North Mesquite High School - Trailblazer Yearbook (Mesquite, TX)

 - Class of 1979

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Mall MHl'i0n was voted "Must Outstand- ing Trark Man TB." Hx' has lweri on thi' foollnull and lruvk team for four 51-airs. Aflvr high svhool Niall planf lo gllllll 1114-ollvgc-. All Chool Favorites Pr:-sid:-nl of Ihn' Cllumlf' Choir amd Ll IIIl'II1bf'I'UfLvIliIf for lhrw- pf-an S116 SChlllCg6Il hu- he-vu Ll1'liNl' in musir. H1-r inlvrwl- invlmh- Ninging. rlam-ing. pilhlliflgl. .md NMIIVF Nlxiiug. .-Xflvr high wlwnl fhm' plana to gn inlu f'2i'l1iUHlIll'F1h.lIl1HriIlgZ. David Fralllilla rum-an-fl A rmmA ha-r um- ruling IH :Xuslm fur -lulc' -mln and1-rlfvmhhfnulllwl. He- hkw to-mm fki und play lhv elrum- for Ihw Bin mul' Buml. Fwllmsing high frhmyl he- xmntf In gn lu full'-gv mul vmxlinua' in lha- IHIINII' fn-hl 41141 hm-r gm mln the- mwh- 4ulfi1'h1. F0l'1lfl.f!'.V 9 Freshman Favorites is Q i 1 t 7 Qi. 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 Favorites Sm11n111111g:. sow-1-r. dz1111'111g and watt-r skiing are tiniong, Llsa Swllllley S hohhinh. Shi is itlYOIV1'lI ill tht- Cross Country and travk toams. Shvalso1-11111ysh1111t111g and fishing. Football lb one 11fMlkC Gllzy S fa1or1tf-d1t1x1- ti1-s ht-rv at N.M.H.S. Ht- also 1-njoys riding motor- ryrles, hunting and water skiing. Sophomore Favorites Sophornorf- rlass secretary and pre-sidr-nt of tho Blush Brigadm- L0l'i Baflllisler, still finds time to lu- in the Frm-nth Club. FCA and Young l,ifo. Slit' onjoys danving. gy nmasiics and toavhing 4-le' monlary drill tram, A momlwr of ilu' National ,lr. Honor Sovivty is just one' of tlif' artix ilir'S Brad Ch8IIlpi0Il is involved in. HP is also in FCA, Young Lift- and the Frm-nvh Club. His hoblmiz-S im'lude'fisl1ing. hunting, football, and walor skiing. Favorites 1 I I2 FllI'0fiIl'X Junior Favorites Tl'aI'y has lwnri frvsh- man and sopliornorv r'he'Prl1Aa4le'r, presillvnt of tht' frvslinian rlass and fra-sliman favoritv. But She' still finds time for danring, riding horsvs- and making now friefnrls. Boing on the- Basketball team for his S4-fond yn-ar Slllarl MOSS plans to go on to Collvgv to play sports. HP is also in FCA and FHA. He- lilws playing football, lraslu-tliall antl WQIIPI' skiing. ln vol- If-gvStuar1 wants to major in cngi- nooring or sci:-111-4-. Senior Favorites XM Andy Barefifjld is on tho varx nity football tram. vice--prfesirlf-nt of the Spanish Clulr and treasure-r of his FHA class. H0 likes fishing, liunling anll liorsvbavlx riding. He- plans to go on to N.T.S.U. and major in ai-1-ounling. Su-nior Ula:-5 wrrvlary S011-ia BI'00kS, wa4 also llie- Sf'I'l't'l2ifj of thx- National Jr. Honor Sovioty and was a1'c'r'ptf-il into llw National Honor Sod:-ly. Sonja likvs sowing. singing and Spf-mling limo out in lliv Vounlry. Aflvr graflualion slai- plans lo go to coll:-go aml major in an-ounling, F11z'0ril1's I3 A rrwrlllwr of Ihr Nalmnal Honor 'ovirly North Mvsquilc' Forenair Lvagu:-. Litvrary Mugizinz- Staff. ivffr for 11- 'lll'l llulv a 'sids-nt 0 N' S 1l'l Courvi haf kvpn Patricia Kamps 1.y he-r four yc-ars at NN, Pal finds limr- for svwi p,, vsulvr akiing and p!aying,th1- piano, SIN' plans lo allvnd u fuury1-ar4'ol- 111.4-ami major in ZH'l'UllIl1iIlg,. Mark Stoldt la. I-'1 wg wiv" . 'llring ' yvurs of xarsily foul ru and aww ' . H0 was ulsu in trac' . f' is ' -m wr of ' ll i'-. to 1 . play Ihr' guitar. and pzirlivipalc' in sports. Hr plum lo gn on In rnllvgu- afts-rgra1luz1Iior1. I4 Famrites Principals Award ix vii. Ym- X :BK . 1 f 1 im f L ., 4' ll, wk, ,W , u M X 31 Y rj M.. , .W asm M l,,, , Optimist Award N. Football and bdl-flldll an on a fouplc of thv artlxltmi Alan Murray has lrcen IH H1 IS also a mfmlffr of FCA Dsbat and the Nattonal Furs-nm Lfagut Among has ll0lJlJll'- arm camping sknng truxfltng and C B meettngs He plan to gn to vollegf and major tn law or p0llll1 al sr Home B ftlvall ha mfunr-tl most of rr 1 mu cl Sur h honori aS All Ame Fl tan Hugh S1 houl Athlete 177 783 All Tournums nt lit Tc am 178-791 am 'North Vlfsqultf De fcnstw an r t 8 1 huwvwr funds ttmf for FCA and thx Cfrman Club Her future lH1lUl'llS mllfgt mth college lull and muyln plaw profs sslonul ball Fawrzlvs I5 t '33 ' 1 ly t 5 X , E, , , , Y , ,, I . S K I V , . 4 ' X M' 1 . 1 4 ' . U- .' . ,I H ask ' S " I ' 5 5 1 Tina wllliilfs time-. having lll I - of Ill' 'lvvar Q77-Trl. T na Homecoming Court RIGHT: Thu- llom e'c'1v :ning Court llll'llllll'b Deh- bie Birdsong, Queen: Kim Lang- ston, Melissa Maedgen, Pam Brunel and Edie Burgess. Bl'1l.OW: Runners-up un' flefl to right! Pam Brunei, Edie Burgess, Melissa Maedgen, aml Kim Langston. BI-ILOW RIGHT: Debbie Birdsong works wry hard at living lu-ml nmjorellz- for the Big Blue' Band. llrr purlivipution in the lvanll for the pasl four 54-urs has prox imlm-rl Stallion support. 16 Ht1VI1f'!'lIII1lHg Cou rl llomvvoming Queen Delulvie Birclsong Sweethearts Being a rnemher of the clrum seetion antl the trea- surer of the Big Blue. Bigg6I'SlHff was ehosen Band Sweetheart. She enjoys all sports and plans to hi-rome a rourt reporter. Sandy Lewis, Stallion Battalion Sweetheart, has been involved with the speeeh Department, as seeretary of the Forensie Club and was chosen best girl d from ehator. She plans to get her eollege degree Baylor University. Being ehosen Football Sweetheart is only appropri- ate for Carrie West after being eheerleacler for NM and voted "best yellerq at eheerleamling eurnp. Basketball Sweetheart, Mauri Marlin, is a member of the Varsity' tennis team :ind the French Club. Among her hohhies are tennis, canoeing and swimming. 'ia P14 1- Wil Nm , Ii" 5 gl' Q QS . ff if Q Q L. x .L R. . jgz vq A Y' ik 1 '- 3, A j' L 74 55: - - ft - ,. 4. . f . 1' , K W . I 6 . g .. .Ak . , . , ' A Doin Yom? Own Thing - f 1 3 1 g rg . , .-.,., MW 'W -Wy qw . we-,M ,-,-f , , , ,,, ,, Kz: :Wm Wu: , sm m s fggzii sw: if I - ws f ,Q 253211 ,art .5 :Q : 3252 " 1, Q Q L2-:E f' -Q 'Wx' V . 174 JE:-2 Q?1'f ww M L1 Magi? E22 :W ,. , K Maw fm ff ff' ' ' 1 IVE' HA V 1' . 5' f v Q: Q SEE ' v e 5 , x .M L vii, L A Q fu , ew f ' 11- f, v - ' Qi i ? 3 V 'J 31 Y 'mg 1 gg AJ 1 Q 1, ,Q 1, A' W W W f 154+ i M- sw , , A ' Q' nf ' E 11 ., , , fin ,WE V , , f fx A 'L , ,ww gi, "H " - X ' f '. f ' f 3 4 E 2 xi assi fifii ' hz. J rm W V f W4 Q 1 -I A' . 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S14-xr' Caynvs. Katrina Porlany. Svott My-rf. Kelly Penny, Mike-. Swindle-r. D- aina M1-Call. Sara Brvwfle-r. Rod y True-xdall. Lisa Villarreal. Rovlq Simpfon. lVleli..a Ma:-dgf-ri. Richard Hopkins. Lisa Slepp, Kent 1105. Frann-is is ' fr- - mc reland. M'lJlllf' Nestor. Kyle- Vrd. h' v- 4-. xnni ' ams, Stew- Lanz:-. Lynn . imc. 'nc'1'C mlm. ' 'f-r Di . Mike llarwi-rlli. Susan Rixzolto. ity Re '. e-annie Crwnw 5. L4-1' B4-rry Susan .lc'tI, David Cook. Cindy Rich, Choral: Offu era are Que Sloan Librarian Sue 91 hulgf n Prui unl oi w impsin 4 Pre side nl Ly nn Sims Histo rian Katrina Podam H1 torian Sonya Brookx Triasurer ran nic K re z nwaw Lhapllan Sara Br vw le r Librarian K1 nl Sip: Clldplldfl lm nnlfi r Dillon Su ri tan fonu rt Choir Offu 1 rx r Q i P 1 id4 nl Anna Pina Sem Fl lan DeAnn Qluart Tru asuri r l ilrrarians are li a Brown and T1 rri Martin 72 Choir Chorale, A Cappella, and Concert .... 1 S 7 1 el - d N Q15 2 Nl mllinx 1 eg Wu! m 1 Bai P il T agl Ji ff r Ad 1 S N La a lznnim llon Rua wi l a l l 1- I. R'-k, .-. ivr-.1 . L J.. r are: Dvllai: B'rd r's' - -. Choirs Take the Spotlight J . .i , Q. N. K . . .,"'. A S - + A e - fl S' tx if ,4 1 1 ef? -' - I - 1 ..,,,, .J.! 3-'Diva' L4 . ,appvlla Choir rn-nlwr ti -1 I ri Biirrh. Tvrri Vlvfflurt-. Rhonila fiiinn. iid Stow-nf, -ry la vrf. o Carter. Howard Cordon, Shorty Roh '.1n,," 'A ', -..l,iuEm 1. Pvnny Arlarnf. Sufan TtlWI'l,f'I1t'l, l,iSa o tvnhe-rry. ' ti . ' . Laura slit-rry, 'xicl FlPt'hr'r. , Fuller, Implii- Barnvs, Christiv Mil er, oilic Rinnv. Lhariottv Raiiom, Patti Chaffin, Janvt Ailams. Tina Rolwrts. Tommy Ron. 25, Mik' ' -r. jim I Ballard, David Bower, Toni Barron. Lori Samlvri. Chvryl NI Cliiiton. Nancy York, Linda Haugv. Cathy Cox Pam WKlgl1l,,l2-ll11'l Havslik. lay Kline. - - , Kwinf' i Lynvh on Wa Pr, K-nt Milli-r, DPni:c- Ca . Candy Moon: Offivtfrs arf-: Prvsicli-nt ina RolJe'rI.: fP1'r1'tary. Te- i Mr'C urvg Trf-a, UFPF, john Carte-rg librarian.. Patti Chaffin. jimmy Bal- arc . 1 Q S a fi ii :li A C tl N Ft Da H ltr Ve tt N ,J hn frt'-o Nanny llxrfx - tor R t Pat gf lf Mt'Qu4-1-n. Kvniiy Maiisfivlil. Kvvin Cold Da i law 1 3 E S l i i l l l J N xhf 1 4 Ifixf ini N 1 1 jffflr'-ter 4 tl ,K l ' lk f S nn T Q S rr, I s l l 3 -- ,, l l fxoniirt fxlioir ini mlre rs tire She llx f ldlfdlxls flirt tx Blafkintm L4 ls Thonia on Dfanne Withe r poon Shirlit Qdxin lun: Tuckfr Cretahi n bprmg ielcl Swlwia Moroms Trams Rolnrt-.on 'Vli tx Boling anit Wearx It .i Brown Tomti Thonip on Dflvlne Byrd Terri 'Vlartin Karen Brodilnav Ther: fi W il on Kathi Xlfuindfr Mishillc Tollu Pam Kul Ruse Marie furry Maridcan ,Lukson Renee Wright Penny Spent: Fxmli Down Shi rrx Taxlor Cirol Dixie ,Ianni Bell Rebekah Williams Train Nlefxibbonm Tern fi Cin ton Shtrri K1 slon D4 Ann Stuart 'xlll ia Plus lnri Fwton Rhonda Rockwell Anna Pina Axa Foy laura Ni Il Nlorri i " ,. ' 'Q' 'I. ' 1' ",. i 5 " ', 'S 'S , ' 'S , .. , . w i . ,. . , . . .5' , ' 5 . ' k . ' i , ' ' ., 'N' S , - A ' ', , 'A ' - - ' 1 -I 1' w " Q 1 ' 'V ,Q ' . ' . 5. Choir 23 vim' I f I ' fi fa ETX . ifg ' A -5 Big Blue Marches With Might xi X QW. -wgpeq Mega:-K. S 4 V - V, 4 f.,,V U V .,.f. W-,WA ...m.wf....,v 1' , Q fd 9 H e B midi 9' Q-D if Xifvifr:Mn Tw' Q - A - wvgm-v ki ., ww-at Q 2-I Band l i North Mvsquitu- has every reason to he proud of tho l978- 79 Head Majors-its-. Debbie Hirdsong pravlivcs hard and has shown to hc- a supvrb lwirler, This year, Drum Major Cheryl Sillman, Drum Major Paul Bright and Head Drum Major Cheryl Tyson did ter- rific' johs in loading on the Big Blur- to fantastir' performances. . , 4 we This year. the Big Blue Band has exeelled exeeptionally. Under the direetion of Tony Anderson, the band began their winning streak at the University Interseho- lastie League Band Marching Con- test where they won three first divisions. Indixiduals were aeeepted into the Region III Texas Music Asso- eiation All-Region Band and Jill Johannson, senior, achieved the highest attainable honor of a high school student when she made the All-State Band. She and six others were ehosen for the East Texas State All-Senior Honor Band. At the UIL Solo and Ensemble Con- test. North Mesquite took forty- eight first divisions and sixty-eight seeond divisions. ln March, the band attended the UIL Concert Band Contest. They traveled to Corpus Christi for Bueeaneer Days Band Festival in April. Band 25 4 ii fix Y I A l , f - .jrfwg , 5 k N I ,fr ,,. . J 1, t pw 2 4 , .xi 5 . Q '.." " -,.."B ' ffgifpi .' 51 .-11-9'-zrfifiifff-L '?i5'5f'.' 'f The Littlc- Bluv Band attenclvd thc- Concert and Sight- rvading Contvst and the Solo and Ensemble Contest in February and won seven lst ratings. The Little Blue entertained family and friends with six concerts throughout the yi-ar, marvhing at all frifshmen football gamvs and participating in the Rode-o Parade. Pit-turml above- arv the Majort-ttf-S. They are: De-bbie B0sti1'k.T1-rri lVl1'Cain and Tracy Robertson. 26 Band Pictured llelow Campbell, and Majorettes, Bands Liven Crowds art' the 1978-79 Majoreltrs. Ann Cut-Ilo. Ly:-nfla Pollard, Linda Brown, Dehhie Birdsong. Sabrina X MAMA The Stage Band members are pictured helow. This year's festivities for the Stage Band include the Mountain View jazz Festival, DECA Conven- tion performance and Pop Show assembly. At contest, these students made All-Region Band: Paul Murray. Susan Witt, ,lay Ellis. Tim Cnader, and Jill Johanssen. Also pictured is Director John Kline. idnajg --uni ,g-ali' 'T Band 27 M, 'Yj nx V I ,avg 'x W w'Wf"' M Q fx ff'f"K'WTg:ww.,,x ' 1 W Q X . 1! Vwrwmrlmrmwj B Q wx . wg 1 fig W5"'f 'uf J , f wg: I A w 4 ?"HfJL N A IM' U if ya! ' , 1 Y V ,nw J ' W ,N K H ' J Affflafy .L 'Mi MQ, wr., 'Hg , - X 10W -'M K 9 . Y ef- x 1 33 T. N-ml. V k l :Q , 7 4 4451 .. , gf, mu, af heerleaders Cheer Stallion Supporters .0 I lg This ye-ark Junior Varsity Che-vrlc-ads-rs are-1 front row: Lcslif- Cospc-r, Toni Wesley, Teresa Axton, and Sherry Jenkins. back row: D1-viiia Mm-Carty. Cindy Gideon. Laura White, and Greta Dewolfv. --ii NMS i x Freshman Cheerleaders are: from mum' Sandra Beard, Paula Bunyard, and Laura Odom. back row: Vickie Hodnett, Julie Collett, Beth Hughes, Dena Crawford and Lana Barika. 30 Ch1'f'rlf'r1rIf'rs J X01-la I .ms 'S+ I Stu dent Life 31 L 79 Sports Season e+35i 'L T ...ae iw., A A - ., C. ...-,.-,.,g.- U 2 1 , . Q. 'A .pi Q -Y V 'A tx..- A gk -,X M Ax. , E ese i ? e , V. N W yix H '1'1 . Vkxxi Q . ,DZZ 5,6 y , fx' ax e ' n4 , ur v - HN f,, 'J a 'ef-f it iii if-1,-.ttf The T978-T9 Paeesetters yyork long. hard hours learning military. and kiek routines to give their best performanees at pep rallies. foot- ball and basketball games. At Kilgore College Drill Team Camp. the Paeesetters won lst divi- sion in Highkiek. A favorite assembly for the student body is when the Paeesetters put on their annual Stage Show. This pro- vides funds for the banquet in the spring. This year's offieers are: Captain Michele Molina: Co-Captain Stepha- nie Newman. Lieutenant Kelly Penny: Lieutenant Donna Lankford. and Lieutenant Melissa Maedgen. Senior Paeesetters are: Shelley Bukosbe, Cheryl Carter. DeAnn Chi- senhall. Karla Conover, Tammy Dan- iels. Deanna Dayid. Nancy Gibson. Lynn Golding. Brenda laekson. Christy Jones. D'awn Jordan, Robin Kouns, Connie Mitehell. Pam Mor- ris. Tonya Morris. Kim Nolen. Dianna Pearee. Lanette Porter. Thomas. Cindy Vandergriff. Susan Yanhoozer. Junior Pacesetters are: Debbie Allen. Cindy Bowen, Valerie Braddock. Carrie Burton. Deanna Calhoun. Jill Champion. Tina Cook. Stephanie DeRusha. Karen Duek- worth. Deanna Embrey. Belinda Epps. Melinda Epps. Susan Franks. Traey Furrh. joan Gibson. Maria Gonzales. Penny Green. Stephanie Henry. Lori Holland. Vieki Holland. Donna jones. Yiekie Limmer. Marla Liehnousky. Stephanie Metheney. Dianne Miller. Kim Mullins. Debbie Redisine. Joanna Rose. Terri Sa-hriexer. Laura Simmons. Terri Tuttle. Bevky Wallaee. Miehele White. Dian n Wilson. Linda Winner. Drill Team 33 JV Drill Perfect Kicks, Routines ,A if Y YQ T, I K at W" ',g..gg5,,s..gfm mfiffligi .Www ff . A f-W' '7'i'4, I ..W,-.,., it ' xii ffl fi fi I1 if 1 i Q K 1' .. i ... 5 iie . , f. i -f.- 4.i . i . . i i.. C. .i w ., as iiliii M , t ifi' A V' M 'J ,, M- .1-.Q L ' Thi war the unior lar itx Drill Tiam pt rformmd at two X foot liall gain: and on: lia ltftliall gann Thi 2nd ptriod mfmlifr are front rovs Ptnnx Adam Kathi Nliilho ron Carl Burch lisa Dans Lisa Huffman. Vit-ki Holman. Liri Ris.. Tina Mashliurn. Delira Nalierhaus. Jana Cagle. Sherry Ru 1. Donna Costner. Terri Mr-Clure, Cinmy Bunyard. Jeanna lVlullin.'. eeond rom: Cheryl Mulho and. Sharon johnson. .udy Conyavs. Su an Hughe.. Donna Willi., Lisa ienlierri. udi Sipe. e i iie vin. u ie Bren. ter. Ami Hin on. I inie i and. T1-re.a Lema ter. Li a Yorlt. Leanne L'nqui. . t i row Rhonda Stephen. . Candi Moore. ,Iill Wood. Linda Muxiek. Sheri Ti e. Slieryl Coodwin. Lira Nloon. D1-liliie fvlarion. ,lami Beggiato, Bretta Rude. Linda Hauge. Julie Harmerth. Andrea Stalleup. Martha lVleKinnex. Lana fVleMillan. Sixth Period rnemliers are: front rom: Tram-ie Brown. Lori Sink. Reg- ina Warren. Diane Horton, ,loann Smith. Darlene Owen. Shelley Daiis. Terri Norris. Lori Bannieter. Rollin Wolfgang. Danna Hardi- son. Traey Nolen. seeond row Lisa Sadler. Sue Sloan. Lisa Atwood, Dana Nelson. Marla Tailor. Kathy Cali:-rt. :Xlieia Ellis. Nan:-5 Buetel. Sulaniie Kelleher. Lura Brown. Kai White. Mary Futrell. third row Pain Nlorris. Renee Sanford. Nlelanie Hall, Dara Mallet. Rhonda Fer- gu-on. julie Adainf. Li-elie Mais. Terri Pool. julie Tliornliurg. Mela- nie Yextal. Sheri Ewing. Andrea Antlioni, 34 Drill JV Drill instruetors are: front row: Kim Nolen. Tonya Morris. Cheryl Carter. seeond row: Brenda Jackson. Lynn Golding. Naney Gilison. 78-79 R.O.T.C Boys Taeties Team for this year include: .lames Tyson. Mike Smith, Gerry Seoggins. Chris Settle. Ernest Floor. Riehard Neely. Mike Flowe. Daxid Aldrieh. Dennis Lauder- dale. Robert Burrows. Paul Sulixan. Larry Hampton. Mike Aulds. Jeff fVleHargue. Glen Leonard. Ken Ureste. Deric Tolleson. Members of the Color Guard inelude Ernest Floor. Sherry West. ,lor-Xnn lssar arelli: Lisa Bolz. Charles Potter. Thm Color Guard for this year has earried tht flags for the eeremony before eueh foot- hull game with great pride. Girls Taeties Team for this year inelude: Crystal MeClammy. Lisa Boll. Karin fVleGowan. Heidi Wilson. Sher- rie West. Lori Gourly, Joann lzzarelli. Donna Raburn. Ann Rome. I Members of the Rifle Team include: kneeling are Gary Callaway, Alan Bos- tiek, Karin MeGowan. standing are John Taylor. Brenda Pate, Mike Aulds. The mixed Rifle team has placed in numer- ous rifle eompetitions. which have been both in and out of state. R. O. T C. 35 , 1 11 M, ,QE A is Si 3 A 1, F4 , , S V, if ff 4 A4 y '+ Q.. t fe faq In 'E-1" 2 G 1 1 X Ng "Ig E 1 I 1 ,A 71' 1 'i! fr, is ff W Q' tj , 1 Q f' ' i Ky ' V 2 ff TM P ?" in Hu, 1 ' 1' 4 1 1 T 1 5 'W 'fix Q fx .K "A" Company For this year include: Mike Aaulds. Kevin Murphy. Chris Settles, Greg Hanna, Tim Dixon, David Aldrieh, Gary' Moore, Ken Ureste, Glen Leonard, Mike Smith. Lori Gourly, Cynthia Pavlov. Deborah Tyler, Miehelle Clem- ons. Ann Rome, Crystal Mc'Clam my . Steve Wade, Alan Bostick. Kevin Lindsey, Greg York. orth Mesquiteas R.O.T.C. is 38 R.O.TC. xi. . The Drum and Bugle Band inelude: Mark Wil- liams, Mike Cassidy, Steve Poole, Charlotte Mays, Bryan Lynch, and Erie Grudleman. The band is directed by Shelly Lantrip and under command of Steve Poole. The band will perform at the upcoming Annual Federal Inspec- tion. S M.. Members for "Bi, Com- pany this year include: Lisa Bolz, Ja-lene Elliott, Davie Fletcher, Malcom Hallmark, Greg Edwards. James Ditt- man. Aaron Richardson, David Wright, Jimmy Tyson. Chris Luttrell, Holbert Bites, Joss Streetman. Gary Callo- way. John Salter, Robert Koger. Greg Stogsdill, Randy' Hall, David Van- Schaiek, Bobby Wil- liams. Billy Goree. Companies March on. "C" Company for this year inelude: Ronald Reynolds, Norman Johnson, Derie Tolleson, Heidi Wilson, Terry Cole, Rhonda Arnett, Seott Adams, Jerry Lewis, Freddy Brown, Ernest Floor. ,loe Stephens, Jeff Miller. Alvin Smith, Billy Campbell, James Harris, Cary Yarbrough. "B" Company for this year inelude: Hope Weatherly, .lohn Cermer, Sherry West, Donna Smith, Karin McGowan, Paul Sullivan, Riehard Neely. Robert Bur- ross, jerry Seoggins, Bruce Ray mond, Rocky Haddock, Charles Potter, Dennis Lau- derdale. Jeff McHargue. Members for "D" Com- pany this year are: Alan Hulen, Larry Hampton, Donna Raburn, Danny Ciesler, Steven Cantrell, Samuel Evertt, James Core, Alan Powell, Billy Raburn, Delmart Stover, Ronald Allred, Maynard Reneau, Brad Smith, Susan Stewart, Donald Floyd. R.0.TC. 39 Blue Brigade Designs Brighten , - qi ,iV. We ..,,.i W ,X 1 l Till- 1978-70 iz: pzirl nl loolluiill gaiiivs iiiifl show Mighty Slzillimi Spirit. 'l'h4-5 rliil ai grail juli this if-iii' lm' liiill-limi' l'llll'I'lLllllIIH'lll. lhi- vlfmii iiml NM are vxziiiiplvs of what ligirnl xwrl-4 Llllll 1-lfurl liriiig. Oflivi-rf this xi-:ir Lire: l,FfFlflt'lIl. lmri BLIIIIIIHIOFQ live'-l'rr-sifll nl. .liiflx Sip:-1 S1-vrc-lzirx. Ai14lr4'q1St11ll1' Ill lffur' Brigurlz' lll'BI'lgIE1fll' plays ii big . 1 w l "ed--Vu V-W q Y -, .J W , sg l Football Half-time Action K w Offifer. arm. Lori Ri Q Trdry Nolan, Dana Nelson, Robin Wolfgang, Amy Hinton. Tina Mashhurn, Lf-Anno Linquist, Shvri Ewing. Mvlanif' Vs-Stal, Julie Thornburg. Debbie- Marion. Mar- tha M4'Kinm-5, Sufi Sloan. .lima Caglv, Lisa Davis, Cari Burch, Cindy Bunyard, Susan Hughvs, Andrea Anthony, Julio Harworth. Bri-Ita Rudv, Linda Caugm-, Rhonda Fvrguson, Judy Conyaw, Andrva Stallvup, Lori Bunnistvr, Judy Silw' Blur' Brigmlf' JI s , 9' li it The Pony Express Newsmakers a ml Sponsor janet Jones try to gr-x of Editor Booker. The Pony Express Staff works very hard throughout the year trying to meet their deadlines, yet supplying the student body with an excellent paper. They have received such awards as lst division All Texas rat' ing in the state, from the Texas High School Press Assoc. and Award of Avhievcment 2nd division in the ILPC state contest. Nathan Graham, sports editor, won 3rd place in Sports and Editorials in THSPA contest. Sports Staff flrji' in righll Greg -I2 Nrltwpzzper LUN Choate. Advertising Dirt-vtor ing to vavh other. and Tern' Btles doing what for a Decade Tw X To see the news staff together and happy is really news. flefi to rightj Gary Wilson, Evelyn Bauer, Jeff Criswell and Cyndi Cook. Sports Editor. Nathan Graham with his mouth open as Qual now where is his foot? Editors Adrian Booker and Evelyn Bauer at each others necks, as usual. Lisa Means, Ray Willard, Kaye Petty, and Dawn IYIIHUIC. ii A' gk 'IE take a relaxing The Staff Includes: Editors: Evelyn Bauer, Adrian Booker Assoriatf' Editors: Nathan Graham, Cyndi Cook Staff Writers: Edward Choate, John Johnson, Cary Wilson, Kaye Petty, ' Cary Nolan, Dawn McClellan Photographer: Lisa Means Adu-rtising Directors: Joy Swith, Terry Biles Prorlurtions: Ray Willard Scott Norris Sponsorzjanet Jones Are they really angels? It's questionable! fleh to right! Evelyn Bauer, Nathan Graham. Cyndi C00ks Adrian Booker and Dawn McClellan. Newspaper 43 4-I Dramas ' e Stu The Thespians began a terrific year for the Drama Department with the Fall production, "They'd Hang You In Nashvillef, The students, act- ing abilities proved to be at their peak in the popular musical, "Oklahomaln They displayed their talent in the Childre-n's Theater Pro- duetions with "The Happy Scarecrow" for grades 1-3 and "The Gift of Loven for grades 4-6. At U.I.L. Contest they performed the play "Slave With Two Faeesf, They attended the U.I.L. District Meet in Lakeview. D This year's Christmas one-act plays were at Town East Mall. They were "Gift For Baby New Year" and "The Runaway Toys." They also performed a Childrerfs hour at Mesquite Public Library. The students went to East Texas State for one-act productions. upper middle: Cynthia Meilowan and Rusty Reese in 4, a scene from-"The Happy Scarecrow." upper ziighL:tL0ri Q Vanna Way, plays hard-tobget as Curly Q David Cdoklsingst "Surrey 'WithiThe'l7ringe On Top" to'Aunt Eller fJJCHDif0!f Adamsj. middle: Doug Starkey, it Steve Canze, Jennifer Adanis, and Ilustyiilleese iii "T1fhey?gd Hang Youglln Nashyjlleigi' lqy:er,Left::,tLi.53y W p York, Debbie Byrd, Anna Pina and Julie Brewster- ' infan "'Oklahoma" siieneg lower right."Steve Gauze mini 1 Strangles Mike Myer ina violentyseene from 'islave With Two Faces." ii ii H T T , as lil Display Mak? Council Makes Achievements for tudents xf, lnvolxcmcnl and tlcrlication tlcscrilic thc 1979 Student Council. The Champions Ant-inlily. thc Slawc Auction, and Tcachcr of thc Ycar Contcst wcrc only part of this ycar's work. The council sponsorcd thc Wadlcy Blood Driwc, thc Parkland Bloofl Drivc. cscortccl thc Soulhcrn Association Evaluation T4-am. provimlcrl rclrcshincntw for thc Tcachcrs' Fall-in-Scrvicc and prcparcfl thc lunchcon :luring Public School Wcck. Offi- ccrs arc: Prcsirlcnt. Patricia Kamps: Vicc-President, Ralph Darnell: and Sccrr-tary-Trvasurcr. David Hargrove. J 46 Stu dent Council 'F I 1 f A 1' Q ,. s- 35: . .. rf., , w 3 ,. My , Q M , , :I .M-, .. .Q ' , ' f,gt,,3 -1 I G 1 , 1 , 1 4 ' 2 . L I ' A J A as Students Set Goals for High fades M i " i I Tigl I The National Honor Soeiety lop is an honor reeeixed hy many junior and senior students who eu-ell in their studies. The National jun- ior Honor Soeiety middle eonsists ofthe sopho- mores and freshmen who strixe for higher grades. 1 Students show their typing expertise in Mrs. Watsonk Ty ping II elass. Honors 47 gf i i ,,,,, Al 1 .1 4. ,, X 1 . Q ? fast 4 -V ww f mu .y 1- mf 141,- 41 E 4 who W ?'g3f'rf err WV , 1 521, ,. - J tg, I yw I 2' Ag gi, , N 35 . f-.1 fig, , , ' if :gtk .iii . l ' 4' I, 'xt . ' 1, A Q H. far DECA's events include the Leadership Conference. Area H DECA Conte-ste. and State DECA Contests in Ft. Worth. Candy-selling to the many chocolate- hungry students served as the money raising project for Contests. Offi- eers are President. .lay Cogswell: Vice-Presi- dent, Glen Cogswell: Secretary. Cindy Lanras- ter: Treasurer. Cindy Cray: Parliarnentarian. Stephanie Crofford. His- torian. Danyellc- Cann, Debbie Ansl. J-fi helix The Vocational Opportunity Clubs of Texas officers this year are: President, Keri Metcalfg Vice-President, Jennifer Etheredge: Secretary, Jeff Massey: Treaslirer, Guy Nesbitg Reporter, Barbara Cagle: and Sergeant at Arms, Tony Bonhams. r re Teacher of the Year The Teacher of the Year is Coach Terry Kinard. In a school-wide vote by the students, Terry Kinard was selected to this honor. Coach Kinard was an All- State Quarterback for La Mesa and played in the All Star game. He also played football for San Angelo University. Previous teaching experience includes three years at Baylor, the university from which he graduated and, more recently, two years at Plainview. Mr. Kinard teaches biology in addition to his coaching duties. He is married and has a daughter. 'fzf ' s if Drafting Classes I and II 'fs J ' 'T.I1lLi-F-if 'bf is Building Trades I and H j Lei I Urganizaligng 'wwf , ,ff 4- , 5 EA V ' is ' - ' " ,, , , 1. mg af I f V'-4? ,,.,,,, , , , . f, , . ,. ,MQW an , fmf 6 'W W f 'W gf. W mv ' - 4 Q M.. vw..- 'f V ,,l, ,Q if Q1 M. ,..,.W..-.MW-Q 52 Photos 'f ,.m.,, . ff KWH, , Siudenfs learn rhe ropes. Joannah Rodriqez gels rhe hang of ii. Cosmelology This year's Cosmefology sfudenfs parficipafed in many acfivifies such as +he cui'-a-Thons for Muscular Dys+rophy. They raised S250 fo make a donafion for ihe S+. Jude's Childrens Cancer Hospifal. This club was voied +he Ouisianding VICA club in ihe Area and runner-up for Ouisfanding Club in fhe sfaie. This organizaiion confains many falenied sfudenfs who can, fhrough fhis program, obfain a license. Bonnie Bishop was vofed Ou+s+anding VICA sfudenl and was awarded +he AFL-CIO scholarship. Debbie Wilkinson was named Who's Who in High School Sfuclenfs in America Kim McCrummen was 'rhe designer of fhe Nafional VICA flag. sae, r ry Kim Mccrummen explains roll-up. 99 V Wi Q if six Cosmelology siudenfs are: lfroni' rowl Lori Doclfins, Janah Talley, Carol lv1cClung, Gena Recior, Lisa Beavers, Vicki King, lback rowj lxinn ivlccrummen, Denise McCain, Jan Wood, Twila Ferguson, Nelra Ryan, Mary Smilh, lnoi' shownl Cryslal Crillenden, Joannah Rodriguez, Kim Cosllow, Kim Hill and Jolynn Keel. 0,ga,,iz,m,,,,s 53 Woods and Water, Science Clubs Enjo Year Thi- Sviviiwe- fiiluh lin-ned up some homeroom Classes with a show this year to increase student interest in the svie-nm-s. The club ai uuiuhn-rof partir-s.'l'h4-offi4'4-rs1ir1': Pri-sidvnt. Stew-n Wise: Vim--Prc'sident, Lisa Hall: and John Nivholsou. Sm'rr'tary. SUZUY r 'E r 1 Q .ig P4 i 'lil' Thi- Woods and Wiatvr Club had many avtiyilies this year. Thi-y cornpeted with other area svhools in skilled outdoor activity are some of thi- vategmrii-S that awards were given for: arvhi-ry. vanoc-, obstarle vourse, and vompass. The-y enjoyed country fun varnping out. a hiiyridv. and a Bar-B-Q. Dvhra Wildtfr, Jeff Benford, Travis M1-azell and Mike' Hanus are offivvrs this yt-ar. 5,1 0fl!1llll'Zllffl1H.Y E Industrial Students Achieve Success '5-. WW ini i'f'fw-'Y A kai 'V' . Mr. Phillips, TIASA Auto Paint and Body and Machine Shops I Q a n Ig HQ: 3 ,, W V I A G" 'Q vi. ', gf . ' "saw 1 ,f ,n fi a",,1,,,f 5, 1 in 'rw 3 ht, I A f ' 'ii W ' s. rf! 1 Y'1V.iSrJ,?,+ f W'f- V H - Auto Mechanics I and H 0,g,,,,iz,,,i,, 55 FI-BX Members Learn Home Miss White ,s FHA LSL! 'ui Mrs. McD0n,ald's FHA Mrs. Taylors FHA 22. 'Q 4 :Ni Q' aff' 'R gin, Q.-mv' l' 1'- K 3I13gCII16 Skills f Mrs. Pratefs FHA Mrs. Allrecfs FHA 1 M 1 Q-mi Mrs. Chapelfs FHA 4 T? A if FHA embers Have Successful Year The FHA classes attended the Area 5 Meeting at Denton. ln April, they represented NM at the FHA State Meeting at Ft. Worth. Social activities included the fall picnic, a Christmas Banquet, and the Spring Awards Banquet. Service activities included one of the best spirit-ori- ented projects at NM when the FHA sponsored the parachute event at the NMHS vs. MHS game. The FHA Council coordinates all these activi- ties and made sure everyone had a good time. Co-Presidents are Sherri Wisdom and Tammy Morrisg Vice-President, Karen Elkinsg Secre- tary, Nancy Millerg Treasurer, Pam Morrisg and George Giatrakis, Parliamentarian. Pictured below is Mrs. Tonroy's FHA, and Mrs. Birdsong's FHA. ""?" 170001, if K The FHA officers worked hard this year to provide a growing organization with a great time. 58 Orgunizulions s i l i l I Luncheons, Parties Dominate Activities Social events for the OEA included the Employer-Employee Luncheon, Christmas dinner and an end-of-school break- fast. Each member has a Secret Pal from whom they receive gifts for special events and holidays during the year. Officers are: President, Lisa Codfreyg Vice-President, Pam Wood, Secretary, Alesia Pyeg Historian, Donna Staddler, Parliamenta- rian, Sandy Lewis. i S l if i,ot. , f t 5 vi it " M Q. 1-A , ,,-' i f ,, N ' L S' -- N. an fi., Q -.1 -salifiaig f i f" HECE students expressed their thanks to their bosses with the Employer Appreciation Luncheon held at the Hyatt Regency. Candy sales served as the funding for organization meetings, the senior scholarship, and a gift to the department. Officers are: President, George Giatrakis, Secretaryfllreasurer, Cathleen Janeckag Scrap Book, Mark Haynes and Janice Pelter. OEAXHECE 59 French Club HasSav0ir-Faire The French Club has had various activities through the year. The students had an intense culture study in classes. Mrs. Dugan teaches French I Imiddlej and Mrs. Attaway flower! teaches the advanced classes, Members on, the council are: Tracy Rader, Met Inmon Pat Kamps, Becky Perkins, Alicia Southall, Lucinda Gonzales, Shari Leathers, Becky Wallace, and Julie Adams and Chau Vu. Club mistad Active Year Round 'lhe Club Amistad was busy this year with activities which included a fall picnic, and an ice skating party. The traditional Christmas party, Valentine's party, and banquet were successful. The club also attended a soccer game, and visited many Mexican restaurants and movies. The club participated in The National Spanish Contest sponsored by the American Association of teachers of Spanish and Protuguese. Spanish I had a lst place winner and in Spanish 2 and 3, was a second place winner. Officers are: Lupe Lopez, Presidentg Andy Barefield, Vice-Presidentg Irma Sanchez, Secretary, Kayle Williams, Treasurerg Program Chairman, Salvador Lopezg Keith Hop- kins, Social Chairman. miszad 61 Latin lub Held State Convention The Latin Club hosted the Latin State Convention this year at NM. Tests were given throughout the school and were taken by 1,500 stu- dents from seventy-five schools. Professors from UT, UTD, NTSU, Austin, and the Foreign Language Coordinator of Texas Education Agency attended. After the events of the day, students went to a sock-hop in the gym. An awards assembly was held the following day. A paper drive was the money-making project for such things as the Halloween costume party, a Christmas covered-dish supper, and the banquet at Granny's Dinner Playhouse. They also had their annual Carnation sale at Valentine's Day. Mrs. Wilson said, "Students worked very hard, played hard, and we all had a good time." Officers are President, Rico Rossig Vice-President, Adam Hudsong Treasurer, Danny Naberhausg Secretary, Tammy Danielsg and Histo- rian, Sheri Stewart. Convention Coordinators were Gail Wohlschlae- ger and Tammy Fleming. 62 Lazin "ts I' 'Fu Am-.W QW .ffpu Sandi Green and Tina Stewart deliver carnations to students. Students Enjoy Parties, utings ff' l if f s f 453 l , 1 The Slide Rule Team did some exceptional work for this year at Sherman Math Contest and Boswell Mathematics Tournament. They also went to UIL District Competition. Sponsor: Miss Connie Vinson The Number Sense Team went to Dangerfield Math Tournament, Sherman and Boswell Tourna- ments this year. Together, North Mesquite's Slide Rule and Number Sense received the first place team trophy at Boswell. Sponsor: Mrs. Judy Hopkins I 223-P 5 ' 2 ' A Q-h, N 1,-221 . f - at ' 1 ' 'V' fr. Q ..:. .1 4-1-5.13 i f ' 71... .. r " TS M. -Q X" f t s v- Q i Tia' S' 'K N R 'N 1. . ? ',W. 'N' i J . Ka Q ' . I ICH The German Club visited different places around the Dallas area that had something connected with the German culture such as horseback riding, concerts, ice skating, and Christmas parties. Sponsor: Mr. Richard Ehrig. Organizations 63 tudents Indulge in the Arts The International Thespian Society attended the State Convention in San Antonio. They did some other interesting things during the year. A picnic, a Halloween party and an Awards Banquet were part of the fun. They also had a Sweetheart Banquet where Tammy Daniels and Ralph Darnell were announced Sweetheart and Beau of 1979. Officers: President, Tammy Danielsg Secretary, Lisa Steppg Treasurer, Cynthia McGowan and Historian, Adrian Booker. The Art Club showed support for the Stallions with colorful spirit posters in the gym and halls. Stage sets for "They'd Hang You Nashville" and back drops for "Oklahoma" were made by the students. The club visited museums and exhibits including "P 79AD". The Art Banquet was held in March at the Country Dinner Playhouse. 