Newman High School - Yucca Gloriosa Yearbook (Sweetwater, TX)

 - Class of 1974

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' .R-:.i,:qu:,x' ,'.-gQ,z,q:ynfj,-.,,-.V,f1:7fr :1,1r A , - -.'r+.a.a15,-ife,f:-.-1-1-.fx i ,,f+.. A Q -, pw-' ' -Q-J3-If--3.-.:,..-3,-1:'.,'-Q-ggcgr' u f. L 7 ,-i. .,--fa. .f-tw' .f, 1 , ISL . . . we had ideas of our own . . . conflict with "the establishment" . . . discipline got a little outa hand at times. . . school policy cracked down . . . and we all were talking . . . numbers. . . we didn't seem to be names anymore . . . conformity . . . conform- ity . . . conformity . . .and then just us . . . alone ...Iife... Ci Z-W3 ! -jill f L tr? fir-fi? WW KW QM? www Mm QMMM TQM ,WW - WMYL mad 111 0 -f0C2g7gl22s 1 75 CVM 1 Campus Life 11 12 Campus Life Morning. . . already. . Morning . . . yuchhh . . . Monday morning . . . double yuchhh . . .Oh 5963! . .. I'm late again . . . Oh well . . . five more minutes won't matter . . . no time for the usual . . . soggy corn flakes . . . that's kinda the way some people I know are. . . they just sit there and stare up at you . . . sorta like wet blankets . . . Kellogg says corn flakes put more in your morn- ing . . . more what? . . . Tony says they're grrreat! . . . but . . . there's al- ways room for improvement . . . I guess corn flakes and Sweetwater Hig l' School have a lot in common . . . any- way.. . I love 'em both . .. l've gotta get well . . . now . . . I'm runj behind already . . . I really get chewed this time . . . it's only third tardy this year I forgot all about that meeting before if I hurry may- I can make it . . . . I I I W be Whew I made it . . . what a bummer . . . English first period . . . that's almost as bad as chemistry- anytime . . . psssst . . . what'd ya get on number nine? . . . finished . . . now maybe I can get some sleep . . . Campus Life 13 '11 "' ' iV'5t- 1: l- .r Another day . . . another class . . . another teacher . . . l wish somebody'd find a new way to do this mes . . . it gets so boring sometimes . . . I guess there are those fun times though . . . like dress 14 Campus Life code discussion days . . . gossip '-f--H , ' -.,-H. Y. ...ff-Ea. - days . . . cut-up days . . . just days when you don't wanta do anything but laugh ...oh well . . . lunch time . . . "Let me put my books up first" . . . gonna have to get this junk out oi my locker one of these days . . . Lunch. . . finally. . . ' ' xi Ja. Hi? i M iii. -A gags " i i ,-J X, what we're having todav . . . barbeque on a bun . . . again . . . I ever get to the front ofthe line . . . it ' y . . . thlrt cents today that coke gonna make a fortune . . . Campus Life 15 Activity period. . . rusl Announcements . . . announcements . . . announcements . . . doesn't he ever shut up? . . . well, what do I do today . . . only four club meetings and' two executive sessions . . . all in thirty minutes . . . oh well, . . . eenie, meenie minie, mo . . . guess it's JETS today.. 16 Campus Life l I 'Q M T Time to talk on the and gowns . . . uh oh . . . there's the bell phone . . . to good friends on to English . . . . . . to not-so-good friends . . . just generally messing around . . . assemblies . . . good bands . . . strange people. . .dumb speeches . . . and corny jokes . . . getting mea- sured for those all im- portant events . . . caps Campus Life 17 Afternoons . . . back to wor 5 1 2 , ,QEW Q fs 2'5" ' l l ie 18 Campus Life Research papers are a bore . . . whatta a way to waste time . . . or is . . . art isn't too bad . . . but right lunch . . .all I ever wanta do is . back to sleep . . . the purpose nf nur wggk not lnleuupllon an ull Physics . . . whatta to strain a brain . . . but finally . . . aved by the bell . . . on o work. . .two and a alf minutes to punch in ime . . . I'm gonna be te . . . again.. . they ouldn't dare fire me . . r would they. . . rules . . . and formu- Campus Life 19 ,Z Night . . . time to sit back and just relax ...a good book.. . a cup of chocolate . . . nice music . . . and . . . oh my . . . I forgot. . . he'll be here a' 7:00 . . :thirty minutes. . . l'll never make it . . . I hope we go someplace else this time . . . dances and shows gn u so boring sometimes. . . heh . . . the 20 Campus '-'fe "Music Man" is on . . . maybe we'll gi there . . . vening. . . pleasures well I never . . . go get coke . . . and back me to study . . . if he ver does that again . . . h well . . . l've got a date o Yucca with his best riend . . . weren't those ids cute . . . whatta ight . . . 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WWW row QT QM WWW ml Decker captures Homecoming crow Despite a sudden case of appen- dicitis, a cracked victory bell trail- er, friction between classes during the spirit contest, and threatening rain clouds hovering over the par- ade floats, Homecoming at SHS proved to be a success. For the first time at SHS, a spirit contest was held between the classes. Homecoming spirit was expressed in the decoration of the halls throughout the school. At the end of the week, it was announced that the senior class was the most spirited. Halftime during the Homecoming . game is always a special time . . . the Homecoming queen is announced. Homecoming queen for 1973 was Debbie Decker who was es- corted by Clark Shamblin. Debbie was presented a dozen red roses , by Gilbert Ybarra who was lVlr. Mustang for 1972-73. l i v 4 ..i-5 , ff 'i Ll Homecoming brought the half- time field with the familiar faces of the queen nominees. This year it brought an unexpected figure, Hillary Randall who substituted for queen nominee Elizabeth Cupp as she recovered from an emergency appendectomy. Vying for the title of homecoming queen are lat leftl Tara Chancellor, lmiddle leftl Lesa Liner, lmiddle rightl Jan Feagan, lbottoml Hillary Randall, standing in for Elizabeth Cupp, and lbelowl Elizabeth Cupp. , . 1 Class favorites announced Western Day Love Country Style the theme for 1974 Western Day was the setting for the annual nammg of the class favorites The Western Day program featured a number of sklts country music and the crowd pleasmg ple throwing contest. Named as class favorites for the senior class are itop rlghtl, Sherma NlcCoy and Steve lVlobley Favorites of the rumor class are fbottom rlghtl, Shella Chesser and Jeff Headrlck The girl class favorite for the fresh man class IS Lydia Palaclous lbelowl - l - - :Eg-,ff 2 o ? llllllllllllllllllllllllllll lL, l l Ei Xi E 2 XE? X1K1XXKHXHI1XIK1KXXXHXHXHHHIWWKNN' I 1-N.M-4mmxxxxxxwmsxemmxxxxxxm 5 i ,I M www w w v mu w - xx . a AW+NWW W MXH NH mnuux K ' WWUI Wrvigtmw K :Wien Ei ,J-T- - -7 it Q, 2: ' - : 1 1 7 1 """' - -. - E 5 :. T 2 .,... Y i +"' -i -:-:F E Q .M R: :--L 1' : -L-'WY .-f-f4 5 l -rr 1:2 , w,: 1:-Q ., : -: : :.::-.3-L1 if 1..-- 1 The annual Yucca Coronation, the only "formal" affair at SHS, is an exciting and gala production. In the 1974 Coronation, a garden setting and a feeling of utopia were expressed through the use of various decor- ations and the theme-Shangrila. The highlights of the night included the presentation of the club repre- sentatives, duchesses, princesses, and finally, the crowning of the queen. Oqeen of the 1974 Yucca Coronation is Lesa Liner, a senior student at SHS. ipictures at right and belowl. Chosen as princesses lopposite pagel were ltop Ieftl, Sherma McCoy escorted by Walt Nlay, Lesa Liner escorted by Kim-Harris, lbottom leftl, Kelly Decker escorted by Mike Walker, Tammy Taylor escorted by Joe Smith, Vickie Waddell escorted by Jim Vic Oatman, Cheryl Doss escorted by David Chancellor, ltop rightl, Sheila Chessor es- corted by Paul Scott and lbottom rightl Jo- lene White escorted by Kenny Harrelson. 1 5:3 iw- ,vw rx X Q. . . 'fa o X. .Qs X I, 4 15 , -Q N. fri TN-s V l ,GQ Eva 1 ' ,tiff fit-Hl' v 4 Duchesses and their escorts for the 1974 Yucca Coronation include ltop Ieftl, Frankie Ellis escorted by Scott Fraley, Ginger Bras- well escorted by Bruce Allen, lbottom Iefti, Debbie Decker escorted by Ronny Baker, Elizabeth Cupp escorted by Joe Donnelly, ltop rightl, Jill Feagan escorted by Mark Walton, Becky Ray escorted by Scott Hens- ley, lbottom rightl, Kip Underhill escorted by Sammy Smith, and Jan Feagan escorted by Dancy Hager. 30 Celebrities -.Q '?Iwi ' :'E::- .-... 'PN '-N., L3-ll. .Q 4 I . I -ff! ,, 61, -Y -',. A ' ,I v.,I,,, 'ffm' 'Mft L5 "- - v ' l .1 ' V' ' 'Eff' 1 'z , "'.'g'- P f , ,,,, : V H y. ,rp ' -A Q f Er 5-5" " A - ' v l ' . , 1 'A 'I A s,",',, ' FL? f I K r , in ,. . if 4 I V I JM R'-Mi' .1 I 1 Q , A 'L 1? -V M., V , " - , ...U-51, - .I - 4,-L-.?'P i "f- fpgh' " L' ,155 f-f,K ,-7 I V Y- N , ,glzjff I l 4 Q R X its N 1 f 1 l I . llgl I. MS' Y I it Af! S ,. Y fi ' 'il' Q r Cl . W I Nl! lu I u. Clubs enhance evening Sweethearts and their es- corts are lpicture below, back rowl, F. De Leon, S. Carr, F. Sharrock, J. Stein, D.. Graham, C. Shamblin, M. Hatcher, K. Stewart, K. Bow- en, P. Wilson, C. Ebarb, lmid- dle rowl, M. Montgomery, J. Headrick, D. Guelker, J. Sal- mon, C. Davidson, J. Nayfa, C Fraley, R. Hendrix, C. Car- michael, K. Bowen, R. Rhoton, M. Scarbrough, M. Parker, lbottom rowl, N. Johnson, A. Ornelas, L. Monde, Fl. Ratliff, D. Wise, C. Pridemore, P. Williams, C. Wheeler, P. Malone, P. Arm- strong, and K. Ellis. 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Entertainment was pro- vided by Joe Rivera, lbottom Ieftl who pleased the audi- ence with his songs. Clay Freeman, Master of Ceremonies, lbelowl assisted with the entertainment. Ni' " ' 9 34 E JL ,, ?m ,ffm 'tae uw r 'N J mm- ,. H' L"' r w w :V H M S ' 1 Ig, ' 'K-r U J. 5-5552 ' w "' H.. , 1 N 'Qu E . , , w , ,. . , E 1 .. , ma w w Qi wk uw Tm: af' ' ,. H a '-iw -Q ' Q55 '9- +- 1 1 'WH g 1 H .1 Flu w 1 w n 1 w w 1 w 1 I w 4 w 1 -I , E w w Q 1, hotogenic ali I , ew Year Girl Chosen as most -f ---fv -'ff i '-ff'-1:--7 --TA'-'g-'v --v7-- -f-- T -5 2 -Q . , f .l hi if 3 H :,g -1 . 'Q U 7 lg . '1 1 -' v ,' fl fl in H g . ji Q 2 3 -5 "A 5, , ,iz Q '- " gi 'xi g 1 'v f - 3 ' 1 ' 'I Fi E fl .- I ,,,,..,.-5-u-rf'-'L' 'L' "' ,, ,. ,Aq. M, . iLg , 4. ' ' f- ' . . ' Y. ' eleigjgww Y N' ' . elf C- e ,,.. TQ l ' 'X M9 5 -A ' 5 ll, ll . -, ,, ii' qi, X N ,r if - 51,14 " -we ' l ll Q. 'Si' 'l N. 5515, ' fan ,Q '54 l ,pq-H .1 ,Ag A x-'all' . tjirx, -Q W i P Ni , a I 4. f A- 'luxe xv- ',-. ,. G w.,. 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Who renewed after several ears After several years of being discon' tinued, a Who's Who panel was again selected at SHS. The panel, nomi- nated by the faculty, was chosen from the senior class. A committee, com- posed of the heads of the various school departments, determined the finalists for the panel. Choice was based on the personalities, personal appearances, and academic standings of the individuals. Elected to the panel of Who's Who for 1973-74 are, lbelowl, Margaret Parker, ltop rightl, Ricky Prather, lmiddle rightl, Julia Pepper, and lbottom rightl, Steve Mobley. 1" 5' , it 1 , ,, ,V-,Tiger A .1 V ,J tc-x. 'ii L ..,, . 4354559 . - , 1 ,-Xu. , ,, 1 ,- " - - JC :,'.' :- ,5'1Ff'?33-if 1 ,f-.31-fe-5-N132 f 3. 55,50 ,-.l 1593 sig?-+'.g .-: -' fi. 41' ',k'14:sQ'- a'- ' 4 , ' gn. K' I-.Ui 313 4. ' 'A' lift, ' 1 -' x 5 2:24 '. .f get 1 51955 fi. ,UI 4 , . A ' :Q 4 Sin.-L , wr , Q., w Hnafw , ff uf' I 'l 'J-ffl? :mul ..' -I ,.,.--1 w fri'- .pi-':,,,xk-J ." -v"z-- ad -' iff? 414' Y Sims receives honor Student-of-the-Nlonth, a new honor only two years old, is an award that is presented to one student each month of the school year. These students are selected by a Student Council com- mittee on the basis of academic stand- ing, leadership, and citizenship. At the end of the school year, a Student-of the-Year is selected from the Student- of-the-Nlonth winners. Students-of-the Month include ibelowl, Mark Sims-May, itop rightl, Carol Carmi- chael-November, imiddle rightl, Paula Chaney-January, and lbottom rightl, Ricky Prather-December. -mg: ,QF : -L .O X 1 A ' I QL,- Other Students-of-the Month are itop Iefti, Alan Lackey-October, imiddle lefti, Judy Young-March, ibottom Iefti, Aubrey Todd February, and itop righti, Gary Morrison-April. Selected from the Stu- dents-of-the-Nlonth as Stu- dent-of-the-Year was junior student, Mark Sims iopp. pagei. Celebrities 43 rw'-1' 'g.vn4.f.a-...Q-vu 44 Clubs ...-""""""'yn'4w Clubs . . .what do we gotta sell this time . . . seerr like they'd run outa money pretty soon . . . what was it last time . . . soap . . . fountain pens. . . ligl' bulbs . . . toothbrushes . . . candles. . . social se- curity tags . . . it's a wonder people . . . aren't any broker than they already are . . . like me. . . all those two dollar dues every time l turn around . . 5161 13-1-f'Z"'l1Q'f r ., L.-1wLfJ:'wfg z 3. 1, -5,91 - qi XZ.: 3 I 1 .1 I' .. fo r ne 1. 4 gil gun I 11 ,1 N 1? 0 a x f px 1 N 1,6 F3 , , . I5 sea ff- 4 ,wg Q,-1 .1j3.,1+,. 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Senior David Hicks ltopl helps run the projector for the viewing of the Student Council members. Members of the Student Council ltop rightl participated in the Student Council Leadership Workshop held early in the year. Student Council members Mitchell Hatcher, vice-president, and Debbie Decker, treasurer, lbottoml count the profits of their booster tag sales. 