Northside High School - Bruin Yearbook (Fort Smith, AR)

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ZW ,X 1 H xfwk Qfp' .i A x Z syn ,?y. Seventy-three Volumn 49 Published by the Journalism Department Northside High School Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 .-lr?-. Q I WTR, sl? ggi , . 1 s--pm, fix, ' 2' if "'iVi, fi "W' ITN, 'xi' .fsjit +,3,.T Qfjfu Lyn - + f"i' 'L if' 'E S-ff I T if p 'N 9 f 1 -gf CNHYS-1, A P. Wg AT If-s11'ss, X ' u2,fffV1is, X' T 4l"'lW "1 le? 'afhg mg V rr.-Q' f flfyi, if 'W' 1 "YEA ?ffi?"41 AQ K K K K K K A ff. A .Mx AY AA Ax, x A W A5 K N i. U 5 TJ S S fu 5 3 B vw S S 'S S S S S 'XC if 'I Q75 0711, Q73 cy'?'g c'1f75 0213 Q75 f? 7 5 an Y 'g 9 M? 3 ...ss-.Y . :', ,. i 'Zn fri Q , bf ffl. 4 'Uv I .2 N.: fkiig .1 , - x '9 . N Q' 7? ',. fa Q. 1 is x . 1 I " ag- In X rtk ff Q J YQ-fffv Ex , W ? 'H' ., VV,-' Q-Q. 1.1-. A . a . . if,v X' A w m '5fW:4fx'A-:pw I .,.s J .uf 9 ,Nami . , .Um 'Hn ff' 'X 1. 4' H z""5f . 'Q P K l K MW! EW N MMC. l A ii if 0 T h I S This is your Northside, Mr. Farnsworth. You have been the very heart of it. 0 I S Northside could never begin to list the contributions you've made to make it y 0 U r what it is, Number One. ' Your many years of hard work have strengthened 0 r t S I e the unity that Northside now enjoys. You've been devoted to Northside through the 0 I 0 thick and the thin, the bad times and the good. Your love for Northside has always been displayed by a sparkle in your eyes. You've talked many times about the importance of wearing a smile and have demonstrated it by wearing a smile that has been an inspiration to us all. AL1 E .didrwii lOpposite pagel The first day of school brought back old and new faces to the Northside campus. The casual look is today's teenage way of life. In Farnsworth Gardens-a place to enjoy the un-classroom. This is your Northside lOpposite page, rightl The place and the people . . . Northside homecoming 1973. Band members David lVlcKinney, David Jones and James Eichling play at the bonfire. lCenterl The program is in the place, the library with lVlrs. Robert Heinold. Northside is a place of happy people, Kelsey lVlcEwen. Delbert Kirk explains and demonstrates the program in the machine shop. lCenterl the place is the classroom, a moment of solitude with Miss Dorothy Sevedge. Table of Contents Academics . . . 8 Classes. . . 152 Clubs . . . 70 Patrons. . 22 Sports. . . 114 Index .. 2 6 This is your Northside . . . Pride, a very important essential to the well- being of a school, has been instilled in everyone by simply being in your presence. Your red and white spirit is typical of every Grizzly fan. But everyone always recognizes the man in the red shirt and sweater, red and white socks, and bow tie as IVlr. Grizzly himself. Your friendship will be cherished forever. Your special friendship to the departments will be remennbered. You've been a special inspiration to our Growling Grizzlies-our athletic teams. The football and basketball seasons were dedicated to you. Amidst all the changes that have occurred through the years at Northside, you have managed to keep up with the times in trying to keep Northside right on the top of things. Your morning meditation presented each morning has encouraged students through the year to strive to reach the ultimate goal they have planned for themselves. On June 30 with your 24 years at Northside completed, the Farnsworth Era may be defined in dates, but it will al- ways be imbedded in the hearts of those who have been a part of it. . . . the place, the people and the program. This is your Northside H- 'L W VY 'iii I ' U g ' E ' ' "'W 'RH . Mfr: 5 1, 'f' - 1' 4 I ' 'lfffl 4 5 1 5 1 11 5 X 5 i 'I LC' 1' , V 25, Q Z ' QTI 1 , i 7 ' W 2 , :nf 'Zn rigygrf II 1 'A 1 . , aa, f - , ,M . f- .. f --. ' ' lx 1 V" VL ,4 1 'T as I I ' ix I Y I v . .,1 1 'i I gm ,T , 'fs x 5 , . ,' w 4 ' . X, v bl 24' 'E L.I 7 ivy 4' I J ,YI 7 n wfpf . I 1 fm: ' X ' 'N ' UJHHT IF... ou found ourself? Books are numbers. ln the 202 book, there are 878 pages. Think of all the letters there are on a page. P108 has 202 1,2,3,4,5 and 903 is 6. History is numbers. How else do you count time-in years. 1 cup + 174 cup equals 5X4 cups in the home ec program. Gym is physical fitness in numbers of how fast you run, jump, throw or sit up. Don't sit, stand up and be counted, that's government in school. Where are you in school? Now it's 1973. What will it be like in 1984 or 2001? Will you be here? Your time span will last only as long as your education in school. How are you making it? Will you make it? Find yourself in academics. ,E+ .QWAWS ill 'fV"lT'v 'X-7"VS'l'i if-iyf " i '11 xTN"f11Tr'y 4lXQr4,!29v3'X53 21.-,l "it ' will Vi! Wil '5'l ll, flilli'XN lb Y LFWV-.1 Y " W wfflh rl. 'l' Qffl YU, aewwssts 5 in-.l'1' ll 1:3 fSfV!.?f'?l. W1 QWYYN, Ili?-4'lx's's'i9 MP5, W A if i'l'l" EL 5' '71 fgffil ll, fW2K.ANSi'XfS i i V if 1 1l"ll!"3l,, will SMI H, :X??l'f'VXl953 ffl lg, W il" 141'-Ml, 1' El S"'2Ill'!, 1'X?3.li4VX5"xS li-5 'Y fi 15 12 Vlflil, VFW T V417 , fX'?i4'l .318 fi'?'i 'lf f'l"'rl 'X ll-"il V11 1S'A'ITl-4, ' .fwigflg C . 1-573 .nf 072 1 1 43 ?m 'Wig .-, 1 73 IW 1 VW' "YC l"'v UNT' . H15 1 75 "35?i4l2!fW ll, 2' 1 N1.if'slH HG ter Q uf it um 1973 N' WU!" "lu ' Ni ' IW il. lf? NWT4 l'l PI, ' 5 'XilJ'f:MI'3 119 swim :U rr 4 . 3 :L 10 Academic program l lLeftl Data Bear is interviewed by Lucia Hawkins and Janet Davis. lLower leftl Margie Howe dis- cusses Snoopy with Data Bear. lBelowl Data Bear holds open house at Westark. lRightl Data Bear left his Bear track in his scheduling cards, observ- ed by Diana Go- forth and San- dra Gwaltney. I Q What is ci Data Bear. The newest riddle of '72-'73 circulating around the halls at Northside was "What's red and white and gray all over"? And if you're the average, overweight, undernourished, complacent Grizzly, you'll reply, "Why, Data Bear, of course!" And if your best friend happens to be the everyday, run-of-the-mill dimwit, he will brightly reply, "Duh, what's a Date-A-Bear?!" "Well, Dimwit, only all NHS knows that Data Bear is the affectionate nickname with which the Publications Department dubbed the computer. "Which computer, you say?" "THE computer. "The heavenly Messenger sent to us, courtesy of the great IBM in the sky. "The computer that scheduled all Northside High, Southside High and Westark Community College students for the first time all by himself. The Computer that has been housed at Westark since last year. The Computer that has one of the guidance counselors so in awe of HIM that she refuses to "Iook HIM straight in the eye." "The all-knowing, all-seeing, all-hearing, all-everything Computer!" The Age of Aquarius land Data Beari just came in on the last train... lt was a new thing. Northside students this year sunned themselves in the light of the computer's glory, knowing that they were the first NHS classes ever to have been scheduled by a computer. Yet because so much manual labor is required of the guidance counselors to make the job of scheduling easier for the computer lwho in turn is supposed to make the job easier for the guidance counselorsl, it consequently took much longer to make the students' schedules available to them before school started in the fall. As a guidance counselor describes the spring of '72: "Twenty-three hundred hours of our manual labor was required to allow the computer to finish scheduling all 1,630 NHS students in merely 23 minutes." In spite of all the unstinted praise of Data Bear, unconfirmed sources report that he can even make mistakes along with his other multifarious talents. One student is said to have been scheduled for three gym classes, while another had gym and five study halls. Academic program 11 Bells, bells, ring in new the year. August 25 . . . lt was a day of bells, bells, bells! Listening to the worry and the scurry of the bells. A day of mourning for good classes past many eons ago, never to be heard from again. A day of acquainting the people and the build- ing. A father and his children, you might say. A day of hysterical wandering, wondering where, oh, where has my little class gone . . . ? A day of mass worry, worry, worry and hurry, hurry, hurry! You'Il be late, late, late at this rate, rate, rate! A day when visions of sandy plains danced in your head. A day when spring fever was again in the air. A day when tons of sacrificial offerings were sent to the heavenly god of grades. A day of regret. August 25 was a Comedy of Errors. August 25 was the first day of school. 12 Opening day Opening day 13 14 Every day I lopposite page, far rightl Northsiders march to the tune ofa dif- ferent drummer drumming. lCenterl A Bear's bare bulletin board is hard to bear for Wilhelmina Moore and Miss Doro- thy Sevedge. The academic program is what a student makes it. Despite all the games, dances, clubs, activites and projects going on at NHS, a person still finds time to be alone with books. Z! v I x-..- A , ' ,---w , 'X ti The next day, and the next. Opening day merged into next day, and next day became every day as Northsiders settled in- to daily schedules. Sixteen hundred thirty in all, 611 sopho- mores, 503 juniors and 516 seniors practiced the classroom ritual at Northside. The Year, 1972-'73, proved to be the Year One in the young life of Data Bear, Northside's own, personalized computer. The Year proved to be the Year Last in the long service of R. Earl Farnsworth, Northside's own, personalized principal. The Careers Program, a first for this year, included the offering of secretarial sciences and vocational exploration to high school stu- Everyuday dents. Students enrolled in this program left the Northside campus at noon every day, accom- panited by Miss Juanita Hinkle, Mrs. Elveda Ku- tait and Mrs. Helen McCarty, and went to Wes- tark Community College, where the girls received instruction in business procedures and boys studied mechanical skills. "The principal purpose of the careers pro- gram," Mr. Farnsworth explained, "is to acquaint the student with skills that might interest him and encourage him to continue in that spe- cific job training. Besides the careers program, sociology, psychology, hispanic culture and projects phy- sics were new courses. Every day 15 16 Academic program t J Kwi k 5? t Z- wx , 8 ,Asif ' Af v , f, At. Q4 I 12:57 Jw 5? 9' Five clciys hath ca week. Black Monday. Black and moody, angry. Headaches Sight of classroom objectives are lost in the fog of dreams. Rain and snow in May on a Monday. Typewriters break, splinters pop up, Bic pens fail to write and Bears are beaten. All typical on the first day of the week. Mondays ought to be outlawed. But then we wouIdn't have had Christmas or New Year's. Gray Tuesday. A day when a body needs to be with friends. Tuesday is no day to be alone. The company of pencils, pens and people is kept. A bad time to brood, is Tuesday. Thanksgiving. A sort-of, half-way day. Headaches are becoming less noticeable, and anticipation is becoming evident. A time to watch and to be watched lest we loose the ties that bind, and forget where and who we are. The turning point. Wednesday. Thursday has arrived, but people are oblivious of this fact. Teachers find it increasingly difficult to attract the attention of their students, though moments of seclusion and study are yet within grasp. But Friday draws ever nearer, and the task becomes ever difficult. The world knows not that today is Thursday, but that tomorrow is Friday, last day of the week. Crystal magic, sunshine. Work is absent on this day lat least in the greatful minds of those who attendl . Secret whispers and bad jokes, the world is laughing. Even the Friday Fish are grinning. What more need one say, than THANK GOODN ESS, lT'S FRIDAY. The moods of the week are, in truth, the moods of the people. And the moods of the people are, in truth, the moods of Northside. In knowing and feeling this truth, the people, and Northside, survive. 4- can wiksrrom. A Teresa Smith and Cecilia Spradlin. Opposite page: lUpperl Mrs. June Stanberry, 4- Junior English. lL0wer leftl Miss Dorothy Sevedge, Geometry. lRightl Sandra Arnold and Cathye Cooper. Academic program 17 The work' th thing. Letting pupils work.together on various projects on class time, letting them experience the joy of teaching iwhile keeping the others interestedl, and trying to hypnotize students with their "Burnsing" eyes were just a few of the devices employed by teachers this year in making class appealing to students. Com- positions to write, problems to work, letters to type, copy to proofread, exercises to do and selections to read were assigned to stimulate minds and promote interest. Even with all this to do, some students occasionally "wood" break a "rule", causing teachers to take "Harsh measures." + Robert Peel, Geometry, V Miss Susan Clark, Senior English. Miss Molly Harsh, Arkansas History. lLower leftl Bob Burns, World History, , lLower rightl J. O. Bartong Accounting. W,"""f-a.,,N nn' 43 LIU t.. , -Q AIA Academic program 19 20 Academic program if 4 Mrs. Ann Goswick, v Thomas Hon, Junior English, lVlrs. Eloise Grober, Typing 4' lLower leftl Wayne Bledsoe and lrightl lVlrs. Fredda Stewart, Sophomore English. NH ears know noise. Sixteen hundred fifty students contained in nearly 80 classrooms presented approxi- mately 3,300 ears attuned lor notl to class- room activities. They weren't the same all over school, however. If the hearing apparatus belonged to a junior, it might have recognized opposing views of the Civil War being dis- cussed in American history or directions being explained in the administration of the Pre- liminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. It might also have heard the NHS class ring being slipped on the body's ring finger on November 29. The student might have gone to typing and heard the claclq of keys, gone to study hall and heard the drone of snores Or the scratching of lead against paper, gone to Westark and heard the buzz of office machines, gone to gym and heard basketballs, or gone to German and heard German. The school was an infinite variety of sounds. One thing was certain, though-any ear at four o'clock on a Friday afternoon would have heard the sound of silence. il . . . I 6 41 Xi' if-fi, 'i 5' i Academic program 21 Proi cts-th illustrious Northsiders this year livened their class time with special activities related to the subject of study. Projects ranged from sculptures in art to teas in home ec., and from reports in English to cedar chests in wood- working. These activities were associated with field trips, film strips, bulletin boards, drama- tizations, songs, tapes and reading lists. The creators could often taste the created meal, see the created drawing, smell the created mixture, feel the created model or hear the created music. This learning which centers around ideas that cannot be learned in books makes up a vital part of the academic program offered the students of Northside. Donald Lucas, Elaine Floyd, Angela Head, A Joyce Benac, Randy Kaufman and Donald Shores. + Toni Harvey and Jeanne Collyge. Opposite page: lUpper leftl Carlinda Eaves , and lrightl Michael Cartwright. lBelowl Larry Kious, Cindy Weigand and Malinda Wilson. 22 Academic program layered look Academic program 23 24 Academic program Seniors find pass-worcl. To STUDY means to "apply the mind to acquire knowledge." Study is an advanced art of civilization meant to fit the individual and the need. Without it, Northside would not exist. The NHS student of today, yesterday and tomorrow does, did and will use it to get him where he is and will be: in high school, in college, at work. Study is a supportive arm used by industrious persons to further the extent of their knowledge, and, of course, to pass their courses. lt held true in 1972-73. NHS seniors utilized past resources of stored-up knowledge to pass such senior- orienated courses as sociology, psychology, English lenriched, college preparatory or generall, physics and chemistry Ill. They also relied on study skills to take the ACT and SAT college entrance exams. Study molded the world of the student of '72-'73. James C. Carry. + Library foyer. + Opposite page: AI Baker. + x ' " :ff- 'Y . f-4 I. 1 2 J 5 v'f I .1 -f K 1 v' I 4 Q 9,4 'J I 1 6 4! t' ' V- A f f we I f gig? few. .gff'a A'i'f5 I , - g if? 3 Aff, 3 P 45.415, rf, Q , -M-vw mir-1' - ..N1,f' 5 Q 5 g 3 s 5 L 2 9- 35 X911 Wu SL, Q. ML Pl , Academic program 25 26 Academic program ,f -5 We 'V 9 5 iivi' MY, , ' fy , . Study-ci way of life. Underclassmen did, and will continue to, use studying as a stepping stone to becoming upperclassmen and graduates. Students had to learn to study anywhere they could, anytime they could, and with anyone who knew the answer, like it or else. The student of '72-'73 also had to choose his own path of study to suit his individual requirements. Courses designed specifically for juniors and sophomores included English, American history and first-year Latin, Spanish, French and German. Yet with the two-semester passing rule being what it was, a senior or two was occasionally noticed drifting through underclassmen's classes, attempting to replace a lost credit here and there. Study-a way of life at Northside. 4' Mrs. June Stanberry, Junior English, A Miss Susan Clark, Senior English. + Opposite page: lUpper leftl Susie Edwards and irightl Jim Jennings and John Lonsvvay. iBelowl Cheryl Barron. Academic program 27 28 Academic program JROTC goin new director Discipline is training that develops self- control and character. Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps lJROTCl is a phase of this discipline. One hundred six boys this year drilled twice weekly and received instruction in map reading, field maneuvers, marksmanship and physical training. Student officers were Mark Silvers, David Backley, Mike Banks, Phillip Dieckman, Jim Stilwell, Ceborn Miller, Jim Jordan, Ben Jones and Bobby Stephens. Adult instructors were Master Sgt. William Loyd and Sgt. First Class Tom Robinson. Colonel Choice Rucker, vvho had served as a commandant since the institution of the Northside JBOTC program in 1967, suffered a fatel heart attack in October. At midyear, Major Joseph Gardner was named director of army instruction on campus. + The football homecoming parade of Bear boosters marches down Garrison Avenue behind the tra- ditional lead of the JROTC color guard. Drill practice. 4-l Opposite page: lUpperl Cathie Ryan, Cindy Gray and Robin Goodman. iLovver leftl John Cloninger and Ralph Ohm and irightl Dale DeWitt and Steve McKinney. A demic program 29 First FHA club organized Among the many basic skills covered in the curriculum are those pertaining to family life and individual well-being. ln home economics, projects included not only class activities, but such special projects as teas, demonstrations, dressing dolls for under- privileged children lreached through the Sal- vation Armyl and comparing each other's baby pictures. Future Homemakers of America, open to all previous or present homemaking students, was organized at midyear by the homemaking instructors. Prospective members were wel- comed to the first meeting with a get- acquainted tea. lTopl Cathy Basham and Tina Hausler. , lBottoml Cynthia Ingram and Delora Storts. lTopl Reggie Brun, Brenda Matthews, Karen Spradling and Denise Gordon. + lBottoml Bertha Neal and Gwendolyn Chatman. ! 30 Academic program Home Economics-Front row: Marilyn Lee, Clara Flake. Back row: Reggie Brun, Teresa Jones, Linda Jones, Debbie Mask, Paula Dalton, Evelyn Sommer. ,- Home Economics-Front row: Delora Storts, Linda Roberts Lisa Sass, Carolyn Mask, Diana Goforth. Back row: Diana Kelton, Pam Hicks, Leatha Green, Mary Tompos, Elizabeth Etzkorn, Cynthia Brewer, Brenda Farmer, Deborah Cobb. M.. .f4"""'v 'QE f - I -'17 Home Economics-Front row: Lee Wiley, Linda Bethune, Shelia Taylor, Paula Richardson, Laura Perry. Back row: Bettye Hardin, LaGloria Smith,Sherry Pruitt, Debbie Park, Dora Parsons, Brenda Cherry,Shirlee Minor. Academic program 31 4f?"' ' 2.4 Fx blk X . s 'f-xx N- 'S 6 32 Academic program X' lAbove, topl Bobby Stephens, radio editor. lAbovel Sheila Organ and Jo Lynn Riggs, Bruin staff. Christy Wilbanks lines them up for shooting on Bruin picture-ta king day. Press time. Publications Department this year drafted a new style surrounding the Bruin, based principally on taking underclassmen pictures in school. Seniors continued to have portraits made at Barnetts' Studio, as was the previous policy for all three classes. The radio program was continued under the direction of Bobby Stephens, heard Wed- nesday nights on KWHN-KIVIAG and Saturday nights on KFPVV. The Grizzly continued publication with editor Janet Davis, as a biweekly printed by the Grizzly Press, while Candace Davis edited the Litsmith, Northside's literary magazine. Printing personnel-Front row: Keith Coker, Pam Jones, Leonard Perkins. Second row: Sharon Ryan, Shannon Bradley, Eddie Rogers. Back Row: Randy Amon, Steve Jeffcoat, Ricky Gibson, Johnny Kell. -r .Ev 51. ., . .A lim. Bruin staff-Front row: Linda Heidenthal, Christy Wilbanks, Joan Houston, Brenda Smith, Ann Warmack, IVlalinda Wilson, Rosie Kesner. Second row: Libby Bender, James Peterson, Cathy Crouch, Regina Posey, Nancy lVlcGee, Ann PolIock,Sandy Diamond. Third row: Nancy Johnson, Ellen Udouj, Gina Smith, Connie Sams, Shelia Organ, Gordon Floyd, Mark Spears, Robert Smith. Back row: Lisa Wheeler, Jo Lynn Riggs, David Lockerd, Kelly Blake, Wade Plunkett, Wesley Kaundart. ff J tg agffgfff ---', A 15. H 5 1 Grizzly staff-Front row: Bobby Stephens, Jeanne Balch, Debbie Conger, Mandee Harper, Gary Adams, Margie Howe, Gary Hobbs. Second row: Linda Heidenthal, Debbie Wolf, Janet Davis, Jimmie Grace, Cathee Crain, Lucia Hawkins. Back row: Christy Wilbanks, Kelly Blake, Reba Mize, Sarah Kocher, Terri Shaver. Academic program 33 Classes plon for growth. With Fort Smith now a port city where industrial growth is expected, vocatlonally inclined students have an opportunity to take courses in printing, drafting, metalworking and woodworking. The Grizzly Press offers advanced job training for those in printing, with many ready for jobs in the printing business upon graduation. The drafting courses, offering advanced training, for six consecutive years have won the architectural division of the state in- dustrial arts fair. For the past three years the Northside vocational classes have won first place in the over-all competition. Draftin Glenda Graves A . . 9' - -P Prmtlng-Randy Amon. lRightl Steve Jeffcoat. I lOpposite page, upper leftl Metalworking- Phillip Hunt. lRightl Drafting-Flaymond Reb- samen. lLower leftl Metalworking-Donald Hampton. lRightl Alan Spoon, Johnny Jones. + 34 Acad emlc program Kr L 'I' 5 s fx ' f HK-f , g"' ' Q . , , . K - W W K Q , 'NS ...aa 71 , .fi J wg, , 'K ,gv ga' iflgigi. a , hit,-,j,x ag: ""'7'3i7'f 'ri , 'W ' ' ii N Uv' 12- . . il "x,,:,fi 'Q-Q .. ,JW 'W' WW ,ill -N 'YY .aa IH, --,. Workshop plu . Planning, patience, perseverance, work, then the finished project. These are the primary measures that go into the projects of woodworking students under the instruction of Nolan lVlainus, who believes that wood- working is a course where boys, not subjects, are taught. Woodworking is a class that serves many purposes. lt is here that students learn the necessity of planning and design, and here that students acquire an understanding of the correct methods of operation of the various tools in the shop. Here they learn basic skills which could be put to use the rest of their lives. Woodworking, under lVlr. lVlainus, is a class where students can develop a sense of pride and personal satisfaction in the finished object. Besides proving beneficial, a class in woodworking can serve as a time of enjoyment, where basic fundamentals are covered and then put to practice in projects. Students work at their own pace to see their plans take shape. 36 Woodworking T ,, , , 5" Jef, Q35 v ll Unloading materials is part of the job . . . All work begins with a plan . . .Manual labor goes hand in hand with output . . .Products are fashioned from tools. . . Instructions lead to perfection. Q s1 l si,, W 4, s E QW xhstfatsakr 1 f 1 '1 Woodworking 37 Mixed Chorus-Front row: Kathy Fields,Sherrie Lawton, Marty Holland, Nancy Cusick, Deborah Toran,SIvia Baker, Romana Lux, Lynn Kirkpatrick, Terry Sass. Second row: Donna McKinney, Gail Lynn Dieckmann, Lagusta Evans, Joyce Wiley, Leslie Cole, Karen Nowacki, Sheila Wood, Cheryl Griffith, Third row: Loretta Brogan, Linda Roberts, Carol McCartt, Lucy Cretnik, Dee Ann Fairfield, Sandee Tucker,Carla Goodman, Charles Chapmen. Fourth row: Eddie Spauhurst, James Gallaher, Richard Gordon, Cal Pearce, Richard Coulson, Keith Cooper. Back row: Miss Edna Earle Massey, Choral director, Art Middleton, Norman Miller, Steve Bailey, Wendell Martin, Gary Register, Russ Whitfield. 'Sing along with Mossey.' 38 Choral music Choral music Northside's Choral Department, under the direction of Miss Edna Earle Massey, was kept busy with schedules of performances for Northside, as well as for the city's clubs and organizations, beginning with the city choral festival in October. The department, again this year, spread yuletide spirit to Phoenix and Central Malls by caroling for shoppers. Keeping with Northside's winning tradition, 18 students were selected to perform in the all-region choir and compete for all-state honors. + Don Burris receives his robe from other Mixed Chorus officers-R amona Furlow, Glenda Petway, Skipper Dawson, Bruce Langham, Rod Coleman and Sarah Meek. Mixed Chorus-Front row: Glenda Petway, Donna Young, Kelly Sellers, Ramona Furlow, Jamie Collier, Rachel Brisco, Chris Martin, Daisy Carter, Kim McBride., Second row: Jeanie Sipe, Kelsey McEwen, Sarah Meek, Ellen Gean, Janey Henson, Lynette Potts, Angie Yarbrough, Wendy Welch, Corliss Banks. Third row: Patrick Hopkins, Skipper Dawson, Robyn Crank, Carolyn Cox, Leslie Wanslow, Bonnie Teague, Janet Davis, Norma Anderson. Fourth row: Ricky Vanzant, James Reese, Randall Owen, David Halverson, Keith McCollom, Stanley Floyd, Donnie Burris. Back row: Giff Douglas, John Fuchs, Johnny Young, David Jones, Rod Coleman, Carl Wickstrom, Robert McAdams. Mixed Ensemble-Front row: Ramona Furlow, Glenda Petway, Lucy Cretnik, Sheila Wood, Cheryl Griffith, Janet Davis, Leslie Cole and Rachel Brisco, Second row: Linda Rogers, Carol McCartt, Carolyn Cox, Robin Crank, DeeAnn Fairfield, Loretta Brogan and Carla Goodman.Third row: Cal Pearce, Don Burris, Richard Gordon, Gary Fitzpatrick, Sam Singleton, Richard Coulson and Tommy Collins. Back row: Russell Smith, James Reese, Don Giles, Bruce Langham, Rusty Dehnam, Robert Sturgeon and Ricky Vanzant, Choral music 39 Male Chorus officers- I+ Front row: Tommy Collins, Richard Gordon, Gary Fitzpatrick, Sam Singleton and Richard Coulson. Back row: James Reese, R ussell Smith, R usty Dehnam, Robert Sturgeon, Ricky Vanzant and Don Giles. - Bruin Singers-Front row: Tommy Collins, Richard Gordon, Gary Fitzpatrick, Sam Singleton and Richard Coulson. Back row: James Reese, Ruwell Smith, Rusty Dehnam, Robert Sturgeon, Ricky Vanzant and Don Giles. Men of Song-Front row: Gary Brown, Tommy Collins, Gary Fitzpatrick, Russ Smith, Sam Singleton, Ralph Roberts, Fred Boemer, Randall Owen. Second row: Robert McAdams, Thomas Seaver, Rusty Denham, Donnie Burris, Keith Cooper, Richard Gordon, James Gallaher. Back row: Ricky Vanzant, Art Middleton, John Young, Steve Bailey, Wendall Martin, Rod Coleman, Carl Wikstrom, David Jones, James Reese. 40 Choral music Male Chorus-Front row: Tommy Collins, Gary Fitzpatrick, Russ Smith, Ray Parker, Ralph Roberts, Fred Boerner, Jim Williams, Jack Shock. Middle row: Scot Gardner, Ronnie Sanders, Victor Knauls, Derek Webster, Don Giles, Robert Denham,Alan Blanchard, Paul Connaughton, Back row: Gary Brown, Thomas Shaver, Dale Sines, Craig Mason, Sam Singleton, Robert Sturgeon, Kevin Choate, Charlie McCord. Miss Edna Earle Massey, left, choral director. 'We sing o lot of notes.' Men of Song-Front row: Charles Chapman, Alan Hopkins, Stanley Floyd, David Halverson, Richard Coulson, Scot Gardner, Jim Williams, Charlie McCord. Second row: Skipper Dawson, Ray Parker, Cal Pearce, Keith McCollum, Alan Blanchard, Paul Connaughton, Jack Shock, Miss Edna Earle Massey, choral director, Eddie Spauhurst. Back row: Russ Whitfield, Giff Douglas, John Fuchs, Don Giles, Dale Sines, Gary Register, Robert Sturgeon, Kevin Choate. Choral music 41 Bel Canto-Front row: Christy Ising, Rufus Martin, Tony Whitehead, Peggy Hachtmeyer, Alayna Bye, Barbara Donald, Connie Lopez. Second row: Miss Edna Earle Massey, choral director, Sharon Medley, Carolyn Love, Susan Maxey, Susan Hatch, Cinda Owen, Loretta Carey, Jody Burke. Back row: Sharon Boydston, Paula WagIey,Susan Dahlem, Cindy Inman, Carla Seamans, Martha Railey, Jane Lux, Dawn Minor. Girls Ensemble-Front row: Ramona Furlow, Leslie Cole, Sheila Wood and Rachel Brisco. Second row: Glenda Petway, Lucy Cretnik, Janet Davis Carla Goodman and Cheryl Griffith. Back row: Linda Roberts, Loretta Brogan, Carol McCart, Carolyn Cox, Robin Crank and Dee Ann Fairfield. 42 Choral music Bel Canto-Front row: Teri Loban, Anetta Barker, Denise Gordon, Wanda Nlassey, Rachelle Griffith, Delora Storts, Gwen Wright. Second row: Peggy Bradley, Susan Holcomb, Robin Rasberry, Janice Hughes, Tina Balentine, Ramona Golden, Deborah Cobb. Back row: Cynthia Ingram, Glenda Graves, Jane Foster, Donna Jones, Nlarilee Sparks, Debbie Fiddelke, Ginger White, Miriam Callahan. Singing notable melodies. Bel Canto offic- ers-Front row: Donna Jones, Janice Hughes, Christy Ising, Alayna Bye, Bar- bara Donald and Jane Foster. Back row: Glenda Graves, Jayne Lux, Lou Ann Brady, Ter- ry Logan and Jody Burke. Choral music 43 Row one: Crissy Allen, Sharon Arthur, Fran Baker, Jeanne Balch, Debbie Barnham, Cindy Bohanan, Marcie Brannon, Gaye Bruce, Georgia Chapman. Row two: Cynthia Cobb, Debbie Congour, Cathie Conn, Debbie Curry, Cheryl Davis, Gayla Dean, Pam Dearen, Melanie East, Brenda Erke. Row three: Linda Evans, Barbara Faulkner, Linda Fisher, Mary Beth Fowler, Robbie French, Pam Frisby, Missy Gean, Paula Gooch, Donna Griffith. Row four: Sherry Hager, Opal Hall, Pam Harman, Tami Hibbs, Anita Hill, Cheryl Hughes, Diana Kelton, Linda Land, Toni Lang. Thou and voices make music Approximately 1,000 choral students from the Fort Smith secondary schools assembled October 23 for the ninth annual city choral festival. Under the direction of Dr. Ralph Whitworth, Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the massed choirs Row one: Misy Lockhart, Dorothy Love, Debbie Lux, Lee Ann Kirby, Carolyn Mask, Sharon McKinney, Sandra Mcleod, Georgianna Meek. Row two: Carolyn Mobley, Sandy Neff, Catherine Nichols, Jan Nusser, Mary O'Malley, Robin Owen, Debbie Park, Peggy Pence. Row three: Cheryle Porter, Vicki Price, Sherry Pruitt, Lynn Reams, Helen Rhames, Kathy Robinson, Lisa Sass, Paulette Seay. Row four: Melissa Sharum, Cheryl Stone, Pam Sutton, Cindy Swofford, Betty Thompson, Charlotte Thompson, Mary Tompos, Shirley Toran. Row five: Jane Tripp, Laurie Ulrich, Julie Wanslow, Judy Watson, Cindy Weigand, Marilyn White, Janis Williams, Debbie Wolfe. 44 Choral music practiced all day in preparation for two concerts, at 4 p.m. and 7:30. Guest choir was the Harding College A Cappella Choir from Searcy, Arkansas, directed by Dr. Kenneth Davis. The festival is held so students can work with a well-known director. ,W All-state choir -- Front row: Dee Ann Fairfield and Wendy Welch. Second row: Don Burris and Bruce Langham. Back row: Kelly Sellers, Linda Roberts and Robin Crank, My Guest director, Dr. Ralph Whitvvorth. + Sophomore Girls Glee Club officers -- Front row: Melanie East, Pam Harmon, Debbie Congour, Cindy Svvofford and Laurie Ulrich. Back row: Georgia Chapman, Lisa Sass, Debbie Lux, Cherry Porter and Brenda Erke. -.2 Region Choir-Front row: Tommy Collins, Betty Thompson, Don Burris, Rachel Brisco, Wendy Welch and Kelly Sellers. Second row: Linda Roberts, Sharon Arthur, Dee Ann Fairfield, Robin Crank and Brenda Erk. Back row: Gary Fitzpatrick, Ralph Roberts, Skipper Dawson, Bruce Langham, Don Giles, James Reese and Russell Smith. Choral music 45 B flat or B sharp! Wood ond strings. With a combination of woodwind, brass and percussion players from junior and senior high bands, the Fort Smith Youth String Orchestra is now in its fourth year. Four Northsiders are in the group. Four concerts are performed by the orchestra each year plus performances at churches and meetings of such organizations as the Parent-Teacher Association. Other activities include attending the Fort Smith Youth String Orchestra Junior and Senior Clinic at State College of Arkansas, Arkansas School Band and Orchestra Festival, and a special clinic held at the University of Arkansas each year. John Wood lbelow rightl is director ofthe Fort Smith Youth String Orchestra. Northsiders in the orchestra lleftl are Leslie Landrum, violing Pat Jones, cellog Bonita McCarviIle, cello, and Barry Gudgeon, viola. The orchestra lbelowl presents the first concert of the year in November. Fort Smith Youth String Orchestra 47 48 Band Bond proves 'note'worthy. ? Early activities of the year in- clude fitting band uniforms. Band "The Pride of Fort Smith" . . .the North- side Grizzly Band. Beginning the year with this inspiration, the Grizzly Band began its first rehearsals of marching fundamentals in late summer. ln addition to the nine scheduled half-time performances, the band is responsible for the spirit promotion at pep rallies, game and the homecoming parade. Special entertainment included a per- formance at the airport for the United Fund campaign, entertaining the Baylor Band from Waco, Texas, and the annual Christmas and spring concerts and the band parents' appreci- ation concert. At midyear, members selected for the concert band began vigorous competition in order to be eligible for the region festival in lVlarch in Hot Springs. Clarinets-Front row: Carolyn Bottoms, Marcia Hinds, Kathy Arbuckle, Judy Graper and Suzanne IVlcCray. Second row: Carol Parish, Janet IVlilam, Francis Fouse, Karen Branham, Cathy Gray and Terri Coleman. Back row: Brenda lVlillican, Sheila Stone, James Gallagher, Eddie Crigger, Pat Harris, Duane Walker and Ronnie Ransom. l l X n1 fc. 1' n . mx A French horns- Teresa Bram- mer, Linda Dooly, Terri Shaver, Cindy Greenlee and John Goodwin. Band 49 50 Band Double reeds-Front row: David McKinney and Judy Graper. Back row: Jeannie Philpott and Frances Rouse. Drum majors: Brian Gaines Cleft! and Grady Core. N-5 bv lFar leftl Tubas- Front row: Jack Jed- licka and Johnny Young. Back row: Martin Cruce, Mike Wear and Joe Wasson. Flutes-Front row: Janice DePriest, Cindy Pate, Janice Hall and Belinda Petway.Sec- ond row: Karen Flupe, Kathy Ledbetter and Gayle Shaver. Back row: Jan Horne, Leslie Chafin, Pam Clark and Brenda lVIcNIurry. Activities for the '72 schedule included marching in the home- coming parade. Mocl I music makers march. Band 51 Bear-boosters I , ' ffi1f5?5'siN sf: K ,isa Drums-Jeannie Philpott, Don Sosebee, Steve Turner, Richard Nixon, Stan Ewing, Dan Cruce, Faron Whit- taker, Steve Burgess, John Miller, Scott Ardin, Roger Wear, Tim Mahoney, Mike Bracher and Mike Matthews. lFar Ieftl Alto and bass clariv nets-Front row: Candace Davis and Cindy McKin2ie. Second row: Brenda Gabbard and Melody Parks. Back row: David McKinney and Bill Atkins. Trombones-Front row: James Eichling and Peggy Cochenour. Back row: Larry Yocum, David Jones and Brian Gaines. Northside drummers provide a spirited atmosphere for the football homecoming bonfire. 