North Lamar High School - Yacht Yearbook (Paris, TX)
- Class of 1979
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Text from Pages 1 - 276 of the 1979 volume:
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Never too busy: Mrs. Hindman takes
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student even though she's busy try-
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Really getting into it:
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ent enthusiasm, Mrs.
Hindman yells as much
as the students do dur-
ing a pep rally.
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the assembly as Mrs. Brown and her son
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fTopJ A rare quiet moment: Mrs. Hindman is
caught in one of her few calm moments.
fBottomJ Acting goofy: As crazy as any of the
students, Mrs. Hindman goofs around with
Sandy Lamb and Tammy Coward before the
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How do you describe a unique person? Do
you tell about her unending enthusiasm or
her dedication to anything she decides to
do? Do you mention the fact that she put
over S20 of her own money in our class jug
each time we had a spirit chain for two
years? Or do you tell about one of the many
terrible days that she turned into good ones
with her weird but wonderful way of teach-
ing the often dull subject of English that had
you rolling in the aisles and crying with
To this person the Senior Class owes a
tremendous amount. She was always too
busy to listen to our problems and achieve-
ments, but she always took time out to do it
anyway, and she cared enough about us to
devote entire classtimes to discuss and try
to help us with the many different situations
we had gotten ourselves into.
We, the class of 1979, wish to give back
some of the love and caring that she's given
to us by dedicating the '79 Yacht to our
wonderful teacher and friend, Mrs. Sharon
Thanks a million! We would've missed out
on a lot without you.
English class is never dui
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Days Due to
Snow and Ice
Spring was the end of missing days because
of snow and ice and the beginning of track,
baseball, and golf. It was also a hectic time for
the students who attended any of the many
club conventions. There were many days when
classes were greatly reduced in number.
The third annual science fair was held in the
gym. All science students were required to
enter a project. Winners were picked by a
group of judges from East Texas State Univer-
ln addition, preparations for the next school
year were already being made. Tryouts for var-
sity and junior varsity cheerleaders were held
before the student body so that they could be
picked by popular vote. Majorette and drum
major tryouts were judged one afternoon after
school by a panel of band directors. Four
majorettes with Tammy Glover as head were
chosen, and Lauri Cox was given the position
of drum major.
CUpper Righty Last minute
check: Tammie Ivy looks
over her entry in the stock
show one more time while
waiting for the judges.
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Regional math contestants: Lawrence Truan, David Townsend, Charles
Draper, and sponsor Mrs. Joyce Johnson relax for a few minutes at the
regional math meet in Arlington.
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Feels so good! Jane Graves, Dar-
cell White, Zena Twitty, and
Beckie Black beam after winning
the mile relay at the regional track
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try show off their spirit during cheerleader try-
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mighty Saturday Night Fever - NL style: Terry
Vanderburg and Melanie Truan show off their
CBelowj A little more to the left: Photographer
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Cooper where to stand for their prom picture.
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Dance, Dance, Dance! The dance floor was never empty while the band
8 . Prom played for enthusiastic dancers.
at Junior-Senior Prom
A chance to talk: Steve Flaper and Mary Arnold take time to talk
during a slow dance.
Disco Inferno: That's what Ken Gunter and Lynn Rob-
erts feel like as the body heat that was generated
raised the temperature of the room.
Swayin' to the music: Kim Clark,
Randy Daniels, Melinda Bowers,
and Dickie Birdsong relax a little
as a slow dance is played.
Behind the scenes: Steve Matney is an example
ofthe people who worked as har off stage at the
Senior play as the actors dld on stage.
Prom, Senior Plc
to a Close
The last month of school was busy for
underclassmen as well as seniors. Band
members had little time as they went to
the Sandy Lake Music Contest a week
before their annual spring concert. An
extra-large crowd braved the sweltering
heat of the unairconditoned gym to see
Off the'7'rack, the senior play.
Students agafn danced to the music of
the Quintet at the junior-senior prom,
"This One's for You" was the theme cho-
sen for that special night.
The state track and math meets marked
the end of the year for UIL competitors:
the girls' track team went up yet another
notch as they won second place, and
Charles' Draper became the first NL stu-
dent to place in the state math meet when
he took third place in Number Sense.
As the last full week of school arrived
and the '78 Yacht didn't, students and
Yacht staff became very anxious. Due to
bad weather, Taylor Publishing Company
had fallen behind schedule almost a
month. When the Yacht finally came in on
the last Friday, the Yacht Staff worked
frantically to get the books out without
further delay of the weekend.
The end of twelve years of hard work
for 140 Seniors was greeted with both
relief and regret as they said goodbye on
graduation night. Valedictorian Terry
Vanderburg and Salutatorian Becky Jen-
sen gave their advice and shared their
feelings with the huge audience that
packed the gym that night.
Caps were soon hurled into the air as
the ceremonies ended, but tears were
also seen as many seniors said goodbye
tothe underclassmen and each other for
the last time.
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CTopJ Ending things a different way: P.E. girls celebrate the end
of the year with a '50's party.
CBottomy Where do we go now? Sandy Springer, Tammy Coward,
Jana Graves, Coach Roy Tom Stone, and Sandy Lamb look
around the University of Texas in Austin during the State Track
more around the eyes: Mrs. Sharon Hindman makes
Lawrence Truan for the senior play as Mrs. Zara
Junior High Award: Molly Carpenter receives
an award from Junior High Principal B. N.
Brown at the Junior High Awards Assembly.
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Every second counts: Charles Dra-
per prepares for the State Math
Meet as he works test after test in
his spare time in Austin before the
It's almost time: Seniors get dressed and i ready in the
cafeteria before the ceremonies. ' T 5'
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"Pardon my 'seemingjcuriosity
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into the affairs of Evalinai Bumpass
CSandy Lamb! and Mrs. Gorino
fSusan Armstrong, in Off the Track,
the Senior Class play. i
Processional: Gleaward walks into the gym
for the last time as a NL student.
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The henpecked fiance? Wiillie Woodson
fGary Gifford! waits in the dressing room
forthe Senior Play to begin. i
A proud editor: Sheri Holsenbeck, Editor,
presents the '78 Yachtto Superintendent
Fioy Chadwick at the yearbook assembly
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CLef0 "Thanks, Mom, " Marilee Spencer and her mother, Mary,
share a special hug after graduation.
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Awards night for everyone: Principal Darrell
White presents an athletic award to Sophomore
fAboveJ Congratulations! Terry Vanderburg
receives his diploma from Superintendent Roy
fLeftJ It includes a lot of people: Graduation
involves more than just the Seniors.
You've done a fantastic job!
Zena Twitty receives the Girls'
Basketball Award from Athletic
Director Paul Glover.
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Raising money: Majorettes
Deanna Wall and Tammy Glo-
ver are shown by Sonic Man-
ager Ronnie Rayburn the way
to deliver orders to Sonic ous-
tomers. This was one of the
ways the majorettes raised
money for summer camp and
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fTopJ First NL flag corps to attend camp:
Kim Holsenbeck, Elgie Anderson, Tina
Starks, Jami Ford, Arlecia Dangerfield,
Loretta Cooper, and Rhonda Smith make
up the flag corps members who sweated
out the entire week at the ETSU Summer
Flag Corps Camp.
lBottomj About to start a hard week:
Majorettes Shannon Armstrong, Deanna
Wall, and Tammy Glover just arrived at
majorette camp at Kilgore Junior College
and are putting away their things as they
prepare themselves for a week of hard
work learning routines.
Rest for Some,
Work tor Others
Summer vacation meant many different things to differ-
ent people. For some it was the traditional swimming,
camping, and vacationing with their families, but for many
it was every bit as busy-as school time.
Many students had summer jobs that took up much of
their time, and there was also the group of fifteen-year-
olds who had daily drivers' ed instruction for two weeks.
Others, such as the majorettes, drum major, varsity
cheerleaders, and flag corps had week-long summer
camps to attend so that when school and football season
started in the fall, they would be fully prepared to carry
out their duties.
For just about everyone, though, summer was a time to
relax a little, reflect on the past school year, and prepare
themselves for the coming one.
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her summer doing
work for the school.
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mighty We could do it thislway:
Counselor Jerry Moore helps f 3
Norman Smalley arrange his a
QBeIow, Lefty Straining for perfec-
tion: Varsity football players give
all they've got in practice so that
they'll be in shape for the real
fBeIow, Flight! Keeping a steady beat:
Freshman drummer Tony Moody pro-
vides a cadence for the band as he learns
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marchers as well as freshmen have to practice
long hours to perfect the new corps style
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tices to get ,all the basics down before the first
scrimmageg ' y
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Football Team, Band
Three Weeks Early as
September Fill the First
Weeks of School g
Although school wasn't to start for three weeks yet, band
members and football team could be found on the school
campus preparing for football season. Majorettes put rou-
tines learned at camp to band music, and the new flag corps
learned to work with the band. Football players went
through the pain of getting muscles back into shape while
the cheerleaders worked on the yells that would support
them during the actual games. All of these students, though,
experienced the pain of working under the hot August sun
where it wasn't unusual to see one sway and suddenly find
himself on the ground. Most of the student body, though,
began school with registration and picking up schedules.
l For the most part, the first weeks of the new school year
were filled with preparations for the football-volleyball sea-
Where's the ball? Volleyball player Vicki
Chapman waits for the ball at afternoon
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Crowded office: Teachers, students,
and exes alike crowd the office dur-
Let's see, what comes next? Senior Class members await elec- ing The fifsf days Of SCNOOI-
tion of the next class officer at the first Senior Class Meeting of
August U 'I7
Halftime entertainment: Band members present their
ffinished product at the football game with Bonham.
18 0 September
Celebration: Panthers rejoice after receiving an onside kick fumble
Sulphur Springs. The break came too late, though, as time ran out in the
season with NL behind 17-14.
Practice to make perfect: Majorettes
Shew, Shannon Armstrong, and
Wall attempt to learn a toss during practice.
game of the
School Year Comes to
Life as Football Season
Swings Into Action
The hectic preparations of the preceding month had to be finished
by September 8, when, at Sulphur Springs, the first game of the '78
football season got under way. A slightly nervous NL varsity put up a
good but not quite good enough effort against the AAA team, and a
slightly terrified marching band lived to tell about their first real 8-5
corps-style halftime show.
Also under way was the organization of the numerous clubs and the
addition of the Spirit Club, sponsored by Annie Perry and Tommy
Eads. New sponsors were seen elsewhere as Tommy Eads and Lillian
Hickman took over leadership of the Beta Club from Joyce Johnson.
The Math Club began work on their first project of the year - a school
flag - and Tri-Hi-Y held a homemade ice cream supper before the
New Boston football game to the delight of many avid Panther fans. To
add to the confusion of everything happening at once, school pictures
and senior portraits disrupted classes and schedules for four days.
After school practices of almost every imaginable kind could still be
seen daily going until all hours as volleyball and football players,
cheerleaders, majorettes, flag corps, and band members worked hour
after hour through the almost unbearably hot afternoons to ready
Senior pictures: Senior Stacy Tucker
poses for her cap and ,gown picture.
themselves for the next game.
l've Got it! Kelly McAllister gets under the Volleyball to get it over the
net during a game.
"Two bits . . Varsity Cheerleaders Brenda
McKinney, Denise Arnett, and Linda Short lead
the student body in a cheer. -
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Congratulations! Tammy l
Glover and Deanna Wall
Queen Linda Short
immediately after the halftime y
crowning ceremony. l
Powderpuff King: Asa Chambless, who has
just been crowned Powderpuff King, is sur-
rounded by Senior Team members during half-
time at the Powderpuff football game.
CFlightJ Frustration! Mike McCarty attempts to
tackle a Commerce runner during the frustrat-
ing Homecoming loss.
20 0 October
What being Homecoming Queen
has meant to me: 1977 Home-
coming Queen Teri Darnell
addresses student body and exes
during the Homecoming Assem-
Linda Short Crowned
Homecoming Queen as
Traditional Dance Turns
New traditions were started and some old ones were revived as the
second month of football season rolled around. Powderpuff football hap-
pened again after one year's absence as the Junior girls slipped by the
Seniors, and Asa Chambless was crowned Powderpuff King. The older
tradition of Homecoming began on the Thursday before the Friday
Homecoming game when everyone managed to find some group to dec-
orate for, or at least they appeared to be busy decorating. The day was
ended with a mini-pep rally in front of the building and a snake dance
around the school to the bonfire that night. Thanks to the Math Club, the
traditional Homecoming bonfire, which was absent the year before,
became a reality once again.
A large enthusiastic crowd of exes attended the hour-long pep rally the
next afternoon and saw the presentation of Homecoming Queen Nomi-
nees Morita Twitty, Linda Short, and Kelly Moore and also heard the win-
ners of the decorating contest: the band won first place with their huge
treed tiger across the front of the building, and Latin Club won second
with a Star Wars theme. Also presented at the pep rally was the new
school flag, the Math Club service project,
For the second year in a row, the overflow crowd saw the Panthers
lose their Homecoming game to Commerce, this time, 17-14. The bright
spot of the game was halftime as the NL band presented a unique show
which suddenly found all members on the ground as a surprise ending
and the crowning of Linda Short as 1978 Homecoming Queen.
The night ended well, though, as the first disco Homecoming dance
lightened spirits with a little something for everybody's taste.
The dominating football game of the month, and the season, was not
Homecoming, but NL's 54-7 whipping of Second ranked Mt. Vernon,
ironically taking place just a week after the sickening Homecoming loss.
Exes participate in school activities
once more: Exes Kathy Hearne and
p Russell Graves enjoy one more
school activity at the 1978 Home-
K , , coming Dance.
October 0 21
22 0 October
"lf ya think I'm sexy. . Senior Powderpuff Cheerleader Charles Dra-
per poses for his audience as Brian Brashier looks on.
I Hope it goes over the net: Junior Varsity Volleyball
Player Sherri Hudgens serves the ball hoping that it
will clear the net.
A Homecoming Special:
Richard Watson plays his
solo during "Feels So
Trying to keep spirit up: Flag corps members Kim
Holsenbeck and Kelly Weddle attempt to keep up
spirit before halftime at the disappointing Home-
by Math Club,
2nd Ranked Mt.
Making yardage the hard way: Earnest
Jenkins makes his way up the middle in
the exciting 54-7 victory over 2nd-ranked
l Mt. Vernon.
Snake Dance: Donna McKinney and Susan Gentry
lead the Snake Dance preceding the Homecoming
October 0 23
. . Paris High had
slips 4,480,000 . .
Darrell Bulls of KPRE
reads results of the
Spirit Contest. . .
24 0 November
. . . and North Lamar came in first: a happy group of cheerleaders accept
the Spirit Trophy from Darrell Bulls.
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A Happy Ending: A swarm of Panthers close in on Prairiland's Darrell Loveless
to end a scoring drive. NL won the last game of the season.
Christmas parade: Band members march down Clarksville
Street as they complete the last few blocks of their first try at
Taking it all in: Melanie Truan listens as prepara-
tions for winter money raisers are made at a monthly
NL Wins First
Panther fans have always known that
they have lots of spirit, but it was a proven
fact after the results of the first KPFiE
spirit contest were releasedg NL had more
spirit slips than Prairiland and even more
than AAA Paris High, and the KPRE Spirit
Trophy found its first home in the NLHS
Football season finally ended with a
tailgate picnic before the Clarksville
game and the Beta Club Hamburger Sup-
per before the last game fwith Prairilandb
of a winning season which found Pan-
thers in second place behind Winnsboro
in District 15-AA. The band ended the
season with a space show including bal-
loons, fireworks and even Darth Vader
and the annual end-of-football season
party complete with films of the first Pan-
ther Marching band. Marching wasn't
quite over, though, as they street-
marched for the first time in the Paris
Christmas Parade on November 285 Key
Club and Varsity Cheerleaders also rep-
resented NL in that event.
Many clubs were active in November
alsog Tri-Hi-Y members rode in their
annual bike-a-thon around the loop, new
Betas were initiated in a semi-formal initi-
ation, Math Club took a field trip to
DeVray Institute of Technology and ate
lunch afterward at the Spaghetti Ware-
house, and Latin Club members jour-
neyed to ET along with Spanish Club for
the foreign language workshop four days
before their Saturday bake sale at Mira-
November 0 25
Crowd the Christmas
Most of the Christmastime activity was cen-
tered around clubs as some kind of service pro-
ject was underway just about all the time. The
Salvation Army was aided by numerous NL clubs
as they rang bells at the more than six different
booths located around Paris and donated money
and Christmas baskets. All of the club activities
weren't service projects, thoughg Latin Club went
to Dallas shopping and to eat supper at the Reun-
ion Tower. Math lub members had an old-fash-
ioned Christmas party where candy and decora-
tions were made for the Drake family, and most
organizations took advantage of their one or two
out-to-eat days per year.
As if they weren't wild enough already, sched-
ules were disrupted even more for a magic show
by Sammy Cunninghamg club and organizations
pictures on the same day as the bands' formal
Christmas concert, and completely torn up by the
first cancelled school day tue to ice coming an
entire month early. The hectic month finally
ended with a class party in just about all the
teachers' classes and a Christmas program for
the high school and junior high student bodies by
the combined choirs.
Can you get out of it?
Sammy Cunningham checks
to see if Bobby Cochran can
escape from his trap at the
26 0 December
Assignment today: Party: Students in Mrs. Brown's third
period English class spend the last day before Christmas
vacation by taking it easy.
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"l'II get your change:" Stacy Tucker buys a candy bar from OEA membe
party: Terry Hawkins
looks on as Kelly
the 51 candles from
Mrs. Johnson's and
birthday cake in Trig
Shuffling the cards: Kelly Weddle shuffles cards during a
class Christmas party.
"Look at that guy standing in the door!"
Tri-Hi-Y members Lauri Cox and Jami
Ford's attention is focused on something
besides ringing bells in front of Belk's.
December 9 27
Juniors Win Spirit
NL held its first annual UIL Math and Science meet the
first week after Christmas vacation where Charles Draper
won first in Number Sense and the NL Math Team won
third place. Club activities kept going full speed ahead
with the Spanish Club hamburger supper and Tri-Hi-Y
chili supper before basketball games, and the Beta Club
started off the convention season when twelve members
and two sponsors attended the San Antonio convention
January 19-21 .
The Math Club again sponsored the spirit chain for the
second Prairiland game, and Junior class completely out-
did the others with their winning chain. It wasn't the
announcement of the spirit chain winner at that game
that was the outstanding feature, though, the Panther-
ettes came out on top to grab a district playoff spot
against Prairiland where two weeks later they won the
District 15-AA championship. Also on the night of the play
off, there were other NL students making their district
mark: sixteen band members took up 18 spots in the All-
District band, and a month before, twenty-one NLJH band
members also gained district spots.
in addition to the Valentine's activities - Beta carna-
tions and Valegrams and the Valentine Dance - and
nasty weather, February brought the extra hassles of
research papers, exams, and the final Yacht deadline
made more worrisome by the arrival of 80 pages of
Just finished ten more: Math club members
Sheryl Gribble and David Townsend spend
extra time uttin to ether the several thou-
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sand links needed for the Spirit Chain.
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This one's for you: Beta Club member Sharon Simp-
sen presents Donna Morris with a Valentine carna-
Early Breakfast - in San Antonio: Linda Short
eats an early breakfast at a Jack-in-the-Box
near the Hotel before the Saturday morning
session of the Beta Convention.
Ready to begin: U.l.L. Science Team members Celia Frierson and Brian
Brashier wait for the signal to begin the test at the North Lamar Math and
More links for Freshmen: Manuel Kilpatrick puts his
money in the Freshman jar to add more links to his class
chain. It wasn't enough, though, as the Juniors won by a
Cl' op Righty "Best of My Love": Kurt Routon
provides the bass line for the group of four
Betas performing at the Saturday morning ses-
sion ofthe State Beta Convention in San Anto-
lLower Rightj Donna Ellis, Mike McCarty, Den-
ise Black, and Mark Harris dance to "YMCA"
while judges vote on Valentine Sweethearts.
January, February 0 29
And What Did
You Do Last
School and its activities take a huge amount of
students' time, but not quite all of itg so what does
everyone do with the leftover time?
A very popular pastime of NL students Cas in
any other high schoolj is dating or just riding
around with friends. When someone mentions
"riding around," you automatically know that
they mean the Lamar-Collegiate-Clarksville route
with several circles of the Sonic included. When
tired of that, there are always the newly added
Pachino's, Braum's, and Burger King in addition
to the older places to get a coke or a full meal.
While riding around, or if you're just sittin' at
home, there's usually music in the air. Radios and
stereos with 8-tracks or turntables put out the lat-
est disco music and many of the not-so-late
songs to suit the listeners' tastes.
Where does the money come from to pay for
these money-eating habits? Much extra time is
spent on jobs, many of them at fast-food restau-
rants, offices, and large grocery or variety stores
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One of the newer places to go: Lawrence Truan and
Tracie Weddle stop for a Coke and onion rings at the
recently-arrived Burger King in Mirabeau Square.
30 9 Feature
Working at Wal-Mart: Putting up shelves is just one of Nor-
man SmalIey's jobs while working at Wal-Mart.
Music to suit everyone: Gordon Smith goes
through a stack of albums at Wal-Mart to
find the music he enjoys listening to.
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Gentry, Lisa McDonald, and Denise Arnett cheer during a Friday afternoon
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Ellis and Lisa McAllister lead the student body in a cheer.
T S h i rts
Six varsity cheerleaders and alter-
nate attended the SMU Summer
Cheerleading Camp during the last
f week of July where they pushed them-
,M , selves to learn six cheers each day of
F' - the week-long session. For their efforts
they received two superior, three
excellent, and one super-star squad
ribbons. For the remainder of their
summer days, they practiced in the
mornings so that their enthusiasm
would spread to the Panthers and fans
alike when football season began.
School finally started, and with it came
football season and the weekly duties
of making signs and preparing pep ral-
When time came for the first pep
rally, nervousness was vented in the
form of school spirit as the JV cheer-
leaders joined the varsity to bring the
students out of the back-to-school
Several new activities made this year
different from all the others: Blue and
gold T-Shirts proclaiming each class's
superiority were sold for the double purpose of
raising money and spirit, and the Varsity
Cheerleaders represented NL in the annual
Christmas parade, as they showed Panther
spirit from atop one of the professionally made
Cheerleading at North Lamar can't be car-
ried off by anybodyg it takes a special kind of
person to support the team with as much
enthusiasm when they're losing the Homecom-
ing game as when they're destroying the sec-
ond ranked team inthe state.
CTopJ Absorbed in the Game: Varsity Cheer-
leader Brenda McKinney concentrates on
the game while the other cheerleaders get
organized for the next cheer. CCenterJ The
Extras of Homecoming: Getting into the
bonfire spirit, Varsity Cheerleaders dance to
the band s pep music. Cheerleaders . 35
Twist to Pep
We'll Scare Them Into Losing: Varsity Cheer-
leaders Linda Short, Sharon Sanders, Denise
Arnett, and Brenda McKinney try a new way of
raising the spirit in the stands.
Don't Let That
Varsity and JV
join forces at
one of the
A Familiar Sight: The wildly enthusias-
tic circle of cheerleaders and major-
ettes could be seen several times dur-
ing every football game.
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Come on Panthers!" Varsity cheer-
Donna McKinney encourages the
kle: Extra time and work was
needed to do an outstanding
job for the Homecoming pep
A Hot Fall Night: Varsity Cheerleaders Linda Short, Donna
McKinney, and Denise Arnett brave all types of weather to lead
the Panthers to victory.
Cheerleaders 9 37
That Extra Homecoming Spar-
The up again, down again season started on Sep-
tember 8 at Sulphur Springs, a big AAA team that
should've been beaten. Things for the Panthers just
wouldn't quite go together, as the score was 17-14
in favor of Sulphur Springs. During the final sec-
onds, a Brad Perry pass was caught and run down
to the one yard line and out of bounds as time ran
out for the Panthers.
The first home game of the season was with Bon-
ham, an exceptionally fast AAA team and resulted in
a second disappointment. That speed did the job as
the Warriors took a 20-0 win.
