Nimitz High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Irving, TX)

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From supervising children's activities to attending many after- school functions. The Vikings worked together to achieve goals while having a good time. Kenny Cooper of the Dallas Tornado is crowded by Nimitz fans at the exhibition game. Viking fans and Big Vik Cbottom lefty watch on as the Vikings strive for a victory. fa This egg Cbottom rightj was just one of the many "babies" that Mrs. Lucas' Home and Family Living classes had to protect from harm for one day while studying child abuse. STUDENT LIFE 19 New friends come with e new yeer The 1976-77 school year brought many new faces and experiences to Nimitz. From the popularized chant "Go Bananas" to the first successful Admiral's Revue, Nimitz students exhibited great spirit. New faculty members and crazy pep rally antics helped to round out the school year. Ms. Kaye Hill Ctop rightl enters the school on a busy fall day. Mr. Curry Cbottom lefty takes time out for personal thoughts to adjust to his new surroundings. 'r' are W 2305! Amy Holliday, junior, Cbottom rightj has a new look on "Spook" day at Nimitz. 20 STUDENT LIFE Large crowds Ctop rightb attended J. V. games. I Q A 1 tm tee. Steve Van Wart, sophomore, Cbottom lefty waits to be served at the Science Club bake sale. Ms. Dotye Stanford and Ms. Diane McMeans, two new Nimitz teachers, Cbottom rightj cheer for the football team. STUDENT LIFE 21 The spirit of '76 leads on to '77 Cheerleaders, faculty, t and band students help carry on the traditional Nimitz spirit during football season as well as other times throughout the year. A great deal of time is spent in preparation for these activities. Nimitz cheerleaders Ctop rightj t 7 lead the student body in "Good Luck " 4.53 X va y 'EG s -.15 .,:'tr,,,-v"f"1 -9. cg- V "Sack Mac" Cbottom leftj is just one of the many signs created by the sophomores for the pep rally. Earl Haberkamp, band director, and Jerry Nelson, debate coach Cbottom rightj portray Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham, in the Admiral's Revue, with several other faculty members. 22 STUDENT LIFE Walter Betts, freshman, Ctop rightj hurries to get his things together before the band's halftime performance. Brenda Boccieri, junior, Cbottom leftj dances with the drill team during their half-time performance at the football game. Pat Sanford C153 Mark Money C665 and David Manson C703 Cbottom right? block a Grand Prairie player. STUDENT LIFE 23 24 STUDENT LIFE xxx Valerie Hicks, senior, Ctop leftj works hard on the Senior hall for Homecoming hall decorations. Marty Randle, senior, and Karen Stephens, junior, Varsity cheerleaders, Cbottom rightb enjoy decorating the main office for Homecoming. John Randle, Melinda Kohut, freshmen, Cbottom lefty work on the freshman hall. Spirited students decorate hells for fell homecoming at Nimitz 'S-.GM Lucy Ceraldi, and Vicki Taylor, seniors ftop leftj work to portray the Senior hall theme, "Winter Olympics in Wonderland." Mark Atteberry, senior, Ctop rightb stays overtime to finish the Senior hall . Martha Callejas, senior, ibottom lefty helps in decorating for the Senior hall decoration during Homecoming. STUDENT LIFE 25 Homecoming activities spark enthusiasm The"'Winter Wonderland" theme became a reality as an early winter storm brought almost six inches of snow to Irving. Students began the week by decorating the halls. The freshman hall with the theme "Vikings Stalk the Pink Panthers" won first place . Sophie Montellano, a senior, was selected Homecoming queen. Kim McKenney and Jackie Lamb were queen nominees. Brenda Boccieri, Annette Bilbrey and Cindy Curry were Homecoming princesses. Although the Vikings lost their Homecoming game to y Duncanville, 16-14, over 500 students attended the dance held in the school cafeteria . J. V . football players Ctop rightj add fun to the Homecoming parade. Chris Hardy, a Nimitz ex, Cbottom leftj was one of many exes to attend the tea given for them during Homecoming. The Varsity cheerleaders Cbottom i rightj were each given a mum compliments of Mr. Curry at the l Homecoming pep rally. 26 STUDENT LIFE David Lawrence, junior, and Quentin Blackerby, junior, Ctop rightj were one of the many entertaining acts in the Admiral's Revue, a talent show added to this year's Homecoming activities. Sheri Bryan, senior, and Mitch Williams, ex student, Ctop lefty dance to the music by SHORTCHANGE at the 1976-77 Fall Valhalla. Mark Money and Ronnie Hines, seniors, and Jeff Peiser, junior, Cbottom rightj keep up their spirit as the football season comes to a close . Sophie Montellano, senior, Cbottom lefty, still in disbelief is crowned Homecoming Queen by Mike Ussery, senior. STUDENT LIFE 27 A cheerleader prop, a chiquita banana Ctop leftj became one of the familiar items at the pep rallies. at , -12 13, ,1fL... ,, Vt., Ninth' 28 STUDENT LIFE 'MQ' Ms. Debbie Troxell, homemaking teacher Cbottom lefty greets students at the beginning of the year. Richard M. Nixon Cbottom centerj portrayed by David Canady, sophomore, makes a visit to a Nimitz pep rally. Keith Wallace Crightj comes from the choir room where he is an active member of the Nimitz Chorale. Vikings acquire new roles in '76 New and familiar faces took on different looks and students assumed various roles during the year. The senior play, "Don't Drink the Water," saw many who had never been on stage perform for the first time. Also, for the first time , female students took an active part in the ROTC program at Nimitz. Philip Underwood, senior, helps to make the senior play a success. Q is i 4 5 Linda Hudson, senior and Kelley Murphy, junior, Cbottom leftj pose as the Duncanville Homecoming princess and escort. Amanda Bramlett, sophomore, and Tammy Macha , junior Cbottom rightj stand near the new anchor in front of the building. STUDENT LIFE 29 S xx 30 SPORTS SPCR T5 Y 'A -. flag, .9 ,Q 1.v'f,.S 5".v"x 'S' . 'I3'l1". 3 gf' .0 Q' o",s "JI-" VS".-' 'Q ,I .gl .Q ,O . ,f',v.,. rua., E, .,..Q .Q ,. ,. 9 ,Q , -.v ,. 0' Q' ' w' 4' J .- ' .0 Q4 Q' .0 v P Q ' Q' . ' 0' -".- ako" v',.4', ',",-34 ,gf , v 'f:"1c 'o':.'z.J ,',n'f. '54 3.01, ',o,,v.,-1 ',o:..v yy.. 5 v'.r' v',n',Q0' SQ.-11 '1.',a'. ,avg ,Q ,Q .4 nv. ,. , J ,or Q5-'S Z2-33.31 V-:Jigs 711737121 ,Q ' ,Q . ,Q .Q . gf, ,v , .:f,:i 5:22514 .5553 '.j.:1.:g ,... Ivy- 4-4.-1 'ivy 35:1-5 ,,x ,ond ,Q ,.:. g.,o,,. ,',vxx .2 Q 1' ,ov ,0' Q V' Q" v ,QQ R. 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I l g V AL , SPORTS 3 1 Viking season ends with 2-8 record The Nimitz Varsity began their season at home against Southwest High School of Fort Worth. The final score was 20-O in favor of Southwest. The Vikings moved on to Richardson High where the game was lost, 29-14. On September 18 , the Varsity players hosted Adamson High. Spirits weren't dampened by the heavy rain as Nimitz won 13-O . The following week North Mesquite faced Nimitz. The outcome was a Viking loss, 31-20. The Vikings met Grand Prairie High at the Gopher Bowl, and brought home a victory of 24-7 . The struggle with MacArthur was close, with MacArthur winning in the last few minutes, 28-21. R. L. Turner worked the Vikings over for a 21- 7 victory. Nimitz returned home to tackle the Tigers, but were again defeated 14-3. On October 20, the varsity was off again to the Gopher Bowl where the tables turned , with South Grand Prairie on top, 20-13 . The season ended November 13 on a snowy night with the Homecoming game. The Vikings played to the theme of "Winter Wonderland" against Duncanville After a game of close competition, the season closed with a 16-14 Viking loss. The Varsity players and coaches are Cback rowj L. Ladewig, M. Greer, W. Bingham Cfourth rowj R. Tedder, R. Thorn, G. Hilliard, K. Kirkland, K. Ball Cthird rowh G. Tennison, M. Blackburn, J. Seago, M. Cox, L. Helton, l. Roberson Csecond rowj R. Ribble, R. Bentley, I. Peiser, D. Witt, M. Money Cfirst rowj S. Miles, I. Butler, D. Flores, J. Walker, F. Reyna 32 FOOTBALL Varsity announces sweetheart Dick Holliday receives the honor of caping football sweetheart Jana Rouse. Pat Sanford C153 receives the kickoff. 3 1. King, C. Bradley, B. Wright Glover, D. Welch, T. Bilbrey, J. Covington, Mgr., K. lahn, mgr. Moore, B. Warren, C. Davis, R. Ruiz Holliday, R. Hines, G. Patrick, S. Rogers, mgr. , A. Miller, mgr. Manson, G. Sturch, P. Sanford, D. Harper, R. Cuff, mgr. FOOTBALL 33 Warren awarded most valuable player It takes several players working together to make a team. Out of these players, one is chosen each year for his outstanding effort. He is judged on leadership, attitude, ability and achievement. This year's choice was Bret Warren. Bret Crightj has been involved in football throughout his four years at Nimitz, and well represents the Viking spirit of grit and pride as most valuable player of 1976-77. The referee signals "fair catch" made by Dewell Harper CZOD. The Viking defense prepares for another play. 34 FOOTBALL f 'K 1 w' .sf ,, t 5 TA' 7' . , . ,T 1, J i in o lf f ,,1 2 Tired and exhausted but ready to Vikings rneet the Gophers face to face. play are Ronny Hines C535 and Rocky Ribble C63J. Players listen as the quarterback gives offensive plays. FOOTBALL 35 Vikings ohargo on through '76 In attempts to slow down the opponent, Bret Warren C147 charges head on. David Manson C709 and Fred Reyna 4323, running backs, work side by side to defend their goal. Vikings rush on for another battle. 36 FOOTBALL Teammates listen as Mark Blackburn C845 refers to the position of the ball. Don Witt C115 throws a pass in the game against North Mesquite just moments before he sustains a knee injury. He did not play the rest of the season. The Vikings pull a Rebel down as Jimmy Roberson C243 comes from behind to reassure the tackle. FOOTBALL 37 Junior Varsity clinches district championship The Junior Varsity kept on trucking through the season to bring home the title of District Champs. The players worked hard to earn the well-deserved title. Things went well from the start as the Vikings won their first game against Southwest High, 21-O . Throughout the whole season, only two games were lost. The Vikings pulled it together at the end to win five straight games. The offense was on the move this year as they averaged 21 . 8 points per game. The defense wouldn't let up as they held the opponents to an average of 9 . 9 points per game . Coach Nathan Purvis sums up the 1976-77 season as "the best he has ever had." Junior Varsity players are Cback rowb Coach David Hardy, K. Campbell, G Granado I Porter J Rie D McCartney, Coach Nathan Purvis C4th rowj C. Keane, W. Sloan, R. Nicholas, W. Milholen, R. Hamilton S Alley 13rd rowj D. Webster, B. Bridewell, B. Kirby, P. Lopez, R. Stearns, A. Soto I Parish M Harvey 42nd rowb J. Hux, A. Gorrell, M. Whitworth, R. Thorn, K. Crossland, J Hurtado I Calvert D Drake Clst rowj K. Edmondson, C. Flores, T. Horton, D. Howie, N. Egbert, G Perser F Garcia 38 FOOTBALL A united team effort completes the tackle. Junior Varsity gives it all they have. Freddie Garcia C205 coordinates his skills to complete the pass. FOOTBALL 39 Q 3? is Gregg Peiser C143 leads some hand clapping to promote the winning spirit! Jeff Hurtado C605 stretches out to tackle a Warrior, as Donnie Webster Billy Harris C283 scrambles for C103 hurries to assist. yardage. 40 FOOTBALL Determination by Alex Soto C445 enables him to block his opponent . Coach Purvis consults Frankie Hamilton C725 about his next play. 5 1.1 RS' Chris Flores Q50J comes with other teammates to help an injured player. FOOTBALL 41 Freshmen journey through hevv threshold For the newest Viking championship. football team, this year The two most outstanding was a journey through a games were against Irving new threshold . High school and MacArthur. Against football was a little MacArthur, the offense different, a lot tougher, performed well. Against yet most rewarding. Irving , an extremely good The freshmen proudly defensive game was tied with Irving High executed by the freshman School for the city team. After working hard all week, Coach Ladasau and Coach Fikes Crightj view the outcome of their labors. 42 FOOTBALL Freshman football players are Cback rowb D. West, I. Howard, D. Peiser, I. Engle, W. Hargrove, B. Chase, R. Hargrove Cthird rowj M. Brower, R. Stanley J. McDaniel, S. Mayo, B. Ward, M. Garza, K. Toler, R. Saucedo Csecond rowj S. Wood, S. Lee, B. Ingram, D. Drake, S. Lozano, J. Ledbetter, K. Preston D. Okle, F. DeLatorre Cfirst rowj M. McCarrel1, manager, M. Johnson, R. Anzaldua M. Horn, D. Johnson, K. Meeks, S. Dean, T. West. Vikings move on through the mud. Before going on the field David Pieser C145 overlooks the situation. 'UNK' I, ,W X' T , Xi' -' af fag K, 1 .x q wif? rf I 455 vw' , ., 5 'ff aff .wi M' 1' 'Q W xv 4 ru . M , W ,Y X. 5 ILE sxilff : A r ,Q ,r vv E - A The freshmen get in on some rough action against the Warriors. FOOTBALL 43 Varsity advances to regionals The Nimitz girls volleyball team had a, successful 1976- 77 season. There were a total of twenty-four wins and eleven loses during pre-season, tournaments, district, and play-off games. During district play the girls went undefeated with twelve wins and no losses. In the Bi-district game they defeated South Garland 15-13, 15-5 and advanced to the Regional tournament in Huntsville . The first game they played Skyline 15-13 , 15-2, then went to the finals where they were defeated by Richardson 13-15 , 7 - 15 . Myra Cambell leaps to return the ball. She plays the position of spiker on the team . 3 Volleyball varsity team members are: Cclockwiseb Jo Norris, Susie Hook, Lelean Norris CMgr.D, Crickett Hackett, Denise Thurmond, Anne Londt CMgr.J, Coach Donna Grant, Myra Cambell, Debbie McDonald CMgr.J, Sharon Roberts, Debbie Crouch CMgr.J, Linda Roberson, Leslie Toland, Val Thompson, Tammy Bridges. 44 VOLLEYBALL li? Leslie Toland C125 bumps the ball for a routine set-up. With full extension, Linda Roberson C85 sets the ball. As a team, the varsity girls perfect their skills. VOLLEYBALL 45 It Ready in their positions, the varsity awaits the serve. Denise Thurmond C115 crouches in preparation for the play. During practice Linda Roberson improves her talents. 46 VOLLEYBALL Volleyball players experience victory Coach Donna Grant gives final instructions to her varsity girls in the district game. Suzie Hook C27 returns the ball. s,:Q.fi2sI 'lii L With faultless form , Sharon Roberts C15 bumps the ball. VOLLEYBALL 47 Jo Norris receives honor Being chosen as most valuable player is a great honor, yet quite deserved by the 1976 recipient Jo Norris. Io was not only an excellent volleyball player, she was also dependable, punctual, and highly spirited. Io clearly displayed the qualities that produced a winning season in 1976 . Chosen as the 1976-77 Volleyball Beau was Mr. Greg Jackson. S if L A, , Crickett Hackett stands in ready position. Jo Norris shows her capabilities as she bumps the ball. 48 VOLLEYBALL ,Na ,..x . M . J. V. perfects plays The Junior Varsity had a triumphant 1976-'77 season. The combined record of pre-season and district games was 13 wins and 4 losses. In district competition, twelve games were played, with only one loss. The Junior Varsity team participated in the R.L. Turner Invitational Tournament where they won first place , without losing a single game. The season's outcome brought pride to Coach Grant and victory to Nimitz. Junior Varsity members work together for Viking victory. . 4 A ' .ag ,I 1 1 s . rrlr- :s,,,,,,,.,.ss.. .W M N xx K 'lm'-. ff' jill Q ...FN ijgsv- . it MJ . of N S., Q ...,, k'? ' Junior varsity team members are: Ginny Glagg 1303, Jana Stinson 1173, Vanessa Frost 1253, Cindy Kelly 143, Ann Tyler 1143, Coach D. Grant, Crickett Hackett 1203, Teresa Dodd 103, Lori Archer 133, Edith Johnson 1273, Lynn Ehemann 183, Barbara Laden 1223. VOLLEYBALL 49 ' 'Q Q . .gy ' We As Vanessa Frost receives the W play, other members show their N p p L agility in preparation to aide oi. t " - ffrgfzfisr 'r'- gs"'fQg:M,,sQes-s ' ' 74 y y f , X ' - 'a t. , g 5-gt 5352 'ibn .-if,itfffgffigfietg-if,' I t .-'. I, 4 If K i . ' KJ- ,ii 'ifff K Gr at ' . r"' J Vs A 4- ppp, 2 -I I ' , 1 1 , t '-'.- ' W , s and Jana Stinson arrives early with other teammates for daily practice . 50 VOLLEYBALL Teamwork is an important part of volleyball as members often work together to return the ball. Each member knows that readiness is essential in winning. With determination to win, Lori Archer C33 slams the ball. XXX: is , X ss,,s , Using full force , Cindy Kelly C43 returns the ball. VOLLEYBALL 51 E Freshman volleyball foundation for future The Freshman Volleyball team participated in only four games this year. This gave the girls an opportunity to prepare for interscholastic competition. The team worked to improve their skills which will help them as they advance to the junior varsity team next year. According to Miss Donna Grant, coach, the team excelled in bumping, serving, and worked hard for team unity . With this positive mental attitude and the perfecting of skills, Coach Grant expects to have a good junior squad in the coming year. 2 CMM --'NM' X Members of the freshman volleyball team are: Cfirst rowj Randi Fisher, Deanna Pesina, and Debbie Rich Csecond rowj Dina Garcia, Dorinda Marshall, Debbie Perry, Diana Dorbritz and Ruth Bower fthird rowj Donna Bundrant, Adele Dorbritz, Lucy Gonzalez, Kym Jackson, Desselle King and Barbra High. 52 VOLLEYBALL 2? Miss Grant explains correct handling of the ball. COpposite P3895 Tearnmates watch with anticipation as Debbie Perry steps out to make contact with the ball. After the game , teammates discuss plays that were used . Dorinda Marshall turns to be in place to receive the ball. VOLLEYBALL 53 Varsity Tennis improves record The 1976-77 Varsity Tennis Team had the best season in the school's history this year. The team had a new coach, Kay Butler. Although new to Nimitz, Coach Butler had previous successful years in coaching tennis. She practiced with Nimitz varsity players in daily workouts. Varsity members 42 worked to develop better skills and played in weekly matches. The team looks for even a better record next year. Tony Martinez takes time off the courts to practice returning the ball. .-.....r"" Varsity team members are Cthird rowb Ross Thompson, Virgil Jarrard, Carey Caldwell, Steve Thomas, Thomas Cardenas, Matt Miller, Jean Leibensberger, Lisa Wooten, Tony Martinez , Warren Groff , Bruce Smilie Csecond rowj Amy Holliday, Steve Hackett, Randy Heady, Robby Branch, Jacques Redding, Tim Minton, Bill Zeller, Benny Ferro, Janet Sutter, Lori Bartlett, Jenni Marshall Cfirst rowj Susan Heiney, Anna Reyna, Janice Burton, Ms. Butler, coach, Mary Hill, Lyn Miller, Rhonda Wooten. 54 TENNIS Teammates choose outstanding players Carey Caldwell Cleftj and Mary Hill Cbottom lefty were chosen as the outstanding varsity tennis players for the 1976-'7'7 year. They led the team in skills as well as spirit to win. Mary Hill has been on the Varsity squad for the past three years. Carey Caldwell, new to this area, has shown true leadership for his teammates . To obtain a correct form, Virgil Jarrard lengthens his stretch. TENNIS 55 ' s ' 3 Lyn Miller steps forward for a forehand stroke . Jean Leibensburger prepares for matches by daily workouts. In ready position, Jacques Redding waits for the serve. 56 TENNIS QTL? y R Q29 -Q..... 1 I E E s I i I J. V. Tennis players acquire new skills The Junior Varsity Tennis Team worked under the direction of Coach Kay Butler. This squad was made up of members who do not compete interscholastically. The 1976- '77 year consisted of learning tennis skills and perfecting them . Their goals for the future are not only self-improvement, but also advancing to the varsity squad . Keri McFarland works toward a perfect serve. Junior varsity members are Cthird rowb Suzie Mason, Kathy Sekula, Tina Thomas, David Moore, Jonas Rosas, Randy Otts, Chuck McAdams, Shere Mayes, Chris Davis, Keri McFarland, Bill Jenkins, Roger Burrow Csecond rowj George Stephenson, Randy Hill, Charles Reyna, Tim Parker, Eric Rollins, Debbie Hudgins, Kim Blackley, Ms. Butler ffirst rowj John Page, Carole Lawson, Karla Sanders, Tammy Jenkins, Merrily Yarbarough, Robert J Robinson . TENNIS 57 Near the net, John Page Crightl practices volleying . Carol Lawson fbelowj keeps an eye on her opponent. As the ball approaches, Robert Robinson Qrightj steps into his follow through. 58 TENNIS Boys Gymnastics team travels to state The Varsity Boys Gymnastics Team traveled to dual and regional meets during the 1976-77 year. The boys competed in six events. These included floor exercises, pommel horse, horizontal bar, volting, parallel bar, and the rings. After district competition was completed, the top two teams were to go to state . The team moved to regionals where they placed second, this qualified the Nimitz gymnasts for state competition. Individual medals were awarded to Anthony Parma, David Burch, and Steve White. Steve White performs a single leg cut on the side horse. Varsity Gymnastics boys are ifront rowj Craig Darden, Khanh Cong, Damon Hager, Mark Bedair, Tommy Weaver Cback rowj Steve White, David Burch, Anthony Parma, Billy House, Coach Burch. GYMNASTICS 59 Girls compete in dual meets The Girls Varsity Gym- nastics Team traveled with the boys to participate in meets. Members competed with L. D. Bell, Bedford, Boswell, Irving and other schools in dual meets. The events for girls varied from the boys. Girls took part in beam, uneven bars, vault- ing, and floor exercise events. All but two girls competing in Varsity Gym- nastics were freshmen. Kelly Murphy completes a lunge on the balance beam. On the balance beam, Becky McCarrell performs a needlepoint. Varsity Gymnastics girls are Cfront IOWD Frerda Combs Debbie Mullins Marty Jackman Tami Hill Carmen Ealum Cback rowj Coach Burch, Kelley Murphy Becky McCarrell Terri Cooper Kim Vandergriff 60 GYMNASTICS Junior Varsity Gymnastics boys are Cfront rowj Randy Curtis, Rex Williams, Duan Cong, Bruce Kennedy, Russell Pruett fback rowj Tim Riley, mgr.g Charles Ellis, Charles Welch, Coy Henry, Randy Justus, Coach Curtis Burch. g'5z ,ft Q f ,Q 2 ,, , s a s, " Q5 5 gg mia walk Q F vw- . 4 -.44 :'y David Burch uses a front support on the high bar to come into a free-hip circle . GYMNASTICS 61 On the balance beam, Laura Mock readies to do a cartwheel. Kathy Phillips rests on balance beam. W 5 fu, YI? 9 fwfr v I ' 14 W fw,,,,,f,,W9 fl Junior Varsity Gymnastics girls are Cfront rowj Kelly Giles, Cindy Anderson, Kathy Phillips, Sarah Enright, Sheila Sherman Cmiddle rowj Coach Curtis Burch, Becky Moore, Sherry O'Hara, Laura Mock, Tammy Banniste Cback rowj Kelly Harper, Jeania Eubanks. 62 GYMNASTICS 1 1 im- ., ,,,,. wry On the rings, Khanh Cong, achieves a back lever. Ieania Eubanks prepares to do back-hip circle . Steve White accomplishes a handstand on parallel bars. GYMNASTICS 63 Roundballers improve tovvarol end of season The 1976-77 Varsity Basketball season ended with a 12 win, 16 loss record. The district play concluded in 4 wins , 8 losses. According to Coach Don Nentwig, the season was not as good as they hoped for. One factor was the loss of two potential starters. Although it took a while for the team to adjust, they began to play well toward the end of the season. The players brought pride to Nimitz in their good effort against such strong competition. Attempting to bring down a rebound is Dave Briles, 1505. Varsity Basketball players are 1front row5 R. Norris 1245, A. Trigg 1105, P. Phillips 1205, B. House 1125, I. Butler 1425 1back row5 Coach Don Nentwig, Mgr. D. Nix, R. Hinojosa 1225, D. Briles 1505, B. Bunn 1445, D Nentwig 1325, A. Aiken 1305, D. Jenkins 1525, A. Ferguson. Coach Phil Bailey. 64 BASKETBALL 'NH Rickey Martin C145 helped boost the score for Nimitz which ended with Grand Prairie 73 and Nimitz 61 . Aubrey Trigg C105 completes a layup for the Viking offense. David Nentwig C329 looks for a receiver. BASKETBALL 65 Coach Don Nentwig prepares his strategy for the next play. Bobby House 1125 struggles to raise the score for the Vikings. Barry Bunn C443 reaches to gain control of the ball. 66 BASKETBALL 7 ,, 2 Barry Bunn C445 shoots two past a Duncanville player. f ' ' Pat Phillips and Alan Ferguson honor Anne Londt, the 1976-77 basketball sweetheart . TT 2"-Www- 'E' .1 'fin iss 4 2- 5 ,V .F M. 1' 'Y , ps 1 . J A 5 , M 5' gp -U -s 'QQ W W X 3 1' Q, ii 'Ib AW -S Jumping high to tip the ball to a Viking player is Barry Bunn 1445. BASKETBALL 67 Alex Aikin 4303 hustles to maintain possession of the ball. David Nentwig C323 shoots two for the Viking team. Isaac Butler 423 shoots the ball C beyond the reach of the Panthers. 68 BASKETBALL , :sal .Q , , ., aff l'L' --1' I 'I V 'ftfsgw' L--.a f- "l '-4.2 Nimitz J. V. bounces back for successful season The Junior Varsity Basketball squad for 1976-'77 had an overall excellent season. Coach Phil Bailey worked with the junior varsity in his first year of high school athletics. The record consisted of 20 wins and 9 losses. The outcome for district play was five wins and seven losses. The Junior Varsity team participated in and won the Arlington and Irving B-team tournaments. The closest game was against Paschall in Fort Worth. The Nimitz players showed the most talent, and out played their opponents winning 61 to 58. Mark Marvin C145 plays aggressive defense for the junior varsity. Junior Varsity Basketball players are Cfront row5 R. Saucedo C225, M. Marvin C145, D. Smith C445, B. Scoggins C105 P Phillips C205 M. Sawyer C125 Cback row5 J. Bean C505, D. Arnold C305, T. McCoy C325, A. Ferguson C425 I Davis C525 R Hinojosa C225, M. Sterling C245, and Coach Phil Bailey. BASKETBALL 69 Wearing a brace for his broken nose, Alan Ferguson C425 practices his lay-ups before a game . Shooting a free throw is Brent Scoggins 1105, who plays guard for the JV team . -..... -. ,,c I Jimmy Davis C525 looks for a rebound during pre-game warm- ups , 1 70 BASKETBALL ,.wMaM,, g Jumping high for two points is Jimmy Davis 1529. During warm-up before the game, Danny Smith 1449 practices shooting . I l Mike Sawyers and Terry McCoy wait to be called in to play. BASKETBALL 71 Freshmen leern new strategies The 1976-77 season proved to be a valuable learning and improving year tor both the Blue and White Freshman Basketball teams. Improvement was made in playing aggressive and alert defense . The White team won 9 and lost 12, the Blue 3, team won 5 and lost 13. Brian Lambert and Mark Robinson wait for the rebound . Blue Tearn Basketball players are 1front row5 C. Taylor 1405, J. Work 1245, P. Jackson 1105, I. Woodall 1205, R Nye 1305, D. Drake 1545 1back row5 Coach Nathan Purvis, K. Harris 1125, L. Howell 1505, M. Robinson 1525, B Lambert 1425. 72 BASKETBALL "' Ken Harris 1125 stands by as teammate Mark Robinson inf-A 1525 waits for the rebound . White Team Basketball players are 1front row5 K. Wolever 1105, D. Carter 1125, C. Hernandez 1225, H. Burgess 1245 1back row5 Coach Nathan Purvis, K. Shrum 1305, R. Saucedo 1325, B. Griffith 1505, D. Tamayo 1425. BASKETBALL 73 ya ,yn A if s 9 4? 15225 1 f ' , f The Freshman Blue team tries to keep possession after the ball is thrown in from out of bounds. i 1 -9 pun 9- 1 ,,, Al A ...O Looking on as the referee tosses the ball is Ken Harris C125 . Jeff Woodall C205 attemps a jump shot. 74 BASKETBALL Nimitz Girls Basketball Team ,oartioipates in first season The Nimitz Girls Basketball Team had 20 members in its first year. Although they did not participate in University Interscholastic League competition, they did face tough opponents such as the former state champs, Duncanville and the 1976-77 state champions, South Oak Cliff. The season ended with 9 wins and 14 losses. The coach was Ms. Janice Maxwell. t, The Viking team moves to position before game play resumes. l Girls Basketball players are Cback rowl Darcey Jones, Susan Staggs, Meladie Mitchell, Lynn Flaherty, lo Ann Coronado, Gloria Davis, and Coach Janice Maxwell Csecond rowj Pam Davis, DeAnn Dunlap, Cindy Windham, Mindy Sterling, Christy Simmons, Stacy Jurecka, Sandy Thornquist and Dana Williams, mgr. Cfirst rowj Katy Lopez, Jodie Peysen, Taryn Whitley, Kim Weddle, and Stacie Dane. I BASKETBALL 75 l Lynn Flaherty C203 shoots a free throw to gain points for the Vikings. Viking team member C305 tips the ball to her teammates during the Nimitz - MacArthur game. '39 32 Stacy Iurecka C323 passes the ball to the Vikings as a Cardinal attempts to block. 76 BASKETBALL ,-f .. 'wiliivlffl :iam .aff NsGw byggv 'PQ u an Fpbti uv--'sf' 'W W,,,-..ff-'mkmffw s - . The Vikings scramble for the ball in a game against L g 'W 1 Q "'1'i' MacArthur. 4 Susan Staggs C341 watches as her teammates attempt a free throw . MUSJ '34 rt- : K f if g my 4 , ' i if -.af -- A I I i The season's high scorer, Susan Staggs 1343, attempts a free 3-5 throw . BASKETBALL 77 Wrestlers win honors The Nimitz Varsity Wrestling team placed third in the conference in the 1976- 77 year. Three members won conference championship, and qualified for participation in the state meet. Coach Curtis Burch worked with varsity members throughout the season, which concluded with 10 wins and 2 losses. This was a great accomplishment for the wrestling team, which had been a weak sport at Nimitz in the past. With a greater enrollment, the team was divided into varsity and junior varsity squads. The year ended with Nimitz placing seventh in the state. Blair Ward puts a coffee grinder on his opponent from Bishop Lynch High School. .wr-fsvunr Varsity Wrestling team members are Cback rowj D. Strohmier, asst. coach, R. Ruiz, B. Ward, J. Peiser, G. Charlton, F. Reyna, G. Cates, J. Banda, Coach Burch Cfront rowj B. Morgenson, N. Lovell, T. Wilcox, S. Hurst, B. Nelson, M. Horton, R. Magby, G. Sturch. 78 WRESTLING -9410 Joe Banda holds an opponent in a coffeegrinder in an attempt to pin him. Greg Sturch receives instructions from a referee . 3 2. - ' JQ.g,,, ' 'K'ff':'2r,' Tommy Wilcox holds his opponent in a chicken-wing hold . WRESTLING 79 Bret Morgenson has his opponent in a reverse half nelson. The opponent has a Nimitz wrestler in a shoulder-head lock Blair Ward has his opponent in a referee's hold . Blair went on to win'third in state. 80 WRESTLING J. V. Wrestlers master forms Junior Varsity Wrestlers work out daily to learn correct forms, holds and pins . The only opportunity for interscholastic competition as a junior varsity member is as a substitute for a disabled varsity wrestler. Coach Curtis Burch anticipates the progression of many members to the varsity squad in the upcoming year. Greg Sturch has his opponent in a referee's hold . Greg won first place in the state finals. unior Varsity Wrestlers are Cback rowj Coach Curtis Burch Csecond rowj Kevin Burk, Bud Wyche , Tarl Taylor, irgil Remley and Leroy Kemper Qfirst rowj Raymond Banda, Bryce Burke, Tim Horn, Butch Jones, and Mike iVlcCullar. WRESTLING 81 Young team exhibits ability The 1976-'77 Nimitz Baseball team was a young squad, but as the year progressed they became fundamentally sound. Coach Tom Ladusau was a new face at Nimitz . He came to the team in the middle of last year's season. The team, which primarily consisted of underclassmen, started their workouts in early February with only four players returning from last year. Nimitz participated in 12 non-district games and won 8 . They got off to a slow start in district play, but improved as the season progressed. The year's greatest honor was bringing home a first place trophy won at the Garland Tournament in March. Durin a Saturda workout, Coach Tom Ladusau watches the team S Y practice. l 1 Varsity Baseball players are Cfront rowj R. Kesterson, B. Shelton, I. Roberson, G. Garcia, D. Spearman, B. Harwell, P. Sanford, R. Presley Cmiddle rowb H. Holbrook, D. Witt, F. Mayhall, R. Torrez, P. Underwood, i B. Mahalik, D. Williams, D. Webb, S. Rogers, Mgr. Cback rowj Coach, T. Ladusau, D. Jackson, G. Patrick,, D. Flores, G. Strong, W. Sloan, Mgr. 82 BASEBALL , K Gr-S. if sy W ff'f an sz E 2 5 Mia? tgrtt? , , h Qgwwff 'Q'-t-'itfiqfzma ifwm, t at 1 , 'iff . . 1 xl 5, ,, Q x qt, 1 534 is 4 if E Sig s SE ,ef ,, .. ,M M f f Q, 1 A -ggggglgtp ifffhigag L 's'g+wQxggv4?4ffF'igx1g- . 1,51 ',,. H 5155+ Mfiiliei RJR. X' ia, , vw -w sry . ,..S'7t - sa- .M x ww 'twins gfrig. W we that KTQQK X -a n ,au R Q-K .ts..w.4 A? .X Fe: I 1 . - Niki . . ., t my , Q.. . 11161 ,bv 5 , ,Q ,,r-rf,.g'fps1wt-Q f 7 1. ' A Wxfffgfvff be t . Wm. , y Q. ' , K ' "" lf- ww' f'ff'?f '1.,,f7 -' ' ' , -- ,, ,... K' 5" . 3551253fr,..,:::,..,v1yf Q-- Q' a 1 1 an . . . . W ...- fm. Wyh- Q " 12.3 R 'lym t 5 - "52g1zfC'-,5 5, 1 f'gp3,1,k ",'. it'-fl'5 , 5.11-f Mui: -i?,iief5ff5"'f .ak ."-- EfflxgTetfffkffifli.s.NQff5',tL'25-I5 4 - 'fAAA -'-. Doug Spearman capes Baseball Sweetheart , Jo Norris. At home plate, catcher, Gordon Strong stoops to catch the ball. In position, Dennis Webb awaits the ball. BASEBALL 83 5 g . . t M p,gt,,4,' 54 ",,yf:.5.a ,i .t f, A-s f giggn, ,i ' "' , Q.-f',.4f2i a f W ff .- -. M-V .awk Jean Flores works on catching grounders from first base . Catcher Jimmy Roberson waits for the ball from the pitcher. Donnie Jackson prepares for a long throw . 84 BASEBALL I ..AV p G. 4.44 f 4 ' 'ini' , '. " Q, ff -I-H+, A ' '3. . fr ,,- M-af: A 4 ,ry M, if A , , .WW - L sf A ,nv 9' f i ,,. f Wg ,,ju,',. U fe Y A A -W 4 M i p -, - ffm .. . i I . I x Watching from the dugout, Brad p Shelton and Roger Kesterson take a break from practice . Team captain, Bryan Harwell who has played Varsity for three years, uses entire body strength to slam the ball. BASEBALL 85 Teammates pair off in practice toimprove throwing and catching abilities. Randy Presley watches the game from the dugout . , .,.1X ,1,,,,,, , - r,,,, L 1 , , ff - Ya 1 ff wa: we . if 1' s . 4 ' W ' ' " -,fwffg wl -Mfg f gf W i n H 'K X -K, , , ax rw fr K S 1 'I Q, , - "' F. .. , f Y ' f, I '. A14 - x As part of the daily workout, Coach Ladasau bats the ball outfield, as practice for outfielders . 86 BASEBALL Au.- The Junior Varsity Baseball Team had a slow start in the 1976-77 season. They had 4 wins and 5 losses and 3 cancellations. Members of the J.V . team set goals to help them become varsity team members. Players gained experience in Junior Varsity games, though the season was shorter than the Varsity's. Coach for the team was Phil Bailey. Billy Cooper, starting pitcher, concentrates before pitching. --I.. A if Q Junior Varsity Baseball players are Ctop rowj Tom Hernandez, Chuck Partney, James Cain, Chris Flores, Stuart Crenshaw, Kevin Story, Tony Pompa, Coach Bailey Cmiddle rowj Ricky Willis, Billy Cooper, Steve Mayo, Scott Kemp, Bobby Mahalik, Robert Sanchez, Mark Bennett Qbottom rowj Keith Meeks, Freddie DelaTorre, Randy Presley, Britt Morgensen. BASEBALL 87 Tommy Hernandez pitches the ball as Coach Phil Bailey walks C v I C M. nm' off the field. X-NXT. Rama Sweet bunts the ball at batting practice . Catcher Chuck Partney stays in position for the oncoming ball. 88 BASEBALL ' WS gwx Team members wait in line for batting practice. Second baseman, Robert Sanchez , is at bat. brow . L, LVQK JL g,',:1,f i s WN r-.MV t . Yr, V' '., . ,A '17, "?.'i'3"Z',1f' L ,,'-mil - -I-V.. I- Hp. 1-MJ.,,f Ahh . w t- MJ- nh .' ffm - - :YQ , ,,,,'g',p7x 5.-4 - fyfamlft 5,5 wwf' E35 ':""f ty 4 ".1f4+9?f.s ,gl .f,,f...g 135- .A agzjgzj'-5r'9 if if-ia 'ti 34- lay: f,hej,g2fff!g ' .,s'1vQ5.:'QyQ1 .4-t--,Q - f:gl?l,'fj'ff' .y ff'-f"5 Qxqy 'ggi Jgriggfg 5 M3-Ei'::.gf Tfyflnfr fungi? 7 v 761944 ff U 4'Vff,3e1Q7,p'4 La' -if" . . ,f Qipvdgfgg f i - s t : .mf , , I f ,QW www if -xiii ora a E ,W u it ,W ,ye 'Q .4k,,,,,,,-,,,. N," 'if ggw W F1-.1 , M takin' I 5 'friiatz 5.1.3. - s I V I I ,. W, . ' , ,., , , 1 QM., . - r--5' 'u-- X- " X ,153 ' . " a, . -.A A w -If-'P-, ' 4 ' ' , ' ' ' ' A". vw. In daily workouts, teammates work on throwing and catching. BASEBALL 89 Boys practice daily to improve abilities The Boys Varsity Track team began conditioning early for the 1976-'77 season. Coach Dean Pikes i coached the tracksters in individual events, which helped gather team points. Nimitz competed in a seven school district. Two of the more outstanding meets were the Bowie T Relays, where the tracksters placed third, and the Colt Relays, with Vikings taking fourth . ? 