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Spirit Spreads Quickly
Throughout the School
he 1984 Spirit Week was full of
enthusiasm and a new building
towards school pride. This week,
Jnrior to the annual Homecoming
game, was designe to promote school spirit and sup-
port of the football team. Each day, as always, was
assigned a different theme and students and teachers
alike were encouraged to participate.
The week started out with everyone showing their
spirit on their feet by wearing the craziest socks they
had. This l'foot action" had all students in their best.
The following day, Nimitz students 'capped on
Aldine." Students came to school in the most outland-
ish headgear they owned. Midweek found the
Cougars sporting the most unusual glasses. People
everywhere were "shading the Mustangs."
Finally, the long awaited Blue and Cold day arrived.
Decked out in school colors, students displayed their
spirit and pride. Senior students surprised all by com-
ing to school in blue and gold 'Beat Aldine" shirts. The
week closed with spirit overflowing into the evening's
fan filled game against Aldine.
1. Claude Crews shows off his shades.
2. Foot action. 3. A spirited Cougar fan
caps on Aldine.
1. Belinda Perales and Buddy Howell show
their spirit on Blue and Cold Day! 2. EAT'M
UP! EAT'M UP! RAH! RAH! RAH! 3. l'Hats
off to the Cougars" was shown by
students who wore their hats in support of
NHS, 4. Mrs. Ryan makes it clear that
teachers have spirit too. 5. Hungry Cougar,
Dusty Mullins needs a little extra nourish-
ment for the Homecoming Game. 6. Many
spirited Cougars were caught up by the
Building Toward an
Exciting Fini h
Many people put in much effort
in preparation for a 'Moonlight
Mirage." Labor contributions
toward the festive event were
made by the Senior class. The Varsi-
ty football team, Starboard Angels,
Roaring Cougar Band,
Cheerleaders, and the members
elected for the queen's court all put
in many hours of hard work and ef-
fort to prepare for the big event.
Carnations were sold by the
Senior Class all week and given out
Homecoming Day. Mums were
ordered and many young ladies car-
ried them around during the day in
anticipation of a special evening.
1. The Spirit Club's contribution to
the uBeat Aldine" homecoming
theme was to decorate cars with
slogans and streamers for the eve-
ning's game. 2. 'lEasy" Randy
Street, from 93Q FM visited the
homecoming pep rally to add more
enthusiasm to an already spirited
student body. He presented NHS
with the 93Q FM Spirit Award for
the week of Oct. 12. 3,
Cheerleader Susan Trobaugh
shades the Mustangs.
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one of the many mums received for
Homecoming. 3. Band, cheerleaders, and
drill prepare for the night ahead of them. 4.
Derrick Benn rests with his trusty pillow,
during rehearsal. 5, Teresa Estes and Terri
Bailey take a rest from the busy day.
1. jennifer Collins and Kevin Pinkley en-
joy the dance, 2. Steve Yager looks on
as Cougars' struggle for only the hope
of victory being shattered. 3.
Sophomore Princess Patty Waldrep. 4.
lunior Princess jennifer Davis,
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'iMoonlight Mirage" set the
mood for the 1984 Homecoming
game and dance. Everybody had
begun preparing for the big event
The day started out with a loud
and spirited pep rally joined by 93
FM. The station presented our
school with a trophy for being
their team of the week.
Throughout the day, the Cougar
Spirit was building up in everyone
for the game that night.
Even though the game was a
close loss, the varsity team played
well. For halftime entertainment,
the fans were treated to a dance
by the Starboard Angels and
precision marching by the Roaring
After the outstanding perfor-
mances, the time had come to
find out who had been crowned
Homecoming Queen. Suspense
mounted as each class princess
was presented to the enthusiastic
crowd. Leading the Homecoming
court was Denise Tabola as
Freshman Princess, Patty Waldrep
as Sophomore Princess, and the
junior Princess was Jennifer Davis.
Michelle Whitehorn was named
the 1984 Homecoming Queen.
The game was followed by a
successful dance. The dance was
attended by students old and
new. At 1 AM the dance had end-
ed and many memories will be
remembered in the years to
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1. Homecoming Queen - Michelle
Whitehorn. 2. Kristi Burak enjoys
herself at the dance, 3. Brandy
Kaschmitter enters the at the dance, 4.
The Starboard Angels perform the
halftime entertainment. 5. A couple
waits for pictures at the dance. 6.
Freshman Princess - Denise Tabola.
At imilz -
f t e r t h e
s c r e e c h i n g
brakes bring the
long lean yellow
machine to a halt,
begin filing off
their buses with
of the past even-
ing events. Their
cludes the phone
call they received
from that special someone they have been expecting
to hear from, homework they failed to complete,
the lest later in the day they are worried about and
other topics that young adults find special interest in
Slowly they saunter into the cafeteria, down the
100 hall toward the Commons area to meet and
greet friends with a hello. While waiting for the 7:45
bell to move them to their first class where they will
begin learning the day's prepared lessons, students
continue their visit with friends and fill them in on the
current condition of their life.
Then that unfaltering sound explodes and fills the
building that directs students to their first period
class. As they meander down the long corridors that
familiar noise continues, feet shuffling, people talk-
ing, lockers slamming - HUM! it's 8:00 - time to
begin learning about how to write a composition,
time to study the days of the Old West, time to
dissect that frog so anxiously dreaded, time to get
the body in shape.
As they progress and students continue their daily
ritual of changing classes and talking about things
they have learned in class, rumbling sounds of
hunger flow in the stomachs of learners. lt can only
be time to nourish the body and take a break from
the nurturing of the mind. When lunch comes to an
end, students again start their routine and await that
dependable tone that brings their day to an end -
the 3:15 dismissal that will again put them on that bus
for a long ride home.
But waitl, it's not over - for some people
anyway. For some Nimitz students, the day is all but
over - there's practice - football, drill, band,
cheerleader - time to put in those extra hours that
bring them fulfillment and satisfaction. When all extra
time has been completed, these special students
return home to complete homework assignments
they feared all day, assignments they expect to keep
them up until midnight to finish.
After the screeching brakes bring the long lean bus
. . . time for another day at NHS.
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You re The lnsptratlon Chlcago
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to a close, the Nimitz student
bodv returned to the
classrooms to prepare for the
-Xutumn brought different
and exciting events to Nimitz.
The most memorable happen-
ing was the football teams
outstanding year with a record
of 7' wins and 3 losses.
Another special occurrence
was the ordering of the
juniors' class rings, The Na-
tional Honor Society also in-
ducted their largest member-
ship in its history,
Ronald Reagan was a
popular name at Nimitz. The
-Xmerican election allowed
him to keep his furniture in the
White House for another four
years. This presidential elec-
tion will be remembered
because of Walter Mondales
running mate. Geraldine Fer-
raro, the first female running
mate for major political party.
The land breaking for the
new Hardy Toll Road was at-
tended by the Roaring Cougar
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Laura Staples. of the Year
Lynn Eriksen, P. E.
Gary Boeger, English
Charlotte Brinkley, Math
Keith Brinson, Drafting
Nancy Brock, Choir
Ray Brown, Math,
Helen Burroughs, Math
Debora Cariss, Special Ed
Pam Clark, English
Gary Clem, History,-
Carolyn Console, Math
Nancy Cox, Bookkeeper
Shirley Alpert, English
lacquie Biggs, English
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Anne Marie Hazzan,
Dena Hicks, English,
Anne Kaser, Business
Louis Kleeman, Band
Robert Ligon, Math,
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janet Newell, French
Lou Newton, Special
Francis Moore, Ld,
Mary Wolff, English,
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Daryl Wade, History,
Mark Weir, History,
Gary Speck, Band
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Cutesr Couple Derek Drawhorn and Kim Hopkins 5
Most Handsome Bill Brace and Most Beautiful
Cheryl Leach 6 Most Popular Buddy Howell and Dana
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Anthony Glenn loey Antonio Benedict Ariele Cindy Arman lohn Ashabranner
Derrick Atherton Cathy Bailey Stephen Naker Linda Barnet Mark Barnett
Rachael Barnett Edward Beene Vack Bell jefferson Besiant Bryan Bischof
Michelle Baker Boyd Bailey Linda Barksdale Kristen Belson
I Kevin Berry Collette Board Karen Bondurant Matthew Borgardt
Bill Brace Ami Brasfield Michelle Brecheen Rhonda Brecheen
Shana Britner-Plilar Susie Burke Mary Burns Stuart Burson
Shawn Byrnes Shari Campbell Dana Carswell Dave Carr
Louis Casco Delbert Chaffin Shannon Chapman Robert Chilton johnny Clay
Liz Collura Neil Conroy Lisa Corpus Kevin Cossey james Cossey
Claude Crews Nidal Dabbasi Elizabeth Dahlstrom Rodney Darby Barbara Davis
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Damita Davis Keith Davis Louis Davis Roberta Davis Vincent Davis
Tracy Dedeaux Christina Deleon Dwayne Deleon Tasha Denton Willian Devoy
Terri Doerrig Kelly Donnahoe Derek Drawhorn Tommy Dudley Cristina Duke
Delenzy Egland julie Eller Robin Ellis Michael Farris Clarence Ferguson
Felicia Freeman Diana Fuentes Sabrina Gallagher Stacia Glass layna Glidden
Lee Goebel Bryan Graham Charnae Grant Scott Grimsinger Angela Grosjean
Larry Gustin Milton Hammer Sean Hanes Donald Heimbach Rebeckah Harrison
Edward Hartfield Alex Hemphill Connie Hendon Lisa Henry lill Herman
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Christopher Hernandez Ruby Herrin George Hewitt Sandra Hiesser Debbie Hill
Victor Hill Rody Hillman Barbara Hitt Tina Hodges Steven Hoffmeer
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james Holcomb Larry Holcomb Tammy Hopper Kimberly Hopkins Scott Houghton
Buddy Howell Carl Huff Holli Hultin Holly Hundertmark Ana Hunter
Layla Loria Kevin Lucas Charles Lyons Cynthia Machado john Madden
Amy Manning Sonea Marcos Caryn Markam Frank Martinucci Chester McBride
Lee McGowan Michele McLeod Debbie McMullen Rodina Medina Richard Michalak
Cynthia Miller Kipp Miller Mike Mockbee Sue Morales Betty Morris
Mike Morris Carla Moore Karen Moore Ron Moretz Regina Morris
hn Morton Dusty Mullins Scott Nance Dennis Noble lohn Nickell
hard Nowak Anna Oldal Albert Ortiz Maria Padilla Clifton Page
Sherry Palma Leonard Patton Keith Pavelka james Pavloski Karen Peart
Belinda Perales Dora Perez Klaus Petereit Andrea Petty jacqueline Phillips
helley Porter Gilbert Ramirez leanette Ramirez Anthony Ramos Timothy Raven
Marjorie Vesely Benny Vickery Arleen Vonbrausberg Robert Walden Steve Waldrop
Kenneth Walker john Ward Wanda Warren Bridgette West john Whiteford
Mark Whitehead Michelle Whitehorn Lori Whitten DeLisa Wilson Denise Wilson
Tammy Wilson john Wolfe Darrin Womack Susan Wright Douglas Youngblood
In Memory of
lanuary 20, 1967-
September 1, 1984
1. l'This is a camera." 2. Bill Brace does his
warmup exercises during baseball practice.
3. uAren't l Cool?" 4. Angie Grosjean,
layna Glidden, and Dana Carpenter pro-
mote school spirit by selling school ribbons
for the homecoming. 5. Stephanie Stevens
smiles happily after the great halftime
1. "Che-ese!!" 2. Buddy Howell receives his
honor ranking from Mrs. Fenley. 3. Kipp
skips down the hall. 4. Kim Taylor, Susan
Boyd, Kelly Donahoe, Denise Wilson await
their ranking, 5. "Hey Dude!"
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2nd Vice-President Secretary
Missy Beisenherz Rhett Tull
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Ky, 83,6 Q
1. Most Handsome - Matt Conger Most Beautiful - Rhonda
Moser 2. Best AllAround - jamie Simmons and Missy Beisenherz. 3.
Cutest Couple - jimmy Caldwell and Missy Beisenherz. 4. Most
Popular - Doug Stokley and jennifer Davis.
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Ps 'rick Oakes
1. lessica Hernandez does her rifle routine
in practice for the upcoming game. 2.
Mary Marek walks out on the stage at Cor-
onation. 3. His our time up yet?" 4. just
another day of school for Alicia
1. Mark Mason breaks in the hall. 2. Missy
is ready for lunch. 3. 'See what we do in
Algebra ll?" 4. Liz Caldcleaugh chats in the
lunchroom. 5. Shelley Anderson and
Mickey Milford show their friendship at
lunch. 6. Glen Mitchell POSES at the CSU
1. Why did they do this to me? 2. Tim and
Rhonda exchange words in the hall. 3. The
class of '86, we are great! 4. X'Look at
him!!" 5. 'Go ahead, make my day."
1. lennifer Davis takes a break during Cor-
onation. 2. 'Come on yafll let's dance. 3.
"ls this really important?" 4. Lee Walker
and Robert Chaffin are busy at work in
Drafting. Opposite Page: 1. Steve Neal
and Chris Dorn play some baseball during
class. 2. HCOUGARS, l.ET'S GO!" 3. Allen
Graves takes it easy. 4. l'Who, me?" 5. Lori
Santos says a few words at Coronation.
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1. "The class of 86', YEA!" 2. Matt Conger,
lohn Wiley, Glenn Mitchell, and Bert Bar-
renger, the four Musketeers, 3. !'Go
ahead, take my picture!" 4. '!Boy it sure is
fun studying . . . especially a magazine." 5,
!'Thanks a lot!" 6. Scott Hart prepares to
bomb someone with a snowball 7.
1. Ui-low ya doin'?" 2,
3. Golly isn't this fun?
he enjoys his lunch.
Carol Viator gives a big smile for the camera,
' 4, Gordon Pena shows everyone how much
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Cremwelge practices her rifle routine. 3.
jennifer Graves sings 'll Can't Fight This
Feeling at Coronation." 4. Kim Eckert waits
for the volleyball to be served.
1. llAre we cool, or are we cool?" 2. Missy
Bracewell and lolo Santos stop for A
meeting in the hall. 3. 'Not now I'm busy."
4. Pam Sutton says A little prayer for her
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - L to R: Preside
Yvette Hutchinsg 1st Vice President, Sandy Hedg-
Secretary, Patty Waldrep.
1. MostBeautifuI - Most Handsome: Sharon Morgan - Bil-
,2. Cutest Couple: Patty Waldrep - Biily Pate.
Below: 2. Best-All-Around: Yvette Hutchins - Dan Taravella. 3.
Most Popular: Patty Waldrep - Trent Ditto.
Dave Le Blanc
C. B. Morse
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Lu Anna Pate
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you can take my picture." 3. Sheri Miller and
Laura Saunderson before Coronation. 4. Dan
Taravella at the CSU. party.
Nw tv . .
1. 'Dude l can't digest my lunch!" 2. Tricia
Uselton at work during Newspaper.
3. David Stevens' favorite position -
SLEEP 4. Keith Campbell takes time out
from the books. 5. Pam Norris.
1. Stacey Bonds and her sophisticated
charm. 2. 'lls this really necessary? ?"
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3. Friends forever - Amy and Renee. 4. Melanie enjoys the
1 Barbl and Melanie best friends 2 Sandy Hedges
adds personahty with a smile 3 Not another school
day' 4 Adrienne takes a break to dream about sum
rner 5 Patty displays her Cougar splrlt 6 Bobby
Shmgleton celebrates hrs 16th Birthday
1. l'You want lme' to pose?" 2, UI hate MON-
DAYS!!!" 3. Laura Saunderson and Tricia Uselton
prepare for their drill team competition. 4. Trip
patiently waits for the bell, 5. UI can't believe you
took that picture!"
1. isn't he cute! 2. Michelle Sandoval retires
early from History. 3. HHi Mom!" 4.
Bridgette Benson swinging at the dance. 5.
Scott Pridgeon is idecked-out!
1. No pictures please, autographs only. 2.
ludy Miller takes a brealg from the books.
3. Carol Adams and Steve Clark at the
Homecoming Dance. 4. Yvette Hutchins
presents a stunning pose. 5. "Who, us?
1. Chanda Wagner pauses for a picture, 2.
Aw, Ainlt this guy cute? 3. john Schwartz.
4. Yes, we match.
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eyes. 6. Adienne Hall, Melanie Biesenherz,
Patty Waldrep, and lohn Schwartz at the
Coronation. 7. l'Get out of here!" 8. Billy
Pate - whata sweetie.
Freshman Class Officers: L to R: President, jane IN
3rd V. Pres. Maria Vellipondog Secretary, Terren
Tennard, Znc V. Pres., Cheryl Laskowskig 1st V. Pres
Below: 1. Most Beautiful - Most
Handsome: Denise Tabola - Roger
Caldwell. 3. Cutest Couple: Bridgette
Winkle - Brian Harris.
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Tobola and Robby Aitchison. 4. Most
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Freshmen watch the football game intense-
ly 3. Dana Loving and crew. 4. Kim aids
Heather to the nearest chair. 5. l'l'm so
bored." 6, 'Have you tried our lell-O?" 7.
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1. Robby Aitchison wins Best All-Around. 2,
Terri Hale stars in a play. 3. Barbara Dittrick
receives her gift at the CSU party. 4. Bar-
bara Lara chunks a snowball at Garmond
joe. 'Here we come!" 6. Denise Tobola
and Roger Caldwell walk out during
1, Kara Hatfield collects money for the
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1. Ulvterry Christmas!" 2. Wendy Odum
gets a little help in Typing. 3, 'iWhat?" 4.
'XOH No!!! Don't tell me I did it wrong!!!" 5,
Amy Edwards watches a tennis match,
1. Kendall Whitworth and Dana Loving
during Coronation. 2, Denise Tobola at
the Homecoming Game, 3. Wendy
Odom preparing to perform at a foot-
1. Klm Franklln wears a big smile on the last
day of school. 2. jennifer Collins. 3.
Cyndee Wylee tries out for cheerleader. 4.
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team after gaining his 1000th yard, 2. THE
1984-85 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM -
Bottom Row, L to R: Mike Mockbee, Doug
Stokely, Mike Farris, Mike Kubecka, Bryan
Graham, Buddy Howell, Clint Kennedy, jay
Strong, Bill Oliver, Steve Yager, Rodney
White, Dusty Mullins. Second Row: Tony
Lara, Steve Otwell, Mark Barnett, Vince
Barlow, Paul Cork, Sean Banks, Steve
Robinson, Larry Holcomb, Keith Davis,
Darren Coston, Wayne Rosser, Donnie
ldom, Frank Martinucci, Mike Fisher. Third
Row: TR Shana Britner, Doug Manuel,
Terry Wheeler, Matt Conger, jamie Sim-
mons, Phil Alexander, Danny Burton, joe
Phillips, Tim Fryar, Scooter Menifee, Sean
Hanes, Richard Nowak, Steven Stash TR.
