Nimitz High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Irving, TX)

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Leslie Garms Paul Sollenberger Dennis Bell Lisa Gresham Connie Gonzales Kerri Holderman Connie Lambert Tresa Truitt Dan Weatherly Teresa Ferrell Karen Jones Sharon Kemp Phlyis Turner James Cross Ralph Blackerby Greg Dunn Janet Pucket Tracy Morgenson Mary Grigsby John Haley Donna Hammer Paul Ratcliff Kelly Rushfeldt John Peeples Jeff Stranc Deanna Woodwall Dana O'Callaghan Larry Pryor Ricky Record Mark Dell Kurt Headrick Charles J errette Jesse Cofield Lisa English Jerry Hayes Julie Hoover Jody Puckett Becky Stegman Jim Andree Chris Stancil Tim L. Draper Mike Bailey Randy Hicks Sandra Jarrett Jimmy Patterson Barry Pike Robert Truitt Martin Senstock Daryd Wicks Marlene Edwards Kent Lewis Wayne Marlow CONCERTBAN Merrill Meadows Shelly Robbins Cindy Thibideau Ann Tyler Mary Beccerra Brenda Boccieri Jimmy Bradford Debbie Layton Lauri Maltsberger Tyahi Rankin Rhonda Reis Scott Sarandis Pam West Sandy Williams Angie Cooper Barbra Tennell Sandra Woodward Bill Conney Jon Lopez Billy Quinn Jay Rylant Leanne Ward Jerry Waggner Jack Grisham Matt Miller Dale Williams Danny Lara Eddie Palmer Kevin Thacker Bernard Turner Kathy Butthy Frank Alonzo Cliff Cook Robbie Dorris Lindel Easley Matt Warner Paula Webb Edwin Dotson Scott ,Lawson John Shelton Jackie Williams David Reinhard Randy Johnson Phillip Barnhart Cindy Layton Billy Burch Dena Hargrove Greg Matlock MARCHING BAND THE MIGHTY VIKING BANDS The Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, and Stage Band made up the bulk of the Nimitz High band program during the 1974-'75 school year. The Symphonic Band , with members who have achieved the highest level of musical ability, was the most profes- sional band at Nimitz. They performed the most diffi- cult literature. They met throughout the year with an emphasis upon concert type music. Concert Band mem- bers must have a well defined degree of musicianship. They performed music for its learning and entertain- ment value. The Marching Band is a combination of both the Symphonic and Concert Bands. They met only during football season, participating at all varsity games, pep rallies, the Bell Marching Concert, U.I.L. Marching Contest, and other marching related activi- ties. The directors are Earl Haberkamp, lr. and Paul Wallace. The Stage Band membership is by audition only. One must also be either a member of one of the bands or the chorale to qualify. The purpose of the group is to offer the serious music student an opportu- nity to perform music in the jazz-rock idiom. 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STA GE BAND ART This page above left - Jack Schardein. This page above right - James Nelson. This page lower left - Steve Rutledge. This page lower right - Binky Thomas. Opp. page above left - Sharon Green. Opp. page above right - Melanie Rockenhaus. Opp. page middle - David Howie. Opp. page lower - Mrs. Sibley. fr K. Xl X W N2 V .1 1, ll lf Xu if .A 551' Q Rl ll .J , . rl at .lr x X15 V 3, in it Ni X. N 3' id AX, I 5, w X t N 'St fl rx N4 V N' XE' N X N al , Q fl ,' .3 . l A N X . x I r 5. 3? -f., RX lo X' l' XXX , .- t XX J I Q 'sf Q X.. ll I4 Xi Si X EXPRESSIUNS FROM THE HANDS Hal Taylor John Hunter Bob Bishop Sharon Redding Steve Rutledge Stan Douglas Bobby Morris Sylvie Senter Binky Thomas Bobby Sanders Jack Schardein Kpthy Morris Wames Nelson X David Pailet 9 Lyn Hirch X Brett Thornton Mrs. Harvey - sponsor Mrs. Gwin - sponsor xy Mrs. Miller - sponsor 3 .X is ra l . R gf, idx f N, 3 4 I ,law M. The Art Club's main purpose is to involve students who are inter- ested in art, into the art world. These students attend art shows at surrounding schools and galler- ies. They involve themselves in making art objects to be sold to raise enough money to purchase something for the art depart- ment. The Art Club allows stu- dents to display and further develop their talent. fix Ruth Edwards Carol Baker Risa Raper Renee Nelson Cary Hyden Sharon Green Melanie Herring Bobby Wadsworth Mary Munson Many Luck Ann Howie Becky Dennis Melanie Rockenhaus Sheryln Jones Charles Swift Cheryl Finch Lisa Hayden David Howie CREA TI GA WORLD OF REALITY The Creative Writing Club meets once a week after school to share, to encourage , and to criticize written ideas among themselves. The structure of the organization prevents any kind of officers being feasible , although membership has increased this year. Once a year during the Spring Semes- ter they publish their annual Creative Writing Club book. This is a collection of their best work. Their sponsor is Mrs. Sibley. ef' CREA TI VE WRITING CHORALE ..,-..qQ W, Quentin Blackerby William Carpenter Michael Jarnagin Kimberly McKinney Virginia Schlicher Philip Armstrong Denise Beasley Sherry Byers Thomas Cardenas Scott Carpenter Kimberly Carter Jimmie Dail Cindy Dobbs Wayne Dobbs Ruth Edwards Les Parish Debbie Feely David Forbus Dawn Goodman Mark Greenwood Donna Hayles Valerie Hicks Loretta Huerta Johnny Huffman Pam Huffman Debra Hutcheson Dudley King Cathy Lawrence David Lawrence James Lawrence Beth Leadabrand Dorsey Leffel Rodney Leffel Ron Lindig Diane Little Sherry Loyd Sharon McAnear Marcus Madison Bruce Manson Lorrie Pence Sara Price Michael Redding Barbara Riddle Brad Ritter Anne Salick Leigh Sauer Dave Smith Debbie Smith Joel Smith Tammy Turner Michael Ussery Keith Wallace Tom Wilkie Cathy Young John Haley USICAL TALENTS R, an If T ta 'w ,Jr THIS PAGE: William Carpenter. OPPOSITE PAGE: Mary Munson. EXPERIENCED VOICES Connie Alley Denise Beasley Nanette Beavers Mary Bursby Mary Chapman LaVonda Collins Teresa Currens Barbara Dickerson Deena Edmondson Valerie Hicks Lorretta Huerta Debra Hutcheson Brenda Kemp Sherry Loyd Sharron McAnear Mary Munson Renee Nelson Cindy Norman Vickie Reeves Barbara Riddle Leigh Roberts Anne Salick Debbie Smith Sherry Taylor Beverly Van Riper Terry Vernon Debbie Webster Cathy Young Katheleen Young Terrii Zinn Rebecca Mitchell The 1974-'75 Chorale and 1974-75 Advanced Girls' Choir are clubs which help to further music and its cultural aspects through singing. These groups have been a very vital part of the curriculum at Nimitz. They also participated in money raising projects such as selling light bulbs, and putting on perform- ances. The Chorale uses the money from their pro- jects to travel every other year. Mr. Davis is the sponsor of these groups. ADVANCED GIRLS, CHOIR MEN'S GLEE MEDLE Y OF VOICES Philip Armstrong Quentin Blackerby Scott Carpenter Jimmie Dail Doug Dearinger Wayne Dobbs Lea Farish William Few David Porhus Mark Greenwood James Gross John Haley Johnny Huffman Micheal Jarnigan Dudley King David Lawrence James Lawrence Dorsey Leffel Rodney Leffel Ron Lindig Marvin Morris Dwight Patterson Mike Redding Brad Ritter Dave Smith Joel Smith Mike Ussery Keith Wallace Thomas Wilkie Mark Madison - Pres. William Carpenter - V. Pres. Sherry Byers - Sec. Thomas Cardenas - Reporter THIS PAGE: Scott Carpenter, Middle - Doug Dearinger. Right - Thomas Carde- nas. OPP. PAGE: Janice Hunter. SOU DS OFNEWCOMERS 1 fy: .,. .y llf'4+e5fa .I The 9th Grade Girls' Choir and Boys' Glee are both a group of people perfecting musical talents as well as learning to per- form. They also participated in money raising projects such as selling light bulbs and putting on concerts. Both groups per- formed at the U.I.L. contest on April 22, 1975. Meetings for these clubs were attended during the class in which they had choir. The sponsor in charge of these groups is Mr. Davis. Rosemary Aguire Debbie Boone DeAnne Coach Pam Davison Kathleen Henkel Gwen Kimbrell Debbie Laired Laurie Landrum Paula Lozano Brooke Maner Cathy McCammon Janice Hunter - Pres. Carol Monsees Mylinda Morton Patti Murray Glenna Rowland Wanda Thomas Sonya Thorson Tina Ward Darla Nix - V. Pres. Cindy Green - Sec. Lea Embuscado - Rep. NINTH GIRLS CHOIR E K4 I 2' M ,f LJWV 'Sf' WJ' ra y 4 .J . y , , iii' fs -4 S at ' Q' s "gi -1, f. n ,. . 3 " K, -- gr ,fq' , Q55 - ' A ' Q MK f ' X 1 M, x . k Y 4. 'Y' ' 4' '- ' , - is ai 1' X' V- 9 r 'ig H f L' . 1' 1 s ' ' "1 ' . 5, A ' , fa 6 i . , AU' Mc VA X LEADERS OF SPIRIT- The 1974-'75 Cheerleaders of Nimitz provide the spark that sets off the fire of spirit. They work all week on skits and introductions to add variety to the pep rallies each week. This year's captain was Brenda Clarkston. Her job included putting together the pep ral- lies, teaching cheers, getting the chants going at games, and making sure that the other 4 girls knew what to do. The three senior cheerleaders were: Brenda Clarkston, Charlyn McGill, and Amy Leibensberger. The two junior cheerleaders were: Karen Copeland and Ruth McVay. -," ,gt 5 Y' ..,. at ff P t . ' QE: '- sf I if Q , - ggfgtg we X as sy 125 Upper left - Karen Copeland and Ruth McVay. Lower left - Ruth McVay. Lower right - Brenda Clarkston. ' 21 4 'Y" N V QL C Wi' QW EVM Charlotte Brandenburg Laquita Lindesmith Sophie Montellano Carol Lotspeich Chris Sullivan Valerie Stanton Denise Beasley Loucille Hardin Ioan Alexander Sherry Bailey Angie Bates Sheri Bryan Cynthia Drake Debbie Rogers Pat Thomas Janice Miller - Captain 1975 Nimitz Vikas Maureen Glasgow Dawn Goodman Tanya Hensley Cheryl Hudson Brenda Knight Lisa Sauer Tammy Turner Laura Uhr - Co-Captain Rhonda McCoy Kim McKenney Melissa Meeks Cheryl Miles Linda Saunders Sally Shaw - Lt Karen Charlton - Lt. Tish Nulty Renee Pate Debbie Pollei Kelly Presley Barbara Riddle Margie Snow Stacy Stone - Lt Gwynna Walker Lt ENTERTAINERS OF SPIRIT ia The 1974-'75 Nimitz Vikas have attained a new height in drill team excellence and ability this year. They have acquired new field uniforms, new pep rally uniforms and new pom poms to complete their new look. They have continued to perform at every football game and this year have performed at each pep rally, too. Their long. tiring hours of hard work have certainly paid off! These estimated 40 girls and 6 officers spent more than half of their summer learning and perfecting routines, and then, countless more hours after school getting ready for their per- formances. Upper left - Chris Sullivan. Upper center - Rhonda McCoy. Upper right - Loucille Harden. Lower left - Officers: Janice Miller, Sally Shaw, Laura Uhr, Karen Charlton, Stacy Stone, Gwynna Walker. DE CA PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE Distributive Education Clubs of America, which is known to most people as DECA, is a club which familiarizes students with business practices and also teaches them how to work in groups. The members work in the mornings on various jobs to receive training in salesmanship and other areas of competi- tive business. Their sponsor is Miss Hervey . k,,.a nl S Vicki Kim Anthony Lynca Archambault Christine Devers Riley Lee Easter Hotch Van Blarcum Susan Henry - Pres. Calvin Weise - V-Pres. Clarence Green - Treas. Marla Marney - Sec. Stephanie Orozco Ronnie Matthews Debbie Nichols Susan Mantooth Kathryn Puckett David Paschall Dianne Sanders Debbie Timmons This page left - Becky DeHart. This page right - Donnie Tanya Nichols Leroy. Opp. page left - Jo Norris. Opp. page right - Diane Morris Loucille Hardin. Donnie LeRoy Don Hudson Carl Evans Rita Horton Becky DeHart Robert Best Teri McCaslin Camille Kosko Tex Jennings Lucia Lleras Laura Evans Amy Bales Kim Skeen - Pres. Janene Mitchell - Projects Michele Shorb Lisa Saunders Susan Waide Gracie Parker Shelia Marrow Janet Cherry Deanna Woodall Carla Massingill Sheila Barnhart Hope Evans Dubbi Hargrove Pam Allen Diane Dyer Karen Meadows Gina Pogue Laurie Hull Treasa Gilbert Renee Rich Nessa Frost Heather Veigel Connie Farish Sabrina Gregory Karla Bailey Twana Rankin Dena Hargrove Sheryl Andrews Debbie Epling - Sec. Debbie Boone Kelley Murphy ACHIEVINGA Jean Tidwell Paula Lozans Sherry Cook Mylinda Morton Cathy Caldwell Pat Thurman Connie Jones Tonya Selman Lynn Guenter Sandra Jarrett Loucille Hardin Sheri Winters Molly Riojas Carol Monsees Kim Boone Pam Sanders Julie Canfield Rosalyn I-Iarjo Janet Massey Bunnie Bonilla Rita Huerta Penny Zimmerman Jo Norris Nancy Thomas Diane Jenkins Shelia Anderson Teresa Vaughan Loretta Huerta Rachael Barber - Hist. Pat Cooper - Publicity Brenda Duvall - Encoun. D RECEIVING Future Homemakers of America, more familiarly known as FHA, is a club which helps the members with development of themselves, at school, or with their community. The purpose of making achieve- ments in this club is setting goals for themselvesg in which they receive degrees for achieving these goals. This year's FHA members will attend an out of town meeting in Denton. As a money making pro- ject the club sold candy. FHA FTA INDISPENSABLEAIDS The Future Teachers of America is an organization that promotes activities which are helpful to the school and the community. The FTA membership drive was held to attract more people who were interested in being active in a club. Activities which were carried out for the 1974-'75 school year were recordings for Plan A Teachers, helping teachers with various activities and collecting money for UNICEF on Halloween. Money raising projects for FTA included bake sales, and babysitting at PTA. The sponsors for FTA are Mrs. Wadley and Mrs. Branch. E t 1yl t.t, 1 .. Lynn Little Sharon Hott Risa Raper Cary Hyden Vicki Glover Laura Uhr Jeff Carter Tammy Stice Pauline Lopez Laurie Duval Michelle Shorb Diane Little Debra Feely Ruth McVay I an Mullican Sandy Craft Donna Wright Barbara Riddle Debbie Redding Sharon Redding Mark Warren Alice Moore Linda Smith Lisa Hayden Melissa Meeks Robert Paty Cathy Durron Michelle Dunn Karen Stephens Debbie Shafer Vickie Graham Cookie Shafer Sherry Loyd Jack Schardein Ian Schenkler Melinda Griggs Joe Fritz Kim Dickson Janice Miller Gay Manard Brenda Smith Debbie Moss Kim Carter Denise Hayes Marty Randle Sherry Cook Brenda Graham Nita Bonilla Kim Skeene Anne Salick Paul Salick Brenda Harris .Timmy Stephens - Pres. Anna Moon - V-Pres. Bill Moon - Parl. Amy Leibensberger - Hist. Becky Kirby Linda Garrett Becky Bray Cindy Pompa Janice Burton Debbie Kubica Shelly Bates Karen Wright Gary Witt Cheryl Miles Ruth Withers Gwen Kimball y 4 gif. ,R f -A if In U tid Donna Hayles - Sec. Charlyn McGill - Treas. Beth Leadabrand Kamie McFarland Charlotte Brandenburg Jean Leibensberger Debra Hutcheson Brenda Clarkston Carrie Clarkston Teri Shoemaker Diane Hutcheson Leah Hayden DEVELOPING OFFICE SKILLS The Nimitz Business Club is a new and exclusive organization to Nimitz this year. They provide services to students enrolled in business classes. During the course of the year they had planned candy sales, Christ- mas parties, and a Thanksgiving project. At the end of the year they awarded scholar- ships and recognized outstanding members. Their sponsor is Mrs. Butts. Dixie Vanderburg Janice Cunningham Charlene Munden Tanya Nicholson Tommy Thompson Sherry McGinnis Paula Kreitzmeyer Wayne Kreitzmeyer Brenda Anderson Lanetter Dossett Brenda Campbell Jeanne Johnson Sharon Roberts Olivia Love Wanda Parrish Donna Deaker Candis Caylor Sherry Cook Nita Bonilla Terrii Zinn Debbie Rogers - Pres. Shelly Rogers - V.Pres Karen Meadows Sherry Byers Tommy Warren Kim Skeene Donna Wright Dewayne Randle Tanya Nicholson Jack Schardein Dubbi Hargrove Jim Herrell Billy Walls Mark Money Gwen Koon Nita Dossett Opp. page top - Michelle Shorb. Opp. page bot. - Marty Randle. This page left - Debbie Rogers. This page right - Dewayne Randle. .,. . , , g ,,f-" NBC SPANISH CLUB FRENCH CL UB Lorrie Pence Phillip Underwood Mary Grigsby Laura Garms Alisa Parker Robbie Neurath Deena Edmondson Julie Dunn Deana Barton Kathy Douglas Tina Coffey Lisa Wooten Jeff Robertson Dewell Harper Dennis Bell Danny Lara Kelly Rushfeldt Jack Gresham Jeff Bongfeldt Lisa Gresham Carol Henry David Ferrel Joyce Hale Lyn Miller Paul Schultz Jessie Cofield David Lawrence Brett Thornton Natalie Stephenson Mark Derr Sharon Redding Dalia Banda Tina Ward Jo Norris Shelly Underwood Debbie Mullins Maria Garza David Reinhard Hal Taylor Melida Martinez David Howie Ruby Lopez Mary Ann Gaiton Joann Valentine Cindy Pitones Kent Lewis Binky Thomas Mrs. Yerger, sponsor Lynda West Anne Salick Billy West Bill Moon Jaci Hackett Jose Limones Manuel Guajardo John Reynolds Virginia Rangel Frank Ybarra Betsy Marshall Mrs. Wadley, sponsor Mr. Villareal, sponsor F LA GUAGESFROMDIFFERENT COU TRIES , .. ,Vk,. , . ,v-w mm-, tx . . .L , A as if 2 .r.,, '.:f-firing, S 5 if ,tt 1: GERMAN CL UB Melanie Rockenhaus Mark Atteburry Penny Zimmerman Terrilynn Britton lim Holderman Tammy Tissier Diane Hutcheson Sylvia Sandoval Sylvia Esquivel Tim Ercanbrack Kerri Holderman Ricky Allgeyer Gritchen Lowe Kathleen Henkel Vicky Reeves Roger Kimble: Curtis Mosher Philip Knight Ruth Edwards Brenda Morris Marty Randle Mike Woodall Mindy Turner Neal Herring Joe Fritz Joy Maner Paul Smith Ann Vita Lee Davis Mike Dennis Dan Mouser Josey Villa Kim Dickson Laura Bell Nick Case Helen Wilcox Sandy Craft Kathy Gammel Dale Williams David Varra Larry Tullos Paul Salick David Staley Randy Kizzia Randy Crouch Diana Tillez Janice Henry Mike Speaker W Jerry Canady Ricky Shupe Cary Hyden Margita Luck Mrs. Collins, sponsor Doug Carter The Foreign Language Clubs are groups of people relating to foreign languages, consisting of Spanish, French, and German, each having its own separate club. This was a new step, starting out in the year of 1974-75. The idea came from the students, since each club maintained enough members to support themselves. Having so many members, the clubs were very busy raising money for activities. Some activities which took place were a car rally, bowling matches, and picnics. The clubs also com- peted in various tournaments, one of which was the Inter- language Tournament, held Feb. 1, including all the clubs of different languages in Irving High Schools. Left - Kerri Holderman helps raise money for the Foreign Language Clubs. 29 HERO HELPING OTHERS GROW The Home Economics Related Occupa- tions program at Nimitz 'relates their activities to preschool children in day care. They presented educational materials for early children at Irving Day Care Association and had a puppet workshop to prepare a show for chil- dren in day care. To raise money to help them in their activities they planned a bake sale for each month. Their sponsor is Mrs. Copeland . Jackie Huffmaster - ,Pres . Ruth Withers - 1 V-Pres. Debbie Jordan - 2 V-Pres. Roxie Hinojosa - 3 V-Pres. Debbie Moss - Sec. Karen Vita - Treas. Gerry Adams Karen Clark Susan Darden Karen Dixon Joy Maner Julie Miller Pauline Tamayo Kathy Raspante Brenda Roberson Marianne Scott Debra Spearman Patricia Thomas Cheryl Duckworth Cheryl Miles wwf' we are R.: 5 ' ii if SHO WING CARE FOR OTHERS The Nimitz' Youth Against Dystrophy is dedicated to helping children in the Irving area who have muscu- lar dystrophy. They had a Christmas party for the children and took them to many sporting events and other entertainment centers on the weekends. All the proceeds from their money making projects, such as bake sales, will be given to the Jerry Lewis Tele- thon. Their sponsors are Mrs. Garza and Coach Rey- nolds. Denise Beasley - Pres. Harlis Freeman - V-Pres. Tammy Turner - Sec. Larry Chase - Treas. Larry Wadsworth - Hist. Debbie Baisden Richard Barron Gina Blackwelder Sherry Byers Debbie Cook Kyle Cornell Becky Dennis Sharon Elmore Lyn Guenter Toni Guenter Brenda Harris Roxena Hinojosa Lyn Hinch Susie Hook Jim Holderman Mike Jessup Debbie Jordon Cathy Lawrence Patricia Lopez Carol Lotspeich Debbie McDonald Lenae Marshall Sophie Montellanio Jo Norris Charlie Riggs Sammy Sandoval Leigh Sauer Helen Tennison Debbie Smith Janice Spencer Kathy Vail Tina Stanley Chris Sullivan Sherry Vail Claudia Tate Karen Vita .Qtdfl Opp. page left - Kathy Raspante. Opp. page upper right - Karen Vita. Opp. page lower right - Jackie Huffmaster. This page upper left - Harlis Freeman. This page lower left - Larry Chase. This page right - Denise Beasley. YA DS KEY CLUB YOU G MENAID COMMU ITY The Nimitz Key Club is a Junior Kiwanis Club whose purpose is helping the community. Meet- ings were held every Tuesday at 7:45 in the ROTC classroom. Activities for the year included putting up United Way posters, helping etch bicycles for the Police Department, and to etch valuables for teachers. The organization acquaints students with businessmen in the local area with their goals and pro- jects. John Haley - Pres. Jerry Slate - V. Pres Wayne Wilson - Sec. James Grider - Treas. Patrick McCollum Robert McCollum James Fox Charles Knapp Perry Anderson Michael Ussery Charles Lester Larry Slate Manuel Guajardo Michael Sterling Arlon Massey Upper left - James Grider Upper right - Arlon Massey Lower right - Robert McCollum Brenda Duvall STUDENTS INVOLVED WITH OTHERS The Key Link Club at Nimitz High School provides troubled Junior High School students around Irving with a senior high student who takes him to activities or just lets him talk. The members meet off campus about twice every month in cooperation with the Irv- ing Police Department. The club does not elect offi- cers because each works on a one to one basis with their match. They sold fruit cakes for Christmas to make money. THIS PAGE: Vachelle Wade. Charlotte Brandenburg Kerri Holderman Cheryl Maternouski Charlene Manden Nita Bonilla Melanie Baufield Johnnie DeVasher Vachelle Wade Hal Burnside Melinda Griggs Mary Bea Marshall Richard Grimes Kim McCurdy Mike Speaker Lola Andree Diane Andrews Christy Chick Colleen Cuff Tony Embrey Cathy Engle Dolores Garcia Treasa Henry Debra Kemper Dawn Lee Lynn Little Pauline Lopez Ianene Mitchell Janet Moskey Glenda Shields Sandra Reno Lisbeth Thomas Robert Durbin Karen Conner Stacy Stone Tim Baker Sam Collins Susan Darden Jaci Hackett Mary Nault Vickie Reeves Gary Rogers Kim Skeene Tammy Stice Kevin Synch John Haley MUALPHA THETA FUR THERING INTEREST IN MA TH Mu Alpha Theta is an international honor society for outstanding students in college preparatory math. It encourages further interest and study in the math field. Members are admitted by invitation only and were initiated in December. They met twice a month planning such activities as math games for the IA and FOM classes. Their sponsors are Mrs. McVay and Mrs. Fischbein. Debra Feely Margita Luck Ricky Medlin Daryl Wicks Jeff Stranc Carol Baker Laura Garms John Haley Cary Hyden Lola Andree Robert Paty Pam Bates Jeff Carter Mark Citzler Paul Ratcliff Sharon Dixon Linda Garrett Terri Hearon Steve Hubbs Gary Sayre Lanita Dossett Lynn King Clay Money Anna Moon Bill Moon Shirel McKnight John Reynolds Valerie Allen Lanette Dossett Dorothy Kuhn Arthur Klassen Bruce Howie Sharon Harris Debra Forbus Lezlie Garms Danny Green Rita Huirta David Keatts Connie Wells Kathleen Young James Nelson Valerie Stanton David Staley Kim Skeene Janice Miller Cheryl Patrick Randy Reno Mark Warren Keith Story Gary Witt Joe Fritz Becky Kirby Risa Raper Danny Harris - Pres. Ken Story - V. Pres. Debbie Marshall - Sec Debbie Kubica - Treas. Jacquelyn Neff Phillip Underwood Barbara Riddle Perry Anderson Debra Hutcheson Diane Hutcheson Dewayne Randle Bobby Wadsworth Raymond Kruckner James Lawrence Amy Leibensberger Thomas Harrington Melynda Woodard Karen Copeland Carol Lotspeich Tammy Massey Carrie Clarkston Kerri Holderman Manuela Montoya Terri Shoemaker Scott Parma John Peeples Kelly Presley Anne Salick Ralph Blakerby Brenda Clarkston Melinda Griggs Tanya Hampton Deborah Redding Dixie Vandenburg Cecil Shoemaker Lesa McClure Charlyn McGill Paul McLemore Charles Swift Donna Cousins Lisa Gresham Brian Hindman Chris Sullivan lean Tidwell Brent Washam Mike Hutchison Mary Munson Barry Newman Randy Randle Jimmie Stephens Sharon Elmore Brenda Smith Deborah Smith Jennie Parks Brian Knapp Chuck Knapp PROMOTING SCHOLARSHIP THIS PAGE: Randy Randle. OPP. PAGE: Cecil Shoemaker. Gary Witt - Pres. Amy Leibensberger - V. Pres. Karen Copeland - Sec. Lola Andree - Treas. Ralph Blackerby Debbie Buffington Brenda Clarkston Thomas Harrington Carolyn Howard Terry Huffmaster Dixie Vanderburg Bobby Wadsworth Paula Kritzmeier James Lawrence Chris Sullivan Linda Garrett Tamera Massey Janice Miller Debbie Kubica Teri McCaslin Kathleen Young Randy Randle Joseph Fritz Leslie Garms Charlyn McGill Karen Dixon Danny Harris The National Honor Society is an organization whose purpose is to promote scholarship. This year the club had its annual spring initiation of new members who were chosen by their scholastic achievements. The meetings were sched- uled for every second Thursday of each month. The organization is spon- sored by Mrs. Phillips and co-sponsored by Mrs. Rune. Sharon Harris Valerie Allen Debbie Forbus Mark Citzler Richard Dobbs Daniel Green Laura Garms Carol Baker Lisa Gresham John Haley Tanya Hampton Nelda Lindsey Charles Swift Mary Munson Cheryl Patrick Ann Salick Kim Skeene Randy Reno Anna Moon Bill Moon Mark Warren David Keatts Dorothy Kuhn Teri Hearon Lesa McClure Robert Paty NHS NEWSPAPER 4 1 .1 X 'fm-, -s : J44 'b MV gif? -- - I--dv ,4..,k, K This page upper left - Karen Mead- ows. This page upper right - Sharon Harris. This page center left - Cyndi Smith. This page center right - Debra Kemper. This page lower left - Kevin Redding. Opp. page top - Karen Wil- laford. Opp. page center - Dan Andrews. MAKING OTHERSA WARE -v-ggi lp ,A ,Q V t The Nimitz newspaper staff, the "Sword and Shie1d," publishes a paper every three weeks that entertains and informs the student body of past, present, and future events occuring in the school. Their sponsor is Miss Jean M. Smith who supervises the editor, Karen Willaford , the associate editor, Sharon Harris, and other members of the staff. All money from the sale of the newspapers goes to the cost of publica- tion. Karen Willaford - Editor Sharon Harris - Assoc. Editor Delain Hinch - Feature Editor Debra Kemper - News Editor Myriam Diaz - Club News Editor Kevin Redding - Literary Editor Dan Andrews - Sports Editor Shaun Mullin - Artist Brenda Clarkston - Typesetter Bruce Duckworth - Photographer Wayne Wilson - Photographer Cyndi Smith - Bus. Manager Larry Bridges - Reporter Joni Pedigo - Reporter - Cherri Haley - Reporter Susan Jones - Reporter Karen Meadows - Reporter Billy Walls - Reporter NEWSPAPER ROTC D E R D I T L Y The N1m1tz Hlgh NJ ROTC changes hlgh school boys into young men It developes informed citizens and strengthens characters The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps CNJROTCD main purpose is to promote an understanding of the military responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society Top right - Mike Speaker. Middle left - Bruce Day. Middle right - Wayne Wilson. Lower left - John Haley. Richard Allgeyer Perry Anderson Stephen Burnett Lance Bratton James Blough Kenneth Branch David Browning Rob Baker William Brunkhorst Jack Burns Kurt Chase George Cermak Dennis Cain William Canney Sam Collins Paul Caudle Jonny Crabtree Bruce Day Robert Dorris Bruce Dranchek Michael Dennis Roger Dewater Mark Diamond Lindel Easley Jeff Ford James Fox Thomas Freeman Alvin Goodwyn Mark Gordon James Ward Henry Godina Warren Groff James Grider Michael Gossett Harold Grider Richard Grimes Dicky Good Danny Harrison Norman Hawkins Ricky Hopkins James Golden James Holderman Kenneth Helton John Haley QiEXliQCl Ricky Hebert Lyndon Hinch Robert Isaac James Jessie Keith Jordan Douglas Jacobs Tommy Jessup Richard Johnson Leon Kaiser Alan Kinsey Joel Kizzia Charles Knapp Earl Love Glen Lilly Kenneth Watson Framk Ybarra David Manchen Pat Meadows James Miller Jim McConathy Robert McCollum David Moody Daniel Mouser David Macha Mark Massey Patrick McCollum Donald McCullar Robert Morris Tracy McDonald Fred Mayhall Kevin Meek Robert Kelly Larry Mexia James Mikels Billy Miller Randy Magby Steve McClellan David Metzger Richard Neal Marvin O'Connor Michael Page Robert Pierce Mike Phillips Michael Peavy Samuel Rogers Steve White George Woodall Tim Remley Jeffery Robertson Jim Rie Martin Senstock William Shelly Alan Smith Alan Stewart Roben Stone Alan Scruggs Jerry Slate David Sandridge Pat Sawyer Philip Stowell Danny Smith Tracy Sligar Mike Speaker Larry Slate Robert Truitt Jimmy Tillery Dwight Tidwell Matt Taylor Larry Tullos Ricky Trobaugh Steve Tittle Bernard Turner Michael Ussery Dale Villacci Donald Webester Don Wells Tommy Wilcox Wayne Wilson ROTC STUDENT C0 UNCIL COUNCIL GUVERNS STUDENTBODY The Student Council of Nimitz is an organization composed of stu- dents working toward the goals of fellow students. The organization sponsors the annual Skjonnet beauty pageant and all proceeds went towards buying Christmas gifts for underprivileged children. Fernando Albert Brenda Anderson Kim Ball Ronnie Bently Larry Brewer Randy Camp Jerry Canady Jeff Carter Kurt Chase Butch Cornelius Mike Coronado Lea Embuscado Carl Evans Susan Fackler Tim Farish Joe Fritz Mary Gaiton Carolyn Garcia Charles Granger Mary Grigsby Tony Gurnter Vicki Hansen Billy Harris Sharon Harris Johnny Huffman Roger Kimble Joe Kizzia Brenda Knight Cathy Lawrence Lynn Little Nancy Lloyd Ann Londt Ruth Martindale Debbie McConaghie Charlyn McGill Bevan Miles Sophia Montellano Shelia Morrow Curtis Mosher Danna O'Callaghan Teresa Orme Dianne Osuna Alisa Parker David Parker Priscilla Pitones Cindy Pope Kathy Price Linda Roberson Debbie Rogers Joe Sanchez Tony Sanchez Lisa Saunders Lisa Saur Sylvie Senter Bill Shipp Wayne Sloan Linda Smith Stacy Stone Ianava Taylor Hal Taylor Marsha Thomas Dawn Turner Joann Valentine Linda Vasquez Brenda Vick Mike Wade Bobby Wadsworth Larry Wadsworth Bobby Watson Lee Weiss Ruth Withers Calvin Wise Roger Wise of ' 'if hd- an EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Brenda Clarkston Danny Delatorre Tom Harrington Janice Miller Karen Copeland Shirel McKnight Chris Sullivan Beckii Zinn Greg Sturch Tresa Taylor Phillip Underwood Bret Warren Teresa Armstrong Leah Hayden Lisa Hayden Karen Stephens OFFICERS Randy Reno - Pres. Gary Witt - V. Pres. Bill Moon - Sec. Charles Swift - Treas. Jimmie Stephens - Chap. Cheryl Patrick - Hist. Cathy Engel - Parl. 