54 Band Th band played G on. P' Band Council-Front row: Leslie Chaffin, David lVlcKinney,Suzanne McCray, Linda Dooly, Gayle Shaver, Billy Reed and Tom Vincent, Second row: Pat Harris, Joe Wasson, Gifford Douglas, Marcia Hinds, Judy Graper, Bobby Yocum and Richard Nixon. Third row: James GalIagher,Scott Bardin, Mike Wear and Terri Shaver. Back row: Candace Davis, Grady Core and Brian Gaines. lAbovel Baritones-Front row: Ray Gun- selman, Cindy Greenlee and Greg Cherry. Back row: Ricky Robertson, Robert Co- oper and Grady Core. Saxophones-Front row: Wendy Welch and Steve Blasdel. Second row: Steve Houston, Amelia Gordon and Mark Becker. Third row: Gary Gunselman, Cal Pearce, Mark Lincoln and Henry McMurtery. Back row:Harold Melton, David Turner, John Lasiter, Gifford Douglas and Lee Register. Comets-Front row: Damon Ruckman, George Sullivan, Dennis Wagner, Tommy Vincent and John Cloninger. Second row: Mike Vandefgeiden, Ricky Dahlem, Mark Reames, Steve Taylor, Linda Dooly, Terri Shaver and Teresa Bramrner. Back row: Billy Reed, Kenneth Coddington, Bobby Yocum, Chris Mitchell, John Goodwin, Rick Lamb and David Green. Band 55 Linda Dooly Gayle Shaver 56 Band Queen Leslie Chafin Cindy McKenzie F W1 Queen Marci Hinds crown for Marci. Against a background of dimmed lights and the traditional "Hearts and Flowers," Queen Marci Hinds was escorted by David lVlcKinney to the center of a heart formation of band members to be crovvned the 14th annual band queen. Surrounded by her four-member court- Leslie Chaffin, Linda Dooly, Cindy lVlcKenzie and Gayle Shaver-lVlarci was crowned by William N. Shaver lll, director of the Grizzly Band. Coronation festivities, preceding the Pine Bluff game, climaxed a week-long ticket- selling campaign in which approximately 32,072 was raised for the Grizzly Band program. Queen lVlarci accounted for approxi- mately half of this amount. The ceremony was September 22. Band Queen 57 58 Administration Members of the staff at the School Service Cen- ter-Seated: Guy Hixson, treasurer and director of business affairs: Dr. C. B. Garrison, superintendent, Ralph B. Riley, deputy superintendent. Standing: Gene IVladdox, director of pupil personnelgwallace C. Floyd, director of elementary education, Donald Nl, Stewart, purchasing agent and director of materials, William E. Gordey, chief accountant: Calvin G. Patterson, director of secondary educa- tion: Dr. Johnny Owen, administrative assistant and federal coordinator, Richard Holmes, social worker. l Ralph B. Riley Behind all this CI plan and o program. Administration lf, as has been said, "extracurricular activities are the icing on the academic cake," the importance of the "cake" is taken for granted. The supplying and maintaining of that "cake" is the concern of the administrative staff in the Fort Smith Public School System, headed by Dr. C. B. Garrison, superintendent. "Education is the foundaton of American technology, economy, government and culture," Dr. Garrison says. "It is also the single most significant factor in the progress of a community. Fort Smith is noted for its progress in health services, industrial- commercial growth, ports, parks, highways and airports. l believe it will continue to be noted for its 'good' schooIs." Others whose assignments are closely related to Northside are Ralph B. Riley, deputy superintendent, Calvin G. Patterson, director of secondary education, and Dr. Johnny Owen, administrative assistant and federal coordinator. Dr. Johnny Owen Dr. C. B. Garrison Calvin G. Patterson Administration 59 if David E. Stubblefield W. Jack Ros ffm' Mrs. Kathryn Boulden E. J. lCottonD Embry 60 School board lin-,,,,,, Mrs BlancheP Tander Why does school start earlier every year? Why don't we have more half holidays? Why do we have to have a study hall? Why are lunch periods so short? Why don't we have more parking space? Why doesn't somebody do something about . . .? "Somebody" has to answer these ques- tions, and in Fort Smith that somebody is the school board. Consisting of seven members whose terms are staggered, the board tries to solve the problems of providing what the community wants in its schools with the funds available. Board members for the 1972-'73 school year were Dr. Neil Crow, president, Douglas O. Smith, vice-president, Nlrs. Kathryn Boul- den, secretaryp E. J. lCottonl Embry, W. Jack Ross, David E. Stubblefield and Nlrs. Blanche P. Tinder. Board problems that were areas of special concern to Northside during the year included the question of purchasing additional pro- perty adjoining the campus for student park- ing the study of bus service for public schools and the perennial question ofthe incinerator. ln curriculum expansion, 120 Northsiders participated in the career guidance program at Westark Community College. Douglas 0. Smith l -M C c g L Av A Questions, questions, questions. Decisions, clecisions, clecisions. Dr. Neil Crow School board 61 Officially speaking. This is Fi. Earl Farnsworth's last year at Northside, as he retires after 24 years as Skipper in Bear Country-and he will be missed. The welcome mat at his office door, the Skipper sign, the books, the curios, the mementos, Farnsworth Gardens-how much these describe lVlr. Farnsworth to those who know him. Everything in his office represents a memorable occasion in his experience or holds a special place in the history of North- side. Nlr. Farnsworth is an educator who believes in the importance of knowing students on a one-one basis, and stresses the importance of the good life and love for people. 62 Administration, office Left: Fl. Earl Farnsworth Below: lVlrs. Dale Bennett Opposite page, Above: Bill Bardrick Below: Clifton Grace Northside's three deans are Clifton Grace and Bill C. Bardrick, who are also assistant principals, and Mrs. Dale Bennett. Their work is concerned with the discipline and counseling area, but they are also involved in parent-teacher conferences. Realizing the importance of a student's life at Northside, the deans try to aid students in making decisions for a better, more bene- ficial future. The guidance department covers general testing, record keeping, scheduling of classes and personal guidance to "help the student recognize and utilize his various po- tentialities while in schooI." Office personnel-Upper row: Mrs. Carl Adams, Peabody office, Mrs. Helen Freeman, cashier, Mrs. Robert J.Heinold, library clerk. Middle row: Mrs. Betsy Jones, attendance, Mrs. Laura Moore, Peabody study hall, Mrs. Nora Speer, book- keeper. Lower row: Mrs. DeLoyce Stephens, main study hall, Mrs. Anna Lee Womble, registrar, Mrs. Virginia Young, guidance. Administration office 63 64 Faculty Mrs. Sandra Anderson. 4 lRight, upperl Jerry Childers. lLowerl Delbert Kirk, -D lOpposite page, leftl Coach Michael Johnson. lRightl iviassmda Boen ,LindaAdams,Paula bovine. -, Teachers are Gr E izzlies foo! "Teachers are requested to..." This was a familiar greeting to 81 instructors as they entered Northside each morning of the 1972-'73 school year-a year filled not only with the demands of a newly expanded academic program, but as the staff puts it, many other "reSPONSORibilities." Six new teachers joined the staff in August, along with one addition at mid-term the previous year and two reassignments. New faculty members are Miss Linda Boen, Mrs. Faculty Gary Brockway, Mrs. Ruby Hile, Miss Gail Jernigan, Jerry Moore and Mrs. Polly Oliver. Mrs. Ann Gosvvick replaced Max Lamb when he retired in '72. Charles Presley moved to occupational careers and Tom Parker joined the distributive education program. ln January '73 Major Joseph Gardner assumed command of the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, succeeding Colonel Choice R. Rucker, who had suffered a fatal heart attack the preceding October. Mrs. Sandra Anderson, B.S., BA., Cooperative Office Education, Typewriting l,Sponsor: C O E Club Ronnie Ashley, B.S. Ed., M.T., ln- dustrial Arts Printing I, Co-sponsor: Student Council J.0. Barton, B.S. Ed., Clerical Record Keeping, Accounting I .. . Miss Majorie Beall, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Co-- sponsor: Pep Club, Cheerleaders. Hilton Beaty, B.S., M.S., Biology Franklin Blair, B.S.A., M.S. Ed., General Science, Biology, Sponsor: Hi-Y Wayne Bledsoe, A.A., B.A., World History, Sponsor: Junior Exchange, Co- sponsor: Future Teachers of America Mrs. Augusta Boatright, B.A., M.S. Ed., U S History. Miss Linda Boen, B.S.E., General Art, Drawing and Painting I and ll, Crafts,Sponsor: Alpha Rho Tau Mrs. Gary Brockway lElizabeth Ann Bryantl B.S.E., M.A., Speech l and ll, Psychology: Sponsor: Sock and Buskin, Thespians C. L. Bumpas, B.S. Ed., U S History Bob L. Burns, B.S. Ed., World History, Sponsor: Tennis Team. Mrs. Lillian K. Burns, M.S. Ed., Home Economics Mrs. Hazel Cameron, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., English ll ...Larry Carter, B.S. Ed., English III James C. Carty, B.A., Applied Arithmetic, Algebra I, Geometry. Faculty 65 66 Faculty ,Q IQ is-J Miss Juanita Hinkle, Mrs. Julia Lee. lRight, abovel Mrs. Carl Adams, Mrs. Mavis Morton. iLoweri Miss Gail Jernigan. lOpposite page, Iefti Jerry Johnson. iCenterl Mrs. Joy Vinson. lRightl Mrs. Patricia Werner. Jerry Childers, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., Geometry, Sponsor: Chess Club, Co-sponsor: Mu Alpha Theta . . . Miss Susan Clark, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., English IV . .. Bill Davis, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., General Science . . . Miss Madge Evans, B.S. Ed., M.A., U S History, Chairman: Social Studies Department. Dale M. Ford, B.S., Coordinated Careers Edu- cation Mrs. Ann Gowvick, A.A,, B.A., Algebra l, Geometry, Advanced Arithmetic . .. Mrs. C. E. Grisby, B.A., English Ill Nlrs. Eloise Graber, B.F.A., Typevvriting l and Il, Personal Typewriting. Miss Molly Harsh, B.S. Ed., Arkansas History, Sponsor: Drill Team . .. Mrs. Mary Julia Head, B.A., M.A., U S History, U S Government, Co-sponsor: Northside Confederation of Black Students Mrs. Ruby Hile, B.S.E., Home Economics Miss Juanita Hinkle, B.S. Ed., Office Machines, Business Careers. A day in the life of ci teacher. i ..-....o4' J. Bruce Hoffsommer, B.A., English lll,Sponsor: Sophomore' Council . , . Thomas W. Hon, B.A.p English Ill . . . Steve Hunt, A.A., B.A., World History, Humanities . . . Miss Gail Jernigan, B.A.g English Ill. Jerry Johnson, B.A. English IV, Psychology, Co-sponsor: Northside Confederation of Black Students Miss Cecilia Kaelin, B.A., M. Ed., Co-junior guidance counselor, Latin I and ll, Sponsor: Latin Club.. .Delbert Kirk, B.S., M.T., Metal Shop, Machine Shop, Co-sponsor: ln- dustrial Arts Club Jerry Klinginsmith, B.S., M.S., Vocational Printing. Mrs. Elveda Kutait, B.S., Accounting I and ll, Business Careers Mrs. Julia Lee, B.S. Ed., Business Arithmetic, Typewriting I John Lenington, B.A., Spanish I, II and lll, Hispanic Culture, Sponsor: Don Quijote Club Nolan Mainus, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., Industrial Arts Woodworking. Miss Edna Earle Massey, B.A., M.A., Vocal Music, Theory Mrs. Guy McCarty, B.S. Ed., Type- writing I, Business Careers Mrs. Susan Mc- Donald, B.S., Shorthand I and II, Notehand, Sponsor: Future Business Leaders of America . . . Mrs. Maxine Miller, B.A., M.S. in Ed., Family Living, Consumer Education. Faculty 67 68 Faculty Efforts to communicate vory. Jerry Moore, B.S. Ed., Sociology, Negro History, Co-sponsor: Future Teachers of America . . .Mrs. Betty Ruth Morris, B.S., M. Ed., Director of guidance ... Mrs. Mavis Morton, B.S. Ed., M.A. Sophomore guidance counselor, Peabody Annex ...James Neely, A.A., B.S., Drafting and Design, Architecural Design, Industrial Drafting, Ad- vanced Design, Co-sponsor: Industrial Arts Club. Mrs. Polly Oliver, B.A., English II ...Tommy Parker, M.S. in Ed., Distributive Education Robert E. Peel, B.S. Ed., Algebra I and Il, Sponsor: House of Representatives Mrs. Betty Plugge, B.S., M.L.S., Librarian. Miss Pauline Poynor, A.B., M.A., Great Books, Novel, English IV . . . Charles Presley, B.S., M.S., Coordinated Careers Education Miss Hazel Presson, B.A., M.A., Journalism, Sponsor, Quill and Scroll: Adviser: Bruin, Grizzly, Litsmith Miss Carolyn Ramsey, A.A., B.S., Physical Edu- cation, Co-sponsor: Pep Club, Cheerleaders. Miss Margaret Reavis, B.S.l-l.E., M.A., Home Economics . . . Clyde D. Scott, B.S., M.A. Study Hall Miss Dorothy Sevedge, A.B., M.A., Geometry, Mathematical Analysis, Chairman: Mathematics Department Billy Shaffer, B.S. Ed., World Geography, Co-sponsor: Student Council, Sponsor: Golf team. W. N. Shaver Ill, B.A., M.S. in Ed., Instrumental music, editor: "The Director," music magazine . . . Mrs. Dorothy Smith, B.S., B.A., Economics, Consumer Education . . .Mrs. June K. Stanberry, B.S. M.S.., in Ed., English III . ,. Mrs. Fredda Stewart, B.A. in Ed., English II. Miss Lenore Swearingen, B.A., M.A., French I, Il and Ill, Sponsor: Le Cercle Francais. . .John H. Taylor, B.S. Ed., M.S. in Ed., English Literature, World Literature, English IV Billy D. Ven- able, B.S., M.S., Physiology, Chemistry I, Co- sponsor: Para-Medical Club .. . Mrs. Joy Vinson, B.A., Geometry, Algebra I, Advanced Arithmetic. Mrs. Faye Wade, BA., Library Science . . . F. M. Ware, B.S., Co-junior guidance counselor, Co- sponsor: Northside Confederation of Black Stu- dents . . . Mrs. Patricia Werner, A.B., M.A., Eng- lish IV, Sponsor: Senior Council Mrs. John Wilkinson, B.A., German I, ll and lIl,Sponsor: Die Deutsche Gesellschaft. Mrs. Elizabeth Winford, B.S. Ed., Biology, Co- sponsor: Para-Medical Club . . . Marlin Wortham, B.S., M.S. in Ed.,Coordinated Careers Education Bernard Zander, B.S. Ed., Distributive Edu- cation, Sponsor: DECA . . . Earl Zechiedrich, M.S., B.S., Chemistry I and ll, Physics,Sponsor: Key Club, Table Tennis Club, Junior Council. Instructors for the Northside unit of the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps this year are Major Joesph Gardner, Master Sergeant William Loyd and Sergeant Tom Robinson. Major Gardner joined the staff at mid-terrn. Colonel Choice R. Rucker, who had served as the director since 1967 when the program was first organized in Fort Smith, suffered a fatal heart attack in October, 1972. !"' , lun i -NGL13 - .!'if1rf: you fjffffg ff.. .4 f - - I we-. .'...,. , Robert Pell. Mrs. Patricia Werner. Faculty 69 HI ,.r we my HI if 1 gm: 3 k 1 ., is 3 Y . N5 sn sg 11 Zfw, -Q lifgr, gg 41 Lg -,Q14 f'1 "gal gn, zz ', Qty QA fin, T 5 W Uv, uifwifi 5 M35-T TAI if .1- LPN 1 Vfv- I qxs 'Y 1 VT?-AT M11 gf iw 4-fi'-firf f +1 -we f3""1'l, P' :H ,X Q34 Qfrf'-?,3 TQQQ gm "gQ -:g'l, ' 'TT S-Q LUHFIT IF... ou knew who you ore? 10,000 questions and 10,000 answers. Who's got the questions and who's got the answers? Clubs have the answers. Ask any member-or are you a member? We're all members ofthe human race. Don't walk, race to your club meetings. Common denominator is lone-you the individual. Which lone one are you? You're in here. Look and see. Open your eyes, all two of them. Come on you club members, spread the word clubs are the place, all 25 of them. Which ones are you in? Dream on, be in two more next year .... that's in 74, the golden year for 951. When's your golden opportunity? Clubs give you a start. tart now, don't wait. 'T' ' .lg i Y' .l. 7 W T' ll5'?w. .sz ,S , . , ,.. A l , e.. i W, V.. 1 if .til 1 E I 'x 'X if '. 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How did the star review the production? "They did very well," he commented, "considering what they had to work with." tif, X Point the town recl Alpha Rho Tau displayed that Grizzly winning, number one spirit this football homecoming and came up with a first-place float again this year. Hard work, deter- mination, a little imagination and a variety of talents paid off in a float featuring Fred Bonerhead and Joe Blow as two deceased Chargers to whom the Grizzlies paid their "respectS." Alpha Rho Tau This same winning drive carried Alpha Rho Tau members through their money- making ceramic-bear-making project and on to New Orleans for their annual field trip. Leading the Art Club in these pursuits, Miss Linda Boen served as sponsor, Cathy Crouch, president, Jamie Collier, vice-president, Sally Wenderoth, secretary, and Peggy Hachtmeyer, treasurer. "N-+C -'----.zshvwv ...,,s.Nk Alpha Rho Tau 73 ...And green and blue cmd... Alpha Rho Tau-Front row: Diana Lairamore, Debbie Alston, Butch Morris, Jeanie Sipe, Jamie Collier, Nancy Davidson, Cathy Crouch.Second row: Linda Reeves, Steve Basinger, Craig Speer, Vonetta Grissom, Chuck Collins, Patrick Stair, Peter Lowther. Third row: Jim Jennings, Kelly Miller Richard Houston, Reba Mize, Danny Vernon, John Flatte, Elizabeth Dollens. Back row: Marty Dyrhood, David Finnie, David Scott, Danny Hobbs Doug Cotton, Al Baker, Shelia Ashlock. Alpha Rho Tau-Front row: Sue Cavender, Wendell Martin, Jimmie Grace, Debbie Bulger, Mari Greer, Tina Hausler, Regina Posey. Second row: Gary Brown,Beka Karrant, Donna Jones, Colisa Bostic, Mickey Allison, Kay Moore, Helen Rhames, Josephine Jurney, Mary Beth Burns. Third row: Sarah Meek, Ellen Gean, Vicky Mudget, Salley Wenderoth, Peggy Hachtmeyer, Paula Doville, Caryn Powers, Jan Alston. Back row: Miss Linda Boen, sponsor, Donald Vann, Brock Robinson, Ronald Hubbard, Rusty Benning, Danial Pierce, Joe Wasson, Jane Lux, Bobby Yocum. 74 Alpha Rho Tau 1 1 , "9 Individual and group projects of club members varied during the year. Gary Brown. lCenter leftl Nathalie Young, Debbie Bulger, Joe Wasson. James Platte and Debbie Stutz. lCenter rightl Joe McDaniel. lBottoml Floatmaking-Cathy Crouch with the "subject"' Billy King, Beka Karrant and Colisa Bostic at work, and Fred Bonerhead, the masterpiece. Fail' . l Alpha Rho Tau 75 if .p E' I Qi-J-X X ,Xml i nn ,wx f lfflgil X k ,, , V153 'r C ,Ip Yzzv fm it A 'F 5---5 .i 'C' '71 Y Cadet Club-Front row: Randy Kaufman, Jim Stilwell, Sandy Melton, Valerie Hatfield, Toni Cooper, Kevin Martin, Ralph Tucker. Second row: Robert Allen, Raymond Brown, Phillip Dieckman, Rod Littleton, Mark Silvers, Ceborn Miller. Third row: Jim Mantooth, Ricky Bork, Jimmy Key, Wayman Covey, Frank Anderson. Back row: Bobby Stephens, James Prado, Russel Brown, Eugene Jones. Cadet Club officers and r SPODSOYS-FYOFII YOWZ Sandy Melton, Valerie Hatfield, Toni Cooper. Second row: Robert Allen, Phillip Diekman, Mark Silvers, Bobby Stephens. Back row: Jim Stilwell, Raymond Brown, Rod Littleton, Ceborn Miller. i lOpposite pagel Members of the Cadet Club march in the homecoming parade. 76 Cadet Club The Cadet Club, one of Northside's new- est clubs, launched the year for the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps with money- making projects for the military ball annually held in the spring. Officers were Bobby Stephens, president, Kevin lVlartin, vice- president, Valerie Hatfield, secretary, David Chapman, treasurer, and Wayman Covey, sentinel. Near midyear the club was discon- tinued since it was agreed that club activities could be carried out by the JROTC staff. Mark Silvers served as battalion commander this year. Sponsors elected in early fall and again at second quarter included Valerie Hatfield, Sandy lVleIton, Mary Dejesus, Sandra Tidwell, Diane Bradley and Karen Brovvn. Cadets support program. Cadet Club 3 ex :-LAN '5 4' . ' . il ,, -EQ vllul-Q.'1N.Q if ' 1 N BAN 'KP'- Cadet Club 77 'Learn by doing.' Cooperative Office Education Cooperative Office Education is a pro- gram that allows Northside students an opportunity to work in the offices of local businesses in order to gain experience and put to practice skills learned in the classroom. Members of COE traveled to Little Rock for the State Leadership Conference in April, where COE students from all over Arkansas met to compete in areas of office skills and procedures. Deborah Lane served as president, Linda Sangster, vice-president, Nita Boles, secre- tary-treasurer, and Teresa Dickens, reporter. Sponsor is Mrs. Sandra Anderson. Fund- raising projects, including a candy sale at the first of the year, helped the chapter finance their annual employer-employee banquet in early spring. 4, lTopl Nita Boles . . .Covey Company. lCenterl Lee Ann Freeman . . . Weldon, Williams and Lick Cooperative Office Education-Front row: Brenda Barnwell, Jane Ramsey, Lee Ann Freeman, Donna Young, Diane Robertson. Second row: Mrs. Sandra Anderson, sponsor, Linda Ferguson, Gayle Graper, Linda Barnwell, Linda Sangster, Gwendolyn Kindle. Third row: Joyce Wiley, Patsy Gooch, Deborah Lane, Martha Smith, Peggy Ledbetter, Carolyn Triplett. Back row: Nita Boles, Terry LaVallee, Mike Banks, Debbie Newton, Teresa Dickens, Cheryl Stevens. , rf f ' f 'r , ,s5,,,tf .I ,JK-5. i 1 .Q f x 1 - 1 -r '7.,.l.',s. miie, N Deborah Lane... Jaffe RBFUSGY - -- Donna Young... Dr. J. F. Kelsey, Office Basin Appraisal Bonds and Associates Terry LaVaIIee . .. Gayle Graper , H Mike Banks I U Brown-Hiller Insurance Faith Assembly of God Firgt Federal Savings 'Wav Martha Smith . .. Pam Hornor . .. Diane Robertson . .. City Administrator's office Superior Federal Savings Glidewell Motors Cooperative Office Education 79 ,V K, H K , fig.-.1 ,,.. :pf '-5--if . A' , I . f fy? .l L K ' 1 . l 4 ' Columbians-Front row: Joy Awbrey, Karen Woolbright, Telesia Broussard, Becky Hays, Barbara Sims, Sheri Curlin, Cynthia Kincannon. Middle row: Cheryl Rutledge, Becky Yoes, Lisa Bogan, Ann Warmack, Martha Cravens, Cathee Crain, Sandy Diamond, Betsy Nigh, Janey Henson. Back row: Sarah Meek, Lynette Potts, Karen Nowacki, Cathy Basham, Gina Vines, Dee Ann Fairfield, Patti Porter, Nita Vines. Columbians-Front row: Pam Elkins, Judy Townley, Margie Howe, Brenda Smith, Jodie England, Rosie Kesner, Martha Smith, Janet Milam, Wahkeena Blevins. Middle row: Donna Perry, Dana Parks, Kathy Fields, Kelsey McEwen, Jimmie Grace, Sarah Basham, Wendy Welch, Nita Boles. Back row: Karen Weigand, Sherrill Hampton, Lucia Hawkins, Lynn Kirkpatrick, Terry Sass, Sheila Organ, Debbie Lane, Sally Crisp, Suzanne McCray. +R C7 Sffe M117 1 Columbians-Front row: Mrs. Dale Bennett, Nancy Naucke, Jean Smith, Betty Uzman, Josephine Jurney, Nancy McGee, Lisa Lunney, Janet Lasey. Middle row: Donna Jones, Jane Foster, Kathleen McCartt, Barbara Smith, Lou Ann Brady, Teri Logan, Ramona Lux, Cheryl Overstreet. Back row: Linda Johnson, Lucy Cretnik, Robin Crank, Nancy Johnson, Debbie Davis, Joanne Cary, Karen Galloway, Rhonda Burch. 80 Columbians Year lead off with mum . Columbians An eggshell, an olive, a lemon, a paper clip-these are only a few items for which Columbian pledges searched during their initiation-scavenger hunt. After initiation, the Columbians began their year of activities by selling the traditional homecoming mums. Other activities included decorating a Christ- mas tree, giving a basket of food to a needy family, and sponsoring a Christmas tea for the faculty. Columbians also prepared singing valentines for February 14. This year's officers were president, Nita Vines, vice-president, Gina Vinesp secretary, Cheryl Rutledge, treasurer, Karen Woolbrightp and parliamentarian, Ann Warmack. The group was sponsored by lVlrs. Dale Bennett. + Homecoming Day is Mum Day. Pam Elkins, Jimmie Grace, Cynthia Kincannon, 4' Sandy Diamond and Sarah Basham decorate the annual Christmas tree. Columbians 81 Distributive Education Club of America-Front row: Beverly Mourton, Karin Cobb, Mary Garner, Phyllis Sugg' Reggie Brunl Cindy Gray' Kariiyn Nlahaney, Linda Yocum, Cathye Cooper. Second row: Debi Sharp, Deborah Dickerson, Carla Flake, Terry Fulbright, Stephen Johnson, Sandy Arnold Pamela Clayton, Carolyn Denton, Pam Estep, Steven Briggs. Back row: Randy Leonard, Gary Roberts, Stephen Jones, Steve Basinger, Shelia Smith Diana Durbin, Mickey Miller, Raymond Brown, Robert Allen. Q1 i 5 Distributive Education Club of America-Front row: Mickey Dillon, Charles Hutchcraft, Donald Rodebush, Sherree Lawson, Brenda Thompson, Shelia Hager, Terri Mills, Robin Durham, Joyce Joshin. Second row: Tommy Falhin, Lloyd Riggs, Tommy Davis, Lester Hopwood, David Kralicek, Steve McKinney, Alan Atchley, Ricky Walker, Back row: Jim Jordan, Danny Hobbs, Roy Knotts, Mike Brown, Nick Nicodemus, Scott French, Willard Williams, Mark Douglas. Distributive Education Club of America-Front row: Robert Looney, Robert Castillo, Debi Engel, Donna Pittman, Cindy Schluterman, Teresa Connaughton, Gaye Moffet, John McCoy, David Finnie. Second row: Ted Hoffman, James Plant, Ricci Yarbrough, Randy Dunn, Billy Johnson, Larry Kern, Harold Been, Gary Alewine, Alan Wray. Back row: Mike Evans, John Grant, Buddy Peters, Charles Rose, Tony Tidwell, Sonny White, David Rose, Raymond Schmutz, Ricky Spears. 82 Distributive Education Club of America X I x 3' Business world is oim of club. DECA Training future leaders in areas of merchandising, marketing and management is the purpose of Northside's Distributive Education Club of America. Club members used their classroom training and on-the-job experience during competition at the State Leadership Conference held in early spring. DE students from all over Arkansas met in Little Rock to compete for honors. ' Profits from two candy sales during the year went to finance the annual employer- 4 DEcAswdems hoidavariery ofjob positions in employee banquet in lVlay, the cIub's chief FW' Smifnh- , activity. Officers were Stephen Jones, George :'xlf:l,Zl'gLi::fn5'G0odS White, Carolyn Denton, Robin Durham, Terri Nancy Lawson,AIanWraylleftl and Robin Milllsj Mark Douglas' Raymond Schmutzf + Durham mgml... Ricci Yarbrough and Clara Flake. Sponsors Krogefvalue Village- are Bernard Zander and Tommy Parker, DE co-ordinators. -I Jaws ' , 'U fi' 4 3 'H f ft "4 , ' EL! ar ey Pouland . .. Jimmy Jordan . .. Mickey Dillon... NHIIOHBI Shirt Shops. Boston Store. Kroger Value Village. l t A M1 1 J e Ill ' I Distributive Education Club of America 83 84 German Gesunclheit. Was ist Die Deutsche Gesellschaft? For the club's 103 members, it is the annual "spooky" Halloween initiation given by second- and third-year members, entry of a car in the homecoming parade, a canned food drive for the needy, a collection of clothing and toys for an "adopted" family at Christ- mas and traditional banquets at Emmy's German Restaurant. Officers for the year included Laura Ferrier, president, Lynette Potts, vice- president, Sally Crisp, secretary-treasurer, and lVlrs. John Wilkinson, known to Northside as Frau, sponsor. . ev '87 "Polly DoodIes" arrived in late November to help the German Club along with its money-making projects for the year. Here, Members Georgianna Meek and Leslye Bird make a sale to Kevin Nlartin. n 'w5s..'1 German Club-Front row: Leslye Bird, Janet Schoen, Libby Bender, Cindy Perce, Rosie Kesner, Jodie England, Susan Dahlem and Nlalinda Wilson. Second row: Larry Loum, Greg Vorster, Dale DeWitt, Vickey Hesson, Becky Jones, Connie Sams, Sheila Organ and Paige Berry, Back row: Dennis Wagner, Thomas Shaver, David Durham, Steve Heim, Chuck Berlau, George Warmack, Stefani Wilson and Randy Coulson. Club 2 ' ' Q German Club-Front row: Christy Wilbanks, Margie Howe, Melinda Ahart, Lisa Bogan, Betsy Nigh, Sherrill Hampton, Sheri Curlin, Dana Parks and Donna Perry, Second row: Debbie Davis, Larry Edwards, Linda Wernick, Becky Yoes, Teri Logan, Rhonda Lee, Barbara Donald, Tammie Robertson and Sherrie Lawton. Back row: Lou Ann Brady, David Lasiter, Robert McAdams, Jim Jennings, Joanne Cary, Carl Wikstrom, Ramona Lux, Janice Vaught and Alayna Bye, W3 N ,, N L German Club-Front row: Celia Spradlu, Sharon Randolph, Sandi Lowder, Suzanne Staton, Laura Ferrier, Carla Seamons, Regina Posey, Shirley Preston and Kevin Martin. Second row: Brenda Hall, Beth Foster, Ellen Udouj, Fran Baker, Georgianna Meek, Cindy Bohana, Lisa Sass, Pam Harman, I-UUE Hawkins. KBFY Kidder and Mike Hudson. Back row: Lea Anne Floyd, Edith Ward, Valerie Savage, Janet Davis, Patti Moss, Terry Pulse, Mickey Allison and Janet Milam, German Club-Front row: Kathy Fields, Terry Sass, Judy Townley, Sherry Hager, Jeanie Sipe, Teresa Brammer, Debbie Frazier and Christy Ising. Second row: Bonnie Teague, Janet Lasey, Cheryl Overstreet, Lynn Kirkpatrick, Sarah Meek, Lynette Potts, Janice Hughes and Peter Lowther. Back row: Stuart Crews, John Fuchs, Eddie Spaunhurst, Jeanie Collyge, Sally Crisp, David Goodson, Pix Krasher, Pix Krasher and Pix Krasher. German Club 85 iEheu! Don Quijote Veinte hombres contentos formed the Don Ouijote Club of '72-'73, a member of the Spanish National Honor Society. At Christ- mas, the club united forces with the other language classes of Northside to entertain the faculty at a foreign language tea. Spanish dishes served included flan, quesillo, bichozas, bodas and sopapaillas. lVloney-making projects for the Don Quijote were doughnut and mistletoe sales. For Pan American Week, the club sponsored an assembly for the student body. Officers were Darrell Durbrow, president, Karen Nowacki, vice-president, Lois Patton, secretary, and John Lenington, sponsor. To become a member of the Don Ouijote, one must be enrolled in a Spanish class or have completed one year of Spanish. Evelyn Sommer, Lagusta Evans and Darrell Durbrow prepare to launch the homecoming float. lLeftl Linda Evans types a copy for the Pan American V program, supervised by Lagusta Evans, Darrell Dur- brow, Bill Atkins, Jane Tripp and Sandy Neff. Stephanie Smith and Karen Novvacki construct a bulletin board exhibiting world-wide distribution of well-known American products. evo -ooo A Don Quiiote-Front row: Georgia Chapman, Missy Gean, Fleyn Ellis, Brenda Smith, Stephanie Smith, Telesia Broussard, Lois Patton. Middle row: Jane Tripp, Gail Dieckmann, Lagusta Evans, Karen Nowacki, Linda Evans, Suzanne NlcCray, John Lenington. Back row: Evelyn Sommer, Sandy Neff Darrell Durbrow, Bill Atkins, Phillip Dieckmann. 4 . 'i g'..'e Elie 13 K f 1 2 l '15 , 86 Don Ouiiote A get . .i!33'1lttxal ml. , ,lf 2: i NJ EL? fa Nz' S . in on a! 1 l E NNW., .Sh-A me . ,Aw ,M ,Q ..., '-'f'Sf"'s-Ny . Q ' qrh- f Spanish National Honor Society-Front row: Darrell Durbrow, Telesia Broussard, Lois Patton, Fleyn Ellis, Georgia Chapman, Back row: Evelyn Sommer, Stephanie Smith, Karen Nowacki, Suzanne McCray. Don Quijote 87 lOpposite pagel Instal- lation of officers for the '72-'73 year occurred November 9 with Bill Bainbridge as guest speaker. Officers being installed were Carla Goodman, Martha Smith, Mike Banks, Bill Bain- bridge, speaker, Deb- bie Lane, Gina Smith and Brenda Barnwell. FBLA participated in the homecoming par- ade with a car entry featuring a brew of magic powers. ,I , , i S :meal -,f- .. Q - Q 2 1 Future Business Leaders of America-Front row: Cheryl Stevens, Carolyn Triplett, Jane Ramsey, LaVonna Moon, Linda Barnwell, LaVerna Moon, Brenda Barnwell, Linda Watson and Debbie Bulger. Second row: Mrs. Sandra Anderson, sponsor, Joyce Wiley, Susie Reynolds, Martha Smith, Debbie Lane, Sandee Tucker, Gayle Graper, Gina Smith and Mrs. Susan McDonald, sponsor. Third row: Brenda Farmer, Toni Cooper, Diane Robertson, Patsy Gooch, Linda Skaggs, Carolyn Denton, Peggy Ledbetter, Carla Goodman, Donna Young, Nita Boles and Mari Greer. Back row: Valerie Hatfield, Mike Banks, Marilee Sparks, Terry LaValIee, Cindy Gray, Debbie Newton, Linda Ferguson, Teresa Dickens and Kyle Daniels. 