North Lamar High School - Yacht Yearbook (Paris, TX)
- Class of 1981
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Text from Pages 1 - 280 of the 1981 volume:
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Through the years we have
been known as the school on
the other side of town. Now,
because of our many accom-
plishments, other schools are
recognizing that not only are
we a school, but we are a
group of people who have
finally been noticed, and We
Are the Panthers. No matter
what facet of school you are
involved in YOU are a Panther.
As you look through this year-
book, rememberthe people
and places that made being a
Panther so unique.
Powderly, Texas 75473
fCenter Leftj North Lamar High School
Campus as it is seen from LP. McCuistion
Hospital fBottom Leftj Go Panthers!
Cheerleaders Bobby Fortner and Dee
Hillers try to urge the Panthers to victory in
the 14-13 loss to Sulphur Springs. fBottom
Middlel 1980 Yacht Presentation: Editor
Tracie Weddle presents the 1980 Yacht to
the student body. fBottom Righty Intercep-
tion: Derwin Starks picks off a pass in the
scrimmage with Hugo.
Class of '81
to Mr. Woodrow
This man is one of the most seen people at North
Lamar. His work, however, is sometimes overlooked. His
work as a custodian is truly appreciated by both students
and faculty alike. He not only spends his weekdays on
campus, but you can always count on him being at almost
every athletic event. He is probably the Panthers' most
For his constant devotion to our school, we, the Class
of 1981, dedicate the 1981 Yacht to you . . .
MR. WOODROW THOMPSON
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lTop Righty Working Hard: Woodrow carries trash from the
lBottom Rightl Break Time: Woodrow takes a few minutes out from
lLeftJ Collecting Cans: Woodrow gathers cans to sell for recycling.
fTop Leftj Finishing his work: Woodrow prepares to take his
cans to be recycled.
lTop Rightl Taking A Snooze: Woodrow takes a few minutes
out for a snooze during Homecoming festivities.
fMiddle Leftl Watching the Festivities: Woodrow looks on as
students decorate the gym for Homecoming.
fMiddIe Rightl "Go Panthers!" Woodrow pushes the Panthers
on to victory at the Homecoming Game.
lleftj Cleaning Up: Woodrow removes the trash from the barrels
by the Homemaking Building.
Dedication - 3
Activities . .
lndex . . .
iTop Righty Getting Ready for State: lana
Graves prepares for Pantherette's game in
the State Basketball Tournament against
tBottom Leftj Senior Class Meeting: Senior
Class President Duane Cuttrell loo s on as
Mr. Darrell White gives instructions to class
iMiddle Righty Loosen Up: Coaches Bobby
Anthony and limmy Stripland give instruc-
tions to eighth grade football players.
lLeftl Another Run for the Panthers: Bryant
Robbins crosses home for another Panther
run in the Bi-District series with Linden Kil-
lBottom rightl 'Hello!" Jimmy Took fAndy
Kilpatrickl receives a call from his Uncle
Dan announcing his arrival.
lTop Righty IPLC Convention: Brian
Brashier, Sharon Rushin, Mrs. Rhea Brown,
Tommy Davidson, and Kelly Weddle pose
on the State Capitol grounds in Austin,
fMiddle Lefty The Big Day Is Here: Marsha
Dennis enters the gym for 1980 Gradua-
fMiddle Righty Two Points! lana Graves
looks on as Loretta Cooper tii10y comes
down from shooting in t e State Tourna-
ment Game which Pantherettes lost 42-36
to Hayes Consolidated. Tina Starks, Sandy
Springer, and Tammie lvy go for the
lBottom Centery Frank Stone Memorial
Award: Coach Paul Glover prepares to
present the award to the most valuable
football player at the 1980 Sports Banquet.
lBottom Righty Band Member Richard
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Activities ' 5
6 - March
Cto to State
A first for North Lamar! For the first time ever,
the Pantherettes competed in basketball past the
Bi-District level. In Bi-District, the Pantherettes
played Pittsburg and defeated them 48-40. At
the Regional Tournament, the opponents were
Whitehouse and Northwest. Both games were
wrapped up with scores of 44-40. The State
Basketball Tournament was held in Austin. In the
first round of the tournament, the Pantherettes
were defeated by Hayes Consolidated with a
score of 42-36.
Career Day was held for students to attend
sessions with speakers in different fields to help
them decide their future professions.
Baseball and track season got under way as
winter sports came to an end.
fTop Lefty Maiorelle? Sarah Bratcher tries out for 1980-81
tTop Rightl lunior High Fifties Day: Sheila Gladden and Patti
Allen dance to fifties music as Sheila Watson looks on.
tCenter Rightl Down the Court: Tina Starks dribbles down
the court as Jana Graves, Loretta Cooper, and Holly Arm-
tBottom Rightj Career Day: Consultant Ronnie Tidwell and
Mr. Bobby McLemore wait for Career Conference to begin
as Kriss Ballard and Scott McCloure look on.
lTop Leftj Strike Three? Cliff Chadwick
y awaits the pitch in a Panther home game.
fTop Rightj Whammo! Mike Bell hits the tennis
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"Who, Me?" Choir girls point to Howard Hale
at the end of "ln the Navy" at the annual
ball to his opponent.
fCenterJ Austin Bound! Lisa McAllister puts
finishing touches on the bus which will take the
Pantherette Basketball team to Austin and the
fBottom Lefty Eighth Grade Tea: Audrey Harris,
Tammy Harris, and Cheryl Thomas show
displays to eighth graders at the Homemaking
Mistress of Ceremonies: F.H.A.
President Kelly Weddle presides at
the F.H.A. Banquet.
March - 7
8 - April
is Elected First
Male Yell Leader
Many students were absent from school during
the spring as they participated in district and
regional sports and U.I.L. events.
Students were also occupied with the various
tryouts, conventions, and banquets. For the first
time in the history of North Lamar, a boy was
chosen as Varsity Cheerleader when Bobby Fortner
won the honor,
The library held a book fair for students, and the
science classes participated in the fifth annual
science fair which was held in the gym.
Some North Lamar Students participated in the
Annual lunior Livestock show which was held at the
Tryouts and rehearsals were also held for the
Senior Play, Here Come the Brides which was to be
presented later in May.
Hunting the Eggs: Kelly Weddle and Sharon Simpsen assist children at King's
Daughters Day Care Center in finding Easter Eggs as Tri-Hi-Y's Egg Hunt.
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Overhead Shot: Tammy Holsenbeck attempts an overhead shot at a Hugo
"Pain and Agony!" Coach Paul Glover inspects
Angela Moffitt's leg for injury as Coach lon Moss
looks on at Pantherette Relays.
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- iLeftJ O.E.A. Banquet: O.E.A. Sponsor Annie Perry addresses
students and guests at the annual O.E.A. Banquet at Paris Golf and
iTop Rightl Will He Make It? Patti Mclntyre and Bobby Fortner,
North Lamar's first male cheerleader try out in front of the stu-
fLeft Centerl Waiting to Eat: O.E.A. members Tammy Glover,
Brenda McKinney, Michele Darnell, and Deanna Wall wait to go
through the serving line at the O.E,A. Banquet.
tRight Centerl Stretch . .. Ernest McCarty attempts to go up
another notch in the high jump.
CBottomJ Concentration: B. 1. Templeton concentrates on hitting
the ball in the Panther Game with Valliant.
April - 9
Fourth in State Meet
The end of school, as always was very busy, The
band went to contest, and they also had a spring
Seniors put on a play called Here Come the Brides.
Athletes were once again honored with the All-Sports
Banquet which was held in the High School Gym
because of the anticipated crowd, and the speaker
foir the banquet was Mike Ditka.
The junior High Gym was the scene of the junior-
Senior Prom, junior and Senior girls decorated the gym
to match the theme of 'We May Never Pass This Way
Again." Rabbit provided music for the Prom. Kartridge
Korner provided music for the breakfast following the
prom which was held at Paris Golf and Country Club.
Girls' Track Team traveled to Austin to participate in
the State Track Meet and finished in fourth place. ln
literary events, jeff Draper won first place in Number
Sense in State U.l.L. Competition.
As tradition goes, the 1980 Yacht arrived late. Final-
ly, on May 21 the book was handed out to students
with sufficient time left for signing books.
Clubs started winding up their year's activities by
having parties to spend the money which they had
earned during the year. Boys baseball team fell in a bi-
district series to Linden-Kildare.
The big day finally arrived for the Class of '8O. Many
students were glad that the end of the year had arriv-
ed, but for many of the 120 Seniors this was not the
case. As they said goodby to their friends and
teachers, the 1980 school year was brought to a close
with mixed emotions.
tTopj "Congratulations!" Coach Paul Trull presents Rodney Green
with the Best Defensive Basketball Player Award at the All-Sports
tCenter Rightj What's this? Tina Starks points out an inscription to
Coach Roy Tom Stone as Mr. Mike johnson, Angela Moffitt, jana
Graves, Lauren Chadwick, and Eva Ellis look on during the trip to the
State Track Meet in Austin.
tBottom Rightj Number One! Loretta Cooper receives her first place
medal in the 200 Meter Run. I
tBottom Leftj "Sexy Ladies!" Beth Dressler observes Scott McCloure
and Paul Howie as they wait to go on stage at the Senior Play.
tLeftj Thirst Quenching: Christie Collier and Bobby Fortner receive punch from
Mrs. Annie Perry at the junior-Senior Prom.
lMiddle Leftj "What Are We Going to Do with jimmy?" Madge Burns fHolly
Armstrongj and Aunt Ellen fTracie Weddlej discuss the solution to jimmy's
problem in the Senior Play Here Come the Brides.
fMiddle Righty Yearbook Dedication: Mrs. Zara McCutcheon, 1980 Yacht
Dedicatee, returns to her seat after accepting her copy of the 1980 Yacht.
fBottom Leftj Cotton Eyed joe: junior and Senior students and their guests kick
up their heels to 'Cotton Eyed joe" at the junior-Senior Breakfast.
fBottom Rightj "Here It Is!" john McGee gives students and teachers their first
look at the 1980 Yacht.
at Paris Golf
fllightj Congratulations! Mr. Tommy Eads gives Tracie
Weddle a hug following 1980 Graduation,
llvtiddle Lefty Shopping. Rebecca Van Noord, Tina
Starks, and Loretta Cooper shop in Austin while atten-
ding the State Track Meet,
tllightl "What Do You Say? . . Brian Brashier, Tammy Hoskins, Tammy
Holsenbeck, and lon Iames dance to l'Cotton Eyed joe" at the junior-Senior
lLeftl "One Last Laugh:" Mr, Roy Chadwick and lana Graves joke around
one last time before graduation.
tLeftj "We Will Never Pass This Way Again:" Shannon
Armstrong, Vicki Chapman, Rodney Green, and Cliff
Chadwick dance to the music of Rabbit at the junior-Senior
tRightJ Taking a Break: Patti Mcintyre and jeff lones rest for a
minute during the Iunior-Senior Prom.
fMiddIe Leftj Lady Macbeth: Lady Macbeth tSandra Berryj receives
finishing touches on her make up from Tammy Glover before the
fRightJ Receiving Awards: Football players Gaines Price, Van Wilson,
and Mike luhlin accept awards at the All Sports Banquet.
tLeftJ Thinking It Oven Mr. Oswald tScott McCIoureJ tries to decide
just how badly he needs money.
,tRightl Excitement! Phillip Neal and Sharon McCuin anticipate
Class of '80
the excitement of graduation.
tLeftJ Adjusting Hats: Senior Sponsor Tommy Eads adjusts
hats before graduation as Steve Marando and Bob McKnight
lMiddle Righty A Moment of Seriousness: Mark Cantrell, Brian
Cannon, Thomas Burton, Ronald Brown, and Kay Bills listen to a
speech during graduation exercises.
lBottom Righty Eighth Grade Graduation: Eighth Graders await to
receive their Certificates of Graduation,
lTop Lefty Eighth Grade Picnic: Paul Ray Spencer, Melissa Mahan,
Tammy Smallwood, Lisa Robbins, Susan King, and loe David White
await their turn at minature golf at the Eighth Grade Picnic,
QTop Righty Eating Lunch: Kay Bolton, Sandy Cato, Holly Haggard,
Angela Montgomery, and Lisa Slagle take a lunch break at the Eighth
iBottom Lefty Keeping Score: Peanut Smyers keeps up with the line
up at a l.V. baseball game,
tMiddle Righty Congratulations: Terri Lovelace receives her diploma
from Superintendent Roy Chadwick.
iRighty Eighth Grade Cheerleader Tryouts: Monti Howard tries out
for Eighth Grade Cheerleader.
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tTop Lefti Diversion: Vickie Thompson, Shannon
Armstrong, Kelly Weddle, and Sarah Bratcher
teach each other "tricks of their trades" during
Hop Righty Concentration: Drum Majors Teresa
Ray and Tammy Holsenbeck watch to see if the
band is doing its routine correctly.
tRightJ Workouts: Varsity football players do
blocking practice during work outs as Coach
Alden George looks on.
tBottom Lefti Big Spray! leff Slagle takes time out
16 0 Summer
to water ski during his summer vacation,
tBottom Righti Freshman Orientation: Freshmen
are given a tour of the high school during
Summer months were filled with the usual gamut of camps for organiza-
tions such as Majorettes, Cheerleaders, Flag Corps Members, and Drum
Majors. Members of these organizations attended their respective camps in
order to prepare for the coming fall. V
Picnics, swimming, skiing, and camping provided entertainment on the long,
hot summer days. Other students endured the record-breaking heat by work-
ing or just resting.
A new concession stand was built on the visitor's side of the football field,
and restroom facilities were also added to them. Also, a sign was laced at the
south end of the field to identify it as the home of the Pantliers, and to
accredit them for their various championships. The high school gym was also
painted in the school colors of blue and gold.
Band practice and football practice took up many of the summer hours for
students involved in these activities. Summer ended in the same manner that it
tTop Leftl Summer Fun! lon james fights the summer
heat by skiing.
tMiddle Leftl Flag Corps Camp: Flag Corps members
attending camp at University of Texas of Arlington
are: tSeatedJ Renee VanHooser, Sharon Simpsen,
Vickie Thompson, Kelly Weddle, tMiddle Rowl
Tammy Smallwood, Molly Taylor, Staci Shawhart,
Angela Montgomery, fBack Rowl Beverly Kinslow, Lisa
Slagle, Lisa Robbins, and Tracy Burgin.
started - very hot.
tBottom Rightl Girls' State: Posing for pictures at Girls' State are Ramona
Tubbe, Kim Hatthorn, Kelly Weddle, Paula Cottle, and Adrie Perma.
tLeftl Spare Time: Flag Corps members Kelly Weddle, Sharon Simpsen, and
Vickie Thompson take a break at camp.
Summer v 17
Freshmen Have First Orientation
August and the start of school brought a
continuation of band and football practice.
Band members practiced early each morn-
ing to learn shows and music to be per-
formed at football games and pep rallies.
Football team scrimmaged Cooper and
Hugo, Oklahoma, to get ready for regular
For the first time, orientation was held to
introduce new freshmen to the high school
and its rules and requirements. School
began on August 15, and the first few
weeks were spent getting back into the
routine of school and electing class officers
QTO Righty Sorting Schedules: Office Assistants
Ruth VanNoord, Doug Fouse, and Lee McDonald
separate schedules to give to Freshmen.
fMiddle Rightl Issuing Lockers: Coach Paul Glover
assigns lockers to Freshmen on the first day of
lLeftJ Observing Practice: Drum Major Teresa Ray
observes the marching band's practice.
fBottom Rightl First Day of Class: Mrs. Sheila
Daughtrey records book numbers on the first day
Senior Class Meeting: Seniors Marcy
Carpenter, janet Pryor, Renee Van
Hooser, and Sharon Simpsen listen to
the proceedings of the first Senior Class
meeting of the year.
Freshman Orientation: Mrs. Lee Ochoa gives Freshmen a lecture on use of the library at
fMiddIe Leftl Lost Freshmen? Tracy Burgin and
Lisa Robbins try to find their next class on the
first day of school.
llviiddle Righty Marching Fundamentals: Will
Ledbetter and Richard Watson practice
standing at attention at morning band practice.
August v 19
Booster Club Sponsors Watermelon Supper
September was a very busy month
for the students and faculty at North
Lamar. Football season began, and this
was a hectic time for the football team,
cheerleaders, band members, and oth-
ers closely associated with football. Vol-
leyball season also began in September.
The Athletic Booster sponsored a
Watermelon Supper encouraging peo-
ple to join the Booster Club and honor-
ing all athletes from seventh grade
through high school.
Clubs began to organize and plan
their activities for the oncoming year.
Tri-Hi-Y Senior members initiated new
members by making them dress tacky
and play games like small children,
rather than having a formal initiation,
Senior pictures vvere also made, and
the Student Council took orders for
mums to begin preparing for Home-
fTop Righty Tri-Hi-Y Initiation: junior Tri-Hi-Y members
Carol Cohn, Stephanie Carter, Cindy Risinger, Darcie
Asche, Kenda Morton, Ronda Kersh await their initia-
tion as Senior member Shannon Armstrong lines them
iMiddle Righty Racket Wagon! Mr. Carl lensen and Mr.
Robert Skinner provide extra spirit at the opening
football game in Sulphur Springs.
iLefty Preparing for Senior Pictures: Senior Brad
Threadgill prepares for his senior picture.
tBottom Righty Pep Rally Opening: Richard Watson
plays the National Anthem as majorettes and flag
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,tt,,,,t Flipping the Coin: Football Captains Ronald Hayes tff15l,
Kenneth Webb tll2Ol, and Robert Skinner 13581 wait for
the flip of the coin in the opening football game with Sulp-
lTop Leftl Registering Booster Club Members: Mr. Robert Skinner signs up Mrs.
ludy Esterer in the Athletic Booster Club as Mrs. Carl lensen, Mr. lohn Esterer, Mr.
Stephen Brown, and lim Brown look on.
lTop Righty Victory! Varsity Volleyball team members Angela Moffitt, Denise Bailey,
Brenda Skeen, Breanna Vanderburg, Vicki Chapman, and Kathy Lynch celebrate
after a victory.
Uvtiddle Leftl Signing Up Seniors: Tommy Davidson, Ruthy Stephens, and Renee
Story get Seniors' names before their pictures.
fMiddle Righty Watermelon Supper: Duane White looks on as Suzanne Glover and
Coach Paul Glover prepare to eat watermelon at the Watermelon Supper spon-
sored by Athletic Booster Club.
September v 21
fRightJ Participating in Homecoming Pep
Rally: lunior High Cheerleaders Leslie
McDonald, Monti Howard, Seanda Towler,
Natalie Taylor, Sharon Spann, and Kristi King
lead a cheer in the Homecoming Pep Rally.
22 - October
fTop Leftl Crowning the Queen: lana Graves, 1979 Home-
coming Queen, crowns Brenda Skeen, 1980 Homecoming
Queen, as Superintendent Roy Chadwick looks on.
fRightJ Concentrating on the Game Coach Paul Glover gives
the Homecoming Game his full concentration.
CLeftJ Homecoming Victory! Mark Dangerfield 051101, is tack-
led by a Trinity Christian Trojan as Kenneth Reed 13351 looks
on in the 45-12 Homecoming victory,
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fTop Leftj Roses for the Queen: Superintendent Roy Chadwick prepares to
escort lana Graves onto the Football field to crown the 1980 Homecoming
lTop Rightl Enjoying the Dance: Christie Gibson and Mr. Tommy Eads enjoy the
Uviiddle Leftj Homecoming Nominee: Michele Darnell and her escort Rodney
Green are introduced at the Homecoming Assembly.
tBottom Righty Decorating the Front of the Building: Band members paint a
huge sign for the front of the building.
tBottom Leftl Homecoming Nominee: Rochelle Webb and her escort Kenneth
Webb are introduced at the Homecoming Assembly.
October - 23
Seniors Win Powderpuff Game
tLeftl Senior Cheerleaders: Senior Powderpuff Cheerleaders are Boom
Boom fTommy Davidsonl, Bernadine Cleavage Uon lamesl, luanita Fri-
jole fDoug Fousel and lDavid Birdsongl.
Uvliddle Rightl Returning the Volleyball: Denise Bailey returns a serve as W ,
teammates look on.
Homecoming was the main event in the
month of October. Decorating for Home-
coming allowed students to miss a day of
classes to prepare halls for exes to tour.
Each club had a portion of the hall and
building to decorate. Beta Club and Tri-Hi-Y
decorated the lunior High Gym where the
dance was to be.
Homecoming Day was a normal day until
the hour-long pep rally was held that after-
noon. Homecoming Queen nominees
Brenda Skeen, Rochelle Webb, and
Michele Darnell were introduced and stu-
dents cast their votes. Prizes were awarded
to winners of decorating contests.
Football players presented fans a Home-
coming victory against Trinity Christian lsy a
score of 45-12. During half time activities,
Brenda Skeen was crowned Homecoming B at w" s
Queen by lana Graves. Kartridge Korner
provided music for the dance following the
Also in October, lunior and Senior girls
played the annual Powderpuff game, and
Seniors won by a score of 32-0. Football
and Volleyball teams continued their sea-
lTop Rightl Powderpuff Practice: Seniors Tammy Holsenbeck, Lori
Stephens, Tammy Harris, Lisa McAllister, Breanna Vanderburg, and Kelly
McAllister practice for the big game.
fBottom Rightl luniors Defeated: lunior Angela Moffitt UMD tries to
score against Seniors who defeated luniors 32-0.
24 - October
The Agony of Defeat: lunior Powderpuff players Renee
Story, Beverly Washington, Ruthy Stephens, Theresa Sims,
Shan Wigley, and Dawn Pierce show their emotions at the
lTop Leftl Eat Pie Eads! lunior Vance Woo-
dard gives Mr. Tommy Eads pie in the face
at halftime at the Pittsburg game after lun-
iors won the Spirit Chain Contest.
tTop Righty Receiving Instructions: Coach
Paul Glover gives instructions to leff Hall df
791 at the Pittsburg game which NL lost 16-
lMiddle Lefty Parents' Night: Parents join
their varsity football players to be intro-
duced prior to the Mt. Vernon football
Resting: Todd Tisdell 13409 and Ronald Hayes dll Sl take a break
while the defense is on the field.
October - 25
Volleyball Team Wins Bi District
November brought the end of football season and
advancement to regional play for the volleyball team
after they defeated New Boston in Bi-District. After
defeating Lake Worth in the regional tournament, the
girls were defeated by Van. Basketball season also
came with November.
Annual bonfire was held the night before the Prairi-
land football game. This was a change from the tradi-
tional Homecoming Bonfire, and it was considered a
College night was held for all juniors and Seniors
who were interested in attending college. Representa-
tives from several colleges and universities were on
hand to assist students in their plans.
The band attended marching contests in Texarkana,
which was a first for the band. Members received a
rating of three for their performance.
On the day before Thanksgiving, the lunior High
Powderpuff Came was cancelled due to the first snow
of the season.
tTopl Bonfire: Unidentified students gaze at the bonfire prior to the
Prairiland football game
tlviiddlej Hillbilly Day! Cheerleaders do a skit in the pep rally before the
Clarksville football game, this was Hillbilly Day
tBottomJ First Snow! Vickie Cheatham, Carol Tschoerner, and Terry
Griffith observe the first snow of the year on the day before
iTop Leftl Ouch! Breanna Vanderburg yanks Brian Brashier's
overalls on Hillbilly Day.
lTop Rightl College Night: David Birdsong and Roger Thompson
look over material from North Texas State University on College
fMiddle Leftl Getting Ready! Volleyball team members get ready
for the Bi-District series with New Boston which they won to
advance to the Regional Tournament.
fMiddle Rightl Happy Birthday! Mr. Darrell White shows off his
gifts on his birthday.
lBottom Leftl Hillbillies! Rae lean Pilkinton, Everly Barr, Denise
Bailey, and Tommy Davidson pose for pictures on Hillbilly Day.
Band Marches in Christmas Parade
December was filled with Christmas related activi-
ties. Christmas parties and ringing bells for the Salvation
Army filled after school hours for members of many
clubs. Sammy Cunningham entertained student body
with his magic, and the band and combined choirs pre-
sented a concert of winter and Christmas music. Band
participated in the Paris Christmas Parade.
Classes were disrupted in order for club pictures to
be taken. Also the junior High Powderpuff game was
finally played, and the eighth grade defeated the sev-
enth grade. Semester exams were given tbe last two
days before school was dismissed for the Christmas
holidays. Students who were exempt from exams
enjoyed a few extra days off for Christmas.
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lTop Righty Two Points! Derwin Starks H1103 attempts a jump shot as
Merritt Williams N343 watches.
lMiddle Lefty Rifle Raffle: Mrs. Linda Stephens and Mr. Stephen
Brown prepare to draw the winner of the rifle which the Athletic
Booster Club raffled off.
lBottom Rightl Key Club Float: junior Varsity Cheerleaders and Chris
Truan ride in the back of the pick-up which pulled the Key Club Float
at the Christmas Parade,
tBottom Leftj Christmas Parade. Flag Corps members Beverly Kin-
slow and Vickie Thompson march in the Christmas Parade.
tTop Lefty lunior High Powderpuff: Eighth Grade Powderpuff
Cheerleaders are Bret Cope, Derrell Fortner, lohn Robert Brown,
and Alan Fouse.
tTop Righty Space Creature? Mrs. Zara McCutcheon participates
in the Paris Christmas Parade.
tMiddle Righty Toys for the Needy: Mrs. Sharon Hindman and
Mrs. Barbara Eatherly pack toys for the Pee Wee Reid Christmas
tMiddle Lefty Food for Needy Families: Miss Theresa Emerson
packs food which junior High Student Council members col-
lected for needy families in the school district,
tBottom Lefty March in Step! Band members john McGee, yackie
Anderson, Rochelle Webb, lulie Cox, and lohn VanNoord march
in the Paris Christmas Parade.
Panthers Defeat Prairiland 52-48
For the third consecutive year, North Lamar
Math and Science Meet was sponsored by Math
Club. All district band try-outs were held at North
Lamar, and 19 band members won chairs. All-Dis-
trict band concert was held in Mt. Vernon. Student
Council sponsored a concert given by Free Fare, a
musical group from Florida.
Basketball season continued throughout lanuary
and February. The big game against Prairiland was
played at Paris High Gym due to a fire that dam-
aged North Lamar Gym. Boys defeated the unde-
feated Patriots to win the first half of district play.
Clubs attended conventions, and this provided a
good excuse for some members to miss school.
The Third Annual Valentine Sweetheart contest,
sponsored by the choir, was held February 13.
Renee VanHoser was chosen High School Sweet-
heart, and Angie Abbott was chosen lunior High
Majorette, flag corps, and drum major tryouts
were held the second week in February.
tTop Rightj Math and Science Meet: Mrs. Lisa Daughtrey registers the Math
Coach from South Grand Prairie at North Lamar Math and Science Meet.
tLeftl Free Fare: Members of Free Fare sing to Teresa Beckham at the concert
they presented to the student body.
tMiddle Rightj Going Up for Two! David Birdsong M401 goes up for two points.
tBottom Rightl Checking the Coffee: Sharon Simpsen and Renee VanHooser
check the coffee at the Math and Science Meet.
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fTop Leftl Research Papers: Senior Rebecca VanNoord and lunior Ginger Hoskins
are hard at work on research papers.
lTop Rightl New Roller Skates: Kim Moss, lana Moore, and Sonya Payne try out
new skates which were purchased for girls' P.E. classes.
tlvtiddlel R2-D2: R2-D2 tBrian Brashierl performs for the student body with
members of Free Fare.
fBottom Leftj Fire Damage: Burned paper and cans are all that were left after the
fire which swept the store room beneath the bleachers in the gym.
tBottom Righty Hot Water Heater? Breaker box and hot water heater are also
damaged in the fire.
lanuary, February - 31
North Lamar Celebrates Tenth Anniversary
On August 1, 1968, a new school was added
to the Red River Valley. lt contained 14 class-
rooms and six offices. On October 15, of the
same year, a gymnasium and cafeteria were
added. The new high school was a consolidation
of the Reno and Powderly High Schools. lt was
appropriately named Powderly-Reno High
ln 1969, Central School District joined the dis-
trict, and its name was changed to North Lamar
Independent School District. During the 1970-71
school year, four classrooms, one agriculture
building, one home economics building, and a
field house were added. Then, in 1974, an Auto
Mechanics Building was added, bringing the total
square footage for the high school to 69,192
ln 1975, the last school joined the district. This
was Chicota Independent School District. ln
1976, an administration building and tax office
were added to the complex.
ln 1974, a junior High School was built on
North Lamar's campus with a total of 5,500
square feet. Finally, in 1975, the school complex's
last building, Everett Elementary school was
added. The total area of this building was 23,984
Faculty members in the 1970-71 school year
numbered 21, at the present time, there are 40
faculty members in the high school.
North Lamar ISD is presently increasing at an
average of one hundred students each year. A
new junior high building has been proposed to
allow for the fast growing enrollment.
Over the past ten years North Lamar has
received numerous awards for both academic
and athletic accomplishments, and has finally
gained recognition as a separate district by the
citizens of Paris. Good faculty, respected admin-
istration, and supportive student body have
made North Lamar the district that it is today.
fTopj School Tour: Brian Brashier shows incoming Freshmen the Vocational
fMiddlej Welcome Exes: Exes from the past ten years attend the
tBottomj Initiation: Tri-Hi-Y members are initiated in front of the high school
32 School History
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lTop Righty Clearing the Bar: Brenda Skeen
makes it over the bar in the high jump.
lLefty Go Panthers! Lisa McAllister urges the
team on to victory.
lMiddle Righty Goal Line Stand: Panther
Defense has held the Winnsboro Red Raid-
ers one more time in the 14-13 victory.
iRighty Practicing: Patti Allen practices
before a volleyball game as Tammy Fair
1Far Righty Duane Cuttrell.
Athletics - 33
Varsity Cheerleaders for 1980-81 are: Patti Mclntyre, Sherri Hudgens, Lisa
McAllister, Mascot Candi Carico, Bobby Fortner, Dee Hillers, and Rochelle
Mascot Has New
Six Varsity cheerleaders and alternate attended S.M.U.
Cheerleading Camp during the summer. For their efforts,
they received four superior and one excellent ribbon. 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 rallies.
Several new activities made this year different from all
others: Cheerleaders designed a new Panther mascot
costume, and the Varsity and lunior Varsity cheerleaders
represented NL in the Paris Christmas Parade. Cheerleaders
also organized new spirit designs for the gym and started a
new tradition in pep rallies with formal openings.
Cheerleading at North Lamar canft be carried off by
anybodyg it takes a special kind of person to support the
team with as much enthusiasm as they did.
tMiddIe Righty Everybody Yell! Patti
Mclntyre announces the next cheer
and urges everyone to participate.
tRightJ Panther Spirit! Mascot Candi
Carico shows her spirit during the Pan-
ther fight song.
tLeftJ A New Trick? Bobby Fortner and Patti
Mclntyre practice a new stunt before a pep
tMiddle Leftl Treats! Varsity Cheerleaders Dee
Hillers, Sherri Hudgens, and Rochelle Webb
pass out gum to the football players and
student body at the Winnsboro pep rally on
tRightJ Is She Hurt? Bobby Fortner, Mr.