6 Coach Fikes talks to varsity track members , about the daily workout. J Varsity Track members are Cback rowb Robert Nicholas, Marty Senstock, Billy Harris, Ronnie Bentley, Steve Willaford , Fred Hott, Monny Webster, Kim Ball Csecond rowb George Tennison, Paul Sollenberger, Kurt Chase, Charles Lester, Kyle Cornell, Dennis Moore, Donnie Webster, Raymond Ruiz Cthird rowj Frankie Hamilton, Boo Miles, lim Calvert, Cleo Coronado, Kerry Pope. 90 TRACK bs r ,,,. ,,W,,V me fa .-f, es A YV! VV- l Iii. ,gi I F 1'- .-JG lflifl K- r 'K '.A 7 l V' W 'I . 3 wi, lm my Cindermen walk to relax muscles l . W l' ' after running. l ,, ,, .ff gg f,::2'ff'? W ,--f Riiffw ,Anna-fl -4.-.hmmm-, 'Nur ,-...ff f ef r i NX , N440 relay runners Billy Harris and Boo Miles perfect hand-off skills in a designated time. P l ...HQ ff, W, TRACK 91 Each track member understands the importance of stretching before events. Monny Webster concentrates on clearing the hurdles. ".. WVU' df.-5 q ja, by XAJSQQ 5, , ' . ' ,rj . -.,,-15f,w"'iffp1,. f ,rv 1 'H wr mesa.-? . as f1L":' Q " g2ffQ"ff1,rf ,nf-Ffa' 'rr , .:'- ':. M' ' gp, ' ,M H we , ,,f,ff,r , . pw 1 aa ,. ,.., ' ' , . 'Q' ' u.1 1415 Q-'kk W f . Y 1, ,-" . 1 ,, - f I 1:1 aim, ':'z:.:-vfwz--ww :-wr A I- J .- Q v ,XM-i,., few, fbffyf ,wil '.,3L,..wf,-vm:,M f,f,5P'r. 'V '- f efvwm'fzwigfif2223215-QkfiwfWT? , 2 gm. Q Kr , W, rf. if kt . , .yyr qw Q .Q 92 TRACK N. Endurance of freshmen nurdled to second place The ten Freshmen Track team members won second place in district competition this year. David Peiser and Waylon Hargrove were consistent high scorers. Richard Crabtree was high point person. Coach David Hardy backed the freshmen team and predicted that these tracksters will give depth to next year's varsity team . Toby Hudson, an 880 runner, works to prolong his endurance . Freshman track members are Ctop rowb Kevin Toler, Richard Crabtree , Waylon Hargrove, Jimmy Howard, David Peiser, Daniel Tamayo, Coach David Hardy Cmiddle rowb Butch Jones, Greg Horning, Benny Ingram, Jack McDaniel, Jed Daniel, Toby Hudson Cbottom rowb Mike Brower, Robert Anzaldua, Chris Hutto, David West . TRACK 93 4' Uesff- W. "EL-s . Richard Crabtree, high point person, and Robert Anzaldua, compose themselves after running during practice . , , X j ff?aW'1"W's ' vim N qs 1 1' 'wi' .I . J133' . V- .t N 3 spite ,. .xr , ,' Q9 X31 ,siefergg NNW' '-'J .I ' A 5.',g ., -fggcmsifhi Coach Hardy gives instructions on discus throwing to Waylon Hargrove. 94 TRACK is Qs bag again? af 'f' 52: fmt H f -s1L.g--vying,-QM 'Nh- Qyi is , ,.-s, t ,t WW, A E Q t-. qw. Wit: fffw f Wpgxwt K was at sa "ogg, fi al Ytyii at kim:-3' 915' is YQMU 'W H , ,fs2fri,Q 3 ' fffflz-Sa?-si,i3Ti , 1' . ., ,,. ' 4, V' M Q z - 5 V . 1 Q ml David Peiser exerts himself in order to maintain his consistency in the long jump. Girls complete second year In their second year of competition, the Girls Track team did well for a young, inexperienced team, producing one district winner. Coach Linda Kingcaid held daily workouts to improve skills and times. Events in which the girls placed consistently were 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, and the long jump. Team captain, Marsha Thomas Cfar rightj gets set in the blocks before the 100 yard dash. .,,,,.,,.,.-...an-nov'- Girls' Track team members are Cback rowb Joann Coronado, Cindi Pompa, mgr. , Marlina Brown, Terri Ferritor, Darcy Jones, Val Thompson, Coach Linda Kingcaid, Ann Tyler, Linda Hudson, Jodie Peysen, Tresa Taylor, Susan Fackler, mgr. Cmiddle rowj Judy Barnhill, Judy Hoover, Kathy Sekula, Risa Raper, Marlene Kemp, Luann Manning, Stacy Jurecka Cfront rowj Belinda Medley, Ginger Riggs, Anita Davis, Michelle Klempin, Donna Woods, Marsha Thomas, Toni Pipkins. TRACK 95 I iam 49' We ""'X Xi, Cindy Windham and Terri Ferritor weigh in their In a daily workout, Stacy Jureka works to improve shots before competition. her time before upcoming meets. 96 TRACK i Ei3fi Liiflfsagfi Yffffifi . flfffffx I ,,.. s .' ,ey A K uf-sfiif' ff'f"I'y4-ei M A ,,:2L?v,d?g,T??l?a,eiy 3' fi.-ef, La is R l V Lln the 880 relay Anita Davis hands off to last leg runner, Donna Woods. Coach Linda Kingcaid finds laughter in one of her team talks. M fl -v-:fi 880 runner, Belinda Medley, finishes the last lap of her race . TRACK 97 The 1976-'77 Golf team practiced daily at L. B. Houston golf course. They participated in fourteen tournaments this year. The tournaments were held in such places as Denton, Brookhollow, Arlington, and Fort Worth. Members also played in Irving and Dallas Invitationals . David Fillmore sets to tee off. Bending into his swing is Don Hurley . -. . f f WW- . fi f " A ' K if 1 A n it fy 45 i 1? X ' ,, Q, Z' ff if 1 V. ' t ' t ,.,, Q I 2 ' ' . 3 P 6' -5 V fi 5' A, Q , V i " my , .t,, tw ,M Q KJ V' jg, Q ,, t iff . V L , K. -yy , A' A r ,K . - , ' t .,,v-Q1-fir ,, 5 "" ,,,,,t J M -,t'-' T t t , ,,,, ' 't" T tyti ' . , ' , ,ft t f ,"" . f.w -, , 2 M 'fi if Golf team members are: Ctop rowj Coach Coy Williams, Mike Hurley, David Fillmore, Benny Martin, Jimmy Allen fbottom rowj Don Hurley, Rito Martinez, Carry Duke. 98 GOLF Golfers work for self improvement ,. .4- . s .r -fy. While participating in a his second shot. After chipping the ball Carry l Mike Hurley concentrates on qualifying round, Bobo Allen hits Duke , watches to see the results . where he is going to put the ball. GOLF 99 During a daily practice , Mike Hurley warms up. Benny Martin leans into the shot. Using correct form, Rito Martinez completes his follow through. 100 GOLF . .,., M., .ff 3 fx Qu ,H Nimifz swimmers stroke for successful season Seven students represented Nimitz's first swimming team this year. Members helped accumulate team points by swimming in Trinity and Lewisville meets. These students worked out with Irving and v MacArthur students at the Irving YMCA . Q if trtt ' Coach Carol West helped all three high schools to develop better competitive skills. J. Ramsey practices for the upcoming swim meet. NSwim team members are Cback rowb Steve Daniels, Danny Haley, Windell McGill, Doug Hall Cfront rowb 'Debbie Rowe, Jerry Durham, J. Ramsey. SWIMMING 101 r . . 4 m wwk ' "" ' Q ' " " ' V- V '4,' ' 4 .L-xr qi'-. 'HN' ,hi .h , .a Q, ,L , . , 11,5 , K K Q. I ,.. Q 4, . iq- I ,n r , - me ,W 3.3. V :afghan .. .- , r K r R. , qt , xg 1- ,h aff-f f W e x A fl., Danny Haley faboveb follows through with the backstroke . Windell McGill performs the breast stroke . I02 SWIMMING in One of the more difficult forms, the butterfly, is demonstrated by Windell McGill . iefore a race, Doug Hall, uses the starting blocks for his dive. SWIMMING 1 O3 New coach joins Nimitz Soccer Team The Boys Varsity Soccer Team began its second year with new players. The team played against Irving, MacArthur, Duncanville , South Grand Prairie, and Grand Prairie High School. High school soccer was new to Coach Adolfo Soto, who had only worked with junior leagues before. Coach Soto predicts a better season next year, with most of the players returning. Chuck McAdams Ccornerj kicks the ball to a teammate. The Varsity Soccer boys are Cback rowj Chuck McAdams Virgil Jarrard Daryl Drab David Garcia Phillrp Underwood, Kerry Hunt, Lee Davis, Warren Groff, Coach Adolf Soto Cfront rowj David DeLetorre Tommy Weaver, Ernesto Garcia, Scott Simmons, Ray Cuff, Billy McGlone Barry Pike Raymond Zuniga Alex Soto 104 SOCCER Em. J. V. Soccer Team begins first year The 1976-77 year was the first for Junior Varsity Boys Soccer team . Practice was held daily in order for team members to better their skills. The Junior Varsity squad participated in the same district with the Varsity. Varsity Coach Adolfo Soto divided his time to work with Junior Varsity players . One of the outstanding aspects of the team, noted by Coach Soto, was their ability to work together. Mike Miller leans into his pass while moving forward for a goal. The Junior Varsity Soccer players are Cback rowj Scott Dean, Dwayne Buchanan, David Maner, Mike Miller, Dale Williams, Jessie Garcia Cfront rowj Kenny Robinson, Steve Tittle, Jerry Durham, Freddie Hernandez, Dan Wood, Kelly Redding. SOCCER IO5 HWY? mv T W mfr W' ' fi ' f ur -wr W Z XXXMM2 X5 exalt? ik.-' .1 . ww' - Varsity Soccer girls are ffront rowj Donna McDonald, Becky Enriquez, Vicki Taylor, Judy Barnhill, Dana Spearman, Rica Garcia, Anita Moreno, Debbie Hightower Cback rowj Robin Morris, Linda Fritz , Coach Gerald Eccher, Rosa Esquival, Sherri Calhoon, Doreen Karnanicky. From the sidelines, Judy Barnhill and Anita Moreno watch their teammates play. 106 SOCCER Girls Soccer Team recognized by school. The Nimitz Girls Varsity Soccer Team completed a successful third season this year losing only three games. This is the first year for the team, which is associated with the North Texas High School Girls Soccer Association, to be recognized through the school. Gerald Eccher, a former soccer player, coached the girls through the season as they faced such tough opponents as R. L. Turner, Irving, MacArthur, Grand Prairie and Duncanville. This year was the first year for the junior varsity team. The JV members learned new skills which would help them as they advanced to the varsity. Captain was Cindy Pierce. Coach Paul Pena directs a player onto the field . 0417 QW? 'H' QXHITQ l Junior Varsity Soccer girls are Crop rowj Janis Jackson Mylinda Synder, Tammi Huser, Stacy Collins, Coach Paul Pena Melinda Moore Kerri Smith Kay Johnson Cbottom rowb Laura Sellers, Becky Williams, Cindy Hall Cindy Pierce Tammy Jenkins Debbie Rangel Liz Trimble. SOCCER Girls Varsity player, Rica Garcia, discusses a play with Coach Eccher. During a varsity workout, Ray Cuff, practices trapping the ball. Tammi Huser gets ready for a throw in after a penalty. 108 SOCCER - ., , fwffwgf " 'sk' ., 'V -1 flu ,s :+4ru.J'1V"-v 's s f-"1 IQ' , is , , Ai :,uQf'LQA J?ff19'Egx,,f.fm,kgw WSQM2-L A VL,..,.m mph! 4, Q kf,,,,J,f4,,...5.,j:1g'2m, Amina , ASM 2 sf Uv- , - Movie Q y ' ' ' K5:3-llfjf'YFQX-"QZQz"M' J.,,,,, In a Junior Varsity scrimmage, David Maner prevents the ball from going out of bounds. 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L ' 'iq' 0 ,gy "-11... , 't' f -5,-.":2,.w Qi'-1"I ' ' 0 Q ' . 9 III 4 I is ,rf au 4 ls? X1 N -4 ' 'I' '- 3- "pf 6' ' "VI 2.5" l.,'fI 4 ' :J ' ttxlf " 4 .Iu:.':. v ' I , 'I H- I -L I Q' -,: I -' 1.1 X ax ,I ' Q.. ' .- - I 1 I I ' O X I . ., 15 .g. ' , .' ' S 51 fl, 4 1' ,' O I F , . ,Xen ' -' ' Q' : o J 1 ' - A 5 u, ' , , , , . , , .. .Av . ' x A , ' 'I I xx . "7 ox-,'v1'I1' 4 f. -' n X Ax . . .tt .g. :-.5 danny 20729, ORGANIZATIONS I I I Vikas prepare dances for year's activities The Vikas showed great pride and interest as they performed many routines throughout the year. They performed at all football games and pep rallies. Vika officers attended O .U. in June and learned many routines. While attending officer camp they won two superior ribbons. In July the drill team went to T . C.U. where they brought home one superior trophy , three superior ribbons, and one honorable mention. Sponsor of the drill team is Dotye Stanford. 1976-77 Vikas are: Crop rowj Belinda Warren, Cathy Hamilton, Joni Mammen, Pam Sanders, Renee Rich, Glenna Rowland, Darla Nix Cmiddle rowj Sheri Sanders, Lea Embuscado, Tamie Bryan, Dawn Thompson, Carol Monsees, Melynda Woodard, Leah Hayden, Lisa Saunders Cbottom rowb Beatrice Esquivel, Sonya Thorson, June Sherman, Kathy Ramsey, Sherry McGinnes, Risa Ford, Joan Alexander. 112 ORGANIZATIONS Q K 1 , X , t V L 'Z 5 f x " J ' ' 5 , , K I tl M .. N f' , ' 'J A ,, ,Pg 1 W - , - f ' f ' , "ff, A ' sy z l izie wh . -, 1--ig -S.-1 '5f'f1 Yrs- .,.5'sf'.t' wf-. .-Vffmy. mf . il tif ff - N ,3T.E3."4'b34"y N " ' , N - , 'isfi si- In ts' - , ' t ' if 1 , I , 1. T A - - E -.'-., X - ' - -N ' ., . . - X -if ' A :fir -X" ua. sr' ,XC ' I Vika officers are: Ctopj Debbie Pollei, captain Ccenterj Sheri Bryan, co-captaing Melissa Meeks, lieutenant, Dawn Goodman, lieutenant Cbottomj Tracey McCurdy , lieutenant , and Sophia Montellano, lieutenant. .J if ltop rowj Marchel Trimble, LouAnn Smith, Cindy Green, Debbie Rogers, Brenda Boccieri, Diana Barton, Karen Brewer Cmiddle rowb Ieana Sawyer, Donna Wright, Lisa Irwin, Freida Combs, Lisa Brewer, Carol Fritz, .iz Trimble Cbottom rowl Annette Bilbrey, Lisa Hayden, Marilyn Layne, Terri Hudson, Rene Pate, Janet foung , and Jackie Lamb. I ORGANIZATIONS I 13 iff .V vs 95" if The 1976-77 Varsity cheerleaders are: ftop rowj Kelley Murphy, and Rosanne Ruiz Ccenterb Karen Stephens Cbotrom rowb Marty Randle, Vicki Graham, and Linda Hudson. Head cheerleader Crightj Marty Randle seems pleased at the spirit shown by the crowd at a pep rally in the courtyard . 114 ORGANIZATIONS Varsity cheerleaders stress slogans io back Vikings The slogan, "Here We Come A Truckin In" along with the cheer "Go Bananas" was greatly stressed by the Varsity cheerleaders as they cheered the Vikings on to victory . Varsity Cheerleaders, made up of juniors and seniors, cheer all varsity sports events. Among their activities, they planned and performed at all pep rallies, decorated hall lockers, initiated spirit slogans, judged doors for Spirit Week, and planned parties for athletic participants. During the summer, they attended Sam Houston College. While attending camp they learned many new cheers and chants, and brought back four superior ribbons, one excellent ribbon, a spirit stick, which was awarded to the twelve most spirited squads, and were selected to compete for the award of excellence. Their sponsor is Miss Shirley Mayhugh. 79 Linda Hudson Ctopl warns the opposing team to beware of the Vikings. Karen Stephens, Vicki Graham and Rosanne Ruiz Cleftj await their cue before performing at a pep rally. ORGANIZATIONS I 15 JV cheerleaders add spirit to athletic events Junior Varsity cheerleaders, a new addition to Nimitz this year, are made up of six sophomores. They were elected by the freshman class in the spring to support Junior Varsity activities during their sophomore year. J .V. Cheerleaders attended home games, participated in pep rallies, and made signs for all Junior Varsity activities. Cheerleading camp was part of their summer workout, and while attending camp they received five blue superior ribbons, one Super Squad ribbon, and one honorable mention ribbon. Mrs. Susan Hopkins is their sponsor. Becky McCarrell Ctop rightj head cheerleader, leads cheers at J. V . games to boost spirit. Tina Taylor Cbottom rightj cheers the Vikings on to victory at a basketball game. J.V. cheerleaders Cabovej Tammy Hindman, Stacie Stipes, and Lisa Ross introduce Junior Varsity Football players during a pep rally. I I6 ORGANIZATIONS Junior Varsity cheerleader sponsor, Mrs. Susan Hopkins, Cleftb discusses the cheerleaders performance at a basketball game. The 1976-'77 junior varsity cheerleaders are: Crop centerj Lisa Ross Ccenterj Becky McCarrell Cbottom rowj Stacie Stipes, Vicky Wilson, Tammy I-Iindman, and Tina Taylor. ORGANIZATIONS I 17 Big Vik and Vodahn denote Viking symbols Each year two people are selected to represent the traditional Viking symbols as Vodahn and Big Vik. Anthony Parma, Vodahn, was selected for his gymnastic ability and Tim Moore was named Big Vik for his size and strength. Both attended pep rallies and games to help to boost the Viking spirit. Vodahn, Anthony Parma , Ctop rightj shows respect during a pep rally as the school song is being played Big Vik, Tim Moore, Cbottom rightj serves as Nimitz's mascot and attends football and basketball games. Anthony Parma Cbelowj helps Viki Graham decorate the office during homecoming. H8 ORGANIZATIONS Crew publicizes and supports Viking spirit The Crew, a spirit organization at Nimitz , is designed to support and publicize the activities of different groups in the school. Crew is the sponsor of the Spirit Award, awarded to the class with the most spirit at each pep rally. They also make signs to place in the halls throughout the year. One of their money making projects this year was the Mistletoe Messages where sutdents bought different messages fixed on construction paper in the shape of Christmas ornaments to send to their friends. Sponsor Miss Shirley Mayhugh was assisted by the new tennis coach, Miss Kay Butler. Judy Calhoun, Crew member, decorates the halls for a basketball game. Crew members are Cthird rowj Lou Ann Freeman Mathew Morse, Wayne Franklin, Beverly Freeman Csecond rowj Gina Pogue Gracie Parker Marchell Oliver ffirst rowj Miss Mayhugh, Miss Butler. ORGANIZATIONS l I 9 Student Council sponsors many successful projects The 1976-'77 Student Council, made up of four officers and fifteen representatives from each class, became involved in various projects throughout the year. Student Council representatives were elected by classes in the fall of this year. Their duty was to attend all Student Council meetings and then report to assigned homerooms to discuss what happened at the meetings. The officers attended conventions and planned and organized meetings. Student Council members made over 951,200 selling candles in one of their money making projects. Other successful projects were Homecoming and the Skjonnhet pageant. Sponsors for Student Council are Mrs. Linda Halcomb, Mrs. Sarah Guerry, and Miss Penny Hervey. Mike Ussery, president of the Student Council, was master of ceremonies at the Skjonnhet pageant. Freshman representatives are: Ctop rowj Bruce Garner, John Randle, Anita Davis Cindy Curry Shere Mayes Sherry O'Hara Cbottom rowb Susan Stearns, Laura Mock, Kim Weddle, Keri McFarland Kathy Phillips and Angle McCoy . 120 ORGANIZATIONS l V 5 w -J n-. Sophomore representatives are: Crop rowj Jimmy Allen, Lynda Cotton, Ricky Hinojosa, Gayla Covington, Stacie Stipes, Monny Webster Cbottom rowj Don Witt, Annette Bilbrey, Chris Flores, and Janet Copeland. Student Council officers Cleftj are: Mike Ussery, presidentg Iaci Hackett, vice-president and Martha Caliejas, treasurer. ORGANIZATIONS Junior representatives are: Ctop rowj Rhonda Ruiz , Lisa Hayden, Darla Nix, Jean Leibensberger, Susan Fackler, d Raymond Ruiz Cbottom rowj Dennis Moore, Leah Hayden, Renee Rich, Marilyn Layne, Debbie Layton, an Barry Pike . Mrs. Linda Halcomb, Crightl one of the Student Council sponsors is A busy inflating balloons to sell at . y a pep rally. ik 122 ORGANIZATIONS ...al The scenery in the background Cleftb was done by members of the Student Council for the Homecoming dance . Senior representatives are: Crop rowl Kim Carter, Io Norris, Rosanne Ruiz, Linda Hudson, Sarah Guerry, sponsorg and Linda Halcomb, sponsor Cbottom rowb Lee Davis, Kathy Price, Sophia Montellano, Sheri Bryan, V1ck1 Graham, and Jackie Lamb. ORGANIZATIONS 123 Vice members prepare for contests and exhibits The Vocational Industrial Club of America participated in many successful projects during the year. They had several doughnut sales and their biggest project was the Viking T-Shirt sale. V.I. C.A . 's most successful project was a car wash. In March they competed with other V .I. C . A . clubs in a 12 county district meeting in skill- speed contests and exhibits. The winners of these events advanced to the State V. I . C . A. convention and contests in April. The only membership requirement was that all members be enrolled in I. C . T . , Industrial Cooperative Training. They are sponsored by Mr. Robert King. Patty Lanier, ftop rightj vice-president, helps plan some of VICA's activities. Tim Zimmerman Cabovel works on an outline for his VICA project. Delwyn Black fbottom rightj reviews textbook material for his report. 124 ORGANIZATIONS Q ,. ,jf V I fa , - X ,,'.' of , L i 3 Tab an Jerry Waggoner ftop leftj works on a class assignment in ICT . Tim Moore, Cbottorn lefty an active member of the VICA club carries Mr. King's "potty pass. " V f ,. 1 f 6 Mark Greenwood Cabovej works hard in Mr. King's ICT class. ORGANIZATIONS 125 DECA members participated in competitive events The main purpose of the Distributive Education Club of America is to provide leadership, opportunity, competitive events, and social activities for Distributive Education students. D.E.C . A. members participated in various activities such as a Dance-A-Thon for Muscular Dystrophy, a get acquainted breakfast, bake sales, pickle sales, and an employer-employee banquet. They also competed in area competitive events and State D.E.C.A. competitive events in Tyler and Dallas. D.E.C.A. members also sell school supplies at the school store located in front of the cafeteria. The advisor of D . E . C . A . is Miss Penny Hervey. David Rutledge , Crightj a DECA member, seems to enjoy his job at Wood Products. John Keatts and Gerry Miller Cabovej sell pickles to raise money for the club's treasury. Donna Kemper, Cleftj employee at Parklane Hosiery, sees to it that her job gets done. 126 ORGANIZATIONS M."lUn-num WMM Debbie Rogers, Crop lefty a checker at Kroger Food Stores, concentrates on her work. Harrell Lewis, DECA member is employed at Irving Daily News. Nita Cavin and Carla Massingill Caboveb go to the office first period and sell pickles. ORGANIZATIONS Nimitz bend rated high in Solo and Ensemble The Nimitz band participated in various activities during the school year, such as a Christmas concert, spring concert, and many contests. Their most successful contest was the Solo and Ensemble contest held at Nimitz . In this contest, they received first division in 2 events, excellent in 13 events, good in 2 events, and they received 57 medals in individual events. Mr. Earl Haberkamp is the band director, and assistants are Mr. Jim McGahee and Mr. Brian Merrill. The 1976-77 Band officers are Cback rowb Kim Carter, Russ Carpman, Jerry Hayes Cmiddle rowj Danna O'Callaghar1, Carol Citzler, Sherre White Cfront rowj Jimmy Patterson, Mary Grigsby, and Jody Puckett. i , F I 'Q S Q ,. lf , ,f wxl 'ft J? The 1976-77 Stage Band members are Cstandingj Jimmy Patterson, Mark Derr Kent Lewis David Reinhard Randy Hicks, Robbie Dorris, Marty Senstock, Russ Carpman, Chris Neel Rrckr Record Barry P1ke Lary Dorsey, Matt Warner, Randy Rhoads, Kurt Headrick, Brian Merril Director Ckneelrngj Jeff Stranc Steve Hackett, Kelly Rushfeldt, and Chad Bailey. The stage band performed at the talent show the Slqonnhet pageant, and other school activities. This year was the first year that the stage band went to contest I if CONCERT Flutists are Kellie Allen, Angie Stevens, Letha lvie, and Barbara Tuscana. Clarinetists are Cback rowj Scott Sarandis, Bonnie Boyd, Ramona Watts, Johnny Young, Elizabeth Clough Cfront rowb Tricia Linton, Celinda Lindsey, Debbie Lemaster, and Twana Rankin. Saxophonists and Double Reeds are Walter Betts, Angie Petty, Steve Hackett, Judy Keane, Darci Bartlett, and Sherre White. ORGANIZATIONS 129 Horns and Bass Clarinetists are Cback rowb Angie McCoy, Lori Caviness, Regina Gebert, Twanda Dorris, Lisa Geren Cfront rowj Michelle McGlone, Melinda Moore, John Carroll, and Jean Oliver. Cornetists are Cback rowj Kevin Quinn, Richard Brewster, Mike Stevens, Ronnie Freeman, Tommy Spencer Qfront rowy Gerald Hicks, Pat Snapka , Ray Bridges, and Doug Little. Low Brass and String Bass members are fback rowj Wayne Overland, Chris Stranc, Dionne Oliver, Daniel Barnhart, Tommy Evans Cfront rowj Chris Wyatt, Paul Smith, David Smith, John Burrow, Mitchell Wilson, and Lynn Flaherty. 130 ORGANIZATIONS Percussionists are Connie Schnaiderman, Allen Chance, Eddie Wells, Dewey Ford , and Billy Ford. S YMPHONIC Flutists and oboeists are Cback rowj Robin Works, Cindy Thibideau, Phyllis White, Sue Edwards Cfront rowj Helen Rogers, Kim Carter, Debbie McConaghie , Phyllis Turner, and Connie Lambert. Clarinetists are Cback rowj Robbie Neurath, Becky Harrison, Sandra Bamburg, Conrad Vickroy Cfront rowb Carol Cirzler, John Thomas, Laura Jones, Sharon Sumrall, Rita Pearson, and Angela DeWater. ORGANIZATIONS 131 Jimmy Patterson qtop lefty was elected as the band beau for the 1976- 77 school year. He is an officer of the band as well as a drum major. Bass clarinetists Ctop rightj and bassoonists are Cback rowj Karen Jones, Paula Conner, Julia Kent Cfront rowj Jimmy Patterson, Marion Halecker, Danna O'Callaghan, and Leann Garms. Saxophonists are Cback rowj Jack Gresham, Richard Brannock, Jeff Stranc, Jay Rylant Cfront rowj Kelly Rushfeldt, Steve Patrick, Mary Grigsby, and Chad Bailey. Cornets and Euphonium are Cback rowj Randy Rhodes, Chris Neel, Doug Hensley, Jackie Williams ffront rowj Marty Senstock, Barry Pike, Lary Dorsey, Randy Hicks, and Robert Garnett. 132 ORGANIZATIONS 3 4. M--... s-..a....... Kim Carter Crop rightj was chosen as the 1976- 77 band sweetheart. Kim is also a band officer. Hornists Crop lefty are Jerry Hayes, Jody Puckett, David Holmes, Brenda Barnes, Rhonda Wray, and Lisa English. Tuba and Trombonists are Qback rowj David Reinhard, Mike Kirby, Jim Sears, James Gross Cfront rowj Russ Carpman, Robbie Dorris, Ricki Record, and Blake Williams. Percussionists are Susan Canterbury, Mark Derr, David Schnaiderman, Marlene Edwards, Phillip Rowe, and Kent Lewis. ORGANIZATIONS 133 Valhalla staff members strive to meet early deadlines "Valhalla," the name which represents the yearbook for Nimitz High School, is filled with activities and friends of the present and memories for the future. Valhalla staff members work to make the yearbook the best it can be . Staff members work on classes, organizations, sports and student life sections with the hope of completing quadpacks before important deadlines. Photographers take and develop pictures and editors design and organize the yearbook. Their sponsor is Mrs. Sue Hudson. Linda Cotton Crightj works diligently on her yearbook section. Mrs. Hudson, Cbottom rightj surprised at her Christmas present, displays it to the class. Valhalla photographers are: Ctopb Wayne Kretzmeier, Ricki Record, and Paul Salick Cbottomj Kim Kernal, Torn Cavin, and Tracy McDonald. 134 ORGANIZATIONS as N, ,.-ff X I S E N -'35 .WK Q, , are L r.,,- ,Q --k. K . Ai E 5 l I I I Benny Ferro Ctop lefty concentrates on organization activities. Wayne Kretzmeier and Paul Salick Cbottom lefty take pictures at European Crossroads. is v . J as The Valhalla editors are Ctopb Tresa Taylor, Amy Holliday, and Lisa Hayden and fbottomj Vicki Graham, Marty Randle and Diane Snow discuss designs and quadpacks. ORGANIZATIONS 135 Sworo' and shield staff reports Nimitz news The Newspaper staff 's main purpose is to inform students of activities which are related to school and the community. The Sword and Shield is sold every month and special editions are presented on certain occasions. Activities this year included , a bake sale helping with the Skjonnhet pageant, and workshop at Austin in March. To become a member of the staff, students must complete at least one year of journalism. Their sponsor is Mrs. Sue Hudson. Lynda West Ctop rightj prepares her weekly assignment for the newspaper. vim? Darla Nix and Jaci Hackett Cbottom lefty work on a picture layout for newspaper. V i Rhonda Ruiz Cbottorn rightj advertises the school newspaper for her initiation. ORGANIZATIONS 1 V, -- f ,.,.. xxx. oy' TE ,t J me w Steve Greenwood Ctop Ieftj works on newspaper staff. Debbie Layton Cbottom Ieftj counts Skjonnhet ballots. Sword and Shield students Cbottom rightj discuss newspaper. 'W on ORGANIZATIONS 137 Junior Historians compete in Irving I-lisiory Fair The Junior Historians, a club at Nimitz, draws membership from those students who are interested in studying history . During the year, they were active in the Homecoming parade , a doughnut bake sale, and the Irving History Fair. The History Fair, in which all schools participated , was on a voluntary basis. Their projects dealt basically with American and Texas history. Sponsors are Mrs. Patty Taylor and Miss Sandra Garza. Sponsors of the Junior Historians are Patty Taylor and Sandra Graza frightj . Mrs. Taylor teaches sociology and psychology. Miss Garza teaches Texas and world history and government. Sharon McAnear listens as plans are being made for the Irving History Fair. Junior Historians officers are: Jerry Slate, seniorg Pat McCollum, seniorg and Jerry Slate, junior. 138 ORGANIZATIONS 411 U T 'ir Club Espanol members enjoy competitive Spanish dancing Club Espanol is an organization developed to present Spanish-oriented activities outside the classroom. Club Espanol , like the other foreign language clubs consists of members from the classes. Each Spanish class prepares for the three foreign language tournaments during the year. Many classes also enjoy practicing Spanish dances for competition. This year, bake sales provided substantial funds for tournaments and other activities. A get-together at Christmas was rewarding for students giving them an opportunity to meet members from the other language clubs and experience their culture and foods, as well as learning more about their own. They are sponsored by Mrs. Peggy Wadley and Mr. Bobby Villareal. Spanish club sponsors Ctop lefty Mr. Villareal and Mrs. Wadley enjoy refreshments at Christmas get-together. Tricia Linton and Laura Lambert dance fbottom leftj in the auditorium to Spanish music. - Kristin Kennaly Cbottom rightb waits to sample various foods at the foreign language Christmas party. 'fx , ORGANIZATIONS nlthlis . .. ,. ..,,. . . i I R ZQMSQ German oluo presents play at tournaments The German Club is an organization formed to encourage enthusiasm for and understanding of the German-speaking cultures. To begin the year, the German Club had a get- acquainted picnic at Fritz Park. Dinner at Schnapps 'n Snacks in October and caroling at Christmas also proved to be exciting and provided students with a chance to experience German food and exposed them to German culture. German students also competed in the UTA Novemberfest and the Irving Foreign Language Festival in February where they presented a German version of the play "William Tell. " Other students entered the car rally, poetry and musical presentations, arts and crafts contests and sporting activities winning recognition in many of these. Miss Joyce Joslin sponsors the German Club. German club sponsor, Miss Joslin and Melanie Rockenhaus Ctop rightj sell J if authentic German baked goods. 1 German Christmas Carolers were: Qtopb Doug Septer, Virginia Schlicher, Julia Kent, Cindy McNeice, Foy Burn and Tammy Goodman Cbottomj Kurt Mosher, Stacy Collins, Miss Joyce Joslin, Tammi Huser, Tommy Wilcox and Marion Halecker. ORGANIZATIONS French club presents play to create interest I' The purpose of the French Club is to give interested students an opportunity to learn more about French language F and culture. Christmas was a fun-filled time for members. gy 1 They visited an orphanage, caroled in French throughout the school and had a get-together with the other language clubs. A play in French for junior high students was FX it presented to give them incentive to take French when they F enter Nimitz. Members also participated in speech V l N W contests. The club's advisor is Mrs. Karen Yerger. if . If ' ,fl Philip Underwood and Kevin Thacker Crop leftj listen to Spanish music at SE A pkxuyx foreign language Christmas party. X ,,,5Zs. , J F ' XX David Maner and Shelly Underwood Cbottom lefty sample various foreign 'il ' ' rs.. foods at Christmas get-acquainted party. bs:- ls - ff " ' rr., . 4 F24 . P ' he f r use .L ORGANIZATIONS Chorale members express rhemselves at performances The Chorale was developed to provide a performance- oriented choral music organization for Nimitz High School. They perform not only at school, but throughout the city, state and nation. Their annual fall, Christmas, and spring concerts highlighted those evenings and gave the students an opportunity to express themselves vocally. The choirs hosted and performed in the "Admiral's Revue" in Novem- ber. Members also participated in All Region and All State auditions in which Beth Leadabrand , Kathy Price and David Forbus were recognized. Their sponsor is Mr. Terry Price. r 1 Ctop rightj Chorale members practice for perfection in performance abilities. I Chorale members Caccompanistj Cindy Dobbs Cfourth rowb Beth Leadabrand, Kim McKenney, Loretta Huerta, David Lawrence, Ross Thompson, David Forbus, Scott Carpenter, Keith Wallace, Brian Lambert, Susan Mouser, Diana Jenkins, Barbara Hook and Lynda Vaughen Cthird rowj Virginia Schlicher, Sheri Winters, Denis Taylor, Debbie Feely, Don Shook, Thomas Cardenas, Johnny Huffman, Quentin Blackerby, Delayne Jenkins, Kelly Grove, Kim Carterrand Connie Maynard Qsecond rowj Rita Pears, Kathy Grim, Gayla Covington, Valeri Hicks, Joel Smith, Careygaldwell, Dudley King, Brad Shelton, Cathy Young, Kathy Price, Deborah Pope an Liz Reeves Cfirst rowjg1Sherj!y-5BurketV,vp Pam Biggers, Sharron McAnear, Rodney Leffel, Skipper High, Mr. Price, Robbie Buckner, Pam Davison and Kathy Myres. .,,,, ,... , , ,, r 1 :.1,,a,..,-,S WW' . ORGANIZATICNS T ,ft 1 Chorale section leaders are Ctop lefty Cfourth rowb David Forbus, Scott Carpenter and Quentin Blackerby Cthird rowj Keith Wallace and Kim McKenney Csecond rowj Sharron McAnear, Beth Leadabrand and Kathy Price. Chorale officers are Cfirst rowj Thomas Cardenas, presidentg Kim Carter, vice presidentg Valerie Hicks, secretaryg and Cathy Young, historian. The Chorale Ccenterj perform at the Bicentqennialyllonors Assembly." ' Cathy Young, Thomas Cardenas and Kim Carter Cbottom leftj enjoy riding in the Homecoming parade. ORGANIZATIONS 143 Girl's Choir members are Cthird rowj S. Monsees, G. Covington, V. Hicks, B. Hook, D. Jenkins, S. Mouser, De. Jenkins. L. Huerta and K. Carter Csecond rowj S Burket S McAnear K McKenne P Bi ers D. . . - . - y. - gg . Pope, C. Young, D. Taylor and D. Feely Cfirst rowj K. Grim, P. Davison, C. DeVasher, K. Price, K. Myres C. M ' ' aynard, L. Reeves, S. Winters and V. Schlrcher. fgSfffg,gZq.Ek l... . Ninth grade Girl's Choir members are Caccompanistj Keith Wallace Cfourth rowj I Dunn T Goodman S Watson, V. Bembenek, T. Armstrong and P Stone Cthird rowj N. Schumaker T . F' h Y S. C h . , . is er, rouc ,I. Turner, C. Jenson, L. Baker and M. Sterling Csecond rowj L. Knight, B. Mize, T. Wallace, C. Bragg and L. Murray Cfirst rowj T. Pipkins, S. McDonald, M. Pipkins and S. Bates. 144 ORGANIZATIONS Boys and Girls Choirs emphasize development The Girls and Boys Choirs serve as training grounds for students not yet ready to qualify for advanced stages in Choir. Both groups perform in school choral concerts, but the emphasis is on development more than performance . D Girls sing with other girls of approximately the same fundamental skills, while the boys choir meets with the boys from the Chorale before school two days a week. They are sponsored by Mr. Terry Price . Choir director, Mr. Price Ctop leftj looks over music before a concert. lembers of the Boys Choir are Caccompanistj Cindy Dobbs Cthird rowb Quentin Blackerby, David Lawrence, Ross hompson, Keith Wallace, Scott Carpenter, David Forbus, Brian Lambert, Carey Caldwell, Csecond rowh obbie Buckner, Steve Henderson, Don Shook, Eddie Holt, Billy Barber, Dudley King, Brad Shelton Cfirst row! odney Leffel, Thomas Cardenas, Skipper High, Randy larosh. ORGANIZATIONS 145 VOCT provides job opportunities V . O. C . T . is a club at Nimitz that supplements the C . V . A . E . program . The members of the club participated in the homecoming parade , had breakfast meetings and parties. They had a party where they went bowling and out to dinner. V . O . C . T . members had their Christmas party at Llove Entertaiment Center. Mrs. Rosemary Evans is the advisor of V .O. C. T. Connie Riddle, ftopb an employee at the U. S . Dept. of Labor, is fulfilling her job as she answers the phone. Delia Empey Cabovej answers correspondence for the U . S . Dept. of Labor. Ricky Smith Crightb is stocking shelves at the D . A . V in Irving. 146 ORGANIZATIONS fn... 1 'pup-...M 'X Sendy Davis, the VOCT reporter, is an employee at the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Mrs. Rosemary Evans, VOCT sponsor, instructs her students on interviewing techniques . Ralena Ruth, who works at Pecan Plantations, gives her ideas for the VOCT scrapbook . Y 1? 