64 ArtfDrama Forensic Leagues Debate Issues W gh.- W N5 5. . .. L- -..sat 40" -..Ml 'T sk.. A'42A The National Forensie League fmiddlej and the North Mesquite Forensie League fuppf-rj activities are as follows. Texas Forensie Assoeiation met at Irv- ing High, Jesuit College Prep. lrx ing Mat-Arthur, and JJ Pearee. Numerous trophies in debate. prose and impromptu were reeeiied ln North Mesquite. A sweepstakes was won at Pearee, Chandleir's Landing was the setting: forthe speeeli and drama banquet. Offieers are: flozrerj President. Tammy Daniels: Vice-President. Chuek Mansfield: Setzretary. Sandy Lewisg Treasurer, Cindy Candy: Historian. Brad Col- lard: Sergeant at Arms, Alex Thornburg. Debale 6 Devoted Students Help Faculty ?'iQ"9'5t'? 52? The office workers devote their time to helping out the faculty with such tasks as picking up slips and hunting down hard-to-find students. gaych The librarians are Cheryl Powell, Lisa Moore, Debbie Ingram, Fawaz Ismail, Diane Swinney, Elesia Turner, Stephanie Henry, Miss Morgan, Barbara Overbey, Mrs. Peace, Danna Hardison, Ronna Heard, Kim Mabry, Joni Bailey, Cathleen Janecka, Melinda Keylon, Jill Adams and Joel Bu rchett. 66 Organizations tudents Prove Versatile Talents rg, C5525 Wanda Villerreal and Mr. Bench Qsponsorl getting the job done. lllnunm r ,r Y. K ina. .Q-U11 was Vw , r. - ,.e 55"'fe :+A fu if 5 4 " N 3 , , f .. . Sheri Wisdom proudly poses with her prize winner as 5 neri . " .,.., :mt 'Y The FFA held many Livestock Shows throughout Texas. They also went to District III Parliamentary Pro- cedure Contest and placed 3rd in Creenhands and 4-th in Chapter Farmers. They attended the Area V Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Judging. They also sold candy and fruit and learned methods for buying and selling cattle. Officers this year are Wanda Villarreal, Presidentg Paul Nichols, Vice-Presidentg Tim Gaylon, Secretaryg Brend McFatridge, Treasurerg Doug Dunn, Reporterg Britt Johnson, Sentinelg Mike Hervey, Acting Advisor. Organizations 67 FCA embers Make ew Friends The Girls, FCA had many fund raising projects to attend the summer conference. Their activities included, Mid-Winter Breakaway at Mount Lebanon in February and the Third Annual Dogpatch Olympics. In April, they went to a junior high retreat. The year rounded off with the First Annual FCA Banquet in April. Officers are: Presidents Tracy Furrh, Terri Schriewerg Vice-President, Carrie Burtong Secretary, Linda Winnerg Treasurer, Carla Conoverg Reporters Liz Halliday and Karen Nelson. The Boys' FCA attended the National Conference in the summer of ,78 at Estes Park in Colorado. One of the activities they were involved in was cooking pancakes for breakfast at the State Latin Club Convention. They also sponsored the con- cert, "Jerusalem on the Brazos,". Officers are: President, Alex Thornburgg Vice-President, Steve Thornburgg Vice-President, Steve Braggg Treasurer, Ricky Foxg Secretary, Mark Thomp- son. 68 FCA Jllubza mafia Is a First at NM usa Gaar, Jane Bynum and Lisa Moore taking it easy after a Jud Smith, Gene Axtell, Brian Alfertig, and Mrs. Dennis rue great task. fully rellect on memories. Lisa Hall, Pat Kamps, Gail Wohlschlaeger and Nancy Hauge take a break from work. idx Susan McCutchen and Janet Adams proudly show 516114 fzaalw, Mr. Ron Taylor and Mrs. Lavonne Dennis are the sponsors. This was the first year that NM has had a literary magazine. Stu- dents showed their enthusiasm by making a total of 300 contributions. Nostra Creatio consists of 36 pages with poetry, essays, art, pho- tography and short stories. It proved to be a great success with over 4400 copies sold. The sponsors intend to submit it to UIL and Texas High School Press Competition. Literary Magazine 69 Annual Slall Blazes a Trail Through Dallas wytf gf J Q filwigi va l :-ez E ..lx1 i Q v- A' li ' 1' ll. F luuu r 1 k 'wi l l km S 3-i X 1 7 - J, ww ,X Lucinda Gonzales liuniorl pref- ers Jrhe wind on her lace. Demaris Ravelo liuniorl sifs serenely by 'rhe flowers. Kevin Ashmore lseniorl ,lakes a res+ a+ a gazebo alfer raking plcrures. A 'Y ig, ' .Ji Jeanne Woodruff lsophomore is lcnown To monlcey around. l i Marfha Molley liuniorl is caught displaying her vanity. Mr. Ron Taylor fsponsorl lets the Alaskan Huskies in on the un. gq As well as pulling many hours of work in the annual room, the Trailblazer Staff went on outings - a day at Reunion Tower with the favorites, lunch at 94th Aerosquadron and European Crossroads to take pictures. At the SMU High School Journalism Workshop, Cindy Morris made a layout which won in the Best Layout category. Cindy Nolley liuniorl proves 'ro be a modern-day Juliet. Sharon McGowan Qsophomorel shows that she had a good time at 911-th Aero- squadron. Diana Samuels Qsopho- morel embraces a' cuddly friend at Farrell's. Competition ff sw, NM 48 71 61 55 60 49 63. VMCSQUIIC L 4 N. Garland Lakvview Corsicana Wilmer-Hutchins S. Garland Garland BOYS 47 4 54 40 49 30 50 45 NM 1V,, 5.93. ',,,z 59 ifNfUaf1hn2i Lakevihwifif Wilmer-Hutcfungu S. Gariancf' Garland Mesquiteu "1' NM V 1 t 1,, 11,, L. ,1, to Vk,. ,:4E,,, 11, , ,ig ' f -x , ,W'z:,wfez ,, W -f.,L, . , QW' , , 4 GIRLS 7 -9' -W V iff- Qu: ,xi V Q ,1. ,i l, ,mm,, 2 iii ? Z Gi! rland Wilmii-I S Carla . I t Garland Mesquite N. Garlami Lakeview L S' Q th Wizimer 6 Garland 4 TRACK 1 i Plano Meet 1 Adamson Relays District Mvift 1 Garland 2 North Garland 3 North Mesquite 4 Mesq uite .Sf Sunset uncanville Mesquite L 73 Mesquite Samuell Mesquite 0 mryan 1 tskyiine '?LakeVihw 7' Corsicana 7' A gum Hutrhins Q19 53 i 7 ' .5 4 8 48 it G ,iff Aiiii N kiii J in 525 h tti 4 Boys N. Mesquite ittt iiit 9 7 . its S N. Mesquite 77 62 20 G 4 4 6 BASEBALL 4 I North Carla i 4 C0fSiC3gl8 32 6 '1Lakevi6'w ,EV ,A 1 6 . ,,i, V ,South Garland 6 "t"1i tfgqgfwilmer-Hutrrhins ' ttt 4 itti Mesquite T 2M t'Ndith Garland? 5 6 -Qflztlieview 10 Hwiilmqr-Hutchins V ogii 12 iicdiisioiina t2E,, 4 J '22 10 'fisoiiith Ga rlarid 11 6 Garland- 7 - S? 77 66 9 77 48 TEAM South Grarid 69 I V. 59 nw it. 9 District Lin. 5 g -X A .-12 .t,,.x,. lg.. 5 im , . fa .a-sf . : M STALLIONS HA E WINNING SEASON Top Right: Bobby Beard 1451 corrals a Cougar in the season opener. Bryan Adams defeated the Stal- lions 7-0. Above: Matt Marion C140 rambles for yardage against Sam Houston. North Mesquite won the game 21-7. Bottom Right: Alex Thornburg 1233 makes an interception while Bobby Beard 1453 heads downfield. The Stallions edged Skyline 15- 14. 1 i"'l1n.. . fw., 4 Q I' 1 ,::, ,'i.-7fi , H To : Bobby Beard 1451 brings down a P Raider as Mark Stoldt 1301 heads over to help. Left: Matt Marion Q44-1 scrambles for yardage against the Raiders. Bottom: The Stallions show their enthusiasm as 1121 Steve Gentry scores. North Mesquite defeated North Garland 26-141-. 5 , his f' 1 thu-1 P s 5. O 7' 1 , ig, " ,, 1 U if -:E a tallions Have Many Close Ones P' ,... 'Q B all Top: Ricky Zivney Q43j grabs a pass thrown by quarterback Steve Gentry 1121 as the Stallions defeated Corsicana 35-18. Bottom Left: Mark Stoldt 1301 picks off a Wilmer Hutchins pass while Bobby Beard heads downfield. The Eagles defeated the Stallions 19-7. Bottom Right: Ricky Zivney 1431 takes a handoff from quarterback Steve Gentry in the Corsicana game. 78 Football V, Q, Left: Ricky Zivney f43j storms away from the South Garland tack- les. North Mesquite barely lost the contest 21-19. Below: Matt Marion Q4-41 is tackled by a Garland player. The Owls edged the Stallions 8-7 in a highly spirited game. Nb- x . 3 x ' M it .ggi 1 fe, 5 liens-lin, sr l 5 ' J.: 1 - fm 5 EMQHU-X the Skeeters Top Left: The score- board shows the final out- come of the Mesquite- North Mesquite contest. Top Right: Allan Mur- ray f32l is pictured show- ing his enthusiasm after a Stallion touchdown against the Skeeters. Right: Ricky Zivney M31 scores another Stallion touchdown while Russ Roden 1261 and David Krause look on. 80 Football Varsity Shows Dedication - The 1978-79 Varsity Football plavers are Rau' I' Alan Murray, Mark Gideon, Alan Dailev, Andy Barefield, Tom Berk, Russ Roden, Matt Marion, Pat Pilgrim, Willie Jones. Mike Barnes, Tim Mosley, Morris Fc-rgas0nRow 2: Bobby Beard, David Krause, Don Scoggins. Curtis Earheart, Bennie Poteet, Troy Gray, Randy Davis, Robert Fitzgerald, Cary Oualls, Tim Cook, Rous 3: Mike Mikulenka, Steve Gentry, Brian Stroud, Mark Thompson, Mike Phillips, Johnny Torres, Tim Spra- dling, Dave Taneo, Cary Spradling, Keith Adams, Steve Chittenden, Rout 4: David Hughes, Keith Wagner, lay Robertson, David Withrow, Curtis Smith, Alex Thornburg, Kraig Hopkins, Lance Cawley, Steve Sledge, David Gish, Row 5: David Moon, Ralph Darnell, Mark Lambert, Mike Harwerth, Kevin Lankford, Ricky Ziv ney. David Adams, Steve Bragg, Lynn Storey, Trent Mackey, Row 6: Tony Hcnery, Ricky Fox. The boys receiving all District honors this year were David Adams, Mike Barnes, Russ Roden, Randy Davis, Ralph Darnell, Bobby Beard, Mark Stoldt. vga A 'E -u-I 'N V ji i an 4' 'itll ' ' Matt Marion 114i anticipates the movement of the Mesquite defensive player Alan Murray 1323 slides past the Skeeter defense, being aPpm'3Cl"i'l his Football 81 The "B" Team had a record this year of 7-3. The team consists Rou' 1: Dale James. Barry Walker. Kyle Baird. Calvin Earp. Don Wilson. Buddy Burgess. Russell Dalton. Rau' 2: Miles Caton. Blake Foster. Bubba Newman. Rudy Hatheoek. Bill Edwards. Steve Whitworth. Rau' 3: Kevin jenkins. Mark Hol- loway. Barry Criffing. A. J. Beevar. Donnie Shipman. Max jordan. Keith Malone. Rou' 4: Kevin lund. Marc Maedgen. Mike Sanders. Russell Neeley. Mark Wilson. Danny Flores. Rona 5: Mark Cor- nelius, Robert Kennedy. Duane Thrasher. Carey Davis. Howard McGinnis. Todd Barnes. Rau' 6: Joel johannsen. Chris Weaver. Mare Coffman. Walter Hughey. 82 Football rid Brigades ,V . The ,IV Team had a reeord this year of 5-3. The members are Rou' 1: Ray Foster, Keith Bar- ron. Fawaz Ismail. Bud Cham- pion. Xavier Costillo. Duane Townsend. Jay Vandergriff. Rou- 2: Jim Wright. Bill Villa- fana. Steve Carter, Daniel Har- grove. Duane Wilcoxen. Gary Shuttleworth. Rau' 3: Jeff Tan- ton. Matt Chadwiek. Owen lnmon. Maek Hayes. David Grant. Glen Bishop, Bobby Rawls, Row 4: Scott Davis, Tim johnson. Kevin Couch, Larry Calmes, Andy Floyd. Ron McKee. Row 5: Ricky MeKee. David Lancaster, Phil Rochester. Stan Boler, Mark Cuzy. David Chance, Pat Power, Rau' 6: Landon Perry. Joe Duncan. Khalid Hamideh. 1- 4.9.5 The Frosh White team had a rt-ford of 7-3 this ye-ar. The members are- first rout Stephe-n Crowle-y. Jamf-s Allf-n ohn Harm-tt. Mike .J ' Peeple-s. .lame-s Jesse-e-. Gr:-g Smith. Jimmy' Dar- ne-ll, David Williams. Je-rry Duckworth. Danie-l Akins. Jay' Fullc-r. se-cond rout Cary Fishr-r, Ricky' Har- mon. Ronnie- Dale-. Brad Adams. .le-ff Pow-rs. Tim Tramme-Il. Pat Danir-ls. Mike- Hart. Robe-rt Lyons. third rout Ronal Norris. Jorge- Martin. Ky le- Fisher. Randy Patrirk. Randy Fos- te-r, Dana Ne-wsome-. John Cook. Jimmy Ballard. Tony Tramme-llfourth rout Ken- ne-th Musirk. .l0f'! Me'Cown. Brian Epps. Matt Nt-lson. ,lame-s Prove-nr'e'. Brian Essary. John Mark:-y. The- Frosh Blue- tvam had a final rt-1-ord of 5-4. The me-mbt-rs are-: first roun- Ks-vin Jacobs. Mike- Cuzy. Todd Ashmorr. Todd Kin- gre-y. Mare- Me-tvalf. Ed Vil- le-rre-al. David Haslt-y. Brian Alle-r. sefronrl rout Tony Woodward. Mike- Srott. Jr-sse Reynoso. Paul Beck. Doug Smith. Brad Forman. David Phillips. Cvrald Oliyvr. third mir: Paul Johnston. Mark Eaton. Greg By rd, Chris Tutt. Tommy Willard. Ke-nm-th Whitney. Robe-rt Hardin. Ray Mullefns. fourth faux' Troy Palme-r. Bobby Duke: Scott Foste-r. Doug Cook. Scott Luttrell. Robe-rt MvRe-ynolds. Brad Wright. fifth roux' Mike- Malnne-. Greg Attaway. Russe-ll Avke-r. 4 A if .l . 1. r f Y ag , 3: ' ' X' f ' f I , . Q "" ' .' I , J 7 i DL- " AL- , ' t ' . X -1 'a 'i , 'Q ' i J " fe -'il 1+ 1' "-21 4, " Q? nn E., ' . ' 'Q : 1 - 'K '3 J , 2 -, 3' V ,. V We Y y . '- Z ' ' " A " J is V l a . . ' l Freshmen Whitf- Football 8? r Coaches Set Goals 1 wc ' , X X D xr 11 'U' 4-v ,f -, f J Jun A ,is -ui I L x Nh, ff ' lin ji if, get l Vi ,- msg., 1 Tliif Ye-ark Varsity Football vozivlifis aro: From rout Jake Swann. Cary Childre-ss. Dennis Hari Bark roux' Claudo Tarwr. Terry liinarnl. Rofwr Sniilli. Sum Atwood. Coach Cllilrlrffss rf-flovls. MVVQ' won' wry ploasr-fl with thi- vfforl. flvrlivation. and iniprovv- F nivnt of lliis group of young nic-n." 'Huw' 'wwf H ff i "B" loam and JV Coavhcfs arf' Ken Trvpagnivr. Ron Chauvin, Gary llalluf . no!p1r'turf'1l.l211'li And:-rson 84 Clllllflllii 1 i Q Freshman team coavhos aref Ed Toogzood. Ben Rohm-rtson. and Loo john- son, Noi 'lll'1'lllff'l1.' .Ivff Adaniw ,,,...s-cv-v"""' As, Trainers Keep Teams Health The 1979 trainers have been involved in most of the sports at North Mesquite, not only boys but the girls also. Under the direetion of Coaeh and Trainer Dennis Hart, these very speeial students learn many skills and praetiee them regu- larly during official games and meets. The students participating in the athletic programs at North Mes- quite should all he very grateful to them. Pietured left above are the boys trainers. They are front row Cordon Porter, ,lay Fuller, back row Dennis Hart, Greg Downs, David Gish, and Ted Eastus. Pictured left below are the girls trainers. They are front rou' Laura Brown, Karen Wisdom, back row Cindy White, Cheryl Offutt, Carla Conover, and Debra Teague. Trainers Perfect Skills Trainers 85 -li i I Page 86 abou' heh: Perry Elliott 1103 mam-uw-rs the hall. top righl: Randy Low- ery soars high for two points against Car- laml as Richard Whitehead looks on. right: Randy Lowery shows good form on his free throw attempt against Wilmer Hutvhins. Page 87 lop IM: Jimmy Delarosa lights for the hall against an anxious Garland playa-r. 10,11 righl: Richard Whitehead eyes tht- haskct against Wilmr-r Hutvhins. bollom Ifwf Randy Lowery drives for the haslu-t against a patriot player while- Jimmy Delarosa watt-lios closr- by. 86 Baslmtball Varsity Shows lts Real Strength ,sw X i Q -L., " The Varsity team placed well in the District Stand- ings. Richard Whitehead was named to the third team All-Metro and first team All District, Rick Westfall and Randy Lowery were named to the sec- ond team All-District while Perry Elliott received W'-" honorable mention in the District. R I t 4 ff! I ' -"' , 2 1 ' " Basketball 87 WEP' 2 fs... if g M H ai WH? L 9 Q 9595? if , ' W1 U : ANNE '- ' 0- N Tw 'X-. ,Z xxx 2 , 5' Nxyfj' Q25 y, ,ff - N. A ff ' +4311--V AL, ,ff , . 5 A W1 in V -,W,1,.,gwmI' i 1 JH W Q 351 as 2 L W rf ' w. Q, v ,,.-.X ' 5 3, Q P: W..-fsq..,v,.f,,, , , QW ,1 "Y, if X ? 1' Wi 5 V . 'H AG fl! P1 mf: IEEE' ii tallions Show Teamwork i The North Mesquite Basketball teams showed great teamwork this season. They it could not have made it without their coaches' ,Tai help and experience. 2 yy, Left: JV coach, Murphy, Varsity Coach Ron . , Powell and Freshman coaeh Leo Johnson were if very proud of the teams' season overall. Var- ' sity' Coach Powell felt "Even though the team didn't achieve its primary' goal of a District if Championship. it did gain the respect and admiration of fans, players, coaches, and offi- cials throughout North Texas. This respect and admiration was duly' deserved, each young man contributed in some form or another in the recognition this team has received." gy, Wx, W From: Lek Lo Right Tony Simmons. Mark Powell, Stacy Morris, Tracy' Calverly, Juan Mendez, Brad Dunn. Back: Kevin Coldsberry. Trey Linville, Eddie Sehnurr, Kenny Browning. Mike Browning, Stew Barron, Mitch Nelson, Jody Schafer, Charlie Moss, Barry Thompson, Scott Bailey, Brian Fulenwider, 90 Baxlfetball Freshmen Gain Experience 1 The Freshman White Team had a revord of 14-10. The members of the White Team are-Hrs! rou-: Barney Parishfffraig Mvfflemorf-, Ralph Porter, Stanley Johnson. and Bobby Sherrard, serorul row: Dale Patterson, Steve Harwerth, Jeff Lester. Trey Stewart. Brian Essary, ,lay Fuller, The Freshman Blue Team had a record of 14-10. They won Consolation Trophys in the NM Tournament and the Highland Park Tour- nament, The Blue Team members are: Franz Row, Rudi Sauoedo, john Cook, Ronald Norris, Dan Maver. Greg Ingram. Jay Fuller. Bark Roug Mark Hall. James Prom-nee. Greg Attaway, ,lohn Mackey, Russell Aeker, Mike Malone. 'pg I-A -and . 40" 3 . 5 v gnll7w.,l 'C K 'la' C. s T Q... N' Q . Q f if . , , " if + I . X f' 5 3 Q Baslfeflnzll Page 91 Pip leh: Belinda Lawson struts her stuff. Top righl: Jodie Straughn goes up for the ball as Tina White looks on. Louter righi: Teresa Crooks captures the ball while Jodie Straughn watches in the baekground. Lower left: Tina White makes a quirk two points against Sunset while Stacy Rector looks on. Page 93 1 Top leh: Debbie Higginson soars high for two points. Center left: Tina Jackson goes up for the shot as Debbie Higginson looks on. Center right: Teresa Crooks at the freethrow line. Lower left: Top row 1 Jodie Straughn, Diana Samuels, Teresa Crooks, Patti Duckworth. Bottom Row - Terri Martin, Sally Muhl, Karla Ewing, take time out for a little fun. Below: Den- if .Q K any ,, k ise Cann shoots for two points. Basketball 93 irls Basketball Does Well The Varsity Basketball team finished second in District. losing only to Wilmer llutehins. The girls coaches, left, are Martha Rogers and Donna Capps. Coach Capps reflects "Sinee this was the first year for all girls basketball teams in the state to play the five player game, we consider this a transition year. The girls adapted well. We are beginning to learn the meaning of intensity and aggressiveness. This sea- sonls sueeess should instill the eonfidence needed to win the distrivt ehampionship next year." This year the out- standing defensive players was Stacy Rector. The out- standing offensixe player was Tina White. The xarsity basketball team. left lo righz, is Tina White, Belinda Lawson, Mary ,lo Straughan Debbie Higginson Thr rc sa Crooks D1 nise Cann Terri Tina Jackson, Melissa Jameson, Stat-y Rector, and Front - Coach Donna Capps The J.V. ts-am mvmhvrs arv bafk row - Coach Capps, Sally Muhl. Julie Callaway, Diana Samuels, Patti Duckworth, Ts-rvsa Barr, Coach Rogvns, Bottom rou- - Anne- Floyd, Susan Bac-r, Ramona Pruitt. and Tc-rri Martin. Julie Callaway rem-ivf-cl outstanding J.V. play er of the year. The fre-sh man girls arv bark ron' - K1-lly Higginson. Nanry Collins. Tammy Pie-ree. Kathy Cagv. Laura Pillow, Kari-n Stratman, Mivhellr- Ay:-rs. jill Gauge, Leah Cash. Front mu' - luliar Candy, Chr-ryl Ciddc-ns, Stephanif- Pattvrson, Cindy Halliday, Lisa Bochardt, Karvn Bvnnf-tt. Diana TCM. Bll.Ykf'II1llIl 90 VOLLEYBALL TAKES DISTRICT The nwinhc-ra of tht- team arvfront rout Dv':Xn Olson. Lana Mm'Nlillan. Darlvnv Owens. Marianna Molina. Kathy Cuppvrt. Edith lVl1'Cutt'hvn. Back rou'.'Mar1'Plla Hughey. Lori MClVlillan. Bvvky' Pruitt. Tf-am Effort Earns Distrivt The- girls yollvy ball team. foavhml hy Ruth Moroland. pulled 10095 vffort and hvvaine- distrivt champions. Coavh lVlorf'land. pirlurffrl right. was extrvnivly plcasvd. "Thf- oyerall svason was wry rc-warding to the girls and mysvlf. A voavh van only' do so muvh, then the playvrs haw to talu- it from tht-rf-. l had a wry intelligent group this yt-ar a tht-y' used thvir he-ads, thought out plays and most of all 1 workvd togvthvr. Volleyball is a game- mlivrc' all 6 play:-rs dc-pend on varrh othvr. Thr' unity' of team spirit and Pnthu- siafrn ht-ld togvtlwr this yvar. Thvy' we-rc a dvtefrntinvd group of athlotm-sf' l 96 Vulleyfzrzlf l Alecia MCCutf'hen fmanagerl Becky Moore fmanagerl The junior varsity volleyball team is Row 1: Dorothy Mendez. Dana Ayo. Minky Puvkf-tt. Row 2: Lisa Hancovk, Sherry Mahler, Ke-rry Saunookv, Karin Hampton, De-fl Ann Slffwarl, Row 3: Allison Halpin. Belinda Hill. Debbie Marion. Alive- Cain, Prissy Collins. Volleyball 9 1 V11 Girls Volleyball Grows l 1 S The Girls Varsity Volleyball team realized by the end of the first round of play they had a great chance for winning district. They each gave 110'ZJ which helped them to go on and win the District title. In addition Becky Pruitt, Mar- cella Hughey and Lori McMillan received All-District hon- ors. Page 98 - Top left: if 13 Darlene Owens shows enthusiasm as the team takes on LD Bell in the Bi-District playoff. Top right: if 16 Cathy Cumpert serves the ball while 322 Lori McMillan gets ready for the return. Bot- tom left: JV player Micky Puckett sets the ball up nicely. Bottom right: JV player Karen Hampton makes a strong attempt to get the ball over the net. Page 99 - Top left: Darlene Owens sets the ball up while Marcella Hughey prepares to finish the job. Bot- tom left: The Varsity team plans their strategy during the bi-district playoff. Top right: Trainer Dennis Hart is shown wrapping Marcella Hughey's ankle. Volleyball 99 l P Boys Cross Countr The Boys Cross Country Team competed well this year. They placed in the top three teams all season long in meets and finished in second place in the District Cross Coun- try Meet. Joel Burchett, Jerry Martinez, and Scott Perry were honored as All-Dis trict Runners. Coach Thorne commented, "lt was a young team that gained a lot of practical experience which will allow the team of 1979 to improve over the 1978 team." 8 I I l A fl." Brian Fox, pictured above, pushes himself hard. i S The 1978 Cross Country Team members are Front Row -- leji to right, Cory Martin, Tracy Groller, Darren Myers, Caballero, Steve Wooley, Kurt Stubbs, and Sam Pena. Second Row - Kevin Harris, Mike McCarter, Steve Nelson, Tom tillo, Vie Saffle, and Bruce Mark. Top Row -- Joel Burchett feaptainj, Jerry Martinez, Jerry Whitworth, Robert Fox, Gardner, and Chris Caballero. 100 Cross Country Freshmen Track iii The Freshman Track Team members are First Row - len to right, - David Nanez, Tim Trammell, Pat Daniels, Greg Byrd, Russell Marshburn, Mitchell Frantz, Tony Trammell. Second Row 1 Troy Palmen, Scott Perry, Tommy Willard, Greg Smith, Steve Hester, Paul Johnston, Mark Janicek. Third Row 1 David Jackson, Bobby Dulce, Jay Zorn, David Phillips, Kenneth Whitney, John Mackey. Track 1 01 irls Go to State for Nt' .t The girls rross eountry team is back row llej? to rightj Peggy Garner, Kayle Williams, Allison Ostlund, ,loyee Warren, Sheryl Goodwin. Penny Saulsman, Cindy Walker. Kim Avon, middle row Ilejl lo righlj Susan Thomason, Donna Crumley. Kay Garrett, Terri Sehriewer, Terri Jones. Kathy Conine, Regina Railey. front row Heh to right! trainers: Lau ra Brown, Suzanne Yarbrough, and Deborah Teague. The girls eross country team did well in all of their meets. They finished first in three meets and qualified for state by placing third in the regional meet. Coach Jo Self, pictured right, com- mented "Even though this year's team was young ffour freshmen out of nine membersl they worked hard and dedicated themselves to qualifying for the state meet. They maintained the tradition of going to state for the fourth consecutive year. This is how long 1-ross eountry has been a UIL event for girls." 102 Cross Country llfth Consecutive Year is vw 'ri f V so ,.,e,..p.f -gnqgn . 4 We ,5..,. 1, im t in - r va t M29 . aff ww ' " 1 "M" M . A 'f A t -,. 11 ' "4 :..1-vm . it ,.-1 , , Top: Kayle Williams, Susan Thomason and Joyce Warren get a good start in the St. Marks Meet. Lower Left: Kathy Conine, 9, qualified for the All-Region team by placing seventh here in the Regional Meet in Arlington Lower Right: left to right. Regina Railey. KH! CHFWU- and PPM? Saulsman are shown setting the pace in the Southwest Meet in Fort Worth, where the team plaved first. Cross Country 103 2 3 ' 3 W r' 4 .KA . ...,, ,ff -.- ff , 4 ...., i qw -97 '. S "M -6- 3 if I W'5w.g V . .X xo s nl I 5 5. I ,X ,-I Q Wx Q W' f -is Tir V' .I--. Q --- - ' ' 1 461931 'UDEN , CAM f aww Qi n , X 'R 2. Q I f g V.,., ' m i 3 .ini-7 :nav -, 2 V K , X -1 -1:- , 'i ' m as - 'EI 1 K 4:15 ' - 1 .ifi - " ,- X Q Q' - , V , E .X i XS X J' ,,, 3 fm e A A A fs Q Sf-iq J. ms... ,Q 'xr , , V .,A, 5 1., Q uf., - . is-h .- 11 W, .. re .-,,- ff E. f Lt 1 ,X M Q w m . ' 5 S K K f 2. 1. . F :W K bliiilrk K- , X - 111 1-if 5 . I is i M Jr 8 ' ' A fe . v . A N . . M . X Maki, i ' f N K i M -X --. Q A. A I i N- Q - ' f' 1-W A ' -- ' H -. JV N Q-'I - - g xg Y. . 4 L i X A ' Q , ,X,.,,5 . , . ' K. - W W. -W.. af . . V ! ,av ' ,O I Q , . , .f as f cg". f,J.., 9 " I ' . 1 ' -L,52F't7 1 , L mag- , Q - ' ' V i N S KK Ai. X A .V ,Q V, X-,ev , J f I Q zgk ro ,...L N. K ,. , f ' 'ff 4 an -, f Y Young Soccer Team Excels ,. .4- -V -t 'if' J :XI NAVY: , 'Ulf gdhf SUCEER gtg f jyMn5 1 o 'H sum N The Varsity Boys Soccer Team is as follows, Ich to right, Top Row: David Covington, Steve Sledge, Brad McCullough, Keith Kirkpatrick Danny Heath Scott Thompson. Middle Row: Ed Toogood fCoacl1l, Salvador Lopez, Jeff Lawrance, Mark Caldwell, Fawaz Ismail, Richard Lopez. Terry Holt Khalid Hamideh Bot tom Row: Kevin Colwill tMgr.l, Lupe Lopez, Nathan Graham, Chi Chi Martin, Randy Davis. Chris Balch, George Ciatrakis and David Gish tTralnerl Page 106 Bottom Right: The Varsity Soccer Team Captains, lej? to right, Lupe Lopez, Randy Davis, George Ciatrakis and Chi Chi Martin. Page 107 Upper Left: Coach Ed Toogood gives the team some of that good ole' encouragement against Ducanville. Upper Right: The JV Soccer Team Cap- tains, left to right, Top Row: Chris Balch and David Covington. Bottom Row: Stan Boler, Don Duckworth and Eric Purcell. l 06 Soccer ' J V Team Takes District Q li- The JV Soccer Team is, len Lo right, Top Row: Ricky Raitt, Randy Raitt, Erir' Purvell, Jerry Whitworth, john Hargis, Bobby Johnson, Dai id Grant Kevin Colwill 1Mgrj. Middle Row: Monty Scott, Jimmy King, Keith Jaffa-rs, Stan Boler, Bruce' Gleason, Rohbif- Lyon, Don Wilson, Kc-vin lund. Bot tom Row: Ed Toogood 1Coachj, Cary Armstrong. Larry May, Randy Millvr, Bobby Shaw.Jorgf-Mar1in,Terry Gr:-llc-, Daiid Ciwh. Svotl Lutlrf-ll. Soccer 107 Mr fr' 1 H iw X 1 4 4 3 "'k'7 ,Y Q S vw' i 'Q .A Soccer Teams Do Well The Varsity Boys Soccer Team came extremely close to winning district again this year. They lost only to Ducanville in District play. The team had only four seniors and relied greatly on the underclassmen to fill the empty spots. The offensive player of the year was senior George Giatrakis and senior Nathan Graham received the defensive honors. The Junior Varsity Team took the Dis- trict championship winning every game in Dis- trict play. The highlight of the team's season was the comeback win over Ducanville. Page 108 - Top Left: Junior Randy David challenges a Mesquite player in the air. Mid- dle Left: Senior George Giatrakis shows his ball skills against the Skeeters. Middle Right: Senior Lupe Lopez exhibits his style during warm up at the North Garland game. Lower Left: Ricky Raitt aims for the ball as the JV team takes on Mesquite. Top Right: Goalie Nathan Graham makes a diving attempt for the ball. Lower Right: Junior Chi Chi Martin gets ready to throw the ball in against Ducanville. Page 109 - Top: Captains, left to right, Lupe Lopez, Randy Davis and George Gia- trakis strut off the field before kick off. Mid- dle: Sophomore David Covington challenges a North Garland player while Freshman Richard Lopez looks on. Bottom: The team discusses strategy at half time with Coach Toogood dur- ing the North Garland game. Soccer I 09 'QF' The Girls Varsity Soccer team members are Bottom Row: left to right, Trish Shea, Debbie May, Kim Mabry, Debbie Wilder, Cindy White ltrainerl and Coach Moreland. Middle Row: Denise Cann, Cheri Harris, Terre Heath, Brenda Miller, Shannon Clounts, and Penny Saulsman. Top Row: Kay Bourland, Dawn Kelly, Dahbie Singleton, Kim Wilson. Janay Harper, and Cheryl Cfoodwin. 'U WMF' Girls Soccer Excels The Girls Varsity Team and the Junior Varsity Team won District this season. Coach Ruth Moreland, pictured right, commented "We had a great seasong lots of enthusiasm and lots of fun. The girls worked hard for their victories and were rewarded with a District championshipf' P... I I0 Soccer The Varsity Soccer Captains fabovel are Trish Shea and Kim Mabry. The Junior Varsity Soccer Captains Iabovej are Michele Bal- lard and Paula Bryant. ,-. .7 S The Girls Junior Varsity Soccer Team is. kj? to right, Bottom Row: Cindy White, Debbie Ansley. Julie Candy, Paula Bryant, and Coach Moreland. Middle Row: Susann Briggs, Kerry Saunooke. Kathy Conine, and Susan Briggs. Top Row: Terry Hodges. Allison Halpin, Kayle Williams and Michele Ballard. Not shown is Jerri Rose. Soccer I 1 1 hr M, I A x Q fv .mf Maw I . L K Q14 NJ 0 ,, ' -'Q up 'J . - ' A ' L J 'Nia ' fc, Q "LS 2 in Y'..f,.4-,- .' 2, Q ' I 3.6.1 .Q 3i'3Q.,3 , Q R I 14-Q , W 'ff . iv 1'f ' Nikki' ' w1, i5".E5lVr113wg'-'I fy-. sv! -H ' ,sq is i,i,,W,Q,, V, .4 ,UM qwfkk, ,, ,, 5, K .'iR,iM , , as- ., x, Q Iwi' Him 1, JL ,nxt tx. 5' Q 4"" :fm A"'+!"6l'..9I 4, , A I .,.v Q I 33 gg , 1 , . - .5041-pf X li ,l 'i-..... irls Varsity and I Soccer Teams apture District Titles Page 1 12 - Top: 11116 Brerzrla .'ll1'll4'rrlrixe-s for the goal it hilff Janay Harper 1128 and Kim Wilson 119 look on. Bottom left: Trish Slzffa kicks the hall flown fit-ld with sty lv. Bottom right: farzay Harper and Mir'helf' Ballard light for the ball against Bryan Adams while Shannon Clounts waits in the background. Page 113 1 Top: Kayb'ourlan1lkf'r-ps up the- loam spirit xx ith her jokes. Bottom left: Sliarzrmrz Clounls hcatls the hall tlou nfivlcl isliilf- If 23 Trish Shea stays open for a pass. Bottom right: Debra Wilder has a little troulilc keeping the ole' socks up during the garne-. ,gf Members of the Boys' Tennis Team are: Standing, left to right - Barry Timms Barry Davis Coach Brink ley Russell Warner, and Todd Culley. Kneeling - James DeFate Robert Foster Brad Bibbs Ron Sim mons and Mike Nabors. The 1978-79 Tennis Team competed well for North Mesquite in the District. The boys tennis team placed third in District this year, James DeFate and Barry Davis also took third place in the doubles competition for the district. The girls tennis team shared the District championship with Garland this season. Pat Mclflyea and Susan Witt took third place in the doubles competition. Coach Brinkley summed up the year by saying, "The kids did an excellent job of representing North Mesquite High School. It has been an honor working with the 1978-79 Tennis Team." 114 Tennis t 5 N ff ,. '.'V'f, 5 . 1 Q K k,,g,,.,.,,,,g 1, Eff ? Vi-'fil fi' s ' I si X ,, 5552- f ' ,- 5',.p'f', ,Z i::p. ,.x1 fig 'fs fini. isis S 'f'YT1v, .fjfi-s gf, q. K, :V .fi K, f, ' ng, 4 .x f.. 1 ,st-2,f,,,, t KL A A 35 kj. K ia. .1Lk 1 'xK,L A A rl X Pat McElyea shows talent in being able to talk and stroke Becky Seitzler makes contact with the ball, successfully the tennis ball at the same time. avoiding the puddles. Members of the Girls, Tennis Team are: Standing, len to right - Diane Johnston, Marui Martin, Coach Brinkley, Pat McElyea, and Susan Witt. Kneeling 1 Martha McKinney, Dana Nelson, Becky Seitzler, Ann Russell, Janet Hawlik, and Angela Martinez. l l l 'T' 4 l 'i X The Varsity Track Team members are Front Row, 1 Icp to right, - Coach Anderson. Joel Burchett, Rick Zivney, Keith Adams, Cary Spradling, Cary Qualls, Matt Marion, Russ Rodcn. Jerry Martinez, and Coach Thorne. Second Row 1 Randy Pippin. Keith Barron, Tim Moseley, Pat Pilgrim, Landon Perry, Barry C-riffing, Sam Pena. Kurt Stuhlrs. and Brian Fox. Third Row 1 Chris Nyvold, Mark Cillispie, Mitch Nelson. Jay Vandergriff, Glen Bishop, Strive Whitworlh. jeff Tanton. Mike Mt'Cart4-r. Bri-tt Mille-r. and Kf-yin Harris. Fourth Row 1 Tracy Crolle-r, Stew Ns-lson, Tom Castillo. Steve Wooley. Blake- Foster, Larry Calmcs, Vernon Reynolds. Fifth Row 1Trac'y Calvf-rly. Vit' Safflz-, Ralph Darnell, Matt Caballero, and Darren Myers. Top Row 1 Bruce Mark, Coach Halliday. and Chris Caballero. The Boys Varsity Track Team finished the season well hy placing third in the District Track M1-ct. Chris Nyvold, Jerry Martinez, Ralph Darnell and Ricky Zivney received district honors. Pictured at tht- right arc the boys track team captains. They are Front Row 1 lefz to righl, Cary Spradling, Cary Qualls, Matt Marion, Russ Rodcn. Top Row 1 Ricky Zivncy, Keith Adams, .locl Burchett, and Jerry Martinez. I 16 Track VARSITY TRACK 12 ' . p' f T T - ,E -. A 5 V . Upper left 1 Brett Mille-r is picture-rl pole vaulting at the Distrivt nu-vt. Upper right 1 Jffrry Martim-z hands off lo Cary Qualls in thv milf- r1-lay. Lower left -Coaclws Thorne and AIltlf'I'SOIl clisvuss polf- vaulling strategy at thc- Distrivl M1-vt. Lower right - Ralph Darnell is shown throwing flisvus for third plarf- in rhe- Dislricl Mffvt. Track 11 7 irls Track The Junior and Senior members of the Varsity Track team are: Back Row 1 left to right Suzanne Yarbrough Tina Stew art, Terri Schriewer, Peggy Garner, Ann Smith, Tracy Sharp, Becky Gonzales, and Deborah Tc ague Front Row Coach ,lo Self, Edie Burgess, Annette Robinson, Teresa Pintor, Donna Crumley, Kayle Williams and Marty Rogers ,152 "gif - r 4627 , The girls track team worked hard this year and had five girls qualify for region. The mile relay team of Terri jones, Kay Garrett, Donna Crumley, and Terri Schriewer placed second in district, qualifying them for region while Tina Stewart received the same honors in the 4-40 dash and the 80 yd. hurdles. Coach Jo Self was pleased with the perform- ance of the team overall. She reflected, "The girls were both cooperative and dedicated throughout the season. These girls were extremely easy to work with." She is pictured, az right, with Melanie Vestal, Regina Rai- ley, and Terri jones at the District Meet. I 18 Track .- 'LQJVI-49 ,,, . ' 1- 1:4 The Freshman and Sophomore track team members are: Back Row Railey, Kathy Conine, Cassie Gist, Patty Foley, Tonya Rich, and Kim Avon. Front Row - ,lo Self, Terri Jones, Tina Roberts, Melanie Vestal, Danyelle Cann, Denise Cann, Kay Garrett, Joyce Warren, and Marty Rogers. 