North Dallas High School - Viking Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1962

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THE 1962 VIKING introduces . . . L 3: i; ,3 6:32? x Eazziagniauzi? ii 2K MW y MM! . mwwgww u gm. ; law. v.33 g slur: a i 13?, Eh? ; 7 x n he 133$ 1 33 Av North Dallas High School - 1962 North Dallas was established in 1922. Since that year many of its graduates have come to be prominent Dallas Citizens. Many of our teachers had much to do With the training of these citizens during their long and fruitful years of service at North Dallas. Miss Elizabeth Dice, Miss Minnie Roberts, and Mr. Arthur Harris, who retired last spring, were among these. Others remain at our school to continue this work. Being one of the oldest schools in the city, N. D. has seen many changes take place. But it has stood proudly through the years, growing in both Spirit and Honor. We will always remember our Alma Mater With love and devotion. Our Alma Mater High above in stately beauty With their spirits true Wave our white and orange colors glorious to view Lift the banner, raise it Skyward; loud its praises sing. Love and honor to North Dallas we forever bring! Table of Contents Dedication Administration Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Personalities Beauties H 3 M, H B H H 3 R H 3 H II I l! 3' . mum .5 ' K mm : 1'? Viking Salutes Organizations Activities Sporfs Military Advertisements Index SOUTH LAND U FE ml av: '" m mm m i- ' u ,A ilk,. m H m V g, mum, ' :5 mm m n m H m - m u m I a Viking Dedication We, the staff, dedicate the 1962 VIK- ING to Miss Ethel Masters. Through her undying devotion to duty, she has endeared herself not only to the many students of her classes but also to all those with whom she has come in contact. Through her endeavor to uphold the high scholastic ideals, around which North Dallas has grown, she has in- spired countless pupils to achieve academic success. While serving as sponsor for Na- tional Honor Society and Latin Club, she has given unselfishly of her time and ability. For these and for innumerable other reasons we proudly make this dedication, Summa Cum Laude. Miss Masters teaches her students the foundations of the Latin language. Mr. James T. Whittlesey, Principal Mr. Whittlesey attended Emory College, Atlanta, Georgia; Universities of Chicago, Iowa, Texas, California, North Texas State College, East Texas State College, and he taught at Sam Houston State Teachers College. He also received a Master's Degree from S.M.U. in History. After serving as principal at Forest Avenue High School from 1944 to 1956 he has assumed the same duties at North Dallas since 1957. Assistant Principal Mr. Seldom S. Hutchinson received his B.S. at Kirksville State Teachers College in Kirksville, Missouri, and his M.A. at the University of Missouri. He did graduate work at S.M.U. He has been Assistant Principal at Forrest Avenue High School, Assistant Principal at Holmes Jr. High, and came to North Dallas in 1959 to be our Assistant Principal. Mr. Sheldon S. Hutchinson Mr. Hutchinson works long hours helping students with their varied problems. Mrs. Hupfeld Mrs. Hupfeld fulfills one of her many duties as Dean of our school. Dean Mrs. Dorothy Hupfeld grad- uated from T.W.U., earning two degrees in Counseling B.S., M.A. She has served in Dallas schools for fourteen years 9 years in the Health Department and 5 years as the Dean of North Dallas. The Administration and Board of Education 1962 Reading from left to right: Mr. John Plath Green; Mr. Donald M. Bruton; Mrs. Vernon D. Ingram; Mrs. Tracy . Rutherford; Mr. R. L. Dillard, IL, President; Dr. W. T. White, Superintendent; Mr. Van M. Lamm, Vice-Pres- ent; Mr. ROuse Howell; Mr. R. B. Gilmore; Mr. Robert S. Folsom. Mmmmmmmmmm. Where to begin! The officers of the 1961-62 PAT.A. are, reading from left to right, FIRST ROW: Mrs. White, Delegate to Council; Mrs. Fred M. Ramsey, President; Mrs. Russell Abel, Vice-President; Mrs. Charlie Davis, Recording Secretary; Mrs. James H. Harper, Treasurer; SECOND ROW: Mrs. F. G. Yarbrough, Delegate to Council; Mrs. W. E. Hanie, Parliamentarian; Mrs. R. W. Richardson, Program Service, Mrs. J. B. Edwards JL, Health and Personal Service; Mrs. T. N. Park, Publicity. Not Pictured: Mrs. Stewart, Organizations; Mrs. R. W, Jinks, Public Welfare; Mrs. W. Roy Compton, Budget and Finance; Mrs. J. B. Taylor, Correspondence Secre'tary; Mrs. Ralph Lacey, Historian. Parent-Teachery Association The officers of the 1961-1962 Dads Club are, reading from left to right: Mr. Herman Campos, Athletic Chairman; Mr. Henry Hanna, Education and Publicity Chairman; Mr. Owens; Mr. Harvey E. Hill,, Social and Entertainment Chairman; Mr. Vodrie R. Smith, President; Mr. Bill Hanie, Membership Chairman; Mr. Bruce Dobyns, Secretary and Treasurer; Mr. Alvis G. Carter, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer. Dad's Club Student Council The Student Council officers for 1961-1962 are, from left to right, Dennis Turnbull, Parliamentarian; Rae Gene Taquino, Secretary-Treasurer; Jack Hill, President; and Billy Brumbly, Vice-President, not pictured. The governing body of North Dallas High School is the Student Council. The council is com- posed of representatives elected from each homeroom. Seldom S. Hutchinson, Assistant Principal, sponsors the organization. This group acts as a link between the faculty and students, bringing them to a better understanding of one another. Reaching outside the school the council represents North Dallas through- out the city. Purpose Jack Hill, president, and Rae Gene Taquino, secretary-treasurer, work on one of the first projects of the year. The officers debate a question which has come up at one of the first Student Council meetings of the year. Wm Wy5$kb WWMWB. Fa BERRY, MISS IMOGEN Spanish. Trinity University, B A.; Southern Methodist University, M.A. Pan American Club and Senior Class 'Sponsor. BOLLINGER, MR. C. M. Drivers Education. East Texas State Teachers College, B.S., M.S. Baseball Coach. BERRY, MISS IMOGEN BOLLINGER, MR. C. M. E BRONENKANT, MRS. VIRGINIA BROOKS, MRS. NANCY BUTLER, MRS. MATTYALEA American and Texas History Texas World History. Southern Methodist Study Hall. State College for Women, B A.; Uni- University. versity of Texas, M.A. Miss Powell seems to be taking the amus- ing side of the time typing test she is giving her typing class. CHAPMAN, 1VIRS. WILBIA Assistant Librarian. CLARK, MISS MARY SMITH English and Journalism. Southern Meth- odist University, BA. Quill and Scroll, Compass Sponsor. COPPEDGE, MR. GENE Biology. Austin College, B S Key Club Sponsor. CHAPMAN, MRS. WILMA DEW, MISS MILDRED North Texas State University, B.S. Eng- lish-Dmma Sponsor of Viking. CLARK, MISS MARY SMITH FOREHAND, LVIRS. LEORA English. Austin College, BA. and MA. FORGY, MR PAUL General Math, Band and Orchestra. Texas College of Arts and Industries, University of Texas, B,A., M.A. GLASSCOCK, MR. CURTIS JR GREEN, MR. JACK Abilene Christian College, North Texas State College, B.S. Math, Chemistry, Education. HOLBROOK, MRS. HELEN English; Spanish, and French. Univer- sity of Texas, Paris, France. 20 BA. The Sorbonne, GOLDEN, MR. LUTHER EUGENE GRICE, MRS. MIRIAM Physical Education Assistant and Pianist. Co-sponsor of the Vikingettes. HUMPHREY, MRS WINIFRED English. Baylor University, BA. Junior Red Cross Sponsor. Fa GLASSCOCK, MR. CURTIS JR. North Texas State College, BA. 'Math. GOLDEN, MR. LUTHER EUGENE Physical Education. Southern Methodist Universitya BS. in Education. HASSELL, MR. ROYCE World History. Stephen F. Austin, B.S., M.A. Assistant Football Coach. "B" Team Basketball. HUMPHRIS, MISS BOBBYE MAE Southern Methodist University. Com- parative Literature. Essay Contests. HYDE, MR. RUFUS Geometry, Biology. Hardin-Simmons University, B.A.; North Texas State Col- lege, M.A. Head Football Coach. IRISH, MRS. CLIO Librarian. North Texas State College, BB. Miss Patterson seems gay and ready to start the day 2l Mr. Golden starts his day with surprise LAWLER, NELL LEXWIS, MISS GENELIA Chemistry. North Texas State College, B.S.; Columbia University, MA. 22 LEMMON, CLARA MASTERS, MISS ETHEL Latin. University of Texas, B.A.; South- ern Methodist University, MA. SPQR Sponsor and National Honor Society Sponsor. . . . his picture being taken! LAWLER, LVIISS NELL Algebra and Geometry. Trinity Univer- sity, BsA.; Columbia University, MA. LEMMON, MRS. CLARA Civics and Economics. Oklahoma State University, BS. MEYER, INIR. RALPH Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic. Southern Methodist University, B.B.A., M.Ed, Student Banking Activity Fund. MOORE, MISS WYNETTE Shorthand, Typing. North Texas State College, M.B.E., . B.B.A. Audio-Visual Aids. MOYER, MRS. EDITH Secretary to Principal. PATTERSON, MISS PATRICIA Math. North Texas State University, BA. Tri-Hi-Y; Perigan Club; Pep Club. EDITH MOYER PETTIE, MRS. JEAN PORTER, MR. HARMON POWELL, MISS GLADYS jO Distributive Education. Texas Tech- Architectural, Mechanical, and Techni- Typing, Shorthand. North Texas State nological College; University of Cali- cal Drawing, East Texas State College, College, B.B.A. Cheerleader Sponsor. fomia, B.A. MS. 23 You can tell by Mrs. Lemmon's expressions that she really believes What she teaches of our government. Fa RAMSEY, MRS MARIAN W. English. Texas Women's University; Arlington State College; Texas Chris- tian University; North Texas State Uni- versity, B.A. Tri-Hi-Y, Ready-Writers Sponsor. RIDLEY, IVIRS. RIX American History and Civics. Sam Houston College, B.A.; University of Houston, M.A. Futurp Teachers Club Sponsor. ROBERTS, LT. COL. ROSCOE Commandant; B.S. Business Adminis- tration. Oklahoma University. SAFRANEK, MRS. GEORGE ANN Art. Texas Technological College, BS. and MS. Art Service Club Sponsor. STEENSON, MRS CLYDIA B. STEWART, MRS. FLORENCE STRONG, MR. JOE Nursing. Texas Womerfs University, Mathematics. University of Texas, BA. American and World History. North B.S. Future Nurses Club Sponsor. and M.A. Texas State University, B.S. and M.A. Assistant Football Coach and Head Bas- V ketball Coach. WAGNON, NIR. DAVID WARMACK, MISS DOROTHY WATSON, MR. BILLY W. Physics and Biology. Southern Meth- Chorus. Peabody College for Teachers, English. Jones University, B.A., M.A.; 0dist University, B.S. Tennis Coach. B.S. Concert Choir. New York University Speech; Little Theatre Sponsor. 25 WHITE, MRS. MARION Physical Education. Texas Women's University, BS. Drill Team Sponsor. 26 WITHROW, MRS. PATSY Homemaking. North Texas State Col- lege, B.S. Faculty WRIGHT, MRS. VADA Study Hall. VADA WRIGHT X ZABOJNIK, MR. VEROME ZLOGER, MRS. LORETTA Commercial Arithmetic, North Texas Dietitian. University of Minnesota, B.S. State College, B.S, Track Coach. Hermon Compos and Jimmy Miramontes and Coach Hyde seem to be interested in something besides football practice. 27 28 Mrs. Winifred Humphrey arrives on the scene With an arm full of books. "I Was on time. It says so right here" points out Mrs. Florence Stewart. "Wlould you believe it? I have a cold," says Miss Imogen Miss Mildred Dew and Mr. Hutchinson confer on one of the many Berry. problems encountered during the day. e Faculty Say, Mr. Porter, dorit you know it's not nice to tell secrets? Mr. David Wagnon and friend relax for a few minutes between classes. By this picture Mr. Joe Strong proves that teachers also Mr. Whittlesey doesn't seem too eager to start another day at school. have to study. 29 CounseIoHs Office Our Counselor RUTH FETTERMAN GARNER, MRS. LEORA Counselofs Assistant 30 Mrs. Fetterman and Mrs. Garner going over one of our LU records. Attendance Office Mrs. Louise Vandervort and Mrs. Joe Dismore do a great job of keeping our attendance straight. Military Office Sgt. Southerland and Sgt. Jacobson instruct a class on pistols. 3! Our Lunchroom Help The ladies behind the counter serve both teachers and students MRS. MEYERS MRS. GRANT and MRS. EVERETT MR. N. ROBERTS Mr. H. Miller; Head Custodian, Mr. J. Ellenberg; Mr. B. Dass; and Mr. M. Law. 32 Mr. Robert Tillcy and Mr. A. Vents In Memoriam On Friday, October 6, the Lord in His Infinite Wisdom saw fit to take from the sufferings of this world a beloved man, Earl W. Adkins. Mr. Adkins was a true inspiration during the eighteen years in which he served North Dallas as coach and teacher. It can truly be said that he always put honor far above victory and personal glory. In the many years to come the name Earl Adkins will be synonymous With the terms spirit, good sportsmanship, and honor. 33 34 AM ,N E? 23?? :3 35 THE 1962 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President Billy Brumley, Vice-President Allen Thomas, and Secretary Rae Gene Taquino. Senior Class Sponsor MISS IMOGEN BERRY 36 enior Executive Committee and Class Officers 1962 Pres. Billy Brumley calls the meeting of the Senior Executive Committee to ouler while Secretary Rae Gene takes the minutes and Vice-Pres. Allen Thomas listens. 38 ABEL, ROBERT GEORGE Birthday: March 14, 1944 Bir'tbplare: Chicago, Illinois VIKING Staff, Underclassmen Editor; Compass; Tennis, 3-Yrs., Captain, Letterman; National Hon- or Society; Perigon Club; SPQR; Senior Pub Staff; Honor Rolls; Science Fair ALCALA, AUTHUR SILVA Bz'rtladate: March 4, 1945 Birthplace; Dallas, Texas Junior Achievement; Football Team ALDRIDGE, AUNDREA JO Bz'rtbdate: September 4, 1943 Birthplace: Wellington, Texas Majorette, 2-Years; Band, 3-Years; Orchestra; Na- tional Honor Society; Y-Teens; National Essay Contest; Honor Roll; Assemblies; Science Fair ALVA, MANUEL SALVADOR Birthdate: January 1, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas "B" Team Football; Band; Military; Perigon Club AMY, BARBARA JEAN Bz'rtbdate: March 11, 1944 Birthplace: Norfolk, Virginia APPLE, CHARLES EDWARD Birthdate: December 21, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman, 2-Years, Captain, '61-'62; Basketball; Assemblies; Secretary of Homeroom ASEL, MARTHA SUE Birthdate: September 26, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Concert Choir; Y-Teens; Vikingettes; Future Teachers Club, Corresponding Secretary; Senior Executive Committee; National Honor Society; Honor Rolls; Assemblies BARRERA, RAYMOND GARCIA Birthdate: April 12, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Rolls BAXTER, CLAY Birtbdczle: November 6, 1944 Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana Football, 1-Year; Track, 2-Years, Captain; Red Cross Representative; As- semblies; Student Council; Honor Roll; Library Assistant; Homeroom Vice-President; Art Service Club BELL, SHIRLEY JEAN Birthdate: September 28, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Assemblies "I simply refuse to stay at school any longerf' says Marty Dennehy 40 BRONDER, NED JOHN Bii'tlydrzte: January 17, 1944 Birtbplme: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania BRUMLEY, BILLY DON Birlbdate: January 9, 1944 Bz'rlbplace: Winnsboro, Texas President, National Honor Society; President, Sen- ior Class; Vice-President, Student Body and Stu- dent Council; Key Club, Treasurer; Track Team, 2-Yrs.; Mr. Handsome Nominee; Best A11 Round; Personality, 1-Yr.; Senior Class Favorite BUCKELS, JANICE LYNN Birthdate: July 26, 1944 Birllaplace: Austin, Texas Future Nurses Club; Student Council; Banking Assistant BULLARD, CAROL LYNNE Birthdafe: April 5, 1944 Birtbplacc: Seattle, Washington Future Nurses Club; Junior Achievement; Pep Club; Y-Teens BISHOP, TRUITT DALLAS Bz'rtladnle: October 27, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas 9A" Team Football, 3-Yrs. Letterman; Student Council and Red Cross Representatives; Assem- blies; Honor Roll; Homeroom President BLACKMON, RUBY JO Birthdate: August 1, 1944 Birthplace: Camas, Washington Vikingettes; Y-Teens; Assemblies; Honor Rolls BRITT, GAILA LYNN Birtbdazle: September 19, 1943 Birthplace; Dallas, Texas Art Service Club; Tennis Team, 3-Yrs1; Viking- ettes BROCKMAN, JO ANN Bii'tladate: April 30, 1944 Birthplace: Sherman, Texas Choir; Student Council; Library Assistant; Nation- al Honor Society; ND. Speaker; Honor Rolls; Assemblies BURKE, WILLIAM EARL Biv'tladale: September 2, 1943 Birthplare: Unadilla, Georgia BURNS, RICHARD A. Birtlm'ate: July 10, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ROTC; Drill Platoon; Color Guard; Service Rib- bons CAGLE, BEVERLY Birthdate: December 17, 1942 Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas Office Assistant CAMPOS, HERMAN R. Birthdate: February 6, 1944 Bir'tlaplare: Fort Worth, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary; Student Council; Red Cross; Key Club; "B" Team Basket- ball, 2-Yrs.; "B" Team Baseball; Track, 3-Yrs. Letterman; 11A" Football, '61362 Captain; 3- Times Honorable Mention Lineman of the Week, "Dallas Morning News;" Honorable Mention on Coaches All City Football Team CANTU, F ELIX Birtbdate: January 17, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas CARPENTER, KERRY Birthdate: September 18, 1944 Bz'rlbplace: Dallas, Texas Band; Art Service Club; Orchestra; Y-Teens; Lat- in Club; Assemblies; Future Teachers Club CARRELL, BETTY JOAN Birthdate: February 12, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Transferred from Longview, Texas; Pep Club; Bowling Club; Distributive Education CARTER, DONALD Birthdate: May 9, 1944 Birthplate: Dallas, Texas Key Club, Vice-President; Student Council; Head Cheerleader, 1961462; Assemblies; Golf; Baseball; Track; Honor Rolls; Homeroom Officer; Library Assistant; VIKING Personality 4l 42 CLEMENTS, VIRGINIA SUE Birthdate: April 5, 1944 Birtlaplare: Lubbock, Texas Vikingettes; Office Assistant; Library Assistant; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Art Service Club; Y- Teens COE, LESLIE Bii'tlydate: July 20, 1943 Birtbplczte: Dallas, Texas Band; ROTC; Choir COLE, ADELE Birthdate: March 15, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Red Cross; Vikingettes; Future Teachers; Y-Teens; Choir; Office Assistant; Homeroom Secretary; Honor Rolls COLE, CHARLES C. Birthdate: August 22, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club; Honor Rolls; Treasurer of Honor Society; Assemblies; Key Club; Projectionist; Red Cross Representative CASARES, FRED Birthdate: September 21, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas CATRON, MARILYN ANN Birthdate: January 3, 1944 Birthplace: Tahlequah, Oklahoma CHAVEZ, PETE Birtbdzzle: June 1, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas B-Team Football; Camp Dallas, 1-Year; Pan American Club CLAYTON, MIKE Bil'fbdate: October 23, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, 2-Year Letterman; Basketball, "B" Team COLLINS, JAMES Birtbdale: December 15, 1944 Birtbpbzce: San Marcos, Texas American Youth Freedom Force; Officer, ROTC; Expert Marksman Medal; Service Ribbon; Athletic Ribbon; Norsemen Drill Team; Company Effi- ciency; Commandant's Efficiency; Executive Of- ficer, 1A" Company COMPTON, GWYN Birtladate: June 29, 1962 Birthplate: Denton, Texas Y-Teens; Art Service Club; Band, 3-Years; Home- room Vice-President; Majorette; N.E. Representa- tive to Parade of Champion Contest; Assemblies; Honor R0115; National Honor Society I CONTRERAS, BENIGNO SALDONA Birtbdate: October 26, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council; "B" Football; Orchestra; Assem- blies COOKSEY, SANDRA Bz'rtladate: January 26, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Red Cross; Honor Rolls; Counselor and Clinic Assistant The Senior Boys, especially Mike Clayton, don't mind taking time out to pose for a picture from Lunch. 