Niceville Senior High School - Aquila Yearbook (Niceville, FL)

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-1 s,., A J: 1 141 , - 1 Q 7 fi? if 5.931 ""' ,f A iffy: 6535, Gi? AQUILA '73 Niceville Senior High School Niceville, Florida Volume IX We are all a part of the N-scene, the place where it all happens. H Activities, teachers, classes-all are part of NHS- the N-scene. 'Q'-H?'l!?5i'Q .1 ' Iitfkfisx T A ,:,'ar1g7ff+ia:e'-c A - I My lf - K' Q Sm V. 'fi' 5' .l,m.Dh F. J, ' s Toble of Contents N-troclucfion N-volvecl n Student Life ' Clubs Sports N-dividuols Seniors Juniors Sophomores N-structors The N'd Seniors N73 'bl l "X 5 rf - 4. M .. I' ,, 1 if ' k 4 K ir ..i, li, g Mx x, ik f fWw 9 fi X23 ff 5 'J ' I ' V 'V 1, 'ff ff' , -.Q f L V N -1--qkxxl .PQ AL' S! Y ,S x A ff 'X ., 12? ,Q 1 Mi LQ? 9 .1 wa' ' - ff' I W' . ,gf QL, ,N x 2:2 Q I . up X M Y Q, wg Q 1 ,Q "7' fi ! ? wk W 5 The N-scene is a continuing change of the expected and the unexpected. The days bring embarrassing club initiations classroom discoveries, and many times of fun and laughter. w + -:wykr 9 w M '29 , X WT! D L 3 ,W No single person makes up the N-scene. It is an association of individuals, each portraying his own uniqueness Every person here is a part of the N-scene. 4 VOLVED ,XXQW .,.w,.....,.,,-...-..., .....,,, x 2 2 5 5 Ho' " "v 0. 4 :Jil I +P iff Q,-,fr 'S 1 Q1 , Q Y if ,r'5,'Hi5" vw- , 5 3 f mawfff ,:'::,fgzg..J,.v f SW' Q W , , 1 v-mi .L-.. ., .fn is ...- 1 - C K1 'w T1 Q I Homecoming 1972-73 g ,l X5 iw M X 2 Q f f 3 V Y 934 Aug xr 'J v- '."' . - . 'X K' .sn S '11 It I It 'iii wg, " W ' 2 , , 4 f , ' :ff A F fu? if 'mf A was-' - if 4 1 , A fx " 4 f ,Y 4, . Y , AJ A ,.- " A 'uf - fy ., - W . . ..f1 - A x- Q .ig is 5,61-'gf' 'P '. 4 1-9 ' f ' ' ' L K , L -' , ,. - f b . 7? -K .-: ' H, . ' .- fi 1 , . nf 'VV I. . . I Afax V 1,,w:ru.4.lg W , ' r - 7' X ".' ..' ' .1 7 ' 59 'Vw H-if 'lf R ' ' si " - --f ' QC' . Vbflxf- -H 'f 'L it lv- 4 ". , Q., Ni, . . 'V 3' W ,- vi-ist, ' ,hx Kf 'f'. 4 X 4. .. .. . 'Q with gr 1. .. 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' -'-9 ww-ffwvf, YQ-V, M 'M .N ,V 1 .ww . -- . 4., ,, 1, Lwwg.--"Q, -w- ,W ., .MH , wg A ,ymv:vef1'u'g,.: 7,1445 :W-'Q 5, yi Rvws.: ., .3 ,gmy , J. , . .J-,.-.K -V-'.g,y ' ,f PM fr v 1--.A v-ff 2 X 'X SPIRIT SOARS A 6 1 w g Qu' . - - ' r' l , , ' ..- if . lx ' I I Q 'S 1,- - h . 0 . iv 1 Q' M. ,I . , JS, , ,,r, . -v..gg.gi:k..,p5,:,f3ggf5g 5,g3 F 1-b ,. ,V - igM.M',-'f,.1'w,- ix K. 1 f H- U44 3 ,w,..,,,,.-f -W V. W . . n.. ff, sk, Agfa 43-2 gQ 5:Qf?76f,,.f .i..,.v.kQ,ff, i1':.ig,ff::!,"F1i,le,"qf'f' if f f 5"Xb,f"A '.I :ww-F 've SQZSQW. .- ' ww - 4' f J. we . w ff-.,-ww, YV7m 'VU 7' ' 'S 'Ha nfl: f ,-f,-,f- fn- , , ,W ' Ui, ,rg r+w"1.g"""' .a,? :,l I-. , 5' z- 5 Q2 if ff,g,,ff.,.,,,f 'mtg H56 an M , N: 'kg r ',-' v " Q ,. 1 'I f' V 1 Robin Named Basketball Sweetheart On lVlarch 19, the Keyettes sponsored a Basketball Homecoming. The basketball team chose five attendants and from these girls selected a Sweetheart. Robin Nelson, escorted by Stan Sunday, was selected Sweetheart. Other attendants were: Jan Alexander, escorted by Allan Harris, Donna Burch, escorted by Byron Green, Janet Busbee, escorted by Mark Gardner, and Pam Frady, escorted by Joey Kelly. Suzelle Crowned Jr. Miss December 9th was an exciting night for the ten contestants in the 1973 Jr. Miss Pageant. Suzette Moore was crowned Niceville- Valparaiso Jr. Miss. First runner-up was Stormy Wilson, second runner-up was Kathy Kuehltau. Other contestants were Andre Crooke, Miss Congeniality: Debbie Driverp Pam Mathers: Cheryl Seaitzp Diane Gaiser: Susie Schulerp and Michelle Orlando. 'II 1 v 5:5 "" I 5 ,. if 1 1 3 A V1 19 Sophomores Present N. H. S. Pincifore The Sophomore Class presented the N.H.S. Pinafore, a talent show. Cash prizes of five, ten and fifteen dollars were awarded to the top three contestants. Tommy Phillips, who sang and played an original number on the guitar won first place. The Reasons: Joey Kelly, Allan Anglea, Charlie Shand, Randy Cuchens, and Stan Sunday, sang two numbers and were awarded second place. Rick Schneblin, who recited an original dedication to the return of the POW's won third place. Billy Nlosteferis was the master of ceremonies. The show was also presented in the evening, and was an equal success. The sophomore class collected S507, part of which was raised for the annual Senior Breakfast. is 1 . .lir . R - l 1 9 .V 5 QP X. gf Q' x M mf ily I K., pi' 2 Z 2 f. Q V. ,g 1 'V' u-V4 V ' Q . 3 T is .aww ' Mm L ewan fv 'rw ,B 19, Q,N .N V, W. , ' r A A 2 'Q 4' 2 . 7 if af Q wg 7 4 X. Cheerleaders Lead Pep Rallies The NHS Cheerleaders put forth a great effort in building up the school spirit. They made signs for the games and also did favors for the athletic teams. The Varsity Cheerleaders were: Karen Dearborne, Sarah Littel, Dawn Massoni, Hope lVledecky, Debbie Miller, Patty Reed, lVlissi Skinner, Vicki Strong, and Eagle mascot was Debbie Gibb. i Q 3 .....--.---w--our-' ln.: lei" V 'VJ-:. -df U5 QLD A Q -QI? ,,, . 4 J. V. Cheerleaders Boost Spirit The J. V. Cheerleaders worked hard to build the spirit for the J. V. teams. The J. V. Cheerleaders were: Nan Hearne, Anne Rooney, Connie Rich, and Sandy Hawkins. fviioml CGRRAS ff"- mn.. .Z r, xx sf v as up ,MW .v,,. .A 4 .,. . ifwgf -,sf ..f:,. I Clubs In Classes Add to N. H. S. gs U ' 'sf' if iff' AP ,. 'ff E ' "1n-an-..- Q i R. O. T. C. Awarded National Honor Unit Award The Niceville R.O.T.C. Unit was again awarded the National Honor Unit Award. The Niceville Unit was the only unit in Florida to receive this award. This year for the first time girls were added to R.O.T.C., and they were a big success. The annual Military Ball was held in December, and Debbie Byrd was crowned Sweetheart. Many of the R.O.T.C. alumni returned for the occasion. we is 5 .- . "f lr- nf ,1 'L - 4 fs ,F N V , I ..,. t , K ,. ,, W .5 ,,, . 551311 gig!! 3 . -: M-Adv-4 ,. vi' -I v! J '1-' fn '. 1 x .nw .,A,,, X X L 1 5 rw' - 'Q .Q ffm rr-,mv 1 Q -'n .AN N... r -- zfpffgfui .- V21' Q b-r-- ' , ,'1 . : ,Lg www MM HE K 'My ,Mx R, iffy' SLK., ,NA 1-Q1 2-'VN w w-ft' ,- rf +. 149535-14 -ff" W. Y' Q-.1 K :Y n quwlxtgg- r 4 .1 .."".. vw' Jln um 4 ff. av 'sf'- - Members of the A.F.J.R.0.T.C. Group Staff were Cadet Colonel Kelly Nichols, Cadet Lt. Colonel Ken Byrd, Cadet Major Charles Kennedy, Cadet Major Bob Hearne, Cadet Major Eddie Kelly, Cadet Major Tim Reynolds, Cadet Captain John Gwynn, Cadet 1st Lt. Don Jarvinen, Cadet Major Brian Cruttenden, Cadet Major John Delaune, and Cadet Master Sergeant Willie Files. , 'Q LL Qwfau ' Y ,ga E' e D. C. T. Sells Buttons ond Choins To help promote spirit, D.C.T. sold Basketball Booster Buttons and also N.H.S. key chains. They competed in the District Meeting in Crestview. They entered Cheryl Norris in spelling and Cindy Lingerfelt in shorthand, both placed second. D.C.T. members were: Paula Owens, President, Cindy Lingerfelt, Vice-President, Kay Perkins, Secretary, Dianne Walls, Treasurer, Joyce Kelly, Historian, Micki Jones, Reporter, Betty Tillerson, Photographer, Mr. Hartin, Coordinator, Robert Armstrong, Donna Beers, Debbie Coon, Patricia Evans, Diane Florence, Diane Geralds, Michael Martin, Dorothy Meadowcraft, Mark Nadeau, Sheryl Norris, Carol Plinske, Brenda Tate, and Charles Kennedy. :Weir C B '5- 4 I.-2 ' i awww f 1 xl 1. u ,,,.. nn., Aw . ,,s..we,,,wm I A ,,...1 ,MH 1 f A 42 2 we V. O. E. Heads for Dallas W B A ,cfm-er ' 4, 'f ,.,,w ye 1-ffl' if ,NX W - , ix , ,W Xl, , , ,aw A 4 ,af 'S -.. The VOE Club's goal was a trip to Dallas, Texas. ln order to reach this goal, they sponsored many money raising projects such as a doughnut sale, Ft. Walton Beach Viking Funeral Parade, selling stationery, and selling spirit ribbons. Members of VOE were: Michelle Orlando, President, Cheryl Seaitz, Vice-President, Debbie Bowling, Secretary, Rita Banks, Treasurer, Dot Bailey, Historian, Donna Burch, Debbie Driver, Melissa Curry, Shirley Simons, Becky Prieto, Mary Ann Pitts, Jean Amunds, Sharon Taylor, Kaye Gause, Marsha Cooksey, Donna Pellum, Cheryl Kenninson, and Mrs. Cason, sponsor. 'Danny ' 5' N il? Y 1 A kiw i fi! ei' , 1 ""w.,, 'H . . 4' '15, 'f . A .37 , 'r HP' LQ tr' - " 1. N' .-11 " , I-'v.1:r'a - I 1- wg. X 'N 'S ' at 'hi -' I ij rv " -. 'ra . 7 5 M. g I, -x A :Wi-5 ' fn . . A -'......u Q X .agsz-:ls-"'l. is . Aquilo Stoll Works ond Worries se. out The Aquila Staff attended two workshops to help prepare them for the task ahead. They worked hard on layouts, writing copy, and took many pictures to make a memorable yearbook for the school. Aquila Staff members were: Laura Lynn, Editor, Ann Reese, Layout Editor: Anne Harris, Copy Editor, Mary Edmunds and Debbie Reeves, Business Managers Stormy Wilson, Debi Grisset, and Holly Going, Classes: Angela Park, Eddie Allred, and Bill Moses, Sports: Bill Moses, Harold Gilland, and Mike Hilburng Photographers: Debbie Driver and Debbie Reeves, Student Life: and Mr. Thomas,Sponsor. , ..,, .x,. ..,.f-' W! cf 'S , qiQ5::,+,3".5 .955 1 - ,, V ,. -fag, f MV.. wig - ,142 . f,.k , .HW-5-TZQ. Y? 