Northwest Classen High School - Round Table Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)

 - Class of 1978

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SP .. 1 1 V i Q W Q W 5 A ' N ' t i st f g U5 8 11' -f T f .im 1 .Q Eef.. .. if f, . i x Y 5' ,ggi .,,L ' ve - kzv 5 : 5 Q x g . ' 1 ' A Q' at 1 l "' . R . Q '23 9' ' W' jgsimvyi' KV Q A xg f 5 E' . H if F6 4' ,f wg 4' 1 his '35 Ea S Q 5' " 'K 1' xl 4 mf' 3 Z 'Q 'lf ,,,, 'W v- K .L mfg ,X ly. , , . . Q , , uf, 4 'iii' ii ,f Mg ' ,z 1, 1-15: , - is ai! go his G OU every 6 - Student Life ' , 5- ,keg A PARODY of the Modern Dancers at the fall nulti-media show fleftj teatures Allen Brooks eaping across the stage with Mike Gilbert in the Jackground. NUMBER FIVE in a go-cart race, Jimmy Lout strains lo stay ahead of his pursuer. SHARING a cup of ice, Jackie Ward and Larry Stevenson wait out the lunch period on the patio Jn a hot September day. e Student Life 'L Student life didnt begin at 8:30 and end at 3:35. Just think of all the mad dashes to Dunkin Donuts to get back to hear, "Will you please rise for the Pledge of Alle- giance?" . Or lunches in the cafeteria, or O'Mea- leys. If you were lucky, a way to lvlcDonalcl's. And after school, well, how can you describe all the games, the jobs, the families that trations? There were s remember. Man common, some only you know about. But everything has your heart. ave you delights and frus- many nights and days to people have memories in place in your mind and 4 Q , JUST CLOVVNING AROUND, drama student Cindy Butler paints Gina Odom while Derek Grady watches appreciatively. Cindy worked at the childrens booth at the Spring Arts Festival, PROOF that his fishing stories are true is shown by Mr. Jim Tomlinson, assistant principal, and his daughter-in-law, Lexye Tomlinson. 4 - Q Winding Down The end of school, as always, was filled with activities and anticipation of the coming summer. Victory celebrations swept the school as students rejoiced in North- west's second state baseball champi- onship in school history. Coach Darrel Palmer, who also coached the state champs on the cross-country team, said, 'tlt was super! A dream of a lifetime!" The flurry of events ending the school year began with the annual awards assembly May 6, More than 50 awards were presented, with Jamie Jacobs and Eric Percival claiming the top Classen Medals of l-lonor. Eight other seniors won Classeri awards. Ten received Faculty awards, and eighteen were tapped for Princi- pal's awards. The prom lvlay 20 and Senior Ser- mon lvlay 22 were attended by most seniors. l-louseholder's Gridiron highlighted A GRACIOUS GOODBYE is given his stall by Dr. June Dawkins. principal, and host to the annual last-day luncheon for teachers. the Senior Breakfast at Lincoln Plaza lvlay 25. Lieutenant Governor George Nigh was guest speaker. The following night Jamie, Steve Hecker and Phil Albert stressed indi- vidualism in a variety of approaches in their commencement speeches. Four hundred sixty seniors received diplomas at Taft Stadium May 26. 51 .30 ' .. 1, 4: Alwrfftssf-7 PESTING COMFORTABLY, Andre Smith naps on the way to Salt Lake City, Utah, where the Cry-Slurs performed in the Mormon Tabernacle. STAR WARS fan, Kim White, looks over her big collection of mementos from the year's most popular movie, End of School 9 TM-M O PRACTICAL and creative needs are realized by Kim Kjelshus as she spends many of her sum- mer days making clothes for school. FOR A GREAT WAY to spend a summer eve- ning, Tom Simmons takes a ride in the country. "WE'RE NUMBER TWO," say Gene Hoffman, Kurt Meyers, Matt Driskill, Joe Meyers and Harold Crosley. The group traveled to Florida where they took second place in a national meet with their church softball team. SKIMMING THE WATER of Lake Eufala is a favorite summer pastime of Greg Geurin. WWW Who ever said summer vacation meant you had to go somewhere? A lot of people found that just staying home and Hletting go" was the best answer to vacation. Whatever the choice, the out-of- doors drew the most teens as an unu- sually hot, dry summer wore on late into September. lvlost students held part-time jobs, and 150 picked up credits in North- west's summer school. Softball and basketball teams, spon- sored by church and civic groups, attracted a large number of students. Other people went off on their own and just did their own thing-painting, sewing or just flipping a frisbee. y NEW THlNGS to learn in a new country are made pleasant for foreign exchange student Jani Jokinen when April Kanis teaches him to throw a frisbee, READY to dive is Christie Boydston, who, with her companion. Chris Driskill, became certified scuba divers last summer. ,vm .asf-. ,, V , gr.. rl. 4, I j as . 5 ,evil -i 1 K, ,,J?,.gN.,i, ,- , ww J - i- . Nffx., , f, -wgfgy-. ,rm-fin, -l A., it Signs? ,, K fits illr W A M 'swf X-ip? gm Summer'11 's ag. whip? Maman! lll 4, r balmllllgllgg ll 3 N fax '1 U0 e ' if 'MJ "fy" in WU fy mfr, if M if J: f Ml lT lSN'T a bad deal for Mary Hinchey to sell pop- sicles for the Cygnet pep club. She enjoys sam- pling the product at the annual event. . Evan -' ii, Zu? ' 'R' 1 F' ' l v 4 l l Beginning Again There's something special about walking around the halls at the first of school, greeting old friends and notic- ing the changes in their looks and actions. The hassles of getting used to schedules, or trying to get them changed, occupied a lot of people in September. Pep club, organization, class and advisory activities were quickly set in motion by Bobby Peak, Student Coun- cil president, and his committees. The school's projected enrollment was around 250 short of the number vvho actually enrolled by the end of September. lvlr. Jim Tomlinson, assist- ant principal, reported an enrollment of 2020 October 24. 5:1 L Qc: Q 5532 xznlt CZ!-.., TO BEAT the heat during the first weeks of school, Mary l-linchey, Ftandy Bates and Brad Piccolo munch popsicles. A CHABRED LOOK is given costumes for the first Thespian production, "God's Favorite," by Kara Dowling, costume chairman, Steve Wil- Iiams, Gina Paetz and Don Humphrey. lT'S NOT an assembly line, it's ceramics stu- dents Tim Nevv, Kathy Ecker and Billy Brovvton creating their ovvn distinctive pots. 1' K, W 'va 4,. xx N' fy .f I u f f X 23 Qi ., , , 3" V? 1 3.36 'J 'f .., fm.. me . :Q-V rvwlf ' LF,,,.34 ,H V 'Laffy-X'--V 5 g S-C' 'V- S E N- Z A 3 ' - .65 OFF THE WALL, sophomore Ricky Albright skateboards across the patio to get to class. . in.,-. Afwafmu K m 1 WK G ly A as V Qua i ' .... -Q ,eh ,it ,. 813.1 wr-t-r-vew.,, - ' V :H 5 - s as il f ti f f . i . i,,. .i is at i Q- -4 f V i 3,3 C, B. BUDDY Tony Walker coasts across the parking lot in his car. Tony is one of about 400 owners of cars at Northwest, MOTO-CROSS champion, Brad Wolf, silhouet- ted bythe setting sun, rides across a field. nsportation BIKE RACER tvlr Tony Scott. electronics teacher, goes out lor his daily ride. UNUSUAL cars are the rage, and Joe Gorman takes his to lunch with friends Joe Ray, David Duckworth and Chris Driskill. Getting There- Going places is a vital part of being in high school but getting there is not always so easy. Students can choose a variety of ways to get around, The people with cars seem to be growing in numberg proof of this is in the parking lot. Getting to school late can mean parking on the last row! Skateboards are a new fad, though they've been around for a long time and they can provide a way to get where you're going. Some ride buses, bicycles, motorcy- cles or exchange or bum rides with theirfriends. Walking is another great way to get from place to place. Contrary to popu- lar belief, you don't have to have wheels to get around. Susie Arn walks to and from school everyday. 'When it's nice," she com- mented, "l like to be outside." ENJOYING the scenery, Susie Arn walks home for lunch, '4'a.f:gl, ,s., Transportation '17 l CELEBRATE '78 is what won first prize for the Junior Class. They also sold balloons as a fund- raising project. LAST TIME for seniors has them holding hands around the gym for the singing ot the alma mater at the last pep assembly. 