On the road the next Friday at Paul Pewitt,
though, the Panthers were set for a win. With a lost
fumble on the first play, Paul Pewitt started the
game off wrong, then ended it up worse as the Pan-
thers were off with their first win of the season, 35-8.
A week later, New Boston followed Paul Pewitt's
example as they fumbled on their first possession to
fire up the Panthers into their second win of the sea-
son. Despite many mistakes, NL shut out the Lions
20-0, the result of long runs by Mike McCarty and
other big plays.
Following a week off, the Panthers traveled out of
state to face the much bigger ldabel, Oklahoma,
without the aid of tackle Asa Chambless who had
been lost for the season with an ankle injury.
Despite the handicap,
the Panther defense
played an outstanding
game with Dale Rou-
ton snatching an inter-
ception and catching
another pass from
Perry, bringing the
score to a shutout of
40-0 over the Warriors.
QUpper Righty Led
Attack Against New
Boston: Mike Bailey
put in a hard night's
work with 103 yards
rushing. NL won the
game 20-0 against the
The Story of the Season The defense watches in
despair as more and more ground is lost by the
38 0 Football offense, as the opposing team pushes the Panthers
PANTHER A T'
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Members of the Varsity Football Team are: CSeated5 Bryant Flobbins, D. Routon, C. Draper, C. Chadwick, M.
McCarty, E. Jenkins, L. Fendley, T. Allen, 12nd Bowl B. Perry, G. Price, W. Armstrong, S. Jordan, L. C. Price,
M. Bailey, M. Cantrell, F. Thompson, T. Burton, t3rd Rowj V. Wilson, D. Birdsong, M. Juhlin, T. Anderson, K.
Stephens, D. Atnip, G. Smith, P. Jordan, A. Chambless, and T. Webb.
Panther Coaches are Sonny Templeton,
Dick Frierson, Alden George, Johnny
Crawford, and Paul Glover, Head Coach
and Athletic Director.
It must've been Homecoming game pressure another chance for the district title.
the next Friday that threw a kink into the first dis- It didn't last long, though, as a tough Winns-
trict game. Earnest Jenkins fumbled on the first boro defense held NL to 12 points the following
play at his own 25, and Commerce recovered. week. Late in the game a Perry pass was inter-
Plagued by five fumbles and two interceptions, cepted to shatter hopes of district with a 27-12
the Panthers dropped a crucial 17-6 district loss loss for the Panthers.
beforeaHomecoming crowd. The Panthers bounced back as they came
Giving up was the farthest thing from the away from their next game with a 28-8 win over
Panthers' minds, though, as they faced Second Clarksville which was the result of an invincible
Ranked Mt. Vernon who had been ranked first in defense and two quarterback sneaks by Perry.
state the first half of the season and was still The finale ended the frustrating season on a
undefeated. The Tigers fumbled and recovered happy note as the Panthers dominated Prairiland
on the first play, then fumbled and lost three plays 34-6 despite the soggy playing field. The NL
later, and the Panthers took advantage. By the defense was outstanding once more, and the
end of the first quarter NL had struck four times Panthers ended the season taking second place
for touchdowns. When the final buzzer sounded, in District 15-AA behind Winnsboro.
the Panthers were on top 54-7, giving them
Varsity Places Twenty
Players on All-District Teams
ALLEN, TONY - Wide
ANDERSON, TONY - Defen-
ARMSTRONG, WILL - Line-
backer, First Team All Dis-
ATNIP, DEWAYNE - Offen-
sive and Defensive Tackle,
All District Second Team
Offense and Defense
BAILEY, MIKE - Running
Back, Safety, Second Team
BIRDSONG, DICKIE - Offen-
sive Guard, Defensive Line-
man, First Team All District
BURTON, THOMAS -- Defen-
sive Tackle, All District Hon-
CANTRELL, MARK - Tackle,
CHADWICK, CLIFF - Safety,
Receiver, All District Honora-
CHAMBLESS, ASA - Offen-
sive and Defensive Tackle
DRAPER, CHARLES - Wide
FENDLEY, LYNN - Corner-
back, All District First Team
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JENKINS, EARNEST- Running Back,
First Team All District
JORDAN, SHAWN - Tight End, Hon-
orable Mention AII District
JORDAN, PHILLIP - Linebacker, All
District Honorable Mention
JUHLIN, MIKE - Tackle
MCCARTY, MIKE - Wide Receiver, All
District First Team
PERRY, BRAD - Quarterback, All Dis-
trict Second Team
PRICE, GAINES - Guard, Honorable
Mention All District
PRICE, L. C. - Linebacker, All District
ROBBINS, BRYANT - Cornerback, All
District Second Team
ROUTON, DALE - Linebacker and
Tight End, All District Honorable
SMITH, GORDON - Center, All Dis-
trict First Team
STEPHENS, KYLE - Offensive and
THOMPSON, FRANKIE - Safety, Half-
back, All District Honorable Mention
WEBB, TERRY - Defensive Tackle,
All District Honorable Mention
WILSON, VAN - Tight End, All District
Football 9 41
Victory on His Mind: Kyle if
Stephens leads the way
into the first win of the
season against Paul Pew-
Trouble in the Making . . .. Running room for
Earnest Jenkins vanishes as a Winnsboro Red
Raider closes in.
. . . The Worst Kind of Trouble: Jenkins loses his
grip on the ball after the Red Raider blasts him off
his feet. This type of scene occurred often in the
sickening 27-12 District loss. ,
A12 0 Football
54-7 Crushing of
With 27-12 Loss
Adding Up the Yardage: Mike McCarty
C213 looks upfield for obstacles while
receiving protection from Earnest Jen-
kins C32J and Cliff Chadwick 6255.
CLower Righty The Beginning of the
End for the Tigers: Terry Webb 1793
knocks the ball out of the arms of a Mt.
Vernon Tiger for one of their seven
fumbles of the night. The Panther
Defense played a big part in the 54-7
crushing of the State Second Ranked
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Just Out of Reach: Mike Bailey slips by
boro defenders and away during a bright spo
the 27-12 District loss.
Football 0 43
Comin' Through: Ronald Hayes escapes a
group of Paris defenders in the NL Victory of
Offensive Line at Work: The JV Offensive Line keeps the
way clear as the hand off is safely made in the background.
44 0 Football
Picking the Best Play: Coach Templeton lis-
tens as Randy Sims explains the problems
on the field.
JV District Champs Today, Varsity
Members of the Junior Varsity Football Team are: C1 st Rowj M. Dangerfield, T. Young, C. Cochran, B.
Hearne, D. Starks, R. Hayes, Ft. Russell, 12nd Flowj J. McDonald, R. Green, M. Sharrock, S. Jensen, A. Car-
ter, B. King, C3rd Ftowj Coach Bobby Anthony, S. Green, K. Flouton, D. Fouse, D. Cuttrell, Ft. Skinner, M
Nelson, Ft. Fulce, 14th Ftowj C. Johnson, L. Weldon, M. Moss, L. Young, A. Burton, and K. Webb.
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Members of the Freshman Football Team are: C1 st Flowj M. Green, R. Sims, G. McNabb, B. Walling, R
Bryan, M. White, B. Oliver, C. Carlow, M. Kilpatrick, L. Tucker, C. Truan, 12nd Bowl C. Land, L. Hall, Ft
Hicks, T. Brooks, B. J. Templeton, S. Brown, T. Stephens, B. Cooper, M. Moran, Fl. Floyd, C. Norwood, K
Reed, 13rd Rowj Coach Bobby Anthony, J. Hall, A. Bowers, L. Ftidens, R. Atnip, K. Branch, Ft. Walker,
Cochran, T. Dickerson, M. Arnold, J. Brown, K. Draper, S. Washington, C4th Rowj M. Burch, M. Frazier,
Thompson, C. Anderson, L. Kennemer, and K. Morris.
Football U 45
Members of the Varsity Volleyball Team are: Barb Bryant, Holly Armstrong, Stacy Tucker, Manager Carcl
Tschoerner, Coach Elaine Townsend, Brenda Skeen, Jana Daughtrey, Tawana Westbrooks, and Sandy
Individual team members are: QTop Rowj Holly Armstrong, Barb Bryant who
made Second Team All District, Jana Daughtrey who made Honorable Men-
tion All District, Brenda Skeen, CSecond Rowj Sandy Springer, Stacy Tucker
who made First Team All District, and Tawana Westbrooks.
46 9 Volleyball
Place in NL
,.- The actual Volleyball Season turned out even bet-
ter then predictions. Outfitted in new uniforms, the
' first to be used exclusively for volleyball teams, the
varsity finished second in the district behind Com-
merce with a 10-3 district record. In the first NL Vol-
leyball Tournament, the Varsity won first place and
in the Texas High Tournament in Texarkana took
WJ Although workouts caused painful muscles and
hitting the floor to get a spiked ball resulted in many
bruised knees, it was well worth itg eighteen out of
eighty girls in District 15-AA were picked for the All-
District Team and among these were Pantherettes
Stacy Tucker, first team, Barb Bryant, second team:
and Jana Daughtrey, Honorable Mention.
Although the freshmen on the JV team played lit-
tle because of first year inexperience, the veterans
led the JV to their Third District Championship in a
row, with only one district loss to Clarksville.
Following Every Move: Varsity Volleyball player
Barb Bryant and Coach Elaine Townsend give all
their attention to the court as JV player Laura
--1 N-1" Sparks watches from behind.
Ready for Anything: Varsity volleyball players tensely wait for
"Mine!" Varsity Player Stacy Tucker Cleftj
gets under the ball as Sandy Springer
stands ready to help.
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Championship in 10
Years As Result of Play-
off Game With Prairiland
Throwing the ball onto the court: Jana Graves attempts to
get the ball inside the court past Prairiland defenders.
Members of the Girls' Varsity Team are: Eigie Anderson, Brenda Skeen, Tammie lvy, Tina Starks, Holly Arm-
strong, Leanne Roberson, Sandy Springer, Rita Coward, Beckie Black, Jana Graves, Loretta Cooper, and
Coach Roy Tom Stone fKneelingJ.
Girls' Basketball 0 49
Girls Take on
One Point! Tammie lvy i223 follows through after
a free throw to nudge the Pantherettes one point
closer to a win over Prairiland as Leanne Rober-
son waits for the rebound.
Looking for a teammate: Beckie Black looks
desperately for a fellow Pantherette as she
gets ready to pass the ball.
Stop that pass! Sandy Springer 1321 tries to prevent an oppo-
50 9 Girls' Basketball
1Upper Lef'0 Free throw: Leanne Roberson
1307 lets the ball go for a crucial free throw.
1Upper Righty Celebration time: Tammie lvy
1225, Sandy Springer 1321, and Coach Roy
Tom Stone show their emotion as the final
buzzer sounds in the District Play-OH game
with Prairiland behind, 48-44.
1Lower Leftj Two Points: Brenda Skeen 1403
lets the ball go for the basket and two points
as Elgie Anderson 1445 and Tammie Ivy122J
get ready for the rebound.
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JV Girls Take 2nd Place
in Pittsburg Tournament
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Members of the Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball Team are: C1 st Rowy Kelly McAllister, Stacy Bush, Bre-
anna Vanderbur , Melodia Williams, Michele Darnell, 42nd Flowj Candi Carico, Denise Black, Lisa
McAllister, Rita oward, f3rd Flowj Arlecia Dangerfield, Eva Ellis, Vicky Smallwood, Rochelle Webb,
Members of the Freshman Girls' Basketball Team are: Q1 st Rowj Christie Gibson, Melodia Williams,
Ann Self, Toni Crowley, Candi Carico, 12nd Rowj Eva Ellis, Carolene McFrazier, Angela Moffitt, Lor-
etta Smith, 13rd Flowj Vicki Chapman, Karen Spann, and Leslie Bloodworth.
Girls' Basketball 9 53
Two Juniors, and T
Four Seniors Make
Up Varsity Panthers
Watching for the rebound: Terry Webb 1223 watches
for the rebound after a free shot in the game with
Prairiland on January 30.
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Members ofthe Boys' Varsity Basketball team are: fSeatedJ Cliff Chadwick, Mike Bailey,
McCarty, Harold Washington, Frankie Thompson, fStandingJ Coach Paul Trull, Merritt
Iiams, David Birdsong, Terry Webb, and Van Wilson.
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Members of the Boys' Varsity Basketball Team are: 11st Flowj Mike Bailey, David Birdsong, Cliff Chad-
wick, 12nd Rowj Mike McCarty, Frankie Thompson, Harold Washington, 13rd Rowj Terry Webb, Merritt
Williams, and Van Wilson.
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Don 't let him have it! Cliff Chadwick 1141, Van Wilson 1201, and Mike Bai-
ley C323 try to prevent a Prairiland player from getting a rebound.
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Going over the game plan: Coach Paul Trull discusses the game
plan with Varsity teammembers during a time out.
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Looking for an opening: Cliff Chad-
wick looks for a team mate who is
open and able to shoot.
fAboveJ Hopeful two points: David Bird-
song makes a jump shot which hopefully
will result in two points for the Panthers.
CUpper Lefty Hate game? Contrary to what some
community residents think the NL-Prairiland bas-
ketball game is not a hate-filled game, as demon-
strated by Mike McCarty and Kent Klinkerman's
friendly embrace as they leave the court after the
CLeftJ l'm open: Merritt Williams is open and ready to
receive the ball as it is brought on to the court.
Boys' Basketball 9 57
Brad Perry Helps JV Boys to
2nd-Place in District With 30-Point Game
Members of the Boys' Junior Varsity Basketball Team are: Terry Young, Rodney Green, Phillip Melton,
Phil Neal, Brad Perry, Andra Burton, Bobby Fortner, Derwin Starks, Ronald Hayes, Kenneth Webb, and
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Members ofthe Freshman Boys' Basketball Team are: CSeatedJ Craig Reed, Billy Walling, Kenneth
Morris, Roger Bryan, Marc White, Mark Arnold, 12nd Rowj Kelvin Branch, Sammy Thompson, Todd
Stephens, B. J. Templeton, Stephen Brown, 13rd Rowj Coach Alden George, Kenneth Reed, Lee
Kennemer, and David Washington.
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Preparing for a Backhand: Team member Roger Thomp-
son prepares for a backhand as his next swing.
Members of the 1978 Tennis team are: fSeatedJ Coach Fred Nutt, Holly Armstrong, Tammy Holsenbeck,
Roger Thompson, Tammie lvy, Julie Farris, Cynthia Thompson, 12nd Howl Jeff Slagle, Danny Dollins, Steve
Ivins, and Jon James.
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Falls on NL
District, When No
Team ls Selected
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rounds the bases after a hit trying to make a much-
needed home run.
Batter up! Panther Billy Rosson strikes at the ball anticipating a hit.
Members of the 1978 Baseball Team are: CKneelingJ Shawn Jordan, Ronald Hayes, Tony Allen, Tlenn
Beshirs, Bryant Robbins, Kevin White, 12nd Rowj Bernie Vanderburg, Dale Routon, Asa Chambless,
Randy McAllister, David Story, Steven Carter, Billy Rosson, David Bickley, f3rd Rowy Coach Sonny Tem-
pleton, Will Armstrong, John Ledbetter, Kyle Stephens, Butch Towers, Mike Bailey, Tony Anderson, Brad
Perry, and Coach Alden George.
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T trate on what's going on during the game.
After playing a good
game, Shawn Jordon
leaves the field.
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Attending 1978 State Track Meet: Team members attending the 1978
State Track Meet in Austin are: Coach Roy Tom Stone, C1 st Ftowj Donna
Ellis, Beckie Black, Darcell White, Jana Graves, f2nd Ftowj Zena Twitty,
Loretta Cooper, Sandy Lamb, Barb Bryant, Coach Elaine Townsend,
Sandy Springer, Tommy Coward, fBack Ftowj Leanne Roberson.
Members of the 1978 Girls' Track Team are: C1 st Rowj Lori Floyd, Laura Sparks, Denise Black,
Black, Darcell White, Rochelle Webb, Donna Ellis, 12nd Ftowj Tammie lvy, Lea Anne Smith, Stacy Tucker
Becky Jensen, Tina Ivy, Arlecia Dangerfield 13rd Flowj Barb Bryant, Sandy S rin er Jana Graves Char
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Making the Handoff Zena Twltty takes the baton from Loretta Cooper
at the Regional Track Meet.
fLef0 Successful Finish! Barb Bryant crosses the finish
line in the Mile Run in the Regional Track Meet in Arling-
fBelowJ It's a big place: North Lamar relay team members
look over the track at the State Track Meet in Austin after
Pushing on: Elgie
Anderson leads her
opponents at the
annual North Lamar
Girls' Track 0 63
Girls Win Sixth Straight
How much farther? Lori Floyd appears to be
exhausted as she approaches finish line in the
Over the Hurdles: Tammie Ivy successfully clears the
hurdles slightly behind her opponent during the annual
track meet held at North Lamar.
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Region Bound: Members of the Girls' Track are on the bus await-
ing arrival of their driver as they are headed for the regional track
meet in Arlington.
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Second Place in State:
bers of the 440-Yard
Team have just won
place in the state track meet
Second Place in 15AA District
Meet Taken by N.L. Boys
Members of the Varsity Track Team are: Q1 st Rowj Scott McCloure, Rocky Latham, Glenn Brown, Chad
McEntyre, Charles Draper, Gordon Smith, John Cody Manager, f2nd Rowj Frankie Thompson, Mike McCarty,
Earnest Jenkins, Russell Graves, Dickie Birdsong, Larry Martin, 13rd Rowj Asa Chambless, Mike Bailey, Kyle
Stephens, Jerry Stone, Coach Johnny Crawford, and Coach Richard Frierson.
Members of the Junior Varsity Track Team are: C1 st Rowj Bobby Fortner, Justin
Hamous, Brad Hearne, Mervvin Moss, Kenneth Webb, 12nd Rowj Billy Joplin, Robert
Skinner, Vernon Bedford, Derwin Starks, Mike Juhlin, C3rd Rowj Coach Richard Frier-
son, Philip Melton, David Birdsong, Merritt Williams, Tony Anderson, and Coach B0Y5'T'0Ck'65
Johnny Crawford. f
Barely over the bar: Jerry
Stone barely clears the bar in a
High Jump at Panther Relays.
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fBelowJ Headed for the finish: Charles Dra-
per heads for the finish line in the 880 Yard
Dash in the finals at Panther Relays.
fBelowJ Away it goes: Justin Hamous has
just released the Discus at Panther
One Step Behind: Kenneth Webb gains on an opponent as he
nears the finish line at Panther Relays.
State Meet in
Off the Blocks: Mike McCarty takes off
from the blocks anticipating a win at
the Annual Panther Relays.
Long Jump: Van Wilson attempts the
Long Jump at Panther Relays.
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Members of the 1978 Golf Team are: Ricky Smallwood, Alan Norton, Larry Webb, Gary
Gifford and Coach Paul Trull
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Good Shot! Alan Norton anticipates a good shot as he
participates in a Golf Tournament at Paris Golf and
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New 8-5 Corps-Style
Marching and Flag
Corps Give Band
New Look and
Hectic was the word for ending the '77-78 band year as con-
tests, concerts, and tryouts filled all spare time. Sandy Lake
Band Contest was held one week before the annual spring
concert, and majorette and drum major trylouts were held in
the middle of April instead of May. A March amburger Supper
raised S400, and a new activity, performing at the Paris Art
Fair, was added in April. Yet, the work didn't end when school
didg there were the week-lonidrum major, majorette, and flag
corps camps to prepare mem ers for the marching season.
School started three weeks early for band members when
on August 7, they began to get back into practice and to learn
and re-learn to march under the direction of Drum Major Lauri
Coxp 8-5 corps style was the word this year as ti ae band took on
a completely new look and sound. A flag corps and color
guard were added and unique new ideas and sounds material-
ized before half time audiences. Despite the handicap of the
loss of eight members after the third game of the season, the
still enthusiastic remaining members pulled together and put
out more new and exciting shows. The season literally ended
with a bang with a space show complete with fire works and
Two of the biggest highlights of the year though were win-
ning first place in the omecoming Decorating Contest and
marching for the first time in the Paris Christmas Parade as
one of the two high school marching bands.
The annual Christmas Concert was held Dece ber 13 in the
gym. The first two months of 1979 were filled ,' h chair tests,
basketball pep rallies, solo contests, and Al istrict tryouts
and concert. All-District members can be fou on page 121.
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Halftime performance: Band member Tracie
Weddle concentrates on getting her part
right during a half-time show.
Ready for the
game: Band mem-
bers are ready to
march to the foot-
ball field for a Fri-
day night game.
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Members of the North Lamar Band are: gst Rowj M. Wilson, A. Motfitt, M. Draper, C. Cohn, R. Stephens, T.
Holsenbeck, L. Shew, T. Ray, D. Morris, . French, M. Truan, 12nd Rowj T. Glover, D. Wall, S. Armstrong, B.
Hay, K. Maginn, T. Weddle, S. Hullinger, R. Story, S. Juhlin, M. Whitener, S. McMonigle, T. McMonigIe, D.
Clarkson, S. Bratcher, 13rd Rowg A. urks, C. Coston, S. Thomas, D. Willman, M. Crimm, C. Waggoner, L.
Cox, T.McMonigle, R. Watson, . Bell, L. Mitchell, D. French, R. Skidmore, W. Ledbetter, R. Hancock, R.
Reed, M. Smyers, 14th Rowj B. Threadgill, T. Smith, C. Garrett, M. R. Webb, G. Land, J. McGee, D.
Stephens, G. Scamp, fStandingj Director D. Hammer, D. Eubanks, L. T. Moody, H. White, D. Smal-
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tLeftJ Band Officers are: fSeatedJ David Ste-
phens, President, Richard Watson, Vice
President, fStandingj Mark Harris, Secre-
tary, and Tracie Weddle, Treasurer.
fAboveD Listening attentively: Shannon Arm-
strong and Richard Watson listen to Mr.
Hammer's instructions. '
fLeftJ "Forward March!" Drum Major Lauri
Cox instructs the band during an afternoon
Paris Christmas Parade
Spectators See NL
guccessfully First Time
"Band! Attention!" Band Front Shannon Arm- i
strong, Lauri Cox, and Lori Shew prepare to leave
the field following a half-time show. l
tAboveJ Drum Major for 1978-'79 is: Lau ri Cox.
1 ,Q fLeftj "Christmas Festival:" Concert band members
entertain their audience at the annual Christmas Concert.
tFlightJ Flag Corps Members are: Q1 st Ftowj
Kelly Weddle, Vickie Thompson, Rhonda
Smith, Renee VanHooser, Loretta Cooper,
C2nd Rowj Elgie Anderson, Kim Holsenbeck,
Arlecia Dangerfield, Tina Starks, and Jami
Ford. Color Guard is found on page 185.
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ne Junior, Three
Up '78-'79 Twirling
Majorettes for 1978-'79
Wall, Head Majorette
Tammy Glover, and Lori Shew fKneel-
fUpper Flightj "Get It On:" Majorettes dance their
routine during a football game.
fLower Fiightj Practice time: Majorettes practice a
routine on the track during afternoon band prac-
Majorettes individually are: CTopJ Tammy Glover,
Lori Shew, CBottomJ Shannon Armstrong, and
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Mr. Tommy Eads
and Mrs. Lillian
Johnson as Co-
The Annual Beta Convention in January was
postponed until March due to icy roads, but NL
Betas managed to rearrange plans and attend
the Ft. Worth Convention after all. At the conven-
tion, Bridget Parson ran for State Beta Secretary
and Vicky Sizemore participated in the talent
contest. The year was ended by electing five sen-
iors and a sophomore as officers for the coming
year and a trip to Six Flags along with a few
Spanish Club members.
The Beta scene changed somewhat as former
sponsor Mrs. Joyce Johnson turned over her role
to Mr. Tommy Eads and Mrs. Lillian Hickman so
that she could devote her full attention to Math
Club and UIL Math.
Participation in Homecoming decoration was
barely existent as Bridget Parson and Mr. Eads
took on the club's responsibility of decorat-
ing for the dance along with ri-Hi-Y. The
year's activities really got started with the
annual Hamburger Supper which was held
before the last football game with Prairi-
land. New members were initiated one
November night in the cafeteria before par-
entsland present Betas. I
. December brought servicegrojects
including ringing bells for the alvation
Army on the seventh, singing Christmas
carols and giving oranges at Parkview
nursing home one afternoon during school.
