Nimitz High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Irving, TX)

 - Class of 1972

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The years spent loving, sweating, and fighting hard to make this school great have paid off. People have respect for Nimitz because of the tradition the Senior class set. down for under- classmen to follow. The foundations for spirit, togetherness, and love for school, town, and one another are the main points bestowed on this school. The VALHALLA staff salutes and praises these Seniors, for a iob well done, with the theme, "You in '72." You in '72 An abundance of time and devo- tion has been spent to make this a great high school. This is Nimitz's first year to be an official high school. The people that are gradu- ating this year have long awaited the year of 1972 and the great things that are a part of it. Frosh Need Helping Hand The freshmen are an integral part of a high school. They are the ones that have to deal with the classmen above them. The first day of school many freshmen, especially those who missed orientation, have trouble in trying to find where to go. The new students going into high school'are like fish out of water. They do not comprehend what to expect or how to act until someone teaches them. The class excelled in spirit this year. Enthusiasm was illus- trated by their performance during the pep rallies. They received the spirit award many times this year. Sophomores Gain More Experience Sophomores have at least one year of experience and are more fa- miliar with Senior high procedures. Though the maiority of the Sopho- mores succeed in finding their way around in school some still have problems locating places. Sophs have plenty to look ahead to in their second year. This is the first year that anyone can be active in most of the extracurricular activities, such as varsity athletics and drill teams. The Sophomores are caught in the mid- dle of the school and don't know where to turn, for they are too young for some things yet old enough for others. They should be recognized for their fine perform- ances and spirit they displayed throughout the year. One Year to Go for Juniors Juniors are probably the most ex- cited of the classes because senior rings are ordered. They know, after this year is over, the Junior class will reign. The thrills of tomorrow await them. They must have pride, a will to succeed, and strength. They are the ones that must carry on the tra- dition and leadership set by the sen- ior class before them. Ihe third year of high school, prepares them to be- come leaders of tomorrow. Seniors Excited About Last Year Seniors are the main structure of a high school. Leadership and pride displayed by Seniors influences the minds of the underclassmen. To pre- pare for the future, seniors had to fit work, studies, and serious consider- ation into their already filling sched- ule. Seniors consideration must not only encompass the student body but the community as well. Even though the Senior year is full of proms, plays, and parties, it is still a time to be considering what plans to set for the future. A year such as this should be used in preparing for college and iobs. What a Senior does this year, could be the basis of what is accomplished in a lifetime. But Some Are Very Solemn i i United We Stand Divided We Fall Though a school is divided in its respective grade levels, to finish a school, they must ioin together in a unified manner. People all sizes, shapes and tints have united making our school one of the greatest. The students are proud of their spirit and enthusiasm at school events. gf f,,,, If ikljghAI,':.ffxnl G A 7 L ,255 -"4 . :f .fgfQe - .431 I 7 .M 'Z' Ai' WZ.. ..,TkN. fi Q19 - W9 I 0 , fit' fi Q if to t we + or rsf.wti,t,.ti. s k ,-f Q-Trl, A 2,0 'ft f t tggtgq- my in 4, 'V I 1' f it ?t9ti?WPtiCss 9 9 1 r Wig X if 'fit , Contribution Is Important they are Vikings. Big Vik symbolizes that everyone is a somebody and can contribute to the school. Whether performing m a club or supporting their team, all can contribute something Behavior of the many students here at Nimitz denotes Nimitz as "Number One The Nimitz High students are proud 1' 1 1 1 '1 1 ,L1 . V1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1. 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 51 1 1 J 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l I ' 1 1 I1 . 1 1 A 4 1 L 1 1 1 ff' 1 1- 1 1 , 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i1 1 .1 1 1 '1 . 14 1 1 1 1 - 11 Ho ours Donna Faulkner Nancy Seidner Miss NHS Do We it 3 FRESHMAN FAVORITES CATHY WILLIAMS cmd TRACY STONE I Q Q Q SOPHOMORE FAVORITES vw xv ,K ' ' if Q ' e 'rig W ,i 'S s E.: I '-4 I, 1: 35 11 Q is 3 3 I E vw 1.-.. ,1 W . 4- V I . 1 I f3Yf3wf "- 4.4 Iwvi? ' . J, fl' I :! ..Eg, X I , I ' : 5 i R . ' 1' 'V ix JY ' 4, RENI MCDOLE cmd JIM WHITE 1: I 9 Q, JUNICDR FAVORITES PATTI WILLIAMS and TIM FREESTONE Viking Beclufies Photography by Monty Swift Chosen ot Skionnhet on A A , . ,,,,, . ,,,. ,. ,, , 2 - if, f ' W ' ll Q.-, "7" New 'xiii-A fe L , 2 I mf, -I , wtizi-Wv9f33ii.,b:2m I H" "f -'WWW' ' ' Photography by Monty Swift ,P ,'.,gp:-wlfn6"4"'M' 23 'M,,,3,,5f may gag 5 MywLf3,,2a932gQg1:iZXe,Q?fQ,G 1 34 ji eww' s Photography by Doug Woodall W Q, fi G'- Photography by Doug Woodoll 25 Photography by Monty Swift , 1 Q I 1 Skionnhet Beauty,Runners-up These 26 girls who were nominated by various organizations were runners-up in the first Viking Skionnhet: Theda Wright - ICT, Jeanie Shanahan - Rune Stone, Rhonda Smith - FHA, Sheila Creech - Spanish Club, Vicki Smartt - Jr. Class, Kathy Valimont - Jr. Class, Sandy Huckaby - Band, Shirley O'Quinn - Latin Club, Ileeta Baker - Vikas, Judy Revis - German Club, Cynthia Rodriquez - Sr. Class, Beverly Copeland - Chess Club, Jodia Murphy - Fresh. Class, Evelyn Holt - Varangians, Jan Harwell - Sr. Class, Clellene Sargent - Ind. Arts Club, Denise Wagoner - Soph. Class, Patti Williams - Jr. Class, Gale Carroll - FBLA, Sheila Weise - DE, Judy Bowen T Speech Club, Frankie Thompson - Drama Club, Cathy Williams - Fresh. Class, Paula Morgan - Health Careers Club, and not shown, Karen Mize - Chorale. Who's Who in '72 For 1972, members of the NHS faculty were asked to select the out- standing student in each of the de- partments. The twenty-three chosen reflect the highest academic stan- dards in each of the respective de- partments. Selection for this honor was also based on character, atti- tude, citizenship, cooperation, and determination. Social Studies Jovita Huerta Foreign Language - Cindy Pardo Business - Janie Sandoval H0995 f""i English - Donna Burgess . ky. .Q -Q., or ffl V M Q Child Care - Carolyn Spurgeon Home Economics . 31 Janice Holman Physics - Monty Swift Chemistry - David Crouch Biology - Liz Corich Drafting Vicky Stephens Q Math - David Patrick Machine Woodworking Paul Patterson Drama - David Davis WWRW Speech - Judy Bowen Art - Jim Anile i 1 y , fr ' w. mu. ' " -u- H51 .W , 1 ?.. EQ 1134. , ov V' X " U 5 A 2-sv ww, 741 fo ax , ' 1 Distributive Education Sheila Weise Industrial Cooperative Training Gaylon Cox NJROTC - Ricky Kelly My-1,-. f'- f dl""' Lf? :Lh fgifffs ACT 'vi'r ies Marcia Conder Dennise Bishop Student Council Sponsors School Activities A new level was added to the Student Council government this year. lt is known as the Executive Council and consists of four repre- sentatives from each class. Along with the seven officers and the homeroom representatives, it again proved to be a successful organiza- tion. Mrs. Ruby Chance is the spon- sor. This year the Student Council has sponsored several activities. Among these were the festivities of Fall Val- halla and the Beauty Pageant. .M 1 wav W- if XZ 4' V nt tt? gs .,, . -39 .2 , :gg Lx fi ii 8 U 4, K 'wr' 4' V Gary Allen Marlene Aiken Pam Baker Ana Barbosa Donna Bates Dennise Bishop Judy Bowen James Boyd Leta Brewer Jaime Briseno Donna Burgess Jimmy Burton - Pres. David Carroll Stephanie Carter Linda Coffey Tim Colchin Bobby Cooper Sheana Cosper Roy Dail - Chap. Toni Dickson Cathy Engel Don Estes Mark Farish Sheila Fischer Charles Fitzgerald Joe Fritz Sandy Geren - V.P. Scott Halket Charles Hash Edward Hill Debbie Hodges Lee Hynes Frank Jenkins Lynn Johnson Theresa Jones Randy King Randy Kinnamon Don Lawrence Marion Ledbetter Ann Leibensberger Grant LeRoy Bruce Linden Julie Love Sheri McCaslin Molly McVoy Terry Mayhall Jean Maulder Melody Moore Teresa Morse Sharon Moss Jeri Nichols Karen O'Connell Cindy Pardo Jock Parker Pot Parma Cindy Puckett Pat Randle Lisa Renshaw Steve Ricker Susan Russell Junior Sanchez Janie Sandoval Retta Scyrkels - Parl. Jeanie Shanahan Vicki Smortt - Treas. Sharon Stein Wayne Teague Jan Thomas - Rep. Ellen Vishnesky Susan Wadsworth Mary Ward Jerry Whitaker Dona White Mike White Ginger Williams Earl Yarbrough V I sf? BL l l -vi ,AA 1 1 "HY, W ,Q 1' ...v- CQ y g lr 1, ,Q .:- v--"-v Vwg ,fffa 1 , 'fiegr ,Q ABOVE: Visiting Student Council Officers attend Viking pep rally. 'J' EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Edie Hale Tim Haley Reha Scyrkels Randy Stipes Donna Faulkner Ruben DeLaTorre Beniia Kirby Dennis McBride Pahi Williams Cindy Christiansen Leia Brewer Donna Graham Ronnie Powers Gerri Randle Scoh Rogers Randy Reno Ana Moon Calhy Brown Cecil Shoemaker Cathy Engel iiThe il FIRST PLATOON: Arthur, Tony ll 11 Baxter, Homer U01 Blankenship, Ricky ll Canfield, John U11 Glover, Robert U01 Goolsby, Roy ll l1 Gressett, Curtis U11 Grider, William U01 Head, James U01 Janes, Gregory H01 Jenkins, Mike U01 Krob, Clifford U11 Layfield, Perry ll l1 Lloyd, Randall U01 Maloney, Kevin U21 Pardo, William U01 Reese, Richard U01 Russell, Ricky U11 Smith, Bradely I91 Stevens, Randy U11 Vawter, Terry U11 SECOND PLATOON, Atteberry, Ed U01 Berry, Larry U11 ll Boren, Howard l91 Boren, John Q91 Carroll, David ll 11 Davis, Mark U01 Dorsey, William U21 Hagar, Barclay U21 Head, Tom U21 Houston, David U11 lsaac, David U11 Knittle, Martin K91 Lee, Charles U01 Meade, Samuel U01 Meadows, Mike ll 21 Palmer, Kenneth U01 Pence, William ll I1 Southwell, David U01 Truitt, Henry U21 Wade, Ronnie H01 Wise, Kenneth H11 Wynn, Ricky U11 THlRD PLATOON: Alarid, David H01 Anderson, Mike U11 Dalli, Richard U01 Davis, Walter U01 Durham, Kenneth U01 Hallmark, Randy U01 Horn, Orval U01 Johns, Charles l91 Kelly, Ricky U21 Kinsel, Jerry U01 Layton, Richard H21 McCowen, Robert U11 Metzger, William U21 Moore, Dan U21 Moreland, Garry U01 O'Neal, David U11 Simmons, Randy U91 Tindall, James U21 Ware, Joseph U21 Watts, Richard ll l1 FOURTH PLATOON: Anderson, Robert ll 21 Baker, Phillip U01 Brown, Henry U21 Brown, John U21 Cates, Gorman l91 Gresham, Kenneth U01 Halsey, Chris U01 lsham, Dennis ll 11 Johnson, Ricky U11 Lawson, Clarence U21 Miller, Darrell U01 Ozyny, John H11 Rollins, Alton H21 Selmam, Rodney U01 Stinnett, Larry U21 Weatherly, Danny U11 tssg y Like Life Itself - Is a Stern Taskmaster" The school year of 1971-72 marked the beginning of the 3-year NJROTC program which gave nin- ety-one boys the chance to partici- pate in precision marching, drill ex- ercises, and rifle drills. Many field trips, including a springtime boot training session and a two week cruise on a ship in the summer, were attended. Having been in the NJROTC pro- gram enables a boy to enter the Naval Academy or college more easily. The subiects they study will also help them in life, even if they are not considering a Naval career. .Q-if .tsrs W ,,'V 5 -J, - QW LEFT: Facing morning inspection, are Randy Simmons, Joe Ware, and Gary Moreland. Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of Amer! ica is an organization in which homemaking students can grow through activities involving school, community, home, and family life. The total homemaking program helps to develope student involve- ment and leadership qualities. FHA had many worthwhile proi- ects this year. They make finger puppets for the Irving Community Hospital. The members also baked cookies for the USO at Love Field and they made Christmas presents for many of the servicemen over- seas. A highlight of the year was the Mother and Daughter Banquet in the spring. TOP ROW: Pam Warren Debra Spurgeon Alma Boren Rita Huerta Vickie Delane Debbie Coker Jodie Armstrong Kathy Range Bridget Berger Lyn Fischer Tina Williams Donna Berrier Ann Puckett Cherry Pierce Anna Rubio Leigh Sauer Brenda Duvall Carolyn Monroe Belinda McGill Carol Cunningham Karen Meadows Debbie Davidson MIDDLE ROW: Valarie Stanton Debbie Devers Melba Askew Lyn Turnbo Diana Hargis Sue Willis Rhonda Smith Janene Mitchell Kathy Harless Patricia Spark Laura Huffmaster Karen Kelly Martha Vela Dorothy Perkins Carmen Siller Carla Hobdy Susan Bryan Janet Martin Sidney Lennox Theresa Vrla Marla Marney Mary Munson l l l 1 it i sorrom ROW: Cindy Delmar Denise Beasly Cathy Engel Cathy Williams Anita Edwards Dee Ann Moore Priscilla Munson Martha Paty Connie Brothers June Patterson D' Hataway Becky Holliday Vicki Dorety Sharon Caldwell Connie Cason Marilyn Lofton Sharra Aday W Susan Russell ' Pam Engel Ano Barbosa l Barbara Andrews Donna Mathias l I l FTA Strives Toward ,e- -,..Jc,1 ff- W---fn 'fff.wm,w..... ,,,, ,,..,c... '- ..,, .- .QF K K in ,.... If New virykr-V.-.L L-, h A .D sl.. H ' F- 'MQW ,im xik , . htm I It ,. 4 M 5 f 1' aw A LAZL if i n , 1 If ' ' Qi' '56, ' H et ' - 7' fe-4 A 3 X .I :gr c i T .. . , ,Z l 1 ,f 5 Q 1 A A ll 'f T Xi A , ' If ! .27 f ,AK , ' , Il- ,,, .V l l? l A so A sro is ' 1 . A I f a r 1 5- Nimitz s Future Teachers of Amer- g I 5 . Q5 r,, , 1.4 , i n ica Chapter, named in honor of Mrs. ' ,A L ,l,,, ,w,s,,,.A.,.:., V-'. g 'ri rvwr - Margaret Aubrey has been in- ' ler 1? . Q ' ' ' , stalled by the chapter at MacArthur g, lain., tx- Q ' --is ' 3 ' Their multiple activities throughout the year have carried out their theme, "Unity Through Under- standing." l 1 "Unity Through Understanding is 4 L 1,49 1 fi i if ,Q vi 3 J' M l r ' I mf- 3 1 FRONT ROW: BACK ROW: Cathy Story Nancy Seidner - Sec. Jerri Butcher - His. Lucy Barron Janet Slaton Marilyn Lofton Suzanne Hamill Denise Beasley Carolyn Monroe Beverly Robinson Evelyn Holt Jimmie Stephens Debra Redding Toni Dickson - Pres. Pat Smith - V.P. Patti Williams Betsy Benton Neva Hearon Terre Toland Janine Stull Sylvia Lloyd Priscilla Munson Freddie Ryals Mike King Charlyn McGill Katie Lewis Patricia Cooper Clellene Sargent Gene Burton Der Deutsche Freundschcift Verein This first year of existence for the German Club was filled with activi- ties. They had a Halloween party along with the French and Spanish clubs. The club also had a successful bake sale and with the proceeds they had dinner in Dallas at the "Jagerstub." Membership in the German Club is open to all German students. Learning more about the customs of Germany and obtaining a greater knowledge of the language are the foremost goals of the club. The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Beverly Cox. Q "fait Lp, L5 A55 t,yt g ses 2 x r' 4, .vuN,, gy. 41 Ut' ANA s tiwtigm Q I J . FFET ni:STHURFl 'T Af Monty Watson Cindy Clark Toni Dickson - Pres. Linda Coffey - Treas. Jim Culbreafh Jan Thomas - 'Isl V. Pres. Cindy Lindesmith Gary Scheph Mary Wirick Beri Derr - 2nd V. Pres. Randy Greer Denise Beasley Connie Cantrell - Sec. Dawn Turner Debbie Shroeder Doroihy Kuhn Sheryl Daman Paul Sisk Janie Sandoval Mark Muirhead - Rep. Mark Madison Beverly McCullen Beverly Cox - Spon. is I 'di bfi Q1 X glass' Vw aj., x. f, f X in . . f , , 'Q T 'Wi is ff W ff zkyvf .-fp'wf1fm+ -F -A i A MAG Mu Alpha Theta - f x N 4 9 al -L 1 'T 1 S ., , k Q a Ybvqawi 9' x s I .L X f, ,T V , E" 'T :Q - Lv The main purpose of the Mui Alpha Theta club is to promote more student interest in the many differ-, ent phases of mathematics. Recog- nizing superior math students and performing service proiects are other purposes of the club. ' f ln order to achieve membership in' Mu Alpha Theta, at student has to be. participating in his third year of col- lege preparatory math. The student has to maintain an overall academic, average of a B including a B aver- age in math. To become a member a student also has to have received recommendation from his teachers. The sponsors of the club are Mrs. Molly Brown, Mrs. Cesa Wortham, and Mrs. Connie Crosby. Another First at Nimitz .ij-, . . ' 'fa 1 ' , swf A - - ,.. -- 53 'qi' RQ? wi' WZ.. if , 2 wr... , if ,- D. -1..,, Brenda Barger U11 Kathy Bitts U11 Kathy Bruns U01 Carol Buckner i121 Karen Buffington l121 Gene Burton il 21 Sharon Caldwell i111 Wayne Carter it 11 Cindy Christiansen il 11 Linda Coffey ll 11 Mark Crowe i121 Roy Dial U21 Ken Faling i111 Donna Faulkner U21 Debbie Glover ll 11 Randy Gyer U11 Chris Hallmark U11 Joy Hickey i111 Robert Holiday U21 Rudy Huerta l111 4- S A ,'.twffl.'s1-1 h . . wks .Qld Yi' Kathy Jodon U21 Suzy Johnson U11 Shelia Jones U11 Leta Keel i111 Ricky Kelly ll 21 Paula Key 1111 Steve Lawson i111 Ason Louviere i111 Dennis McBride U11 Melody McClure i111 Jimmy McKnight U 11 John McVay i121 Priscilla Munson I1 11 Jo Ann Neff 1111 David Nix U11 Jean Pace l111 David Patrick U21 Riche Patrick U21 Susan Pennal U11 Lisa Renshaw 1111 ' Liz, 'S' ,WM 'cfs fb, '- J' 'Rx 1 ,K W A 0 I ,Vik JJ' , K ..-. L ewes .. .. , , -,. ' ' Q Weeks- gf . --,mpg tv or "' ., . 9-A ,,. ,J-, ' '.fff'1t'1-s,f'S-'V'-v' 1' rr Libby Robertson i111 David Robinson U21 Alton Rollins i121 Linda Sawyer ll 11 Retta Scyrkels i121 Nancy Seidner H21 Francine Senter ll 11 Kim Smith i111 Pat Smith U21 Randy Stipes 1121 Janine Stull i111 Monty Swift ll 11 Becky Taylor U21 Wayne Teague ll 21 Ken Vaughn i111 Larry Venable ll 21 Donnie Watson U21 Chrysa Wikstrom i111 Patti Williams U11 Julia Wilson H11 KY?- ey, v if Q. .fs-N1 J' NP sk. I f,,.,,,q. ,, R V 4. 4 :Luigi --qv , ,M .eva g t f' N ,Q 'K .L is The l97l-72 Valhalla Staff Creates ln order to provide the students of NHS with a full year's record of golden memories, the Valhalla Staff combined their efforts so that they could present the fourth volume of the '72 VALHALLA. The staff came up with new ideas, hoping to make this year's VALHAL- LA the best one yet. They wanted this VALHALLA to be special be- cause this was the first year for NHS to have seniors. For the past 4 years, Dick Watson has been staff advisor and he had a maior part in making this yearbook a success. E, if ' ' Af' at ... .. 2 4 if , E , --Q.,-, iq. -il-tL""'i-, Golden Memories for Students KNEELING: Jan Thomas Linda Blackwell Nancy Barton Nancy Seidner Debbie Miller Pat Smith Marcia Conder Donna Faulkner Dennise Bishop Jan Rutledge STANDING: Jeanie Shanahan Donna Schmitz John Swicord Earl Yarbrough Monty Swift Doug Woodall Randy Stipes Rusty McClelland Kathy Valimont ML ww OPPOSITE 72 Editor Randy Stipes, Dennise Bishop, Rusty McClelland and Donna Faulkner having fun in 3rd pd. LEFT Linda Blackwell sits on sidelines to take pictures. ABOVE Pat Smith A sistant Editor. 1971-72 Nimitz 'Vikcis Nina Allen Debbie Andrews lleeta Baker Pam Baker Ana Barbosa Brenda Burger Jo Ann Buufield Kathy Bitts - Mgr. Linda Boatwright Donna Burgess Patty Burton Stephanie Carter Cindy Christiansen Jolyn Culver Terri Cummings Deann Dorland Vicky Faulkner Sheila Fischer Carol Forbus Patty Gee Donna Graham Jan Harwell Debbie Hodges Becky Holliday Jovita Huerta Kathy Jodon Lyn Johnson Terrie Kee Paula Key Cheryl Linsley Maria Martinez Letha McClelland Paula Morgan Paula Murray Jo Anne Neff Tina Nichols Pat Parma Lisa Phariss Carol Price Cindy Puckett Becky Reeves Lisa Renshaw Becky Riggs Libby Robertson Clellene Sargent Georgia Saucedo Retta Scyrkels Pat Shanahan Angie Shorb Vicky Stephens Terri Strickland Becky Taylor Missy Taylor Debbie Tillery Kathy Valimont Debbie Watson- Mgr. Janet Watson Chris Wilson Linda Wrinkle The '72 Vikas, which consisted of 49 girls, 9 of which are officers, contributed in arousing the spirit of students during pep rallies and games. They worked very hard after school practicing routines in order to perform to their best abilities. The Senior Vikas performed their final routine at the last pep rally for the students. This was the second year for the Vikas, and they showed a great deal of improvement. Never did they lose their pride for themselves nor for their school. Their instructor was Sherry Brock. LEFT: Chris Wilson, a Senior, ends the mega- phone routine with a "V" for Victory. VIKA OFFICERS: Debbie Tillery, Lt., Maria Martinez, Lt., Jovita Huerta, Lt., Georgia Saucedo, Lt., Pat Parma Lt Lisa Renshaw Lt Retta Scyrkels Capt., and Donna Burgess, Capt. NDING: Leffel ron Moss na Faulkner EELING: ly McVay ita Kirby Denise McBride Nimiiz cmd Lamar Viking Cheer- leaders Show Good Relations Denise McBride and Donna Faulkner enact a skit at a pep rally. The cheerleaders were striving to unite the entire Nimitz student body with a mixture of spirit, loyalty and pride for their school. The hours of hard work the cheerleaders spent practicing cheers, decorating goal- posts, and planning pep rallies were well rewarded when the spirited six heard the enthusiastic display of Viking spirit from the student body at the games. The cheerleaders were aided greatly in their efforts by their sponsor, Mrs. Carla San- born. 57 Viking " " Band The Nimitz High School Band was a great source of pride this year for our school. Their spectacular per- formances at the football games and pep rallies were eniayed great- ly by the students and other Viking supporters. The Christmas, Mid-win- ter, and Spring concerts were also made successful by the superb tal- ent of the Viking Band. I Impressive first division ratings at both the Bell Marching Festival and at the University lnterscholastic League Contest were received by the NHS band. Plans to participate in the UIL Contest for sight-reading, the Castleberry Band Festival in Cor- pus Christi were also on the agenda for the band this year. ,,.. . , ,.,,m6,,., ,ke fre e :Y r W C ,M Q Nt I L... me l ' A I 2' 'Q 21? X 4 vi A K 5, g I K 'fi' I+ fi at .L I I ww" H2 1' 1 we ,,Q,-1-QL 7 . " 1, 1 AV A, ' ' . . . x 'T K 1. - ii tit C . S4 et c.cn, .pig k.,L ,K an 1 ,g:. 1 'L 1 g V . R , F S I Lk V F 1 ' I" 4' i.i I iiil X I Ft ' 1 I Y' 1 ,Q ,, I ., . . g '3 , Y, rl W 1 1 , LD ,-' v i? 5 , g r 'A if , I . gt" ' X 1- I K' I Z 11 I ff . - I 1 ' i ts ,G 2 .sg , . i ii F ixgygg 1 wg 1 as of f f, cm P' ,--- '--:v' - 'I I 31 is 2 222 Q , Ng rr 1 1 , use --v't- X I L ,i,,..Lef, i t , , . gf 1 7+ fn, ff be V1 . l f s-Jiri: r 1 "S, , , .c.. Atteberry, David U21 Atteberry, Ed IIO1 Bales, Edwin IIO1 Bembenek, Debbie II 21 Bonner, Carl III1 Bonner, Jerry U11 Bozmon, Don U01 Brasher, Melanye ll I1 Broughton, Nat II21 Buckner, Debbie U11 Bullock, Melinda II I1 Butler, I. B. U21 Cantrell, Connie ll I1 Charles, Ann lIl1 Cofield, Jamie H01 Corich, Liz II21 Cothran, Janet ll 'I1 Cross, Stan ll I1 Davis, Gary U21 Delmar, Ralph II I1 Dimmette, David il I1 Dimmette, Jim IIO1 Dimsdale, Todd I91 Dazier, Don U21 Duncan, Fred ll I1 Edwards, Mike IIO1 Few, Kanah I91 Flaherty, Brian Q91 Flaherty, Kevin II21 Forbus, Debra I91 Gabel, Larry Il I1 Garms, Lezlie I91 Gomez, John U01 Grigsby, Joyce II21 Grizzle, Scotty H21 Harrison, John I91 Head, Richard ll I1 Hernandez, Mike U01 Horn, Debbie H01 Houseworth, Bill U11 Huckuby, Sandy ll I1 Husband, Sherry U01 Hutchins, Gilbert IIO1 Isbell, Allan ll I1 Jenkins, Frank U01 Jennings, Tex I91 Johnson, Gary IIO1 Lambert, John U01 Lewis, Katie ll I1 Lindesmith, Cindy tl 21 Lindig, Ronald I91 Londt, Eddie IIO1 Manson, Bruce I91 McClure, Lesa I91 McLaughlin, Scot I91 Medwick, Steve Il 21 Monroe, Jack U21 Morris, Billy U01 Nelson, Sandra U21 Norman, Madelyn I91 O'Quinn, Shirley U01 Patton, Keith H21 I. A I sr ,.d.