'f,'.,ff - , Ag! fyxhf Wm 1 1- ff 56Ag,,Mj4aQ u if L W hiffm fa'-fry n,j.,5.?'4f29'1g':w.? xa'33f'?f'z sf ww? M. Qmf A W A7 f- fjfzrgg. ,rin f- ,, , -5gff4i.I2.::il3 ,' 2,, S . i :W 3555 gf 33, 'li gg V 'ill 3 vii . 'fixes :Q 1 M1 2 1: .V ., '.'3,f:" rff4- 'iff ' 2' Viv ? .Q R, y ' 3'ffi5 :Q W' Xxx! Q.. , ,f N MA A..,. 3 ,u I V 1 vw A. U Nm wail was Q 4 l a we Eyrie Times Keeps Students Informed The school newspaper, known for many years as the WAR EAGLE changed its name to the EYRIE TIMES. To keep the student body informed of the events taking place, they published 12 issues of the newspaper. EYRIE TIMES Staff members were: Cathy Phelps Editor-in-Chief: Belinda Fondren, News Editor: Stephanie Phelps, Viewpoint Editor: Jane Cartwright, Feature Editor: Stan Sunday, Sports Editor: Debbie Eckertz, Advertising Manager: Shireen Hol- man, Business Nlanager: Mark lVlannix, Photographer: Joey Kelly, Sports Staff: Ric Schneblin, Jody Edwards, Cathy Harris, Lori King, John Pellem, and Nlrs. Nancarrow, Advisor. Gill . i .Di : A A E iifllflll 1, , .,,:.,, ,. Nagy -4.5. SEQ 1' Deboters Trovel to U.W.F. ond F.S.U. The Debate Team debated the National High School Debate Topic and resolved that governmental financial support for all public elementary and secondary education in the United States should be provided exclusively by the Federal Government. They participated in the University of West Florida Tournament with 41 other teams from Alabama, Florida, and Nlississippi. Karl Nloore, Steve Wright, Billy lVlosteferis, and Ken lVliller placed third. In the District I Debate Tournament at Florida State University Billy Nlosteferis and Ken lVliller placed third, Karolyn Nlanchuta and Don Jarvinen placed fourth. Members of the Debate Team were: David Dinnes, Tom Edwards, Don Jarvinen, Karolyn Machuta, Ken lVliller, Karl IVloore, Billy Nlosteferis, Jeannie Seale, and Steve Wright. , iw 5-.awww '- f I IVIII X1 I l l A weigh 3' -Z' T 4. rw N KY! ytlp 37,5 ,QA K 5 S in, K tt I M 'f 'fm T F I -db' " . I y Q 1 w X y bf Mu -.y y 4 psi, T Z5 ' if 3 T A 7 ,,, I ' i 'Qi ' yfxw 1 , X, I dei' ,. , -14 rs, Bond Ploys ol Soldiers' Return The Niceville Golden Eagle Band placed in first division in both the T Southeastern States Nlarching Festival and the District Nlarching Festival. They also played at the return of the 33rd Tactical Fighter Wing. The men were so pleased that they gave the band a picture of the plane and a replica of the F-15 Eagle. Officers of the band were: Paul Hudson, Drum Nlajorp Louise Mitchell, Drum Nlajoretteg Bob Hearne, Senior Lieutenant: Joe Hart, Junior Lieutenant: Terri Davis, Head Majorette. gm, J 4 w The N H S Chorus had a successful year The Chorus presented the "Messiah ln December The Chorus was honored to send 30 students to sang with Robert Shaw In February Thelr mann goal was to work toward the state contest whlch was held In Aprll ,AS-' 5' 9 H , 3 1 'W ,SJ 'an Q A V E A K t 5 l ab , of Q ' uv 1 X. V . 21 1 . . , - I , . fi, N 'Q g X 'S W V: V, vt . W Y I, A, A , ii , ,X , v ii LQ M V - w ,gt ,v Q' , ,. ff ' 'V 4 JL F Q lv ,. x N is f -T4 'ia-2' ' pu E ' ' 1,-. V ' 'r QQ' - 2, W if X iff ' 1 Q , W fix mx J V , 1 W gg ' ., fw::1 "K X at , , '15 f f x adv 4 " 'N .fs 15 'f Q. 1, A Q " . .amd - 4. ' 5 v WH' ,.b . f six JH 19' 5. W6 5 E , u5 . A ,dis Q ' , is . I f H. . Y . J gg vf T JZ , 1 .4 J Personality is What Makes a Man an Individual 4. I siss-lis' vw' s f Class of '73 Rallies Behind Officers I WUI L? 'Q' 0 ' rt. The Senior Class rallied to a victorious year under the leadership of President, John Delaune: Vice-President, Susie Schullerp Secretary, Nlo Learnardp and Treasurer, Robert Hearne. I 11' ,pa-01 A qfyb. , K Juniors Buslly Work Toword Prom ,-wa., 41 8,0 The Junior Class planned for the Prom with a successful fund raising drive and class meetings which were directed by President, Tom Warsheskip Vice-President, John Grimes: Secretary, Nancy Nlathiasg and Treasurer, Paul Whiddon. Sophomore Closs Elects Officers Four enthusiastic officers were chosen to lead the Sophomore Class. They were: Presi- dent, Wanda Penalverp Vice-President, Elaine Shelley: Secretary, Terry Davis: and Treasurer, Patty Michlo. 'unaf- X if XX 5 I A ef ,ov-' -WWW Q e e Students of NHS Receive Honors A A 'Q-pr i . 1 fa.-PM -Y' 1 Q - gh, fan JZSEQ' 89 K -Q2 QS:-'tm-' s , . .9 xnxx? . ,fx - '5 1 X X Q X My D 11 'Te , Z' .- - .f . X , x 11 I is h ,. ft ss 'bl -V 96' syx'xl- 1 sf agaf, ,. 1 - r .ff . X 7,5130 -Y Af X -ex . Dx, M N-39 .ix .A gl hits. Stormy Wilson was chosen to represent DAR from Niceville High. Five students of NHS were awarded outstanding teenager certifi- cates. They were Cathy Harris, Jane Cartwright, John Gwynn, Gary Williams, and Robert Hearne. Miss Debbie Byrd was crowned ROTC Sweetheart at the annual ROTC Military Ball held on the twenty-first of December. She was escorted by Cadet Major Charles Kennedy. Holl Ol Fome is Chosen by Teochers James IVlihalcik The crest and crowning of all good, Life's final star, is Admiration is our polite recognition of another's resemblance to Brotherhood. Edwin Markham ourselves. Bierce wma ' g '13, cnowu 5 -,ig X : vu ' Q45 f- - ,-----"- . ., -, ,...--1- Jane Cartwright R K ' S51 V W Wim ,V l Laura Lynn Wear your learning like your watch, in a private pocket: and do not pull it out and strike it, merely to show that you have one. Chesterfield A l W Randy Cuchens When you are aspiring to the highest place it is honorable to reach the second or even the third rank. Cicero 111 ., ' 1, l , - 1 I I if Filer. 'Q f s JP A X ' . -u -v,v', 'ff' nf , f-2?-gtg o L' ff i 3,5 Y Pat Lang A healthy body is a guest chamber for the soulg a sick body is a prison. Bacon Debbie Driver There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness. Lady Blessington John Gwynn No man should part with his own individuality and become that of another. Channing Stephanie Phelps Talent is nurtured in solitude, character is formed in the stormy billows of the world. Goethe -est A' x rsh ln- Stormy Wilson You must look into people as well as at them. Chesterfield Robert Hearne Every man has three characters: That which he exhibits that which he has, and that which he thinks he has. Alphonse Karr 5 4 1 Clubs Heighten Student Body Spirit. 0 W 10' if f- NY f Q l l' 1 , K H f. ..,L.v 'Wu Student Council Furnishes School Dorkroom s.."""" Student Council got an early start this year. During the summer, the council obtained permission to have a tape player in the cafeteria, revised the Student Handbook, and bought the menu board for the cafeteria. Student Council repainted the curbs in the parking lot, and they planned Homecoming and carried it off successfully. Leaders of Student Council were: Stormy Wilson, President, Mike Little, Vice-President, Suzette Moore, Secretary, Jeannie Fitzgerald, Treasurer, Miss Harral, and Mrs. Walker, Sponsors. Senior representatives are: Jay Arseth, Jane Cartwright, Andre Crooke, Marcie Downey, Belinda Fondren, Paul Hudson, Don Johnston, Laura Lynn, Paul McCarty, Billy Mosteferis, Stephanie Phelps, Susie Sims, Stan Sunday, and Sandra Whitley. Junior Representatives are: Jenny Angelos, Janet Busbee, Pat Christenson, Jody Edwards, Mark Gardner, Debi Grissett, Don Jarvinen, Sarah Littell, Margie McAllister, Bill Moses, Patti Rey, Debbie Seward, and Karen Williams. Sophomore representatives are: Allen Baker, Diana Bishop, Darby Burch, Pam Cobb, Terri Davis, Bobby Garner, Becki Guidry, Brian Holmlund, George Johnson, Rosanne Martin, Carolyn Meigs, Debbie Miller, Esther Parish, Anne Rooney, Debbie Tew, and Clint Wright. Keyettes Collect for MOD The Keyettes have carried off many successful projects this year. They have participated in the March of Dimes Crusade, worked with the Council of Aging and also provided goods for needy families. Keyettes also participated in the Clean Up The Beach campaign. Members of the Keyettes were: Martha Meigs, President, Mo Learnard, Vice President, Susan Butcher, Secretary, Theresa Sadler, Treasurer, Gina Orlando, Historian, Mrs. Medford, Sponsor, Jennifer Angelos, Janet Busbee, Suzanne DeBee, Debbie Driver, Debbie Gibb, Gina Guzzetta, Melissa Inman, Paula Inman, Dawn Massoni, Pam Mathers, Joan McDonnell, Hope Medcky, Carolyn Meigs, Barb Monroe, Robin Nelson, Brenda Ogles, Janet Powell, and Kristin Wendland. "ii's':' sffiill , .ir ' ' AQ 1 fd' Si5E?i54e:::,:,.6A , . :E2i5E2Q211Ql?3g2f"'5 1.