Fourth Row: Kevin Berry, Gary McGirr,
Mike Simmons, Rodney Borden, Mike Mor-
ris, Marc Bratcher, jimmy Ives, john Robin-
son, Steven Neal. Fifth Row: Bernard
Roundtree, Wilbert Lincoln, Shane Stinson,
jimmy Caldwell, Chris Dorn, Klaus Pelereit,
john Turnpaugh, Bert Barranger, Lee
White. Top Row: john Chargois, Steve
Waldrep, Larry Leach, Tommy Dudley,
Dave Carr, Bubba Rogers, Robert Taylor.
Not Shown: Ronald jackson.
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The atmosphere at Nimitz on November 9,
was electric. As the day progressed, the
of the football game to be played that
at Thorne Stadium intensified the student
lt was the last district football game of the
With a victory over the Eisenhower
the Coogs had an outside chance of prey-
on the doors of the Astrodome. The only
that stood in their way was out of the
control. One hurdle had already been
- Aldine had defeated MacArthur the
before. Now, time and points would deter-
the Cougars' hungry appetite for "new ter-
As the students began arriving at Thorne and
band and drill team unloaded their buses, the
were already down on the field prepar-
the upcoming event. Anticipation built
pre-game activities - the marching in of
band and drill team, the introduction of the
and cheerleaders, the Star Spangled
and more. All of these added to the en-
of the fans. The Coogs were psyched.
were ready to go.
From the opening kick-off to the final tick of
clock, the mighty Cougars controlled the
Tension was absolute throughout the
Bad weather did not keep Nimitz fans
from this all-important game. The
Eagles were not a match for the fired
Nimitz won by an overwhelming
Many exciting plays contributed to
-7 victory, but the most rewarding was
Menifee breaking the 1000 yard rushing
Now with the Cougar victory, all that was
needed was a Smiley Eagle win. Rumors filled the
stands with the outcome of that game which
everyone was anxiously awaiting the results. The
dream was the Dome, but the reality of this
season was for the Cougars to stay home. The
call came just as the Coogs' game ended -
Forest Brook had squeaked by Smiley with a
score of 2-O. This win gave Forest Brook the op-
portunity to accompany Aldine to the
No one said anything when Coach lim Linn-
staedter gave the results. Many of the Seniors
shed silent tears at the realization that they had
just played their last game. The underclassmen
left the field with a new determination towards
next year's season.
Coach lim Linnstaedter said, '1Nimitz will
always be a problem to other teams."
Even though the mighty Cougars fell short of
their gaol, they finished their season in a blaze of
blue and gold, making history with their fantastic
7-3 season. The Coogs stood tall over MacAr-
thur, Smiley, and Eisenhower during their district
A record twelve players were selected as
members of the All-District Team. Included are
Dusty Mullins, Wilbert Lincoln, loe Phillips - first
team defense, Doug Stokley - second team
defense, Paul Cork, Mike Morris, Dave Carr -
first team offense, Keith Davis, Scooter Menifee,
Steve Waldrop - second team offense, lamie
Simmons, Craig Smith - special teams. All
Greater Houston Team members are Mike Mor-
ris, lamie Simmons - first team, Scooter
Menifee, Dusty Mullins - Honorable Mention.
jamie Simmons was also selected to the first team
All-State. David Carr was selected to the second
team All-American. The coaching staff selected
the following players to receive the school
awards - Mike Morris, MVP, Keith Davis - of-
fensive player of the year, Wilbert Lincoln -
defensive player of the year, Steve Waldro ,
David Carr - outstanding linemen, Ronald
jackson - Cougar Heart Award.
The overall season was the best in Nimitz's
history - the crowd was tremendous, and the
Cougar team played well. Their toughest com-
petition was Cy-Creek, Aldine, and Forest Brook.
Loyalty, determination, and pride kept the Coogs
mighty and fighting during the entire season.
'lThe coac ing staff wants to thank everyone
for the support this year,'l said Caoch lim Linn-
staedter. 'llt was the best year in football. District
21-5A - look out for Nimitz next yearll"
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1. Steve Otwell drives the New Caney
quarterback, 2. Scooter Menifee dives for
another T.D. 3. The Seniors' prepare to
Finishing the season with a 7-2 record,
the Iunior Varsity team played much better
than the coaches originally expected. With
the majority of the players being
sophomores, the l.V. team played it's most
outstanding season. Overal , the teamwork
of this young team paid off.
The l.V. team, composed of only seven
juniors, many sophomores, and two
freshmen, played and contributed to the
season all year long, never giving up on
any game. Coach Gary Dworaczyk said,
'lThey could have played better at times,
but considering the team was young . . .
they were an outstanding team."
The l.V. team encountered some tough
opponents this year, but they held their
own in all but two games. They experienc-
ed a turning point in the season after the
Reagan and Scarborough games. l'The
team realized they could score plenty of
points and play good defense." This gave
these young men an added boost in their
The coaches outlook for next year -
'Next year, the l.V. will again be young,
composed of mostly sophomores. How
hard they work during the off season will
determine their outcome."
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R: Steve Weil, Tony Lara, Doug Stokley, Steve
Otwell, Doug Manuel. Second Row: Darren
Thomas, Michael Simmons, Bill Oliver, Shawn
Banks, loe Phillips, Donny ldom, Scooter
Menifee. Third Row: Steve Robinson, Danny
Burton, Tim Fryar, Chris Dorn, lammie Sim-
mons, Clint Kennedy, Darren Colston, Steve
Yager. Top Row: limmy Caldwell, Marc Brat-
cher, Shayne Stinson, lohn Chargois, Mike
Kubecka, Matt Conger, Bo Barringer, Gary
McGirr. 2. lohn Wiley watches the kick. 3.
Sparky lohnson outruns the Generals. 4. The
LV. defense doing what they do best.
Sophomores Show Spirit
Playing football is tough,
with a young team. The
football team got off
a rough start with a lack of
players. They did not, however,
give up. Pride and determina-
kept the Sophomore Cougars
working hard during their winless
The Sophomores fought with
unbounding resolution, playing
their best game against the Smiley
Eagles. The Coogs held the Eagles
scoreless the first three quarters,
falling behind at the very end.
Coach Wade felt the team ef-
fort was set on improving skills
and working together. M.V.P.
Ronny Keener aided the
Sophomores' offensive line,
dedicating himself every game.
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tom Row: Tracy Clark, Lance Pommier, Rodney
Howard, Ricky Rogers, leff Crowder, Vincent Diaz,
Wesley Delaney, Second Row: Andrew Sanchez, Billy
Belvin, Roderick Howard, Rodney Harris, Dale Moore,
Wesley Smith, lohn Drummer. Third Row: Kent Trice,
Bruce Neptune, Craig Orr, Lee White, Bruce Ealy,
Richard Rodriquez, Robert Potts. Top Row: Andy
Allen, lohnathan Rodriquez, lames Linnstoder, John
Turnpaugh, Bryan Hargrove, Trent Aulbaugh, Danny
Blagrave, Bernard Roundtree, Rodney Borden, I. R.
Wilson. 2. Coach Wade motivates the team. 3. Craig
Orr goes for another touchdown,
Setting and obtaining goals is one of
life's most important facets. This year's
Freshman football team not only ob-
tained a goal they set for themselves,
but they also set a new Nimitz record,
being the only freshman team to beat
Aldine's freshman. 'Beating Aldine was
the high point of the season," Coach
The Freshman team worked very
hard this season, showing much poten-
tial. Coach Gray believes, l'With time
. , . these young men will begin to work
together as a team and begin to pull for
each other. l think they will begin to take
more pride in themselves and in the job
they are doing. This team will have to
carry on the tradition that this year's var-
sity has started."
The outstanding players for the HA"
and "B" squads were Terrence Tennard
and Stanley johnson. The coaching staff
is optimistic for next year. llThe potential
is there if they just work hard to achieve
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Luethe looks for an opening. 3. Doc helps
an injured player. 4. Andy Allen cuts it up-
field. 5. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - L
to R, Bottom Row: lerome Branch, Micheal
Sanchez, lim Wells, Coach Foreman,
Coach Gray, Terrance Tennard, Lars
Wasell, Robin Walker. Second Row: john
Ricketts, Ricky Orum, Willie ldom, Adrian
Thomas, Raymond Bishop, Eddie Lazo,
Michael Luethe. Third Row: Calvin Hanes,
Bob Frost, Roger Caldwell, Ronny Cork,
Eric Batton, Charles Rafferty, Wayne
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- Bottom Row, L to R: Greg Carmichael,
Nidal Dibasse, Nunny Nunamaker, Mike
Fisher, Kyle Laughbaum, Robert Walden,
Manuel Serano. Back Row, L to R: Coach
Espinosa, Lee Goebel, Scott Scobee, john
Crumbley, lohn Gulley, Gary Peng, Luis
Rivera, Angela Hughs, Lisa Paul, 2. THE
1984-85 LV, SOCCER TEAM - Bottom
Row: Robert DeLeon, David LeBlanc,
Robert Nieto, Daniel Ramchatesingh, Rob-
by Atchison, leff Sorrels, David Owens,
Bruce Belanger. Back Row: Lisa Paul, Tracy
Guillory, Patrice Hammer, Coach Clement,
Heather O'Shea, Shelly Pinkley, Angela
1. Bottom, L to R: leanette Rameriz, Kris
Newton, Kristie Taylor. Top, L to R: Gina
Webb, Barbara Davis, LeAnna Hunt,
Denise Phillips. Not Shown: Valerie Powell,
Cessalee Collier, Gwen Johnson. 2. A
perfect volley for Valerie Powell
This year's Nimitz Girls
Volleyball team faced much toug
competition during their season
But determination by the girls an
Nimitz loyalty kept the volleyball
team playing tough throughout
During the game, the team did
very well on the offense. 'The of-
fense was good," said Coach
Sharon McCain. Defensive team-
work could have been stronger
but the team pulled through in the
By taking each team one game
at a time, the girls were able to
overcome tough teams in the
district. Eisenhower gave the
volleyball team their best game
for the season.
Coach McCain has a great
outlook for next year. She looks
forward to a winning district team.
But no matter what happens,
Coach McCain feels something
special for her team. 'llt doesn't
matter whether we win or lose,"
she said, 'This is my team!"
1. Cesslie Collier grimaces as one gets by.
2, A perfect block by Barbara Davis. 3.
One more point for LeAnna Hunt. 4. Gwen
johnson says llEat leather, baby," as Kris
Newton looks on.
l. Bottom Row, L to R: Christie Dillard,
Sherina Ellison, Laura Love, leaneete Peavy.
Second Row: Ms. Hopkins, Angela Evans,
Norma Sanchez, Kim Eckert, ludy Rivera
MGR. Top: Tonya Y. johnson. 2. The
Nimitz l.V. shows their defense. 3. Kim
Eckert sets the ball as Sandra lohnston
prepares to spike it. 4. Christie Dilard gets
ready to slam it home. 5. Sandra lohnston
and Kim Eckert wait for the serve.
With three of the eight
starters out during district
play, the l.V. Volleyball team
suffered seven losses and
picked up only two wins.
Although their win record
did not give them a season
ranking, the girls' pride and
loyalty to the team gave
them a 411 slot throughout
the year on the Cougar
Coach Irene Hopkins has
an optimistic outlook for
their next season. UA good
freshman group is coming
up so we will have more
numbers," said Coach
The team picked up a
new 6-O playing system this
year showing improvement
with each game. Coach
Hopkins plans on adding it in
next year's playing strategy.
Dillard, MVP, aided the team
with her sets and spikes at
the net. With next year's in-
crease in numbers and sup-
port, the l.V. Volleyball team
is looking forward to a bet-
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Freshman Volleyball pulled out
of their season with a 16-8 record.
llThey worked very well as a
team, continually boosting each
other, each teammate concerned
for the other teammates," said
Coach Diane Evans. Because of
their teamwork, they never gave
up on any game.
District presented the girls with
the toughest challenge. At MacAr-
thur, the team experienced its first
district win, causing much excite-
ment. They finished district with a
Coach Evans has a good
outlook for next year. 'This team
will be tough to beat next year.
They already work together
now," she said.
1. One More ace for Maria Villapondo. 2. The
Freshman team watches with anticipation. 3. THE
1984-85 FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL TEAM - L to
R: Tricha Cambre, Sabrina Days, Kayla McKinney,
leanette Peavy, Laura Gustin, Denise Berry, Kim
Wilson, Gwen Raven, Coach Diana Evans. 4. lane
Nix returns one as Denise Berry looks on. 5.
Sherry Nowak puts forth her best effort.
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McGinnis penetrates the defense. 3. THE
1984-85 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM -
Bottom Row, L to R: Lenny Washington,
Woody Egland, Curtis Blanche, Tim Raven,
Keith Royston. Top Row: Vince Davis,
James Holcomb, Byron Riley, Danny
Powell, Larry Leach, Otis johnson, Vincent
Barlow. 4. Woody Egland outruns the op-
ponent to score on the fast break. 5. Otis
johnson takes it to the boards as Lester
McGinnis looks on.
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Loyalty and pride to the Cougar tradition kept the Junior Varsity Basket-
ball team learning and working hard throughout the season. With only six
players on the team, the boys pulled together to play an above average
'lThese are good kids who want to win," said Coach Charlie Martin.
During the season, the lunior Varsity Boys played their finest game
against Forestbrook on the last second shot. They faced their toughest
competition when they went up against MacArthur and Smiley. Coach
Martin said there was not an outstanding player because all six young men
contributed to the team a great deal.
Next year Coach Martin sees better team potential as long as the team
continues to work hard and strive for their goal.
Front Row, L to R: Dexter Glenn, Scoot
Menifee, Marvin Watson, Burton Norflee
Back Row: Coach Mark Weir, Lest
McGinnis, Andrae jones, Tim Pace, Tir
Stewart, Coach Charlie Martin,
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This year's Sophomore Basket-
ball Team finished the season with
a record of 5-5 in district and 10-
11 overall. Balanced scoring and
solid improvement from game to
game marked the strength of this
Sophomore squad. Seven of the
eleven losses were by a margin of
three points or less and this club
defeated every team that it suf-
fered a loss to with the exception
of Cy-Fair and MacArthur.
The highlight of the season for
the team came when the Cougars
beat Aldine 61-50. At that time
Aldine held a better record but
the Cougs proved to them who
UAII of these youngsters have a
chance to continue their playing
time as JV on Varsity players in
85-86," said Coach Bob Ligon.
1. THE 1984-85 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM - Bot-
tom Row, L to R: Robert Boettner, Vince Towne, Bernard
Roundtree, Bobby Barlow, Robert Mitchell, Roderick
Howard, Andrew Sanchez. Top Row, L to Rt Allen Bren-
nan, lames Linnstaedter, Billy Belvin, Stacy Diggs, Clyde
Chapron, Marty Harris, Coach Ligon. 2, Clyde "The
Glide" Chapron out flies the defender to the hoop. 3.
"Watch out homeboys, this rebound is mine," says Ber-
nard Roundtree. 4, Stacy Diggs stuffs his Smiley oppo-
nent, 5, The sophomore defense is too much for this
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The Nimitz Freshman Basketball
competed well this year and showed
a lot of loyalty to the game of basket-
ball. The Frosh had a desire to learn
more about the game. They also
realize that in time, they will be the
team to beat in District 21-5A. Cap-
tains Mark Robinson and Tracy Garner
held the team together throughout
the season. Reginald Larry, Thomas
DiPerna, Rusty Lairo, and Stanley
johnson were strong players for the
Freshman Cougar Basketball team.
Coach Daryl Wade said, UAS the
Frosh coach l feel that the Cougars
played well during the season. There
were downfalls, but we got together
and tried to overcome them. Good
luck Cougars - Work hard and in
time it will all pay off."
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basketball team, 2. A Nimitz player scores
over the opposition. 3. The 1984-85
Freshman Basketball team. 4. A perfect lay
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to R: Milton Hammer, Denise Havard, lim-
: my Caldwell, jessica Hernandez, Doug
Farr. 2. M.V.P. Iimmy Caldwell. 3. Coach
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The lady Cougar basketball
team came up against some pretty
tough competition this past year.
Coach Chickowski said, "The
team is very young with little varsi-
ty experience, but they did reach
their potential." Coach
Chickovvski also said, llThere is
always room for improvement
and they lost some games due to
lack of experience."
The varsity team's toughest
competition was Smiley and
MacArthur. The most valuable
players this year were Gwen
johnson and Ann Washington.
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of. 2. Patricia Darby soars over her op-
ponents. 3. THE 1984-85 GIRLS BAKSET-
BALL TEAM - Bottom Row, L to R: Tonya
johnson, Sherina Ellison, Norma Sanchez,
Ann Washinton. Standing: Gwen Johnson,
Loranda Tolfir, Coach Chickowski, Layna
johnson, Patricia Darby.
1. THE 1984-85 LV. BASKETBALL TEAM -
Bottom Row, L to R: Julie Soto, Tonya
Johnson, Tina Cash, Angie Evans, Kris
Newton. Standing: Manger Julie ieane,
Shirley Chuamet, Gina Webb, Melonie Mc-
Cormick, Laura Langston, Coach Diane
Evans. 2. Shirley Chaumet demonstrates
her jumping ability. 3. Melonie McCormick
waits for the rebound.
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An outside jumper by Nicole Thompson. 3.
The Cougar defense is just too much for
this Forest Brook player. 4. THE 1984-85
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM - Bottom
Row, L to R: Charlotte Walter, Barbara
Transae, Tina Laney, Nicole Glenn. Middle
Row: Robin Turner, Michey Brown, Laura
Custain, Jeanette Peavy, Nicole Thompson.
Top Row: Coach Irene Hopkins, Cynthia
Swanson, Denise Berry, Amarantha Scott,
Manager Barbara Musgrave.
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Row, L to R: Robert Hales, Scott Regitz,
Chris Madden, Lance Holt, Mike Ficher,
Robert Lang. Second Row: Norma
Machdo, Sharon Maxwell, Monuca Welch,
Sharon Tidwell, Laina Bond, Marrgo
Morgan, Heather O'Shea, Sylvia Desan-
tiago. Third Row: Coach Nichols, john
Ashabrannar, David Owens, Richard
justice, George Coleman, Anthony Perez,
lohn Stevenson, Mark Harp, Nghta
Nguyen, Eric Borgfield. 2. Cross Country
runners warm up before the meet. 3. lohn
Ashabranner and Mike Fisher discuss the
race. 4. The Cross Country girls splash their
way to victory. 5. Robert Hales anticipates
the end of the race. 6. Heather O'Shea
strives for her personal best. 7. Girls just
wanna have fun. 8. Heather O'Shea goes
for the lead.
he boys and girls Cross Country
ms did a good job this year.
e had some hard-working,
dicated athletes on the team,"
id Coach Kenneth Nichols.
termination and team loyalty
pt both teams running strong.
The Varsity boys team was
ually ranked in the top seven at
ery meet and did very well at
'strict The l.V. and Freshman
ys team each got a runner-up
phy this year.
The girls, most running l.V. this
ason, usually placed in the top
ur at every meet. They received
e runner-up trophy at two
Coach Nichols said the outlook
r next year is great. lllt should be
e best we have ever had." Only
few of the boys are leaving and
ur of the returning boys are let-
rmen. The girls are all returning
we should have a solid girls
Coach Nichols said.
