Bottom row: Denise Ballenger, Rhonda Melissa W00d50"'v Shelia Mufphyr l-Wm Hendef'
Pierce, Kathy Tutt, and Sandra Crane. Top row: Son- and manager Donna Beffy-
Members of the JV Lady Dragon Basketball Edwards Momque Lampl-un Lmda Curl Top Stevens and Coach Sears
team are Bottom row Dedra Daniels Janice row Kathy Saxton, Mmshelle Moore Regina
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Dragon Swim team races for record-
This year has become one of record-
breaking success for the Dragon Swim
team. Beginning only last year, the
team has raised itself up to a level of
district and state competition. The
team had much support from head
coach McCarty and parents in the
community. This support helped make
the team push even harder to have all
team members qualify for regional
meets. As before and always the team
will try harder and be forever a per-
manent part of N.H.S. Dragon sports.
1. Sigrid Gobel uses approved form in her but-
terfly in a meet at Nacogdoches. 2. Todd Hargis
pushes off to a great start of a boys 400 meter
relay during a meet.
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of a breaststroke. 2, Coach Terri Morse offers
some advice to Terri Shaffer after she has come
out of her race. 3. Sigrid Gobel prepares herself
for a 100m breaststroke at a recent meet.
Girls Volleyball makes a stand in
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error, triumph and victory, and an
overall feeling of good sportsmanship.
Coached by Judy Justus, the varsity
team has worked hard and long this ,,
season. Although their season was not
as successful as they would have liked,
the team is on their way to higher
grounds of competition.
The J.V. Volleyball team had a
close but disappointing season. Only
losing by one game, the J.V. team
missed their chance of having a
winning season. Even with this disap-
pointment, the team is looking forward
toward next season and a more com-
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2A -1- I Howa d k I b th t as Volleyball team are, Front row: Liz Woodson, amsy Tangela Howard, Dia,-me Johnson
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other team members Wait for the return of the lid Bn GYSOU, OHIQUQ amp ln, an Powers, Alberta Banks, and Coach Judy Justus.
ball. 3. The team comes together for a meeting
before the next half of the game.
1, Members for the J.V. Volleyball team areg Long, Coach Pam Sears, Angela Horn, and
Front row: Angela Bates, Bridgett Shepard, and Dedra Daniels.
2. Dedra Daniels pulls back her fists as she aims
Denise Kidd' TOP row: Sheffv Deckard' Banita to slam the ball back across the net. 3. Coach
Sears has a pep talk with the team during a
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This was the first year for
Nacogdoches High School to have a
varsity soccer team. The team,
coached by Coach Farshid, had many
struggles and disappointments
throughout the year. Many feel that
through the addition of this sport to
N.l'l.S. has been beneficial in the long
run. The climax of the season was the
winning over Lufkin 3-O in the last
game of the season. That in itself is
enough to make the players of '83-'84
go for the Gold and Black of a record
1. Clint Smith uses his technique to get the ball
off the ground and into play. 2. With ultimate
determination, Brent Cariker, gets the ball away
from the feet of the opposition.
1. Members for the '82-'83 Dragon Soccer team Cariker, Shaun Coughlin, Mark Mallot, Scott Klein,
are: Front row: Stuart Cunningham, Greg Hinkly, Wallace,
John Provan, Paul Morley, Jeff Everts, Brent Mayfield,
Walker Fenci. Top row: Wilfred Coach Farshid.
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Everts takes the ball and moves it down the field
with lighting speed. 3. Robert Romero contem-
plates which way would be the best to throw the
ball in from the sideline to restart the game.
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Boy's Golf "tee" off to a great season.
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Kelly, Bill Terry, Coach Kathy Alexander, and
The year 1983 brought on many
changes to NHS. One of these was the
naming of Kathy Alexander as the new
golf coach. With her help and many
long hours of practice, the Boy's Drag-
on Golf team developed techniques in
golf to perfection. With the practices
every day, the team came back home
many times with first, second, and
third place trophies. This year has
been wonderful for the team and the
returning lettermen looking forward to-
ward next year when they can improve
their techniques in their game.
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Going on their third year, the girls'
olf team had a coach change at the
eginning of the year. Kathy
Alexander, though new to the team,
helped quite a bit to bring the team to
a high in golf tournaments, often com-
ing home with winning trophies from
the game. Next year holds promise for
an even better team with returning
lettermen having a chance to improve
their skill in the game.
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Sitting: Lynne Maynard and Beth Terry. Stand-
ing: Stephanie Driver, Dotty McClain, Renea
Faulkner, and Coach Kathy Alexander.
HS Tennis team serves up a Golden
The 1982-83 varsity tennis team had
a good season this year. Many new-
comers helped bring the moral up for
the team. The returning lettermen kept
the Dragon spirit alive and in rhythm
with the team. Many times during the
year the team brought home trophies
and awards they had won. This also
helped the team to strive for the top.
The J.V. team followed much in the
same pattern as the varsity team.
They came home also with many more
awards and good memories than last
year of their games. Next year holds
for many adventures for the members
of whom will be entering the varsity
The 9th grade team was designed
for the purpose to introduce incoming
freshman to the aspects of tennis
without the intimidation of skilled
players. It worked well this year for
learning and refining techniques. Next
year will be exciting for those members
who go on to compete with skilled
players of the varsity and J.V. teams.
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1. Kelly Rayne follows through with her swing to
volley the ball across the net. 2. With her eye
on the ball. Laurie Bizzell takes aim and
backhands the ball to the other side.
1. Coach Jackson gives the J.V. team some tips
on their shots during a daily practice.
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1983 has been a year of records to
be set in Boys' Varsity Track. Many of
these records were won in shot, discus,
meter runs, long jump, and pole vault.
All in all this year has gone real well
for the team and their hopes for next
year are that they will gain more
confidence to become winners in all
The J.V. Boy's Track team had a
good season with winning one track
meet. They also won in Crockett relays
and placed 4th in district.
1. Stretching out before the run helps prevent in-
jury as this runner well knows. 2. After running
his race the Dragon member collapses from the
heat and exhaustion,
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makes a winning jump. 2, The team walks
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1. Regina Stevens pushes herself to the limit at
the long jump during a meet. 2. Marion Arscott
uses her total leg lift to stretch across the
hurdles in a race.
a run for the Gold
m 1983 Girls track was surprisingly
C good this year with many more team
21 members than in past years. Many
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1. Kay Williams lets go of the discus to make
yet another winning score. 2. Tangela Howard
pushes herself to the limit to pass the opposition
and hopefully win the race,
Varsit Baseball makes a pitch for
the Black and Gold
The Dragon Varsity baseball team this
year came out with a 15 and 7 winning
streak in their games. Many players felt
that all their hard work in J.V. baseball
last year paid off when they won their
games. Their hard work ran into the last
part of the year when they won their last
few games which left the returning
lettermen the confidence to come back
next year and win again.