88 Future Business Leaders of America It' our business. SucceSS for tomorrow StartS today-this could well be the theme for this year's FBLA. Now in its second year, the club's 33 members gathered on Thursdays "to strive to prepare to become business leaders of the future." The club's activities included a summer workshop in Little Rock, partici- pation in the lVlarch of Dimes Walkathon, Toys for Tots during Christmas and a second- place homecoming entry in the parade. Officers for the year were Mike Banks, president, Martha Smith, vice-president, Debbie Lane, recorder, Gina Smith, reporter, lVlarilee Sparks, historian, Brenda Barnwell, treasurer, and Nlrs. Susan lVIcDonald and Nlrs. Sandra Anderson, co-sponsors. Installation of these officers was held at Westark in early November. Future Business Leaders of America FBLA members and sponsors braved the rain and cold weather to collect money for the lVIarch of Dimes. The roadblocks, set at various intersections in Fort Smith, netted over S'I,O00. Future Business Leaders of America 89 ' ey, 1 och, watch ouil' i Future Teachers of America Future Teachers of America, otherwise known as fun-time amateurs growing up to be professionals, began its year with 13 students participating in the 24th annual candle lighting ceremony in initiation of membership in November. Kelly lVliller, serving as president, headed the executive board, with vice-president Keith lVlcCollom, secretary Colana Bostic, and treasurer Sherrill Hampton. Wayne Bledsoe andJerry Moore sponsor the club. Five students attended the annual Arkansas Education Association Convention in November in Hot Springs. This was first time students had been invited to an AEA convention. Tutors, working with a program sponsored by the Wheeler Boys Club, helped 12 children from Belle Grove and Duval schools with their studies. Kelly Nliller, president, and Sherrill Hamp- ton, treasurer, repeat the oath of office + while lighting the candle of initiation of - the Future Teachers of America. i Future Teachers of America-Front row: Linda Heidenthal, Elaine Floyd, Beth Foster, Cathy Crouch, Kelly Miller, Christy Wilbanks. Second row: Donna Farncis, Brenda Hall, Debbie Bulger, Mari Greer, Elizabeth DolIens,SherrilI Hampton, Colana Bostic. Third row: .Ierry Moore, Brenda Francis, Dee Ann Fairfield, Toni Harvey, Pam Powell, Joyce Young, Wayne Bledsoe, Back row: Vicki Davis, Shelia Sparks, Teresa Route, Jo Lynn Riggs, Keith McCollom, Carolyn Mobley, Shannon Edwards, Wendy Welch, 90 Future Teachers of America From bonfire fo campfire. "Paved the way for the 1972-73 school year" was the title given to the Hi-Y this year. To earn this title, the Hi-Y started with a round of activities for football homecoming, including building the annual Bear-boosting bonfire and supplying cars for the queen and her court in the parade. Other activities followed with the canned food drive for the Salvation Army and door decoration contest at Christmas time, the slave auction in the Hi-Y spring and the Garvin Grizzly awards in lVlay. Officers were Gary Davis, president, Gary Gunselman, vice-president, Ray Gunselman, secretary-treasurer, Jack Callender, chaplin, and Frank Blair, sponsor. Karen Woolbright was elected sweetheart. All this plus campouts where members escaped the stress and strain of the school week to enjoy the clean mountain air. Hi-Y-service and fellowship. Hi-Y-Front row: Robert McAdams, Ray Gunselman, Gary Gunselman, Karen Woolbright, Gary Davis, Mark Spears, John Spradlin. Middle row: Steve Dyer, Dennis Wagner, Rickey Robertson, Bobby Yocum, Phillip Hunt, Kenny Bateman, Doug McAllister. Back row: Larry Yocum, Dale Sines, Scott French, Billy Reed, Randy Teague, Richard Coulson. ,4 x9l Hi-Y-Front row: Rick Lamb, Darrel Little, Mark Douglas, Wendell Martin, Jim Jennings, George Warmack, Wesley Coats. Middle row: Paul Oliver, Steve Neff, Sonny White, Dickie Callender, Chuck Berlau, Robert Earl Smith. Back row: Franklin M. Blair, Kyle Daniels, Steve Bailey, Steve Gist, Bob Martin, Don Peterson, John Carmack. One of the best things about HT-y bonfires is having lots of happy members there to "keep the spirit blazing." bf' gnu 'K A 'isa fy Qi.: Hi-Y members fall in in front ofthe camera on the school-wide picture-taking day. llflightl Campers spend an autumn week end at Devil's Den State Park. Traditionally, Hi-Y drives the homecoming royalty in the annual football parade. SENlOR THEE i f wr' i Hi-Y 93 Head cl for the fair. Industrial Arts Club 4-i 5 W . ,5,lg,V ,w.,1,wff+jfarrgftgyfagggi Q - I 'f I C. A 'W his Industrial Arts Club-Front row: Rodney Butler, Hal Smith, Randy Coulson, Don Balch, Alan Hopkins, Peter Lowther. Second row: David Goodson, Paul Sellers, David Allen, Tyrus Bell, Phillip Hunt, Danny Orme. Back row: Wesley Barton, Jerry Riggs, Kevin Wear, Cash Hasser, Kirk lVlartin, James Eichling, Robert Mitzel. -W .1 4 -Q Industrial Arts Club-Front row: Rickey Miller, Dottie Calhoun, Lee Anne Kirby, Glenda Graves, Cheryl Barron, John Spauldin, Jackie Gibbs. Second row: Robert Castillo, Patrick Stair, Martin Cruce, Rickie Callender, Thomas Judkins, James Neely, sponsor. Back rovi7: Mike Marrs, James Wilson, Dennis Huffman, Lane Dooly, Daryl Revelle, Tommy Carson, Herbert Brandenburg. 94 Industrial Arts Club Although much of the year was directed toward preparation for the state-wide indus- trial arts fair, held in Monticello the first week end in May, the Northside Industrial Arts Club still had time for regular club activities. Northside's drafting department has captured the first place distinction for the last seven years and holds the best over-all project of the fair award for the last three years. Major money-making projects for the club were the annual pie-eating contest and the bicycle race, which was a tricycle race until this year. Funds from these activities helped sponsor a club camping trip during the Easter vacation. Officers for this year were James Wilson, president, Tommy Carson, vice-president, Mike Marrs, treasurer, Robert Costillo, secretary, and James Neely, sponsor. Robert Costillo also served as secretary for the state Industrial Arts organization. Club members offered their services to the auditorium remodeling committee, to prepare drawings needed for construction purposes. 4. lFrom topl Mike Marrs . . . Bruce Langham, Charlie Vick and Donnie Burris. . .James Wilson . . .James Neely, club sponsor, and Raymond Rebsamen. Mike Marrs, Donald Balch V and James Wilson . . . Russ Whitfield. 'ln Industrial Arts Club 95 96 Junior Exchange 1 1 Junior Exchange-Front row: lMember droppedl, Robert Smith, Doug McAllister, Cathee Crain, Bill McCain, Wesley Coats, Kelly Miller, Andre Soucy, Middle row: Mike Marrs, Danny Tedder, Gordon Floyd, Mike Conger, Danny Orme, Wayne Bledsoe, sponsor. Back row: Mark Spears, lMember droppedl, Steve Irons, George Warmack, Chuck Berlau, Greg Pickett, Mike Bell. New year, new proi cts. From spreading the spirit of "Beat Southside Week" to remodeling the state map in the field house, the Junior Exchange filled the year with projects old and new. Under the leadership of Doug lVlcAllister, president, activities began with the annual door decoration contest before the Bruin-Rebel clash, followed by the buying of a new banner for the Junior Exchange annual Teacher of the Year Award and the "Know Your School" assembly in the spring. Other officers included the vice-president, Robert Earl Smithg secre- tary, lVlike Conger, and treasurer Andre Soucy. Cathee Crain was selected as sweetheart. Wayne Bledsoe is sponsor. For basketball homecoming the club sponsored a pep bonfire. 1.1K .,.. On judging day, the judges-Robert Smith, Doug McAllister and Andre Soucy-chose Room 104. The con- test helped promote spirit for "Beat 1 Southside Week." l 1, W I H"I'??f'1 fr5Tll5 . Latin Club renomecl. Chi Lambda 'ik Chi Lambda-a new club at Northside? No, a new name for the Latin club this year to designate a broadened program to cover all ancient civilizations. Celebrations of Satur- nalia, Ides of March, and Rome's birthday were special features of the year. Officers for '72-'73 were David Turner, president, Danny Tedder, vice-president, Wendy Welch, secretary-treasurer. Miss Cecilia Kaelin is sponsor. Sheila Stone, David Turner, Wahkeena Blevins, 4 Amelia Gordon and Wendy Welch serve at the "Roman" table at the Christmas tea for teachers, sponsored by the language department. x CHI LAMBDA CLUB-First row: Peggy Bradley, Wahkeena Blevins, Ann Pollock, Amelia Gordon, Mary Huse. Second row: Debbie LaSalla, Susan Holcomb, Belinda Bohanan, Glenda Graves, Kelly Sellers. Third row: Danny Tedder, Wendy Welch, Sheila Stone, Mike Vanderheiden. Back row: David Lockerd, Steve Bassham, David Turner, Chris Caver. Chi Lambda lLatin Clubl 97 French Club-Front row: Colana Bostic, Karen Woolbright, Gayla Dean, Laura Crabtree, Cynthia Cobb, Josie Jurney, Shannon Edwards, Sharon Fritz, Betty Uzman. Middle row: Joyce Young, Cindy Swofford, Kim Kelton, Kelsey lVlcEwen, Melissa Sharum, Nancy Johnson, Nancy Franks, Peggy Cochenour, Gwen Hulse, Miss Lenore Swearingen, sponsor. Back row: Julie Wanslow, Cal Pearce, Giff Douglas, Dick Warner, Rhonda Burch, Karen Galloway, Carolyn Cox, Kathryn Robinson, Jim Williams. 98 Le Cercle Francais Beaucoup d'activite. For members of Le Cercle Francais, this was a year of "activite et participation." After the annual initiation of nevv members, the French Club participated in the homecoming parade by making the traditional bicycle ride down Garrison Avenue. Other activities included French folk dancing, a paper drive, a French fair and a masquerade dance celebrat- ing lVlardi Gras. The French Club also partici- pated in the teacher's Christmas tea sponsored by the language departments. The 1972-'73 French Club officers were president, Nancy Johnson, vice-president, Josie Jurneyp secre- tary, Betty Uzmang treasurer, Peggy Cochenourp parliamentarian, Giff Douglas, Miss Lenore Swearingen is sponsor. 4- Miss Lenore Swearingen's third period French class enjoys French folk dancing. Bicycling in the homecoming parade, a tradition , Giff Douglas and Josie Jurney serve at the annual Christmas tea for teachers. New look of 25. Key Club Key Club celebrated its silver anniversary at Northside this year. The 12 members con- tinued their annual projects, decorating goal posts at football games, holding a Mr. and lVlrs. Valentine contest in February, spon- soring the annual intramural basketball tour- nament and compiling the student directory. This was the first year that they were able to print the book themselves. The first copy was presented to Principal R. Earl Farnsworth as a special recognition. The officers for the club were James Gallaher, president, Curtis Shankle, vice- president, lVlartin Cruce, secretary, Robert lVlcAdams, treasurer, and Earl Zechiedrich sponsor. Sheri Curlin was elected sweetheart. + Sheri Curlin presents R. Earl Farnsworth with a student directory. Members present are Russ Whitfield, Randy Teahue, David Durham and Martin Cruce. ua Key Club-Front row: Dale Sines, Carl Wikstrom, Sheri Curlin, Darrell Durbrow. Second row: Randy Teague, David Durham, James Gallaher, E. L Zechiedrich, sponsor. Back row: Russ Whitfield, Martin Cruce, Curtis Shankle, Robert McAdams. 100 Key Club ,t,g5q.g,,a.a - W. . MN. , ,W Mu Alpha Theta-Front row: Miss Dorothy Sevedge, sponsor, Kathleen McCartt, Betty Uzman, Darrell Durbrow, Gordon Floyd, Cathee Crain, Dana Parks. Middle row: Dee Ann Fairfield, Kenny Bateman, Kelsey McEwen, Richard Gordon, Grady Core, Gina Smith, Karen Weigand, Lucy Cretnik. Back row: David Scott, Robin Goodman, Curtis Shankle, David McKinney, Ann Warmack, Robin Crank, Carl Wikstrom, David Rackley. Jerry Childers, sponsor, is not pictured. It all aclcl up. Mu Alpha Theta Numbers, numbers, numbers and more numbers Mu Alpha Theta, the math- ematics honor society, started the year's activities after the firstesemester grades were posted. Membership requirements are a 3.00 over-all grade average and a "B" average in math. An annual event for the club is the national mathematics test sponsored by the National Mu Alpha Theta Society. Officers are 470848, president, 781056, vice- president, 463296, secretary, 285504, treasurer, and 477312, member at large. Mathematics teachers 776 and 336 are spon- sors. Kelsey McEwen, Ann Warmack, + Richard Gordon and David McKinney Richard Gordon, 2855045 Kathleen Mccam, 4632965 4 Kelsey McEwen, 4708483 David McKinney, 4773125 Ann Warmack, 7810563 Jerry Childers, 336, and Miss Dorothy Sevedge 776. Mu Alpha Theta 101 NCBS members en- gage in floatmak- ing for homecom- ing-Upper left: Steve Johnson Wilma Hogue, Mary Roberts, Mary Mays, Fricia Robinson, back, Ronald Hubbard: right: Velda West. Lower left: Shedrick Posey, Carol Parish, right: Ronald Hubbard, Pat McGill. The finished product. 102 Northside Confederation of Black Students r Northside Confederation of Black Students-Front row' F. M Ware sponsor, Regina Christian Sherry Finney, Laura Pe D' P I . . , , rry, lane a mer, LaDonna Bradley, Deborah Tinkshell, Carol Parish. Middle row: Kevin Oliver, James Phillips, Donald Watson, Vickie Jacobs, Shirley Smith, Janice Jacobs, onald Hubbard, Patricia Robinson, Mike Hardwick. Back row: Shedrick Posey, Deborah Dickerson, Demetrius Poole, Robbie Stafford, Valerie Taylor, Bonnie Willis, Marilyn Freeman, Paula Richardson. Northside Confederation of Black Students-Front row: Mrs. Mary Julia Head, sponsor, Candace Davis, Sheila Bell, Patricia McGill, Beverly Enoch K ' Wh' R ' ' ' ' evin ite, amona Golden, Jerry Johnson, sponsor. Middle row. Dorothy Brewer, Mary Mays, Gwyenette Wright, Marilyn Lee, Mary Roberts, Eddie Rogers, Sissy Hardwick, Jean Smith, Shelia Taylor, Christine Hogue. Back row: Harry Jones, Lynnette Wright, Wanda Hinkle, Corliss Banks, Clarence Straham, Wilma Hogue, Dolores Triplett, Sissy Gilyard, Lisa Copeland, Kevin Oliver, Cheryl Haynes. egro History Week observed. Negro History-what it is,where it began, competition once again this year with the and what it has to do with Northside was help of Mrs. Mary Julia Head, F. M.Ware and what the Northside Confederation of Black Jerry Johnson, sponsors. Other activities in- Students was all about this year. ln accord- cluded participation in the football home- coming parade, a coffee for Northside teachers and, as a main project, a money- raising auction. Officers elected for the '72-'73 school year were Eddie Rogers, president, Candace Davis, vice-president, Corliss Banks, secretary, and Mary Roberts, treasurer. ance with this, NCBS organized and presented Negro History Week to the student body, climaxing it with an African Heritage assembly to explain the purpose of Negro His- tory Week and honor distinguished black Americans. NCBS directed the Miss Black Heritage Northside Confederation of Black Students 103 Northsicl Tops Club. "The main purpose of the organization," stated R. Earl Farnsworth about the National Honor Society, "is to recognize scholarship." Highlighted by a traditional evening candlelight ceremony-held February 26 in conjunction with the annual open house-42 initiates were inducted into the Northside National Honor Society chapter. A panel selected of the 36 returning members prepared speeches on "Scholarship," "Leadership," "Character," and "Service." A reception for the members' parents followed. A 3.75 grade average for sophomores and a 3.50 grade average for juniors and seniors is required for membership. National Honor Society-Front row: Joy Awbrey, Cheryl Rutledge, Martha Cravens, Ann Warmack, Robin Crank, Dee Ann Fairfield, Cathy Basham, Judy Townley. Second row: Christy Wilbanks, Nancy Naucke, Lynn Kirkpatrick, Terry Sass, Kelsey McEwen, Cathee Crain, Debbie Lane, Wendy Welch, Betty Uzman, Joyce Wiley. Third row: Donna Young, Gordon-Floyd, Joyce Young, Darrell Durbrow, Richard Gordon, Lucy Cretnik, Gina Smith, Nancy Johnson, Kathleen McCartt. Back row: Kevin Robinson, David Rackley, Tommy Martin, Lucia Hawkins, Robin Goodman, David McKinney, Kirby Lockhart, Carl Wikstrom, Dana Parks. W1 National Honor Society-Front row: Georgia Chapman, Bill Fine, Mike Cartwright, Laura Ferrier, Suzanne Staton, Patrick Stair, Tom Vincent, Josephine Jurney, Libby Bender. Second row: Mike Wilson, Steve Irons, Karen Nowacki, Jan Nusser, Laurie Ulrich, Ann Pollock, Teresa Brammer Peggy Pence, Gayla Dean, Cynthia Cobb. Third row: Brenda Erke, Cheryle Porter, Leslie Landrum, Sandra McLeod, Jerri Gazzola, Sharon Arthur, Paulette Seay, Cheryl Overstreet, Betsy Nigh, Rachel Brisco, George Warmack. Back row: Mary O'Malley, Kevin Chapman, Wesley Kaundart, Kirk Martin, Steve Heim, Gina Vines, Linda Johnson, Debbie Davis, Karen Weigand, Joanne Cary. 'rpm 'bc 6 294 hh 1 - i it .ssii M t K 1 L . F . A: L. F I X Q' A F W K..A A,-fu K V , Vthr, ., , vt ,:.iffg-EJ, I Copy cot . "Cats" vvho loved copy were students of journalism, and the really "cool cats" of the department were the staffers vvho belonged to Quill and Scroll, the national honor society for outstanding high school journalists. "Honored copy cats" are required to be in the top third of their class and outstanding in journalism. Initiation consists of composing 50 lines of poetry to recite for members. 'V A visiting cat in the copy charmed members of Quill and Scroll so that they adopted her as their mascot "fur" 1972-'73. Gordon Floyd, member, "pins" initiate Nancy Johnson to Quill and Scroll. 5 . , Quill and Scroll-Front row: Christy Wilbanks, Bobby Stephens, Janet Davis, Nancy Johnson, Gordon Floyd, Lucia Hawkins, Cathee Crain, Brenda Smith. Back row: Sheila Organ, Connie Sams, Kelly Blake, Wade Plunkett, Jo Lynn Riggs, Ann Warmack, Gary Adams. Quill and Scroll 105 106 Para Medical '- 'T . ', . fmisifi ,--, , , , ,V,,,g,Vip . 6,. ,. ,V ' e 4 .XFFWU E 5 5 V -r :ff ..., i .qv-A gs OPQMEAWC S. 55 g Y , If 5 A44 . i?fkTf?7' A Health careers studied. Para Medical Club Interested in medicine? Health careers? A little surgery maybe? The Para Medical Club is a club specifically suited to those interests. The aims of the Para Medical Club this year were to acquaint members with the many careers in medical professions. Guest speakers from the various branches of medicine gave informative lectures concerning their field of medicine. Films also provided an insight to medical careers. Climax of the year was the annual Health Careers Day, an area- wide convention with panels, speakers and a tour of one of the area hospitals. Officers were president, Barbara Smith, vice-president, Cathie Ryan, secretary, Toni Thompson, treasurer, Becky Hays, parliamentarian, Ray Gunselman, program chairman, Darrell Durbrow, roll call Secretary, Jimmie Grace, sponsor, Mrs. Elizabeth Winford. Head of the Radiology Department at Sparks, + Fred Price was among guest speakers. lFar leftl Tony Thompson and Flay Gunselman. I Para-Medical Club-Front row: Mrs. Elizabeth Winford, sponsor, Joy Awbrey, Jimmie Grace, Toni Thompson, Becky Hays, Barbara Smith, Carol Parrish. Second row: Gary Brown, Ramona Furlow, Debbie Simmons, Mari Greer, Patti Porter, Debbie Bulger, Carolyn Mobley, Julia Humble, Susan McDonald. Third row: Cathie Ryan, Letha Griffin, Linda Wernick, Sandee Tucker, DeeAnn Fairfield, Sandra McLeod, Charlotte Thompson, Janet Milam. Back row: Flay Gunselman, Harold Thrasher, William Atkins, Grady Core, Darrell Durbrow, Lee Wiley, Melissa Spears. Para Medical Club What is faith? Who is Jesus? What part does all this play in my life? m These are but a few questions explored this year by the Partners in Christ Club, a Christian-oriented club with the purpose of S e S S promoting Christian character and leadership and of creating a wholesome Christian fellow- 0 0 ship. Interest and inspiration were brought to p I r I I club meetings each Monday afternoon by guest speakers and specially planned programs living. by the officers. Officers this year were president, James Reese, vice-president, Joyce Young, secretary, Debbie Simmons, treasurer, Nancy Johnson, reporter, Gina Smith, parliamentarian, Beka Partners in Christ Karrantp and sponsor, Miss Linda Boen. Partners in Christ-Front row: Miss Linda Boen sponsor, James Reese, Brenda Gabbard, Debbie Simmons, Debi Allen. Second row: Debbie Theis, Gina Smith, Teresa Smith, Susan Dillon. Th' d - ' ' A ' ' ' If row. Nancy Johnson, Brenda Millican Martha Railey Lena Villines Kathy Fields Back row' Joyce Youn , , , . . g Linda Roberts, Marilee Sparks, Cindi McKinzie, Paula Wagley. 108 Partners in Christ lui One of the money-making activities carried on by the Part- ners in Christ club is making praying hands. Various groups meet after school to supply the demand. Gina Smith leads a meeting with reading from the Bible. Partners in Christ 109 L P L.. . Sock and Buskin-Front row: Deborah Tinkshell, Delores Triplett, Christine Hogue, Sissy Hardwick, Mary A. Roberts. Second row: Sarah Basham, Betty Thompson, Carolyn Mobley, Danny Bryce, Sara Kocher, Jules Wanslow. Third row: Kathy Posey, Dorothy Brewer, Paula Gooch, Debbie Magness, Cathee Crain, Carolyn Cox. Back row: Jane Tripp, Steve Neff, Gary Davis, Opal Hall, Mary Rhames. Sock and Buskin-Front row: Pam Powell, Doug McAllister, Becky Hays, JoAn Houston, Sherree Lawson, Toni Lang. Second row: David Peterson, Ralph Kutait, Toni Harvey, Stefani Wilson, Janice Hall, Chris Martin, Daisy Carter. Third row: David Sparkman, Steve Gist, Marcia Hinds, Carolyn DePriest, Beka Karrant, Sandy Neff, Mary O'MaIley. Back row: Joe Wasson, James Anderson, Mike Ball, Buddy Turner, Robert Earl Smith, Kennie Bateman. 110 Sock and Buskin ': - ' 1 ' ' 4 . . i A v K JR 'Ji Q' it I Q1 2 ,gif "'bs:tf if 1 1 WIA: uf- Snoopy and the clown greet Christmas crowds in Central Mall. Dramcitists go on parade. Sock and Buskin Widening their stage this year, Sock and Buskin added parades to their activities and performed along Garrison Avenue to the theme "Bewitch the Chargers" in the football homecoming procession Friday, October 13. Later they again donned their glad rags to welcome Christmas to Central lVlall by partici- pating in a yuletide rally. 31 H! ,QV ., Sock and Buskin 111 bl i GH i., Thespians-Front row: Joan Houston, Gary Davis, Becky Hays. Back row: Pam Powell, Doug lVlcAlIister, Joe Wasson. Top: R. Earl Farnsworth at his birthday tea. 112 Sock and Buskin Thespian named. Although they had no stage plays this year, Sock and Buskin performed in other ways. Between parading down Garrison Avenue and masquerading in Central Nlall, they honored R. Earl Farnsworth, principal, with a tea to celebrate his birthday. Several members participated in the Christmas assembly. Officers included Mrs. Gary Brockway, sponsorg Joe Wasson, president, Becky Hays, secretary, and Pam Powell, treasurer. IVIembers earning the required num- ber of points awarded for active participation in all S and B activities were named to the National Thespian Society. Ping-pong pack punch. i 4 Table Tennis Club "Just for the fun of it"-that is the Table Tennis Club. On any Thursday afternoon you could go by room 219 and find two or more of the club's members pinging away. These games provided entertainment for the on- lookers and kibitzers as well as the players. Late in the year the club held a tourna- ment to determine whose paddle packed the most punch. Officers this year were Richard Gordon, president, James Phillips, vice- president, and Cal Pearce, secretary-treasurer. Again this year sponsors were Earl Zechied- rich and Jerry Johnson. 4. Any afternoon you might find Larry Linson and other members of the Table Tennis Club demonstrating their style, ready for the challenge of a good game of ping-pong. at Table Tennis Club-Front row: Jerry Johnson, sponsor, James Phillips, Ted Bishop, George West, Gordon Albritton, Cal Pearce and Earl Zechiedrich sponsor. Back row: Don Davis, John Stapleton, Steve Houston, David Jones, Richard Gordon, Randy Ron, Mike Ball and Danny Westphal. Table Tennis Club 113 UJHHT IF... others sow ou os you see ourself? . ,I -, .- wif 3 112111 . rl 'gist' ..,"vr. I T ?.1lT l ' '1'!i l 2 ,..Y!. QE 1 l'H'lV'I ffl 'Milf . 1 1 .1 1131 .1 . , Who are the 903 queens? They're 040960, 050112 and 781056. Haven't you heard of the sport's queens? They even have a king. No knights, no pawns, no rooks. 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'IGP NIGF H?Gb 2-4 ICP !4!Gv H169 HICL 116 Football Injuries slow Bears early. High hopes and dreams of a repeat as the number one team in Arkansas danced through the minds of Northsiders as the '72 football season began. The first game was a see-saw 23-20 victory over the Little Rock Parkview Patriots, who were ranked second in the state at that time. Northside has not lost an opening game since 1954, making the win over the Patriots the Bears' eighteenth in a row. This victory was the first win for new Grizzly football coach Tom Crovella. In the second game, the Grizzlies shut out the Bears of Little Flock Sylvan Hills, 16-0. As lVlarianna, the regularly scheduled opponent was unable to field a team for this year, Sylvan Hills was a last-minute replace- ment. Northside's first loss came at the hands of Football the El Dorado Wildcats, 13-7, on the Bears' first road game. lt was a costly loss, as Northsiders lost their leading rusher for the season, the number one pass receiver, the number two quarterback, a starting lineback and a defensive lineman. Several other key players were to miss the next game. With injuries to seven of the 22 starters, the wounded Grizzlies next faced Pine Bluff in a home game. As the first and second string quarterbacks were injured, sophomore Ricky Eakin was called upon to play his first varsity game. The Bears battled the Zebras to a 6-6 deadlock. This was the beginning of a season when many sophomores would be called up to perform for the varsity. An open date provided the injured team a chance to re- cover. 5 I ,f-a. Q. K Y' 'Wy Mg:-'S 'im Qgy. fd,,.5",, J Q 5 wk ff, ,MX 'efQ:5f,- -x Q V Sw Q Qi 1 gs ff- -'4-ff' ,-W' Q .,. ,os ww- 1 , , ' ' ' P ' -fl,--I Q ' 'sg - M74 wL.- Conference foes prove rugged With injuries and lack of experience at the quarterback position, Daryle Revelle, who normally played basketball and track, came back to quarterback the Bears to a near upset of the Catholic High Rockets. This was North- side's first game of the year to be played on Astro-turf since playing in War Memorial Stadium the previous year. The Grizzlies pulled within one point before a missed PAT ended the scoring 14-13. Flebounding from their previous heart- breaker, the Grizzlies crushed the Northeast Chargers 30-8 for the Northside 1972 home- coming. During a three-minute span in the second quarter, the Bears exploded for 23 points enroute to their biggest margin of the season. Played in a cold rain, the next game, against the Roughers at lvluskogee, was won in the last seconds of the first half when Harvey Thomas kicked a 38-yard field goal that pro- vided the 17-14 margin of victory. This vic- tory, in the wake of the big win over North- east, defeated a team that was to go to the finals of the Oklahoma state playoffs. A two-game win streak was abruptly halted when Little Flock Hall blanked the Grizzlies 27-0 in lVlayo Thompson Stadium. This marked the first time that the Bears had been shut out in 188 straight games. 118 Football lLeftl Pursuit by the defense successfully shuts down a Patriot pitchout for short yardage. Halfback Richard Houston is all alone as he breaks away for a downfield sprint. lopposite pagel To stop a running quarterback, the secondary must react quickly to move up in position to prevent a long gain. The kicking game, especially the field goals and extra points, means the difference between winning and losing in a close game. Football 119 120 Football Bears clown Southside Reb Northside lost another heartbreaker when the Little Rock Central Tigers scored a go- ahead touchdown with one second remaining. After leading 10-7 late in the fourth quarter, Northside gave up the ball on the Tiger 10-yard line. ln less than a minute and a half, Central marched the length of the field and completed a touchdown pass with one second remaining, making the final score 14-10. Traveling to Little Flock, the Grizzlies faced the number one ranked North Little Rock Ole lVlain Wildcats in a AAAA con- ference game. The highly ranked Wildcats were hard pressed to win and led only 16-14 with minutes to play. Ole lVlain scored a touchdown with seconds left to take the game 22-14. The annual intra-city clash with South- side saw a standing-roomonly crowd witness the closest game in the series between the two schools. A defensive battle followed after the Grizzlies rolled up 10 points and held on to win by the score of 10-8. Northside's victory added up to nine years of frustration for the Rebels, who have never beaten Northside on the football field. els A moving pocket for the passer provides more time for the completion because it gives the quarterback better protection from the rushing linemen. Before running for extra yardage, a receiver must "look the ball into his hands" for a sure reception. Running room inside the 10-yard line is hard to get, as the defense plays closer to the line than it regularly does. Football 121 1972 Grizzly football team-Front row: Chuck Berlau, John Bice, Rodney Botler, Gary Adams, George West, Theodore Bishop. Second row: Coach Don Thone, Mike Conger, Jerry Taylor, David Durham, Steve Gist, Danny Orme, Danny Augustus. Third row: Coach Gayle Kaundart, Doug McAlister, dropped, Joey Mederac, Kirk Martin, Steve Heim, Tim Garret. Fourth row: Coach Doug McKinney, Mark Conrady, Richard Houston dropped, Randy Coulson, Robin Goodman, Sedrick Posey, Fifth row: Ronnie Mallard, Ricky Eakin, Larry Bandy, Mike Chiolino, Cash Haaser William Villines. Sixth row: Rusty Amon, Barry Adams, Ralph Ohm, dropped, William Bell, Ronnie Davis. Back row: Willie Coleman, David Martin Marty Westphal, Ricky Caldwell, Mike Vann, Steve Vann, Stephen Shaw, Barry Richardson. - g H"'Sfegf ' Q riizgflrgtit A runnln offensive attack and a coordinated defense FMi'?:5fA-" gQ:fcx"'-' 'A f',' . Q . . . . enabled the Northside Cubs to flnush 3-3 under Coach Mickey cg. ,iogg-: Q 545' Q. igjzsffygif .rrjlisiya , - .- . . 'NlvEf2l5!?'lheiEig:. Johnson, new to the Grizzly staff this year. 'ffzieaf-s,z1,s'f-wee.. f I ,myw.,2fE2r'az'.. .-y, 1, - It was a good season, but wuth a few breaks we could 5-,:,g,.., ,.k,,,Q,V J., ,,4f?fg2t4g,,' W. 33f.?f?Krre 'i' 1 -1 b , X V-fi are . . , have flmshed 6-0, ' commented Coach Johnson. A blocked -tw" 'sm ?Hiii'?'f5"f'P'rZ,Qvg,..:T5,e.'ffEiE?w. iffft-tiiisw W . 'l punt recovered ID the end zone by an opponent, a long :SM 4.1: ",. rxirff, afiii-e.'.ig,:f5saf+Q?Q?rggg . - - - - touchdown pass, and a field goal all ln the final minutes cost the Cubs three losses. The defense gave up 57 points, less "f9wgMi::f'f" 'file ,,,, ..r51:g1ff,r2.n,,y , . . - .'isfgliEiigQ,e 1 than 10 polnts a game, while the offense put 84 points on the . scoreboard for an average of 14 points a game. H-fi1h?"'-tt" fi'f11:,,:'f.5"' rff:xu'L'1t','14415531 The strength of the defense was a real good team effort s1W'.'."'f Q ' l1tf"9"1.,L1 ' 'f " ' W "Y-Elzseiill' 1" ' ' ' ' M1 1 T 1 and coordlnatlon at conver ln at the ball, according to ' -H ' 'A 'YW 1, - - t Coach Johnson. The offensive strength was the much ,,t, im roved offensive line and runnln backs, he sand. As in thep past, Northside kept the ball gn the ground and thus .,..,ii lffii5llfr 2:.Al3f5?iilgg, 'i.'r , . , prevented costly turnovers from interceptions while keeping 'iri Q ' ' ' ' ' ' ...,. thelr opponents from having the ball. In passing situations, It was sophomore Ricky Eakin dropping into the protective pocket formed by the offensive lme and throwing the safe ct?-'25, fi- +:'Vw .rglergtfgg 234357521gf:1eeffQQ!-'lFh5lq9-I - - i short passes that were usually caught. Thlnklng ahead to next 1 year, Coach Johnson sand, This group will grow up and ,.y. ' 5' become a Q00d GHZZIV football ff-fam-" 122 Football 1972 Grizzly football team-Front row: Harold Parish, John Carmack, Bobby Harris, Ray Copeland, Onnie Hewitt, Dale Moore, equipment manager, Head Coach Tom Crovella. Second row: Drake Williams, Tony Gilyard, Harvey Thomas, Larry Linson, Kyle Parker, Wyatt Kaundart, Tyrus Bell, Steve Shepherd, Andre Soucy, Carl Flocks. Fourth row: Kenny Bateman, David Donovan, Jim Carmack, Kirby Lockhart, Bill McCain, dropped, dropped. Fifth row: Chris Caver, Mark Lewis, Danny Beam, David Sparkman, dropped, Joe Seabourn, dropped. Sixth row: dropped, Buzzy Sawyer, Mike Roberts, lra Harris, dropped, Elphin Smith, dropped. Back row: Carl Wise, Clarence Toran, Perry Vann, Stephen Shaw, Barry Richardson. The Grizzly coaching staff: Tom Crovella, left, head football coach: Don Thone, offensive backfield, track: Doug McKinney, offensive line, assistant basketball: Mickey Johnson, Cub football, assistant basketball: Gayle Kaundart, defensive line, head basketball coach. Football 123 F,-1i.'.15g ::1,'L1r,'1 EE'iE:':.' EQQBL' 5 X ry V N U, ' b' , ,fm : " , lf W 2 1 A :ahve The memorable magic of homecoming . . . preparing for class competition bicycling to lead the way for others . . . boosting spirit with the bonfire . . . "floating" down Garrison Avenue cheering the Bears to victory posting the colors. . .proving that it's "Great to be a GrizzIy." 