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Attitude: Best Ever
The boys' track team did well this year.
The few freshmen that were on the team
were of high quality and will give Nimitz a
strong l.V. team next year. Coach Nichols
feels like one or two might even make the
Varsity squad as Sophomores,
At the district meet, the l.V. team took
fifth place. However, earlier during the
season they placed 2nd twice and came in
The Varsity Boys' Team, made up of
four Seniors and one So homore, did very
well at district. Those placing were Buster
Crews, Rodrick Howard, Keith Davis, and
Vincent Barlow. Keith placed 2nd in the
100 meter dash, enabling him to continue
on and compete at Regionals. Vincent
Barlow, who placed lst in the long-jump at
district also went and competed at
'tThe men's attitude on this team was
the best we have ever had here since lfve
been here. I am really looking forward to
next year," said Coach Nichols,
1, 198485 BOYS TRACK TEAM - L to R, Bottom ROW.
Steve Neal, Lee White, Otis Tennard, Robert Lang, leff
Crowder, Eric Barton, Charles Rafferty, Scott Regetz Se-
cond Row Bob Frost, Rusty Laird, Wayne MtPike, Chris
Madden, David McCall, Sean Banks, Eric Ferguson, David
Owens Standing Coach Wade, Steve Robinson, Buster
Crews, Kieth Davis, Vincent Barlow, Roderick Howard,
lohn Stevenson, llmmy Caldwell, Coach Foreman, Coach
Nichols 2 lohn Stevenson and Mark Harp wait for the
start 3. lohn Ashabranner Sprints it to the finish 4 Coach
Nichols lectures a runner on the finer points of running 5
Big Darren Costin gives it his all!
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Lewis eat your heart out. 3. A proud win-
ner smiles for the camera. 4. THE 1984-85
GIRLS TRACK TEAM - Bottom Row, L to
R: Charlotte lohnson, Caroline Perry, Laura
Love, Chris Newton, Maria Villapondo,
Monica Welch, Tracy Cuillory, Shelly
Pinkley, Second Row: Coach Dworaczyk,
Laura Love, Dawn Rodriquez, DeeDee
Nora, lane Nix, Patrice Hammer, Heather
O'Shea, jennifer Collins. Third Row: Tina
Cash, Leanna Hunt, Gina Webb, Becky
Brook, Denise Berry, Barbara Dettrick, Tish
This year's tennis teams as
Coach Rinda Koppitz said, "is the
best group of tennis players
overall!! The girls' tennis team
placed first in district with the
boys' team finishing second. Most
Valuable and Outstanding Players
leff Wilhelm and Billy Pate placed
first in district doubles
Coach Koppitz has a great
outlook for next year - UI look
forward to boys and girls winning
team tennis. They have the overall
desire from 111 through the last
person on the ladder to get bet-
ter. Next year we will definitely
get closer to our goal!"
1. Melissa King gives 'em the ulohn
McEnroe intimidation look" 2. jeff Wilhelm
shows perfect form. 3. Billy Pate watches
the girl on the next court as leff Wilhelm
plays. 4. ls this tennis or a break dancing
contest. 5. A casual day at practice.
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1. Bottom Row: Christina DeLeon, Nichole Ebbs, Fazia Rizvi, Barbara Lara, Eva joe, Stephanie
Keagans. Second Row: Denise Wilson, Lisa Corpus, jennifer Carlile, Karen Barnard, Brandy
Kashmitter, Amy Edwards, Ellen Windship, Robin Bales, Melissa King, Sherry Willie. Third Row:
Coach Rinda Koppitz, Billy Pate, Eric Portzline, Mark Bond, Robert Pekar, Jeff Wilhelm, Tony
Hooper, lohn Morton, loe Bennet, Pat Oakes, Garmond loe, Peer Tran, Hyung Nygen, Shoby
lohn. MANAGERS: Kim Taylor and Bonnie Keene. 2. Denise Wilson works her way to the top.
3. UMP! Karen Benard swings with all her might so to get the ball over the net to the right
Nimitz Aquatics: A Year Round Sports
To most people, swimming is a
summer sport. But to the Nimitz
Aquatics Team, swimming is a
year round sport. This year's team
did extremely well, with the girls'
team placing first in distrct and the
boys swimming in second. This
made Nimitz history for the girls
placing second. MVP, Karen
Schwartz, led the girls' team in the
district meet, placing 1st in butter-
fly and 1st in the medley relay
with the help from Dena
Livergood, Layla Loria, and Tish
Jordan. Bryan Shipman, MVP
male, placed first in the
breaststroke and 100 freestyle.
Coach Mari Kaufman is very
proud of this year's team. "They
had plenty of energy," she stated.
Coach Kaufman has a positive
outlook for the team next year.
llLots of strong freshmen and
sophomores are returning," she
said, ULOOKS COOD!!l"
1. Proper training techniques were in
tant in Bryan Shipman's winning year.
Captain Karen Schwartz gives it her all
The 1984-85 Nimitz Aquatics Team.
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The Nimitz diving team had a busy,
but extremely successful year. The
diving record fo' both boys and girls
teams was 6-1.
The team's toughest competition
was Cy-Creek. That did not
discourage them, as a team, when
they traveled to San lacinto Relay. The
females came in first and the males
placed second. Dena Liverggood
made finals for female regionals.
The outstanding divers for this past
year were Dena Livergood, 1st in
district, Kelly Donnahoe, 2nd in
District, Amy Muehlem, 3rd in district.
ln boys competition, Ron Moretz, 2nd
in district, lohn Ward, 4th in district,
and Randy Voyles, 5th in district.
Ms. Kaufman, the diving sponsor,
said, 'Dena and Amy worked
especially hard. They were very sup-
portive to each other and absolutely
wonderful to work with."
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Front Row: lohn Ward, Randy Voyles,
Kenny Vines. Back Row: Kelly Donnahoe,
Amy Muehlman. Not Shown: Ron Moretz.
2. Dina Livergood Shows perfect form. 3.
A perfect 'l1O" for Bryan Shipman. 4. Amy
Muehlman in her best dive.
More Nimitz Prid
to L.B. .
Even though the Student Coun-
cil vvas hit by House Bill 1172 pretty
hard, they did manage to hold
some fundraisers. The most suc-
cessful Student Council event was
the dance, in which Vanishing
Point performed. Posters and an-
nouncements vvere printed and
the student body impulsively
responded. The dance was a huge
success. Other fundraisers spon-
sored by the Student Council
were the selling of Christmas Dog
Stockings and Valentine's Day
balloons. With the funds raised by
Student Council through the year,
they were able to purchase a
Microfish file cabinet for the
1. 1984-85 Student Council Members. 2.
Students dance to the beat at the annual
Student Council dance held in lanaury. 3.
FOUR YEAR MEMBERS - Stephanie Over-
ton, Kim Taylor, Susan Trobough, Karen
Moore, Michelle Whitehorn, and Buddy
Howell. 4. Denise Wilson and Karen
Moore help with the elections for the Stu-
dent Council members.
1. Sherri Miller attentively listens to fund-
raising procedure. 2. Dana Carpenter, Bud-
dy Howell, and Karen Moore represent the
Student Council in which they purchased
the LRC a microfish cabinet. 3. Eva Ioe and
Drew Kahn sell cokes at the Student Coun-
cil dance. 4. Mrs. Wolff, advisor, talks to
the members during a study lab meeting.
5. 1984-85 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
- Susan Trobough, Vice-President, Dana
Carpenter, Secretaryg Karen Moore,
Historiang Yvette Hutchins, Treasurerg
Denise Wilson, Secretaryg Buddy Howell,
National Honor Society T-
A Combination of Qualities
What is the only organization at Nimitz combining
academic excellence, schoolwide leadership, service,
and citizenship? None other than the National Honor
Society. Under the direction of Miss Sandra Finch,
Honor Society held key meetings throughout the year
to discuss their projects.
Students are selected to be in the society by
teacher recommendation and class rank. This past
year, the chapter inducted sixty new members. This
was the largest induction that Nimitz has held and the
largest membership with a total of seventy-eight
members. Several meetings were held before induc-
tion night in order to gather the new members
together and inform them of their duties and
During December, the society contributed a
variety of fruit baskets to the needy. Fund-
raisers began early in February with the society
selling seven flavors of popcorn. This turned
out to be a large success, raising over S1000
profit. The money was used for scholarships
given to two senior members. The society also
held a banquet in May celebrating the suc-
1. Old members of NHS gather
before inducting new members. 2.
can I say?" replies Mrs. Finch, NHS advisor.
3. 1984-85 National Honor Society
ational Honor Society
Ainsworth, Derrick Atherton, Kelsey Baker, Michelle Baker? Melissa
z, Veronica Budini, Mary Burns? Elizabeth Caldcleugh, jennifer Carlile,
Dana Carpenter, Robert Chaffin, Matthew Conger, Denise Cox, Gena Crenwelge,
Nidal Dabbasi, Christina DeLeon? Vikki Devoy, Kim Donaldson, Kelly Donnahoe,
Melody Fenley, Alma Flores, Anthony Garcia, Mike Garrett, jayna Glidden? john
Grace, Angela Grosjean, Tracey Hale, Sandra Hiesser? Susan Holder, Kim Hopkins?
l-lultin? Lorianne Hutcherson, Eva joe, Garmond joe? Ebby john, Mydung
Khuong, Suzette King? Larry Leach? Hyung C. Lee, Mary Marek, Frank Martinucci?
Mark Mason, Duane McFarland, Carmela Medina, Rodina Medina, joe Messec, janie
Montalvo, Carla Moore, Karen Moore? Thu Ha Nguyen, Richard Nowak? Patrick
Anna Oldal, Belinda Perales? Deborah Prince, Matt Pritchard, Alicia Richard
son, Valerie Rodriguez, Rehan Saade? Dawn Schwab, Karen Schwartz?
Sheddan, Bryan Shipman, jamie Simmons, Michael Spears, Doug Stokely, Lisa Strom-
mer? Pamela Sutton, Connie Tomczak? jimmy Vaughn, Doug Venverloh, Tina
Vess, Carol Viator, David Whiteford, Denise Wilson? Susan Wright? Lori Woods
-Two Year Members
1. Proud parents of Doug Venverloh put his pin on his
jacket. 2. The 1984-85 NHS officers: Michelle Baker,
Executive Board, Mary Burns, Vice-Presidentg Sandra
Hiesser, President, Denise Wilson, Secretary, Karen
Moore, Executive Board, not pictured, Karen
Schwartz, Treasurer. 3. Mmmmmmm . . . Can I have a
piece of cake? 4. Eva joe awaits her parents to put on
her pin during the induction ceremony.
l'Hand me a cropper, find me the white
out, where's the contact books? I need
pictures, let me in the darkroom,
DEADLINE, what deadline?"
These were just a few of the many
sounds that were produced in the year-
book room in 1985.
With the main objective to please the
student body with better quality, creativi-
ty, accuracy, and individualism than ever
before, the staff put many hours of hard
work and plenty of concentration into the
making of the yearbook. Throughout the
year, strained and difficult times occurred:
pictures not taken, lost layouts, no copy
written, pictures not developed, clubs not
showing up to take pictures for their page,
and a small staff to meet the new
deadlines. The biggest problem was the ef-
fect House Bill 72 played. With this new
bill, the staff could no longer interrupt class
time to take pictures or work on the
finishing touches of the yearbook. Many
arguments accumulated through these bad
times and many staff members realized
that putting a yearbook together is not an
To begin, ideas are compiled together to
form a layout, then pictures and technical
1. UGET TO WORK, NOW!!," replies Ad-
visor Gary Clem. 2. 'lI'm not going to re-do
that page again!" 3. Frustration builds as
the days for the deadline draw to a close.
4. THE CRAZY YEARBOOK STAFF - Back
Row: Vinnie Sanchez, Darren Sanchez,
Robert Walden, Robert Swanson, Ellen
Winship. Middle Row: jennifer Farmer,
Karen Bennard, Stephanie Kegans, Mellissa
Carpers, Tracey Deudeaux, Dana
Carpenter, Lori Santos, lohn Nickell, Mr,
Gary Clem. Front Row: Kim Hopkins and
designs are the next step. Finally, creative
features are added to make the pages
special. However to assure perfection,
these pages must pass inspection by Gary
Regardless of the pressures that
publishing a yearbook can develop, there
was still time for fun. Such frilious activities
included cropper wars, adopting Lori as
our 'lMOM," Dana, Karen and Ellen's laugh
attacks, john recruiting for the Marines,
hackytape games in the darkroom, Vinnie
spilling the chemicals and having to clean
t em up - not to mention mixing the
wrong chemicals together, the staff har-
monizing together to the songs on the
radio, Darren's shoulder to lean on, Dana
falling out of the chair, all the
photographers letting go of the water hose
with the result of a wet darkroom, Mr.
Clem's sense of humor, and finally we
leave Kim the hope to roll her own film
and not leave it for Derek.
This was the year for new beginnings
and new encounters. As the Mighty
Cougars prowled through the year, the
staff captured these moments on film to
produce 'ON THE PROWLX'
1. Lori Santos: Editor-n-Chief 2. The staff
puts finishing touches on their pages. 3.
'You want me to do what?" 4. 'Designing
layouts for sports is frustrating," thinks
Iohn Nickell. 5. Is that Robert Walden
working? 6, WHAT DEADLINE!!!
- Close-Up -
Experience is the Key
Each year a group of students participate in Close Up,
Close Up is a one week trip to Washington DC., where
students get a closer look at our country's governmental
system and politics. This year the group went during elec-
tion week. The group went to seminars, workshops,
listened to guest speakers, and was in Washington to
witness President Reagan's re-election. i'We had a blast,"
said layna Gliddin. "We saw so many new things but my
favorite activity had to be when Mrs. Kaufman, Karen
Peart, and l all went jogging at 5:30 A.M. in Washington,
It was so pretty!!'f The most shocking moment was Derek
Drawhornfs facial expression when he entered the hotel
room to find a surprise birthday party in store for him.
Mrs. Mari Kaufman said, HThe kids who went on this trip
are the lucky ones. They are the ones who later in life will
understand the political system from their one week of
1. The Capital on a beautiful morning in November. 2.
THE CLOSE-UP PARTICIPANTS - Back Row, Left to
Right: Carla Moore, Holly Hundermark, jimmy Vaughn,
Brian Belanger, Gerald Porter, Derek Drawhorn, Mrs.
Kaufman, and Liz Caldcieaugh. Front Row, Left to Right:
Iayna Gliddin and Karen Peart. Carla Moore is holding lay
Ryan Moore. 3. Happy Birthday! Derek Drawhorn!! 4. An
early morning stroll in Washington. 5. Liz Caldcleugh,
Mrs. Mari Kaufman, and Karen Peart smile in front of the
1- Cougar Carrier ---
EXJETFET Read Almbourn
" Pm' Extra Extra . . . Read All About it.
The thankless life of a journalist was well
known to Cougar Carrier staff members. The
young but dedicated staff went about daily
duties writing copy, arranging pictures and
columns, carrying on the search for news and
matters of interest. The staff's hard work was
rewarded only by having to give up a lunch
or a study hall to peddle the latest issue to
The newspaper served to keep students in-
formed on the activities, honors, current
events, and anything from movie reviews to
On a lighter note, students were able to
have Santa Claus letters, nominations for
Cupid Sweethearts, and Valentine Wishes
printed in two of the Carrier's seasonal
1 1984 1985 COUGAR CARRIER STAFF Back Row Left to Right Mark Bailey, Melissa Beisenherz, Denise
Cox Donald Heimbach Trent Aulbaugh Robert Pekar Robert Faber, Sandra Heisser, lanie Montalvo. Mid-
dle Row Left to Right Sue Morales Dee Dee Moore Cynthia Machado, Anna Odal, Dwayne Cloodmin.
Front Row Left to Right Mrs Zupanic Karen Moore Kelly Donahoe, Tricia Uselton, Zoe Wilson, Kim
Caswell 2 Kelly Donahoe takes a breath of fresh air from pasting ads in her section. 3. Editor Sandra Heisser
helps Robert Peaker with his section 4 Private eyes'
Cheerleaders Overcome Obstacles With
Determination, hope, and willpower
were the words used to summarize the
Cougar Cheerleaders. They were deter-
mined for excellence and hoped for
Senior Co-Head, Denise Wilson said,
llBeing a cheerleader takes a lot of time but
in the end, it's terrific and fun."
There were a few changes that the
cheerleaders had to adapt to in order to
get the year started, such changes includ-
ed: receiving a new sponsor and House Bill
72. The new sponsor, Bonnie Williamson,
was no problem. The girls all felt she did a
good job. 'lShe tries real hard and is there
if we need help," said junior Lori Woods.
The new House Bill 72 was quite different.
For starters, the girls lost their two-hour
class in which they could practice cheers,
stunts, and gymnastics, which get ready for
the pep rallies, and make the signs for the
upcoming game. This resulted in longer
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The girls attended Sam Houston
Cheerleading Camp during the sur
There they received superior ratings
were eligible for the Award of Excell
They also brought back plenty of
One of the most honored events
modeling for Macy's, in Deerbrook Is
August for their Fashion Show.
Once again, one of our cheerleaders
been nominated for NCA cheerleading
structor, Denise Wilson.
Not only did the cheerleaders a
football games, but basketball too.
girls were kept busy, not only cheering
selling football and basketball ribl
Christmas cards and wrapping p.
Nimitz sweaters, socks, shirts.
llAll the girls worked hard. At times
were down, but their willpower
strong enough to keep them going,"
Sponsor, Ms. Williamson.
1. Shelly Anderson and Patty Waldrep
cheer the Cougars on to victory. 2. Patty
Waldrep stretches before the game. 3.
Tammi Gorski yells as the Cougars Varsity
Football Team kicks off for another
1. THE 1984-1985 CHEERLEADERS - Bot-
tom Row: Shelly Anderson, Lori Woods,
Layla Loria, Lisa Ward. Second Row:
Denise Wilson, Sandra Allgood, Tammi
Corski. First Row: Patty Waldrep, Michelle
Whitehorn. Top Rowz Susan Trobough. 2.
Denise Wilson receives a big hug from her
parents at the last game, 3. Sandra Allgood
and Michelle Whitehorn l'Take Five" from
the game. 4. TAA-DAHlll 5. Lisa Ward
displays her talent in one of the many pep
- Cougar Crew
Opposite Page: 1-7 The Cougar Mascots a
work and play. This Page: 1-7 The man
sides of the Cougar Crew.
Dressed to Roar
Energetic, brave, crazy, and daring are just a
few words used to describe this year's Mascots
and Cougar Crew.
Mascot's,are the special people who provide
entertainment to people of all ages while spark-
ing spirit and good sportsmanship all at once. This
year's mascots include, 3-year veteran, Dana
Carpenter, 2-year veteran, layna Glidden, and
newcomer Tasha Denton. Each of the girls sup-
ply plenty of laughter and enjoyment for all foot-
ball and basketball fans, while on the other hand,
supplied headaches for the Cougar Crew.