6' h ORGANIZATIONS 147 Drama Club presents annual productions The Nimitz Drama Club presented their spring production "Flowers for Algernon," on March 10 and 11. Drama members helped with sets, costumes, makeup and many performed in the senior play, "Don't Drink the Water," which was presented on November 4 and 5. The Drama department works with NFL for competition in tournaments. They both also contributed baked goods which they sold for funds to attend tournaments. Their advisor is Mrs. Gina Wilkinson. lim Ivie Ctop righth rehearses for spring production, "Flowers for Algernon. " Sherry McGinnis Cbottom lefty applies make-up to James Gross during the senior play. Sherman Mashburn Cbottom rightj prepares the stage for the spring production. ORGANIZATIONS ,QW gf? :I1 , I is .dynami- Drama Club sponsor, Ctop leftb Mrs. Wilkinson is presented flowers by the cast and crew of the senior play. David Macha, David Forbus and Debbie Feely Qtop rightj perform at senior play . Debbie Feely, David Macha , Philip Underwood and David Forbus practice scene for senior play. ORGANIZATIONS 149 NFL students participate in area tournaments fag I .U The National Forensic League, N . F. L. is an organization which is related to speech and drama. This club participates in all year tournaments which include , two state tournaments which were in March and UIL which was in April. The members in N.F.L. are required to have 25 points to be accepted into the club which they receive by participating in speech tournaments and other related activities. Each student works hard and long hours and are not obligated to go to tournaments, but enjoy what they are doing. The purpose of their activities are to give themselves the best possible preparation to succeed in whatever their chosen fields may be . They are sponsored by Mr. Jerry Nelson and Mrs. Gina Wilkinson. Terri Cooper Ctop rightj reads over script from "Veronica's Room . " NFL sponsor, Mr. Nelson fbottomj discusses class activities with student. National Forensic League officers are fbottorn lefty Scott Crew, Risa Raper, Kathy Douglass and Diann White . ORGANIZATIONS Sue Edwards Ctop lefty practices dramatic interpretation. National Forensic League members are: ffourth rowj Mrs. Gina Wilkinson and Mr. Jerry Nelson Cthird row? Jay Ryiant, Sue Edwards, Marti Luck and Scott Crew fsecond rowj Debbie Feely , Becky Dennis and Melanie lockenhaus Cfirst rowj Jan Schenkler, Diann White and Risa Raper. ORGANIZATIONS 151 Science Club visits area health centers l The Science C1ub's purpose is to provide school and community projects for interested students in the hope of better understanding science. This year, bake sales gave members funds for activities such as field trips to the Schick Center, Wadley Blood Bank and Callier Speech and Hearing Center. Over the Easter holidays, students also had a camp out. Their sponsor is Mr. Richard Nelms. Lee Hardin, Loucille Hardin and Melanie Rockenhaus Ctop rightj sign attendance sheet before meeting. ' Paula Rabyor Cbottom rightj sells baked goods, while Lee Hardin, a fellow Science Club member, decides what he wants. at C S C Science Club members are Csecond rowj Loucille Hardin, activities XJ' AIY, coordinatorg Lee Hardin, Paula Rabyor, Tim Duffield and Mr. Nelms Www " "W Cfirst rowj Cathy Robertson, vice president: George Stephenson, Melanie Rockenhaus and Foy Burns. l52 ORGANIZATIONS Number Sense students compete in meth contests Number Sense is an organization for students who are interested in math and would like to compete against other students nationwide. They meet twice a week so that members can perfect their math ability. Members participated in the University Interscholastic League contests which were held in April at Nimitz. Mrs. Doris Renshaw is their advisor. Mrs. Doris Renshaw, sponsor of Number Sense, helps members prepare for competition. David Smith and Jeff Owens Caboveb practice against each other for the number sense competition. Lori Bartlett and David Filmore Cbottom lefty take time before school to practice one of the number sense tests. ORGANIZATIONS 153 .M FTA sponsor, Mrs. Yearger Ctop Iightb, leaves for the U H l 2 'sg M33 bb' officers workshop in September. 'ppp W 'I Xl? posps. Janice Burton Cbelowj sells candy to Mrs. Wadley to help raise club funds. Rhonda Wooten Crightj listens to plans for club activities. FTA hosts annual T Homecoming tea The Future Teachers of America CF. T. AJ provides students an insight into the educational field through projects and programs. F . T . A . students attend district and state conventions, and an officers workshop in October to broaden their knowledge in the field of teaching. Among some of their other activities are their monthly bake sales, a candy sale in October and each month birthday cakes are prepared by members to celebrate the birthdays of teachers in that month. Homecoming is always highlighted by the F. T . A . 's annual tea party for former students. The former y students enjoy the refreshments and the opportunity to see T old friends. The club's advisors are Mrs. Peggy Wadley and i Mrs. Karen Yerger. FTA sponsor, Mrs. Wadley Ctop lefty gives a joyful grin to members at a meeting. :TA officers are Benny Ferro, attendance secretaryg Jean Leibensberger, presidentg Lisa Wooten, vice president: and Darla Nix, recording secretary. ORGANIZATIONS 155 Military strengthens character The Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps is a military unit where cadets train to strengthen their character, to promote an understanding for basic requirements for natural security, to develop self discipline and to have respect for constitutional authority in a democratic society. NJROTC also helps a student to become a responsible citizen and get him or her involved in military service . This year's activities consisted of the orientation of new members, and some cadets went to a Texas ASLM football game. Robert Truitt sits quietly in his desk as Chief Monroe lectures about Nimitz's naval history. ROTC cadets are: Cback rowb Robert Truitt, Martin Senstock, Roger Hart, Walter Betts, Joseph Baugh, Ray Bridges, Joseph Lowery fthird rowj Joe Pizarro, Charles Gillinger, Steve Vitasek, Amanda Bramlett, Sam Beckwith, Robert Kelly, Robert Buttry Csecond rowj Steve Morton, Steve White, Charles Tidwell, Mark Fisher Julius Zimlich, Judy Calhoon, Allen Chance Cfirst rowj Kevin Burk, Doug Septer, Janice Turner, Bryce Burk, Charles Archer. 156 ORGANIZATIONS ,ve V , y Commander Stan Kunkle of the U. S. Navy and Chief Petty Officer Billy Monroe stand watching the cadets run through their drills . Sadets are fback rowj Edwin Rinehart, Charles Wilkinson, Richard Allgeyer, Steve Carten, Foy Burns, Dennis imiciklas, Robert Morris fsixth rowj Ernest Love, Stacy Collins, Tamie Heisen, Bradly Yeager, Troy Hayley, .izabeth Trimble, Randy Maynard, Carlos Phillips Cfifth rowj Tammy Macha, Cinthia Pierce, Micheal Joisaro, Pamela Hobbs, Kerrie Smith, Jeff Robertson, Lindy Easley Cfourth rowj Clifford Kaiser, Steve Watts, Milliam Shelley fthird row! Mark Gordon, Robert Pierce, Robert Watts Csecond row? Christopher Robertson Cfirst 'owl Chief Monroe, Robert Morris, Frank Ybarra, Larry Slate, Commander Kunkle. ORGANIZATIONS 157 Prank Ybarra, cadet battalion commander of the NJROTC Crightb, presented a set of books about Admiral Nimitz to the school library. The Nimitz Color Guard participated in the fall homecoming parade Allen Chance and Robert Buttry, freshmen, stand at attention Crightj during the first annual induction ceremony for the NJROTC. The ceremony was held on October 12 in the Nimitz Auditorium. 158 ORGANIZAUONS r.. r '- l r1- I V-W Q A Cadet Jeff Robertson operates number four throttle in main control aboard the USS Lexington as cadets Senstock, Burk, and Easley look on . M ,,., f W ' , ",1mg ' f rr, ' H fi Q75 Famrny Macha, princess, Amanda Bramlett, queen, and Liz Trimble, princess were crowned during :eremonies at the annual Naval Cadet Ball. The ball was held February 26 at the Ramada Inn. One hundred and hirty cadets and their guests enjoyed dancing to the Navy Band. ORGANIZATIONS 159 Key Club helps community The Key Club is an organization that is a Junior League of Kiwanis International, and is devoted to helping the community. They etch bicycles, have private parties, take orphans to baseball games and zoos, provide gifts and dinners to needy families around Christmas and Thanksgiving, give clothes to orphanages, and award certificates to those members who did outstanding jobs throughout the year. Kiwanis Club dinner banquets are always provided for those members of the Key Club who like to have contact with the outstanding leaders in the community. This is a club which provides a person with a sense of leadership and responsibility . President of the Key Club, Jerry Slate, talks about the upcoming activities. .N kin E Robert Truitt, Steve White, Robert Watts, Richard Allgeyer and Larry Slate discuss the problems of today's'society. Mike Sterling decides on a plan to clean up the school grounds which is one of the club's many activities. 160 ORGANIZATIONS Q ' A C ,, ' 2 R ,J s 5 I ,. n, -it Members of the Key Club are: William Shelley, Mike Sterlings, Robert Watts, Pat McCollum , Richard Allgeyer , Larry Slate, Jerry Slate, Robert Truitt and Steve White. Robert McCollum Cbottom lefty discusses a special party that the members will have to boost their moral. The sponsor of the Key Club is Commander Stan Kunkle. ORGANIZATIONS 161 I-lomemakers involved In social activities The purpose of Future Homemakers of America is to get members who are interested in homemaking to become involved in social activities . Students involved in homemaking are eligible to become an active member. This year's activities were social activities of a hayride and a wiener roast each trimester, initiation of new members and attended area and state conventions. Awards were given for Who's Who in homemaking, Outstanding FHA member, FHA scholarship and the Encounter Awards. Sponsors of FHA are Miss Dorothy Barry, Mrs. Marilyn Lucas, Miss Vicki Murray, Mrs. Ann Nickell, and Mrs. Debbie Troxell . Mrs. Ann Nickell Ctop rightb helps solve the problem that members of FHA bring her. Greg Sturch, senior, Chris English and Denise Gills, both sophomores, start the preparatory step for making Valentine hearts, one of the FHA's spring activities. ORGANIZATIONS Miss Murray, Qtop lefty shows a member the correct methods of sewing. Charles Lester, a junior, and Renee Pate, a senior, Crightb model clothes furnished by Al's Tuxedo Rental. i l 1, Wilber Adams, a freshman, Cbottom lefty learns the problems and arrangements of table setting. ORGANIZATIONS 163 Child care aids in teacher training Home Economics Related Occupation is a club divided into two classes. P.E.L.E. which is the first year of child care and H .E.C .E. , the second year of child care. A member of H.E.R.O. works as an aid in Nursery Schools, Kindergartens, and in special schools. This year's activities included a picnic for children at Gilbert, an P.H .A. meeting in Fort Worth where members performed a presentation, and a state F.H. A. Convention held in Houston. During Parent Education Week, members of P.E.L.E. and I-l.E.C.E. assisted in a Preschool Modeling School which was held at Irving Mall. The sponsor is Mrs. Barbara Copeland. Annette Towner, a junior, Ctop rightj helps various children at day care centers. g ffl iq, t Jimmy Roberson, a junior, Cbottom leftj works at the Gilbert School as X152 2 ,y i ,,,s l 2 an aide in physical development. ' 'S Tina Moore, a junior, Qrightj is a student aid to a PELE student at Kirkwood Methodist Day Care in Irving. 164 ORGANIZATIONS 'VN 2? Penny Ponder, a junior Ctop lefty helps a young girl learn how to read . Child Care members attended a workshop fbottomb in January at Senter Park. Those attending included seniors Cfrom lefty Sheryl Guerin, Carrie Layne, Tammie Hendrix, Doronda Mayhall fsecond rowj Renee Nelson, Vickie Winnett, Janice Fuson, Kathy Linam, Cathy Roberson. Mrs. Copeland is in the background. ORGANIZATIONS National Honor Society promotes leadership National Honor Society's main purpose is to promote the student's character, leadership, and service to the community. This year's activities included selling popcorn as a money-making project, a spring banquet and a spring party. An induction ceremony was held and one member was awarded a college scholarship. The advisor of NHS is Mrs. Roe Morris. X Melanie Marti Luck Riga Debbie Feel Raper lean Leibensberger FF Donald Nix I KT "1-""'!'!"4"" LV V Ti, V, -. Marty ' s i mare r fr N E W. , K A, X 3 E O'Callaghan t , n 1. f' f 7 13' p v. wx N "'?,s'?' Rfb ig its W rg 5 S 3 if X 3 s X E Q, 6 it if 'Qrigsby Mary , -- P--" Leah Hayden If lqmffsisifffie' X: -ut-. X ,, N . .f :gf at McCollum Slate l David -int Macha TIONS N. fn Paula Web F .S srsstssr -if We 3 fri E r.tyirc, ,. Ol i f 31.16 ' . I N . Melynda Woodard Kathy Douglas l X l kv, . xx: k L lx- . is J .,.,. M E V4 V. at A 'JL' xl 'f' ' 11A ., 1 R W 6 I K um 5 9 i .S ii ' ,s,a,-syff 1 l RO? ,f , s - m Fra nk lliravo ii M' r-Martha Callejaf? P i Darla Nix 31 Hengy 'Ee it . vi Q55 I ,fl ls sf I4 ' I 'i x X fu .Xe s s f is U--1 Kim Carter Ms. Roe Morris Mark Vaughn Alice Moore Lisa Hayden l I Susie Valerie Hicks Craig Larry Slate E: Helen Rogers .. 1 RX yyflfathy Price QRGXSHYATIONS 167 i' S Mu Alpha Theta recognizes superior math students Mu Alpha Theta CMAQ-JJ is an international honor society for outstanding students in college preparatory math. Their main purpose is to promote more student interest in the many different phases of mathematics. Their purpose is also to recognize superior math students and to perform service projects. They meet twice a month planning such activities as initiation of new members, math clinics for students having troubles in math, and also their annual banquet. Advisors of Mu Alpha Theta are Mrs. McVay, Ms. Prevost and Mr. Jackson. Marty Luck, a senior, Ctop rightj sits by the cafeteria selling pickles, one of Mu Alpha money making projects. Math students Daryl Wicks, Pat McCollum, and Cathy Roberson attend a semi-monthly meeting. Mu Alpha Theta officers are: Kim Carter, David Macha, Mary Grigsby and Kathy Douglass. I6 8 ORGANIZATIONS Members of the Mu Alpha Theta Club are: Cback rowj Mr. Greg Jackson and Pat McCollum Cthird rowj Frank Bravo, Craig Dalton, Laura Bell, Philip Knight, Jean Leibensberger, Janice Burton, Ricki Record, Susie Hook, Beth Leadabrand, Alice Moore, and Mark Vaughn Csecond rowj Denise Thurman, Sharon McAnear, Melynda Woodard, Jody Puckett, Risa Raper, Warren Groff , Kathy Price, and Jerry Slate Cfirst rowb Jo Norris, David Macha Cvice- pres.J, Kim Carter 4sec.J, Mary Grigsby Cpres.J, Kathy Douglass Ctreas. J , Cathy Robertson, Cherri Pohle, Melanie Rockenhaus, Marti Luck, and Terilynn Britton . Two sponsors for Mu Alpha Theta are: Ms. Linda Prevost , Mr . Greg Jackson . ORGANIZATIONS 169 Athletes form Christian Fellowship Association The Fellowship of Christian Athletes main purpose is to confront athletes and coaches and the youth of our nation with the challenge and adventure of following Christ. Members participate by going to their own church and serving God through vocations. FCA helps students learn more about Jesus Christ and his way of life compared to today's. Members get together as groups to have fellowship, prayer and a variety of activities. This year's activities included Bible study, guest speakers, fellowship, fund raising projects and a trip to a National FCA conference during the summer. The advisor of FCA is Coach Phil Bailey. Coach Phil Bailey, sponsor of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, discusses with the members the National FCA conference. ' , W 3 Rhonda and Lisa Wooten listen to a guest speaker who i A tells the story of Christ. S , . 4 4 4 4 ' N- W Wendell McGill, a sophomore: gives his opinion all p about the FCA fund raising project. lirii .1gf5,.:'?'f -1? fr lf 3,4 1 170 ORGANIZATIONS Chess members strengthen skills for checkmate The Chess Club offers students an opportunity to improve their chess game and to get to know others who have the same interests. Mrs. Clayton, the sponsor, says that the club is opened to any student in the school who wishes to join. The chess club participated in tournaments within the school and also with clubs from other schools. Members meet every morning before school to strenghten their ability as chess players. Donald Nix, a junior, fleftl patiently waits while his opponent decides on what move to make. Greg Hornings, a freshman, Cbottom rightj cannot decide on his next move. In the background, Wayne Franklin, a junior, says checkmate . Mrs. Cheryl Clayton, the Chess Club sponsor, Cbottom rightj advises members to plan their game strategy carefully. ORGANIZATIONS 171 HOPE Club preserves nature! environment The purpose of Help Cur Problemed Earth's Club at Nimitz is to educate people about the Earth's diminishing natural resources and to encourage people to appreciate the natural environment. This year's activities included picnics and field trips, and a multimedia program which was presented to elementary schools in Irving, scouts and civic groups. The HOPE Club also participated in campouts to see natural trails and help clean them up with the involvement of recycling of paper, aluminum, bimetal cans, and glass. Mr. Sitton is the sponsor of the HOPE Club. Mr. Jim Sitton, sponsor, Crightj tells club memebers about upcoming club projects. Barry Pike, a junior and Paula Webb, a senior, Cbottom lefty watch as Jody Puckett, a senior, counts the club's treasury. W. Aj.. I -4 President of HOPE Club, Phillip Underwood, frightb talks about the club campout at Meridian State Park. 172 ORGANIZATIONS Brian Nichols, a junior, Jeff Stranc, a senior, Carol Citzler, a junior, Marlene Edwards, a senior, and Betsy Marshall, a senior, Ctopb listen as the year's activities are planned . Dale Williams, a senior, Paula Webb, a senior, Barry Pike, a junior, Tobi King, a junior and David Reinhard, a junior fleftb rest after rehearsing a multi- media program that was presented to the elementary schools in Irving. ORGANIZATIONS 173 174 HONORS W I-IO GRS X . ' v -'.x . v - V ' . .- ., ,-'I-QQ, fafj-fkx X.-'92 J.: -:fbfx . :Tl-1 5 -:w3:1:. .-'J-.-.-'-s-:f 3 .-2.'4,q.' -- 9' fag, 'l9.Q0.01L .L ff Kg- J ' Q's,'."a 4 r.- X0 s ,-,V . A 1 'J -6 rx. 1 gf:-.x j1i:.fq.j4Zx ,kaiff '.4.'af'f'1-', .-ix 'A qi' lk.: ."f'o:-gg., flea ,UVQNVQ ll. Q. na -'f'4'3'fz- . 4-:S-v fv"S'9'H' G" N ' '-'o 0 'O 0 131- Q .'.-QW " O' 7 . 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She has been a member of the drill team for three consecutive years, serving as lieutenant her senior year. Sophie has served in various activities such as, FHA, French Club, YAD's and Student Council. She has received such honors as Skjhonnhet Beauty her junior year and Homecoming Queen for 1976 . Sophie was escorted during Homecoming by Mike Ussery, president of the Student Council. HONORS 177 I-IOMECDMING PRINCESSES JACKIE LAMB KIM MCKENNE Y JACKIE LAMB represented her Senior Class as one of the princesses. She has been very active at Nimitz for the past four years. She was in the French Club , Science Club, Student Council and a member of the drill team . This year Jackie was a Miss Flame Finalist. She was escorted by Senior Class president, Dale Williams. 178 HONORS KIM McKENNEY, selected as one of the senior princesses, was involved in activities such as, Student Council, FTA, drama, drill team and choir. Kinf has displayed her singing ability by bein selected a contestant in All Region Choir. She was chosen to represent both Irving and Dallas as Miss Flame for '76- '77 . Kim was escorted by Jerry Slate . BRFNDA BOCCIERI ANNETTE BILBRE Y BRENDA BOCCIERI, junior princess, has become involved in such activities as Sophomore Class Favorite, FHA, Student Council and Drill Team. Brenda had the honor of being chosen Skjonnhet Beauty her sophomore year and Homecoming princess for 1976 . Brenda was escorted by Mike Sterling. ANNETTE BILBREY , sophomore princess, has received the honor of being selected by her class to be a member of the Home- coming Court. She was in gymnastics, Student Council and the Drill Team. Annette was escorted by Don Witt. CINDY CURRY, freshman princess, was escorted during Homecoming activities by John Randle. Cindy has become an active member of her class by being chosen Class Secretary, Student Council representative and a member of the Tennis Team. CINDY CURRY I-lendsemes end beauties gather for Skjennhet Sl-lEF?l BRYAN ALAN GORRELL This year's Skjonnhet pageant was held in the Nimitz auditorium on January 27 . The theme, "A Time For Us" was sung at the beginning of the program by a madrigal group from the Nimitz Chorale . The pageant included both male and female contestants nominated by their respective classmates. There were 21 couples with 12 individuals selected as winners. The contestants were judged on poise and appearance. The sponsors of Skjonnhet were the Student Council, Valhalla Staff and Sword and Shield Staff. KA Tl-I Y PRICE HARLESE FREEMAN HONORS JANA RGUSE BRE T WARREN wir I BRFNDA BQCCIFRI RANDY CAMP KIM MCKENNE Y GREG STURCI-I . fa W1 ix 91 ,Q 'Wi VICKI GRA!-IAM LARRY CHASE Cindy Curry and Danny Diaz Cropj smile for the judges during Skjonnhet. The girls Cbouomj prepare themselves before the pageant begins. l86 HONORS The nominees Ctopj relax back stage before the pageant. Linda Hudson and Brad Shelton Cbottom lefty display poise while pausing before the judges . Contestants, Sophie Montellano and Pat Sanford, Cbottom rightj pause under the archway. HONORS 187 f P h . , 1, , I' "' 1 , 4 ,el f. - 'fm " ff 1.1 :N fi: . 51155 I 1' A'lW:WJ' ' E XL S 1 ff? I k Egg If? f 1 gpxhsxmli V- if fwi Ek VVKW iz. gi Egg A 7 ,,.,E ,h , Q ' 5 V as iv is Ffrgrww H3099 53? 22? M- GU CD .mi rn , LN IQ Z Lx s My I P Q is :Q C020 A 'Tl 'Q rf E x 2 ... 1 Z , '41 J f V 1 eg 4 ' i ff- Q62 gi' i 2 ' Q . 2 ,gg . g, V eg ,Q it ' 5 I 5 x WW ' in ? w f -A I f F .Q 1 1' T iw? 'ff -53' rv,,,,,ji J "1:1!':"j:grf:::v if MR. NHS.' ERY MISS NHS: MARTY RAND Mike Cbottom lefty, introduces candidates running for Student Council officers. He emcees, Cbottom rightb the annual Skjonnhet Beauty Pageant. HONORS MIKE USSEFW Mike has proven to be a leader of the school during his years at Nimitz. He held many positions in different clubs at Nimitz. He was president of the Student Council, NHS vice-president, ROTC officer, Junior Historian president and Sergeant at Arms of the Key Club. He has been awarde the Good Citizen of Nimitz award and Daughters of the American Revolution for his leadership in ROTC . Mike has been a leader in both academic and extracurricular activities. G ,M l 731 Y 1 l 1 MAF? TY HANDLE Marty has become a promoter of spirit through her activities as cheerleader captain. She has been a member if such organizations as Student Council, FHA , FTA vice president, German Club, Valhalla Staff editor, Sophomore Illass vice president, NHS , Tennis and Track. She was a :ontestant in the Miss Flame pageant and a nominee for :lass favorite this year. Marty has played a vital role in rarious organizations. She has proved to be a true representative of the Viking spirit. -Ana' I CAt lefty Marty rides with Linda Hudson during the Homecoming Parade. CBottom rightb Marty pauses for a moment during a football game. W RQ. l HONORS 197 ,gwfk-7 -4.1 W,-1 1- N QV fb if if 198 HONORS 1, P14 Mr. Winn receives Grit and Pride award A tradition at Nimitz for the last six years has been the giving of the "Grit and Pride" award. This award started in 1970 when, after a completely losing football season, the football team came back and beat the Irving Tigers in their final game. The DALLAS TIMES HERALD first gave the name to Nimitz. This year, 1976-1977, Nimitz awarded Mr. Jerry Winn with the "Grit and Pride" award. He has been at Nimitz for the past six years and has shown continual leadership and quality as one of the top administrators of Nimitz High School. Just a small part of being a vice- principal, Mr. Winn fupper leftj converses on the phone. Mr. Winn Crop rightj works on the district's upcoming evaluations. Mr. Winn Cbottom lefty accepts the student's applause after receiving the Grit and Pride award . HONORS 199 7 nf Miss On Oct. 2, 1976, seven Nimitz girls represented Nimitz High School in the Irving Miss Flame Pageant. Out of 12 contestants, Nimitz's Kim McKenney, a senior, was chosen Miss Plame for 1976-1977 . She later received the honor of Dallas County Miss Flame. Jana Rouse, a senior, received a S25 savings bond for her essay on fire prevention. Contestants were judged on poise , personality, and scholastic achievement. It was sponsored by the Irving Fire Department 200 HONORS Flame "Nix 9. HONORS 201 202 HONORS 6 41"-v ff- S HONORS 203 Outstanding students selected for Who 's VVhc Who's Who is a traditional honor bestowed upon the most outstanding individuals in the departments throughout the school. This year 32 students were chosen for their outstanding work, leadership, and ability in their chosen fields. SPANISH JANICE CARRY Janice has been an active member of the Spanish club for the last four years. She has won awards in drama, group reading and dance at Spanish tournaments. 204 HONORS ... QW if -if "ii, of 'W -H' S . . , St X ENGLISH MART! LUCK Marti has been recognized in Engl for her work and accomplishments. I has proven to be one of the best students in this field . FREAKN4 CAROLHENGY Llarol has participated in the French b for three years. She has received tal of fourteen hours college credit E rench . Z has A ' 1 - Q CHHQNWQAI MARWLUCK Marti has devoted much of her time to learning the culture and language in German. She has competed in different contests through the German Club . HONORS 205 DRA MA DEBBIE FEEL Y Debbie has participated in many skits, productions and tournaments in Drama. A member of the Drama Club, she served as president this year. 206 HONORS NEWSPAPER JA Cl HACKETT Iaci has been a devoted leader to this year's Sword and Shield staff. Sl has been responsible for upgrading tl quality of writing in the newspaper. 'drum . Q YEARBOOK DIANE SNOW and MARTY HANDLE X great deal of time and creativity involved in producing a yearbook h Diane Snow and Marty Randle fe given their very best efforts in tigning this year's Valhalla. PHOTOGRAPHY TOM CA wiv A yearbook photographer must not only have the skill required to take good pictures, he must also be cooperative with the staff and faculty to complete the assignments for each deadline. This year Tom Cavin has given much of his time to help make the quality of this book the best. afar W 1 it f f HONORS 207 SPEECH RISA RAPER Risa has been very dedicated to the role she portrays in Speech. She has qualified for State competition. 208 HONORS -num SPEECH KATHYDQUGLASS Kathy has learned the difficult ar1 debate. She has qualified for State competition in speech. CHILD CARE DORANDA MA YHALL oronda has been in Child Care for years. This year she received the IE award for her work in that field CHILD CARE KATHY JACKSQN Kathy received the award for PELE because of her work with preschool children. She is presently a teacher's aid ar Kirkwood Day Care school. :ii ?S3w5g HONORS 209 itl ' me :S -?'L V if hir: I-IOMEMAKING LOUGILLE HARDIN Loucille has been an outstanding FHA member. She has held various FHA offices, and has competed in the State Encounter. 210 HONORS ART JOHN HUNTER John was selected for Art because his imagination, originality and his technical ability. ' r--f A - I WH 5 1, 1 J DRAFTING BILL TOLAND ill has won a blue ribbon in the istriai Art Drafting Pair in 1975 and 6 . He made an ink drawing of the rr plan of Nimitz which was lished this year. A g g WOODS!-IOP LARRY BREWER Larry is an accomplished woodworker. He understands the art of woodworking and devotes most of his K time to the class. Q gf f 1 Q, ,wc '- N -at HONORS 21 I GIRL 'S CVAE KARYLENE WHEAT Karylene has been cooperative and eager to complete assignments in this subject. She helps operate the machinery that produces materials for the Nimitz faculty . as Y st!" 212 HONORS Hymn BCDY'S CVAE DA VID JOBE David, a member of CVAE, earns portion of his income as a mechanic Dallas. He has shown outstanding leadership in this class. DE y CARLA MASSINGILL Carla, president of DE, has been 'ovled in the club for two years. She 1 been a good employee and a leader this organization. .0119 VOCT SHA Rl IVHZELL lhari has been an excellent Lployee and will remain in the same next year. She spends much of her I6 with students from Key Link. s,-A. ' -335 I ' " -,Mx f , -C' . 5 'Iwi-mgiE.zgl3':: .KLKILV p , . i ICT PA TTI LA NIEF? Patty has been involved in VICA both her junior and senior years. She served as vice-president her senior year. 'Nf' GIRL 'S A Tl-ILE TIC JO NORRIS Io has played volleyball during th past four years. She served as captai her senior year and was named Most Valuable Player both her junior and senior year. BOYS A Tl-ILETICIS FRED REYNA Fred has played football for four years and this year he made All City District. I-le has also been active in track and wrestling. Full y... 214 HONORS W K GIRL 'S RE U' www .113 :snag 'gum BOYS PE DALE ESTES Jale has made many contributions Jugh his participation in P. E. He shown good sportsmanship and standing coordination. JANICE CARRY Janice has a good attitude and is outstanding in physical fitness activities. She has been in the PE program for four years. HONORS 215 BAND JODY PUCKETT Jody has been in Band for the past four years. She was elected Assistant Drum Major her senior year and she has also received awards in different fields in Band. 216 HONORS Cl-IORAL KEITH WALLACE Keith has been very active in cho for the past four years. He has been involved in All Region Choir for thr- years and a section leader this year. DRILL TEAM MELISSA MEEKS vlelissa has been a member of the ia's since her sophomore year. ring her senior year, she served as , drill team's lieutenant and was also ned "Vika of the Year." RO TC FRA NK YBA HRA Frank has been an honor cadet all four years. He has received the Daughters of the American Revolution award for his outstanding accomplishments in ROTC . HONORS 217 1. F mil ,S "', . L..----I BUSINESS SHARON KEMP Sharon has been an excellent business student. She has exemplified ambition, responsibility and has the ability to make an outstanding employee. 218 HONORS SUCIAL STUDIES NICK CASE Nick made high grades in most of the history courses he has taken at Nimitz. He was also selected Young Texan for Nimitz by the Optimist Club. SCIENCE LEE DA VIS .ee has attended meetings and ticipated in campouts with the ence Club for three years. During junior year, he placed second in UIL district in science . "?,,"'- dl? MA Tl-I DAR YL VWCKS Daryl has participated in various fields of math. He has been a member of Mu Alpha Theta for three years and also active in Number Sense his senior year. HONORS 219 220 CLASSES in CLASSES 4 ci:J':f, , , 'YQ , . ::fsQ:!::f:E::.Q , .-'fag 1 .-23-1-g?1'!-1.3:-Sq. f-'idbh -' '-, .fs .-:ff 1v 1-1-:.-. .-g.:q5.r.m, ' 555- qc - --.1:.g.:g.: ifgigigigln f 5 .NN , . S . gsffs- """ J Q' X K 1 ,-A' . --, ' 4.2 . 8 xv ' 'N '41 ': , Q., X, Q I in :J XJ :A .W ff f,'u'4 , xv 4 ' ol. 9.3 f v'. 0 ' ,J 4 v-'flm i ' 'zap' as 'Q S . ' , ,.,.'. ., ws. W -not 1 gf-j.g.x:s33,A 'gag.:,.- -. 5:51522 'f,- ,:. ck- -,...- Mx 0,--1.: ,H ,.,'-3-: fu? .-'-:a5iCf5r3:f:fE'. E-e:2g".1,A --. ,:l14,g.gg.,:-. .,'Til-T',Q.44fQ.5q:Q,',x N.5.v,v,v,ot-1. ,wg .1-'gg-3111. 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'W 'lr'-'fl 'Ili I"'-'i'-!r4r.-"--'S-Nc!-9' 'f'f!',"5'-0 f"1"'.g5 Nh UW '.' .I J", .'v'1fil'If"0'C1"NTs9.'.-'o'y2 Z9's'lw'4-1J":'sl Nl!! MINE' .. r ll -lgf, y..'3'.'v vp yVog.',oox,-3,-H 3 .',,l 3, W7 S '- 4' 7'1"-gfJ'aI"1' 1:ff:fd3:3S'2-222452333Sf.E41"7'.'J-73 'FH-'Y' 99.1 -n ...F-" -tk 4 ' . . 4-Zdxw o s. .--Aqgv ky ,1,75' Q, q,NM,l In S 35" 'J ,-1' 'ff' fl' 5' aff' Q 99' HW ' L N 1, ve-of 044 , Mn ' na 4.. nf M -2xis1F" In -'S-:A ,ri 4:7 wif -, f I ... - I il ,A . ., ZIV 4 ,ylz . ,.: gf s..14QL..:..' danny Zara. CLASSES 221 fl a 1 2 2 ' 4 2 2 ' 5 2 5 f C3 525 Q ' l E . 5' i Q 1 i Q f H i ' A X i 222 SENIORS SENIOR OFFICERS Dale Williams vice president Cindy Pope Valerie Hicks Jo Norris treasurer president secretary Seniors work to build future Nimitz has been our home for four years. We have collected memories that will have a special place in our hearts for years to come. We have shared good times, friendships, laughter, and even a tear or two. We have watched each other learn, grow, and strive to succeed. Together, we have sorted through our dreams and discovered what is real to each of us. We have worked to build our futures. Tomorrow is a new beginning. For some it will be college and for others a job and family. We are looking forward to it with anticipation and excitement. We are the leaders of Nimitz High School. We are the Senior Class of 1976-1977 . SPONSORS Peggy Wadley Bobby Villereal Sienna Harvey Marilyn Lucas Roe Morris Joe Bob Taylor Rick Thompson Karen Yerger Melissa Meeks Crop leftl a Vika lieutenant, learns a routine to "Mississippi Mud." The response to the annual Senior play was tremendous this year. Enthusiastic seniors put on a fine performance of "Don't Drink the Water" for the student body on November 4 and for the public on November 4-5 . Debbie Feely Cleftj puts David Forbus in a straight jacket to show his magical abilities. SENIORS 223 Szhsf .aff Mark Adams Christine Antle loe Aviles Ballow Bailey Joe Banda 224 SENIORS Alex Aiken Eileen Arnold Cynthia Azcona Pat Bailey Richard Barron Joan Alexander Mark Atteberry Alysia Bailey Ronnie Baker Roger Barron as-v, SQA Connie Alley Ernest Alvarado Leigh Roberts student, sells , a Distributive Educatior necklaces at the DECA store located in front of the cafeteria . :bib fx i few ff: Eva Bason Mike Baxter Mary Becerra Laura Bell Cynthia Bernbenek Sharon Bickers Robert Blake Barbara Blanchett xii QQ L gba 4, J 9 f 4-M N Ai X,-Y rr Y it L Robert Bell .arry Chase, a Home and Family Living student, decorates a "baby" egg as part of Qgjfeflgjjfg . project on child care and abuse . Kam, Boatwright Lisa Boone SENIORS Seniors show pride through participation fi' ,an S. M851 Della Buren Randy Boultinghouse James Bradford Ken Bradshaw Sharon Bragg Kenneth Branch Debbie Brauchier Frank Bravo Larry Brewer Tammy Bridges David Brown Terry Brown Mike Brucia Sheri Bryan Kenneth Bull Barry Bunn Bill Burch Kathy Buttry Martha Caliejas Randy Camp 226 SENIORS Joan Alexander, a member of the Vikas, anxiously watches the football game during the chilly fall weather. 'f Brenda Campbell Myra Campbell William Canney Nira Cavin Lucy Ceraldi William Caraway Thomas Cardenas Kim Carney Vinny Chase Cheryl Clarkson Mary Carpenter Steve Carroll Janice Carry Kim Carter Nick Case Gary Cates George Cermak Mary Chapman Larry Chase SENIORS 227 Ramona Cline Terri Cooper Debra Crouch Teresa Currens Lana Daniels 228 SENIORS Clifton Coe Wayne Cooper Randy Crouch Denise Dail Lee Davis Rhonda Collins Kyle Cornell Matt Cummings James Dalton Mark Davis , f....., Nia -V L. l Jay Collinsworth Deborah Cook Patricia Cotton Sandra Craft Two students admire each other's portraits after senior pictures arrive . These pictures are an important aspec of senior life. 'E :IV QU: Sharon Kemp, a band member, enjoys .he bus ride to the L. D. Bell Marching Zontest. YIM W, ' JB Kaihy Douglass lulie Dunn Mary Duron Terry Earle Marlene Edwards Lea Embuscado Donna Deaton Danny Diaz Lisa Dupree Linclel Easley Brenda English frm Sara DeLaTorre Cynrhia Dobbs Robert Durbin Kyle Eaves Thomas Espinoza Becky Dennis Mike Domalewski Ronald Durham Deena Edmondson Edward Esquivel SENIORS 229 Seniors sort through dreams to find reeiity Dale Esres Dannette Fackler Debra Feely Carl Flarity Linda Fletcher Nancy Fletcher Dean Flores David Forbus Darrell Ford Larry Forney Carolyn Freeman Harlese Freeman Helen Fuller Connie Furguson Lexie Fuselier Janice Fuson Ernesto Garcia Jessie Garcia Alan Gardener Debra Garlin 230 SENIORS Stanley Golden Richard Gonzales William Grant Delores Green Connie Garner Robert Gingrich Vickie Glover Dawn Goodman Mark Gordon Vickie Graham Doris Green Sharon Green Sherry Green Steve Greenwood Mary Grigsby Warren Groff James Gross Toni Guenter Sheryl Guerin A s 1 L David Macha and Warren Groff rehearse a scene from the senior play, "Don't Drink the Water." SENIORS 231 L.. Kim Carter, vice president ofthe Chorale, bundles up to ride in the Valhalla parade. Q'- Patricia Harvey Bryan Harwell Carol Hengy Randy Hicks 232 SENIORS Philip Gunter Patrick Haley Loucille Hardin Russell Hawkins Valerie Hicks ,--uf 5-4- if Kay Guthrie Brenda Hall Dewell Harper Kurt Headrick Sherry Higgins Iaci Hackett Neal Hampton Kim Harris Tarnmie Hendrix Ronny Hines Julie Hoover Ricky Hopkins Linda Hudson Loretta Huerta 'f,xx5X,t. James Holderman Marcus Horton Ysidro Hucrta Gary Huston William Jackson Dick Holliday Terri Horton Mike Hurley Sherry Isbell Douglas Jacobs Susan Hook Bobby House Steve Hurst Cynthia Ivins Keith Jahn .1-,,, Sheri Bryan pins on her fight ribbon, showing her school spirit and urging the Vikings on to victory. SENIORS 233 Career minded seniors look eheed Virgil Jarrard Dell Jenkins John Jenkins Tom Jessup David Johns Connie Jones Mike Joyner John Keatts Kathy Kelley Sharon Kemp Donna Kemper Karen Kerr Greg Kimbrell Dudley King Tobi King Philip Knight Jill Krueger Janie Lackey Jackie Lamb Connie Lambert 234 SENIORS Patricia Lanier Ruth Lawry Barbara Lenart Harrell Lewis .Q v-.L , 1 , - Dennis Webb helps file attendance RiChH'fd LIHYC ecords, part of his duty as office aide. COHIHS Llghlfoof lon Lopez Sonia Loyd David Macha Al 3' Carrie Layne Kathy Linam Neil Lovell Marty Luck Kim Mahaffe WQLZIY y Cindy Layton Audrey Londt Gretchen Lowe Harold Lyon Mike Maner SENIOR5 235 L. Loretta Mannon David Manson Cynthia Martindale Humberto Martinez I . 