'L ---.- . - . , i - .K t.tt 18 - Homecoming LA? S F Carolyn Berry De Aunn McDow . . We Love Miafadc Originally for the alumni, homecom- ing festivities for most schools have been adapted in recent years to the student body, and Northwest is no exception. Selling mums, boutonnieres, bal- loons and such made a bustling and hustling of activities. Classes were temporarily forgotten as clubs prepared floats for the parade on October 28th. Incorporating the theme, "Celebrate '78," the junior class won first place in the float competition. Probably the biggest event of the day was the crowning of Jo Chernicky as All-Sports Queen. Jo was elected by the school from seven candidates nominated by the O-Club. The day ended on a not-so-nice note, however, when the Knights lost the game against Putnam City, 40-O, ' ' K th K h Christie Boydston Debra Mcpherson a y oc Comeha Sanford Every Monday morning advisory teachers read us the weekly calendar of events, and the one thing vve remembered was vvhen vve'd have a break in class for assemblies. Pep Council, composed of repre- sentatives trom pep clubs and faculty sponsors, made long range plans for pep assemblies tor home games. Skits were presented by various departments, such as Cry-Slurs and Modern Dancers, as well as by pep clubs. Cheerleaders and majorettes plan- ned the cheers and routines, and the Knightettes' drill team combined danc- ing and military movements to popular music for entertainment, "lt takes a lot ot people and prepa- ration tor assemblies," activities direc- tor, Darrel Palmer, said, Ubut the stu- dents' reactions make it vvorthvvhilef' CAGED BEARS, Kim Koop and Christy Ander- son boost spirit in their advisory decorations during Spirit Week before the John Marshall Timo Cut game. JR'-far 20 ' Extra-curriculars A THREE RING CIRCUS provides entertainment for students at a pep assembly. Margaret Dean, Cindy Butler and her dog Crystal are featured attractions. TO GET a better view ot the scenery near Salt Lake City, Utah, Cry-Slurs Shari Little, Jan Lip- poldt, Pam Sorey and Linda Amick find a high spot.. Cry-Slurs sang at the Mormon Temple dur- ing the June concert tour. -, ,W ..,, tt.:-tif N M... i TONS of paper mean money for the varsity baseballers' trip to a Texas tournament. Dale Gailegiy and Jimmy Lout work on one of the drives "BOOGIE KNiGHTS," adding pep to the giris' drill team. are Adam Carrington, Skip Gower and Juan Johnson, The boys' group was formed this year. Extra-curriculars ' 21 8 1 P' rw 1' .af Pi 'J Q AN EARLY MORNING treat in advisory is a good way to start the day, agree Jon Gresham, Leslie Long and Terry Russell. SHAMPOO and blow drying take an extra 30- minutes in the morning, but Aleta Duzan thinks it's worth getting up early to go to school with freshly done hair. 22 'Waking Up ,..p-ms, Mornings were full of groans, "Mom, l've got a sore throat," missing the bus and general all-around early day mishaps. Most students didn't eat breakfast, so cinammon rolls in the cafeteria, club bake sales and the mat maids daily donut sales by the gym were much appreciated. Some people simply starved all morning as they looked forvvard to the best part of the day-joining friends to go out to lunch. But preparing for school vvas a has- sle one just couldn't avoid. With various uniforms, T-shirt days and Oklahoma's unpredictable weather, trying to keep up with Hjust the right thing to wear" turned into a big guessing game. MIGHT AS WELL be good natured about scrap- ing snovv off the vvindshield, Don Fleece and Julie Hensley decide as they join hundreds of other Knights in the parking lot in February. ' s ,' .,,fzSwi ,sl 'gV. ' r CDF Not i',-' r' . WS, xr' , . ,- re. at 'bi l A 'gel 64 ,. f11- 3-sg. 'Y i .1 I fit," -,,, lg iff 'H' . ,.,t,...., T i Tw 6. t V ' M iiiiqqx l NNQHQ: 3? H i THE MOST MISERABLE moment of the day could easily be at 6:30 am. when the alarm goes off. Kim White gropes for her clock radio. A CHOFZE George Marchena can't avoid is shav- ing each day before he leaves his house. Waking Up ' 23 24 Friendship A salute to the joys ot friendship was the traditional Knight and Lady of Friendship assembly February 16 in the gym, bedecked in Valentine red for the occasion. Seniors nominated their triendli- est classmates, and the winning couple was chosen in an all-school election sponsored by Student Council. Climax of the assembly vvas the announcement of the winners, Danita Foster and Monroe Bird, and their coronation. Emcees, selected by Student Council members, were seniors Mitch Short and Debra McPherson. Appropriate music was provided by Cry-slurs' small group. lwlf' uw W def, lT'S GOOD to have friends like Rodney Hell and K.C, Moon who'll help you push your car when it's stuck in the I ot, John Rohrer Cleltj Jo Chernicky John Williams Joe Ray Paula Ralgkl Barbara Sokalch Mahlon Erickson Marci Fleet Cliff Holman Friendship ' 25 26 - Dating ,. ww, ..,, .M ,w.,,.Mw,.- , L,.JZ ,M .M . ,. 1 W . W , ,. N.,,,, 7,5 k.,, W. . . aff'-M' 5 ' ' V' . ' ' .W f 4 i E. 5 Q...- u The content of one's wallet invari- ably determined one's Friday and Sat- urday nights. Movies went up to 33.50, so an average date with dinner before cost aboutfE15. "A week's salary can easily be spent in one weekend," explained senior Mike Gilbert. January 1 brought a raise in mini- mum wage, from 32.30 to 32.65 an hour. This affected a large number of Northwest students. What with new dresses, rented suits, flowers and fancy restaurants, school dances cost a fortune. But most students felt the thrills of big evenings were worth the price, "Like the prom," said Brenda Wit- trock. Hit gives you something to look forward to all year." COUPONS on Shield day are really in demand as students take advantage of the lunch savings. CoihgQut . 'll in LW fw- New' .w s sssl srst slr 'T f BROWN BAGGING IT is not only a money saver, but can be fun when Ms. Maxine Housholder and teacher friends get together for lunch. A LUCKY FELLOW, John Williams, gets a kiss from Paula Ftatzki, Coronet pep club president, and Cathy Brown, Cygnet prexy. John was crowned pep club beau at the annual dance, February 1 tth. AIGQKWQHAQJL lrtflatiort ' 27 'lAchievers" scurried in every direc- tion to exhibit their art, compete in contests and to pursue special inter- ests, Two Northwest seniors, Martha Turner and Mike Ramsey, were among 15,000 high school seniors across the country to be named National Merit Scholarship Semitinalists. Valerie Guess, Noel Porter and Don- ald Wilcox were Letters ot Commenda- tion winners. Robert Reynolds was a National Achievement scholar. Artist Manuel Cruz continued to win awards throughout the year. ln Febru- ary he was one ot three state artists to receive S100 for his drawings entered in the Art Council exhibit, Numerous other students excelled in a special area ot interest. PRACTICE pays for manicurist Febra White, whose talents won her first place in a district cosmetology contest. Carla Sherfield placed second in the hairdressing category. If They Coulol6ccUsNoW .wk 28 - Achievements SORTING through brochures, National Merit Scholarship Semilinalists compare the mail they've received from colleges trying to recruit them. Scholars are Mike Ramsey, John Keeth, Robert Reynolds and Valerie Guess. ALGEBRAIC EQUATIGNS are child's play tor Christie Boydston, who was the first girl at Northwest to receive the Rensselaer Medal for Outstanding Excellence in Mathematics and Sci- ence. lt was based on her grade on a national test. Achievements - 29 ...,i r Mn 4 ' -nunnnudll' vmqwuanssw g school patio, WINTER the with a blanket was deserted when school was cancelled. lt? "Snow-Yuki" painted by some practical joker on a big billboard near Northwest, reflected the feelings of City residents who suffered through the harshest winter weather since 1930. On three days, January 17 and Feb- ruary 9-10 school was cancelled. The parking lot, with seven inches of snow combined with ice the first week of February, was impassable part of the time. Across the City, people unprepared for continuous below-freezing temper- atures, rushed to stores for scarves, hats and gloves. But cars were the biggest hassle, students were trapped without wheels. SLEDS, dug out of family attics, got plenty of use this year. Sophomores Bill Albert, Flhonda Davy and Roger Cline enjoy a free day. Li, Z Q thc Snow! 2 s -tt, Nr PQ? '--Tip' t. . -A5 K . Q .V . .fu --Sw. 1 ws' 91" W .1-ge, g 'A 1 L' -glsigk Q A, has , -.