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amount of force. 2. Casey Blakenship takes to
the mound to strike out the opposition.
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areg Bottom row: Kurt Sutton, Hubert Douglas, Reginald Matthews, Coach Gordan Fountain, tion, fires the ball to home plate to get opposing
Leo Berry, Ed Morgan, Keith Christopher, Jason Coach Bobby Reyes, Casey Blakenship, Joe Still, player out.
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The 1983 Dragon J.V. baseball
team was led by Coach Don Hamilton.
The team did fairly well in their games
but only winning a few. The year was
the best however in the aspect that it
was a time to improve in baseball skills
for next year in the varsity team.
1. Members for the 1982-83 J.V. Baseball tearg
are, Front row: Ronnie Lovett, Jeff Fuller, Lesli
Driver, John Flemming, Keith Christopher,
Michale Rodriguez, Ethan White, and Alan Fitch.
Top row: Coach Don Hamiton, Barry Jeffcoat,
Andrew Chester, Darrell Green, Mark Sowell
Thomas Cooper, Eddie Berry, Joey Brewer, anal
Dragon Spirit promoted by Coaches
The coaching staff at NHS has a
great deal of importance in high school
sports. The coaches try to promote
good sportsmanship and the "Family"
:oncept of teamwork. This promotion is
emphasized by athletic director, Steve
McCarty. Together with a fantastic
group of head coaches and their staff,
Coach McCarty has produced a
winning team in high school athletic
1, Steve McCarty-Athletic Director, Football 2.
Mark Moorehead, Basketball 3. Terry Morris,
Swimming 4. Judy Justice, Volleyball 5. Farshid
Niroumon, Soccer 6. Kathy Alexander, Golf 7,
Jane Jackson, Tennis 8. Tony Frankie, Boy's
Track 9. Johnnie Simpson, Girl's Track 10. Bob-
by Reyes, Baseball
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Mr. and Miss NHS
Clayton Shoemaker Perri Ann Skipper
Handsome and Most Be
Ed Nichols Natalie Clark
Ed Morgan Donna Thompson
Cindy Cox Kevin Evans
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Janet Tindall Joe Don Welsh
Most School Spirit
Janet Walton Kyle Doss
Mark Abbfltf BeLynda Smith
Mark M00l'e Sheila Murphy
Most Likely To Succeed
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Daryl Caldwell Kim Luna
Alison Rowley Steven Tinsley
Runners-Up for favorite elections
Front row, Hubert Douglass, Mr. NHS, Patricia
Adams, Most Athletic, Sherry Starr, Most School
Spirit, Sykeithia McAlister, Most Beautiful,
Suannah Ramsey, Most Talented, Carrna
Johnson, Personality Plus, Top row, Ty Neal,
Wittiestg Stephanie Teal, Most Intellectual, Janie
Stanaland, Most Likely to Succeed, Theresa
Sparks, Miss NHS: Buster Gregory, Most School
Spirit, Denise Yarborough, Wittiest, Kelly Rayne,
Cutest Girl, Jason Moore, Cutest Boy, Lorenzo
Colston, Most Handsome
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Russ Langfijfii l 7
Mark Kevin Abbott All-Region Band-1,2,3,4g All-
Area Band-2,3,4g All-State Band-4, All-State Alter-
nate-2,3, Band Manager-1,2,3,4, National Honor
Society-43 Who's Who-3,43 Society of Distinguished
High School Students-3,4, FFA-1,43 Rodeo Club-2,
Patricia Elaine Adams Pep Squad-1,2g volleyball-
1,3,4g basketball-2, DECA-4, MVP volleyball-4,
Most Athletic Girl runner-up-4.
Sheila Darlene Adams Vocational Agriculture-1,2,3g
FHA-1,23 Lone Star Farmer Degree-3, Chapter
Regina Agnew 2nd runner-up Homecoming Queen,
Cosmetology l and Il, treasurer, duchessg Student
Council 3rd party-1,
Myra Lynn Allen Key Club Sweetheart-2,3,4,
Student Council rep. 1,2,3,4g Key Club Homecoming
Duchess-4, Drill Team-35 Thespians 1,23 NFL-1,2g
Book N staff-25 Pep Squad-1,2,
Tim Alexander Auto Mechanics-3,4, president.
Pleshette Yvonne Anders Band-1,2g Cosmetology l
and ll, secretary, 1st place parliamentary procedure,
lst place project-state VICA contest, Student Council.
Van Bruce Arrant Football-1,2,3,4, varsity-3,43
Key Club-1,2,3g Lt. Governor-3, Track-1,23
Nominee for Most Handsome, Key Club Sophomore of
Yolandra Yvette Ballenger OEA-3,4, assistant trea-
surerg Miss Flag Corps-4, Pep Squad-2,3g Band-1,
FHA-13 Student Council 3rd party-15 Junior
Historians-1, JV basketball-2.
Kathy Ballow Drill Team-3,43 HOSA duchess,
HOSA Sec-3, Pres-43 FHA-1,2g National Honor
Society-3, Student Council l3rd Partyl-1,2,3.
Kathy Bates FFA, Vo-Ag-1,2,3,4g Lone Star Farmer
,Degree-3, State Public Speaking Contest lplaced 4thlg
FFA Sweetheart and Duchess, FFA Chapter vice-presi-
dent-3,4, FFA District V.P.-4, Flag Corps-2,33 3rd
Party Student Council-1,2,3.
James Bauer Varsity Band-1,2,3.
Andrew Beamon Varsity Band-1,25 HOSA-1,2,
Melanie Benton FHA-1,2,3, Concert Choir-1,
Chorale 2,35 OEA-4.
Dovie Biggerstaff Rotary Student, March, 1983,
Young Tex-Anne, Feb., 1983, Flag Corps-2,33 Ma-
jor-3g Drill Team-45 Yearbook Staff-3,45 Quill and
Scroll-3,4g National Honor Society-3,45 Student
Council-1,3,4, Rep.-3, Junior Class Reporter, English
Award-1, Yearbook Award-3,43 Shutterbugs-3,4.
Laurie Bizzell Varsity Tennis-2,3,4, 2nd place
doubles-1983, Regional Qualifier-4, National Honor
Society-4, Student Council Class Rep-2,43 Book N
Julie Blosser FHA-1,25 OEA-4.
lLynette Box Rodeo Club-1,2,3,4g DECA-3,41 FHA
Deanna Bradley JV Cheerleader-2, Drill Team-33
lStudent Council Rep,-1,2, OEA Duchess-4.