The '79 convention made a drastic
change as it moved to San Antonio in Janu-
ary. A band made up of Mike Bailey, Kyle
Stephens, and Kurt and Dale Flouton per-
formed for the Saturday morning session.
The Saturday night dance, eating at the
Magic Time Machine, and the river walk
were favorite activities as eight seniors,
four sophomores, and sponsors stayed out
past curfew both nights.
Gold Cords for Graduation: '78 Seniors Kathy Hearne,
Hamm, Cindy Cooper, and Tammy Coward display gold cords
by Beta members during graduation.
74 U Beta
Preparing meat for hamburgers: Jeff Slagle and Marc White
prepare meat for hamburgers at the annual Beta Hamburger
Junior and Senior Members of Beta Club are: CSeatedJ S. Gribble, P. Dooley, D. Penn, B. Parson, S. McGee,
C. Frierson, K. Moore, L. Short, M. Truan, D. Arnett, C. Tyson, R. Hale, 12nd Rowj Sponsor T. Eads, S.
Tucker, K. King, C. Garner, M. Dennis, T. Westbrooks, J. Draper, T. Weddle, J. Daughtrey, K. Mitchell, D
McKinney, J. Graves, B. Black, T. Glover, Sponsor L. Hickman, C3rd Rowj L. Cox, B. Robbins, H. Armstrong
L. Roberson, D. Townsend, K. Stephens, M. Bailey, D. Routon, L. McQueen, J. Wells, C. Draper, and B
Beta Club Officers are: CSeatedJ Charles Draper, Presi-
dent, Kelly Moore, Vice President, fStandingJ Duane
Cuttrell, Chaplain, Donna McKinney, Secretary, Katsu-
mia Mitchell, Treasurer, and Linda Short, Reporter.
Convention Entertainment: Beta member
Vicky Sizemore presents "lf My Friends
Could See Me Now," which she did at the
annual '78 Beta Convention.
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Freshman and Sophomore Beta Club Members are: CSeatedy T. Basinger, L. Smith, K. Bullard, J. Pryor, Fi.
Yates, S. Sherrer, S. Leonard, K. Weddle, C. Tschoerner, K. Morton, M. White, T. Kee, f2nd Bowl G. Jones,
R. Webb, B. VanHooser, T. Ray, T. Sims, G. Bryant, L. Sparks, V. Smallwood, S. Armstrong, K. Lynch, J.
Reed, K. Maginn, B. Thompson, A. Carter, Sponsor L. Hickman, 13rd Rowj Sponsor T. Eads, S. Jensen, S.
Simpsen, S. Hullinger, B. Brashier, K. McAllister, S. Bush, D. Cuttrell, C. Chadwick, K. Branch, Fi. Green, T.
Stephens, B. Cochran, V. Woodard, and T. Ivy.
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Hamlburger Supper: Beta members Donna
McKinney and David Townsend serve partici-
pants in the annual Beta Club Hamburger Sup-
"Silent night, holy night:" Beta members Lauri Cox
and Linda Short sing Christmas carols for entertain-
ment of patients at Parkview Nursing Home.
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Members of the Chess Club are: Q1 st Flowl H. White, Fl. Story, T. McMonigle, R. Reed, P. Mclntyre, P. Puetz,
12nd Rowy Sponsor C. Carter, B. Feith, W. Packard, S. Johnson, S. Cannon, R. Stephens, D. Morris, B.
Eudy, f3rd Fiowy V. Porter, J. McDowell, G. Evans, C. Harendt, M. Burch, B. Cochran, and M. Hurst.
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for Chess Club
by Selling Blue
Chess Club Officers are: CSeatedJ Bobby
Cochran, Presidentg Glenn Evans, Vice President,
QStandingJ Wendy Packard, Secretary, Donna
Morris, Treasurerg and Sheila Johnson, Reporter.
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78 9 Choir
Members of the High School Choir are: 11 st Row! B. McCracken, B.
Spencer, M. Mounce, L. McDowell, T. Watson, P. Rhodes, 12nd Howl F.
Womack, C. Moss, and M. Todd.
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Christmas music for everyone: On December 20, 1978, the combined High School, Seventh Grade,
and Eighth Grade Choirs presented a Christmas Concert with Christmas music for everyone's taste,
from traditional to modern.
Vice President Kim Kinslow Secretary fStand
S san Gentry, Treasurer, Scott Moree, Reporter, Tim
and Lisa Allison, Student Council Representatives.
Officers are: QSeatedQ Keith Su99. President, David
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Members of the D.E. Coop Class are: fSeated3 T. Moree, T. Hawkins, A. Sparks, S. Farmer, M. Arnold, T.
Yates, fStandingy D. Story, J. Ivins, T. Morton, G. Flucker, M. Williams, R. Wilson, and J. Sheffield.
Per Game From
DECA 0 79
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Who's next? DECA member Keith Sugg
is prepared to check out still another
customer in his DECA sponsored job at
Members of the D.E.I. Class are: fSeatedJ A. Wright, S. Gentry, T. Barber, K. Wright, K. Kinslow, S. Cope
Iawor, K. Chambless, fStandingJ G. Evans, D. Woods, D. Hawkins, K. Sugg, D. Stephens, R. Hancock
80 0 DECA
Members of the D. E. Pre-Lab Class are: C1 st Ftowj Ft. Yates, D. Williamson, L. Allison, Ft. Miller,
C. Simmons, 12nd Row! S. Sherrer, M. Cope, and Scott Moree.
Stocking the shelves: Terry Hawkins and Randy Tuttle
are stocking the dairy case on their jobs at Kroger Family
How are you today? Annette Sparks is check-
ing items for an unidentified customer at her
job at Kroger Family Center.
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FFA Renews Traditional Trip to State
Fair in Dctober
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Members of Agriculture Ill Class are: fSeatedJ R. Cochrum, K. Ballard, J. Carroll, W. Parker, C
Taylor, 12nd Rowj S. Green, G. Price, P. Howie, C. Johnson, H. Washington, B. King, 13rd Rowj
K. Ramsey, N. Smalley, M. Juhlin, W. Armstrong, W. Wilkerson, and T. Allen.
Agriculture Co-Op Members are: CSeatedJ B.
Mangum, R. Penn, K. White, M. Shew, f2nd
Rowj G. Davis, P. Walker, D. Dunman, T. Ram-
sey, and M. Smith.
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F.F.A. Officers are: CSeatedJ Scott Jensen, President
Bobby Fortner, Vice President, Doug Fouse, Secre-
tary, fStandingj Tammy Basinger, Treasurerg Mike Juh-
lin, Sentinelg Judy Carroll, Adviser, and Scott Leonard
Members of the Third
Period Agriculture ll
Class are: fSeatedJ
K. Webb, B. Thread-
gill, M. Sharrock, L.
:sxE,f'9'Jf-'K+-Q,,,-riggj, Y, f McDonald, S. Jensen,
.jmf R. Fulce, f2nd Rowj P.
ef 1 .4 . .lu Raper, J. Robinson, R.
-1' son, D. Parson, 13rd
,, Rowj M. Williams, P.
5, i 1112 Neal, J. James, S.
as S Allen, T. Stripland, and
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Members of the Fifth Period
Agriculture ll Class are:
CSeatedj J. Exum, R.
Dorough, T. Basinger, P.
Dooley, S. Leonard, f2nd
Rowj D. Ausmus, S. Raissez,
M. Twitty, D. Starks, C.
Chadwick, R. Hayes, 13rd
Rowy B. Fortner, P. Melton,
D. Birdsong, D. Fouse, S.
Neal, and E. McLaughlin.
Members of the Second Period Agriculture l Class are: tSeatedJ K. Morris, D.
Womack, S. Wilson, C. Carlow, M. Smyers, C2nd Rowj E. McCarty, T. Brooks,
T. Stephens, B. J. Templeton, S. Brown, B. Hicks, 13rd Rowj B. Cooper, K. Dra-
per, R. Walker, R. Floyd, M. Arnold, and K. Wilkerson.
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Members of the Third Period
Agriculture I Class are:
fSeatedJ R. Johnson, C.
Neal, T. Dickerson, B. Wall-
ing, Fl. Young, B. Musick,
12nd Flowj A. Bowers, J.
Brown, J. Slagle, B.
Cochran, J. Anderson, B.
Holley, 13rd Rowj M. Frazar,
K. Reed, D. Washington, M.
Green, J. Wells, J.
McDowell, and T. Vander-
Members of the Fourth
Period Agriculture I
Class are: R. Bryan, L.
Tucker, D. Asche, J.
Reed, Fl. Cope, J. Holt,
12nd Rowj W. Ledbet-
ter, C. Norwood, M.
Moran, K. Branch, L.
Ridens, 13rd Rowj C.
Truan, J. Hignight, S.
Hullinger, J. Brown, T.
Moody, L. Kennemer,
and V. Woodard.
Members of the Fifth Period Agriculture I Class are: fSeatedJ
M. White, B. Oliver, M. Kilpatrick, G. Berry, L. Hall, 12nd
Rowj Fl. Atnip, S. Dangerfield, D. Moss, C. Burton, R. Wat-
son, J. Hall, and J. Finch.
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FFA Greenhand Officers are: Vance Woo
dard, President, Marc White, Vice Presi
dent, B. J. Templeton, Secretary, QStand
ingj Tony Moody, Treasurer, Clint Nor
wood, Reporter, Bryce Oliver, Sentinel
and Mike Green, Adviser.
CVAE Raises Money by Preparing
Lunches for Faculty
CA VE Officers are:
CSeatedJ Sharon San-
ders, Secretaryg Renee
Allen, President, Gen-
eva Jenkins, Vice Pres-
Teresa Landrum, Co-
Lamb, Historian, Janet
Ballard, Reporter, Alice
Land, Student Council
Georgia Dicken, Co-
Members of CVAE are: fSeatedJ P. Nicholson M Spethman S Sanders C Brown A F' h G.
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Jenkins, 12nd Rowj Sponsor J. Arnold, P. Daniels, P. Hodges, O. Chaffin, S. Lamb, J. Ballard, K.
Clark 13rd Rowj G. Dicke L. C . '
n, rowe, S Moore, K. Davidson, R. Allen, and A. Land.
CVAE 0 85
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FHA Officers are: tSeatedJ Tracie Weddle, Presidentg Carol Tschoerner, Program
Vice President: Christi Eudy, Vice President of Encounterg Kim Holsenbeck, Vice
President of Projects: Candi Carico, Vice President of Recreation, QStandingJ
Molly Taylor, Vice President of Public Relationsg Sherri Michael, Secretary: Che-
ryl Hyatt, Treasurer, Ginny Jones, Sergeant at Arms, Kathy Lynch, Historiang
Fredda Womack, Parliamentariang Barbie Ross, Student Council Representative:
and Lana Helm, Student Council Representative.
Members of FHA Senior Chapter are: fSeatedJ K. Weddle, S. Hancock, B. Eudy, P. Mclntyre, R. VanHooser,
D. French, 12nd Rowj T. Weddle, S. Michael, P. Brown, M. Harris, K. Holsenbeck, L. Ballard, K. Cooper, G.
Bryant, Sponsor K. Williams, 13rd Rowj C. Chrietzberg, P. Rhodes, M. Draper, C. Hyatt, S. Simpsen, F. Wom-
ack, M. Dennis, T. Miller, and L. Branch.
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Members of FHA Junior Chapter are: fKneelingJ R. Reed, T. Parson, T. McMonigle, C. Cohn, Fi. Story, J.
Harrimon, R. Pilkington, L. Allison, G. Hoskins, C. Coston, A. Tucker, L. Healey, V. Cheatham, fSeatedJ C.
Eudy, T. Foster, T. McFadden, R. Vanderburg, Fi. Stephens, A. Davidson, M. Taylor, M. Kilpatrick, K. Lynch,
V. Chapman, C. Tschoerner, K. Spann, R. Kersh, C. Waggoner, 13rd Rowj A. Burks, S. Bratcher, F. Taylor,
T. Aubrey, T. Smith, S. Wigley, M. Carpenter, T. Sims, C. Gurley, M. Carpenter, K. Horton, S. Fleming, H.
Walker, T. Crowley, V. Smallwood, G. Jones, C. Ausmus, Sponsor V. Anthony, 14th Rowj D. Slagle, L.
Bloodworth, K. Dickerson, C. Gibson, A. Chrietzberg, K. Pierce, T. Smith, B. Ross, S. Allen, A. Moffitt, A.
Coplin, P. O'Donnel, B. Cooper, A. Self, K. Morris, and C. Carico.
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Summer Homemaking: Dee Dee Evans and Ragina Yates are hard
at work on their summer homemaking project.
Trimming the tree: Leslie Blood-
worth adds her decoration to the
Christmas Tree in the Homemak-
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HECE Officers are: fSeatedJ Darlene French, Vice Presidentg
Cindy Spann, Presidentg Donna Eubanks, Treasurer, lStand-
ingj Teresa Sherwood, Secretary: and Christi Bruce and Sta-
cey Shannon, Student Council Representatives.
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Members of HECE are: fSeatedJ T. Springer, S. Shannon, D. French, L. Cooper, M.
Twitty, D.Moss, 12nd Rowj Sponsor T. Mahan, B. Spencer, L. Bivens, C. Spann, C.
Bruce, S. Davis, T. Shenlvood, 13rd Flowj J. Smith, D. Eubanks, T. Milling, C. Ellis, T.
Reed, and J. Neal
Members of FFA are: fSeatedD Ft. Story, T. McMonigle, M. Taylor, R. Kersh, Fl. Stephens, Fl. Webb, E.
Anderson, A. Dangerfield, J. Pryor, 12nd Fiowj M. Reed, Fl. Vanderburg, S. Wigley, M. Carpenter, P. Kilpa-
trick, T. Ray, L. Shew, G. Bryant, B. Skeen, D. Morris, S. Johnson, D. Wall, K. Maginn, fStandingJ Sponsor
L. Russell, T. Sims, M. Draper, K. Pierce, L. Weldon, D. King, K. Webb, D. Starks, J. Neal, T. Reed, and T.
Students Get Into
A Panther Spirit by
Plans for '78 Convention in Dallas fell
through due to bad weather, but a trip to
Houston and its various historical attrac-
tions made up for it. Selling chocolate
candy, a picnic at Pat Mayse, and an end-
of-school party at sponsor Mrs. Russell's
home wrapped up '77-78.
At Homecoming half of the gym was
brightened by FTA's decorations. Pan-
ther spirit was further raised as FTA sold
NL toboggans and hats. The club again
plans to attend the convention in Fort
Worth and ideas for a party or supper are
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FTA Officers are: CSeatedy Elgie Ander-
son, Presidentg Tina Starks, Vice Presi-
dent, CStandingJ Arlecia Dangerfield, Sec-
retary, Melanie Draper, Treasurer, and
FTA 0 89
Jana Daughtrey --
in Pancake Queen 42.
The annual Keywanettes Convention of '78
was moved to Houston for a change of scenery
and members participated in the March of
Dimes drive in March and donated their time to
paint faces at the Paris Art Fair in May. Activi-
ties ended with the electiori of sofficers in May
and a Pat Mayse outing ear y in une. ...,,f-:zu
The '78-'79 club was primarily a service club. , , - . M
Circus tickets were sold from September to - ,,y, "T "f 'J
October, food baskets and 325.00 were , T
donated to the Salvation Army both at Thanks- 'N A '
giving and at Christmas, 350.00 was donated 32,5
to the Drake family, toys were donated to the '
Pee Wee Reid Christmas tree, and members
rang bells for the Salvation Army in December
at the Palace. ,
Plans f0r raising money for Jana Daugntery, Answering roll call: Keywanette members answer roll call
NL Keywanettes' entry in the Kiwanis Pancake as Secretary Kelly Moore checks it at monthly meeting.
Queen contest, and the convention in South
Padre Island are going into action for the
remainder of the year.
Members of Keywanettes are: CSeatedJ C. Cohn, T. McMonigle, V. Chapman, V. Cheatham, G. Jones, M
Taylor, R. Pilkinton, R. VanHooser, D. Asche, T. Parson, 12nd Rowj T. Glover, C. Gurley, K. Morton, B
Bryant, M. Carpenter, L. Bloodworth, K. Spann, K. Moore, R. Kersh, D. Penn, K. Holsenbeck, G. Bryant, K
Lvnch. C. Tschoerner, K. Allen, B. McKinney, Sponsor, S. Hindman, 13rd Rowj K. Mitchell, T. Holsenbeck,
D. McCloud, D. McKinney, A. Chrietzberg, J. Draper, B. Ross, A. Self, S. Juhlin, J. Ford, C. Gibson, C. Car-
ico, R. Coward, M. Carpenter, S. Wigley, and D. Arnett.
90 9 Keywaneftes
Getting ready for a swim: Cynthia Thompson and Linda
Short are blowing up an air mattress and preparing for
a swim at the annual Keywanettes picnic at Pat Mayes
Keywanettes Officers are:
CSeatedJ Donna McKinney,
Vice Presidentg Denise
Arnett, Presidentg Brenda
McKinney, Chaplain, fStahd-
ingy Jana Daughtery, Trea-.
surerg and Kelly Moore, Sec-
Relaxing in the shade: Keywanette Brenda
McKinney and her guest take out a few min-
utes to relax in the shade at the annual pic-
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Members of the Key Club are: CSeatedJ J. McGee, R. Skidmore, T. Cass, R. Watson, W. Ledbetter 12nd
Rowj Sponsor D. Hammer, G. Coursey, S. McCloure, B. Threadgill, D. Woods, V. Woodard 13rd Rowj B
Rosson, T. Moody, S. Bell, T. McMonigle, and B. Robbins.
First Convention at
New Dallas Hyatt
to Key Club
Despite a poor year, Key Clubbers attended
the Texas-Oklahoma Convention at the newly
completed Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas in
April, 1978. In the fall the Key Club finally got
under way in mid-October. Projects included
building a float for the Paris Christmas Parade,
and selling M8tM's in January. Members plan
to attend the convention in April in the same
location as last year.
Key Club Officers are: fSeatedj Bryant Rob-
bins, President, Greg Coursey, Vice President,
fStandingJ Scott Bell, Secretary, and Thomas
92 0 Key Club
Latin Club Officers are: fSeatedj Sheryl Gribble,
President: Bridget Parson, Vice President,
CStandingJ Susan McGee, Student Council Rep-
veg and Kelly Moore, Secr
Banquet, Trip to
The annual 42 Tournament at Powderly in March,
1978, raised money for a formal spring banquet at
Sponsor Mrs. Zara McCutcheon's home in April.
The end of '78 school year was celebrated at a pic-
nic at Odd Fellow Lake.
Money for fall activities was raised with Saturday
window washes and bake sales at Mirabeau Square
and by selling sheets of assorted NL football stick-
ers. Part of this money was used to buy supplies for
Homecoming decorations that won Second Place
for the Latin Club with a Star Wars theme, but most
was used to pay for Latin Club members' and their
guests' meal at Reunion Tower in Dallas. Latin Club
attended ETSU Foreign Language Workshop and
on December 11 rang bells for the Salvation Army at
Members ofthe Latin Club are: fSeatedJ K. Moore, D. Penn, P. Kilpatrick, A. Kilpatrick, S. McGee, Spon-
sor Z. McCutcheon, CStandingJ B. Parson, J. Draper, K. Mitchell, C. Draper, M. Dennis, L. Cox, and S.
Latin Club U 93
Bonfire After -
Cne Year's F'
The early Spring '78 months for Math Club
members were interrupted several times by
various field trips including a tour of L. P.
McCuistion Medical Center and a visit to the
Monticello Generating Plant. To end the '78
school year, officers were elected in May
with Charles Drager as the new President.
The main Mat Club service project was
for the school. A request was made to stu-
dents to draw and turn in ideas for a school
flag. Marty Burch's design was chosen and
an originally designed N Flag was made to
be presented at pep rallies and carried by
the Band's color guard at football games
and at the Paris Christmas Parade.
Thanks to the Math Club a bonfire was
again present for Homecoming after one year's
absence. October 30's annual Ha oween Party, com-
plete with costumes and spook house, was held in the
weight room where Lana Branch and Brian Brashier
won prizes for the best costumes.
Other service progects included ringing bells for the
Salvation Army on ecember 4, and an old fashioned
Christmas party at Katsumia Mitchell's home where
decorations and candy were made to give to the
Drakes. In January mem ers helped with the NL Math-
Science meet and sponsored the annual spirit chain.
QFlightJ Roast the Tagers: was the slogan of this particu-
lar Hgmecoming ecoration created by Math Club
CT op Righty Trophies for the winners: Katsumia Mitc-
hell arranges trophies for the first NL Math-Science
Meet held In January.
94 0 Moth Club
Math Club Members are: CSeatedj J. Graves, D. Penn, T. Basinger, P. Dooley, K. Bullard, T. Glover, M.
T D. W
ruan, omack, B. Halman, S. McGee, B. Parson, 12nd Flowj C. Draper, S. Tucker, A. Carter, C. Garner,
B. Slagle, K. Moore, L. C. Price, B. Black, S. Gribble, C. Nelson, L. Cox, T. Weddle, Sponsor J. Johnson, 13rd
Rowj T. Hawkins, J. Draper, Fl. Wilkinson, S. Hullinger, D. Cuttrell, M. Bailey, K. Stephens, D. Birdsong, T.
Morton, D. Flouton, L. Roberson, D. Townsend, K. Mitchell, and S. Jensen.
Math Club Officers are: fSeatedJ
W1 T' Charles Draper, President, David
Townsend, Vice-President, fStandingD
Susan McGee, Secretary, and Kelly
Math Club 0 95
Thanks to Math
Club, NL ls
First School Flag
First Place Trophy: Math Club member Tammy Glo- W
ver presents First Place trophy in Number Sense to
winner Charles Draper, who is also Math Club mem- A
"Good EveningI" Best dressed boy, Brian Brashier, rises
from his casket to greet other Math Club members at the
annual Halloween party.
Waiting for the spook house: Math Club members and their
guests wait on the stairs to go through the Spook House at
the annual Halloween party.
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Members of Office Education Association are' fSeatedJ L Branch B M K'
. . , . c lnney, K. Allen, J. Graves, L.
Short, D. Penn, L. McDonald, 12nd Rowy K. Wright, C. Lindsey, C. Tyson, C. Thompson, J. Daughtrey, C.
Taylor, D. Arnett, T. Glover, Sponsor A. Perry, 13rd Rowj D. McCloud, J. Tucker, J. Rater, T. Westbrooks,
S. Springer, D. McKinney, and J. Draper.
Comple e with wif '
O.E.A. Officers are: CSeatedJ Lisa McDonald, Presi-
dentg Cynthia Thompson, Vice President, CStanding3
Jana Daughtrey, Parliamentariang Donna McKinney,
Treasurer, Linda Short, Secretary, and Jana Graves,
Reporter is not pictured.
OEA 0 97
Wins Third in
Look what I got! O.E.A. members Sandy Springer, Donna
McKinney, Lisa McDonald, and Linda Dressler admire each oth-
er's presents at the annual Christmas party.
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School for some, work for others: OEA student CN'
Donna McKinney is employed by North Lamar
High School to assist in the office and for
Here's my boss: OEA student Linda Dressler
works for Miss Edith Mclntosh who is Elemen-
tary Supervisor for North Lamar ISD.
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' Must be interesting: OEA members Rita Coward Cfrontj,
Danna McCloud, Cynthia Thompson, Jana Graves, and
Denise Arnett listen attentively at the annual Christmas
party at Mrs. Perry's home.
State winner: Cindy Cooper and
Debbie Foster pose with State
Contest Winner Terri Hatley as
she shows off her trophy.
Why me? Sponsor Annie Perry has a look
of shock on her face as someone catches
her picture at the annual Christmas party.