- .' f :Q My 5 ii "t-f':'Qy. 1 fl-sv -4.5319 ,ig- .,, -. M -5-as sw- -, . Q- , -QL ,W ::hV,'. . X ":g1A:'f- 2' if ., - J Ji. u v , A 31-9 "H .5 -s. 9.. Wx. ..., an ...., .Q,'. Mu.A- I 4 in -r- -Saani- ' "Ni ... 1 1 30 ' Winter ,pax COLD CLASSROOMS drive Suobhan Moroney, Dana Henderson and Candy Butler to seek warmth on the heater WARM AND COZY with a fare and hot chocolate are Joel Slaughter and Tracy Moroney. enjoyung a winter evening Winter- 31 NOTED for her high style clothes, Counselor Carolyn Wakely attends the homecoming game at Taft Stadium in her newest sportswear. SKI FANATICS, Warren Litchiield and Julie Ray- burn, are among numerous Knights who find ski jackets a warm welcome during the winter. FASHIONABLE FOOTWEAR is a big concern of many students who strive to achieve the "total look." 99" ,M 'wi 32 ' Fashion a 'sCDufQ3t . . if ' ' of ' -13- 1 fl? tw . t .... . J t " Q: 1. kv l lc lT'S NOT a surgical team, but a group of stu- dents in hospital garb. illustrating the current tad are Lisa Andrewski, Dana Crumpler, Rosie O'G-rady, Joe Ong and Shelia Eubanks. DOUBLE PIERCED ears allowed girls, or boys, to wear additional pieces of jewelry. CBeIow lefty The fashion-conscious person at Northwest wasn't exactly restricted to the female sex. Both boys and girls tried to keep up with trends. Boots hit the campus in a big way, and when school resumed after Christmas Break, many students and teachers sported new ones. Worn with skirts, pants and dresses, casually or for dress, everyone put up with the discomfort to be voguish. Although the mini was revived in Paris, in Oklahoma City the beIow-the- knee-and-longer skirts proved more practical. On the other hand, Neil l-lawkinson preferred mini-skirts to either pants or long skirts. "I like to look at girls' pretty legs," he said. So no limitations were set on current fashions. Everyone could pick outfits to suit personal tastes-and still be in style. Fashion 33 QR .,,1 Quan ffte, fs. , NME... 253' We Found It Sundays and Wednesday evenings a lot of students were kept occupied with various church activities. Youth groups sponsored numerous activities, such as float and ski trips, parties and religious retreats. "Although we have a lot of social events in our church youth group," said sophomore Rhonda Davy, "we often panicipate in serious discussion groups, mostly about problems facing modern teenagers." "Most kids l know who go to church aren't overly religious," commented junior Kim Koop. t'They just like alittle support from older people, and want to learn more about themselves." An example of religious influence in sports was the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, which increased in member- ship here. Pep club chaplains, too, delivered non-sectarian prayers before athletic events. THURSDAYS LUNCH BUNCH gets set for the ride to nearby Baptist Temple at noon. Kelley Griffith and Rhonda Davy crowd into the church van. 34 ' Religion BENEFITS for charities involve many youth church groups, particularly at holiday times. Mr. Jerry Carmen plays Santa for Jessica Woods in a local children's home. ONE of Northwest's most popular courses, Reli- gions of Mankind, prompts John Williams to study selections from the Bible for a class report. arp.. f- In """""""""'A""w FLORIDA SUNSHINE brings out a crowd of Christian Church softball players who won M x ond place in the tournament. First sec- DlSCO after a Qarne, sponsored by a local church, is a place for kids to dance and visit. Religion - 35 3249, M was 9 Q Ai 1 J' 1 .W W E rf ix E f Mgr V x ax 4 rr 5 . 1 ye, 5ffifF15?iL e ALTHOUGH he doesn t make much money, Lance Grrffrth fmds that the rodeo as the best job for hum Here he rrdes Three Whne Feet" in a To till their car tanks, their faces, and their billfolds, students found it necessary to push for funds by work- ing after school and on weekends. The days of walking dogs and wash- ing cars for spending money were over. Most kids went for the big time, about 20-25 hours a week were spent on the jobs which offered certified pay checks. "l dontt have to work," said Drew Ellenwood, a checker in a grocery store, "but it really helps out my family when l don't have to depend on them for entertainment money." Besides the money aspect, working enabled students to have some time away from home and school. 'Working gives you an opportunity to meet kids from other schools," said senior Joe Gorman. SALMON MAN, Joe Ong, weighs fish at a local seafood market, A Donn davcd 3 i aff.,,.'fw-W. Y . Q J I A .Jw PAPER BOYS, Dan Harris and Marty Bahm, dis- cover that a car beats walking when snow is on the ground. TICKET TAKEBS John Foster and Alan Brooks find their jobs at a local theater to be profitable, as well as a great way to see first-run movies. Mm? Work ' 37 TAP DANCING his way into the hearts of North- west, Lara Teeter gives a 30-minute song and dance performance, with a little bit of his mime specialty thrown in. OCTOPUSES GARDEN sets the background music for a musical skit by senior women, Cindy Butler Julie Hensley i 38 - Round Table lf..-v-7 Greg Geurin Steve Gooch into Angie Jones if Siobhan Moroney Ron Hamilton Joe Ray lar tx N lug Ae The Cufhainiliece "I NEVER had a chance to say goodbye," sings Steve Wentz during the Multi-media show. Steve, who wrote the song as a tribute to a friend, received a standing ovation at the fall assembly lor his performance. Stressing the idea that a yearbook is e 'iffy by i , at 3 ' A M f N 'E' J 21 N I - Hi 1 l fl Tim O'Connor Dana Henderson the only lasting thing from high school days, the '78 Round Table staff man- aged to boost sales by 15 percent over '77 orders. A multi-media show at the beginning of the year featured grad Dwayne i-lelt, now a radio disc jockey, as emcee, and Lara Teeter, mime artist. Elections were held December 15 for the Knight and Lady of the Round Table with 10 nominees competing. The honorees, Dana Henderson and Tim O'Connor, were crowned May 19 during a special assembly. l . Round Table ' 39 5- Q FQ? t -M at t slll is W2 ,Q 1 , or Ty., vi.. 3 i,2 ' it g Q? 5 M., L.LQ F 'iq' f , 5? We ! gg' 'X at ' k'..v" is S 'QW S I at ga g 1... l . . 1, as . ff af at as 'fn le l at , . Q if wus . 6 di 1545 f. 'K , I n "k Q A . ka -f3, i . F ifi , Ei ff. if i l if t it .le e Q T it t. ,. 'zwf 5 A'.. .,k' :'i ,g g a 'neg Valfl , ' A-5.5. i Q, 4 Q ' ',': L. 'P by ,"- Q QV rkif . 4 ' if is , W its ' 71 jx The game of life is a lot like the games on the court and the field. It may be corny, but you really do win some and lose some. , And how you play the game. Of course, there are always those people who tell you that "winning isn't everything" and you know this to be true, but still something inside you screams, "Go Knights!" Every game, match, meet or heat is remembered by somebody. Be you a player or a fan, these times can be nights to remember. works out on the track field. . C over Lone Kretchmar at basketball practice. 1 K. A POWERFUL SERVE helps Mark Wolfe hold the number-one spot on the varsity tennis team. THE TIP OFF gives Cathy Fanning the advantage V,:,. f tim? :AL 5 if. Q ll-,K K . CROSS COUNTRY runner, Mahlon Erickson, at W r with QQ at wr X Q J, 'nf V, ' .5 - lf, M ,:,1,-lim , V A ' , Y .vb gxw ., l z,Al gg ,, LL I 1 'M f'f'j W f K , v :QQ 5,5- 1-2 W , rf A Q L f v' AfA ,Q A 5 K wx' 1 ,uv it km s Q ng? Q was ii Fixx f F xx Q V lfgaf be - - - if wth S , if big, yi : if W V , A .R . fy Q s fgf .. ,, NH i l , - s u mf. ,ui A F A 2,72 ,KLZ R it K V .vida kk rib 2 v 8 L , ,li . A i X K Nazf I ya . K 1. 