8 imll . I ' 4 ., 5. x- 'N I 188 leh to right, Laura Brown, Allison Ostlund, Regina .-Q, wg X JG! ,ff V , . 7 'Z Upper left - Melanie Vestal and Terri Schriewer handing off in the 880 relay at the Mes- quite Meet. Lower left 1 Tina Stewart is shown in the 80 yd. hurdles where she finished first in the District Meet. Above 1 Kayle Williams is pic- tured running the 880 yd. Dash in the Irving Meet. Track 119 I 'Uk """"lvn,, -sy, f The 1978-79 Boys Golf Team members are Front Row 1 leh to right, Frank Daily, James Stuard, Kevin Schwarz, Brad Walker and Carl Fisher. Middle Row 1 Kevin Newberry, Danny Naberhaus, Byron Edgmon, Scott Blackwood, and Vance Smith. Top Row 1 Mark Peters, Mark Franklin, Brett Patterson, and Steve Heidelberg. Golf Team The 'North Mesquite Boys Golf Team fell short of their expectations. Coach Tabor summed up the season best, "This year was disappointing not only to me but to the players. The team had the ability to win but never played as a team. We seemed to be too involved in other activi- ties and did not excel in any of them. Hopefully we all learned something the hard wayf, The boys ended their season by placing third in the District tourna- Golf ment. The North Mesquite Girls Golf Team, on the other hand, had a very successful year. They ended their season by placing first in the District Tournament. Coach Tabor commented, "This year's team lost three of its top five players due to a variety of circumstancesg however, the remaining girls competed as well as they could based on their previous experience. Overall, I think the girls did a good job." gg X' 'RQ l 'fr 'J' , ' A 5,1 g V 'xml' H .li . ,,, a X-Eigxw-g l , ' ' . 4'Y""f.'.f". ..- M1 .Y -- . . ,gf .M f g 3 K fs5gvi,::i,f5.gk iaiae ' 1 -e s 5 ,..,ar,i3-gg A itli as . Qihl ..,r,r H X, Ak ea lf 71 . ,. Top Left: Two members of the girls golf team, Kathy McAfee and Carol Dennis. Top Right: Steve Heidel- berg aims for a short putt. Bottom Left: Danny Naber- hous concentrates before making his shot. Bottom Right: Carol Dennis studies her grip and form. Carol did extremely well and was the first place medalist in the District. ARSITY SEB LL ICM iw x I 1 Top Left: Coach Ken Trepagnier gives a batting lesson. Bottom Left: James Jones shows his original batting style. Above: Lynn Storey gives one of his winning smiles. U ' 5 The 1978-79 Varsity Baseball Team members are Top Row: kj? to right, Steve Wilson, David Norlee, David Hughes, Lynn Storey, Steve Brown, Kelly Kidd, James Jones, Steve Kimbrough, Danny Villanuena, and Coach Ken Trepagnier. Bot- tom Rowz Alan Murray, Danny Kinney, Daniel Hargrove, Mark Collis, Randy Lowery, Clay Campbell, Duaine Wilcoxen, Jerry Sanchez, Stacey Morris, and Greg Downs. O 5 W A .A H I NNW-A , ,, ,..:..... ,....,,,.,.,, ,... ..., ., ,fm ,,,,:::,-Mm, ,A await ,,,, 'L' W' M "'--" J "'Y"r 'ft .,,,, i, ,,,, H . Z. 1-rf'i'-- I ,C , Y ,ww , , , ,f Ia ., ,, r' 1 jf ex ,"' -f'- v "-A - F: r- A in "ig, ' I , y M""" MM " "A?'W"""'-H' M -r'f H'-""-ZWN -a W ing G ff ' ' "Q Q ' -'ff If I w- Ummwa-.-.ww .....,..,..,......... , ... .... .,,,,, ,,,, zz' ' ,.., .3-.51 vj , f' uw , Y sl , - - . ., ,,, "" it 9' -gk The 1978-79 J.V. Baseball Team members are Top Row - left to right, Bobby Cain, Mark Wilson, Terry Moore, Russell Neeley, Mark Maedgen, Steve Wright, David Laneaster, and Rodney Dossett. Bottom Rowzpat Clark, Marcus McKee, Owen lnmon, Jimmy Darnell, Phil Rochester, Eddie Wafford, Robert Fitzgerald, Brad Forman, Jesse Schultz. The team coach, pictured far right, is Coach Trepagnicr. Baseball 123 Baseball Team Comes Close The North Mesquite Varsity Baseball Team fared well this sea- son. They finished up the year with 18 wins, 5 losses and a tie with rival North Garland, the latter winning the distriet ehampionship by a nar- row margin. North Mesquite eame in 2nd place the first half of the sea- son and tied with the distriet eham- pion Raiders the seeond half of the season. Page 124 Top 1 Jerry Sanehez is pictured rounding third base. Mid- dle -- Catcher David Hargrove keeps his eye on the hall. Bottom 1 The team looks on with anxiety from the dugout. Page 125 Upper left 1 Steve Brown sets ready for the pitch. Upper right 1 Kelly Kidd and Eddie Wafford enjoy a minute of relaxation. Middle left 1 Bat girl Patti Tankersly adds eolor to the games with her smile. Lower left 1 Coach Trepaigner analyzes the game situation. Lower middle 1 Lynn Storey prepares to throw one of his eonning pitches. Lower right 1 David Hughes slams the ball with finesse. 124 Baseball M N, if s J ' he 11. Eh, t .55 , .,.. he I " K Q . 1 . 2? 1'-x ZN. hula-mum, Xin gf I I ,-. ,Mff ,Y K, X www, 1' f V f:,wa,,,. I K . l , J, '-UQ " - ,. if A . , ,ff ' Ai' ,' Xxx 7 ii ,KP XB gf QE ! Understanding i 128 Administration Superintendent Poteet N-u Dr. Poteet has been superintendent of Mesquite Schools for 15 years. He has seen many changes in that time period. Dr. Poteet says, "During the past ten years student enrollment has increased by about 5,000 students, and oven 200 classrooms have been constructed to accommodate this student growth. Many facilities such as the planetarium ant the athletic stadium also have been constructed during this period of time. "Quality, dedication, and professionalgrowth of faculty members remains at a high level," says Dr. PoteetQ Heels thankful thateMesquite Schools "do not experience many problems confronting other districts." He feels "stu dents in Mesquite Schools reach newyheights each year ant are truly seeking to fulfill their educational goals." 0 Dr. Poteet sees a "bright future for the school distric . '. . a bond program is to be presented for newiconstruc tion projects. Improvements will continue to be made it the instructional programs and in the co-curricular activiij areas as well. All of these plans are designed to complj with the school districts philosophy: "Toward Create Excellence in Education." i i - i i I ,J..l!-'- 'Q -, reid. X339 Rx, 1 Dr. J. C. Cannaday Secondary Education ,ng lxfi to rgfht, sealed: Richard R. Russell, MD., Vice Roberts: erman E. Finley: and Clelon Houpt. A Policies Defined L' A Minlack Hicks A e Business Manager , Qui' A My L P- A ,IR , -U' .T F , . V ' lv s 'W I 30 ' if Y V , 9 v i -'Y " 13 ' 47 5' Y . 5 11 fx e n , e X K p - Dr. Don Woolf-y Personnel H 2- R, President: W. R. KBHD Ewing, President: and Mrs. Reba jones, Se-vrelary. Standing: Harold Jordan: Buddx I Administration 129 v 1 Y 1 as K 130 Administration Mr. John Campbell has great respect for the students and the faculty members at NMHS. He is an experiencec administrator with insight on life. He feels "current stu dents have more immediate goals for their futures than the students in the late '60's and early '70's. Students these days are more mature and concerned about going to college and have the desire and ambition to succeed. The students wanting to get an average education arf stronger in knowledge than ten years ago because more is expected from them in college." Also, teachers are ol higher quality and are better educated. "Those who want an education can get a better one than ten years ago, but those who don't care are getting a worse education," says Mr. Campbell. A large percentage of the student population is responsi ble." He feels, however, that irresponsibility is due to the usage of alcohol and drugs. Despite the problems, Mr Campbell is grateful that most students know how tc behave. There has been a decrease of major problems and less conflict that involves higher authority. "Students aren't a bit different than students were wher' I was going to school", comments Mr. Campbell. "The problems are basically the same. The thing that bothers me most is that few people fstudents, teachers and administra- tionl promote the beautification of the school campus. The campus is the students' home away from home. The beautia fication program has always been weak, and I would like increased attention brought to it. A beautiful, clean campus promotes confidence and makes the students feel better." Respect is the key word for Mr. Campbell: "lf you don'l have respect for yourself then no one else will either." He feels the two most important things to remember are Happiness in life comes from the ability to communicate. and a person has to develop a saleable skill in order to coma pete for a livelihood." He1 f fMf . Campbell 2 ae J if f Mia Jaiizes ' L1 ipzil A A 17595.-ffh L 1 y Ex' X ,ff N n L 1 2 A,.W - - Q A i Q TMf"'f -1 '??ie i?1Uf1dfGfi fl hi? H2045 H1016 than imgerhv. Mr. i3a iifiDB2ll ? haQ?xheigheip611 five i ,, ,, Building rHi1iHiCH?nC6 and l i the jianiiar Blass. He - 1 ' ' wf -llf I A 251 Vit? -42 i A ij L gsianfaing z1ae - , y:,. f'kf L1'fZ ,.S:' ' ,1'. ',,' l ,, lfsw-:aggs:'1f52e??iK 5?v?H?zew W E3 'CL31 iffiizif, ff' fiszifesf f,1'tul1Lf?'-' ' 45121, ., 'Iv ME5:f75fi??97iS1'F 111 w A am 1-,lfegeivwg f, L, ,,w1..M f-1 in f as Decade of Counseling 4532 Mr. Bob Sega, Senior Counselor .eo efiitxf ' Mr. Bill-Scott, junior Counselor A 56 '..1,., f . wrign V fit .rfvfw is i. '- ,, " 'H ' 'fix . 'om W"2tf',,t, A q,g1y .. . Q Q to it .MVN ,,,.. I. q ....,,,A ,QV ,,n,, ,, ,NW A, ify1W,,NeL.,,W , lg-X, 4'- xfft ' Mfs.car0uw00a.s0p1wmff Gnmiselorl i i 132 Caumselors . p - - -Mrs,Ceha Fletcher. , V it QA counselofs job includes meny responsibilities, that many estudent,s me not aware of, including the following categories: l Personal-Social Counseling involves students' adjustinerit viithilii tli sclaool-relatiiig to teachers lor other people, or ony other concerns the interfere a student? personal development. 1 '11 'Academic Advzlsernens ooo helps a student find appropriate eoursefselectiozi and aids in developing study. habits., e i L, 5 allowsfythe oo student toexplore possible jobs ing oecupational inforroation, or self-appraisals pertainiog to job soitalii ity. 1 1 ' -Yk' 1- - " .lik :Q H kY.' N fl- -:Eff li S'malll'i 'Cndizp Diseussibrwipertains to mattefs of concern to a 'Qtudlerttiffi areas fwhere group feedback, with a counselor?s participation, can be holy fui. , f K , 1. .1 , - 1 . , , , K IT, l Referral is anlarea that provides assistance if necessary for such roattei as financial paid, tutoring, job placement, arid medical or psychologieq problems. i l l A l i it Testing aids a student in self-awareness, provides iiiformationlabout legesiand helps with pefsonal knowledge as anfaidfin decisionmaking. 5 .f fa v. SECRETARIE J 'C . 5" .KT 'WK fljvvvv WW Mrs. Sandra Baird Mrs. Peggy Barnett Mrs. Peggy Coffman Teachers Secretary ADA Secretary Regist.rar's Secretary Mrs. Carolyn Hetzel Mrs. Reba Morgan Mrs. Carolyn Teagle Principal's Secretary ADA Secretary Bonded Secretary HELPFUL AIDES 'Q V f. 14' 1 t .sri f Mrs. Patty Dunn, Aid Mrs. Doris Eaton, Nurse Mrs. Pat Graham, Aid I' Mrs. Frances Holt, Aid Mrs. Dottie Wells, Aid - 53,4 ' pf' V, - we m . l .lefiery Adams: BA 71 PE SHS If: Outdoor Ed Miss Martha Adcock: BS Southeastern Oklahwnu Swv Un .: MLA SMU: WCM. Con. Serin Mrs. Ada K. Allen: B5 ETBC: MS ETSU: Ar'r'vunlin,a l. II Miss Karen Alleng BS ACU: MS ENC: Bin I Mr. Mike Allen: SHA NTSU. DE. PEL. DEI Mrs. Sandra Allred: BS. N1SU: Hmkg I, Cans Ed.. Hm Fum Mr. .lack Anderson: PE g 1 Oklahoma: MS E TX! 71 PE Hvailh I, II Spam m.ffne.m.-fn "f f" u f ,, . 5 fl 1 Teachers Pause Mr. David Armsu-on 1 85. MS ETQUSK Planics I, Womb and Wdlff L II Mrs. Lind: Alluuy: BS NTTYU: MS ETSUg Ifrenrh I. ll. IH, IV Mr. Sam Atwood: 13.4 SHST UN: A Hmmjx, Spmfs Miss Dorothy Barnes: BS' ETSU: lnlm Alg II. ALC Il Mn. Gloria Bensvides: BA TWU: MA h':lfL": Spanish ll. II1.lV Mr. Gordon Bench: BS MS ETSU: Ag Busi I, ll Mrs. Maggie W Birdwng: BA SH4: MEA ETSU: Hm Ham, Hm Fam Living L Mnjamn Brinlde 4 Bi MS E 'FSI ': Beg Tennis. larsily Timm Mn Larry Ba6okn:hBA ' ,'W'Sl'g MS E TSI 'Q Govt. Suriv. A History 'V mil um.. app., ass. Ms Em 1 PQ spm. Hqalzh 1,711 M14 Ronlfhnwinr BS Nicholls Slat? En.: Fluid Alalh L .lfgf f 'RSS 7' A X W E if 1, 1'-5124 wg- ,- QW-x-F k :aff :gf i f-fl, - l From Schedule Mr. Gary W.. Childrens: B51 MS ETSU: Alg L Sports Mr. George Qildrusx BX MS E TSU Q Pixy Sci SFC Doyle Couch: ROTC Mr. Tom Council: BM MM SM U: Chair Hrsh. .VMHS Sing. Ampprlla .M Mr. Bei: Cross: BS Texas Techg Mid E 'FSU 4 Bio I, II, Adu, Scienfe Mr. Tommy lhMs:'BA K 082 MA Sautlwaxzern Uklahormz Sum Ua.:f4vffv1Pf10f?Q Gum I ' MQ. Shprlfie Lynn Diy: BBA Tarlelonr Uni: J English 1. ll sf, 1 Egg ' if? -3 K E wi' 'P EQ' 2, .S Q E if ck 5 f IS' ' nv- 1 . .gl K ul Q ww, an I X A Mrs. Lavonne Dennis: BA NTSU: MA Sunlhuvzvl Timm Sane: Eng IV. Lil Mag Mm Stephanie Dieksbnz BS Tmas 7?-rh: BS E TSUJ HECE l. II Miss Corn Dugan: BA. MS ETSU: Eng ll. IV, Frm:-lr I Ma. .lor Duncan: BS .NTVLZ 4 Hlsloljs. Wuflfl nf Wurl. Mr. Richard C. Ehrig: BA NTSU: MA IVT4: Gemma I.Il.1ll.lP', W Ilimm Mrs. Lon Fnli : BJ Bmw Gm-1. Sona, Pvrwh Mrs. Judy Fitz erald: BS Ph Sri, VAC 'x-V: "L., iq A 1.121 5122 Q ' 9' K EV ,,,,E J , , , N, 5 M9 1 5 a 1 P fi W ,1- fa fc iff! Q 5. as QA: 25" ff-:VR g Q .- ,,,. fbi .. X V 1 K VLL Q--. A Pfwfa -If "fu :ff vp- eq. .151- '-,.,' .?'2 "rv Mm han up-1. ,hafiwfn 9 AA, 7,1 ,, lgqdyggfg . .rr M.: K f W- 'e.s 'fzks-.waz-g.zaf 1-sf' saggy- , - , , M y f ,1 f , E A 'i:2Il'IlllAYH 155 tv 'N A u Teachers Return Vlr Iuhv' mark Vw V!.um.14,.aIunh, -I .. . "J'm,4+ m V :-Nfl' .. fm-, iw R. .. 24 Nfafgu- wx, ,, 1 w n iz' wr + 2 V A A 3 if , , . Q' X-Q . 5- -'rf ' A It 0 I A 1.1 b v y N 1 , , X A ' fm 1 Minn Kllhv Hill: BS Bmlm: Mr' Richud Bauman B5 Bm In mdk sawn, ' Ezflfz Photo. Priming. Graph NTSU: English Ill, Pang' ' -f f .th I Q MN V' 09 -v ,1 2 MH- J-1-iid' Howling: 135 Mme. A. num, as 57571. Mr. mek Jukm: sf: msvg -"'H'ff" "'ffi"' 541111: Mr, L mg Al: 5131-:4 wma mf. am.u..f1.Q M14 SFA: If ASP Psych H. ful. Tng. M: bmw. lnlm Alg Sjlkd ' ' ll Mrs. Bella Hollingworlh: BS. - 3 Hr. H Fax: 8,4 Bay lor: Gnu. H13 Rvgtl' W- Ffiilll 314- -V14 Mn. Marita Galiuda: BS N" Pfwlr ,WTI ,: IT Hismrjv: Aly IL lmm Alg I, Il - - -nv Mn. lhyf Gilman B.-1 Hmmm Mn-,Barbara Gqodlgm BA Pnmr l'n.: ,UBI Ynnlnrrslrm Stair will M54 NT502 C-V345 Cnflrpf: lvl. Rvwll, Dn Hrad HIWYD. Russ. TP!!!-5 H7905 3-X Nr. Can llallidav: EA. M4 ETYIA: Iii. Sport! ' 'VIP J' if Min Sandra Cn : BA Hmm: Payne: MLA SM Y. A Histo: Hrs. Susan K. Hendon: 1 M" Q""'i' Hn" BS' 'W 115.1 SFA: Paw, Hmm. 1, 1 NTSI1 Sim, ff -M ,if WW x , Q . if 'Mm Marilyn Chappel 'vang E nn- Gi .,,, , is B ff 4- I 0 L' -- -0? .I if ' ' X AWS Q ' . A , A,-'ig A . 'f ' I " Mn. jovce T. Jamison: MS. 55.4 E7'Sl'. Shhd I. Il. Tfxpl . 4 ,fn x v Mr. Terry M. Kinard: BS Baylor: Bin 1, Sports Mrs. Robbie Lock: KS. MM E TSI ': VOE. Sr Sponsor mu-14 wa n A .-,iz- i, - " " - 2 El QW ,-5 1 -, 5 Q? , ,,- 1' ' K f vw-K ,- JZ. ,,f , ,f m yr' ' ' ,V f , 6, L, Hr, W. A. Nliuuick: BME .lfzdua-:frm Stair l'n.. Orrh l, ll WIN.. Mr. Ronnie Padua: BS. MS ERS! ': Chrm I. Il. Bin I ,. 1 F 1' N 1 'T' Mn. .lanel Jones: BS NTSZL MH! ETSU. Joum I. II. ,Wm-s Sldff Mr. Loejohnnan: BS M M rn' l College: Ms frsu Healll: 1. 71. ML T"""" -""""""' BS- M5 Fund Mum I. hum ,ug 1 ETSU: Dmjl. ll Plmlks Zh fc- ww ' ' f . Mrs. Lavonne Dennis takes time from a busy A 'Y' ' Nm day for a smile. N J Mr. John Kline: BM ACU. Frxh Mrs. Kathy Lane: BA SFA: PV Mn. Betty: luke: BA TWUQ Band. Slagr Band Eng 1, History. Scitrwr - Res Eng Q QQ , W f ,,,. fi: ,, W, . - Vi , Vz,. ,, . , , x . , J T . 72 , 27,5 f ,Z - 121 I if f ,. A M l und. M lull: BS SFA: Mr. Robeft L. Mcfhnlly: BA. Mr. Bay C. Mclfuflx BA UT M A mn M Linn' Bisou: PEE C Dm 502' Ed MA zvrgv. xffH.,wfy,sng, Ausem: Maamsu. cms. MQ EFSUJQTZ ,, A Russ. Hulon Malik, C0001 fl, ,M A ff xii ' f ' 1 9. I , ' 1, !,f., f' .1 i , A , , . . . Min Rum Moreland: BS. MS Mia Katy Ama Mol-pm B5 M .Lo Mtch ll BA, MISIBGQGIIMIIRZBSAFIIUIIQ3 . -' H - --,f. -f M 75- v M7 srs2?E.f.ff1 11. fm: ll sm, Lu. Eng Il 'gifxmw' L 'L 34' gg'l'Z'1Il'lfZr-f,'gnCf'ff'I'- M3 ,Q , I A . Q 1 3 -Q 3 Q f . 1 , ""'D' Wifi! K Mimkamom BA '- Bayiar: MA SMH ff. If! Lf K' .V -fi fx: 1. will nh. umm. rm.: BA amy mn. uma.. su Paw as nf.. sem. ra-fy. BA ur Mn. Sue Am Nwss Hardin Kr. Eu If ll Hmrald Payne: MS ETSU: lmlin: MS ETSU: PE. sfmllllmf UR.: Ml U 1'5" . . rr ' i ' 47,43 Lihmrzim Spllllisllf ' 'T VV 'V , Q. wffw We ww ,wfify . 1. ' i"5?3g2 Mr. Ron Powell: BS. MS ETSI '. PE. Baslrelball. Spam ' 2 ,' 1 Q I 1-k v dgfg I Mrs. Nancy Psencik: BA, MA NTSUQ Spf:-rh, Urban. CVAE English Mrs. L nnell Prater: BS. MS TWT: gmk 1, Cons Ed, Hm Man , W .. X" " 5 Q, .. ., ,A ,,,, ,,-, , M., , .1 5 1 1- Mf.Ben M. BS' V , l . -A ' , , 31.8111 Rogen.'BS,MS M Jdtlllli :BS.Mb .i,f1:xf'MfMW ,,...,.. .+fsU."f,1,,,'z,'x' mf. Ruben ETSU: Bus Lana 8111 Math. Ba: Maria. Tvpi i l ,K pr' 1.38 ,nf ' '--an ,ff ,G-in ' f n - AQWM Shlilel: 85.515 Mr. new small: as Thrlbmn In hmm H 5 J. v , w ,A . , . . pann, USA fzgfifn M5 Em- 0Wf""'Edx Im. BS nm MM. note Fqtfully. shpws Qlxe of his fgre military grins. 4 sg Y 1. Q. f 4 ', C-,K Q S iv Q 4 V W5 g 1 I f, -.F . ' 1' 'll 'QQ Mrs. julia Reynolds: AA Mrs. Gloria Richardson: BBA Mrs. Jan Richardson: BS. MS Easlfeld4 BS NTSII. Eng I, III ETSI 'J Ad, lisp. Tfrp I H7812 13,1 L HM Mui, 4,05 Ms- Sammy Rnnk: BA Howard ' 'l -'.i' Q 1 I , , V ,. Mrs. Carnlyii Scitzler: RA Miss Jo Sell: BA L4 lf 5 gym' C""f""' MM L WH EW Angra, Un.: .ng L lm .ug 1 .ww .wma Hmm. lTQ,.,Z, Mr. Charles Tabor: BS FVYIQU: Mr. Blll Stan lin: BS, M1531 Mr. Jake Swann: BS Tluas WH W., I T V gl L, Al I ETSU. A. W fgstary T2-rlz. Hmllh I. ll. bpom bmi! ML by ' H" 'L ' ' , K 'H ' l V . 5-'7 ' fv- ,T l - 4 'V 4 . I A +4 T gk' N 3? i f .A U V . ff ' I ,Ai ly W a g? X Mr. ClellTarbel: .4s1m10.Ak . , , I . ., .A Clumffm mzfgff RSE ACL5: M5 1g"'ji2?'ZP 'g"Y""' H" EW ' Huylvr:A. WH4'4lnIT l m ' In ' an ,- M , ' l l T. ' -M-f 1 W? . i -I AE., . I X 2. . ' ahh N V ,J ,bn Q. :af , 4 ,X Vital 'fn f V ' ' Mr. Ronald Taylor: BA N'I'Slf': MEI! 12719171 Prawn Drama. Englixh Ill. Anmuxl Staff Lil Mug Mrs. Barbara Thomas: IMI! A B. PE Mr. Brel! Thorne: 8.4 UT Austin: M511 ETSU: ,4 History, Spam , nr.. Janice Tom-ov: BS. .us A Mf- KH' Twp iw B5 Mn. K Threadgilla BA Mn.Jm ummm Bs, MA ,, A - , Mr. sum 0041 as Tmn so ,t T 'gfym MS ,w'1s1w13',,yS1, IJ 1:15111 Eng III. W un- Read ,ffm """'1 H"' Fw' 'J'- rf.-ng as., l,gm1.x Eglffj-520 fgjmm P ik Y X .I 1 7 L 'K " 9 ,Q i .,., ' , , f . ,. I - , Q 3. I V V W ' Hrs. Mary Ann Wehb:B.-I ?,,"f.f"""'Q 'f'1?f4"ffD. M, 1, Mf' hm Wlslilfdw BS, Mid- ?"','f'7,' R.'nQ,Bi,,:,g5Ti:fQ Mrs. num 'umm sssmsc, Miss Ann laumn: Bb. ,us an 1, Hardin ,sfmm.m 1 ,Lg 5154 Em buff, jZj'j"gMZku,r 'A ' E1szLcW.p,uam,1mmA41g1 ,fx Q' ' 'P' ' A " AA Tivlrrfr.CvIlrgr.Eng1 B""Vf1f"" BH-'llw fwfll V46 - af 'Qs QQ if 1 M, pmcgp w,g..,m BS M"'3""" W""e"9'4 Tm' Mm Marjm-ie Wiiaon'BSUT Mm my Wilson: Hsclcmwzm Mmnmy wahlmmeagen BS MA Wm 3Mfz5,f1g1,F,,f,4Ma4AJ gff'fjf'f'f'f,,ff"1l,g1u1ff'fg,fdf""H0f'f""' 4W2nfLaun1,11,Engi A m'5l1,nE1A11 1vE,v05wffQEm11Sh1 g gi.. ' t X .v w . 1 - m, -' '12 4'k X Hi!! :HEIIGPY w'Dlf0l'd! 8.4 .vrklrrmlrrn S1 l'n,: Eu L ll. .411 I ,J ff , I, cf 5. ,f if' 5 M, f A if W V: 15, V 459- re, ff' 32- "Gaby 3- Wflfh E5 Hman! Pagan. ms2s4zt'1a41.11 , . A , Z ' K , L ' ' 'S K Em 4,L5 is 2' my ., ,. . , , ' 5 K , I ' ,ff 3 ' N: M ' I ' if W E., - W V43 4 4. Mr. Patrick EQ Yancey: BS. , 0 gSE1SL:PomM'd" JMU' 'gzrj' mag' ' 'mm ' Hi. 'Ven explains work programs during homerqom periods. Fdfllllj' 139 If 1 1 Remembering 'WF A 0 1 w Ni 01 ' 4 L K -v li , Z 'k -: v If ...1 -- THE v Q -.0 n Many things have changed since 1969. Transportation, dancing, and style of dress are among these. Teachers have changed quite a bit, too. INU names are rnentionedj. 5 Mg, hiv , ,ln Mg ijt? awww., o rx 1,+,g'i1 N- 3 .Q l k ,if Q. 'TMJ-'-.,'-p if: .IW - -- ' A. si-pf , Qgrmir-1-Jgfavb' 13" - '32,fT'2.t V . Vg A . fb Q' 'fe 1 N. !N,"'1,ffP1' As ' Q57 rf' 'S no 41:1--g::s-gi, f 4,1 , K ."!!!.n'!-gh -' ,,o":If, i- g,g ff 93253 ,wiiwf kfffr " A V--fx-1 5.1.--g:.fg." L . .-g..- .H .1 -f . .. ff -. 'f Fw, . 5:32 'Sian' f is , 1' l A if . r2r2"::rh , f A33-' Q . - WIA - - p plnlll I, I 1 .,.. ,5'-g 'F s A -.4 t imyggi -, ,f v 'K "' " si, -1 . L ,,,yg',f" . if-vs '1gkg,.L , , .pf Q PM Q3-?.w Ax., .fl r he 1 8 ..a!u.s A . L, Girls basketball did not exist in 1969 Nei- ther did curly-perrrts, high-heeled strapless shoes, or rollerskates shoes. We,ve come a long way. 'I Planetamum "In a dome-shaped area, an optical mechanical device projects images of stars and planets on an artificial sky. All celestial bodies are shown moving their correct rela- tive speed, even though the daily movement can be compressed into a few minutes or seconds." The new planetarium has a lecture room that accommodates 98 persons while the projection area seats 72. Under the direc- l ! 'r C' , 'rf , Y'-v ' - Rx' Y . l-I6 Pla neluriurn tion of Mr. lim Rusk, Planetarium Coordi- nator, several presentations are scheduled daily throughout the school year. Both pre and follow-up studies are conducted by classroom teachers as an integral part of regular science, math, social studies, and literature curricula. Mr. Rusk says, "The planetarium brings a new dimension to education in Mesquite Schools. The world of space, time, and motion becomes real for the student, and he can prepare himself for life in the 21st century!" a, 3 45 I -i nv" rf , , as Planelurium 147 5 1 a L I o as 1,4 ' x , W M9 " . 1? My i on e Friends Aim Q 0 Freshmen End One they I , ., , Y ......,,- -.,-.,,. . . - .t , toward exellenee in school spirit and achievement-for the student body." Ml Kim Nate Russ:-ll Brad Srott Mark Auron Ahlmlt Ackvr Adams Adams Ae-ns , . ,, p to ,i ..,, ,V it , A r o . A' rin - I . 9 I' ' in an ,rx rv n fm, .A Qi ,B A ,Z l It ML aw f . I E 1 DUN ifl .lat-kin' Kathy Chrihtir Brian Cindie Alclnvh Alvman Alvgairiilrrr Alf,-,rlig Allen Allvn 150 F reshmrrn i H on THE FRESHMAN CLASS - This year's freshman class is the smallest on campus, consisting of 713 Qtudcntw While traditionally freshmen "learn the ropes" of student life and have limited involvement in campus projects, this year they eponsorcd the movie Champions in an assembly. Pictured above standing by the 1969 dedication pla que of North Mesquite High are the officers: Jimmy Darnell, President, lehg Kevin Thompson, Vice President renter: and Lori Ewton, secretary, right. As spokesman for the class Jimmy says that freshmen are working or in X Dagrivl Erin' Akin Mtn-rf. t wi ll Q M ! " 1 :K i Q 4 5 R., . N' Q ff - 2 r Crt-g Kar Allen Alien t l i qfffsr - Y! ecade -- Begin a New One , zarff, ' t.. , ,. ii - A. f A 54 X Ji I I . , f, ' WW" , , .x .lg :Ps , sq 5 M ws. .1 1 v. ' r ' 'i x A K f , A " J 1 , , ,I , - if b Mil .hi ' Erir April Chris Tn-ssia Bfillfil Mfllrfll T-Hlvl Alln-d Anderson Anderson Anderson Arvxalo Arthur. Aphnmn- ,.,.--,,,..,,--,,.,. N-- .. .. . 9 L X ' 7 ' ii Q4 : .-, 5 . in A M N V 3 , it Q ' 4' A A ' K 5,5 XX 1 ' ,., g ' - f f lf' 4 Af l XX 1 I . 3 'f f ' . -Janis 1 Gr:-gory Ihvid I Danna Mike Dana Susan Allison Miami r ' Ansley ' Avani' A Avis- " Ayers ' Ayn A Barr Bnlvh gi.. , ,r.,,A, ,, V, ..V,, . . V N ,..m. -,.. -1 g ,W . l .. - i - fe , .,,. K . 'M Q I I ..- H I I it Q-.Q em ' 'A f 1' H. e ,e WL I 4' I: i LL" " , xx i A , Sl, " M , ., , . , A 'L' L.g"2?7 P" ' X .lamvs Sarah Lana Danny I I Jackie john T:-mia Edfiiv Bayljgmi gnu if Bgllrnger ,Bankgg in ,EQ Barqiivld gg, ,T Bzlrlfwr 55 fBaruvn'- ' Barr V Barrvu A . ,Ni l Q -k .,LL mi, B1-lrlzvr Csfi A' B1-ll ,lamic ,Kohn Bell K Bvnfqrd ,,,. .,,,r, ,,,..,,., . ,, ., V, fri.- 1? hi W , Qyu z il U Rb Ll t En T s P' 'A 4 . f-.1 B11 ,Ei Paul Bwk I lv fn 9 1 , Cindy Blau-la "- ' 2, Dvlilnii- Bhrrharill Freshman V I 5 I Z S I . lf- . 2 I x i, K I in . 2 Usa Jvffrvy Eorvhurvil P31 ,lap K IM v id Biiujwari' Bnwvrs ' Hui K K Boy!!- 4 L. L f V Thumus Rznxdc-li - Braun Briggs: - K N15 . f-- -Y A qv is V it . k -i e Freshmen HH-ve H -1 3 A ' sf 5 A Susanna- 'Brigga - Q. Small . Karvn Cymhia Fruddy ,la-rry Lisa Dana Mivkavl Brill Brmhlax Brown Brown Brown Brown Bruvv ' Bm-hanau N V ky y .L .,:--: , if v . sg' ig, . q i... K n I , 4' ' ' 'Q K -' -1 , 5 - - A K. S- f 'M 'U Q ' 'T' 2. A, K N 4'-. is ?' , X W 7 -fx' . " .z-,.L .- A 'f m I f Quinlan Paula Travis Zack Bc-vky Louis Robvn Dwaym' Bullard Bunyan! Burg:-ss Burkvil Burkhart Burl:-son Hurm-is Byvrs . 5 at rs , 7 , 'W' 1 1. - 4 g Pt Q i If 5 w. 4 id -7 Q 'K , I , ...- R 1 ,-g- ....-', 5 'J r . M. . -, Gr:-g Jamis Mime ' Tim A Cunig SYM CBXII' Cain Caldwvll Callaway ' ' ' f A 1, ,if5'fqf"gW . V g V- . if 4 g , . . r X 3 n , Julu' Tffry If Sidi! L gg Brusie iw 'VySan:1fQa Callaway Campbvll Camrvil Carlton Carlton I . far A gg , 5 5 .. ' Q' A ' i . ' Ix 1 K L W my ' 'F -- - ' 'R m 5' f Q ' ix i ' ' fx A X Tndd Q io 'iffcldf who rea! Cflristy Lbah Fsii ' Bc-wrljf K ' ,I4-aussi! Qarsnnk Cgsb Cgghvll K Casjinly K H Castilfgz H 12. A ve iv,- Q ..- . i l f I K 14 ii Q. xi l , l M , 0 is Q A M fs x " l fi S A J i 3? 'A 5: A - 1 K Q f ' i ' ' Q I A 1 E Slvkl' Shirlvy Trari Eddie' Kim Callvmm Gavin Chainlivrs Cha-xalivr Classnn l Q in ,. , ,. i I Q F" 4 Q n 4 X f iff 3 i wr . A A, YJ h O , ix X I U A ,. . .I , , .. i,.... 1 l . , lf- Sandy K i Christina ' Shanmm David i "'k 5 Mrlmly K am Norliem, right get an cxmt Claylvrnnk Clefmrrmns Clmmls Cm-lu-rham Cngxwf-ll mg game- of maid" going! Q? N ,. 'Y ,. V- - - ' F ' 2 X ff' -QQ I ' Kggfx f' e Q, 1? 44' - A A ,-K K ii-g in - .311 1 . .i . W . yr ,sv 'E' F 3 .. 1 i f 4 I., ' - L. - - K I ' l 1 1 , 5 if ' I K Q , - W A m M al, f i, ,. LM . f'iX ,J . . ,L ' Mindy and Mork Vivki A' Julie Brenda Gary Nancy Pairirk Runnin 'iCulvmaf4.E,' ,Gvl4aman'Qf3 ,,.,Ctrllul!fgffg Collins 7: ,ii Collins ' Collins y Cullin Cllllllfi 1 J, vi L - X 5 , K 1 ? ,zh U i -4' '1 ' -- ,-Q i s +1 if H " 5 ' i 'Q' wi l' l ' 'ai ii f 1 X ...A If fx .. l - f ' l ' 'H i , i Rivky Kathy Phillip ' Bill ii D005 ,luhn Rrnm- i Jammu Cnmlra Canine Conlrrvras ' .Cook Cook Cool: Crmksny Carole-y iz . 1 , . - , ' ,qi 4 I ,qi 4- K 4 if 6 1 V f - ' - Q A 33, +A l . i ' . ky, i A , it :kr 01 X " 15, Q . A X gy . 5 AQ li N 55 .52, ,- , ,Q I W X , ' A 1 ff'-lj,M L -A Q ' i -g ..-'Ly A , A lm .M--.i 6 1r:.,fffe'z 1e:4.s-. M- will - - --i . ,. 1 Tvrri ' ,Lfefl Irene Jan Rickey Bruvf: Paige ,luliv Cnplin Corley Costello i Cosllow Cothrum Cuvinglon Cowling Cox ' - X 'V' i i " " Y K ' W in , - 'K A521-12 1 ,H ' K ,. if if Cindy Charles Dena Tim Carl Boliliic Sharon SN-phaniv - Craig Crawforii Crawford Criswcll Crilu-ndmi Crorkxrr Crooks Crusu i K Freshmen 153 1 and Rhonda hour long 4: lass. Roar- Curry Ruth Curry Str-ve Curry Susan Curry lionniv- Dalv lon Dani:-l Pal Danivl .lambs Darnell Brandi Davis lean Davis Juhn Dax is Krndall Davis Thf'ff'S2l limig Tommy Dznis Sandra Dvlurosa Dasicl Dr-:mis Sh-so Dmny Ka-nnvlh Uillzxrvl lrnnvi Dillman Tim Diwn Lori Dovlxim Tc-rn Dnnrlloo LFP-lkxf Dm, .lolwnny Datsun Cy nrli Dmmn ,luliv Drum mund Bryan Dllrkmmrilw Jerry Duckmorih Duke A T Kelly 'Duke Tonya Du nn John Eaton David Edwards Greg Edwards Mark Edwards Sandra Elliot! Kazhy Elrod Bryan Epps Gvrald Ervin Brian Essury A Cindy Ellllllgllbll ' Ginger Es crm Slvw Ewrel! ' Vcnsv Eve-rell Lori E-Mon Karla-Farnwr , -V Rmi2hY'Fm-rris ffffj' Ja mes Fmnrbacknr ' John Feuebacker L .-. Qf ' , YC ,. K vi W xv f- A M ,B ,Q Stephc-n Crowley Dcinnier Cllllfllff Itls N ot All EH, .. ,, , 5, , . som cmwffxz 1 Ji lv W2 . l K N ,N R W 'li sl Q89 ll' -Liv' QJY K ,r M. M 5 1 -' x , 'V -1 , N' W if My I X J 6 4 wi. 14 A' - r . .. , ffl 5 ffl-gl1"g' f 5 "H 2 L - Q ,r- wail f ' r 2. gk, x .gy -dp - .-l: k A. -v ' im E .sl Q"r ll 41122 fl ' . .4 1. ' Q' If ff if ' . K' N 2 fm 4.4 af r 'R Dennis Lauderdale huts thi book for a biology lest. Mzxriv Firming Ernwl Fluor Danny Fhfrw Tilllllllif' Flurvs Virginia Florvs Pally Fulrj, Brad Furman Muff, Formzxn Amhmly Fusuir Rzmdy Fnsivr Buhlmin' Fm File-r Franny Rojwr Frankun: Dimmu Frrvnizm Jay I-'ullvr Kathi Gugzm' Kvnny Canaria-r Ka-Iii Gurriu Salr1uulGar4il1vr Shr'rr5 Carlingiun Irvnv Garza Li ndu GHFIB R1-gan Catlin John Ci-rm:-r Shvih Ciairakif Morgan Cilvlwrlr- Virginia Gibhunry Annvllv Gihsqn Che-qi Giddvns Danivl Gif-sle-r Cassy Cisl Kalhg Cnbcr Debbie' Comm Bobby Cunvalw Hrmar1iGonh-n R4-nr Gordon Bn-ul Crm' Jill Congr- Kc-ilh Graham jill Gran-Q Cn-g Cr.-4-n Tummi Crvvr Gary Cn-gg Shvrrj. Crim- Paul Griffith DHfil'Ili'GUfi1'Q Dvlmrah Cuinn Kimlu-rly Cuyluu Th:-rvaa Cuymn Freshmen 155 Mike Cuzy- Rovky Haddock Kim Hail K K Mark Hall Cindy Halliday Malvom Hallmark Ma rily n Ham mons .lane Hampton Larry Hampton Terri Hampton Alan Hamrick Donna Hzmcioclr Greg Hanna Allison Halpin Linda Hardin' Robe-rl Hardin James Harris Traci Harm James Harmon .lanay Harper Ioan Harper ,loan Harper Kvlly Harper Craig Hart Sharon Hart Brian Hartsfield Eddy Harvey Slew 1' Harwerlh -19? 5 . fi? 2 1 ' . "f'f7T?1Mwx"f"""" A ' Q ' ' 1' ' ' 13 ,K 5,5 s f' J ,L X z -xwpvggfljw ,H ,, 7 .V A ' 4 g we -9 A ., My 1, 4 ijqfi' 4 . . W 'f 7 1 1 1' A max f A - I r , A , T'-mar A 'W 'TW ' I ' ,N.,,.. - ' gg , " M . Q, r 1 W , , ' s , C H Q was 1 I v 1 h I , .9 X 1 lx fi I h L H Aa xx Q .,., 3 , - .v : ,, l x K ,. gg, ' . - f, .5 f .5 . fl W 3 David Haslvy jg , ' J T Wendy Hvarn " "f f'4'N HEI? K Shelly H1-alll -Q W Danny Heflin ' Doug Herndon 4 gf -7 v- - '- - 4 K - I M -Q 5 , g A.. l 'W 2 " in-,.'g., wa . ., fi ., 2. -. KJ 1, - ez, f a Mu ,, ,,, ' sf ,, 1 - IJ , 4 5 4 it K - I 'x '59 .W MW-U Steven Heslvr K Sandra L Hipps K Sherri Hosek Hubh. fir 1 .H " QF K n f Kelly Hgggmspn 395853 Beih Hughes her face .ln dxsbelxef s17Ph1!l1p m 1 -"q7m:'. L Belmda fQLQ.3:1- g-'h Value lflodneflt Jsmmy K Hu hes Freshmen Find Hard Times First Year at NM "9 6' Clin 0113, right captures the attention of , K ,- Kim H unter Robbie Hutto Kathy Iacowlli Michclz- Ingram Kim Inman Kyle Irvin Iman Ismail David Jackson David Jackson jenny Jackson Maridcan Iackson Vickie- Jackson Kevin Jacobs Randall James Mark .lanicek Roy .Ienkins - -Ste vo .lessee Bobby Johnson Debma johnson Cary .Ioh nson James Johnson Jay johnson Paul Johnston Stanley .Iohnston Janet Jones Tony .Iordon Donnif- Kahlig Curtis Kaloi Paul Kaun Jeffrey Kear Pam Keel Mary Kelly Ginger Keith Cindy Kennedy Sherrie Keylon Dawn King James King Todd Kingrey Karla Kinne Kun Klein Kerry Koerner Freshmen Freshman F 1nd Time Paliy Kornuc Danny Kovar Jimmy Krause Kviih Kuykendsll Jnynevn Kymer Jav k Lance Shannon Langford Dvnnis Laude-rdalc Gary laugh:-ry Mable' Leavitt Jeff Lester Mike Lieser Bren! linsteadi Michelle Lipsett Kim Litlwin Judy Loden Jay Long Keith Long .ivrq Lopez Rivhard Lopez Gary Lowery Chris Lultreil Sr-otl Luttreil Pam Lynch Robert Lyons John Mackey David Majksak Ramon Marcos Malayne Margem Mind ' Marshall Riissi-,ll Marshburn Lvneltf Marlin Jorge Martin Mbindy Manin Terri Martin Wes Martin Angela Martinez Rnsic Martinez George Mathews Dan Maui-er larry May Teresa MQB ride . Terri McCain Joey Mcflown Jerry Mcilreary 158 Freshman ,fd L, . i '!X"'W"f"' 'F : .v, '. 1.-ffl-' Q 4' 5:2 . . f . 4 if .1 ' 4 if i s ,. N. -2 " 4- , .4 i X 39 i L A ,,iA,.,W f W . I.- "1 E? " k--. . 9+ 1 hifi if-ffi-ry Mrcuilough Aim-ia MrCuI4'hen Quinton Mi-Danivl .iohn MrDanif'ls Minnie MrDonald Ri-nw MvDnnald T1-ri-sa M4'Ewn Sara MCCQ-hee Tram-y MrCibbunf-y Karin McGowan Rodnvy Mi-inlosh Keith Mrinlyre Danny McKnight Craig MrLemore Glenda Mz'Milian Tina McMillan Angie M4-Miiinn Rob:-rt Mdleynnids David Menzdnrf Benny Merritt Tmett Metcalf ' David Meyers Micia Middiebrooks Cynthia Miller Jeffrey Miller L Kimi Miller DQb0fib.M0f1r0y Q, Diana Mon Lgdmeryi Eiinbeth Moore- 2 Cin Mrimre ii Terri Moore Shwaliy Morgan Sherry Mohler Paula Morningstar V Syivia Morones laura Morris Julie Moses i Sally Muhl Deeann Muldoon Ray Muiirn Marly Murdock Carol Murphy Krvin Murphy Kc-nm-lh Musick David Nanm Richard Nc-vig, 159 Nfailhvw Nvi-ron Rana! Yorris Bfvlq Nvuhaufr Donna Norwood 5? , Dana Jesse Nvwsomv Niles J im my Brire Nmtr-r U'DvU , W , -. W if'f . 1 i M if 4 John Di8HP Nolan Noll:-3: jean Laura O'Qninn Odom I , . Fw, V F' Q Www Bryan Norliv Aliison Ostlunfi , LR ? Vickie Norman Barbara Ovf-rbey Fran Owens Cynihia Paulox ' fx N 1 Sf-Qi.. -V' Troy Bonnie Palmer Parrish Bobby Mike Payne Pmiples WH' Ge-rrii In Snr David fv Kaylynne Pqfwrn K Phillips Phillips 5. Randy Chris Patrick Pattemnn Trarvy Debnmh Pe-epic-rs Pf-na . 1' J f Q-1' A I7 Tammy Pierre' Dale Patterson Tm-v Pvnn X Jodi Patterson Kent Pwnnington Lois Pa ugh Srol! Pr-rry .vo ' X Karan K Ralph Plumiee Poe Pnrter N' iv. ,. Kim Smith, Cory sc-hnoi work is hard. 160 Fresimufn Weatherby, Fox Caaheil, .levy Brown, Sarah Ballenger, .Fimmy and Beatriz Arewalo left to righz find concentrating on K , S :ef f .,,,, S g gk Kathy Belcher, Michelle Hickman, Dm Mauree, ter. Cynthia Pauloxgjanct Jnnesgand Lalu'Bl.nks .a l .1 , Y' 4? Q , .. r1ii5'fiQ-Q ' Volhfr , Warm l'u55ig1u- W" A 9 , Qqgx ., ..,., I - .X E 3 A I K 25 'Q 'r fa fi if 5 I 5 X Q ' QNX X.: Q fx if 'V Steve Cane:-ton, Shannon Langford. Kathy ' fa z. 1' ,, , gy Au.- ' , , , r ff "Y " 1 ' 2 ' if xi an k A K 12 H: -W Man Powgfli , Kvndali Pullgfy MA. -fn F ., K' 1 ,Y Q X 3 j 1 A L H' Joseph Power Susah 'Jeff Powersi Shaw n hxrkny, , Pnrqgjl f he n Preas '- Kim Byhz I. 1 , 9 V lam. , x J J J Jackie: Psriesl, 'A Billy R-aburni, -W ,,.n, ,, M- gg-, ., W 3 L"' ,M . , 41293, 'fazyzfw 1 Y v 4 -s .'umf'F Pmv If mgr Rfrgimx . Rgilvy' H f F X 4 Y K Tvm-Ka Prem: Dunnin- Rafnf-s , . , Tran R0lX'TlS0l'l Dvlia Rulnlvs Diana R01-ha Lisa Rovha lliana Rodriqtwz Aualrx Rugvrs Kim Rost- Rhonda Rothwvll Runnin' Runyon B1-wrly Russell Sandra Russell Arthur Rutter Lesley Ryan Str-wn Saam john Salter K Mivhvllc- Sandvr an gift 'A' K - X 4 gt .N A A X A t .5 1- x m..::x.,' nu' f W-Q-.i. if is 4 Q' 4 ,N Q t qv - , lb ,- A ww it-I mmm., .,t,,,.. L:-3. 