'R fiif.vis-- is A .. - I 'gif fr- - A U ,, ' ' .xg mfr ,,. ,... .. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left - Alisa Parker. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top right - officers. OPPOSITE PAGE: Lower left - Bret Warren and Mike Coronado. OPPOSITE PAGE: Lower right - Executive Council. S T THIS PAGE: Left - Randy Reno. THIS PAGE: Right - Ronnie Bentley. SCIENCE INVESTIGA TING OUR WORLD This year's Nimitz Science Club has planned many activities for its members. The begin- ning of the year was directed toward member- ship drives and activities which would allow its 40 members to get to know each other. As the year progressed many activities were planned and carried out. Members went to the Callier Speech and Hearing Institute , the Marsalis Zoo, and many other places of interest. During the spring break, a five day camp-out trip was taken. On the trip, members learned about many things in science as well as about their environment, and the people around them. Lola Andree Lisa Dumas Marian Scott Lee Davis Sharen Dixon Marty Luck David Silver Mark Quin Linda Garrett Mike Denise Jerry Canady Dan Green Carmall Vince Bruce Howie Tim Taurrinan Joe Fritz Chris Sullivan Karen Dixon Camille Kosko Mark Boms Jim Holderman Frank Yarbo Cindy Hartman Tony Embryo Kathy Robertson Debbie Marshall Melanie Parker Jeff Bongfeldte Dewight Tidwell Maureen Glaskow Valarie Stanton Philip Underwood Melanie Rockehouse Jan Schenkler Denise Cain Darly Wicks Steve Hardy Upper left - Camille Kosko. Lower left - Karen Dixon r National Forensic League is designed to stimulate forensic in Nimitz. They do not have regularly scheduled meetings because they only have three members. They earn membership with points when they compete. The organization is an honor club with students from all over the nation as members. Planning is in session for six to seven tournaments ,H throughout the year of school. The first one was on September 28 at Irving High School. The sponsors are Mrs. Worst and Mrs. Wilkinson. COMMUNICA TINGAN IDEA THROUGH WORDS Mary Munson - Pres. Debbie Redding - V-Pres. Carol Baker - Sec. and Treas. Ann Howie - Reporter Cary Hyden Tim Schumacher Charles Swift Suzanne Devasher Ron Lindig Butch Cornelius Kathy Douglass Gary Rogers fl 5 K R153 Rape: Pam Richardson Lowygrfleffy Ann Hotwie Lower nght John Piest Myriam Diaz N ii Cindy Hartman Lynn Caison M A X J Y, N Teyina Conaway Doug Jagger XM XJ k I XM H tyx Karen Kerr Terri COOPCI NX X I QT' , ' Rita Kutch Becky Weldon X pkg X ' Q1 WE Y Xt mv' L51 .. Kathy Spense Ruby Lopez Xv X 'f"Y3f X TerriZinn NM Mgohxy, QJbCpm'lO. QE N, 1 kb L5 t IXJX D X i. SEJN. Q . A no xi BNNRSJ kj up 'NM NX. . x X v hyd CS xy kify. f NMVV M St M XJ yt -Q. . v R L . if ' ,XV1 xxx N 'X U X3 M J Xb K. X xl N X S, ,QQJ X NK 'NM igvr F T sw! R P ry X we sv may -so W SPEECH ' 'J J K J 43 VARANGIANS PRO UD VIKINGS Diana Barton Bette Batez Debbie Boone Judy Calhoun DeAnn Coach Tina Coffey Gina Pogue Tim Ercanbrack Lee Eheman Tammy Tissier Tawni Hearon Terri Hearon Jackie Huffmaster Bruce Howie - Pres Laurie Hull Connie Jones Tobi King Betsy Marshall Cissy Marshall Pam McConley Brenda Morris Diane Van Dyke Gracie Parker Vicki Reeves Kay Roycroft Natalie Stephenson The Varangians possess the true spirit of Nimitz High School. They really represent our school with their spirit, attitude and vitality. Without them our pep rallies, football games, and other sports events would not be the same. They make posters to deco- rate the school, gym, and football stadium. They stay after school many days working to make the signs that show others the true Viking Spirit. They attend all the sports events, supporting, and encour- aging others to support our Vikings. They take on the responsibility of judging each class at the pep rallies and presenting to the class with the most spirit the treasured and fought for Spirit Shield. This group of proud Vikings are sponsored by Miss Mayhugh, and are a real credit to the spirit of Nimitz High School. 1 Dwight Tidwell Jean Tidwell Annette Towner Brent Washam - V-Pres. Sheri Winters Kim Wilson Melynda Woodard Frank Ybarra Debbie Crutsinger Sherry Vail Kathy Vail This page left - Natalie Stephen- son. This page right - Tim Ercan- bI3Ck. Opp. page upper left - Barry Newman. Opp. page upper right - Philip Bray. Opp. page lower left - Netta Landrum. Opp. page lower right - Glenn Teague. PROMO TERS OF LEADERSHIP David Akins Sandy Amason - Pres. Gary Brantley Phillip Bray - V-Pres. Kathy Calvert Jerry Critz Bruce Duckworth Hope Evans David Finley Roland Gibson Donnie Gomez James Goodson Robert Graves Monte Harrington Terry Huffmaster Russell Kennedy John Klassen Steve Kuhn Netra Landrum - Sec. David Limones Lisa Manning Janet Mosley Barry Newman Jerry Newman Ricky Null Cheryl Painter David Russell Ronnie Rutledge Steven Scovel David Shoup Glenn Teague Alfredo Torres Dale Tribble Charles Voelker Lanney Wade Ricky Ward Michael Warren Tommy Watson The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is an organization at Nimitz whose main purpose is to pro- mote leadership training. These students attend school half a day and then work half a day receiving school credits. This allows them to get a head start in the training world. They gain experience and training while still in school. Having gotten off to a good start at the beginning of the year, with such activities as a picnic at Sandy Lake, they continued to plan and attend meetings and activities through- out the year. Their sponsor is Mr. King. VI CA YEA RB OOK H ,gnu-'-'M This page upper left - Tresa Tay- lor. This page upper right - Chris Sullivan. This page center left - Beckii Zinn. This page center right Q Brian Hindmen. This page lower left - Larry Wadsworth. Opp. page top - Karen Copeland. Opp. page center - Lanny Garcia. Opp. page lower left - Vicki Graham and Michelle Marquette. Opp. page lower right - Karen O'Connel1. KEEPERS OF MEMORIES If fwfziyflf Q3 E, 'las . 40 The 1974-'75 Yearbook staff consists of 18 members which perform such duties as photog- raphy, drawing rough drafts, writing copy and making headlines. The members work together on one book which has to please the whole school. It took time, patience, and experience which was a challenge for each of them. The Valhalla is a record of memories for all to look back on. Their final result was a yearbook which was a mirror reflecting feelings of every aspect of school. Larry Wadsworth Karen O'Connell an Cathy Engel Brenda Harris Karen Copeland Lanny Garcia Bobby Wadsworth Brian Hindman Llsa Dumas Brian Knapp Tresa Taylor Marty Randle Vicki Graham Chris Sullivan Beck11 Zinn Karen Dixon Michelle Marquette Sharon Dixon Miss Smith - sponsor YEARBOOK wg Y- V BRENDA HARRIS KAREN 0'CONNELL l ' Q Q s N ,hw Q x Q Q . Q Q Q N X 'C Ax x .JO -.,x , - .N v. .'f 'TQ' fi' lb x .NN .- -f 3 C Q .N V 5.- lx 'P - N' K X. 3 lh 5 HOMECOMING t'I'3 . rf: Opposite page - Football players participate in parade. Coach Ladewig enjoys getting pie in the face. This page - Homecoming queen being crowned at game. Kathryn McVay, Kim Simmons. holding flowers for the queen. Homecoming bon-fire. Fw, idecorate, Seniors winning the award for the most 'decorative creation. Thursday night at the bonfire a i IFALL VALHALLA -A HAPPYREUNION The Nimitz High School halls began to take on a fes- ftivelook as October 11, the date slated for Fall Val- halla, drew near. Each class was assigned a hall to blazing "V" against a darkened sky symbolized the 1 Viking spirit and tradition of homecoming. Spirits continued to rise at the pep rally Friday morning as many ex's were present, and everyone was antici- ,pating the night's game, and the game proved wor- 'thy of such anticipation. From kick off at 8:00 p.m., there was never a dull moment, with the P 1 score ending 21-21. After the regular half-time activities, the Valhalla Court proceeded onto the field, consisting of freshman princess, Jana Rouse, sophomore princess, Kim Wood, junior princess, Debbie Moss, and senior princesses, Janice Miller and Brenda Clarkston, with Amy Leibensburger being crowned queen. Activities continued as the cafeteria was transformed into a ballroom by removing a few tables and adding some decorations. Music was pro- vided by a group known as Short Change, and finally, homecoming became a happy memory - ending at 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning. HOMECOMING 52 PEP RALLIES SPIRIT EX PLODED A T PEP RALLIES This page - Charlyn Mcgill fupper rightj takes a short break as the band Qlower rightl plays. Micky O'Callaghan enters the gym with the rest of the football team. Opposite page - Netta Dosset shows her spirit with a yell. The cheerleaders and Vodahn end the pep rally with the school song. fs E X . V. , 5 l ,lgyl V, The Vrklng fans found an outlet for the1r sp1r1t talent and energy at the pep rallles th1s year Posters were parnted and hung the band played and the Vrkas performed at all the pep rallles Other fans yelled along to the next vrctory Seruors were especrally sp1r1ted for therr last year and won the sp1r1t award several urnes but a un1f1ed effort made our pep rallres what pep rall1es should el . . , , . 0 l , . with the cheerleaders to boost the team on . , . . b . t H I ' D , L' U , W QM J 5Uu,g,L,1t KX :Vw N X N4 7 fw D it I V X fx llwxfb H "J ' tkjv' - X I I fl Q TJ 5 yy-Wy 1 UVJX' N ,1 " if W WV: MW Vtkw f ' U I K E ffl: . 1 .f , 4, , X F Q ,fijjd x.4L,ylJkj 'VU YL" IU' rf JK W ' t tw l ff gf .J f fn Wm 'N V If V flint -UJ f of WD' fit' PN!! t 'J 'V' X' tl' jr 14 tg, J s ' U 5 my f fhftfll ' e ,kj - ' f x U f ,V Us J PEP RALLIES GAMES VIKINGS PROVE THAT WINNING IS FUN! The crowd goes wild with enthusiasm as Ruth McVay flower lefty leads a cheer. Defensive player Johnny Baker looks on from the bench at the offensive huddle. Opposite page - Jennie Parks and Beckii Zinn enjoy the game that Coach Bingham watches intently from the side- lines. Doctor Ireland , team physician, comforts David Parker after an injury and a defeat. ,W , Y A W X. 7 L K, Q 1 Vx if J .eazfsg X -.I , ' A rx Q x 1 K4 I' fy" HW, W W , lxvqi YF ig, , W Nimitz was well represented in district 'I-AAAA football this year with our hard working team. Their dedication proved worthwhile by their outstanding performance in every game, win, lose, or tie. The fans also got into the action by attending the pep rallies and games and giving the team motivation "to go out there and win! " In past years, our teams have worked hard to earn the title of "Pridefighters" and this year was no exception, as our boys really gave us something to be proud of I GAMES VIKAS The 1974-1975 Vikas have established a new image this year with their new military uniforms and marching and dancing techniques. They attended a camp at S.M.U. early this summer in preparation for football season, and returned with several awards. The officers also attended O.U. , and received two third place awards. The girls have worked diligently to be a tribute to Nimitz, and will continue to make us proud of them. The Vikas perform at a home game. Dawn Goodman, at a pep rally, seems to enjoy drill team. in VIKAS DANCE TO THE MUSIC YS Y' Tammy Turner and Margie Snow clap their pom-poms, and Laura Uhr, Co-Captain, leads a routine at an outdoor pep ralley. The Vikas enjoy the football game in Lhe upper pic- ture. VIKAS BAND THE BEA T GOES O WITH BAN In the top picture, the band shows its spirit in the relaxed atmosphere of a pep rally, while in the lower picture, they give a formal performance at a game. Right - Ron Lindig, drum major. leads the band in the homecoming parade. OPPOSITE PAGE: The band plays in the parade. Randy Hichs. James Andree, and Robert Trivitt play at a pep ralley while Jan Fill- more plays "Mickey Mouse" at a special game performance. FLA.-z' Nimitz has always taken pride in the band, and this year was no exception. Our band participated in the Bell Marching contest, and also in the U.I.L. marching, playing, and sight reading competition. They hosted the U . I. L. contestants in February. BAND SP I E W gs, A x -Q. 3' m N as L As fall evolves rnto sprrng Flowers begm to bloom Trees turn green, And thoughts turn softly to love School 1S drawmg to a close And for semors Sprrng lS a mme of endmg And a ume of new begmmngs But most of all It 1S a tlme for happlness -..-Q The outside world becomes a scary reality . . . . . I . . . ' THIS PAGE: Stacy Stone and Mike White are straining to see some baseball action . SPRING BEA UTY PAGEANT BEA UTIES GA THER A T SKJHONNET Kim Dickson Cupper lefty pauses in from of the judges. Barbara Riddle is escorted by Bill Moon. All of the girls smile while waiting for the final deci- sion. I The 1975 Skjhonnet was held on December 14 in the N1m1tz Hlgh School audltorlum A num ber of girls partlcipated from various clubs and This was a dlfficult dec1s1on to make, as all of the g1I1S were lovely Each year the beautles represent Nrmitz well and make us proud of them, and this year was certainly no excep tion organizations, but only eight were selected. A stage filled with beautiful girls Cupper lefty. Randy Reno, emcee for the evening, asks Linda Vasquez a question. Lynn Miller gives a clever answer for the judges. BEA UTY PAGEANT ROTCUS FIND TIME FOR FU , TOO On Saturday, February 22, the annual Military Ball was held at the Ramada Inn at 8:00 p.m. Short- change provided music for the dance. Amy Leibens- berger was crowned as sweetheart, and her court consisted of Robbi Wells and Janice Miller. THIS PAGE: Amy Leibensberger is crowned ROTC Sweetheart. Iana Rouse dances with Kurt Chase. OPPOSITE PAGE: Janice Miller stands with Mike Nelson. Sharon Roberts watches her date dance with her best friend. The ROTC court, Amy Leibensberger, Janice Miller, and Robbie Wells, smile prettily. 65 SENIOR PLA Y The senior class presented "Arsenic and Old Lace" on November 21 and 22 as its senior play. The play was made successful by the unified efforts of several people behind the scenes, plus a talented cast consisting of Terrii Zinn, Steve Hardy, Kevin Redding, Janet Mosley, Marcus Madison, Dawn Lee, Mary Munson, Butch Cor- nelius, Gary Witt, Ron Lindig, Don Lindig, and Bruce Howie. The old saying that a bad dress rehearsal makes for a good performance certainly proved true: anything that could possibly go wrong did, but all the bad luck vanished at show-time, and there was a very entertaining senior play. Top - Terrii Zinn and Gary Witt portray their parts well, as does Don Lindig frightb, but Don looks exhausted in the picture on the left. OPPOSITE PAGE: Dawn Lee comes down the stairs fupper lefty to join friends Cupper righth. Myriam Diaz makes-up Ron Lindig to fit his role, and Butch Cornelius smiles slyly at the photographer. SENIORS PRESENT 'ZKIRSENICAND OLD LA CE" SENIOR PLA Y FUND RAISING Money! That's a frequently spoken word but the object is not always so easy to come by. Nearly all of the students at Nimitz who are members of any club or organization have been involved in some sort of fund raising. Candy sales, bake sales, a sock hop, the senior play, even light bulb sales . . . all served to raise money for the sponsoring class or organization. The only problem is that by the end of the year, the "victims" of these projects are broke and the organization is, too, so the cycle must start over the next year with new members and unsuspect- ing freshmen as targets. OPPOSITE PAGE: James Nelson, fupper rightb sells bracelets for Art club. Randy Reno and Terrii Zinn flower lefty Beckii Zinn and Dewayne Randle flower rightb and Tex lennings and Susan Gardner enjoy the sock hop. THIS PAGE: Cecil Shoemaker fits in with the fifties. Bruce Howie and assistants sell Christmas messages for the Varanians. FUND RAISING DAILY LIFE Bruce Smith Cupper leftl looks too sad to concentrate, and at the same time Sherry Haddock flower rightj is glad to be at school. Tonya Wright pauses between classes at her locker. and Tracy Stone, Lee Hines. and Charlie Granger show us what friendship means to them. EVER YDA YLIFE CAN BE BEA UTIFUL Nimitz is very much a part of the lives of those who attend it, and even though people say they dislike school, there are those beautiful moments that make it all worthwhile. Aside from all the work and head- aches, there is still time for a few laughs and maybe even a few tears, but when put into perspective, we don't think anyone would want to substitute it for any other part of their lives. Belinda Seaton rushes to her locker so she will have time to visit before class. Tom Harrington is ready and waiting for whatever may come . DAILYLIFE 71 FA CIAL EXPRESSIONS Each individual has his own way of expressing an emotion, but whatever that way may be, the emo- tion shows up in his face suddenly and honestly. Smiles, laughter, tears, frowns, a crinkled browg all of these expressions on a person's face stand out to tell you how that person is feeling. In times when people are shamed for so many little things, it is beautiful to be left with the gift to display emotion. Valerie Thompson smiles shyly at a friend across the courtyard qupper lefty. Van Shasteen and Maureen Glasgow seem happy to be at Nimitz . I . ,Q 5' INNER FEELINGS SHOWIN FA CES James Gross fupper lefty looks discouraged under the weight of his tuba. Danial Weatherly is happily surprised Caboveb while Mark Derr would rather forget the whole thing! FA CIA L EXPRESSIONS BRENDA HA RRI S KA REN O'C ON N ELL X 0 +99 Q ' W E" R' X" f'1.f'75'K! Z ,' " 1 - 3 - - 5 z f N - U ' 6 119 J 1-xv xxx 5. I -P ENGLISH This page - Ricki Meeks appears a little bored fbelowl while Caro- lyn Carpenter and Lesa McClure are absorbed in their books. In the past, four credits of English have been required to graduate, but this year senior English became an elective. Mini-courses were also availa- ble as electives for juniors and seniors, each one being a half credit. This is because so many seniors who do not plan to go on to college will not have to waste their time on something they will never use, and those who do have college in their plans will be more inclined to profit from the course since all of the students in the class have chosen to be there . Not only is it better for the students, but now the teach- ers won't have to put up with bored seniors who really have no reason to be there other than that someone told them that it was required of them. In all, it is much better for everyone . wc- Qfifi ' ' 1 Wigtflf H z ENGLISH EXPLORES LANG UA GE This page - Eric Morris is amused by our photographer Cupper rightj while Nancy Thomas isn't even aware of him flower leftj. Kim Wolfe iabovej Lhinks "Why Me?" as he works on an assignment. Amy Holliday seems a bit surprised by her reading material. ENGLISH MA TH Keith Whitley takes a last glimpse at test material before entering class Cbelowl. Eddie Palmer decides a nap is more worthwhile than his assignment flower lefty while Jeff Hurtado seems to enjoy his work flower rightj. Tim Bilbrey is totally disgusted with the whole situation. LI"""W"' H' if' V MA TH TURNS MINDS TO COMPUTERS , my , et P Two years of math are required, but there are many advanced courses offered for those who are mathe- matically inclined. Nimitz has well qualified teachers in this field, and they are always willing to help those who do not catch on quickly. The math learned in these classes is applied in everyday life, and is a vital part of your education. Gordon Strong fupper righty gives the photographer a smile while Kim Wood is a little embarrassed by him. Keith Wallace pays no attentiong he is too baffled by the problem at hand. MA TH SCIENCE This page - Steve Charles concentrates on his assignment Cbelowb while Collette Rutherford seems a little confused Cupper rightj. Kenneth Henderson doodles flower lefty as Mr. Sitton gives a dem- onstration. 1.1 1' SCIENCE A SWERS P UZZLING Q UES T10 Science is a specialized field, required for two years. It teaches you to think and reason the results of a given situation. For those who have an interest in this field, many advanced courses are offered along with the usual Physical Science and Biology I. This subject serves as a challenge to learn by experi- ence. This page - Michelle Shorb seems absorbed in her work and David Brown intently studies little wiggly things in a microscope. Billy Cross discusses his experiment with his lab-partner. SCIENCE ART CREA TIVITY EVOLVES THROUGHART :zigfl xi I w 'fwimffi fi N A, le: 2? ,111 'R az: ' ' ' Si' 1: 5 ,, 3 f This page - Mary Colchin fupper leftj. Scott McLaughlin Cbelowh, and Binky Thomas show their artistic abilities. Opposite page - Abraham Bear Cupper lefty, Susan Murphey flower leftj, Ierry Har- ris Cupper rightb, and Danny Baker enjoy a creative class. W Art 1S offered as an elective for the creative student, allowing the freedom perspectrve , laws of design, and dlmensron are taught 1n thrs course, and slnce students are glven the free dom to do their own th1ng" it seems to be most enjoyable for those who are enrolled in ll N1m1tz 1S indeed pr1v1 leged to have such a qualifled staff for th1s specralrzed course . of self-expression. Such things as color ART P. E. Q , . . Pg.,-. ...rx , 74r?'F-r L. tem? - 114.1 Q 'L X- ,. . Rafi' ' Trf-if ,E ,z Cfx ' . ., ,, .. :Yrs ' 2 A-1, .34 . MSW? 33: . Q.: A rf M ut.. e qi X-.. ,F-4 I J ,f 4. N' TK YT E "" , s u Kiwi V 6. 'ffgq-' i tv, i ' A ,.---Xf5:,,'-'Q-.,-W.. .su-iii Q A-fi. -fir. 4, I .- H ,-"px Qfsjg '5"e?: if 33 " "i..3,,,?Q 7. ,.f9"j1 if a, . fi, Q, f .114 ' A X-.. L L 3.422 'nf a ff. .Y . ' ., -Q nf: fr.-rw. v-l- 'fx ,- g , 'b 'egg t 41. Qjgg,-Q Ny,-f.: vi t 'Q sg. if A j97fq:Xf"' x 2? wt ggiiwkzegta at, , a A , ,M .L W, , ' j X- KM : . f-. T 'hw 1. Larry Vick Cupper lefty and Sherry Wood flower rightj take a break to catch their breath. Jennifer West waits for a volleyball return. mb-wi, 'N , YN wwwlez. wa PHYSICAL ED UCA TION BUILDS in BODIES " ,. f' - fs ,,, , t ng s ., il in ' K ' H, V W X Q " a ,mhh 2 5 ' ,m.h Physical Education is a two credit course. It gives students an opportunity to build their strength and skill in athletics, and helps co-ordination. To have a healthy mind you need a healthy body, and P.E. is necessary to build bodies. Students participate in such sports as volleyball, basketball, football, base- ball, and gymnastics, and for most students it is more enjoyable than a regular class. Humberto Martinez plays basketball while Larry Septer, Randy Davis, and Danny Waumble play football. Coach Burch seems a little upset with Ricky Gonzales. P.E LIBRARY We have a well-stocked library that offers fiction, non-fiction, reference books, magazines, and any- thing else expected of a library. Librarians are always present to assist in any way possible. Books are an important part of education, and reading is necessary in anything you desire to know, so we're lucky to have such an outstanding library facility. Todd Slotwensky fupper lefty, Mike Sandridge, and Brenda Knight make use of library materials. Opposite page - Paul Mclemore Cupper leftj has assistance on a paper while Nita Dossett flower leftj casually reads. Sharron Hott Cupper rightj works as a library aide while Margie Snow looks through newspaper clippings. LIBRARYPROVIDES LEARNING LIBRARY HOMEMAKING HOMEMAKING PRO VES USEFUL IN The homernakrng department broad ened its horizons this year by allowing boys to enroll This went over espe clally well 1n Home and Family Liv course and of course child care sew ing and cooking are also offered Many things are taught in these classes that can be applied in life so it 1S a fun useful class LIFE Q x Q p . yyyy y A N k k ":e E .I f'.'Li L Ji ' ing. Mrs. Lucas teaches this beneficial 1 . v ' . . . , . . , Kelley Vardeman and Debbie Crotsinger wait to eat their freshly prepared meal, and Tracy McCurdy Cupper lefty smiles in anticipation. Mrs. Rollins assists Connie Jones with her sewing. 