The Cougar Crew is responsible for many
things. The female members put up signs for the
football game as well as escorting the cougar
around the stadium. The male members not only
guard the Cougar, but perform stunts with the
cheerleaders, All members are responsible for
putting the run-through sign on and off the bus
and holding it as well for the HUNGRY
COUGARS to tear through it.
Being a member of the
Roaring Cougar Band takes
plenty of dedication, pride,
and hard work. This year the
members upheld their
reputation as they com-
peted in several different
contests and came out on
top. At Tropicana Music
Bowl, the band was selected
as one of the finalists in the
open class competition. At
concert and sighting reading
contest, the band brought
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home 118 solos and ensem-
ble awards not to mention l
division ratings. The band
went to Six Flags for their
trip, there they received I
division ratings. 'lThe trip
was great and a lot of fun,"
said Senior Member Kirston
Throughout the year, the
band performed specially at
ceremony for the Hardy Toll
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1. Before playing at the Wyndham Hotel,
Mike Harrelson fixes his bow tie. 2. THE
ALL-DISTRICT IAZZ BAND MEMBERSHIP -
Danny Hopkins, Alex Hemphill, Rody
Lyhky , I .,.,
Hillman 3. All-Area Band Member Rody
Hillman. 4. The band plays at the Hardy
Toll Road opening ceremony.
Road, at the Wyndham
Hotel for the Chrysler Cor-
poration, and at Deerbrook
Mall. Once again the Band
was invited to perform at
the Bluebonnet Bowl in
which they shared the
halftime show with the TCU
The band owes a lot of
thanks to the Band Booster
Club for standing behind
them in good and bad times.
R E G l O N B A N D
MEMBERS - Back Row:
David Nix, Ken Synder,
Richard Beasley, Rody
Hillman, Greg Head.
Front Row: lane Nix, Kim
Hopkins, Susan Wright,
Mike Machado 2. The
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MEMBERS - Front Row:
lane Nix, Kim Hopkins,
Dawn Schawb, Kathryn
lyy, Gena Crenwelge,
Vonda Seeliger, Pam
Poynter, Susan Wright.
Back Row: Derrick Benn,
Craig Garrett, Will
Seeliger, David Nix,
Richard Beasley, leff
Donnell, jeff Sorrells,
Ken Snyder, Alex
Hemphill, Michael Men-
chada, Rody Hillman,
1. Members of the band play during the
game. 2. Steve Parker adds 'ia touch of
class" to his solo. 3. jennifer Smith concen-
trates strictly on keeping the rifle in her
hands and not on the ground. 4, The Roar-
ing Cougar Band at its best. 5. The
trumpets line up to dazzle the audience.
1. Steve Baker contributes to the half-time performance with an ex-
cellent solo. 2. Always keeping on top of the members during prac-
tice is Louis Klee-man, Director. 3. Senior band members walk across
the field for the band GSL representatives. 4. The band played at the
Hardy Toll Road opening. 5. Neil Conroy displays excellence in the
stands by getting down with the beat.
Comes to NHS
After a long exhausting week of
taking final exams, the student
council sponsored a well
deserved night dance.
The hard work began weeks
before lanuary 17, with student
council members meeting several
times during study halls in order to
prepare for the upcoming dance.
During this time Vanishing Point
was selected to be the entertain-
ment for the night, posters and
announcement were printed, and
the excitement among the student
body began to stir.
The days went by fast until the
night of the dance finally arrived.
As you walked in, there was an
explosion of strob lights, bubble
and fog machines, and syn-
thesizers pounding on the walls
and floors of the cafeteria. The
D.lfs played many of the favorite
songs and took dedications as
'll enjoyed the dance so
much," said Senior Belinda
Perales, lll was able to hold my
date real close during the slow
The evening was enjoyed by
everyone. The dance floor was
seldom empty and as the clock
ran down to the last few
seconds, the D.lfs announced
the last song. There was a loud
murmur throughout the au-
dience of people who did not
want to leave. The students left
with yet another high school
memory to hold within their
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First Year Proves Successful
Another first year club at Nimitz is TAFE, Teacher
Association Future Educators. TAFE is comprised of
working dedicated young people who vvant to prove
themselves worthy to accomplish their goal to teach.
This club may be small but they have kept very active
throughout the year. In December, the members held
a pizza party, in February, the members vvent to a
convention held in San Antonio, Texas. The most
social event was in March. The members sponsored a
breaking rapping talent show.
1. Sean Banks wraps" with the audience. 2.
A jam session in the making. 3. TAFE OF-
FICERS - Tracey Haleg President, Rhonda
Moserg Treasurer, Alicia Richardson,
Secretary 4. TAFE MEMBERS - Mrs.
Rankin, Chaundra Emert, Tracey Hale,
Rhonda Ekland, Laura Langston, Susan
Holder, Melanie Beisenhertz, Lori Santos,
Jennifer Davis, Alicia Richardson, Rhonda
l Drill --
When the 1984-85 Starboard Angel officers were
announced last May, it meant a new beginning for
the Starboard Angels. Considering there were no
Senior officers, the underclassmen who were named
to the positions had to work harder to gain ex-
perience, respect and leadership. They all pulled
together and made this year's drill team the best.
Beginning with camp, the Starboard Angels began
to display their tremendous dancing ability
throughout the state. During line camp, many
members received halftime ribbons for outstanding
performances On the last day of camp, the Angels
were honored when lennifer Davis was named Ms.
Halftime USA. To add to the excitement, they were
awarded a trophy for their outstanding military
routine. After camp, it was straight back to school
for practice. Football season went by quickly, and
the Angels performed well.
After football season the girls began practices for
1, One of the many halftime performances dur-
ing football season. 2. 5..6..7.,8 . . . 3. Members
of the drill team keep a smile on their face while
they concentrate on their routine. OPPOSITE
PACE: 1. Adrienne Hall keeps a close eye on the
basketball game. 2. THE 1984-85 OFFICERS - L
to R: Captain Carol Viator, Captain Stacey Bonds,
Admiral lennifer Davis, Captain Nikki Middleton,
Captain Lori Santos. 3. THE 1984-85 DRILL TEAM
MEMBERS - Top Row, L to R: Shelley Porter,
Melanie johnson, Krista Tenney, Samatha Leech,
Stephanie Halpin, Kim Donaldson, Missy
Beisenherz, Beth Howsley, Kara Hatfield, Karen
Bonderant, Barbie Olavson, Christy Morgan,
Mickey Milford, Pam Norris, Kim Collins, Kelly
Anderson, Cheryl lrwin, Leslie Robinson. Second
Row, L to R: Alicia Richardson, Karen Leach,
Stephanie Stevens, Marion Link, Tricia Uselton,
Rocky Britner, Wendy Odom, Cyndee Wylie,
Wendy Williams, Kim Crowson, Denise Tabola,
Rita Khalaf, Laura Saunderson, lanell Ashabran-
ner, Darlene Beasley, Shanna Powell, Kim
Franklin. Bottom Row, L to R: Amy Collins, Belin-
da Perales, Karen Moore, Melissa Mitchell, Kim
Caswell, Rhonda Moser, Cheryl Laskowski, Cindy
Nowak, Adrienne Hall, Melanie Beisenherz, Mina
Solhyou, Sherrie Kainer, Terri Strong, Stacia Glass,
Andrea Adams, Adrienne Dedeaux.
New Beginning for Angels
competition. The competition season was long. They
went to Friendswood, then to Oak Ridge, where
they got straight ones from every judge in every
category. The officers were awarded a sweepstakes
trophy for receiving ones in their lazz, High Kick and
Prop Routines. The following Angels were given a
solo medalp Jennifer Davis, Lori Santos, and Kim
After Oak Ridge, the Drill team went straight to
work for Nationals. The Angels were very successful
in receiving superior ratings in their lazz, High Kick,
and Prop routine. The officers also received a
superior rating. When the Angels returned home
again for the 50th Anniversary of the Aldine District
they performed a High Kick to "She Works Hard For
The escorts for the Angels this year were: Dwayne
Deieon, Chris Sanders, Victor Hill, Sparky johnson,
and Steve Ostinelli.
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tric Horseman. 2. Drill team members await the final
seconds of the clock in order to perform during halftime
at the basketball game. 3. Captain Stacey Bonds attempts
to teach the drill team mascot a few new moves. 4.
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1. "Nimitz Cougars are Lil." 2. Admiral len-
nifer Davis displays satisfaction after a well
performed routine. 3. Alicia Richardson and
Rhonda Mosher demonstrate UANCEL LOVE"
4. Barbie Olavson Counts to the beat in order
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1. I don't think they're listening, do you? 2. TREBLE OFFICERS - Kim
Collins, lonie Beatty, Robin McGowan, Terry Hitt, Heather O'Shea. 3.
Marshall Arfile and jennifer Craves sing a duet. 4. ACAPELLA OFFICERS
- Carla Moore, Stacey Hallmark, Rick Flores, Renea Petty, ludi Rivera.
5, ACAPELLA CHOIR - Bottom: Carla Moore, Roberta Davis, ludi
Rivera, Norma Machado. Middle: Rhonda Ekland, Stacey Hallmark,
Becky McClain, Michelle Pate, jennifer Graves, Chandra Emert, Renea
Petty, Kim Taylor. Top: Derrick Adams, Marvin Watson, Fred Sammons,
lackie Branham, Richard justice, Tim Nolan, Rusty Denner, Darryl
Williams, Marshall Arfile, Karl Key, Rich Flores, lohn Reyna. 6. The boys
section of the choir.
ougar Choirs Hit High otes
hroughout the 1984-85 year, the
itz choir kept a busy schedule, 'lPuttin
the Hits," the Pop Program, triggered
beginning of the many programs in
ich they would participate. In
cember, the choir sang in the Christmas
iri with the program PA Christmas
sical Medley." They also entertained at
cy's in Deerbrook, Greenspoint Mall,
timist Club, the Marriott Hotel, and at
opening of Deerbrook Commons.
Two of Nimitz's piano soloists and 17
solo and ensemble students made 1's
when the choir competed in the UlL con-
cert and sightreading. Solo and Ensemble
members who made 1's went on to Austin
for the State Competition. A spaghetti din-
ner was sponsored by the parents of choir
and the choir students provided entertain-
ment. The choir ended its busy schedule
with a Banquet at the L'Hotel Sofetel in
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POP GROUP - Top Row: Fred Sammons, jackie Branham, Richard justice, Marshall Arfile,
Ricky Flores, John Reyna. Bottom Row: Carla Moore, Roberta Davis, Judi Rivera, jennifer
Graves, Renea Petty, Kim Taylor. 2. TREBLE CHOIR - Top: Doneen Wheat, Leslie Hillman,
Kim Collins, Niki Pate, Elisabeth Ivy, Darcy Lockitski, Robin McGowan. Bottom: Susan Vanden,
Cindy Watson, Andrea Adams, lonie Batty, Heather O'Shea, Terry Hitt, Ronnie Schlabra,
Rhonda Colson. 3. MADRICAL - Top: Derrick Adams, jackie Branham, Richard lustice, Rusty
Denner, Marshall Arfile, Rick Flores, lohn Reyna. Bottom: Carla Moore, Roberta Davis, Norma
Machodo, ludi Rivera, jennifer Graves, Shandra Emmert, Renea Petty, Kim Taylor. 4. Renea
Petty and Ricky Flores perform during the fall 'lPop" Show. 5. Renea Petty sings her solo.
1, Acapella Choir Christmas Concert 2. Ricky
Flores and Fred Sammons - Christmas Con-
cert 3. Treble Choir - Christmas Concert 4.
Nimitz Pops Pop Program - "commercials"
- Rene Petty, Ricky Flores, Michele Pate, Judi
Rivera, lackie Branhan. 5. Nimitz Pops Pop Pro-
gram - Kim Taylor, Fred Sammons 6. Treble
Choir Pop Program Front: Susan Vanden,
Heather O'Shea, Rhonda Colson, Terri Hitt,
Elizabeth lvy, Niki Pate
Finishing off the year with four
members qualifying to state com-
petition, the debate squad has
reason to be proud.
At the beginning of the year,
the squad wasn't quite sure how
to react towards House Bill 72.
The members normally go to 12-
15 tournaments through the year
but this year they only went to
eight. "lf anything stood in our
way, it was the state legislation
hampering us," says Senior
member Derek Drawhorn.
UThe team has so much to be
proud of," said Mrs. Paula Vin-
This year the teams of Derek
Drawhorn!Mark Mason and
Doug Venverloh!Arthur Lim ad-
vanced to state competition. At
Drawhorn!Mason placed 5th and
Venverlohf Lim placed ninth. They
also received two extra awards,
Top Speakers, Mason first and
1. Arthur Lim takes a moment to look up
from typing his opening speech at state. 2.
l'Let's go lady," says Mark Mason. 3. THE
1984-85 DEBATE SQUAD - Mrs. Paula
Vinzant, Arthur Lim, Doug Venyerloh,
Mark Mason, Derek Drawhorn, Kathy
Hendren, Charna Manning, Priscilla
Buelow, Liz Claudcleugh. 4. Mrs. Vinzant
gets ready to take off towards the state
tournament. 5. Four year senior member,
Lights . . .
Camera . . .
Action . . .
The Drama Department had a
full and successful 1984-85 year.
They participated in the U.l.L. con-
tests with a condensed version of
UAII the Way Home." Drama
presented "All the Way Home" to
Nimitz in january. The production
proved to be a very powerful
performance. The organization
held a Christmas fundraiser and
the money was used in the
1. Drama students have many per-
sonalities, the class. 2. Behind the scenes,
Matt Borgardt helps out with the lights. 3.
Scene from the play, "All the Way Home."
4. Dana Loving practices the script for the
play. 5. The set from production of UAII the
- Thespians -
Thespians is an international honor drama fraternity
established for the advancement and recognition of the
students of the theatre. The name Thespians comes from the
ancient Greek actor Thespus who was the father of actors or
the first actor. Thespians is a service organization designed to
promote the theatre.
Becoming a member of Thespians is not an easy task. ln
order to become a member, a person must earn a total of ten
points - each point being worth ten hours of hard work.
Points can be obtained by play participation, technical work,
and other designated activities.
Members of the Thespian Society participate in the Drama
fundraisers under the direction of Miss Karen Stewart. The
Drama Department is doing three different productions that
the Thespians will participate. The club currently has fourteen
members. The officers, all of which are senior members, are
Kim Hopkins, President, Brian Mills, Vice-President, Angie
Scott, Secretary, Stuart Burson, Historian.
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tom Row: Kim Hopkins, Michelle Baker,
Angie Scott. Top Row: Stuart Bursen, Chris
Conway, Trevor King. 2. Dramatically,
Stuart Bursen, reads off his script. 3. Thes-
pian President, Kim Hopkins, gets involved
into her character. 4, Chris Conway eager-
ly awaits the finale.
Spirit Club --
Highest Peak .
Sparking enthusiasm and bringing the student body
gggther were the main objectives for this year's Spirit T
Beginning the year with a new sponsor, Ms. Rhonda '
Swift, and getting adjusted to House Bill 72, the Cougar
fans were once again on the prowl.
During football season, the Spirit Club was instrumental
in bringing the Nimitz student body closer together. They
painted and posted posters and signs in the cafeteria for
all the activities, they also painted and decorated cars and
the school building for the homecoming game. "When
the students walked out of the building and saw the
glecsnrated cars, it was fantastic." replies sponsor Ms.
This year the Spirit Club once again participated in the
"Toys for Tots" drive and also collected clothing and
canned foods for a needy family during the holiday 1'
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1. Ms. Swift joins in with the Christmas Spirit by organizing the food
drive for a needy family. 2. During Spirit Week, the Cougars
decorated their cars to add school spirit. 3. Sandra Heisser, Anna
Odel, and Susan Lawrence all cheer the Cougars on. 4. Some of the
members of Spirit Club. 5. Eva loe tapes a sign for the l'Toys for
Tots" and Food Drive during the month of December.
Even though the Calliope had a
small staff, new ideas and changes
were made. The biggest change
was having the book
Professionally typeset. The end
result was satisfied students and
staff. Editor, Paul Kendall, felt that
this year's Calliope was the finest
ever. A talented young breed of
Nimitz students used their unique
imaginations to produce a piece
of literature. Calliope encourages
and motivates students to write
not for an assignment but for
personal enjoyment and
satisfaction by rewarding them
the opportunity to have their
works published. Calliope also
serves to give the reader a rare,
extraordinary glimpse of true
feelings, thoughts, and hearts of
1. The 1985 Calliope Staff, Head Sponsor,
Ms. Rhonda Swift. 2. 'lWhat do ya'll want
to do that would be interesting and new,"
replies Ms. Swift. 3. Sandra Heisser and
Karen Schwartz look over a few notes and
estimates. 4. Paul Kendall 7 Editor-in-Chief.
CSU X FCA -T
Every Tuesday morning after 7:15, you may
see about 70 students heading upstairs for a
Among the students are the officers, Presi-
dent, David Stevens, Vice President, Patti
Walkrep, Secretary, Angela Ainsworth, and
Treasurer, Kim O'Neal. Along with the spon-
sor, Coach Kirk Hall, Coach Stuart Forman,
Mr. john Pecoraro, and Mr. Pearston, the of-
ficers help to encourage and build up one
another in Christ. Mr. Pecoraro's hope for the
club is to help young people realize that daily
Bible study and prayer are important in Chris-
This club also wants to become involved
since they are sponsored by the National
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Once a
month the club has a party at one of the
member's homes. They sing, eat, and
fellowship together. The party usually ends
with a guest speaker.
1. The 1984-85 CSUXFCA Club. 2. Glen Mit-
chell and Craig Orr amuse themselves at the
CSU party. 3. David Stevens and Ellen Winship
present Mr. Pecoraro with a plaque. 4. Karen
and Ellen are the life of the party, 5. Members
of the FCA at a Nimitz game.
Building a Future
Construction Trades is a course
that covers different aspects of
carpentry, plumbing, and elec-
trical construction. This class con-
sists of 2 two-hour blocks daily.
Many times in the past, they have
donated their time in building
dance props, stage sets, and other
tangible accoutrements that make
up school events. House Bill 72
has affected the class because it
has put a restriction on the type of
students that can be enrolled in
the class. This deprives many of
learning and building their future.
1. Mr. Herring gives the boys a hand. 2.
The Woodworkin ll class. 3 Dann Bur
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ton adds a bit of personality to the project,
4. The Woodworking l class.
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Drama Department presented their
1984-1985 fall production. The play
took place in t e Nimitz auditorium
on january 10 and 11 in front of a
large crowd. Drama teacher, Karen
Stewart directed the show and Dana
All the Way Home, set in and
around Knoxville, Tennessee, covers
a period of four days in May of 1915.
The theme deals with the effects of a
young man's death on a family and
coping with the sudden loss of a lov-
The cast experienced many phases
of emotions and thoughts as they
developed their characters. This play
examined the different responses
from different members of the family
group. All the Way Home included
humor admidst the tragic situation.
