Nocona High School - Chief Yearbook (Nocona, TX)

 - Class of 1968

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NOCONA HIGH SCHOOL Nocona, Texas ' 1968 ,V Seeking Greatness . Four years are spent in high school. During these years a student sets his goals for life and begins working toward them. Through varied opportunities students at Nocona I-IighSchool are encouraged to find their most outstandinguqual- ities and develop them. Not only does the in- dividual benefit from his attempts but the stand- ards of the entire student body are raised by each worthwhile' contribution. Nocona High School's quality depends on the efforts of the individual. The multiple of these single efforts makes NI-IS great. It is our purpose on the following pages to show these individuals and groups "seeking greatness" for themselves and for Nocona High School as a whole. Table 0 Contents Activities . . Classes . . . . . Organizations . . . Sports ...... Favorites . . NN UAL TAF F , ... M,,Jk,55 Jimmy, ,...v, ,, Ut. , . . K ,,,, 6 'A ' A it 9 9 SEATED from left: Patsy Widlake, Barbara Sawyer, Mike Milbum, Gloria Foster, Dell Stine, Hal Wallis, Betsy Keller, Cathy Fenoglio, and Cheiyl Thomas. STANDING: Mrs. Sharp, Sponsor. Editor ........... . . . Cheryl Thomas Business Manager . . . . . Mike Milburn Photographer .... . . . I-lal Wallis Art Editors . . , Gloria Foster Betsy Keller The 1968 Annual Staff presents to you our finished pride and joy--The 1968 CHIEF, We have tried to catch glimpses here and there of the past year, so that in the years to come the activities of our 1968 school year will not dim and will not fade from memory. The theme of our annual this year is SEEKING GREATNESS, If you take an interest in reading each page, you will see that we have used words and pictures throughout the book to project our theme. And now we invite you to enjoy reminiscing through the pages that follow. 3 FRONT MDW: Dr. H.B. Wallis, Presidentg Raymond Henley, Secretaryg Hubert Sunderland, Vice Presidentg Barbara Major, BACK ROW: Ray Shields, David Waldrip, and Superintendent Delton Stilley. NOT PICTURED: Phil Howard. BOARD OF ED U CA TI 0 The smooth operation of our school is the responsibility of our school board whom We owe an unlimited measure of gratitude. Although We often do not realize that they are Working quietly "behind the scenes," our Board is at the head of the administrative functions of N.l-LS, Knowledge and Authority - Syrnbols of Greatness f fxp ADMIN! THA T10 MARVIN C, FRANK High School Principal RUE AGEE Secretary to the Principal Z lil! ' lun DELTON STILLEY Superintendent of Schools RUTH HA MILTON Secretary to the Superintendent in:-as-uf--+ on N ,. ,,,. ,Q ....,.,,.....i. i 5 f , A.. V iz. , . v 1 L .i - 7 , nf" - , ,Q ..,, 1 , . X pt :lf Y-, W, ,i 'Q.,,,7-Q'k.7B'9 l Q - .1 S-1 I , Q34 If I ACTIVITIES I! gi 41.5 r a 3 x 3 ... . 9 S I :,, 1 se 3 f f 1 wa, " AUBREY MITCHELL Librarian The library is the busiest place in the school. If you don't believe it, just ask Mrs. Mitchell. 8 'l SEARCHI G - - - Office Assistants MRS. AGEE is assisted in the office by Diane Terry, Cathy Fenoglio, Betty Williamson, ,T ack McGaughey, .Tachyllis Webb, Amy Fitts and Janie Hoelm. SHIRLEY IJOWRIE Study Hall 'fr Library mv' Counselor IRENE HAWTHORNE This is Mrs. Hawthorne's first year as counselor at N.H.S, She gives tests to students in all four grades throughout the year. She also helps students choose courses that will prepare them for their future education and aids students in selecting a college that will best meet their needs. Science if f-1 ' v- - BILL CRABTREE Phys ical Science Biology Chemistry Physics s 2 A Quest for Knowledge Future scientists? David Hamilton, John Womble, Lynn Roberts and David Sharp. Math X . "Mine doesn't look like Mr. Schoppa's." MELVIN HARRISON CORINNE BELL Am. History World History Boys P.E., Gov., World Geog. Head Coach Texas Histo RAYMOND SCHOPPA .TIM ROGERS Algebra I, II Related Math Geometry Coach Trigonometry H LS to ry ly Gary O'Neal, Shirley Roberts, and Amy Pitts agree that this is a gg, wide, wonderful world. 9 PUR UI G RAYMOND SECH Band and Choir Choir Band The Nocona High School Band, directed by Raymond Sech, sits in concert formation. More Than just A Learning Process W ...xx have BILLIE YEAGER Girls P,E, Coach "Boy! It's a long way around that track," say Diane Duckworth, Paula Admire Melinda Minor, Libby Fenolio, and Martha Thompson. Physical Education .TOHN HULSE English I Boys P.E. "If we keep doing this, will we have muscles like Pop-Eye?" Coach 11 K, at Shelley Sunderland uses a candle to demon- strate breathing exercises. EVALYN SHARP English I, II Annual AI La clase de SSPQIIOI habla de las pinatas, PROBI G Speech THELMA DUNAWAY English III, IV Speech English Freshman students examine some of the supplemen- tary materials used in English classes. , ,, l45,,,,Q l 12 S Spanish LUCILE KELLER Spanish I, II The Doors o Learning Are Never Closed Agriculture GLENN FERGUSON Agriculture I, II, IH MAURJNE JOHNSON Shorthand Typing I, II Bookkeeping Home- making A -'i Several of the Agriculture boys display sam ples of the grasses they have studied. Business Education The 5th period typing class actually looks like it's busy. Rhonda has doubts whether her dress will ever look like Mrs. Thompsorfs. ,J-1 1 g 4 MARTHA THOMPSON Homemaking I, II, III Q ,,.:a..: U. H- .. ge, - ,Q C gg' W +4 3 c 1 f v mark K eff , K r ' 3, ff in i t 1 552 93' 15 : i .Qi H ,I ' T 3 ,l U .,,k ' , X we at gp t i I-:zzz -.... 3 The responsibility of preparing lunches in our cafeteria belongs to these two ladies, Mrs. Charles Milbum and Mrs. Walt Simpkins. Auxiliar Personnel Transporting students of Nocona High School is the responsiblity of these bus drivers: Gene May, ,Tack Durham, Horace Priddy, Roy Hurley, and Leonard May. ww-wwmwwmmmrwmmmnwm if . mf-m...w,.-,.......,.......-,..... ,--f f ' ' ff ' ' 'W M 'cj I xr. nrw- ,,,, g,..,.. , , 5 , rem, ,, .. V , ,,jm ,.?,mf, A Mr. Atkins, more than anyone else, holds the keys to our school. 14 Pep Rallies Who really enjoys the greatness of football games, pep rallies, basketball gamesg the partici- pant or the spectator? The majorettes play an essen- tial part in each pep rally. Their routines provide color and enter- tainment to each pep rally. CUNY I-HBH Coach Harrison explains to the student body that the success of a football game and of life is in the hands of its participants. Great Fun! Mr. Frank exemplifies Nocona High Spirit! Our cheerleaders know the limit of participation. We sometimes take for granted the many hours they put in to cheer our team on and to lead our student body in each pep rally. 15 Christmas CLI .H.S. Personal pictures of the ,Tunior Class extended"Seasons Greet- T ings" to all and won first place. Q W f 1: .. 