2 3 Q 5 1 E. s 11" K E - 44. .-5 - X . , .Q if , J Rei . ,, 'Fr Philip Knight catches up on some homework before class begins. Pat Marcamd Ricky Marvin Chris Matson Ronny Maynard Pat McCollum 236 SENIORS Charles Martin Mark Massey Monica Maurer Terri McAdams Robert McCollum Mark Martin Carla Massingill Doronda Mayhall Sharron McAnear James McConathy WP' if ,.- 3 Debbie McDonald Sherry McGinnis Ricky McPherson Merrill Meadows Artie Miller Gerald Miller Becky Mitchell Mark Money Tracy Morgensen Robert Morris Kim Mclienney RickyMed1in Madeline Miller Sophia Montcllztno Deborah Mullins Roberta McKnight Dennis McLaughlin Melissa Meeks Doug Miles Scott Miller Janice Millican David Moody Tim Moore Glenda Murphy lacquelyn Neff SENIORS 237 Seniors develop lestfng talents Rebecca Nelson Renee Nelson Jessie Nerio lo Norris Ricky Norris Danna O'Ca1laghan Luis Olage Arnaldo Osuna Donna Parkman Renee Pate Jirnmy Patterson Robert Pierce Cara Pinchera Cherri Pohle Debbie Pollei Cindy Pompa Dolores Ponce Cindy Pope Kathy Price Jody Puckett 238 SENIORS Eathy Price, a member of the ihorale, sings "At Seventeen" in the 1dmiral's Revue, the Homecoming alent show. l NYY' Daniel Reyna Fred Reyna W Pam Richardson Kim Riggs Marty Randle Risa Raper Ricki Record Kelly Rhoads Brad Ritter '19 Virginia Rangle Twana Rankin Denise Reames Gaylia Reaves Cindy Reeves Mike Reilly Rocky Ribble Claudette Richards Steve Rivers Cathleen Roberson SENIORS 239 'iw' ' Wkk, in so Vicki Taylor and Marijane Tropoloc get a bird's eye View ofthe girl's A Brenda Roberts Cathy Robertson Tony Rodriguez Ronald Rollins Colette Rutherford 240 SENIORS Leigh Roberts Diane Robinson Deborah Rogers Jana Rouse David Rutledge volleyball game. Sharon Roberts Rosanne Ruiz Bill Rush Melanie Rockenhaus Joe Sanchez Ricky Sandlin Debra Rogers Terri Rudder Felicia Salinas tis A 10 it-Jr! ga-:IH HK ,..,. K K.: Pat Sanford Cheryl Shoemaker Jeff Smith Doug Spearman Elaine Starnes Lisa Saunders Pat Singleton Ricky Smith Kathy Spence Billy Stearns Pat Sawyer Jerry Slate Stephen Smith Mitzie Spencer Becky Stembridge Virginia Schlicher Anthony Slayden Rhonda Snody Chris Stancil Philip Stowell John Shelton Becky Smith Diane Snow Robin Starek Jeff Stranc SENIORS 241 Good times shared meke happy memories I I Tracy Strickland Gordon Strong Greg Srurch Tresa Taylor Vicki Taylor , Helen Tennison Cindy Thibideau Andrea Thomas Tony Thompson Steve Thornquist ' Jean Tidwell Bill Toland Raul Torrez Ray Torrez Aubrey Trigg Brenda Turner Debbie Turner Phillip Underwood Mike Ussery Doug Utter 1 242 sENloRs Kim McKenney puts the finishing touches on her makeup before dancing in the Adrniral's Revue. sl.,-r Kathy Vail James VanCamp Carmella Vance Terry Wallace Keith Wallace Doy Vanderburgh Mark VanDyke Beverly VanRiper Bobby Watson Martha Jo Weathers Mark Vaughn Terry Vernon Brenda Vick Dale Villacci David Wagner Jaime Walker Billy Waller Janice Ward Brett Warren SENIORS 243 Bobby House and his friends, Renee Pate and Tammy Bridges, attend a volleyball game after basketball practice . s.. SZ' Terry Wicks Tommy Wilcox Dennis Webb Paula Webb Iewona Welker Don Wells Lynda West Phillip White Robert White Thelma Whittington Daryl Wicks Christy Williams Dale Williams Sandra Williams 244 SENIORS Cynthia Witt H0 Gayle Wilson Kim Wood Donna Wright Cathy Young Vickie Winnett Melynda Woodard Frank Ybarra Tim Zimmerman Classwork has finally caught the attention of Artie Miller, who seems to be hard at work. OVWUL 2 0-Uk, M Q -If ..-5 W SENIO ' 24 246 JUNIORS JUNIOR OFFICERS Mike Sterling, president Dennis Moore, vice president Tina Stanley, treasurer Leah Hayden, secretary Junior Class hosts suooessful events This has been a year of success for our class. We have grown together , strengthened old friendships, and made new ones. Our exhibition soccer game featuring the Dallas Tornado turned out to be our most successful fund raising project. Our Homecoming hall decorations, having the theme "All Ski Slopes Lead to Nirnitz , " were the best ever. Already, we have started to plan for our futures. Yet, there is still time for this. Nimitz is our immediate future and we are the future of Nimitz. Next year, we will be the leaders. We are the Junior Class of 1976-1977 . SPONSORS Peggy Webb Mickey Benson Mary Ann Butts Gladys Hill 7 Linda Prevost Kathy Stovall Van Wilson Paula Wyman 'J' 'W Beth Leadabrand Ctop lefty sings the "Frogie" song in ' M me p the Adrniral's Revue. if ,ss K Qi! Diana Barton Cleftb enjoys learning a foreign language in Mrs. Yerger's French class. JUNIORS 247 School activities involve juniors H H, ,WW Q.:-1 . ,,,,fa,.-1 1. ., .. oiiii A V I .z a V 2 :I , . X h ,B B oiii' in ws. H L 1 0 xx 1. 1 151 i F' 'Z dr ' ,gy f 5 61 , I ,X N v' fi ' ,au ff- . 6 .L . Ll 0 1 1 "VW . -ii: 'ff , 1 Q , ' L it 6 , 'B ,, f A 4 B f . if A A F ' 2 'A A - 5 it i 5- f ' . - 'J' E fl its . , A f JoAnn Aceves Jim Andree Linda Baden Mechelle Barbee Bobby Bauer 248 JUNIORS Angie Aicardi David Andrews Daniel Bailey Doug Barker Kim Bedair Fernando Albert Lori Archer Russell Baker Joe Barnes Dennis Bell . . wi df? '- Q er if .ff-j lyt efi ssi K 1 5192! it li t 5 f' 'Q f'ff'. Q Vj 2. 3523, N 'wi , ,ti xwj! I, If , M X 'Q ? I r' X We ' S r is ,x, H ' ,z 'fiflslzxev erzssfggfyafgw f. 1- . 1 f ,ax x an new 'ggom M, 1 - ' ' 'iw 'L 4 N' ' , . rf '29 " ' , . B, m I ,j N , l -' 1 ' X- iiii ' 'H i f l 5 t X R, X X ,.,,, I iiii ,- . Eifiw e If g, 414 KJ Wendy Alcom Mike Arnett Kim Ball Philip Barnhart Gary Benavidez 41 ai, .- s v f V Mike Allen Thomas Arnold Ronnie Banks Shelia Barnhart Kathy Bench ? Rick Allgeyer Bernard Arrambidez Dalia Banda Diana Barton Harold Bennett W. -225-swtavrizgg V5 'Aga z,,, V F,..,.' 'J B . 51 E . 57' Y .Mb yf 5 ,XX H' nf V ' . . lf IW! X. Brenda Anderson Randy Anderson Stanley Atteberry Tina Bannister Shelley Bates Mark Bennett J ,,.,,..,x H 9552 " ea X X ffe W rn-,sf r 5. gpg 1 XX sn Ke A ga ,J , 'Q kclxfvs A its , i. . 7 .Ji f sl if fi David Schnaiderman, a member of the Nimiiz Drum Corps, relaxes! in the cafeteria after finishing his lunch. N. B ,Q 4 +I" y Vb kg Q, i B U y it V y ' ffl K 1' ' xg :ff ' - B ninii B in r fy IES' .33 izillliiiiiliii' Li Q Z cn, 2, E R ix QE 'fl Xl Ronnie Benrley Delwyn Black Quentin Blackerby Tommy Boarwright Debbie Boone David Brauchler Terry Bilbrey Mark Blackburn Ginny Blagg Brenda Boccieri Diane Boorh Royce Brazier YIYTS1' W . .,,,-Agm-vy,, , pug Q ,. ., -- ...ry,3,g53.g- , A xl. K - M'-' Missy Billy Bowie Valerie Box Sheryl Boyd Lance Brauon Boultinghouse Karen Brewer Dave Briles Terilynn Britton Tracey Brown Steve Brenner JUNIORS 249 Paula Hendrix makes decorations for the junior hall during Homecoming. The theme of the hall was "All ski runs lead to Nimitz. " 092. 5' llssl gf if 1 D Sig ' 1 W, iq, ,Q--fjwwzm ,--'-- '95d"' .f""' ,,,,-1" J, v" 1 c Q4 f f ii -A f ' X fy A ,..,, thy , g 4 f? f' ' 'J' 'fi 9 J ,f fi, Av, 1 5 - 1 'ffra , fi Z A l' ' I VKLL A aid 5 was J is l , M i s i H ? -4 sz' is 5' 'J' r 'KJ' f , , -M, C .A A 5 K "'k ' A,', gf X Q Fri: 4 ' t .C ld . Cheryl Cantwell Donna Caraway Scott Carpenter Doug Carter Mark Castoe Mike Buffington 250 JUNIORS Foy Burns Janice Burton Carey Caldwell Judy Calhoon Tom Cavin 'S V I ,s N 2 45' 4 . xo , TX l 'l si David Burch Debbie Burrow James Cain Stella Caldwell Sandy Camp Candy Caylor aw.. .4 x.,.. , R Em ,shi bkkzkhy ' . -sz S V K .. " . .' rf' E' . gg, 1 J ' if tr ' . 1 . - .Q J J P, J J X - .1 .1 1 f... J It . it 4 .- za i' .4 5 V -1 j N T 'x t' , , . 7 -,tr ,. F . X- iii, K 5: ww x K v 2 K .1 Emu .. , . gpg. ,M w - "1l"' L' t ff' ' N si, it J. - J A pf I 1? 1 ,4 4 ,C J "X ' f ig. X ' ,S cy .5.f,. 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A A M . . my , .H '.1' , .sflifsfis J. f f'-f J f t wo ,MIL if is Q9 ' A IV' TTC! 1' , .'- I J ff . f f' x W X4 1 4' if s Danny Cazzato Carol Citzler Cliff Cook Marsha Cousins Craig Dalton Pam Davison Julie Chalfant Bobby Clark Rose Cook James Covington Terry Dalton Bruce Day Allen Chance DeAnne Coach Carol Coomer Mark Cox Barbara Davis Gabriel Delatorre Steve Chapman Danny Cochran Elaine Cooper Patti Critz Charlie Davis Mark Derr Gary Charlton Jessie Cofield Todd Corbitt Keith Crossland Kathy Davis Roger Dewater Kurt Chase Terri Collvins Keith Cornell Ray Cuff Randy Davis Mark Diamond Susan Chasteen Freida Combs Cleo Coronado Jimmy Dail Rhett Davis Robert Dorris JUNIORS 251 Friendly smiles brighten days for juniors i i N F V',' A iii Mr' ' K '11 ' V Q yi ,g. jf EM , H, -fi? is fr 3 is 'rf' is is 'si 1 3 ,F Q. .i . 4 sigi ,V .ya ' 3 if .4 fl xx LY gl V . v f 'V M Q .. Nia 3 'B Q my 556- .V w I Z 'r ra. i. X J 1 , n ' ', 3 X is 1 K .iff fri, I iii? fi 11 xg qAll'N,a ,iq Ax. ia: 'ir slim. Ed Dorson Diana Dyer Debbie Enochs Alan Ferguson 252 JUNIORS ti, E' 'id K ,A W M , iff " -. .V . . . l I ix. . ' x V xi Li K' 11 Q : LE-. Daryl Drab Bill Ellis Beatrice Esquivel Teresa Ferrell Rich Freeman Bruce Dranchel: Carmen Embrey Robert Esquivel Tamera Fisher Darla Frilts Michelle Dunn Ricky Emmons Sylvia Esquivel Michelle Fisk Vanessa Frost QL, 5 I Q E7 if 'M X Q ff .C v-A -V , 1' ,X H 3 ig E' E' If 4: '1 f E QR "' my. . eis.. .i si.lss , m E isis ,Q -f 'gi " ' ff A L ,ga l x 31 , . ' 1' ev - s Q2 , V - rr 72, g I, gr. . Nancy Durham Andrea English Ray Evans Charles Flau Dawn Fuller Kin Duval Lisa English Gary Evins Linda Flarr Linda Gaines M, kg fa, if , 34 ,,,a-W Nez, -f.'-,. 155523, , gl T X 1 . K ff. fl? 1 , - x Q f - ' 55,471 4 ja rs fm' z -A HN. , K 99' , Lf fi. Ar: 1 ' 'l X. me 4 ll fm.- - swf' Laurie Duval Diane Ennis Susan Fackler Wayne Franklin Kelli Garnmill A Y g..x gf G . wp , la Gary Garcia Beverly Garner lulian Garza ,, M, . Urea an l ry , my Y H r W ij L.. W ,sy QQ "' ,Vx "flue: nun... lCunp.5 an l',,e""vsoasoo 'funn CCC! snoop.. lllill Evan...- U ,ffiisnss ' t9L'lbu 4 C010 U 5,1 Iii! l.0l lille Chalfant pauses in the hall to smile at friends while on rer way to class. f VE 'X MQ ' ,f f X as iris F. .fa fr .r.. . w "'- E. . k " i f kklw' fy, F 4 Q rg 'S' 6 5 2 ik Vickey Gibson 4 xli. wr, rf 3 ,xi NX, X ., ,rm x, 1. ' : -A es 'W A ,IQ - - we A. 'T Ii j - f' yss, M :QC . 'sk A f. airs . N ,as L FRP K as A L I I iWi?5iiv'r I x f .,.1' : V, R - ' 1 , ' ' szvgr- - ,., kirby 1 1 . h .f . A I iiz ' -1 'g .1l .s1 f li9 'y sf Q .,.. A .. ' z.. fli?.,4: x.. .2173 '- : Nw '-' ' , . 1 5115 .1 ' 'A I . 575 'A': ai f my it . X. 1- .Aix s Q -' H fl A -. 1.5 . " 1f? X - 31 sw-saga ' "3 L' 1 :ff 111, fu , ..., ef as Q 2 1... - W . fr fl ' M' xii - f' ,bw in . K A -Q: K .V T HPS? .. - .7 ,, Q . Carolyn Gills Henry Godina Kathy Grearhouse Mark Greenwood Jack Gresham Lynn Guemer f ii, , gg. Terry Glidewell James Goolsby Cindy Green Sabrina Gregory Billy Griffin Glen Gurn Rube Glover Alan Gorrell Doleua Green Dianne Gressett Manuel Guajardo JUNIORS 253 lk Charles Lester makes Anna Reyna smile by giving her a friendly hug in the hall before going to class. cis? - It TX, ssrr ,f"1' X 1 L , gm E 3 r" 'gli-1? A- Q2 X 7 55 4, L ':-1 Q xv, A I F 1 K Us K X U L y Q his if L s is? Leah Hayden Lisa Hayden Jerry Hayes Tawni Hearon Ricky Hebert 254 JUNIORS Mike Hallmark Sherry Hamilton Lori Hampton Dena Hargrove Terry Harris Cathy Helton Mark Hamilton Teresa Hammonds Craig Hargrove Billy Harris Norman Hawkins Ken Helton 1 'H-:af qt 53 Q , C s 0' Q' 49' 1' f jg it f .gm , on K 'V : K a y x I' Lt .f f my J l Q2 1' q x ' as -Q Q if E gg I lg:-1 A k.x.. f. W,.,,1 Xlzk, 1 I A iff ml Q l 55: go, . ' t . wif M J , 2 X .iig L 1 r I :A f- Q V Ns" 1 Q Ziff - . rf ul si 3 rl K 1 'N 'J if x " .. 7ff?l2 1 ., ,S ,g vf i Ai " ,Q t 1 - -Q ' ' ' X 'AF E XA A, I ' .2-if -If . ,,: Q L 1, L x ,K t N A ' - E J . sa A 5 ,y Q x ' F lk . " ,M Xxx , ll V - A J f Q. .D J . LXm.e57 in or E il' 6 an L mf' K H M ff W E . . f ,fyi KL.--1 'L J J 3 , . X ti, L x . W - Y K A il. " A1 Larry Helton Paula Hendrix Kathleen Henkel Howard Hensley Steve Henson Gene Hilliard Lynn Hinch Mike Hines Martha Hinojosa Charlie Hoedebeck Amy Holliday Marie Holloway David Holmes Judy Hoover Valerie Horning David Howie Terry Hudson Johnny Huffman Cathy Huffmaster Laurie Hull Tina Hunter Jeff Hurtado Kathy Hyden Lisa Irwin Robert Isaac Donny Jackson Kathy Jackson Randy Janes Kevin Jarnagin Diana Jenkins 2 : 'xl 'X J, W sl. , ' sk 5?-'Q-will L, .. a ,.,,V ,, , is r y,. ,V f Lf. , 1. Q. -yt I Neal Herring Hal Holbrook Cheryl Horton Kerry Hunt Letha lvie Tom Jessup Mary Hill Jim Holderman Billy House Janice Hunter Marty Jackman Richard Johnson JUNIORS 255 Juniors raise funds for busy year 'ff 5 "MQ af 32252: 'ir "' '7 rn ,,., 1 -K 1 W 3 ,,, I V Al ,, . 5 l r 'CNY I 355' if fr", V' ig ' 1,27 rl It L : ' L I "WV ,.::Y15k PW 5 r . '41 ",, ra, r M V ,. ...za gtk ,VL mf ,, , ' y 27. .. yziwi ,Q ,- A, :Q XWYJ, 'rf ' if it . "" 'M N vm JT' , A A A W M' ' TE It L L s L3 X'-fx , 'hi r Y '- T ' f . K , - ' W, as rrrr - - , X ' X' 7 r x A , ' -,L f . L ai ' ' V I :WV in? uf' 'e 'Y - m ' it " I If I 'gg 1, 'r I vm F draws EL , AA. .M I '4,""" , of Q' gk ' -15 1 'HT A M I W, PM .,, . -me-k H . ' ' ' .x 1' V ' -,-, 'I s,,,, if N -in XX rlanfrai I f Wanda Johnson Yvonne Key Keith Kirkland Terry Laws Wesley Ledbetter 256 JUNIORS Karen Jones Roger Kimbler Keith Klempin Brenda Lawson Sandra Lee Torn Jones Gwen Kimbrell Wayne Kretzmeier Marsha Laurenzana Dorsey Leffel Teresa Keeling Scott King Debbie Laired Marilyn Layne Rodney Leffel Robert Kelly Jeff Kinser Danny Lara Debbie Layton Jean Leibensberger Laurie Kennedy Alan Kinsey Jerry Larson Beth Leadabrand Charles Lester f A 5 K 'UQ' Q 1 I ltd, f f 'h r 1 Jr A v 4 4 . H J G4 r V '11 , if 1 ,r , if X . xi , Y. v. f ' I "f-fr I f ,yin Julia Kent Kim Kernal Eric Kirby David Lawrence Jay Leboeuf David Lewis f J .rf , fast fa' , X Zi R M? XE Q ,V :W F .. W , K H ir VL, .X at ,A ' igffg 1 ' V ' A Q w i QL M if j W 1' ff 3 lf' l , - 2 K, , L i F' V ,, 4,,, , ' x f Paula Lozano Tammy Macha Tanya Maedgen Randy Magby f 5 Cindy Markholt Betsy Marshall Mary Marshall Kathy Martin :J R, H' , 3 ' t ' M, ,M , 4' as -:. 444 9 Q l st Q. ff ' 4 FX 1 if Qi x.- Y,,' W ,Q N xx f 1 X ,2fZW"1:qQ,'.V K " "Q . l lv! A 'i QM ,y ,iw W y ,JfQ: I A Kent Lewis lose Limones Robert Loyd Lauri Maltsberger Jenni Martindale Rito Martinez Fred Mayhall Scott McClure Brooke Maner Alicia Martinez Marvin Mashburn David Maynerd Debbie McClung Anita Mareno Paul Martinez Greg Matlock Cathy McCammon Debbie McConaghie Shelly Underwood, a French club member, collects money at the bake sale held by the club. JUNIORS 257 gif' k,.V n I i i f - , ' rf " fl i fa. , K V. , K ' X Q. ,ln 'F 4 , 5 Y x Jx M f -sewn 3.1 4 'y, Q 5 ... - T A 1 .L , 44 Sf sv 4. si x, , 'Q Ji lx vis C if Y ,ff 1 f' " ' X. Sv ,IJ . f 1 A ,., rx A 1 X - vii- ' gv -is N A, V ' AVAA me sr' - A 1 t f , T t - 3 l, L Q' :gills Pam McConey Teresa McCormick Terry McCoy Cindy Mitchell Shari Mizell Carol Monsees Alice Moore Tracey McCurdy Donna McDonald Kamie McFarland Sherry Morrow Mylinda Morton Curtis Mosher William Mullen Sandi McPhearson Pat Meadows David Metzger Lynn Miller Matt Miller Mike Miller Randy Miller Johnny Minter Kenny Minton Dennis Moore Tina Moore Laurie Morrow 258 JUNIORS Greg Matlock appears to like the sights around school Xu :Lo 4 '?Tf'7'l . PM v. film? . I , ..,, gp, to 1-it ' 'lie' M 1,-'K' tqrvk W 1 -X, ' Q iw " ,x 'k.' fi 2 . 55 ' V xv .W V 'MV-LJ, .iw f 1 ,- 'I ps - , X ,L 55?-if P, A A Q "6 P .P 1 we 1' r 1 e. k 1 fr- 1. na- . .., -. 1 . . -X - , . X QV 5 .N mga 1:41 Steve Munger John Newberry Dennis O'Donnell David Pallett Sherry Parton Barry Pike Kelley Murphy Cary Newman Andrew Orozco Kathy Parks George Patrick Leah Pinchera if K r X . I 5 x t , 'A ., . A ivy", - 4 ,,,. zmlbk if ' 2 ' we' f' - f : 'krk - K G X 'Al N, riii xi ' f:b" f A w. .. Q, ,R 'FK "Sf W l 1 I 4 l ld ' if -X . wzbfill Laura Murphy lames Newton Colleen Ost Richard Parks Jeff Peiser Gina Pough 11'-iii i d T xiii! .x ' ' -seat r 2 V 3+ ,Q Terry Murphy Brian Nichols Pam Overland Gracie Parker Paul Perry Penny Ponder s 1 S If 11 we -. ss wb -Q r as .5 f ,Mg :W Q 53 ,ii Z .3 L. V. xg 5 , 5 .. t X x sf ' 1 V .N .V 75" X ,s D Y ,Q Lum.: , nslr 9? 3? fi ir -,h. 1 5 All K , y E P f s . ' R ' K , all P2 ,r l ll . ff '- Pslll sli L , ylii 5 S K pf Q I A ia? 1 'V le 1, . wa- ,. we-1 ,1 w x . ,-1 ep Q if Fw vs V' i . , 'f..,,: ' Q R I N . W ' X50 bf' . , :ik p r , iv Vi x , l . . Y 4 'i 1-- x. ffl , r f If 3 1' 5 Vince Neel Cindy Nerio Robbie Neurath Darla Nix Donald Nix Lisa Northcutt Eddie Pace Mike Pace Mike Page Anthony Parma Mark Phillips Kerry Pope Gerald Parrish Pat Phillips Randy Presley Kem Parrott Kathy Pietens Billy Quinn JUNIORS 259 Juniors boost spirit with skit JJ 2, ffni fi pug , , ,F is v s '5 ' bw' i W V rg, gms- 4 f ,-gag ,Q W sas e . 5' I 3 .1 5 J .f wfr in H ,rl Q 'Rev ri 5? l 'gtg .R C 'Q Ji :rg L15 ' ' IN! :un nm yi . ,Ai it , ri, xt lv f i 'Y . ' i f ff 'iw 1 i.,-4 , C, V wa A K if ,.,V 1F"litf" 7 f ' . . -var V X xlm , .' , ,sq - . r ' V Q 1 ",' I J y yyyy S , ' ' 1 fffzs 11 gg f l A I J 1 ,l gy it SXNTHZJ- 'if If if .9 iq A Q, 41 A-fe '-:yn 1' ' Mi- f a 'Wifi X s - Q. 'E 7 ' , ' Q--a it r Q f 'dmv ff N 6 X , " A ., 7 WAbVAA WAif J up A ,. ,,,,. t V. W' 'QLL T . I H X ' Q y V , 1 X I , I K 3, J 5. ff m f kk K K V . n k KK'L U ' I ,.Vk S J f ' S , ,. S ilf x ' ' , -QQ.. - " . .A',A' ' as r Jacques Redding Sharon Redding Cindy Reeves Lonny Rice Troy Rice Renee Rich Philip Riley Ray Rinehart Molly Riojas Helen Rogers Leah Ross Glenna Rowland Kelly Rushfeldt 260 JUNIORS Jay Rylant Paul Salick x,"'? Phyllis Reeves Missy Richardson Jimmy Roberson Kay Roycroft Pam Sanders David Reinhard Jimmy Rie Linda Roberson Renee Ruff Sammy Sandoval Q I - 72912 , glee s-1 8 ses 'EJ ' ., 5 .qv ' an XR 75 3 Q32 A 4 jfs? f f wsu , K A S fi 'S I as gs 'nl Tqgf ig if ' XX K i Lx K 'X Don Reininger Ginger Riggs Jeff Robertson Raymond Ruiz Mike Sandridge Anna Reyna Clifton Riley John Robinson Rhonda Ruiz Scott Sarandis Mike Sauer S? , i 'gxlv f K Q' ,.,, . , rv A-' ,A . Q, Y , :cj 63 0 all Q t t-3 . ...gd 4 .rf ff S 54 ' W , x ,f- M1ke Sawyers Marty Serstock Debbie Slaw Scott Simmons Danny Srrith Linda Smith T2 'V , .V tp s J? J 1 .VF 4 Y Q f . I ,, J , f X , , . 43. 'W' .xp .fx 'elm'-,tv Q: gh , ft 'I . 'uk Us ft Jill-'Nw . ,ff as s Jan Schenkler Larry Septer William Shelley Lary Slate Joel Smith Pat Snapka .N ff' J t JW, t if st ' 2 wx'k: 'Y' , . ttt, it f K .ggi it W t F 'X as Q M , Q 'Q 1- K, .A.,.. , . J Q Q, if K Q K fig" Ji! Q tw .f .MS I David Schnaiderman Danny Sevilla Don Shook Wayne Sloan John Smith Patti Snapka S5 A ps. pq si. J. Q if -if k i t l A x , 'f f 3, J Yr, K: K xg ' ,yn is t. xg f -V 1 1 , 1:-i,6 " 1 sf -Z - 4 -- tx: hw- r J ,W o f J P 3, .K L f Steven Scovel Thomas Scovel James Seago Tanya Selman Juniors Ctop rightj participate in the Junior Class skit to boost spirit against the Cardinals. Tina Bannister Cbottomj represents PELE, the child care club in the Homecoming parade. JUNIORS 261 um We :Q , li ,L - 1 3, St t J' l, t R , il' JW Lisa Hayden and Marilyn Layne, members of the drill team dance the jitterbug at the pep rally on Fifties Day. in is - . '73 'V A Q if ,.'i La l, , XA " in -V" it f ig' ip., Q ff X Nl A 7' 1 i 5? B t 6112 . N X page ,-' ' - ni t Q, 1 - f bfi J II: :W Brian Stout Tammy Stowe Rama Sweet Becky Taylor lim Taylor Matt Taylor Robbie Tedder Diana Tellez 262 JUNIORS Paul Sollenberger Tina Stanley Becky Stegman Mike Sterling Billy Taylor Barbara Tennell . . , 353873 fi , . S V tg S ! Terry Spurgeon Keith Stanton Karen Stephens Mark Stewart Hal Taylor Kevin Thacker J, x 5 ,ing , a fa D' 4 ,t lb, ...-. HS 35 0 K' it K3 - l ll 34- 'U li , ,J 1-f , if ',f ,. K1 K Karen Staley Debbie Stearns Dana Stepherson Annette Story lan Taylor Carrie Thomas t I 6 'Q Y A FSL t , ' fffffdl J T +A by Q2 l V r , r zrvq' if l T, ' 15? 1,1 Xi K Qi, i l . l' Marsha Thomas Sonya Thorson Phyllis Turner Diane VanDyke Ann Vita Camille Webb N . Q . .f V .QP cg' 9 3 17' L. X! 4 X ws if 5 ,El Q Q t, 5+ as-9' ss N M ,, . il sz fx: 7 Q qw. V t , . f H A ef S fm 'Wx Pl! Y Wg? , JN S D V -1L- fffff ff y tsts . s ,N t l ' ' ' t Q eg W V "Uri", 5 L' ' - ' 'gk px 5 ' at 'I , K-. T Ai? sql? 1 h e 'A WWW uw AM is A x xiii- with V ' nf 4 1 V fa M- '- , ..,, Ni V' , ' in Asfzjg y - s ki V ' . . - ,, x A X . 1 X W. J? i A V ? w X .f A, x V I gh ' 1, K M E' , ' 4 17 ' ' :gf .Q 3 Y ,Wg K ' Z- 2 qs . f, - ,K o 49 if new sf' +A T ' , , f ' . -- f V -4 f f. -Y I f T' A 1 fi? 4 f 1 he f 'bf ' Y g f, Q S K NNW gisi-'QF W X . 71' ,., A . Q 1 4:?: 'jIg Ak . ,175 .iw 2 'R' fi .'b. a ' if 7 of 1 L..' '- re sl if . .. J x W I lb it 1 f!f7lf5 , Q ' fr S V, 'A 'M K r' u- ' f f K sa f 1-ff 6' '12 ' :Swine 1 ,W Us '1 .f i r 1' S h h h if l I Sandy Thomas Denise Thurmond Robert Truitt Kelley Vardeman Becky Waller Teresa Webb Wanda Thomas Steve Tittle Ann Tyler Almina Vaura Mike Walls Donny Webster Alan Thomason Leslie Toland Gene Tyler Heather Veigel Dawn Walston David Welch Dawn Thompson Valerie Thompson Annette Towner Elizabeth Tubbs Shelly Underwood Sherry Vail Manuel Vela Kim Verner Matt Warner Nita Warren Doug Welch Billy West Ricky Thorn Lyndon Tucker JoAnn Valentine Tracy Vinyard Kari Washam Jennifer West JUNIORS 263 Hhs 15-at s gil tw .2 . Charlie Davis slicks back his hair and wears a leather jacket on Fifties Day. I ,A ,f"-' VX. VX . ,L I Ts " ,ki w ,I Q g ' x SJ V' '95 is Q fl .4 e J R 3 f ' X 55 1 x7 ,Nt 1 3, rg- . x 2 W . 1 t we if at ,-,,.. ri LL ,9 lr "f' . M t L .. T - 7 x xiii gi i ,K aff-Lt QS V t C3 5 xx I . , 'v' We - -My .lf 3 125, Hsvjf, K , 4 V A I S Y 5, -'Y' ' 4 1 ' ' ., Q , lt Q' 9 3 M if s 'M' 'V J ' r x V, , t g -' A , 5 y A ":. 4 C' X ' .' ,Q-S V . ., L A if ' . - , 'fl' f 1 .1 Ss. -- I t f f ,, f X. , i t - K .,,,7, I ta r' 4 ' r-',i t t 'i , ef t 2' '.2l...7 ' as e K W Susan Wolever Kim Wolfe Sheri Wood Mike Woodall Vic Woolsey Lisa Wooten Peter Works Ben Wyche 264 JUNIORS Pam West Steve White Jackie Williams Sheryl Winters Rhonda Woods Bud Wyche As' Teddy West Tom Wilkie Randy Williams Susan Whitaker Robin Woodward Penny Zimmerman as Tia ' f ,W 'F W1 ' ' - fi '1 -- f , , it, . Q Z 3' .4 Q 5 he gf W vi ' t N W x giyl i i fa S 'I if e' 1 ' , if A' X ' 1 ' AE Q. ' ik Diann White Steve Willford Kim Wilson Karlene Witt Sandra Woodward Rhonda Ziegenfuss ..,- Y 1 l LN Debbie McConaghie Qtop lefty enjoys the work in English class. Doleua Green Cbelow righrj paints posters for child care. Jesse Nerio fbottom lefty shares a joke with friends Billy Cross and Tracey Brown. JUNIORS 265 rf f 42 , -,- Q- fy' ,g f 'V' ff kW af., , ., N 'X QQ, W W. 125 if Sophomore spirit key to successful year Spirit and participation have been the key words describing our class this year. We have been interested in the events of the year and many sophomores have taken an active part. By working together, we received the spirit award at several pep rallies. We have discovered that every person is important in his own way. Each person has something of himself to give. Through this discovery, we have grown close. We are a class of friends. We are the Sophomore Class of 1976-1977. SPONSORS Peggy Looper Bill Althoff Martha Evans Irene Glasgow Diana McMeans Vicky Massengill Janice Maxwell Q Bonnie Boyd Ctop leftb takes a break during the activities at the L.D. Bell Marching Contest. Jeanie Martindale Cleftb gathers up supplies on her way to decorate the sophomore hall during Homecoming. SOPHOMORES 267 st gf tnas A 2 li Jl Myra Adamson Rosemary Aguirre Jeff Akins Lori Caviness thinks about her next performance in the L.D. Bell Marching Contest. 268 SOPHOMORES gs 5 .ft f Y' .:." ' H 4 . 1 tr,, F " it B 'ff ' ett C C A f f at is ttet A K ,. m x, Ai Jlmmy Allen B ' ' , l i i ' ' ft? Y'-- 'fi 1, AA 1 uw.. ,-,- ' Ex , fm! W' A dx -y Q , ins 'Ea' K g 5' -rl ,!.v had 1 3 A N . Q NN" ' L-'V ,fr 1 W A 2 it -all . , x wil Q,- 'SSQX , - K' 155-1,1 its - ff, N ,B , x X -J 1 X 3 xx zriw I fe, 'V W W vi K 3 si 2- ' ' QQ 5, K- j ' dew" i f A r Kellie Allen Carolyn Ancheta Rhonda Ashley Chad Bailey Triska Baldwin Raymond Banda we B 5' .L iii!! N 3 .ff Scott Alley Tina Armstrong Teri Atteberry Cheryl Bailey Ken Ballard Toni Bannister Ignacio Alvarado Dwight Arnold Lanette Auvenshine Lori Baisden Sandra Bamburg Melanie Barbie Smiles end laughter made each dey successful me .4-T. 2 an-f , .1 " ' v. , fL""s, vbftffw--idffglj Q La . if ' 9, B I . ' ,e'A .. , ,, - ' H' 'Q 4, FK B B ' V t ., ' 4 . ' ' B ' '5 a f'fd9ff2"'e, , f ' 1. r 8 fgf 'B W WN x z 'nxt-it ' -, 1 ,-',, fin. B ' . X ' 11 . e.,, K lf' - f , t, a 2 NKM' , f 2 Plat "" ' ' x 'X ' ' me "" i- , ., af' 'Wi 5 A 1 if B if .?'7,- J -:xy X gi E 1 i at vt V B R 1 t N 'F f , J Nt V 5 , 'B ffG1'3'.J ' V 6 K ' Judy Barnhill Darci Bartlett Kay Baxter Linda Bickers Rusty Boone , Q9 -am at y wt . , 1 e M Q . H Z gY . 1V, V 9 :ri .rai g y i 51:4 if t,, u ' 0 ' f ' 'P fl 4 ' 7 Brenda Barns Lori Bartlett John Bean Annette Bilbrey Mike Boukin B551 Lonnie Barns Judson Barr Kenneth Bates Mark Bates Sammy Beckwith Tanya Beers Iosheph Bille Margie Billey Beth Boument Robert Bowie Lus Barrientos Billy Bauer David Bench Bill Bridewell Bonnie Boyd A .V -U' f?5Yff5y ' V Vy A 'i " '-. K lk 74 ? - Q Cynthia Barron Cynthia Barron loe Baugh Shara Baugh Sherri Bennett Loretta Berry Mike Blankenship Torn Blough Amanda Bramlett Sandy Bragg SOPHOMORES 269 5 is . .... Xu, , . a. I - 'W A 6 ,. 1 gh: 150. . jr i MW , I K T ' Q 'S 'Big 3 K we ,. B w 1 cfs B is ' , Q! Qxiassii J , uw nff -' J M Jn , 1 . - N K I 4 .- It sm' . 2 . Richard Brannock Gary Briggs LaVetIa Burns Bryce Burk Bobby Branch Ray Bridges i biwx Q W . ,gl B . Z.. in qi Ai- , 7' xg, ,, , f: 1- .. ' f X as s x f Wi' rim: me ly, Nw, 5, . .. . f. . . . .wx fi l If E r Z 'lk , VX B ' 3 A Q9 'i .. 0 ' I mmf? X 'flalx 535 5 'xx ,- ws, .QE Virginia Bravo Danny Brazil Cindy Brewer Lisa Brewer Essie Brown Greg Brown Tamie Bryan Dwayne Buchanan Darren Burrow John Burrow Pam Burrow Mary Burton 5 aa ff B me-N' gg h K' ea y i J! ,e f' X e . Sue Edwards, Phyllis White and Melody Fogleman relax while wailing to perform 270 SOPHOMORES Alfred Montellono daydreams in his spare time . Norman Brewer Brenda Burnett Isaac Butler Teresa Buttery Sherry Calhoon Jim Calvert A 7? Q r Y 5 it S "Fri fl x FQ is mi, , K K-may Y , ii ' A ' kk!!! . H A Biff .QE E. is. J I 5 ' i fi fi f 1:4 r 51 V: A N.. 1 'K' r A , M, 7- if K ,- ' Q, , " fig 2 it X ' my X is gg p , s ,... I 2 A 1 6 . ..- f -a g ,g'V' g' I KAJR W .4 .W J. f Y ' K . - J Richard Cambrorn Randy Capetillo Lori Caviness David Cook Bill Cranford iRodney Curran Bev Campbell Russ Carpman Mark Chapman Janet Copeland Scott Crew Joey Curtis Keith Campbell Geina Carroll Letris Cherry Lynda Cotton De De Crocker Lloyd Cunningham ,ff r' f' n n X . , . A . ' 1 . X5 gi +91 2- in .vt A 1914 3.18 Q l F-,L ... ge We- Q I i st , 5 S if ' fr: tu 1 uly,,r y.uu y ' S V I VLLK Pr ,,. I t". B at 3 E K. -W Y PF 5 . 1 if f Xiao ff xi W I is ttR'r E , y,, .. f B Af os 1 vga S' Q ay.i . ,C A at , J 3 p y p 4 e ll , t 'W 1 pl tLra V V ,E :5 A .-15" i t erm V - Q - 'v 'iri ii 1 ' Ixf ' QM! fi .. llk' fl 1 A' ' , Rodney Campbell lim Carroll Kevin Clark Gayla Covington Aaron Cross Sonia Dail David Canady Richard Carter Andrea Cline Michelle Covington Billy Cross Brad Dane Susan Canterbury Steve Carter Donna Coach Russell Cowen Deborah Crutsinger Gary Daniel Salina Cantwell Isabel Castillo Paula Conner David Cox DeDe Currin Steve Daniels SOPHOMORES 271 1 Q Kay Baxter exchanges her books for her next class . 114-M 4' an ,C 4,1 ra x Y I n K A ,cf ' L., . H" 3 y I , 1 I ,T 1 - . Q ' zu, V is ,. A 1 V X 2, V X Craig Darden Lori Delane 1 X 1 ess 'ii ., ,. Ei? 5 , f 4 wi 'Y-T YY K Y s ,S 2 My r ,wha 25 y ,E x Y x Q Q J fag-, Q 5, ,, X 1 0 X ' X f-. . 1 Q Y if iw, 4 If Q .1 Q . k".f " 7' . QW 1 - ' W' K Pimffff' V ii . Yi as ,gs f i .-1 V, ' . . s W 9 ' Q ' 1 Aj 1, ' i f W " gn 2 ,nr , ' f 1, ix ., H " C " ff f., ' i 3 Q . ii" , . YQ i ,ef , . 'Z 4 ny Q f, " i' ' ' 2 " , " ' M , ,gy V 0 2. .K-z .4 , 1- Q - ., . 11,1 WZ.. , , ,,-A 35, , f ii, f. V . 1-. 4,51 1 v- . ,.. - ff J: -, X X ,f A .' 512.315 -.f,.f-'T . f wx V7 T '- .' ' c , . X 1 . fa R,,'v Q 5 2 -x may , f James Davis Iimmy Davis Ronnie Davis David Delarorre Bobby Dennis Brent Dennis Sendy Davis Dori Deschle Twanda Doris Michael Drake Tony Duron Kenny Edmondson I E I l nf piggy 4 W A f' K K - f- .fx sv. af ,f .y is - I f jst' C f f 4 , .A ,, xx SI. K ,V 45 , Ks. , ,,,.f f K ".,' 'X ,T ,ig Wy , , Cindy Dela Garza David Dickerson Adele Dorbrirz Tim Duffield Carmen Ealem ffl ' . 1. ,f f 6 AFC ,,,, -V -1' w-,w,f , is , Rick Dela Garza Teresa Dodd Tony Dosterbosch Don Durden Joel Easter Spirits arise throughout class as they Q. ,, ,..kk ,... K ,w, K . unite L 'ff + 5-'F' fx t A ' wp 1 ' Q , - ,tr' . 1 " f -H4 X 'Q' ef , , . Qi : K. W Q F . ,. i"t F W- 4 fs f f to as it F i gvx 1? Q ' ' li i 'Gif I D 7 H ,L . 15 ' 8. 1 'X 'A ,, ' 4' xx X, , -it ze.. " F - f EQ it ii 1 - I Q its . :lg W N A' N :vig .fi ,Nl I, vw fi . Q ' ' f g ' 1. if t 5, . ' 5' ' " E 1- l 1 , J 'F 1 i ft It za. a A B X I . ' K , x K if " 5 XX I, at A f ' i.- ' ff X me E, A-X X 1 f ' . 1 I . , fs - 6 I' P tk 3 as N . 9 et ' ' "" - ,- his - 'f 'wk ti 59 -.f fig I 'R ,. '5 sf' I 5 1 -- K W .t fn.. . 1 2, . A M'T'?,, fi fd" fn .27 4 5 -fin: i.- A Q- A 'W X 1 5 1 fait " f, 5 I N ll V. I df N rr-K I H i 6 K' :in W ,, ' 1 . K K' X r r K f W' ' ' J Q ..,L. - A ifzi r - f is , -f N if r-gf .V - it . gf J i l , 4 . , f Q ' x -b ' F . f snr '. , ' ,e Sue Edwards Chris English Tommy Evans Chris Flores Carol Fritz Nolen Egbert Becky Enriquez Mike Farmer Melody Fogelman Linda Fritts Lyn Ehemann Cynthia Epling John Farrish Dewey Ford Kenny Fuller Charlotte Ellis David Esquivel Benny Ferro Risa Ford Glen Gaines Rosemary Ellis Rosa Esquivel Mark Fisher Donna Franklin Jesse Gallagher Jean Emmons Cheryl Eubanks Steve Fitzgerald Sheryl Fread Joey Gammill Delia Empey Terry Ewing Bonnie Flaherty Ricky Frick Doug Gammon SOPHOMORES 273 if I , .ffl - , 'QUIK 11 ' 'ff lf!! X. XV G P 1... 22425: C as ii' '3 ' ' ' S ,f nig h it ' 43 , X3 1 ' t if . , V579 fi W I ' l a ssi" iff" 4' i' 3' ' X y , A 1 , Awwltigh x I Max? ft, ,1 , t , - , f 2 0' ., Q F L va , , W,., -1'1 1 Wi . Vi' wi :J Vk,1 . Y L,,,LL, N - y f W'.' A '--V' x 4' Yi Russell Ganzer Nature Garnero Yolanda Godina Jim Graddy Damon Hagar Frankie Hamilton David Garcia Maria Garza Lucy Gonzales Tina Gray Marion Halecker Charlie Harjo 274 SOPHOMORES Freddie Garcia Regina Gebert Johnny Goolsby Dan Green Danny Haley Lynn Harper Maria Garcia Wayne Gilbert Virginia Gorden Anita Grey Lee Hardin Nancy Harmon '49, 3 if 43 . ' sq 'na ff' ' 1 'f r' ,, V' fa. .W 1' Norma Garcia Rica Garzia Chuck Gillinger Bobby Glasgow Teresa Goshorn Michelle Gould Kelly Grove Steve Hackett Kathy Hammer Cindy Harnmit Juli Harred Cheryl Harris 5' s 5" W me ' f 9 'L 2, f , 5' was jr, Mr 14341 I Y QE!! LeAnn Garms Paula Glover Leonor Guzman Teresa Hackett Cathy Hamiltol Becky Harrison -my 'fi -a 'liar ,,,, ' jr 51, ' , f 49' I ff bi ,ix Q 1 rg is 2 3 ,ew-f my , , Q. , , N Y W La A M - , ' 521 2 . f F-J ,, up X Mike Harvey Doug Hensley Tammy Hill Eddie Holi John Horn Brian Housewrighr V. if k.V, f ,,,,,A 1 ' "7 ' I 'f ' 'i"' W ' 'fel ' .X V,... K ,xrhh ,X A 5 X1 l Barbara Harheway Ray Hernandez Tammy Hindman Barbara Hook Tony Horton Debbie Houston Jw 4 459-1 Mike Hatridge Jerry Herrell Ricky Hinojosa Mary Hook Fred Hou Ladonna Hudson XT?-Njlg xc at MX 2 z 3 fi Q. Q iw? 1 , l .4 H' at .I Q9 y 9 A ff k I. Jamie Hawkins Georgina Hearn Mark Hebert Dana Hensley Ernest Hickman Gerald Hicks Debbie Hightower Barbara Hill Pam Hobbs Beuy Holland Yvonne Holmes Chris Holt On his way to class, Jimmy Davis pauses. SOPHOMORES 275 Sophomores participate in "Spook day"aotiviz'ie: 4535135 , '-',, X 2' . J J ri! J 'f :xi .V 'A .. ,v ii gh lx. 5 5 , me ff' 7 KKK ,a r 'X ff I Y fl A 4 ' e , J . J pp p fl, rf? yi if A V I VVL V, J in :Lx M , 'X :iii J r. 4 . i ,N vs. :J pp p V ,J Q if ' J Yolanda Huerra Ricky Jackson Mike Jessup David Keller Teresa King Charles Huffmaster Charles Jenkins Edith Johnson Cindy Kelly Virginia Kinsel 276 SOPHOMORES J A Q4 . -""" ,ir i . 'W-S. I . V " 1 J , I r John Hunter Lonnie Jenkins Katherine Johnson Marlene Kemp Michelle Klernpin Debbie Huston Rhonda Jenkins Doreen Kamenock Scorr Kemp Lisa Kohur at -' 1 'v C9 :. xl: ' ffl 2371? 954 Jim Ivie Mike Jennings Charlie Keane Roger Kesrerson Mark Krueger ,, lj . 1 ,f up J 4. 4. g""1Q'f, '21 Q . . .jffvim JL ' f 0 we '23 1 .. , W is JoAnna Irwin Shannon Jenson Judy Keane Doan Khanh Sharon Kruckner Jyyr ' 4 ' , Janis Jackson Cathy Jessup Chris Keeth Freddie King Karen Kubica Q 'wwf L rf, Tony Kuhn , gl L L p ,, L ,I p 1 1 , A 5 yn , W ,J , A 'MN . T3 Q , Y ' 1 if gg! 5 ,, ni l iw: ig: wig vykk , a K 7 LQ- K I , 1 Y 2 M! , e - wrswg, , 'Q , 9' V V , , , f 5 ,." if i w ff! M i ' ' .55 J Kl" L we jk QE L y p ,jg p 5 eq + f' at L , L 'Wil f I "'Yf Barbara Laden Laura Lambert Anne Lamere hi ' ressed for spook day, Charles Huffmaster stands ready to HIC SOTTICOHC . f sl' ll ff 'ff ,Q.,,v, x 'rl .-1 ,Y Q3 4 li' 5 ' k f e L eii v ,,f. it n V, 'pw K :11 1 w ww 1 ' ' c LM. I an y ' r ev ' I 'V 'W ' t , , KZI- f, , . "1f- 2, . , r.a, 1 p y fi "', -J Q7 ' eggiit' iii 35' ' V V12 15 ' J' all X ",' Laurie Landrum Rhonda Lester Doug Little Bill Long Raymond Lopez Colleen Lynch Imelda Leis George Lewis Brian Livesay Larry Longhofer Donna Loveday Kim Lynch Debbie LeMaster Edmond Liles Garvis Livingston Paul Lopez Joseph Lovery Tony Maceuicius SOPHOMORES 277 V f"'3 . Ja If A ,' .4 N ' .li .. af' 'fu . 1 Q va Jeana Sawyer and Lisa Hayden participate with Vikas in a morning pep rally. 1- 4 f' 99-1 ni T , - ' I E it iff' ,Q ,f ' Ll' QV: ' .,:,, ' ' ir , U 1 ,lr-4,2 " b ' , A E355 -1' ,Aa'm W ' "" - '.-- -:-.-..g-., 1, fy, ,.. fi --'fn -12:3 :kwa J.: .. 4 r , . 1 1 ' ,Q I 161. if A QM' I cpl . , fi" J. , 'T o ' Vi' l W ' '24 ar t .ffm a N fra YQ. at - af YM in Sherman Mashburn Jimmy Mason Suzanne Mason Roy Matheny Bobby Mahalik Joni Mammen Connie Maynard Randy Maynard Ken Mayo Renee McCall Debbie Mangum Linda Mantooth 278 SOPHOMORES Romona Marcantel Jennifer Marshall Linda Martin Troy Martin Jo Ellen Mathews Mike Mathews Becky MCCarIe11 David McCarthey Dave Manchen Frand Monzelly Benny Martin Jeannie Martindale Mignon Mathies Sue McConey J 5 5 'I -M gf? J Zag X 'f ,,, 4, K Q Q . A,, ,X 1 ,ff l V V str li il 1 4,5 1 , i 'F , ' , wt k , . gy - Q l -X M 5 inda McCoIkle leroy McCullough Eam McElroy Mitzi McGone Susan McLaughlin P onald Miller k 12 A W 59 1, r, 'V .7 5, 4 Q jf Glorie McCullar Cindy McDonough Winclell McGill Glen McGowin Darlene McManus Kathy Miller 5 0' w .Q tx it 5 Q ' Nature Garner smiles as she thinks of her daily events. M i as 'Q' 5 L ty , ' I "H :F " f .,.,l,- V , 6, W Q K- i f 3 y gn, ' W 'f ' Q ' 1 . 'Y , in f f X , L A . I I A 'll M ,fmgf R K- x A K L .J . ,r w ig!" 2 n QQ a ' an Q Mike McCullar Belinda Medley Mark Mexia Wayne Milholen Lisa Miles Don McDowra Sandra Miller Shirley Minor Keith Mitchell Becky Mize Billy McGlone Vicki Mclntire Cindy McNei1e Pat Miller SOPHOMORES 2 1 Dreams of tomorrow bring hopeful futures T if In V ,a , . ay I I W W " , Y ., Q4 "' ',, VY ' 1 f 0 , 1- ' ' ' ' f - , ' , if , N' . K - fs ,' 'Q , " - - M ' .rf , r'rr 4 A 4 To ge ,rf54g,, I U , 67' I' bg' , .' lax 4"f2'9""- , :Her R? I , 3 , f, V 4, X - I W . ,, ' ' t ,J Nr ml me fe, er k V I t ' 5 1 R Qr llll ' -we M or , 5 Y 5 relz, U 1 ? Vykzk I Q, I ,Nh ' " ' 'iii r, 'sf , r .R UQ, X 3 . f ,rrr A , - . , E ,,,,, W. V ,Y ,Q I ,Q M ' -'::"' t ' '-7 V 4 i A K A V V' .C , fs ,, f' 1, -'T fi iff? 3 ' r'rr , f t ,. sf T RTX A N ,, sniff 1 ls ik I wr we ,-- K, "er Q M sr, ' is if ret T :'5f-4ll!'