Darrell White, and Mrs, Treva Mahan
check Sherri Hudgens out after she falls
from the top of a pyramid,
tLeftJ Victory on Their Mind? Patti
Mclntyre and Sherri Hudgens hang
signs at Sulphur Springs stadium before
the football game.
Cheerleaders - 35
lV Cheerleaders Ride on
Key Club Float
tLefti Participating in a Pep Rally: Kay Bolton, Christie Eastman, Robin Arm-
strong, Brigitte Elmore, and Wendy letton clap to the band's music.
36 f Cheerleaders
Hopi lunior Varsity Cheedeaders for 1980-81 are:
Christie Eastman, Wendy letton, Christi Collier l5tandingJ,
Robin Armstrong, Brigitte Elmore, and Marie johnson,
Qkightl Panther Spirit! l.V. Cheerleaders urge the Panthers
tMiddleJ Crossing the Finish: Eva Ellis crosses the finish line in the
1BottomJ Getting Ready! Pantherettes Tina Starks, Loretta Cooper,
and Eva Ellis prepare for the State Track Meet in Austin.
Members of the 1980 Girls' Track
Team are: Coach Roy Tom Stone,
QFront Rowj Carolene McFrazier,
Tina Starks, Denise Bailey, Sandy
Springer, lana Graves, Eva Ellis,
lBack Rowj Kim Stephens, Cindy
Pardee, Rebecca Van Noord, Kathy
Lynch, Angela Moffitt, Lisa Bickley,
and Loretta Cooper.
Fourth in State
The 1980 Pantherette Track Team started participat-
ing in track meets later than usual due to the number
of members who were also members of the basketball
team which participated in the State Tournament. This
year's team had many Seniors who would compete in
track at NL for the last time. lnjuries plagued the team
as key members were hampered at one time or
another throughout the season.
As usual, Pantherettes won Pantherette Relays and
the District 15-AA Track Meet. Pantherettes suffered a
slight disappointment when they finished Second in the
Regional Track Meet. The State Track Title was once
again a possibility for the Pantherettes, but they
returned home with a Fourth Place Finish.
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tTop Lefty The Winner! Loretta
Cooper crosses the finish line for
first place in the 200 meter run.
iTop Righty Discus: Christie Gibson
hurls the discus at Pantherette
QBottom Lefty Run Angela! Angela Moffit tries for a first place finish in the mile run.
lBottom Rightj Into the Blocks: Coach Paul Trull watches as Angela Moffit gets into
the blocks for the relay.
fTop Leftl A Hard Race: Becca Van Noord gives a sigh of
relief as she finishes the mile run.
tTop Righty Go Denise! Denise Bailey runs for a strong fin-
ish in the 440-yard run.
lBottom Leftl State Track Meet! lana Graves gets the feel of the
track at Memorial Stadium in Austin before her run in the State Track
fBottom Rightj Long lump: lana Graves tries to get another inch
before she lands in her Long lump at Pantherette Relays.
Girls' Track - 39
iRightj Members of the 1980 Boys' Track
Team are: iKneelingj Greg Land, Andra
Burton, Earnest jenkins, Derwin Starks, Carl
johnson, Clint Norwood, Kenneth Webb,
Ernest McCarty, tStandingj Coach Bobby
Anthony, Allen Carter, Bobby Fortner,
Larry Young, Phillip Melton, David
Birdsong, Merritt Williams, Duane Cuttrell,
jeff Hall, and Pat Webb.
The 1980 Boys' Track Team almost repeated
their performance of the previous year. They
couldn't seem to accumulate enough points to
win any meet except the district. Panthers won
their third district championship in four years.
Several members qualified for the Regional
Meet, however only two, Tony Anderson and
Earnest jenkins, managed to place. Tony won
sixth place in the Shot Put, and Earnest won fifth
place in the Hundred Yard Dash. Neither
advanced to the state meet.
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Track Meet in Mt. Vernon.
fMiddle Rightj 100 Meter Run: Derwin Starks and Earnest jenkins gain speed
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tBottom Rightj Who will Win? Allen Carter, David Birdsong, and Bobby
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Boys Win District Meet
tTopl Hurdles: Merritt Williams and Phillip Melton
dash to the finish line after finishing the last hurdle.
tBottomJ lnquiring about an injury? Tony Ander-
son discusses injuries with a Clarksville team mem-
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lRightl Second Place: Kenneth Reed inches in
for a second place finish in the TOO yard dash.
lTopj Members of the 1980 lunior Varsity Track Team are: fKneelingJ Randy
Atnip, Mark Hurst, Randy Russell, Jerry Young, Kenneth Reed, Tommy
Arnold, Chris Truan, Kenneth Morris, lStandingl Coach lon Moss, Terry
Dickerson, Mark Frazar, Keith Draper, Ron Earp, Glenn Berry, Stephen
Brown, Mark Arnold, Sammy Thompson, Kevin Gates, and Pat Webb.
Members of the 1980 Tennis Team are:
tlineelingl Roger Thompson, lon lames, Mike
Bell, Scott Jensen, leff Slagle, Scott Leonard,
L tStandingl Coach lon Moss, Tammie lvy,
Tammy Holsenbeck, Carol Tschoerner, Angela
Moffitt, and lulie VanNoord.
The 1980 Tennis Team sent a member to the
Regional competition for the first time. Holly
Armstrong won second place in district to qualify for
the Regional Tournament. Tammie Ivy and lulie Van
Noord were third place in district in doubles
competition. ln boys' competition, Roger Thompson
and leff Slagle won third place in doubles play.
lLeftJ Retum: Mike Bell returns a serve to his opponent.
tRightl Practice: Carol Tschoerner practices her serve.
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Members of the 1980 Girls' Golf Team are: Deanna Wall, Coach
Darrell White, and Stacie Bush.
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44 o Baseball
The North Lamar Baseball team had another super season in 1980.
The Panthers won the district title with a 5-1 win over Commerce. Pan-
thers opponent in Bi-District play proved to be a tough Linden-Kildare
Tiger Team. Panthers played well, but the tigers scored when they
needed to in order to win two games of the three game series. Panthers
still won their second consecutive district championship with a season
record of 17 wins and 7 losses.
Making First Team All-District were Billy Rosson, Roger Bryan, Tony
Allen, Bryant Robbins, and Cliff Chadwick. Making Second Team All-Dis-
trict were Doug Fouse, Tony Anderson, and Tony Allen.
fTop Lefty Bunt: Billy Walling prepares to bunt the ball in game with Valliant which the
Panthers won 443.
lMiddle Leftl Strike 1: Cliff Chadwick pitches against Linden-Kildare in the Bi-District game
which the Panthers won 4-3.
lkightj Safe! Doug Fouse slides safely into Home Plate in the Bi-District series with Linden-
lBottom Leftj Strike Out? Tony Anderson strikes at the ball in the Bi-District series with
Members of the 1980 Varsity Football Team are: tSeatedJ Ronald Hayes, Rodney Green, Kelvin Branch, Todd Tisdell, Kenneth Webb, Mark
Dangerfield, Ernest McCarty, Kenneth Reed, Derwin Starks, 12nd Rowl Clint Norwood, Scott lensen, Roger Bryan, Cliff Chadwick, Larry Ridens,
' Marty Sharrock, Mark Arnold, Mark Nelson, lohn Anderson, 13rd Rowl Robert Walker, Randy Atnip, Keith Draper, Duane Cuttrell, Tony Ander-
son, Stacy Neal, leff Hall, Greg McNabb, Coach Bobby Anthony, Coach Sonny Templeton, Coach Paul Glover, tTop Rowl Robert Skinner, Doug
Fouse, Todd Stephens, Kurt Routon, Eric johnson, Stephen Brown, Greg Land, Mike Owens, and Coach Alden George.
Panthers Win Homecoming 45-12
North Lamar opened the season on the road against Sulphur . lifl wif lrl tlll
Springs Wildcats. Going into halftime, the Panthers had a 7-6 itii . M ,,,,,
advantage over the Wildcats. In the second half, both teams ,,y, ,,i,, llil llsf
scored again, but a two-point conversion put the Wildcats in the . ,,,, liii
lead. Panthers were defeated 14-13.
The Bonham Warriors were the Panther opponents at the first
home game of the season. The score was tied at halftime with one
touchdown each. Panthers scored the only points of the second
half, The Panther defense played outstandingly resulting in a 13-7
The Panthers traveled to Hughes Springs to play the Mustangs
the third game of the season. Panthers scored on their first posses-
sion after the Mustangs failed on an onside kick. As the Panthers
continued to put points on the board, Coach Glover put in the
second team at the beginning of the second half. Panthers headed
home with a 39-14 victory under their belts.
The Hooks Hornets were the Panthers' opponents as they trav-
eled again. Panthers were given many opportunities to score, but
they only took advantage of three of them. Panthers led 7-0 at
halftime. They played better the second half as they scored two
more touchdowns to bring their total to 22. The final score was
Panthers hosted Trinity Christian Trojans for Homecoming and
seemed to be playing right as they led 25-6 at halftime. Panthers
had a total of 497 total yards for the night, and both offense and
defense played well, and they wrapped up another victory of 45-
The Pittsburg Pirates traveled to North Lamar to start play after
open week. Panthers played very hard and extremely well, but the
big, fast Pittsburg team roved to be too much for them. Panthers
were shut out 16-O by the Second State Ranked Pittsburg Team.
46 0 Football
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tTop Leftj Hopes of Victory: Coach Sonny Templeton hopes fo: victory before
the game with Sulphur Springs which Panthers lost 14-13.
tTop Rightl Extra Yardage: Kenneth Webb 15201 picks up extra yardage in the
13-7 victory over Bonham.
tBottom Rightj Completion? Doug Fouse 15851 attempts to catch a pass in the
22-O victory over Hooks.
tBottom Leftl A New Game Plan: Coach Paul Glover instructs the offense in the
victory over Bonham.
Panthers played at home again as Mt. Vernon Tigers traveled
to NL. The score was 27-O at the half, and Mt. Vernon's bad luck
continued as they ended the game with a -14 yards. Panthers
put together a super team effort and did no wrong as they sent
the Tigers home with a 53-0 defeat.
On the road again, Panthers met the Winnsboro Red Raiders.
Due to super defensive plays, the Panthers led 14-0 at the half.
The second half belonged to Red Raiders as they scored two
touchdowns. The game was a fight to the finish, and the Pan-
thers came out on top 14-13.
Clarksville Tigers were the next opponent, as the Panthers went on
the road for the last time. Panthers took advantage of Tiger mistakes
and led 8-0 at halftime. Tigers came from behind in the last quarter and
sent the Panthers home defeated 16-11.
As tradition goes, Prairiland Patriots traveled to NL for the last game
of the season. Panthers played well as all three backs gained over 100
yards rushing, and the team defeated the Patriots 32-14.
Panthers finished the season with a 7-3 record. It was a good season
for North Lamar students and the Panther Team.
Football 0 47
Coach Alden George gives
instructions to the defense in
the 34-14 victory over
lTop Leftj First Aid: Coach Alden George administers
first aid to Kurt Routon during the Mt. Vernon game.
lTop Rightj First Down: Ronald Hayes lffl Sl throws a
pass in the loss to Sulphur Springs.
lkightl Down! Set! Robert Skinner Ui58J prepares to
center the ball in the Hughes Springs victory.
lTop Lefty Out for the Season: Greg McNabb
watches the Winnsboro game despite his knee
lBottom Lefty Fumble! Randy Atnip lll52y jars
loose a fumble from a Mt. Vernon player in the
lTop Righty Defense: Defensive team members watch for singals
lMiddle Righty Back for a Pass: Ronald Hayes llf15y goes back for a pass
in the 16-0 loss to Pittsburg.
lBottom Righty Goalline Stand: Panther Defense holds Winnsboro one
more time in the 14-13 victory over Winnsboro.
Football v 49
lTop Rightl Game Strategy: Roger Bryan H1823 receives game
strategy from Coach Paul Glover.
lLeftl First Down? Kenneth Webb 13201 goes for a first down in
the 53-0 victory over Mt. Vernon.
Uvtiddle Rightj Hut! Robert Skinner N581 center prepares to hike
the ball to Ronald Hayes in the 32-14 victory over Prairiland.
50 - Football
Getting out of the Hole: Panthers attempt to get out of the hole in the
16-11 loss to Clarksville.
Freshmen Defeat Bonham 24-0
Members of the junior Varsity Football Team are: fFront Rowj Rodney White, Eric Dangerfield, Neal Smith, Lee Ray, Billy Walling, Randy
Basinger, Brad Collard, Stephen McFatridge, fSecond Rowj Paul Stephens, Frederick Ellis, jerry Young, Scott Henson, Ronn Earp, Chris Truan,
Kenny Helm, jimmy Brown, Patrick Webb, fThird Rowj Ron Briscoe, Thomas Arnold, johnny Young, Dud Peel, Sheradon Carter, Lee Kennemer,
Curtis Wright, Craig Reynolds, Curlese Webb, Coach jon Moss, lBack Rowj B. j. Templeton, Roland Hayes, Glenn Berry, Stacy Williams, Kenneth
Morris, Sammy Thompson, David Washington, Mike Green, jeff Draper, and jay Brown.
Members of the Freshman Football Team are: fFront Rowj Rodney Williams, Danny Hoskins, joseph Hoskins, Danny Green, Thad McEntyre,
Scotty Byers, Marty Grayson, fSecond Rowj joe David White, Sean Mobley, Leon jackson, jeff Ford, Brett Taylor, Chad Stephens, Billy Lawler,
en Pasteka, fThird Rowj Todd Fendley, Loren Spethman, joey Carico, Don Garner, Glenn Brown, Gerald Henderson, Glen Young, Allan
McGuire, Wesley Mitchell, fBack Rowj Coach Sonny Templeton, Felix johnson, jodie Carroll, jerry Smallwood, Terry Ridens, Ronald Young, Chad
Garrett, james Boyd, Billy Poole, Paul Ray Spencer, and Coach Alden George.
Football 0 51
Freshmen Defeat Winnsboro 18-0
lTop Rightj Stopping the Gain: Sulphur Springs players stop
Chad Stephens 15331.
lLeftj Sending in Plays: Freshman lerry Smallwood 15421 gets
the next play from Coach Alden George.
Uvliddle Rightj Offense: Freshman offense comes out of the
huddle for the next play.
lBottom Righty Grinding out Yards: l.V. Player Curlese Webb Q
H201 Carries the ball for short yardage as Stacy Williams 0'f47l
52 0 Football
fTopJ Centering the Ball: Freshman loe David
White centers the football in the game with
lMiddleJ Stopping the Play: Freshman team
members are stopped by Paris High School
fBottoml Scrimmage: l.V. team members
scrimmage Hugo in their first outing of the season
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from the sidelines.
Football - 53
etters Defeat New Boston in Bi-District
lTop Rightj I've Got lt! Robin Armstrong hits the ball over the net in a l.V.
fLeftJ Practice: Melissa Mahan practices her bump before a Volleyball Game
as loan Hillers and Denise Bailey watch.
lMiddle Rightj Substitution: Denise Bailey M141 goes in for Sherri Hudgens Ui
221 in the Bi-District game with New Boston.
fBottom Righty Congratulating Each Other: Varsity Volleyball Team
members and Coach Elaine Townsend congratulate one another after a win
against New Boston.
54 - Volleyball
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Ann Self, Ruth VanNoord, and loan Hillers watch.
lTop Righty Good Play! Kathy Lynch congratulates Denise Bailey for her good play.
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tBottom Leftl Good Retum: Brenda Skeen returns the ball to her opponent as Angela
Moffitt 15281 and Sherri Hudgens 13221 watch.
Volleyball 0 55
JV Wins District Crown w
Members of the Varsity Volleyball Team are: Manager Shelley Davis, Sherri Hudgens, Kathy Lynch, Vicki Chapman,
Breanna Vanderburg, Kelly McAllister, Tammie Ivy, Angela Moffitt, Brenda Skeen, and Coach Elaine Townsend.
Endless hours of after school prac-
ticing paid off for both Varsity and
junior Varsity Volleyball Teams. The
Junior Varsity won the District Crown
with only four losses. The Varsity l
Team also stole the district crown
and advanced to Bi-District Play and l
defeated New Boston to win a berth .
in the Regional Tournament. The l
Team took Second Place in Region .
losing to Van after defeating Lake
Worth. Tammie Ivy, Brenda Skeen, .
Angela Moffitt, and Breana Vander- T
burg made All-District Team. l
Members of the l.V. Volleyball Team are: lFront Rowj Ann Self, Ruth VanNoord,
1Middle Rowj Manager Diane Wisley, Denise Bailey, Robin Armstrong, loan Hillers, 1
Tammy Fair, lBack Rowj Tia Mitchell, Karon Spann, Cindy Pardee, Patty Allen, Mel-
issa Mahan, and Coach Elaine Townsend.
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lTopl Members of the Varsity Girls' Basketball Team are: Lisa Bickley, Brenda Skeen, Tammie lvy,
Bronis Ramsey, Michele Darnell, Breana Vanderburg, Denise Bailey, and Coach Roy Tom Stone.
tLeftJ Get That Ball! Lisa Bickley M221 attempts to get the ball from Prairiland players.
Girls' Basketball Team in 1980 won the Regional Tournament by defeating
both Whitehouse and Northwest. This followed their defeat of Pittsburg in Bi-
District Play. Pantherettes advanced to the state playoffs for the first time
ever, however, they fell to Hayes Consolidated by a score of 42-36. This was
the first time ever for the Pantherettes.
The 1981 season, however, was not so successful. In the first half of district
play, Pantherettes defeated Winnsboro, Clarksville, and Mt. Vernon.
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1980 Girls Are Fourth in State
lTopJ Reviewing the Game Plan: Coach
Roy Tom Stone discusses the game plan
with varsity team members in the game
which Pantherettes lost to Prairiland 30-33.
58 0 Girls' Basketball
fLeftl Taking the Ball down the Court: Brenda Skeen M203 dribbles the ball down the court.
tllightl Defending the Goal: Michele Darnell 01205, Brenda Skeen 10205, and Denise Bailey 01321
try to prevent a Prairiland player from shooting,
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guard the lane.
CMiddle Left1 Disappointment: Brenda Skeen 01201, Bronis Ramsey 01421, and
Denise Bailey 15321 show their disappointment after a foul.
fRight1 Moving the Ball: Denise Bailey 13321 dribbles the ball down the court.
fBottom Left1 Rebound! Pantherette team members go for the rebound.
Girls Basketball - 59
Uopl Members of the Girls' l.V. Basketball Team are: Angie Anderson, lulie
Sherrer, Angela Moffitt, Candi Carico, Kim Cope, Ruth VanNoord, Ann Self,
'Kim Cope, Ruth VanNoord, Ann Self, Vonda McFrazier, Karen Bean,
Margaret Cooper, and Coach Sheila Daughtrey and Patty Allen.
fLeft1 lump Ball! Lisa Bickley lff22l attempts to knock the ball into the hands
of a teammate.
lMiddle Rightl Down the Court: Brenda Skeen qifzol moves the ball down
lBottom Rightl Preventing a Score: Pantherettes try to prevent a Prairiland
60 0 Girls' Basketball
fTopJ Members of the Varsity Boys' Basketball Team are: Cliff Chadwick, Rodney Green,
Tommy Stripland, Merritt Williams, David Birdsong, Phillip Melton, Kenneth Morris, Danny
Dollins and Coach Roy Tom Stone.
fLeftJ Attempting a pass: Roland Hayes M301 attempts to pass the ball as teammate Todd
McDonald 10141 watches.
Boys' Basketball Team upset Prairiland's undefeated 24-O record to
win first half of District Play. At the end of the first half of district, Boys'
held a 5-0 district record.
ln tournament play, boys won the Leonard tournament by defeating
Trenton, Leonard, and Bonham.
Boys defeated Prairiland 58-53 in district play off to capture the Dis-
trict title. In Bi-District play, they defeated Linden-Kildare 54-50. Panters
won the Regional Tournament by defeating Whitehouse 65-53 and
Bowie 64-61. ln the state tournament, they defeated Van Vleck 64-61,
but lost to Rice - Altair 56-52 in state finals.
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tTop Rightj Defense: Rodney Green M231 and David Birdsong 01401
attempt to prevent the other team from throwing the ball in bounds.
tLeftl Break in the Action: Derwin Starks UHOJ, David Birdsong 13401, and
Merritt Williams M341 take a break during a game.
tMiddle Rightl Practice shots: Freshman Billy Lawler tff34l takes practice
shots as Craig Bailey M321 watches.
tBottom Lefty Preventing the pass: Danny Dollins attempts to prevent an
62 v Boys' Basketball
lTop Leftl Rebound: Rodney Creen WZBJ goes for the rebound.
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fTop Rightj Fast Break: Cliff Chadwick M253 dribbles the ball down the court in a fast
Uvliddle Leftl Assist: Todd McDonald 01145 passes the ball to Sammy Thompson H1241 in an
attempt to SCOF9,
Uvtiddle Righty One Point: Merritt Williams H1343 shoots the ball in an attempt to score a
fLeftl lay Up: Cliff Chadwick lunges through the sky for a lay up.
Boys' Basketball s 63
Boys Defeat Pittsburg 63-49
iTopJ Members of the l.V. Boys' Basketball team are: Billy Walling, Todd McDonald,
Rpland Hayes, Sammy Thompson, David Washington, B. l. Templeton, Ron Briscoe,
David Tschoerner, and Coach lon Moss.
tMiddleJ Members of the Freshman Boys' Basketball Team are: fFront Rowl Stan
Phipps, Craig Bailey, Mike Moore, Mark jones, Chad Garrett, Billy Lawler, fBack Rowj
Ron Howard, Glen Young, Felix johnson, Glenn Brown, Ioey Carico, and Coach lon
fllightl Free Throw: Ron Howard 15401 attempts a free throw in the game against Paris
64 - Boys' Basketball
fTop Righty Flag Corps Camp: Vickie
Thompson, Sharon Simpsen, and Kelly
Weddle pose at Flag Corps Camp.
iMiddle Rightj Tri-Hi-Y Initiation: junior Tri-
Hi-Y members are initiated by senior mem-
iLeftl OEA Banquet: Deanna Wall presents
an award to an employer at the annual
OEA Banquet last spring.
lBottom Middlel Waiting for the Pep Rally:
Majorettes await their turn to march in at a
Friday pep rally.
iBottom Righty Beta President Allen Carter
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Organizations . 65
66 . Band
Members of the 1980-81 Marching and Concert Band are: Maiorettes: Deanna Wall, Shannon Armstrong, Sarah Bratcher, Anita Burks, Renee Story, Carol Cohn,
fFront Rowj Carol Tschoerner, Cae Crowell, Teresa Beckham, Dee Hillers, Tammie McMonigle, Vicki Chapman, Randy Perryman, Donna Clarkson, Trava Coston,!
Tammy Holsenbeck, Teresa Ray, lSecond Rowl Brent Hay, Marla Wilson, Angela Moffitt, Ruthy Stephens, Caroline Coston, Lisa Nichols, Dave DeGraff, lohn Loftin,
Vanatta Conaway, leana Townsend, Shan Wigley, lThird Rowj Sharon Truan, Rhonda Moore, Michele Dennis, Becky Fuller, Tamara Smith, Will Ledbetter, Rusty Skid-f
more, Rosanna Reed, Chad Coursey, limmy McGhee, Tony Bolyard, Christie Gibson, jeff Chapman, Candy Waggoner, Kim Stephens, fFourth Rowl Diane Willman
Kristi King, Rodney Hancock, Tim Barnes, Thad McEntyre, Mike Mitchell, Vance Temple, Rebecca VanNoord, Scott Bell, Richard Watson, Teresa Smith, Brent Camp-
bell, Harvey Spencer, loan Hillers, Curtis Garrett, Sherman Franklin, lFifth Rowl lohn McGee, Charlie Cohn, lohn VanNoord, Rochelle Webb, julie Cox, jackie Ander-,
son, Tony Moody, Alan Vanderburg, John Maxcy, leff Perryman, Brad Green, jeff Kahlich, Craig Shew, Earl Woods, Mrs. Rhonda Morris, Mr. Dave Clark, Flag Corps: l
Lisa Slagle, Beverly Kinslow, Molly Taylor, Tracy Burgin, Tammy Smallwood, Angela Montgomery, Renee VanHooser, Kelly Weddle, Staci Shawhart, Lisa Robbins,Q
Vickie Thompson, and Sharon Simpsen. l
Iwo Drum ,
Majors Lead 1
New challenges came in 1980-81 l
for the Panther marching band. For l
the first time the band performed in a l
marching contest in Texarkana and 1
rated a three. Members also sold
candy and birthday calendars to raise
money for a trip to Galveston for a
playing contest in the spring.
The newly formed Band Booster
Club was in charge of all concession .
Band Officers for 1980-81 are: lFront Rowl Trava Coston, Secretary, Marla Wilson, Presi-
dent, Richard Watson, Vice-President, fBack Rowj Dee Hillers, Secretary, Brent Hay, Trea-
surer, Teresa Ray, Treasurerp Donna Clarkson, Reporter, Tammy Holsenbeck, Historian,
and Rochelle Webb, Chaplain.
stands this year.
Members marched in the Paris and
Blossom Christmas parades and per-
formed a Christmas Concert for the 1
student body. Richard Watson was
selected for the All-Region Band.
National Anthem: Richard Watson presents the
national anthem in the pregame show at a home
1Top Leftl Drum Majors for 1980-81 are: Teresa Ray and Tammy Holsenbeck.
fTop Righty Boosting Spirit: Band members play for all pep rallys.
fMiddle Rightl Pregame Show: Band members present their pregame show which
was an added attraction at Panther home games this year,
iBottom Righty Seniors: Senior Band Members Kelly Weddle, Vickie Thompson,
Deanna Wall, Renee VanHooser, Sharon Simpsen, Shannon Armstrong, Tammy
Holsenbeck, Teresa Ray, Becca VanNoord, Scott Bell, lohn McGee, Rochelle
Webb, and Marla Wilson are recognized at halftime at the last game of the season
Band . 67
fLeftJ Waiting: Band members wait for halftime so that they can present
Uvtiddle Righty Honoring Dmm Majors:
Assistant Band Director Mrs. Rhonda
Morris presents Senior Drum majors
Tammy Holsenbeck and Teresa Ray
with awards at halftime of the Prairiland
QTop Righty New Beginning: Richard
Watson and Drummers prepare to play
the National Anthem which is the new
beginning for all pep rallys,
QBottom Righty Homecoming: Band
members and Maiorettes present their
half time show at the Homecoming
68 . Band
Majorettes started their marching
season in july when they went to
camp at Kilgore junior College to
learn routines for the season. Also
they sponsored a bake sale and TV
raffle which provided money for
new uniforms. In mid-football season,
a new majorette, Cae Crowell, was
selected to replace Anita Burks.
Under the supervision of head major-
ette, Shannon Armstrong, the major-
ettes were an asset to all halftime
fTopl Maiorettes For 1980-81 are: Deanna Wall, Cae Crowell, Renee
Story, Sarah Bratcher, Shannon Armstrong, Head Majorette, and
Carol Cohn fKneelingj.
Uvtiddle Leftl Attention: Majorette Deanna Wall stands at attention
while the band performs its halftime show.
Middle Rightl Doing her part: Freshman Majorette Cae Crowell does
her part at the beginning of a Friday pep rally.
lBottom Leftl Concentration: Majorettes concentrate on cheering
the Panthers to victory in the football game with Clarksville.
Majorettes . 69
Uvtiddle Righty Fighting the Cold: Majorettes Renee Story and Cae Crowell attempt to
keep warm at the football game with Winnsboro.
lTop Righty A Good Performance: Majorette Shannon Armstrong concludes her
routine at a home football game.
1Bottom Righty Try Outs! Majorette Carol Cohn does her routine to try out for
majorette during the spring of 1980.
70 . Majorettes
Marching Into the Gym: Majorettes march into the gym to begin a Friday pep
Flag Corp Attends Camp at UTA
iTopl Flag Corps Members for 1980-81 are: lFront Rowj Molly Taylor,Lisa Slagle,
Angela Montgomery, Beverly Kinslow, lMiddle Rowl Ruthy Stephens, Tammy
Smallwood, Tracy Burgin, Lisa Robbins, lBack Rowl Kelly Weddle Captain, Vickie
Thompson, Sharon Simpsen, and Renee VanHooser Co-captain.
lBottom Leftl Trophy Winning Performance: Flag Corps members perform their
routine at camp which won them a trophy.
fllightl Ready! Co-Captain Renee Van
Hooser is ready for the pep rally to
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Smallwood pose after a fashion
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Rightj Kicking Up Their Heels:
Flag Corps members kick up
their heels to a routine at the
Hillbilly Day Pep Rally.
lLef0 Models? Molly Taylor,
Sharon Sim sen and Tamm
show at camp.
Flag Corps huddle to keep
warm at the football game in
lBottom Rightj Posing: Flag Corps members Vickie Thompson and Sharon
Simpsen pose with their instructor at camp.
tBottom Leftj Entertainment: Flag Corps entertain the student body with a
routine to "Dim all the Lights" at a pep rally.
Flag Corps had twelve members this year.
Tryouts were held early so that girls would
have time to practice before camp which was
at the University of Texas at Arlington in july.
Members received a third-place trophy at the
end of the week's performance. Ruthy Ste-
phens replaced Staci Shawhart in Flag Corps
before marching contest. Fund raisers pro-
vided money for new football game suits, Fri-
day suits, and pep rally suits. Flag corps was an
asset to the band on the field with its routines
made up by Kelly Weddle and Renee Van-
Beta lnitiates Freshmen April 22 ,
Beta Officers are: fSeatedl Allen Carter, President, Kelly Weddle,
Vice-President, Teresa Ray, Secretary, tStandingl Sharon Simpsen,
Treasurer, Angela Moffitt, Reporter, and Rochelle Webb, Chap-
tTopJMembers of the 1980-81 Beta Club are: tFront Rowj Sonya Payne,
Susan Leonard, Melissa Anderson, Virginia Beshirs, Kenda Morton, Ginny
lones, Kathy Lynch, Teresa Ray, leana Townsend, Rochelle Webb, janet
Pryor, Trava Coston, Renee VanHooser, Shannon Armstrong, Tammy
Basinger, Vickie Cheatham, 12nd Rowj Gina Raney, Darcie Asche, Kath-
leen Maginn, Carol Tschoerner, Marc White, Liz Sugg, Robin Armstrong,
Christie Eastman, LeaAnne Smith, Randy Perryman, Charlotte Menasco,
Wendy Brunson, lulie Cox, Kelly Weddle, Vicky Smallwood, Laura
Pasteka, Tamara McDowell, 13rd Rowl Lauren Chadwick, Angela Mof-
fitt, Candi Carico, Chard Coursey, lana Moore, Denise Bailey, Tammie
lvy, Michele Darnell, Stacie Bush, Scott Leonard, Vance Woodard,
Theresa Sims, Mickey Russell, Bruce Bullard, Teneka Moree, Kim Bullard,
Sharon Truan, Patricia Maginn, QBack Rowl Sponsor Sheila Daughtrey,
Cliff Chadwick, Sharon Simpsen, Glenna Lane, Alan Vanderburg, Kelvin
Brach, Will Ledbetter, Sohn Hullinger, Duane Cuttrell, Kurt Routon, Todd
Stephens, Kim Stephens, leff Draper, Craig Reynolds, Brent Hay, Scott
lensen, Allen Carter, and Sponsor Charlotte Glover.