25,21 A krkk' k 'X " IM xg R . Q 5 -V E 1, lx '1" X W ' " fa 'V , X, :Nav 2 'Q gi X x X V, i V, Vir, ki A . I K . x Hi .ww xy 5, 4 4. 1l"t5, W x ffl' . 'Xi C ,4 A AFTER A SUCCESSFUL RUN, halfback Chris Driskill 4303 is upended by Enid's Jed Dillingham 1343. Following Driskill are teammates Alan Had- ley C203 and Darnell Johnson C223. fl 7 H V 1, ' ' W", mf, Maw V ' 'K-kk f F - 3 . V . xigv X To Pla Football... l 'fu t.. ' 'H-W Www. . at - n' -Nl Wash X . . . you just have to have a big heart," Coach Ken Naylor told his gridmen, who were handicapped by size in all of the season's games. Some ot their opponents' lines out- weighed theirs by 150 pounds. "As long as the team keeps trying," said Dr. June Dawkins, principal, 'tKnight fans will support them 100 percent." This was the second year in a row for the Knights to post a 1-9 record against a succession of teams which later advanced to the state playoffs. Putnam City, Putnam West, Midwest City, and Lawton Eisenhower all quali- fied for state competition. One bright spot in the dismal season was junior Sam Moore's being named Prep Player of the Week by KFJL fol- lowing the 14-0 win over Grant. "We are planning some changes in scheduling next year," said Dr. Daw- kins. "lt's hard with five state powers in a 20-mile range." FAULTY PITCHOUT by Southeast's Randy Page C105 to Lee Cooper C365 is sought after by Knights' end Mike Hinchey 4631. SE's Mark Sav- age C62J and NW's Ronnie Willis QSQJ close in on the play. if 1 . "tn Q- 9 w i Q ' 9 .9 --vb 1 . 1 H 5 I - I Lis... 5, 'f' I ,lk M! .- . ' T Q - rQ5ii"'lt.x Limlfiwiv' n 53 i 4 51 E, L , ' Q 14 ' 1,1 - . . X, L.. 3 ' QV :"3.? 1:3,Q 2 st in ? sr., -5 -, f im a.. , Q' 3, F, i,4 N, i, sf t . Q k. , .1 , X N 4 V 1 iv- 1 - .' 1 -- . T.. u - ' ' 8 1 . f V 1.1 ' .r-- W3 at . 9 -Pisffwm: . . .. Q - 1 5- X. K 1, Q.:- wi 'ln N,-9-1' . . N... . f ' 4 P P f . ' ' ' or - ' .S f- - 1. .... ' . VARSITY--BOTTOM ROW: K. Carlton, T. Jones, A. Smith, A. Brooks, S. Moore, H. Pierce, J. Street, A. McDonald. ROW 2: G. Sanders, M. Sanders, J. Traylor, A, Morton, R. Carolina, J. Barbour, C. Dean, K. Hambrick, S. Freeny, T. Morgan, C, Driskill, G. Albright, M. Gilbert,.T. O'Connor. ROW 3: T. Ecker, A. Dowell, D. Jackson, M. Short, M. Driskill, R. Lamar, T. McKinney, C. Burrows, D. Norman, S. Cooper, B. Samuels, B. Daniels, K. Pullen, B. Robinson, C. Hopkins, G. Willey, M. Hill, TOP ROW: D. Sumral, R. Willis, M, Hinchey, R. Brown, L. Toahty, C, Peaden, P. Eskew, D. Harris, D. McOuade, J. Coleman, C. Holman, D. Duckworth, H. Hull, A. Hadley, R. Jones, G. Johnson, T. Montgomery, R, Pfennings. STRATEGY for the next set of downs is consid- ered by quarterback Darryl Sumral on the side lines during the Edmond game. Football Football 43 5,1 All-City Slickcrs 44 ' J.V. and C-Squad , f M HARD RUSH by freshman linebacker Lorenzo Williams C425 pays off as he drops John Marshall quarterback James Stout C145 behind the line. The Knights' Hayden Hancock C835 and Mar- shalls' Erastus Johnson C365 arrive late on the play. ESSENTIAL BLOCKING TECHNIQUES are dem- onstrated by Keith Pullen, Kelly Carlton and Har- lan Pierce. On their way to the City champion- ship, C-Squad gridmen tallied 172 to 32 points for their opponents, while the Junior Varsity managed only three wins. The JV squad was hampered by constant raids on its personnel as players were moved up to the varsity team. Only 16 remained to complete the last three games. Sophomore Matt Driskill led the team, playing a dual role of offensive quarterback and defensive safety. Carl Ray Dean scored five touch- downs, and Darnell Johnson provided most of the rushing yardage. Natural ability, determination and desire were cited as key factors in the freshman team's success by Coaches Kevin Smith and Mickey Griffin. Improving last year's C-Squad record, 4-5, to 8-1, the fired up ninth graders vowed to change future foot- ball fortunes at Northwest. "We're going to turn around the var- sity situation in a couple of years," said standout Darren Moore. Other team leaders were Lorenzo Williams, Otis Laskey and Hayden Hancock. .sf ON HIS WAY to a long touchdown run is quar- terback Lorenzo Williams C42J as Darren Moore C333 turns upfield for a block of Star Spencer's Gerald O'Connor C931 JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 3-G NWC 12 PC West 6 NWC 12 Del City 20 NWC O Yukon NWC O Midwest City NWC 8 PC West NWC 34 US Grant NWC 6 John Marshall NWC 8 Northeast NWC 20 Putnam City C-SQUAD RECORD 8-I NWC I2 Douglass NWC 18 Capitol Hill NWC 26 Southeast NWC 8 Northeast NWC 16 Grant NWC 42 Classen NWC 32 Star Spencer NWC 18 Ada NWC 6 John Marshall All-City Champions JUNIOR VARSITY, C-SQUAD-BOTTOM ROW: R. Cooper, K. Kilpatrick, S. Mason, J. Freeny, N. Leal, T. Lee, H. To, R. Lewis, J. Doss, R. Michaels, L. Bowman. ROW 2: D. Moore, R. McWaters, M. Elmore, S. Spence, D. Daws, M. Roller, M. Cain, S. Ratcliff, W. Berry, J. Hartpence, R. Brown, C. Germany. ROW 3: W. Joseph, Coach M, Griffin, H. I V SLC-Squad-I Hancock, L. Langrehr, J, Kent, G. Coker, L Gray, J. Moad, R. Noll, R. Palmer, P. Brown O. Laskey, K. Gaddis, Coach K. Smith, J Andrewski. TOP ROW: C. Howard, K Hayden, M. Cochran, B. Williams, T. Gray, P Weeks, G. Pate, D. Wilson, D. Oviatt, O Hammons, D. Jones, M, Samuels. J.V. and C-Squad 45 For the third year in a row, cross countrymen finished first in the All-City Meet, but the defending state champs were edged two points by Norman in the finals and beaten by them in regional competition. The top three runners, John Miley, Mahlon Erickson and David Miley, won first, second and third places in the City, Regionals, Conference and State Meets. The stellar senior trio not only led state harriers, but claimed honors out- side the state. David finished 36th in a field of 580 contestants in a race up Pike's Peak in August, and Mahlon journeyed to Longview, Washington, to compete in the National Junior Olympics. He came in 8th of 84 cross country runners. Placing in the top 30 runners in the City Meet were Richard Blair, Kirk Richardson, Danny Holland and Don Stewart. MID-STATE HARRlERS, neck and neck as they near the finish line of the Conference Meet, are Charlie Cedeno of Del Cityg John Miley, North- west, Mike Truelove, Putnam City and Brian Smith of Edmond. 5-1 ., E UD CROSS COUNTRY-BOTTOM ROW: J. Miley, CD D. Holland, D. Miley, M. Erickson, K. G Richardson. ROW 2: B, Piccolo, D. Ooten, R. 5-1 Hayworth, D. Stewart, D. Dill. TOP ROW: D, Wheeler, T. Armstrong, T. Schert, R. Blair, D. Hankey, 46 Cross Country CROSS COUNTRY Classen invitational suntan. NOHTIBD Invitational Comet Invitational Midwest City Invitational Norman 6-mile Relay P. C, West invitational All-City Mid State Conference Regionals State Tournament Regionals: NWC 72 Norman 57 State Meet: NWC 64 Norman 62 2r'i D nd F 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd wwf Y' 5.16 A ta -"Qi, ,, 4.1, 5 at-iff SENIOR RECORD BREAKERS, David Miley, Mahlon Erickson and John Miley, display the racing form which captured Ali-State honors for them for the second straight year. - s wg Lqf , Qt. . 1.y L 5:2 W E 5 kiwi awymy, gity gnvxg 'I H 1-.fs 5 J" ,14- wi: MEF? 3 'sims 3"'x:gTiw S 535.3 sbs tw, sf s"55E:4-gQg wr Y-Witt? is ig, E xi W, 5? 'bf it is-as ,ami S V m ,gmka mi kafif ,R Q is ii ga 'E' is gp 2 RTW Yeti' WH rt n!1u.g.. f"t" t . ""zfi4'5sfL'1k 51 Auf wait q 91 .5 ' 'rr' , . .. 235-'gifs ll .EV-.N-' -' :t:f15ssQ,s:v'16 'ks' -fflfkw r 1- 1aa' ,:f2-,311-'-3' . is . . fr 'r,- E' 1 'f - Q Q .xali 2 , . rroo A, V1 4- s:f5v3Q??wtep'Qsw 4 Qi - gf. 51 ,s fg I i f, 'O ing 'L ' . 