Miles Bradshaw FFA-1,2,3,4g Young Texas of the
Month, Dec., 19825 Citizen of the month, Oct,, 1982,
National Winner-Fish and Wildlife Proficiency Award,
19813 Area IX FFA Pres., '82-'83, Chapter FFA Presi-
dent-3,43 Chapter Conducting FFA Team-1,2,3,4,
State FFA Leadership Camp.
Brian Brandon Soccer, FFA-1,2,3.
Darrell Brandon Golf-1,2,3, DECA-4.
David Brandon Band-1,2,3,4, President-4g All re-
gion-2,3,4g All-Area-3,4g All-State-4, Regional First
Division, UIL-1,2,3,4g State First Division-2,3,
Ann Braselton Cheerleader-1,23 French Club-1,2,4g
FHA-1, Journalism Award-3,43 Shutterbugs
Duchess-4, Quill and Scroll-4, Yearbook Staff-4.
Trecina Bruton Band 1, Student Council Rep, 1,
OEA-3,45 Algebra Award-2.
Raymond Burgess l,C.T, -3,4.
Harry Burkett FFA-1,2,3,4, reporter-3, Varsity
football managerftrainer-2,3,4g National Honor
Ann Bussa Tennis-3, FCA-3, French Club, 2,4g
Pan Am-4. Book N staff-4.
Daryl Caldwell Most Likely to Succeed-4, Varsity
Football All-District Quarterback-4, Senior Class Parlia-
mentarian, Citizen of the Month, April, 1983, JV foot-
Mellessya Caldwell Student Council 3rd Party-4,
FBLA-3, FHA-1,2,3g Pep Squad-1,23 Concert
Choir-1, Girls Athletics lManagerl-1.
Johnnie Carter Varsity Football-3,43 Varsity
Lettermen in Football and Track-4, Football Honor-
able Mention All District-4, FCA Sec, and Treas.-43
Junior Historians Parl.-3, Proj, Chairman-43 FCA-
Natalie Cates FFA-1,2,3,4, Treas.-33 Reserve
Champion Charolais in Houston Livestock Show, Drill
Team-4, Pep Squad-1,2,3g Science Club-1, Thespi-
ans-1, FFA Chapter Farmer Degree.
Ronald Champagne Band-1,2,3,4g All Region
Band-2,3,4, All Area-4, All State-4, FFA 1.
Natalie Clark Deca-3,45 Student Council 3rd Par-
ty-lg Pep Squad-1,2, Homemaking-1,23 Deca
Homecoming Duchess-4, Most Beautiful-4.
Karen Clevenger FHA-1, Art Club-1,2,3,4, Sec. 2,
Anthony Clifton VICA-4, Key Club-1,2,3,4.
Gary Coker FFA-1,2, FFA Co-op 1,25 Forestry
Teamg Dairy Judging Team.
David Collins Band-1,2,3,4, All Region-1,2,3,4, All
Area-2,3,4g Key Club-1, Thespians-13 Who's
Lorenzo Colston CVAEQ Football-1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,
Debra Cooper Student Council-1,2g VOE Pres,-4,
Homemaking-1, Flag Corp-4, Junior Historian-23
Pep Squad-1,2g Track-1,
Monica Cortes Pan Am Reporter-4, Spanish
Grammar Test at Foreign Language Festival 1st Place.
Cynthia Cox Basketball-3, Chorale-43 Wittiest
John Cozart Tennis-1, Band-1,23 Stage Band-1,2,
Key Club-1,2,3,4, National Honor Society-3,41
Who's Who-3,43 National Merit Science Award-23
Tim Crane Basketball-3.
Richard Crisp VICA-4, Project Contest 2nd Place,
Mark Currier Chorale-33 "Annie Get Your Gun"
Edwin Davis Auto Mechanics-4, Football-1,2.
Frank Deacon Art Club-3,43 Shutterbugs-3, Pho-
Daron Deckard FCA, Student Council 3rd Party-3,
Letterman Varsity Basketball-3,43 HOSA-33 Co-
Captain Varsity Basketball-4, Band-1: Nominee for
Most Likely to Succeed.
Rose Dial FHA HERO Corresponding Secretary-1,
OEA Member 3,4, Repor.-4, Girls Golf Team-2.
Bill Dobbs Football-1, DE-1,23 FFA-1.
Nancy Dollar Band 1,2,3,4g National Honor Society-
4, One at Solo and Ensaumble Contest-3, Algebra
Award-1, Health Award-1, Chemistry Award-2,
World History Award-3, Homemaking Award 1.
Kyle Doss Most School Spirit-4, Student Council-1,
2,3,4, Repor.-4, Class Rep.-3,4g United States
Student Council Award Nominee 4, Out Standing 3rd
Party Member-1, Key Club-1,2,3,4g Junior
Hubert Douglas Varsity Football-2,3,4, Soph. of the
Year, All District-2,3,4g Varsity Baseball-1,2,3,4,
Sophomore of the Year, All District-2,3,4g Class Fa'
vorite-3,43 Student Council-4, Basketball-lg Run-
ner-Up Mr. NHS.
Joe Driggers Varsity Football Trainer-2,3,4g Varsity
Basketball Trainer-3, FCA-l,2.
Lenora Dubose NFL-2,3,4g Cosmetology, Sgt. at
Arms-3, Pres. 41 Student Council 3rd Party-1,23 Pep
Squad-1,23 Debate Team-2,3.
Kevin Evans DECA-3,43 Key Club-1,2,3,4.
LaT0nna Fields Cosmotology-1,23 Basketball-23
Volleyball-2, Student Council Rep.-4, VICA Club-
Keith Finchum VICA-2,3,4g FFA-1.
Darrell Flanagan DE-1,2.
Pamala Fore Band-1,23 Student Council-1,2,3g
FFA-1,2,3,41 Sentinel-3,41 Judging Teams-1,2,3,4:
Kim Fortson HOSA-3, French-1g Choir-13
Nero Foster Basketball-1,2,3,4, Student Council-1,
2,3g Noteables-4, Business Club-3.
Lynn Frederick HOCT-3,43 CVAE-1,2.
John Froehlich Journalism-3,4.
Neil Fuchs Key Club-1,2,3,4g National Honor
Society, Band-1,2,3, Stage Band-1,2g FFA-1.
Patricia Fuller HOSA-3,4, Hist.-4, Art Club-1,2,
3,43 Track Team-2.
Mitchell Garrett HOSA-3,4.
Robyn Gillespie Head Varsity Cheerleader-4,
Duchess-43 Drill Team-35 JV Cheerleader-23
Student Council-1,2,3,4g FCA-1,2g Thespians-1,23
Art Club-1,4g Most School Spirited Girl Nominee--4.
Frank Gilliam Football-3,45 Key Club-4.
Karen Goodwin Choir-2,33 Band Manager-2 3'
Student Council 3rd Party-3.
Larry Gresham Rodeo Club-1,2,3,4.