'f 18 ws? - - L 1 V git? . ii R 1 4 ""fV'J 774 f y 2 Cindy Pope Cupper lefty, Shirley Ennis and Linda Flatt flower rightj enjoy the sewing aspect of homemaking while Leigh Sowers Cupper rightj and Sheila Anderson apply themselves to cooking. HOMEMAKING DRA MA DRAMA A TTRA CTS TA LE TED STUDENTS This page - Cindy Hartman and Debbie Long have good time in drama while Mary Munson looks thoughtfully sad. Ruby Lopez enjoys acting with "leading men" Butch Cornelius fupper righty and John Piest flower lefty . sasr V -I few'1fw1iy:fzz,Af'f-aim: 1 in zrzzwt 22551 J ""' ' H ' Il .,.,.X,,g f T ' i " Drama is offered for students with theatrical abili- ties. Voice projection, body motion, pantomime and theatrical history are some of the things taught in this class. The students perform a cutting from a play of their choice each six weeks as a part of their grade, and it is really fun for those who are serious about drama and always give their best perform- ance. Suzanne Devasior gives a speech while Gary Rogers acts goofy. 92 BUSINESS OFFICE SITUA TIO S SIMULATED I BUSINESS This page - Cheryl Oliver concentrates on a test while Julie Miller talks to a friend. Mini Gomez Cupper rightj rushes to finish her typ- ing and Jerry Canady assists Jeff Carter with his work. Opposite page - Janet Puckett Cupper lefty, Jody Armstrong Cupper rightj and Brenda Wetsol all concentrate on their typing assignments. 'Ns x Several business courses are offered for students who wish to develop such skills as typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and the use of office machines. Busi- ness math and law are also offered. We have a well- equipped business department, and any student who has taken several of these courses and applied him- self should have no trouble getting an office job after high school. BUSINESS KAREN COPELAND Z- -H -A - - iii:-' :" '1 .ffm ' T558 "1-- 'ff MQ -A--Z-, k X MR. NHS .44 is-ff" f -J ---J 'mm'-ll-47 f-' 'T ,kf-5'x'1, ik., ,irish W.. i ,.- -f-------- M , c,-..,k-- -'1' .,-,Sf ' ""' "" " " ',,,, .-,-.. ..,.,., i LZ-RQ , 4 .- -b -f rf-A--A-D ,J Q V--ij - , V XQN N 5 , N ii H ls VI ?! H 2 Ii H if I I I 4 s 1 fs.Ei,. MS. NHS . ,,..., ral -.....k ......,., l-.-f 1 .t.T."'.. ' N --3 MQ-,fi MR. NHS D Y REN ' Ms .. SPECIAL himself at Nimitz for four years. His most valuable contribution came this year when he served as president of the student body. Randy is well liked by his fellow classmates having being voted class favorite his sophomore and junior years. To remain in the top ten of the senior class is quite an achievement in itself and Randy has managed to do this with a high accumulative average. Randy is a strong follower of God and is respected by everyone for it . RANDY RENO has accredited Upper left - Homecoming Escort. Center - Senior-Faculty Volleyball Game. Far right - Skjonnet Master of Ceremonies. Lower left - Fifties Day. RECOGNITION AMY LEIBENSBERGER 18 a young woman wrth an ab111ty to thrnk and reason an over whelmrng person alrty and a beauty no one can deny Amy has been awarded Just about every honor grven out here at Nrmrtz and she accepts each one wrth modesty Amy 1S qu1te an acuve grrl servmg as cheerleader thrs year and berng one of the top srx g1I1S on the tennrs team The outlook Amy shows on 11fe 1S an rnsprratron to everyone 1 r AMY LEIBE SBERGER ,Q Upper right - ROTC Sweetheart. Center - Skjonnet Nominee. Far left - Cheer- leader. Lower right - Homecoming Queen. E J as H SEN1 ORS xgfyf 's , . o fi 0:4 'ff lg Q I ...fff -"' -Q Q ,J 3-fre 54 f"Q,:'wSq.'! ,L 5 2 H c ' 6 gf' . U of K' f Favorites Photography by Mintz Studios Q JUNIORS M S OPH OM ORES FRESHMEN y FA VORI TES x""'Wl, X im 4 Xin X s x, bf fgwrw PERSONA LITIES MA KE SENIORS VA LHA LLA COURT VALHALLA COURT THE EXCITEMENT OF HOMECOMING ..,.....1 I 'IX fa! ' ' S ab111ty, c1t1zensh p d h 1 acluevement are c d d b f h honor is bes d h ' d WHO'S WHO IDENTIFYING TOP SCHOLARS Who's Who in various subjects are lected by the p department , SOCIAL STUDIES DON LINDIG "1 MA TH- DANNY GREEN ROTC - JOHN HALEY RLMELA DOTSON ZMHHUEAUCHULS IHNWEMAKLNG PATCOOPER CIULDCARE- WHOSWHO BAND-BRUCEUWANSON ggi? SPEECH!-AL4RY AlUNSON' ART-SCOTT ARLAUGHLHV DRANUL-YERRHQHNN FRENCH - LA URA GARMS GERMAN- TAMMY TISSIER SPANISH- BILL MOON WHO'S WHO WHO'S WHO I l BIOLOGY - DA VID GREEN CHEMISTRY- GARY WITT PHYSICS - DOROTHY KUHN ENGLISH- RANDYRENO BUSINESS - CHERYL CHORALE- PHILIP PATRICK ARMSTRONG JO URNALISM- KAREN WILLAF ORD WHOKS' WHO DRAFTING - GEROME MERRIMAN I 'P K, . Q, f ' " i X I kkhk. ' . X 5554! SHOP-BARRY ICT-SANDYAMASON NEWMAN 1 BOY'SA THLETICS - CLA YMONEY BOY'S P.E. -JOHN SARANDIS GIRL'SA THLETICS - RITA HUERTA GIRL'S P.E. - CHER YL OLIVER A Y no A52 ' ' -' 4 9,6 ,MLW Q ,,fr'me'7Z?L " aware! ni, W7543' au, la ICJ . M '. f if? Q Q " -Z6 M I a I CQ!! ' 0af",Z5E If f O 7' bi 65 wofajl wa, was MEL ,. ' -. f- aaa. . X, . , WI 0 - 7' -ZZ' 72 ,,I ,- 63' ' g' 5 A :,- dl .II 214 M511 . K, fit! f' IGB X f E, ygygfn A wx 8 1 I7 Wflfff 91464 an ,f gigfg, M75 . 5 lg 1 al, af ' ' gg 'gf I o a O66 za ' '57 f 'Q 4 , Q1 ' I 4: W . ?"f-.72 A553151 in leaf? Ana' O I I gag, ' fits ai ' 74-S Wg, Qs f "9g5'??f's2ife3' fit, 0-GL. CW My l d AX GRITANDPRIDEA d P tdby 1974 '75Ch 1 d B dC1kt Ch ly MG11RthMVy L b b g K Cpl d GRI T AND PRIDE- MRS. LINDA STA GGS It is a tradition at Nimitz that at the close of foot- ball season every year we pay tribute to one special person who most depicts the title "Grit and Pride." This phrase was used four years ago by the Dallas Times Herald describing how we won the game against Irving High 14-12. At that time in the season we were without a win, but the Vikings had not lost their perseverance, determination and will to achieve. The stands, students, teachers, and administrators would not quit supporting. Maximum effort was given by the players and spectators. For four years at Nimitz we have had just such a partici- pant. This person is always willing and anxious to help both individuals and groups. You can always find this Viking at, not only football games, but at other sports games and band and choir concerts. This person is willing to give of her time whenever possi- ble. It is with great pride and pleasure that we pres- ent the 1974 "Grit and Pride" award to Mrs. Linda Staggs. GRITAND PRIDE SWEETHEARTS GMM' ROTC SWEETHEART- AM Y LEI BEN SBER GER YEAR-RO UND FOOTBALL SWEETHEART- MELINDA GRI GGS DEDI CA TI ON BA SKE TBA LL S WEE TH EART BRENDA HA RRI S BAND SWEETHEART- LESLIE GARMS S WEETHEARTS 1.1: A V V V F X ,N IQ if? L, , , ff? i wi 1-1. ug RIA GAI P I l T F L N4 1' Ha ffl' 1,g 'Q 'U wqsw BEA UTIES 'K J f -1 - 5, ?I 1? X 1 1 1 . 1 Q x . XR xx y , x .v IP 111 pap' Qii w ' S -v - LANNY GARCIA l .- f l ,' xx I 1 x I I ISI! II5 FOOTBALL THE GRITAND PRIDE IS PROVEN The 1974 Vikings football team united all of its ability and let the individual efforts fall into place to bring Nimitz its best season ever. Through all of the exciting and spectacular seasons ever played in the past, none were as consistant in being exciting and thrilling as this season proved to be . This season will long be remembered in that this group of young athletes proved to every- one, the GRIT and PRIDE that Nimitz has. The Vikings showed this in that they were No. 1 on offense and No. 3 on defense in the '7-AAAA District. Along with helping the team be No. 1, the individual efforts of Lynn Miles, Mark Citzler, and Clay Money were well recognized in that they all made the All-District first team. This year's captains were Clay Money, Charlie Granger, Tommy Thompson, Lee Hynes, Greg Iaynes, and Roger Wise. These young men were the leaders of a successful team which had a very successful season . Coach Cliff Bradley Coach Wayne Bingham Coach Mike Greer Coach Lane Ladwig Coach Don King Trainer Bob Wright FIRST ROW RlCky Null G Sr Roger Wrse T Sr Clay Money T Sr Lee Hynes T Sr Steve Morse T r Mrke Wade E Ir Mlke Pollel T Jr Chuck Seeber G Jr Danny Baker FB lr Mgr Joe FIIIZ SECOND ROW Ernre Stull WR Ir Tony Hrlton T lr Tommy Thompson FB Sr Gary Sayre T lr Brono Curry G Ir Harlrs Freeman Hgbopn Brlly Walls G Sr Darell Ienklns T lr Mgr Jerry Canady THIRD ROW Davrd Parker QB Jr Carl House FB Sr Mark Gltzler G Ir Bruce Derr C Sr Larry Wadsworth WR Sr Lynn Mrles HB Ir Ronald Trrgg HB .Tr A C Boone G Sr Rlcky JCSS16 WR Ir Mgr Tom Harrrngton FOURTH ROW Danny Clrnton QB Jr Doug Lawson E lr Charles Granger G Sr lohn Verron E Jr Ron Ateberry E Sr Johnny Baker WR Sr Kelly Lrles FB Jr Mrckey O Callaghan HB Jr Rlcky Meeks HB Sr Rocky Rrbble G Soph Ra-Udl' C3mP E S0Ph- Bret Warren QB So h. Keith Whitley E Ir. Greg Jaynes G Sr. FOOTBALL ADAMSON Season opener starts off on wrong foot with Adam- son scoring first . . . Viking offense can't seem to start a drive and are dropped for a safety . . . Adamson scores two more times, give Vikings first loss but are forced to forfeit the game because of an illegal player on the team. SCORE NHS 2, AHS 15. DENISON Vikings score first with a 2 yd. plunge from Tommy Thompson . . . a long punt return for the yellowjackets makes scoring close . . . fum- ble by Vikes gives Jackets another score . . . Lynn Miles makes a 44 yd. TD run and a 1 yd. run to clinch first win by a score of 20-19. Top right - Vikings about to open their season charge on. Above - A Viking score. Right - Sr. Ricky Null about to kick-off. OPP. PAGE: Top left - L nn puts a move on two Arlington Colts. Below - The defensive line awaits its oppo- m Y Miles is aided by Mickey O'Cal1aghan on a kick-off. Top right - Jr. Lynn Miles IICHIS. : DUNCANVILLE Rain pours down as the mighty Vikings score on consecutive runs by Lynn Miles of 16, '75, 7, and '76 to put the Vikes ahead early . . . Panthers can't seem to put a drive together in the rain because of the tough defense of the Vikes and only manage a TD . . . rain continues to pour all night long but Vike tailback Har- lis Freeman makes the score 32-6 with a 3 yd. run. MacARTHER Mac scores first with a blocked punt in the endzone for the only score of the game . . . defense holds through the night but offense can't seem to score . . . Vikes move ball all over field gain good yardage all night but are held from inside the 10 yd. line 6 times . . . Mac holds for the rest of the night to give Vikes first district loss with a 7-O score. I ARLINGTON Night of Homecoming and Vikes smell a victory over the Colts . . . Colts score first . . . PAT good . . . Vikes get on score- board . . . Colts put it over the goal line to make it seesaw bat- tle as Vikes score again . . . try to make it a second homecoming victory for Nimitz . . . but Colts drive for another score . . . PAT good . . . with time running out Vikes tie the game up at 21-21 all. FOOTBALL FOOTBALL Top left - Ir. Mike Wade leaps for one of his many receptions of the year. Top right - Jr. John Vernon kicks for an extra point. Bottom - Defense closes in on a Colt. GRAND PRAIRIE Gophers draw first score with a 34 yard field goal . . . Offense gets the lead with a touchdown, PAT is good . . . a 13 yard pass to Larry Wads- worth and the PAT is good adds to the cause . . . to insure it I-larlis Freeman scores from the two, PAT GOOD. IRVING Tigers score first, PAT fails . . . Miles and War- ren both score with runs inside the 5 yd. PAT's are good . . . Tigers score again and add a 2 pt. conversion . . . Offense drives for TD . . . Irv- ing scores, PAT good . . . Vikes put it over on a run, PAT good . . . we add a field goal . . . IHS scores for last time before Miles breaks away two times for the win over Irving , 45-29 . 134 jg gm 1 W4 ' 'Wf- , . Q Vff ,ffr ' ' J ' . ? by , iw, W? ,,f,' fi? W "2A Lx ! V , O w I .. If Q 1 .si , , 1., K . Q X 1 v A V 4 VKZLZLLPZLWVLZ 1 1? 5 A.V, W N M hVhA V ih: hhi m, t. W 1 KX, ig, , ,ga x 3? QF a-XX: . :ix ag x 2 LJW. ' A K i'i A n' 4 I G" ' Vlkik I Wk K I ff -kkkk . 6 K ,. A i ' if ff fm i 1 X ,1 : , h AAh ' 'h -'- ' R h f . , kiwi f A Pie? +5 - Q, K+ Q . E i' 7 Z 5 ' J I K. L ,,..1Q:,1A. . I K 'ix Vkir I I wg 1, ,,Vk M KN 'rf x ' ' wQ'+ Ka . "Q - i . n ' Q 1 ' - A .A,E1, M , ' Qf L M ..7 l 'A L , iw , W , fm 1 , f we-mf Wm? , A ,,M,,,,Q , ,,,. .,3 iQ X 4, x FOOTBALL The B-team is the backbone of the Var- sity. This is where the hard work and extra-determination are built up before going up to the Varsity. Over the years the B-team has had successful teams in preparing the players for Varsity play, but this year not only did the B-team build up the players, but it also put together the B-tearn's best record in a season with a 4-3-3 mark. Hopefully, this trend will continue throughout the years to come. B-TEAM Top - Defenders after a Texan running. Above - Soph Greg Sturch tries to get away from a defender. Right - Soph. Pat Sanford punts the ball away. lst ROW Dean Flores Jaime Walker Rusty Lightfoot Mark Money Harold Grider Ronnie Hines David Ross Fred Reyna 2nd ROW Dual Harper Kyle Eaves Doug George Ronnie Jones Jim Bentley Richard Holiday James Fox B-TEAM VIKINGS 3rd ROW Scott Smith Pat Sanford Jeff Smith Neal Lovell Marvin Kinnamon David Manson Joe Sanchez Marcus Horton James Grider 4th ROW Keith Delmar Gary Smith Tim Parish Greg Sturch Larry Chase Brett Lambert Kyle Cornell Richard Barron Keith John Top - Coach Bill Reynolds. Above - Coach Nate Purvis A 4 Q- . 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A 5 - lf 1 A if Y.. , , ig 3 Q, 25 fm , ei , f ,f,,. ,,,. 15 6th ROW Rickey Fuller Robbie Tedder Raymond Ruiz .- A 5th ROW Fernando Albert Ricky Thorn Scott Carpenter Pat Meadows Larry Helton Jeff Hurtado Jimmy Roberson FRESHMAN VIKINGS 4th ROW Ronnie Sterns Jimmy Taylor Mark Thomas George Patrick Charlie Davis Mark Blackburn Manuel Vela Mark Cox 3rd ROW James Cain Dave Briles Wayne Sloan Allen Gorell Craig Hargrove Terri Bibry Dennis Moore 2nd ROW Keith Kirkland Ronald Cook Charles Lester Jeff Priser Billy Harris Kim Ball Ronnie Bentley Jimmy Dale lst ROW James Seago Butch Kirby Trace Moore Danny Smith Fred Mayhall Mike Arnett Craig Dalton Paul Perry Keith Cornell Cleo Coronado Top - Coach Dean Pikes Above - Coach David Hall BA SKE TBA LL RO UNDBALLERS H US TLE TO A . i 1974-'75 seasqg 3 s up f ,q,1.q . gqggiv 1 . r .? ' A major attribute to this year's Varsity ' Liii igrid f Roundballers was the hustle that was put out in every game. With the maturity, experience, s and ability to get the job done, they accom- fu 7 plished one of the best seasons Nimitz has ever 'fi had- akfs w aff' . . . 55355. Even though height was a major handicap to E e1'etvvva j the team individual efforts from Harold Moore "Q, ..., l K---'IW-'fl 'M and make year'S bas.. MacArthur 54 61 ketball season a success. Duncanville 84 52 Grand Prairie 56 65 Highland Park V 52 67 4 Arlington 44 i 56 riii N Above - Only thoughts pass through Head Basketball Coach Don Nent- wig's mind. Right - Coach Nentwig gets his Group together for a game. 77 VHLLEDIS VH FIRST ROW, Left to right: Gary Strohl, Rusty Woodall, Bruce Benton, Mike Hutchison, J . B. Butler, Harold Moore, David Keatts, Coach Don Nentwig, Coach Joe Wood SECOND ROW: Mgr. Gary Head, Aubrey Trigg, Danny Harris, Barry Newman, Keith Story, Malcohm Carpenter, Danny Delatorre BA SKETBA LL Right - Soph. Aubrey Trigg looks to pass ball. Center - Srs. Keith Story and Harold Moore out- stretch a Colt for rebound as Sr. Mike Hutchison looks on. Bottom right - Sr. Harold Moore in the air for one of his many log ups. Bottom left - Aubrey Trigg takes an easy log up. Bottom center - Sr. Keith Story waits for an open teammate to throw the ball to. Top left - Sr. Keith Story fakes a pass to Sr. Danny DelaTorre. Top right - Sr. Mike Hut- chison concentrates on his free throw. Center - Harold Moore lets one fly for two points. Far left - Jr. J. B. Butler shows form after a shot. Left - Sr. David Keatts finds himself tangled up with a Colt. BASKETBALL 146 BASKETBALL Top left - Bringing the ball down court is second-nature to Aubrey Trigg. Top right - Harold Moore drops one in. Left - Srs. Malcom Carpenter and Danny Harris demonstrate their passing technique. Above - Sr. Danny DelaTorre gives it all he has to try and get the tip off. Top left - Keith Story about to set up for a shot. Top center - Sr. Mike Hutchison takes the ball down the lanes. Top right - Danny Harris looks for a teammate to pass the ball to. Above - Varsity players take their warm up shots. Center right - Sr. David Keatts takes time for one of his many shots. Right: Aubrey Trigg avoids opponent to make a pass to a teammate. BA SKETBA LL I4 BA SKETBALL , file!! ei , 'Q B-TEAM THIS PAGE: Dexter Tennel shoots 2! Top right - Ken Story hus- tles after the ball. Bottom right - Standing by! OPPOSITE PAGE: Bottom left - Bobby House hurries down the court. Bot- tom right - Hold on to it, Bobby House! t , 4 :lg syoy E in 77VHrLEDIS VH .. ,Vr- Lefr to right: Mgr. Gary Head, Paul Carpenter, Terri Kesterson, Bevin Miles, Cary Hyden, Ricky Marvin, Bobby House, Ronald Durham, Dexter Tennell, Ricky Norris, Ken Story, Alle Akins, and Coach Joe Wood. BA SKETBA LL l t Za P A . .22-3 M11-wgm T f , tl 2357 wwf ' 3 A,,, ii y to y AVV V , ,,., L ti. w-1,,, BITS .- 225 rriii M E if V'N' 2 E Mwye iam f gh' iffy fl 1 S- A.Q. m4W.hMhw - raw OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left - Ricky Marvin takes it away. Bottom left - Set it up! Top right - Shoot two, Dexter Tennel. Bottom right - Don't let 'em get it! THIS PAGE: Top left - Ricky Norris and teammates listen to the coach. Bottom left - Jump it! Right - Higher! BASKETBALL 151 BASKETBALL FRESHMA BASKETBALL TOP ROW: Stan Cazzato, Ray Harris. Alan Ferguson, Mark Marvin, Mike Sterling BOTTOM ROW: Pat Phillips, Mark Marvin Hal Holbrook, David Lewis, Vince Neal , Thomas Arnold x OPPOSITE PAGE: Bottom left - Set up for 2! THIS PAGE: Top left - Bring it on down the court. Top right - Coach Purvis keeps an eye on the team. TOP ROW: Don Nix, Terry McCoy, Terry Bilbry, Steve Willaford, Tommy Warren, Coach Purvis BOTTOM ROW: David Briies, Dennis Moore, Danny Smith, Mike Sawyers, Donnie Webster, Butch Kirby BASEBALL Though this year's baseball team was inex- perienced with only two returning lettermen, they built a team through American Legion ball and early spring practices to have a suc- cessful season. With individual efforts from Mike Wade, Lannie Garcia, and Brian Harwell this year's team will figure very strongly in district play. l l 1 'TIVHHSVH TOP ROW, Left to right: Coach Hall, Lanny Garcia, Brian Hindrnan, Van Shasteen, Eric Morris, Mike Wade, Danny Clinton, Keith Whitley, Mgr. Joe Fritz, Jerry Canady BOT TOM ROW: Ricky Meeks, Ricky Shupe, Mike Sanford, Carl House , Doug Phillips, Bret Warren, Brian Harwell, Mike Coronado, Gary Smith, Mickey O'Ca11aghan BASEBALL Top left - Lanny Garcia holds on a basewarmer. Top right - The only way to stop a wild pitch is demonstrated by Mr. Keith Whitley. Above - A discussion on the mound. Right center - Soph. Brian Harwell coils for a pitch. Right - Jr. Danny Clinton and Sr. Joe Fritz relax during a game. 156 mt? Left - Brian Harwell keeps his eye on the ball as he is about to catch it. Center left - Jr. Brian Hindman eyes a high fly. Center - Showing good form is Sr. Ricky Meeks. Bottom left - Sr. Ricky Meeks ,N and Ir. Gary Smith and Lanny Garcia concentrate on photographer. BASEBALL BASEBALL 4- Top right - The bench. Top left - Sr. Mike Sanford takes aim to first. Center - A good stop by Ir. Doug Phillips. Right center - Ir. Mike Coronado gets in front of a hit ball. Above - Sr. Carl House gets tangled as he looks for ball. Right - Mike Wade takes a cut at the ball. -if 456' 1. 'i' 6 W, -wr 3 W ww we wmvnms Mm fv-uf J, ,W fa ff' .WW We 1 01" hw r vw J 'eve I ,wa Mar 'M 1.3 aj? N zuilvgikwuwge 5,1 www ,gf N W., Q r N :M 4' in J 4 5 WM :Lg 4 7 i SM' if fm' M ,q ,wx 1 'Ag f-65,4 ifwfu F ' Y frjiw 'we Q fy 5, is yffwfil fa' iw 0951 QP: if it xi 1. '?g'5kU'f1-z- 4335 .ff hA4'3'PK53'+ME'ta fi. Axlmgfm if 4 ua? 1, .Aff . V , 'I 535, ' .f zff"'f'3,v , " Q, , ,, f H- if! at f ' if -.1 :,!,,,4 :1 -, Wp,q'gvf5yf,: ,E ,I f - f lj- A v f1.,,1c- K ' 1Q"i"1?ig'4'2.ff ' ff ,retires fec4,fzi,fa,,y r Top left - A good catch by Jr. Gary Smith. Top right - Jr. Lanny Garcia bears down on a pitch. Left - Mike Wade takes a routine catch behind the plate. Above - Jr. Ricky Shupe unwinds in his windups. BASEBALL BA SEBALL rw The basics of baseball and the style in 5 which the Varsity plays baseball are just a few of the fundamentals learned during s the B-Team workouts. These fundamen- M tals are put to their extremes during their games. . ,,.. ,nw ,f,, .1-, 3-1, W, f.f'A. .,,,, L, . 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L',t:g,,AiQr,Qs Vavgwpi .Hg a.xh,':3i1 ., w mb ? ,ch ,V rf. .,,,, fag... ,, fa, -Q A ,,,,5f..,, Top right - A skull session. Above - B-teamer practices his windup. OPPOSITE PAGE: Left - Head mentor Joe Wood goes over fundamen- tals. Right - Cary Hyden keeps his eye on the ball. 160 TOP ROW: Gary Garcia, Manuel Vela, Dennis Webb, Doug Spearman, Alex Aiken, Alan Ferguson, Dean Flores, Terry Kester- son, Barry Bunn, Ronny Hines, Ken Story, Pat Sanford. Steve More, Danny Smith,"Coach Wood SECOND ROW: Donny Jackson, Randy Pressly, David Lewis, Billy West, Bobby Turitt, Cary Hyden, Ricky Norris, Ray Harris, Harold Lyons, Steve Hubbs, Craig Dalton, Jeff Peiser, Albert Fernando, Terry Bilbry FRONT ROW: David Burch, Pat Phillips, Mike Miller, Ray Cuff, Jimmy Roberson, Keith Coronell, Cleo Coronado, Jeff Hurtado, Fred Mahall, Vince Neal. BASEBALL BASEBALL Right - Two B-teamers practice. Below Doug Spearman throws a pitch. Center A B-team member watches for a ball. 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'Hal ,Q . a w an 6 X H 1 1' A M W ' 'S :Q vi 1 fwwmwff hfig 1,, -1 -:yy . . A". JE: "N--v f Q A ff: we , N ., ,L . Y? ' S 55 ,A ' 43 ' 4 ., Top left - A B-team member practicing his buming. Above - Alex Aikins waiLs for ball. Left - Jeff Hartado in middle of his throw . BASEBALL pw QQEIZH A . UTS eff TRACK Conditioning is always an important part of any athletic event. In track it is especially important because you alone are on the track. The ultimate vic- tory is the main drive . It is a sin- gle victory. no one else can be attributed with the win. With the relay team this provides a change. Then with a united effort you can accomplish your goal through team work. , , 7 K lk , 164 Top - Ernie Stull tries to glide. Center left - Clay Money winds up. Center left - Don Lightfoot has a one track mind. Center right - Toby Harmon thinks. "Jump that?" Bottom - Mark Warren is off to a good start. E ,ifi ,,, C... e Q, Wm y "N-l4e1nid4i11lf,,, , ii Q .ns .t M fi K 1 Zgzyk if ff "l""fA,. ...raw , 4. V " ,vf 4 " f 'if' -V V ,. L, . ttt, pxpy pp. .,,, p U . r x-st....i.1....at......rtrr'-' ' s i ytty y y ..,, W fileilf I 7 5 h 1 Q1 . gg., ' f l H K 4 2 - e. 4.115192 -1 '-C -- . ' 1' 're--.. Y se' - - . iff E tg. , 5 .f. , f23wE,J-'EQ ' mm . ., ,.. A Mi' 4 X it X . ,, , , ,X ,. t - -- P LQ' - vm, i ,f 4 fi 1 ,W KU' ffszfff., uf- .. N e -3134 :F in 4. QW ' HfM ! Left to right: Marvin Kinnamon, Ernie Stull, Mark Money, Harlis Freeman, Greg Sturch, Clay Money, Lynn Miles, Kyle Cornel, Chuck Seeber, Mitch Williams, Boo Miles, Toby Harmon, Mark Warren. Don Lightfoot, Larry Wadsworth. A ' 'ik 5 , L. 8 5? M . my 'gf' W 21.35- , fag., Marvin Kinnamon boogies down the track. TRACK 165 TRA CK After the change from Junior High the freshmen usually expect much the same type of conditioning practice, to their surprise they are greeted with much more than they expected. The workouts are harder and the training moves at a much faster rate. In High School sports take on an important role in the lives of students. Track is considered a minor sport at Nim- itz but as always we have athletes willing to work hard and make a minor sport into a major event. Top right - Through for the day is Martin Senstock. Above right - Cleo Coronadois ahead of the crowd. Right - Vic Woolsey bundles up on a cold day. 166 5 f-15 1, ,rf ',.. ta 'Z """'-'fl 1 1 , nf ..,. ,-.,' Top L to r Charles Davis Robbie Tedder Ricky Fuller Ray Ruiz 4th ROW Mark Thomas Keith Kirkland Kim Ball Ronrue Bently David Webster 3rd ROW James Seago Wayne Sloan Martin Senstock Steve Wrllaford 2nd ROW V1c Woolsey Mike Arnett Dennis Moore Billy Harris lst ROW Kerry Pope Dennis Webster Charles Lester Cleo Coronado r W A , . . .C Q. "T R' Far left - Steve Wills sees how tough it is. Left - Dennis Webster finishes the first lap. Above - Tak- ing a rest is Ronnie Bently. TRACKI67 TENNIS SERVE. . .VOLLEY LOVE 15fff Eye and hand coordination are two of the essential skills taught in tennis. To develop these skills and better their game the tennis players practice daily during sixth period. Tennis teams are in tournament matches. The effort that is put into practice really shows when the District tourna- ment is played at the end of the season. Marty Rankle shows her effort as she practices. Top left A little swat from Kim Riggs. Middle right - Ana Reyna volleys to her opponent Bot tom left - Leslie Toland follows through with her swing Bottom right Doug Miles reaches for the ball but misses. FIRST ROW: Kim Schact, Margie Kopilac, Nancy Lloyd, Kim Riggs, Leslie Toland, Mary Hill, Marty Rankle, Anna Reyna, Miss Mayhugh SECOND ROW: Forest Smith, Steve Smith, Kanah Few, Bob Bozman, Bill Toland, Virgil Lorrard, Warren Groff, Doug Miles. Doug Welch, Frans Mostord, Steve Thornquist Left - Franc Mostard stands out as he follows through. Above - Leslie Toland concentrates as she awaits her opponent's serve. TENNIS 169 l , V ,, ' H 5?5?Q7"' -in A up . , ""' f , ,'Z3 jx , gl i . . if - .. ,4.........N 1 . W xv W ,ff-Mf.MV,.,,M f,,, fm., ,,,,,, ,,g,f,, R wg ff ' 4 5' ff ,,m,W. w,.M,,u , mm la- lux.. ,,,, A. at f A m 5 ,., A m,,,, w F 554W f ',1' f ZL' - iff: . ' ' A , 5 VE. T mv I K ,.,h , inf , K.. I :,,, . I Vi i Q! V ,- 3 . 