-...,.,,,,-.. Y ..f- . L X f. Q Q ! J - an A 'ff nl I ,--91 i,, k Q-737' Y :Nan 1, K-..,,,, W, wyf :qpjh A M . W7 x j x b Y f ?f, ?fTfiiT 9' ,ki ' " f Q.,.,'f:MgzQ 'W' -eff 'A ' M ' . I .9-F Key Club Cleans Up Beach This year, Key Club has aided the Council of Aging, helped with the Clean up the Beach project, and contributed goods and services to the needy in community projects. They have also promoted a better relationship between other schools in the county by holding athletic and social events. Members were: Joey Kelly, President, Mike Keller, Vice-President, Don Wendland, Secretary, Mark Gardner, Treasurer, Norman Eastman, Sergeant-of-Arms, Coach Rush, Sponsor, Mike Alexander, Joey Anchors, Allen Anglea, Greg Brown, Albert Kennedy, Dale Metcalf, David Owens, Terry Phillips, Jim Richards, Charlie Shand, Jim Skinner, Stan Sunday, Drew Tucker, Tom Warsheski, Don Wendland, and Paul Whiddon. QQ? -x J" ,545 .A K4 In in , K ." i 19" Q.. ,. af? '2?gaf.SP'erxz-,1!??'-st'E'iF-Af , f K Nm. 41' My WHTEIITS iirsrmx X TWQYE FFH9' if x xr W .. 4 ' .iw Q 1, hu- Ax i 'S 1 441' Entre Nous Joins Schools Entre Nous meaning "among us" was an organization consisting of members from both Choctaw and Niceville. The club tries to better relations between the two schools. This year, Entre Nous sponsored a Valentine Ball and hosted the "Little Miss PIayground" contest. The sponsor was Mrs. Gordon and members from Niceville were: Cheryl Seaitz, President, Janet Busbee, Secretary, Donna Burch, Lu-Ann Cook, Debbie Driver, Debra Kennedy, Patty NlcDermott, Renee IVlcKissak, Hope Medcky, Debbie Reeves, Ann Rooney, Theresa Sadler, and Doris Tanner. F. H. A. Goes io Cleorwoter Caruso, Debbie Branch, and Dee Henessy. .....n.M........u.. F.H.A. worked hard this year to raise enough money to send Wanda Penalver to the state convention in Clearwater. One of their activities was a bake sale. Members of F.H.A. were: Susan Adams, President, Jean Amunds, Vice-President, Debbie Overton, Secretary-Treasurer, Angela Hawks, Carol Hughs, Dawn Skinner, Pamela Hawks, Mary , I . x' 'ff' Q 5 54, 1' nf .f 5 ,fa I f N I 1 F, J f ,. Vs if f ' is 1 A' gi, ,M is ,f if- 5 . .21 1 , ! af L Bible Club Sponsors Jesus Rolly The Bible Club came through strong this year. They began with a Jesus Rally, which included a sunrise service and a guest speaker from Pensacola. They also studied the best seller "Guide to Survival" by Salem Kirban. Members of the Bible Club were: Crystal Good, President: Bobby Strong, Bible Study Leader, Joni Rogers, Secre- tary: Cathy Witcher, Treasurer: Lori King, Liz Jepson, Penny Stephens, Ric Schneblin, Suzan Phillips, Doreen Beasley, Pam Cobb, Kerry Dillion, Joni Short, and Debbie Phillips. , ,,, ,,., . . .-,. .,,, ' fbYp.f'i5fj . " f , WWW-" - 2 . 2-'T' ' 'i ' T H335 1 . , . ,x,,f 3. ., A ggggsgjiif' mf: 4 f - r W 67 fz i .M 1 4? Q , + Pa A ff 1' . .I J viii . . Q 1 K X WR TM W' 'jx Z 3 " Y ' I I :eq WL ', 'QL 'A' ' , 5 r ' eff' 2 'J J ' M . It P , ' Bw' or , X We x 'Ni ,sk x ,, I ww, rr , . SK- . ,, -i idx, , J I 1 , ,,,,,.. N' if ,. -:'.v"' ' 4 ' x -v ., .L ..:, , ,, f. ,, ' Q ,, 'we 1 -Lu. lAAI'ibfJb'1i.BL:f'4 "'3"""""' J' FF :Q .P 533 Dorden, Jesse Gassaway, Debbie Bowling, Anne Harris, Angela Parks, Liz Jepson, R ic Schneblin, and Wanda Penalver. -IK 5, ' 1 J Thespians members were: Jody Edwards, Jeannie Fitzgerald, Brent like Pep Club H Pep Club demonstrated its support for the Eagle athletic teams throughout the year. They sponsored spirit contests, senred at a Kick-Off Coffee for the football player's parents, and they did favors for all the athletic teams. Pep Club members were: Debbie Driver, President, Debbie Reeves, Vice-President, Laura Nlorey, Secretary- Treasurer, Shelly Simons, Debbie Overton, Doreen Beasley, lris Franco, Anne Harris, Penny Stephens, Shireen Holman, Denise Williams, Nlrs. Cason, lVlrs. Brinson, Nlr. Bartlett, and lVIrs. Blud- worth, Sponsors. Y' as Best Year ,- f--we K K lg 'KN f S V 4 n N. i X Vs 5 H G XV ' 3 4 I ""'T ff ,- .L l I X I . re ,,, l 4.4- Y .I N 1 K , s,,., s K. FYR lv X, TUX "Y4b4f4Oi-'A' A 1 1 , x 15 is ...pw- Y ' ' 5 W 6 'Y-5 Y la V ,J H. ff X mg.: -'fs' 2' . f ,if af ' , -nn ,,,.' . ,Lu 3 .K ,, 3.- , , S f :fi , ...,k,,, N ,A f A. ' vy,f..c . 1- . ' H- My . ,f1w2s.f,1. 7 my , , as . '. 3522255 I 1 ,imp- f P .QR r ' X 1 X ,, ' ,yt . ,M :,.y5g:1. K S .,w,,,.,.,, H ,, ,.,. Mk I ww- 2 I 'Q l . if my 7'-X 4' gk 'ev , ,,,,.,.x L .- 1 W ff.. A QQ- f Wheelelles Collect Money for Velerons Wheelettes was an active club this year. They entered a car in the Homecoming Parade, worked the concession stand for the J. V. games, took donations for the Disabled Veterans, and took a Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner to a family. Members of Wheelettes were: Stephanie Phelps, President: Kathy Kuehltau, Vice-President, Doris Tanner, Secretary, Mrs. Lovelace, Mrs. Powell, and Mrs. Brinson, Sponsors: Chris Dietzen, Gentleman, Debbie Bishop, Elaine Bobbit, Andre Brinson, Donna Burch, Barbara Carson, Marcie Downey, Jo Ann Falls, Suaanne Florence, Belinda Fondren, Theresa Gwynn, Elise Hilton, Shelia Hinds, Micki Jones, Debbie Lawson, Sheryl Learnard, Margy McCoIIester, Karolyn Manchuta, Pam McCormick, Paula McCormick, Mae Winn Morgan, Sheryl Norris, Robin Ogles, Michelle Orlando, Connie Paschal, Missi Skinner, Betty Tillerson, and Nettie Troutman. avian' . W' 3 Q1 is 7 " - 'Q QD! "V l fr v? , r 4 ,.,, W , ,.,.1k gg 3,3 04" I 41 1-rvdfx' Kc N 8 J' ,Q ix,-ff 'B-..- S' 'C Q. rf S ' ,.,,111. C. 113-sf. . gan ' 1 "ffl l g , gt 1 lnteroct Honors Senior Girls Interact participated in many activities this year. They entered a car in the Viking Funeral Parade and also participated in the Cleanup the Beach project. Members of Interact were: President, Paul McCarty, Vice-President, Keith Baker, Secretary, Rod Jones, Treasurer John Delaune, Sweethearts, Senior Class Girls, Mr. Lacy, Sponsor, Larry Adams, Bob Baker, Bobby Bell, Jim Carson, Rod Cushing, Chris Dietzen, Harold Gilland, John Grimes, Bob Hearne, Jim Holmlund, Robert Kelley, Keith McDougall, Chuck Middleton, James Mihalcik, Rick Morrill, Thomas Morrison, Billy Mosteferis, Kelly Nichols, Randy Thomas, and Kevin Waldrup. H2 I 1 ' ff l "" gf , . V VV M. s 2, ' 'V tl, , gy "sith A ,J - is i l 5' . N - 5 f 1 l 'Q gg Moth Club Sponsors Slip Slick Slider This year the Math Club stayed very busy. They entered a float in the Homecoming Parade, and they also sponsored a "Slip Stick Slider" contest. Members of the Math Club were: Donald Dennis, President, Paul McCarty, Vice President, Liz Jepson, Secretary, James Lockwood, Treasurer, Mr. Bartlett, Sponsor, Richard Adel- man, Kevin Aldrich, Richard Arpke, Jane Bailey, Bob Baker, Greg Brown, Chris Bennett, Charles Clayvielle, Lori Fears, Lisa Gardner, Byron Green, Mike Hardin, Don Jarvinen, Jon Jepson, Richard Machos, Tom Morrison, Mark Powers, Cheryl Purdy, Melissa Skinner, Gary Williams, Karen Williams, Mike Young, Russell Feilding, and Dori Zgonc. 1 1 3 A Z .1 's 3, x P VN , -11 nz: Iwi . ,:'-iff-fl-' JS7':1H'SSf sw- , 4 w:A: , ,,4f Y , . V: ' .fa wi A . vw , 'gy-f, ,-.11 H 3315 ,4?'K:Q-',5151.'i- -.13 ' , X A . - R: -, 3,3-L,-W, 0.3. - ,dy gnu. , gtg , ' , , wry? 4..:w3gf,., . was V sy. iff, Q, A Q1 155-'f'-'iffa ' y 'W 1 ff' ' A W 4 4 -. rl' 1 JW L f 2 -' 'fx K1 sa - 6155 5 19 iii: 1' , ,ax If-wi::,'i?22e4?f2:afffi4'-.5. ,im Tfz.zif ,f4f.f, Quill ond Scroll Publishes Mogozine Members of Quill and Scroll were: Kaye Fries, President: Dori Zgonc, Vice-president: Debbie Bowling, Secretary, Dwana Greer, Treasurer: Karolyn Machuta, Sonia McCrory, Allen lVliIler, Ann Reese, Anne Harris, Dawn Skinner, Don Wendland, Bonnie Cole, Nancy Jones, Gail Kirkpatrick, Joyce Reid, Patti Ray, Angela Park, and Karen Williams. un-,.,,,NNk After initiating the new members, Quill and'ScroIl started to earn money for the annual Tail Feathers magazine. They sponsored a Creative Writing Contest and a Pizza-Candy Cane Contest. At the end of the year, they sold their magazine with a pleasing amount of success. xj :X Ti.,-1 1. fl Qxcfig, ,YQ z, Q In YL JK as 14 Zig " .pr 5. 