..- f i. T - -M X Hoff it ,,,rQ. T es X r rr-"w X r Jeff Moncrief Kathy Moss Roberr Nelson Lelean Norris Judy O'Quinn Alfred Montellano Susan Mouser David Nentwig Ralph Northcutt Greg Overland 280 SOPHOMORES ff Anna Lesa Moore George Mumma Byron Neuse Ricky Oconnor Wayne Overland Tony Moore Tammy Murray Robert Nicholas Dionne Oliver Jeff Owens iii if A 'Q va 'Q ' ,MI V X I F7 f ff za'fm. l L 'R iibi ' rw xgkf f ' ' ' 3 - 5 24 , 'Wifi f,,f 4-r. 1 tm' r L Robert Moreno Kathy Myres LeAnn Noel Jean Oliver Terry Pace Robin Morris Chris Neal Nora Noland Tammy Oliver ihmanuel Palpal- latock Robert Mosher Keith Neff Teresa Norman Carolyn Olsovsky Cheryl Parrish l Q. S 1-f . tg . ,i 6 54 s2,r.g,,,fx,-'-154, ff? .. is hrppp 1 i g ' All i ' X'-F' David Nentwig shows how he can place spirit ribbons in his ears to make them look like they're 5 Q oin throu h his head. Russell Cowen joins in the fun. X.. ' .K ,mb g g .. H. 'K s , tn. p Q f Q4 P , Q . 1 Q. My , W Q I 37 ,Q Aeu , K , so ' fd.. v 5 its it P Y 1 1 Mark Patrick David Phillips Micheal Phillips Tonya Pipkins Joe Pizarro Vicki Pled er Jimm Plumle 8 Y Y Greg Peiser Angela Perry Johnny Peysen Randy Phelps Dan Phillips SOPHOMORES 281 +21 fp J i -ff H.. 5 are Tony Pompa Jesse Ponce Jeff Pond Debra Pope Janet Pope Joe Power Tina Prather Briggitt Preston Donna Price Paula Rabyor Debbie Rangel Charlotte Sherri Reiter Virgil Remley Gary Renfro Rawlinson 3" ,EN 3 Rf- V' is ef? " H- , ,. ,,t,, way ': 1 1111-f f ' fr :'l152.,,:- f. ' 'V i J'-I A 1? Johnny Porter Keith Rainwater Sammy Reyes Ia- l - se. I' c lenni Marshall practices her forehand . Mrs. Staggs enjoys recalling memories with ex students . 282 SOPHOMORES ie, sz! in ,J .gif if : ,W .1t.k,.st A ,, , -A w, uv, H-fwy, My W . at is 5 X y P 'x l Trina Posey Kathy Ramsey Joe Rhodes Betsy Ribble Judy Ribble Connie Riddle 1 l s prix 19 f' I . Nw, t Y K if 'fm W7 Q 1 If -Qi, , S13 f W nas-'-:v LX 1- X jx 2 "X, 'Q- 5 1 lg ' al S -t ,' F! Norman Brewer shows spirit as he decorates the Sophomore 1 ...S " ' AQ: S han 1-54 + 4 K" -A 'wifi :Hgh l 'X'3 9 . r ,J 'wif R smftfiis te -6 If D 1 Q w Bkrf f 5 ii? - -iii. - if iff, 6, W 4. 4, rig ':' agkw '-X gf y fl f tg W 5 roo Q 15 S 2 5' , S f A roll r r. if Nw 3 . . S f A 5 - . y 1 hh , ' XY w x ,,-aw. i "P" G rr fi' y Rinehart odre Rogers isa Ross 11v1a Salinas atalre Schumacher Peggy Robinson Dela Rodriguez Mark Rogers Mike Rush Billy Salmon Brent Scoggins 'im Wa 1 ,it if A ,t 5? Lf: '1 T' R ffgs Yi ,. .V ,wt . ,359 f f S 'Z fn A ,LVV 1 ,. ":- ffl , A -1- , 1 -i s fr- . Ag..-'A ' Q 4 , - fr., , A A I- ' alerie Robinson , . K 1, K Ax' X. ,A - f .1 ref? 'iii tginf i H 5 ' Robert Robinson Cornelius Rogers Steve Rogers Donna Russun Robert Sanchez Rita Scoggins Kathy Rylant Robert Ryan Ralena Ruth Sheri Sanders Cindy Sanford Neil Sauer Kenny Scott Robert Scott Gary Seabolt an ,,,- f W K V- 5 4- Ax LQ 1 25, Sam Salazar Jeana Sawyer Jim Sears SOPHOMORES 283 if ' f K,-fn . xii 'V I a. NA? if "'i' 1 .. aw- f 9 M X 2 ., 5 Windell McGill enjoys his lunch while talking to a friend. Qs ft:-3 V , if . Zvi Q pd: Q.. ,iq tfgatfi I ,, ,W ., V. , if 1, I A , 41 Q nnhh , I fl yn: S b J A if , 'ie 4 A' f-rw 5 ff' 6 av m .1 '- t f K .., s Q X , , S " . ,V g'AtrJ,, QA, I 'il Ai H I K ,fl X1 4 5 ,fil m 31, 4 ,,, ,I .L N x '- X sn-g,jz,gn' -5 4 , ,- Debbie Smith James S mith Alex Soto Dana Spearman 284 SOPHOMORES . W M., Q , V , , , f 1 Jennifer Smith LouAnn Smith Mike Stevens Jana Stinson Kathy Sekula Janie Shaw June Sherman Deanna Skelton Melissa Smith Stacy Stipes Doug Septer Vicki Shaw Linda Simmons Laura Skelton Ricky Smith Troy Stone is Paul Shanahan Brad Shelton , Randy Sims Bruce Smilie Rebecca Sollenberger Greg Stevens 'friendships with others offer close relationships 2 .' 'o N. .,.. ,, .W,. i,,5,,,! , , ,, , ,, sg, ,K 1, F L it 'ia it A ,, iiii . S ,S it y T, WN V I Y "' .K ' ' 3 fi V Ib l' xx . 'hi 7 fp riffs If W N. ' V' i YW f . s'W,, ' f pw g A J, an get A' TL 1 'fbi M f p 1 6 1 jx K ml w I 5 i 1 l ,, ls. it F A xi' ,A Rf, ,fmw I fl , i A xg , y S biby V . D i,i., 'fstlm' .W 9 I obert Stone ike Tarry Iames Thomas viary Ann Torrez ianice Turner Kevin Story Debbie Taylor John Thomas Alice Trevathan Wilhemnia Turner Ion Strong Tarl Taylor Sheba Thomas Marchel Trimble Kathy Tucker Ka 52 ,Q i Glen Stubblefield Tina Taylor Steve Thomas Rhonda Trobaugh B. J. Tweedie 2 xv. W if- , ' 1 ,a V ' t o ' lf .ssito ' it is I .za gli t f A 4 Q 'V V . be , if :J ' 3 4 3 1- N ig fm, ti 1. its Mi- -a s, iv f 4-1 .. . Wendel Summers Pete Tellez George Thompson Robin Trobaugh Lisa Uselton l Q PQ , .R ' s . N . K X W VM ,wa ,, ,, f, Diana Sumpter George Tennison Ross Thompson Puggy Troploc Frank Vance '-'r, 3 3f A 54, 41A ffl' if bf ,Nall f 3 ,x 1 A ' ry, f , 1, Y Janet Sutter David Thomas Charles Tidwell Lorraine Tubbs Shirley Vail SOPHOMORES 285 Sophomores hold the key to the future i'1 -," . , ,- . , L , U! uf 1 .. v v Z 'Y is -Z 5 . Z , hr ,- r" ,Ax .l 'fr W aff' mf! ' im f ,rm K , in if 'fx ll it mg: 5 1 of f- 3 -. l S , 2 Y V B Q2 Qvxff , K . I , V 7-E: V V .Q L . 1-, - K Y Y: L ld J I 1 V X ' ,,,, ,,, , 'S' ' f ff, ,',A l' Eg ks ff: - E., ' - t i A ' v, R a 'A, of tttyy s S e i f ' 425 , Y ,. 3 -ff 14, TL ' V- f f ,pf 'imii'-perm.. fi? X ,.. 4 ' f vw: " f . f X t t 1 t' t o at . stti til' t fi M ff 'r gl V. . " fi -4 ff? ' , V -ff. 4 xx we -A ,'N, 5 ffl i , if fl 'K 373' Ti 4, J S ar' r x ti ",' 1,. qt 1 " 5 1 filo , . .1 ,,,,, Henry VanCamp Marshon Vernon Craig Vogel Tudy Warren Patricia Werner Jerry VanCamp Cathy Vanderpool Mark Vanderpool Brenda Van Dyke Susan Vernon Dana Verver limmy Vest Tim Vest Brian Watts Lisa Wade Jimmy Wagoner Jonny Wallace Jimmy Watson Robert Watts Robert Weaver Tommy Weaver Greg West Sherry West David Whotley Phyllis White 286 SOPHOMORES Q 'S gm 1 V. 52 f H Qttv, ,, tl, if ,Q . J? V it Steve VanWart Martin Villa J. I . Waitrnan Monny Webster Robbie White Lisa Vasquez Vicki Villareal Brent Warner Debbie Weiss Tommy Whitlock l l ,M AKV, 4 3 . -. ,fx faith if A it Ken Mayo, Ricky Willis and David Canady participate in the Halloween pep rally. ' "" 4 1- -as S Ija I . , . ,..,, K gat . A fe, 3 .fm tmp lllp ' . I If ' . an V' 'f ar' , C 1 . is Kflcitfakxf , sais' I 1 .lj -, A' yr, Q I, W I 35' exit. x, r r .S W 4 , T :Dias C 4 : " 2 '5 ' if 1 M, . . "fI.fiLV' e.., ,' wi, ' ,,,., E k:'k az. ggi . ' , N r I X , K , g V , , . , ,L J 1 . Q '- . gk YK X M 14 s V , ma' Jzwjx x Y ef , 1 N Z iff, J - , L, , M if t 5 my aff , 'ee , A, " ,. Aff? ,. W'-W ,fa ' A G rf 4 ,M U 3 it 1 X, , rt A ,V yy ,Xb V.,h ,M X G, ,,,, if I Q Vi G K ,U ,Y J, .snip V ' 1, .J 32 'A ,: ' 3-ff: W , 2 P' 'Q 1 . 4 . .L '11f- ,tw - 'f ..WE !l,, r -W ' kv .cw ,, K ,Zi MJ p A A i Q G' ' A H ,Q V 5 , 7F W Ilan! ' z , Bbq r li F' . 'C f 7 , F g tw, ,wr may fr 1 -If W - ' 1 at 'li , as f - ,E W Vickie Wilson Donna Woods lill Young Lora Winkel Linda Wooley Johnny Young Don Witt Rhonda Wray Gilbert Zavala Cindy Whitson Parrish Wilkinson Robin Williams Dan Wood Mike Wright Gene Zellar fs: lit' 'fr V3.1 .Ly ,. if . Gerald Wicks Connie Williams Ricky Willis Kevin Woodall Kathy Yarbough Larry Zimmerman Chuck Wilkinson Polly Williams Guy Wilson Steve Woodard Gina Ybarra SOPHOMORES 287 288 FRESHMEN FRESHMAN OFFICERS David Peiser, vice president John Randle, president Meledie Mitchell, treasurer Cindy Curry, secretary Freshmen gain insight with new experiences We were the newcomers to the halls of Nimitz. High school life was our new horizon. We experienced our first high school tests, classes, report cards, elections, pep rallies, activities, and spirit. We had fun and made new friends. While striving together to grow up, we found out what it meant to be a part of a class, both large in number and full of enthusiasm. We are the Freshman Class of 1976- 1977 . SPONSORS Jean Smith loe Bourland Helen Bradley Donna Chandler Donna Grant Donna Hopkins Greg Jackson Linda Kingcaid Merrily Yarbrough Ctop lefty displays the spirit exemplified by her class. Robert Betts and Tammie Mitchell Cleftj talk over the days happenings. FRESHMEN 289 Freshmen beast largest class at Nimitz I ,, K t ii A , V , ,, K3f2! . ,J A ' 4. - , rs, X 5, W, hr 1 "Q ., tn. "'1:i,t- ' X' y t f A L- - A 1 ,. ... A ,7 ' f 1 - .ff , x 145, 3 if ,Ali 2 asf- 9 5 ll! ' 5' ff! .. .,, ,,., yy Y, , f'ffG,Z.J ,rg ,A vc'-r . X.,,,,f 1, in s L 4 iff l f live' WM :V Z' 'Q' : A A w fi 1 f i fiWi,i'?:iB' YQ ef 1' L 'Ag 2 2513 if , A A . ,:,. V , rm 7,19 -. W it , ii A , , K Mia : A L V xg R it D I, 'fi , A 45- 4 1 fl 11'-,. - i I' M fl :e i . 1 ji - j, 4 , , rv j' f fl ' 'fl 1 ,gy as B 1 A 5 ,ff . ,, -"- -s A. ' A ag. - y X 'ff at 3l Q 5i.w4?f?i r , f l 1 -ew. 1 A ' Q s W . A V, a.g425sf:veAQa, l..a , ,Q Aff .-'K ' as -1'b 1 rg M lagfgffr at Qs i .4 . 1" , , 7 W fi' - A f 3 fe it A., was , L 'M ,f ee 'C JAX A " i , HQ, i 'I' Q fi 2 X , X y A . f A Q rf if P , 1, if tu 4 I ' . Rhonda Adams Sharon Allen Charles Archer David Baker Teresa Barbee 290 FRESHMEN Charlotte Aday Vickie Allen Teresa Armer Jackie Baker Billy Barber David Aguirre Cindy Anderson Julie Armstrong Linda Baker Danny Barnhart Sam Akins Debbie Aldridge Morris Allen Sandy Allen Laura Anderson Lisa Anderson Delia Anguiano Robert Anzaldua l Kathy Atteberry Melinda Aviles Gary Baetz Chris Baker Marvin Baldree Valerie Bambenek Wilberg Bams Tammy Bannister Russell Barnhart Ruby Barrientos Leslie Barton Lori Bates ri G . My it . N 9. 1 Rickey Bates Sherri Bates Debi Becker Victor Bedair csruu Cindy Windham Ctopj helps decorate the hall for ITICC c cky Wasserman, freshman Cbottomy dances at the mecoming dance . is ei? 9 I ,V . pn . , aff- Fmiglf B3 ' Scheli Bennett Walter Betts Loretta Blackwood Renee Bouillion Denise Brackeen David Brewer Ken Betts Pam Biggers Mary Boatright Ruth Bower Jimmy Braziel Richard Brewster , Bw 2 Mxlimw z,,IVk,! 5 Q 'Q' f , .ft 2. 4. Robert Betts Kim Blackley Stephanie Borbon Stephen Bozman Rhonda Breland Ronny Brickley FRESHMEN 291 ,4 M yo ' 1 1 'G QTopJ Roger Burrow learns the steps to a "5O's" dance while Crightj John Randle escorts Cindy Curry, freshman Homecoming princess. v 1' I T I . 'f "" if , W cs X , iir ss, ' l f ff' st. vga ,, , 1. " '31 7 ti "lfi1X'1i 1 B " eff Q! " i-gm -f C , ' jg I rep?" wifi' in ATXYQU' 1. ff' W - '.X'r, ,- p ff ' M' se 21, B f A A ' ' ,- 1 f ' W, r fill' . -u 2 . - ' ' - ,V , flag ' K' JAX I ' , ' . ts l 1 l rrss g A l o B f V y. r if F 5 t ll B ,,. sl B ' gt at 5 A KM: if V gg ,. , ' lf ' 'of' I -f gj-nj A I I . gr t fe l rr o ' Q if R B T of -L C R ' ft 2 ' ,E .,L, - - :V -WI. a ' ig' 1 1' MW . inf. -. A -. ,aff r it " . f ,Q B ., . y ' B .. i l, 9 r B srss l . y C 72 I . . 'r:'TfiiH ? 'B ' H . 1 ' i f X- A r X , B. V, :ii t, sql Mark Briles Jerry Brown John Burgess Sheri Cagle 292 FRESHMEN Robert Bringes Marlina Brown Kevin Burk Allen Calhoun Steve Brock Sari Brown Sherry Burket Derrall Calhoun Wi 5 .. Mike Brower Robbie Buckner Kelly Burns Noah Cano V t A if U I I, . .i, w Cathy Buffington Donita Burrow Jerri Cantwell ,xtlr , t , 97140 Q11 af 'A 2 fi, 'f ' H" ' l'oo R - '- x ' 74, wii:.f'h,w f . , 2 'F ,L ' - I E. 3,-A A 1 V , ' ' f 9 if '12 'af gre. .14 4' Donna Bundrant Brian Burch Roger Burrow Robert Buttry Sharon Carpenter David Carter E :BF 3 a lv A 12 ,A 1? :', zitfffig' 'VQVQVVVVV . ' ,J J VJ ' J J J B f 5' A if "Yi ."' if 1f?f1f"i i , XX 4' A 'L 'N 'VV VV -- sf 'V.' VV VV V V K f yu , ' Yi. I. J 7 -ev , f is . V VL,A. f Q -Q MV V VV XV VV V 'H 1 - 7 f, - 9' T., Xl . 4 , N w W if -1 VVJ V , ,Wa I f ,'. s V VVV V Vw V? , ' 1 ff ., J , 'lr -k"h 5 'f f 'ff ' . fL?1 . , '31 J A ' .,, , 1 - J M tt s J J , , J " . 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" " "F fl? 1, ' 1 5- 45 iv' 4 ' .Vw 13 ' t "1 t :Y S 1, ,3 - Q.. I i -- fr f -a Mvyg, K4 A V .gr .4 V , f ii H V . ' v rt, . .4 2 if-. r 'S V If Q e - 7 4. if 1 f . 'X . A 4 'x'fw'! ' Y' if K 'M M "JJ -:J-""' - I '. J. Tonya Carter Gail Coleman Billy Cooper Richard Crabtree Randy Curtis Renne Daugherty Bobby Chase Rene Coleman Cheryl Cooper Suzanne Crouch Mary Ann Cutaia Anita Davis iz Juanita Cherry Mike Collendrina Kevin Cornell Jenny Crenshaw Robert Cutlip Chris Davis Cilvira Cleveland Kelly Conner Joann Coronado Jeannine Covington Jeff Covington Stuart Crenshaw Cindy Crutsinger Cathy Currin Stacie Dane Jed Daniel Jerry Daniel Donald Davis Gloria Davis Pam Davis Connie Childress Patty Childs Stacy Collins Brent Conder Elizabeth Clough Beth Conrad Donnie Cowan Cindy Curry James Daniels Scott Dean FRESHMEN 293 A: SnlYl"S"!" .. N -f X vt YE ff M V i , F 4 , . ' a s K f y wr A Q wff. Freshmen recreate a Viking with the face of Robert Redford and a Cardinal with the face of Frankenstein in their skit at the Nimitz MacArthur pep rally. y. f . . 1 ,Www w 2 z r f 1 1. , , N V ,N A . ,, ,ay J r - , ' ,fr ffelli. , V V mp g y f, ff Qi """'fZ " ' ,. -as 5 Evelyn Delatorre Freddie Delatorre Fred De Lorge Damon Dennis 294 FRESHMEN d -1 ,il rrin I 1' img K Q H V , -'i' W , i.., L 1 Q' Q, , . 2 , M24 - '. : : X K ,I - t A f 'F ,wr - V.!,,,3,l W, -' A f - A " F iiss N . ,Y r, wc. ,fk. in fi 4' V 1 . -V 1 v 12' A J- , Ki P X DA. 11,1 t ,jk 3 N '-4 x i t 3 1 ., ., 'Z 1 . IQ xx X l y Vt as -' we BCP l J A4 y ,l ti'27 if l 454 ' if 1 1 2. 'wrt Q Q 1 L 1,5 5, X I l .x y xx ' ,M . W rg .f"1-ge" 'I ' r ft 1 jf ' "J 'rw 9- r- 4.2 " , , ' ' 1-3'f7,'-Q 'f Q" I .4 U ,A , . L wr' 1 .K f X , ,EV David Desrosiers Geetha Dharma David Donley Donald Drake Pam Duncan Margaret Duron Carol De Vasher Dennis Dilla Diana Dorbritz Cary Duke De Ann Dunlap Joe Earls Angela Dc Water Teddy Ditmore Lary Dorsey Steve Dumas Jerry Durham Keni Eisenberger I Skit snows monstrous talents of freshmen via 4, , it t i f tt tttt't A 5" at 'il i A wr .gi 4, .f 1 , f . I --X . ,,,,, -' , M t ,,,,. ray V ,t ,. I A ig xx y K ' .4 :Q5g. ? 1 vrfg, Y , pp. as ""' 1 'A' W "', . ' 5 3 4 ' 'A '51 f ,.. at p t-tt x f f i 'E' , L ,, 1' h,,,.' 5- ,W at L. ,il .t ,Q .f ,awe ssst .t F t s t E H it L 'M 1 Q ,fm . , e t M E i t A. R mm V ,V I 'rjfeiu , V W an K .vga-.mu i. - if i"a A if ft? tttt i 1' G K F A .,,,,,,ty A ,,,, t - V M ','t'. 1 -- - f I ,-tr ys, .,Q-H4 -tif EQ? , pg If 5 . W G K. saw n H L, T wav: . , f f, 1 gr gf . , '-f, ' H 'K sf. F tts r -' 37 t Q few r.zarf2',,y3+f3,,iy?E, , M 3' 1 . E , ,, W H "-1 B . - 51, ig eff, F E Us .. f ' ' "1 " f aiffiffliff fa 1' -V , li 'ttt Y - A ' f fp E, 'F 'jg , fe ,- . ' F- 4 ' '-,-, t'-,, , 2- 0 1 't,,. 1 , N 2 t b r . . . r ,141 , ,xv-rf Q fs v-"sg, , 'S Charles Ellis Yolanda Espinosa Randi Fisher Renee Fout Stacie Frost Lorri Ellis Joe Estrada Lynn Flaherty Beverly Freeman Edward Fuentes Melissa Ellis Jeania Eubanks Jesus Flores Donnie Freeman Billy Ray Gaines Jeff Engel Stan Evanko Tina Flowers Ronnie Freeman Dina Garcia Sarah Enright Ioada Evins Diana Ford Ronnie Freeman Felipe Garica Sandra Ercanbrack Rita Fears Libby Ford Royce Freeman Bruce Garner Eugene Espinosa David Fillmore Rickey Foster Jeanette Fritz Robert Garnett FRESHMEN 295 W' x 5 for l . "' 5 , Am K it me r ,GT , V , - my , Q ' l ,xl if VVL: '.'L . X f if .L "if II ' ' 5 l J " 4, fQ,,vff"" ,V f, E, ' - F9 if T 4' L 'ff ' ' 5 ' a f'k' ..ff , " ci M In , 'Z.izM"' Q X fi ff l Michael Garza Tony Goletto Sally Graham Steve Grayson .lay Gressett Arturo Guzman 296 FRESHMEN 1. is :i a, . L W A f W !, l A ii Raul Garza Ernesto Garza Tony Graham Daryl Green Bill Griffith Elvia Guzman .ai H I ., ni ,Eif- I V,,..l K f AX I: ,,k, Y A- -IX lb x 'e ea. J' ll?-". X lax f.jtf3l? J 1 ,. --1 ' 'Y 6 g ,. - ye, ll-fs. Lisa Geren Tamara Goodman Clifford Graves Mark Green Kathy Grim Perry l-laberman tg' E1 A1,-.Qg . I' Y 5 J Q mf A y,,y s EL 1 wifi 'ami ,Ke is r I gh G Q jx 0' . 6? "7 ' f wi L , , ., 5. .,.., L, , , ,xx :y.-.f"l,, I N 3 v , gf, :M I E Q51 if Ai 1 I I , .5 2 'Z of 'S T3 'f K 4 gr,-N. II 1 I X' i r figs -, , , HJ g L, af ilk Y r , f ' fffwe l' - ' a isa "" 5 A :rite 1 V 6 i t ig 15 4 - VS f t as 52, Aga- 2 it M l X M ,, Q. , ,J - 1:::,3g, ' ' R , -, V, Q taki ng, I ,gg , 5 Q 'f. ,w a , 3- Q-fa . - , 1f l5l:..J ' r JK ., , it f Pi-X 58: ' . 1 4, 5 1, .Aw ,ai .. - Clint Gilbert Phyllis Gordon Tina Graves Ginger Greenwood Cheryl Grosek Tim Hair .4 1 1 Ln I H v :A r 1 V. 1 ' - ,fa 3, r 5 T7 feng 1 , , . 1 ..., v' ww... N if Y X ., , , X ,aff Kelly Giles Connie Gossett Lisa Gray Phyllis Greer lack Gross James Halepaska Maxine Gillinger Tammie Gossett Sandra Gray Ricky Greer Flora Gutierrez Cindy Hall lim Glasgow Chris Gould Sonja Gray Debbie Grego John Gutirrez Doug Hall I' sl V, I It ., ...,f, , V, -, U? " ' . , ' , A., , Wfvv Q , u E4 fi 'mf ,,, 1 if Lashune Hampton Russell Hargrove Waylon Hargrove Brian Harjo Hale Harris Ken Harris Kim Harris Phillip Harr 1' r, ' trb' W , . .. 'Xu ig if V D , 1 5. ' J i f',r f X " l . fit? 7 of-fy, i s fi ,T p Z' y - r ' ' P' ' ff . J ', f 2,5 ' im V552 'ir ,FN , fr, 0 - f , 1 g H :N .' H m y Xl' t f AW' l 1:1 2, U R . f X " ., s 1? x - ' - -',, .L 'Y Wg? Q-sub. R y V X .Hi-: , if 4 l , , F fa? al 'i Q O rw " .W ' A 1 ,MQ :xv .if ' , 3 i. vu-,las 17 K, I , l . 1, - Q: s'z.:z:se21s,ss M , X 1 I ff "W ,VG n fam, 3.3 M 1 , f , if 'll ' K -t ,mr l si g is f ,limb .K M w H rl.r H' Sabra Ham Brian Hamilton Mike Hamlin ' Bruce Harper Kelly Harper Brian Harred , Roger Hart Mark Haraway Donna Hatheway Carol Head Randy Heady Don Hearon ,,,. ,, ,V Susan Heiney Steve Henderson Cindy Hendrix A W - Yr K r ' 3 V x ,Q rrr, i -, Vizl 5 r F Angie McCoy, freshman, wears a big smile as she walks down the halls at Nirrlirz . FRESHMEN 297 298 I-iigh school activities become routine fs? 2 f aa? ' Me the , ,,'. ,,.'M,g, P A I K N 5.12 ,- V , ., ,, K it t t W - f was B o M X is ,1.5,,,, A ,,fbA if ei ,,,, ,gig 'Ig xx K 3. . 'R f' 2 F' V Y ,..,z. ft' xr- A 7.1 ' , iv if A K X Xb I Q x I 0, 5 itse J H , .t,i.tt .5 f uf is 7 5' as " 1 i Bridget Henkle Barbara High Randy Houston Toby Hudson Benny Ingram FRESHMEN ,qa?,:x ,gg sf' , ll if-iff ' IEW , ,,,1 S ' Ay., 1 x 4 am' X 1 fu Ab - kb s 1, v as itll 'tl we Randy Henry Ciro Hernandez Fred Hernandez Skipper High Randy Hill Troy Holley Jimmy Howard Peter Howell Kerry Huckaba Don Hurley Mike Hurst Tammy Huser Monica Islas Vivian Isley Kim Jackson Q J , J all J' 11 l , Santiago Tommy Hernandez Hernandez Greg Horning Beverly Holt Shelleny Huckaby Mark Horn Chris Hutto Jay Hutchinson Paul Jackson Olen Jackson Connie Donald Debbie Hickman Horseley i Hudgins Michell Ingel Myla Ia HCS .bm Randy Jarosh Billy Jenkins Delayne Jenkins Tammy Jenkins J Q- Y , '04,-N '-Q.. eith Meeks looks on with sophomores during the Homecoming arade. rw sv.. Q L 'S , ' , P " 4 , 1 ' 4' s f f Qs 9 fa x 3 .2 as I f,,,.A f -- ff-. . , 6 EJ 371551 ' Q , 5 4 1 f K Eff 1 , if , Ly: ZJ. ,, ' , ' J' J" Vi? , ff . 'ia my J -b - ,LQ- J 6' W 'V '7 b y , - 114- J . lsll 123,-" for I an 91 Q L wa, I 1, me 2 1 K' M :Hx- fl , !'3g,h .,,., 6 ,Y 1- lf, ,F w R . . ,t -2 51,153 ,Y ,- w el"'JJ R , an 1 1 Christi Jensen David Jobe Mark Johnson Darcey Jones Stacy Jurecka Theresa Karns i?'t N LX w 'sl ,fs 51 N Dolly Jeter David Johnson Anthony Jones Laura Jones Randy Justus Ray Keeton Mitzi Jeter Ginger Johnson Butch Jones Daniel Jourden Cliff Kaiser Jamie Kemp FRESHMEN 299 'A ' Q af' Z au- ,,,f LeRoy Kemper 300 FRESHMEN l Carol Lawson buys some brownies at one of Nimitz's many early morning bake sales. The bake sales helped the various Nimitz clubs pay for projects. all 5 - ,f Q K ' to o,yyo y o,oo y to y y ' .t .3 ?, . . , , N y y -,X ri Wwe V3 A Q 1 ,'iA,ni f rf 'sw :- if . 4 " 1' vffijr, 'ft - of mf- ' . .. ,, ,, er 1:32 , , an 0 5 I V7 A "' L ' lf' A . 2 -W ' . I 1 Hy: A, - 4-jtli 7-N. L 9 Wi: L , 4,55 rig., 1, -I Legg V .3 'in Kristine Kennerly Desselle King Stanley Knaust Carole Lawson Bruce Kennedy Laurie King Ken Kopilec John Ledbetter Kim Kennedy Shonda King Brian Lambert Robert Lee Xp , K., VV. 7 sr il Tammy Kile Howard Kinsel Sally Lambrecht Stanley Lee if Q A Q : ,g -,I 6? f ff XM trr. 1 S ,mul ANG? K A Debbie Kilgore Michael Kirby Peter Laurenza Grover Lemarr :ff 'Q We...-F Q 'J' 4 1, 3 X Deborah King Tracy Kirby Alice Lawson Lisa Lemmon if ,f L xr 1 . Vi K 'F "wh y N 5 L , Y "f K i ff L , f, ,g n,I.t . :N A. H Z' I X f of f' 3 x ref C X -. ' tag, 4 ', y ,. 1.3 A 1.1 ., f -Q.-9' . ty Q Carol LeMaster Tricia Linton Eugene Love LuAnn Manning Robert Matheny Mark McCain ,I if , , -, ff as K l, . V 3' ' 12 1,-A' A Yu ,Q . r , ' E LI .eil ti v r i gkr, A .M t Q t ve, ,, K -Q! , a i , . d , - . 3 4? 4 , 1 u . in if , ff .V 'W -Y 1 ,, it 4' , U 1 E iff I ,rg " jr, f I ff Wm . 4 J ' L S L - ' 4 'bi "' ' Q 8 t . : Y 4 :fi 5 if - - 5 we N ,I W oo, e R a-- 2 we f t i ' .M N L ,, X A J., 5,31 K NV L, Nl X X17 I . aff? 1 - fx? 2 xl W13 t 5 I 21?-' ' ' V'-S? ff' .z ' yr 2 ' 'f F s L if-Q, if 'X -. V. if VVV, V, p N rj If Q , . W, e' Y 1 A x - A ,V V V 'A A it gfij 1' Mark Lewis Keri Long Elizabeth Lowery Theresa Mantooth Vanessa Matson Ralph McCammon Emilliano Licona Kevin Long Lulu Loyde Mark Mapp Jimmy Matthews Mike McCarro1l Randy Liebe Iames Lopez Richard Lozano Dorinda Marshall Shere Mayes Angie McCoy Sandra Limones Katie Lopez Sergio Lozano Steve Martin Linda Maynard Jack McDaniel Celinda Lindsey Sherri Lindsey Lupe Lopez Cathy Loudermilk Adam Lujan Evanjelina Lujan Tony Martin Charlotte Mason Steve Mayo Chuck McAdams Stacy McDonald Keri McFarland FRESHMEN 301 f A rm 1 vm ig airs, X N W if " Q 4 'EB' N it t 1 j X X s.,, f . 4 ,Zin- f if Je 1 ff 4 t 4 '1 5, gf - 5 t ,fa N: ,., S. may K, rw is 31 4 fa It 4 :-v 'war 1 ,fence ' ' A ff V 3 16. 25? l?f.a,f t L ffl 9' y P!! L tliil Xt li!-f'Q" - S4 5, . f 5? 7 ,Q E Michelle McGlone Tabreka McGowin Lynn McKnight LaRayne McKune Gene McPherson Rafael Medellin Nancy Milil Pam Millican 302 FRESHMEN Kim McPherson Keith Meeks David Miller Timmy Minton Delinda McKee Tammie Mitchell Laura Mock Greg Moody Renee McPeters Randy McVicker Lisa Mikusek Debbie Miller Melody Mitchell ,H 5 Ti xt 3? L l Keith Meeks CCasperJ, David Carter CCurlyj, Kevin Wolever CWitchJ , get into the "spirit" of things on spook day. sh , my yyyy ' M oftywelkyyfi 'E-Q' xigka It jf SN I ij ww q yea aft mwga ii lb ' 5 W X Becky Moore L Freshmen participate in year's activities f -iq awgfisms .- , H.. ,, a f xr 1 yi 55' , , l E , it 5 v . , . 'H -4 ' 4 A-A 1 M "' Q, it 'Q f, tt. . 2 ,tt,,,tt,1 I is ug, "Z, . v-5 . f at I . ' A l 'a2,i,r,W A NU I 1 A N U N A ff '-. 5. f . fgarfat n apr u N ,e '- . ,, 'Z .h . ,ig as 1, 1 rv' Qaaas ,X n ji. 1 1 rrf .KU A xii' it 2' ff! N F N 9 ,f ,AN ,ry .a 1, - x f, , ,uf 1. x. nh lo ki T A '1 5' . 4 wt qi, A 1 X - . 3 . A' - A " i C . if N31 y JE? . "4 L 17 'sf 5 C ' Q f x. Cheryl Moore Becky Moore Steve Morton Jeff Newland Cheryl O'l-lara Teresa Ottwell Abran Moya Thuy Nguyen Sherry O'Hara John Page ff' C We ,, V V ' .ti ' 4213? ,xr K r 1, f i ' C C -, r, I f L i t :. 'as :,?G .,.,-,f I K V " V C ' is K Y xay vl. .H 11 -All , Q 1 ' wif -fr ',"'b T t ' ' f E Elf. - ,A if is 3 1 David Moore Lisa Murray Teresi Nickell Dennis Okle Tim Parker Nfl It ' A, we .t,, .,,. voy- , v Ks 2 v . 7' wi, 0 ,Wtsl-M1 Q ' 55 n G ,M s. I . 725-A .., -r ,gif 1 a, t , ' r ee S+ Q E 4 ff, 4: 4 ,Q I t c v 1, sw 1' 'Q- H - T? fi' ,if-I if 'ffizzif' X K ,rw ,,., n v A - x M L 1 A V K Sflgflffztziiu X, M VA I J MZT24: V . f 'K f M nfs f :wav r ewes J ' . 32? ' ,V ll' i -' .fl , nf , , f 4229: , 3 ' .,-,- Melinda Moore Terri Murry Charles Noel Greg Oliver Chuck Parttney Britt Morgense Howard Muskopf Vanessa Norman Marshall Oliver Steve Patrick Lester Morrow Brian Nelson Dale Norris Johnny Orozco Rita Pearson Matthew Moorse Roberta Nelson Ricky Nye Randy Otts Terry Peavy FRESHMEN 303 as l,, C K' K ' t.. 112351 in pg- , x 'li "1 5 'Af-TW, ,, li.. f V tv 1 ,, V q , 2 ' AS W' V f ' P vi f ' . " off J' 'Y U 'Z M t ,m,, .V, L My V, , Y , if - xx t Q Xe ,, A J., ' it V Q,-' ,ex ,H ,,,L, D' t V, Q A A Ed Pecikonis lay Peyson Danny Pietens Donald Powell Kevin Quinn Liz Reeves 304 FRESHMEN David Peiser Hung Phi Glen Pingree Bubba Pressly I. Ramsey Renee Reger ,QV y xg ' W . ff . r . In N y ,,. Y 1 y X , M. v ,se ' tg: vivv ' M y eq-,,.. ' 5 .sy Christine Perico Billy Phillips Marilyn Pipkins Greg Pressly John Randle Darrell Remley Q,- ff? Ma V .: , .,,,5r Vyr g 5 A vb If ,i,,f K- be in o iiy L ',bV 0 I V fist 531.4 I .QQ " 3 v ff X V .C raft . My ,4 A -f -. H in ' .W b f flii e, rr D U :N vi 5 7 if: 12Lf 4: 4, V V ' - VV fl A ffafq P Q, ' f dl V 1 f 1 a. P K nll'ln at if QQ f ' A'iD' ' L ,,. t Y , I f, gg C K l b ' u j -:P fl ' lVts Vg,mg1 ' V i 'VV Z 1 Dondi Peters Cindy Pierce Monica Pohle James Price Kelly Redding Charles Reyna Debbie Perry Deanna Pesina Kathy Phillips Roger Phillips Randy Pittman lack Pitts Kevin Preston Paula Preston Kenneth Rankin Kevin Ranne Virgil Remley Noe Resendez Renee Peters Ginger Pierce Duane Porter Russell Pruett Brenda Reeves Tammie Reynolds -in . ' 'P-51 ' Fl., - Q tl l f E . K , ' x I " Q i B 1 1 v I if ' -. r V2.4 A ,mfs 1 311.1 .kg fi Ffir' lrx 5 A 3 AQ? M z f! Q'-,120 . vs, ,, V, K ., ., I vs V ff' .. A . Wx' 1, -,Q ,L Q Q ,V ,,,, ir, r- . .b 1 A :nan " , ' ,Wt , L fr: -,A'N 's L- ' .4 3. Q,,l,-, 5 I. f'i'aw8m:5f't".x . - J.v2fP"- fi fzf , . da A n - 'fi- . cf?" " X ag? X. if 4 .. -A A if 4. Q fu , . . . ,h Q? Ax' ' wg, Q w my W 1 Randy Rhodes Tim Riley Vivian Riojas David Robison Debbie Rowe ,tg Rf: I ,.,, fx' , is 2 strr 1- Qi' Cheryl Richards ima ,Q ni R.! --as i.,ezi,,2' 5 ' 495 x 4 Af 1 I f fy Witt, ,li t, .1 I If f 1, - f A X Qu'-s Mike Brower laughs shyly as he tries to avoid our camera. QQ, Vg t ' 4- M V 7,1 -2 .1: a K '.45.,r . O A J. 1' fix f' V Q ' ' - fr i,,'.,- Q 'al-:A . s , -6 X414 . vs ... if J' 'Lg ,fr ,N 4, :wa t 4135. F , J-at. ' " ff! we Milf 'f t R . ft ' a.aA'v+' . Q.-' k', " V ' W, 1 A M ,kffrrr , ,1 Mrtargwf . wzlaw i -ra. ' L ,, . . it , - 'f 4- -N-. f r - ff., 'K ' ,R ' V f A X if Ni . we "' X ' -wtsfl :7f.ffQ:':f,tA wgtfff tlsfriti Dinh?" A x Debbie Rich Becky Rie Vickie Riley Brenda Roberts Lester Rodges Phillip Rowe Mike Rich David Riffe Dianna Riojas James Roberts Arthur Rodriguez Silve Rubealcaba Erma Roberson Chris Robertson Kenney Robinson Mary ISHS Rosa Rodriguez Eric Rollins Rodriguez Vernon Runyan Patricia Ryan Linda Ruelas any Mark Robinson Jonas Rosas FRESHMEN 305 git, A "U 'GV' 1 .5 5:3521 - tnlsi i wif ' Neff an -Aa. , '-" W W -kff - T' '. ttils as s Beatrice Sanchez Robert Sauceda Lisa Schultz Ronny Shaw Christy Simmons Tammy Sims 306 FRESHMEN Karla Sanders Cliff Sauer Lesa Scott Sheila Sherman Debbie Simmons Daniel Smiciklas ' :ia V 1 1'-'23 , 5 if I ww W, 4 5' -fi? I Y 4 A i ,E 5' rryr tti saw s ,fa . K Robbie Sanders Connie Schnaiderman Laura Sellers Kelly Shrum Kelly Simmons Dennis Smiciklas Marilyn Pipkins, freshman, seems to enjoy her new surroundings at Nimitz . .W y, :W ' "va W K, S W e i afa- ., fi K , fig ' ' . A ' S r X-wa K s W 1 tt S, i x VL-h 'Aiwa 'V ' ,ii 'iw Q K li Lxix f, t . faxvh'-X'-X56 Xl 'V 3 . 1 t is Audrey Smith David Smith David Smith Kerrie Smith Underelessmen anticipate eventful future A V , IE' -1 1 I l 'S' 1 X Dv s J' A if . t ,rr-, . 'W 4 , 'J X I , Q ,A t,,M,,,. -fl Y W l, i . - f t ,, I if A . , E t,,, 5 If t,Lt any ,fi ff M- t f AA y as -CMJ A ' ' . ,QW 1 'lip 1 452, f L i Louis Smith Sandra Snow Dana Starnes Angie Stevens Troy Stone s,i,.- S to Q1 S 'wwf , 50 V r it or 1 I Paul Smith Candy Soto Mark Starnes Debra Stewart Chris Stranc 1, S' Sheila Smith Thomas Spencer Susan Stearns Gaye Stewart Derrick Stroup f 2 I W, . , I Sonny Smith Susan Staggs Mark Stegman James Stewart Pam Stuart ,.,,.f" 'iv ' 'erupt , vlan I 7+ , ,Li 5 'V . ff, .,L , 5551: K wax 4 z g'ri,11:,,,i E. ,X 0 ., " 5 - ,, Tammy Smith Charles Stalcup George Stephenson Eddie Stobart Luke Sullivan ,A ., fiff ul We nvyg 1 'M J up 4, K ffl? ,-A r.. , 1- ' k 1 ' Q, rt Ser vm . 5 J I Q - ' I, A! 1 X at Vickie Smith Rocky Stanley Mindy Sterling Kelly Stoffregen Sharon Summrall Melinda Snyder Lynn Stanphill Donna Stevange Paula Stone Daniel Tamayo FRESHMEN 307 n. x X . .aw H . ,X - ,,,., f 'JSA X X as 'M B W Y,fi,z2 yy ,,,Z i ,,.' ' , 'f Q ffm ww, ' .5 V la. .sr K Q lex W , K 3 W cn IVL, ' g Q 'K 1 7124 4 y E. V a l Q-if 2 fifr' V ns 4. .a -W f ma- he f rare' Ng N c . ff, fa f . ' il ,,.. 1? ' 414.1 K I 1. L ZQYQ 1+ 5Q?f:,efH,lflfQ,'2a1gg?j'jf ' ' hm.-' f 1 '3?2?p.r "" , 'fix I ' 56 A A - I swiiiialp .h'fgz'ff 2' '21-'am:f'if'wL.6:' f gh YV" f gf -I I 'V I K Q 'f To W . 1.7. 1 ,fn ,gs f 'ig-r-I5 A fa S S 4 45 A we 'ffl , -' Few fil,rif? X ' sl A if ary, , . i , A , g 5 l' j-ll E . w A V Q, la ' ' . on ,. ' . W I , 11 f or v ' J' .. .. Joel Tapley James Thompson Liz Trimble Jeff VanConneu Susan Vita Renee Wallace 308 FRESHMEN as we W M I XT r. 1 P, I 1: J' ,W Q fl 'Tai l i ifa4'isf? sv r N Chris Taylor Tommy Thompson Barbara Tuscana Brenda Vanderpool Steven Vitasek Shane Wallace i.kr,Aaf.l s :V - an s in T '1 1 I K . 'Q Y, ' w if l Eff 4 5 Q ' .gs . X N a -- r ' , , T , ,rw AS -, ,, 4 - . . 9 ., A ,1 -ni, ,rr ig I .ff Q 1 fx 5 - If X "He, - . i 2 5 wx, -,1 w Q 1 N ri x r 1 ,. ',1":M F., 5 l. me Denise Taylor Sandy Thornquist Deborah Tuw Linda Vaughan Mike Voisard Tammie Wallace ff 2 rf B 1 ff. , . ,, Veronica Tetzlaff Billy Tidwell Ken Usley Donald Vavra Kim Voss Cynthia Wallis faiagk A . AH V f ig-f1"5" i X 7 Q il? Q 1 V I T A? 'i i1ii??i f5l I ,f" f I1 af W rl ' 53 Q 4' .3 B W 'f 1 1 Worx www fin Eiga lv ff , efhgg? T' rrl- M rry r:'l We j 'sr lb - T. jr ai, ycys U A 1:2 wp , f , E, M ' V: LVVL w if if :., Ml Qzir? , I ? so fyziavii ' faf,aa T Til raavsa-9? I . v xi-If K , f 'ffrfr I .us V is ia V nf Denerra Thiele John Tiule William Van Camp Richard Vera Ioy Wagner Blair Ward Pam Thomas Kevin Toler Bryan Vance Ronnie Vickers Russell Waldrop Cheryl Ward Ti na Thomas Joe Torrez Jeff Vance Conrad Vickroy Ki Sa m Walker ndy Ward We n f" 27: . 'Q I , .L :VA P any y if ,f ,, ., , ,f W . t , . Egfr, ' V yy 4 ,-1: 1, w l 1 6 A 1 is it K, X if - M ai 4. .,,,,,,,,..x ir 1 Y , .. , f. el , L A v'1 f 1 W' wllf ,w i ' , A -. 1 5 QA 3 , X' 2' ,. QE 5 ,I y Mt .,1,fkA V. JW 1 , , , Y 'fur - to . .. get V if Jil! A ' it K asrsziiafir? . . l 1 llll A 4 - is ddie Wells gives a short health lecture to Z l i Q' ggggg W ' ur photographer. " W 5 V ,h fr 'lf A p , 4' 1 gig ' if E .rg W' i h hh - - it tth e e 1 A- K ,ff fif 4 ' 2 ' ' 5, f Y" ig X Judy Warren Becky Wasserman Sonia Watson David Watts Patrick Weber Don Watts Kim Weddle Kelli Wells David West Karylene Wheat Taryn Whitley Ramona Watts Eddie Wells Rebecca Werner Kenny West Peggy White Cindy Whitson Jacky Weaver Charles Welch Scott Werner Tim West Sherre White Mike Whitworth FRESHMEN 309 g .,A: V. yt, ei i ssis K 'E' K: -X ' fr ., , , Becky Williams Laura Williams UM mm, aysrr H5 W f Q as 'Q' M., M , 5 any , R , J L ' f f , ',1 r- m,. h 'Q ' R S 'll ti' P' fx ,' -if l ,vi 'E I 3 N , 3 Ai A-M, , , L,.W 'my V' ' m I1 FQ-isa AA J' A Ar w f , X x Se X K , Q I 1 1 .L.,. .in . N X D 1 el., Lhg ii 'm'1 1? Blake Williams Rex Williams Brian Williams Dana Williams Brooks Wilson Larry Wilson Kelly Redding and Kenny Robinson, freshmen, see new sights at Nimitz. 310 FRESHMEN gina ew-4 -+253 ' W WQQ -T K I rf' N nl. , ,6 ,VK .r .1 if ie 5? ' nl? .I i n 1 .a,, , ,if E so X E! V, Julia Williams Marsha Wilson Cindy Windam Mike Winters Bruce Wohlers Kelly Williams Mitchell Wilson W Kevin Wing ' Mark Wirr Kevin Wolever ' I new iw 7' ,, , , I 6 1 ii gi Q ,, cw , 1? ,, ew of l g e il 1-ff W I 'k,' , 'g V ,Ili ns lv S Rhonda Wooten Jeff Work Robin Works Chris Wyau 5. , - ,r A V -L' Vi .,.,. fr v, 1' Sammy Wood Wlvierrily Yarbrough 'Brad Yerger Walter Young Julius Zemlich 6 0 'U f 42' WI' kr 4 A, N- f?', ' ,I 1 ,I 'W 'I Jeff Woodall Annene Ybarra Julius Young Bill Zeller Raymond Zuniga 1, 914 1 5' ge li! A - 35522 '5' LW? A I A3 Iim Wyatt Desselle King takes a moment to relax before her next class. FRESHMEN 31 1 312 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION , J 3? FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION - 333' . .1-2-:6f.g?:g:ff., 1- x, 9 .h 4 I cPWtL'-2.42g1?'42+'1ZN- . 3-if 539 40.-QQl',m-"-651'-5 . kc-iw' 4, -'sf Q-ff ' Q-'am L ' Q'-' Q9 'Qs' GTC fudsbo '-'r'oX-- Q.',Q.9j.Q 49295.34 - 8 Ig- 4-9 sk 9.4 asf- -To Q- .gf as '- fx. X'Z7'ff': C 632239 T45-,, -, 'f.,'6 ji 2. Q . fx:-3.n.',-.Q s .'13"":! :REI 5: -,I 'l3g5,t",p :F f.. ,Q-,' Y W 6-'Ii-o QQ! 9 ,agp . f "5 . NI-"'-'if' 39 5 'X T '34565'-L8 ' QT- s4'4-""9.'O --. rf-.19 A-'aw-.--.. Qff2'e,.vg.'Cf,-'1e".Q+Q :eo .qw w.,-,o5qs',qa'v-.-,. 4,-,p e'.uq.-3925.05-Qfq. 425 - M .-'Gd' 9-'v Y- X 3 -' -+19 Sf -'kc Q '.'v'I Q - xMO.'s'O94o' v. 96? 9-445 O Q.-0' 1.9 N ' 'IX QI 'TVX QGQQQQQ OTQ9 1 QQ' '0.0' 0 ' 'K5 Q. , O1 591 'of4Q34"S.-'o'5.f-5, '-71 'IX'-'Af' t'q90Og'Of3 u . 'S ' s O 0 O 0 Q' "Q 'S' - -lx - I mv -xx' 4 Q0 www" f 90' 40' 9 ob '24 N. ..n.p.. n .1 .n ,x1.,Xy.LS,t',s,g.i34-9 U " fl 1 0. 'Q Jfjm X "'WW v- Mm,-6"3"' N '26 ff" if - sf es- ' ' - ' ' s. X, ' ,:f3"" . - I i ,1-,U ' , f Q: Q F' Sig "Zum af ix ' ' , . Q 'big ,N 1 'Pu ini- . ffs 'T 'hvzi ' A r-57' .-Ivt.-:Fc ' s .2 ' S vv :P 0's'7 -1 ' -'W' ' 5 . Q . Ivy 5. 4 X5 x . Q Q Q X . .. 1 0 s X ,.,.. ,ig A, vqtu' .,. , ,xr-1,-5 S s xx O ' -,371 , . Q.. l sys . , ssc os 'f '12-A-af. M., v ' Q I, br, .ft U qi-,,.. N' :ss . -xf,50 , 'X 33,4 ,':,.S - 'IX' . s Act -M .. ,. Q 'N 5 ' Q45 T 0 X P I 'SQTWQN 99' sv .6 ax 40. A A AQ ' 09 6 :fist ?qQo,' ofa .- rv'.'x'4','-vvv Kc' W .i Os Q w A 4 Q Q 5 7- x 5 y ---zqzl-tim:-' -'v.-'!qq.- , -Ifzvp . - 1 : x3xx:xN1t.R: 5 : x :O t Q ,:,6, Q . . ma:--'-w w-'qv-x 1- ' W - .411 . Nw-:,.xq.o , .- as P S19 ,-90 -'v K, ,v xxx Qagkgexks Q ' " K VNX . , W-e9,6X N . N I 5 5 vxo 'x'xv 0 In v': Sxcs t danny Q-r-at FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 313 Mr. Curry wins respect of23OO Vikings When a school becomes as large as Nimitz has, the school functions and athletic events increase. At each one of these events one can always be assured that Mr. Curry, principal, will be standing with arms folded in the midst of the crowd. His friendliness and concern for the students and faculty has earned him respect in his short time here at Nimitz . His thoughtfulness has been demonstrated all year in many ways. He sends greetings to each student on his birthday , and he always makes a special effort to congratulate students on their scholastic achievements. Mr. Curry has succeeded in uniting the students of Nimitz High. Mr. Curry welcomes Mr Kelley school board member and ex principal Mr. Tom Chandler to the Homecoming pep rally FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Vice principals schedule activities, classes Mr. Jerry Winn begins early in the spring scheduling classes for Nimitz students for the next year. His other responsibilities include twelth grade discipline, attendance, teacher duty rosters, records and reports. Every day Mr. Winn takes time out from his busy schedule to make announcements informing students about school activities. Although Mrs. Hinkle left at mid-term, she successfully coordinated most of the clubs and organizations' activities for the year. Mrs. Hinkle had been at Nimitz since its beginning, nine years ago . Her concern for the students at Nimitz was evident in her participation in all school activities. She will be missed and remembered. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 315 New vice-principals accept responsibilities Mr. I . C. Sheperd, a new vice principal helps students and teachers with transportation to and from school and extra curricular activities. He provides substitute teachers for regular teachers who are absent. His other responsiblities include student lockers, keys, and new teacher orientation. Before he came to Nimitz, he was superintendent in Hitchcock, Texas. Mrs. Virginia Lester came to Nimitz from the administration buildin where she was a curriculum 8 coordinator. She replaced Mrs. Carla Hinkle, who moved to Chicago. 316 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Administrator prepares budgets and U. l.L. events Mr. Marshall McMillan helps teachers prepare budgets for supplies for the upcoming year. He is responsible for tenth grade discipline, textbooks and University Interscholastic League . Each fall Mr. McMillan coordinates activities for the Nimitz booster club. Mrs. Virginia Lester came to Nimitz at mid-term to replace Mrs. Hinkle. She came from the administration building where she was a coordinator. Mrs. Lester has blended well with the students at Nimitz. She was responsible for the re- organization of Skjonnhet, graduation and the awards assembly. Mrs. Lester Cbelowj works on the activity calendar which is issued to teachers weekly. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 317 The 1976-'77 school year carried special memories for Mrs. Athlynn Butler. The students that she welcomed as freshmen would become graduates. Serving as the senior counselor, Mrs. Butler was always busy with career information. She spent many hours preparing Nimitz seniors for college. Every day during lunch more than twenty students fill the small office of Mrs. Linda Staggs. They're not coming in for schedule changes but they're seeking advice from Mrs. Staggs as well as each other. She has been at Nimitz for the past six years. The students have always enjoyed their friendly conversations with Mrs . Staggs. A-I ..w. .W 4' m i --1 ,..' I . .' 0-. now I 4 'vi I WAN Mrs. Butler Ctop right and abovej sits ready to Mrs. Staggs Cabovej stands ready to welcome anyonel counsel any senior student who needs advice. into her office. 318 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Counselors welcome new students Mrs. Brown, the ninth grade counselor, welcomes the freshmen with a friendly ., , Q smile. She helped the new students during I , , I srfis T I their first year at Nimitz, counseling them mv. sst , ' frr A X ' bl ' ' h ' bl 14 ,, W . ret.estA V rn pro ems or Just wrt an enjoya . e , glen- 'I 4 Us 'siet conversation. One of her main duties was , - I s,yQgQ's organizing the freshman orientation. 'I-ww-ras. I r 'Ia' '1 fx 'I it I isrti I 1,lI':. 'J xy X f "fi, lu jr During the 1976-1977 school year Mrs. 1-' I X., 'll' ,yn . . argl' m , p ggi ya ET A Melba Woodson counseled Juniors and ' -" lil' I gf X-f pg, yi hel ed to select the a ro riate courses for Intili ,..- x, 9, lt, t P PP P f-I..--" X, 74: X1 ' l 51 tiyrl their career lans. She has s ent man Q X' x P P Y MIKXIIN' .f - gf X ,le - 'f,,,w,.- x'x y xg , I hours helping them solve personal XIXXYQI! - ix , ' 'SI -I problems. Some of her responsibilities are AXBIIXQA. -- If schedule changes and keeping records of the fnixKKx1'.c.m ar 'fi Hi- I junior students. YV Na ,. fy,-Q wry, My N- .s-.f1.,s,..w,,.,.m K I 1- Mrs. Brown Ctop leftj smiles as Mrs. Woodson Cbottom left and she relaxes at a freshman class aboveb is interested in her juniors meeting. as she tries to help them . FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION English, journalism Mrs. Evans Crightj teaches Nimitz students about literature . Mrs. Looper fleftj shows her well-liked personality as she teaches. a,.. 1""'M J 8... , -Q'-er I I nr 'a 1 ' , ' An A X gl A Micky Benson Martha Evans Sarah Guerry Sue Hudson Linda Kingcaid Peggy Looper Vikky Massengill English English English English English English English Journalism I Diane McMeans Roe Morris Amy Page Jean Smith Dotye Stanford Rick Thompson Peggy Webb English English English English English English English Drill Team 320 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Social studies Miss Pier Cleftj prepares to point out the different countries to her world history class. Coach King Crightj shows his famous smile while teaching government. Cliff Bradley Helen Bradley Dean Fikes Sandra Garza Mike Greer Linda Halcomb David Hardy Am. History World Geog. Am. History Texas History World History Government World Geog. Football Am. History Track Am. History Football Percy Joshua Donald King Ralph Knapp World, Black Government Am. History History Football Tom Ladusau Am . History Football Baseball Carol Pier Kathy Stovall Patty Taylor World History Am. History Sociology Career Ed. Psychology FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 321 Foreign language, ffna arts, music Mr. Haberkamp Ctop rightb awaits his cue to enter the faculty skit, "Robin Hood. " Smiling as she teaches her French students, is Mrs. Yerger Crightb. . I :K A Joyce Joslin Bobby Villareal Mr. Villareal Cbottom lefty , I ' ','i ', I " German 5PHHiSh concentrates on his schedule for the ---"""""""""' " ! I upcoming day in Spanish class. - ti 'two it I I ,gun- Peggy Wadley Karen Yerger Irene Glasgow Earl Haberkamp Spanish French Art Band l r' M A13 Sienna Harvey Donna Hopkins Jim McGahee Jerry Nelson Terry Price Gina Wilkinson Van Wilson Art Art Band Speech Choir Drama Art Crafts 322 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Philip Bailey Ron Bruenjes Curtis Burch Kay Butler Health, P.E. Drafting P.E. , Health, P.E. Basketball Gymnastics Tennis Kathy Gilleland Donna Grant Stanley Kunkle Jan Maxwell Health P.E., ROTC P.E. , Volleyball Basketball Industrial arts Coach Wright Crop lefty builds Tina Taylor's confidence in the J.V . football team. Miss Grant, Cbottom Ilghlj the volleyball coach, has a role in the faculty skit which was performed at a pep rally. Shirley Mayhugh Bill Monroe Don Nentwig William Pittmon Jeff Redden Joe Bob Taylor Bobby Wright P.E. . ROTC Health, General Wood P.E. Health, P.E. Trainer Cheer Sponsor Basketball FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 323 Math William Althoff Wayne Bingham Cheryl Clayton FOM, Geometry Trig., Calculus MOCE, FOM Football ' Ei: E 5 5' , , ,Vg,gyuv'N"' ' Mr. Altoff Ctopy gives a little smile as he teaches his class of geometry. Miss Prevost Cbottomb looks over her shoulder as she listens to other teachers discuss math. 324 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION rx. I Greg Jackson Geri Kunstadt Algebra Algebra Geometry Zhu Barbara McVay Linda Prevost Geometry Algebra FOM .agar Gwen Shelton Iames Simmons Algebra Algebra FOM FOM Roger McDonald Algebra Doris Renshaw W Algebra Paula Wyman Algebra Geometry Dorothy 'Barry Joe Bourland Barbara copeiand Ca t o n 3 I edu Ca t o n, Clothing CVAE PELE , HECE home economics Mary Copeland Rosemary Evans Penny Hervey CVAE CVAE DE Robert King Marilyn Lucas Vicki Murray ICT H and F Living Clothing T7 I lf gon.. - I 2151, , I Mrs. Nickell Ctopj explains how to prepare food menus to her class . Am, Nickeu Linda Roe Debbie Troxeu Mr. King Cbottornb reads over his students' I. C . T . Foods Home Manag. Foods reports - Foods FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 325 Business, learning opportunities Mrs. Butts Crightj teaches her business law class about contracts. Mrs. Hill Cbottom leftj stays busy as she looks over her students' typing errors. Mary Ann Butts Gladys Hill Kaye Hill Linda Mahan Business Law Bookkeeping Gen. Bus. Typing Business Typing Shorthand Management Eloise Wimbish Frances Young Lynn Craig Clark Dodson Nancy Kirschner Laura Wages Karen Wear Typing Typing VAC VAC Resource Diagnostic Resource Clerical Prac. Bus. Math 326 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION in Donna Chandler Emily Dodson Eddie Green Susan Hopkins Physical Science Physical Science Chemistry Biology Science Mr. Tunks ftop lefty teaches his students about astronomy in the Nimitz planetarium. Coach Ladewrg Ctop rightj tears paper for a biology lab experiment. Miss Chandler fbelowl is kept busy grading papers. Lane Ladewig Richard Nelms Nathan Purvis Catherine Rogers Biology Biology Biology Physical Science Football Football Jim Sitton Joe Tunks Hazel Wallace Physical Science Astronomy Biology Physics FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 327 Secretaries keep eoourete reoords Shirley Diehl Crightj works as nurses' aid throughout the week. flop fight, Mrs , Puckett, Sgphomgre Suzanne Aldridge Gerry Armstrong attendant clerk, completes the forms HCCCSSHIY fO1' ST.l1dS1'lTS IO ICIUIH to class . receptionist processing clerk 1 f""x 'KL X Joyce Beaver Audelle Cashion Billie Epperson Ruth Ernst Carol Fillmore Mary Ford Norma Puckett treasurer vice principals' attendance counselors' counselors' head attendance attendance clerk secretary clerk secretary secretary clerk ' at A. -,t 1 VV K f' ,k,,, 7513... X-W ., syts 1 Josie Soto Florence Temple Yvonne Welch Doris Lowrie Jackie Mayberry Linda Raney Sandy Lang attendance clerk vice principal's principal's assistant library clerk librarian nurse secretary secretary librarian 328 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Administrators set school policies ' I I? I' 2 f i 'AP' It I I Q YU, , W S he Irving School Board members are John Stipes, Barbara Caldwell, Richard Bates, John Townley, Troy elly, Richard Banowsky, Roger Hill and Frank Maykus. i Charles Parks Ctop leftj is the assistant superintendent in charge of finance. Arthur Casey Ctop centerj works as the assistant superintendent for administration . Guy Harrison Ctop rightj serves as the assistant superintendent in charge of instruction. Dr. John Townly Cleftb is the superintendent of the Irving Independent School District. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Cafeteria workers, custodians Betty Chambers frighty concentrates on ringing up the I price of the food in the snack bar g line . '- , . as NR ba , ' ' -rf fzffvfs , ,, , ,.'L ' . E1-1.-ty rrrir nerir I ii' 4, 'N '- x , ..,. w4fQ"iEg,- UI ,ga ., f,gW 'di , R ,egg E Ni M " xgt S S z H 'wwf I X ,am 'WN ,X 3 he 1 ,M I, ' I I I Jw " R H 'B 'Q E X I w Si' if '3' is s 9, s H 5 in A f ms V2 V ..,,,,a X K - ?r'rniH I V .ggi , it '1 -"" The cafeteria ladies are: Cstandingj Mary Arney, Roberta Fly, Bobbie O'De11, Dorothy Deaver, Hellen Gammon, Margie Child, Joe Bailey, Cora Cherry Cseatedj Evelyn Reeves, Patsy Ribble, Mary Torrez, Vinnie Mayhall, Emma Wilson. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION The custodians are: Cthird rowb Johnny Mores, Calvin Trim , Dorothy Cates, Clemmie Wall, Ruthie Dalin Csecond rowj Melvin Barton, Hoyo Morris, Billie Sherrell, Lee Cunningham, Hester Schmidt Cfirst rowj Debbie Bennett, Sarah Kimble, Ella Smith. Carol Ann Kemp Qbottom rightl stays busy gathering French fries for the many students in line. The snack bar workers are: Cstandingj Evelyn Pechinois, Bonita House , Charlene McManus fseatedj Betty Chambers, Ruby Dorsey, Polly Morse, Carol Ann Kemp. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 331 Through educa tion, we ha ve strived to meet the future 332 CLOSING W 1. M 'Y' X CLOSING 333 ggi f xx, 4 CLOSING 4 'K A I Sa Ida, . W . mlm Q V-N, . Aw, VA now we are here and the future is ours. CLOSING 335 The Valhalla Staff dedloated this hook to Mrs. Sue Hudson The members of the Valhalla Staff are Qfirst rowj Rito Martinez, Lynda Cotton, Vicki Graham, Martha Callejas, Paul Salick, Benny Ferro, Tracy McDonald, Fred Hott, Scott Crew Csecond rowb Kim Kernal, Ricki Record, Janet Copeland, Valerie Robinson, Leah Hayden, Eileen Arnold, Carolyn Ancheta, Amy Holliday, Tom Cavin Cthird rowj Cindy Sanford, Sue Hudson - sponsor, Marty Randle, Diane Snow, Lisa Hayden, Tresa Taylor, Wayne Kretzmeier 336 CLOSING The Valhalla Staff has dedicated this book to Mrs. Hudson to show our appreciation for all the help she has given us. This being her first year has brought many inspirations and new concepts to the staff. She has broadened our skills through her willingness to teach and has spent many extra hours assisting in the preparation of the yearbook. This has been a fulfilling year for the staff and we would like to express our gratitude to Mrs. Sue Hudson. We would also like to extend special thanks to the following people, who besides the staff, have helped make this yearbook possible. Thanks to Acie Mitchell, our representative from Taylor Publishing Company, to Jaci Hackett for her watercolor of the Viking Ship on the cover, to Rob Hamon for his color pictures of the ships in the opening section and to Danny Lara for the drawings on the division pages, a special thanks to Mr. Roy Curry for his concern and generosity to us throughout the year. CLOSING 338 BAND pg. 128-133 Concert Stage Symphonic CHEERLEADERS pg . Junior Varsity Varsity CHESS Jimmie Dail Dennis Dilla Cary Duke Stanley Evanko Wayne Franklin Manuel Guajardo Kathleen Henkel Greg Horning Robert Kelly Bruce Kennedy Henry Limones Jose Limones Larry Longhofer Tony Macevicius David Maner Betsy Marshall Mike Miller David Moore Don Nix Greg Pressley Virgil Remley Kelley Rhoads Chris Robertson Robert Ryan Doug Septer Robert Truitt Cheryl Clayton, sponsor CHILD CARE HECE Kathy Buttrey Kim Carney Janice Fuson Debra Garlin Sheryl Guerrin Tammie Hendrix Carrie Layne Kathy Linam Doronda Mayhall Rebecca Mitchell Renee Nelson Cathy Robertson Terri Rudder PELE Tina Bannister Pam Davison Darla Fritts INDEX 114-117 Club Index Kelli Gammill Doletta Green Lauri I-learon Kathy Jackson Deborah Laired Tina Moore LeeAnn Noel Penny Ponder Ginger Riggs Jimmy Roberson Bobbie Roycroft Karen Staley Annette Towner Diane VanDyke Tracey Vinyard Susan Whitaker Rhonda Ziegenfuss Mrs. Barbara Copeland . sponsor CHOIR pg. 142-145 Chorale Boys Choir Girls Choir DECA Carla Massingill, pres. Ricky McPherson. vice Nita Cavin, sec. Elaine Starnes, treas. Dalia Banda Bobby Bauer Darrell Ford Julian Garza Carolyn Gills Robert Gingrich Teresa I-lammonds Derna Hargrove John Keatts Donna Kemper David Lewis Paula Lozano Harrell Lewis Gerry Miller Alicia Martinez James Newton Leigh Roberts Debbie Rogers Donnie Rogers Anna Rosas Rhonda Ruth David Rutledge Ricky Sandlin Tonya Selman Rhonda Snody Terri Vernon DRAMA -pres. Laurie Anderson Joe Barnes Judson Barr Debi Becker Jimmy Bradford Sharon Bragg Teresa Buttery Allen Chance Randy Capetillo Sharon Carpenter Freida Combs Michelle Covington Scott Crew Cindy Curry Donald Davis Becky Dennis Sue Edwards Charlie Ellis Tommy Evans Debbie Feely Lisa Geren Crickett Hackett Juli Harred Betty Holland Eddie Holt Joanna Huerta Yoland Huerta Michele Ingle Jim lvie Ricky Jackson Connie Jones Kristin Kennedy Roger Kimbler Tobi King Doug Little Larry Longhofer Colleen Lynch Kim Lynch Sherman Mashburn Terri McAdams Angie McCoy Sherry McGinnis Jan Millican Sherry O'Hara Jean Oliver Colleen Ost John Page Lawanda Prather Russell Pruitt J. Ramsey Renee Reger Mike Rich Pam Richardson Mark Rogers Paul Salick Jim Sears FHA pg. 162-163 FOREIGN LANGUAGE pg . 139-141 French German Spanish FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES Dennis Moore, pres. Don Witt, vice pres. David Nentwig, sec. Pat Sanford, treas. Scott Alley Issac Butler Jeff Covington Tony Duron Alan Ferguson Ciro Hernandez Mary Hill Tammy Hindman Ricky Hinojosa Bobby House Jean Leibensberger David Manson Ken Mayo Selwyn Miles Lynn Miller Brent Scoggins Brad Shelton Stacey Stipes Janet Sutter George Tennison Bret Warren Lisa Wooten FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Mrs. Peggy Wadley, sponsor Jean Leibensberger, pres. Lisa Wooten, vice pres. Darla Nix. recording sec. Benny Ferro, corresponding sec. Vanessa Frost, treas. Robin Trobough, hist. Lori DeLane, hist. Sharon Bragg Janice Burton Donna Coach Sharon Coach Freida Combs Diana Dyer Jean Emmons Susan Fackler Lynn Guenter Toni Guenter Leah Hayden Lisa Hayden Susan Heiney Carol Hengy David Lawrence Marilyn Layne Marti Luck Charlotte Manson Shere Mayes Angela McCoy John Newberry Valerie Robinson Rhonda Ruiz Rosanna Ruiz Mindy Sterling Chris Strance Janice Sutter Veronica Tetzlaft Kevin Thacker Steve Thomas Gene Tyler Sandy Ward Sherre White Rhonda Wooten HOPE Phillip Underwood, pres. Barry Pike, vice pres. Paula Webb, sec. Jody Puckett, treas. Myra Adamson Jim Andree Brenda Barnes Judy Barnhill Lori Bartlett Quentin Blackerby Bonnie Boyd Jim Calvert Kim Carter Nick Case Lori Caviness Carol Citzler Paula Conner Lee Davis Becky Dennis Mark Derr Carol DeVasher Kathy Douglass Marlene Edwards eAnn Garms Regina Gilbert Warren Groff aci Hackett arian Halecker ucille Hardin UTI Headrick kipper High indy Kelly obi King aren Kubica ony Kuhn arbara Laden ean Leibensberger arti Luck avid Macha Betsy Marshall Jenney Marshall Jan Millican Anna-Lisa Moore Brian Nichols Danna O'Callaghan Angie Petty Kathy Price Risa Raper David Reinhard Melanie Rockenhaus Renee Ruff Jeff Stranc Mark Vaughn Diane White Daryl Wicks Dale Williams Melynda Woodard Lisa Wooten Rhonda Wray Donna Wright Johnny Young JUNIOR HISTORIANS Miss Sandra Garza, Mrs. Patty Taylor . sponsors Patrick McCullum, pres. Larry Slate, vice pres. Mylinda Morton, sec. Jerry Slate. treas. Laura Bell Becky Dennis Tobi King Mariln Layne Sharron McAnear Becky McCarroll Robert McCollum Steve Darla Morton Nix William Shelley Dana Stepherson James Stride Tina Dale Mike Karie Paula Daryl Taylor Vallacci Ussery Washam Webb Wicks Tommy Wilcox KEY CLUB pg. 160-161 NEWSPAPER Jaci Hackett, editor Ronal Steve Glenn d Durham Greenwood Gum Nancy Harmon Carol Debbi Darla Rhond Hengy e Layton Nix a Ruiz Lynda West Kim Wolf NEI. pg. 150-151 NHS pg. 166-167 NUMBER SENSE Lori Bartlett David Filmore Diana Ford Jeff Owens David Smith ROTC pg. 156-159 SCIENCE Mr. Richard Nelms, sponsor I Becky Dennis, pres. Cathy Robertson, vice pres. Marti Luck, sec. Warren Groff, treas. Loucille Hardin, activities coordinator Foy Burns Lee Hardin Carol DeVasher Kathy Douglass Tim Duffield Virgil Jarrard David Macha Paula Raybor Melanie Rockenhaus George Stephenson Diann White SPIRIT ASSOCIATION pg. 119 STUDENT COUNCIL pg. 120-123 VICA Patty Lanier, vice pres. Barbara Lenart, sec. Bobby Durbin, treas. Delwyn Black Canny Cochra Patti Critz Mark Greenwood Kenny Minton Tim Moore Cary Newman Phyllis Reeves Steve Scovel Steve Thornquist Guadalupe Vela Manuel Vela Tim Zimmerman vtkAs pg. 112-113 VOCT Connie Riddle, pres. Donnie Durden, vice pres. Shari Mizell, sec. Janis Jackson, treas. Cheryl Bailey Billy Bauer Paula Darby Sendy Davis Delia Empey Steve Fitzgerald Walt Just Mike Matthews David Manchen Lisa Miles Shirley Minor Robert Noble Ralena Ruth Ricky Smith Glen Stubblefield Diana Sumpter Lisa Vasquez Larry Vick Mike Wright Stanley Young INDEX 339 MARK ADAMS ALEX AIKEN JOAN ALEXANDER Vikas19, 10, 11, 123, Vice President 1123: F.H.A. 1123 CONNIE ALLEY ERNEST ALVARADO CHRISTINE ANTLE EILEEN ARNOLD German Club 111, 123: Valhalla Staff 1123: Student Council 1113 MARK ATTEBERRY German Club 19, 103: F.H.A. 1123 JOE AVILES CYNTHIA AZCONA ALYSIA BAILEY BALLOW BAILEY PAT BAILEY Band 193: Drafting 1123: F.H.A. 1123: v.1.o.A. 1113 RONNIE BAKER JOE BANDA Football: Wrestling RICHARD BARRON Y.A.D.S.19,103:J.V. Football 1103: Spanish Club 1123 ROGER BARRON V.l.C.A.111,123 EVA BASON MIKE BAXTER MARY BECERRA French Club: Spanish Club: Concert Band 19, 103: Marching Band 1103: Student Council 110, 113, Alternate 1103, Representative 1113: Austin College Spanish Meet - 1st Place 1113, 1st Division - U.l.L. 19, 103 LAURA BELL German Club 19, 103: Mu Alpha Theta 1123: Jr. Historians 111, 123, Secretary 1113: Band19, 10, 11, 123 ROBERT BELL CYNTHIA BEMBENEK SHARON BICKERS Vikas1103: Key Link 111, 123 SCOTT BLAKE Track 1113: F.H. A. 1123: Senior Play Lighting Crew 1123 BARBARA BLANCHETT F.H.A. 1113 JAMES BLOUGH CHARLES BOARD KAREN BOATWRIGHT F.H.A. 193: Speech Club 1103 LISA BOONE Vikas 1103 DELLA BOREN RANDY BOULTINGHOUSE Senior index JAMES BRADFORD Band 19, 103: Drama Club 110, 123: Industrial Arts Fair 193 KEN BRADSHAW SHARON BRAGG Drama Club111, 123: F.T.A. 1123: F.H.A. 1123: Student Council 1113 KEN BRANCH R.O.T.C.19, 10, 113, Squad Leader 19, 103: c.P.o. 1113: II Ribbon 1103: III Ribbon 1113: I Ribbon 193: Personal Appearance Award 193 DEBBIE BRAUCHLER FRANK BRAVO Student Council 193: National Honor Society 1103: Mu Alpha Theta 1113 LARRY BREWER Who's Who in Woodworking 1123 TAMMY BRIDGES DAVID BROWN TERRY BROWN MIKE BRUCIA SHERI BRYAN Student Council 19, 10, 11, 123: Vikas 19, 10, 11, 123, Co-Captain1123: French Club 1113: Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee 111, 123: Skjonnhet Beauty C123 KENNETH BULL BARRY BUNN Basketball 19, 10, 11, 123: All-City Basketball 1113 BILL BURCH Spanish Club 1113: Y.A.D.S. 111, 123: Architecture and General Drafting, First Place Ribbons KATHY BUTTRY Band 19, 103: lr. Historians 1113: P.E.L.E.1113:H.E.C.E.1123 MARTHA CALLEJAS Student Council 111, 123, Secretary, Treasurer 1123: National Honor Society 1123: Valhalla Staff 1123: Skjonnhet Nominee 1113: "Flowers for Algernon" 1123: Spanish Tournaments 1st and 2nd Place 1113 RANDY CAMP Skjonnhet Handsome 1123: Football 19, 10, 113 BRENDA CAMPBELL MYRA CAMPBELL Volleyball 110, 11, 123 WILLIAM CANNEY R.O.T.C.19, 103: Concert Band 19, 10, 113, Vice President 1113: Marching Band 110, 11, 123 WILLIAM CARAWAY THOMAS CARDENAS Boys Choir 1103, Historian 1103, Section Leader 1103: Chorale 19, 10, 11, 123, President 1123, Solo-Ensemble Contest 19, 10, 123, I Rating 1103, All Region Choir 1123, Second Round All Region Alternate 1123, Madrigal Singer 1123: Chess Club 19, 123: Varsity Tennis 111, 123, Captain 1123, Mountain View Tournament - 2nd Place 193, District Player 1113, National Competitive Association Tennis Classic 1113, 1st Place, Singles 1113, 3rd Place, Mixed Doubles 1113 TIM CARNEY P.E.L.E.1113:H.E.C.E.1123 MARY CARPENTER STEVE CARROLL JANICE CARRY Spanish Club 111, 123, Tournaments Awards in Spanish Drama, Group Reading, and Dance 1113: F.H.A. 111, 123, Chairman 1123: Who's Who in Spanish 1123 KIM CARTER Marching Band 19, 10, 11, 123: Symphonic Band 19, 10, 11, 123, Historian 1103, Social Chairman 111, 123: Chorale 110, 11, 123, Vice President 1123: Mu Alpha Theta 1123, Secretary 1123: National Honor Society C11, 123: Student Council 110, 11, 123: Skjonnhet Nominee 19, 11, 123: Miss Flame Finalist 1123: All-Region Choir C123 NICK CASE Student Council 193: German Club 1103 lr. Achievement 193, Production Manager 193: H.O.P.E. Club 1123: "Don't Drink the Water" 1123: Soccer 1123: Irving Medical Society Science Fair Award 193: Young Texan Award 1123: Who's Who in History 1123 GARY CATES NITA CAVIN D.E.C.A. 1123, Secretary 1123: P.E.L.E.1113, Vice President 1113 LUCY CERALDI Soccer 1123 GEORGE CERMAK MARY CHAPMAN Choir 19, 103:F.H.A.19,10, 123 LARRY CHASE Y.A.D.S. 1113: Football 19, 103: Class Favorite 1113: Skjonnhet Handsome 1123 Class Favorite 1123 VINNY CHASE CHERYL CLARKSON Art Club 1123 RAMONA CLINE CLIFTON COE RHONDA COLLINS Class Secretary 1103: Vikas 110. 113, Co-Captain1113 JAY COLLINSWORTH DEBORAH COOK Y.A.D.S. 110, 113: F.H.A. 110, 11, 123: Art Club 1123: Miss Teenage America Semi-Finalist 1123 TERRY COOPER WAYNE COOPER Industrial Arts Club 193 KYLE CORNELL PATRICIA COTTON Volleyball C9, 10, 1155 F.H.A. C9, 115 SANDRA CRAFT DEBRA CROUCH RANDY CROUCH German Club C9, 10, 125: Chess Club C9, 115 MATT CUMMINGS QTERESA CURRENS IDENISE DAIL JAMES DALTON LANA DANIELS Child Care C115 LEE DAVIS German Club C1055 Science Club C10, 11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C11, 1255 Lab Aide C11, 1255 Foreign Language Contests C9, 1055 Student Council C1255 Soccer C10, 11, 1255 U.I.L. District Science Contest, Second Place C1155 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist C1255 Who's Who in Science MARK DAVIS IDONNA DEATON ARA DeLaTORRE ECKY DENNIS Spanish Club C955 Drama Club C9, 10, 11, 1255 N.F.L. C11, 1255 Science Club C10, 11, 1255 Activity Co-ordinator C115, President C125: lr. Historians C11, 125: H.O.P.E. Club C9, 10, 11,1255 Key Club C1255 Y.A.D.S. C1155 Chess Club C955 Volleyball C95 IDANNY DIAZ Skjonnhet Nominee C125 CYNTHIA DOBBS Chorale C9, 10, 11, 125, Vice President C115, Outstanding Girl C105 IMIKE DOMALEWSKI Track C1055 Building Trades C115 IKATHY DOUGLAS Who's Who in Speech ULIE DUNN French Club C10, 115: P.S.A.T. Certificate C125 ISA DUPREE OBERT DURBIN ONALD DURHAM Basketball C9, 10, 1155 Sword and Shield Staff C11, 125, Sports Editor C11, 125 ARY DURON ERRY EARLE INDEL EASLEY R.O.T.C. C9, 10, 11, 1255 Key Club C1055Y.A.D.S.C1155BandC9,105 YLE EAVES Football C9, 10, 1155 Rodeo Club C10, 11, 1255 F.H.A. C125 EENA EDMONDSON Choir C9, 10, 115: Soccer C11, 125: Y.A.D.S. C1155 French Club C1055 F.H.A. C125 ARLENE EDWARDS Band C9, 10, 11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C125 .EA EMBUSCADO Choir C10, 115, Treasurer C115, Secretary C1055 Student Council C1055 Vikas C125 BRENDA ENGLISH THOMAS ESPINOZA Spanish Club C1255 F.H.A. C125: Business Club C1155 3rd Place Drafting Award C105 EDWARD ESQUIVEL DALE ESTES Student Council C9, 1055 Who's Who in P.E. DANNETTE FACKLER Drama Club C955 Volleyball C955 F.H.A. C115, Vice President C115: Jr. Historians C1155 Princess Nominee C9, 1055 Favorite Nominee C105 DEBRA FEELY Chorale C9, 10, 11, 1255 Spanish Club C115: Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 1255 National Honor Society C11, 125: N.F.L. C11, 1255 Drama Club C11, 125, President C1255 "Don't Drink the Water" C1255 "The Crucible C115: "Flowers for Algernon" C125 TERRI FERRITOR Track C125 CARL FLARITY LINDA FLETCHER NANCY FLECHER Art Club C125, Secretary C125 DEAN FLORES Football C9, 10, 11, 125: Basketball C955 Baseball C9, 10, 11, 1255 Student Council C95 DAVID FORBUS Chorale C9, 10, 11, 125, Madrigal C10, 11, 125, All Region ChoirC11, 125, All State Finalist C11, 125, All Area Choir C11, 125, U.I.L. Solo and Ensemble Contest. Superior Rating in Solo C10, 11, 125, Superior Rating in Ensemble C9, 10, 11, 125, Madrigal State Competition 3rd Place C10, 1155 Key Club C955 Science Club C955 Spanish Club C11, 1255 Mu Alpha Theta C125: Drama Club C125: "Don't Drink the Water" C1255 "Flowers for Algernon" C125 DARRELL FORD D.E.c.A.C11,125 LARRY FORNEY CAROLYN FREEMAN F.H.A. C955 Art Club C1255 Spirit Crew C125 HARLESE FREEMAN Football C9, 10, 1155 Track C955 Wrestling C1155 Class Favorite C951 Skjonnhet Handsome C125 HELEN FULLER CONNIE FURGUSON F.H.A. C105 LEXIE FUSELIER F.H.A. C1255 French Club C115 JANICE FUSON P.E.L.E.C11551-t.E.c.E. C125 ERNESTO GARCIA IESSIE GARCIA Soccer C1255 Arch. I C115 ALAN GARDENER DEBRA GARLIN F.H.A. C9, 1055 Child Care, Treasurer CONNIE GARNER ROBERT GINGRICH VICKIE GLOVER F.H.A.C11,1255F.T.A.C1O5 JAMES GOLDEN R.O.T.C.C9,10,11,125 STANLEY GOLDEN Student Council C1155 F.H.A., President C125 RICHARD GONZALES DAWN GOODMAN Vikas C9, 10, 11, 125, Lieutenant C125: Choir C95, Chorale C10, 115: Student Council C115: Mu Alpha Theat C11, 125 MARK GORDON Key ClubC1O55R.O.T.C.C9,10,11, 125, Drill Team C105, Color Guard C10, 115 VICKI GRAHAM Class President C1055 F. T.A. C105: Cheerleader C11, 1255 Student Council C1255 Valhalla Staff C10, 11, 125, Student Life Editor C1255 Class Favorite C1155 Skjonnhet Beauty C11, 1255 R.O.T.C. Sweetheart C1155 Miss Flame Finalist C1255 Class Favorite C125 WILLIAM GRANT DELORES GREEN DORIS GREEN SHARON GREEN Vikas C10, 11, 1255 Who's Who in American Drill Teams C1055 Creative Writing Club C1055 Student Council C115: Child Care C115: F.H.A. C125 SHERRY GREEN STEVE GREENWOOD Sword and Shield Staff C10, 11, 1255 V.I.C.A. C125 MARY GRIGSBY French Club C9, 10, 115, Secretary C1055 Band C9, 10, 11, 125, President C1255 Applied Music Contracts C10, 115: Student Council C10, 125: Mu Alpha Theta C11, 125, President C1255 National Honor Society C11, 125: Junior Academic Award C1155 Goals for Dallas Representative C1255 Skjonnhet Nominee C115 WARREN GROFF R.O.T.C. C9, 105: Key Club C9, 1055 Science Club C11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C1255 Representative to the Texas Nuclear Science Symposium for High Schools5 Lab Aide C1255 National Merit Commended Student C1255 Student Council C1155 Mu Alpha Theta C125: Tennis C10, 11, 1255 Soccer C125 JAMES GROSS Band C9, 10, 11, 125, Right Guide C115: Choir C1055 "Don't Drink the Water" C125 TONI GUENTER F.H.A. C9, 105: F.T.A. C1255 Y.A.D.S. C9, 1055 Student Council C105 SHERYL GUERIN PHILIP GUNTER Rodeo Club C9, 105 KAY GUTHRIE Band49,10,11, 1255 F.H.A. 4125 JACI HACKETT Band 4955 Spanish Club 410, 11, 1255 Sword and Shield Special Writer 411. 125, Editor4125, H.O.P.E. 41255 National Honor Society 411, 1255 Student Council V.P. 4125: Sword and Shield Who's Who PATRICK HALEY Track 495 BRENDA HALL Band49. 1O55F.H.A.49, 10, 11,125 NEAL HAMPTON V.I.C.A.411,125 LOUCILLE HARDIN Art Club 495: Vikas 410, 11, 1255 Science Club 411, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club 4125: Key-Link 41255 F.H.A. 49. 10, 11, 125, Hmkg. Advisory Committee 411, 125, Jr. State Chapter Voting Delegate 410, 11, 125, Homemaker of the Year 4125: Optimist Youth Award 4125 DEWELL HARPER KIM HARRIS PATRICIA HARVEY BRYAN HARWELL Baseball 49, 10, 11, 125: Football 4955 Mu Alpha Theta 41255 Student Council 41155 F.H.A. 4115 RUSSELL HAWKINS KURT HEADRICK TAMMIE HENDRIX C.V.A.E. 4115, Treasurer: I-I.E.C.E. 4125 CAROL HENGY Band 495: Foreign Language Club 495: German Club 41155 Spanish Club 411. 1255 French Club 410, 11, 125, Treasurer 410, 115: F.T.A. 411, 1255 F.H.A. 41055 National Honor Society 411, 1255 Jr. Historians 41155 Sword and Shield Staff 41255 Who's Who in French C125 RANDY HICKS VALERIE HICKS Choir 49, 105, President 4955 Chorale 410, 11, 125, Secretary-Treasurer 4125 Madrigal 41155 Student Council 411, 125, Executive Council 41155 Class Vice President 41155 Class President 4125: F.H.A. 4125, Chairman 41255 F.T.A. 41055 National Honor Society 411, 1255 Guest of Irving Women's Chamber of Commerce 4125 SHERRY HIGGINS RONNY HINES IAMES HOLDERMAN DICK HOLLIDAY Football 49, 10, 11, 125, All City Offensive Tackle 41255 F.H.A. 4125, Chairman 4125 SUSIE HOOK Y.A.D.S. 410, 1155 National Honor Society 411, 125: Mu Alpha Theta 41255 Volleyball 411, 125, High School All- American Volleyball Team 4125, All- District First Team 4125 JULIE HOOVER RICKY HOPKINS MARCUS HORTON Football 49, 1055 Wrestling 411, 125 TERI ANN HORTON Volleyball 49, 105: F.H.A. 495 BOBBY HOUSE Basketball 49, 10, 11, 125: Baseball 4125 LINDA HUDSON Class Secretary 4955 Choir 495: Jr. Varsity Volleyball 4105, Captain 41055 Varsity Volleyball 4115: Student Council 4125: Skjonnhet Nominee 411. 1255 Cheerleader 411, 1255 Varsity Track 4125 LORETTA HUERTA Girls Choir 495, Vice President 495, Section Leader 4955 Chorale 410, 11, 125, Section Leader 41055 Advanced Girls Choir 4105, Section Leader 4105, Vice President 41055 F.H.A. 49, 11, 125, Chairman 41255 Number Sense 495 YSIDRO HUERTA MIKE HURLEY Science Club 41055 Student Council 41055 Golf Team 49, 10, 11, 125, Captain 411, 125 STEVE HURST Wrestling 4125 GARY HUSTON SHERRY ISBELL CYNTHIA IVINS WILLIAM JACKSON DOUGLAS JACOBS KEITH JAHN Football 49, 10, 11, 125, Manager 4105, Student Trainer 411, 1255 Baseball 495 VIRGIL JARRARD Tennis 49, 10, 11, 125: Soccer411, 1255 Science Club 41255 H.O.P.E. Club 41255 All-City Tennis Team, Honorable Mention 4115 DELL JENKINS Basketball 49, 10, 11, 1255 Spanish Club 41O,1155F.H.A.4125 JOHN JENKINS TOM JESSUP R.O.T.C. 49, 125, Rifle Team 495, Honor Award 495: F.H.A. 4125, Vice Chairman 41255 Key Club DAVID JOHNS CONNIE JONES F.H.A. 49, 10, 11, 125, Officer 41255 Varangians 41055 Vikas 4105 MIKE JOYNER JOHN KEATTS D.E.C.A. 4125 KATHY KELLEY Choir 495: F.H.A. 4125 SHARON KEMP Band 410, 11, 125, Medal for Band Solo 4105, Medal for Ensemble 410, 115: National Honor Society 41255 F. H . A . 49. 105 DONNA KEMPER D.E.C.A. 411, 125, Historian 4115 KAREN KERR Drama Club 49, 105 GREG KIMBRELL DUDLEY KING Track 49, 1055 Boys Choir 4955 Chorale 410. 11, 125 TOBY KING Drama Club 49, 10, 125: Children's Play 410, 1255 Senior Play, "Don't Drink the Water"5 "Flowers for Algernon" 4125: H.O.P.E. Club 41255 Jr. Historians 41255 Volleyball 4955 Swimming Team 410, 125 PHILIP KNIGHT Student Council 4955 Science Club 4125: German Club 410, 1255 Key Club 4115 JILL KRUEGER IANIE LACKEY Y.A.D.S. 4105 JACKIE LAMB French Club 410, 115, Secretary 41155 Science Club 41155 Vikas 411, 125: Student Council 41255 Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee 4115: Homecoming Princess 41255 Miss Flame Finalist 4125 CONNIE LAMBERT PATTY LANIER V.l.C.A. 411, 125, Vice President 41255 I.C.T. 411, 125, Who's Who in l.C.T. RUTH LAWRY CARRIE LAYNE I F.H.A.49,1O,11, 125, Treasurer 495: Student Council 49, 1155 Drama Club 41055 Y.A.D.S. 41155 I'I.E.C.E. 41255 Volleyball 495 5 1 CINDY LAYTON 5 Band49,10,11,1255F.H.A.4115. 5 Chairman 4115 5 DEBBIE LAYTON Student Council 410, 1155 Band 49, 10, 1155 Sword and Shield 4115, Feature Editor 41155 Concert Band 4105, Vice President 41055 Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee 4105 BARBARA LENART F.H.A.4955V.I.C.A.411,125. Secretary 4125 HARRELL LEWIS D.E.C.A. 411,125 CONNIE LIGHTFOOT KATHY LINAM H.E.R.O.5 F.H.A. 4115, Secretary: P.E.L.E. 41155 H.E.C.E. 4125 ANNE LONDT Student Council 49, 10, 11, 1255 Volleyball 410, 11, 125: F.H.A. 49, 105: Skjonnhet Nominee 4115 JON LOPEZ NEIL LOVELL Football 49, 1055 Wrestling 4115 GRETCHEN LOWE SONIA LOYD C.V.A.E.49,115,Lab495 MARTI LUCK German Club 49, 105, Secretary 4105: Mu Alpha Theta 410, 11, 1255 Nationa Honor Society 410 , 11, 1255 F.H.A. 41155 H.O.P.E. Club 41255 F.T.A. 411 1255 Science Club 410, 11, 125, Secretary 411, 1255 Class Treasurer 411 National Forensic League 4125: Freshman Academic Award 4955 Sophomore Academic Award 41055 Who's Who in English C1235 Who's Who in German C123 HAROLD LYON Baseball C9, 1035 F.H.A. C123, Vice Chairman C123 DAVID MACHA 5 R.O.T.C. C9, 1035 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 123, Vice President C1235 National Honor Society C11, 1235 Chemistry Lab Aid C123: Astronomy Lab Aid C1135 Tournament Speech C1235 "Don't Drink the Water" C1235 H.O.P.E. Club C123 KIM MAHAFFEY MIKE MANER LORETTA MANNON I F.H.A. C9, 103 DAVID MANSON PAT MARCANTEL CHARLES MARTIN German Club C113 MARK MARTIN CYNDI MARTINDALE HUMBERTO MARTINEZ RICKEY MARVIN X Basketball C9, 10, 11, 123 MARK MASSEY CARLA MASSINGILL D.E.C.A. C11, 123, President C123: F.H.A. C9, 10, 123: Science Club C103: Who's Who in D.E.C.A. CHRIS MATSON Tennis C935 Drama Club C9, 103: F.H.A. C11, 123: Vikas C113 MONICA MAURER IDORONDA MAYHALL F.H.A. C9, 10, 1135 Child Care C11, 1235 H.E.R.O. C11, 123: Spanish Club C935 Who's Who in H.E.C.E. RONNY MAYNARD ERRI MCADAMS Gymnastics C93: Drama Club C9, 10, 11, 1235 F.H.A. C1235 Student Council C10, 1135 Drama Tournament C11, 1235 French Club C113 SHARON MCANEAR Chorale C10, 11, 123, Section Leader C123: Mu Alpha Theta C1235 National Honor Society C1235 Science Club C113: Ir. Historians C11, 123 AT MCCOLLUM Football C935 Student Council, Alternate C935 National Honor Society C10, 11, 1235 Key Club C10, 11, 123, Secretary: Junior Historians C11, 123, President C1235 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 1235 R.O.T.C.C9,10, 1135 D.A.R. Leadership Award C1035 National Sojourners Leadership Award C1135 Boys' State Delegate: Exchange Club Youth of the Month C123 OBERT MCCOLLUM AMES MCCONATHY Spanish Club C1235 R.O.T.C. Rifle Team C93 EBBIE MCDONALD Industrial Arts Secretary C935 Volleyball C9, 10, 11, 123, ManagerC11, 1235 Y.A.D.S. C103: F.H.A. C11, 123 SHERRY MCGINNIS Business Club C1035 F.H.A. C935 Vikas C11, 123: Drama Club C9, 10, 11, 1235 Key Club C1235 Who's Who in American Drill Teams C103 KIM MCKENNEY Vikas C9, 10, 113: Student Council C1135 Chorale C9, 10, 11, 123, Section Leader C1235 Madrigal C1235 All Region Choir C11, 1235 Area Choir C1135 F.T.A. C1135 Drama Club C9, 103: Y.A.D.S. C93: Irving's Miss Flame C1235 Dallas County Miss Flame C123: Homecoming Princess C1235 Skjonnhet Beauty C123 ROBERTA MCKNIGHT F.H.A. C10, 11, 123 DENNIS MCLAUGHLIN Art Club C93 RICKY MCPHERSON D.E.C.A. C11, 123, Personnel Manager C113, Vice President C1235 F.H.A. C113 MERRILL MEADOWS Concert Band C9, 1035 Marching Band C103:F.l-l.A.C11,123 RICKY MEDLIN Football C93: Science Club C10, 1135 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 1235 H.O.P.E. Club C113 MELISSA MEEKS Vikas C9, 10, 11, 123, Lieutenant C1235 F.T.A. C93: Concert Band C935 F.H.A. C9, 1235 Who's Who in Vikas DOUG MILES Tennis C9, 10, 113 ARTIE MILLER Drama Club C93: French Club C10, 1135 Football Student Trainer C10, 11, 123 GERRY MILLER D.E.C.A. C11, 123 MADELINE MILLER SCOTT MILLER IAN MILLICAN Drama Club C10, 11, 1235 F.T.A. C1035 Spanish Club C935 H.O.P.E. Club C11, 123 BECCI MITCHELL Child Care C1235 F.H.A. C123: Vikas C103 MARK MONEY Football C9, 10, 11. 1235 Track C9, 1035 F.H.A. C1235 Rodeo Club C1235 Business Club C103: All-City Defensive Tackle C1235 All-District Defensive Tackle, Honorable Mention C123 SOPHIA MONTELLANO Vikas C10, 11, 123, Lieutenant C1235 O.U. Miss Drill Team, 1st Runner Up C1235 F.H.A. C93: French Club C935 Student Council C10, 123: Y. A.D.S. C103: Skjonnhet Beauty C1135 Homecoming Queen C123 DAVID MOODY National Honor Society C10, 11, 1235 P.S.A.T. Commended Student C1235 Century III Leaders Scholarship Competition C123 TIM MOORE TRACY MORGENSEN Band C9, 10, 113: All Region Band C9, 1035 U.l.L. Division I Rating C9, 1035 Senior Play Stage Crew C1235 Spring Production ROBERT MORRIS Art Club C9, 1035 Y.A.D.S. C1135 R.O.T.C. C9, 10, 11, 123, Cadet C93, c.P.o. C10, 113, Lieutenant C123 DEBORAH MULLINS Gymnastics C10, 11. 