3 t f, A fa Q r - R s ' i Q I I 3 F Q S- 4 if' r ,K :M M W , Q . fx xf 5 .. Y ..,, 'A Q .-4 ' H in 7 . lf' ' A fii - 'f" , 'Nw W' A H 'S' i 4.6 if fl 5 . 'Q' in 4-,V Wk-' Q iff ' 155: tm - 4' li H i f S r L .h,h. .. L N . I i N ,-.1 " 1 . L' A gi ' ' A r ' , , -,, . 5 4, t i rrt t ' I f si Tix V E SY, fx Ah Eg' " f ,. , 'f i' I A 1 Chvri Rudy Pc-nny Kerry Dana john Sumilin Saurbdo Saulsman Saunonke Sautvr Schark Kun-n Dvhhie Gerald Miko Monte- Linda Sn-Iwlh-nlii-rg - Si-hweng Smgging Scott Smit Sharp Da-hhiv Kim Bohhy Rhonda Eric Robe-rl Slim-is Sherman Shvrrard Shri-vc-3 Sidi-5 Sims Rl'ltP1'1'3 Mirhar-l .lvfl Tl-'fry Shelly Alvin Sinrlair Sisk Sigtrunk Shake-3 Sleeper Smith Duuglaf Cf-nv Cn-g Greg Kim Lisa Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith 162 Freshmen 1 'fheseifreshmen are,pnsf:d front of the trophy case. Fmm le-H to rigid, Kathy Wright, s Sophomore, Jeanne Woodruff looks for a new boyfriend in the Freshmen files. men Learn . M x:.k, i -,-- ez .Q-" Y A r rf as rrr ff 4 f l r' l f f , Q rrr . l K . WJb 1 b' ,l r A r Q x , gl N l-fn' ' L A r r rrll r. . x l Sherry Carlingion, Stepha- - 1 , Q ' AD- 'Wi Cfw-1,lCyn1hi2 Ething' l 1 l an l 4 '1'1 .ak ifi i if S , g 8 if V ht J 'W li X -aswlfx Q r fi V i 1 5 ' ? Q in lfi Em MX P 3 Af? h I "fx f'X 'fx Trey Stewart Umm! asks Roy Jenkins fback A . lejij "Who's telling this story, you or Me?" while 'f' 41 f' Gif .- Paul Warren and Philip Riggs listen in. W, I ' i l - H Q, , A, 1.1 5 ' . 'J Q, .l -5 S W " it N ,i3" + +k , 5 4 3... 3 ig r l f. l 3 V, l 1 'li' 5 if 25 . I Tw ffr A r l A rrkr Q l ia- N-ll V Qwrsm l 'L' r,r 5 ' l W ' N., -vi, , f r lf r 33" QI, , Q r l k ' it , A J' 'f 1 gas l ' 1' W " ,i 'X ' ' . K 4 ' K K 1- Q21 , ' 4 A A f -l w "uf g A 3 -v" 'N ifjyf. W ' if . V ' I 5 K ' J- ,,: ..,L Fl V ' xi- V - N, . - , , , N1 M, 3 f , L --,E , il A: ll - A rl 5 t L. l r ' A w k LJ Mikv Smith Randall Smith Ric-ky Smith Tammy Smith Terry Spann Dinah Spf-ll Pvnny Sprnvv 'l'od1lSpradlin Crvlclwn Springfi Rvnv Slalvy Lillie Slarkvs Slarnefs .lamvs Sim-lv .Ive Slvphc-ns Rhonda Stvphvns David -Sltfvvns Chiiil Stewart Dre Ann Swwarl .lor Str-wa rl Tray Stem-art Tim Smoksherry Jw' Slovvr Kan-n Stratman James Strlrklaml Mlrharl Stubbs Nancy Slum-kvr Paul Sullivan Lis? Swvvny Tvrvsa Swinrllvr Bvih Swlnnry M ikff Tarkvti Marcus Taylor Shvrfy' Taylor Dianna Tvvr Bryan Tvlks-r Donna Tvmple' Mike- Tlmnms Cathy Thomason Le-sliv Thomason K:-vin Thompson Tanya Thompson Bobby Th rralt C-ina Th mnlwrry Edward Tilswurlh Freshman 5 il Q . , It 4 .1 .. 1' 1 G" x -.J 4 -,, ' Q Ax 1 X 54' at Av fe. , 'Ci 1 H., X, .iv . ,, f ..,:- 5 ,. , " 13 3-Li K .ai gg -'lm 5 IQ Z , L 4 it 15,9 ' ' xv? 1' ,M , , - ffrf: I ls i 4 gn., 1 M , f P' 3 1 1 Q A Q . 2 , L X i - , f. KX I i Q Q I if i My ' 1. . I 'Y ff, , . : .i 5, v 5 iw., L - L7 wr? t X -2 K .xl ,, Mi S 'W t . . Rx ' " , ll l i A l 41 ,, 'sw' - ff - ,' Q 'if , ' . 2 N 'A .S Y Y .,, ig .I - . ? X' X 'fx A -5 'g""' l Linda Danny Miizlwli- Sandi Tim - Tobias Tolberl Tolls' Tnnirs Trammvll ll Tnny Kimberly Fayv :lllflis-ly xirkif' . . I . Trammell Trucsdc-ll TLIl'lSf'l' urncr urner David Vanschalc leh offers a penny for Larry Akm's Chris Karen Jimmy Cindy Gloria Hgh! lhoughls- Tut! Tyler Tyson Umlvrvuusul Valadez D 'nl Ray Eddic- Kara-n Miki- Vi:llLC'll3ll'li Vasquez Villare-al Vuw:-ll Wade Steve Tommie Lisa Brad Kellllvlh Wade Wade Wager Wall.:-r Walker . i i V 4-' . I . j If, '. i S: v Z 6 li A I 4-1 ,,, , R :V -1- rg i 1 1 -5 , '- 'Y ffl' K' N14 ' 'A' 1 , ff ,1 f , .H-' 4 . -P. X W f' - 'Pi X' ' . V .- faq .-- - In---N i ww ' S322 - sim. ' Q I gl A . - i 'S ig . YN. . 'lk ' fm A. . V. , A . , in , ,jk fx, 3, Qi Q i , V 4 " "' K i - V , xoi k X 1 , " l i .lll i i ' '7 i - X" lx ' ' . P Q Q ' " ll l ' W J ll ' M- 5 "T ff ' ' 5 J fi Teresa Andrea . Vickie- K Paul .ldriice Shelly Cory Mark Walk:-r. Wallave K Ward Warrvn Watson Watson Wvatlnfrixy K Wrratlu-rshv Linda David .. Slvplmnie Jerry Pam ,land Cindy K Kelly m'f'3Nt'!' Wee-ks Wvlvh K Wcllbnrn Wenz Werry Wliitv Willis Tffnimy Dgxifl Dlizuv' ,lirrxmy Lorrainv Paula Si-ull Teresa Willard Williams Wxlsun Wilson Wilsxrn Wilson Wilson Wilson 164 Freshmen 4 Kinxln-fly ,lanvv David Craig Wim, Wim- X Wisk Withers fm. Piggy A Wendell .V Tonyg' Wnml Wind Woofl Wooflhrd Brad lbvid Greg Kalhl' W,-ighl Wright Wright Wright .glfiff W' ..- ' -' N4 ' f fl . .,. ' . ' 'I -x ff LL'L fe nf ' 5 K I ,Q Q in .. F , F 1- - -' ,. ' i ' i ' W i i N fi? ' ., 'ir I ' f , . . h i W 5 Saw . 1ii Qffffl " .. J' 1' in , ? ,. W: m E152 ,G T , .csgfn Y 'fav' ' 5 - 4 gl 3 I 5 I -f Dvanne Witlwnlpfxvn Andy I Worth ' ' Kimberly Wright . 'iv i ff, x K Q I 'flrene Castillo' M411 ' 2 ,Qfkbbie Frfinch . l,i the Camera Mmma Lea Ahey Patricia 0'Rear fames Daniel Arbogaist Cgrald Omg? Bruce Olson Richard I My i W W Lbri Phillipi Rusty Bond Kenneth Bqgtick . PlPklfl: Nha Bradbury Mitchell Ragland Riiifhie jo A- Comer .lohn Roberson nifin Evanrl Roffkff Sherry Evans Rose Scott Foster Russell ,Qghn Framp., Mitchell F rarnz .lulie Candy Gosfil John Hargis llinki Vligfellie Hoppgr Tfuffff Tdnya Hunf Vera riirffs Ingram ,gf Sherry Mahler ' lliibheal V ff-Mm ,:,r,, ,W 8 omni fzep no ophomores Strive To , . filthy? 'iff ."'Vi' ri 7 L, ti bg. THE SOPHOMQRE CLASS - Pictured above- are the sophomore class officers: Judy Sipe, Pre-sident. lejig Doug Prater, Vice Prt-side-nt. centerg and Lori Bannis- ter, st-rrvtary. right. This year the- class co-sponsored the movie, "Wh0's Minding tho Mint," a P.T.A, fund-raising projvvt. The 749 studvnts arc' adament about tlivir contriluution to N,M.l-IS. fudy states, "As members of the sophomore rlass, we feel that our Clase has created and promote-rl whool spirit through such organizations as V J. . Drill, ,l.V. Basketball and Football, cheerleading and many others. We strive to represent Nonh Mesquite' to the best of mir ability." 55,3 ,V I f , N GQ l 4- 1 Frank Dari-vll Paul Jam-t Julie Penny Abhruzzvse Abernathy A Abernathy Adams Adams V Adams to aiia ' A - t ' tt, tia A A A ' at X bl 4 if A I f t f'f' ak r . to V Q ,r f . t i yyt,tt.ttl ' - '. Sy n- It A Pam Shellie Marty Edwin Darlf-ne Johnny Adkins Agee Aills Albers Alvxander Allen 166 Sophomares W WW. M. MMM Create School pirit Allvn t Andrea A 5 A 3 ' " Q, 1, ,it x 1. , A . .. Q3 , X Ste-phyne Kirby Carl Robert Dvbra Ailsupy Almond Anderson , V Anguiano ' Ansiey if K , H 1. '- I 1 X xx 1 Gary V A Anthony Anthony Darryl Armsirqng Arne! I ,Arthur H VAshmorx- :, in 41 , .ts , ,. ,. r t 'K if , 5 S 5 X4 W Tig Y . I fax X 4 li' 1 Lisa ' ' Elizabeth I A Atwood Aulds Kim Avon xt 33, 'Q F, v x 'I Axton t 'ff' x , 4' 4 t , :'.' X im A 5 z +V Sport ' 'l,, Krrith t . Bailey Bam f rf f ,Ui kr K ku t Agtl J Q V i . J 1 A7 t :rf J 1 ff . t H if Mivlgr-llc V V Rhnnda 3 Joyce g L9ri Bailzird ' Ballard ' Bamburg ' A BarmiStPr .mf-P 7. Teresa Jr anrfiv Baldmn as Ralrivia ,Leslie- Barham A Ba rm-s So,nhombrz's I V ophomores Gain Experience B B B ' A ,B ,-ee - ,, ' ' A - Q ' D 1 Y D ,B A ry Lel: by ' K B1 , ' -' 4 Todd Steve , Rirhard Billy James - Barnes ' - Barron Barrow Bassinger Beane B, a .R Ch rystal Beasley ,B 5 U 5- 4 QB, A R J -if ,B V ,Q -pr, 4 f T A. J. Te-rrie Johnny Kirk Beck Beaver Beeson Be-nnelt Berry 1 1 ' I Q B -1 U 'L ir. B - g f x A, Q A BB ,.,, , A qw., .i yligj L A Q - ,B - Marianne Brad Teresa Mike Debbie Stan Brenda Beyer Bibbs Bishop Bobo Bohn Borer Bond B ree 'i 9' B K x .V 'V jf' ' my -1 I ir' K7 ' " f ve , P B Be A 3 ,A B ,BX if r iizzi Q -5 , B., Q! BL 5 B ,3 B ,V r ' is ffl ' M3 - XB ,B k B . ,, at B , i f ff? 15' View l 1 i 9 4 A l 1 'bs , Y D i 'D 'D Dena Kae Robin David Terry Steve Jeff Booker Bourland Bow , Bowers Boyd 30340 BfadbU'Y BBBB BBBB V ., ir :ffl K ,..k 1.1 1. t its ,'-f -1 -1-1- - h ww V A , L N BA L ,1 Ng 4 -- ,K -if MA X n ew it mm. Q B f W H BBBBB D or - B Q B e Q' if-if or .xi 4 i r B -2 Q D Brenda Sm. M.. PM B'ad5ha"' Bene Bfewslef Bright 'l 'if ah 'W 53 ' QB 'i Ia L f Nz A X ' ' '7 , BUS STUDENTS - These students are wailing for an afternoon in J K bus in from ol the Art departnienfs display case. From left to rigid A ' " - --B'll' H ki T Y ' iLo'G I . ' i ie aw ns, royy oung,.1na ny our ag Sharon A Celeste Clyde Linda Bristow Brooks Brown Brown 168 Sophomores at North Mesquite ff fy, of, ft' N7 kwwg ll. .. 1 4 ,.- , X rn I X KVNUY Mlllf' Russell Brvwnimz Bmwnlflg Browning n Tl , - .Q aa a ' M V S 'rr Cynthia Randall Cari Bunyard Burba Burch . mm? K 'M li " . 'V Q i ll " . ,, SN ,LL A ' M " .., . Jeff Man Uavm Byers Caballero Cagle .-f -I 3 , Y Kathy Calvert J A ,, ,A -,fs flip , if if Bully bcou Campbell f Campbell Woods and Water Club 1-xplorcs Athens. Texas in style. A"k 31 X, l.ura Paul Terry Tri-INC Brown Brown Brown Brown , ' T Veal V , x o 4 ll " ig' 2 li ' ' 7 R ' 1' Q Zfornmy Mark Paula Nancy Brunei Brunson Bryant Bueltei K - 'h R K . Y A -:.,. , . . ' . A f I ' '3' 1Q g'T'fl'i' J, I K Q, E L L, k, . i , or J y Q ' ll 0 if 42 4 . Q., i LQ. 15 -o ' K i , fy ' Jeanie Roland fam' Tammy Burvhfield Burgess Burleson Bush . f',Y kkkk an -of 5 Lf A 'E'7i V, .N ,Ln ,H Jana Teresa Larry Tracy Caglf- Cain Calmos Calverly 5 y 2 a l ll 325 - ,fl 1 x .af ' ""' I' f 1 ,, T ,A ri , 1 in 1., f ' K I kr ' rr F 1 . lx of 9, Dannyelle Denise Jackie Kim Cann Cann Carroll Carroll '..l f " r yf.- ' "Wi is . Y TW 5 V ' - - -aw in ffl A, john Steve Warren Darrell Cari:-r Carlfer Carter Cassady Sophomores I 69 O Sopliomores Enjoy Second Year F? 1 ' "' , 1, A K . S i I V 5 ll 5 l ,qw L1 l f 'L Bud Dvlrliif' Champion Chzirlvs Marv Tvrry Coffman Colf- i b Vl 1 I i ' L " io " 315 'B' . . . M, P .. ' Q ' 3, TE? 'ii A H , K all 1.-Toi ll xl l My in , i V' A " A . , ,f Q ',- Tom Miles David Mat! Palti Castillo Calon Cav:-mls-r Chadwick Chaflin Paula Brurv Mich:-lls' Ant-Wla Carol Clayhrook Clvmons Clrmnns Corkrell Coffman si ' X . 'ZF N ,.,1f - :Q 1 ,mf Q Daryll Duwuynv Sandra Collins Cooley Coolvp Coolvy aiu h X 3' f a 9 . E A v 1 L -xl' - D0 Clilill-r 110321, PUNISHMENT A The-se students are lwing plllIlSllt'1l lip haxing Lawn-m'v K1-vin to mm-I lhe' aft:-rncmn dvlvnlion hall from 3:30 -- 4:00 P,M. Cot! Com-h 'il ll lg 'fu ' Q l 'l o , fi i . X lg Q 1 il A' 5 ,. i -41 .x ' ii xx Amiiybh ,Mg A o ,o .V.. f , fi, 1.2 ' N i ii. 2 2 f 'lo ll F5 'olll ll - i " . Jfigotxa 1 Q-35 L. W na .1 2: 1 1 in .goo Ak 1 K A. o 1 Xrlfllizfiwslfi fa 1 oi A A ilh 1 oo David M Liz Bobby Ste-phanir Kvn Ann Carol Covington Covington Cmwlorml Croffonl Cross Cuvllo Cnlprppi-r Jamif' Frank Russvll Sroll Davill Vvrnon Billy Culwrlioim- Dailvy Dalton Dani:-y Davidson Daxiclson Denis 170 Sopfzolrmrrs 1 If Finding a Little Authorit '3 .,-f-313. Lx ws K ,A iiii A .tie -an . .,b- , It 0 , W - A str 1 5 X I ' ' X- , I i .f A L' L L. X i- at J iff' A ' L . W is if i Cary Jeffery Lisa Shelley Scott 'Fe-rri Miki' Davis Davis Davis , Davis Davis Davis Dean Connie Winston Stephanie Veronica Vicki Paula Darla Dees i DeF0rd Deininger Deininger Deininger Dembow Denton ,X 1 - f K a n W' 0 is E 51" 3? fi ik ,S f 'iiii i 'Q L ts, L. , 2 I I Greta Rodney' Mike Dennis DeWolfe Doggett Dotson Drake t . Q f In it i l i it in r for .W i -,.. V,.. - N iyfxx rl la V V, 4 i J' W , I I H ' k ky Mark Patti A A . V M Stormi Dianne Drummond Duckworth North Mesquite Stallions leave their mark 1 Duckworth Dumas .,,.. , -'..- 'W Q - IIW It 4 ' i W - . 56 . X f - -a1- D D 2' 3 D 'f '-41 D N4 ' , AF .. - e 35 A 9 K, A K kk .L .lay E391 -Tug. - ff' e i i H , ,A h iil, h. 1 ii D it i or t i ,fi 4 e f A e is D ' -,,.- i - ii' " fi - .. 4 . -- W Vsy. 2' V 33. In-f W "ii . i' " it --io -'-. ff . . l Y . V J g d Scott Lee- Ted Byron Diiiirilzlie A DIIJQHCBD Diiann DWF Eaelhvm Easlui Edgmon Blake Billy - Cary DWHYHC Allfla JQY, CHYOFYH Edmondson Edwards Edwards Edwards Ellie A Elllft Efgllsll . bophomores 171 Sophomores Reach Q' 1 3 1. .ii ., 1" .gi NA NS ' fr .L 'F irin . . W Q35 ,g-at -1.5 . 2 i r A -... X.k-,- S-,I A. K ,nf 'S 'W F . ,gg F 4 "1 f ..-. F X Fl A .. . Q 5.21 5 4 ...pi .M Blake Rav :Foster A Foster F 11 1 xv S- -' K , . L, ff- U , jg A W' x , 7 .lantrs Ronny FUD' ' A ' Fu dgct 172 ' Sophonmres ' ,lanice Hoff Tresal Eppf-rs James Ervin Samoa! Evers-til Ka rla Ewing Sherri Ewing Chad, Fenner Rhonda Fbrgasnn A Twila Ferguson in Robert Fitzgerizld F David Fletcher Vickie Flores Karen Floyd Renee Foley Sherry Folks Tammy A Liga K K FUSIGTK Fox xL.V rrr - " r i - -if :, 11 , I rrkrl ,N F. . -Q f2li'i.jet F ' ' ii li 1' Q.. 1 t X R. iq.- '- . . W, . . .asf J K F ' Q . Sw S. F F ff. rlr Brian Mar, A Full-nwiclor ll" A Flnfel CSP A. in .yy Q Chris Jennifer Nick Essman A - Elheredgc- - Everett - :., V .b , by , J -amin F it 'il .Frist i we lr. g... Lisa Glenn Rick Enron ' k V kt ., Agnes Fernandez fi? f ,tl H, Micheal Flowel .ir . ,gps Lisa Fitzgerald ""I3 5 . ' X Andy A Flkiiyd F' F l , , - qt: , 9 1 ' a v i " F ' A . . U L in pg ' ff rgr Y N ' F F W m-f F r A They didrft show np again eh! Mr, Ander- son sits alone in band hall thinking. A ' ' ffl f-V 1 Q4 f.-' . ' V L 1. ggi K Q V' a it ' f L . f lor' K, ll l ' A - Tim Stewart Kay Gallahz-r Gallas Garrett if in e 'A'fS', ln. G GM Frankie Kevin James Goins Goldsberry Gonnct aaii ' l. 1 5 , .I rw, E 'Q F J' vm , -fe 'S ww A F i R , if ir. Ley ,..?. 5 ,9 'W fl' 5 I 1 -5: Nix v ca R xii 2 if ,,, Sheryl Stari Lori Goodwin G0l'd0n Cqmrlay ' X 0 ,X II, z it F H Robin . Mark Carrie Graves Gray Green vb .rf U-'wg rpg Ns , Don Wilson: renter. thinks, "l can't understand why she wouldn'l gn to the movin'- Half Way Mark - rf . .lulie Garza Q Qi' A ' Cindy Gisli-on f I fi .5 Marla Gillispie L , Q 1 Q - ,pt , ff ' ' if f, . ' W , is 1 '7 . ' i has 1 . G r ,J .' i If 'ni Greg Givens Gaml Glaser Bruce Gleason YDRVWU .23 ' ff i X "X .ludy Gonyaw ' - 'G Gina Goodman I , 44 ' . ,ki ' , as 52: . E 5 ,QM Q-,K ' Z 1 .,-3' ai' fl Deborah Gragg Greg Graham Graig Gramges ,,, ,5 Edward Green N 1 Glenda Green Ron nie Green Q? lrr' me 5 rrrr G A K -5? . 1 1' G ,A G f 5 5 fr 1- if A ' ll ' 1 V gi' If I , Terry Barry Terri Tracy Grelle Grilling Griffith Groller W F is 4 ki 23 fx 'SA .V . 5 'ax I --'B H1 V , . M. ,V ef A is P, in - , . lax fill' I Eric Donna Todd Brian Grundelman Guffey Gulley Gumm Sophomores I 73 Grateful Sophomores Q ' '15 A Mark Gulp , lb A .Q r1.4 I? Stoll Hamiter 52. Mike Havklelr k 'Q A ffiwf X Karin Hampton .a FX L N ,P 'xg if . son a joke-. Mr. Klein takes little- lime off to tell Sammy Harri- Q af l Vivlgi Hallwri Q ,,,.M ,QX , M Cindy Flanvork ff lr ' Vi Y S feb Q xx.,,. .- V7 M1-lanie Hall " ' Lisa Hanvoclc X .-4 . W 7 bi A Q . Q X 'w ,wg .4 r ,sax ,r xr.- r I 3 l 5 H-div' M? E! D Danna Danizrl David Hardie-on Hargrove- Hargrove' n 5 . Q lf' Q . 1 . x . 3 I fr ,y A Damon Cheri Eriv Kvvin Lvnnlsa Sammy Vivkif- Harmon Harris Harris Harris Harrison Harrison Hart A A l f IJLL 4 l f NN W N E' ff. . Q 4 H li ,. r Stariv Julia' Rudy Linda Billie- Crm-5: Donna Harmr-ss Harwffrth Halhvovk Haugv Hawkins Hsawkins Hvalh .! ' Q, k V 1 wfn' r " iff 3' A l ' K l 1 . -sf .kt X M: i if , .,.,, N .N -, .vw ' H11-ww-Q. , ' r f .4 ' MM Tn-rri Brvt Kennvth Charlf-s jalfnv Bobby Ray He-alll Hvlrwr Hz-zz:-l Hivlgrnan H. li 2 Hillvvrl Hill :gun 1 74 Svphomnrvs Xmy 'Iinlon ,fl " End School Year 1 T- - if , :l i , ,gi r , M r ,, ,- H- Q , M, . ' Q52-jQ2'f.: " 51+ , Ig . a , -will lk W i ii - I N, q P , ,V N Q V ,, K ,lv l , V ' I , LiL W' 2- fF'8J I ff rj 1' Ellis, ,El KAK- k I 5 w ill :WW Scott Sarah Jimmy LindaA Hoff HWEFZTL' lk 22, '1 ra .f 2, . Y Holcomb lflcllrlyrldge A QF? 'W' ffnr' E Q W r dark Vickie Terry Judy Diane' Kc-nn:-lh Donna iulluway Holman Holi ' Hooper ' 'Horton ' ' Hough Housffr V N 5 U K X- .1 ., ,, , ., ,, , . . l ,A H lrll :Q A " V1 4 , .. f r . Q, mr Q li .1 1 K I .. fililfi i. 1 9 S 'K , N lf L' 7 - K s A V K.. 1 3 .4 ,.bL 3 he E' I K . W f S K :gsg 4 ' , . .. r vi- l - X Q- ' rf ,j x 'VQ L J N N X .. Ig - A l T 1 . ':f, ' 1 . -. ' l l l l l ' x . "-w1,-- il X i,2 X f l X l I 4 lv it l'v",J r Javid Jennifer Sandra Ronwyn Kelly Karla A V luwa rd Howell Hubbs Hubner Hum-abee ' Hughes ' " 'if f 'I 77 " wg' 3' lr . A -.13 ' l gg lllll ff., bb 1 ig A , X, K f t ' rrll A r ' f 1 . , , Susan Walter f-ff Marqi , ,, lillghl?S7 i Hughey Hute-hinson lngram ' iililll 7 ' Q A -- '.:.sr . x 1 ' , 1 I l .1 , ., I fl' - ' f' Jwen Kevin ' la M i tch' ' V nmon lund Javkson .lavkson .L LP ,..-- .Ig I Cheerleader Posters show some- "fiery" spirit. K 145 ., Pony A Tom 'L V f V Rhonda ' 'L' Kvllhl' , amc-son ,lanerka lamill .l1'lf1'rS l r, r, ,," ,',, l l Sophomozm I Barry lf-nlxins -Sh:-fri Je-nkins Kaliv johnson Mila' Johnson Moniva Johnson Sharon Johnson Te-rua Johnson Tim Johnson Diannv Johnston Katherine jones Tvrri ,lonvs Brf-nl jordan Sophomoros Begin K W 55- 1 'L 2 1 . , .lordan Mark Keith Suzanne Keilehnr Dawn Kelly Doug Kennedy Robert Kennedy Pam K4-ssenger ,,, K F ll' 2 W.W,xr.m- .W I N I ,J ' , - iw f, L4 ff' v i lf' D ,iqgg .X ,,,, ',,, l x ' L it Andy Kim' Elivabeth Kilgore Eddie Killion Colleen King Kruger . ik sg-I ii' Wy t om ! xfx Rivky Kornuv Susan Kra e r . gs 'Victor Krieegrvr Arse-nio La Torres x f.' f fm,f PAH pd' .. . 5 -l . K A ' fi x l of 'ix V l , I A :gy ' S K K I , 5 5 s Q From lqfl to right, Mike Strebeck, Jeans Mullins, and Carl Anderson kvvp warm waiting for slow afternoon bus, Seeking Jobs fv .y k .nu W. . , yiaa Kg 'f' VS 7 r Q , S f fa 13? fri .-fwww IEW' xsm xv M JP if 1 :E wwi 'Sk N fa x l ii J ii , .X .5 Wanda Majkszak Keith Malone Ken Mansfield Debbie Marion Bruce Mark - Mike Marsh Kyle Marshall Max Martin Carmen Martinei Lydia Martinez Phillip Martinez Tina Mashhurn .4 4? . K X. fi ' X .1 A 'V if f I ,gg . 115 KH 'fx' .br - ,-a a 'T , af K A xii -- :,.:.,.1i? 1 Q Wi 'e '- ' . 1- fw in X ' 15 Q R -'af M fx iw .1 .rf I X Rivliard Lairrl Stew l,amla David Lanrustvr .lohn Lanlrip Kathryn Lvacrh .lohnny lxarnwl Kim L4-rlgvrwoml Mite-hell Lvhr Teresa Leniaster Barbara Lf-onard Lonnie Lewullen Kathy Lewis L Leanne Liimlquist Kris Lindstrom William Linvillc Cary Logan Kvvin Lovejoy Kathy Luck V Lanelle Lucas Slew: Lu ke' Robert Lyon Kyle Mabry Marc Maedgvn Thad Magee fy I 1-Ii.. P M Q9 ig 1a 1 i 'lilly , V V! 755123- ' if Sophomores I 77 I Sophomores End A gym , A m Q , 3 ,,., .. x 'Ab 'nf - ' f W'ffA-- " iefznrw, Randy Robin Bobby Bobby Charloltf- Ln-slic Bc-nny Mason Massey Maynard Mayne' Mays Mays M4'Caig A fi: ,,.,, K --:,' t A ggi. 3 i " K :- . , X ,Q f LQQEU M Q' .X Davma Crystal L Cheryl Jvrry T1-rri Alle-n M4'Carly Ma-Clammy McClimon Mc-Clurr 'Ma-Clurv Mmflurdy 1 fy vi xg' N V x , 7 2-'X f. 41 fx. ix xXx 72 -"WE Maria Sonja Anthony Ma'Cul1'he-n MrDanivl Me'Dani1-I M1'Donald -XV- Q is' E Q ,-.. 2 X A 5 1 K Mvlfalriclgv T L is K 5 3- if f . . Rivkie' Mrlim' - -.-. "5 , A m1 . ss ' K Q' ' S. Lzmru M1-Qu:-vll 178 Suplmrnurvs Howard McGinnis Ca ra Mm-ks arnell tc-II tha- fans Ihvffxfl' 31. , Keith Wagner and Ralph D Tom MUKQW . 4 I Rgt Brvndzz Miller .,, 'SSW . , Q. Sharon Marvus Mi'GSlh'Hll MUKPP kk.. . 2 vf Lg ,- - an ' 312 h. 52- ' X ' 1- LL X, LST' k .6 1, X Q f . L if Martha Bobby Luna Freddy MvKinm-y Mvlmrurhnxx MvMillan MrMiIIi0n "2 Q K A: 'nb A . L ,lfwbhf 1 ' x ' Mg, . I f . ' Y ,, fr Chrisiiz' Dvidrv Rnnuir Maria Millvr Miile-r Mirwlww Molandz-s my I -ir f Second Year as V - if .K 46 A 4, 1. if , dh N? . K , 1 - K ,. I 9 - M-,M M f ml a f X -wr W f .M 1 3, . kk , A V .X b . , , I H M hhhlh i fi X3 X ff ' ya-4 9 X " ha Ng? M - X a. -'za ff., fa , fl Marianna Darla Lisa Bvfky Candy Todd Travy Molina Mollvli Moon Moore' Moon- Mmm' Moorf' . fr. .i,A ,, A A K ml f hgh 4 Ni 1 h h J .fl wil 1 4' .lvna Cylrna Kathy Pam Stacy Dvnisv Y Charlvs Morgan Morris Morris Morris Morris Mosh-5 Moss - A h 1 5 K N115 I ig, X ..,, K L:,, .L 337: A 4' l X f L5 Dana Kathy Chvryl ,lf-ana Moss Mulhc-mn Mulholland Mullins . n"n 'L ' lik e 1 ,. 4 f- h A 3, if -cw 71 1 X ' A Mr. Adams shows wha! real spin! is ala pr-p rally. is I I Q ,' ,J Lita Linda Mike- Tod Muni! Musivk My-r My-rs gg., an V " 5 fs 9,-Q. . :N Nzkxu M Q P, ,Y .1 W x 1 - , 'H A ba 5 5 f M ,gray M ' 1,5 KAR In fm I f . I Q x Q- gang' Dvhru Mike Margrrat Claudia Russvll .lohn A Dana Naln-rhaus Nabors Neal Nefrl Nvvlvy Nvkuzu Nvlson 'K i ,,:. 'h 5 1521 -11 by i k1 f zrrk K' 1 K .K 2 -rw... 1: M - ' IJ annl ff- :lf . - :fl SH 'Y' ' vp , A Af , l .N ' lm fsfwawfliifr rf Dania-I Mitch Randy A Stew Bubba Tram-5 Tr-rri We-Isun Nvlson Nvlsnn Nvlson N1-mmun I Nulvn Norris L. Sophalnorvs I 79 . 'vr -X, . A as A , ,.:igQ.,i7gN , . . 5. an , , E " sf A 1 QE i N9 , K 1 Q 4 ,E ...- fv an '-'Af -an 1 11'Q51iQ.,, ?n i -. .. P P avg 9 U ,Q P Y - 1. 5-am K - fv ah ,. ,l,,A f D.-P R I S i lii Shells-y Norwood Barry Olivf-r Dv'An Olson Jimmy Orr Darlene' Owen Pat Pace Gayle- Parker Monica Parks Bill Parlvll Laura Pasvhal Pam Palrivk Brett Pattvrson Susan Patterson Tram Paulsen Bill Pvarson Edward Pena Freshmen Russell Acker, left, and Russell Pale, right. seriously try lo mend inf- injury. Kelly Pe-nninglon Becky Perkins jeff Perryman David Pvtvrs Beth Phelps David Phillips Kim Piekut Palrick Piland Diane Pillow Anthony Pina Christopher Plunk Virginia Poffenberger Terri. Pool - Carol Porter Connie Porter Cordon Porter Kelli Poner Nlark Powell Vickyc Powell Doug Prater Randy Prvssley ' ' Markeda Pricn Randy Pritchard Siacye Prosser be sk if? Ax F no w X 5 iv Q, R Rh lx: 1 i ' ' E 5 1 ,. ' :. Q g ' . LI s 2" 1 r br, 2.. J -x it T- s . ' 5 4 QD. ', -Q fd ..,.7 N , roy A X.. .1 .f . W s .f I N' 1 f' .fl lg f rf g . . - 42:55 S 1: -1 mf QQ, K .1 V l r fx fu ,-N5 Donna Ross Sari Ia Rossi isa ,, Ralvnberry Tom my Roushey , X 1 K Q or fi ,ga X ' "FA , "' il " Q , x KW ' fr .Q ,: W i A 'W , Q3 A W' 1. 'S H! xx, il .4 V my M42 , I or Bretta Rude Q? ' A Donna Runnels "V L Alan Rupard dh S, Lori Russ , , . 1, A4 'f' In , Sherry Rust Pam Saam Diana Samuels n tm, Tari Sanchez .3 5 - . :QA - 4 I W 'Tux ' 2' 4' Lori iandc rs Mike Sand: rs Brenda Sapp -45. gx .1 K. I x bfi 'R J A 1 Romona Pruitt Chris Purkf-tl Mivky Puvkrtl Erir Purvf-ll Darrel Putnam Randy Ralw Ricky Raitt Paiii Randlv Phillip Ranm' Charlotte' Ransom Bobby Rawls Svoll Rvynolfls Michelle Rivh Jodie Rinnv Dana Roberts ,lan Roberts Kim Roberts Laura Robe-rts Tina Roberts Ted Robinson Phil Rochester JOAnna Rod riguz-z Sherry Rogers Todd Rohde in -.,' 1 Janet Holly asks the photographer, "How Suphnmores 181 r'rr R R ' I 1' ll'Rl vii V 5 ' " Af 3 L Rene-fr Sanford KA 'ff 1 7 1 " f would you likf'lodoIl1is?" J Q , ' mt1r?lSIf ,..:, A A A I 3, H EM +f x6t.thMQbt 1 . gt . is Q Q SWfSfm 4f lww , 'wi it ' l i 'K i 11 L 1 l :rw ' 2 , . S, , ' S Q- l 'li wt. f '35 ' K , . it 'l , W? S I "4,:r'fl ., - X A. sgw S S ,L . S K S, f fi f Y hm ! Swain it Nt?.,i an Linda Darryl 4 Leo Jody Etlrliv Dawn Sgxragusa H Sauter Schafer Schnurr Srbooley 'Q - H- , -fi .. ' 'f ji.-:vm-tj, 1 H I Y, 3 - . .leff Pat Scott ..,hh , fe ,if X Timothy Swhnppgxrd V 1 ' Run You want me to climb what trees?" asks Shelley Hunter at the Simmons Wuuds and Water Club campout. 4- ' " rf X 5 I 111 f .si ' ' A is 5 5' f " S Judy - Robert Suu April Sipv A Sla lom WMM I HMV W mSlQgnx Smith S' Y . X r L, W W S v - R. K Em ' XA . 7' Qt. Q X ' .wb X - .- I li.. . M , is my X MQ! It Duane- ju Am, Mary Mt-Graw Smith Smith Smith Smith 182 Sophnmores Greg Sfllnrs Cheryl Sillman 1.5 ff ff r m is Lori Sink De-bbie Smith Tami 4. -N I E gf . 2 A " S , ff 'Q Becky Patrivia Seitzler Self 1 fit t if ,Q Q- ' , 1 wx 4 5124! i ,tx Robert Shc-ila Sberrin Shirt-l .vi Q 1 :gi . , Lynn Debbie- Sims Singleton il A ,QF ' 'N f. '-f ja ' P' yr X .f A f Brad Chyvonnv Smith Smith .Elly X . - S sr Sirr S fr 1 if N K ' kk mt, Scott Sham- Sniith Smith Smith nn. .4 , ..- f . ssl Il ' Q' fi' Donnie- Mary Snider Snyder I are ' Aw' ,. '- N5 f. Mc-linda Spell 4 . ,sa ' " 'Q ' l Lisa Stephvnson 5? 'fl ei ,J 'fr' M 4 'r Q s fx H' David Anclrc-a Doug Donald Spruill Stalrup Stark:-y Stvrlham .MI " 1 Conniv Kenneth Stvwart Slovall Q . cif 0 Mary .lu Slraughan Mike- Slrvlmcwk james Paul Sluard Stubhlr-fi:-ld fn . :qi i A ,V Q- ..., . Hugh Lou Ann Senior. Sherri Wild, prows that Le Freak C'estChi1'. Swm-nvv Taber Rhonda Roger 511-phvrms Sh-phvns ,,., 5. lllll l , Ezra- . .-.3 A loss Barbara Sweetman Slroman -Y' :'!l'i-- 'f.. f f , .. 1 A -. ' fl Q' 'V 5 ' 2 rim ' rr,.:, V , V Q' , . ay A - ' 4,5 ., L. ' A, M g Karla Darrell Stubbs Swan V . an . K .,, W 5 lvff Carolinr Marla l A a X 'L X x Al' a Mary Rogvr 'gm 2 Ta lor Taylor Taylivr I ,ig Y Pvnny Pam Mike Kathy Krvin Te-lu-ll Tvmple Terry Thomas Thomas Slim' Taylor 1 1 - - .' ,af H' J' Sf Y Ba rry Thom psun ' laal r 7 3 f 1 nl Don Tvdlmfli -G rv fflyf 1 I Cristal Thompson Sophomnres I 83 Sophomore Students N J I '-03 ,' .i A l ' xr Z I ,.,.L K l 2 o f flax -' ,iw I X N 3 li 1 li I ,lulia Ginger Thornburg Thornburgh Laurie Tully Roger Tun rxell Elesia Turner .WI Lisa Bonnif' Sheri Susan Timms Tiisworlh Tolls Townsand if Q Si' Mary Nancy Kaye Ricky Tyndall Usrey Uilrry Utley f X, As 12 .--ia. N ' is 'N- A b S in ,LE ik- i an , jose Melanie V Anthony valadvz Vf-stal Vigil r,,. , aw A ' Q 2553 .A , 3 ' sf: E L.-A i ' f i 2, P o o,oo A A ,, r r Joyce Lisa Sandra Warren Watkins Watson 5. 3' Nw, if x . , , ' 2 f di 1. of iw Svnior Rhonda Kykendall lakes time out from marvhing to make a funny facv. 18-I Suphomores Garamo Thiminh Karyn Rita Villafana Vu Chau Wadsworth Walker . an in Car -fa K2 .fl . Z, 7 i 'F N R W V1 X . ' .K . .ferry Clark Watters Webb ' , M. A A AVKLV fo..r , .. , . , 3' in -it as 1 A Vi .K , ' f 3. L A X J 1' 5 'W v ff , i in ' if -if X vi Kc-li Kay Laura Wvst White While - ii' ,l v as L .,. 1' I 4' xl , 1. .lorry Stove Doug Royrf' Wliitworth Wliilworill Williurn Wilkinson Ca ro l Wiillaniiif l l in 5:1 i g . Q 5 i. 'lllwrc-sa Williams ,,,, iilgf J F ,f N 5, , Look to Next Year gl FRS? J, 5 v Janvl Kvilh Lvslir- lwilfli A Randy Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams iiiiil i - Y. .. j.'. i,., rr K A A . ., kxrk K K .A A M it 7, K , ' . ff i ' 4 izfgm i :"i' ' Donna Don Doug Kim Mark Dlvpllvn Willis Wiison Wilson Wilson Wilsnn Wilson iii- R if i Iif ' f K 1 iw, if gi ,. ' f Uv Y . . 'N-7 1 - ,-+ iil w A i 4 i, if if ,.. l ii Karvn Callwy Palricia Susan Chvryi Wisdom Wise Wise' Wir!!! W A Wplf i ,, ii f-' 5 . Jr S 6, . l. 1 i --in Slew . Kirk V H' Jifil Woolvy Wl0Qll'll'2!'lf' V Wwflglll ' . Qs, 5 X A Sic-gihaniv Stew Nanvi V V Rifky I , I , Y, Wrighll Wright ' Wynn Yarlwr L I I N . zz . .,.. . 3. ,, V f E in x 'K xg' 3 1 i i M, .ls i 5 i 'i' i l l l 'P Tony McDonald, lah, and Owen Inman, fight are painting thc Lisa ' - Michael ' - Nam., ' A Gm: svls forthe musii'al"Oklah0ma.', York York l York i i Ymmsl l l l i i,ll l i iSoZ2hbmQfvs 185 ophomores Finish School Year No Photos Larry Akin Allan Goss Albino Robles Mark Allen Pam Hayslip Cynthia Rodriquez Karen Beaumont Mary Keeling Dennis Sawyer John Belk Sherry Kincaid Jeffrey Scott Daniel Blankenship Harry Khapp Lowell Sheets Joe Bonser Sonya Lambeth Thomas Shirley Shannon Bouska Kenneth Lynch Cassandra Stephens l L Richard Brock Scott Manes Jerry Tillery Mark Bullock Micheal McClure Billy Joe Weaver David Chance Robert Miller Sharon Williams Lanny Davis Arnold Newton Kerry Wilson Jeff Devenport Michael Pendergrass Judith Wright Rodney Draper .lose Perez Pamela Wright Don Duckworth Mike Phillip Bill Villifana ' I ttiii ' ' Jalene Elliott Phillip Ranne Troy Young A recent addition to the NM. faculty is Mr Tom Dav shown here explaining a chemistry problem. x :Ez 186 iboph m uw FEATURED SOPHOMORE - "Eu-r sinvt- l rvim-mln-r Fw wanted to be-1-onte a danu:r." This statement by Becky Perkins best sums up ht-r dirvvtion in lift-. As a 4-hild. liiing in Spain at ago five, Becky, had hor first lxallvt It-sson. Hvrtlattrt-1-xpvrivnvos haw invludf-d roles in "The Nuttrravkerf' "C0pp0lia." and "Firehird,', all produvtions of tht- Dallas Balls-t. Closvr to homo, Becky has boon in thff vast of "The Musir Man" and "Oklahoma" Othf-r avtivitic-s at NM ine-ludv tnontlwrsltips in the student voum-il, National Junior Honor Sovit-ty, and tht' all yt-ar school honor roll. This summor Bt-vky ltopvs to att:-nd a workshop in New York San Prativist-o. Houston or Da nw-r. With her sights se t on Broadway Becky says that a carwr offer following high srhool would take pri vt dc nt on r a volley education. ' J ,,.,j" i 4 1' ". -af I if 1 , 4 5 9 'M 7m ' Q ..-' X S if-ii t l J VJ,,,J . A M , A Vzyk ' , 'N ,,+1 ,,,, vy g .' 'Q YIVV B t t . 4 " ' iff EEL f "t. ,B f f ' Q i v' att 'B i B. a to a 'it , Q E I , . , ' 3 gli? 3 :11 ,K I r if in M Juniors Plan for Last I " af Q 54 5? at 1 ggi? dv as w x x sta ni je f t l l to xl iii if THE JUNIOR CLASS - 736 of the most hard working students on the campus of N.M.H.S. are found in the junior class Their projects include the Rick Presley Concert, fund-raising project for sponsorship of the Senior Prom, and cosponsor of the Talent Show. Representing the juniors as officers are: President, Ralph Darnell, Center: Secretary, Karla Yarbrough, Right: Vice President. Kevin Newberry. The work of the class is best stated in Ralph's comment, "Every job is a self-portrait of the personfsj who did it." Lloydan Adair ,lill Adams Geert Aerts - . .--,.., X f...-it 'M Brian Alfertig Q7 it i Mic Deborah Allen Pamela Allen u Diane Amador Carla Anderson Robin Anderson Paul Anna Sherry Anthony Phillip Arden 188 Junions Year at orth Mesquite fe 3 a Michael Aulds Gene Axtell er eeei B if rr r 1. 1 5 M Bailey William R. Baird Chris Balch Glenda Baldwin A . I -M I 1, x V. . .By .E is Q I Pam Bannister Kelly Barber Lauri Barker B Keith Barron Kim BeaLmear Tracey Beckler ,R Q if kk X, P, 1' 1 J ,A ... yf fyy David Beeson Lee Berry Vy Tracy Berry y Sandra Bertrand y ""' iv is K 'e 2, Bk Q . A . fi if 5 I if leff Bibbs - - Terry Biles B' Kim Birdsong Glen-Bishop l Roberta Blackerby Steve'Blake B B Sify, vi l W? y y ., , B B -B Miehelle! Blakensliip M yyyy B r yyyr . yyy, ily .I unwrs,rrlr89 Mona Bonham Tony Bonham Toni Booker Alan Boslivk Cindy Bowen Ric-hard Box K1-lly Boyd Valoria Braddock Miko Braun David Bravo Jimmy Brewer Pam Bridges Mary Bright Harry Brodnax Ke-llif' Brown Laura Brown S14-W Brown Margaret Brownii Bivky Browning Christy Brunel Isaac' Buchanan Sllvrri Buck Eddie' Bunger Brenda Burkhart Darryl Burns .li-if Burrow 190 fu niors lg 'fill mir F av... B ir 5 B T Bhnh in B 'R 1 i .- . . 1' A". . -'sg an - ' f 'Y -5, Q 1 i xi 2 ,Q . . M in x M 1 QP X 460 Vx ww- '45 'Q Q Ag .5 li ' -'iv i , 'im . Q of h FRIENDS - Junior Robin McC0nathy sits holding one of 18 re-gisir-red A , - donkeys hvr family owns, Thr- MrCona1hyS raise the donkeys for competition and are- mf-mlwrs of the Ameriran Donkey and Mulf' Soviety. - me K nfrir' E fi or -Y i- x 4 if , .fii if iii 1.. i x ff X l ll fi XL, A . . ,W -, in Vt' A kkkk K K K W .- 1 Ki,1. ,Li E 1 1 A . N 3 5 U- ggi NKV' ii' ,ff -f - 5 1 7 K i '1' -.h- K . X A ":' V an NV K ,ff 4 A ll y v , M w V ' Q 'T l fi . H 5 'E 2 C 4' fl 7 , -x K 4 X i X A Senio ,e 4 1,5 .4 Y if Wi s l ' 1 3 . - .val 5 ' 'KI' ,Qi , f :Of kki' NJN' af, - , A aw Y' x C X C C i -, X T1 ,qv i r Adam Hudson Shouts, "Dnn'l fnovvl l'vx' lost my Contax-ll" I - fx 55. X . ,, ,. ,pa - C W A , X ,LL,L f ,LLAL1 1 at ' ., .::fz:., , wx . E 7 k ug ,. li ln L.,, 101. lip Carriv Burton Df-bhiv Byrd Chris Cabellaro Bobby Cain Mark Caldwell D1-na Calhoun Gary Callaway Mike Callaway Clay Campbell Sabrina Campbell Ana Cangas Maria Cangas Cheryl Carson Ric'QCarver. . Philip Casali' l Xavier Castillo Lance Cawlcy ' Ke-vin Cham hers Jill Champion Jnhn Chapman Peggy Chapman Rebecca Chapman Mark Cheyne David Clounts Mike Cuckrell Glen Cogswell C fhniorsi 191' Vw: ,Q Vmm , " , D t kb I 'Y 3 ""Y ,ii P Nl ., . 5 f . ,, -, M, i i ,ry , Brad Collard Frances Collins Mark Collis V Clint Collyer Kevin Colwill Lori Condra an "i"""""'P5 S"""'l' F5am"' 9, 95 '2 ,rl aff, I' ,, A6 in v 'Q 8 Wil' X9 J! S1-on Kim WW, .. ,H .. . aw . W.,.C 1 MQW i Kathy Cox C Hugh Curry I 92 ,luniors rr 4 J 4,27 Cook Karey Cosiner Mark Cornelius Carol Copeland Violcy Coplin i K Barbara Cowan Kim my Costner im Couty fi C .-.- ' f iq X , . K . Keith Kirkpatrick works hard on an English exam, hui his mind is on xffgiqii ' + 5' 1. v Larry Cosper Andy Cowling - :Q , hifi C 4, .. ,.. Q -27? Jeff Criswell Theresa Crooks Randy Crowley Regina Cru mploy Fred Curry .lohn Curry Charlie Daniels Trary Danlvy Ralph Darnell Cindy Davidson f Sanchez, junior concentrates on the difficult task of passing an lf , Q on if ir ' x 3. , 23' E To X, D Btephanie Deflusha lay Doolin wo. ...Q , ,, . U, R .1. . . eg Tommy Davidson Randy Davis bhane Dau Suzanne Decker Tammy DeGm01 Jimmx DeLaro a E 5? A ' J Bill Dilly Tina Dobson Greg Downs Karen Duckworth M is ' K -. .af-k i llc-nn Durdin Allen Dyer Troy Earheart Calvin Earp Dawn Edwards Randi Edvard Caron Elkins Mike Elkins Sherry Elliot Deanna Embrvy Dvrck Emmons Bobbi England mir in - v ,y . -Sgr. k .. ., 'bl K W an r 4 1,5 it ' ' f E ., M... 'Z I 4: V if I A Q "---. , - do f . K 3 inf' K ,"'i+."' Q fiz i Q Y A ' rg . on . . A 5 1 3 -"1- -' . f N Q " ' Q f s ' jig ' 1 A K , J ' If o,?" ' ei ii- I iz H' 53 ll 5, . Q+sg!EAi 1 Melinda Epps Karen Farmer Ladonna Flanery Laci Folks i Belinda Epps Timothy Everett ' Lyle Ferguson L Keith Floyd Robert Foster ,,.-f ,,, I -f . . 0 . . of . 53 I, 5 ? X lil J Senior Jeff Guyton shows the Monday morn- ing results after a hard weekend. Teresa Essary Brian Fox , TQr13QeE1,,uQrhee . Karen linsehere i i, , 11 fl-. X W as r'r mg, Gregory Essler Ava Lynn Foy. o ll I! 4" ab 4+ -ggi . - an e -1 f :av T - 'J' . i 194 Juniors V ai' i nl i .ii 1 r 6 i A w 1 55 'ix . 'X David Evans Leighia Farrell Rudy Flores Rick Folks Suaan Franks Cindy Candy " .5 . I Mary Evans Randy Felton Donnie Floyd Robert Forsythe o K, k.. it 3 o.yae Q A fish as G ' 3 W G T' 2 , is 4 ga ey .5 l l Steve Ganze Tim Gnader Lucinda Gonzales David Grant Sandi Green ,Betsy Grigar i i 51' A 0' 1 vs V? .fi G, V f aff, ' ' " 1 , as , r I 'fx f f, fs . 13,3 G, S I A . 0, .. 