National Beta Club is an honor organization for stu-
dents in high school who have maintained a grade point
average of 4.0. Beta Club had a total of 67 members this
year, and Freshmen were not to be initiated until April 22.
Fund raising projects consisted of the annual Ham-
burger Supper and selling carnations on Valentine's. Serv-
ice projects included ringing bells for the Salvation Army
at Christmas and helping to raise funds for the Willow-
creek Foster Home.
Twelve members and two sponsors attended the Beta
Convention on january 23 and 24 in Fort Worth. Mem-
bers were chosen through use of a point system.
Beta tied with Tri-Hi-Y to win first place in Homecoming
lRighty Enjoying themselves: Beta members
74 . Beta
lTop Lefty Displaying Her Chords: Graduating Senior
Holly Armstrong displays her Beta Chords as she
marches down the aisle on graduation night.
lTop Righty All Beta Members! All of the top Four
1980 graduates were Beta members. They are ludy
Draper, Fourth in Class, lana Graves, Third in Class,
Tracie Weddle, Salutatorian, and Melanie Truan,
Valedictorian. lMiddle Righty College Night: Beta
member Cliff Chadwick talks to the representatives
from Texas ASM at College Night.
Kim Stephens, leana Townsend, and
Sharon Truan take a break on College
Twelve Members Attend Convention
State Champion! Beta member jeff Draper receives
his state championship in Number Sense award in Aus-
tin at the State UIL Meet.
iLeftJ Decorating For
members Sohn Hullinger
and Duane Cuttrell assist
Mrs. Charlotte Glover in
hanging a curtain for the
Ready for Graduation: Beta Tawana Westbrooks is ready
for graduation wearing her gold chords.
Beta . 75
jazz Band is Organized
Members of the newly organized lazz Band are: lFront Rowj limmy McGhee, Michelle Dennis, Tony Bolyard, Kim Stephens, Rhonda Moore,
leana Townsend, Shan Wigley, lMiddIe Rowj Richard Watson, Rebecca VanNoord, Scott Bell, Chad Coursey, Teresa Smith, Sherman Franklin,
Harvey Spencer, Curtis Garrett, lBack Rowl Director Dave Clark, Sharon Truan, Tony Moody, David Smalley, Alan Vanderburg, lohn Maxcy, and
Members of the Blue-Ettes are: Cheryl Gibson, Melanie Young, Kristin Newman, 12nd Rowj Susan Worley,
Monti Howard, Alice Land, Kim Lawler, l3rd Rowj Chariot Sims, Pamela Sims, Melissa Vanderburg, Kara Ste-
phens, Dana Rodgers, fBack Rowl Sponsor Latana Long, Sandy Landers, Leslie Box, Suzy Moore, Mitzi Arm-
strong, and Tia Mitchell.
76 . Band, Choir
DECA Sells Calendars
Members of the DE II Class are: lFront Rowj Helen
Walker, Carla Foster, Cindy Christian, Sheri Fleming, Laura
Allison, lMiddle Rowl Cindy Moss, Terry Brooks, Bryce
Oliver, Terry Freeman, Christi Gibson, lBack Rowj Scott
Washington, Harlan King, Lee Kennemer, Donny Moree,
and Toni Crowley.
Members of the DE I Class are: QSeatedl Gary Broadway, Curtis
Wright, Mark Cowlinshaw, lStandingl Laura Colvin, Renee Wall,
Craig Huffman, Diane Hodges, and Gina Strickland.
Members of the DE III Class are: fSeatedl Ragina
Flenniken, Laura Sparks, Donna Williamson, lStandingl
jerry Chaney, Merwin Moss, Carl Brown, Jeff Slagle,
and Lynn Hood.
DECA Officers are: lSeatedJ Laura Sparks, President, Craig Huffman,
Vice-President, Laura Colvin, Secretary, lStandingl Curtis Wright,
Treasurer, Toni Crowley, Reporter, Gina Strickland, Historian, Lee
Kennemer, Parliamentarian, and Mark Cowlishaw and Renee Wall,
Student Council Representatives.
DECA . 77
78 . FFA
Marc White ls District Gfficer
Members of the Agriculture Co-op Class are: lSeatedl Salvador Raissez, Lee McDonald, Tammy Basinger, Jeff Sullivan
lStandingl Marty Sharrock, lerry McDowell, Tommy Stripland, lohnny Exum, Brad Threadgill, and Chuck Lowry.
Future Farmers of America Officers are: BJ. Templeton, Secretary,
Barry laneway, President, Billy Walling, Vice-President, lStandingl lay
Armstrong, Treasurer, Steven McFatridge, Reporter, Patty Mclntyre,
Sweetheart, Ronn Earp, Sentinel, and Dud Peel, Student Advisor.
Future Farmers of America Greenhand Officers are: lSeated
Chapman, Vice-Pres., Doug laneway, President, Mike Moore,
tary, lStandingl lim Parker, Treasurer, Scotty Byers, Reporter
Howard, Sentinel, and Ben Pasteka, Student Adviser.
Members of the Fifth Period Agriculture II Class are: tFront Rowj Gary Lassiter, Danny Mounce,
lay Armstrong, Katrena Cook, fMiddle Rowl David Smalley, Randy Basinger, Patrick Webb, Brad
Collard, Leroy Reavis, fBack Rowl Greg Land, Keith Brockway, Curlese Webb, Terry Bowman,
and Craig Dabbs.
lTopl Members of the Agriculture Ill
Class are: flfront Rowl Mark Arnold,
Peanut Smyers, Terry Dickerson, lohn
Anderson, Marc White, lMiddle Rowl
David Washington, Larry Ridens, Ernest
McCarty, limmy Brown, BJ, Templeton,
Billy Walling, lBack Rowl Mike Green,
Richard Estes, Robert Walker, Rodney
Green, Ronald Hayes, Stephen Brown,
and Chris Truan.
tMiddlel Members of the Fourth Period
Agriculture ll Class are: fFront Rowzl
Charles Reed, Daniel Womack, Rodney
White, Thomas Arnold, David Bickley,
Mickey Russell, fSecond Rowl Teddy
McMonigle, john Maxcy, Howard
Woods, Mike Fleming, Sheradon
Carter, Barry laneway, Terry Freeman,
lBack Rowj Kenny Helm, Steven
McFatridge, Ronn Earp, Harlan King,
Scott Birdsong, lohnny Young, and
FFA . 80
tTopj Members of the First
Period Agriculture I Class
are: fFront Rowj Stan Phipps,
Chad Stephens, Bret Taylor,
Kyle Smith, Odis White,
tMiddle Rowj joe David
White, Ben Pasteka, Greg
Hollis, LeAndra Border,
Danny Green, Lee Allison,
QBack Rowj joey Carico,
Brad Sugg, Paul Ray Spencer,
Larry Young, jody Carroll,
and Marvin Crouch.
Members of the Second Period
Agriculture I Class are: fFront Rowj
Kenny Dollins, Bryan Brown, Mike
Moore, Marty Hicks, Scotty Byers,
jim Parker, Mike Mitchell, lMiddle
Rowj Mark jones, Ron Howard, Billy
Poole, jerry Young, jeff Ford, jeff
Chapman, tBack Rowj jerry
Smallwood, Tim Ritchey, Terry
Ridens, Chad Garrett, john Loftin,
David DeGraff, and Dave lzzo.
Members of the Third Period
Agriculture l Class are: tFront Rowj
Danny Hoskins, joe Hoskins, Becky
Carroll, Michael Atnip, Kenneth
Broadway, Craig Shew, lMiddle
Rowj jeff Kahlich, Doug McCloure,
Tammy Pratt, Doug janeway, Craig
Bailey, jeff Kinslow, fBack Rowj
Tracy McMonigle, Leon jackson,
Barry Springer, Wesley Mitchell,
Don Garner, Rodney Lloyd, and
Members of the Fourth Period Agriculture I Class are: fFront Rowj Lisa Foster, David Tschoerner, Randy
Yates, Leo McCann, Lisa Nichols, QMiddle Rowj Ray Dooley, Laura lzzo, Lance Woods, Paul Woods,
Brad Green, Dona Meyers, tBack Rowj Billy Dicken, Ricky Woods, jimmy Hyatt, Hayden Foster, Marl
Parson, and jack Dennis.
CV E Serves Teachers' Lunches
fLef0 CVAE Officers are: iSeatedJ Sheketha Sanders, President, Mar-
garet Cooper, Vice-President, Mandy Hicks, Secretary, Tina Blevins,
Treasurer, Linda Bailey, Treasurer, Linda Brodie, Reporter, and
Tammy Hardy, Student Council Representative.
tTopl CVAE Members are: fFront Rowl Mandy Hicks, Linda Bro-
die, Margaret Cooper, TJ, Blevins, lBack Rowl Sandy Watson,
Sheila Ballard, Debbie Mullens, Tammy Hardy, Linda Bailey, Marie
lohnson, and Terra Franklin.
fBottom Rightl Award Winner: CVAE member Debbie Mullens
receives an award as Outstanding CVAE Student at the annual
CVAE . 81
82 . HECE
HECE Has New Sponsor
HECE Members are: lFront Rowl Lori Stephens, Barbara McCracken, Debbie Mullens, Priscilla Draper, Annie Finch, Cynthia Brown,
lMiddle Rowl Lisa Allen, Shirley Lamb, Kelly Morris, Tina Smith, lerry McDonald, Neva Gentry, Melodie Todd, fBack Rowl Sponsor
ludy Weatherford, Melanie Draper, Denise King, Dawn Pierce, Scott Moree, Manuel Kilpatrick, Robbie Newberry, and Georgia
Admiring Her Award: Cindy Spann and Mrs. Treva
Mahan admire the plaque which Cindy received for being
outstanding HECE Student at the 1980 FHA Banquet.
HECE Officers are: lSeatedl Robbie Newberry, President,
Scott Moree, Vice-President, and Debbie Mullens, Secre-
Members of the Senior Chapter of Future Homemakers of America are: iFront Rowl Ginger Hoskins, Teresa Foster, Virginia
Beshirs, Tamara McDowell, Lisa Healey, Candy Waggoner, fMiddIe Rowj Kathy lustice, Lauren hadwick, An ie Thomas, Christie
eryBarr Ann ef Merritt Wi liams,
Gibson, Lisa Allen, Debbie Mullens, lBack Rowl Sponsor Kathleen Williams, lerry McDonald, Ev I , S I , ' 'I
uture Homemakers of America Officers are: lFront Rowl Candy Waggoner, Senior Chapter
President, lulie Sherrer, junior Chapter President, Angie Anderson, Fourth Vice-President, Deb-
bie Mullens, Vice-President of Projects, iBack Rowl Kris Cheatham, Fifth Vice-President, Ann
Self, Secretary, Lisa Healey, Treasurer, Brigitte Elmore, Historian, Virginia Beshirs, Parliamenta-
rian, Lisa Slagle, Sargeant at Arms, and Tammy Haynes and Tammy Fair, Student Council Rep-
Future Homemakers of America
sold candy, collected stamps, and
rang bells for the Salvation Army
this year. These projects allowed
members to attend the state
meeting in San Antonio. Members
also participated in a Spring Fash-
ion Show representing Regan's.
The annual Appreciation Banquet
took place in the spring.
FHA . 84
julie Sherrer ls lr. President
tTopl Members of the lunior Chapter of Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica are: tFront Rowl Paula Hale, Brigitte Elmore, Christie Collier, Lisa Sla-
gle, Shari Allen, Sherry Grayson, Kim Moss, Beverly Kinslow, Cassie Par-
sons, Vanatta Conaway, Stacy Kourakos, Lisa Thompson, tSecond Rowj
lackie Love, Sandy Watson, Kay Bolton, Charlotte Bills, Diane Wisley,
Delores Raissez, Shelly McKnight, Amanda Hicks, Linda Robbins, Tammy
Fair, Angie McNabb, Tammy Hardy, Kris Cheatham, Becky Daughtrey,
Grd Rowy Tamara Woods, Angela Montgomery, Tracy Burgin, Saman-
tha Mills, Karena Bakewell, Susan King, Shelly Davis, lulie Sherrer, Angie
Anderson, Tammy Smallwood, Karen Bean, Dee Ann Sharrock, Alicia
Cockrum, Karen Parsons, Rodney Williams, QBack Rowj Sponsor Virgie
Anthony, Lisa Simpsen, Mary Arnold, Tina Foster, Kenneth Webb, Barry
laneway, Michelle Freeman, Larry Young, Melissa Mahan, Stacy Neal,
Gerald Henderson, Barry Neal, Andra Burton, Stacy Williams, Sheila
Staggs, Sandy Cato, and Lisa Robbins.
fRightJ Eighth Grade Tea: Eighth Graders look over exhibits at the tea
which honored them in the spring.
Addressing Her Audience: Molly Taylor speaks to
Mistress of Ceremonies: Kelly Weddle, 1980
the audience at the 1980 FHA Banquet.
President was Mistress of Ceremonies for the
t-,lmdnmfwdni V A
fBottom Lefty Introducing A Speaker: Lynn Weldon introduces a speaker to the
audience at the FHA Banquet.
tTop Lefty What is FHA? Vanatta Conaway asks Mrs.
Virgie Anthony a question last year at the FHA Tea
while other eighth graders and FHA members look on.
fTop Righty Doing her part: Wendy Brunson speaks to
the audience at the FHA Banquet.
tMiddle Lefty An Interested Audience: Guests at the
FHA Banquet watch and listen to the program.
tMiddle Righty Retuming to her seat: Bildra McCarty
returns to her seat after being recognized at the FHA
86 , FTA
FTA Members are: fFront Rowl Caroline Coston, Gina Raney, Kim Moss, Teresa Ray, Susan Leonard, Laurie Mclntyre, Renee Story,
fSecond Rowl Virginia Beshirs, Tammy Pratt, Lori Stephens, Patricia Maginn, Delores Raissez, Beverly Kinslow fThird Rowl Mrs.
Linda Russell, Sherry Grayson, Kathleen Maginn, Trava Coston, Wendy letton, Diane Wisley, Tammy McMonigle, Rosanna Reed,
fBack Rowj Michelle Burleson, Charlotte Menasco, Gina Strickland, Teresa Smith, lana Moore, Robin Armstrong, Ruthy Stephens,
and Denise Bailey.
s At larvis
Future Teachers of America had thirty members this
year. These members met regularly to plan such activi-
ties as giving apples to teachers, selling candy and cal-
endars, and attending the district and state conven-
tions. The state convention was held on February 26-
28 in San Antonio. Officers attended the district con-
vention at larvis Christian College in October to elect
District Officers. O
FTA Officers are: fSeatedJ Teresa Ray, President, Ruthy Stephens,
Vice-President, tStandingl Renee Story, Secretary, Rosanna Reed,
Treasurer, Lori Stephens, Historian, and Wendy letton, Chaplain.
Flying is Fun! FTA Members Ruthy Stephens, Renee Story, Tammy
McMonigle, and Molly Taylor enjoy their flight to Houston and the
iTop Leftl Eating Watermelon: FTA members Angie McCracken,
Kathleen Maginn, and Patricia Maginn enjoy watermelon at the
annual FTA picnic at Pat Mayes Lake,
fTop Rightj Enjoying the Picnic: Rosanna Reed, Mark Cowlishaw,
and Molly Taylor enjoy their meal at the FTA picnic.
fMiddle Leftl Shamrock Hilton: FTA convention goers Rosanna Reed,
Ruthy Stephens, Mrs. Linda Russell, Laura Frazar, Tammie
McMonigle, Molly Taylor, Renee Story, Trava Coston, and Wendy
letton pose for pictures at the Shamrock Hilton.
fMiddle Rightj Posing: Mrs. Linda Russell also poses at the Shamrock
FTA . 87
Key Club Enters Christmas Parade
Members of the Key Club are: fFront Rowl Kenneth Broadway, joe David White, Craig Bailey, Scotty Byers, Mike Mitchell, Michael Atnip, loe
Hoskins, tSecond Rowl Billy Dicken, leff Ford, Ron Howard, Sean Mobley, Billy Lawler, Eddie Weir, Thad Mclntyre, Dave DeGraff, tThird Rowl
Ivan Hall, Clint Norwood, james Boyd, Brian Brashier, BJ. Templeton, Larry Ridens, Cliff Chadwick, Todd Tisdell, Roger Thompson, tBack Rowj
Howard Hale, john Sullivan, Keith Draper, lon I , C l H d , Ch d G , ' , ' r
Christmas Parade: Key Club members ride on their float in the Paris
Christmas Parade which won Second Place in the Youth Division.
88 . Key Club
ames ar aren t a arrett Scott Birdsong Paul Ray Spencer, Chris Truan, and Sponso
Key Club Officers are: fSeatedl Todd Tisdell, Presidentg Cliff
Chadwick, Vice-President, Larry Ridens, Secretary, Brian Brashier,
Treasurer, and lon lames, Social Coordinator.
Keywanettes Collect Christmas Toys
Keywanettes are: lFront Rowj Susan Leonard, Beverly Kinslow, Shari Allen, Tammy Fair, Angie Anderson, Kenda Morton, Kala King, joan Hillers,
Tammy Smallwood, Cindy Risinger, Molly Taylor, Tia Mitchell, Mandy Hicks, Lisa Slagle, Brigitte Elmore, Vickie Cheatham, lSecond Rowj Ginny
Harper, Delores Raissez, julie Sherrer, Renee VanHooser, Ronda Kersh, Michelle Dennis, Angela Montgomery, Dana Morriss, Wendy Brunson,
Diane Wisley, Melissa Anderson, Wendy jetton, Lisa Robbins, Tricia Maginn, Carol Cohn, Paula Hale, Christie Collier, iThird Rowj Sponsor Sharon
T Hindman, Kathleen Maginn, Darcie Asche, Shan Wigley, Karon Spann, Cindy Christian, julie Cox, Sharon Truan, Carol Tschoerner, Ginny jones,
Dee Hillers, Denise Bailey, Kim Cope, Stephanie Carter, jeana Townsend, Cae Crowell, Sponsor Barbara Eatherly, iBack Rowj Tammy Parson,
Sherry Grayson, Rhonda Moore, Marla Wilson, Teresa Smith, Tammy Holsenbeck, Melissa Mahan, Michelle Freeman, Glenna Lane, Kim Stephens,
Christie Gibson, Candi Carico, Gina Strickland, Charlotte Menasco, Laura Colvin, Robin Armstrong, Christie Eastman, and Trava Coston.
Keywanettes, sponsored by Mrs. Sharon Hind-
man and Barbara Eatherly, had 72 members. Fund
raising activities included selling tickets for the
annual candy raffle and selling Pancake tickets for
the Kiwanis. Service projects included donating
550.00 to the Spann family, helping to raise funds
for Willowcreek Foster Home, ringing bells for the
Salvation Army at Christmas, donating toys to the
Pee Wee Reid Christmas tree, and donating food
baskets to the Salvation Army at Thanksgiving and
Christmas. Members attended the state convention
in Fort Worth, and Renee VanHooser was Pancake
Queen for the Paris Kiwanis.
7Keywanettes Officers are: Geatedj Renee VanHooser, President, Candi
Carico, Vice-President, Carol Tschoerner, Secretary, fStandingj Tammy
Holsenbeck, Secretary, Christie Gibson, Treasurer, Ginny jones,
Reporter, and Shan Wigley, Chaplain.
Keywanettes . 89
tTop Leftl Loading Toys: Sponsor, Mrs. Sharon Hindman,
loads toys into the car which Keywanettes collected for
the Pee Wee Reid Christmas Tree.
tTop Rightj Club President: Renee VanHooser, Keywan-
ettes President, poses beside the club Banner.
fMiddle Lefty Poor Trojan! This Poor Little Trojan was a
part of the Keywanettes Homecoming Decorations.
tMiddle Rightj Look at all the Toys! Sponsors Mrs. Sharon
Hindman and Mrs. Barbara Eatherly survey all the toys
which Keywanettes collected at Christmas.
fBottom Rightl Second Place: Keywanettes Homecoming
Decorations won second place in the decorating contest.
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lfRightJ Some Pies Can Be the Pits: Math Club Vice-President Allen
g g Math Club Changes Bonfire
l Math Club Members are: fFront Rowj Ginny Harper, Kendy Morton, Todd McDonald, Ronda Kersh, Kathleen Maginn, Tammy Parson, Teresa
Ray, Chuck Lynn, Darcie Asche, Kathy Lynch, Karon Spann, Vickie Cheatham, fSecond Rowj Daniel Womack, Lauren Chadwick, Ron Briscoe,
. Marc White, Randy Perryman, Marla Wilson, Carol Tschoerner, leana Townsend, Deidra Godwin, Sharon Truan, Kelly leddle, Renee VanHooser,
T Kevin Perryman, fThird Rowl Liz Sugg, Chad Coursey, Roger Thompson, Stacie Bush, Sharon Simpsen, Cliff Chadwick, Brian Brashier, Michele
Darnell, Vance Woodard, Scott Leonard, Angela Moffitt, Rob Smith, fBack Rowl Billy Walling, Mike Owen, Scott Jensen, Will Ledbetter, Kim
Stephens, Alan Vanderburg, Duane Cuttrell, Sohn Hullinger, Allen Carter, Todd Stephens, jeff Draper, Laura Colvin, Craig Reynolds, and Sponsor
North Lamar Math Club sponsored the annual Bon-
fire which was held the night before the Prairiland
game. Also Math Club sponsored a spirit chain before
the Pittsburg football game. junior and Senior classes
had the most links, so Mr. Tommy Eads and Mrs.
Sharon Hindman received pies in their faces. The Club
was sponsored by Mr. Eads, and it had fifty members.
Math Club is open to all students who are taking
, advanced math courses or who are working on UIL
fLeftl Math Club Officers are: fSeatedJ Duane Cuttrell, President,
Allen Carter, Vice-President, CStandingJ Marla Wilson, Secretary,
'Teresa Ray, Treasurer, and Carol Tschoerner, Reporter. '
Carter gives Mrs. Sharon Hindman a pie in the face at halftime of the
'Pittsburg game, as Mr. Tommy Eads watches.
Math Club . 91
Lighting the Fire: Math Club President
Duane Cuttrell lights the bon fire which
was sponsored by the Math Club
before the Prairiland football game. '
fLeftl Panther Spirit: Allen Carter, Mr. Tommy Eads, and Cheerleaders
promote Panther Spirit at the Bonfire.
fRightJ Hanging Decorations: Mr. Tommy Eads and Math Club members
hang Homecoming Decorations.
tBottom Righty Anticipation! Math Club Members Allen Carter and KM
Vance Woodard anticipate how much fun they are going to have as
they wait to give Sponsor Tommy Eads and Mrs. Sharon Hindman pies in
the face at the Pittsburg game.
92 . Math Club
DEA Purchases Stenograph Machines
OEA Members are: ilfront Rowl Tammy Parson, Glenda Willhite, Kenda Morton, Sherry Simpson, Susan Bakewell, Deanna Wall, lMiddle Rowl
Sponsor Linda Russell, Shannon Armstrong, Stephanie Carter, Kim Bullard, Monica Reed, janet Pryor, fBack Rowj Daniel Womack, Laura Arm-
strong, Carrie Parker, Michele Darnell, Vickie Thompson, Teneka Moree.
Office Education Association had a very busy year
with its new sponsor, Mrs. Linda Russell. Members sold
ads and produced football programs again this year.
Along with a workshop in Dallas on court reporting,
some members were involved in competitive events
related to their class. Officers attended a leadership
conference in Commerce. Curriculum was expanded
with the purchase of two Stenograph machines which
type shorthand. For entertainment, OEA went to Dal-
las in the fall and saw Richard Burton in Broadway pro-
duction Camelot and ate at Baby Doe's Matchless
Mine. Annual Christmas party was held at Mrs. Russell's
house with guests from the business community.
lMiddlel OEA Officers are: fSeatedJ Michele Darnell, President, janet Pryor, Vice-President,
Teneka Kee Moree, Secretary, lStandingl Shannon Armstrong, Treasurer, Kenda Morton,
Reporterg Susan Bakewell, Parliamentarian, Kim Bullard, Historian, and Deanna Wall, Student
lBottomlAddressing the Banquet: Superintendent Roy Chadwick addresses the OEA Banquet.
OEA . 93
tTop Leftl Introducing a Guest: Shannon Armstrong introduces the next
guest at the annual OEA Banquet.
tTop Rightj Decorating the Hall: Stephanie Carter and lanet Pryor add
finishing touches to OEA Homecoming Decorations in the hall outside
lBottom Leftl Receiving a Facial: Stephanie Carter receives a facial from
Mrs. Barbara Newman at a makeup demonstration.
94 . OEA
lkightj Roses for the Sponsor: 1979-80 Sponsor Mrs. Annie Perry
poses with roses given to her by OEA members at the annual
OEA Sees Camelot in Dallas
idvice on Makeup: Stephanie Carter applies her make up while Mrs. Barbara
lewman addresses the audience.
1Top Leftl 1980 OEA Members: OEA members posing for
pictures at the annual banquet held at Paris Golf and
fTop Rightl Doing her Part: Treasurer Tammy Glover
speaks to the audience at the OEA Banquet.
fMiddle Lefty Mingling with the Crowd: OEA members
associate with their guests while at the OEA Banquet.
fRightJ Certiucate of Appreciation: Deanna Wall presents
a Certificate of Appreciation to an employer,
OEA . 95
Marty Burch is Panther Press Editor
Members of the Panther Press Staff are: lSeatedJ Marty Burch, Mike Bell, Randy Compton, lStandingi
Donna Clarkson, Sponsor Zara McCutcheon, Ruthy Stephens, and Rosanna Reed.
P at lrre C
Picking letters: Andra Burton and Doug Fouse pick out le
Ters to use in headlines. I
Giving Instructions: Editor Marty Burch gives instructions to Donna Clarkson 1
and Ruthy Stephens.
96 . Panther Press
Class Presents Une Act Plays
Speech and Drama Class Members are: llfront Rowl Patti Mclntyre, Tammy Aubrey, Cindy Risinger, Tammy Holsenbeck, Deidre Godwin,
Laura Pasteka, lack Newkirk, lMiddle Rowl Lisa McAllister, Ivan Hall, Greg McNabb, Hayden Foster, Brian Brashier, Eddie Weir, Ernest
McCarty, lBack Rowl Mike Bell, Phillip Melton, Doug Fouse, David Birdsong, Mike Owens, Marty Burch, Craig Reynolds, and Sponsor Mrs.
'NT he Children's S!ory:" Billy Rosson listens to the
, Feacher 'n the P'aY Mme Cmldrenls Stow! when ll Applying Makeup: Beth Dressler applies blush to Greg McNabb to prepare
is presented to the student body. for the play-
Speech and Drama . 97
Student Council Members are: tFront Rowl Tammy Fair, Rochelle Webb, Margaret Cooper, Sherri Hudgens, Renee VanHooser, Dee Hillers,
Tammy Hardy, Deanna Wall, Patti Mclntyre, Uvtiddle Rowl Lori Stephens, Kenda Morton, Teresa Ray, loan Hillers, Barry laneway, Denise Bailey,
Kelly Weddle, Shannon Armstrong, Sponsor Treva Mahan, fBack Rowl Karon Spann, Scott Leonard, Ron Howard, Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Curlese
Webb, lon lames, Scott lensen, Brian Brashier, and Sharon Simpsen. 1
Under new sponsorship of Mrs.
Treva Mahan, the Student Council
once again put on the traditional
Homecoming focusing on the tenth
anniversary for North Lamar School
District. Also, they were responsible
for a workshop on Parliamentary Pro- i
cedure at Fall Forum in Linden. A side- L
walk was purchased for the west end
of the building. In january, a rock
concert featuring llFree Fare" was
held. Student Council also sponsored
the annual Valentine Dance and
attended the Spring Forum.
98 Student Council
tMiddleJ Student Council Offi-
cers are: tSeatedl Brian Brashier,
President, Kenda Morton, Vice-
President, Dee Hillers, Secretary,
tStandingJ Patti Mclntyre, Corre-
sponding Secretaryg Denise Bai-
ley, Treasurer, Shannon Arm-
strong, Reporter, Sherri Hud-
gens, Parliamentariang and Roc-
helle Webb, Chaplain.
tBottoml Stuffing envelopes for
Exes: Mrs. Treva Mahan stuffs
envelopes with letters remind-
ing Exes of Homecoming.
lTop Lefti Campaign Speech: Molly Taylor
gives a campaign speech for Dee Hillers
who is elected Secretary of the Student
lTop Righty "Ask You to Support . . ."
Marty Burch gives a campaign speech in
the Student Council Assembly.
lMiddle Lefti Nervous? Student Council
Officer Candidates and their Campaign
Managers nervously await their turn to
make their speeches.
lBottom Rightj Homecoming Decorations:
Student Council sponsored all contests for
Student Council . 99
Seniors Initiate luniors
Tri-Hi-Y Members are: fFront Rowj Renee Story, Carol Cohn, Molly Taylor, Cindy Risinger, Kenda Morton, Vickie Cheatham, Deanna Wall, Caro-
line Coston, lSecond Rowl Sponsor Carolyn Murphy, Patti Mclntyre, Sherry Simpson, Sherri Hudgens, Shannon,Armstrong, Karon Spann, Tammie
Mcfvtonigle, Ruthy Stephens, Dee Hillers, Ginny Jones, tThird Rowj Rosanna Reed, Ronda Kersh, Monica Reed, Stephanie Carter, Vicky Small-
wood, Cindy Christian, Vickie Chapman, Dana Morriss, Renee VanHooser, Kelly Weddle, fBack Rowl Shan Wigley, Candi Carico, Angela Moffitt,N
Stacy Bush, Michele Darnell, Sharon Simpsen, Vickie Thompson, Christie Gibson, Carol Tschoerner, and Kathy Lynch.
fMiddle Leftl All Dressed Up! Future Tri-Hi-Y members Tammie McMonigle, Ruthy
Stephens, Rosanna Reed, and Renee Story await their initiation in the costumes
they were told to wear. Q
QRightl Easter Egg Hunt: Tri-Hi-Y members Renee VanHooser, and Vickie Thompson
watch children at King's Daughter's Day Care Center hunt Easter Eggs. l
tLeftJ Tri-Hi-Y Officers are: tSeatedl Sharon Simpsen, President, Renee Van Hooser
Vice-President, Stacie Bush, Secretary, tStandingl Vicky Smallwood, Correspondin
Secretary, Kelly Weddle, Treasurer, and Stephanie Carter, Reporter. ,
100 . Tri-Hi-Y
UIL Participants Are: tFront Rowi lack Newkirk, Patti Mclntyre, Gina Raney, Ginny Harper, Cindy Risinger, Kenda Morton, Dana Morriss, Lauren
Chadwick, Kathleen Maginn, Laura Pasteka, Tammy Parson, Vickie Cheatham, Cae Crowell, Sponsor Richard Byrd, iSecond Rowj Alicia Cockrum,
Tammie McMonigle, Teresa Smith, Tina Foster, Kevin Perryman, Deidra Godwin, leana Townsend, Christie Eastman, Robin Armstrong, Sharon
,Truan, Daniel Womack, Liz Sugg, Patricia Maginn, Laura Izzo, Karon Parsons, Lauri Cox, tThird Rowj Rob Smith, Greg Land, Lisa McAllister, Laura
lColvin, Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Dave DeGraff, john Vanderburg, Billy Hicks, Marvin Crouch, Vance Woodard, Mickey Russell, Chad Coursey,
lRandy Perryman, Carol Tschoerner, Theresa Sims, Greg McNabb, Sponsor Trudy Hilliard, Sponsor loyce Johnson, fBack Rowj Sponsor Sharon
Hindman, Sponsor Katy Bryant, Scott Jensen, Eddie Weir, Brian Brashier, Phillip Melton, Alan Vanderburg, Mike Bell, Duane Cuttrell, David Bird-
,song, Sohn Hullinger, Marty Burch, Ivan Hall, Kim Stephens, Brent Campbell, Mike Owens, left Draper, Allen Carter, Craig Reynolds, Sponsor
fMiddle Lefty Congratulations! State Number Sense Winner jeff Draper is
congratulated on his victory.
tRighti Going Over a Few Points: Sponsors Tommy Eads and loyce johnson
give Allen Carter last minute instructions before he enters the state slide rule
contest as Duane Cuttrell waits his turn.
iBottom Leftj Showing Off their Trophy! UlL participants Daniel Womack,
Kim Stephens, leff Draper, Kelly McAllister, and Duane Cuttrell show off the
trophy they won at Theodore Roosevelt High School in San Antonio.