46 Clubs I ,fi ., i i ji! Judge L. M. Hubbard ltopl over the swearing in the Election Committee. Freshman Jeff Stein, Ju- Charles Johnson, and .,....o . ml help plan Western Day. r Mrs Bill Norred lbot- SC sponsors Western Day The Student Council is one of the most active clubs of SHS. They are responsible for the Home- comingland Western Day festivities. They sponsor Student-of-the-Month and handle the elections. Profits from various ac- tivities such as car washes, booster tag sales, and other moneyraising projects go to the schol- arship fund, given at the end of the year to the most deserving senior stu- dent. The Student Coun- cil tries to voice the opin- ions of the entire student body and try to aid the community by sponsor- ing a community service project. Clubs 47 Library Club aids scholars Shelving and stamping books, along with checking and alphabetizing books, takes up part of the spare timeffof the Library Club members. Each member works in the library at least once a day The club went to the District Ill meet- ing in San Angelo. Lucinda Olvera serves as district parliamentarian. Officers are: Lucinda Olvera, pres- ident, Regena Stevens, vice president, Carla Langley, secretary, Jo Gillespie, treasurer 5 Anita Healer, reporter, Char- lotte Shifflett, parliamentarianp Barba- ra Proctor, historian. Becky Carr is sweetheart. Putting books on shelves are lbottom leftl juniors Paulette Bemenderfer and Katherine Reed. Attending a library club meeting during activity period iupper leftl are Charolotte Shifflett and Carla Langley. Gwen Williams and Annie Martinez irightl check and record over due books. Filing cards and checking fines ibelowl are Lucinda Olvera and Estella Martinez. Discussing the Christmas party at the December club meeting ibottom rightl are Marcy Glidden, Charlotte Shifflett and Anita Healer. ' rg, Pri 'JK Art Club takes 3rd Paint brushes, stencils, paper, and objects are some ofthe utensils that are used by students and members. They started off a busy year with a project which involved elementary students who submitted water and cra- yon paintings in contests. Many ofthe members worked on the home- coming float which won a third place. At the monthly meetings they. had guest speakers and demonstrations. Officers are: presi- dent-Benny McElroy: vice president-Joni Sal- mon: secretary- Debbie Decker: treasurer-Patti Malone, reporter-Dick Dowell. The representa- tive in the Yucca Coro- nation was Natta John- son. Calling one of the month- ly meetings is club president Benny McElroy. lbottom leftl Prove that things do turn out when people get together and try with all their might? The art club members proved it with their float which won third place. icenterl Showing one of his many paintings at one of the pro- grams is Mondel Rogers. ltop rightl Working on .one of the many sketches are seniors Joni Salmon and Debbie Decker. Explaining to the elemen- tary students the rules of the contest are Annie Martinez and Nancy Houston. Clubs 49 v ' 4 '-' -. , 1 ,v 4 , M- : 1 Q5 if lSi5V,a?' Hifi? 7 Jkt , 3. ,. ,- L. :cr-If f " ,, ,, ,pg-1, -N -1 ' 4 ,U , ,, , , P44'fP"A, 3 - '-f'f'l3f1-,f- X n 1 A:- ,J 1,gnL,f-173' Ng- "ig 'cw 'V 1, ..: W 1-7 WE' 3 'Y' :alfa , Qi.: EISI IJV1 I V 'l,-- .lg ,-.- Eff- 5f':l.1l" . TY- ,5'.v.,j:. LI! 1, 1, if '- -JJALFF F- 4 F 'W 1 g 1 ju-I-,-.gixf - ' ,. E' If X ' - "Q ' f!'5'fE15. :QT '.',xj: 'fl -E fy,-1 ' - 'ill' ': f- U ' ,. r M A M ggi: U X. .f nf":.:' wr. .1 fn?" - n , Ax., , I 'im -ml' rf -H31 , 1'-' if .. 91-V ' V V i A ' e I - i on y Express switch es to ffset- prin ting -I' Wax, knives, glue, tape and corrections became important ingredients in the production of The Pony Express this year. In an economy move the paper went to the off- set printing method for the first time in October. Contemplating his next lit- erary gem, iabovel Chris Davidson composes history away from the typewriter. Trying to find the perfect word for her stories proved a hassle to lmiddle leftl Nancy Ray. Scanning the sports pages and helping with photos is lbottom leftl Patti Norred. Spreading her notes outto- start on a story is itop Iefti Vicki Frazier. Putting the final touches on an editorial ileftl Ira Perry makes some last minute ad- ditions. Clubs 51 Yucca staff sees picas, pix in sleep Copyblocks, picas, pictures and cropping marks provided nightmares for the yearbook staff as they strived to meet deadlines. Drawing layouts and finishing pages were sandwiched in between frequent trips to Hall- mark's. The editors went to a workshop in San Angelo in October. Several staff members also attended the In- terscholastic League Press Confer- ence'in Austin in March. Holly Hughes editor of the senior class sectionexplains to Gwen Williams ltopl how to set up the junior class section. With an energy crisis and heat cut down trying to stay warm while working, might be a problem as junior Beverly Hazard lrightl curriculum editor found out. Trying to keep up with football and basketball games for the Sports section are lmiddle Ieftl seniors Patti Malone and Joni Salmon. Taking pictures consumes most of the time of photographers lbelowl Paul Dal- ton and Mike Patterson. Finding what pages they have for their class sections are sophomore Mack Dress- ler lbottom rightl and freshman Debbie Gossett. Q -1. f.-.en ea-. - f -- . -1. f. . ,A ,- .-,rg , . i - ,L 1..--ff 'Um juz:-J .,-:T filly, ,- .rt r. ,wl,. f-. if . 1-gg,-If -V.15,3gY Y 1. Y . . f -' L,--f....v. reg-,uw 'x ' ' ,z ':. -. 1-1 Q J 1" , ---' . 5 ,L ..13,,..--,gang ,, I, , .4 ,, .1 A-, - fr 4 . , fr. 1 . ,Q-' -1-, if " 'T W 'o e v 5. fl . . g.lrlE. :H'- '52 wt an 'veg' 1- .11 , ,e ,--' All -2 J'-fa 'E5, "'il.'sE ggi :T , 9 W , 1. iif5ij5'FrQi I. ,- -1 ini?-LIT' . 1 L., Njlrlmhgfz ,..t5s?.Ag,.ftggv-. , - . ,V IL! gg I .. U. V K infer., Ease: e3fa1a1vf.:fe - g'f"Lf Plz'-f.a:..v1-'lg 1.1',f,., he ffg:sf,:wf1e,gfmt.f1.,,..,.112li,f.lrq 3,-'f'-Z ij-K if L v, ,-'-r .- ,, .fi 5:51, - -T -fgggvsg., - ,, -' -. 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Business manager Joann Evans andher assistant Nellie Ramon lleft centerl put to- gether the ad section. Rebecca Taylor lcenterl headed the honors section, and her assistant was Marsha Lively. Heading organizations was Donna Wright: lbottoml her assistants were Gail McKee and Nellie Ramirez. Senior Cindy Fraley lright centerl, also co-editor, helped turn out an original yearbook. Clubs 53 Future Teachers attend con vention Packing for the state meet are Brad Will- ingham, Delores Reich, and Mrs. Tom Breeding. Sponsor for the group was Mrs. Tom Breeding. Officers were Mitchell Hatcher, Jerry Henson, Cindy Fraley, Julia Peppr, Janet Young, and Brad Willingham. Attending the state meet, giving Mr. and Miss FTA speeches, and work- ing with elementary chil- dren were just a few of the activities in which members of the Future Teachers of America found themselves in- volved. They also became cadet teachers, prepared a Homecoming float, and entered the state contests with their project and scrapbook. Mr.,FTA was Mark Sims. Miss FTA was Janie Bermea. 54 Clubs Y, uw vu H m W.. 'N - ---2 mf? wma 1-114 1 i A f .Hu "uw ' ' , , u -'W 5'5: T' if R. ,uv - ,A ,ziigfigg , 1 : ' 1 ' v w 1 n w +5 ff Q! s ,ll x I 'zfwwazi W 1 fl , 'N , , . ,Ng 5 s ' ii Clubs 55 Curtain Club presents "The Music Man Highlighting the year for the more than 100 students involved, Cur- tain Club for 1974 began the biggest production in SHS theatrical history- THE MUSIC MAN. The musical took some 80 actors, dancers, and singers plus several stage hands and a small orches- tra provided by students from the band depart- ment. Curtain Club also spon- sored the 1974 UI L One- Act Play. This year's per- formance was THE NIGHT THOFIEAU SPENT IN JAIL. Russell Amos, Nellie Ra- mon, Joe Donnelly, Gail Lob- dell, and Paul Dalton rehearse reactions for a problem point in the opening play of the year. lfar Ieftl Tracey Barfield and Frank McDonald were also part of the cast for THE MUSIC MAN. lcenterl The musical took up a lot of time for many SHS stu- dents, including these. Jolene White, David Orr, and Paul Scott were also car- ried away in the enthusiasm of SHS's first musical. itop rightl Paul Dalton performed in one of Curtain Club's pep rally skits. lmiddle rightl Patty Reece, Gail Lobdell, Patty Norred, and David Lackey played parts in the musical also. lbottom rightl Clubs 57 IE TS sell lights to aid scholarships Providing enough money to give the Outstanding Senior JET Scholarship was the major project of JETS. Early in the fall, the club sponsored a light bulb sale with the proceeds going to the scholarship fund. JETS sponsored an engineering test for students interested in physics and engineering early in the second semes- ter. The science club presented award plaques to the Outstanding Math and Science Student. Billy Whisenant, ltop rightl president, presides over a weekly JETS meeting. Dr. James D. Lindsay, lfar rightl Profes- sor Emeritus of Texas A8zM University, spoke to the JETS members on Chemical Engineering during a February meeting. JETS members, lrightl Carroll Kearney, Randall Stevens, and Jack Hood work on their latent heat experiment. Members of the JETS club lbottoml meet weekly to enhance their scientific and mathematical knowledge. ,, I- V- A l a ,J fl. - J., ' s sa i .mm 0 'gi 6 G' . 1 ll . Math Club attends contests Math Club opened the year with several invita- tional contests in prepa- ration for the long-a- waited UI L honors. The club was made up of students enrolled in number sense and slide rule. In each case students were required to take na- tionally prepared tests under set conditions to determine mathematical capabilities. Sponsors for the club were Mrs. Anne Spitler and Clarence Smith. Mrs. Anne Spitler, co-spon- sor, helps a member with a number sense problem. Dusty Gartman tackles one of the many slide rule tests the members took all year long. Keith Brock works on one of the many tests the math club members took in prep- aration for UI L. Clubs 59 , I ' H 1 4 ,1 1' . . 1 J K". lx" J, ,, ' swf, 1, , , .1fp,.,.. ,Q 71: E-,-. A ,, , 'gm 1f, H'--'U' -I-J -I .IHL5713 :H "it limi:-'JN '-"KV ,:-1 'La eff- X X if 'E 'u - li r, -. 45 'T 5 Future Homemakers of merica went beyond the role of the and pans home- In October, they a Homecoming pa- float and sponsored barbecue night. month, money was to help support a orphan. Wright, Jill attended the Area meeting in Nlidland March 15. Members al- attended the State in Dallas in May. and Linda Brook- During FHA week, Nlarch 31-April 6, members helped with community projects. Officers were: Donna Wright, president, Angie Alvarado, vice-president, Diana Ceballos, second vice-president, Connie Shamblin, third vice-presi- dent, Emma Burnett, fourth vice-president, Debbie Killough, fifth vice-president, Linda Tabers, sixth vice-president, Cindy Graff, secretary, Vicki Reeves, treasurer, Paulette Bremenderfer, historian, Erma Gomez, Parliamentarian, Helen Abalos, li- brarian, Debby Wharton, pianist, Sylvia Reyes, chaplain. Gail Lobdell and Rhea Nell Johnson worked on the girl-of-the-month committee. sql- L-ll-IJ l ll Discussing what to write in the next letter to the Viet- nam orphan are officers Don- na Wright and Debby Whart- on. Working on FHA papers is sponsor Mrs. Duke. Getting the supplies needed to make punch out of the re- frigerator are Darla Roberts and Kathy Gillentine. 62 Clubs 'leg 4 ln 4 -51 'QA .-" 3'3" Y. ' a' r 3-ef, 1 FFA sells fruit From the green, green, grass of home to the gen- tle lowing of prime beef, SHS agricultural students learned about the "back bone" industry of the na- tion. Vocational agricul- tural and Future Farmers of America provided stu- dents with the opportuni- ty to practice their agrar- ian skills. FFA members showed and sold their ani- mals at the Nolan County Livestock Show in Janu- ary. The members sold oranges and grapefruit to raise money for a new trailer. The members par- ticipated in a stock show in February. Officers are: Lance McWilliams-president, Mark Guelker-vice-presi- dent, Fred Sharrock-sec- retaryp Gary Boyd-trea- surerp Kelly Estes-report- er, and Mike Cox-sen- tinel. Becky Sledge is sweetheart. Attending one of the local FFA meetings are members: Danny Knox, Billy Utley, Jimmy Reich, Max Headrick, Robert Moore, Jeff Mullican, Mike Cox and Craig Diddle. lbottom rightl Preparing to leave for a stock show are Jeff Mullican, Donnie Morris, Gary Boyd, Kenny Stewart, and Lancy McWilliams. ltop leftl Getting their share of the citrus fruit are Lance Mc- Williams, Mike Montgomery, Steve Rains and Kenny Stew- art. lfar leftl Showing off their new trailer are Kenny Stewart, Donnie Morris, Gary Boyd, Lance McWilliams, Jeff Mul- lican, Mike Montgomery and Paul Wilson. lfar bottom rightl VICA Clubs provide Career traini Bells began ringing around Home- coming after the VICA ll finished the victory bell. It was donated to the school by the senior class of '74. They also worked on many other projects. Members attended classes either all morning or all afternoon. Five of the students participated in a spring vocational district meet in Odessa in February and received several trophies and honors. Sharpening one of the many tools needed while working on the charlot for the victory bell is lrightl Mike Comacho Preparing equipment for one of his projects is lfar rightl Jimmy Rose. Clark Shamblin is explaining to the other members the procedure used to work on the chariot. Other members are lbottoml Gilbert Palacious, Randy Wil- liams, Bryan Mitchell, Clark Shamblin, Jerry Meneses, and David Brazelton. a T Z rf jg ll 1 l...... l .X , 1 VICA Xl enters state con tests VICA Xl was a very active club at SHS. A fall district meeting was held in Andrews during Octo- ber and a spring district meet was held in Odessa during February. The state meet was held in San Antonio in May. The VICA Club prepares the student for future careers and gives an insight on job training. The officers were Carla Rawlings, president, Jay Ramsey, vice-president: Lucinda Olvera, secretary: Anna Wood, treasurer: Vickie Axe, reporter: Lar- ry Bell, parliamentariang and Paul Hemandez, ser- geant-at-arms. The sweet- heart was Roxann Rhoton Lucinda Olvera, Malcolm Mulanax, Billy Ballard, and Jerry Mayberry, VICA club members, try to keep the wind from blowing their Homecoming float. lbottoml Dispensing streamers to the crowd along the Home- coming parade route are Mr. and Mrs. John Linn, sponsor, Terry Brice, and Debra Jack- son. ltopl Clubs 65 DE sponsors Christmas party DECA is going on its fifth year at SHS. Growing by leaps and bounds, it sponsored a Christmas party for kindergarten students. Each member brought the student a gift and brought them to see Santa Claus. They also held an employers and employees banquet. Members worked at various stores and garages across town, attending school for half a day then going to work. Their main project for the year was selling social security metal cards. Members attended area meet- ings in March and also attended the state meeting in May. Working at a gas station during the fuel shortage was one of lbottom rightl Philip Ratliff's least worries. Preparing a table for guests at the Ranch House is ltop rightl Bruce Johnson. Although there may be a food shortage, it didn't slow down lbottom far rightl Blake Box's work at the Vil- lage. Making out a ticket for material purchased at Joyce's is ltop far rightl Pat Williams. 