5QV,,., . Peggy Garner Jim Goff Maria Gonzales David Green .lean Greenway John Grinstead Q 3' f'gvfV 1.1 wp 1 'K I. 'f !'. ., , - 5 'H' Six' ,A G H 3' Bobby Beard, senior, expresses his thoughts on what the outcome ofthe game will he. 'G ,Qi . O Q 5 1' Y Q ,, 'iss fi- wr ygfis is fi l'!..s Don Garrett Shannon Gibhens Joan Gibson David Gish ' Charles Gomez Becky Gonzales Bill Gowens Ruben Granada Karren Green Penny Green Gale Greeson Karen Gregg Tony Grego Debbie Gresham Rhonda Guinn Terry Gumm Cathi Gumpert Gary Gunn V iiii G . G . , r X if . , M K iz if 5, D ' , . A Ex-.kts . if A 22 4 1 J I I ii i W 3 Juniors 195 4 ' ' .. Q l Ab l"'m . .W Wg l H af rf? 1' 5' 1 , . U . , V T: N if sw ,G Y 5 73 ' K ,, W NX 1 xl -. 1 5 A , ' ff Mark Gurffcky Mark Hamilton Scott Harmon D4'I1l1lS Harpvr lffllzahf-th Harrington Kc-vin Harris Jr-ff Harrison Tvrvsa Harrison Mvlissa Hartsfivld Cliff Harty Penney Harwell Mike- Harwc-rih .lZlII1'l Hawlik Mark Hayes Danny Heath Mika' Hs-flin Le-igh Anne- Hr-ndvrson 196 Juniors Hamil Kathy Hamllton Bill Hamiter Howard Hampton Lori Hampton Lana Hanson Michael Hanue Kim Langston glow iw! Z 2 K 1 as 3 na ,A-1g ,. H haw To Their Final Year A 2 S . 'WH' f , A V 4 -V ,..' 1'- Rusty Hendley Mae Hendrix Debbie Higginson Christi Hillin James Hohenberger Lori Holland Cymhis Hood Robert Hooker HGUFY Carla Henson Hinton Terry Hodges Holland Debbie Holman Hopkins Kraig Hopkins Tammy Hopkins Bryan Horn Gina Hoskins Randy Howard Laura Hudson Robert Huffman Diana Hughes Donna Hughes Eddie' Hughes Mark Hughes V juniors 197 4-1- s ,. ...,k mn 'I ' 'L' , .gn f 5 5 'T 'YS S ffl N . , xg, QF!! H 1 I if 'F' f '4-sur f . . . 'NVD it 414. . . ,df 'V ' . I I 1, if I . 5 . ,L 2 .. s he w K b ., X f ' ' x i S f f Q, get L ' ' u ' - ,. :-- Vw- 'ff 'Ji fix , K. FN. . Ja, 3 .ae iv 5 JM I N 4 Kristi Hunter Debbie Ingram Diane Ingram Tina Jackson Lorie Jacobs Barry laggers Jill Jenkins Kevin jenkins Ienise lessee Karen Johnson Norma Ioh nson William Johnson 'A ,il Rhonda Hughes Fawaz Ismail Dale james Susan lull Donna loncs Kimberly Jones H198 ,luruors - sr ' ., ff? Sis 39" Alan Hiilen Sheri Hulslander .lo Ann Izzarelli Pam Jackson Tina James Melissa Jameson .loel ,lohannsen .lohnathanl Iohnson Edwin Jones Jimmy ,Iones Lisa Jones Wendy I ones Mr. Johnson vxplains a difficult ie 5 5 4- Y - 1 il f' ll V . W -Inq.: 5 A Tracy Jordan Donnie Kincheloe Robert Krause Cindy Lanvaster JH! 1 r ' S ".3"t " ff , ,- i , N A r o ,lilfilx 1 A 'N af AW I nf ff L Kevin Kannada Angie King Keith Kirkpatrick Terry Krueger Jayne Kyser Valerie Lance Carol Langston X ,, I ,Tram drafting tevhnique to a puzzled Cindy Sisk. 1 "' Q, 4 y ,V , ., i ai i l a ,-1l .lr A 3 ff . . I fa- I AX - QI , " is Sl ll , K fi i V gt. i Q 5 J ' ef? 1 K A Y 5- L Q an JF 5, i ' .A 3 V .. J 1 i, 1 R A fa 5 , f ,at u, i or ,ff 11 'i iv 1' N 1 flag' A Sherry Kennedy Melinda Keylon Stephen Kimbrough Scott Kitchens Paul Laird Kim Laning Jeff Lawrence Shari Leathers Greg Kleinfall Carroll Lamb Kevin Lankford Belinda Lawson Jeff Lee' Kenneth Kovar Mark Lambert Brett Larsen Greg Layton Mark Lewellen Juniors 199 N -t ' -5, 41 1 i-,g,t Dean Lewis Marla Lich nov- sky I im Liles Vickie Limmer Mr. Armstrong, wood working tr-avhvr, looks nn as Mark Willis, junior, works on thx- sandvr. Thr goggli-s arv use-d bvvause of strict safviy re-qiiirmm-nts. Phillip Lewis Shvrri Lightner Max Liles Mila' Li pf' ,Sw 5 gllffl f is YK Qi? Rivlcy Lloyd Bryan Lynch 200 funiurs ' 4 h Y' '.,. V V ,f"'l' Qfi Jackie Lockey Tommy Long Salvador Lopez Lori Luttrvll Stvvv Luttrell Scott Lynd Elia Machado Trent Mackey Sondra Mallard Hanil Mamdani ... ...,,...,. ... -M T W-, -W Q h L 1 iih Q' A Ma ngham -' L... y .sz,, .,. ,145 l M '-Q lll ii' fi,5ik,. M M M Doug Marfell -'GUN Dollie l Marshall l 'ni' Mark Martin Kim laning urges the team on during a football gzime H Maile l James Cmdy Marshall ClnCh1 V Martm Mauri Martin NX' f l lll ll ll M J - 5 rf ..,hk,. V i' K X A .ig E ii K . K I , .f l W'h-1 ' W L 4l., , Q 'YLQ W- ' l l f- l l " 1 ,,-7 ,5 21 - ,rv .1 L- ffk Ei- 55? K i,:-' ll" A 2 ' K 9' , 'A Tracey Marlin joe Massey Sammy'Massey David Maurer Kathfirim- McAfee ' Df-nise'MCCain Dvlaina McCall Dawn -McClellan Carol MvC'lung Robin MffConathy' 'Kim Ml'CFHmmffH Edith McCutbhen I VV iyf ,H N n M ., W Mk 5 K fi' D - 'A r l H M - 'X f ,, -X 1 ' X X Leigh Mcllarry Byron McMullen Lisa McNait Mir-haol Mcwhirter .luan Mendez Do Ann Menzdorf Stephanie Mfltliency Miko Mikulcnka Broil Miller Diane Miller Martin Miller Mike Miller Nancy Miller Steve Miller Randy Mills - l n n . ,,.1s- t fa 'paw im lg- . 42 Qmixg .F i gli E Jw Ja. ' 4 X N. :QQ ff' . 'fill ,S 'in A , -rj' 1 in x Q :- . I i . x A ,525 W QS' 5 o' H.. l S K.. .ev s 5 Z Mui Varsity 4-lu-vrlzvadc-r Kim sr'l'm0l spirit. 202 Juniors Langston shows fic-rm' Mikv Mr'Daniels M M ff i Deana McDonald 1 J D Pal MCEIYW 1 - M M ,A,M d M . Tammie MvGahan 'n " iff? , in ' A N Doug McGahee lr 4 ii-Ri ij ' -n Yr ff' e so K D if lx ,i --d If 2 ,.f' Q 5, D r Paula McGibboney K mg ,leff McHargue Q 1 gf? John Mclntosch V V , ' Donna McKee ' ' . K t W 'Q if I 92 3 s af ,Sz 4 iff ff- if W if A 5' fi 5 CK F? 1 'Ki l f A Q ' 46 fi , V' lv . X :J W., ...v gg ffl. :R ff - Mike Molandes it Margaret Monrow i glzif David Moon f , Darryl Moore: lack Moore Jimmy Moore ,,.- ,.,..,- ,,.......- ,f-...,.....-.Q ,-....1.- ,.......-- ,,?. A A' 4 ,. ffl . f , .... A z if , -.D V L, 'QP ,. D Q u .i z, . - . fi ..... A ' HEX if f.,:1 1. l + . I - f- 3' wi Y K 1 1' ,l" i ' X . ' K, us. x qi ing. sf fi. gr N 'Q ' 515.gif ximn xii, .+ Q r f x W 1 ,JE . 1.-we , M . f - - ,fp-H1 -J r " -fx- X ,U ., , I fi M, ,,. M ff! -1 24, HA f 42' ' -V X to M , Q "' " -r- -Q 0 fb 1 - 2 I , --,- X ,, '. .X X .7 4 Ayr--' ' if N 1 X 1-if ug, .- - , ,KX 1 M, 4 .:' I N: 1, :5,, I AS V' , :F S 1 ffifgu 9' 1""-'P' , -'ff i 'ir J , .3 , Q, ' 4? ' , V -J ' ff M L fy 1 .43 -fi -M- Te-rry Mooro Roy Morgan Scott Morris Larry Morrow Tim Mosoloy Virrki Moseley Gr: g Moslm Stf wart Moss Martha Motlf v Mari ia Mozelf wski 2 16 3, ..., if 1: gp - S :Q :ff ,... Mark Nivholson Gregory Nolan Val Noll Cindy Nolley David Norlie Dfrnny Norris ,J .fl 1 ,J ws. Z W , S " 4 1 :iff JJ Av 'ri ,lf Kim Mullins Darren Myers Elizabeth Myors Scott Myers Danicl Nahc-rhaufa Debbie Nations Cherrio Nelson Karr-n Nelson Todd Nelson Guy Nosbit Melanie Nestor Ann New Kevin Newberry Clayton Newman Cathy Newsome' .ar Tammy Walker, Junior. listens to Frenrh rffvordings in thf' lah. Juniom 203 it ',- nn.. 'F 'W Reese and Mrs. Psencik seem to think ,L "Grease" is the word. wi. -ef, . , A 5 I f ooiii , .list Stanley Overbay Brian Pace it fs-,K E. David Parrish Bob Pate Anna Sam Pena ,,qu 'L ... K Leslie Pi rson P A Pat Pilgrirn 204 Juniors Kim Norris F Chris Nyvold Glen Ogden Consuela Ortiz Ll. aa fl P, 3 r 6-i D ,i David Paddock Thomas Paine Kent Patterson , QQ, ff' , a , B ? Clint Perry N V Judy Oquinn QEEKW ,W ,,,x W H, , ' .fn y . X .. l kk 5 , .1 ag 1 ,,,,. 1 . Cheryl offun ' - 3? P - :mg z- 1' 0111 f I P iidd i n f i 4 P Dianna Osborne Steve Ostlund 'P if 'P NR QE 9 45 fiifp' . f . , ' 1 .- 4,1 4 vi' I , 41 :fairly X 177,142 P' I Patricia Paris Preston Parks , fr tex .5 ix - v A 2 Scott Payne W4 . Rig- 4 W i n .K , :Wil 'lj Landon Perry Cathy Pearson Scott P Plus A A A ESQ:-M A Matt Peeples ,M x I Mike QP? "1'?' Alfred Pintor I. . rn lfx dl -'VT Q? Xi 1 r-wx! Mark Pogue Lyenda Pollard Daniel Pool Steve Poole 5 .. 9, 'K 5 f . g i ,, . Diggs. 5' "1 li N '- f P' i "3 ' . 1 Senior Hala Ismail urges the Stallions to "Boot Theresa Porter Bennie Poteet Pat Powers Lori Preas Em' .CX S Q, l ...tgtiif Teresa Priddy 1 .Q Tammy Pritchett Richard Pryor Leigh Ann Pulley Elesa Purkey Ann Rabb 511 Donna Raburn Jim Rains Randy Raitt Phyllis Rankin Dee Ravelo Shelly Rawls V , b,Ae1 . X . 't A, .1 5 "' ii 'il ' nl 1 ' S i f- E, fy if "W if ' In r' fm 1, li It A 1 up Qi x ' e R X Q V ,i Q .V N X J I Il: Y M Penney Ray Gina Rector Stacy Rector Debbie Redwine Douglas Reed Lori Reed Q A P 'E P S , te 1' ea .. ,a- 2 . K Y -- - ilk P -' I, , A fl ,, K g fa, f . I t . cr ,,y, , e r y .S any P pm. 6 l N 'kwa "Qi ' ,Iv ' if Lfvll ,Q 'f p . ll Allin? Rusty Reese Donna Reid John Reneau Kathy Rial Cindy Rich Lisa Richards Juniors 205 Sharon Richey Q Kylc Riley l Slwrry Riley Susan Rizzolto De-bra Rodriquez i Q 5 3 5 Sandra Rolofl' ,If-rri Rose Joanna Rose Cathy R054- Pam Ross 2 -fb wr W .,,N.,w.,-M. DM ,, 4, J .www ff ww. --W W M WW 1 W J, f, V ..-www W I f. . ir.. Mark Rouse Janet Holley, sa-niur. shows with heir winning smilf- that il good day. fflul your hvart out. Farralrj Nvtra Ryan V Mike- Saam Vic-tor Safflo Irma Sanchez Dvhlsif- Sanderson - -an Bonny Sanrllin Anita Sansing , Dwain Sauveman Mary Srlu-llenlwrg Tc-rry Srhrvuclvrs 200 JUlIiUfS an Tracy Ruffin Loslic Rush Ann Russell ZF .lim Rutledge Margaret Rutter E lm-n a prvlty csv' ,I '-vs, .fi QV' 1 V f,, . ,., J 'fi' X I . ooroorlnn - 'ov .. 'SH 3 . wr K f " 'V .M N ad 1 ' 1+ M . 1 .1-ggi .3 X2 ,J ls 43 HQ ,X V Q ii ff' .ff f "W le Q . X S J s Q .:- Q, ,3 S S a ,W N . f 7 " S Q, ,EW J. S 3 'im , I ":-'. . i A wQ af, ,. .4 , if . n f f '-9 1 'f-1' Jllgiyi il 'I JF K , ..., ,.A: 3 ,Newly -S553 s i, W: K , V, 2' ' ,X 1. ' f lim ,, L aa 1 'Q ' ,fi . ,, W9 Kevin Shelton Scan Sherbitl Billie Sherry Laura Shipley Donnie Shipman Margret Shipe ' r .A l, f ' , A S I? M 4. Viv 7 it k.f""' 10 Lg 3 A x , ' v rl -.9 - Tc-rri Schrievwcr . Pat Seaman Tammy Seaman Chris Svttle Svott Smiles X 3 1, an 1 9 af M il 4 sim' i 1 i ' , A' - , X ,laync'Seymour :gk K K Tracy Sharp 'X ' ' BohhySham 'A' 75 I , ,- Trish Shea A rw I I , X Marla Sheanvr 4 .X .J m -vm. A-A Pacesftle-rs Becky Wallace and Michelle Molina danvf- on "SUE Day, Cary Shuttle-worth Laura Simmons Pi-nny Simmons Tony Simmons C0llfllf'SlH1pS0!l x.....S? David Sims Aaron Sinclair Mikel Sinyarcl 1 ia , Cindy Sisk S Bm-ky Slalu-3 3 funiors 201 Stvphvn Slvdgt: Mark Slecpvr Ann Smith Curtis Smith Kim Smith Vanae Smith Bobby Smithson Alicia Southall Charlotte Souther Bill Spradling Tim Spradling Teresa Sp ri ngman Danny Spruill Carla Stanbery Patrick Stanfill Kim Stark Karen Stephenson Larry Stephenson Sharon Stephvnson Lisa Stepp Sheri Stewart Tina Stewart Warren Stewart Lois Stoldt ' t Angela Stooksberry David Stovall Kathy Stuard Kurt Stubbs Charles Stuckur 208 .Illl!iUl19 . 'Q 'if , i l V3 i,LL , - 5 H7 . A a ilar i l t i i' 5 ' 'QE V. . Q ti, 3 llgfxii i t t Mitt 5 . . 51? V f. -waxy Ms. Ruth Moreland caught red-handed munch- ing on a pre-tzc-l during Woods and Water camp- rv. 4 it ilk Q X' 5. is fi X SL -v 2 " r i i -1. .Q K . ' 4 K I 1. If , Q g I Y.-EK t -xr Q., f if it it 5 i f r iiii 45 x ' iii. mix .fx af f . .5 A-E t af Mt fi- "t 4 we 'S . fi rf' . -Q og' K ... rms 1' Qi ,W ' 1 - w S rl Z l 'ip 1' f r W fi l lg, . f fl J ik ' NR' l a E i A wr 5 Senior Pact-setter Melissa Maedgen sing the alma mater during a pep rally P All A .M ,".J X , AX, ll' 'QL Mike Sudderlh Noul Sweenoy Mike Swindlvr David Tanco Pali Tankersley John Taylor Mark Taylor Paul Taylor Deborah Teaguf- Tracey Tvrry Kelli Tettleton Clifton Thomason ,lohn Thompson Scott Thompson Suzi Thompson Barry Timms Mary Ann Tobias Deric Tolleson Johnny Torres Dwayne Townsend Scott Trasper Roddy Truesdell Cayla Trueti Shevaun Tuerck Tammy Turner Terri Tulle Deborah Tyler Stacy Tyler Steve Tyler Juniors 209 .lvrry Umphress Kenneth Uruste .lay Vande-rgrilf Greg Van Lehn David Vaughan Mindy Veasey Liz Ve-rcher Cheryl Vessells Danny Villanueva .lames Wade Eddie Watford Barry Walker Cindy Walker Kathy Walker Tammy Walker Paula Wall Becky Wallace Wayland Walls Jim Watson Melissa Weatherly Chris Weaver Rob Webb Sherry West Steve West Greg Westmoreland Cyndi Whitaker 210 Juniors 'L 19 J xxx W ,fr A ww W t X., Sf , ff: Ann Russel, juninr, displays the quickest way to get to class with her retract- able roller skate shoes. 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Lisa Czar Evelyn Bauer, and Cindy Marshall, Left lo right, mzaivh up on the latest gossip in the newspaper room. ,f S3 14 1 W aff D- a 5 L sg A ' is 1' W l it W A 4:'.i - fm i, ' ' ' 5 Lk a--1 . no-as gf' , auf Carol White Laura Whitf- Mirhelle White Renea White Rhonda Whitten Bobby Wilhanks Cindy Wilburn Duane Wilooxen Ray Willard David Williams Kay Williams Krystal Williams Larraine Williams Mark Williams Ronald Williams Ruth Williams Mark Willis David Wilson Diann Wilson Mvlanie Wilson Sandy Wilson Linda Winner Dawn Witte Brad Wood Rhonda Wood Donald Woodall Juniors 211 l Karole Wright L Casey Wynn C Gary Yarbrough Karla Yarbrough: ii YV af Rhonda Arwine Robert Abarquez CharlesAshmore Anthony Bailey Pia Ballentine .foe Barker Debbie Boren Ricardo Bravo David Britton Mary Butcher Debra Cain Lori Campa Ronald Campbell Luvia Campos Pat Clark .limmy Clay Kelly Chay David Cole Tina Cook R Barry Cooper a Shannon Duekworlh Micheal Durrett L Erie Eames Alan Evans Leland Frantz Mark Furmen Karen Garrett Cathy Hilburni Mark Hill Edward Holi - Christopher Howell Albert .limenez Samuel Kelly R Kelly Kidd Bruce Lankford Marcus Layer 212 Juniors No Photos Willis Lewis 'Rhonda Lindsey .lohn Lippincott Rhonda McKay Mary Mottwiler Scott Norris Tommy Oliver Patrick Olson Floyd Osteen Randy Paddock Jason Pennington Mark Peters William Reaves Colin Reeves Gonsalo Rendon .lohn Reneau Mark Ries Deborah Rios Rusty Robertson Debra Rodriquez Louis Rodriquez Karen Schwing Donna Smith Roger Solomon Rhonda Springer Charles Stark Warren Swann Kenneth Taylor Katherine Trevan Kelly Vaughn Wayne Ware Gary Watkins Charles Weaver Lisa Wilson Buddy Wren than - Suzanne Yarbrough Jeff Youngblood R Steven Zook Ms. Vinson displays her slide-rule T-shirt while her students stand behind her r""N HOMEMAKING CLASS -W Sammy Massey and Stewart Moss exhibit their projects - jog suits. Both juniors are students in Mrs. Prater's class i i ' FEATURED JUNIORS - Sabrina Campbell has been studying ballet six days a week since she was nine years old. The seventeen year old ballerina is pictured, lejl, during ai practice session, Among Sabrina's favorite performance was the fairy tale, Aladdinfs Magic, Lamp, in which she danced the part of the genie, above, Sabrina is a. member of the Dallas Metropolitan ballet and has hopes of obtaining a scholarship with the America Ballet of New York. She plans a prov fessional career' after she finishes college at TCU. At North Mes-' quite, Sabrina is a twirler for the Big Blue Band and has earned :more than 200 trophies, including several state titles. p V V M V pi it ii i ii "'Before they rs pg comes many hyouirslof g xx y S, ppss is hardyyyworkf Jill ,lens s I-L1 s. kills: demonstrates hee eeiii ly 1 quote by her hard rworla i 11- -si i and devotion to a model-1 if t " ing career. ,lilli is cur-' ' ' rently modeling for the W t M Barbiaon Sehool of Mod-ii eling, Her television ff' it A jx workshop allows her to .A f meet many interesting, ilt ff' -vi K. -,X i people. .lill also says that q p .t'i .ts e l K. ' t she learns 'much about i WM 5 11 2A K' fi' if V V " herself and thepeople' S ii iiii ii ',i ii i i 1 V' - Qfxf' soil ! ,Q ' around her.'She Plans to i i s W" We 3 C3'eeff0ffmi'di?1'i i. phqk r r.,,s, ir., p.,.q,p Jrl X y mg, , ty E H ip ,',,' eniors Look THE 1979 SENIOR CLASS - This year the senior class sponsored two assemblies: the Rick Presley assembly and the assembly on advertisements. There was also a break- fast planned after the prom and a senior picnic was set up at Flag Pole Hill by John Pena and the officers. The officers have also planned a senior class reunion in five years. The senior goal this year was to buy a portable minicam for the band, baseball and other organizations who could make use of one. The senior class officers are pic- tured above: Alex Thornburg, President, leftg Sonya Brooks, Secretary, centerg Paul Nichols, Vice President, right. 214 Seniors Toward Future . 5 . ,,. Y ,e t A G 1 4, . Q.: ' if LW-H'-SK l. l i tiyyt i l i Above are pictured just a few of the seniorsg Betsy Fox, top leftg Joey Rodriquez, top right: Carol Eoff, bottom leftg and Adrian Booker, bottom right. Throughout this section you will see different seniors doing things they like to do and reading profiles about them -- profiles that show the many sides of the "top,' class. ' Seniors 215 216 Smiom h o s F 1 David Adams Jennifer Adams Julie Ann Adams Julie Adams Keith Adams Veronica Aldas Bobby Alexander Cary Allen Cary Allen John Allen Donna Allsup Kevin Ashmore Kenneth Ayers Lisa Bailey Mark Baker Andy Barefield N,-f -ee -af Mike Bames Alan Bames Deborah Baty 4, ,,,,, ,C Evelyn Bauer Micki Baugh Bobby Beard Brad Beavers Jeff Benford Denise Bermett Teri Berg Joe Bertrand Camille Biggerstaff David Adams f5fllf61l Football 4 yrs, FCA, FHA. Fresh. Basketball, Trailblazer Award Jennifer Adams f9!24-X601 Unity, Chorale Outstanding Soph. All Region, Thespian, JV Drill Latin Club, Blue Brigade Julie Ann Adams Q12!13!60l JV Drill, Blue Brigade Officer. FHA. FCA. Young Life Julie Adams l4f23!61j French Club Officer, Band, Marching Fresh, Honors Keith Lynn Adams l3!9!61J Varsity Football 2 yrs, Varsity Track, Symphonic Orches- tra 4 yrs, FHA, FCA, Young Life, Ir Class Pres Veronica Aldas f3f10!61i Blue Brigade, FHA, Spanish Club Bobby Alexander Basketball, JV, Fresh Gary Allen f1!31 X605 Orchestra All-Region, Band, FHA Cary Allen f1Of25f60J Football, JV, Fresh, JV Baseball, Spanish Club, FCA Kevin Ashmore f9!13!61j Orchestra 4 yrs, Orchestra Officer Annual Staff Photogra- pher 2 yrs Andy Barefield f1f9!61j Sr Favorite, Spanish Club VP, FHA Treasurer, FCA, Var- sity Football Mike Barnes f12!10!60j Football 4 yrs, FCA Alan Bames l11!12!61J TIASA 2 yrs, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Orchestra, Sci- ence Club Deborah Bat! f12!4!60J Swim Team 3 yrs, oung Life Evelyn Bauer f5!17!61j Pony Xpress Editor, National Honor Society, French Club Micki Bau h f9!1!61j Track 3 yrs, JYFDrill, Blue Brigade, DE - VP, FHA, Stu- dent Council Bobby Beard Footbal 4- yrs, Basketball 2 yrs, French Club, FCA, FHA, Baseball Brad Beavers Q! 11 X611 FHA, VICA officer - Treasurer, TIASA, Rodeo Team Jeff Benford t5!9!61J FHA, Woods 81 Water Club Officer, Spanish Club, Soccer, Football Teri Berg f8f5f6l1 French Club, HOCF, FHA Camille Biggerstaff t8!10f61j Band Sweetheart, Band, 3 yrs Honors, Marching, Fresh, Stallionaire Drum Corp, Treasurer of Big Blue, VOE! OEA, FHA, FTA, Spanish Club Seniors 21 7 David Cook and Vanna Way in this years musical "Oklahoma" fv,,,,,!Wf, ' I 16 f 2 '7 in Here David is doing a flip for joy at the North Mesquite-Corsicana Homecoming game. ' David Cook is a member of Chorale and Unity. He had one of the leads in this years musical production "Oklahoma" David loves all sports but spends most of his time playing his guitar and singing. David will be touring Europe in July with a youth choir. He then plans to go to South- west Texas State University and major in music and voice. 218 Seniors Debbie Birdsong Ali Bizhannia Jennie Blackwood Barry Blair Rosanne Blankenship Tonuny Blunt Adrian Booker Roxanne Bordelon Mikel Bowers Chris Boyd Judy Boyle Steve Bragg ev -I C 439 .,A, Cindy Brewer Sara Brewster Sonya Brooks Greg Brown Mark Brown Mary Brown .pf ""...,,.17 Mike Brown Pamela Brunet Allison Brunson F15 I , ,, Angela Bryan Dorothy Buchanan Jeff Bueltel Debbie Birdsong Q11 f11!60J Homeroming Queen. Majors-ttf'. 3 yrs Varsity He-ad Fresh- man, Band, 3 vrs Honor. Frr-sh NHS, NJHS, FHA. Span- ish Club. 3 yrsiOrc'hestra Ba Blair 111177613 BandFVarsity. Fresh, Spanish Club Rosanne Blankenship l.V. Drill. FHA. HECE I. French Club Tommy Blunt q7f17f61y VICA Sec. FCA, Football, ICT, TIASA Adrian Booker l3!5!61j Pony Exprrfss. Editor, The-spian Historian, Band, Fresh, Honors, Nvwspaper Staff, 3 yrs.. FHA Cl Club, NMFL Roxanne Bordelon l5f20!61l HOCT. Treasurer, Blue Brigade Chris Boyd l1!4-X611 Football, Frvsh. Soph, FHA. FCA, NHS Judy Boyle f1!16!61j Trark 2 yrs, FHA 2 yrs, FCA Steve Bragg f12!27!60J Football, Vars1ty,,lV, FCA Vim--Pres. Cindly Brewer f3!12!61l Cvirl's askotball, FHA, Spanish Club Sara Brewster f1f 13! 621 ass Offiwr, Art Choir, All-Area, All-Region, Chorale. Arappf-lla, Fresh, JV Drill, Blue Brigade, Frenrh Club, Soir-me Club Sonya Brooks Chora e - Secretary, French Club, Scnio retary of Senior Class Mary Brown Choir 4 yrs, Spanish Club 2 yrs, FHA 2 yrs Pam Bmnet Q1 1 !6!60j r Favorite, Soc- Frenrh Club, Varsity Chmfrleadr-r, JV Chevrleador, FHA, Blue Brigade, Soph Vice-Pres Allison Brunson l5f5!61j Band, Varsity. Honors, Marrhing Jeff Bueltel l5!6!61J Seniors 21 9 220 Smiors , . af- . .. K -132: C. .,.. C,,, few Shelly Bukosbe Joel Burchett Edie Burgess Cindy Burkett David Butler Janie Bynum Barbara Cagle Cindy Cain jamye Cain Chad Campbell Lisa Campbell Ricky Campbell Luvia Campos Paula Carlton Cheryl Carter Michael Cassady David Charba Robin Cheek Catherine Chisenhall 'Ctjil' Sieve Chiiielldell Edward Choate Laura Clay W '11, aff. Steve Cockrell ,lay Cogswell Carla Combs Roger Comstock Elizabeth Conner Carla Conover Edie Burgess l1O!19!60j Varsity Cheerleader. Fresh Cheerleader. NJHS, Blue Bri gade. Spanish Club, FCA Cindy Burkett Q2!2Of62J Band. reneh Club. JV Drill, Fresh Choir. Orchestra, Hon on Band. Flag Corps Capt. Annual Staff David Butler l9f25f6lJ Fresh Football. Cerman Club. ROTC. FHA Janie-Bynum f3f2f62j Art Club 'ire Pres. NHS See. NJHS. Literary Mag Staff Seienee Club Barbara Ca le l3f21f61l VOCT ReportergV Drill. FHA Cindy Cain ,IV Dri l. FHA. Freneh Club Jamye Cain l6!1!61l JV Drill. Blue Brigade, FHA Offieer. VOE. FCA Chad Camgbell Q7fl7f6ll VICA. TIASA. 'nods and W'aterS Club Lisa Camgbell f10!6!60l NHS, NJHS, HA, HOCT. ,IV Drill. Choir. Blue Brigade Spanish Club Paula Carlton f12!15f60J FHA. VOCT Cheryl Carter l1O!13!60j Blue Brigade. JV Drill, Paeesetters. FHA Couneil Member Michael Cassady 141281611 Woods and Waters Club. Band, FHA. Seienee Club David Charba f2f9f6ll Varsity Tennis. VICA Catherine Chisenhall 19!2lf60J FHA. JV Drill. Blue Brigade, Paeesetters Steve Chittenden l9f5f60l FCA. FHA, Athletie Trainer. Football 4 yrs Varsity Base ball. Fresh.. JV. Basketball Edward Choate f11!5!60l NJHS. Newspaper Staff. Student Couneil. Golf Team Laura Clay l3f9f61J Band, Honors, Fresh. Freneh Club. Clio Club, Art Club FHA. NMFL Ja Co swell l12!6!6Ol DECEX ll, PEL. FHA. TIASA Carla Combs l9!3!60J Choir, Chorale. Aeappella. Freshman. Blue Brigade Roger Comstock 18!l6!61l Latin Club. FHA Elizabeth Conner l5!15!61l Blue Brigade, Band, FHA Carla Conover l8!16!61j Paresetters. Sports Trainer. Varsity Volleyball, FCA - Treas, Student Couneil. PE Award. Annual Staff, JV Drill Freshman Choir Seniors 221 222 Seniors if 1 Q Nw--'M' David Cook Pam Cooper Cyndi Cook -nfl , W4 Cathy Covington ww Sue Schulgen lilu-s rhoir. Alan:-ing, mater skiing and painting. She- is pre-sidvnt of Chorale' and a lhn-4' yvar ' ' me-mb:-r of Unity. Sue plans to go lo a junior 1-allege ' likm- Eastfield or Riuhland. ller goal is lu be a Distrim-t A 1 Manage-r in some- lmsinf-ss. Crystal Crittenden Rodney Corley 1 Marla Crecelius YM? Terri Cron Donna Crumley Timothy Culver Jerry Cutright Alan Dailey N fl W? v Q - 4 .fs y .Q F 'Is F- , W ii Q 4l. - S- Brad Dalton Tammy Daniels Deanna David Carol Davies Barry Davis Jack Davis ai 3 t 4 , Kathryn Davis Ken Davis Beverly Day 35' , if 4 ' 'I ., James DeFate Deborah Dempsey Carol Dennis Cyndi Cook 14-21-611 Band. Varsity. Honors. Symphouii' VP. Stage. Pony' Express Assoviate Editor, FCA. Thvspians David Cook l9fl3f60l Chorale. Unity. All-Region. and Fresh Choir, Varsity Track. FHA. FCA. "Oklahoma" Pam Cooper 11 1f16!60i Blue Brigade. JV Drill. FHA Marla Crecelius l7f24-X611 Band, Honors. Big Blue Lieut. Stage. Fri-nrh Club. FHA, Svienre Club. Orvhestra. NHS Crystal Crittenden f5!4!6lj Band, Fresh. Big Blue, Honor. Blue Brigade, Viva, VP. VlCA Treasurer. FHA Terri Cron i4!2!61J Art Club, Band 4 yrs, FHA Donna Crumley Q11f29!60J Cross Country' - 4 yrs 7 Captain. Traek 4 yrs, FHA. FCA, Latin Club Timothlry Culver Q81 14-X601 Track, NJ S. NHS. Student Couneil. FHA Alan Daile i3!17!61i Football 2 yrs Yarsity. JV and Fresh. FHA Chapter Presi- dent. Spanish Club. FCA Brad Dalton Football 2 yrs. FHA, Woods and Water Club Tammy Daniels f12f27!60j Thespian Pres. NMFL Pres and VP Latin Club Ser, NHS, Pacesetters. Blue Brigade, JV Drill. Double Honor Bar Thespian Deanna David Blue Brigade Officer, JV Drill. FHA, Paeesetters 2 yrs Carol Davies i10!19!60l Concert Choir. FCA Student Council Resp, Blue Brigade Barry Davis f5!13f61l Tennis Team, Teachers Aid. Offire Worker Chris Davis i9!9!61j Basketball 71V and Fresh. Freni-h Club. FCA Kathvm Davis Band.J Drill. Blue Brigade, FHA Ken Davis FHA. Young Life. Spanish Club. Mediral Explorers ,leanene Day i1!7f61l Freshman Track, Blue Brigade. JY Cheerleader, FHA James DeFate NHS 2 Yrs. Tennis Team 3 Yrs. Offit-e Worker Deborah Demgwsey U2! 19! 591 FHA, Spanish Club. hespians Carol Dennis i1O!27!61l Young Life. Science Club. No Sense Slioe Rule l year Choir. Avapella Fresh. Spanish Club 2 Yrs. NJHS 2 Yrs. NHS 2 Yrs, Four yrs Letterman Colf Seniors 223 224 Seniors Rhonda Denton Debra Douglas Jay Drake Becky Duckworth ' Randy Duckworth Jason Dulaney Elizabeth Dunivan Douglas Dunn Alesia Dye Curtis Earheart Cay Elkins Perry Elliot Carl Ellis Kathi Ellis Carol Eoff Wes Evans f, 7131? , ' i-1 is ,av Randy Fallwell Angie Farrell Morriss Fergason SW -fill' 'UV Lori Feuerbacher Candi Fitzgerald Tammie Fleming if-'api v- -gr Karen F lowe Charlene Foster Besty Fox Charles Fox Kimberly Fox Ronnie Fox Debra Douglas 151131611 Junior Vive--Presiflent. Choir ollieer 3 yrs, JV Drill. C-er- man Club. Young Lite Jay Drake 1111231601 National Hollor Soeiety. S1'lt'f'tt'4'Clllll, Tl.-KSA Becky Duckworth 181241611 FHA. Basketball. Drill Team. Library Worker Jason Dulaney 1101211601 Student Couneil. Seienee Club. Math Club. German Club. NHS 4 VP Douglas Dunn 181 121611 lab Band. FFA Alesia Dye 11121611 VOF Sevretary. Fresh Choir Curtis Earhart 14121611 Football. Varsity.1V, B-team. Fresh. FCA. Freneh Club Gay Elkins 6 Volleyball, FHA. Track, DEI, PECA Perry Elliot 1121101601 Basketball 4- yrs. Trailblazer Basketball Award. FCA. FHA, Spanish Club Kathi Ellis 112181601 Blue Brigade, VOE, FHA Carol Hoff Blur- Brigade, JV Drill, FHA Wes Evans FHA Angie Farrell CVA . VOCT Treasurer, FHA Morriss Fergason 110131601 Football. Fresh, -team, Varsity, Spanish Club, FHA Class President, NHS, FCA, Seienee Club Lori Feuerbacher 18151611 Band. FHA Candi Fitzgerald 161211611 Band, Fresh, onors. DECA. NJHS, FHA, NJS, Student Courleil, Fresh Choir Tammie Flemin 171231611 Blue Brigade, Latin 415111, View President, State Offieer, Seierlee Club. FCA. HOCT. NHS. NJHS. Student of Month Karen Flowe 121201611 Basketball. Track. Volleyball, VUE. OES. FFA. FHA, Woods and Water Club Bets? Fox 181301611 Band, resh, Honors, Blue Brigade. JV Drill, l:ft'll4'llCll1i1, FHA. Orchestra Charles Fox 1121311601 Varsity Football Mgr 2 Yrs, FCA Treasurer 4 yrs. FHA. JV Football, Spanish Club Kim Fox Honors. Band. FHA Ronnie Fox 131171611 FCA. FHA. Woods and Water Club, VICA. ICT. Fresh. Soph Football Seniors 225 226 Swzzinrx 'P' -A V, Y J . , 'I' 7... ,gy 'L - - Tim Francis Mark Franklin Angela Frankum Cindy Frantz David Franzina Tim Furrh Lesa Gaar Hiija Gale Tim Galyon Donna Gammons Gordon Gammons Eddie Garretson Twylla Garrison Sheila Gay Joey Geer Glen Gent rg-sffk Dennis Gerdes Steve Gentry Donald Gerdes i""'W George Giatrakis Nancy Gibson 'ihrmi 1 Playing the guitar. singing, danving, horse--ham-k riding, and writing lvttr-rs are just a few of thc- hobbies of Denise Hipp. Denise' plans to go to Tr-xas Tc-vh to study psychology' and me-ntuaily get a Mastrfs cle-gr:-ex Mark Gideon Theresa Giermann Susan Gilfillan Tim Francis l10f31!60J lnrl. Art Clulm Fulr, Chairman. Art Clulw. Travly Mark Franklin f7!10f61j Fuotliall. .lV. Fr:-sh. Varsity' Golf Cindl-y Frantz f8f8f60J VOF. HA, ll' Drill. Fresh Band. OEA. Blue- Brigadi- David Franzina Q1 X21 X611 Orvhc-stra. Frvnrh Cluim. FHA. Stallionair 3 yrs. Band. Frm-s, Fri-sh Lesa Gaar f10!31!60J Band. FCA. latin Club. Young Lifv. Sricrnw- Clulr. l.itr-r- ary' Mag Staff Hiiia Gale 18!29!60J Tram' '. Cross Country, JV Drill, l1lt11'Brigaflc'Offi1's'r Tim Galyon f3f14f60j FFA S4-1-rm-tary 2 yrs, FFA GI'f'l'ItllLll1tl2 yrs Donna Gammons fl0f19!6Oj FHA. ,IV Drill. Fresh Choir, Blur' Brigade' Eddie Garretson l5!1 1f61l VlCA, FHA Twglla Garrison f2f2f61j NH. , FFA. Latin Club. Spanish Ciuli Sheila Ga f2!19!61J JV Drill, H0811 FHA, Blum' Brigade .Ioey Geer Scif-ric'e'Cii1l1. lnd Arts Clulr Steve Gentry f6f2!6ll Football, JV, Varsity. Trark, FHA. Frvnvh Club, FCA. Varsity Base-lrall, Baslwtlrall. George Giatrakis 411 !2!60J Varsity o4'i't'r. FHA, PIECE. Best Dr:-ssl-il Boy' Nancy Gibson Q1!7!6lJ Farr-svttvrs. NHS. FHA, Spanish Ciuli. Blue' Brigade, JY Drill lnstruvtor Mark Gideon i6!14!61j Football 4 yrs, Trark 4 yrs, FCA, FHA, Tl.-NSA, JY Player of thi- Yi-ar, Rovltf-try Dix Stale' Cliarnp T7 Seniors 22 7 228 Seniors ly ffftfmeghg Q Gina Gish David Gleason Lisa Godfrey Anna Goins ' Lynn Golding Billy Goree Ken Goree Joe Gouge Nathan Graham Carri Grant Kathy Graves Mary Graves . Navi, Cindy Gray Troy Gray Cheryl Grayson Bryan Grenvall Michelle Guigneaux James Gumpert Jeff Guyton is -mr' it 'M Tina Hackett Lisa Hall Randy Hall 19 Gina Hambright Kyle Hampton Ray Hancock Glenda Hanson Deena Harbaugh David Hardin Gina Gish 411151605 FHA, Freshman Choir, NHS David Gleason f5!26!61l Banrl 4, Woods 81 Waters Club Lisa Godfrey t12!l7!60l Bantl 4 yrs. FHA, VOE Pres Anna Marie Goins i1!21 X601 HECE. FHAXHERO. Blue Brigade Lynn Golding f5!17!61j Paeesetters, JV Drill, Blue Brigade, Choir, A Cappella. Fresh, JV Drill lnstruetor, FHA Billy Goree f12f3!60J TIASA. ROTC Ken Goree Varsity Tennis 3 yrs, Woods 81 Waters Club Nathan Graham fl 1 X 11!60J Newspaper Staff - Sports Fmlitor. Varsity Soeeer. Swim Team. FHA Class Offieer. Spanish Club. Band 4 2 yrs. N.lHS Carri Grant f3!18!61j DECA. Spanish Club Kathy Graves QS! 6! 611 Varsity Traeli. FHA Cindy Gray f6!l3!61l Dlfl, ECA l , FHA Couneil Member, FHA. Latin Club, JV Volleyball l yr Troy Gray l9f8f6ll Football 4 yrs. FHA Class Pres 81 Couneil Delegate. FCA. Spanish Club. Woods 81 Water Club, S4-ienee Club, NHS Ch l G 8!22!60 faysonf ' Bryan A. Grenvall t9!10!60J Stage Band. NMFL, Debate James Gurgpert German Club. oods 81 Water Club. FHA Jeff Guyton t6!12!61j Young Life. Golf. Baseball, FHA, Spanish Club Tina Hackett t1!27!61J Art Club. FHA Lisa Hall l6f26f6lj Nat'l Merit Semi-Finalist. Young Life. Seienee Club VP, Art Club Hist. Choir. Aeapella Fresh. Student Couneil. FHA. Blue Brigade. Literary Magazine Staff. NJHS. NHS Gina Hambright 181 26! 601 Choir. FHA, Gffiee Assistant Kyle Hampton t5!l7!61J Seienee Club. panish Club, Rodeo Team David P. Hardin t2f16f61l Football. FCA Seniors 229 230 Swlivr Kim Harrelson Lynette Harrison Randy Harrison Ronova Hartness Ellen Hasley Nancy Hauge Mark Haynes Ronna Heard A M' A UN -sw , 1, -N Ny 1. if 'ur' Steve Heard Jimmie Heflin Steve Heidelberg Tony Henery Brad Herndon Scott Herrington Mike Hervey Barry Hill QQ . Qhi Kymberley Hill Stephanie L. Hill FTF Stephanie Hill Terri Hill I.. 'U Y' , Am Anthony Hilton Denise Hipp Phil Teagle enjoys seuba div- ing, football, basketball, running, and throwing pies in Mr. lVleCoy's face. Phil plans to attend Texas . A8zM and pursue a Vet-Medieine Degree. Philis attitude towards life is "Live, Love and Laugh." Cathy Hohertz James Holley Lynette Harrison ll1!4!60J German Club Randy Harrison l9f24f60l Natl Honor Soeiety, Band. Stage Band Ronova Hartness f8f3!6ll HOCT Parliamenlarian. Natl Honor Soeiely, Cerman Club. Library and Lab Assistant. Clinie Aide Ellen Hasley tl2!27!60J HOCT l, ll Historian, The:-pians Nancy Hau e Ql0!l4!60l NHS, Literary Elagazine, FHA eouneil mem- ber. HOCT, Spanish Club, Blue Brigade Mark Haynes t7f24f6lJ PEL, Traelx and Cross Country, FHA, HERO. HECE Ronna Heard f7f25!6ll JV Drill, FHA. DE, Board offieer. Blue liri- gade, Library Assistant Steve Heard f7!2f61i VlCA!Parliamentarian Jimmie Heflin l3!l7!61J FHA, VICA Steve Heidelberg-Il9!l3!60J G0lfTt'11IIl 4 yrs, Nat'l onor Soeiely, Nat'l .lr Honor Soeiety. VICA. ICT, PEL Tony Henery l4!l1!61j Football, .IV 2 yrs. Fresh, and Varsity FCA. FHA Brad Herndon l4f4!6lJ Varsity Band, Nat'l Honor Society Scott Herrinqgton f10f29!6lj ROTC Battalion ,ommander, Slide rule. Nat'l Honor Soeiety, Number sense, Seienre Club, Student of the Month, Freneh Club Mike Hervey f2!8!61l FFA Adi isor Barry Hill 6f2f6ll Cerman Club. FH.-'UHero. Frosh and .lv fool- ball manager Kymberley Hill t10!31!60J ,IV Drill, Blue rigade, Paeesetter. PEL Stephanie l... Hill f5f2f6ll FHA, FCA, Seienee Club, HOCT l, II, Spanish Club, Clinic' Aide Denise l1!l0!6lj FHA, Freneh nb. Art Club Cathy Hohertz l6f3f61j FTA,l1HA, Art Club JV Drill. Blue Brigade James Holley f6!29f60J DE. DECA Senior 231 232 Svniom Janet Holley Duane Hollifield Brinda Holt Glinda Holt Rodney Holt john Hooper Richard Hopkins Eugene Hough Jimmy Howard Cindy Howse William Hudson Charlotte Hughes David Hughes Alan Hulen Kathy Hunt Brad Hunter Shelli Hunter William Iacovelli Reyna Ince tl ,. 3 .aw-9 Donna Ingram Marietta Innmon Hala Ismail Brenda Jackson Rebecca Jackson Cathleen J anecka ,-,.J -,M ,. ,., v , Steve ,laynes J ill ,Iohannsen Jason Johnson ,lanet Holly tII!19f60J ,lr Cheerleader, Fresh Traek 81 Cross Country, See ot' Fresh Class Duane Hollifield t3!25!6ll Traek Brinda Holt t3!18f61j FHA, Blue Brigade, IV Drill Glinda Holt 431181615 Blue Brigade, latin Club, FHA, FHA Couneil, HOCT - Sentinel Rodney Holt Traek John Hooper t6!l!6lj VlCA, ICT, Band, Orchestra, Tennis Team Richard Hclgkins t9!17!60j Choir, FHA 4 Eugene Hugh t8f26!61j FHA, Fresh Foot all Jimmy Howard t9f3!60j Pony Express Photographer 3 yrs, TIAS, FHA William Hudson t1O!7!60j Latin Club Viee Pres, Seienee Club, FHA David Hughes 18X 9! 