3: ll. Winning second place, the Student Council door conveyed the need for "Peace on Earth." fi Y. s fr ,ig he 'L at T rs The Mu Alpha Theta combined their ingenuous skills and featured a window box with a re- volving Santa on a sleigh. They captured third place honors. ,KA N ll' mfg N63 Rxv 1' f V vmxiiii td' I V 'ww Q 1 2 , 2 X1 K A -,X , I, MU CELLANEO US Z Z Z z z z Crazy Hat Day 1 Z rf' Freshman Orientation Achievement Tests?? 17 Jimmy Nix and Mark Thomas seem to be having a "swinging" time with their dress - alikes, Jackie Yarbro and Martha Thompson, Holly McCall and Diane Terry gallantly open the doors for Gary Sledge and Randy Duckworth. DRESS - ALIKE DA Y Gayle Richardson seems glum about having to carry Ricky Martin's books. The horses that Ronnie Hill and Rickey Yeargin are on need a little encouragement from Debbie Sharp and Barbara Saw- yer. mi 18 Mike Leaf and Bobby Rainbolt seem well satisfied with the services rendered by Janet Rus- sell and Darlene Molsbee. It looks like Libby Fenoglio and Donna Davis are having a hard time pushing their look-alikes, David Sharp and Warren Sawyer. Julia Medlen, Diane Duckworth, J an Sims,J an Thomas, ,T o Ann Spivy, Hope Stilwell, Gary O'Neal, Carroll Ful- ler, James Morris, and Larry Lemons proudly display their matching shirts and dresses. T WIRP WEEK The Student Council arranged traditional Twirp Week activ- ities for the week to add a little spice to the school year. This year the coronation of the Valentine Sweetheart and Beau was held on Monday, allowing them to reign through- out the week. Other activities inc1uded:Dress-Up Day, Color Day, and Dress-Alike Day. Roy Pitts and Lonnie Diehl tell dress-alikes Karen Nunneley and Marcia Atkins to "give it a whirl." Joe A. Staley's and Kyle Kilcrease's hopes soar sky- high at the thought of Cindy Curlin and Debra Chapman paying for the dates. . ., ,. - ,. 25555 , 'pg , . W S, srssr .T mkaaa-n-ariaiiffisimfwsiirii ir'illmi?fM5Lf. g.."531'fTi'1'.:f?: In District competition: .Timmy Walker placed third in Imformative Speaking, and Jane Thomason placed third in Persuasive Speaking. Second-place winners were J' oan Tompkins, Informative Speakingg and Cindy Curlin and Karen Fuller, Spelling. Gloria Foster, Mike Milburn, and Scott Bell made up the One-Act Play cast. Gloria placed on the All-Star cast. PERENNIAL WINNER Other contestants in the UIL District Literary Meet were: First Row Qfrom leftj, John Womble, Slide Rule, Leta n , Sawyer and Becky Taylor, Type- writing. Second Row, Mike Ussery, Slide mile, Hal Wallis, Slide Rule and Scienceg Farrell Ward, Scienceg and Neal Meeks, Number Sense. i st.i . " M ..,c,,,. All of these students qualified to compete in the Regional Meet at Denton. This is the largest group we have ever sent to the Regional Contest. First Row: I ack McGaughey, lst--Persuasive Speaking, Barbara Barr and Karen Nunneley, lst--Girl's Debateg Glenna Fenoglio, Debbie Sharp, Mike Milburn, and Ronnie Hill, lst--Girls' and Boys' Poetry and Proseg Second Row: Cathy Fenoglio--2nd and Holly McCall--lst, Typewritingg Susan Cardwell-- 2nd and Patsy Widlake--lst, Shorthandg Mike Ussery--lst--Debate and 2nd--Scienceg and Hall Wallis, Debate-- lst and Number Sense--lst. For the sixth straight year, Nocona won the District Literary Meet and regained possession of the Spring Trophy. The team compiled a total of 199 Points, Jacksboro placing second with 69. This is a tribute to the ability of the students and faculty because of this great scoring advantage. Nocona also sent Holly McCall and Susan Cardwell to the State Literary Meet. U.l.L. GREA TS! BA QUET STUDENT COUNCIL BASKETBALL JUNIOR- SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB GREA T MOMENTS REMEMBER FFA This year's award winners from left: David Fenoglio, Public Speakingg Steve Uselton, Star Chapter and Soil 85 Water Conservationg Steve Kirby, Livestock Farmingg Gary Howard, DeKa1bg John Bowerman, Farm Machanicsg Robert Whitecotton, Greenhandg Randy Nobile, Crop Productiong Ric Martin, Farm and Home Electrification. QQ' ' 1 , W. .,,.., ,- 54,6 3 gy . I , , it J sex 513. 9' , ,- if Q 'Qi X w,. , Fm, -,,A""""""""wWM V cuxssss 5' 11' ... CLASS OF 968 ef Tai From left, Front Row: Shirley Walser, Martha Winingham, Leta Sawyer, Starla Hill, Patsy Widlake, Cheryl Thomas, Sandra Dennis, Karen Fuller, Becky Taylor, Jan Towery, Janie Hoehn. Second Row: Betsy Keller, J eanene Bowles, Gloria Foster, Melita Pierce, Betty Williamson, Radene Craddock, Virginia Davis, Mary Adkins, Iachyllis Webb, Jan Nobile, Shirley Vineyard. Third Row: Roger Womack, Carl Russell, Jimmy Nix, Hal Wallis, Warren Sawyer, Richard Graves, Mike Leaf, Dale Coffman, Mike Milburn, Jimmy Guinn, Larry Sledge. Fourth Row: James Bishop, Gary Sledge, Mike Buck, Mike Ussery, O.M. Molsbee, Gary Howard, Steve Uselton, Ron Hudson, Ronnie Stewart, and Kent Clatyon. BACCALAUREA TE SERVICE Processional: "Largo" Handel Gloria Foster Invocation Rev. Ronald Fox Pastor of Bethel Baptist Church "How Great Thou Art" Stewart K. I-line Patsy Widlake Scripture Rev. Roy Sanders Pastor of Central Christian Church Sermon Rev. J'.W. Hutchins Pastor of First Baptist Church Benediction Minister James Wilbanks Minister of Church of Christ Recessional: "Community March" Otto Pfferkorn Leta Sawyer 24 COMMENCEMENT Processional: "War March of The Priests" Mendelssohn Patsy Widlake Invocation I-Ial Wallis Salutatory Mike Milburn "Deep Purple" Peter De Rose Gloria Foster Valedictory Michael Ussery Awards Marvin Frank Principal of Nocona High School Presentation of Class of 1968- Delton Stilley, Superintendent of Nocona Schools Presentation of Diplomas - Delton Stilleyg Dr. I-I. B. Wallis, President of School Board School Song Benediction Cheryl Thomas Recessional: "Tannhauser March" Robert Wagner Barbara Barr SENIOR OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary- Treasurer Parliamentarian ' was Gary Howard Karen Fuller Gloria Foster Kent Clayton E y t t first an amateur. EMER SON' ,rff "2 ENIOR MARY ELIZABETH ADKINS FI-IA 2,3p Band 1,2,3,4g Choir. "Soloist" . . . . buzzes around in a little black bug. J' AMES STEVE BISHOP FFA 1,2,3,4, "Bish" . . . . famous forger . . . . a voice like James Stewart . . . . heading for Phoenix. BARBARA ,TEANENE BOWLES FHA 1,2,3. Aunt Jemima .... pals around in a pickup .... witty disposition. MICHAEL THOMAS BUCK Basketball lg Track 4g Science Club 2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Thursday Lit. Club Scholarship. "Pretty hair" .... Le roy .... sprinter .... UTA. LEONARD KENT CLAYTON Band 1,2,3,4g Class Parliamentarian 45 Fan Fare Group 4. "Clark Kent" . . . . quiet handsome . . . . F Troop. EDGAR DALE COFFMAN Track 1,2,3,4g FFA lg Football 4g Greenhand President. "Bolo" . . . . office girl . . . . No Suh! . . . . Friendly . . . . 