102 . VICA
VICA Members are: fFront Rowj Club Mascot VICA, joe Shannon, Scott Henson, Sweetheart Brenda Skeen, Mike Twitty, Randy Free-
man, Steve Wilson, fMiddle Rowl Sponsor Elmer Weaver, Randy Nichols, David Harris, David Sawyer, Rusty Spurgeon, Daryl Grooms
Andy Bowers, Terry Young, QBack Rowj Randy Atnip, William Dickerson, Keith Draper, Steve Allen, Frank johnson, and Jimmy Wash-
VICA Ofticers are: fSeatedl Randy Nichols, President, Randy Atnip, Vice-Presidentg
Terry Young, Secretary, fStandingJ David Harris, Treasurer, David Sawyer, Reporter
Steve Allen, Parliamentarian, and Steve Wilson, Sargeant at Arms.
VOCT Members are: 1Front Rowj Roy Davis, Edward Reavis, Kelly Fodge, Roger Young, Freddy McFatridge, Mike Marando, lMiddle Rowj Scotty
Todd, Stanley Dawes, johnny Owen, jackie Healey, Tim Barnes, Daron Miller, lBack Rowj johnny Worley, james Upchurch, Garland Edwards,
jeff Hall, Anthony Patterson, Arnis Payne, and Sponsor jesse Swindle.
GM Plant in
Qleftj VOCT Officers are: lSeatedj johnny Owens, President,
Arnis Payne, Vice-President, Daron Miller, Secretary,
QStandingj james Upchurch, Treasurer, Scotty Todd,
Reporter, and Mike Marando, Sargeant at Arms.
Building Trades students are: lSeatedj Tommy Davidson,
Allen Sullivan, Carl Harendt, lStandir18J john Sullivan, Mark
Haller, jay Brown, and Charles Burton.
VOCT, Building Trades . 103
Cindy Weems ls President i
Youth for Christ members are: tFront Rowi Patti Mclntyre, Lisa Slagle, Delores Raissez, Angela Montgomery, Kathleen Maginn, Tammy Fair, 1
Laura Pasteka, 1Middle Rowj Tia Mitchell, Angie McNabb, Laura Colvin, Paul Woods, Deidra Godwin, Diane Wisley, Sponsor loe Clayton,
fBack Rowj Sponsor Lee Ochoa, Alicia Cockrum, Susan King, Michelle Freeman, Howard Hale, Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Angie Thomas, and
Youth for Christ Officers are: Geatedj Kathleen Maginn, Vice-Presi-
dentg Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Secretary, tStandingJ Laura Pasteka, Trea-
surer, Deidre Godwin, Chaplain, and Lisa Slagle, Reporter. Not pic- ,
tured is President Cindy Weems.
104 . Youth for Christ
Foreign Languages Clulo Sells Key Chains
Foreign Language Club Members are: fFront Rowj Carol Cohn, Vickie Cheatham, Cae Crowell, Cindy Risinger, Ken Dingman, Patricia Maginn,
Kathy Lynch, Tambra Smith, tMiddle Rowi Kathleen Maginn, Deidra Godwin, loan Hillers, David Tschoerner, Kim Cope, lulie Cox, Darcie Asche,
Vicki Chapman, lBack Rowl Sponsor Katy Bryant, Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Randy Compton, Phillip Melton, Mike Bell, Loren Spethman, Carol
Tschoerner, and Brent Hay.
Spanish Class Picnic: Robin Armstrong, Denise Bailey, and Christie
Eastman enjoy the Spanish Class Picnic at the end of the 1980 school
Foreign Languages Club Officers are: fSeatedJ Cindy Risinger, Presi-
dent, Carol Tschoerner, Vice-President, lStandingl Cae Crowell, Sec-
retaryg Vickie Cheatham, Treasurer, and Charlotte Kirkpatrick, Stu-
dent Council Representative.
Foreign Languages Club , 105
Students Assist Teachers
Library Assistants are: tSeatedl Mrs. Vivian Hicks,
Ruth VanNoord, Librarian Lee Ochoa, tStandingl
Renata Vanderburg, Molly Carpenter, Linda
Foster, and Cheryl Thomas.
Teachers' Aides are: tFront
Rowl Renee Story, Teresa
Foster, Kathy Lynch, Kenda
Morton, Carol Cohn, Caroline
Coston, fSecond Rowj Cindy
Risinger, Diane Willman,
Rosanna Reed, Tammy
McMonigIe, Teresa Ray, Linda
Foster, iThird Rowl Marla
Wilson, Tammie lvy, Richard
Watson, Kelly Morris, Ruthy
Stephens, Sarah Bratcher, tBack
Rowj lvan Hall, Curtis Garrett,
Tony Moody, lon lames, Scott
Bell, Alan Carter, and Breanna
Office Assistants are: Patti
Mclntyre, Lori Stephens, Ginny
lones, Rosanna Reed, Rochelle
Webb, lSecond Rowj Felicia
Taylor, Karon Spann, Theresa
Sims, Cindy Christian, Tammie
McMonigle, tBack Rowl Candi
Carico, Becca VanNoord, Ruth
VanNoord, Doug Fouse,
Michele Darnell, and Brenda
106 Other Organizations
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fTop Righty Comparing Notes: Mr. Tommy
Eads and Mrs. Joyce Johnson give jeff Dra-
per instructions for the State Number Sense
Uvtiddle Lefty Homecoming Queen: Brenda
Skeen poses for a picture.
iMiddIe Righty Science Fair Winners: Sci-
ence Fair Winners pose for their picture,
fBottom Lefty Receiving his Award: jeff
Draper receives his award from Mr. Darrell
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Marla Wilson ls DAR Good Citizen
All District Football Team Members
are: tKneelingl Kenneth Webb, Ronald
Hayes, Cliff Chadwick, Marty Sharrock,
Kelvin Branch, Clint Norwood, Ernest
McCarty, tStandingJ Randy Atnip,
Robert Skinner, Robert Walker, Doug
Fouse, Duane Cuttrell, Kurt Routon,
and Scott lenson. Not Pictured Are left
Hall, Tony Anderson, Rodney Green
and Todd Tisdell.
tLeftl DAR Good Citizen:
Marla Wilson is DAR
QMiddle Righty Girls' sme
VanHooser and Kelly
Weddle are Girls' State
tBottom Leftl All Region and
National FFA Band Members: Rich-
ard Watson is a member of the All-
Region Band and National FFA Band.
112 . Who's Who
Uvtiddle Rightl District FFA Vice-President: Marc White is District FF
tLeftl All District Basketball: David Birdsong and Merritt Williams
were selected to the All-District 15-AA Boys' Basketball Team
etta Cooper, Holly Armstrong, Tammie lvy, Sandy
Springer, and lana Graves were selected to the All-
District 15-AA Girls' Basketball Team.
fRightJ Band Awards: Melanie Truan received the lohn
Philip Sousa Band Award, and Billy Rosson received
the Louis Armstrong lazz Award.
lLeftj Science Fair Winners: Winners in the 1980 Sci-
ence Fair are: tSeatedl Mickey Russell, lohn Vander-
burg, Ken Dingman, lStandingJ Darcie Asche, Karon
Spann, Toni Crowley, Shan Wigley, leana Townsend,
and Trava Coston.
lMiddle Leftl All District Basketball: Tina Starks, Lor-
Who's Who 113
Regional Track Participants: lSeatedl
Ernest McCarty, Derwin Starks, Ernest
jenkins, Carl johnson, Kenneth Webb,
Clint Norwood, iStandingJ Coach
Bobby Anthony, Greg McNabb, Allen
Carter, Merritt Williams, David
Birdsong, and Tony Anderson
participate in the Regional Track Meet.
Regional Winners: fSeatedl Denise Bailey, Sandy
Springer, lana Graves, Eva Ellis, lStandingl Becca
VanNoord, Angela Moffitt, Coach Roy Tom
Stone, Loretta Cooper, and Tina Starks participate
in the Regional and State Track Meets.
iRightJ STATE U.I.L. Participants: Allen Carter, Duane Cuttrell, and leff
Draper participate in State U.l.L. Number Sense and Slide Rule Competition.
lLeftJ All District Volleyball: Members of the All-District Volleyball team are
Tammie Ivy, Angela Moffit, Brenda Skeen, and Breana Vanderburg.
114 - Who's Who
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Renee Van Hooser ls Key Club
lLeftJ Key Club Sweetheart: Renee
VanHooser is Key Club Sweetheart for
fRightl FHA Beau: Robert Skinner is Beau
for the junior Chapter of Future
Homemakers of America.
lLeftJ FHA Beau: Kelvin Branch is Beau for
the Senior Chapter of Future Homemakers
of America and for Tri-Hi-Y.
lRightl HECE Beau: Phillip Melton is Beau for
the HECE Chapter.
Beaus and Sweethearts - 115
Band Elects Beau and
116 0 Beaus and Sweethearts
tTop Lefty VICA Sweetheart: Brenda Skeen
is VICA Sweetheart for 1980-81.
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tTop Righty Band Beau and Sweetheart: Ban
Sweetheart and Beau for 1980-81 are Marl
Wilson and Brent Hay.
tBottom Lefty FFA Sweetheart: Patti Mclntyre isl
Sweetheart for Future Farmers of America.
fBottom Rightj Keywanettes Beau: Rodney
Green is Beau for the 1980-81 Keywanettes. ,
Senior Favorites Are Ronald
Hayes and Michele Darnell l
i lunior Class Favorites are Greg McNabb and Vicki Chapman. Best All Around are Angela
Moffitt and Mark Arnold.
fTop Leftl Senior Favorites are Michele
D ll dRnldHa es.
arne an o a y
lTop Rightj Best All Around Seniors are
Brenda Skeen and Cliff Chadwick.
Class Favorites Best All Around 117
Sophomore Favorites Are
Gina Strickland a
Sophomore Class Favorites are Gina
Strickland and Paul Stephens. Best All
Around are Lisa Bickley and Mike
Freshman Class Favorites are lerry
Smallwood and lulie Sherrer. Best
All Around are Billy Lawler and Cae
Valentine Sweethearts are Renee Van Hooser, High School
Sweetheart, and Angie Abbott, junior High Sweetheart.
118 o Class Favorites, Best All Around
lTop Rightl Eating Pie: Mrs. Sharon Hind-
man and Mr. Tommy Eads walk off the
field after eating pie at the Pittsburg game.
tLeftl Cleaning? Mr. Darrell White and Mr.
Paul Trull clean Mrs, Hindman's board.
fMiddle Rightl Pep Rally Spirit: Mrs. Vivian
Hicks, Mr, joe Clayton, Mrs. Lee Ochoa,
Mr. Dennis Hodgkiss, Mrs. Rhea Brown,
Mrs. Katie Bryant, Mrs. Barbara Eatherly,
Mrs. Sharon Hindman, and Mr. Tommy
Eads back the Panthers.
fteftj Taking Notes: Mrs. Ioyce johnson
takes notes at the officers' workshop at
fBottom Rightl Mrs. Rhea Brown
Faculty and Administration
- , ROY C. CHADWICK
Mr. Roy Chadwick is Superintendent of North Lamar Independent District
120 0 Administration
School Board Has New Members
is Ierry Campbell.
and Mrs. Robbie Dancer.
Secretaries: Secretaries for North Lamar Administrators are:
Mrs. Betty Swindle, fStandingl Mrs. Gail Cochrell, Mrs. Freda Van-
North Lamar School Board Members are:.lSeatedJ Mr. Larry Roberts, Secretaryg Mr. Ben Henson, Presidentg Mrs. Geneva Bailey, Mr Steve
Vice-Presidentg lStandingl Superintendent Roy Chadwickg Mr. Leslie Howiep Mr. Carl lenseng and Business Manager Wayne Beard. Not
School Nurse: Miss Theresa Emerson is School
Nurse for North Lamar l.S.D.
Administration . 121
Donald Starkey ls New lanitor
Business Manager: Mr. Wayne Beard is Business Manager for North
Lamar Independent School District.
fTop Rightl Supervisor of Maintenance and
Transportation: Mr. Henry Davis
supervises maintenance and transporation
for North Lamar l.S.D.
lMiddle Righty Cafeteria employees for
North Lamar High School and lunior High
are: Mrs. Sandra Freeman, Mrs.
Gwendolyn Foreman, Mrs. Jimmie Boaz,
Mrs. Catherine Moore, and Mrs. Katherine
Supervision: Mr. Darrell White supervises the bonfire
which was held by the Math Club before the Prariland
122 - Administration, Employees
lanitors: lanitors serving North Lamar High
School are Mr. Donald Starkey and Mr.
fTop Leftl Bus Drivers: A partial group of North Lamar l.S.D. Bus
Drivers are: Harold Cox, Charlie Arnold, Patsy Ford, Alford Arnold,
Carolyn Moore, Charles McCarty, and Kathy Swindle,
iTop Rightl Bus Drivers: Other bus drivers are: Sue Carico, Charlie
Arnold, lean Worthey, Jimmie Stripland, Betty Sherrer, Charlie
McCarty, and Margie Davis,
fBottom Leftl Bus Drivers: Remaining bus drivers are: Laverne
Mclfrazier, Linda Shawhart, Effie jones, Albert Jones, and lim
Employees . 123
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Mr. Darrell White ls Principal
Principal: North Lamar High School
Principal is Mr, Darrell White.
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Assistant Principal: Assistant Principal and Athletic Director at
124 v Administration
North Lamar High School is Mr. Paul Glover. hu-.D
Thirty Five Faculty Members
Teach NL Students
ANTHONY, VIRGIE - Homemakingl and II, FHA
Sponsor, Home and Family Living
ARNOLD, IUANITA - CVAE I and II, CVAE
BETHEL, MARY - Plan A
BROWN, RHEA - English I, English n, English iv,
BRYANT, KATIE - English I, Spanish I, Foreign
Languages Club Sponsor
BYRD, RICHARD - Government, Debate Coach
CASTLEBURY, BOBBY - Biology, Physical Science
CLARK, DAVE - Band
CLAYTON, IOE - Typing I, Record Keeping,
Accounting, Typing II, Youth for Christ Sponsor
DAUGHTREY, LISA - Fundamentals of Math,
English II, Reading Improvement
DAUGHTREY, SHEILA - Biology, Girls' Athletics,
EADS, TOMMY - Geometry, Algebra II,
Trigonometry, Computer Math, Math Club
Sponsor, UIL Math, Senior Sponsor.
Faculty 0 125
EATHERLY, BARBARA - Introduction to Algebra I
and II, Fundamentals of Math, Keywanettes
FRIERSON, IACK - Agriculture I, FFA Sponsor
GEORGE, ALDEN - Health and Free Enterprise,
Business Math, Boys' Athletics
GLOVER, CHARLOTTE - Algebra I, Introduction
to Algebra II, Beta Sponsor
GRAVES, JAMES - Vocational Director
GREEN, SHARON - Secretary to Principal
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HICKMAN, LILLIAN - American History, English II,
HICKS,VIVIAN - Library Aide
HILLIARD, TRUDY - Physical Science, Chemistry,
HINDMAN, SHARON - English III, Keywanettes
Sponsor, Senior Sponsor
HODGKISS, DENNIS - American History, Key
HULLINGER, MARTHA - Basic English I, II, III
IOHNSON, MIKE - Work Study
IOHNSON, IOYCE - Counselor, UIL Math
MAHAN, TREVA - Vocational Counselor
126 0 Faculty
mf 13,115 U Q91 0
MCCUTCHEON, ZARA - lournalism, Speech,
English IV, UIL Speech and Drama
McGUIRE, CORTIS - DE, DECA Sponsor
MCLEMORE, BOBBY - Agriculture ll, Ill, CoOp,
MOSS, ION - American History, Boys' Athletics
MURPHY, CAROLYN - Typing I, Shorthand, Tri-
OCHOA, LEE - Librarian, Youth for Christ
RUSSELL, LINDA - VOE, OEA Sponsor,
STONE, ROY TOM - Boys' P.E., Health and Free
Enterprise, Boys' and Girls' Basketball
SWINDLE, IESSE - Industrial Education, VOCT
QVTEMPLETON, SONNY - World History, American
History, Boys' Athletics
TOWNSEND, ELAINE - Girls P.E., Health and Free
Enterprise, Volleyball Coach
WEATHERFORD, IUDY - HECEIand II, HEROI
WEAVER,'ELMER - Auto Mechanics, VICA
WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN - Homemaking I and ll,
Faculty . 127
Enrollment at North Lamar High School in the 1980-81 school
year was 607. Thirty-five faculty members were employed to
supervise the education of 122 Seniors, 163 juniors, 150 Sopho-
mores, and 172 Freshmen.
This year North Lamar switched from the quarter system back
to the semester system. In order to graduate, a student was
required to obtain 21 credits. Students had to take required sub-
jects, and they also had to obtain credits through electives.
Courses were offered on three levels in high school to provide
for the students' individual needs. Advanced studies were offered
for accelerated students in English, Math, Social Studies, and Sci-
ence. These subjects were also offered on regular and basic lev-
Several new courses were offered this year such as Speech ll
which was offered in conjunction with Speech l, Business Math
and Stage Band.
fTop Leftj Congratulations: Assistant Band
Rhonda Morris congratulates Flag Corps Captain
Weddle as Head Majorette Shannon
fTop Rightj Test Time! Mrs. Rhea Brown staples i
for her English students.
fRightj Playing along: Band Director Dave Clark p
along with the stage band in an assembly.
lTop Lefty Computer Math Class: Scott Leonard and Allen
Carter test a program for its accuracy.
lTop Righty Never-ending job: Mr. Bobby McLemore,
Agriculture Teacher, runs off papers for his students.
tMiddle Lefty Physical Science: Freshman Students partici-
pate in their Physical Science class.
tBottom Righty Concentration: Typing students concen-
trate on doing their lesson accurately.
lLefty Lending a Hand: Mr. loe Clayton answers Teresa
Ray's question in Typing II class.
Academics o 129
American history class: Mrs. Hickman's History students listen attentively in class.
130 0 Academics
1Top Leftl Senior English: Mrs.
McCutcheon's Sixth Period English Class
members do their Vocabulary Words.
lMiddleJ Indian Relics: Mrs. Judy Esterer
demonstrates her Indian relics to Mrs. Hick-
man's American history class.
lRightl Cheerleader Sponsor: Mrs. Linda
Russell plans and supervises high school
pep rallies as an extra duty.
Rightj Studying: Seniors Renee Van
and Kelly Weddle look on as
Simpsen shows them a picture,
Senior Pictures: Senior Cliff Chad-
signs up for his Senior Picture as Tony
nderson waits for his turn.
iddle Righty Sophomore Class Meeting:
ach Paul Glover and President Ieff Dra-
r count votes on officer elections,
ightl lunior Class Meeting: President Dee
'llers and Principal Darrell White discuss
ints of class meeting.
r Rightj Shan Wigley
1 m w l g.,
Classes - 131
Seniors Place Second in
Math Club Spirit Chain
to Make Mrs Hindman Eat Pie
Senior Class Officers for 1980-81 are: Duane Cuttrell, President
Patti Mclntyre, Vice President, Renee VanHooser, Secretary
Marla Wilson, Treasurer,1Standing1 Brian Brashier, Reporter, and
lon james, Teresa Ray, and Derwin Starks, Student Council
ALLEN, STEVE -Chess Club, FFA, VICA Parliamentarian,
Band 11, 21
ANDERSON, TONY - Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, Football 11, 2,
3, 41, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, 1979 All-District Football
Honorable Mention, 1980 Second Team All-District
Baseball, Regional Track Meet
ARMSTRONG, LAURA - FHA, OEA, 1980 Yacht Staff,
Who's Who in American High Schools
ARMSTRONG, SHANNON - Beta, FHA, Keywanettes,
Math Club, OEA Reporter and Treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y
Corresponding Secretary, Student Council Reporter,
lunior Class Favorite, Math Club Valentine Sweetheart,
Who's Who in American High Schools, Band 11, 2, 3, 41,
Majorette 12, 3, 41, Head Majorette 141
BAKEWELL, SUSAN -- FHA, Math Club, OEA
BASINGER, TAMMY -- Beta, FFA Treasurer, Math Club,
Keywanettes, UIL Math Team
132 - Seniors
BELL, MICHAEL - Foreign Language Club, journalism,
Key Club, Speech and Drama, Youth for Christ, Tennis 13,
BELL, SCOTT - Chess Club, Key Club Secretary, Spanish
Club, 1980 and 1981 Yacht Staff, UIL Debate and Science,
Band 11, 2, 3, 41, lazz Band 141, All District Band 131, Who's
Who in American High Schools
BIRDSONG, DAVID -Chess Club, FFA, Basketball 11, 2,
3, 41, Football 111, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Best All Around lunior
BRASHIER, BRIAN - Beta, Key Club Treasurer, Student
Council Vice President and President, 1980 and 1981
Yacht Photographer, Senior Class Reporter, Football 111,
Track 141, Who's Who in American High Schools, UIL
Calculator, Science, Speech and Drama, lunior
Powderpuff Cheerleader, Senior Powderpuff Majorette,
BROWN, TAMMI - CVAE, FHA, HERO, HECE
BRYANT, GAIL - Beta, FHA, FTA, Keywanettes, Math
BULLARD, KIM - Beta, Math Club, OEA Historian,
Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, UIL Science and Number Sense,
Who's Who in American High Schools
BURTON, ANDRA - Beta, FTA, Football 11, 21, Basketball
11, 2, 31, Track 11, 2, 31
BUSH, STACIE -- Beta, FHA, Math Club, Student Council
Corresponding Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y Secretary, Basketball
11, 21, Golf 13, 41, Student Council Valentine Sweetheart,
Who's Who in American High Schools, OEA
CARPENTER, MARCY 4'FHA,'FlECE, HERO, Keywanettes
CARTER, ALLEN - Beta President, Math Club Vice
President, UIL Math, Football 11, 21, Track 13, 41, Most
Valuable Track Runner, State Sliderule
CHADWICK, CLIFF - Beta, FFA Treasurer, Key Club,
Math Club, Football 11, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41
Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, Best All-Around Senior, 1979
First Team All-District Baseball, 1978-79 All-District
Honorable Mention Basketball, 1978 All District
Honorable Mention Football, 1979 First Team All District
Football, 1979 Second Team All-District Football, 1979
Second Team All RRV Football
Seniors 0 133
CHANEY, IERRY - DECA
CUTTRELL, DUANE - Beta Chaplain and Vice President,
Math Club President, Spanish Club, lunior Class President,
Senior Class President, UIL Number Sense and Slide Rule,
Football 11, 2, 3, 41, All District Football Honorable
Mention 1979, Regional Winner Number Sense 12, 31,
State Slide Rule 12, 31, Third Place State Slide Rule, Who's
Who in American High Schools, Senior Powderpuff King
Nominee Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Most Likely to Succeed
DANGERFIELD, MARK - VICA, VOCT Parliamentarian
and Treasurer, Basketball 111, Football 11, 2, 3, 41
DANIEL, GINGER - Pep Squad
DARNELL, MICHELE - Beta, Math Club, OEA Vice
President and President, Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Student
Council, Freshman Class President, Sophomore Class Vice
President, junior Class Vice President, Basketball 11, 2, 3,
41, Senior Class Favorite, Key Club Sweetheart, Spanish
Club Valentine Sweetheart, Who's Who in American
High Schools, Homecoming Queen Nominee
DAVIDSON, TOMMY - FFA, FHA, Building Trades,
Office Assistant, 1980 and 1981 Yacht Staff, Flag Bearer
DICKERSON, WILLIAM - FHA, VICA
DRAPER, MELANIE - FHA, FTA Treasurer, Band 11, 21
ESTES, RICHARD - Chess Club, FFA, VICA, Tennis 141
EXUM, IOHNNY - Chess Club, FFA, VICA
FLENNIKEN, RAGINA YATES - DECA Secretary, Beta,
FHA Historian, Keywanettes
FORTNER, BOBBY - Chess Club, Key Club Sergeant at
Arms, FFA Vice President and Radio Team, Pep Squad
Captain, Football 111, Basketball 11, 2, 31, Track 11, 3, 41,
Powderpuff Cheerleader, Cheerleader 141
FOSTER, HAYDEN - lunior Student Council
FOUSE, DOUG - Chess Club, Key Club, FFA Secretary,
Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, All District Second
Team Baseball, Track 111, FFA Radio Team
FULCE, RONALD - FFA, VICA, Football 11, 21
134 v Seniors
GREEN, RODNEY - Beta, FFA Secretary, Key Club,
Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Best All Around
Sophomore, Track 111, All District Honorable Mention
Football 1979, Most Improved Basketball Player 1979-80,
Outstanding Defensive Basketball Player 1979-80,
Livestock judging Team, Powderpuff Coach
HARRIS, TAMMY - FHA
HAY, GREG - Math Club, Foreign Language Club, Tennis
HAYES, RONALD - Key Club, FFA, Freshman Class
Reporter, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Football 11, 2, 3,
41, Basketball 11, 21, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, junior and Senior
Favorite, Yacht Beau, Most Versatile, Mr. North Lamar
HOLSENBECK, TAMMY - Beta, Keywanettes President
and Secretary, Spanish Club, Band Secretary and
Historian, Tennis 11, 2, 3, 41, Band Valentine Sweetheart,
Band 11, 2, 3, 41, Drum Major 13, 41
HOOD, LYNN - DECA
HUDGENS, SHERRI EA, Student Council
'Parlla'riTentarian75FriF I- , Freshman Student Council
Representative, Basketball 11, 21, Volleyball 12, 3, 41,
Cheerleader 11, 2, 3, 41, Sophomore Class Favorite, Yacht
HYATT, IIMMY - FFA, FHA
IVY, TAMMIE - BETA, FHA Vice President, FFA, Math
Club, Student Council Secretary, Volleyball 12, 3, 41,
Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Track 111, Best All Around lunior
IAMES, ION - FFA, Key Club, Student Council, 1980 and
1981 Yacht Photographer, Senior Student Council
Representative, Tennis 11, 2, 3, 41 Yacht Beau, Third
Place in State Feature Photo Contest
IENSEN, SCOTT - Beta, FFA President, Math Club,
Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Tennis 13, 41, Track 121, Who's Who in
American High Schools, UIL Math Team, Computer
Programming Team, Regional Qualifier in Slide Rule, FFA
Livestock judging Team and Chapter Conducting
IOHNSON, FRANK - VICA, VOCT
KING, DENISE - Beta, FTA, HECE, Spanish Club, UIL
LAMB, SHIRLEY - CVAE Historian, HECE, FHA, HERO,
Pep Squad, Library Assistant, Powderpuff Football
Seniors 1 135
LEONARD, SCOTT - Beta, FFA Reporter, Key Club,
Math Club, Football 11, 2, 31, Track 111, UIL Math Team
MCALLISTER, KELLY - Beta, FHA, Spanish Club,
Office Assistant, UIL, Freshman Class Treasurer,
Volleyball 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41
MCALLISTER, LISA - Beta, journalism, Speech and
Drama, Spirit Club, Spanish Club, Student Council,
Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class
Secretary, Basketball 11, 21, Volleyball 11, 2, 31, 1979
Valentine Sweetheart, Panther Press Editor, UIL
Newsvvriting, One Act Play, Humorous Interpretation,
Cheerleader 11, 2, 3, 41, Head Cheerleader 141
MCCRACKEN, BARBARA - FTA, Keywanettes,
HECE, Spanish Club, Panther Press, Pep Club
MCDONALD, IERRY - FHA
MCDONALD, LEE - Chess Club, FFA, FHA
MCDONALD, SCOTT - VOCT
MCDOWELL, IERRY - Beta, Chess Club, FFA,
Spanish Club, Student Council Reporter and Chaplain
MCEATRIDGE, BILLY - VOCT, Building Trades
MCGEE, IOHN - Key Club Vice-President, FFA, 1981
Yacht Staff, Band 11, 2, 3, 41, Iazz Band 141
MCINTYRE, PATTI - Chess Club, FHA, Tri-Hi-Y,
3fSpeechaand Drama, Spirit Club, Student Council
Corresponding Secretary, Iunior Class Secretary,
Senior Class Vice-President, Cheeerleader 13, 41,
Chess Club and Cheerleader Valentine Sweetheart,
FHA, UIL Informative Speaking and Duet Acting, Most
Likely to Succeed,
MELTON, PHILLIP - Chess Club, FFA, Foreign
Languages Club, Key Club, Sophomore Class
Treasurer, Football 111, Basketball 11, 21, Track 11, 2, 3,
136 . Seniors
MOREE, SCOTT - DECA Business M
President, Student Council
MOREE, TENEKA KEE - Beta, FHA, Math Club, OEA
Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y Reporter, Track HJ, Volleyball 11, 21,
Who's Who in American High Schools.