124 Homecoming Z ZUE5 an-f Ui-XM, th Chan: W as! QOQW X7j Grizzly power ond magic charm Friday the 13th-usually a day of super- stition and bad luck, but in Grizzlyland it was Homecoming '72. Festivities, centering on the theme "Grizzly Power and Magic Charms," began with a water-ballon-throw after school on Monday, followed the rest of the week by "Beat Chargers Day," "Find the Lucky Charm Day" and "Bring a Lucky Charm Day." Friday was designated by the Student Council as Bed and White Day, beginning with the morning pep assembly and the parade down Garrison Avenue in the afternoon. Spirit was boosted for the game during the assembly by class competition with the seniors coming through to win the Spirit Stick. The seniors also won first place in the float corn- petition, climaxing their last football home- coming with "Victory is in the cards." A victory dance featuring "Magic Sounds" was held in the cafeteria to celebrate the Bears' 30-8 win over the Northeast Chargers. I viii In pre-game ceremonies, R. Earl Farnsworth, principal, crowned Sarah Basham the 1972 Football Homecoming Queen. Members of the court include ltop rowl Judy Townley '73, Missy Gean '75, Queen Sarah '73, Missy Lockhart '75, Pam Elkins '73 lbottom rowl Cathee Crain '73, Sheri Curlin '74, Corliss Banks '74, Cynthia Kincannon '74, Pat McGill '73, Homecoming 125 Bruins encl 20-5. Ending their regular season of play with a 20-5 record, the best overall in the AAAA conference, the Grizzlies headed for the state tournament in Little Rock's Barton Coliseum. In the Nlarch 1 encounter, the Bears lost 46-48 to LR Catholic in overtime. Six returning Iettermen led the Bruins to an 11-5 conference slate. Four of these-Tom Carson, Wesley Kaundart, Jerry Taylor and Tony Gilyard-started at one time or another last year. The other Iettermen are Daryl Revelle and Ronald Brewer. Northside captured 13 wins before falling to Pine Bluff in midyear. The first 13 victories came over lVlena, Subiaco, Fayetteville, and Basketball Van Buren, twice, El Dorado, Charleston, NLR Northeast, Hall, Southside, Parkview, NLR Ole lVlain. Other Grizzly wins were over Southside, LR Catholic, twice, LR Central, Northeast, El Dorado and Pine Bluff. The Bears lost to Hall, Parkview, Ole lVlain and Central. At the close of the season, league coaches commented that the Grizzlies have three of the best outside shooters in the state-Carson, Kaundart and Brewer. Including this year, the Bruins have finished with a win record of 20 or better nine times in the past 18 years, with five num- ber one ratings in the state polls. A fast-breaking offense + requires ball control- Jerry Taylor l31l, Ron- ald Brewer l11l. Grizzly coaches stress driving into the lane as a part of a fast- breaking offense- Rcnald Brewer. lOpposite page, upperl , Offense means points, and scoring means ball control-Ronald Brewer. lLowerl Rebound- ing-both offensive and defensive-can make or break a game- Jerry Taylor l3Ol, Tom Carson l42l. 126 Basketball -1- A. , Pf I 9, lLeftl Working the ball inside for two points- Jerry Taylor lshootingl, Greg Willis l55l. lRightl Rebounds are essential on both offense and defense- Tony Rayburn l32l, Tom Carson l42l. Taking the ball down court quickly can break a full-court press- Wesley Kaundart ll5l. lOpposite page, leftl Jump ball control adds confidence to the team- Greg Willis ldark uniforml. lFlightl Outside shots provided a balance with lane shots-Flonald Brewer llight uniforml. 128 Basketball Cubs win 21. Northside's Cubs ended their season with a 21-4 season record and a 12-4 conference slate. Gaining valuable experience that will be put to use next year, the Cubs battled B teams of the same schools the Grizzlies played. Cub basketball is con- sidered a preview of what will be next year. This season's B teams will be to a great extent next year's varsity teams. Winning the first 12 games, the Cubs seemed to be following the number one Grizzly tradition. Be- fore dropping a 48-41 decision to LR Hall, the Cubs defeated lVlena, Subiaco, Fayetteville and Van Buren, twice each, El Dorado, Charleston and NLR North- east. The next Cub victories came over Southside, LR Parkview, NLR Ole lVlain and LR Catholic High, twice, LR Central, El Dorado, NLR Northeast and LR Hall. Losses were to Pine Bluff, twice and to LR Central. Leading the Cubs to one of the best records in the state, Steve Vann, Danny Tedder, Tyrus Bell and Tony Gilyard were top scorers. Gilyard was kept from playing during the first half of the schedule because of an injury sustained in football. 1973 Grizzly basketball team-Front row: Richard Ashworth, manager Daryl Revelle John Raybon Tyrus Bell Wesley Kaundart Don Nleador Wyatt Kaundart, Don Watson, manager. Back row: Coach Michael Johnson Carl Flocks manager Mike Vann David lVlcKinney Ronald Brewer Gregory Willis, Tom Carson, Jerry Taylor, Steve Vann, Tony Gilyard, Tony Rayburn Bill Steelman manager Coach Gayle Kaundart Basketball Scoreboard 1972-'73 Opponent Mena Subiaco + Fayetteville + Van Buren + El Dorado 4' + Charleston + Van Buren Fayetteville NLR Northeast 4' LR Hall 4' + Southside LR Parkview 4' NLR Ole Main 4' + Pine Bluff 4' Southside + LR Catholic High 4' LR Central 4' NLR Northeast 4' + LR Hall 4' El Dorado 4' LR Parkview 4' + NLR Ole Nlain 4' LR Catholic High 4' Pine Bluff 4 + LR Central 4' + 4' Conference games State tournament LR Catholic High Bruins 10944 60-35 72-47 70-35 52-38 60-33 59-27 41-40 59-41 59-57 49-31 54-49 54-49 57-62 55-34 63-56 78-74 47-37 61 -67 59-45 30-54 59-64 61 -57 69-49 59-65 4 46-48 Cubs 52-20 55-12 51-45 25-22 45-24 47-41 34-26 40-26 44-26 41 -48 39-29 38-30 32-24 32-39 40-39 47-24 46-35 40-38 43-36 37-35 41 -28 53-30 50-35 47-58 41 -42 Home games 130 Basketball Bears over-shadow foes Ability to drive into the lane for two points is a major aspect of Grizzly basketball-Wesley Kaundart. iOpposite pagel . Defense of inbounding proves to be a worthy cause in back court pressesJl'vrus Bell. Basketball 131 Lane driving stressed by coaches-Wyatt Kaundart i2Ol, Leon Williams i32l. Instructions-Coach Mickey Johnson. Defense-Tyrus Bell i12l, Wyatt Kaundart i2Ol. Specialty- Steve Vann i50l. Tip-off-Steve and Mike Vann i40l. I4 12 1973 Cub basketball team-Front row: Richard Willis, Danny Tedder, John Raybon, Tyrus Bell, Wyatt Kaundart, Danny Beam, Ricky Eakin Richard Ashworth, manager. Back row: Coach Mickey Johnson, Leon WiIliams,Wayne Thompson, Mickey Meimerstorf, Mike Vann, Tony Gilyard Steve Vann, Stephen Shaw, Keith Hurst, Bill Steelman, manager. 132 Basketball Carolyn reigns. Queen Carolyn Triplett reigned over 1973 basketball homecoming following a week of special festivities centered around the theme "Visions of Victory." A slogan contest, carnation sale, a bonfire and pep assembly were among the activities that were climaxed by the crowning of the queen. Maids were Cathy Basham, Jeanie Collyge, Rosie Kesner-seniors, Joanne Cary, Dana Parks, Donna Weigand-juniors, Debbie Congour and Laurie Ulrich-sophomores. Bill Bardrick, assistant principal crowned the queen in a ceremony preceding the game between the Northside Bears and North Little Rock Northeast Chargers, February 2. Girls from each class were nominated by class councils and home rooms. Ballots were prepared by the Student Council, with voting in home rooms. The queen was selected from the senior maids by the basketball team, her name kept a secret until homecoming night. Carolyn Triplett reigns as homecoming queen. Maids are Rosie Kesner, Cathy Basham, Jeanie Collyge, Dana Parks, Joanne Cary, Donna Weigand, Laurie Ulrich and Debbie Congour. Basketball homecoming 133 134 Track .,.X ,gf L. ,E Q ,nf .LW W 4 Y f iW:J3.""Y-Q - 1 .. w- A N.. -,Q ,V I. .-,,, gn'-. ' ,, ,, ,Rf .',, "WX uh , 'l 11-' n rv-ff,-1.1 -ww mm Experience leads pack back. Experience marked the ranks of the Grizzly track squad as they returned 11 lettermen for the '73 season, some in nearly every event. "We should be strong in the pole vault with Daryl Revelle, Larry Mallard and Ricky Williams returning from last year," said Coach Don Thone at the beginning of practice. Revelle won the AAAA state meet and competed in the Arkansas lVleet of Champs in Little Rock in '72. Other strengths showed in the distance races with three-year starter John Bice and one-year runner Ralph Kutait, the sprint races Track with Steve Shepherd, Richard Houston, La- land Booth and Harold Parish, and the hurdles run by Dennis Huffman. This year's oppo- nents included Catholic High, El Dorado, LR Central, LR Hall, NLR, NLR Northeast, Pine Bluff and local rivals, Southside, Fayetteville and Springdale. A contending track team needs strength in the running events, as demonstrated by Dennis Huffman in the hurdles, lleftl Richard Houston and Steve Shepherd in the running events. 4- if + eff, l,-:,,f35ggr::fvI . Track 135 136 Golf G- 5 hw ff if ,rf X "5 X ie g ' 1 . '. 1 in sn . H is ' il -it 3 .L r r - X , -va 4 7 TT' Putt-puff power. "Every putt counts" is the theme of the '72-'73 Northside golf team since last year's narrow defeat of but two strokes that kept them from repeating as the top AAAA team in the state. In attempting to defend their number two state ranking, the team entered its third season of AAAA golf competition with two returning starters and lettermen from last year's team. Barry Harwood and Paul Oliver came back from a squad that went undefeated Golf through the regular season only to place second in the state meet, missing first by only two strokes. To be ready for the spring matches, the golfers work out five days a week from 2:30 to 6:00. Weight lifting and conditioning are performed on Tuesdays and Fridays while actual play takes place on lVlondays, Wednes- days and Thursdays. This year's roster of opponents included Alrna, Fayetteville, lVlusk- ogee, Southside and Van Buren. A fu .,.4 :gs 'Anal r- ,5- , , .f ,N , Wt? . 1. we '1 A 'v . ' ls w5g,g3,,g5-Q-vlsuur-g+fge....',. . iff-vlsaxaxw bf- M., -""'r 'K Concentration is essential in avoiding mistakes while put- ting. Here Barry Harwood sinks a four-footer. Golf, like everyday living, is not always played on the greens and fairways as demonstrated by Kelly v Buergler trying to swing out of a water trap. Kevin Wear begins to work his + way out of a sand trap at Ben Geren Park Golf Course, where all home matches were played this spring. lOpposite pagel 1972 Golf Team-Front row: Bill Fine, James Moses, Kevin Wear, Johnny Jones, Mike Vernon. Back row: Kelly Buergler, Paul Oliver, Barry Harwood, Lane Dooly and Dave Wilson. Lfl a. 5 "' HQ - ,,..' tf 'NJA """'L Q, " ...nw-up , .M .-mn.,....,... W ,7 .. .. Golf 137 13 8 Practice makes perfect- "WeII, probably so," stated Bobby Burns, sponsor, "and we have had practices every day in hopes of placing in the state girls' tournament this spring." Mr. Burns breaks a practice session to explain two-handed backhands. Ann Warmack works out the rough spots in a volley, Libby Bender practices net play in team round-robin doubles, and lfar right! Cathy Basham drills her fore- hand baseline drive. mv-- as l A l QQ? t 'mc v " " . Qc Q A . Q LL ' woman- , V ,Q V ,,...-.--,, , 3 . 14" " ' ,, 6 ' 5 1' l .t iv .kfsslff 3 Y,-3"" - . , .ui--53.,,-w.,'Zg'421fZT3gsQ i "1 X" ' K i 1 ,, A ' ' N'j"4"i'Yf??g' 5: A - 'P .. Kin'-51?f5wi.?2:-"fi s 1"1?i"-f'i'.vI 1 -" Q, , , ' , ,,. '-f'-few'wJ2g'f'7-:a,g,'s5 ' if ?f5z.fg o t . W' M M 1 e ,lff "1...,u-' s 3" lx" xl x ,,.: ,,,, Q, 1 rfb., 555,-41 '.Q -' - ffm Yr ' ', "0 -' . ' , a, avg, A .. , I is V 1212753 h , w 4.. fx "' V' ' MM wp. 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Different from the casual approach taken last year, the team, under the sponsorship of Bobby Burns, had regular practices on lVlon- days, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:10 to 4:30. Practices and scheduled matches Tennis were held at Ben Geren Park Tennis Center. The early spring schedule included new rival additions of Hall and Parkview of Little Rock and Ole lVlain and Northeast of North Little Rock. New Oklahoma teams were Muskogee and Tahlequah. Final season plans for the team included the state meet in North Little Rock. Last spring the doubles team of Basham and Warmack made the quarterfinals before being eliminated by Parkview. Tennis is not a varsity sport. .., 1' Tennis 139 vi-ef' -- -... l "N" Club-Front row: Jerry Taylor, Richard Ashworth, Kirk Martin, Wyatt Kaundart, Richard Houston, David Donovan, David Scott. Second row: Steve Heim, Mike Weeks, Tom McDonald, Larry Mallard, Robin Goodman, David Durham, Bill Steelman, Third row: Mickey Meimerstorf, Tim Garrett, David Emmons, Ricky Williams, Joey Mederac, Tony Rayburn, Danny Orme, Dennis Huffman. Back row: Harvey Thomas, Drake Wilkins, Tony Gilyard, Ronald Brewer, John Raybon, Tyrus Bell, Danny Augustus. "N" Club-Front row: Kirby Lockhart, Larry Linson, Doug McAllister, Ted Bishop, Bill McCain, Onnie Hewitt, Bobby Harris, John Bice, Second row: John Carmack, Mark Conrady, Rodney Butler, Chuck Berlau, Kenny Bateman, Gary Adams, Harold Parish, Donald Watson. Third row: Don Meador, Steve Middleton, Jim Carmack, Steve Gist, Wesley Coats, Mike Conger, George West, Shedrick Posey. Back row: David McKinney, Tom Carson, Ralph Kutait, Daryl Revelle, Wesley Kaundart, Ray Copeland. 4-5 "N" Club-Front row: Andre Soucy, Rusty Amon, Danny Beam, Cash Haaser, Greg Pickett, Barry Adams. Back row: Ronnie Mallard, Ricky Eakin, Kyle Parker, Chris Caver, Elphin Smith, Mike Vann, Steve Vann. 140 "N" Club llll N is for No. 1 Northside. The "N" Club is many things. Just what goes into the making of this "sixth period gang" noted for long hours of practice? Nlonths of strength building and running provides the basis for Northside's entrance into the tough AAAA conference, a battle- ground for the largest and most competitive of the state's high schools. Hopefully, those long hours of practice, development and actual game time pay off with victory and a letter. lf the coaches agree that an athlete has displayed qualities synomonous with trad- itional Northside athletics-pride, integrity, spirit, determination, drive-and if that athlete has contributed enough to the over-all team effort, then a varsity letter is his. There is more to a varsity letter than a piece of cloth . . . competition, excellence, pride . . . number one. And to a Grizzly, "number one" not only means the win, but the winning spirit. N" Club "N" club 141 Grizzly girls growl greol. Cheerleaders "Grizzlies number one again ... again ... " is a common phrase at Northside and the '72-'73 Grizzly cheerleaders are no exception. They came home with the title of Grand Champions from the International Cheerleading Foundation workshop in Tallahassee, Florida in August '72. But that was only the beginning. Those eight Grizzly backers are Sarah Basham l'73l, Pam Elkins l'73l, Sandy Diamond l'73l, Cathee Crain l'73l, Rosie Kesner l'73l, Nancy Naucke l'73l, Judy Townley l'73l and Cynthia Kincannon l'74l. Cheering for football, basketball and track, painting signs, planning pep rallies, promoting magazine and candy sales, doughnut breakfasts for athletes, Booster Club meetings, rummage sales, workdays, endless hours of practice . .. all in the year's work for the cheerleaders. NHWCV NHUCKG l'73l Cathee Crain l'73l Sarah Basham l 73l 142 Cheerleaders 1 Y , M , , -. . ,X ,k ,",, s,, A 1 , ., - v p x - I ai E . 1 ..,gg!t I A ,, '17 Ysi , kv .. 'ef Y ' , .jgxlh ,-U A , . . , V A ,, , , . Af 5 . 1. 5' Q ' - - 'P A "f9'5rffv' ,,--1.-if-2 K' 'CV' 4' A 5. 4' ' ' 'TQ : Quai 'Km .75 Y 'bf 1 vs, xi 9 ,Elf - ,f h, f ,fi Hwy , 1,Q,:....-, f I I y Jw N ,, I I., ,:,.,.,p.:., -..QV N - f,a,,. , , f ' ., . 1. .,...:. , , ,fl . , ..- Q . " ,,,, ,,..4.-wf Y- x, 312 in .,g'gV. . 25 "' -4, 'T 1 m .Wv-.f?f,.. A 'Ao , N fr f , Hx 4 af I .fl A : . 4 I 1' I l P lOpposite pagel What's a pep club for? School spirit begins in the Pep Club with all its members boosting pep throughout school activities and goes all the way to the fans in the stands at games. In the final football game of the year against Southside, students joined the Pep Club on the field for the football tunnel. School spirit spread through programs, sold by Janet Taff, lleftl Super Growlin' Super Bear, Debbie Congour and school mascot, LaRue Linson. Pep Club 145 Ol B if B ,I 2 1 F nu no BEARS G0 I H NLR Numan G0 B' v 'Mas G0 fm 5 i7Qa25'ij ,JT 'fi TNLHNOHTHEAST K. Leading ladies. Responsibility for leading the '72-'73 Northside Pep Club in its many endeavors fell squarely on the shoulders of four junior and senior girls. Cathy Basham, Sally Wenderoth, Becky Hays and Linda Wernick were elected president, vice-president, senior leader and junior leader last year in a special meeting of the Pep Club. "Leading activities" include keeping the members organized, painting signs for the end of the tunnel, keeping track of money, such as that turned in for dues or from candle sales, and most important of all, leading the Pep Club in backing the MIGHTY MIGHTY GRIZZLIES. + Cheerleaders earned a number one rating at the International Cheerleading Foundation clinic held in Florida. + lOpposite page, above, Ieftl Becky if XX l gk. Rosie Kesner exhibits typical preparations for a bus trip. Cathy Basham, Debbie Treece, Terry Langhorne and Becky Hays unpack candles for sale. V Pepsters promote Grizzly spirit at all varsity and Cub games. v I Al f "' X . S. Pep Club Sophomores-Front row: Sheila Wilson, Cynthia Cobb, Debbie Congour, Janet Schoen, Mary Tompos, Pam Madison, Sharon Randolph, Second row: Barbara Kremer, Janet Taff, Becky Davis, Vicki Davis, Karen Estep, Becky Allen, Helen Rhames, Judy Watson, Third row: Karen Fitzgerald, Marilyn Becker, Linda Land, Becky Jones, Vicki Dillard, Pam Sutton, Debbie Barham, Katie Eckelhoff. Back row: Mary O'Malley, Brenda Erke, Mary Beth Fowler, Sandy Neff, Evelyn Sommer, Cheryle Porter, Debbie Ussery, Patty Conley, Frances Bonner. Pep Club Sophomores-Front row: Julie Wanslow, Ann Pollock, Georgia Chapman, Debbie Wolfe, Laurie Ulrich, Anne Etzkorn, Brenda Corlin, Melanie East, Lee Anne Kirby. Second row: Terry Langhorne, Leslye Bird, Mandee Harper, Pam Harman, Vicki Price, Cindy Weigand, Robin Westphal, Cindy Swofford, Fran Baker, Missy Gean. Third row: Sherry Finney, Regina Christian, Tanya Webb, Linda Jordon, Kim Kelton, Reyn Ellis, Linda Klyne, Cathie Coon, Georgianna Meek. Back row: Cecilia Spradlin, Malinda Wilson, Kathryn Robinson, Nanette Simmons, Sara Kocher, Karen Thornas, Lisa Sass, Cindy Bohanan, Belinda Bohanan, Sharon Arthur. Pep Club 149 Lisa Bogan and Joanne Cary led off the '72-'73 homecoming parade. Team members reach for perfection during regular practices. V lOpposite pagel One of the half-time shows that wasn't rained out-the end result of hours of drilling. Drill Team-Front row: Cindy Hoyle, Cinda Owen, Lisa Bogan, Lisa Lunney, Becky Yoes, Janice Vaught,Sheri Curlin, Sherrill Hampton, Betsy Nigh, Donna Weigand, Laura Perry, Lou Ann Brady, Sherrie Lawton and Tammie Robertson. Back row: Carla Oliver, Toni Harvey, Lagusta Evans, Vivian Dalton, Rhonda Lee, Karen Weigand, Pam Powell, Karen Galloway, Donna Perry, Bonny Teague, Sandee Tucker, Janet Lasey, Joanne Cary and Dana Parks. 150 Drill team Left, Left, I, 2, , 2, Now in it Northside girls' like JROTC in resemblance end and spirit as another of the backers. The 28 Molly Harsh and Bogan first lieutenant and Joanne Cary, sec captain, Lisa After being teachers, memb the summer, vvit the officers, att Fayetteville to lVlarching d good ole Griz activities in w participates. + fAbovel Rhon lBelowl Lisa B Joanne Cary, s IUHI-IT IF... you found you were your own best friend? 1 I 1 , y . I . lim .... I Y w,-gg., Q-'51 5 ,M 'r 'fires I v ,,,, f 2 .HI 2. f 1 , ,, !':?ra, 1 A ' 'IIYW 2 I I '21, 'o 1 J . f I 1 Vw " X39 I 1 4' -4 S c ru .I tw E N0 ,1 IT II IT IT II IT IT T T IT Hey! you got a friend? Who's your best fdend? Lots of good fdends are 165184, 470848,169792,556352,155840,352696, 040960 and 050112. lt's nice to have 656 or 256 for a fnend vvhen the going getstough. Remember, to have a friend, one must first be a friend. 050112 will always remember 040960, 781056 and 296. The sophomores won't forget the seniors-they've got class. 6!1!73 is a big and glorious day for the seniors. 6!2!74 will be the day for the juniors. Don't worry, sophs,your day will come. Take a quick look and see who your friends are before you part and go your separate ways. Or, are you your own best friend? uri afff 1 l 5lWi 4lrsl'WY2vH ASQ 1:!, N Y elif wgmi gCwWwL iiN 1 I 7' 1 xliiul 1' C'l Sflvinl SEAL- -111 11 'i'f4Y'V' emi 35+-uggfggm ff1'i 1 f I., 'f e.l liwl ' V lliflrl S ,f5flVH 911 l'! f lfmlW' WISH SCVWNQ iii "- y.'l1,lWW H fW SCWUTI W l . 5-1,1 1"' rllfbl sgfQw2'ii xii, lwfrl .wfgilvy xv. 5134 f.x"12',i " WTI. vwn,'Q!1 -H 304 w ew, K. 4,1 ,. 1 Us .-'vu TH TH Nnlfq TH 1TH -ii r-if YH 4 Wyre. 1TH AQKANSAS AQKAVSQS KQKANSAS ARKANSAS QKANSSS QKAWSAS AQK4Ny kQKAVSNf . UQ4 Q? 1973 0725 VUE 7 . A 4 Q f' 2 . - f Q ,e 4 S 'i ' I I 1 l ! W i 33? 5 'lflri 175 ll 10 3 Wxmll T3 ll 1 'l'lTl'lV ll 'mmm my Ulb l 17 il QKGNQWS 19 N1WY'wllf UI 'qwriaw ll w IQWS i1flNlw I 4 111 'Mew ll 12 wffsw fi W it S. Z3ii'l ' Student Cou Ellis, Second Barry Adams, 154 Student Council ncil-Front row: Andre Soucy, Debbie Congour, Sheri Curlin, Tammie Robertson, Betsy Nigh, Karen Weigand, Georgia Chapman, Reyn row: Sandra Richardson, Dottie Calhoun, Donna Weigand, Laurie Ulrich, Dana Parks, Rick Brown, Mr. Bill Shaffer, sponsor. Back row: Danny Tedder, Joe Vervack, Danny Beam, Tony Ludlow, Keith Hurst. l Student Council-Front row: Ronnie Ashley, sponsor, Rosie Kesner, Nancy Naucke, Cathee Crain, Sarah Basham,Judy Townley, Pam Elkins. Second Row: Mike Nlarrs, Nathalie Young, Terry Sass, Nita Vines, Sandy Diamond, Joanne Cary, Laura Ferrier. Back row: Robert Smith, Cathy Nolte, Darrell Durbrow, Cathy Basham,Jeanle Collyge, Sally Crisp, Gina Vines. in 1-XX, xg, xv. NH hot to convention Student Council "Youthful Partners for a Better To- morrow," the theme of the State Association of Student Councils convention, summarizes the purpose of Northside's Student Council. Primary activity of the council, the conven- tion was held at Northside in April. The council members, led by firstesemester presi- dent Jeanie Collyge and vice-president Terry Sass, worked to organize the program and activities for 200 delegates and 100 sponsors. The council was also active in internal affairs of the school. Main goals were providing student services such as the book exchange, Christmas post office and rap sessions about school problems with Dr. C.B. Garrison, superintendent of schools. Second-semester officers Chuck Berlau, president, and Gary Adams, vice-president, directed Teacher Appreciation Day and Twirp Week and conducted the state convention. 4, At the homecoming tee: Sally Crisp and Donna Weigand. lAbovel Mike Marrs, Danny Tedder and Joe Vervack keep the marquee up to date. V Sponsors have their problems, too. Student Council 155 A I A ,W E - , ji ,Zh , . srl. V, ,. A , . ,,..,f,,.,. ,, ,,4:, i House of Representatives, first semester-Front row: Linda Heidenthal, Toni Lang, Janet Lassey, Cherly Overstreet, Melanie East, Jan Nuser, Cindy Weigand, Helen Rhames, Diane Robertson and Terry Pulse. Middle row: Shirley Smith, Regina Christian, Cindy Bohanan, Vicki Dillard, Malinda Wilson, Ellen Gean, Melinda Ahart and Nanette Simmons. Back row: Joey Wasson, Michael Vann, Randy Amon, Janet Davis, Rhonda Burch, Lynette Potts, Sarah Meek Mike Hudson and Kenney McKinney, 7:45 dawns a new day and a Wednesday morning House meeting. The House of Repre- sentatives is designed to improve student relations and participation in school activities. A representative from each homeroom works toward informing the student body of the activities of the House and Student Council. As an active part of Northside, the House has worked at various projects throughout the year. Sponsoring bus trips to out-of-town games, selling Bear shirts and Grizzly jerseys, working toward a 31,500 goal for remodeling the auditorium, selling license plates, ringing bells for the Salvation Army and sending Grizzly Grams have kept the House busy. Robert E. Peel is House sponsor. First semester officers were Terry Sass, speaker, Janice Hughes, treasurer, Dee Ann Fairfield, recording secretary, Mark Spears, roll call secretary. Second semester officers were Gary Adams, speaker, Janice Hughes, treasurer, Dee Ann Fairfield, recording Secretary, Linda Jones, roll call secretary. 4- Mark Spears, first-semester roll call sec- retary, and Don Giles take the oath of office during installation of Student Council and House officers. iUpper leftl Sarah Basham and Mark Spears + prepare corsages of mums given to the sec- retaries of Northside and Peabody on Home- coming Day '72. iUpper rightl Darrell Durbrow, standing, Sal- ly Wenderoth, Mary Fowler and Janice Hughes, 1 kneeling, unpack Bear shirts that were a part of the fund-raising projects of the first- Y semester House. 156 House of Representatives 'Th House that Robert builll' I it-1 it I 1' me House of Representatives, first semester-Front row: Robert Peel, Sally Wenderoth, Dee Ann Fairfield, Janice Hughes, Mark Spears, Terry Sass and Darrell Durbrow, Second row: Julie Humble, Ramona Golden, Elaine Porter, Colisa Bostic, Laura Sharum,Shirley Helton, Karen Nowacki, Ramona Furlow, Debbie Simmons and Carolyn Triplett. Third row: Mickey Miller, Norma Anderson, Mary Fowler, Howard Campbell, Demetrius Poole, Tina Hausler, Vivian Dalton, Cheryl Stevens and Suzanne McCray. Back row: Don Giles, James Phillips, Kyle Parker, Taricia Gann, Art Middleton, Giff Douglas, Tom Carson, John Jennings, Mitch Bogan, Donnie Williams and Jim King. House of Representatives 157 j.,,i - if r 2 'Q , K , . , --.ff - Q A House of Representatives, second semester-Front row: David Scott, Darrell Durbrow, Linda Jones, Dee Ann Fairfield, Janice Hughes, Gary Adams. Second row: Robert E. Peel, Linda Heidenthal, Don Watson, Regina Christian, Mary Mays, Sharon Kimberling, Christy Ising, Cheryl Overstreet, Melinda Ahart. Third row: Toni Lang, Jan Nusser, Vicki Dillard, Malinda Wilson, Nanette Simmons, Evelyn Sommer, LaVerna Moon, Cheryl Jones, Kathleen McCartt, Cynthia Ingram. Back row: Melanie East, Cindy Bohanan, Mary Fowler, Missy Lockhart, Grady Core, Toni Cooper, Sandy Hatfield, Pam Harman. Lou Ann Brady. House officers Dee Ann Fairfield, Ter- ry Sass, Sally Wenderoth and Janice Hughes join Robert .nm Peel in celebrating the close of the first semester. -... At an informal gathering, House members enjoyed dough- nuts and cokes at the last meeting of the first-semester House. In conclud- ing activities, Ter- ry Sass, president, was presented a vice-presidential pin for her out- :N standing work and l X g, contribution to the ' ' , A g fi rst-semester House. v -' ' t ' 1 House of Representatives, second semester-Front row: Debbie Simmons, Josephine Jurney, Colisa Bostic, Jody Burke, Colana Bostic, Brenda Corbin. Middle row: Terri Mills, Linda Sangter, Stephen A. Jones, Lagusta Evans, Kary Kidder, Dorothy Love, Nancy Davidson. Back row: Lee Register, Dale Sines, John Jennings, Giff Douglas, Joe Wasson, Rhonda Burch, Howard Campbell. 158 House of Representatives -97-f'.?f'4':J F Script writers . . . Ann Warmack, Lois Patton and Mrs. Patricia Werner Th FIing's th thing. Senior Fling-a mild combination of "talent," comedy, lines, music and wit. With a semisequel to the Junior Variety of 1972, the Fling starred Becky Hays and Gordon Floyd as emcees. For writing and arranging the music, a special bouquet was awarded to Kevin White. Others in the combo were Karen Woolbright and Chris Latsos on the piano and drums. Senior Council members and honorary members at large made up the "Script and Skit Committee for Senior Fling." The Conductor . . . Kevin White The Singers . . , Deb Dickerson and Mary Roberts The Combo . . . Karen Woolbright, Kevin White and Chris Latsos Script writers . . .Becky Hays, Gayle Shaver and Martha Cravens Backstage . . .Steve Neff and Gary Davis Senior Fling 159 Three- year champ Carl Wikstrom and lVlar-tha Cravens I, prepare spirit strips for pep rally. Homecoming means float building for Senior Council members. The fin- ished product proceeds dovvn Garrison Avenue. Tuesday morning is meeting morning. YW f. 5? 1 rf' . , g A 'nm Y '- I K ,Q ff .1 al' 4. l" 4'fl:,y:g' ,. i 160 Senior Council 1 12 ,- 8.11 Senior Council-Front row: Mrs. Patricia Werner, sponsor, Cheryl Rutledge, Lynette Potts, Jimmie Grace, Karen Woolbright, Margie Howe, Barbara Smith. Middle row: Janey Henson, Debbie Lane, Rhonda Lee, Wesley Coats, Jodie England, Lynn Kirkpatrick. Back row: Candace Davis, Jim Jennings, Chuck Berlau, Carl Wikstrom, Lucia Hawkins, Julie Crouse. o.. ll. Senior Council-Front row: Regina Posey, Linda Sangster, Becky Hays, Martha Cravens, Mike Steinbock, Ann Warmack. Middle row: Wesley Kau ndart, Linda Jones, Kelsey McEwen, Lisa Bogan, Becky Yoes, Connie Sams, Sheila Organ. Back row: Nancy Terwilliger, Sarah Meek, Robin Crank, Gayle Shaver, Karen Galloway, Pam Powell. '73-a class that came to be heard, bringing spirit-minded ideas to leave a long- remembered impression at Northside. Led by Carl Wikstrom, president, and Martha Cravens, vice-president, the seniors were awarded the spirit plaque for the third year to become the first class ever to achieve this honor. Other officers for the council were Jimmie Grace, recording secretary, Sarah Meek, corresponding secretary, and Ann Warmack, attendance Secretary. Mrs. Charles Werner has been the class sponsor for two years. Money-making projects included doughnut sales, a pancake supper, a rummage sale and the annual production of Senior Fling, a variety show in March. The council's main goal was to raise enough money for senior prom, which centered around the theme "Color My World." Senior Council 161 17 named to Hall of Fame. What is a Hall of Fame senior? ls he a top scholar,an all-star athlete, a council worker, a club member, a cheerleader, a journalist? Seventeen seniors have been elected to the '73 Hall of Fame, combining all areas of school activities. Sponsored each year by the Senior Council, Hall of Fame is open for student body nominations. The finalists are elected by faculty vote. The announcement is kept secret until Bruin delivery. Dano!! Dwolaaw Wlafzyde Wow 162 Hall of Fame Y 7154414 ezaaeu '7uw S444 :fa Wann! Qnly 1414 6446 Wdlatun The people with the plan. new Wawidna glad 8611446 gvw ,114 7leuay 7Z-wee 4 gozdon 761:44 Sm:-al gaalan 1644 80944 'Wacky zmmdazt Q..-.J Qa vii " ,f K H II fFame 165 Kim 7714 gude-gud: gemclq .laude Zeeman Edawiaf fee Sami 77Zee6 eczwlqnf 7fuJ,bZelf 7711,-zgde Wacae S4145 69444400 Council sponsors contest. Kim McBride has been named the 1973 Bruin Beauty. The contest, sponsored by the Senior Council, is to choose the "most beauti- ful senior girl at Northside." Eighty-six girls were nominated during a school-wide balloting in early October. These nominees submitted their portraits to the Senior Council, who sent them to Miss Wade's Fashion School in Dallas for judging. Bruin Beauty The seven finalists chosen were Sarah Basham, Margie Howe, Rhonda Lee, Kim McBride, Sarah Meek, Carolyn Triplett and Linda Yocum. Photos of these seven were then judged by a portrait artist at Gittings Studio of Neiman-Marcus in Dallas. Although the judging was held in December, the winner is traditionally kept secret until the presenta- tion of the Bruin in late May. Bruin Beauty 167 Eddie smfw Zpfczck 66444 '7la6e 771411, folate Defence 7'u56leZZ gmac, ydwg, WMM 70946 Pamm Magda Robbie Stafford wins contest. For its second year, the lVliss Black Heritage contest was sponsored by the North- side Confederation of Black Students. The contest, similar to the Bruin Beauty contest for all students, was open only to senior black girls. The student body nominated 18 girls, whose pictures were sent to the University of Arkansas for judging. Wendell Griffen, pres- Miss Black Heritage ident of the student body at the University, headed th'e panel of seven black males for the judging. The seven semifinalists were Clara Flake, Christine Hogue, Janice Jacobs, Patricia lVlcGill, Mary Roberts, Robbie Stafford and Delores Triplett. The winner was kept secret until the delivery of the Bruin in lVlay, a Northside tradition. Miss Black Heritage 169 Council cilutes seniors. Seniors of the Month December . . .Ann Warmack and Grady Core April . . ,Julie Crouse and Darrell Durbrow 170 Seniors of the Month September . . .Jeanie Collyge and Carl Wikstrom T1-YOQATS -- January . . . Lisa Bogan and Becky Hays . mf. May . . , Lucia Hawkins and Jim Jennings October . . .Terry Sass and Robert Smith February . . . Lois Patton and Giff Douglas ' f-Q S June . . . Becky Yoes and Mike Hudson I Ga E.. A , ? 