253 it EH , 'ir' -41 Honor Society Aims for Convention in Polm Beoch The Honor Society Tom-Wat sales were once again a successful beginning for their yearly projects. After new members were initiated, the book store was opened in the mornings. They also donated a large sum of money for the eventual acquisition of a darkroom for the school. Members were John Gwynn, President, Jane Cartwright, Vice President: Laura Lynn, Secretary, Cathy Harris, Treasurer, Kevin Alldredge, lan Andrews, Jeanie Fitzgerald, Robert Hearne, Keith Hlava, Brad Jenison, Don Johnston, Sonia McGrory, James Mihalcik, Alice Monroe, Linda Monteith, Tom Morrison, Kelly Nichols, Stephanie Phelps, Leonard Polomski, Rebecca Prieto, Jim Purdy, Ann Reese, Susie Schuller, Tim Walker, Mary Washington, Stormy Wilson, Dori Zgonc, Randy Cuchens, Richard Hoskins, Frieda Little, Walter Stewart, Debra West, Jane Bailey, Toby Brock, Donald Dennis, Jody Edwards, Tom Edwards, Mark Gardner, Lisa Gardner, Byron Green, Mike Hardin, Scott Harris, Joseph Hart, Don Jarvinen, Liz Jepson, Jim Lockwood, Richard Machos, Dwain Mathers, Louise Mitchell, Tim Monteith, Bill Moses, Maritza Ortiz, Mark Pierson, Mark Powers, Gary Reinzenwitz, Edward Sadler, Dawn Turner, Gary Williams, and Karen Williams. if it f ' .,., . . '1A 3 .115 ceuulv nlv. ,,,..,,-.fbwwz ,W,.4..M" W' , Q.,:'i v 45 I mf 1:55124 .fy fi M .A - --P-ms 5131: fig, Www -4..,.,, ng., 1. in 1 .....f....... ' 5 :A HT. ar: Af J Foreign Longuoge Goes Coroling Among other activities, Foreign Language Club went caroling on base this Christmas. They have also visited museums in the area. Sponsors were: Mr. Pacheco, Mrs. Walker, and Mrs. Fischer. Members were: Dwana Greer, President, Pat Christenson, Secretary-Treasurer, Anne Reese, Spanish Delegate, Mary Reese, French Delegate, Karen Williams, German-Latin Delegate, Mike Alexander, Mary Edmonds, Jody Edwards, Tom Edwards, Pat Estes, Lori Fears, James Fears, Kay Fries, Wayne Gatliff, Teresa Gwynn, Lisa Hart, Keith Hlava, Shireen Holman, Lori King, Joni Knight, Sandy Kuhn, Cathy Lyons, Kim Reider, Pat Spaulding, Linda Takala, Dawn Turner, Mary Washington, Paul Weeks, and Barbara Winn. all vt! ,Ei fy Interclub Council Approves Activities Interclub Council consisted of all the Presidents of the clubs. They met together to plan club activities, pass activities for clubs, and to U! help each other raise money. Members of the Council are Mike Little, President, Debbie Reeves, Vice President, Cheryl Seaitz, 1 Secretary, Miss Harral, Sponsor, Andre Crooke, John Delaune, Doodle Dennis, Debbie Driver, Jody Edwards, Kaye Fries, John Gwynn, Joey Kelly, Paul McCarty, Martha Meigs, Michelle Orlando, Wanda Penalver, Stephanie Phelps, and Stormy Wilson. Athletics Play An Important Role At Niceville :Tie 45, ,NRI ,,. 9,353 J- tw Gridders Hove Successful 6-4 Seoson 5 l I a e o 9 a a . J F K A AR V ,, -1 P 93 .1,. a ,Q x ji 0 X I ,Q ., if -o " s M , gi 3 l'f'?i'EafQ3 Z?'l1dY-411 in . Q s ss 1. b gl V . . 5 yy . V - . I M fs- ,mb 4 as ,s s' f a s, I r l I W ,, .x 4 , ,A t . .1 .n , ' X 533 ' . A. , ' ,T ' - . Qs.s . 5 . ' , Kagan: A23 '19, ,As!,'.?, -,gtg s ska. , 1972 Varsity Football Team I Q fax. X Eagles Score 33-6 Homecoming Wm ' f. w' , fi?'3'a,1. ' A ' ' 'W ' 5 ,'if?'? 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X :A x ' . 1 IQ S , Q ,Y , Q7 fi? 'P -.' H. 6 1 , U I lf. yn , N J., 5 t A -9' I, i 'A ,I , 41 WV my Cobrcas Post A-3 Season Ledger M ,M k N ' ff: -:Q-niiiiif , , , K ' 2 11,5-, im,-. fff. ,,:,,.QmT" . i 'M 'S S H . '4'fN 1 if .,. Ta, .J me ?9 if H1 H, as-5 , " wtf 'l: Q '. , 1 x RV 5 - ii x B , . ,Q , 27.456 . G, .vu KM. 'mwigxl - I .... Eagle Girls Played Volleyball if , iam. iii' fy ,QE QQ xi XZ 4951 -Q--.....,,,,,,..,,,,.,nmw ---....,,,,-,. -i..,,,.- -..,-,Zi 5 1 This was a very successful season for Nicevilles' Girls' Volleyball teams. Under the excellent coaching of Mrs. King, the "A" team took second place, and the "B" team took first place in the county tournament. ,far Q 5" M .zalxo I J A ..,,..5Sbv'4W ' ' Q........., ..-M.. --..-5 'Q , 1 , 5 XS-A. M...-B....- N M. .-.a-......-,. f ...ts X Absolute team work and endurance, gave the "A" team a very impressive season Many hours of hard practice and effort proved to be well worth the time spent by both coach and girls. ,. -f 1 n 3 is , .- 4 Q5 if e eff!-"ff if i W, fi x fh- W " P 1 1 Q .Q iQ35lkgg1:,7 Qxw, .,,' 5 K lA ,X , K It WV ' I 9 3 M-sow tif. The games played against Choctawatchee, by "B" team were very close, but complete team effort and determination for a common goal proved most beneficial and gave the girls a big win. 96 r J Eogles Aim for the County Title For the third consecutive year the Girl's Basketball teams aimed for the county title. After long hours of practice both teams participated in the county tournament held at Fort Walton High, lVlarch 19 and 20. , - .W . , L, ,,,uN' if ' fu T' H--3 The "A" team, consisting of Juniors and Seniors, battled five other schools in an effort to retain their title. Juniors and Sophomores made up the "B" team and were challenged by the same five rivals. Jhdire- ,. mtffiiafalfiggg 1 K I TS .Ji Y v , NQQQQ , aw--'G ' I rg gfgfgk' , ' ' .f:2?1f'2f"" zu?" " vfffifji y ' J, M. - ' may i ifzew i ff, 'f ' , 1 11 if 4 rf- Mi IP! A 'ri --I+ of W 100 Wh Eagles Take First Annual Cage Tournament , ...Q-"""" '1 N X gf? ' ' e n alani, , M e.e,a.,na V ,aanMa, aaaa,en, Y W g,,a A.nefY ,e,.na.an an ll . Wf,k Q , ,K , fi Q4 . q f falg qbwmwwm ' ,I : V YV , fi 5 - va a ' 21 iii? i e f 9' u l ' "' '2 T7 2134, ff!" "f F a ' QA Q A M M I, Y f 1 ff' T. f- H' - . n ' .v n 3l iff.-, HL, jug' q ' 'A Q y Ai. '7 Q ge, n za N 1 ,.. l , Q-'Q wmv' J 10 102 515 Eagles Rolled Post Boy High 90-67 E l ll ,ffjgl l . l,ll , lr: ,.J .-be 2 . ,. 51 ., ,, F " - l ' My-www A 1' ,,..,u. 'fb f 6 1 ,W 1 'X-A ...f Eiga! 1 gr. xg, f k fs s ., vga. 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Gary Dietzen Brent Doeden Mary Dubro Kathy Dupre Jay Duncan Kathy Dunn Jim Durham Pam Duvall Florence Early Jim Early Mary Ann Eastwood Debbie Eckartz Bruce Edgar Angela Edge Mary Edmonds 2 Jody Edwards Tom Edwards Steve Embrey Cathy Ensley Opal Enzor Nathaniel Epps Dale Eriksson Betty Evans Louis Evans Melissa Evans James Fears Jo Ann Falls Janis Farmer Tommy Fields Russell Fielding Willy Files John Fitzgerald Kathy Fitzgerald Sherry Fletcher gl if ug., .Q x Debbie Francis Tana Frazier Neil F reshour Steve Friend Steve Gailey Lisa Gardner Mark Gardner John Garea Kay Gause Jesse Gassaway Wayne Gatliff Karl Glass Holly Going Yolanda Gomez Craig Gou rley Pat Gow Larry Grams Byron Green Lynn Gregory Tim Griesheimer James Griffeth Robert J. Griffin Robert L. Griffin John Grimes Debi Grissett Donald Grund Judy Guthrie Gina Guzzetta Buddy Halford Harold Hall Holly Hallenbourg Chuck Hamilton Leah Harbison Mike Hardin 4" '41 Gary Harrell Allen Harris Scott Harris Joe Hart D. J. 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Jon Walker Malcolm Walker Tom Warsheski Maria West Sharon West Paul Whiddon Cindy Whitaker Cindy White Claudia White Mary White Mark Wilbu rn Kenneth Wiley Angie Wilkerson David Williams Debbie Williams Denise Williams Gary Williams Karen Williams Cathy Witcher Jon Witcher Debbie Wolfe Rip Wright Layne Wygle Flick Zern 17 SOPHOMORES SPGNSOR ANNUAL SENICJR BREAKFAST fw1,3,.g, hmxsr Mfvwy-,,, fy,1,,,,m,.mL,,q M, r: ,xxgxfw-1, :g1,a-,,,L.-f'- ,ty .wg-M,'wvff-f,, 1j4fSJg,Esf3:,.ffZ",.2W1fff,,iifw 2' 12sN"5.v1-ff' 242. V ' f ' Aw, ,,ff5T5g'p11fi5.fffW ifajjf ji T' -7: ,Ag Q "". W: f, Qiliiii-2 , f 3: ii -I :lb l,,.4-7 if?kT,,.fL2!i.f1j'.'1'f K V xJ,0KU'k-nv-""'m .,.. V Jfif'1:Z?',fE fm'.::.-M-,- lin.-L?.ff 5 - if Y "fn 5 -f' , -ffl' 1. , 'af' 'f V 7 ' .L . 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Richard Regans Ju lie Revans Connie R ich Kelly Richard Jan Rogerson Cindy Rominger Ann Rooney Pete Rose Anne Russell Cindy Ryder Debbie R ierson Tim R isher Harry Robinson Marilyn Rogers 8 Lynn Sallee Jeannene Sanders Sherry Saunders Sheila Savage Richard Scarborough Don Schmidt Diana Schramm Jean Seale Robert Seritz Nancy Shallcross Elaine Shelly Perry Shermer Carol Sheppard Ronda Shoda Joey Short 1 ? 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Another change permitted the students to graduate with only two required English credits. -uv 3, Lynda Aycock Betty Flowers Helen I-Ovelace Florida State Troy State Mary Washington College B.S. B.S. B.A. Susannah McKellar Cecilia Medford Carol Nancarrow Winthrop College B.A. Winthrop College B.A. B.A. University of Miss. M.A Baylor University Jan Nelson Mary-Margret Nelson Anne Powell Mississippi College Auburn Mississippi State B.S. B.A. B.A. 20 Social Studies Deportment Enlorges ond Improves The Social Studies department changed to the semester system this year. There was a new teacher added this year, lVlrs. Bradley. B. Atkinson Birmingham Southern A.B. D.D. Anne Bennett East Tennessee State B.S. Doris Bradley Columbus College B.A. Thomas Carr University of West Florida B.S. Wanda Gardner Kent State William Johns Florida State B.A. William Lacy University of Utah B.S. Michael lVlichlo Florida State B.S. Southeastern Louisiana M.S. Roy Moody Troy State B.S. Joe Ann Tabor University of West Florida 210 X lm' Ralf' llCEVIllE S -. G0 nova-:nv a .W -1-:.e.'ww 4- "X-fswnxw.-,. 'f,1lnl.lfNf 1 HIT' ' iff, g .,: H X, 4. 4MM ,a,' . ' '1Z.,-iii' 5 ,, ....,,,g,,, 211 A Gizfflf 9 A . ,.,f-Wg, X A-,Y - f.. ,,.k, . f - if In , 3 , .Ml V1 M" 940 plf1"ff '2f ' fi , ff 1 ? I 1 P f,f 'I j . v ' Re .N 1 nf. . , wh I 1 " M.. ., hN, : ff+f"f" ,1 Al 1 ,f 214 Science Department Adds New Subiecls, Teachers tm Q, '--wi. 2 - 5 Y J...-U fi Jean Edwards Patti Patterson W W -g" Huntington University University of Florida L W ,qw 5 PM B.S. B.S. ' r Betty Kentosh Carl Rush Kent State University of South Alabama X. 1 B.S. B.S. ivi.A. 