MORRIS, DONNA - Chess Club Secretary, FTA, OEA,
Tennis U, 23, Band 11, 21
MOSS, MERWIN - Chess Club, DECA, FFA, Football U,
21, Track U, 21
MOUNCE, MICHELLE - Choir, FHA, FTA
MULLENS, DEBBIE - CVAE President and Vice President,
FHA President and Vice President, HECE Secretary, HERO,
Most Outstanding CVAE Student
NEAL, STACY - FHA, FFA, FTA, VICA Secretary, Football
11, 2, 3, 41, Track til
NEWBERRY, ROBBIE - FHA, Choir, HECE President
NICHOLS, RANDY - VICA President, Football U, Zl,
PACKARD, WENDY 1 Chess'CIublSJecretary, DECA,
Spanish Club 5 1 'Sfff
PARKER, CARRIE 4 FHA, FTA, OEA, 1980 Yacht Staff,
Who's Who in American High Schools, VOE Valentine
PARSON, DWAYNE - Chess Club, DECA Vice President
PENDERGRAFT, SANDRA - FHA, Speech Club, VICA,
PRYOR, IANET - Beta Reporter, FHA, FTA, OEA
Parliamentarian and Vice President, Spirit Club, Who's
Who in American High Schools
Seniors - 137
RAISSEZ, SALVADOR - FFA, Band 11, 21
ck, PAUL - FHA, FFA, Building Trades, Basketball 111
RAY, TERESA - Beta Secretary, FHA, FTA President and
Treasurer, Math Club Treasurer, Spirit Club, Student
Council, Senior Student Council Representative, Band
Treasurer, All District Band, Girls' State Alternate, UIL
Spelling, Drum Major 141
RODEN, CHARLEY - FFA, Key Club, lournalism, Speech
ROUTON, KURT - Beta, FFA Sentinel, Key Club
Sergeant at Arms, Football 11, 2, 3, 41, First Team All-
SHARROCK, MARTY - FFA, FHA, Football 11, 2, 3, 41
SIMPSEN, SHARON - Beta Treasurer, FHA, Math Club,
Tri-Hi-Y President, FHA Sweetheart, Flag Corps 13, 41
SKEEN,gBRENDA - FHA Treasurer, FTA, Keywanettes,
' 1 T ' ' " Spirit Club, Tri-Hi-Y, lunior Student Council
Representative, Volleyball 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3,
41, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Best All Around Freshman, VICA
Sweetheart, Volleyball Sweetheart, All District Honorable
Mention Volleyball, Homecoming Queen, Miss North
SKINNER, ROBERT - Chess Club, Key Club, Football 11,
2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 21, Track 11, 21, All District Football
SLAGLE, IEFF - Chess Club, DECA, FFA, Spanish Club,
Tennis 11, 2, 3, 41
SMITH, LEA ANNE - Beta, Keywanettes, FHA, OYRA,
AIRA, ETHSRA, NETHSRA, 4-H, Spanish Club, Track 11, 21
SPARKS, LAURA - Beta, DECA President, FHA, Office
Assistant, Spanish Club, Basketball 111, Track 11, .21,
Volleyball 11, 21, Best All Around Sophomore, lunlior
Student Council Representative
STARKS, DERWIN - FTA, FFA, Student Council, Football
11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 41, Track 11, 2, 31, Best All
Around Runner in Track
STEPHENS, Loki srisw - FHA, FTA Vice President and
Historian, 1981fYav:hTStaff, Student Council, Band.11, 2,
31, Majorette 121, Powderpuff, Office Assistant
138 e Seniors
STRIPLAND, TOMMY - FFA, FHA, Basketball 13, 41
SULLIVAN, IOHN - Building Trades, FHA, Key Club,
VOCT, Library Assistant
THOMPSON, ROGER - Beta, FFA, Key Club, lournalism,
Math Club, Tennis 11, 2, 3, 41, UIL Slide Rule
THOMPSON, VICKIE - Spanish Club, OEA, Flag Corps
12f3,'-N41 eaes ea -ra
THREADGILL, BRAD - DECA, FFA, Key Club, Band 11, 2,
TISDELL, TODD - Key Club President, Math Club,
Football 13, 41
TODD, MELODIE - VICA Treasurer, Cosmetology
TWITTY, MIKE - FFA, FTA, VICA, Football 111, Basketball
VANDERBURG, BREANA - Beta, lournalism, Spanish
Club Treasurer, Volleyball 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketbal 11, 2, 3,
41, Powderpuff 13, 41
VANHOOSER, RENEE - Beta, Keywanette Treasurer and
President, Math Club, FHA, Tri-Hi-Y Vice-President, Youth
for Christ, FHA, Senior Class Secretary, Student Council,
Girls' State, BP8tW Representative, Kiwanis Pancake
Queen, Flag Corps Valentine Sweetheart, Flag Corps 12,
3, 41, Co-Captain Flag Corps 141
VANNORD, REBECCA - FTA, Spanish Club, Annual
Staff, Band 11, 41, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 41,
Powderpuff Football, Basketball Manager 131
WALL, DEANNA - FTA, Keywanettes, OEA, Tri-Hi-Y,
Student Council, Spirit Club, Spanish Club Secretary,
Golf13, 41Ma16rette'1'1, 2, 3, 41, Band11, 2, 3, 41
WASHINGTON, IIMMY - CVAE Treasurer, VICA, Third
Place in CVAE Welding 131, Fifth Place in CVAE Welding
WEBB, KENNETH - FFA, FHA, FTA, Football 11, 2, 3, 41,
Basketball 11, 2, 31, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Baseball 111, All
District Football Honorable Mention
WEBB, ROCHELLE - Beta Chaplain, FTA, Student
Council Cha lain, Basketball 11, 21, Track 11, 21, All
District Banff FFA Sweetheart, Homecoming Queen
Nominee, Band 11, 2, 3, 41, Cheerleader 13, 41, Pep
Seniors - 139
WEDDLE, KELLY - Beta Treasurer and Vice President,
FHA President, Math Club Secretary, Student Council,
1980 Yacht Assistant Editor, 1981 Yacht Editor, Yacht
Sweetheart, Science Fair Over All Biology Winner, BP8tW
Representative, Girls' State, Who's Who in American
High Schools, Yacht Valentine Sweetheart, Cheerleader
11, 21, Flag Corps 12, 3, 41, Flag Corps Captain 13, 41
WELLS, SUSAN - OEA, Choir
WILLIAMS, CHRIS - Building Trades, Chess Club,
Football 111, Track 111
WILLIAMS, MERRITT - FHA, FFA, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41,
Track 11, 2, 31, All-District Basketball, Sophomore of the
WILLIAMSON, DONNA - DECA Secretary, Vice
President, Keywanettes, Band 111
WILSON, MARLA - Math Club Secretary, Keywanettes,
Band President and Treasurer, Iunior Class Treasurer,
Senior Class Treasurer, All-District Band, Girls' State
Alternate, Band 11, 2, 3, 41, Band Sweetheart, DAR Good
YOUNG, LARRY - FHA, FFA, Foreign Language Club,
Football 111, Track 11, 21
YOUNG, TERRY - FTA, VICA President and Reporter,
Football 11, 21, Track 11, 21
Senior Class Meeting: Seniors Mer-
win Moss, john McGee, and Teresa
Ray attend a Senior Class Meeting.
1Right1 Preparing for Homecoming:
Senior Lisa McAllister prepares dec-
orations for homecoming.
140 - Seniors
1Right1 Taking a Break: Seniors Tony
Anderson, Cliff Chadwick, and
Stacy Neal take a break at the
Homecoming Game. Also resting is
junior Kelvin Branch 13421.
juniors Win First Place in
Math Club Spirit Chain
to Make lvlr. Eads Eat Pie
lunior class officers for 1980-81 are: Dee Hillers, President, Roger
Bryan, Vice President, Carol Tschoerner, Secretary, Ginny lones,
Treasurer, QStarvdingJ Kelvin Branch, Reporter, and Barry
laneway, Karon Spann, and Ernest McCarty, Student Council
Anderson, Clearance lohn
Tri-Hi-Y by Seniors
fLeftl Homecoming Decorations: luniors Rosanna
Reed, Renee Story, and Ruthy Stephens tape let-
ters for Tri-Hi-Y Homecoming decorations.
lRightJ Key Club Meeting: lunior Key Club Mem-
bers B. l. Templeton, Keith Draper, and Chris
Truan participate in a weekly meeting.
iLeftJ Tri-Hi-Y Initiation: Kelly Weddle initiates lun-
ior Tri-Hi-Y members Candi Carico and Carol
juniors - 147
Sophomore Class Officers for 1980-81 are: jeff
Draper, President, Trava Coston, Vice President,
Laura Pasteka, Treasurer, tStandingJ Donald
Vaughan, Reporter, and Wendy letton and Lee
Ray, Student Council Representatives. Christie N lEXXTLrWQg1Q
Eastman, Secretary, and Curlese Webb, Student 5, f ' U1Mt!,,
Council Representative, are not pictured.
' Bailey, Linda
148 0 Sophomores
Sophomore jeff Draper Wins
First in State UIL Number Sense
tLeftJ Varsity Football Managers: Sophomores
Tim Ritchey, leff Williamson, and Craig Huff-
man help on the sidelines at Homecoming.
fRightJ Question time: Sophomore Lisa Blevins
goes to ask a question about her English
Sophomores - 153
Kim Cope ls Freshman
Freshman Class Officers for 1980-81 are: Kim Cope, President,
Angie Anderson, Vice President, lerry Smallwood, Secretaryg
Cae Crowell, Treasurer, tStandingl Scotty Byers, Reporter, and
Ron Howard, loan Hillers, and Margaret Cooper, Student
Bills, Charlotte f '
154 - Freshmen
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Richard Byrd poses by his door
Election time rolled around once again in 1980, and the
Presidential Election was the big issue. Presidential and Vice
Presidential Candidates and their parties were: Republicans
Ronald Reagan and George Bush, Democrats Jimmy Carter
and Walter Mondale, Libertarians Ed Clark and Davis Koch,
and Independents lohn Anderson and Patrick Lucey.
Everywhere you looked at NL, there were campaign but-
tons, bumper stickers, and posters, and away from school
there were billboards and radio and television advertise-
ments to try to persuade citizens to vote for certain candi-
Mr. Byrd, Mr. Hodgkiss, and Mrs. Hickman tried to get
their students into the spirit of the campaign by decorating
their classrooms with posters, bumper stickers, and various
other materials in order to promote the election. They
devoted a great deal of class time to discussion of the elec-
tion and candidates, and Mr. Byrd had voter registration
cards for all eighteen year olds.
Local and state officials were also elected at this time.
Everyone was encouraged to vote in the election. Voting for
the person or ideas of one's choice is what has made our
country the proud and strong country that it is today. Indi-
viduals can make a difference.
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fTopJ Campaign posters: Mr.
which is decorated with
160 - Election
FP' Wvrkersm Clear Choice...
fLeftl Class Discussion Andra Burton and Kenneth Webb discuss th
election during Government Class
Vote CARTER For Presidenf
,tTop Righty Pyramid: Cheerleaders Leslie
McDonald, Tonya Whitener, Monti How-
lard, Sharon Spann, Seanda Towler, Kristi
King, and Sherry Taylor build a pyramid as
mascot Natalie Taylor watches.
.lTop Leftj Presiding: Melissa Vanderburg
presides over a student council meeting.
lMiddle Right, Building Spirit: Eighth Grade
Football players cheer at a pep rally.
tBottom Leftj Leading the Prayer: John
Robert Brown prepares to lead a prayer at
a pep rally.
lBottom Righty Kristi King
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junior High 0 161
Seventh Grade Powder Puff Cheerleaders are:
Sean Freeman, Marty Mabry, Shane Roberts, and
fMiddle Leftl Showing Their Spirit: ""' i
Karen Ray, jimmy Bailey, Michael Rx
Fouse, Kelly Locke and Steve Story
show their spirit at a Thursday pep R
QMiddle Righty Go Over There: Mr.
Kenny Sanders tells Kara Stephens
where to sit at a lunior High Pep
tRightl Student Council Meeting:
Student Council members listen
while Monti Howard reads minutes
of the last meeting.
162 - Activities i
lLeftJ Eighth Grade Powder Puff Cheerleaders are: Bret Cope,
lohn Robert Brown, Derrell Fortner, and Allan Fouse.
lTop Rightj Building a Pyramid: junior High Cheerleaders
Tonya Whitener, Sherry Taylor, Kristi King, Mascot Seanda
Towler, Monti Howard, Leslie McDonald, and Sharon Spann
build a pyramid at a basketball game.
lLeftJ Go Get 'Em Boys: Coach Jimmie Stripland gives
instructions to the Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball Team.
fLeftl Powder Puff Pep Rally: Eighth
Grade Participants prepare for the
Powderpuff Game which was
cancelled until a later date due to
Activities 0 163
Cheerleaders Have First Mascot
Uopl lunior High Cheerleaders for 1980-81 are: Sharon
Spann, Tonya Whitener, Kristi King, Seanda Towler, Leslie
McDonald, Monti Howard, and Sherry Taylor.
fRightJ Kick Routine: Cheerleaders do a kick routine in a
164 0 Cheerleaders
lLeftl Cheerleader Tryouts: Seanda Towler tries out for lunior High
QRightJ Leading a Chant: Cheerleaders lead a chant to build spirit before
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op Leftl Mascot: Natalie Taylor is lunior High Cheerleader Mascot.
Leftl What Will We Do Next? lohn Robert Brown discusses
next cheer with Seanda Towler, Sherry Taylor, and Kristi King.
lTop Rightl Finishing a Cheer: lunior High Cheerlead-
ers finish a cheer to promote spirit.
lMiddle Righty All In a Line: lunior High Cheerleaders
finish the cheer in a new way,
lBottom Rightl Talking it Over: Sherry Taylor and Kristi
King talk over the next cheer,
Cheerleaders - 165
166 0 Gi
Members of the 1981 Eighth Grade Girls'
Track Team are: fSeatedl Angie Anderson,
Yvetta McAllister, Margaret Cooper, Terra
Franklin, fMiddle Rowl Renee Carroll,
Karena Bakewell, Leandra Border, Jackie
Anderson, julie Sherrer, tBack Rowl Mrs.
Virginia Bolton, Shelly McKnight, Susan
King, Kristi Hearne, Kim Cope, Becky Fuller,
Melissa Mahan, Karen Bean, and Lynetta
fMiddle Leftl Waiting her Turn: Angie Anderson awaits the arrival of her
team member and her turn to run in a relay.
fMiddle Righty Winning Throw? Kim Cope throws the discus with hopes
that hers will be a winning distance.
tBottom Rightl Relaxation: Members of the junior High Track Teams Renee
Carroll, Kim Cope, Angie Anderson, Melissa Mahan, Nikki Fendley, and Mitzi
Armstrong take a few minutes to rest with james Boyd at Pantherette
rls' Track I
Members of the 1980 Seventh Grade Girls'
Track Team are: tSeatedJ Kelly Bryant,
Tonya Whitener, fStandingJ Mrs. Virginia
Bolton, Cheryl Gibson, Monti Howard,
Kara Stephens, Tangi Terpening, Melissa
Vanderbureg, and Kelly Pardee.
tLeftl How far? Tangi Terpening completes her Long lump at
Pantherette relays with hopes of a winning finish.
fBottom Leftl First Place: Monti Howard comes in for a first place finish
at Pantherette Relays.
fBottom Righty Across the Line! Becky Fuller crosses the finish line in First
Place at Pantherette relays.
Girls' Track - 167
Members of the 1980 Eighth Grade Boys' Track Team are: tSeatedl leff
Kinslow, Stan Phipps, Mike Moore, joe Hoskins, Scotty Byers, Kenneth
Broadway, Brett Taylor, flineelingl Loren Spethman, loey Carico, Mark
lones, Thad McEntyre, Leon jackson, Craig Bailey, Mark Parson, tBret Overl
lody Carroll, Billy Poole, Wesley Mitchell, lerry Smallwood, Glen Young, and
Gerald Henderson. fTop Rowj lames Boyd, Coach Fred Nutt, Billy Lawler,
Paul Ray Spencer, Rodney Lloyd, Greg Roberson, and Chad Garrett.
168 0 Boys' Track
fRightJ Ugh! Bret Cope starts to throw the Discus
fLeftl Ready - Billy Lawler prepares to throw the Discus
the lunior Panther Relays,
l i A
Winning Distance? Chad Garrett goes
back to prepare the Shot Put at lunior
Members of the 1980 Seventh Grade Boys'
Track Team are: tSeatedl Randall Sparks, Tim
Sparks, Chuck Ausmus, Tim Phipps, Steve
Raney, Kevin Mclntyre, Roland Berry, tMiddle
Rowl Mark Esterer, Rodney Skidmore, Bret
Cope, Troy Hogue, Monty White, Alan Fouse,
Doug Lindsey, Don McDonald, Todd Landis,
lBack Rowl Robert Self, Coach Fred Nutt, john
Robert Brown, Robert Berry, Drei Rendsland,
Denny Kyle, Karl Kemper, Billy Collard, and
Second Place! Roland Berry crosses the finish
line in the Mile Run for a second place finish at
lunior Panther Relays.
Boys' Track - 169
fTopj Members of the 1980 Eighth Grade Football Team are: iSeatedj
Monty White, Vernon Pitts, Billy Wall, Donny Blevins, Wade Evans, Tim
Phipps, Derrell Fortner, Tim Sparks, james Procter, Randall Sparks, Mike
Russell, Bart jetton, Don McDonald, QMiddle Rowj Tony Lamberson, jason
Bounds, Mark Esterer, Chuck Ausmus, jason Vanderburg, Richard Harper,
Billy Perry, Brad Bankston, Gaylon Tucker, Roland Berry, Mark Hennager,
Tommy jenkins, Greg Griffin, Bryan Lowry, Duane Gibson, Robert Self,
fBack Rowj jamie Clifton, Billy Collard, Karl Kemper, Phil Echols, Allan
Dollins, Carl Hicks, jesse Filkins, Todd Landis, Kevin Mclntyre, john Robert
Brown, Alan Fouse, David Christian, Bret Cope, Troy Hogue, Billy Matthews,
Robert Berry, Kevin Adams, and Lyndel McGee.
fRightj Defensive Instmctions: john Robert Brown Qlf30j receives instructions
for the next defensive play from Coach jimmie Stripland.
170 1 Football
Defe ts Travis
Members oithe 1980 Seventh Gr d Football Te are: lFront Rowj ff Shr eder,
Cedric Ricks, cotty Reed, Ken f ington,LeeC , nes, Se Free an
Toby La bers n, T , es Birdsong, Ke yLocke, a ' joe
Bakewel Larry amp, Keithj on, Ga lon Ca bell f2n Rowj onnie asenby
Clay Mc night, 'keSmith, Ti use, e awle ,Monty arson,
Armstro Pat Th mas, Step '-n ,L no o john Holli ,CaryF dley, Donny yd, Mike
ance,E dy Lawle Kevin An son Mike Christia ,Grd R wjDvJayne St ggs, Kelly
johnson, hris Shurtleff, jim ii i ' ez, Billy McDo ell,C eMorrison,Q4t Rowj
David Bivl ns ja aig Fleming Mark Gr eg jun or Wear
Coach Alin Morris, jim Bailey, 'Marty M ster Eddy hennault,
' , , ' , a 0 e,
St , ' '
Bush, Shane Roberts, ea, Kenny Thoma and Coach ji xmie
Striplan . F " '!
lLeftj A Little Help! Coach Alan Morris gives instructions to Mike Lawler H1821 and Mark
172 0 Football
lLeftJ Signals from the bench: lohn
Robert Brown 11821, Drei Rendsland di
72l, and Billy Collard UMOJ watch for
signals from the coach in the Travis
Game which was called because of
fTop Rightj Taking a Break: Members
of the Eighth Grade Football team take
a break in the game with Prairiland
which they lost.
lMiddle Rightl Kick Off: Members of the Seventh Grade Kick off team
prepare to kick off in the game with Prairiland which they won
lRightJ Successful tackle: Seventh Graders Craig Fleming df85l, Cody Foster
lff61l, and Mary Mabry IMOJ have just completed a tackle in the game with
lRightJ Defense! Members of the Eighth Grade
Defensive Team get up off a tackle.
Mt. Vernon which they lost
Good Tackle: Seventh Graders james Owens 13811,
Jimmy Bailey 13301, and Cedric Ricks 13521 get a
successful tackle in the game with Prairiland which
7 they won 12-0.
Blocking: Eighth Graders Billy Collard 13121, Brad
Bankston 13101, and Robert Self 13801 block as john
Robert Brown 13301 is tackled in the game with Mt.
Vernon which they lost 22-0.
Defensive Huddle: Eighth Grade Defense huddles in the game
which the Panthers lost to Mt. Vernon 22-0.
Helping Hand: Stephen Bush 1381 is
assisted by fellow teammates after
being tackled in the game with Mt.
Vernon which Panthers lost 14-8.
Football 0 173
Members of the Eighth Grade Girls' Basketball Team are:
tKneelingl Melissa Moss, Kristin Newman, Cheryl Gibson,
Mitzi Armstrong, Kim Lawler, Nikki Fendley, Melissa
Dannheim, Kelly Pardee, lStandingJ Coach Alan Morris, Lori
Roberts, Shawn Scott, Lynetta Thompson, Melissa
Vanderburg, Carla Dangerfield, Kara Stephens, and Linda
lRightl Miss That Shot! Seventh Graders Christina Mayo ffll34l
and Tina Dollins lfl53j pray that the Blossom player will miss
the shot when she makes it.
174 - Girls' Basketball
Members of the Seventh Grade Girls' Basketball Team: flineelingl
Angie Abbott, Shannon Bean, Christina Mayo, Andrea Izzo, Ginger
Cook, Patricia Rucker, Wendy Ausmus, QStandingJ lulie Renfro,
Heather Earls, Tracy Long, Tina Dollins, Kristi Harris, Angela
Threadgill, and Charlotte Anderson, and Coach Alan Morris.
lLeftJ Watching the game: Coach Alan Morris and members of the
seventh grade team intently watch the game with Blossom.
lTop Righty Guarding: Charlotte Anderson lH31y and Heather Earls Ul41y
guard the shot of a Blossom player.
tLefty Congratulations: Members of the Eighth Grade Team congratulate
Blossom team members following their game.
fMiddle Righty Practice! Melissa Dannheim and Melissa Moss practice
their shots before the game with Blossom.
lBottom Righty Trying to Steal the Ball: Seventh Graders Christina Mayo
lif32y, Heather Earls lif41y, and Charlotte Anderson lfl31y watch as a
teammate attempts to steal the ball from a Blossom player.
176 0 Girls Basketball
Eighth Grade Defeats Travis 41-22
1top Left1 Going for the Ball: Seventh Graders Patricia Rucker
19131, Heather Earls 13411, and Charlotte Anderson 111311 go
for the ball in the first game of the season with Blossom.
1Top Right1 What Dol Do Next? Patricia Rucker 1fl131 tries to
decide on her next move.
1Middle Left1 Get Over There! Coach jimmy Stripland gives
instructions to Ginger Cook 1fl111 and Tina Dollins1fl531 in the
game with Blossom.
1Bottom Left1 Going for the Rebound: Ginger Cook 13111,
Heather Earls 13411, and Patricia Rucker 111131 go for the
1Bottom Right1 Our Ball! Christina Mayo 15331 goes for the ball
after Patricia Rucker 111311 has tipped it.
-4' I 111, 1,
5' M A . ,r
Girls' Basketball 177
Eighth Grade Plays Twelve Games
QTopJ Members of the Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball
Team are: fFront Rowj Derrell Fortner, Vernon Pitts,
Wade Evans, Tim Phipps, Robert Bills, Lance Allison,
fBack Rowl Brad Bankston, Billy Collard, Robert Self,
Bret Cope, Monty White, Bart letton, and Coach
tRightJ Guarding the Shot: Monty White 01301 and Tim
Phipps fff10j attempt to keep their opponent from
. making a shot.
178 . Boys' Basketball
Uopj Members of the Seventh Grade Boys' Basketball Team are: lFront
Rowl Craig jones, Robert Bills, Robbie Reed, Cedric Ricks, Mike McFrazier,
fBack Row, Mickey Fouse, Kenny Thomas, Shane Roberts, Chad Cole,
Stephen Bush, jimmy Bailey, and Coach limmie Stripland.
iLeftJ Two Points: Chad Cole flf14l shoots as jimmy Bailey 43455 looks on.
Boys' Basketball . 179
limmie Stripland ls New Coach
fRightl Reaching! Robert Self M401 goes for a jump
ball as Bret Cope 19541 and Monty White H1301
hope it will come in their direction.
Moving up the Court: Seventh Graders limmy Bailey llf45l, Chad
Cole 01141, and Shane Roberts H1251 move to the other end of
Preventing a Point! Chad Cole lff25l attempts to knock down
an opponent's shot.
180 . Boys' Basketball
Stretch as Far as You Can! Robert Self 01403 attempts to tip the ball to
teammate, Billy Collard 10221.
tLeftl 0pponent's Ball! Robert Self C3405 is
unable to tip the ball in his teammate's
QRightJ Passing the Ball down the Court:
Monty White M301 passes the ball to a
fMiddle LeftlHere it ls! limmy Bailey UMSJ
passes the ball as Craig jones 13241,
Stephen Bush 01443, and Shane Roberts ffl
25J are prepared to catch it.
QBottoml Free Throw: Stephen Bush makes
a free throw as his teammates anticipate
fBottom Rightj Two Points! Monty White
111302 hopes his shot will go in as Bret Cope
Boys' Basketball 181
gg Mrs. Rhonda Morris Is New Director
Members of the Beginning Band are: lFront Rowy Renea Barksdale, Melissa Jensen, Mechelle Moody, Kim Bryer, Karen Ray, Rebecca
Tracy Brown, Laura McGee, Sandy Sparks, Christy Marshall, fSecond Rowj Debora Fleming, Angie Abbott, Kelli Shawhart, Cynthia I
lulie Renfro, Stacy Blount, Angela Threadgill, Lorea Vanderburg, Ramona Webb, Lynetta Thompson, Christina Mayo, Denise Moore, Liz
Timmy Gwinn, Ann Broadway, Laurie Sandefer, tThird Rowj Trigg Wigley, loe Denny, Tim Fouse, Kerry Fendley, Rachel VanNoord, john
Scottie Reed, Michael McFrazier, Cedric Ricks, Sonya Case, Marty Mabry, Lynn Graham, David Bivens, Duane Staggs, Brent Cuttrell, Chad
Robert Daniels, lBack Rowj lohn Whitten, Robin Duley, Brad Bullard, Chris Shurtleff, Mike Maxcy, Stacy Armstrong and Mrs. Rhonda Morris.
Members of the lntennediate Band are: lFront Rowj Donnie Blevins, Seanda Towler, Cheryl Gibson, Nikki Oliver, Becky McNabb, Teresal
Reeves, Charisa Thurman, Andrea Izzo, lSecond Rowj Randall Sparks, Shelley Clarkson, Charlot Sims, Richard Harper, Kyle Dickson, Shannori
Sims, Steve Raney, Kim Fleming, Tanya Shannon, lThird Rowj Cara Hullinger, Lance Allison, Mileeta Reed, Mark Payne, Danny Estes, Rodney Skida
more, Adam Arnold, Lea Ann Colvin, Brent Parsons, Tim Sparks, Billy Matthews, james Proctor, lBack Rowj Tony Lamberson, Duane Gibson,
Kevin Mclntyre, Mark Esterer, leff Shawhart, Ricky Nafe, Edward Hostetler, and Mrs. Rhonda Morris.
182 . Bands
Sharon Spann ls President
Members of the Seventh Grade Choir are: iFront Rowl Michelle Davis, Laura McGee, Amy Ray, Stacy Campbell, Kim Bryer, Kristin Wright,
Cindy Spencer, Ginger Hook, Christie Marshall, Karen Dressler, Catona Allison, iSecond Rowl Tracy Brown, Pam Gibson, Chris Flick, lulie
justice, Rhonda Frazier, Sandy Sparks, Andrea Izzo, Lisa Crutchfield, Robin Dooley, Lana Allison, LaDonna Donahue, Stacy Chase, iThird Rowl
Stacy Byers, Karen Ray, Karen Box, Chrystal Darnell, Debra Felming, lulie Renfro, Stacy Blevins, Tanya Hicks, Lisa Lasenby, Shannon Bean,
Denise Bowers, Cindy Parsons, Heather Earls, tBack Rowl Rebecca Vaughan, Vicky Mahan, ludith George, Melissa Maggard, Kristi Harris,
Tammy Brownfield, Tracy Long, Tina Dollins, Peggy limmerson, Patty Hale, Angela Threadgill, and Angie Abbott.
Members of the combined Eighth Grade and High School Choirs are: lFront Rowl Tina McCloud, Tammy Sugg, Kristin Newman, Kristi King,
Cheryl Gibson, Melissa Dannheim, Melissa Moss, Suzanne Worley, Leslie Box, Kelly Bryant, Suzie Moore, Mitzi Armstrong, lSecond Rowj Monti
Howard, Lisa Cos, Melanie Young, lulie Yerby, Nancy Willman, Paula Ballard, Gayla Kelley, Lisa Sheets, Shelley Clarkson, Michelle Moody, Sandy
Landers, Brenda Eudy, CThird Rowl Arletta Foster, Tonya Whitener, Pamela Sims,
Kim Fleming, Nikki Fendley, Teresa Reeves, Charlot Sims, Leslie McDonald, Sharon
Spann, Sheila Ballard, Renee McGuire, Angie Stephens, Seanda Towler, 1Back Rowl
Angie Spann, Tammie Skeen, Loretta Thompson, Kim Lawler, Kellee Barnes, lency
Brooks, Kara Stephens, Melissa Vanderburg, Dana Rodgers, Linda McKinney, Alice
Land, Tammy Kelly, Backy McMonigle, Tia Mitchell.
Choir Officers are: iSeatedJ Sharon Spann, President, Kara Stephens, Vice-
President, iStandingl Dana Rodgers, Reporter, and Suzy Moore, Secretary,
Choirs . 183
Council members start to unpack the
popcorn which they have sold on its
iMiddle Righty Student Council Officers
are: lFront Rowj Monti Howard, Secretary,
Melissa Vanderburg, President, Sharon
Spann, Vice-President, 1Back Rowj Kara
Stephens, Treasurer, Monty White,
Reporter, and Bret Cope, Historian.
lBottom Righty Powderpuff Football Game:
Student Council sponsored the
Powderpuff Football Game between
184 . Student Council
Student Council Sells Popcorn
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Members of the junior High Student Council are: tFront Rowl lody Owen, Mike Maxcy, Craig lones, Mitzi Armstrong, Sean Free-
man, Kevin Anderson, iMiddle Rowj Mike Washington, Kim Lawler, Monti Howard, Sharon Spann, Phil Echols, LeAnn Ausmus,l
Eddie Kyle, fBack Rowl Sponsor Kenny Sanders, Monty White, Melissa Vanderburg, Kara Stephens, Brian Collard, john Robert
Brown, Charolt Sims, and Bret Cope, l
Popcom Everywhere! Student
seventh and eighth grade girls.
iTop Leftl Food for the Needy: Student Council
eftl New School Sign: This is the sign which the Student Council bought
or the school.
iddle Rightj Discussing the meeting: Melissa Vanderburg, Kara Stephens,
nd Sherry Taylor discuss a meeting.
officers display food they collected for the needy.
iTop Rightl Listening: Members listen to a regular
lMiddle Leftl Powderpuff Cheerleaders: Eighth
grade cheerleaders are Alan Fouse, lohn Robert
Brown, Bret Cope, and Derrell Fortner.
ln its third year of existence, the lunior High Student
Council had 20 members. Mr. Kenny Sanders was
For fundraisers, members sold popcorn, NL caps,
and candy. Student Council also sponsored a slave day
to help teachers, a fifties day for the student body, and
a Powderpuff football game between seventh and
eighth grade girls. With the money they raised, they
bought a marble sign to be put in front of the school
and went out to eat pizza.
As a service project, members collected food and
canned goods for needy families in the school district.
Student Council . 185
Favontes Eight Grade Favorites are Monty White and
Cutest and Most Handsome Cutest Eighth Grade girl
is Suzy Moore, Most Handsome Boy IS Brad Bankston
Seventh Grade Favontes Shannon Bean and Mickey
Fouse are Seventh Grade Favorites
Most Handsome and Cutest: Cutest Seventh Grade
Girl is Stacy Campbell. Most Handsome Seventh
Grader is Shane Roberts.