35 Q R as November . . . Martha Cravens and Douglas Cotton .lztft - March . . .Janet Davis and Gordon Floyd A few extra doughnuts, a few extra hours of work on floats, a few extra errands for Senior Fling, for rummage sales and prom equals that "extra" bit of dedication which leads to the honor of Senior of the Month. Each month, the council nominates worthy seniors and votes for two who have contributed the most to class projects, student government and publications. This year for the first time, the council named two seniors for the month of June. Also for the first time, each month drawings of the two current honorees were posted on the bulletin board in the hall. Seniors of the Month 171 ,, .Y , I- , V 4 i ----4- f f. 5,2121 -111,5 1 I 0515:-fig, ,. W we W ,fri"1'51'f2fi3:Li?52Y?'1?Ef'ix.A 1 ' 1 F v l l 172 Senior class ACORD, DEBBIE-Office assistant ADAMS, MARIE DIANE-Physical education ADAMS, GARY-"N" Club 2,32 FCA: House of Representatives 35 Ouill and Scroll 2,35 Boy's State 35 Grizzly staff 2,35 Football5 Student body vice-president ALLEN, DEBI-Grizzly Band 1,25 Partners in Christ 2,3. AMON, RANDY-Leo Club 25 Vocational Printing... APPLEYARD, TERRY-Pep Club 1 ARNOLD, SANDY-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club ASHLOCK, SHEILA-French Club 15Alpha Rho Tau 3. ATKINS, BILL-Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 Don Ouijote Club 2,35 Grizzly Band5 Pan American Club 2 . . . AWBREY, JOY-Alpha Rho Tau 1,25 National Honor Society5 Columbians 2,35 Girl's Basketball Team5 Para-Medical Club 3... BAILEY, STEVE-Men of Song 15 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Hi-Y 2,3 BAKER, AL-Alpha Rho Tau5 House of Representatives 2,3. BAKER, CHARLES-Physical education .. . BALL, MIKE-Sock and Buskin 35 Table Tennis Club 2,3 . . . BALSER, DEBBIE-Library Club 2 ... BANKS, MICHAEL-ROTC: Cadet Club 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Sock and Buskin 15 FBLA 2,35 COE 3. BARNWELL, BRENDA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Bel Canto 25 COE 35 FBLA 3 BARNWELL, LINDA-FBLA 35 COE 35 Library assistant 2 BASHAM, CATHY- German Club-president 25 Student CounciI5 Columbians 2,35 Pep Club-president 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Tennis Team 2,35 National Honor Society5 Girl's State 35 Basketball maid 3 BASHAM, SARAH-Pep Club5 Cheerleader- head cheerleader 35 German Club 1,25 Columbians 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Basketball maid 1,25 Football Homecoming queen 35 Student Council 2,3. Parcicling clown main slreel. BASINGER, STEVE-DECA BATEMAN, KENNY-Junior Exchange, FCA, Football, "N" Club, French Club 1,2, Hi-Y 2,3, Sock and Buskin 3, Class Council 1,3 BELL, DAVID-Industrial Arts Club 1, House of Re- presentatives 1 . . . BELL, PAMELA-Pep Club 2. BERLAU, CHUCK-Junior Exchange, "N" Club, FCA, Football, German Club 2,33 Hi-Y 3, Class Council 1,3, Student Body president 3 . . . BICE, JOHN-FCA, Football, "N" Club,Track BISHOP, THEODORE-"N" Club: Foot- ball, Track, Table Tennis Club 3 ...BLAKE, KELLY-Bruin staff 2,3, Grizzly staff 2,3, Latin Club 1,2. BLOCKER, LARRY-Physical education . . . BOGAN, LISA-Pep Club 1,2, Drill Team 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Class Council 1,2,3 BOLES, NITA-Columbians 3, FBLA 3, COE 3 BOOTH, LALAND -German Club 1, "N" Club 1, House of Representatives 1,3, Track. BOSTIC, COLISA-Alpha Rho Tau 2,3, House of Representatives 3, French Club 1 . . . BOTTOMS, CAROLYN-Grizzly Band BOYDSTON, SHARON-Partners in Christ 1, Pep Club 1, Sophomore Girl's Glee Club, Bel Canto 2,3 . . . BRAY, DONALD-Physical edu- cation. BREWER, DEBORAH-Physical education BREWER, MELISSA-Library Club 1,2 . , . BROGAN, LORETTA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club, Bel Canto 2, Alpha Rho Tau 2, Mixed Chorus 3 BROWN, MICHAEL LEE- Industrial Arts Club 1: DECA 3. BROWN, PEGGY-Grizzly Band 1,2, Partners in Christ 1, House of Representatives 2 BROWN, RAYMOND-ROTC, Cadet Club 3, Staff Club 3, DECA 3 BRUN, REGGIE- DECA 3 . . . BUERGLER, KELLY-Golf Team. Senior class 173 BULGER, DEBBIE-Alpha Rho Tau 35 Pep Club 15 Para-Medical Club 35 FTA 3 BURRIS, DONNIE-Male Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3, president 3 BURT, DIANE- Girl's Basketball Team 1,25 German Club 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Columbians 2,3 BUTLER, CINDY-See page 181 BUTLER, RODNEY-FootbalI5 FCA5 "N" Club5 Industrial Arts Club 3. CALLENDER, JACK-Industrial Arts5 Hi-Y 2,3 CAMPBELL, HOWARD-Football5 FCA5 "N" Club5 Industrial Arts Club 35 House of Representatives 3 . .. CANTRELL, RHONDA-Library Club 1,2, president 2 . . . CARMACK, JIM-Hi-Y: "N" Club5 Junior Ex- change 1,25 FCA5 Football. CARMACK, JOHN-Junior Exchange5 FCA5 "N" Club5 Basketball 15 Hi-Y 2,35 Football 2,35 Sock and Buskin 35 Class Council 1 ...CAR- SON, TOMMY-"N" Club5 House of Represent- atives5 Industrial Arts Club 2,3 vice-president 35 Basketball5 FCA5 Class Council 1 . . . CAS- TILLO, ROBERT-Grizzly Band 1,25 Industrial Arts Club 2 . . . CAVENDER, SUE-Alpha Rho Tau 3. CHAFIN, LESLIE-Grizzly Band5 French Club 1,25 Band maid5 Band Council 2,3 . . . CHAMBER LAIN, ANN-Physical education . . . CHANEY, LONNIE-Table Tennis Club .. CLARK, LETHA-Physical education. CLAYTON, PAMELA-House of Represent- atives 15 DECA 3 .. . COATS, WESLEY- Junior Exchange5 Hi-Y5 Football: Track 15 "N" Club5 FCA5 Class Council 1 . . .COBB, KARIN- House of Representatives 15 German Club 25 DECA 3 COLE, LESLIE-Mixed Chorus 2,35 French Club 2,35 Class Council 1. COLLIER, JAMIE-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Alpha Rho Tau, vice-president 35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 French Club 1,25 Sock and Buskin 15 Para-Medical Club 15 Class Council 1 COLLINS, RITA-Physical education5 Basket- ball maid 3 . . . COLLYGE, JEANIE-Pep Club 1,25 German Club5 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Mixed Chorus 25 Partners in Christ 15 Grizzly Booster 35 Student CounciI5 Student body president CONGER, MIKE-Football 1,35 "N" Club 1,35 FCA 1,35 Junior Exchange 3. 22 delegates att nd States. I74 Senior class l l l CONNAUGHTON, TERESA-DECA 1 CONRADY, MARK-FCA5 Basketball 15 "N" Club: Football5 Sock and Buskin 2,35 Thespian 3 COOPER, CATHYE-DECA COOPER, KEITH-ROTC 15 Male Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3. COOPER, TONI-FBLA 2,35 ROTC sponsor 3 COPELAND, CATHANDRA lEVANSl- Sophomore Girl's Glee CIub5 Bel Canto 2 COPELAND, RAY-Fo0tball5 FCA5 German Club 15 "N" Club . . . CORE, GRADY-Para- Medical Club 35 Grizzly Band, Head drum major 3. COTTON, DOUGLAS-Alpha Rho Tau 2,3 . .. CRAIG, JIMMY-Physical education CRAIN, CATHEE-French Club 1,25 Pep Club5 Columbians 2,35 House of Representatives 25 Drill Team 25 Student Council 35 Cheerleader 35 Sock and Buskin 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Football maid 35 National Honor Society5 Grizzly staff5 Class Council 1,2 ...CRANK, ROBIN-Pep Club 1,25 Sock and Buskin 15 Class Council 1,2,35 Columbians 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Girl's State 35 House of Represent- atives. CRAVENS, MARTHA-French Club 1,25 Class Council 1,2,3'senior class vice-president5 National Honor Society 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Girl's State 3 . . .CRETNICK, LUCY-Pep Club 15 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Girl's State 3 CRIGGER, EDDY- Grizzly Band5 Partners in Christ 1 ...CRISP, SALLY-Pep Club 1,25 German CIub5 Student Councll5 Columbians 2,35 Mixed Chorus 25 , Sophomore Girl's Glee Club. -if Y 5 X"'35'5 umusxs , mia S tits? Delegates to Boy's and Girl's States-Front row: Pam Elkins, Martha Cravens, Kelsey McEwen, Robin Crank, Cathy Basham, Lucia Hawkins, Lucy Cretnik. Middle row: Cal Pearce, Mark Silvers, Gordon Floyd, Richard Gordon, Wesley Kaundart, Mike Hudson, Larry Edwards, Phillip Dieckmann. Back row: David Rackley, Carl Wikstrom, Grady Core, Steve Dyer, Dale Sines, Kelly Miller, Darrell Durbrow. Senior class 175 Qi---' I ,Vx ff' ffsf CROSS, GREG-Industrial Arts Club CROUCH, CATHY-House of Representatives 25 Alpha Rho Tau-president 35 FTA 35 Bruin staff 35 Inter Club Council 3 CROUSE, JULIE-Bruin staff 35 Class Council 3 CRUCE, NIARTIN-Grizzly Band5 Key Club 2,35 Industrial Arts Club, CUSICK, NANCY-Sophomore GirI's Glee Club5 Mixed Chorus 2,3 . . . DALTON, PAULA-Library Club ... DAVIDSON, NANCY-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Bel Can- T0 22DOr1 Quijote Club 15 Alpha Rho Tau 3 . . . DAVIS, GARY-Sock and Buskin5 Thespians 2,35 German Club 2,35 Hi-Y-vice-president 2, president 35 House of Representatives 1, DAVIS, JANET-Sophomore Girl's Glee CIub5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Para-Medical Club 15 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Girl's Ensemble 35 Grizzly staff 1,25 Grizzly editor 35 German Club 2,35 House of Representatives 35 Class Council 1,2 DENHAM, ROBERT-Male Chorus5 Chess Club 2,3 DENTON, CAROLYN-House of Re- presentatives 15 Don Czuiiote Club 25 Grizzly band 25 DECA 35 FBLA 3 DEPRIEST, CAROLYN-Sock and Buskin 3. DIAMOND, SANDY-Sophomore Girl's Glee CIub5 Pep Club5 Drill Team 25 Cheerleader 35 Sock and Buskin 1,25 Columbians 2,35 Mixed Chorus 25 Class Council 1,25 Student Council 35 Bruin staff 3 DICKENS, TERESA-Pep Club 1,25 Bel Canto 25 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Sock and Buskin 1,25 French Club 15 FBLA 35 COE 3 ... DICKERSON, DEBORAHAPep Club 15 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 NCBS 2,35 DECA 35 Girl's Basket- ball Team 1 DIECKMANN, PHILLIP- ROTC5 Don Ouijote Club 3: Cadet Club 3. .J f I 2 -psy C L ,- 5, , , -N-fs,1,?s-N. , 4 -I ' - .. W , , Af ' ,wget , -f wa M. . wi 11 ' .-155113 5""Ci . 11" - 'i- . ,,:ti'7,f f 21, 176 Senior class DILLON, MICKEY-DECA DINSNIORE, CHERIE4Physical education DOLLENS, ELIZABETH-Alpha Rho Tau 25 FTA 3 DOOLY, LINDA-Grizzly Band5 Band maid5 Band Council 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 25 German Club 1,2. DOUGLAS, GIFFORD-Grizzly Band 2,35 Band Council 35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 French Club 2,35 IVlu Alpha Theta 25 House of Repre- sentatives 3 . , . DOUGLAS, MARK-Hi-Y 2,35 DECA 2,3 , . . DOVILLE, PAULA-Alpha Rho Tau 2,3 . . . DUNN, RANDY-DECA 25 Grizzly Band 1,3. DUPLANTIS, GARRIE-ROTC DURBIN, DIANA-DECA DURBROW, DARRELL- Key Club 35 Grizzly Band 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society5 National Honor Society5 Don Ouijote Club-president 35 House of Representa- tives 35 Para-Medical Club 35 Partners in Christ 1,25 Boy's State5 Class Council 25 Student Council 3 . . . DURHAM, ROBIN-Pep Club 25 DECA 35 House of Representatives 3. DYER, STEVE-Football 1,25 "N" Club 1,25 FCA 1,25 Table Tennis Club 25 Latin Club 1 ,25 Hi-Y 35 Chess Club 2 EDWARDS, LARRY-Grizzly Band 1,25 Boy's State 35 Partners in Christ 1,25 German Club 2,3 ELKINS, PAM-Class Council 1,25 Student Council 35' Pep Clubg Cheerleader 2,35 Girl's Stateg Football maid 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club ELKINS, TIM-ROTC. ENGEL, DEBIfGeneral program ENG- LAND, JODlE-Class Council 1,2,35 Pep Club 15 German Club5 Columbians 2,3 . . . ENOCH, BEVER LY-Physical education . . . ESTEP, PAMELA-Pep Club 25 DECA 3. EVANS, IVIIKE-Grizzly Band 1,25 FBLA 25 DECA 35 Partners in Christ 1 EWING, BARBARA-Physical education .. . FALLIN, TOMMY-DECA 3 FARMER, BRENDA- FBLA 2. Snow causes icy holiday. l Senior class 177 FARRAR, BEVERLY-FBLA 2 FIELDS, KATHY-Mixed Chorus 2,35 Partners in Christ 35 Columbians 2,35 German Club5French Club 1,25 Class Council 1,25 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club . . . FINNEY, KATHY-Pep Club 15 Alpha Rho Tau 25 Sock and Buskin 3 FINNIE, DAVID-DECA 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 3. FLAKE, CLARA-Girl's Basketball Team 15 DECA 3. . . FLOCKS, CARL-"N" Club5 FCA5 Track5 Football5 Don Ouijote Club ... FLOCKS, SAMMY-Football 1,25 "N" Club 25 FCA 1,2 , . . FLOYD, GORDON-Class Council 15 National Honor Society5 Student Council 25 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Bruin staff5 Boy's State5 Junior Exchange 3 ... FLOYD, JANET-See page 192. FOSTER, JANE-Sophomore GirI's Glee Club5 Bel Canto 2 . .. FRANCIS, LA DONNA-Library Club 1,25 House of Repre- sentatives 2,35 FBLA 35 FTA 3. . ,FREEMAN, MARILYN-NCBS ... FRENCH, SCOTT- DECA 35 "N" Club 1,25 Basketball 1,25 German Club 1,2. FURLOW, RAMONA-Pep Club 1,25 Sopho- more Girl's Glee Club5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Para-Medical Club 35 House of Representatives 3 GALLAHER, JAMES-Grizzly Band5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Men of Song 2,35 Band Council 35 Key Club 2-president 3 . . . GALLO- WAY, KAREN-Pep Club 1,25 House of Repre- sentatives 25 French Club5 Drill Team 2,35 Class Council 1,3 ... GARCIA, DEBBIE- Sophomore GirI's Glee Club5 Bel Canto 2. GARNER, MARY-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 DECA 3 GARNER, STEVE-"N" Club 1,25 FCA 1,25 Football 1,2 ...GEAN, ELLEN-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 French Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 35 House of Representatives 3 GETZ, DEBBIE-Physical education, GIST, STEVE-German Club 1,25 "N" Club5 Footballp Class Council 35 Sock and Buskin 35 Hi-Y5 FCA GOFORTH, DIANE-Physical education ... GOOCH, PATSY-FBLA 35 COE 3 . . . GORDON, AMELIA-Grizzly Band5 Latin Club 35 Band Council 2. lt's great to be a Grizzly! 178 Senior class GORDON, RICHARD-Table Tennis 2,35 Chess Club 2,35 lVIu Alpha Theta 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 lVlen of Song 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Bruin Singers 3 GRACE, JIMMIE- Para-Nledical Club 2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Bruin staff 25 Columbians 2,35 House of Representatives 25 Class Council 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 35 French Club 2 ... GRANT, JOHN-DECA ... GRAPER, GAYLE-FBLA 3. GRAY, CINDY-Library Club 1,25 DECA 35 FBLA 3 GREENLEE, DEBBIE-Sock and Buskin 2,3 GREER, NIARI-Para-Medical Club 2,35 FBLA 25 FTA 35 Alpha Rho Tau 3 GRIFFITH, CHERYL-Sophomore GirI's Glee Club5 French Club 15 House of Repre- sentatives 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3. GUNSELIVIAN, GARY-Grizzly Band 2,35 Hi-Y 2,3 GUNSELMAN, RAY-Grizzly Band5 Partners in Christ 15 Para-Medical Club 2,35 Hi-Y ...HACHTMEYER, PEGGY-Alpha Rho Tau5 Bel Canto 2,35 Chess Club 25 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club ... HALL, BRENDA-Pep Club 15 German Club5 House of Representatives 15 Sock and Buskin 15 Alpha Rho Tau 25 FTA 2,3. HALL, JANICE-Grizzly Band5 Sock and Bus- kin 3 . . . HARDEE,GENE-Industrial Arts . .. HARDWICK, MICHAEL-NCBS HARRIS, BOBBY-Football: FCA: "N" Club. V1 1 1 180 Senior class sf HARRIS, ROSE-Physical education ... HARVEY, TONI-Sophomore Girl's Glee Clubg Class Council 25 Pep Club 1,25 Drill Team 35 Bel Canto 25 FTA 35 Sock and Buskin 35 House of Representatives 15 French Club 1 HAR- WOOD, BARRY-Industrial Arts Clubg Golf Teamg Football 1 ...HATFIELD, VALERIE- ROTC Sponsor 2,35 Cadet Club 2,35 FBLA 3. HATTABAUGH, GINA-ROTC Sponsor 15 Pep Club 15 House of Representatives 1 ... HAW- KINS, LUCIA-Student Council 1,25 Class Council 35 German Club5 lVIu Alpha Theta 25 Columbians 2,35 Pep Club 1,25 National Honor Society5 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Grizzly staff 2,35 Football maid 15 Girl's State 3 HAYS, BECKY-Class Council 1,2,35 Sock and Buskin5 Thespians 2,35 Para-Medical Club5 Pep Club- senior leader5 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club, House of Representatives 25 Columbians 2,3 . .. HELTON, SHIRLEY-House of Repre- sentatives 2,3. HENSON, JANEY-German Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Columbians 25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Partners in Christ 1,25Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Class Council 1,35 Student Council 2 . . . HEWITT, ONNIE-"N" Club5 Don Ouijote Club 25 Foot- ball ... HINDS, MARCIA-Sock and Buskin 2,35 French Club 15 Band Queen: Grizzly Band5 Band Council 3 ... HINKLE, WANDA-Pep Club: NCBS 2,35 l-louse of Representatives 1. HOBBS, DANNY-DECA 35 Football 25 "N" Club 25 FCA 25 Alpha Rho Tau 3 ...HOFF- MAN, TED-General program HOGUE, CHRISTINE-Pep Club 15 NCBS 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club. HOGUE, WILMA. BUTLER, CINDY-Alpha Rho Tau 3 ... HONEY, TERESA-General program ... HOP- KINS, PATRICK-Men of Song5 Mixed Chorus 2,3 . . . HOPWOOD, LESTER-DECA 3. HORNOR, PAM-FBLA 2,35 Para-Medical Club 15 House of Representatives 15 COE 3 HOUSTON, JOAN-Library Club 15 Sock and Buskin5 Bruin staff 2,35Thespians 3. . . HOWE, MARGIE-Class Council 2,35 Junior class vice- president5 Student Council 15 German Club5 Quill and Scroll 2,35 National Honor Society 1,2,35 Grizzly staff 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Pep Club 1,2 HUBBARD, RONALD-NCBS 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 3. HUDSON, MIKE-Student Council 15 German Club5 Partners in Christ 15 Junior class- president5 Class Council 2 HUMBLE, JULIA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club, Bel Canto 25 Para-Medical Club 2,3 HUSE, MARY- Chi Lambda 3 HUTCHISON, KAREN- Alpha Rho Tau 35 NCBS 35 Pep Club 3. HYDE, JEANNE-German Club 1,25 FTA 25 DECA 3 INMAN, RANDALL-Physical education JACKSON, GORDON-ROTC ...JACOBS, JANICE-NCBS 3. JEFFCOAT, STEVE-Vocational printing JENNINGS, JIM-Class Council 2,35 Hi-Y 35 German Club 2,35 House of Representatives 25 Alpha Rho Tau 3 ...JENSEN, LEONARD- ROTC ... JOHNSON, LINDA-Columbians 3. JOHNSTON, JANET-Grizzly Bandp Library Club 15 Don Ouijote Club 2 JONES, BEN-ROTC5 DECA 3 . . . JONES, CHERYL- Latin Club 1,25 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 25 Girl's Ensemble 25 Mixed Ensemble 25 House of Representatives 3 JONES, DAVID-Grizzly Bandp Mixed Chorus 35 Table Tennis Club 3. All iclewalk lead to NH . Senior class 181 JONES, DONNA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Bel Canto 2,35 House of Representatives 25 Alpha Rho Tau 2,35 Columbians 3 . . .JONES, GREGORY-ROTC5 Cadet Club 2 . . . JONES, LINDA-Class Council 2,35 Pep Club 25 House of Representatives 2 ,, . JONES, PAIVIELA- ROTC Sponsor 25 Cadet Club 25 Vocational printing 3. JONES, TERESA-Teacher's assistant . . .JOR- DAN, JIMMY-ROTC5 Cadet Club 35 DECA .. JUDKINS, THOMAS-Industrial Arts Club .. KARRANT, BEKA-Sock and Buskin 1,35 Alpha Rho Tau5 Partners in Christ 2. KAUFNIAN, CATHY-Pep Club 1,21 KAUNDART, WESLEY-"N" CIub5 FCA5 Basketball5 Bruin staff 2,35 German Club 15 Class Council 1,2,35 Key Club 2 KECK, NANCY-Grizzly Band 15 Don Ouijote Club... KESNER, ROSEMARY-Pep Club5 Cheerleader 2,35 German Club5 Student Council5 Columbians 2,35 Football maid 25 Basketball 35 Bruin staff 3. KINDLE, GWENDOLYN-Sophomore GirI's Glee Club5 COE .,. KING, JIM-Physical edu- cation KIRK, CAROL-Bruin staff 1,25 Class Council 25 FBLA 2 . .. KIRKPATRICK, LYNN-German Club5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Columbians 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Class Council 1,2,3.' KNOTTS, ROY-ROTC 15 DECA 3 . . . KRA- LICEK, DAVID-DECA 3 ... KUTAIT, RALPH-"N" Club5 FCA5 Track5 Latin Club 25 Sock and Buskin 35 Boy's State 3 LANE, DEBBIE-National Honor Society 2,35 Columbians 2,35 FBLA 35 COE-president 35 Pep Club 35 Sock and Buskin 1,25 Grizzly Band 1,25 Band Council 25 Class Council 2,3. LANGHAM, BRUCE-lVlen of Song5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 German Club 1,25 All-state Choirg Industrial Arts Club 1,3 LA SALLA, DEBORAH-General program . . . LAVALLEE, TERRY LYNN-COE 35 FBLA 3 LAW- SON, PATRICIA lPOWE RSI-DECA. Band + yell 2 Go, Bears!!! 182 Senior class LEDBETTER, PEGGY-Grizzly Band 1,2, FBLA 2,3 LEE, RHONDA-Class Council 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2, German Club House of Representatives 1, Drill Team Captain 3 LILLY, LYNN-House of Representatives 2 . . . LINSON, LARRY-FCA, "N" Club, Football, Tennis Team 2,3. LITTLE, DARRELL-Hi-Y 2,3 LITTLE- TON, ROD-ROTC .., LOBDILL, SHERRIE-Pep Club 1,2, Para-Medical Club 2, Bel Canto 2 LOCKHART, KIRBY-"N" Club, Junior Exchange, National Honor Society 2,3, French National Honor Society 2,3, Bel Canto, FCA, Class Council 1,2, Hi-Y 3. LONSWAY, JOHN-Teacher's assistant . . . LOVE, CAROLYN-Bel Canto 2,3, Alpha Rho Tau 3 LYONS, ANDREW -Physical edu- cation . . . MAHANEY, KARILYN-DECA. MARSHALL, JERRY-Industrial Career MARTIN, BOBBY-Industrial Arts Club 1,2, Hi-Y 2,3 MARTIN, WENDELL-Mixed Chorus 3, Hi-Y, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Latin Club 1,2 MASK, DEBBIE-Alpha Rho Tau 2, Para-Medical Club 1, Sock and Buskin 1, House of Representatives 3. Senior class 183 184 Senior class MAVBERRY, KIMBERLEY-Class Council 1,2,35 Pep 1,25 Drill Team 25 FBLA 2,35 FTA 25 COE 35 Bel Canto 2 . .. McADAMS, ROBERT-Hi-Y5 "N" Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2,35 German Clubg Men of Song 2,35 Key Club 2,3 McALLISTER, DOUG-FootbalI5 "N" Club5 FCA5 Sock and Buskin5 Thespians 35 Grizzly staff 2,35 Class Council 35 Junior Exchange-president 35 l-li-Y McBRIDE, KIM-Mixed Chorus 2,35 Class Council 3. McCABE, LINDA-Grizzly Band 1,2 Mc- CAIN, BILL-Junior Exchange 2,35 "N" Clubg FCA5 Football MCCARTT, MARY KATH- LEEN-Latin Club 1,25 Alpha Rho Tau 15 Mu Alpha Theta 1,35 Columbians 35 National Honor Society 2,3 McDONALD, BILL- lndustrial Arts Club. McDONALD, RUBY-Office assistant . . .Mc- EWEN, KELSEY-GirI's State 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Columbians 2,35 French Club-president 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Class Council 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Bel Canto 2 ...McGlLL, PAT-Pep Club 1,23 NCBS 35 Drill Team 25 Football maid 3... McKENZIE, KENNETH-Sock and Buskin1,25 Hi-Y 25 Thespians 1,2. McKINNEY, DAVID-Mu Alpha Theta 35 National Honor Society 2,35 FCA-president 35 "N" Club5 Basketball5 Grizzly Band Mc- KINNEY, STEVE-Chess Club 15 DECA 3 McKINZIE, CINDI-Grizzly Band5 Band maid 35 Partners in Christ 1,3 . . . MEADOR, DON- Class Council 15 "N" CIub5 FCA5 Basketball. MEEK, SARAH-Class Council 1,2,35 German CIub5 Pep Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club MELTON, SANDRA- ROTC Sponsor 3 ... MIDDLETON, ARTHUR-Male Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Mixed Ensemble 2,35 Men of Song 2,35 Bruin Singers 2,35 House of Representatives 3 MIDDLETON, STEVE-Sophomore class presi- dent5 Class Council 1,25 "N" Club5 FCA: Football5 Hi-Y 3. MILLER, CEBORN-ROTC5 ROTC Drill Team5 Rifle Team 1,25 Cadet Club 3 MILLER, KELLY-FTA-president 35 German Club 25 Alpha Rho Tau 35 Junior Exchange 35 Fairview aide 2,35 Class Council 2 MILLER, MICKEY-Sock and Buskin 25 House of Repre- sentatives 35 DECA 3 MIZE, REBA- Para-Medical Club 1,25 Alpha Rho Tau 1,25 Grizzly staff 35 Bruin staff 2. MOON, LAVERNA-Bel Canto 25 House of Representatives 25 FBLA 3 MOON, LA- VONNA-Bel Canto 25 FBLA 3 MOORE, FRITZIE-Fairview aide 2 ...MOSES, RITA- general program. MOURTON, BEVERLY-Sock and Buskin 15 Bel Canto 25 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 DECA 3 . . . MUDGET, VICKY-Fairview aide 2,35 Bruin staff 2 NAPIER, ELIZABETH ANN-National Honor Society5 Don Ouijote Club 1,25 FBLA 35 FTA 25 Library assistant 1 ... NAUCKE, NANCY-Student Council5 Ger- man Club 1,25 Pep Club-junior leader5 cheer- leader 35 Columbians 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Basketball maid 2. NEFF, STEVE-House of Representatives 15 Hi-Y 35 Sock and Buskin 3 NEWTON, DEBBIE-House of Representatives 1,25 FBLA 35 COE 3 ... NICHOLS, BILLY-Cooperative Career Education ... NICODEMUS, RONALD-Tennis Team 25 DECA 35 FCA 1,2. NIXON, RICHARD-Grizzly Band5 Leo Club 25 Band Council 3 OLIVER, PAUL-German Club 1,25 Para-Medical Club 15 Golf Team5 Hi-Y 35 Key Club 3 O'NEAL, ALAN-Physical education .. . ORGAN, SHEILA-Class Council 1,2,35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Pep Club 15 Columbians 2,35 German Club 2,35 Bruin staff 3. Out landing seniors recognized OSTERHOUT, WILLIAM-Cooperative Career Education OWEN, RANDALL-Male Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3 PARISH, HAROLD-"N" Club5 Football5 Track PATTERSON, GLENDA-Physical education. PATTON, LOIS-Don Ouijote Club 2,35 Sock and Buskin 3 . .. PEARCE, CAL-Grizzly Band5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Class Council 35Table Tennis Club 2,35 French Club 2,3 . . .PETERS, DILLON-Hi-Y 25 DECA 3 . . . PETERSON, DON-Hi-Y 2. PETWAY, GLENDA-Alpha Rho Tau 15 French Club 15 Partners in Christ 25 Grizzly Band 1,25 Bel Canto 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Girl's Ensemble 3 . . . PHILLIPS, JAMES-NCBS 2,3: Table Tennis Club 35 House of Representatives 3 .. . PITTMAN, DANNY-Physical education . . . PITTMAN, DONNA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Bel Canto 25 DECA 3. POOLE, DENIETRIUS ANN-Girl's Basketball Team5 NCBS5 House of Representatives PORTER, ELAINE-Bel Canto 25 Girl's Basket- ball Team 3 POSEY, REGINA-Pep Club 1,25 German Club 2,35 Alpha Rho Tau 35 Bruin staff 2,35 Class Council 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club POST, LYNNE-Pep Club 1,25 House of Representatives. POTTS, LYNETTE-German Club: PSP Club 12 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Student Council 1,25 Columbians 35 Class Council 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club ...POWELL, PAlVl-Pep Club5 Drill Team 2,35 House of Representatives 15 Sock and Busking Thespians 35 Bel Canto 22 Class Council 3 RACKLEY, DAVID- German Club 1,25 Chess Club 15 ROTC: Cadet Club 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 Partners in Christ 15 National Honor Society 2,3 RAMSEY, JANE-COE 35 FBLA 35 Library Club 2. RANSOM, RONNIE-FBLA 25 Partners in Christ 15 Grizzly Band5 Don Quijote Club 1 ... REED, BILLY-Grizzly Band5 Leo Club 25 Hi-Y 35 Band Council 3 REESE, JAMES-lVlale Chorus 15 Men of Song5 Chess Club 2,35 Partners in Christ-president 35 German Club 25 Bruin Singers 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3 RE- VELLE, DARYL-Industrial Arts Club, "N" Club5 FCA5 Football 1,35 Basketball5 Track. I I I Greater Grizzlies 73! 186 Senior class REYNOLDS, SUSIE-Grizzly Band 15 Bruin staff 25 FBLA 3 RIGGS, JO LYNN-FTA 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Grizzly staff 25 Bruin staff 2,35 House of Representatives 2 ROBBINS, ROY-Office assistant ROBERTS, MARYfNCBS 2,35 Sock and Buskin 3. ROBERTSON, lCARLl RICKEY-Hi-Y 35 Leo Club 25 Grizzly Band5 Sock and Buskin 2 ROBERTSON, DIANE-Pep Club 1,25 COE 35 FBLA 35 House of Representatives 3 . .. ROBINSON, KATHY-Physical education ROBINSON, KEVIN-National Honor Society 2,3. RODEBUSH, SHARON-Physical education . . . ROGERS, CLARENCE-Vocational Printirigp NCBS 2,3 . . . ROSE, CHARLES- Physical education ROSE, DAVID- Football 'I5 Track 1,25 "N" Club 1,25 DECA 3. RUPE, KARIN-Grizzly Band . . . RUTLEDGE, CHERYL-French Club 1,25 Girl's Basketball Team 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Class Council 3 RYAN, CATHIE-Para-Medical Club-vice-president 35 Pep Club 1,2 SALLEY, JOYE-General Program. gn-. gx V355-11 NI. Q, Senior class 187 is t5 rf X if I I Qs 188 Senior class SAMS, CONNIE-Class Council 1,2,35 Pep Club 15 German Clubevice-president 25 Bruin staff 2 ...SANGSTER, LINDA JOYCE-Physical edu- cation . . .SANGSTER, LINDA RUTH-French Club 15 Bel Canto 25 Class Council 35 COE 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club ... SASS, TERRY-Peb Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Class Council 1,25 Student Council 35 Student body vice-president 35 German Club5 Colurnbians 2,35 National Honor Society5 Mu Alpha Theta 2. SCHLUTERMAN, CINDY-General program SCHMUTZ, RAYMOND-DECA 2,3 SCHULER, PHILLIP-ROTC5 Cadet Club 2,35 Color Guard 1 SHANKLE, CURTIS- Grizzly Band 15 Partners in Christ 1,25 Industrial Arts Club 15 Key Club 35 lVlu Alpha Theta 3. SHARUM, LAURA-Pep Club 25 Para-Medical Club 25 Don Ouiiote Club 2 SHAVER, GAYLE-Grizzly Band5 Band maid5 Band Council5 Alpha Rho Tau 15 German Club 15 Class Council 2,35 Columbians SHORES, GERALD-General program SILVERS, MARK-ROTC5 Drill Team5 Cadet Club 35 Rifle Team5 Mu Alpha Theta 15 Boy's State5 Sock and Buskin 1. SIMMONS, DEBBIE-Para-Medical CIub5 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Pep Club 25 Partners in Christ 35 House of Representatives SIMS, BARBARAAClass Council 1,25 French Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Colurnbians 2,35 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club SINES, DALE-ROTC 15 Don Ouijote Club 1,25 I-li-Y 35 Key Club 35 IVIale Chorus 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Boy's State 3 . . .SIPE,JEANIE-Class Council 1,25 Mixed Chorus 25 German Club 25 Alpha Rho Tau 25 Pep Club 1. SIVAGE, PATRICIA-Physical education SMITH, BARBARA-Pep Club 1,25 Library Club 15 House of Representatives 15 Para- Medical Club 2,35 Class Council 2,35 Columbians 35 Bruin staff 2 SMITH, GINA-National Honor Society 2,35 Para- Medical Club 25 Mu Alpha Theta 35 FBLA 35 Partners in Christ 3 SMITH, JEAN-Pep Club 15 NCBS 2,35 Columbians 3. SMITH, MARTHA-German Club 1,21 FTA 25 FBLA-vice-president 35 Bel Canto 25 COE 3 . .. SMITH, ROBERT-Junior Exchange5 Student C0uncil5 Hi-Y 35 Football 1 SPAHN, DICKIE-General program SPARKS, MARILEE-Pep Club 15 French Club 15 Bel Canto 2,35 FBLA 35 Partners in Christ 2,3. SPEARS, MARK-Hi-Y 35 Junior Exchange 25 House of Representatives 35 Bruin staff 2,3 . SPEARS, MELISSA-Para-Medical Club 1,25 Sock and Buskin 2 ... SPELLINS, LOUELLA-House of Representatives 25 Library Club 3 SPRADLIN, KAREN- General program, STEPHENS, BOBBY-ROTC5 Cadet Club 35 Grizzly staff 35 Radio editor 3 . . . STEVENS, CHERYL-COE 35 House of Representatives 2,35 FBLA 35 Sock and Buskin 1 STEWART, VICKI-House of Representatives 15 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club STUTZ, DEBBIE-Pep Club 15 House of Representatives 25 Girl's Basketball Team 1. SUGG, PHYLLIS-DECA . . . SULLIVAN, GEORGE-Leo Club 25 Partners in Christ 15 Grizzly Band5 Don Quiiote Club 1 SUTTLES, DONNA-Physical education TAYLOR, VALERIE-NCBS5 House of Repre- sentatives 25 Pep Club 1,2. TEAGUE, RANDY-ROTC 1,25 Don Quijote Club 25 Hi-Y 35 Key Club 3 TER- WILLIGER, NANCY-Pep Club 1,25 Bel Canto 25 Class Council 2,35 French Club 1,2 THOMPSON, CHARLOTTE-Para-Medical Club5 Library Club 15 Partners in Christ 3 . .. THOMPSON, TONI-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 German Club 25 Para-Medical Club 3. Senior's 'work' is never clone. Senior class 189 190 Senior clas TIDWELL, TONY-DECA 35 Vocational Printing 2 TINKSHELL, DEBORAH -Mixed Chorus 2,35 House of Representatives 2 TORAN, DEBORAH-Mixed Chorus 2,35 House of Representatives 2 TOWNLEY, JUDY-Pep Club5 Cheerleader 2,35 Football maid 1,2,35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Sophomore council vice-president5 German CIub5 Columbians 2,35 Class Council 25 Student Council 35 National Honor Society 2,3. TREADWAY, KENNETH-General program ... TRIPLETT, CAROLYN-COE 35 FBLA 35 Basketball maid 3 . . . TRIPLETT, DELORES -NCBS 2,35 Pep Club5 Sock and Buskin 3 . .. TURNER, BUDDY-Physical education. UPCHURCH, GREG-German Club UZMAN, BETTY-Bruin staff 25 French Club 2,35 French National Honor Society 2,35 Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 2,35 Chess Club 35 lVlu Alpha Theta 3 VILLINES, LENA -Partners in Christ. . . VINES, GINA-Student Council5 Pep Club 1,25 Partners in Christ 1,25 Columbians 2,35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club. VINES, NITA-Pep Club 15 Partners in Christ 1,25 Student Council 2,35 Columbians-president 3 WAGLEY, PAULA-French Club 15 Bel Canto 2,35 Partners in Christ 35 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club . . . WANSLOW, LESLIE-Pep Club 1,25 Sock and Buskin 25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Class Council 25 Columbians 2 . ., WARMACK, ANN-Class Council 1,2,35 Bruin staff5 Bruin editor 35 Latin Club 1,25 National Honor Society5 House of Representatives 1,25 Para-Medical Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 lVlu Alpha Theta 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Columbians 2,35 Tennis team 2,3. WASSON, JOE-Leo Club 1,25 Grizzly Band5 Sock and Buskin-president 35 Band Council 35 Alpha Rho Tau 35 House of Representatives 3 . . . WATSON, DONALD-NCBS 25 "N" Club 1,25 Basketball 1,25 FCA 1,2 WEAR, MIKE-Grizzly Band5 Band Council5 Leo Club 1,2 . . . WEISENFELS, PAUL- General pro- gram. Classroom o place for work'-P WENDEROTH, SALLY-Pep CIub-vice- president 35 French Club 15 House of Representatives 2,35 Sock and Buskin 25 Alpha Rho Tau 2,3 . .. WEST, GEORGE-NCBS 25 "N" Club 35 Table Tennis Club 35 FootbaII5 Track . . . WESTPHAL, DANNY-German Club 1,25 Table Tennis Club 2,3 . . . WESTWOOD, JAMES-Physical education. WHITE, KEVIN-NCBS 3 . . .WHITE, SONNY-Hi-Y 2,35 DECA 35 Industrial Arts Club . . .WHITEHEAD, T0NY4Pep Club 15 Bel Canto 2,35 Sophomore GirI's Glee Club ...WHlTFIELD, RUSSELL-Key Club 35 Industrial Arts Club5 Chess Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Male Chorus 1. WHITFORD, JANICE-Don Quijote Club WIKSTROIVI, CARL-National Honor Societyg German Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 Senior class president5 Key Club 2,35 Table Tennis Club 25 Boy's State 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3 WILBANKS, CHRISTY-German Club5 FTA 35 Quill and Scroll- president 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Grizzly staff-sports editor5 Bruin staff-associate editor . . . WILEY, JOYCE-Pep Club 15 Don Quijote Club 15 National Honor Societyg Mixed Chorus 2,35 FBLA 35 COE 35 Sophomore Girl's Glee Club. S niors win spirit plaque. 