60t Football 4 yrs, Baseball 3 yrs. FHA Viee Pres, NMFL, FCA, Spanish Club, Debate Team Brad Hunter t1!17!61j Swim Team Captain, Orehestra Viee Pres, Honors, All Region Woods and Water Club . Shelli Hunter 0213! 601 Freneh Club, Woods and Water Club 3 yrs, FHA William Iacovelli Q21 18!60j FHA, HECE Reyna Ince t8!10!61j Blue Brigade Manager 2 yrs, Art Club, HOCT, FHA Coun- eil, FCA Donna Ingram t9f10!61l Traek Fresh, arsity, FHA, FCA Marietta Innmon t6!19!61J French Club, Honors Band, Orehestra, Fresh Band Hala Ismail 14-X 7! 601 FHA Pres, JV Drill, Girls Soeeer Brenda Jackson Fresh Band, Spanish Club, JV Drill, Spanish Club, Paces- etters, JV Drill lnstr. Cathleen ,Ianecka tl !30f61j FHA, HECE. FCA, Band, Fresh, Varsity Steve ,Iaynes t6f9!61j Choir, Aeappela, Chorale, Spanish Club, Football Jill Johannsen t1!8!60j Band-All-State. Region 81 Region Stage, Stage Band 2 yrs, Choir 2 yrs, Orehestra 2 yrs, French Club, Selet-ted to "Ameriea's Youth in Convert", Featured in "Ameriea,s Outstanding Names and Faces" Jason Johnson Seniom 233 ICT-VICA, Football, Fre N 1 'rf' Y, .sr s Z Britt Johnson Shawn Johnson J' w N " K w Y Y Ka le Williams lows in-in outdoors and Jarlivi latin in s morts. Hvr hoiririvs Y . .. g .. F I . g 5 , an- sw lllllllllltl, vsulvr -kung. snow Sixllllg. running long rilstanrn-s. and danvmg, Kuylv plans lu alla-ml Baylor lu obtain Ll fir-grw in pre--lam. Lavsyrrs and lhvir -V U1l'llp2.lIi0I1 fusriuule' he-r, ami sin- thinks it would iw a wry rhallvnging ami yvl ig N Q rvuurfiing an-rupuliml. M Y A Judy Johnson Patsy johnson ,ape 1--ffv Tricia Johnson Sharon Johnston Calvin J ones Christi Jones 1 H-av James jones Merilee Jones Wendy Jones Willy Jones 23,1 S!'lll.UfS 1 1,49 ' sf t . M, l D'awn Jordan Cary Jordan Patricia Kamps Q.-v James Keel Jo Lynn Keel Jeffrey Keys i t Ralph Kimble Micheal King Danny Kinney David Kirchmeyer Charles Kirk Bruce Knight Britt Johnson l3f22f6lj FI-'A Shawn Johnson tl0!l5!60t Cross Country . FHA. Ba-vlxall. VICA Patsy ,lohnson t3f6f6lt Junior Fuvoritv. Stutlvnt C0un1'il3ir. FHA. Spanish Cluli, JVDrill,l7r1-sliBuml. Young l.il't- Tricia Johnson t12!13!60J Blur- Brigatlv. .IV Drill, FHA. Spanish Clulv Calvin Jones l2f3f6lJ PFt'5lflt'lllA4lX21IN't'll0Ft'l1I'hlFd. All Rvgion lll Christi jones t2f22!6lt Par'f'svtt1'rr-. ,lV Drill. Blur' Brigade-. FHA. FCA. Young life. Spanish Cluli James Jones l8!17!6lt Bust-liall, Varsity. ,lV. All-Distrirt. Numlwr Seri:-in Spanish Cluln Merilee Jones t6!2!6lt Big Blut- lvlurvliing, Hmiorw Bzintl, Frwli. All Region. Flag Corp. Art Clulm. l"re'n1'li Clulr. Sm-rvtury. NHS, NJHS Vim' Pre-siflf-nt. Slatt' Flute- Soloift Wendg Jones t4!17!62t Band. F A. Fri-nvli Clulv D'awn Jordan l3!5!6lJ Pat-1-srtte-rs,.lV Drill. Blut'Brigail1-. Tlivspiam.. FHA VP Gary Jordan tl2!ll!60t Roclvo, FFA Patricia Kamps ll2!2T!6lt Prinriipall Avsurfl. Stutlvnt Counril Pri-a. NHS, Fr:-ririi Club Offiu-r, Literary Mugufinc- Stull. Math Tvuni. Sri:-nw Club. Young Lifv. NMFI. ,lo Lynn Keel lllf8!6lJ Svliolzirsliip Cosrnm-tology lnstruvtor. VICA Rt-porter. JV Drill. FHA Ralelh Kimble ll2f8f60l VIC Pri-s, Fr:-ali lsoollmll Micheal King t7f7!60t TIASA. YICA Danny Kinney l2!l9f6lJ Varsity an-lvall. V ooclf 8: Wutvr Clulv. FHA David Kirchmeyer l1!6f6lJ Band el yrf. 'l'lASA Charles Kirk t9!13!6OJ FHA.HECl-1. HERO Bruce Kni ht t5!l0!60t FHA. DECA. Fgotlnall, Frvsli. JV Seniors 235 236 Seniors Karla Koemer Robin Kouns David Krause Ronda Kuykendall 1 Charles Lacy Ray Lacy Kim Langston Donna Lankford Daniel Lautenslager Stephen Leach Giles Lee Jimmy Lee F' Vw Carl Leonard Glen Leonard jim Lewis Sandy Lewis ff' Q I ww ,fl Q, ru' .yup 1 li r 314 . 1117 4 9 1 "--vw worm.. ,. A W-.,: 2 y , 9' end' f . , I 7:5 42 .. V4 i , , H fv z, in 1 f , - my QW'-2 2 5 ,V Dedicalrion The IQ78-79 Senior Class wifh Hs dedicafion and oufslandinq accompllshrnenls has brouqhf much alfenfion and honor fo Norlh lvlesquife High School. To show our appreclallon, we lhe Annual Shall of I978-79, proudly declloefe fhis edi- 'rion of lhe Trailblazer lo rhe Seniors. wus! KM im.. .sa 1' K- Q . KI , lf, 1 ' ,hx xl 1 , - 9. , Q- 1 L xz Declicalion The I978f79 Senior Class wifh ils dedicalion and oufslanclinq accornplishrnenls has brouqhl much aflenlion and honor To Norlh Mesquile High School. 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M Y' I M T Vila it 'EN 6 Xu " wp 'M J 6 M 55 , If Q I, ' ' I , 2 11, LK ,' 5 " 1'-,A if Q3 'Aw r , HJ ., Q 44 A' f J- " y if! 44 " 'Win if 2' ' 34- Q is nf "7 ,g A 24 A ' X -G - ' M -'f 4 "3 4 in -1 2 1: wg 'L A f gl . ' Jae.. . M f QM 1' -: V - : f X ?r A 5 wh.. :JM H53 H 'Wu as v.,5,'5J nf M K-i , fm ' 'ie H 4' N Q " ! g A 7 ,N Ai ef' M , I if Q F .Q f l 1 ' f f ' 3? ff, 44,57-QL. . U K ' 1 9 w"fi'A 3 5 'fx W H N ' , I-1 w , 1' 'pu , ..,, ' E fd WP ' ' 'WZ ' -' 'ff f, A W5 gg , E if f , f' mag A mi ,. , " A ,Q .. A ,,ai H- Eff 1 . la 4, Ki M f SW' ' ' 51' V V in' if i , - P. E ' Y WYE' - ff? -fi 1 ' A LM A q - 1 ' . g ' f ,9 mfg-V ' J fe , -YY I V, , V fx E. P A W 4 . , 4:7 -.5 Q 24 Y in - ' X 10' 1 :ff Carrie Lilly Ronald Lindsey Connie Little Margaret Lock Guadalupe Lopez Kirby Lowe Randy Lowery Mike Lucas Al Luttrell Nl! Jeff Lynd Paula Lyons Kim Mabry Karla Koerner t8fl8!61J OEA, VOE, FHA, Frcnrh Club Robin Kouns t8f8!61l JV Drill, Paccsctters, Young Lilc, FHA. Art Club David Krause t9!5!60j Football, Varsity, B-Tram, Frcsh, Basketball 2 yrs. Frcnch Club, FCA, FHA, Base-ball Ronda Kuykendall Band, Big Blur, Fresh, Honor's. Stage-, Blur- Brigade. FHA, Office Workvr Charles Lacy t3!l8f6lj VICA. Art Club. P, Hist, FHA Parlm Ray Lacy fl0!6f60j Band, Woods 81 Watcr Club, TlASA Kim Langston t3!lf6ll Fresh, Soph, Pres, Fresh Favorite, Fresh Majorcttc, Band, FCA, FHA, Chccrlcadcr 3 yrs, Art Club, Who's Who in American High Schools, Bluc Brigade, lst Runncr Up Homecoming Court Donna Lankford f4f6!6ll Pacesettcrs Lieut, JV Drill, Blue Brigade, FHA, Young Life, FCA, DECA, HOCT Daniel Lautenslager t6!27!6lj Thespian VP, VICA Drafting VP, NHS, NMFL, Frcnch Club, Double Honor Bar Thcspian Stegmhen Leach tl2f9!60J Art lub, FHA cites Lee q11f26f60y VICA Jimmy Lee t6f10!61J Latin Club, ROTC Glen Leonard t11!21f60j ROTC, TIASA ,lim Lewis f6fl3f6ll All-State Orchcstra, All-Region Orchestra, NHS Sandy Lewis .fl2!2O!60J Stallion Battalion Sweetheart, Vollcyball. JV, Varsity, VOE IOEA Parlm, Math Club, Frcsh Track, NMFL - Sec Ronald Lindsey l9!l6!6lJ Industrial Arts Pres, ROTC Guadalupe Lopez t4!l3!61j Soccer, Cross Country, Track, Spanish Club Pres Kirliy Lowe f3!15!61J FHA reas, Varsity Tennis Randy LOW8l?" tll!l5f60l Basketball, FHA, rcnch Club, Young Lifc, FCA, Woods dz Water Club Mike Lucas tll!7!60j Band Al Luttrell t4f22 X611 Football, Spanish Club, Science Club Jeff Lynd f6f5f6lj FFA, Greenhand. Conducting Team, Treasurer Paula Lyons t10!6f60l HOCT. FHA, HOSA Kim Mabry t8!26!61J Varsity Soccer 3 yrs, FHA, Latin Club, Fresh Choir Seniors 237 Thi. 4-ulllnlriasliv r1-dh:-zulvcl S1-ninr is Cynthia McGowan. Cynlhizfs hoinlrivs .5 im-Imlv diwu dgun-ing, 1-onlxing, Irving in NM plays. ualvhing TV, and drixing H., Melisa Maedgen Karen Manes Charles Mansfield Edith Marcos ik ,a qs-ww.. xi. :fy - Matt Marion Buba Martin Jerry Martinez Cathy Martinez 4 . we 1,3 A ' -u Greg Mashbum Jeff Massey YN 'fm -.1 A -,Q r ,. 1 W Debra May Carla Mayhaw i tifillllllil0XH1illi14'I' '68 Chvxy. X Aflvr Cynthia gfLllillLlll'Si fhc- will start lo murk inthx-A1ln1inislratim1s Dept. of D1-lhi Oil in DKNXIIUIWIIiJLiiiL1h.iil'I' goal is loin-1'0rx14'a rf'1'Fl'l3I'i. N Y 238 Swlliorx Melisa Maedgen l3!17!61l Livut, Pa1'4'se'lte'rs, Fra-sh Chi-vrlvailvr. ,IV Drill. Choir. 4' Choral. Avapvlla. Fresh Sw. Blum' Brigade. N9 . x ii" Charles Mansfield l1!22!61J Dvbatv, NMFI. VP, Cvrman Club. NJHS. NHS. Svic-me Club Edith Marcos l9f8!61l Spanish Club. Band. Sy mph Matt Marion l3!19!61J Football. Frvsh. B-Team. Varsity. Truck. Fresh. Varsity, Baskvtball. Fresh. JV. FCA. Travk "Most Outslanmlingu. Brad Mccullough Mccullough Angela Mccutchen Soph Faxoritv. TIASA. Mr. NMHS. Olfivt- Worker Buba Martin 1611 1!60l Football. FHA Jerry Martinez l1!17!61J Track. Football. FHA, Som-cr. Basketball N35 Cathy Martinez l2!7!61j l DF.l. Spanish Club Debra May l3!26!61l Varsity Smvcr. FHA. Woods and Watvrs Club, Spanish Club, Art Club -ff 'A Carla Mayhaw l6! 22X 613 in . . FHA, Frvnvh Club l t sr' Brad McCull0u?h l11!25f60l Varsity Sovwr, Bam, Fr:-sh Varsity Cunvvrt. Spanish Club. Newspaper Staff 7 Fvaturc' Ftlitor. Dislrirt Soccer Susan McCutchen Larry McCurdy Cindy McDaniel Scoring Champion Lori McCullough l3!7!6ll Choir. FHA. FCA An ela McCutchen l9!27!60l - .I Blueglflrigarlc. PELE Susan McCutchcn l1f2!61j Band. Honors. Frm-sh, Fn-na-h Club. FHA. Liu-rary Maga- zine Staff Michael McDaniels Varsity Golf Team, Spanish Club. TlASA , , , Brenda McFatridge l3!22!61l Michael McDamels Brenda McFatndge Renee McGee FHA' DECA' PEL, Liv.. Sm.-k judging Tmm' G,,...nhand Tre-asurm-r, Chapter Tr:-asurf-r Renee McGee l10!29!60l Fri-nvh Club. FHA, Band. Fri-sh. Symphonic NJHS Cynthia McGowan l5!29!61l 4' Young Life-. Ulla All-Star-Cast, FTA. NMFL, FHA Council X, C M Delegate, Tlu-spianTr1-asurffr 2 yrs. NJHS. NHS Keg' Mcllroy l8f25f61J DE A, Spanish Club. Frvsh Choir. Band, Big Blue-. Little- Blur- . Pamela McKee l7f24f6ll H FHA Count-il Member. Spanish Club. JV Drill Cynthia McGowan Kay Mcllroy Pamela McKee Srfniars 239 2-IO Swniam Cyndi McKinney Greg McLaughlin Lori McMillan Linda McMullen Terri Meadows Lisa Means Travis Meazell Keri Metcalf Edward Mikuda Michelle Miller Shawn Miller Darvl Milligan Brian Mitchell Connie Mitchell Kevin Mitchell Sue Mitchell -71 -Y " 1 A ' ,..f .,. Q:,,f.,f,1, , Michele Molina Lisa Moore Vickie Moore ry tw-.,p1,F 2 is as Cindy Morris Kelly Morris Pam Morris 'ffl' Tammy Morris Tonja Morris Patricia Morrow Kip Muhl Mitch Mullino Kirk Mullis Cyndi McKinney l1O!9!60J Fresh Basketball, Art Club, French Club JV Cheerleader, FHA, Young Life GreQMcLau5hlin l2!19!61l Band, reshman, onors, Marching, Stage Linda McMullen l12! 20X 601 Freshman Choir, Fl-lA Terri Meadows l1l!15!60J FHA, FCA, Varsity Basketball 4 yrs Lisa Means f12!10!60l Newspaper 81 Annual Photographer. Art Club, TIASA - See, Band, Freshman, Varsity, NHS Keri Metcalf f12!22f60l VOCT Sec and Pres Edward Mikuda q10f25f60y Math Club, Slide Rule 3 yrs, Geography Award, NJHS Michelle Miller f3!6!61l Band, Honors, Fresh, Symphonic, French Club, Orchestra Daryl Milli an Q12!08f60J Industrial Arts Club, Spanish Club Brian Mitchell French Club, Art Club, Science Club Connie Mitchell 19X 12!60j FHA, Art Club, Blue Brigade, JV Drill, Paeesetters, 2 yrs Sue Mitchell l1O!28!6Ol FHA, Band, Choir, Chorale, Acappella, Thespians Michele Molina FHA, Fresh Mixed Choir, Blue Brigade Officer, JV Drill, Pacesetters Capt, Teen Personality. Miss NMHS Lisa Moore f9!26!61l French Club, Art Club, Science Club, Literary Magazin: Suiff, NHS Vickie Moore Q2!28!61J Fresh Band, Choir, Golf, FCA, French Club Cindy Morris l4f!l2!61l Choir, Annual Staff Editor, Aceapella, Chorale, Fresh, FHA Class sec, Office WOTkf7F Pam Morris l3!27!61l Freshman, Big Blue FHA, Paeesettcrs, Band, Varsity Majorette Tammy Morris f3f6!60l Blue Brigade, Track, FHA, Class Co-Pres, VOE, OEA Tonja Morris f1!27!61l FHA, FCA, JV Drill, JV Drill Instructor, Paeesetters, Choir, Office Wlorkcr, Track Blue Brigade Officer Patty Morrow 112 f 12! 601 FHA, JV Drill, Blue Brigade, Track Mitch Mullino f3!31f61l Band, Honors Trumpet, Stage, Big Blue, Marching Cap- tain Seniors 24-1 Andrew Munoz Patrick Murray Paul Murray Lisa Myers Keith Adams likes all kinds of sports. H1-'s played Varsity football for 2 years, and ran Varsity trark for 3 years. He is also a member of the Symphonic' Orrhestra and was a daneer in the musical "Oklahoma" Keith plans to attend Baylor University and rereiye a degree in Physival Ed. Health Education. or Recreation. 'F 'YN- ' mf' W J he Michael Neely Subreana Nelson Philip Newby Kellye Newman Stephane Newman Chris Nichols Paul Nichols John Nicholson Andrew Munoz t11!25!60J Cross Country. Travk. FHA. Spanish Club. TIASA. Fri-sb Band. Cl:-it Club Paul Murray l3f22f6ll Bzunl. Stage. Honor. Cboir. Chorale-. Ore-livstru. Spanish Club - Mike Neel t10!20!60l ll, Spanish Club.Pl'lA.TlASA A is lnl A Subreana Nelson f8f22!6ll Kerry Nightingale Nolan Scott 0,0611 FHAfl'lc'ro. Wlouds 81 Watt-r Club. Fri-sb. Band. Soph Travk Philip E. Newby l8f24f6ll VICA iii-1-Pr:-side-nt. l7r4'sh Basl-at-tball Stiphanie Newman llfl7f6ll Co- apt Paf'4'sf'ttr'rs. NMFL, Thvspians. Latin Club. JV Drill. Blue- Brigadi- :N-wifi' Chris B. Nichols l7!29f60l Vim' President Stallion Battalion. FHA Paul Nichols tl0fl8f60l FFA Vim' Prvsirlrnl, Young l.it'i'. FHA. Rodeo Tr-zun FCA, Senior Class Vive President John Nicholson f6fl6f6ll Darrel 0liV8l' JHIIICS Ofl' Emmitt OSICCH NHS. St'if'm'r- Club Secretary. TIASA Rvporte-rfllistorian Kim Nolan f6!25!6ll Pai1'seltc-rs. FHA, ,IV Drillflnstrurtor. Blllf' Brigzuli' Set'- retary. Frm-sh Chr-vrle-aflvr. Frm-sb Trai-k Scott O'Dell Band, Honors Stagv, NHS. FHA. Spunisb Club Darrel Oliver f4f25f61l Basketball 3 years James Orr t11!8!60J Football. FllAfRep0rtc'r Donna Owens t11!16!60J NJHS. German Club. Blur' Brigaaln' Donna Owens Michael Palo Becky Parker Michael Palo t1!8f6ll Basketball Beck Parker f6fl7f6ll NHS. lxgllls. Band. Big Blue. l,ibrarizin. Frm-sb, Honor. Mitzi Partridge llfl6!6ll Frm-nvb Club. FH. . HECK. Cboir, Blum- Brigade. Woods and Water Club Brenda N. Pate t9!23!60l ROTC Battalion. Comrnannlt-r. Color guard. Princess. Riflz- tvam, Captain, Drill Team. Swrr-tary. Spanish Club. OEA. VOE Janet Parrish Mitzi Partridge Brenda Pate Seniors 243 2-I-1 Sf'ni0r.s ' Y Kerry Patrick Toby Patterson Deborah Paugh Chris Payne 1 'Vx NP' Dianna Pearce Jaton Pendergrass Kelly Penny Michele Peoples ax Amy Linda Peterson Janice Petter Pam Peyton Penny Peyton Cathy Phillips Michael Pina Katrina Podany Lannette Porter K5 ,-,f ' 2, Brenda Powell Cheryl Powell Russell Pressley .lames Price Becky Pruitt Mitchell Puckett ...A Chris Purcell Cary Qualls Jane Rader Tracy Rader Vicki Ragsdill Kathy Ramsey Toby Patterson l6!2l X611 Football. TIASA. Spanish Club Dianna Pearce l12!12!60l Pau'st'tlm'rs. Blum' Brigailv. JY Drill. Art Club, FHA Jaton Pendergrass l2!7!6lJ HECK. HERO Kelly Penny l"ac'i'sn'tte'r Offivvr. JY Drill. Blur' llrigaflw. FHA. FCA, Choir, Am'api'lla, Choralv, Frvsh Mixvll. Spanish Club Michele Peoples H-fl5f6ll Choir. Avappvlla l nity. Clioral1'..lY Drill. FHA Linda Peterson l1!31f61l DEA. FHA Janice Petter l8f4!6lJ llECE. FHA - Hvro. ll' Drill, Blur' Brigade' Penny Peyton l10!26f6Ol Fri'sh Clll'l'FlQ'2itlt'I'. Fresh Travis and Cross Country. Yar- sity Vollvyball 7 Most Valuable' Playvr. Soph Class Se'c'ri'- tary. Sluclvnt Counril. Woods anilWat1'r Club. FHA. Blui' Brigade. Latin Club Cathy Phillips ll2!2!60l Bluf' Brigallr. JY Drill Blue Brigailf' Board Oflirvr. FHA. DECA Michael Pina l12fl3f59l Spanish Club 4 Yrs. FHA l Yr. Football Team l Yr. Banil l Yr Katrina Podan l6f20!6ll Blue' Brigade. JV Drill, Choir. Fresh. Unity, Avapvlla Yin' Pres, Chorale' All-Region Lannette Porter l10f7!60J Pa1'e'st'tt4'rs 2 Yrs. JV Drill, FHA 4 Yrs. HFCIC Yr. Blum' Brigaili' Brenda Powell l11f18!60l Blur' Brigaflv, Blue' Brigade' Offivvr. JV Drill. Wonils anil Watvr. FHA James Price Cross Country. Travlx. Cross Country Captain. HERE. FHA Becky Pruitt l10fl6f6Ul Vollvyball. All-Distrivl Svttvr. Volleyball. Captain. Stuilvnt Counvil, Fresh 'l'ram'k, FHA. W ootls and Watvrs Club Mitchell Puckett QTXZZX6 ll Fllllllillll. l'iFt'Ilt'll Cllllt Chris Purcell Haskvtball -l 5 rs 2 Yrs l,i'tti'rn1.1n. FHA Cary Qualls ll1!12!60l Honorablt' fvlvntion All-Dist. 2 Yrs Lc'ttf'rinan Football. Fresh, JY Baslwtball. City Champs Football. Frvsh, Soph I'f,.A. Class Pros FHA. 4 Yrs l.e'ttc'rn1an 'lra4'lt. Distrirt Runner-up -l-10 Relay . Rt'QLltJIl.llQll1lllllt'F Jane Rader l2f5!61l National Honor Sovicly . Spanish Club Tracry Rader l8!T!61l FHA. rvnvli Club. HOCT. Lab Assistant Vicki Ra?sdill ll0f23f60J FHA. JY Dri l. Blue'Briga1li'. Frf'sllTrat'lx Kathv Ramsery t2f25!61J 2 Yrs P1u'n's4'tts'r. HA. FCA. Young Lifv. JY Drill. Blum' Brigailz' Board Uffivvr. Frwsh llantl. Chorale' Choir. FHA Olfiw-r Seniors 2-15 246 Sen iurx ,4- K .A W Danette Rector Steve Redman Kenneth Reed Margie Reynoso 1"':"'V Janice Riekerson Joe Ries Kay Rigdon Tammy Riggs wil, vw I Laurie Riley Vickey Riley .08 Carla Conover is aetive in many sehool funetions. She is a Paeesetter. an athletie trainer for girls sports. treasurer of FCA and Young Life, She's also in FHA and a member of the Stu- clent Connell. Carla falias Wadrllesl plans to go to Baylor University where she will he on the Athletic Traim-r's Staff. She plans to get her B.A. in Scienee anrl an Athletic Trainers Certifieate. Then she will return to Dallas and set up a elinie to rehabilitate injured athletes. 'x-.war Jay Robertson Molly Robertson Danette Rector 13X 19!61J VOE. JV Drill. Blue Brigade Margie Reynoso l10!21!60l FHA 3 yrs. Spanish Club 2 yrs. Offiee Assistant Janice Rickerson FHA. Blue Brigade Tammy Robertson Annette Robinson Jesse Rocha Kay Rigdon Freneh Club T R' l1f27f61l Blii-cilliiiigile-. legiill. Paeesetters l2l FHA Vickey Riley 111 f12!60l FHA, Freneh Club, Fresh Band. Band 4 yrs. NHS Jay Robertson f3!17f60J Football 4 yrs Molly Robertson ffl! 11615 Blue Brigade. JV Drill, Spanish Club. Paeesetters. Student Couneil Rep. Choir, Fresh, Aeapella Tammy Robertson 12X 17!61l VOE, Blue Brigade Russ Roden Karen Rodgers Joey Rodriquez Annette Robinson 15X 91 603 ROTC. FHA, Track, Woods and Water Club Russ Roden l9f15!60l Football 4 yrs, Newspaper Staff, Sports Editor. FCA. TISA, Fresh Traelc Karen Rodgers l8f17!61l FHA, Blue Brigade, Choir Joey Rodricguez Choir. Aeapella yrs, Chorale 1 yr, FHA 7 VP, Spanish Club. Stallion Battalion Pres Frank Rodri uez 14177593 Football. Spanish Club, FCA Frank Rodriquez George Rogers Chris Rosebrock Egiogers Chris Rosebrock 110!15f60j Band. Honors. Stage. Marehing - Lieut Rico Rossi l5!8!61j Latin Club Pres and See. Wood and Water Club, Football 2 y' rs '-J. "ti "" Rana Runnels i9f14f61y Varsity Swimming. Spanish Club, Arapella Choir Rico Rossi Sharon Roushey Randy Runnels Seniors 247 248 Swniors Q, . ' 2 , .. ,-a Carla Russell Dana Russell John Russell Cheryl Sammann Vicki Sampson Vickie Sanborn Jerry Sanchez Becky Santos ww? Patty Saunders Mike Schafer Julie Schuch Sue Schulgen Shannon Schwartz Don Scoggins Keri Self David Settle Rocky Simpson Mike Sinclair Kent Sipes als. ,V ,tg . Clare Skwirz James Sleeper Sheridan Sloan Egg? ii 0 its. "" 'K KH tw 1 it 5' J Dana Smith Jackie Smith Joy Smith A-ri .,.,.. L My Ietz Judson Smith Kevin Smith Lori Smith Carla Russell t6!27f6lJ FHA Dana Russell f5!28!6lJ Art Club, Spanish Club. JV Drill, Blue Brigade Cheryl Sammann f4!18f6ll NJHS, NHS, Band, Honors, Fresh, All-Region, FHA, Spanish Club Vicki Sampson fl2f22f60l DECA, JV Dri , Blue Brigade Offieer. FHA Vickie Sanborn Q5!l6!6ll HECE, FHA, JV Drill, Blue Brigade Jerry Sanchez i3!l5!6lJ Fresh Basketball, Baseball, Varsity, JV, Spanish Club. Woods 81 Water Club Patty Saunders Spanish Club Mike Schafer i3f22!60J Cross Country, Traek, ICT, VlCA. FCA Julie Schuch f3f8!6lJ Blue Brigade, JV Drill, Paeesetters, Choir, Chorale, Unity, Fresh, Young Life, FHA Sue Schulgen f2!28!6ll Choir, All-Area, All-Region, Chorale President, Unity, Pacesetters, JV Drill, Blue Brigade President, Fresh Class VP, NJHS Treasurer Shannon Schwartz f5!25!6ll Paeesetters, JV Drill, Blue Brigade, FHA, Choir Don Scoigins fl1!l6!60J Varsity Foot all, Varsity Baseball, FCA, French Club, Var- sity Traek, Scienee Club, Young Life David Settle U! 2.5! 591 Art Club, Football Rocky Simpson f4f26!61j Choir 4 yrs, Unity, Thespians, Young Life, Football 2 yrs, Science Club, Freneb Club, FCA Mike Sinclair Q6!29f60J Orchestra, Band Kent Sipes fl0!3l!6lJ Chorale, C aplain, Aeappella, Fresh Choir, Spanish Club, TIASA Clare Skwirz Q7!28!6lJ Varsity Golf Team 2 yrs. Freneh Club 2 yrs, FHA Council Member Sheridan Sloan l8!23!6lj Choir, Fresh, Chorale, Varsity Band, FHA, Fresh Banil Dana Smith Q4-f1lf62J FTA See, FHA, Track, Blue Brigade, JV Drill, Spanish Club Jackie Smith Nat'l Jr Honor Soeiety Joy Smith q8f14f61y Pony Express Business Manager, Nat'l Jr Honor Soeiely Judson Smith f1l!26!60J Varsity Traek, Literary Mag Staff, German Club Kevin Smith f7!1l!6lJ Varsity Football, Traek, Baseball, ROTC, Volleyball, FHA Seniors 249 251 I S011 Inrs .. f X xii x as -Q sr 2 m 5. A gs VV XV Ginger Snyder Teresa Souther Teresa Southern Gary Spradling N? Sharon Smothermon Mark Smith Donna Staddler Debbie Stark 11' we-'Q Penny Stembridge Mark Stoldt Lynn Storey Sally Stovall 'wwf Bryan Stoud Terry Sudderth Jim Swieter Elizabeth Swinney 'K Q., Diane Swint Connie Talbert Janah Talley Darlene Tatsch Steven Taylor Phil Teagle y S1 ,pb hu ifk' Lupe' Lnpr-I has bvvn playing sorri-r sinvo' thc age' nf six anil has playvfl for tha- ti-am hr-rv at North Mi-squitt' for threw' yvars. Hr- is yi-ry inynlyml in the- Mesquite'sm't'1'rI'lt1lr. Olympia. The- past summer hi' vyi-nt tn play in an inte-rnational in lVli-xivu City and plans to rr-turn again this summr-r. tin thi- abow pin-- turt-. bv is at an intl-rnational tournamn-nt spnnsnrvil by thi' club.1 Lupe also enjoys studying hispanii' . ulturt- and has takvn Spanish fur four yt-ars. His plans for the- futuri- arc- un:-eyrtain. He- hupvfully will obtain a svholarship in so1'1't'r or he' may possibly trawl tn M4-xiro City anrl stutly thvrv. Sharon Smothermon t2X9X611 ,IV Drill, BlLu'Briga1if' Offiver, FHA. Offivt' Assistant Ginger Snyder t9X10X601 Frvshman Cha-erlvadc-r, Blum- Brigaili- Offim-r. JV Drill. FHA Teresa Souther t12X5X601 FHA 2 Yrs. Fresh Band. DE l. Art Club Gary Spradling t3X29X611 Football. rush. B-Team,,1V. Varsity Travlx. Fresh. Varsity 3 yrs. Ori-ht-stra. FCA. FHA. Cuunvil D1-li-gatm-. TIASA. Offivf- Assistant Donna Staddler t7X18X611 OEA. V015 Historian. Latin Club Debbie Stark t9X7X611 FHA. HECK Mark Stoldt t12X17X601 Football. Varsity 2 yrs. All'Distrit't lsl team. Varsity Basr- ball 2 yrs. Frm-sh Travk, Prinm'ipal's Auarfl. FCA. Spanish Club. FHA Lynn Storey t8X27X611 Letterman Varsity Football 2 yrs. B-Football Fri-sh Foot- ball. FCA. Spanish Sall Stovall BllH'El'1g8lll'. ,IV Drill. Fri-sh Cbnir. FHS 2 yrs. Offim' Assistant. Clin Club Bryan Stroud t3X26X611 Football 4 yrs Jim Swieter t1X10X611 Viva. FFA. TlASA. Football 3 yrs Elizabeth Swinney t5X26X 601 VOF. Trvas. Spanish Clu 1. FHA. 01-TA Club Diane Swint 11 OX31 X611 NHS. HOCF. Rvpnrti-r, FHA. Blll4'BI'lL1-ltlft Darlene Tatsch t8X12X611 Thvspians 3 yrs. Latin Club 2 yrs. Sliilt- rulv. Young: l.ifs-. NMF1.. NHS Steven Taylor 11 X31 X611 Calvulus Math Club. Numb:-r S1-nsv. Slitlr Rulv. S1'i4-nf's- Club, Atlyanrs-cl Svir-ni'm'. NHS Phil Tea le t12X30X601 JR Faynrit4'.q"r4-slt trac-lx. Fri-sh Basin-tliall. Chuir. Choral:- 2 yrs. Unity. All-Rvginn. Fro'sh.,1V Football Sm lllf 251 252 S1711-UFS ff? vs- ' K s Leslie Telker Gary Temple Kevin Terry Lisa Tettleton Becki Thomas Anthony Thomas Steve Thomas Devona Thomason "Sk Susan Thomason Mark Thompson Melody Thompson Ramona Thompson Alex Thornburg ,loo Threat! joe Tilger Mark Tillery .. , .J-,Q F '.'- :Ql .K ii Patricia Torres Teri Travis Gina Tucker Barbara Tunnell Monti Turner Shirel Tyson Brenda Underwood Mike Ussery Cindy Vandergriff Susan Van Hoozer Ana Villalana Wanda Villareal Leslie Telker JV Drill, Frosli Choir. FHA. Frm-li. Drum Major, Blue' Bri- gamlv. FCA G T 1 5118161 nfilgii 2iiT.Iiififi A Kevin Terry tl2flf60i Woods 81 Wat:-r Club. DF. Spanish Club. FHA Lisa Tettleton HECE l. FHAfH1'ro. Woods 8: Wat:-r Club Becki Thomas t7f30!61j Tht-spians. JV Drill. Pact-svttt-rs. FHA. Fri-nvh Club Devona Thomason t9f12!61J 4 yrs Band. Frvnrb Club. FHA Susan Thomason t10! 191613 Cross Country. Trark. Latin Club Mark Thom son t5!9!6li 4 Yrs Football. l:Ili'lA 4 Yrs. Stallion Awartl. Chapter Pres FHA. Frvnrli Club. NHS, NJS Melody Thompson t6! 121611 NHS 2 yn, NMFL Band 2 yrs, Number Sviisv. Sviefnvt Club, Spanish Club. Young l,it'c' Ramona Thompson UQ! l6! 601 FHA. .lV Drill Alex Thomburg tl2!l3f60i Pres Senior Class. Pros FHA. Pri-s NHS. Young Life, Var- sity Football. 2 yrs trark. C4-rman Club. FHA, Dvbatv Tram 3 yrs. NNlFl, Joe Threat! t1!18!61i Basketball. JV. Fresh Joe Tilaser tl2f8f60i Band Vim' resident Stallionairvs, FHA. Fri-nvh Club. Sci 1-nrt' Club, Orrhvstra Mark Tillery t2fl8f6li VICA Teri Travis Band. Frm-sb. Big Biuv, FHA Gina Tucker t3!23!60j HECE l. FHA Barbara Tunnell Spanish Club. FHA, Blue Brigade Shirel Tl-yson t6!l9!6lj Big Blut-. 1-ad Drum Major, Honors Band. NHS. FHA. Latin Club. 0Ft'l1t'SlTH.Sllllll'l1lC0lllN'llRt'lll'l'5t'fll21liY4' Mike Ussery t12!12!60J Travk Cindy Vandergriff t8f24!60i Pam'4's1'tt4'r:- t2i JV rill. Blue Brigade. Art Club f Histo- rian. FHA S1-vrt-tary Wanda Villareal t1l!l0!60i FFA Chapin-r Pri-s. Crt-vnhancl St-rrvtary. Dairy 81 Liu-- stork Judging. Parliamentary Prom-mlurv Team. Show String Rudi-o T4-ani, Baslwtball Seniors 253 -I Svrzinrs Lisa Villarreal Kim Voss Greg Wadle Robert Wagner me Anite Walker Deborah Wantland James Wamer Gaylord Washington Eddie Watson Frank Wayrusa Vanna Way Lawrence Weatherman Barbara Werry Kevin Werry Carrie West Pamela West Rick Westfall Tommy Westmoreland Christina White j W ...,,-gp"N 12 p-ai--iw - 1 David Franzma is president of the Big Blue Band and sr ction lcader of thc Stallionaires ldrum sec- and teaches drums to beginners at a music store. He is also a delivery person at Flowers by Cheryl. I plans to go to college and eontinue his academic and musie training in great hopes of becoming? Well A Something! I? , ,J ,Y T fb ,ll, Richard Whitehead Terri Wicks Sheri Wild Deborah Wantland i10f17!611 DECA, HOCT. HERO 4 FHA, Choir James Warner Tennis Team Q31 Gaylord Washington l8! 30X 611 Band, Big Blue, Symphonic, Fresl1.Thespians, FHA Vanna Way l10f30!611 Choir, All Stale, All Region, All Area Aeappella, Thespi- ans, Trailblazer Award, "Oklahoma" Lawrence Weatherman l2!9! 611 Cross Country' Barbara Werry 121 26X 601 Student Council, Blue Brigade, Basketball, Trainer, VOE- OEA, FHA, FCA, Annual Staff Kevin Werry Band- Symphonic, pres., Honors, Marching Pamela West Band Honors, Marching, VOR-OEA. FHA. Spanish Club Carrie West l10!5!611 Fresh, JV cheerleader, Blue Brigade, Sophomore favorite, FHA, French Club, Football Sweetheart, Student Council, Freshman track Rick Westfall lil! 26X 611 Basketball 4 yrs, 2 yrs letterman. FHA. Spanish Club Christina White l12!2!601 Basketball 4 yrs varsity, FCA, Optimist Award, German Club Richard Whitehead l2f2Of611 Basketball, 3 yrs varsity, FCA, French Club Terri Wicks f6!11!611 HOCT l. ll Sheri Wild Swim Team, captain, NHS, Spanish Club, Big Blue Band, Orchestra. Woods 81 Water Club Seniors 255 256 Seniors Debra Wilder James Wilkinson Paula Willard Karen Williams 5 . N' h A A Kayle Williams Rebekah Williams Dale Wilson Gary Wilson --ol Heidi Wilson Donna Winniford Sheri Wisdom Andy Wise Steven Wise David Withrow Michelle Woemer Gail Wohlschlaeger mf SX Debra Wilder t3f25f6ll ' ws-J' Woods and Waters Club, Fresh Basin-tlnall, latin Club, Soccer-lxlterman, Varsity James Wilkinson tlf7!61l FFA, Rodeo Team Paula Willard t11!l3!60J Spanish Club. Blue Brigade, OEA-VOE Pam Wood Karl Wooley Becky Worth Karen Williams 43!15!60, 7 Blue Brigade, OEA, HECA. FHA Kayle Williams 19X 19!60j Cross Country. Track, Honors Band. NHS 4 Tri-as., Spanish Club 4 Treas., FCA, FHA, Soccer, Student Council Rebekah Williams t12! 177603 French Club, Choir Gary Wilson f9!24f60l Newspaper Staff, Band, Svience Club Heidi Wilson t7!29!61l FFA, ROTC, Taetics Team Kenneth Wright Tony Wright Ronnie Yarber gglililifjll Sheri Wisdom f3!24!61l FHA Pres, Voting Delegate, Class Reporter, Area Repre- sentative, VP Annual Staff, FFA, District Representative Stephen Wise ll!5!6ll Spanish Club, Varsity Band, NHS, Science Club W Pres .3 ' Gail Wohlschlaeger 18X 25!61l Latin Club, Band, Honors Orchestra, Student of the Month, NJHS, Literary Magazine Staff, FTA Pam Wood q12f30f60t OEA, FHA. VOE - VP Kenneth Wright t6!1!6ll Spanish Club. FHA, TIASA Melanie Yniguez Gregory York Ricky Zivney W Tony Wright q4f4f61y Industrial Arts Club, Woods and Water Club Ronnie Yarber 14-f29!61l VlCA Parliamentarian, TI ASA, DECA -f Parliamentarian Gregory York flf7!61l NHS, Cir-nce Club, German Club, ROTC Ricky Zivmiy l2fl7f6ll Varsity Track, oothall. Basketball 1 Fresh and Soph. Spanish Club. FCA, FHA Sheri Wild and Debi Baty demonstrate "Happy Days" at NM. Seniors 257 as ,QVCYIE i. fi K in 1 iw s ,L 3 Something Special 0 -i Evelyn Bauer Jason Dulaney Seo!! Herrington Cynthia M1'Gowan These seniors, graduating in the top five and ten per cent of the class, should be highly commended for their efforts. They have undoubtedly earned their positions with a great deal of hard work and dedication. The first eleven spots in the class are held by Melody Thompson, Steve Taylor, John Nicholson, Jason Dulaney, Patricia Kamps, Darlene Tatsch, Charles Mansfield, Steve Wise, Cynthia McGowan, and Tammy Daniels. 260 Honors Roller Comstock Tammy Daniels Carol Dennis jay Drake Tammit' Fleming 109 C997 George Giatrakis Ronova Hartness Patricia Kamps Diflfly LHUWUSIHSCF Sandy Lewis Charles Mansfield Edward Mikuda U53 M0011 John Nicholson Darlene Tatseh Steve Taylor John Thompson Melody Thompson Alex Thornburg Sheri Wild Steve Wise Gail Wohlschlaeger Greg York HO ORS Chris Boyd Jane Bynum Lisa Campbell Marla Crecelius James DeFate Alesia Dye Carol Eoff Morriss Fe rgason Twylla Garrison Nancy Gibson Lisa Hall Steve Heidelberg Merilee Jones Gina Jordan Kim Langston Edith Marcos Lisa Means Scott O'Dell Donna Owens Becky Parker Linda Peterson Elizabeth Rader Cheryl Sammann Lori Smith Connie Swim Phillip Teagle Gary Temple Kayle Williams Deborah Birdsong Barry Blair Honors 261 Melody's if f 3 5 ' -:,.x , , 'F 55 9 .ox ,,. U n f .- M ,VM my ve- N ' 'T .Y " 6 va. . if H9' 'af l . , ., 1'Q'3fl"l91 L mg" .9 wif 1' 'W in X-M V -rw ,cyx is f' , we 1 v U """"3i'?lV?f 2 . W ..z. when Mr. Chilton told her that she was doesn't feel any different. and work on a double major in math and computers Sclence Club and or somethmg else at all .44 Steve's 4112 E E Q ? Q 3 ? SXT? The Football Award was given to David "Moose" Adams. David likes all sports but has a special interest in football and basketball. David received a football scholar- ship for four years. Two at Henderson County Jr. College and two at Baylor University. He plans to major in Business Administration. Q-L... This year's choir award goes to Vanna Way. She has been in Unity three years and in Chorale for two years. She played the lead in the year's musical "Oklahoma" Besides receiving the Trailblazer Award she also received the Arion Award, the Departmental Award and was voted Outstand- ing Choir Member in Chorale. 264 Trailblazer Awards TRAILBLAZER The Personality Award went to Phil Teagle. You know Phil must have been friendly to everyone because every other day someone was singing happy birthday to him. Whether it was in the choir room, in the lunch room, or just in the hall, Phil was always having a birthday. But seri- ously Phil Teagle seems to be friendly to everyone. The band award has been given to Jill Iohannsen. Jill has been an outstanding band student all the way through high school. She was in the big Blue Band and Stage Band. She also made the TMEA All-State Band two consecutive years. She also received the Department Award. AW RDS l 5. ! Perry Elliot and Tina White both deserve this year's Basketball Award. They have both played basketball all four years at North Mesquite and have done a great job. The soccer award goes to Kim Mabry and George Cia- trakis. George got best offensive player award for the sec- ond year in a row. Kim and George have both been on the NM Soccer Team for their entire four years at North Mes- quite. This year's drama award goes to Rocky Simpson. His face has become very familiar to the North Mesquite stage. He performed his first major role as a testy land-lord in "They'd Hang You in Nashvillef' His second role was in the musical "Oklahoma" as Jud. Rocky is also in Unity and served as Vice President of Chorale. ' i Q Q t ti The track award goes to Donna Crumley and Ricky Ziv- ney. They have both been on the track team for four years at North Mesquite. They are both outstanding in this field. Trailblazer A wards 265 A ., .V.... A .-" - .-.-. ,'.- 5 Q xx Q g-. Rick New - gggfprfe K , ' wg? A a fr af Q X3 aeae a 'x ' .5 K. 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Ovi 5 5 If lx E x I 1, Student tudent Life . l11t'I1 ,ic-L1 . or 1 1-squi e- is av ive- as wc- as un. e ow: ep anie e us a is s own Qrl1If1'Y1lM 1 1 ll f Bl Sth DRh h prac-living for Pave-S1-lie-rtryouts. one- of lhf- mort- 4-ornpc-titixv arc-as. Toward lhf- middle- of the pagi- is Terri Jones ufte-r a Dislrir-I me-ct on April 5-6 at Hanlvy Stadium in which she- won sec-ond place- il1lhf'lllil4'Y'C'l2ly. f:E5Jf 'f:. -N-: ,. fr. , 1-r i ff, .-', wif-'uf ,rw 'i W JXMWI Q lurid ,Q A V-,ty V, 1 , 1 rrrr r , rwr ,rrr l r if 5'z":-555, ,,,,,M. xi'-DP 27-1 Slurlxfnl Lzff' ,171 W' , ll ? ' I YI 'Qi , 'H ,iff Student Life 275 E s 4 1 E I if X1 Qi ?i E s Zi O 1 W Q? fi 52 V Q: 5 6: E 1 E 5 Q5 is J if fi 5? Q S W, 31: iff 2 v 2 ' .- ' ' ' ' - 9 . ' ' f ' ,.: ' 1 "lf7,"', .QL -- I w View WY-ilwiflf?iNI9WHi,K?Q1A-H2-if wif"-,,i?5fi.ll5'5Wi.: 'f-N525-, QEEVSW -'T-'fllfflif 'l,?f.f?L4.-'fr'iKLfSA:wi g ...,.. 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Something Beautiful for Everyoneg Jewelers Since I9 I 4 Zum 52114 Jnaff Use one of Corrigan s convemenf charge plans or Maul and Phone Inquarles InvrIecI I2 I4I 66I 9490 American Express, VISA, Masler Charge. 