66 Clubs New clubs organized Two new extracurric- ular clubs formed at SHS during the fall se- mester were Rodeo and Chess clubs. The Rodeo club marched in the Home- coming parade on horses. Members also participated in the donkey basketball game sponsored by the senior class. Officers were: president, Donnie Nlorrisp vice president, Gary Boyd, secretary, Becky Sledge, treasurer- reporter, Teresa lVlcWil- liams and sweetheart Kathy Lindeman. The Chess club was formed so students could develop a new hobby and a new skill. It was also a challenge for students. Officers were: Terry Bru- ner, presidentp David Sis- som, vice-president, Scott Carr, treasu rerg Jay Bost, secretary, and Charlotte Pridemore, reporter. Debra Guelker was the representative in the ' Yucca Coronation. lt may look easy from your seat but Gary Boyd lbot- tom leftl is one person that really considers it tough and fun. Fred Sharrock lbottoml has a hard time completing his ride. David Bright and Charles Davis ltopl match chess skills during an activity period con- test. Concentrating on his next move against Mike Ewing lmiddlel is David Hodges. HECE sponsors employers banqu Home Economics Cooperative Ed- ucation students led an active year, highlighted by an Employer Apprecia- tion Banquet. The group is sponsored by Mrs. Rosa Wolfe. They went to class each day and held meetings the second Tuesday of each month. Also known as HERO, Home Eco- nomics Related Occupations, the group sponsored a Christmas party for kindergarten children. They also at- tended the area meeting in Midland and the State Convention in Dallas. Officers are: Gladys Garcia, presi- dentp Sheila Oden, vice presidentg Linda Tabers, sixth vice president, Jeanne Nayfa, secretary: Alene White, treasurer, and Neta Smith, reporter. Sweetheart is Shanna Head. Discussing her job with Mrs. Rosa Wolfe ltop Ieftj is junior Alene White. Talking over their work ltop rightl are junior Shanna Head and senior Sheila Oden. Juniors Linda Tabers and Gladys Garcia lcenterl check the files to see when they will work. Trying to call her employer lbottoml is junior Cheryl Howard. 68 Clubs yi I , . 1 zu: 5 it 'reg . i 'i I i V as pl ' H U I V' ' 1 w x, 1 x H 1 1 . , ' '-- " I Q U, . ' -x -. J ' , X , a,'1.t f f ' 'J 'z 1. ., .egg 1. . 'msg 'A' - , gf im ' , r 'J-Z3 AW. 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VVV -V -Q V - V4-- i5,4.,f.- Y! V V. ' M:i+,,3V,V?gm..f.-.-, ,,..,..T -V V VVQVVT- VV-V'VVV-3:7 A -if-V -V .V Y. ..,-M 1-,V , ' V lj. . V 1 1 V . V . V W , 1 1 - V Y 1 ,Lu-.V 4, .AGN-:ei .uw SMU invites Mustang band to grid clash People living around the SHS campus were treated to some unex- pected concerts as the Big Red Mustang lVlarch-l ing Band practiced after school during the fall semester. A highlight for the band was their perform- ance in the half-time show of the SIVIU-Arkansas foot- ball game in the Cotton Bowl. To help finance the trip the band sold pop- corn and sponsored the annual Band Booster Club Halloween Carnival. Jen- nifer Goswick and Barba- ra Brittain were named Halloween Queens. Performing during half time of SHS football games lupper leftl are: standing, Janie Amaya and Becky Ray: sitting, Nlona Scar- brough, Jennifer Gowvick Deborah Spaulding, and Charolotte Pridemore. A surprise for the foot- ball team before the Lame- sa game was an outside pep rally featuring the band. Passing out music is as- sistant band director Buck Hughs, who also helps with the woodwinds. The Big Red Band marches through the downtown streets of Sweetwater during the Homecoming parade in Octo- ber. Clubs Stage band takes first Receiving a first place trophy, the 1974 stage band captured the seventh annual Texas Tech Stage Band Festival with two members placing as All-Star performers. Rick Ondrusek was named as the Out- standing Guitarist at the festival. Elton Smith received recognition in the All-Star Stage Band on trombone. Mike Patterson, Steve Whizenant, Cathy Williamson and Charlotte,Pridemore leave the band hall after one of those long rehearsf als. Director for the band vvas Pat Patterson. 72 Clubs l Freshmen Choir sounds out music Members of the freshman choir ibelovvl are: ifirst rowl Sandra Williams, Tammy Stevens, Angie Ornelas, Kim Hook, Dehonna Wise, Pam Hartgraves, Windy Ludlum, Deb- bie Gossett, lsecond rowl Sherry Batteas, Linda Landers, Tammy Taylor, Carol Car- michael, Dee Ann Butler, Joliann Boyer, Ginger Braswell, Rhonda Ratliff, Kelly Deck er, ithird rowl Mario Gomez, Mitchell Swaim, Cheryl Ward, Jamie Tomlinson, Teresa Johnson, Kendall Mobley, Jill Fea- gan, Karen Reece, Mary Esther Gomez, Rob- bie Perdue, ifourth rowl Wesley Box, Pete Aguilar, Elizar Martinez, Tony Hernandez, Tony Heredia, Greg Gavit, Glen Shirley, Tommy Tabers, Joah Henry, Dusty Gart- man, Jeff Stein, Aubrey Todd, and Freddy DeLeon. Choir director Frank Mc- Donald lleftl directs contest music for the freshman choir. Wendy Ludlum, ibottom leftl pianist for the freshman choir, plays contest music. Members of the freshman choir ibottoml sight-read some new music. 45, .. es Chanteurs march at halftime Combining the top upperclass- men voices the SHS choir prac- tices for district contest and their trip to Galveston. The Les Chanteurs sold candy and held bake sales to raise money for their trips. Individuals in solo and ensem- ble contests traveled to Snyder in lVlarch for their district compe- tition. The choir presented a Christ- mas program of songs in Decem- ber in an afternoon assembly and an evening program. Frank lVlcDonald ltopl choir di- rector leads Les Chanteurs in singing "Cantabo Domino." The lVladrigal of the Les Chanteurs choir received a rating of one at con- test held in Snyder. Les Chanteurs lbottoml practice marching for their Homecoming game halftime performance. 74 Clubs McCoy, Julia Pepper, Teresa Carlton, Brent Howard, Jay Lawrence, Scott Fraley, itop rowi Chris Davidson, David Lackey, Sam White, Terry Briscoe, Dick Dowell, Mike Hensley, Mack Dressler, Mark Stewart, Alfred Hunt, Alan Lackey, Curtis Stewart, Philip Hayes, Ansel Kelly, and Scott Wisdom. Clubs 75 76 Competition I Competition . . . see . . .see Dick. . .see Dick run.. .see Dick run fast. . . run Dick run. . .cro country . . . mile relay. . . ninety yard touchdowr . . . not as easy as it seems . . . practice . . . patieno . . . anxieties. . . butterflies . . . starting guns. . . mile of agony . . . sheer agony . . . football . . . the un-thing . . . hard work . . . practice. . . no. .. I M . tllg 2' .-J.: 1 . ,',.,AIJ,.f.. -il-. V:-Quin. , 1 lv 5,4 ,tl X- fill? -1 rj E IIII - 5 it xf 1, f ' une. . .we're still behind you etball . . . dribbling. . . shooting. . . .running . . . conditioning. . . the of t t ' I b g.. t gt tfth lp t h lly ma TQ l l i .iL:,l,,., 4,51 , Cheerleaders inspire Mustang spirit revival Amid red crepe paper, tempera paint, and colored balloons, the 1973- 74 cheerleaders boosted Sweetwater athletics. The cheerleaders were re- sponsible for arranging the pep rallies and decorating the gym. With the gift of the victory bell by the seniors, the cheerleaders were given the responsibility of ringing the bell at the games. The cheerleaders practiced after school working out their yells and gymnastic routines. Mustang mascot, Hilary Randall lupper righti joins in singing the fight song. The 1973-74 varsity cheerleaders ibot- tom, left to rightl are: seniors, Jan Fea- gan, Kim Ellis, juniors, Liz Cupp, Kip Un- derhill, sophomores, Frankie Ellis, Sherry Rowan, and mascot Hilary Randall. Boosting spirit at SHS football and bas- ketball games are cheerleaders lfar right, top to bottoml Jan Feagan, Kip Underhill, Frankie Ellis, Liz Cupp, and Sherry Rowan. V H fx ill Q f IIQ,-A Q 1. 'wil vi T L' o:.4f:T,r:2'1 'f' V 'v 1, lg, il Aidlng Pony athletes were freshman cheerleaders: Angie Ornelas lupper leftl, Lydia Palacios lmldclle leftl, Jill Fea- gan ltop centerl, Rhonda Rat- liff lcenterl, and Tammy Tay- lor lbelowl. The 1973-74 freshman cheerleaders lbot- tom,l Tammy Taylor, Angie Ornelas,Jill Feagan, Rhonda Ratliff, and Lydia Palacios. ci... fp- -1 . X ir for 3 513,54 NM ,G gi, vm Mustangs 13 0 0 14 9 14 8 3 10 2 -R 1973 Record Abilene High Brownwood Andrews Monahans Lakeview Dunbar Brownfield Estacado Colorado City Lamesa Opponents 15 40 14 13 0 17 21 21 3 33 11:3 .1 9- .fr - , .,, r 12 - ,LQ-.-'iJ'f'.' Twig f r"ffifV'Qf" Vw V jk f frvjmr ?,- 1:f'1 ' r 1--,-4:-e-L1 :K . , ,' '.-5. ,- .i,. . .4 ,. ,. E3::1L.'.1. ' "L'f9-1'-vqwfgfrq-Tl ' Jw . ffeei fan' 1, -- Q-f1'1'f-4 f ' 1 2- fu -Aw 1 -Q ' fmgzr' ' i - 1 i 1' Q :in ,A . ,. - ., mv.i.::,,, ,, . .. ,, , if, ,- -- - , . V-5 .vor-ZA. -Z 11 - ' ,TE . 3:1 1. .H 'S ESM 'faire r . I.. . X-.W lose SHS defeats overshadow wins Drive, determination and frantic, last minute futile attempts summed up the 1973 football sea- son for the Sweetwater Mustangs. The Mustangs opened the season with great en- thusiasm and spirit against the Abilene Eagles, but fell by a narrow 15-13 score. Coach Charles Lynch lfar leftl urges Mustangs on in close contest with Abilene. Rusty Foreman lleftl shows great excitement over a Mus- tang touchdown. Varsity builds pre-game spi- rit to a fevor pitch before the season opening clash with Abi- lene. K K -If if ln ,gs ww 'df' ' ' Competition 81 5 S sneaks by Lobos The Mustangs for the '73 season are lleft to right, bot- tom rowl Santiago Bugarin, Jim Vic Oatman, Jim All- dredge, Willie Marshall, David Smith, Craig Diddle, Arnold Palma, and Paul Scott. lmid- dle rowl Brad Willingham, Gerald Palafox, David Hicks Alan Lackey, Mike Ewing, Stanley Mulanax, Tom Doss, Rusty Foreman. ltop rowl Randy Rowen, Joe Donnel- ly, Michael Montgomery, Dancy Hager, Mark Stewart, Walt May, Billy Utley, Bar- ry Teel, Butch Sims, and Steve Mobley. ':,j, 'L, ' 2' .',-, any 58 b "N M Lf y APM ft .N.V,,- , Lib A 1 ff! ,g v -Lv, 1 M .E .,., A 1 iwwile - -v.-5',.k, x-.V 1.-em-r ?4'l , 'W' .r Q - ': , a' QTL' ' .' 1, . "Q"W"",. - f' -'f.v..,3 'i:fkL.' -'j .1p1,., 1 jqf A.. ., ,. -, 7. ' ,Z ,,. ,. ,.,. 1, I W , '-m,.,b' ap. ,is 5. LQ I." ', . , if .1 . Elmgvgnf , -. , .1 . lm,-v', U , ,IJ ,QU V ,, f1Q".3"4i:,,,-MC'-xi mi: V Y ' ,A - " uf- ' ' , Qt, .1 ,fn r , ,... Y Y ., ,A ,, 'Iii' I A 5 ' f w . 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The Mustangs got on the scoreboard early in the first quarter. A 13-yard field goal capped an eight-play drive highlighted by a 53-yard pass from Sims to Steve Mobley. The Mustangs picked up their second win of the season as they edged San Angelo Lakeview 9-3. Mustangs break through the big sign preceeding the Lake- view game lfar left, topl. Steve Mobley l84l lfar Iow- er leftl reaches out to catch an interception. Tom Doss l30l llower leftl does a good job of tackling a Lakeview chief. Stanley Mulanax l44l watches on with hope of a Sweetwater first down lleftl. Coach Charles Lynch lbe- lowl sends in a play with Brad Willingham l40l against Esta- cado. Gerald Palafox l85l looks on as Tom Doss l30l drives up the middle against Lake- view. Doss along with Willy Marshall l20l, were named honorable mention on the All-District Football Team, selected by the coaches and sports writers. Competition 85 C-City falls to Big Redf Lamesa buries Mustangs Taking the opening kickoff at Col- orado City the Mustangs drove to a 25-yard field goal by Butch Sims to take a 3-0 lead. Big Red never relinquished the lead as they went on to win the defensively fought game 10-3. Tom Doss scored the Mustangs lone touchdown on a short run in the third quarter. A safety late in the fourth quar- ter was the only offense Sweetwa- ter could muster against powerful Lamesa as the Tornadoes rolled over the Mustangs 36-2. The dis- trict champion Tornadoes were ranked third in the state in Class AAA at the time of the game. The outmanned SHS defense could not stop the strong Lamesa run- ning game. Thanking the student body for their support lrightl Head Coach Sonny Everett speaks at the Lamesa pep rally. Mustang defensemen lbe- lowl Walt May l60l, Allan Lackey i32l and Tom Doss l30l close in on the Lamesa quarterback. Quarterback Butch Sims i15l ibottoml runs the op- tion around left end. Willie Marshall i2Ol ltop far rightl gains short yardage in a losing cause against La- mesa. Referee lfar rightl keeps a close eye on wide receiver Steve Mobley. After a frustrating defeat Mike Ewing l75l lbottom far rightl helps Michael Thomas i47l off the field. ,qu J' If -Ii i ' ' Diff 951 .--ken-. 4 j -. 1 v g , . I af' 5 .1 ' Fw 31,31 ,ij , .2-,sexv-.1eaTxg.,.5.-A-' - tl.. ' I V'5 Show ability, spirit The Junior Varsity for 1973 was iabove top fowl Brent Howard, Gary Hayes, Rollie Jamison, Paul Wilson, Kenny Harrelson, Dav id Chancellor, Jackie Utley and Jeff Teel. imiddle rowl Zeke Palma, Tony Grimaldo, Richard Griffith, Monty Rotan, Curtis Goin- za and Jimmy Porter- lbottom rowl Randy Borders, Torrey Wetsel, Randy Birkla, Rob- ert Squires and Tony Tharp. Quarterback Robert Squires l12l lrightl starts to throw a bomb for a quick Mustang gain. 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W -L f1A.?,g 1 ' ici- A ' 7,5325 1 'fe.,f. ' " , 7 :v.:g, .- ' H, sf g flu E". C532 .P 'kk 1, U SM 1' ' 1- ff? 1 1 3 - 1':51',' x "5 1 'Fe J 3 gk -5. ,- Q Pi, "1"lal L- 1 521, .W --ff , Cagers struggle to 3-18 The Mustang cagers struggled through a very tough 3-18 season. The leading scorer and rebounder was Mike Mont- gomery, and he also was placed on the All-District team. Alfred Hunt l'l2l, top, tries to get an extra point on the board when the Mustangs need it most. David Chancellor l10l, middle left, shows his shooting ability while Tom Doss l30l looks patiently on. Coach Elliot, middle right, watches carefully while his Mustangs are in practice, to see if he can locate their weak points. The Mustang roundballers for the '73-'74 season were, ltop rowl Daniel Johnson, Michael Montgomery, Carroll Kearney, Alfred Hunt, and John Bryant. Second rovv, Tom Doss, Steve Mobley, Roger Connell and Armando Gomez. ,sw . .540 .5 . 