9 7f5"V W' 1 ,1 ' , 5 all jx QE wjgm ,,,V gr: ji ,f., 'I J g ., M, 7, W: V, 2m 1 h 1 V,' ,,.. 'if' ' A I - ' sf: 1 .f 1 ' , 1 1 i' 3 Q 9 " L' '3' ' ' . .,,,k - f ' ' " " ..- Q, i"1 ' n ' ff ' ' ':J" ' ' y I A 'if 4'f,-I ' , , ' ' - . , t fx , B Q ,. is ,,, , ,,,f I ' f ' ' NES As with ballet the gymnastics program presents beauty through strength. The strength used to master all the movement and patterns exhibited through their vari- ous exercises is usually hidden away from the normal speculation. Many times only a few can really appreciate the true beauty of what they're trying to accom- plish and many do work hard and let that beauty show. OPPOSITE PAGE: Teri Mcadams coming in for a landing. Right - Brenda Roberson doing her thing on the bars. THIS PAGE: Top - Alissa Parker balanc- ing on the beam. Left - Brenda dnd Debbie aid Christy Chick as she flips. Right - Sandra Lavender thinking it over. GYMNASTICS171 GYMNA STICS As almost anyone who has ever tried it will tell you, Gymnastics is tough. It takes exact timing with an overall sense of balance. Only the basics can be taught and the rest is up to the individual. It takes continuous concentration and only those willing to really work hard can excel. THIS PAGE: Top - Burch coaches Kenneth Bradshaw. Left - Timmy Baker yells for help! Right - Scott Parma does his best on the beam. OPPOSITE PAGE: Right - Anthony Parma concentrates on the camera. Right - Scott Parma flys through the air. TOP ROW: Coach Burch, Robert Graves, Tommy Riley, Scott Parma, Jeff Prescott, Tim Paschall MIDDLE ROW: Tim Baker, Donny Rog- ers, Billy House, Michael Walls, Douglas Lloyd BOTTOM ROW: Anthony Parma, Steven White, Joey Curtis, Steve McCellan, David Burch GYMNAST1CS17a VOLLE YBA LL Below - Rita Huerta serves. Below left - Brenda Clarkston practicing serving. Top right - Kim Boone blocks Brenda Wetse1's spike. This year's season for varsity volleyball was shorter but didn't hamper our girls in putting it together to pro- duce a better than average season. This year's team is taller than past teams which has definitely been an asset in their many victories. Their aggressiveness has really helped lead them on to a winning season. The girls have seen other teams play and they feel this is an advantage over other schools. Therefore, the Vikings are as good a contender for district as any other high school. .. X S I Ii ut From left to right: Connie Wells, manager: Brenda Duvall, manager: Debbie Pyron, Rita Huertag Cindy Bridges: Karen Willafordg Brenda Wetselg Brenda Clarkston: Vickie Hall markg Beckii Zinn: Nancy Thomas: Jean Priestly, Coach. Not pictured are: Cyndi Smith. Velinda Stinson, Diane Resendez. VOLLE YBA LL Top left - THIS PAGE: Cindy Bridges puts her thought in the game. Bottom left - Rita I-Iuerta follows through on spike. Middle left - The vol- leyball team plans to win. Middle right - Beckii Zinn keeps eye on ball. THIS PAGE: Top right - Brenda Clarkston sets it up for Cyndi Smith. Bot- tom left - Karen Willaford goes around Patsy Cotton's spike. Top right - Brenda Wetsel is ready to serve. Bottom right - Miss Priestly is coaching to victory. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left - Zinn dinks the ball. t - Vh K K L. ,A -V I Z .tsg X l' X , x . Q ,, x .. 'Y 5 A 1 grrfigkjr B' . B 1 l .. , gf .,,f. if I Q' qi: .I W' -Q -xv 6 4 ff4 t ' r 'T' L 3-5 fx L LL Q V LL L L LL VOLLEYBALL B-TEAM BEI G SECOND MEANS WORKING During the 1974-'75 season of Volleyball, the B team had a very successful year. The great amounts of team work and spirit showed at each game that they played. We can be proud to call this group of girls Vikings. TOP ROW: Debbie Crouch. mgr Diane Resendez Tammy Bridges Gretchen Lowe Cheryl Wetsel Cindy Pope Terri Horton BOTTOM ROW: Linda Hudson, capt. Sharon Roberts Patsy Cotton Debbie McDonald Io Norris, co. capt. TOP ROW, Left to right: Gracie Parker, Mgr. Tina Moore Tina Stanley Teresa McCormick Denise Thurmond Brenda Anderson Susan Fackler Linda Smith, Mgr. BOTTOM ROW , Left to right: Myra Campbell Lynn Miller Linda Roberson Lori Archer Naomi Resendez Venessa Frost Starting out a new kind of competition the Freshman Volleyball Team came through with hard work and determination. These new additions give the B Team and Varsity a good out look for the future. 5 mv liz: ff i , I 5 rl mm i W? J- ,ag 5 Tw 'rf MOVING UP TO THE BIG TIME I 2 M 1 S FRESH MEN GOLF Timing, rhythm, a good follow through, and PATIENCE are just a few things that are required of a golfer. The golf program has never been a very large program. The adage, Qual- ity not Quantity, holds very true here. The golfers at Nimitz are coached by Coach Wright of MacArthur, who meets them at the golf course and instructs them on their form and their game. r Above and lower right - Dwain Darland practices his follow through and putting. Top right - Phil Armstrong. Top left - Mike Hurly takes his swing. Lower left - Rito Martinez shows his form of golf. 180 iff ft? sw f I r . i f .yr '-nt, , . 'K' Q, , if 5 ,., gg , 4:1 , " 'jiilf f 1 5 L if A A' .4 Ak,, A, 5 , - , f A K .PL Z 2 ', ff'- Rilo M31'IiI16Z, Dwain Darland, Phil Armstrong, Mike Hurly 'il ,, ,pr S' , ' Far left - Mike I-lurly shows his backswing. Cemer and above - Rilo Martinez and Phil Armstrong follow through wirh their swing . 181 n w x w 1 1 A- Y CLASSES -- CA THY ENGEL STAFF- LARRY WADS WORTH FA CULTY- CA THYENGEL 1 , L w - 5 4 . 2-' if ,f V ,L.., g. Vl f g 3' E 1. 4 an Q 'K 5' If.. Cl Senior Class Officers: Joe Fritz. Danny DeLaTorre, Cheryl Patrick, and Kim Dickson . SENIORS 0 9 I8 5 SENIOR SPONSORS Above - Marilyn Lucas Sienna Harvey Shirley Mayhugh Opposite - Ruby Chance Gladys Hill Below - Roe Morris Janie Worst wfkf DETERMINA TION- OUR MAI GOAL Mike Adams David Akins Bobby Allen Carl Allen Valerie Allen Helen Amador Sandy Amason Gitte Anderson Brandi Andrews Dan Andrews Vickey Anthoney Linda Archamble i Jody Armstrong Eric Morris gives us a shy little grin. Bottom - Billy Leslie Askins Martin dislikes his test grades. OPP. PAGE: Class sponsors. Melba Askew SENIORS 187 SENIORS STRIVING FOR THE BEST Top - James Herrell welcomes newcomers. Far right - Melanie Parker is thinking hard. Right - Rachel Martin is daydreaming. OPPO- SITE PAGE: Jackie Ellingston finds amuse- ment in classroom. Lower left - David Finley gazes at a new girl in his class. Right - Mark Warren and Mike White laugh over last week- end's dates. Ronny Attaberry Amy Bales Robert Bankston Rachel Barber Johnny Baker Linda Barnes Denise Beasley k Greg Bell Carol Bennett Bruce Benton Kenneth Bevel Robert Bishop ., A Eulisse Black Ralph Blackerby Nita Bonilla A. C. Boone Shelley Bordon Larry Bridges Darrell Bruce Karol Bruns Susan Bryan David Buck Jill Boyd Charlotte Brandenburg Chris Brazier Gary Brantly Phillip Bray Cindy Bridges SENI ORS SENIORS LA UGHING ISA BIG PARTFOR SENIORS Debbie Bufflngton Robert Bunch Lynn Caison B111 Carpenter Sherry Byers Dennrs Cain Carolyn Carpenter 3 Malcolm Carpenter LMQ' L"?7'w, . ,, Joan Cassel Troy Cates Norman Chandler Karen Charlton Brenda Clarkston ,, Far left - Randy Ussery dares them to say that again. Left - Kim Skeene goofs off in class. Above - Clock- wise - Cathy Engel. Karen O'Connell, Karen Charlton, and Cheryl Patrick say school isn't all work. Mary Cochlin Tina Conner Sherry Cook Pat Cooper Butch Cornelius Sam Cotton Vickie Couch Jerry Critz Robert Critz Brant Crockett Carol Cunningham Mark Daman Van Daven Debbie Davidson Becky DeHart Vicki Delain SENIORS SENIORS Belinda DeLaTorre Danny DeLaTorre Cindy Delmar Bruce Derr Eg fx il .Q i Q' 5 f 1 Q 5 555 5 Chris Devers E1 7 Myrram Diaz Kim Dickson . .. -eee s 'K - a v --:. rf- E la s- -A L gg - at -1 ,ci , 'QE . Wayne Dobbs " If ,' Netta Dosset D Nita Dosset ii? Qi , ,Q :V W .,, 3: ' A gi, 5 K? ' Q 3 1 ff? S 3 is , ly Pam Dotson Stan Douglas Barbara Drake f. ., . K be 3' -ni? Above - Becky Walpole listens in class. Left - Clay Money observes an experiment. l I 0 , l , S Tw ft ll l w 4 l w w S t 5. 1 OPP. PAGE: Sharon Harris argues her point. Left - Janice Mitc hell roams the hall. James Ward concentrates. TIME- SEE WHA T'S BECOME gg W Q A in U Q if OE US Kevin Draper Bobby Driver Bruce Duckworth Ronnie Dulworrh Randy Durham Brenda Duvall Chris Earle Riley Easter Samual Echlund Anita Edwards Lee Eheman Michelle Eldridge 5 . ..VV E SENIORS SENIORS Experimenting with the dreams of life is what seniors have come to know. We no longer depend on the past, but are looking out into the future. We are beginning to value our needs as they should be. Val- ues are no longer dreams, but reality. Mark Elliot Terry Ellis Cathy Engel Thomas Epperson Sylvia Esquivel Becky Evans Hope Evans Laura Evans Renee Evans David Evins Steve Ferro Kanah Few Brian Flaherty Doug Flournoy Debra Forbus Diane Franks TOMORROW- OUR FUTURE BEGINNING Christie French Joe Fritz Kurt Fuller Mary Ann Gaitan Rosemary Gallaga Deloris Garcia John Garcia Jonny Garcia Richard Garcia John Gardner l Brenda Graham Leslie Garms Roland Gibson Rita Gleghorn Diane Glover Esther Gonzales Tony Gonzales Z S Far left - Albert Tamayo is shocked at our cameraman. Left - "Oh really!" says Kay Scott. Above - "The devil made me do it! " says Senior Robert Bunch. SENIORS SENIORS Charlie Granger Don Grant Steve Grantland Dan Green David Green Diane Hargis Tom Harrington Brenda Harris Danny Harris Sharon Harris PREPA RING FOR O UR FUTURE Melinda Griggs Iaviar Guzman Dennis Hagan Cherri Haley Dennis Haley Vickey Hansen Steve Hardee fi John Hatridge Vincent Heimann Susan Henry Dean Henson Jim Herrell Jerry Hill Delain Hinch Clay Holderman Andy Hoover Carl House Carolyn Howard Bruce Howie Don Hudson Top - Susan Bryan could care less anyway. Middle - Bruce Manson has a bad "tooth" problem. Left - Lee Hynes has a sexy look in those eyes of his. SENIOR S 7 5 J SENIORS 23 ,,f, mm F io...- WATCHI GOUT FOR THE FUTURE Rita Huerta Laura Huff master Terry Huffmaster Mike Hutchinson Lee Hynes Terri Inmon Eddie Ivans James Jackson Doug Jagger Charles Jarrett Top - Janet Puckett pauses from her work to look at our photographer. Middle - Randy Durham looks revengeful. Bottom - Lee Ehemann for- got his locker combination. OPP. PAGE: Top - Keith Story and Bottom - Mike Sanford spend the morning girl watching. Randy Johnson Karen Jones Greg Jaynes Tex Jennings Marilyn Johnson Denise J etton ,....,...-...W on' J, ,,,.,...,. 7,4 ,M ...,,,. ,. A. .,,.. , K 1 '.., .,.s,,. . 1 1 """""" -- -W ' -M , .,.,,,..f.W,.. -"""" ' K nw nisi afw ,....,,. .. ., a N Q 1 .. , -L .1 ,Q,.u,,.,,m .11 , .,- . . ..,,. K . W., .,....,.-.-Qw- ...,....,.-,M-M ,,.,,.....,....-. wang ,Q 1- 4' f ,.., L. ,. . ,V ..,......-.ma-Q--,ig-,,,,1 1459- g . . , , -,.. W N- nr - - - ,a,,,,.,......--- i""""""""',..'..' ... mmn,wM,,, ,........... , ,,,,,,,,.,.,...,.,.. ............- ,.............-W 0: J' I -wi , ' gh K 35: L, K ,Ink ff 1 2 ' 2 5 .,A, 4 at Iv - f i,Aj it sg - f 'xr Andy Kelly Brenda Kemp Debra Kemper Russell Kennedy Susan Jones David Keatts SENI ORS SENIORS REALIZA TION OF THE WORD STUDY fm 1955 Cindy King 5' Lynn King Becky Kirby . 1 Qi Randy Kizzir Arthur Klassen Mark Knittle 1 KN iv -M xx- , lei . f y Josette Krape Ray Krucknef Dorthy Kuhn Stan Lamb Darrell Lambert Herrell Lambert Janet Lamere Netra Landrum Paul Landry Ramona Laurenzama L H 4 1 A. James Lawrence Dawn Lee Amy Leibensberger Donnie Le Roy Tanya Lewis Don Lightfoot Rose Limones Don Lindig Ron Lindig Lynn Little Lucia Lleras Randy Locke Pauline Lopez Ernie Love Roxanne Lucas Vivian Lydia OPP. PAGE: Kurt Fuller says "Hey Baby, how about a date tonight?" Left - Sam Cotton hides behind classroom door. Above - David Keats bores Danny Harris with his singing. Right - Nancy Thomas has a guilty look. SENIORS SENIORS Sheri McCaslin Teri McCaslin Tom McClelland Lisa McClure Jackie McCoy Kim McCurdy Lisa McCurry Donna McDermott Charlyh McGill Marla McGlone Top - A. C. Boone goofs off in the hall. Middle - Mary Cochlin stud- ies her work. Bottom - John Sarandis foreces himself to concentrate. OPP. PAGE: Teachers and students work together to cultivate healthy "trees. " JSPROUTING UP FROM THE ROOT Tom McDovell Paul McLemore Marcus Madison Bruce Manson J Marla Marney Michelle Marquette ' Billy Martin Janet Martin Rachel Martin t Jocelyn Marvin Janet Mossey Ronny Matthews J Karen Meadows Ricki Meeks J Gerome Merriman r w V J SENJQRS I SENIORS Joe Metzger Janet Mikuski Janice Miller J anene Mitchell a f Qu, yu t REMINISCING PA ST MEMORIES' Ng Janice Mitchell Mike Mitz Debbie Moncrief J Clay Money v Q. I S H gr -,., A 4 i Above - Coloring is Janice Miller's hobby. Far left - Ricki Meeks has , second thoughts about what his girl friend said. Left - Bruce Derr has eyes for our cameraman, OPP. PAGE: Left - Brenda Duvall throws her + hands up in excitement. OPP. PAGE: Right - "Really," exclaims Vicki Hansen. 1 KM Steve Moody Anna Moon Bill Moon Harold Moore Sue Moreland Brenda Morris Diane Morris Eric Morris Janet Mosley Frans Mostard Shaun Mullin Mary Munson Susan Murphey Scott Murray Micky Narvez James Nelson Edna Nerio Barry Newman Jerry Newman Clyde Noah SENIORS YES TERDA YS BRING TOMORROW Gary Ozymy Kathy Pennell Melenie Parker David Partain Cheryl Patrick O6 Madelyn Norman Karen O'Connell Cheryl Oliver Refugio Orozco Lydia Overland Joni Pedigo Jerry Pinckhard Doris Pruitt Janet Puckett Jeri Northcutt Ricky Null Randy Randle Debbie Redding Kevin Redding Mike Redding Randy Reno Johnny Reynolds Steve Rutledge Nancy Rutter Tony Sanchez Sandra Riddlehoover Beaux Riley Rosemary Riojas Marsha Ritter Sheila Roshto Bridgett Rouse Terry Rubley Ervin Rusnak Teresa Roberson Patricia Rockett Manuel Rodriquez Gail Rogers Kenny Rolling SENIORS 2 SENIORS ANTICIPA TION- WONDER OFITALL Sandberg Sanders Sanders I ames Sanderson Yolanda Salinas Sanford Sarandis Sargent Linda Schardin Cinde Schehkler I 5 iRanel1 Schwartzkoff Iacquelyn Scott Carolyn Seago Karen Senstock Debbie Shafer Bill Shipp Cecil Shoemaker Michelle Shorb Mike Shrum Kim Skeene Teresa Smart Alma Smith Cyndi Smith Left - Ranella Schwartzkoff disagrees with students' answer. OPP. PAGE: Left - Helen Amador tries to find our what is going on. OPP. PAGE: Right - Vivian Lydia has Lhe everyday ho-hums. Joe Smith Sammy Smith Margie Snow Leigh Sowers Mike Speaker David Stanley Valerie Stanton Velinda Steinson Jimmy Stephens Natalie Stephens Tammy Stice Stacy Stone Tracy Stone Keith Story Terry Strohl Albert Tamayn Sherry Taylor Gary T eer Binky Thomas Brenda Thomas Nancy Thomas Tommy Thompson Debbie Timmons SENIORS 209 SENIORS Leo Torres Ronald Torres Mark Trevino Paula Tucker Larry Tullos Alton Turner Dawn Turner Randy Ussary Hotch VanB1arcum Dixie Vandenburg Vicky Vie Martha Villa Danny Vincent Vachelle Wade Larry Wadsworth Gwynna Walker Larry Wallace Billy Walls Becki Walpole James Ward Mark Warren Mike Warren Ken Watson fs!-ff' . , ,t Opp. - Enthusiasm wins seniors a shield. OPP. PAGE: Gee whiz, says Terrii Zinn. i IDOLIZING O URSEL VES Calvin Weise Lee Weiss Jeff Welch Connie Wells Brenda Wetsel Cindy White Dona White Mike White Rhonda White I0 Wiest Helen Wilcox Karen Willaford Christy Williams Tony Williams Sue Willis Bobby Wilson Roger Wise Gary Witt Rusty Woodall Walier Wood Kathy Worchester Kathleen Young Terrii Zinn SENIORS S 1 w 'EFL 3 , ,J 3 Q, gint uw? iunior Class Officers: Micky O'Ca11aghan, Lanny Garcia. Beckii Zinn, Laura Uhr . W L n T Q JUNIORS 4 JUNIOR SPONSORS Above - Joe Wood, Amy Page, Judi Purvis Opposite - Helen Ledgerwood, Bobby Villareal Below - Elaine Miller, Gail Win JU IORS HA VE VIKI G SPIRIT F , s - X Q ki 4 Q s x J was I, -. as 95 1 , " M Q-151'-aflisi T gifs' . Q' 5 Cis A s A sag - A P ' 1 S.. it Z mmA. Lmzl. ff B Q ',m.L N35 'Ill A V' N . n Y .Q svrgg ,A x i ff, . 1,,111m1fgfgg5 ,- :E3:,a,s,k .-,Er is ,E fi ' - i K, .J I , , , 31 1,g':vgk L' ig, ' f ' gg ww f, 7'Qii.s - " I., 5, 6 E I I K A vi ' A X K ' -Q ' Af' We 3 N' M PM Q: ff fi ,nf M' MESH- A . ,gf .- K '1 SE 'E .4 ,X Y Qi. s ., .wi-'fi , fi' - ' A Q, S I Qi ,nf J if-X .,,, 'f f A 552 A ff j -3 Ria y Eb' xii Qs. I Q32 x.k l 'q .A 1 X A 5 n,z,?. i L lg .. ' x fl .. .Q., , A N Lx x 1 I "af, 'Q Ay 5 fq W N1 X A fi OPP. PAGE: Jr. class sponsors. THIS PAGE: Debbie Marshall X working hard? A smile from Christy Chick. , A K.,! R, K I 'E xx X A- X V! .QXXXJ 1 1.,-J T P "YQ f A l lk 'S "' or ' J mlb ,, x, x W1 K x 'xi Gerrie Adams Bobby Aday Tony Aicardi Colleen Allen Frank Alonzo Perry Anderson Lola Andree James Archer Philip Armstrong Louann Arnold Becky Atteberry Vanessa Bagby Mike Bailey Sherry Bailey Debbie Baisden Carol Baker Danny Baker Rob Baker Tim Baker Mary Bankston Donna Barnhart JUNIORS 5 JUNIORS WEAREALL ALIKE DIFFERE TLY Pam Bates Melanie Beufield Jim Bentley Robert Best Gena Blackwelder Terri Bease Kim Boone Jeanette Booth Eddie Bowie Bob Bozman Vickie Brakeen Valerie Brannock Teresa Bridewell Mike Brown Brenda Bucher Junior Burnside l. B. Butler Cathy Caldwell Kathy Calvert Jerry Canady Ugene Caney Jullie Canfield Paul Carpenter William Carpenter 35 - i 3 J if " ' V - , , 'e-ff 3. fl, 'V '- Q fi ' t A: ci J Z I L il, Wei. .,,. , I I K Y ,N , V ff P, aw , My K ,, , ,..w.- V ,. ,, , B, ,, ' ' , ' -aw '-' f 4" B f vlat ,f rrrr t B, A, . 5:2 -G1 9 -if f- 'V A as iv? 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Don Carry Debby Carter Jeff Carter Rachel Chalfant Steve Charles Janet Cherry Christy Chick Mark Citzler Karen Clark Carrie Clarkston Danny Clinton Laura Cole Randy Collard Richard Collins Teyina Conaway Karen Conner Karen Copeland Mike Coronado Denise Council Donna Cousins Tom Covington JUNIORS 7 JUNIORS FINDING DREAMS TO HOLD ONTO Tanya Crenshaw Cindi Crew Colleen Cuff Janice Cunningham Judy Cunningham Brol,c Curry Julie Daniel Susan Darden Tony Davila Doug Dearinger Karla DeHay Keith Delmar Glenda Denney Mike Dennis 3 D Qgjinrrgk .vs 5. L 1 U .K --tg . -1 Y s 4 B Q 3 . 5 . tx' LA, . 1 1 if M ,... YK t ,y .git x as '- ' f I A' 435 V ' :M 51-1i'fff?f u, x AA - Y - I ' QR ri X, 1 1 ,J ai f B if ii- , .. N U B J. 5 A . ,, ..hA Lf.. ' , .X I 4 B B 5 I . .Z 1-W, A , S f-iz ,F ' I QQ ff Q , x ' ei. .S ll! ' , I -T J 9 kk av in THIS PAGE: Thumbs up with Tommy Riley and Dwayne Randle. Mid dle - Bobby Wadsworth is always alert. Bottom - Dream on Kare Dixon! OPPOSITE PAGE: Wake up, Leslie Weathers? Right - Lann Garcia, don't you dare! Bottom - Nancy Lloyd says, "Hey, no cuts!" ll.. . J -1 T 'xt x .: .: wi: .9 .t ,t , 5 , e . .gy - if . ' 4? - 'maxi t ff' - ,xiii Q ,gg Q? R if . v L ws- 5 gi I 1, K 4..,,.g9vi 'S 1 3 r xr as Q M 1 , it f '6 'K i. 'I ,rf aj, , V f f . K 3 ,i . X i 9 E. 131,514 jr, , ..,-Y f jig , X W of . , , xv I . H, W Q X' -5 X , N .H-4? ' 1 1 . ,S ai E Y,- nk Q K . F , Q H 5 8 .4 . , If is x ,as ii Marie Denton Suzanne Devasher Jimmie Dimmette Karen Dixon Sharen Dixon Jeanette Dollison Robin Donald Cathy Dorough Debbie Doxsee Patti Doyle Cynthia Drake Tim Draper Cheryl Duckworth Lisa Dumas Greg Dunn Ruth Edwards Sharon Elmore Tony Embry JUWUORS JUNIORS AS WE GROW WE Eileen Empey Andrea English Gloria Esquivel Josie Estrada Carl Evans Cindy Evans Bruce Evins Les Parish Tim Parish Sherry Farmer David Ferrell Cliff Fogus Jan Fillmore Lena Flores Martin Flores Toni Floyd James Fox Janet France Tom Freeman Norma Freiman Brian Frost Warren Frysinger Lanny Garcia Linda Gardner Laura Garms Susan Garner Linda Garrett Maureen Glascow Alex Godina James Golden DISCOVER 1 s .a . ' gi ' , ., 1 5, ' A J' . , Ak ei 'w V A Q of " 1 ." A "'. fir: ,155 f fy ,Fixx-H , I , A ee g J ' d . ii Q Xi E ! Q . - ,s,, 31, .2 U yt .Q Mg! kJ' ' , .M ,I 'ffjfi ik Q fly 251 .f , - 557' ..,, A THIS PAGE: Teddy Wallace and Noel Rinehart just hangin' around. OPP. PAGE: Lanny Carcia, Lorie w Pence. Doug Phillips, and Ann Howie: act of juniors. 'A I ' ' ei 'ii' ' if Y, sw 3-if . iw' ef ggi? ' JE .f L . it if' is - G . to 1 .1 f 1 151- X Q. 6' Q fi Q' . Z it Q W .. . . A a 'sa r I L p.,. ..,-,1 ,m.- J Us -z fi ,yawn .. ..:f. -in . 3. est... it i '1 5.3! -se it 5' . fi gif . v iii - Fi ' 2 1 , 5. S2 5 ia r KJ . ' K , a. tau ,ht 'Wig' vw flu.-',v . - in sw -J.-.4 fi " fi x +1921 H ?:, .1-za.. ,r , R Q I is? W, . 'U s E I ri Q N 5 J , fi-f ' if 'inf 'NH ., X , ' ' Miz: -J 1 ,f i E 'l' . ,, , 4, 'f l is-k 3, ' ' . or . or , , 42, iff if - 3 , , , ,, S K f, ' " 'B -, 2 Y - A K y e!f2'W I fNl,. Donnie Gomez Connie Gonzales Isabel Gonzales Annette Goolsby Berry Gordon Mike Gossett Joyce Graddy Robert 'Graves Debbie Gray Pete Gray Cindy Green Clarence Green Teresia Greenhaw Lisa Gresham Melba Gresset James Gresset Harold Grider James Grider Richard Grimes Billy Gunter Asuncion Guzman Sherrie Haddock Joyce Hale John Haley Tom Haley Martha Halsey Betsy Hamilton Donna Hammer Dubbi Hargrove Toby Harmon ',A,ef1, l,,,1..1 X744 I iliiif we mf ,UVIQJK JUNIORS 221 JUNIORS WE BUILD TODA YFOR TOMORROW Monte Harrington , Cheryl Harris Cindy Hartman t Y r1-OO ' xml' Robert Hattaway Denise Hayes Donna Hayles Gary Head TeEU-Iearon Tresa Henry Tanya Hensely Scott Henson Randy Hick Tony Hilton Brian Hindman Roxie Hinojosa Bill Hoedebeck Kerri Holderman Rita Honon x we ,.- rf ' ,yt - . . IN Q 1 A x t ai 'K A-A ff . 31 ' 1 ttn, . . THIS PAGE: Mike Wade actin' up. Left - Maureen Glascow and Tanya Hensely are still gossiping. Right - Jim Hilliard never has a dull moment. OPP. PAGE: Lisa Dumas is clowning around, as usual. Xin ML- 1.-- ft il 90155 Ya, 'Q Mrk fs '-V7 it i V Z. Q ' ,H Ji K z A 5 J' 4 'J"W"'J ,I ' tj K S X 1 , , Q it -J ig 'X xii s l 'Q v . I-'kt 5 .011 . K,., 1: , . fffi' 'if I'. f . J i h,,h J Q , .i x, is N N da ,,kkk '. , J 'gtk ' few fiv l " 'Z 1Q:1S'XX :'J 55Qf'J,4 , ,A J -. 5:1534 sqlfnvtsfg ' sf "4 W ' J' 'z ' 395,14 '1Qf,vak'1U"' t K t -Q ,x Q snuff! 23,1QL1I,1"YQ r J, tr' foci "' -f Q2 ' Mg .t iam, -Q-waufsigwf Q ' JN ,. - 'V , :rw,s..gq,ig.giLQ3, .f . 5 W J5:'.y-ilmefi:5.151 ' If , J 1 3 . , me no.-Skt. fu- .3f:1.., f?sfwe+fes1-mf.. ' , W 4 1 '53 r Q, ,,,.,, ., 1. W' 'Jil . rife, . 'F -:L-,fi-'if' gn feft Cf U J 2 0 , .1 . 5. ' .. 0 . X 'e r 'wt 3? it Xxx X ..f t , ,N 1 .,.-. ,.g.s..- '- I X is its rf- 2 ig R ns ,A v f . 'f5f5f5?rf?if1?.?E...'tiiin5525115 ' ,Arg 1 r -ifi " , S+-. K 1" i A J 2 1 Q , 3,5 5 f 'J '55f k lv'.s f - . w as-sfietf AQ .. Sharon Hott Ann Howie Steve Hubbs Cheryl Hudson Pam Huffman Jackie Huffmaster Bobby Huggins Debra Hutcheson Diane Hutcheson Tim Hux Cary Hyden Ronald Jackson Dareil Jenkins Rickie Jessie Sandra Jessie David Jessup Robert John Cathy Jones Ronnie Jones Debbi Jordon Ricky Keeling Brian Knapp Chuck Knapp Brenda Knight Kurt King Warren King JUNIORESQ 2 JUWUORS A PLA CE OFA CCEPTANCE OFLIFE. . . Marvin Kinnamon Charles Kirkland Johnnie Kelley Mike Kelly Sherrie Kern Camille Kosko Debbie Kubica Rita Kutch Kelly Liles Tim Lindamoad Laquita Lindesmith Nelda Lindsey Diane Little Nancy Lloyd Sherry Lloyd Debbie Long Susan Lopez Carol Lotspeich Olivia Love Brett Lamben Cathy Lawrence Doug Lawson if il '- ' s' t r f 4 5 'H ' V A ' fx 1' i??f L 1 s tt,, 5 , , 3. www 'wig wg , L N.,- .f,., . if-fi L . fl 1"' gt. K sy,-gf ' , iiwQwmw5fhxQeZ,v I s rl Q E V: 1 Him- lf 9 X, ,sg - A i s XR l Q ,L r. -rs, . OF YOURSELF -sift L :,2', A t Z 'f?a I 2 L elfii . l ,R .i,, Sv ifg ggfslfg X 5 ,K .11 feff f ...J THIS PAGE: Keith Whitley, acting interested. OPP. PAGE: Never a frown from Dan Weatherly. Bottom - Sharon Dixon says, "One more class." 224 y Sandra Lavender Charles Layne L 'ff f " Rusty Lrghzfoor Q xl 4 Danny Lyon ' . ' W - zif.. L fr L . nga f , f Q r .L , , '--' A Q ' ,fff.s5fQH.i Joy Maner ., ' ' i . Lisa Manning ...L Aung? ' ,M Susan Mantoorh Daryl Marcantel a 2 ak ' Lenae Marshall LM fi if :if ' Mary B. Marshall P, 0 Mary Marshall M as XC Q 1 A VVZV Laura Martin -.yi Z -. ' ' 3, V , K i ,sir ?g'ii3'S ' S ,M J F its -. -' was ws. -a s is Y ,.s, In 4 sf' Terri Martin XE Q w xm Xs fi? 21 5 2' is L ns L 4- Q v 1 Tamara Massey Cheryl Maternowski Gay Maynard Audie McBride Marlen McBride Donna McConaghie Mark McDaniel fi ' f - XX - 3 L A , . q.,, M 75,7 1 ,K si 7x -' ' " 5 ' as-Ifiifi-5 '.a, - a ' f .N f kg-we 55.5 3 , . ,QR si 'aria f ' Q - 4 S F r 'X A A9 6 ,K 4 " K i .. A ' L , we 'HU Q S . ck! UUVCK7 QULL VSLC5 6 QLLQA ffcf A NIQ iss iwQ?33EW XBQJBJ . 3 w Qiifwiaai Q N, ,ir U Q 5332? UQ JUNIORS 225 JUNIORS Linda McDowe1 Norman McElroy Shirel McKnight Ruth McVay Dan Meade Larry Mexia Jim Mikels Cheryl Miles M Lynn Miles - Julie Miller Bill Miller 1 in S Bruce Miller ff gray ii' ,il .iw 1 .rr fKs'.,, x ses. iii .inf Q 1' 'iii 97: f'3'J' 15' '5"S53,v-'3 gr N 1 ', ,fn - 3... 21. ' .1 1' ."'J. ' , .,.n4 , 1 zu, r W 1 I .1 :I 2 " 5, x I 4, J 1-I 4' W . I Presley Miller I N M Manuela Montoya P 'f - " N ff: H M 5 I . AW Melody Moore Q ' 'A ' Q - - r :LL 5 .rri ,Mjf . eff Steve Moore l' ff if A ' A ' f M - - M .X 2 1 -eor o-fo ,M M e ' Crndy Morr1s svmkmsi iii 4 ' Z.. A I MX il de' 1 Q K - Kafhy Morris l X H f Q o , f 3 W q... O' ,M 1 H M 'J' V at V ,M M. ,fl Nkk',kk'Vk 1 M '-,,--':: ffm! ll fn' M ,,r, ,'l'l iff' M H' 1 M Q MMML V . --i,.1i.Ezi,.A A , 1 4. -... ' Q: is 1 e A ' 9151132-H1225 Ziff fl fi ii lf" fr '-.1 ,P 1. r..:1QRf'L" -'99 4? M r J' -I -gm , 1. wif qw r A ,, ,. L A, , A ,.K4, I , SK ., ! 'A -' XQ , o K ! A 511 i'iE-Fee:-J' Marvin Morris Steve Morse Debbie Moss Joe Moya Charlene Munden Margaret Murphy x it Y Randy Murphy 3 Shirley Myrick .V Susan'Neal flie d Augustin Nerio X Y . Sandy Nicholas Debra Nichols ,. Tanya Nicholson .ji ' Eddie Nault , , Mary Nault ,tif Qin Clyde Noah Tish Nulty . R ' lk - f Mickey O'Callaghan BEGINNING TO U DERSTAND TODA Y ,..