- , H, W 2 in xc. , .W ,..., .,....,1 - Peeples, Evelyn U11 Pence, Bill ll I1 Ponder, Vicky U21 Pritchett, Larry U21 Revis, Judy U21 Rollins, Holli U11 Rushing, Jeff U21 Schepf, Gary ll I1 Schroers, Mike ll 11 Senstock, Karen I91 Spurgeon, Deanna ll I1 Smith, Kim IIO1 Smith, Vicky IIO1 Steward, Don U21 Steward, Linda ll I1 Tarbutton, Janet U01 Walker, Sandra U11 Wardlow, Thomas I91 Weir, Ginger I91 West, Trudy U01 Wolford, Dale IIO1 Wylie, Jim II21 , bw Q 1 Q Y R e r r Q M Q Jn., R N ' l , r 1 8 J k"1.'2'i,'tK B A R, ll: ' k,,,: V git! ' X "-1,6 55, 1 , Al f lQ -if :' ' 1471 , t-, K i i A .E.,,. xii:-X t - wp: f , 'I 5 ,., V A1 ' -w as fi r, 4-1 M f wiw r fix f ' 'L '?9"" " , 3' I Y' f M R M f' f if -f-Ia 15, i'r"1- "1' "- M -. is Q H a WW' ,K --- il Q l OFFICERS: l.-R, Mike Hernandez, Jeff Rushing, Holli Rollins, Jim Wylie, Conni Cantrell, Kevin Flaherty. DRUM MAJOR: Don Dozier l Stage Band it .. A ,.' ,, Q . wwl The sounds of the Stage Band have been a great source of plea- sure at Nimitz this year. The football banquet and the basketball pep rallies were enlivened greatly by their unique brand of music. Besides participating in the Brownwood Spring Stage Band Festival and the Castleberry Stage Band Contest, they performed at the Christmas Concert and at the Beauty Contest. 60 John Lambert Robert Getts Dale Wolford l. B. Butler Mike Hernandez Scott McLaughlin Jack Monroe Carlos Luna Don Steward Stanley Cross Larry Pritchett Ralph Delmar Nat Broughton Jim Wylie Scotty Grizzle Robert Adams Kevin Flaherty Connie Cantrell Don Dozier Billy Morse Keith Patton Gary Davis Bob Brandenberger Director Adams, Mike 191 Allen, Wendy 191 Baetz, Wayne.1101 Berry, Karen 1101 Blackerby, Ralph 191 Bonilla, Nita 191 Brandenburg, Charlotte Brunkhorst, Paula 1101 Bryan, Susan 191 Carver, Denise 191 Cavin, Brenda 191 Clark, Cindy 1111 Clay, Cindy 1101 Coker, David 1101 Diaz, Myriam 191 Dorsey, Bill 1121 Dulworth, Ronald 191 Elliot, Mark 191 Embry, Daryl 1101 Evans, Laura 191 191 Graham, Mike 191 Hatridge, John 191 Herron, Neva 1101 Holmes, Steve 191 Jarrett, Charles 191 Jenkins, Mike 1101 Kane, Sherry 1101 Keane, Debbie 191 Kuhn, Dorothy 191 Lewis, Susan 1101 Lowry, Philip 191 Luna, Carlos 1111 McDonald, Anne 191 McGlone, Lynn 191 Martin, Rachel 191 Mayfield, Sandra 1101 Minton, Kim 1101 Moore, John 1111 Morris, Brenda 191 Ott, James 1101 The Nimitz "B" Band -was an added attraction at the Varsity foot- ball games this year. The "B" Band performed at the Christmas Concert and they have hopes of displaying their talents in future competition. Overland, Lydia 191 Perkins, Dorothy 1111 Pittman, Robert 191 Pratt, Marla 1101 Puckett, Janet 191 Reed, Judy 1101 Reynolds, Karen 1101 Rice, Keith 1101 Ross, Leann 1101 Rushing, Kathleen 191 Sandberg, Carl 191 Saulter, Larry 1101 Shiftlet, Curtis 1101 Stafford, Monte 1101 Staley, David 191 Underwood, Brent 191 Watson, Kenneth 191 Viking " " Band 5 1 The NHS Chorale was a success- ful organization again this year. They produced "Oklahoma!", the hit musical on Broadway, which was also a hit at Nimitz. The Talent show at NHS was also sponsored by the Chorale. The money from this show and from the musical was used in helping to finance the trip to Eu- rope. The Chorale has established quite o reputation resulting from their excellent performances for the school and civic groups. , Y 1 Chorale Plans Trip 0 1. . "'337 a- vez'-'17 'fa 5 o 8 ! 'sd 6:3135 I 597 si I0 la' g to Europe This Summer l. Renetta Ritter 2. Mary Ward 3. Larry Berry 4. Karen Mize 5. Diana McMeans 6. Tony Mexia 7. Deloris Bodine 8. Terri Bembeneck 9. Stephen Terry 10. Benita Kirby ll. Mike Boynton Roger Littleton Dottie Mangum Ricky Humphrey Amy Stevenson Cindy Filmore Tripp Calk lrene Breth Dana Goude Debbie Bristow Danny Weatherly Pam Riddle Wayne Carter Susan Armstrong Mary Trocke Max Stone Micki McCarver Robert Adams Linda Price Mike Spotter Vickie Faulkner James Wagoner Forrest Karnes Rhonda Hayes George Calleias Beki Burch Jack Parker Kathleen Reynolds Don Dozier Donna Burgess Gwynn Holland Gail Argo James Antle Donna Gardner John Boucher Kathy O'Conner Micheal Anderson Ginger Williams Vicki Gravette Girls' Choir The Nimitz High Girls' Choir pro- duced very pleasing sounds at their performances this year. The Girls' Choir presented concerts. Cindy King Laura Herron Janet Slaton Sherry Byers Nancy Hagar Debbie Meeks Vicki Sutton Denise Jetton Rebecca Riggs Becky Reeves Miriam Terry Carol Burrows Pamela Warren Narla Marney Kathleen Young Christy Savage Debra Bruce Lynn Little Marsha Brandenburg Sharon Crayton Cindy Duncal Kay Sargent Brenda Kemp Cindy Richards Bonnie Satterfield Robbie Cox Roxanne McDonald Letty Calleias Vachelle Wade Debbie Blanton Stacy Stone Beverly Copeland Terry lnmon Natalie Stephenson Becky Kirby Sherry Watson Carol Price Terry Watson Debbie Stoianik Shelly Borden Donna Waltman Letha McClelland Mary Trocke NHS Provides Seniors With Library ot College Catalogues 4. FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: Jeanie Shanahan Jim Anile Roy Diql Gwynn Holland Linda Bootwright Mark Farish Patti Williams Wayne Carter Mark Crowe Carol Buckner l To be accepted as a National lHonor Society member, a student ,needs teacher recommendation, outstanding scholastic ability, and igood leadership qualities. Promot- ring Character, Leadership, Service, ,and Scholarship are the duties of leach member. l One of the NHS proiects this year was to write to all of the colleges in !Texas and obtain catalogues from teach of them. These have been used lto set up a library of information for the college-bound. .ki C THIRD ROW: Cindy Christiansen Retta Scyrkels Melody McClure Chris Hallmark Becky Holliday Liz Corich Jo Ann Neff FOURTH ROW: Linda Coffey Riche Patrick Cindy Hashert Pat Parma David Patrick Libby Robertson Donna Burgess Lisa Renshaw Donna Faulkner Journalism Staff Puts Out "Rune Stone" The first iournalism class at NHS this year produced the RUNE STONE, the school newspaper. The inspiration for the name of the paper was provided by the Vikings from Norselond. They left stones filled with Runic writings telling of their adventures. These historical writings were called "rune stones!" The RUNE STONE was put out monthly and on holidays. It was full of school news, features, editorials, future events, sports, and informa- tive articles. Putting the "Rune Stone" together are Marilyn Roan and Holli Rollins. l liilellll -'wa-uf-aus-wv-r , Henry Truitt Vicki Russell Jerri Butcher Becky Taylor Alton Lancaster Debbie Blanton Patty McConathy Jeanie Shanahan Holli Rollins Jan Lees Cindy Hashert Arlene Bailey Donna Bartlett Debbie Bartlett Marilyn Roan Margo Lambert Jae Morgan I Va ra n g i a n s Promote S 0 0 pl rlt The Varangians, the Nimitz spirit association, play an important part in keeping the Viking spirit high. They support all phases of athletic competition at NHS. This year, the Varangians have contributed great- ly by sponsoring the Spirit Shield, by making signs, and by coming to the games to cheer the Vikings on. They plan to extend their member- ship in the coming years and perpet- uate the great Viking spirit. Terry Vawter, President, Award winner. announces Spirit 'I ,lflll if its Johnny Shearer Steve Evans Edo Smith Valerie Turner Mary McDonald Bruce Howie Susan Murphy 8. Janet Martin 9. Cathy Lamere 10. Susan Bryan 1 l. Terry Vawter 12. Cindy King 13. Janet Lamere 14. Evelyn Holt Tommy Vawter Debbie Keane Bonnie Ziegler Miss Mayhugh - Span. Janet Lauderdale Debra Spurgeon Neva Herron Industrial Cooperative Training The Industrial Cooperative Train- ing program provides training while working on a iob. I.C.T. enables stu- dents to obtain skills while attending school. The students participate in con- tests which require speed and skill in performing their iobs. An apprecia- tion dinner for their employers and several other parties were also sponsored by the l.C.T. students this year. Lynn Alexander Jerry Allen Mark Buttery Gaylon Cox - Rep. Buddy Deal Mark Derrington Steve Edwards Johnny Esquivel Harvey Ferrick - Sgt. at Arms Joe Garcia Freddy Golden Jeff Hargis Priscilla Irwin - Parl. Robert Jones Cathy Lenort Kirk Monroe - Sec. Ricky Pagitt Lynn Peters Joe Rioias Steve Russell Randy Sandlin - Treas. Johnny Shearer Jeanne Walker - Pres. Robert Weathers Dean Woodard Theda Wright Mr. Toon - Teacher ngfmf """ Distributive Education Sherry Black Val Brantley Debbie Bray Barbara Calame George Cline - Parl. Donna Coe Jackie Cotton - Treas. Marilyn Cotton Pam Evans Danny Geist Marilyn Gooch Connie Green Patricia Green Ricky Hammer Eddie Hill Linda Holcomb Julie Love Pat Marion - Pres. Dee Ann McGibbone Debbie McManus Dan Moore Karen O'Hara Johnny Pilgreen Donna Rogers - Sec. Jacob Simmons Johnny Tittle Lou Ann Wakefield Calvin Waltman - V.P. Sheila Weise Y D.E. is a vocational cooperative training program. It is designed to attract and train high school Juniors and Seniors for occupations in sales, merchandising, distribution of goodsfmarketing, and in providing services to consumers. It covers all levels of responsibility - from the sales person to the sales executive. Chess Club Another first for NHS is the Nim- itz Chess Club. Their first tourna- ment was held with only thirty-two members. Every morning between 8:00 and 8:30, several games are played in room 238. The Chess Club has future aspirations of having matches with MacArthur High School and Irving High School. l ltllll Q 'l. Mike Schroers 2. David Coker 3. Jerry Kinsel 4. Tom Head 5. Tim Burris 6. Roy Dail 7. Mark Crowe 8. Chris Hallmark 9. Patrick Senter 10. Ricky Kelly ll . Clarence Lawso 12. David Crouch Mark Knittle Kevin Holiday Tom Muternowsky Dan Jenson Wendy Waters Mike King David Patrick John Swicord David Isbell Phillip Brown Mike Spotter . Paul Cooper 8. Vicky Stephens 2. Ricky Johnson 9. Burt Derr 3. David Coker 10. Ronni Sheffield 4. Charles Lee ll. Arthur Hardin 5. Jerry Hammond 12. Vance Owen 6. Curtis Gressitt 13. Joe Ware 7. Joe Henderson 14. Mike Meadows i l ttttt Industrial Arts Club The Nimitz High School Industrial Arts Club is an organization of, by and for students enrolled in indus- trial arts courses. The club offers laboratory, leadership, experimen- tal activities, and research. Their sponsor is Mr. Sam Scott. 1? w e I I 5 Q We -,'f new . , 7 ,M :E . ,,,,,,,,, ,, ., I FIRST ROW: Mike Anderson I. B. Butler Scott Halket Larry Stinnett David Davis SECOND ROW: Sheana Cosper Jodia Murphy Sharon Crayton Diane Forbus Cindy Clark Maria Martinez Cindy Pardo Yvonne Aker's Betsy Benton Sharon Peters Mike Shilen Susan Mackie Roxanne McDonald THIRD ROW: Debbie Tillery Tom Norris Frankie Thompson FOURTH ROW: Debbie Bartlett Ileta Baker Sharon Jeter Lynn Casey Susan Pennel Pam Grider Cinda Barnes Becky Dunlap Cathy Lamere Edie Hale Mrs. Amy Page Sponsor. Drama Club Organizes The Drama Club serves the pur- pose of being a fellowship of class- mates with a common interest in drama. lt offers an opportunity of acting experience, social contact with other actors, and fun. A pres- entation ofa three act play is slated for the spring. 4 'x tw. Cindy Clark and Larry Stinnett portray love scene in Senior ploy. Speech Club Ns.'5,-xi gig 1 9 ' 0 ,3 za Jerry Kinsel Don Bozman Larry Stinnett John Thornquist Tom Norris Don Lindig Mark Elliot Thea Korver Suzanne Hammil D' Hataway Susan Pennel Marilyn Roan Roberta Keefe Judy Bowen Mike Anderson Beth Lane - Spon. Em if 'YN Connie Mealock Lydia Overland Anna Moon Eddie Ivins Jimmy Stephens Nita Edwards Gwynn Holland - V.P. Amy Leibinsberger Liz Corich Charlyn McGill - Sec. Carol Crowe Bill Moon Mrs. Mellon Susan Wadsworth Terry Canady Vicki Canady Jeanie Shanahan Pres. Pam Riddle Jeff Rushing 1 79 The French Club helps its mem-1 bers learn about French culture andi customs, especially through films and speakers. The service proiects this year of the club included the donation of canned goods to a church at Thanksgiving and the pur-, chase of a Christmas tree for the en-3 ioyment of all French students.l Among some other activities, thel club went iceskating, had a Hallow-, een party, and had a hayride. OP ROW: ayle Shields ren Vance John Boucher Bruce Manson Bruce Howie Roy Dail Tony Arthur wmillip Brown elinda Griggs Karol Price lRandy Stipes lMrs. Whiles i r BOTTOM ROW: Joy Hickey Kathleen Young Julia Wilson Debra Kemper Roxanne McDonald Lynne King Neva Hearon Pam Warren Retta Scyrkels Melissa Garms Diane McMeans Cindy Pardo Betsy Benton Sherry Byers Suzanne Hamill Sylvia Lloyd Leslie Garms lleeta Baker French Club l Latin Club Discovers ff The Latin Club studies the history of the Latin language. The club members act in plays written in Latin and during the Christmas holidays they sang Christmas carols in Latin. The club sponsored a proiect to make money and had a banquet in the spring for all members. A Language of the Past ,f,,,,ed"! 1 2 l3 I4. 5 to 7 Shirley O'Quinn Kathleen Reynolds Debby Keane David DeHaes Darlene Binion Danny Miles Carol Bennett Kim Smith Randy Gyer Mary Ward Gary Wood Marla Pratt Bruce Linden Cindy Bowers 4 911 Vie I9 lli lllll ll Jimmy Williams Walter Howell Sam Meade Scott Rogers - V.P. Jimmy Dimmett John Swicord - V.P. Doug Woodall - Pres. Students Show Interest in Rodeo Students with an active interest in all phases of rodeo get a chance to get together through the Nimitz Rodeo Club. They participate in many rodeos in this area and hold social activities. A hayride, a play- day, and a school rodeo are special events of the club. Ist ROW: Grady Storm Dan Crosby Larry Carey Kenny Williams Ken Durham Eddie Hill Karen-Sinstock Vickie Hart Sharon Peters Club 2nd ROW: , Sharon Moss Jeff Prince Wayne Mashburn l Kent Northcutt i Mike Nelson W Tommy Sills ' Lonnie Lavender l i 3rd ROW: Robert Jones Rodney McCoy Steve Russell i Cindy Bowers Wayne Teague Health Careers OfferManyOpportunities li I4 29 1 7 aqgq ,:"1i""'ig'Gr-fs p, T 'Mgt-ii'.f?WQ 'tl " ' James Ward Kenneth Slone Tom Head Oren Vance I. B. Butler Dorothy Perkins Lynn Wallace Shelly Borden Diana Hargis Dolores Garcia Debra Spurgeon Debbie Kiley Sandy High Carol Bennett Edna Nerio Mario Gonzales Pam Engel Neva Hearon Freddie Ryals Vivian Lydia Terry Canady Sue Martin Robbie Robinson Melinda Griggs Brenda Cavin Paula Morgan Marilyn Lofton Valerie Stanton Linda Dale Vicky Canady The Health Careers Club enables a student to obtain information con- cerning the many opportunities re- lated to the field of medicine. The club has had several speakers from medical professions to discuss the various aspects of their iobs. They also sponsor programs for students about health careers and they help people in the Heart Association and the Cancer Association. Ah ,F N1 ,st Future Business Leaders of America The Future Business Leaders of America is a group that consists of business students interested in ca- reers in business. Several speakers talked to the members this year about business careers which en- abled them to obtain more knowl- edge concerning the field of busi- ness. FIRST ROW: Donna Rogers Gale Carroll - P, C. Betsy Benton Kathy Valimont Shirley Linville - Sec. Sandra Harris Clellene Sargent SECOND ROW: Vicki Meeks Virginia Cofer Donna Garrett Susan Mackie Sheila Foster Diane Randle Ann Leibensberger Debby Schroeder THIRD ROW: Sharon Moss - Pres. Beth Withers Jerri Greenwood Sheila Jones Tina Nichols Terri Cummings Pat Nolasco Pam Grider Jan Harwell Creative Minds Expressed Through Writing The Nimitz High Creative Writing Club, an informal organization, is designed to encourage students who are interested in writing. All lit- erary forms are discussed and each club member reads his own work and criticizes the other members' work. Several pieces of original writing were entered in the 1972 Scholastic Writing Contest by the club. The members also had work published in the Rune Stone and a small magazine of original literature at the end of the year. FRONT RQW. Wendy Allen Ginger Weir, Darlene Bmlon BACK ROW Neva Hearon Kirk Muze Todd Dimsdale Bill Houseworth Paul Cooper Carl Bonner LI I1 Lif Marcia Conder Donna Faulkner This school year started off with enthusiasm, a hope of being No. 1, and pride in the hearts of the stu- dent body. All this was brought on by the contributions of the cheer- leaders, drill team, and band, who activated the spirit of students to its highest point through the pep rallies. piril Explodes hrough Pep Rallies i 'W' sew he .1 1 In , ,. , OPPOSITE: The Freshman class exemplify their spiril - resull - VICTORY! Also Denise McBride does the tradiiionul victory yell. ABOVE: Big Vik is met with a rous ing cheer. Agility And Enthusiasm Make Up Spirited Six The agility and enthusiasm of the cheerleaders sparked the spirit of the student body throughout the en- tire year. - ' 'a m 2 if-'.'.'A'f tn 3:51 ffaft-Q'14 'pf PM' 1 5 'sg' mei H .M 4 if E 1"-mrfpag: E' .a bww- l .rs Q. , L ew ,.,. 5+ . 2 - ssse f lfiff1f2 iiir A T fXf iittt A X FAR LEFT: Sharon Moss's face mirrors anxiety as she watches a crucial point of a game. LEFT: Molly McVay expresses her ioy after Fri- day night's win. ABOVE: Big Vik stands with cheerleaders during school song. ABOVE RIGHT: Donna Faulkner leads a chant during a game. ABOVE: Cheerleaders perform Halloween skit before Sam Houston game. Vikas' Performances Spark Enthusiasm RIGHT: Letha McClelland smiles during pep rally skit. BELOW: Thursday night practices make Friday nights perfect. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Senior Vikas' last performance at the football pep rallies. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Vikas perform polka as halftime entertain- ment. gif? :Q , I., 1 K I Q3 .Q F! E 5 if , H A ,... .MA . . q I , ,, asffx gl 3 . X ' 4 N ' , was 'F' r , lf, I , ,, :Y A GK ku nf' Q . 'M 3 L . 4 K ,.,A l N. in a Qxggx ,I , , , Ti, , 753 f' 1 . W ,-we Q A f 'PL ,. . .f 1 3 2 Q sf Q -f Nw .,,, .Nf- , N, Al . "K :E -x ' ' W , :I 1""" D . - 5' ,5 0 A.. ' i 1 r ,H -- , ef k I "" A 5 sy a ff 'V ' f? ' m 4 Q' ,A ' 53' Q 4 x E ', Q35-a+" . I 7,3 I Q I -A A , sf V. , tx fr . wg ,- N . Y . bf kg , , 11 -1, xx f W ... f .. 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FAR RIGHT: Princesses senior, Angie Shorb, iunior, Patti Williams, senior, Chris Wilson, sophomore, Leta Brewer, Queen, Toni Dick- son, freshman, Anna Moon. RIGHT: Senior princesses and their escorts pause before the halftime ceremonies. ABOVE: Toni Dickson and Jimmy Burton await the naming of the Queen. 1971 Fall Valhalla Queen and Court Student Council lleeta Baker Judy Bowen Gale Carroll Beverly Copeland Sheila Creech Jan Harwell Evelyn Holt Sandy Huckaby Presents First Skionnhet Another tradition was start- ed at Nimitz High as the Stu- dent Council sponsored the first Skionnhet, the gathering of beauties. the contestants were chosen to represent the various organizations. Seven girls were selected by five iudges. Karen Mize Paula Morgan Jodia Murphy Shirley O'Quinn Carol Price Judy Revis Cynthia Rodriguez Clellene Sargent Jeanie Shanahan Vicki Smartt Rhonda Smith Frankie Thompson Kathy Valimont Denise Wagoner Shelia Weise Cathy Williams Patti Williams Theda Wright 9 J , 1 , l . me , Q A , '57 I f ' f l if l ,Af r . , . ,,-. gg k , i . ' , V 1 11"- , I ig-S I ' ,MH sf- , 1 'l , F' LEFT: The finalists were Donna Burgess, Reni McDoIe, .lune Morris, Reha Scyrkels, Ellen Vishnesky, Sharon Moss, Pat Parma, and Marcia Conder. ABOVE: Judging were Bob Lynch of Taylor Publishing Co., Dale Riley, owner of RiIey's Dance Studio, Elizabeth Peabody, Stale Fair Women's Division, Mary Lou Blaylock, former Miss Texas, and Bob Gooding, Channel 8 News. ,QS i ,,f: W . xi! f Ax, E xg ,, F 5 I I 1 52 .,. ' "' Q- , fs? A 8 ' I : 42' H -we fl! Varsity Efforts Reflected At Football Banquet The second annual Nimitz foot- ball banquet was held on Novem- ber 18, in the Nimitz cafeteria. Sev- eral players gave their accounts of the 1971 football season to the amusement of their fellow players, coaches, and the other honored guests. Gene Burton was awarded "most Valuable Player." BELOW: Mr. Everett, Jeff Zimmerman, Tom Pressly, Mr. Darland, Alan Berry and Mrs. Darland enioy the humor of Rusty McClelland as he talks about the managers. RIGHT: The head football coach, Wayne Bingham, re- ceives a plaque presented by Senior quarter- back, Gene Burton, from the football squad. t 5 , f 3 ,gf , .ss l Q. .n.r' s- 1... xx.. 9 -we Q 1 is Y jr.. K I 1. Seniors Choose "You Can't Take It With You" The play, "You Can't Take lt With You," which was presented in order to raise money for Senior Class ac- tivities, was directed by Mrs. Amy Page. The play was about the Mar- tin Vanderhof family in which unex- pected behaviors were the rule, not the exception. Seniors participating in the play were: Margo Lambert, Bill Kilmer Heather Fisher, Tom Nor- ris, I. B. Butler, Tommy Vawter, Sharon Crayton, David White, Cynda Barnes, David Davis, Pat Desrosiers, Larry Stinnett, Cindy Clark, Jack Parker, Frankie Thomp- son, Mike King and Tom Head. Hard Work Buys Chorale A Ticket To Europe The Chorale has been very enthu- siastic and active during the past ar. Their many practices and hard rk brought about the success they enjoyed Vicky Faulkner Chorale Sweetheart Ai . 5 S T44 -- A if' ABOVE RIGHT: Gary Etter, an alternate to the All-State Choir, leads the sing- in . RIGHT- Playing a guitar, Robert Adams, a member of the All-State Choir, g . rehearses for the talent show. ,,-- - 7 Oklahoma" ls O.K. In order to raise funds for their singing tour of Europe this summer, the Chorale staged a marvelous performance of the musical "Okla- homa." The colorful and moving "Oklahoma" proved to be a good success for the Chorale. 108 L :Xl FAR LEFT TOP: Beki Burch greets the peddler, Dana Goude. CENTER LEFT: A descriptive song from Roger Littleton, an bench, holds the attention of, left to right, Beki Burch, Mike Boynton, Mike Anderson, Steven Terry, George Calleios, Wayne Carter, Larry Berry, and James Wagoner. ABOVE: Micki McCar- ver, as Ado Annie sings about her inability ta resist men. FAR LEFT: Gary Etter, as Curly, checks the lunch basket of Laurie, Gwynn Holland. LEFT: The settlers are held spell- bound by a kaleidoscope. 109 0 Chorale Sponsors Talent Show The Chorale-sponsored Talent Show brought out much unsuspect- ed talent in the student body. A large number of gifted people dis- played their abilities to a greatly ap- preciative audience. RIGHT: Benito Kirby, left, and Gail Argo sing a grove song. BELOW: Mike Spotter, Dan Weatherly, .lim Antle, and James Wagoner do a rou- tine with paper and combs. Zu. Digit E if ,Q. .f L, J i ., fa kg , N. , ,M . .fi 7 K mg, -.27 gxygf' , gi F ,Q- 3 lil!" 0 . gs E 1, mae W: ,,' hw, 1., N it Q5 cfm' ,J AJ Valhalla Staff . . . Never a Dull Moment! 'X OPPOSITE FAR LEFT: Kathy Valimont, a Jun- ior, denies ever being a member of the Val- halla Staff. OPPOSITE LEFT: No one can make Jan Rutledge finish the Junior section. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Marcia Conder is al- ways at the foot of things. LEFT: Mr. Wat- son . . . what more can you say? BELOW: Jan Thomas says, "Amateur Hour, here I comeI" VICA Prepares Students for Future The I.C.T. organization is a pro- gram designed to help students ob- tain skills while attending school. Some typical examples of these stu- dents who acquire different skills through an on-the-iob training plan are Gaylon Cox, Priscilla Irwin and John Wright. 