43 CORLEY, ALVIN CURTIS Birthdate: March 18, 1944 Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Football Letterman, 1-Year; Baseball Letterman, 2-Years; President of Homeroom, Vice-President; ROTC, 2-Years; Student Council; VIKING Per- sonality, 2-Years; National Honor Society; "B" Team Basketball; Athlete Of the Year Nominee; Track; Most Handsome CORTEZ, JULIE Bil'fbdale: August 31, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas CRONKHITE, SUZAN CAROL Bii'tlydate: June 17, 1944 Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Future Teachers of America, 1-Year, Recording Secretary; Vikingettes, 1-Year; Senior Pub; As- semblies; Library Assistant; Y-Teens, 2-Years CUNDIFF, JAMES Birtlydafe: July 31, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT GLENN Birthdate: January 14, 1943 Bz'rlbplare: Dallas, Texas CURRIN, KATHRYN CAROL Bz'rtbdate: October 5, 1944 Birlbphzce: Dallas, Texas Concert Choir; Student Council; Honor Rolls; As- semblies CROWDER, HARRY SHELL JR. Birthdate: April 2, 1944 Birthplaw: Fort Worth, Texas Key Club, 3-Years; ROTC, 2-Years, Drill Platoon, 2 Awards and Medals; Student Council DANIEL, KENNETH WAYN E Birthdate: June 12, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, 1-Year; Track, 3-Years, Letterman; Pro- jectionist; Junior Achievement; Student Council; Cross Country Teamy 3-Years; Honor Rolls; Na- tional Honor Society DIETRICH, WILLIAM CARROLL OSILL4 Birthdate: May 29, 1944 Birthplace: Lafayette, Louisiana uA" Football, 5-Years; uB" Basketball, 1-Year; Baseball, 1-Year; VIKING Personality, 2-Years; Junior Class Favorite; State Fair Talent Show, 5rd Place; Pub Staff; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Pro- jectionist; Military; Rifle Team, Trinity Rifle Match, 3rd Place DILLARD, OPHELIA MAE Birthdate: March 19, 1945 Birthplace: Atoka, Oklahoma DISMORE, DONALD LEE Biz'lbdate: September 9, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas D.E.; Honor Rolls; ROTC DONNELL, LINDA MARIE Birthdate: September 14, 1944 Birthplace: Denver, Colorado VIKING Staff, Business Manager and Index Editor, 2-Yrs.; School Banking, 3-Yrs.; Quill and Scroll, 24Yrs.; Honor Rolls; Library Assistant; Assemblies; Red Cross; Future Nurses Club; Y- Teens; UCP Monitor, l-Yr. DAVIS, BESSIE ANNE Bir'tladate: October 7, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Office Assistant; Student Council; Vice-President of Future Nurse's Club; Compass Staff; Senior Executive Committee; North Dallas Speakers; Na- tional Honor Society; Honor Rolls; Senior Pub Staff DAVIS, TIMOTHY SHANNON Birthdale: January 29, 1944 Birthplare: Dallas, Texas Military DELGARDO, IRMA Birthdate: January 1, 1943 Birlbplare: Dallas, Texas Office Assistant DERR, MELVIN Birthdate: January 26, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Choir; Art Service Club; Future Teachers Club, Parliamentarian; Homeroom President; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff DUNKIN, MARTY Birthdate: October 5, 1943 Bz'rllaplare: St. Louis, Missouri National Honor Society; Student Council; Little Theater; ND. Speakers; Assemblies; Honor Rolls; Art Service Club, President; Concert Choir DUVALL, JERRY Birthdate: January 28, 1944 Birtbplace: Dallas, Texas D.E.; A8zM Drawing Contest EDWARDS, STEVEN ALAN Birthdate: April 23, 1944 Birtbplace: Dallas, Texas Senior Personality; "A" Baseball Letterman, 3- Yrs.; All City Selection 4Moming News, Times Heraldk HA" Football Letterman;'BasketbaIl; Athlete of Year Nominee; Honor Rolls; Assem- blies; Golf; Library Assistant; Homeroom Presi- dent, 3-Yrs1; VIKING Salutes EIDT, MARILYN SUE Bii'lladate: May 1, 1944 Birllaplarex Dallas, Texas Vikingettes, 2-Yrs.; National Honor Society, Sec- retary; SPQR, Vice-President; Eta Sigma Phi Bronze and Silver Awards; Linz Bible Award, 2- Yrs,; Future Nurses; Senior Executive Commit- tee; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff; Homeroom Officer, 3-Yrs.; VIKING Salutes 46 Senior speech students enjoy showing their ability of pantomiming ELLIOTT, CONSTANCE ANN Birthdale: January 19, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Advertising Manager for Compass, 2-Yrs.; Y- Teens; Senior Pub Staff ELLIS, HOWARD Birthdate: September 18, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Rolls ESCAMILLA, GILBERT ROLAND Birtlm'ate: January 2, 1943 Birtlaplace: Dallas, Texas FEW, FRANCES ANNETTE Birthdate: July 21, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes; Senior Pub Staff; Y-Teens; Art Serw ice Club; Honor Rolls; Assemblies F LOWERS, MYRA ELIZABETH Bii'tladdte: August 9, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff, 3-Yrs., Copy Ed. itor; Y-Teens, 24Yrs.; SPQR, 2- Yrs., Secretary; Bronze Award, Sum- ma Cum Laude and Silver Award, Eta Sigma Phi; Concert Choir; Quill and Scroll, 2-Yrs.; National Honor Society; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Senior Pub FOX, CHERYL Birthdate: April 18, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes; Red Cross; Y-Teens; Honor Rolls; Nurse Assistant; Fu- ture Nurses 47 48 GARZA, HERLINDA Bz'rtbdate: November 28, 1943 Birtlaplace: Waco, Texas Concert Choir; Assemblies; Red Cross, 2-Yrs.; Future Nurses; Pan American Club, 2-Yrs., Pres- ident; Junior Achievement; Senior Pub; Compass GARZA, JOE Birthdate: August 28, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas GAY, DONNA LEE Birlbdate: July 14, 1944 Birtbplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes; Compass Staff, ZVZ-Yrs., Co-Editor; Perigon Club, Treasurer; Future Teachers; Y- Teens; Student Council; Homeroom Secretary; Red Cross; Junior Achievement; Assemblies; Band; Honor Rolls; Senior Pub Staff GIDEON, CHARLES THOMAS Birthdate: November 15, 1944 Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Homeroom President, 2-Yrs.; Assemblies; VI- KING Personality, 3-Yrs.; Honor Rolls; Red Cross; Basketball, ZVZ-Yrsg "B" Team Baseball; 11A" Team Baseball, 2-Yrs., Letterman FREEMAN, CHARLES RAY Birthdate; March 20, 1944 Birthplace: San Francisco, California National Honor Society; Key Club, Secretary; Stu- dent Council; Concert Choir; Football; Track; Teenager of the Month Award FRENCH, JULIANNE EILEEN UULIE Birthdate: March 4, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Art Service Club; Office Assistant; VIKING Staff; Y-Teens, 2-Yrs., Secretary; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Crozier Tech, 2-Yrs.4Tennis, 2-Yrs.; Wolfettes, '59360; Cheerleader, '60361; Student Gov. Assoc; Future Teachers, 2-Yrs., Treasurer; Co-Editor Student Directory GARNER, EDITH JOYCE Birtlydale: June 21, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes, 460362, Liehtenant, '61-'62; Student Council, 2-Yrs.; National Honor Society; Assem- blies; Honor Rolls; VIKING Beauty; Basketball Princess; Baseball Princess; VIKING Personality, 2-Yrs.; Concert Choir; Little Theater; Y-Teens GARRETT, GAYLIA SUZANNE Birthdate: December 6, 1943 Birthplace: Houston, Texas National Honor Society, President; Compass, Co- Editor, Feature Editor; Quill and Scroll, 2-Yrs.; Y-Teens, Chaplain; Concert Choir; Student Coun- cil, 2-Yrs.; Senior Executive Committee; Future Teachers; ND. Rep. in Interscholastic League Ready Writers Contest; Best Junior English Girl; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff; VI- KING Salutes GOODWIN, SALLY Birtlydate: May 18, 1944 Birthplace: Cushing, Oklahoma Band; Orchestra; Vikingettes; Library Assistant; Projectionist; Assemblies; Junior Achievement; Fu- ture Teachers; Y-Teens; Perigon Club, Secretary- Treasurer; Honor Rolls; Art Service Club; Red Cross; Senior Pub Staff GRAY, BILLY Birthdate: January 16, 1944 Birthplace: Brownwood, Texas Football; Tennis; Little Theater Club; Assemblies; Concert Choir; Junior Achievement, 2-Yrs.; ROTC; Projectionist; Linz Pin; Compass Staff; Honor Rolls; Assemblies GRAY, EDMUND Birthdate: October 6, 1944 Bii'tlaplare: Dallas, Texas GRAY, SANDRA Birthdate: July 1, 1944 Birthplace: Greenville, Texas GRISWALD, ROSE ANN Birthdate: October 16, 1944 Birthplace: Stephenville, Texas Compass Staff, 2-Yrs1; Homeroom Secretary; Fu- ture Nurses; Latin Club, Consul Major; Honor Rolls; National Honor Society, Secretary; Viking- ettes; ND. Speakers GRINDSTAFF, DELORES Bz'rlbdale: November 13, 1944 Birtlyplrzce: Dallas, Texas Future Nurses; Bible Credit; Band; Honor Rolls GRUBBS, RONALD B. Birtbdale: August 18, 1943 Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Key Club, President; Concert Choir; VIKING Personality; Baseball; Assemblies; Homeroom VicevPresident GUERRA, LUCY Birthdate: December 18, 1942 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Y-Teens 49 HARRELSON, IVA LYNN Birthdate: January 19, 1944 Birtlaplave: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes, '61-'62; Red Cross; Y- Teens; Perigon Club; Library As- sistant; Assemblies; Woodrow Wil- son4Juni0r Achievement; Pan American Club; Bible Award; Hon- or Rolls; Homeroom Officer HARRIS, LINDA LOUISE Birthdate: January 5, 1944 Birthplace: Joplin, Missouri Little Theater; ND. Speakers; Fu. ture Nurses; Tri-Hi-Y HARRIS, MARY TOM Birthdate: March 28, 1944 Birthplace: Winnsboro, Texas Football Princess '62; VIKING Staff, 2-Yrs., Senior Class Editor; Assemblies; Honor Rolls; Y-Teens; Homeroom Officer; Quill and Scroll, 1-Yr.; Tennis, 3-Yrs.; Office Assistant HARRISON, NANCY Bz'rtbtlczte: August 9, 1944 Birthplace: Sulphur Springs, Texas VIKING Personality; Compass Staff, Typist; Homeroom Officer; Y-Teens HARRISON, PATRICIA ANN Birthdate: November 25, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Concert Choir; Assemblies; Military Princess; Hon- or Rolls; Y-Teens;' Future Teachers; Compass, As- sistant Editor; National Honor Society HAYNES, DONALD BURL Birthdate: October 2, 1944 Bz'rtbplzzte: Dallas, Texas ; 5 ennie Jordon, Iva Lynn Harrelson, Molly McMichael, and Susan Cronkhite are some of the many who use the library. HEARST, MARGARET Birtbdale: December 11, 1943 Birthplace: Houston, Texas National Honor Society; Student Council, 2-Years; Latin Club, President; Red Cross; Personality; Concert Choir; Assemblies; Y-Teens; Class 0ft ficer; Honor Rolls HERNANDEZ, BETTY Birthdate: October 7, 1941 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ND. Speakers; Assemblies HERNANDEZ, CECILIA Birtladate: November 22, 1944 Birthplace: Knox City, Texas Compass Staff; Office Assistant HERNANDEZ, LUPE Birthdate: August 24, 1942 Birllaplace: Dallas, Texas HETHERINGTON, WILLIAM ROBINSON II Birtladate: September 10, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas HILDEBRANDT, NANCY ANN Bz'rlbdzzle: January 18, 1944 Bz'rflyplam: Kansas City, Missouri Student Council; Red Cross; Vikingettes, 2-Yrs.; Assemblies; Honor Rolls; Football Princess; VI- KING Staff; Advertising Editor; Y-Teens HILL, JERRY Bii'tbdate: October 7, 1945 Birthplace: Gatesville, Texas ROTC, Officer, 3-Yrs., Awards and Ribbons; As- semblies HILL, JACK Birthdate: February 26, 1944 Birtbplace: Dallas, Texas President of Student Body and Student Council; Red Cross, President of the Dallas County High School Red Cross; Personality, 2-Yrs.; National Honor Society; Key Club; Football; Compass, Sports Editor; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Movie Control Board HILL, SANDRA KAYE Biz'tbdate: October 7, 1943 Birtbplme: Dallas, Texas Cheerleader, 3-Yrs.; Valentine Princess, 2-Yrs.; Military Queen, 16061; Football Princess; VI- KING Personality, 3-Yrs., Junior Class Favorite; Future Teachers, President; Student Council; VI- KING Beauty Semifinalist, 1-Yr.; VIKING Beau- ty Semifinalist; Office Assistant; Honor Rolls; As- semblies HOGDEN, HARVY RANDALL Birthdate: November 23, 1942 Birthplace: Bay City, Texas Art Service Club HOLCOMB, HOMER H. Birthdate: October 4, 1944 Birtbplace: Memphis, Tennessee Student Council; Honor Rolls; Key Club; Golf; Homeroom President HOLLERN, MICHAEL EDWARD Birthdate: February 20, 1944 Birthplace: Pontiac, Michigan Transferred JENNINGS, HARRIETT LYNN Birthdate: September 9, 1944 Birtbplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes, 2-Yrs.; National Honor Society; Stu- dent Council, 2-Yrs1; Homeroom Secretary; Latin Club; Quaestor, Eta Sigma Phi Latin Award, Bronze and Silver Awards; Future Nurses Club; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff JINKS, WARREN DAVIS Birthdate: November 23, 1944 Bz'rlbplace: Weslaco, Texas Rifle Team Letterman, 2-Yrs.; ROTCgAwards and Ribbons; JETS; Slide Rule Club JONES, CAROL ANN Birthdate: October 27, 1944 Birthplare: Longview, Texas Library Assistant; Assemblies; Concert Choir; HonorRolls; Y-Teens JONES, LINDA CATHERINE Bz'rtbdate: December 20, 1943 Birlbplare: Cheshire, England Valentine Queen; Vikingettes; Personality, 5-Yrs.; Homecoming Princess; Senior Executive Commit tee, Secretary; Basketball Princess; Student Coun- cil; Sportsmanship Committee; Red Cross; Home- room Secretary; Beauty Nominee, 3-Yrs.; Y-Teens; Office Assistant; Compass Staff; Honor Rolls; Senior Pub Staff; National Honor Society HULME, SANDRA Birthdate: May 7, 1943 Birfbplace: Exeter, New Hampshire HUDDLESTON, SUSAN KATHERINE Birthdale: March 22, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Future Teachers; Y-Teens; Band, ZVZ-Yrs.; Ready Writers HYDE, JANE ELLEN Birlbdzzle: October 22, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Cheerleader, '61-'62; Homecoming Queen '61- '62; VIKING Personality, 3-Yrs.; VIKING Beau- ty Nominee, Semifinalist; National Honor So- ciety, Vice-President; VIKING Co-Editor; Student Council; Senior Executive Committee; Vikingettes '60-'61; Dallas Times Herald Teen Age Coun- cil; Homeroom Officer; Office, Clinic, and Library Assistant; Honor Rolls; Y-Teen; Assemblies; Quill and Scroll, 2-Years JAMES, RONALD RAY Birtladzzta' October 18, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Cheerleader; Key Club; Personality, 2-Yrs.; As- semblies; Homeroom President; Student Council 54 KAVANAUGH, TOM Birthdate: November 9, 1942 Birthplace: Austin, Texas KEESE, MARGIE JOAN Birthdate: August 12, 1945 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Red Cross; Y-Teens; Senior Pub Staff; Junior Achievement; Bible Award; Office Assistant KELLEY, MIKE Bz'rtbdate: August 17, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band, 5oYrs.; Drum Major; ROTC, Drum Major, Awards, and Ribbons KING, TOMMY Birthdate: September 13, 1944 Birllaplace: Dallas, Texas ROTC JONES, SHELLEY ELIZABETH Birlladate: December 29, 1943 Birlbplace: Tucson, Arizona Personality, 3-Yrs.; Vikingettes, 2-Yrs.; Assem- blies; Honor Rolls JONES, WAYNE Birthdate: January 20, 1944 Birtlaplme: Lampasas, Texas Concert Choir; Drill Platoon; Assemblies JORDAN, VIRGINIA Bii'tbdate: December 17, 1943 Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas Future Nurses, Secretary and President; Red Cross; Y-Teens; Bible Award, 2-Yrs.; Honor Rolls KAVANAUGH, HELEN VIRGINIA Birthdate: April 22, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Concert Choir; Nurses Assistant; Y-Teens; Art Service Club; Honor Rolls; Assemblies KINNAN, CARLENE Birthdate: September 16, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Future Teachers of America; Red Cross KNIGHT, DAVID BUTLER Birthdate: November 12, 1943 Biz'lbplzzre: Dallas, Texas Military, 2-Yrs.; Drill Ribbons; Distributive Edu- cation LAMBERT, CAROLYN Birthdate: September 19, 1943 Bz'rtlaplare: Decatur, Texas Secretary1s Assistant; Red Cross; Student Council; Honor Rolls; Y-Teens LATIMER, LARICA ANN Birtbdate: November 24, 1944 Birthplace: San Angelo, Texas Vikingettes 161362; Y-Teens LEVERTON, MARTHA Birthdate: March 12, 1945 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Junior Achievement LEWIS, RACHEL EARLENE Birthdate: November 26, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band; Vikingettes; Red Cross; Y-Teens; Red Cross; Assemblies; Honor Rolls ' LILES, JULIA DACUS Bz'rtladate: July 22, 1944 Birthplace: Winnsboro, Texas Student Council; Compass Staff; Honor Rolls; As- semblies LINDSEY, GEORGE Bz'rtbdate: September 20, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council; ROTC, Major Executive Officer; "A" Football, 2-Years; Track, 1-Year; Best Box- er, Camp Dallas 1961 55 LOGAN, ROBERTSON PERRY Birthdate: January 23, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas "B" Team Basketball; "B" Team Football; ROTC, Executive Officer, lst Lt, Ribbons; Rifle Team; Bible Award, 2-Yrs.; American Youth Freedom Force LORING, SHARON Biz'tlydzzte: February 29, 1944 Birlfbplace: Dallas, Texas 1960-62 Vikingettes; Y-Teens, Publicity Chair- man; Junior Red Cross; Concert Choir; Honor Rolls; Junior Achievement; Bible Award, 2-Yrs1; ND. Speakers; One Act Play; Student Council; Sportsmanship Committee; Senior Pub Staff; As- semblies; National Honor Society LUTHER, GERALD Bz'rtbdate: July 2, 1944 Bz'rllyplace: Dallas, Texas MCBRIDE, ANN Birtladale: May 23, 1944 Birtlyplzzre: Dallas, Texas Future Nurses Club; Counselor Assistant MCCAIN, MICHAEL REX Birthdate: September 14, 1962 Bz'rlbplzzre: Dallas, Texas "B" Team Baseball, 2erars; Football Manager, 2-Years; Football Letterman, 1-Year MCCOWN, LINDA JO Birtladate: December 2, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Personality, 3-Years; VIKING Beauty Nominee, 3-Years, Finalist, 1-Year; Cheerleader '61-'62; Homecoming Princess '59-'60; Military Princess '61; Baseball Princess 161; Basketball Princess '61- '62; Valentine Princess '62; Honor Rolls; Assem- blies; Student Council; Homeroom President; Y- Teens, 2-Yenrs, President, l-Year; Library As- sistant, 2-Years; Art Service Club; Junior Red Cross MEKOY, WILLIAM KENNETH Bz'rlbdate: March 12, 1945 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Military, 3-Years; Service Ribbons; Commandant's Efficiency Ribbon, Band Efficiency Ribbon; Ex- pert Marksman Medal MCMICHAEL, MOLLY Birthdate: May 1, 1944 Birtbplzzce: Dallas, Texas MENDEZ, PHILLIP Birthdate: May 31, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football MILLER, EDWARD CHARLES Birthdays: February 5, 1944 Birtlaplare: Dallas, Texas Basketball, "A" Team, l-Year Letterman; "B" Team, Baseball; Honor Rolls MILLER, KAY F. Birthdate: February 9, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Rolls; Homeroom Officer; 1961-62 Viking ettes; Future Teacher's Club; Crozier Tech4 S.G.A.; Office Assistant; National Honor Society MILLER, MIKE Birthdate: February 5, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas "B" Team Football MCSORLEY, BRIDGET Birlladzzte: January 17, 1944 Birthplace: Dunkirk, New York Y-Teens; Library Assistant; Senior Pub Staff MATTHAEI, RUDOLF HERBERT Birllydzzte: July 1, 1943 Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany Perigon Club MAY, JUDY KATHARINE Birthdate: May 11, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Bible Award, 2-Years; Art Service Club; Concert Choir, 24Years; Honor Rolls MEEKER, HERBERT JR. Bz'rtbdate: October 50, 1943 Birllaplare: Dallas, Texas Library Assistant; 2nd Lt, ROTC Ribbons; Amer- ican Youth Freedom Force 57 MILLET, PRESTON Birthdale: October 16, 1942 Birlbplace: Baton Rouge, Louisiana Football Letterman MIRAMONTES, JIMMY Birthdate: December 14, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, 1-Year Letterman; Track MORENO, FRANK ALDANA Birthdate: May 22, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, 2-Yrs. Letterman, Back of the Week; Golf, 2-Yrs., Leader Scorer; '60-'61 Athlete of Year Nominee; Basketball; Junior Rotarian; Tech 4Football Letterman, 1-Yr.; Sophomore Favor- ite; Basketball; Golf MUIR, LOUIS EDWARD Birtbdzzfe: December 9, 1943 Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania MULLER, JAMES Bz'rtlydate: September 3, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council; Football; Military; Baseball; Homeroom Officer; Assemblies NELSON, TENA Birthdate: October 3, 1944 Birthplace: Corpus Christi, Texas Football Princess; 1960-62 Vikingettes; VIKING Personality, 1-Year; VIKING Staff, Organizations Editor; Quill and Scroll; Senior Executive Com- mittee; Senior Pub Staff; Student Council; Y- Teens; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Red Cross; Na- tional Honor Society NEWMAN, TOMMY Birthdate: November 21, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football; Basketball; Junior Achievement, 3- Years; Latin Club; Concert Choir; Student Coun- cil; Honor Rolls; Assemblies NEWSOME, ANNE Birthdate: February 27, 1944 Birtlyplave: McKinney, Texas Compass Staff NUNCIO, MAMIE Bil'tbdalex March 2, 1944 Bz'rtbplare: Dallas, Texas Y-Teens; Future Nurses Club; Compass Staff; Senior Pub Staff; UCP Monitor NUNEZ, SARA Birthdate: November 24, 1943 Birthplace: El Salvador, Central America Pan American Club; Assemblies OGAWA, RICHARD HERBERT Bz'rtbdate: February 15, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ORR, MARY Birthdate: July 18, 1944 Birthplace: Breckenridge, Texas Counselor's Assistant; Honor Rolls; Future Nurs- es Club; Pep Club OWENS, REEVA Birthdate: February 9, 1945 Birthplare: Memphis, Tennessee Bible 1, 2; Y-Teens; Paragon Club; Library As- sistant; Band; Choir, 2-Years; Majorette, 1-Year; Honor Rolls PADDOCK, KATHLEEN Birtladate: August 19, 1944 Birthplace: Austin, Texas 1960962 Vikingettes; Honor Rolls; Red Cross; Y- Teens; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff PALOMO, VICTOR V. Birthdate: January 21, 1944 Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas Military, 3-AYears, Drill Platoon; Senior Pub Staff; First Lieutenant Executive Officer; Awards and Ribbons; American Youth's Freedoms Force PAPPAS, GEORGIA DIMITRA Birthdale: March 16, 1944 Birthplace: Gainesville, Florida Junior Achievement, Assistant Treasurer; Assist ant Editor of Compass; Y4Teens; Honor Rolls; National Honor Society 59 PARK, SUSAN LYNNE Bz'rtlydzzte: March 27, 1944 Birthplace: Dayton, Ohio VIKING Personality, 3-Years; VIKING Beauty Nominee, 2-Years, Semifinalist, 1-Year; 1960-62 Vikingettes, Captain; Basketball Princess; Key Club Sweetheart; National Honor Society, Treas- urer; Student Council; Red Cross Council; Y- Teens, Interclub Council Representative, Chap- Iain; Honor Rolls; Assemblies; Latin Club, Prae- tor; Aeta Sigma Phi Latin Award; 1961-62 Senior Best All-Round; Movie Review Board Repre- sentative PEACOCK, DON Bii'tbdate: December 11, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ROTC Drill Team; Track Team; Tennis Team; Key Club; Red Cross; Senior Pub Staff; Bible Award, 1-Yr. PEACOCK, SUE Birthdafe: December 11, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes, 2-Yrs.; Red Cross; Y-Teens; Sopho- more Personality; Dean and Secretary Assistant; Art Service Club; Homeroom Secretary; Assem- blies; Honor Rolls PEOPLES, DAVID EVERETT Birthdate: September 25, 1943 Birlbplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Letterman, 3-Years; VIKING Personal- ity, 2-Years; "B2 Team Baseball; Junior Red Cross; Junior Rotarian; Projectionist; Library As- sistant PETERSON, JAMES EDWARD Birthdate: August 12, 1944 Birtlyplare: San Antonio, Texas Drill Platoon Sergeant; First Sergeant; Company Commander; Drill Platoon Commander; Honor Wreath; sharpshooter; Ribbons; Outstanding Platoon Leader of Camp Dallas, 1961; Tennis Medal; ROTC Staff PINCKARD, RITA Bil'tbdate: September 21, 1944 Birthplace: Red Mountain, California 1961-62, Vikingettes; Student Council; Red Cross; Y-Teens; Senior Pub Staff; Counselor Assistant; Sportsmanship Committee; Honor Rolls; Assem- blies PINSON, JIMMY LEON Birthdate: September 5, 1943 Birthplace: Borkay, Louisiana PLATT, PAUL Birtbdale: March 9, 1944 Birthplare: Shirley, Indiana National Honor Society, Vice-President; Pan American Club; ROTC Officer; Choir; One Act Play; Band, Executive Officer; Honor Rolls; Assemblies RAMOS, OLIVIA Birthdate: January 28, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Tennis Team; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff; Y- Teens RAMSEY, JACK Birtladate: March 9, 1944 Birtkplare: Dallas, Texas Student Council Representative; Homeroom Of- ficer; Concert Choir; Assemblies; Key Club; Golf RANEY, BETH ANN Birthdate: April 10, 1944 Birthplace: Orange, Texas 1961-62 Vikingettes; Honor Rolls; Red Cross; Y- Teens; Homeroom Officer; Assemblies RAY, BONNIE RUTH Birtladate: August 3, 1944 Birthplace: Cooper, Texas Future Nurses Club; Future Teachers Club; Clinic Assistant; Compass Staff POETSCHKE, EDWARD Birtladate: December 6, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas 1961-62 Cheerleader; Tennis Team, 3-Years; ROTC Drill Platoon, l-Year; Key Club, 2-Years; VIKING Personality, 2-Years POPE, JUDY ANN Birthdate: July 29, 1944 Birthplace: Springfield, Illinois Art Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Y-Teens; Red Cross; Honor Rolls; Best Student Entry Award, Arts Craft Fair; Assemblies; Distributive Educa- tion PRACHYL, RONNEY LEE Bz'rtbdate: November 21, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Rifle Team Letterman, 3-Years; Expert Marksman Medal; Team Citation Cord; ROTC Staff 5-4; Commandant's Efficiency Ribbon, 4 Times; Honor Wreath, 3-Years; Football Letterman, l-Year; "B" Team Basketball, Baseball; Slide Rule Club PUGH, JACK WILLIAM JR. Birthdate: November 7, 1943 Birtbplpzce: Dallas, Texas Baseball, 3-Year Letterman; Track; Basketball, 2-Years Letterman, Captain; Football, 1-Year Let- terman; Senior Executive Committee, Chairman; Compass Staff; '61-'62 Athlete of Year Nominee; Junior Rotarian Fall 1962 62 RICE, ANNETTE Birtbdzzte: August 5, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Y-Teens, 2-Yrs.; Military Princess; Beauty Semi- finalist, 1-Year; Art Service Club; Assembly RICHARDSON, CAROL ANN Bii'tladale: February 14, 1944 Birthplace: Freeport, Illinois '60-'62 Vikingettes; Assemblies; Senior Pub Staff; Linz Bible Award; Concert Choir; Honor Roll; Future Nurses Club RIGGS, MARY ANN Birthdate: December 12, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band, 2-Years; Honor Roll; Assemblies; VIKING Salutes; RedICross Council; SPQR, Latin Club Award; Compass Staff, Editor; Quill and Scroll; National Honor Society RIETCHECK, JO ANNE Birthdate: September 4, 1944 Birthplace: Inglewood, California RAY, BRENDA Birthdate: November 29, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Y4Teens; Junior Red Cross; Office Assistant; VIKING Beauty, 3-Years, Semifinalist REASON, TIM Birthdate: November 27, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, "A" and "B"; Distributive Education; Assemblies REEDER, LAURA BETH Birthdate: July 16, 1944 Birthplace: Gilmer, Texas Vikingettes, '61-'62; Personality, 3-Yrs.; Beauty Nominee, 3-Yrs.; Y-Teens; Assemblies; Pub Typ- lst REEVES, RANDY Birthdate: July 24, 1944 Birthplate: Dallas, Texas ROCHA, MARY ANN Birthdate: Birthplace: ROLSTEN, FELICE Birthdate: June 30, 1945 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Y-Teens; Honor Roll ROSE, SHERILL Birthdate: June 25, 1944 Birthplace: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Red Cross; Y-Teens; Assemblies; Junior Achieve- ment; Honor Roll; Choir, 2-Yrs.; Football Prin- cess, 2-Yts.; Bible Credit; Art Service Club; Vi- kingettes; Dean's Assistant, 3-Years ROTEN, KAY Birtladate: March 13, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Y-Teens; Office; Military Princess; Officer in Future Teachers; Art Service Club; Vikingettes; Senior Pub SCHMIEDEKE, CHERYL Birthdate: September 4, 1944 Birthplace: Columbia, North Carolina Honor Roll, 2-Years; Senior Pub; Counselor's and Library Assistant; Assemblies SEGURA, JOSE LUIS Birthdate: August 11, 1943 Birthplace: Piedras Negtas, Coahuila, Mexico Military, 5-Years; Officer in ROTC, "C' Company Commander; Drill Platoon, 2-Years; Military Honor Wreath; Ribbons and Awards SHERMAN, HARVEY LEE Birthdate: March 28, 1944 Birthplace: Decatur, Alabama Honor Roll; Track; National Honor Society SHEPHERD, KENNETH Birtlm'ate: August 8, 1943 Birthplace: Boswell, Indiana ROTC; Drill Platoon 64 SIMS, JEFF Birtbdate: July 21, 1944 Birtlaplace: Dallas, Texas SMITH, JAMES DONALD Birtladate: May 24, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas "B" Team Football; uA" Team Football, 1-Yr. Letterman; 11B" Team Basketball; "A" and "B" Team Baseball, 2-Yr. Letterman, Honorable Men- tion All City 1961; VIKING Personality, 3-Years; Library Assistant; Projectionist; Assemblies; Honor Roll STAMPHILL, JOHN Bz'rtbdate: October 5, 1943 Birthplace: Clarksville, Texas TANNER, CHARLES MARIE Birthdate: June 8, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes; Concert Choir; Assemblies; Y-Teens TAQUINO, RAE GENE Birthdate: August 19, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council, Secretary; Vikingette, Lt.; Senior Class Secretary; Choir; National Honor Society; Honor Roll; VIKING Beauty; Assemblies; Val- entine Princess; Personality for VIKING 3-Yrs.; Latin Club Awards; VIKING Salutes THOMAS, ALLEN NEIL Birlbdate: April 26, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track, 2-Years; "B" Team Football; Honor Roll; Senior Executive Committee; Vice-President of Senior Class; VIKING Personality, 1-Year THORSHEIM, MARTY Birthdate: March 11, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Junior Achievement, 3-Yrs. TILFORD, LANA Birthdate: June 25, 1943 Birthplace: Louisville, Kentucky WALKER, MICHAEL PATRICK Birthdate: December 13, 1943 Bimflaplare: Dallas, Texas WALL, TOMMY Birthdate: May,17, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Letterman, 1-Year WALLACE, LINDA Birthdate: September 19, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Vikingettes; Concert Choir; Senior Pub Staff; Fu- ture Teachers Club; Y-Teens; Junior Achievement; Assemblies; Honor Rolls WALLER, DIANNA LEA Birthdate: December 13, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas VIKING Personality; 2-Yrs.; Vikingettes; Basket- ball Queen; Honor R0115; Assemblies; VIKING Beauty Contest, 3rd Place41960, Semifinalist4 1961, Semifinalist41962 TIPTON, CAROLYN Birthdate: June 10, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Assemblies; ND. Speakers; Student Council TODD, MARY CATHERINE Birtlniate: November 12, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas TURNBULL, DENNIS Bz'rlbdate; February 6, 1944 Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma ROTC, 3-Yrs.; Officer, Drill Platoon, Cadet Colonel, Ribbons and Awards; Sophomore Person- ality; Track Team; Key Club President, '61; Student Council, Parliamentarian; Homeroom Pres- ident, 2-Yrs,; Senior Executive Council; Junior Traffic Commission; National Honor Society TYLER, WES Bii'tbdale: January 26, 1944 Bir-tlyplaze: Dallas, Texas Golf Team, 3-Yrs., Basketball; Football; Library Assistant; Projectionist; ROTC; Quiz 'Em 0n the Air Team; ROTC Awards; Compass WARE, DIANE Birtbdafe: February 23, 1944 Birtbplate: Decatur, Texas Honor Rolls; Perigon Club; Library Assistant WARREN, JUDITH ANNE Birllydale: February 4, 1944 Birthplace: Marlin, Texas Co-Editor of the VIKING Staff; Senior Class Personality; Vikingettes, 2-Years; Mistress of Cer- emonies of 1961-62 VIKING Beauty Assembly; Assemblies; Quill and Scroll, 2-Yrs.; VIKING Salutes; Baseball Princess, 1962; Junior Red Cross Council; Homeroom Vice-President; Y-Teens; Honor Rolls; Nurse Assistant; Bible Award; Na- tional Honor Society WILLIAMS, BILLIE JEAN Bz'rtbdzzte: March 28, 1944 Birthplace: Natchitoches, Louisiana Pep Club; Y-Teens WILLIAMS, DON Birthdate: March 13, 1962 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Right: ZAPATA, JENARO Birthdate: January 2, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track, 3-Yrs., Letterman, 2-Yrs.; Latin Club, Praetor; Senior Executive Committee; ROTC; Football Manager; Junior Rotarian Club; Natiom a1 Honor Society Nancy Hildbrandt looks as if she is doing some hard work in the Attendance Office. The New Student Mary Harris, Linda McCown, Julie French, and Annette Rice introduce Mergatroid the Skeleton to the Biology Class. 66 WILLIAMS, NANCY Birthdate: October 31, 1943 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Future Teacher; Y-Teens; Honor Rolls; Latin Club, Consul Minor; Honor Society; Junior Achievement; Bible Award; Dean Assistants WRIGHT, CURTIS MARTIN Bz'rlbdate: August 24, 1944 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society; Band; SPQR, Latin Club, 4 President and Treasurer, Aeta Sigma Phi Award; VIKING Staff, Military Editor; Compass Staff, Copy Editor; VIKING Salutes; ROTC, Cadet Lieutenant, Awards and Ribbons; Honor Rolls; Projectionist; Slide Rule Club; Perigon Club; Li- brary Assistant; Orchestra; Senior Pub Staff; Quill and Scroll ggy Karger and James Cundiff try on a friendly U4 conversation the halls between Classes. 4 Communism. trip to Hawaii. 4 4 67 4 4 4 4 4 4 4Mary Todd introduced Dr. Kerr in Assembly, Who gave us a talk on Shelly Jones shows off her souvenirs from her 4 68 All these gymnastic girls are victims of "tired blood" during their 2nd period Gym class. "It looked so easy in the Cook Book," wailed Senior cooks Sue Peacock, Carol Jones, Gaila Britt, and Peggy Karger. "But we paid our Senior assessment fee, Miss Berry!" exclaim Gaylia Garrett and Gwyn Compton. These Senior girls pose in their natural "beautiful" state in the early part of the year at a slumber party. Anne Newsome, following studies in many countries, Came to North Dallas as a Senior and served the school well. 69 70 The intellectual power of first period drill team girls is put to a test on homework. t2: AIl work and no play makes the Senior Pub," admit Gwen McMath, Kay Roten, and Susan Cronkhite. "Oh, come now, it can't be that bad!" The students of Mrs. Humphrey's sixth period semor English class seem thoroughly baffled. "Yeah, I'm a senior! Wanta make somethin' of it?" questions Mike Miller as the photographer approaches. Rae Gene Taquino and Joyce Garner display "toothpaste" smiles when they learn that they are the leads in the senior play. 7l Underclassmen 73 74 John Adams Carol Bardin Yolanda Barron Janie Bates L x Norman Akins Beatrice Avalos Floradine Bishop Pete Andres Susan Baker Shirley Blair Nancy Barber Dottie Blasingame Judy Armstrong Sue Barber Martha Bonhomme Leona Ashcraft Edward Barnett Suzanne Bartlett Jerry Bradley Jim Briscoe Robert Brunson Freddy Campos Larry Brockman Betty Bryan Ricky Brothers Linda Bryant Linda Buchannan Chester Brown Janice Buckels Juniors meet in the study hall to decide the plans for the Christmas Dance. Amparo Cantu Sheri Coleman Maxine Carter Sarah Cole Betty Chatten gig Joe Colunga Path Claunch Ronnie Craver Georgia Brunson Sandy Bullard Janice Cleveland 75 Juniors Visit the Sta Donna Craze Mary Cutler Janie Davis Susan Dean Suzy DeGaw Olga Delgado Olivia Diaz Fred Dobbes Gilbert Duval Charlie Eaton 1 Michael Edwards Stanley Edwards Linda Ellis David Emmett Roger Ernst Lynne Farless Ramona Flores Kay Fooshee Huntyce Forgy Murray Fox Frances Frizzell Judy Garcia Frank Garrett Pat Garrett air of Texas Gloria Garza Gary Gibson Linda Gilbert Paul Giles Earl Ray Gilliam Marilynn Gillilan John Gilliland Mona Gomez Joe Gonzales Mary Gonzales Clare Goulding Edmund Gray James Gresham David Grimm Virginia David Hackler As tall as he is, Jimmy Elder can't Mary Sue Hanby Melody Handley Grzywinski compare with "Big Tex." Celia Hanna Paulette Hanson Jimmy Harper Phyllis Harris Johnny Harrelson Mary Hawkins 77 Anita Hebert Alice Henderson Jerry Henderson Edward Hernandez Pam Hill Jimmy Howe Elizabeth Hulsey Tommy Hunsaker Janie Ingram Georgia Inman Ricky Jackson uniors Enjoy the Snow . . . Johnny Adams shows some of the Junior boys the art of snow-ball throwing. Roy Jackson Rufus Jara Larry Jenkins Darlene Johnson Gary Jones David Jones Delores Jones June Jordon Mary Lou Kelly Rodney King Dorothy Kirby Gwen Kubin Judy Lacey Mollie Lacey Linda Lang Suzanne Le Noir Judy Gail Lewis Marilyn Gillilan, Gwen Kubin, Janie Ingram, June Jordon, and Sarah Cole don't seem to mind getting out of school a little early because of the weather. David Lewis Judy Liles Tommy Lister Jerry Love Nancy Loyd Pat Lyons 79 Juniors Pass Their Exams fo Beco Juanelle Lozano Frank Luna Janet McAnaIly judy McFarling Linda McGibboney Karla McLerran Mary Macaulay Maggie Maldonado Anna Marie Marino Mark Martel Eugene Martinez Linda Mastin Linda Mathena Diane Mayes Janet Miller Sandra Miller Tommy Mitchell Billy Mullins Junior girls laugh at Mona G0 tale of woe as they gather in the during exams. xH Jimmy Munoz Tommy Nance Scutter Newton Judy Niederhofer 80 Martha Nunez Steve Noble Irma Olivo Henry Ondrusek Diane Pace George Padilla Katherine Parma Dan Payne Diane Pellam Howard Pennington Dianathia Pickard Franklin Pinson Penny Pribble Darlene Rector Robert Reid Lois Richardson Stuart Robertson Calvin Rogers Margie Rogers Gloria ROdriqueZ Pat Roduiquez Stephen Joan Shirato Marsue SChwilIe Scarborough Rand Shotwell Billy Sides Evelyn Sifford Louise Slater Linda Smith Millie Smith 8l Kay Stovall Joy Sullivant Carolyn Swindle Freddy James Freddy Thompson Mike Thompson Thompson :7 ' Lana Thomas Sara Tulley Ernestine Tutt Brenda Tyler Eddie Van Hattum Sharon Vaughan Ann Wagnon Carolyn Walker Beckie Washbum Neva Washbum Jimmy Wilder Wayne Wilder James Williams Larry Williams Wally Wilson Mary Whittenback Peggy Whitworth Marvin Yeakle Linda Young Mike Young Linda Zastoupil Carol Shanks Underclassmen Sign Here . . . Sophomores ,L Arthur Adame John Adams Kay Adams Rebecca Allen Wanda Allen Margaret Algarin at John Anderson L'Roy Anderson Leonard Angel Mary Beth Austin Benito Barrera Diane Berhard Shirley Black Mary Blalock Larry Blaser Patti Blasingame Linda Bledsoe Doris Brown 39 ? i w Paul Bowers Lola Boyd Tommy Briscoe Joe Buentello Sharon Bunch Leonor Camacho Lenora Campos Carolyn Cannon Allen Cantwell Jerry Carder Eunice Carpenter Mike Carter 84 Charlie Cervantes James Chaves Matilda Chavez Gloria Chavoya Georgia Christie Richard Clark x jimmy Cloyes Arlene Colbert Carolyn Coulter Richard Contreras Gary Cooper Lydia Cortez ophomores En roll Sophomores look tense as they are welcomed by Mr. Whittlesey. Gary Courson April Cox Annette Craze Clyde Creighton David Crowder Sandra Crowder Dolores Cuello Lois Curry Pat Curry Myrna Davila Ann Davis Doris Davis 85 Sophomores Make Anxious Students Georgia Davis Andra Day Sandra Day Larry the la Marre Mary Jo Dickerson Diana Dismore Elaine Dismore Susan Dotson Ellen Duvall Susan Eulens Pam Everett Mary Flynn Jimmy Ford Mike Foreman Carol France Bob Francis Roger Frith Carmen Garza 86 Salvador Garza Pam Gerke Barbara Gilbert Louis Gonzales Lupe Gonzales Margaret Gonzales Pat Gonzales Elizabeth Gordon Marlene Gosche James Graves German Green Jesse Guerrero Mary Helen Margaret Gurther Gilbert Gutierrez Orest Carol Hahn Bobby Hall Guevana Gwozdziowski A group of sopohmore girls start their first day at ND. 87 gs Susan Hall Brenda Hanes Jeannie Harris Prissy Harris Becky Heath Lupe Hernandez Sarah Hildebrandt Sandra Hobson Melinda Hogan Molly Hogden Larry Holloway Hattie Holloway Lana Huddleston Jim Jackson Billie Jimmerson Boyd Johnson : 88 Shirley Johnson Susie Jung Rick King Roberta Kramer Barbara Kunc Gary Langston James Lanier Ronnie Lappe Ralph Lara Bill Latridge I Richie Leptic Janice Lewis Donny Linn Mickey Lister Ben Loring Nancy Love Shirley McDowell Leslie McGehie Kathy McGovern Martha McGuffey Katie McGuire ls Jeanne Maca Carmella Madden Maurice Main Carmen Maldonado Brenda Martin Norman Martin Alfred Martinez John Martinez Lydia Martinez Jane May Melody Meade Julie Meyers 89 ophomores 232$ f Ruthy Meyers Mary Alice Meza Larry Miller Paul Mills Claudette Millsaps Bill Mims Luis Mora Richard Morris Sheila Morris Otis Morse Carolyn Mott Nedah Moyer John Mullendore Ann Mullinix Daryl Nance Shirley Neal Reba Nichol Marilyn Nichools Carole Ogawa Judy Orr Sue Osbume Bill Owen Daniel Palomo Frances Payne Jimmy Peddy Delores Peersh Edith Pellam Ronnie Pinchard Marcia Flatt Linda Pope Mike Powell Lynda Prachyl Margaret Price Ruby Pruitt Ann Ramsey Sandra Reeves Marilyne Renfro juez Reyes Linda Reynolds Graham Richardson Linda Richardson Virginia Riggs Kay Rislov Elizabeth Rodgers Mark Rosenblatt Ronny Roten Ralph Rozie s? L . . L Kaye Rucker Edward Saldana Marcos Sanchez Fred Sandoval Nancy Schick Brenda Schmidt Linda Searcy Evelyn Seibert Brenda Seitzler Robert Shepard Sara Siggins Diana Silva 9I Sophomores Participate in $cho Ronnie Skipworth Susan Slater Sara Smart Freda Smith Cheryl Smith Sandy Southard Bobby Speer Mary Stanphill Robert Stames Cathy Stevenson Pat Stewart Jyl Stiles Marilyn Stults Nancy Taber Joye Terrell Kerry Thompson Ronnie Tishmacher Hal Ussery Folger Vallette Rita Vanliew The Pep Club helps boost the school spirit Sharon Vandygriff Susie Washbum Bill White pep assemblies and football games. 