'V Q, 'X ' 'fissify V1 4- Q- H X ' 'P ' QV Vyrrr , , THREE-YEAR Ietterman Kirk Richardson sprints toward the finish line. TOP three finishers in the state cross country meet are Northwest's David M and Mahlon Erickson. iley, John Miley Cross Country ' 47 In the fifth year that the girls' basket- ball team played a full schedule, usu- ally preceding the boys' varsity games, there were fewer upperclass players than ever before. Composed mainly of sophomores, only Cindy Fanning, Laura Nations and Laurie Kretchmar returned to action from last year. "ln most of our games," said Coach Clay Davis, "our girls take the floor with maybe 15 games' total experi- ence and face opponents the same age who have played in at least 50 games." Coach Davis echoed other City coaches' views when he pointed out the lack of emphasis on sports in lower grades in the City schools as com- pared with the organized sports pro- grams in the surrounding school dis- tricts. "Lack of interest in girls' basketball begins in the middle schools," he said. The loss of returning starter Jackie Watson, because of a ligament opera- tion, resulted in newcomers Julie Nash, Janet Jedlicka and Lee Ann l-lammack seeing a lot of action. EYES on the basket, Lori Kretchmar tries for a favorable scoring position with John Marshall's Kathy Cargill in hot pursuit. I Basketbal l I 48 Basketball j gi Nw. GlRLS' BASKETBALL-BOTFOM ROW: D. McAnaIly, A, Fteftner, T. Gorman, J. Jedlicka, K Parleir. ROW 2: Ft. Morgan, C. Fanning, J. Watson, L. Kretchmar, L. Ford. TOP ROW: Coach M Griffin, J. Wylie, L. Hammack, S. Milburn, L. Nations, S. Solloway, J. Nash, Coach C. Davis. t O O WOFKIHQTHGIFWHYUQ GlRLS' BASKETBALL RECORD 2-10 NW 28 Grant 49 NW 22 Millwood 38 NW 36 Edmond 58 NW 23 Midwest City 65 NW 32 John Marshall 42 NW 31 Del City 62 NW 36 Putnam City 55 NW 27 Midwest City 56 NW 39 Edmond 56 NW 26 John Marshall 53 NW 38 Del City 37 NW 50 Grant 46 Moore Tournament-1 st in consolation IN A BURST of speed, Janet Jedlicka slips past John Marshall defender, Roshell Armstrong, during the Bears' 53-26 victory over the Knights. TO LOOSEN UP before a game, the top trio of Knight cagers, Laura Nations, Cindy Fanning and Jackie Watson, plot strategy. WinnorS'CirC1c-3 I 4 5 s S950 ' L 1 . BATTLING FOP THE BALL in their game against Midwest City are Knight cagers Tony Walker C333 and Larry Stevenson nop. BOYS BASKETBALL BECOBD 16-3 Grant Millwood Muskogee Douglass Star Spencer Edmond Midwest City Douglass McGuinness Millwood John Marshall Del City Putnam City Midwest City Edmond John Marshall Del City Putnam City Grant VARSITY BASKETBALL-BOTTOM POW: O. Willis, J. Gaddie, D. Bird S Webber C Smith L. Stevenson. TOP POW: Coach D. Piccolo, M. Bird, K. Hubbard, C. Armstrong J Ftohrer T iii'ZfL4?fn b Heading for the regional tournament after clinching the Mid-State Confer- ence crown at yearbook deadline Feb- ruary 20, Knight cagers were aiming for a berth in the state tournament for the fifth time in six years. Last year the Knights were edged one point by John Marshall in area regionals, losing their chance to play in the state meet. Coach Don Piccolo was named Conference Coach of the Year for the fifth time. Coach Piccolo described his '78 team as being quick, with no big man other teams consistently keyed on. "We played good defense," he said, "and halfway through the season our rebounding improved." He cited the offensive play of the Bird brothers, Monroe and Donnie. "These players practically alternated as high point men in our games." The Knights' only conference loss, to John Marshall, cost them first place in the AP Class 4-A polls, but they remained the Mid-State leader. Basketloal l GOING UP for a lay-up against John Marshall's Harold Hancock is Monroe Bird C251 CBotlom lefty FIEPCE blocking tactics allow Larry Stevenson C105 to take possession of the ball from Stan Calder C333 of Edmond. Greg Sandlin C423 assists. CBelowD "Eh Basketball 51 iS1oorts OfSortsi HAPPIEST HOURS of the week for Joe Ong are the ones he spends with his horse, Lucky Lady, EYES ON THE BALL, Dana Henderson plays a game of pool with Rodney Helt and Christie Boydston. LIFE SAVING TECHNIQUES are demonstrated by Paula Ftatzki and Margaret Dean, who worked as life guards at a local park last sum- mer. CBottom rightj Ilnolivioluall 52 Individual Sports . Y While only a small percentage of students participated in varsity sports, many more enjoyed indoor and out- door physical activity off-campus. Perhaps the most popular recrea- tional interests were outdoor outings for ice and water skiing, depending upon the season, and boating and bicycling. For those who fancied fast-paced adventure, ice hockey, go-cart racing, karate and motorcycles provided thrills. Others looking for excitement tried gymnastics, scuba diving, spelunking and back packing in the mountains. Some pursued popular recreation, like golf and tennis. Learning to play these games had a distinct advantage over such sports as football, for example, in that they pro- vide permanent, rather than tempo- rary, leisure time activity. People play these games all their lives. ffmwfa , K 557: , .c . ,J4 55 g ' fii5Ti-iw ig ISp1asb Do n,TakcDo In his first year as head coach, Northwest grad, Kevin Smith, led his young wrestlers to an improved record, and the swimmers welcomed a new ruling. Wrestlers' efforts were rewarded by larger crowds at matches and by the formation of the Mat Maids, an organi- zation of girls who supported the squad in various ways. They raised money for wrestling uni- forms and equipment by selling do- nuts each morning before school. Mat Maids served as statisticians and kept records for the team. Senior Jakie Lowery stepped into '77 grad Doug Moesel's shoes as team captain and repeated Moesel's first place win in the All-City tournament at 148 pounds. But the spirited squad filled as many weights as possible, with victories pro- vided by Darrell Arterburn, Randy Bross, David Clark, Chris and Matt Driskill, l-larold Hull, Randy Lewis and Jani Jokinen, foreign exchange stu- dent from Finland. A new ruling by the State Athletic Association allowing the division of girls' and boys' events in swimming meets was favored by Captain Lynn Garrison. "This decision," she said, 'thelped our girls win first in the All-City tourna- ment." Four-year letterman, Kelly Bennitt, captain of the boys' squad, and Garri- son qualified forthe State Meet in Nor- man. Bennitt's specialty was the 100-yard breast stroke, while Garrison com- peted in the 50 and 100-yard free style relays. Garrison, Mary l-linchey, Marci Fleet and Mignon Merchant won first place in the 400-yard relay, and l-linchey was first in the 100-yard free style. SWIMMING RECORD 3-3 NW 33 Classen 30 ' NW 36 John Marshall 46 SWIMMING-BOTTOM ROW1 K. Taylor, T. Lusby, H. Hilburn, R. Espe, L. Garrison, B. Stanhope, NW 41 Gfam 325 D. Quintana, M. Hinchey. ROW 2: Coach N. Kaubin, D. Betterton, L. Haynes, S. Baker, M. NW 37W DOUQIHSS 5172 Johnson, R. Johnson, R. Mullenix, J. Garrett. ROW 3: P. Quintana, B. Nesbitt, M. Horton, J. Ong, NW 51 CIQSSG-fi 45 R. Droze, W. Capps, K. Valadez. TOP ROW: T. Wilson, R. Haynes, M. Merchant, K. Bennitt, M. NW 27 Del CNY 56 Fleet, S. West, J. Elrod. All-City Girls-1 st, Boys-4th 54 ' Swimming VARSITY WRESTLING-BOTTOM ROW: R. Lewis, D Arterburn, D. Clark, C. Driskill, C. Burrows. TOP ROW: Coach W. Dake, H. Hull, J. Jokinen, R. Bross, J. Lowery, M. Driskill, R. McWaters, Coach K. Smith. C Q Q 'lg Wfve vrgff 1. Wg- 1 : 5 as f l ap. 2 gat Sy, 4-d 3 .. . 