4 LIF High Hoopers vs. Faculty, Courtesy of DECA X r ix . W DECA sponsored a basketball game between the Nimitz Faculty and the KLIF All-Stars. Proceeds were used for an Employer-Em- ployee Banquet in the Spring. This game drew a large crowd and many laughs. l'l5 NJROTC: Another Firsr for Nimirz The newly introduced NJROTC program has been proven very suc- cessful and beneficial to the number of boys involved. Their many prac- tices and the various skills they learned resulled in a smart-looking, effective corps. , W , xwi , I ' LEFT: From left, Bill Dorsey, David and Doug McCowan hold flags standing at attention. ABOVE CENTER: march together in formation. LEFT: urns Gressett and Dan Moore hold the Nim- z flag presented to the student body from e NJROTC at a pep rally. ABOVE: A gun rill is performed by Dan Moore and Ken urham, on the right. Vikes Take Second at Tournament The 1971-72 basketball season had moments that were exciting as well as disappointing. But whether they won or lost, the persistent Vik- ing pride was still evident through- out the season. Hosting the Irving Invitational Tournament, Nimitz came through with second place. The team chose Retta Scyrkels for their 1972 Sweetheart. Randy Rhyne was chosen as Most Valuable Player for 1972. BELOW: An art department illustration of a basketball player. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Denise McBride presents second place trophy to the Vikings in Irving Tournament. ,, S3-fi W "" iis'w:' '.-. we may L 2 . difqx ,,i,5cg1, -.,,.c,,. K .J Retta Scyrkels - Sweethear S E E-N s ,yr 20 FHA . . . Getting Involved The Nimitz chapter of the Future Homemokers of America have had many worthwhile proiects this year. Some of their activities included making hosiery bags for the ladies at the Concord Manor and making candy men for the Denton State School. FT: Becky Holliday speaks at an FHA 3. ABOVE CENTER: Members listen to aertoining to their Christmas praiect. GHT: A guest demonstrates a fash- W hairstyle an Mrs. Rollins. ABOVE: A ,home economics student, Betsy Ben- ceives a Betty Crocker Homemaking from Mrs. Rollins. LEFT: Mothers af mbers observe an exhibition on new techniques. l Perfection Sought by Gymnasts Skills, agility, and balance result through extensive practice and proper training attained in gymnas- tics. Performing for audiences has inspired the team toward perfection and a desire to achieve its goals. l l TOP: Shirley Linville and Cathy Lamere stand by for as- sistance while Sharon Jarrett practices on the parallel bars. FAR LEFT: Attempting a headstand on the beam is Laura Herron, while Francine Senter assists. LEFT: The Vault, as demonstrated by one ofthe gymnasts is widely used. ABOVE: ln the process of a back flip is Chuck Ross. 3 r , Q Q fs is 35 f..,,4.,,, M. i:1s,uww.m.:,m ' - IKM Ifxh- , 9 ws . gf T3 V Q X 'I 1 W 1 Q. ' ' ' We 132 a 1 . f'-11: . UC 'Z V ff fi v i ' if 9 Q' . 9 Q 0 , , ly 1 ' ' x -xx X 0 - 1,2 1 . - Y Q,,. SN . ff. '-:'i'f':. L 5 f- J si , f1eE5?F-wwf.-:Q l x i yt? ,, w 4 1 1 AThleTic:S Rusty McClelland r Earl Yarbrough BOTTOM ROW: l Paul Reynolds Tom Pressly Joe Morgan Robert Holiday Kurt Bingham Donnie Watson Ronnie Gaither Rusty McClelland Alan Berry O 97 l Va rslty I I . VI kings Nimitz starts season 26 strong . . . Win first 4 . . . costly mistakes . . . no offense . . . lose next 5 . . . Nimitz didn't give up . . . Gophers surprised . . . pre- dicted to win . . . but forgot they were playing the Nimitz Vik- ings . .. MIDDLE ROW: TOP ROW: David Wood Earl Yarbrough Tim Haley Randy Stipes Ronnie Powers Gene Burton Junior Sanchez Ricky Kelly Bill Saddler Randy Kinnamon Laurens Mitchell Dennis McBride Robert Hurtado Jeff Zimmerman David Hawkins Tommy Booker David Robinson Ricky Mizell John McVay Larry Venable Phil Brown David Nicks Mike Martin MANAGERS: Paul Reynolds Earl Yarbrough Randy Slipes Tim Haley David Wood Coaches Wayne Bingham Mike Greer Cliff Bradely Lane Ladwig 30 Adamson . . . drive 80 yards first series . . . extra pt blocked . . . Adamson drives . . .stopped on Viking 2 . . . have to settle for a field goal . . . Vikings plunge 80 yards after ensu- ing kickoff . . .conversion bad . . . Leopards come back . . . 68 yards in 16 capers . . . pt after good . . . Leopards commence a final rally . . . fumble . . . Vikes recov- er . . . 12-10 Trinity Vikings lead from first . . . fumbles help... big play... 21 yd screen . . . TD . . . extra pt bad . . . another score for NHS . . . extra pt fails again . . . Troians make 7 pts .... end of game . . . NHS too tough . . . 12-7 MacArthur Vikings high . . . lots of spirit and rain . . . Nimitz goal line empreg- nable . . . the red held deep in their end . . . too good to be true . . . defense gets 2 pts . . . knock-out play . . . 20 yds, 6 pts and no time left in the half . . . the blue and sil- ver Pride Fighters add insult to iniury with another score . . . Cards fight back . . . Redbirds block 2 punts . . . Vikings put game on ice . . . 22-14 Lamar . . . Lamar winless . . . punter miss- es snap . . . Nimitz cashes in early . . . 8 yard aerial . . . Lamar defense out flanked . . . big turno- ver . . . Nimitz scores again . . . bad blue holds... sweet victo- ry . . . 28-O Irving Blue balloons . . . and pride . . . the black and gold came to play . . . Viking defense trying con- stantly . . . more pressure every second . . . Tigers take com- mand . . . tension mounts and hopes dwindle . . . heartbreak- er . . . 20-13. 4 3.5 , . Q . af ' 5 b,4 Q,.i-.ill ' ' I 1. Q K 3 ev... . ,. 2 E Q. rx " 4 ,4 XY 5 y .,,A I gags if 5 ' ,fs I" 'iff - - iv - K - , 2, ,QXW L 2 L 3 ' ' -gg, 1. L? ,X Q ,h , 'L . ' - "' m1', . Tiif " W ' I - wwf? rx an Q 'inf sw N TA ' ' ' -T '4.L A ,, -- 'V 4 . ' I tkk I ef Av y if K WM Q, It 5 2 F Ph, 9 V I' ,, CYN . gh,-4 Y . Y k ,, 18153. 'sf .X N , Sf.. Aww L ff ffl' aw M? 3 S rw' fd'-ff' ,I , ' 1 i . I 4 l s N 1, ' 4 -nh., xx L '. G kg A , .' ' fk .:1?s.- . AW, o , 35, L J. 4 f ' 1 5 1 ,V A QL' 1,1354 V Q-' ' 1 Q, W i ' m i1fZ2,,,7'i 1 94 L. D. Bell Blue Vikes want revenge. . . of- fense moves . . . held on the 2 yd line . . . l4-0 at half . . . Vikes drive 60 yds . . . in for only touch- down . . . kick good . . . fu- mbles . . . 378 yds rushing for Bell . . . bad night . . . 55-7 W. T. White Nimitz threatened first... blew it . . . no score first stanza . . . W. T. White drives 77 yards for score... another TD on screen pass . . . saved by the half . . . Steers carry on . . . passing killed Vikes . . . 2 more interceptions . . . 2 more White touchdowns . . . bad for. Nimitz . . . 36-0 Sam Houston First time in UTA Stadium . . . Vikes trying to break their 3 game losing streak . . . Sam's Homecoming . . . the Texans draw first blood... Vikings match with 7 . . . SHHS scores twice . . . defense con- fused . . . Vikes' offense finds themselves . . . NHS goes for 2 more TD's . . . defense weak- ens . . . Sam puts it on them . . . 55-I 9 Arlington Fall Valhalla . . . mums . . . spirits high . . . opponent first in dis- trict . . . Colts take control . . .Vik- ings' final effort fails . . . a sad night for defense... beautiful queen . . . what a night to lose! . . . 42-14 Gr. Prairie Slow start . . . Vikes punt . . . Grand Prairie fumbles . . . a 6 yard TD . . . 96 yard thrust by the Go- phers . . . 1 yard run . . . Vikings block pt after . . . Gophers do it again . . . Defense doesn't quit . . . a big turnover . . . Vikes capitalize . . . GP over-confi- dent . . . offense hangs in there . . . life saving pt . . . the de- fense does their thing . . . ruined Gopher homecoming . . . present to SRS . . . 21-20 9 0'1 A vu Q5 J v L X if N ii Y F is ,W sql .Q Q f A , 1 . - m Y ' M 'QM '33 'ez Q ff R L, iv ' KN,,,:, iif , . , A "Q, f i ,F . 1 y I ga 1. guni ar l 1 o Q I , 'Q v fr 1 0 1 , Avy f X H N E 4 hm Q i Q-35 in P ff Q ...M Q EH. My 51 . ,g I 'Q A QWRQQ v S , .W .. x A -ff' 3' f- ,wg f W ' 3' , : - ff - . , ,,, .ga N 3 X 5 M his, Q ' 0' f MJ 'Q A Q, x, LW K NRA: 58" J V ,J- 1 xii' ffm w Z., ed 5 of. 5 5. 910 QI t, ' fain V .wfwwQ-- H - 2 1 N '12 X x I' fn P I , . 'K My ik fx i A xi 1 NV. . Q ' .I , 1 na , , Q f '. ,A I s fa. jg! L..,L A, Y . -L 56 - V' M A .., 1 K if , lf' , If .V if-y ff Q A gigiwegf, ,, " W- ,,: , .1-'ff Q1 V ,wgl ,Q f,.,f,k .. ik -,Q Q , H ' -1 , J In 73' ,xx ., ,LV jf, ,, 3 r L.. "I ggffw ll VL Q .uv ' f:':.,viEE5:- 'xzgxes' 4' iz., . ,cmd if - vs, 'ir ...- kv. 4,5 ,. gp, v Q Gy! 3 L fx 3 .I we 'I rauunkivz f' "N .J 1971 " " Team Won-3 Lost-6 Tied-1 . . spring training . . . fundamen- tals . . . blocking . . . dummy sled . . . the ' pain . . . the sweat . . . get off to a bad start . . . come back . . . victory over Mac . . . Irving falls . . . city champs . . . mistakes . . . a pass was dropped . . . fumbles . . . a bad block . . . new hope for next year. . . the 1972 B-Team PRIDE FIGHTERS . . . FIRST ROW: Coach King, D. Capehart, T. Sanford, J. Swicord, D. Hicks, B. Clarkston, M. Edwards, D. Crosby SECOND ROW: Coach Purvis, Coach Fikes, J. Welch, R. Yarbough, J. Henderson, B. Haines, J. Ybarra, S. Rogers, D. Foster, C. Cotharn THIRD ROW: R. Blankenship, B. Grider, A. Sullivan, B. Moss, V. Lambert, D. Walker, G. Leroy, B. Ship FOURTH ROW: J. Birdwell, G. Harris, K. Northcutt, A. Becarra, F. Saucedo, R. Sinclair, M. Boynton, S. Walker ni. 2 ' S. lil- Freshman Blue Won-5 Lost-4 First season . .. new goal, new hope . . . quickness . . . great de- fense . . . overwhelming of- fense . . . hard work . . . depth . . . exercises . . . drills . . . scrimmages . . . sprints . . . lots of guts . . . few iniuries . . . superb game, ioy . . . bad game, extra workouts. . . Blue has successful 1 season . . . Silver tries hard A FOURTH ROW: J. Sanderson, Coach James, J. Hill, B. Driver, R. Wise, L. Wadsworth, T. Thompson, D. Shields, Coach Hall 1 THIRD ROW: R. Dobbs, J. Baker, T. Sanchez, K. Rollins, L. Meyers, R. Ussery, D. Lambert, J. Pickett, J. Fitz SECOND ROW: J. Chapman, R. Watts, K. Drysdale, L. Ehman, R. Smith, T. Hall, R. Meeks, C. Money, R. Reno ' FIRST ROW: S. Holmes, T. Harrington, S. Douglas, G. Jaynes, L. Weiss, J. Nelson, C. House, P. Landry l l i 4 FOURTH ROW: Coach James, G. Ozymy, T. Stone, C. Granger, S. Cotton, Coach Hall THIRD ROW: E. Love, K. Northcuh, R. Randle, G. Brandlly, D. Scruggs, E. Slrickland SECOND ROW: R. Arreberry, S. Hendrix, J. Reynolds, M. White, R. Burch, R. Legale FIRST ROW: A. Turner, S. Wahs, T. Williams, B. Walls, L. Hynes, M. Trevino , . X Freshman Silver on-O Lost-4 l 972 Varsity Roundballers Good start . . . ranked high in local tourney . . . pace slows . . . disaster . . . iniuries . . . flu . . . Arlington, Irving, Grand Prairie . . . district hard to beat . . . disci- pline . . . new players . . . second half season surprise . . . finish sixth in district. Grand Prairie L. D. Bell MacArthur Sam Houston Trinity Irving Arlington Lamar Grand Prairie L. D. Bell MacArthur Sam Houston Trinity Irving Arlington Lamar Opp. 62 72 83 89 72 75 82 58 85 57 67 85 71 87 67 76 Nim 52 62 as 74 73 42l 52 71 52 too 58 or 7Q 53 so czl 40 X au. xX fw-vim. w ,S-7, - 0011 1540? '47 ,i+'c9 '43 0 ' f xa.,Q 9 fg b?lv'sf:jf9"f 9 f la a + 'N -iff" f i 5 44 li Wi J xi Wm. ,., ,mf fm- h ff 1 0 , , ,, . f . f, 1,,g,- .Cy W .....W,,....... , , ,,-V , f I , In , x 2 ' -5 . in Q.. - 'f 4 .,. ff- ff '- - Wd A , gi' 9,2 1 Z9 Viking "B" Team Season starts . . .few in number -. . . inexperienced . . . run, sweat, work some more . .. skinned knees . . . two points . . . high district leader. Opp. Nim. Grand Prairie 59 67 L. D. Bell 46 50 MacArthur 22 41 Sam Houston 50 52 Trinity 57 65 Irving 56 65 Arlington 63 40 Lamar 80 87 Grand Prairie 53 58 L. D. Bell 46 55 MacArthur 25 61 Sam Houston 63 54 Trinity 43 53 lrving 60 54 Arlington 48 44 Lamar 56 76 6 Gary Wood, Ricky Gregory, David Womble, Ronnie Powers, David Hicks, Ken Durham, David Keats, Scoh Rogers, Neil Wright, Paul Reynolds. I47 1971-72 Freshman Baskelballer 48 Johnny Baker Danny De La Torre James Edwards Kevin Holiday Gary Holt Carl House Mike Hufchinson Harrell Lambert Harold Moore Berry Newman Kenny Rollins Cecil Shoemake Bill Ship Keith Story Terry Stroll Jimmy Thomas Randy Ussery Mark Warren Gary Wih Russell Wooda Coach Purvis Coach Fikes Viking Baseball 1972 Edition Returning of 14 lettermen . . . aspirations of first district crown . . . second year in 7-AAAA . . . confident of going all the way . . . good depth . . . a new coach . . . a new style . . . needless to say, Vikings are on their way. I at as-.f X Nl Ox 'I49 R.. ,Q-Ga .W 0 4-..,,,,, N x i BACK ROW: Billy Shipp - manager Randy Rhyne Gene Burton Randy Little Gary Woods Coach David Hall Mark LePori Mike Nelson David Robinson Joe Frilz - manager FRONT ROW: Mari Adams Donnie Watson Tim Freesione Tommy Sills Junior Sanchez Tommy Green Ken Williams NOT PICTURED: David Hicks Terry Harris Mike Domnick J, l -v - -1 1' .eq-tg ' ' dlfx is Lf 1 ,. +"'i'Tf" W CN Hwateqei' ' ' ' --, T .N 'Y Qi ee, 'R gi n gerly ,cyi ' if. 'X .Q O' 1"' l 9-Q- R . ', ii. X 'Q .T A' - Q-X X "' A' esrl N ' 5 in . I M - ,'ii' Q, R Q 4 x 1 or T Osiy .ioie T T or or , f 1 v 5 v xi 1 E 'Ui , R? , 4, Q Q: L 1 --55 ,M-xxx",-N.. 'ISI I Teamwork Promotes '72 Golf cmd Tennis dx - FRONT ROW: Dwayne Darland, Phillip Armstrong, Brant Crockett, Keith Moon, Donald Lawson. BACK ROW: Hayes Crockett, Mark Crowe, John McVay, Coac King, Alton Lancaster, Robert Farmer, David Patrick. FIRST ROW: Pam Stevenson, Sylvia Lloyd, Beverly Mizell, Joni Riggs, Donna Crabtree, Diana Burch. SECOND ROW: Gerome Meriman, Kirk Mize, Ronald Reaves, Linda Dale, Priscilla Munson, Patti Williams, Susan Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Ruben Puente, Mike King, Todd Dimsdale, Kevin Maloney, Mike London, Jeff Rushing, Terre toland, Diana Klemp, Lee Robbins. X' IS-1 i T + ikings Excel in Track cmd Volleyball , .C I W., , .. - 5 -,Ir K w t.. l , V ii VV , L -Q l Coach James, Robert Horris, Phillip Brown, Ricky Mizell, Phillip Baker, Ricky Kelly, Don Lawrence. ilRST ROW: Belh Dunning, Lonnie Cotton, Cynthia Rodriquez, Moni Cowen, Phyllis Chambers, Pam Engel, Vicki Meeks. SECOND ROW: Carolin Sonzolez, Yvonne Blackerby, Toni Flores, Riche Polrick, Vicki Vernon, Colhy Patrick, Colhy Dunn, Coach Priestly. l l l l l Boys' s 5 And ' Girls' E E Gymnastics E i First co-educational team . . . flexibility . . . coordination . . . stamina . . . a lot of aches and pains . . . a desire for perfection . . . failure . . . achievement . . . hard work. E 1 21 rf X . 55 32 ii is it 4 u 1 .ily . .. ws. we g' -f I ws? Robert Calleias Ruben Delatorre Mark Lee Rodney McCoy Freddie Ryals David White Thomas Epperson Ronald Moore Robert Noel Donald Leroy Tim Lindamood Jackie Bradford Danny Miles Chuck Ross Ricci Favors Francine Senter Barbara Smith Julie Archer Nancy Conder Donna Garrett Laura Herron Sharon Jarrett Tina Williams Heather Fisher Cathy Lamere Shirley Linville Vicki Meeks Jan Rutledge Vicky Sperry Lynn Alexander JoAnn Baufield Dennise Bishop 155 6 53 Classe Pat Smith Jan Rutledge Nancy Barton Jeanie Shanahan Debbie Miller Kathy Valimont Donna Schmitz Jan Thomas ' Senior i. pres. - Tim Haley 2 2. v. pres. - Cynthia Pczrdo ' , 3 sec - Marcia Conder 'J 4. Treo. - Edie Hole K Z5 eniors . . . Always in a Hurry CHARISSE ABBEY SANDRA ABERCROMBIE ROBERT ADAMS LYNN ALEXANDER DEBRA ALLEN GEARY ALLEN BILLY ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON DEBBIE ANDREWS JIM ANTLE LEFT: Robert Adams grabs his books and runs when the final bell rings for the day. 159 SHARON ARCHER DAVID ATTEBERRY MARY LYNN BAILEY DONNA BANKSTON BEULAH MAY BARNETT JOSEPH BARRON RIGHT: Donna Knopp, along with Virginia Cofer, admire the great work going into the door decoration. UPPER RIGHT: Jo An field thinks of more inieresting details RICKY BAETZ CYN DA BARNES KAREN BARRY I I Mcmv Details To Think Aboul n Bau- I 3 I I I DEBBIE BARTLETT NANCY BARTON RONNY BATE DENNIS BATES JOANN BAUFIELD DANNY BEACH DEBBIE BEMBENEK MARK BENNETT BETSY BENTON ALAN BERRY DENNISE BISHOP SUSAN BITTS 'I6 NATHANIEL BROUGHTON 162 RIGHT: Seniors, Roberi Holiday and Linda Boatwright find time io talk at u locker. OP- POSITE: Gene Burton, Kathryn Jodon, and .lim Tindall prepare pressing assignmenis. SHERRY BLACK YVONNE BLACKERBY LINDA BLACKWELL LINDA BOATWRIGHT DEE BODINE JACKIE BRADFORD VAL BRANTLEY NAOMI BRISENO DEBI BROWN JOHN BROWN MIKE BROWN MEL BROWNING EDDIE BUCK CAROL BUCKNER KAREN BUFFINGTON DONNA BURGESS GENE BURTON JIMMY BURTON TIM BURTON JERRI BUTCHER I. B. BUTLER MARK BUTTERY enlors Seem To Fund Tlme . . . DONNA CALDWELL TRIPP CALK GEORGE CALLEJAS STEVE CAMP Y 1151, fl ,' I: Wu., I-1 f , , P fx 1 Q ' X. S M Q f :aim . k i 1 . v 'l'C""7 CINDY CROWDER MARK CROWE ROY DAIL YVONNE DALEY SHERYL DAMAN JANIE DAVIDSON DAVID DAVIS GARY DAVIS KATHIE DAVIS TONI DAVIS VICKIE DAVIS BUDDY DEAL Seniors Smiling and Approving LEFT Roy Dail, determined to find the angu lar distances works in the planefarlum UPPER LEFT Delivering a smile of approval Tim Colchm awaits the flash of the camera 66 DAVID DEHAES MARK DERRINGTON BURT DERR PAT DESROSIERS TONI DICKSON LOIS DILL BILL DORSEY SHERRY DOUGLAS DON DOZIER BECKY DUNLAP TONI EARLE STEVE EDWARDS JUANITA ELLINGSON EDDIE EMPEY RIGHT: Becky Dunlap daydreams about fu- ture moments. UPPER RIGHT: Trying to pay attention seems hard for Don Estes. ctying Attention in Class Seems Hard RONNIE ERCANBRACK JOHNNY ESQUIVEL DON ESTES GARY ETTER DEB EWING DONNA FAULKNER HEATHER FISHER KEVIN FLAHERTY TONI FLORES SHEILA FOSTER WALTER FRANK JANA FRIEMAL JOE GARCIA CATHY GARNER JAN GARRETT DEB GATLIN 167 , Z' ax Vgitff -1,-,f Q wx if . ivy . 4 , , . ,YV ,Qin ' LEFT: Cindy Hasheri reviews chapter before exam. LOWER LEFT: Tim Haley Edie Hale and Cindy Pardo relax at Fritz Park SCOTT HALKET DANNY HAMMER ARTHUR HARDIN JEFF HARGIS PAT HARRINGTON SANDRA HARRIS TERRY HARRIS VANCE HARRISON JAN HARWELL CINDY HASHERT DAVID HAWKINS TIM HAYNES JAMES HAZEL TOM HEAD JERRY HENDERSON EDDIE HILL LINDA HOLCOMB ROBERT HOLIDAY I GWYNN HOLLAND DEBRA HOLLINGSWORTH JAN HOLMAN DEBBIE HUBBS JOVITA HUERTA ROBERT HURTADO PRISCILLA IRWIN HOYT JAYNES DAVID JEFFCOAT TOM JENKINS KATHRYN JODON VICKI JOHNSON DEBBIE JONES TESA JOPLIN Senior Participation Rates High 170 E LEFT: Alton Lancaster hands out the newspa- pers to students. LOWER LEFT: After their performance at a Nimitz football game, Georgia Saucedo and Jovita Huerta enioy a Dr. Pepper. FORREST KARNS RICKY KELLY BILL KILMER GLENN KIMBERLIN CURTIS KING MIKE KING RANDY KINNAMON DIANA KLEMP DONNA KNOPP MARGO LAMBERT CATHY LAMERE ALTON LANCASTER ROBERT LANGFORD MARY LAVENDER RIGHT: In the plcnatarium, Shirley Linville vigorously studies one of her important charts. LOWER RIGHT: Isaias Martinez finds humor in his English Literature book. 'I72 DON LAWSON RICKY LAYTON MARCIA LEE TYE LEFFEL ANN LEIBENSBERGER CATHY LENART MARK LEPORI PAT LINAM CINDY LINDESMITH GARY LINSLEY MIKE LINSLEY SHIRLEY LINVILLE RANDY LITTLE ROGER LITTLETON BUD LONDON CINDY LOONEY Studies Prove To Be Humorous ROBERT LOWRY TEMPIE LYDIA SUSAN MACKIE KEVIN MALONEY KAREN MANER DOTTIE MANGUM BILL MANTOOTH PAT MARION SUE MARTIN SHARON MARTINDALE ISAIAS MARTINEZ MARIA MARTINEZ -r XX AI KAREN MATHEWS DONNA MATHIES ' CHRIS MAUS MICKY MCCARVER RUSTY MCCLELLAND RICK MCDADE MARILYN MCGLONE PHYLLIS MCLEMORE DIANE MCMEANS JOHN MCVAY MIKE MEADOWS STEVE MEDWICK VICKI MEEKS BILL METZGER DANNY MILES DEBBIE MILLER FAR RIGHT: Jean Mulder is distracted from her assignment by one of her classmates RIGHT: Danny Miles tries the "concentration bit 'I74 sslgnmenfs Require Concentration MIKE MILLER RITA MINIX KAREN MIZE JACK MONROE KIRK MONROE DAN MOORE CHUCK MORSE SHARON MOSS JEAN MULDER BRENDA MURPHY MITCH NELSON SANDRA NELSON 176 . RIGHT: Eric Pennol iokes around for photog- rapher. LOWER LEFT: Senior, Ruben PuenIe is taken by surprise. Photographers Click Candid MELINDA NIXON HENRY NORMAN JANET OLIVER RICKY PAGITT CINDY PARDO JACK PARKER NAKITA PARRACK CATHY PATRICK DAVID PATRICK RICHE PATRICK KEITH PATTON ERIC PENNAL SHARON PETERS JO ANN PHILLIPS TERRY PITTS DWAIN POKLADNIK VICKY PONDER TOM PRESSLY LARRY PRITCHETT RUBEN PUENTE DIANA RANDLE JAMES RAWLINSON RODNEY RENO ROGER RENO JUDY REVIS KATHY REYNOLDS RANDY RHYNE STEVE RICKER 78 RIGHT: Allon Rollins and Karen Buffingfon horse around during Spanish class. LOWER RIGHT: Angie Shorb expresses herself in a painting. PAM RIGNEY LINDA RIOJAS RAYMOND RISS DAVID ROBINSON CYNTHIA RODRIQUEZ DONNA ROGERS ALTON ROLLINS CHUCH ROSS JEFF RUSHING STEVE RUSSELL JAN RUTLEDGE RANDY SANDLIN JANIE SANDOVAL CLELLENE SARGENT ,N . V--,, z 22 1-Q 'hw ""'-4 WWW 1, 1 4, I. . 1' in . ig? , ' I 5 , my f 1 aj fi f , gsm I K ig, A ,W ,,LLg , ., wh, M52 ig? Q Q2 ix 180 MARY SMITH PAM SMITH PAT SMITH SUSAN SMITH MIKE SPATTER VICKY SPERRY RHONDA SPROUSE CAROLYN SPURGEON DAVID STARNES GARY STARNES VICKY STEPHENS DON STEWARD LARRY STINNETT RANDY STIPES LUANN STOCKSTILL HARRIET STRICKLAND LEFT: Displaying her artistic ability on paper, Selonna Taylor completes her painting. LOWER LEFT: Along with many others, Vicky Sperry proposes to study intensely. ood Intentions . . . Displayed Talents TERRI STRICKLAND STEVEN SWAIM BECKY TAYLOR CHARLOTTE TAYLOR SELONNA TAYLOR WAYNE TEAGUE FRANKIE THOMPSON DEBBIE TILLERY JIM TINDALL ANGELA TRAUGHBER JOE TREVINO MARY TROCKE T81 WD 1 I J rI I ft Experimentation Denotes Interest HENRY TRUITT BARBARA TUCKER DEBBIE VARNER TOMMY VAWTER LARRY VENABLE ELLEN VISHNESKY RANDALL WADE JEANNE WALKER MARY WARD JOE WARE DEBBIE WATSON DONNIE WATSON 182 MONTY WATSON ROBERT WEATHERS SHEILA welse DAVID WHITE ROBERT WHITE PRESTON WILLIAMSON BRENDA WILSON CHRIS WILSON MARY WIRICK GAIL WOMBLE GARRY WOOD BECKY WRIGHT SUE WRIGHT .JIM WYLIE EARL YARBROUGH JEFF ZIMMERMAN LEFT Brenda Wilson helps in chemistry ex perlmenf. UPPER LEFT: Randall Wade de noies vivid inleresf. 183 Juniors N ' ' L I 'ffh . 11Ql? : T if 'ff 1. pres. - Tony Brown 2. v. pres. - Poffi Willioms 3. Sec. - Becky Carroll 4. Treo. - Cindy Christiansen A I 2 My LI? I Rik I , ' 2 g JI, f . f EI' Wy , ,:, ,. , Q , I ' -- 9 ..: -I w., 1, SSA! dw H W 'I LEFT: Embcrrossed Matt Adams JOHN ADAMS MATT ADAMS YVONNE AKERS ' RONNIE AKINS CHANDRA ALLEN JERRY ALLEN MIKE ANDERSON JIMI ANDREWS GAIL ARGO TONY ARTHUR DONNA ASHLEY JAMES BAHR ARLENE BAILEY ILEETA BAKER ROSE BANDA BRENDA BARGER CINDY BARNETT ROBBIE BEACH HELEN BENNETT LARRY BERRY DONNA BICKNELL KURT BINGHAM DON BIRDWELL KATHY BITTS RICKY BLANKENSHIP DEBBIE BLANTON CARL BONNER JERRY BONNER TOMMY BOOKER JOHN BOUCHER JUDY BOWEN JAMES BOYD MELANYE BRASHER COLLEEN BRATTON DEBBIE BRAY IRENE BRETH MARTHA BRISENO DEBBIE BRISTOW CONNIE BROTHERS DEBBIE BROWN PHILLIP BROWN STEVE BROWN TONY BROWN LARRY BROWNING DEBBIE BRUCE DEBBIE BUCKNER MELINDA BULLOCK BEKI BURCH DAVID BURNETT ROCKLAND BURNETT Emotions Ploy Moior Role I ' IZ- 1232: I I .B ! 1 ,J . ' I , ,II.1: ' J 'TW . ,, My f -,, V AA J tl " 1. gg 173 I If M' I I f I , 'Q ' 5 ffi ul :P-WW ff of 1 A , 1 I if RIGHT: If is o time for seriousness as Larry Corey is capfivoted by action during a basketball game. LEFT: Beki Burch seems involved in chorale. Q7 li I ' If ' 1 : i vi ' g f I X I-Q . sn, ,,,, P we , X, L -- si' ' 1 I N ,leg 3 I fum Few it I, ,I 4' Ii V . . ' , x, I 'J' Hifi f ,I 4 : 1 my 'S . " f " Q EEK 42, f f RQ-f2V2,QM PATTY BURNS CAROL BURROW PATTY BURTON PETE BYNUM BARBARA CALAME SHARON CALDWELL ROBERT CALLEJAS VICKI CANADY JOHN CANFIELD CONNIE CANTRELL LARRY CAREY BECKY CARROLL DAVID CARROLL MIKE CARROLL WAYNE CARTER CONNIE CASON CONNIE CASTILLO RICKY CAVINESS PHYLLIS CHAMBERS ANN CHARLES CINDY CHRISTENSEN DON CHRISTY JAMES CHURCH CINDY CLARK LARRY CLARKSTON DONNA COE LINDA COFFEY BRAD COLLINS KENNY COMPTON DENISE CONN BARBARA CONNER DARLENE COOK PAUL COOPER JANET COTHRAN JACKIE COTTON MARILYN COTTON KARRIE CRABTREE SHARON CRAYTON DAVID CROUCH CYNTHIA CRUMP JIM CULBRETH JOLYNN CULVER TERRI CUMMINGS MICHELLE DAVIS 5 A ,L in A vii, I 5 Q f I .1 1 1 f C .' 