'Q' , mv V wh- l Sonny McDonald Jon Tate Q - Berry College University of Arkansas Q '3- B,S, B.S. 5 at hx 4 251'-V rg: ,Q , gr 9 1 X 'Q K .- V- K, is 5, h,,., M. A 4, sr Q I t Q f . Aga- i ' A X gf Qi- in A is N A 191 'X A 1 li , - 5 .. .ix Wy, ff it W' ' is is IG-Tw it 1' 10' . an f' rs i ----,.-U, --M--fm-D-nf---+ '--f-'Q --Mw W 'W-W-N:-W Along with Botany, Zoology, and Marine Biology, students also learned of two new additions to the Science classes, lVlr. Rush and . gg- sf.. i b Mr. Tate. Q?" is l J ' BY 1. g . Y ms A A' rx .fb-, ' ,vi K 9 3 it ,,,,,,,,,,..., M,-ff-Nw bl N1 V X Sud -- x X Rr Tx I ... 5 4 ,, ,Q qu.-an-eq , , - - .J 4 '4 fi? s s , . ,ss Y H I .Q 4, ,.t, s it lf! , 5, E1',SZLgE Ei! 2 Students Receive Training in Business Department Students who wanted job training were able to get a head start in typing, shorthand, accounting, and business law classes. Vocation- al Office Education and Diversified Cooperation Training, offered advanced training for graduating Seniors. - Gayle Bludworth Bill Hartin Troy 31219 Troy State B.S. B.S. Catherine Cason Larry Olson Florida S1316 University of South Alabama B.S. B.S. June Harral Brenda Smith University of Utah Auburn B,S, B.S. xv! .Q i 4 1 I l ,,...,,nma-mv' X f -1- ..., 1,55 iff T Wk' k5k,.,.Mff-wsf, ,N U 4 .. wwf' X ww x. 217 Physicol Educotion Troins Students in Mind ond Body sm.. V Inez Bailey Van Crigger Richard Flowers Hampton Institute B.S, Livingston State University of Alabama Wayne State University lVI.S. B.S. B.S. Jean King Frank Sorrels Troy State Tennessee Tech B.S. 81 M.S. B.S- The teachers in the P.E. department worked toward the physical s fitness of the students in mind and body. The addition of several new teachers and courses, including tennis gave students and teachers fun in P. E. 218 x X-1 2 ' "' -1 Y? 'ss- gs f., psi! 3 -mme, if 21 220 Music Deportment Combines Voices ond Instruments The music department had two men who led their section to triumphant compe- tition in tournaments. Roy Manyard Glenn Nielson i..s.u. B Med. William Cary coueg Northeast La. u lvl Med. B.lvi. M 3 ' f Img im' iii fi , runs- Vi Q e 'EO91 rn- . wi! sv a-, 222 Students Learn New Languages This year there were four different languages offered to students: German, French, Latin, and Spanish. Rose Fischer University of West Florida B.A. Enrique Pacheco Joalyn Walker University of West Florida University of Iowa B.A. IVl.A. B.A. 'M 4, 1 r W1 I My 'S 5 rr 'Qi A tvvx .v., ,I 141 I5-A Art Guides Students to ' t Creativity ' 4 ,fs , 1.1tqaeg,- -I , 1 K,---N ,. P dw.. , K ,4-fzgiggxh J' I fi X had ,s Charles Gamber Troy State B.S. As art teacher at Niceville, Mr. Gamber taught students how to create with their hands and imaginations. 22 55 ga s 3 S 1 - 1 - Niceville Trains More Good Drivers Q-'-'Ur W ' iw? The Driver's Education department received three new cars to aid the students in their driving knowledge. Robert McEachern James Sauls Jay Smith Florida State Florida Atlantic U. University of Southern Miss. B.S. B.S. B.S. uf' mx ! 22 226 Girls ond Boys Leorn More About Homemoking The Home Eco- nomics department of- fered more than just cooking and sewing classes. It also offered classes in Nlodern Fami- ly Living and Child Development. Carole Gordon Huntington Univer. B.A. Cathy Trammell University of Ala. B.S. l W Donn Q we-'wifi Boys Leorn the Power of Mochlnes in Shop IVIr IVlcCIeIIan showed his students how to use their Imaginations along with machines, Wayne McClellan University of Southern Miss. B.S, 'B s fi. -w., E S 5 3 f 3 I Z Q 4 Students who went to the Guidance Department not only found help in adjusting their schedules, but were also given help with future plans and personal problems. Zera Denson Florida State B.S. 81 IVl.S. Robert Norton Auburn lVl Ed. Wayne Driver Occupational Special ist Jack Thomas Troy State B.S. University of South Alabama M.A. -- V-sxxx 4 'ia The Backbone of the School is the Administration 21,1 Robert Hearne, Assistant Principal University of Tenn. B.S. Murray State M.S. Ashley Hutcheson, Principal Troy State B.S. Auburn M.S. Jeanette Rhoades, Assistant Principal Troy State B.S. Florida State IVl.S. Wyman Townsel, Assistant Principal Louisville B.S. Southeastern Louisiana M.S. The administration's jobs went far be- yond disciplinary actions. They also gave their permission for all school activities. 250 , , 12.-. Ei auf EE 1 ei? 4 V1 to I 5 "nl X ' 1 Qu- 7' -I ' X., .-f"'4 Jxh. l . 19 ..- t' 6- . i if f A 11' i'fQ1:'ii'i " -ez s.i41'39Z '15-113325 ' . ft -5 'fgstggfgii 358355512 up lfifffs ' ifliff, 6 Secretaries Keep Attendance Cards Straight be wg ,gi nz we aww 1 -. l -u-Q. 4 .J , R 'iii Between the telephone ringing and their regular office jobs, the secretaries managed to keep smiling faces. Gladys Helms Lillian Nlathers Betty McNab Pam Symonds X 4 f'.,2raav-Miisrtiveff--'Z F 2 232 Library Staff Helps and Encourages Students As usual, the library was crowded every- day, and the librarians were very busy. Lucile Hall, Librarian La Polytechnic U. B.S. Julia Thomas, Librarian Assistant Troy State'B.S. Jane Weatherford, Library Assistant Shela Wilkerson, Library Assistant M 'R ,,1"'i! -w .av V V ' " aw slam , - .1 " g as 1: ,fii,31'7f?f'?ix 3 : ,pm,,f' f fi f4s3""'! A ff ,p'?'i'1i V I ,"' v , Q . g ' i i W c,,, Q 5:25 I' it , ' gf IL M J L " NYM- Jonitoriol Stott Helps With School Spirit N 234 M... 'mjwzi Swfww nu, . K' - Na Al, bv upuunvv-...M 5 1:-"'-F '11 Any view ot the N scene reflects the individuals involvement. Indivicluolity is the key word at NHS, but it takes the grouping of these individual involvements to make the total 4: ET!-fav, , 1 2 THE A- i -"2' W' 'A' I Q Y .M ' -as . fw jgui 23533 uri is ui! fir' 9.2 -H-ip ,. iff ",,li ' IA ,X Y' V l M Figtu h . Q Q Q V ,, i 4 55 If A' r l ' f ,4!9i. . f ,..-suv-'-" f J l 4-g ad lfxx A Aarseth, Jay, Success: Football 1,2,3. Adams, Larry Z., Interact 1: Football 1: Basketball 1,2,3. Alldredge, Kevin L., Professional college student: National Honor Society 2,3: Math Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Foreign Language Club 3: Tennis 3. Amunds, Jean M., Accountant and marry Lester: Student Council 3: Pep Club 3: F.H.A. 3: V.O.E. 3. Anchors, Joey E., To be someone: Chorus 1,2,3: Ensemble 3: Key Club 3: Football 2: Baseball 2,3. Anderson, John, Motorcross. Andrews, Ian. Anglea, Charles A., To do everything posible: Student Council 2: Key Club 1: Chorus 1,2,3: Ensemble 2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Baseball 1,2,3. Armstrong, Robert L., D.C.T. 3. Atwell, Judy R., Marriage. Ayers, Debra. B Bader, Crys, To be someone for somebody: Pep Club 1,2: Junior Board 2: Drama Club 1: Chorus 1,2: Art Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Poetry Club 2. Bailey, Dorthea, Secretary or lawyer: Student Council 1: Spanish Club 1: Girl's Chorus 1: Volleyball 2: V.O.E. Historian 3. Baker, Gary M., To play golf: Golf 1,2,3. Baker, Keith C., To be an aardvark or armadillo: Wrestling 1,2: Band Booster Club 1: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1,2,3: lnteract 2,3, Vice- president 3. Baker, Robert G., Oceanographer: Pep Club 1: Interact 3: Chorus 2,3: Ensemble 3: Math Club 3: National Honor Society 2: Ecology Action 2,3. Banks, Aurelia, Business education career: Basket- ball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Volleyball 2: V.O.E. Treasurer 3. Barfield, Warren, To live and let live in a relaxing town: Football 2: Key Club 2. Barksdale, Frank G. Barton, Charles. Beers, Donna, Marriage and attend Bible College: F.H.A. 1,2, Vice-president 1, President 2: lnterclub Council 2: D.C.T. 3. Belshaw, Baron Sandy. Bess, Karen. Bishop, Debbie, To be happy with Mike forever: Wheelettes 3: Football 2. Blake, Gene, To help Robin return from Alaska. Blythe, Teresa Gayle, To be nice and live a good life: F.H.A. 1: Spanish Club 1:Softball1:Pep Club 1,2: Ecology Club 1,3: Foreign Language Club 2: Basketball 3 Bobbitt, Alane C., Nurse: Drama Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Wheelettes 3. Bolduc, Kim, To be a good wife and mother. Boone, Jeanie,To stay happy with my husband: Volleyball 2. Bowling, Debbie, To be independent under God: Drama Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2,3: V.O.E. Se- cretary 3: Quill and Scroll Secretary 3. Branch, Debbie, Nurse: Medical Club 1: Bible Club 2. Branch, Steve, SENIORS N '73 Braziel, Brian C. Brewer, Grant, To be a heavy weight: ROTC Drill Team 1,2. Brito, Peter, Play Major League baseball: Baseball 1,2,3: Spanish Club 1. Bullard, Jim, To see Tennessee get within ten points of FSU in the Gator Bowl: Band 1,2,3: Band Booster Club 1: Pep Band 2,3: Wind Ensemble 1,2,3. Buck, Lance. Bundy, Mary, To be a happy housewife with a large family: Pep