92 ch'vifies Ray White Wayne White Approximately eighty girls tried out for Vikingettes in January. Here the girls were receiving some last minute instructions. Larry Whitman Jerry Whitson Tim Whittaker Betty Williams Judy Williams Rosemary Williams Joe Wolf Karen Wommack Hope Wood Joella Wright Jim Yarbrough Glynda Yeakle Lynda Yeakle Lynn Young David York Patty Ziegler Jackie McQuagge Joe Nelson 93 95 SANDY HILL enior Favorite BILL BRUMLEY Senior Favori e 97 98 RONNIE JAMES DONALD CARTER Senior SHELLEY JONES DON SMITH EDWARD POETSCHKE LINDA JONES LINDA MCCOWN BETH REEDER ALLEN THOMAS 99 Senior Class Personalities JUDY WARREN CHARLES GIDION RONNIE GRUBBS Junior Favori es 1 i JOHNNY ADAMS 7 - ' ' ' IOI l02 JUNE JORDON STEVE SCARBOROUGH Junior Class , Personalities MARILYN GILLILAN JESSIE LOPEZ JIMMY HOWE MARY WITTENBACK FRANK GARRETT NORMAN AKINS TOMMY MITCHELL LINDA ELLIS l03 Sophomore Favorites SHIELA MORRIS TOMMY BRISCOE l04 Sophomore Class Personalities DON SMITH SUSAN HALI. w . CHARLES CERVANTES PAM EVERETT HAROLD JONES KM SARAH HILDEBRANDT LARRY BLASER l05 Sophomore Class Personalities I If . BILL WHITE JANIS PROBECK BOB F RANCIS RUTHY MEYERS lOb 1 96 1-62 Basketball Queen MISS PAM HILL Elected by Student Body 1 961 -62 Homecomin Queen MISS JANIE HYDE Elected by Student Body 1961-62 Baseball Queen MISS BRENDA SCHMITZ Elected by Student Body 1961-62 Military Queen MISS PAM HILL Elected by Military I08 1961-62 Valentine Queen MISS LINDA JONES Elated by Student Body 1961-62 Key Club Sweetheart MISS SUSAN PARK Eleried by Key Club l09 Senior Best AH-Round Elected by tlw Faculty SUSAN PARK HO Elected by tbe Pam y BILLY BRUMLEY Paul Newman Judged the Dolls. rica Amg im aha , :1 that 33ta :1 2:356 W :1 231 ll2 First Runn'9r4-UP MISS MARSUE SCHWILLE r-Up n u R d MISS LINDA McCOWN W Th The 1961-62 mg Vi MISS SANDRA CROWDER MISS JOYCE GARNER MISS JANIE HYDE Il8 Beauty emi-Finalists MISS RUTHY MEYERS MISS BRENDA RAY MISS CAROL REED ll9 MISS NANCY SCHICK MISS KAY STOVALL 120 Behind the Scenes: LAST MINUTE FRUSTRATIONS'. Mary Tom Harris, Judy Warren, and Janie Hyde take a breather while making preparations for the Beauty Assembly. CONFUSION REIGNS backstage 1mong the Viking Beauty Nominees. ,1; . VIKING Sponsor, Miss Mildred Dew, adds her congratulations for a "job" well done. l23 196 1-62 Fi Mosi BILLY BRUMLEY TOMMY BRISCOE I26 for LIanclsome DAVID JONES CHARLES CERVANTES BILL WHITE l27 l29 STEVE EDWARDS for ABILITY. The records show that Steve is a baseball handler of extraordinary talent. Last year Steve was named All-City Pitcher. JACK HILL for VERSATILITY. An honor studen Jack has given admirable service to the school by servin as President of the Student Body and by taking active pa: in various school organizations. DENNIS TURNBULL for INTEGRITY. As Cadet Group Commander of the ROTC, Dennis has executed his office With great faithfulness and conscientiousness. I30 The 1962 VIKING Salutes . . . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS for ENTHUSIASM. Rae Gene Taquino, Billy Brumley, and Allan Thomas have worked diligently to make this Senior class the best ever. THE MAJORETTES for TALENT. Sharon Vandygriff, Aundrea Aldridge, and Gwyn Compton have gracefully shown their special talent as an asset to themselves and to the school. l3l FALL OFFICERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. This term's group of leaders included: Susan Park, Trea urer; Janie Hyde, Vice-President; Billy Brumley, President; Marilyn Eidt, Secretary. CHARLES APPLE HERMAN CAMPOS FOOTBALL CAPTAINS for STAMINA. This year's captains served faithfully, in a fashion honorable to the school, through an unsuccessful season. I32 SPRING OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. They are Charles Cole, Treasurer; Gaylia Garrett, resident; Paul Platt, Vice-President; and Rose Ann Griswald, Secretary. DONALD CARTER for SPIRIT. His originality and unflagging enthusiasm as head cheerleader have earned for Donald the respect of the entire school. l33 ,m. m W n WM m -, a E f x; m 'sxnw B H mm gnu 7,, w E M ,L mg; mm w; mi N 5 133 HfoihHiY" I n W: -x w ?mmux 47v .xs ,ksz The 1962 VIKING Salutes . . RICHARD RHEDER 21nd GAYLIA GARRETT for LOYALTY. Richard and Gaylia have served the student body loyally as Co-Editors-in-Chief of the 1961-62 Compass. BILL WYNN and HUNTYCE FORGY for MUSICAL SKILL. These two award-winning musicians were chosen to represent North Dallas in the City-Wide DaI-High Symphony. I34 DON SMITH for SUCCESS. D was chosen in a school-election as N Athlete of the Year. ETA SIGMA PHI XWINNERS for ACHIEVEMENT. These seniors Myra Flowers, Harriett Jennings, Marilyn Eidt, and Curtis Wright were elected to this national honorary for maintaining above a 3.5 average in four years of Latin. VIKINGETTE LEADERS for LEADERSHIP. Captain Susan Park, assisted by Lieutenants Joyce Garner and Rae Gene Taquino, kept high the welI-known standards of the Vikingettes this year. I35 I36 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE for ORIGINALITY. This year's Junior Class is one of the few classes ever to organize under the guidance of an EXECUTIVE COM- MITTEE and sponsor. This yeafs members include, Steve Scarborough, Jimmy Howe, John Adams, Dennie Davis, Suzy DeGaW, Gwen Kubin, and sponsor, Mr. Gene Coppedgei The 1962 VIKING Salutes . . . JUDY WARREN and JANIE HYDE for DEVO- TION. Both Janie and Judy have untiringly filled their duties as Co-Editors 0f the 1962 VIKING. MARY ANN RIGGS for SERVICE. As Editor of the 1961-62 Compass, Mary Ann faithfully upheld her innumerably varied responsibility, SUZANNE BARTLETT for VOCAL ACHIEVE- ENT. In a city-wide contest Suzanne won fame for erself by receiving a first division voice award. JIM PETERSON for MILITARY SKILLS. As leader of the Drill Platoon, the Norsemen, Jim Peter- son has helped maintain the standards of this organi- zation. I37 JIM GILES for DEPENDABILITY. As a VI- KING Staff photographer, Jim has always been avail- able whenever he is needed. MIKE FOREMAN for DEPENDABILITY. Mike completed his first year as staff photog- rapher with a special salute from all the staff members. AUNDREA ALDRIDGE for TWIRLING HONORS. Following two years as one of ND,S Majorettes, Aundrea received two first place medals and superior ratings at the annual Jeffer- son contest. I38 The 1962 VIKING Salutes . . . MIKE KELLEY for DRUM MAJOR SKILL. Mike served the school well as drum major of the . 1961 Bulldog Band. JUNIOR ROTARIANS for SOCIAL REPRESENTATION. These boys went to Rotary Club each week as representatives of North Dallas. Among this year's Junior Rotarians were Jenaro Zapata, Bill Brumley, and Herman Campos. I39V I40 THE VIKI THE S LUTES R CLASS l4! Organizations I43 Student Council ML Seldom 5, Jack Hill Billy Brumley Dennis Turnbull Rae Gene Hutchinson Prelidenl Vire-Prexident Parliamentarian Taquino 5110mm Sen'etary Larry Blaser Jo Ann Brockr PURPOSE The purpose of the Student Council's to provide for student participation in school government, to better understanding between faculty and students, to contribute to the educational growth of the student body, and to foster and promote democracy as a way of life. Donald Carter Harry Crowder Kathryn Currin Suzy De Gaw Linda Ellis Carol Frana Joyce Garner Mary Gonzales Brenda Hanes Johnny Harrelson Homer Holcomb Janie Hyde arry Jenkins Donna Jones anice Lewis 'uthy Meyers ack Ramsey Sharon Loring Mark Martel Martha Nunez Judy Orr Steve Scarborough Nancy Schick Harriet Jennings June Jordon Judy Liles Nedah Moyer Elizabeth Rodgers Kathy Parma Marsue Schwille Rita Pinckard Wally XX'ilson I45 The Viking Chapter X NATIONAL ' PURPOSE The purpose of the NHS is to rec-l ognize pupils Who are outstanding in scholJ arship, leadership, character, and service. REQUIREMENTS A NHS member must have a 2.5 or higher average and be outstanding in th four qualities listed above. Miss Ethel Masters Spamm- Marilyn Eidt Secretary Billy Brumley Prendent Janie Hyde Vice-Preyz'dent Susan Park TreaJm-er Bob Abel Aundrea Aldri Beverly Amos Susie Asel Jo Ann Brock Charles Cole Gwyn Compton Curtis Corley Bessie Davis Marty Dunkin Myra Flowers Charles Freema Joyce Garner Gaylia Garrett Rose Ann Gris a National Honor Society e told you our books would help you," say Miss ClEo Irish and Miss Wilma Chapman lembers of the National Honor Society, as they try on the robes. Margaret Hearst Jack Hill 'arriet Jennings Paul Platt Harvey Sherman Rae Gene Taquino Nancy Williams Curtis Wright Members of National Honor Society initiated in the fall induction of 1961 I47 Senior Executive CommiHee PURPOSE The purpose of the Senior Ex- ecutive Committee is to promote the proper school spirit and loyalty among members of the senior class and to encourage the participation of the student body in all school activities. Miss Imogen Berry Spomor Jack Pugh Linda Jones Susie Asel C laaimzmz Secretary Billy Brumley Prexidem of Senior Clan Gwyn Compton Bessie Davis Marilyn Eidt Janie Hyde Shelley Jones- Tena Nelson Rae Gene Taquino, Serremry-Treamrer of Senior Clan Allen Thomas, VicerPr-ejident of Senior Chm Dennis Turnbull The Senior Executive Committee appears busy coun Jenaro Zapata votes for the senior class officers. Red Cross Council PURPOSE The purpose of th6 Red Cross is to give all students who are interested in helping others an organization through Which to work. ' Winifred Dennie Davis umphrey Prejz'denl Tpomar Roddy Blake : i Sharon Vaughan Joan Schirato Karla McLerran Vice-Preyident Secretary Tremurer udy Armstrong Andra Day ola Boyd Sandra Day usan Eilers ynne Farless ack Hill anie Ingram une Jordon Gwen Kubin Don Peacock Dianthia Pickard Lois Richardson Mary Ann Riggs I49 "Have Routines: l50 North Dallas Vik FIRST ROW: Captain Susan Park, Lieutenants Joyce Garner and Rae Gene Taquino. SECOND ROW: M Gillilan, Janet Miller, Anna Marie Marino, Joy Sullivant, Sharon Loring, Mary Whittenback, Dottie Blasin Sarah Cole, Pat Rodriguez, Lois Richardson, Iva Lynn Harrelson, Sharon Vaughan. THIRD ROW: Mrs. 1V Grice, Kay Roten, Beth Reader, Rita Pinckard, Susan Cronkhite, Sue Clements, Linda Zastoupil, Susie Asel, I Williams, Sherri! Rose, Gwen Kubin, Ernestine Tutt, Dennis Davis, Carol Bardin, Tena Nelson. FOURTH F es - 1961-1962 - W111 Perform " I arion White, Sally Goodwin, Nancy Hildebrandt, Beth Raney, Cheryl Fox, Charles Marie Tanner, Karla ran, Rachel Lewis, Kay Stovall, Sue Peacock, Annette Rice, Judy Warren, Sheri Coleman, Suzy DeGaW, Judy FIFTH ROW: Pat Claunch, Marsue Schwille, Adele Cole, Kay Miller, Rose Ann Griswold, Carol Richardson, t Jennings, Carol Shanks, Shelly Jones, Larica Latimer, Donna Gay, Sue Barber, Marilyn Eidt, Kathleen Pad- Linda Wallace, June Jordan, Ruby Jo Blackman, Lynne Farless. 151 The Vikingettes warm-up behind the Mobil Stage at Fair Park as they await their per- formance time. The Vikingettes receive their drill team pic- tures. "Cheer up! They cant be that bad." Captain Susan Park leads the Vikingettes as they appear to be in perfect step With the music. Little Kimberly Roten, Vikingette Mascot, poses with the Vikingettes. Viking Chapter of Future Teachers K m s. Rix Ridley Sandy Hill Marsue Schwille Sheri Coleman Spomm' Presidenl Fiml Second Vire-Prejidezzt Vite-Prexidem Susie Asel Susa Cronkhite Kay Miller Kay ROten Nancy Barber Maxine Carter airwpmzdilzg Recording Ti'eaxm'er Hinarian Secrezmy Secrelm'y PURPOSE The Future Teachers As- sociation's purpose is to inter- est young men and women in teaching as a career, to pro- vide members with experiences, and to develop qualities and aptitudes basic to successful teaching. rances Frizzell Sally Goodwin Susan Huddleston Carlene Kinnan Joy Sullivant Linda Wallace andra Miller Nedah Moyer Bonnie Ray Linda Searcy l53 North Dallas Band FIRST ROW: Charles Price, Joe Gon- zales, Drum Major Mike Kelly, Mar jorette Sharon Vandergriff, Majorette Gwyn Compton, Head Majorette Aun- drea Aldridge, Asst. Drum Major Bill Wynn. SECOND ROW: Donna Murphey, Glynda Yeakle, Nancy Lloyd, Kay Adams, Nettie Holloway, Sharon Robertson, Band Director Mr. Forgy. THIRD ROW: Calvin Rogers, Brenda Martin, Frances Frizzell, Kay Fooshee, Mary Sue Hanby, Lydia Cortez, Lynda Yeakle, Myrna Davila, Susan Eilers, Huntyce Forgy, Daryel Nance, Sandy Day, Ann Davis, Sharon Bunch, De- lores Grindstaff, Pat Lyon. FOURTH ROW: Kerry Carpenter, Max- ine Carter, Mary Souza, Bill McKoy, Susan Huddleston, Stuart Robertson, Leslie McGehee, Gary Baker, Danny Lynn, James Graves, Mark Martel, Juanelle Lozano, Jerry Love, George Padilla, Manuel Alva. FIFTH ROW: Mike Foreman, Rodney King7 Paul Platt, Roger Miller, Pat Layne, Jim Yarbrough, Larry Hallo- way, Curtis Wright, Jimmy Elder, Leslie Coe, Richard Reeder, Rodney King, Frank Brister, Jesse Lopez, Tom Mendez. l54 ulnth' ' W m I Outdoors and . . . Motionless majorettes watch the band as th await their turn to perform. Mike Kelley, drum major, leads the hand during early-moming summer rehearsal. . . . Indoors The band practices at the crack of dawntH. "Oooh! My back," says Drum Major Mike Kelley, the only drum major in Dallas that does the backbend on the field. N.D. Speakers Mr. Billy Watson, Spomor, Suzanne Bartlett, Jo Ann Brockman, Jerry Carder. Arlene Colbert Georgia Christe Marty Dunkin Betty Chatten Bessie Davis Janie Ingram Steve Noble Huntyce Forgy Rose Ann Griswold Betty Hernandez Sharon Loring Pat Lyon Ronny Nash I57 George Padilla Carolyn Tipton Don Williams North Do "We Promote FIRST ROW: Lieutenants: Elizabeth Rogers, Nedah Moyer, Anita Hebert. Captain Betty Chatten. Lieutenants: L Thomas, Mona Gomez, Carol Bullard. SECOND ROW: Jackie McQuagge, Kathy Stevenson, Linda Prachyl, I. Olivio, Christine Esquivel, Melinda Hogan, Lupe Gonzales, Olivia Diaz, Yolanda Barron, Irene Torrez, Rosali Trevino. THIRD ROXW: Sandy Bullard, Katy McGuire, Patti Blasingame, Gloria Chavoya, Diane Bernhard, Rem Allen, Carolyn Cannon, Mary Flynn, Pamela Gerke, Jane Currin. FOURTH ROW: Janice Lewis, Carmela Mack Clare Goulding, Rita Van Liew, Ann Wagnon, Pam Everett, Molly Lacey, Elizabeth Gordon, Evelyn Seibert, Bre Hanes, Nancy Shick. FIFTH ROW: Janet McAnaIly, Georgia Davis, Anna Yates, Frances Frizzell, Susan Dot: l58 School Spirit. " tilda Chavez, Mary Gonzales, Amparo Cantu, Kay Rislov, Janie Ingram. SIXTH ROW: Sandra Crowder, Linda is, Susan Dean, Martha Bonhomme, Judy Wiggins, Claudette Millsaps, Betty Bryan, Melinda Broughton, Gloria driquez, Linda Searcy. SEVENTH ROW: Lana Huddleston, Sarah Hildebrandt, Ruthy Meyers, Arlene Colbert, da Pope, Janis Probeck, Prissy Harris, Delores Cuello, Judy Williams, Janice Cleveland, Yolanda Morino. HTH ROW: Peggy Whitworth, Billie Williams, Inez Reyes, Linda Richardson, Kay Rucker, Susie Washbum, nda Seitzler, Sara Siggins, Joye Terrell, Patti Zeigler, Millie Smith, Melody Handley. l59 Mrs. Marion Suzy DeGaw Tommy Briscoe Ramsey Prexiderzt M12 Y-Teem Spmzmr PURPOSE The purpose of the Y-Teens is to help girls to grow as persons in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. Mary Whittenback June Jordan Susan Park Program Chairman Service Chairman Chaplain Sheri Coleman Sarah Cole Julie French Abigail Angeles Judy Armstrong Interrlub Calmril Treamrer Secretary Reprarematiue Ruby J0 Blackmon Melinda Broughton Carol Bullard Sandy Bullard Maxine Carter tty Chatten t Claunch e Clements zan Cronkhite ma Davila Dennie Davis Ellen Duvall Pam Everett Carol Hahn ml France Susan Hall Brenda Hanes Iva Lynn Harrelson Mary Hawkins Gwen Kubin Barbara Kure Anna Marie Marino Molly Lacey Sharon Loring lbl Bridget McSOrIey Ruthy Meyers Janet Miller Judy Neiderhofer Millie Smith Kay Stovall Lana Thomas Ernestine Tutt Peggy Whitworth Judy Wiggins Mamie Nuncio Martha Nunez Penny Pribble Beth Reeder Pat Rodriquez Elizabeth Rogers Lois Richardson Kay Rucker Nancy Schick Linda Zastoupil Pan-American Club PURPOSE The aim of the Pan-American Club is to encourage respect for, and tolerance toward, all nationalities in the Americas. This is best done by learning more about the Spanish-speaking countries, their people, customs, language, and culture. Herlinda i Garza i PreJidelzt i Lynne Farless Sarah Nunez Judy Lewis Stuart Robertson Vire-President Secretary Treamrer Club Reporter 1 Pedro Chavez Olga Delgado Olivia Diaz Suzanne LeNoir Graham Richardson Pat Rodriquez Brenda Tyler Sharon Vaughn nie Nuncio Bill Wynn Key Club PURPOSE The Key Club is a service or- ganization of North Dallas High School Sponsored by the Kiwanis Mr. Gene Coppedge Ronnie Grubbs Spamm' Prejidenl CIUb' Billy Brumley Dennis Turnbull Treamrer Imemalimml Trmtee John Adams Herman Campos Roy Jackson Ronnie James David Jones Jesse Lapez Tommy Mitchell lb Don Parks Don Peacock Jim Peterson Edward Poetschke 4 Donald. Carter Charles Fr Vire-PreJidem Serra; Charles Cole Ronnie Cr: Harry Crowd Frank Garret Edmund Gray Jack Hill Homer Holcc Jack Ramsey Wayne Wilde La Jusfesse PURPOSE The purpose of the TRI-HI-Y is to seek to maintain, create, and extend high standards of Christian character for ourselves and our home, school, and community. Miss Pat Patterson Sponsor Marsue Schwille, Prexidenl Carol Bardin, Chaplain Betty Chatten, Sergemzt-al-Arm; Sheri Coleman, Hixtm'ian June Jordan Vice-Preiident Joan Schirato Dottie Blasingame Secretary Dennie Davis Pam Hill Carol Shanks Kay Stovall Suzy De Gaw Treaiurer Members of the La Justesse Tri-Hi-Y meet to make future plans for a slumber party. Miss Millie Dew Sponsor Suzy DeGaw Organization; and Sport; Edizm' Nancy Hildebrandt Adverliiing Editor The Viking Staff Janie Hyde Co-Editor Linda Donnell Emblem Manager Myrna Davila Co-Organizatiorz Editor Judy Warren Co-Editor Mary Harris Faculty and Senior Edilar Mike Foreman Photographer PURPOSE The purpose of the Vikinl. Staff is to plan and edit the Nortl Dallas yearbook. REQUIREMENTS Each Viking staff memh must maintain a C average, sell certain amount of advertising, an show a genuine interest in the put lication. Curtis Wright Military and Viking Salute; Editor Jim Giles Photographer Eddie Van Hattum appears to question What Miss Millie Dew is saying while Mary Ham's, Mike For- man, and Julie French seem to agree. Carol Bardin Staff Anixmm Susan Hall Brenda Hanes Co-Underrlaumen Edilon Marilynn Gillilan Staff Anixtmzl Ca-Sporlx Editor Sandra Crowder Janice Lewis Co-A ctiw'tiex Editor: Carol Shanks Slaff AJJiJZmzt Marilyn Gillilan, Carol Shanks, Suzy De Gaw, Carol Bardin, and Nancy Hildebrant make last minute checks on sections for the Viking's February 13 deadline. '67 Tout Le Monde TRI HI Mrs. Marion Janet Miller Sarah C916 Pat Claunch Ramsey Presidem Vite-Prendent Secretary Spamor Y PURPOSE The purpose of the TRI-HI-Y is to seek to Marilynn Gillilan maintain, create, and extend high standards of Chris- Trwm'er tian character for ourselves and our home, school, and community. Joy Sullivant Cbaplain Suzanne Bartlett Ernie Tutt seems to be day dreaming as the other members of the Tout Monde Tri-Hi-Y appear interested in what President Janet Miller is saying. Janie Ingram Dianathia Pickard Louise Slater Ernestine Tutt I68 Perigon Club PURPOSE The purpose of the Perigon Club is to promote interest in math. ematics. Stuart Robertson john Preiident Gilliland Vice-Prexidenl Bob Abel 55 Patricia Lynne Farless atterson S ecrelary onmr . p Larry Jenkms Goodwin Reporter v . reaxurer Ronme Agpalza Absumwhu- pinunuwmmadc uel Alva Susan Baker Bob Brunson id Grimm Iva Ilvnn Harrelson Tohnny Harrelson Ricky Jackson Frances Frizzell Rudolph Matthaei Rand Shotwell Concert Choir PIANISTS: Susie Asel, Charles Marie Tanner. FIRST ROW: Irma Olivio, Judy May, Sharon Loring, Sherril Rose, Scutter Newton, George Padilla, Jay Love; Carlos Rodrique' Frank Pinson, Ronnie Grubbs, Pat Harrison, Helen Kavanaugh, Yolanda Barron. SECOND ROW: Rae Gene Taquino, Linda B channan, Katherine Currin, Paulette Hanson, Adele Cole, Mark Martel, Gilbert Escamilla, Jim Pinson, Billy Gray, Marty Dunki Jo Ann Brockman, Reeva Owens. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Stults, Karla McLerran, Gaylia Garret, Gwen Kubin, Linda Wallac- Bill McKoy, Jesse Lopez, Wayne Jones, Paul Flatt, Joyce Garner, Margaret Hearst, Janice Cleveland, Herlinda Garza. FOURT- ROW: Suzanne Bartlett, Evelyn Sifford, Kay Miller, jack Ramsey, Harry Crowder, Jim Giles, Melvin Derr, Tommy Newman Charles Freeman, Paul Giles, Myra Flowers, Carol Richardson, Sue Barber. Miss Dorothy Warmack leads members of th. Concert Choir in a sixth period rehearsal. , SENIORS Accompanists: Susie A561, Charles Marie Tanner. FIRST ROXXV: Rae Gene Taquino, Judy May, Sharon Loring, Jo Ann Brockmnn, Marty Dunkin, Helen Kavanuugh, Rceva Owens, Pat Harrison. SECOND ROW: Kathryn Currin, Sherill Rose, Linda Wallace, Qaylia Gar- rett, Myra Flowers, Herlinda Gar- za. Margaret Hearst. THIRD ROW: Kay Miller, Adele Cole, Charles Freeman, Harry Crowder, Paul Giles, Ronnie Grubbs, Joyce Garner, Carol Richardson. FOURTH ROW: Jack Ramsey, Jim Pinson, Gilbert Escamilla, Tommy Newman, Melvin Derr, Billy Gray, XWayne Jones, Paul Platt, Bill MCKoy. JUNIORS IRST ROW: Irma Olivio, Jay ove, George Padilla, Jess Frank- in Pinson, Carlos Rodriquez, Yo- anda Barron. SECOND ROW: kinda Buchannan, Gwen Kubin, 1 arilyn Stultz, Paulette Hanson, anis Cleveland. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Bartlett, Karla McLermn, lesse Lopez, Jimmy Giles, Mark Martel, Sue Barber, Evelyn Sifford. The Concert Choir, dressed in harvest colors, performs for American Educa- tion Week. l7! SPQR PURPOSE Miss Ethel Masters The purpose of SPQR is to enable advanced Spomor Latin students to learn more of Roman customs, hab- its, and events than regular classtime and materials allow. Membership is only offered to those students who have advanced to Latin 5, 6, 7, 0r 8. Curtis Wright Marilyn Eidt Margaret Hearst Sarah Cole Susan Park Coma! Major Comm! Milmr Strilm Quaejzar Praetor Bob Abel Judy Armstrong Susan Baker Jerry Carder Gary Cooper Myra Flowers Huntyce Forgy Murray Fox Mary Sue Hanby Jimmy Harper Harriet Jenr Karla McLerran Tommy Newman Aubyn Shettle Kay Stovall Nancy Williams Jenaro Zapa Future Nurses Club ; Mrs. Clydia Steenson Spomor Virginia Jordan PreIidem Bessie Davis Carol Bullard Secretary-Treamrer PURPOSE Janice Buckels Sandy Bullard The purpose of the Future Nurs- es Club is to give to those young girls interested in nursing the opportunity to increase their knowledge of this field. Janie Davis Linda Donnell Christine Esquivel argaret Gunther Carol Hahn Beckie Jordan Barbara Kurc Mollie Lacey Juanelle Lozano amie Nuncio Mary Orr Bonnie Ray Susan Slater Beckie Washburn Neva Washbum I73 Compass Staff PURPOSE It is the pur- pose of the staff to publish THE COM- PASS for the students of North Dallas High School. Miss Mary Smith Gaylia Garrett Richard Rheder Mary Ann Riggs Clark Co-Edilor-izz-Claief Co-Edizor.in.Cbigf Editor Spomor Pat Harrison Georgia Pappas Bonnie Ray Anne Newsome Aninzml Editor Auiylmzt Editor Feature Edilor Anomaly Editor :1??ng ms Wm EM Cutting, proofreading, and pasting the dummy are these staff members. STANDING: Jim Peterson, Lynne Farless, Evelyn Sifford, Mary Macaulay, Maggie Maldanado, Susan Baker. SEATED: Judy Jenkins, Bessie Davis, Sue Turner, Judy Liles, Molly Lacey. I74 Jack Hill, Spam Editor Ruthie Meyers, Anixlmzl Spam Edilor Curtis Wright, Copy Editor Myra Flowers, Copy Editor The Triumvirate' of the Compass Staff checks over copy before the deadline hOur. SEATED: Gaylia Garrett and Richard Rheder. STAND- ING: Mary Ann Riggs. ie Nuncio Connie Elliot bange Editor Advertixing Manager nah Moyer Mike Foreman imam Manager Photographer of these students performs various duties on the Compass Staff STANDING: Curtis Wright, Mamie Nuncio, Cecilia Gomez, Mike -man; Bonnie Ray, Bob Abel. SEATED: Myra Flowers, Georgia Pappas, Pat Harrison, Anne Newsome. Art Club PURPOSE The purpose of the 'Art Club is to enable interested stu- dents to better serve North Dal- las through art and service projects pertaining to s'chool activities. Mrs. Ann Safranek Spmzwr Steve Nobl - Pren'dem Marty Dunkin Judy Pope Vire-Prexidem Serretary-Treamrer Abigail Angeles Shirley Black Georgia Brunson Freddy Campos Kerry Carpenter Georgia Christe Sue Clements Melvin Derr Olivia Diaz Kay Fooshee Julie French John Gilliland Sally Goodwin German Green Judy May Ruthy Meyers Inez Reyes Nancy Shick joye Terrell Mary Harris Linda McCown Sue Osborne Kay Roten Cathy Stevenson Jay Love Martha Nunez Sherill Rose Louise Slater andall Hogden ary Macaulay Annette Rice Sara Siggins Guy Skinner North Dallas Orchestra PURPOSE The purpose of the orchestra is to play concert music that IS hN.D.H.S. Style" for any purpose that music can be used. WWW... Wwwhm FIRST ROW: Huntyce Forgy, Sharon Vandergriff, Ann Davis, Sally Goodwin, Sharon Bunch, Brenda Martin, Mary Sue Hanbyl Pat Lyon. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Rogers, Sharon Robertson, Aundrea Aldridge, Gwen Compton, Nettie Holloway, Lydi Cortez. THIRD ROW: Mrh Paul Forgy, Bill Wynn, Rodney King, Calvin Rogers, Frank Brister, K6rry Carpenter, Roger Ernst, Mik Kelly, Pat Layne, Ben Contreras. i78 Secretary and Counselor Assistant Hi Li' FIRST ROW: Mary Macaulay, Joy Sullivant. Sarah Cole. Nancy Shick, Rita Pinckard, Sandra Cooksey, Linda' Zastoupil, Judy Lewis, SECOND ROXW: Mary Todd, Anita Hebert, Sarah Hildebrandt, Mrs. Edith Moyer; Secretary, Miss Ruth Fetterman; Counselor, Mrs Leora Gamer; Counselor Assistant, Adele Cole, Pat Claunch Dean's Assistanfs FIRST ROW: Cheryl Smith, Katy McGuire, Pam Everett, Mary Harris, Sherril Rose, Georgia Pappas, Nancy Williams, Linda Jones. Sandy Hill. SECOND ROW: Miss Louise Vandervort, Sue Peacock. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Do'rothy Hupfeld, Marsue Schwille, Mary Rocha, Abigail Angeles, Olga Delgado, Virginia Grzywinski, Mary Macaulay, Judy Wiggins, Anna Marie Marine, Julie French, Susan Dean, Linda Ellis, Mrs. JO Dismore. I79 Nursek Assistants SITTING: Glenda Richburg, Linda Ellis, Linda Pope, Mrs. Clydia Steenson. STANDING: Janie Davis, Beckie Washburn, Chen Fox, Virginia Jordan, Susan Dean, Neva XVashbum, Linda Reynolds. Proiech'onisfs FIRST ROW: Mike Thompson Don Smith Bill Deitrich Johnny Harrelson SECOND ROW: Miss Wynette Moore Larry Kennedy Larry Jenkins Bill XWhite Jenaro Zapata Tommy Nance Dennis Turnbull THIRD ROW: Wes Tyler Bill Mims Charles Cole Ken Daniels Junior Achievement PURPOSE The purpose of Junior Achievement is to develop a knowledge of business valuable to its members in the future as businessmen and women of America. 5' FIRST ROW: Reeva Owens, Melinda Broughton, Mary Macauly, Janie Ingram, Arlene Colbert, Maxine Carter, Karla McLerran, Darlene Rector, Georgia Pappas, Lana Huddleston. SECOND ROW: Henry Kostman, Tommy Newman, Marty Thorsheim, Stuart Robertson, Roger Ernst, Pete Andres, John Gilliland, Bob Brunson l8! Distributive Education PURPOSE The purpose of Distributive Education is to offer to high school students a part time occupational training program which Will enable students to gain valuable work experience plus a closely related class- room instruction. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Jean Pettie, Gary West, Betty Carrell, Darlene Breeland, Glenn Cunningham, Charles Eaton, David Rippa, Jimmy Munoz. SECOND ROW: Paul Butler, Judy Pope, Earl Gilliam, Tommy Wall, Donald Dismore, David Knight, RiChard O'- Nale. THIRD ROW: Mike Ferguson, Ronald Long: Larry Redding, Culley Wilcox, Mike Young, Bill Rennie, Jerry Duvall. l82 Quill and Scroll Q Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society for High SChOol Journalists. Membership is a distinct honor and is reserved for those outstanding publication staff L members Who meet the basic requirements established by the Society and its Local xW Chapters. Connie Elliot Miss Mary Clark Bessie Davis Suzy DeGaw Linda Donnell Spomor Myra Flowers Gaylia Garrett Mary Tom Harris Pat Harrison 3 !. 9 Nancy Hildebrandt Jack Hill Janie Hyde Tena Nelson Anne Newsome Georgia Pappas Richard Rheeder Mary Ann Riggs Judy Warren Curtis Wright I83 ies f :vi Act I85 The Spring Semester Was Filled With Activities . . . Candidates for president and vice-president of the student council give their campaign speeches. Miss Warmock is presented with bouquet after her fine presentation "Masquerade in Vienna." 1 Members of the Little Theater are ready to go to Austin to compete for state in the one act play contest. I86 . . . and the ,61 Viking Finally Arrived. Judy Olsson, Editor of 1960-61 Viking, presents the first copy to the school. The 1961 Viking,y Favorites Jesse Lopez, Linda Apple, Bill Dietrich, Sandy Hill, La Veta Morris, and Richard Kimble, and Senior Best-All-Rounds Sydna Apple and Bill Hadden pose in front of the Viking cover follow- ing its unveiling. Various expressions of happiness are seen on the faces of the 1960-61 Viking beauty finalists, Junie Shuler, Martha Dillard, Kay Stovall, Diane Douglass, and Alice Ballard. I he 1960-61 Viking staff poses for a picture given for hem after their efforts are finally in print. l87 I88 La presidenta habla muntras prestan atencion. Alumnos de todas clases de espafiol asisten a la fiesta. LATIN BANQUET The Honors Banquet is given each year during Latin Week. In the Presentation of Eta Sigma Phi, awards are given to third and fourth year Latin students With averages of A or B through Latin 6 and 8. The bronze award is given to Latin 6 students, and the silver award is given to Latin 8 students. Eta Sigma Phi is a National honorary classical fraternity. The cast of the "Red Plume." El club Panamericano con el huesped honrado. N LA FIESTA ESPANOLA E1 Club Panamericano de Norte Dallas presento su Fiesta Espgabla el 18 de abril en un restaurante mex1cano. T0dOs los alumnos de espanol fueron mvxcados. E1 senor . . l I . . An;on10 Costa Lxma, el huesped honrado, presento un dlscurso muy mteresante sobre la america Iatina. Varios grupos de Estudiantes presentaron un programs. muy bonito y todos se divirtieron y estuvieron muy contentos. Banquet Latin students enjoy their dinner at the Ramada Inn. principal characters in "The Plume." l89 Karen Wommack, Janice Lewis and Sandra Crowder appear happy at the results of the '1961-62 beauty semi-finalist. Janice Lewis and Brenda Haynes were left holding the tree while other members of the Viking staff went looking for other decorations for the beauty assembly. Judy Warren, Li Donell, Larry Te and Curtis Wright I90 ed ys Judy Warren, Mistress of Ceremonies, begins introduc- ing beauty nominees. A few tears and many smiles as Beauty Finalists are announced. - yards of trees for ' beauty assembly. I?! Faculty Activities "O-o-o-o, That's good punch," exclaimed teachers at their Christmas party given for them by the Homemaking classes. AWMMM, I'm not leaving, just going to a band concert," says Colonel Forgy as he load I92 his instruments into his car. Everyday Student Activities Members of the Concert Choir rehearse eagerly for their next performance. Sandy HilLlooks a little upset while Pat Claunch seems to be whistling While she types. uSteady," 'says Rose Arm Griswold to Rudolf Matthaei. "We Carft waste a single drop." "Gee, Shelly!" 'Y0u have them spell- bound," say members of the speech class. The Year a Jimmy Elder said, uI dodt have to worry, ifs right here on paper." This was at one of our band assemblies. Jack Hill pauses for a moment before facing the student body at an assembly. ll of of Assemblies. Jack Hill accepts the Earl Holland award for N.Dfs outstanding Dad's Club. National Honor Society members are happy that Miss Dice came to the Initiation Assembly. The student body seems to like our new mascot, "Dutchess." I95 "The Bulldog Backers" 1n the pep club at Homecoming Game, Melinga Broughton asks "Is it really happening to us?" While Betty Chattcn is convinced. I96 The drill team and pep club girls help to boost the ND. spirit at one of the games. The Seniors are really worried. Their bus to Waco has not arrived yet. The bus driver wonders how he will manage all of the band and drill team members on their trip back to Dallas. I97 Cheerleaders Help to Promote School Spirit. Linda McCown and Don Parks relive the Roaring "20's in :1 p6 . . , . assembly. Ronme James and Jame Hyde tum Beatmk 1n :1 pep assembly. A$ ' M '; 4w . $ 9; , W 14:3, ,1??? . Pam Hill and Edward Peetschke lead a Pilgrim cheer? Sandy Hill gets carried away as Donald Carter lives his part as a cave man. I98 The Many Frustrations of the Compass and Viking . . . The Compass Staff works hard to make each Compass as good as the one before. Janie Hyde and Judy Warren are giving a few instructions to the peo- ple interested in being on the Vik- ing Staff. The Viking Staff is working hard to meet their deadline. I99 N.D. Students Get Into the Christmas Spirit uI don't want that tie," says Beverly Amos to Suzanne Bartlet in the Christmas play. Miss Warmack gives the chozr last minute instructions be- fore they start the traditional caroling in the halls. The choir and Miss Warmack spread the Christmas spirit in the Christmas assembly. Students Participate in Activities Outside N.D. Proud Drill Team members step high in the downtown parade. Key Club members take time from painting a mission to smile at the camera. Jesse and the Misters brought back a first prize trophy from their Mobile Stage performance. 20l N.D. Has a Variety June Jordan, Ronnie James, Truitt Bishop, Nancy Hildebrandt, Mary Harris, and Charles Cervantes enjoy the dancing at the Key Club Dance. Jesse Lopez and the M play for the Homeco Dance. The dance at Louann's was a big hit, especially with these couples: Adele Cole, Jim Pinson, Brenda Tyler, and Mike Thompson. Joy Sullivant and Wayne Wilder are amused at June Jordan's expressions as she dances With Roy Jackson at one of N.D.'s sock hops. 202 of Dances Homecoming Princesses Mary Harris and Nancy Hildebrandt and their escorts enjoy the traditional dance in their honor at the Homecoming Dance. Linda McCown and Bill Dietrich are really happy and enjoying them- selves at the Western Dance given by the La Justesse Tri-Hi-Y. 203 N.D. Students Enioy Holiday Dances of 1 96 1- 1 962 4 Jack Ramsey, Shelly Jones, Mary Harris, and Norman Akins engage them- selves in conversation at the New Year's Eve Dance. Betty Chatten has the big mouth at the Christmas Dance while Suzy DeGaw, John Gilliland, and Marilyn Gillilan pose for the camera. Sharron Loring seems to be watching her date? he Queen is attended by her prin- esses, Linda McCown, left, and Rae ene Taquino, at the Valentine Sock op, sponsored by the Future Nurses lub. Valentine Queen Mr. Hutchinson presents Queen Linda jones with a Valentine corsage as she begins her reign as 1961-62 Valentine Queen. Mrs. Edith Meyer was the third princess, chosen by the Future Nurses Club. She also received a corsage from Mr. Hutchinson. 205 206 207 $$X..K .rXu Bulldogs at M Play Football CHARLES APPLE; Captain; Senio 2-Year Letterman; Center HERMAN CAMPOS; Captain; Senior 2-Year Letterman; Tackle Waco,s Trojans Blanked by ND ARTHUR ALCALA; Senior; 1-Year Letter- man; Guard A long losing streak was broken September 8 when North Dallas defeated Waco's Trojans, 14-0. Making few mistakes, the Bulldogs took full advantage of Waco's blunders. From our one-yard line, Larry Blaser, quarterback, crashed through for the score. The pass attempt for the conversion points failed, giving ND 21 lead of 6-0 at halftime. After a scoreless third quarter, the Bulldogs struck again in the final period when a Waco punt took a backward roll and was ruled dead on the Trojan 23-yard line. Halfback Jimmy Mira- montes carried the ball for 22 yards and Fullback Curtis Corley broke through to score. Larry Blaser then passed to Tommy Briscoe for the additional points. JOHN ADAMS; Junior; 1-Year Letterman; Half- back NORMAN AKINS; Junior; 2-Year Letterman: Halfback Coach Gene Coppedge gives David Peoples a few helpful hints. 