1 2 Ts M 'N X K , , I ,Q ,X f 'F x, I I Q X 4 ,A , fy -:mi - w , , -gl nfl . 'gm ,,. iq-. tg. . 1 I ,581 S xo I 1 1x0 I Vi' M X, QW , 2 . N 11322 gp 9 'I' XPP, 'll e Mony Faces Cosf Various Moods -1 I , W X 'I I Ii , .II Jw . .. -11 if . . 4: 1 Q. sf I x X 'N X ' " - .Q Cm AT LEFT: Sharon Crayton and Cynthia Magar take delight in a secret at a pep rally. RIGHT: Pam Engel has got that mischievous gleam in her eyes. BELOW: Danny Edmonson gets to- gether with friends after a football game. l V l ,QL MA gli wi: h wif I ,- ' 1 , ' . ' A Aw 'Et S . - fe is ' , 1, fy 'gs ls kg, ,eg ,, . .. .T .M ! H , K tv A 7 ,,' - -7 fy 1' 'Th I ' dll Sgt I I 145 4 f I Q ,Ili E126 1' gg, , f' sf. , I, ... A I I I I ' L W .l.Al ,W W . , 3 , ' Q Egg Il W 'T - T Wil' 1 f fr I, Q L UL? K A J A f A I ., - QW 1 , , ,. W1 rl, f V N ll I I I ,.f"...".:-'I--'vQ lv icq ABRAHAM DE LA TORRE RUBEN DE LA TORRE RALPH DELMAR DEBBIE DEVERS TERESA DEVERS DAVID DIMMETTE MIKE DOMINICK ROY DOUGLAS FRED DUNCAN CATHY DUNN DANNY EDMONSON DAVID EDMONSON VICKI EMERY PAM ENGEL JOE ENRIGHT I A ' A -f I 189 Juniors "When You're Number Two You Try H a rd e r' ' ,W Y ,, FAR RIGHT: Meiissa Garms enioys her class- , I 1 'i in .. Q work. RIGHT: Striving harder, Tim Freesione V- SNA, ' T endeavors to develop goals inio reality. 5 xx TIM ENRIGHT MARK EVANS PAM EVANS KEN FALING MARK FARISH ROBERT FARMER VICKY FAULKNER TERRI FIELDS SUSAN FLARITY IRMA FLORES DIANE FORBUS DON FOX TIM FREESTONE HARVEY FRERICH LARRY GABEL RONNY GAITHER DONNA GARDNER PAUL GARDNER 190 il' A , ar I " .2r,n riri in 'wI.:Pfx"i I. an "ri I EY A "QE 'Iv I 'x , L L . . 45 sf. 'im i I,. X ,. .Z MELISSA GARMS SANDY GEREN ROBERT GETTS STEVE GIDEON STEVE GLENN DEBBIE GLOVER SHARON GLOVER BELINDA GONZAL PAT GOODMAN 'ROY GOOLSBY SHEILA GORMLEY JOYCE GOWAN RICHARD GRANT PAT GREEN JERRI GREENWOO RANDY GREER CURTIS GRESSETT JANIE GUNTER ROBERT GUTHERY RANDY GYER GLENN HALE DENNIS HALEY CHRIS HALLMARK RICKY HAMILTON RICKY HAMMER ROCKY HAMMER GERALD HAMON JAMES HARDIN GARY HARRIS PAULA HARRIS ROBERT HARRIS CHARLES HASH RHONDA HAYES RICHARD HEAD LINDA HEINMANN DAVID HENKEL MIKE HENKEL JOY HICKEY DAVID HIcIcs NEIL HIGHTOWER FAR RIGHT: EIIeen Jahn is caught in the act of sneaking a glance toward the back of the room. RIGHT: Ricky Hammer smiles for the camera. 'I92 I I In AISI? I 1 I- - 'fl I IQQgfjQ?il X 1' Q ,ICI ITTS ,ng 'iiie W 1 fi' 9 RL J, 1. If JI , ,jf AEN Q If I It , QI iff A, 'W Y?-Agia X3 I I 2 ., SQ! .Q 1 315: ? - ' I I I DDQL - I.' Lf I' I I " ,W N192 if .. I- Q f f I I - I IIRISS S AS f f I If ,IIS .IAISIAI XI I lilhlwa- 'L qi: 'fik' f 4 J 1s - I yn' I II I ,VI , 3 ,E Q pf- f X.: ' W. ,i,, J.: .v' f If f - H kt ,- an , ,. l 1' ,iw , .L 4 wr" ...I p 1 A " " -.. .-, '.s,, ,M K , 04,7-5 ,I . -FH: ,. 3 4 If A 4- ' , a-W,-s-, I fl, .If-L 'ik W I VI. ff 4' ' Iv -1I.A- - fx I' .-sI,s,. Sfudy Hall Provides Free Time if, F55 ""Mwf . D. , TI X45 I S ,ZH Ig 7' I , .K Q I "k: '.'e v-. X V V , ' i si 3 'Y 12 ' - JII 'eee ' ' ' 1 ee , .:' ' I e e 1 5 i,iH 'Z TEE sh . V ,..A , I . E . IN' I I I BeRB 1 I I I ' If S In I,,., . .. .Q-af , J"Wff1' IIC ,JKT I I ' RI i I , out I . A , I, ,, ,gg a' I x J I ,V .SJ jx P, v If .- I sm . Q.. I . -1 I BECKY HOLLIDAY GARY HOLT BILL HOUSEWORTH DAVID HOUSTON WALTER HOWELL SANDY HUCKABY RUDY HUERTA DONNA HUFF RICKY HUMPHREY DANNY HUX DAVID ISAAC ALLAN ISBELL DENNIS ISHAM DIANE JACKSON JOAN JACKSON JOHN JACKSON EILEEN JAHN TERRY JENKINS TERRY JENSON DEBBIE JESSUP BILL JOHNS ALETHA JOHNSON RICKY JOHNSON ROBERT JONES SHEILA JONES 'I9 94 Spirit Unrolls During LEETA KEELE PAULA KEY WILLIAM KILE ALAN KIMBERLIN - LVQ I BENITA KIRBY THEA KORVER I VL' i V CLIFFORD KROB JANET LAUDERDALE DON LAWRENCE - V V STEVE LAWSON LL, L'LA L,Q. 1 PERRY LAYFIELD ' MARK LEE PEGGY LEE 4 L'L, H KATIE LEWIS f ' A'II ' A LAURIE LOCKE ASON LOUVIERE JULIA LOVE MIKE LOVE CARLOS LUNA CYNTHIA MAGAR Student Activities A L A We If R' Q ...K , . Y- N L, egg: g 'tk L? L sq ,L ef 5 . Q ,L E, I RIGHT: Don Lawrence takes time out at half- time for a few laughs under the stands. FAR RIGHT: Dale Mitchusson reveals enthusiasm. Q -Q. x ii tr J: fl? I I 4 fs u w-. wg , 5. I ov- U-Qi 1 5 :R Q ' E' A I E 'aff h I ' ,.' I. .1 J, I ' in I I 'gs I J' V' ,: D- .-uw. zz - , 1, I I , 1.,,y2,5Zi,s 1 X I? I X 'Lf I 1 . A A 6 Af. 5 ' A. CAROLYN MARSHALL MIKE MARTIN REX MARTIN DENISE McBRIDE DENNIS McBRIDE GREG MCCALL MELODY MCCLURE KATIE McCOLLUM DOUG McCOWEN RODNEY McCOY 1 ,L TITT fx Q , ! Y B Q lx L XIX ini: BN X I 1 , ,IA -X ,ir t - I 5 'ful 'T' as 0 3 I ri K gg fvr ,. we-fx' 'Ta' 5 'K I 'Q aI I I xc 5 :fr 'wx 3 J W ,I . gif, V ,l lf. 5 . K' I . 1 BEVERLY MCCULLEN DEE ANN MCGIBBONEY DEBBIE McKEE JAMES MCKNIGHT DEBBIE McMANUS MOLLY McVAY TONY MEXIA SUSAN MINIX LAURENS MITCHELL DALE MITCHUSSON -if 96 RICKY MIZELL CAROLYN MONROE SUSAN MOODY DEANNA MOORE JOHN MOORE JOE MORGAN PAULA MORGAN JUNE MORRIS TERESA MORSE LUCIANO MOYA MARK MUIRHEAD PRISCILLA MUNSON PAULA MURRAY VICTOR NARVAEZ JO ANNE NEFF TINA NICHOLS DAVID NIX PAT NOLASCO KENT NORTHCUTT KATHY O'CONNER BARBARA OGDEN KAREN O'HARA DAVID O NEAL Semester Tests Strike I :Q it t V lhln I hxx f'!I 'ig Y. 'E ',,,4. JOHNIE OZYMY blz. ! Many students are caught in the act of study- ing as semester tests draw near. FAR RIGHT: Cindy Puckett ponders a thought. RIGHT: Ter- esa Morse reviews the semester's work. . . Again! f i I ff. z rs, R 's i iii ' 1' 5 xx A ' 5 I I Q if It Zz SI 2 ,A ff? X - In - A ' E - "2 . fd' s ,S -lf . 'ww Q, K nfs dxf! QQ WJJI JEAN PACE BECKY PAGITT STEVE PAINTER JACK PARKS PAT PARMA DENNIS PARROTT JANET PARTAIN JUNE PATTERSON PAUL PATTERSON PAULA PATTON MARTHA PATY EVELYN PEEPLES CYNTHIA PENA WILLIAM PENCE SUSAN PENNAL DOROTHY PERKINS LYNN PETERS DENA PHILLIPS DOROTHY PHILLIPS JOHNNY PILGREEN ROBERT PITNEY ANN PLATT DEBBIE PRICE LINDA PRICE CINDY PUCKETT 'I97 98 MICHEAL QUINN NANETTE RAYNER LISA RENSHAW KATHLEEN REYNOLDS ROBERT REYNOLDS SHIRLEY RICHARDSON DEBRA RILEY MARILYN ROAN LIBBY ROBERTSON BEV ROBINSON CARL ROBINSON HOLLI ROLLINS COLUMBIA ROSAS JANIE RUBALACAVA DEBBIE RUDDER RICKY RUSSELL SUSAN RUSSELL FREDDIE RYALS JUNIOR SANCHEZ LINDA SAWYER I Stepping Back Info Roufind After Holidays T ig W A II ef 1 . Q IIII I 2.4 3' xg I f ,USQIS U I 'A 'fl dish ' if ff 1' I I X IIE' 1 X Lx N L l , , 'L ,:,, I V2 VV . 1: I I I' Z ' ,. A 1 ? .Q - 'U 2 : ff: J' I I I I fi GARY SCHEPF DONNA SCHMITZ MIKE SCHROERS WILTON SEATON FRANCINE SENTER f.,. ,f' 2 CHAROLLOTTE scHAEER CHAROLLOTTE SCHAEER DEBBIE SHARP GAYLE SHIELDS PAUL sIsIc ' 'fEE I ' F N VICKI SMARTT 195W I ' X .ig DAVID SMITH Q ,J E EN , ' I DEBBIE SMITH ,,LI I 5. BI. BI I RANDY SMITH Xi- B' If 'L ' L ETL. W1 vw II 'wiiiiff , sstg " RICHARD SMITH egg 1 I,", 123 -.., N ., EB L kk ' LII E FAR LEFT: Libby Robertson attempts to re- , i member her locker combination following the holidays. LEFT: Donna Schmitz steps back into the course of study. '99 Inferrupfions Never Cease RALPH SNOWDEN DEANNA SPURGEON BOBBY STEGMAN SHARON STEIN RANDY STEVENS LINDA STEWARD MAX sToNE GRADY sToRM sreve STRICKLAND I JANINE sTuLL ' KATHY SULLIVAN ' I sue suTToN I ll f I JOHN swlcokn RAfERAA A MONTY SWIFT BETTY TATOM DANN TAYLOR WILLIAM TAYLOR THOMAS TEMPLETON wx :Ly "Nb fe I I 1 NN? ki , STEPHEN TERRY JAN THOMAS J"I'IlrI'II?f,.fi BILL THRELFALL I 200 ' ' dw '51, I :IS X I 4' X ,Q UN ' 'S' Q A A , I w TEA X E T , f Q.. . .A -' ' u w fra f AI- ., . ..l N 5. wk ,mfr 5, 'iii Nw A Wg , ff, I 2' sqm. 1 I wif . ..,,,3,zg-'L A 'li . v 459 .fs ,,, -Y f T . K 'v:- Vi ' A wifi, I I C , 1 f-I iv I I II I ' icq'-"Wx I S .K A W' if 5 3 f , 1 n , 2 ,2, s fx 5 ROCKY TIMMONS JOHNNY TITTLE TERRE TOLAND RUBEN TORREZ MIKE TUMENELLO RANDY TURNER KATHY VALIMONT FRANCES VASQUEZ KEN VAUGHN TERRY VAWTER VICKI VERNON THERESA VRLA JAMES WAGONER LOU ANN WAKEFIELD FRANCES WALKER SANDY WALKER TIM WALKER LES WALLACE ROBIN WALLACE TERRI WALSH TERESA WALSH CALVIN WALTMAN LEFT: Frances Vasquez questions the photog- rapher's choice. FAR LEFT: In class, Max Stone gives phoiographer the eye. RAY WARD SHEILA WARD JAMES WARMS PAMELA WARREN STEVE WATKINS JANET WATSON LINDA WATSON PAULA WATSON RICHARD WATTS DANNY WEATHERLY DENNIS WELCH CYNTHIA WELSH DAVID WHITE .IEFFEREY WHITEHORSE CHRYSA WILKSTROM Juniors Combine Scholastic an I if 1 '-Q W 39 ,I A. i, I I v., H, , I -' 'f:7L:.a4gI H A I ff: 521392 'fin kw..'w -.1 V -- , ,1-'f gi A55 ,gf .,u .A.....-v"""-fs. I nfs Q0 Q 1 www ' 2' 1Iv.g?'fT', L iiff 1, ya ,4 'kr 'Q 202 ... 59' xg . E and Social Activities OPPOSITE PAGE: Mike Carroll, Chrysa Wilk- strom and Danny Weatherly participate in discussions and review. LEFT: Stopping for a few words are Susan Russell and Beth With- ers. , I, is W L If Es-sr I O I I L sssp L I I' I Ea. .di -jg , N- +- , I s SUSAN WILKIE "'?'f"' . K, I JAMES WILLIAMS 5 f I - PATTI WILLIAMS , . ssst LILA A I , I STEVE WILLIS L BOBBY WILSON Q , CARL WILSON is A A JAMES WILSON Iff J 'I L E , JULIA WILSON , KENNETH WISE A BETH WITI-IERS I --T1 RICKY WYNN BONNIE ZIEGLER DAVID WOOD DOUG WOODALL DEAN WOODARD JOHN WRIGHT THEDA WRIGHT Sophomores W H H 1.pres. - Ronny Powers A' 2. v. pres. - Scoii Rogers 3. sec. - Corol Price 2, 4. treo. - Sheila Fischer 4, 1 - 3 C.. we A L ll I FRANK ADAMS ,, L JQN ADAMS , ..,,, I ,I SHARA ADAY MARLENE AIKEN ' , DAVID ALARID 'fr I NANCY ALLEN NINA ALLEN - 2' PATTY K. ALLEN PATTY L. ALLEN ' JAMES ALLEY 'R SUSIE ANDERSON ,L ir ig t, M33 I - RoDNEY ANDREWS 9 M K X ' S E N I ' DAVID ANDRECI-IUK K I 'hvg 'ix A If AVTVZ ll f aar , by If A I W A EME JULIE ARCHER I Q , 5-fel: 5 is ,Sa I I U A ' SUSAN ARMSTRONG I "" I EDWARD ATTEBERRY I X IQ .S BENJAMIN AVILES A I WAYNE BAETZ , ESI X III A I 'K A PHILIP BAKER U 0 Forelgn Language Courses Provlde . M1 Pleasure LEFT: The language ofthe German people seems to appeal to Susan Armstrong. 205 7- 1f 206 PAM BAKER EDWIN BALES ANNA BARBOSA RALPH BARNES LUCY BARRON DONNA BARTLETT BUTCH BAXTER SHARON BEASLEY ALBERT BECERRA DONNA BELL TERRI BEMBENEK CATHERINE BENNETT DONNA BERRIER KAREN BERRY MICHAEL BILLUPS DARLENE BINION JOHNNIE BIRDWELL CHARLES BLANCHETT JERRY BOATWRIGHT SHARON BODINE DAVID BODWELL CHRIS BONILLA RICHARD BOREN CINDY BOWERS MIKE BOYNTON an :ffl vii. Q13-ll -gg-My I f ng Q 4 ,fn 34 I Q , , E If ! . QQ E ,Y 1' x ,Mx Q Q., I. , 4 , Q I ', ji 1 f V' I I A ITII f 2 QQ .1 I gf f if lIf ,, 'A ' Q F W - EISI If M I TT.., za ,,'TT I TTTil Tw , I l5.L, I T. Twyf, 1 L 'M ' ff 4 S'I' 'l -,ui , I Y fll la Lwfgfgiwa if wwf ,a Students Toke Time To Complete Work RIGHT: Terri Bembenek busily tries to com- plete her moth homework. V 'ink ' I 1, 3 W' 1 'If L ,J 1144 ,Pl E -' W Mx M X Y M 1 . If K. 4, , I W g Q l I ' I 5 I O ls ff -,.g.,., cgi? " 5 V1 - 5. zfff ' I I 'r 'fe I A,AV A I if ,.-'3 4 , II W ' A S DON BOZMAN REGINA BRANCH MARSHA BRANDENBURG LETA BREWER .IAIMIE BRISENO MARY JO BROWN PAM BROWN PAULA BRUNKHORST KATHY BRUNS DONOVAN BRYAN DEBBIE BUNCH DIANE BURCH DAN BURGESS TIM BURRIS BETTY BUSBY LESIA BUTTS LETTY CALLEJAS BRIAN CAMPBELL KEVIN CAMPBELL TERRI CANADY DAVID CAPEHART STEPHANIE CARTER TIM CASHION NANCY CASHION 207 08 Second Year IsnW So Rough JANET CHAFIN JOHN CHALFANT KATHY CHAPEL DAVID CHRISTIANSEN BOBBY CLARKSTON CINDY CLAY ROSALYN CLINE JAMIE COFIELD DAVID COKER GLENN COLLINS NANCY CONDER MARK CONNER JAN CONNOR BOBBY COOK DEBORAH COOK JOY COOK CLIFF COOPER BEVERLY COPELAND MONI COWAN JERRY COX ROBBYE COX DONNA CRABTREE DANNY CROSBY CAROL CROWE COLLEEN CUFF , ' 4, l v-I K I J I, ,. ', . QQ, 1 I 1 ig 9 ix 5 s 2 X' 1. s L' A C 'N M if .I:f4 ?:, .. AWY . mu-,J . -be A ,M . , N If " f I A 1473 I Q '.' 22. ,I R is IW 'KI Y' All! I 'S-fi' , . XSL ,Q 1 jf 3 I I I f I A A A Yi NAI It s 'S I KENNETH CULVER TERRY CUPPERNELL RICKY DAIL LINDA DALE RICHARD DALLI DEANN DARLAND MARK DAVIS MARSHA DAVIS f I iif""Fx WALTER DAVIS A Q JERRY DAWSON .X I ?, I DEBBIE DEAL ggi- LARRY DEAN RRT' I wALDo DEES GREG DEHAES I JOHNNY DE LA TORRE E. ROBERT DE LA TORRE VICKY DENSMORE . ,D NANCY DENSMORE MIKKI DESROSIERS I ,, lgx yi , ,, DIANA DIDWAY I ,fx ff JIMMY DIMMETTE JIM DISHMAN RUSS DIXON IES JOSEPH DOXSEE CINDY DUENKEL OPPOSITE LEFT: Bobby Clarkston acts as though he is deeply involved in his scientific studies. LEFT: Larry Dean operates the proiec- tor as the rest of the class enioys films. 209 210 VICKI DULOCK BETH DUNNING . FRANK DUNNING KENNETH DURHAM DEBORAH DUTSCHMAN HARVEY EALUM DEWAYNE EDMONDSON CHARLES EDWARDS MARK EDWARDS MIKE EDWARDS STEPHANIE ELLIS DARYL EMBRY ANTHONY EMERT NINA EMERY CATANA ENGLISH DOUG EPPERSON LOUISA ESQUIVEL TERRY EVANS WILLIAM FARROW CINDY FILLMORE SHEILA FISCHER SUNDY FITZGERALD JOY FLARITY STEVE FLEER CAROL FLETCHER JOHNNY FONTANILLA DANNY FOSTER DAVID FOSTER Aff? 557-F1 mf r ,X I X X ,X , ,Q 15 K i K XZIC sf si V' I Nev. W I .SI, is in A M' M lf , , as , :f- 1, K V N wx Xa '1 .Ek . J? . ,.. 'I I Q 3' , lSf' udles Con Be Humorous Egg, 2:-h : L L A 'Q " W ' ' J 4 Q R ' ' ,A u 'nf L I Q 'fl T :Q M . " A 1' Qi A . rl lflglfwf 2 -' 'Q , 753 1 YI E? Chnl I 13 Si f ,x Sz, W5 ,gr in f - il? LEFT: Laughing at a biological ioke is Carol Gonzales. DONNA FOX JAMES GALLUP ROSA GAMEZ BRUCE GAMMON TONY GARLAND DONNA GARRETT ROBERT GATLIN PATTY GEE DANNY GEIST VAN GEREN TOMMY GILL RITA GLEGHORN ROBERT GLOVER SUE GOINS JOHN GOMEZ CAROL GONZALES RENEE GOWAN DONNA GRAHAM VICKI GRAVETTE TOMMY GREEN A 21 1 ' va 212 TONY GREEN RICKY GREGORY KENNETH GRESHAM BILL GRIDER PAM GRIDER JAUIER GUZMAN OLGA GUZMAN NANCY HAGER SUSAN HALEY DIANNA HALL LINDA HALL RANDY HALLMARK CHRIS HALSEY SUZANNE HAMILL DEBBIE HAMILTON KEITH HARDIN BECKY HARMON GARY HARRIS D'ANNE HATAWAY DEBBIE HAYES BRUCE HAYNES JAMES HEAD JEFF HEARD NEVA HEARON I A X I ff! 9 I S fgfr fv 'f1.k. A - - 1 '44 ix- I Ly? W my , 5' y A B , I y ki. 1 ,, Jlv vi: . . , V W 1' " . . 1 , w, Q ., I N,:V ,. ' " A f iz . ,.,,, I K wb U ,Eff lf gl O I - if I .45 ' .Q,If5Ik' I,' if A," 1 . IX if ff 'R Y ' ai X Q f 9' S 4 I? If Ig, g g A BAB A -' I Learning Includes Dancing I . JOE HENDERSON MIKE HERNANDEZ LAURA HERRON DAVID HICKS JOHN HIGGINS SANDY HIGH CHERYL HILL MARTIN HILL DARYL HINDMAN NORMAN HOCK DEBBIE HODGES JONI HOLDERMAN DEBBIE HOLLINGSWORTH KAREN HOLLINGSWORTH EVELYN HOLT DEBRA HORN ORVAL HORN MIKE HURTADO SHERRY HUSBAND GILBERT HUTCHINS JOANNE HUTSON BECKY HUX VICKEY JACKSON GREG JAYNES SHARON JARRETT LEFT: Karen Hollingsworfh cIev 1 forms u quaint folk dance. erIy per- 213 FRANK JENKINS MIKE JENKINS DAN JENSON JAMES JESSUP SHARON JETER KATHY JOHNS BOBBY JOHNSON GARY JOHNSON LIANE JOHNSON LYNN JOHNSON HOWIE JONES SHERRY KANE MARK KEATTS RICHARD KEE TERRI KEE ROBERTA KEEFE GLENN KEELIN DENNIS KEETH DAVID KILLIAN RANDY KING SUSAN KING JERRY KINSEL JOHN KIRBY CHARLES KIZZIAR TERRY KNIGHT RIGHT David Killian pufienily waits for Ihe long day to come to cn close. FAR RIGHT The freckled grin of Marilyn Loffon shines through fhe auditorium. , in 4' 3 YF Z 1 ff X . I I 'Jn 54 'sf Q. I 1152 fy ky? , L .K ,. 'sei q To Relax 4 FL A ' ff If A t t 1 J N . ,, ,I I YY I I I ., -JI f . 1 X V- in f I 5 S I XXX I ' ..-I J I I ' JY QI fi ? S 5- SPM '24 3 Y 2-ff I wx I -'31 may a9,'2f,'kz' :St ,, um Sophomores Find Time DAVID KRUEGER CHUCK LAMBERT JOHN LAMBERT QUAIDA LAMBERT VICTOR LAMBERT CAROLYN LANCASTOR SHELBY LANKSTON LONNIE LAVENDER DAVID LAWSON PAM LAYE CHARLES LEE JANET LEES CHARLOTTE LEFTWICH PHYLLIS LEGATE MICHELLE LEWIS PATSY LEWIS SUSAN LEWIS TIM LINDAMOOD BRUCE LINDEN CHERYL LINSLEY SUSAN LLOYD MARILYN LOFTON EDDIE LONDT GLENDA LONG JOY LONG 2 r 216 RIGHT: Tommie Long begins Ihe daily load of work assigned Io him. FAR RIGHT: Drivers Ed seems to have o laughing effect on Bev- erly Mizell. Another Day of Work TOMMIE LONG ,Q GARY LOYD RANDALL Lovn DEBRA MACK PHIL MAMMEN JILL MANER PAUL MANNING LINDA MARLOWE LAJUANA MARSHALL PAUL MARTIN MARGARET MARTINDALE ROWENA MARVIN WAYNE MASHBURN TOM MATERNOWSKI HARVEY MATTOX SANDRA MAYFIELD LT! " 1 Q na ,,. 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Happiness Is: The End of The SCOTT PROUDFOOT ANN PUCKETT GERRI RANDLE VINCENT RANGEL DARRELL RATHBURN RON REAVES GAIL REDDING JUDY REED THOMAS REEDER RICHARD REESE BECKY REEVES ESTER RESENDEZ STEVEN REVELL FRANCES REYNOLDS KEITH RICE CINDY RICHARDS RENEE RIDDLE PENNY RIEDEL JONI RIGGS REBECCA RIGGS RENETTA RITTER TINA ROBERTSON SANDRA ROBINETTE ROBBIE ROBINSON KATHRYN RODRIQUEZ Dciy LEFT: Anticipation for the 3:45 bell brings a smile from Gerrie Randle. 219 MIKE RODRIGUEZ GARY ROGERS SCOTT ROGERS SUSAN ROGERS LEANN ROSE BRENDA ROSHTO MICHELLE RUSSELL VICKIE RUSSELL RENEE RYDER BILL SADDLER MONA SADDLER BRUCE SANDERS JESUS SANDOVAL KAY SARGENT DALE SAUCIER LARRY SAULTER CHRISTIE SAVAGE BOB SCHULER THENA SCHUMACHER RODNEY SELMAN PAT SHANAHAN JIM SHANZ CURTIS SHIFLET KATHY SHOTWELL AMELIA SILLER RANDY SIMMONS RUSSELL SIMS RICKY SINCLAIR RICHARD SKEENE KENNETH SLOAN JAMES SMALL CLAYTON SMITH JOHN SMITH KAREN SMITH KIM SMITH gg lv A V if I' I gzjw' ,F RLS L CW T A- VYQ , W, I W: M Ag ' '45 N, "Chc1IIenges' Awcaif Sophomores LEFT: Typing I proves fo be c challenge for Brian Stowell. PAUL SMITH VICKIE L. SMITH JAMES SNEED CHARLOTTE SNOW xml 'A sb i x, ,,,,f , w I f 2 Af .1 , I aI 55' DAVID SOUTHWELL BEVERLY SPENCE LADONNA SPLAN DEBRA SPURGEON MONTE STAFFORD ROBIN STANCIL GARY STANLEY TINA STANLEY RICKEY STARNES AMY STEVENSON PAM STEVENSON DEBRA STEWART JEANNICE STEWART DEBBIE STOJANIK BRIAN STOWELL ALLAN SULLIVAN SHERRI SULLIVAN VICKIE SUTTON JAN TARBUTTON DALYNN TAYLOR T 221 v- Y-Y--Y RIGHT: Wende Waters wonders what to do os she faces the nexI queshon DEBBIE TAYLOR MISSY TAYLOR PAT TAYLOR SANDRA TAYLOR MIRIAM TERRY JOHN THORNQUIST JIMMY TREVINO DEBBIE TRUITT VALERIE TURNER KIRK TYER CHARLOTTE UNDERWOOD TINA VAN BLARCUM BILL VITA RONNY WADE SUSAN WADSWORTH DENISE WAGNER ANDY WALKER DUGAN WALKER STEVE WALKER LINDA WALLACE ROBERT WALLACE DEBRA WARD NADRA WARD DEBRA WARDLOW BOBBY WASSERMAN WENDE WATERS DAVID WATSON RAY WATSON SHERRY WATSON TERRI WATSON 222 L 'ft A , U it X ' I A ' i g, J A I. I . . 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Trea. - Chgrlyn McGill fl I ':v v' N -ci I L'L' I f lv l -- ' - i Vv - X at Ig! gi X xv ., A ag Q 11-I I if , 'a . t ., 7 N X iff: p . .1 .,- - f ...gl 1, Jr. jj ,L fi ir' ' ' T . 452. , L iiifffli z"'4 ' Xi MIKE ADAMS DAVID AKINS BOBBY ALLEN WENDY ALLEN HELEN AMADOR SANDY AMASON BARBARA ANDREWS TERRIE ANDREWS JODIE ARMSTRONG MELBA ASKEW LESLIE ASKINS RONALD ATTEBERRY ANGUS AUTRY ROBERT BACAK MELISSA BAILEY JOHNNIE BAKER AMY BALES ROBERT BANKSTON RACHEL BARBER DEAN BARNETT eshmen Perplexed by Equations. LEFT: Sihing bewildered, Wendy Allen Iries Io figure out those darn algebra equafions. 226 DAPHNE BARTON DENISE BARTON DONNA BATES DENISE BEASLEY A JOHN BELL CAROL BENNETT VICKI BENNETT BRUCE BENTON BRIDGET BERGER RONALD BILLEY JOHNNY BIRDWELL BOBBY BISHOP RUBY BLACK RALPH BLACKERBY NORMAN BODINE NITA BONILLA SHELLY BORDEN ALMA BOREN HOWARD BOREN JOHN BOREN CHARLOTTE BRANDENBU RG CROCKETT BRANT GARY BRANTLEY STEVE BRAY New Challenges Ari N 1 -Sw, ff 5 A ' . Sf, W 1' ff-Q xg A Wm 1 J, M ' l iii M' ! if , 1 ' Li If ,l ,A A We' T 1 "'- -, Lif as f.iE:iMfT , 'X ,,,T -" f-WN' ' I A . ji - Si J J 'fix E at 'TF' .1 ,f 5' 0 I fag, iq Y, 2 I Y, W1 jkefg, L 43 - 14 3 , , nk I 51' , 4 .N 1 , '. H 2 1 ' " T , L 4 .P-I 3' . fl , I'5 1 , I A , - , 5,4 rg: f ' " I I X, i n v'.Q'. .IQ3'H LEFT: Debra Buffington opens an oven door Io gaze of her creation in Homemaking I. . e .3 'uf 'V iYX ! '1x I 4, 1 I 16? V,-f .1 . I V. ', ,,g.M :g g IQ , 5 'Q I 'I fsfqzfffsx e if-T-ze X Tl f 51fs:I1?:1.-ffl-if5531111-sif. ,V or QT? R' A f 2, ' Q 1 - A AA e A 1 E I, I I in U h yi' M1 - C55-f5fc,O 1 CINDY BRIDGES LARRY BRIDGES STEVEN BRIDGES ARNOLD BROTHERS BETTY BROUGHTON CATHY BROWN RICHARD BROWN ROGER BROWN DARRELL BRUCE KAROL BRUNS SUSAN BRYAN RICKY BUCHER DAVID BUCK DEBRA BUFFINGTON ROBERT BUNCH STANLEY BURTON SHERRY BYERS DEE CAIN LYNN CAISON DAREN CARAWAY MALCOLM CARPENTER DAVID CARRY DON CARRY DENISE CARVER RICKY CASBEER TROY CASON' ANDY CASTER 227 2 GORMAN CATES BRENDA CAVIN JOHNNY CHANCE NORMAN CHANDLER JOE CHAPMAN KAREN CHARLTON MICHAEL CLARK BRENDA CLARKSTON GRACE CLEMENTS MARY CLOY VICKI COACH DEBRA COKER MARY COLCHIN RANDY COLLARD RICKY COLLIER JIM COLLINS SHERRY COOK PATRICIA COOPER SHEANA COSPER CHARLES COTHRAN 1 L .fi ia E48 1 , "- ,,,k Y a 1- , f 1' I I ' I J'-at . . A , Z . ,- fzfmlf ' Mafi' Q f A I A I 'VV Q wr Il. ,,,, , 6 ,I , ., A V. IL I Q 'Y :Q 'Y W JW! .491 if , x Lyn f,-MQ, ,R , + ,f ' - ,QV was .I ,W ,f 6 42 ff, 9' f X AX .rf V' fuel? K s 4 . I I Q l,,..v fx!!! 2 ' Q'L!II r ,ea . I ' kv I ix A LEFT: With c big smile, Donny De Lo Torre admits school might not be so bad after all. LOWER LEFT: Charles Cothron, with the back of the room to himself, finds nothing to do but study. reshmen Enjoy School TERRY COTTLE zz - gg' A sAM coTToN L GLENN cRADDocK fi ik GLEN CREAGER SHEILA CREECH L '12 L xX.1"..1 iv 1451" BRYAN CRIPPEN JERRY CRITZ ROBERT CRITZ J JERRY cRoss . :aw 1.1: .ij Y f422?"" CAROL CUNNINGHAM A ? L Q-A EDDIE DALLI gf of MARK DAMAN DWAIN DARLAND A ' LARRY DAVIS MARY DAVIS DEBBIE DAVISON VICKI DELANE 'Q' DANNY DE LA TOORRE X is CINDY DELMAR , '-L .E KATHY DERINGTON ,ALY ' AA'i' I 229 BRUCE DERR CHRISTINE DEVERS TERRI DEWBERRY MYRIAM DIAZ KIMBERLY DICKSON TODD DIMSDALE WAYNE DOBBS LANETTE DOSSETT LANITA DOSSETT PAM DOTSON STANLEY DOUGLAS KEVIN DRAPER MIKE DREHER BOBBY DRIVER KEN DRYSDALE BRUCE DUCKWORTH CARMEN DUCKWORTH MIKE DUFFY RONNIE DULWORTH SUSAN DUNCAN RANDALL DURHAM BRENDA DUVALL CHRIS EARL RILEY EASTER BEVERLY ECHOLS ANITA EDWARDS ROY EDWARDS LEE EHEMANN MICHELLE ELDRIDGE JACKIE ELLINGSON MARK ELLIOT TERESA ELLIS KENNETH EMPEY CATHY ENGEL THOMAS EPPERSON SYLVIA ESQUIVEL 230 Differenf Faces for Differenf Mood: L. mf ., K il. 3 fffijm I 2 x K f' 9-SMI' ., f 4, I I I "E- -ff Bw 1 I, Q QI, 5 fi ft , I . 1 TSW MJ ' 4413. .sf . . -S. I V f BECKY EVANS ' ' ' LAURA EVANS 'Q RENEE EVANS . si-IELLI EVANS I DAVID EVINS at if , L ae v wr 6' J I VVAV I 'W' ef . I . VVV,Q ,C I X A'AAA VVVAVVVVVVVAV VVVVJQ Q A .X I ' if Zi- 4 IEEIIL g 'wif I if I I .I I 9 I STEVEN EVINS FRANK FAIL LES FARISH LINDA FEELY STEVE FERRO WILLIAM FEW CLARK FINDLEY LYN FISHER CHARLES FITZGERALD BRIAN FLAHERTY ABOVE: Clark Findley stops to laugh at a friend's joke. LEFT: Pausing a moment, Brian Flah- erty attentively listens to in- structions before finishing his assignment. 32 RIGHT: Glancing at The front blackboard, Chrislie French takes a look ai 1omorrow's homework. LOWER RIGHT: Reflecting on Ihe day's activi- ties, Cherri Haley smiles. Looking Forward To The Future DOUGLAS FLOURNOY DEBRA FORBUS DIANE FRANKS THOMAS FREEMAN CHRISTIE FRENCH MARY FRIEMEL JOSEPH FRITZ RICHARD FURGERSON SANDRA FURGERSON CELESTE GABEL MARILYN GAINES RAYMOND GAINES MARY ANN GAITAN ROSEMARY GALLAGO DELORES GARCIA JOHN GARCIA RICHARD GARCIA JOHN GARDNER HAROLD GARLIN LEZLIE GARMS 5 I qw ' X Is. Av 'Q I I 40' S L , . , I.. 4' -A Aw. J ' I . Ki wx . 