-,Ni 5-.9 OPP. PAGE: Debbie Kubica and Anne Salick practice what they preach. Right - Jennie Parks and Chuck Sieber are caught in the act. Bottom - Steve Hubbs has had enough. THIS PAGE: Monte Harrington tries to explain. Right - Jim Bentley asks, "Why me?" JUNIORS 7 JUNIORS Teresa Orme Stephanie Orozco David Osborn Alisa Parker David Parker Jennie Parks Scott Parma Wanda Parrish Dwight Patterson Robert Paty Dena Peacock Mike Peavy John Peeples Lorrie Pence Doug Phillips Ronnie Phillips George Pitones Priscilla Pitones Robert Pittman Cherri Pohle Mike Pollei Jeff Prescott Kelly Presley Jeff Price WE FI , ,g -ltz 51 I , f s :i2.:,.. "'-iff:-1 Q X. Zi .r w - is V , , tttt J , i ff- ' ij g rg a D MEANING IN LIFE 2, ..s, 13,3 . I S I N 2, X '19 fel! .:i?ti.'s,?i:!?f f A, 51,4 1252555152-'TI .fx . , x ' t'ff"Fgt. - . t,s P' Q, b ' J 5' e as P uf ly .. r H , 'li jf J ,f G f Q . ' " at F -5,1-u - if S , I ' ' at ftif I , I .3 e '31, pp, : K , 1 S 2' THIS PAGE: Diane Hutcheson and Dewayne Randle eoxncentrate on English. OPP. PAGE: Jan Fillmore is about to give up. Bottom - Linda Garrett is always amused. ia.. QKKTLLT7 K ,, ., ,. . I K -12125:-fl' f"2Z'2? 7 K K '- X 1 ' R it We ' ' Q :mega-fyi ,t,.:,,..W W,M.,,.. V M : . ia y thai Y. W' 1 . 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Akita 2112555 55' W ' xi ERS? 9- E' '15 ,dau ,- Steve Price Susan Price Larry Pryor Kathryn Puckett Debbie Pyron Joni Randle Dewayne Randle Kathy Raspante Paul Ratcliff Julia Raven Debi Redding Vickie Reeves Cindy Reininger Tim Remley Sandra Reno Diane Resendez Barbara Riddle Cathy Riddle Charlie Riggs Tommy Riley Waylon Riley Noel Rinehart JUNIORS JUNIORS EA CH PERSO Brenda Roberson Gary Rogers Tracey Rogers Karen Roseberry David Ross David Russel Ronnie Rutledge Anne Salick Ramon Salinas Linda Saunders Bobby Sanders Richard Sanders Sylvia Sandoval Lisa Sauer Sherri Sauer Tony Sawyer Gary Sayre Jack Schardein John Schell Tim Schumacher Alan Scoggins 1- ' ' , . i , 1 f"'?' 15 2 L A H l Nr 3 .fy F HAS THE NEED TO EXPRESS 1 .,. ,P--'or' "l f N , ug - W ' V fi 5 f T ,F , I 1 - X 5 Af' ,jzffk-M AA? I, 'lv g- f- ' . . '1 xi '5 ff a ' 'zg 5211 fsww. ,zffzv - . , ..,, . wg ,av-,f J J- M., , :SE ' ' 'f K 43 ,,r. ! Y 53 Y E P - ,, N K ng 5, A iigrgr illexl 1 1 'gg .x Q, f I ff x ' ll 5 3 1 ..,1' - . ,t V ik. Q, Hymn K ., - 13' ' 9 sw-1. " ali: if T 1 as 3 f A xx A V Q22 an 31 . ' , i'ssr 2 I 1 A 4 Pm T ' 4 di' Mx I 'H ,. .vs , .r NCQ., A. N Lg L in f r, Y k f is , 'V I I flip. any 1 .,,, H ji ag it . 1- , 'R' ., fizgrf' "-' Nc' j G., 13? w - reifiiix 4 3 a ,XJ ,,,,.z,.X Q, l Y s . ' gi- We - 4-43:5 'Q nf., MF tu dv fl! Ax he-3-Rf, . H ,4 J , , -'za' ' if T I 4 ' me 1' ,fe , , ,X It , . ,I ' mi ilu?-v - -3,1 , I - as 15 1 fi sk? 2 ' ma so OPP. PAGE: Thomas Lamere, Becky Attebury, and Dubbi Hargrove get down on an English paper. Right - George Spurgeon says, "I don't get it! " Bottom - Kathy Raspante is working hard on a report. THIS PAGE: Lena Flores sa , "Readin 's a ain in the neck!" Y 8 P Liles," ,Ni 7 g Q if s. 3" R EQ . 2 K - . 1 . S". . I ' H- 'I if at Q, L t t ' " R " ..,VA 2 Io. ,. I I y 2 sary f ff IM i ifffqg ,. 5 if! .. I . ii"i3S1i'2iq'x --' I 5 R, : i -amy x Q, , ,, fn. -n.n"r I' " f , . , . . ff '1", -if ' 3 X 2 4- 1-Q ,V 1 'Tlx' xi ' ffvi f. A ii' .Lt f - it' - ft , K 5-H , .V 3 ' f Q ' X 'L ik X, A' 1' 'ig' 3' 5 ' yy' .xt , X nw Q 5 N s L X , N tv 3,332 ft x fi :Hwy Q ,, ,sz MW.. Z Marianne Scott Steve Scovel Belinda Seaton Chuck Seeber Diana Selman James Shaddox Van Shasteen Sally Shaw Gayle Sherrill Dale Shields Glenda Shields Ray Shields Teri Shoemaker James Shultz Ricky Shupe Tracy Sligar Ted Slotwinski Alan Smith Brenda Smith Debbie Smith Forest Smith Gary Smith Jeff Smith JUNIORS 231 JUNIORS WEARE STRO GER FOR WE HA VE SHARED Steve Smith ' A A Steve Snody J, George Spurgeon x 5 'L 5 . Debbie Spearman R 'W A Paula Stearns yt: E wyylfzx- Valerie Stearns 1- , lt J -f .Q '!y.,v,,..-g,.l..,,..3gu V ' ,X A1 Stoczkowski ,Qi j. I . Ken Slow . E R i . ttet E ti " Billy Stovall 'ES i N i b Billy Stovall E sf ' by ,Q e, 4, R A Ernie Stull V - 8 ,ml qbhl fxhigt, ' Chris Sullivan .L 1 1' ' S ' ' A R K Jose Sustaita L i SRI . Joy Sutherland K ' 'Il Leslie Sweet ff at b K Q E . ' X. - Charles Swift Claudia Tate Shelia Tate Brett Taylor Holly Taylor Kelly Taylor f fl .1 3 .,-.,. ,., ,s:,." widd i 5 as ftfff t X IN ' rv u-. 3 f ' 3 fix it ' XE ' X l l , ., fi Jgck f A ' , - ,St Raymond Taylor Q A s , g fy 'L Dexter Tennell Q-if , ' Ester Tennell "- Vickie renin if P fm -iiz Debbie Thibideau A' " ' if Pat Thomas gk f,f.g,i 4 V . Cathy Thomason hho , gg iff Dwight Tidweu Tammy Tissier Alfredo Torres Sylvia Torrez Don Traylor i ,- S .Arm in P ii Ronald Trigg - R V Ricky Trobaugh '- f K OPP. PAGE: David Ferrell sleeping? Right - Warren King waits for Physics class. THIS PAGE: Wake up, Tammy Turner! Left - Alisa Par- ker says, "Just one more answer!" Right - Mickey O'Callaghan, Bec- kii Zinn, Marvin Kinnamon, and Dewayne Randle - Smile! JUNIORS I JUNIORS pw xg ' in sl Harry Tropoloc Teresa Truitt Christine Tubb Melinda Turner Tammy Turner Laura Uhr David Vavra Walter Vallance Dawn Van Dyke John Vernon Josey Villa Karen Vita Charles Voelker Mike Wade Wes Wade Patti Wagner Susan Waide Teddie Wallace Rita Warner Brent Washam Tommy Watson OTK OWI GTOMORROW H ULD! G O TO TODA Y ,- just 4 M W X 1' A s ,gg yt.. x ma, . ' we . T' 5 4 ' ff. Q' - 9 ,, t H1 . H. WWHQQ W, 5,12 'ffl f'f5g55if,i2Zf-2 V ,av-t. W f-sa sk' Q 5-aa, 1 Mm? X s ,pw . 1 , W V. I 7 y We if tw w . ..f?""'T7 I ! 4 1. W QU 2-1 f SV W ,nntnn W W ' + I ..,, ., Egfr EW WW. ' M, 2, ff -.N Wy xv W 'wg WW..- U A r 5 v Q , w W' f 'V 9 efififfw if N K: I 1 mail' ra 6,33 M 'N ' 2 A 'Q 234 i OPP. PAGE: Real studs - Tony Hilton, Steve Hardee, Steve Morris. Right - Debbie Long is ready to go. Bottom - Dwight Tidwell, atten- tion! THIS PAGE: Donnie Gomez says, "You've had it! " . ,.- ! 11 -I : . .. . 1, Elf Q f 336 :iii za " I mf i' , J -N E- WS f :mi , ss Q z. jk. Hg Q. t K k f K . . 1 'S .. xxx! - 1, ff' Q sw 'if '- " s :gl QWFJT s., ., ' .ff ,f.,. "' w . '41 ' gigyf . ., : -Q EQ f .v t .. . , lm X lips' , 1 is Dan Weatherly Leslie Weathers Paula Weber Becky Weeks Becky Weldon Iewona Welker Robbi Wells Keith Whitley Deborah Wilcox Tim Wilcox Kim Wilder Mitch Williams Gary Wilson Wayne Wilson Ruth Withers David Woodard Jerry Wyatt Beckii Zinn JUNIORS 2 6 . F if sk Ei 4 'X . ..l izw: :K,x we W Q . X 2 1 f , V xl iyyk nk 2 1.,' .:A. I Q 5 Q , .K krriiik . A .1,k kklkk .,1 :1, . A K, im. Q5 ' ' it Q. . Awvrk ink if Sophomore Class Officers: Vicki Graham, Marty Randle, Rhonda McCo Sheri Bryan. I B- S OPH OM ORES 237 SOPHOMORE SPONSORS Above - Ann Phillips, Kay Branch. Opposite - Susan Milner, Barbara McVay. Below - Francine Rune. Rose- mary Evans. 2 ab. Ill' Q 4 ., H451 ' THE NEWA GE IS DA WNING V, --ev 1. If-J Wi? Hg? 3 4 af 9 '-x Eff!! " ' k A f ew 5- s. 'gffr E .lift 355 1. fm' an C kgvv A 33? s +- A? .aiilf zgf xi, OPP PAGE Sophomore class sponsors. Top - Cindy Bembenek discovers laughter. Opp. - Dawayne Dar- land seems to find this an exciting class. Matt Aiken loan Alexander Pam Allen Teresa Allen Connie Alley Ernest Aworado Rhonda Anderson Shelia Anderson Becky Anthony Chris Antle Mark Atteberry Bruce Armstrong Joe Aviles Cindy Azcona Pat Bailey Richard Barron Roger Barron 41 Hector Banda Ge' 19' K 40 S OPH OM ORES GOOD TIMES - GOOD PEOPLE Rosemary Barron Angie Bates Abraham Bear Becky Bearden Mary Becerra Laura Bell Cindy Bembenek Sonna Bennett wi wr I' Pam Bennett Q 1 r Shelia Bereman Vickie Berry ' yl- Janice Best Sharon Bickers Rose Billey Joel Blackwell Barbara Blanchett Jim Blough Charles Board Karen Boatwright V ' Lisa Boone Linda Boren 4 ,zlv 4 Jeff Bongfeldt , 1, X1 - 'r-- W J Matt Bowers lp 5 , , fn F ' , lf -Vs Sheryl Boyd Jimmy Bradford Kathy Bradshaw J y., KVLV M y 5,3 K' ali' rf Q7 THIS PAGE: Rocky Ribble makes plans for Friday night. OPP. PAGE: Thomas Espanoza thinks, "CanI get away with it?" Upper right - Edward Esquivel puts his books away. Lower right - Dick Ho11iday's thoughts aren't what they should be. 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SOPHOMORES24 44 SOPHOMORES GROWI GA DLEARNINGI ALL THIS PAGE: Doug Spearman says to Ricky Medlin, "Hey, look! We are movie stars!" Lower right - Tommy Jessup bor- rows a little help from Sharon Green. Left - David Brown finds time for his own thoughts. OPP. PAGE: Margetta Luck thinks, "Should I or shou1dn't I?" John Dawty Donna Deaton Rebecca De La Torre Becky Dennis Danny Diaz Barbara Dickerson Cindy Dobbs Katherine Douglass Jerry Ducan Julie Dunn Lisa Dupree Robert Durbin Ron Durham Cathy Duron Terry Earle AREAS ,Qi Q lim f N ,. as. wi A . we-? ' I . Vs ai. -Tx :A I , - Q it A 3 as . h ' " .2 1 ' :wa v jf -. 14:5 4 . if gs-.,,w.'Q , 1 il n , 'S Q ss,- nx, 3, Q, I I , .ru 4- ,Q . V f r :',,v.v-M, Q ' ,km 4, . ' Xi I 1 ' - Q 'iiw . -- is .- J, yi L' VVLLL ' is .. . :,. L B ,, so . se fs Q - I I ser ,W X r . A li l, ,mlmgg . as ,fs E. gi 2 mi, ess, 5 krky . 1, ,wgiy ifzfza b Q - 1 --an lie "-- A ,, K ' . 'Q 2: r n , -1 r g:,s2f-QW-4 ,': ' - , . -,- ' i.:3h f f ,I Q ai . 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V, , THIS PAGE: Terri Vernon says, "More work!" Right - Steve Thornquist says, "That's what she thinks!" OPP. PAGE: Aubrey Trigg is teacher for a day. Top right - Frank Bravo says, "Please pay attention." "You wouldn't! " savs Barbara Dickerson. 1 Qi ki B ' ' ' .riffw . K , Y 4 tb :fe V J' 'X " , , 1 ' Qqfr-4.1 4 1 . . , F 6 x at J i ' ' 2 3 I 'J 311.5 ily-gfLw-1 'E ' N We at ' 4421"-'- TI-1 in if 1 F X R , ,I b , xx :' Q. K. '23 K.. 'f G f.3'-.:f5ffN'Ii'ff'"'f'f:fQ' ef 'M Q?" V - H l H l 'G A ' 5 -fl ---- 4 . H rr ' 2.55 25 i G ,X 5 P . A l ,. Z, A: K fe. " X " M Nl3N?6-lf ' 'il a - 3 ' 5 M QV' 0 'ggtlfijxf V W t . Q3 ig? if .fp '-Xfffq ll. - fi tml ,fi fy 'E me Qt Q. 'ft fo.. ." az? , .aa P1 A ,Q '1 ' , ' x N ' , 4 - K Q ' ..,,.. We 1f" is Qi- . 'lf if -' if , 3 U K if , ffl f .A Q3-S, . - 9' ,Ke 'lx . - , " 1115-sl of Y ff l K :7 . 3 K ' hvxt A ,Q ff S . Q, V ,tfgnjV.fQ?i.gf,,, 9 if , iLiNlu.i757.f'ffr1 7' ,sa Dolores Green Doris Green Sharon Green Benny Greenhaw Steve Greenwood Mary Giesby Ernest Grimaldo Warren Groff James Gross Tony Guentier Phillip Gunter Kaye Guthrie Efrain Guzman Jaci Hackett Brenda Hall Sherry Hamilton Jimmy Hamlin Neal Hampton SOPHOMORESW r 5 I S OPH OM ORE S SCHOOL DA YS Lucille Hardin V Dewell Harper ?V li : V "f' if '1 ri Qi' el g Iohn Harris , g:e1:,lg,a .., V f if v Kim Harris X M , VV, ww Yu 'Z Bryan Harwell Rusty Hawkins Kurr Headrick Linda Heiney Ken Henderson Carol Hengy Janice Henry V Z, Melanie Herring , I Jack Hickey 'VQZLN ' 1 Valirie Hicliss 'V V Sherry Higgins ,B f V I V I ' A Ronnie Hines ' ' V V ri ' -is . Jim Holderman VVVEVV ' - Richard Holliday H Terri Hollingsworth V' V yg Mike Holloway " ifVfL., Susie Hook ffv f --rr 'V Q 'X Julie Hoover J ,if"?'4 Ricky Hopkins EV Marcus Horton ' V W 5 If Q- 'L - fi 4 f Terri Horton 5,9 .1 Bobby House fi f m ' , " . Q, . 1 ff V . Vgrf'-sew.. 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' 4 rf A ,ff 'va 1 its 'ai ' JM Q in W 2 M ,.,. it A f ff-Q v Gi, if Q A X u . - Jimmy Patterson is taking is easy. Bottom - Marlene Edwards - the shy smile of mine. THIS PAGE: Top - Cindy Martindale and Ellen Pratt take time out for friends. Bottom - Studying hard is Sharon Bickers. j 42 J., ,, : A K I h 14 J, Gary Houston Linda Hudson Michael Hudson Junior Huerta Loretta Huerta Mike Hurley Sherry Isbell Douglas Jacobs Keith Jahn Virgil Jarrad John Jenkins Steven Jenkins David Johns Mike Johnson Cindy Jones Connie Jones Jacky Jones Sandra Jones Sherrilyn Jones Belinda Karnes Jill Krueger Philip Knight Joel Kezzia James Kizziar Alan Kinsey John Kinsel SOP!-IOMORES S OPH OM ORES lohn Keats Kathy Kelley Tim Kelly Sharon Kemp Donna Kemper Carl Kendall Larry Kennedy Karen Kerr Greg Kimbell Dudly King Kelvin King Jackie Lamb Connie Lambert Pat Lannier TI CIPA TIO OF FUTURE YEARS V1 -2? V ii i: if i i i 'VH ' mf n iarr iili K felis .1 ff K - it ,, J v'b' f n Lxzk ' ,fl 1 W.-me ""'f5"""' 4' . C .. 4 'li 5"i C, Q K 3 fn i ,fb , V 1 , - i il: ' ,fi U ir 'Q if 1 awww 'N 'a Qs ' ,. , .Mp f Top - Cookie Shafer enjoys "all" parts of school. Bottom - Jeff Bong-E felt and Lee Davis take time out for play. I mf .. ,. , , IS VA I :D by . T i JL! 218, N 1 ' 8' kai muff sm., J. ,lets ,ax . if me , Q , 1 9 '- e - gt 51 , y..,.,t-,1 -. , -.1 mg il! P tw pi " uns W 'F t t K 'Q S K 'Q 'E rl1,.1l1l',. 2124, 'T cs t gi ,mi . yn , . ,S ' 'v as iii ll? this gg' Rags. ' , .X Yzwsfm s 1. ,Uv -W it at S J . , tif' .. My ' 1 A 1 is HX - 5 M xmklx gggri ' 'fs . 'T I 4.7.1 , ?Q:,.fE.5W2'g5tet Ist, iw , mt E "' e I , 1, 'Qi 'fr st ff E4 G Ruth Lawry Ricky Laye Carrie Layne Barbara Lenart Tony Lerma Harrel Lewis Connie Lightfoot Lisa Lile Kathy Linam Becky Little Douglas Lloyd Ion Lopez Ruby Lopez Neal Lovell Gretchen Lowe Margita Luck Kevin Lynch Harold Lyon Terri McAdams Sharron McAnear Tim McClellan Scott McClure Pat McCollum Robert McCollum Above Pat Sawyer says You ve got to be kidding." Top - Jill Kruger and Tony Lerma carry on a serious discussion Bottom Mike Baxter thinks up the answer. fmawwkw gi Q X SQPHOMORES E VER YO E U DERSTA A SMILE Jim McConaLhy Rhonda McCoy if' wx Donald McCullar Q 'f- Debbie McDonald gf' Judy McDowra Sherry McGinnis Q ,iw ua, ,K ' 5 e X Q SF a 4?-fi P - Lisa McKee A Kim McKenney Roberta McKnight David Macha 1 - Kim Mahaffey 2' Dennis McLaughlin ' 'i 6 x , D . ,, Not again, says Anne Londt. Right - Cara Pinchea, Jackie Lamb, and Becky Mitc- hell enjoying a "dirty" laugh. Right - Debbie Mullins, Patricia Lanier, and Vin- nie Chase take a candy break. WS, A ., D AM -gf: I N x G, .K r- M, -,f::if'fgQt2kfW2Z5 -iilfwiggff-:5":v?EilJ3:L: ', .51 D ' if ' NSY' Q in LQ 3 r if u J Q? Q nk S QT 5, . 1, .1 , . , -1 Q, 5 g T Q 1 N E J s I iiibil i' s 51 iii. r 'gaiigirffr f-Q :MQ Rex 4. rr ,Y 422-: -rr:-11.-. Q53 + ii -gsqix iii ' If 5 15 iv... Q " Ill , mtv? rf" ' y:5A"a.9 91-as Q, f 1 3 ' w x ., HS 1 'L 1 W e , -I y ., 23 v Top - Collette Rutherford says, "Eeeeeeeek!!!" 'Bottom - Smile, Debbie McDonald, you're on Val- halla camera. v i , ,,,, I A R ,vk. Jfwff, s Vlll X .A it N 11 Q 4' if 'C 3 ia. -se af- -fsrsl 'V . X E1 'Q' C, P K, rw 4 ite ,QD Q ,Q is J 1, Q . . , 'L 6 ,x Si S iff 1 4' .4 3:-A 3? z .- 1 - Mitt 2 2.-1 '-2 H'-ftyfirfgtsfs-5,-SLM a 'il xi S' Q .-,W X it C 'Q fl . 3 .4 t T .. -. - ,1 , -or -' sts., L was -:pf-V . rs ---' W J XX Ns hx K , :.W . :J . 1- "' SF. R 6 A K .4 A... 1 ,, t zip , ' , R C " v Q sf Q, teee it x 'ff C H ,I li' - ll ylf Y : ss - gi 3 ,L a ffhsw x it WW X 0 1 ' .- af f- t as 4 , E Qt. at Doronda Mahall Mike Manerr Loretta Mannon Richard Mansfield Pat Marcantel Charles Martin Mark Martin Cyndi Martindale Patty Martindale Junior Martinez Ricky Marvin Mark Massey Carla Massingale Greg Matlock Chris Matson Merrill Meadows Ricky Medlin Ricky Medlock Melissa Meeks Bevan Miles Doug Miles SOP!-IOMORES ' 2 SOPH OM ORES Artie Miller Gerry Miller Madeline Miller -- Vw ' 5' K ,,,, ScottMi11er ' , ,, 3 . Ian Millican V Ronnie Mills it 1 f 1 Rebecca Mitchell . Mark Money Sophia Montelland is Bruce Moody U David Moody y 5' : Dennis Moore A V Jim Moore 7'2" 'VIV 'fir' - A L Tracey Morgenson Q A I, Bobby Morris T- 2 , iiin ,r -. px 1 .. ,a .. mis' ,,,- 5: 1 , ,ff f 1 , YQ ,jaw W ,V erik. 'W ff., fkiiii ' Ifg , " A Dan Mouser if Debbie Mullins I Jacquelyn Neff xg' - 34 N ,i ' f - if N - H ' 'J Axillif K ' P till , , : ,, f W M-gy 1 V " .am Becky Nelson "' Renee Nelson Jesse Nerio . , 3 A ' l fl Connie Noland A Cynthia Norman Dawn Norman 'Y 4' H If K lole llio ylla A I ,VL,. .f,2 A a,Ql, Arthur Norris iq 3, ji' Jo Norris " 5 'f Robbie Norris Y iv li I ,X L ,Hg , Z ' l ali A lift Eff 2 Above - Thomas Cardenas gives us a second glance. Right - Gretchen Lowe is swept off her feet by Alex Aikin. OPP. PAGE: Left - Ricky Marvin shows how to take it easy. OPP. PAGE: Right - Tim Kellry wants to know more about the sub- ject. ' E It KX it ef fu pf. ,wr fur? ,ffffyl ffl- ' 1'3" nr- ,fff ,ff ,"' -rf' .fff',? Ngyffflfffffl '- '..ff',1,.1f' E. 3 rl ...f - f- .. fgfq W' r A l l w l 1 l sk .. s-.. M - W -f i ,.:fE:41,3i -I , -1 .L 1 -as - .kg I ,. 1 ku , 1 4 O E STEP AHEAD Q fi' iw - . f . , Ap, K . 1' ' i 1 :Q ,.,, QL, - fig, V . , 3? 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Ricky Norris Dana O'Ca11ahan Marvin O'Connor Patrick O'Hara Luis Olage Robert Olage Perry Orr Stanley Ost Arnold Osuna Donna Parkman Ronnie Partain Renee Pate Jimmy Patterson Robert Pierce John Piest Cara Pinchera Richard Pittman Debbie Pollei Cynthia Pompa Cindy Pope Ellen Pratt Sheree Preston Kathy Price Jeff Pride S OPI-I OM ORES 255 256 S OPH OM ORES GETTING USED TO ITALL Iody Puckett Mark Quinn Marty Randle Virginia Rangel Risa Raper Donna Rawlinson Gaylia Reaves Ricki Record Cindy Reeves Della Reid Michael Reilly Fred Reyna Rocky Ribble Claudette Richards Kim Riggs Brad Ritter Ricky Rivers Steve Rivers Cathy Roberson Brenda Roberts Leigh Roberts Sharon Roberts Cathy Robertson Diane Robinson .f 2 E93 , 'at . 4. .Q . 6' Aa ig A -Q i fi " I E p : J 1 8 ,X 5 Y ,i" , - QM L rv , R ' ,, nf W ss I xr s - if "" - 4 , .iw , . y f.k ..,, 3 w Iivfjkif of ' 'M T 'S .. fig: Q . K x 5 f if . 5. W V i ,V 'L' M I for 1 1 f ' s i - Q ' Q ' gg. g l A, N 5 W if I H ' ' T 1 1 3: , 1 V- M.. . siaei fffi fr vs swam 'A QQ w. we hm Jef W! OPP. PAGE: Left - Kim Carter smiles at the photographer. Right - Renee Pate, Kim McKenney. Chris Matson catch up on the gossip. THIS PAGE: Top - Doug Spearman finds himself in a dangerous sit- uation. Left - Melanie Rockenhaus day- dreams. Right - Rhonda Stewart simply smiles. 3, 'Q S YA? .Ea t.,' t. '. E in a j X v-0 is 'Sf .rgf bl' F. ,qv 1 ab, , u Q1 Y X 7 -OS' 1 if , . 1 se z. iirranfr ...r. i ' J ,e. I l IA 5 i Melanie Rochenhaus Debbie A . Rogers - ' Debbie I . Rogers Leah Ross Terri Rudder " -r" 4' Rosanne Ruiz Collette Rutherford Felicia Salinas Ricky Sandlin IT' David Sandrigde Pat Sanford ' I oe Sanchez 6, if x 4 Ak 5 . I Yr ' J ' , - . f A P, , Lisa Saunders ,S Q MQ , 353 i 1 as . - Pat Sawyer . virginia schncher P r. S . 1 .r a Q y my some if- - ff -' ' ' M , Martha Scott , , R ' Q W 'STS' Qi -rf, G ,ll Q wi Paula Scott p ,... miimzitiisggigi Q L I 1 , , W it i ::?Es2isse2e1efw1efzf W Viv 2 w f L rrtt S OPH OM ORES SOPHOMORES Sylvie Senter Cookie Shafer Aaron Shaddox Debra Shaw John Shelton Cheryl Shoemaker David Silver Michael Singleton Jerry Slate Tony Slayden Phyllis Small Bruce Smith Jeff Smith Steve Smith 'st at Y Y 4 --fi-.2 f 1' Lx " -fe . J, .... A.- sd -. - wx P V .. ' 4' 3? x Q to 5,9 t 1 in s 1 url: 'U RQ X X Q A , X 5 " it .36 vs s it f 4:4 V: ,. . r f A 4 6 :fz,wr ' K , S. on , wa . . , X A -et 1 Q -x Q. 1 gk X' 3? X t 'Z If." NN Left - Becky Nelson, Marijane Tropo- loc, Gaylia Reeves, Brenda Vick return from pep rally. W' . Cindy Sneed ,C,' , J .4 Johnny Sneed AxAL, l': ' Rhonda Snoody 4 in 1 Diane Snow SSW? it ' ' Doug Spearman Kathy Spence irf A 0 t if Janie Spencer Mitzie Spencer Rhonda Stewart V. Chris Stancil Elaine Starnes -f ,. I Becky Stembridge .x 5 S F 15? 5 sr? N ' f - .A 5 Keith Stone Philip Stowell Jeff Stranc fr 53,5 ,MJ Tracy Strickland Gordon Strong 1 I 3 Greg Sturch OPP. PAGE: Top - Barry Bunn wonders. Bottom - Robin Woodward is embar- rassed. THIS PAGE: Left - Donna Wright looking shy. Right - Pat McCollim is serious. S OPH OM ORES 260 S OPH OM ORES Billy Taylor Leslie Taylor Teri Taylor Tresa Taylor 1 Q 'f . Vicki Taylor Y. - . - Zita Templeton V ' A At , l . i fl . 4 :g - 31, 'SRX - ' '-.. we ' -45 "5 . X Helen Tennison K Q Q: Cindy 'rhibideau 9 111 Andrea Thomas i 1 QA i . ,,o. 7 Steve Thorquist , '.,' a Aelf.A A Jean Tidwell Jimmy Tiuery Q35 Bill Toland Paul Torres Ray Torrez -I OPP. PAGE: Debbie Rogers thinks seriously. THIS PAGE: Left - Jesse Garcia finds studying funny! Top - Ronnie I-lines, Tammy Bridges, Bobby Housepoise for a moment. Bottom - Sherry Higgins. lr. Martinez and Richard Barron load up the bus. ,xy . LI VI in z ' v 4 ng B-Z? 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' - xl' fgim 3 5 55' -L ' Douglas Utler Kathy Vail Carmella Vance Oren Vance Doy Vanderburg Linda Vasquez Mark Vaughn Lupe Vela Tony Velasquez Terry Vernon Brenda Vick Dale Villacci Mary Voelker David Wagnar David Wagner Jamie Walker Keith Wallace Terry Wallace Billy Waller Debbie Walls Jerry Walrman Lianne Ward S OPH OM ORE S 62 S OPH OM ORES DREAMING TOMORROW Bret Warren NWV. Ken Warren QQ "4 'fx Bobby Watson ' 9 LQ Machella Watson ' w N Paula Webb . ' 1 L fi h Deborah Webster iy ,Wsvi fjf 5' LLLQ ' - Don Wells Lynda West . A g Cheryl Wetsel J Z lsf.i W5i Doug Welch , A V David White X '1 5 A David White v A l T 5 t Phiuip White :.s ' Robert White A - ' sf i Toni White fn " ' Daryl Wicks 15 N ' . y ,tt fx Tommy Wilcox , , Dale Williams Ji' - .t1' ff uf Q 2: -k., 5-,ir , ' "kL f RQQTQ i 7' 2' wgaff?-sa,'efa:-sr'f f 's.r, ' ' ' lQ:l9Jf?f:5m1 Y: 1"'fff"l It hgh ., , HEI, "'i32f2'i?' D .L at fi P Top - Dana O'Ca1laghan giggles at her dumb answer. Right - Ricky Norris looks at his teacher's legs. OPP. PAGE: Left - Larry Brewer, Larry Kennedy, and Wayne Cooper get in a few extra words. Tracy Strickland pre- pares for the big night. Bottom - Jan Millican wonders what went wrong? Aw 2 i W1 .rm iliifl- b f in gan- in 'Q . -M 4 .. yi sqm? , - m'fzg5.2-gi is W 5h A" r'i fe. V Qfiix. K. -3 H 7 VV . , 2 i is U? :,,f 'G "bf, f, wr ,rm :ff N f' f ' 1 l 'bwhi' W , ,', ,,rk,. ,. V any ' 1 fizcrfi A2 fi ' fi ,,,V' - P f , ,., I f n Wx Ib i w-. wa '25 If ' ' . I Q, ' s V. ,I '- Q-tt yes rg: 'fa wa, k r If , fa., 1 4' 'M '7 ggi-inf" i 'A A I ',A, I L V 1 . 55. ,H , E, 'Q , is if 6 an ,Q , Sandra Williams Robert Williams Randy Williams Alysia Wiliams Gayle Wilson Vickie Winnette Kim Wood Deana Woodall Melynda Woodard Robin Woodard Donna Wright Ricky Wyatt Ernest Ybarra Frank Ybarra Cathy Young Janet Young S OPH OM ORES 6 F 4 N , .. Q. 'ag I : Freshmen Class Officers: Susan Fackler, Jesse Torrez, Anita Moreno, Karen Stephens. FRESHMEN FRESHMAN SPONSORS Dawn Gwin, Linda Kingcaid. Ronald Bruenjes. Jan Maxwell, Pam Sibley, Susan Schwen- ker. Opposne - Becky Gregory, Marha Evans . FIRSTIMPRESSIONS OFA FIRST YEAR Todd Stuber is disturbed from his "work. " Linda Gaines gives us the eye. X, I " fv Y a: is f 5 . 5 A '- - ' y f- ., Q,,, rx t K I 5 'frm-' -e ' ' ' 2 - . , V , ix iff V YQ, ,' A A iff f' A g 2 'gi t g e B Q 2 0 . ,ar . H . ,-,V Qgta a ' dw.Xd:di 4 iii-if? , isis' ' Ie, 1. wi, ., W gt Af ' .. '-an i? QT . TL A M , M V AW K4 iz- If -0,5 "f-2217 "ISL f.. 1 "Av-3 ' ff- ' 'Ziff lt 1'.11fT3f1 1' "x .-nw" Mwvwrzx ?:If:ii:::11EE:1:ael22vf3fZ:'5e, -.5 .,,'yf, . ,Sf Ve. A 5, ff, V ' V E KQV 1 sig G V,57 ' ' A Fernando Albert Wendy Alcorn Angie Aicardi Carla Allen Mike Allen Rhonda Allen Ronnie Allen Vickie Allen Richard Allgeyen Brenda Anderson Randy Anderson David Andrews James Andrew Sheryl Andrews Rosemary Aquirre Lori Archer Teresa Armstrong Mike Arnett Thomas Arnold Stanley Atteberry Bette Baetz Karla Bailey Jana Baker Ronnie Baker Timmy Baker . sts1s FRESHMEN 267 68 FRESHMEN EW CONCEPTS BAFFLE FRESHMEN Kim Ball Douglas Barker Dalia Banda Tina Bannister Mechell Barbee Philip Barnhart Sheila Barnhart Eva Bason Diana Barton Shelly Bates Debbie Bell Dennis Bell Robert Bell Gary Benavides Kathy Bench Mark Bennet Harold Bennett Lori Bennett Ronny Bently Lorie Berrier Terry Bilbrey Mark Blackburn Quentin Blackerby Lorrie Blount Tommy Boatwright Brenda Boccieri Clarence Boone Debora Boone - V '. - . . , , 5 1, ' A1 Ll AH ' I f.. V ,rf . lizti 'B , I x l ,iff i P ' fl V? 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PAGE: Top - Thomas Arnold gives a big smile. Bottom - David Andrews does not have his mind on school. Left - Intensely studying is Pat Meadows. Above - Pam Sanders on her way to her locker. FRESHMEN 1 269 FRESHMEN Marian Burchfield Steve Burnett Jack Burns Rusty Burnside Deborah Burrow Kathy Bursby Janice Burton Donna Cain James Cain Penny Cain Stella Caldwell Judy Calhoon Sandy Camp Cheryl Cantwell Tammy Capps Donna Caraway Scott Carpenter Bobby Carter Doug Carter Mark Castoe Paul Caudle Candis Caylor Danny Cazzato Rosie Cervantez Julie Chalfant Charlotte Chandler Gary Charlton Kurt Chase Above right - Alan Gorrell knows the answer. Right - Mark Cox and Manuel Vela share a few words. OPP. PAGE: Lorrie Blount watches the clock. Ji Ja. .gn . P K 3: 9 i X 4- X A by '+'fg1'5Fa .D so ' Q qs... ,W x M, J 1 H, 31521 ki , , ., x ,zil . . A W.. ri ,X N. 1 'Q R 6 J? Fife T 28 . -1, X K Q fm K , 'Y get., Q K N.. . R TS . J 51 s' -. , Q-I - TD, . 1 J sh-if T A Q KN ,Q A 5-gyj' 4 'J MY: 1 aw'-6124-ls: , j i EBFQFWQ 3? 3 k Q J RQ? ALO GWAYTO GO.. ACCOMPLISH Q W fi an iw? n ,if Y i I ,sw , aff 5 l X yypyy , ,.,, 'iv-21 xx I fc-1 F .ALOTTO Susan Chasteen Deborah Christian g hm Christian ' Carol Citzler 4 I9 , if 1. 1. 4, eb- ,,v fa. A Q l iv is Bobby Clark , E,,, . Robert Clark ' 14 EE exif ... , in DeAnne Coach Clifton Coe Danny Cochran Tina Coffey . mf.. 2f1p'fmQ',rQ51XZ1: :V Jesse Cofield Terri Collins Freida Combs Cliff Combs , Q37 L u as V EK ?'El7if M 'Wifi Ha. ,.i I f is 'R an F' f X X X W K ,Jxlsx xx S ' Ronald Cook - 1 Rose Marie Cook Angie Cooper H I Elaine Cooper A Pete Cooper 2 Todd Corbitt Keith Cornell Cleo Coronado Terri Cowan Mark Cox , , 8 fiigw t ' 5' 'er Johnny Crabtree r , sayy,ssy A A l Douglas Crawley FRESHMEN 271 7 FRESHMEN Patti Critz Keith Crossland Ray Cuff Joey Curtis Deborah Curtsinger John Custer Jimmie Dail Craig Dalton Terry Dalton Pam Davidson Charlie Davis Diana Davis Kathy Davis Randy Davis Robin Davis Ronny Davis Pam Davison f lt if -J ,115 z ry-in W4 4 V..-t lav 'N fr 3 f O a 1 'E' -3x , ' .-1,50 7, f 3 :wt tfmwtt ,Lf 'K ww. fi '12 "J 5 1' 3235" 3 5' Ji , fw 2? , ff J . it Q ..-r. , Wx x . 4 ahve g fr , M?w9 J. Above - Rhonda Ziegenfuss and Nora Trevino smile for the photographer. OPP. PAGE: Obvi- ously enjoying their classes are Marcia Thomas and Danny Lara. 2 J FRESHMEN COMPOSE N.H.S.'S LARGEST CLA S A zfm fb 1 5 E 'Q f. - . Gigi- Q' fffffra I 31' 5 I' 'i f K Q5 . he ,r , Sr 2- -A , , W .E Q E E ii , 5' if , K f 2 1 5 I - , -L., , 5154: iff E as l gif? K w . 1 . f l .-.. .E -- 2.-N n ww. :'- g a if P 'vlfi i f h im Q 1,5 gin' V if wel asm? .4 fi .f r , .,., ' V D s S A ix , so y is l fir 394.225 , W , R -2 ' am, Z, X vim Y, k . A f, i , ffl 5 We , l . 'N SF ffm .. ,Nh 1 M 4 M E' H! n k fffll X wx. Bruce Day Dennis Day Cindy Deal Kay Deal Gabriel DelTorre Robin Denby Mark Derr Roger Dewater Mark Diamond Freeman Diaz Robert Dorris Ed Dotson Daryl Drab Dawna Dunn Nancy Durham Laurie Duval Kirk Duvall Diane Dyer Ionnie Elliot James Elmore Carmen Embrey Rick Emmons Cheryl Engledow Lisa English Shirley Ennis Debbie Enochs Beatrice Esquivel Sylvia Esquivel Debra Estes Sara Estrade FRESHMEN 273 27 A FRESHMEN Bobby Evans Gary Evins Susan Fackler Carol Feely Teresa Ferrell Harold Finch Romelia Flores Tamara Flores Jeff Ford Larry Forney Wayne Franklin Rick Freeman Darla Fritrs Vanessa Frost Dawn Fuller Ricky Fuller Linda Gaines Mary Gairon Bill Galloway Angi Gamez Kelli Gammill Carolyn Garcia Gary Garcia Gerald Gardner Beverly Gamer Maria Garza Paul Gibson Byron Gilchrist Steven Glick Rube Glover fgw, 25 l y he 1 513 4 if ' EE . fl if xg 4. E ' 4 ':., Q ': v EL. - Q- l' s y f '59 , 1' . ,. L L: nk I..,V,. Y , M , -V 41 1 I .J may y . kr , ,L 1. . L r 5 .W 5 'R i f SHy H' S-'H x f-Vx S au ,K 'Q ,GW f H- 1,1 fu 'iv f ,x . , X BECOMI GA PART OFHIGH SCHOOL ,Q ' '51, ,, . N .X , , f!.,, ' Hsu.: rm, 3 R - ' s 8 'five' if K 18' K X lx N Vg kzfg sw gf K? 1 Q32 ngiissiltagi 1 u A -wa, . f H ,, . 