Club 1: Chorus 2,3: Softball 3: Football 2,3. Burch, Donna, To be small, clear, and free: Entre Nous 2: Wheelettes 1,2,3: Drama Club 1,2: Treasurer 2: V.O.E. 3: Pep Club 3: Homecom- ing Court 3. Bush, Larry, To be the President. Butler, Jean, Become a beautician. Butler, Kit. Byrd, Ken, Join the Navy and get married: ROTC 1,2,3. Byrge, Phyllis A. C Campbell, Belinda. CampbelI,Wayne,Be player-coach of the Boston Celtics: Basketball 1,2: Spanish Club 2. Carlson, Gary. Carr, Terri. Carson, James, To own a ranch in Paraguay: ROTC 1,2,3. Cartwright, Jane, To lose weight: Newspaper Staff 2,3: Feature Editor 3: Student Council 1,2,3: National Honor Society 2,3: Vice-president 3: French Club 1: Foreign Language Club 2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Softball 1,2,3: Track 2,3: Football 2,3: Volleyball 2,3. Caruso, Marion, Interior Decorating: Pep Club 1: Debate 2. Chancey, Cheryl, Lab technician: Band 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3: F.H.A. 1,2: Football 2: Track 2: V.O.E. 2. Chesnutt, Julie, Secretary, file clerk or kindergar- ten teacher: F.H.A. 1: Pep Squad 1: Spanish Club 2: Business Club 2. Clark, Dianne, Secretary: Pep Club 2. Clemmons, Keith, Not to be drafted. Combs, Brenda G., Work and be a good housewife and mother. Cook, Elizabeth, To be half the woman my mother is and to keep Jesus first and Kenny second in my life: F.H.A. President 1: lnterclub Council 1: GirI's Chorus 1: Bible Club Secretary 2: Chorus 2: Ecology Club 2: D.C.T. Treasurer 3, Cook,4 L. Kay, To give Mike a daughter named Christina Maria: D.C.T. Secretary 3. Cook, Luann, To make Dan a good wife: Pep Club 1: V.O.E. Sargeant of Arms 2: Business Club 2: Entre Nous 2,3. Cook, Melisa, To make the best out of life and marry Tommy: French Club 1: F.H.A. 2: Chorus 3: ROTC 3. Cooksey, Marsha Smith. Cooksey, Susie, To be a secretary and housewife: F.H.A. 1. Coon, Deborah, To be a nurse and housewife: Chorus 1,2: D.C.T. 3. Cotton, Steven, To be what I should be in Jesus: Band 1,2,3: Sophomore Lieutenant: Junior Lieutenant: Chaplain 3: Band Booster Club 1: Pep Band 1,2,3: Stage Band 2,3: Bible Club 2,3. Cotton, Susan, Attend college and be a World Action Singer: J.V. Cheerleader 1: Varsity Cheerleader 2: Pep Club 1,2: GirI's Chorus 1: Ensemble 2: Student Council 2: Concert Choir 3. Courtney, Teresa, Live for Roger W. Cox, David, Draftsman: Football 1: Basketball 1: Track 2,3: Crosscountry 2,3. Crawford, Day, U.S.A.F. Crooke, Andre, To serve Jesus: Bible Club 2: President 3: lnterclub Council 3: Student Council 3: Wheelettes 3. Crump, Greg, To leave N.H.S. Cruttenden, Brian, Business administrator: ROTC Drill Team 1,2. Cruz, Wanda. Cuchens, Randy, Music director: Chorus 1,2: En- semble 1,2,3: Football 1,2,3: Baseball 1,2,3: National Honor Society 3. Curry, Melissa, To graduate and live on my own: V.O.E. 3. Cushing, Rod, Interact 3: Football 3. D Davis, James. Delaune, John, U.S. Naval officer and professional scuba diver: ROTC 1,2,3: Drill Team 1: Junior Class Vice-president: Senior Class President: Student Council 2,3: lnteract 2,3: Secretary- Treasurer 3: Ecology Club 2: Wrestling 2,3: Quill and Scroll 3. Dietzen, Chris John. Diggs, Rebecca, To marry someone. Dillon, Kerry-Lou, History major. Dinnes, Stephen, Merchant Marines: ROTC Drill Team 1,2. Dockery, Leonard, To graduate. Dooley, James. Downey, Marcie. Driver, Debbie, Professional Cosmetologistz Stu- dent Council 1,2,3: Drama Club 2: Pep Club 2,3, President 3: Yearbook Staff 3: V.O.E. 3: Keyettes 3: Entre Nous 3. Dudas, David, To win a Grande Prix. Dunagan, Rob. Dusevitch, Theresa Carol. E Eastman, Norman, Make it through college and play college ball: Football 1,2,3: J.V. Basket- ball 2: Key Club 3. Ellis, David, To appear on "BasebaII's Game of the Week": Baseball 1,2,3. Epps, Pamela, Basketball 1,2,3: Volleyball 1,2,3: Softball 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3. Evans, Patricia, To live a long and meaningful life: D.C.T. 3. F Fabozzi, Wayne, To live forever and stay out of school. Faile, Marsha, Dental assistant and marry David. Felch, Bob, To travel around the U.S.: Basketball 1. Ferguson, Margaret Denise. Ferguson, Rodney, Gig frogs in a bayou. Few, James, To stay out of the Service: Football 237 238 1,2,3. Fitzgerald, Jeannie, Become a marine biologist and get married: Drama Club 1,2,3, Vice- president 25 Thespians 1,2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Student Council Treasurer 3. Florence, Dianne, To live my own life, be happy, someday marry Larry: D.C.T. 3. Florence, Suzanne, Success: Wheelettes 2,3. Fondren, Belinda, To marry R.S. and become a child pwchologist: Student Council 1,25 Span- ish Club 15 Pep Club 1,25 Chorus 25 Ensemble 35 Foreign Language Club 25 Wheelettes 2,35 Newspaper Staff 2,35 News Editor 3. Francis, Kenneth. Francis, Lisa. Franco, Jesse, To be a dentist: Football 1,2,35 Baseball 1,2,3, Fries, Kay, To be a member of the French Foreign Legion: Intramurals 1,2,35 French Club 15 Chorus 1,25 Foreign Language Club 2,35 Presi- dent 25 lnterclub Council 2,35 Quill and Scroll President 3. G Gaiser, Audrey D., To be on an equestrian team, Cavalettes 15 Band 1,2,3: ROTC Court 2. Garvin, Dainette, Success: Girl's Chorus 35 F.H.A. 1. Gibb, Debbie, To marry O.G. and be an elementary teacher: Student Council 1,25 Sophomore Class Parliamentarian5 Ensemble 1,2,35Chorus 25 Keyettes 35 N.H.S. Mascot 3. Gilland, Harold, Professional Human: Chorus 1,2,35 Ensemble 35 Interact 35 Yearbook Staff 3. Goodwin, Cheryl, To marry Greg and go back to Maine. Grace, Donald, Graduate from N.H.S. Grantham,Sherry, To graduate: F.H.A. 1,25 Year- book Staf'f 25 Tumbling Club 2. Greer, Dwana, To become Mrs. Samuel Vaughan and go to college: Beta Club 15 Foreign Language Club 2,35 Quill and Scroll Treasurer 3. Griffin, Judy, To travel and then settle down. Griffin, Linda, Find myself a place in the world: Girl's Chorus 15 Chorus 3. Grund, Mike, U.D.T. in the U.S. Nacy. Guidry, Joni. Gunn, Clarence, To live a comfortable life that will hurt no one in any way: Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Social Sciences Club 25 Football 35 Interact 35 Track 3. Guthrie, Joyce, To go places and meet a Certain Guy: Thespians 15 Drama Club 15 Ensemble 35 Chorus 3. Gwynn, John, To be commander of the Starship Enterprise: Math Club 25 National Honor Society 2,35 President 35 ROTC 2,3. H Hadnot, Voloria, Bible Club 1,2. Hagan, Jacki, Travel, go to college, and be a good secretary: Drill Team 15 F.T.A. 15 Pep Club 15 Booster Club 1. Hamilton, Lythan, To serve Jesus according to His will: Girl's Chorus 1,2,35 Chorus 2,31 Ensem- ble 35 F.H.A. 1,35 Quill and Scroll 2. Hancock, Charlene. Harkness, Valorie, To be a wonderful wife: Drama Club 15 F.H.A. 25 Chorus 25 Ensemble 3. Harrell, Steve, To be a stock car driver, business- man, husband, and wealthy. Harris, Cathy, To travel: Spanish Club 15 Yearbook Staff 25 Foreign Language Club 2,32 Newspa- per Staff 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Treasurer 3. Harris, Rachel S., An actress or teacher: French Club 15 Pep Club 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Drama Club 1,2,35 Thespians 2,35 Yearbook Staff 3. Harris, Roger. Harris, Russell, Engineer: Football 1,2,3. Harrison, Danny. Hart, Sandra, Hathcock, Robert Hawks, Angela, Special Education teacher: F.T.A. 15 Bible Club 35 F.H.A. 3. Hearne, Robert, to be as mean an old man as my dad: National Honor Society 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Track 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Band Lieutenant 35 Band Booster Club 35 Interact 35 ROTC 1,2,35 Drum and Bugle Corps 25 Quill and Scroll 35 Senior Class Treasurer. Heater, Sue, Social Worker: French Club 1. Hennessey, Dee, Social Worker: Pep Club 15 Drama Club 25 F.H.A. 3. Herrington, Mark, Disc Jockey. Heyser, Richard, An electrocardial heart specialist: Audio Visual Club 1. Hicks, Bill. Hilton, Elise, To work with mentally disturbed children: Drama Club 15 Pep Club 1,25Wheel- ettes 1,2,3. Hinds, Sheila, To be Mrs. Randall W. Bates: Student Council 15 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 15 Wheelettes 3. Hix, Harriette, To earn a college degree in history or math: Band 2. Hlava, Keith, Mathematician: National Honor Soci- ety 2,35 Foreign Language Club 3. Holmlund, Jim, Geology engineer and marry Don- na: lnteract 2,3. Hoskins, Richard, Veterinarian: National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Hudson, David, Marine biologist and join the Navy. Hudson, Paul, Chemical engineer: Student Council 35 Track 2,35 Wrestling 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Drum Major 35 ROTC 1,2,35 Drum and Bugle Corps 2,35 Band Booster Club 1. Hughes, Carol, Artist or lab technician: F.H.A. 35 Art Club 3. Humbert, David, Run crosscountry and be a Navy