3,14 IIAA I .M J A ,I ax , L C .K I I I I if . if I ting The Post STEVE GEER JO GENTRY KEN GEORGE RHONDA GIBSON FERRELL GOLDEN JOE GONZALES MARY GONZALES PAMELA GOODMAN BRENDA GRAHAM MIKE GRAHAM CHARLES GRANGER STEVE GRANTLAND DANIEL GREEN DAVID GREEN MELINDA GRIGGS RICHARD GRIMES CALVIN GRUBBS DENNIS HAGAN CHERRI HALEY DENNIS HALEY 233 DARLA HALFORD ' STEVE HARDEE DIANA HARGIS KATHY HARLESS TOBY HARMON THOMAS HARRINGTON JOE HARRIS KATHY HARRIS SHARON HARRIS JOHN HARRISON VICKY HART JOHN HATRIDGE VINCENT HEIMANN STEVE HENDRIX JOE HERNANDEZ COLENE HIGHTOWER JERRY HILL LAURA HILL DELAIN HINCH GABRIEL HINOJOSA GEORGE HINOJOSA CARLA HOBDY CLAY HOLDERMAN KEVIN HOLIDAY RIGHT: Putlently siandmg an Ime Thomas Harrington WGITS Io purchase a fight nbbon 234 reshmen Take Time To Show Spirit Z' . I , uf, 4.43 'I L15 W' 1 yt f X 3 'I X . H , ' r 42 I f A 'Q r' f 6 53 , T ix -1 4 -xxx I L 499 4125 R51 I Aff: ,V -C37'J 2 I . . .wwggt G , 4. 'Mg . f 3' is -Qi? I , gf 915, I 2 I . Isl I- ,vnu-mufi' If 'wit 4 .4 ...yi ijwgppgf. ,Q M , iii 5 1 I ki ' if x Q lk I IXI3 i ,E ANDY HOOVER NANCY HOPE CARL HOUSE DONNA HOUSTON LINDA HOWELL BRUCE HOWIE DON HUDSON RITA HUERTA BRENDA HUFF LAURA HUFFMASTER TERRY HUFFMASTER MIKE HUTCHISON LEE HYNES TERRI INMON EDDIE IVINS SUE JACKSON CHARLES JARRETT GREG JAYNES TEX JENNINGS DENISE JETTON CHARLES JOHNS ANN JOHNSON BOBBY JOHNSON RANDY JOHNSON ROSS JOHNSON KENNETH JONES SUSAN JONES THERESA JONES DEBBY KEANE DAVID KEATTS RICHARD KEELE ANDREW KELLY KAREN KELLY BRENDA KEMP DEBRA KEMPER RUSSELL KENNEDY 235 236 NELSON KIEFFER CAROL KILE JULIE KILMER CINDY KING LYNNE KING BECKY KIRBY RANDY KIZZIA ARTHUR KLASSEN MARK KNITTLE MARTIN KNITTLE KATHY KROB DOROTHY KUHN STEVE KUHN STANLEY LAMB DARRELL LAMBERT HARRELL LAMBERT JANET LAMERE KIM LAMSENS NETTA LANDRUM PAUL LANDRY f ff' .I if .V fait, 5 V9- I I 0 MX UPPER RIGHT: In his English class, Donny Leroy gets involved in a discussion. RIGHT: Randy Kizzio seems baffled by the periodic Ioble. E 'Es Y L , ,f if A W . "- .3 fl 573' wwf f s ' 3' L X I 1 V k r K :j f A v , T ' I Wag 1 I fr I .A S fl' JL, 'i ii 1 ffyjf '25 gli: :I 'LQ ' ' A . I a, 4 9' - f p I I fn, W f H1 "-' I Y , ' X , j if 4 I I 4 I I:reshmen Become Aware of the Need for Study BILLY LARGE CHARLES LAUDERDALE RAMONA LAUENZANA PHILLIP LAWRY MARRION LEDBETTER DAWN LEE RICHARD LEGATE AMY LEIBENSBERGER LARRY LENNOX SIDNEY LENNOX DONNY LEROY BRANT LEROY BOBBIE LEWIS DON LIGHTFOOT DON LINDIG RON LINDIG DAVID LINDSEY LYNN LITTLE REX LOONEY PAULINE LOPEZ 237 BELOW: Vivian Lydia concentrates on her books fo keep those good grades coming in. RIGHT: Denise Marquefie seems Io agree that much hard work is the way Io scholastic success. if 238 ERNIE Love 5, WVMNLYMA QQQQQ, DANNY LYON I LAQUITA LYNCH , MICHAEL MACK t ' MARC MADISON BRUSE MANSON MARLA MARNEY DENISE MARQUETTE BILLY MARTIN JANET MARTIN RACHEL MARTIN RICKY MARTIN JOCELYN MARVIN TERRY MAYHALL hi ,Z ,QE 5 eg If If if TAN 5 1- si 6021 " , I 5 fr f Ki I SAQ, I1 rlcard Work Lecads Io Scholastic Success I I I d' . -,,,, I Is f . 'v A 2 .1- . W -5 Y Y A A 5 IIS 4 - ' 1 Y 2. .wwf X Xa . ea Q' '-f.I?P' 'X S I mb- I ,S ,' fs,-, ax. . x Y X 1Q""l X . I I X fi, 1 j I ies, ' .K '1"' I YI Yi qwxf - I 1 scssc fi Y . ,5 35 PEGGY Mccmusrem JERRY MCARTHuR MIKE McBRIDE SHERI MCCASLIN rem MCCASLIN TOMMY MCCLELLAN LESA McCLURE JANET McCORKLE RONNIE McCORKLE JACKIE McCOY KIM McCURDY LISA McCURRY ANNETTE MCDONALD BELINDA McGILL CHARLYN McGILL MARLA McGLONE SCOT MCLAUGHLIN PAUL McLEMORE KAREN MEADOWS CONNIE MEDLOCK RICKI MEEKS GEROME MERRIMAN CHARLES METZ MICHAEL METZ JO METZGER LARRY MEYER JANICE MILLER KAREN MILLER SHARON MILLER BARBARA MINOR JANENE MITCHELL JANICE MITCHELL CLAY MONEY ANNA MOON BILL MOON HAROLD MOORE 239 MELODY MOORE RONALD MOORE ELLEN MORELAND LINDA MORGAN DIANE MORRIS LYNN MORSE RUSSELL MORSE JANET MOSLEY JOE MOYA SHAUN MULLIN MARY MUNSON CINDY MURPHEY JODIA MURPHY SUSAN MURPHY WILLIAM MURPHY ZEBRAH MUSICK MICKY NARVAEZ DON NELSON JAMES NELSON VICKI NELSON Keeping Mind on School 1 I 3.1! 2 R I x ,Q ' 1: A A. N 11 ' iv -ul.: . , -'iieazzasf f , Ig' - J X rx 3 Kr P A W -It Q an Q '. X i I R. 'XQ- . f- , 4 ai 5 I 1 X Q W , ,5 .' I - I QE 1 1 , I A Ili If if, fig Sometimes Impossible ,.:I,, .. dayd reams. LOWER LEFT: Joe Moya tries to conceal his amusement while his classmates work. LEFT: While the teacher lectures, Kyle Northcutt A so W .1 I . I j-si wx Q sll ' if! .L ,Q A f If r I ,L I FH si X' I QV? I f' ,X i Ai, ix iff, ,V A 1 . g , XM I I rrroo EDNA NERIO BARRY NEWMAN DON NEWMAN JERRY NEWMAN JERI NICHOLS MILLIE NICHOLS DONNA NICHOLSON CLYDE NOAH ROBERT NOEL MADELYN NORMAN GARY NORRIS KYLE NORTHCUTT KAREN O'CONNELL ROBERT OLAGE CHERYL OLIVER REFUGIO OROZCO LYDIA OVERLAND ERNEST OWENS ROBERT OWENS GARY OZYMY BEVERLY PACE JOHN PALMER KATHY PANNELL MELANIE PARKER CAROLYN PARKS CHERYL PATRICK DARYL PAULSON JONI PEDIGO CHERI PETERS KATHY PETERS JAMES PICKETT JERRY PINCKARD ROBERT PITTMAN JAMES PLATT LESLIE POWER BILL PRICE JEFF PRINCE CYNTHIA PROUDFOOT DORIS PRUITT MARTHA PRUITT JANET PUCKETT TAMMY RAMSDEN PAT RANDLE RANDY RANDLE KATHY RANGE DEBORAH REDDING KEVIN REDDING 242 ' 'L." , i s VV , I , I " , . 3 'Q , 3 H I , w. I , .' 5 ":, A il zww , f ,,. . I- ,..- W' ' A " '+I ' 3 ELI '3 3 if , I I I ,V Q 5 ljwiif ,N Q S. -,Milf J Hi f lk, . 2 -am fl I .W '41, 4 A-f ,' fx. -JLVIQFL I EH 1 ' I I , jf L fVQ-V is T'I, I , fli er - A ' fi A me Q "1'r""f nl f.4?"1 , I Vg llama LIZ RIGHT: Wilh pencil in hand, Cheryl Patrick prepares to take notes. UPPER RIGHT: Kath- leen Rushing smiles after finally completing her homework. BRENDA REECE RANDY REECE LLOYD REED TIMOTHY REMLEY RANDY RENO JOHN REYNOLDS BRUCE RICHARDSON LOUIS RICO PAM RIDDLE SANDY RIDDLEHOOVER BEAUX RILEY MARIA RIOJAS ROSEMARY RIOJAS GEORGE RISS SANDRA ROBBINS TERESA ROBERSON MANUEL RODRIQUEZ KENNIE ROLLINS SHEILA ROSHTO VALERIE ROSS DAVID ROUSE ANNA RUBIO KATHLEEN RUSHING ERVIN RUSNAK PAULA RUSSELL RANDY RUSSELL 243 244 MARK RUTHERFORD STEVE RUTLEDGE KENNETH RYLANT BRENDA SAMPSON RONALD SAMPSON CARL SANDBERG JAMES SANDERSON TOMMY SANFORD JOHN SARANDIS BONNIE SATTERFIELD FRANK SAUCEDO LEIGH SAUER CINDY SCHENKLER RANELL SCHWARZKOPF DAVID SCRUGGS CAROLYN SEAGO KAREN SENSTOCK PATRICK SENTER DEBBIE SHAFER VICKI SHEARER New Learning Experiences I I enee fi' ff Jlt leel sk ' XL I f e I ein, . yy ,I 1. 59-12, 'T . . L Y we . . . . 1 - Q I Y ez, .I , ' wig I g r ,, K ,. -1 - Q- . v ws, 35:1 I --' r-- W- '4 -- mn -, .. u -1:-, fx, v Q I . X H ,QF S SQ A Q. ! A Q55 W NE ' N E gg lt ' 1 K I 1 I gy L E., xx . L., ,. 3,3 n v.Mx . . ' M f - s if , ., Se'n I Tis, Bene A A i iee ' CeN I I I i is -03 Q viz 1 nC x I ,Abi 5 k I' F ng, X Y I A 43 I Mx LN gfhixy .'.,..1, I ',.fP'-'I-.iwfsgw ,017 'QQ ff if n gif, I , S' qfifcwglfsfig A Q2 ff, u A. ' K I V47 ' ' . F .f , .. I , ' .221 , ,-n I 6' J, '.,. , L . ax If fy 4 . -- ' i ' xy 5 1 -I fy A X'-5 I - -IAQ A 1: K I + L. . T' 'E rf., ', ' " -4 , Y ' IV x.'i'ff,Muw:J' ,.fff"',, ,I I '-. 1 "f I A ' 4 1' -Q 'M' Ju ' T Jsmlflf :onfront Freshmen .4145 DALE SHIELDS ' ' BILLY SHIPP L A-4 If A 7 CECIL SHOEMAKER MICHELLE SHORB DAVID SHOUP X .a MIKE SHRUM I we 2 Q. CARMEN SILLER I' BECKY SKAGGS RICKY SKAGGS KIM SKEENE GARY SKINNER JANET SLATON TERESA SMART CYNDI SMITH DOUG SMITH EDA SMITH ELLEN SMITH RHONDA SMITH RONNIE SMITH SAMMY SMITH UPPER LEFT: Patrick Senter looks at the board as Chuck Fitzgerald tries to finish an assignment in science. LEFT: Cecil Shoemaker tries to look studious for his Algebra teacher. 245 TESSIE SMITH MARGIE SNOW INDIA SNOWDEN PAT SPARKS MIKE SPEAKER DAVID STALEY DENISE STANLEY MARCIA STANLEY VALERIA STANTON JIMMIE STEPHENS NATALIE STEPHENSON ROBERT STEVENSON TAMMY STICE VELINDA STINSON STACY STONE TRACY STONE CATHY STORY KEITH STORY ERNEST STRICKLAND LISA STRICKLAND TERRY STROHL ANDREW SULLIVAN DELORES TAMAYO SHERRY TAYLOR BRENDA THOMAS NANCY THOMAS TOMMY THOMPSON BOBBY TITTLE LEO TORRES RONALD TORRES ALLAN TRAUGHBER MARK TREVINO CAROLE TUMINELLO LYN TURNBO ALTON TURNER DAWN TURNER 246 Being cu Freshman Isn'T All That Bc R .,, S E? .VIH I A VL ,I Q L I A 1'.I I '- ' I ESST fme,,Q,S 1 f TSTS K Lk I R K A M Yi?'l'ki f'iY V1 Sa V' " My " I I S,TTT ,,, 3, L Vzzi V3 S Jw H . ' - 4 w ' , I "":'I fl Y SIIT I A 9' A A i . I: :X , 5, ,fAT 3 ,. E? VL7 5,45 ! 74 4 . ' fx., i- - All A Q, Q . ' , if A Lf' E -pm' iw' X T I ' rw xl? 1 1- I T . I "-2' L , xx x- V A E , X i' A W 1 If 1, , E455 T ITS I i a' 1 xg' ' f W 42 1 x ,v l A tru , X 1 1 I I 453 I f T V I Y ,KY L. 35 JW , , +A 'T ,WJ , 5 B--A :I T UP gk ,A ,. . , . x f I , .' X, A .. V , H f , ., I - 9 I V' I . k , C, - . gg' ., 4. " 1 ' , I I j?5?'??"fr ,'L5Q'!-1 ,, aff: gy,-iqmgegggv. .5141 I . zffxzszsf2ie:-fined I I P212 x -I B 1 . 1, vw I I A 1, if 'WF qt ,,, 4 I 2 Mr b l V i ,::E,.1:. A : Iv a 7 3 52353 ' g ' W' ' f fl' fiwvww. I X 13 ' ' L5 'E ,115 I ,If , .X I ,, . LEFT: Angela Wagner seems to enioy being a freshman at Nimitz. BRENT UNDERWOOD TRACY UNDERWOOD RANDY USSERY OREN VANCE RONNIE VANDERGRIFF DIXIE VANDERBURG MARTHA VELA .IIMMY VEST DANNY VINCENT CHARLES VOELKER LANNEY WADE VACHELLE WADE LARRY WADSWORTH ANGELA WAGNER LINNIE WALLACE BILLY WALLS DONNA WALTMAN JAMES WARD THOMAS WARDLOW BONNIE WARING MARK WARREN MIKE WARREN DAVID WASSERMAN KENNETH WATSON 247 248 TOM WATSON RAYMOND WATTS STEVEN WATTS LESLIE WEATHERS DORIS WEAVERS GINGER WEIR CALVIN WEISE LEE WEISS JEFF WELCH CONNIE WELLS KAREN WELLS BRENDA WETSEL DODIE WHERRY VICKI WHITAKER CINDY WHITE DONA WHITE MIKE WHITE HELEN WILCOX JAMES WILKENSON CATHY WILLIAMS RIGHT: Jeff Ieocher for Wiff hurries , 5, Q, .j, "'f, Alii my Ivql I ,IA Q "T - A , N I f I x v 1 fi iw, uf I' f h A Q ff ' , ss. ' if I WI 5 ' if 5 1 T 6 L IE ff' fl! r , :wr 'T fi 4 wah 'ir 'ing' 5 I Welch doesn't mind being the o change. UPPER RIGHT: Gary to finish his homework. ime Spent Studying Benefits Students I 5 If .. . ' ' I YL , Y jg , ,, ,' 4 " L I . - ,, rm v- Q, L . HMA Tw, J, A -ng, i 5. ,QI , 1' ,. 2, -1, gg .I L .4 f ...4 ft-5' , R? I Q Y , . N., ,-fr I , ft 2 HI . I ,fe I W. u xj CHRISTY WILLIAMS TONY WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILLINGHAM ANDREW WILLIS SUE WILLIS RUSSELL WILLOUGHBY BOBBY WILSON DAVID WILSON RICHARD WISE ROGER WISE GARY WITT DEBBIE WOERNER KATHY WOOD RUSSELL WOODALL DEBBIE WORKMAN KATHY WYNN GLORIA YBARRA KATHLEEN YOUNG ROXIE ZIEGLER TERRI ZINN 249 x, ST ff Randy Sfipes Captain of Our Ship, Admiral Tom Chandler Principal Honored in Dedication Ceremonies After many years of being a coach, vice-principal, and principal, Mr. Chandler has earned the re- spect of many people. Being named an Admiral of the Texas Navy dur- ing dedication ceremonies this year has proven it. With his desire to help understand young people, he has found o place in all of the Viking's hearts. Mr. Chandler, being with some of us six yrs., knows pretty well what to expect from us. He al- ways took an active interest in school activities, and defended our school whenever it needed to be. When praising was in order, he was first in speaking up. No one person could love the pupils and faculty of Nimitz more than Mr. Chandler. We, the Valhalla Yearbook Staff, wish to express our deep and sin- cere appreciation for everything he has done. Assistant Principal Has Various Jobs As Ass't. Principal, Mr. Darland is responsible for the disciplinary problems of the upper-classmen that arise during the day. He makes sure that everyone does his iob and that the day goes smoothly. He should be recognized for his work. Mr. Winn Handles Duties of Vice Principal Mr. Winn manipulates the activi- ties of the under-classmen. He takes care of the younger wrong-doers and advises them on how to get the most out of life in future years. .He attempts to help out when possible. 56 Mr. Everett, Mrs. Sanborn Work Hard To Aid Students Writ Carla Sanborn Bill Everett Mr. Everett has the responsibility of handling the younger students of the school. He has a busy schedule, keeping the bookroom and lost and found department, but he still has the energy and pride to get involved in school acitivities. As Dean of Women, Mrs. Carla Sanborn supervises the actions and the dress of girls at school. She also sets up the weekly calendar, sched- uling pep rallies, assemblies, class meetings and other activities. '31, W' Girl Fridays Render Assistance to School 'N-e vw -:EQ Tw- -.its ,HM Plaski, Nell McPherson, Gerry Armstrong, Ruth Ernst, Kathryn Clyatt, Ann Hataway, Yvonne Bessie Sargent, Dorothy Reeves, Audel Cashion, Barbara Pickhard, Jackie Mayberry The office staff keeps attendance of each student. They help new stu- dents get acquainted with the sur- roundings and help visitors feel at ease by greeting them with a smile. Mail, attendance rolls, and pertinent material are put in the teachers mailboxes by these ladies. Every day they listen to many different ex- cuses given to them by absent or tardy students. The nurse, Mrs. Pickhard, coordi- nates her work with the office ladies by determining if a student is sick enough to go home. She gives a feeling of warmth and under- standing as ill students enter the warm atmosphere of her office. The information she has obtained was really appreciated by many people. 257 Counselors Help Confused Students Melbo Woodson Athlynn Butler l Counselors help students with col- lege and iob planning, scheduling, and educational requirements. Their library, located between their of- fices, includes college information und materials used in the planning of college courses and credits. Guidance Given to Students by Helpful Counselors l l l l Lee Thompson +1 ' 1--,,,, ,--"' . -mda Staggs 259 Lunch Ladies Prepare Food for the Hungry - - ii 260 ,Aw 5 ...f l ar 'WSEVZ , b ' all J I . S . . vi ,,-, , f ?msx.rg 1' 1 " '.." 1 -- 9 X? M I t i xg, if rrr. are in X ll ' V ll: BACK ROW: Thelma Huckaby, Jean Dozier, Evelyn Pecikonis, Glyndel Zablosky, Edith Burrow, Roberta Fly, Reeves, Pat Garrett, Betty English. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Deaver, Martha Willis, Ruth Gormley, Cora Cherry, Helen Smith, Emma Isabell. x , LF Jean Longhofer, Betty Kruger, Evel IACK ROW: John Bartley, Melton Cunningham, Louis Gardner, Walter Davis, Earl Wall, Bud Stoval, Hollis McLain iRONT ROW: John Young, Betty Higdon, Quita Pearce, Lois Cates, Ruby Sfoval, Dora Caster X Lis LN If X lv' Y . Maintenance Keeps NHS in Good Shape 1 x V K. 1 L ig 261 Dr. Townley Keeps School System in Order fee . Joe Cossel J. L. Hughes chool Board Sets Rules To Be Followed Richard Bates, Chuck Dykes, Richard Banowsky, Secretary, John Stipes, Vic P d f J R Neree, President, Frank Maykus, H. L. Watkins. Arthur Casey James Day Pat Hawkins 26 64 FcJcuI'I'y Teachers are to be congratulated for their magnificent work here at Nimitz High. Their outstanding work and participation in school events has made them "No. T" in the hearts of their students. Numbering 89 in all, they play a maior role in the operations of our school. M KX Q X ng Sig 'S S f' t Q iES bald i fmt-4 if t .ff ' 5 Efff fi M Teachers Play Major Role in Daily Routines 2 l i s we if , K fb if 'X Q tix it 266 ommercicil Arts enetit Students Mrs. Mary Butts lTyping I, Business Law, Clerical Practicelg Mrs. Charlotte Hughes lTyping I, Gen. Businesstp Mrs. Eloise Wimbish lTyping 2, Short- handli Mrs. Frances Young lTyping I, Bookkeepingl. Commercial Arts are beneficial to students in many ways. They have o chance to see and work with secre- tarial activities and the such. De- cisions are often made for future use. 267 Mrs. Dinah Bleau lEngIisl1 2 and 3lp Mrs. Gladys Hill lEngIish 1 and Boakke inglf Mrs. Helen Ledgerwood lEngIish 4 and Practical Englishlg Mrs. Lindsey lEnglish 2 and Journalismlp Mrs. Romilda Morris lEnglish ll, Mrs zanne Muchmore lEnglish Up Mrs. Ann Phillips lEngIish 215 Mrs. Francine lEngIish 415 Miss Barbara Seale lEnglish ll. faaswawayp 68 Mrs. Pam Sibley lEnglish l and 215 Mrs. Ellen Voelzlze lEnglish 315 Mrs. Gail Witt lEngIish Al, Mr. Joe Wood lEngIish 3 and Athleticsj. Teachers Explore English English teachers explore vocabu- lary, literature, and grammar with their students. As a required subiect, it helps round a students education. 269 Miss Sherry Brock lSpanish 2 and 3, Drill Teaml, Mrs. Beverly Cox lGerman l, 2, and 3l, Mrs. Jimmie Melton lSpanish l and 4,7 Ml Marilyn Tennill lLatin l and 2, English 31, Mrs. Donna Whiles lFrench l, 2, and 3l. Foreign Languages Are Important Nimitz's foreign language de- partment consists of 5 teachers. Here at Nimitz, 4 years of Spanish, 3 years of German, 3 years of French, and 2 years of Latin are taught. Language courses as the above are important in a student's curriculum. ann 270 .A if-f .siswwsi Home Economics ls Beneficial 'ha' lb! l l l mfg: fbi I gr .fl f y I' . Jan Rollins lFoods and Clothingly Mrs. Marilyn Lucas lFoods and Clothingly . Joan Thaggard lFoods and Clothinglp Mrs. Joy Hawkins lFoods and Cloth- : Mrs. Lindley lPraclice Teacherl. Home Economics prepares girls to be future homemakers. Whether in sewing or cooking, this course is very beneficial. Mathematics Relates Ideas and Theories Q ,1 nu lim Mr. Wayne Bingham lAIgebra 2, Elem. Anal. l and 2, Var. Footballj, I Molly Brown lAlgebra 2, Trig., Geo. A., Related Moth 2, and Geom.l, I Constance Crosby lGeom., Related Math 21, Mrs. Deena Hornsby lRelc Math 2, Trig., and Algebra lj, Mrs. Allene Ilgenfritz lReIated Math 1 and A bra lj. ' S. Q .g.., lx M-,,-,.,...l Mathematics can be simple or complicated. Students have a choice of courses to take. For a start, there is related math or algebra. Later, if they want, there is geometry, or trigonometry, and more. Fw . Ann Keefer lTrig., Elem. Anal. l, Geom., and Algebra 21, Mr. Roger Eonald lCon. Math and Related Math ll, Miss Susan Nelson lAlgebra l and ated Math ll, Mrs. Doris Renshaw lAlgebra ll, Mr. James Simmons lAlgebra ,ind Related Math llg Mrs. Cesa Wortham lGeom. and Related Math 21. Y 1 s?- Mrs. Sienna Harvey lArt l and 21, Mrs. Beth Lane lEng. 1, Speech l and 2l5 Mrs. Amy Page lDrama l an: 2, English 21, Mr. Richard Watson lArt l, 2, 3, and 4, and Yearbookl. l Art is a talent. Many students at Nimitz have the privilege of using some of the most remarkable facili- ties for artistic talents. 2 'lg' if I l I l Most Remarkable Artistic Facilitie 274 Music is included on the Nimifz curriculum. Our bond ond choir have added fo the recogniiion our school has been given. They are "No. l." 'Q 276 pm- Physical Education Strengthens Bodies 3 Coach Ralph Burch lGymncstics, P. E., Baseball, Golf, and Trackj, Coach Victor Chacchia lHealth andl EJ, Mrs. Janice Maxwell lHeaIth and P. EJ, Mrs. Shirley Mayhugh QP. E. and Tennisl, Coach Don Nentw QW. History, Health, and Basketballl, Mrs. Janice Parker lHealthl, Miss Jean Priestly lVoIleybcll and P. Coach Jeffery Redden IP. E. and Healthl. l 'nf' t' 4 2 E 1 s S Physical Education provides stu- dents with the inspiration to keep healthy and physically fit. Whether in an athletical type sport or regular P. E. class, they benefit. 277 Science Formulaies Different Ideas 278 Mr. Troy Argenbright iPhy. Sciencejg Mrs. Helen Barclay iPhy. Scienceig Shellye Gathings iBioIogy U5 Mr. Eddie Green iChemisIry i and 2,7 Mr. Horion lPhy. Scienceig Miss Christine Kelsey iPhy. Sciencejg Mr. Lane lBioIogy 1 and Afhleticsjp Mrs. Kathryn Lightfoot iPhy. Sciencejg M Purvis fBioIogy Ii. ! l 'Mr. James Sitton iPhysicsl, Mr. Bill Smith lBiology ll, lMr. Joe Tunks lPlanetariuml, Mrs. Hazel Wallace lBiology 1 and 21. Science has always been a part of man's life. Five types of sciences are offered at Nimitz. They include Physical Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy. if we s 279 Social Studies Offer Knowledge ld and New The world of social studies is a world of discoveries, both old and new. Many branches of history, 7 in all, are taught at Nimitz. The life of a history class room centers about films, lectures, speakers, and current events, iust to name a few. The facil- ities are most abundant to aid in teaching. Maps, films, and a great number of other things are always available for the asking. ,Q-I ,v . is QUN Miss Carolyn Anderson QW. Geo. and A. Historyl, Mr. Cliff Bradley lA. Hist and Athleticslg Mrs, Kay Branch QT. History and A. Histofylr Mrs. Ruby Chan fGovt. and Student Councill, Mr. Harold Fikes lGovt., A. History, and Athletic Mrs. Sandra Garza QW. Historytg Mr. Mike Greer QW. History and Athletic Q v wi nw .A -fs-j m,,,,,,g rf s Riagg' , A Q r'L:'- fm A 1, r. David Hall lA. History and Baseballlf Mr. Gary James IA. History and Fr. Votballlg Mr. Charles King lEco., Govt., and B Footbcllly Mrs. Mary Ann Neal lSoc. and A. Historylg Mrs. Patsy Taylor lPsy. and A. HistorYli Mrs. an Thomas lW. Historyj. 281 i ll? 2 RX "' 1 ? Y ' P Many different skills and trades are taught by the Vocational Educa- tion teachers. Both girls and boys participate in these courses. More than one school is often involved. fi l Mrs. Barbara Copeland lChild Corel, Mr. James I ris lGen. Woodwork ond Mach. Woodworkl. l l ',. fin A K' at 45-kv "V" iff Vocalional Education Varies Skills 19? iss Penny Hervey lD.E. Ilg Mr. Sam Scoh iGen. Drafting, Gen. Woodworking, nd Arch. Dr. I and 215 Mr. Jerry Toon lI.C.T. l and 21. 283 For the first time, ROTC is among the list of courses offered at Nimitz. There is also a Special Education course available. 284 Mrs. Bernice Moyers lSpec. Ed.l. .HWLZZI ,fttsi fp Mr. Billy Monroe lROTCJg Mr. Gordon Wira lROTCl. arious Fields Norma Puckett iStudy Halljy Mrs. Louise Waters Hallj. Mrs. Linda Raney lLibrary Practice 1 and 21. Offer Various Goals Library Practice offers an adapta- ble and different skill. The study halls offered, gives students time to catch up on overdue assignments. 5 1 Li 'al 4 5 if Q 's I Q S F' Q Q A 1 w v N L Mem ries Randy Sfipes Pct Smith f .T ,L ,-,--' 288 mmiii Luau scuoopy I A pwlkkst., 1... 1968 marked the first construc- tion and the first year for the usage of the school. The school was made up of one main hall, a cafeteria, and a girl's gym. As I969 came, another new hall was added along with a library. l970 brought about the biggest additions to the school of the four years. A boy's gym was built, while a new hall was added. The offices for the principals were finished, along with a new theater- in-the-round auditorium. The plane- tarium was officially opened for stu- dent and public use. Outside, the school campus took a new look each year. Three foot- ball fields and a small parking lot constituted the outside of the school i 'Q T 5. it 1 5 5 E fs m Q1 .4 in I968. In I969, a bigger parkin lot was added to help with the mar cars that were then being driven l school. Just as l970 brought a bi addition to the building itself, it wd the biggest change on the outsid. More parking area was provides with lighted tennis courts and baseball field. The track was ii stalled around the lighted footb field and the lighted band practi field was landscaped. Trees, flo ers, and shrubs were an addition brighten up the campus. This schol was four years in the making 'and November 7, 1971 the school w officially made a high school in de ication ceremonies. A School Built on Memories Will Hove o Post To Remember Q W W 4 Y. X., K 5 , A W 4."16'g?3' , mx., 1. 1i?:.w,- A ggqrsxiw faq-1 .sf .ig 5111 We fivf 11393 f KS A. , .. 9 . 53- qw-. rue courage, not lust for the big fears of life, but courage Jnpleasant situations and problems of everyday Ifie. We wish you . . . ,, 1 -fi .V Mel.. Q 4 1 f 8 aa , . . Lg, Q . h f b OVERTY + 'So mdfyou can appreciate your present riches a,ndg.dq5gaver that there are nc es ar etter 'han material ones. i I V We wish you . 1 'f , , ,, , .. .,,, . VEMPTATION - So that you may feel the y at sell?fQ9n1rQl,onr ,p 1 mantle of virtue. - 4kk7 ,, it We W'5l" YUU - - at 1 " , . ' , -1 . AlLMEIgQgj great 'mP0flC nice pf Pl1YSIcq,I hea , Q ,,ii ' f flf, K-ffkewr-' V A . willy Q ff ' iki- K . ' K V "--4,- ,rssi 'i'. 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'ff C n L k I , 1' 1 Q I 1,4 1 . 