4. gf MQQf5?t.g5'.gf,. if ' sw, -, , 1 .W - Q1 ,- fglz-ig uf sw E -S ff 1- Af E! -Q -' iq Gi Q' .W ,H , F ' x ' Q2 Henry Godina Sarah Godina Richard Gonzales Dicky Good Ricky Good James Goolsby Alan Gorrell Valorie Graff Kerri Grantland David Gravette Kathy Greathouse Bill Green Cindy Green Doletta Green Mark Greenwood Sabrina Gregory Amanda Gresham Jack Gresham Dianne Gressett Donna Gressett Billy Griffin Joey Grosek Manuel Guajardo Lynn Guenter Glen Gum OPP.: The camera has found il' pw , .Ji Qi Johnny Claunch. Far left - David Lewis listens for his next assign- ment. Left - Billy House eats a pencil. FRESHMEN 275 76 FRESHMEN Mike Hallmark Jimmy Hallum Mark Hamilton Teresa Hammonds Lori Hampton Mark Hargis Craig Hargrove Dena Hargrove Rosalynn Harjo Billy Harris Pam Harris Pam Harris Ray Harris Danny Harrison Scott Hasse Mark Hawkins Norman Hawkins Steve Haworth Lisa Hayden Leah Hayden Jerry Hayes Twila Hays Ronnie Haywood Tawni Hearon Rickie Hebert Cathy Helton Kenneth Helton Larry Helton Paula Hendrix Kathleen Henkel Howard Hensley Audrie Hernandez CO FUSIO MOUNTS D TW' A X fx Ib 1 F 5' - .vs - A. 3 it f an Mi V '2f':R,'f,' 4 ,Vw LNB r, f f Q 4,5 24? A il 'E 4 C 1 1 ' XXX 2 x K' Q 2 1 I cv ptbgllmxxt mix 1 , N x 1 t l t , r . , -f , - ' ' - 5 Z, as M ta 4 me , W, af ' if aff-af , mv 1,2 ' z Wan A ,lt V K ' 'Kiwi' ,gn , X Y 4, at , W. 6' dx 5X,': ' - 4 aiu. -Fl' is Q- 1 'ff W J F K JI . 6'-li' We f . Wa ' is ' QE is X2 ar ri L y was r. K Jag '- . .R SN , .W f ,Q 'Q -"5iQ25?'?f?5fEiq of . X WS X. ' R 3, Marcus Hernandez Jerry Herrell Neal Herring Karen Hickey Sandra Hilderbrand Mary Hill Mike Hirnes Marty Hinajosa Lyndon Hinch Hal Holbrook Amy Holliday Marie Holloway Judy Hoover Nena Hopper Valerie Horning Cheryl Horton Billy House Beverly Howell David Howie Terri Hudson W""""' OPP.: Robbie Neurarh tries to keep his mind on school work. Above - Racking her brain is Barbara Dickerson. -Q,,,M lun -lv 'izmfzxzoff 1 ' , I, FRESHMEN 27 7 FRESHMEN FRESHMEN EMBARK UPON NEW HORIZONS R ! Q Janice Huffman Johnny Huffman Cathy Huffmaster Laurie Hull Kerry Hunt Janice Hunter John Hunter Jeff Hurtade .M Kathy Hyden qw W Dana Hynum IAW' 'P' Robert Isaac Q' ' H' 'A Donnie Jackson 2 if X k fm , 1 -' 'X 'Q-sr, Janis Jackson Jeff Jackson -2, Q Kathy Jackson R Z Kelly Jackson 4 J ' Randy Janes 'G A Kevin Jarnigin 2-JJWJ ff: .zivyf f2f2i!!.ffff:ff Sandy J ZIICI Diana Jenkins Lonnie Jenkins James Jessie Mike Jessup Delana Johnson Jeanne Johnson Randy Johnson fs X ws 1 1 R JS J L K ' tx JL ,. Q 4' .ily . J , za? HA ," -, '. . sl l '14 Iii ' rr. -t , fx i? K, ig. -- P HN , goes.. 1 if . ' ff fi x. K.. A-j,"Qiiff.Ie ',,ggjg.,A.Q 13.-:wifi Q-f'3""i3X'. Hfiiiffi rz'FaQSL.e-- ,,!?a-mM.f 5 f-' e P 5 ms. 2. . I dtde it . Richafdlohnson A 11 Wanda w ., A .gl Q 5 x'k. -i Tom Jones NX ii ffw .,.E. Q .,.. any YES -,Xi A , A Kreth Jordon H -A -"L X-A A1Ag Leon Kaiser ' . --- .Lx W.-1 W .- 375. Lx -n A X,,, N . . F 195 ds Q V ' gl x 1 1 R- w vs f 1 8 . , t X Teresa Keeling Toni Keeling David Keller Alice Kelley Dominic Kelly . , ,... s Robert Kelly X at i a J ft gt, 4 235, ,"- 5'rf"?w .s 'xl .M--L .JT-I .fa , EVME X Q t.i'f'..'rHu!'.+ ,r--za H - ' 'P ,in gr., it vt 3?-'L"'fe Q J Laurie Kennedy 1 Kim Kemal ffl ' - ' Yvonne Key I A W Mike Kimble S. Roger Kimbler aff: V 1 A Gwen Kimbrell .ff P i . . diff' ' OPP PAGE: Left - Finding her studies tir- V ing is Pam Overland. Right - Betsy Mar- shall finds her book enjoyable. Above left - David Keats calmly checks the work of Debbie Garland. Right - Karen Wright sneaks a glance around the corner. Left - Ricky Freeman patiently waits for the day to end. FRESHMEN 27 FRESHMEN Tobi King Neno Kinsel Jeff Kinser Butch Kirby Keith Kirkland Brian Killman Gwen Koon Wayne Kretsmeier Mark Krueger Laurie Landrum Danny Lara David Lawrence Brenda Lawson Scott Lawson Marilyn Layne Andy Leamon Beth Leadabrand Jay LeBoeuf Wesley Ledbetter Sandra Lee Rodney Leffel Dorsey Leffel Jean Leibensberger Roy Lerma Charles Lester David Lewis David Lewis Kent Lewis lose Limones Bobby Lloyd Right - Lost in the foliage is Laurie DuVa1. OPP.: Stan Atteberry thinks of all as a big joke. . ,sa t .4 .. 2 . I if 1 5, lg , -s V , AM, . Q . f 4 L 1 Q gg. 7 Win X X. K IJ K l 1 ,2 Ti - -1 -1 - K ' ,, , K , . fl, -af.. Q51 sig X 1 -s-- Qi . . f 1 1-S1 . Q - . ' gk ,X .ff s six X , lst i lr 1 Q.. i ly' MQW ' ii 1 . 'V 'P ff? of, f ff ' 5 'W iv E Rall, , -N51 ., -vi--'1-'g,4. If" I 4 A , M- , A :3'I'fQX-L+ 1- in .1 M+v,K ggfft rg w.,,+-+11 ,Wf- 3fq5f,,1,.,L+ ff iwmmi 3 5 "Al:.+s'b1!3f++?1+'tif',fi .WE- HF :E , . Q f ...J i41ltsiQ .: X : . . 5 N' v 5 se ,.-, , ., tix M a TQ, - -.J u QA D L if yy' ,- 1 x L ir 3535 .iw .,, 22 u EWEXPERIENCES PROVIDE EW EXCITEMENTS 'M y QQ, 1 ' -L .W wb I 3 fag 2 J-f,41'z. . VK ' 'f 'T " H Q52 ,,ff,,- fkewjy vw ' fig, ww ,mf 5 7 4? H? X R 43- 5 'J if : ziiifs i f dh Q ,Q f., X12-11512, 5, Iil . , ff . . ' wi A W x I Z5 W H' - L 5 iff? M 1 L fs Patricia Lopez Earl Love Sonia Loyd Paula Lozano Benji Lynch Helen McAna11y Cathy McCammon Venus McCammon Steve McClellan Debbie McC1unghie Debbie McConaghie John McCon1ey Pam McCon1ey Ianiece McCork1e Teresa McCormick Terry McCoy Tracey McCurdy Donna McDonald Tracy McDonald Kamie McFarland Kathy McWhorter Tammy Macha Tanya Maedgen Randy Magby Lauri Maltsberger David Manchen FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN CARRYA HEA VYLOAD r ., Brooke Maner I .W David Maner Zi Frances Mantooth ' 4- N 'Q Wayne Marlow ff11f'i t Sl 3 IVLAL I fi ki. Betsy Marshall L A .,:, ,qqt v. A Q Mary Marshall AJ Lan ' - A at ff, . a W so 1 . , 1 3 iii ' r, A 1 Jay Martin , sg? s A A b Kathy Martin A f . o r Ray Martin Q R ,f , ' Sharon Martin yykg Q P ' 'L Troy Martin A Lfgy A 1 . I J 2 X 5 Abraham Martinez i ,rii - ' 8 ttitt Eff r a 38 r f t A :sg iz. ' - , , a Q 1 ng a Alice Martinez Melida Martinez Rito Martinez Betsy Marshall Mark Marvin TQ -f Ja' - T' -gl' '97 V 1, 'S' w 1' l' ' "aegis 'is , -5 ' 41 , I . Har 1' ry L' if Marvin Mashburn 5, ,J 4 i.f,:1?J,y'fK' gl W, itzft if! Fred Mayhall Y Ronny Maynard l 282 5 u se as is .. .. , it gf Y ff T mf? if .-x. - - - . , 11 it Y 5 ig? har ...El X ff.. Xia .ri .A t is Q31 .3 iitt . .. , 'N -1 ... fa . X . l ,-Ty.-f,,fQ,1,-.af "Z . , A . . , -e. ra Y . X' T A A 'Q fl QQ Q , 1 ,-.,: . K : L Y 5 . , ., . ' A ' .!" A L ' Z' 4 5 'ft fifwi - i j L s 1 1, , ggflq ' :V ., f , g l i .A W ---, am.. .... . .'...:.r11fa.:1mr... . fi XL., ,. if .Q A 3 K. Wk fav ,W , , 1 i i 11" ' S, ,f ,fb- me A 'gif .ni fi? A 4 ' 2131 iii 5 wi? 'L I 5 9 7 -k y W . , S Q, W sfgzii A ,R 311. ..... M wi ax... . gi...z,'bi , .. I ' st' .J U 32 ,-hk ' i -' wif ,. A 4 4 L .r'k,. f" H Sf' f 'tis 'fl Pat Meadows Kevin Meek David Metzger Steve Mikesell Selwyn Miles Dana Miller James Miller Lynn Miller Mike Miller Randy Miller Sandra Miller Johnnie Minter Kenny Minton David Miskill Cynthia Mitchell Brian Mohaffey Carol Monsees Alice Moore Teresa Moore Tina Moore Trace Moore Anita Morena Rachel Moreno Pam Moreno Sheila Morrow Mylinda Morton Curtis Mosher William Mullen Steve Munger Kelly Murphy OPP. PAGE: Jeff Ford and Jimmy Taylor find something amusing. THIS PAGE: Absorbed in their books are Mark Marvin and Richard Gonzales. FRESHMEN 4 FRESHMEN A FUTURE U DER CONSTRUCTIO Laura Murphy Patti Murray Terry Murphy Andy Murray Lorie Myers Vince Neel Cindy Nerio Robert Neurath Steven Nevelik Cary Newman Brian Nichols Darla Nix Donald Nix Robert Noble Lee Ann Noel lames Noland Lisa Northcutt Andrew Orozco Colleen Ost Adriene Osuna Alma Oxuna Pam Overland Michael Page David Pallett Gracie Parker Kathy Parks Richard Parks Anthony Parma Gerald Parrish Kem Parrott . '-- . I 'Y lv I I N 1? ' M. 1 WE-X4 ' t me af .. P , . M, 45 h gg., , '! ,"f"',f"'i ., fyqzffi ' A Q 4 w-wif, fl. My I fd' 4' 412-vwzffaf f' 'LIT 2645! "MV gwixfffr K, Q?1iZf?.i'1 ,le 1 f. 3WfgWi W' li ff N 3 4 i 'C , if ,I X K I N32 S 2 vi ,-,, 2 v N iii c I 465 A -K, y -4: wr 'ff' ,5 Ai w 5' mf 'E' , ,. if 1 12:31 L 9 Tiff.. , . iL.egg,g. A VH "Y" 5 4 t hr 5 F 4330- it i 1. K M Qwixw '-', i " i ,y no 3- ev. A g Q or 1 A ff , ,W K ' . 1 rrrr ' 'W gg ,Q rig? ' Q' rj ? y ry K. 1 A A ttty A - A y . or ' t My i 5 P E ft , , , OPP.: Wondering what to do next is Tonya Wright. Left - Donnie Rogers makes a connection. Lower left - Kamie McFarland reaches in. Right - With a sly look in his eyes is Roger Dewater. 'x I f h ff , gf Q it X ref P 9' 4 F3 5 Q l Y' K .Fi T 6 1 3 u',.:1 .fk, 3f , 1, ifuji- , ' B -fy mms ,a . R Z' t ' fa 11 gf I 7 , M gent .r,. ff! if 5 LVL: 1Xm X , - J Sherry Partin George Patrick Johnny Patton James Pedigo Jeri Pedigo Jeff Perser Billie Pena Paul Perry David Phillips Mike Phillips Pat Phillips Barry Pike Leah Pinchera Cindy Pitones 5 V 1 .E "5" t ff' I gi. I Q JLQ.,-.llZI,'lf'm" FRESHMEN28 5 FRESHMEN I erri Polk Penny Ponder Kerry Pope Gina Poque Randy Presley Bobby Preston Kenny Pritchett Billy Quinn Twana Rankin Carl Raspante Denise Reames Jacques Redding Sharon Redding Cindy Reeves David Reinhard D. I. Reininger Naomie Resendez Anna Reyna Daniel Reyna Becky Reynolds Cliff Rice Troy Rice Renee Rich Pam Richardson Jimmy Rie Clifton Riley Philip Riley Far right - Armed with a hat is Bruce Day. Right - Clay Phillips seems pleased with his class. OPP.: Left - Looking up from his work is Brian Nichols. Right - Three forty- five sounds good to Connie Fergu- son. s Na 1 Y x ui? 1 . Uk I 5 'fs' A , 'J I -f , -bf 1 . 1 ,f ,A i,i1'i'AQ1 A ca' X I xxq ...gi -s 2, f in K A ey xi HER ' K -vii?" ,,.. W 'gg , A"' -s W be - R .951 .,: .5 i 1 ' are Q M HE. 3.1 J' N .-1--nu. Q tm Q is Q 'P x A , sa, P,-.Q I, sf' , MA for N'-. JL K A r x, K , A r ,A r J i I Q , C is Rv. ' :Yi 1 W ' +2 . ,e is ,cgi wig ' if x Y' X' U .4.f..r,, 1 r. G .,, .-Q' ,si Q S 6 'R 'W . f ,. - .- :X :Ti 5' sh 'Ns a gl iii r 4- s , ' ff N , V 1 SFA 1 N , x fi , ,p 1 ,gl- 9 ,ff E x I E, smazfrii lf. vi: X25 fi x aff' v'A A ' j,, MAKING MEMORIES TO HOLD FOR THE FUTURE . ,, Q 1 . ,,3iw,i,5' 1 A K M , - 3 - K ti, ,V . " 15 gr RQ MQ ' I - ' a M ff S is J' si Y Q S OEE E MEROO is is s o . rf! in ' Molly Riojas Shelly Robbins Jimmy Roberson Linda Roberson Jeff Robertson Delia Rodriquez Donnie Rogers Mike Rogers Smauel Rogers Sylvester Rogers Jana Rouse Glenna Rowland Kay Roycroft Kelley Rushfeldt Raymond Ruiz Rhonda Ruiz Rhonda Rurh Tommy Ryan lay Rylanr Eddie Salazar Paul Salick Sheila Sampson Pam Sanders Sammy Sandoval FRESHMEN 7 FRESHMEN Scott Sarandis Mike Saur Mike Sawyer Jan Schenkler David Schnaiderman Paul Schultz Debra Scott Allen Scruggs James Seago Tonya Selman Martin Senstock Ismiel Sepeda Larry Septer Claudio Sevilla Danny Sevilla Nikkie Sheffield William Sjelley Brenda Shields Johnnie Shourek Larry Slate Wayne Sloan Danny Smith Dave Smith Eugene Smith Joel Smith Linda Smith Peggy Smith Ricky Smith Patti Snapka Pat Snapka ar ..- :ffw,,3. -. 1.42 . 'f an 1 S t M 5 1 V , 1 1 f ' mp? 2 it itlt 9 nz, ' . '- . , ,.,,:, nu .7 5. ,K 1 Y gvitktawp-Zn. 4? X 'Y A. Y S ' ., 1 t . 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Wage ,, it w Hut Q ff 93' 1-tt-'tw : t Delia Solis Paul Sollenburg Karen Staley Brad Stallings Keith Stanton Virginia Stanley Jolly Starek Debbie Stearns Ronnie Stearns Becky Stegman Karen Stephens Dana Stepherson Alan Stewart David Stirling John Stith Robert Stone Annette Story Brian Stout Dianne Summers Rama Sweet Becky Taylor Hal Taylor Janava Taylor Jim Taylor OPP. PAGE: Billie Pena and Ronald Cook have their eyes on the camera. Above left - Randy McVicker's mind wanders from his studies. Left - Writing madly is Jimmy Taylor. FRESHMEN FRE HMEN CONCLUDEA MEMORABLE Marr Taylor Diana Tellez Barbara Tennell Kevin Thacker Marsha Thomas Wanda Thomas Alan Thomason Dawn Thompson Patricia Thompson Tracy Thompson Val Thompson Ricky Thorn Sonya Thorson Bren Throton Pat Thurman Denise Thurmond Melvin Tierge Steven Tiule Leo Toczek Leslie Toland Q , .fmt -' YEA R W5 , IZ .F . si Q, I ' ' . ' . N N . .A . K fx 'Y' I , ff Zliii Q ! 'X ff Q '.' Ki'L ' ,N i ssi fy T iii T 2: is ,gf Qi 5 Q 2 , ' z, "S K X S 3 'Jw W. 5, 'Y RJ 2 'T' ' , ' 5- . ug V? ., ., s,,r L 3 G xi 'J X .i ? Y 'W . Q . 5? L? ' ,.,'1 ry 'I f-Kgf 5 , fl" .ffifrwrmf..'?:.521f?"5. ..-.51 i...ifIi5' yW 'L V we :" 1 1 . ,. ,. 5 i ' . Eliza - 'V ,.w.a'-1-f 1 . If ' - Ts. , .. K ' . fb E, ., : , 15 3 . gi ,- . 'ldxki Q, ,, N V VV,,V M .. h 1 l y y f E ,QQN Q' 'i Jesse Torrez Nora Trevino Robert Tmitt Phyllis Turner Gene Tyler Shelly Underwood Sherry Vail Jo-Ann Valentine Elizabeth Vallance James Vancamp Diane VanDyke Mark VanDyke Kelley Vardeman Danny Vauble Almina Vavra Manuel Vela Dana Verver Larry Vick Heather Viegel Tracy Vineyard Ann Vita OPP.: Left - In deep concentration is Jerry Hux. Right - Waving to the camera is Trace Moore. THIS PAGE: Top - Alice Moore hurriedly finishes her work. Above - Shelley Underwood surrounded by friends . FRESHMEN FRESHMENT David Wagoner Jerry Waggoner Robbie Waldroup Sherrie Waldrup Laura Walker Johnny Wallace Becky Waller Mike Walls Ty Walpole Charlie Walton Bryan Walts Tina Ward Matt Warner Nita Warren Tommy Warren Gary Wasserman Camille Webb Teresa Webb Toni Webb Donald Webster David Welch Billy West Jennifer West Pam West Teddy West Patsy Wheat Right - Mark Blackburn is the vic- tim of the camera's eye. I . 1,3 ,ix , 2 -f2iiEf'G2fl 4 V A J' ., M W' Q - 45 A4 rl 'A .M H., ,ir 55:41. sf age.,-, 'aff Q,-x.'?-,L A Aixam, tr 'if 2 f J ,JWL g!'uY :f"f? M I I Q A 41' 4 .gif Q , f... wi Q 742 5' 1 622 it :-.r ,S 2. 34 5 ,fi if Q . rf . , . , 2 f, i ' 1. . w -1 4' 'Za' 'Eg ii fish A M if K if lx f Q3 . 'A' 1 , A v' iz ef .6 5-gg N, 1 X +9 ,,,.. H i H., fi , I" P W? Y a -J 53 1. 4. 4, 'EG' W 4 '-s 1 4, y yy. f s. S' , LQ ., . 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' J f9'4ff:i'i if sg , t if Ak , K 'Q 5,5 - S -vw " +3 a 2 5 H i f BUILDING THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE Linda Wheaton James White Steve White Susan Whitaker Diann White Tom Wilkie Gary Willaford Deanne Williams Jackie Williams Stanley Williams Susam Williams Kim Wilson Lee Wilson Sheri Winters Kim Wolfe Sheri Wood Mike Woodall Sandra Woodward Vic Woolsey Melisa Wooten Peter Works Karen Wright Tonya Wright Cindy Wurth Annette Ybarra Mike Young Robert Young Jimmy Zabojnik Rhonda Ziegenfuss Penny Zimmerman FRESHMEN HOMEMAKING Ann Nickel The domestic art of home- making provides Nimitz students with an essential background of living. Homemaking benefits both the male and female inhabitants of Nimitz, teaching them the arts of cooking, sewing. child care, marriages, and just plain living . Marilyn Lucas and Jan Rollins Barbara Copeland Joy Hawking Shirley Mayhugh EXERCISING MINDSAND BODIES J P ly and Ian Maxwell Jeff Redden Don Nemwig Curtis Burch Bobby Wright Kathy Gilleland PHYSICAL EDUCA TION I 295 2 BUSINESS Above - Linda Mahan Below - Eloise Wimbish Charlotte Hughes R. Hughes Mary Ann Butts Gladys Hill Frances Young BUSINESS COURSES LEAD TO OCCUPA TIONS Penny Hervey Bobby Hubbard and Rosemary Evans Ann Keefer Robert King BUSINESS HISTORY EXPLORI G THE PAST Marie Wiseman Cliff Bradley David Hall Dean Pikes Patsy Taylor Ruby Chance and Don King l Ralph Knapp Sandra Garza Michael GI661' Kay Branch Bill Reynolds Looking back through past civili- zations to discover man's origin and creations is what Nimitz history courses are all about. Waking up and understanding the world around us is taken up in Soci- ology and Psychol- ogy along with a mature outlook on life. These social studies aid students in making today tomorrow's history . HISTORY 299 MA TH SOL VIN G S TUDEN T'S MA N Y PR OBLEM S Kaye Crawford Connie Rodgers Susan Fischbein ii i William Althoff Wayne Bingham 1 Cheryl Strickland Linda Lawson i a a . James immons 4 f, .' ' Susan Perry I .xgbamzgdf fy Ji ' b Lili X 7114 'ja W fa- Lf WLM 0 aw W MATH k 5,4-ff"-"f"fm'i"f FINE ARTS Sienna Harvey Elaine Miller W PRES SI G CREA TI VITY if I Gayle Collins and Karen Yerger Peggy Wadley and Bobby Villareal Earl H3beIk21mP Paul Wallace Bill Davis f -' -- 14. f A Larry Mayo V -an., Chief Billy Monroe 'w I x' NX Y 'x . w f -,rkfrf 1, 1 rf., ,J- - ,f--V- -. ,.r.,f.- V r, - J -- - --V- Ronald Bruenjes MARCHI G THROUGH K 'OWLEDGE + A, . , Krf-V Q ' r 7 an rrrrrr f, , "iv, I ' aw f. ,Q .V tif' , rrrr r a an 'af fi Commander Jerry Swor , Susan Schwenker Katherine Rogers SCIENCE 30 4 SCIENCE BREAK THROUGHS IN SCIENCE Eddie Green Top above - Emily Dodson Above - Donna Chandler dwg Above - Nathan Purvis Richard Taylor Above - Cherry Jackson Right - Lane Ladewig ,Q MW. if I Left - Joe Tunks Above - Jim Sitton Left - Hazel Wallace Exploring the un- known, acknowl- edging unanswered questions, deter- mining how and why - Nirnitz Sci- ence courses account for all these. Facts about man's environment and physical exist- ence are taught every day by our well-qualified fac- ulty. SCIENCE O6 ENGLISH SYMBOLIZING ENGLISH: -. y Pam Sibley CC 33 Judi urvis P 1 Gail Witt earl rni l I S Lh 1 Dawn Gwin Becky Gregory Ann Phillips Helen Ledgerwood Francine Rune I oe Wood The decision of taking English or not was left entirely up to our graduating seniors. Their options were: Dropping English IV all together, taking the two mini-courses, 140 and 141, or con- tinuing as usual with English. The mini-courses were derived from a questionaire sent to all juniors last year. They listed a variety of subjects which could be taught to upcoming seniors. This provided the basis for the courses called 140 and 141. Each grade level of English learns about the origin and uses of today's modern lan- guage. Susan Milner ENGLISH 7 ENGLISH Jackie Mayberry Norma Puckett Linda Raney Linda Hankinson Florence Temple Amy Page Bernice Mayers Esmar Edwards LENDI G A EXPERIENCED HAND Above - Jackie Thiele Below left - Roe Morris Martha Evans Below right - Gina Wilkinson Stephanie Denison 30 PRINCIPAL A MOST UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL What more can be said about a man who has given so much and asks for so little. One man so dedicated for one purpose, a man willing to bend a few rules if he has to and never afraid of stepping out and taking a risk as long as it accomplishes his goal. That goal is to make sure every student that enters the halls of Nimitz High as a student will be given the opportu- nity to make his way and mature and finally gradu- ate. Mr. Tom Chandler is a man who perhaps only has one negative side, this is that he can't possibly be everywhere at one time and therefore, he is not what he wants to be , all inclusive. Mr. Chandler is a most unique individual, he appreciates hon- esty and integrity from his stu- dents and he demands these char- acteristics from himself and his staff. His rapport with his most able staff allows them to act as he would. We at Nimitz are very proud of this man and we are especially proud of the way he has handled the affairs of Nim- itz. We have a reputation of being the proudest school in Irv- ing. We have this because of not only our school but our principal as well. We appreciate his efforts because no action is taken unless it will benefit the majority at Nimitz High. PRINCIPAL l 311 STAFF Mr. Winn's duties as Vice Principal include budget- ing for the school, taking care of teacher substitu- tion, organization and preparation for student drivers ed. He also takes care of buses, the parking lot, and helps with the diciplining of students. He remains one of the principal reminders that people can be both stern and warm of heart. He is quick to under- stand and he is willing to help try to solve any prob- lem that might confront the students of Nimitz . "ra in fx l if WITHOUTTHEIRHELP ' ' ' Mr. Singley's job as assistant Vice Principal includes perhaps one of the most vital of all. He must schedule classes and make a master plan for the student body. . l He also takes charge of Text books and is P.T.A. representa- tive. Mr. Singley is a man who is never afraid to laugh and ever willing to put forth his sense of kk humor and still gain the respect and admiration of the student body. Dr. Tom Cuskey is the new face who has appeared on the surroundings. His duties include working with the Instructional Program, and taking care of the audio-visual equipment, lock- ers, and auditorium. He earned the Doctor title by being a Doctor of Edu- cation. Dr. Cuskey has taken on many tough jobs this year such as the distrib- ution of the class pictures, and he has completed them with distinct accuracy and speed. WHERE WOULD WE BE? ,- f s 5 The Dean of Women must have patience as well as a level- headed outlook on each student. Mrs. Hinkle fills these qualities as well as those required of the cheerleader advisor. She is one of our most ardent supporters. She attends many of the athletic as well as academic confronta- tions with other schools. Each year she does a very fine job with our cheerleaders, attending sum- mer sessions with them and directing the practice routine used daily. mm.. ,,,A. , STAFF C OUN SELORS C0 UNSEL OR S,- SHINE THE G UIDING LIGHT WHICH LEA DS THE WA K Giving, is such a hard task to complete, for always something or some part of you must leave you. Mrs. Linda Staggs, as the senior counselor has given so much more than any other person could. She is one of the most well-liked people in our school. She stands behind students always, she radiates with the light of greatness. 4 Molly Brown, is one of the most congenial people on campus. She serves as the junior counselor, and in her second year of coun- seling at Nimitz, has proved to be one of the most helpful and thoughtful persons around. Through Mrs. Butler's diligence and effort the sophomore class has undergone academic as well as social progress. With the guid- ance of our Mrs. Butler did they achieve these feats. She has proven to be a well remembered person at Nimitz because of her constant efforts to give aid and kindness to the student body. Our freshmen Counselor , Mrs . Melba Woodson, brings valuable knowledge and experience to the incoming students. She provides all the answers to the many ques- tions put to her, the door to her office remains always open and inviting for all those who wish to enter. COUNSELORS SECRETARIES Mrs. Aldridge Mrs. Alford Mrs. Armstrong Mrs . Barnett Mrs Emst ,M ,x JY, rw N Lf" Vi, 0 Mrs . Plaski Mrs . Stroud Mrs . Cashion Mrs . Welch MIS - CUNY Mrs . Vanderford , 1 ' we 4 Q E 1 6 . 5 Q, Z I LEADERS OF THE M ULTI TUDES ..VA 1' DRWKNDVTOWTMLY' AHHQ4HARROD ARTHURCHSEY ' S NOTE Ph fl c 11 A s pg f Ad lbl dP1 EE5E lEE EEE E E EEEEE E EE EE E lF"1QhmUW? EE "EW Q ADNUBUSTRATHNV CHARLESPARKS PAULBARGER N7 LUNCH ROOM STA FF NO URISHMENT FOR THE MIND THEN THE BODY These women aid the student body by preparing nutri- tional meals for their lunch. A majority of their day is spent in the preperation and clean up of these meals. They are always ready to serve each and every student. KEEPERS OF THE PA LA CE - - - i r P i l L P The student body at Nimitz often takes for granted the clean cam- pus. The people responsible for this cleanliness is the mainte- T nance crew. They work way beyond school hours to keep Nimitz in the organized and effi- cient atmosphere it's in. V MAINTENANCE CREW 09 , 5:5 BOBB Y WA DS WOR TH M 1 N X Y r I i Q x I i f i EDI FOR IN CHIEF larry w ldsworth HEAD PHOTOGRAPHERXCO-EDITOR , DIVISION PAGES: bobby Wadsworth ORGANIZATIONSIHONORS: karen copeland chris snllivan beckii zinn ACADEIVIICSXACTIVITIES: brenda harris karen o'conneIl karen dixon sharen dixon ATHLETICS: Ianny garcia . tresa taylor CLASSESXSTAFF: 1 cathy engel 5 marty randlc 5 vlckl graham nnchelle marquette , FACULTY. Q larry Wadsworth 5 PHOTOGRAPHERS: 5 Iisa dumas 5 brian hindman I bobby Wadsworth 1 brian knapp ADVISOR: nliss jean smith 1 i x 1 5 4 The 1975 Valhalla staff would like to extend special thanks to Acic Mit- chell of Taylor Publishing, Mrs. Sienna Harvey of the Nimitz faculty, Mintz Studio for their kind and generous help. NIMITZ I - ,I M f I X" I K . El .4 A ,...,,..., -.,..-..,:l... L3 ' 4 MM,,kW K ' - . ,A . 1- . 1?T 't 'F kv' ' it M 3 y . 'Nha ' k ' sf A , 'tvs-..M 1 ,gf , . K -' "' ' " I 1 Q School . . . An institution Of learning. It is not just a building It is people . . . Adults as well as the young With the latter Striving To turn their abilities Into letters In a gradebook. School is Friendships Not just Hardshipsg It is a place to like And to be liked. To some, it is a prison: Eight hours . . . Maximum securityg To others It is just Security. This year's theme States what all schools Yearn to accomplish . . Few ever do . Yours . . Mine . . Ours . . . Unity through Individualism 324 .1 , .ai - M,fw1.:f..Ennnus: if dig' ,qu-Q. J " 2f W ' f Q,, 5 , , f L 3 6 1 jj 1 VL li ' - f.,5- we-W:'1K 5 fx 1' I Q QP K 45 ., mx: 1 fgszz ff ? vi EQ f QE , gm 3 , may , w he ef if . 'E Q ia 1 Q in A an lv WE ,, Z H' 4. mf A- ME W5 ' 326 327 K " 'V""ff'N "'fF"'f" - ' ..,, , . N K Y 3.5, , M 1 'fu -1 1 My .. " W., , 'M 'ww .,.., 'M' ,gf I I .i AY :IV L,,P5uiU ...M I i,k was ,JT - :L .- L, ,hz .. , 4' W 'MH 33 3 arf u an Wim? gn my ,:q,1::,,., 4,:- . 1,-:- .--ff, -,I fm: -- , V ? 4 In years to come, when your hair has turned from its youthful colorg when wrinkles begin to show, where when you were young, acne and blemishes once strived: when the mind Cthat for the longest time was placed on I-IOLDJ starts to deteriorate . . . the Yearbook of 1975 will have survived! Packaged in between yellowed newspapers proclaiming the resignation of a President and others bearing pictures and stories about the unspeakable - will sit Volume VII. Time after time you will ascend the attic stairwayg pass by old scrapbooks, stuffed toysg and step over the cigar box full of broken crayons, medals, ribbons, and the other paraphernalia gathered by your body's first tenant - the child - to reach your cache of memories In thumbing through these pages, we hope to bring back to you the smells, sights, and sounds of the bygone days . . . of long hair, proms, and friendships that have since dissipated and time that has hastened by. Qgfwadley . Peggy: l L,.. A v l .zuqnxsn ' Evans, Martha: Eng. 1 8: 2 Gregory. Eng. 1 Gwin , Eng . 