123 GLENDA MURPHY IAC KIE NEFF Student Council C1135 Mu Alpha Theta C1035 National Honor Society C113: F.H.A. C113 REBECCA NELSON RENEE NELSON Creative Writing C935 Choir C9, 103, Chorale C1135 H.E.C.E. C123: F.T.A. C103 IESSIE NERIO DAWN NORMAN F.H.A. C113 IO NORRIS Volleyball C9, 10, 11, 123, Captain C123, Most Valuable Player C123, All- District Honorable Mention C113, All- District C123, High School All American C1235 Student Council C11, 123: Historian C1235 Mu Alpha Theta C1235 Y.A.D.S. C1l35F.H.A.C9,1O,11, 123, Chairman C123: French Club C9, 103: Key Link C1235 Class Secretary C11, 123: Who's Who in Girl's Athletics RICKY NORRIS Basketball C9, 10, 11, 1235 Rodeo Club C935 F.H.A. C123, Vice Chairman C123 DANNA O'CALLAGHAN LUIS OLAGE ARNALDO OSUNA DONNA PARKMAN RENEE PATE VikasC9, 10, 11, 1235F.H.A.C9,123: F.T.A. C935 Vika Secretary C123 IIMMY PATTERSON Symphonic Band C9, 10, 11, 123, Section Leader C11, 123, Right Guide C10, 11, 123, Drum Major C123, Stage Band C123 ROBERT PIERCE R.O.T.C.C9,1O, 11,123 CARA PINCHERA CHERRI POHLE National Honor Society C1235 Mu Alpha Theta C123: F.H.A. C11, 123, Chairman C11, 123 DEBBIE POLLEI Vikas C9, 10, 11, 123, Captain C1235 French Club C1135 Miss Flame Finalist C1235 Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee C123 CINDI POMPA F.T.A.C103:E.H.A.C9,11, 123: Child Care C1135 Vikas, Manager C9, 1035 Track Manager C11, 123: Jr. Historians C113 DOLORES PONCE CINDY POPE Student Council C11, 123: Volleyball C9, 10, 1135 Class Treasurer C1235 F.H.A. C9, 10,123 KATHY PRICE Chorale C9, 10, 11, 123, Section Leader C10, 11, 1235 All Region Choir C11, 123: All Area Choir C11, 1255 All State Choir C1155 Mu Alpha Theta C11, 1255 National Honor Society C11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C1255 Student Council C11, 1255 Skjonnhet Nominee C1155 Skjonnhet Beauty C125 JODY PUCKETT Band C9, 10, 11, 125, Class Representative C95, Right Guide C115, Public Relations Officer C115, Assistant Drum Major C1255 All Region Band C9, 10, 1255 All Region Orchestra C1155 Mu Alpha Theta C1255 National Honor Society C11, 125, Secretary C1255 H.O.P.E. Club C125, Treasurer C1255 Junior Academic Award C1155 Who's Who in Band C125 MARTY RANDLE Student Council C9, 115, Executive Council C9, 1155 F.H.A. C955 F.T.A. C10, 115, Vice President C115, District Recording Secretary C1155 German Club C1055 Valhalla Staff C10, 11, 125, Co- Editor C1255 Class Vice President C1055 Cheerleader C11, 125, Captain C1255 National Honor Society C1255 Tennis C9, 1055 Track C1155 Miss Flame Finalist C1255 Miss N.H.S. C1255 Who's Who in Yearbook VIRGINIA RANGLE F.H.A. C9, 1255 Spanish Club C1055 O.E.A. ClubC11, 125 TWANA RANKIN Band C9, 10, 125 RISA RAPER Creative Writing Club C9, 10, 1155 Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 1255 National Honor Society C11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C11, 1255 Track C11, 1255 N.F.L. C10, 11, 125, Vice President C115, President C1255 Skyline Tournament - Impromptu Speaking - 3rd Place C1155 Debate Merit Award C1255 N.F.L. Degree of Merit C1055 N.F.L. Degree of Distinction C1255 Who's who in Speech DENISE REAMES GAYLIA REAVES RICKI RECORD BandC9,10, 11, 1255 U.I.L. Solo Contest lst Division C955 Mu Alpha Theta C1255 Valhalla Staff C11, 125, Photographer C11, 1255 1st Place Science Project C95 CINDY REEVES MIKE REILLY DANIEL REYNA FRED REYNA Football C9, 10, 11, 125, All City C1255 District Honorable Mention C1255 Who's Who in Boy's Athletics KELLY RHOADS ROCKY RIBBLE CLAUDETTE RICHARDS F.H.A. C11, 1255 F.T.A. C9, 1055 Spanish Club C9, 105 PAM RICHARDSON Drama Club C9, 10, 11, 1255 Tournament Class C10, 11, 1255 "A Sunny Morning" C955 "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" C1055 "The Crucible" C1155 "Don't Drink the Water" C1255 Rodeo Club C1055 F.H.A. C9, 1155 N.F.L. C1255 Gymnastics C1255 Miss Flame Finalists C125 ANTHONY SLAYDEN BECKY SMITH JEFF SMITH Football C9, 10, 1155 Homecoming Escort C1155 Skjonnhet Escort C115 RICKY SMITH STEPHEN SMITH RHONDA SNODY D.E.C.A. C125 DIANE SNOW Valhalla Staff C11, 125, Editor C1255 Student Council C1155 F.H.A. C1255 Who's Who in Yearbook C125 DOUG SPEARMAN Track C955 Baseball C10, 11, 1255 F.H.A. C115 KATHY SPENCE MITZIE SPENCER CHRIS STANCIL ROBIN STAREK ELAINE STARNES BILLY STEARNS BECKY STEMBRIDGE F.H.A.C9,11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C95 PHILIP STOWELL R.O.T.C. C9, 1055 V.l.C.A. C11, 125, Sergeant-at-Arms JEFF STRANC Band C9, 10, 11, 1255 Stage Band C10, 11, 1255 Science Club C10, 11, 1255 Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C125 TRACY STRICKLAND GORDON STRONG Baseball C9, 10, 125 GREG STURCH Football C9, 10, 11, 1255 Track C9, 1055 Wrestling C9, 10, 11, 125, Conference, 3rd State C95, 3rd Conference C105, lst Conference, lst State C1155 Executive Council C1055 Skjonnhet Handsome C125 TRESA TAYLOR Class Treasurer C955 Student Council C10, 11, 125, Executive Council C10, 1155 F.H.A. C955 P.E.L.E. C115, Vice President C1155 Tennis C9, 1055 Track C1255 Valhalla Staff C10, 11, 125, Sports Editor C125 VICKI TAYLOR HELEN TENNISON CINDY THIBIDEAU ANDREA THOMPSON TONY THOMPSON' A.M.A.C11,1255F.H.A.C125 STEVE THORNQUIST Tennis C1055 V.I.C.A. C11, 125 JEAN TIDWELL BILL TOLAND Tennis C9, 1055 Rodeo Club C10, 11, 125, President C1255 North Texas High School Rodeo Association Finals C1255 Lone Star High School Rodeo Association Finals C1255 Who's Who in Drafting C125 RAUL TORREZ RAY TORREZ Baseball C9, 11, 1255 Spanish Club C11, 125 AUBREY TRIGG Basketball C9, 10, 11, 1255 All City C1055 Sophomore of the Year C1055 All City Leading Scorer C115: 2nd District Leading Scorer C1155 All District C115 BRENDA TURNER Student Council C115 DEBBIE TURNER PHILLIP UNDERWOOD Student Council C95 , Executive Council C955 Baseball C9, 1255 Chess Club C955 French Club C9, 10, 11, 1255 H.O.P.E. Club C1255 Soccer C1255 Science Club C1055 Lab Aide C1255 Foreign Language Contests C11, 1255 Mu Alpha Theta C10, 11, 1255 National Honor Society C11, 1255 "Don't Drink the Water" C1255 Senior of the Month C125 KIM RIGGS GINGER RIGGS Track C10, 1155 Child Care C1155 F.H.A. C9, 10, 115. H.E.R.O. C115, Secretary C115 BRAD RITTER STEVE RIVERS' CATHY ROBERSON Child Care C125 BRENDA ROBERTS Gymnastics C9, 1055 F.H.A. C125 LEIGH ROBERTS F.H.A.C955D.E.C.A.C11,125 Photographer C1155 Girls Choir C1055 Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee C115 SHARON ROBERTS Volleyball C9, 10, 11, 1255 F.H.A. C1155 Business Club C1155 Science Club C95 CATHY ROBERTSON Spanish Club C955 Science Club C10, 11, 125, Vice President C1255 National Honor Society C11, 1255 Mu Alpha Theta C1255 Science Fair, 3rd Place C95 DIANE ROBINSON MELANIE ROCKENHAUS German Club C10, 11, 125, President C1055 Science Club C10, 11, 125, Vice President C1155 Creative Writing Club C10, 1155 Mu Alpha Theta C1255 Nationa Honor Society C11, 1255 National Forensic League C1255 H.O.P.E. Club C125 TONY RODRIGUZ DEBORAH ROGERS D.E.C.A. C11, 1255 F.H.A. C9, 125, Vice President C125 DEBRA ROGERS Vikas C10, 11, 125, President C1255 Business Club C105, President C105 RONALD ROLLINS JANA ROUSE F.H.A. C9, 1055 Rodeo Club C9, 105, Treasurer C955 Drama Club C1055 Soccer C1255 Homecoming Princess C955 Class Favorite C955 Football Sweetheart C1255 Skjonnhet Beauty C125 TERRI RUDDER Child Care C1255 V.O.C.T. C115 ROSANNE RUIZ Vikas 11035 Student Council 111, 123: F.T.A. 111, 123: F.H.A. 1123: Track 11135 Spanish Club 111, 123, Vice President 11135 Cheerleader 111, 1235 Skjonnhet Beauty Nominee 11135 D.A.R. 3rd Runner up 11235 Who's Who in American High School Students 1113 BILL RUSH COLETTE RUTHERFORD DAVID RUTLEDGE D.E.C.A.1123 FELICIA SALINAS IOE SANCHEZ Football 19, 1035 Soccer 1113 RICKY SANDLIN D.E.C.A.111, 123 PAT SANFORD Football 19, 10, 11, 123, All City 2nd Team: F.H.A. 11235 F.c.A. 111. 1235 Mu Alpha Theta 11235 Baseball 19, 10, 11, 1235 Optimist Youth Award 1123 LISA SAUNDERS Vikas1123 PAT SAWYER VIRGINIA SCHLICHER I Chorale 19, 10, 11, 123: German Club 1 3 12 OHN SHELTON Band 19, 10, 11, 1235 Y.A.D.S. 19, 10, 11, 1235 Optimist Youth Appreciation Award 1123 .HERYL SHOEMAKER AT SINGLETON ERRY SLATE R.O.T.C. 19, 10, 113, Officer 19, 10, 113, Bat. Cdr. 1113: Who's Who in R.O.T.C. 11135 Honor Society 110, 11, 123, President 11235 Mu Alpha Theta 11235 Key Club 110, 11, 123, Vice President 110 , 113 , President 1123: Science Club 19, 10, 113: French Club 193: EXPIOIGIS 193: Ir. Historians 111, 123, Treasurer 11235 Track 1935 D.A.R. Leadership Award: S.A.R. Leadership Award: Kiwanis Leadership Award: D.A.R. Good Citizen Award, 2nd Place 1123 IKE USSERY Student Council 19, 123, President 1123: Key Club 111, 123, Treasurer 1113, Sergeant at Arms 11235 Jr. Historian 1113, President 11135 National Honor Society 110, 11, 123, Vice President 11235 Mu Alpha Theta-111, 1235 Chorale 1103: Choir 193: R.O.T.C. 19, 1o, 113, Officer 19, 10, 1135 D.A.R. Award 11035 Distinguished Cadet Ribbon: D . A.R. Good Citizen Award 11235 Mr. N.H.S. 1123 OUG UTTER ATHY VAIL HERRY VAIL Y.A.D.S. 110. 1235 Spanish Club 11035 Spirit Crew 110, 113 MES VAN CAMP ARMELLA VANCE OY VANDERBURGH ARK VAN DYKE BEVERLY VAN RIPER MARK VAUGHN Basketball 1935 Science Club 1113: National Honor Society 111, 1235 H.O.P.E. Club 11235 Freshman Academic Award 1935 Sophomore Academic Award 1103 TERRY VERNON Child Ca1'e11l, 123: D.E.C.A. 111, 123, Historian 11235 Band 1935 Chorale C103 LUPE VELA V.O.T.C.19,1035V.I.C.A.111,123 BRENDA VICK Student Council 19, 1035 Child Care 11135 F.H.A. 1935 Volleyball 11035 Skjonnhet Nominee 1113 DALE VILLACCI R.O.T.C.19, 10, 1135 Key Club 19, 10, 1135 H.O.P.E. Club 11135 Ir. Historians 111, 123 , Recorder 11135 Football 1103 DAVID WAGNER IAIME WALKER F00tba1119, io, 11, 123 TERRY WALLACE KEITH WALLACE Chorale 19, 10, 11, 123, Section Leader 11235 Piano Player 19, 10. 11, 123: All Region Choir 110, 11, 123: Area Altemate 112,, Key Link 1123 BILLY WALLER Soccer 11035 National Honor Society 111, 1235 Mu Alpha Theta 111, 123: Band 193 IANICE WARD Band19, 10, 11, 123: Y.A.D.S. 110, 11, 123, President11135 F.H.A. 1123 BRET WARREN Football 19, 10, 11, 123, Most Valuable Player 1123 Baseball5 Executive Council: Skjonnhet Handsome 1123 BOBBY WATSON F.H.A. 1123: Office Aide 11235 Skjonnhet Nominee 1123 MARTHA IO WEATHERS DENNIS WEBB Basketball 19, 1035 Baseball 110, 11, 1235F.H.A.1123 PAULA WEBB Band 19, 10, 113: U.I.L. Solo and Ensemble Contest, 1st Division 11135 National Honor Society 111 , 1235 H.O.P.E. Club 111, 123, Secretary 1123 IEWONA WELKER DON WELLS Architecture and Drafting 19, 10, 11. 123: Art Club 19, 10, 11, 123 LYNDA WEST Rodeo Club 1935 Y.A.D.S. 11035 Spanish Club 1103, President 1103: French Club 11135 H.O.P.E. Club 11235 Science Club 11235 Student Council 1935 Sword and Shield Staff 1123 PHILLIP WHITE "Don't Drink the Water" 1123: Auto Mechanics 111, 1235 V.I.C.A. 111, 123, Parliamentarian1113, Reporter 1123 ROBERT WHITE THELMA WI-IITTINGTON DARYL WICKS Band19, 10, 1135 Y.A.D.S. 11235 Mu Alpha Theta 110, 11, 1235 Number Sense 11235 Science Club 110, 1135 H.O.P.E. Club 11235 Key Club 110, 11, 123: Ir. Historians 111, 1235 "Don't Drink the Water" 11235 Who's Who in Math TERRY WICKS TOMMY WILCOX Chess Club 19, 103: Spirit Crew 193: R.O.T.C.19, 10, 1135 Ir. Historians 11235 F.H.A. 11235 Wrestling 19, 10, 11, 123, Captain 110, 113, District, 1st Place 110, 113, State, 4th Place 1113 CHRISTY WILLIAMS F.H.A.111, 123 DALE WILLIAMS Bandg German Club: H.O.P.E. Club 1123: Baseball 1123: Soccer 11235 Class Vice President 1123 SANDRA WILLIAMS GAYLE WILSON P.E.L.E.11135F.H.A.5F.H.A. H.E.R.O. VICKIE WINNETT P.E.L.E.1113:H.E.R.O.1l135 H.E.C.E.1123:F.H.A.11235F.T.A. 193, choir 193 CYNTHIA WITT KIM WOOD Vikas 111, 123: Rodeo Club: Rodeo Club Sweetheart: Homecoming Princess 19 , 10, 1135 Class Favorite 1103 MELYNDA WOODARD Vikas110. 11, 1235H.O.P.E.111,123: Mu Alpha Theta 110, 11, 1235 National Honor Society110, 11, 123 DONNA WRIGHT Tennis 193: F.T.A. 1103: Business Club 1103: Vikas110, 11,1235H.O.P.E. Club 11235 F.H.A. 11235 Key Link 1123 FRANK YBARRA Industrial Arts Club 193: Science Club 110, 1235 Spirit Crew 11035 Number Sense 110, 123: Key Club 110, 11, 123: Board of Inquiry 1123, Representative 1123, Project Coordinator 110, 1235 Spanish Club 110, 1235 Jr. Historians 1123: Mu Alpha Theta 11235 R.O.T.C. 19, 10, 11, 123, Officer110, 11, 123, Battalion Commander 1123, Regional Commander 1123: Personal Appearance Award 19, 10, 11, 1235 Good Conduct Award 19, 10, 11, 1235 Aptitude Award 19, 10, 11, 1235 Honor Cadet 19, 10, 11, 1235 Distinguished Cadet 19, 10, 11, 123: D.A.R. Award 1123: City Drafting Meet, 2nd Place: "Don't Drink the Water" 11235 Who's Who in R.O.T.C. CATHY YOUNG Choir 193: Chorale 110, 11, 123. Historian 11235 F.H.A. 1935 Student Council 110, 113, Executive Council 1113: F.T.A. 11135 Skjonnhet Beauty 11135, Skjonnhet Nominee 1123 TIM ZIMMERMAN Football 19, 1035 R.O.T.C. 193: V.I.C.A. 111, 123, President 11235 Explorer Club 1123 Bennett, Mark - 87, 248 46 Aceves, Joann - 248 Adams, Mark - 224 Adams, Rhonda - 290 Adams, Wilbert - 163 Adamson, Myra - 268 Aday, Charlotte - 290 Aguirre, David - 290 Aguirre, Rosemary - 268 Aicardi, Angela - 248 General Index Aviles, Hermelinda - 290 Aviles, Joe - 224 Azcona, Cynthia - 224 Baetz , Baden , Gary - 290 Linda - 248 Bailey, Alysia - 224 Bailey, Barlow - 224 Bailey, Chad - 268, 128, 132 Bailey, Cheryl - 268 Aikin. Matthew fAlexJ - 68, Bailey, Daniel - 248 Bates, Mark - 269 Bates, Rickey - 291 Bates, Shelley - 248 Bates, Sherri - 144, 291 Bauer, Robert - 248 Bauer, William - 269 Baugh , Baugh . Joseph - 269 Shana - 269 Baumert, Beth - 269 Baxter , Kay ' 269, 272 Blackley, Kimberly - 291, 5' Blackwood, Loretta - 291 Blagg, Ginny - 49, 249 Blake, Robert - 225 Blanchett, Barbara - 225 Blankenship, Mike - 269 Blough. James - 225 Blough, Tom - 269 Board, Charles - 225 Boatright, Mary - 291 64, 224 Akins, Larry - 268 Akins, Sammy - 290 Albert, Fernando - 248 Alcorn, Wendy - 248 Aldridge, Debbie - 290 Aldridge, Suzanne - 328 Alexander, Joan - 224, 227, 112 Allen, Jimmy - 98, 268, 99 121 Allen, Kellie - 268, 129 Allen, Michael - 248 Allen. Morris - 290 Allen, Sandy - 290 Allen, Sharon - 290 Allen, Vickie - 290 Alley, Connie - 224 Alley, Kevin - 38, 268 Allgeyer, Richard - 248, 160, 157, 161 Bailey. Pat - 224 Bailey, Phil - 69, 170, 87, 323, 64 Baisden, Lori - 268 Baker, David - 290 Baker, Jackie - 290 Baker, Leona - 290 Baker, Linda - 144, 290 Baker, Ronnie - 224 Althoff. wiuiim - 261. 324 Alvarado. Ernest - 224 Alvarado. Ignacio - 268 Baker, Russell - 248 Baldree, Marvin - 290 Baldwin, Triska - 268 Ball, Kim - 248, 32, 90 Ballard , Kenneth - 268 Bamburg, Sandra - 268 Bams, Wilberg - 290 BAND - 128 Banda, Dalia - 248 Banda. Joe - 224, 78, 79 Banda, Raymond - 268, 81 Banks, Ronny - 248 Bannister, Tammy - 290, 62 Bannister, Tina - 248, 261 Bannister, Toni - 268 Baxter, Michael - 225 Bean, John - 69, 269 Beardmore, Tamara Beasley, Rose Beaver, Joyce - 328 Becerra, Mary - 225 Becker, Debi - 291 Beckwith. Sam - 269, 156 Bedair, Kimmie - 248 Bedair, Mark - 59 Bedair, Victor - 291 Beers, Tanya - 269 Bell, Dennis f 248 Bell, Laura - 225, 169 Bell, Robert - 225 Bembenek, Cynthia - 225 Bembenek, Valerie - 290, 144 Benavidez, Gary - 248 Bench, David - 269 Bench, Kathy - 248 Boatwright, Karen - 225 Boatwright, Tommy - 249 Boccieri, Brenda - 23, 249, 189, 113, 183 Boone, Debora - 249 Boone, James - 269 Boone, Lisa - 225 Booth, Diane - 249 Borbon, Stephanie - 291 Boren , Claudia Boren, Della - 225 Bouillion, Lynne - 291 Boukin, Mike 269 Boultinghouse, Melissa - 249 Boultinghouse, Randy - 226 Bourland, Joe 325 Bower, Ruth - 291, 52 Bower , Steven Bowie. Billy - 249 Bowie, Robert - 269 Boyd, Bonnie - 267, 269, 12 Ancheta, Carolyn - 268, 334 Anderson, Brenda - 248 Anderson, Cindy - 62, 290 Anderson, Laura - 290 Anderson, Lisa - 290 Anderson, Randy - 248 Andree, James - 248 Andrews, David - 248 Anguiano, Delia - 290 Antle, Christine - 224 Anzaldua, Robert - 93, 94, 42 , 290 Archer, Charles - 290, 156 Archer, Lori - 248, 51, 49 Armer, Teresa - 290 Armstrong, Gerry - 328 Armstrong, Julie - 290 Armstrong, Tina - 144, 168 Arnett, Mike - 248 Arnold, Dwight - 69, 268 Arnold, Eileen - 224. 334 Arnold, Thomas - 248 Arrimbidez, Bernard - 248 Ashley, Rhonda - 268 Atteberry, Kathy - 290 Atteberry, Mark - 25, 224 Atteberry, Stanley - 248 Atteberry, Teri - 268 Auvenshine, Lanette - 268 INDEX Barbee, Mechell - 248 Barbee, Melanie - 268 Barbee, Teresa - 290 Barber, Billy - 145, 290 Barker, Douglas - 248 Bames, Brenda - 269, 133 Bames, Joe - 248 Bamhart, Charles - 290 Bamhart, Daniel - 290, 130 Bamhart, Philip - 248 Bamhart, Sheila - 248 Barnhill, Judy - 269, 95, 106 Bams, Lonnie - 269 Barr, Judson - 269 Barrientos, Lus - 269 Barrientos, Ruby - 290 Barron, Cynthia K. - 269 Barron, Cynthia O. - 269 Barron, Richard - 224 Barron, Roger - 224 Barry, Dorothy - 325 Bartlett, Darci - 269, 129 Bartlett, Lori - 153, 269, 54 Barton, Diana - 247, 248, 247, 113 Barton, Leslie - 290 Bason, Eva - 225 Bates, Kenneth - 269 Bates, Lori - 290 Bennett Bennett , Andrew , Harold - 248 Bennett, Scheli - 291 Bennett, Sheri - 269 Benson, Mickey - 247 , 320 Bentley, Ronnie - 32, 249. 289 Bereman, Shelia - 90 Berrier, Lori Berry, Loretta Betts, Ken - 291 Betts, Robert - 291 Betts. Walter - 23, 156, 129, 291 Bickers, Linda - 269 Bickers, Sharon - 225 Bickley, Ronnie Biggers, Pamela - 142, 291, 144 Boyd. Sheryl - 249 Boykin, Michael - 269 BOYS CHOIR - 145 Biggs, Steve Bilbrey, Annette - 269. 121, 181 Bilbrey, Terry - 33, 249 Billey, Joseph - 269 Billey, Margie - 269 Bingham, Wayne - 324 Black, Delwyn - 249, 124 Blackburn, Mark - 32, 37, 249 Blackerby. Quentin - 145, 143, 27, 249, 142 Box, Valerie - 249 Bozman, Stephen - 291 Brackeen, Denise - 291 Bradford, James - 226 Bradley, Beverly Bradley, Cliff - 321 Bradley, Helen - 321 Bradshaw, Brian Bradshaw, Kenneth - 226 Bragg, Caroline - 144 Bragg, Sharon - 226 Bramlett, Amanda - 156, 159 , 29 Branch, Kenneth - 226 Branch, Robert - 54, 270 Brannock, Richard - 270, 13 Bratton, Lance - 249 Brauchler, David - 249 Brauchler, Debra - 226 Bravo, Frank - 226, 167, 16 Bravo, Virginia - 270 Braziel, Danny - 270 Braziel, James - 291 Brazier, Royce - 249 Breland, Delenia Breland, Rhonda - 291 Brenner, Steven - 249 Brewer, Delisa Brewer, Cynthia - 270 5 Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer , Karen - 249, 113 . Larry - 211, 226 . David - 291 , Lisa - 270, 113 , Norman - 270, 283 Brewster, Richard - 291, 130 Bridewell, Bill - 38, 269 Brickley, Ronnie - 291 Bridges, Ray - 270, 130 Bridges, Tammy - 226, 244, 44 Briggs, Gary - 270 Briles, Dave - 64, 249 Briles, Mark - 292 Bringas, Robert - 156 Burton, Mary - 270 Busby, Farris Butler, Athlynn - 318 Butler, Isaac - 32, 270, 64. 68 Butler, Kay - 54, 119, 57, 323 Carter, Richard - 271 Carter, Steve - 157, 271 Carter, Tonya - 293 Case, Nick - 218. 227 Cashion, Audelle - 328 Castillo, Isabel - 271 Castoe, Mark - 250 Cong, Khanh Doan - 59, 63. 102 Conner, Kelly - 293 Conner, Paula - 132 Conrad, Beth - 293 Cook, Clifford - 251 Cook, David - 271 Buttery, Teresa - 270 Buttry, Kathleen - 226 Buttry, Robert - 158, 156, 292 Butts, Mary Ann - 247 . 326 Cagle, Sheri - 292 Cain. James - 87, 250 Caldwell, Carey - 54, 250, Castro . Katherine Cates Gary - 227, 78 Cavin, Nita - 227, 127 Cavin, Tom - 207, 250, 334. 134 Caviness, Laura - 268, 271, 130 Cawthon , Bradley Cook, Deborah - 228 Cook, Larry Cook, Ronald Cook, Rose - 251 Coomer, Carol - 251 Cooper. Cheryl - 293 Cooper, Elaine - 251 Cooper, Terri - 228, 150, 60 Britton , rernyn - 249. 169 Brock, Steve - 292 Brothers, Vickie Brower, Mike - 42, 93, 305, 292 Brown, David - 226 Brown, Essie - 270 Brown. Jerry - 292 Brown, Kenneth - 270 Brown, Marline - 292, 95 Brown, Molly - 319 Brown, Sari - 292 Brown, Terry - 226 Brown, Tracey - 249, 265 Brucia. Mike - 226 55, 142, 145 Caldwell, Stella - 250 Calhoon, Judy - 250, 156, Caylor, Candis - 250 Cazzato, Danny - 251 119 Calhoon, Sherry - 270, 106 Calhoun, Allen Calhoun, Derrall - 292 Callejas, Martha - 25, 167, 226, 334, 121 Calvert, James - 38, 270, 90 Cambron, Richard - 271 Camp, Randy - 226, 183 Camp, Sandra - 250 Cowan, Donald - 293 Bruenjes, Ronald - 323 Bryan. Sheri- 180, 27, 226, 233, 113, 123 Bryan, Tamie - 270, 112 Buchanan, Dwayne - 270, 105 Buckner, Robbie - 142, 292, 145 Buffington, Cathy - 292 Buffington, Mike - 250 Bull, Kenneth - 226 Bundrant, Donna - 292, 52 Bunn, Barry - 66, 67, 226, 64 Campbell, Bev - 271 Campbell, Brenda - 227 Campbell, Keith - 38, 271 Campbell, Myra - 227, 44 Campbell, Rodney - 271 Canady, David - 28, 271, 287 Ceraldi, Lucy - 25, 227 Cermak, George - 227 Chalfant, Julie - 251, 253 Chance, Allen - 251, 156, 131 Chandler, Donna - 327 Chapman, Mark - 271 Chapman, Mary - 227 Chapman, Stephen - 251 Charlton, Gary - 251, 78 Chase, Kurt - 251, 90 Chase, Larry - 225, 188. 227, 185, 187 Cooper. Wayne - 228 Cooper, William 1BillyJ - 87, 293 Copeland , Copeland , Copeland , 334 Copeland , Barbara - 165, 325 Dorothy Janet - 271, 121, Mary - 325 Corbit, Todd - 251 Cornell, Keith - 251 Cornell, Kevin - 293 Cornell, Kyle - 228, 90 Coronado, Cleo - 251, 90 Chase Chase . , Robert - 42, 293 Vincent - 227 Chasteen, Susan - 251 CHEERLEADERS - 114, 116 Coronado, Joann - 75, 293, 95 Cotton, Lynda - 271, 134, 121, 334 Cotton. Patricia - 228 Couch, Randall Canney, William - 227 Cano, Noah - 292 Canterbury, Susan - 133, 271 Cantwell, Cheryl - 250 Cantwell, Jerri - 292 Cantwell, Selina Capetillo, Randy - 271 Caraway, Donna - 250 Cherry, Juanita - 293 Cherry, Letris - 271 CHESS - 171 CHILD CARE - 164 Childress, Connie - 293 Childs. Patty - 293 CHORALE - 142 Citzler, Carol - 251, 173, Cousins, Marsha - 251 Covington, Charolotte - 293 Covington, Gayla - 144, 266, 190, '271, 121, 142 Covington, James - 251 Covington, Jeffrey - 33, 293 Covington, Michelle - 271 Covington, Thomas 166 . 128 , 131 Burch, Billy - 226 Burch, Curtis - 59, 323, 60, 62, 81, 78 Burch, David - 59, 250 Burgess, Howard - 292, 73 Burk, Bryce - 270, 156, 81 Burk, Kevin - 292, 156, 81 Burket, Sherry - 142, 292, 144 Bumett, Brenda - 270 Bumett, Kenneth Bumett, Stephen Bums, Foy - 250, 157, 140, 152 Bums, Kelly - 292 Burns, LaVetta - 270 Bums, Lonnie Burrow Burrow Burrow Burrow Burrow Burrow , Darren - 270 , Deborah - 250 , Donita - 292 . John - 270. 130 , Pamela - 270 , Roger - 57, 292 Caraway. William - 227 Cardenas. Thomas - 54, 145, 143 , 227 . 142 Carner, Alan Camer, James Carney, Kimberly - 227 Carpenter, Mary - 227 Carpenter, Lindell Carpenter, Scott - 143, 250, 142, 145 Carpenter, Sharon - 292 Carpman, David - 271, 128, 133 Carroll, Geina - 271 Carroll. James - 271 Carroll, John - 130 Carroll, Robert - 227 Bursey. Michael Burt. Mark Burton, Janice - 54, 154, 169 Carry, Janice - 204, 227, 215 Carter, David - 73, 302 Carter, Doug - 250 Carter, Guy Carter, Kimberly - 227, 142, 232, 143. 168, 144, 169. 167 . Carter 123. 128, 202. 133 , Michael Clark, Bobby - 251 Clark, Kevin - 271 Clark, Sharon Clarkson, Cheryl - 227 Clayton, Cheryl - 171, 324 Cleveland, Aluira - 293 Cline, Andrea - 271 Cline, Ramona - 228 Clough, Elizabeth - 293, 129 Coach, Barbara - 251 Coach, Donna Cochran, Danny - 251 Coe, Clifton - 228 Cofleld, Jessie - 251 Cole, Mike Coleman, Tami - 293 Coleman, Vonda - 293 Collenorina, Michael - 293 Collins. Rhonda - 228 Collins, Stacy - 293, 107, 157, 140 Collinsworth, Jay - 228 Collvins, Terri - 251 Combs, Fredia - 251, 113, 60 Conder, Morgan - 293 Cowen, Russell - 281 Cox, David - 271 Cox, Mark - 32,251 Crabtree, Richard - 293, 93. 94 Craig, Lynn - 326 Craft, Sandra - 228 Cranford, Billy - 271 Crenshaw, Jenny - 293 Crenshaw, Stuart - 293, 87 Crew, Scott - 271, 150, 151, 334 V Critz, Patti - 251 Crocker, Darma - 271 Cross, Aaron - 271 Cross, Billy - 271, 265 Crossland, Keith - 38, 251 Crouch, Debra - 228. 44 Crouch, Randy - 228 Crouch, Suzanne - 293, 144 Crutsinger. Cindy - 293 Crutsinger, Deborah - 271 Cuff, Raymond - 33, 108, 251, 104 Cummings, Matt - 228 Cunningham, Lloyd - 271 INDEX 347 DePuy . Currens, Teresa - 228 Currin, Cathryn - 293 Currin, Olivia - 271 Curry, Cindy - 293, 292, Dennis, Bobby - 272 Dennis, Brent - 272 Dennis, Damon - 274 Dennis, Rebecca - 229, 151 Carol 120, 186, 191 Curry, Roy - 314 Curtis, Joey - 271 Curtis, Randy - 293, 61 Curton, Rodney - 271 Cutaia, Mary - 293 cunip, Robert - 293 Dail, Denise - 228 Dail, Jimmie - 251 Dail, Sonia - 271 Dalton, Craig - 251, 167, 169 Dalton, James - 228 Dalton, Terry - 251 Dane, Mitchell - 271 Dane, Stacie - 75, 293 Daniel, Jed - 293, 93 Daniel, Jerry - 293 Daniel, Stephen - 101 Daniels, James - 293 Daniels, Lana - 228 Daniels, Wayne Darby, Paula Darden, Craig - 272, 59 Daugherty, Renee - 293 Davis, Anita - 120, 293, 95, 97 Davis, Barbara - 251 Davis, Charles - 33, 251, 264 Davis, Chris - 293, 57 Davis, Donald - 293 Davis, Gloria - 293, 75 Davis, James A. - 275 Davis, James W. - 272, 275, 70, 71, 69 Davis, Kathy - 251 Davis, Lee - 228, 123, 104, 219 Davis, Mark - 228 Davis, Nora Davis, Pamela - 75, 293 Davis, Randy - 251 Davis, Rhett - 251 Davis, Ronald - 272 Davis, Sendy - 272, 147 Davison, Pamela - 251, 144, 142 Day, Bruce - 251 Deal, Cynthia Deaton, Donna - 229 Deiss, Donna Dean. Scott - 42, 105, 293 DECA - 126 DeLaGarza, Cynthia - 272 DeLaGarza, Rick - 272 Delane, Lori - 272 DelaTorre, Alfred - 42 DeLaTorre, David - 272, 104 DeLaTorre, Evelyn - 294 DeLaTorre, Freddie - 87, 294 DeLaTorre, Gabriel - 251 DeLaTorre, Sarah - 229 Delorge, Fred - 294 Dennington, Jimmy 348 INDEX Derr, Mark - 251, 128, 133 Deschler, Dori - 272 Desrosiers, David - 294 Devasher, Carol - 294, 144 DeWater, Angela - 294, 131 DeWater, Roger - 251 DeWater, Ronald Dharma, Geetha - 294 Diaz, Danny - 186 Diehl, Shirley - 328 Dilla, Dennis - 294 Dilley, Paul Ditmore, Teddy - 294 Doan, Hung Dobbs, Cynthia - 229, 142. 145 Dodd, Teresa - 272, 49 Dodson, Clark - 326 Dodson, Emily - 327 Domalewski, Micheal - 229 Donley, David - 294 Dorbritz, Adele - 272, 52 Dorbritz, Diana - 294, 52 Dorrell, Carla Dorris, Robert - 251, 128, 133 Dorris, Twanda - 272, 130 Dorsey, Lary - 294, 128, 132 Dosterbosch, Tony - 272 Dotson, Ed - 252 Douglass, Katherine - 229, 167, 150, 168, 208, 169 Doyle , Shari Drab, Daryl- 252, 104 . Drake, Donald - 38, 42, 72, 294 Drake, Michael - 272 DRAMA - 148 Dranchek, Bruce - 252 Duffield, Tim - 272, 152 Duke, Patrick - 294, 98, 99 Dumas, Steven - 294 Duncan, Pamela - 294 Dunlap, Deann - 294, 75 Dunn, Julie - 229, 144 Dunn, Michelle - 252 Dupree, Lisa - 229 Durbin, Robert Jr. - 229 Durden, Donnie - 272 Durham, Jerry - 294, 101, 105 Easlic, Treasa Easter, Joel - 272 Eaves, Kyle - 229 Edmondson, Deena - 229 Edmondson. Kenny - 38, 272 Edwards, C. M. - 229, 173. 133 Edwards, Sue - 273, 151, 270, 131 Egbert Jr. , Nolan - 38, 273 Ehemann, Lynn - 273, 49 Eisenberger, Keni - 294 Ellis, Bill - 252 Ellis, Charles - 61, 295 Ellis, Charlotte - 273 Ellis, Lorri - 295 Ellis, Melissa - 295 Ellis, Rosemary - 273 Ellis, Terry Embrey, Carmen - 252 Embrey, David Embry, Robert Embuscado, Lea - 229, 112 Emmons, Jean - 273 Emmons, Ricky - 252 Empey, Delia - 273, 146 Engel, Jeff - 42, 295 Engledow, Cheryle English, Andrea - 252 English, Brenda - 229 English, Chris - 273, 162 English, Lisa - 252, 133 Ennis, Shirley - 252 Enochs, Debra - 252 Enriquez, Rebbecca - 273, 106 Enright, Sarah - 295, 62 Epling, Cynthia - 273 Epperson, Billie - 328 Ercanbrack, Sandra - 295 Ernst, Ruth - 328 Erwin, Shirl CLUB ESPANOL CSPANISH CLUBJ Espinosa Eugene Espinoza, Thomas - 229 Espinosa Yolanda - 295 Esquivel Almarosa Esquivel Beatrice Esquivel David - 273 Fackler, Dannette - 230 Fackler, Susan - 252, 122. 95 Farish, John - 88, 273 Farmer. Lee Farmer, Mike - 273, 252. 112 Fazi, Kimberly - 170 Fears, Rita - 295, 142 Feely, Debra - 223, 230, 166, 149, 206, 151, 142, 144 Feely, V. C. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES - 170 Ferguson, Alan - 67, 69, 64, 70 Ferguson, Jerry Ferralez, Robert Ferrell, Teresa - 252 Ferritor, Terri - 95, 96 Ferro, Benny - 273, 135, 155, 54, 334 Fetter, Timothy Fikes, Dean - 321, 90 Fillmore, Carol - 328 Fillmore, David - 295, 98, 153 Fisher, Mark - 273, 156 Fisher, Randi - 295, 52 Fisher, Tamera - 252, 144 Fisk, Sandra - 252 Fitzgerald, Steven - 273 Flaherty, Bonnie - 273 Flaherty, Lynn - 295, 130, 75, 76 Flarity, Carl - 230 Flatt, Charles - 252 Flatt, Linda - 252 Fletcher, Linda - 230 Fletcher, Nancy - 230 Flores, Chris - 38, 41, 273, 121, 87 Flores, Dean - 32, 230, 82, 84 Flores, Francisco Flores, Jesus - 295 Flores, Vincente Flowers, Tina - 295 Durham, Nancy - 252 Durham, Ronald - 229 Duron, Margaret - 294 Duron, Mary - 229 Duron, Tony - 272 Duvall, Kirk - 252 Duval, Laurie - 252 Dyer, Diana - 252 Ealum , Ealum . Carmen - 272, 60 Marcia Earle, Terry - 229 Esquivel, Edward - 229 Esquivel, Robert - 252 Esquivel, Rosa - 273, 106 Esquivel, Sylvia - 252 Estes, Dale - 230, 215 Estrada, Emest Estrada, Joe - 295 Eubanks, Cheryl - 273 Eubanks, Jeania - 295, 63, 62 Evanko, Stanley Evans, Martha - 267, 320 Evans, Raymond - 252 Evans, Rosemary - 325, 147 Evans, Tommy - 273, 130 Evins, Gary - 252 Evins, Jo - 295 Floyd, John Fogleman, Melody - 273. 270 Forbus, David - 223, 145, 143, 142, 230, 149 Ford . Ford , Billy - 131 Darrell G. - 230 Earls, Ira Easley, Lindel - 229, 157 Ewing , Ewing , Terry - 273 Gary Ford, Dewey - 273, 131 Ford, Dinan O. - 295 Ford, Elizabeth Ford, Maryetta - 328 Ford, Nerissa - 273, 112 Fomey, Larry - 230 Foster, Rickey - 295 Fout, Renee- 295 Franklin, Donna - 273 Franklin, Wayne - 252, 119 171 Fread, Sheryl - 273 Freeman, Beverly - 295, 1 Freeman, Carolyn - 230 Freeman, Donnie - 295 Freeman, Harlese - 230, 181 Freeman, Richard - 252 Freeman, Ronnie - 295 Freeman, Ronnie - 295 Freeman FRENCH , Royce CLUB - 141 Frick, Ricky - 273 Fritts, Darla - 252 Fritts, Linda - 273, 106 Fritz, Carol - 113 Fritz, Jeanette - 295 Frost, Stacie - 295 Frost, Vanessa - 252, 50, 49 Gilbert, Alben - 274 Gilbert, Clint - 296 Giles, Kelly - 296, 62 Gill, Ivy Gilleland, Kathy - 323 Gillinger, Charles - 274, 156 Gillinger, Maxine - 296 Gills, Carolyn - 253 Gills, Denise - 162 Green, Delores - 231 Green, Doris - 231 Green, Eddie - 327 Green, Mark - 296 Green, Milton Green, Sharon - 231 Green, Sherry - 231 Greenwood, Mark - 253, 125 Greenwood, Steven - 231, Hallmark, Mike - 254 Hallum , Jimmy Ham, Sabra - 297 Hamilton, Brian - 297 Hamilton, Cathy - 274, 112 Hamilton, Franklin - 38, 41 274, 90 Hamilton, Mark - 254 Hamilton, Sherry - 254 Fuentes, Howard - 295 Fuller. Dawn - 252 Fuller, Helen - 230 Fuller, Kenny - 273 Furgerson, Susan Furguson, Connie - 230 Fuselier, Lexie - 230 Fuson, Janis - 230, 165 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - 162 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - 154 Gaines, Glen - 273 Gaines, Linda - 252 Gaitan, Mary Gallagher, Jesse - 273 Gamez, Anita Gammill, Joey - 273 Gammill, Kelli - 252 Gammon, Alton Gammon, Doug - 273 Ganzer, Russell - 274 Garcia, David - 274, 104, 109 Garcia, Dina - 295, 52 Garcia, Elizabeth Garcia, Enriqueta - 108, 106 Gingrich, Robert - 231 GIRLS CHOIRS - 144 Glasgow, Irene - 267, 322 Glasgow, James - 296 Glasgow, Robert - 274 Glidewell, Terry - 253 Glover , Glover , Glover , Paula - 274 Rube - 33, 253 Vickie - 231 Godina, Henry - 253 Godina, Yolanda - 274 Golden, James Golden, Stanley - 231 Goletto, Tony - 296 Gonzales, Diana Gonzales, Ernesto Gonzales, Richard - 231 Gonzales, Ruben Gonzalez, Cynthia Gonzalez, Lucinda - 274, 52 Goodman, Dawn - 231, 113 Goodman, Tamara - 296, 140, 144 Goolsby, James - 253 Goolsby, Johnny - 274 Goolsby, Richard Gordon, Mark - 231, 57 Gordon, Phyllis - 296 Gordon, Virginia - 274 Gorrell, Alan - 280, 38, 253 Goshorn , Teresa - 274 Gossett, Connie - 296 Gossett, Tammy - 296 137 Greenwood, Virginia - 296 Greer, Mike - 321 Greer, Phyllis - 296 Greer, Ricky - 296 Gregory, Debra - 296 Gregory, Sabrina - 253 Gresham, John - 253, 132 Gressett, Dianne - 253 Gressett, Jay - 296 Griffin, Billy - 253 Griffith, William - 73, 296 Grigsby, Mary - 166, 231. 169, 132, 168, 128 Grim, Kathy - 142, 296, 144 Grimaldo, Ernie Grimaldo, Lupe Groff, Warren - 54, 231. 169, 104 Grosek, Cheryl - 296 Grosek, Joey Gross, James - 231, 148, 138 Gross, John - 296 Grove, Kelly - 274, 142 Guajardo, Manuel - 253, 168 Guenter, Toni - 231 Guenter, Lynn - 253, 154 Guerin, Sheryl - 231, 165 Guerry, Sarah - 123, 320 Gum, Glen - 253 Gunter, Philip - 232 Guthrie, Kaye - 232 Guthrie, Stanley Hamlin. Michal - 297 Hammer, Kathy - 274 Hammitt, Cynthia - 274 Hammond, Richard Hammonds, Teresa - 254 Hampton, Lashune - 297 Hampton, Lori - 254 Hampton, Neal - 232 Hardin, Lee - 274, 152 Hardin, Loucille - 232, 152, 210 Hardy, David - 321, 93, 94 Hargis, Mark Harbro ve, Craig E. - 254 Hargrove, Dena D. - 254 Hargrove, Russell - 42, 297 Hargrove, Waylon - 42, 297, 93, 94 Harjo, Barney Harjo, Brian Harjo, Charlie - 274 Harjo, Rosalyn Harmon, Nancy - 274 Harper, Bruce - 297 Harper, Dewell - 33, 34, 232 Harper, Kelly - 297, 62 Harper, Marvin Harper, Richard - 274 Harred , Brian - 297 Harred, Julie - 274 Harris. Billy - 38, 254, 90, Garcia, Emesto - 230, 104 Garcia, Felipe - 295 Garcia, Freddie - 39, 274 Garcia, Gary - 253. 82 Garcia, Jessie - 230, 105 Garcia, Maria - 274 Garcia, Norma - 274 Gardner, Alan - 230 Garlin. Debra - 230 Garms, Leann - 273, 132 Gamer, Beverly - 253 Garner, Bruce - 295, 120 Garner, Connie - 231 arner, Nature - 274, 27 arnett, Robert - 295, 132 arrett , Laura arza, Ernesto - 296 arza, Julian - 253 Garza, Maria - 274 arza, Michael - 42, 296 arza, Raul - 296 arza, Sandra - 273, 321 Gould, Christian - 296 Gould, Michelle - 274 Graddy, Jim - 274 Graham, Sally - 296 Graham, Tony - 296 Graham, Vicki - 231, 185, 135, 114, 188, 115, 334, 118, 123, 201 Granado, Gilbert - 38 Grant, Donna - 52, 323, 44, 47 , 49 Grant, William - 231 Graves, Clifford - 296 Graves, Tina - 296 Gravette, David Gray, Anita - 274 Gray, Lisa - 296 Gutierrez, Flora - 296 Guiterrez, Johnny - 296 Guzman, Arturo - 296 Guzman, Elvia - 296 Guzman, Vuda - 274 GYMNASTICS 91 Harris, Cheryl - 274 Harris, Goodwyn - 297 Harris, Ken - 297. 72, 73, 74 Harris, Kim - 297 Harris, Kimberly T. - 232 Harris, Terry E. - 254 Harrison, Danny Gray , S andra - 296 Gray. Sonja - 296 Gray, Tina - 274 Grayson. Steve - 296 Haberman, Perry - 296 Haberkamp, Earl --322 Hackett, Jaci - 232, 136, 121, 206 Hackett, Steve - 54, 128, 129 Hackett, Teresa - 44, 48, 49 Hager, Damon - 59, 274 Hair, Timothy - 296 Halcomb, Linda - 122. 123, 321 Halecker, Marian - 274, 140 , 132 Halepaska. James - 296 Haley, Daniel - 274, 101. Greathouse, Kathy - 253 102 ebert, Regina - 274, 130 eren, Lisa - 130, 296 ERMAN CLUB - 140 ibson, Paul ibson, Vikey - 253 Green, Cindy - 253, 113 Green, Dan - 274 Green, Darrell - 296 Green, Deborah Green, Doletta - 253, 265 Haley, Patrick - 232 Hall, Brenda - 232 Hall, Cynthia - 296, 107 Hall, Doug - 296, 101, 103 Hallmark, Atyniece Harrison, Rebecca - 131, 274 Hart, Philip Hart, Roger - 156, 297 Harvey, Mike - 38, 275 Harvey, Patricia - 232 Harvey, Sienna - 322 Harwell, Bryan - 232, 85, 82 Hataway, Mark - 297 Hatheway, Barbara - 275 Hatheway, Debbie Hatheway, Donna - 297 Hatridge, Michael - 275 Hawkins, Jaime - 275 Hawkins, Norman - 254 Hawkins, Russell - 232 Hayden, Leah - 166, 112, 122, 246, 254, 334 Hayden, Lisa - 113, 122, 135, 154, 167, 262, 278, 334 Hayes, Jerry - 128, 133, 254 INDEX Hayley, Troy - 157 Head, Carol - 297 Headrick, Kurt - 128, 232 Heady, Randy - 297, 54 Hearn, Georgina - 275 Hearon, Donald - 297 Hearon, Tawni - 254 Hebert, Rickie - 254 Hebert, Mark - 275 Heisen, Tamie - 157 Heiney, Susan - 154, 297, 4 Helton, Cathy - 254 Helton, Kenneth - 254 Helton, Larry - 32, 255 Henderson, Steven - 297, 145 Hendrix, Cindy - 297 Hendrix, Paula - 250, 255 Hendrix, Tammie - 165, 232 Hengy, Carol - 232, 167, 205 Henkel, Bridget - 298 Henkel, Kathleen - 255 Henry, Coy - 298, 61 Hensley, Dana - 275 Hernandez Hensley, Doug - 132, 275 Hensley, Howard - 255 Henson, Steve - 255 Hernandez, Ciro - 298, 73 Hernandez Fred - 298, 105 Hernandez Ray - 275 Hernandez Raymond - 298 Tommy - 298. Hocutt, Mary Hoedebeck, Charles - 255 Holbrook, Hal - 255, 82 Holderman, James - 233, 255 Holland, Betty - 275 Holley, Troy - 298 Holliday, Amy - 20, 135, 255, 54, 334 Holliday, Richard - 33, 233 Holloway, Lillian - 255 Holmes, David - 133, 255, 166 Holmes, Yvonne - 275 Holt, Beverlee - 298 Holt, Chris - 275 Holt, Edward - 275, 145 Hook, Barbara - 275, 144. 