officer: Track 2,35 Crosscountry 3. Hutcheson, Linda. Hyatt, Mike. Inman, Melissa, To be a WAF in the Air Force: Spanish Club 15 Keyettes 1. J Jackson, Gordon, Bricklayer, pilot, or teacher. Jenison, Brad, Veterinarian: National Honor Soci- ety 2,3. Jenkins, Sherryl. Johnson, Debbie, To leave Bobby: Spanish Club 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1. Johnson, Patricia, To help those who can't help themselves: Bible Club 2. Johnston, Don, To graduate from college: Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 1,2,35 Stage Band 25 Band Booster Club 15 National Honor Society 2,35 Student Council 3. Jones, Belinda, To be happy and live a long life. Jones, Dawn, To be the first woman President. Jones, Klaus, To be able to wake up on time for anything: Photography Club 15 Chess Club 12 Crosscountry Team 15 Weight-lifting Club 1. Jones, Roderick, Play professional basketball or be a criminal lawyer: Basketball 1,2,35 Interact 2,35 Student Council 15Tennis 3. Jones, Smokey, Brick mason: Job-Entry Program 3. Jordan, Richard, To be a great Chicago Godfather or a principal. K Kazmer, Darleen, Nurse. Keller, Michael, To graduate and leave Nicevillez Student Council 25 Key Club 1,2,35 Golf 1, 2,35 Chorus 35 lnterclub Council 3. Kelley, Joyce, To have a happy and contented life with someone special: Chorus Club Secretary 1: D.C.T. Historian 3. Kelley, Ralph, Oceanographer: Football 2,35 ROTC 1,2,35 Track 2,35 Crosscountry 3. Kelly, Heide, To be the best in everything I do: French Club 15 F.H.A. 3. Kelly, Joey, To own my own chewing gum factory: Basketball 15Track 1,2,35Chorus1,25 Ensemble 35 Key Club 2,35 President 35 Stu- dent Council 35 lnterclub Council 3. Kennedy, Cecil, To be a bricklayer. Kennedy, Charles, To save the world from sin: German Club 'li ROTC 1,2,35 Drill Team 1,25 Interact 2: D.C.T. 3. Kennedy, Roger, To play college football: Football 1,2,32 Baseball 1,2,3. Killen, Jo. To marry and be with Robert always: Keyettes 1,2,3. Kinison, Cheryl, Zoologist: Chorus 25 Track 25 V.O.E. 3. Kirkland, Linda, To be a secretary: Wheelettes 1,2,35 Treasurer 2,3. Knight, Randal, Conservationist. Kosbau, Carol, To live in peace and achieve happiness with my fellow man. Koskimaki, Deborah. Kosobucki, Theda T., To tell everyone about Christ, be a ballerina, grammar school teacher, or a stenographer. Kraus, Marvin, To go to college and raise a family: Drama Club 2. Kuehlthau, Kathy, To become a secretary and get married: Cheerleader 1,25 Wheelettes 1,2,35 Vice-president 35 Pep Club 1,25 Student Coun- cil 1,2,35 Art Club 25 Football Homecoming Court 2,35 Football Water Girl 35 Sears Teen Advisory Board 3. L Lambert, Catherine, To be satisfied with all that I attempt in life, whatever the outcome: Library Club 15 Ecology Club 25 Girl's Chorus 25 French Club 25 Ensemble 35 National Honor Society 25 District Honor Choir 25 Track 3. Lang, James, To go to college: Basketball 1,2,35 Track 2. LaRock, Pat, Golf professional: Basketball 1,25 Wrestling 25 Golf 1,2,3. Learnard, Mo, To graduate from NAU and be the greatest architect: Keyettes 1,2,35 Vice-presi- dent 35 Ensemble 2,35 Class secretary 1,2,35 Pep Club 15 Basketball 2,35 Basketball Statisti- cian 3: Track Statistician 2,3. Leavins, Larry. Lewis, Barbara, U.S. Air Force officer: F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1: ROTC 3. Lingerfelt, Cindy, French Club 15 D.C.T. 3. Little, Frieda, To live in peace with my God: Basketball 15 Volleyball 25 Girl's Chorus 15 Concert Choir 1,25 National Honor Society 3. Little, Mike, Heart surgeon: ROTC 1,2,35 Color Guard 1,2,35 Commander 35 Student Council Vice-president 35 Interclub Council President 3. Long, Bruce, Flight Contril officer. Lovering, James, ROTC Drill Team 1,25 Interact 2. Lynn, Laura, Speech therapist: Spanish Club 15 Student Council 1,2,35 National Honor Soci- ety 2,32 Secretary 35 Yearbook Staff 2,35 AQUILA Editor 35 Interclub Council 35 ROTC Court 25 Football 2,3. M IVlcCanIes, Joanne, To become a history teacher of current affairs: F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Science Club 15 March of Dimes ITAPSI 1,25 Debate 25 Notre Mosque 25 Choir 2. McCarty, Paul, To play music with good musicians: Chorus 1,2,35 Ensemble 1,2,35 Interact 2, 35 Math Club 2,3. McCormick, James. McCormick, Perri, To marry Leslie and be a kindergarten teacher. McCrory, Sonia, Band 1,2,35 National Honor Soci- ety 2,35 Ecology Action 25 Junior Class Trea- surer: Quill and Scroll 3. McCurdy, Larry. McDonell, Mike. McDougall, Keith, Forest ranger and live in the mountains. McKay, Debra, To graduate. McLeod, Don, Musician. Maahs, Hanley, To play college basketball and be a psychiatrist: Basketball 1,2,3. Machuta, Karolyn, To live in peace and love with all of humanity while supporting myself as a famous female lawyer: Wheelettes 1,2,35 New- spaper Staff 1,2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Debate 2,35 Quill and Scroll 3. MacLeod, Carla, Physical therapist, social worker, and earn enough money to buy a one-way ticket to Oregon. Mann, Waren, Football 1,2,3. Marcus, Terry, To play professional baseball. Marinella, Deborah, Social worker: Pep Club 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2. Marinella, John, To join the Air Force: Football 1,25 Soccer 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Student Council 15 Art Club II I. Martin, Michael, Banker: D.C.T. 35 Student Coun- cil 2. Massoni, Dawn, To go to college in Colorado: Cheerleader 2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Keyettes 2,35 Key Club Mascot 25 Homecoming Court 2,35 Track Statistician 2,3. Mathers, Pam. Meadowcroft, Dottie, To become Mrs. Fred L. Williamson, Jr.: D.C.T. 3. Meigs, Martha, Dental hygienist and lead the happiest life possible: Sophomore Class Tre- asurer5 Keyettes 1,2,35 Treasurer 25 President 35 Chorus Treasurer 15 Pep Club 1,25 J.V. Cheerleader Captain 1,2. Mesa, Raymond, To enter the military service and travel. Metcalf, Dale, Marine biologist: Golf 1,2,35 Key Club 2,35 National Honor Society 25 Newspa- per Staff 2,3. Middleton, Chuck, To be financially successful and understand Mr. CIifford's trig das: ROTC 1,2,35 Drill Team 1,25 German Club 15 Interact 2,35 Ecology Action 2. Mihalcik, James, Biochemist or married: Student Council 15 German Club 15 National Honor Society 2,35 Wrestling 1,25 Football 2,35 Track 25 Interact 3. Miller, Karen Miller, Ken, U.S. Army Warrant officer: Photo- graphy Club 15 Debate 1,35 ROTC Color Guard 15 NCO Club 15 0fficer's Club 25 ROTC Photographer 25 Newspaper Photographer 3. Miller, Kim. Miller, Randy, Business work. Miller, Roland, Medical doctor: Band 1,2,35 Band Booster Club 15 Bible Club 2,35 Quill and Scroll 3. Miller, Susan, Race car driver, spy, track star: Track 1,2,35 German Club 15 Boots and Saddle Club 2. Monroe, Alice, Band 1,2,35 National Honor Society 2. Monroe, Barb, To get skinny: Football 25 Keyettes 3. Monteith, Linda, Research scientist: Ecology Act- ion 3. Moore, Suzette, To have a happy family: Pep Club 1,2,35 President 25 Ensemble 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Ecology Action 25 Student Council 1,2,35 Secretary 35 Basketball 1. Morey, Laura, To be a doctor: Spanish Club 15 Ensemble 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Secretary-Trea- surer 3. Morgan, Mae-Winn, To marry Danny and earn a M.A. in psychology: Spanish Club 15 Pep Club 1,25 Wheelettes 3. Morlan, Donald, To work for the environment: Quill and Scroll 35 Ecology Action 2,3. Morrill, Ric, Professional bum: Interact 3. Morrison, Thomas, Psychologist, and social worker : Quill and Scroll 15 Ecology Action 2,35 Interact 35 Math Club 35 National Honor Society 3. Morton, Mike, To go to the Air Force Academy and become a lawyer: Wrestling 15 Track 15 Student Council 3. Mosteferis, Billy, To be a useful "rich" man: Ecology Action President 35 Interact 35 Foot- ball 15 Golf 1,2,3. Mullins, Louis. Murphy, Cathy, Physical therapist: Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 25 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club 2. N Nadeau, Mark, To go to Pittsburg, Penn.: Football 1,2. Nash, Henry, Join the service: ROTC 1,2. Nelson, Gerald. Nichols, Carol, To graduate. Nichols, Kelly, Air Force pilot, astronaut-astrono- mer: ROTC 1,2,35 Color Guard 15 Group Commander 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Interact 3. Norris, Sheryl, To do the best I can in whatever choose to do: Wheelettes 1,2,35 D.C.T. 3. O Ogles, Brenda, Go to school and be an English major: J. V. Cheerleader 25 Keyettes 3. Orlando, Michelle, To be a secretary and married: Newspaper Staff 15 Ecology Action 25 Wheel- ettes 35 Cheerleader 15 V.0.E. President 3. Overton, Debra, To go to college, have fun, and be a rich secretary: Pep Club 35 F.H.A. 3. Owen, Paula, To be a good wife for Johnny and keep