1 8: 3 f 1. Vivareal. Span. 1 8: maze,- Y.: . - Young , Bio . -3Hm.8: Nickell, Ann: Cloth. and Food - 1 8: 2 Rollins. Jan: . . 1 Cloth. 8: Food?-A 1 I-lankinson, Linda: Lib. Mayberry, Jacliie: , Linda: EDUCATION Ann: CVAE King. Robert: ICT - 1 Bn. 1 2, 4 5 ' v Bruenjes, Ronald: 1 2 3 4 an G. man, A. nraf: ggll 11 . ren. . . . ff... 5 8 I ' Pikes, glaoirflir' B' Choir' Mayo, Larry: ffgif A G. wood, M.w. 1 al 2 FIMATH 1: A U ' Garza, Ha2f'Qj,fQ1f 'saga 5 M. RESOURCE 5.eS1!h0ff - William- A T. nm Govt. 1-hwy 1 8: FOM 1 L 9515.1 Denison, Stephanie: wayne S 3 Greer. Micheal: Wallace, parm Engl, Hlsr. lll l W. .. . . Cn.. roonballf HB' F"""'a1' C . B' md' C' Bm' Edwards' HSM l,gV, A K 1 Hall, David, V 1 -L gg-w ROTC - Eng. , I-list., P.E., Math T an A. I-list.. w.H1s:..aiaaseba11f f S 1. .: f? gSGE6m. , Dr4'Team . - ' . MBYSIS- Bernice: . King Don' Chief Bmy Monroe' mas cms ifI7FiSch5efn Susan: ' ' , ROTC ' 1 1 A1g.1is, 1.A.a. E E Fmban' Govt C,,mmnde,,e,, sm. Thiele, Jackie: La und Knapp. Ralph: ' ROTC - 2 Y ' Math. Science WWII' 3: A. Hist.. Soc. 1.A.3.. -A1g.1 a: a g g , 7. E Reynolds, B111: STUDY HALL Geog. , Health. Football Puckett, Ngrmgg S S S S A ' ' S. H811 . Talr,Pats: gff-Nagar: Bilfxili- gzoam. ' Ly. Tesmpgeiflorence: . . . . . ' 8 -Peuy. Susan: Wiseman, Marie: - Alg. 1, 8: 1.A.1. B.W. Hist. , Health LIBRARY :".f-IS 1 v1cK1 DeLANE 11 FHA 49, 101 11 12, FBLA 1103 BELINDA DE DANNY D 1 BRUCE . CHRIS " R+'r W -..,L F?m549, g-11, 129 1 Ykglfres. C103 .jrdent Cbuncil C113 MIAAAQ11. my NBC C123 A . Projects Chair. C121 PAT-COOPER German Club C97 FTA 199 FHA 19, 10, 11, Publicity Pres. SWORD AND SHIELD Who's Who - Home Economics C125 BRANT BUTCH Student Choir C9 Drama Sec . - ARSENIC SAM Basketball Football TROY COX C11 123 re: C113 Pres C123 FHA C9 1 HERO 4th V Pres 4 Basketba 1 Class V. Executive Stl " Club AND News C9. 102 Club Treasurer DAVISON E WAYNE DOBBS Football C95 Choir C1O, 11, 125 Foreign Lang. Club C115 FTA C115 Student Council C105 Choir Pres. C125 National Honor Society C125 SYLVIA ESQUIVELA- FHA,512J Club C125' EECKASCCEVANS R1C1 A LANETTE DOSSETT Student Council C95 C 5 A nttat 1 fIff1CCC'. KDAVID C ,Czfqfiztffsiigetgee1-sf JOHN GARDNER VAN 1, ...- , 5 - ' 13-QLAND A 115 -ziil 1' VICA c11.1sii2, .RITA GLEGHQKNA ,oat A ,A DlANA HARGIS FHA C95 TOM HARRINGTON Football C95 Football Trainer C1O, 11, 125 Trainer C105 A Eiieeutive Council C125 Honor Society C11, J J 125 MuCA1pha Theng.CC1g5 . German Club C115 - Ct-. , , .1 '-CC, 1.1 - . M11 Alpha T11CIaC11f125 rott .JSTEVB FHAQ1' 129 Business Club GLOVER . 125 ' 'R' -':l 1 1. tft - .. . ' I'jC . 12 LANITA A aort A lsszaaigsfafifinci 41510115 D Spanish Club -A rCr t lllt HERGQEHAC115 Eisinfii Club E .tm E .t-r A FBW11' arrr PAM DOTSON FCCC F PELE U17 ttntt 22'C-: .1 H 4119 Baskefsmgs. 10, ECE 1127 ,..- -- L . tt-Q . 1' O'i75fiQ22fQ,1f51 A ""' FHA411'12J A - ' 5 A who! who C cmd Care C 12, STEVEi1CRANTLAND'1-' . toaaat S 5 A E Frtl ' 119 AH Cm' fm F C r t ' 4119 BRUCE DUCKWORTH FFCC 542. arol .Q 1 411451255 ZEQSHARCN VICA C11, 125 nrtaatl aall A FCCF 1 A 1tFt1 A Scimefglub 01' ff aat Wh0'SE Ma1h orro. 1 A 1 RONALD DULWCRTH . f . 105 flfiiv D aarl as Altt 61115597 Rodeo C1117-1 C91 10, 115' Varangians C9, 1031115 Wh gl C. 'j"gg1ylu,Alpha Theta,C11. 125 C, Band 19' 105 Treasurer C9. 103115. io ogy! Fttl 'FFFF EF A f'f5'?lde"' Couffgilillf 121 1111511111 AHS Club f9' 101 Mu Alivha Them Mrttnnmiacos . BRENDA DUVALL NaLi0U411.H0n0fES55i5?7 411- Mu Alphafrheta C115 .g it C FCFC FHA C9. 10. 11, 125 ETA C10.C.1i1g,vQ-2-125 C rnrt FBI-A C115 Student Council C9, 125 Ielgn --A- 111-1 Se U -t"' , 1.19 Keylink C11, 125 ' Officer C125 C Volleyball C11, 125 RANDY DURHAM Rodeo Club C10, 11, CHRIS EARLE VICA C11, 125 Parliamentarian C125 ANITA EDWARDS Drill Team C95 FHA C105 VOE C125 Pres. C125 LEON EHEMANN Student Council C115 Baseball C115 Varangians C11, 125 Football C9. 105 TERESA ELLIS PHA C95 C FBLA C115 16 CATHY ENGEL FHA C95 Ecology Club C105 . LA.L . Drill Team C9. 10 ,CC1115 - spanish Club CQQifC8IbO0k C11 , A Class Editor C125 Student Council C9C, C125. Parliamentarian'C125CC. ,,C. C Executive Council C9,- g '1C,1 C3 115 5 Att 11 1. Miss '-EJ,Q11il'16 Finalist C125 C ,lsey1irCR15CE125 1 A THOMAS EPPERSON Gymnastics C9, 105 .A.C Class President C125 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 125 e German Club C125 .QQC C S Health Club C105 5 Football C9, 10, 11. 125 Baseball C9, 10. 11, 125 FTA C125 C smifsclence C1L!!?...AK12J p-142 it 1 Nat1onal..tlgionorSoc1ety C11 , 12, f,-1f Class Favorite C125 'N . H . S . Nominee KURT FULLER JOHN GARCIA A iysana C95 vtCA C11, 125 IOHNNIE GARCIA C v1CA C115 C155 1 A 100111111 191 A LESLIECCARMS French Club C9, 105 Band Cs, 10, 11,125 C Off1cerC125 - .1051 'Health Cluli CST 105 ' Science Club C105 ' 5eCfeY3fY'f193'- A 'Fe.11.11iS --.1551 1.551411 1:1 itsr Q . . sfaaem1couEau1 1C1o 1151 'E s1irig5afba11 sweetliean C125 RICHARD CRxMEsL,5 C C'B3nd 195 - ,-fl KeY Club C RO'ECfC10 . 11, f ' Officer C105 Ensign C11, 125C A-B21Hd2gC11D:+ Q QC105 , 'l-' VICKY HANSEN FHA C105 CCCC1CCQC-iz-CC: FTA C105' - Studentfgouncil .C Erench.EAC1nsbi1C1115 '1i1TT"f E A Drill Te5iH3aC125 ' CHERRI HALEY C C Spanish Club C95 CL' C1,CCgCiC51CCC. CC 5011111111 C 10- A . A iosrsi +1 C555 Cm .. CCAL CCC JERRY 'H1LL E 4 A F00U??1?el1'S97 ' LLE- . igii LEFL A if SWORDRIAND SHIELD C125 A Featuregiliditor C125 CC A lllt Cs. 10, 115 Rodeo Cmblcs. 10, 115 5311 E QC. CHECE C125CCC.CCQCCCCCC.sC A 4912- A , . 1 ':.-af :wife 12:21. f, ,- 5 - C95 HOUSE. .11 ug if .. C..s1EQQ1ba11 C9 i 152-zkaseball 1 SWORD ANDSH11111 Cltllooo S0CiQ1Yz1C11. ..111 Mu.1A1pHa1g1-rheta C11,-125 . 1 .EE1 A . . A .DENNIS HALE1Y?'F CHARLIEQQRANGER E tssot. iffB-B1f11f10- 111 5 A VICKY HALLMARK C .1C- Volleyball c10C,C11C 12, C CC,C C C122 CCE.. .C . Q3ia?5f.5i1.CymnamesgfC1o. 11, A STEVE HARDEEE ' Keyunk C115CCCCCC.C 410. 115 CCCCC ,'11 Ffench ' ' 'Drama Club C125 Science Club C115 ARSENIC AND OLD LACE my .5.. . 593112 E A HCWARDC National Honor Society C11 , C1221 A 1..1 S stts , QC ' E,"" "51'- 'BRUCE HOWIE Varangians C9, 10, 11, 125 V-Pres. CIO, 115 CC1 Pres. C1-25 Cf Sciencegfilub C11.i1'1'112f51-eC,1i'C- Y . E SC 05 Mu Alpfia Theta C10, 11, 125 .if , .337 DON HUQSQN DE t RITA HULERTA A ecutive Council C103 9 10 11 2 Q. . .11 1, I 1- f Pres . C103 Yqiley,ba1lC9. 10, 11. 123 C123 s , Mlfilxlpha Theta C113' 123 Wlfo's Who - Girls Ath. C123 N. H. S. Nominee HUFFMASTER , 103 H HERO4FHA C11, ,123 PELE-HECE C11Q 123 10 11 German Club C103 ARTHUR KLASSEN Mu Alpha Theta Number C11. 123 Homecoming Queen C123 Beauty C113 ROTC Sweetheart C123 MissN.H.S. C123 , 10, 11, Tennis Mgr. MARK KNITTLE DON LIGHTFOOT Football C93 Traclt C123 C103 RON onor Socrety C11 heta C11 123 DAVID KEATTS National ' ' '11, 123 Basketball FCA C11, 123 2 Sec. ANDY BRENDA KEMP Choir C93 DEBRA Frenc News Football C93 CINDY KING Varangians C9. 11. 123 Choir C93 FBLA C113 LYNNE KING French Club C9, 103 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 123 RANDY KIZZIA CHORALE C10. 11, 123 Physics C123 NFL LYNN Who Among American School Students C113 DARRELL LAMBERT Football C9, 103 Club C9, 10, 11323 C11, 123 .. LAMBERT aclubqs. 10, 11, 123 Basketball 49, 103 W VICA Club C11. 1234 A , Treasurer C123 in A LANDRUM 10, 11. 123 Manager C11. 123 - Wgastics C103 panish Club C103 FTA Key Link C123 Student Council C123 Nimitz Business Club LUCIA LLERAS DE C123 Class Reporter C123 RANDY LOCKE A-Band C11, 123 Stage Band C123 PAULINE LOPEZ FHA C113 Key Link C123 FTA C123 ERNIE LOVE Football C93 VIVIAN SI-IERI Student TERI FTA C9, 10, 11, 123 Sec. C103 V-Pres. C113 Treasurer C123 Foreign Language Club 103 Sec. C9, 103 I C9, l Student Council C10 , 123 Class Treasurer C93 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 123 National Honor Society 123 Cheerleader C11, 123 C10! Miss N.H.S. Nominee C123 1 MARLA MCGLONE FHA C93 B-Band C93 A-Band C103 TT MCLAUGHLIN Who's Who - Art C123 MCLEMORE S MADISON C9, 10, 11, 123 Club C103 Club C123 Alpha Theta C11, 123 4 C9, 10. 11, 123 ' ARSENIC AND OLD LACE A C123 OKLAHOMA C93 E MANSON A-Band C9, 10, 11, 123 Asst. Major C123 C10. 123 C11. 123 C11. 123 Who - Band C123 10, 113, C9 . 110 , 113 Council C103 nk C11 V JACKIE MCCOY C Team C123 QEN .McGILL 2 3 . ' K 9 V . , L -iE9YL:.f' Reporter C123 AND SHIELD C1 C9,1O, 11,123 C123 , Nimitz Business Club C1 Choir C113 ' Spanish Club C93 11, 123 23 23 RICKI MEEKS Football C9, 10, 11, 121 Baseball C9, 10, 11, 121 GEROME MERRIMAN Tennis Team C9, 10, 11, 121 Who's Who - Drafting C121 MIKE METZ JOE METZGER RCTC C101 Shop Club C121 JANET MIKUSEK B-Band C101 .IANICE MILLER C Drill Team C9, 10, 11. 121 Lieutenant C10, 111 I Captain C121 C lxib L Executive CounciLIC1CQ1iA?'121 Mu Alpha A N 21101131 1411. ,FTA C129 , v SBFWYY 410735-i "le f 'T l-,1 C -,,, fi ff! Q iHomecomiriEflfiincess' C10 ijplf. I 12, ,.,, , -I ,,., A CLAY MONEY l A Eombazt C9, 10,1 Captain C9, Tp , Track C9, 10. 11. Mu Alpha Theta C1291 whos Who - Boys Adi, C121 ANNA MOON Executive Council C91 Spanish Club C9, 101 Drill Team C9. 10, 111 Vir' Lieutenant C10, 111 Number Sense C9, 101 FBLA C101 FTA C11, 121 Historian C111 V-Pres. C121 National Honor Society C10, 11. 121 Beauty C111 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 121 Homecoming Princess C91 BILL MOON - Spanish Club C91 A I IV-Pres. C91 A Foreign Language Club C104 , A 1-1. 121 Pres. C111 f Number Sense C9,,g101 Student Council C91 Sec. C121 ' Class V-Pres. C91 Go1fC9, 101 C FTA C11, 121 Treasurer C111 Parliamentarian C121 Science Club C91 Who's Who - Spanish C121 Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 121 National Honor Society C10, 11. 121 HAROLD MOORE Basketball C9. 10. 11. 121 LINDA MORGAN BRENDA MORRIS Band C9, 101 Varangians C10, 11, 121 FBLA C111 DIANE MORRIS DECA C11, 121 ERIC MORRIS Student Council C9, 101 Football C91 Basketball C9, 10, 111 Baseball C9, 10. 11, 121 Track C9 , 10 , 111 FRANS MOSTARD Tennis Team C121 Soccer Team C121 Exchange Student From the Netherlands SHAUNMULLIN i Creative WritingiCl1ib,C9E, i'f, 10. 11. 121 2 Art Club,:C9,, 105i7igfg1l WEA- sw: 1, - , ,. .im ..., ,.,,, .K SUSAN ' 1 . ,f st,-1 ss. ,,,, :.,.t,,,,i,,k ,- s - 111 -,-' 1-Izw-rw-sez:-.Q 1 ,..-:1,.C-J.. Cl-IERYL PATRICK FBLA C10, 111 Ecology Club C101 Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 121 National Honor Society C10, 11, 121 Class Treasurer C111 Class Sec. C121 Student Council Historian C121 1 I Who's Who - Business C121 Optimist Youth Award C121 Miss N.1H.S. Nominee ION! PEDIGO Gymnastics C10 111 A Cprspttp yswono AND srltrtn C121 I I MARY MUNSQNQ ,ss iw ,CHERI PETERS I I A MICKY A iiiii I f -f., Q- - fse.ee1.s11-A1,gg,igiggm-1115, I. ,kwailg-e1'.:-. :. A 1 A'fiffa'Ffwli:ilibtsiiii'SI'II222i'Yf!5?2ii3EKIi65'5 ',:1.f.':si7W'i':fzf5?"f"' 7 ' ' ' . DORISPQXIJJTTE IAWC111-1 ,rysyy I ppps , Cipl MB I iii JERRY i'iii' VICA C121 tsss :gg FCA C121 I CLYDE NOAH 1 Rorc C121 Key Club C121 MADELYNINORMAN Band C9, 10, 111 Rodeo Club C9, 10, 11, 121 JERI NORTHCUTT Drill Team C101 Student Council C91 STEVE NORWOOD Football C9, 101 J Wrestling Team C9, 10, 111 RICKY NULL ICT C121 Football C9, 10, 111 Woods and Waters Club C121 I Sisiiienzsgiivvhcll C91 Eeisiogyictub C101 I Drill Team C9,- 101 VALI-IALLAQI11, 121 I ActivitieSfCo-Editor C121 Spanish ClubfC111 I Miss Flame Finalists C121 CHERYL OLIVER' Q y I Who's Who - Giljls,'F,.1EgQ-C121 LYDIA OVERLANDf'fiT'Iiii- Band C91 ,C Spanish Club C91 Foreign Language C1ub.CA111 FBLA C111 VarangiansC10. 111 I I, Kip RIE GARY OZYMY Football C9, 10, 111 1 Rodeo Club C9, 10, 111 A MELANIE PARKER Gymnastics Team C10, 111 Science Club C121 HOPE C11, 121 DAVID PARTAIN VICA C11, 121 , Treasurer C111 Parliamentarian C121 A 5 NFL C121 . 1. ' ,,,.g.,2. 1, , '111-f5C pUCKE'pfps,Q f 11 11- - . It E .,... .,tt.,.t,,,. V, I K K C I .- '10, A yrlt ,C Footballi C9 , 101 V Basketball C101 i'i' p ,.- National Honor'Society ., I ,Mui Alpha Theta C11,121 ODEBEII-fREon1NC ' I Mu Alpha'Theta C11. ,121 g CAI, TEV:-Pres, C121 C Speech C10. 111 V C111 'A BFATA-QQ: 125 KEVIN REDDING swoan AND SHIELDCC11. 121 Liters Editor C121 - isii Latin Cl1ibj,C111, V ' 1 ,s-' Drama Gltibi C12111- C C1.C , ARSENIC AND I . We C121 I 1 'iiiii I RANDY RENO FTA C111 FCA C11, 121 Captain C121 Baseball C9, 10. 111 1' Student Council C9, 10, 11, 121 ' I - Parliamentarian C111, I Pres. C121 1 Executive Council C9, 10, 11, 121 Class Pres. C10, 111 Class Favorite C10, 111 National Honor Society C11, gk- KACV Q 121 f'-su Theta C11, 121 - English C121 psAr3ipRA1ag113nEHoovER A 1011111 '41 RILEY C111 121 tuolos C IROBERSOR Afafzsnglrtapnosnro FHA? CTO: E - Pres . C129 ttl I FHA 195, Bntnger RoUsE PHEAECS1 ERVIN RUSNAK VICA C11. 121 TONY SANCHEZ Football C9, 101 Baseball C9, 101 ,Student Council C121 DEBORAH SANDERS FHA C91 Varnagians C111 OEA C111 DIANE SANDERS , DECA C11, 121 5. Reporter C111 'Choir C91 pf?Cymnastics C9 . 101 C NDERS ' Language Club C111 I I,II Issyy I Manager C91 111 11' 129 I A 111 LEIGHEKNNLSQ1-UER Choirstirlb CHORALE C121' I FHA C91 ,101 3 ParIiartierItarianC101 EQINDASICHAEDEINCAI I A 'I'CQNDITSGFSFNKLBESfiiff, I A C'1lf?3'b411'f9s 55595933 A A-" A ltst A I l I 'C A llst A lggpdeglslcgyps 101 A 111 llsf I ' BILL st-IIPP , 7- Baseball Mgf. C91 --'Ip" ' Football C9, 10, 111 Basketball Mgr. C9, 10, 111 Industrial Arts Club C121 Pres. C121 Student Council C121 ' FCA C111 ' MICHELE Sl-IORB Drill Team C10, 111 FTA C11, '121 FHA C121 CECIL SHOEMAKER MIKE SI-IRUM Key Club -CQ91 Basketball C101 VICA C121 Pres. C121 KIM SKEENE FTA C10, 121 FBLAC10,,11, 121 .. 339 E FHA C11, 125 Pres. C125 Foreign Language Club C105 Science Club C105 Key Link C125 Executive National Honor Society C11 125 Mu Alpha Council C115 Theta C11, 125 CYNDI SMITH Volleyball C9. 10, 11, 125 SWORD AND SHIELD C11, 125 , Business Mgr. C125 TERRY STROHL Basketball C9, 10 , ALBERT TAMAYO VICA C125 SHERRY TAYLOR Choir C11, 125 BIN KY THOMAS Art Club C125 V-Pres. C125 Key Link C12V5Vpf.p,p 11. ,CCC 125 VP- ,, ,l I' wfgrt - Project Child C95 FHA C105 PELE C115 HERO-FHA C11, 125 FBLA C115 HECE C125 Rodeo Club C125 BILLY WALLS Football C9, 115 SWORD AND SHIELD C BECKY WALPOLE 125 4129 - ft 'UIQ C. A MARGARET WILLIAMS Health Club C95 FHA C95 HERO-FHA C11. 125 SUE WILLIS Drill Team C9 , 105 FHA C95 BOBBY WILSON ROGER WISE Football C9, 10, 11, 125 Captain C125 Woods and Waters C125 1 I MARGIE 4 t'G57X'5 YYLL 71' ":' 0 :f5??'I'ffi --'- I ..'. 1 ln. ,, ,. . . ' ' V Tw , GARY WITT Drlll Team C10. 11, 125 Cyd A Q .:,, .C 1 Student Council C11 125 1' IBRKQBBHTLQSY ,105 . , . QM, ' PHA C95 v-Pres. C115 MIKE SPEAKER Chaplain C125 F00tb211411- 121 Strain: fXeCuf1veC0uHC11411J ,V ,..l, C t.,, ytttd ,C vtto ..t , . .... ,. ,. ,ttt . tt., 1 I .. .1,. ,:t. , I A ROTC C105 - . 51254 Q .attt ARSENICFAND OLD LACE I , Atai F 12 L A Rodeo Club C9,.t105 lt' - t 'I in -4 ,,,2t?15? ess-I 7- -- - - , . N., 1.3!-0' -wg-mf,f.'s's"' -N 1, . , - I German Cluhrflll at ' M a3SI2f!fQ98!!d?15GA54?1Ub 49- 7 -SKCY t-,' f DAVID A r 1 A A . I ., " li" illt 1 I I B-Bandfwh fc J etaino '11 125 - - C115 I ' I I 4105 I 5 1 ha .-32,-wl5w+':v-:'z ' ' f, P Illl' f giWARREN QSOKHCIY 610, Gerrnant, - A ,I I : -.,, Ck '- Q, ' -1 f ',-- P -N fi -I 4413 1' --" w f 'y i ' if - - -we , - A'wgu:vw ' .C . :ng ' qw N wa? i "WATSON I . 3 IH let'- C125 1 A cw. 11- 125 wm I Home 5: "4 i a n I Q in Rod -P 050 512 L. 1 mm LVIN E eo? C Scif I WHS w I A DE cn, 125 rem 1 A ' V-P105 4127 SOCCSI A ll't ' , Wood W0'1fmS.411' 129 RUSTY student BaSkell?41l?i "', 'T-'A Jafzifal f Z! , ' If?" Ak.A NJN' ,f" 'f , . ' A L25 i o.:,gg,tLff5f wslss taa, A be ' ,. fifri f412Ieca.:C ?3251,:.sfw 49- 107 +m'0n0h C1050 . 3 .Choir C9 ' ' 'A -4i' wus- . - - - 4.. 'fu 4- 1'-3' .. . Ile 422301. ' me 'J3'c4'1!q, -I-W 01 ' 'fr - , ' I. 6203121 9 , 001 04 2 lp?-F125 - -3552:-f?lQ3q,ff1f.!Z.iv'. ' ,F S119 Q . . ttf- ,. . 32' :RIQIIJ 'glint Clubfllj- I f 1xi"Zwf 'f:i.t R. - U 1 K - ' -ww' 5, 34214551 'H 3? -uipll t 'Q'vg5" f,f?-55 a5qIp':f:'4g 'ffl ww.. I f7 3f'iW"ifit " 3 21. Ti C11 Em i 0. , w t - f 1111, Y 1 - 1, s g? . 12 -t-- 1 125 f CYADS 41274 vljlleyyyi liigiff 11, i ' "" if 0? .1aQ2,ff1R.,:.w Y' - " 1 ' ff buts 111' In ' 1255 ?-l?-l'2w 2 N1 5 Lfgvii' I ' q i A 5 ,3 1 53 I Volleyball MSI- 4125 P5145 . 5 ggi. if '-AtI BRENDA WETSEL DI3ma 127 I SLNATISQ , ,M fg AC 5V011evba11f9- 10' 11- 123 PICS- S I lii'44 NDY WHITE ARSENIC OLD LACE Ban g, I '-544 1 I 4. ' A A 4123 il-' 0' 'AASY FIDONA WHITE. A I NBVERSSAW ANOTHER ' 1 A4, .S - 'I4-" ' ""' I 4131'BUTTERFLY C125 g t . gy, :., ,. I . V MIKE WHITE sm ,t,, 5:2 5, fn ff-it 1 K C' Football C95 1 Nimitz Business Club C125 if fi -f ,C fi-fjgfigg -VCAV Basketball C105 Class Favorite C125 I! MWADSWORTHKAifazr1,, I - 58525211 49' 10- 11- 125 Reporter Choir 4125 A 17 al1fC9Q d1oLl51144121x V I 3000013 C0HnCi1491 Wh0'S Who ' Drama 4127 -00. 530-5593 f"', T: '- ,iz ,,-' g if 'Jl-,.f gzip I Q I ,, V. ' V. 4 I 1593 It I - A I -RHQNPAWHITE I t ffff4:dHfQ11113o40f 10' 115 ,a I 1 A 1' L ,ygRodeoiQueen Runner-up C105 f da: +z , P'g,y 4 -I ' tfk' r mtixff-sa' --45ff'.s'5:41H53t5??3gmKw'fsi"2f35I 11, , K -, gg? et-4 A I I " F ldet 'tve A Y' ,... 0 . rliiy CHELENLVWILCOXV , CVAC .-15, gpg A 1125, to-4,..,. ..,., ,tft.',mg5g5,L2Fai.s, C, L,C.4, C teer . 4,,, f F. - F Q " 1 an 1051 "'ff"' f V f A - A ,L A vf'gg,:wi:1QgpMig-'ffi-Q.s,f1d'. " bfi ! . g 222. 'V ,z'QQii1Et:'ff' I 01' 'ILL AND-SHIELD C10. x I L A C C 3, gtg 4 - . 'wg' .3'3g5le.t".:.,,-Li'-'ff,,y,.:.5:bg B I 1 ,1125 L A aa L f- -M ,, A . ,, ..,,.... .AAII 4 'd , FC115. 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Joey - Barnes, Linda - 188 Bamhart, Donna - 215 7 7 AUUSU0118- at 4 - 1 4, ',', A .1 f 1 ' S' 7' 72r 7 Shelia -'25 16,268 4 ,tmstron ,,,4 8.2 ryeeye 8180. ,e,. 1 3 4 5 1 , ' In II. il' 'll ff a mil A1c0m'WendY ' 261 AAAJA eeeeeee is Alexandgr, Alan - 'VLV 1'1' AZLVA '1L"' 3 A ' S' Alexander' Ioan - 22- 239 eree .4,,1 268 Beasley, Denise - 16, 17, 22, Allen, Bobby - 187 V Allen, Carl - 187 Allen, Carla - 267 Allen, Colleen - 215 Allen, Micheal - 267 Allen, Pam - 25, 239 Allen, Rhonda - 267 Allen, Ronald - 267 , Askelii 239 215 Atteberry. e188 Atteberry, Stanley - 267, 281 Aviles. Joe'4.239' Allen, Teresa - 239 V Azcgnai 339, Allen, Valerie - 34, 35, 187 , A, -'A-.l QB A -'l.- - 'wiwickie ' 267 ' A A be-nz. Some ' 17' 2391, riir, is p - 215 Richard - 29, as, 45, 4 yes PM - 239 Frank - 215 A - ,,,,,Ae - 25, 267 Ernest - 243 1 lal, ,ryb of inti 4 ,le, 1ry , - 22-, 215, 216 Heronirna "'L - 13, 215 Sandy - 45. 187! 114 iilfbf - 31- 215 Brenda - 27, 267 i - 15, 34, as, 43, Cecil - iiii 5 Gitte - 187 Danny ' 82' 215 Anderson "Anderson Anderson Anderson . Randy - 267 , Rhonda - 239 , Perry - 39, 32, 215 Shelia - 25, 89, 239 Andree, James - 59 Andree, Lola - 33, 34, 35. 42, 215 Andrews , Andrews , Andrews . Andrews . Andrews . Andrews , Brandi - 187, 33 Danny - 37. 187 David - 267, 268 Pam - Richard - 267 Sheryl - 25, 267 ggjgker, 'Johnny - 188. 54 gaalqer, Rob - 39, 215 Baker, -Jana - 267 Baker, Ronnie - 267 Baker, Tim - 33, 215 Baker, Timmy - 267 Bales, Amy - 24, 188 Ball, Kim - 151, 268 Banda, Dalia - 28, 268 Banda, Hector - 239 Banda, Joe - W Bankston, Mary - 215 Bankston, Robert - 188 22' 240 ' mfg, .szgsfef Ia' '- Bngeeegfggem -gas, 216 Batesllffshelieiy - 26, 266 Baufield, Melanie - 33, 216 Baxley, Angelia - Baxter, Mike - 251 Bear, Abraham - 82, 240 Bearden, Becky - 240 31 , 188 Beasley. Rose - Beeerre, Mary - 240 Bell, 268 Bell, Deninis'Q 268 A Bell, Greg - 188 Bell, Laura - 29, 240 Bell, Dennis - 28 Bell. Robert - A Bembenek, Cynthia - 238. 240, Benabibez. Gary - 268 Bench, Kathy - 268 Bennett. Carol - 188, 240 Bennett, Donna - Bennett, Harold - 268 Bennett, Lori - 268 Bennett, Mark - 268 Bennett, Pam - 240 Bentley. Jim - 147, 216, 227 Bentley, Ronnie - 151, 268 Benton, Bruce - 188 Bereman, Shelia - 240 Berrier, Lorie - 268 Berry, Vickie - 240 Best. Danny - Best. Janice - 240 Best, Robert - 24, 216 Bevel, Ken - 188 Beveres, Nanette - 17 Bickers, Sharon - 240, 249 Biggers, Cindy - A Bilbrey, Terry - 78, 151, 268 Billey. Rgseyy 240 f 7 88 . . . i Sir, - - .I 5:21:24-ssvsszfwa,4121226214:,,1f,::fff...: 268 ' f -6 - 'rsisr' 18. 4 - 216 2' J,Blackwellgfgggl5ggff.24O,V Blanthett f- 240 - Blough. Jairriesi- 39, 240 Blount, Lanier 5 268, 271 Board, Charles - 240 Boase, Terri - 216 Boatwright ,- Karen - Boatwr1gl1r,yTom'my - 240, 268 Beni11a',2,.Ni16inf74 26, 27, 33. 132, l,f ,,':" ff ,'-i7' S, L' 42 - 268 - 28, 42, 240. 4 1156116 - 189, 202 Boone, Clarence - 268 Boone, Debora - 19, 25, 44, '268 Boone, Kim - 25, 216 Boone, Lisa - 240 Booth, Diane - 269 Booth, Jeanette - 218 Borden, Shelly - 189 Boren, Claudia - Boren. Linda - 240 Bower, Steve - 269 Bowers, Matt - 240 Bowie, Billy - 269 Bowie, Eddie - 216 Box, Lloyd - Box, Valerie - 269 Boyd, Jill - 189 Boyd, Sheryl - 240 341 35. N rx- v'f:zs,s.':, fifgfw :A 1' ,gwsfgsfr . -2-1 s "Bozn1anQ Roben' - 216 . . aBra6keen. Vickie - Aliradiordr James - 240 1 L,,f 1. Bradshaw, 'Katherine - 240' L Bradshaw, Kenneth - 269 g yankee. Vickie - 216 Brandenburg, Charlotr - 22, 1. ,25.:33,189 2 7 rrraxiihl. Kenneth - 39, 241 ix. 216 ' . hL J L'lL' m". f 0, . 'Q 20 J. .f,..33'3f??1.'5Y.1Ga?Y 45 189 1 2..2.2. 2246 2 4 2 q .ryrr 7 7 1 241 2 f ,-., 1 7 216 269 +5269 1 262 7 5469 222 r ,1 222 2 7 : 269 2 fff:-'if Aff." 2-1,-H25 ',K'L,1 ,iS'5.fifQ,'f?'1 .- aw.. wr -ff .,,. . .. ,. . .ff--. b,,. ff.f, ..,..,..2f- ...... .1,,.mp1-.. .,..W GI..-1.-f,.....,1.4. W,W::I 1:1,,, Ii. i'.L ,,1. 69 1 .,,.,. ' - -- A - 91: :ws 2.3 :?vfs'YV-'39 5125-:EE-12" 235.23 E 5-5 y::f'1ESE 1.1 is: 2 ' 2 3 R1 Q 35521 5 21,15 2 1 E f 1:5 ... R wp.-fr ww ' . 2 1 4l 1 l fjiffg . 2 f 5 Bunn' WHY Wiffl mr. 0 1212 umm mpemef' Wmiam ' 16' 18' 'A'1'K ' Al - 216 2 ll Burns. Jack.. Carter' Bobby , 270 fx ? i 4 2 Carry. Don - 212 6032 22252 05153 3. Caffv- - 242 . 2 Carver. Debbie - 217 Cochfali lfg 2 kl Garner. Kim - 16. 26. 242. Coffey suiify22j?ijkgfh1een f 241 Case.N1cho1as - 29. 242 - ' 5 2 Byers, sherry - is, 18. 22, 26, CSSOH- DOIPHHS - cane, g E 31' 190 Cassell, Joan - 190 2 Collard, C l We V. . A Castel. Mark-270 Collins' Lavcf Cates, Gary - 242 V 241 5 L35 5 Cain, Donna - 270 'AA',AAiii Cates, Troy - 190 , Sam -2 as 1 2 , - Xl.11I i l . Cazzawl Danny - 270 Collvins. Terri 'E 1 1 190 cerami, Lucy Combs' Ffeida ' 1 Caldwell, Cathy-4525. 216 Cermak, George - 39. 242 Combs' Cliff ' Caldwell, smena - 270 cewames. Rosie - 270 Conway' Teyina 'S C21h0l11'l, Ray - Chalfant. Julie - 270 Conner' Karen ' Calhoon. Judieth - 44, 270 Chalfant, Rachel - 217 COHHCI- Tina ' L Calhoun. Auen - Chandler, Norman - 190 Cook- Clifford - Calvert. Kathy - 45' 216 Chandler, Charollen - 270 Cook' Ronald ' Sk ,I Camp, Randy - 241 Chapman. Mary - 217, 242 Cook' Rose ' 'E 1 W 3 CamP' Sandra '4279-fir 77f :f Charles- Steve ' 80' 21" 4 1.C"9k' Q' S f . 4r27 - 22, 23, 120. 1i Canadyf- 4 2220 2 190 191 2 .4.2 ' Gayot' Julie V.,L , Chase, Kurt - 39, 270 , COOP Cammy- '2 any ' 31' 147' 0 Cantwell, Sum ' 271 1 Capps. Tammyf-'270 Caraway. Donna- 270 Cherry, Janet - 25. 217 Chick, Cluisry - 33. 215, 217 Childress, Dennis - C02 2 2 Ii' xi 4 - C0?44'f?fai'5 -21 32? 'S E rw 1qy:f,.2g.:,- 1 ,,, Z? '2 2 242 7 7i.w:s1'- ir P , - Q12 J ., S . if 1 1. .-352 . .,.. me gm? . r.-- .11 . Caraway David - ,i : ..fs..xsq . .,.r., A ..., . 4 . 115-2189 A ' 2 ' . . . 2 4 42 2- A 1 i Caraway Dawn V 2 ChI1SI13.1'l,I1lTl - 271 2 2 n 022121. Carol - 221 , Cafdms- 'fh0m2Sfs+ 16-18' . . 12 1 . 254 an 2 2 Chf1SI12H-D2b0Iah- 271 . Citzler. Mark - 34. as, 217 2. 2! 2 ' 3 . -. A Clark' B0bbY ' 271 3. 2 - . Clark' Karen ' 30' 21" 22 1 1 , 3 7 7 K I S. " M Rohm- 271 f Q Fi, 1 2 f . X L E . .222 S 3 - - ,...a 2 5522 51? 5 , 2 ' 1, F2 1 2 f ' 123 2 1 ' . .2 ,. 2.1 1. 1, ... Eg 1 ,, E 1 E . M., AE 22" 5 if ' 23 4 3 . S . 5 . 7 ,ni .1 Q Cotton, Patricia - 242 Cotton, Sam - 191, 200 Couch, Vickie - 191 Council, Denise - 217 Counts, Elmer - Courtright, Mike - Cousins, Donna - 34, 217 Covington, James - 243 Daven, Dan - 191 Davila, Tony - Davidson, Pam - 272 Davis, Barbara - 243 Charles 151 272 David 243 Diane 272 Donnie Diaz Duvall, Brenda - 25, 33. 193, 205 Duvall, Kirk 273 Y Lesa 25, 273 Covington, Thomas - 217 Cowan, Terri - 271 Cox, Glenn - Cox, Iim - Cox. Mark - 151, 270, 271 Crabtree, Johnny - 39, 271 Craft, Sandra - 26, 29, 243 Crawley, Douglas - 271 Crenshaw, Tanya - Crew, Cindi - Critz, Patti - 272 Critz, Jerry - 45, 191 Critz, Robert - 191 Crockett, Brant - 191 Cross, Billy - 81 Crossland Crouch. Crouch Lee 38. 39, 273 - 273 Devasher, Johnnie- 33 Dxasher, Suzanne - 43 Devers, Chris - 1 ater, Roger - 39 Diamond, Mark 'llowty , John 193 Dixon Dixon, Sharen - 34 219 , 225 Dobbs, Cindy - 17, 244 Dobbs, Wayne - 17, 18, 192 Dolison, Jeanette - 219 Donald, Robin - 219 Dorough, Cathy - 219 Dorris, Robert - 39, 273 Dossett 192 U Dotson, Pam - Douglass. Katherine Douglas, William Doyle . D ,Doxsee , rab 44, 245 F Estes, Debra - 273 Estes, Dale - 245 Estrada, Josephine - 220 Estrada .' Sara - 273 Evans, Carl - 220 Evans. Bobby - 274 H 3, Evans, Laura - 24, Evans, Raymond - Evans. Becky - 294 A Evans, Cindy - 220 Evans, Renee - 194 Evans. Shellle - 25, 45, 194 Evans . Sydney Evins, Bruce - 220 Evinsi, David - 194 Evins,-'Gary - 274 Green , Fackler, Dannette - 245 Fackler, Susan - 264, 265, 274 Parish, Connie - 25, 245 Farish. Les - 16.18, 220 Farish, Tim 4 147, 220 Farmer, Sherry - 220 Feeley, Debra - 16. 26, 34. 245 Feeley, Virginia - 274 Fernandez. Sandra f 245 Ferguson. Connie - Ferguson, Alan - 220, 245 Ferrell, David - 232 Ferrell. Teresa - 274 Ferro, Stefaan - 194 Floyd, Toni - 220 Fogus, Cliff - 220 Forbus, David - 18, 246 Forbus, Debra - 34, 35. 194 Ford. Jeff- 39, 274. 282 Forney, Larry - 274 Foster, Kim - 246 Fox, James - 39, 147, 220 France, Janet - 220 Francisco. Cindy - 246 Franklin, Wayne - 274 Franks, Dora - 194 Freeman. Harliss - 31, 246 Freeman, Luanne - 246 Freeman, Richard - 274, 279 Freeman, Thomas - 39, 220 Fregia, Hank - 246 Freiman, Norma - 220 French, Rita - 195 Fritts, Darla - 274 Fritz, Joe - 26, 34, 35, 84. 185, 195 Frost, Brian - 100, 220 Frost, Vanessa - 25, 274 Frysinger, Warren - 220 Lanny - 47, 212, 213, Garcia, 220 , 221 Garcia, Richard - 195 Gardner, Linda - 191, 220 Gardner, John - 195 Gardner, Gerald -' Gardner, Susan - 68, M Garland, Greg - Garlin, Debra - 246, 274 Garms, Laura - 34, 35, 220 Garms. Leslie - 34. 