280 Adl'6'I'll'S877l6fll Jim jkompdon Moci a led REAL ESTATE 3349 N HIGHWAY 67 SUITE A MESQUITE TEXAS 75150 214 279 2929 Smce 1959 These words deserve sharmg wlth others Today IS Here IT S TIME TO DO WHAT YOU PLANNED ON YESTERDAY Today IS here I will start with a smlle and resolve to be agreeable I w1ll not crltlclze I refuse to waste my valuable time Today has one thlng ln whlch I know I am equal wlth other tlmes All of us draw the same salary ln seconds mlnutes hours Today I will not waste my tlme because the mlnutes I wasted yesterday are as lost as a vanlshed thought Today I refuse to spend tlme worrying about what mlght happen I am golng to spend my tlme makmg thmgs happen Todav I am determined to study to Improve myself for tomorrow I may be wanted and I must not be found lackmg Today I begun by doing and not by wasting my tlme In one week I wxll be mules beyond the person Iam today Today I will not Imagine what I would do lf thmgs were different They are not dlfferent I will make success wlth the materlal I have Today I wlll stop saymg If I had tlme for I never wlll fmd tlme for anythmg If I want t1me I must take xt Today I will act toward other people as though this mlght be my last day on earth I w1ll not Wall for tomorrow never comes 4- SIMPLE POWERFUL WORDS One of the largest Real Estate franchlses ln th1s country dream study plan ACT began on a paper napkm ln a restaurant You may have heard of them Century 21 ,hm Thompson ASSOCIHICS Realtors would llke to w1sh the students at North Mesquite Hlgh School the best always 1n llfe and ln the business world' Marlanne Thompson Realtor Assoclate N M H S Graduate ' 1 n f n s , , , , . 1 1 ' , . , v , . . 1 - s - - H ' sv - re - - as K 9 v 1 , . 1 1 1 1 - ' , , Advertisements 281 r YW?-f f -4 'I r 0 Ln THE murv or nowsns ADORN YOUR WEDDING DAY I 's gy?-w FlowerJ if 5 X W 1 0, f 1' . .103 K 1492-CQ Wx 94 1+ mia, :L effxi 279 1109 .9 WJ!!-I 1, R, yX,,k M xtiw' 'Mak !,pqRYJ-3' Cheryl Copeland 'X-IJ v Ju wedding Consultant 'R NAME Wu+h Class by R. 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Q, ss lk," .mm V. . i ,- - ,,..Wi , ,Q QW Q ig 1 0 Q. 12 P i 288 Ad1'erlisf'men1 -1 -.L Advertisemeni 289 -is 1 3 Q L,:4f . ,,,. , .,,S,, . Q g o u 0 Q , . On eleqtrlq it Ulf C0l1dIfl0l1II19 Air conditioning provides lots of comfort during the summer months, but for many thousands of homeowners it is also the biggest factor in the cost of electricity. On the average, air conditioning accounts for about half of summertime electric bills. Here are ways you can hold down the cost of air conditioning and still enjoy its comfort. Central Systems 1. Set thermostat on 783, or higher, during the summer. Turn unit off if you'll be away from home several days. 2. Keep equipment at top operating efficiency. Have it checked seasonally by qualified seniiceman. 3. Check filter every 30 days. Dirty filters cause equipment to use excessive electricity. lf filter is permanent, clean by manufacturers directionsg if its disposable, it should be replaced when dirty. 4. Keep furniture, draperies away from air outlets and returns. Clean grills often. 5. Close draperies and blinds to keep out direct sunlight. 6. Keep fireplace damper closed. 7. Proper home insulation keeps the heat out, cuts energy use. Insulation questions? Call TP8tL. 8. Shade on roof and walls can reduce energy needed to cool. But trim trees, shrubs away from outside compressor unit. Keep it free of leaves, debris. If air flow is blocked, unit uses more energy. ,z .. :I 1 1 W 2 'I assefff era' gi ,c 4 Q2 A 60 70 80 90 X NXXXXX 9. Weatherstrip doors and windows, caulk cracks to prevent drafts and cool air loss. 10. Keep windows closed. Open outside doors as little as possible. Window Units Follow above suggestions, plus these: 11. Buy units with highest "energy efficiency ratio" QEEFZJ. Uses less electricity to cool. If EER is not on sales tag, ask for it orfigure it yourself. Divide "wattage" into 'BTU' capacity. Both figures are on unit. 12. Place unit where it'll get as little direct sun as possible. 13. Aim air outlets at lower half of doorway to next room to allow warm air from that room to enter at the doortop for recooling, recirculation. 14. Never vent air conditioner into garage. Ventilation is usually too poor for top performance of your unit. Conserve electricity and you help conserve one or more of the fuels needed to produce it. Conserve fuels and you help assure that there will be enough to meet essential needs for electricity in the future. When you pass a TP8tL office, warehouse, generating plant or other facility, you'll see that we've turned off all non-essential lighting. And, in as many other ways as possible, TP8tL is reducing its own uses of electricity. If you would like additional information on conserving electricity, call the Customer Service Representative in the TP81L Office. TEXAS POWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility 790 4lflI'l'fl.Yl'I71l'flfS favff' flfffi we ,, flfvf f fi-aff -,f.,, , if if A ' ' - N if--Wg., s .1 A - 4..,, i , vw' iv'-53151-L V V J f ff ,. , , 5 if xxx 4 'ifg,, W9 -, 2 k I -ia' f . ,, ' E R -gc fu, J is ,fl QQ Q7 r.. ,L- I I 1 r v 7 . 1 R J 1 Lookin Up AARON, KIMBERLY 150 ABBOTT, KATE 150 ABBRUZZI-TSE, FRANK 166 ABERNATHY, JAMES 166 ABERNATHY, PAUL 166 ACKER, JOHN 150, 180, 83, 91 ADAIR, LLOYDANN 188 ADAMS, BRAD 150, 159, 83 ADAMS, DAVID 216, 81, 264 ADAMS, JANET 23, 166, 69 ADAMS, JEFF 134 ADAMS, JENNIFER 21, 22, 216, 44 ADAMS, JILL 188, 66 ADAMS,Jl'LlE 216 ADAMS,Jl'LlE 34, 166, 60 ADAMS, JIILIE 216 ADAMS, KEITH 216, 242, 81, II6 ADAMS, PENNY 23, 34, 166 ADAMS, SCOTT 150, 39 ADCOCK, MARTHA 134 ADKINS. PAM 166 AERTS, GEERT 188 AERTS, MARK 150 AGEE, SHELLIE 166 AILLS, MARTIN 166 AKIN, DANIEL 83 AKIN, LARRY 164 ALBERS, EDWIN 166 ALBERS, ERIC 150 ALDAS, VERONICA 216 ALDRICH, DAVID 150, 35, 38 Al.EMAN,JACKlE l50 ALEXANDER, BOBBY 216 ALEXANDER, DARLI-:NE 166 ALEXANDER, KATHLEEN 150, 23 ALFERTIG, BRIAN IBB, 104, 105, 69 ALFERTIG, CHRISTY 150 ALLEN, ADA I34 ALLEN, BRIAN 150, 83 ALLEN, CYNTHIA 150 ALLEN, DEBORAH 33, 188 ALLEN, GARY 216 ALLEN, GARY 216 ALLEN, JAMES 83 ALLEN,JAMES 150 ALLEN, JOHN 216 ALLEN, JOHNNY 166 ALLEN, KAREN 134 ALLEN, KARI 150 ALLEN, MIKE 134 ALLEN, PAMELA 188 ALLEN, STEVEN 167 ALLRED RONALD 151, 39 ALLRED, SANDI 134 ALLSUP, DONNA 216 ALISUP, STI-:PHYNE 167 ALMOND, KIRBY 167 AMADOR, DIANE 188 ANDERSON, APRIL 151 ANDERSON, CARL 167, 176 ANDERSON, CARLA 188 ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER l5l ANDERSON,JACK 134, ll6, 117 ANDERSON, ROBIN 188 ANDERSON,TRESSIA 151 ANDREWS, DONALD 151 ANGITIANO, ROBERT 167 ANNA, PAUL 138 ANSLEY, DEBRA 48,111,167 ANTHONY, ANDREA 34, 41, 167 ANTHONY, RHONDA 167 ANTHONY, SHERRY 188 ARDEN. PIIILLIP 188 AREVALO, BEATRIZ 151, 160 ARMSTRONG, DAVID 134 ARMSTRONG,GARY 107, 167 ARNETT, RHONDA 39, 167 ARTHUR, MELISSA 151 ARTHUR, SUSAN 167 ASHMORE, DARRYL 167 MHMORE, KEVIN 20, 216, 70 ASHMORE, ROBERT 151, 83 ATKINS, PAULA 167 ATTAWAY, GREGORY 151, 83, 91 ATTAWAY, LINDA 134 ATWOOD, LISA 34, 167 ATWOOD, SAM 84, 134 AULDS, ELIZABETH I67 AULDS, MICHAEL 35, 139, 38 AIISLEY, DAVID 151 AVANT, DONNA 151 AVIS, MICHAEL 151 AVON, KIM 167, 102, ll9 AXTELL, GENE 189, 69 AxTON, TERESA 30, 167 AYERS, JEFF 216 AYERS, MICHELLE 151, 95 AYO, DANA 151,97 BAER,SUSAN 151,95 BAILEY,JONI 167, 66 BAILEY, LISA 216 BAILEY, LYNN 189 BAILEY, SCOTT 167, 90 BAIN, KEITH 167 294 Index BAIRD, KYLE 22,167,132 BAIRD, SANDRA 133 BAIRD, WILLIAM 139 BAKER, MARK 216 BALCH, ALLISON 151 BALCH, BRYAN 189, 106 BALDWIN, BRENDA 167 BALDWIN, GLENDA 139 BALDWIN, TERESA 167 BALE, JEANNINE 167 BALLARD, JAMES 151, 160, 23, 83 BALLARD, MICHELE 167, lll, 112 BALLARD, RHONDA 167 BALLENGER, SARAH 151, 160 BAMBURG, JOYCE 167 BANKS, LANA 151, 30, 161 BANNISTER, LORI 11, 34, 166, 167, 40, 41 BANNISTER, PAM 139 BARBER, KELLY 189 BAREFIELD, ANDY 13, 216, 81, 61 BAREFIELD, DANNY ISI BARHAM, PATRICIA 167 BARKER, JACKIE 151 BARKER, LAUR1 139 BARNES, DOROTHY 134 BARNES, LESLIE 23, 167 BARNES, MICHAEL 217, 81 BARNES, THOMAS 217,261 BARNES, TODD 168,82 BARNETT, JOHN 151,83 BARNETT, PEGGY 133 BARR, TERESA 151, 95 BARRETT, EDDIE 151, 152 BARRON,JAMI-:S 139, 82, 1 lb BARRON, STEVE 168, 90 BARRON, THOMAS 151,23 BARROW, RICHARD 163 BARRY, CYNTHIA 151 BARTMESS, LAURIE 151 BASDEN, SANDI 151 BASSINGER, BILLY 163 BATCHELLOR, MARY 168 BATCHELLOR, MELISSA l5l BATY, DEBORAH 217, 257, 104 BAl'ER, EVELYN 211, 217, 42, 43, 260 BAECH, MICHELLE 49, 217 BEALMEAR, KIM 189 BEALMEAR, MICHELLE 151 BEANIE, JAMES 168 BEARD, BOBBY 195, 217, 81, 76, 77, 78 BEARD, SANDRA 151,30 BEASLI-:Y, CHRYSTAL 163 BEAVERS, BRAD 217, 48 BEAVERS, LISA 168,53 BECK, THOMAS 18, 276 BECK, PAUL 151,83 BECK, TRACEY 168 BECKLER, TRACY 189 BECVAR, A. J. 168, 82 BEESON, DAVID 189, 89 BEESON, TERRIE 168 BEGGIATO, JAMI 34, 168 BELCHER, DEBORAH 189 BELCHER, KATHLEEN 151,160 BEL1, CARL 151 BELI, MARY l5l, 23 BENAVIDES, GLORIA 134, 61 BENCH, GORDON 67, 134 BENFORD, HUGH 54, 271 BENFORD, JOHN 151 BENNETT, DENISE 217 BENNETT, FREDDY 139 BENNETT, JOHNNY 168 BENNETT, KAREN 95, ISI BERG, TERESA 217 BERRY, CAROLYN 151 BERRY, KIRK 163 BERRY, MARVIN 21, 22, 189 BERRY, TRACY 189 BERTRAND, JOSEPH 217 BERTRAND, SANDRA 189 BEYER, MARIANNE 168 BIBBS, BRAD 168, 1 14 BIBBS,JEFF 139 BIBBS, PAUL 151 BIGGERSTAFF, CAMILLE 17,217 BILES, HOLBERT 38 BILES, TERRY 189, 42 BIRDSONG, DEBORAH 16, 24, 27, 218,261 BIRDSONG, KIMBERLEY 29, 139 BIRDSONG, MAGGIE 134 BISHOP, DAVID 189, 32, 1 I6 BISHOP, TERESA 168 BIZIIANNIA, ALI 218 BLACK, CYNTHIA 151 BLACK, JULIE 151 BLACK, LINDA 151 BLACKERBY,ROBEI1TA 139 BLACKMAN, CHRISTY 151,23 BLACKWOOD, JENNIE 218 BLACKWOOD, SCOTT 151, 120 BLAIR, BARRY 218,261 BLAKE, CHARLES 151 BLAKE, STEPHEN 189 BLANKENSHIP, MICHELE 189 BLANKEN SHIP, ROSANNE 218 BLANKENSHIP, TAWNEE 139 BLANTON, DUSTY 189 BLOODWORTH, DANAUNE 134 BLUNT, TOMMY 48, 213 BOATRIGHT, GREGORY 189 BOATWRIGHT, PHILLIP 189 BOBO, MICHAEL 168 BOBO, ROBIN 139 BOHN, DEBBIE 34, 168 BOLER, STANTON 168, 82, 106, 107 BOLINC, MISTY 151,23 BOLZ, LISA 151,35, 38 BOND, BRENDA 163 BONHAM, ROMONA 190 BONHAM, TONY 190, 49 BOOKER, ADRIAN 213, 42, 43, 64, 214 BOOKER, DENA 168 BOOKER, TONI 190 BORCHARDT, DEBRA ISI BORCHARDT, LISA 152,95 BURDELON, ROXANNE 218 BOSTICK, ALAN 35, 190, 38 BOULWARE, JEFFREY 152 BOURLAND, MARCIA 168, 1 10,113 BOW, ROBIN 163 BOWDOIN, PEGGY 134 BOWEN, CINDY 33, 190 BOWERS, DAVID 23, 168 BOWERS, MIKEL 218 BOWERS, PAT 152 BOX, JAN 152 BOX, RICHARD 190 BOYD, CHRIS 218,261 BOYD, KELLEY 190 BOYD, TERRY 168 BOYLE, DAVID 152 BOYLE, JUDY 218 BOYLE, STEVE 168 BRADBURY, JEFF 168 BRADDOCK, VALI-:RIE 34, 190 BRADEN, S1:I-: 134 BRADLEY, CATHY 134 BRADSHAW, BRENDA 163 BRAGG, STEVE 68, 81, 218 BRAUN, MIKE 190 BRAUN, THOMAS 152 BRAVO, DAVID 190 BRENTS, SCOTT 163 BREWER, CINDY 219 BREWER,J1MMY 190 BREWSTER, JULIE 34, 163, 44 BREWSTER, SARA 22,219 BRIDGES, PAM 190 BRIGGS, RANDALL 152 BRIGGS, SIISAN 111 BRIGGS, SI:SANN 152,111 BRIGHT, MARY 190 BRIGHT, PAUL 24, 168 BRINKLEY,JAMES 135,11-1, 115 BRISTOW, SHARON 168 BRl'l'I', SCOTT 152 BRODNAX, HARRY 190 BRODNAX, KAREN 152, 23 BROOKS, CARI 168 BROOKS, LARRY 134, 135 BROOKS, SONYA 13, 22, 219, 214 BROWN, CLYDE 168 BROWN, CYNTHIA 152 BROWN, FREDERICK 152, 39 BROWN, GREG 219 BROWN,JERRY 152,160 BROWN, Kl'Il.l,lE 190 BROWN, LAURA l90, 102, 85, 119 BROWN, LINDA 27, 163 BROWN, LISA 152, 22, 23 BROWN, LURA 34, 169 BROWN, MARK 219 BROWN, MARY 22,219 BROWN, MICHAEL 219 BROWN, PAUL 169 BROWN, STEVE 190, 123, 125 BROWN, TERRY 169 BROWN, TRACIE 34, 169 BROWNING, KENNY 169,90 BROWNING, MARGARET 190 BROWNING, MIKE 169, 90 BROWNING, RICKY 190 BROWNING, RUSSELL 169 BRUCE, DANA 152 BRUNET, CHRISTY 190 BRUNET, PAMELA 16, 219 BRUNET, TOM 169 BRUNSON, ALLISON 219 BRIINSON, MARK 169 BRYAN, ANGELA 219 BRYANT, PAULA 169,111 BUCHANAN, DOROTHY 219 BUCHANAN, ISAAC 190 BUCHANAN, MICHAEL 152 BUCK, SHERRI 190 BIIELTEL, JEFFERY 49, 219 BIZELTEL, NANCY 34, 169 BIIKOSBE, SHELLY 33,220 BULLARD, QUINTON 152 BITNGER, EDDIE l90 BCNYARD, CYNTHIA 34, 169, 41 BCNYARD, PAULA 152,30 BURBA, RANDALL 169 BURCH, CARIANA 23, 34, 169, 41 BIJRCHETT, JOEL 220, 66, 100, ll6 BURCHFIELD, JEANIE 169 BERGESS, EDITH 16, 29, 220, 1 I8 BLRGESS, ROLAND 169, 82 BURGESS, TRAVIS 152 BlTRKE'I'l', CINDY 220 BURKETT, ZACK 152 BURKHART, BRENDA 190 BURKHART, REBECCA 152 BURLESON, ERIC 169 BURLESON, LOUIS 152 BURNS, DARRYL 190 BURROSS, ROBERT 152, 35, 39 BURROW, ALLAN 190 BURTON, CARRIE 33, 191. 68 BUSH, TAMMY 169 BUTLER, DAVID 220 BYERS, DWAYNI-3 IS2 BYERS, JEFF 169 BYNUM, JANE 220, 69, 1, 261 BYRD, DEBBIE 22, 23, 191, 44 BYRD, GREG 152,33, 101 CABALLERO, MATT 169, 100, I I6 CABELLARO, CHRIS 191, 100, 116 CAGLE, BARBARA 220, 49 CAGLE, DAVID 169 CAGLE, JAMES l52 CAGLE, IANA 36, 169, 41 CAIN, ALICE 152, 97 CAIN, CINDY 220 CAIN, JAMYE 220 CAIN, ROBERT l9l, 123 CAIN, TERESA 169 CALDWELL, MARK 191,106 CALDWELL, TIMOTHY 152 CALHOUN, DENA 22, 191 CALLAWAY, CURTIS 152 CALLAWAY, GARY 35, 191, 38 CALLAWAY,JCLIE 152, 95 CALIAWAY, MICIIAEI. 191 CALMES, LARRY 82, 116, 169 CALVERLEY, TRACY 90, 1 16, 169 CAPPS, DONNA 94, 95, 135 CALVERT. KATHRYN 34, 169 CAMPBELL, BILLY 169,39 CAMPBELL, CHADWIN 220 CAMPBELI, CLAY 191, 123 CAMPBELL, LISA 220,261 CAMPBELL, JOHN 130 CAMPBELI, MILES 169 CAMPBELL RICHARD 220 CAMPBELI, SABRINA 27, 191,213 CAMPBELL, TERRY 152 CAMPOS, LUVIA 220 CANGAS, ANA 191 CANGAS, MARIA 191 CANN, DANNYELLE 169, 119 CANN, DENISE 23, 169, 93, 94, 1 10, 1 19 CANNADEY,J. C. 129 CANTRELI. STEVEN 152,39 CARLTON, BRUCE l52 CARLTON, PAULA 220 CARLTON, SANDRA 152 CARROLL,JACQl7El.lNE 169, 104 CARROLL, KIM 169 CARSON, CHERYL 32,191 CARSON, CHRISTY 152 CARTER, CHI-:RYL 220 CARTER, JOHN 23, 169 CARTER, STEVE 169, 82 CARTER, WARREN 109 CARVER, RICO 191 CASAL1, PHILIP 191 CASH, LEAH 95, 152 CASHELL, FOX 152, 160 CASSADY, BEVERLY 152 CASSADY, DARRELI. 109 CASSADY, MICHAEL 38, 220 CASTILLO, ERNEST 170, 100 CASTILL0, JOE 152 CAST1LLO,XAVI1-IR 191,82 CATON, MILES 170, 82 CATTERTON, STEPHEN 153, 161 CAVENDER, DAVID I70 CAVIN, SHIRLEY 153,23 CAWLEY, DONALD21, 22, 191,81 CHADWICK, MATT 170, 82 CHAEEIN, PA'I'1'I 23, 170 IJIAMRERS, KEVIN 191 CHAMBERS, TRACI 153 CHAMPION, BI'D 1 1, 170,82 CHAMPION,JlLL33, 191 CHANCE, DAVID 82 IMAPPELL, MARILYN 130 CHAPMANJOIIN 191 CHAPMAN, PEGGY 191 CHAPMAN, REBECCA 191 CIIARBA, DAVID 221 CHARLES, DEBBIE 170 CHAITVIN, RON 135 CHEEK, ROBIN 29, 221 CHEVALIER, EDWIN 153 CHEYNE, MARK 191 CHILDRESS, GARY 11.1, 35 CHILDRESS, GI-:ORGI-3 135 CH1LTON,BRAD 131 CHISENIIALL, CATIIERINE 33, 221 CHl'1'1'ENDEN,ST1-IVI-1221.81 CHOATE, EDWARD 221, '42 CLARK,JOIIN 136 CLARK, PAT 123 UASSON, KIM 153 CLAY, LAURA 221 CLAYBROOK,PAl!1.A 170 CLAYDROOK, SANDRA 153 CLEMMONS,CHRISTINA 153 l1EMONS, BRl'C1-I 170 CLEMONS, MICHELLE 170,38 CLOl'NTS, DAVID 191 Cl,01'NTS, SHANNON 153, 110, 112 COCKERHAM, DAVID 153 COCKRELL, ANGELA 170 COCKRELI, MICHAEL 191 COTEMAN,CAROL 170 COFFMAN, MARC 170, 82 CO1-'I-'MAN,PI-IGGY 133 COGSWELI., JAY 221, 148 COGSWELL, MI-:LODY 153 COGSWELL, RONALD 191, 48 COLE, TERRY 170, 39 COLEMAN, VICKI 153 OOLIARD, BRAD 28, 192, 05 ODLLETT, JIYLIE 153, 30 COLLIER, DOUGLAS 49 COLLINS, BRENDA 153 COPLIN. VICKY 192 CORLEY, JEFF 153 CORLEY, MACK 222 CORNELILS, MARK 192, 1-12 COSPER, LARRY 192 COSPER, LESLIE 30, 170 COSTDLO, IRENE 153 COSTLOW, JANET 153 COSTLOW, KIMBERLY 192 COSTNER, DONNA 3-4, 170 COSTNER, KAREY 192 COSTNER, KIMMY 192 COTHRIIM, RICHEY 153 CO'I'l', LAWRENCE 170 COUCH, DOYLE 135 COIICH, KEVIN 170, 82 COIINCIL, TOM 135 COUTY, KIMBERLY 192 COVINGTON, BRUCE 153 COVINGTON, CATH Y 222 COVINGTON, DAVID 170, 106, 109 COV1NGTON,L1Z 170 COWAN, BARBARA 192 COWLING, ANDY 192 COWLING, PAIGE 153 COX, J1'L1E 153 COX, KATHRYN 23. 192 CRAIG, SONDRA 153 CRAWFORD, BOBBY 170 CRAWFORD, CHARLES 153 CRAWFORD, DENA 150, 30 CRECELIIS, MARLA 222, 261 CRISWEI.L,,IEFF 192, 43 CRISWELL, TIMOTIIY 153 CRITTENDEN, CARL 153 CRITTENDEN, CRYSTAL 222 CROCKER, BOBBIE 153 CROFFORD, STEPHANIE 170, -H1 CRON, TERRI 222 CROOKS, SHARON 153 CROOKS, THERESA 192, 93, 94 CROSS, BEN 135 CROSS, KENNETH 170 CROSS, STEPHANIE 153, 162 CROWELL, SONJIA 154 CROWLEY, RANDALL 192 CROWLEY, STEPHEN 15-4, 83 CRITMLEY, DONNA 222, 102, 118, 265 GILMPLEY, REGINA 192 CLELLO, ANN 27, 170 CLLPEPPER, CAROL 170 CLLVER, TIMOTHY 222 CLLVERHO1'SE,JAM1E 170 Cl'NDIFF, DONALD 15-4 CLRRY, FRED 192 Cl'RRY, Hl'GH 192 ClfRRY,JOHN 192 Cl'RRY, ROSE 154, 28 CURRY, Rl'TH 154 CURRY, STEVEN 154 CURRY, Sl'SAN 154 CITTRIGHT, JERRY 222 DAILEY, ALAN 81, 222 DAILEY, FRANK 170, 120 DALE, RONALD 15-4, 83 DALTON, BRAD 223 DALTON, RUSSELL 170, 82 DANIEL, JON 1 514 DAY, SHERRIE 135 DEAN, MIKE 171 DECKER, S1'ZANNE 193 DEES,CONN1E 171 DEFATE, JAMES 223, 201. 114 DEFORD,W1NSTON 171 DEGROOT, TAMMY 193 DEININGER, STEPHANIE 171 DE1N1NGER,VERON1CA 171 DE1N1NGER,VICK1 171 DELAROSA, JIMMY 193, 86 DELAROSA, SANDRA 154 DEMPSEY, DEBORAH 223 DENBOW,PA1lLA 171 DENNIS, CAROL 223, 260, 121 DENNIS, DAVID 154 DENNIS, LAVONNE 135, 137,69 DENNY, STEVEN 154 DENTON, DARLA 171 DENTON, RHONDA 224 DERUSHA, STEPHANIE 33, 193,27 1 DEVENPORT, JENNIFER 193 DEWOLE, GRETA 30, 171 DICKSON, STEPHANIE 135 DILIARD, KENNETH 15-4 DIL1JON,JENN1FER 21.23.193, 44 DILLY, WILLIAM 193 DI'1'1'MAN, JAMES 154. 38 D1XON,TIMMY 154, 38 DOBSON, TINA 193 DOCKINS,LOR1 154,53 DODD5, ROCKY 193 DOGGETT, RODNEY 171, 123 DONEIIOO, TERRY 154 DOOLIN, JAY 193 DOSS,1.ESLEY 15,4 DOTSON, JOHNNY 15-4 DOTSON, MIKE 171 DOlfl'GLAS, DEBBIE 22-4 DOVE, SUSAN 193 DOWDY,JAMEs 193 DOWNS, CINDI 154,23 DOWNS, GREGORY 193, 115, 123 DRAKE, DENNIS 171 DRAKE, JAY 224, 260 DRUMMOND. JULIE 154 DRUMMOND,MARK 171 DUCKWORTH, BECKY 224 Dl'CKWORTH, BRYAN 154 DUCKWORTH, DON 106 DLCKWORTH, JERRY 154, 83 DICKWORTH, KAREN 193 DLCKWORTH, PATTI 171, 93, 95 DLCKWORTH, RANDY 224 Dl'CKWORTH,STORM1 171 Dl'GAN,CORA 135 D1'KE, BOBBY 154. 83 D1'KE, MARY 154 Dl'LANEY, DAWN 193 D1'LANEY,JASON 224, 260 DIQMAS, DIANE 171 DlJMAS,JAN1CE 171 DUNCAN, JOE 135 DUNCAN, JOE 171,82 DUN1VAN,ELIZABETH 224 DUNN, BRAD 171,90 DUNN, DOUGLAS 224, 67 DUNN, PATTY 133 EMMONS, DEREK 193 ENGLAND, BOBBY 193 ENGLISII, CAROLYN 171 EOFF, CAROL 224, 261, 215 EOFF, JANICE 172 EPPERS, TRESA 172 EPPS, BELINDA 33, 194 EPPS. BRYAN 154, 83 EPPS, MELINDA 34, 194 ERVIN, GERALD 154 ERVINJAMES 172, 104, 105 FSSARY, BRIAN 154, 83. 91 ESSARY, TERESA 19 4 ESSLER, GREGORY 194 ESSMAN, CHRIS 172 ETHEREDGE, JENNIFER 49, 1 72 ETHINGTON, CYNTHIA 154, 162 EVANS, DAVID 194 EVANS, MARY 194 EVANS, WESLEY 224 EVERETT, GINGER 154 EVERE'I'I', NICK 172 EVERE'I'1', SAMLAL 172, 39 EVERETT, STEPHEN 15-4 EVERETT, TIMOTHY 194 I-IVERETT, WILLIAM 154 EWING, KARLA 172. 93 EWING, SHERI34, 172. 41 EWING, W. R. 129 EWTON, LISA 23. 172 EV1'TON,LOR1 154, 150, 23 EZELL, GLENN 172. 104. 105 FALING, LOl' 135 FALING, RICK 172 FALLWELL, RANDY 225 FARMER, KAREN 194 FARMER, KARLA 15-4 FARRELL, ANGELA 225 FARRELL, LEIGIIIA 194 FELTON, RANDY 194 FENNER. CHAD 172 FERGASON, MORRISS 225, 81, 261 FERGASON, RHONDA 34, 172, 41 FERGUSON. LYLE 194 FERGUSON, TWILA 172, 53 FERNANDEZ, AGNES 172 FERRIS, PENNIE 154 I"E1'ERBACIIER, JOHN 154 I"El'ERBACHER,JAMES 154 I"El'ERBACIIER, LORI 225 FINCH, RONNY 155 FINIEY, HERMAN 129 FISCHER, STEVEN 155 FISHER, CARL 172, 120 FISHER, CARY 155, 83 FISHER, KYLE 155, 83 FITZGERALD, CANDIS 225 FITZG1-IRALD,Jl'DY 135 FITZGERALD, KIM 155 FITZGERALD, LISA 172 FITZGERALD, ROBERT 172, 81, 123 FLANERY, LADONNA 194 FLEMING, MARIE 155 FLEMING, TAMMIE 225, 260, 62 FLETCHER, CELIA 132 FLETCHER, DAVID 23, 172, 38 FLOOR, ERNEST 155, 35, 39 FLORES, DANNY 155, 82 COLLINS, FRANCES 21, 22, 192 ODLLINS, GARY 153 COLLINS, NANCY 153, 95 COLLINS, PRISCILLA 170, 97 COLLIS, MARK 192, 123 COLLIS, PATRICK 153 COLLYER, CLINT 192 COLWILL, KEVIN 192, 106, 107 COMBS, CARLA 221 COMBS, RONALD 153 COMSTOCK, ROGER 221, 260 CONDRA, LORI 192 CONDRA, RICKY 153 CONINE, KATIIY 153, 102, 103.111, 1 19 CONNER, ELIZABETH 221 CONOVER, CARLA 85, 33, 221, 246. 68 CONTRERAS, PHILLII' 153 COOK, BILL 153 COOK, CINDY 222, 443 COOK, DOUGLAS 153, 83 COOK, JAMES 21, 22, 218, 44, 222 COOK,J011N l53,83,91 COOK, SCO'I'I' 192 COOK, TIM 192, 31 COOK, TINA 33 IIJOKSEY, DANA 153,20 COOLEY, CAROL 131 COOLEY, DARYLL 170 COOLEY, Dl'WAYNE 170 COOLEY,JAMES 153 COOLEY, SANDRA 170 COOPER, PAM 222 COPELAND, CAROL 192 GOPLIN,TERRI 153 DANIEL, PAT 154, 83, 101 DANIELS, CHARLES 22, 192 DANIELS, TAMMY 223, -45, 64, 65, 260 DANLEY, SCOTT 170 DANLEY, TRACY 192 DARNELL,JAMES 154, 150,33, 123 DARNELL, RALPH 1711, Isa, 192,81. 1 17, 116, 46 DAVID, DEANNA 33, 223 DAVIDSON, CINDY 192 DAVIDSON, DAVID 170 DAVIDSON, TOMMY 193 DAVIDSON, VERNON 170 DAVIES, CAROL 23, 223 DAVIS, BARRY 223, 114 DAVIS, BILLY 170 DAVIS, BRANDI 154 DAVIS, CARY 171, 82 DAVIS, JACK 223 DAVIS, JEAN 154 DAVIS, JEFFREY 171 DAVIS, JOHN 154 DAVIS, KATHRYN 223 DAVIS, KENDAL 154 DAVIS, KENNETH 223 DAVIS, LISA 34, 171, 41 DAVIS, RANDALL 193,81, 106, 108. 109 DAVIS, SHANE 193 DAVIS, SHELLEY 34, 171 DAVIS, TERI 170 DAVIS, THERESA 15 4 DAVIS, TOMMY 135 DAVIS, TOMMY 154 DAVIS, WILLIAM 171, 82 DAY, BEVERLY 223 DUNN, TONYA 154 DCRDIN, DEWEY 193 DYE, ALESIA 224, 261 DYER, ALLEN 193 DYER, SCOTT 171 EARHEART, CLRTIS 224, 81 EARHEART, TROY 193 EARP, CALVIN 93, 82 EASTHOM, LEE 1 71 EASTLS, THEODORE 85, 171 EATON, DORIS 133 EATON, JOHN 154, 83 EDGMON, BYRON 171, 120 EDMONDSON, JOHN 17 1 EDWARDS, BILLY 171, 82 EDWARDS, CARY 171 EDWARDS, DAVID 17 1 EDWARDS, DAVID 154 EDWARDS, DAWN 177, 193 EDWARDS, GREGORY 154, 38 EDWARDS, JAMES 193 EDWARDS, MARK 154 EHRIG, RICHARD 135 ELKINS, GAY 224 ELKINS, KAREN 193,58 ELKINS, MIKE 193 ELLIOTT, JALENE 38 ELL1O'1'l', PERRY 224, 30, 3 ELLIOTT, SANDRA 154 ELLIOTT, SHERRY 193 ELLIS, ALICIA 23, 34, 1 71 ELLIS, CARL 224 ELLIS, JAY 27,171 ELLIS, KATHI 224 ELROD, KATHRINE 154 1-lMBREY,DEANNA 33, 193 7, 89, 265 ILORES, RUDY 194 ILORES. TAMARA 155 FLORES, VICKIE 172 FLORES, VIRGINIA 155 ELOWE, KAREN 225 TLOWE, MICHAEL 172,35 FLOYD, ANDY 22, 1 72, 82 FLOYD, ANNE 172,95 ILOYD, DONALD 194, 39 FLOYD, KAREN 172 FLOYD, KEITH 22, 194 FOLEY. PATRICIA 155, 119 EOLEY, RENEE 172 FOLKS, LACI 29, 194 EOLKS, RICHARD 194 FULKS, SHERRY 172 IORMAN, BRAD 155, 33, 123 EORMAN, MARY 155 I-ORSYTHE, ROBERT 194 FOSTER, ANTHONY 155 FOSTER, BLAKE 172, sz, 116 POSTER, CHARLENE 225 ROSTER, KIM 194 FOSTER, RANDY 155, 161,83 POSTER, RAY 172,82 FOSTER, ROBERT 194, 1 14 POSTER, SCOTT 83 FOSTER, TAMMY 172 PDX FOX FOX FOX FOX I-'OX PDX FOX . ALBERT 136 , BETSY 225, 215 , BOBBIE 155 , CHARLES 225, 81, 68 KIMBERLY 225 LISA 172 ROBERT 22,194, 100,116 RONNIE 225 Index 295 FUY, AVA 23. 194 FOY,JAMES 172 FRANCIS, TIM 226 FRANCO, I-'ILER 155 FRANKLIN, MARK 226, 120 PRANKS, SIISAN 33,194 FRANKVM, ANGELA 226 FRANKFM, ROYCE 155 FRANTZ, CINDY 226 FRANTZ, MITCHELL 101 FRANZINA, DAVID 9, 226. 255 FREEMAN, DIONA 155 FRITII, ROGER 136 FI'DGI-1, RONNY 172 FlYl,ENWIDER, BRIAN 90, 172 Fl'l.l.l-IR, JACOB 23, 33, 35. 91. 155 FULIMER, JEFF 194 I-'1'LMER. VIKI 194 FIRRII, TIMOTHY 226 Fl'RRll, TRACY 33, 194, 68 FISELIER, KAREN 194 FI'TRI-:I,I., MARY 34, 172 GAAR, KIMBERLY 172 GAAR, Ll-ISA 21 1, 226, 69 GAGE, KATIIRYN 155, 95 GALE, HIIJA 226 GALINDO, MARITA 136 GALLAHER, KENNY 155 GALLAHER, TIM 173 CALLAS, STEWART 173 GAI.YON, DAVID 194 GALYON, TIMOTHY 226, 67 GAMMONS, DONNA 226 GAMMONS, GORDON 226 CANDY, CINDY 194, 65 CANDY, JIILIE 95, Ill CANDY. STEPIIEN 194 GANzI-:, STEVE 22, 195, 44 GARCIA, KELLY 155 GARDNER, SAMIEL 155, 100 GARLINGTON, SHERRY 155. 163 GARNER, PEGGY 195, 102, 1 I8 GARRETSON, EDDIE 226 GARRETT, DONALD 194 CARR!-I'I'I', KAY 173, 102. 103 GARRISON, TWYLLA 226,261 GARzA, IRENE 155 GARzA. JI'L1E 173 GARzA, LINDA 155 GATLIN, RECAN 155 GAY, SHI-:ILA 226 ' GEER, DAVID 226, 260 CENT, GLEN 226 GENTRY. STEVE 31, 227. 77, 78 GERDES, DENNIS 227 GERD!-IS, DONALD 227 GERM1-:R, JOHN 155, 39 GIATRAKIS, GEORGE 227, 59. 106 103, l09, 53.277, 260. 265 GIATRAKIS, SHI-:LLY 155, 23 GIBBENS, MORGAN 155 GIBBI-INS, SIIANNON 195, I0-1 GIBBONEY, VIRGINIA 155 GIBSON, ANNETTE 155 GIBSON, JOAN 33, 195 GIBSON, NANCY 33, 34. 227. 261 GIBSON, RAYE 136 GIDDI-INS, CHERYL 155,95 GIDEON, CINDY 30, l73 CIDEON, MARK 227, 81 GIERMANN. TIIERESA 227 GIESLER, DANIEL 155. 39 GlLl"ll.l.AN, SISAN 227 CILLISPIE, MARK 173,116 GISI1, DAVID 195, 81, 106,107,115 GISH, GINA 228 GIST, CASSANDRA 155, 119 GIVENS, GREG 173 GLASER, CAROL 173 GLEASON, BRICE 173, 107 GLEASON, DAVID 228 GNADER. TIMMY 27, 195 GOBER, KATHY 155 GODFREY, LISA 59, 228 GOFI-',JAMES 20, 195 COINS, ANNA 228 GOINS. FRANKIE 173 GOLDING, MARTHA 33, 34. 228 GOLDSBERRY, KEVIN 23, 173, 90 COM!-IZ. CIIARLES 195 GOMFZ. DEBBIE 155 GONNI-ZTJAMES 173 GONNI-IT. JOIIN 173 GONYAW,J11DY 34,173,4I GONZALES, BECKY 195, 113 GONZALES, BOBBY 155 GONZALES. LlfClNDA 195, 60. 70 CONZALES, MARIA 33, 195 GOODMAN. GINA 173 COODING, HARRY 104 GOODNI-:R, BARBARA 136 GOODWIN, SHERYL 34, I73, 102 GORDON, IIOWARD 155, 23 GORDON, RENE 155 296 Index I GORDON, STACI 173 GORE, JAMES 155, 39 GOREE, BILLY 228, 38 COREE, KEN 228 GODGE, JOEI. 228 GOI:GE, SIIARON 155 C0l'Rl.AY, LORI 163. 173, 35, 37, 38 GOWENS, WILLIAM 195 GRAGG, DEBORAH 173 GRAGG.GARY 155 GRAHAM, GREG 173 GRAHAM, KEITH 155 GRAIIAM, NATHAN l06,228,-12,43, 103 GRAHAM, PAT 133 GRANADA, RIBEN 195 GRANT, CARRI 228 GRANT, DAVID 107. 195, 82 GRANTGES, CRAIG l73 GRAVES, JILL 155 GRAVES, KATHY 228 GRAVE-IS, MARY 228 GRAVES, ROBIN 173 GRAY, CYNTHIA 223, 43 GRAY, IIOMER 131 GRAY, SANDRA 136 GRAY, TROY 228, 81 GRAYSON, CIIERYL 228 GREEN, CARRIE 173 GREEN, DAVID 195 GREEN, EDWARD 173 GREEN,GLENDA 173 GRI-:EN, GREGORY 155 GREEN, KARREN 29, 195 GREEN, PENNY 195 GREEN, RONNIE l73 GREEN, SANDI 195, 62 GRE!-INWAY, JEANIE 21, 20, 195 CREER,TAMMl 155 GREESON, RITII l95 GREGG, KAREN 195 GREGO. TONY 195 GRELLE, TERRY 173, 107 GRENVALI, BRYAN 228 GRESIIAM, DEBORAH 195 GRICE, SHERRY 155, l57 GRIFFING, BARRY 173, 82, 116 GRIFFITH. PAl'L 155 GRIFFITH. TERRI 173 GRIGAR, BETSY 195 GRINSTEAD. JOHN 195 GROLLER, HERMAN 173, 100, llb GRINDELMAN, ERIC 173, 38 GI5FI-'EY. DONNA 173 GIIFEEY, ELLEN 155 GI'IGNEAI'x, MICHELLE 229 GIIINN. DEBORAH 155 GIINN, RIIONDA 23, 195 Gl'Ll.l-IY, TODD 173, 114 G1'MM, BRIAN 173 GI'MM,TERRY 195 GLMPERT. CATHI 96, 195, 99 Gl'MPl-1RT.JAMl'JS 229 GINN, GARY 195 GIIRECKY, MARK 196 GlTYTON. JE1-'FI-:RY 194, 229 GI'YTON, KIMBERLY 155 Gl'YTON. TI-:RESA 155. 23 Gl'ZY. MARK 174, 82 GI'zY, MICHAEL 156, 10, 83 HACKETT. TINA 229 HACKLER. MIKE 174 HADDOCK, DAWN 196 HADDOCK, ROCKY 156, 39 HALBERT, VICKI 174 HALI. KIMBERLY 156 HAL1, LISA 229, 54, 69, 261 HALL, MARK 156, 91 HALL. MEIANIE 34, 174 HALL, RANDY 229, 38 HALLIDAY, CYNTHIA 156.95 HALLIDAY, ELIZABETH 68, 196 HALLIDAY, GARY 116, 136 HALLMARK, MALCOM 33, 156 HALPIN, ALLISON 156. 97, 1 ll HAMBRIGHT, GINA 229 HAMIDI-IH, KHALID 196, 82, l06 HAMII. TINA 196 HAMILTON, KATHY 196 HAMILTON, MARK 196 HAMITER, MICHAEL 174 HAMITER, WILLIAM 196 HAMMUNS, MARILYN 156 HAMPTON, HOWARD 196 HAMPTON, JANE 156 HAMPTON, KARIN 174, 93. 97 HAMPTON, KYLE 229 HAMPTON, LARRY 156, 35, 39 HAMPTON, LORI 196 HAMI'TON.TERRI 156 HAMRICK. ALAN 156 HANCOCK,CINDY 174 HANCOCK, DONNA S6 HANCOCK, LISA 174, 97 HANCOCK, RAY 229 IIANNA, GREG 156, 38 HANSON, GLENDA 229 HANSON, LANA 196 11ANI:S, MICHAEL 54, 196 HARBAIIGH. DEENA 229 HARDIN, DAVID 229 HARDIN, DON 174 HARDIN, LINDA 156 HARDIN, ROBERT 156. 83 HARDISON, DANNA 34, 171, 66 HARGIS.JO1IN 107 HARGROVE, DANIEL 174, 82, 123 HARGROVE, DAVID 174, 46 HARMON, DAMON 174 HARMON, JAMES 156, 83 HARMON, SCOTT 196 HARP!-IR. DENNIS 196 IIARPER,JOAN 156 HARPER, KELLY 156 HARPER, VICKI 110, 112 IIARRINGTON, ELIZABETH 196 HARRlS,CHERl 174, 110 HARRIS, ERIC 174 HARRIS,JAMES 156, 39 HARRIS, KEVIN 174-,100, 116 HARRIS. KEVIN 196 IIARRIS, TRACI X56 HARRISON, JEFF 196 HARRISON, LENNISA 174 HARRISON, l,YNE'I'l'E 230 HARRISON, RANDY 230 HARRISON, SAMMY 174 HARRISON,TERESA 196 HART. DENNIS 34, 85, 99, 136 HART, MICHAEL 156, 83 HART, SHARON 156 HART, VICKIE 174 HARTNESS, RONOVA 230. 260 HARTNESS, STACIE 174 HARTSFIELD, BRIAN 156 HARTSFIELD. MELISSA I96 HARTY, CLIFF 196 HARVEY, WILLIAM 156 HARWELL, PENNEY 196 HARWERTH, JULIE 34, I74, 4I HARWERTH, MIKE 22, 196, 31, 89 HARWERTH, STEVEN 156,91 HASLI-IY, DAVID 156. 83 HASLI-:Y. ELLEN 230 PLATHIIOCK, R1'DY 174, 82 HAYCE, LINDA 23, 34. 174, 41 HAIIGE, NANCY 230, 69 HAWKINS, BILLIE 163, I7-1 HAWKINS, GREG 174 HAWLIK,JANET 23, 196, 115 HAYES, MACK 196,82 HAYNES, MARK 230 HEARD, RONNA 230.66 HEARD, STEVE 230,43 HI-IARN, WENDY 156 HEATH. DONNA 174 IUQATII, ROBERT 196 IIEATH, SHl'Il,LY 156 HEATI1,TI-:RRI ll0, 174 IIEFLIN, DANNY 156, 106 HEFLIN. JIMMIE 230 HEI-'LlN, MICHAEL 196 HEFNER, BRET 174 HEQIELBERG, STEVE 230, 261, l20, l l HENDERSON, LEIGH 32, 196 HENDLEY. RI'STY 197 HENDRIX, MAE 197 HENERY. TONY 230, 81 HENRY, STEPHANIE 33, 197, 66 HENSON, CARLA 197 HERNDON, BRADLEY 230 HERNDON. DOUGLAS 156 HERNDON, SI'SAN 136 HERRINGTON, SCOTT 36. 230, 260 HERVI-IY, MIKE 230,67 HESTER, STEVEN 156. 101 HETZEI. CAROLYN 133 HETZEI, KENNETH 22, 174 HICKMAN, CHARLES 174 HICKMAN, LISA 156 HICKMAN, MICHELLE 156. 160 HICKS, JACK 129 HIGDON. .IANINE 174 IDGGINSON, DEBORAH 197, 93. 94 HIGGINSON, KELLY 156, 95 HILBERT. BOBBY 1 74 HILI, BARRY 230 HILI, BELINDA 156, 97 HILL, KATHY 136 I-DLI. KIM 237 HILL, RAY 156, 174 HILL, ROBERT 156 HILL STEPHANIE 231 HILI, STEPHANIE 231 HILI. TI-1RRl23l HILLIN, CHRISTI 197 HILTON, TONY 231 HINTON, AMY 34, 175, 41 HINTON, CHRIS 197 IIIPP, DESSIE 227,231 HIPPS, SANDRA 156 IIODGES, IAIIRE 156 HODGES, TERRY 197, lll HODNETT, VICKIE 156, 30 IIOFF, SCOTT 175 IIOFFMAN, RICHARD 136 HOHENBI-:RGER,JAMES 197 HOIIERTZ, CATHY 231 HOHERTZ, SARAH 175 HOLCOMB, JIMMY 175 HOLDRIDGE, LINDA 175 IIOLLAND, CARRIE 175 HOLLAND, CONNIE 175. 34 HOLIAND. LORI 33, 197 HOLLAND, VICKI 33, 197 HOLLEY, JAMES 231 HOLLEY, JANET 181,206,232 HOLl,ll"lEI.D, ANDREW 232 HOLLINGSWORTH, BETH 136 HOLLOMAN, JAMES 156 HOLLOWAY, MARK 1 75, 82 HOLMAN, DEBBIE 197 HOLMAN, VICKIE 34, 175 HOLT, BRINDA 232 HOLT, FRANCIS 133 IIOLT, GLINDA 232 HOLT, RODNEY 232 HOLT, TERRY l75, 106 IIOOD, CYNTHIA 197 HOOKER, ROBERT l97, 104, l05 HOOPER, JOHN 232 HOOPER,JI1DY 175 ll0PKlNS,JlFDY 136 HOPKINS, BRYAN 197,61 HOPKINS, RICHARD 232. 22 HOPKINS, STEVEN 197, 31. 89 HOPKINS, TAMMY 197 HORN, BRYAN l9T HORTON, DIANE 34, 1 75 HOSEK, SHERR1 156 HOSKINS,GINA 197 HOIIGH, KENNETH 175 HOIIGH, NORMAN 232 HOIIPT, Cl.I'2l,0N 129 HOISER, DONNA 175 HOWARD, DAVID 175 HOWARD, JAMES 232 HOWARD, RANDALL 197 HOWEL1. JENNIFER 175 HOWSE. CINDY 232 HUBBARD, TOMMY 156 HIIBBS. SANDRA 175 Hl'BNER, RONWYN 175 HI:CKABEI-:, KELLY 175 HFDSON, l.Al'RA 197 H'l'DSON, WILLIAM 23. 191, 232, 62 H1'FI-'MAN. LISA 34, 175 HIFFMAN, ROBERT 197 Hl'GlIES, BETH 156,30 Hl'CHl-1S,CHARI.0'I'I'I-1232 HLGIIES, DAVID 232, 181, 123. 125 IRIGHES. DIANA 197 HUGHES, DONNA 197 HIIGHES, EDDIE 197 III'GHI-:S, JIMMY 156 HIGIIES. KARLA 175 HYCHES, MARK 197 Hl'GllI-IS, SISAN 34, 175, 41 HUGHES. RHONDA 197 HITGHEY, NORMA 96, 99 HIIGHI-:Y, WALTER 175, 82 HULEN, ALAN 197, 232 HIILSIANDER, SHERI 39, 197 H1'NT, KATHY 232 HLNTER, BRAD 232, 104, 105 H1'NTER. CAROL 136 HINTER, DIANE 156 H1'NTER, KIMBERLY 157 HLNTER, KRISTI 198 HIINTER, SHELLI 182, 233 HIITCHINSON,JEFF l75 l-IIJ'I'l'0, ROBBIE 157 IACOVELLI, BILLY 233 IACOVELLI, KATHLEEN 157 INCF, DAWN 233 INGRAM, CATIIY 198 INGRAM, DEBORAII 193, 66 INGRAM, DONNA 233 INCRAM.CRl'1C 91 INGRAM, MARCI 175 INGRAM, MICHELE 157 INMON, KIM 157 INMON, OWEN 175, 18.182, 123 INNMON. MARIETTA 233, 60 IRVIN. KYI.E 157 ISMAIL, FAWAZ 198, 82. 106 ISMAIL, HALA 205,233 ISMAIL, IMAN 157, 66 I1'ND, KEVIN 175, 32. 107 IVINS, DAVID 152 IZZAREI.I.l, JO 35, 198 JACKSON, BRENDA 33, 3-1, 233 JACKSON, DAVID 157,101 JACKSON, DAVID 157 JACKSON, DICK 136 JACKSON,JAY 175 JACKSON,JENNIFER 157 JACKSON , MARIDEAN 157. 23 JACKSON, MITCH 175 JACKSON, PAM 198 JACKSON REBECCA 233 JACKSON: TINA 198, 94, 93 JACKSON VICKIE 157 JACOBS, KEVIN 157, 83 JACOBS, 1 .ORIE 198 JAGGERS, BARRY 198 JAMES, DALE 82, 198 JAMES, RANDALL 157 JAMES. TI NA 198 JAMESON. MELISSA 198. 94 JAMESON, TONY 175 JAMISON, JOYCE 137 JANECKA, CATHLEEN 233, 59, 66 JANECKA. TOM 175 JANICEK, MARK 101,157 JARVILI., RHONDA 175 JAYNES, STEVE 233 JEFFERS, KEITH 175, 107 JENKINS, BARRY 176 JENKINS, JILL 198, 213 JENKINS, JENKINS KEVIN 198, 82 ROY 157 163 JENKINS: S111-:RR1 30, 176 JESSE1-1, CYNTHIA 193 JESSEE, JAMES 175, 83 JE'I'I', SISS AN 22, 193 JORANNS1-:N, JOEL 198, 82 JOHANNSEN, JILL 27, 233, 261 JOl1NSON,DEBORA157 JORNSON,GARY 157 JOBNSON, JAMES 157 JOHNSON, JASON 233 JOHNSON, JAY 234, 67 JO11NSON,JAY 157 JO11NSON,JlMMY 234 JOHNSON. JOIINATHON 198 JOHNSON, J1'DY 234 JOHNSON. KAREN 193 JOHNSON, RATJE 176 JOHNSON, LEON 34, 90, 137 JOHNSON, M1C11AEL 176 JOHNSON, MONICA 176 JOHNSON JOHNSON JOIINSON JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON , NORMA 198, 39 , PATSY 234 , ROBERT 157,107 , SHARON 34,176 , Sl'SAN 234 , TERESA 176 , TIM 176, 82 , TOMMY 137 . WILLIAM 198 JOHNSTON, DIANNE 176, 115 JOHNSTON, PALL 101, 157, 83 JOHNSTON. SHARON 234 JOHNSTON, STANLEY 157, 91 JONES, CALVIN 20, 234 JONES, CHRISTI 33, 234 JONES, D1 INNA 198 JON ES, EDWIN 1 98 JONES,JA JONES, JA JONES JA MES 234, 122, 123 NET 137 NET 157 161 JONESIJIMMY 198' JONES, KATHERINE 176 JON ES, KI MBERLY 198 JONES, MELISSA 198 JONES, MERILEE 234, 261 JONES REBA 129 JONES: TERR1 176, 102, 274 JONES, WENDY 198, 234 9 ,118,ll9 JONES, w1LL1AM 234, 81 JORDAN, BRENT 176 JORDAN, DAWN 33,235,261 JORDAN, GARY 235 JORDAN, JENNIFER 176 JORDON,11AROLD 129 JORDAN, MAX 82, 176 JORDAN, TERRY 176 JORDAN,TONY 157 JORDAN. TRACY 199 J1'DD, LESLIE 199 RA11L1G, DONN1E 157 RALO1. Cl'RTIS 157 RAMPS. PATRICIA 14, 235, 46, 60, 69, 260 KANNADA, KEVIN 199 KAPPENMAN, ANGELA 176 KAI'N, PAI'L 157 K1-1AR,J1'IF1-'REY 157, 159 KEARNEY, S1'SAN 176 KEE1., JAMES 235 KEEL, JO 235 KEEI., PAMELA 157, 23 KEITII, ALAN 176 KEITH, MARK 176 KEITII, GINGER 157 KELLI-IIIER, SLZANNE 34. 176 KELLY. DAWN 110, 176 KELLY, MARY 157 KI-2NNEDY,C1NDY 157 KENNEDY, DO1'G 1 76 KENNEDY, ROBERT 176, 82 KENNEDY, SHERRY 199 KESSING1-IR, PAMELA 176 KEYLON, MELINDA 199, 66 KEYLON, SHERRIE 157, 23 KEYS. JEI-'I"REY 235 KIDD, KELLY 123, 125 KIER, ANDY 176 KILGORE. ELIZABETH 176 KILLION, EDDIE 176 KIMBLE, RALPH 235, 48 KIMRROLGI1, STEPHEN 199, 123 KINARD, TERRY 84, 137 KINCHELOE, DONNIE 199 KING, ANGIE 199 KING, COLLEEN 176 KING. DAWN 157 KING,JAMES 157,107 KING, MICHEAL 235 KING, VICKIE 176, 53 KINGREY, TODD 157, 83 KINNE, KARLA157 KINNEY, DANNY 235, 123 KIRCHMEYER, DAVID 235 KIRK, CHARLES 235 KIRK, CRAIG 176 KIRKPATRICK, KEITII 192. 