Mr. a Iss
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Seventeen Faculty Members
Instruct Iunior High
ANTHONY, BOBBY - Seventh Grade
BOLTON, VIRGINIA - Literature
BROOKS, DONNA - Plan A
CAMSTER, ARNELLE - Math
CONEY, LJ. - Civics
DAVIS, MARGIE - Secretary to
ECHOLS, REBA - Remedial Reading
ELLIS, ROSETTA - Ianitor
EMLER, NORMA - Occupational
GOSE, DAN - Seventh Grade Science
GOSE, PAT - Librarian
LONG, LATANAE - Chorus, History,
190 . Faculty
Righty Giving Instructions: Mr. Dan Gose gives instructions to
tudents at a pre-game pep rally.
LONG, LAQUINTA - Plan A Aide
MOORE, CAROLYN - Title I Aide
MORRIS, ALAN - Girls Athletics, P.E.,
MORRIS, RHONDA - lunior High
MORTON, MARY LOUISE - Plan A
NORRELL, JAMES - American History
ROBISON, GENE - Language and
SANDERS, KENNETH - Eighth Grade
STRIPLAND, IIMMIE - Boys Athletics,
Eighth Grade Math, Algebra I
SUGG, ELLA - Eighth Language and Art
VANCE, MARY - TitlelMath
Faculty . 191
Brown, lohn Robert
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Eighth Grade . 193
194 - Eighth Grade
Eighth Graders Take Algebra
Kennemer, Mary Nell
McAlester, Mae West
Eighth Grade - T95
Wright, Leigh Ann
Seventh Grade Loses Powder
Bakewe , joseph
196 - Eighth, Seventh Grades
Fendle , Kerry
Filkins, Earl "
Seventh Grade - 197
198 v Seventh Grade
Seventh Grade Has 182 Students
Glenn, Mic ael
Glover, A. I.
Seventh Grade - 199
Enjoying the Pep Rally: Kristi King and Seanda
Towler enjoy the Powder Puff Pep Rally.
200 0 Seventh Grade
Seventh Grade Football Team
Thread ill, Angela
Van Noord, Rachel
Vau han, Rebecca
Righty Randy Osbome, Rae lean Pil-
and lohn Mclntyre show carpet
from Highland Building Materials
Charles Burton and Richard Watson
their orders at McDonald's.
iddle Righty Kelly Weddle displays some
fthe fabric at Discount Fabric.
ottom Leftl Lori Stephens and Ronda
ersh pose before a wood heater at
ottom Righty Brian Brashier.
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Each of our staff are graduates of the Realtor Institute and are active in the affairs
the community. Owners of Paris Realty are Jimmy Guthrie, Mary Lou Coe, and Bi
2335 Lamar Phone 785-8504 Paris, Texal
Scott Bell and Richard Watson have just finished a meal of the tine Mexican Food found at GRlNGO'S,
131 Bonham Street, in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-1411 lor the linest in Mexican Food.
Full Line Home Furnishings
1915N-Main QUALITY FURNITURE
Paris, Texas 75460
Phone 784-6564 7 Lamar Ave.
Phone 734-7446 Paris, Texas 75460
TH E AUTGMOTIVE JUSTIN wnANc.LEn
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260 Church S+ree+ Williamsburg Shopping Center
Paris, Texas 75460 784-5404
AUTO PARTS' STORES
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH'S new Family Life Center is not just for young people, b
for all ages. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH invites you to their Sunday or Wednesday se
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
207 Church Street Phone 785-643
Paris, Texas 75460
204 - Ads
Stephens invites you to come by DAVIDSON MUFFLER ii2, located at 408 Bon-
Street in Pans Texas For all your muffler needs, phone 784-7137.
L. 0. HAMMON'S MEN'S STORE is located at 27
Lamar Avenue in Paris, Texas for your shopping
convenience. Steve Tisdell shows some of the
fine merchandise found at HAMMON'S.
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You are invited to come to CATO CAMPER SALES, located on Highway 82 East o
Paris, Texas. CATO'S offers a complete line of campers for your enjoyment. Come b
or Phone 785-4677 or 784-4611.
CATO CAMPER SALES
206 0 Ads
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uthy Stephens, Renee Story, and Dana Morriss invite you to come by FULLER FURNITURE, 201 Bon-
ham Street, in Paris, Texas for all your furniture needs.
l NORTH TEXAS AGRICULTURAL -
' FRY-GIBBS CREDIT
- FU N ERA L HO M E .
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38 First Street
730 Clarksville Street ' Pa ris, Texas Paris, Texas 75460
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Blonkinship Oil Company, Inc.
I425 So. Church
""""'S- TEXAS 75460 JOHNSON FLORIST
1800 South Church
Paris, Texas 75460
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Gene Hay invites you to use the full computer services offered by COMPUTER DATA
MANAGEMENT, 130 8th S.E., in Paris, Texas. A
Phone 784-0580 for information on all services offered.
COMPUTER DATA 0
208 - Ads T
Your Happy Shopping Store
STONE TITLE CO., INC.
!Dana Morriss invites you to STONE TITLE COMPANY, INC.,
36 Clarksville Street, in Paris, Texas. Telephone l214l785-
.2519 tor all your title policy needs. Serving Lamar and Delta
ounties with abstracts of title and title insurance policies.
.W. Plaza Member FDIC
Serving Lamar County Since 1886
Supporting the Panthers
Ads 0 209
Richard Watson places his order at TACO DELITE, located at 1580 Clarksville Street in
Paris, Texas. TACO DELITE ofters Mexican food to suit your individual taste. You may
phone in your order at 785-7173.
TACO Buneens I
on Wear, Manager ol SMITH CARPETS shows Lori Stephens some of the fine carpet found at SMITH
ARPETS, 1289 Clarksville Street in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-6491.
Paris Home Owned Department Store
GIFTS - ACCESSORIES -- TABLETOP
32 W. Plaza
Paris, Texas 75460 NOTU1 Side Pl8Z8
I2 I 41 784-2524 Paris, Texas 784-4346
HOME DELIVERY SERVICE
Dresses Sportswear Lingerie
N I I I I , Cosmetics Shoes, Bags Jewelry
dt, THE COLLEGIATE
21 Clarksville Dial SU4-6711
Paris, Texas 75460
Paris' Largest Jeweler
"Distinctive Apparel for Smart Women"
Paris, Texas 75460 Phone 784-4369
North Lamar students Angie Thomas and Rusty Skidmore make a deposit with Mrs
Ann Thomas at LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK on the South Side ol' the Plaza in
downtown Paris, Texas. LIBERTY will help keep your money safe. Phone 785-7651.
Post Office Box 919.
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THE PARIS NEWS
Scott Bell, Dana Morriss, Ruthy Stephens, and Renee Story stand at THE PARIS NEWS which is located
at 138 Lamar in Paris, Texas. THE PARIS NEWS serves the entire Northeast Texas and Southeast
Oklahoma area. Phone in your subscription today at 784-4323.
Tony Malone shows you some of the fine items
AEA 1... if E MOTOR COMPANY
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S PORT! N 6 GOODS
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new cars tound at KOSTERMAN MOTOR
COMPANY, 222 Clarksville Street, in Paris,
39 Lamar Phone 785-3333 Paris, Texas
Ads 0 213
Dana Morriss and Shan Wigley stand in front of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION at 630 Clarksville Street in Paris, Texas. For information on our I
convenient savings accounts and Certificates of Deposit and Ioan information, phon
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
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Lori Stephens samples some CABELL'S milk. CABELL'S is located at 1606 Lamar Avenue in Paris,
Texas. For all your milk and ice cream needs, phone 785-0711.
VENDING SERVICE. ..
Candy - Cigarettes - Coffee - Cold Drinks
122 Bonham St. - Paris, Texas 75460 P"'F'Wm
Phone 784-3804 H
785-4791 After Hours 184-6312 785-8618
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139 Bonham Street
Paris, Texas 75460
Phone 784-4900 'B
Vista Bicycles Authorized Briggs -
McCulloch Saws Stratton and Lawson
Sales and Service
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OPUQAL Duspmsmv Glam.
Professional eye care
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Ronda Kersh and Lori Stephens show the new sign at PARIS BANK OF TEXAS.
PARIS BANK 0F TEXAS
Clarksville Street at 12th S.E. E-ch depommmed 10.40.000
- - - FEDEIAL DEPOSH INSURANCE CCRPO O
"Pans Bank IS Pans People"
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BABCOCK AND WILCOX
, Phone 784-2571 19th Southwest Post Office Box 490 Paris, Texas 75460
JOE ADAM'S USED CARS
At JOE ADAMS USED CARS, located at 610
INorth Main in Paris, Texas, Ruthy Stephens,
Renee Story, and Dana Morriss show one of the
fine selection of used cars.
Kelly Weddle shows some of the fine selection of
fabric found at DISCOUNT FABRIC, 1020
Dickson Avenue, in Paris, Texas. Phone 784-7792
for information of our complete line of fabric.
IEC U 5 PAY Off
Shan Wigley and Dana Morriss invite you to come to the COCA-COLA BOTTLING
COMPANY conveniently located at 1033 Bonham Street in Paris, Texas. Phone 784
3336 for service or information on services offered.
PARIS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC.
Lori Stephens and Ronda Kersh welcome all who enter PARIS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION af
1920 Clarksville Street, in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-6457 for all your money needs.
COMPANY TEXAS FURNITURE
111 Lamar Avenue
Paris, Texas 75460 134 1st S.W.
' Paris, Texas
Office Supplies 784-6370
Dorothy Lce's Ladies Apparel
C ULLU M AUTO
dk J PARTS
X 1402 North Main
Paris, Texas 75460
124 South Main
Paris, Texas 75460 Ph0He 735-1644
Ronda Kersh and Lori Stephens invite you to FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION
OF PARIS located at 655 Clarksville Street in Paris, Texas. You may phone FEDERAL
LAND BANK at 784-7461.
FEDERAL LAND BANK
ASSOCIATION OF PARIS
C. Don Hager Manager Bobby Pratt, Assistant Manage
STEELE AND THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
AND MONUMENT COMPANY
2601 Lamar Avenue Paris, Texas Phone 784-6623
HOLIDAY MOBILE Homes LAMAR SEED STORE
Park - Sales Gina Raney invites you to come by LAMAR SEED
HWY- 2f1 NOFU1 - Loop 286 STORE located at 135 Bonham Street, in Paris,
PENS, TGXHS 75Q80 . Texas. For pets to suit your needs and a full
Ph0l19 734-7325 'WIN H- 5lmPS9n selection of seeds, shop LAMAR SEED STORE.
Rochelle Webb, Jeff Slagle, and Kelly McAllister invite you to come by SLAGLE
BROTHERS USED CARS, 206 North Main in Paris, Texas, for all your used car needs. 2
For information on any car on our lot, phone 784-6371.
SLAGLE BRCTHERS USED 2
SAVl NG 'TIPS
on electric air conditioning
1. Set thermostat on 780, or higher.
11, Place unit where it'll get as little direct sun
l 2. Have equipment checked seasonally by 12. Aim air outlets at lower half of doorway to
L qualified serviceman. next room to allow warm air from that
N 3, Check filter eve,-y 30 days- Clean or room to enter at the doortop for recoollng,
replace when dirty, V9ClfCUl3U0Vl-
X 4. Keep furniture, draperies away from air 73- N9V?V vent ?'f Cofldltloflef W0 Qal-3994
outlets and returns. Clean grills often. Vemllailon 'S USUGHYJOQ DOO' fOf TOD
' 5. Close draperies and blinds to keep out performance Q1 you' Um'
sunlight. Conserve electricity and you help conserve I
6' Keep 'l'ep'aCe dame' C'OSef1 Zliilinilieil H3215l?SZd551L?epISSFtiZl2
7. Proper home insulation keeps heat OUT. will be enough to meet essential needs for
Cuts energlf Use' I electricity in the future.
8' Weamersmp doom and windows- Caulk lfyou would like additional information on
Cracks. H conserving electricity, call the Customer
94 5990 WIUFQTCQJFVS ClOS9Cl5b?Pen outside Service Representative in the TP8rl. Office.
oors as i eas possi e.
Follow above suggestions, plus these:
l 10. Buy units with highest "energy efficiency
ratio" CEERJ. If EER is not on sales tag, ask
for it or figure it yourself, Divide "wattage" TEXAS POWER gf LIGHT COMPANY
IDIO "BTU" C3DaCliy. A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility
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HOME 785-0912 PARIS. TEXAS 75460
Furniture - Carpet - Drapery
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T ' Shirts, etc- CASTLEBERRY
Mlke and Sheryl Rogers AuT
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120 Clarksville Street 'MiC"ffg,.!CfiEF"
- Paris' Texas 75460 115 South Main Paras, Texas 75460 784-3323
Former North Lamar Students Marsha Dennis, Beth Dressler, Tawana Westbrooks
and Judy Draper welcome you to PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE.
PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE
. . . Dedicated to the success of the students of Northeast Texas
A Two Year Comprehensive Public Community College
Founded in 1924
to order in advance.
arah Bratcher displays the fine assortment of
elts at YOUNG'S WESTERN WEAR, 138 South
ain, in Paris, Texas. For the tinest selection in
estern Wear, come by YOUNG'S.
Weddle, Debbie Moree, and Rae Jean Pilkinton invite you to come in at 2455 North Main in Paris,
exas, and try the complete selection of steaks, garden vegetables, and our salad bar. You may phone
Ken D. Barber Sq
bwner and Operator
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Fork Lifts ,Q
Bus: 2 I 4-785-7647
les and Installation
2910 N. Main
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Jerry Smallwood and Tammy Smallwood pose before one of the fine homes beinf
constructed by BOBBY SMALLWOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. For all your build?
ing needs, phone 784-3264, or see BOBBY SMALLWOOD at Route 6, Box 233A, Parid
BDBBY SMALLWODD .
226 f Ads
TRINITY PROCESSORS, INC.
1145 North Main Paris, Texas
VASARETTE 1 'AMA
DIVISIONAOF MUNSINGWEAR, INC. S JUSTIN
P.0. Box 340
North Loop 286 MAHAN
Paris, Texas N.E.
1214i 785-7201 BOOTS
QAVID BUSTER NETEX ASPHALT
CONSTRUCTION co. AND MATERIALS
David Buster, President
Route 1, Loop 286 N.W- Sulphur Springs, Texas
P8l'IS, Texas 75460 phone 885-5091
PI'l0l'le 785-1305 785.4027
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Renee Story and Shan Wigley invite you to come in at PARIS AIR CONDITIONING, 3430
Pine Mill Road, in Paris, Texas. PARIS AIR CONDITIONING has a complete Iine of G.E.
PARIS AIR CONDITIONING I
Air Conditioning and Heating Equipment. For service, phone 784-8585.
228 0 Ads
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OLD DALLAS HIGHWAY PARIS, TEXAS
Story and Ruthy Stephens look over some
he tine line of jeans found at THE CEDAR
, located at 128 Clarksville Street in Paris,
THE CEDAR CHEST
MAIN WELDING SUPPLY
Sherry Boyd and James Boyd invite you to come
to MAIN WELDING SUPPLY, 555 North Main in
Paris, Texas. For all your Welding Supply needs,
phone Gene Boyd at 785-6041.
Ads ' 229
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Rodney Hancock poses before the Salad
Bar at K-BOB's STEAK HOUSE, located
in Mirabeau Square Shopping Center in
Paris, Texas. For our complete menu of
steaks and trimmings, phone 785-7531.
,Rae Jean Pilkinton and Brian Brashier pose on the wicker furniture found at METRO NURSERY, 3430
Pine Mill Road in Paris, Texas. For information on our complete line of nursery and gardening supplies,
I W IQ PARIS SWIMMING
7 ' POOL CENTER
2 ' Service Chemicals
of P8l'iS Johnny Hollis, Owner
3558 Lamar 12141 785-2290, 784-5556
Paris, TGXBS 75460 Box 503, Highway 82 East
215 785-8030 Paris, Texas 75460
PA R I S
LARUE FORD TRACTOR MIL'-'NG CQMPANY
T saso N.E. Loop 286 PIO. Box 690
' Paris' Texas Paris, Texas 75460
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Richard Watson and Shan Wigley pose in front of NORTHEAST TEXAS SHEET METAL.
COLOR AND GALV. METAL ,
26 and 28 GA. L
HWY. 82 EAST 1
Paris, Texas John Yerby
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METRO HAIR STYLES
Laandra Border, Sharon Simpsen, and Renee VanHooser admire some of the REDKEN cosmetics avail-
able at METRO HAIR STYLES, located at 3430 Pine Mill Road, in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-3985 for an
C. H. "CHET" HILYER
PN2 ISSJ, USN
U. S. Navy Recruiter
gi? T ifjifje., U. S. Navy Recruiting Station
X :iff Q13 1009 5.5. 27th si.
Village Shopping Center
Nga, Paris, Texas 75460
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PARIS GOLF AND i
Route 6, Box 488
Mr. Austin Foreman shows a wood stove to Lori
Stephens and Ronda Kersh at SWAIM HARD-
WARE, 240-46 1st Street S.W. in Paris, Texas. For
all your hardware needs, come by or phone 784-
Paris, Texas 75460
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JONES LOOP TRUCK SERVICE
arry Robinette, Quinton Riddle, Roland Jones, and Pat Jones invite you to come by JONES LOOP
RUCK SERVICE, located on N.E. Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-2546.
L Valley Feed Mill Inc. MAYO'S TRUE VALUE
Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizer
315 WEST CENTER STREET
735-5331 Veterinarian Supplies
785-3501 PARIS, TEXAS 75460 Ri- 1 Pvwderlv, Texas
Q Repairs Custom Work
BUILDING CENTER Saddle,
2195 N.E. Loop 286 y
Paris Texas 75460 1214, 784-0327 Route 1
-585-5525 Powderly, Texas
I A Full Line of Tack
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RAY SPENCER CAMPER SALES
ESTES CHEMICALS, INC.
Renee Story, Ruthy Stephens, and Shan Wigley invite you to come by ESTES CHEMICALS, INC.,
located a 2220 N.E. Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. Phone 785-2476 for all your chemical needs.
A MATERIALS CENTER
Randy Osborne, Rae Jean Pilkinton, and Mr.
ohn Mclntyre admire carpet samples found
t HIGHLAND BUILDING MATERIALS CENTER
pcated on Highway 24 S. in Paris, Texas.
Phone 784-6631 for all your building supplies.
Charles Burton and Richard Watson place their
orders at McDONALD'S, 1215 Lamar Avenue in
Paris, Texas. For breakfast, lunch, or snacks,
come by, or phone 785-6868.
Ads v 237
Hopi Billy Poole invites you to come bj
the ranch at Powderly and see our wid'
selection of Angus Bulls. All sizes and
fLeftj Billy Poole is seen here with som?
of the Performance Tested Brangu'
Bulls at the ranch. '
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Wayne Poole, Mgr. 784-429
MACKEY AND PIEns0N I E
Cindy Morton, Personal Property Customer Service Manager at MACKEY AND PIERSON, is demon-
strating their new computer to Curtis Garrett. This is the only computer of its type in Northeast Texas.
For all of your insurance needs, see the folks at MACKEY AND PIERSON - THE INSURANCE STORE.
1705 Lamar Phone 784-4341
FERTILIZER SEED LIME
GIFFORD'S ARMY SUR-PLUS
affss 3, HARDWARE
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of A 10,000 ITEMS CO.
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JOHNNY SCOTT A. D. DAVIDSON
405 566-2891 405 326-2962
BAR'B'Q ELK HOLLOw
HICKORY PIT COOKED GOLF COURSE
Cl.lSl0m Cooking 2200 Elk Hollow Drive
Beef- Pork - Ribs - Chicken Paris- Texas 75450
Robert Rentro Phone 785-9379
Coleen Renfro Arthur City, TX
Ads 0 239
R JERRY Bos STEPHENS
PARIS DRAG STRIP
Todd Stephens, Paul Stephens, Chad Stephens, and Marty Grayson invite you to
come by or call JERRY BOB STEPHENS CONCRETE, located on Highway 82, East of
Paris Tex AI t PARIS DRAG STRIP
, as. so come o , which is located on Highway 82 East
of Paris for the best in Drag Races. Phone 785-0430 or 982-5358.
Sunday Morning: Bible Class 9:00 am
'HIW Worship 10:00 am
Sunday Evening: Worship 6:00 pm
toy Wednesday Evening: Bible Class 7:30 pm
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International Tractors 81 Equipment
White Motor Trucks International Motor Trucks
Cummins, Detroit, International, and Cetapillar Sales and
SMALLWOOD-NORTH TRUCK 84 TRACTOR
2675 NORTH MAIN
PARIS, TEXAS 75460
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CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Visit CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH at 3105 Lamar Avenue in Paris, Texas.
MARGRAVES DRUG STORES I
Carolyn Wood displays some of the fine cosmetics at MARGRAVES DRUG STORE, 777 Bonham Street
in Paris, Texas. Also shop at PAVILION PHARMACY, 725 DeShong Drive. Phone 784-2536 and 784-2262.
242 0 Ads
PARIS LUMBER AND BUILDING CENTER
lone Birdsong shows Jon James the up-to-date appliances found at PARIS LUMBER AND BUILDING
CENTER, located at 3555 NE Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. The Lumber Number is 785-0771. "Shop where
the customer is always number one."
James Martin shows Cindy Christian one of the
fine rings found at VILLAGE JEWELERS in The
Village Shopping Center in Paris, Texas. Phone
785-0266, or come by 1005 Clarksville Street.
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Ruthy Stephens, Sheni Kalhoran, Eveline Scott,
Renee Story, and John McGee invite you to come
to SIRLOIN STOCKADE, 1167 Lamar in Paris,
Texas. Phone 784-7179.
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Ads 0 243
.. IDEAL BAKING COMPANY '
Bakers of Fresh IDEAL BREAD - Old Fashion Products
Roman Meal Bread, Buns, and Rolls
"Baked by People who live in Lamar County"
IDEAL for every meal
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Renee Story, Curtis Garrett, and Ruthy Stephens
invite you to come by or call in your order to JO'S
FLORIST, 2225 Clarksville, Paris, Texas 75460.
244 - Ads
Melba Croy, Donna Lee, JoAnn Beshirs, and Mar-
tha Cox invite you to come to WINTERMUTE
INDUSTRIES, 3820 0.5 Lamar, in Paris, Texas.
Phone 785-3742 for our complete line of stock.
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erry Smallwood invites you to come to STIN-
ON LIGHTING AND DECORATING, Iocated on
ighway 82 East of Paris, Texas for all your light-
g needs. Phone 784-5253 for information on our
omplete line of decorating supplies.
Tammie Ivy Bates removes milk from the line at
NELSON JERSEY FARM, Highway 82 East, Paris,
Texas. Phone 784-7258.
Dana Morriss poses with Shirley Atnip at VICKERS GROCERY, Route 1, Powderly
Texas 75473. For all your grocery needs and camping supplies, come by VICKER9
GROCERY. Phone 784-5151.
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246 0 Ads
L.P. McCuistion Regional Medical Center honors members of the PINK ANGELS attending North Lamar
Independent School District. tFront Row, Becky McNabb, Dee Hillers, Lisa McDonald, Middle Rowl
oan Hillers, Lisa Robbins, Tammy Smallwood, QBack Rowl Angie Anderson, Kim Lawler, Nikki Fendley,
elissa Mahan, Diane Wisley, Charlot Sims, and Lisa Sheets.
GIBSON'S GIBSON PHARMACY
E505 Clarksville Paris, Texas Lillie J. Smith, Janie Pratt, and Janet Price invite
where ou alwa S bu the best for less you to come to GIBSON PHARMACY, 2505 Clark-
gpen 9-og AM fo 10.00 PM ' sville, in Paris, Texas for all your prescription
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Cindy Christian, Ken Dingman, Mrs. Naomi Dingman, Peggy Thompson, Theresa Whitaker, and Betl
Christian invite you to come by PARIS RUBBER, 1323 N. Main Street, in Paris, Texas. Phone 784-4348.
Clyde Rayburn and Roland Cagle invite you to
CAG-LE'S MAGIC FLAME, located at 120 NW
Loop 286 in Paris, Texas. CAGLE'S has your
complete butane needs.
248 0 Ads
Greg Parks and Bill Parks show some of the fir
carpet and floor convering found at AAA CAI
PET, 1515 20th N.E. in Paris, Texas. Either corr
by and see their fine selection of carpets 1
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Mrs. Sue Skinner styles her son, Robert Skinner's, hair at TWO'S COMPANY, 2217 Lamar, in Paris,
Texas. Phone 785-3444 for an appointment. Owners are Sue Skinner and Betty Blount Slayden.
Richard Watson and
O Tony Moody invite you
Personalities Kelly Weddle, Brenda Skeen, Patti to come to BURGER
Mclntyre, Brian Brashier, Duane Cuttrell, and SURGE KING heated at 3590.
Ftonald Hayes were photographed at BOB W Lama' Avenue m Pans'
LONG'S srumo, at Village shopping Center, in ' Texas-
Paris, Texas. Phone 784-5855.
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Trava Coston and Caroline Coston are showing one of the mixers at COSTON ANI
SON READY-MIX CONCRETE, located at 155 Oak Avenue in Paris, Texas. To orde
ready-mix concrete for your individual needs, phone 784-2321 or 784-8330.
CCSTQN CONCRETE l
250 0 Ads
PARIS FLORIST PARIS HONDA
Cindy Christian invites you to come by or call Chad Stephens and Jerry Smallwood display
PARIS FLORIST, 2610 Lamar, in Paris, Texas, for some of the cycles found at PARIS HONDA, 3680
all your flower needs. Phone 784-6629 to order all Lamar Avenue, Paris, Texas. Phone 784-6392 for
your flowers. A information on our full line of HONDAS.
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3010 Clarksville Street
Paris, Texas 75460
Ads 0 251
ARTHUR CITY SUPERETTE 1
You are invited to come to ARTHUR CITY SUPERETTE in Arthur City, Texas for all your grocery needsl
Phone 784-6971 to inquire about our complete line of groceries. 1
Mrs. Elmer Weaver and Tina Johnson invite you
PHIL'S HICKORY 'O
PHIL'S HICKORY HOUSE, 35 Graham, Paris, '
Texas, has barbecue for all of your party or indi- 0' Q M
vidual needs. Phone 784-5432 for information on 1970 Clarksville Street
our menu and our catering service.
252 - Ads
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Marian Burrow, Johnny Exum, 0. G. Brewer, Jimmy Boss, and Floyd Sluder provide complete plumbing
services for residential, commercial, or construction needs. Phone 784-4540 for our full line of service.
Gray, Phyrm Lindsey, Wanda Pierce, Jessie
, Ruth Gray, Renee Story, Ellen Pratt,
and Tammie McMonigle invite you to come to
GRAY'S CAFE, Route 1, in Powderly, Texas for
ur complete menu. Phone 785-6573.
Bobby James Crawford, Ben Tow, Roger Jones,
Jerry Malone, and Joe Tow invite you to
WELDING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
REGULATOR AND TORCH REPAIRS
B. 81 J. WELDING SUPPLY CO.
2150 N. MAIN PHONE 785-4466
JOE TOW, SALESMAN PH. 785-1434
CHRIS EASTON, SALESMAN PH. 785-0506
PARIS, TEXAS 76460
BEN TOW JAMES CRAWFORD
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MOTEL CITY GULF 1
Kay Bolton and Lisa Slagle invite you to come to MOTEL CITY GULF, 2510 North Main in Paris, Texas,
for all your car's needs. Phone 785-9033 for service
We would like to thank the following Doctors, Parents
and Businessmen for their support of and interest in the
Joe L. Deupree, D.D.S
Paris Orthopedic Clinic
Dr. Earl Bellamy,
Dr. G. Edward Clark, M.D.
Dr. Larry A. Cowley, D.D.P.A.
Jearl and Dottie Gibson
Bill Booth Motors
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A. Frank White 81 Assoc.
Dr. William C. Ragan'
Dr. John W. Miles, D.D.S.
Dr. Kelsey Gibbs, M.D.
Compliments ofa Friend
Boren's Radiator Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Billy M. Weddle Tiierina, Dunnington Urology Clinic P.A.
Claim Jumper 01
Scotty's Auto Supply, Inc.
B. F. Goodrich
J. Spencer, D.D.S.
Richard Bercher, M.D.
Dr. W. E. Kraft II, D.V.M.
Phillip B. Bandel, M.D.
Robert W. Ballard, M.D.
Henry Griffith, D.D.S.
Flanary, Flanary, 8. Ashmore
Larry Walker, M.D.
McDougall Olds, Cadillac
Famous Shoe Store J.W. 81 W.R. Art Studios
Barbara Maxfield, Chicota Postmaster Jack, Ruth, Ken, 81 Brian High
Joel Peace, Builder Linda Peace, Powderly Rural Carrier
Justin, Dustin, 81 Jamie Evans Chaney Engineering, Inc.
Robert L. Swaim, D.D.S.
254 - Ads
STEPHENS AG-AIR, INC.