1209 Jack Pugh, Coach Rufus Hyde, and Coach Gene Coppedge seem excited about a play made by the Bulldogs. TRUITT BISHOP; Senior; 5-Year LARRY BLASER; Sophomore; 1- TOMMY BRISCOE; Sophomore; 1- Letterman; Tackle Year Letterman; Halfback Year Letterman; End BA Whips ND ROCKY BROTHERS; Junior; Tackle JAMES CHAVES; Sophomore; Guard The Bulldogs, in formation, await the signals. In their second game of the season North Dallas lost to the Bryan Adams ougars, 23-0, September 14 at Franklin Field. The match was almost a one-man show, With Bryan Adams halfback, Don erguson, making all of the Cougars, 183 rushing points and 14 of their 23 oints. Ferguson scored near the close of the first quarter, and midway through he second period and went 26 yards for the second Cougar touchdown. With only 17 seconds remaining in the game, Ferguson added the final W0 points on an end run. STER BROWN; Junior; 1-Year Let- CHARLES CERVANTES; Sophomore; n; Tackle Quarterback MIKE CLAYTON; Senior; 2-Year Let- terman; Guard RICHARD CONTRERAS; Sophomore; CURTIS CORLEY; Senior; 1-Year Le 1-Year Letterman; Center terman; Fullback Player Frank Moreno and Coach Rufus Hyde view the football field with anxious worry during the last few minutes of the game. RONNIE CRAVER; Junior; 1-Year Letterman; Guard BILL DIETRICH; Senior; Fullback STANLEY EDWARDS; Jun- ior; 1-Year Letterman; Tackle Wildcats Beat Bulldogs The Bulldogs lost to the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats, 20-0, September 22 at Franklin Field. In the first half when all 20 points were scored, Mike Dossett, Woodrowis quarterback, passed with uncanny ac- curacy and Johnny Bob Cope ran around the ends for huge gains as he totaled 124 yards on only 12 carries. In the first half the Bulldogs could do little against Woodrow's defense as they gained only 23 yards. .TEVE EDWARDS; Senior; 1-Year Letterman; I nd There seems to have been a fumble recovered by ND as the Pep Club cheers in the background. LUPE FLORES; Guard; Sophomore JACK HILL; Senior; Quarterback The Bulldogs seemed all-spirited as they come out of the huddle during one of the football games of this season. JIMMY HOWE; 1-Year Letterman; Junior; Halfback DAVID JONES; 1-Year Letterman; Junior; End GEORGE LINDSEY; Senior; Center Rebs Rip Bulldogs In the battle of statistics the Bulldogs held their own t could not score and lost to the Thomas Jefferson Rebels, -0, at Cobb Field Sept. 29. Three plays after the kickoff llowing TJ'S first touchdown, Frank Moreno tried to punt t from the Bulldog 18-yard line when John Stemmons broke rough to block the play. Moreno recovered the ball in the d zone giving the Rebels a safety and making the score 8-0. fter another Rebel drive in the second quarter, the half ended -0. North Dallas kept such complete control of the ball that e Rebels were able to run only four plays in the entire third riod. The Bulldogs took the ball from their own 24 to the ebel 17 before the ball went over on downs. A U R I C E MAIN; ophomore; Halfback HILLIP MENDEZ: enior; Fullback 2l5 North Dallas Bows to Denfon A stubborn Bulldog team bowed reluctantly t0 the Denton Broncos, 12-6, at Cobb Stadium October 6. Dentonts David Neal put the ND team in the hole When, on the opening kickoff, he traveled 92 yards for a score. For the rest of the second half the Bulldogs held fast, and were responsjble for the 001V Bulldog LUIS MORA; Sophomore; 1-Year Lettere JIMMY MIRAMONTES; Senior; 1-Y tally When Charles Apple man; Halfback Letterman; Halfback blocked a Denton quick-kick and Stanley Edwards recovered the ball in the end zone. The Broncos' winning score came in the last two minutes of the game when a short punt gave them the ball on the Bulldog 19. Four plays later Neal leaped over left tackle for the winning tally. Mg? Jack Hill, 17, just barely misses a tackle. FRANK MORENO; Semi 3-Year Letterman; Quart back BOB NEWTON; Sophomo. Tackle 2I6 Bulldogs show good blocking while Jimmy Miramontes, 26, breaks through Adamson's defense. ND Falls to SOC In a bruising battle at Sprague Field October 12, South Oak Cliffs Golden Bears downed North Dallas by a 20-0 margin. SOC scored in the first period on a two-yard burst by Gary Leverett, and in the second quarter chalked up seven more points to leave the field with a 14-0 half-time advantage. The Bears scored again in the third quarter. DAVID PEOPLES; Senior; 3-Year Let- RONNY PRACHYL; Senior; 1-Year JACK PUGH; Senior; 1-Year Letter- erman; End Letterman; Guard man; Halfback 2I7 SAM RUTLEDGE; Sophomore; End BERYL SHREVE; Sophomore; 1-Year Letterman; Guard Drill Team and Pep Club cheer the Bulldogs out of the huddle. 2l8 Knights Top Bulldogs RAND SHOTWELL; Junior; 2-Year Let- terman; Tackle The Kimball Knights trounced the North Dallas Bull. dogs, 26-0, October 26 at Sprague Field. The Bulldogs re- covered three Kimball fumbles, one on the Knight 9-yard line, but failed to score as a rugged Knight defensive line held them well in check all evening. Jimmy Miramontes returned a first-half kickoff 92 yards and Frank Moreno, quarterback, completed 7 of his 20 passes for the Canines. Defense'played an important role all night on both sides. Bulldogs Charles Apple, David Peoples, Truitt Bishop and Jimmy Howe also intercepted a pass. DON SMITH; Senior; Half- back; 1-Year Letterman BILL WHITE; Sophomore; 1-Year Letterman; End Leopards Edge ND To the previously winless Adamson Leopards, the Bulldogs lost, 16-15, November 3 in the Home- coming Game. The first time they had the ball, the Canines marched 81 yards to a score. Luis Mora got the TD on a one-yard plunge, then added the extra points on a pass from Frank Moreno. Adamson fullback Rocky Walker, Who scored 14 of the Leopards' points, evened things with a second quarter tally. The extra points came on a pass. In the second half, Curtis Corley's touchdown put the Bulldogs back into the lead, but the Leopards pulled the game out with a fourth quarter TD by Walker. Another pass provided the winning points. Manager David Crowder, Trainer Mike Thompson, and Managers Gary Phillips and Mike McCain. 2I9 "A " Team FIRST ROW: Trainer Mike Thompson, Manager Gary Phillips, James Chaves, Maurice Main, Jack Hill, Don Smith, Bill Dietrich, Jimmy Howe, Arthur Alcala, Managers Mike McCain and David Crowder. SECOND ROW: Herman Campos, Bill White; Jimmy Miramontes, Frank Moreno, Phillip Mendez, David Peoples, Truitt Bishop, Norman Akin, Rand Shotwell, Mike Clayton, Lupe Flor- es, Charles Apple. THIRD ROW: Coaches Gene Coppedge, Joe Strong, and Royce Hassell, Luis Mora, Ronny Prachyl, Ronnie Crav- er, Charles Cervantes, Beryl Shreve, Chester Brown, Johnny Adams, George Lindsey, Head Coach Rufus Hyde, Coaches Jerome Zaboj- nik and C. M. Bollinger. FOURTH ROW: Rocky Brothers, Sam Rutledge, Jack Pugh, David Jones, Stanley Edwards, Tommy Briscoe, Richard Contreras, Larry Blaser, Bob Newton. North Dallas Bows f0 Spartans Samuell's Spartans, last year's district champions, tumbled North Dallas to its ninth straight defeat, 39-14, November 16 at Pleasant Grove Field. Danny Ellsworth, Spartan halfback, tallied on runs of 46 and 94 yards in the second quarter, and on a 33-yard blast in the third period. In the third quarter also Spartan end Gary Casey broke through to block :1 Frank Moreno punt and cover it for a TD. Samuell scored twice more in the final period. Curtis Corley, fullback, accounted for most of N US yardage. Larry Blaser scored the first touchdown on a 7-yard pass from Frank Moreno, and Moreno the second on a 3-yard plunge. 220 1961-62 Coaches MR. RUFUS HYDE Coaches Hyde, Hassell, and Coppedge, are in deep concentration during Head Football Coach one of the games. COACHES: Mr. C. M Bollinger, Mr. Gene Coppedge, Mr. Rufus Hyde, Mr. Royce Hassell, ML Jerome Zabojnik, and Mr. Joe Strong. 22l Bulldogs - ND Bulldogshready to charge. There seems to be a question of who h the ball in this play. Woodrow Wilson's Johnny Bob Cope swings to the left to avoid ND's defense. 222 By t the Sidelines The guys on the sideline take a breather from the action on the field. Jack Pugh, who looks all barred in, keeps a watchful eye on the action. Frank Moreno and Jimmy Miramontes discuss the game with a player of the Opposing team. 223 "B" Team Football FIRST ROW: Wayne White, Keith jackson, Ralph Lara, David York, Folger Vallette, Ronny Roten, Harold Jones, Ronnie Tisch macher. SECOND ROW: Clyde Creighton, Ernest Bertrand, Aubyn Shettle, Alfred Martinez, Tommy Hunsaker, German Green Blake Haynes, Gary Jones. THIRD ROW: Coach Jerome Zabojnik, Hal Ussery, Pat Garrett, Tommy Hurley, Billy Mullins, Fredd Campos, Mike Powell, Ben Loring, Bob Ovalle, Tommy Nance: and Coach C. M. Bollinger. COACH JEROIWE ZABOJNIK FREDDY CAMPOS CLYDE CREIGHTON Center Fullback 224 f GARRETT nd RMAN GREEN lalfback MMY HUNSAKER tuarterback KEITH JACKSON Fullback GARY JONES Guard RALPH LARA Halfback BEN LORING End ALFRED IVIARTINEZ Halfback, Guard BILLY MULLINS Tackle 225 RONNIE TISHIWACKER End HAL USSERY Halfback FOLGER VALLETTE Quarterback 226 TOMMY NANCE Guard WAYNE WHITE Tackle MIKE POXWELL Guard DAVID YORK Tackle RONNY ROTEN Halfback COACH C. M. BOLLING "FIGHT SONG" Fight! North Dallas, Fight! North Dallas Break right through that line; Toss the ball around the field, A touchdown sure this time! Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight! North Dallas, Fight! North Dallas Fighting for her fame, Fight Bulldogs, fight, fight, fight, You'll win this game! Duchess was given to North Dallas by the Tout Le Monde Tri-Hi-Y. Duchess was originally owned by a woman who donated her to the Tri-Hi-Y. Duchess is a real spirity dog and she enjoys being N.D.'s mascot. Duchess's owner, Eugene Martinez, and Duchess are real buddies. Eugene volunteered his services to keep Duchess for ND. 227 The 1961-1962 Homecoming Princesses Mary Harris and Nancy Hildebrandt, Queen Janie Hyde. Princesses Linda Jones and Sherill Rose. Queen Janie Hyde and Donald Carter don't seem to care ' Homecoming Queen Janie Hyde receives Don Smith "eats the daisies." from escort Don Smith. 228 JL Princess Sherill Rose and Escort Frank Moreno. Homecoming Princesses Princess Mary Harris and Escort Norman Akins. Queen Janie Hyde and Escort Don Smith. Princess Nancy Hildebrandt and Escort Truitt Bishop. and Escorts Princess Linda Jones and Escort David Peoples. The 1961-1962 Cheerleaders FIRST ROW: Sandy Hill, Linda McCown, Janie Hyde, Pam Hill. SECOND ROW: Donald Carter, Head Cheerleader, Don Parksm Ronnie James, Edward Poetschke. Head Cheerleader Donald Carter and Sandy Hill Don Parks and Linda McCown Ronnie James and Jamie Hyde Edward Poetschke and Pam Hill FIRST ROW: Donald Carter, Don Parks, Ronnie James, Edward Poetschke. SECOND ROW: Sandy Hill, Linda McCown, Janie Hyde, Pam Hill. MISS GLADYS POWELL Sponsor 23I Bulldogs Sink Baskets :1 Coaches Gene Coppedge and Joe Strong show Jack Pugh and Mike Carter how to make a winning basket. 232 1961-1962 Basketball Team Coach Joe Strong, Jimmy Howe, Albert Salinas, Sonny Castleberry, Eddie Miller, Tommy Briscoe, Otis Morse, Jack Pugh, Larry Blaser, Pat Garrett, Mike Carter, Manager Jimmy Jackson. LARRY BLASER; Sophomore; Guard; 1-Year Letterman TOMMY BRISCOE; Sophomore; Center; 1-Year Letterman MR. JOE STRONG Basketball Coach Tommy Briscoe, 23, out stretches the opponent from Sunset in a jump ball. MIKE CARTER; Sophomore; SONNY CASTLEBERRY; Sophomore; PAT GARRETT; Junior; Guard; 1-Year Letterman Guard; 1-Year Letterman Guard 234 JD.,,, JD... JD... JD", JDW. JD..,. JD.,,, JD." JD," w... JD,,,, JDW JD". Um, 19 25 38 36 21 32 42 38 45 72 24 58 37 ,42 N43 OTIS MORSE; Sophomore; Center SCOREBOARD Forth Worth Poly .. 66 Carter Riverside 45 South Oak Cliff 53 Carter Riverside ,,,,,, 50 Paschal .................... 45 Garland .................. 49 Sherman .................. 50 Crozier Tech 7777777777 58 Highland Park ........ 48 Woodrow Wilson .. 72 Adamson VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 42 Crozier Tech .......... 43 Sunset ............ , ,,,,,,,,, 43 Kimball .................. 51 Crozier Tech 7 .......... 44 JIMMY HOWE; Junior; Guard; 1-Year Letterman North Dallas senior fans show varied ex- pressions of joy at one of ND's basketball games. EDDIE MILLER; Senior; Center; 1-Year Letterman Sonny Castleberry seems to be surrounded by the opponents as he tries to throw the ball. Underclassmen show good attendance at the basketball games this year. 237 Students vs. Teachers h in BasketbalD Watch out! Mr. Curtis Glasscock may trip over "QuiF pu-lling my leg," exclaims Albert Salinas to Eugene Golden his skirts for a free throw at the Students vs. who 15 usmg devious methods to win the game. Teachers basketball game. Mike McCain salutes the teachers While Jimm Miramontes and Eugene Martinez cheer the Sn dents on. Young teacher cheerleaders, Miss Bobbye Humphris, Miss Marion White, Miss Gladys Powell, Mrs. Marian Ramsey, and Miss Millie Dew, cheer the teachers to victory. 238 Queen Pam Hill and Escort. Princess Linda Searcy and Princess Lana Thomas and Jimmy Howe. Escort Tommy Briscoe, Escort Stanley Edwards. sketba" 0 ueen and Pam Her Hi" Court Princess Sarah Hildebrandt Princess Joyce Garner and Princess Linda McCown and and Escort Larry Blaser. Escort Jack Pugh. Escort Eddie Miller. Bulldogs Star in Track Harvey Sherman, John Adams, and German Green run the 440 yard dash. Norman Akins hands off the baton to Jimmy Miramontes in the 440 yard relay. 240 IRST ROW: James Chaves, Alfred Martinez, Gorman Green, Jimmy Miramontes, Maurice Main, John Patrick, Ralph Lota SEC- IND ROW: Jenaro Zapata, Luis Mora, Clyde Creighton, Norman Akins, Billy Brumley, John Adams, Folger Vallette, Ken Daniels. HIRD ROW: Coach Jerome Zabojnik, Harvey Sherman, Clay Baxter, David Jones, Mike Partin, Robert Newton, Ben Loring, Tom- . y Briscoe, Hal Ussery, Clifford Bradford, Trainer Mike Thompson LEFT: Jenaro Zapata, Mile Runner RIGHT: Tommy Bris- coe, Discus Thrower DISTANCE RUNNERS Maurice Main, Ken Daniels, Jenaro Zap Folger Vallette, and Billy Brumley. 440 RELAY Norman Akins, Jimmy Miramontes, John Adams, and Jack Pugh. MILE RELAY Harvey Sherman, John Adams, Got Green, and Jimmy Miramontes. COACH JEROME ZABOJNIK Head Track Coach Alfred Martinez clears the low hurdles with inches to spare. Clay Baxter practices good form in pole vaulting. 243 Ken Daniels and Jimmy Mira- montes pace each other on a 220-yard sprint. David Jones heads for the sand after a high-jump of about 5 feet. 244 Two members of th sophomore sprint rela team, Ben Loring an Clyde Creighton, prac tice baton handoffs a David Jones gives criti cal assistance. Athlete of the Year Nominees Curtis Corley, Jack Pugh, Steve Edwards, and Don Smith. DON SMITH - Athlete of Year Bulldogs Hit Home Runs SONNY CASTLEBERRY; Sophomore; Shortstop CURTIS CORLEY; Senior; 1-Year Letterman; 2nd Base The 1961-1962 Baseball Team lor, Don Smith, Jimmy Howe, Roy jackson, Tommy Hunsaker, Bryan Carey. Marty Dennehy, Aubyn Shettle, Ronnie ' Castleberry, Steve Edwards, Jack IRST ROWE Jimmy Peddy, Roddy Blake, joe Bob Tay ECOND ROW: Coach C. M. Bollinger, Steve Scarborough, David York, Larry Kennedy, ischmacher, Manager David Emmett. THIRD ROW: Pat Garrett, Curtis Corley, Charles "Sonny' 'ugh, Charles Gideon, Larry Blaser. NOT PICTURED: Frank Luna. Left: MARTY DENNEHY; Senior; Outfielder Right: STEVE EDWARDS; u W Senior; 2-Year Letterman; Pitcher MR. C. M. BOLLINGER Baseball Coach CHARLES GIDEON; Senior; lst Base; 1-Year Letterman TOMMY HUNSAKER; Junior; Outfield JIMMY HOWE; Junior; Outfield; 1-Year Letter- 1111111 Not Pictured: FRANK LUNA; Junior; 1-Year Letterman; Pitcher 248 Joe Bob Taylor practices on his bunting for one of ND's Baseball games. ROY jACKSON; Junior; 3rd Base; 1-Year Letterman JACK PUGH; Senior; Center Field; 2-Year Letterman WWW - . mu... STEVE SCARBOROUGH; Junior; Outfield 249 No. 11 seems to have gotten an out on first base at one of the practices. Steve Edwards is all wound up while Curtis Corley is taking a break. DON SMITH; Senior; Catcher; JOE BOB TAYLOR; Sophomore; RONNIE TISCHMACHER; 1-Year Letterman lst Base Sophomore; Catcher Princess Judy Wlarren and Escort Steve Edwards. Princess Linda Zastoupil and Escort Curtis Corleyl 'aseba" Queen Brenda hmifz - Princess Carol Bardin Princess Joyce Gamer Queen Brenda Schmitz and Escort Jimmy Howe. and Escort Jack Pugh. and Escort Don Smith. Bulldogs - Ready to Tee Off! Golf Partners Wes Tyler and Tommy Mitchell Golf Partners Albert Salinas and Homer Holcomb Homer Holcomb, Albert Salinas, Tommy Mitchell, Wes Tyler. m'nagxgu w. t. 3:111." 33' a ; w t L ' vi nw :99 n amn- 3-; LEFT: HOMER HOLCOMB; Senior RIGHT: TOMMY MITCHELL; Junior 253 COACH GENE COPPED Golf Coach ALBERT SALINAS; Junior; leear Let- WES TYLER; Senior terman STEVE EDWARDS; Alternate; Senior Rain, sleet, or snow does not stop the Bulldog golfers. 254 Bulldogs - Ready to Swing! HENRY KOSTMAN; Junior LANA HUDDLESTON; Sophomore 255 The 1961-1962 Tennis Team FIRST ROW: Freddy Dobbs, Gaylia Britt, Bob Abel, Jimmy Harper, and Lana Huddleston. SECOND ROW: Mary Harris, Su. Barber, Rufus Jam, Henry Kostman, Allen Cantwell, Edward Poetschke, and Mr. David Wagnon. MARY HARRIS; Senior MR. DAVID WAGNON 256 BOB ABEL; Captain; Senior SUE BARBER; Junior FRED DOBBS; Junior Gaila Britt practices serving as Lana Huddleston looks on. JIMMY HARPER, Junior 257 258 lifary 259 Color Guard Fourth Battle Group US. R.O.T.C. 260 Commandant of Cadets COLONEL ROSCOE L. ROBERTS Colonel Roberts prepares a report while Sergeant Southerland watches him. 26I 262 SGT. GILBERT JACOBSON Inst rm rucfors Sergeant Southerland condw looks on. Commissioned Officers FIRST ROW: Dennis Turnbull, George Lindsey, Mike Kelley SECOND ROW: Harry Crowder, Warren Jinks, Edward Barnett, Paul Giles, Ronnie Prachyl. THIRD ROW: Herbert Meeker, Paul Flatt, James Cundiff, Curtis Wright, Victor Palomo, Jim Peterson, Jose Segura. FOURTH ROW: Bill McKoy, Jerry Hill, Tim Davis, Gilbert Escamilla, James Collins, Leslie Coe. 315 While Sergeant Jacobson 263 Regimental Staff FIRST ROW: Dennis Turnbull, George Lindsey, Mike Kelley. SECOND ROW: Harry Crowder, Warren Jinks, Edward Barnett, Paul Giles, Ronnie Prachyl. DENNIS TURNBULL Honorary Cadet Bfajor Regimental Commander JANICE CLEVELAND Slaff Primeu 264 Band Company ' v , , .. x FIRST ROW: Mike Kelley, Paul Flatt, Bill McKoy, Curtis eright, Leslie Coe. SECOND ROW: Stewart Robertson, Charles Price, George Padilla, Leslie McGehee, Gary Baker, James Graves, Manuel Alva, Dar- eyl Nance. , THIRD ROW: Calvin Rogers, Tom Mendez, Roger Ernst, Bill Wynn, Joe Gonzales, Mark Martel, Frank Brister, Danny Linn. FOURTH ROW: George Davis, Tom Miller, Larry Hollaqay, Jimmy Elder, Jim YarbOuOugh, Pat Lane, Jesse Lopez, Randy Reeves. Honorary Cadet Major MIKE KELLEY JANICE PROBECK Band Commander Bmzd Primarx 265 "A" Company GUIDON BEARER: Eddie Moore FIRST ROW: James Cundiff, James Collins, Herbert Meeker. SECOND ROXV: Larry Jenkins, Billy Lotridge, Manuel Trevino, John Price, Jesse Carrelio, Roger Frith, Leonard Angle, Davi Melton. THIRD ROW: John Patrick, Paul Mills, Ronald Ramos, James Pinson, Wallace Wilson, Marvin Yeakle, John Adams, Larry Mil ler, Paul Manriquez. JAMES CUNDIFF Honorary Cadet Major Company Commander ADELE COLE Company Primal 266 "B" Company FIRST ROW: Gilbert Escamilla, Jose Segura, Ronnie Agpalza, Victor Palomo. SECOND ROW: Scutter Newton, Johnny Johnson, Tommy Lister, Joe Buentello, Ronald Cripworth, Frank Luna. THIRD ROW: Mickey Lister, Fred XWiggins, Ralph Lettieri, James Lanier, Bob Brunson, Henry Ondrusek. FOURTH ROW: Gilbert Duval, Timothy Whittaker, Gary Langston, Michael Stafford, Bob Honeycutt, Donald Haynes, Don Daoust. Honorary Cadet Major GILBERT ESCAMILLA SHARON VANDERGRIFF Company Commander COWZPIUIj Prinreu 267 "C" Company 268 GUIDON BEARER: Ronald Roten FIRST ROW: Jim Peterson, Company Commander; Tim Davis, Executive Officer. SECOND ROW: John Anderson, Rhodie Golden, Mike Gonzales, Pat Stewart, Tommy Wallace. THIRD ROXW; Bill Berkley, Mike Cortex, Charles Windham, Bill Page, Wright Toth, Jess Pinson, Fred Sandoval. FOURTH ROW: David Hackler, Eddie VanHattum, Tom King. Fred Dobbs, Folger Vallette, Bobby Hull, Norman Martin. JIM PETERSON Honorary Cadet Major Company Commander KAY ROTEN Company Primary "D" Company .' IRST ROW: Jerry Hill, Edmund Gray, Graham Richardson, Wayne Wilder. ECOND ROXV: Gilbert Gutierez, Bill Goldwathie, Dan Palomo, David Grinn, David Mandez, Salvador Garza, Ronny Pinkard, Rudolph Phillip. ' HIRD ROW: Wlayne XVhite, Walter Pennington, Charles Barned, Keith Henderson, Jeff Simms, Mike Partin, Robert Ovalle, Joe Mena, Robert Reid Honorary Cadet Colonel PAMELA HILL Milihny Qmwz JERRY HILL Company Comnmndcr 269 Rifle Team FIRST ROW: Henry Ondrugek, Harry Crowder, Wally Wilson, Warren Jinks, Ronnie Prachyl. SECOND ROW: Franklin Pinson, Billy Burk, Jim Pinson, George Lindsey, Scutter Newton, THIRD ROW: Johnny Johnson, Paul Mills, John Adams, Bobby Hall, Frank Luna. Colonel Roberts gives orders while Harry Crowder, Ronny Prachyl, and Warren Jinks fire, practicing for a Rifle Team meet. 270 The Norsemen IRST ROW: Jim Peterson, Drill Platoon Commander; Paul Giles, Squad Leader; Dan Palomo, Ronny Pinkard, Jess Pinson, Paul Manriquez, Mike Edwards, Rhodie Golden. ECOND ROW: Gilbert Escamilla Executive Officer; Charles Windham. Norseman Commander, Jim Peterson, leads part of the drill platoon in an early morning practice section, 27I Military Companies hPass Mike Kelley salutes proudly as he leads the band through pa- rade maneuvers. Old Glory and the Viking flag begin the parade. The members of "B" Company appear quite sullen during "pass in review? 