Michael Griffin lCT Vice Pres,-4, Auto Mech. Re-
Marjie Griffis National Honor Society-3,43 FBLA-2,
FHA-1,4g Pep Squad-1,2, Manager-3,4.
Frankie Hamby ICT VICA-1,2, Rodeo Club-2.
Gregory Hardy Sweepstakes Band-2,3,4, Stage
James Hartt FFA-1,2,3,4, Rodeo Club-2, Ag. Co-
op-1,2, Chapter Farmer Degree-2.
Rita Henderson Outstanding Achievement in
English-2,3, Office Ed. Association Sec.-3.4, FHA
Vice Pres. of Programs-1, Outstanding Achievement in
Algebra-12, Pep Squad-2.
Michael Hightower Football-4, Building Trades-2.
Elizabeth Holland Band-1,2,3,4, All Region Band-
1,2,3,4, 1st Division UIL 1,2,3,4, State UIL Competi-
tion-1,2,3,4, Sweepstakes Band-2,3,4g Tennis
Team-2,3,4: FCA-2,31 Student Council 2,3,4,
Chip Holt FFA-1,2,3,4, President Rodeo Club-1,2,
Matthew Honea 4-H, Photographer, Art, Shutter Bug.
Andraly Horn Theatre-1,2,3,4, Football-2,3,4,
Track-1,2,3,4, Thespian 2,3,4, Vice Pres.-4,
Treas.-3, Runner Up Most Talented, UIL One Act
Play District Champs-4, Area Honorable Mention-4,
Outstanding Theatre Student-3.
Patricia Huckaby Band-1,2,3,4, FHA-1,2,3,4,
Treas.-1,3, Chaplain-2, Jr. Historians-4, FBLA-3,
Young Tex-Anne-4, National Honor Society-3,4.
Mark Humphreys Student Council 3rd Party.
Michael Jeffrey Band-1,2,3,4, All Region Band-4,
Football-2, Tennis Team-2,3,4, National Honor
Society-4, Key Club-13 Stage Band-2,3, Rotary
Student of the Month of April.
Rebecca Jeffus FHA-1, FBLA-2,3, Student
Council-1, Pep Squad-1,2,3,4, Leutinant-2,
Carma Johnson National Honor Society-3, FHA
Officer-3,43 Student Council-3,4, Jr, Historians-3,4,
Pan Am-3,4, Scribblers-3, Pep Squad-3, Annual
Staff-4, Nominee for Personality Plus Girl.
Cheryl Johnson Dragon Echo Staff-2,3, Managing
Ed.-3, Young Republicans-1, Shutter Bugs-3,4,
UIL District Ready Writing-4.
Dianne Johnson Band-1, FHA-2,3, Pep Squad-3,
Honor Roll all Year-4, Selected Member of Mock Trial
Team-4, Vocational Office Ed. Reporter Co-op-4.
Terry Jones Art Club-1,2,3,4, Pres.-4, Student
Council-2, Super Salesman of Art Club-2,43 Thespi-
ans-4, Shutterbugs-4, Annual Staff-3, Accepted to
Memphis Academy of Arts-4.
Bryan Jongeword Building Trades-1,2, VICA Re-
porter, Vice Pres., 2nd in VICA State Contest-2,3.
Melissa Jordan National Honor Society-3,4.
Carl Joyner State Finalist VICA Auto Mechanics in
Skill, Speed, Project, and Notebook.
Terry Kegler Varsity Football-4, All-District-4,
Dana Kimbrough DECA-3,4, Sec.-3, Flag Corp-
2, Chorale-2, FTA-2,3, Sec.-2, UIL Spelling-2,
Arminda Kinzer Cosmetology-1,2, VICA District and
State, Art Award.
Carri Kirk FFA-1,2,3, Lone Star Farmer Degree, 4H
Gold Star Award, Algebra Award-1,2, High Senior on
National Math Exam, VO. Ag. Award, State Dairy
Billy Kittrell CVAE-1,2, Auto VICA-1,2.
Kirk LaBoyteaux FFA, Ag. Co-Op.
Derek Lackey Football-1,2,3,4, Key Club-1,2,3,4,
Young Texan of the Month-4, Varsity Band-1, Hon-
orable Mention Tight End-4.
Russ Langford Band-1,2,3,4, Vice Pres.-4, All Re-
gion Band-1,2,3,4, Area-4, Stage Band-l,2,3, Na-
tional Honor Society-3,4g Choral-4, Young Texan.
Brad Lee VO. Ag.-1,2,3,4g Chapter Farmer-2, Ro-
Lisa Looney FHA-1, Art Club-3,4, Reporter-3,
Sec.-4, Club Duchess-4, DECA-4, Treas.-4.
Kim Luna Tx. President of FHA-4, FHA Officer-1,
2,3,4, Area 9 FHAXHERO Pres.-3, Student Council-
1,2,3,4: National Honor Society-3,4 Sec.-4, FBLA-
Troy Mach VICA, Band-1,2, FFA-1,21 Agri.
Janet Martin Book N-3,4, Photographer-3,4, Assis'
tant Ed.-4, Dragon Echo-3, Photographer-3, Na-
tional Honor Society-3,4, FHA-1,2,3,4, Pianist-3,
Shutterbugs-3,4, sec.-3,4, Quill and Scroll-4,
Young Tex-Anne-4, Rotary Student-4,
Everett Matthews Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball,
Regina Matthews Volleyball-1, HECE, DE Prelab,
Reginald Matthews Varsity Football-4, Varsity Base-
ball Manager-3,4, Varsity Basketball Manager-4.
Lynne Maynard Varsity Cheerleader-4, Gold
Team-2,3,4, Chorale-2,3,4: Art Club-1,2, Note-
Ables-3, Concert Choir-1.
Sykethia McAlister Concert Choir-1, Chorale-1,2,
3, HECE-1, First Runner Up Most Beautiful.
Mike McClellan National Honor Society-3,4, DECA
Club Officer-4, English Award-1,2,3, Drafting
Gina McLauchlin Cosmetology, DE, VICA,
Jose Mendoza VICA Auto Mechanics-2, Band-1.
Cindy Miller Cosmetology-3,4, VICA-4, 4th Place
in District Hairdressing Contest,
Stephen Mitchell Honor Society Pres.-4, Varsity
Band-1,2,3,4, Stage Band-1,2,3, Key Club-1,
Society of Distinguished High School Students, Rotary
Student of the Month, Lion's of Texas All-State Band-
3, Honor Roll-l,2,3,4.
Karl Moore HECE, Band.
Michelle Moore Photographer, Flag Corps.
Edward Morgan Baseball-2,3,4, Key Club-1,2,3,4,
Vo. Ag.-1,2,3, Football-1, Golf-1.