Paw Print Staff Members are: fSeatedJ
Rhonda Hale, Barb Bryant, Sheryl
Gribble, Editor, fStanding5 Jami Ford
Holly Armstrong, and Melanie Truan
Members and Officers of the Sci-
ence Club are: Celia Frierson,
Student Council Representativeg
Lauri Cox, Parliamentariang
Susan McGee, Vice President,
CStandingJ Thomas McMonigIe,
S ' Sh I G 'bbl P '
ponsor, ery ri e, res:
dent, Stacy Tucker, Fteporterg and
Bridget Parson, Treasurer.
'IOO 0 Paw Print, Science Club
Members ofthe Spanish Club are: D. Clarkson, D. Wall, C. Vaughan, K. Maginn, B. McCracken, H. White, M.
Truan, C. Flisinger, B. Halman, R. Skidmore, B. Compton, f2nd Ftowj S. Bell, J. Ford, L. Weldon, D. Bickley,
L. Smith, T. Holsenbeck,,S. Tucker, K, Allen, B. McKinney, Ft. Coward, K. Bullard, L. Sparks, Fl. Hale, V.
Thompson, B. Flobbins,'Sponsor A. Harrison, C3rd Rowj K. McAllister, B. Vanderburg, G. Coursey, J. Slagle,
D. Woods, D. King, C. arendt, D. Cuttrell, T. McMonigle, B. Bosson, P. Howie, M. Darnell, D. McCloud, S.
for Spanish Club
by Selling NL
The annual convention at San Antonio and a
joint trip to Six Flags with Beta Club brought the
'78 Spanish Club year to an end. This year started
slowly as plans for a lake picnic and hayride fell
through. Things finally got going as members
T sold NL glasses and organized the crowning cer-
McCloure, L. McAIlis ,A. Norton.
A emony for the '78 Homecoming Queen. Other
activities included attending the ETSU Foreign
-I Language Workshop and a January hamburger
,l supper. Members will attend the PASF Conven-
l tion in San Antonio and ET Spanish Contests in
g Spanish Club Officers are: CSeatedJ Jami Ford,
,il Vice President, Stacy Tucker, President, tStand-
ingj Deanna Wall, Secretary, and Breana Vander-
Spanish Club 0 101
Newest Organization at NL ls Spirit
Spirit Club Officers are: Beth Dressler, Vice President: Connie Sims, Secre-
tary, Linda Dressler, Presidentg and Sharon Sanders, Treasurer.
Members of the Spirit Club are: fSeatedy L. McDonald, S. Hancock, J. Beamon, S. Sanders, B. Dressler,
S. Hudgens, A. Finch, O. Chaffin, D. French, 12nd Ftowj Sponsor A. Perry, B. Washington, C. McFrazier,
T. Reed, L. Short, M. Carpenter, K. Cooper, D. Arnett, B. McKinney, S. Gentry, J. Pryor, G. Bryant, T. Ray,
Sponsor T. Eads, fStandingj K. Weddie, C. Ellis, K. Holsenbeck, T. Smith, G. Dicken, S. Juhlin, M. Wil-
Iiams, L. McAllister, D. McKinney, T. Davidson, S. Wigley, and S. Michael.
102 0 Spirit Club
Members of Student Council are: fSeatedJ J. Graves, T. Glover, R. Bryan, E. Anderson, T. Starks, B. Par-
son, S. McGee, R. Kersh, 12nd Rowl D. Starks, K. McAllister, L. C. Price, K. Moore, L. Helm, T. Sims, S.
Tucker, H. Armstrong, Sponsor D. White, CStandingy M. McCarty, M. Darnell, K. Branch, A. Chambless, D.
Cuttrell, K. Stephens, B. Robbins, and R. Jackson.
it iii Traditional
to Disco by
as Council With
Student Council Officers are: Kyle
Stephens, President, Holly Arm-
strong, Vice President, Tammy Glo-
ver, Secretary, fStandingJ Kelly
McAllister, Treasurerg Stacy Tucker,
Reporterg L. C. Price, Parliamenta-
riang Kelly Moore, Corresponding
Secretary, and Elgie Anderson,
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Student Council 0 103
Football Game ls
Spring '78 did not see the Junior-Senior Girls'
Club's activities die down. Although the tradi-
tional car wash fund-raiser was cancelled, other
traditional activities remained. The King's Daugh-
ters received a treat as Tri-Hi-Y decorated and
hid Easter Eggs for the children, and a formal
spring dance was again held at the Elk's in April
as members and their guests danced to the music
of Blaze. The year closed with the election of offi-
cers but without the annual trip which was
replaced by an all-day outing at Pat Mayse Lake.
Initiation of new members was held in the
library at the second meeting, and a new fund
raiser in the form of homemade ice cream sup-
per before the New Boston game in September
was the beginning of the '78-'79 Tri-Hi-Y year.
The club played a big part in Homecoming by
decorating for the Homecoming Dance in the caf-
eteria along with two Beta Club members.
Funds were raised by the annual Bike-a-
thon around the loop on the first Saturday in
November, but not enough members partici-
pated, and the usual fall dance was can-
celled as a result.
Service projects included Thanksgiving
and Christmas baskets, adonation of S50 to
the Drake family, and ringing bells for the
Salvation Army on December 18. A Christ-
mas present wrapping project got little
response, but a Chili supper was held Janu-
ary 30 before the Prairiland basketball
Plans for the remainder of the year
include the Spring Dance and possibly
another fund raiser.
Ringing bells: Leanne Roberson and Beckie
Black ring bells for the Salvation Army on
December 18 at Walmart.
104 0 Tri-Hi-Y
Minutes of the meeting: Secretary Kelly Moore
takes minutes of a monthly Tri-Hi-Y meeting
Members of Tri-Hi-Y are: fSeatedJ J. Graves, T. Glover, B. Black, C. Vaughan, E. Anderson, B. Bryant, L.
Cooper, L. Cox, K. Holsenbeck, C2nd Rowj C. Nelson, K. Allen, B. McKinney, T. Westbrooks, L. Branch,
B. Slagle, C. Taylor, J. Daughtrey, J. Ford, J. Tucker, L. McDonald, L. Short, K. Moore, T. Weddle, M.
Truan, 13rd Rowj P. Dooley, C. Thompson, D. McKinney, S. Juhlin, J. Rater, L. Roberson, S. Springer, D.
McCloud, H. Armstrong, R. Coward, and D. Penn.
Tri-Hi-Y Officers are: CSeatedJ Linda Short, President,
Donna McKinney, Vice President, fStandingJ Kelly
Moore, Secretary, Leanne Roberson, Treasurerg Jana
Reporter, and Rita Coward, Chaplain.
They won't find this one: Tri-Hi-Y member
Teri Darnell hides an Easter Egg at the
annual Easter Egg Hunt held for the King's
Daughters' Day Care Center.
Tri-Hi-Y 0 I 05
UIL Math mmf
Places Third in
Third Place Winners: UIL Team member David
Townsend accepts Third Place team trophy
from Tammy Glover at the NL Math-Science
UIL Competitors are: fSeatedJ S. Leonard, Number Sense, T. Basinger, Number Sense, S. Hancock,
Ready Writingg J. Pryor, Number Sense, K. Bullard, Number Senseg D. Womack, Number Sense, CStand-
ingy R. Hale, Newswritingg B. Brashier, Scienceg A. Carter, Number Sense, D. Cuttrell, Number Sense and
Slide Rule: S. Hullinger, Number Sense, D. King, Spellingg S. Jensen, Number Senseg C. Draper, Number
Sense and Slide Rule. Not pictured are D. Townsend, Slide Ruleg B. Perry, Number Senseg and K. Mitc-
hell, Ready Writing.
Members of VICA re: C1 st Rowj K. Tucker, S. Marando, J. Carroll, Sweetheart L. Dressler, C. Fleming, S.
Maggard, J. Farmer, 12nd Bowl VICA Club Mascot, Sponsor E. Weaver, J. Dunn, K. Matney, B. Hicks, J. Bol-
ton, B. Biggs, B. McFatridge, 13rd Rowj K. Dickerson, Fi. Johnson, J. Penton, T. Ormsbee, and J. Fulton.
Per Year for
VICA Officers are: CSeatedJ Jerry
Fulton, Vice President, Jeff Bol-
ton, Presidentg Brian Biggs, Sec-
retary, CStandingJ Billy Hicks,
Treasurer, Joe Dunn, Reporter,
James Carroll, Parliamentariang
and Cary Fleming, Sergeant at
VICA 0 107
VOCT Member J
Andy Aker Places
First in Small
First in Arc
Welding at J
District Meet E
VOCT Officers are: fSeatedJ Ricky Porter,
Presidentg Terry Young, Vice President:
Scott Washington, Secretary, fStandingj
J' W h' t n Treasurer' Randall
immy as ing o , ,
Payne, Reporter, Mark Dangerfield, Par-
liamentariang and Clay McFatridge, Stu-
dent Council Representative. liinfgaaa
Members of VOCT are: CSeatedQ P. Rucker, M. Dangerfield, R. Porter, T. Cass, D. McFatridge, J. Hale,
12nd Rowj J. McDonald, S. McDonald, T. Young, S. Washington, R. Freeman, C. McFatridge, CStandingj
R. Payne, F. Johnson, J. Washington, J. Sullivan, W. Bailey, C. Brown, and Sponsor J. Swindle.
Members of Youth for Christ are: fSeatedJ T. Aubrey, M. Taylor, A. Davidson, C. Ausmus, D. Clarkson, R. 4
Pilkington, fStandingJ Sponsor L. Ochoa, K. Ballard, T. Sims, B. Ross, M. Whitener, R. Kersh, C. Draper,
and Sponsor J. Clayton.
Youth for Christ Officers are: Charles Draper, President: Molly Taylor,
Vice Pres.g Donna Clarkson, Student Council Representative: and Mark
Whitener, Treasurer. Not pictured are Cynthia Ausmus, Secretary: and
Theresa Sims, Student Council Representative.
Party Held at
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CStandingJ Arlecia Dangerfield, Elgie Ander-
son, Beckie Black, and Linda Short.
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Teer, Instructor Leroy Burk, Chris Bean,
Brandon Thompson, Terry Miers, David Ste-
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1 10 9 Other Organizations
Teachers' Aides are: CSeatedJ Donna Eubanks,
Womack, Kim Holsenbeck, CStandingJ Elgie
Melanie Truan, Roger Thompson, Tammy Glover
Library Assistants are: Jami Ford
Beamon, Theresa Reed,
Librarian Lee Ochoa, William Dickerson,
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North Lamar Pantherettes
making the All-District
Volleyball Team are: Stacy
Tucker, Barb Bryant, and Jana
positions can be found on
North Lamar Panthers making the All-District Football Teams are: fKneelingJ Mike McCarty,
Earnest Jenkins, Dale Routon, L. C. Price, Cliff Chadwick, Gaines Price, Will Armstrong,
Bryant Flobbins, fStandingJ Phillip Jordan, Dickie Birdsong, Shawn Jordan, Brad Perry, Mike
Bailey, Lynn Fendley, Van Wilson, and Gordon Smith. All-District positions are found on pages
120 9 All-District Volleyball and Football
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North Lamar Students making the All-District Band are: C1 st Rowj Rochelle Webb, 1st
Alternate - Tubag Tracie Weddle, 2nd Chair - Base Clarinet, Teresa Ray, 4th Chair
- Fluteg Carol Cohn, 12th Chair Clarinet, Lauri Cox, 4th Chair - Tenos Sax, 12nd
Ftowj Marla Wilson, 18th Chair - Clarinetg Sara Bratcher, 1st Chair - Piccolo, 7th
Chair Fluteg Ftuthy Stephens, 11th Chair, Clarinet, Tammy Holsenbeck, 2nd Chair
Oboeg Brent Hay, 20th Chair Clarinetg Anita Burks, 18th Chair, Clarinetg f3rd Rowj Cur-
tis Garrett, 5th Chair Tromboneg Mark Harris, ist Chair Tromboneg Melanie Truan, 9th
Chair Fluteg Richard Watson, 2nd Chair Trumpet, 5th Chair Snare Drumg Angela Moffit,
2nd Chair Clarinetg and Tony Noody, Alternate Timpani.
North Lamar students participating in the
Regional UIL Meet in 1978 are: Charles Draper,
Number Sense and Slide Ftuleg David Townsend,
Slide Rule: Laffy MCQUeen Ready Wflflflg North Lamar Pantherettes participatin '
. . . - . . g in the 1978
gslagdlngl, and Cena Frlefeen, Selenee- Not PIC- State. Track Meet are: Darcell White, Jana Graves,
Ure 'S Lewfenee Truan, Slide Rule. Beckie Black, Barb Bryant, Donna Ellis, Zena Twitty,
and Loretta Cooper.
UIL, All District Band, State Track 0 121
Valentine Sweethearts: ln the first North Lamar
Valentine Pageant, Lisa McAllister, a
representative of Junior Varsity Volleyball Team,
was chosen High School Valentine Sweetheart:
Wendy Jetton, representative of the intermediate
Band, was chosen Junior High Sweetheart. The
girls were chosen by a panel of impartial judges.
fLeftJ Key Club
Candi Carico was
chosen by Key
Club members as
chosen by VICA
members as their
122 9 Who's Who
fBelowy VOE Beau: Rusty Jackson was
selected by VOE members to be their Beau
QUpper Lefty Tri-Hi-YHero:
Brad Perry is Tri-Hi-Y Hero for
fLower Lefty FFA Sweetheart:
Sandy Springer was selected
by FFA members as their
CLower Righty HECE Beau:
Ronnie Teer is HECE Beau.
Who's Who 0 'I23
DAR Good Cltlzen
ls Linda Dressler
Cannon is Beau
for the Senior
Chapter of Future
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Decisions Made by Seven
School Board Members
Members of the North Lamar Independent School District's School Board are: fSeatedJ Mr. Steve Bybee,
President Mr. Bill Beard, Secretary, Mr. Ben Henson, Vice President: Mr.Eldon Holcomb, fStandingJ Mr.
Roy Chadwick, Superintendent, Mr. Larry Roberts, Mr. Leslie Howie: Mr. Scott O'Brieng and Mr. Wayne
Beard, Business Manager.
Secretaries serving North Lamar
Administrators are: fSeatedJ Mrs. Robbie
Dancer, Mrs. Betty Swindle, fStandingJ Mrs.
Freda Vanderburg, and Mrs. Gail Cochrell.
School Board, Secretaries U 127
Janitors, Cooks, Bus Drivers
Perform Essential Services
Bus Drivers for North Lamar Independent School District are: J. Patterson, H. Davis, A. Jones, E. Jones
R. Byrd, W. McCarty, M. Cox, M. Davis, C. Arnold, O. Broyles, J. D. Sanders, W. Wright, A. Arnold, S. Car
ico, J. Crabb, M. Odom, W. Streety, C. Drake, T. Emerson, J. Williams, J. Swindle, L. McFrazier, and
3 ,P 4, , "'ufA.
Janitors sewing North Lamar High School and Junior High are: fSea1
Rosetta Ellis, Sarah Westville, fStandingy Lavern McFrazier, James Tay
and Woodrow Thompson.
128 0 Bus Drivers, Janitors
WAYNE BEARD is Business Manager for
North Lamar Independent School District.
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CAFETERIA WORKERS at North Lamar are Gwendolyn
Foreman, Jimmie Boaz, Laverne McFrazier, Velma
McFadden, Catherine Moore, and Kathryn Streety.
HENRY DA VIS is Maintenance and Transportation
Manager for North Lamar Independent School District.
Administration 9 129
Being in Charge
of 600 High
Falls on Principal
Darrell White and
DARRELL WHITE is pri p I fNorth
Lamar High School.
Concentration: Coach Glover worries
over which play to run next during a PAUL GLOVEF1'is Head Coach, Ath
varsity football game. tor, and Assistant Principal at North L
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lt's No 8:00 to
A teacher's job usually includes
a lot more than just the classtime
hours: it is made up of countless
mornings before school of listen-
ing to 900 and more lines of
poetry to rushing through last
minute club meetings and even
more late nights of grading 152 4-
page tests to keeping a ham-
burger supper running smoothly
to staying after everyone else has
gone home and to bed after a
"there" football game to
straighten up the band hall and
finish writing next week's show.
Somehow, through the total
chaos of football season, the res-
cheduling and then rescheduling
again of tests around the indis-
pensable winter weather, and
finally the non-stop string of club
conventions, track meets, and
end-of-school trips, these unique
people live through it all and even
manage to teach their classes a
little something, too.
CUpper Lefty Letting a little pride
show: A satisfied look appears on
band director David Hammer's'
face as he directs the band at a
Hard work finally pays off: Girls'
Track Coach Roy Tom Stone gets
a reward in the form of winning
the regional track meet.
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Tackling a frustrating job: The challenge of Time out for family: Counselor Jerry Moore
completely reorganizing the library is taken on takes time to visit with his wife Kathy and
by Librarian Lee Ochoa.
granddaughter Ami LaMoine Thompson.
Faculty 0 131
Teachers Sacrifice Much of
Their Free Time as Organization
and Class Sponsors
ANTHONY, VIRGIE - Homemaking I,
ARNOLD, JUANITA - CVAE I and Il.
BETHEL, MARY - Plan A
BROWN, RHEA - Regular and
Advanced English ll, YachtSponsor
BYRD, RICHARD - Government
CARTER, CLARENCE -
Fundamentals of Math I and ll, Chess
CARTER, GLENDORA - Chemistry,
Physics, Physical Science
CLAYTON, JOE - Typing I, Youth for
CRAWFORD, JOHNNY - Basic
Physical Science and Biology,
Assistant Football Coach
EADS, TOMMY - Introduction to
Algebra ll and Fundamentals of Math ll,
Beta Club and Spirit Club Sponsor
EMERSON, THERESA- School
FRIERSON, DICK - Health and Free
Enterprise and Basic American
History, Assistant Football Coach,
Head Track Coach
132 0 Faculty
FRIERSON, JACK -Agriculture I, FFA
GEORGE, ALDEN - Fundamentals of
Math, Consumer Math, and Physical
Science, Assistant Football Coach,
GRAVES, JAMES - Vocational
GREEN, SHARON - Secretary to Mr.
HAMMER, DAVID - Band Director
HARRISON, ARLENE - American
History, Spanish I, Spanish Club
Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor
HICKMAN, LILLIAN - World History
and Sociology, Beta Club Sponsor
HICKS, VIVIAN - Library Aide
HINDMAN, SHARON - Basic.
Regular, and Advanced English Ill,
Keywanettes Sponsor, Senior
Sponsor, UIL Ready Writing
HULLINGER, MARTHA - Basic
English I, II, and IV
JOHNSON, JOYCE -Algebra i,
Algebra ll, Geometry, Trigonometry
and Statistics, Math Club Sponsor, UIL
Number Sense and Slide Rule
JOHNSON, MIKE - Work Study
MAHAN, TREVA- HECE I and Il,
HERO I Sponsor
MCCUTCHEON, ZARA - English IV,
Latin I, Latin Club Sponsor, UIL One
McGUIRE, CORTIS - DE Pre Lab I
and II, DECA Sponsor
Faculty 0 133
MCLEMORE, BOBBY - Agriculture ll
and III, Co-Op, FFA Sponsor
McMONlGLE, THOMAS - Advanced
and Regular Biology I, Science Club
MOORE, JERRY - Counselor,
MURPHY, CAROLYN - Record
Keeping, Typing ll, Shorthand,
Accounting, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor
OCHOA, LEE - Librarian, Youth for
PERRY, ANNIE - VOE, Cheerleader
Sponsor, OEA Sponsor, Spirit Club
RUSSELL, LINDA - Regular and
Advanced English I, FTA Sponsor
SWINDLE, JESSE - Industrial
Education, VOCT Sponsor
TEMPLETON, SONNY - American
History, World History, Assistant
TOWNSEND, ELAINE - Girls' PE,
Health and Free Enterprise, Volleyball
TRULL, PAUL - Boys' P.E., Health
and Free Enterprise, Assistant Football
Coach, Head Basketball Coach
WEAVER, ELM ER - Auto Mechanics,
WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN -
Homemaking I, ll, and Ill, Home and
Family Living and Child Development,
and FHA Sponsor
134 0 Faculty
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High school life has undergone drastic
change in the past four or five years at NL.
Instead of just going to school and then
home again and once in a while going to a
ballgame or one of the two dances per year,
just about everyone was going for some rea-
son or another almost all the time. For many
students it was a time of going and going
and never having enough time to stop and
catch their breath before they had to go on
to something else. There was athletic or
band practice every afternoon after schoolg
selling or working for a clubg or going to
dances, contests, or gamesg and if, by some
unheard of reason, there was nothing to
rush around for there was always homework
or studying to fall back on.
This is volleyball practice? Sandy Springer
experiences a different aspect of volleyball
fAboveJ Posing for Senior Pictures: Leanne
Roberson tries to figure out just how to hold
her cap and diploma.
fUpper Righty Waiting for the Whistle: Per-
cussionists Harlan White, Donna Eubanks,
and David Smalley perform during a halftime
Almost time for practice: Flag corps members
are getting ready for their daily afternoon
practice with the marching band.
136 0 Classes
Last of First NL Baseball,
Volleyball Teams and Band Go
Through Their Final Year
ANDERSON, ELGIE - FHA, FTA President
and Historian, Tri-Hi-Y, Basketball 11 , 2, 3, 45,
Track 11 , 2, 3, 45, Band 115, Flag Corps 145,
ARMSTRONG, WILL - Spanish Club, FFA,
Football 11 , 2, 3, 45, Baseball 11 , 2, 3, 45
ARNETT, JOYCE - Choir, FHA, HECE, Class
Representative, Keywanettes, Math Club,
Youth for Christ, 1978 Yacht Class Editor
ARNOLD, MARY - FHA Treasurer, Chess
Club, DECA, Keywanettes
ATNIP, DEWAYNE - FFA, Football 11, 2, 3, 45
BAILEY, MIKE - Beta Club, Math Club,
Football 11 , 2, 3, 45, Basketball 11 , 2, 3, 45,
Track 11 , 2, 3, 45, All Around Sophomore,
BIGGS, BRYAN - Chess Club Treasurer,
BILLS, LARRY - CVAE, VICA
BIRDSONG, DICKIE - Chess Club President,
FFA, Math ,Club, Football 11 , 2, 3, 45, Track 11,
2, 3, 45, Baseball
BIVENS, LISA - FHA, HECE
BLACK, BECKIE - Beta Club, Math Club.
Keywanettes, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior
Favorite, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 45, Volleyball 115,
Track 11 , 2, 3, 45, Most Valuable Girl in Track
1978, Most Beautiful
BOLTON, JEFF- Chess Club, FFA, VICA
Parliamentarian and President
Seniors 0 I 37
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SPRINGER, TRACY MARSHALL -
CVAE Secretary. HECE, JV
STEPHENS, KYLE - FFA Vice Pres..
Beta, Math Club, Student Council 5
President, Freshman Class Vice-Pres.,
Sophomore Class President, Junior
Class President, Senior Class
President, Football 11, 2, 3, 41,
Basketball 11, 2, 31, Track 11 , 2, 3, 41.
Baseball 11 , 3, 41, Friendliest, Junior
Rotarian, Who's Who, 1977 All-District
Football Tackle, 1978 Shot Put District
Champ and Regional Competitor
STORY, DAVID - FFA, DECA, Band
TAYLOR, CINDY - DECA Treasurer,
Keywanettes, FHA, OEA, Tri-Hi-Y,
THOMPSON, BRANDON - FFA
THOMPSON. CYNTHIA - FHA,
Keywanettes, OEA, Vice-Pres. Tri-Hi-Y,
Tennis 131, Basketball 11 , 21, Track 11 ,
THOMPSON, FRANKlE - CVAE.
Football 13, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41,
Track 11 , 2, 31
TOWNSEND, DAVID- Beta, FFA,
Math Club, Vice-Pres., Science Club,
Football 111, Who's Who, Second Place
District Slide Rule, National Merit
TRAMMELL, DEW-ANA- FHA
TUCKER, STACY - FHA, Beta,
Keywanettes, Science Club Reporter,
Spanish Club President, Student
Council Reporter, Math Club,
Volleyball 11 , 2, 3, 41, Track 11 , 2, 3, 41,
TWITTY, MORITA - Homecoming
Queen Nominee, JV Cheerleader
TYSON, CHERYL - Beta, FHA, OEA,
Tri-Hi-Y, Track 11 , 21, Basketball 111,
Volleyball 11, 21
Seniors 0 143
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Sler and ASB Chambless. Senior Class Favorites are: Kelly Moore and Will Arm-
Senior Class Officers are: C1 st Rowj Kelly Moore, Student Council Representativeg Jana Daughtrey,
Treasurer, Linda Short, Vice President, Bridget Parson, Secretary, f2nd Rowj Kyle Stephens, President,
Mike McCarty, Student Council Representative, and Asa Chambless, Student Council Representative.