The play brought across the message
that life must go on - a message
ad Mosel's drama All the Way Home was
brought to life as members of the Nimitz
that is very true. A very true-to-life play
incorporates many aspects that nearly all
people at some point in their life must
Based on the novel A Death in the
Family, by lames Agee, All the Way
Home gave the drama students the op-
portunity to portray very real characters
in a tragic situation. Excellent perfor-
mances were given by Angie Scott,
Wade Hescht, Stuart Burson and Yvette
Rather than choose a new play and
recast for U.l.L. one act play competi-
tion, director Karen Stewart spent many
hours cutting the full length version of
the show down to a 40 minute
workable one-act. Led by lead actress
'The play brought across
the message that life
must go - a message
that is very true.'
Angie Scott, the cast presented their
one-act version of All the Way Home at
MacArthur High School for competition.
Angela Scott gave her farewell perfor-
mance as Mary Follett in the show. For
the past four years, Angie has been one
of the most active members of the
Nimitz Drama Department and a three
year member of Thespians. Stuart Bur-
son and Kim Hopkins also experienced
their last year in Drama this year.
ln addition to working under
Karen Stewart, the cast and crew
had the opportunity to work with
drafting teacher Cynthia Helms. Mrs.
Helms aided the students with
costume ideas and hair designs.
As the curtain closes, members of
the cast knew that they were on
their way home.
Have you ever heard of the saying where two is better
than one? The Spanish club adopted this saying as they
had two Spanish Clubsp one for Spanish l students and the
other one for Spanish ll-IV. Mrs. Premo and Mrs. Ryals
both feel this will encourage more students to join the
As in the past, both clubs went once a month to a
Spanish restaurant in the surrounding Houston area and
from time to time had guest speakers to ex lain the
Spanish language, customs, and way of life. Both Spanish
Clubs participated in the Foreign Language Banquet at
Christmas and added entertainment by bringing a pinata.
The Spanish I students also sponsored a foster child for
Christmas by participating in the i'Three Wishes" pro-
gram. The little girl was entitled to three giftsg however
the club was able to give her more.
They also visited a Children's Hospital in the Spring.
1. The Spanish two to five officers. 2.
1984-85 Spanish Club. 3. The Spanish one
officers. 4. Lori Santos and Rhonda Moser
enjoy the evening at the Christmas ban-
quet. 5. Mrs. Ryals and Mryna Hernandez
display the class Santa.
During the 1984-85 school year, the French Club
kept a full schedule, Besides holding club meetings
each Wednesday morning at 7:15, the club took on
special activities, included were a nursing home in
December to take them fruit baskets, meeting at
L'Hotel Sofitel for dinner, and taking part in the
Foreign Language Banquet, THE FRENCH CLUB OF-
FICERS - President, Liz Caldcleughg First Vice-
President, Priscilla Buelowg Second Vice-President,
Cihone Gharzouzig Secretary, Adrienne Hall,
Treasurer, Bridgette Benson, Historian, Stacey
Hallmark, Activities, Kirsten Belsong Chairman, Valerie
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The 1984-85 French Club officers.
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t't G Wd it A A By participating in the German
1' 2.., G P" club members have the advan-
, 'nr" V 't tage and opportunity to learn and
r ae speak another language. The club
visited some local German
etQe'nf WW W 5 r'rp Restaurants around the Houston
H A:i A' ' area and attended the Foreign
eff r11t Language Banquet during
"T Y Christmas. This coming summer
i will attend a trip to Germany with
5 I the Aldine district.
3. THE 1984-85 GERMAN CLUB - Front
Row: james Wells, Lee Overby, Doug
Smejkal, Natalie Emert, Bobby Riddle. Back
Row: Brian Lockitski, Charles Ross, Gary
McGirr, Bert Barranger, Eric Borgfeld,
The Latin Club's activities through
the year were filled with many ex-
citing things that the entire club par-
ticipated. The club displayed their
talents by participating in a cata pult
contest against MacArthur and
Eisenhower. Without batting an eye,
Nimitz was victorious. They also at-
tended the lunior Classical League
Regional Gulf Coast convention for
competition in acadmeic, art, and
costume events. At Christmas, the
Latin club enjoyed themselves at the
Foreign Language Banquet.
Students must be taking Latin or
have taken it in the past to belong to
this organization. Also one must at-
tend all the planned activities since it is
part of the club's requirements.
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sponsor, Mrs. Scott 2. Matt Borgardt anc
David Nix admire the Cata Pult they built. I
was named 'lHeavy Metal." 3. Ken Snyder
Matt Borgardt and David Nix display thei
hard efforts from building the Cata Pult by
a reward of a picture.
Happ to be S.A. .
Each year many lives are taken away because of the use
of drugs. Whether it's drunk driving, or drugs such as mari-
juana, LSD, or cocaine. Many of the lives could have been
saved if action would have been taken. This year at Nimitz
such action has already been put into effect. Mr. john
Pecoraro and Coach Kirk Hall, sponsors of Students Against
Drugs, have required members to sign a form committing
themselves to fight against drugs. Also members wear t-
shirts displaying their cause, As the year progressed more
students began to take action. According to Principal lack
Welch, he would like to have as many students involved at
Nimitz to join the new club.
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discuss selling SAD t-shirts at lunch. 2. Dana
Carpenter Pshows off" her SAD t-shirt. 3,
Patti Hutcherson, Kenny Vines, David
Stevens, jennifer Collins, and Mr. Pecoraro
pose for the camera. 4, David Stevens en-
joys selling a SAD t-shirt at lunch,
This year the Cougars prowled through
the wilderness seven times. The best and
most memorable hike was in San Marcos
during Spring Break at Perdenales Falls
State Park. At the hikes, lazy days were
spent fishing and enjoying the outdoors.
The club has been noted for experiment-
ing also. One experiment was that they
made hot water using solar energy. !'You
have to be there to have and understand
how fun it is," said Senior Don Heimbach.
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Head Sponsor, Mr. lim Messer. 2.
Atherton helps a friend in need. 3, One
the many and beautiful sites in view.
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Kevin Lucas attempts to survive his eight
2. THE FFA OFFICERS - Back Row,
to Right: Chet McBride, Vice-President,
Mike lohnson, Advisor, Kevin Lucas,
Front Row, Left to Right: Lonnie
Treasurer, Beth Snow, Secretary, Not
,dz Scott Grimsinger, President. 3. Shan-
Chapman rides Spanky, the killer bull. 4.
FFA MEMBERS - Back Row, Left to Right:
McBride, Kevin Lucas, Kenneth Tullos,
Page, Tim Tiller, Shannon Chapman,
Mike lohnson. Front Row, Left to Right:
lohnson, Beth Snow, Sally Vaughn.
FFA Reaps a
Harvest of Activities
Have you ever experienced the thrill of victory or
the agony of defeat? This year Nirnitz Future Farmers
of America, QFFAJ, used this as their motto. Many of
the cowboys participated in rodeos. The main rodeo
was Lucky Lady in Humble on December 16, 1984. lt
was here that the motto was adopted. Kevin Lucas,
Mark Scherer, Shannon Chapman, Ken Tullos, and
Steven Hoffmeyer all rode bulls. With the buzzer
broken for the sounding of the end of a ride, not to
mention bad weather, the boys had a hard day of
bad luck. Steve Hoffmeyer experienced cracked ribs
and Ken Tullos a broken hand on their rides.
After the rodeo, everyone attended a dance. Tim
Tiller and Chet McBride played in the band while the
others kicked up their heels and danced the night
away. Around the month of February, many of the
students participated in judging at the Houston
Livestock Show. There were two teams that Nimitz
produced, a dairy team and a livestock team, The
dairy team judged cows and the livestock team judg-
ed sheep, bulls and horses. Lonnie lohnson was
honored with being Nimitz 1984-1985 FFA
The 1984-85 Nimitz Chapter of the
Distributive Education Club had a very ac-
tive year. The chapter started the year off
by participating in the Halloween Carnival
for the children at the Lane Center. They
continue to keep themselves busy by com-
peting in Three C Conferences at Klein
Oak, where Mary Hernandez won in
Restaurant Marketing, Klein Forest in which
Michelle Roy won in Restaurant Marketing,
and the Area Three Conference, where
Stacey Locke vvon in Restaurant Marketing.
Dana Carsvvell, Liz Collura, Tina Hodges
and Stacey Locke competed with 1,200
other DECA members from South East
Texas, just to represent Nimitz at the Con-
ference. The students compete against
other students for awards in an area
related to their training station. The areas
are as follows: General Merchandise,
General Marketing, Food Marketing,
Restaurant Marketing, Service Station
Retailing, Advertising Services, Finance and
Credit, Apparel and Accessories. The
1984-85 officers are: Becky Harrison, Presi-
dent, Tina Hodges, Vice President, Dana
Carsvvell, Vice President, Theresa Smith,
Secretary, Liz Collura, Treasurer, Stacey
Locke, Historian, Darrin Womack, Srgt.-at-
Arms, Duane Wesolick, Chaplain.
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Row, Left to Right: Leanna Gunter, Tina
Hodges, Cheryl Pomilla, Margic Vesely, Stacey
Locke. Front Rovv, Left to Right: Henry
Lemons, Scott Houghton, Tony Sanford, james
Pavloski. Not Pictured: Duane Wesolick. 2.
THE THIRD PERIOD DECA CLASS - Back
Row, Left to Right: Eudalia Aleman, Stephanie
Boyd, Greg Poole, Cheryl Hanks, Susie
Forehand, Carl Huff, Keith Busby. Middle Row,
Left to Right: Kathy Baker, Mary Hernandy,
Beth Dalstrom, Becky Harrison, Dana Carswell,
Liz Collura, Theresa Smith. Not Pictured:
Rosalyn Hooper, Vicky Walters. 3. Scott
Houghton diligently works in the books.
1. Dana Carswel
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at a conference
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to Right: Stace
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2, Many of the numerous awards given
3. At the Klein Oak Conference, Mary
a trophy in restaurant and marketing, 4,
Stephan Boyd, and Greg Poole take a
ocialize before leaving for a hard day's
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work. 5. THE 198
y Locke, Historian, Darren Womack,
sg Becky Harrison, President. Front Row,
ana Carswell, Vice Presidentg Theresa
3 Liz Collura, Treasurer, Tine Hodges,
V.E.l-l. Nocational Educa-
tion for Handicappedl Food
Service is a class especially
designed to be different
from a regular class. lt is a
where students acquire skills
needed for entry-level jobs
such as waiter, waitress,
busperson and other related
The class is taken for two
consecutive years, two
hours a day, five days a
week. The students practice
their skills by preparing and
serving breakfast and other
body, and especially other
This year Food Service
sold caramel corn at
Christmas to raise money for
a gift fbicyclel for a young
boy from the Children Pro-
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types of dishes to student
1 F.H.A. MEMBERS 1984-85 - Standing, L to R: Henry Fulton, Tony Haywood, Raymond
Davis, Leon White, Charles johnson, Robert Osborn. Seated, L to R: lermey Lee, Tammy
Wood, Marjorie Armstrong, Malcom, Holmes, Mrs. Young.
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HECE Goes for It All
H.E.C.E. stands for Home Economics Cooperative Education. Students in
HECF go to school half a day and work half a day in clothing stores, fabric
stores, restaurants, bakeries, day care centers, and interior design studios. In
HECE class, students study lessons that will help them on the job. They also
study independent living and careers to prepare for the future. Most students
have received several raises on the job by the time they graduate, and many
have been promoted to management training.
Some ofthe H.E.C.E. activities included a fashion show of prom fashions on
February 22, and the Blue Ribbon Rice Original Recipe Contest, February 18.
H.E.C.E. student, Charnae Grant, was selected as one of the top six finalists in
the Houston area out of two thousand students. In the final contest on March
16 at Baybrook Mall, Charnae placed runner up and received a 550.00 prize.
Through FHAXHERO, students participated in service projects such as the
Lane Center Halloween Carnival and Christmas food and clothing baskets for
needy families. Students also attended the Area Ill Meeting in Houston March
22-23 and State Meeting April 12-13 in Houston.
1. THE 1984-1985 HECE-HERO GROUP -
Back Row: Andrea Abdalla, Kim White,
Debbie Adair, Autricia Smither, Tammy
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Front Row: Teresa Batton, Diana Fuentes,
Becky Sacky, Stephanie Overton, Tara Har-
rell, Theresa Hahn, Charollette Matthews,
Charmae Grant, Angela Kirkwood. 2.
HECE-HERO OFFICERS - Autricia Smither,
Vice-Presidentg Debbie Hill, Treasurer,
Ruby Williams, Historian!Reporterg and
Tammy Rafferty, President. 3. During
Vocational week, members of this year's
club try and recruit new members for next
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tional week. 2. A new member is added to
the vocational program. 3. One year
members of the vocational program. 4.
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smile for the camera. 5. Two year
members ofthe vocational program.
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1. OBA. Students collected food and toys tor a needy family during
Christmas Z O.E.A.OFFlCERS - Felene Hunter, Pres1dent,Tammie
Wilson, Vice President, Mrs Ryan, Sponsor: Susan Trobough,
Treasurer, Mana Perez, Historian. 3. Back Row: Linda Banksdale,
Debbie McMullen, Feelene Hunter, Shange Mayes, Layna Iohnson,
DeLisa Wilson, Tammle Wilson, Lee Atherton, Mrs Ryan. Middle
Row. Mary Marek, lanet Kuciemba, Myrna Hernandez, Maria Perez
Laura Rogers, Sarah Rains, Fondra Woods, Connie Tornzak. Front
Row' Chris Lemons, Tracy Hale, Susan Trobaugh, Shage Mays,
Shawna Chn, Cohn, Molly Reynolds. 4 Tern Doerrig and Tammy
Wilson display their bulletin board that is headed for the state
convention, 5 Faelene Hunter inducts Louis Casco into the office of
OE A Reporter
ICT, Industiral Cooperative Training, is an
organization that offers a student to take the
academics subjects as other students for three
class periods and ICT for one period each day.
Satisfaction on Work, Selecting Career or job
Targets, job-Seeking Strategy and Preparing a
job-Application Resume are subjects that the
students study on in the textbooks and
workbooks. Essential Elements is the book the
ICT student works from on their job. The
students leave school at 12:10 and go to work.
They work 15 to 20 hours a week during school.
An example of what fortune ICT can bring to a
person is Cheryl Leach. Cheryl is a surgical assis-
tant for three oral and maxillofacial surgeons. She
was one of the 24 out of 100 applicants to attend
Lamar University's dental hygiene program. She
also received a S1500 scholarship.
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1. THE 1984-1985 ICT CLUB - Back Row: john Wolfe, john
Keith Pavelka, Richard Lagrone, Scott Scobee, Delbert
Gerald Powell. Front Row: Dusty Terry, Troy Allen, Boyd
Brian Mills, james McCanless, juan Amaro, Cheryl Leach. 2. Scot
Scobee, Gerald Powell, and james McCanless work the ICT station
3. james McCanIess and Scott Scobee talk during a break. 4. TH
1984-85 ICT OFFICERS - Richard Largrone, Vice President, Delber
Chaffin, Sgt. at Arms, Boyd Bailey, President, Cheryl Leach
Treasurer, Brian Mills, Secretary!Reporter. 5. ICT banner.
Hard Work Pays
Food Service is a class full of excitement, but a
lot of work. Besides preparing meals for the
teachers, the students also cook for visitors that
come to Nimitz. This class learns how to prepare
their favorite dishes but also learn how to clean
them! When asked, a few students said they
' would like to go in some sort of food busines,
' while others would just like to cook for
themselves. Almost all of the students agreed
that despite all the hard work - its's a great
THE 1984-1985 FOOD SERVICE - Curtis Blanche, Andrea Daniels,
Tina Clark, Kim Smith, Angela Duffy, loanne Uhreyk, Kat Sims,
luanita Dever, Carlenna Smith, Becky Daut, Ginger Hawthorne,
Telfia Clark, Rhonda Brecheen, Buster Crews, Lanita, Leslie
Reynolds, Bronda Ackley, Otis johnson, Sandra Thomas, Rhonda
Hamilton, Alissa Nichols, Stephanie Weir, Tammy Hardy, Deborah
Walker, and Ms. Staples.
Composing detailed drawings and
layouts and lettering are just two of the
skills students in Drafting develop. They
work with drawings of piping, thread, nuts,
and bolts. Their goals require extra hard
work, a great deal of concentration, and
well developed assertiveness. The
students put effort into their work and in
the long run, they acquire great skills in the
field of drafting.
1, Benny Vickory measures to the exact
point for his drawing. 2. Students busily
prepare for the day ahead. 3. Keith Berger
concentrates on his drawing. 4. THE DRAF-
TING CLUB - Back Row: Albert Ortiz,
Benny Vickory, lulie Eller, Scott Nance,
Mrs. Helms. Front Row: Keith Berger, Ricky
Norton, Rodney Gonzales, 5. The students
take a few minutes out of class to socialize.
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ontinuing the traditions of
Nimitz at U.l.L. Regional
since the school open-
the Math!Science teams have
of things to be proud of. The
spent long hours practicing
learning shortcuts to tests. A
deal of time and effort went in-
preparing for competitions.
like Doug Venverloh, Mark
Eva loe, limmy Vaughan, and
Garrett, placed several times at
McClenny said, "The teams
plenty of time for growth and
'nent considering they have
year left until graduation."
Being a member of The Olympic's of the
is an honor and rewards are en-
countered. One is the fact of two great ad-
visors, Anne Hazzan and Frank McClenny, the
other is this club is a national club sponsored
by a Local Chapter of the National Organiza-
tion. There are two phases of competition:
long term and short problem. The long term is
where each team selects one of five problems
ranging from robotics, ecology, future pro-
blems, structural engineering, or even vehicle
design with problems changing each year. The
short problem is where the team gives a solu-
tion of a shorter problem and usually has one
minute for preparation.
"The team did very good during competi-
tions and learned a great dealf' said Ms.
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Top of page: MATH AND SCIENCE TEAM - Back
Row, Left to Right: Amy Edwards, Hung Nguyen,
Doug Venverloh, Mark Mason, Michael Ouast, Bar-
bara Dittrick. Front Row, Left to Right: Eva loe, Rafael
Roques, Doug Smejkal, Daniel Wilson, Fazra Rizvi.
Bottom of Page: OLYMPICS OF THE MIND TEAM -
Back Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Hazzan, Billy Devoy, Eb-
by lohn, lay Africa, Doug Venverloh, Mark Mason,
Micheal Quast, Andy Lee, Amy Edwards, Mr. McClen-
ny. Front Row, Left to Right: Kris Newton, Thuha
Nguyen, Hung Nguyen, Doug Smejkal, Nidal Dabbasi,
Rafael Roques, Daniel Wilson, Fazia Rizvi, Eva loe,
Shoby john, Veronica Budini, Anthony Garci.
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Styling, Cutting Hair
NDon't cut too much off." UI want a soft perm
but only on top." 'My nails are a disaster zone."
Those were just a few of the echoes heard in
the Nimitz Cosmetology room. ln a few short
words, people go into the Cosmetology room
and expect miracles. Miracles are then performed,
with the knowledge to create new and exciting
President Tracey LaFreniere said, 'Cosmetology
isn't just styling hair, but the knowledge and prac-
tice to achieve the final step, a cosmetologist. lt
gets frustrating at times but in the end l know it
will pay off."