192 Senior class WILLIAMS, DONNIE-House of Representa- tives WILLIAMS, JOHN-Physical educa- tion . . . WILLIAMS, WILLARD-German Club 25 FCA 15 Table Tennis CLub 25 DECA 35 Basketball 1. WILSON, JAMES-Industrial Arts Club- president 35 Interact Club 25 Alpha Rho Tau 1 WOOD, SHELIA-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club5 Pep Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 German Club 1,25 Class Council 2 WOODS, DE LINDA-NCBS 35 DECA 3. WOOLBRIGHT, KAREN-French Clubp Columbians 2,35 House of Representatives 25 Basketball maid 25 Class Council 1,2,3 WRAY, ALAN-DECA ... WRIGHT, GWYENETTE-Pep Clubg NCBS 3. WRIGHT, LYNETTE-Physical education YARBROUGH, RICCI-Leo Club 1,25 Grizzly Band 1,25 DECA 3 YOCUM, LARRY -Hi-Y5 Leo Club 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Grizzly Band5 Band Council 2,3. YOCUM LINDA-Pep Club 15 Don Ouijote Club 25 DECA 3 . . . YOES, BECKY-Pep Club 1,25 Columbians 2,35 Class Council 1,2,35 Drill Team 2,35 German Club 2,3 . . .YOUNG, DONNA-Don Quijote Club 15 Pep Club 15 FBLA 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 COE 3. YOUNG, JOYCE-National Honor Society 2,35 Bel Canto 25 French Club-president 35 Partners in Christ 35 FTA 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 Class Council 2 .. . YOUNG, NATHALIE-Student Council 35 Pep Club 1,25 Class Council 25 Bel Canto 25 Grizzly booster 2 .. . FLOYD, JANET-General program. rd:- Lfr ' in P ,J Y uit, 4 ' u sys, 1 'ul V-H MX 1, -ri' X535 +525 xg Q "'? EMMA - 1 KES '11 . QJXNQ G0 M rn HT UNK , JW mfs, M. ., -, 1 - N w W 1 ' f .xx NNN- . NR K . -r,f ,K , vN 4 I?" if 1 7 Senior Class 193 G08 A-J I l 1 l i 9 Junior Council-Front row: Cindy Hoyle, Marcy Oualls, Lisa Lunney, Janice Vaught, Ramona Lux, Beth Foster,Janet Milam, Johnny Kell. Second row: Patti Porter, Diana Lairamore, Sandee Tucker, Carla Goodman, Mickey Allison, Vivian Dalton, Earl Zechiedrich, sponsor. Back row: Rhonda Burch, Debbie Davis, Lea Anne Floyd, John Jennings, Wade Plunkett, Paige Berry, Glenda Graves, Keith McCollom, Kevin Wear. 7 , Junior Council-Front row: Cinda Owen, Cynthia Kincannon, Sherrill Hampton, Sherrie Lawton, Telesia Broussard, Chris Martin. Second row: Carol Parish, Linda Wernick, Jody Burke, Lou Ann Brady, Brenda Smith, Donna Perry, Cheryl Overstreet. Back row: Corliss Banks, Avis Barker Nancy McGee, Karen Nowaki, Bonnie Teague, Janet Lasey, Kary Kidder. ' 194 Junior Council Sam class . . . new look. New sponsor, new year-same class, same activities. With a mixture of new and old, the class of '74 got off to a headstart in the summer of '72 with fund raising activities. Projects included a car wash, a rummage sale, a turkey raffle, another car wash and innumerable doughnut sales. Junior Council Under the leadership of Wade Plunkett, president, the council vowed to make plenty of money toward their senior prom. Other officers included Cheryl Overstreet, vice- president, Lisa Lunney, treasurer, Linda Wernick, corresponding secretary: and Cynthia Kincannon, attendance secretary. Junior Council 195 Abbott, Richard-Abner, lVlark- Adrion , David-Ahart, lVlelinda- A lbritton, Lawanda-Alewine, Gary-Allen, Vicki. Allison, lVlickey-Alston, Debbie- Anderson, Frank-Anderson, Norma-Ashworth, Richard- Archley, Alan-Augustus, Danny, Baker, Sylvia-Balch, Don-Balentine, Tina-Banks, Corliss-Bardin, Scott- Barker, Avis-Barron, Cheryl. Bartmeir, Ricky-Bassham, Steve- Belk, Ricky-Bell, Tyrus-Berdahl, Michael-Berry, Paige-Blanchard, Phyllis. Blevins, Wahkeena-Boyce, Joe- Braddy, Leslie-Bradley, Diana- Bradley, Peggye-Bradney, Shannon-Brady, Lou Ann, Q lun-"'s, 196 Junior class Bray, Robert-Brewer, Ronald- Briggs, Steve-Brisco, Rachel- Broussard, Telesia-Brown, Karen- Burch, Rhonda. B u r ke , Jody-Burns, Mary-Bye, Alayna-Calhoun, Dottie-Callahan, Miriam-Cannon, Sheree-Caplena, James. Carey, Loretta-Carter, Daisy- Carter, James-Cary, Joanne- Chabot, David-Chapman, David- Chronister, Beth, Cobb, Deborah-Cochenour, Peggy- Cockrall, Rhonda-Coddington, Kenny-Coker, Keith-Cole, Kenny- Coleman, Terry. Collins, Chuck-Copeland, Herbert- Coulson, Randy-Coulson, Richard- Cox, Carolyn-Crews, Stuart- Criswell, Kathy. Grizzly Bears like never b fore, we're th class of '74! Junior class 197 198 Junior cl BSS sl Cruce, Dan-Curlin, Sheri-Dahlem, Susan-Dalton, Vivian-Daniels, Kyle-Davis, Brenda-Davis, Deborah Leah. Davis, Don-Davis, Paul Dean-Davis, Paula Jean-Davis, Roger-Davis, Tommy-Davis, Vickie-Dawson, John iSkipperl. Deaton, Houston-Detweiler, Richard-Dieckmann, Gail-Donald, Barbara-Donovan, David-Dooly, Lane-Durham, David. Dyrhood, Marty-Eads, .Bill- Earnhart, John-Eastwood, William- Ellis, Carla-Elser, Tom-Emmons, David. England, Laurie-Evans, Lagusta- Evarts, Frank- Ewing, Sharon- Ewing, Stan-Fairfield, Dee Ann- Ferrier, Laura. Fiddelke, Debbie-Finn, John- F latte, John-F Ioyd, Lea Anne-Foster, Benny-Foster, Beth- Francis, Geraldine. Franks, Nancy-Frederiksen, Jerry- Fuchs, John-Gabbard, Brenda- Gaines, Brian-Galloway, Dave- Gardner, Danny. Garrett, Tim-Gaunt, Roger-Gibbs, Jackie-Gibson, Rickey-Gillin, Kim-Ginger, Donnie-Golden, Ramona. Goodman, Carla-Goodman, Robin- Goodson, David-Gordon, Denise-Graham, Greg-Graper, Judy-Graves, Glenda. Grayston, Gary-Green, Leatha- Green, Nancy-Griffith, Rochelle-Grissom, Vonetta- Gwaltney, Sandy-Hacker, David. Junior power is Bear power ZZE31i'W'.1!ThEBi4x"5 XSS EHS? 200 Junior class Hager, Sheila-Hall, Renee- Halverson, David-Hamilton, Betty- Hampton, Sherrill-Hardwick, Sandra-Hargis, Terissa. Harris, Pat-Harris, Stephen-Hausler, Tina-Heim, Steve-Hesson, Vickey- Hickey, Ray-Hicks, Judy. Hicks, Kathy-Holcomb, Susan- Holland, IVIarty-Hopwood, Rozan- Horne, Janice-Houston, Richard- Howard, Bobby. Howard, Loretta-Hoyle, Cindy- Hubbard, Valyce-Huffman, Dennis-Hughes, Janice-Hunt, Phillip-Hunter,Joyce. Hunter, Sherry-Hutchcraft, Charles-Ingram, Cynthia-lnmam, Bryon-Inman, Cindy-Ising, Christy-James, Jerome. Snow brings serenity to campu - ci little while. James, Olean-Jennings, John- Jensen, Brenda-Johnson, Nancy- Johnson, Sylvia-Jones, Debbie- Jones, Eugene. Jones, James-Jones, Patricia-Jones, Stephen A,-Jones, Steve D,-Jurney, Josephine-Kaundart, Wyatt-Kell Johnny, Kidder, Kary-Kimberling, Sharon- Kincannon, Cynthia-Kleinschmidt, Ann-Knight, Clyde-Koop, Oteka- Kymer, Ricky. Labahn, Sheri-Lairamore, Diana Lamon, Bill-Lancaster, Scheral Lasey, Janet-Lasiter, David Lawson, Sherree. L awton, Sherrie-Lefevre, Peter Lile, Eddie-Logan, Teri-Longoria, Sylvia-Looney, Robert-Lopez, Connie Junior class 201 L:-, Lo u m , Larry-Lowder, Sandra- Lowther, Peter-Lunney, Lisa-Lux Jane-Lux, Ramona-Mabry, Jean nette, Macy, Mark-Mahoney, Tim- Mallard, Larry-Manager, Michael- Manning, Regina-Mantooth, Jim- Marrs, Mike. Marsh, Bennie-Martin, Charlotte- Martin, Chris-Martin, David-Martin Kevi n-Martin, Kirk-Martin Tommy. Massey, Wanda-Masterson, Nathan- Matthews, Brenda-Maxey, Susan- May, Margaret-Mayfield, Dan- McCartt, Carol. McCarviIIe, Bonnie-McCoIIom Keith-McCorkIe, Mike-McCoy John-McCray, Suzanne-McDade Lynn-McDaniel, Joe. 202 Junior class 1 McDonald, Susan-lVIcDonald, Tom- NlcGee, Nancy-lVIcMurtery, Henry- Nledarac, Joe-Medley, Sharon- Nleeks, Steven, lvleimerstorf, Mickey-Milam, Janet- Miller, John-Nlillican, Brenda-Nlills, Terri-Nlingo, Ora Lee-Minor, Dawn. IVlitzel, FK obert-Moffett, Gaye- Ivlontgomery, Sharon-Moore Gary-Moore, James-Moore Vanessa-IVIorgan,Bill. Morris, Butch-Moss, Patti-IVI ullins Ray-lvlusset, Kobi-Neal, Bertha! Nelson, Bill-Newman, Lou Anne. Nichols, Nlarquita-Nigh, Betsy- Nowaki, Karen-O'Kelly, Renita- Oliver, Carla-Oliver, Kevin-Orme, Danny, Juniors boost Bears oi home and abroad. Jumor class 203 204 Junior class Outley, Teena-O verstreet, Cheryl- Owen, Cinda-Parish, Carol-Parks Dana-Pate, Cindy-Pence, Cindy. Berry, Donna-Perry, Laura-Peters Susan-Pettvvay, Sheila-Plunkett Wade-Pierce, Daniel-Poole Deborah, Porter, Patti-Pouiand, Farley- Powers, Caryn-Presfon, Shirley- Price, Scott-Prizina, Trudy-Pugh, David. f , ' Pulse, Terry-Qualls, Marcy-Fiailey, Martha-Rasberry, Robin-Ray, Micheal-Raybon, John-Rayburn, Tony, Reeves, Linda-Register, Gary Eugene-Register, Lee-Releford, Nlyra-Richardson, Paula-Riggs, Lloyd-Robbins, Barbara. Roberts, Linda-Robertson, Tammie-Robinson, David- Fiodebush, Donald-Rogers, Frankie-Rogers, Glenda. Roper, Larry-Ruff, Debra Ann- Rush, Terrie-Ryan, Hairarice- Sanders, Cathy-Sanders, Lester- Satterfield, Lou Jean. Savage, Valerie-Scott, David Fi.- Seamans, Carla-Sebastian, Nancy- Sellers, Kelly-Sharp, Debi- Shepherd, Scarlett, Sims, Mike-Skaggs, Linda-Smets, Mike-Smith, Alan-Smith, Brenda- Smith, Celice-Smith, Charles. Smith Hal-Smith James-Smith Sheila-Sneed, Michelle-spaunhursff Eddie-Speaker, Susan-Speaks Larry. 1 Speer, Craig-Spoon, Allen-Spradlin John-Stair, Patrick-Staton Suzanne-Steelman, Bill-Stevens Pam. 1 1 1 Day b gin on front ccimpu . 5 205 Stewart, Donald-Stillwell, Donny- Stone, Sheila-Storrs, Delora- Straham, Clarence-Stringer, Drucilla -Taylor, Jerry. Teague, Bonnie-Thomas, Elaine- Thomas, H arvey-Thompson, Brenda-Thompson, Stephanie-Tid- will, Sandra-Titsworth, Debbie. Tookey, Karen-Tucker,Flalph- Tucker, Sandee-Turner, David- Vanzant, Ricky-Vaught,Janice- Vernon, Mike. Vervack, Joe-Vincent, Tom-Ware, Tom-Warmack, George-Warner, Dick-Warner, Robin-Watson, Linda. Wear, Kevin-Weare, Robert-Weeks, Mike-Weigand, Donna-Weigand, Karen-Weindal, Janet-Welch, Windy. Welling, Ronald-Wernick, Linda- West, James-Wheeler, Lisa-White, Ginger-White, Rickey-Wilkins, Drake. Willeford, Pam-williams, Ricky- l Wilson, Diane-Wilson, Karen- Wilson, Teresa-Wimbish, Charla-Wolverton, Phyllis. l Wright, Gwen-Wright, Mitzie- Yarbrough, Angela-Young, Johnny. Th day of the ring. 206 Junior class This is the day when juniors receive their official school rings--the tie that binds them to Northside-the circlet of gold that is "a symbol for inclusion, not of exclusion," said R. Earl Farnsworth, in his introduction for the ring ceremony. lVlr. Farnsworth's speech was followed by sev- eral talks by juniors and the symbolic circle formed by the council, who received their rings first. The rings were accepted "with some seriousness, with some hopefulness, and with some happiness." Junior class 20 I Soph arrive with drive. Unite. This was the ambition of the class of '75-to banish competition and junior high ties which would keep them apart and to draw together not as Cougars, Raiders, Rangers or even an occasional Ram but as Grizzlies. Officers elected in the fall were Cindy Sophomore Council Mary O'Malley, secretary, Cindy Swofford, treasurer, and Bruce Hoffsommer, sponsor. "Grizzly Bears with spirit and drive" began their first year as Growlin' Grizzlies by uniting to build a homecoming float. Fund raising projects included the sale of candy, doughnuts and plastic yearbook covers. Weigand, Dl'eSidemi Jim Faust, vice-president: Peabody was again home of the sophs. Sophomore Council-Front row: Debbie Wolfe, Melanie East, Terry Langhorne, Vicki Price, Tim Peterson. Second row: Tanya Webb, Melissa Sharum, Patty Conley, Peggy Johns, Cathie Coon, Mandee Harper. Back row: Karen Thomas, Nanette Simmons, Lisa Sass, Greg Vorster, Mitch Bogan, Jim Faust. Sophomore Council-Front row: Bruce Hoffsornmer, sponsor, Toni Lang, Pam Harman, Ann Polock, Cheryl Davis, Cindy Weigand, Sharon Randolph, Katie Eckelhoff. Second row: Robin Westphal, Sandy Hatfield, Cindy Bohanan, Janis DePriest, Cindy Swofford, Belinda Bohanan, Kim Kelton, Back row: Sharon Fritz, Theresa Route, Sara Kocher, Mary O'Malley, Malinda Wilson, Celia Spradlin, Vicki Davis. 208 Sophomore Council ' -' .5 m ,K 4 XJ? , X 1.5 Floatmaking-iTopl Cindy Weigand, Danny Tedder, Laurie Ulrich, Jim Faust, Melanie East, Bobby Nolte. Gay Bruce, Vicki Price, Laurie Ulrich, Cindy Weigand. Malinda Wilson, Laurie Ulrich, Cindy Weigand. Sophomore Council 209 Adams, Barry-Adams, Linda- Adams, Tim-Albertson, Michael- Alexander, Jaunda-Allen, Becky- Allen, Crissy. Allen, David-Allison, Linda-Alston Jan-Amon, Rusty-Arbuckle Kathy-Archuletta, Billy-Arthur Sharon. Austin, Louis-Baker, Fran-Baker Twana-Balch, Jeanne-Bandy Larry-Barham, Debbie-Barton Wesley. Bea m, Danny-Becker, Nlarilyn- Becker, Mark-Bell, Mike-Bell Sheila-Benac, Joyce-Bender, Libby: Bennett, Kyle-Benning, Rusty- Bethune, Linda-Bieker, Joe-Bird Leslye-Block, Tim-Blackman, Alpha. Blanchard, Alan-Blasdel, Steven- Bock, Vickie-Boerner, Frederic- Bogan, Mitch-Boggs, Tim-Bohanan, Belinda. 210 Soqphomore class A place of their own. Bohanan, Cindy-Bonner, Frances- Bork, Ricky-Bostic, Colana- Boydston, Bobby-Brammer, Teresa-Brenham, Karen. Brannan, Stacy-Brannon, Marcie- Bray, Saundra-Brewer, Cynthia- Brewer, Michael-Brown, Gary- Brown, Kristi. N 4 1 1 Sophomore class 211 This is Grizzly country f 4' 4? I v 1 212 Sophomore class Brown, Rick-Brown, Russell-Bruce, Gaye-Bryce, Daniel-Burgess, Steve-Burress, Randy-Caldwell, Ricky. Carlson, Roger-Carr, Steve-Carter, Erin-Carter, Steve-Cartwright, Mike-Caver, Chris-Chaney, Martha. Chapman, Georgia-Chapman, Kevin-Charles, Sonja-Cherry, Brenda-Cherry, Greg-Chiolino, Mike-Choate, Kevin. Christian, Regina-Clark, Pam-Cobb, Cynthia-Cockrall, Flick-Cole, Donald-Coleman, Rod-Coleman, Willie. Collins, Tommy-Congour, Debbie- Conley, Patty-Connaughton, Paul-Coon, Cathie-Cooper, Robert -Copeland, Lesia. Corbin, Brenda-Counts, Terrie-- Covey, Wayman-Cowne, Neal-Cox, Brenda-Cox, Steve-Crabtree, Laura. Cravens, Sharon-Crawley, Cindy- Crisvvell, Linda-Crouse, Kenny- Cruse, Nlichael-Culver, Jackie- Curry, Debbie. Dahlem, Ricky-Dalton, Claudia- Daniels, Charles-Davis, Becky- Davis, Cheryl-Davis, Jerry-Davis, Terry. Davis, Ronnie-Davis, Theresa-Davis, Vicki-Davison, Debra-Dean, David-Dean, Gayla-Dearen, Pam. Decker, Wanda-DeJesus, Mary- DePriest, Janis-Dickerson, Charlotte -Dillard, Vicki-Dillion, Susan-Dimarob, Mario. Dobing, IVlari-Doty, David-Dougan, R i cky-Dye, Susie-Eakin, Ricky-East, Melanie- Eaves, Kay. Eckelhoff, Katie-Edwards, Darrell -Edwards, Shannon-Edwards, Susie-Eichling, James-Ellis, Reyn- Erke, Brenda. fr. f"'W 'X 'N 'T 3 1 11 R Sophomore class 213 Estep, Karen-Etzkorn, Elizabeth Ann-Evans, Cindy-Evans, Linda- Evarts, Bill-Fairrell, Paul-Farmer, Pat. Faulkner, Barbara-Faust, Jim-Fegans, Marshall-Fields, Cheryl-Fields, Terry-Fine, Bill- Finney, Sherry. Fiori,Sammy-Fisher, Linda-Fisher, Ricky-Fitzgerald, Karen-Fitzpatrick, Gary-Flatte, James-Elaine, Floyd. Floyd, Scott-Floyd, Stanley- Fowler, Mary Beth-Frame, Thurman-Francis, Brenda-Franks, Theodore-Frazier, Debbie. French, Robbie-Frisby, Pam-Fritz, Sharon-Fuller, Michael-Gabbard, Ricky-Gammil, Cindy-Gann, Tarica. Gardner, Scott-Gazzola, Jerri-Gean, Melissa-Giacopazzi, Candy-Giles, Donald-Gilyard, Julia-Gilyard Ronnie. Glass, Michael-Ronald, Glenn- Goines, Billy-Gooch, Paula-Good- win, John-Gray, Cathy-Green, David. Greenlee, Cindy-Griffin, Tom- Griffith, Donna-Gudgeon, Barry- Guinn, Brenda-Haaser, Cash-Hager, Sherry. Hall, Cindy-Hall, Diane-Hall, Greg-Hall, Opal-Hamilton, Eugene -Hampton, Paul-Hardin, Bettye. Soph ioin council , club . l 214 Sophomore class Harman, Pam-Harper, Illlandee- Harris, Eloise-Harris, Ira-Harris, lVlarvel-Hartgraves, Ester- Hartgraves, Hester. Hartley, Bob-Hartsock, James- Hatfield, Sandy-Hayden, Nlelissa- Hays, Linda-Hedges, David -Heidenthal, Linda. Hendershot, Randy-Hendrickson, Gail-Hershel, Linda-Hibbs, Tami- Hicks, Debbie-Hicks, Elizabeth- Hicks, Pam. Hill, Anita-Hill, Nlonica-Hiriams, Beverly-Hobbs, Phillip-Hoffman, Randy-Hoopaw, Glenn-Hornor, Joyce. Houston, Steve-Howard, Daymon- Howard, Duane-Howard, Dwight- Howard, John-Hubbard, Garre- Huff, Deborah. Hughes, Cheryl-Hulse, Gwen-Hurst, Keith-Ichniowski, Larry-Irons, Steve-Jacobs, Vickie-James, Charles. W Sophomore class 215 p reaches high r -Ltr? srl X' 4 fr ,f 1 is 216 Sophomore class Jedlicka, Jack-Johns, Peggy- Johnson, Frank- Johnson, Norma- Jones, Becky-Jones, Brenda-Jones Cindy. Jones, David-Jones, Donna-Jones, H arry-Jones, Johnny-Jones, Richard-Jones, Roy-Jordan, Linda. Jordan, Wayne-Judkins, Car6I- Kaufman, Randy-Kelton, Diana- Kelton, Kim-Key, Jimmy-Kious, Larry, Kirby, Lee Anne-Kleinschmidt, Jim-Klyne, Linda-Klyne, Ricky- Knight, Mark-Kocher, Sara-Kremer, Barbara. Lamb, Rick-Land, Linda-Landrum, Leslie-Lang, Toni-Langhorne, Terry-Ledbetter, Kathy-Lewis, Mark. Likens, Danny-Lincoln, Mark- Lindsey, Gena-Lockerd, David-Lockhart. Missy-Logan, Glenda-Love, David. Love, Dorothy Jean-Lovett, Andy -Ludlow, Tony-Lux, Debbie- Lynn, Francene-Lyons, James- Madison, Pam. Maestri, Larry-Magness, Debbie- Mahone, Regina-Mallard, Ronnie- Marable, Cedrick-Marion, Donald- Marsh, Glenda. Martin, Mary-Martin, Nina-Martin, Russell-Martin, Veronica-Mask, Carolyn-Mathews, Mike-Mauldin, Debbie. Mays, Gloria-McCIanahan, Ronny- McCord, Charles-McDaniel, Mark- McDonald, Virginia-McKinney, Sharon-McLeod, Sandra. Meadows, Zandra-Meek, Georgianna-Melton, Harold-Miller, Cathy-Miller, Pam-Miller, Phillip- Milliken, Don. Mingo, Geraldine-Mitchael, Ken- Mitchell, Chris-Mizell, Pam-Mobley, Carolyn-Moore, Bill-Moore, Kay. Moore, Terry Lee-Moore, Wilhelmina-Morris, Steve-Moses, James-Mudget, Sally-Musset, Tije- Nalley, Diane. Neal, Brian-Neff, Sandy-Nelson, Linda-Nice, .lohn-Nichols, Cathy- Nusser, Jan-Ohm, Ralph. Oliver, Lesa-O'MaIIey, Mary-Orreil, Debbie-Osborne, Joe-Owen, Robin -Palmer, Herbert-Park, Debbie Elaine. if Q Sophomore Class 217 Parker, Harold-Parker, Kyle-Parker, Ray-Parks, Melody-Parrish, Arlene -Parsons, Beatrice-Parsons, Dora. Parsons, Joe-Patterson, Patricia-- Pence, Peggy-Perea, Mike-Peterson, David-Peterson, Tim-Petvvay, Belinda. Philpott, Jeannie-Pickett, Greg- Pollock, Ann-Porter, Cheryl-Poole, Rita-Posey, Kathy-Prado, James. Price, Vicki-Pruitt, Sherry-Pschier, Brenda-Randolph, Sharon-Rapert, Sherry-Ray, Perry-Rayburn, Dan. Reams, Lynn-Rebsamen, Raymond -Releford, Patricia-Remes, Mark- Rhames, Helen-Rhames, Mary-Rich, Diane. Richardson, Barry-Richardson, Sandra-Riggs, Jerry-Roberson, Connie-Roberts, Nlike-Roberts, Ralph-Robinson, Kathryn. 218 Sophomore class Robinson, Patricia-Rogers, Carl- Rogers, Jackie-Rogillio, Mary Faith -Roll, Flandy-Ross, Patricia-Ross, Sue. Route, Thersa-R uckman , Damon- Russell, Carl-Rozell, Glynn-Rye, lVIary-Sass, Lisa-Sawyer, Buzzy. Scharf, Don-Schulterman, Jerry- Schoen, Janet-Seabourn, Joe-Seay, Paulette-Self, Lois-Sellers, Paul. Shaffer, Jerry-Sharum Gerardette-Sharum, Melissa-Shaver T e rri-Shaver, Thomas-Shaw Stephen-Shock, Jack. Shores, Donald-Simmons, Nanette- Singleton, Sam-Sisco, Debbie-Sisk Terry-Sloan, Tim-Smith, Bobby. Smith, Dennis-Smith, Elphin -Smith, LaGIoria-Smith, Russell- Smith, Shirley-Smith, Stephanie- Smith, Teresa. Q Sign of th limes 1 ' 1 . Y i OE Sophomore class 219 -if' .,-5 ,N bcllll vial Cold. yv-.l lvl Y' Q I. i 220 Sophomore Class X' Sneed, Shelia-Sommers, Evelyn- Sosebee, Don-Soucy, Andre- Sparkman, David-Sparks, Sheila- Speaks, Linda. Spears, Johnny-Spradlin, Celia- Stapleton, John-Stephens, David- Stevenson, Anntionette-Stewart Connie-Stewart, Robert. Stone, Cheryl-Stratford, Sterling- Sturgeon, Ricky-Sugg, Troy- Suratts, Chuck-Sutton, Pam- Swigart, Rebecca. Swofford, Cindy-Taff, Janet- Tedder, Danny-Theis, Debbie- Thomas, Karen-Thomas, Kay- Thomas, Roylee. T hompson, Betty-Thompson, Charlotte-Thompson, Wayne- Thrasher, Harold-Todd, Nancy- Tompos, Nlary-Toran, Clarence. Toran, Shirley-Traylor, Steve- Triplett, Janice-Trip, Jane-Tucker, James-Tucke r, Richard-Turner, Clara. 1 Turner, Steve-Udouj, Ellen-Ulrich, Laurie-Ussery, Debbie- Vanderheiden, lVlike-Vann, Donald -Vann, Michael. Vann, Percy-Vann, Stevie-Vernon, Danny-Vick, Charlie-Villines, William-Vorster, Greg-Walker, Duane. Wallace, Randy-Wanslow, Julie- Watson, Judy-Watson, Roger-Watts, Valerie-Wear, Roger-Webb, Tanya Webster, Derrick-Weigand, Cindy- Wells, Doc Henry-West, Velda- Westphal, lVlarty-Westphal, Robin- White, Kathy. White, lVIarilyri-Whittaker, Faron- Wiley, Lee Fernia-Wilkins, Kathy- Williams, Janis-Williams, Jim- Williams, Larry. Williams, Leon-Williams, Michael- Willis, Richard-Wilson, Alvin- Wilson, Billy-Wilson, Dave-Wilson, Kenneth. Wilson, Malinda-Wilson, Mike-Wil- son, Ollie-Wilson, Sheila-Wise, Carl-Wise, Lathel-Wolfe, Debbie. Womack, Danny-Wray, Kenny- Wrye, Robert. Yarberro, Ricky-Yarborough, Deb- bie-Yocum, Bobby. Tifif. f 4' ff ' Z a ' 4.4, 1 fffiff . . Asif . , C1 X' la ' Y 745' Sophomore Class 221 ThBisourconwnunhy.Yes homeswem home. What's in our community? 782-1041, 452-2000 and 785-1513 are here. Are you? Those are 781056, 165184 and 470848. We're all in 72901. lVlost are 782's, 783's or 452's. 352696 lives at 4701, 781056 at 3915. On 5112 there are 52 stores. Everyone is 501. Our place has only 62,802 residents. We're all 475 feet high. There's 53,104 square miles of us. We were born on 6!15!1836. There are over 40 people who worked on this for 73 in 4 different periods. We're all in this together ...aH 1565 phm 93 h1thered,bHck budding at 2301 North "B" Street. This is our place, our home and community. T T I T i it 1 Y 1 T T 5 ' it l , if. . - it imp :T E 'l if 'lil-1 lilfi I -X: .1 1, f 3 -rfzr - Y I A 1 ,fn l f 'lg "IIE ,l ' 'Pill 'Rf:lV"'l 'iff ' 'll 1' 'l lW Sff'VltH, 'Wi ,l Y 'liWl,3f.'j"li'?fWl, 132 , sfgfwi Qfviwl. S if - 7 'Y ll 1 '-Qffllll, YEEIJ s -1 iw- limi: ive SMIT QUIT LRVIT 3171 T SWTT RMIT STHT -s 'vi 1 t SHIT SHIT wmzff xg HGNQNS nf '4:.:A Xqx vi ,, 11-74 51152: K5.I'Cz'Ixq rfbisfq- , ?x ?v- 3.9, YWW-K9 KAW.A3 UJHFIT IF... W I ff!M3IfI WT'U -YWEV . i:7IW9 'ISU TFWUGI I?95IHI HI'v CQHY I .i1..?' WI., ff"i'7W! 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Stop by and let Wade Plunkett, Ann Warmack, Greg Voster or ' ' ' ' f B k' -R bbin George Warmack dash you up one of 31 yummy flavors. You know it s good when at comes rom as In o s. PHONE 452-9611 CENTRAL MALL Advertising 225 Downtown-Central Niall uni' A QA FORT SMITH - FAYETTEVILLE The A. J. August look always gives men an air of confidence. John Dawson and Laland Booth look over new fall fashions. AT 226 Advertising CLOTHING CO. lf- y ' I I SPUIHSWEAH Q Q Central Mall Hunting and Fishing Supplies OMAR'S SPORTSMAN Roy Goodin Esso r-Tis he HUMBLE v coonm ' . , X:::3,.., ,Af ' , K - ' K ,- -as..,.g.. -ag K elf! Cheryl Overstreet puts her car in good hands when she drives into Roy Goodin Esso, where service is always dependable. 783-6451 Price setters jbr Fort Smith and surrounding area o ' 4, ,.,.: Bl Yates l..-we. rf- ' H0 S 1. 7, ":" A ' k .,.., .. U i e ' 'ii' . . B I fairly UI C e I n C ' .- ""' 6 .ff' 5 year 0' 5,000 mile warranty HOLSUM BREAD-"The Bread With All The Good Things Baked Inf' Open to 9 P.M. 6 days a week 5606 Towson 646-4376 Advertising 227 Y-lag For the latest in stereos, radios and tape players, Terry Sass and Vivian Dalton know that Elmore's is the place to go. Elmore's Record and Bible Shop Arkhola Sand 84 Gravel Company Fort Smith, Ark. "Supporters of Education for Over Half a Century" 228 Advertising Kidder Insurance, Inc. Milt Kidder Brad Kidder, C.P.C.U. Complete Insurance Since 1935 5 Court Street 782-5044 ee 775652 415 South Tenth 782-0383 Donrey Outdoor Advertising 1100 South D!Phone 501-782-8885 POSTER PANELS PAINTED BULLETINS COMMERCIAL SIGNS Fort Smith Office Suppl Bill Tanner Larry Biggs Mike Cullen Jerry Lambiotte 16 South Sixth Street 782-0311 Fort mith urgical Supply Sales 84 rentals LAWRENCE REDING EUGENE A. GROBER The first stop for picnic or party is always Winton's IGA. WlNTON'S lan 708 North 10th 2619 Rogers K-lVlart Foods Advertising 229 GEREN CASH REGISTER S TYPEW RITER had CO., INC. Ewmmwz aeverytfiing for ffle office U MERCHANTS NATIONAL I..... B KFort Smith, Arkansas MEMBER F.D.l C . Chevyland on the curve Smith Chevrolet - Cadillac nobody walks away Staggs Limited Arkansas, exclusive shop f 1601 North B 785-1 293 or men and young men MIDWEST HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Pat Malone jewelry 921 Garrison 782 9 630 You've got a lot to live! PEESI Pepsi's got a lot to give! After struggling through a typing course, students learn the advantages of a good typewriter. Like Jodie England, many of hem find the Olympia electric to be the best they can buy. A. L. BROWN TYPEWRITERS V first national bank of fort smith fr 6 fo 55 After school and on weekends, join the gang at the Dairy Grand for the best food and fastest service anywhere in town. DAIRY GR Good Food d . G00 Servme NOW IN OUR SECOND CENTURY or SERVICE 3016 Grand 782-4160 MMR PM Beckman Dairy Co. Advertising 233 , PRINCE DR G, INC. l gd Hahn jim Qtiffis Looking your best is important no matter what the occasion. That's why Northsiders, like Jimmie Grace, take all their . ' cleaning needs to Mr. Rob's for service they can trust. Pr e S C -L-I P tl on 8 D I' u g S 7 . Mr. Rob S Complete Service D r y C I e a n e r s 1112 Towson 2309 Rogers 782-9211 785-2481 XX Ben JncK'S Qk-JUITAR Ugg 5oufg'4 .famgsai Q sronzs IN Pom' swim-1 a. FAYI BEJHHRESQI' 3808 Alma Hvvy, Van Buren, Ark. 452-0140 474-9135 ERE'S N0 PLACE UKE Jwn . . .Grand Plaza . . . Park Plaza Village . . .Central Mall . . .Van Buren 234 Advertnsl g -up 1-n pgs-z A , . 7113 Y, ALL TH E "IN" STYLES FOR GUYS ARE AT POISE'N IVY 820 Garrison Downtown Only complete store in Fort Smith devoted exclusively lo styles for lvy and Teen men, Hart in we Sc haffner - ' 8 Marx ARCADE MEN'S STORE 1487 Associated Stores G roup Buying Power x X wang, FLASH TV SALES AND SERVICE 2702 Rogers Ave. Fort Smilh, Ark. 782-1993 1523 Townson 782-1 029 nun Kelly Miller and Connie Sams visit Johnston's, known for the best in flowers-from homecoming mums to prom corsages. ada ' 264461: dana icy Zawew .Mmm 5 'ig Vifhirlpool 2 FTD ,K 1111 Garrison "'?2gbmD M5495 783.5146 Advertising 235 - ,- BRDHVN-HILLER, INC. IVIERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING - FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 72901 P. G. Brown - F. M. Hiller G. B. Brown Phone Sam Hiller 783-4143 IME I I of arkansas in A Component of Time lndusvries, Inc. P.o. Box 6332, so. FORT SMITH srA. TIME FUR SERVIEI 2601 so. ZERO FORT SMITH, ARK. 72901 Manufacturers of a complete line of corrugated boxes and corrugated shipping containers Rogers School Supplies, Inc. Need some of that good ole Grizzly spirit? Join Gina Vines, Karen Galloway and Martha Cravens at Rogers for a "bear-backer" shirt. 236 Advertising Who can blame Mark Spears for looking happy while he is surrounded by the good things in life-like the new 1973 Fiat. Putnam Lincoln-Mercury Syferffs Bakery Fort Sm th Arkansas Carter Electronic Supply Company 301 T 783 4129 Ad rt g 237 VVhirl 001 RORPORATION FOFIT SMITH DIVISION 238 Advertising A P .i-l.l n FieId's KEY Radiator REXALL nnuos Sefvice FORSGREN 3 5 1 BROTHERS l4mcwemewzf Hwfmmf General Contractors Post Office Box 368 .1-ll-ln John's Auto Parts 2800 Grand Ph. 783-6063 Custom And Auto Parts At Low-Low Prices To brighten home or office, Jeanie Collyge, Robert Smith and Linda Heidenthal, depend on supplies from Calvert-McBride. Calvert- Mc Bride C""'e"""'H""' Hancock Fabrics Office Equipment Company 764Z'lt'bl:6tQ die ZHILQGGZ adeolfcian of 1609N rth'iBi'Street g 1 . and dx . Mama in Zia 75. Smddl uioppiag mea Royal rything for the of Ph VIIQIVIII . In Fort Smith K U p Progress is synonymous with 11512 11's Qillntijing 646-5161 immie N A64o -use o,o.oo o oo ,h, ,o,N f TCI 101' an COMPANY INC? amaga 913011 e o is W, iiahies Sportswear 646- 9502 1600 Rogers Avenue 33ljUBIIlX FortSmith,Arkansas Down Town Central Moll Garrison at 7fh Waldron ot Rogers Telephone 783-4153 Telephone 452-1074 Window shopping with a new look. The Jewel Box invites you to come inside, as Rosie Kesner and Jonny Kell do, and look over their selection of fine watches, rings and other gifts. FORT SMITH, AR KANSAS 72901 THE JEWEL BOX Advertising 241 MAcK's f i AUTO X f PARTS Your Auto Parts Store With More! 3977 North "O " 783-35 7 7 SUNNYMEDE SHOPPING CENTER Fort Smith teenagers like Georgia Chapman and Malinda Wilson find the latest styles for girls at Phoenix Fashions. pioemlz cwdrlana Phoenix Village on the Square This Air Form- will pay you to train in any of tlivsc C3I'Ct'I' 21I'C8SI ' Air PHSSlEllg0l' 0 Am-oiintiiig and Specialist Auditing 0 We-ather Observer 0 Nlavliinist 9 Air Cargo Spt-izialist 0 Personnel Nlziimgt-inviit ' Sf-izurity Polici- 0 Education and Training ' Firv Protcction 0 Kleclical Specialist ' Administration 0 Denial Assistant 0 Pul1licRelalionS 9 Recreation Spf-tzialist . ElC0lT0l1iCS . Fggd Sgjrvice ' 1'xllCll0fVlSUill 0 'Transportation Spvviulist 0 Communications amd YYIHIIY Otlivrs 0 Pliotograpliy For detailed information concerning HG uaranteed Choice ol' Air Force Jolssw and a fren aptitudv test call BOB NEWBOLD at 646-4241 or visit No. 58 Phoenix Village, Fort Smith, Ark. 242 Advertising Whirlpool SERVING FORT SMITH SINCE 1902 C For' AWARD Smith .NG PH. 783-5103 WINN SERVICE 814 ROGERS 0 DOWNTOWN "Home of Arkansas Friendly Dealersi' HINTON-COX PONTIAC INC. New Cor Soles - Used Cor Soles Complete Service Focilities Complete Point 81 Body Shop Facilities 500 Towson 782 1031 GR EENW OOD "- I BARBER SHOP ,wif-E54 . lf I 9' f X Hairstyling SEBRING Razor cutting ' Coloring . A CERTIFIED , . 'V' dglllfrglzivgilylc'vidsIIlFs?uiLo:l'1Zr?:Zxclzeecl-le:MZllh12lslllgzizillll She Half P 19095 O'N EEL FLORIST 118 NORTH 18 783-7373 1020 N Greenwood Ad t 9 244 Advertising We care enough to wish you the best. sue 81 henry barnett Broadway Portraits Broadway Square Van Buren, Ark. Renita 0'Kelly takes her turn ordering her school ring when Dale Bennett, Star representative, displays the new style of class rings offered to Northside iuniors by Star. Star Engraving Company There is something irresistible about a bright shiny new car-especially a new Gran Torino. These visitors to Randall Ford are Nita Vines, Christy Wilbanks, JoAn Houston, Jo Lynn Riggs, Tammie Robertson, Reyn Ellis and Dana Parks. Randall Ford, Inc. Advertising 245 Constantinds T 5 I: famous since Office Machines Barbeque Sandwiches Your Re ingt -Fi dAg y Barbeque Ribs G rr dn I Barbeque Beans O Leogrljayl Spaghelh J. VV. Fl0vd 910-912T 407 G 783 3124 FORT SMITH SAVINGS AND LOAN LEAGUE Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association First Federal Savings and Loan Association United Savings Association Superior Federal Savings and Loan Association Standard Federal Savings and Loan Association savings 000000 to 020,000 by the F.D.I.C. HENDERSON CORPORATION Bottlers of Dr. Pepper, 7-Up and Royal Crown Cola photo by T. P. Davis a pm.. 2.4m Weuncw - 775644 7eeam,9e 7016 Smdti I 973 We have a large selection MEAD CONTAINERS of diamonds gl watches Van Buren 81 Newlon Rds. P.O. Box 306 JAMES C. ISRAEL Fort Smith, Ark. Owner A CUSTOM CRAFIED ORIGINALS 0 " ' dzsafivs Division ofthe iviead corp. 6 ggwsfzy I DESIGNED fi on TO SUIT YOUR TASTE Central Nlall 452-2449 Advertising 247 i Hawkins Co., Inc. 222 Towson If the summer heat is too much for you, go where air conditioners are a specialty- not a sideline. Lucia Hawkins knows that the "coolest" deals in town are at Hawkins Company 248 Advertising CENTRAL MALL Barber Shop Men's Hair Stylist and Complete Barber Service Ronnie Coleman-Bob Knight Brenda Clevenger-Ralph Grace APPOINTMENTS A VA ILABL E 452-96 l 5 58 Central Mall Kama ZW! Jima fm. fame QW! 201 NORTH 12th FORT SMITH, ARK. 72901 'X 501-782-8203 nun "5 or ml 'mx 1' oomotn own 1. 'yr nun U President Delmar T. Edwards Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Delmar Edwards III J. D. Edwards gentress Mortuary 1806 North "A" Street 783-6178 ,.,..-- rf.:- ,mn ,I XYLBN wa i Btwn lf"-" 4"' Ayfyl 5121 Towson Mike Hudson knows that even if you don't know how to operate one a 6468731 Maytag appliance is the most dependable you can buy. FORT SMITH Ml-IYTAG Home Appliance Center 2300 North B 783-1240 - - F"'1 -A --- 1 Q1 . 1 -. I 'T' ' . ....-- ,,.., Oldsmobile-a step ahead again this year with the new-styled Cutlass. Come to DeWitt Olds and see the complete 1973 selection. D W 'tt Old b'l Advertising 249 C5 250 Ad rt 9 luym:1bsln'urm VT V' mSToday's Army Q37 Wants to Join You but not until Al-'T R aluuu flow ls it worth S100,000 to you just to stay in school? Statistics say high school graduates will earn at least that much more during their productive years than dropouts who fail to earn that valuable diploma. This is why TODAY's ARMY is urging you to stay in school. To help you plan your future intelligent- ly see your local Army representative for full details on more than 300 excit- ing job opportunities in TODAY'S ARMY -where you count as an individual. Your local ARMY representative has the straight, no obligation information. See or call him: Sfc. Neil H. Flatt 59 Phoenix Village 646-2986 Se-Mom Smeme teak gfacme 3515 Towson Avenue 782-8477 A vso VENTURA :soo ALSO Iso 1:31975 WEDDING RING so SANTA RosA xzso to zaoo When you know it's for keeps For your engagement choose the finest . . . a beautiful Keepsake diamond ring . . . with a written guarantee of perfect quality permanent registration and protection against - diamond loss. REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS Cowan-Gregg Jewelry Dept. Phoenix Village Nlall 545-5781 Open each evening until 9:00. You will never "strike out" by going to Midland Bowl. You can ioin a league or, like Ricky Spears and Scott French, come out and bowl just for the fun of it. 11:11.- X Kelley Highway 84 North 32 Advertising 251 Ad Helenjs, 9nc 803 South G eenwood 782 7592 Fran Baker, Carl Wikstrom and Becky Hays view a collection of rings that "add sparkle to your life" from Esquire Jewelers Ssquire ewelers Senor Bolo's Taco Hut Y yu Af Jf -112vv..:3'::,,.v'j. X dwg M' yyri 1 . Q K, A f' ww 1 982 ,Wg ' NW: W- fM1.,4'f.. -f .1 ..,MW..v 1811 Towson 2111 Grand om-6064 'gavflzlng www the real thing Enioy C 4695 nm mit 9 Watching a product being made is the best way to discover the quality of it. Sarah Meek, Lynn Kirkpatrick and Georgianna Meek visit the plant to view the production of "the pause that refreshes." il Hundiey,Wiliiams at Associates Advertising, inc. PAO. BOX sttfzs, station A - Fott stttttit, Atittmt 72901 - 5oif45Q.isQe Advertising 253 Zhe CSQSBRPEQQ Choir ,wg- if 4 -P 254 Advertising When the Bruin staff meets a deadline, they celebrate with pizza at the Pizza Hut. Connie Sams, Ann Warmack, Sheila Organ and Gordon Floyd forget about layouts and pictures when they join the gang at Fort Smith's favorite meeting place. For inexpensive fun and a good meal, too, Cathee Crain, Jo Lynn Riggs and Christy Wilbanks toast the Pizza Hut. 3802 Towson 2907 Grand 4700 Rogers 646-7791 783-8833 452-2361 PIZZA HUT CALVARY ASSEIVIB LY CA LVARY BAPTIST . OF GOD CHURCH ' LK Q 13,56 1700 Jackson 2301 Midland . 'ggplf Q, ' flig- 646-7482 783-7279 - f - -X ff" 710- 77 7 Tx- ff CAVANAUGH BAPTIST CAVANAUGH UNITED - If - 5- -, j,J1,l CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH " 5 i 'T-of-1--.... 1101 Cavanaugh Cavanaugh H 646-1591 646-7701 - X2-'Z 6771 CENTRAL UNITED EVANGEL FAITH ASSEMBLY FIRST BAPTIST PR ESBYTERIAN CHURCH TEMPLE OF GOD CHURCH 2901 Rogers South 12th at Dodson Nortn 50111 81 "O" 1400 Nor1I1"E" 733.8966 782-9121 782-4804 782-1088 FIRST BAPTIST FIRST CHURCH FIRST FREE WILL FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH OF GOD BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH MO. SYNOD Barling Midland gl Kelly 4001 Armour 1110 North "E" 452-1041 782-0406 782-6675 785-2886 FIRST UNITED FIRST PRESBYTERIAN GODDARD UNITED GRACE INDEPENDENT METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH ZOQQS-Q'36L5th 116 No11I1 12111 1922 Dodson 120 Nor1I1 9th 783-8919 785-1415 782-8414 GRAND AVENUE HENDRICKS HILLS IMMACULATE CONCEPTION IMMANUEL BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CATHOLIC CHURCH CHURCH North 40th gl Grand 2203 Hendricks 1402 South "A" 2201 South Dallas 783-5161 783-2443 783-7963 732.1009 MIDLAND HEIGHTS ST. JoHN'S SEVENTH DAY SPRADLING UNITED METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH ADVENTIST BAPTIST CHURCH 3500 North 6th 215 North 6th 1106 North 34th 3515 Waldron 783-1574 782-9912 782-5382 782-4859 TRINITY BAPTIST WESTMINSTER WINDSOR PARK vvYATT MEMORIAL CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST 3619 North 6th 4400 NOI'Th "N" Windsor 81 Albert Pike 4235 Kelly 783-4085 783-3980 782-7222 783-1428 Advertising 255 Professional Interior Designer America's Finest Furniture Lines Qacuwl 244644 ?wmfZcne Qmgbcuzq Whether they're looking for a meal, a snack or just a soft drink, Northsiders know that Porta's serves them the besi. I0 .M PORTA'S 78 J Q' C IUETAURANT Leadership through IMAGINATION - , A35 L-4 31. V-1-fa I wa f " " ,,: 332 s,c4.f5,v V15 City National Bank OF FORT SMITH Service by design. Rheem Manufacturing Company Heating and Air-conditioning Division 5600 Old Greenwood R Fort Smith, Arkansas d. Sheila Organ and Mark Remes drop by Johnson-Sayers to see the latest in photographic equipment. Johnson-Sayers has it all! Johnson -Sayers Photo Supply drafting and artist supplies office supplies and equipment orrow and Son 'cheadquarters for the finestv 817 Garrison Ft. Smith,Ark. Advertising 257 i Miki Allison shows Melinda Ahart, Cheryl Overstreet and Lisa Sellars the biggest deal around-The Texas Doughnut. At the Grand Bakery's large new facilities you can always get the finest pies, cakes and other pastries while saving "dough" at the same time. grand Bakery QV' ' 'lfeirifir Gnly the Boston Store has a ww? Bird's Nest and a Lion's Den Boston Store Fort Smith-Fayetteville 258 Advertising Manager Lloyd Reed explains to Richard Nixon and Billy Reed about the durability plus good looks of all Firestone tires. "'- ili ime sronss "O " Street's Best Shop 1 f Bob 5 Szmnymede Drzve - 17171 Good Quality Food Where Friends Meet And Get Together 3516 North "O" 783-9231 Margie Howe tries out a new electric typewriter-a perfect gift for any occasion, birthday, Christmas, or graduation. Bob Schwartz-Owner l O. B. Williamson Co., Inc. Your an and craft Projects 1 ig r -' 'Q S" e n at ' 1 '. i4i65?f5T55'- 4, v' " W gi A H " it ..:1 .. o,,,. ., A aa.. A ,f-'F 5, Q-?:i'2:j -'., ,M ?'ev Q fi' . wa ':M:,.'f"f-2,114-Aff"fx ' f ,f ' 1 RWM 'ful' ' W" ' - ,i 1- 'C - X - W ' i ff ' 'M 1 -' 1 ' rfff"2"ffffK"f'l 2. y:f'f tm ,. Amer l c an .