0 'WW L 1, if 4 , vi Y A Senior Accreditation Index ROBERT ADAMS Football 11, 21 Basketball 11, 2, 31 Track 11, 21 Student Council 11, 21 Class Favorite 121 Stage Band 13, 41 Chorale 13, 41 President 141 All-Region 13, 41 All-State 141 LYNN ALEXANDER Choir 11, 21 Gymnastics 13, 41 DEBRA ALLEN FHA 111 4th Vice-Pres. Student Council 121 Gymnastics 131 GEARY ALLEN Student Council 141 ROBERT ANDERSON NJROTC 141 Ensign 141 DEBBIE ANDREWS Student Council 121 FHA 121 Choir 121 Drama Club 131 Vikas 141 Class Play 131 JIM ANTLE Chorale 11, 2, 31 Historian 131 Madrigal 11, 2, 31 All-Region 121 NHS 13, 41 German Club 141 Who's Who in Art 141 SHARON ARCHER FHA 111 DAVID ATTEBERRY Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Stage Band 13, 41 MARY LYNN BAILEY Choir 11, 2, 31 OKLAHOMA 111 CHARLIE BROWN 121 French Club 131 DONNA BANKSTON FHA 11 , 21 Parliomentarian 121 Volleyball 121 Rodeo Club 13, 41 Pep Squad 111 CYNDA BARNES Student Council 131 Class Play 141 DEBBIE BARTLETT Class Play 13, 41 Newspaper Staff 141 Asst. Bus. Mgr. 141 Drama Club 141 NANCY BARTON Yearbook Staff 13, 41 French Club 131 Quill and Scroll 141 RONNY BATE Football 121 B Team 121 DENNIS BATES Football 11, 2, 31 Handsome 12, 31 Student Council 121 President 121 Class Officer 131 Vice-Pres. 131 DANNY BEACH ICT 131 Vice-Pres. 131 DEBBIE BEMBENEK A Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Historian 111 Secretary 121 MARK BENNETT BETSY BENTON Drama Club 13, 41 Class Play 131 French Club 13, 41 FHA 131 FTA 141 ALAN BERRY Football 1l, 2, 3, 41 All-City 13, 41 All-District 141 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 All-City 131 Track 11, 21 Class Favorite 11, 21 Class Handsome 131 DENNISE BISHOP Pep Squad 111 Yearbook Staff 12, 3, Picture Editor 141 Volleyball 121 Gymnastics 13, 41 Student Council 141 Quill and Scroll 141 SUSAN BITTS SHERRY BLACK DE 141 DECA 141 YvoNNE BLACKERBY FHA 111 acne 11, 2, 31 Volleyball 141 LINDA BLACKWELL Pep Squad 111 Yearbook 12, 3, 41 Quill and Scroll 141 LINDA eoArwRLoHr Vikas 12, 3, 41 NHS 13, 41 DELORIS BODINE Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 CHARLIE BROWN 121 Silver Madrigal 131 OKLAHOMA 141 Newspaper Staff 141 Features Editor 141 Typist 141 JACKIE BRADFORD Gymnastics 141 NAOMI BRISENO Volleyball 12, 31 B Team Co-Captain 131 NAT BROUGHTON Band 11, 2, 3, 41 All-Region 111 All-State 141 Stage Band 13, 41 DEBI BROWN FHA 111 sand 11, 21 JOHN RICHARD BROWN' MEL BROWNING EDDIE BUCK Band 11, 21 CAROL BUCKNER Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Soc. Chairman 111 President 11, 21 Who's Who in Biology 131 Student Council 12, 3, 41 NHS 13, 41 Secretary 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 President KAREN BUFFINGTON Who's Who in English 131 NHS 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 DONNA BURGESS Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 Sweetheart 121 Historian 12, 41 Secretary 131 Volleyball 121 Captain 121 Vikas 12, 3, 41 Lt. 12, 31 Captain 141 NHS 13, 41 Student Council 12, 41 Who's Who in English 141 Beauty 141 GENE BURTON Football 11, 2, 3, 41 All-City 13, 41 Offensive Player of Year 141 Most Valuable Player 141 Basketball 1l, 2, 3, 41 Track 11, 2, 31 Student Council 111 President 111 Baseball 13, 41 Mr. NHS 121 Handsome 131 FTA 141 Parliamentarian 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Latin Club 131 Who's Who in Athletics 141 JIMMY BURTON Big Vik 131 Student Council 13, 41 President 141 TIM BURTON Track 11, 2, 31 JERRI BUTCHER Cheerleader 111 School Reporter 12, 3, 41 Yearbook 12, 31 Asst. Editor 121 Editor 131 Quill and Scroll 131 Newspaper Staff"141 Bus. Mgr. 141 Creative Writing Club 141 Speech Club 141 FTA 141 Historian 141 APSL 141 "Voice of Democracy" I. B. BUTLER Bond 13, 41 President 13, 41 Health Careers Club 141 Treasurer 141 Drama Club 141 Class Play 141 Thespian Play 141 Stage Band 141 MARK BUTTERY Ind. Arts Club 141 293 94 ICT 141 TRIPP CALK Choir 12, 3, 41 GEORGE CALLEJAS Football 1I, 2, 31 Choral 11, 2, 31 OKLAHOMA 141 STEVE CAMP Metal Shop 121 Welding Foreman 121 GALE CARROLL Pep Squad 111 Favorite 121 Vikas 12, 31 FBLA 141 SHARON CARROLL Choir 111 JERRY CHANDLER MIKE CHAPMAN Football 11, 21 Baseball 111 Stage Band 13, 41 CINDY CLARK Choir11, 2, 3, 41 OKLAHOMA 141 GEORGE CLINE Football 11, 21 Student Council 131 Handsome 131 DECA 141 Parliamentarian 141 VIRGINIA COFER Student Council 111 FBLA 141 TIM COLCHIN Student Council 12, 41 CAROLYN COLLINS Band 11, 2, 31 Yearbook Staff 131 MARCIA CONDER Student Council 11, 21 Beauty 11, 3, 41 Best Dressed 121 Cheerleader 131 Class Officer 141 Secretary 141 Ind. Arts Sweetheart 141 Quill and Scroll 141 BILLY COOK BOBBY COOPER Student Council 141 LIZ CORICH Band 11, 2, 3, 41 All-Region 111 Class Play 131 NHS 13, 41 Spanish Club 141 Who's Who in Biology 141 PAT COWAN GAYLON COX VICA 13, 41 Reporter 141 Who's Who in ICT 141 HAYES CROCKETI' Golf 12, 3, 41 CINDY CROWDER FI-IA 111 Yearbook Staff 131 FBLA 141 MARK CROWE NHS 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Golf 141 Number Sense 141 Chess Club 141 President 141 ROY DAIL Student Council 13, 41 Chaplain 141 NHS 13, 41 President 13, 41 French Club 141 German Club 141 Chess Club 141 Key Club 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Number Sense 141 YVONNE DALEY FHA 11, 2, 41 SHERYL DAMAN German Club 141 JANIE DAVIDSON ICT 131 DAVID DAVIS Band 111 Chorale 131 Drama Club 13, 41 Class Play 13, 41 Student Director 141 GARY DAVIS Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Stage Band 13, 41 KATHY DAVIS Voc. Training 11, 2, 3, 41 Receptionist 141 TONI DAVIS Valkyries 121 BUDDY DEAL vIcA 13, 41 DAVID DeT'lAES MARK DERINGTON Rodeo Club 131 VICA 141 BURT DERR Student Council 11, 21 German Club 141 Vice-Pres. 141 Ind. Arts Club 141 President 141 PAT DESROSIERS NHS 13, 41 Who's Who in Math 131 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Class Play 141 Thespian Play 141 TONI DICKSON Student Council 13, 41 German Club 141 President 141 FTA 141 President 141 Class Favorite 13, 41 Fall Valhalla Queen 141 LOIS DILL Band 12, 31 FHA 121 French Club 131 RITA DORETY BILL DORSEY Band 11, 2, 3, 41 ROTC 141 CPA 141 SHERRY DOUGLAS DON DOZIER Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Stage Band 13, 41 Chorale 141 BECKY DUNLAP FHA 11, 21 Class Play 131 Drama Club 13, 41 TONY EARLE STEVE EDWARDS VICA 13, 41 Reporter 131 Yearbook Staff 131 JUANITA ELLINGSON Student Council 111 Vikas 131 Captain 131 Who's Who in PE 141 EDDIE EMPEY VICA 141 RONNIE ERCAN BRACK Mu Alpha Theta 141 JOHNNIE ESQUIVEL VICA 13, 41 DON ESTES Student Council 11, 41 Who's Who in Math 121 NHS 13, 41 Historian 13, 41 GARY ETTER Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 President 121 Madrigal 131 Vice-Pres. 141 All-State 141 CHARLIE BROWN 121 OKLAHOMA 141 NHS 13, 41 Vice-Pres. 13, 41 DEB EWING Vikas 131 Lt. 131 DONNA FAULKNER Cheerleader 11, 2, 3, 41 Captain 11, 2, 3, 41 Miss NHS 12, 3, 41 Who's Who in History 131 NHS 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Yearbook Staff 141 Copy Editor 141 Student Council Exec. 141 Quill and Scroll 141 HEATHER FISHER Gymnastics 13, 41 Class Play 13, 41 KEVIN FLAHERTY Band 11, 2, 3, 41 All-Region 11, 2, 3, 41 Historian 13, 41 Outstanding Bandsman 111 Stage Band 13, 41 TONI FLORES Pep Squad 111 Volleyball 13, 41 SHEILA FOSTER FHA 111 Spanish Club 131 FBLA 141 WALTER FRANK JANA FRIEMEL JOE GARCIA vIcA 141 CATHY GARNER Pep Squad 111 Class Play 131 FBLA 141 JAN GARRETT FHA 11, 21 Treasurer 121 DEBRA GATLIN FHA 111 President 111 Beauty 121 Football Sweetheart 121 ROBERT GETTS Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Gymnastics 141 KAREN GLENN FRED GOLDEN Chorale 11, 2, 31 Historian 111 All-Region Madrigal 131 ICT 141 , MARILYN GOOCH ' Pep Squad 111 Captain 111 DECA 141 DANA GOUDE Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 Madrigal 11, 2, 3, 41 l whos Who an Chorale 131 l IBILLY GREEN 1CONNlE GREEN FHA 11, 21 Volleyball 12, 31 Most Outstanding Player NHS 13, 41 Rodeo Club 13, 41 DECA 141 BECKY GRESHAM Y-Teens 111 CHorale 11, 2, 3, 41 OKLAHOMA 11, 41 JOYCE GRIGSBY Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Treasurer 111 Vice-Pres. 121 BARCLAY HAGER EDIE HALE ' Who's Who in History 121 Volleyball 121 Gymnastics 131 Outstanding Gymnasts 131 Class Play 131 NHS 131 Class Officer 141 I Treasurer 141 Spanish Club 141 1 'IM HALEY 1 Student Council 11, 2, 3, 41 President 131 Exec. Council 141 Football 11, 2, 3, 41 ' Favorite 131 Handsome 121 Drama Club 141 Class Officer 141 1 President 141 Mr. NHS 141 'COTT HALKET Class Play 13, 41 l Drama Club 131 Vice-Pres. 131 Student Council 141 Thespian Play 141 DENELDA HAMLIN Drama Club 131 Treasurer 131 Student Council 131 DANNY HAMMER ARTHUR HARDIN Who's Who in Drafting 131 Ind. Arts Club 141 JEFF HARGIS Football 111 Handsome 11, 21 Metal Trades 131 ICT 141 PAT HARRINGTON Pep Squad 111 Vikas 131 SANDRA HARRIS Band 11, 2, 31 All-Region 121 FBLA 141 TERRY HARRIS Football 11, 2, 31 Basketball 111 Track 111 Baseball 13, 41 Rodeo Club 13, 41 President 13, 41 VANCE HARRISON Football 121 JAN HARWELL Class Beauty 12, 31 Yearbook Staff 111 Beauty Nominee 141 Vikas 141 FBLA 141 CINDY HASHERT Who's Who in Business 121 French Club 13, 41 . NHS 13, 41 Newspaper Staff 141 Editor 141 Typist 141 DAVID HAWKINS Football 11, 2, 3, 41 TIM HAYNES Who's Who in English 121 Drama Club 131 German Club 141 JAMES HAZEL VICA 13, 41 TOM HEAD 1 Varangians 12, 3, 41 Class Play 141 Health Careers Club 141 JERRY HENDERSON Football 11, 21 Track 11, 21 Rodeo Club 13, 41 Handsome 121 EDDIE HILL DECA 141 Rodeo Club 141 Student Council 141 ROBERT HOLIDAY Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 11, 31 Track 111 GWYNN HOLLAND Chorale 11, 2, 31 CHARLIE BROWN 121 OKLAHOMA 141 Volleyball 12, 31 Co-Captain 121 Outstanding Player 131 NHS 13, 41 Spanish Club 13, 41 Treasurer 131 Vice-Pres. 141 DEBRA HOLLINGSWORTH Cheerleader 11, 2, 31 Class Beauty 121 JANICE HOLMAN Student Council 131 Who's Who in Home Ec. 141 DEBBIE HUBBS FHA 121 JOVITA HUERTA FHA 11 , 21 President 121 Student Council 131 Vikas 13, 41 Lf. 141 Spanish Club 141 Who's Who in History 141 ROBERT HURTADO Football 11, 2, 3, 41 PRISCILLA IRWIN Student Council 12, 31 Basketball Sweetheart Vikas 131 VICA 141 Hovr :Ames Football 11, 21 KATHRYN JODON Vikas 12, 3, 41 Spanish Club 131 Vice-Pres. 131 NHS 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Chorale Sweetheart 131 VICKI JOHNSON Chorale 11, 21 Gymnastics 131 DEBBIE JONES Drama Club 131 FHA 111 resA JoPuN FHA 11 1 FORREST KARNS Class Play 131 RICKY KELLY Football 12, 3, 41 Track 12, 3, 41 Baseball 131 Chess Club 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 NJROTC 141 Cdr. 141 Who's Who in NJROTC 141 GLENN KIMBERLIN CURTIS KING German Club 141 MIKE KING Varangians 131 Tennis 13, 41 Class Play 13, 41 Chess Club 141 DONNA KNOPP MARGO LAMBERT Pep Squad 111 Newspaper Staff 141 Co-Editor 141 Drama Club 141 FTA 141 Class Play 141 CATHY LAMERE Gymnastics 13, 41 Varangians 13, 41 Drama Club 13, 41 French Club 131 ALTON LANCASTER Golf 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Newspaper Staff 141 Co-Editor 141 ROBERT LANGFORD Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 MARY LAVENDER Band 11, 21 DON LAwsoN Golf 13, 41 Chess Club 141 RICKY LAYTON MARCIA LEE TYE LEFFEL Cheerleader 11, 2, 3, 41 Beauty 12, 31 Fall Valhalla Queen 131 296 ANN LEIBENSBERGER FHA 111 Class Play 131 Spanish Club 131 FBLA 141 CATHY LENART v1cA 13, 41 MARK LEPORI Football 111 Track 121 Baseball 13, 41 PAT LINAM CINDY LINDESMITH Band 11, 2, 3, 41 German 141 GARY LINSLEY MIKE LINSLEY SHIRLEY LINVILLE Gymnastics 13, 41 FBLA 141 Secretary 141 Treasurer 141 RANDY LITTLE Football 11, 2, 31 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 13, 41 Student Council 11, 31 Class Of-ficer 131 Treasurer 131 Spanish Club 131 ROGER LITTLETON Football 11, 21 Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 President 131 Student Council 12, 31 MIKE LONDON Basketball 11, 21 Tennis 13, 41 CINDY LOONEY FHA 131 Rodeo Club 13, 41 ROBERT LOWRY Football 11, 21 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 Track 11, 21 Baseball 131 TEMPIE LYDIA Student Council 111 SUSAN MACKIE Band 11, 2, 31 Soc. Chairman 121 Drama Club 141 FBLA 141 KEVIN MALONEY Tennis 13, 41 NJROTC 141 KAREN MANER DOTTIE MANGUM Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 OKLAHOMA 141 BILL MANTOOTH Football 111 Basketball 111 SUE MARTIN Health Careers Club 141 SHARON MARTINDALE ICT 13, 41 ISAIAS MARTINEZ Who's Who in Boy's PE 141 MARIA MARTINEZ Vikas 12, 3, 41 Lt. 12, 3, 41 Class Play 131 Student Council 13, 41 Drama Club 13, 41 Secretary 131 KAREN MATHEWS Band 11, 21 FHA 131 DONNA MATHIES FHA 11, 3, 41 Health Careers Club 141 CHRIS MAUS MICKI McCARVER Student Council 11, 21 Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 Mast Outstanding Girl 121 All-Region 12, 31 Secretary 141 RUSTY MCCLELLAND Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Yearbook Staff 11, 2, 3, 41 Sports Editor 141 Student Council 131 RIC McDADE Class Play 141 P1-mms McLEMORE FHA 111 DIANE MCMEANS Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 All-Region 141 Madrigal 11, 31 French Club 13, 41 Treasurer 131 President 141 JOHN McVAY Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Golf 13, 41 Student Council 11, 31 Rodeo Club 131 Chess Club 141 MICHAEL MEADOWS Ind. Arts Club 141 Sgt. at Arms 141 STEVE MEDWICK Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Asst. Drum Maior Drum Maior 121 VICKI MEEKS Volleyball 12, 31 Co-Captain 131 Gymnastics 141 FBLA 141 BILL METZGER DANNY MILES Football 111 Gymnastics 141 DEBBIE MILLER FHA 11, 21 Yearbook Staff 12, 3, 41 French Club 131 MIKE MILLER v1cA 13, 41 KAREN Muze FHA 111 Vice-Pres. 111 Chorale 13, 41 OKLAHOMA 141 Beauty Nominee 141 JACK MONROE Band11, 2, 3, 41 All-Region 141 Stage Band 13, 41 KIRK MONROE VICA 13, 41 Sgt. at Arms 131 Secretary 141 DAN MOORE Varangians 131 NJROTC 141 Ensign 141 DE 141 CHUCK MORSE Football 11, 21 Basketball 111 Track 131 ' JEAN MULDER French Club 131 FHA 131 Student Council 141 BRENDA MURPHY MITCH NELSON Football 111 Basketball 11, 21 SANDRA NELSON Band11, 2, 3, 41 MELINDA NIXON VICA 131 Secretary 131 HANK NORMAN TOM NORRIS Drama Club 13, 41 Speech Club 13, 41 Class Play 13, 41 Thespian Play 141 JANET OLIVER RICKY PAGITT CINDY PARDO FHA 111 Vikas 131 French Club 141 Drama Club 141 Student Council 141 Class Officer 141 Vice-Pres. 141 Who's Who in Foreign Lang JACK PARKER Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 Student Council 12, 41 Football 12, 31 1 NAKITA PARRACK 1 Y-Teens 111 sand 12, 3, 41 1 DAVID PATRICK Who's Who in Chem. 121 1 NHS 13, 41 Parliamentarian 13, 41 Chess Club 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Golf 141 Who's Who in Math 141 CATHY PATRICK Volleyball 12, 3, 41 I RICHIE PATRICK Choir11, 2, 31 Volleyball 12, 3, 41 Captain 131 Who's Who in PE 131 NHS 13, 41 Mu Alpha Theta 141 KEITH PATTON Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Vice-Pres. 12, 31 Stage Band 13, 41 All-Region 141 ERIC PENNAL SHARON PETERS Chorale 11, 2, 31 Pep Squad 111 Rodeo Club 13, 41 Drama Club 141 JO ANN PHILLIPS TERRY PITTS Track 111 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 DwA1N Po1cLADN11c VICA 141 VICKY PONDER Band 11, 2, 3, 41 TOM PRESSLY Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 Track 11, 21 Golf 13, 41 Student Council 141 Baseball 141 .ARRY PRITCHETT Band11,2, 3,41 Who's Who in Shop 121 IUBEN PUENTE I Tennis 13, 41 SIANA RANDLE 1 FHA111 ' Pep Squad 111 Student Council 131 FBLA 141 AMES RAWLINSON IODNEY RENO 1 Who's Who in Art 131 l1OGER RENO WUDY REVIS ' Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Band Sweetheart 131 Musical Orchestra 141 Stage Band 141 Student Council 111 Parliamentarion 111 IATHRYN REYNOLDS VICA 131 ,ANDY RHYNE W Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 1AM RIGNEY 1NDA RIOJAS Pep Squad 111 FHA 11, 21 VICA 141 r6LVID ROBINSON Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Who's Who in Athletics 12, 31 Basketball 131 ' Baseball 131 Captain 121 Beauty Nominee 141 ALTON ROLLINS ROTC 141 RAYMOND RISS DONNA ROGERS FHA 111 DE 141 Secretary 141 FBLA 141 CHUCK ROSS Gymnastics 13, 41 Captain 141 JEFF RUSHING Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 12, 3, 41 Student Council 131 Tennis 131 STEVE RUSSELL Football 111 ICT 13, 41 Parliamentarian 131 Rodeo Club 13, 41 President 141 JAN RUTLEDGE Student Council 11, 31 Volleyball 121 Gymnastics 13, 41 Captain 131 Drama Club 131 Yearbook Staff 13, 41 Who's Who in Girl's Athlet Quill and Scroll 141 RANDY SANDLIN Football 111 ICT 13, 41 Treasurer 13, 41 Who's Who in ICT 131 JANIE SANDOVAL FHA 11, 2, 31 FTA 141 Student Council 141 German Club 141 Who's Who in Business 141 CLELLENE SARGENT Student Council 111 Vice-Pres. 111 FHA 111 2nd Vice-Pres. 111 FTA 141 FBLA 141 Vikas 141 Yearbook Staff 111 Favorite 111 Golf 141 Beauty 12, 31 Track 11, 2, 31 Latin Club 131 GEORGIA SAUCEDO Vikas 12, 3, 41 YNTHIA RODRIQUEZ Lt. 13, 41 Class Favorite 121 Volleyball 13, 41 Who's Who in Spanish 131 DEBBY SCHROEDER Pep Squad 111 FHA 11, 21 Drama Club 131 German Club 141 FBLA 141 Vice-Pres. 141 ROSALIE SCHWAZKOPF FHA 11 1 Varangians 131 GAIL SCOVEL Pep Squad 111 FHA 11, 21 Historian 121 RETTA SCYRKELS FHA 111 Favorite 121 Student Council 12, 41 Parliamentarian 141 Executive Council 141 Class Officer 131 Secretary 131 French Club 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 NHS 13, 41 Vikas 12, 3, 41 Beauty 141 NANCY SEINDER FTA 141 Secretary 141 Yearbook Staff ,141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Quill and Scroll 141 ics 141 ROBERT SELVEEN Student Council 121 JEANIE SHANAHAN Class Play 131 NHS 13, 41 Treasurer 13, 41 Spanish Club 13, 41 President 13, 41 Beauty Nominee 141 Quill and Scroll 141 RONNIE SHEFFIELD Ind. Arts Club 141 Vice-Pres. 141 German Club 141 KIRBY SHELTON sig vik 111 Spanish Club 121 MIKE SHILEN Band 11, 21 Drama Club 13, 41 Class Play 131 French Club 131 Student Council 141 ANGIE SHORB vskqs 141 Fall Valhalla Princess 141 TOMMY SILLS Football 11, 2, 31 Basketball 111 Track 11, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 13, 41 Golf 131 Who's Who in Drafting 121 Handsome 131 J. D. SMITH Metal Trades 13, 41 JIM SMITH Latin Club 141 PAT SMITH Yearbook Staff 13, 41 Asst. Editor 141 FTA 141 Vice-Pres. 141 Mu Alpha Theta 141 Quill and Scroll 141 SUSAN SMITH Pep Squad 111 Vikas 13, 41 Chorale 12, 3, 41 FTA 141 MIKE SPATTER Chorale 11, 2, 3, 41 CHARLIE BROWN 121 Madrigal 111 All-Region 12, 31 OKLAHOMA 11, 41 Who's Who in Choir 121 Class Play 131 Chess Club 141 Vice-Pres. 141 RHONDA SPROUSE Cheerleader 111 CAROLYN SPURGEON Student Council 131 DAVID STARNES GARY STARNES VICA 141 VICKY STEPHENS Pep Squad 111 Choir 111 Vikas 12, 3, 41 Class Play 131 Ind. Arts Club 141 Who's Who in Drafting 141 DON STEWARD Band 11, 2, 31 Stage Band 131 LARRY STINNETT Golf 131 Varangians 131 Debate Team 141 Captain 141 Speech Club 141 Drama Club 141 Class Play 141 297 TOMMY VAWTER -HM WY'-IE 298 NJROTC Q41 Lt. Q41 Thespian Play Q41 RANDY STIPES Football Q1, 2, 3, 41 Mgr. Q1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball Q1, 2, 3, 41 Mgr. Q1, 2, 3, 41 Track Q11 Mgr. Q11 Baseball Q3, 41 Student Council Q1, 2, 41 Vice-Pres. Q21 Exec. Council Q41 Yearbook Staff Q2, 3, 41 Asst. Editor Q31 Editor Q41 Class Officer Q31 President Q31 NHS Q3, 41 French Club Q41 Mr. NHS Q31 Mu Alpha Theta Q41 Quill and Scroll Q41 LUANN STOCKSTILL HARRIETT STRICKLAND TERRI STRICKLAND Band Q1, 21 FHA Q11 Secretary Q11 Vikas Q3, 41 BECKY TAYLOR Vikas Q2, 3, 41 Newspaper Staff Q41 Mu Alpha Theta Q41 CHARLOTTE TAYLOR SELONNA TAYLOR Chorale Q1, 2, 31 Student Council Q11 WAYNE TEAGUE Football Q11 Rodeo Club Q3, 41 Mu Alpha Theta Q41 Student Council Q41 Activities Section - 38 Athletics Section - 126 Band - 58-61, 96-97 Baseball - 149-151 Basketball - 118-119, 140-149 Beauties - 22-29 Cheerleaders - 56-57, 92-93 Chess Club - 72 Chorale - 62-64, 106-107 Classes - 158 Creative Writing Club -- 87 D.E. - 71, 115 Dedication - 4-5 DEBBIE TILLERY Cheerleader Q11 FHA Q21 Secretary Q21 Vikas Q2, 3, 41 Class Play Q31 Drama Club Q41 Choir Q21 JIM TINDLE Football Q11 Basketball Q1, 21 Choir Q31 Chess Club Q41 NJROTC Q41 LISA TOWNZEN VICA Q31 ANGELA TRAUGHBER JOE TREVINO MARY TROCKE Choir Q2, 3, 41 Class Play Q31 HENRY TRUITT Varangians Q21 Newspaper Staff Q41 DEBBIE VARNER Varangians Q3, 41 Treasurer Q31 Vice-Pres. Q41 Class Play Q41 German Club Q41 Thespian Play Q41 LARRY VENABLE Football Q2, 3, 41 NHS Q3, 41 Yearbook Staff Q21 Mu Alpha Theta Q41 Student Council Q41 ELLEN VISHNESKY Beauty Q2, 3, 41 Football Sweetheart Q31 Vikas Q31 Captain Q31 Student Council Q41 RANDALL WADE laaskalball Ql, 21 Class Play Q31 JEANNE ANN WALKER Chorale Q11 FHA Q11 Cheerleader Q21 Beauty Q21 ICT Q31 Sweetheart Q31 VICA Q41 President Q41 MARY WARD Chorale Q41 Who's Who in Latin Q31 Latin Club Q41 Student Council Q41 JOE WARE Football Q1, 2, 31 Ind. Arts Club Q41 DEBBIE WATSON Vikas Q3, 41 Spanish Club Q31 FBLA Q41 DONNIE WATSON Football Q1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball Q1, 31 Student Council Q31 Baseball Q3, 41 Mu Alpha Theta MONTY WATSON 'German Club Q41 SHEILA WEISE DECA Q41 Pep Squad Q11 Drama Club Q31 Beauty Nominee Q41 Who's Who in DE Q41 DAVID WHITE Class Play Q41 PRESTON WILLIAMSON Yearbook Staff Q11 BRENDA WILSON FHA Q1 1 Activities Index Drama Club - 74-75 Faculty - 264-285 Fall'Valhalla - 98-99 Favorites - 18-21 FBLA - 86 FHA - 44-45, 120-121 Football - 102-104, 128-139 French Club 80-81 Freshmen - 224-249 FTA - 46-47, 111 German Club - 48-49 Golf - 152 Gymnastics - 154-155 Health Careers - 85 Honors - 14 ICT - 70, 1 14 Industrial Arts - 73 Juniors - 184-203 Latin Club - 82-83 Memories - 286 Mu Alpha Theta - 50-51 National Honor Society - 65 NJROTC - 42-43 "Oklahoma" - 108-109 Rodeo Club - 84 Rune Stone Staff - 66-67 Senior Play - 105 Seniors - 158-184 Who's Who in Business Q31 CHRIS WILSON Pep Squad Q11 FHA Q11 Vikas Q41 Fall Valhalla Princess Q3, 41 MARY LYNN WIRICK Varangians Q3, 41 German Club Q41 GAIL WOMBLE FHA Q1, 41 Treasurer Q41 GARRY WOOD Baseball Q3, 41 Most Valuable Player Q31 All-City Q31 All-District Hon. Mention Who's Who in PE Q31 BECKY WRIGHT SUE WRIGHT Student Council Q1, 21 Pep Squad Q11 Best Dressed Q11 FHA Q11 Beauty Q21 Gymnastics Q31 Band Q1, 2, 3, 41 All-Region Q1, 2, 3, 41 Outstanding Bandsman Q2, 3 President Q41 Stage Band Q3, 41 EARL YARBROUGH Football Q1, 2, 3, 41 Mgr. Q1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball Q1, 2, 3, 41 Mgr. Q1, 2, 3, 41 Track Q11 Mgr. Q11 Class Favorite Q11 Rodeo Club Q31 Student Council Q41 Yearbook Staff Q3, 41 JEFF ZIMMERMAN Football Q1, 2, 3, 41 Track Q11 Sophomores - 204-223 Spanish Club - 78-79 Speech Club - '76-77 Staff - 250-263 Student Council - 40-41, Student Life - 94 Talent Show - 110 Tennis - 153 Track - 152 Valhalla Stuff - 52-53, 1 Varangians - 68-69 Vikas - 54-55, 94-95 Volleyball - 153 Who's Who - 30-37 Cantre '35 Debra - 64, iso A Abercrombie, Sandra - 159 Abbey, Charisse - 159 Adams, Frank - 205 Adams, John - 185 Adams, Jon - 205 Adams, Matthew - 151, 185 lAdams, Michael - 61, 225 Adams, Robert - 60, 63, 107, 159 Aday, Sharro - 44, 205 lAikin, Marlene - 40, 205 dren, Evelyn - 74, iss Akins, David - 225 Akins, Ronnie - 185 Alarid, David - 42, 205 Alexander, Lynn - 70, 154, 159 Allen Bobby - 225 Allen, Chandra - 185 ,AlIen, Debra - 159 'AIlen, Geary - 40, 159, 175 Allen, Jerry - 70, 185 lAllen, Nancy - 205 Allen, Nina - 54, 205 Allen, Patricia - 205 Allen, Patricia L. - 205 Allen, Wendy - 61, 87, 225 lAlley, James - 205 !Amador, Geornima - 225 Amason, Sondra - 225 Anderson, Miss Carolyn - 280, 281 Anderson, Billy - 159 1Anderson, Michael - 42, 63, 77, 109, 185 Anderson, Robert - 42, 159 Anderson, Susan - 205 Andrews, Barbara - 44, 225 Andrews, Debbie - 54, 159 Andrews, Jimi - 185 Andrews, Rodney - 205 Andrews, Terrie - 225 Andreychuk, David - 205 - Antle, Jim - 34, 63, 65, 110, 159 Archer, Eddy - 205 lArcher, Julie - 205 Archer, Sharon - 160 Argenbright, Mr. Troy - 278 ,Arg0, Gail - 63, 110, 185 lArmstrang, Mrs. Gerry - 257 gArmstrong, Jodie - 44, 152, 225 Armstrong, Susan - 63, 152, 205 'Afiiwn Tony - 42, s1, 185 lAshley, Donna - 185 Askew, Melba - 44, 225 Askins, Leslie - 225 Atteberry, Edward - 42, 58, 205 Atteberry, David - 58, 160 1Atteberry, Ronald - 225 ,Autry, Angus - 225 lAviles, Beniamin - 205 l B 4 Bacok, Robert - 225 sam, Ricky - 160 Baetl, Wayne - 61, 205 Bohr, James - 185 Bailey, Arlene - 67, 185 Bailey, Mary Lynn - 160 Bailey, Melissa - 225 Baker, Phillip - 42, 153, 205 Baker, lletto - 29, 54, 74, 81, 100, IBoker, John - 138, 148, 225 General Index Baker, Pamela - 40, 54, 206 Bales, Amy - 225 ' Bales, Edwin - 58, 206 Banda, Rose - 185 Bankston, Donna - 160 Bonkstan, Robert - 225 Barber, Rachel - 225 Barbosa, Anna - 40, 44, 54, 206 Barclay, Mrs. Helen - 278 Barger, Brenda - 51, 54, 185 Barnes, Cynda - 74, 105, 160 Barnes, Ralph - 206 Barnett, Beulah - 160 Barnett, Dean - 225 Barnett, Lucinda - 185 Barron, Joseph - 160 Barron, Lucy - 47, 206 Barry, Karen - 160 Bartlett, Debbie - 67, 74, 161 Bartlett, Donna - 67, 206 Bartley, Mr. John - 261 Barton, Daphne - 226 Borton, Nancy - 53, 161 Barton, Stella - 226 Bate, Ronny - 161 Bates, Donna - 40, 226 Bates, Dennis - 161 Baufield, JoAnn - 54, 154, 161 Baxter, Homer - 42, 206 Beach, Danny - 161 Beach, Robert - 185 Beasley, Denise Beasley, Sharron - 206 Becerraf Albert - 136, 206 Bell, Donna - 206 se11,Je1-it - 226 Bembenek, Debbie - 58, 161 Bembenek, Terri - 63, 206 sen, - 47, e1, ae, 121 Bennett, Carol - 83, 85, 226 Bennett, Catherine - 206 Bennett, Elizabeth - 74 Bennett, Helen - 185 Bennett, Mark - 161 Bennett, Victoria - 226 Benton, 161 Benton, Bruce - 226 Berger, Bridget - 44, 226 Berrier, Donna - 44, 206 C Berry, Alan - 102, 104, 128, 140 161 Berry, Karen - 61, 63, 206 Berry, Larry - 42, 109, 185 Bicknell, Donna -- 1,85 Billey, Ronald - 226 Billups, Michael - 206 Bingham, Kurt - 102, 128, 185 - 44, 47, 49, 226 Blankenship, Ricky - 42, 136, 185 Blanton, Deborah - 64, 67, 186 Bleau, Mrs. Dinah - 268 Boatwright, Gerald - 206 Baatwright, Linda - 54, 65, 162 Bodine, Dee - 63, 162 Bodine, Norman - 226 Bodine, Sharon - 206 Bodwell, David - 206 Bonillo, Christopher - 206 ia.