The girls held a fashion show in the Nimitz
auditorium in the month of january. The girls
worked hard to get ready for the show. At the
show, everyone enjoyed themselves and the girls
felt the show was a big success.
1984-1985 COSMETOLOGY OFFICERS - Back Row.
President, Tracey Lalfrenierep Sponsor, Mrs. Walford.
Front Row: Reporter, Suzette King, Secretary, Sandra
Allgood, Historian, Dora Perez. Not Pictured: Vice Presi-
dent, Wanda Warren, Treasurer, Denise Slater-Ortizp
Parlimentarian, lalana Andrewsg Sgt.-at-Arms, Susan
Lawrence. Z. Sharon Taylor takes a break from her busy
schedule. 3. Stephanie Stevens practices on a classmate,
4 lill Herman is thinking twice about another haircut
while classmate Theresa Vaughn is about to "attack" 5.
1984-1985 COSMETOLOCY 4 Front Row, Left to Right:
Wanda Warren, lill Herman, Debbie Prince, Ruby Herrin,
Tamra Goodwin, Carmela Medina, Rhonda Brown, Dora
Perez, Ellen Kromer. Back Row: Liz Ramos, Sandra
Allgood, Michelle Knight, Suzette King, Angela Shipley,
Diane jones, Theresa Vaughn, Sonia Pelletier, Terry Hitt,
Ami Brasfield, Stephanie Stevens, Tracey LaFreniere, Mrs,
One of the newest clubs organized at Nimitz is the first
Water Polo Teams. Water Polo has been given club status
and not recognized as a sport because it isn't backed by U.l.L.
Before becoming a member of this new organization one
must have knowledge of how to play soccer and most impor-
tant, be a member of the swim team.
Ms. Mari Kaufman, Head Sponsor, was excited about the
enthusiam from the members. She believes all three of her
teams did well considering this was Nimitz's first year.
The phrase "up and coming" could easily describe the
teams. With all three teams mainly consisting of Sophomores
and juniors, and carrying a large amount of the weight, this
was the year to gain a lot of experience. Their record was 1-3.
"Water Polo is a rough and tiring sport," said Varsity Goalie
1. 1984-1984 VARSITY BOYS WATER POLO TEAM -
Back Row: Gordon Pena, Scott Rittenhouse, Brett
Donahoe, David Armstrong, Sean Carey. Front Row:
David Stevens, Bobby Riddle, Byran Shipman, Greg
Belcher, Rodney Harris 2. 1984-1985 IR. VARSITY BOYS
WATER POLO TEAM - Back Row: Mark Estrada, leff
Morris, Kenny Vines, Kelly Bradley. Front Row: Bobby
Riddle, Terry Rose, Kevin Clemons. 3. Sean Carey strives
for victory. 4. Varsity Goalie, Byran Shipman, cheers on
the team. 5, THE 1984-1985 VARSITY GIRLS WATER
POLO TEAM - Back Row: Darlene Connor, Dena
Livergood, Tish Jordon, Tasha Denton, Bridgitt Curnitt
Front Row: Lynn lacobs, Toni Page, Teresa Maddov,
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1984-'85 school year came to a
close with many memories still
fondling in the heart of so many.
For some, it was the sensation of
making lots of friends - a practice
that is instrumental in Cougar Pride. For
others, it was the excitement of our
extraordinary football team. We
remember "Easy Randy Street"
nnouncing at our pep rally that the Coogs
were the 79Q Team Of The Week. Our
Coogs finished the season with an
impressive 7-3 record. The Coogs are on
the prowl! From now on the Nimitz
Cougars will be a force to be reckoned
Many of us associate this year as 'lThe
Year of the Dances." In early january, the
students were welcomed with a distinctly
unfamiliar friend - SNOW! Out of 1650
students, 652 stayed home to play.
Christmas time was also a time for our
organizations to give to the needy. The
students had a food drive for the poor and
gave to Toys for Tots.
The memories will be cherished forever,
but we must look toward the future. There
is a special message for everyone. To the
graduating Seniors of 1984-85, you finally
made it, but don't give up, it's really only
the beginning. You must set your goals in
life now, and then set out to obtain them.
just remember, "lf you can't be the moon,
be a star, but be the best of whatever you
are." To all returning Cougars, for you, life
might be a struggle, but you must
persevere. You can still create your
future and destiny. However, time
is the only thing that can never be
retrieved. Remember, people
don't plan to fail - they fail to plan. You
must stand strong in your convictions, and
keep reaching for the stars.
The statement, "The Coogs are on the
Prowl," is not just a theme, it's a way of
existing. lt's a signal that we are no longer
satisfied with being a follower, we want
to be the leader! It's a statement about life
indicating that we are proud to be from
Chester W. Nimitz High School. For, RWE
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1. Seniors leanette Rameriz and Garmond
loe enter the coronation scene as
nominees for Best-Dressed.
3. The Nimitz jazz Band plays the theme
song, Over the Rainbow, while nominees
are introduced. 2. Cougar candiates anx-
iously await the announcement of the
Cougars Find The
O ER THE RAINBO
Somewhere over the rainbow the class
favorites found their pot of gold at the
1985 Coronation. Preparation for this col-
orful event began weeks in advance. The
students on the yearbook staff and in
woodshop spent many hours making the
rainbow that was to hang over the heads
of the candidates on that spectacular night.
It was a beautiful sight when the rainbow
was finally hung in its place on the after-
noon of the performance.
The nominees began arriving early in an-
ticipation on the evening of the ceremony.
As their names were called, the candidates
crossed through the decorated gazebo on-
to a colorful stage to the applause of a
huge crowd. The ladies and gentlemen
were beautifully dressed in semi-formal at-
tire. Entertainment, provided by Nimitz
choir members and the pop group, added
to the excitement in the air. Master and
Mistress of Ceremonies Derek Benn and
Kim Hopkins announced the nominees to
Pot of Go
the tune of llSomewhere Over the
bow" performed by the Nimitz jazz B
Before the crowning of Mr. and
Nimitz, the curtain closed and the
opened, the stage was filled with
nominees ready for the grand finale. 5
choir member Tracy DeDeaux belted
jazz version of l'Over the Rain
receiving a standing ovation from th
zealous crowd at the finish of the
This brought the excitement to a
now it was time to announce the 19E
and Miss Nimitz.
The nominees for these title po
were brought out again and the
complishments were read. The sus
was set for the final number. When
grew as Mrs. Sharon Parramore an
lack Welch read the winners -
Drawhorn and Denise Havard.
brought our trip over the rainbow
1985 Mr. and Miss Nimitz. 4. Carla Moore
sings 'lMemory" to start off a night full of
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Nimitz Denise Havard. 5. Hostess, Kim
Hopkins and Host, Derek Benn announce
1. Judy Rivera congratulates Yvette Hut-
chins on her victory, 2. Tracey Dedeaux
entertains the audience by singing the
theme song, 'iOver the Rainbow."
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the nominees and winners. 3. Mike Leuthe
proudly escorts Sherrie Kainer during the
We are assembled here this Saturday to
leave behind us years of mental torture,
sorrow, but most of all - happiness.
We have friends with whom we must
part and routines which must be reformed
and disciplined. We are to gain experience
and to live life to its fullest. We find
ourselves asking what will become of us, a
single Class of people, high school students,
in an endless system - a world of reality.
Do not despair, we travel a road built with
the minds and lives of others before us.
Seven years ago, Nimitz was built to
educate the future generations: to teach us
how to live. ln given time we will too
dedicate our lives and efforts to develop
Today we exit a picture of our lives.
Years from now, the stilness of our por-
trait's a resemblance will force tears from
our eyes. We will remember failing Mr.
Brown's class. More importantly, we will
recall ioyous occasions. In ten years, we
will remember our high school period,
when we learned so much about people.
We may have acquired knowledge of
Mathematics, BioloSY, English, Physics,
l-hstory - these are for our minds. No
doubt, years from now, we may forget
much of our technical knowledge.
However, we have learned friendship,
trust, commaraderie - these are for
ourselves, and they will never escape us.
Today, we leave our dearest friends -
the poeple who so kindly aided us in
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distressful moments. Recall the confusion,
frustration, you have felt over relationships
or school. You have always had a friend to
depend on. And now is a time of sacrifice,
we must leave behind us an entire period
of our Hves and the people we have
known for most of our childhood. Those
of you have not felt these frustrations and
questioned your identity, do not feel in'
adequatep it is you that will have a mid-life
We shall not depart from Nimitz Senior
High School without leaving an impression
upon those to graduate in years ahead.
Each future class will be a legacy to the last.
Each of us, each person to walk through
the halls of our school will encompass our
thoughts. We are united one last time as
one conscience. As a group, l plead that
you remember this moment, it is' perhaps
the greatest change in our lives.
Today, we are deaf to our souls' cries of
loneliness and despair. And we are bhnd to
the faces we will most likely not see again.
Empathize with me, and feel each other's
thoughts. Today is the most solitary day of
our lives. For we feel nervousness: we
have no certainty, no guarantee of the
Stand firmly and proudly - we, the
class of 1985, have iust begun. Foresight
wams us of distress, but we hold our
destiny in our palms. Let us smile and have
jovial spirit for the culmination of this day,
this picture in time.
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The sophistication of the Raphael
Ballroom in the Wyndham Hotel
had an added touch of class on the
evening of Friday, May 3, 1985. Its
added magnificence was the 1985
Nimitz Senior Prom. This year's
Seniors furthered the Wyndham
Hotel's elegance with their chosen
theme, A Touch of Class.
The gala event, which surpassed
almost everyone's expectations,
resulted from four years of hard
work from many dedicated Seniors.
Fundraisers, class meetings and
helpful sponsors made the prom
everything that it had been
dreamed and more. At their weekly
meetings, Seniors chose their class
song, colors, motto and theme that
1. Bill Brace, Dawn Rodriguez, and Brian
Graham smile at the array of friends at
prom. 2. ls that Buddy Howell or PRINCE?
3. Friendships are special as demonstrated
here by Dana Carpenter and Don Helm-
bach. 4. Barbara Madray is astonished that
prom went by so quickly. 5. Seniors HGET
DOWN" at the Wyndham. 6. lTHi Darling,"
says Karen Bondrant. 7. Ron Moretez and
his date sit one out. 8. Prom King and
Queen: Frank Martinucci and Cheryl
were all a part of the prom.
Before arriving at the Wyndham
Hotel in their rented limos or Lin-
colns, many Seniors went to dinner
in downtown Houston. The ladies,
dressed in their stylish evening
gowns, and the gentlemen in their
tuxes, dined at exquisite restaurants
such as Vargo's and the Carlisle
prior to making their appearances
at the prom, Snapshots recorded
the memory of the wonderful
event that was so anxiously an-
ticipated. Then it was off to the
The prom was the Seniors'
dreams come true. Attendants
greeted the Seniors and held the
door open to the extravagant hotel
so they could make their grand en-
trances. The Raphael Ballroom had
been transformed by elaborate
decorations done in the class colors
of black and silver, One wall
sported an ornate buffet that was
decorated by two ice sculptures.
Seniors danced to the pop music
played by disc jockey Mike lax.
Everything was perfectly done for a
At a few minutes after midnight,
the dance floor was cleared and the
candidates for Prom King and
Queen were brought to the band-
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nounced and the Prom King and
Queen, Frank Martinucci and
Cheryl Leach, enjoyed a solo dance
together in front of the Seniors.
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a.m. and the 1985 Nimitz Senior
Prom was over. Along with the
table decorations and souvenirs,
the class of 1985 took many
beautiful memories with them from
the Wyndham Hotel. May 3, 1985
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st Row, L to R: Belinda Perales, Christina
Leon, Lisa Strommer, Rehan Saade, Suzette
g, Karen Moore, Susan Wright. Second Row, L
f R: Garmond loe, Kim Hopkins, Karen Schwartz,
ton Alldredge, Richard Nowak, jimmy Vauhn,
ndra Heisser, Michelle Baker, Arthur Lim.
First Row, L to R: Naomi Glover, Susan
Boyd, Kim Taylor, Rodina Medina, Angie
Grosjean, layna Glidden, Denise Wilson,
Michelle McLood, Michelle Knight, Carla
Moore, Connie Tomczack. Second Row, L
to R: Mary Bruns, Shawn Byrnes, Anna
Odal, Nidal Dabbasi, Drew Kahn, Buddy
Howell, Frank Martinuci, Brian Mills, Cheryl
Leach, Holli Hultin. Third Row, L to R: Dana
Carpenter, Darryl DeLeon, Ebby lohn, Alex
Hemphill, Stuart Burson, james Pavloski,
Kelly Donnahoe, Denise Havard,
1984 Homecoming Queen
Michelle Whitehorn Sa"d'aA"gOOd
QBELOW - Lefty Patty VVElldrE!p
mow, Denise Tabola
Adair, Debbie - CSU 2 years, Drama 2
years, HECE-HERO 2 years, UIL One Act
Play 1 year. Plans to attend NHCC with a
major in Psychology.
Ainsworth, Tommie - Band 2 years,
Baseball Manager 1 year, Industrial Arts 2
years. Plans to work while attending a
Alldredge, Alton - French Club 1 year,
National Honor Society 2 years, Yearbook
Photographer 2 years, lets 1 year,
MathfScience Team 4 years, French Club
Historian 1 year, Message Board 2 years,
Cum Laude. Plans to attend McMurrey
College in Abilene.
Allgood, Sandra - Cheerleading 2 years,
Choir 2 years, Cosmetology 2 years, Star-
board Angel 2 years, VICA 2 years, Cor-
onation Candidate 2 years, Homecoming
Candiate 2 years, President of Treble Choir
1 year, Sgt. at Arms of VICA 1 year,
Secretary of VICA 1 year. Plans to attend
college with a Major in Fashion Merchan-
dising and Minor in Business Management.
Amaro, luan - Basketball 2 years, General
Drafting 1 year, ICT 2 years, Cougar Car-
rier 1 year. Plans to Become a Police Of-
ficer for Houston.
Andrews, lalana - Cosmetology 2 years,
VICA 2 years, Spirit Club 1 year, Parliamen-
tarian of VICA 2 years. Plans to enter in the
field of Cosmetology, and Marry Billy
Antonio, loe - Building and Trade 1 year,
General Drafting 3 years, lunior Achieve-
ment 2 years.
Arman, Cindy - Volleyball Team 1 year.
Plans to work in the future.
Ashabranner, lohn - Track Team 3 years,
Cross Country 3 years, Captain of Cross
Country 2 years.
Bailey, Boyd - Art Club 1 year, ICT 2 year.
Plans to go to College.
Bailey, Cathy - Auto Mechanics 2 years,
Baseball Manager 1 year, Football Manager
1 year, Starboard Angels 1 year. Plans to
go into the United States Marines.
Baker, Michelle - Calliope 2 years,
Debate 2 year, Drama 4 years, French Club
3 years, lunior Achievement 1 year,
Natonal Honor Society 2 years, Thespians
2 years, Wilderness Club 1 year, lets 2
years, Math!Science Team 1 year, French
Club Vice-President 1 year, Honor Society
Executive Board 1 year, Spirit Club 3 years,
Outstanding French Student 1 year, lones'
Scholarhsip Nominee, Magna Cum Laude,
Plans to attend Baylor and become an
Barksdale, Linda - Band 1 year, CSU 1
year, Starboard Angels 1 year, VOE 2
years, Spirit Club 1 year, Received a medal
for Solo and Ensemble. Plans to attend
SMSU with a major in Accounting or Com-
puter Engineering and Programming.
Barnett, Linda - Choir 1 year, Data Pro-
cessing 2 years, Spirit Club 3 years, OEA.
Plans to go to Airco Technical Institute and
become a Computer Repair Technician.
Bell, David - History Bowl 1 year. Plans to
Belson, Kirsten - Band 4 years, French
Club 1 year, Student Council 3 years,
Spanish Club 2 years, Flag Corps 2 years,
Drum Corps 2 years. Plans to attend Col-
lege at Southwest University.
Berger, Keith - Football 1 year, General
Drafting 2 years, VICA 2 years, Vocational
Drafting 2 years, Coronation Candidate,
VICA Vice-President 1 year, VICA Sgt. at
Arms 1 year, received an excellence award
at a drafting competition, Plans to attend a
Berry, Kevin - Building and Trade 1 year,
CVAE 1 yecr, Football 3 years, German
Club 2 years, Track Team 1 year, 9th grade
Outstanding German Student. Plans to go
Besiant, jeff - Baseball 1 year, ROTC Plans
to go to College.
Board, Collette - Plans to go to College at
the University of South Florida in Tampa
Boyd, Susan - Basketball 4 years, lunior
Achievement 1 year, Spanish Club 2 years,
Treasurer of Spanish Club 1 year, Straight
a's 1 year, Most Outstanding Algebra Stu-
dent 1 year, Cougar Guard 1 year, Spirit
Club 3 years, Spirit Club Executive Board 1
year, Cum Laude. Plans to attend the
University of Alabama with a major in
Borgardt, Matt - Drama 4 years, Latin
Club 2 years, Swim Team 2 years, Thes-
pians 2 years, UIL One Act Play 4 years,
Wilderness Club 1 year. Plans to attend
College with a Major in Pscyhology, and a
minor in Technical Theatre.
Brasfield, Ami - Choir 1 year,
Cosmetology 2 years, VICA 1 year. Plans
to attend college with a major in
Brecheen, Leisa - Choir 1 year, CSU 1
year, FHA 2 years, VOE 2 years, FHA Vice
President 1 year, FHA Treasurer 1 year,
Choir Medal for Solo and Ensemble 1 year,
Most Outstanding Soprano 1 year. Was
married on lune 9, 1984. Plans to attend
Brown, Rhonda - Cosmetology 2 years,
FHA 2 years, Student Council 1 year, Track
Team 1 year, Spirit Club 1 year, FCA 1
year. Plans to attend College.
Burke, Susie - Cosmetology 2 years, Star-
board Angels 2 years, Spanish Club 1 year,
VICA 2 years, Reporter for Cosmetology 1
year, Cosmetology Asst. Vice-President 1
year, Homecoming Nominee 1 year. Plans
to attend Stephen F. Austin.
Burns, Mary lane - Calliope 2 years, Na-
tional Honor Society 2 years, Starboard
Angels 1 year, Homecoming Candidate 1
year, Class Officer 1 year, Spirit Club 4
years, Spirit Club President 1 year, Spirit
Club Vice-President 1 year, National Honor
Society Vice President 1 vear. Plans to at-
tend The University of Texas with a majo
Burson, Stuart - Drama 4 years, Thespians
4 years, UIL One Act Play 1 year, Historiar
for Thespians 1 year, Straight A's 2 years,
Perfect Attendance 1 year. Plans to go to
college and study Broadcasting.
Butler, Darren - Band 3 years, Data Pro-
cessing 1 year. Plans to go to NHCC.