42 R M JJ ,Q l ,,: 3 ei 5 . . Y 'L J 4 4 4 Roger Connell l34l, top tries for a charity toss to even the score in a Mustang battle. Tom Doss l3Ol, middle left, shows his shooting skills in a pre- game warm up. Alfred Hunt, middle, believes practice makes perfect as he de- monstrates his free shot techniques during a weekday practice. Carroll Kearney l42l, far right, tries for a defenders re bound. Mike Montgomery bot tom, the Mustangs leading scorer and rebounder, takes time out during practice to show off. l l i lui 1-Affc nior Va Mustang Junior roundballers w promise for next r's season. The JV's a season of 8 losses 12 big wins, with cky Johnson sewing as ding scorer and ounder. hui MUSTANG5 pn! hat rsity Cagers show promise The Junior Varsity cagers, top, for the '73-'74 season David Chancellor l1Ol bot were, top row left to right Reggie Jackson, Mickey Hayes, tom right, fights to remove Alan Lackey, Micky Johnson, Donnie Morris, Jimmie Riech, the ball from a defender's Scott Fraley, and Zeke Palma. The second row is David hands. Chancellor, Johnny Epps, James Thompson, Keith Moore, Marvin Eskew and Max Headrick. Alan Lackey l32l bottom left makes a sure two, but David Hodges is there just in case help is needed. Competition 93 x - .A Frosh ha ve Mustangs best season The "Mighty Freshmen Ponies" car- ried the best season record of all the Mustang cagers. They had 16 wins with only three losses. Pete Aguilar and Bruce Allen were the top re- bounders while Aubrey Todd averaged 17 points per game. Gary Epps tries for two, ltop leftl, but there seems to be a mix-up. Marcus Box and Mark Oliver stand near by. Philip Orr tries to out-jump his opponent top right at the beginning of a Pony game. Aubrey Todd lcenterl makes a dash for a quick two points. Marcus Box is close behind in case help is needed. The Mustang Ponies lbottoml for the '74 ,Elf season were: Aubrey Todd, Pete Aguilar, Mark Oliver, Bruce Allen, Marcus Box, Wes- ley Box, and Gary Epps. Second row: Tony Heredia, Tony Hernandez, Philip Orr, : Freddy DeLeon, Pat Ellis, David Graham, Gary Pruitt, and Sam Kearney. 1 l ' 2 W. f , L. 1 1 - , Q W 1 Z. L ' , 'leaf' 4' ' ,Eg S .,, : E 1 KWH ' Lf 4 . ,, " 'l k rl I w, 1 3 ' I , L.. .,'1. :Q-'- V r' V-E. , ,liaise , . ' "F -L IM . J wwf' fiwuff pf-:gf-' :L A w: fl' ' L.. gl rv 'K lL53"'Iz'jy Iwf?YE5.'f5p 1 IQ-Ji-11-.., . -Wfnnl'-1 QI5,gT'fJ Q, V I. 'ml Qilfp my Jan- 1- - T9H ?fT": r'. ' :la z-'TU '. E1 'A hM1l'j"j xl ,HQ .H JZ.- Af., '-115 vu V I I-+ 'Q :. V lib- ' :.,1J g,..P , ,?.?fgL, ff1' - min! ' 9Q55i-1 '4 1 3 5 5 'WS' vw g , V k. X f ,Kg 'Q'-... az . , . , 'L 3 .K w. . . iv f-En- ' ,. . .Fw - ,, cga, 2 : ,. .HN v al ' f::.-- 'EEF- g HEEL , n ,fri-i R. ,i H -I "-2 F. va- '-, fe 4 W 2.51.2 E -I ww, miaiwir . - 1 '.g 1 Z ,. B 1 H. .1 I i, A .:. n sy yi. pi 1 1 f 2' L gktm i JA F -. :hp Z - :ze :J I 2. '.. A -W N AL '-.L 534522 r - ww, Q' jfi? N 'Egg-11 11 - ' ,- 1, .fix-AQ' : n ,lf V 11 -1 1- nw-.+.L,fn4:,f1-, 45,-U Lf ,.- ., ' :-as -jr..-5-.j 2 H-1.5!-,,. ,:1..1,,x ' fi. 'a" L' 4. "1,",'.'f'L':M N 53535 '52, X , E E1 1 .f -' L - .-i - 1 "fi , Q.. - r 4 YL Spikers seek title The Mustang volleyball team won third at the Abilene tournament with Patty Armstrong holding a spot on the All Tournament team. The Mustangs ran over Colorado city junior varsity. They split matches with Abilene High to lose, and had a final win over Breckenridge to clinch the trophy. Rhonda Rufhn hoplefd shows her serving technique against the Colorado City Wolves. Rhonda was high scorer at the Abilene Tourna- :nent Coach Sparkman, bottom left, w her mighty red team destroy the Snyder A MUSTANGS! ! ! !! Look our gers with hopes for district wins. Snyder here we come!! The Mighty Mustang Volleyballerg Sharon Brittian and Joni Salmon, lmiddlel huddle before the tom rightl share the happiness of the Snydermdn, overSnyden H EAAAAAAAAAAAAAA , , w l X Volleyball team takes third Cheryl Doss, Sharon Rose, and Paulette Bemenderfer ltop rightl are going to make sure the ball stays in the air. Patti Malone and Kim Hook ltop leftl served the Mustangs as faithful and helpful managers. Here they were so interested in the game they forgot to start the clock. Joni Salmon lmiddle rightl tries to take care of the set given her by Delores Torrez. It seems the Mustangs just didn't try hard enough because they were defeated by the Eagles, in a three game split. Patty Armstrong lmiddle Ieftl is some- what disgusted with herself over a lost point, but the Mustangs went ahead and pulled out is aw, t a victory over the Ballinger Bearcats. The Mustangettes F their biggest win of tt season over the Snydq Tigers. The volleyball never let up and their true power came shin through with the held the excited fans. The next win came over B linger when Jolene WI saved the Mustangs wi ten big points consect 98 Com petiton tively' I I Y 4 , JL, 13, r r V , '2 ,fm-iw 'Vw L. ,r 1 Y w , gn' mf: 1 W-, 4 J . -.9 4 G v Q16- -, ig- --. 'i?,,, 4 I W I T-f":s-- ,M -U wg -. ..-.. N, M535 .-,Haw ...L- , -. J , L 4 111 ,fun ld ji 1 4- P . ,i2, N , A ,-W 5,-W Tun-'Shir' N ,,, , . ,N Q' 'A' ' , 1 , 1 ' ,Us 'W 'H ' T.: 9, ,J " I . . ,-'.gL.M 'LW ,JL-Ld "31.wg1 aQ.mf f.3j Lqlw.. , "I .-1ge'."',f JUN 'wa' 'w 72- 2: , 1, Y 'Y ' -tw 'Ulu-.1"JT,L I .L ,41 V .W .1 1 ' H .-T' .f L" . ,J ' , , , , , , '::.,' : ww ,ag f-.,.'!' "'g ,EJ 'E' ' H., H, . . . uw-.,ii . l why 'S' ' Q ' FJ' .-,,"-..Tf1', 1 1,1191 1 --1-Jn gf,-siffflfiQJy"i"'Fff31 as QQL, , ,.,,.- .5.,. .. LH .9 H Mali. I 'J F " 2 Jv- H - M . F -:L :1,i5.v Y 'IIN jlqairm , " I 1 I . 11- aiaiai... EQ 201 M-V 'a ...N L JEIP1 1: 1 ' -f' 'il 'M -'E N 5- -5 '- ,. 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Competition 101 Tracksters attend meets 102 Competition f Qin.. WiW5w 2. -.ah-. - ,wiv gw W ,,,, V ,, , , l w V . , -V , 5:gvua...s.3 if -ora ,Mil-,..-,, . 1-Q g l f 7 . .NWN ,dir-"z 1 ., wr a- . , ,. ,,. K TW 4 fi 4' m N N va-1 W 33 :M Uv- rd 'Tl' Q "W"'?'4 ' , if : ' , ,-.Q-'gsm-f 3. ,WIN -X , .' 'M .A ..' 'L 1 x' , ""WTllM." ww ,E M 493-" ,y'ffF I L H -A , '5.:i'5 fir' iQ".7'kq L42,:7.:-USZQ5' f. , . -." K. .Y." V .v, ,,,.'4 'm'-.H-.'1 -15-1-'L' ' - , x,f5Q5"1s.'-V5.1',.++T+wf. ' -, 'a V '- . x -i:f:e.'-rx-'g4.g ' 'ZQLL' li'-' T .. 'Z Pt?" T' If" " .-:'A1?i.v'9L-Wlfgf wa- -5: .Lf ' , V,g1f3f5,,sg ' ,.,q.i'5g,-f.fji..Q:-.3 ww" ' QW' ' f .V - J., ' 1.-rf ,, . .Lf-'m 1-7 . V .- If 5 if , , -,1-s.Ng.,f.. r xg , N .ff 'iE.5.:.,-4, f,, 1-. 'fu ',-F1931 -'1-1-Aff - :Nl ' , 'P,a:f-nt" . - .- ' 'Mk' -swam: . 1 ' , , gl:-.-:g..,: --Ju:-4-v, 1 fx wt, I 1: 5 ...M - A m -., 2 15. .1 52 .47.41 - H: Lg 'ki' . ai-3:g i"'-.s',g,. ,gtfifffv-' . '-'..EfY, "f 2 H 455 sg., if N.. 1. 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'iiwf A . W -dev Q -. .Q-'ff - Q!!! it ' .nz- raw ,V wi ll QQ- I qv . ,,,.-Amr " -1-f f, .ME I- A Q., g fl. L - 'thx 5. '4 1 . ,J ag g lllgpm "' N " 'Q Kill' Golfers drive for the Sky The 1973-74 golf sea- son opened with the Sweetwater High School team attending many tournaments. They attended San Angelo, Ab- ilene, Midland, and An- drews tournaments, plac- ing third at Andrews. With only two return- ing letterman, the team won the District 3-AAA championship and placed second in Regional com- petition. Terry Bruner lleftl uses his great ability to line up a putt. Mike Hensley llower Ieftl attempts to chip his ball on- to the green. Brad Hawley and Ronald Wise lbottom rightl prac- tice their putting. Competition 105 12? 2 'm ' a L . j xt 1 U ,. m ww , Hu .NMI " ...- Q.. ,. .3 f ff Golf takes third at Andrews Mark Martin ifar leftl con centrates on making his putt. Craig Carmichael taps his ball to complete his putt, while David Hale looks on ifar left, bottoml. ' Sammy Smith ibottom Ieftl swings hard for a long drive. Terry Briscoe ileftl prac- tices his chipping ability. Jay Lawrence lbelowl eyes the ball as he swings. Competition 107 ' H.. H H , HH MM H HBH W !'. v 4 I , Q Ea, w 'H L - IQ H if H I -Wg" i m? W. af gf' ' 'ieiu' W WEE ag , 1.3 . : a J 1 " :Ei-We-WL. , , -:QQ ff, X L-ww ,1 5,1 f"f.fE Huff :i'5' - E1 .. 'HQ--- 2 WE ji V XM ' 2,3 V Yfs.H V W Ex ,,,' K , fm A . , E A is ' Q 'S Q 'E' E M '55 .I N ,Z R, . EE- .. '-: ws, ' - Www Nam xa mi EEA M- if w A w w A 1 w s v' V ff 4 . -:fa 1 1.4 .ng 11 L. ,. -1 'f ,- A my Egtk .Eng . . ,L ,,,- M Tv' aigwgp g:1fgs.E-4 'gif' 2 lit! -' Z ,f A Wiwgx. pymjlpjwlgff H ' f 1.131 f fxs-2.,1TH'N-1?-J:,,J1 '- 'Q' -9115 M"jgfl3'1T"i,g .W ML M A T ,. W W ' x .71 w 1 r v if I x Jw etters continue victories - 1 - -,', W?-1-A - .W .- if i ax ' 3 l , Fw l' . . I.. ,mg-.gig 'eil gtg-'sf 49- V 'W' .'-g fi . t i 'r V, -.,.'4H y N W ' E - ,:i.g.Q.,,2fiQ!' - Q - . Nl' '.fL -fr-55-.-1.2 T "" Fiwv tr:-vs H '.fT"-2 4 t. N 1 iff. AL Qlig. if . ff new- ' T' ' ,-"' 'V-1'-il ZF-'s' -Q f 1 f aI':,- ' J -Wg, ,.- : .. 'VZ ' 4 e- 'S . -as Y 3 Qi, -. , : lr" ' " "7 . ' Q 5. ,-A 'Z ,i,- -,z"""""'f, . ii nf' 1 . iff'-'---G-fa ....- ----A -. --s. In early season action, the Sweetwater tennis team took several impres- sive victories in dual matches. The boys con- tinued to dominate their opponents while the girls improved with each match. Coach Fred Scott said he was very pleased with the early efforts of the team. Carl Finke lfar rightl serves an overhead smash. Gary Morrison lrightl makes a sharp forehand re- turn. Tara Chancellor lbottoml reaches out to score points, while Patty Reece looks on. Patty Reece lbelowl uses the backhand return effective ly. Competition 109 Tennis Team sets sights for district Coach Scot't's netters played a round-robin schedule with District 3- AAA teams. Varsity netters included: Lance McWilliams, David Sissom, Johnny Kuss, Gary Morrison, Carl Finke, Jeff Headrick, Patty Reece, Tara Chancellor, Denise Hunt, Jan Feagan, Teresa McWilliams. Scoring a forehand shot is Denise Hunt lleftl. Returning a high lob is Gary Morrison lbelowl. Mike Brentz lbottom middlel serves to a Lamesa opponent. Johnny Kuss lbottom rightl eyes the ball as he serves. N s l 3 ,gn l-11" -1'-uf-a.Lr,,,..., . -E ,is Y-:ft-ra--11 .W .:.Y. 5, it - .. L in 1' '-2 l . E I -. i 5. -15 Q5 l 2'-aff? ,.-ff '-,,,.- ,-,Q 4, w.. win "-. -i' ' i E. il I 5,1 . 'IU-T. 151-?1..l, l .-V ' -gm il ji. , li... , --1.-' nu 1'- ',.! .Fi U 'Ne A V ,Y-, H "5 W 1 if - 'f"s5.xx:,. W ",' 53 Ti 5 , Ji ' N ..--L I X :QA K 1 v -,, V 1 gl k'x 5 ' ..,. LAX I . v ' 2 , .- ii iw sq: X A l',,Y-all .5 in MM?--:I ,.' f ,f.,f, ' 4 Y fn 'R -an 2 R 1, 1 wg N ' - iw f , '. : ' 1 . . 1 v4'1'-531, M". ' -A ,, .n ,,:. I .An V, . 's - - -h-, f ,. V 1 'Z .:'Hg-:aL.j.11-- U '-Z'1 , '- ' ' ' ? J.-5.1.1.-.,. .,..,,- , five' ' Tara Chancellor iupper lef'ti stoops low to rack up points. Jeff Headrick iabovei swings in disgust after missing a shot. Mike Brentz approaches a backhand shot ifar Iefti. Jeff Headrick ileftl eyes his Lamesa opponents shot. Competition 111 F ' Curriculum... well . . .here we are.. .drox ing in a sea of trigonometry formulas . . . Engli literature . . . Spanish Ill . . . American history all over again . . . research papers . . . book repu ...busy work. . . notes. . . notes. . . notes. . films . . . homework running out the ears . . . tl 112 Curriculum that . . aren' a change. . . for some dumb reas i 's he eac er . t s 9 t I t h rthit...butth ime we re IllIIlII Q ffff'f- f FW f Admin istra tion sets school standards Along with taking care of the af- fairs of Sweetwater High School and setting school standards, the high school administration also took time to participate in various school activi- ties. Many problems were brought to the hands of the school board, where they were discussed and worked out. One such problem was the dress code, which the school board managed to change to suit the needs of the stu- dents. ltop Ieftl John White, assistant superin- tendent, of Sweetwater High School is shown as he attends one ofthe school board meetings. lbottom rightl Jimmy Waddell looks on as Dr. Pace expresses his ideas on the school dress code. lleftl Truett lVlobley, assistant principal at SHS is shown as he calls the absentees for the day. 114 Curriculum A . v I v A A l Jef, if 'F ai ,aiu V V 1.74, ' 2 ja' ..: ,-.1 - ol S. V. Box Pat Conner Frank Davis Virginia Faver Wanda Ham Truett Mobley itop lefti The office secre- taries at Sweetwater High School are shown as they go about their usual day's work of answering the telephone, taking messages, and checking enrollment. lbottom leftl Frank Davis and Mrs. Wanda Ham, counse- lors at Sweetwater High School, are shown looking over a student's transcript. lrightl Pat Conner, the homebound teacher at Sweet- water High School, is shown as she helps a small child with her English work. Curriculum 115 P.E. acquires f athletic skills Students involved in any type of PE course were given the opportunity to participate in various sports such as tennis, football, volleyball, golf, and basketball. Nlrs. Sparkman gave her PE girls a physical fitness test at the beginning of the school year and again at the end of the year to see how much each girl had improved in various athletic skills. ltop rightl Sandra Williams, Susan Young, and Patricia Taylor, some of Mrs. Spark- man's P.E. girls, look on as Willie Ford de- monstrates the proper way to kick a foot- ball. lbottom rightl Varsity football players are shown as they play in one of the district games. '2 CD -is 3 U Q, 5. Q. Q m va 5 -K CD ro C -x 3 va D3 -h Q3 ua 1-9- en Q -Y 4 fn af' "E-,- ,fs match . w'.i. 1. gt I rl, Coach Wilson Elliot Mrs. Phil Sparkman ang given to him by his opponent in a tennis l 1' -f 11, . 2 . I i i I Te . F Xli l ' ' . M ' L," xv N I I iyimm l kt l 1 31 tilt fl it at l l 'f""ll...g.s..., . lzfrt-isa.,-'v..-... . 3. mtg sf lanitors, ca feteria- workers aid kids The custodians at Sweetwater High School helped in many ways from keeping the class- rooms neat and orderly to helping distressed stu- dents open their lockers when they failed to get their combinations right. The cafeteria workers were also an asset to the school, for it was their job to cook and prepare lunches for the teachers and students throughout the year. ltop leftl Custodians at Sweetwater High School were Manuel Heredia, Jess Talbot, J. D. Martinez, Carmen Mart- inez, Mrs. Moreen Bowen, and Charlie Bowen. lmiddle leftl Lunchroom workers at Sweetwater High School were Mrs. Jerry Red- wine, Mrs. Eloise Price, Mrs. Ellen Hoskins, Mrs. Moreen Bowen, Mrs. Hunt, and Mrs. Dickson. lbottom leftl Other lunch- room workers at Sweetwater High School were Mrs. Marie Cowan, Mrs. E. L. Hollaman, and Mrs. Wilton Hayes. Curriculum 117 Louise Bollinger Rosa Wolfe Homema king cooks, sews Homemaking classes prepared girls for their future married years by teaching them the basic fundamentals in cooking and keeping house. The girls were also taught good grooming measures and how to care for small children. ltop rightl Susan Young is shown as she sews on a dress, which is one of her Home- making I. projects. lbottom rightl Tracy Gill shows Janett Alldredge how to set the timer on one of the ovens. lleftl Gloria Argumaniz is shown as she puts a zipper in a blouse that she is making. N gig--P www gmt 118 Curriculum H ll. Anne Spitler Clarence Smith Loucille Williams Ruth Reece Math solves problems Nlost of the math class periods were spent in learning various formulas, which the students used in working the problems given to them. Geometry class was conducted mainly on the basis of theory and logic. The students learned numerous postulates and theorems, which enabled them to work their ge- l ometry problems. . l Algebra I and ll stu- l dents worked throughout the year on problems e dealing with square roots, decimals, and graphs. l ' l ' lj Tanjua Bell and Tina Bost i ltop lefti are shown as they at ,l work on their Related Math l Il assignment. i Mrs. Loucille Williams ex- plains lbottom lefti to Joe Ed Franklin what he is doing 1 wrong in his geometry prob- lem. Curriculum 119 Business classes learn various secretarial skills Striving for speed and accuracy, be interested in working typing students spent their class per- as bookkeepers in the var- iods typing various drills and learning ious jobs they might ob- tain after finishing their education. Many students found shorthand quite confus- ing during the first few weeks of school, but be- fore long the students had mastered the short- hand rules. Most of the shorthand class periods were spent in taking dic- tation, which required great writing speed. numerous typing techniques. Mrs. Breeding stressed the point to her students that all of them would not be expected to type at the same level. Each student should type at his own rate, and progress steadily, gradually increasing his speed and reducing his errors. Mrs. Lynch taught her bookkeep- ing students the basic fundamentals used in keeping ledgers and accounts. The bookkeeping course was pro- vided for those students who would 1 f: '-' ,w- , , -'W nl, " Ut V. ' . .Wiilif :Sta l 316 . I Y.'