272 In Review ,m Look at the brass! Colonel Roberts and Major Moore, along with Sergeants Southerland and Jacobson view the parade. Company Commanders lead fortht their guidon bearers in "officers front and center." The Military Band, led by Mike Kelley, passes in review on a weekly parade. 273 "Aw! shucks. It was really nothing," says George Lindsey when given his trophy; "If I've told you once, I've told you a "Duh, what's up Doc?" thousand times. Leave that post alone," exclaims Jerry Hill. shouts Romney Pmchyl to Scutter Newton. HHey, Bud, watcha looking at?" Wayne XVilder receives for North Dallas a parade ribbon during "Officers, Front ' Center." 274 Mike Kelley poses in a quite unusual The camp staff presents a very stern picture to all innocent by- fashion, with his mouth closed. standers. 275 The Milite The newly elected queen, Pamela Hill, and her court: Janice Cleveland, Janis Pro- beck, Adele Cole, Sharon Vandergriff, and Kay Roten. The princesses and their escorts were: Janice Cleveland and Warren Jinks, Janis Probeck and Jessee Lopez, Adele Cole and Jimmy Pinson, Sharon Vnndergriff and Tommy Lister, Kay Roten and Tim Davis, and Pamela Hill and Jerry Hill. 276 'l 1 5 December 1 961 Mike Kelley, Gwyn Compton, Ronny Prachyl, Martha Kay Evans, Edward Barnett, Susan Huddleston, Harry Crowder, and Janice Lewis pose for the camera at the Military Ball. Jerry Hill, Pamela Hill, Tim Davis, Kay Roten, Tommy Lister, Sharon Vandergriff, Jimmy Pinson, and Adele Cole are seen here during the Grand March. Dennis Turnbull presents the new queen, Pamela Hill, with her roses, while last yeafs queen, Sandy Hill, crowns Pamela. 277 278 Advertising 279 Phone LA l-0264 THE "NEW LOOK" IN SHOE REPAIRING Highland Park Shoe Service 2' METALIZING BABY SHOES OVER 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SHOE REPAIRING 3223 Knox 5+. D. D. EDGAR. Mgr. Dallas. Texas PHONE LA 6-6637 C? Ewmg COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE NIGHT PHONE TA 7-3l6l ATRELL HARDIN JAY HARDIN 3017 Monficello DALLASI TEXAS Elaine Dismore explains her problem fo Officer Friendl af the Homecoming Dance. THE MAN9$ SHOE 3200 Knox S+ree+ a'l' Cole Phone LAkeside 8-l9l3 DALLASI TEXA Janie worries. Sandy insfrucfs, and o+hers smile 280 LEARN TO DRIVE Special Ins+ruc+ions for Teenage Drivers Dallas School of Driving 3802 Cedar Springs LA 8-0I60 "Off wifh +he old . . ." Old foofball helmefs were burned when +he Bulldogs received new ones fhis year. mdy Hill and Donald Carfer lead members of H19 Drill eam and Pep Club in a yell af a pep assembly. LA l-l326 DICK n DON SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TIRES AND BATTERIES WASH - LUBRICATION McKinney ai' Haskell Dallas. Texas E. B. DICKENS N. D. FUNDERBUR'GH DOIGG'S Lemmon Ave. Pharmacy LA 8-0583 50l7 Lemmon Ave. "Learn +0 swim in one easy lesson!" is Curfis Wrighf's moHo. Susan Cronkhife doesn'+ seem quHe convinced. Suesfs af N. D.? No, if's Shelley Jones and Brenda Ray aking par+ In +heir speech class achHIes. ED SElD-ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 2847 N. Henderson l Block Off Ceniral Expressway DALLAS 6. TEXAS 28I BARBER SHOP , BENNY RECKNOR, Owner PENNOCK S 3'28 Knox 5+. PRESCRIPTIONS Bes+ Shines in Town LA 6-3867 3630 Maple Ave. DALLAS KNOX STREET "Yum, yum! There's nofhing like Hwaf soufhern-fried chicken." exclalms Joyce Garner. x McCann's Tropical Fish Aquarium lns+alla+ion and Main+enance Our Specialer 4l4 Lowell TA I-l932 Edwina Poefschke. homecoming princess, enfers +he assembl in a red conveerle wagon. L. R. Block Laundry Service 4207 Maple LA l-0296 Family Bundles Washed and Fluff Dried Large Rugs a SpeciaHy Judy Warren and Sfeve Edwards, inspired by fhe cheer- leaders, complefe a successful play. 282 TA 3-0088 26H N. CARROLL 911m S'pomnce ILBuzuig, 5d AMI Hair Shaping and S+yling he Vikingeffes relax befween performances af +he hir. Whaf would you do if you caughf him, Nancy?1 where there's a NEED . . . there's 0 WAY at EXCHANGE BANK Exchange Park, Dallas MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LIII:11-- ' 3'8 -" V 5:.'III llu. Mexico City Restaurant Mexican and American Dishes I7II LIVE OAK RI 2-06I9 ,9: Gabriel? No. Carol Bardin's brofher supporfing +he feam. 283 LEARN THE LESSON OF THRIFT Save Wi+h . . . Exchange Park Savings and Loan Association Branihc Airways Building EXCHANGE PARK FL 7-469I Complimen+s of AVALAWN Cleaners. Dyers and Launderers 3923 CEDAR SPRINGS LA I-5I48 CLEANERS - DYERS - HATTERS - COLD FUR STORAG Neifher cold. nor rain, nor sIeef. nor hail can keep 0 loyal fans 5+ home. Drum Maior Mike Kelley leads +he band from +he field af +he Jefferson game. 284 Mobilubrica+ion Washing McWILLIAMS MOBIL SERVICE Mobil Tires. Tubes. and BaHeries Au+o Accessories and SpeciaHies Polishing - Waxing Cars Called For and Delivered FITZHUGH AT CAPITOL TA 3-0866 BOB CLARK'S ' .5 FOOD STORE 28l3 N. Henderson TA 6-2737 A worried Janie Hyde and a calm Mary Harris prepare +he beau+y assembly. GARL'S EUROPE SAUSAGE SHOP LA 6-778l THE AN FRENCH PASTRY SHOP - LA 8-9862 . Special Occasion and D bl35$varliegesB Whip Cream Cakes ou e mo e acon Donu+s Cookies Breads S+eaks for Cookou+s 453I-35 MCKINNEY AVE. JUST OFF KNOX CurHs Wright Janie Hyde. Judy Warren, Donna Gay. Mary Ann Riggs and Richard Rheder load +he car for +heir frip +0 +he T. W. U. for a press convenHon. 285 Rodney King appears busy keeping warm while Hie ofher band members apparenfly seem confenf. LA l-9750 CARL OF DALLAS Beauty Salon CARL B. GONZALEZ 3529 Oak Lawn Ave. DALLAS. TEXAS James' Uniform Shop Specializing in nurses', maids'. and wai+ress' uniforms R. M. ANDERSON I709A Elm RI 8-8796 Cheerleaders yell. "You've goffa go." +0 fhe ND. Bulldoc af one of fhe pep assemblies. Mr. Forgy imHafes fhe cheerleaders as he dfrecfs +he band. Helen Ray's Beauty Shop 4306 Maple LA 8-4278 FAIRMOUNT PHARMACY RI 7-9785 2500 McKinney DALLAS Regis+ered Rexall Pharmacisi' JOE A. GONZALEZ 286 Majoreffes Sharon Vandergriff, Gwyn Compfon. and Aundre Aldridge appear in sfep on +he pep assembly. FRIENDLY FOLKS FRIENDLY PRICES FRIENDLY CHEVROLET LEMMUN AT mwnon LA 6-8811 0 DALLAS FRIENDLY is why CHEVROLETS the buy. . . JUSTICE MAN'S SHOP Comple're Ivy League Apparel From +he Cambridge Room 356 Hillside Village TA 4-6006 Dallas. Texas "The band wenf H161" a'way!" says Big Tex. Ronnie James and Janie Hyde mourn +he deafh of "Old School SpirH" 5+ +he opening assembly. 288 .33 WW? White's Shoe Shop 39I0 Cedar Springs LA 6-9083 PUTNAM ELECTRIC SERVICE 3306 Knox Sf. RESIDENTIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WIRING - REPAIRING MOTORS, CONTROLLERS AND AIR CONDITIONING MEMBER: UNITED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION Phone LA 8-6336 Phone LA l-752 Licensed-lnsured JAMES PUTNAh Oak Lawn Glass and Mirror 5016 LEMMON .- DALLAS CRAFTSMEN IN LEADED ART GLASS ANTIQUE MIRRORS o FURNITURE TOPS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASSES PATIO AND SHOWER DOORS TUB ENCLOSURES LA l-998l LA l-9902 "Oh surely if can'f be as bad as Huat Linda McCown. W0 SEWELL VILLAGE JIMMIE MOORE LA 6-8505 Salesman 5460 Pres+on Road Res. EM 3-I226 Dallas. Texas GOODSON MOBIL SERVICE OAK LAWN AT LEMMON COMPLETE 24-HOUR ONE STOP SERVICE BERT GOODSON Owner and Operafor LA 856462 bnald Carfer Es deep In +hough+ as Hwe ofher cheerleaders sad a yeH. 289 A. PAUL'S T.V. SERVICE Cry now . . . smile lafer! Sherril Rose is overcome by Jrears of happiness as she is announced Foo+baH Princess. Home and Au+o Radios USED T.V.'S ASHBURN ICE CREAM PHONE TA 6-l7ll 2407 N. Henderson VikingeH'e leaders, Rae Gene Taquino and Susan Park. cor femplafe food af +he Fair. ADAMS' SILK SCREEN STUDIO 40H Cedar Springs Linda McCown voices her gripes in a resfing posifion. LA 8-2530 290 America's Finest COTTON BOWLING PALACE LEMMON AT INWOOD FL 7-6645 44 Lanes Res+auran+ Beaufy Salon Barber Shop 29l PATRICIA'S BEAUTY SALON JO SANDERS-Owner PHONE LA l-0239 3I l5 NORTH HASKELL Congra+ula+ions +0 +he Gradua+ing Class of I962 Some of Hwe Bulldog foofball feam appears +0 be inferesfed in somefhing more +han singing fhe fighf song. 292 ELLIOTT'S HARDWARE THE HARDWARE STORE THAT HAS HARDWARE 08 Maple Ave. ME I-0543 ME I-03I5 Gwen Kubin adds +he finishing +ouch as Hue Bulldogs invade +he s+ree+s of Waco be1tore Hue firs? game of fhe year. Bill Whife, Marilynn Gillilan. Sandy Hill. and Gary Phillips meef in fronf of +he Mobile Sfage on Fair Day. T. RAMEY CO. GRINDING SERVICE 3023 N. Fi+zhugh Ave. DALLAS 4I TEXAS Sales SAWS SANDERS DRILLS ROUTERS HEDGE SHEARS SAW BLADES ROUTER BITS SHEAR BLADES PAPER KNIVES SAW FILING BAND SAW BLADES PLANER KNIVES CARBIDE GRINDING PlCK-UP AND DELIVERY 293 294 ,. Smurf Cookie -----.--------.-. .wkm Most Likely To Be in Your Future Young Modems Live Better Electrically DALLAS POWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY HILL TOP GROCERY and MARKET 4322 Maple Ave. LA I-0356 "WE SPECIALlZE 1N MEATS" "Hey. you on +he back row, YELL!" shoufs Donald Carfer. CONGRATULATIONS DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. DALLAS. TEXAS LOVERS LANE RIDING STABLE 600i EAST LOVERS LANE WELDON STEWARTl Owner EM I-7937 0 400 acres riding area 0 Specializing in hay rides 0 Board and ren'l' horses ' Building a pla'l'form IH' by Ianferns for dancing af'l'er hay rides And +his IiHle piggie wemL +0 markef" says Linda McCown :2 Edward Poe+schke. 295 PHONE LA I-0l39 BUCK DOUTHFT Mobil Service S+a+ion TOP VALUE STAMPS Fihhugh and McKinney Dallas. Texas "The grass is always greener." Befh Raney and Mike Clayfon readily prove +his saying. Fairy Godmofher. Janie Hyde, comes +0 Cinder Bulldo rescue. BROMNJ BARBER SHOP 3908V2 Cedar Springs LA l-3620 Repubhc National Life Insurance Company 3988 Nor+h Cen+ral Expressway TAylor 4-0I3l 296 "Smile. Ronnie James, you are on Candid Camera." 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FITZHUGH PHONEVLA 8-0383 NIGHT FL 2-8772 PLAZA TH EATER 3806 McKinney Ave. Across From Nor+h Dallas High School Marsue Schwille proiecfs a smile even +hough Ronnie Craver and S+eve Edwards seem dis+urbed by +he infrusion. CAPPELLO DAIRY FOOD 5328 Lemmon Ave. grocery and mea+ LA I-I872 Open-7:00 A.M. +0 I2:00 Midnighf 299 HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY FREE DELIVERY Knox a1" Travis PHONE: LA l-2l26 MaioreHe, Gwyn Compfon. seems f0 be awfully proud of +he facf +ha+ she's H19 girl in +ha+ uniform. SELF-SERVICE DRY CLEANING COlN-OPERATED Up +0 8 Pounds $I.50 LOCATION: Also: KNIGHT l5c Washa+eria CLEANERS 4440 McKinney LA 1-0359 2 Blocks Off Knox 300 :434244c3rii456'c; '3 w WZQE V: COLE AND HASKELL DRUGS 3l2l N. Haskell LA l-543I Congra+ula+ions +0 +he Gradua+ing Class of I962 Serving Nor+h-Eas+ Dallas and Lakewood Dis+ric+ MELTON BROTHERS APPLIANCE REPAIR CENTER 2l05 Kidwell $+ree+ Vacuum CleanersI Percola'l'ors. Efc. TELEPHONE - TA 6-2353 Here Jthey come! The foofball players led by +he cheer- leaders bebre a game. Boy, is if ever hoH seems +0 be he +hough+ of members of +he band during an early morning summer pracfice. Phone: LA l-0024 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. DELUXE BARBER SHOP 3 l07 KNOX' STREET 5 Experienced Barbers HAIRCUT. $l.25 EVA THOMAS um! The Drill Team seems +0 have somefhing ofher fhan roane on +heir minds during +his pre-school pracfice. 30! COTTON BOWLING PALACE BARBER 8t BEAUTY SALON INWOOD ROAD AT LEMMON . DALLAS 9. TEXAS : LOCATED INSIDE BEAUTY SALON-FL 2-8998 BOWLING ALLEY BARBER SHOP-FL 7-6077 CRIS MIARS HUMBLE SERVICE 4903 Lemmon Ave. DALLASl TEXAS LA I -9448 Janie reaches +0 Hwe s+ars, much f0 +he amazememL of land- Ioving Edward. JOHNNIE'S Beauty and Barber Shop TA' 3-9465 TA 3-0608 4907 Ross Ave. Everybody yeH. "We've gof +he T-E-A-M . . . Team. Tea Team! 302 Greefings From Jim Lowe Bill Carrell WRR RADIO KATS KARAVAN MY FLORIST 5342 Lemmon Ave. LA 8-0294 LA 8-0297 By +he faces of +he sfudenfs leaving H1e audH'orIum. assembly musf have been of a serious nafure. +he ophomores congregafe oufside +he building before school +arfs. F REZO Hamburgers and Short Orders MaH's and Shakes 453i MAPLE AVE. LA 6-6063 QInInnial Waffle Emmy I733 GREENVILLE AVE. Open 7 Days a Week 6 A.M.-9 P.M. Sundays-b A.M.-5 P.M. TA 4-9064 "Please, please don'+ eaf my corsage. Duchess!" 303 The VikingeHes demonsfrafe conformify af one of He pep assemblies. LEWIS FERGUSON PLUMBING CO. 3605 McKinney LA 8-5666 BRIDGES SHOE STORES Oak Cliff Eas+ Dallas 3l0 W. Jefferson l9l0 Skillman WH 3-89l6 TA l-085l "More for Your Dollar a+ Bridges" Superman James flies in iusf in Hme +0 save poor, disfress Linda McCown. The maloreffes perform on Hue Sunsef pep assembly wifh music provided by Hue Misfers. 304 Always a Good Show a+ +he GRANADA 8524 GREENVILLE AVE. TA l-2205 RANEY'S VACUUM SHOP New and RebuiH CIeaners-Sales and Service TA 6-596I JEFF RANEY 2H2 Greenville Ave. JOE RANEY Dallas. Texas Foofball princesses Sherrill Rose. Linda Jones Janie Hyde. Nancy Hildebrandt and Mary Harris are infroduced on pep assembly. QandaQQ 3120mm 2928 N. Henderson TAonr 4-2545 DICK JORDAN Owner Nof-so wide-awake speech sfudenfs do +heir exercises. 305 VANDERBURG FINA SERVICE SERVICE CALLS 280! N. Fifzhugh TA 4-9093 BILGER FLORIST 3525 Greenville TA 4-3637 Juniors Marsue Schwille. Janef Miller and Judy Lewis sml CU affer a hard workouf in Vikingeffes during +he summe SPANISH VILLAGE 3839 Cedar Springs Dennis Turnbull leads Hue pledge of alfegiance during one of N. D.'s formal assemblies. HUB NEWS STAND l3l4 Elm Sf. , :2 3 RI 2-05l8 ,7 DALLAS 2. TEXAS 0 NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE 0 OUT OF TOWN PAPERS , Er! y : 2:222: . 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Owner 5435 Den'l'on Drive Dallas, Texas Joan Shira+o, Marilyn Gillilan, DoHie Blasingame. and SL DeGaw enon chicken af +116 Fair. 3C Bob George 38, 146, 172, 256, 257 1:2, Arthur 84 1s, Edwin John 74, 78, 101, 126, o, 164, 209,220,240, 241, 242 15, John Q. 84, 266, 270 15, Judy Ann 15, Kay 84, 154 15, Mildred Kay 1221, Ronnie Gene 169, 267 5, Norman Lee 74, 103, 204, 209, 0,229,240,241,242 21, Arthur Silva 38, 209, 220 dge, Aundrea J0 38, 131, 138, 146, 4, 176, 178 an, John Andrew 0, Mary Helen tin, Margaret 84 1, Rebecca Sue 84 1, Wanda Gail 84 Manuel Salvador 38, 154, 169, 265 Marilyn Louise 7rson, John Roy 84, 268 5rson, L'Roy 84 es, Pete 74, 181 65, Albert Ernest 31, Leonard N. 84, 266 ales, Abigail 74, 179 6, Charles Edward 38, 132, 208, 220 strong, Judy 74, 160, 172 sen, Chris yas, Salvador Martinez yas, Stella Martinez Martha Sue 38, 146, 148, 150, 153, 0,171 raft, Leona Faye 74 in, Mary Beth 84 05, Beatrice 74 41', Gary Walli3 265 T,Susan Ann 74,169,172,174 er, Nancy Carole 74, 153 er, Nita Sue 74, 151, 170, 171,256, 7 in, Carol Lee 74, 151, 165, 167, 251 lard, Tom Charles 269 1e5, Dwight lett, Edward Henry 74, 263, 264, 277 era, Benito G. 84 era, Raymond 38 on, Shirley Jo on, Yolanda 74, 158, 170, 171 lett, Suzanne 74, 157, 168, 170, 171, 30,137 , Bill Allen 5, Janie Elise 74 mgardner, Kendall Allen tar, Raymond Clay 39, 241, 243 , Shirley Jean 39 vides, Gloria tley, Doris Gail Kley, William Henrey 268 1hard, Diane 84, 158 dstein, Nathan Burton iRY, IMOGENE 18, 28, 148, 163, 36 trand, Ernest Lee 224 hires, Larry Dene 10p, Floradine 74 1013, Truitt Dallas 40, 202, 210, 220, 29 :k, Shirley Katheryn 84, 176 :kmon, Ruby Jo 151, 160, 40 r, Shirley Neal 74 kc, Roderick Jeffery 149, 247 ock, Mary Faye 84 set, Larry Wayne 84, 144, 210, 220, 33, 239, 247, 105 singame, Dottie Jean 74, 150, 165 Index Blasingame, Patricia Ann 84, 158 Bledsoe, Linda Jewell 84 BOLLINGER, C. M. 18, 220, 221, 224, 226, 247 Bonhomme, Martha 74, 159 Bowers, Paul David 84 Box, Elbert Wade Boyd, Lola 84, 149 Bradford, Clifford 241 Bradley, Jerry Bert 74 Breeland, Darlene Elizabeth 182 Briscoe, Jim 75 Briscoe, Tommy Richard 84, 160, 210, 220,233,234,239,241,1o4,126 Brister, V. Frank 154, 178, 265 Britt, Gaila Lynn 40, 256, 257 Brockman, Jo Ann 40, 144, 146, 157, 170, 171 Brockman, Larry 75 BRONENKANT, VIRGINIA 18, 26 Bronder, Ned John 40 Brothers, Rockford Wayne 75, 211, 220 BROOKS, NANCY 18 Broughton, Melinda 75, 159, 160, 181, 196 Brown, Chester Douglas 75, 211, 220 Brown, Doris Mary 84 Brown, Rosalinda Brumley, Billy D011 14, 40, 97, 111, 126, 144, 146, 148, 164, 36, 37, 131, 132, 139,241,242 Brunson, Georgia Ann 75, 176 Brunson, Thomas Robert 75, 169, 181, 267 Bryan, Bettye Gene 75, 159 Bryant, Linda Lavell 75 Buchanan, Linda Sue 75, 170, 171 Buckels, Janice Lynn 40, 75, 173 Buentello, Joe David 84, 267 Bullard, Carol Lynne 40, 158, 160, 173 Bullard, Sandra Jean 75, 158, 160, 173 Bunch, F. Sharon 84, 154, 158 Burk, Doris Elaine Burke, William Earl 41, 270 Bums, Richard A. 41 Butler, David BUTLER, MATTYALEA 18 Butler, Paul Erskine 182 Cain, Brack Powell Cagle, Beverly Ann 41 Caldwell, Allen 256 Camacho, Leonor Rojas 84 Campos, Alfred David 75, 176, 224 Campos, Herman Rodriquez 27, 41, 164, 132,139,208,220 Campos, Lenora 84 Cannon, Carolyn Ann 84, 158 Cantu, Amparo 75, 159 Cantu, Felix 41 Cantwell, Allen Wayne 84 Carder, Jerry D. 84, 157, 172 Carey, Thomas Bryan 247 Carpenter, Eunice Faye 84 Carpenter, Kerry Dianah 41, 154, 176, 178 Carrell, Betty Joan 41, 182 Carrillo, Jesse Roland 266 Carter, Donald Andrew 41, 98, 144, 164, 198,133,228, 230, 231 Carter, Marie Maxine 75, 153, 154, 160, 181 Carter, Michael David 84, 232, 233, 234, 106 Casares, Fred 42 Castleberry, Charles Herbert 233, 234, 237, 246, 247 Cedillo, Jesse Cervantes, Charles 85, 202, 211, 220, 105, 127 Chandler, Gary Donald CHAPMAN, WILMA 19, 147 Chatten, Betty Sue 75, 157, 158, 161, 165, 196, 204 Chaves, James Martin 85, 211, 220, 241 Chavez, Matilda 85, 159 Chavez, Pedro Gustavo 42, 163 Chavoya, Gloria Maria 85, 158 Christe, Georgia Ann 85, 154, 176 Cipher, Ransom Earl Claiboume, Charles CLARK, MARY SMITH 19, 174 Clark, Richard Lewis 85 Claunch, Patricia J0 75, 151, 161, 168, 179, 193 Clayton, Michael Lynn 42, 43, 212, 220 Clements, Virginia Sue 42, 150, 161, 176 Cleveland, Janice Nell 75, 159, 170, 171, 264,276 Cloyes, Jimmy Micheal 85 Coe, Leslie L. 154,263, 265, 42 Colbert, Jane Arlene 85, 157, 159, 181 Cole, Charles C. 42, 146, 164, 180 Cole, Martha Adele 42, 151, 170, 171, 179, 202, 266, 276, 277 Cole, Sarah Elizabeth 75, 79, 150, 160, 168,172,179 Coleman, Sheri Lynn 75, 151, 153, 160, 165 Collins, James Kenneth 43, 263, 266 Colunga, Joe 75 Compton, Gwyn Carol 43, 146, 148, 154, 277, 131 Contreras, Ben Saldana 43, 178 Contreras, Richard S. 85, 212, 220 Cooksey, Sandra Gayle 43, 179 COPPEDGE, GENE 19, 164, 136, 209, 210, 220, 221,232, 254 Cooper, Gary 85, 172, 106 Corley, Alvin Curtis 44, 146, 212, 245, 246,247,250,251,125 Cortez, Julie 44 Cortez, Lydia 85, 154, 178 Cortez, Michael 268 Coulter, Carolyn 85 CoursorffGary Doyle 85 Cowperthwaite, Tommy Roy Cox, April Jean 85 Craig, Ronny Craver, Charles Ronnie 75, 164, 212, 220 Craze, Donna Gail 76 Craze, Mary Annette 85 Creighton, Clyde Hathaway 85, 224, 241, 244 Cronkhite, Suzan Carol 44, 150, 153, 161 Cross, James Curry Crowder, Harry Sheill 144, 164, 170, 171, 263, 264, 270, 277, 44 Crowder, Sandra Darlene 85, 159, 167, . 