4 ' M JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-BOTTOM ROW: Ft. Cooper, A. l Leon, S. Ratcliff, N. Leal, J. Garrard, L. Bowman. ROW 2: M. Elmore, M. Barbour, B. Berry, S. Mason, K. Kilpatrick, M. Tate. TOP ROW: P. Brown, R. Palmer, L. Toahty, G. Pate, P. Weeks, D. Oviatt, O. Hammons. WRESTLING RECORD 6-8 NW 7 Edmond NW 10 Midwest City NW 21 Northeast NW 37 Grant NW 48 Capitol Hill NW 6 Putnam City NW 18 Yukon NW 9 Western Heights NW 38 Cordell NW 12 Lawton lke NW 24 John Marshall NW 34 Piedmont NW 36 Classen NW 34 Star Spencer All-City-3rd Swimming Wrestling - 55 K L f- ff l 5 .wwf , t ,. U r ef i Q cr Xie ff' x Q L Golf GOLF TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: R. Porter, S. Wentz, S. Gallagher. ROW 2: H. Crosley, C. Lyon. TOP ROW: Coach C. Davis, R. Hooper, L. Newman. GOLF 1977 1-4 NW 313 Crooked Oak 332 NW 349 Moore 326 NW 348 Grant 343 NW 339 McGuinness 304 NW 346 Midwest City 325 Ardmore Tournament-6th Lawton Tournament-8th TOWERING above his foes, golfer Steve Wentz practices the swing that earned him the number- spot on the Knights' golf team, 56 ' Golf Swinging It 1' . s , NOT lgyEN.,a painted ball helps as Steve Gal- lagher 'giesitoisee teammate Randy Hooper line up his 'Jxtputt i ti lfk GIRLS SOFTBALL RECORD Capitol Hill Classen John Marshall Douglass Northeast Star Spencer U.S. Grant All-City Tournament Douglass NW 2 Capitol Hill 7 NW 8 Star Spencer 10 1 GIRLS' SOFTBALL-BOTTOM ROW: K. Parleir, M. Miller, S. Bay, J. Powers, L. Nations. ROW 2: T. Alexander, J. Jedlicka, J. Powers, S. Edwards, Coach L. Denton. TOP ROW: J. Wylie, A, Starks, A. Henderson, C. Fanning, L. Ford. Recoml numbers of mudenw reponedforghm'sohbmlandthe goH team, with freshmen comprising a large percentage of the new partici- pants. The City softball tournament, moved from Northwest to Wheeler Park this year, featured double elimination play. Coach Love Dentons gum upset rnunbenone seeded Grantinthe opening game. Leading hitters for the season and closing tourney were Jeanme Powers,Laura Nahons and Latrice Ford. Hndmg arepmcementforthe'77 golf team captain, David Thompson, was Coach Clay Davis' biggest prob- lenHn'78. Thompson,who maced Hhhinthe Mid-State field of 60 linksmen, attended the University of Oklahoma on a golf scholarship this year. Returning '78 lettermen were juniors Steve Wentz, Larry Newman and sophomores Randy Hooper and Steve GaHagher A GOOD EYE helps catcher Karen Harris assist the Knights to a win over Northeast. Coach Don Piccolo serves as umpire. CTop leftj x 'Xue T w-:N3 Softball ' 57 V 1977 BOYS TRACK RECORD V4 City Meet Mid-State Regional Meet State Meet 1977 G All city-4m 100 yard dash 2nd ?2OI:'a'gIdaSh 2nd WINTRY WEATHER doesn t keep sprrnters Joan OW U' 95 2nd Farrell and Jackle Ward from praotlce runs on relay-3rd "3 . Xi! GIRLS' TRACK BOTTOM ROW J Mercer L Ervun P Blandon J. Ward. ROW2 S Kowal J Farrell M Robmsort A Starks TOP ROVV:CoachD Plccolo P Parker L Garrett A Rettner I. Ford 1' The spring sports season of '78 will go down in the record books as proba- bly the most frustrating in school his- tory. Day after day in January and Febru- ary baseballers, tennis players and boys' and girls' track teams took to the halls and gyms for daily workouts. Coaches and athletes anxiously watched the skies and checked weather reports in hopes of getting outdoors. The track teams were, perhaps, the most hampered by harsh weather as . they tried to get ready for track meets. The '77 girls were paced by seniors Shirley Temple and Carla Fiobinson. Their specialties were in the hurdles events. Temple was named outstanding girl athlete in softball, basketball and track. She was selected for the Wornan's Sports magazines All-American team. Another '77 standout, sprinter Jackie Ward, was expected to lead the '78 squad. The '77 boys' team finished first at All-City, fourth in the Mid-State Con- ference Meet and fifth in the state con- test. ln the State Meet John Miley placed first in the two-mile race, with a time of 9:34. Brother David was right behind him with his time of 9:35. ln the 880 race Mahlon Erickson fin- ished second. Other runners who qualified for state competition were Terry Robin- son, Danny Holland and Kirk Bichard- son. Thirteen lettermen reported to Coach Ken Naylor for practice for the '78 season. CLOSE on the heels of Brad Piccolo is Midwest City's Waldo Hopkins in the Coaches' All-City Meet at the Myriad January 21. BOYS' TRACK-BOTTOM BOW: Fi. Staats, H. Gower, M. Windham, H. Pierce, E. Fountain, D. Morrison, D. Jackson, Fi. Willis, P. Eskew. BOW 2: D. Carter, B. Piccolo, D. Holt, J. Johnson, W. Cox, M. Shelton, M. Leonard, C. Winslett, E. Morehead, Coach K, Naylor. BOW 3: Coach Fi, Lawrence, R. Windham, M. Erickson, O. Hazley, J. Traylor, H. Carrington, B. Merritt, C. Peaden, A. Schroeder. TOP BOW: J. Miley, D. Miley, G. Willey, S. Brown, M, Sanders, C. Hopkins, G. Sanders. A. Dowell. Track ' 59 SCOOPING UP A LOW BACKHAND is top seeded tennis player Mark Wolfe as he aims for the baseline. 1, f mu a nl vm us... f1 BOYS' TENNIS-BOTTOM ROW: S. Leverett, E. Adams, G. Koelsoh. ROW 2: J. Crockett, J. Ong, Coach M. Griffin. TOP ROW: N. Chovvning, M. Wolte, D. Stewart, ROCKET SERVES by Margaret Dean, Jeanne Powers, Christie Boydson, Scarlet Morrow and Teresa Miles are launched into the air. 60 'Tennis 1977 BOYS' TENNIS RECORD 7-6 NW 6 Del City 3 NW 3 U.S. Grant t NW 3 Heritage Hall 6 NW 4 Capitol Hill O NW 3 Classen 1 NW O Putnam City 6 NW 2 Douglass 3 Nvv 0 Edmond T 9 NW 2 John Marshall 3 NW 7 U.S. Grant 2 NW 4 Star Spencer O NW 1 Northeast 3 NW 4 Heritage Hall 3 Douglass Tournament-3rd lATwist OfTheWristI ,Q-.na-we , Qt i MW- -- X 'E' 1- Ji 'V ,,,, .f A. 4 ti' I -, it I, . V . wamw'ra'iw.-,Wm ... ,.-,.M ....i4L-W-1-A--er-i s' Phrrf' 'Y ,gfQ,",y ff . ,fi :?hff!?S2flVt?f:!, Q I it H? ' aww? r With the popularity of tennis soaring L as a national pastime, enrollment in sixth hour tennis classes continued to increase. I 1 t : ggg gg Sophomore Mark Wolfe and senior ' t n Jeannie Powers, number-one singles players on the '77 team, returned to lead the '78 netters. Ron Lewis was the only graduate on the varsity boys' '78 team. He won the number-one doubles division at the Douglass Invitational tournament his junior and senior years and placed third in Mid-State last year. For the '77 girls, Heather Daly, a four-year letterwoman, dropped only one dual match during the season and was nominated for the All-State girls' team. Expected to contribute to the girls' '78 record were returnees Christie Boydston, Margaret Dean and Lori Kretchmar. Coach Waynoke Odom took her 3 lii' girls' team to Enid the first week in March to an invitational tournament. Reporting to Coach Mickey Griffin as top prospects were Doug Stewart and Neil Chowning. The boys' and girls' teams played in a City tournament, new this year, for doubles' mixed teams. 1 ,,,, fystfgyzglssff. -,,, A HOT SERVE helps Doug Stewart overcome the cold weather in a pre-season practice. GIRLS' TENNlS-BOTTOM ROW: l. Ong, M. Miller, A. Pelts, D. Cruz. ROW 2: M. Dean, T. Miles, S. Morrow, J. Powers. ROW 3: T. Alexander, J. Powers, C. Boydston, R. O'Grady, TOP ROW: D, Crumpler, S. Pinkerton, L. Kretchmar, A. Henderson, L. Nations. 1977 GIRLS' TENNIS RECORD 5-6 NW 4 Grant O NW 3 John Marshall 6 NW 3 Capitol Hill t NW 3 Classen l NW 3 Putnam City 6 NW 1 Douglass 3 NW 3 Edmond 6 NW 2 John Marshall 3 NW 4 Star Spencer O NW 3 Northeast 1 NW 3 Grant t Central State Tournament-2nd Mid-Stale-4th Tennis' 61 Victory celebrations swept Knight- land Monday lVlay 16, 1977, in recog- nition ot Northwestls second state baseball championship in school his- tory. The Knights downed Tulsa East Central for the title the previous Satur- day night at La Fortune Park in Tulsa with pitcher Chuck Linhardt striking out 12 and walking only one player. A triple by Kurt Meyers gave the Knights their final run in the top ot the seventh inning. The state title was first won in 1957 when Coach Clay Davis was at the helm, All-City honors were received by tive Northwest players, and Coach Darrel Palmer was selected All-City coach of the year. ln addition to Eric Percival and l.in- hardt, Dewayne Vaughn was named to the first team, juniors Clay Smith and Joe Gorman received honorable men- tion. "Our super pitching staff," said Coach Palmer, Udeserved a lot of credit." Linhardt, chosen state player of the year by the Daily Oklahoman sports staff, posted a 14-3 record, Vaughn was credited with 10 wins to one loss. Power hitter Percival batted in the winning run to lead the South to a 1O-9 victory in the All-State game last August. Linhardt, also an All-Stater, pitched the first three innings of the game, striking out four players. POWERFUL HITTING by senior Clay Smith led the Knights to a state title in 1977. IBaseba11I 62 Baseball 1977 VARSITY BASEBALL RECORD NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC NWC 35-1O Northeast Southeast Norman Mustang Mustang Capitol Hill Yukon Lawton Lawton Northeast Moore Edmond Del City Midwest City Norman Douglass John Marshall Meeker Putnam City Tulsa Rogers Tulsa East Central Grant Shawnee Guthrie BASEBALL RECORD Ccontj NWC 1 1 Guthrie NWC 1 1 Grant NWC 4 Norman NWC 3 Del City NWC 13 Star Spencer NWC 6 Midwest City NWC 8 John Marshall NWC 4 Capitol Hill NWC 5 Classen NWC 5 Putnam City NWC 1 1 Putnam City West NWC 1 Putnam City West NWC 4 Meeker NWC 14 Choctaw NWC 4 Grant NWC 3 Putnam City West NWC 9 John Marshall NWC 3 Putnam City NWC 10 Stillwater NWC 8 Tulsa Edison NWC 7 Tulsa East Central State Finals-1 st STOLEN BASES are easy to come by tor Jackie Gray as he sneaks past the second baseman in a daily practice. Lil..