Ken Morris Thespians-1,2,3,4, Vice Pres.-3,
Pres.-4, Chorale-1,2,3,4, Key Club-2,3,4, Scrap-
book-4, Student Council-3,4, Annual Staff-3,
Production Class-2,3,4, Tennis Manager-2.
Mark Mueller French Club Historian-3,4, FBLA-2,
3, Shutterbugs Pres.-3,4, Yearbook Sports Ed, and
Photographer-3,4, Quill and Scroll-4, Dragon Echo
Sharon Musslewhite District UIL Best Actress-4,
Thespians-2,3,4, UIL One Act Play-2,3,4, Piney
Woods Speech Tournament-Duet Acting lst Place-3,
Young Democrats-3, Points Sec. Thespians-4, Thes-
pian Duchess-4, NFL-2,3.
Reba Murphy Cosmetology-3,43 Outstanding Student
Cosmetology-3,4, DECA-4, Pres. VICA Cosmetolo-
gy-3, Parliamentarian DECA-4, Pep Squad-1.
Melinda Murphy HECE-1,2. Parl.-I: Student
Council 3rd Party.
Shelia Murphy Basketball-l,2,3, FTA-1, Track-1,
Most Athletic: Regional 880 Meter Run.
Tyvester Neal Baseball-1,2,3,4, Basketball-1,2,3,4,
Ryan Nerren Shop CVAE: Building Trades, ICT VICA.
Edward Nichols FFA-1,2, Grand Champion Steer
Nac. County-1, Soph, of the Year of Hugh O'Brian
Essay Contest-2, Football-1,2,3,4, All District Honor-
able Mention Center-4, FCA 1,2,3,4, Treas.-3, Vice
Alex Norton Band-1,2, Science Club-3,4, Treas.-
4, Art Club-3,4, Science Club Duchess-4, Tech,
Theatre-2, Theatre Arts-3.
Ricky Olsen FFA, Ag. Co-Op, Baseball-3, Football-
Melanie Packard Art Club-3,4, Vice Pres.-4, FHA.
Kevin Page Building Trades.
Mollie Partin Varsity Track-1,2,3,4, JV Volleyball-
1,2,3, Team Capt.-3, FCA-1,2, FHA-l,3, Shutter-
Vickie Patton Chorale-4: Concert Choir-12,33
Student Council 3rd Party-3,43 Art Club-3, FHA-
Rodrick Patton DECA,
Donna Peterson OEA-1,2.
Mary Phelan Cheerleading-2,3, DECA-1,2,3,4, Pep
Eyvette Phillips Pep Squad --1, Capt.-2, Flag
Corp-3, Student Council 3rd Party-2,4, Drill
Team-41 OEA-3,43 Scribblers-4.
Margie Pogue Choir- 1, Pep Squad- 1.
Bridgette Powers HECE-4, FHA.
John Pratt Golf Team-3.
Tonya Pruitt OEA-3,4, Student Council 3rd Party-
Suannah Ramsey Chorale Choir-2,33 Concert
Choir-1, FHA-1,2,3,4, Chapter Officer-1,2,3,4,
Area 9 Vice Pres. Recreation FHA, Honor Society-3,
Student Council Rep.-4, OEA-4.
Stephen Rasmussen National Honor Society-3,4,
Society of Distinguished High School Stud.-4: Band-
1,2,3,4, All Region Band-1,3,4, Stage Band- l,2.
Kelly Rayne Tennis Team-1,2,3,4, Team Capt.-4,
National Honor Society-3,43 All District Tennis
Team-3,4, Alternate to Regionals-3,4, Society of
Distinguished High School Students-3,4, Pan Am
Club-3,4, Vice Pres.-3, Pres.-4, FCA-2,3,4,
Student Council-23.41 DAR Nominee-4.
Christopher Redard ICT VICA, Band, VICA State
Contest 1st Place Project-4, Stageband.
LaWanna Reese FHA-1, HOPL-3, Volleyball-1,
Mike Reynolds Building Trades VICA Secretary-3,4.
SE IOR ACCOMPLISHMEN TS
Jerry Roberson FFA-3,43 French Club-1,23 Foot-
ball-1,2g National Honor Society-3,43 Golf-1,25
Michael Robertson Vo. Ag., Forestry Judging
Team-1,2,3,4, lst in State-lg UIL One Act Play-1,
Robin Roberts Cheerleader-1, DECA-33 Rodeo
Club-2,3,4, Reporter-3, Vice Pres.-4, Duchess-4.
Susan Rodrigues Band-1,2,3,4, Twirler-3,45 Pan
Roy Rodriguez Track-1,2,3,4, Dist. Champ-3, Dist.
Runner Up-4, Football-1,3,4, Baseball-4g Runner
Up Most Athletic, Most Valuable Track Person-4.
Scott Rowe Golf-1,2,3,4, Letter-2,3,4, Rodeo
Club-3,4, Football-lg Mock Trial Alternate-4.
Alison Rowley National Honor Society-3,43 Society
of Distinguished American High School Students-3,45
Who's Who-45 Optimist Club Young Tex-Anne-4,
Most Intellectual-43 Woodmen of the World American
History Award-1, FCA-4.
Charles Rusk Track-1,23 Football-1, Ag. Co-Op-
Kathy Russell DECA-3,4, Vice Pres.-4,
Sweetheart-43 Rodeo Club Sec,-3,45 Student
Council-1,2,3,4, Rep.-1, 3rd Party-2,3,4, Student
Council Citizen of the Month, FHA-1,23 Pep Squad-
Cliff Sandoz The Society of Distinguished American
!High School Students, American History Award-23
'English Award-1, French Club-3,43 Most Intellectual
Robert Sandoz FFA-1,2,3,4.
Robert Scott ICT-3,43 Basketball-1,2.
Clayton Shoemaker Football-1,2,3,4, Varsity-2,3,
4, All District Offensive Tackle-3,4, All District Def,
Tackle-43 Key Club 1,2,3,4, Treas.-3, Vice Pres.-
4, Class Favorite-2, Mr. NHS-43 FCA-2,3,4,
Pres.-4g Track-35 Honor Society-3,43 Science
Award-1, Algebra Award-1.
Karolyn Simmons Drill Team Capt.-4g Varsity
Cheerleader-33 Freshman Cheerleader-1, Key Club
Sweetheart-1,2,3,4g Chorale-2,3,4, Vice Pres.-3,
Pres.-4, Who's Who in Music-3,4g Student Council-
Kelley Simms Band-1,23 FHA-1,23 VOE-1,2,
OEAQ Algebra Award-2.
Perri Ann Skipper Miss NHS-43 lst Runner Up
Homecoming Queeng Football Sweetheart-4, Student
Council-1,2,3,4, Corresp. Sec.-4, FCA Treas.-4,
National Honor Society Vice Pres.-4, Drill Team-3,4,
Vice Pres.-4, Class Sec.-1,2,3,4.