81. NONA RADENE CRADDOCK FHA 1,2,3g Basketball 37 Volleyball 3, "Dene" . . . . natural blonde? . . . . Ain't married life Great? VIRGHNIIA HELEN DAVIS Future Nurses 2,3,4, Vice Pres, 3, Sec. 43 Library Club 3g FHA l,2,3g Class Parliamentarian 15 Science Club 2,3,4g Office assistant 3. "Ginger" . . shorthand whiz .... prospects in Pennsylvania o '68 SANDRA KAY DENNIS FHA 1,2,3, Treas. 4, Delegate to State Meeting 45 Library Club 2,3, Rep. 45 Science Club 2,3,45 Arrowhead 4. "Kay" .... hand- me-down Falcon, handy homemaker .... Outstanding Librarian. GLORIA SUE FOSTER Band 1,2,35 FHA 1,2,3,4, Songleader 2,3,45 Science Club 2,3,45 Bctemp. Speaking 15 One-Act Play 2,3,4, All-Star Cast 3,45 Library Club 2,3,4, Historian 3, Corresp. Sec. 45 Arrowhead 1,3,4, Art Editor 3,45 Class Sec. 35 Class Sec.-Treas. 45 Annual Staff 45 Varsity Basketball Manager 45 Senior Playg FFA Sweetheart 4. "G- L-O-R- I-A" .... Johnny Poo .... dramatic. KAREN DIANN FULLER Basketball 1,2,45 Tennis 25 Volleyball 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Freshman Representative 1, Treas. 2, Pres, 4, Sweetheart 2, Sweetheart Nominee 4, Majorette 1,2,3, Head Majorette 45 FHA 3,4, Parliamentarian 35 Science Club 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Library Club 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Class Favorite 1, Nominee 2,3,45 Class Vice Pres. 4, Treas. 35 Senior Playg Friendliest 45 UIL Spelling 3,4. ' ' Blump" .... Toby .... Mouth .... Victro la. RICHARD DON GRAVES Band 1,2,3,45 FFA 1,35 Choir 1. "Gravy" .... matrimony in mind .... Shirley. JAMES IDWLAND GUINN Football 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 FFA 3, Sec. 45 Class Vice Pres. 25 Student Council 3,45 Golf 1,2,35 Senior Play5 Science Club 2,3. "Jute" ,... Trig whiz .... Mr. Midnight .... Sarcastic'?'? NEVER. STARLA FAYE HILL Polytechnic High School 1,2,35 LETI 2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Poly Rodeo Club 2,3,4. "Spoo" .... Poly import .... mini fashions. ,TANIE LEANN HOEHN FHA 1,2,3,45 Office Assistant 45 Library Club 45 Basketball 45 Future Nurses 2,35 Girls Track 3,4. "Butch" .... talkative .... out-of-town boys .... lengthy correspondence. GARY EDDIE HOWARD Basketball 2,3,4, Honorable Mention All-District 45 Track 2,3, Regional Track Meet 45 Baseball 2,3,45 FFA 1, Sec. 2, Lone Star Farmer 3, Treas. 45 Science Club 2,3,45 Library Club 45 Class Pres. 45 Texas Boys' State 35 UIL Extemp. Speaking 15 Persuasive Speaking 2,35 Arrowhead 45 Most Athletic 4. A "Herd" .... dependable .... jumps up, up, and away, . . . . Lana .... 33. IUN 'fi' E IOR SIDNEY RONALD HUDSON FFA 3,45 Track 45 Baseball 45 Best Looking 45 Lancaster Senior High lg Castleberry Fort Worth 25 Lompoc Senior High 3. "Honest Ron' ' .... Freshmen favorite .... Good- looking . . . . " puff." REESE .IAMES .IONES Tennis 1,2, District Winner 1,2. "Tennis bum" .... Betty .... steady dater .... CCI C. BETSY ANN KELLER Basketball 1,2,3,4, Honorable Mention 2, All-District 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Band lg Class Favorite 45 Valentine Sweet- heart Nominee 45 Arrowhead Staff 25 Senior Playg Future Nurses 1,2,3, Pres. 35 Science Club 1,2,3,45 FHA 4, Pres. 45 Library Club 2,3,4, Vice.Pres. 45 Most Athletic 4. "Bets" .... clever, blushing blonde .... Goose .... Betsy Crocker. REBECCA JAN KISER NOBILE Tennis 1,2,35 Class Favorite Nominee 1,2,35 FHA 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 15 Library Club 4. "Mama mia" .... purple feet .... three day school week. LARRY MICHAEL LEAF FFA 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,45 Basketball 1. 1 "He'd rather fight than switch .... perfect attendance record .... Janet. CHARLES MICHAEL MILBURN Band 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 3, Business Manager 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Library Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Science Club 25 Student Council 3, Pres. 45 Class Vice Pres. 35 Class Favorite 35 UIL Poetry l,2,3,45 UIL One-Act Play 1,3,45 Best Actor 35 Most Likely to Succeed 45 Salutatorian. "Alfie" .... "The Brute" .... Hitler .... Mr. President. O.M. MOLSBEE III FFA 1,2,3,45 Baseball 3,45 Football 45 Track 4. "Mallard" . . . . "keys to success" . . . . Cindy . . . . 63. JIMMY RAY NIX FFA 1,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3g choir 2,3,4. "Jim" .... mufflers, manifolds, and mags, .... Jackie . . . . 52 '6 8 MELITA LOU PIERCE FHA 1,2,3,4g Choir 3,4. "Matilda" .... a true blonde .... Bookkeeping brain .... career girl. CARL .TOE RUSSELL Athletics Manager 1,2,3,4g FFA 1,2,3, Reporter 4g Science Club 2,3,4g Land Judging 1,2. "Perkins" .... "Well sir, ah" .... Algebra II????? . . . . half a blanket. LETA ANN SAWYER FHA 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3,4g Choir 15 Band Librarian's As- sistant 3, Librarian 4. "Out-of-town boys" .... carts the crew .... quiet and cute. ROGER WARREN SAWYER Band 1,2,3,4. "BuZ" .... dry wit .... Donna .... blue bomb .... ETSU. GARY BERT SLEDGE Football 1,2,3, Honorable Mention All-District 45 Basket- ball 1,2,3, Honorable Mention All-District 45 Tennis 33 Track l,2,3g FFA 1,2,3,4g Greenhand Vice Pres. lg Senior Play: Class Favorite Nominee 4g FHA Beau Nominee 4g Valentine Beau Nominee 45 Most Athletic 4. "Hammer" .... '73 .... Holly .... "I didr1't mean it" . . . . ETSU LARRY BEN SLEDGE FFA 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3g Class Favorite 43 FHA Beau 4g Valentine Beau Nominee 4g Greenhand Treasurer lg Friendliest 4. "Shari" .... pst-pst-pst .... ball peen, .... 50 . . "Cool it." RONNIE LYNN STEWART Track 1,2,3g Football 45 FFA 2,3,4g Baseball 1,2. "Columbus" . . . . literature lover . . . . congenial ??. MARTHA REBECCA TAYLOR Tennis 1,2, District Winner 1,3g Class Favorite Nominee 45 FHA 3,43 Cheerleader 45 Basketball l,2g Band lg Foot- ball Queen Nominee 4g Valentine Sweetheart 43 Choir 3,43 UIL Typing 4. "Beck" .... How about a Love In? .... Lonnie. IMF' vf' ICS r.,M.,,, E IORS IKDSA CHERYL THOMAS Band l,2,3,4, Head Majorette 1,2,3, Drum Majorette 4, Sec. 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,4, District Title l,2,35 Class Sec. 15 Science Club 1,2,3,45 FHA l,2,35 Future Nurses 25 Office Assistant 25 Library Club 45 Student Council 2,3,4, Sec. 3, State Convention, Laredo and San Antonio 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3, Sec. 