This aerial view of North Lamar Campus
taken from Randall Stephens' plane. For
plete information on crop dustin and
available services, phone Randall gtephens
AAA CARPET - 248
Abbott, Angie - 30, 118, 175, 182,
, 183, 196
1Adams, Eric Kevin - 170, 192
Ads - 202
ALEXANDER'S BICYCLE SHOP - 215
All Districts - 112
Allen, Alesia - 82, 83, 141
Allen, David Lee - 192
Allen, Patty - 6, 33, 56, 60, 154
Allen, Shari - 84, 89, 154
Allen, Steve - 102, 132
,Allen, Tony - 44
Allison, Catana - 183, 196
Allison,Edwin - 154
Allison, Lana - 196, 183
Allison, Lance L. - 178,182,192
Allison, Laura - 77, 141
Allison, Lee - 80
Amburn, Michael - 154
Amburn, Sherry - 192
Anderson, Angie - 60, 83, 84, 89,
154, 166, 247
Anderson, Charlotte - 175, 176,
Anderson, Clearance Iohn - 46, 79,
Anderson, lacqueline - 29, 66, 154,
Anderson, John - 160
Anderson, Kevin - 171, 184,196
Anderson, Melissa - 73, 148
Anderson, Tony - 41, 45, 46, 112,
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iAnthony, Mr. Bobby - 4, 40, 46,
' 114, 190
iAnthony, Mrs. virgie - 84, as, 125
iArmstrong, Holly - 6, 11, 74, 113
Armstrong, lay - 44, 78, 79, 148
?Armstrong, Laura - 93, 132
Armstrong, Mitzi - 76, 166, 174,
Armstrong, Robin - 36, 54, 56, 73,
Armstrong, Ronald - 171, 196
,Armstrong Shannon - endsheet, 13
Q 16, 20, 66, 67, 69, 70, 73, 93, 94,
Armstrong, Stacy Kyle - 182, 196
Armstrong, Steve - 141
gArnoId, Adam - 182, 192
iArnoId, Alford - 123
lArnoId, Charlie - 123
Arnold, Mrs. Iuanita - 125
Arnold, Mark - endsheet, 42, 46, 79,
Arnold, Mary - 84, 154
Arnold, Stephen Arlie - 171, 196
Arnold, Thomas - 42, 51, 79, 148
ARTHUR CITY SUPERETTE - 252
Asche, Darcie - 20, 73, 89, 91, 105,
Ashford, Anna - 196
Atnip, Kevin Glenn - 196
Atnip, Michael - 80, 88, 154
Austin Randy - 42, 46, 49, 102, 112,
Atnip, Traci - 196
Aubrey, Tammy - 97
Ausmus, Edward Chuck - 169, 170,
Ausmus, Le Ann - 184, 196
Ausmus, Wendy - 175, 196
AUTOMOTIVE, THE - 203
Avance, Mark - 192
AYRE'S - 211
B 81 I WELDING - 253
BABCOCK 81 WILCOX - 217
Bailey, Barbara - 141
Bailey, Craig - 62, 64, 80, 88, 154,
Bailey, Denise - 21, 24, 27, 37, 39,
54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 73, 86, 89, 98,
Bailey, lim - 162,171,179,180,181,
Bailey, Mrs. Geneva - 121
Bailey, Linda - 81, 148
Bakewell, losephR,, Ir. - 171, 196
Bakewell, Karena - 84, 154, 166
Bakewell, Susan - 93, 132
Ballard, Janet - 148
Ballard, Kriss - 6
Ballard, Paula - 183, 192
BALLARD, ROBERT W., MD. - 254
Ballard, Sheila - 81, 154, 183
Ballard, Tammy - 196
Band - High School - 66
Band - lunior High - 182
BANDEL, PHILLIP B., MD. - 254
Bankston, Brad - 170, 173, 178, 186,
Barber, Eric - 225
Barber, Patrick - 225
Barksdale, Renea - 182, 196
Barnes, Kellee - 183, 192
Barnes, Timothy - 66, 103, 154
Barnett, EthelG. - 192
Barr, Everly - 27, 83, 148
Baseball - 44
Basinger, Randy - 51, 79, 148
Basinger, Tammy - 73, 78, 132
High School - 61
lunior High - 178
High School - 57
lunior High - 174
Bean, Karen - 60, 84, 154, 166
Bean, Shannon - 175, 183, 187, 196
Beard, Kim - 192
Beard, Mr, Wayne - 122, 121
BEARDEN BROTHERS RANCH - 238
Beaus and Sweethearts - 115
Beckham, Teresa - 30, 66, 148
BELK'S - 209
Bell, Michael - 7, 43, 96, 97, 101,
Bell, Scott - 66, 67, 106, 103, 133,
213, 227, 262
BELLAMY, DR. EARL - 254
BERCHER, RICHARD, MD. - 254
Berry, Glenn - 42, 44, 51,141
Berry, Kimberly - 192
Berry, Robert D. - 169, 170, 192
Berry, Rolland, K. - 169,170, 192
Berry, Sandra - 13
Behsirs, Debra - 196
Beshirs, IoAnn - 244
Beshirs, Pam - 196
Beshirs, Rodney - 197
Beshirs, Virginia - 73, 83, 86, 141
Beta Club - 73
Bethel, Mrs. Mary - 125
Bickley, David - 79, 133-
Bickley, Iennifer - 192
Bickley, Lisa - 37, 57, 59, 60, 118,
Bills, Angela - 192
Bills, Charlotte - 84, 154
Bills, Ivan - 141
Bills, Kay - 14
Bills, Robert Ir. - 178, 179, 197
Birdsong, David - 24, 27, 30, 40,61,
62, 97,101, 113, 114, 133
Birdsong, lone - 243
Birdsong, Iames Dale - 171, 197
Birdsong, Scott - 79, 88, 148
Bivens, I. David - 171, 182, 197
BLANKINSHIP OIL COMPANY - 207
Blevins, Donnie - 182, 170, 192
Blevins, Karen - 183
Blevins, Lisa - 148, 153
Blevins, Tina - 81, 154
Blount, Stacy - 182, 197
Boaz, Mrs. limmie - 122
Bolton, Kay - 15, 16, 36, 84, 154,
BOLTON, RONNY INSURANCE -
Bolton, Mrs. Virginia - 166, 167, 190
Bolyard, Tony - 66, 154
BONANZA - 225
BILL BOOTH MOTORS - 254
Border, LeAndra - 80, 154, 166, 233
BOREN'S RADIATOR SHOP - 254
Boss, limmy - 253
Bost, Tony Chad - 182, 197
Bounds, lason - 170, 192
Bowers, Andy - 102, 141
Bowers, Denise - 183
Bowman, Terry - 79, 148
Box, Karen - 197
Box, Leslie - 76, 183, 192
Boyd, Iames - 51,88, 154, 166, 168,
Boyd, Sherry - 229
Branch, Kelvin - 46, 73, 112, 115,
AAA - Bush
Brashier, Brian - endsheet, 5, 12, 27,
31, 32, 88,91,97, 98, 101, 111,
132, 133, 201, 231, 249, 262, 264
Bratcher, Sarah - 6, 16, 65, 66, 69,
106, 141, 225
Brewer,O.G. - 253
Briscoe, Mike - 241
BRISCOE, MIKE, INSURANCE - 241
Briscoe, Ron - 51,64,91,141
Broadway, Ann - 182, 197
Broadway, Gary - 77, 148
Broadway, Kenneth - 80, 88, 154,
Brockway, Keith - 79, 149
Brodie, Linda - 81, 154
Brooks, Mrs. Donna - 190
Brooks, lency - 192, 183
Brooks, Terry - 77, 142
Brown, Arlie lay - 51, 142
Brown, Mr. B, N. - 189
Brown, Bradley Allen - 197
Brown, Bryan - 80, 155
Brown, Carl - 77, 133
Brown, Celestia - 197
Brown, Cynthia - 82, 142
Brown, Eddy Mark - 192
Brown, Glenn - 51, 64, 155
Brown, lim - 21
Brown, limmy - 51, 79, 142
Brown, Iohn Robert - endsheet, 29,
161,163, 165, 169, 17O,172,173,
184, 185, 192
Brown, lohnny Barnard - 197
Brown, Keleta - 155
Brown, Mrs, Rhea - endsheet, 5,
119, 125, 128, 262, 263, 264
Brown, Ronald - 14
Brown, Stephen - 42, 46, 79, 142
BF0wn, Mr, Stephen - 21, 28,264
Brown,Tammi - 133
Brown, Tracy - 182, 183, 197
Brownfield, Melisa - 192
Brownfield, Tammy - 183, 197
Brunson, Wendy - 73, 85, 89, 149
Bryan, Roger - 44, 46, 50, 80, 141,
Bryant, Gail - 133
Bryant, Ms. Katie - 101, 105, 119,
Bryant, Kelly - 167, 183, 192
Bryer, Kim - 182, 183, 197
Building Trades - 106
Bullard, Bradley Wade - 182, 197
Bullard, Bruce - 73, 149
Bullard, Kimberly - 73, 93, 133
Burch, Marty - 96, 97, 99, 101, 142
BURGER KING - 249
Brugin, Tracy - 17, 19, 66, 84, 71,
Burks, Anita - 66, 142
Burleson, Brad - 192
Burleson, Michelle - 86, 149
Burrow, Marian - 253
Burton, Andra - 40, 41, 84, 96, 133,
Burton, Charles - 142, 201, 237
Bush, George - 160
Bush, Stacie - 43, 73, 91, 100, 133
Index 0 255
Bush, Stephen - 171,173,179, 181,
BUSTER, DAVID, CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY - 227
Bybee, Mr. Steve - 121
Byers, Scotty - 51, 80, 88, 154, 155
Byers, Stacy - 183, 197
Byrd, Richard - 101, 125, 160
CABELL'S - 215
CAGLE'S MAGIC FLAME - 248
Cagle, Roland - 248
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH - 242
Campbell, Brent - 66, 101, 149
Campbell, Corey - 192
Campbell, Gayland - 171, 197
Campbell, Greg - 149
Campbell, Mr. lerry - 121
Campbell, Stacey - 183, 187, 197
Camster, Mrs. Arnelle - 190
Cannon, Brian - 14
Cantrell, Mark - 14
Carico, Candi - 26, 34, 60, 73, 89,
100, 106,142, 147
Carico, loey - 51, 64, 80, 155, 168
Carico,Mrs. Sue - 123
Carpenter, Marcy - 19, 133
Carpenter, Molly - 106
Carr, William Lee - 171, 197
Carroll, Becky - 80, 155
Carroll, lody - 51, 80, 155, 168
Carroll, Renee - 166
Carter, Allen - endsheet, 40, 65, 91,
Carter, limmy - 160
Carter, Sheradon - 51, 79, 149
Carter, Stephanie - 20, 89, 93, 94,
95, 100, 142
Carter, Wayne - 133
Case, Sonya - 182, 192
Cass, Timothy - 142
Castleberry, Cynthia - 182, 197
Castlebury, Mr. Bobby - 125
CATO CAMPERS - 206
Cato, Lori - 155
Cato, Sandy - 15, 16, 84, 155
CAVENDER'S - 227
Caviness, Becky - 197
CEDAR CHEST, THE - 229
Chadwick Cliff - endsheet,7, 13,
44, 45, 46, 61, 63, 73, 74, 88, 91,
Chadwick, Lauren - 10, 73, 83, 91,
Chadwick, Mr. Roy - 12, 22, 23,
Chaffin, Onetha - 142
CHANEY ENGINEERING, INC. - 254
Chaney, lerry - 77, 134
Chapman, leff - 66, 78, 88, 155
Chapman, Vicki - endsheet, 13, 21,
56, 66, 100, 101, 105,142
Chase, Stacy - 183, 197
256 - Index
Cheatham, Kris - 83, 155
Cheatham, Vickie - 26, 73, 84, 91,
100, 105, 142
High School - 34
Iunior High - 164
Chennault, Eddie - 171, 197
Cherry, Evelyn - 155
CHICKEN COUNTRY - 215
Choir - Bluettes - 76
Iunior'-ligh - 183
Chrietzberg, Angie - 142
Christian, Bettie - 248
Christian, Cindy - 77, 89, 100, 106,
142, 243, 248, 251, 262
Christian, David - 170, 192
Christian, Mike - 171, 197
CIRCLE E WESTERN WEAR - 203
CIRCLE M CATTLE CO. - 251
CLAIM IUMPER NO. 1 - 254
Clark, April - 192
Clark, Mr. Dave - 66, 125, 128
Clark, Ed, - 160
CLARK, DR, G. EDWARD, M.D. -
Clark, Phillip - 142
Clarkson, Donna - 65, 66, 67, 96,
Clarkson, Shelley - endsheet, 182,
High School - 117
Iunior High - 186
Clayton, Mr. loe - 119, 125, 129
Clifton, lames - 170, 192
COCA COLA - 218
Cockrum, Alicia - 84, 101, 104, 155
Cochrell,Mrs, Gail - 121
Cohn, Carol - 20, 66, 69, 70, 89,
Cohn, Charlie - 66, 155
Cole, Chad - 171, 179, 180,197
Collard, Billy - 169, 170, 172, 173,
178, 180, 192
Collard, Brad - 51, 44, 79, 149
Collard, Brian - 184, 188, 197
COLLEGIATE - 211
Collier, Christi - 11, 36, 89, 155
Colvin, Laura - 77, 89, 91, 101, 104,
Colvin, LeAnne - 182, 192
Compton, David W. - 197
Compton, Randy - 96, 105, 142
COMPUTER DATA MANAGEMENT
Conaway, Jessie - 253
Conaway, Vanatta - 16, 66, 84, 85,
Coney, Mr. L.l. - 190
Cook, Catrena - 79, 149
Cook, Ginger - 175, 177, 197, 183
Cooper, Bryan - 142
Cooper, Loretta - endsheet, 5, 6,
Cooper, Margaret - 60, 81, 98, 154,
Cooper, Rodney - 44, 149
Cope, Bret - 29, 163, 169, 170, 178,
180, 184, 192
Cope, Kim - 60, 89, 105, 154, 155,
Cope, Steve - 213
Coston, Caroline - 66, 86, 100, 106
COSTON CONCRETE - 250
Coston, Trava - 66, 73, 86, 87, 89,
Cottle, Paula - 17
Coursey, Chad - 66,73,91, 101,
COWLEY, DR. LARRY A., MD., P.A.
Cowlishaw, Mark - 77,87, 149
Cox, Harold - 123
Cox, lulie - 29,66,73,89, 101, 105,
Cox, Lisa - 183, 192
Cox, Martha - 244
Crawford, james Bobby - 253
Crouch, Marvin - 80, 101, 155
Crowell, Patricia Cae - 66, 69, 70,
Crowley, Toni - 77, 113, 142
Croy,Melba - 244
Crutchfield, Lisa - 183, 197
CULLUM AUTO PARTS - 219
Cuttrell, Brent - 182, 197
Cuttrell, Duane - endsheet, 4, 14,
33, 40, 46, 73, 75, 91, 92, 101, 109.
Dabbs, Craig - 44, 79, 149
Dancer, Mrs. Robbie - 121
Dangerfield, Carla - 174, 193
Dangerfield, Eric - 51, 149
Dangerfield, Karen - 193
Dangerfield, Mark - 22, 46, 134
Daniel, Duncan - 192
Daniel, Ginger - 134
Daniels, Robert Dale - 182, 197
Dannheim, Melissa - 174, 176, 183,
Darling, Cheryl - 193
Darnell, Chrystal - 197
Darnell, Michele - endsheet, 9, 23,
24, 57, 58, 73, 91, 93, 100, 106,
110, 117, 134
Daughtrey, Mrs. Lisa - 30, 125
Daughtrey, Rebecca - 84, 155
Daughtrey, Mrs. Sheila - 18, 60, 73,
DAVIDSON MUFFLER - 205
Davidson, Tommy - 5, 21, 24, 27,
134, 262, 263
Davis, Mr. Henry - 122
Davis, Mrs. Margie - 123, 190
Davis, Michelle - 183
Davis, Roy - 103, 155
Davis, Shelley - 56, 84, 155
Dawes, Calvin Lee - 197
Dawes, Stanley - 103, 155
DECA - 77
Dedication - 2
DeGraff, Dave - 66, 80,88, 101,
Dennis, lack - 80, 155
Bush - Esterer
Dennis, Marsha - 5,224
Dennis, Michelle - 66, 89, 155
Denny, Billy loe - 183, 197
DEUPREE, IOE L, D.D.S, - 254
Dibble, lohn - 142
Dicken, Billy - 80, 88, 155
Dicken, Georgia - 82, 142
Dickerson, Terry - 42, 79, 142
Dickerson, William - 102, 134
Dickson, Steven - 182, 193
Dingman, Kendall - 105,113, 142,
Dingman, Mrs. Naomi - 248
DISCOUNT FABRIC - 215
District Employees - 123
Ditka, Mike - 10
DIXON FURNITURE - 254
Dobbs, Dale - 193
Dobbs, james Edward - 197
Dodge, lohnny - 155
Dollins, Alan - 170, 173 I
Dollins, Kenny - 61, 62, 80, 149
Dollins, Terry - 171, 197 I
Dollins, Tina - 174,175, 177, 183
Dooley, Ray - 80
Dooley, Robin - 183 I
Donahue, LaDonna - 183
DOROTHY LEE'S LADIES APPAREL -
Draper, leff - endsheet, 10, 51, 73,
Draper, ludy - 74,224
Draper, Keith - 42,46,88,102, 142,
Draper, Melanie - 82, 134 I
Draper, Priscilla - 82
Dressler, Beth - 10, 97, 224
Dressler, Karen - 183, 197
Duley, Gerald - 156
Duley, Robin - 182,197
Eads, Mr. Tommy - 12, 14, 23, 25, '
91, 92, 101, 107, 119, 125, 141
Farls, Heather - 175, 176, 177, 183,
Earp, Ronn - 78, 79, 42, 51, 149 I
Eastman, Christie - 35, 73, 89, 101,
Eatherly, Mrs. Barbara - 29, 89, 90,
Echols, Phillip - 170,184, 193
Echols, Mrs. Reba - 190
Edwards, Daniel - 197
Edwards, Garland - 103, 149
Eighth Grade - 192 I
ELK HOLLOW GOLF COURSE - 239
Elliot, lackie - 156
Ellis, Eva - 10,37, 114,142
Ellis, Fredrick - 51, 149
Ellis, lohn lr. - 193
Ellis, Mrs. Rosetta - 190
Elmore, Brigitte - 36, 83, 84, 89, 156
Emler,Mrs, Norma - 190
Emerson, Miss Theresa - 121,29
Esterer, lohn - 21
Esterer, Mrs. ludy - 21, 130
Esterer, Mark - 170, 169, 182, 193
ESTES CHEMICAL - 237
Estes, Danny - 182, 193
Estes, Richard - 79, 134
Eudy, Brenda - 183, 193
Evans, Billy W, - 170, 178, 193
EVANS, IUSTIN, DUSTY, IAMIE, AND
PEGGY - 254
Exum, lohnny - 78, 134
Exum, Mr. lohnny - 253
EXUM PLUMBING - 253
High School - 125
lunior High - 190
Fair, Tammy - 33, 56, 83, 84, 89, 98,
FAMOUS SHOFSTORE - 254
FEDERAL LAND BANK - 220
Fendley, Iames Todd - 51, 156
Fendley, Kerry S. - 171, 182, 197
Fendley, Niki - 166, 174, 183, 193,
FerrelI,R. I. - 193
FFA - 78
FHA - 83
Filkins, Earl - 197
Filkins, Iesse - 170, 193
Finch, Annie - 82, 143
Finch, Audrey - 197
Finch, Carolyn - 149
Finley, Sandra - 193
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH - 204
FIRST CITY NATIONAL BANK - 209
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION - 214
Flag Corps - 71
FLANARY, FLANARY, AND
ASHMORE - 254
1 Fleming, Craig - 171, 172, 197
Fleming, Debora - 182, 198
Fleming, Kimberly - 182, 183, 193
Fleming, Michael - 79, 149
Fleming, Sheri - 77, 143
Flenniken, Ragina - 77, 134
Flick, Kris - 183, 198
Fodge, Kelly - 44, 103, 149
I Folmar, Davlyn - 198
High School - 46
Iunior High - 170
Ford, Ieffrey - 80, 88, 156,51
' Ford, Michael I. - 198
Ford, Mrs. Patsy - 123
Foreign Language - 105
Foreman, Austin - 233
Foreman, Mrs. Gwendolyn - 122
Fortner, Bobby - 1, 8, 9, 11, 26, 34,
35, 40, 134,264
Fortner, Derrell - 29, 163, 170, 178,
Foster, Arletta - 183, 193
Foster, Carla - 77, 143
Foster, Cody - 171, 172, 198
Foster, Hayden - 80, 97, 134
Foster, Linda - 106, 143
Foster, Lisa - 80, 156
Foster, Teresa - 83, 106, 143
Foster, Tina - 84, 101, 156
Fouse, Alan - 29, 139, 163, 170, 185,
Fouse, Douglas - 18, 24, 45, 46, 47,
Fouse, Michael Wade - 198, 162,
Fouse, Timothy - 171, 182, 198
FOXWORTH GALBRAITH - 235
Franklin, Sherman - 66, 149
Franklin, Terra - 81, 156, 166
Frazar, Laura - 87, 149
Frazar, Mark - 42, 143
Frazier, Rhonda - 183, 198
Freeman, Michelle - 84, 89, 104, 156
Freeman, Randy - 102, 143
Freeman, Robert Sean - 162, 171,
Freeman, Mrs. Sandra - 122
Freeman, Terry - 77, 79, 143
Freshmen - 154
Frierson, lack - 126
FRY GIBB'S FUNERAL HOME - 207
FI'A - 86
Fulce, Ronald - 134
Fuller, Becky - 66, 156, 166, 167
FULLER FURNITURE - 207
GALLERIA ONE - 252
Garner, Don - 51, 80, 156
Garrett, Chad - 51, 80, 156, 168,
Garrett, Curtis - 66, 88, 106, 143,
239, 244, 262, 263, 264
Gates, Kevin - 42, 149
GENE THE IEWELER - 211
Gentry, Neva - 82
George, Mr. Alden - 16, 44, 46, 48,
51, 52, 126
George, ludith - 183, 198
GIBBS, DR. KELSEY, M.D. - 254
Gibson, Cheryl - 76, 167, 174, 182,
Gibson, Christie - 23, 37, 66, 77, 83,
89, 100, 143
Gibson, Duane - 170, 182, 193
GIBSON, IEARL AND DOTTIE - 254
Gibson, Pam - 183, 198
GIBSON'S - 247
GlBSON'S PHARMACY - 247
GIFFORD ARMY SURPLUS - 239
Gladden, Sheila - 6, 156
GLASS MOTORS - 254
Glenn, Michael - 198
Glover, A,I, - 198
Glover, Mrs. Charlotte - 73, 75, 126
Glover, Mr. Paul - 5,8, 21, 18, 22,
25, 50, 124, 46, 47, 126, 131
Glover, Suzanne - 21
Glover, Tammy - 9, 13, 95
Godwin, Deidre - 91, 97, 101, 104,
Golden, laxie - 143
Golf - 43
Golightly, Kris - 193
B. F. GOODRICH - 254
Gose, Mr. Dan - 190, 200
Gose,Mrs. Pat - 190
Graham, Lynn Ray - 182, 198
GRAND CLEANERS - 254
Graves, Mr. lames - 126
Graves, lana - 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 22, 23
24, 37, 39, 74,11O,113,114
GRAY'S CAFE - 253
Gray, Ioe - 253
Gray, Ruth - 253
Grayson, Marty - 51, 156,240
Grayson, Sherry - 84, 86, 89, 150
Green, Bradley - 66, 80, 156
Green, Daniel - 51, 80, 156
Green, Lisa - 198
Green, Mark Edward - 162, 171,
Green, Mike - 51, 79, 143
Green, Rodney - 10, 13, 23, 46, 61,
62, 63, 79,116,135,112
Green, Mrs. Sharon - 126
Griffin, Greg - 170,193
GRIFFIN, HENRY, D.D.S. - 254
Griffith, Terry - 150
GRINGO'S - 203
Grooms, Daryl - 102, 143
Grove, Teresa - 156
Gurley, Debra - 150
Gwinn, Timmy - 182,198
Hager, Don - 220
Haggard, Holly - 15
Hale, Billy - 150, 156
Hale, Crista - 193
Hale, Howard - 7, 88, 104, 156
Hale, Patricia - 183, 198
Hale, Paula - 84,89, 156
Hall, Camron Scott - 198
Hall, Ivan - 88,97, 101, 106, 143
Hall, Ieff - 25, 40, 46, 103, 112, 143
Haller, Mark - 135
Hancock, Rodney - 66, 150,230
Hardy, Tammy - 81, 84, 98, 156
Harendt, Carl - 88, 143
Harper, Richard - 170, 182, 193
Harper, Virginia - 89, 91, 101, 143
Harrington, Martin - 193
Harris, Audrey - 7
Harris, David - 102, 143
Harris, Kristi - 175, 183, 198
Harris, Tamara - 7, 24, 135
Harris, Tanya - 193
HASTINGS RECORDS - 254
Hatthorn, Kim - 17
Hay, Brent - 73,66, 105, 116, 150
Hay, Gene - 208
Hay, Greg - 135
Hayes, Roland - 44, 51, 61, 64, 150
Esterer - Howard
Hayes, Ronald - 21, 25, 44, 46, 48,
49, 50, 79, 103, 112, 117, 135, 249
Haynes, Tammy - 83, 150
Healey, jackie - 103, 150
Healey, Lisa - 83, 143
Healey, Milton Adams - 198
Hearne, Kristi - 166
HECE - 82
Helm, Kenny - 51, 79, 150
Henagar, Mark - 170, 193
Henderson, Gerald - 51, 84, 156,
Hensen, Mr. Ben - 121
Henson, Scott - 51,102, 143
Herron, Russell Eugene - 198
Hickman, Mrs. Lillian - 126, 130, 160
Hicks, Billy - 101
Hicks, Catonya - 198
Hicks, Herbert C, - 170, 193
Hicks, Larry - 193
Hicks, Mandy - 81, 84, 89, 156
Hicks, Marty - 80, 156
Hicks, Robert - 143
Hicks, Tanya - 183
Hicks, Mrs. Vivian - 106, 119, 126
HIGH, IACK, RUTH, KEN AND BRIAN
HIGHLAND BUILDING MATERIALS -
Hignight, George - 198
Hignight, Mitchell - 143
Hignight, Richard - 156
Hillers, Dee - 1, 26, 34, 35, 66, 89,
98, 99, 100, 131,141,143, 247,142
Hillers, Ioan - 51, 55, 56, 66, 98, 105,
154, 156, 247
Hilliard, Mrs. Trudy - 101, 126
HILYER, CHET, NAVY RECRUITER -
Hindman, Mrs. Sharon - 29, 89, 90,
91, 92, 101, 119,126, 132
Hinkle,Bobbyl. - 193
Hodges, Diane - 77, 150
Hodgkiss, Mr. Dennis - 88, 119, 126,
Hoffman, Mandy - 156
Hogue,G. Troy - 169, 170, 193
HOLIDAY MOBILE HOME PARK AND
SALES - 221
Holley, Lynn - 156
Holley, Scotty L. - 198
Holley, Trina - 150
Hollis, Gregory - 80, 156
Hollis, lohn - 171,182,198
Holsenbeck, Tammy - endsheet, 8,
12, 16, 24, 43, 66, 67, 68, 89, 97,
Homecoming Queen - 110
Honsinger, Treatte - 193
Hood, Deneisa - 193
Hood, Douglas - 150
Hood, Lynn - 77, 135
Hoskins, Danny - 51, 80, 156
Hoskins, Ginger, 31, 83, 143
Hoskins, joseph - 51, 80, 88, 156,
Hoskins, Tammy - 12
Hostetler, Edward - 182, 193
Howard, Monti - 15, 22, 76, 161,
Index 0 257
Howard, Ronny - 64, 78, 80, 88, 98,
Howie, Mr. Leslie - 121
Howie, Paul - 10
Hudgens, Sherri - 26, 34, 35, 54, 55,
56, 98, 100, 135
Huffman, Craig - 44, 77, 150, 153
Hullinger, Cara - 182, 193
Hullinger, Mrs. Martha - 126
Hullinger, Sohn - 73, 75, 91, 101,
Hurst,Mark - 42, 143
Hutson, Cheryl - 198
Hyatt, jimmy - 80, 135
IDEAL BAKING COMPANY - 243
Index - 255
Ingram, Anita - 150
Ingram, jack - 150
Ingram, james - 157
Ingram, Lisa - 193
Ingram, Rhonda - 193
Ivy, Tammie - endsheet, 5, 56, 57,
59, 73, 43,106,113, 135
Izzo, Andrea - 175, 182, 183, 198
Izzo, David - 80,150
Izzo, Laura - 80, 101, 157
jackson, jimmy - 193
jackson, Leon - 51, 80, 157, 168
jackson, Wesley - 157
james, jon - 12, 24, 17, 43, 88, 98,
106, 132, 135, 243, 262, 264
janeway, Barry - 78, 79, 84,98, 141,
janeway, Doug - 78, 80, 157
jason, Steven K. - 193
jenkins, Ernest - 40, 114
jenkins, Tommy - 170,193
jensen,Mr. Carl - 20, 121
jensen, Mrs. Carl - 21
jensen, Melissa - 182, 198
jensen,Scott - 43, 46, 73, 91,98,
101, 112, 135
jetton, Bart - 170, 178, 193
jetton, Wendy - 36, 86, 87, 80, 148,
jimerson, Peggye - 183, 198
jimmerson, Pennye - 143
IO'S FLORIST - 243
IOE ADAMS USED CARS - 215
johnson, Barbara - 143
johnson, Billie - 193
johnson, Carl - 40, 114
johnson, Eric - 46, 143
johnson, Felix - 51, 64, 157
jOHNSON'S FLORIST - 207
johnson, Frank - 102,135
johnson, Fredia - 194
johnson, Mrs. joyce - 101, 107, 119,
johnson, Kelly - 171,198
johnson, Marie - 36, 81, 157
johnson, Mike - 10, 126
johnson, Randy - 143
johnson, Roger D. - 193
johnson, Tina - 252
johnston, Keith - 171, 198
jones, Albert - 123
jones, Craig - 171, 179, 181, 184,
jones, Effie - 123
jones, Ginny - 73, 89, 100, 106, 141,
jones, jeff - 13
IONES LOOP TRUCK SERVICE - 235
jones, Mark - 80, 157, 168
jones, Pat - 235
jones, Roger - 253
jones, Roland - 235
juhlin, Mike - 13
junior High, Mr. and Miss - 188
juniors - 141
justice, Cathy - 83, 150
justice, julie - 183, 198
Kahlich, jeff - 66, 80, 156
Kalheran,Sheni - 243
K-BOB'S STEAK HOUSE - 230
KEITH IORDAN SADDELRY - 235
Kelley, Gayla - 183, 194
Kelley, johnny C. - 194
Kelley, Tammy - 143, 183
Kelly, loretta - 194
Kemper, Karl - 169, 170, 194
Kennemer, Lee - 77, 143, 151
Kennemer, Mary Nell - 194
Kenney, joseph D. - 198
Kersh, Ronda - 20, 89, 91, 100, 143,
201, 216, 219, 220, 262
Key Club - 88
Keywanettes - 89
Kilpatrick, Andy - 4
Kilpatrick, Manuel - 82, 143
Kimball, Sally - 194
King, Denise - 82, 135
King, Harlan - 44, 77, 79, 143
King, Kala - 89, 150
King, Kristi - endsheet, 22, 66, 161,
163, 164, 165, 183, 194, 200, 264
King, Susan - 15, 84, 104, 157, 166
Kinslow, Beverly - 17, 28, 66, 71, 84,
86, 89, 150
Kinslow, jeff - 80, 157, 168
Kirkpatrick, Charlotte - 98, 101, 104
Koch, David - 160
KOSTERMAN MOTOR COMPANY
- 2 1 3
Kourakos, Stacy - 84, 157
Kourakos, Todd - 198
KPLTIKTXU - 229
K-Pre - 234
KRAFT, DR. W. E. ll - 254
Kyle, Dennie - 169, 184, 194
LAMAR AVENUE CHURCH OF
CHRIST - 241
LAMAR SEED STORE - 221
Lamb, Shirley - 82, 135
Lamberson, Toby - 171, 198
Lamberson, Tony - 170, 182, 194
Land, Alice - 76, 144, 183
Land, Gregory - 40, 46, 79, 101, 144
Landers, Sandy - 76, 144, 183
Landis, Erich - 171, 198
Landis, Todd - 169, 170, 194
Lane, Glenna - 73, 89, 150
LARUE FORD TRACTOR - 231
Lasenbby, Lisa - 183
Lasenbby, Lonnie - 171, 198
Lassiter, David Gary - 79, 150
Lawler, Billy - 51, 62, 64, 88, 118,
Lawler, Eddie - 171, 198