.tf':'i1gv.' . i 1 ',il,.l1n4.' fu 1- -1-,:. -- V ' 1,.'!iQ ,fi vit, ,gg . 1.3 "Tx, 4 ri --mm 1 .3 .L hr. :x:.., 1 ,.,,'- ill -:LV -, , V . 1 Ji.,-f.. lm i - . eg ailfsai--:. ffiiii-1 if L. fi, 'Q .. 1, ' . ,mai . 1 . '- ' X21 " .'. " .-:f"C'-il' '- , 'J i 'T 'I-"y ' - .g,', sr. . , -, vw., :M l 1 l a ,. l . ll cw, ii' , .f.'-wi... , . .4 lr I. L M I . . S , .raeal Carla Langley lbottom leftl finishes her Karen Morgan lbottom typing assignment while Walt May finds time rightl works steadily atan to catch up on some lost sleep. assignment given to her book- keeping class. 120 Curriculum .V , . .f- 91' 'B fa LaNlaryIis Breeding Zelma Hulse JoAnn Lynch Nelda Olvera I F l H ' in , ,ii A' 'J ffl 0 Q-lu six A ,--L. 5, dents. Barry Teel and Roger Con- nell ltop middlel look on while Tom Doss adds up some figures for their book- keeping assignment. Mrs. Lynch ltop rightl pre- pares a test to give to her stu- Sherma McCoy lbottom leftl finds an adding machine comes in handy in doing many of her bookkeeping problems. Barbara Proctor lbottom middlel looks over her book- keeping assignment for the next day. Curriculum 121 Art and music kids display talent The art classes worked busily throughout the year on various proj- ects such as water coloring, ceramics, and oil painting. The Les Chantuers and Freshman A Capella choirs started out the year working on Christmas music and pop selections. Beginning in January both choirs began to look forward to con- tests, when they worked on the same piece of music steadily. But it's all worth it when they get that first divi- sion. Everything from evening marching practice to sponsoring a band festival kept the members of the Mustang Band occupied during the year. ltop rightl Frank McDonald, Les Chan- tuers and freshman choirs director, leads the freshmen in a song. ibottom rightl Mrs. Perdue critically ex- amines Emma Burnet's water-color picture. ibottom left! Terry Cox, one of the band members chosen to compete for state, prac- tices on his baritone. Pat Patterson rr ,S ,L No.1 if s --.-..., 1-qui, .1--uv Speech, Spanish, and drama practice Speech and drama clas- ses spent most of the year writing and giving speeches, and doing vari- ous plays and skits before audiences. Spanish classes worked busily during the year trying to perfect their pronunciation of the Spanish language. Journalism students were kept very busy put- ting out the Pony Express regularly, and also attend- ing various workshops and conventions through- out the area. ltop leftl Curtis Goza and Jay Bost are shown as they work on an assignment in their Spanish class. lbottom Ieftl Chris David- son practices some lines in his Drama class. lbottom middlel Vicki Frazier is shown working on a story she is writing for her Journalism class. Curriculum 123 English classes draft themes Along with learning the basic fun damentals of grammar, English IV students demonstrated their writ- ing skills in composing themes, es- says and research papers. Creativity was one of the main things stressed in English Ill classes. The students were required to write numerous essays and themes ex- pressing their own opinions con- cerning various topics. Preparing her students for their future years was one of the ideas Nlrs. Flozelle Norred had in mind when she gave her English Ill stu- dents the major assignment of writing a research paper on the type of work or occupation they wanted to pursue after finishing school. This assignment not only benefited the students in their writing skills, but it provided the opportunity for them to really start thinking and planning about what they wanted to do after com- pleting their educations. Reading short stories and novels such as "A Separate Peace," took up much of the English Il and English I class periods. Additional time was spent in the English lab where the students practiced their reading skill in reading various things such as poems and short stories aloud. Freddy DeLeon, ltop rightl Kathy Wil- liams, and Paul Davidson watch anxiously as Mrs. Patti Gross grades their English tests L. B. Taylor lcenterl observes his Eng- Iish Il class hard at work on a literature assignment. Clay Freeman lrightl takes time out from teaching English to participate in a skit at the Homecoming pep rally. 124 Curriculum ,Jr- Yi? Lydia Alvarado Patricia Groce Qi' M X 'Z Laura Jo McAfee Florence Norred L. B. Taylor as I ' ll 1' Kenny Harrelson lmiddle Ieftl puts his assignment on Mrs. Norred's desk. Tony Tharp, lmiddle rightl Keith Martin, and Scott Fraley practice read- ing their literature assign- ment in the English lab. Marvin Eskew lbottoml looks on while Mike Brentz supposedly explains an Eng- lish Il assignment to Sherry Luce. Curriculum 125 Biology kids cut up worms Nlost of the chemistry class periods were spent in taking notes, balancing equations, and doing labs relating to the various chemical reactions studied. Biology students were somewhat shocked when they were given their first worm to disect, but as the year progressed, most of them were able to disect the various animals given to them with little difficulty. Physical science students learned much about force and the mechanical advantage of work when they were re- quired to work numerous problems re- lating to these things. ibottom leftl Keith Brock and Elton Smith work busily on their chemistry assign- ment. ltop rightl Gary Hazard and Guy Jones are shown as they hurriedly look over their physical science notes in preparation for a test they are about to take. lbottom rightl Johnny Worner and Michael White read their biology assignment for the next day. Ll 1 1 fl lf: . , 126 Curriculum 9 .- i , . N, l :Ili - -A A gr? ' ' "" ewzupqwr Charles Haggard Dixie Haggard Judith Brentz -3-W," .P-if -, .. f -?i,F,- U nl gh. -bil' 133: 'X ' ,Egg -0 'lllmglllll 'GR me ' A - --H . i aa 2 ' ali qgqitq, .- ' 1' ' ' " ' J- f Wa- gd' ujifis- 3-vzf J, 3 gi' law, 7-A .f ,fri U' 5-"-fa., 1. . . - M, 'HI' .JW ' ' Q,1,..m -.Y . 531 lf-" If- , a.r,Lf 'x 7?-. , .4 11-- , ,, . Q, ., f-., x . wi MT C ,. ,. ,l A ...,,,..,, ,,r,. J. ,l l 3 --:Bere-'--: -, , , ,,,,,,,,, 4..,.,w- COACH u nc: is AR urs io in mm M A si- ii . - few M1111 'vw I , fluff" J my - paw . Qirmiw is I' A I , Mfg N'-,.,,E:,: - i i 'l 2, 'aiu .-:rig ' g 1 . Hawaii ' yas.- affmm-1 aw-rf Q. 225' Mwi' .,,:f'.1lj'a'L3 ,Pi '. - ii yn i--'H-.-I gn is mr: - , .Ze 1, 1 ig ibm:-gi ii -' 3:- --4.,:..'-55 glsly,-V eg , .--yi. -,-E - f- - -7i?a"--1'-3 ' Lf. -ff if Huge. -5 :SNK .Y -HQ., ' '- f-rpwqsff,':g 'I ,5 L," ,:' 1 'I gaze' : -111 7. g-, , -' l I , 'Iver if .r .1 ,I 4' J , l iii, . demo:-we i, . use li L 0" i J H -qs., r 1 ,. ,fi W gl i if i ls L., I il f . Arc , i ' 4. Jw , J ,gl fda- sq We 1 3516-1525 , ,r , , I. 15-' N th I . r ll 3 F l f SE Bi , T-t E mil gf , v' -B , :i l'i K L IH l -I I W.,-.. . One major assignment given to each science stu- dent was a science proj- ect which dealt with something they had stud- ied in science. Sam Kearney itop leftl listens as Tony Ham explains how to work a science prob- lem dealing with the input and output of work. Sherry Rowan lmiddle rightl is shown getting a mi- croscope which she needs for her biology lab. Coach Charles Haggard lbottom leftl is shown as he demonstrates a physical science experiment to his c ass Curriculum 127 Vocational classes learn skills Along with raising and learning to care for animals, the ag students also participated in many ag conventions, and stock shows, where many won rib- bons for the excellent showing of their animals. Besides learning to make drawings for things that are to be built, drafting students also learned how to read stan- dard drawings that referred to engi- neering trades, which would aid them in any jobs they might obtain. Carpentry work was the main func- tion of the woodworking classes, where the students worked on numer- ous projects and made various articles out of wood. lbottom lefti Ricky Lewis and Arnold Palma are shown in their agriculture class. lbottom rightl Kenny Stewart and Lance McWilliams busily load some materials to be taken to the ag barn. ltop righti Tammy Bryant looks on as lVlr. Hefner explains a drafting problem to her. . it 128 Curriculum 'hr'- Billy Arpe James Fullwood Jim Gray John Linn Gary Rotan S EQ fbi is Iv, fl-165 ' I- -Him -ni-Y K , -1. . 1 Q ' 'FQ 9'1" 23.11 ,u'lx .I I I :li-n Students having DE or ICT spent part of each school day working at jobs acquired through their DE or ICT course. DE students worked at jobs which involved serv- ing the public, while ICT students worked at jobs which involved a trade or some sort of manual skill. ITop Ieftl Kerry Baker demonstrates a bicycle while working at his job at Western Auto. Ibottom leftl Ronnie Baker works on a project for General lVletaIs. Curriculum 129 Social Studies does research Concerned with government affairs, Coach Bridge's civics classes studied such things as the United States Con- stitution and the amendments to the Constitution. Along with doing maps, questions, and vocabulary words, geography and history classes occasionally took time out to see films on world affairs. All American history students were required to write a research paper on some topic which concerned the United States. lTop rightl Debora Guelker is shown tak- ing a test in her American history class. lbottom rightl Jerry Mayberry finds trou- ble in answering some civics questions. lleftl Coach Hall prepares the projector before he shows his history class a film on World War I. 130 Curriculum rd? Carlos Alvarado Dee Bridges as-fgifet BBB ,'-- QQ A' l Q 'C sl It . ". , i's : :955555 ltop leftl Jan Feagan and Russell Amos fund tnme to cut up rn their clvlcs class lbottom Ief-tl Tory Wetzel and Brent Howard look on as Mrs Patterson explains their geography assignment to them lrnghtl Coach Bridges gnves class notes to has clvncs class Curriculum 131 Classes . . . freshmen . . . sophomores . . ... and yeahhh . . .finally . . . seniors. . . so w does that mean . . . official future leaders of wl ever it was that we're supposed to be leading sg time . . . whenever . . . whatever it is . . .we'll it. . .and make it . . . we have to . . . after all. we are the new generation . . . the age of ten sp and back-to-nature fads . . . puppy dogs . . . boi ffffrrlijf , if 'W fir? N sweat, beers . . . ideas . . . fresh ideas. . . freaky ideas . . . feel- fine . . . feeling free to do whatever you want to . sometimes . . . being together . . . discover- how things work . . .just naturally messing and having a good time doing it. . . pending the week planning the weekend . . . we ouldn't change it. . . even if we could . . . Classes 134 Mobley leads class projects Finishing four long years of hard work, the senior class of '74 high- lighted their year with the annual trip to Six Flags. The seniors were led by Steve Mobley, president: Jer- ry Henson, vice-presidentp Pam Anz, secretary-treasu rerp and Tara Chan- cellor, reporter. The seniors sponsored a Christmas dinner to raise the necessary funds to take the 154 member class on their trip. As the tradition, the 1974 class left as their gift to the school a large victory bell mounted onto a chariot, to be pulled to football games. The bell was presented during the Home- coming festivities. Even though the four years seemed tiring and sometimes endless, many seniors will look back with sentimen- tal memories at Sweetwater High as they make their long journey into the future. , A F "T -'T-','l 'l l il ill -l l Seniors 'CIP Sue Acuna Elpedia Alcala Jim Alidredge Pam Anz Patty Armstrong Mike Ballenger Tracey Barfield Kay Baucum Bonnie Bedgood Loni Beggs Larry Bell Bobby Bentle Janie Bermea Cheryl Bius Teresa Bixler Terry Brice Jay Bost Becky Brim Sharon Brittain Keith Brock Seniors 135 Kenneth Brock . 3, 'FL Terry Bruner me Y- John Bryant lx -ef r s Nerissa Burleson e . Xt Ricky Carlton Scott Carr . ., Tx Tara Chancellor '44 . r gk I "7 Steve Clark Rod Clayton Margie Collins g -. Q. Roger Connell l Terry Cox 1 -- l ,S H A 1 'fr 5, Car-painting parties were held in front of the high school gym on most Thursdays before a game. These par- ties were followed by caravans that went by each football players house to show that the student body sup- ported their efforts for a victory. Seniors Holly Hughes, Jan Feagan, Tara Chancellor, and Patti Malone prepare for the trip to the Brownwood game. l 136 Seniors l ar-painting parties stimulate interest 'Ns ,.s.a-an Aubrey Crowley Susie Cullum Teresa Darnell Debbie Decker Diana DeLeon Cliff Dent Craig Diddle Tom Doss Charlie Ebarb Delia Espmo Jan Feagan Carl Finke Rusty Foreman Cindy Fraley Rodger Gavit Jo Gillespie Adelina Gomez Ruby Gomez Jennifer Goswick Diana Gray Seniors 137 Students combine efforts t Seniors Butch Sims and Ronnie Baker help decorate the senior hall Eddie Guelker Mark Guelker Susan Guelker Welton Guelker Dancy Hager Douglas Hardin Richard Harrelson Kim Harris Mitchell Hatcher Anita Healer Rob Hendrix Mike Hensley Jerry Henson Lucy Heredia Paul Hernandez Rebecca Hernandez David Hicks Kim Hicks Benny Hobbs Holly Hughes Nancy Houston Debra Jackson Bruce Johnson Natta Johnson Grady Jolley John Kuss Karen Lightfoot Lesa Liner Seniors 139 Spirit erupts during lunch The 1973-74 Homecoming week was one that will not be forgotton for many of the students at S.H.S. Crepe paper, signs, and balloons were seen in every hall, with the seniors winning the clam spirit con- test. The entire week was filled with spirit boosting activities, but it end- ed with a heartbreaking defeat by Lubbock Dunbar. Senior Gerald Palafox pounds out Mus- . tang chants in the lunchroom during Home- " 5' coming week. - 1' 140 Seniors Robbie Lively Paula McCollum Sherma McCoy Judy McCullough Barbara McDonnell Beth McGinley Gale McKee Lance McWilliams Starrla Macon Patti Malone Angie Martinez Annie Martinez Einar' as-z-' mf' sail ffvg, 'rr-if I . 