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All-Around Junior Girl Is Jana Graves
Junior Glass Officers are: Q1 st Rowj Debbie Moss, Reporterg Shannon Cope, Treasurer, Stacie Hancock,
Student'CounciI Representative, Jana Graves, Vice President, 12nd Rowj Rusty Jackson, Student Coun-
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Jana Graves. ' Junior Class Favorites are: Tony Allen
and Cindy Spann.
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and Sherri Hudgens. All Around Sophomore Boy and Girl are: Rodney
Green and Kelly McAllister.
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Representative: Michele Darnell, Vice President: Lisa McAllister, Secretary, Derwin Starks, Student
Council Representative, CBack Rowj Phillip Melton, Treasurer: Duane Cuttrell, Student Council Repre-
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Freshman Class Led by Roger Bryan
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Freshman Class Officers are: fSeatedJ Cindy Risinger, Treasurerg Ronda Kersh, Student Council Repre-
sentativeg Ginny Jones, Reporter, fStandingJ Candi Carico, Vice Presidentg Kelvin Branch, Student
Council Representativeg Roger Bryan, President: and Randy Floyd, Secretary.
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All Around Freshman Boy and Girl are: B. J. Tem-
pleton and Carol Tschoerner.
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Haney, and Kala Kang.
Moving at Jr.
Practice makes perfect: Junior
High Cheerleaders Tamara
McDowell, Kandi Bolton, Kim
Moss, Debbie Gurley, Gina
Raney, and Kala King practice to
perfect a formation.
Everybody yell! Kandy Bolton, Kim Moss, Debbie
Gurley, Tamara McDowell, and Kala King Lead
the student body in a yell at a Thursday afternoon
One more time now: Cheerleaders Gina Raney, Kandy
Bolton, Kim Moss, Debbie Gurley, Tamara McDowell,
and Kala King practice yells with the assistance of high
Junior High Cheerleaders 0 167
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Members of the Seventh Grade Football Team are: Jim Parker, Charlie Cohn, Steve Tucker, Marty Hicks,
Scotty Todd, Doug McCloure, Joel Mangrum, Scottie Bowers, Jeff Chapman, Craig Shew, Michael Mar-
ando, Brian Brown, Danny Hoskins, Joe Hoskins, Marty Grayson, Jeff Kalich, Odis White, CSecond Rowj
Steve Drake, Johnny Lacy, Loren Spethman, Joe David White, Danny Green, Philip Ramsey, Todd Fendley,
Kenneth Broadway, Mark Jones, Rodney Williams, Glenn Young, Glenn Brown, Craig Bailey, Randy Yates,
Mike Mitchell, Jeff Ford, Paul Wood, James McFadden, CThird Rowj Lee Allison, Jeff Reed, Britt Taylor,
Greg Hollis, Jeff Kinslow, Chad Stephens, Roy Davis, Richard Hignight, Tony Bolyard, Cliff Aubrey, Bobby
Wooten, Gerald Henderson, Greg Roberson, Mike Hack, Rodney Floyd, Brad Sugg, Wesley Mitchell, Tim
Barnes, fFourth Rowj Joey Carico, Ronnie Howard, Ronald Young, Jodie Carroll, Jerry Smallwood, Thad
McEntyre, Ricky Cruse, Chad Barrett, Mark Parson, Paul Spencer, Mike Moore, James Boyd, Billy Dicken,
Brad Green, Billy Lowery, Ben Pasteka, Bill Poole, and Coach Fred Nutt.
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Members of the Eighth Grade Football Team are.' fSeatedJ Waylon White, Bruce Bullard, Kenny Helm,
Rodney White, Teddy McMonigle, Mike Slagle, Lee Ray, David Lacy, Brad Collard, Paul Stephens, Jay
Armstrong, 12nd Rowy Stacy Williams, Rodney Cooper, Neal Smith, Roland Hayes, Stan Roberson,
George Stanley, Mike Russell, Terry Bowman, Cary Thompson, 13rd Rowj Jessie Smith, Curtis Wright,
Kevin Gates, Dud Peel, Michael Kirk, Ronn Earp, Scott Birdsong, Thomas Arnold, Mark Cowlinshaw,
Donald Vaughan Arnis Payne, f4th Rowj Barry Neal, Alan Heckaman, Charles Reed, Steve McFadden,
Jerry Young, Alan Vanderburg, Grady Ramsey, Jimmy Weger, Leroy Reavis, Chad Coursey, C5th Rowj
Coach Bobby Anthony, Patrick Webb, Chris Tomlinson, Chris Morris, David Robinson, Curlese Webb,
Vance Temple, Randy Basinger, and Gary Lassiter.
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Make Football -.
Discussing game plan:
Seventh Grade Football
Players Chad Stephens
1331, Joey Carico 1201,
Jodie Carroll 1721, Wesley
Mitchell 1771, James Boyd
1611, and Danny Green 1
1621 go over their game l
In on the tackle: Seventh graders Danny Green
1621 and Joe David White 1521 are in on the tackle
of an opponent.
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Instructions from the coach: Seventh
Grader Mark Jones 1121 receives instruc-
tions from Coach Roy Tom Stone.
Blocking for Quarterback: Eighth Graders Curtis Wright C73y and Dud Peel C68y block for
Roland Hayes 1121 on an attempted pass play.
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catches a pass as Paul Stephens 1813 looks on.
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Junior High Football 0 171
District Champs Are 7th Grade Girls
Members of the Seventh Grade Girls' Basketball Team are: Ust Rowj Brigitte Elmore, Margaret Cooper
Julie Sherrer, Renee Carroll, Angie Anderson, Becky Daughtrey, Tammy Fair, f2nd Ftowj Laurie Seay
Kristi Hearne, Kim Cope, Sheila Staggs, Becky Fuller, Sheila Gladden, Patty Allen, Melissa Mahan
Jackie Anderson, and Coach Virginia Bolton.
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8th Grade Girls Take 2nd Place
Members of the Eighth Grade Girls' Basketball Team are: C1 st Ftowj Debbie Stark, Lisa Bickley, Wendy
Jetton, Denise Bailey, Christi Eastman, Jeannie Morton, Laurie Mclntyre, 12nd Ftowj Coach Virginia Bol-
ton, Everly Barr, Staci Shawhart, Vonda McFrazier, Bronis Ramsey, Glenna Lane, Beldra McCarty, Robin
Armstrong, and Manager Lauren Chadwick.
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Junior High Girls Basketball 0 173
Up for the rebound: North Lamar
players Everly Barr 1311 and Lisa
Bickley 4113 go up for the
Watching the game: Girls' basketball coach Vir-
ginia Bolton and her eighth grade team are
deeply concentrating on the game with Winns-
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Passing to shoot: Lisa Bickley U13 passes to
team member Bronis Ramsey 1203 who is in a
position to shoot.
1Left5 Two Points: Kim Cope 1455 and Jackie
Anderson 1553 watch as the ball goes through the
rim for two points.
1BelowJ Get the ball! Becky Fuller 1511 passes the
ball to a fellow teammate as she is heavily
guarded by Winnsboro players.
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QE 1 ,U f .X g D T the ball to a teammate as she and a
l M ' "' - Winnsboro playergo for ajump ball.
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Members of the Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball Team are: Q1 st Rowl David Tschoerner, Paul Stephens,
Jay Armstrong, Brad Collard, Charles Reed, 12nd Rowj Chris Morris, Roland Hayes, Rodney Cooper,
David Robinson, Kenny Dollins, Curlese Webb, 13rd Rowj Donald Vaughan, Alan Vanderburg, Jessie
Smith, Stacy Williams, Barry Neal, and Coach Fred Nutt.
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Ready for practice: Fred Nutt, Seventh and
Eighth Grade Boys' Coach is ready for work outs
at athletics class period.
fAboveJ Get this one: Rodney Cooper
attempts to throw a pass to a teammate
during work outs.
Watch out: Roland Hayes prepares to
pass the ball during a practice session.
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Doing his part: Billy Poole does his part during
a daily practice session.
Runners Up in
Are NL 7th
1 Now remember. . .: Coach Fred Nutt gives
X i instructions to Rodney Cooper and Jesse
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gets final instructions from Coach Nutt before
going in to play.
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Members of the 1978 Junior High Girls' Track Team are: C1 st Ftowj Jeannie Morton, Tamara McDowell,
Sharon Truan, Cindy Risinger, Lisa Bickley, Denise Bailey, Vickie Chapman, Darcie Asche, 12nd Fiowj Bev-
erly Washington, Fiobin Armstrong, Everiy Barr, Kathy Lynch, Kenda Morton, Carol Tschoerner, Loretta
Smith, Vicki Smallwood, Eva Ellis, C3rd Rowj Vonda McFrazier, Candi Carico, Christie Gibson, Bronis Ram-
sey, Ann Self, Kim Stephens, Melodia Williams, Karen Spann, Carolene McFrazier, and Coach Virginia Bol-
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Moving ahead: Neal Smith attempts to move ahead of opposing
team members at the annual track meet at North Lamar.
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and Wins District
Over the Hurdles! Craig Reed has just cleared the
Hurdles and is headed for the finish line at the North
Lamar Track Meet.
Members of the 1978 Eighth Grade Track Team are: C1 st Ftowj Curt Garrett, Mark Frazier, Terry Brooks,
Larry Beard, Clint Norwood, Randy Floyd, Bobby Cochran,.Mark Arnold, 12nd Rowj Terry Dickerson, Jeff
Hall, Kenneth Morris, Craig Reed, Jimmy Brown, Bobby Hicks, Todd Stephens, Kenneth Reed, Ernest
McCarty, f3rd Rowj Coach Fred Nutt, John Anderson, Larry Cox, Mike Green, Bobby Sanders, David Wash-
ington, Sammy Thompson, and Robert Walker. A
Junior High Truck 0 181
Members of the 1978 Seventh Grade Boys' Track Team are: C1 st Rowj Rodney White, Brad Collard, Lee
Ray, Jeff Brown, Eric Dangerfield, Freddy McFatridge, 12nd Rowj Doug Hood, Paul Stephens, Roland
Hayes, Neal Smith, Thomas Arnold, Ron Earp, George Applegate, 13rd Rowj Coach Fred Nutt, Chris Mor-
ris, Pat Webb, Curtis Wright, Steve McFatridge, Jeff Draper, Curlese Webb, Jessie Smith, and Stacy Wil-
in District Track
Meet Captured 'T
by NL 7th
Will he make it? Kent Morris attempts to clear the bar
Pole Vaulting at the North Lamar Track Meet.
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Members of the Eighth Grade Choir are: Q1 st Ftowj S Brodie, A. McCracken, S. Leonard, T. Coston, K. Bol-
ton, K. King, T. Holley, 12nd Ftowj L. Nobles, T. Beckham, K. Moore, P. Michael, K. Moss, K. Porter, T. Grant,
S. Sanders, 13rd Rowj W. Jetton, S. Grayson, T. Maginn, S. Walker, L. Bickley, B. Kinslow, J. Morton, C.
Eastman, t4th Rowj A. Ingram, M. Anderson, B. Armstrong, W. Brunson, L. Frazar, B. McCarty, M. Burleson, -
M. Ellison, D. Martin, Q5th Rowj L. Pasteka, K. Maytum, L. Bailey, C. Menasco, J. Moore, G. Lane, V.
McFrazier, E. Barr, K. Hopkins, T. Haynes, and D. Bailey.
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Burgin, L. Slagle, T. Fair, 12nd Rowj L. Nichols, M. Cooper, T. Smith, M. Dennis, B. Daughtery, T,
Franklin, E. Cherry, C. Ellis, t3rd Rowj K. Bolton, C. Bills, L. Simpsen, K. Bean, M. Hicks, C. Kirkpatrick,
D. Wisley, S. Allen, f4th Rowj B. Ogden, J. Sherrer, M. Johnson, L. Robbins, H. Haggard, A. Anderson,
T. Mitchell, K. Snodgrass, B. Cannon, 15th Ftowj T. Smallwood, J. Anderson, D. Raissez, B. Carroll, M.
Freeman, L. Cato, S. Cato, M. Arnold, L. Thompson, S. McKnight, C6th Rowj S. King, D. Sharrock, A.
Montgomery, K. Parsons, P. Smith, B. Fuller, M. Phifer, S, Gladden, S. Ballard, L. Border, Fl. Carroll, P.
Ham- Junior High Choir 0 183
Christmas Concert: Interme-
diate Band Members enter-
tain parents and friends at
the annual Christmas Con-
Members of the Intermediate Band are: C1 st Bowl Jeana Townsend, Sharon Truan, Tedra Grant, Tony
Freeman, Jana Moore, Wendy Jetton, Kim Hopkins, Randy Perryman, Teresa Beckham, Susan Leonard,
Trava Coston, C2nd Flowj Garlene O'Donald, Linda Bailey, Samantha Brodie, Angie Thomas, Staci Shaw-
hart, Kim Stephens, Scott Birdsong, Julie Cox, Harvey Spencer, Brent Campbell, Sherman Franklin, Mike
lhrer, 13rd Howl George Stanley, Mandy Hicks, Jeff Williamson, Vance Temple, Chad Coursey, 14th Rowj
Ricky Woods, Alan Vanderburg, Lee Griffin, David Smalley, Tommy French, and Director Dave Hammer.
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Members of the Beginner Band are: C1 st Rowj Becky Fuller, Kay Shaw, Rhonda Moore, Holly Haggard,
Lisa Nichols, Michelle Dennis, Tambra Smith, Mark Lovelace, Stanley Dawes, Kevin Perryman, Shelia
Ballard, Becky Daughtery, C2nd Rowy John Loftin, Charles Reed, Vannatta Conway, Charlie Cohn, Der-
win Miller, Steve Jett, Thad McEntyre, Mike Mitchell, Mike Marando, Mark Avance, Marty Grayson, Tim
Barnes, 13rd Rowj Stan Robinson, Ronald Young, Greg Robinson, C4th Rowj Director Dave Hammer,
Earl Woods, Chad Garrett, Teddy McMonigle, Craig Shew, Jeff Kahlich, and John Maxey.
Christmas is a time for concerts: Intermediate
band members play in the Christmas Concert.
Members of the Color Guard are: Staci Shawhart,
Sharon Truan, Kim Stephens, Julie Cox, and Jeana
Beginner Band 0 185
Junior High Student Council Officers are: CSeatedJ Jeana Townsend,
President: Kim Stephens, Vice President: Gina Raney, Secretary: Toni
Freeman, Treasurer: Julie Cox, Reporter, fStanding5 Sharon Truan,
Historian: John Maxey, Asst. Historian: Gary Broadway, Parliamenta-
rian: Danny Mounce, Asst. Parliamentarian: Sheila Woods, Asst. Sec-
retary: Janet Ballard, Asst. Treasurer: and Tammy Pratt, Asst.
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Members of Junior High Student Council are: fSeatedJ J. Mangrum, T. Coston, T. French, C. Shew, T.
Smith, Cheatham, L. Slagle, S. McKnight, L. Mitchell, G. Raney, S. Woods, 12nd Rowj J. Maxey, S.
McMonigIe, L. Colvin, T. Pratt, G. Broadway, R. Hayes, D. Mounce, J. Sherrer, J. Ballard, T. Freeman, W.
Jetton, R. Armstrong, and Sponsor K. Sanders, 13rd Rowj R. Moore, B. Poole, J. Townsend, B. Ramsey
K. Stephens, A. Vanderburg, J. Cox, K. Cope, S. Williams, S. Truan, and L. Pasteka.
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ayes and Trava Coston.
" Mr. ond Miss Junior High
Seventh and Eighth Graders Select
Most Handsome Seventh Grader: Marty Grayson
was selected for this honor.
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Favorite Seventh Grade Boy.' Craig Shew was
selected as class favorite.
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Cutest Seventh Grader: Christie Collier was cho-
sen as cutest in her class.
Favorite Seventh Grade Girl: Julie Sherrer was
also selected as class favorite.
Most Handsome, Cutest, Favorites
Most Handsome Eighth Grader: Rodney Cooper
was selected as Most Handsome.
Favorite Eighth Grade Boy: Jay Armstrong was
elected as Class Favorite.
Cutest Eighth Grader: Christie Eastman was
selected as Cutest.
Favorite Eighth Grade Girl: Laura Pasteka was
chosen as Class Favorite.
Junior High Favorite 0 189
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Award winners at the
1978 Eighth Grade
Awards Day were: C1 st
Howl Bobby Cochran,
Todd Stephens, Vance
Woodard, C2nd Ftowj
Kenda Morton, Ginny
Jones, Darcy Asche,
Marc White, Rae Jean
Pilkinton, C3rd Rowj
Monica Reed, Kathleen
Maginn, Molly Carpen-
ter, Carol Tschoerner,
Candi Carico, Teresa
Sims, Kathy Lynch,
14th Rowj Kelly
Woodby, Vicky Small-
wood, Donny Moree,
Sohn Hullinger, Lee
Kennemer, and Kelvin
Friday afternoon pep rally: Junior High Students
enjoy a Friday Afternoon High School Pep Rally.
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instructor assists Scotty Todd with his work.
Ready for the Kick Off: Seventh Grade
Football Team members are ready to
kick off to the opposing team.
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ANTHONY, BOBBY -- Social Studies.
BOLTON, VIRGINIA- P.E., Literature.
BROOKS, EDNA- Special Education
CAMSTER, ARNELLE - Seventh
Grade Math and Literature
CARNAGEY, TISHA - Title I Math and
CONEY, L. J. - Social Studies and
DAVIS, MARGIE - Aide and Secretary
to Mr. Brown
EATHERLY, BARBARA - Eighth
Grade Math and Literature
ECHOLS, REBA - Language Arts
ELLIS, ROSETTA- Janitorial Service
GOSE, DAN - Seventh Grade Science
GOSE, PAT - Librarian Aide
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LONG, LATANAE - Choir, Texas His-
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MORTON, MARY LOUISE - Special
NORRELL, JAMES - U.S. History and
NUTT, FRED - Title I Math and Coach
SANDERS, KENNY - Science and
Social Studies, Student Council
STONE, ROY TOM - Science, P.E.,
SUGG, ELLA - English and Art
Waiting for the Outcome:
Coach Fred Nutt awaits the
outcome of a crucial play at a
junior high football game.
Junior High Faculty 0 193
ROBISON, GENE - English and Span-
Ten Eighth Graders Perform With
194 0 Eighth Grade
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High School Marching Band
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Eighth Grade 0 195
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Ray, Ronald Lee
Eighth Grade 0 197
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Ellis, Chris Cheryl
Fendley, James Todd
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-Fa m i n g Lamar Avenue in Mirabee Square in Paris, Texas
TRACTOR SUPPLY SUPERIOR
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PARIS HONDA 3680 Lamar LOOP TRUCK STOP AND
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Give the graduate one
more thing to be proud ot.
lt you want to give your graduate a
special pat on the back, you can do it with
a beautiful piece ot Karat Gold Jewelry.
lt's a genuine way to applaud a genuine
Come in and let us help you make a
selection trom our assortment of Karat
gold bracelets, chains, rings and pins.
Real gold. Nothing says congratulations
W O U S E
Jewoli - Gemologlst
Member American gem society
Nothing else feels like real gold
Joe Graham is manager ot Station KACW-FM. KACW
covers North Lamar Sports and otters the best in stereo
country for the people ot Paris and the surrounding
William and Carol Moreland are enioying a meal at
CHAMPS located at 2655 Clarksville Street in Paris,
Texas. To call in your order in advance, phone 785-6922.
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. . . Dedicafed 'Io fhe success of 'Ihe s'I'uden+s of Nor+I1eas+ Texas
A TWO YEAR COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FOUNDED IN I924
Former NOI'+I'l Lamar Sfudenfs Terri Ha+Iey and Donna Humphrey are shown oufside Ihe new
Learning Cen'I'er a+ Paris Junior College.
MIKE nHeuoAsu. LEARNING CENTER
ua. Ano weum AlKm..m. REGIONAL ARCHIVES
Sandra Juhlin is paying for her purchase a+ TACO DELITE Ioca+ecI a+ I580 Clarksville S+ree+ in Paris, Texas, for
Mexican Food +o sui+ your +as+e. You may phone orders in by calling 785-7 I 73.
S Name Brand Merchandise a+ Popular Prices . . .
lou 04m0ZJ'4 DRESS SHOP
2280 N.E. Loop 286
Pafis- Texas 75460 LAMAR ROAD, PARIS, TEXAS 75460
Tony Llama Levi Resislal
Nocona Wrangler I-Ials and Highway 82, Eas+ of Loop 286 Phone 785-46I 7
BooI's Jeans BeI'I's
CASE POWER -
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SAI N'S FEED STORE
Highway 27I Norfh
Box 520 Powderly, Texas 75473
I7I0 N.E. Loop 286
Paris, Texas 75460
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Family Life Cenfer af FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH. A Family Life
Cenler is no+ "ius+ for young
people." I+ is for people of all ages.
The building is designed wi+h
Senior Adulfs in mind. There will be
bowling, walking fraclr,
shubbleboard, ceramics and craf+s,
fireside room, and quief games.
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TOP DRIVE IN
I3 I0 Norih Main
Phone 785-9 I 2 I
Lawn and Garden Supplies
For AII Your Lives+ocI: Needs
I6 I 7 Nor+h Main 784-729I
James and Mae Crawford, Home Ph. 982-5588
CULLUM AUTO PARTS
Come by ai' I402 Nor'Ih Main for Professional Service
and all of your au+omoI'ive needs 'From CULLUM AUTO
PARTS. CULLUM AUTO PARTS is convenien'I'Iy
Iocafed in Paris, Texas Io serve all your needs. For
informaI'ion concerning our producfs, phone 785-1644.
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LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
Thomas McIv1onigIe demons+ra+es how difficulf if is Io open 'rhe vauI+'a+ LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK on I'he Sou+h Side of Ihe Plaza in Paris, Texas. LIBERTY NATIONAL wiII help you keep your
money safe. Phone 784-6626. Pos+ Office Box 9I9.
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Shirley BarneH is shown here on one of fhe many fine sofas a+ FULLER FURNITURE, 20I Bonham Sireei, in Paris,
Texas. Come +0 FU LLER'S for all of your furnH'ure needs.
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Here Lauri Cox is showing one of 'H1e fine cars af JOE
ADAMS USED CARS, 6I0 Norfh Main in Paris, Texas.
Phone 785-l730. You may reach Joe Adams a+ home a+
784-3659 or Harold Adams a+ home af 785-6729.
H I LLEY'S PALACE CUT RATE DRUGS
For all your prescripiion, drug, and cosmeiic needs, come by HILLEY'S PALACE DRUG, 605 Bonham, in Paris, Texas.
For delivery of your prescripfions, phone 784-7434.
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GLASS IMPLEMENT Iocaied on 2I05 NorI'h Main has
your every need in farm equipment They have com-
pleie sales and service of Massey Ferguson and Hesson
Farm Equipment Come by when you are in Paris, Texas.
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Clyde Pickens. who is manager and owner of POPEYE'S
FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN has iusi given Cheryl Ful-
brighi' her order. Come by 2475 Nor'I'h Main for 'Ihe
bes'I in 'Fried chicken, or call your order in a'I' 785-8739.
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Tracie Weddle is shown one of fhe many' fine fabrics
found af DISCOUNT FABRIC by her mof er, Mrs. Billy
Weddle. For a complefe selecfion of fabric come by
I020 Dickson Avenue in Paris, Texas, or phone 784-
VALLEY FEED MILL
VALLEY FEED MILL 8: FERTILIZER CO., 3I5 W. Cen-
fer In Paris, Texas, has a complefe Iine of feeds, seeds,
and ferfilizer. For fhe besf producfs for your Iivesfock
needs, shop VALLEY FEED MILL.