Terry Smelley DECA-3,4g Vo. Ag.-I,2,3,4g lst in
State Forestry-1, Football-1, Baseball-21 Chapter
Farmer Farm Skills Team-2,43 Houston Dairy Judging
BeLynda Smith Tx. Association ot Student Councils
Pres.-4, Outstanding Student Council Member-1,2,
Hist.-3, Pres.-4, UIL One Act Play-1,2,3,4, Honor-
able Mention-2,45 UIL All-Star Cast-3, Area All-Star
Cast-4, School Musical "Annie Get Your Gun" Annie
Oakley, "My Fair Lady" Eliza-43 Head Cheerleader-
1, Drill Team Superstar Girl-3, All Region Choir-1,3,
43 All Area Choir-3,4g Tx. Delegate to U,S, Senate
Program Washington D.C.
James Smith English and Science Award-lg Track-
1g Baseball-15 Basketball-Ig FBLA-3, NFL-3,4.
Brian Snodgrass District and State VICA Contest 2nd
Place Skill Speed, lst in Project in Deisel Mechanics.
Teresa Sparks National Honor Societyg Athletics-1,23
Pep Squad-1,23 Flag Corps-3, Drill Team-43
Student Council-1,2,3,4g Reporter-33 Jr. Historians-
2,3,4g FHA-1,25 Homecoming Queen-4.
Janie Stanaland National Honor Society-3,43 Flag
Corps-2,4, Major-43 Choral-2,3,4, Vice Pres.-43
FTA-1,2,3,4, Vice Pres.-4, Student Council-1,2,3,
Society of Distinguished American High School Stu-
dents-3,4, Who's Who in Music.
James Stansberry ICT VICA.
Sherry Starr Student Council-1,2,3,4, Reporter-1,
Treas.-4, Band-1,2,3,4g Flag Corp-2,3,4, Capt,-
3,41 NFL-1, 1st Runner Up Most School Spirit-4.
Jason Steadham JV Baseball-2, Varsity Baseball-
Olaf Steinert Art Club Photographer-4, German
Foreign Exchange Student-4.
Joe Still Class Pres.-1,2,3,4, Key Club-1,2,3,4,
Vice Pres.-3, Pres.-4, Society of Distinguished
American High School Students-3,43 National Honor
Society-3,4g Rotary Young Texan-4, Optimist Young
Texan-41 Mr, NHS Nominee-4, Varsity Baseball.
Dee Stripling FFA-1,2,3,4g Chapter Chaplain-3,45
Chapter Star Greenhand-1, Lone Star Farmer De-
gree-3g Outstanding FFA Member-33 Farm Bureau
Student Farmer Award-23 Nac. 4-H-1,2,3,4,
Nacogdoches County 4-H Gold Star Award-2.
Kurt Sutton Key Club-4g Young Texan of the
Monthg Golf-lg JV Baseball-2,3g Varsity Baseball-4.
Kevin Tarver NHS Art Club-2,3,4g Art Club Mem-
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Bobby Teal Basketball-1,2, FHA-1.
Stephanie Teal National Honor Society-3,43 lst Run-
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National Merit Finalist-3, Junior Historians-2,43 U.S,
History Award-2: Perfect Attendance Award-1.
Bill Terry Varsity Golf-1,2,3,4g Key Club-1,2,3,4g
National Honor Society-1,2,3,4.
Danny Theriault ICT VICA Pres.-4, Reporter-3,
Outstanding Student Award ICT-3.
Donna Thompson Cheerleader-4, Cutest-45 HOSA
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Janet Tindall Cheerleader-1,2,3, Varsity-2,33
Student Council 1,2,3,4, Officer-33 Class Officer-1,2,
3,43 Class Favorite-1,2,3,4g FCA-2,3,4, Officer-3,
4, Duchess-43 Personality Plus-43 Society of
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Stephen Tinsley Most Intellectual-45 Varsity Band-
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Key Club-1,2,3,4, Mock Trial Team-43 History
Team-3,45 Speech Award-2,
Rick Toracinta Student Council 3rd Party-3g French
Club-33 Jr. Historians-3,4, Reporter-45 DECA-45
Who's Who-4, Distinguished High School Students-4,
America's Outstanding Names and Faces-4.
Kathy Tutt Pep Squad-1,33 JV Basketball-33
Varsity Track-33 Manager of Varsity Volleyball-43
Varsity Basketball-4, FHA-1.
Oneil Upshaw All Dist. Guard in Football-3,43
Ricky Upshaw Student Council-1,2,3,4g Chorale-3,
43 Band-1,25 Varsity Football-3,43 Varsity Baseball-
Janet Walton Drill Team-3,4, Miss Drill Team-4,
Student Council-2,3,4, 3rd Party Member of the Yr.,
Executive Board-43 FTA-1,2,3,4, Sec.-1, Treas.-
3, Pres.-4, Honor Society-3,45 Band-I,2, All Re-
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School Students-3,45 Rotary Student-4.
Rhonda Ward Algebra Award-2.
Bradley Warren Drama-3,45 UIL One Act Play-3,
43 FFA-1,23 FFA State Judging Contest-1,23 Jr.
Historians-3,4, Vice Pres.-43 History Team-4,
Student Council 3rd Party-3,4.
Wendi Watterston Drill Team-3,4, Mafor-4, Fresh-
man and Head JV Cheerleaderg Thespians-1,2,
Scribe-2, Freshman Class Treas.-Ig Student Council
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Joe Don Welsh Varsity Football-4, JV Football-33
Key Club-1,2,3,43 Basketball-Ig Football Freshman-
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Debbie Wheeler FHA-2, Pep Squad-23
Quincy Whitaker Football-1,2,3,4g Track-1,2,3,4g
FCA-2,3,4g All District Honorable Mention-4.
Ben Williams Football-3,4g Key Club-35 FCA-3.
Greg Williams Key Club-1,2,3,4g Golf Team-1,2,3,
43 Distinguished American High School Students-1,2,3.
Kay Williams Volleyball-4, Basketball-23 Art
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Gary Wink Band-1,2,3,4, Stage Band-1,2,3.
Melvin Wiidson Basketball 2 Yr. Letterman, Student
Council-1,23 Football-1, Track-1, Citizen of the
Month-1,23 Honor Roll.
Troy Wooten Band-1,2,3,4, All Region Band-43
Area Band-4g Citizen of the Month.
Denise Yarbrough Varsity Band-1, Pep Squad-2
Flag Corps-3,4, Capt.-4, 1st Runner Up Wittiest
Marli-Beth Yates Cheerleader-1, Pep Squad-23
David Young NFL-43 Stage Band-1: Varsity Soc-
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Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Louis E. Miori -owner
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Gifts - Jewelry - Antiques
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Commercial National Bank
215 East Main
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Quality You Deserve
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JEWELERS - CATALOG SHOWROOM
1112 South Street
NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 75961
Lunchroom 8: Antiques
9-3 Mon.-Sat. 560-4145
Just Good Homemade Food!