Byrnes, Shawn - lunior Achievement
years, National Honor Society 2 years,
Spanish Club 2 years, Cum Laude. Plans t
attend The University of Texas and study
Campbell, Shari - General Drafting 1
year, HECE HERO 2 years, Cougar Carrier 1
year, Track Team 1 year, Class Officer 1
year, Vice-President of HECE 1 year, Ar-
chitectual Drafting 1 year, Industrial Ar
Club 1 year. Plans to attend NHCC.
Carpenter, Dana - CSU 2 years, Logge
Staff 1 year, Logge Asst. Editor 1 year,
Logge Organizations Editor 1 year, Student
Council 2 years, Student Council Secretary
1 year, Spanish Club 3 years, Spanish Club
Secretary 1 year, Spanish Club Merit
Award 1 year, Track Team 3 years, Track
Team Captain 1 year, Track Team MVP 1
year, Coronation Candidate 3 years, Class
Officer 2 years, Vice-President and Presi-
dent, History Fair Participant 2 years,
District History Fair Winner 1 year, District
Runner-Up 1 year, Spirit Club 4 years,
Secretary of Spirit Club 1 year, Spirit Club
Executive Board 1 year, Mascot 3 years,
Head Mascot 2 years, lr. Principals Award,
Perfect Attendance 3 years, Powder Puff
Player, Cum Laude, SAD 1 year. Plans to at-
tend Sam Houston State with a major in
communciaton. Nominated for Homecom-
ing Queen, Nominated for Prom Queen.
Carswell, Dana - DECA 1 year, General
Drafting 3 years, Logge Staff 1 year, Track
Team 1 year, Volleyball Team 3 years, Cor-
onation Candidate 2 years, Homecoming
Candidate 3 years, FHA 1 year, Class
Secretary 1 year, Spirit Club Secretary 1
year, DECA Historian 1 year, Spirit Club 3
years, Plans to attend Southwest Texas
with a major in Business management.
Casco, Louis - Data Processing 1 year,
General Drafting 1 year, Student Council 1
year, Spanish Club 3 years, VOE 1 year,
VOE Reporter 1 year, Student Council
Vice-President 1 year, Bowling Team Vice-
President 1 year. Plans to attend Sam
Houston State and Study business and
Cassey, lames - CVAE 1 year. Plans to
start own business.
Chapman, Shannon - Agricultural Co-Op
2 years, Football 1 year, FFA Club 4 years,
Ag. Co-Op Reporter 1 year.
Clay, johnny - Football 2 years.
Collura, Liz - Band 2 years, DECA 1 year,
DECA Treasurer 1 year. Plans to attend St.
Conroy, Neil - Band 4 years, French Club
1 year, IETS 1 year, MathfScience Club 3
s, jazz Band 2 years, State Solo and
mble Qualifier 3 years. Plans to attend
onel, Roland - Auto Mechanics 2
rs, General Drafting 3 years, Art 3
rs, Plans on a future in Engineering.
in, Cynthia - Choir 1 year, FFA 2
rs, National Honor Society 2 years, VOE
ar, FFA Quiz Team 1 year.
lstrom, Beth - Art Club 4 years,
metology 1 year, DECA 1 year, FHA 1
r, Wilderness Club 3 years, Vice-
sident of Art Club 1 year, Secretary of
Club 1 year, Secretary of DECA 1 year,
retary of VICA 1 year, Most Outstan-
g Art Student 3 years. Plans to marry
r graduation. Plans to attend Rice with
ajor in Commercial Art.
rby, Patricia - Basketball 1 year, Spirit
b 1 year.
vis, Keith - Basketball 2 years, Football
ears, General Drafting 2 years, Track
m 1 year, FCA 1 year. Plans to attend
lege with a major in architectual
vis, Louis - Basketball 1 year, Calliope 1
r, DECA 2 years, Drama 1 year, Track
m 1 year, Spirit Club 3 years, FCA 1
r, Wilderness Club 1 year, Best Dressed
inner in DECA 1 year. Plans on going to
- Fashion Institute of Fort Lauderdale,
rida to be a fashion designer.
vis, Roberta - Choir 4 years, CSU 1
ar, Drama 1 year, Spanish Club 1 year,
lleyball Team 1 year, Superior Rating in
lo and Ensemble for 4 years. Plans on go-
: to college with a major in music,
deaux, Tracy - Choir 1 year, Drama 4
ars, French Club 1 year, Logge Staff 1
ar, Student Council 1 year, Secretary of
sociate House 2 years. Plans to attend
llege and someday become a real-estate
Leon, Christina - Colliope 1 year,
ose-Up 1 year, French Club 1 year,
nior Achievement 2 years, National
nor Society 2 years, Tennis Team 4
ars, Spirit Club 2 years, Industrial Arts
ub Treasurer 1 year, Magna Cum Laude,
nes' Scholarhsip Nominee. Plans to at-
eLeon, Darryl - French Club 2 years,
nior Achievement 3 years, Logge Staff 2
ars, Swim Team 4 years, Coronation
andidate 2 years, Spirit Club 3 years,
ougar Guard 2 years, Cum Laude. Plans
i attend the University of Texas with a in
enton, Tasha - Art Club 1 year, Basket-
all 1 year, Cheerleading 1 year, Student
ouncil 1 year, Spanish Club 1 year, Swim
eam 2 years, Tennis Team 1 year, Track
eam 2 years, Volleyball Team 1 year,
ocational Drafting 1 year, Class Officer 1
ear, Water Polo 1 year, Mascot 1 year.
lans to attend college with a major in
eVoy, Billy - CSU 3 years, Football 2
ears, Spanish Club 1 year, Track Team 1
ear, FCA 2 years, jETS 1 year, 4 years
erfect Attendance, Olympics of the Mind
I year. Plans to attend college with a major
Medicine or Aviation Engineering.
Dixon, Anthony - CVAE 2 years. Plans to
attend a trade school.
Doerrig, Terri - Cougar Carrier 2 years,
Cougar Carrier Photographer 2 years, VOE
2 years, VOE Social Vice-President 1 year,
Wilderness Club 1 year, Bowling Club 2
years, Bowling President 1 year, Spirit Club
4 years. Plans to attend Sul Ross State
University in Alpine, TX with a major in
Donnahoe, Kelly - junior Achievement 1
year, Cougar Carrier 3 years, National
Honor Society 1 year, Swim Team 4 years,
Wilderness Club 1 year, Coronation Can-
diate 1 year, Straight A's 1 year, Spirit Club
1 year, Cum Laude.
Drawhorn, Derek - Baseball 1 year,
Close-Up 1 year, Debate 4 years, Football
2 years, FCA 2 years, Mock Trial 1 year,
History Bowl Team 2 years, Bowling Club 1
year, German Club 1 year, Logge Staff 2
years, Yearbook Photographer 2 years,
Track Team 1 year, Coronation Candidate
4 years, Mr. Nimitz, Debate President 2
years, Debate Vice-President 1 year, North
Houston Elks Club Scholarship Nominee,
Presidents Leadership Club Scholarship
Nominee, Debate Scholarship at NSU,
Greenspoint Exchange Club Scholarship
Nominee, jack Fields Youth Advisory
Board, UIL State Debate Contestant 3
years. Plans to attend Northeastern State
University to debate and work on getting a
Duke, Tina - HECE-HERO 2 years. Plans to
attend NH CC.
England, Delenzy - Basketball4years.
Eller, julie - Starboard Angels 1 year,
VICA 1 year, Vocational Drafting 2 years.
Plans to attend a junior college and then go
to the University of Texas.
Flores, Rickey - Choir 4 years, Football 3
years, Coronation Candidate 1 year, Choir
Vice-President, Nimitz Pop Group 2 years,
FCA 1 year, Soccer 1 year. Plans to attend
The University of Texas and someday
become a musician,
Franklin, Terrie - FHA 2 years, Spirit Club
Farris, Mike - Debate 1 year, Football 4
years, Golf 1 year, Vocational Drafting 1
year, Coronation Candidate 1 year, FCA 3
years. Plans to attend Sam Houston State.
Fuentes, Diana - Data Processing 1 year,
French Club 2 years, HECE-HERO 1 year,
Secretary to Spirit Club 1 year. Plans to at-
tend The Art Institute in Chicago with a
major in Fashion Designing.
Gallagher, Sabrina - Band 3 years, Data
Processing 2 years, OEA Treasurer 1 year,
Football Trainer 2 years. Plans to attend
Sam Houston with a major in Elementary
Glidden, layne - Basketball 2 years,
Calliope 2 years, Choir 3 years, Close-Up 1
year, National Honor Society 2 years,
Spanish Club 1 year, Track Team 1 year,
Class Officer 2 years, Mascot 2 years, Spirit
Club 4 years, Spirit Club Secretary 1 year,
Who's Who Among American High School
Students, Treble Choir Historian 1 year,
Madrigals 1 year, Acapella 1 year, Solo and
Ensemble Medal Winner 2 years, Achieve-
ment Award in Choir 1 year, District
Science Fair Winner 1 year, Cum Laude.
Plans to attend ASM University and Baylor
to one day become a Pediatrician.
Goebel, Lee - Building and Trade 3 years,
CSU 4 years, Soccer 2 years. Plans to join
Grant, Charnae - Basketball 3 years,
HECE-HERO 1 year. Plans to attend the
Houston Community College with a major
Green, Kevin - Plans to go to college and
major in business.
Gunter, Leanna - DECA 3 years, Football
2 years. Plans to attend college at L.S.U.
Hall, Vincent - Auto Mechanics 2 years,
Band 1 year, FFA 2 years, General Drafting
1 year, VICA 2 years. Plans to attend a
Hammer, Milton - Basketball 1 year, Foot-
ball 3 years, General Drafting 2 years, ICT 1
year, Track Team 2 years, Wilderness Club
1 year, FCA 3 years, Industrial Arts Club 2
years. Plans to attend ITT for Robotics and
Hanes, Sean - Choir 3 years, Football 4
years, Coronation Candiate 1 year, FCA 2
years, Nominated for October Student of
the Month, Outstanding Choir Student 1
year. Plans to attend Texas A8iM and ma-
jor in accounting and Business
Havard, Denise - Debate 3 years, French
Club 2 years, Golf 2 years, Tennis Team 2
years, Coronation Candidate 1 year,
Homecoming Candidate 1 year, French
Club Secretary 1 year, History Bowl 2
years, 1st Place Nimitz and District History
Fair, Honorable Mention at State History
Fair, Exchange Student, Cum Laude, Miss
Nimitz. Plans to attend A8iM with a major
Haywood, Shernell - DECA 1 year, junior
Achievement 1 year. Plans to attend
Heimback, Don - Basketball 2 years,
Football 2 years, General Drafting 1 year,
Cougar Carrier 2 years, Cougar Carrier
Photographer 1 year, Wilderness Club 4
years, Plans to attend U.T. with a major in
Hewitt, Mike - Auto Mechanics 2 years,
FHA 1 year, VICA 1 year. Plans to attend
college at TSTI.
Hemphill, Alex - Band 4 years, French
Club 1 year, Band Vice-President 1 year,
Chess Club 1 year, jazz Band 4 year,
District Band 2 years, Region jazz Band 1
year, Region Band 1 year, Outstanding
Band Student 2 years, Drum Major 1 year,
UIL Medalist 3 years, State Qualifier 3
years, State Medalist 2 years, Cum Laude.
Plans to attend college and study music.
Henry, Lisa - Basketball Manager 1 year,
FHA 1 year, Volleyball Team 2 years, Spirit
Club 2 years. Plans to attend a vocational
Hendon, Connie - Basketball 1 year, FFA
1 year, Swim Team 1 year, Volleyball Team
1 year. Plans to attend college and go into
the secretarial field.
Herrin, Ruby - Cosmetology 2 years,
Spanish Club 1 year, VICA 2 years. Plans to
attend a business school.
Heisser, Sandra - jones' Scholarship Win-
ner, Calliope 2 years, Latin Club 2 years,
Cougar Carrier 3 years, National Honor
Society 2 years, jETS 1 year, SAD 1 year,
Straight A's 3 years, G.T. English Award 1
year, TrigfE.A. Award 1 year, President of
Honor Society 1 year, Secretary of Latin
Club 1 year, Editor-in-Chief of Cougar Car-
rier, Co-Editor of Cougar Carrier 1 year,
Asst. Editor of Cougar Carrier 1 year,
Design Editor of Calliope 1 year, Magna
Cum Laude, Salutatorian. Plans to attend
Hill, Debbie - HECE-HERO 2 years,
Sec.!Treasurer 1 year. Plans to go to
Hill, Victor - Baseball 4 years, General
Drafting 1 year, Coronation Candidate 3
years, FCA 3 years, Spirit Club 2 years,
Spirit Club Sgt. at Arms 1 year. Plans to at-
tend college or join the police department.
Hillman, Rody - Band 4 years, French
Club 2 years, Coronation Candidate 1
year, Band Secretary 1 year, French Club
President 1 year, Outstanding Boy Band
Member 1 year, UIL Medalist Winner, 2
years Region jazz Band, 3 years District
Band, Who's Who In Music. Plans to pur-
sue a music career.
Hodges, Tina - DECA 2 years, HECE-
HERO 1 year, HECE Public Relations 1 year,
DECA Vice-President 1 year. Plans to at-
Holcomb, james - Basketball 4 years.
Holman, Andrea - Cosmetology 2 years,
Track Team 2 years, VICA 2 years. Plans to
attend college and be married in 1987.
Hooper, Tammy - Band 4 years, Logge
Staff 1 year. Plans to attend NHCC.
Hopkins, Kim - Band 4 years, Calliope 2
years, Drama 4 years, History Bowl 2 years,
Mock Trial Team 1 year, Logge Staff 1
year, National Honor Society 2 years,
Photographer 1 year, Thespians 2 years,
Thespian President 1 year, One Act Play 3
years, Wilderness Club 2 years, Corona-
tion Candidate 2 years, jETS 2 years,
Math!Science Club 1 year, Band Historian
1 year, District Band 4 years, Region Band 4
years, State Solo and Ensemble Excellent 3
years, Superior 1 year, History Fair State
Honorable Mention, Coronation Mistress
of Ceremonies 2 years, Greenspoint Ex-
change Club Scholarship, Senior Principals
Award, Drama Award 3 years, jones'
Scholarship Nominee. Plans to attend
North Texas State and major in
Houghton, Scott - DECA 1 year, ICT 1
year, Wilderness Club 1 year,
MathfScience 2 years. Plans to go to the
Texas Chiropractic College.
Howell, Buddy - Calliope 1 year, Football
4 years, General Drafting 1 year, Architec-
tual Drafting 1 year, Mechanical Drafting 1
year, Student Council 4 years, Wilderness
Club 1 year, Coronation Candidate 4
years, FCA 3 years, jETS 1 year, Class Of-
ficer 1 year, Student Council President 1
year, FCA Vice-President 1 year, Spirit Club
3 year, Cum Laude. Plans to attend Knox.
and major in English.
Hultin, Holli - Band 4 years, French Club 1
year, National Honor Society 2 years, State
Solo and Ensemble Qualifier 4 years, Stu-
dent Leader in Band 3 years, Cum Laude.
Plans to attend Stephen F. Austin and ma-
jor in business administration.
Hundermark, Holly - Close-Up 1 year,
VOE 2 years, VOE Secretary 2 years, Class
Officer 2 years, Straight A's 1 year, Spirit
Club 1 year, Cum Laude, Plans to attend
college with a major in accounting.
Hutsen, Cliff - Baseball 4 years, CSU 2
years, General Drafting 3 years, Spanish
Club 1 year. Plans to attend college and
Hunter, Feleene - VOE 2 years, VOE
Historian 1 year, VOE President 1 year.
Plans to attend NHCC,
Irwin, Cindy - Band 4 years, French Club
1 year, All State Solo and Ensemble
Qualifier 3 years, Outstanding jr. Girl Sym-
phonic Band, All District Band 2 years, Stu-
dent Leader in Band 3 years, First Chair
Symphonic Band 3 years. Plans to attend
College and become a nurse.
Ives, james - CSU 2 years, Football 4
years. Plans to go to College.
jackson, Ronald - Football 4 years,
Received the Cougar Heart Award 1 year.
Plans to stay out of school for a year, then
joe, Garmond - jones' Scholarship
Nominee, junior Achievement 1 year, Latin
Club 3 years, National Honor Society 2
years, Tennis Team 2 years, jETS 1 year,
President of Latin Club 1 year, Latin Award
2 years, English Award 1 year, Perfect At-
tendance 2 years, Magna Cum Laude.
Plans to attend U.T. with a major in
business or Predentistry.
john, Ebby - CSU 2 years, National Honor
Society 1 year, Wilderness Club 1 year,
FCA 1 year, Olympics of the Mind 1 year,
Cum Laude. Plans to attend the University
johnson, jamie - FHA 1 year, VOE 2
years. Plans to attend college and study
johnson, Lonnie - Agricultural Co-Op 2
years, FFA 2 years, Greenhand Secretary 1
year, Treasurer 1 year, FFA Sweetheart 1
year, Rodeo Club 1 year. Plans to attend
college and become a dental technician.
Kahn, Drew - Debate 3 years, Golf 1
year, Model United Nations 3 years, Cum
Laude. Plans to attend college.
Kelley, Chris - Baseball 4 years, Debate 2
years, CSU 1 year, FCA 1 year. Plans to at-
tend Texas A8tM University.
Kendall, Paul - Calliope 2 years, Debate 2
years, French Club 3 years, Track Team 1
year, French Club President 2 years,
Calliope Editor-in-Chief, Ready Writing,
Cum Laude. Plans to attend college.
King, Suzette - Band 1 year, Band Club 1
year, Cosmetology 2 years, junior
Achievement 1 year, National Honor
Society 2 years, Spanish Club 1 year, VICA
2 years, Spirit Club 1 year, VICA Reporter 1
year, Magna Cum Laude, Plans to attend
college with a major in Marketing.
Kirkwood, Angela - Choir 1 year, HE
HERO 2 years. Plans to attend NHCC.
Knight, Michelle - Cosmetology 2 ye'
VICA 2 years, Spirit Club 2 years, Indust
Arts 1 year, VICA Treasurer 1 year, Strai
A's 1 year, Perfect attendance 1 year, Ct
Laude. Plans to attend college.
Kuciemba, janet - Data Processing 1 ye
VOE 1 year, Homecoming Candidate
year, Spirit Club 1 year.
LaFreniere, Tracey - Choir 2 ye
Cosmetology 2 years, Track Team 1 ye
VICA 2 years, President of VlCA 1 ye
Plans to go into the field of Cosmetology
Leach, Cheryl - ICT 2 years, Natio
Honor Society 1 year, Starboard Angels
years, Starboard Angel Officer 1 ye'
Wilderness Club 1 year, Coronation C
didate 2 years, Homecoming Candidate
year, ICT Treasurer 1 year, Cum Lau
Prom Queen. Plans to attend college a
attain a degree in art.
Leach, Larry - Basketball 4 years, Footb
1 year, General Drafting 1 year, Natio V
Honor Society 2 years, German Club
years. Plans to attend college with a maj
Lemons, Henry - DECA 2 years. Plans
attend college and eventually own
Lim, Arthur - Debate 3 years, Swim Tea
1 year, jETS 1 year, Math!Science Team
years, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude.