Paris Home Owned Deparfmenf Sfore
Norfh Side Plaza
I I I Lamar Avenue
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Pans' Texas Norm Davis, Owner
Furnifure - Carpef - Drapery
Everyfhing you need for every sporf.
FIRST CITY NATIONAL BANK
Mr. David S. Harwood, Vice Presidenf of FIRST CITY NATIONAL BANK, +eIIs Lauri Cox and Tra-
cie Weddle of Ihe fine service which FIRST CITY NATIONAL gives +o Ihe 'fine people of Paris
and Lamar Coun'I'y. Come by FIRST CITY NATIONAL on I'he NorI'hwes+ Corner of I'he plaza in
DownI'own Paris, Texas, or phone 784-3386.
widez:I'eEII!JriIl::irgrdstgleelighing R E S F R I
yeupin as our gm to you! Kim Holsenbeck is shown wiI'I1 one of 'Ihe many beaufiful
flower arrangemen+s found ai' PARIS FLORIST, 26 I 0
The Diamond Store Lamar Avenue, Paris, Texas. You may phone in your
l -I , , order a+ 784-6629.
DOWNTOWN OR MIRABEAU SQUARE
PARIS WEST SU PERMARKET
PARIS WEST SUPERMARKET is convenienfly Ioca'I'ed af 630 Bonham S'I'ree'I in Paris, Texas, Io serve 'I'I1e people of
Paris and Lamar Coun'I'y. PARIS WEST has a compIe'I'e seIec'Iion of fop qualify meafs and produce for your grocery
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A Laura Cox and Tracle Weddle are readmg 'Ihe weeks coverage of Norfh Lamar Hugh School. See THE PARIS
kxfllx-Q NEWS, I38 Lamar, Paris, Texas, for all 'Ihe news of Norlh Lamar and surrounding areas. Phone 784-4323.
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1865 N. MAIN KEN'S FOOD MARTS for your shopping needs.
- PARIS' TEXAS '85038' You may shop a'I' all Ihree convenienl' Iocafionsc
I M I 663 Bonham, 2870 Bonham, and 2825 Lamar in
X ILE' L Paris, Texas.
C. G. HULSEY PRINTING COMPANY
I037 Norlh Main Paris, Texas
GULF OIL PRODUCTS Paris, Texas 75460 785-4444
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Salesman Sfeve Cope is exhibifing one of flue many lux-
urious cars af KOSTERMAN MOTORS af 222 Clark-
sville Sfreef in Paris, Texas. Come by and see Sfeve and
all fhe friendly people af KOSTERMAN'S.
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Paris, Texas ' A I 784-3456
FOR BETTER CLEANING TEXAS FURNITURE
GRAND CLEANERS 8. LAUNDRY CQMPANY
R. L. GARNER, OWNER '34 'S+ Stwt
205 Grand Avenue Paris, Texas Pans' Texas
Phone 785-9064 784-6370
VENDING SERVICE . . .
Candy - Cigareffes - Coffee - Cold Drinks ,
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2I Clarksville Dial SU4-67I I
Paris, Texas 75460
I22 Bonham Sf. - Paris, Texas 75460
phone 784-3804 Paris Largesf Jeweler
Bill Kerby Dan W. Simpson
785-479I Affer Hours 784-6372
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' Each depositor insured to '40,000
fEDElAI. DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
"Paris Bank is Paris PeopIe"
Leslie Jordan Iseatedl and Cody Jones invite you to
QUALITY FURNITURE located at 7 Lamar Avenue in
Paris, Texas, for all of your 'Furniture needs.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE
Lauri Cox is dispIaying one of the many fine handbags
found at FAMOUS SHOE STORE, 9 East Plaza, in Paris.
Texas, 'lo Tracie Weddle. FAMOUS invites everyone 'lo
come by today.
on e ectrlc air conditioning
1. Set thermostat on 780, or higher.
2. Have equipment checked seasonally by
3. Check filter every 30 days. Clean or
replace when dirty.
4. Keep furniture, draperies away from air
outlets and returns. Clean grills often.
5. Close draperies and blinds to keep out
6. Keep fireplace damper closed.
7. Proper home insulation keeps heat out,
Cuts energy use.
8. Weatherstrip doors and windows. Caulk
9. Keep windows closed. Open outside
doors as little as possible.
Follow above suggestions, plus these:
10. Buy units with highest "energy efficiency
ratio" iEEFll. lf EER is not on sales tag, ask
for it or figure it yourself. Divide "wattage"
into "BTU" capacity.
11. Place unit where it'll get as little direct sun
12. Aim air outlets at lower half of doorway to
next room to allow warm air from that
room to enter at the doortop for recooling,
13. Never vent air conditioner into garage.
Ventilation is usuallytoo poor for top
performance of your unit.
Conserve electricity and you help conserve
one or more of the fuels needed to produce it.
Conserve fuels and you help assure that there
will be enough to meet essential needs for
electricity in the future.
If you would like additional information on
conserving electricity, call the Customer
Service Representative in the TP8iL Office.
TEXAS POWER Sc LIGHT COMPANY
A tax-paying. investor-owned electric utility
BOB LONG, BTP
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Village Shopping CenI'er
H'ppY Ewing A 81 A AUTO SUPPLY
SONIC DRIVE IN 8' HARDWARE
I545 Lamar Ave. Ph. 5-36I8
Open Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat In' Lame' Ave' Pho' 784-743'
Io- I 2 Paris, Texas 75460
G REEN 'S
NORRIS MC DOWELL
ELECTRIC COMPANY USED CARS
I340 Nor+h Main Sireef, Paris, Texas 75460 900 Norfh Main Paris, Texas
Gordon, 785- I987 David, 785-333I 784-4552
Residenfial and Commercial
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METRO HAIR STYLES
METRO HAIR STYLES presenis 'Ihe Flag Corps which is new
a+ Nor'I'h Lamar +his year.
3430 PINE MILL ROAD
Hair Slyles 'For "Him and Her"
Hairsfyles free and casual 'Io
give you 'I'ha+ nalural beaufy.
Hairsfylisl' and Owner Jimmie Sharrock
Dianah Border Red Ken
Marie Wolley Skin Care
Peggy Locke Cosmefics
Professional condilioning and hairsiyles +haI' make
you Ihe cen'I'er of aHen'Iion.
BEN NY BROWN'S
ROBERT L. SWAI M
Wholesale Hardware and Mill
Plumbing and EIec+rical Supplies
240-46 F' + S+ 1' S.W.
262 Firs'I' S.W., Paris, Texas Paris 1-class 93160
Phone: 735909' P.o. Box 9 I8 I2 I4I 784-332 I
RUBBER SUPPLY, INC.
Dis+ribu'I'ors of Reireading
LONE STAR GAS
and Vulcanizing Supplies l50 Firsf S.E.
Box 430 I2 I4I 784-4348 Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas 784-4349
Serving lhe SouI'h and Soulhwesf 784-3339
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GIFFORD'S ARMY SURPLUS
"We Sell, Swap, or Trade"
I508 Norfh Main, Paris, Texas Phone 784-4628
222 0 Ads
STEELE AND THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
STEELE AND THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, INC. is convenienfly Ioca+ed a+ 26OI Lamar Avenue in Paris, Texas. They
are cledicafecl +0 perfecf service a+ mocIes+ cost For more informalion, please call I2I4l 784-6623.
STEELE 8. THOMAS
V FUNERAL HOME
STATE FARM HOME OFFICES
INN QF INSURANCE
FOR RESERVATICNS CALL B. Ray S+eeIman, Agen+ 2 I 07 Lamar Avenue
7846606 2650 N- Main P.O. Box I074 Bus. Phone: 785-454I
IHWY' 62 and 27I N'l Paris, Texas 75460 Home Phone: 785-3452
LAMAR COUNTY ELECTRIC
COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION KIRBY AND ANDER5 EXXON
2685 Lamar Paris, Texas
I485 NorI'I1 Main Slreef
Pells' Texas 75460 Your local dealer for A+Ias Tires, Aflas BaHeries,
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"Owned by Those We Serve" an a OI er pro ucls
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JIM MAPLE SUBURU
Lauri Cox is picfured wiih one of +he many fine cars a+
JIM MAPLE SUBURU, 2920 Norfh Main in Paris, Texas.
Come by and see all Ihe nice people all' JIM MAPLE
SUBURU AND LEASING.
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HOW!! Lauri Cox is eyeing Indian Joe a'I YOUNG'S
WESTERN WEAR, I38 Sou+I1 Main in Paris, Texas.
YOUNG'S has Ihe Ia+es+ in wesfern a'Hire.
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"DisIinc+ive Apparel 'For Smar+ Women"
Paris, Texas 75460 Phone 784-4369
27 Lamar Avenue
Jeans by French Sian
Shirfs by Kenninglon
224 0 Ads
Richard Sharroclc shows some of +he 'Fine Landscaping Equipmenf available af METRO NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE
SERVICE which is convenienlly locafed a+ 3430 Pine Mill Road in Paris, Texas. METRO has a comple+e line of shrubs
and plan+s for your individual needs. METRO also offers a complele landscaping service for you when you move in+o
your new home. Phone 785-5882 for service.
DOUG BELLAH I85O Lamar Ave. Paris, Texas
1606 Lamar 1 Paris, Texas 75460 1 1214, 78541711
LARRY CUCK5 ROSS BOOK Noolc AND
SPORTS CENTER cusrom T-sl-uRTs
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605 Lamar Ave. Paris, Texas 75460
IZMJ784-5737 Phone 785-702I
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3430 Pine Mill Road 784-8585
G.E. Air Condifioning and Hea+ing
226 0 Ads
I585 Clarksville S+. Paris, Texas
Williamsburg Shopping Cenfer Phone 784-4308
Kim Holsenbeclx invi'res you +o come 'Io
WILLIAMSBURG DRUG 'For all your needs.
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JEWELERS, Village Shopping Cenier in Paris, Texas, for
all your iewelry needs. VILLAGE JEWELERS has a
compIe'Ie seIecI'ion of diamonds.
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MAYO'S TRUE VALUE
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Paris, Texas 75460
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Owner Wanda Whifaker sfyles a cus+omer's hair af
WESTERN OAK'S BEAUTY SHOP, I5 28+h N.W.,
Paris, Texas. Phone 785-08 I 8 for an appoinfment
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of Paris for your convenience. CATO'S offers a
complefe Iine of campers for your individual +as+e. You
may purchase a camper +o fii' your pick up, or a
seperaie +raiIer. Phone 785-4677.
MARGRAVES DRUG STORES
June Drake is shown here a+ MARGRAVES DRUG STORE, 777 Bonham Sfreei. For your prescripiion and cosmeiic
needs, also shop a+ PAVILION PHARMACY, 725 Deshong Drive and PARIS EAST PHARMACY, 80I Clarksville
Sheer. You may also phone in your orders ai' 784-2536, 784-2262, and 784-6685.
228 0 Ads
ESTES CHEMICAL COMPANY
ESTES CHEMICAL COMPANY Iocaled a'I 2220 N.E. Loop 286 in Paris, Texas, is ready Io serve all your chemical
needs. Phone 785-2476 for informafion on Iheir compleie Iine of producls.
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Kim Holsenbeclx is shown wifh a fruclc from CAGLE'S
MAGIC FLAME Ioca'Ied af 3 I 20 N.W. Loop 286 in
Paris has your compIeI'e bulane needs. To call in your A
order for bulane, phone 785' I 575.
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2 I95 NE Loop 286, Paris, Texas Phone 785-5525
Shop a+ FOXWORTH-GALBRAITH for all your
household building needs and for all of your gardening
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financial needs. For i orm ' - our : enienf savings accounfs and Cerlifica+es o eposil and loan informa+ion
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MACKEY AND PIERSON
Ima Nell Rhodes shows Terry Wilson poin'I's on an Insurance policy al MACKEY AND PIERSON INSURANCE,
Iocalecl al' I705 Lamar in Paris, Texas. Phone 784-434I for your insurance needs.
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DIXIE CAP RUBBER COMPANY is Iocaled on Loop
286 NW In Paris, Texas. DIXIE CAP RUBBER
COMPANY serves all cilizens of Paris and Ihe Red
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V GREENVILLE, TEXAS 754U'i
GU EST PAPER CO.
IN E l l I0 W. Wasliingfon 784-3377
Paris, Texas 75460
Beclry Jensen is raking an order ai' JACK IN THE BOX, Diane Siegall, Debbie Taylor, Cindy Taylor, and Tony
i205 Clarksville S'l'ree'l' in Paris, Texas. You may phone Reed invife you 'lo call or come by GUEST PAPER 'For
785-6 I 03 +o call in your order. all your wholesale paper needs.
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Pa'H'i Reed, cashier al' BONANZA invi'I'es you fo come in ai 2455 Norlh Main in Paris, Texas, and iry 'Phe compleie
selec'I'ion of sieaks, garden vegelables, and our salad bar. You may phone 784-500I +o order in advance.
FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TAYLOR
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730 Clarksville Sfreef ' Paris, Texas
ESSI E'S BAKE SHOP
B' F' 745 24'l'l'1 S.E. 784-5985
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break during a Friday nigh'I' 'Foo+ball game by drinking a glass of ice cold Coke. COCA COLA
BOTTLING COMPANY is Ioca+ed a+ I033 Bonham S+ree+ in Paris, Texas, and you may reach
'I'hem by phoning 784-3336.
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Terry brings you more than thirty years
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For 1979 the list of new features is
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Terry is designed and crafted to give
you and your family the ultimate in
trailering comfort and convenience.
lf you want to know just how
much Terry offers,just talk to a Terry ,
owner. Or see your
Terry Dealer, Soon.
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Paris, Texas 75460
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Highway 27I Nor'I'I'1 near Paris, Texas offers you a Mfg, LX
compiefe Iine of Coleman, Terry, Taurus, Monitor, Titan Rome I '30
Mo+or Homes, and Monifor Mini Mofor Homes. . 2'7fz71f,yQ'
Suiphur Springs, Texas
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'Fine carpel and floor covering found a+ AAA
Below is Bill Parlcs, Owner, showing AAA
CARPET'S new Warehouse loca+ed a+ I5 I 5 20+h
N.E. in Paris, Texas, for your convenience. Eiiher
come by and see 'lheir fine seleclion of carpels
or phone 785-4240 for informalion.
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Tim Salfer, Hank EIIio'I, and Tommy VanDeaver are represenfaiives for PARIS IMPLEMENT COMPANY, your
au'IhorizecI John Deere Dealer, Iocafed af 2240 NE Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. For all John Deere Iracfors and
implemenfs come by or call 784-6673.
the mos? in DRY CLEANING
I255 Clarksville S+reeI'
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We Always Back The PanI'I1ers
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STATION IN THE RED
RIVER VALLEY THANKS TO YOU OUR MANY LISTENERS
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PIZZA H UT
Erica De Long invi+es all Nor'I'h Lamar sfudenfs +o visi'I'
PIZZA HUT daily for I'heir noon buffet A+ PIHA HUT,
s'Iuden+s can have home delivery, eaf in, or carry ou+.
Phone 784-505I +o give your order or come in af I6I0
Clarksville SIree+ in Paris.
The employees of HIGHLAND BUILDING
MATERIALS CENTER. Iwo miles from Paris on
Highway 24 Sou+h invi+e you Io sI'op by for I'he besi
buys in wholesale building maferials. Randy Osborn and
Gilberf Terry are co-owners. Phone 784-6737 for
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460 Eas+ Side Plaza
Honey Grove, Texas
Michael R. Rhodes and Nancy
fl Seiferman inviI'e you 'Io PARIS
I SAVINGS AND LOAN 'For all your
savings and 'Financial needs.
Free Tow-in Wifh Repair Free Es'IimaI'es
GORDON'S AUTO REPAIR
General Repair ' Overhauls ' Brakes, E'Ic.
Body and Pain'I Work
Hwy. 27I Norih
Paris, Texas 75460 785-5863
NY3335 N.E. Loop 286
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James Crawford and Ben Tow, Co-owners of B8rJ K Qyvvf
WELDING SUPPLY invife you Io sfop by for all-your Pj. VN 1,516 Sandwiches' pines' or by
welding needs a+ I6I5 Nor'Il1 Main in Paris, Texa or call YN V Q h d PQ
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Mr. Monroe Carey demons'I'ra'Ies one of Ihe many services offered for your car a'I' MOTEL CITY GULF which is
Ioca'red a+ 25 I 0 Norih Main in Paris, Texas. For compIe'I'e service for your car come by, or phone 785-9033.
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Susan McGee sacIrs an order for a cus+omer af . '
ARTHUR CITY SUPERETTE Ioca'I'ed in Ar+hur Ciry, -' .
Texas. For your compleie grocery needs, come by ,, ,-,f Y I
ARTHUR CITY SUPERETTE or phone 784-697 I . - '
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Y-I , MIKE BRISCOE invi+es you Io come by MIKE BRISCOE
I 5: fu INSURANCE AGENCY, 2600 Lamar Avenue, Suiie A,
W I in Paris, Texas, for aII your insurance needs. For informa-
Iion, phone Mike aI' 785-0323.
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derly, Texas 'For your compIe'Ie grocery needs. For your convenience, you may phone 784-5 I 5 I .
Debra Cary shows you one of Ihe many dresses found a+
LaBOTIQUE, IOI Grand Avenue, in Paris, Texas. For
your compIe+e fashion needs, come by or phone
I.aBOTIQUE aI' 785-47l I.
Darlene French, Pam Dooley, PaHi Mclnfyre, Susan
McEwein, Dell Moss, and Manager Ted Tongson inviie
you Io come by McDONALD'S, I2I5 Lamar Avenue in
Paris, Texas. To phone in Qgur order, caII 785-6868.m
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Shannon, Holly, and Robin Armsfrong inviie you +o come by BROOKS ARMSTRONG WHOLESALE MOTORS
locaied a+ I260 Norlh Main in Paris, Texas, for all your used car needs. You may phone Mr. Arms+rong a+ 785-42I8.
Also, if you are building a new home, phone BROOKS ARMSTRONG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. You may also l
I make inquiries on consfurdion cosls al' 785-42 I8.
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WEILER AIR CONDITIONING
I3b Wesf Price Phone 784-2582 Paris, Texas
Richard Iiosfel and Amy
Mary Griffin accepis David Rosenbeary's paymen+ for Howser mvde you +0
his meal af GRAY'S CAFE, Powderly, Texas. For a com- come bY BURGER KINc?'
pleie selecfion of dishes from Mexican Food 'Io Fresh 35?0 Lamar Avenue 'n
Ca+ Fish go by or phone GRAY'S a+ 785-6573. H 6 PW' Tam' FO' 0'd'-'S 'fo
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and PARIS DRAG STRIP
JERRY BOB STEPHENS, CONCRETE CONTRACTOR, specializes in foundafions, driveways,
commercial, and resideniial concrefe work. You may visi+ him a+ his offices a+ Rou're 2, Paris,
Texas, or you may phone him a+ 982-5358. Jerry Bob S+ephens would also like +o invi+e you 'ro
come by PARIS DRAG STRIP which is Ioca+ed on Highway 82, eas+ of Paris, Texas. Here you can
see Ihe 'Fas+es+ cars in Nor+heas+ Texas and Soufheasf Oklahoma. Races are held on Sundays and
Friday nighls. For informafion, call Jerry Bob Sfephens a+ 982-5358.
PARIS LUMBER COMPANY
Salesman Pedro Barrios shows Norfh Lamar S+uden'I Tammy Barber iusi one of fhe many lighi' fixiures from PARIS
LUMBER COMPANY AND BUILDING CENTER Iocaied af 3555 N.E. Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. PARIS LUMBER has
full lines of carpeis, floor convering, building maierials, plumbing and elecirical supplies. Shop where 'ihe cusiomer is
always number one or phone 785-077I .
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I'he I 979 Yachf:
John E. BarneH, M.D.
David C. Broclc, M.D.
Mr. Buddy Carier
Mrs. Buddy Carier
Roberl' S.Chaney, Civil Engineer
Larry A. Cowley, M.D.
Denim 'n Duds
Joe L. Deupree, D.D.S.
Kelsey Gibbs, M.D.
Dr. Henry Griffin
KarI's of Paris
Lamar Veierinary Clinic
Dr. Donald Lewis
John W. Miles, D.D.S.
Nelson Animal Hospilal
Dr. R. L. Swaim
Vogue of Paris
Dr. George Woodfin
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AEQAMS, Joe, UsED cans -
Allen, Alesia -155
Allen, Kathy - 90, 97, 101 , 105,
Allen, Patty- 172, 198
Allen, Renee - 85, 149
Allen, Sandra 55
Allen, Shari- 183398
Allen, Stevei- 83,187,149
Alien, ror1v-3Sii219,,fe1, sz.
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Allison, Lauira -187, 155
Allison, Lee -"168,-198
Allison, Lisa-79, 81, 149
Anderson, Angle -172, 183,
Anderson, Elgie - 15, 49, 50,
51, 52, 62, 3,89,103,105.
Anderson, Jackie- 172, 175,
Anderson, John -745, 84, 155,
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Andersnn. T.QfTiY1E239. 40. -51.
Anthony, Mr. Bobbyii 58, 45,
169,192 ' .zifl
Anthony, Mrs. Virgie-87, 132
Applegate, George - 182
USED CARS - 244
Armstrong, Holly- 7, 46, 47,
49, 52, 59, 75, 100, 103.105,
135, 145, 244 7'
Armstrong. Jay 169, 1 77,
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Armstrong.. Bob ,1 73,1 74,
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Armstrong, Shannon -.15, 16,
18, 21, 3, 70,71,A72, 73, 76,
150, 221,244 ,,y, V, f
Armstrong, Susan - 12
Armstrong, Will- 39, 40, 61.
Arnett, Denise- 14, 11, 32, 33,
35, 75, 90, 91, 97, 99, 145
Arnett, Joyce -13,7
Arnold, Alfred - 128
Arnold, Charlie -,128 V
Arnold, l14rs.,iJU ar5ij1a,-2785, 132
ARNOLD, Loufi-3211752 '
Arngld, Malik -i45,"582'83, 155,
Arnold, Mary-,9,l79, 137
Arnold, Mary -18355198
Arnold, Sharron - 48, 150
Arnold, Thomas -169, 182,
AFLTHUF1 CITY SUPERETTE -
Asche, Darcy - 84,90,155,
Atnip, Dewayne5Qf39,f40. 137
Atnip, Michaet-51981 I ,
AWD. 55 ,131
Aubrey, Cliff .
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Aubrey, Tamrnie - 87, 109.
Ausmus, Cynthia - 87, 109,
Ausmus, Debra - 10, 83, 145
AUTOMOTIVE, THE - 227
Avance, Marg -4185 .
Bailey, Barbara- 155
Bailey, Craig -168, 176,198
Bailey, Denise -173,180,183.
Bailey, Linda -183,184,194
Bailey, Mikel- 16, 31 , 38, 39,
40, 43, 54, 55, 56,61, ss, 75,
95, 113, 115,-3120, 1374
Bakewell, Susan 50
eALFoUB,iL...Q,4CO. - 232
Ballaid. Janet 1 86, 194
Ballard, Janet Conrad - 85,
Ballard, Kriss- 82, 109, 145
Ballard, Lisa Scamp - 86, 145
Ballard, Sheifa -183,185,198
Barber, Tammy - 80, 145, 247
Barnes, Timothy -168, 176.
BAlaNErT,fAolglN E. DB. - 247
B3"'ef!li'UQbfmV 71796 .,.,
Barr.Ever1veh,1.7a, 174, 180,
Barrios, Pedro -'247 '
Basinger, Randy -169, 194
Basinger, Tammy- 76. 82, 83.
95, 106. 150
Bayles, Randy- 198
Beamon, Jaoquelyn -110,
Bean, Christopher - 110, 145
Bean, Karen ---183, 198
Beard,1tMr, Bili-.fl 27 A
Beardf 127, 129
Becgzraimigiirgreeia 1 aa, 184.