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P O DRAWER 1312
309 BREMOND ST
NACOGDOC ES TE S 596
TEL 564- 96
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Church's Fried Chicken Open till 7 p'm'
225 South Nacogdoches, Tx.
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PUBLISHING CO. INC.
4920 Colonial Dr' P. 0, Drawer 68 Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
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Afternoons Monday Through Saturday
The Sunday Sentinel
THE GARRISON NEWS
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Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 Steve Roberts 546-5151
Compliments Of. .
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838 University Drive
I ' Large Selection of Bibles
' Christian Books
' Large Selection Of Christian Greeting Cards
' Many Unique gl Beautiful Gifts From Which To Select
0 Convenient Front Of Store Parking
' Free Gift Wrap
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Ann Braselton Dovie Biggerstaff
Carma Johnson Janet Martin
Mark Mueller Jerry Collier
Elaine Sellers, Sponsor Ann Bussa
Duke and Margaret Braselton
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Compliments of I
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4928 North Street
Neeogdoches Medica! Center Hospfzaf
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Nacogdoches Medical Center: Caring for You
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411 North Street-P.O. Box 953
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Church Office: 564-7379
Christian Life Center: 564-1131
Dr. Allen Reedg Pastor Sunday School-9345
Jeff Blevinsg Minister of Music Morning Worship-11500
Jim McDonaldg Minister of Church Training-5500
EducationfAdministration Youth Choir-6300
Mark Priceg Minister of
University Students EVemn9 Worship-7300
Let First Baptist Help
You Make Jesus Christ First In Your Life
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Nacogcloches First Church
of the Nazarene Custom I-lay Bailing
Rt. 10 Box 6040
564-2747 or 564-5944
Owner James Flemons
C. V. Spaulding, Jr. pastor Kevin Folsom, minister of
youth and music
Ms. Kasual Korner
'iFollow 211 SE "For Todays Women"
the Son" Stallings Dr.
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Al and Amy Lee
104 S. Pecan 569-9265
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300 E. Main Navogdochvs, Texas 564-4624 Mvlllbvl' F-D-I-C
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MOBILE HOME 81 RV. SUPPLIES
and Best Wishes
John S. Wyatt
204 East Pillar
For Your Future
Phone: 564-2437 X U
Chi Omega Sorority
Domestic or International
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127-A North Mound
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 I
Congratulations Seniors '83
Thanks for a Great Year
Bill, Shirley, Brad 8: Marla McWhorter
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421 North Fredonia
Smith-Mann Motors, Inc.
AIR COOLING SERVICES,
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Oldest Town in Texas
Your One Stop Shopping Store
560-1137 900 Mound
Listings, Loan, and Morgages
Appraisal All kinds of property
Real Estate and Insurance
117 Shownee St.
Res. Phone Office Phone
R8zR Minit Market
4113 Old Lufkin Road
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Congratulations Terry Smelley and Chip Holt
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YOUR COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIER
CHARLES M. CHRISTIAN
315 East College St.
P.O. Box 773
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
James E. Raney
3001 NORTH STREET
Owner - Manager
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North University Drive 564-9234
DEAN7S Little Zion Baptist Church
305 South Shawnee
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Custom Catering and Cooking
2100 E. Mainf564-2814
Rev. Eligha Walker Jr.-Pastor I
The church with a mission and a pastor with a message. God our
Father. Christ our Redeemer.
9300AM-6500PM Man our Brother.
Mo,-,,-5at, Sunday School-9:30AM Evening Worship-6:00PM
Morning Worship--11:00AM Wednesday Bible Study-6:00PM
White Lace and Promises UNIVERSAL LIFE
109 LW, INSURANCE
"Your Complete Bridal Shopv
Bridal and Ladies Formal Wear
Silk Flowers for all Occasions
Wedding Invitations and accessories
I People Believing in People
Nacogdoches- 1 1 7 Shawnee
District Office-PO. Box 149
I Tyler, Texas 75710
' "We Love You"
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P O Box 2518, 924 University Dr.
Nacogdoches, TX 75961
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Melanie 5 James Denton NAcoGDocHEs. TEXAS 75961
124 E. Main
Phone 564-2225 Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
' Specializing in all curl
' Lustralsilk PRINT' NG
- Gentile KWIK-KOPY PRINTING
4 Carefree North St.
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
H1052 10353 3-8 Telephone: 17131564-1717
Nac. rx, 75961 713f564-9713
SERVICING ALL MAKES AND MODELS
Big Tex Air Conditioning 81 Heating
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Bi HEATING
SALES 8- SERVICE
When you care
enough to send
the very best
LENDELL MARTIN 5008 SOUTH ST, wiv
569-8930 NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS
1122 University Dr.
21 6-AD VER TI SEM EN TS
'N fccoum Wm' CAR PARTS, INC.
IAE s GARAGE AC
1111 SOUTH SHAWNE STREET HLQL552
We Repair All Makes and Models of Automobiles PANT
Your Satisfaction is our Success 219 South Stree,
Nocogdoches, Texas 75961
EAST TEXAS GARDEN
Landscape Design 8. installation
2710 Soufh SL
For Those Who
Insist On Quality
GARY TRUCHEl.UT, Owner
""" Downtown Nacogdoches
500 GROVE C713D 564-4801
LUFKIN. TEXAS 75901 NACOGDOCHES
17133 634.2251 . TIPTON FORD, INC.
Morgan Oll COITIPEIIIY 111sNonns1.P.o.soxssa relephomssa-
Nacogdochos, Texas 75961
P.O. BOX 1332
NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS 75961
Pike Saw and Tool Co.
FANTASTIC 4123 Tyler Rd. 564-3579
2304 N. sneer , Q -i1
Nacogdoches Tx. 75961 A
Open 10am-8pm 4TV'i .'-3,1
7 days a week 3 5
Seniors! Mark and Vicky Lymbery, Small Engine-Marine
owners Sales and Service
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LQ1' CLEANING TIMBERLAND sAvlNGs
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P.O. BOX 2432
Phone 713 564-4507
or 713 564-2100
Mobil Unit 569-8238
Unit if 5886
3010 University Drive
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
RICHARD TALLENT AND ASSOCIATES
112Vz East Main Street
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Texas State Optical
Dr. A.L. Clevenger
Life Group 569-0844
Major Medical Temporary Major
Estate Planning Medical
First Baptist Church Congratulations L . '
Seniors! W S
324 N. Lanana Street POBOX1646
Nacogdocl-les, Texas 75961 NACOGDOCHESTEXAS 75961
Rev. Larry D. Wade
820 First Street
Nocogdoches, Tex. 75961
Rev. Lugene Spurlock Sr.