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 District Typing 25 District Prose 35 District Spelling 35 Band Sweetheart 45 Miss Nocona Runner-up 45 Annual staff 3, Editor 4, Scholarship 'for girl with highest average. "Rosa" .... "loves it" .... Hey ya'll, I got another patch .... Doer. JANIS CAROL TOWERY FHA 1,35 Choir 3,4. Polite, pretty, and petite .... .Tan .... GONE WITH THE WIND .... sweet disposition. STEVEN DALE USELTON FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4, Lone Star Farmer 3, Star Chapter Farmer 45 Track 2,35 Basketball 2,35 Football 45 Class Pres. 2,35 Student Council 45 Class Favorite Nominee 45 Science Club 2,3,45 Library Club 45 State Poultry .Tudging 152,35 Soil Judging 1,2,3,45 Senior Play5 FHA Beau Nominee. "Austin" .... "I'm Deputy Conway." .... Stevie .... 81. MICHAEL ANDREW USSERY National Honor Society 1,2,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, Sec. 45 Science Club 2,3,45 Nuclear Science Symposium-UT 45 National Math Test Highest Score 45 UT Biology SSTP 35 Mu-Five Spheres of Science 35 Regional Science Fair 2nd place 45 Slide Rule 2,3,45 Science lst place 2,3, 2nd 45 Informative Speaking 3rd 2, lst 3, 1st Reg. 3, 2nd State 35 Debate District First 4, 3rd Reg. 45 Band l,2,35 Arrowhead 2, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 45 Valedictorian5 National Merit Finalist 45 Science Award5 Outstanding Teenager Award. "Husky" .... Sweetheart of the Physics class .... brainy. SHIRLEY ANN VJNEYARD FHA l,2,35 Future Nurses 1,2, Pres. 3, Blue-eyed blonde .... Bunny .... Future Homemaker .... NTSU. HAROLD FORD WALLIS Band 1,2,3,45 Fanfare Group 3,4, Sr. Rep. 45 Jr, Usher 35 Student Council 2,3, Vice Pres. 45 National Honor So- ciety 3, Pres. 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, Vice Pres. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Photographer 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Library Club 3, Parliamentarian 45 Senior Play5 LSU 35 MU-Five Spheres of Science 35 Nuclear Science Symposium-UT 45 UIL Slide Rule 1,2,3,45 Number Sense 2,3, Regional 45 Science 2,3,45 Debate 3, Regional 45 Basketball l,2,35 Track 1,25 Golf 2,3,45 Class Favorite Nominee 2,35 Class Vice Pres. 15 "I Dare You" Award5 Math Award5 Arian Award5 Outstanding Teenager Award. "Dink" .... debatable .... LEAKY TROMBONE .... F Troop. SHIRLEY WALSER FHA 1,2,3,45 Choir 3. Reserved .... Member of the crew .... Agreeable .... Bound for St. Io. ,TACHYLLIS CAROL WEBB Basketball 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Science Club 2,3,45 Library Club 45 Arrowhead 45 Office Assistant 3,45 Class Treas, 15 Mu Alpha Theta 3, Pres. 45 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play5 D.A.R. 45 Most Likely to Succeed. "Jay-,Tackyllis .... Sweetheart of Trig Class .... energetic. '6 8 PATSY LOU WIDLAKE Band lg Head Cheerleader 2,3,4g Volleyball 45 Valentine Sweetheart Nominee 2,3,4g Library Club 2,3, Treas. 43 Student Council 1,2,3,4g National Honor Society 3, Treas. 4, Miss Nocona 4g Miss NHS 4, Science Club 2,3,4g Class Favorite Nominee 1,4, Class Favorite 2,35 UIL Short- hand lst District, 3rd Reg., Senior Playg Future Nurses lg FHA lg Annual Staff 4g Basketball 1,2,3,4, Honorable Mention 2, "I Dare'You" Award. "Lou" .... Vivacious cheerleader .... dimples Don?? BETTY EMILY WILLIAMSON FFA 1,2,3,4g Basketball 3. Good dancer .... Reece . . . . only Senior couple . . . . CCJC. MARTHA ELLEN WININGI-IAM FHA 1,25 Choir 3g Student Council 45 Counselor's As- sistant 4. "Harvard on the Hill" .. . . immaculate . good sense of humor. ROGER LELAND WOMACK FFA 1,2,3,4g Class Favorite 1, Nominee 2,3g Football 1, Choir 3,4. "Rogue" .,.. 3rd period coffee break .... DAD. X. 'i E i 5 3 if-is 2 'R X .5 2 Most Likely To Succeed: Iachyllis Webb and Mike Milburn Most Athletic: Gary Howard, Betsy Keller and Gary Sledge E IOR 3 2 ' -Q' ins- Best Looking: Ron Hudson and Becky Taylor Friendliest: Karen Fuller and Larry Sledge X, 5 'Wa E IOR HO OR VALEDI C TORIAN SALU TA TORIAN Mike Ussely Mike Milburn Seniors having a 90 or above average this year are: Seated: Iachyllis Webbg Cheryl Thomasg and Patsy Widlake. Standing: Mike Ussery, Valedictoriang Mike Milburn, Salutatoriang and Hal Wallis. deg Hal Wallis Patsy Widlake Mike Ussery Math Award "I Dare You" Award Science Award "I Dare You" Award Outstanding Teenager Award Outstanding Teenager Award A CADEMI C H O OR K.. fy Cheryl Thomas Mike Buck Sandra Dennis Scholarship for the girl with Thursday Literary Outstanding the highest average Scholarship Senior Librarian JUNIOR OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Parliamentarian Joe A. Staley Roy C. Fitts III Barbara Sawyer Mike Brown Kyle Kilcrease Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the e yes of women. BEETI-IOVEN 1 fi f L A FL Mg: ,Q off L Loyd Admire - 1 3 QQ f Z ,VVQ John Agee M- Marcia Atkins . 1A'z 1 K f.,1' 1 T Q' n i i i f .' :ku 5,7 Y v , ' K" . s ,ffl . V I sg Phil Barron V E H ' John Bowerman ' l is Mike Brown V, A o X 'iff' , L'L'X ' A " 2 2 1 yigiz.. xv ,,.. f f .. F, my , 2-... I M 4 M if ef JU IORS K5- Vicki Buck Suzan Cardw ell 'S gypfnonf 2? 1 ., :ir 'Wx : M -V 1 ,, VL Lf I Larry Cheshier .M Q- I 5, Y , f 1: K sea 2. -,-mf. 2 ' new -f i - 4 4 ,12!'n:x ,A . M f-. i . 1: Lonnie Diehl IQ' Ai" Cf,'l',n CLASS OF '6 9 Debbie Duncan Cathy Fenoglio Glenna Fenoglio Roy C. Fitts Carroll Fuller Carla Grider Lonnie Hanson QNot pictured, Charlotte Harrisj L Ronnie Hill Jim L, Keck Ted Keck Kyle Kilcrease ,f-H-H Steve Kirby Sherry Martin Eddie May Sylvia Mays Jack McGaughey Gloria McMahar1 r-'fha Y 'Q 'W' fi CNew students, Keith Kuykendall and Shirley Mayo not pictured J JU IORS has ff K ,X David McNew Darlene Molsbee Gary Morse Don Nash Karen Nunneley fi Joe A, Staley Ronnie Stewart Dell Stine ,Mew-, CLASS OF Barbara Sawyer Jerry Smith 69 Paula Phillips Sammy Prather Patti Reynolds Judy Rice Gayle Richardson Mike Robertson 'M'-N IT A X iii af, f yyyyy to 3 Y V 21" 1 Q 5, U 2 ' f - ,rl - . . ' if ,F , ,-ZW' -,"' 5 Sf dual.. V w w N I l N w i m I I Cyndie Lou Thomas Jane Thomason Sue Underwood eifio. IFN Xiu Shelley Sunderland Diane Terry JUNIOR Jimmy Walker Donna W eaver iQ! Jane Winingham Jackie Yarbro Rickey Yeargin Team Captains ,T oe Staley and Shelley Sunderland flefty admire the progress of those competing for prizes in the magazine sales frighty. ,Terry Smith was top salesman. Junior ushers at graduation exercises were Marcia, Atkins, Glenna Fenoglio, ,Tune Cook, Barbara Sawyer, Diane Terry, and Shelley Sunderland, J' ack McGaughey, Phil Barron, Roy Fitts, .T oe Staley, Rickey Yeargin, and Mike Brown. JU IOR AT WORK M ,., .a4fQ' BEFCRE AFTER Juniors created a night for "Romance in Venice," the theme for this year's banquet. 42 S OPH OM ORE OFFICERS President Wesley Morton Vice President Norman Waters Secretary Rita Carminati Treasurer Amy Fitts Parliamentarian Sherry Spivy Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination JOHN DEWEY 43 Barbara Barr i Carol Bell Jimmy Blue James Bowles Debbie Buck Steve Burnett 71? 