'n-- V, Walt May Jerry Mayberry Pat Maxwell Eulalio Melendez Jerry Meneses Carla Mink Steve Mobley Lise Monde Robert Moore Gary Morrison Jeanne Nayfa Veda Nichols Shel ia Oden Lucinda Olvera Rick Ondrusek Gilbert Palacios Gerald Palafox Margaret Parker Mike Patterson Julia Pepper Seniors 141 Seniors prepare for future careers Ira Perry Diane Peterson Neil Pior Ricky Prather Gary Putman Joe Ramirez Mary Ramirez Jay Ramsey si L Martha Ratliff Nancy Ray Georgenna Rayburn Patty Reece Rhonda Ruffin, along with twenty l other girls, serves as an office girl. The girls receive one non-academic credit for their services. They pick up and ' file attendance rolls, deliver messages, 5'3f5'?' ' ' , record absentees, and assist the sec- " retaries. , ME i 'isis' V '+- Rhonda walks back to the office after deliveringamessage. ,l , ' 42 Seniors KN Seniors Lou Ann Rice and Terry Cox explore the mys tique of chemistry ll Ricky Reed Lou Ann Rice Susie Robison Jimmie Rose Rhonda Ruffin Joni Salmon Mona Scarbrough Clark Shamblin Fred Sharrock Charlotte Shifflett Jean Shifflett Butch Sims 144 Seniors David Sissom Karen Sledge Regena Stevens Joe Tatom David Thomas Doug Thompson Gloria Torres Billy Utley Edward Virgen Rhonda Waits Carla Wheeler Billy Whisenant Randy Wilkinson Brad Willingham Ronald Wise Anna Wood v"1" Ar fm- xi ' . -w I , tri lim. Ze" af J!! I Q . Janet Young Norlin Zimmerman Climb 'til your dream comes true! Often your tasks will be many, And more than you think you can do, Often the road will be rugged and the hills insurmountable too . . . But always remember, the hills ahead are never as steep as they seem, And with FAITH in your heart start up- ward, And CLIMB 'TIL YOU REACH YOUR DREAIVI. For nothing in life that is worthy is ever too hard to achieve If you have the cour- age to try it and you have the FAITH to believe. . . For FAITH is a force that is greater than knowledge or power or skill And many defeats turn to triumph if you trust in God's wis- dom and will For FAITH is a mover of mountains, there's nothing that God cannot do, So start today with FAITH in your heart, and "CLlMB 'TIL YOUR DREANI COMES TRUE!" Senior Cheryl Bius lmiddle rightl studies the different headline techni- ques used for the Pony Ex- press newspaper. Mary Ramirez lmiddle rightl works at the hospi- tal as a member ofthe ICT program. Jennifer Goswick lbot- tom lettl, head twirler, helps the cheerleaders pre- pare for the homecoming pep-rally. , lVlrs. Patti Groce lbot- tom rightl judges winner Steve Mobley in the Beard- growing contest during the Western Day activities. Elected as president of the junior class was Jeff Headrick lbelowl. In his first year as a class officer, Jeff helped organize paper drives, pen sales, and rummage sales. Serving with Jeff were irightl Paul Scott, vice-president: Vicki Frazier, treasurer: and Sheila Chesser, secretary. 146 Juniors -'L -'f,.'Ts11:fi?f:, . .rail I mars become upperclassmen Helen Abalos Otilia Alcala Vicki Axe Kerrie Baker Billy Ballard Linda Ballard Debbie Ballinger Lester Batteas Tonjua Bell Paulette Bemenderfer Toni Boles Gaylon Bond Randy Borders Tina Bost Keith Bowen Blake Box Debbie Branon Tommy Branon David Brazelton David Bright Terry Briscoe David Brown Darrel Bryant Emma Bumett Jolene White returns a serve in her vol- leyball class. Jolene, one of the star play- ers of the team, was the only sophomore to play varsity last year. 'Nlichael Montgomery takes a turn on the trampoline in a spare moment. lfar rightl Gary Burton Vicki Butler Osbaldo Cantu Craig Carmichael Paula Chaney Tim Chase Sheila Chesser Kay Clark Reggie Clark Louis Cornoyer Kenny Cowan Mike Cox Elizabeth Cupp Paul Dalton Chris Davidson Weldon Debusk 148 'Juniors , , , all - ""l lqs., K, 1f.','l-,' :Ki ' li'.g ll- ' , .5 ,,, ,I 1,,.,flr, 1 Milf,-:T Q., i N ill l .ll g..-V i. me rpg-l, 11 ll. N -H, l l lu l l :' ..- - ff' lv, 1. ll ll ll.. W I lm lf 1. Elin ,N Hmm ll H , l1'!'Illl"' WA ga, if I -1 l l ll , . Q , 751 ' 1 r V 1 Q 1 El li 4. L 1 I Q ni' ..,: 1 ,, ,g ': c- .ff l 1 I. -, f ' :-. . e .t.gl.l1w4-'.v b ig l J l 7 K lj: VM- 'il f fl: l 5 1 445 T Zv' i"ffu1' 'I47If,'Paa:-575.1 hill ,f' l ET. t no H" A ji ., 2 Ri 'f " 11. ' xyy' . F " y i vii . i fe S -seg -V F - , "' Q ,Q l ef , I Q-Q , e .Q I ' i iw , U IF. , ls! i l i K i ,N il Jerry De La Cruz Louis Diaz Renee Dodds Joe Donnelly Dick Dowell Kelly Estes Jo Ann Evans Janalyn Fennell Lester Fields Vicki Frazier Gladys Garcia Faith Geron Richard Gillette Marcy Glidden Bobby Gomez Curtis Goza gong awaited rings arrive Vickie Butler, Paula Chaney, l and Robert Wallis were among the juniors who ordered class rings. Ordered in September, the rings arrived before the Christ- mas holidays. Juniors 149 Debra Guelker Kathy Guelker Mark Guelker Danny Guiterriz Lupe Guiterriz David Hale Bruce Hamilton Kenny Harrelson Beverly Hazard 3 Shanna Head V Jeff Headrick I Ricky Heredia Diane Hobbs Jack Hood Sheldon Hopper Cheryl Howard MSQT heads testing schedule Debora Guelker lrightl finds the five minutes between classes inadequate for opening her cranky locker. Sheila Chesser and Patti Norred lfar rightl were just two members of the executive council of the Junior class. 150 Juniors Pllqfy l 1' 'N X ,- li Fr '13,- J f .il gl. 'Y gr? v Q f ffl ., -.1 E . 315 .if 1 Q-fr , 1 al' ' ' I I r 1- an " ' 'J xl-3? j. Th.. If ,Q 'QF'-V lg, , I ,bf ,-M", ll E, -5-4 Alfred Hunt Allan Johnson Charles Johnson Daniel Johnson Debra Johnson Monica Johnson Phyllis Johnston Melody Jones Carroll Kearney Sabrina Kinsey David Lackey Carla Langley James Lemmons Rickey Lewis Kathy Lindemann Marsha Lively . , M, .HM I ' ,mv 'U ' , I l 'rg ' ll I ay if A A,,,.., 4 ' 1 ev.-new gb . 5' .. . W J I N I 'i 11 ,' l K x fl- Bee- f - kiwi., ' , 'l' ' l Lgfgfl ' Paula Chaney studies her, handbook in preparation for the NMSOT test which was given in October. Thirty-three juniors were given the test. Juniors 151 Lfggygif, L TQWBS . ...N , Louis Cornoyer ltopi was among the many juniors who stacked, sorted, and tied newspapers in connection with the class newspaper drive. Mike Cox lrighti takes a minute out to enjoy a fudgesicle. Ann Lobdell Roberta Long Larry Ludlum Mark Martin ' JR Ector Martinez Willie Marshall Karen Massey David May I-.. Y '-,. .- 'iift-:s. , r , Doug May l 'i 1 L Benny McElroy y V, Q Laura Meneses 3 C F 3 5 4. . Susan Mercado 'N u p -, "FH 3,1 , ' f L x ' ' :Q K 'Tgy' -i ff 5'w,"'f:1 'P' ,-'J' .xr L "1'f"' Robert Mink Brian Mitchell Linda Monde . ' 152 Juniors .,, 1'-' 'Q . i "e f 'Q A , , Q 5.9: fa ati . , , i l . l M N 1 1 5 K rl if ,ful 'f.J!f W., .QP Wlzf ewspaper drive raises funds Michael Montgomery Malcolm Mulanax Stanley Mulanax Patti Norred David Orr Arnold Palma Kim Palmer Ricky Peoples Debbie Polnack Glen Polnack Charlotte Pridemore Barbara Proctor Melody Pyburn Steve Rains Nellie Rameriz Nellie Ramon Lettie Ramsey Carla Rawlings 'Katherine Reed Delores Reich Elizabeth Requejo Monty Rhoden Roxanne Rhoton Peggy Rodgers 154 Juniors Rolando Rodgers Charlie Rosas Randy Rowan Greg Schoph Paul Scott Mark Sims Becky Sledge David Smith Elton Smith Lydia Smith Neta Smith Reta Smith Sammy Smith Sherry Smith Robert Squires Brenda Staton 'ffeg -5 ' if - -in 4"l n'5 N Steve Whisenant was among the many juniors who participated in the band. The band played a vital part in ihe success of the pep rallies. 1, or 4' Q 'A ji I '1 :lf -r 1 1. i gills? ll I 1' n 1 i fl 1 A --'i Q 'V nilhllj, i lg V, X ' ' I l J' ' . 1 1 l if 1. , L' I -X . 1 ,.r-. .J W W mn i, .,. l if Q. 'Z 1 'i y ,B ii .l. l A-1312? fl -' "PU In 51 A 1 'V- 'Q 1 i A, LW f' o I un mrs o I ea d rn o o spirit As in past years, the junior class was responsible for many of the signs used at the foot- ball games. This year more than ever the signs reflected originality and class spirit. Randall Stevens Mark Stewart Linda Tabers Rebecca Taylor Ken Teaff Jeff Teel Elsa Torrez Ester Torrez Teresa Turner Kip Underhill Jackie Utley Bonnie Wade Juniors 155 Robert Wallis Mary Watts Pat Watts Karen Westbrook Debbie Wharton Steve Whisenant Jolene White Sam White Gwen Williams Pat Williams David Williamson Jerry Wilson Paul Wilson Donna Wright Johnny Ybarra Delia Gomez iff' , 4 -'- -. J' V IQ U 'N-.47 The combination of a hot August day and Chris Davidson lrightl the breakdown of the air conditioning sys- finds an outlet for unusual tem brought classes outdoors for several ju- talents in his job as a disc- niors. iockey at KXOX. 156 Juniors ,in Officers lead pirit Leading the sophomore class are president Alan Lack- ey, vice-president Brent How ard, secretary Teresa Carlton and treasurer Santiago Bugarin. ' ' ' 7 2"G?'-YI , ,Vai rg u, 'Hr 3: vi E : i . ' .Jn 3 , Vx jf, ' Ki' l I l Barbara Abalos Mary Acuna Pete Acuna Sondra Alexander Janie Amaya Gloria Argumaniz Junior Backman Merle Baird Kerry Ballenger Phillip Baucom Rhonda Baxter Terry Bennett Randy Birkla Charles Blackburn Leonard Blailock Chris Borders Sophomore girls help boost spirit a1' the Big Red Mustang pep rallies. 158 Sophomores ziiiill -'H' I W iq, my-L1 F., f . WWA -,ll or ' l,..,!,, r 'vmnf .5 x rr em ' G ,ff 'XA- --Z .f I' in qxx Elaine Boswell Gary Boyd Mike Brentz if '1-2 ,. .A I.. ,,.r,,,,I -H -:Tr X' 'uni Sophs take part in 'Music Man' Sophomore, Sherri Luce, attends tryouts for the band, choir, and drama sponsored "Music Man." ji I i. ilu-, -JV":Q1 , - A L A t f ,i -- tix H"'?- Wit t 'I ., it 2 L ,"' 45-.' i "A 1 Q-if i X 1.77 ..-1? Fr.-'A 1 , we lv-'fr A"'N f-'Ka Cindy Brown Roy Brown Santigo Bugarin Jackie Byrne Macy Cantu Sandra Carey Teresa Carlton Becky Carr Dru Carson Adelina Castro Jerry Castro Diana Ceballos Eva Cedillo Gracie Cellistno Claudina Chance David Chanellor Tommy Chapman Mike Comancho Sophs participate in activiti Debra Corely Mittie Crowder Nancy Crowder Cathy Cumbie C. E. Cunningham Charles Davis Doug Davis Irma DeLeon Olga DeLeon Kip Dooley Robby Dorman Mack Dressler Vickey Dunlap Tim Eggleston Frankie Ellis Johnny Epps Marvin Eskew Mike Ewing Cindy Fambrough Scott Fraley Teresa Franco Joe Ed Franklin Diane Fritz Kathy Galloway 160 Sophomores , A ,i W , . .L -1."- X S U 'i-31" ' if K . f' I i . 'tiff .K I 452 X i- e'eQe' 4 gat. - ilu N95 YE. V X ,7 ,. AQ , l 3 E , l Z 'l' fi l ic F "i l . Xa :Q , " Kim: ilu i f ., if ' X ' in 'i ll! lf A img! 'TB' -1,-ne' fm' Alicia Gaona Mario Garza Weldon Gillentine Francie Gillespie Nancy Gillian Armando Gomez Charlotte Gomez Elva Gomez Erma Gomez Irma Gomez Karen Good Cindy Graff Richard Griffth Tony Grimaldo Judy Guelker Glyn Gunn Elias Guiterrez Janice Hale Cathy Hammet Weldon Hampton Dru Carson makes up for lost sleep on the band trip to Brownfield Sophomores 161 Darren Hardin Donald Hardin Shayne Hargrove Terry Harrell Mark Harris Annis Hartman Brad Hawley Mickey Hayes Phillip Hayes Max Headrick Terry Hendley Scott Hensley Brenda Herring Susan Hill David Hodges Glenda Hornsberger Brent Howard Eddie Hulin Denise Hunt Donna Hunt Reginald Jackson Rhea Nell Johnson Blair Jones Ansel Kelly 162 Sophom ores D D Vs W, ,, 2 ' l l Y VT, , HH I. H , l ,ii ,, 1 ' Lf 141 'V . 4,1 Y I I' 1442, ,if . ,l l ll W. Q gl ls M W Qllfr-,' ' ll. 1 1 -.L 1 1 gn I l l .: ' 'fl' 1 Q 2 wa- 4 x. , - , -4 f , ., X r 4 Z,,,. 7 t',..a'. gg2l. , 1' l - , , X l di l I Nil N Z1 eff H 05 14:37 Sophs join musical Scott Hensley practices the different also had a major part in the musical techniques taught in drama class bv " Music lVlan." speech teacher Clay Freeman. Scott - rf, lt l r it n f it i Sf? is . X 4,5 4- X ,, M. g,,. i .Y ,. ,- ?".Z'f'3E A Ma 14 , 1 Q , Af lb 't .II srl'-I' ' i -'L l . , K l l W- l V , ,,. rg: N 3 f-ii V sf . es? - -P-1 gg' ii . " I, 1, V W Nw.-. '- vu: 1 J - Y , 5 J.: i .. f J af: lg- 23:2 -r, ' 5 ' .425 'yg3'y4w.e Ji Yu" ' lli ' V-H" lll ll HQ: :-if 'Lg '. , 'ff if ' 1' -TI' Sophomores 163 Keith Martin Rickey Martin Effrem Martinez Elias Martinez Elvarado Martinez Estella Martinez Nina Martinez Roy Martinez Robbie Massey Mike Maxwell Evelyn Medlicott Andrew Melendez Pam Merrit Pam Miller Ronnie Moore Tammi Moore Pam Miller Cheryl Williams, Vicki Waddell ancl Deborah Nayfa do their part to boost spirit for the Homecoming 164 Sophomores 'ophomores back Mustangs Qi? I '1",,, . - 'Y f 'E . '., 7, V A X9 l aa' 1 i ,, J2' , Md i ii Q f' 1 yx if fir, 5'1" Y- fm. , 1 ii ff' if i a H ' ri i i .1 . .2'..,.,gi X f Af i,uhgf,X Y ,FT F- ii H 4 -. , g"-"a- . 1 vi. ii in , X U 1 WS' E " A v g .. 1' v 'Y' i rlh i X ff, 5 ri :Li 4 '1-gjjf JJ' 'S 1 IT 'Q f :Ei VAX J' x--:r Donny Mooris Jeff Mullican Barry Nazworth Jim Vic Oatman Alan Oden Sharon Oden Dennis Orr Paige Pace Mary Ann Palacios Zeke Palma Alan Payne David Pevehouse Pat Phillips Jimmy Porter Patti Powell Jackie Prather Gayle Price Weston Pyburn Becky Ray Vicki Reeves Jimmy Reich Sara Requejo Rodney Rivera Sylvia Reyes Sophomores 165 Rodney Rivera Debbie Robison Sharon Rose Sherri Rowan Kent Ruffin Pam Sager Janice Sanders Brad Scott Jesse Segovia Kay Self Connie Shamblin Shelli Shelton Todd Smiley Johnny Smith Shelia Smith Wayne Smith Mary Solano Debra Spaulding Curtis Stewart Randy Taylor Denise Hunt and Annis Hartman assist sophomore English teacher L. B. Taylor - with class discussion on p 166 Sophomores oetry. , in mm ll -ll H t 4' v 0: . l I lg L ge A ' 1 X if I l l x W l l ' Zii ll -61+ lf ' ' l i Y, . ,A ' .... A -al 'N' ':':f 'J' I 52 l ., STE, V 1 ' x ' .l i 5 I lr el Jr 1. 1' X427 E 5 I I I ll J 4 W' I NL V-'. il! may ek 1 .1 xg. 5 Tim . - . I! ,A lu . H ' QNSEH w ii an :sn ' ophs find studying helps grades I ,Y lil' -is ""'l .,"7F. fi, 11 .m "' - v -:m Ag, . lllm 'A 4 I X 1 JEJ af e 'Y Q . ' l l l i 'J"l'm' J 7 4' 1 7 A i f. -1 r, 'X ' s.,", ij ,Qb - Y ph fi .- ' ,- ' 1 V 'F 3 J will 'i . 