-F , W H do f ,Q M on lcro is ,ji h -tte ' 6 Company NVQ-?',?5-5? 1. V 153 Phoenix village Mall ' -. Amer1ca's Largest Supplies of Art and Crafts Material -- ,,,-.-, , s o luoio o rr Al. A ucv ci rr nl n rn : co u c ou I E, lllS ll! Nl 40, x 'wJ 0 677' 5' mc. X 265 - FORT SMITH, ARK. 72901 Q '. s , .4 I - L 1 I s . z Lf , .. 4 . 5, . Q 6 - ages 'F ...... Advertising 259 Arkansas Best believes in Fort Smith's greatest resource-youth. Angela Head, David Sawyer and Karen Galloway visit the AB office, ARKANSAS BEST CORPORATION 260 Ad ert s PEER Hardware Company Wholesale Only 320 Rogers Ft Smith Ark Levi's For Gals gl Levik For Guys 6 Phouux Vlllage 144 I cnlral Niall Your 24-Hour Newspaper 5 If an SOUTHWEST O A . f-1, Ili JL' TIMES RECCRD FEATURING THE FINEST Good News Mexican Food 7 Days Per Week 782-2011 3014 T Fort Smith, Arkansas 782 2219 I 2fnlgnisn.rsvwgAilf"""7o' J l -+1 The Super Beetle-new for '73. Northsiders turn out to view the car with elegant styling but traditional Volkswagen performance. Radcliff Volkswagen g 261 Ad f.gk1x. Q V Sify-6 .LL - " il ' ir . ' uf- 'Q - W Q .,,-. ,f,Sbi,.'.,, ...114 - V 'als LW ii ij Barnett's Studio and Bridal Shop T 9 enercil inclex. -A- Aoord, Debbie , . . . ...... . .172 Abbott, Richard ... ,......, .156,196 Abner, Mark ..... ...., . ........ 1 96 Acee,M1lk . ..,... .,.. ......... , . Adams, Barry ....... . .123, 140, 154 Adams, Mrs. Carl .................. Adams, Diane Marie .............,. .228 ,210 . .63 .172 Adams, Gary ........... 33, 105, 123, 140 158, 172 Adams, Linda . . . ........ 64, 210 Adams,Tim ... ....,........ .210 Adrion, David .,......,.........,.. 196 Ahart, Melinda ,........ 85,158, 196, 258 Air Force Recruiting Office .......... 242 A. J. August ............,......... 226 Albertson, Michael , .. ..... 210 Albritton, Gordon .,.. . ..... 113 Albritton, Lawanda . , . ....... .196 Alewine, Gary ...... ..... 8 2, 196 Alexander, Jaunda . . . ....... .210 Allen, Becky ......, ..... 1 49,210 Allen, Crissy ..... . .... 44, 45,210 Allen, David . .. . ..... 94,210 Allen Debi .... .... 1 08, 172 Allen: Robert . . . Allen, Vicki .,.,. ....76, 82 .. .,....... 196 Allison, Linda .... ........... .210 Allison, Mickey ... .... 74,85,194,196 258 Alpha Rho Tau Alston, Debbie Alston, Jan ........... American Handicrafts . . . Amon, Randy ....... . . . . .32. 34. Amon, Rusty . ..... .... 1 23. 140, Anderson, Frank ..... Anderson, Norma ........... 39 , 157, ....13, 14, 75 .....74,196 .....74,210 .........25e 112 210 ........76,196 196 Anderson, Mrs. Sandra ...,.. 64, 65, 78, 88 Appleyard, Terry ...... Arhuckle, Kathy ........ ...........172 .........210 Archulerta, Billy ............. ..... 2 10 Arkansas Best Corporation ..,........ 260 Arkola Sand 81 Gravel Company ....... 228 107 Arnold, Sandy .....,...,..... 17, 82, 172 Arthur, Sharon , . . ,.,. 44, 45, 104, 149 210 Ashley, Ronnie ..,.. ........ 6 5, 154 Ashlock, Sheila ...... ..... . ,..74,172 Ashworth, Richard . . . .... 132, 140, 195 Atchley, Alan , ...,. . ..,,.,.. 82, 196 Atkins, Bill ....., . .,.. 53, 86, 107, 172 Augustus, Danny .... ..,... 1 23, 140, 196 Austin, Louis ...... . . ,.... ........ 2 10 Awbrey, Joy ........,.. BO, 104, 107,172 -3- Bailey, Steve .... ......., 38 . 40, 91 , 172 Baker, Al .... . . . . ...... 24, 74, 172 Baker, Charles .... .............. 1 72 Baker, Fran .,.. .... 44 . 45. 85, 149, 210. 252 Baker, Sylvia . . . ........ 38, 196 Baker, Twana . . ............ 210 Balch, Don . . . . ............ .196 Balch, Jeanne ... ...33, 44, 45, 95,210 Balentine, Tina ... .....,.,. 43, 196 Ball, Mike ....... .... 1 10,113,172 Balser, Debbie .... .......,... 1 72 Band ....,..... ............ 4 8 Bandy, Larry .... ..,...,. 1 23, 210 Banks, Corliss ... .... 39,103,125, 147, 194, 196 Banks, Michael ... ...29, 78, 79, 88,172 Bardin, Scott . . . ........ 53, 54, 196 Bardrick, Bill ..... ............ 6 2, 63 Barham, Debbie . . .... 44. 45. 149. 210 Barker, Avis ..... ..... 4 3, 194, 196 Barnett's Studio .... ........... 2 62 Barnwell, Brenda .,.. ..... 7 S, BS, 172 Barnwell, Linda.. . ..... 78. 88,172 Barron, Cheryl . . . ..... 27, 94, 196 Bartmier, Ricky . . ........, 196 Barton, J, O ...., , ....... 18. 55 Barton, Wesley ......,.......... 94, 210 Basham, Cathy ......... 30, 80. 104, 133, 138,147,148,154, 172,175 Basham, Sarah ...... .80, 81, 110, 125,142 154,156,167,172 Bsinger, Steve .............. 74, 82, 173 Baskin-Robbins 31 Flavor Ice Cream . . .225 Bassham, Steve ................ ,97, 196 Bateman, Kenny ....... 91,101,110,122, 140, 173 Beall, Majorie ..................,... 65 Beam, Danny ..... 122,132,140,154, 210 Beaty, Hilton . .................,.., 65 Becker, Marilyn ................ 149, 210 Becker, Mark . . . Beckman, Dairy Been, Harold , . . Balk, Ricky , .. Bell, David . . . Bell, Mike . . Bell, Pam . . . .....55,210 ......233 . ..... B2 ........196 ...........173 . . . .96, 123, 210 .........173 Bell, Sheila .... . Bell, Tyrus ........ ...........103,210 ...94,122,131, 132, 140,196 Ben Jack's Guitar Center ............. 234 Benac, Joyce ....... Bender, Libby ...... Bennett, Dale ...... Bennett, Mrs. Dale . . Bennett, Kyle ..,.. Benning, Rusty .... Berdahl, Michael . .. Berlau, Chuck . . . Berry, Paige .,..... Bethune, Linda .... Bice, John ...... Bieker, Joe ,... . Bill Yates Buick ... Bird, Leslye ........ Bishop, Theodore . . . B 81 L Amusement . . Black, Tim ....... Blackman, Alpha . . . Blair, Franklin M. . . Blake, Kelly . . . . Blanchard, Alan .... ............22,210 .33,84,104, 138,210 . .............. 245 ..........62,63,80 .. ..... 210 .......74,210 .. ...... .... 1 96 96,123, 140,161,173 .....84, 194,196 ...91,91, .........31,210 ....123,140,173 ..........210 ........84,149,210 ...113,123,140,173 ...,....210 ........65,91 ....33,105,173 .....41,210 Blanchard, Phyllis . . . .,...,... .196 Blasdel, Stevan . . . . . ....... 55, 210 Bledsoe, Wayne .... . . ,21, 65, 90, 96 Blevins, Wahkeena ..... .... 8 0, 97, 196 Blocker, Larry .......... . ......, 173 Boatright, Mrs. Augusta .............. 65 Bock, Vickie ...................... 210 Boen, Linda ....... .... 64 , 65,74,108 Boerner, Frederick . . Bogan, Lisa ........ Bogan, Mitch . . . Boggs,Tim . ....,. Bohanan, Belinda . . Bohenan, Cindy .... .........40,41,210 . ...B0,85,150,151, 160,161,170,173 ......157,2U8 . ........... ...210 .97, 149,208 210 210 44 45 85 '149. 156,158,208,210 Boles, Nita .............. 7B,80,88,173 Bonanza Steak House ..,..........,. 249 Bonner, Frances . ..... ...... 1 49, 210 Booth, Laland ....,.. ....... 1 73, 226 Bork, Rickey ...,. ..,.......... 7 6, 210 Bostic, Colana .......,... 9 0, 98,158, 210 Bostic, Colisa ....,.. 74, 75,157,158,173 Boston Store . ....,....,,.......... 258 Bottoms, Carolyn .................. 173 Boulden, Mrs. Kathryn ... .,... 60, 61 Boyce, Joe ,,....... . ..... 196 Boydston, Bobby . . . . .... .210 Boydston, Sharon ,.., .... 4 2, 173 Braddy, Leslie ..... Bradley, Diana .... Bradley, LaDonna . . . ..,....,196 . . . .147, 196 ..........103 Bradley, Peggye .... .... 4 3, 97, 196 Bradney, Shannon .... . ,........ 32, 196 Brady, Lou Ann . . . . ....... 43, 80, 85. 150,158,194,196 Bramrner, Teresa ...... 49, 55, 85, 104,210 Brandenburg, Herbert .....,......... Branham, Karen ,... ............... Brannan, Stacy .94 210 Burns. Mrs. Lillian . . . Burns, Mary ....... .74 Burress, Randy . . . . . Burris, Donnie ,.... Burt, Diane ........ Butler, Cindy ... Butler, Rodney . . . Bye, Alayna ...... . Cadet Clu b ...... . . .38, 39, 40. 44, 95 IIQIffIIfIf1i14 . . . .94, 123, 140, ......42,43,S5 -C- . .65 .197 .212 174 .174 181 174 197 . ....... 76, 77 Brannon, Marcie . . . . . . .44, 45, 210 Brasher, Mike ,... ......... 5 3 Bray, Donald... . . .173 Bray, Robert .,... .... 1 97 Bray, Saundra ,... Brewer, Cynthia . . . Brewer, Deborah . . . Brewer, Dorothy . . . Brewer, Melissa . . . . Brewer, Micheal . . . . . Brewer, Ronald . . . . . Briggs, Steve ..,..... .......210 ..,.31,210 ....147,173 ....103,110 ..............21o ..126, 128, 140, 197 ...........82, 197 Brisco, Rachel ,... . . . .39, 42, 44,104,197 244 Broadway Portraits . . . Brockway, Mrs. Gary lBryant, Elizabethl Brogan, Loretta ........... 38, EB, 42, Broussard, Telesia .... 80, 86, 147, 194, ..,.......65.110 173 197 Brown, A. L. Office Machines Co ....... 232 Brown, Gary ........ Brown-Hiller, Inc. . , Brown, Karen .... Brown, Kristi .... Brown, Mike ...... Brown, Peggy , ..... . Brown, Raymond .... Brown, Rick ...... Brown, Russell . . . Bruce, Gaye . . . Brun, Reggie .. . Bryce, Daniel .... Buergler, Kelly . . . Bulger, Debbie .. . Bumpas, Chester . . . Burch, Rhonda . . . Burgess, Steve .,..... Burke, Jody ... . .. Burns, Bob L. .. .. .....40,41,74,75, 210 .........'.23s 191 ..::i::210 . ..,, B 2,173 ..........113 . ...76,82,173 .. . .154,212 .......76.212 . .... 44,115,212 ....30.31,B2,173 .......110,212 .........136.173 ....74,75,B8,90, 107,174 ...........e5 ....B0,98,156, 158,194,197 ...........53,212 42,43,15B,194, 197 ........1B,65,138 Caldwell, Ricky . . . .......... .212 Calhoun, Dottie . . .... 94, 154 197 Callahan, Miriam .... ....... 4 3 197 Callender, Jack ,.,.. . .,...... 91, 94 174 Calvary Asembly ol' God .,..,.,..... 255 Calvert-McBride .,...... .,...,... 2 40 Calvary Baptist Church . ........ .... 2 25 Cameron, Mrs. Hazel ...........,..... 65 Campbell, Howard . . . .,., 157 158 174 Cannon, Sheree ...,.... ......, . . . ,197 Cantrell, Rhonda ............,. .... 1 74 Caperton-Hunt Office Equipment . .,.. 240 Caplena, James ..... .......... .... 1 9 7 Carey, Loretta .... ........ 4 2 147 197 Carlson, Roger . . . ............. .212 Carmack, James . . ....... 122, 140 174 Carrnack, John ....... . .91, 122, 140 174 Carr, Steve ....................... 212 CarriagelGentry Shops ..,.......,... 241 Carson, Tommy ........ 94, 126, 128, 140, 1 57, 174 Carter, Daisy ....... . .... 39, 110, 197 Carter Electronics . . ......... 237 Carter, Erin ...... ....... 2 12 Carter. James . . . . . . .197 Carter, Larry ..., ........ 6 5 Carter, Steve ..... ......... 2 12 Cartwright, Mike ,... ....... 2 2, 104,212 Carty, James C. . . . ............ .24, 65 Cary, Joanne . . .. ...... 80. B5, 104, 133, 150,151,154,197 Castillo, Robert .............. 82, 94, 174 Cawanaugh Baptist Church ........... 255 Cavanaugh United Methodist Church . . .255 Cavender, Sue .................. 74, 174 Caver, Chris ............ 97, 122, 140,212 Celebration Choir, The ......,....... 254 Central Mall Barber Shop ............ 248 Central United Presbyterian Church .... 255 Chdaot, David .... Chafin, Lslie ..... Chamberlain, Ann ... Chaney, Lonnie .. . . Chaney, Martha . . . . Chapman, Charles . . . Chapman, David .... Chapman, Georgia . . . Chapman, Kevin .... Charles, Sonja ...... Chatman, Gwendolyn Cheese Villa ....... Cherry, Brenda ..... Cherry, Greg . . . Chi Lambda .... . Childers, Jerry . . . . Chiolino, Mike . . . Choate, Kevin .... Choral Music ..... Christian, Regina . . . Chronister, Beth .... City National Bank . . Clark, Letha ...... Clark, Pam . , ...... Clark, Mis Susan .. . Clayton, Pamela Jayne .......,.. Cloninger, John ..... Coats, Wesley ....... . .......... 197 .. . .51, 54, 56, 174 ..........174 ...174 212 . ....... 38, 41 .44,45,B6, 104, 149, 154,212,242 ...........104,212 ........212 .....224 ....31,212 ....54,212 ....64,66,101 ....123,212 .......41,212 ....103,149,156, 158,212 .......197 .....256 .......174 .....51,212 ........,.18,27,66 .82,174 2955 'e1','e6,'i46,'1'e1, 174 Cobb, Cynthia ..... ,..... 44 , 45, 98, 104, 1 9 21 Cobb, Deborah .,..... ....... 3 1, 43, Cobb, Karin Kay ................ 82 Coca Cola Bottling Company ........ 98 Cochenour, Peggy .,,.... Cockrall, Rhonda ....... . ....... Cockrall, Rick ..... Coddington, Kenny , .. Coker, Keith ...,.. Cole, Donald .,... Cole, Kenny ..... Cole, Leslie Ann . . . Coleman, Rod .... Coleman, Terry . . . Coleman, Willie . . . Collier, Jamie .... Collins, Chuck .... Collins, Rita . . . , . Collins, Tommy 4, 2 197 ,174 .253 .....53, ,197 .197 ......212 .,.55.197 .,.32,197 ..........212 ..........,197 39,42,174 ....38,39,40,212 ...........197 .,.......212 ...39,74,174 ..........74,197 39,40,41,44,212 Index 263 264 Index Colurnbians ..... . Conger, Mike ......,. Collyge, Jeanie . . . .... 22, B5, 133, 170, 174, 235 154. ......,.....80,81 . . .96, 123, 140,174 Congour, Debbie ..... 33, 44, 45, 133, 145, 149, 154, 212 Conley, Patty ....... .... 1 49, 208, 212 Connaughton, Paul ..... ....... 4 1, 212 Connaughton, Teresa ............ 82, 175 Conrady, Mark .... ........123,140, 175 Constantino's .....,............... 246 Coon, Cathia ........ 44, 45, 149, 208, 212 Cooper, Cathye . . . ......... 17, 82, 175 Cooper, Keith ...... ..,... 3 8, 40, 175 Cooper, Robert .....,... Cooper, Toni ....,...... .. . . . . . .54, .76,88,158, 212 175 Cooperative Office Education ....... 78, 79 Copeland, Cathandra lEvansl ......... 175 Copeland, Hubert ..... ............. 1 97 Copeland, Lesia . . . ........ 103, 212 Copeland, Ray . . . .,... 122, 140, 175 Corbin, Brenda .., ....... 149, 158, 212 Core. Grady ........... 50, 54, 101, 107, 158, 170, 175 Cornell. Linda iFergusonl ...,...... 78, 88 Cotton Dou , 9 .......,... Coulson, Randy Coulson. Richard ...74,171,175 . ..,..... 84, 94, 123, 197 ...38,39,40,41, 91, 197 Counts, Terrie ..... ......... 2 12 Covey, Wayman ... , . . .76, 212 Cowan Jewelry .... ...... 2 51 Cowne. Neal .,.. .......... 2 12 Cox, Brenda . . .....,...... 212 Cox, Csolyn ..,. . . . 39, 42, 98, 110, 147, 197 Cox, Steve M. ..... .....,....... . .212 Crabtree, Laura .......,... .,.. . .98, 212 Craig, Jim ..........,........,... .175 cram, csthse .,...,. 33, ao, ss, 101, 10-1, Detweiler, Richard DeWitt, Dale ..,.... DeWitt Oldsmobile , . . . Diamond, Sandy . . . . Dickens, Teresa ..... Dickerson, Charlotte . Dickerson, Deborah . Dieckmann, Gail .... Dieckmann, Phillip ,. . ..... 198 ....29,84 .....33,80 142,154, ........249 .31, 176 176 .. ..82,103,159, ,,.......ss,as, . .29, 76, ae, 175, 176 198 176 Die Deutsche Gesellschaft .......... 84, 85 Dillard, Vicki ......... 149, 156,158,213 Dillon, Mickey ... ........ 82, 83, 177 DiIlon,Susan ..... ........... 1 08,213 Dimarob. Mario ,.......... ........ 2 13 Dinsmore, Cherie .......... .... 1 77 Distributive Education of America ..... Dobing, Mari .... , . . Dollens, Elizabeth . . . Donald. Barbara . . Donaldson, Jeri , , . Don Cluijote .,...,. Donovan, David ..., Club ......82.83 ........74,9o, . .,.. 42,43,e5, 177 198 .,..........112 .............86,87 198 .......122,140, Donray Outdoor Advertising . ...... . . Dooly, Lane ......, Dooly, Linda .... Dotv. David ....... .......,94,136, .....49,55,56, .229 198 177 . ........,.,... 213 Dougan, Fluzky ................... Douglas, Giff . Douglas, Mark Doville, Paula Dunn, Randy Duplantis,-Garrie .................. .213 . ....... ,39,41,54,55,98, 99, 157,158, 171,177 ............82,83,91, ......... ,.S4,74, 177 177 177 . .76 Durbin, Diana .................. 82, 177 Durbrow, Darrell . . . 86, 100, 101,107,154, 156, 157,158, 170,175,177 105,125,142,154,175, 254 Crank, Robin ......... 39, 42, 44, 45, 80, 101,104,161,175 Cravens, Martha ....... 80, 104, 157, Cravens, Sharon Crawley, Cindy Cretnik, Lucy . Crews, Stuart C, . . . 161,171,175, 1 60, 236 ............213 . .......,... 213 .247 Creative Jewelry Salon .......... . . . 38. 39. 42. 80, 101, 104,175 ..........85,197 criggsneadis .........,.. .175 Crisp, Sally . . . . . .80, 84, 85. 154, 155, 175 Criswell, Kathy .... , . .......,... 197 Criswell, Linda ..,. ...,........... 2 13 Cross. Greg .,... 176 Crouch, Cathy . . . . . ' ' I f:f12l,'7-i,'7s.'6d.' 176 Crouse, Julie .... .... 1 60,161,170,176 Crouse, Kenny . . ............... 213 Crovella, Tom ... ...... 91,122,123 Crow, Dr. Neil . . , ............ . .61 Cruce, Dan ..... . . .51, 53, 100, 198 Cruce, Martin . . . ...,, 94, 100, 176 Cruse, Michael . . , ............ .213 Culver, Jackie . . . .............. .213 Curlin,Sheri .. .. . 85,100,125, 150, 154, 198 Curry, Debbie ... ...... 44,45, 213 Cusick, Nancy ...,..... .... 3 8, 176 -D- Dahlem, Ricky .. ,...... 55, 213 Dahlem, Susan . . .... 42, 84, 198 Dairy Grand ...................... 233 Dalton, Claudia ..........,......... 213 Dalton, Paula ........,......... 31, 176 Dalton, Vivian ..... 150, 157, 194, 198, 228 Daniel, Charles ...,......,...,..... 213 Daniels, Kyle .... .......... B8 , 91 , 198 Davidson, Nancy . . . ..... 74, 158, 176 Davis, Becky .... ........ 1 49, 213 Davis, Bill ...... .........,.... 5 6 Davis, Brenda . . . .............. .198 Davis, Candace . , ..... 53, 54, 103, 161 Davis, Cheryl . . . ...... 44, 45, 208, 213 Davis, Deborah . , .... 80, 85, 104, 194, 198 Davis, Don ......... .......... 1 13, 198 Davis, Giy ............ 91,110,112.176 Davis, Janet .... 10 32 33 39, 'Ai,'zisi,'165, 156, 1'71,' 176 Davis, Jerry ..................,.... 213 Davis, Paul Dean ................... 198 Davis, Paula Jean . . . .... .198 Davis, Roger . . . 198 Davis, Ronnie .. . , . . ,123, 213 Davis, Terry .... ............ 2 13 Davis, Theresa . . . ............ .213 Davis, Tommy . . . ..........,. 8 2, 198 Davis, Vicki .... .... 90 , 149, 208, 213 Davis, Vickie ....,................. 198 Davison, Debra .................... 213 Dawson, John lSkipparl .... 38, 39, 41 , 44, 45, 198, 226 Dean, David ............,....... . .213 Dean, Geyla .... . . .44, 45, 98, 104, 213 Daeren, Pamela .............. 44 , 45, 213 Deaton, Houston . . . . ........... . .198 Decker, Wanda .... ............ 2 13 DeJesus, Mary .... , ...... ....... 2 13 Denham, Rohan Denton, Carolyn DePriest, Carolyn DaPriast, Janis . . .... 39,40,41, .... s2,a3,aa, ........ 110, . ..... 51,208 176 176 176 213 Durham, David . ..., 84,100,123,140,198 Durham, Robin .,............ 82, 83, 177 Dye, Susie , , .... .......... 2 13 Dyer, Steve ., .,..... .. .91, 175,177 Dyrhood, Marty ....... ...... 7 4, 198 -E- Eads, Bill ..... ......,.......... 1 98 Eakin, Ricky ..., ..... 1 23,132, 140, 213 Earnhart, John . . . ........,... 52, 198 East, Melanie ........... 44, 45, 149, 156, 158, 208. 209. 213 198 Eastwood, William .... ,........ .... Eaves, Karllnda ............. . . . .22, 213 Eckelhoff, Katie ........... 149, 208,213 177 Edwards, Charles Larry . ...... 85, 175, Edwards, Darrell ....... ......... 2 13 248 Edward's Funeral Home ........,.... Edwards, Shannon ..... . . . .90, 98, Edwards. Susie .......... Eichling, James ....... Electro Sales and Senrice ...,........ Elkins, Pam ............ B0,81,125, I n 154, 175, ......,27, , .... e, 53, 94, 213 213 213 .235 143, 177 EIk1ns.T1m . .......,,............. 177 Ellis, Carla ...................,.... 198 Ellis. Reyrl ..,..... 86, 149, 154, 213, 245 Elrnore's Record and Bible Shop ....,.. 228 Elser. Tom ..........,............ 198 EI Sombrero ................ . . . ,261 Embry, E. J. lCottonl ........ . .... 60, 61 Emmons, David ..... Engel, Debi . ..... . . England, Jodie . . . .,.. 80, 84, England, Laurie . . . .....,. . . .. .........,.140, Enoch. Beverly .......,........ 103, Erke, Brenda ........ 44, 45, 104, Esquire Jewelers .......... ..... Estep. Karen .... .... Estelb, Pamela .,.. Etzkorn, Anne . . . Evans, Lagusta ..... Evans, Linda .,.. . . 'fIffff.a2f ...31,149, 198 177 160,161, 177.232 ,...198 177 149,213 ... .252 149 214 177 214 .214 Evangel Temple . . . . Evans, Cindy ,... . . .ie,'e6.'1'sd,'1se 198 45,86,214 Evans, Madge . . . . Evans, Mike . . , Evarts, Bill . , . Evarts, Frank , . . Ewing, Barbara , . . . Ewing, Sharon . . . , . Ewing, Stan . . . . ... -F ""ffffIf1si,' .66 177 214 198 177 . ..... 198 . . .... 53, 198 Fairfield, Dee Ann ........ 38, 39, 42, 44, 45,90,101,104,107,147,158, Fairrell, Paul .........,........... Faith Assembly of God .... ........ Fallin, Tom ..,................. 82, Farmer, Brenda ......... , .... 31, 88, Farmer. Pat ...,.....,............ 198 .214 .255 177 177 .214 Farnsworth, R. Earl .. . 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,15, 62, 72,100.112,125 Farrar, Beverly . . . ....,.,..... .178 Faulkner, Barbara . . . ...... 44, 45, 214 Faust, Jim ....... ......, 2 08, 209,214 Fegans, Marshall ..........,., ..... Fantress Mortuary ................. i248 Ferrier, Laura ....... 84, 85, 104, 154, 198 Fiddelke, Debbie ...,,........... 43, 199 Fields, Cheryl . . . . .,........... . .214 Fields, Kathy ........ 38, 80, 85, 108, 178 Fields Radiator . . . ........... . . . . Fields, Terry .... Fine, Bill ..... 214 239 . . . .104, 136, 214 NL! "i 0 ,f 15,03 , 1 I gl, Finn, John .,.. Finney, Kathy .... Finney, Sherry L. .. Finnie, David ..... Fiori, Sammy ......, Firestone ..,........ First Baptist Church . .......,....178 .....103, 149,214 , .... 74,82,178 ..,..,...214 . ..... 255 First Baptist church-esriiita' . ., ...., 255 First Church ol God . . . . . .,,. .255 255 First Free will Baptist ciiiiisii , . , .,.., First Lutheran Church First National Bank . . . First Presbyterian Church . , . .....255 .255 First United Methodist church' f f f f f f f .255 Fisher, Linda ................ 44, 45, 214 Fisher, Ricky ..................... 214 Fitzgerald, Karen ..... ......... 1 49, 214 Fitzpatrick, Gary ...... 39, 40, 41, 44, 214 Flash TV Sales and Service ........... 235 Flake, Clara ......,.. Flat-ta, James ........ Flatts, John ... Flocks, Carl .... Flocks, Sammy .,.... Floyd, Elaine ....,.. Floyd, Gordon . 33, 96, .31, 82, 8,169,178 ..........75,214 ..........7-1,199 ....122,178 .......22,90,214 101,104,105,159, 171,175,178,254 Floyd, Janet ,... . . Floyd, Lea Anne . . . Floyd, Scott .... Floyd, Stanley . . , , ...... 178, . . . .85, 194, 192 199 . ...,...., 214 ...,39,41, 214 Floyd, Wallace ... ...... . . .58 Ford, Dale M. .......... ........ 6 6 Forsgren Brothers ........ . . .239 Fort Smith Maytag Home A ppliance Center ............... 249 Fort Smith Office Supply ............ 229 Fort Smith Saving and Lo Fort Smith Surgical Supply .........,. 229 Fort Smith Vehicle Appliance Center . . Fort Smith Youth String Orchestra ...... 47 Foster, Benny ............. , ....... 199 an League . , .246 .243 199 178 149, 158 214 Foster, Beth ............ 85, 90, 194, Foster,Jane . .... ........ 4 3, 80, Fowler, Mary B. . . . . . 44.45, 114, 156, 157, Frame, Thurman . . . ....... . . . . Francis, Brenda .... ...... 9 0, Francis, Geraldine .... Francis. LaDonna . . Franks , Nancy ..... Franks, Theodore . . Frazier, Ddubie .... Frederiksen, Jerry ..ffffffsid.' ....9s,199, 'IIIiItis.' 214 199 178 270 214 214 199 Freeman, Mrs. Halen .... Freeman, Lee Ann . . . Freeman, Marilyn . . . ....... 103, French, Robbie . . . French, Scott . . . Frisby, Pam . . . . Fritz, Sharon ...., .......63 , ......,. 78 178 ......44,45,214 ....82,91,178,251 ......44,45,214 .,.,...98,208,214 Fuchs, John ....... . .,.. 39, 41, 85,199 Fulbright, Terry , . . . ......... . . . .82 Fuller, Michael . . . ............. .214 Furlow, Ramona ......... 38, 39, 42, 107, 157, 1 78 Future Business Lead Future Teachers of A ers of America ..... 88 merica ........... 90 9- -G- Gabbard, Brenda .... Gebbard, Ricky . . . Gaines, Brian ...,... Gallaher, James ...,. Galloway, Dave ..... Galloway, Karen .,.. Gammill, Cindy . . , Gann, Tarica ....... Gardner, Danny Gardner, Major Joseph Gardner, Scott . . . . . Garcia, Debbie ..... Garner, Mary .... Garner, Steve .... Garrett, Tim ....... Gxrison, Dr. C. B. .. Gaunt, Roger .... Gazzola, Jerri . . . Gean, Ellen ... Gean, Melissa ..,... . . . ,53, 108, 199 .50,53,54, 199 ,.38, 40, 54, 100, 178 . .........,.... 199 80,98,150,160,161, 178,236,260 .. ..... 157,214 .41,'l99 ...... 29,69 .... 41,214 . ...... 178 . .,... 82,178 .........,..178 ....123, 140,199 .....,...58,59 . ........... 199 ..........104,214 74,156,178 ...,.44,45,86, 125, 149,214 230 Geran Cash Register Company ....,... Getz, Debbie ...,... Giacopazzi, Candy . . Gibbs, Jackie. .,.,. . Gibson, Rickey , . . Giles, Donald Ray . .. GiIIen,Kim Gilyard, Julia lSisayi . .178 ......94,199 ........32,199 ...39,40,41,44, 156,157,214 ..,,.......103,214 Gilyard, Ronnie ....... . ......,.... 214 Gilyard, Tony . .... . Ginger, Donnie ..... Gist, Steve ........ Glas, Michael ...... . ..122,132, 140,149 91,110,123,140,178 ...,...........214 Glenn, Ronald ..................... 214 Goddard United Methodist Church ..... 255 Goforth, Diana ....,........ .10, 31, 178 Gomes, amy ...................... 214 Golden, Ramona .... 43, 103, 147, 157, 199 Gooch, Patsy ................ 78, 88, 178 ,-... . ,537 Gooch, Paula ........... Goodman, Robin . . .29, 1 Goodman, Carla Goodson, David Goodwin, John . . . Gordey, William Gordon, Amelia Gordon, Denise .... . . Gordon, Richard .44,45, 110,214 01,123,140,199 . . 38, 39,42, 88, 194,199 ....85,94,199 .. . .49, 55, 214 .....55,97,178 .....30,43,199 .38,39,40, 101. 113,175,179 Goswick,-Mrs. Ann ...........,... 21, 66 Grace, Clifton ................... 62, 63 Grace Independent Baptist Church ..... 255 Grace, Jimmie . , .....,..,. 33, 74, 80, 81, 107,160,161, 179, 234 Graham, Greg .,........,.......... 199 Grand Avenue Baptist Church .,.. . . .255 Grand Bakery ..................... 258 Grand Rapids Furniture ........,.... 256 Grant, John .................... 82, 179 Graper, Gayle .......,.... 78. 79, 88, 179 Gr er Jud ..... 50, 54, 199 39 1 Y--V Graves, Glenda .. Gray, Cathy . . . . . Gray, Cindy ..... . . Grayston, Gary . . . Green, David . . . Green. Leatha ,... Green, Nancy .... Greenlee, Cindy ........ Greenlee, Debbie .....,.. Greenwood Barber Shop . . Greer, Mari .......... 74 Griffin, Letha .....,.... Griffin, Tom . .. Griffith, Cheryl . . . . . Griffith, Donna .... Griffith, Rochelle .... Grigsby, Mrs. C. E. ... Grisom, Vonetta . . Grober, Mrs. Eloise . . . Gudgeon, Barry .... ., 34, 43, 94, 97, 194,199 ...........214 ..29,82,88,179 . .... ..55,214 ...31,199 .....49,54,214 ...........179 .'ee.'ed,'icii .243 179 ...........107 ...........214 . aa, 39, 42, .. ,44, 45, . . , . .43, . . .74, . . . .21 . . ,47, 179 214 199 .66 199 ,66 214 Guinn, Brenda .... ..,,....... 2 14 Gunselman, Gary . . , ...... 55, 91, 179 Gunselmen, Flay . .. .... 54, 91,107,179 Gwaltney, Sandy . . . .......... 10, 199 -H- Haaser, Cash .,........ ,94, 123, 140, 214 Hachtmeyer, P999Y ........... 42, 74, 179 Hacker. David ..... ............. 1 99 Hager, Sheila .... .......,.. S 0, 200 Hager, Sherry . . . .... 44, 45, 85, 214 Hall, Brenda . , . ..... 85, 90. 179 HaIl,Cindy . . ......... 214 Hall, Diane .. ........... 214 Hall, Greg ..... . . .,......... 214 Hall, Janice .... ....... 5 1, 110,179 Hall, Opal ..... .... 44 , 45, 110, 214 Hall, Renee ...... ............. 2 00 Halverson, David ..... .,... 39 , 41, 200 Hamilton, Betty , ..... ......,, 2 00 Hamilton, Issac Eugene . . . ....,. .214 Hampton, Donald ..... ......... 3 4 Hampton, Paul ...... ........ , .214 Hampton, Sherrill .... ..... 8 0, 85, 90, 150, 194, 200 Hancock's Fabrics . . . . ,... . , . . . .240 Hardee. Gene ...., . ..,.... 179 Hardin, Bettye . . . .... 31, 214 Hardwick, Mike ...... .... 1 03, 179 Hardwick, Sandra .... ........ 2 00 Hardwick, Sisy .... ......... 1 03, 110 Hzgis, Terissa .... ...... ........ 2 00 .....44,45,85, 149,158,20B,215 Harman, Pam . . . . . . . Harper, Mandee .. , .... 33, 149, 208, 215 Harris, Bobby . .. ...... 122, 140, 179 Harris, Eloise ,,., ..,...,..... 2 15 Harris, Ira ..,. ..... 1 22, 215 Harris, Marvel , . ...... 215 Harris, Pat ...... .... 5 4, 200 Harris, Rose ..... ..... 1 80 Harris, Stephen . . . .... . .200 Harsh, Molly ..... .... 1 8, 66 Hartgraves, Ester .... , . . ,215 Hartgraves, Hester . . . ..... .215 Hartley, Bob ................... 12, 215 Hartsock, W. James ................. 215 Hanfey, Toni .,...... 22, 90, 110, 150, 180 Harwood, Barry ,....,,....... .136, 180 Hatch, Susan .... .............,,. 4 2 Hatfield, Sandy ... .... 158, 208, 215 Hatfield, Valerie .... ..... 7 6, 88, 180 Hattabaugh, Gina ... . ......... . . .180 Hausler, Tina ............ 30, 74, 157, 200 Hawkins Company .........,..,.... 248 Hawkins, Lucia ...... 104,105,1S0,1S Hayden, Melissa ..... Haynes, Cheryl ...... Hays, Becky ...... . . 147,148,159,160,161 Hays, Linda ......... Head. Angela ....... . Head, Mrs. Mary Julia . . . Hedges, David ....... Heidenthal, Linda .......... Heim, steve , ......, 84, 104, Heinold, Mrs. Robert J ............. ,... . 10, 33, 80,B5, 1, 170, 175. 180, 248 , ..,.......... 215 ..80,107,110,112, ,170,180,252 ...........22,260 ....65,103 .215 . 33, 90, 156. 158, 215, 235 Helton, Shirley . ..,.....,...... 157 Helen's Inc. . ....... . Hendershot, Randy ..... Henderson Corporation . . . . Hendricks Hills United Methodist Church Hendrickson, Gail ................. Henson, Janey ....... 39, 80, 160, 161 Harshel, Linda ...........,........ v , . 123, 140, 200 .6, 63 180 . . . . .2252 .215 247 .255 .215 180 ',215 Heson, Vickey Hewitt, Onnie ... Hibbs, Tami . , . . Hickey, Ray .... Hicks, Debbie ,.,. Hicks, Elizabeth . . Hicks, Judy ..... Hicks, Kathy .... Hicks. Pam ..... . Hile, Mrs. Ruby . .. Hill, Anita ..,... Hill, Monica .... Hinds, Marcia ... Hinkle, Juanita Hinkle, Wanda ....... ..,. ....,...84, ....122,140, ..,..44,45. 200 180 215 .........200 ........215 ....215 ....200 . . . . . .31 I f f I f44,'4s I I I I isifsi 200 ,215 . .66 , 215 .215 180 ....,..,,15,66 Hinton-Cox Pontiac ,... ..... ..... Hirams, Beverly Bonita . . . Hixson, Guy ..... . .... . Hi-Y . Hobbs, Danny . . . Hobbs, Gary ,... Hobbs, Phillip .... Hoffman, Randy . . . . 103, 147, 180 .243 .215 ...91,92,93 .. ,..74,82,1B0 Hoffman, Ted ......... ....... . 82 Holfsommer, Bruce ..... Hogue, Christine ..., . , Hogue, Wilma .... ... Holcomb, Susan . . Holland, Marty . . . Holmes, Richard Home Economics . . . Hon, Thomas .... Honey, Theresa ..... Hoopaw, Glenn E .... Hopkins, Patrick Hopwood, Lester .33 ...,...215 ......215 ,180 .103,110,169,180 .....76,1C3,180 ........43,97,200 ......38,2O0 .. ..... .58 ....30,31 ...,....21,67 .,..........181 215 ....as-J, 41,94,.1S1 ,........82,181 266 Index Hopwood, Rozan , . Horne, Janice .... Hornor, Joyce .... Hornor, Fam ... f.ffs1' ...ffffie Houston, Joan .... ..... 3 3, 110, Houston, Richard . . . . 181. .74,123, 140. .200 200 1.215 181 112, 245 200 Houston, Steve ,... ...... 5 5, .1 13, 215 Howard, Bobby . .....,..... 200 Howard, Daymon ..,, 215 Howard, Duane . ..., 215 Howard, Dwight .... 215 Howard, John .. ..., 215 Howard, Joslyn ...........,.,...... 175 Howard, Loretta .... , ..........,.., 200 Howe, Margie ..... 10, 33, 30, 85,160,161 167,181, 243, 259 Hoyle, Cindy . . , .......,. 150. 194,200 Hubbard, Garre . . . , ....,... . . . .215 Hubbard, Ronald ..... 74, 76, 102, 103 131 Hubbard, Valyce ....,.............. 200 Hudson, Mike , , 85,156,171,175, 181, 249 Huff, Deborah .... ............. 2 15 Huffman, Dennis .... 94, 140 200 Hughes, Cheryl . ..., 44, 45 215 Hughes, Janice . . . . 43, 85,156, 157, 158 200 Hulse, Gwen ,...,. ............. 9 8, 215 Humble, Julia ,...,........ 107,157,181 I-iundleyawilliams Advertising Agency . . .253 Hunt, Phillip ..........,.. 34,91,94, 200 Hunt, Steve ....,... ..,..... , 67 Hunter, Joyce ......... . . .82, 200 Hunter, Sherry .,...,.., ......., 2 00 Hunt's Department Store ..........., 234 Hurst, Keith ......... . . .132, 154, 215 Huse, Mary ......... .,,.,.. 9 7,181 Hutchcraft, Charles .. . ..... 82, 200 Hutchinson, Karen ,., ..,.. 181 Hyde, Jeanne . .. . . . .. ,lc Ichniowski, Larry ....., Immaculate Conception Catholic Church ..... Immanual Baptist Church .... lndustr' Industrial Arts Club ........ Ingram, Cynthia ual Arts . .... . .,..... ....30 . . .181 ...215 255 .....,..255 ...,..34,35 .,....94,95 158 43. 200 Inman, Byron .... ............ 2 00 Inman, Cindy .. . ........ 42 200 Inman, Flandall ... ,...,. ........ . 181 Irons, Steve ...,. .......... 9 6, 104, 215 Ising, Christy .... .... 4 2, 43 85, 158 200 -J- Jackson, Gordon . . ............ 181 Jacobs, Janice ,., ,..,103, 169 181 Jacobs, Vickie . .. ....... 103, 215 James, Charles . ., ,, ..,.. , .215 James, Jerome . . . ..... .200 James, Olean .... ........ 2 01 Jedlicka, Jack ... ..... .51 216 Jeffcoat, Steven . . ........ 32, 34, 181 Jan's Restaurant . . ...,..,,.,...,. 230 Jennings, Jim ... ,.., 27, 74, 85, 91,157, 160,161,170,181 Jennings, John .. ....,. 158,194, 201 Jensen, Brenda . . ............ 201 Jensen, Leonard ,.,,.....1B1 Jernigan, Gail ............. .... 6 6,67 Jewel Box ........,.,....... ,.... 2 41 Jimmie Taylor and Company . John's Auto Parts .......... Johns, Peggy ....,,..,..., Johnson, Billy ..... .... Johnson, Frank ... Johnson, Jerry . . . , ,66 .. ..... 241 ,.,...240 . . .208 216 ........82 216 ,-67,-1.035113 V it i if , cfs. safe' ff 2-4 I I ,M J0hl'lSOrl, Linda . . . , ...,.. 80,104,181 Johnson, Michael ....,...... 64,123,132 Johnson, Nancy ..,.. 33, 80, 98, 104,105. 108,147, 201, 270 Johnson, Norma ......,..........., 216 Johnson-Sayers Photo Supply ......... 257 Johnson, Stephen ........... . . .76, 82 Johnson, Sylvia ............ .... 2 01 Johnston, Janet ......,... ........ 1 81 Johnston's Quality Flowers ..,,...,,.. 235 Jones, Becky ..,,. .......... 8 4, 149, 216 Jones, Ben ,............ .....,. 2 9 181 Jones, Mrs. Betsy . . . ....,, , .63 Jones, Brenda .... ,... . ,..216 Jones, Cheryl . . , .... 158, 181 Jones, Cindy ..,. .,.., ..216 K. ,-. 1 1 s' 1 t Jones, David ... ......... 40, 113, 214 Jones, David ... ,,,.6, 39, 53. 113, 181 Jones, Debbie .... ......,.....,. 