1 fNew students, Opal Davis, Starlene Bailey, and Stephen Chapman, not picturedy S OPH OM ORE Rita Carminati Debra Chapman Bob Cook Cathy Crenshaw Cindy Curlin Lee Dean Randy Duckworth 0 8 Don Duncan Amy Fitts Rhonda Gunter 1'-w Susie Hawthorne Ricky Hudson Tommy Lamascus CLASS OF '70 Darnell Langford Kathy Long Ric Martin rw' -'47 , te?-.3 3 Leon Matthews Lonnie Matthews Holly McCall Kelley McNabb QNew students, John Green and Jackie Mayo, not pictured, J Neal Meeks Deborah Molsbee Robert Molsbee Wesley Morton Randy Nob11e Gary O'Nea1 Karen Ramsey 46 Randall Robertson Vickie Schmittou Kathy Sewell fy Ji A -g J "' as S g 4 A is Y af f Y 1 David Stilwell Billy Taylor Vicki Vaughn Debbie Sharp Debbie Smith Sherry Spivy all 5 OF 970 CLASS li 'W' ' ' Kofi iff' ,V MV' 525 V. ,. , H 4 ., , , Q' A .3 - fwbf, 'TI Q . x X N? S rr,r iiy wa lrril yrr S an V X I J ai Farrell Ward Norman Waters Cecil Webb FRESHMAN OFFICERS President Mark Thomas Vice President Martha Leonard Secretary Libby Fenoglio Treasurer Martha Thompson Parliamentarian John Womble A man's success in business todayturns uponhis power of getting people to believe he has something that they Want. GERALD STANLEY LEE FRE HME x f 1 Paula Admire Beth Allred Ted Bailey Scott Bell Sonya Bell Ricky Bishop Steve Brown Tony Carver gl ,.-3 Lim Ronnie Cheshier Wayne Cook Martha Covington Donna Davis Jimmy Diehl Diane Duckworth David Fenogho Libby Fenoglio Georgia Fowler ,111-at 50 Billy Henley John Horton Deborah Howard David Jennings y FRE HME 'UQ- Linda Jennings Terry Keck Lana Leaf Marlene Lee Marilyn Lee Larry Lemons Martha Leonard Chan Major nyr nnyy L fha . Julia Medlen Shane Milson Melinda Minor James Morris M af CLASS OF 9 1 fxzin f- in Mike McMahan Barbara Nunneley i' 'R H Tx'x 12 rrrr f 2 ','i""s ll' 1 X L xrk, Tyan " ?"2QQ'f: l 3' Jr :wif +3 A-'ff , 1-1l"'+f'if Elaine McNew Pam Prather 'R Wu.. , .wx W it xl , ,, -as avr R , f 'C ,fiiifgh f' ,..,, Img X 4117!- Nancy Nash Marcus Priddy Ai! Rickey Nelson Brenda Rainbolt ff! 'X fgjflft 1 Darlene Roberts Lynn Roberts Janet Russell Davis Samples if FRESHME Monta Sewell Cindy Skidmore AI" David Sharp Jimmy Shields Hope Stilwell Jimmy Taylor Joe Tettleton - Jan Thomas Mark Thomas CLASS OF ' 1 Martha Thompson Joan Tompkins Cindy Tow ery Rickey Vann ,t hi 1 h ev-we X, Z ,H 1' + V Lykkk kfyy KVVIVVV ,, at ff ix 55 Robert Whitecotton Belinda Wilbanks Steve Womack John Womble F15 'Ar t Great warriors, like great earthquakes, are principallyrememberedfor the mls chief they have done. 54 BOVEE WN. 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Hal Wallis lack McGaughey Vice President Treasurer Left to right: ,T oe Staley, Kyle Kilcrease, Rickey Yeargin, Holly McCall, Jimmy Guinn, Jimmy Walker, Cheryl Thomas, Mike Milburn, Diane Terry, ,T ack McGaughey, Patsy Widlake, Hal Wallis, Suzan Cardwell, Steve Uselton, Shelley Sunderland, Barbara Nunneley, Bobby Rainbolt, Martha Winingham, Rickey Hudson, ,Tune Cook, Vickie Schmittou, and Miss Dunaway Csponsorj. Fnv X5-fa COU CIL 'QQ As chaplain, Jimmy Walker prepares for his duty of giving the morning devotional, p . f One of the many tasks of the President and Vice Presi- dent is to raise and lower the flag each day. The four delegates to this year's state convention at San Antonio were Cheryl Thomas, Suzan Cardwell, J' une Cook, and ,T oe Staley, 57 GREA T ELECTIONS Candidates for the Student Council offices were as follows: From left, Chaplain: Roy Fitts, Ronnie Hill, and Phil Barrong Parliamentarian: Norman Waters, Mike Brown, and Neal Meeksg Treasurer: Barbara Sawyer, ,Timmy Walker, and Cathy Fenogliog Secretary: Debbie Sharp, Suzan Cardwell, and ,Tune Cookg President: Rickey Yeargin, ,Tack McGaughey, and ,Toe A. Staley. The 1968-69 Student Council officers are: President, ,T ack McGaugheyg Vice-President, J oe A, Staley, Secretary, Suzan Cardwell, Parliamentarian, Mike Browng and Chaplain, Phil Barron. These characters are just a few that performed in the skits of the Student Council nominees. Among the famous personages performing were Cinderella, George Wallace, Prince Charming, and Bonnie and Clyde. 58 MU ALPHA THETA 1 r 1 1 if rx, a Above: Mr. Raymond Schoppa, Sponsor: Mike Milburn, Treasurer: ,Tachyllis Webb, President: Mike Ussery, Secretary: Hal Wallis, Vice President. To be eligible for membership in the Nocona Chapter of Mu Alpha Theta students are required to have a grade average of 85 in math and a grade average of 80 in all other cours es. 4 New members: seated, Cathy I Fenoglio, Barbara Sawyer, ,Tane Thomasong standing, ,T une Cook, ,Tack McGaughey, Jimmy Walk- er, and Cheryl Thomas. 59 A T10 AL HO OR OCIETY President ..... . . . I-Ial Wallis Vice President . . . . . Mike Milburn Secretary ...... . . Cheryl Thomas Treasurer . . . Patsy Widlake Front row, left to right: Cathy Fenoglio, ,Tune Cook, Jane Thomason, Cheryl Thomas, Patsy Widlake, ,Tachyllis Webb, and Debbie Sharp. Second row: Mike Milburn, Neal Meeks, Mike Ussery, Roy C. Fitts Ill, ,Timmy Walker, ,T ack Mc- Gaughey, Hal Wallis, and Mr. Frank, sponsor. To be eligible for membership, a student must first have a grade av- erage of 85 or above. Teachers then select candidates from the sopho- more, junior, and senior classes onapercentage basis, rating the candi- dates on character, leadership, and service as well as scholarship. 60 THE ARRO WI-IEAD E Y! 5 'ina Z' 1 if-If 3?-W, :fre-f ., - 1, " . , From left: Diane Terry, Carl Russell, Jachyllis Webb, Sandra Dennis, Scott Bell, Gloria Foster, Gary Howard, Barbara Sawyer, Karen Nunneley, Ronnie Hill, and Mrs, Johnson, sponsor. Seated from left: Barbara Barr, Mike Ussery, and Suzan Cardwell. Art Editor THE ARROWHEAD, our high Gloria Foster school newspaper, publishes one issue each six weeks. It contains editorials, news of organizations and classes, and many amusing quizzes and col- ,km umns. The sponsor is Mrs. 