Lawler, Kim - 76, 183, 184, 174,
Lawler, Michael Wayne - 171, 199
Ledbelter, Will - 19, 66, 73, 91, 144
Lee, Donna - 244
Leonard, Scott - endsheet, 43, 73,
Leonard, Susan - 7, 86, 89, 150
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK - 212
Library Assistants - 106
Lick,Gency - 194
Lindsey, Doug - 169,194
Lindsey, Phyrn - 253
LIES? BUCKHORN BAR-BE-CUE -
Locke, Kelly - 171, 199, 162
Lockwood, Tom - 199
Loftin, Franklin - 199
Loftin, john - 66, 80, 157
L. O. HAMMONS - 205
LOGEE, WILLIAM H., O. D, - 254
LONG, BOB'S STUDIO - 249
l.ong, Laquinta - 191
Long, Mrs. Latanae - 76, 190
Long, Traci - 175, 183
LOOKING GLASS, THE - 215
Love, jackie - 84, 136
Lovelace, Terry - 15
Lowry, Bryan S. - 170, 194
Lowry, Charles - 136, 78
LOWRY CHEVROLET - 203
Loyd, Donnie - 171, 199
Loyd, Nancy - 194
Loyd, Rodney - 80, 157, 168
Lucey, Patrick - 160
Lynch, Kathy - 21, 37, 55, 56, 73, 91,
Lynn, Chuck - 91, 144
Mabry, Marty - 162, 171, 172, 182,
MACKEY AND PIERSON - 239
Maggard, Melissa - 183, 199
Howard - McEIyea
Maginn, Kathleen - 73, 86, 87, 89,
Maginn, Patricia - 73, 86, 87, 89,
Mahan, Melissa - 15, 51, 56, 84,89,
157, 166, 247
Mahan,Mrs. Treva - 35, 82, 98, 126
Mahan, Vicky - 183, 199
MAIN WELDING - 229
Maiorettes - 69
Malone, jerry - 253
Malone, Tony - 213
Marando, Michael - 103, 157
Marando, Steve - 14
MARGRAVES DRUG STORES - 242
Marshall, Christy - 182, 199
Martin, Debra - 150
Martin, james - 243
Martin, Ray Douglas - 171, 199
Martinez, jimmy - 171, 199
Math Club - 91
Matthews, Billy L. - 169, 170, 182,
Maxcy, john - 66,79, 150
Maxcy, Mike - 182, 184, 199
MAXFIELD, BARBARA, CHICOTA
POST MASTER - 254
Mayo, Christina - 174, 175, 177,
MAYO'S HARDWARE - 235
Maytum, Kim - 150
McAllester, Yvetta - 157, 166
McAllister, Kelly - 136, 56, 24
McAllister, Lisa - 7, 26, 24, 33, 34,
97,101,136, 140, 222
McAllister, MaeWest - 194
McCann, Leo - 80
McCarty, Bildra - 150, 185
McCarty, Charles - 123
McCarty, Ernest - 9, 40, 41, 46, 79,
McCloud, Annette - 194
McCloud, Tina - 183
McCIoure, Doug - 80, 157
McCIoure,Scott - 6, 13
McCullum, joyce - 144
McCracken, Angie - 87, 151
McCracken, Barbara - 82, 136
McCuin, Sharon - 14
McCutcheon, Mrs. Zara - 11, 29,
96, 97, 127, 130
McDonald, Don - 169, 170, 194
McDonald, jackie - 151
McDonald, jerry - 82,83, 136
McDonald, Lee - 18, 78, 136
McDonald, Leslie - 22, 161, 163,
164, 183,194, 247
McDonald, Scott - 136
McDonald, Todd - 61, 63, 64, 91,
MCDONALD'S - 237
MCDOUGALL OLDS, CADILLAC -
McDowell, Billy - 171, 199
McDowell, jerry - 78, 136
McDowell, Tamara - 73,83, 151
McElyea, Brian - 171,199
McEntyre, Thad - 51,66, 88, 157,
Mclfatridge, Billy - 136
McFatridge, Donald - 144
McFatridge, Freddy - 103, 151
Mclfatridge, Stephen - 51, 78, 79,
McFrazier, Carolene - 37, 144
McFrazier, Mr. Laverne - 123
McFrazier, Michael - 179, 182, 199
McFrazier, Vonda - 60, 151
McGee, john - 11, 29, 66, 67, 136,
McGee, Laura - 183, 186, 199
McGee, Lyndel Ray - 70, 194
McGhee, jimmy - 66, 157
McGhee, Larry - 194
McGuire, Alan - 51, 157
McGuire, Mr. Cortis - 127
McGuire, Renee - 183
Mclntyre, john - 201,237
Mclntyre, Kevin - 169, 170, 182, 194
Mclntyre, Laurie - 86, 151
Mclntyre, Patricia - 9, 13, 26, 34, 35,
78,97, 98, 100,104, 101, 106, 109,
McKinney, Brenda - 9
McKinney, Linda - 174, 183, 194
McKnight, Bob - 14
McKnight, Clay - 171, 199
McKnight, Doil - 194
McKnight, Shelly - 84, 157, 166
McLemore, Mr. Bobby - 6, 127, 129
McMonigIe, Becky - 183, 194
McMonigle, Sheila - 151
McMonigIe, Tammie - 66, 67, 86,
87, 100,101,106,144, 253
McMonigle, Teddy - 79, 151
McMonigIe, Tracy - 80, 157
McNabb, Angie - 84, 104, 157
McNabb, Becky - 182, 194, 247
McNabb, Gregory - 46, 49, 97, 101,
Melton, Danny - 199
Melton, Phillip - 40, 41, 61, 97, 101,
105, 115, 136
Menasco, Charlotte, 73, 86, 89, 151
Menasco, Lisa - 194
Mendez, Marissa - 199
Mendez, Myrna - 144
METRO HAIR STYLES - 233
METRO NURSERY - 231
Meyers, Dona - 80, 157
Michael, Paula - 151
MlCKEY'S AUTOMOTIVE - 203
MlEAR'S PHARMACY A 254
MILES, DR. IOHN W., DDS. - 254
Miller, Daron - 103, 157
Miller, Richard - 136
Mills, Samantha - 84, 157
Mitchell, Mike - 66, 80, 88, 158
Mitchell, Tia - 56, 76, 89, 104, 158,
Mitchell, Wesley - 51, 80, 158, 168
Mobley, Sean - 51, 158
Moffitt, Angela - 8, 10, 37, 38, 43,
21, 24, 55, 56, 60, 66, 73,91,100,
114, 117, 144
Mondale, Walter - 160
Montgomery, Angela - 15, 17,66,
Moody, Mechelle - 183, 194
Moody, Tony - 66, 106, 144,249
Moore, Carolyn - 123, 191
Moore, Catherine - 122
Moore, Denise - 182, 199
MOORE, HARDY - 254
Moore, jana - 31, 73, 86, 151
Moore, Mike - 78, 80, 158, 168
Moore, Rhonda - 66, 89, 158
Moore, Suzanne - 76, 183, 186, 194
Moree, Debbie - 225
Moree, Donald - 77, 144
Moree, Scott - 82, 137
Moree, Teneka Kee - 73, 93, 137
Morris, Mr. Alan - 171,174, 175,
Morris, Danetta - 199
Morris, David - 144
Morris, Donna - 137
Morris, Kelly - 82, 106, 144
Morris, Kenneth - 42, 51, 61, 144
Morris, Mrs. Rhonda - 66, 68, 128,
Morrison, Gale - 171, 199
Morriss, Dana - 89, 100, 101, 144,
207, 209, 213, 214, 217, 218, 246,
Morton, Cindy - 239
Morton, jeannie - 151
Morton, Kenda - 20, 65, 73, 89, 91,
Morton, Mrs,Mary Louise - 191
Moss, Cindy - 77, 144, 174
Moss, Mr, jon - 8, 42, 43, 51, 64,
Moss, Kim - 31, 84,86, 151
Moss, Melissa - 174, 176, 183, 194
Moss, Merwin - 77, 137, 140
Most Likely to Succeed - 109
MOTEL CITY GULF - 254
Mounce, Danny - 79, 151
Mounce, Michelle - 137
Mullens, Debbie - 81, 82, 137, 183
Mullens, Theresa - 199
Murphy, Mrs. Carolyn - 100, 127
Musick, Bobby - 145
Myatt, Mrs. Susan - 110
Myers, john - 194
Nate, Ricky - 182, 194
Nance, Michael Don - 171, 199
Neal, Barry - 84, 151
Neal, Phillip - 14
Neal, Stacy - 46, 84, 137, 140
NELSON IERSEY FARM - 245
Nelson, Mark - 46, 145, 263
NETEX ASPHALT - 227
Newberry, Robbie - 82, 137
Newkirk, jack - 97, 101, 151
Newman, Mrs. Barbara - 94, 95
Newman, Kristin - 76, 174, 194
NEWMAN TOWNE AND COUNTRY
Nichols, Lisa - 66, 80, 158
Nichols, Randy - 102, 137
Ninemires, Harold - 151
Nobles, Lynn - 151
NORMENT AND CASTLEBERRY -
Norrell, Mr. james - 191
NORTHEAST TEXAS SHEET METAL -
North Lamar, Mr. and Miss - 108
Norwood, Clint - 40, 41, 46, 88,
112, 114, 145
NORTH TEXAS PRODUCTION
CREDIT ASSOCIATION - 207
Nutt, Mr. Fred - 168, 169
Ochoa, Mrs. Lee - 104, 106, 119,
OEA - 93
Office Assistants - 106
Oliver, Bryce - 77, 145
Oliver, Nikki - 182, 194
Osburn, Randy - 201, 237
Owen, james - 171,173,199
Owen, jody - 184, 194
Owen, johnny - 158
Owens, Mike - 44, 46, 91, 97, 101,
Packard, Wendy - 137
Panther Press Staff - 96
Pardee, Cindy - 37, 56, 151
Pardee, Kelly - 167, 174, 194
PARIS AIR CONDITIONING - 228
PARIS ALTERNATOR AND STARTER
CO, - 225
PARIS BANK OF TEXAS - 216
PARIS FLORIST - 251
PARIS GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
PARIS HONDA 251
PARIS jUNIOR COLLEGE - 224
PARIS LUMBER - 244
PARIS MILLING COMPANY - 231
PARIS NEWS - 213
PARIS ORTHEPEDIC CLINIC - 254
PARIS REALTY - 202
PARIS RUBBER - 248
PARIS SAVINGS AND LOAN - 219
PARIS SVVIMMING POOL SERVICE -
Parma, Adrie - 17
Parker, Carrie - 93, 137
Parker, jim - 78, 80, 158
Parks, Bill - 248
Parks, Greg - 248
Parson, Brent - 182, 195
Parson, Cassandra - 84, 158
Parson, Cynthia - 183, 199
Parson, Dwayne - 137
Parson, Mark - 80, 158, 168
Parson, Monty - 171
Parson, Tammy - 89, 91, 93, 101,
McEntyre - Ray
Parsons, Karen - 84, 101, 158
Pasteka, Ben - 51, 78,80, 158
Pasteka, Laura - 73, 97, 101, 104,
Patterson, Anthony - 158
Payne, Arnis - 151
Payne, Charlotte - 195
Payne, Marc - 182, 195
Payne, Randall - 145
Payne, Robert - 158
Payne, Sonya - 31, 73, 151
PEACE, IOEL, BUILDER - 254
PEACE, LINDA, POWDERLY RURAL
CARRIER - 254
Peel, Charles tDudj - 51, 78, 151
Peet, Dale - 151
Pendergraft, Sandra - 137
Perry, Mrs. Annie - 9, 11,94
Perry, Billy - 170, 195
Perryman, jeff - 66
Perryman, Kevin - 91, 101, 158
Perlgyrnan, Randy - 66, 73,91, 101,
PHIL'S HICKORY HOUSE - 252
Phipps, Stan - 64, 80, 158, 168
Phipps, Tim - 169, 170, 178, 195
Pierce, Kathy - 145
Pierce, Rebecca Dawn - 25, 82, 145
Pierce, Wanda - 253
Pilkinton, Rae jean - 145, 201, 225,
231, 237, 27, 262, 263
PINK ANGELS - 247
Pitts, Vernon - 170, 178, 195
Poole, Billy - 51, 80, 158, 168, 238
Porter, Derinda - 137
Pratt, Bobby - 220
Pratt, Ellen - 253
Pratt, janie - 247
Pratt, Tammy - 80, 86, 151
Price, Gaines - 13
Price, janet - 247
High School - 124
junior High - 189
Proctor, james - 170, 182, 195
Pryor, janet - 19, 93, 94, 137
QUALITY FURNITURE - 203
RAGAN, DR, WILLIAM C. - 254
Raissez, Dolores - 84, 86, 89, 104,
Raissez, Salvador - 78, 138
Ramsey, Bronis - 57, 59, 151
Raney, Gina - 73, 86, 101, 151, 213,
Raney, Steven - 169, 182, 195
Raper, Paul - 138
Ray, Amy - 183, 199
Ray, Dave - 199
Ray, Karen - 162, 199
Ray, Lee - 44,51,148,151
Ray, Teresa - 16, 18, 66, 67, 68, 73,
Index - 259
Reavis, Thurman - 79, 152
Rayburn, Clyde - 248
Reagan, Ronald - 160
Reavis, Charles - 199
Reavis, Edward - 103,158
Reavis, johnny - 195
Reed,CharIes - 79, 152
Reed, Kenneth - 22, 42, 46, 145
Reed, Millette - 182,195
Reed, Monica - 93, 100, 145
Reed, Robbie - 179
Reed, Rosanna - 66, 67, 86, 87, 96,
100, 106, 145, 147
Reed, Scottie - 171, 182, 199
REEP'S FURNITURE - 223
Reeves, Teresa - 182, 183, 195
Renfro, julie - 175, 199
Rensland, Drei - 169, 172, 195
Reynolds, Craig - 51, 73, 91, 97,
Rhodes, Diana - 195
,Mr, Kenny - 184, 185,191
,Sheketha - 81, 152
,Wanda - 152
Sawyer, David - 102
Sawyer, Michael - 145
Larry Ray - 171, 199
Scheer, Roberta - 145
School Board - 121
Schroeder, jeffrey - 171, 199
Scott, Eveline - 243
SCOTT FERTILIZER - 239
Scott, Paula - 145
Scott, Shawn - 174, 195
SCg'AI'TY'S AUTO SUPPLY, INC. -
Self, Ann - 55, 56,60, 83, 145
Self, Robert - 169, 170, 173, 180,
181, 178, 195
Seniors - 132
Seventh Grade - 197
Shannon, joe - 102, 138
Shannon, Tonya - 182, 195
Rddl ,B'Il - 99
I e ly 1 Shawhart
Rhodes, Kenny - 195
Rich, john - 195
Richardson, Billy - 145
Richardson, Carla - 195
Ricks, Cedric - 171, 173, 179, 182,
Sharrock, james B. - 199
Sharrock, Laura DeAnn - 84, 158
Sharrock, Marty - 46, 78, 112, 138
Shawhart, leff - 182, 195
Shawhart, Kelli - 199
Shawhart, Mrs. Linda - 123
, Staci - 17,66, 152
Riddle, Quentin - 235
Ridens, Larry - 46, 79, 88, 145
Ridens, Terry - 51,80, 156
Risinger, Cindy - 20, 89, 97, 100,
Ritchey, Tim - 80, 152, 153
Robbins, Bryant - 4, 44
Robbins, Linda - 84, 158
Robbins, Lisa - 15, 17, 19, 66, 71, 84,
89, 158, 247
Roberson, Greg - 168
Roberts, Anthony - 199
Roberts, Daniel - 158
Roberts, Mr. Larry - 121
Roberts, Lori - 174, 195
Roberts, Shane - 162, 171, 179, 180,
Robinette, Larry - 235
Robinson, David - 80, 152
Robison, Mrs. Gene - 191
Roden, Charley - 138
Rodgers, Dana - 76, 183, 195
Ross,Barbi - 145
Rosson, Billy - 44, 97, 113
Routon, Kurt - 46,48, 73, 112, 138
Rucker, Patricia - 175, 177, 199
Rucker,Rayford - 195
Rushin, Sharon - 5
RusseII,Mrs. Linda - 87, 93, 127, 130
Russell, Michael - 170, 195
Russill, Mickey - 73, 79, 101, 113,
Russell, Randy - 42
Sandefer, Laurie - 182, 199
Sanders, Bobby - 145
260 1 Index
Sheets, Donald Lee - 200
Sheets, Lisa f- 183, 195,247
Sheets, Rory - 195
Shehan, Deborah - 158
Sherrer, Ms. Betty - 123
Sherrer, julie - 60, 83, 84, 89, 118,
Shew, Craig - 66, 80, 158
Shurtleff, Christopher - 171, 182,
Simpsen, Lisa - endsheet, 84, 158
Simpsen, Sharon - endsheet, 8, 17,
19, 30, 65, 66, 67, 71, 72, 73, 91,
98, 100, 131,138,233
Simpson, Sherry - 93, 145, 100
SIMPSON WHOLESALE - 215
Sims, Archie G, jr. - 200
Sims, Chariot - 76, 182, 183, 184,
Sims, IamesIMikej - 195
Sims, Pamela D. - 195
Sims, Pamela R. - 195, 76, 183
Sims, Shannon - 182, 195
Sims, Theresa - 25, 73, 101, 106,
SIRLOIN STOCKADE - 244
Skeen, Brenda - 21, 22, 24, 33, 55,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 102, 106, 107,
Skeen,Tammie - 183, 195
Skidmore, Rodney - 169, 182, 195
Skidmore, Russell tRustyj - 66, 145,
Skinner, Robert - 21, 46, 48, 112,
115, 138, 249, 50
Skinner, Mr, Robert - 20, 21
Skinner, Mrs. Sue - 249
SIagIe,Angie - 152
SLACLE BROTHERS USED CARS -
Slagle, jeff - 46, 43, 77, 138, 222
Slagle, Lisa - 15,16,17,66,71,83,
84, 89, 104, 159, 254
Sluder, Floyd - 253
Slayden, Betty Blount - 249
Smalley, David - 79, 152
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY -
Smallwood, jerry - 51, 55, 118, 80,
154,159, 168, 226, 251
SMALLWOOD, NORTH TRUCKINC
SmaIIwood,Tammy - 15, 17, 66, 71,
72, 84,89,159, 226, 247
Smallwood, Vicky - 73, 100, 145,
Smith, Bobby - 200
SMITH CARPETS - 211
Smith, Donna - 200
Smith, jenna - 200
Smith, Keith - 200
Smith, Kyle - 80, 159
Smith, Lea Anne - 73, 138
SmitI'i,LiIIieI. - 247
Smith, Michael - 171,200
Smith, Neal - 51, 152
Smith, Robert - 91, 101, 159
Smith,Tambra - 105,66, 159
Smith, Tammy - 195
Smith, Teresa - 66, 86, 89, 101, 104,
Smith, Tina - 82, 145
Smyers, Milburn IPeanutj - 15, 44,
Sophomores - 148
SPANGLER'S - 211
Spann, Angie - 183, 195
Spann, Cindy - 82
Spann, Karon - 56, 89,91,98, 100,
Spann, Sharon - 22, 161,163, 164,
183, 184, 186,195
Sparks, Laura - 77, 138
Sparks, Marlin - 195
Sparks, Randall - 169, 170, 182
Sparks, Sandra - 200
Sparks, Tim - 170, 182, 169, 195
Speech and Drama - 97
Spencer, Cindy - 183
Spencer, Harvey - 66, 152
SPENCER,j.,D.D.S, - 254
Spencer, Paul Ray - 15, 51, 80, 88,
SPENCER, RAY, CAMPERS - 236
Spethman, Loren - 51, 105, 159, 168
Spethman, Marla - 146
Spillman, jeffery - 146
Spillman, Vincent - 195
Springer, Barry - 80, 152
Springer, Sandy - 5, 37, 113, 114
Spurgeon, Andrew fRustyj - 102,
Staggs, Charles Duane - 182,200
Staggs, Shelia - 84, 159
Starkey, Anita - 146
Starkey, Donald - 123
Rayburn - Taylor
Starks, Derwin - 1, 28, 40, 46, 62,
114, 132, 138
Starks, Tina - 5,6,12,37,113,114
STEELE AND THOMAS FUNERAL
HOME - 221
Stephens, Angie - 183, 195
Stephens, Chad - 51, 52, 80, 159,
STEPHENS CONCRETE - 240
Stephens, Kara - 76, 162, 167, 174,
183, 184, 185, 195
Stephens, Kim - 37, 66, 73, 74, 89,
91, 101, 152
Stephens, Mrs, Linda - 28
Stephens, Lori Shew - 24, 82, 86, 98,
106, 138, 201, 211, 215, 216, 219,
Stephens, Paul - 44, 51, 118, 152,
Stephens, Ruthy - 21, 25, 65, 66, 71,
86, 87, 96, 146, 147, 205, 207, 213,
217, 229, 237, 100, 106, 243, 244,
Stephens, Todd - 44, 46, 73, 91,
STINSON LIGHTING AND
DECORATING - 245
Stone, Mr. Roy Tom - 10, 37, 57, 58
STONE TITLE CO. - 209
Story, Renee - 21, 25, 65, 66, 69, 70,
86, 87, 100,106,146, 147, 207,
213, 217, 224, 228, 237, 244, 235,
Story, Steve - 162,200
Streety, Mrs. Katherine - 122
Strickland, Gina - 77,86, 89, 118,
Stripland, jimmie - 4, 123, 171, 177,
178, 179, 191
Stripland, Tommy - 61, 78, 139
High School - 99
junior High - 184
Sudduth, Sheila - 200
Sugg, Brad - 80, 159
Sugg, Mrs, Ella - 191
Sugg, Liz - 73,91,101,152
Sugg, Tammy - 183, 195
Sullivan, Alan - 146
Sullivan, jeff - 78
Sullivan, john - 83,88, 139
Superintendent - 120
SUPERIOR SWITCHBOARD - 254
SWAIM HARDWARE - 233
SWAIM PRINTING - 219
SWAIM, ROBERT L., D.D.S. - 254
Swindle, Mrs. Betty - 121
Swindle, Mr. jesse - 127, 103
Swindle,Mrs. Kathy - 123
Swint, Liskin - 200
TACO DELITE - 210
Taylor, Brett - 51, 80, 159, 168
Taylor, Felicia - 106,146
Taylor, Lori - 200
Taylor, Molly - 17, 66, 71, 72, 84,
87, 89, 99, 100, 146
Terpening, Tangi - 167 UARCO ' 251
Walker, Helen - 77, 146
Taylor, Natalie - 22, 161, 165
Taylor, Sherry - 161, 163, 164,165,
185, 195, 264
'Teachers' Aides - 106
Temple, Vance - 66, 152
Templeton, B. j. - 9, 44, 51, 64, 78,
79, 88, 146, 147
Templeton, Mr. Sonny - 44, 46, 47,
FURNITURE - 219
Thomas, Angie - 83, 104, 152, 212
Thomas, Ann - 212
Thomas, Kenneth - 171, 179, 200
Thomas, Pat - 171,200
Thomas, Sheryl - 7, 106, 146
Thompson, Lisa - 159
Thompson, Loretta - 183, 195
Thompson, Lynetta - 166, 174, 195
Thompson, Peggy - 248
Thompson, Roger - 27, 43, 88, 91,
Thompson, Sammy - 42, 51, 63, 64,
Thompson, Vickie - 16, 28, 17, 65,
Thompson, Mr. Woodrow - 2, 3,
THRASHER, j. W, AND W. R. ART
STUDIO - 254
Threadgill, Angela - 175, 183,200
Threadgill, Bradley - 78, 139
Thurman, Charisa - 182, 195
Tidwell, Ronnie - .6
TIIERINA, DUNNINGTON UROLOGY
CLINIC, P,A, - 254
TisdeII,T0dd - 25, 46, 88, 112, 139
Todd, Karen - 196
Todd, Melodie - 82, 139
Todd, Scotty - 103, 159
Tomlinson, Chris - 159
Tow, Ben - 253
I Tow, joe - 253
Towler, Seanda - 22, 161, 163, 164,
165, 182, 183, 196,200,264
Townsend, Mrs. Elaine - 54, 55, 56,
Townsend, jeana - 66, 73, 74, 89,
TP8iL - 223
I Track, Boys
High School - 40
junior High - 168
High School - 37
junior High - 166
Tri-Hi-Y - 100
TRINITY PROCESSING - 227
Truan, Chris - 28, 42, 51, 66, 79, 88,
Truan, Melanie - 74, 113
Truan, Sharon - 66, 73, 74, 89, 91,
Trull, Mr. Paul - 10, 38, 119
Tschoerner, Carol - 26, 43, 66, 73,
Tschoerner, David - 64, 80, 105,
T-SHIRTS, ETC. - 223
T-SHIRTS PLUS - 231
Tubbe, Ramona - 17
Tucker, Gayland - 170, 196
Tucker, Larry - 146
Twitty, Mike - 102, 139
TWO'S COMPANY - 249
Ull - 101
Upchurch, james - 152
Vance, Mrs. Mary - 191
Vanderburg, Alan - 66, 73, 91, 101,
Vanderburg, Breana - 21, 24, 27, 56,
57, 106, 139
Vanderburg, Mrs. Freda - 121
Vanderburg, jason - 170, 196
Vanderburg, lohn - 101, 113, 152
Vanderburg, Lorea - 200
Vanderburg, Melissa - 76, 161, 167,
174, 183, 184, 185, 196
Vanderburg, Renata - 106, 146
Vanderburg, Scotty - 79, 152
VanHooser, Renee - endsheet, 17,
19, 30, 66, 67, 71, 73, 89, 90, 91,
Valero, jeff - 152
VanNoord, Gerritt john -- 29, 66,
VanNoord, julie - 43
VanNoord, Rachel - 182, 200
VanNoord, Rebecca - 12, 31, 37,
39, 66, 67, 106, 114, 139
VanNoord, Ruth - 18, 55, 56, 60,
105, 106, 146
VASARETTE - 227
Vaughan, Donald - 44, 148, 152
Vaughan, Michael - 196
Vaughan, Rebecca - 183, 200
VICA - 102
VICKERS GROCERY - 246
VILLAGE IEWELERS - 244
VOCI' - 103
Waggoner, Candayce - 66, 146,
WALKER, LARRY,M,D, - 254
Walker, Robert - 46, 79, 89, 146
Wall, Billy - 170, 196
Wall, Deanna - endsheet, 9, 43, 65,
66, 67, 69, 93, 95, 98, 100, 139
Wall, Renee - 77,152
waning, Batty - 44, 45, 51, 64, 78, 91,
Walls, Stacy L. - 200
WALMART - 251
Walton, Lisa - 146
Washington, Beverly - 25, 146
Washington, David - 51,64,79, 146
Washington, Earnest - 196
Washington, jimmy - 102, 139
Washington, Karry - 200
Washington, Kim - 171,200
Washington, Mike - 184, 196
Washington, Scott - 77, 146
Watson, Lorrie - 153
Watson, Richard - endsheet, 5, 66,
19, 67, 68,106, 112, 146, 201, 203,
210, 232, 237, 248, 249, 262
Watson, Sandy - 81, 84, 159
Watson, Sheila - 6
Wear, Don - 211
Wear, Raymond jr. - 171, 200
Weatherford, Mrs. judy - 82, 127
Weaver, Mr. Elmer - 102, 127
Weaver, Mrs. Elmer - 252
Webb, Curlese - 51, 52, 79, 98, 148,
Webb, Kenneth - 21, 23, 40, 46, 47,
50, 84,112,114, 139,160
Webb, Patrick - 40, 42, 51, 79, 153
Webb, Ramona - 196
Webb, Rochelle - endsheet, 1, 23,
24, 26, 29, 34, 35, 66, 73, 98, 106,
WEDDLE, MR. 81 MRS. BILLY M. -
Weddle, Kelly - endsheet, 5, 7, 8,
16,17, 65, 66, 73, 67, 71, 84, 91,
100, 111,112, 98, 128, 131, 140,
147, 201, 217, 225, 249, 262, 263,
Weddle, Tracie - 4, 11, 12, 74, 263.
Weems, Cynthia - 146
Weems, Rhonda - 200
Weger, jimmy - 153
Weger, Wendy - 159
Weir, Eddie - 88, 97, 101, 146
Weldon, Lynn - 85
Wells, Susan - 140
Westbrooks, Tawana - 75, 224
WESTINGHOUSE - 251
Wharton, Kimberly - 146
Whitaker, Theresa - 248
White, Mr. Darrell - 4, 27, 35, 43,
White, Duane - 21
WHITE, A. FRANK 81 ASSOC. - 254
White, joe David - 15, 51, 53, 80,
White, Marc - endsheet, 73, 78, 79,
White, Monty - 169, 170, 178, 180,
Taylor - Youth
Willhite, Glenda - 93, 147
Willman, Diane - 106, 147
Willman, Liz - 182
Willman, Nancy - 183
Williams, Chris - 140
Williams, Dale Allen - 200
,Mr. jim - 123
Williams, Howard L, - 196
Williams, Mrs. Kathleen - 83, 127
Williams, Merritt - 40, 41, 28, 61, 62,
Williams, Rodney - 51, 84, 159
Williams, Stacy - 51, 52, 153,84
Williamson, Donna - 77, 140
Williamson, jeff - 153
Willman, Diane - 66
Willman, Elizabeth - 159, 200
Wilson, Marla - 66, 67, 89, 91, 106,
Wilson, Stephen - 102, 147
Wilson, Van - 13
WINTERMUTE INDUSTRIES, INC, -
Winters, Cecil - 200
Wisley, Diane - 56, 84, 86, 89, 159,
Wook, Paul - 80, 159
Wood, Wade - 200
Woodard, Vance - 25,91,92,73,
Tamara - 84, 159
Womack, Daniel - 79, 91, 93,101,
Woods, Caroline - 242
Woods, Earl - 66, 79, 153
Woods, Lance - 80, 159
Woods, Rickey - 80, 153
Woods, Sheila - 153
lohnny - 103, 159
Suzann - 76, 183, 196
Worthey, Mrs. jean - 123
Wright, james Curtis - 51,77,153
Wright, Kristen - 183, 200
Wright, Leigh Ann - 196
Yacht Beau and Sweetheart - 111
Yacht Staff - 262
Yates, Randy - 80, 159
Yerby, julie - 183, 196
Young, Billy - 153
Young, Craig - 196
White, Odis - 80, 159
White, Rodney - 79, 153, 51
White, Wayland - 153
Whitten, john - 182,200
Whitener, Tonya - 161, 164, 167,
163, 183, 188, 196
Wigley, Shan - endsheet, 25, 66, 89,
100,113,131,147, 214, 218, 228,
232, 237, 262
Wigley, Trigg - 182, 200
WILLIAMS SPORTING GOODS -
Wilkerson, Brian Keith - 147
Young, Glen - 51, 64, 159, 168
Young, jerry - 42, 51, 80, 153
Young, lohnny - 44, 51, 80, 153
Young, Larry - 40, 80, 84, 140
Young, Melanie - 76, 183, 196
Young, Roger - 103, 147
Young, Ronald - 51, 159
Young, Terry - 102, 140
YOUNG'S WESTERN WEAR - 225
Youth for Christ - 104
Index - 261
1980 ,Yacht ls
Second in State
The March yearbook workshop held at the University of
Texas at Austin was attended by students who were to be on
the 1981 Yacht Staff. Kelly Weddle, Sharon Rushin, Brian Bra-
shier, lon james and Tommy Davidson, along with Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Brown attended the workshop to gather new ideas for
the upcoming yearbook.
As usual, the 1980 Yacht was late, finally arriving on May 19,
and the book was distributed to student body and faculty fol-
lowing the assembly on May 20.
Summer was a busy time for Kelly Weddle,'1981 Yacht Edi-
tor, and Mrs. Brown, as they began to plan the '81 Yacht. "We
Are the Panthers" was the theme chosen for this year.
The staff was made up of 16 students who put in many long
hours to meet deadlines. Yearbook staff was divided into two
class periods for the first time, and this allowed extra time to sell
ads, draw pages, etc. The 16 staff members sold over 56,000
worth of ads. Six hundred fifty copies of the book were sold
despite the price being raised to 513.00
Guides were added to the index to show which names were
on each page. Type used for captions and body was different.
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style used throughout the book was Optima.
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