Bedford, ve,.r..,1.l- es
BELK - 2111 I
Bell, Mike-135, 150
Bell, soon-18, 69, 71, 72, 92.
101, 110, 150
BEN s. DICK AUTOMOTIVE -
Berry, Glenn- 84, 155
Beshirs, Glenn '-
Beih9'4liM,fSAiM.5FvlF4 1 32
Bickley, 61, 101, 150
BICRIBY. 173, 174, 180.
183, 194 My
Biggs, Bryalfl - 27,107,137
Bitls, Charlotte -183,198
Bills, Ivan -155
Bills, Kay -145
Bills, Larry -137
Birdsong, David - 54, 55, 56.
57, 65, 83,150
Birdsong, Dickie- 9,.39, 40,
42. 621fle9S....1.20. 137
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B 8 J WELDING - 240
Black, Beckie - 7, 49. 50, 52.
62, 63, 64, 75, 95, 104, 105,
Black, Denise - 29, 53.62, 150
Blassingame, Phalia - 230
Bioodworlh, Leslie -48, 53,
Boag, Jitgamie gg- 129
Bqrioriigligtigff ov, 1 37
Bgjlrohiicanqy - 166, 167, 1113,
Boltor11,"Kay - 183, 198
Bolton, Mrs. Virginia - 172,
Bolyard, Tony -168,198
BONANZA - 233
Border, LeAndra -183, 198
, Andy - 45,84,155
Bowers,:Joe - 18
Bowersi Melinda - 9
Bowgrg.aS9io11iq- 1 sa, 176
- 169, 194
Boyqizlgmgsl- 1 sa, 170, 198
BradshawfDenise - 138
Branch, Kelvin - 45, 58, 76,
Branch, Lana-20, 86. 97,
BFIANNAN'S - 243
Brashier, Brian - 22, 29, 76,
96, 106, 150
Bralcher, Sarah - 71, 87, 121 ,
Bndgesgaon -198 ,
Bnugiimarl. Larry -194
Briggie, Elesha 1 38
BRISCOE, MIKE INSURANCE
Broadway, Gary -186, 194
Broadway, Kenneth - 168, 198
BROCK. DAVID c,, MD. - 247
Brodie, John -155
Brodie, Linda -198
Brodie, Samantha -183, 184.
Brgollisimis. Edna - 190, 192
Brookiif Terry - 45, 83, 155,
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Brow112fArliei- 84, 1 55
2' FURNITURE - 221
BrowQ,,Mr. B, N. - 11 , 191
Brown, Bryan -168, 198
Brown, Cynthia- 85, 108, 155
Brown, Glenn - 65
Brown, Glenn -168,176,198
Brown, Jeff- 182
Brown, dim - 2
Brownnllmmy - 45, 84, 155
Brownlgfeleta - 198
I ii'1 4175.1-l3hea - 2, 4, 132,
Bro15i.ln,g Etonald - 145
Brown,-Stephen - 45, 58, 83,
Brown, Tammi - 158
Broyles, Oscar - 128
Bruce, Christi- 88, 145
Brunson, Wendy - 183, 194
Bryan,,,Eloger - 45, 58, 84, 103,
BTYEHIQLBBTDBIH - 46, 47, 62,
635151 00, 105, 120, 121.
Bryaag'gj,Gail5g 76,l,86, 89, 90.
,'QQa?ter,,Mr3s. Glendora - 132 if
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Bullard, Bruce - 169, 194
Bullard, Kimberly - 76, 95,
101 , 106, 150
Bulls, Darrell- 24
Burch, Marty - 45, 77,155
BURGER KING - 245
Burgln, Tracy - 183, 198
Boris, Leroy - 110
541 ,a15fks,Anl1a - 71 , 87, 121g 155
ff Michelle 4- 1 83511 94,7
B1mls,,,B0b - 17 g
Bimoni, Andra - 45,5a,1so
Burton, Charles - 84. 155
Burton, Thomas- 38, 39, 40,
Bush, Stacie - 53, 76, 150
CONSTRUCTION CO. - 235
,B a. w - 239
Bybee, Mr. Steve - 127
iByersjScot1y - 201 A
Mr. Richard - 128,132
CABELL'S - 225
CAGLE'S MAGIC FLAME -
Campbell, Brent- 184, 194
Campbell, Greg -194
Camster, Mrs. Arnelle - 192
Cannon, Brenda - 183, 198
iQCannon, Bryan - 124, 145
lj.5Geihn9hLi7snerl- 77.150 f H
isl. fcamreil, Mark - 39, 40, 145
Carey, Monroe - 241
f'Carico, Candi - 48, 53, 86, 87,
Carico, Joey -168,170,176,
Carico, Sue - 128
-Carlow, Cheryl- 8
Cariow, Clayton - 45, 83, 155
Carlow, Lisa -17, 138
2 Carnagey, Ms. Tisha -192
Carpenter, Jennifer- 194 I
,..ffjCarp,e,nter, Marcy-87. 90,- L
5C7arpenter, Mollg-11, 87, 88.
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'1Carroli, Becky -183, 198
Carroll, James -107,145
Carroll, Jodie -168,170,198
Carroll, Judy- 10, 82, 145
Carroll, Renee -172, 183,198
Carter, Allen - 45. 76, 95, 106,
TCABTER, Ma. BUDDY -247
QQAGFITEH, Mas. BUDDY -4- 247
1 Mr,sClarence - 77, 132
3iCarje?fStephen - 61
i5CASE EQUIPMENT - 207
Cass, Timothy - 92, 108, 156
CATO CAMPEBS - 228
Cato, Lori -183, 198
Cato, Sandy- 183, 198
CAVENDER'S - 207
,Chadwick Cliff- 31, 38, 39,
" I Qhgradwick, Lauren -173, 194
,Qtiadvlri,ck, Mr. Roy -12, 13,
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Chaijibless, Katrina - 80, 145
Chaney. Jerry - 150
CHANEY, ROBERT S., CIVIL
Chapman, Jeffery- 168, 176,
Chapman, Vicki - 17, 48, 53,
87, 90, 156,180
Cheatham, Kris -183, 186,
Cheatham, Vickie- 87.90,
Cherry, Evelyn -183, 198
Chrggzberg, Angie - 87, 90,
Chrietzberg, Cynthia - 86.145
tznraeizberg, David - 138
Clarkkliaren - 85, 156
Clark?Kim - 9
Clarkson, Donna - 70, 71, 101,
Clayiiin, Mr. Joe - 109, 132
r4sf3E,NTER -- 225
Larry - 155
COLA - 234
aqbiayrfge 26, 45, 76,
156. 181, 190
Charles - 45, 150
oocnrarn, Riclfey M- 32, 145
Cocligell, Gail- 127
Codyfjlohn - 65
Coh,n,TCar0l fi 5, 71, 87, 90,
Colfiffll Charles -185, 186, 198
Citgo, Brad -169,177,182
CGLLEGIATE SHOPPE - 224
Coilier, Christie - 188
COLLUM AUTO PARTS - 209
Colvin, Laura- 186, 194
Compton. Randall- 101, 156
Conaway, Vannatta - 185, 198
Cook, Catrena - 194
Coney, Mr. L. J. - 192
Cooper, Bryan - 45, 83, 87,
Cooper, Cindy - 8, 74, 99
Cooper, Jeffrey- 145
Cooper, Karen - 86, 145
Cooper, Loretta - 15, 31, 49.
52, 62, 63, 64, 88, 105, 121.
131. 136. 221
Cooper, Margaret- 172, 183,
Cooper, Rodney - 169, 177,
CODIS, Kim -172,175,186,
Cop5e,3,Marty - 81, 150
7 7' Reggie - 84, 156
J-'Shannon -.80, 162
Caroiirii 71 , 87, 156
Trava 184, 186,
94 - 4 I 1 '
Chadl-169, 184, 194
Greg - 92, 101 , 145
Covliard. Rita - 49, 52, 53, 90,
Cowarcd, Tammy - 3, 10, 62,
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cdiiiiinshaw, Mark -169, 194
lcqxgirrire -184,185..186, 194
Cox, Larry- 181
Cox, Lauri -5, 17, 27, 69, 70,
71, 72, 75, 76, 93, 95.96, 100.
105, 121, 138, 144, 211, 203,
214, 215, 219, 224, 254
Cox, Mark - 128
Crabb, Doc - 128
Cl2agVFORD FARM STORE -
Crawford, James - 240
Crawford, Mr. Johnny-39, 65
Crimm, Margaret- 71
Crouch, Marvin - 199
Crouch, Thomas -145
Crowe, Lisa Anne - 85,156
Crowley, Toni- 53, 87, 156
Cunningham, Sammy - 26
Cruse, Richard - 168, 199
Cuttrell, Duane - 45, 66, 76.
Dabbs, Craig - 194
Dancer, Mrs. Robbie - 127
Dangerfield, Arlecla -15, 62,1
89, 110, 145 2
Dangerfield, Eric -182,194
Dirggjerfield, Mark - 45, 108,
Dangerfield. Shane - 84, 145
Daniels, Patricia - 85,156
Daniels, Randy - 8, 9
Darnell, Michele- 53.101,
103, 150, 163
Darnell, Teri - 12, 21, 105, 144
Daughtrey, Becky -172, 183,
Daughtrey, Jana - 46, 75. 91.
Davidson, Angela - 87, 109,
Davidson, Kathy - 85, 150
Davidson, Tommy - 150
Davis, Dennis - 82, 146
Davis, Glenn -146
Davis, Mr. Henry - 128, 129
Davis, Mrs. Margie -128, 192
Davis, Roy - 168, 199
Davis, Shelley - 183, 199
Davis, Sue - 88, 146
Dawes, Stanley - 185, 199
DeKALB HATCHERY - 227
DeLong, Erica - 239
DENIM 'N DUDS - 247
Dennis, Leah Michelle- 183,
Dennis, Marsha - 75, 93, 146
Dibble, John -156
Dicken, Billy -168, 199
Dicken, Georgia - 85, 156
Dickerson, Kenneth - 87, 107
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Draper, charlie- 5. er 1-1, 18C
22. 39..40i,6j,Q66,775i'95, 96,
Draper, Jeff 182, 194
Draper, Judy-175530, 93, 95,
97, 146 5
Draper, Keith - 83511 56
Draper, Melanie - 71 , 86, 89,
Dressler, Beth - 102, 146
Dressler, Linda - 20, 98, 1 02,
DEUPREE, JOE Lf,"D.D.S. -
Durrman, David -,82, 138
Dunn, Joe - 107,138 ,
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81
LOAN - 230
Fleming, Cary -107, 139
Fleming, Sheri- 87, 156
Floyd, Lori -26, 62, 64, 151
Floyd, Randy-45, 83, 156.
Floyd, Rodney - 168, 199
Fodge, Kelly - 195
Fodge, Larry - 139
Ford, Jami - 15, 23, 27, 90,
Ford, Jeff - 23, 168,199
Foreman, Mrs. Gwendolyn -
Fortner, Bobby - 56, 58, 65.
82, 83, 151
Foster, Debbie - 8, 99
Foster, Hayden - 4, 151
Foster,'Linda - 156
Lisa --199 I
ESUWMY- Ttlltghjy - 752976, .1 Foster? Teresa - 87, 157
Earggjftonn 94 Fouse, Dougi- 45, 82, 83, 151
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Ellis, Eva 539156, 180 52' ' Freeman, Michelle - 183, 199
EWS- Fledefifliff 194 4, Freeman, Randy - 108, 157
Ellis, 1282? ' ii, Freeman, Toni- 184, 166, 195
suis, Mrs, Rosetta -123, 192 5 French, Darlene - 71 , 86, aa,
Ellison, Davidg-194 Q3 , 139. 243. 254
Ellison, Micheile- 183, 195 '
Elmore, Brigitte -172, 199,
Emerson, Miss Theresa - 128,
Enloe, Winn -146
ESStE'S BAKE SHOP - 233
ESTES CHEMICAL - 229
Estes, Richard - 151
Eubanks, Donna -22, 71, 72,
88, 110, 136,146
Euay, Beverly- 77, 365151
Eudy, Christy - 88, 87, 156
Evans, Dee Dee - 87
Evans. Glenn -,77, BOQJ 46
Exum,Johnr1y5?? 83, ,rg
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French, David - 71 , 72, 151
French, Thomas - 186. 195
Frierson, Celia -17, 29, 75,
100, 121, 139
Frierson, Mr. Dick - 39, 65.
Frierson, Mr, Jack - 133
FRY GlBB'S FUNERAL HOME
Fulbright, Cheryl- 212
Fulce, Ronald - 45, 83, 151
Fuller, Becky -172, 183, 185,
FULLER, FURNITURE - 211
Fulton, Jerry -107,139
Carol Jensen - 17, 75,
146 it ,
Dickerson, Terry - 45,81-1, 156, 2
Dickerson, William -110, 150
Dingman, Kendall - 156
DISCOUNT FABRIC - 213
DIXIE CAP RUBBER CO, -231
Dollins, Danny - 59, 138
Dollins, Kenny - 177, 194
Dooley, Pam- 7, 75, 83, 95,
Dorough, Rita- 10. 83, 146
Drake, Carolyn - 128
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rferrasey, Jarrigsiirpag i16B,W fiieenrry, susan - 7, 14, 23, 32,
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Fendlyi- 3,9,giig10,"1 20,5 4- George, Mr. Alden - 39, 58,
M521-139 7 66, 133
Fsrrch.fAir1n1aps5?14a5r Gebige, Lisa - 157
Rncn, camigirr -,125 Grass, KELSEY MD. - 247
Finch, Joseph,5gi84, 146 Gibson, Christie - 53, 87. 90,
Fincher, BS: 2' '157-180
FIRST BAPPISTVCRURCH - Gibson- Tina - 204
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Gifford, Gary- 12, 68
Gifford, Greg - 146
GlFFoRo's ARMY SURPLUS
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Gladden. Sheila e,172,- 183,
199, ,Lm., in F
GLASS - 212
Glen ' 1' 1 A -
GldveE.M1.Q,R6iil:51619, 31, 99,
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Glover, Tammy- 14, 15, 20.
71, 73, 75. 90. 95, 96, 97, 103
105. 106,1.10, 146, 256
GOODRICH, B. F, - 233
GORDON AUTO REPAIR -
Gose, Mr. Dan - 192
Grahamgdoefijfe 205 Yvf
GRAND GLE71.l9,aRs -'217
Gravesoinasie 7.40, 31 , 49,
52, 622 63L,f54, 7595. 97, 99.
Graves, Russeil - 21, 65
GRAY'S CAEE - 245
Grayson, Marty -168, 185,
Grayson, Sherry - 183, 195
Green, Brad 68, 199
Green, Daniel,-168, 170, 199
Green,,,,Mike-4 45,,84, 157, 181
Green, Mrsffsniarzijn - A133
Green,,Stevef1i 45582, 146
Gribble, Sheryl- 17, 28. 75,
93, 95, 100, 1,39
GRIFFIN, DR. HENRY - 247
Griffin, Lee- 71, 184,195
Griffin, Mary 245
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GULF o1l1,3Rifg1tg,ulGTs - 216
Gurley, 90, '157
Gurley,.DeAt11jaf-A1,66, 167, 195
Hack, Michaels- 166, 199
Haggard, Holly-183, 185, 199
Hale, Billy 957, fri' fl
Hale-,Pa 1 99,
Hale- 00. 101,61
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Hallfileff 1 57,111 81
Hall, Ldnaieaffras, 84, 157
Halman, Robefl'-17, 95, 101,
125, 139 7
Hamm, Sherry - 74
Hammer, David - 70, 71, 92g
131, 133, 184, 185, 221
HAMMONS. L. 224
Hamous. Justigr- 65, 66
xHa M560 06?
250 0 lndexdli
1, 55,3 1,
Harendt, Carl- 77, 101,157
Harper, Virginia -157
Harrimong- Jo Ann - 87, 157
Harris,,Debbie - 146
16, 29, 71, 72,
6691121 99 W,
HajrisonfggfMrs,.,,1Arlene - 4,
, J, 2147
H91'9l9fI9fffir 99- 205
HawkfRen'e6l - 135. 146
Hawklngdavid - 90, 146
Hawkins Terry - 27, 69, 79,
81, 95, 139
Hay, Bram - 71,121,195
Hay. Greg - 151
Hayes, Roland - 169, 171,
-177,gJi78, 182,186. 167, 195
Hayesl-'Ronald - 464, 45, 58,
,67, 8852171715151 , 163
,Hayn,ee,iy1,an1my,,- 163. 195
Healey-5 QJQOKIGS-x1'95 V
Healyjfililaail 876. 157
Hearnesjradg- 45, 65, 151
Hearnelikalny - 21, 74
Hearne, Kristi- 172, 199
Heckaman, Alan -169. 195
Helm, Kenny- 169, 195
Helm, Lana - 86, 103, 146
Henderson, Geraid - 168. 199
HEDSOLISBSQ - 127
Hic,kman,.Mrs, Lillian - 75, 76,
M21 33 , '
Hrexsgleflggf- 83, 107, 139
Hl7cksj,,Mahd1,+- 1831 184, 199
Hiiksggebberll- 45, 157, 181
HickSifMl19fViviar'l -- 110, 133
COMEANY - 239
Hignigfit, Mitchell- 84, 157
Hsgdlgm, Richard - 166, 199
Hindman, Mrs. Sharon - 2, 3.
4, 11, 47, 90, 125, 133
Hpdgesyoeane - 195
Hodge,sg4Pa0l5- 85, 151
Hdlddi116,g5llddn,- 1 27
H91'9996i9h99v f 140
H6,ll,ey3i'7rr'ifa7L- 166, 195
Hollis, ,Grieg 1 66, 199
Holsenbeck, Kim - 15, 17, 20,
23, 86:90, 105. 110, 140. 203
215-1227, 229, 234, 243, 254
Holsenheck, Sheri- 12
Holsenbeck, Tammy - 5.59,
Holt.'Jackie - 84, 157
Hood,,DougV- 182, 195
HOpKllfl5 kim -183.184, 195
H6skl11isi,5lJdse'5n -'168, 199
HOUSE ,i- JEWELRY - 205
Howard, Ronnie - 23, 168,
Howie, Leslie - 127
Howie,,Paul -82, 101, 146
.Q . .,n.,.W ,L 2
Hyrnphrey, Donna - 206
Hurst, Mark - 77, 157
Hyatt, Cheryl- 86, 146
Hyatt, Jimmy -151
- 164, 195
lljQrarrif'Anita -183, 195 '
lxiinsgderry - 59, 79, 140, 238
lvy1Tamrnle -6, 26, 48, 49, 50.
251, 52, 59, 62, 54, 76, 151
lyy, rind - 62
, il W, ,J
sox - 232 9
llatilfgson. RLJASTY - 103. 123,1-
, ,-1135. 146. 162
Wesley - 176, 199
Jamesfdon - 59.83.151
Jenkins, Earnest- 23, 39, 41 ,
42, 43, 65, 120, 147. 238
Jenkins. Geneva - 85,151
Jensen. Becky - 62. 232
Jensen. Scott - 45, 76, 82, 83,
.-395, 106, 151
JBIKLSIEWLBD -185, 195
Jetton,',Wendy -122. 173, 175,
' 183f'184f186, 195
A Perinve - 157' ,
I ,Barbara -157 1
J5f1l'15Ql'1. Carl- 45, 82
, Frank -108,151
Johnson, Mrs. Joyce- 4, 6.
271 95, 125, 133
Johnson, Louise - 199
Johnson Marie -183, 199
Johnson, Mike - 133
Johnson Randy - 84,157
Rocky- 107, 147
Sheila - 77,89,152
Ginny-76, 86, 87, 90.
Uones, Mark -168. 170, 176,
Jlin, Billy - 65,152
Jordan, Leslie- 140, 219
Jordan, Phillip - 39, 41, 120,
Jordan, Shawn - 39. 41, 61,
.iiklilingmike -39, 41, 65, 62.
farituinfisandga-5, 16.20, 70, 9,
72, .901 105, 110, 140, 202,71
552071, 234, 254. 255
7L1iQ1stleef?Kathy - 195
KACW - FM - 205
Kahlich, Jeffrey -168, 185,
Howser,,,Amy 245 99
,9U1i1n,999l,M,rsfM911,114 - 133 7 247 1
160,111,111 1 5, 71 , 72, 76,, 25- 48- 75-J 52'
7' 15,-,F , M
11- 5 5 "
Kelley. Tammy -157
KELLEY'S BAR-B-CUE - 240 ,
KENNEMER INSURANCE - ?
Kennemer, Roy Lee - 45, 58,
, 84,157,190 W
kgrws -'23--216 ,,,,4 ,
keen, Ronda- 67, 69, 90, 6,
9 f103j 109, 157, 164 '
'EiKiIpatrick, Andy - 93,147,254 "" if
W Kilpatrick Manuel-29 45'84' 1
, 87, i iii, V- ,gy
Kilpatrick, Patricia - 89. 93, 1'
Kimball. David - 158
Kimball, Pat - 147
Kindle. Laura -158
King, Bradley- 45, 82, 147 I
King, Denise - 89, 101 , 106,
AKing, Harlan --158 ez, W
King, Kayla- 166, 167, 183, j ,,
K Q1 5772, M :cjfff
- 64k1rlg,1kns11e-26,75,140 ,-
King. Susan -183,199 ' I,
Kinslow, Beverly -183, 195
-'rKinslow, Jeffery - 168, 200 ,
Kinslow, Kimberly- 79, 80,
KIRBY EXXON - 223
Kirk, Michael- 169
Kirkpatrick, Charlotte- 183,
Ktinkerman, Kent- 57
Kd51el, Richard - 245
COMPANY - 217
'if if L
LA BOTIOUE - 234
Lacy, David - 169
Lacy. Johnny - 168, 200
LAMAR COUN1'Y ECHO - 227
LAMAR COUNTY ELECTRIC
oo-op - 223
.7 ,gli-TLAMEAR VETERINARY CLINIC
Migamp, Sandy -9,1o,12,162 liii
l1l.ardbfsnlrley - 65, 152
,l.ar1d, Alice - 65, 156 1 it
Landers. Sandra -158
Landrum, Teresa - 85, 147
Lane, Glenna -173,183,195 W
LA RUE FORD TRACTOR -
Lassiter, David - 169, 195
Latham, Rocky - 65
MLBWIBY, Billy -168. 200
Ledbetter, John - 61
Ledbener, Will- 71, 84, 92,4
X Leohardq-Scott - 82, 83, 7,1
W Tieonard, Susan - 76, 183.
LEWIS, DFI. DONALD - 247
LIEESRTY NATIONAL BANK - 5
Lindsey, Cheryl- 97. 140
Loftin, John -185, 200
LONZEIAR GAS COMPANY 1,-
fiigong, Mrs. Latanae - 193
Loop muck srop- 205
1 gjvelage, John Mark -185555
2oOg:e1,:f'r ' 4
f' sz ,rm 4 L13 ll- 5 me 1, ' l' "
11 , .429
Qtkeverl - 152" I
aaloiielaie, Terri - 1-47 M :
' Loveless, Darrell - 24
Lowgi Mike - 204
Kathy - 48, 76, 86, 87,
58, 180. 190
MACKEY AND PIERSON -
Maggard, Stanley - 107. 147
Maginn, Kathleen - 71, 76, 89.
101 , 1 58. 190
Maginn, Patricia - 183, 196
Mahan, Melissa - 172, 200
Mahan, Mrs. Treva - 88, 133
Maloy, Tim -147
Mangrum, Joel- 168, 176,
18 , 200
Mangum, Brad - 82,147
MAPLE, JIM, SUBURU - 224
Marando, Michael - 168, 185,
Marando, Steve - 107, 147
MAH2?AVES' DFIUG STORE
I Debra -183,196
James - 227
lQlar1in, Larry - 65
gyiatney, Keith - 107, 147
5,gMaxey, David - 185, 186, 196
Kim - 183, 196
gfmvqes HARQWAHE -- 227
.YV6fYa - 200
sf16MgAti1s1er,"kelly- 19, 26, 48,
91, 103! 152, 163
W Mcbiliiter, Lisa - 4, 34, 35, 48,
-2161 V "if -
BQLUYS - 113- .J.831.- 2
15311 Q351- 22127256 , it
,.-1251103 -,90. 9739?
ref' Doug - isa,
,.gi5CIoure. Scott - 65, 92. 101 .