'Q- Johnson. Editor Mike Ussery 1 CIE CE CLUB President .......... . . I-Ial Wallis Vice President ...... ...... R oy Fitts Secretary-Treasurer ..... Karen Fuller Reporter .............. Suzan Cardwell Members of the Science Club must have completed general science or be presently enrolled inbiology and have an 80 average. During the year guest speakers highlighted the club's program. The Science Club made a trip to Midwestern University to attend a Bell Telephone science program. Front row, from left: S. Cardwell, K. Fuller,R. Fitts, H. Wallis, B,J', Crabtree. Second row: H. McCall, C, Curlin, S, Spivy, M, Atkins, S. Underwood, D. Molsbee, J, Webb, Third row: J. Thomason, C, Thomas, P, Widlake, G. Foster, B. Keller, V. Davis, S. Dennis, Fourth row: R, Yeargin, J. Staley, K, Kilcrease, M. Ussery, J, Smith, J. McGaughey, Fifth row: J. Walker, NL Brown, R, Hill, M, Buck, C. Russell. Sixth row: S, Uselton, P. Barron, D. Stine, G. Howard, J, Agee, illtiii if Blttyt Bytt F C it ittsi Jachyllis Webb and Lee Dean try' to shake hands while blindfolded in the Library Club Initiation Pro- gram. Highlights of the 1967-68 Activities were the mum sales, club banquet, and programs. LIBRARY CLUB Members are: Cfirst rowj Mrs. Mitchell, Sponsor: Karen Fuller, President: Betsy Keller, Vice Presi- dent: .Tune Cook, Secreraryg Patsy Widlake, Treasurer: Gloria Foster: Sandra Dennis, CSecond rowj Marcia Atkins, Debbie Sharp, .Tan Kiser, Barbara Sawyer, Lee Dean, Cheryl Thomas, Jane Thomason, Cathy Fenoglio, Jachyllis Webb, Janie Hoehn, Amy Pitts, fThird rowj Sylvia Mays, Sherry Spivy, Shelley Sunderland, Hal Wallis, Steve Uselton, Gary Howard, Neal Meeks, Rickey Yeargin, Joe A. Staley, Mike Milburn, as FUTURE H OMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Fl-IA members enjoy many activities during the year. One of the high- lights is the annual Christmas door decoration contest, The girls have won recognition or aprize every year. Added to the beauty of their decor- ations this year Was a huge Wreath made from remnants of material left from garments which were made in class. The hom em aking girls presented their annual style show. These girls proudly model the garments that they made in homem aking, The Greek theme added to the beauty of the oc- casion, 64 .tnwfug TEHZJII-If: Qoygwllin, 0, 5:5 ' 'Ci 3 0' W . nv .I ,: 5 , a n y -Q H oav?l,I'nL6b40e D Nfw foul The FHA officers seated left to right are: Shelly Sunderland, Secretary: San- dra Dennis, Treasurer: Betsy Keller, President: June Cook, Vice President: Susan Cardwell, Second Vice President: and Libby Fenoglio, Parliamentarian. Standing are: Diane Terry, Reporter: Gloria Foster, Jane Winningham, Cindy Curlin, Paula Admire, Songleaders: and Mrs. Thompson, Sponsor. Officers seated from left: Carl Russell, Reporter: J' irnmy Guinn, Secretary: Randy Nobile, Sentinel: Gloria, Sweetheart: ,T ack McGaughey, President: Steve Uselton, Vice President: and Gary Howard, Treasurer, f'i?T"'v N. if I .Qui-fd A, p . ,g 7 , i, Q ft it ' ' 6 2 is e .. N 't ff. ,. . 1 L- - ZVL I M . ' . -it J .. Q pas " 1' Qi" N -1 v . ip -I - 4" i 5 5 I E txt . L - .L I Q ' ff t .. r I - .,,, ,1 ' V , Q gg Y- A av E . V ' if t 'ii ' t F , X I in 1 5 , , 2 5 -1? E 3 S , I gl fx , i.r 4 -1 . 2 Qi- Jul Q n ' xg 'I " ' ' f f ig '4' 1 3 I Z t": . il'-9' . . g ' "'f-'i 'gi , .swf .s- , : ' if , K jk .VZQ A - K1 ,, . f-- :.,,,., . , .r,,i.. A N H . -:rr ,,N., fs' ig - -M I A-51 . h v :iw t U. -. -1, ' , - 314 - ..t ,,., Qilig' S isi, 'Fl' v itrr 1 it ff f , as iiii wil 1 f to WL -L, i . -vrr WM- We 3 Fffl 'ili 7 xii-l' f Wggwx -sg iieei -ff5'553?1fTf-, S Qs-Lukas. V . . X - h V . , 'If' ' Lonnie Hanson, ,Tim Keck, Lonnie Diehl, John 1 Bowerman, Mike Brown, Jack McGaughey, Sammy lu... ir' ""' ' The Future Farmers of America is a club for boys interested in vocational agricul- ture. The officers must have an over- all average of 80, must be enrolled in vocational agricul- ture, or have com- pleted all agriculture courses offered in Nocona High School. Prather, David Stilwell, Steve Kirby, and Loyd Admire show the project that the agriculture boys made. in-vlluuiir -' film' 65 FUT RE URSES -gf Above: Deborah Molsbee, Kathy Sewell, Paula Phillips, Susie Hawthorne, Virginia Davis, Patti Reynolds, Sherry Martin, Barbara Barr, Shirley Roberts, Sue Underwood, Darlene Molsbee, Shirley Vineyard, Standing: Mrs. R,F, Thompson, Sponsor. PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Shirley Vineyard Sue Underwood Virginia Davis K V t ff f 3 ' Yi' rrtss Q 66 BAD ag FM Front row, left to right: Jan Sims, Sonja Bell, Jackie Yarbro, Carroll Fuller, David Jennings, Linda Jennings, Julia Medlen, and Steve Seeds. Second row: Jack McGaughey, Cindy Skidmore, Cindy Curlin, Pam Prather, Mike Robertson, Jo Ann Spivey, Sherry Spivey, Barbara Nunneley, Lee Dean, Leta Sawyer, and Hal Wallis. Third row: Susie Haw- thorne, Warren Sawyer, Hope Stilwell, Kent Clayton, Mike Milburn, David Sharp, Amy Fitts, Billy Taylor, Gary O' Neal, Debbie Smith, Judy Rice, and Mike Buck, Fourth row: Sylvia Mays, Richard Graves, George Geurin, Martha Thompson, Donna Davis, Janet Russell, Debbie Buck, Jan Thomas, Belinda Wilbanks, Joe Geurin, Marlene Lee, Darnell Langford, Jerry Smith, and Mary Adkins. Majorettes, left to right: Martha Leonard, Holly McCall, Karen Fuller, Barbara Sawyer, and Cyndie Thomas. Drum Major: Cheryl Thom as, V, J' 3 nn 1 ,Y . . ,, Q 5 me Q' XT F , - mg N Behind all GREAT bands are scenes like these. W ' . 67 Karen Fuller Head Majorette , Barbara Sawyer , G Q , wah - ' r fx Q BA DHO OR , 1 1,11 ?:ZT,37-,g,,- 1" 5 323222 A sz T .if:.. f Band members rating first divisions at the annual solo-ensemble contest were, from leftzlack McGaughey, Jan Thomas, Hal Wallis, Sonya Bell, .Terry Smith, Julia Medlen, Mike Milbum, Pam Prather, Mike Robertson, Martha Thompson, Mike Buck, Cheryl Thomas, George Geurin, Sherry Spivy, and Steve Seeds. Mike Robertson and ,Terry Smith were outstanding band members receiving half- scholarships to the SMU Band Camp. Sherry Spivy received the only full scholarship awarded. ,Tack McGaughey was named alternate recipient, BAND COUNCIL Seated from left: Leta Sawyer, Librarian, Barbara Sawyer, Reporter, Cheryl Thomas, Secretary, Karen Fuller, President, Holly Mc- Call, Treasurer. Standing: Hal Wallis, Senior Representative, Judy Rice, Librarian, Pam Prather, Freshman Representative, ,To Ann Spivey, Librarian, Amy Fitts, Sophomore Rep- resentative, and Jerry Smith, Junior Rep- resentative. Hal Wallis Arion Award M9 Leta Sawyer K f ,I .Tohn Philip Sousa Award A 9 .' L C Q, fi C .Hx 92, Patsy W1d1ake Head Cheerleader Becky Taylor June Cook Cindy Curlin Shelley Sunderland Martha Thompson CI-IEERLEADER x E e Of , G ' 5 , My fn , .V .Q ip s Q , Aw 1 A ,Wg f 6 Q' Y, " a N 05.41 , ' f is v 'S I M - 7? , ' is 5' K- I M1 A f- :rw f r f . L ff t -ff-W 1 ' -Af ' . 1, ' wa W f f 1 Q As. 7 1 , E .4 . f 2 V A 2" ,Q , 'V' ' ,A ' ' ' , f - F-H V ' QF 1 f 'M " ' 1' ' ' is Q 1 11: ,.., Q ll A I 1: wt, 6 A . ,,:,. L 3, .. w X6 1 ., Y., , I' t . ,V - - 'Q az. 3 G r ' "il ' X ', t A gig? fb ' dj v! Q 1 l ""5Pf'Lj'i! , F . -" I . 1 . . -' We W. - - , f- , -P' U' w - . s X M N 1 , p V. f 1 Z Ar X , 13155 lf 0' . 3 K V 3. ap f 'Tax W M M. . A X. 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I Q . 483342 fbi! xg an 31 2. 6 A 4. 1. 