- Baseball ' 63 I A Harcl ACTTQI-70110 EYES ON THE BALL, Senior Dale Gallegly shows perfect form in preparing to hit in a prac- tice session. CALCULATED MOVES by Larry Stevenson and Monroe Bird Clar rightj enable them to catch the ball without a mishap. CONTEMPLATING the chances of winning another state championship, Coach Darrel Palmer Crighty watches the pitcher wind-up. Baseloall l 64 Baseball K -F vi fl . VV A l l , . A Us Q r ., , N, N ,NM 14,1 .y as-ff . -.. fri,-we-w...Err.. ff -,Q-i.z.:, , , . L c tee.. .Y ,Q ', EV ya. T "' fi. ' Q- 325853 ' warg, .' .gQ2,!"l. ' .',mAgaz 'fe - 'r 'ity , 1' ,but 'Qi3Y5r n' r ,. if-is Y f 791- ,,1,, 7 unitormslliwtere-fquirckly soiled arrived on thesoggy school dia- g W 1 W W gsm WW 92 'ff ffl 1 ,,l, . T A ' i Harsh weather in January and Feb- ruary drove the '78 baseball club to the gym tor workouts before and after school. Returning starters from the state champion '77 squad were seniors Clay Smith, Joe Gorman, Monroe Bird and Larry Stevenson. Other returning lettermen were sen- iors Mitch Short and Joel Slaughter. A succession of paper drives, spon- sored by baseballers, financed a trip to Grand Prairie, Texas, March 9-11 for a championshiptournament. Top ranked teams from the South- west were invited to this invitational tournament. At press time, February 14, Smith was a prime candidate for professional ball. Scouts were on hand to watch the Knights' ace second baseman at opening scrimmages. Siwm . . ,, -i.. 4-van cf N' VARSITY BASEBALL--BOTTOM BOW: T. O'Connor, D. Stewart, J. Gorman, T. Burger, M. Bird, S. Pickle. BOW 2: D. Gallegly, J. Cortez, Coach M. Longstreth, Coach D. Palmer, C. Smith, L. Stevenson. TOP BOW: J. Slaughter, K. Berry, J. Lout, J. Cortt, M. Short, K, Bridges, K. Berry. Baseball 65 n i . 1 Organizations ' 67 .fY.":'f fiffv . . 1 5 I x ,, Al! , 'H nt! 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'BB Pl "I :.- 1 f . 1 f L.-iz.esigtltletmzzg -' . . . .- - - . --wet-,Qt'rvi-1:::t.-.iifszlfer 5--an-.f.:l. .+I1.-:--Q-fwu,.g1g1.'is2fa1?faWsg4:lgpf- f --fy :ggQ,mq.,,ff.-,t . .- , . .egg . .. . -. -,iisfygi-f.,1Y'.r. 1.....5f,g13gfMlg,ts 5.vf:.r.'gixglunffyfgs C ff :await S Y'.,-- X 3 L""L .L'mLL'- r lrlll XVI- -'L-, t Y ' X 3 . .. .., .. . ...at . fi ed X 1 N nnv,..., Band and orchestra members log- ged a lot of travel time as they marched in five parades, appeared at Oklahoma State University Band Day and performed for numerous civic functions. Individual members won outstand- ing honors. Jenny Abler, Mark Crutchfield and Sharon Pratt were selected by the Oklahoma Music Educators' Associa- tion tor the All-State Orchestra. Last spring Mark won the S800 first prize in the Buttram Music Contest for his performance on the violin. He also senfed as concert master for the Jun- ior Symphony. Out of the four City students who were named to the CODA CCentraI Oklahoma Directors Associationj band, two were from Northwest. They were Vicki Malone and Jenny. The usual tall and spring concerts were presented, and the two music groups entered district and state con- tests. An end-of-year pleasure train trip to Kansas City completed the depart- ment's year. -wg-fats: -t...e:,fJf Q-ff we:"24te.:w pf tl tt A A , 4 521.1.frf.et:f5.frsg:ffm.feefSrff?5ffg5?gw,wisqm.: , vets: . , .M I., t - g,z,m.t,,h. teft.fsy.,..g ,, ti. -, , -aa, t.,t .f,.,QQ,,fM m.v,.f f...fw-fist--x, 'fr it-Qt .. swf we-msw .raw ffl.-:sg-,.,,,i,..,. wi tw-my at sr:g2"m1i+!rs sifwtfrwt-fri. ff.-.::...t,:'w.,:+:.-ff- - .f'fL:1Qn, g :psf .5-1157... pf fy,-iiigtmtlwggtfgltg , ..t. ,..., ss 2 tt A A I Mycs.asxtsxfffrfgmtrws'-':s,1fft,,1s3,fwffNasffff-t-'-r-W:fws-fyviffl-f -:-M.m,,.i- -f--w.1ft..1- H f-ewt...T...s.t,MsW.,atee., ,tt . , ' l 4 "'A I 'i." 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Girls in HERO CHome Economics Related Occupationsj were hostesses at a semi-formal banquet for their employers, local child care center supervisors, in April. Girls in VICA CVocational and lndus- trial Clubs of Americaj won numerous trophies in district contests. 'Q msgs H, fiii ffIIIr-af:-1 :f-Iw5aerIzIirI,-I:-I IIIIIIIQIIM,fIu:fII:.sIII,MIQSIIIIIIII:I.IgI-fI,,- ,, gg ,f, I 1 I:?2fli?2i:22 II ivgsvfii .. . ,III -,M ,- . II. M51 I I --mf I I, .,,'fII:ff1iIswI Wg.:-I g - 7 V' - II II M III-me I 'G K - III-I'i:1,.1-2,-fw-I sPrI1sI2.s , . w Iv XIII.. IWII-is-ESQ-EI .III z- es5l!2fIzI2.:sIiiIE5igE I3 rms rim- 1.51 il wi: II,-,ee K I-wisIIsg,+Is, r L Y kg, QI It iffsifsilg f- I .resin -lbw-fit I-L liI-gag,-HI: :Wigs , wiiw Igg-guilt --me VI.-rw: - 'eilffws gig, ,,...xxQ3fL1 -,iz I lrfrifiii ,- , -fir?" ,gwsaii IMI? f':5?aSir'gi A -- --hl Ia : Ingres -I I . 5 :Im-I. I II , g II ,IE I is S., All I .3 ..., l . 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Honor societies were full of athletes, working students and some who expressed themselves in various forms of art. High standards of admission to the National Art Honor Society were main- tained. Artists were required to submit portfolios of their work in several differ- ent mediums. Members prepared for entry in the Young Talent in Oklahoma contest and for the school's booth in the Downtown Arts Festival. L FBLA CFuture Business Leaders of Americaj participated in district and state conventions and made plans to travel to Florida in June to the national meeting. Social events included a picnic, Christmas party and faculty tea. The all-girl club built and entered a float in the homecoming parade. U- g7h li 9 . 3.k: ., lvl' , , . 11,2 5:57 Qi Q 'i A ' A " A 'K A 'Q' 2 - -x 1 -.- -fi . .f -so :nf--....fsffMwm.gv--ww-:Q-L--.M 4. ,.,fQ.,g.-.ffz--'um f if . ...... .L rsss 'tll A 'fliiilffiif , . .. t Hermit. it twig i ., . kftt 1 i.is be .f.l. ...ss T i'?Tff sisi J lis.i .iii A 3 ' FINAL STEP in initiation into Future Secretaries of America is taken by Angela Bradford, Vickie McAnally, Tammy Brooks, Judith Cochran, Lisa Halverson and Irene McCauley. 72 - Nat'l. Art Honor Society is :mai-sun ' 'vu' F ' 1 -if Q .X . . 4,4 L, ,Ra gig-wi. Wk , Q ...- . ,.,, . W-,mf-' . . , , . . s T . T ,. 5.1, K .--git-Q , F: T - al l f ss 4 " A 5 ' KS f.-. parade are McAnaIIy, PhyIIistScroggin. Riding of their FBLA affli- wider and Sharon Mercer. ..,.?5'w4--win-,.f mf of fs , A-Mei.-if, fm, i H, 4, w 'Q -L'L , '- if ,--' Y M ' " . lr " ii, -X W 4 V - ' - -- - Q,1:h5igf' 4 . t s- " 5 s ' H ag ., , , V, V ' 1 H 522 J YZ Ffrjfl, C , .. x . Q - .. . 4 -""'n N 1 ""f fr v ,ai 6 , --.- e M " f . . '11-erm .1 ff ,, X . N H . . , ' , . ' ' - F , ? A A , K , 1 x ' W W mor- 3- M? I ' , fi .3 , X 4- if ' ,, il? r. W ,r', M : 5' ff V '--k'-', , . . "-h V V 'f.', ste: rf: : we Sifvggr -1 - yxj: sign: -Lk,, . V f, V 54125 ' f- w,g1ge5fffr,z,-. fear-W-frsegziffrzisfW. X . fr i , . i W .qty1oe---S.ww,-3fe,s, - f.kgiggff-,i?m5?fW:EW:s1nf5+n',f,Luz,-2.1312 - 41.1, ,K , - .1 ,f:ri.y,tgg.f:wf,.- , - r, 1ffmwwf-ritz35-M313 ww: s LUSC MUBYE 7'r' 5 rrhr r Vaimafieft-H 49 1 rL',L 3 ,ra'a i H .r ' :ii'::ff,L s 1,' ? , K Avzi ,.,'.1 . .. gzgfgifr . , ,. . i. rrr, t tr . . , , -1. A -- .f . I ,- som.wrra7gq,t.fe.-it,et'Q t,i.m7,gg?,,gF51.1-twig ffff W: -,ff:-,grew-:t,r --1 r V , - .-w A -- -1 Y ,. . 