4 if . , . af: -L . e x, fu ,i .Wil 1 ,T 44 J I-'X , , l lil J' RM P ii- ' V-4 X ll ll - - - -W 15- ij ng., . i ,.., ii! W ll ll ' -1 1 ' ll ll 3 IQ A ,Q FE vi X "-PT' Y X.: Lyn. x ,,r, qv i, , ' - is ,X ii 4 V' rl A ' l 53 'f.:ff7 Deborah Teaff Tony Tharp Marjorie Tovias Kenneth Tucker Vicki Waddell Alvin Walker lrene Walker Karen Ward Johnny Warner Tammi Welborn Torrey Wetsel Cheryl Williams Keith Williams Mike Williams Kathy Williamson John Ray Willingham Michael White Ruth White Dwayne Yarbough Judy Young Sophomores 167 Freshman officers lead sale Taking time out to enjoy a sunny day are the 73-74 freshman class officers. Lead- ing the class are Aubrey Todd: treasurer, Kelly Decker: secre- tary, Bruce Allen: vice-presi- dent, Rhonda Ratliff: report- er, and David lGunnerl Gra- ham: president. nf 51: 1 68 Fresh men no-v - V s fd vi! il 1 vi,-,.-U T: , Y --F -1 2 ,fx- 171, ' 1 L 'L-ll" 'P' wi E, Y J xi in .K -4 Nui--,eg l I l 1"A , ll A 9 'Qi NIT?-if -if I ' '.-' f, "' l 'Q gwg. I W 2 D 1- A A A llj ' il " A' ."f2T!F 3' V ll,-f "s ', 2,5 " 1, .I - i, J .' .- V , 1. 1:5 w ' ' ' Lil. . , gill ' 1 it . ' , ' Y .. 41: Y Ivr- V .. VE: A ,A 1 - EAI- i X QQ, " in iz- . , l Pete Aguilar Ralph Alcala Bruce Allen Maxie Allen David Alvarado Jeanette Alldredge Kenny Anthony Michele Armstrong Basil Arnold Dana Atkins Donna Atkins Darla Baker Jammy Batteas Shari Batteas David Bennett Kathy Bentle me X 1 1 1, fn., Allison Dickson particil pates in a Mustang pep rally Freshmen 169 Joe Boggs Lisa Boswell Marcus Box Wesley Box 1 - N I . JoLiane Boyer J Ginger Braswell Lisa Brittain Linda Brookshire Tim Button Dee Ann Butler Jeanette Camacho Joel Campbell Arthur Cantu Carol Carmichael Pam Carr 2 gg Cindy Cervick g A Freshmen make use of librar Deehona Wise uses the dictionary in the library for l one of those many themes required by the English de- partment. l l I , l 1'f'r Feizi , 1 ': - Ji 170 Freshmen ef' ' 4 'tif , i ly .R,f?y,, 4 -fir' 1 1-3 ,X x 1 ,. ll l - i sae, N N is iii? .W if-F y , iw 'h r lin . ,B+ .V Ulf I -w-Q J' ' -.,-4 1 1' 'T' Tami Chapman Lynn Chasteen Sam Chesser Tommy Coe Jim Bob Crain Mark Crane Allen Crawford Charles Cunningham Marsha Cunningham Paul Davidson Terry Davidson Kelley Decker Freddy DeLeon Phil Dickenson , Allison Dickson Mildred Doshier J ,nf we riir ee -1 fl 1. -4'1f"" T l if i . first pep rally Freshmen participate in their Freshmen 171 Paul DeLeon Renee Desbien Patrick Ellis Glen Ellison Kitty Elmore Gary Epps Betty Evans Jill Feagan David Ferrill Arlin Forbes Cheryl Ford Kerry Fortune L. T. Franklin Margaret Gamez Dusty Gartman Greg Gavit Reese Parsons and Robbie Perdue ponder on a physical science problem. 172 Freshmen L, fm-9 nd ns. 1 1 ,. "V , ,. . rj, 'A ll fl f fl , . A -4 'EM' sf --f ," S 'l Q?- Yi HJ" 1 W ,s v '-'ji 3, '33 T 1 . A .4 , lf,-V. ll .11 F, E l Ea L 1,357 -Wf- 1 'i if Fi 3:1131 iilvi'-X . ,L if I wa, i 15 -1,' , ' x 3 I4 s 3 he H at ft I 1 'T ifge I ,ag-g , X ri r me . 5 I wi' xx? wi' Freshman students make rings. Tracy Gill Katherine Gillentine Maria Gomez Mario Gomez Mary Esther Gomez Teresa Gossett Debbie Gossett Wayne Gotcher gf ig I i David Graham ' Qi Clifton Griffin ef i i H 5 ' 1 sis, as , ' aa i r at ig 1 Q L , V r '5izVlii. Pam Hampshire ,f 'Q " "Ai4 iii iiii 1 .12 rriis MQ? ' 'TF lf? Starla Hanks 9 Ira Hardin 1 HE 2 fr- 'A Donna Harris "-' A i Ai':fEi if '1"z'V'.1-r" Q39 ,A U rosh experience usual hassle their way into the cafeteria out of the wind as the bell Freshmen 173 Benny Utley, like everyone else, has his locker troubles too and stops to pick up the fallen books. 174 Freshmen Pam Hartgraves Gary Hazard Robbie Hefner Kathy Helm Mike Hendrix Beaver Henry Randy Henshaw Tony Heredia Mary Ellen Hernandez Tony Hernandez Terry Hobbs Kim Hook Er l l in J M3 1.3 ' ,af .l ,e l 1 X. 1 I sg l 'lil l 1 I 4 f il Q 4- QQ' Q tl 15 1 L, l 4 J ' sl rl V il il K ' , ll iv i l Y l l l l '21, iii' id ' i ," 1' Li . - -1 -. . .1f,.u:.i.snW'v -. :.1,.:cf,...-..,:.n. Y Y - f. ' - ,MF 'IQ ,W we 1 Kathy Holley Phillip Hoover Cindy Houston Maxine Houston Terri Howard Barbara Hurd George Jenkins Teresa Johnson Starlene Johnson Velma Johnson Guy Jones Mark Jones Sam Kearney Laniel King Tony Kinsey Pamona Lambert "Let s make Hobos out of the Lobos the Fresh man sign leads a path to victory over Monahans Frosh boost Pony spirit 176 Freshmen Linda Landers Cindy Lanier Jackie Lee Keith Lewis Sylvia Limones Wendy Ludlum Alice Lujan Danny Lujan Linda Lujan Keith Mc Donel Tim IVlcFauI Teresa McWilliams Freshman cheerleader Tam my Taylor leads the class in a chant at the freshman pep ral- ly. I 'sei 1 -21' if ' ' ' " V- l " tg , I H.. l' ' j -, N? 1534 9 F Heidi Martin Eleazar Martinez Elsa Martinez Ester Marteniz Eva Meneses Mary Marteniz Pablo Martinez Pat Massingall Janet May Mary Mendez Sue Meneses Bill Miller Kendall Mobley Lydia Moncada John Moore Elisa Martinez The freshman choir warms up before singing. Freshmen 177 Frosh have fun too Glen Shirley almost succeeds in put- ting Lesla Smith In a locker. Melissa Nellis Mark Oliver Angie Ornelas Phillip Orr Cindy Palacios Lydia Palacios Theresa Palacios Reese Parsons Ricky Parsons Pam Patterson Elizabeth Perez Terry Perez Robbie Perdue Wendell Piland Deana Pittman Johnny Poe V A f v u as . limi' N lx l f ri' 5 X f r' 5 'W ' l .. ll .Q lil A .- rr , ,- A fire' 3 .L4-Mfr fb iff'-' ,ci-2,5 Wifi -P ll. V 4--,v R: ,' X i Andy Poinack Darla Polnack Donna Powell Gary Pruett Eddie Proctor Chris Pullig Rhonda Ratliff Karen Reece Marvin Reeves Steve Reeves Greg Rhyne Cheryl Riggin Jerry Rivera Darla Roberts Teresa Rodriques Mitchell Rodgers l Lisa Brittain takes a mom- ent after band practice to just play around at the park before tackling homework. Fresh men 179 Terrie Rogers Linda Rosas Marty Rose Glen Shirley Joe Shuler Sherri Shute Joe Smith Lesia Smith Patricia Smith Sean Smith Isabel Solano Karen Sparks Fiandy Sparks Pam Sprinkle Jeff Stein Tami Stephens Frosh join 'Music Man Susan Young and Angie Ornelas try out for a part in the "Music Man". 180 Freshmen lui so is ,. . 'IFP S .' :H nf, r :yj ie. i. , E ff? K feffriff f ev? E 9 IBF L l Q E, 'T 1 H iq Z' gi li I as i V 'f 3 A VL l v'-in - "' V .. Bruce Allen tips in two for a Pony victory. Billy Stone Donna Sutton Mitch Swaim Tommy Tabors Johnny Tatom Patricia Tatom Tammy Taylor Aubrey Todd Jamie Tomlinson Keith Turney Sally Tyler Benny Utley Freshmen 181 l Teddy Vrubel Mike Walker W Bobby Wallace a Mark Walton r '- 019' :I-' T ' l X' ' fkx x I ,,.. ge 4 Cheryl Ward lv y Q ,Ag Terrye Wellbom ree. If- Bill Wharton y 1 W f . . rQf r Annette Wnlhams as o 7 L rrk W , X , , .. k L of Who says school is all work and no play? These freshmen seem to be disprov- ing that old tale. 182 Freshmen ' W . -' V .V-1,7 ,.-f.f-,-.- Tfa , - --H-ai fzfi, i . T fl 1 J"A if - - i -Q N no A I Q, leg. fi j by , u . as A X '--ff.5.l W Ji' .A .is X 1 ,V ' V if ,,, 'I Ai .V 4 l Susan Young -4' Frosh frolic after lunch Phillip Orr tries to block Mike Walker in an after lunch football game. Fonda Wilkinson Kathy Williams Sandra Williams Buford Wilson Johnny Wilson Deehona Wise Roger Wolfe Phillis Yarbrough Freshmen 183 Advertisers A ABC Automotive-209 Al Echols Tax Service-204 Allen's Family Style Meals-192 Anthony's Dept. Store-193 Auto Parts Co. Inc.-199 B Bahlman Cleaners-199 Beall Abstract-200 Bill Burns Oil Co.-196 Boss 8: Hoss Western Shop-200 Butler Abstract-201 C Cate-Spencer Funeral Home-191, 197 Clark Agency-204 Colonae-193 Connie's-206 Cornoyer's Builders 84 Supplies-191, 197 Cowen's Shoe Store-192 Curry's Prescription Service-201 D Dairy Queen-196, 209 Daisy Patch-213 Dale Martin Firestone-193 Davis Truck 84 Tractor-202 Don's Chevron-198 E El Rancho Feed-197 F Farris Typewriter Service-202 Fashion Fabric Outlet-198 Fashion Shoes-198 Field's Mens Wear-201 First Baptist Church-197 First National Bank-205 Flintkote-212 Fundamental Baptist Church-190 G Goodyear Service Center- 1 97 H Hallmark Studio-210 Harris Drug-200 Hatahoe Drive-ln-207 Higginbotham-Bartlett Co.-204 Hillcrest Cleaners-207 Hixon's Dept. Store-206 Holiday Inn-213 Holiday Rambler-198 J Jordan's Cafe-201 Joyce's Fabrics- 1 99 K Ken's Barber Service-192 Ken's Grocery-192 L Leon Goswick 81 Co.-207 M M'System-209 Maloney Pharmacy-209 McCoy Funeral Home-202 McCreight Music Co.-199 McDorman Furniture 81 Appliance-192 Melton's Garage-196 Montgomery Wards-201 Moore-Edison Grain Co.-207 Morse Transfer 81 Storage-195 Mott's 5 84 10-202 N Nolan County Abstract-195 Nolan Furniture-213 O Ocie Hunt Insurance-191 P Pace Packing Co.-213 Penton 8: Son Floor Covering-201 R Ranch House Motel-206 Reeve's Co.-193 Richburg's Decorator Center-206 Ridley Packing-196 Roscoe State Bank-199 S Sam Smith Electric-197 Seven-Eleven Auto Supply-209 Shelansky's Western Store-202 Shipman Chiropractic Clinic-193 Shook Tire Co.-213 Staton's Pharmacy-198 Super Duper-199 Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce-191 Sweetwater Cotton Oil-209 Sweetwater Livestock Auction-195 Sweetwater New Car Dealers Assoc.-208 Sweetwater Production Cred it-196 Sweetwater Ready Mix Concrete Co.-200 Sweetwater Reporter-195 Sweetwater Savings Association-200 Sweetwater '76 Restaurant 81 Truck Stop- 203 T Tabor's 84 Son Mobil-209 Texas Bank Si Trust-211 Texas Coca-Cola Bottling Co.-196 Trinity Baptist Church-192 T.V. Cable Service-195 U United States Gypsum-194 V Village Market-204 W Wall's Industries-213 Watson-Focht-195 Wayne's Barber Shop-195 Welch 81 Hampton-195 Western Auto-201 West Welding-195 Y YandeIl's Beauty Shop-199 Faculty Alvarado, Lydia-128 Alvarado, Carlos-131 Arpe, Billy-129 Bollinger, Louise-166 Box, S.V.-1 15 Breeding, Lalvlarylis-54, 55, 121 Brentz, Judy-127 Bridges, Dee-131 Casner, Nikki-117 Conner, Pat-115 Davis, Frank-115 Elliott, Wilson-91 Everett, Sonny-86 Faver, Virginia-115 Freeman, Clay-33, 117, 124 Fullwood, James-129 Gray, Jim-129 Groce, Patty-124, 125 Haggard, Charles-127 Hall, Henry-130 Ham, Tony-127 Ham, Wanda-115 Hughs, Buck-71 Hulse, Zelma-121 Lynch, Charles-81, 85 Lynch, JoAnn-129 Lynn, John-129 McAfee, Laura-175 McDonald, Frank-56, 73, 74, 118 McKee, Sarah- 1 1 5 Mobley, Truett-114, 115 Norred, Flozelle-128 Olvera, Nelda-121 Patterson, Carolee-32, 131 Patterson, Pat-70, 118 Reece, Ruth-115 Rotan, Gary-129 Smith, Clarence-119 Sparkman, Florence-96, 97, 119 Spitler, Anne-59, 119 Taylor, L.B.-124, 125, 166 Williams, Lucille-39, 119 Willis, Bobby-53, 117 Wolfe, Rosa-68, 116 Seniors A Acuna, Sue-135 Alcala, Elpidia-135 Alldredge, Jim-32, 82, 135 Anz, Pam-134, 135 Armstrong, Patty-31, 55, 97, 98, 135 Ashley, Donna B Baker, Ronnie-30, 129, 138 Ballenger, Mike-135 Barfield, Tracey-32, 41, 56, 74, 135 Baucum, Kay-55, 135 Bedgood, Bonnie-135 Bell, Larry-71,135 Bentle, Bobby-135 Bermea, Janie-135 Bius, Cheryl-135 Bixler, Teresa-135 Bost, Jay-117, 135 Brice, Terry-135 Brim, Beckey-135 Brittain, Sharon-96, 97, 135 Brock, Keith-39, 59, 126, 136 Brock, Kenneth-39, 136 Bruner, Terry-105, 136 Bryant, Johnny-91, 136 Burleson, Nerissa-136 C Carlton, Ricky-136 Carr, Scott-31, 136 Chancellor, Tara-25, 109, 111, 134, 136 Clark, Steve-136 Rod Clayton-136 Collins, Margie-136 Connell, Roger-91, 92, 120,136 Cox, Terry-118, 136, 143 Crowley, Aubrey-137 Cullum Susie-39, 137 D Darnell, Teresa-137 Decker, Debbie-24, 30, 46, 49, 137 DeLeon, Diana-137 Dent, Clifton-137 Diddle, Craig-63, 82, 137 Doss, Tom-82, 83, 84, 86, 91, 92, 120 E Ebarb, Charlie-131, 137 Ellis, Kim-31, 78,138 Elpino, Delia-137 F Feagan, Jan-25, 30, 38, 78, 131, 137 Finke, Carl-109, 137 Foreman, Russell-81, 82, 137 Fraley, Cindy-31, 53,137,191 G Gavit, Roger-137 Gillian, Danny-137 Gillespie, Jo-137 Goswick, Jennifer-32, 70, 71, 137 Gray, Diana-137 Guelker, Eddie-138 Guelker, Mark-17,138 Guelker, Susie-138 Suelker, Weltom-138 Hager, Dancy-82, 83, 138 Hardin, Douglas-71, 138 Harrelson, Richard-138 Harris, Kim-29, 138 Hatcher, Mitchell-31, 46, 55, 139 Healer, Anita-48, 139 Hendrix, Robert-31, 39, 139 Hensley, Michael-25, 74, 75, 105, 139 Henson, Jerry-134, 139 Heredia, Lucy-139 Hernandez, Rebecca-139 Hicks, David-46, 82, 139 Hickson, Wayne- Hobbs, Bennie-139 Houston, Nancy-49, 139 Hughes, Holly-52, 136, 139 J Jackson, Debra-139 Jhonson, Bruce-66, 139 Jhonson, Natta-31, 69, 97, 139 Jolly, Grady-139 K Kuss, Johnny-110, 139 Baker Ker 129 147 emon, Mark- ightfoot, Karon-139 iner, Lesa-25, 28, 29, 38, 39, 74, 75, 139 ively, Robbie-140 cCollum, Paula-140 cCoy, Sherma-29, 35, 75, 121, 140 cCuilough, Judy-140 cDonell, Barbara-140 v'lcGinley, Beth-140 cKee, Gale-53, 140 cWilliams, Lance-62, 63, 128, 140 acon, Starrla-140 alone, Patti-31, 52, 97, 98, 136, 140 artinez, Annie-48, 140 axwell, Patrick-141 ay, Walt-29, 82, 84, 86, 120, 141 ayberry, Jerry-130, 141 elendez, Eulalio-141 eneses, Jerry-64, 141 ink, Carla-141 obley, Stephen-40, 84, 91, 134, 141 onde, Lisa-141 oore, Robert-63, 141 orrison, Gary-39, 43, 109, 110, 141 McHugh Edward- N Nayfa, Jeanne-31, 141 Nichols, Nelveda-141 O Oden,Shelia-68,141 Olivera, Lucinda-48, 141 Ondrusek, Rickey-39, 72, 141 P Palafoz, Gerald-32, 82, 83, 141 Parker, Margaret-31, 41. 