199. 106 KITCHENS, JAMES 199 KLEIN, JOHN 174 KLEIN. K1'RT 157 KL1-IINFALL, GREG 199 KLINE, JAY 23, 176 KLINE, JOHN 137 KNIGHT, BRUCE 235 KOERNER, KARLA 236 KOERNER, KERRY 157 KOGER, ROBERT 176, 38 KORN1'C, PATRICIA 158 KORNI'C. RICKY 176 KOITNS, ROBIN 33, 236 KOVAR, DANNY 158 KOVAR, KENNETH 199 KRAGER, SUSAN 176 KRAl'SE, DAVID 236, 81, 80 KRAl'SE,JAMES 158 KRAl'SE, ROBERT 199 KREEGER, VICTOR 176 KRLEGER, TERRY 199 K1'YK1-INDALL, RANDALL 158 KLYKENDALL, RONDA 184, 236 KYSER, JAYNE199 KYSER, JAYNEEN 158 LA TORRES, ARSENIO 176 LACY, CHARLES 236 LACY. RAY 36, 236 LAIRD, PA1'L 199 LAIRD, RICHARD 177 LAMB, CARROLL 199 LAMB. STEVEN 177 LAMBERT, MARK 199, 81 LAMONTE, LORI -1-8 LANCASTER, CYNTHIA 199 LANCASTER, DAVID 1 77, 82, 123 LANCE, JACK 158 LANCE, VALERIE 199 LANE, KATHY 137 LANGFORD, SHANNON 158, 161 LANGSTON, CAROL 199 LANCSTON, KIMBERLY 16, 29. 196, 202, 236, 277, 261 LANING, CODY 28 LANING, KIMBERLY 29, 199, 201 LANKFORD, DONNA 33, 236 LANKFORD, KEVIN 81,199 LANTRIP, JOHN 177 LARSEN, BRETI' 199 LAUDERDALE, DENNIS 35, 158, 154, 155, 39 LAUGHERLGARY 153 LAI'T1-INSLAGER, DANIEL 236, 260 LAWRENCEJEFFERY 106, 199 LAWSON, BELINDA 199. 93, 9 4 LAYTON, DONALD 199 LEACH, KATIIRYN 177 LEACII, STEPHEN 236 LEAKE, BETTYE 137 LEARNED, JOIINNY 177 LEATIIERS, SHARI 199, 60 U-IAVI'I'I', MABLE 158 LEDGERWOOD. KIMBERLY 177 LEE, GILES 236 IEE, JEFF 199 IEE, JIMMY 236 IEIIR, MITCHELL 177 LEMASTER, TERESA 3-1, 177 UEONARD, BARBARA 177 LEONARD, CARL 236 LEONARD, GLEN 35, 36, 236, 38 LESTER, JEFFREY 158, 23, 91 IEWELLEN,1.0NNIE 177 LEWELLEN, MARK 199 LI-IWIS,CHR1STOPI1ER 200 1.EWIS,JAMES 236 U'IWIS, KATHY 177 LEWIS, PHILLIP 200 LEWIS, SANDRA 17, 28, 236. 59, 65, 260 LICHNOVSKY, MARLA 200 LIESER, MICIIAEL 158, 23 LIGIITNER, SHERR1200 LILES, JIM 200 IJLES, MAX 200 LILLY, CARRIE 237 LIMMER, VICKIE 200, 3 4 LINDQLIST, LEANNE 177, 11 LINDSEY, RONALD 36, 237 LINDSTROM, KRISTOFER 177 LINSTEADT, BRENT 158 UNVILLE, WILLIAM 177, 90 LIPE. MICHAEL 200 LIPSI-I'1'I',CAROLYN 158 LIT1'LE,CONNIE 237 LI'I'1'WIN, KIM 158 LLOYD, RICIIARD 200 LOCK, MARGARET 237 IAICK, ROBBIE 137 IDCKEY, JACQUELYN 20, 200 I11DEN,Jl'DY 158 IDGAN, GARY 177 I11NG,JAY 158 LONG, KEITH 158 IDNG. TOMMY 200 IDPEZ, Gl'ADAL1'PE 107, 237. 251. 106, 109 IDPEZ, JERRY 158 LOPEZ, RICHARD 158, 106, 109 LOPEZ, SALVADOR 200, 106. 61 LOVFJOY, KEVIN 177 IDWE, KIRBY 237 IDWERY, RANDY 237, 86, 87, 88, 123 IDWREY, GARY 158 LI'CAS, MICIIAEL 237 L1 CK, KATHY 177 LI'C1'S, LANELLE 177 L1'KE, STEVE 177 LlI'I'I'REL1., ALBERT 237 Ll"I'I'RELL, CHRIS 158, 38 L1"I'1'REL AMES 158, 83, 107 Ll"I'I'RE1 ORI 200 I,I"I'I'RI-ILL, STEVE 200 LYNCH, BRYAN 38, 200 LYNCH, KENNETH 23 LYNCII, PAM 158 LYND, DAVID 200 LYND, JEFFREY 237 LYON, ROBERT 107, 177 LYONS, PAIILA 237 LYONS, ROBERT 158, 83 MABRY, KIMBERLY 237, 110, 111, 66, 265 MABRY. KYLE 177 MACHADO, ELIA 200 MACKEY, JOHN 158, 83, 91,101 MACKEY, TRENT 260, 81 MAEDGEN, MARC 177, 82, 123 MAEDGEN, MELISA 16, 22, 33, 209, 238 MAGE1-1,THADI77, 104, 105 MAHLER, SHERRY 97 MAJKSAK, DAVID 158 MAJKSZAK, WANDA 177 MALLARD, SONDRA 200 MALONE, KEITH 177, 82 MAIDNE, MICHAEL 83, 91 MAMDANI, HANIF 200 MANES, KAREN 238 MANG11AM,L0R1201 MANSEJELD, CHARLES 238. 65, 260 MANS1'1ELD, KENNY 23, 177 MARCOS, EDITH 238,261 MARCOS, RAMON 153 MARGER1'M,MA1AYNE 153 MARION, DEBBIE 3-1,177,4I,97 MARIOS, LEE 3, 238, 81.277, 116. 76. . , . MARK, BRl'CE 177, 100, 116 MARK, JAMES 201 MARR1-1I.,DO1'G 22,201 MARS11, JAMES 177 MARSRAL1, DOLLJE 201 MARS11ALL, LINDA 137 MARSRAL1, L1'CINDA 201. 211 MARSRAL1. MELINDA 158 MARS11A1.1, ROBERT 177 MART1N,CAT11Y 153 MART1N,COR1NDO 201, 106, 108,100 MARTIN,JORGE 107, 153,33 MARTIN, LARRY 233 MARTIN, MARK 201 MARTIN, MAI'RI 17, 201, 115 MART1N,MAX177 MARTIN, MELODY 153 MARTIN, TERR1 22, 153, 23, 93, 95 MARTIN, TRACEY 201 MARTIN,W1-ISLEY 153 MART1NEz, .ANGELA 153, 115 MART1N1-:z,CARMEN 177 MARTINEZ, JEROME 233, 100, 1 17 MARTINEZ, LYD1A 177 MARTJNEZ, MARY 233 MARTINEZ, P111LL1P 177 MART1N1-:z. ROSIE 153 MASHBLRN, GREGORY 233 MAS11Bl'RN,RI'SSI-21.1. 158. 101 MAS11B1'RN,T1NA 34.177,-1.1 MASON, RANDY 173 MASSEY, JEFF 49, 233 MASSEY, JOSEP11 201 MASSEY, ROBIN 178 MASSEY, SAMMY 33, 201, 212, 89 MATHELS. GEORGE 1511 MAl'RER, DAN 153, 160, 91 MALRER, DAVID 201 MAY, DEBRA 110. 233 MAY, 1ARRY 153, 107 MAY11Avs, CARL.-1 238 MAYNARD, BOBBY 173 MAYNE, BOBBY 178 MAYS, C11AR1.O1'rE 173, 38 MAYS, 1.ESL1E 34, 173 MCAY1-:E. RAT11ER1NE 201. 121 MCBR1111-1, TERESA 153 MCCAIG, B1-:NNY 178 MCCAIN, JACKIE 201, 53 MCCAIN, TBERESA 153, 26 MCCALL, DI-IIAINA 22.201 MCCARTER, M1C11AE1. 178, 100, 116 MCCARTY, BOB 137 MCCARTY, DAv1NA 30, 173 MCCLAMMY, CRYSTAL 173, 35, 37, 38 MCC1,ELLEN, DAWN 201. 43 MCCLJNTON. CRERY1. 23, 178 MCCI.l'NG, CAROL 201, 53 MCC1.l'R1-1, JERRY 178 MCC1.1'RE,TERR1 23.31. 178 MCCONATHY, ROBIN 190,201 MCCO11 N, JOEY 153, 83 MCCOY, JAMES 131 MCCREARY,JERRY 153 MCCRLMMEN, KIM 201,53 MCC11L1.O1'G11, BRADLEY 239, 106 MCCl'1.1.0l'GH, JE1-'FREY 159 MCC1'1.LO1'G11, LOR1 239 MCC1'RDY. ALLEN 173 MCC1'RDY. LARRY 239 MCC1'TC11EN, ALECIA 159. 97 MCCLTCIIEN, ANGELA 239 MCCITTCHEN. EDITH 201.96 MCCIITCHEN, JOEY 173 MCCUTCHEN, S1'SAN 239, 69 MCDAN1E1, C1NDY239 MCDANJEL, MARIA 178 MCDAN1E1. QLINTON 159 MCDANJE1, SONJA 178 MCDANIELS, JORN 159 MCDAN1E1S, MICHAEL 239 MCDAN11-QLS. MIKE 202 MCDONALD, ANTHONY 178, 135 MCDONALD, DEANA 202 MCDONALD, MINNIE 159 MCDONALD, RENEE 159 MCDONALD, THOMAS 303 MCELYEA, PATRICIA 202, 1 15 MCEYEN, TERESA 159 MCFATRIDGE, BRENDA 239, 67 MCEATR1DGE, LARRY 178 MCFAl'L, RAY 137 MCGAHAN, TAMM1E 202 MCGEE, REN1-:E 239 Index 297 MCK NIGHT, JAMES 159 MCGEHEE. DOIG 202 MCGEIIEE. SARA 159 MCGIBBONEY, PAI'LA 202 MCGIBBONEY, TRACEY 23. 159 MCGINNIS, HOWARD 178. 82 MCGOWAN. CYNTIIIA 238, 239. 1 4. 64. 260 MCGOWAN. KARIN 35. 159, 39 MCGOWAN. SHARON 178. 71 MCIIARGUE. JEFF 35. 202. 39 MCILROY, WINIFRED 239 MCINTOSII, ROBERT 202 MCINTOSH. RODNEY 159 MCINTYRE, JAMES 159 MCKEE. DONNA 202 MCKEE, MARCLS 178. 123 MCKEE. PAMELA 239 MCKEE. RICKIE 178. 82 MCKEE, RONNIE 178. 82 MCKEE. TIIOMAS 178 MCKINNEY, CYNTHIA 240 MCKINNEY, MARTHA 34. 178. 11. 115 MCLAIN, TIMOTHY 202 MCLAREN. NORMAN 137 MC1.ARRY,I.EIGH 202 MCLALGHLIN, GREGORY 240 MCLEMORE. CRAIG 159. 91 MCLENDON, BOBBY 178 MCMILLAN. GLENDA 159 MCMILLAN, LANA 34. 178.96 MCMILLAN. LOR1240. 98 MCMILLAN, TINA 159 MCMILLION, I-'REDDY 178 MCMILLON. ANGELA 159 MCMI'LLEN. BYRON 202 MCMITLLEN, LINDA 240 MCNATT, LISA 202 MCQUEEN. LAURA 23. 178 MCREYNOLDS. ROBERT 159. 83 MCWHIRTER. MICHAEL 202 MEADOWS. TERRI 240. 94 MEANS. LISA 240. 43. 261 MEAZELL, TRAVIS 240, 54 MEEKS. CARA 178 MENDEZ. DOROTHY 97 MENDEZ. Jl'AN 90, 202 MENZDORF. DAVID 159 MENZDORF. DEANN 202 MERRITT. BENNY 159 METCALF. KERI 240. 49 METCALF, TRIFETT 83, 159 METHENEY, STEPHANIE 33. 202 MEYERS. DAVID 159 MIDDLEBROOKS. ALICIA 159 MIKIFDA, EDWARD 240. 260 MIK1'LENKA, MIKE 202. 81 MILLER. BRENDA 178,110,112 MILLER. BRETT 28. 202. 116, 117 MILLER, CHRISTIE 23. 178 MILLER, CYNTHIA 159 MILLER. DEIDRE 178 MILLER, DIANE 33. 202 MILLER, JEFFREY 39. 159 MILLER. KAY 240 MILLER, MARTIN 202 MILLER. MIKE 202 MILLER, NANCY 202, 58 MILLER. RANDALL 107 MILLER, RAMONA 137 MILLER. SHAWN 240 MILLER, STEPHEN 202 MILLER, STEPHEN 159 MILLIGAN, DARYL 240 MILIS, RANDY 202 MINCHEW, RONNIE 178 MINNICK. WELDON 137 MITCHELL. BRIAN 240 Index MITCHEL1..CONNIE 33, 240 MITCHELL. FRANCES 22, 240 MITCHELL. KEVIN 194. 240 MITCHELL. LORRAINE 137 MIZE. IIELEN 137 MOIANDES. MARIA 178 MOLANDES, MIKE 202 MOLINA. MARIANNA 179. 96 MOLINA, MICIII-ILE R, 207. 241 MOLLE'1'1'.DARLA 34. 179 MONIER. SHERRY 159 MONROY, DEBORAII 159 MONROY. MARGARET 202 MONTGOMERY. DIANA 159 MOON, DAVID 202. 81 MOON. LISA 3 4. 179 MOORE. BECKY 179. 97 MOORE. CANDY 23, 34, 179 MOORE. DARRY1. 202 MOORE. ELIZABETH 159 MOORE, GARY 38, 159 MOORE, JACK 202 MOORE. JAMES 202 MOORE. MOORE. LISA 244. 66, 69, 260 TERRI 159 MOORE, TERRY 203, 123 MOORE- MOORE. MOORE. TODD 179 TRACY 179 VICKIE 241 MORELAND. RITII96. 110. 111. MORGAN. JENA 179 MORGAN. MARY 137. 66 MORGAN, RI-IBA 133 MORGAN. ROY 203 MORGAN. SHELLY 159 MORNINGSTAR, PAl'I.A 159 MORONES. SYLVIA 23. 159 MORRIS. CYLENA 179 MORRIS .CYNTHIA 22. 241, 71 MORRIS. KATIIY 179 MORRIS. KELLY 2-1-1 MOR.R1S,LAl'RA 159. 23 MORRIS. PAM 34. 179 MORRIS, PAMELA 33, 241, 58 MORRIS. SCOTT 203 MORRIS, STACY 179. 90. 123 MORRIS, TAMMY 241. 58 MORRIS . TONYA 33. 34. 241 MORROW, LARRY 203 MORROW. PATRICIA 241 MOSELEY, TIM 203. 81. 116 MOSELY, VICKI 203 MOSES.J1'LIE 159 MOSLEY, DENISE 179 MOSLEY. GREG 203 MOSS. C MOSS. D HARLES 179. 90 ANA 179 MOSS. STEW ART 12. 203. 212 MOTLEY. MARTIIA 203, 71 MOZELEWSKI. MARCIA 203 MLHL. KIP 241 MTHL. S ALLY 159, 93. 95 MLLDOON, DEI-IANN 159 MULHERON. KATIIY 3-4. 179 MULHOLLAND, CIIERYL 34. 179 MIILLEN. RAYMOND 159, 83 MLLLINO. MITCIIEL 2-41 MI'LLINS.JEANA 34, 176. 179 Ml'LLINS. KIMBERLY 33, 203 Ml'LLIS. KIRK 241 Ml'NIZ. ALRORA 179 MLNOZ. A NDREW 242 MLRDOCK. MARTY 159 MRPHY. CAROL 159 MIYRPHY. JIMMY 90. 137 MRPHY. KEVIN 159. 38 MITRRAY 80 MURRAY, PAI'L 22. 27. 242 MUSICK. KENNETII 159. 83 MUSICK . LINDA 34, 179 MYER, MIKE 119 MYERS, MY ERS. MYERS, MYERS, MYERS. DARREN 203.100.116 ELIZABETH 203 LISA 242 SCOTT 22, 203 TOD 179 NABERHAIS. DANIEL 203. 120, 62 NABERHAIS. DEBRA 34. 179 NABORS, MIKE 179.-44. 45. 114 NANEZ, NATION DAVID 101. 159 S, DEBRA 203 NEAL. MARGARET 179 NEEL. CLAUDIA 179 NEELEY. RITSSELL 179. 82, 123 , PATRICK 15, 242, 123. NEELY. MIKE 242 NEELY, RICHARD 35. 39. 159 NEKl'ZA.JOHN 179 NELSON, CHERRIE 203 NELSON. DANA 34. 179.41. 115 NELSON, DANIEL 179 NELSON. KAREN 203. 68 NELSON. MATTHEW 160. 83 137 121 NELSON, MITCH 179. 90, 116 NELSON, RANDY 179 NELSON NELSON NE1.SON NESBIT. , STEVEN 179. 100. 116 SLBREANA 242 I TODD 203 GITY 203. 49 NESTER. MELANIE 22. 203 NEUBAUER. REBECCA 160 NEW. ANN 203 NEWBERRY, KEVIN 188. 203, 120 NI-IWBY. PHILLIP 242, 48 NEWMAN, CLAYTON 203 NEWMAN. KELLYE 242 NEWMAN. LOWELL 179. 82 NEWMAN, STEPHANIE 33. 242 NEWSOME, CATHY 203 NEWSOME, DANA 160, 83 NICIIOLS, CIIRIS 28. 242 NICHOLS. PAI'L 242. 67, 214 NICHOLSON. JOHN 242. 54, 260 NTCHOLSON. MARK 203 NIGHTINGALE, KERRY 243 NILES. JESSE 160 81. NOLAN, JOHN 160 NOLEN, GREGORY 203. 42 NOLEN. KIMBERLY 33, 34. 243 NOLEN. TRACY 34, 179. 41 NOLL. VAL 203 NOLLEY. CINDY 203. 71 NOLLEY, DIANE 160 NORLIE. BRYAN 160, 153 NORLIE. DAVID 203. 123 NORMAN. VICK1E160 NORRIS. DENNY 203 NORRIS. KIMBERLY 203 NORRIS, RONAL160, 83. 91 NORRIS. TERRI 34. 1 79 NORWOOD. DONNA 160 NORWOOD. SHELLEY 180 NOSTER. JIMMY 160 NTVOLD, CHRIS 204. 116 O'DELI.. BRICE 160 O'Ol'INN, Jl'DY 204 O'Ql'INN. THELMA 160 O'REAR. PATRICIA 165. 261 O'DELI.. SCOTT 243 ODOM. LAl'RA 160. 30 OI-'FUT'I', CIIERYL 85, 204 OGDEN. GLEN 204 OLIVER. BARRY 180 OLIVER. DARRELL 243 OLIVER. GERALD 83 OLSON, DE AN 180. 96 ORRJAMES 243 ORR.JIMMY 180 ORTIZ. CONSIELA 157. 204 OSBORNE. DIANNA 204 OSTEEN, I-'LOYD 243 OSTLIND. ALLISON 160. 102. 119 OSTLl'ND. STEVE 204 OVERBAY. STANLEY 204 OVERBEY. BARBARA 160. 66 OWEN. DARLENE 34. 180. 98. 99. 96 OWENS, DONNA 243, 261 OWENS, FRANCINE 160 OWENS, PATRICIA 137 PACE. NATHAN 204 PACE. PAT 180 PADDOCK. DAVID 204 PAINE, THOMAS 204 PALMER, TROY 160. 83. 101 PALO. MICHAEL 243 PARDl'N. RON 137 PARIS. PATRICIA 204 PARIS. REBECCA 137 PARKER. BECKY 243, 261 PARKER, ELIZABETH 180 PARKS. MONICA 180 PARKS, PRESTON 204 PARLETT. WILLIAM 180 PARRISH. DAVID 204 PARRISH, JANET 243 PARRISH, RONNIE160. 91 PARTRIDGE. M1TZI243 PASCHAL. LAl'RA 180 PATE. BRENDA 35, 36. 37. 243 PATE, ROBERT 204 PATRICK. KERRY 244 PATRICK, PAM 180 PATRICK. RANDY 160. 83 PATTERSON. BRETT 180. 120 PATTERSON, CHRISTOPHER 160 PATTERSON. JERRY 204 PATTERSON, STEPHANI 160, 95 PATTERSON. SUSAN 180 PATTERSON. DALE 160. 91 PATTERSON, TOBY 244 PAl'GH. LOIS 260 I'Al'LOV, CYNTHIA 160. 161. 38 PAIISEN, TRACY 180 PAYNE, BOBBIE 160 PAYNE, CHRIS 244 PAYNE, SCOTT 204 PEACE, MARTHA 137. 66 PEARCE. DIANNA 1111, 211 PEARSON,CAT11Y204 PEARSON, WILLIAM 1110 PEEPLES, MATTHEW 20-I PEEPLES, MICHAEL 100. 158. as PEEPLES, TRAC1-:Y 100 PENA, ANNA +I, 22, 23, 204 PENA, DEBORAII 160 PENA, EDWARD 180 PENA. SAMUEL 204. 100, I 16 PENDERGRASS,JA'1'ON 2 44 PENN. TRACY 100 PENNINGTON, KELLY 100 PENNINGTON, KENT 100 PENNY, KI-:l.I.EY 22, aa. 2.11 PEOPLES.MICHI-11.1-121,244 PERKINS, REBECCA 180. 187.60 PERRY, BARBARA 131 PERRY, CLINT 204 PERRY, KEELING 160, 101 PERRY, LANDON 204.112, 1 16 PERRYMAN, JEFF 180 PETERS. DAVID 180 PETERS, GERR1 100 PETERS. MARK 120 PETERSON, LINDA 2-AI, 261 PETTER. JANIVE 2 4.1 PETTY, KAY 43 PEYTON, PAMELA 2.14 PEYTON, PENNY 21.1 PFEIL, SUE 137 PHELPS. BETH IBO PHELPS, SCOTT 204 PH1LLIPS.CATHY 24.1 PHILLIPS. DAVID 137 PHILLIPS, DAVID 100 PHILLIPS, DAVID 160.851, 101 PHILLIPS, GEORGE 204. 81 PHILLIPS, KAYLYNNE 160 PIEK1iT, KIMBERLY Iso PIERCE, TAMMY 160.95 PIERSON. LESLIE 204 PILAND. PATRICK IBO PILGRIM, PAT 201, 81. 116 PILIDW. DIANE 180 P1L1,0W,I.AI'RA 160. 95 PINA, ANTHONY 180 PINA, MICHAEL 244 PINNELL, JANINI-3 201 PINTOR, ALFRED 204 PINTOR, TERESA 118 PLl'MLEE, REBI-:CCA 100 PLl'NK. CHRISTOPHER 100 PODANY, KATRINA 21.22.244 POE, HAROLD 204 POE, KAREN 160 POI-'FI-INBERGER. RICHARD 204 POFFENBERGER, VIRGINIA 180 POGL E, MARK 205 POLLARD, LYNDA 27, 205 POOL, DANIEL 205 POOL, TERRI 34, 180 POOLE, STEVE aa, 205. 45 PORTER, R1-:TTY 33. 2-1 1 PORTER. CAROL 180 PORTER, CONNIE 180 PORTER, GORDON 180.85 PORTER, KELLI 100 PORTER. RALPII 160.91 PORTER, THER1-ISA 205 POTEET, BENNIE 205, 81 POTEET. RALPH 128 POTTER, CHARLES 161. 35. 39 POWELI, ALAN 161.39 POWELL BRENDA 245 POWELL, CHERYI. 2.15, 00 POWELL. MARK 22, 1a0, 90 POWELL, VICKY 100 POWELL, RON 90, 138 POWER, JOSEPH 161 POWER, PATRICK 205, 82 POWERS, JEFFREY 161, as PRATER, DOl'G 106, 180 PRATER, LYNNELI. Isa PREAS, GERALD 101 PREAS, LORI 205 PRESSLEYJAMES 180 PRESSLEY. RLSSELI. 2 45 PRICE, JAMES 245 PRICE. MARKEDA 180 PRIDDY, TERESA 205 PRIEST. JACKIE 161 PRITCHARD RANDY 180 PRITCHETT. TAMMY 205 PROSSER. STACYE 180 PROVENCE. JAMES 161. 83. 91 PRLITT, RAMONA 181. 95 PRLITT. REBECCA 245. 96 PRUTT. TERESA 161 PRYOR. RICHARD 205 PSENCIK. NANCY 138 PITCKETT, CHARLES 181 PECKETT, MICKY 181, 97, 98 PUCKETT. MITCHELL 245 ,L PUENTE, MARIO 161 PULLEY, KENDALL 161 PULLEY, LEIGH 205 PURCELL, ERIC 181, 106, 107 PlfRlIELL, NOEL 245, 89 PLRCELL, SUSAN 161 PURKEY, ELESA 205 PURKEY, SHAWN 161 PUTNAM, DARRELL 181 PYLE, KIM 161 QLALLS, GARY 245, 31, 116, 117 RABB, DEBORAH 205 RABE, RANDY 181 RABURN, BILLY 161, 39 RABURN, DONNA 35, 205, 39 RADER,JANE 245, 261 RADER, TRACY 245, 60 RAGLAND, MITCHELL 161 RAGSDILL, VICKI 245 RAILEY, REGINA 161, 102, 103,11 1 19 RAINES,DONNI1-1161 RAINES, JIMMY 205 RAl'1'1', RANDY 205, 107 RAITT, RICKY 181, 107,108 RAMSEY, KATHY 22, 245 RANDLE, PATTI 181 RANKIN, PHYLLIS 205 RANNE, PHILLIP 181 RANSOM, CHARLOTTE 23, 181 RANTON, CAROL 161 RAVELO, DAMARIS 205, 70 RAWLS, BOBBY 82, 181 RAWLS,Sl1ELLEY 205 RAY, PENNEY 205 RAYMOND, BRYCE 161, 158, 39 RECTOR, DANETTE 246 REC1'0R,GENA 205, 53 RECTOR, STACY 205, 93, 94 REDMAN, BRICE 161 REDMAN, STEVEN 2446 REDWINE, DEBORA 33, 205 REED, DOUGLAS 205 REED, KENNETH 246 REED, LORI 205 REESE, RUSTY 22, 204, 205, 44 SHANE 161 REICH, SHARON 161 REID, DONNA 205 RENEAl', JOHN 205 RENEAU, MAYNARD 161, 39 REYNOLDS, JULIA 138 REYNOLDS, RONALD 161, 39 REYNOLDS, SCOTT 181 REYNOSO,JESUS 161, 83 REYNOSO, MARGIE 24-6 RHE'1'I', YVE'1'1'E 161 RIAI, KATIIY 205 RICH, CYNTIIIA 22,205 RICH, MICHELLE 181 RICH, TONYA 161,119 RICHARDS, KIMBERLY 161 RICHARDS, LISA 205 RICHARDSON, AARON 161, 38 RICHARDSON, GINA 161 RICHARDSON, GLORIA 138 RICHARDSON, JAN 138 RICIIARDSON,JE1-'EREY 161 RICHARDSON, RHONDA 161 RICHEY, SHARON 206 RICKERSON, JANICE 246 RIDDLE, TRACY 161 RIES, JOSEPH 246 RIGDON, KAY 246 RIGGINS, ROBERT 161 RIGGS, PHILIP 161, 156, 163 RIGGS, TAMMY 33, 246 RILEY, GINA 161 RILEY, KYLE 206 RILEY. LAURIE 24-6 RILEY, SEAN 161 mLEY, SHERRIE 206 RILEY, VICKIE 246 RINNE, JODIE 23, 181 RIVERS, KIMBERLY 161 R1zzOTTO, SUSAN 22, 206 ROBERTS, BRIAN 161 ROBERTS, BUDDY 129 ROBERTS, DANA 181 ROBERTS, JAN 181 ROBERTS, KIMBERLY 181 ROBERTS, LAIIRA 181 ROBERTS, TINA 23,181,119 ROBERTSON, BEN 84, 138 ROBERTSON, JERRY 246, 81 ROBERTSON, MOLLY 246 ROBERTSON, RHONDA 161 ROBERTSON, TAMMY 241 ROBERTSON, SHORTY 161, 23 ROBERTSON, TRACY 162, 23, 26 ROBINSON, ANNETTE 241, 1 18 ROBINSON, THEODORE 181 ROBLES, DELIA 162 ROCHA, DIANA 162 3. ROCHA, JESSE 241 ROCHA, LISA 162 ROCHESTI:R, PHIL 13I,32, 123 RODEN, RUSSELL 241, 31, 1 16, 80 RODGERS, KAREN 247 RODRIGUEZ, ILIANA 162 RODRIGUEZ, JO 53, 181 RODRIGUEZ, JOEY 22, 23, 241, 215 RODRIQUEZ, DEBRA 206 RODRIQUEZ, I-'RANK 241 ROGERS, Al'DRY 162 ROGERS, GEORGE 241 ROGERS, MARTHA 94, 138, 113, 119 ROGERS, SHERRY 181 ROHDE, TODD 181 R01.1,1NS.Jl'DY 138 ROLOFF, SANDRA 206 ROME, ANNE 156, 35, 31, 38 ROSE, JI-:RRI 206 ROSE, JOANNA 206 ROSE, KATHERINE 206 ROSE, KIMBERLY 162 ROSEBROCK, CHRIS 241 ROSS, DONNA 181 ROSS, PAMELA 206 ROSSI, HENRY 241, 62 ROSSI, SARITA 181 ROTENBERRY, LISA 23, 34, 181 ROTHWI-:L1,, RIIONDA 162, 154 ROUSE, MARK 206 R0l'S1lEY,S11ARON 217 ROIJSHEY, TOMMY 23, 181 RI:DE, BRE'I'TA 34, 181,41 RUFFIN, T1L1CY 206 RIINNELS, DONNA 181 RINNELS, RANDY 104, 241, 105 RINYON, RONNIE 162 RIIPARD, ALLEN 131 RUSH, LESLIE 206 RUSK,SAMM1E 138 RUSS, LORI 34, 181, 41 RUSSELL, BEVERLY 162 RUSSELL, CARLA 2-I3 RUSSELL, DANA 248 RUSSELL, JOHN 243 RUSSELL, MARY 206, 210, 1 15 RUSSELL, M.D., RICHARD 129 RUSSELL, SANDRA 162 RUST, SHERRY 34, 181 RUTLEDGE, JIM 206 RUTTER, ARTHUR 162 Rl"I'1'ER, MARGARET 206 RYAN, LESL1-IY 162 RYAN, NETRA 206, 53 SAAM, MIKE 206 SAAM, PAM 181 SAAM. STEVEN 162 SADLI-:R, LISA 34 SAFFLE, VICTOR 206, 100, 1 16 SALTER,JOHN 162,38 SAMMANN, CHERYL 243, 261 SAMPSON, VICKI 243 SAMUELS, DIANA 181, 93, 95, 71 SANBORN, VICKIE 243 SANCHEZ, IRMA 193, 206,61 SANCIIEZ, JERRY 248, 123, 124 SANCHEZ, TARI 181 SANDERS, LORI 23, 181 SANDERS, MICHELLE 162 SANDERS, MIKE 181, 82 SANDERSON, DEBBIE 206 SANDLIN, BENNY 206 SANDLIN, CHERI 162 SANFORD, RENEE 34, 181 SANSINC, ANITA 206 SANT, JAMES 210 SANTOS, REBECCA 248 SAPP, BRENDA 181 SARAGUSA, LINDA 182 SAIICEDO, RUDY 162,91 SAUCEMAN, DWAIN 206 SAITIASMAN, PENNY 162.102, 103, 1 10 SAITNDERS, PATRICIA 243 SAUNOOKE, KERRY 162, 91, 111 SAUTER, DANA 162 SAUTER, DARRYL 132 SCARBOROUCH, MICHAEL 182 SCHACK, JOHN 162 SCHACK, LEO 182 SCIIAFER, JODY 182 SCHAEER, MIKE 243, 90 SCHELLENBERG, KAREN 162 SCHELLENBERG, MARY 206 SCHNURR, EDDIE 90, 182 SCHOOLEY, DAWN 182 SCHREUDERS, TERRY 206 SCHRIEWER, TERESA 33, 207, 68, 102, 118, 1 19 SCHUCH, JULIE 248 SCHULGEN, SUE 9, 21, 22, 222, 248 SCIIWARTE, JEI-'I' 132 SCHWARTZ, KEVIN 182,120 SCHWARTZ, SHANNON 243 5CHWEND,E1.LEN 182 SCIIWENG, DEBRA 162 SCOGGINS, DON 243,31 SCOGGINS, GERALD 162, 35, 39 SCOTT, BILL 130 SCOTT, MIKE 162, 153,83 SCOTT, MONTE 162, 101 SCOTT, PAT 182 SEAMAN, PATRICK 207 SEAMAN, TAMMY 201 SEITZLER, CAROLYN 133 SEITZLER,1-IECKY 115, 182 SEGO, BOB 132 SELF, JO 102, 118, 119, 138 SELF, KERI 243 SELF, PATRICIA 23, 182 SELLERS, GREGORY 182 SE'I'I'LE, CHRISTOPHER 35, 207, 38 SE'I'I'LE, DAVID 248 SETTLES, GARY 207 SEYMOUR, JAYNE 207 SHAPPARD, TIMOTHY 132 SHARP, LINDA 162 SIIARP, TRACY 12, 201, 118 SHAW, BOBBY 201, 107 SIIEA, PATRICIA 207, 110, 111, 112, 113 SHEAR ER, RONALD 201 SHEETS, DEBBIE 162 SHELTON, KEVIN 201 SHERBITT, SCOTT 207 SIIERMAN, KIM 162 SHERRARD, ROBERT 162,91 SHERRIN, ROBERT 182 SHERRY, BILLIE 207 SIIIELET, ROBERT 138 SHIPLEY, LAURA 207 SHIPMAN, DONNIE 207, 82 SHIREI., SHEILA 182 SHREVES. RIIONDA 162 SH CPE, MARGARET 22,207 SHUTTLEWORTII, GARY 201, 82 SIDES, ERIC 162 SILLMAN,C11ERYL 24, 182 SIMMONS, ANTONIO 207,90 SIMMONS, LAURA 207 SIMMONS, PENNY 207 SIMMONS, RON 182, 114 SIMPSON, CONNIE 207 SIMPSON, ROCKY 21, 22, 249, 265 SIMS, DAVID 207 SIMS, LYNN 22, 182 SIMS, ROBERT 162 SINCLAIR, AARON 201 SINCLAIR, MICHAEL 249 SINCLAIR, REBECCA 162 SINGLETON, DEBBIE 34, 182, 1 10 SINK, LORI 34, 182 SINYARD, MIKE 207 SIPE, JUDY 34, 166, 182, 40, 41 SIPES, KENT 22, 249 SISK, CYNTHIA 198, 207 SISK, MICHAEL 162 SISTRIINK, JEFF 162 SKWIRz, CLARE 249 SLAKEY, REBECCA 207 SLAKEY, TERRY 162 SLATON, ROBERT 182 SLEDGE, STEPHEN 203, 81, 106 SLEEPER, JAMES 249 SLEEPER, MARK 208 SLEEPER, SHELLY 162 SLOAN,SHER1DAN 249 SLOAN, SUzANNE 22, 34, 182 SMITH, SMITH, ,APRIL 182, 104 SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITII, , GREGORY 162, 33, 101 SMITH, SMITH, , JO 34, 182 SMITH, SMITII, SMITH, SMITII, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, ,MARY 182, 53 SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SM ITII SMITH' SMITH SMITH 4 ALVIN 162, 39 ANN 208, 1 18 BRAD 182, 39 CHYVONNE 182 CURTIS 208, 81 DANA 249 DEBORA 182 DON NA 39 DOUGLAS 162, 33 DUANE 182 GENE 162 JACKIE 249 JAMES 162 JOY 249, 42 JUDSON 249, 69 KEVIN 249 KIMBERLY 208 KIMBERLY 162, 160, 165 LISA 162 LORl 249, 261 MARK 250 MCGRAW 182 MIKE 163, 35, 38 RANDALL 163 SMITH, ,RICKY 163 , ROBERT 203, 120 SMITII, ROBERT 34, 1 38 SMITII, SCO'1'I' 182 SMITH, SIIANE 182, 104 SMITH, TAMI 182 SMITH, TAMMY 163 SMITHSON, BOBBY 208 SMOTHERMAN,S1lARON 250 SNlD1CR,DONNIE 183 SNYDER, GINGER 250 SNYDER, MARY 183 SOUTHALL, ALICIA 208,110,277 S0lIT1IER,CHARl.0'I'I'E 208 SDUTHER, TERESA 250 SOUTHERN, TERESA 250 SPANN,J1M 133 SPANN, TERRY 163 SPELL, DINAH 163 SPELL,MEL1NDA 183 SPENCE, PENNY 53, 163 SPRADLIN, BILLY 208 SPRADLIN,JEEEREY 163, 152 SPRADLING, GARY 250, 81, 116 SPRADLING, TIMOTHY 208, 81 SPRINGFIELD,GR1-ITCIIEN 23, 163 SPRINGMAN, TERESA 203 SPRUILL, DAVID 183 SPRUILL, JAMES 208 STADDLER, DONNA 250, 59 STALCLP, ANDREA 34, 183, 140, 4 STALEY, RENE 163 STANBERY, CARIIA 208 STANFILL, PATRICK 203 STANGLIN, BILL 138 STARK, DEBORAH 250 STARK, KIMBERLY 208 STARKES, LILLIE 163 STARKEY, DOUG 183, 44, 15 STARNES, SIIARRY 163 STEDIIAM, DONALD 183 STEELE, JAMES 163 STEMBRIDGE, PENNY 250 STEPHENS, JUI-I 163, 39 STEPIIENS, RHONDA 163 STEPHENS, RIIONDA 34, 183 STEPIIENS, ROGER 133 STEPHENSON, KAREN 208 STEPHENSON, LARRY 208 STEPHENSON, LISA 183 STEPHENSON, SIIARON 208 STEPP, LISA 22, 203, 45, 64 STEVENS, DAVID 163, 22 STEWART, CHAD 163 STEWART, CONNIE 183 STEWART, DEE 163, 22, 23, 97 STEWART, JOSEPH 163 STEWART, TRAY 91, 163 STEWART, SHERI 208, 62 STEWART, SUSAN 39 STEWART. TINA 203, 118, 1 19,62 STEWART, WARREN 208 STOGSDILL, GREGORY 38 STOIJJT, LOIS 208 STOLDT, MARK 14, 250, 81, 77, 78 STOOKSBERRY, ANGELA 208 STOOKSBERRY, TIMOTHY 163 STOREY, LYNN 250, 81, 122, 123, 1 STOVALL, DAVID 208 STOVALL, KENNETH 183 STOVALL, SALLY 250 STOVER, DELMAR 163,39 STRATMAN, KAREN 163,95 STRAUGHAN, MARY 183, 93, 94 STREBECK, MIKE 176, 183 STREETMAN, JOSS 183, 38 STRICKLAND, JAMES 163 STROMAN, BARBARA 183 STROUD, BRYAN 250,81 STUARD, JAMES 183, 120 STUARD, KATHY 208 STUBBLEFIELD, PAUL 133 STUBBS, KARLA 183 STUBBS, KURT 203, 100, 116 STLBBS, MICHAEL 163 STUCKER, CHARLES 203 STUCKER, NANCY 163, 104,105 SLDDERTH, MICHAEL 209 SUDDERTH, TERRY 250 SULIIVAN, PAUL 163, 35, 39 SWAN, DARRELL 183 SWANN, WELDON 34, 138 SWEENEY, ELIZABETH 163 SWEENEY, HUGH 183 SWEENEY, NOEL 209 SWIETER, KENNETH 250 SWINDLER, MICHAEL 22,209 SWINDLER, TERESA 163 SWINNEY, DIANE 250, 66 SWINNEY, LISA 163, 10 SWINT, DIANE 251,261 TABER, LOUANN 133 TABOR, CHARLES 138 TACKE'I'l', MIKE 163 TALBERT, CONNIE 251 TALLEY, JANAH 53,215 1 25 Index 299 TANCO, DAVID 81, 209 TANKERSLEY, PATTI 125, 209 TANTON, JEFF 82, 116, 183 TARBET, CLELL 138 TARVER, CI.Al'DE 84 TATSCH, DARLENE 251, 260 TA Y LO R TA Y LO R I CAROLINE 183 CHERYI. 138 TAYLOR:JO1IN 35, 209 TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR. MARCIIS 163 MARK 209 MARIA 34, 183 MARY 133 I'AI'I. 209 ROGER 183 RONALD 133, 69, 71 TAYLOR. SHERRY 163, 23 TAYLOR, STEVE 183 TAYLOR, STEVEN 251, 263, 260 TEAGLE, PIIII. 21. 22, 197, 261, 231, 251, 261 TEAG1.E,CAROLYN 133 TEAGl'E, DEBORAH 209, 102, 85, 118 TEDLOCK, DONALD 183 TEER, DIANNA 95, 163 TEKELI., PENNY 183 TELKER, BRYAN 163 TELKER, LESLIE 252 TEMPLE, DONNA 163 TEMPLE, GARY 252, 261 TEMPLE, PAMELA 183 TERRY, KEVIN 252 TERRY, MIKE 183 TERRY, TRACEY 209 TE'I'1'LETON, KELLI 209 TETTLETON, LISA 252 THOMAS, BARBARA 138 THOMAS, BECK133, 252 THOMAS, BRIAN 252 THOMAS, KATIIY 183 THOMAS, KEVIN 183 THOMAS, MIKE 163 53 THOMAS, STEVE 252 THOMASON, CATHY 163 , JAMES 209, 106 THOMASON, TIIOMASON, THOMASON, TIIOMASON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON TIIOMPSON THOMPSON CI.II'TON 209 DEVONA 252 LESLIE 163, 23 SUSAN 252,102,103 BARRY 183, 90 CRISTAL 183 ,JOHN 209 ,JOHN 150,163 THOMPSON, MARK 252, 68, 81, 260 THOMPSON, MELODY 252, 262, 260 THOMPSON, RAMONA 252 THOMPSON, SLZ1209,-I5 TIIOMPSON, TANYA 163, 23 THORNBLRG, .1l'LIA 34, 134, 41 THORNBITRG, PERRY 252, 05, 68, 81, 276, 260 TIIORNBI'RGH,GINGER 184 THORNE, BRENT 134, 139, 117, 1 16 TIIRASHER, DWAYNE 184, 82 THREADGILI., KAY 139 THREA'I'I',JOE 252 THREATT, ROBERT 163 TIIRONEBERRY, GINA 163 TILGER,.1OE 252 TILLERY, MARK 252 TIMMS, BARRY 209, I I-I TIMMS, JOAN 139 TIMMS, LISA 18-1- TITSWORTH, BONNIE 184 TITSWORTII, EDWARD 163 TOBIAS, LINDA 164 TOBIAS, MARY 209 TOLBERT, DANIEL 164 300 Index TOLLE, MICHELE 164, 23 TOLLE, SHERI 34, 184 TOLLESON, DERIC 35, 209, 39 TOMES, SANDRA 139,161 TONROY, JANICE 139 TOOGOOD, ED 84,106, 101. 109, 131, 139 IORRES,JOHNNY 81, 209 TORRES, PATRICIA 253 TOWNSEND, IIWAYNE 209, 82 TOWNSEND, SUSAN 23, 134 TRAMMELI., TIMOTHY 164, 33, 101 TRAMMELL, TONY 164, 33, 101 TRAVIS, TERRI 253 TI:Ii1gAGN1ER,KEN 34, 139, 122, 123, TROSPER, SCOTT 209 TRIESDELL, KIMBERLY 164 TR1'ESDEI,L, RAYMOND 21, 22. 209 TR1'E'I'I',GAYLA 209 TICKER, FAYE 164,23 TICKER, GINA 253 Tl'ERCK, SHEVAITN 209 Tl'I.I,Y,I.AI1RIE 134 TI'NN1-ILL, BARBARA 253 TUNNELL, ROGER 184 TURNER, ELESIA 184, 00 TURNER, MISTY 164 TURNER, MONTI 253 TURNER, TAMMY 209 TITRNER, VICKIE 104 TITLE. TERRI 33, 209 Tl"I'1', CHRIS 164, 83 TYLER, DEBORA 209, 38 TYLER, KAREN 164 TYLER, STACY 209 TYLER, STEVEN 209 TYNDALL, MARY 134 TYREE, WILSON 22 TYSON, JIMMY 164, 35, 38 TYSON, SHIREL 24,253 l'MPHRESS,JERRY 210 UNDERWOOD, BRENDA 253 IINDERWOOD, CINDY 164 IIRESTE, KENNETH 35, 210, 38 IYSREY, NANCY 23, 134 IYSSI-ZRY,M1C11AI-21,253 1Tl.EY,KAYE 134 l'1'l.EY. RICKY 184 VALADEZ, GLORIA 164 YALAD11, JOSE 134 VANDI-IRGRIFF, CINDY 33,253 YANDERGRIEF, JAY 210, 32, 110 VANHOOZER, Sl'SAN 253 VANLEHN, GREG 210 VAN SCIIAICK, DAVID 164, 38 vASQI'Ez, RAY 164 VAl1G1IAN,DAVID 210 VEASEY,MEL1NDA 210 VERCIIER, ELIZABETH 210 YESSI-:LLS, CIIERYL 210 YESISAL, MELANIE 34, 184, 41, I 111, 1 1 V1GIl.,ANT1IONY 134 IILIAEANA, BILL 82 V11,IAFANA,GARAMO 184 YILIAI-'ANA, MARTIIA 253 VIl.1.ANl'EVA, DANNY 210, 123 VILIAREAI., EDWARD 104, 83 V1 LIAREAI. WANDA 253, 67 YILIARREAI, LISA 22, 254 v1NSON,CONSTANCE 139 YOSS, KIMBERLY 254 YOWELL, KAREN 161, 159 vU,CI1AU 00, 184 WADE, JAMES 210 WADE, MICHAEL 164 WADE, STEVEN 164, 38 WADE, TOMMIE 104 WADLE, GREG 254 WADSWORTH, KARYN 134 WAI-'I'ORD, WILLIAM 210, 123, 125 WAGER, LISA 164 WAGLIANDO, LOREN 139 WAGNER, ROBERT 178, 254, 81 WAIT, JANE 139 WALKER, ANITE 254 WALKER, BRAD 164,120 WALKER, CINDI 210, 102 WALKER, KATHY 210 WALKER, KENNETII 164, 23 WALKER, RITA 134 WALK1-:R, TAMMY 203,210 WALKER, TERESA 164 WALKER, WILLIAM 210,82 WALI, PAUIA 210 WALIACE, ANDREA 104 WALLACE, REBECCA 33, 207, 210,60 WALLS, WAYLAND 210 WANTIAND, DEBORAH 254 WARD, YICKIE 164 WARNER, JAMES 254, 114 WARREN, JOYCE 134, 102. 103, 119 WARREN, PALL 164, 163 WARREN, REGINA 34 WASHINGTON, GAYLORD 254 WATKINS, LISA 134 WATKINS, R1'TH 34, 139 WATSON, ANN 139 WATSON, EDGAR 254 WATSON, JANICE 164 WATSON, JIM 210 WATSON, SANDRA 13.4 WATSON, SHELLY 104 WATTERS, JERRY 23, 184 WAVRUSA, FRANK 254 WAY, YANNA 21, 22, 218, 14,25-I, 204 WEATHERBY, CORY 164, 100, 105 WEATIIERLY, MELISSA 210 WEATHERMAN, LAWRENCE 254 WEATHERSBY, WILLIAM 164 WEAYER, CHRISTOPHER 32, 210 WEAVER, LINDA 164 WEBB. CLARK 134 WEBB, ROB 210 WEBB, TEDDY 134 WEBSTER, PAT 139 WEEKS, DAVID 164 WELBORN,TONY 184 WEICH, STEPHANIE 164 WI-:LLBORN,JERRY 104 WELLS,DOTT1E 133 WENZ, PAMELA 164 WERRY, BARBARA 25-I WERRY,JANET 161, 23 WERRY, KEVIN 254 WESLEY, TONI 30, 184 WEST, CARRIE 11. 254 WEST, KELI 134 WEST, PAMELA 254 WEST, SHERRY 35, 37, 210, 39 WEST, STEVEN 210 WESTI-'ALL, RICK 87, 255, 88, 89 WESTMORELAND, GREG 21, 22, 210 WESTMORELAND, TOMMY 255 WHEELER, BARRY -43 WIIITAKER, CYNTHIA 210 WHITE, CAROL 211 WHITE, CINDY 35,110, 111, 161 WIIITE, KAY 34, 134 WHITE, LAl'RA 30, 184, 276 WIIITE, lAl'R.A 211 WHITE, MICHELE 22,311,211 WHITE, RENEA 211 WHITE, SISAN 139 WHITE, TINA 93, 255, 9.4, 265 WHITEHEAIJ, RICHARD 33, 255, 30, WILSON, JIMMY 16-1- WILSON, KIMBERLY 110,185,112 WIISON, LORRAINE 164 WIISON, MARJORIE 139, 62 WILSON, MARK 82,185,123 WILSON, MELANIE 211 WILSON, MELVIN 164 WILSON, PAl'LA 164 WIISON, RAY 139 WIISON, SANDI 211 WILSON, STEPHEN 185 WILSON, STEVE 185. 123 WIISON, TERESA 164, 23 WINN, KIMBERLY 165 WINNER, LINDA 33, 211, 68 WINNIFORD, DONNA 256 WINSLOW, SHELLY 185 WISDOM, KAREN 85, 185 WISDOM, SHERI 256, 58, 67 WISE. ANDY 256 WISE, CATHEY 185 WISE, JANEE165 WISE, PATRICIA 185 WISE, STEVE 256, 54, 20 WISK, DAVID 165 WITHERS, HOWARD 165 WITHERSPOON, DEANNE 165, 23 WITHROW, DAVID 81, 256 WI'1'I', SUSAN 27,185,115 WI'I'1'E, DAWN 211 WOERNER, MICHELI. 256 WOHLSCHLAEGER, BETTY 139 WOHLSCHLAEGER, GAIL 256, 69, 260, 62 WOLF, CHERYL 185 WOLFGANG, ROBIN 3-I-, 185, 41 WOLFORD, HEATHER 139 WOOD, BRAD 211 WOOD, CAROL 132 WOOD, .IAN 185. 53 WOOD, JILL 34, 185 WOOD, JOSEPH 165 WOOD, PAM 257, 59 WOOD, PATRICIA 165 WOOD, RHONDA 21 I WOOD, WENDELL 165 WOODALL DONALD 211 WOODARD, TONY 165, 83 WOODRl,'FF,JEANNE 162, 185, 70 WOOLEY, DON 129 WOOLEY, KARL 257 WOOLEY, STEVE 185, 100, 116 WOOLHEATER, KIRK 185 WORTH. .IOIIN 165 WORTH, REBECCA 257 87, 89 WHITNEY, KENNETH 83, 101 WH1'I'1'EN, RHONDA 211 WHITWORTHJERRY 184, 107, 100 WHITWORTH, STEVE 184, 82, 116 WICKS, TERRI 255 WILBANKS, BOBBY 21 I WILBURN, CYNTIIIA 211 WILBl'RN, DO1'GLAS 184 WILCOXEN, DIANE 211, 82. 123 WILD, SHERI 183, 255, 257, 104, 105, 260 WILDER, DEBRA 113, 256, 110, 54 WILKINSON, JAMES 256 WILKINSON, ROYCE 184 WILKS, KELLY 164 WILLARD, DENNIS 211, I3 WILLARD, PAIJLA 256 WILLARD, TOMMY 164, 83, 101 WILLIAMS, CAROL 185 WILLIAMS, DAVID 161, 83 WILLIAMS, DAVID 21 I WILLIAMSJANET 185 WRIGIIT, BRADLEY 165, 83 WRIGHT, DAVID 165, 38 WRIGHT, GREG 165 WRIGHT, JIM 185, 82 WRIGHT, KAROLE 212 WRIGHT, KATIIRYN 165, 161, 162 WRIGHT, KENNETH 257 WRIGIIT WRIGHT, WRIGHT, WRIGHT, WRIGIIT. KIMBERLY 165 RENE 23 STEPHANIE 185 STEVE 185, 123 TONY 257 WYA'I'I', WESLEY 139 WYNN, CASEY 212 WYNN, NANC1 185 WILLIAM, KAREN 256 WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, 103, 1 1 1, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, KAY 211 KAYLE 234, 250, 102, 261,118, 119,61 KEITH 185 KRISTAL 211 LARRAINE 211 LESLIE 185 MARK 211 MARK 135, 38 RANDY 135 REBEKAII 23, 250 RONALD 211 RUTH 211 WILLIAMS, SHERRY 185 WILLIAMS, THERESA 20, 185 WILLIS, DONNA 34, 185 WILLIS, WARREN 200, 211 WIISON, DAI.E 256 WIISON, DAVID 211 WILSON, DIANN 33, 21 1 WIISON, DON 173, 185, 82, 107 WILSON, DOLG 185 WIISON. DLANE161 WIISON, GARY 256, 43 WILSON, HEIDI 35, 256, 39 YANCEY, DONNA 105 YANCEY, PAT 139 YARBER, RICKY 135 YARRER, RON NIE 251 YARBROUGH, GARY 212,39 YARBROUGH, KARLA 188, 212 YARBROUGH, SUZANNE 212, 102, 1 18 YNIGEEZ, MELANIE 251 YORK, GREGORY 30, 251, 38, 200 YORK. JOEL 105 YORK, LISA 34, 135, 44, 45 YORK, MICHAEL 135 YORK, NANCY 23, 135 YOIQMAN, KEITH 105 YOUNG, BRENDA 139 YOUNG, GREG 135 YOUNG,JAMES 105 YOUNG,TROY 168 YOUNGBLOOD, JEFFREY 212 YOUNGBLOOD, SUSAN 165 ZACEK, ANDREA 105 ZIVNEY, RICKEY 81, 251, 116,265 78, 79, 80 ZDOK, STEVEN 212 IDOK, TOM 165 IDRN,,1AY165,l01 Directory Administration . . . .... 128-131 Advertisement . . . . .... 278-291 Annual Staff . . . Art Club ..... ....70-71 Band ..... .... 2 4-27 Baseball . . . .... 122-125 Basketball . . , .... 8695 Blue Brigade . . . .... 40-4-1 Cheerleaders . . . .... 29-30 Choir ....... ...... 2 1-23 Classes .... .... 1 48-257 Closing ...... - ..... 304 Cosmetology . . . ..... . .53 Cross Country .... .... 1 00-103 DECA .......... ...... 48 -49 DramafThespians . ..... 4-4-45, 64 Drill Teams .... ........ 3 2-34 Faculty ..... ....... 1 26-139 Favorites . . 6-13, 16-17 FCA .... FFA .... 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At this time we would like to pause and recognize the following people who have helped our staff in putting the 1978-1979 Trailblazer together. These people have contributed photos to our annual: Keith Adams, Nancy Collins, Cyndi Cook, Paul Griffith, Elizabeth Harrington, Jimmy Howard, Chris Howell, Lisa Means, Sue Mitchell, Cheryl Offutt, James Orr, Russ Roden, Jeff Sistrunk, I illard, Jeff Youngblood, Mrs. Sue Braden, Mr. Eddie Lamb fgroups and sportsj, Dr. John Ko y e risej, Mrs. Muhl fsportsl, Mrs. Charles Mansfield Mr. Benny Molina, Mrs. Sue Phe 'f i .Powell fsportsl, and Mr. Gene Wood ffavorites We would like to thank Mr. Don if ! my o was our representative with Taylor Publishing Artwork: Adrian Bodtke y ,,Ja,pe,I Kirby Lowe ,fi'Li,'flfV1d,T,l"'Lr Ad Art, Senior Places,we've,-taiken Republic fFair Parkj, 94-th Aerosqua- D'tHf6'nf:iEuropean Crossroads, Town SQ I would like to give a special thanks to The 1978-79 Trailblazer Staff. They have really done a great job this year, and how Mr. Taylor and me I'll never know - especially these last few weeks when their "editor" came down with a bad case of senioritis. They have put in much hard work and many long hours, Ilm eternally grateful to them. I hope you will enjoy this annual, and that you are as proud of it as we are. . 6 Cindy The 1978-79 Trailblazer Staff and Credits Cindy Morris ........................................ Editor, Seniors, Specia Kevin Ashmore .... ......... P hotographe Cindy Nolley . . . .... Faculty, Promotion Martha Motley . . . ....... Sports, Classe' Lucinda Gonzales . . . ..... Organizations, Pol Dee Ravelo ...... .... F avorites, Advertising Sharon McGowan . . . ......... Index, Senior Diana Samuels .... .... R emembering, Inde Jeanne Woodruff .... .... R .O.T.C., Student Lif 304 Staff? Credits


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