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Nlcogdochrs, TX 75961
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315 N. University Dr.
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Prlrnmves Used Furniture Walk into
Wade and Lucille Clift
M on alkeris
Open Fri. 8z Sat.
only 9-5 355 E. Main
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Nawgdocheifexas 75961 HohrZ:l713l564-5689 713 f 564-0193
CRAWFORD BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY
LUMSER AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES
1911.-.L 6.1: 2616 North Street
'CE A WERS ST 1018 South Street
713 5643 ' 7131564-1454
NACOGDOCHES TEXAS 75961
Owner I Operator
Iva P. Hill Student Headquarters For:
w'il5S3Zi2EC21DS,5m Records 81 Tapes
564-9247 Active Wear
Congratulations Cards and St3ti0Ilill'y
Bill iifif- QUE
Sandwiches Complete Dinners
Beef - Ham - Rubs
Sausage - Links - Chicken
Open 10:30 All 7 DAYS A WEEK
DINE IN OR TAKE OUT
Call In Orders Welcome
MILLS PAINT AND BODY SHOP
24 I-lour Wrecker Service
Complete Paint 8: Body Work
First Class Work Only
Save Your Car's Body
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Naiuml Color . . . Portrait - Candid
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INC. MUEIAGER ANDt?-KEEFE P o sox 4656 SFA STATION
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NACOGDOCI-IES-SAN PHONE 569-9201
NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 75961
1235 MAIN 48
401 NORTH ST 564 6541
"We Sera-ice What
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"A Tradition in Eal1T9Xa8"
201 E. Main 564-7671 C DENTNCOCK
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
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lFormarIy Ilacogdochas Savings 81 Loan!
EAST HOSPITAL NACOGDOCHES
I-lardy's Grocery ,
Bait 8a Tackle
A Children's Speciality Shop
569-6355 906 Norlh Sire I
Nacogdo hes, Texas 75961
2500 Woden Rd.
Grocery Gas Live Bait
Owned by Tommy
and Norma Fleming
5000 E. Main
Seniors of l83!"
Finer Meats for the Freezer
BEEF ' PORK 0 VENISON
Custom Dressing gc Processing
B and C
Locker Service Available
1115 University Drive 564-6742
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Betty Cagle and Sammy
564-2101 3704 NORTH STREET IIICUGDOCIIES BOX Lane df. l'ILll'1l2I' St Clufton
Phone 713f564-3761 Owners
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510 E. Main
138 N. Mound St. Telephone Nacogdochesv Tx-
Nacogdoches, Tx. 564-7361 Phone 569-9152 569.9401
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2507 rggxzhes' Only Complete Juniiiggmg
AX L EY at R o D E Compliments
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NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 2715 North Street
75961 Texas Nacogdoches, Texas
Congratulations E Our cal Kes' E
Seniors! 3w?th honors.: -
SADLER Carma Johnson
200 S. Shawnee St.
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We're Proud of You!
Hwy. 259 North
Complete Propane Service
222 -AD VER TI SEM EN TS
"Keeping Texas Music Alive"
- PRODUCED IN NACOGDOCHES -
Featuring. . .
Bob Wills' Original Texas Playboys
Hank Williams Original Drifting Cowboys
Fiddlin' Frenchie Burke
Ask for DELTA RECORDS 65' TAPES
in your favorite store.
2820 S. E. Stallings Drive 564-2509
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Heavy Equipment Steak House
Clears land, Builds ponds, Subdivisions work, Bulldozing, Bush hogging, Maintain-
ing scrapers, Plow lands 3217 North Street
Route 10 Box 6080 Nacogdoches
564-5043 Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Phone 713 560-4168
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PVGGOVHO 'w0m11f01,:n1red Homes
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MODULAR HOME SPECIALIST
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Congratulations Class of '83
From A Graduate Of '73
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303 NORTH ST.-P. O. BOX 776
NACOGDOCHES, TX. 75961
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AND ASSOCIATES, INC. S"s
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Dr. Pepper Bottling C
3321 NW Stallings D
D A.L. Clevenger Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
3800 North Street Phone 564-0268
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North Street Phone: 564-9394
. Nocogdoches, Texas 75961
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Book N would like to thank
the following Patrons:
Kelvin Bernard Wade
Bill's Roffler Family Hair Center
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The Awful Unknown
'Tis not the actuality of a troll
That scares a child,
But the unknown contents of a pitch
That drives one wild.
Man is not afraid that life will end.
The terror is the question of when?
The awful unknown is what I fear.
Will all that I love suddenly disappear?
Oh, what great horrors tomorrow could
Death, the end of the world, pain . .
The Mind of a Philosopher
A mathematician, upon solving enough
Will find the answers.
A scientist, upon doing enough
Will be rewarded with the truths.
But, woe to him whose mind ponders
the realm of philosophy,
For in philosophy the answers are the
In Memor Of.
The 1982-83 Book N staff dedicates
this page to the memory of Saundra
Allen, Ronald Hodge, Mr. Ray Richey,
and Jevance Williams. There will al-
ways be a vacancy in the student body
and staff that can only be filled with
their presence. All of these people con-
tributed to the school in numerous
ways. We must take consolation in the
fact that our loss is Heaven's gain.
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1. Freshmen and Sophomores are pros at sleep-
ing in class. 2. Cheri Tallent and Adaire Hallman
observe all the happenings at the baseball park.
3. Stacy Smith shows an expression of shock
during one of the baseball games. 4. Don
Beasley, chemistry teacher, smiles for the cam-
era. 5. HOCT and HOPL students clown around
in class. 6. Despite the cold weather, some of
the members of the NHS girls track team still
manage a smile while waiting for their events
during a track meet. 7. Catherine Fenci takes
time out to brush her hair while working on the
Student Council Brick Wall. 8. Daniel Stewart
and Alan Atchinson try to be cheerleaders at the
annual FCA Powderpuff Football Game. 9. Ben
Williams gives Perri Ann Skipper and BeLynda
Smith an affectionate hug.
Yearbook staff works long hours on
The 1982-83 yearbook staff is proud
to present the 1983 Book N to you.
Many long hours were put in to this
book and it is our hope that you will
treasure it in the years to come. We
have tried many new ideas in this book
including a new type of cover and a
recording of the sounds of the school.
We were a small staff but we worked
hard and many days after school were
spent in the yearbook room pouring
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over pictures and trying to find just the
right layout. Copy can be written, pic-
tures can be taken but it is not a book
until someone puts it together. That
was the goal of the 1982-83 yearbook
staff. Special thanks to Ms. Elaine
Sellers for answering all of our ques-
tions and being there to help us. Also
we would like to thank Ben Carter, our
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