141 Patterson, Mike-52, 72, 141 Pepper, Julia-32, 38, 55, 74, 75, 141 Perry, lra-39, 51, 53, 142 Peterson, Diane-142 Pior, Neil-142 Prather, Ricky-39, 40, 42, 142 Putman, Gary-142 R Ramirez, Joe-142 Ramirez, Mary-142 Ramsey, Jay-142 Ratliff, Martha-142 Ratliff, Phillip-66, 142 Ray, Nancy-17, 32, 51,128,142 Rayburn, Jeorginna-142 Reece, Patty-32, 57, 109, 142 Reed, Ricky-143 Rice, Lou Ann-39, 41, 143 Robison, Susie-143 Romine, William-143 Rose, Jimmie-64, 143 Rotan, Wayne-21, 33, 143 Ruffin, Rhonda-35, 96, 97, 142, 143 S Salmon, Joni-31, 49, 52, 96, 97, 98, 143, 191 Scarbrough, Mona-31, 70, 71, 143 Shamblin, Clark-24, 31, 64, 143 Sharrock, Fred-31, 67, 143 Shifflett, Bennie-143 Shifflett, Charlotte-143 Sims, Wesley-83, 86, 138, 143 Sledge, Karen-19, 144 Sissom, David-32, 39, 41, 116, 144 Stevens, Regina-144 T Tatom, Joe-144 Taylor, Dennis-144 Teel, Berry-120, 144 Thomas, David-144 Thompaon, Doug-144 Torrez, Gloria-144 U Utley, Billy-63, 83, 144 V Vernon, Missy-21, 33 Villanueva, Paul-144 Virgen, Edward-144 W Waits, R honda-144 Wheeler, Carla-144 Whisenant, Billy-32, 72, 144 Wilkinson, Randy-144 Wilson, Gary-144 Willingham, Brad-32, 41, 54, 55, 82, 83, 144 Wise, Ronald-105, 144 Wood, Anna-144 Y You ng, Janet-55, 144 Z Zimmerman, Norlin-144 juniors A Abalos, Helen-22, 147 Alcala, Otilia-147 Axe, Vickie-147 B . VY' . Ballard, Billy-147 Ballard, Linda-147 Ballenger, Debbie-147 Batteas, Lester-147 Bell, Tanjua-119, 147 Bemenderfer, Paulette-48, 98, 99, 147 Boles, Toni-71, 147 Bond, Gaylon-147 Borders, Randy-88, 147 Bost, Tina-20, 119, 142 Bowen, Keith-31, 147 Box, Blake-66,-147 Brannan, Deborah-147 Brannon, Tommy-147 Brazelton, David-64, 147 Bright, David-67, 147 Briscoe, Terry-75, 107, 147 Brown, David-147 Bryant, Darrel-147 Burnett, Emma-118, 147 Burton, Gary-148 Butler, Vicki-148, 149 C Cantu, Osbaldo-148 Carmichael, Craig-31, 106, 148 Chaney, Paula-32, 42, 148, 149, 151 Chase, Tim-148 Chesser, Shelia-18, 26, 29, 146, 148 Clark, Kay-148 Clark, Reggie-148 Clark, Shanna-68, 150 Cornoyer, Louis-39, 148, 152 Cowan, Kenny-148 Cox, Mike-63, 148, 152 Cupp, Elizabeth-25, 30, 78, 97, 148 D Dalton, Paul-56, 57, 62, 148 Davidson, Chris-31, 51, 75, 117, 148, 156 DeBusk, Weldon-148 DeLaCruz, Jerry-149 Donnelly, Joe-30, 56, 82, 83, 149 Dodds, Renee-149 Dowell, Dick-75, 149 E Estes, Kelly-149 Evans, Joann-53, 149 F Fields, Lester-149 Frazier, Vicki-51, 117, 146, 147 G Garcia, Gladys-32, 68, 149 Geron, Faith-149 Gillette, Richard-149 Glidden, Marcy-48, 149 Gomez, Bobby-149 Gomez, Delia-149, 156 Goza, Curtis-88, 117, 149 Guelker, Deborah-31, 75, 130, 150 Guelker, Kathy-150 Guelker, Mark-150 Guiterrez, Danny-150 Guiterrez, Ennis-150 Guiterrez, Lupe-150 H Hale, oav1aL1o6, 150 Hamilton, Bruce- 1 50 Harrelson, Kenny-88, 125, 150 Hazard, Beverly-52, 150 Headrick, Jeff-26, 31, 39, 71, 111, 14 150 Heredia, Richard-150 Hobbs, Diane-150 Hooper, Sheldon-150 Hood, Jack-48, 150 Hornsberger, Teresa-150 Howard, Cheryl-150 6 Hunt, Alfred-75, 92, 151 J Johnson, Debbie-38 Johnson, Allan-151 Johnson, Charles-70, 72, 151 Johnson, Daniel-71, 91, 151 Johnson, Monica-99, 151 Johnston, Phyllis-151 Jones, Melody-151 K Kearney, Carroll-92, 151 L Lackey, David-57, 74, 75, 151 Langley, Carla-48, 120, 151 Lewis, Ricky-28, 151 Lindemann, Kathy-131, 151 Lively, Marsha-53, 151 Lobdell, Ann-152 Long, Roberta-152 Ludlum, Larry-152 M McElroy, Benny-49, 151 Mardis, Sabrina-151 Marshall, Willie-82, 83, 87, 152 Martin, Mark-106, 152 Martinez, Ector-152 Massey, Karen-152 May, David-152 May, Doug-152 Menesses, Laura-152 Mercado, Susan-152 Mink, Robert-152 Mitchell, Bryan-64, 152 Monde, Linda-31, 152 Montgomery, Mike-62, 63, 82, 87, 91 152 Mulanax, Malcolm-153 Mulanax, Stanley-83, 85, 153 N Nazworth, Gary-153 Norred, Patty-39, 51 , 57. 151 o on, David-57, 153 P Palma, Arnold-82, 153 Palmer, Kim-153 Peoples, Ricky-153 Pol nack, Debbie-153 Polnack, Glena-153 Pridemore, Charlotte-35, 70, 72, 153 Proctor, Barbara-121, 153 Pyburn, Melody-32, 75, 153 R Rains, Steve-62, 153 Ramirez, Nellie-53, 153 Ramon, Nellie-53, 56, 153 Ramsey, Lettie-153 Rawlings, Carla-153 Reed, Katherine-48, 153 Reich, Delores-54, 75, 153 Rhoton, Roxann-31, 153 Roden, Monty-88, 153 Rogers, Rolando-154 Rowan, Randy-154 S Schopf, Greg-154 Scott, Paul-30, 57, 82, 146, 153 Sims, Mark-39, 42, 154, 191 Sledge, Becky-32, 154 Smith, David-82, 154 Smith, Elton-72, 126, 154 Smith, Lydia-154 Smith, Neta-154 Smith, Reta-154 Smith, Sammy-30, 104, 106, 154 Smith, Sherry-154 Squires, Robert-88, 154 Staton, Brenda-97, 154 Stevens, Randal-155 Patricia-156 Stewart, Mark-75, 82, 155 Stewart, Kenny-31, 62, 63, 128 T Tabers, Linda-155 Taylor, Rebecca-32, 53, 155 Teaff, Kenneth-155 Teel, Jeff-83, 88, 155 Thompson, James-93 Torrez, Delores-98 Turner, Teresa-155 U Underhill, Kip-30, 39, 155 Utley, Jackie-88, 155 W Wade, Bonnie-155 Wallis, Robert-156 Watts, Mary-156 Watts, E Ellis, Frankie-30, 75, 78, 160 Eggleston, Tim-160 Epps, Johnny-93, 160 Eskew, Marvin-93, 125, 160 Ewing, Mike-67, 82, 87, 160 F Fambrough, Cindy-160 Fraley, Scott-30, 73, 75, 125, 160 Franco, Teresa-160 Franklin, Jo Ed-60, 119,160 Fritz, Diane-160 G Galloway, Kathy-160 Gaona, Alicia-161 Garza, Mario-161 Gillentine, Weldon-161 Gillespie, Francie-161 Saddler, Tim-166 Wharton, Debbie-61, 156 Whisenant, Steve-72, 153, 156 White, Alene-68 White, Jolene-29, 57, 69, 75, 97, 148 White, Sam-39, 74, 75, 156 Williams, Gwen-48, 52, 156 Williams, Pat-31, 66, 156 Williamson, David-156 Wilson, Paul-88, 156 Wisdom, Scott-75 Wood, Anna-156 Wright, Donna-53, 61, 156 Y Ybarra, Joh nny-156 Sophomore-5 A Abalos, Barbara- 1 58 Gillette, Richard-161 Gillian, Nancy-161 Gomez, Armando-161 Gomez, Charlotte-161 Gomez, Elva-161 Gomez, Erma-161 Gomez, Irma-161 Graff, Cindy-161 Griffith, Richard-88, 161 ' Grimaldo, Tony-88, 161 Guelker, Judy-161 Gunn, Glynn-161 Gutierrez, Elias-161 H Hale, Janice-161 Hammett, Katherine-161 Hampton, Weldon-161 Hardin, Darren-162 Hardin, Donald-162 Hargrove, Shayne-75, 162 Harrell, Terry-162 Harris, Mark-162 Acuna, Mary-158 Acuna, Pete-158 Alexander, Sondra-158 Alvarado, Angela-32 Alvarez, Santos-158 Amaya, Janie-70, 71, 158 Anz, Don-158 Argumaniz, Gloria-116, 158 B Baird, Merle-158 Ballenger, Kerrie-158 Baucom, Phillip-158 Baxter, Rhonda-158 Bennett, Terry-158 Birkla, Randy-88, 158 Blackburn, Charles-158 Blailock, Leonard-158 Borders, Chris-88, 158 Brentz, Michael-110, 111, 158 Brown, Cynthia-159 Brown, Roy-159 Bugarin, Santiago-82, 84, 157, 159 Byrne, Jackie-75, 159 C Carey, Sandra-159 Carlton, Teresa-32, 74, 75, 157, 159 Carr, Becky-32, 159 Carson, Dru-159, 161 Castillo, Jerry-159 Castro, Adelina-159 Ceballos, Diana-60, 159 Cedillo, Eva-159 Celestino, Gracie-159 Chancellor, David-88, 94, 159 Chapman, Tommy-75, 159 Corley, Debra-160 Crowder, Mittie-160 Crowder, Nancy-160 Cumbie, Kathie-160 Cunningham, Chester-160 D Davis, Charles-67, 160 Davis, Doug-160 DeLeon, Olga-160 Dooley, Kip-160 Dorman, Robby-160 Dressler, Mack-52, 75, 160 Dunlap, Vickey-160 Hartman, Annis-162, 166 Hawley, Brad-75, 105, 162 Hayes, Mickey-88, 93, 162 Hays, Phillip-75, 162 Headrick, Max-93, 162 Hendley, Terry-162 Hensley, Scott-30, 74, 75, 162, 163 Herring, Brenda-162 Hill, Susan-162 Hodges, David-67, 162 Hornsber er Glenda-75 162 9 1 , Howard, Brent-75, 88, 157, 161, Hulin, Eddie-162 Hunt, Denise-75, 110, 162, 166 Hunt, Donna-162 J Jackson, Reginald-93, 162 Jameson, Robbie-88 Johnson, Rhea Nell-60, 162 Jones, Blair-162 K Kelley, Ansel-75, 162 Kiker, Debbie-75, 162 Killough, Debra-163 Kirk, Lisa-163 Knox, Danny-63, 163 L Lackey, Alan-32, 43, 75, 82, 86, 157, 163 Lambert, Gerald-163 Lane, Robert-163 Lawrence, Jay-32, 75, 107, 163 Lee, Vicki-163 Lemon, James-19 Lobdell, Gail-56, 57, 163 Luce, Sherie-159, 163 M McCoy, Jennie-75, 163 McDonald, Paul-163 McElyea, Peggie-163 McGinley, Susan-163 Marshall, Linda-99, 163 Martin, Keith-125, 164 Martin, Richard-164 Martinez, Elias-164 Massey, Robert-71, 164 Maxwell, Mike-164 Medlicott, Evelyn-164 162 89, 93, Melendez, Andrew-164 Merritt, Pamela-164 Miller, Pam-75, 164 Moore, Ronnie-164 Moore, Tammy-164 Morris, Donnie-62, 63, 93, 165 Mullican, Jeffrey-165 N Nayfa, Deborah-164 Nazworth, Barry-165 Null, Ingrid-165 O Oatman, Jim Vic-39, 82, 165 Orr, Dennis-165 P Pace, Paige-165 Palacious, Mary Ann-165 Palma, Zeke-32, 88, 165 Payne, Alan-165 Pevehouse, David-165 Phillips, Pat-165 Porter, James-88, 165 Powell, Pattie-165 Prather, Jackie-165 Price, Gayle-75, 165 PyBurn, Weston-165 R Ray, Becky-30, 70 Reeves, Nathan-75, 165 Reeves, Vickie-99, 165 Reich, Jimmy-63, 93, 165 Reyes, Sylvia-165 Rivera, Rodney-165, 166 Robeson, Debbie-166 Rogers, Peggy-166 Rose, Sharon-99,4166 Rowan, Cheryl-32, 78, 127, 166 Ruffin, Kent-166 S Sager, Pam-166 Sanders, Janice-75, 166 Scott, Brad-166 Segovia, Jesse-166 Selk, Kay-166 Shamblin, Connie-166 Shelton, Shelli-99, 166 Smiley, Todd-166 Smith, Johnny-166 Smith, Sheila-75, 166 Smith, Wayne-166 Solano, Mary-166 Spaulding, Deborah-70, 71, 166 Stewart, Curtis-75, 166 T Taylor, Randy-166 Teaff, Deborah-167 Tharp, Tony-63, 88, 125, 167 W Waddell, Vicki-30, 164, 167 Walker, Alvin-167 Walker, Irene-167 Ward, Karen-167 Wellborn, Tammie-99, 167 Wetsel, Torrey-88, 131, 167 White, Michael-126, 167 Williams, Cheryl-164, 167 Williams, Keith-167 Williams, Mike-167 Williamson, Cathy-72, 167 Willingham, John-167 Woner, Johnny-126, 167 Y Yarbrough, Dewain-167 Young, Judy-43, 54, 167 Freshmen A Aguilar, Pete-73, 94, 169 Alcala, Ralph-169 Allen, Bruce-94, 168, 169 Allen, Maxie-169 Alldredge, Jeanette-116, 169 Alvarado, David-169 1 nthony, Kenneth-169 - rmstrong, Michele-169 f rnold, Basil-169 ' tkins, Danna-169 ' tkins, Donna-169 aker, Darla-169 atteas, Jimmy-169 atteas, Sheri-73, 169 ennett, David-169 ' entle, Kathy-169 ' lair, Wayne-169 oggs, Joe-170 oswell, Lisa-170 Box, Mark-89, 94, 170 Box, Wesley-73, 94, 170 Boyd, Gary-62, 63, 67 Boyer, JoLiane-73, 170 Braswell, Ginger-30, 73, 170 Brittain, Lisa-99, 170, 179 Brookshire, Linda-170 Bryant, Tammy-170 Burton, Tim-170 Butler, Dee Anne-73, 170 C Campbell, Joel-170 Cantu, Arthor-170 Carmichael, Carol-42, 73, 170 Carr, Pam-60, 170 Castillo, Patricia-170 Cervik, Cindy-60, 170 Chapman, Tammi-171 Chasteen, Lynn-171 Chesser, Sam-171 Coe, Tommy-171 Crain, Jim Bob-171 Crain, Mark-171 Crawford, Allen-171 Cunningham, Charlie-171, Cunningham, Marsha-171 D Davidson, Paul-124, 171 Davidson, Terry-171 Decker, Kelly-29, 73, 168, 171 DeLeon, Freddy-31, 73, 94, 124, 171 Desbiens, Renee-172 Dickson, Allison-169, 171 Dickson, Phil-171 Doshier, Mildred-171 E Ellis, Patrick-73, 79, 89, 172 Ellsion, Glen-172 Elmore, Kitty-172 Epps, Gary-172 Evans, Betty-172 F Feagan, Jill-30, 73, 79, 89, 172 Ferrell, David-172 Forbes, Arlin-172 Ford, Cheryl-60, 172 Ford, Willie-116 Fortune, Kerry-172 Franklin, L. T.-172 G Galindo, Alonzo- Gamez, Margaret-172 Garrett, Elvis-172 Gartman, Dusty-69, 73 Gavit, Gregory-73, 172 Gill, Tracey-60, 116, 173 Gillentine, Ada-61, 173 Gomez, Maria-173 Gomez, Mario-173 Gomez, Mary-73, 173 Gomez, Ricky-173 Gossett, Debbie-52, 73, 173 Gossett, Theresa-173 Gotcher, Wayne-168, 173 Graham, David-31, 173 Greer, Jene-94 Griffin, Clifton-173 H Hallmark, Wendy-173 Ham, Robin-173 Hampshire, Pam-173 Hanks, Starla-173 Hardin, Ira-173 Hartgraves, Pam-73, 174 Hazard, Gary-126, 174 Hefner, Robbie-174 Helm, Kathy-174 Hendrix, Mike-174 Henry, Beaver-174 Henshaw, Randy-174 Heredia, Tony-73, 94, 174 Hernandez, Nlary-174 Hernandez, Tony-73, 94, 174 Hobbs, Terry-174 Holley, Kathy-175 Hook, Kim-73, 98, 174 Hoover, Phillip-175 Houston, Cindy-175 Howard, Terri-175 Hurd, Barbara-175 J Jenkins, George-175 Johnson, Teresa-73, 175 Johnson, Starlene-175 Johnson, Velma-175 Jones, Guy-126, 175 Jones, Mark-175 K Kearney, Sam-94, 127, 174 King, Laniel-175 Kincaid, Kenny-175 Kinsey, Tony-175 L Lambert, Ramona-175 Landers, Linda-73, 175 Lanier, Cindy-176 Lee, Jackie-176 Lewis, Keith-176 Limones, Sylvia-176 Ludlum, Wendy-73, 176 Lujan, Alice-176 Lujan, Danny-176 Lujan, Linda-176 lvl McDonnell, Keith-176 McFaul, Timmy-174 McWilliams, Teresa-176 Martinez, Eleazer-73 Mobley, Kendall-73 N Nellis, Melissa-178 O Oliver, Mark-94, 178 Ornelas, Angie-31, 73, 79, 89, 178, 180 Orr, Phillip-94, 178, 183 P Palacios, Cindy-178 Palacios, Lydia-32, 34, 79, 89, 178 Palacios, Teresa-178 Palmer, Deana-178 Parsons, Reese-32, 173, 178 Parsons, Rickey-178 Patterson, Pam-178 Penn, Cal-178 Perez, Barbara-178 Perez. Elizabeth-178 Perdue, Robbie-73, 172, 178 Perez, Terry-178 Piland, Wendell-178 Pittman, Deana-178 Poe, Johnny-178 Polnack, Andy-178 Polnack, Darla-178 Powell, Donna-179 Proctor, Eddie-179 Pruett, Gary-94, 179 Pullig, Chris-179 R Ratliff, Rhonda-31, 73, 79, 89, 168, 179 Reeves, Marvin-179 Reece, Karen-73, 179 Reeves, Steve-179 Rhyne, Greg-179 Riggan, Cheryl-179 Rivera, Joe-179 Roberts, Darla-61, 179 Rodriguez, Teresa-179 Rogers, Mitchell-179 Rogers, Terrie-179 Rosas, Linda-179 Rose, Marty-180 S Shirley, Glen-32, 73, 178, 180 Shuler, Joe-180 Shute, Sherri-180 Smith, Joe-29, 180 Smith, Lesia-178, 180 Smith, Patricia-180 Smith, Sean-180 Solano, Isabel-180 Sparks, Karen-180 Sparks, Rancly-180 Sprinkle, Pam-180 Stein, Jeff-31, 47, 73, 180 Stephens, Tammi-73, 180 Stone, Billy-181 Sutton, Donna-181 Swaim, Mitch-73, 181 T Tabers, Tommy-73, 181 Tatom, Johnny-181 Tatom, Patricia-116, 181 Taylor, Tammy-29, 73, 79, 89, 176, 181 Todd, Aubrey-43, 73, 89, 94, 101, 168, 181 Tomlinson, Jamie-73, 181 Turney, Keith-181 Tyler, Sally-181 U Utley, Benny-174, 181 W Walker, Mike-29, 182, 183 Wallace, Bobby-182 Walton, Mark-30, 182 Ward, Cheryl-182 Wellborn, Terrye-182 Wharton, William-182 Williams, Annette-182 Williams, Kathy-124, 183 Williams, Sandra-73, 116, 183 Wilson, Buford-183 Wilson, Johnny-183 Wilkinson, Fonda-183 Wise, Deehona-31, 73, 170, 183 Wolfe, Roger-183 Woods, Glen-183 Y Yarbrough, Phyllis-183 Young, Susan-116, 180, 183 Z Zetzman, Sharon-32 188 Commercials l QQ 5' rw? 5 13 ll EJ Q W Commercials. . . may I help you please. . .but it's way too big . . . it's absolutely enchanting. . . you look twenty years younger . . . does it come in any other color. . .could I try a size twelve . . . but it fits beautifully . . . it's so you . . . could you get it down so I can look at it . . . closer. . . here's your change ma'am . . . l'd like my steak rare. . . please . . . I'm not going to eat that piece of char- coal . . .thank you . . .come back to see us now. . . 5 Ji A Q ffl l I l I .2114 Q.,-Jlz' l ll Commercials 189 We don't intend to leave your generation with a generation gap. Your generation probably will need as much electricity as we're using these days -and perhaps more-for homemaking, jobs, education, health care and cleaning up the environment. At Texas Electric, we've developed long-range plans to meet these needs by diversifying the fuel sources we use to generate electricity. We're planning and building new plants to use these fuels. You can be sure we don't intend to leave your generation with a generation gap. A X TEXAS ' if nm ELECTRIC SERVICE 4 Ng, CUMPAIVY Ag, , r ,.,fe?.35?:s 'A A '- i 4.-Q , N l X rg: F l 4:3 l Ii F: t cv? il I' ff-:gr in 1 + ' Ji i 1 as f C l , l 9 1' i l'y,w.lg ll l , """"Q1n':1... 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Broadway CHIROPRACTIC 2354466 CLINIC 310 E. 3rd 235-9666 U.S. GYPSUM C0 Sweetwater Plant Salutes Class of 1974 "Congratulations And Best Wishes" mercials "S'efQEE53fm.fE MQRSE 11 E. 3rd 236-5375 8: STORAGE NOLAN CCUNTY ABSTRACT WAYNE'S BARBER I I I ' SHOP SWEETWATER WE'-CH 81 0- REPQRTER HAMPTUN ARCHITECTS E H23 909 E. ara 235-3219 F Q SWEETWATER LIVESTOCK West Bioadway WELDING AuE::ISoII132fery Wednesday BILL BURNS OIL COMPANY P.O. Box 96 1306 Elm Sweetwater, Texas 236-6644 SWEETWATER DAIRY QUEEN PRODUCTION CREDIT 1608 S. Lamar ASSOCIATIQN 235-5066 TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLING RIDLEY PACKING C0- CO. Wesi Broadway 236-6336 I I SAM SMITH ELECTRIC -I V. IR lu V ,i,F",'I fiiiii- - H EI. RANCHO C FEED I A II A f 'Fl " 1' N I CATE-SPENCER FUNERAL HCME QI 12 I 11 403 Locust ' 'E ' 236-6717 A Y g '1 CORNOYER'S I EECA' fl -A BUILDER 8. EL SUPP'-'ES I FIRST BAPTIST 101 Locust CHURCH 235-3728 213 E. 3rd 236-6348 Commercials 197 HOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP. 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