Locke, Stacey - Band 2 years, Debate
year, DECA 2 years, Drama 2 years, On
Act Play 1 year, Plans to attend college.
Loria, Layla - Cheerleader 3 years, C
Head Cheerleader 1 year, Starboar
Angels 1 year, Swim Team 2 year
Wilderness Club 1 year, Coronation Ca
didate, Homecoming Candidate, Class O
ficer, Powder Puff Player, Perfect Atten
dance 3 years, Cum Laude. Plans to atten
Stephen F. Austin.
Lucas, Kevin - Agricultural Co-Op .
years, Football 1 year, FFA 4 years. Plans t
Machado, Cynthia - Band 4 years
Cougar Carrier 3 years, Coronation Can
didate 1 year, Band Historian 1 year, Fla
Corps 2 years, Cougar Carrier Sports Edito
2 years. Plans to take banking courses afte
Martinucci, Frank - Basketball 2 years,
Football 4 years, General Drafting 2 years,
National Honor Society 2 years, Wildernes
Club 4 years, Coronation Candidate 'I
years, FCA 2 years, Class Officer Executiv
Boad 1 year, Wilderness Club President 1
year, Wilderness Club Vice-President 1
year, English Award 1 year, Candidate for
Ex-Student Excellence Award Scholarship,
Straight A's 1 year, Magna Cum Laude,
Prom King. Plans to attend U.T. with a
degree in Pharmacy.
Manning, Amy - CVAE 1 year, FHA 1
year, Library Aide 1 year. Plans to work
Markam, Karen - DECA 1 year, Tennis
Team 2 years, VOE 1 year. Plans to attend
Leod, Michelle - Basketball 1 year,
ma 1 year, Cougar Carrier 2 years,
ugar Carrier News Asst, Editor 1 year,
lleyball Team 1 year, VOE 1 year,
aight A's 1 year, Cum Laude, lntermural
lleyball Tournament, All Tournament
am for Cougar Carrier. Plans to start
rk full time after graduation.
Mullen, Deborah - Basketball 1 year,
ior Achievement 1 year, VOE 2 years.
ns to be married in the summer, but also
ns to attend NHCC.
dina, Rodina - National Honor Society
ear, Spanish Club 1 year, Biology Award
ear, Cum Laude. Plans to attend college,
ichalak, Richard - Choir 3 years. Plans
attend college with a major in aviation,
iller, Cinthia - FHA 1 year, Student
uncil 3 years, Industrial Arts 1 year. Plans
get married and work for college.
iller, Kipp - Auto Mechanics 2 years,
nd 2 years, Baseball 3 years, Basketball 1
.ar, Football 3 years, Student Council 3
ars. Plans to attend college at U. of H.
ills, Brian - Drama 3 years, French Club
year, ICT 1 year, Student Council 1 year,
espians 4 years, One Act Play 2 years,
ne Act Play All Star Cast, Class Officer 1
ar, Member of the National Forensic
ague 4 years, Thespian Vice-President,
espian Sec.fHistorian 1 year, Outstan-
ng Drama Student 1 year, State Qualifier
Duet 1 year, Cum Laude. Plans to attend
llege and get married during the
oore, Karen - Basketball 1 year, Cougar
arrier 3 years, Nimitz Pride Editor 1 year,
o-Sports Editor 1 year, National Honor
ciety 2 years, Executive Officer Board 1
ear, Starboard Angels 3 years, Student
ouncil 4 years, Student Council Historian
year, Volleyball Team 1 year, Wilderness
lub 4 years, Coronation Candidate 4
ears, Homecoming Candidate 1 year, FCA
year, Class Officer 3 years, Straight A's 2
ears, Science Award 1 year, Candidate
r Ex-Student Excellence Award Scholar-
hip, Magna Cum Laude. Plans to attend
e University of Texas and aquire a
egree in Accounting and Psycholoyg.
orales, Sharon - Art Club 2 years, Spirit
lub 2 years, Cougar Carrier Photographer
year. Plans to attend The University of St.
homas with a major in Pre-Med.
orales, Sue - Band 4 years, Cougar Car-
ier 2 years, Flag Corps 2 years. Plans to at-
end college at Southwestern State.
oretz, Ron - General Drafting 1 year,
' olf 3 years, Swim Team 4 years. Plans to
ttend Texas Tech University or North
exas State with a major in Law.
orris, Mike - Football 4 years, General
Drafting 1 year, FCA 3 years, Plans to at-
tend South West Texas on a scholarship.
Morton, john - General Drafting 1 year,
Tennis Team 4 years, Wilderness Club 1
year, Plans to attend College with a major
Nance, Scott - Building and Trade 2 years,
CVAE 2 years, Vocational Drafting 2 years,
Wilderness Club 2 years. Plans to attend
Nekhilam, Khalod - Art Club 1 year, FHA
1 year, Spirit Club 1 year. Plans to attend
Nickell, lohn - General Drafting 1 year,
Logge Staff 1 year, Yearbook
Photographer 1 year, Swim Team 4 years.
Plans to go into the USMC.
Nowak, Richard - Callio e 1 year, Foot-
ball 4 years, General Draffing 1 year, Na-
tional Honor Society 2 years, Wilderness
Club 1 year, Coronation Candidate 2
years, FCA 3 years, FCA President 1 year,
lones' Scholarship Nominee, Magna Cum
Laude. Plans to attend college.
Oldal, Anna - French Club 1 year, Cougar
Carrier 2 years, National Honor Society 1
year, Wilderness Club 4 years, History
Award 1 year, Straight A's 2 years, Perfect
Attendance 2 years, Cum Laude, Plans to
attend Stephen F. Austin with a major in
Overton, Stephanie - CSU 1 year, Drama
2 years, HECE-HERO 1 year, Starboard
Angels 2 years, Student Council 4 years,
One Act Play 1 year, Wilderness Club 2
years, Plans to attend a business college.
Palma, Sherry - HECE-HERO 2 years.
Pavloski, lames - DECA 2 years, Cum
Laude, Plans to attend the University of
Houston with a major in pre-med.
Pavelka, Keith - General Drafting 1 year,
ICT 2 years, Architectual Drafting 1 year,
Mechanical Drafting 1 year. Plans on going
to a technical school.
Peart, Karen - Choir 1 year, CSU 3 years,
Close-Up 1 year, FFA 3 years, junior
Achievement 3 years, Spanish Club 2
years, Swim Team 3 years, Track Team 1
year, Wilderness Club 1 year, FCA 3 years,
lETS 1 year, lA President 1 year, FFA
Sweetheart 1 year, First Place Winner with
French Lope Rabbit at the Houston
Livestock Show and Rodeo. Plans to go in-
to the Marine Corps and be a drafting
Perales, Belinda - jones' Scholarship Win-
ner, Latin Club 1 year, National Honor
Society 2 years, Starboard Angels 3 years,
Spirit Club 3 years, Coronation Candidate
4 years, Homecoming Princess 1 year.
Class Officers 4 years, Principals Award 1
year, Straight A's 2 years, Magna Cum
Laude. Plans to attend Texas A8tM.
Perez, Dora - Cosmetology 2 years, VICA
2 years. Plans to go into the field of
Petereit, Klaus - Football 4 years, Latin
Club 1 year. Plans to attend college.
Phillips, Jacqueline - French Club 2 years,
Volleyball Team 4 years, Spirit Club 4
years. Plans to attend college,
Plilar, Shana - Band 2 years, General Draf-
ting 1 year, Spanish Club 2 years, Corona-
tion Candidate 1 year, Football Trainer 3
years, Baseball Trainer 3 years, Head
Trainer 2 years, Plans to attend college to
major in medicine and continue being a
Pomilla, Cheryl - DECA 2 years, lunior
Achievement 1 year, Booster Club 1 year.
Porter, Shelley - Cosmetology 1 year,
Starboard Angels 2 years, VICA 1 year.
Plans to attend a fashion college.
Rafferty, Tammy - FFA 2 years, Spanish
Club 2 years, HECE-HERO Historian 1 year,
HECE-HERO President 1 year. Plans to at-
tend college at Lamar University.
Ramirez, lanette - Cheerleading 1 year,
CSU 2 years, Spirit Club 1 year, lunior
Achievement 3 years, Student Council 3
years, Spanish Club 2 years, Volleyball 3
years, Coronation Candidate 2 years, FCA
2 years, MathfScience 2 years, Softball 2
years, Soccer 2 years. Plans to attend U of
H ad major in Biochemistry.
Reed, Laurie - Data Processing 1 year,
French Club 2 years, FHA 1 year, Spirit
Club 2 years. Plans to attend NHCC and
Reynolds, Molly - Data Processing 2
years, Vocational Office Education 2 years.
Rilez, Byron - Basketball Team 4 years,
Football 1 year, VICA 2 years, Vocational
Drafting 2 years, Industrial Arts Club 4
years. Plans to attend college.
Robinson, lohn - Auto Mechanics 1 year,
Basketball 2 years, CSU 2 years, CVAE 2
years, Football 3 years, FHA 2 years,
General Drafting 1 year, junior Achieve-
ment 3 years, Track Team 1 year,
Wilderness Club 3 years, FCA 2 years.
Plans to attend NHCC.
Rodriguez, lane - Drama 1 year, Spanish
Club 1 year, Volleyball Team 1 year. Plans
to attend college and study Law.
Rodriguez, Monica - Starboard Angels 1
year. Plans to attend a business school,
Rogers, Irene - Cougar Carrier 2 years,
Spirit Club 1 year.
Rogers, Bubba - Choir 4 years, CSU 2
years, Football 4 years, FCA 3 years. Plans
to be a paramedic for the City of Houston.
Romig, Bill - Band 4 years, General Draf-
ting 1 year, Architectual Drafting 1 year,
Logge Staff 1 year, Yearbook
Photographer 1 year, Public Relations
Photographer 1 year, Plans to train Arabian
Rosser, Wayne - CSU 2 years, Debate 3
years, Football 4 years, junior Achievement
1 year, Track Team 1 year, FCA 4 years,
Spirit Club 2 Club. Plans to attend Sam
Ryan, Timothy - Basketball Team 4 years.
Plans to attend the Paul Quinn College in
Sacky, Becky - Basketball 2 years, HECE-
HERO 1 year, Wilderness Club 2 years,
Coronation Candidate 1 year, Spirit Club 1
year. Plans to attend the art Institute in
Salloum, Aline - Latin Club 4 years, Star-
board Angels 1 year, Track Team 1 year,
Coronation Candidate 1 year, Spirit Club 4
years, Miss Texas State Finalist. Plans to
travel upon graduation.
Sanchez, Darren - Building and Trade 2
years, Debate 1 year, Logge Staff 3 years,
Yearbook Photographer 3 years, Year-
book Head Photographer 2 years. Plans to
attend Sam Houston and major in
Sandell, Amy - Band 4 years, CSU 1 year,
Logge Staff 1 year, Swim Team 1 year.
Plans to attend NHCC.
Scherer, Mark - Agricultural Co-Op 2
years, FFA Club 4 years, Ag Co-Op
Reporter 1 year, Ag Co-Op Vice-President
1 year. Plans to attend NHCC.
Schwartz, Karen - Calliope 2 years, Na-
tional Honor Society 2 years, Swim Team 4
years, jones' Scholarship Nominee,
Wilderness Club 1 year, Coronation Can-
didate 2 years, IETS 1 year, Class Officer 3
years, Honor Society Treasurer 1 year,
Captain of Girls Swim Team 2 years,
Cougar Guard 3 years, Most Valuable
Female Swimmer 1 year, Regional Qualifier
4 years, Girls District Butterfly Champion 1
year, Straight A's 1 year, Spirit Club 4
years, Magna Cum Laude. Plans to attend
Scott, Angela - Symphonic Band 2 years,
Marching Band 4 years, Drama 4 years,
Thespians 3 years, UlL One Act Play 2
years, Drama Awards - Best Technician,
Best Actress, All Star Cast. Plans to attend
college and be a Legal Secretary. Engaged
to be married August 3, 1985.
Shields, Darryl - Art Club 2 years, Football
2 years, Track Team 3 years. Plans to be an
Shipman, Bryan - CSU 2 years, National
Honor Society 1 year, Swim Team 3 years,
Wilderness Club 3 years, FCA 1 year,
Water Polo 1 year, Most Improved, Most
Dedicated, District Champion, Regional
Qualifier, District Champ in 100 Breast
Stroke and 100 Freestyle, Most Valuable
Swimmer. Plans to attend Texas Tech
Silva, joseph - Plans to become a pilot.
Simmons, Lavick - Choir 1 year, Spirit
Club 1 year. Plans to join the army.
Sims, Katherine - FHA 1 year, General
Drafting 1 year, Volleyball Team 3 years,
Vocational Drafting 2 years, Spirit Club 2
years. Plans to attend U. of H.
Smith, Craig - Football 1 year, Soccer 2
Smith, jennifer - Band 4 years, Rifles 2
years, Rifle Captain 1 year.
Smith, Rodney - Band 4 years, Baseball 3
years. Plans to attend Sam Houston State.
Smither, Autricia - FHA 1 year, FTA 1
year, HECE-HERO 2 years, Class Officer 2
years, Vice-President of Service Projects.
Plans to attend college.
Snow, Elizabeth - Agricultural Co-Op 2
years, FFA 4 years, Greenhand Advisor 1
year, Contestant in the Houston Livestock
Show and Rodeo. Plans to attend College.
Stevens, Stephanie - Cosmetology 2
years, Starboard Angels 3 years, VICA 2
Strommer, Elisabeth - Calliope 2 years,
junior Achievement 1 year, German Club 2
years, Latin Club 2 years, National Honor
Society 2 years, Tennis Team 1 year, Ger-
man Vice-President, Literary Editor of
Calliope, Spirit Club 2 years, SAD 1 year,
Magna Cum Laude. Plans to attend
Strong, lay - Football 4 years.
Strong, Terresa Lynn - French Club 1
year, Starboard Angels 1 year, Track Team
1 year, Volleyball.
Swanson, Robert - Art Club 1 year,
Debate 1 year, Football 1 year, Golf Team
1 year, Logge Staff 3 years, Photographer 3
years, Track Team 1 year, History Bowl 1
year. Plans to attend SHSU and major in
Photography and journalism.
Taylor, Kim - Choir 4 years, Choir
Secretary 1 year, junior Achievement 3
years, lA Vice-President 2 years, IA Presi-
dent 1 year, Student Council 4 years, Ten-
nis Team 1 year, Tennis Team Manager 3
years, Homecoming Candidate 1 year,
Spirit Club 3 years, Cum Laude. Plans to
marry Robert Plant.
Taylor, Kristie - Basketball 3 years, FHA 1
year, Golf 1 year, Logge Staff 1 year,
Volleyball Team 4 years, FCA 1 year, Cum
Laude. Plans to attend A8rM and major in
Taylor, Sharon - Cosmetology 2 years, ln-
dustrial Arts Club 1 year, VICA 2 years.
Tomczak, Connie - National Honor
Society 2 years, VOE 2 years, UIL Shor-
thand Competition, Most Outstanding
VOE Student 1 year, Cum Laude. Plans to
attend college and major in accounting.
Trobaugh, Susan - Cheerleading 3 years,
Drama 1 year, Starboard Angels 1 year,
Student Council 4 years, VOE 1 year, Cor-
onation Candidate 4 years, Homecoming
Candidate 2 years, Spirit Club 2 years, Stu-
dent Council Vice-President 1 year, OEA
Treasurer 1 year. Plans to attend college
with a major in business.
Vanbraunsberg, Arleen - Cheerleading 2
years, Cosmetology 1 year. Plans to attend
Vaughn, limmy - Close-Up 1 year, Na-
tional Honor Society 1 year, Spanish Club 2
years, IETS 3 years, Math!Science 4 years,
Magna Cum Laude.
Vaughn, Theresa - Cosmetology 2 years,
General Drafting 1 year, VICA 2 years.
Plans to be married in September.
Vesely, Marjorie - Band 1 year,
Cosmetology 1 year, DECA 2 years, Drama
1 year. Plans to have a family.
Vickery, Benny - Baseball 2 years, VICA 2
years, Vocational Drafting 2 years.
Walden, Robert - Logge Staff 1 year,
Photographer 1 year, Spanish Club 3 years,
Track Team 1 year, Spanish Club Sgt. at
Arms 1 year, Spanish C ub Historian 1 year,
Public Relations 2 years, Public Relations
Editor-in-Chief, Soccer 2 years. Plans to at-
tend Sam Houston State with a major in
Walker, Kenneth - Band 4years, Drama 1
year, Cougar Carrier 2 years, Perfect At-
tendance 4 years, Cum Laude. Plans to at-
tend The University of Texas with a major
Ward, lohn - Band 3 years, Diving Te
Warren, Wanda - Cosmetology 2 ye
Drama 2 years, VICA 2 years, VICA Vi
President 1 year, Vocational Agricultur
Washington, Lennie - Basketball 4 yea
General Drafting 1 year, HECE-HERO
Watts, Chris - Football 2 years.
West, Bridgette - Basketball Manager
year, FHA 1 year, Volleyball Manager
years. Plans to go to a trade school
study business administration.
White, Rodney - Building and Trade
years, FHA 1 year, FCA 4 years.
Whiteford, lohn - Latin Club 1 year.
Whitehorn, Michelle - Art Club 1 yea
Cheerleading 2 years, CSU 3 years, FHA
year, General Drafting 2 years, Coug
Carrier 1 year, Starboard Angels 2 year
Student Council 4 years, Spirit Club 1 yea
Industrial Arts 1 year, Wilderness Club
year, Coronation Candidate 4 year
Homecoming Candidate 3 years
Homecoming Queen, Gold Medal Winn
in Drill Team, Who's Who Amon
American High School Students. Plans t
attend Southwest Texas State Universit
and study Fashion Consulting and Business
Wilson, DeLisa - VOE 2 years, Industri
Arts Club 2 years. Plans to attend college.
Wilson, Denise - Cheerleading 3 year'
Co-Head Cheerleader 1 year, Nation
Honor Society 2 years, National Hon
Society Secretary, Student Council 3 years
Student Council Secretary, Tennis Team A
years, Coronation Candidate 2 years, Pri
cipals Award 1 year, Perfect Attendance
year, Powder Puff Player, Industrial Art
Club 2 years, Cum Laude, Plans to atten
Stephen F. Austin with a major in Busines
Wilson, Tammie - VOE 2 years, VO
Vice-President 1 year. Plans to get marrie
during the summer and to attend NHCC.
Wright, Susan - Band 4 years, Calliope
year, French Club 1 year, National Hono
Society 2 years, Diving Team 2 years
Wilderness Club 3 years, Straight A's
year, Drum Major 1 year, Solo and Ensem
ble 1st Division 4 years, District Band
years, Region Band 2 years, Whos Who i
Music 1 year, The United States Nationa
Band Award 1 year, 3rd Place District Div
ing, jazz Band 1 year, 1st place Nimitz
History Fair, Ready Writing Team 2 years,
Magna Cum Laude, Academic All
American. Plans to attend the University of
Houston with a maior in Music.
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