1 x A K 5 Va 3' ,ff 0 rf ,i k .S"""'Z 1,52 Q 'iw f ff , 4 A .1 K 9, R Q A ' 1 M,,,,,2 .J iff., ' fm 4+.w- '1- i 1 4 1 1 Bottom row Cleft to rightj: John Agee, Lonnie Diehl, Ronnie Hill, I im L. Keck, Mike Brovm, and Cecil Molsbee, Roy C, Pitts, Steve Uselton, Phil Barron, Rickey Yeargin, and Coach Melvin Harrison, Third Gary Sledge, Dale Coffman, David Stilwell, and Randy Duckworth. The 1967 coaching staff Cfrom left to rightj: Coach John Hulse, Coach Jirn Rogers, Head Coach Melvin Harrison, and Coach Robert Linker. . 'la W q ' 18 S 1 3 - if e f nf. K 'iii F75 H , F . .,,.. H, K v k M if Mhmmv . F .K mailgls , , f fr X f C' 52121 '54 an ,Q 4 nrki V an lux' 91 ra, 1 . - 4,1 -n z irli , f -I C ' if S 1 file ' i H f,,, kg im , M , fi I mv. 1 S' . ..., 1-,fav RU," avsni f S ' S ,,5':w, , 72 r ffgzi' .4 va uv ' 4, Hier-,afgw 51.-.Mya 9 fl A- a+ P .1 Webb. Second row: Coach John Hulse, Jimmy Walker, Norman Waters, O.M. row: Jimmy Nix, Joe A. Staley, Tommy Lamascus, Mike Leaf, David McNew, I DIZ I S The managers for the 1967 season were David Fenoglio and Carl Rus sell. Not pictured Jamie Bowles. . l sa . ..., Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right using of strength. -I-LW. Beecher 75 Gary Sledge Tackle 2 Letters Senior All-District Hon. Men. Best Lineman GREAT I DIANS M. Molsbee Guard l Letter Senior A11-District O. David Stilwell Halfback 2 Letters Sophomore Best Back Award All-District Mike Leaf Jimmy Nix Steve Uselton End Center End 1 Letter 2 Letters l Letter Senior Senior Senior Dale Coffman Halfback 2 Letters Senior - i'fiQQaiv W3 in V ., an v ij Qtr 'hw , .J A au, 'Q-fu, Randy Duckworth Ronnie Hill Mike Brown Halfback Halfback Halfback 1 Letter 3 Letters l Letter S ophom ore juni 01- Junior Headhunter Award A11-District All-District Hon. Men. Hon, Men, , 1 F .x ' J, ,:' 5 ' J.. J l 5 J ,5 Y ,u A, I 1 keg rrnr w it ,PQ 'wo - J L Roy C, Fitts III ',r. W Joe A, Staley rw:--:::t1,i1-Af "" -,J . 5 Quarterback ' J J fedr . ff 'ZH Fullback 2 Letters - XR' +1 J it 2 Letters A J r, r 1 r.rr, L .,:, H D Junior 1 LX 4 A Junior rrbe rer J 'xt' ' rrr 'eer :ago 1-'Q -- 1 1 Johnny A gee Guard Jimmy Walker Rickey Yeargin 1 Letter End End Junior 2 Letters 2 Letters All-District IL1l'1iOr Junior Fighting Heart Award ATL 43 X ' '-J . .. J .75 David McNew Tackle l Letter Junior 6 ,fx Jim L, Keck Guard 1 Letter Phil Barron Lonnie Diehl Junior Guard Halfback Most-Improved- l Letter 1 Letter Player Award Junior Junior Tom my Lamascus Guard 1 Letter Junior 1 Cecil Webb Tackle 1 Letter Sophomore OCO AI DIANS 7 '- JZ v 5- , 9 :ii 4 sw, X K 'V M erlrrr ' W' r, .j v , ,:- Q .W f ,Lg-, J1gg:ra:w:g., Norman W aters Tackle l Letter S ophom ore A WARDS , .nr V After a banquet held in their honor, the Indian team members proudly display their long-awaited jackets. Q S 1 ,K ' A M BA DIT Armani , , These are the Bandits of 1967. Front row: Joe Tettleton, Jimmy Taylor, John Horton, Ricky Nelson, Billy Henley. Second row: John Womble, Randall Robertson, Scott Bell, Mark Thomas, Ted Bailey, Shane Milson, Arthur Penaluna. Third row: Tony Carver, Farrell Ward, Steve Womack, Wayne Cook, Ricky Bishop, Jimmy Shields. xg 1 r, y i , Sv . K QQ, . -.,v H, - ' 4 aw.. . PM . H, .., B 5- T --er uw-wiivkw 7? The 1967 football season was the last year for these boys, Back row: Gary Sledge, O,M, Molsbee, Steve Uselton, and Tommy Lamascus. Front row: David Stilwell, Jimmy Nix, and Dale Coffman. '24 M BASKETBALL Kneeling from left to right: Randy Duckworth, ,T oe A. Staley, Dell Stine, ,Timmy Walker, Phil Barron, and Gary Sledge, Standing: Coach I im Rogers, Larry Sledge, Neal Meeks, Gary Howard, Roy C. Fitts III, Norman Waters, Kyle Kilcrease, and Jamie Bowles, manager. DISTRICT GAMES Home Opp. Dec. There Henrietta 83 59 Dec. Here Decatur 82 52 Jan. There Bowie 78 80 Jan. Here Jacksboro 90 64 Jan. Here Boswell 80 48 Jan. Here Bridgeport 91 64 Jan. There Jacksboro 63 55 Jan. Here Henrietta 70 44 Jan. Here Northwest 89 66 Jan. There Decatur 96 68 Feb There Boswell 61 38 Feb Here Bowie 69 48 Feb There Bridgeport 92 64 Feb There Northwest 94 58 Neal Meeks Larry Sledge Dell Stine Phil Barron Norman Waters Sophomore Senior Junior Junior Sophomore Gary Howard Roy C. Fitts III Senior Junior y All-District All-District ' Hon. Men. lst Team All-State .Toe A. Staley Jimmy Walker Kyle Kilcrease Randy Duckworth Junior Junior Junior Sophomore All-District All-District All-District All-District Hon. Men. lst Team lst Team Hon. Men. Gary Sledge Senior All-District Hon, Men. Qzf1- 1 1 --,,' ln . l Y I I From left: R. Linker, Coach: J, Bowles, Mgr.: M. McMahang D, Samples: J. Morris: L, Roberts: N, Waters: G, Morse: M, Thomas: T, Carver: J. Ramsey: S. Milson: T. Bailey, Mgr. Kneeling: B, Henley: J, Taylor: R, Nobileg N, Meeks: J. Shields: J. Tettletong J. Blue. Not to be outdone by the varsity, the B Team boys showed their skills by win ning the district tournament. "BM BASKETBALL J From left: S. Bell, Mgr.: C. Skidmore: J, Tompkins: P. Admire: C. Bell: D. Howard: R, Carminati: J. Webb: D, Duck- worth: J. Spivey: O. Davis: B, Yeager, Coach, Kneeling: M, Leonard: D, Terry: J. Yarbro: P, Reynolds: R, Gunter: J. Hoehng D, Davis. 82 Kneeling, from left to right: Martha Thompson, Libby Fenoglio, Patsy Widlake, Glenna Fenoglio, Karen Fuller, Cathy Fenoglio, and Debra Chapman. Standing, from left to right: Gloria Foster, manager: Betsy Keller: Lee Dean: Deborah Rich: Cheryl Thomas: Melinda Minorg and Billie Yeager, coach, "A 'D BASKETBALL 1 I l The four senior members of the "A" girls' basketball team proudly dis- play the first place trophy which they won at the Byers' Tournament. Al- though the girls' team did not cap- ture the district title, they finished their season with a good record. GREATDET RMI ATIO 'W Debra Chapman Lee Dean Cathy Fenoglio Glenna Fenogli Forward Guard Guard Forward Second Team All-District 52 ' rbafrmjpfwio ','!'!' Libby Fenoglio Karen Fuller Betsy Keller Melinda Minor Forward Guard Guard Forward First Team All-District Deborah Rich Cheryl Thomas Martha Thompson Patsy Widlake Guard Forward Guard Forward :!li?nf'::.,.,, '- g W Vain- Q I 1--fwfw J 'L K K W fi J - "' . . ei -- :E ' ' W HPV ,. ' ge YZ ' ' . . ' A xii 3. 'i ' ' , v fi ix 1' n V "V,-f, i G 23? " 1 i V , j' , - - e Q-5 "--' "TS "fr, ,gf-it W ' S af- "g-ff .. 214 f, ty, fi .5 ll ' K ,, M :Ii ,. . , " V 'a.., S 'Q' .. . ef? . 4 1' ' ,I ' -x . 1 fi -, - H --,V - KL ,K ' .- , , 11- sires 1-sais.. - in -1 , L 1 :M , - .,,' sp am' P aw w-. .V' ---1, 'D S - - ,, lffff J im, -.- - S V. , N wx - ' 1 '-fggri lfa-eg f"'V. , 'J V -Y . ?:?-M ,:g,3si 1- , il, .. . 1 1 53? I ' tllsgff ' . K rw ll -- I ' 'fu' fa 'A V' , i ., V . ' ' . 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Duckworth, M. Brown, L, Diehl, .T . Womble, I. Shields. BA EBALL 1 vi 5 i Q 3 ,z L, 91 E E , J? , . L Mr- - .. . . V , , ,.,. , V . .- , , , X '--" 1 " 1 ip ""7 '- U 1 -V lil' SFW -1 mi- in-, - ,, A-Sn..