35, 195, 119 Garner, Beverly - 274 Garner, Connie - 246 Garner, Susan - 68, 220 Garrett, Kenneth - Garrett, Linda - 26, 34, 35, 42, 220. 228 Garza. Maria - 28. 274 George, Douglas - 147 Geren, Van - Gibson , Paul - 274 Gibson , Rhonda - Gibson. Roland - 45, 195 Gibson, Vikey - Gilbert, Treasa - 25 Goodwyn, Alvin - 39, 246 Goolsby. James - 275 Goolsby, Annette - 221 Gordon, Berry - 221 Gordon, Mark - 39, 246 Gorrell, Alan - 151, 270, 275 Gossett, Michael - 39, 221 Green. Cindy -Q Graff, Valorie - 275 Hensley, Joyce - 221 Graham, Brenda - 26, 195 Graham, Vickie - 26. 47, 236 237, 246 Granger, Charles - 70, 196 Grant, Don - 196, Grant, Williamtff,-246 Gramiand, Kerriizrs oramland. steve Q 196 Graves, Robert - 45. 221 Gravette, David - 275 Gray, Debbie - 221 Gray, Pete - 221 Greathouse, Kathy - 275 Green, Bill - 275 Clarence - 24. 221 Fuller, Dawn - 274 Fuller, Helen - 246 Fuller, Kurt - 195, 200 Fuller, Pam - Gallaga, Rosemary - 195 Few, William - 18, 194 Fitzgerald , Charles - Fillmore. Jan - 59, 220, 228 Finch, Cheryl 15, 246 Finch, Harold 274 Finley. David 45, 189 Fisher, Dinna 246 Fisher, Dub - 245 Fisher, Frank - Flaherty. Brian - 194 Flarity, Carl - 245 Flatt, Charles - Flatt. Linda - Fletcher, Nancy - 245 - Flores, Dean - 147. 245 Flores, Martin - 220 Flores, Lena - 220 Flores, Romelia - 274 Flores, Tamara - Flourney, Doug - 194 344 Fuller, Ricky - 151, 274 Furguson, Connie - 246, 286 Fuselier, Lexie - 245 Fuson, Janis - 246 G Gadberry, Edgar - Gadberry, Jerry - 246 Gaines, Linda - 267, 274 Gaiton, Maria - 28, 195 Gaiton, Mary - 274 Gallaway, Bill - 274 Gamez, Angelita - 246, 274 Gammel, Katherine - 29, 246 Gamill, Kelli - 274 Garcia, Carolyn - 274 Garcia, Delores - 33, 195 Gilchrist, Bryon - 274 Gingrich, Robert - 246 Glascow, Maureen - 22, 42. 72, 220, 222 Gleghom, Rita - 195 Glick, Steven - Glover, Diane - 195 Green, Cindy - 19, 221, 275 Green, Doletta - 275 Green. Danny - 34, 35, 42, 108. 196 Glover, Rube - 274 Glover, Vickie - 26 . 246 Godina, Alex - 220 Godina, Henry - 39, 275 Godina, Sarah - 275 Golden. James - 39, 220 Golden, Stanley - Golden, Willie - Gomez, Donnie - 45, 221, 234 Gomez, Hermenia - 92 Gonzales, Consuela - 221 Gonzales. Esther - 195 Gonzales, Isabel - 221 Gonzales, Richard - 85, 275, 283 Gonzales, Tony - 195 Green, David - 12, 196 Green, Delores - 247 Green, Doris - 247 Green, Sharon - 14. 15, 244, 247 Greenhaw, Benny - 247 Greenshaw. Teresia - 221 Greenwood, Mark - 16, 18, 275 Greenwood, Steven - 247 Gregory, Sabrina - 25, 275 Gresham. Amanda - 275 Gresham, John - 28, 275 Gresham, Lisa - 34. 35. 221 Garcia, Gary - 274 Garcia, Jesse - 246, 261 Garcia, Jessie - 246 Garcia, John - 195 Garcia, Johnnie - 195 Good, Ricky - 275 Good, Dickey - 30, 275 Goodman, Dawn - 16, 22. 56, 246 Goodson. James - 45 Gressett, Dianne - 275 Gressett, Donna - 275 Gressett, James - 221 Mclnvale, Melba - 221 Grider. Harold - 39, 147, 221 Grider. James - 32, 39, 147, 221 Griffin, Billy - 275 Griggs, Melinda - 26, 33, 34, 118. 196 Grigsby, Mary - 13, 28, 247 Grimaldo, Ernest - 246 Grimes, Richard - 33, 39, 221 Groff, Warren - 39, 247 Grosek, Joey - 275 Gross, James - 18, 73, 247 Guenter, Antoinette - 247 Guenter, Sherril - 275 Guajardo, Manuel - 28, 275 Gum, Glen - 275 Gunter, Billy - 271 Gunter, Lynn - 25, 31 Gunter, Philip - 247 Gunter. Tony - 31 Guthrie. Kaye - 247 Guzman, Asuncion -5221 Guzman. Efrain - 247 Guzman, Javier - 196 Hackett, Jacqueline - 248 Haddock , Sheri Hagan , Robert Hailey , Hale, Joyce Haley, Cherri Haley, Dennis Haley, John - 34, 35, 38. Haley, Tom Hall, Brenda Hallmark, Mike - Hallum, Jimmy - Halsey, Martha - Hamill, Donnie - Hamilton, Betsy Hamilton , A Hammer , Hammonds . Hampton . Hampton , Lewis , Tanya Hansen , Vicky Hardee , Stephen - 234 Hardin , Loucille - Hargis, Diana - 196 Hargis. Mark - 276 Hargrove, Craig - 151, 276 Hargrove, Dena - 25, 276 Hargrove, Dubbi - 25, 27, 221 Harjo, Rosalyn - 25, 276 Harmon, Toby - 221 Harris . Harris , Harris Hendrix. Paula - 276 Hicks, Randy - 59 Hicks, Valerie Higgins, Sherry Hilderbrand Hill. Jerry - 197 Tony Hayden 35, 44, Hebert, Rickie - 276 Hemman, Vincent - 197 Heimey, Linda - 248 Helton, Cathy - 276 Helton, Kennthfe ,39, 276 Helton, Larry - 276 Henderson, Kenneth - 80, 248 Mike Martha - 277 Hinojasa, Roxena - 30. 31, 222 Hoedebeck, William - 222 Holbroolig5kHal - Holdermaniif' Clay 1 --" J' I Holderman, James - 28. 231, 39. 42. 248 ' Holderman, Kerri - 29, 33, 34. 222 1-xoinaay, Amy - 71. 277 , Houiaay, Richard - 141, 243 Holliday. Dick - 241 Hollingsworth, Terri - 248 Holloway, Lillan - 248, 277 Hook, Susan - 31, 248 Hoover, Andy - 197 Hoover. Judy - 277 Hoover, Julie - 248 Hopkins. Ricky - 39, 248 ooper, Elana - 277 I1 oning. Valerie - 277 Cheryl - 277 Marcus - 147, 248 Rita - 24, 222 Ann - 15 221 Howie, David - 14, 15 Howie, James - 34, 42, 44, 69. 197 Steven - 34, 228, 226 Hudson, Cheryl - 22, 223 Hudson , Don - 24, 197 Hudson, Linda - 249 Hudson Hudson , Michael - 249 , Terri - 277 Huerta, Loretta - 17, 25, 249 Huerta 198 , Rita - 25, 34, 115. Huerra, Ysidrog-.,2,4,9..gg , Huffman , J3IlICE'g' ,j2-ff-8 f'5 ,V .J ,m y,,- Huffman- Huffman- 4966? Huffman' Huffmawa ,s,, Huffmwefif Huffmaster, 2'2- f Huffmaster, - Terry Q I 35 ,145,J . 198 Bobby - 223 J Hull, Lourie - 25. 44, 278 Hunt. Kerry - 278 Hunter, Janice - 19, 278 Hunter, John - 14. 278 Hurley, Michael - 180, 249 t Hurtado, Jeff - 78, 151, 278 Huston, Gary - 249 Hutchison, Debra - 17, 26, 34 223 Hutcheson, Diane - 34, 26,5 m 29 t 223 . 228 Johnson , Marilyn - 199 , ,Killman -Briant,-f280 t Qsborah - 19 . . . Hutcheson' Mike ' 34' 198 Iohoooof Mlke ' 7 . t ' Hue- loo - 290 'odoeeof-Wee 4 o'Je one Hon' Tim - 223 2002 oted e . 4 4 J .' v . HQ? CNY ' 15' 26' 34' ' e ReooY1+,!99 Bien' -saddened, J , 'S' 5 4 2 -4 ' 'L'4f Q" H d K th 2,8 . g - 39.219 V en' a Y ' 4 4 ,,,,e,, te, - 70, 197, ana' eo H D 278 2234 at 1 -, HHH one e ' 'f' 1 Y ' l"' on ,e,4 4 ,' , I 'LLL" ' M ,VZL 1 .": - 5 5 - ff d '-'f-'. 'f "..'f- ff' f-.- ' - ft .--- e. -' - :-f. vfgtze, f,q.1'n.f5f5:fe:- :sis -.f,- .-'-' I drnfnfrp- ,,,A --'f ee- new if-. Isaaet Robert - 39- 278 '2491f2is , 7 :1 ' , ' , 5 ", ' ni I- xm" t. 4 "fffK1I!5iZ',Qfi?YJl115TH42024 -n!, Y,, I , T ' - 198 2 e Ones, ,,.: ,,1 ee ' 1 5 o ' -2 E nmon em 'K reIfKi98le T0b1C5"o44e 230' Isbell' Sherry - 249 'fi J ' 52 tif , at """ Wefooo - 223- 5232 4 4 4 J ' Ivddet oddde - ooo Q - ,141 iid E in ie 4 4 2 Til stan J J ' Jackson' Danny Jones. - 249 ,I gg e , 5 te, Jackson. Janis - 278 Jones' Tom ' 279 in 3 " . "f A Jackson, James - 198 Jordan, Debbie - 30, 31, 223 Too 4, 3 280 K .,L,L Moreland Ma - Jordon, Keith- 39. 279 A i ' ry oooo' if "' o- 'o i ',' ' 1 . Jackson. Jeff - 278 K 'ooo ' h "" . t J -4 ooo' T Sims 'oo 1oo1ooH'Kd'oY - 278 , rxtatsef. tam - 39. me my' Jackson' KCUY 278 is wslsarmes, Belinda - 249 Irby' "' , - iff-o k"': ,.., 1 Jackson Leo - 103 . ". 1 ,, H kkk,k.... 4...,......ere.. .,.. ,,-.,.,,,ts,..Q ,,.X 4 .:,.f 9,4 - , we- r, 4,44 , 44.4 .en Q e. - te , -L,- KQBBIIS, Davld - 34, 35. 199, 4 ,,,' "'- "fn--'. 4 QB - 7 ' 1.. ' - - "" Idokooo- Rooolo - 223 J 201 Knknnd' 1 'sf o,oooo i "' Jacobs. Doug ' 39, 243. 249 Ke-me, John - 250' 279 Kizzidt lo' J Son' J J , ragga. Doug - 43. 198 Keating. Ricky - 223 Kdeeddt - "-1 "2 '2'f X J5f Jahn, Keith - 147, 249 Keeling, Teresa - 279 Kizziar, James ,VVVV '-' ffegredlf -'o- Jarrett, Charlie - 13, 198 Kelley Janes, Randy - 278 Jarnagin. Michael - 16, 18. 278. Jarrorgl, Virgil - 229 Jarrett . Jaynes, Sandra - 25, 278 Greg - 199 Jenkins, Darell - 223 Jenkins, Diana - 25, 278 Jenkins, John - 248 Jenkins Jenkins , Lonnie - 278 , Steve - 249 Jennings, Tex - 24, 68, 199 Keeling, Toni - 279 Keeling , Toni - 279 Keller, David - 279 Kelley, Kelly , Kelly , Alice - Katherine - 250 Andy - 199 Dominic - 279 Kelly, Johnnie - 224 Kelly, Mike - 224 Kelly, Robert - 39, 279 Kelly. Tim - 250, 259 Kemp, Kemp. Brenda - 199 Sharon - 250 Jessupp. David - 223 Jessie, James - 39. 278 Jessie, Ricky - 223 Jessie, Sandra - 223 Jessup . Jessup , Jetton Mike - 31, 278 Tommy - 39. 244 ' gD?nl59ff3fo?199 Johns',JIDavid 4249 Johns, Robert - 223 Johnson. Jeanne - 278 Johnson. Delana -'27, 278 346 Kemper, Debra - 33, 36, 37 199 Kemper, Donna - 250 Kendall, Carl - 250 Kennedy, Larry - 250, 263 Kennedy, Laurie - 279 Kennedy, Russell - 45, 199 Sherrie' 4 224 J riginal. 7 Kev- Jfni 15 Klassen, Arthur - 34,-2200 Klassen, John - 45 ' 1 ez , .s--t- 1 ew,n.s,st::44:s, 'f-,efre 4: tw. . . F fd te sa, X is 4545 'ixgx X 4 - ee jfs' lk ' E 4 M t e - ee elei ' D 'e 2 Knapp. Charles - 34' 89- 223 Knight, Brenda - 22' 86' 222 4 . , . Knight, Philip - 29. 249 -y .,. ,, Kndole- Meek - 200 Koen, Gwendolyn - 27, 280 Kosko. Camille - 42, 224 Lee' Krape, Josette - 200 tiff' Knetzmeier. Paula - 27, 35 6 ' Kretzmeier, Paula - 27, 35 Leffel, , ..1Q'T'5f K fe f xii: . Kretzmerer, Wayne - 27, 280, 35' 50 Kruckner. Raymond- 34. 200 2 210 ' ct,tt . 2 - 1 'fa' ' ' Krueger. Jill - 249, 251 V Leibgnsbergerei Egan Krueger, Mark - 280 2 Lenart, Barbara,4f,251 i i ,rffffgflyl 141161323 ,zzrzebbie - 26, 34, as, Lama, Roy- 23015 ,,,2 f J ' Leroy. Don11r:?20i2fa,geS2214e4 , 'E Kuhn, Dorothy - 34, 35, 112, S.ifQffgg2,f,1 ,Iggy W, 200 Leann' Chnnlegi Kuhn, Steve - 45 Kutch, Rita - 43, 224 L 280 Lewis , Lewis Lewis , 4 - re !f5f',s'-415-+159 5-E:f95.2-ri-insert' fi si? gr: is f 4 - 4 4, -:fax "-91:31, string' ' t , .... ..,, 9 .. .,.t 4. ,. 4. . 1, -5 ,,... ., -- . - 4 44-rw,--etsxfeww-ef-4'newness' ee , , .,,,,M 4,,,... me-4 -, -,,....,,E . rss. '--- me-e'1r-11" ---- Md ., ,,,. , A , 2 . 1 Eh - ' '? '1 Lewis, Kent - 280 Lewis, Tanya - 201 Lightfoot, Don - 201 Lightfoot, Connie - 251 Luck. Margita - 15. 29. 34, 42. 245. 251 Lydia, Vivian - 201. 209 Lynch, Benjy - 281 Lightfoot, Russell - 147 , Lile, Cynthia - Lile, Lisa - 251 Liles, Lilley. Kevin - 251 - Edward - 225 Harold Helen - 281 Sharron - 17. 251 Audie - 225 Marvin - 225 McCammon, Cathy - 18, 281 McCammon, Venus - 281 McCaslin, Sheri - 207 ' McCasliI1,. 2 43. McClellan. Thomas - 202 McClellan. Timothy - 251 McClung, Debbie - 281 McClure . 4 Robert - 32, 39, 251 McConaghie, Debra - 281 McConaghie, Donna - 225 McConathy. Jim - 39, 252 McConn1ey, John - 281 McCon1ey, Pam - 44, 281 McCork1e, Janiece - 281 McCormick, Teresa - 281 McCoy, Jackie - 202 McCoy, Rhonda - 22. 23. 236. 237. 252 McCoy, Ronnie - McCoy, Terry - 281 McCuller, Donald - 39, 252 McCurdy, Kim - 33, 202 , Tracey - 88, 281 , Lisa - 202 Don - 225 Donna - 202 - 31, 252, McElroy, Norman - 226 Marshall, Devona - 225 26. 281- Marshall, Elizabeth - 31, 282 285 viii Marshall. Mary - 441225, 282 Delafofef ,ff if Marshall- MUY ' 33' 44- 225 s,l a, Mmm, rainy - 187, 203 RTD' Ray ' 282 McG1one. Charles - 253 Mclntire. Rickey . Janet - 203 Mem' L83 ' 252 J iii W ' 282 McKenney, Kim - 22, 16. f5Ka'l1Y - 282 252' 256 ...B ' 225 Mcmgm, Roberta - 226, 252 g - 253 McKnight, Robin - W - 188, 203 McKnight, Shirel - 34 Q 282 McLaughlin, Dennis - 252 "gi: -Ti: 'is '- e - 225 Maflifi 255 McLaughlin, Scot - 83, 110 Qmamn' 5 McLemore. Paul - 34, 87, 203 - 249, 253 MCVHY' Rum ' 21- 27' 54- 226 Maninda1ei3 Z25a Mcvicker, Randy - 289 yy Mminez' - 282 Mcwhfmhef' Kathy ' iliiii 4 Martinez. Mun, David - 39, elee Z, - Mecha' Tammy ' 2814 1,. ll.. 9 Hu - ss, 253. Manchen, David - 39 1' iiii Mm., Mm..- 2i'4 4 4 Madison, Marcus - 18, 203 A Maedgen, Tanys - 281 Magby, Randy - 39. 281 Mahaffey. Brian - K Martinez. Melida 728, 282 Martinez, Rito - 180, 191, 182 Marvin. Jocelyn - 203 Marvin, Mark - 282, Marivn, Rickey - ,,, ,.,,, Mah T' ' 252 if Mashburn, Marvin - W uxi ' 281 Massey, Mark - 32, Charlene ' 33 Massey, Michael - Maner, Brooke - 19, 282 Massey' Janet - 25, Maner' David ' 282 Massey, Tamera - 34, 225 Maner' JOY ' 29' 30' 225 Massingill. Carla - 25. 1 VMatemowski, Cheryl 225 iJ zJ'1 J J J' knock. GIGS - 253 4 54 ' 45' 225 Maman. chris - 253. Mannon, Loretta - 253 Mansfield, Richard - 253 Manson, Bobby - 18, 16, 110, 197. 203 Manson, David - 147 Mantooth, Frances - Mantooth, Susan - Marcantel, Daryl Marcantel Pat Matthews, Ronny - Maxey, Billy - Mayberry, Jacky - Mayhall, D Mayhall, ,Fred Manard . Manard . 27. 36. 28, 34, 347 4: .1 52 5 1 4? 4 ,1 1 N B v ,xx - . , w'rf.mm.mavuxw:wmQawmnmm ur an W ,Qwww-wfgzwmglaevwg ,,f, I 1 ,,.- .-nv-ff.Af-wzf...i:7:,1,Ji Tresa - 207 Partain, David - 206 Partain, Ronnie - 255 Partin, Sherry - 285 Pashall, David - 24 Paschall, Tim - Pate, Renee - 22, 255, 256 Partick, Cheryl - 34, 35, 113, 184. 191. 206 Patrick, George - 151 Patterson. Dewight - 18. 228 Patton. George - 285 Patterson, James - 248, 255 Patton. John - 285 Paty, Robert - 26, 34, 35, 228 Rgacock, Dena - 228 Michael - 39, 228 Jeri - 284 lfgdigo. Joni- 37, 206 -gieeples. John - 34. 228 Ponder, Penny - 286 Pope, Kerry - 286 Pope, Cindy - 89. 255 Power, Reba - Pratt, Ellen - 249. 255 Prescott, Jeff - 53, 228 Presley, Kelley - 22, 34, 228 Presley. Randell - 286 Preston, Bobby - 286 Preston, Sheree - 255 Price, Kathy - 16, 255 Price, Steve - 229 Price, Susan - Pride, Jeff Pritchett. Pruitt , Pryor , Puckett Puckett , Reid, Della - 256 Reilly, Tommy - 256 Reinhard, David - 28, 286 Reininger, Cindy - 229 Reininger, Donald f- 286 Remley, Tim - 39, 229 Reno. Randy - 34, 98. 113. 207 Reno, Sandra - 33 Resendez , Resendez , Roberts . Roberts Roberts , Roberts , Brenda - 256 Debbie - Leigh - 17 , 256 Sharon - 26, 256 Robertson, Cathy - 42, 256 Robertson, Jeffrey - 28, 39 287 - 256 15. Ribbl Rice James Reaves, Gaylia - 256, 259 Jeff- 151, 285 Billy - 285, 288 iience, Lorrie - 13, 16, 28, 221. 228 iiendleton, Gary - '.iPerry, Paul- 151, Phelps, Dennis - Phillips, Doug - Phillips, David - Phillips, Mike - 39. Phillips, Marlin - Phillips, Pat - 285 Phillips, Ronnie - 228 Phillips , Shannon - Pickett Pierce. Robert - 139, , Thomas - by 5 Piest. John - 90. 255 Pike, Barry - 285 Pinchera, Leah - 285 Pinchera, Cara - 252, 255 Pinchera, Leah - 285 Pinckard. Jerry - 206 Pitones. Cindy - 28, 285 - 42, 256? Randy Linda Raper Raspante, Carl - Raspante, Kathy - Ratcliff, Paul - 13 Raven, Julie - 229 Rawlinson, Donna - 256 Reames, Denise - 286 5 Vkl' - 26. 34, 68, Riggs, Kim - 256 - 228 Pitones , George Pitones, Priscilla - 228 Pittman, Richard - 255 Pittman, Robert - 228 Pogue, Gina - 25, 44, 286 Pohle. Cherri - 228 Pollei, Debbie - 22, 225 Pollei, Mike - 228 Pompa, Cindy - 27, 255 A Delores - agnce , Record . Redding, Ricky - 256 206. 229, Redding, Kevin - 36, 37, 206 Redding . Dorothy - Redding, Jacques - 286 Redding 286 Reeves, Reeves , 229 , Sharon- 14, 26, 28 Cindy - 286 Vicky - 29, aa, 44, Debbie - 26, 34, 43, Rice, Troy - Rich. Lonna - 286 Richard, Cecil - Richards , Richardson . Richardson Riddle, Barbara - 26, 34, 62. 229 Riddle , Cathy rflliggs, Charles - 31, 229 Riley, Beaux - 207 Riley Clifton Riley Roberson, Roberson, Roberson Roberson, Linda - 287 Roberson, Teresa - Ruth Roberson. Shes -S87 Rutherford, Felicia - Rutledge, David - Rutledge, Robert - 14, 207 Rutledge, Ronnie - 45, 230 Rutter. .Nancy - 207 Ryan, Tommy - 287 . Ryland, Jay - 287 i 5 . Salazar. Eusebio - 287. Salick, Anne - 16, 17, 26, 28 34, 35, 226, 230 Salick, Paul - 26, '29, 287, sat feneia - 247 saii ef hemo., - 230.852 J . , ,. ,gigabit Salinas. Yolanda - A I Sampson, Sheila - f Samchez, Joe - 147, 25781 g I 1 Sanchez Sanberg , Tony - 207 Carl - 208 Sanders, Bobby - 14, 230 Sanders, Debbie - 208 Sanders. Dianna - 208 Schlicher, Virginia - 257 Schaiverman, David - 288 Schultz, Paul - 28, 288 Schumacher. Tim - 43, 230 Schwarzkpof, Ranella - 208 Scoggins. Alan - 230 Scott, Debra - 288 Scott, Jacquelyn - 194, ,208 Scott, Marianne - 30, 42, 231 Scott. Martha - 257 Scott, Paula - 257 Scovel, Steven - 45, 248 Scruggs. Alan -139, 288 Seago, Carolyn - 208 Seago . Chuck Tonya Selman , Diana Sanders. Pam - 25, 269, 287 Senstock Karen Sanders, Richard - 280 ,er,, Senstock, Martin - 39. 288 Sanderson. James - 298 1 .--- Samet' Sylvie - 14' 258 Sandlon, Ricky - 257 .AAy Ismiel - 288 Sandavol, Sammy - 31, 287 Sepia' Larry - 85 288 Sandavol, Sylvia - 29, 230 Sandridge. David - 39, 36. '257 Sessions , David - Sevila, Claudio - 288 Sanford. Mike - 199. Sevilla, Danny - 288 Sanford, Patrick - 136, 138 2 Sarandrs John 115 202 208 Shaddox Shafer Scott - 288 Greg - 208 Shafer , Leigh - 16. 31. 89 Lisa - 225 230 - 2884 5'Schier. Larry - 257 Schacht, Kim Schardein, Jack - 14, 230 Schardein , Linda. - 208 -322. 280 - 251, 25151. Schell, John - 230 Schenkler, Cinde - 208 8 --,- Schenkler, Jan - 26, 42, 5 I 0 -X Glenda sa 281 shends, Rey - 231 Sheilds. Troy - 231 shipp. Bill - 208 Cecil - 69, 208 Shorh, Michile - 25, 26, 81, 208 Soupe, David - 45 Shorek, Johnnie - 288 Shrum, Michael - 288 Shultz, James - 231 Scupe, Ricy - 29, 231 Silver, David - 42, 259 Simmons, Scott - Simms, Pam - Singleton. Mike - 258 Skeene, Kim-r 26, 27, 33, 34 85. 190.22083 s1ete, Jerry - 32. 258 Slate, Lama- 32, 89, 288 Anthony -.258 Tracy - 39, 231 Ted - 86 Pat - Tersa - Smith Smith. Smith. Forest Smith . Gary 231 Smith, Jefi - 147, 231, 258 Smith, Joe - 209 . Smith, Joel - 16, Smith, Linda Smith. Steve Snody, Rhonda - 259 Snody, Steve - 232 Snow, Diane - 259 Snow, Margie - 22, 57, 87, 209 Solis, Delia - 289 Sollenberger, Paul - 28 Sewers, Leigh - 209 Speaker, Mike - 29, 33, 38 39, 209 Spearman. Debra - 30, 232 Spearman. Doug - 244, 259 Spence, Kathy - 43, 259 Spencer, Janie f 31, 259 Spencer, Mitzie Q Spurgeon , Georgei li g Staley . David -f Staley , Karen- 289.21 Stallings, William - 289 Stancil Stancil . 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Torres, Jesse - 264. 265, Torrez , Torrez , -f f.--f , -f,a,,,:e,1:a,,... , L20 - Panteleon' V H Raul - 260 Ronald - 210 Ray - 260 Sylvia - 233 Towner, Annette - 44 Traughber , Lola - Traylor , Donald - 233 Trevino, Mark - 210 Tervino , Tribble Nora - 272 ., Marlon - VI , . ,ay ,, tv ""iiiE 3, M 291, ., Thomas, Thomas Thomas , Thomas Thomas , Thomas Thomas, 209 V Thomas Thomas , Brenda - 209 ' 'lal Andrea - 260 Debra - Binki - 214. 83, 209 Mark - 157 Marsha - 272, 290 Nancy - 25, 77, 201, Pat - 22, 30, 233 Wanda - 19, 290 Thomason, Cathy - 233 Thomason, William - 290 Thompson, Tommy - 27, 135 209 Thompson, Dawn - 290 Thompson, Patricia - 290 V' Trigg, Ronald - 233 Trigg, Aubrey - 246, 261 Truitt, Robert - 59 Trobaugh, Ricky A Tropoloc, Harry - Tropoloc, Marijane Truitt, Robert - 39, Truitt, Teresa - 234 Tubb, Christine Tucker, Kathy - Tucker, Paula - 210 Tullos, Larry - 29, 39 Tuminello, Martha Turner, Alton - Turnegygf-Bemard Thompson, Tracy - 290 3 'if 5, 2251-t Thompson, Val - 17, 290 if I- Brenda - Toland Bill- 1 Melinda Thom, Ricky - 151, 290 3 ai' Phms ' T ' , - ' " UIHCL hornquist Steve 247, 260 I 122' 234 Thornton, Brett - 14,290.12 2 -f 1- Turner, Thorson, Sonya - 19, 290 A Thurman, Patricia - 25, 290 Taylor: Holly - 232--gy, VIWZ Thurman, Denise - 290 Taylfi, Jawa Q Tidwellf Dwight - 39' 42. 44 T 192 1 ff 233, 235 W 0, .S ' ,lli ft , 1 Tidwell, Jean - 25, 34, 44, Taylor, hm - 151,'28QQ5l 260 Tayloggglielly - 232 A , Melvin - 291 lgfffeslie ' 250 2 ,',',", Diana - 29 - 39, 290, Tilleyy, 39, 260 i - - 233 at 2 ",' T' 1' 1 i 3," L 1 ,ryl-ff. 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Debbie - 261 Walls, Michael - 292 Walls, Willim Walpole, Walpole, Ty Waltmen, Waltmen, Webb, Tersa - 292 Webb, Toni - 292 Webber, Paula - 235 Webster, Bebora - 17. 262 Webster. Donald - 39, 292 Wein, Lee - Weise Calvin - 211 Weiss, Lee - 211 Weeks, Becky Welch, David - welch. Jeff - 21 Weldon, Welker - 235 34. 211 39, 262 43 . 235 28, 292 - 184, 292 Sandra - 263 Williams, Stanley - 292 , Williams, Susan - 293 win Sue - 211 Wilson - - 211 Y .. Wilson, Gary - 235 Wilson Gayle - 263 Kim - 44. 293 ili 6 - 9- , T 293 Wrlson , Wilson, Wayne - 37, 38, 39, 235 Winnett, Vickie - 263 Winters, Sheri - 44 Wise, Roger - 211 Wise, Larry Withers Ybarra, Frank - 39, 42. 44. 263 Cathy - 16. 17. 263 Janet - 263 Kathleen - 17, 35, 211 Walton . 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F-va.. --,, .. - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 -x 1 1 's 1 .I 1 1 1 1 , .i 3 1 1 I MQ, , wwf. 1 1 :- f ...K.e.1,. .4.,g-Jawa .. Q, Mn, , M ,, VOLLE YBA LL BI -DI S TRI C T CHAMPS Happiness is Gir1's Athletics. Our girls in blue were full of happiness this year as they came up on top as the '7-4A District Champs of 1975, win- ning District for the first time in the history of Nimitz . This year's team had a perfect 14-0 record, thus the first step in climbing the ladder to the State championship . . . They played Richardson High School and successfully defeated their girls in two games. Next our girls were to attempt to take another step to State by playing in Abilene for the Regional tournament. Excitement and nervousness filled the gym as our girls ended their long climb losing a tough battle to the regional champs, Amarillo High School. HAPPINESS IS GIRL'SA THLETICS Top left - Beckii Zinn attempts a retum. Left - Reaching for the ball is Brenda Clarkston. Above - Teamwork is what made winners out of this yea1"s Volleyballers. Diane Resendez is prepared to assist on this failing play. VOLLE YBA LL 5 It dst., if ,Q ...fffai 'v 531 s .1-1 The 1975 Nimitz Baseball sea- son was successful this year. The Vikings managed to come up on top of the "win column" with a 13-11 season. As with any successful High School team, the Seniors play an important role. Surely without these Seniors: Keith Story, Mike Sanford, Mike White, Ricky Meeks, Carl House, and Eric Morris, the team just wouldn't have what it takes to win. Also, with the excellent effort of the rest of the players, and the coaching of David Hall, this year will be an important factor in the 1976 season! Above - Brian Harwell. Below middle - Doug Phillips. Below right - Coach David Hall. As the 74-'75 season drew to a close, the Nimitz Track team was proud of their accomplishments and remembered the knowledge they obtained in defeat. Left - Steve Willaford and Cleo Coronado end their laps for the day. Below - Chuck Seeber pole- vaulting. TRACK 5 SENIORS: UNITED WE STAND 3 Ag G L W , v' ' ,K C' . 'X i I A A lf V . , v. X G ' 4' 1 ' . G' f vtgzwfliz-av -f ,g,,:,b g:,gw,.,,.-,. ' f 'W W W' , .W ,gf ' g GG - f Q G G G 1 SPRING GAME: SNEAKPREVIEW OF ,76 SPRING GAME PR OM Q bilge pvtgtur Qlasa uf Nixuitz Srniur 'High Srlgutul rvqucs-ts flgv plvaxstxrv uf guur ruxupcxug at llgr Srniur llrunt Sutttrung tltruiug, tht' llxtrttlg-aixllg hug uf April uiurh-ru lttuxhrrh auth srhrxtfg-filzr :lf vigil! U'L'lLllS1i Gfltr 051'l'Llt Hall Eh: Appurvl iilrtrt Top left - Gary Lloyd and Dorothy Kuhn. Top Iighl - Don Lightfoot and Sharon Elmore. Center left - Tommy Thompson and Joni Randle. Center right - Senior Ring dance. Bottom left - Carl House and Date. Bottom right - Randy Randle and Karen Copeland. S The Great Hall of the Apparel Mart was beautifully decorated on the night of April 26 as the Senior Prom began the closing of the '75 school year. The romantic atmosphere was accented by the beautiful fountain and rainbow colors which filled the tremendous hall. The enchanted evening was serenaded by LoDELLA. At 10:00 the seniors and their dates paraded through the archway as the "Theme from Brian's Song" was played. Coach Wayne Bingham served as Master of Ceremonies for the evening by intro- ducing the Senior selections of: Song, "Theme from Brian's Song"g Flowers, Spring Bouquet: Colors, Rainbowg and Motto, "How Beautiful it will be Tomor- row to Remember Today." As the eve- ning came to a close the seniors realized that it truly will be beautiful tomorrow to remember today! ' CCA I GH T TO REM EMBERU I in FF Top left - Coach Wayne Bingham. Bottom left - Bill Pence and Bunny Bonilla. Bottom PROM right - Mike White and Stacy Stone. A WARDSASSEMBLY H ON ORED S CH OLA RS A CKNO WLED GED 1' VA LEDI C TORIAN - GA R Y WI TT If ' we .Q iii- gif . A x . J- 3 I its , ' pf- ,K .9 ' , N, y . , Vfr, . ' SAL UTA TORIAN - A MY LEI BEN SBER GER The 1974 '75 Awards Assembly honored those students who made outstandrng achlevements 1n academic as well as social activities Awards were glven for Who s Who and SPCCIA1 ment awards Scholarshrps were announced for those seniors who had earned them dunng the year bensberger were presented plaques by Mr Tom Chandler as well as Valedrctorlan and Saluta tor1an, Gary Witt and Amy Le1bensberger The '75 sen1or class presented the school w1th two large plaques of the School Song and Fight Song and a speclal plaque was grven to Mrs Staggs bearing the names of the 197 5 senior class T Mr. and Ms. NHS, Randy Reno and Amy Lei- Who in Boy's Athletics. Leibensberger. THIS PAGE: Top right in Senior Class. A WARDSASSEMBLY OPP. PAGE: Top left - Philip Armstrong receives Who's Who in Chorale. OPP PAGE: Top right - Valedictorian, Gary Witt. OPP. PAGE: Lower left - Jo Noms elected Junior class Sec . OPP . PAGE Lower right - Clay Money receives Who s THIS PAGE: Top left - Salutatorian. Amy Mrs. Staggs receives plaque from class officers. THIS PAGE: Lower left - Top ten SENIOR PREVIEW J J MRM Semor Prevlew The Semor Prevrew was des1gned for the Semor class to come before th Junrors rn order to turn thelr rrngs an g1V6 the school to the Senlors to The Junlor class lS then grven t e responsrbrhty of belng the leaders of Nrmrtz Hlgh School Above Lergh Sauers and Mark Knrttle turn then nngs so that NIMITZXIRVING faces outward Right Standrng under the archway are Harold Moore and Lynn Cason SENIOR GIVE SCHOOL TO THE CLASS OFI9 6 x! W. Z -ff: X 1,, - , 4 Y w - f Q 1 ,hor ' ' ' fd ' K . S. ff r I ' f P W., r1" 5 I I h ' Ii: -' A ,152 'W 3843-My me . Ay ' R ' Q, . l K wh . I I 9 ' .n R 3 ' e . . . . d ' ' - -be. . . . h BA CCA LA UREA TE SER VI CES A tnumvrrate of the three Irvrng Hrgh Schools were Jorned at the Baccalaureate exercrses for the narratron of therr pro Decked rn caps and gowns the Senrors followed tradrtron by attendrng thrs large church servrce spective roles in society. .V Above - Seniors are attentive at services. BA C CALA UREA TE ?' fi-'12, Graduation is such an enormous event in the lives of so many young adults destined for a place in society. Dressed in the beautiful blue caps and gowns the Senior Class of 1975 received their diploma on May 30, at Texas Stadium. This group of seniors was the last of the first, for they were freshmen when Nimitz had its first graduating class. This group of Seniors saw unfinished buildings, muddy sidewalks, and new policies being set. This is the last of the six year Vikings. They have been through a lot together as one group. For them it will be hard to leave for this has been home for a long time. 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