142 Hook, Mary - 275 Hook, Susan - 44, 47, 169, 167 , 233 Hoover, Judy - 95 Hoover, Julie - 233, 255 HOPE CLUB - 172 Hopkins, Alicia Hopkins, Donna - 322 Hopkins, Ricky - 233 Hopkins, Susan - 117, 327 Horn, John - 275 Horn, Mark - 42, 298, 81 Horning, Greg - 171, 298, 93 Horning, Valerie - 255 87 , 88 Hernandez, Satiago - 298 Herrell. Jerry - 275 Herring, Frederick - 255 Hervey, Penny - 325 Horseley, Donald - 298 Horton, Anthony - 38, 275 Horton, Cheryl - 255 Horton, Marcus - 233, 78 Horton, Terri - 233 Hunter. Tina - 255 Hurley, Don - 298, 98 Hurley, Michael - 98, 99, 233 , 100 Hurst, Mike - 298 Hurst, Steve - 233, 78 Hurtado, Jeffrey - 38, 40, 255 Huser, Tammi - 107, 140, 108, 298 Huston, Debbie - 276 Huston, Gary - 283 Husband, Sindy Huston, Randy Hutcherson, Charles Hutchison, Jay - 298 Hutson, Debbie Hutto, Chris - 93, 298 Hux, Jerry - 38 Hyden, Kathy - 255 lngle, Edna - 298 Ingram, Benny - 42, 93, 298 Ingram, Rhonda Irwin, JoAnna - 276 Irwin, Lisa - 113, 255 Isaac, Robert - 255 Isbell, Sherry - 233 Islas, Monica - 298 Isley, Vivian - 298 Ivie, Jim - 148, 276 Ivie, Letha - 129, 255 Ivins, Cynthia - 233 Jackman, Mardi - 255, 60 Jackman, Tina Jacks, James Jackson, Alvin Jensen, Christina - 299, 144 Jenson, Shannon - 276 Jessie, Bemita Jessup, Kathy - 276 Jessup, Michael - 276 Jessup, Tom - 234, 255 Jeter, Dolly - 299 Jeter, Mitzi - 299 Jobe, David - 299 Johns, David - 234 Johnson, David - 42. 299 Johnson, Edith - 49, 276 Johnson, Ginger - 299 Johnson, James - 42, 299 Johnson, Katherine - 276, 107 Johnson, Larry Johnson, Michael Johnson, Randy Johnson, Richard - 255 Johnson, Wanda - 256 Jones, Anthony - 299 Jones, Butch - 299, 81, 93 Jones, Connie - 234 Jones, Darcey - 299, 75, 95 Jones, Donna Jones, Jacky Jones, Karen - 256, 132 Jones, Laura - 299, 131 Jones, Tom - 256 Joshua, Percy - 321 Joslin, Joyce - 322, 140 Jourden, Paul - 299 Joyner, Michael - 234 JUNIOR HISTORJANS - 138 Jurecka, Stacy - 299, 75, 76 Hickman, Connie - 298 Hickman, Ernest - 275 Hicks, Gerald - 130, 275 Hicks. Randell - 128, 130, 132. 232 Hicks, Valerie - 24, 222, 167, 232, 142, 143, 144 Higgins, Sherry - 232 High, Barbra - 52, 298 High, Jerald - 298, 142, 145 High . Kevin Hightower. Deborah - 275. 106 Hill. Barbara - 275 Hill, Gladys - 247, 326 Hill, Kay - 326 Hill, Mary - 255, 54, 55 Hill, Randall - 298, 57 Hill, Tammy - 275, 60 Hott, Freddie - 275, 90, 334 House, Billy - 255 House, Bobby - 233, 244, 64, 66 Housewright, Brian - 275 Houston, Deborah - 275 Howard, James - 42, 298, 93 Howell, Loyd - 298, 72 Howie, David - 38, 255 Huckaba, John - 298 Huckaby, Shelleny - 298 Hudgins, Deborah - 57, 298 Hudson, Darla - 298 Hudson, LaDonna - 275 Hudson, Linda - 187, 29, 95, Jackson, Danny Jackson, Donnie - 82, 255, 84 Jackson, Jamie - 298, 72 Jackson, Greg - 48, 169, 324 Jackson, Janis - 107, 276 Jackson, Kathy - 209, 255 Jackson, Kimberly - 298, 52 Jackson, Olen - 298 Jackson, Ricky - 276 Jackson, William - 232 95, 96 Hilliard, Gene - 32, 255 Hilty, Philip Hinch, Lyndon - 255 Hindman, Tamara - 116, 114, 115, 123 Hudson Sue - 334, 320, 335. 134 Hudson Terri - 255, 113 Hudson, Tobias - 93, 298 Huerta, Loretta - 142, 144 Huerta, Yolanda - 276 Huerta, Ysldro - 233 Jacobs, Douglas - 233 Jaltn, Keith - 33, 233 James, Sarah Janes, Myla - 298 Janes, Randy - 255 Jamagin, Michael - 255 Jarosh, Craig - 244, 299 Jarrard, Virgil - 54, 234, 55, Just, Walt Justus, Randy - 299, 61 Kaiser, Clifford - 299, 157 Kamenicky, Doreen - 276 , 106 Kamenicky, Steven Karns, Theresa - 299 Keane, Charles - 38, 276 Keane, Judy - 129, 276 Keatts, John - 126, 234 Keeling, Teresa - 256 Keeth, Chris - 276 Keeton, Raymond - 299 Keller, David - 276 Kelley, Katherine - 234 276 232 117. 275 Hines. Mike - 255 Hines, Ronald - 27, 33, 35, Hinkle, Carla - 315 Hinojosa, Ricky - 121, 275, 64, 69 Hinojosa, Martha - 255 Hobbs, Pamela - 157, 275 INDEX Huffman, Johnny - 2.55. 142 Huffman, Rusty Huffmaster, Cathy - 255 Huffmaster, Charles - 276, 277 Hull, Laurie - 255 Hunt, Kerry - 255, 104 Hunter, Janice - 255 Hunter, John - 210, 276 104 Jenkins, Charles - 276 Jenkins, Billy - 57, 299 Jenkins, Delayne - 142, 299. 144 Jenkins, Dell - 234, 142 Jenkins, Diana - 255, 144 Jenkins, Horace Jenkins, John, - 234 Jenkins, Lonnie - 276 Jenkins, Rhonda - 276 Jenkins, Tammy - 299, 57, 107 Jennings, Michael - 276 Kelly, Cynthia - 49, 51, Kelly, Dominic Kelly, Robert P. - 156, 256 Kelly, Sheldon Kelly, Tim Kemp, Marlene - 276, 95 Kemp, Scott - 276, 87 Kemp, Jamie - 299 Kemp, Sharon - 229, 218, 234 Kemper, Donna - 126, 234 Kemper, Leroy - 300, 81 Kennaley, Kristin - 139, 300 Kennard, Alvis Kennedy, Bruce - 61, 300 Kennedy, Kimberly - 300 Kennedy , ' Larry Kennedy, Laurie L. - 256 Kent, Julia - 132, 140 256 Kemal, Kim - 134, 256, 334 Kerr, Karen - 234 Kesterson, Roger - 276. 82. 85 KEY CLUB - 160 Key, Yvonne - 256 Khanh, Doan - 276 Kile, Tammy - 300 Kilgore, Debbie - 300 Kimbler, Roger - 256 Kimbrell, Greg - 234 Kimbrell, Gwen - 256 King, Deborah - 300 Love, King, Desselle - 52, 300. 311 King. Don - 321 King, Dudley - 145, 234. 142 King, Freddy - 276 King, Laurie - 300 King, Michael King, Robert - 325 King, Scott - 256 King, Shonda - 300 King, Teresa - 276 King, Tobi - 173, 234 Kingcaid, Linda - 95, 320, 97 Kinsel . Howard - 300 Kinsel, Virginia - 276 Kinser, Jeff - 256 Kinsey, Alan - 256 Kirby, Michael - 133, 300 Lamb, Jackie - 113, 123, 180. 201. 234 Lambert, Brian - 300, 72, 142. 145 Lambert, Connie - 131, 234 Lambert, Laura - 139, 277 Lambrecht, Sally - 300 Lamere, Anne - 277 Landrum, Laurie - 277 Landrum , Sandy Lanier, Patricia - 124, 213. 235 Lang, Sandy - 328 Lara, Danny - 256 Larson, Jerry - 256 Laurenzana, Marsha - 256 Laurenzana, Peter - 300 Lawrence, David - 27 , 256, 142, 145 Lawry, Ruth - 235 Liles, Tammy Lilley, Earl Lilley, Glen A. Limones, Jose C. - 257 Limones, Sandra - 301 Linam, Kathy J. - 165, 235 Lindsey, Celinda A. - 129, 301 Lindsey, Sherri L. - 301 Linton, Tricia - 129, 139, 301 Little, Doug - 130, 277 Livesay, Brian - 277 Livingston, Gervis - 277 Lloyd, Robert - 257 Londt, Ann - 235, 44 Long, Kerry - 301 Long, Kevin - 301 Long, William - 277 Longhofer, Lawrence - 277 Maner, Mike - 235 Mangum, Debra - 278 Manning, Luann - 301, 95 Mannon, Loretta - 236 Manson, David - 23, 33, 36. 236 Mantooth, Linda - 278 Mantooth, Theresa - 301 Manzelli, Frank - 278 Mapp, Mark - 301 Marcantel, Pat - 236 Marcantel, Romona - 278 Markholt, Cindy - 257 Marlowe, Wayne Marshall, Elizabeth - 257, 173 Marshall, Dorinda - 53, 301 Marshall, Jennifer - 278. 282, 54 Marshall, Mary - 257 Laws. Terry - 256 Lawson, Alice - 300 Lawson, Brenda - 256 Lawson, Carole - 300, 57, 58 Lawson, Scott Laye, Richard - 235 Layne, Carrie - 165, 235 Layne . 256 , Marilyn - 113, 122, 262 Lopez, Guadalupe - 301 Lopez, James - 301 Lopez , Jon - 235 Lopez, Katy - 75, 301 Lopez, Paul - 38, 277, 266 Lopez, Raymond - 277 l.ooper, Peggy - 320 Loudermilk, Cathy - 301 Earl - 157 Kirby, Tracy - 300 Kirby, Eric - 38, 256 Kirkland, Keith - 256 Kirschner, Nancy - 326 Kitchens, Jan Kizzia, Joel Klempin, Keith - 256 Klempin, Michelle - 276, 95 Knapp, Ralph - 321 Knaust, Stanley - 300 Knight, Philip - 169, 234. 236 Kohut, Melinda - 24 Kohut, Melissa tLisaJ - 276 Kollman, Lori Kopilec, Kenneth - 300 Krape, Josette Kretzmeier, Wayne - 134, 135, 256, 334 Kruckner, Sharon - 276 Krueger. Jill - 234 Krueger, Mark - 276 Kubica, Karen - 276 Kuhn, Anthony Kuhn, Joseph Kuhn, Tony - 277 Kunkle, Stan - 157, 161, 323 Kunstadt, Geri - 324 Lackey, Janie - 234 Laden, Barbara - 49, 277 adewig, Lane - 327 dusau, Tom - 321, 82, 86 aired, Deborah - 256 Layton, Cynthia - 235 Layton, Debbie - 122, 137, 256 Leadabrand, Beth - 142, 143, 169. 247. 256 Leath, Kenneth Leboeuf, Jay - 256 Ledbetter, John - 42, 300 Ledbetter, Wesley - 256 Leds, Imelda Lee, Robert - 300 Lee, Sandra - 256 Lee, Stanley - 42, 300 Leffel, Dorsey - 256 Leffel, Rodney - 256, 142. 145 Leibensberger, Jean - 122, 169, 54, 106, 155, 256, 56 Leis, Imelda - 277 Lemarr, Grover - 300 Lemaster, Carol - 301 LeMaster, Deborah - 129, 277 Lemmon, Lisa - 300 Lenart, Barbara - 235 Love, Roy - 301 Loveday, Donna - 277 Lovell, Neil - 235, 78 Lowe, Gretchen - 235 Lowery, Debbie Lowery, Elizabeth - 301 Lowery, Joseph - 156, 277 Lowrie, Doris - 328 Loyd, Brenda - 301 Loyd, Sonia - 235 Lozano, John - 301 Lozano, Paula - 256 Lozano, Sergio - 42, 301 Lucas, Marilyn - 325 Martin Benny - 278, 98, 100 Martin, Charles - 236 Martin Kathy - 257 Martin Lynda - 278 Martin Mark - 236 Martin Rory - 278 Martin Sharon Martin Steve - 301 Martin Troy - 278 Martindale, Cindy - 236 Martindale, Patrica Martindale. Regina - 257, 278, 267 Martinez, Alicia - 257 Martinez, Anthony - 54 Martinez, Humberto - 236 Luck, Marti- 235, 151, 166, 168 169. 204, 205 Lojan, Adan - 301 Luj an Euanjelina - 301 Lynch. Colleen - 277 Lynch, Kevin Lynch, Kim - 277 Lyon , Harold - 235 Macevicius, Leo - 277 Macha, David - 231, 235, 166. 149. 168. 169 Lester, Charles - 163, 264, 256. 90 Lester, Rhonda - 277 Lester, Virginia - 316, 317 Lewis, David - 256 Lewis, George - 277 Lewis , Lewis . Harrell W. - 127, 235 Kent B. - 128. 133, 257 Lewis, Mark - 301 Leysath, Sally A Licone, Emiliano M. - 301 Liebe, Randy - 301 Lightfoot, Connie - 235 Lile, Edmond - 277 Macha, Tammy - 29, 257, 157, 159 Maedgen, Tanya - 257 Magby. Randy - 257. 78 Mahaffey, Kimberly - 235 Mahalik, Robert - 278, 82, 87 Mahan, Linda - 326 Malil, Nancy Maltsberger, Lauri - 257 Mammen, Joni - 278, 112 Manchen, David - 278 Maner, Brooke - 257 Maner, David - 109, 141, 257, 105 Martinez, Paul - 257 Martinez, Rita - 257, 98. 100 , 334 Martinez, Rosario Martinez, Ruben Martinez, Severiano Marvin, Mark - 69, 65 Marvin, Rickey - 236 Mashburn, Marvin - 257 Mashburn, Sherman - 278. 148 Mason, Charlotte - 301 Mason, James - 278 Mason, Suzanne - 278, 57 Massengill, Vikki - 267, 320 Massey, Mary - 236 Massingill, Carla - 236, 213. 127 Matheny, Robert - 301 Matheny, Roy - 278 Mathews, Joellen - 278 Mathies, Mignon - 278 Matlock, Greg - 257, 258 Matson, Christina - 236 Matson, Vanessa - 301 Matthews, James - 301 Matthews, Michael - 278 Maurer, Monica - 236 Maxwell, Jan - 75, 267, 323 Mayberry. Jackie - 328 Mayes, Shere - 120, 301, 57 Mayhall, Dqronda - 236. 209 , 165 INDE-X 351 Mclntire, Vicki - 279 Minton, Kenny - 258 Murry . Mizell , McPherson Mosher 352 Mayhall, Fred - 257, 82 Mayhugh, Maynard . 142 Maynard, Maynard , Maynard , Shirley - 119, 323 Connie - 278, 144, Linda - 301 Randy - 278, 157 Ronny - 236 Mayo, Ken - 278, 287 Mayo, Steven - 42, 301, 87 McKee, Delinda - 302 McKenney, Kim - 237, 243, 142, 143, 144, 180, 200. 184 McKnight, Evelyn - 302, 144 McKnight, Roberta - 237 McKune, Larayne - 302 McLaughlin, Deborah Murray , Laura Minton , Timothy - 302, 54 Mitchell, Cynthia - 258 Mitchell , John - 279 Mitchell, Meladie - 302, 75 Mitchell, Rebecca - 237 Mitchell, Tammie - 302 Mize, Rebecca - 144, 279 Shari - 213, 258 Murray, Lisa - 303, 144 Murray, Mickael Murray, Tammy - 280 Murray, Scott Murray, Vicki - 163, 325 Terri - 303 Muskopf, Howard - 303 Myres, Katrina - 280, 142, McAdams, Charles - 301, 104. 57 McLaughlin, Dennis - 237 McLaughlin, Suzan - 279 Mock, Laura - 302, 120, 62 Moncrief, Jeff- 280 McAdams, Terri - 236 McAnear, Sharron - 236, 169, 142, 144, 143, 166 McCain, Mark A. - 301 McCall, Renee - 278 McCammon, Cathy - 257 McCammon, Ralph - 301 McCarrell, Becky - 278, 116, 117, 60 McCarrell, Mike - 42, 301 McCartney, David - 38, 278 McClung, Debbie - 257 McClure, Scott - 257 McCollum, Patrick - 236, 161, 168, 169, 166 McCollum, Robert - 236, 161 McConaghie, Debra - 257, 265, 131 McConathy, James - 236 McConley, Pamela - 258 McConley, Sue - 278 McCorkle, Linda - 279 McCormick, Teresa - 258 McCoy, Angela - 297, 120, 301 , 130 McCoy, Ronald McCoy, Terry - 258, 71, 69 McCullar, Donald McCul1ar, Gloria - 279 McCul1ar, Micheal - 279, 81 McCullough, Leory - 279 McCurdy, Tracey - 258, 113 McManus, Darlene - 279 McMeans, Diane - 267, 320 McMillan, Marshall - 317 McNeice, Cindy - 279, 140 McPeters, Renee - 302 McPhearson, Sandy - 258 McPherson, Gene - 302 , Kimberly - 302 McPherson, Ricky - 237 McPherson, Shelia McVay, Barbara - 324 McVicker. Randy - 302 Meadow, Pat - 258 Meadows, Merrill - 237 Medellin, Rafael - 302 Medley, Belinda - 279, 95, Mc Daniel , Jack - 42, 301, 93 McDonald, Deborah - 237, 44 McDonald, Donna - 258, 106 McDonald, Roger - 324 McDonald, Stacy - 301, 144 McDonald, Tracy - 134, 334 97 Medlin, Ricky - 237 Meek, David Meek, J. K. - 302 Meeks Howard Meeks, Keith - 87, 42, 229 Meeks, Melissa - 223, 237, 217, 113 Merril Brian - 128 Metzger, David - 258 Mexia, Mark - 279 Mikusek. Lisa - 302 Miles, Bevan Miles, Doug - 237 Miles, Glory Miles, Lisa - 279 Miles, Selwyn - 32, 90, 91 Money, 237 Mark - 23, 27, 32, Monroe, Bill - 157. 323 Monsees, Carol - 258, 112, 142, 144 Montellano, Alfred - 280, 270 Montellano, Sophia - 27, 237, 113, 123, 179, 187 Moody, David - 237 Moody, Gregory - 302 Moore, Alice - 258, 169, 167 Moore, Annalesa - 280 Moore, Becky - 303, 62 Moore, Cheryl - 303 Moore, David - 303, 57 Moore, Dennis - 33, 246, 258, 122, 90 Moore, Melinda - 303, 130, 107 Moore, Rebecca - 302 Moore, Timothy - 19, 236, 118 , 125 Moore, Tina - 258, 164 Moore, Tony - 280 Moore, Trace Moreno, Anita - 106 Moreno, Rachel 144 Narvaez, Mauricio NAT. FORENSIC LEAGUE - 150 NAT. HONOR SOCIETY - 166 Neel, Chris - 280, 128, 132 Neel, Vince - 259 Neff. Iacquelyn - 237 Neff, Keith - 280 Nelms, Richard - 327, 152 Nelson, Brian - 78, 303 Nelson, Jerry - 322 Nelson, Mark - 150, 151 Nelson, Rebecca - 238 Nelson, Renee - 238, 165 Nelson, Robert - 280 Nelson, Roberta - 303 Nentwig, David - 280, 65, 68, 281, 64 Nentwig, Don - 66, 323, 64 Nerio, Cindy - 259 Nerio, Jesse - 238, 265 Neurath, Robert - 259, 131 Neuse, Byron - 280 Newberry, John - 239 Newland, Jeffery - 303 Newman, Cary - 259 Newton, James - 259 Nguyen, Thuy - 303 Nicholas, Robert - 38, 280, Moreno, Robert Morgensen, CBrittJ Charles - 78, 80, 87, 303 Morgensen, Tracey - 237 Morris, Robert - 237, 157 90 Nichols, Brian - 259, 173 Nichols, Shari Nickell, Ann - 162, 325 t Nickell, Teresi - 303 Milholen, Wayne - 38, 279 Milil. Nancy - 302 McDonough. Cindy - 279 McDowra, Donald - 279 McElroy, Pamela - 279 McFarland, Kamie - 258 McFarland, Keri - 120. 301, 57 McGahee, Jim - 322 McGill, Windell - 279, 170, 284, 101, 102, 103 McGinnis, Sherry - 237, 148, 112 McGlone, Melissa - 279 McGlone, Michelle - 302, Miller Arthur - 33, 237, 245 Miller Bruce Miller David - 302 Miller David - 302 Miller Debbie - 302 Miller Donald - 279 Miller Gerald - 237, 126 Miller Kathy - 279 Miller, Diana Lyn - 54, 258, 56 Miller James Miller Madeline - 237 Miller Pat - 279 Miller Michael - 258, 105 Miller, Matt - 54, 258 Miller, Randy - 258 Miller, Sandra - 279 Miller Scott - 237 Millican, Janice - 237 Millican, Pamela - 302 Milligan, Tina Morris , Morris , Robin - 280, 106 Roe - 320, 167 Morrow, Forrest - 303 Morrow, Lauri - 258 Morrow Morse , Morse , , Sherry Matthew - 303, 119 Pamala Morton. Mylinda - 258 Morton, Steven - 156, 303 Mosher. Curtis - 258, 140 , Robert - 280 Nix, Darla - 259, 167, 136, 155, 112, 122 7 Nix, Donald - 259, 166, 171, 64 NJROTC - 156 Noble, Robert Noel, Charles - 303 Noel, Lee - 280 Noland, Nora - 280 Norman, Teresa - 280 Norman, Vanessa - 303 130 McGlone, William - 279, 104 McGowin, Glen -'279 McGowin, Tabreka - 303 INDEX Minor. Shirley - 279 Minter, Johnie - 258 Moss, Kathy - 280 Mouser, Susan - 280, 142, 144 Moya, Abran - 303 MU ALPHA, THETA - 168 Mullen, William - 258 Mullins, Deborah - 237, 60 Mumma, George - 280 Munger, Stephen - 259 Murphy, Glenda - 237 Murphy. Kelley - 29, 60, 259 , 114 Murphy, Laura - 258 Murphy, Terry - 258 Norris, Arthur Norris. Dale - 303 Norris, Jo - 222, 214, 238, 169, 123, 44, 48 Norris, belean - 280, 44 Norris , Norris , Ricky - 238, 64 Robbie Northcutt, Lisa - 259 Northcutt, Ralph - 280 NUMBE R SENSE Nye, Ricky - 303, 72 O'Callaghan, Danna - 238, 128. 166, 132 O'Connor, Ricky - 280 167, O'Donnell, Dennis - 259 O'Hara, Cheryl - 303 O'Hara, Gary O'Hara, Sherry - 303, 120, 62 Okle, Dennis - 42, 303 Olage, Luis - 238 Pesina, Deanna - 52, 304 Peters, Dondi - Peters, Renee - Petty, Angela - Peysen, Jodie - Peysen , Johnny Phelps, Randy - 304 304 289, 129 304, 75, 95 - 281 281 Preston, Kevin - 42, 304 Preston, Paule - 304 Provost, Linda - 247, 324 Price, Donna - 282 Price, James - 304 Price, Kathy - 142, 123, 143, 169, 181, 144, Reyna, Anna - 54, 254, 260 Reyna, Charles - 304, 57 Reyna, Daniel - 239 Reyna, Fred - 32, 36, 214, 239, 78 Reynolds, Tammie - 304 Reynolds, Veronica Olage . Sebastian Oliver, Gregory - 303 Oliver, Dionne - 280, 130 Oliver, Jeanne - 280, 130 Oliver, Nellie - 303 Oliver, Tamra - 280 Phi, Hung - 304 Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips 62 , Billie - 304 , Carlos - 157, 281 . David - 281 , Kathy - 304, 120. Olsovsky, Carolyn - 280 Oosterbosch, Tony O'Quinn, Judy - 280 Orozco, Andrew - 259 Orozco, John - 303 Ost, Colleen - 259 Osuna, Arnaldo - 238 otts. Randy - 303, 57 Ottwell, Teresa - 303 Overland, Gregory - 280 Overland, Pamela - 259 Overland, Wayne - 280, 130 Owens, Jeffrey - 280, 153 Pace, Edward - 259 Pace, Mike - 259 Pace, Terry - 280 Page, Amy - 320 Page, John - 303, 57, 58 Page, Michael - 259 Phillips, Michael - 281 Phillips, Mike - 259 Phillips, Pat - 259, 64, 67, 69 Phillips, Roger - 304 Pier, Carol - 321 Pierce, Cynthia - 157, 304, 107 Pierce, Eula - 304 Pierce, Robert - 238 Pietens, Danny - 304 Pietens, Kathy - 259 Pike, Barry - 104, 123, 128, 132, 172, 259 Pinchera, Cara - 238 Pinchera, Leah - 259 Pingree, Glenn - 304 Pipkins, Marilyn - 144, 304, 305 238, 239 Price, Terry - 322, 145 Pritchett, Kenny Pruett, Russell - 61, 304 Puckett, Jody - 172, 133, 167, 128, 169, 216, 238 Puckett, Norma - 328 Purvis, Nathan - 327, 72, 73 Quinn, Kevin - 304, 130 Quinn, William - 259 Rabyor, Paula - 152, 282 Rainwater, Keith - 282 Ramsey, J. - 304, 101 Ramsey, Kathleen - 112, 282 Randle, John - 24, 304, 120, Rhoads, Kelly - 239 Rhodes, Joe - 282 Rhodes, Randy - 128, 132, 305 Rhoten , Kimberly Ribble , Betsy - 282 Ribble, Judy - 282 Ribble Rice , Rice , Rich , Rich , Rich , , Rocky - 32, 35, 239 Lonny - 260 Troy - 260 Debrah - 52, 305 Mike - 305 Renee - 260, 112, 122 Richards, Cheryl - 305 Richards, Claudette - 239 218 Painter, Cheryl Pallett, David - 259 Palpallatoc, Ehmanuel - 280 Parker, Gracie - 259, 119 Parker, Timothy - 303, 57 Parkman, Donna - 238 Parks, Kathryn - 259 Parks, Richard - 259 Parma, Anthony - 259, 118, Pipkins, Tonya - 95, 144, 292 Randle, Marty - 24, 114, 166, 135, 193, 197, 195, 203, 207, 239, 334 Raney, Linda - 328 Rangel, Debbie - 282, 107 Rangel, Virginia - 239 Rankin, James - 304 Rankin Ranne . , Twana - 129, 239 Kevin - 304 Raper, Risa - 150, 95, 151, 166, 169, 208, 239 Richardson, Micheline - 260 Richardson, Pamela - 239, 202 Riddle, Connie - 282, 146 Rie, Becky - 305 Rie, James - 38, 260 Riffe, David - 305 Riggs, Ginger - 260, 95 Riggs, Kimberly - 239 Riley, Clifton - 260 Riley, Philip - 260 Riley, Timothy - 61, 305 Pittman, Randall - 304 Pittmon, Gary - 323 Pitts, Jack - 304 Pizarro, Joe - 156, 281 Pleasants, Kem Pledger, Vicki - 281 Plumley, Jimmy - 281 59 Parrish, Cheryl - 280 Parrish, Gerald - 259 Parrott, Kem - 259 Pogue, Gina - 119, 259 Pohle, Cherri - 166, 169, 238 Pohle, Monica - 304 Pollei, Deborah - 113, 200, 238 Partin, Sherry - 259 Partney, Charles - 303, 87, 88 Pate, Renee - 238, 244, 163, 113 Patrick, George - 33, 259. 82 atrick, Mark - 281 Patrick, Stephen - 303, 132 Patterson, James - 238, 128, 132 earson, Rita - 303, 131 ease, Terry eavy, Terry - 303 ecikonis. Edward - 304 eiser, David - 42, 43, 304, 19, 193, 94 Pompa, Cynthia - 95, 238 Pompa, Tony - 87, 282 Ponce, Dolores - 238 Ponce, Jesse - 282 Pond , Jeff - 282 Ponder, Penny - 165, 259 Pope, Cynthia - 222, 238 Pope, Debra - 144, 142, 282 Pope, Janet - 282 Pope, Kerry - 90, 142, 259 Porter, Duane - 304 Porter, John - 38, 282 Posey, Trina - 282 Powell, Donald - 304 Power, Joe - 282 eiser , Gregg - 40, 281 eiser, Jeff- 27, 32, 38, 259, 78 enny, Nancy erico, Christine - 304 Prather, Lawanda Prather, Tina - 282 Presley, Kenneth - 304 Presley. Randall - 87, 259, 86 , 82 erry, Deborah - 52, 53, 304 erry, Paul - 259 Pressly, Gregory - 304 Preston, Briggitt - 282 Raspante, Carl Rawlinson, Charlotte - 282 Re, Michael Re, Sal Reames, Denise - 239 Reamy, Eddie Reaves, Gaylia - 239 Record, Ricki - 128, 133, 134, 168, 239, 334 Redden, Jeff - 323 Redding, Cynthia Redding, Jacques - 54, 260, 56 Redding, Kelly - 304, 105, 310 Redding, Sharon - 260 Reeder, Charles Reeves, Brenda - 304 Reeves, Cindy - 239 Reeves, Elizabeth - 304, 142, 144 Reeves, Phyllis - 260 Reger, Deborah - 304 Reilly, Michael - 239 Reinhard, David - 128, 133, 173, 260 Reininger, Donald - 260 Reiter, Sherri - 282 Remley, Darrell - 304 Remley, Virgil - 282, 304, 81 Renfro, Gary - 282 Renshaw, Doris - 153, 324 Resendez, Noe - 304 Reyes, Sammy - 282 Riley , Vickie - 305 Rinehart, Edwin - 157, 283 Rhinehart, Ray - 260 Riojas, Dianna - 305 Riojas, Molly - 260 Riojas, Vivian - 305 Ritter, Brad - 239 Rivers, Kenneth - 239 Roberson, Cathleen - 237, 165, 168 Roberson, Erma - 305 Roberson, Jimmy - 32, 37, 82, 84, 260, 164 Roberson. Linda - 260, 44, 45, 46 Roberts, Brenda - 240 Roberts, Brenda K. - 305 Roberts, James - 305 Roberts, Leigh - 224, 240 Roberts, Sharon - 240, 44, 47 Robertson. Cathy - 240, 152, 167 , 169 Robertson, Christopher - 305, 157 Robertson, Jeffrey - 260, 159, 157 Robinson, Diane - 240 Robinson, John - 260 Robinson, Kenneth - 305. 310, 109, 105 Robinson, Mark - 72, 305, 73 Robinson, Peggy - 283 Robinson, Robert - 283 Robinson, Valerie - 283, 334 Robison, David - 305 INDEX 353 Robison, John - 260 Robison, Robert - 57, 58 Rockenhaus, Melanie - 240, 166, 140, 151, 169, 152 Rodges, Lester - 305 Rodriguez, Arthur - 305 Rodriguez, Delia - 283 Rodriguez, Juan Sanders, Karla - 57, 306 Sanders, Pam - 260, 112 Sanders, Robbie - 306 Sanders, Sheri - 283, 112 Sanderson, Cindy Sandlin, Ricky - 240 Sandoval, Sammy - 260 Sandridge, David - 260 Shelley, William - 261, 157. 161 Shelton, Brad - 284, 142, 145, 187, 82, 85 Shelton, Gwen - 324 Shelton. John - 241 Shepherd, J.C. - 316 Sherman. June - 284, 112 Rodriguez, Marylane - 305 Rodriguez, Rosa - 305 Rodriguez, Santos Rodriguez, Tony - 240 Roe, Linda - 325 Rogers, Catherine - 327 Rogers, Cornelius - 283 Rogers, Deborah - 240, 127 Rogers, Debra - 240, 113 Rogers, Donnie Rogers, Helen - 260, 167. 131 Rogers, Jodie - 283 Rogers, Mark - 18, 283 Rogers, Stephen - 33, 283. 82 Rollins, Eric - 305, 57 Rollins, Ronald - 240 Rosas , Anna Rosas, Jonas - 57, 305 Ross, Leah - 260 Ross, Lisa - 283, 116, 117 Rouse, Jana - 182, 240, 203 Rowe, Deborah - 305, 101 Rowe, Phillip - 305, 133 Rowland, Glenna - 260, 112 Roycroft, Bobbie - 260 Rubealcaba, Silver - 305 Rubio , Joe Rudder, Terri - 240 Ruelas, Linda - 305 Ruff, Renee - 260 Ruiz, Raymond - 33, 260. 122, 78, 90 Ruiz, Rhonda - 260, 136, 122 Ruiz, Rosanne - 240, 114, 115 , 123 Runyan, Vernon - 305 Rush, Miekl - 283 Rush, Bill - 240 Rushfeldt, Kelly - 260, 128, 132 Russum, Donna - 283 Ruth, Ralena - 283, 147 Ruth, Rhonda Rutherford, Collette - 240 Rutledge, David - 240, 126 Ryan, Patricia Ryan, Robert - 283 Rylant. Jay - 260, 151, 132 Rylant, Kathryn - 283 Salazar, Sam Salick, Paul- 334, 260, 134. 135 Salinas, Felicia - 240 Salinas, Sylvia - 283 Sampson, Sheila Sanchez, Beatrice - 306 Sanchez, Joe - 240 Sanchez, Robert - 87, 283, 89 INDEX Sanford, Cindy - 283, 334 Sanford , Jimmy Sanford, Pat - 187, 23, 82. 82, 33, 241 Sarandis, Scott - 260, 129 Saucedo, Robert - 42, 69, 73 , 306 Sauer, Cliff - 306 Sauer, Mike - 260 Sauer, Neal - 283 Saunders, Lisa - 241, 112 Sawyer, Jeana - 283, 113. 278 Sawyer, Pat - 241 Sawyers, Michael - 69, 261, 71 Schenkler, Jan - 261, 151 Schlicher, Virginia - 241. Sherman, Sheila - 306. 62 Shoemaker, Cheryl - 241 Shook, Donald - 261, 142, 145 Shnrm, Kelly - 306, 73 Simmons, Christy - 306, 75 Simmons, Deborah - 306 Simmons, James - 324 Simmons, Kelly - 306 Simmons, Linda - 284 Simmons, Scott - 261, 104 Sims. Randy - 284 Sims. Tammy - 306 Singleton , Singleton . Michael Pat - 241 Sitton, Jim - 172, 327 Skelton, D eanna - 284 Skelton, Laura - 284 Slate, Jerry - 241, 160, 161, Snow, Sandra - 307 Snyder, Melinda - 307, 107 Solis. Delta - 8 Sollenberger, Paul - 262, 90 Sollenberger, Rebecca - 284 Sorrels, Susan Soto, Alexander - 38, 41, 284. 104 Soto, C. M. - 307 Soto. Jose - 328 Soto, Mary SPANISH CLUB - 139 Spearman, Dana - 284, 106 Spearman, Doug - 241, 82. 83 Spence, Kathy - 241 Spencer, Mitzie - 241 Spencer, Thomas - 307, 130 SPIRIT ORGANIZATION - 119 Sprague, Steven Spurgeon, Terry - 262 Staggs, Linda - 318, 282 Staggs, Susan - 75. 77, 307 Stalcup, Charles - 307 Staley, Karen - 262 Stallings, William 166. 169 Slate, Larry - 261, 157, 160, 161. 167 142, 140, 144 Schnaiderman, Connie - 306, 131 Schnaiderman, David - 249. 261 , 133 SCHOOL BOARD - 329 Schultz, Lise - 306 Schumacher. Natalie - 283, 144 SCIENCE CLUB - 152 Scoggins. Brent - 69, 283, 70 Scoggins, Rita - 283 Scott, Beatrice Scott, Lesa - 306 Scott. Kenny - 283 Scott, Robert - 283 Scott, Sheri Scovel, Steven - 261 Scovel, Tommy - 261 Scruggs, Alan Seabolt, Gary - 283 Seago, James - 32, 261 Sears, James - 283, 133 Sekula, Kathryn - 57 , 284. 95 Sellers, Laura - 107, 306 Selman, Billy - 283 Selman, Tonya - 261 Senstock, Martin - 261, 156, 128, 132, 90 Sepeda, Sandra Septer, Douglas - 156, 284, 140 Septer, Larry - 261 Sessions, Deborah Sevilla, Danny - 261 Sevilla , Maria Shanahan, Paul - 284 Shaw, Debra - 261 Shaw, Janie - 284 Shaw. Jimmy Shaw, Ronnie - 306 Shaw , Vicki - 204 Slayden, Anthony - 241 Sloan, Wayne - 38, 261, 82 Smiciklas , Smiciklas , Daniel - 306 Dennis - 157. 306 Smilie, Bruce - 284, 54 Smith, Audrey - 306 Smith. Becky - 241 Smith, Danny - 261, 69, 71 Smith, David - 306, 153 Smith, David - 306, 130 Smith, Deborah - 284 Smith, Eugene Smith, Gerald Smith, James - 284 Smith , Jea n-320 Smith, Jeff - 241 Smith. Jennifer - 284 Smith , Joe 1- 261. 142 Smith, John - 261 Smith, Kerrie - 157. 306. 107 Smith. Linda Smith, Linda - 261 Smith, Louann - 281, 113 Smith, Louis - 307 Smith . Me lissa - 284 Smith, Paul - 307, 130 Smith , Ric ky Smith, Ricky - 241, 284, 146 Smith, Sheila - 307 Smith, Sonny Smith , Ste phen - 241 Smith, Tammy - 307 Smith, Tammy Smith, Vickie - 307 Snapka, Pat - 261, 130 Snapka, Patti - 261 Snody, Rhonda - 241 Snow, Diane - 241, 135, 334 Stancil, Christopher - 241 Stanford, Dotye - 320 Stanley, Rocky - 42, 307 Stanley, Tina - 246, 262 Stanphill, Lynn - 307 Stanton, Keith - 262 Starek, Robin - 241 Stames, Dana - 307 Stames, Elaine - 241 Stames, Mark - 307 Stearns, Billy - 241 Steams, Debbie - 262 Steams, Ronald - 38 Stearns Susan 307 20 , - , 1 Stegman, Rebecca - 262 Stegman, David - 307 Stembridge, Rebecca - 241 Stephens, Cameron Stephens, Karen - 24, 262, 114. 115 Stephenson, George - 307, 152. 57 Stepherson, Dana - 262 Sterling, Melinda - 307. 144, 75 Sterling, Michael - 246, 262, 160, 161, 69 Stevage, Donna - 307 Stevens Angela - 307, 129 Stevens Greg - 284 Stevens Lilly Stevens Mike - 284, 130 Stewan Alan Stewart Debra - 307 Stewart Gaye - 307 Stewart. James - 307 Stewart, Mark - 262 Stewart, Rhonda Stinson. Jana - 50, 284, 49 Stipes, Stacie - 284, 116. 117, 121 Stith. John Stobart, Edward - 307 Stockard. Philip Stoffregen, Kelly - 307 Stone, Keith Stone, Paula - 307, 144 Stone, Robert - 285 Stone, Troy - 307, 284 Story, -Annette - 262 Story , Kevin - 285, 87 Stout. William - 262 Stovall, Kathy - 247, 321 Stowe , Tamara - 262 Stowell, Philip - 241 Stranc, Chris - 307, 130 Stranc, Jeffery - 241, 173, 128 . 132 Strickland, Tracy - 242 Stride, James Strong, Gordon - 242, 82, 83 Strong, Ion - 285 Stroup, Derrick - 307 Stuart , Pam - 307 Stubblefield, Glen - 285 STUDENT COUNCIL - 120 Sturch, Greg - 33, 242, 162, 78, 79, 81, 184 Sulliva n, Luke - 307 Summers. Wendell - 285 Thibideau, Cindy - 242, 131 Thiele, Deneta - 308 Thomas, Andrea - 242 Thomas, Carrie - 262 Thomas, David - 285 Thomas, Edna - 285, 266 Thomas, James - 285 Thomas, John - 285, 131 Thomas, Mark Thomas, Marsha - 263, 95 Thomas , P Thomas , S amela - 308 andy - 263 Thomas, Steve - 285, 54 Thomas, Tina - 308, 57 Thomas, Wanda - 263 Thomas, William - 263 Thompson, Dawn - 263, 112 Thompson, James - 308 Thompson, Kathy Thompson, Ross - 54, 145, 285 , 142 Thompson, George - 285 Thompson, Rick - 320 Thompson, Tommy - 308 Thompson, Tony - 242 Thompson, Val- 44, 263, 95 Tumer, Debbie - 242 Turner, Janice - 156, 285, 144 Turner, Phyllis - 131, 263 Turner, Teal Turner, Wilhemnia - 285 Tuscana, Barbara - 129, 308 Tuw, Deborah - 308 Tweedie, Rebecca - 285 Tyler, Anne - 49, 263, 95 Tyler, Gene - 263 Underwood , Phillip - 29, 141, 149, 172, 242, 104, 82 Underwood, Shelly - 141, 257, 263 Uselton. Lisa - 285 Usrey, Ken - 308 Ussery, Mike - 27, 120, 196 194, 121, 242 Utter, John - 242 Vail, Kathy - 243 Vail, Sherry - 263 Vail, Shirley - 285 Valentine, Joann - 263 VALHALLA - 134 Sumpter, Diana - 285 Sumrall, Sharon - 307, 131 Sutter, Janet - 285, 54 Sutton, Curtis Sweet, Rama - 262, 88 SWORD AND SHIELD - 136 Tamayo, Daniel - 73, 93 Tamayo, Linda Tapley, Joel - 308 Taylor, Becky Taylor, Billy - 262 Taylor. Chris - 308, 72 Thom, Ricky - 32, 38, 263 Thomquist, Sandra - 75, 308 Thomquist, Steve - 242 Thorson, Sonya - 112, 263 Thurman, Patricia Thurmond, Denise - 44, 46, 169, 263 Tidwell, Billy - 308 Tidwell, Charles - 156, 285 Tidwell, Jean - 242 Tittle, John - 308 Tittle, Steven - 263, 105 Toland, Bill - 242 Toland, Leslie - 44, 45, Vancamp , Vancamp , Henry - 286 James - 243 Villacci, Dale - 243 Villareal, Bobby - 139, 322 Vlnyard, Tracy - 263 Vita, Ann - 263 Vita, Susan - 308 Vitasek, Stephen - 156, 308 VOCT - 146 VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUBS OF AMERICA CVICAJ - 124 Vogel, Kraig - 286 Voisaro, Michael - 157 , 308 Voss, Kim - 308 Voung, Duc Vuong, Thi, Hien Wade, Lisa - 286 Wadley, Peggy - 322, 139, 155 Wages, Laura - 326 Waggoner, Jerry - 125 Wagner, David -'243 Wagner, Joy - 308 Wagoner, Jimmy - 286 Waldrop, Russell - 308 Walker, Jaime - 32, 243 Walker, Kimberly - 308 Wallace, Hazel - 327 Wallace, Johnny - 286 Vancamp, Jerry - 286 Vancamp, William - 308 Vance, Bryan - 208 Vance, Carmella - 243 Vance, Frank - 285 Vance, Jeffrey - 308 Van Connett, Jeff - 308 Vanderburg Doy - 243 Vandergriff, Kim - 60 Vanderpool Brenda - 308 Vanderpool Cathren - 286 Vanderpool Mark - 286 Taylor, Dale Taylor, Deborah - 285 Taylor, Denise - 308, 144, 142 Taylor. Harold - 262 Taylor, Janava - 262 Taylor, Jim O. - 262 Taylor, Joe Bob - 323 Taylor, Kathryn Taylor, Matt - 262 Taylor, Patty - 321 Taylor, Tarl - 285, 81 Taylor, Tina - 285, 116, 117 Taylor, Tresa - 242, 135, 95 , 334 Taylor, Vicki - 25, 240, 242, 106 edder, Robbie - 32, 262 ellez, Diana - 262 211, 263 Toler, Kevin - 42, 308, 93 Torres, Raul - 242 Torres , Robert Torrez, Joe - 308 Torrez, Maryann - 285 Torrez, Ray - 12, 242, 82 Towner , Annette - 263, 164 Trahan, Guy Traylor, Carla Treuathan, Alice - 285 Trigg, Aubrey - 242, 64, 65 Trimble, Liz - 157, 308, 113, 159, 107 Trimble, Marchel - 113, 285 Trobaugh, Robin - 285 Trobaugh . Rhonda - 285 Tropoloc, George - 285 VanDyke, Brenda - 286 VanDyke, Dianne - 18 VanDyke, Mark - 243 VanRiper, Beverly - 243 VanWart, Steve - 21, 286 Vardeman, Kelley - 263 Vasquez, Lisa - 286 Vaughan, Lynda - 308, 142 Vaughn, Mark - 169, 243, 167 Vavra, Almina - 263 Vavra, Donald - 308 Veigal, Heather - 263 Vela, Guadalupe Vela, Manuel - 263 Vera, Richard - 308 Wallace, Keith - 28, 243, 142, 143, 144, 145, 216 Wallace, Rene - 308 Wallace, Shane - 308 Wallace, Tammie - 308, 144 Wallace, Terry - 243 Waller, Becky - 263 Waller, Billy - 243 Wallis, Cynthia - 308 Wallis, Gregory Wallis, Tony Walls, Michael - 263 Walsh, Joe Walston, Dawn - 263 Waltman, J. J. - 286 Walton , Charlie Ward, Cheryl - 308 Ward, Christina Ward, Daniel Ward, Janice - 243 Ward, Joyce Ward, Patrick CBlairJ - 42, 308, 78, 80 Ward, Sandra - 308 Warner, Brent - 286 Warner, Matthew - 263, 128 Warren, Belinda - 286, 112 Warren, Bret - 33, 36, 243, 182 Warren, Juanita - 263 Warren, Judy - 309 ellez, Pete - 285 Temple, Florence - 328 ennell, Barbara - 262 ennison, George - 90, 32, 285 ennison, Helen - 242 epera. Janet erry, Mike - 285 efzlaff, Veronica - 308, 54 hacker, Kevin - 262, 141 Tropoloc, Marijane - 240 Troxell, Debbie - 325 Truitt, Robert - 156, 160, 161 , 263 Tubb, Debra Tubbs, lnrraine - 285 Tucker, Kathy - 285 Tucker, Lyndon - 263 Tunks, Joe - 327 Turner, Bemard Tumer, Brenda - 242 Vemon, Marshon - 286 Vemon, Susan - 286 Vemon, Terry - 243 Verver, Dana - 286 Verver, Kimberly - 263 Vest, Jim - 286 Vest. Tim - 286 Vick, Brenda - 243 Vick, Larry Vickers, Ronnie - 308 Vickroy, Conrad - 131, 308 VIKAS - 112 Villa, Martin Washam, Kari - 263 Wasserman, Becky - 309, 291 Wasserman, Gary Watson, Bobby - 243 Watson, Jimmy - 286 Watson, Machelle Watson, Sonia - 309, 144 Watts, Brian - 286 Watts, David - 309 Watts, Donald - 309 INDEX Watts. Watts, 160. Watts, Ramona - 309, 129 Robert - 286, 157. 161 Steve - 157 Wear, Karen - 326 Weathers, Martha - 243 Weaver. Jacky - 309 Weaver, Robert - 286 Weaver, Tommy - 286, 104, 59 Webb, Dennis - 235, 244, 82, 83 Webb, Amille - 263 Webb, Paula - 244, 172, 166, 173 Webb, Peggy - 247, 320 Webb, Teresa - 263 Weber, Patrick - 309 Webster, Debora Webster, Donald - 38, 40, 263 , 90 Webster. Monny - 286, 121, 90 , 92 Weddle, Kim - 309, 120, 75 Weiss, Deborah - 286 Wilson, Guy - 287 Wilson, Kimberly - 264 Wilson, Larry - 310 Wilson, Marsha - 310 Wilson, Mitchell - 310, 130 Wilson, Van - 247, 233 Wilson, Vicky - 287, 117 Wimbish, Eloise - 326 Work, Jeffery - 72,311 Works, Peter - 264 Works, Robin - 131, 311 Wosnig, Jeff Wosnig, Laurie - 287 Wray, Rhonda - 287, 133 White, Diann - 264, 150, 151 White, Kathy White, Peggy - 309 White, Phillip 244 White, Phyllis 286 270 131 White, Robbie - 286 White, Robert - 244 White, Sherre - 309 128 129 White, Steven 264, 156 160, 161, 59, 63 Whitley. Taryn - 309, 75 Whitlock, Thomas - 286 Whitson, Cynthia - 309. 287 Whittington, Thelma - 244 Whitworth, Mike - 38, 309 Wicks, Daryl - 244, 168, 219 Wicks, Gerald - 287 Wicks, Terry - 244 Wilcox, Tommy - 244, 149. 78, 79 Wilkie, Thomas - 264 Windham, Cindy - 75, 310. 96, 291, 42 Wing, Kevin - 310 Winkle, Lora - 287 Winn, Jerry - 315, 198, 199 Winnett, Vickie - 245, 165 Winters, Michael - 310 Winters, Sheryl - 142, 264, 144 Wise, Ronnie - 287 Withrow, Donna Witt, Cynthia - 245 Witt, Don - 190, 32, 37, 287, 266, 121, 82 Witt, Karlene - 264 Witt, Mark - 310 Wohlers, Bruce - 310 Welch, Charles - 309, 61 Wilkinson, Charles - 157, Woleve r, Kevin - 73, 310, Wright, Bob - 323 Wright, Donna - 245, 113 Wright, Mike - 287 Wright, Tonya Wright, Vanessa Wyatt, Chris - 311, 130 Wyatt, Jim - 311 Wyche, Ben - 264 wyehe, Bud - 264, 81 Wyche III, Everett Wyman, Paula - 324 Yarbrough, Kathryne - 287 Yarbrough, Merrily - 311. 57 Ybarra, Annette - 311 Ybarra, E. A. Ybarra, Frank - 245, 157, 158, 217 Ybarra, Gina - 287 Yeager, Billy Yeager, Bradley - 157, 311 Yerger, Karen - 322, 154 Young, Cathy - 245, 142. 143, 144 Young, Clarence Young, Frances - 326 Young, Janet - 113 Young, Jill - 287 Young, Johnny - 287, 129 Young, Julius - 311 Young. Stanley - 287 Young, Walter - 311 YOUTH AGAINST DYSTROPHY Zabojnik, Jimmy Zavala, Gilbert - 287 Zeller, Bill- 311, 54 287 Welch' Dam ' 33' 263 Wilkinson, Gina - 322, 149 302 Welch, Douglas Wiuaford, Steven - 264, 90 Wolever, Susan - 264 Welch, Yvonne - 328 williams Becky - 310 107 Wolfe, Kim - 264 Welker, Jewona - 244 I I ' ' Wood, Dan - 287, 105 Wells, Don - 244 Williams, Blake - 310, 133 Wood' Kimlan - 245 weus, Edward - 309, 131 Williams' Brian ' 310 wood, Sammy A 42, 311 Wells, Kem - 309 Williams, Christy - 244 wood, Sheri - 264 Werner, Patrice - 286 Williams' Connie ' 287 Woodall, George - 264 Werner, Rebecca - 309 Williams' D316 ' 222' 82' Woodall, Jeff - 72, 311, 312, Werner, Scott - 309 244' 173' 105 74 west, Billy - 42, 263 Williams' Dana ' 75' 310 Woodall, Kevin - 287 West' David - 309, 93 Williams, Jackie - 264, 132 Woodard' Melynda - 245, west, Greg - 266 Williams- Julia - 310 167, 112, 169 West, Jennifer - 263 Williams. Kelly ' 310 Woodard, Steven - 287 West, Kenneth - 309 Williams. Lora ' 310 Woods, Donna - 95, 97, 287 west, Lynda - 244, 136 Williams. PONY - 287 Woods, Rhonda - 264 West, pamela - 264 Williams, Randy - 264 Woodson, Melba - 319 West, Sherry - 286 Williams' Rex - 61, 310 Woodward, Robin - 264 West, Teddy - 264 Williams. RObil1 - 237 Woodward, Sandra - 264 west, Timmy - 42, 309 Williams. Sandra - 244 wddtey, Linda - 287 Whatley, James - 286 Willis, Ricky - 87, 287 Woolsey, Victor - 264 Wheat, Karylene - 309, 212 Wilson, Brooks - 310 Wooten, Melisa - 54, 264, Wheat, Patsy Wilson, Chris 155, 170 Whitaker, Susan - 264 Wilson, Gayle - 245 Wooten, Rhonda - 311, 154, White, Danny Wilson, Douglas 170, 54 7 ,fi ff ,f. j, .If A I 1 f 6 1 , .1 My I wir' 9 I ln Memory Steve Brenner's death in March was a loss to many Nimitz students He was killed in a car accident while returning home from work. 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