my friends: Student Council 1,25 Basket- ball 1,2,35 Softball 1,2,35 D.C.T. President 3. P Padgett, Robert, To go fight war. Parks, Susan, To be a secretary, serve God, and become Mrs. Charlie O. Hughey: Drama Club 3. Parsons, Randy. Paschal, Connie, To see Mike again and be happy in Colorado: Concert Chorus 1,2,35 Pep Club Secretary 25 Ensemble 35 Wheelettes 3. Pellum, Donna. Peterson, John. Phelps, Cathy, To be a star: Newspaper Staff 1,2,35 EYRIE TIMES Editor 35 Basketball 1,2,35 Softball 1,2,35 Pep Club 15 Volleyball 2,35 Student Council 25 Foreign Language Club 2,35 Chorus 25 Ensemble 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Phelps, Stephanie, Student Council 1,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Softball 1,2,35 Wheelettes 2,35 President 35 Bible Club 35 Interclub Council 35 Newspaper Staff 2,3. Phillips, Debra, Veterinarian: Drama Club 25 Quill and Scroll 25 Art Club 25 Bible Club 3. Phillips, Tom, To go far in life and find the important things: Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,25 Track 1,2,3. Pitts, Mary, To spread the gospel throughout the world: Bible Club 2,35 V.0.E. 3. Plinske, Carol, Marry Charlie and live a happy life. Polomski, Leonard, To see Mrs. Bennett make more than 3 mistakes a year: Band Booster Club 15 National Honor Society 2,35 Band 1,2,3. Porter, Susan, Stewardess or model: Wheelettes 3. Prestwood, Mike. Price, Deborah. Prieto, Rebecca, To be Mrs. R. J. Treadaway and a secretary: Spanish Club 15 Bible Club 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 V.O.E. 3. Prince, Emmitt. Pritt, Don, Try and go to college somewhere: Football 1,2,35 Baseball 1. Purdy, Cheryl. Purdy, Jim. R Ramlow, James, Go to Barber College and get into men's hairstyling. Ranum, Dick, Tennis: Tennis 1,2,35 Chess Club 15 Track 1,2. Read, Sidney. Reeder, Kim, Pep Club 15 Foreign Language Club 35 Tennis 35 Volleyball 2,35 Basketball 2,35 Softball 25 Football 2,3. Reese, Ann, To attend Notre Dame: Spanish Club 15 F0reign Language Club 2,35 National Hon- or Society 2,35 Track 25 Pep Club 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Ensemble 35 Yearbook Staff 3. Reeves, Debbie, Go to college: Student Council 2,35 Pep Club Vice-president 35 Entre Nous 35 Yearbook Staff 3. Reynolds, Tim, To graduate from high school: ROTC 1,2,35 Drill Team 15 Football 2. Richards, Jim. Riersom, William, Graduate from NHS, marry M.A.A., and buy Mrs. Mathers a new book of tardy slips: Football 2. Robertson, Robbin. Rogers, Robin. Ross, Cathy, Dental hygienist: Pep Club 15 French Club 15 Student Government 2. Ross, Vernon, Professional scuba diver. Rudloff, Peter. Rutledge, Eugene, Brick and block layer. Rutledge, Ray, To be crooked and become the mayor of Niceville: Job-Entry Program 3. S Sadler, Theresa, To be gone at all times: Keyettes 1,2,35 Chorus 1,25 Entre Nous 2,3. Salazar, Anthony. 2 240 Sanders, K. Darlene, To be a pediatrics nurse, find a husband and be happy: Bible Club 2,3. Scheel, Carla, To ioin the Navy and then raise Quarter horses: Pep Club 1: F.H.A. 1,2. Schoch, Donald, To be a wealthy businessman: National Honor Society 2: Track 2: Tennis 3. Schuller, Susie, Elementary school teacher or stewardess: Pep Club 1,2,3: Foreign Language Club Treasurer 2: National Honor Society 2,3: Girl's Chorus 2: Student Council 3: Senior Class Vice-president: Band 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Concert Chorus 3. Seaitz, Cheryl, Legal secretary or model: Pep Club 1,3: Foreign Language Club 1,2,3: Bible Club Treasurer 2: Drama Club 2,3: Entre Nous 2,3: President 3: V.O.E. Vice-President 3: Student Council 3. Shallcross, Barbara, To teach English: Tennis Club 2. Shand, Charlie, To graduate from NHS, attend USM, and have a band of my own: Band 1,2,3: Band Booster Club Treasurer 1: Pep Club 1,2,3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Wind Ensemble 2: Ensemble 3: Key Club 3. Shelley, Pam, To be a secretary and live in peace. Shelly, Paul, To become a commercial artist: Letermans Club 1: Football 1,2,3: Track 1,3. Shoda, Regina, To be Mrs. J. D. Brand, have 20 kids, and rid NHS of prejudice people. Simons, Shirley, To live a happy life: F.H.A. 1,2: President 2: Art Club 1,2: Pep Club 2,3. Sims, Susie, To help small children: Foreign Language CLub 1,2,3: Student Council 3: Ensemble 3: Girl's Chorus 2: Volleyball 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Softball 1,2,3. Skinner, Dawn, To be a veterinarian and happy: Bible Club 2,3: F.H.S. 3: Quill and Scroll 3. Skinner, Jim, Attend Auburn and maior in Business Administration: Chorus 1,2,3: Art Club 2: Basketball Manager 2: Ensemble 3: Key Club 3. Skinner, Missy, National Math Honor Society 2: Keyettes 1,2: Gymnastics 1,2: Girl's Recrea- tional Association 1,2: Tennis 2: Cheerleader 3: Math Club 3: Wheelettes 3. Skinner, Ralph S. Smith, David, To live to be 100 years old. Smith, Nita, Go to college and be a teacher: G.A.A. 1: Volleyball 1: Cheerleader 1. Smith, Pam. Spalding, James, To be Secretary General of the U.N., President of the U.S., or work for the telephone company. Stack, Barbara, Dental assistant: Chorus 1,3. Steiner, Leonard, Part-time brain surgeon. Stephens, Penny, To be a nurse: Pep Club 1,2,3: Bible Club 3. Stewart, Nancy, Stewart, Walter, Medical doctor: Band Booster Club 1: Track 1,2: National Honor Society 3: Band 1,2,3. Strickland, Sandra, To be a good bookkeeper: Chorus 1. Strickland, Susan, Dentist: Cheerleader 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3: Student Council 1,2: Keyettes 1,2. Strong, Robert, To make myself a better person and a better world: Spanish Club 1: Bible Club 2,3: Math Club 3: Band 1,2,3. Stuckey, Holly, Enjoy being out of school: Spanish Club 1: Pep Club 1. Stuckey, Ray, Professional bowler or hippy. Sunday, Stan, To be another Clint Eastwood: Key Club 2,3: Basketball 1: Foreign Language Club 2: Student Council 3: Ensemble 2,3. Sundberg, Eric, To complete my education. T Tate, Brenda, Bible Club 2: D.C.T. 3. Taylor, James. Taylor, Sharon, Stewardess: V.O.E. 2,3. Thomas, Randy, To go to the USNA and then be a lawyer: Chorus 1,2: Ensemble 1,2: Basketball 2: Interact 3. Thompson, Robert, to be a high school band direc- tor and preach: Band 1,2,3: Band Booster Club 1: ROTC 1,2,3: Drum and Bugle Corps 2.3. Thorne, Martin, Hair designer, Wrestling 1. Thrush, Allen, To see the world: Band 1,2,3: Band Booster Club 1. Tillerson, Betty, To travel: Student Council 1: Girl's Chorus 1: Wheelettes 2,3: ROTC Court 2: D.C.T. 3. Todd, Russell, To play professional ball: Football 1,2: Basketball 1,2: Track 1,2. Townsend, Richard, To practice law: Drama Club 2. Turner, Bruce, Have a career in the U.S.M.C.: Math Club 1: F.F.A. 1. Tyre, Bob, To live life the best I can: Chorus 2,3. W Waldrup, Kevin, To find some place to live my life in peace: Football 1: Wrestling 2,3: Interact 3: ROTC Color Guard 1,2. Walker, Tim, To get away from Nicevillez Band 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3: National Honor Society 2,3. Walls, Dianne, To be successful. Wardlaw, Jim, Get rich. Washington, Debra, To travel. Washington, Derell. Washington. Mary, Pep Club 2,3: Foreign Language Club 2,3: Quill and Scroll 3: National Honor Society 2,3. Welch, Tressa, To be a model. Wendland, Donald, To be outrageously happy: Key Club 1,2,3: Secretary 3: Student Council 1, 2: lnterclub Council 2: Yearbook Staff 2: Junior Clas President: Ecology Action 2,3. West, Debbie, To be an accountant and live a long life: National Honor Society 3. West, Kat, To go to South America and live it up: Spanish Club 1: Foreign Language Club 3. Whitaker, Larry, Concert Chorus 1,2,3. Whitehead, Lamar Whifleil, Sandra, To go to college and get married: Band 1: Ensemble 2,3: Student Council 3: Foreign Language Club 3: Chorus 2,3. Williams, Craig. Williams, Roger, To ride my Yamaha. Wilson, Stormy, To serve God and be an interpre- ter: Pep Club 1,2,3: Vice-president 2:Student Council 1,2,3: President 3: Sophomore Class President: Yearbook Staff 3: lnterclub Council 1,3: Quill and Scroll 3: National Honor Socie- ty 2. Winn, Barbara. Wolfe, Cathy. Wood, Dale, Electronics technician. Wright, Pat, To be what Jesus would expect me to be: Bible Club 2: Art Club 2. Y Young, Peter, Go to college and enter the aero- space field. Z Zgonc, Dori, To remain unmarried long enough to get a degree in math: Spanish Club 1: Chorus 2,3: National Honor Society 2,3: Pep Club 2: Foreign Language Club 2: Math Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3. Ziemba, Steve. Zook, Richard, To be a billionaire. 13' 5 1' -1 '12 " Zh-, , 1 :sv "iii , if .V 4 gs ' 4 Q'-L, F4 A 3:51 snr? I fx A' . W ' S554 , J- , 1-if , 113 gf 1 lil' 551 il. f W1 ,Q i P 'fy .Q 134: ' I: if lx X ' 5-ill V j if 1, J 31.3 mr: L 9 AQ' ' ' v"' Q


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