2 01 Jones, Donna ..... ..,.,...,.... 2 16 Jones Donna Jean . .. .... 43, 74,80, 182 Jones Eugene . . . , ...,... 76, 201 Jones Gregory . . . ....... .182 Jones Harry .... . , . .103, 216 Jones James .... .....,...,..,,.. 2 01 Jones Johnny . .. .......... 34,136, 216 Jones Linda . ...... 31,158,160,161,182 Jones Pamela ... ..,........... 32,182 Jones, Patricia ,... ............ 4 7,201 Jones Richard ... .,... .,,.216 J0n2S, Roy ....., ,..,...,.... . 216 Jones, Stephen A. ... .... 82, 83, 158,201 Miller Cath Jones, Steve D. . . Jones, Teresa .... Jordan, Linda . .. Jordon, Jimmy . . Jordon, Wayne . . Journalism ..... Judkins, Carol ...... Judkins, Thomas .... Junior Exchange . . . ..,.....,.201 ...,,....31,182 .........149,216 ....29,82,83,182 ..,.........216 ........32,33 ......,216 ....94,182 Junior ROTC ..... ...,....... 2 9 Jurney, Josephine ... .. .74, 80, 98, 99, 104, 158, 201 -K- Kaelin, Cecelia . . Karrant, Beka . . . Kauiman. Cathy . .....,,..,.....67,97 182 ...74,75,110, ......,.....182 Kaufman, Randy ...... ....,. . 22, 76,216 Kau ndart, Gayle Kaundart, Wesley Kaundart, Wyatt , . . Keck, Nancy ,.. , Kell, Johnny , . Kelton, Diana . . . Kelton, Kim . . Kern, Larry . ..,. . . Kesner, Rosie ..... Key Club ......... Key, Jimmy ....., Key Rexall Drug Store . . Kidder lnsurance ...... ..33,104,128,131,140, 160, 151, 175, 182 ....122,132,140,201 ..,.32,194, 201, 241 . . . .31,44, 45, 216 ,... .98, 149. 208, 216 , ..,.,.........,. 82 ...,..33,80,B4,133. 143, 148,154, 182,241 . ...,... .....,.. 1 00 ........,:...76,216 ......239 ....228 Lang, Toni ..... Langham, Bruce . . Langhorne Terr ....44,45,110,156, 158, 208,216 ... 38, 39, 44, 45, 182 95. 148, 149, 208, , y ..,.., Larsen Bt Wear ..,.. .... , , .... . . , LaSalla, Debra , . ,. Lasey, Janet .... Lasiter, David ..... LaVallee, Terry ..., Lawson, Pat lPowersl . Lawson, Sherree . . . Lawton, Sherrie . . LeCercle Francais . . Ledbetter, Kathy . . Ledbetter, Peggy . . . Lee, Mrs. Julia ..,. Lee, Marilyn .... Lee, Rhonda .... Lefevre, Peter .... Lenington, John .. Leonard, Randy , . Lewis, Mark . , , . Likens, Danny , ., Lile, Eddie ... Lilly, Lynn ..,., Lincoln, Mark ... Lindsey, Gena , . . Linson, Larry Little, Darrell ,.. Littleton, Rod . . . . ,..,, ..,.. 9 7 . . . .80,85, 150 194 . ......... 55,85 216 .253 182 156 , 201 201 , ..... ,78,79.88 182 ....82, 110,201 ....38,85, 150, 194,201 ....,..98,99 ., .,.,.. 51,216 .....78,88, 183 ..,.......66,67 , ...,..,... 31,103 85,150,151,160, 161,167,183 ............201 ..,....67,86 ........82 ...122,216 ....,.216 .....,201 .....,....,.183 ...........55,216 ..,...,.,.,.216 113,122,140, 183 ...,..,...91,183 .. ....... 76,183 Kidder, Kary .,......... 85, 158, 194, 201 Kimberling, Sharon Kaye .,...... 158, 201 Kincannon, Cynthia ,...... . .8D, 81, 122o5I. 143, 194, Kindle, Gwendolyn . . . . ....... 78, 182 KMQBNV ......... .......... H King, Jim ...... ,. ...,..... 157,182 Kious, Larry .... ........ .... 2 2 , 216 Kirby, Lee Anne . Kirk, Carol ..... . . . . .44,45,94, 149,216 ,6,64,67 Kirk, Delbert ..............,.. Kirkpatrick, Lynn . .,..... 38, 80, 85, 104, 160,161,182,253 Kleinschmidt, Ann ................. 201 KIeinschmidt,Jim ... ............ .216 Klinginsmith, Jerry .... , ..,..., 67 Klyne, Linda ......... ...., 1 49, 216 Klyne, Ricky ...... Knauls, Victor . . . Knight, Clyde ... Knight, Mark .... Knotts, Roy . . Kocher, Sara .... ,..33,110,149,208, .......216 .....,.41 ....201 216 216 Koop, Oteka ...,.........,........ 201 182 Kralicek, David ..........,...,.. 82, Kremer, Barbara .... Kutait, Mrs. Elveda Kutait, Ralph .... , , Kymer, Ricky ... Labahn, Sheri . , . Lairamore, Diana Lamb, Flick ..... Lamon, Bill ..... Lancaster, Scheral Land, Linda .... Landrum, Leslie . Lane, Debbie .... ...,..149,216 ..........15,67 ,,..110,140,182 .,,..,,..,201 -L- ...,74, 147,194,201 .......55,91, 216 .,..........201 .....44, 45,149,216 ........,..47,104,216 ..78 79 80 88 --1.04,.147,160,1'61,'182 Lobdill, Sherrie ... Lockerd, David Lockhart, Missy .....QffQQffi:i:ifei 44, 45,125,158 Lockhart, Kirby .,..,...,. 104, 122, 183 Logan, Glenda .,.. Logan, Teri , . . . . Longoria, Sylvia , . Lonsway, John . , , Looney, Robert . . Lopez, Connie .,.. Loum, Larry .... Love, Carolyn . . . Love, David ..... Love, Dorothy . . . Lovett, Andy , , . Lowder, Sandra . . . If QIfAifed.'1isQ Lowther, Peter ........... 74, 85,94 Loyd, MSG William . . . Lucas, Donald ....,. Ludlow, Tony .... Lu nney, Lisa .... 183 ,-216 ,216 140, 270 2216 201 ..,,..,.....201 ........27183 .,,..82 201 ....42,201 .......,B4,202 ......,..42,183 ,...44,45,158 216 ....-......216 .,.......85,202 .202 ..,...,...29,69 154,216 i I I fed.'1'e6,'194 , 202 Lux, Debbie .... ..., ..,.. 44 , 45. 216 Lux, Jane .... .,..42, 43, 74, 147, 202 Lux, Ramona ., ...... 38, 80, 85, 194,202 Lynn, Francene . . . .,...,........ .216 Lyons, Andrew ..,,.,.......,.,.... 183 Lyons, James . ....., . . .... 216 -M- Mabry, Jeanette ..... .... 2 02 Mack's Auto Parts ,.. Macy, Mark ..... . Maddox, Gene .... Madison, Pam . , . Maestri, Larry ..,. Magness, Debbie .... Mahaney, Katie .. . Mahone, Regina . . Mahoney, Tim .... , .... 242 . ..... 202 ....149 .......,216 110 f1ff.a2 216 216 183 ........216 .....53, 202 Mainus, Nolan .,.. Mallard, Larry ... Mallard, Ronnie ,.. Manager, Michael . . Manning, Regina ,.. Mantooth, Jim .... Marable, Cedric .... Margo's La Mode. . . Marion, Donald .... Marrow Bt Son .... Marrs, Mike .... Marsh, Bennie .... Marsh, Glenda .... Marshall, Jerry . . . ....,..140,202 ...123,140,216 ......,...202 ........202 ....76,202 .....216 ....,..224 ........216 .....,...,257 ....94,95,96, 154,155,202 ..........202 .....216 .......,...183 Martin, Bob ..,.... .......,.. 9 1,183 Martin, Charolette ........,......,.. 202 Martin, Chris ...... . . .39, 110, 194, 202 Martin, David .,.. ...,...,..... 2 02 Martin, Kevin , . .... 76, 84, 85, 202 Martin, Kirk .., .,.94,104,123, 140, 202 Martin, Mary . .. Martin, Nina ..... Martin, Rusell ... Martin, Ruth .,... Martin, Tommy .... Martin, Veronica .. . Martin, Wendell ..,. .....,..216 ..,..216 .....216 ....,...42 ....104,202 ..........216 .....3B,40,74, 91, 183 Mask, Carolyn .... ..,. 3 1, 44, 45, 216 Mask, Debbie ..... ........ 3 1, 183 Mase Edna Earle .. ..... 38, 41,42, 67 43 y, . Masey, Wanda ..,.. Masterson, Nathan . . . Mathews, Brenda . . , Mathews, Mike .... Mauldin, Debbie . . . Maxay, Susan .... May, Margaret .... Mayberry, Kim . . . Mayfield, Dan .... Mays, Gloria ..... Mays, Marv ....... McAdams, Robert ..,. ,202 ...202 . . 30,202 , . . ,53, 216 ...216 ...42, 202 .. . . .202 ...184 ..........202 .....,.....217 ....76,103,158 ,. . .39,40,85,91, 100, 184 McAllister, Doug ............ 91, 96, 110, 112,123,140,184 McBride, Kim .... ....... 3 9, 167,184 McCabe, Linda . . . ...,...,......, .184 McCain, Bill ... ,.... 96,122,140,184 McCartt, Mary .... McCartt, Carol .,.. McCarty, Mrs. Helen . .. McCarviIIe, Bonnie . . . McClanhen, Ronny ... McCoIIom, Keith . . . . ..80,101, 140,184 .......38,39.42, 158, 202 .....15,67 .....47,202 ..........217 ....39,41,90, 194, 202 McCord, Charles ... .... 41, 217 McCorkle, Mike ..,. .............. 2 U2 McCoy, John .........,......... 82, 202 McCray, Suzanne ..... 54, 80, B7, 157,202 McDade, Lynn . . . .............., .202 McDaniel, Joe ..... . .... . ..... 75,202 McDaniel, Mark , . . . McDonald, Bill . , . .....217 .,,..184 McDonald, Ruby ...... ....... 1 84 McDonald, Susan . . ..... ..., 1 07. 203 McDonald, Mrs. Susan .... . ,.... 67, 88 McDonald, Tom ....... McDonald, Virginia , . . . . McEwen, Kelsey ....... 104, McGee, Nancy ,..,.. . . . McGill, Patricia ...,..,. McKenzie, Ken .. McKinney, David McKinney McKinney, Doug ..... McKinney, Kenny McKinney, Sharon . . . McKinney, Steve , . . . McKinzie, Cynthia ..... McLeod, Sandra . . . . . Donna ..... . ......,.140,203 ...,........217 6, 39, BO, 98,101, 160,161, 175,185 ..33,80, 194,203 ..,.76,103,125, 169.184 . .,.,.,..... 184 ....6, 50, 53, 54, 101,104, 140,184 ,.......123 .........156 .....44,45,217 ....,.29,82,184 ..53, 56,108,184 .....44.45,104, 107, 217 McMurry, Brenda ..,.... ......... 5 1 McMurtery, Henry ....... .... 5 5, 203 Mead Containers Div. of the Mead Corp. ..... ....... 2 47 Meador, Don ...,..... Meadows, Zandra .. Medarac, Joe ...... Medley, Sharon ...... Meek, Georgianna .... ....140,184 ........,..217 ...123, 140,203 ..........42,203 ....44,45, 84, 85, 149, 217, 253 Meek, Sarah .......... 38, 39. 74, 80, 85. 156,160, 161,167, 185, 253 Meeks, Steven .........,.....,..,.. 203 Meimerstorf, Mickey . , .... . .132, 140, 203 Melton, Harold .....,........... 55, 217 Melton, Sandy ...... , ...,....... 76 185 Merchant's National Bank ........... 2230 Middleton, Art .......... 38, 90, 157, 185 Middleton, Steven .....,........ 140. 185 251 Midland Bowl ..,.....,.,.......... Midland Hts. United Methodist Church ............., 255 Midwest Hardwear 81 Sporting Goods . . .231 MiIam,Janet .........,...., 80,85.107, 194,203 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Mnmn Miller, Millica John .... Kelly . . . . . . Mrs. Maxine . ,. Mickey , .... . Norman .... Pam ..... Phillip . , . Ricky ..,,.. n, Brenda . , . Milliken, Don ... Mills, Terri ....... . Mingo, Geraldine ..., Mingo, Ora Lee ..., Minor, Minor, Dawn , . , . Shirlee . . , Mitchael, Ken . . . Mitchell, Chris. . . Mitzel, Robert . ,. Mize, Reba ,... Mizell, Pam ...... . Mobley, Carolyn . . . Moffett, Gaye ,,..... Montgomery, Sharon . Moon, Moon, Moore Moore Moore Laverna ...,.. Lavonna ...,. , Bill .,... , Dale .... Fritzie . . . Moorei Gary . . Moore, James . . . Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore ,Jerry .... , Kay ....... ,Mrs. Laura . .. , Terrv Lee . . , , Vanessa . . . , , ,Wilhelmina . ,. Morgan, Bill .,..... Morris, Mrs. Betty . . . Morris, Butch ...., Morris, Steve . .1..,.. Morton, Mrs, Mavis . . , Moses, James ...,... Moses, Rita ....,.. Mos, Patti ,,.,... . . Mourton, Beverly .... Mr. Rob's Dry Cleaners Mu Alpha Theta ...., Mudge Mudge t, Salley . . t, Vicky . . Mullins, Ray .. Musset, Kobi .,.. Musse!,Tiii ... . , .. -N Nalley, Diane ....... Napier, Elizabeth ..., National Honor Society Nauck e, Nancy ...... Neal, Bertha . . Neal, Brian . . . Neely, James .... Neff, Sandy . . . Neff, Steve . . . Nelson, Bill ...... Nelson, Linda .,,... Newman, Lou Anne . Newton, Debbie . . .. Newton's Jewelers , . . Nice, John ..., ...,. Nicho Nicho Nicho lsBmy..H Is, Cathy , . . ls, Marquita ... . ,.... .... 5 3. 74, 90, 96, 171., 185 3 21 .25 .,...82,157,185 ., ....... 217 ......,217 ........108,203 . ..,..,,.... .217 ....82,83,158,203 .......203 .,.,42,203 ..,....31 .,,....217 ,...55,217 ,.....94,203 ..,.33,74,185 ..........217 ...,..44,45,90, 107,110,217 .......82,203 .. , ......... 203 .....B8,158,185 . ..... 88 185 .....l.217 .122 .185 .203 .203 .68, 90 . ,..74, 217 . .63 217 A-6203 217 H-:203 jlfid. .68 203 .217 66. 68 .,..,.136,217 ..,..,......185 .....B5, 147,203 .. .....,. 82,185 ......101 .......217 ....74,185 .....,203 ...,203 .. ..,.217 .. .......,. 217 ......80,104,142, 154,185 ....,.3'l,203 , ........ 217 . . . . .68, 94, 95 ....,.44,45,B6, 110,149,217 ....91,110,185 .........203 ...,.....217 ..,..,....,203 .....78,88,185 232 , ....... 2 17 ......,..185 ....,44,45 217 . .,...... 203 185 Nicodemus, Ronald... ., .....82, Nigh,Betsy ........ ..... 8 O,85,104, 150, 154, 203 Nixon, Richard ..,...,... 53, 54,1B5, 258 Nolte, Cathy ........,..........,.. 154 Northside Confederation of Black Students ..,,..,..,... 102, 103 Nowaeka, Karen ......... :sa,so,e6, 104, 157, 194, 203 Nusser, Jan ,.. ... ..,.. 44, 45,104, 156, 158, 217 -O O. B. Williamson ..,.. ....,..,. 2 59 Ohm, Ralph , ..,. . . .29, 123, 217 O'Kelly, Renita ... .,.. .203, 245 Oliver, Carla .,.. ,..150,203 Oliver, Kevin ,... . .... 103,203 Oliver, Lesa ..,.. ......,... 2 17 Oliver, Paul , ..... ..,. 9 1,136,185 Oliver, Mrs. Polly , . . O'Mall ey, Mary Ornar's Sportsman ...... O'NeaI, Alan ...... .....44,45,104, 110,149,208,217 .........,..227 . .,.,.....,., 185 O'Neel Florist ....,.......,...,.... 243 Organ, Sheila .....,..,.... 32, 33, 80, 84, 105, 160, 161, 185, 254, 257 Orme, Danny ,...... 9 4,96,123,140,203 Orrell, Debbie , ...,,............... 217 Osborne, Joe . ,...,...,.... .,... . ..217 Osterhout,William . . ....,........ 186 Outley, Teena ..,........,......... 204 Overstreet, Cheryl ..,... 85, 104, 147, 156, 158,194, 204, 227, 258 Owen, Cinda , .......... 42,150,194, 204 Owen, Dr. Johnny . .. .......... 58, 59 , y . . . Miller, Ceborn . . ........217 185 .. . .29, 76. Index 267 268 Index Owen, Randall . , Owen, Robin , . .. Palmer, Dlane . .. Palmer, Herbert . . Para Medical Club Parish, Carol .... Parish, Harold ,.. Park, Debbie .,.. Parker, Harold . . . Parker, Kyle . . Parker, Ray . .. Parker, Tom . . Parks, Dana . . . ....,39.40. .....44,45, Lp, 186 217 ......103 ......217 ....,,, .106 Parks, Melody ..... Parrish, Arlene . . Parsons, Beatrice , . . , Parsons. Dora .... Parsons, Joe . . . . Partners in Christ ...102,103,' 194. .......122, 140, . . ,.21, 31,44, 45, f f i1-22,-1.40,.1.57i ...........41, 107 107, 204 186 217 218 ,'218 218 .....B0,85,101, 133.150,154,204, 104, 245 218 .. ...... 218 ........218 31.218 . . . . . .218 Pat Malone Jewelry . . . Pate, Cindy ..,,,.., Patterson, Calvin .... . Patterson, Glenda Patterson, Patricia 109 ......231 .....51,204 .........5B.59 ...........186 .218 Patton, Lois ........,,. 86, 159,171, 186 Paul1ne's Sportswear ..,....,...,.,.. 226 Pearce,Cal .........,, 38,ZB,41,55,98, 113, 175, 186 Peel, Robert ..,. .... 18,58,69,157, 158 Pence, Cindy ...........,......, 84, 204 Pence, Peggy .,..,.....,. 44, 45, 104,218 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company ,....,... 232 Perea, Mike .........,.........,... 218 Perkins, Leonard . . .. ......,,,.. ....32 Perry, Donna . .... ...,... 8 0,85, 150, 194,204 Perry, Laura . . . .,.. 31,103,150, 204 Peters, Buddy -. ...... ..... 8 2,186 Peters, Susan . , . ....,..,... .204 Peterson, David . . . Peterson, Don .. .. Peterson, Tim .... . . Pettway, Sheila , , , Petway, Belinda . . Petway, Glenda , . . Phillips, James .... Phil Ott Jeannie . Q 1105 D . Phoenix Fashions Pierce. Daniel .... . . Picket t,Greg ...., . . Pittman, Danny . .. Pittman, Donna . .. Plant, Plunkett, Wade . James... ...,33.105 Plugge, Mrs. Betty - ..,... . . Poise'n'1vy . .. Pollock, Ann . . . Poole, Poole, Deborah . . . . . . Demetrius Poole, Rita Faye Porta Porter Porter Porter Posey, BarrBO Drive In ,,.,. ,Cheryle ...... 44, 45 , Elaine ..........,, .Patti.. Kathy . . . .... . . .. .....110, .....91, Usa, 208, I f f f I 151, 38.w.-12, ,113,157, ,..50, sa, 1 f i I f 174. .96. 140. 1f11fI92, ,i1'94.204. i 1552971 149,20a, l1'0C1,A1-57, ,'1'04,'1'49, .-..157, .107, 194, ..,..11O, Posey, Regina . . Pose Snedrick Y. . . . Post, Lynne .... Potts, Lynette .... Pouland, Farley . . . Powell, Pam , . . Powers, Cary n Poyner, Pauline Prado, James . ,... Presley , Charles Presson, Hazel , . . . Preston, Shirley Price, Scott , . . . Price, Vicki ... Prince Drugs ... Prizina, Trudy ,... Pruitt, Sherry .... Pschier, Brenda Pugh, David . , . Pulse, Terry . . . 218 186 218 .204 218 186 186 218 .242 2 2 .186 186 . .82 225 . .68 .235 104, 218 .204 186 .218 .256 218 186 204 218 04 18 ....33,74,85,161,186 ....76, 103,123, 140 . ..... 39,80,84,B5, 155,160,161,186 .,.........83,204 ........90,110,112, 150,160,161,186 ...,.......74,204 , ........... .68 . ,.,. 76,218 . ,..,. ......85, . . . ,44, 45, 208.209 204 .204 149, 218 ......,...'.234 ll Q:i1','d4.'45 .204 218 ... ........ ',21e 204 .........B5,147,156, Putnam Lincoln-Mercury ......,..,. Oualls, Marcy . Quill and Scroll -Q- .. ....194, Lg, Rackley. David . ,......, 29,104,175 Radcliff Volkswagen .....,,.,....., Ralley, Martha ...... ...... 4 2, 106 Ramsey, Carolyn . . Ramsey, Verna Jane ....... 78, 79, 88 Randall Ford ..... Randolph, Sharon ....... 85,149,208 Ransom, Ronald .. Rapert, Sherry ... 204 .237 204 .105 186 .261 204 . .68 186 Rasberry, Robin ... Ray, Micheal ..... ,218 .186 .218 . . .43, 204 .204 Ray, Perry ,.... Raybon, John .... . . Rayburn, Dan .,.. .. Rayburn, Tony ... ,. Reams, Lynn ..,... Reavls, Margret ......... Rebsamen, Ramond ..... Reed, Billy . ......... 54 Reed, Loyd .... ...... Reese, James . .. ....39 Reeves, Linda .,.. , . , .. Register, Gary , . . . .. . Register, Lee . . . Releford, Myra . . . Releford, Patricia . . Rernes, Mark ..... Revelle, Daryl .... Reynolds,Susle . .. Rhames, Helen ... .. Rhames, Mary ,......,. . Rheem Manufacturing Com Rich,Diane , ...... Richardson, Barry ..,.... Richardson, Paula .... Richardson, Sandra . , , .. Riggs, Jerry ....., . . . . Riggs, Jo Lynn ... ... Riggs, Lloyd ... Riley. Ralph B. ... Robbins, Barbara .. Robbins, Roy ...., Roberson, Connie . . Roberts, Mike .... .. ROberIS. RalDh . . . .. Roberts, Gary .... Roberts, Linda ... .. Roberts, Mary .... . , Robertson, Diane . . Robertson, Ricky .. Robertson,Tamm1e .. Robinson, Brock . . . Robinson, David ..,.. Rolziinsankathryn Robinson, Kathy . . . Robinson, Kevin . . . Robinson, Patrlcla ..... Robinson, Sgt. Tom . . , Rodebush, Donald ... Rodebush, Sharon .,.. Rogers, Carl ....,. Rogers, Clarence , .. Ro ers Frankie . . . 9 . Rogers, Glenda ,,.,,.... Rogers, Jackie .,........ Rogers School Supply, lnc. Rogillio, Mary Faith ..... Roll. Randy , ...,..... , Roper, Larry ...... R oss R oss Ross Charles , . David ..,. Rose, Rose, . Patricia . . .Sue ,.... . W. Jack ,,,. Rouse, Francis . , . Route, Theresa . . . Rozell, Glynn ......, Roy Goodin Esso .,.... Rucker, Col. Choice R. ... Ruckman, Damon .... Ruff, Debra Ann ... Rupe, Karin ..... Rush, Terrie .. . .. Russell, Carl ..... . .. Rutledge, Cheryl . ...... 80,104, 1 Ryan, Cathie ..... Ryan. Hairance ... Rye, Mary ...,. .... -3- ...........218 ...132,140,204 ...,,,.....218 ...128,140,204 .....44, 45,218 .....34,95,218 .55.91,185,25B ,..........258 ,40,44,108,1B6 .....,..74 204 .....38,41:204 ....55, 158,204 ..f.55,'21'e. ....94, 140, .204 .218 257 186 187 .....44,45,74, 149.156, .. . , . . .110, Dany ...,.. 218 218 .257 .218 .,,122, 123,218 ....31,103, .......154, .......94, 37.33.90. 187,145, ........e2, 'f1fi1'47, 122, ..40, 41, 44, 218 204 218 218 105. 254 204 . .58 204 .187 .218 218 .,..... .az ..31,38,39,42, 44,45, 108,205 . . .76,103,110, 159,169,187 , .,.. 7S,79,88, 156,187 ...54,91,187 .. .s5,15o,154, 205, 245 . . . . .74, 205 ...,205 .. . .44,45,98, 149,218 ...45,187 ....104,1a7 ....10a,219 ..,.29,69 ...80,205 ........187 .....,,..,219 .,..32,103,187 .........,205 ...205 ..., .219 , ..,, .236 .. .,,,.... 219 ....113,219 ......205 ...82,187 ...s2,1s7 .....205 ......219 ....B0,61 ......so ...219 ...219 .....227 ....29,09 ...55,219 ......205 ...51,187 ........10,219 e0,1s1, 187,270 . ...29, 107,187 .,.....:12 205 .......'.219 St. John's Episcopal Church ......,.. .255 Salley, Joye ...,,......,........... 187 Sams, Connie Ruth ..,,.. 33, 84, 105, 160, 161, 188, 235, 254 Sanders, Cathy . .. ............,. 205 Sanders, Lester , . . ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,205 Sanders, Ronnie ... .......,. . .41 Sangster, Linda ,.,... , .... 78, 158,188 Sangster, Linda Ruth .... Sass. Lisa ...,,.....,,.. ......,16'l .186 ..31.44,45,85 149, 208, 219 Sass, Terry ,...., . .,..,. 38, 80, 85, 104, 154,157,158,171,188,22B Satterfield, Lou Jean ..,............. 205 Sawyer, Buzzy .......,.... 122, 219, 260 Savage, Valerie .... ..... B 5, 205 Scharf, Dan , ........ ........ 2 19 Schluterman, Cindy . . .,.,.. 82, 138 SCh1UIerman..lerrv . . . ......,,.. .219 Schoen, Janet ..... .... 8 4, 149, 219 Schuler. Phillip ,... ,,,,,,,,, 138 Schmutz, Raymond . . . . .82. 83, 188 Scott, Clyde ..... , ,,,,,,,,, , ,53 Scott,David ...74,101,140, 158, 205 Seabourn, Joe ,... ........ 122, 219 Seamans, Carla . . . ,...,. . .42,85, 205 Seay, Paulette .. .,..44,45, 104,219 Sebastian, Nancy . ., HHH Self, Lars, ..... ,. ,,.,,,,,,,, H Sellars, Lisa . . . . ...... . . . . . 39l12lS.K0llv ..,.. ,... m ,44, 45,97 Sellers, Paul ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Senor 135115 Tacos . , . . ........... 5252 101 Sevedge, Dorothy ....,...., 6, 17, 68, .205 Slpe, Jeanie ....... .... 39 , 74, 85, 188 ,219 Sirloin stockaae ... ...,... 1. H251 .258 Slsco, Debbie .... ,.,,,,,,,, 2 19 205 Sisk, Terry .... ,,,,,,,, 2 19 219 Slvage, Pat ..... ...,.,..,, 1 89 516995, Linda ... ,... 88,147, 205 Sloan,Tlm , ,,,,,,,,, H219 5917911111 Dev Adventist .............. 255 Smets, Mike , . . . . 205 ghafger, 5-11. ..,...,, ........ sa ,154 smrrh,Alarr , ,. ...,,,.............. 205 haf er. Jerry, .... ............ 2 19 Smith, Barbara ..... 80,107,160,161 159 Shar1kIe,Curtls 100,101,188 Smith, Bobby ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,'219 322117.13231 . .6 ...., ........ 8 2,205 Smith, Brenda .... ,...,.,... 3 3,80, 86, sr....321tZ5iL 777 I i ' ii i 3 jrgfilri S......, Cer... . . . ,.'.'TET'.1.'7'.l.?7'.33r? Sllafufn, Melissa .. ..... 44, 45, 98, Smith, Charles ..,.. ,,,, 2 05 208, 219, 270 Smith Chevrolet ... ,,,, Q31 Shaver, Gayle ... .... 51, 54, 56, 159, Smith Dennis ..., ,,,,2-19 160. 161, 188 Smith Dworhv ..., ........... e 8 Shaver, Terri ... ...33,49,54,55,21g Smith Douglas O. .. .,.......,,,61 gpm., Lhilmas , ,, ,,,,, 40,41,84,219 Smit: globin .... ..... 1 22,140,219 ave., , ,III ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, sa mir ma .... ....,,. 3 3,88,101, Shaw.S1ephen ........ 122,123,132,219 , 104. 108,109,189 Shepherd, Scarlett .............. 147,205 S"1"""1a' "11- --------1-- 9 4. 205 Shipley Baking co. .... ,........ ..., 2 2 7 g"1l11r:.JSfT19S . . . .........., ,105 Shocknjack ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, 1,219 Smit .Jean , ,E .... ...... s 0,103,189 Shores, Donald ......,. .22,219 'Wm' Lf' G'o"'1 '--'--- 1---31.219 Shores, Gerald ,. ,. ,.......... .,,1sa gmfnlf 'V'a"'le ---- ---- 7 8.79.f50.88.189 Silvers, Mark ...... .... 2 9, 76, 175, 188 ""'h' Rohm' 1--- ---1--- 9 1.90.110. Simmons, Debbie .. .... 107,108,157, Smh R H 154. 171.189.2115 ,581 ,88 Sm:th,s:sie ..,. 39,40,41,4-1,219 Simmons, Nanette . . .. .... 149,156, 158, Smith' Shi: ""' -'--'1----r 5 2' 295 203,219 Smmfstgrhv .5 . .. ,.... 103,156,219 sims, Barbara ........,.,....... 80,188 Sm,,h'Tep an' 11----44 36.219 srms, Mata ,......... . ,.,. ........ 2 05 Sneed'M,"ff1, ---- ---- 1 7.103.219 smes, Dale ...,. 41,91, 10D,158, 175, 188 S d's 'CF E ----'1-- -205 slhgletomsam ....,...,.. 39, 40, 41 , 219 nee 1 "Sha A-5 -l1---. 220 A , ,... fur so we ' . . . .GW . 3 , ... ,.:-x-.::. , 1.4 SV' A v., . - ' - ' 13-'tl'-1' '-9.32 4 5.1 . , ' 2' iff" G 4:15 Zfsl' 5. 1' 2.455 .lv ...Vex ties-ml , tefl- Sock and Buskin ...........110, 111,112 31,86, 149, 158,220 Sommer, Evelyn Sosebee, Don .......,,......... 53,220 Soucy, Andre' .,... .96,122, 140,154,220 Southwest Times Record ..........,. 261 Spahn, Dickie ..................... 189 Sparkman, David ........... 110,122, 220 Sparks, Marilee .... ...,. 4 3,88,108, 189 Sparks, Sheila ...... .......... 9 0 220 spaunhumi,sad1e... .... 38,41,85,205 Speaker, Susan .... Vinson, Mrs. Jov . ...,......... ., ,.......,...205 Speaks, Larry . . . ......,,, .205 Speaks, Linda ... ...... .220 Spears, Johnny ,. ...,.,....,.. 220 Spears, Mark ... ...... ,...33,91,96, 156,157, 189,237 Spears, Melissa .. ........... 107,189 Spears, Ricky ... ...,..,.. B2, 251 Speer, Craig ..... ,...74, 205 Speer Hardware .... ..... 2 60 Speer, Mrs. Nora ... . . . . . . . .63 Spellins, Louella .........,......... 189 Spoon, Allen .................,. 34, 205 Spradl1n,Cecelia ...., 18,85,149,208,220 Spradl1n,John ............... 9 l,94,205 Spradlin, Karen ..........,..,.,. 31 Spradling Baptist Church S 81 O Clothiers .189 .. ....... 255 241 Stagg's Ltd ..,...........,.,....... 231 Sta1r,Patrick .......,..., 74,94, 104,205 Stanoerry, Mrs. June .,...,..,.. 17, 27, 68 Stapleton, John .............,.. 113,220 Star Engraving Company .....,.....,, 245 Staton, Suzanne .,.......... 85,104,205 Steelman,Blll ,.,..,,.,.,.. 132,140,205 161 Stembock, Mike .... , ...,,.,.., 160 Stephens, Bobby . . .29.32.33.76. 105,189 -T Table Tennis .,.. ., Taft, Janet ... .. ,,....,.145, 149,220 Taylor, Jerry ..,,.. 123.126.128.140,206 Taylor, John .,...,. TayI0r,Shelia ...... Taylor, Valerie ..... Teague, Bonnie ..... Teague, Randy ..... Qllilliiilijii .,..,,.....103, 39,85.1so,194 .......,91,100, 132, 113 ,.68 103 189 206 189 Tedder, Danny ... ,,..96,97, 154, 155,209,220 Terwilliger, Nancy . .. ....... 161,189 T 81 F Office Supply , ......... 246 Theis, Debbie .,.,.. ...,. 1 08, 220 Thomas, Elaine , . , .,.,..... .206 Thomas, Harvey ,. .... 122,140,206 Thomas, Karen ,,. .... 149,208,220 Thomas, Kay ...,.., .....,....., 2 20 Thomas, Roy Lee .. . ............. .220 Thompson Betty . . . .,.. 44, 45, 110, 220 Thompson, Brenda . . . ........ 50,206 Thompson, Charlotte . . . ,.... 44, 45, 220 Thompson Charlotte . . . ..... 107,189 Thompson Thompson, Thompson. ,Stephan1e.,. Toni . . . Wayne . Thone, Don ....... Thrasher, Harold . . . Tidwell, Tony . . . , Tidwell, Sandra .... Tilles, Inc. Time Container .... .. .,AoL ,. ...1a2 f ifidi ,...82 .206 189 220 .123 220 190 .260 .226 .236 Tinder, Mrs. Blanche P .,...,.....,..,. 61 Tinkshell, Deborah ......,,. 103,110,190 Titsworth, Debbie . , . , ...,....... 206 Todd, Nancy . , . . . ........ ,220 Stephens, David ....... .......,.. 2 20 Stephens, Mrs. DeLoyce Stevens, Cheryl ,......... 78.88,157.189 Stevens, Pam ........,. .......... 2 05 Stevenson, Antionette , . . Stewart, Connie ...... Stewart, Donald .... Stewart, Donald ...... Stewart, Mrs. Fredda .... Stewart, Robert .... , . Stewart, Vicki .... Stilwell, Donny . . . Stilwell, Jim .... Stone, Cheryl . . . Stone, Sheila ,... Storts, Delora ..., Straham. Clarence . . , Stratford, Sterling . . . Stringer, Drucilla ...... Stulzblefield, David .... Sturgeon, Ricky .... Sturgeon, Robert . . , .,..220 ....220 .,..206 . ,... 58 ....21,68 ....220 .......189 .........206 ..,..,..29,76 ....44,45,220 .,.....,97,206 3D,31,43,206 ........103,206 ..,.220 ......206 .....60,61 .........220 .,..1B,40,41 Stutz, Debbie ,.., .... 75,189 Sugg, Phyllis .,.. ..,. 82,189 Su99. Troy --... ..... ....,,. 2 2 0 Sullivan, George ....,.. ..,. 5 5, 189 Sunnymede Drive Inn ... . . . , , .259 Suratt, Clifford ..,.... ....,...,. 22 0 Suttles, Donna . .... Sutton, Pam ...... . Swearingen , Lenore ..,. Swigart, Rebecca . , . . Swollord, Cindy . . . Sylert's Bakery .... ............189 220 . . .44,45,149, ...,.,,. .9B ..........220 ......44,45,98, 149,208,220 ..........237 Ussery, Debbie . , . Uzman, Betty . . , ...... 149,221 Vanderheiden, Mike ....,,...,.. 97, Vann, Donald ............. . Vann, Michael Wayne Vann, Percy ..,,.,......,. 122, 1231 Vann, Stevie ....., Vanzant, Ricky .., Vaught,Janice .., Venable, Bill ..,.. Vernon, Danny , . . Vernon, Mike . . Vervack, Joe . . . Vick, Charlie ..,,. Vick, Mrs. Gaily ,.. Villines, Lena .... Villines, William Vincent, Tom ........... 54, 55 Vines, Gina ......, Vines, Nita , ..... ....., 8 0,154,190 . ..... 80,98,101, 104,190,270 -V- 221 .,...74 221 ...132,150,156 221 221 .....132,140,221 ..,,...,3 ,40,206 .....85,150,194,206 ...,.........,.sa ..,,......74,221 .........136.2os .....154,155,2os .......95,221 .........243 .....,.108,190 ...,...........123,221 ,104,206 g0,1o4,154,19o,2as ,245 .6s,sa Torn Minyard Shoes . . . ..... .226 Tom's Pants Shop .... ........ 2 60 Tompos, Mary ..... . . , 31, 44,45, 149,220 Tookey, Karen . , , Toran, Clarence . . . . .122, 123, 220 Toran, Deborah . ., ...... ..3B,190 Toran, Shirley .... .,.... 4 4, 45, 220 Townley, Judy ,.. ...80,85, 104, 125, 143, 154, 190 Traylor, Steve ......... ........ 5 5, 220 Treadaway, Kenneth ..... ...,...,. 1 90 Trinity Baptist Church ......,...,... 255 Triplett, Carolyn ..,..,...... 78.88, Tripletl. Dolores ....,.. Triplett. Janice 157.167 103,110,169i 133, 190 190 .,.,.,... .....,.220 Tripp, Jane ..,, ,...44, 45, 86, 110, 220 Tucker, James .. . . .....,....... . . .220 Tucker, Ralph ..... ,.,,. . .,.,. 7 6, 206 Tucker, Flichard . . , ........... 220 Tucker, Sandee . . . ...., 38, 88,107, 150, 194, 206 Turner, Buddy . . . ....... 110,190 Turner, Clara . . , ....,... .220 Turner, David . . , . . .. .55,97, 206 Turner,Steve ....,..,. ..... 5 3, 221 -U- Udouj, Ellen .,. .........,. 33, 85,221 Ulrich, Laurie .,........ 44, 45,104,133, 149, 154, 208, 209,221 Upchurch, Greg .................... 190 U. S. Army Recruiting Station ..,,.... 250 Vorster, Greg Wade, Mrs. Faye ,.. Wagley,Paula . Wagner, Dennis Walker, Duane . Walker, Ricky . Wallace, Randy Wanslow, Julie Wanslow, Leslie . , . . Ward, Edith ..... Ware. F,M. ,....., Ware, Tom ....... Warmack, Ann . 33, Warmack, George . , Warner , Dick .... Warner, Robin . .. Wasson, Joey . , . Watson Don .. . Watson Judy Watson Watson Linda Roger,... Watts, Valerie Wear, Kevin .... Wear, Mike , . , , Wear, Roger , ,. , ..,.... B4,208,221,225 W- ..,..,.... H69 ..,.42,108,190 .....55,84,91 ........221 . ..... .... 2 21 .....44,45,9B, 110,149,221 . ,..,. .39,190 .........,...69,1U3 80,101,104,105,138, 159,160,161,170, 190,225,254 .. ....... B4,91,96, 104,205,225 .........98,206 .. .51,54,74,75,110, 112,156.158,190 .. ..103,140,158,190 ,...44,45, 149,221 ......,..B8,206 .,..,......221 ,.,.......221 .....136,194,206 ...,51,54,94,190 ........53.221 Weare, Robert . .. Weeks. Mike ..,.. Webb, Tanya .....,, Webster, Derrick .... Weigand, Cindy .,.,, Weigand, Donna ,. Weigand. Karen ,,. Weindel, Janet .... Weisenlels, Paul ... Welch, Wendy . .. Welling, Ronald ... Wells, Dock ...,..,. Wenderoth,Sally .... Werner, Mrs. Patricia . ........140. ...,..149,208, Wernick, Linda , , . , .85,107, 147,194 West, George . ,........ 113,123,140 West, James , . ..,. ,. West, Velda ...., . . , Westminster Presbyterian Church . , . . . Westphal, Danny .... Westphal, Marty .... Westphal, Robin .. Westwood, Jim ..,.. Wheeler, Lisa .... , , . Whirlpool Corporation White, George ...... White, Ginger ...... White, Kathy ,... white, Kevin .... White, Marilyn .., White, Rickey . . . White,Sonny ...... Whit1ield,Fiuss ...., Whitford. Janice ., Whitehead, Tony .... Whittaker, Faron .... Wikstrom, Carl ..... .206 206 221 ............41,221 ..,..22,44,45,149, 156,208,209,221 ..,...133,15O,154, 155,206 ,.,.80,101,104, 150,154,206 .,.....,...206 .........,..190 ...39,44,55,90. 97,104,206 .......,.206 .......74,147,156, 157191 .66,69,159,160,161 ,206 191 ....,...,.,102 221 .255 ..........,113191 ....149,208 221 . .....,,.... 191 .,..33206 ....,. ..83 ......43 206 ., ...,.,... 221 ....103,159,191 ..,..44,45,221 ,.,..,...82,91,191 ..38,41,95,100,191 , ........,...,. 191 191 17,39,40.85. 221 .. 100, 101,104,160,161,170, 175,191,252 Wilbanks, Christy . .. Wiley, Joyce ....... Wiley, Lee .... . . Wilkins, Drake . . . . .. Wilkins, Kathy Wilkinson, Mrs. Willeford, Pam .,.., Williams, Donnie .... Williams, Janis . . , Williams, Jim .,.. Williams, John . .. Williams, Larry .... Williams, Leon ..... Williams, Micheal . . . Qi .... .....,32,33.85.90, 104, 105, 191,245,254 ..38.78.88.104,191 ......,.31,107,221 .....122, 140,206 .. .......... 221 ohn,.., ..... 69,84 . .157, ....44,45, ....41,98, 206 192 221 221 192 .......221 221 .. .132, ...,..221 Index 269 270 Index Williams, Ricky .... ...... 1 40, 206 Williams, Willard .. . . , . B2, 83, 192 Willis, Bonnie ... ..,.... .103 VlhlIis,Greg .... ....... 1 28 Willis, Richard , .. .... 132, 221 WiIson,Alvin . . . ..... . .221 Wilson, Billy ... .... 10, 221 Wilson, Dave , . . ..., 136, 221 Wilson, Dianne . . . ......,. 206 Wilson, James ..., ........ 9 4,95,192 Wilson, Karen ........,............ 206 Wilson, Kenneth , .... ........ . ...., 2 21 Wilson, Malinda .,,,.. 22, 33, 84,149,156, 158, 208, 209, 221, 242 Wilson, Mike ., ....,....,... 10,104,221 Wilson, Ollie Mae ,... ..,, .......... 2 2 1 WiIson,SheiIa ..... ... 149, 221 WiIson,Steonani .... 84 110 X Wilson, Teresa ......,..... ..., 2 06 206 Wimbish, Charla ............ .... Windsor Park Baptist Church ..., ..... 2 55 Winford, Mrs. Elizabeth ..,.....,. 69, 107 Winton's IGA .,..... . ............ .229 Carl ..,.....,....... 122,123, 221 Wise, Lathel ..................,.. 221 Wise Wholesale Electronics ... Wolfe, Debbie ......,.... 149, 208, Wolverton, Phylliss , . . . .... , . . . ., Womack, Danny .... .......... Wood, John ...... .... ,......, . Wood,Sheila ....,. Woods, Delinda .... ...,,....... ....3B,39,42, Woodworklnu .,.., ......,.... 3 6 Woolbright, Karen .....,....., BO, 91, 1 59, 160, 161 , 259 . 45. 221 206 221 .47 192 192 . 37 98. 192 . 715'-Y . '- ' --ff fn-0-.I - .... ':--Q -.gg -. swung- Womble, Mrs. Anna Lee .. Wortham, Marlin ..,.. .. Wray, Alan . ,....,. . Wray, Kenny ....... Wright, Gwen , ..,.. . Wright, Gwyenette . . . Wright, Lynette ...,. . . . .103, 147 Wright, Mitzie . ...,,... . Wrye, Robert ,.....,... .....B2,B3, . .69 192 ..,.....,..22l 206 ...103,147 192 192 .206 ,221 Wyatt Memorial United Meth. Church . ,255 -y- Yarberro, Ricky . ..., ,,,,,, 2 21 Yarbrough, Angela ... ..,. 39, 206 Yarborough, Debbie . . ..,.. ..... . 221 Yarbrough, Ricci .... . .... 82, 83, 192 K v. Z 9' Eiitivi' -1 ,, , is W r :..,w5s::5A .rsixluia 1 5-:I -- 1 -1 4 1' " . If , .5 -1: FlE.F.l1f' .l1" l 1 . . v - 55774 I seg F A 7 11 W - , ' f4w-9' , ,254 .eggs J "reins . "f M e. -.-7:-Q - 21.24 4 ff"-5,,.Qv 'C Yocum, Larry .... Yocum, Bobby . . Yocum, Linda ....,.., Yoes, Becky ...,..... Young, Donna ..... CB, Young, Johnny ...,... Young, Joyce ..,..,.53,91, 192 .54,55,74,91,221 ..,...82, 167,192 . .80,85,150,160, 161,171,192 78,79,88,104,192 ..,.B,40,51,206 .. ,7B,90, 104, 108, 192,270 Young, Nathalie ..,.., .,... 7 5,154,192 Young, Mrs. Virginia .... .......... . 63 -2- Zander, Bernard ..,.....,.,....., 69.83 Zechiedrich, Earl . .. .... 69,100,113,194 Members of the French National Honor Society take part in "La Course du Flambeau," an ancient Greek oeremony which represents the passing of knowledge to succeeding generations. Members are Nancy Johnson, Kirby Lockhart, Nancy Franks, Joyce Young, Melissa Sharum and Betty Uzman. Cheryl Rutledge, a previous member, leads the ceremony.


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