-marie, Nita - 61, 226 Bonner, Carl - 58, 186, 87 Bonner, Jerry - 58, 186 Booker, Tommy - 128, 186 Borden, Shelly - 64, 85, 226 Boren, Alma - 44, 226 Boren, Howard - 42, 226 Boren, John - 42, 226 Boren, Richard - 206 Boucher, John - 63, 81, 186 Bower, Cynthia - 83, 84, 206 Bowen, Judy - 29, 34, 40, 77, 100, 186 Boyd, James - 40, 186 Boynton, Michael - 63, 109, 136 206 Bozmdn, Donald - 58, 77, 207 Bradford, Jackie - 154, 162 Bradley, Mr. Clifford - 129, 280 Branch, Mrs. Kay - 280, 281 Branch, Regina - 207 Brandenburg, Mr. Bob - 266, 275 Brandenburg, Charlotte - 61, 226 Brandenburg, Marsha - 64, 207 Brantley, Gary - 226 Brantley, Val - 71, 162 Brasher, Melonye - 58, 186 Bratton, Colleen - 186 Bray, Debarahal - 71, 186 Bray, Stephen - 226 Breitenbach, Bev - 186 Breitenbach, Brad - 162 Breth, Irene - 63, 186 Brewer, Leta - 40, 41, 98, 207 Bridges, Cynthia - 227 Bridges, Larry - 227 Bridges, Reed - 227 Briseno, Jaime - 40, 207 Briseno, Martha - 186 Briseno, Naomi - 162 Bristow, Deborah - 63, 186 Brock, Miss Sherry - 270 Brothers, Arnold - 227 Brothers, Connie - 44, 186 Broughton, Betty - 227 Broughton, Nat - 58, 60, 96, 162 Brown, Anthony - 184, 186 Brown, Cathy - 41 , 227 Brown, Debi - 162 Bingham, Mr. Wayne - 3, 104 129, 272, 273 Binion, Loretta - 83, 87, 206 Birdwell, Donald - 185 Birdwell, Johnny - 136 Birdwell, Johnny l.. - 206, 226 Bishop, Dennise - 40, 52, 53, 154 161 Bishop, Bobby - 226 Bitts, Susan - 161 Bitts, Kathryn - 51, 54, 185 Block, Ruby -- 226 Black, Sherry - 71, 162 Blackerby, Yvonne - 153, 162 Blackerby, Ralph - 61, 226 Blackwell, Linda - 1, 53, 162 Blonchett, Charles - 206 Brown, Debra - 186 amen, Mak. - 42. 162 Brown, Ricky - 42, 162 Brown, Mary Jo - 207 Brown, Mrs. Molly - 272 Brown, Pomala - 128 Brown, Phillip - 72, 81, 153, 186 Brown, Rickard - 227 Brown, Roger - 227 Brown, Stephen - 186 Browning, Larry - 186 Browning, Mel - 162 Bruce, Darrell - 227 Bruce, Brunkhorst, Paula - 61, 207 Bruns, Karol - 227 Bruns, Kathy - 51, 207 Bryan, Donovan - 207 Bryon, Susan - 44, 61, 69, 227 Bucher, Ricky - 227 Buck, David - 227 Buck, Eddie - 162 Buckner, Carol - 51, 65, 163 Buckner, Deborah - 58, 186 Buftington, Debra - 227 Butfington, Karen - 51, 163, 178 Bullock, Melinda - 58, 186 Bunch, Deborah - 8, 207 Bunch, Robert - 227 Burch, Deana - 207 Burch, Mr. Ralph - 276 Burch, Rebecca - 63, 108, 109, 152, 186 Burgess, Daniel - 207 Burgess, Donna - 23, 31, 54, 55, 63, 65, 100, 101,163 Burnett, David - 186 Burnett, Rockland - 186 Burns, Patty - 187 Burris, Timothy - 72, 207 Burrow, Carol - 64, 187 Burrow, Mrs, Edith - 260 Burton, Gene - 3, 37, 47, 51, 102, 104,126,128,140,151,163 Burton, Tim - 163 Burton, Jimmy - 40, 98, 163 Burton, Patty - 54, 187 Burton, Stanley - 227 Busby, Betty - 207 Butcher, Jerri - 47, 67, 163 Butler, Mrs. Athlynn - 258 Butler, IB - 58, 60, 85, 105, 163 Buttery, Mark - 70 Butts, Lesia - 207 Butts, Mrs. Mary Ann - 267 Byers, Sherry - 64, 81, 227 Bynum, Pete - 187 C Cain, Debra - 227 Coison, lynn - 12, 74, 227 Colome, Barbara - 71, 187 Caldwell, Sharon - 44, 51, 187 Calk, Tripp - 63, 163 Calleios, George - 63, 109, 163 Calleias, Lety - 64, 207 Calleias, Robert - 154, 187 Comp, Steven - 163 Campbell, Brion - 207 Campbell, Kevin - 207 Canady, Terri - 79, 85, 207 Canady, Vicki - 79, 85, 187 Canfield, John - 42, 187 187 II, Connie Capehart, David - 136, 207 Caraway, Daren - 227 Corey, Larry - 84, 187 Carpenter, Malcolm - 227 Carroll, David - 41, 42, 187 Carroll, Michael - 187 Carroll, Rebecca - 184, 187 Carroll, Gale - 29, 86, 100, 164 Carroll, Sharon -- 44, 164 Carry, Carry, David - 227 Donald - 227 Carter, Stephanie - 40, 54, 207 Carter, Wayne - 51, 63, 64, 109 - 49, 58, 59, 60, Carver, Denise - 61, 227 Casbeer, Rickey - 227 Cashion, Mrs, Audel - 257 Cashion, Nancy - 207 Cashion, Timothy - 207 Cason, Connie - 44, 187 Cason, Troy - 227 Caster, Andy - 227 Caster, Mrs. Dora - 261 Castillo, Predicand - 187 Cates, Gorman - 42, 228 Cotes, Mrs. Lois - 261 Cavin, Brenda - 61, 85, 228 Caviness, Ricky - 187 Chacchio, Mr. Victor - 276, 277 Chatin, Janet - 208 Cholfant, John - 208 Chambers, Phyllis - 187 Chance, Johnny - 228 Chance, Mrs. Ruby - 280 Chandler, Jerry -- 164 Chandler, Norman - 228 Chandler, Mr. Tom - 252, 253 Chapman, Joseph - 138, 228 Chappell, Kathy - 208 Charles, Ann - 58, 187 Charlton, Karen - 228 Cherry, Mrs. Cora - 260 Christiansen, Cindy - 41, 51, 54, 65, 184, 187 Christy, Don - 187 Church, James - 187 Clark, Cindy - 74, 75, 164 Clark, Cynthia - 49, 61, 105, 187 Clark, Michael - 228 Clarkston, Brenda - 224, 228 Clarkston, Larry - 188 Clarkston, Robert- 8, 136, 208 Clay, Cynthia - 61, 208 Clements, Grace - 228 Cline, George - 164 Cline, Rosalyn - 208 Clay, Mary - 228 Clyott, Mrs. Kathryn - 257 Coach, Vicki - 228 Coe, Donna - 71, 188 Cater, Virginia - 86, 160, 164 Coffey, Lindo - 40, 49, 51 , 65, 188 Cofield, Jamie - 58, 208 Coker, David - 61, 72, 73, 208 Coker, Debra - 228 Colchin, Mary - 228 Colchin, Tim - 40, 164 Collard, Randel - 228 Collier, Ricky - 228 Collins, Bradley - 188 Collins, Carolyn - 164 Collins, Glen - 208 Collins, Jim - 228 Compton, Kenneth - 188 Conder, Marcia - 24, 53, 100, 101, 112, 164 Condor, Nancy - 154, 208 Conn, Denise - 188 Conner, Barbara - 188 Conner, Betty - 208 Conner, Mark - 208 Cook, Billy - 164 Cook, Bobby -- 208 Cook, Deborah - 208 Cook, Joy - 208 Cook, Sherry - 228 Cooper, Bobby - 40, 164 Cooper, Patricia - 47, 228 299 DeHaes, Dail' Ricky - 209 Hager, Barclay - 42, 168 Duckworth, Bruce - 230 00 Cooper, Paul - 73, 87, 188 Cooper, William - 208 Copeland, Mrs. Barbara - 282 Copeland, Beverly - 29, 64, 100, 208 Corich, Elizabeth - 32, 58, 65, 79, 164 Casper, Sheana - 40, 74, 228 Cothran, Charles - 136, 228 Davidson, Deborah - 44, 229 Dawson, Jerry - 209 Deal, Debra - 209 Deal, Bu ddy - 7o, 165 Dean, Larry - 209 Deaver, Mrs. Dorothy - 260 Dees, Waldo - 209 DeHaes, David - 83, 166 Gregory - 209 Cothran, Janet - 58, 188 Cattle, Terry - 229 Cotton, Jacquelyn - 71, 188 Catton, Lonnie - 153, 164 Cotton, Marilyn - 71, 188 Cotton, Samuel - 229 Cowan, Pat - 164 Cowen Monica - 153, 208 Cox, Mrs, Beverly - 49, 270 Cox, Gaylan - 36, 70, 164 Cox, Jerry - 208 Crabtree, Danna - 152, 208 Crabtree, Karrie - 188 Craddock, Stephen - 229 Crayton, Sharon - 64, 74, 188 Creager, Glen - 229 Creech, Sheila - 29, 100, 229 Crippen, Bryan - 229 Critz, Jerry - 229 Critz, Robert - 229 Crockett, Branten - 152, 226 Crockett, Hayes - 152, 164 Crosby, Miss Constance - 272 Crosby, Daniel - 84, 136, 208 Cross, Jerry - 229 105, Cross, Stanley - 58, 60 Crouch, David - 32, 72, 188 Crowder, Cindy - las Crowe, Carol - 79, 208 Crowe, Mark - 51, 65, 72, 124, 152, 165 Crump, Cynthia - 188 Cuff, Colleen - 208 Culbreth, James - 49, 125, Culver, Jolynn - 54, 188 Culber, Kenneth - 209 188 Cummings, Teresa - 54, 86, 188 Cunningham, Carol - 44, 229 Delane, Vicki - 44, 229 DeLaTorre, Abraham - 189 DeLaTorre, Daniel - 148, 229 DeLaTarre, Johnny - 209 DeLaTorre, Robert - 209 DeLaTarre, Ruben - 41, 154, Delmar, Cynthia - 44, 229 Delmar, Holland - 58, 60 Densmare, Nancy - 209 Deringtan, Mark - 70, 166 Derington, Kathy - 229 Derr, Bruce - 165 Derr, Burr - 2, 49, 73, 94, 166 Desrosiers, Michel - 209 Desrosiers, Pat - 105, 166 Devers, Christine - 230 Devers, Debara - 44, 189 Devers, Teresa - 230 Dewberry, Terri - 230 Diaz, Myriam - 61, 230 Dickson, Kimberly - 230 Dickson, Toni- 21, 40, 47, 49, 166 Didway, Diana - 209 Dill, Lois - 166 Dimmette, David - 58, 189 Dimmette, James - 58, 83, 209 Dimsdale, Todd - 58, 87, 152, 230 Dishman, Jim - 209 Dixon, Russ - 209 Dobbs, Richard - 138, 230 Damnick, Michael - 189 Dorety, Vicki - 44 Dorsey, Bill - 42, 61, 116, 166 Dossett, Lanette - 230 Dossett, Lanita - 230 Dotson, Pamela - 230 Douglas, Roy - 189 Douglas, Sherry - 166 Douglas, William - 230 189 Earle, Tony - 166 Earle, Christopher - 230 Easter, Riley - 230 Eclgls, Beverly -- 230 Edmondson, Daniel - 189 Edmondson, David - 189 Edmondson, Dewayrle - 210 Edwards, Anita - 44, 79, 230 Edwards, Charles - 58, 210 Edwards, Charles R. - 210 Edwards, Mark - 136, 210 Edwards, James - 148, 230 Edwards, Steve - 70, 166 Edwards, Thomas - 189 Ehemann, Leon - 138, 230 Eldridge, Michelle - 230 Ellingson, Jackie - 230 Ellingson, Juanita - 37, 166 Elliott, Mark - 61, 77, 230 Ellis, Stephanie - 210 Ellis. Teresa - 230 Embry, Daryl - 61, 210 Emert, Anthony - 210 Empey, Eddie - 166 117, Cunningham, Mr. Melton - 261 Cuppernell, Terry - 209 D Dail, Ray - 8, 40, 51, 65, 72, 165 Dale, Linda - 85, 152, 209 Daley, Yvonne - 165 Dalli, Eduardo - 229 Daxsee, Joseph - 209 Dazier, Don - 58, 59, 60, 63, Dozier, Mrs. Jean - 260 Draper, Kevin - 230 Dreher, Michael - 230 Empey, Kenneth - 230 40, 41, 44, 230 Erigal, Pam - 44, ss, 153, 189 English, Catana - 210 Engel, Catherine - Enright, Thomas - 189 Enright, Timothy - 190 Epperson, Thomas - 154, 230 Epperson, William - 210 Erconbrack, Rennie - 167 Ernst, Mrs. Ruth - 257 Esquivel, Johnny - 70, 167 Esquivel, Louisa - 210 Esquivel, Sylvia - 230 Estes, Don - 40, 167 Dalli, Ri chord - 42, 409 Daman, Mark - 229 Daman, Sheryl - 49, 165 Darlond, Deanni- 54, 209 Darlond, Dwain - 152, 229 Darlond, Mr. Ted - 254 Davis, Mr. Billy - 275 Davis, David - 34, 105, 165 Davis, Gary - 58, 60, 165 Davis, Kathy - 165 Davis, Larry - 229 Davis, Mark - 42, 209 Davis, Marsha - 209 Davis, Mary - 229 Davis, Michele - 188 Davis, Toni - 165 Davis, virkia - 165 Davis, Walter - 42, 209 Davis, Mr. Walter - 261 Driver, Bobby - 138, 230 Drysdale, Kenneth - 138, 230 Duenkel, Cynthia - 64, 209 Duffy, Michael - 230 Dulack, Victoria - 210 Dulworth, Ronald - 61, 230 Duncan, Fred - 58, 189 Duncan, Susan - 230 Dunlop, Becky - 74, 166 Dunn, Catherine - 153, 189 Dunning, Elizabeth - 153, 230 Dunning, Frankie - 210 Durham, Kenneth - 42, 84, 147, 210 Durham, Randall - 230 Dutschmann, Deborah - 210 Duvall, Brenda - 44, 230 E Ealum, Harvey - 210 117, Etter, Gary - 35, 107, 108, 109, 167 Evans, Laura - 61, 231 Evans, Mark - 12, 190 Evans, Pamela - 71, 190 Evans, Rebecca - 231 Evans, Shelli - 231 Evans, Sydney - 231 Evans, Terry - 210 Everett, Mr. Bill - 104, 256 Evins, David - 231 Evins, Steven - 69, 231 Ewing, Deb - 167 F Fail, Frank - 231 Faling, Kenneth - 51, 190 Farish, Leslie - 231 Farish, Mark - 40, 65, 190 Farris, Mr, James - 282, 283 Farmer, Robert - 152, 190 Faulkner, Donna - 16, 41, 51, 52, 53, 56, 57, 65, 93, 167 Faulkner, Vicky - 54, 63, 106, 19 Favors, Rick - 154 Feely, Lindo - 231 Ferro, Stefaan - 231 Paw, William - sa, 231 Fields, Terri - 190 Fikes, Mr. Harold - 136, 280 Fillmore, Cynthia - 63, 210 ririalay,'clarlr - 231 Fischer, Sheila - 8, 40, 54, 210 Fisher, Heather - 105, 167 Fisher, Rosalyn - 44, 231 0 Fitzgerald, Charles - 40, 231, 245 Fitzgerald, Sundy - 210 Flaherty, Brian - 58, 231 Golden, Ferrell - 233 Golden, Freddy - 70, las I Gomez, John - 58, 211 Gonzalez, Gloria -- 191 Gonzalez, Carolina - 153, 191 Gonzalez, Joe - 233 Gonzalez, Mary Ann - 233 Gooch, Marilyn - 71, 174 Goodman, Pamela - 233 Flaherty, Kevin - 58, 59, 60, 167 rlarily, Joy - 210 Flority, Susan - 190 Fleer, Steve - 190 Fletcher, Carl - 210 Flores, lrma - 190 Flores, Toni - 153, 167 Flournoy, Douglas - 232 Fly, Mrs. Roberta - 260 Fantanilla, Johnny - 210 Forbus, Carol - 54, 74, 190 Forbus, Debra - 58, 232 Foster, Daniel - 210 Foster, David - 136, 210 Foster, Sheila - 86, 167 Fox, Donald - 190 rrarilr, wallar - 167 Franks, Dora - 232 Freeman, Thomas - 232 Freestone, Tim - 20, 51, 190 French, Christie - 232 Frerich, Harvey - 70, 190 Friemel, Jana - 167 Friemel, Mary - 232 Fritz, Joseph - 40, 138, 151, 232 Furgerson, Sandra - 232 Furguson, Richard - 232 G Gabel, Celeste - 232 Gable, Lawrence - 58, 190 Gaines, Marilyn - 232 Gaines, Raymond - 232 Gaitan, Mary Ann - 232 Gaither, Ronny - 125, 128, 19 Galloga, Rosemary - 232 Gallup, James - 211 Gamez, Rosa - 211 Gammon, Bruce - 211 Garcia, Dolores - 85, 232 Garcia, Joe - 70, 167 Garcia, John - 232 Garcia, Richard - 232 Gardner, Donna - 63, 190 Gardner, John - 232 Gardner, Mr. Louis - 261 Garland, Tony - 21 1 Garlin, Harold - 232 0 Goodman, Patricia - 191 Goalsby, Ray - 42, 191 Gormley, Mrs. Ruth - 260 Gormley, Shelio - 191 Goude, Dana - 63, 108, 109, 168 Gowan, Joyce - 191 l Gavvari, Karla - 211 ' Graham, Brenda - 233 l Graham, Danna - 41, 54, 211 ' Graham, Michael - 61, 233 Granger, Charles - 233 Grant, Richard - 191 Grantland, Steven - 233 Gravette, Vicki - 63, 211 Green, Billy - 168 Green, Connie - 71, 168 Green, Daniel - 233 Green, David - 233 l Green, Mr. Eddie - 266, 278, 279l Green, Patricia - 71, 191 Green, Tommy - 151, 211 Green, Tony -- 212 Greenwood, Jerri - 86, 191 l Greer, Mr. Mike - 129, 280 N Greer, Randy - 49, 191 Gresham, Kenneth - 42, 212 1 Gresham, Becky - 168 Gressett, Curtis - 42, 73, 116, 191' Grider, Pamela Grider, William 74, 86, 212 -42,136, 212 ' Griggs, Melinda - 81, 85, 233 Grigsby, Joyce - 58, 168 Grimes, Richard - 233 Grizzle, Scotty -- 58, 60, 168 Gribbs, Calvin - 233 Gunter, Jane - 191 Guthery, Robert - 191 Guzman, Olga - 212 Guzman, Javier -- 212 Guzman, Oscar - 168 l Gyer, Randall - 51, 83, 191 H X i Hagan, Robert - 233 i l Garms, lezlie - 58, 81, 232 Garms, Melissa - 81, 191 Garner, Cathy - 167 Garrett, Donna - 86, 154, 211 Garrett, Jan - 167 Garrett, Mrs, Pat - 260 Garza, Mrs. Sandra - 280 Gathings, Mrs. Shellye - 278 Gatlin, Deb - 167 Hager, Hale, E Nancy - 64, 212 die - 41, 74,168 Hole, Glenn - 191 Gatlin, Robert - 21 1 Gee, Patty - 54, 211 Geer, Steven - 233 Geist, Danny - 71, 211 Gentry, Jo - 233 George, Kenneth - 233 Geren, Sandra - 40, 41, 191 Geren, Van - 211 Getts, Robert - 60, 191 Gibson, Rhonda - 233 Gideon, Vincent - 191 Gill, Tommy - 211 Glegharn, Rita - 211 Glenn, Karen - 168 Glenn, Steve - 191 Glover, Deborah - 51, 191 Glover, Robert - 42, 211 Glover, Sharon - 191 Gains, Sue - 211 Haley, Cherri - 233 Haley, Dennis - 233 Haley, James - 191 Haley, Susan - 212 l Haley, Tim - 17, 4o,12a,129,1as Halford, Darla - 233 Halket, Scott - 40, 169 Hall, Mr. David - 138, 151, 281 Hall, Dianna - 212 1 Hall, Linda - 212 Hallmark, Chris - 51, 65, 72, 191, Hallmark, Randy - 42, 212 Halsey, Chris - 42, 212 ' Hamill, Eva - 47, 77, si, 212 l Hamilton, Deborah - 212 Hamilton, Rickey - 191 Hammer, Danny - 169 Hammer, Rickey - 71, 192 Hammer, Rockey - 192 'lamon, Gerald - 73, 192 'lardee, Stephen - 233 'lardin, Arthur - 73, 169 -lardin, James - 192 -lardin, Keith - 212 iargis, Diana - 44, 85, 233 'largis, Jeff - 70, 169 'larless, Kathy - 44, 233 'larmon, Rebecca - 212 -larmon, Toby - 234 -larrington, Pat - 169 dorrington, Thomas - 234 'larris, Gary - 136 lorris, Gary W. - 192, 212 -larris, Jae - 234 larris, Kathy - 234 -larris, Paula - 192 'larris Robert - 153, 192 larris, Sandra - 86, 169 larris, Sharon - 234 larris, Terry - 151, 169 tarrison, John - 58, 234 larrison, Vance - 169 larvey, Mrs. Sienna - 274 ian, vagky - 34, 234 larwell, Jan - 29, 54, 86, 100, 169 lash, Charles - 40, 192 lashert, Cindy - 65, 67, 169 lotawoy, Mrs. Ann - 257 latoway, D Anne - 44, 77, 212 flatridge, John - 61, 234 lawkins, David - 128, 169 llawkins, Mrs. Joy - 271 loyes, Debbie - 212 layes, Rhonda - 63, 192 laynes, Bruce - 212 laynes, Tim - 169 lazel, James - 169 lead, James - 42, 58, 212 lead, Richard - 192 lead, Tom - 42, 72, 85, 105, 169 leard, Jeffrey - 212 learon, Neva - 47, 61 , 69, 81, 85, 1 87, 212 leimann, Linda - 192 Ieimann, Vincent - 234 lenderson, Jerry - 169 endersan, Joe - 73, 136, 213 endrix, Steven - 234 lenkel, David - 192 lenkel, Michael - 192 lernandez, Jose - 234 ernandez, Michael - 58, 59, 60, 213 lerron, Laura - 64, 122, 154, 213 lervey, Mrs. Penny - 283 lickey, Joy - 51, 81,192 wicks, David - 136, 147, 151, 192, 213 ligdon, Mrs. Betty - 261 iggins, John - 213 igh, Sandra - 85, 213 ightower, Colene - 234 ightower, Colon - 192 ill, Cheryl - 213 ill, Eddie - 40, 71, sa, 169 in, Mrs. Gladys - 268 ill, Jerry - 138, 234 ill, Laura - 234 ill, Martin - 213 inch, Suzanne - 234 indman, Daryl - 213 inojosa, Gabriel - 234 inoiosa, George - 234 labdy, Carla - 44, 234 ack, Norman - 213 Hodges, Deborah - 40, 54, 213 Holcomb, Linda - 70, 170 Holderman, Clay - 234 Holderman, Jani - 213 Holiday, Kevin - 72, 148, 234 Holiday, Robert - 21, 51,102,128 162, 170 Holland, Gwynn - 63, 65, 79, 108, 109, 170 Holliday, Rebecca - 44, 54, 65, 120, 121, 193 Hollingsworth, Debra - 170 Hollingsworth, Debra - 213 Hollingsworth, Karen - 213 Holman, Jon - 31, 170 Holmes, Steven - 61 Holt, Evelyn - 29, 47, 69, 100, 213 Hoover, Andrew - 235 Hornsby, Mrs. Deena -- 272 Horton, Mr. Ben - 278 Hope, Nancy - 235 Horn, Debra -- 58, 213 Horn, Orval - 24, 213 House, Carl - 148, 236 Housewarth, William -- 58, 87, 193 Houston, David - 42, 193 Houston, Donna - 235 Howell, Linda - 235 Howell, Walter - 83, 193 Howie, James -- 69, 81, 235 Hubbs, Debbie - 170 Huckaby, Sandra - 58, 97, 100, 193 Huckaby, Mrs. Thelma - 260 Hudson, Don - 235 Huerta, Jovita - 13, 30, 54, 55, 170 Huerta, Raul - 51, 193 Huerta, Rita - 44, 235 Huff, Brenda - 235 Huff, Donna - 193 Hullmaster, Laura - 235 Hughes, Mrs. Charlotte - 267 Humphrey, Rickey - 63, 193 Hurtado, Mike - 213 Hurtodo, Robert - 128, 170 Husband, Sherry - 58, 213 Hutchins, Gilbert - 58, 213 Hutchinson, Michael - 148, 235 Hutsan, Joanna - 213 Hux, Danny - 193 Hux, Rebecca - 213 Hynes, Lee - 41, 235 l llgenlritz, Mrs. Allene - 272 lnmon, Terri - 64, 235 Irwin, Priscilla - 70, 170 Isaac, David - 42, 72, 193 Isbell, Allan - 58, 193 lshom, Dennis - 42, 193 Ivins, Eddie - 79, 235 J Jackson, Mr. James - 226, 275 Jackson, Joan - 193 Jackson, John - 193 Jackson, Mary - 235 Jackson, Nancy - 193 Jackson, Vickey - 213 James, Mr. Gary - 138, 281 James, Gregory -- 42, 213 Jarrett, Charles - 61, 235 Jaynes, Gregory 122, 154,213 Jarrett, Sharen - - 235 Jaynes, Hoyt - 174 Jenkins, Frank - 40, 58, 214 Jenkins, Michael - 42, 61, 214 Jenkins, Terry - 193 Jenkins, Thomas - 170 Jennings, Tex - 58. 