-saf4?..mxg-'X - "-- 1 4:---r'iiT'1i , VI, , , "" ,, I ' --1255 'l or at .. s t t'rr - ,Q , ' .-z,qa,,.'ss Q,:sgV , ' ' ' ,g or vw, VK , M-fVN,.,, -"' ' The Indians, during a good season, try to outscore the Rabbits on the local diamond. 85 TRACK T ,,, ,. of , L,,, T If T 4 , .. ri W' T Nfl' .fi ,r ' , -a ':1-: " -w ' , . 1. , .f f ff ,V l- K 1 at ,,f 'I DJQM 2 'Q f.z,,"' rf A .K f "i' Q22W .. ' 1 3' ' 7 f T to T A "" 1' 'f "' 1 -, '. .M ' ,f K' 'EEF' .-,.' I " N - ffl' Y 5 f Z A .- I f , 4. 1, , f ' 22, K if ' ""5 f 2 ' v i V L' , . .y f W , ,, ky . I .L-kLk '11, - ,- - X ' fe. , . V f f r , I 7 N ' :ff ff-4 1 ,, - - N ,. ' . viii- s a Q .ij 'mf if f 1 ' -- " 'z f ' . J 'eff 'iifff 1 f if ' ' -' V1 "L' V 5' L,,. ,, , , f . 4 ., ,,,, ., l , ., ,.,., J., ,,g,,.,? - , I .N I I r - - yy I r ,HH . Q ' ,'.X 1 . f ' 'fig Q' ' 5 J ' S A ' I 7' kg.,3,, , , f fl , .fa . , E , . 1 , f, if 'Th' in 'L ,5 ' r " " -ve 21 K- ' iimirl 2 , fa Q, 5 ' g ' L ,,,, T R f . f , ', :-fig.. rr-.l?f,gr,,ir1' 311, - A Us l .Wi -, ,U ,,.a ,:r ,ws5i-sfrssfr ,,-- ng-aye l:,p::!:v:fff2,,,1ff , , -. V- , . , - , 'W' .w 2- " f . zwegflirzfr- Q. .73 -1' -- 4, ' I ' .1 , Members of the A track team are from left to right: Ronnie Hill, Randall Robertson, Randy Duckworth, Jimmy Guinn, Mike Brown, David Stillwell and Dale Coffman. Second row: Jimmy Shields, Jacky Ramsey, Johnny Bowerman, Gary Howard, Roy C. Fitts, Phil Barron, and Rickey Yeargin. . ,,,. N.. t,,. . --......, ..., l ,f ,j X Members of the B track team are from left to right: Neal Meeks, Jimmy Taylor, Jimmy Diehl, Mark Tettleton, and Jimmy Blue. Second row: Mike McMahan, Tommy Lamascus, Jimmy Walker, Mike Leaf, Johnny Agee, Ted Keck, and Keith Kuykendall. Third row: David McNew, Tony Carver, Dell Stine, Norman Waters, Mike Buck, Kyle Kilcrease, and Ricky Bishop. REGIO AL CO TESTANTS ,B M .41-, J 1 ga gr ' 5 ' 1 , . . 2 4 , W V , , S T T ii T T T, ft T - ,,'- ky' at K 7 "-LL . . A fb 'ew - f? W ' gpnm ffQfYf"T I " 'Q 'X i ,, "LL V' rj: I -' ,gvmkifixgi - Hlgi' ' W ' '2 W' f'4Q.,. . ' 1 1 5 T' W - gxizlv f ' 4 LW ff ,-', . , . -Y f vi, 5'3E"mL ' ,... 2 . HL , , S K .,-ig! ' A V, C I W K I .- uw A. R K ' :ap-f GYEFIIFQQ' '11'iff?fi!,E,?!2fiw 31.-',5:2:?QJ3f1 ' X. Phil Barron Gary Howard 440 Yd. Dash High Jump Roy C. Fitts Broad Jump 220 Yd. H H DISTRICT TRACK MEET Mmm X.. QT yn, f I ww, -hu... 9 -ff T A ' Roy C. Pitts and Phil Barron composed an invincible doubles team. They swept through District with ease and advanced to Regional at Denton. Groesbeck was the first opponent of the Fitts and Barron team. After easily winning this match, they overpowered two strong teams from Gladewater and Clyde. This gave them a ticket to the State Meet in Austin and tough competition. The boys lost their first match at State, but retired with an outstanding record. NM v if 519 l NN PI-IIL BARRON ROY C. FITTS -QW., fjfxxi " X . CHERYL THOMAS AMY FITTS r if f Ea . . f T if T .- ri i 1 .Q ' if ge ,r 1 2 1 ill? -' ,- vliqs ' ' A ft 5 .ff .M I ' A iran : ., Q .a. 44 N Wa an ' K" Q" '45-,frftizw A H 359344 gu.'f" X fir as W . ,1..,,,,fi,,, 88 MARK THOMAS SQNYA BELL VULLEYBALL BI-DISTRICT CHAMPIONS. The team members were: Libby Fenoglio, Iachyllis Webb, Glenna Fenoglio, Betsy Keller, Karen Fuller, Patsy Widlake, and Cathy Fenoglio. The volleyball team captured the District title from Bridgeport and went on to defeat the tough Burleson team in Bi-District play. GOLF This year's golf team consisted of ffrom left to rightjg ,Timmy Walker, ,Toe A, Staley, Hal Wallis, and Norman Watersg fkneelingj: ,Timmy Shields, Neal Meeks, Mike Brovm, .Terry Smith, Farrell Ward, and ,Tim L. Keck, -1 . A 1 , ' -rx B ,,sr,,,rrr 1 r A i I THA r r r t t , MU!-ML VOLLEYBALL The senior boys captured first 1 after a tough game with the sophomores. Seniors are the GREATEST! 4 W r The junior girls were exhausted after their bout with the soph- omores for first place. t N r Q X 'fi A FX ' rr 5 aQ1'4:7l'?2M an E r. r'rr N ' d dgzijfv- W dwwgwe-4, M-W pd gs-ofa , ' . r w f ' - K, 4, ,., . ,. 2' - k r U . ' - 1-iQ.s+--W, . ff. - A . -- M- ., 1. V if, X 'N- M Z A , .,.. - 6 , I ., f .A Q . .t 5 . N wr, - , rw ' - N , f r Hiffwg . -M-I r 1' fy-gg' fy rr, ' 5 irk pg h . VJ, .rvewv Although the sophomores came in second, they were The sophomore boys also came in second and seem to proud of the fact that they had beaten the "fish," be quite torn up about it. 90 'Y P X 58443, I 1 fn X , Q ffsff fi aff x 5 1 5' 3, mia if rnvokmss f Y, AP A J Si 'Q sv P? Ki 3 Q, .7 i . l,, , :I 'Y m , if M BA D WEE THEAR T N Q L ' 1, n H , 4 ': 6 ,A rd, 7 4 . ' 5 K ., 'K - A A ' ' ' M s. O F0 0 TBALL Q UEE gi zu 9 a F W me - , K - - ,izliiff VA ' ff i . , f 1 53 S XY M ,Ti ifj 3 I K fL"f A LV MISS NOCO A F.F.A. SWEETHEART Larry Sledge ria Foster F.H.A. BEAU VALE TINE CORO ATIO The Valentine Sweetheart and Beau and their Court of 1967-68 are pictured above: June Cook, escorted by Larry Sledge: Betsy Keller, escorted by Garry Sledge: Becky Taylor, escorted by Ron Hudson: Patsy Widlake, escorted by J oe A, Staley and Barbara Sawyer, escorted by Rickey Yeargin, The flower girl, Lori Rogers, was escorted by the crown bearer, Tim Crabtree. The Valentine Queen and Beau were entertained by a song, "If I Loved You," by Karen Nunneley. Roy C. Fitts accompanied Karen and then played two other selections. 4? BEA U WEE THEAR T Becky Taylor W . ,.,J, MR. AND MISS NHS Mike Milburn Patsy Widlake 98 rere ' llfT'lQ.'l,y2f3f? 3 , , Q? !-,R Wi? ,N 5, af Q 5154 .., Q Q ,,., E I ' L A Q 2 A 1. ,' - s 5 a K, "1 N OMINEE BAND SWEETHEART--Karen Fuller FFA SWEETHEART--Rita Carminati Barbara Sawyer Shelley Sunderland FOOTBALL QUEEN--Becky Taylor MISS NOCONA--June Cook Shelley Sunderland Cheryl Thomas FFA Bl-EAU Steve Uselton Gary Sledge Joe A, Staley Rickey Yeargin 99 -'WFUHL SENIOR FA VORI TES y Sledge Betsy K -cr. TJ' gm, My J UNI OR FA VORI TES at .3 ,,, ,,,,., I S OPH OM URE FA VORI TES ev-mpg. F RESHMAN FA VORI TES Martha Thompson Mark Thomas 10 Seniors Gary Uselton Steve Uselton Karen Fuller Patsy Widlake Becky Taylor g . gifs - gr Er x X yvi ,. l l l S. , E l gg ly S yyy, Q A f?5E.Q 1 u if .sifsgiggfftmy S Juniors -1 - ,Toe A. Staley If 'l Roy Fitts Shelley Sunderland June Cook l ,W iw, ,,,, x, rf CLASS FA VORI TE N OMINEE Sophomores Wesley Morton Neal Meeks Holly McCall Cindy Curlin Freshmen David Sharp Jimmy Shields Cindy Skidmore Martha Leonard Libby Fenoglio Janet Russell X w 1 I 'Ss' P The great are great only because we are on our knees, Let us rise! O6 Stirner laifiigisgie The T. V. Bank Member F. D. I. C. C ompliment s of FARMERS AND MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK Serving Nocona and Montague County Since 1905 Nocona Athletic Goods Company li U iuivx Eff? 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