MeQiacker3,55Angie 7183, 195
iwCrackeT'f Barbieri - 78,
101, 152 222 1
EiZQQ,,M5:g3utcheon, Mrs. Zara - 11,
McDonald, Jackie - 195
McD5nald, Jerry - 45, 108,
N16D6nald, Lisa - 14, 33, 35,
97, es, 105, 140, 11611
McDonald, Scott - 108, 1 52
McDONALD'S - 243
McD1Jwell,Jerry - 77,-,ts-1, 152
rmoowell, Libby - 787140.
CARS - 220
McDowell, Tamara -166. 167
McEntyre, Chad - 65, 152
McEntyre, James Thad - 168,
185, 200 1
McEwin, Susan - 243
Mgeifadden, James 68, 200
-TMen'asco, Charlotte - 183, 196
McFadden, Steve - 169
McFadden. Tina - 87,158
McFadden, Velma - 129
McFalridge, Billy -107,147
McFatridge, Clay - 108, 152
McFatridge, Donald -108, 158
McFatridge. Freddy -196
McFatridge, Susan - 140
McFraizer, Vonda -173, 175.
180, 183, 196
McFrazier, Carolene - 53.
McFrazier, Laverne - 128, 129
McGee. John - 71, 92, 152
McGee, Susan - 75, 93. 95,
100, 103, 140, 241
McGhee, Jimmy - 200
McGuire, Mr, Corlis-125, 133
Mclntosh, Miss Edith - 98
Mclntyre, Laurie -173,196
Mclntyre, Patricia - 77, 86,
McKinney, Brenda - 14, 19,
32, 33. 35, 90, 91, 97, 101.
105, 147, 234
McKinney, Donna -9, 14, 23,
32, 33, 35, 75, 76, 90, 91, 97.
McKinght, Bob -147
McKnight, Shelly - 183, 200
McLaughlin. Eddie - 83,147
McLemore, Mr. Bobby - 134
Moglgnigle, Sheila - 71, 186.
McMonigle, Tammie - 71 , 77,
McMonigle, Teddy -169, 196
Mcmonlgle, Mr. T. J, -100,
McMonigIe, Thomas- 69, 71 ,
92, 101, 147, 203, 210,254
Mcl-Aonigle, Tracy - 185, 200
McNabb, Angie - 200 U
McNabb. Gregory -45, 158
McQueen, Larry - 75, 121,141
Melton, Phillip - 58, 65, 83,
W 152, 163
Mendez. Myrna - 158
'Ml511FlO HAIR STYLES - 221
METRO NURSERY - 225
Michael, Paula - 183, 196
Michael, Sherri- 86, 152
MIEARS PHARMACY - 24-7
Miers, Terry - 110
MILES, JOHN W., D.D.S. - 247
Miller, Daron -185,200
Miller, Richard - 81,152
Miller, Terry - 3, 86, 147
Milling, Terri - 88,147
Mills, Tina -147
Mitchell, Katsumia - 75, 90.
93, 94, 95, 11061, 110, 113,
Mitchell, Larry - 71 , 72, 186.
Mitchell, Mike - 168, 176,1B5,
Mitchell, Tia - 183. 200
Mitchell, Wesley - 168, 170,
Moffitt. Angela - as. ss, 71.
87, 121. 158
Montgomery, Angela - 183.
Moody, Sherry Clark - 141
Moody, Tony - 16, 69, 71, 72,
84,92,121, 158 -
Moore, Mrs. Catherine - 129
Moore, Jana -183, 184, 1511
Moore, Mr. Jerry -16, 13129'
Moore, Karen - 183, 196
Moore, Mrs. Kathy - 131
Moore, Kelly- 17, 21, 27, 75,
90, 91, 93, 95, 103, 104,105,
Moore, Michael- 200
Moore, Mike -168, 176, 193,
Moore, Rhonda - 186.200
Moore, Shelia - 85,141
Moran, Kathy- 141
Moran, Monte - 45,811,158
Moree, Donny -158, 190
Moree, L. Timothy- 79, 141
Moree, Scott- 4, 79, 81, 152
Moreland, Carol- 205
Moreland, William - 205
Morgan, Misty- 200
Morris, Chris -169,179, 182,
Morris, David -152
Morris, Donna- 28, 70, 71, 77,
Morris, Kelly - 87, 158
Morris, Kenneth - 45, 58, 83,
158, 181 . 182
Morton, Jeannie - 173, 175.
Morton, Kenda-48, 76, 90,
Morton, Mrs. Mary Louise -
Morton, Timothy- 79, 95, 141
Moss, Cindy- 78, 158
Moss, Debbie - 88.147, 162
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Oliver, Bryce.--45, Ei? 158
Owen, Johnny- 1967 E
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Packard, Melinda - 771153 1
PALACE onuefsroney 2152
PANTS wesr 204 ,,,,
Pardee, Cynthia - 1 96 7
PARIS AIR CONDlTlQlN3N,Q,iE
225 W 'I' :SEE
PARIS BANK oPTe1g,As -6218 F 1
PA131s DRAG s1a1PZ5,.,245,ge M
PAPIS HQNDA ,,,.. if
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M666 M6'W'6 ' 66' 66- 166 .1 emits
MOTEL CITY GULF 241 1 -0124535 'ffl N
Mo-r-ce. Michelle -78. 152,59
Murphy- Mrs- Calolvng-..13455f 1 Ji
Muslck- Bvbby - 8571 58 . 7
MU6i6k- David M147
MYWS' Chimes ' '41
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NeiaghBarry - 169, 1 71 , 1 77, feiiaifsforfiiiilark
Neal- Curtis-84 .fffffpafiog T
Neal Janice - as 147 31555 ' 8 .,.l 3 62' 66
N666 Ph""P-56-66-147 Parsons- Def1iSea:ZQl06-.,,E6'i' .
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Nelson, Carla - 95, 105, 147 pane,-gon, W
Nelson-Mafk-45-53-153 Patterson, J.-128 ' iii:
NETEX -' 235 . Payne, Arnisi- 169, 5255.1
Newberry, Robbie - 153 payne' Handy iggiefg H
Nichols- U53 -133- 135- 200 Payne, Sonya-1.9.6 T .,...
rNIicho:s, Ragdy - 18553 8 Peel, Dud - -1 jf
icho son, am - , 15 peet' DaIe,1Q6 if ?2'T
Nobles. I-V00 - 133- 195 Penn, Darlene - ff, 9Q,,,93, 95,
Norrell, Mr, James - 193 97, 1 05, 148 -6 M
Norton, Alan - 68, 101,148 Penn, Randy - 8222141 xyeif
Norwood, Clint - 45, 84, 158, Penton, John -5107 M7
N 1t?1M F d 59 168 176 Perry, Mrs. Annie 99, 113.216
177, 178. 179, 181 . 182, 193 6,53 67':??06,'3112:g?1ggis J
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V"kV ixiiiti .. 25225235 .-'efzifif ,Q e
1 65, 200
Perryman Raiidyi- 184
Phifer, Melissa - 183, 200
Pickens, C3736 - 212
Pierce, Dawn - 159
Pierce, Kathy - 87, 89, 159
Pilkinton, Rae,Jean - 87, 90,
109, 159. 1.9.0
Pooiewensyu 168,1,f1'g76, 179,
Po2PEvE,1,g1g51 iEo CHICKEN -
.. 12 ,Q7jij'f7w.,."g..i....
2 . 2 ,W .M l
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Rhodes, Michael? 24011.
Rhodes. Patti- 78, 86, 148
Richardson, Biiiy -1559
Ridens, Larry - 45, 821, 159
1 BB, ,sgglgg
snerrer, sandra - 4, 341 111 761
81 , 1 53
Sherwood, Teresa - 88, 142
Shew, Craig - 168, 185,186.
Spann, Lisa - 4
Sparks, Annette- 79, 81, 1427 in
Sparks. Audrey - 159
Sparks, Laura -26, 47, 48, 62,
' , T - 200
Rfdfms Sify - shew, Lori-16. 18. 70. 71, 22. spenmsecry-7a,aa,11a
Risinger, Cindy 48,,,,101,159, .
164.180 fgzfz, 7339- 15312211234 1, SPENCER CAMPERS-235
R151"'9e'-Ke"'n1Li?i,42 Shew'N!a'k-82'142 24 Spencer, Harvey -184, 197
Robbins, Bryar'itfi338, 39641, Sh:?5nhl6'nggE 151613 Spencer, Marilee -4. 13
22.214.171.124if1.01.103.-.1.13-120- 1113 111 312, 1111 115 frr E135 ' 6 Spencer, Mrs. Mary-13
14811531392 1421613 ' ' 1 spencer Paul-166 201 i?i?f
Robbinsf shunleff, Spencer, Stanley-110,143
,,Simmons, Cynthia 1,,,5,,g111 Spethman, Loren -it 68,
7 Slmpg-,eniisa ' Spethman,Marla-85,159 111,811.1
Ritfi f. Sifppggggrifon Mispggnggfgagqvigg- 1,3
noberlluri2'iEeai351i5fE?.8,rr553319, - 3 ' ,, 981105 123 195' 1315 128 ' 42
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,1,,1,,,,S,,,,,51,1,,2.11,1,111,.,1 85, SIMPSON WHOLESALE-217 FQ'f1'59e" my a'S"a" 88:
196 Sims, Connie-20, 102, 142. S1aggs'She11a-172 201,
Roberts, Mr. Larryri127 Sims,Randy-44,45,159,55 S1and11e1,'F11cky-8 '
Pratt, Tamrnyzy 186, 196
Price, 395141, 62,
1 20, 148
Price, L. C. -.38, 39, 41, 95.
ryor, Janet-26, 76, 89, 106,
Puetz, Pearl 77, 156
Puetz, Risky - 148
EW- 219 if
naissezliiiiffliieres aa, zoo
Raissez Salvador - 5, 69, 83.
RAMADA INN - 223
RAMSEUR BAPTIST CHURCH
-209 . ,.-,
Ramsey, Bronis - 173, 174,
1 89,4 835896 ,.
Ramsey, Gr5dyi'1 69, 196
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Revsrsiauilv 831 1.53
Ftater, Julieiiif20, 97, 105, 135,
142 . 1,
Ray, Ronaldjlgie -169, 182.
Ray, Teresa - 70, 71, 76, 89,
Rayburn, Ronnie - 14
Fieavis, Edward - 200
Fleavis, Leroy - 169, 196
Reed, Charles-169, 177, 185.
Reed, James - 58, 76, 84, 159,
Fiebd. Kene,e1f17iV45, 58. 84.
'F1eed1.11'1'1'1!5??K'35?4fi 59' 190
Reed,11,Pattz-233 7, 1-P
Reed. Rosanna 71, 72.
77, 872ig79Zli15'9' 1
Reed, Theresa - 88, 89. 110.
Reed, Tonyj- 2327
REEP'S FURNlTURE - 213
Roberts, Lynn - 9, 34, 153
Robinson, David -.169, 177,
Robinson, Jackie---83, 142
Robinson, Mrs. Martha - 17.
1 1: .1zTs11'fl5 : i F
Rosenbeagy,,rDay1g51245 H, 5
'11 59 f.,' 1-5i5T,f1f'. 7, , ,
M - -f-f- : 'f.- 1... twin?-M ..
Rosson. gliiy-,5Q5Q:1:j."'92, 101,
145. 1 ' Q
Roiiton, Dale 41?61,
75, 120.442, 1111115
neuron, Kun -i29,'45, 915,153
Fluoker, George - 79, 142
Rucker, Rayford9108, 159
Rushin, Sharon -153
Russell, Mrs. Linda-89, 134
Russell, Mickey - 1.69. 197
Russetl, Ron -W45, 153
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SAIN S "
Sande rs,.,8,ob'5yfQ-H 81
Sanmde rs ,C J Q D. .
Sanders, Mr. 86, 193
Sanders, Sharon,-ti1i4', 32, 33,
35. 85, 102, 1487
Sanders, Sheketha -183,197
Scamp, Gregory -71,153
Seay, Laurie - 1 72,11 83, 201,
Seiferman, Naney - 240
Self, Gloria Ann 1- 48, 53, 87,
90,159, 180 5'
Shannon, Stacy -7,8B,4i142
173' 15 Vrkkkr iir K 2 I sf f E01 in
Shelton, Vincent- 201 W
Sherrer, Julie -7172,183,186,
Sims, Theresa - 76, 87, 892
SIRLOIN STOCKADE - 2117?
Sizemore, Vicky- 75
Skeen, Brenda - 46, 47,'49,
Skidmore, Rusty - 70, 716392,
1 O1 , 159 , 1 ,K
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Slagle, Arigdiqgd-97 1"Qfrg'ggjjEjirjgifx
Slagle, Bec 05,51 ,,ig-3533
Slagle, Donna - 87, 159--.2151
Slagle, Jeff-59, 74584, 101, .... ii
siagie, Lisa-163, 166. 2021,
Slagle, Mike -169, 197 r'il0i'
Smalley, David - 71 , 136, 184,
Smalley, Norman - 16, 30, 82,
Smallwood, Jerry -
Smallwood, Ricky - 68 S . 1?
Smallwood, Vicky- 5327622875
159.180, 1190 H H
Smith. Bonita -- 1 ' 1
SMITH CARPET C to .. .
Smith, Gordon - 1621 3101f39,, 1, -,,, 3
41, 65, 120, 1488
Smith, Jessie -169,177,179
182 197 ,
Smith, Jimmie - 88,148 M E 5
Smith Kyle - 201 H
Lea Ann - 62, 76101,
Loretta - 53. 159. 180
Mark - 82
Neal - 169, 180, 182111
. Patti- 183, 197
, Tambra 83,
201 ,Q:5zT21ifiiiTfii:' A . 7
1 Teresa? 595'70,'
Smyers, Milburn 1- 71 , a3,,1sg35.i2f'r 7
Snodgrass, Kristina 201 1
SONIC - 220 6
SPANGLER'S - 224 f
Spann, Cindy - 88,148,162
Spann, Karon - 48, 53, 87, 90,
Stanley, George -169, 184,
Stanton, Laurie - 159
Stark. Debbie - 173
Starkey, Anita - 154 ,,-1,
Starks, Derwin - 45, 58, 65,
83, 89, 103, 154,163 N
Starks, Tina - 15, 16, 49, 52,15
89, 103, 148, 162 'gs ' J
-STEELE 6 THOMAS PuNE,B,Aw+
HOME - 223 A
Stegall, Diane - 232 315'
Stephens, Chad - 168, 170, ' I 5 5'
STEPHENS CONCRETE - 2464
Stephens, David - 71 , 72, 79.
80, 144, 148
Stephens, Joel- 8
Stephens, Kim - 180, 184,
Stephens, Kyle - 4, 16, 39, 41,
42, 61.65, 75, 95. 103, 143.
Stephens, Paul- 169, 171,
177 182 197
Stephens, Ruthy- 71. 77,LB7f"1
B9,121, 135,160 M -j
Stephens, Todd - 452 76, 83,551
159, 181 , 190 ,
Stewart, David - 110, 154 itiL'i' A
Stone, Jerry - 65, 66 M: T' 'Vi
Stone, Mr. Roy Tom -105549,
STONE TITLE - 224
Story, David - 61. 79, 143
Story. Renee - 71 , 72, 77, 87,
Streety, Mrs. Kathryn - 129
Streety, W. W. - 128
Stringfellow, Joe Dean - 201 -I
Stripland, Tommy- 83,154
Sugg, Bradley - 168, 201 M
Sugg, Mrs. Ella- 193 11.1
Sugg, Keith-79, 80,148
Sullivan, John -108, 154
SLQBERIOR SWITCHBOABDCE3 :ik 1,1
SWAIM, PRINTING Co. - 213
SWAIM, oe. R. L. -247
SWAIM, ROBERT L..
HARDWARE - 221
Swindle, Mrs. Betty - 127
Swindle, Mr. Jesse -108, 128,
COMPANY - 219
Walker, Helen - 87, 160
TACO DELITE - 207
Taylor, Brett- 168, 201
Taylor, Cindy - 21 , 97, 105.
Taylor, Clyde -148, 182
Taylor, Debbie -80, 148, 232
Taylor, Felicia - 87, 160
Taylog James -128
'TAYLQQFI GLASS SHOP - 233
Tayli Molly - 48, 86, 87, 89,
li 5 " 154
. ',jge513fRionr1ie -1110, 123,-1148
Q2 Vance - 169, 184,
ljifgmpleton, B. J. - 45, 58, 83,
Templeton, Mr. Sonny - 39,
44, 61, 134
TEXAS FURNITURE - 217
TEXAS POWER 81 LIGHT
Thomas, Angie -197
Thomas. Sheryl- 71, 160
Thompson, Ami LaMoine -
Thompson, Brandon -110,
Thompson, Cary - 169
Thompson, Cynthia -59, 91,
96. 97, 99, 105, 135, 143
STISIQMDSOH, Frankie - 4, 18,
fag, 39, 41, 54, 55, 65, 110.
gigrffimpson, Lisa - 183, 201
Roger - 59, 76.
If Sammy Ray - 45,
iiiilfnompson, veckie - 101 , 154'
' Thompson, Woodrow- 128
I 1?1,r3i1dg111, Brad -16, 71, sa.
A 92, 154
Todd, Larry- 154
Todd, Melodie - 78, 154
Todd, Scotty -168, 190, 201
Tomlinson, Chris- 169, 197
Tongston, Ted - 243
TGP DRIVE IN - 209
Tow. Ben - 240
Towers, Butch - 60, 61
Townsend, David -6, 28, 75,
Townsend, Mrs. Elaine -46,
47, 62, 134
Townsend, Jeana -184, 185,
TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY
fi ziammell, Dew-ana - 143
LChris - 45, 84, 160
2-sg11an,Lawfence - 6, 11 , 30,
21 if 140
Melanie -EAS, 16, 25. 71,
95, 100, 101ii105. 110.
.:'lT'u5n 5 Sharon - 180, 184,
F1 86, 1 97
iiTrull, Paul - 54, ss, ea, 134
Tschoerner, Carol- 46, 48,
86, 87, 90, 160, 180, 190
Tschoemer, David - 176, 179,
Tucker, Anjanette - 87, 160
Tucker, Jimmie -16, 17, 97.
Tucker, Kenneth - 107, 148
Tucker, Larry - 45, 84, 160
Tucker. Stacy - 17, 19, 20, 26,
46, 47, 62, 75, 95, 100, 101.
103, 110,120, 143
Tucker, Steve - 168,201
Turner, Wayne -135, 143
Tuttle, Randy - 81
Twitty, Mike - 83, 154
Twittg, Morita - 88, 114,1w43,
24 , 256 fjij
rw111y,zena - 7, 13, 6333,
64, 121, 131, 238
Tyndell, Terry - 2435225227
Tyson, Cheryl - 75,
Upchurch, James -
VALLEY FEED MILL - 213
VanDeaver, Tommy- 237
4 - - -Weddle, Tracie -
Watson, Richard - 22, 71, 84,
92, 121, 160
Watson, Tammy - 78, 149
Weaver, Mr. Elmer -107, 134
Webb, Curlese - 169, 177,
Webb, Kenneth - 45, 58.65,
67, 83, 89, 154
Webb, Larry- 58
Webb, Patrick- 169, 182, 197
Webb, Rochelle - 16, 53, 62.
Webb, Terry - 39, 41, 43, 54,
55, 56, 144
Weddle, Mrs. Billy - 203,
Weddle, Kelly- 23, 27, 34, 76,
86, 135, 136,154,221
,.,g70, 71,72, 75.86.
21, 149, 203, 21 3
551219, 254, 255
Wager, Jimmy- 169, 197
Wager, Wendy- 201
WEILER AIR CONDITIONING
Weldon, Lee -45, 154
Weldon, Lynn - 89,101, 149
Wells, Jett - 75, 84, 149
Wells, Susan - 154
Westbrooks, Tawana - 46, 75.
Steven - 83, 160
Terry - 80, 149, 231
Sheila 86, 197
Wooten, Bobby - 158, 176,
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761 84. 92,
Van Hooser, Renee - 76, 86,
90, 136, 154
Vanderburg, Alan -169, 177,
Vanderburg, Bernie -- 61, 144
Vanderburg, Breana-48, 53,
101 , 154
Vanderburg, Mrs. Freda - 127
Vanderburg, Cary - 84, 154
Vanderburg, John -197
Vanderburg, Rana - 148 , ,,,
Vanderburg, Renata - 87,,,,8,9,gjE!2gi3igQiif
Vanderbury, Terry - 8, 1315,
Vaugghan, Cindy - 101 , 105,
97, 105, 149
WESTERN OAKS BEAUTY
SHOP - 228
WESTINGHOUSE - 237
Westville, Sarah - 128
Wharton, Kim - 87,160
Whitaker, Wanda - 228
,Darcell - 7, 62, 63, 121
White, Mr. Darrell --4, 13, 103
White, Harlan - 71,77,101,
White, Joe David -168, 170,
,Kevin --'61,69, 82
,Marc-45, 58, 74,
84, 160, 190
White, Odis -168, 201
VILLAGE JEWELERS - 227
VOGUE OF PARIS - 247
Waggener, Candayce- 71,
72, 87, 160
Walker, Paul- 82, 149
Walker, Robert - 45, 83, 160,
Walker, Sheila -183,197
Wall, Deanna - 14, 15, 18, 20,
71, 73, 39, 101 , 154,
Walling, Billy - 45, 58f2l84'filf1lf60
WAL-MART - 231
Ward, Glen -
White, Rodney- 169, 182, 1971 fe.
White, Wayland -169, 197
Whitner, Mark - 5, 16, 71 , 72,
COMPANY - 216
Vwgley. Shan - 87, 89, 90, 160
Vlhlkerson, Keith - 83, 160
Wilkerson, Wayne - 82, 149
Vlhlkins, Randy - 201
Wilkinson, Ray- 95,536,144
Vlhlliams, Chris - 154
Vlhlliams, Mrs. Kathleen - 86,
Vlhlliams, Jim- 128
Vlhlliams, Melodla - 53, 160.
Vwlllams, Merritt - 54, 55, 56,
57. 65, 83, 154
Williams, Mikeral - 79, 144
WaSI1il19I0r1. Beverly .,,,
180 I V'
1 60, 1 81
Washington, Harold - 54,55
82- 149 ....
Washington, Jimmy -1081, 154
Washington, Scott-45, 108,
Washington, Sharon - 11 O,
williams, Stacy-169. 177,
182, 186.197 5
WILLIAMSBURG DRUG - 227
Vwllgatmson, Donna - 81, 154,
Vihllman, Diane - 71,160
Vihllman, Nancy - 201
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Wortheyxdean - 204
Wright, -Aliison - 69, 80, 149
Wfight, Curtis - 169, 171, 182.
197 . '
168, '1 85, 201
Terry - 45, 58, 108,
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The '78 school year for Yacht Staff ended with a
March yearbook workshop at the University of
Texas at Austin and the drastic delay of the '78
Yacht's arrival. The '78-79 school year began with
- selling ads, class pictures, and the meeting of dead-
Efq lines which called for lots of last-minute worries.
Pg The theme chosen for '79 Yacht was "Reflec-
tions," and cover and division pages illustrated the
' theme. Eight extra pages were added, and the entire
high school class section changed from black and
white to four-color. The basic style of the Yacht
changed drastically as emphasis was put on action
shots with a 25-page month-by-month activity sec-
tion complete with articles and a feature page.
There were no label headlines in the book as sen-
tence heads replaced them, and articles appeared
in many more places than ever before. The "Per-
sonalities" section ot former Yachts was revised
and turned into a "Who's Who at NL" to include All-
District members, Valentine Sweethearts, etc., and
at the bottom of each page in the book, beside the
f page number, was a page heading for easier refer-
l ence. Probably the most useful addition and defi-
nitely the most time-consuming for staff members
was the full indexg another worrisome but nice addi-
tion were the italics leaders into all captions. Lastly,
for yearbook enthusiasts: the heading and copy
type used throughout the '79 Yacht was Helvetica
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