235 Jenson, Dan - 72, 214 Jenson, Terry - 193 Jessup, James - 214 Jetton, Denise - 64, 235 Johns, Kathy - 214 Johnson, Aletha - 51, 193 Johnson, Bobby W. - 214, 233 Johnson, Gary - 58, 214 Johnson, Liane - 54, 214 Johnson, Martha - 40, 214 Johnson, Patricia - 235 Johnson, Randy - 235 Johnson, Ricky - 42, 73, 193 Johnson, Ross - 235 Johnson, Vicki - 170 Jones, Deborah - 170 Jones, Kenneth - 235 Janes, Robert - 70, 84, 193 Jones, Sheila - 51, 86, 193 Jones, Susan - 235 Jones, Thomas - 214 Jones, Tesa - 40, 170 K Kane, Sherryl - 61, 214 Karns, Forrest- 63, 171 Keane, Deborah -- 61, 69, 83, 235 Keatts, David - 147, 235 Keatts, Mark - 214 Kee, Richard - 214 Kee, Terrie - 54, 214 Keele, Roberta - 77, '214 Keefer, Mrs. Ann - 273 Keele, Leeta - 51, 194 Keele, Richard - 235 Keelin, Glenn - 214 Keeth, Dennis - 214 Kelley, Jack - 193 Kelly, Andrew - 23 Kelly, Kay - 44, 235 Kelly, Ricky - 36, 51, 72, 128, 153, 171 Kelsey, Mrs. Christine - 278 Kemp, Brenda - 64, 235 Kemper, Debra - 81, 235 Kennedy, Russell - 235 Key, Paula - 51, 54, 194 Kieffer, Nelson - 236 Kile, Carol - 85, 236 Kile, William - 194 Killian, David - 214 Kilmer, Julie - 236 Kilmer, Bill - 105, 171 Kimberlin, Alan - 194 Kimberltn, Glenn - 171 King, Mr. Charles - 136, 152, 281 King, Curtis - 171 xing, Cynthia - 64, 69, al, 236 King, Lynne -- 236 King, Mike - 47, 72, 105, 152, 171 King, Randy - 40, 214 King, Susan - 214 Kinnamon, Randy - 40, 128, 171 Kimi, Jerry - 42, 72, 77, 214 Kirby, Benito - 41, 56, 63, 110, 194 Kirby, John - 214 Kirby, Rebecca - 64, 236 Kizzia, Randy - 236 Kizziar, Joe - 214 Klassen, Arthur - 236 Klemp, Diana - 152, 171 Knight, Terry - 214 Knittle, Mark - 42, 72, 236 Knittle, Martin - 236 Knopp, Donna - 160, 171 Korver, Thea - 77, 194 Krob, Clifford - 42, 194 Krob, Mary - 236 Krueger, Mrs. Betty - 260 Krueger, David - 215 Kuhn, Dorothy - 49, 61, 236 Kuhn, Steve - 236 L Ladewig, Mr. Lane - 129, 278 Lamb, Stanley - 236 Lambert, Charles - 215 Lambert, Darrell - 136, 236 Lambert, Harrell - 236 Lambert, John - 58, 60, 215 Lambert, Margo - 67, 105, 171 Lambert, Quaida - 215 Lambert, Victor - 136, 215 Lomere, Catherine - 69, 74, 122, 154, 171 Lomere, Janet - 69, 236 Lamsens, Kim - 236 Lancaster, Al - 67, 152, 171 Lancaster, Carolyn - 215 Landrum, Netta - 236 Landry, Eugene - 236 Lane, Mrs. Beth - 77, 274 Langford, Robert - 140, 171 Lankstan, Shelby - 215 Large, Billy - 237 Lauderdale, Charles - 237 Lauderdale, Janet - 69, 194 Laurenzana, Ramona - 237 Lavender, Lonnie - 84, 215 Lavender, Mary - 171 Lawrence, Donald - 152, 153, 194 Lowry, Phillip - 61, 237 Lawson, Don - 40, 42, 72, 172 Lawson, Steven - 51, 194 Lawson, Thomas - 215 Laye, Pamela - 215 Laylield, Perry - 42, 194 Layton, Richard - 42, 172 Ledbetter, Marrion - 40, 237 Ledgerwaod, Mrs. Helen - 268, 269 Lee, Charles - 42, 73, 215 Lee, Down - 237 Lee, Marcia - 172 Lee, Mark - 154, 194 Lee, P2997 - 194 Lees, Janet - 67, 215 Leflel, Tye - 56, 92, 172 Leltwich, Charlotte - 215 Legate, Phyllis - 215 Legate, Richard - 237 Leibensberger, Amy - 79, 237 Leibensberger, Ann - 40, 86, 172 Lenhart, Cathy -- 70, 172 Lennox, Larry - 237 Lennox, Sidney - 44, 237 Lepori, Mark - 51, 172 Leroy, Donald - 154, 237 Leroy, Grant - 40, 136, 237 Lewis, Kathrin - 47, 58, 194 Lewis, Patsy - 215 Lewis, Susan - 61, 215 Lewis, Susan M. - 215 Lightfoot, Harald - 237 Lightfoot, Mrs. Kathryn - 278 Linden, Bruce - 40, 83, 125, 215 Linam, Patsy - 172 Lindamood, Tim - 154, 215 Lindesmith, Cindy - 49, 58, 172 Lindig, Donald - 237 Lindig, Ronald - 58, 77, 237 Lindsey, David - 237 Lindsey, Mrs. Dorothy - 268 Lindley, Miss Wanda - 271 Linsley, Cheryl - 54, 215 Linsley, Gary - 172 Linsley, Michael - 172 Linville, Shirley - 86, 122, 154, 172 Little, Lynn - 7, 64, 237 Little, Randy - 140, 151, 172 Littleton, Roger - 10, 63, 109, 172 Lloyd, Sylvia - 47, si, 152, 215 Locke, Laurie - 194 Lofton, Marilyn - 44, 47, 85, 215 London, Mike - 152, 172 Londt, Eduard - 58, 215 Lang, Glenda - 215 Long, Joy - 215 Long, Tommie - 216 Langhoter, Mrs. Jean - 260 Looney, Cindy - 172 Looney, Rex - 237 Lopez, Pauline - 237 Louviere, Ason - 51, 194 Love, Ernest - 238 Love, Michael - 194 Love, Julia - 40, 71, 194 Lowry, Robert - 12, 140, 173 Loyd, Gary - 216 Loyd, Randall - 42, 216 Lucas, Mrs. Marilyn - 271 Luna, Carlos - 60, 61, 194 Lydia, ramps. - 173 Lydia, Vivian - 85, 238 Lynch, Loquito - 238 Lyon, Edward - 238 M McAllister, PBGQY - 239 McArthur, Jerry - 239 McBride, Denise - 9, 56, 57, 90, 91, 195 McBride, Dennis - 44, 51, 128, 195 McBride, Michael - 238 McBride, Rosemarie - 217 McCall, Gregory - 195 McCarley, Suzanne - 217 McCarver, Mikelyn - 63, 109, 174 McCaslin, Sheri - 40, 238 McCaslin, Teri - 238 McClellan, Thomas - 238 McClelland, Letha - 54, 64, 94, 217 McClelland, Rusty - 52, 53, 104, 128, 174 McClure, Lesa - 58, 238 McClure, Melody - 51, 65, 195 McCallum, Katie - 195 McConathy, Patricia - 67, 217 McCarkle, Janet - 238 McCorkle, Ronnie - 239 McCowen, Robert - 42, 116, 195 McCoy, Rodney - 84, 154, 195 McCuller, Beverly - 49, 195 McCurdy, Linda - 239 McCurry, Lisa - 239 moods, Rick - 10, 19, 174 McDole, Melanie - 28, 100, 217 McDonald, Annette - 61, 101, 239 McDonald, Mr. Roger - 273 McDonald, Roxanne - 64, 74, 81, 1 301 1 Reed, Lloyd - 243 Reynolds 02 217 Mcbougald, Mary - 69, 217 McGibboney, Deeonn - 71, 195 McGill, Belinda - 44, 239 McGill, Charlyn - 47, 49, 224, 239 McGlone, Marla - 61, 174, 239 McKee, Deborah - 195 McKnight, James - 51, 195 McLain, Mr. Hollis - 261 McLaughlin, Scot - 58, 60, 239 McLaughlin, Thomas - 217 Mclemore, Paul - 239 Mclemore, Phyllis - 174 McManus, Deborah - 71, 195 McMeans, Diane - 63, 81, 174 McPherson, Mrs. Nell - 257 McVay, John - 51, 102, 128, 152, 174 McVay, Molly - 40, 56, 92, 93, 195 Mack, Debra - 216 Mack, Michael - 238 Mackie, Susan - 74, 86, 173 Madison, Marcus - 49, 238 Magor, Cynthia - 194, 195 Maloney, Kevin - 42, 152, 173 Mammen, Phillip - 216 Maner, Karen - 173 Mongum, Dottie - 63, 173 Manning, Paul - 216 Monson, Bobby - 58, 81, 238 Mantooth, Bill - 173 Marion, Pat - 71, 173 Marlowe, Linda - 216 horney, Marla - 44, 64, 238 Marquette, Denise - 238 Marshall, Carolyn - 195 Marshall, Laiuana - 216 Metz, Michael - 239 Metzger, Catherine - 217 Metzger, Joseph - 239 Metzger, Bill - 42, 174 Mexia, Anthony - 63, 195 Meyer, Larry - 6, 138, 239 Middlebrook, Richard - 217 Miles, Danny - 83, 154, 174 Miller, Darrell - 42, 217 Miller, Debbie - 53, 174 Miller, Deborah K. - 217 Miller, Millar, Gregory - 217 Janice - 239 Miller, Karen - 239 Miller, Mark - 217 Miller, Sharon - 239 Miller, William - 175 Minix, Molly - 195 Minix, Rita - 175 Minor, Barbara - 239 Minton, Kim - 61, 217 Mitchell, Janene - 44, 239 Mitchell, Janice - 239 Mitchell, Laurens - 128, 195 Mitchusson, Bryan - 125, 195 Mize, Karen - 63, 100, 170 Mize, Kirk - 87, 152, 217 Mizell, Beverly - 152, 217 1 96 Murphey, Cynthia - 240 Murphy, Brenda - 175 Murphy, Jodia - 69, 74, 100, 240 Murphy, Susan - 240 Murphy, William - 240 Murray, Paula - 54, 196 Musick, Zebrah - 240 N Narvaez, Micky - 240 Narvaez, Victor - '196 Neff, Jo Anne - 51, 54, 65, 196 Nelson, Don - 240 Nelson, James - 240 Nelson, Michael - 84, 151, 218 Nelson, Mitch - 175 Nelson, Sandra - 58, 175 Nelson, Miss Susan - 273 Nelson, Vicki - 240 Nerio, Edna - 85, 241 Nentwig, Mr. Don - 140, 266, 276 Newman, Barry - 148, 241 Newman, Don - 241 Newman, Jerry - 241 Newman, Terry - 218 Newton, Stephen - 218 Nichols, Jeri - 40, 241 Palmer, Kenneth - 42, 218 Pannell Pardo, 168, Pardo, Parker, Parker, Parker, , Kathryn - 242 Cynthia - 30, 40, 74, 81, 176 William - 42, 218 Jock - 40, 63, 105, 176 Mrs. Janice - 276 Melanie - 242 Parks, Carolyn - 242 Parks, Jack - 197 Price, Deborah - 197 Price, Jo Carol - 29, 54, 64 100, 218 Price, Leah - 218 Price, Linda - 63, 197 Price, William - 242 Priestly, Miss Jean - 276, 277 Prince, Jeff - 84, 242 Prince, Jimmie - 218 Pritchett, Larry - 58, 60, 75, Proudfoat, Cynthia - 242 Proudtoot, Scott - 219 Parma, Pat - 40, 54, 55, 65, 100, 101, 197 Parrock, Nakita - 176 Porrent, Tina - 54, 86, 196 Parrott, Dennis - 197 Partain, David - 218 Partoin, Janet - 197 Patman - Ricky - 218 Patrick, Cathy - 153, 176 Patrick, Cheryl - 242 Patrick, Christine - 218 Patrick, David - 33, 51, 65, 72, 133, 152, 176 Patrick, Joe - 218 Patrick, Riche - 51, 65, 153, 176 Patterson, June - 44, 197 Patterson, Paul - 33, 197 Patton, Paula - 197 Patton, Thomas - 58, 60, 176 Pruitt, Doris - 242 Pruitt, Martha - 242 Puckett, Lelia - 44, 219 Puckett, Cynthia - 40, 54, 19 Puckett, Janet - 61, 242 Puckett, Mrs. Norma - 285 Puente, Ruben - 152, 177 Purvis, Mr. Nathan - 136, 148 Q Quinn, Michael - 198 R Ramsden, Tammy - 242 Roney, Miss Lindo - 285 Mizell, Rickey - 102, 103, 153, 196 Money, Bing - 239 Monroe, Carolyn - 44, 47, 196 Monro Monro e, Jack - 58, 60, 175 e, Kirk - 70, 175 Moody, Susan - 196 Nichols, Millie - 241 Nicholson, Donna - 241 Nix, David - 51, 128, 196 Nixon, Melinda - 176 Noah, Clyde - 241 Noah, James - 218 Noel, Robert - 154, 241 Paty, Martha - 44, 197 Paulson, Daryl - 242 Pearse, Miss Quote - 261 Moon, Anno - 7, 41, 79, 98, 239 Moon, Billee - 79, 152, 224, 239 Moore, Dan - 42, 71, 116, 117, 175 Moore, Deeanna - 44, 196 Moore, Harold - 148, 239 Moore iDovidsonl, Janie - 165 Moore, John - 61, 196 Moore, Melody - 40, 240 Moore, Ronald - 154, 240 Moreland, Ellen - 240 Moreland, Garry - 42, 43, 217 Martin, Billy - 238 Martin, Billy P. - 216 Martin, Janet - 44, 69, 238 Martin, Michael - 102, 103, 125, 128, 195 Martin, Rachel- 61, 238 Martin, Rex - 195 Martin, Ricky - 238 Martin, Vickie - 85, 173 Martindale, Margore - 216 Martindale, Sharon -- 173 Martinez, lsoias - 37, 137, 173 Martinez, Maria - 2, 38, 54, 55, 74, 173 Marvin, Jocelyn - 238 Marvin, Rowena - 216 Maternowski, Thomas - 72, 216 Mathews, Karen - 174 Mothies, Danna - 44, 174 Mattox, Harvey - 216 Mous, Chris - 174 Maxwell, Miss Janice - 276 Mayberry, Mrs. Jacqueline - 257 Moyers, Mrs. Bernice - 284 Mayhugh, Miss Shirley - 69, 276, 277 Mayfield, Sandra - 61, 216 Mayhall, Terrell - 40, 138, 238 Meade, Sam - 42, 83, 217 Meadows, Karen - 44, 239 Meadows, Mike - 42, 73, 174 Medlock, Connie - 79, 239 Moreland, Sondra - 217 Morgan, Jimmy - 217 Morgan, Joseph - 67, 128, 196 Morgan, Linda - 240 Morgan, Paula - 54, 85, 100, 196 Morris, Billy - 58, 60, 217 Morris, Brenda - 61 Morris, Diane - 26, 240 Morris, Glenda - 100, 101, 196 Morris, Mrs. Romildo - 268 Morse, Darla - 217 Morse, Chuck - 175 Morse, Lynn -- 240 Morse, Russell - 240 Morse, Teresa - 40, 196 Mosley, Janet - 240 Moss, Robert - 136, 218 Moss, Sharon - 24, 40, 56, 84, 86, 92, 93,100,101,175 Moya, Joe - 240 Moya, Luciano - 196 Muchmore, Mrs. Suzanne - 269 Medwick, Steve - 58, 174 Meeks, Debra - 64, 217 Meeks, Ricki - 239 Meeks, Vicki - 86, 153, 154, 174 Melton, Mrs. Jimmie - 79, 270 Merriman, Gerome - 152, 239 Metz, Charles - 239 i Muirhead, Mark - 49, 196 Mullin, Shaun - 240 Mulder, Jean - 40, 175 Mulder, Robert - 218 Munroe, Mr. Billy - 284 Munson, Mary - 44, 240 Munson, Priscilla - 44, 47, 51, 152, Nolosco, Patricia - 86, 196 Norman, Henry - 176 Norman, Jimmie -- 218 Norman, Madelyn - 58, 241 Norris, Edward - 218 Norris, Gary - 241 Norris, Michael - 218 Norris, Thomas - 74, 77, 105, 174 Northcutt, Kent - 84, 125, 196 Notley, Terry - 218 O O'Connell, Karen - 40, 241 O'Connor, Iris - 63, 196 Ogden, Barbara - 196 O'Hora, Karen - 71, 196 O'Lage, Robert - 241 Oliver, Cheryl - 241 Oliver, Janet - 176 O'Neol, David - 42, 117, 196 O'Neol, Mrs. Mary Ann - 281 O'Quinn, Shirley - 29, 58, 83, 100, 218 Orozco, lldefonzo - 218 Orozco, Retugio -- 241 Ott, James - 61, 218 Overland, Lydia - 61, 79, 241 Owens, Ernest - 241 Owens, Robert - 241 Ozymy, Gary - 241 Ozymy, Johnie - 42, 196 P Pace, Beverly - 242 Page, Mrs. Amy - 74, 105, 274 Pagitt, Rebecca - 197 Pagitt, Ricky - 70, 176 Pointer, Stephen - 197 Palmer, John - 242 Pecikonis, Mrs. Evelyn - 260 Pecikonis, Jeanette - 8, 218 Pedigo, Joni - 242 Peeples, Evelyn - 58, 197 Pena, Cynthia - 197 Pence, William - 42, 58, 197 Pennol, Eric -- 176 Pennol, Mary - 51, 74, 77, 197 Perez, Jose - 218 Perkins, Dorothy - 44, 61, 85, 197 Perry, Renee - 218 Peters, Peters, Cheri - 242 Kathy - 242 Peters, Patricia - 70, 197 Peters, Sharon - 74, 84, 177 Peters, Terry - 218 Fhariss, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Pickett, Lisa - 54, 218 Mrs. Ann - 268 Dena - 197 Dorothy - 197 Jo Ann - 177 James - 138, 242 Pickhard, Mrs, Barbara - 257 Pierce, Cherry - 44, 218 Piest, Susan - 218 Pilgreen, Johnny - 71, 197 Pinckard, Jerry - 242 Pitney, Robert - 197 Pittman, Robert - 61, 242 Pitts, Deborah - 140, 218 Pitts, Te rry - 177, 242 Plaski, Mrs. Gladys - 257 Platt, Elizabeth - 197 Platt, James - 242 Polkadn Ponder, ik, Dwain - 177 Steven - 218 Ponder, Vicky - 58, 177 Porter, Darrell - 218 Potts, Bruce - 218 Power, Leslie - 242 Powers, 147 Ronald - 41, 218, 128, Prater, Martha - 61, 83, 218 Pratt, Marla - 61, 83, 218 Pressly, Tom -104,128, 140, 177 Randle, Diana -- 86, 177 Randle, Gerrie - 41, 219 Randle, Patricia - 40, 242 Randle, Randy - 242 Range, Kathy - 44, 242 Rangel, Vincent - 219 Rathburn, Darrell - 219 Rawlinson, James -- 177 Rayner, Nanette - 198 Reaves, Ronald - 152, 219 Redding, Deborah -- 47, 242 Redding, Virginia - 219 Redding, Kevin - 242 Redding, Michael - 243 Reece, Brenda - 243 Reece, Randy - 243 -Read, Judy - ai, 219 Reeder, Thomas - 219 Reese, Richard - 42, 219 Reeves, Mrs. Dorothy - 257 Reeves, Mrs. Evelyn - 260 Reeves, Rebecca - 54, 64, 2' Remley, Timothy - 243 Reno, Randy - 41, 243 Reno, Rodney - 177 Roger - 177 Renshaw, Mrs. Doris - 273 Renshaw, Lisa - 9, 40, 51, 51 65, 198 Resendez, Esther - 219 Revell, Steven - 219 Raye, Judy - 29, sa, ioo, il Reynolds, Francis - 219 Reynolds, John - 243 ' Reynolds, Karen - 61 1 Reynolds, Kathleen - 63, 83,l Reynolds, Kathy - 177 1 Reynolds, Paul - 128, 129, , Robert - 198 Rhyne, Randy - 140, 151, 1 ma., Keith - ai, 219 , Richards, Cynthia - 64, 219 l Richardson, Bruce - 243 . Richardson, Shirley - 198 Ricker, Steve - 40, 177 Q Rica, Louis - 243 JW l Riddle, Pam - 63, 79, 243 'ddle, Stephian - 219 ddlehoover, Sandro - 243 edel, Penny - 219 ggs, Jani - 152, 219 iggs, Rebecca - 54, 64, 219 igney, Pom - 178 iley, Beoux - 243 iiley, Debra - 198 ioias, Joe - 70 iojas, Moria - 243 iojas, Rosemary - 243 iss, George - 243 iss, Raymond - 178 itter, Renetta - 63, 219 ' en, Marilyn - 66, 67, 77, 198 bbins, Sandra - 243 berson, Teresa - 243 berson, Tina - 219 bertson, Elizabeth - 51, 54, 65, 198 binette, Sandra - 219 binson, Beverly - 49, 198 binson, Carl - 198 binsan, David - 51, 128, 151, 178 binsan, Robbie - 85, 219 driquez, Cindy - 29, 100, 153, 178 driquez, Kathryn - 219 driauez, Manuel - 243 driquez, Michael - 220 gers, Anthony - 41, 83, 147, 220 gers, Donna -11, 71, 86, 178 gers, Gary - 136, 220 llins, Alton - 42, 51, 178 Ilins, Halli - 58, 59, 66, 67, 198 llins, Mrs. Janice - 121, 271 llins, Kennie - 138, 148, 243 sas, Columbia - 198 se, LeAnn - 220 shto, Brenda - 220 shto, Sheila - 243 ss, Chuck - 123, 154, 178 ss, Paula - 61, 220 s, Valerie - 243 alcava, Janie - 198 io, Anna Maria - 44, 243 der, Debbie - 198 e, Mrs. Francine - 268 - hing, Jeff -- 58, 59, 79, 152, 178 hing, Kathleen - 61 , 243 nak, Ervin - 243 sel, Michael - 220 sel, Paula - 243 sel, Randy - 243 sel, Ricky - 42, 198 sel, Steve - 70, 84, 178 sel, Vickie - 67, 220 hertord, Mark - 244 ledge, Robert - 244 ledge, Jan - 37, 53, 78, 112, 54 ls, Freddie - 47, 85, 154, 198 er, Renee - 220 nt, Kenneth - 244 I s dler, Mona - 220 X diet, wiiiiom - 125, 220 pson, Brenda - 224 psan, Ronald - 244 barn, Mrs. Carla - 256 chez, Fidencio - 40, 128, 151, 98 Sanchez, Tony - 138 Sanberg, Carl - 61, 244 Sanders, Rayman - 220 Sanderson, James - 138, 244 Sandlin, Randy - 70, 178 Sandoval, Jesus - 220 Sandoval, Janie - 31, 40, 49, 178 Sanford, Tommy Jae - 137, 244 Sarandis, John - 244 Sargent, Mrs. Bessie - 257 Sargent, Cecelia - 64, 1 17, 220 Sargent, Clellene - 9, 29, 47, 54, 86, 100, 178 Satterfield, Bonnie - 64, 244 Saucedo, Frank - 136, 244 Saucedo, Georgia - 54, 55, 179 Saucier, Dale - 220 Sauer, Leigh - 44, 244 Saulter, Larry - 61, 220 Savage, Annetta - 64, 220 Sawyer, Linda - 51, 198 Schenkler, Cynthia - 244 Schepf, Gary - 49, 58, 199 Schmitz, Donna - 53, 199 Schroeder, Debby - 49, 86, 179 Schroers, Michael - 58, 72, 124, 199 Sinclair, Ricky - 136, 220 situ, Paul - 49, 199 Sitton, Mr. James - 279 Skaggs, Becky - 245 Skaggs, Ricky - 245 Skeene, Kimberly - 245 Skeene, Richard - 220 Skinner, Gary - 245 Slaton, Mary - 47, 64, 245 Schuler, Bob - 220 Schumacher, Thena - 220 Schwarzkoph, Ronell - 244 Schwarzkoph, Rosalia - 179 Scott, Mr. Sam - Scovel, Suzan - 1 Scruggs, David - Scyrkels, Retta - 283 79 244 22, io, 41, 51, 54, 55, 65, 8l,100,101,119, 179 Seogo, Carolyn - 244 Seale, Miss Barbara - 268 Seaton, Wilton - 199 Seidner, Nancy - 47, 51, 53, 179 Selman, Rodney - 42, 220 Selveen, Robert - 179 Senstock, Karen - 58, 84, 244 Senter, Francine - 51, 122, 199 Senter, Patrick - 72, 244 Shafer, Charlotte - 199 Shafer, Debra - 244 Shanahan, Jeanie - 29, 40, 53, 65, 67, 79, 100, 179 Shanahan, Patricia - 54, 220 Shanz, Jimmy - 220 Sharp, Deborah - 199 Shearer, John - 69, 70, 179 Shearer, Vicki - 244 Sheffield, Ronnie - 73, 179 Shelton, Kirby - Shields, Gayle - Shields, Troy - 1 179 ai, 199 aa, 245 Shiflet, Curtis - 61, 220 Shilen, Mike - 74, 179 shipp, William - isa, 148, 151 245 Shoemaker, Cecil - 41, 148, 245 sh.-sib, Angie - 7, 54, 98, 179 Shorb, Michele - 245 Shotwell, Katherine - 220 Shoup, David - 245 Shrum, Michael - 245 Sibley, Mrs. Pam - 269 Stiller, Amelia - Siller, Carmen - Sills, Tom - 84. 220 44, 245 151, 179 Simmons, Jacob - 71, 199 Simmons, Mr. James - 273 Simmons, Randy - 42, 43, 220 Sims, Russell - 220 Slone, Kenneth - 85, 220 Small, James - 220 Smart, Teresa - 40, 245 Smartt, Vicki - 29, 100, 199 Smith, Ann - 199 Smith, Barbara - 154, 199 Smith, Bertie - 245 Smith, Mr. Bill - 278, 279 Smith, Bradley - 42 Smith, Charles - 199 Smith, Clayton - 220 Smith, Cyndi - 245 Smith, David - 199 Smith, Deborah - 199 Smith, Douglas - 245 Smith, Edo - 69, 245 Smith, Mrs, Helen - 260 Smith, J, D. - 179 smith, Jim - 179 Smith, John - 220 Smith, Karen - 220 Smith, Kim - 51, 58, 83, 220 Smith, Marion - 245 Smith, Mary -- 180 Smith, Pam - 180 Smith, Pat - 47, 51, 53, 180 smiiii, Paul- 221 Smith, Randy - 199 Smith, Rhonda - 29, 44, 100, 245 Smith, Richard - 199 Smith, Ronnie -- 138 Smith, Susan - 180 smith, miie - 246 Smith, Vickie - 58, 221 Sneed, James - 221 Snow, Charlotte - 221 Snow, Margie - 246 Snowden, India - 246 Snowden, Ralph - 200 seuiiiweii, David - 42, 221 Sparks, Patricia - 44, 246 Spotter, Mike - 63, 72, 110, 180 Speaker, Mike - 246 Spence, Beverly - 221 Sperry, Vicky - 154, 180 Splane, Ladonna - 221 Sprouse, Rhonda - 180 Spurgeon, Carolyn - 31, 180 Spurgeon, Deanna - 58, 200 Spurgeon, Debra - 44, 69, 85, 221 Stafford, Monte - 61, 221 Staggs, Mrs. Linda - 259 Staley, David - 61, 246 Stancil, Robin - 221 Stanley, Denise - 246 Stanley, Gary - 221 Stanley, Marcia - 246 Stanley, Tina - 221 Stanton, Valerie - 44, 85, 246 Starnes, David - 180 Starnes, Gary - 180 Starnes, Rickey - 221 Stegman, Bobby - 200 Stein, Sharon - 40, 200 Stephens, Jimmie -- 47, 79, 246 Stephens, Vicky - 33, 54, 73, 135, 180 Stephenson, Natalie - 64, 246 Stevens, Randy - 42, 200 Stevenson, Amy - 63, 221 Stevenson, Pamela - 152, 221 Stevenson, Robert - 246 Steward, Don - 58, 60, 180 Steward, Linda - 58, 200 Stewart, Debra - 221 Stewart, Jeannice - 221 Stice, Tammy - 246 siimii, Larry - 42, 75, 77, ios, 180 Stinson, Velinda - 246 Stipes, Randy - 41, 51, 52, 53, 81 12B,129, 140, iso Stackstill, Luonn - 180 Stoianik, Deborah - 64, 221 Stone, Max - 63, 200 Stone, Stacy - 64, 246 Stane,.Tracy - 18, 246 Storm, Grady - 84, 200 Story, Cathy - 47, 246 Story, Keith - 148, 246 Stoval, Mr. C, C. - 261 Stoval, Mrs. Ruby - 261 sioweii, aiiuii - 221 Strickland, Ernest - 246 Strickland, Kay - 180 Strickland, Lisa - 246 Strickland, Steven - 200 Strickland, Terri - 54, 181 Strohl, Terry - 148, 246 Stull, Janine - 47, 51, 200 Sullivan, Alan - 221 Sullivan, Andrew - 136, 246 Sullivan, Kathleen - 200 Sullivan, Sherri - 221 Sutton, Susan - 200 Sutton, Vickie - 64, 221 Swaim, Steve -4 181 Swicord, John - 9, 13, 53, 56, 72, 83, 91, 93, 136, 200 Swift, Monty - 32, 51, 53, 125, 200 T Tamayo, Albert - 246 Tamayo, Dolores - 246 Tarbutton, Janet - 58, 224 Tatom, Betty - 220 Taylor, Becky - 51, 54, 67, 181 Taylor, Charlotte - 45, 180 Taylor, Darin - 200 Taylor, Debra - 222 Taylor, Melissa - 54, 222 Taylor, Patricia - 222 Taylor, Mrs. Patsy - 281 Taylor, Sandra - 222 Taylor, Selonna - 180 Taylor, Sherry - 246 Taylor, Vickie - 221 Taylor, William - 200 Tennill, Mrs. Marilyn - 270 Teague, Wayne - 40, 51, 84, 180 Templeton, Thomas - 200 Terry, Miriam - 64, 222 Terry, Stephen - 63, 109, 200 Thaggard, Mrs. Joan - 271 Thomas, Brenda - 246 Thomas, Jan - 40, 49, 53, 103, I 13, 200 Thomas, Jimmie - 148 Thomas, Mis. Joan - 281 Thomas, Nancy - 246 Thompson, Frankie - 29, 47, 100, 105, 180 Thompson, Mr. Lee - 250, 259 Thompson, Tommy - 138, 246 Tharnquist, John - 79, 222 Thrall, Deborah - 200 Threlfall, William - 200 Tillery, Debbie - 11, 54, 55, 74, 181 Timmons, Rocky - 201 Tindall, Jim - 42, 163, 181 Tittle, Bobby - 246 Tittle, Johnny - 71, 201 Toland, Terre - 47, 152, 201 Toon, Mr. Jerry - 70, 282, 283 Torres, Ronald - 246 Torrez, Ruben - 201 Traughber, Allan - 246 Traughber, Angela - 181 Trevino, Jimmy - 222 Trevino, Joe - 181 Trevino, Mark - 246 Trocke, Mary - 63, 64, 181 Truitt, Deborah - 222 Truitt, Henry - 42, 67, 182 Tucker, Barbara - 182 Tuminello, Carole - 246 Tuminello, William - 201 Tunks, Mr. Jae - 278, 279 Turnbo, Bambi - 44, 246 Turner, Alton - 246 Turner, Dawn - 49, 246 Turner, Randy - 201 Turner, Valerie - 69, 222 mi, Kirk - 222 U Underwood, Carl - 61, 247 Underwood, Charlotte - 222 Underwood, Tracy - 247 Ussery, Randy - 138, 148 V Valimont, Kathy - 29, 53, 54, 86 100, 112, 201 Van Blarcum, Tina - 222 Vance, Oren - 73, 81, 85, 247 Vandagriff, Ronnie - 247 Vanderburg, Dixie - 247 Varner, Debbie - 182 Vasquez, Frances - 201 Vaughn, Marion - 51, 140, 201 Vowter, Terry - 42, 68, 69, 201 Vowter, Tommy -- 69, 105, 182 Vela, Martha - 44, 247 Venable, Larry - 51, 128, 182 Vernon, Vicki - 153, 201 Vest, Jimmy -- 247 Vincent, Donny - 247 Vishnesky, Ellen - 29, 40, 100 101, 182 Vita, William - 222 Vaelker, Charles -- 247 Vaelzke, Mrs. Ellen - 268, 269 Vrla, Theresa - 44, 201 W Wade, Lanney - 247 Wade, Randall - 42, 182 Wade, Rai - 64, 247 Wade, Ronnie - 222 Wadsworth, Larry - 138, 247 Wadsworth, Susan - 40, 79, 222 Wagner, Angela - 247 Wagoner, Emily - 13, 100, 222 Wagoner, James - 63, 109, 110, 201 303 r r ,- Wakefield, Lou Ann - 71, 201 Walker, Dugan - 136, 222 Walker, Frances - 201 Walker, Jeanne - 70, 182 Walker, Lewis - 222 Walker, Sandra - 58, 201 Walker, Stephen - 136, 222 Walker, Tim - 201 Wall, Mr. Earl - 261 Wallace, Mrs. Hazel - 279 Wallace, Leslie - Wallace, linda - 201 222 Wallace, Linnie - 83, 247 Wallace, Robert Wallace, Robin - Walls, William - Walshe, Therese Waltman, Calvin Woltman, Donna Ward, Debra - - 222 201 247 201 Walsh, Teresa - - 201 - 71, 201 - 64, 274 222 Word, James - 85, 247 Ward, John - 202 Ward, Mary - 10, 40, 63, 83, 182 Ward, Nadra - 222 Ward, Sheila - Wardlow, Debra 202 - 222 Wardlow, Thomas - 58, 247 Ware, Joe - 42, 43, 73, 182 Waring, Bonnie - 247 Warms, James - 202 Warren, Mark - 148, 224, 247 Warren, Michael 1 247 Warren, Pamela - 44, 64, 81, 202 Wasserman, David - 247 Wasserman, Robert - 222 Waters, Mrs. Louise - 285 Waters, Wende - 72, 222 Watkins, Joe - 202 Watson, David - 222 Watson, Debbie - 54, 182 Watson, Donnie - 51, 128, 151 1 82 Watson, Janet - 54, 202 Watson Kenneth - 61, 247 Watson, Linda - Watson, Monty - Watson, Paula - 202 11, 49, 183 2oz Watson, Ray - 222 Watson, Mr. Richa rd- 113, 274 Watson, Sherry - 64, 222 Watson, Terry - 64, 222 Watson, Thomas - 248 Watts, Raymond - 138, 248 Watts, Richard - 42, 202 Watts, Steven - 248 Weatherly, Danny - 42, 63, 110, 202 Weathers, Reason - 248 Weathers, Robert - 70, 183 Weaver, Audie - 223 Weaver, Debra - 223 Weaver, Doris - 248 Webb, Doshia - 223 Weber, Allred - 223 Weir, Virginia - 58, 87, 248 Weise, Calvin - 248 Weise, Sheila - 29, 36, 71, 100, 183 Weiss, James - 248 Welch, Cynthia - 202 Welch, Dennis - 202 Welch, James - 136, 223 Welch, Jeff - 248 Welch, Mrs. Yvonne - 257 Wells, Connie - 248 Wells, Karen - 248 West. Trucy - 58, 223 Wetsel, Brenda 1748! 'lg Wherry, Dorrinda - 248 Whiles, Mrs. Donna - 81, 270 Whitaker, Gerald - 40, 223 wane, cindy - 248 White, David - 154, 202 White, David L. - 105, 183 whats, D.-me - 40, 248 White, James - 19, 223 what., Make - 40, 248 White, Robert - 183 Whitehorse, Jeff - 202 whaewenh, Cheryl - 223 Wicks, Kirby - 223 Wikstrom, Chrysa - 51, 202 Wilcox, Helen - 248 Wilcox, Nancy - 223 Wilder, Mickey - 223 Wilkie, Susan - 203 Wilkinson, James - 248 Williams, Anthony - 249 Williams, Cathy - 18, 29, 44, 100, 248 wiliaqms, Ginger - 40, 63. 223 Williams, James - 83, 203 Williams, Kenny - 54, 149. 223 Williams, Margaret - 249 waiisems, Patti - 20, 29. 41 , 47, 51, 65, 98, 100, 152, 184, 203 Williams, Tina - 44. 154, 223 Williamson, Preston - 183 Willingham, William - 249 Willis,'Alma - 44, 249 Willis, Andrew - 249 Willis, Mrs. Martha - 260 Willis, Steven - 203 Willoughby, Pamela - 223 Willoughby, Russell -- 249 Wilson, Bobby - 249 Wilson, Brenda - 183 Wilson, Carl - 203 Wilson, Chris - 54, 55, 98, 183 Wilson, Connie - 223 Wilson, David - 249 Wilson, James - 203 Wilson, Julio - 51, 81, 203 Wilson, Robert - 203 Wimbish, Mrs. Eloise - 267 Winn, Mr. Jerry - 255 Wiram, Cdr. Gordon - 284 Wirick, Mary Lynn - 49, 183 Wise, Fred - 223 Wise, Kenneth - 42, 203 Wise, Richard - 138, 249 Wise, Roger - 249 Withers, Beth - 86, 203 Witt, Mrs. Gail - 3, 264, 269 Witt, Gary - 148, 249 Woerner, Debbi - 249 Wolford, Dale - 58, 60, 96, 223 Womble, David - 147, 223 Womble, Donnito - 183 Wood, David - 128, 129, 203 weed, Garry - aa, 147, 151, 183 Wood, Mr. Jae - 147, 269 Wood, Phyllis - 249 Woodall, Doug - 53, 83, 203 Woodall, Russell - 148, 249 Woodard, Dean - 70, 203 Woodson, Mrs. Melba -- 258 Worcester, Terry - 223 Workman, Deborah - 249 Wortham, Mrs. Cesa - 273 Wright, Becky - 183 Wright, mi - 147, 223 Wright, John - 203 Wright, Sue - 183 Wright, Theda - 29, 70, 100, 203 Wrinkle, Linda - 54, 223 Wylie, Jimmy - 35, 58, 59 Wynn, Kathryn - 249 Wynn, Ricky - 42, 203 Y Yarbrough, Earl - 40, 5 129, 183 Yarbrough, Raymond - 13 Ybarro, Gloria - 249 Ybarra, Jesse - 136, 233 Young, Mrs, Frances - 267 Young, Mr. John - 261 Young, Kathleen - 64, 81 Young, Mark - 223 Z Zablosky, Mrs. Glynel - 2 Ziegler, Bonnie - 69, 203 Ziegler, Roxanno - 249 Zimmerman, Jeff - 102, 1 128, 183 Zinn, Terri - 249 rm. .cuss-usmwn. a -D... 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