190,106,118,122 Crowder, William David 85, 219, 220 Cuello, Dolores 85, 159 Cundiff, James Robert 44, 67, 263, 266 Cunningham, Glenn 182, 44 Currin, Jane Evelyn 158 Currin, Katheryn Carol 144, 170, 171, 44 Curry, Patrick Marshall 85 Curry, Sandra Lois 85 Cther, Mary Lois 76 Daniels, Kenneth Wayne 44, 180, 241, 242, 244 Davila, Myrna 85, 154, 161, 166 Davis, Ann Elizabeth 85, 154, 178 309 Davis, Bessie Ann 146, 157, 173, 45, 174 Davis, Dennie Lynn 149, 148, 151, 161, 165, 136, 185 Davis, Doris Avis Davis, George Allen 159, 265 Davis, Georgia Lee 86 Davis, Janie Ruth 76, 173, 180 Davis, Timothy Shannon 44, 263, 268, 276, 277 Day, Andra Joyce 86, 149 Day, Sandra Jean 86, 149, 154 de la Matte, Fatty 86 Dean, Susan Frances 76, 159, 179, 180 DeGaw, Suzy Tawny 76, 144, 151, 160, 166,204,136,102 Delgado, Irma 45 Delgado, Olga 76, 163, 165, 179 Dennehy, Marty Joseph 39, 247 Derr, Melvin Glenn 170, 171, 176, 45 DEW, MILDRED 19, 28, 166, 167, 238 Diaz, Olivia 76, 158, 163, 176 Dickerson, Mary Jo 85 Dietrich, William Carroll 45, 180, 187, 203,213,220 Dillard, Ophielia Dismore, Diana 85 Dismore, Donald Lee 45, 182 Dismore, Jane Elaine 86 Dismore, J0 31, 179 Dobbs, James Frederick 76, 268, 256, 257 Dodson, Sandal Jinx Dominguez, Leonor Donegan, Theresa Ann Donnell, Linda Marie 45, 166, 173, 190 Dorough, Allen Thomas Dotson, Susan Jean 86, 159 Douglas, Janet Rose , Drobm'es, Naomi Elizabeth Dunkin, Martha Ruth 146, 157, 170, 171, 176, 46 Duren, Margaret Ann Duvall, Ellen Deane 86, 161 Duvall, Gilbert 76, 267 Duvall, Jerry Lee 45, 182 Easley, Edwin Eaton, Charles Edward 76, 182 Edwards, Michael Dell 76, 271 Edwards, Stanley Jay 76, 213, 220, 239, 102 Edwards, Steve Alan 46, 100, 130, 213, 220,245, 247, 250, 251, 254 Eidt, Marilyn Sue 146, 148, 151, 172, 46, 132, 134 Eilers, Susan Elaine 149, 154 Elder, Jimmy Lee 77, 154, 194, 265 Elles, Larry Dale Elliot, Connie Ann 47, 175 Ellis, David Ellis, Howard 47 Ellis, Priscilla Ellis, Linda Patricia 76, 144, 159, 179, 180,113,183,122 Emmert, David Monroe Emmett, David Michael 76, 247 Emmons, Jack Ronald Ernst, Roger C. 76, 178, 181, 265 Escamilla, Gilbert Roland 170, 171, 263, 267, 271, 47 Esquivel, Christine 158, 173 Evans, Martha Kay 277 Everett, Pam 86, 159, 161, 179, 105, 122 Farless, Lynne Ann 76, 149, 151, 163 169,174 Ferguson, Michael J. 182 FETTERMAN, RUTH 30, 179 Few, Frances Annette 47 Flares, Guadalupe Rivera 214, 220 ID Flores, Ramona Mona 76 Flowers, Myra Elizabeth 146, 170, 171, 172, 47, 135, 175 Ford, Jimmy 86 Flynn, Mary Kathryn 86, 158 FOREHAND, LEORA 19 Fooshee, Kay Margaret 76, 154, 176 Foreman, Michael Jeff 86, 154, 166, 167 138, 175 Porgy, Huntyce Elaine 76, 154, 157, 172 178, 134 FORGY, PAUL 19, 154, 178, 192 Fowler, Clifford Lee Fox, Cheryl Christine 151, 180, 47 Fox, Murray Edward 76, 172 France, Carol Jean 86, 144, 161 Francis, Robert Elmer 86, 106 Freeman, Charles Ray 48, 146, 164, 170, 171 French, Julianna 48, 160,167, 176, 179 Frith, Roger Wayne 86, 266 Frizzell, Frances 76, 153, 154, 159, 169 Fuqua, Steve 2 Garcia, Judy 76 Garner, Edith Joyce 98, 144, 146, 150, 170, 171, 48, 135, 239, 251,118,122 GARNER, LEORA 30, 179 Garrett, Frank Olen 76, 164, 225, 183 Garrett, Gaylia Suzanne 146, 170, 171, 48, 134, 174, 175 Garrett, Pat Francis 76, 224, 233, 234, 247,248 Garza, Carmen 86 Garza, Gloria Linda 77 Garza, Herlinda 48, 163, 170, 171 Garza, joe 48 Garza, Ralph Sunday Garza, Salvador 87, 269 Garza, Virginia Ann Gay, Donna Lee 48, 151 Gerke, Pamela Patterson 87, 158 Gibson, Carol Ann Gibson, Gary 77 Gidcumb, Carol Ann Gideon, Charles Thomas 48, 247, 248, 100 Gilbert, Barbara Jean 87 Gilbert, Linda Fay 77 Giles, Jim 166, 170, 171, 138 Giles, Paul Douglas 77, 170, 171, 263, 264, 271 Gilliam, Earl Ray 77, 182 Gillilan, Marilyn 77, 79, 150, 167, 168, 204, 102 Gilliland, John Harrison 77, 169, 176, 181,204 GLASSCOCK, CURTIS 20, 238 Glover, James Gordon GOLDEN, LUTHER 20, 22, 238 Golden, Rhodie 268, 271 Goldthwaite, William Merrell 269 Gomez, Cecilia 175 Gomez, Mona Linda 77, 80, 158 Gonzales, Lupe 87, 158 Gonzales, Margaret 87 Gonzales, Mary Conception 77, 144, 159 Gonzales, Patricia Diane 87 Gonzalez, Joe Angel 77, 154, 265 Gonzalez, Louis 87 Gonzalez, Mike 268 Goodwin, Katherine E. Goodwin, Sally Mae 151, 153, 169, 176, 49 Gordon, Elizabeth Henryetta 87 Gosche, Marlene Mae 87 Goulding, Clare 77, 159 Graves, James Randall 87, 154, 265 Gray, Billy D. 170, 171, 49 Gray, Edmund 77, 164, 269, 49 Gray, Sandra 49 Green, German Ray 87, 176, 224, 2 240,241,242 GREEN, JACK 20 Gresham, James 77 Gressley, LeRoy GRICE, MIRIAM 20, 150 Grimm, David Alan 77, 169, 269 Grindstaff, Dolores Ann 49, 154 Griswald, Rose Ann 146, 151, 157, 49 Grubbs, Ronnie 164, 170, 171, 49, Grunewald, Janet Gail Grzywinski, Harriet Sue Grzywinski, Mary Virginia 77, 179 Grzywinski, Raymond Grzywinski, Val John Guerra, Lucy Ruth 49 Guerra, Timothy Michael Guerrero, Jesse 87 Guevara, Mary Helen 87 Gunther, Margaret Love 87, 173 Gutierrez, Gilbert 87, 269 Gwozdziowsky, Orest Bohdan 87 Hackler, David Marcus 77, 268 Hahn, Carol Lynne 87, 161, 173 Hahn, Janita Ann Haley, Mike Hall, Bobby 87, 268, 270 Hall, Kenneth Edwin Hall, Sandra Kay Hall, Susan Lynell 88, 161, 167, 105 Halleck, Ernie Joseph Hanby, Mary Sue 77, 154, 172, 178 Handley, Elaine Handley, Melody Ann 77, 159 Hanes, Brenda Kay 88, 144, 159, 16 167, 190, 106, 122 Hanna, Celia 77 Hanson, Juanita Paulette 77, 170, 1 Harper, Jimmy L. 77, 172, 256, 257 Harrell, George Foster Harrelson, Iva Lynne 150, 161, 169, Harrelson, Johnny Burton 77, 144, 1 180 Harris, Jessie Darlene Harris, Linda Louise 50, 88 Harris, Mary Tom 50, 166, 167, 177 179,202,205,204,228,229,256, Harris, Phil Tom Harris, Phillis Ann 77 Harris, Priscilla 88, 159 Harris, Tommy Wayne Harrison, Nancy Lee 50 Harrison, Patricia Ann 170, 171, 50, 175 Harvey, William HASSELL, ROYCE 20, 220, 221 Hawkins, Mary Ruth 77, 161 Haynes, Blake D. 224 Haynes, Donald Burl 50, 267 Heath, Becky 88 Hearst, Margaret A. 147, 170, 171, 1 51 Hebert, Anita Marie 78, 158, 179 Heitmann, James Ray Henderson, Alice Mae 78 Henderson, Jerry Lee 78 Henderson, Keith Paul 269 Henry, Richard Allan Henson, Margaret Carolyn Hernandez, Betty 157, 51 Hernandez, Cecilia 51 Hernandez, Edward 78 Hernandez, Lupe 88 Hernandez, Lupe G. 51 Hetherington, William Robinson 52 Hildebrandt, Nancy Ann 52, 151, 16 202, 203, 228, 229 randt, Sarah Jane 88, 159, 179, 105, 122 ck 14,15,52,144,145,147 164, 194, 195, 263, 130, 175, 214, 220 try R. 52, 269, 274, 276, 277 ameIa Elaine 78, 101, 107, 108, 122, 165, 198, 269, 276, 277, 230, 239 andra Kaye 52, 153, 179, 187, 193, 277, 230, 231, 96, 117, 122 n, Sandra Gay 88 , Melinda Jane 88, 158 :1, Harvey Randall 177, 52 n, Molly Ann 88 ROCK, HELEN 20 mb, Homer Hardy 52, 144, 164, 253 n, Mike 52 way, Larry Milton 88, 154, 265 way, Nettie Ruth 88, 154, 178 cutt, Bob Marlin 267 Jimmy 78, 136, 214, 220, 233, , 239, 247, 248, 251, 183 eston, Susan Katherine 153, 154, , 53 eston, Svetlana Lorraine 88, 159, , 255, 256, 257 2, Sandra 53 PHREY, WINIFRED 20, 28, 149 PHRIS, BOBBYE MAE 20, 238 y, Elizabeth 78 xker, Tommy Clinton 78, 224, 225, , 248 ?ELD, DOROTHY 10, 179 y, Tommy 224 Johnny Lee :HINSON, SELDON S. 9, 28, 144, Jane Ellen 53, 144, 146, 148, 166, ,199,132,136,228,229,230,231 ,107,118,122,123 E, RUFUS 21,27,210, 212, 220, n, Janie Elizabeth 78, 79, 149, 157, ,168,181 1, Georgia Louise 78 L CLIO 21,147 on, Herman Keith 224, 225 on, James Nevile 88, 233 on, Richard Michael 78, 169 on, Roy M. 78, 164, 202, 247, 249 5, Ronald Ray 53, 98, 164, 198, 202, 3, 231 Rufus 78, 256 ns, Judy Ann 174 ns, Larry Dale 78, 145, 169, 180, 3 ngs, Harriett Lynn 145, 147, 151, Z, 53, 135 son, Billie Ruth 88 , Warren Davis 53, 263, 264, 270, 6 son, Boyd A. 88 son, Iva Darlene 78 son, John Lee 267, 270 on, Shirley Jane 88 , Carol Ann 53 , David J. 78, 164, 214, 220, 241, 4,102,127 , Delores Ann 79 , Donna Mary 145 , Gary Dwight 78, 224, 225 , Harold Eugene 224, 105 , Linda Catherine 148, 179, 53, 205. 8,229,99,109,122 Jones, Roy Lee Jones, Shelley Elizabeth 54, 99, 148, 151, 67 Jones, Wayne Wesley 170, 171, 54 Jordan, Beckie Ann 173 Jordan, June Ann 79, 145, 149, 151, 160, 165, 202, 102 Jordan, Virginia Ruth 54, 173, 180 Jung, Susie 88 Kavanaugh, Helen Virginia 54, 170, 171 Kavanaugh, Tommy Joe 54 Karger, Peggy Louise 67 Keese, Joan 54 Keetch, Judy Lynn 122 Kelly, Mary Lou 79 Kelley, Michael 54, 154, 156, 178, 263, 264, 265, 272, 273, 275, 277, 139 Kennedy, James Larry 180, 247 King, Betty Ann King, James Rodney 79, 154, 178 King, Rick Owen 88, 154 King, Tommy Joseph 54, 268 Kinnan, Mary Carlene 153, 55 Kirby, Dorothy Jane 79 Knight, David Butler 55, 182 Kostman, Henry 181, 255, 256 Kramer, Roberta Lee 88 Kreska, Daniel Sullivan Krewson, William Gregory Kubin, Gwendolyn 79, 149, 150, 161, 170, 171, 136, 102, 122 Kurc, Barbara Jean 89, 161, 173 Lacey, Judy Lee 79, 161 Lacey, Molly Ann 79, 159, 161, 173, 174 Lambert, Carolyn Sue 55 Lang, Linda Lee 79 Langston, Gary Paul 89, 267 Lanier, James Clifton 89, 267 Lappe, Ronnie Richard 89 Lara, Ralph 89, 224, 225 Latimer, Larica 151, 55 Latridge, Bill 89 LAWLER, NELL 22 Layden, Mickey Bernard Layne, Pat Stuart 89, 154, 178, 265 Ledgerwood, Danzel Raymond LEMMON, CLARA 22, 24 LeNoir, Mary Suzanne 79, 163 Lepti'c, Richie Jay 89 Lettieri, Ralph Lee 267 Leverton, Martha Jane 55 Lewis, David Leslie 79 LEWIS, GENELIA 22 Lewis, Janice Gail 89, 145, 159, 167, 190, 277,122 Lewis, Judy Gail 79, 151, 163, 165, 179 Lewis, Morris Dean Lewis, Rachel Earlene 151, 55 Liles,Ju1ia Dacus 79, 145, 55, 174 Lindsey, George Dodson 55, 263, 264, 270,274,215,220 Linn, Dan Malcolm 89, 265 Lister, Mickey Allen 89, 267 Lister, Tommy Lee 79, 267, 276. 277 Logan, Robertson Perry 56 Long, Ronald Wayne 182 Lopez, Jesse Joseph 154, 164, 170, 171, 187,201,202,265,276,183 Lopez, Julio Lora, Ralph 241 Loring, Ben E. 89, 224, 225, 241, 244, 105 Loring, Sharon Virginia 56, 145, 150, 157,161, 170, 171, 204 Lotridge, William 266 Love, Nancy Kay 89 Love, Warren Jay 79, 154, 170, 171, 177 Lloyd, Nancy 79, 154 Lozano, Betty Juanelle 80, 154, 173 Luna, Francisco Xavier 80, 267, 270, 247 Luther, Gerald Edwin 56 Lynch, Paul Ronald Lynn, Danny 154 Lyon, Patricia Ann 79, 154, 157, 178 McAnally, Janet Suzanne 80, 159 McBride, Eloise Ann 56 McCain, Michael Rex 56, 219, 220, 238 IACCown,IJndaJ0 56,99,116,177,198 203,205,250,251,239,122 McDonald, Joseph Robert McDowell, Shirley 89 McFarling, Judith Ann 80 McGehee, Leslie Clifton 89, 154, 265 McGibboney, Linda Darnell 80 McGovern, Kathy Kay 89 McGuffy, Martha Ann 89 McGuire, Kathryn Elizabeth 89, 158, 179 McKinney, Rhonda McKoy, William Kenneth 50, 154, 170, 171,263,265 MCLerran, Karla 80, 149, 151, 170, 171, 172,181 McMath, Gwen Ruth McMichael, Molly Milene 56 McQuagge, Jackie Ann 158 McQuagge, Jakie 93 McSorIey, Mary Bridget 57, 162 McWilliams, Perry Don Maca, Joanne Marie 89 Macaluso, Sam Michael Macaulay, Mary Elizabeth 80, 177, 179, 181, 174 Madden, Carmela Catherine 89, 159 Mahan, Jerry E. Main, Jimmie Earl Main, Maurice V. 89, 215, 220, 241, 242 Maldonado, Carmen 89 Maldonado, Maggie 174 Mallewick, David Bruce Malone, Patricia Joan Manriquez, Paul 266, 271 Marine, Anna Marie 80, 150, 161, 179 Marts, Sam R. Martel, Mark 80, 145, 154, 170, 171, 265 Martin, Brenda 89, 154, 158 Martin, Linda 80 Martin, Norman Allen 89, 268 Martinez, Alfred 89, 224, 225, 241, 243 Martinez, David Martinez, Eugene 80, 227, 238 Martinez, John 89 Martinez, Lydia 89 MASTERS, ETHEL 7, 22, 146, 172 Mathena, Linda 8O Matney, James Ronald Matthaei, Rudolf Herbert 57, 169, 193 May, Jane Elizabeth 89 L4ay,JudyIi. 57,170,171,177 Mayes, Dianne 80 Meade, Melody 89 Meeker, Herbert 57, 263, 266 Melton, David Ray 266 Mena, Joe M. 269 Mendez, David 269 Mendez, Phillip 57, 215, 220 Mendez, Tom 154, 265 MEYER, RALPH 22 Meyers, Julie 89 Meyers, Ruthy Marie 90, 145, 159, 162, 177, 175, 106, 119, 122 Meza, Mary Alice 90 3I I Miller, Charles Miller, Edward Charles 57, 233, 235, 239 Miller, Janet G. 80, 150, 162, 168 Miller, Jodie Marie Miller, Kay Frances 57, 151, 153, 170, 171 Miller, Larry Frank 90, 266 Miller, Mike C. 57 Miller, Roger Lynn 154 Miller, Sandra 80, 153 Miller, Ophelia Dillard Millet, Preston H. 58 Mills, Paul Goodwin 90, 266, 270 Millsaps, Claudette 90, 159 Mims, William Sidney 90, 180 Miramontes, Jimmy Ray 27, 58, 216, 217, 220, 223, 238. 240, 241, 242, 244 Mitchell, Thomas Houston 80, 164, 252, 253. 183 Moore. Edward Clark MOORE, VVYNETTE 23, 180 Mora, Luis 90, 216, 220, 241 Morales, Isaias Moreno, Abelardo Rick Moreno, Frank Aldana 58, 212, 216, 220, 225,229 Moreno, Olga Yolanda Morey, Douglas Morris, Richard Leo 90 Morris, Sheila Ruth 90, 104 Morse. Bobbie Sue Morse, Otis Harrison 90, 233, 234 Mott, Betty Carolyn 90 Mowdy, Wanda Jo MOYER, EDITH 23, 179, 205 Moyer, Nedah K. 90, 145, 153, 158, 175 Muir, Louis 58 Mullendore, John Paul 90 Muller, James O. 58 Mullins, Billy 80, 224, 225 Millinix, Ann 90 Munoz, Jimmy 80, 182 Murphey, Donna Eillccn 154 Myers, Julie Nance, Daryel Allan 90, 154, 265 Nance, Thomas 94711110111 80, 180, 224, 226 Nash, Ronald Lee 157 Neal, Shirley 90 Nelson, Joseph Lynn 93 Nelson, Tenn 58, 148, 151 Newman, Tommy Joe 58, 170, 171, 172, 181 Newsomc. Anne Sears 58, 174, 175 Newton, Robert Nelson 216, 220, 241 Newton, Scutter Emmett 80, 170, 267, 270,274 Nichol, Reba Faye 9O Nichols, Marilyn Kay 90 Nienderhofer, Judy E. 80, 162 Noble, Stephen Douglas 81, 157, 176 Nuncio, Mamie 59, 162, 163, 173, 175 Nunez, Martha 81, 162, 177 Nunez. Sam Amelia 59, 163 Ogawa, Carole Adrian 90 Ogawa, Richard Herbert 59 Olive, Irma 81, 158, 170, 171 O'Nale, Richard Kyle 182 Ondrusck, Henry 81, 267, 270 Orr, Judy Carol 90. 145 Orr, Mary" Eloise 59, 173 Osborne, Sue M. 90, 177 Osteen, WHlIiam Earl Ovalle, Robert 224, 269 Owen, William 90 Owens, Reevu Anne 59, 170, 171, 181 3l2 Pace. Diane Aurora 81 Paddock, Kathleen Clare 59, 151 P11dill;1,GeorgeJ. 81, 154, 157, 170, 171,265 Page. Billy R. 268' Paiz, Yolanda Juanita Palomo, Daniel 90, 269, 271 P21101110, Victor Vincent 59, 263, 267 Pappas, Georgia Dimitm 59, 179, 181, 174,175 Park, Susan Lynne 60, 98, 146, 150, 152, 160,172,132,135,109,110,122 Parks, Donald Ray 99, 164, 198, 230, 231 Parma, Katherine Anna 81, 145 Partin, Mike Lindsay 241, 269 Patrick, John T. 241, 266 PATTERSON. PATRICIA 21, 23, 165, 169 Payne, Dan 81 Payne, Frances Lynn 90 Peacock, Barbara Sue 60, 151, 179 Peacock, Don F. 60, 149, 164 Pearson, Perry Nelson Peddy, Jimmy Clay 90, 247 Pederson, Lance Eric Peersh, Dolores 90 P61111111, Diane Sue 81 Pellnm, Edith Lorene 90 Penn, Carolyn Pennington, Walter Howard 81, 269 Peoples, David Everett 60, 209, 217, 220, 229 Peterson, James Edward 60, 164, 263, 268,271,137,174 PETTIE, JEAN 23, 182 Petty, Gwendolyn Kay Philipp, Rudolf Peter 269 Phillips, Gary Boyd 219, 220, 102 Pickard, Dinnathia Cherylene 81, 149, 168 Pierson, Dolores Pinckard, Rita Ann 60, 145, 150, 179 Pinckard, Ronnie Earl 90, 269, 271 Pinson, Dess Franklin 81, 170, 171, 268, 270 Pinson, Jim Leon 60, 170, 171, 202, 266, 270,276,277 Flatt, Marcia Louise 9O Flatt, Afary Ann Platt, Paul LIarion 60, 147, 154, 170, 171, 263, 265 Poetschke, Edward Gilbert 61, 99, 164, 198,230,231,256 Pope, Linda Louise 90, 159, 180 Pope, Judy Ann 61, 176, 182 PORTER, HARDION 23, 29 POWELL, GLADYS 23, 231, 238 Powell, Robert Michael 91, 224, 226 Prachyl, Lynda Gwen 91 Prachyl, Romney Lee 61, 217, 220, 263, 264,270,277 Pribble, Penny Kay 81, 162 Price, Charles Thomas 154, 265 Price, Denny Dale Price, John 266 Probeck, Janis Christine 106, 120, 159, 265, 276 Pruitt, Ruby Louise 91 Pugh, Jack 967111121111 61, 148, 217, 220, 232, 233, 236. 257, 239, 242, 245, 247, 249,251 Queredo, Caroline Josephine Quick. Fred 5, Rainey, Ginger Leigh Ramos, Cruz Ramos, Olivia Munoz 61 Ramos, Ronnie 266 Ramsey, Ann 91 Ramsey, Jack 61, 145, 164, 170, 171 RAMSEY, MARIAN W. 24, 168, 2 Raney, Beth Ann 61, 151 Rasnic, Marilyn Dianne Ray, Bonnie Ruth 61, 153, 173, 174, Ray, Brenda 62, 119, 122 Reason, Tim Wayne 62 Rector, Darlene Delois 81, 181 Redding, Richard Larry Redman, XWilliam Thomas Reed, Carol Ann 119, 122 Reeder, Laura Beth 62, 99, 122, 150, Reeves, Randy 62, 265 Reeves, Richard Wyvell Reeves, Sandra Jean 91 Reid, Robert Paul 81, 269 Renfro, Marilyn Leigh 91 Rennie, William Robert 182 Reyes, Juez -91 Reyes, Inez Aguilem 159, 177 Reyna, Yolanda Reynolds, Linda Lee 91, 180 Rhea, David Paul Rheder, Richard Harold 134, 154, 17 175 Rice, Gloria Annette 62, 151, 177 Richardson, Carol Ann 62, 151, 170, Richardson, Linda Lou 91, 159 Richardson, Lois Anita 81, 149, 150, Richardson. Phares Graham 91, 163, Richburg, Glenda Shirlene 91, 180 Rietcheck, Jo Anne 62 RIDLEY, RIX 24, 153 Riggs, Mary Ann 62, 149, 137, 174, 4 Riggs, Virginia Katherine 91 Rippa, David 182 Rislon, Karen Kay 91, 159 ROBERTS, ROSCOE 25, 261, 270, 2 Robertson, Sharon Lynn 154, 178 Robertson, Wlnlter Stuart 81, 154, 16: 169,181,265 Rocha, Mary Ann 63 Rodriguez, Carlos 170, 171 Rodriguez, Gloria Ann 81, 159 Rodriguez, Fat 81, 150, 162, 163 Rogers, Alfred Calvin 81, 154, 178, 2 Rogers, Elizabeth Josephine 91, 145, 162,178 Rogers, blargie Ann 81 Rolsten, Felice Adele 63 Rose, Sherill F. 63, 150, 170, 171, 17 179,228,229 Rosenblatt, Mark 91 Roten, Ronald Dennis 91, 224, 226 Roten, Sandra Kay 63, 150, 153, 177, 268,276,277 Rozier, Ralph Rice 91 Rucker, Linda Katheryn 91, 159, 162 Ruiz, Rosa Rutledge, Sam 218. 220 SAFRANEK, GEORGE ANN 25, 17 Saldana, John Edward 91 Salinas, Albert Joseph 233, 236, 238, 252, 253, 254 Sanchez, Emma Sanchez, Marcos Castillo 91 Sanchez, Mary Priscilla Sandoval, Fred 91, 268 Saucedo, Janie Duran Sawyer, Sandra Germaine Scarborough, Steve W, 81, 145, 136, 249,102 Schick, Nancy Lynn 91, 145, 159, 162 179,106,120,122 Schirato, Joan Mary 149, 165 tz, Brenda Jean 91, 251, 108 ,edeke, Cheryl Faye 63 2, Kenneth Wayne za, Norman Edward Elle, Lydia Marsue 81, 151, 153, ?,179,114,122 ,Billy John Jimmy George , Linda Viola. 91,153, 159, 239, , 122 , Barbara Ann :1, Jose Luis 63, 263, 267 t, Evelyn Ann 91, 159 er, Brenda 91, 159 '5, Carol Jane 82, 151, 165, 167 rd, Robert K. 63, 91 1am, Harvey Lee 63, 147, 240, 241, e, Aubyn Keith 172, 224, 247 0, Joan 81 ell, Rand Karl 81, 169, 218, 220 63, William Be1yl 218, 220 Billy Ed 81 d, Evelyn Marie 81, 170, 171, 174 5, Sara 91, 159, 177 Diane Ludivina Jeff 64, 269 n, David Ray er, Guy 177 er, Patricia Jean vorth, Ronald Jay 92, 267 , Susan Cordilla 92, 173 , Vera LOuise 81, 168, 177 t, Sara Jayne 92 , Cheryl Lynn 92, 179 1,130n 99,134,180,219,220,228 9,245,247,250,251 1, Don Aaron 92, 105 , Elizabeth Anne , Freidn Katherine 92 1, James 64 , Linda Nell 81 ,Mildred Jane 81, 159, 162 , Shari Louise land, Sandy 92 , Alary Donna 154 ow, Carol Ann , Bobby Moreland 92 vn, Thelma Jean ord, Micheal Leon 267 hill, John Robert 64 hill, Mary Margaret 92 65, Robert Darrel 92 NSON, CLYDIA B. 25, 173, 180 ens, Virginia Ann nson, Catheryn 92, 158, 177 art, Charles Patrick 92, 268 ART, FLORENCE 25, 28 s, Marsha Jyl 92 6, William Morrow all, Kay Louise 82,151, 162, 165, 2,187,120,122 t, Curtis Eugene ONG, JOE 25. 29, 220, 221, 232. 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Rosalinda 158 Trobaugh, Barbara Ann Tulley, Sam Kathlene 82 Turnbull, Dennis Jack 14, 65, 144, 164, 180, 263, 264, 277, 130 Turner, Marian Sue 174 Tutt, Ernestine 82, 150, 162, 168 Tyler, Brenda Alice 82, 163, 202 Tyler, Wesley Ray 65, 180, 252, 253, 254 Ussery, Hal C. 92. 224, 226, 241 Vallette, Folger Bryant 92, 268, 224, 226, 241,242 Vandervort, Louise 31, 179 Vandygriff, Sharron Paulette 92, 154, 178, 267, 276, 277, 130 Van Hattum, Eddie R. 82, 167, 268 Van Liew, Rita Rae 92, 159 Vasquez, Ray Vaughn. 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