1 fiffwfiissg-wwPfg5wg1-,wt yz 1-gtsm'-i1yQ,.'f,:Q1,Efy2.gfwi5ws'?i? ' 1 qu ' " K z f - f 'ri 'flv.- 'i' ' ' 1 TT fri. J - ri z . r - Y ,I 5 f , Mmi-4 3.?2"i3'1if14'tfiwrfv1f:f.fr.2x:gfw.,- -rw'at-f"ffvf.i.wf'g5sv:r ffsw:-fr, - f Rows ii 3 S, 5 H Q?1Li??2e1?oDiCkSnS0n- J- 1 e eisra i ra a r f v E 1145-94 ,afar ,-draws -Q - Q 01 at rrr' ' 4 A s-.ta ., 755 CAREFUL measurements for poster designs are made by National Art Honor Society officers Susan Yeagley, Kim Koop and Marc Hawkins. Nat'I. Honor Society, FBLA - 73 GJ' h: ' Row1isQi5WE5fz,sfrrehcn,J , M qwarseritM,cfaatiucit,J.L0ur. new .'2:L.ANlct-lelfey, K ' ' C A. Kahis, L. Ihvrttpson, M. Erickson, My McGres?HfgB.'gil?iccolo, J. Hayg1i,igitcqg4fgi3g-mrs,J. cont, R. Parker, s. Milburn, D. McAnally Wheeler, J. Pugh, Eggiacpbsong O, Riddell, C. Lyon! l55fBerkeyL JQ'Cocklin, rtlnegnggstzneasnman, J. Slaughter, S. Hutchinson, D. Stewart iffi-'flr5S-Ttiittgttjgitggipert.QM1Hawkins,Vgt.1l53astigQM,gBerry. ROW 4: C. Ford, CQBurfows, E. Fountain, Pate, DgMarrgLQNewman A Sleem VZ --,, 515. rs rt ere- TOP Rewiwfieyr G. wer. M. Home 'Gm-CQGHCSU. V. Altm1s.fwie.lo. team. J A 1.1.ggglfgffitgnef,D..HartoneQ,K5 M. Rathbun,T.Jones: '--- o ' A "t, jfijji-fVffV ttt- J r 11-g Q .V i A'--", fj,f ,-.,-' 't.Q. ft t,- "tt'1 S 't't 'tttt q -IVZS '-.'Vj ' . 1 ' t"1t'., ' V tt,t f .. V- V -t,',t ',:.- ' A. ,VLV . .. . ,,..,,,,,tt,L Z:q.Ll, ,t. r, tttt-wt V t ., . V. i V V Service clubs made a special effort to become involved in community and school benefit projects. Key Club sponsored the annual Christmas dance with money raised from the boutonniere sales homecom- ing vveek. Other activities included ushering at Open l-louse, a float trip down the Illinois and winning second place in the float contest during home- coming. Community contributions consisted of visits to the Cottonwood home for retarded adults and an adopt-a-child program at Christmas. Courtesy Clubbers scheduled one service project a month. These included a fudge sale, Christmas bas- kets to the needy, sewing breakfast to the faculty and taking underprivileged children to the circus and the zoo. 74 ' Key Club 1571-15315 1 f News S1i'f1-Vighpggiffgiil' gill- ig 1 V ,k,,.:, .KVM 535515 sgVsvg'1'VVIf1fi"seV. Kaya' A--' me , .i2,i2V V: van '4 I Q 5 ,-M35 WL. P1 r ,ix ., 'X , 0 A., , o " NJ Q CAREFUL MOVES are made in a checkers game by Jamie Baker, who joined other club members in regular visits to a local nursing home, ,V-,,,3,,,,X,Vj ,w,i5,,-V,V-- ,gy -eff' .V V - ' f V- f' - - s. w4f:'fm:1z1ffgz'f', 1 cw 'VV.:we-'fs'4:'sffas1i145gj'fgk K K ' V - - ,,,V HJ ies ,iAi,flvwfisziiwsk.sezisiifffix -1. '1:2'f21'::r1' '1 5, ii" . . V .:,j:Qgg,ggggfffX V: -, ssz'vVzs1zsfzV1sfz .112 ii'-' 'iVl"S-EV-2i2i2?222?22VffH V V ' ' V. 5 I f i . 5 da 'iezxsiifis 55 1 ' ' .gi --.if:gqZ5Vi4gfx1. A i A1 5:1225 551-5 xffiz-x . - 'fswziife . - - . ,,,5-View . . zz.ps1afs?afms1ff''fszffei V. 1g,Vifii:V-gfiggggg.'f -. . Q fo . , -,,5g,ff,Lg,,g:,gg K V - -, 1'V2"f,1iozfms2g, si' isvilff fizzf-f2.eV1fizciiiwfiaaiisaiivfiif'iff:ir - 1+z.s:vz'sv2:s'1i1sQisw.. 'f': 2 :" ii: ff' ' ' 'JEL ":- 2f,V ' f ff ff:iV2Fif:ffiSfV- ,--,f: -V ".:f. 1 IV: ROW P- -'Sri1iih. J, BaKS!3iLE5l7li1lverson,:VRliiiilfiiielgliLiiCCifl'1!3i3lii?lQZiiil!f5velvV C- Burien lieieii 21 FV Heffdffm D- CfumplerslfGhfliesaiaBQVsQi5reQ29VQ+VVrannbiaiiafsiiiidsiishq.0:i5asie1bufn. v. ofossquf f Lonazwhffson. wow sl sgiaeynofds. SV EV EDU557 Mcconnellx S4 Y" fill iiii Y5aiii?3YQ1EliifiN-iSh-iT- C6Sll?5!?2!9!4'VT9P FlQ5il!iii?S25Z5lZ2??iiV5?lIJilf41iZ5i32?iiiFEE5fiF9Gfi'A'?iKel'Yi-'315S'm0S0n- C' MUllf5fFi54VV5- M00f6V.V!?5i A i,., Bei1mpiq,Q.VHayesfVI.Eeltsl2MVf5lafc1ck,Vi,RiGanzaiEQfVGVVBDydSi0n., V' , . , V V . , i "--V 3 .Vi V V V L, -V. - H ' - V gg gfg f A nf 3 5. 25-gf11essa1!si1!szVsezz rgzfisifilf' V viii' -ff ., V 'ffl ' ' as-.akislimm-f:VVe:.--1 ,lzlglff-Xf'g315S'f!fif?fV,iivmfviV13-mfhevm-5SLffVs:f7'.,KV' V' K , r'r' . x . Q iz, .sig 5 wi gi .M-1V9VV,JVliiu,-.lg,.,w.,,iii 5 L , A is Service lllith Fl Smile 'V , N - 0 if f ' 1 f' Q. LIKKWLT 4 er Courtesy Club ' 75 w w,-K 4-5 z"'ffF5:.2.51fa7i.X ,, :ff VI i ' . Wg f - wr W' ,ff ,J , J, .,,:ve,f . -- fw:v.W--,.fw,z 1 15, 3 i an K' 15223242 V1 - ' , " iw-Wxx--Vi. fi, ' .. Ji? f Ki H ,11.,f?I. K 1 . 4 giikyfc .I H "-' I '- .K Y , 2 iz , ,. HU. LS., , - - A, . , . .. , . uw K.oew1e , o,LQveu i 1i?bwh c , ,-m2, 'I . YM Y-L x - FhQfE?:ickgfJL' Cokdp-RQ3QVfZ:f1Nilff-.Levvisggfgyg 5621K,.Grif!itn,TfgMorQney, L, Bakerg B. Ziegelgruber,-'M ,--A vafaaez. -TQli?j13QWp 1AQ bgGrayi ia. P. Bfackeref, ,C '??9f9f'9"'efd'B4A'DGf?4 2 ! k K K ,. . , k...., K , , . . f 76 ' Thespians .. W . . ,, , , ,,,.,, L. x T,Mw,,..kT , . -,.-- ., x , --'-- ,- ., H - - V-1 - V' ' 'A we-2-wfagsz-Q , K. , , ,I , ,,,.. ,kW.,4 Up Find Coming Stors Shows and programs were pre- sented at least once a month, with Thespians and Modern Dancers dis- playing their talents. Thespians opened their season with a production of God 's Favorite, a com- edy by Neil Simon. ln January they presented a series of nine one-act plays which, for the first time, included first year drama stu- dents. Tl'iat's Entertainment was the theme ot the fall Modern Dance show. lt fea- tured a variety of music from Broad- way shows to popular tunes. Their spring show, I Dig Rock'n Roll Music, traced hit songs from the 40's to the 7O's. Behind the scenes, the stage crew built sets and arranged lighting and sound for all school programs. ,V ,Z f 5 .Wi , x,,t,,,-iw ui' - .-was-53 f t ---W hiiiw-5li,:- ' , l'T'y--, Z? 2 f :lml'flz:ii'Qy- V U 'Qi' J' D i f t : f ', T, - i . , f WL: ' i f - , i,., f:,w.'J:e -Mt-ltiatesiitzwf.2-guif',.--gift',-item:--ai,f, .f f .f - ' , , l -f , ,. ,,,, ,, My ,.,,,. ,, .. ,A-i,,. , lllll i ,,,, DANGEHSOWOM RQWE llls U'Mulvefiev-lfimxsstdefoav -lri QC-,5i5!Ygfi,1Q:S-SwH9S5,4i'MEFIQQYJ G lt'ii't"t E Wffiifitefd-iD- 9lCltfQff3.r,E'- VanLaa'tef3.,i,QE0WFl21 L-.Q?!tt?4ti?EiQiffi15UKFQWS5l??fli1gidribltS.'H!Msn?-iliC.ri K, l"'i'i Q4 3939f?lf2?Q5-+1f1li?V9' 'C'5ft1t??fffrtii?'fC5fiffiIh- Lf Milieffy-fM, .,,, nefriierg,ToP,taow: R. erufiq.-,iT,Q. 5- l'lUftf9fL M-'Ffaheri J T S - T 15 ' r,,' "y, - 'l,, r-" ' fi r,, r' ' 'r + "'.' ,--,' Q "1t, I r't' , -- i -V . . .. t f r - f - V ini i,-, ' If f lffff'-1 - ,, ' ?-',5'I'filQfSi -, 1 - i'r'sfE5m.2'-P1i'l'swL ' ' ,, : i ' -, - iw, - . 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CANTINA BAND, music from Star Wars, pro- vides perfect futuristic music for dancers Sandy Hess Cbelowj, Sandy Hunter, Mignon Merchant, Kim White and Comelia Sanford in the fall pag- eant. Ctop photoj Modern Dance Stage Crew ' 77 ,T ,.,,,i ,Mia ,M i fi - 3 2 H-1,":Zf.i ' iiye G E L e A G 1 .-',-. .,,.: 1 .i',"' . " :f -. ' , e V r . 'R Q' ,4 'L , , ,., ,' v . ,V "B in '- ..f: V, if A.:'- eg, - - , J' S' f , -i.'f'1z, eieeb eei 'UP f i v ' i H- ' ,A ' " 'G ' 4 G ' 41V , if ff 1 ,4 ' , i M. " A V ,PU , .1 It 'if 'K ' f f, K ' G . .LAAI v ' ' Q 'I SQAXZE9' ,Z 7 5 Q , ji LVAZ' , Y if ' ' W' '-.- f L'- A G i geii G G G iiir li? G igig G GER'W5N1CLUB+PBUIT ?Sf3QWi5'Qir54E?5EE5ii?i?33z1E9H909i'YC!ae5Yf?i?fQ'd, 0 Va'de29V-igardenhire ,.., Jffiyff Qnaneygaqchaney,,Big,2igg1?,gfuberi how 2:VJo5BQohanan, M. Jones,-for i if i TfoA??FS?f0n9. L' Gfffvk 5FfH6ffU'fCkSf BQi2S?iIwieHf Wefnekfr ' r -I ,. , 31 K-.Ja"f?S,fQ: Piomey. 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K fi 565:13 G' 1' .2512 l H rw df, t W1 if wi 1-1' Y, ii fr, is' fiffi-H : vwsff 2 ,-. ' ,Ms ,gm K, . tai , Lgittggiltar me-.ri if ,ittrt-its KK2':' iiiffvzg -wif! ggggft Zeit: . -f . , Wifi-'Zi Ffgiflifiii , . -,mam ig N :'- wisafaris:tmgfirreiirvigg- -fK, e x-vz,f tfigyiiysgwgzp-'iffm.rl-ivzssfts? Y-1 Q2si:2'u,,,K-z-g,g Wf-1A- Vfr, ,-.,K 5 , ,,-K i ' -Q ' -'- f F Y- '-,- T7 ,1 -1' -KKK 1, i, 'F rf- ' - isl - if iw How does one keep one's mind on eeKee K.K.- 2 A f I ' I fi, " . STREETS of Quebec lure French Club tourists, Ben Freeny, Kerry Rogers, Latluan Hadley and Sherry Williams, during Spring Break, lT'S FIESTA TIME as Spanish Clubbers visit the pyramids in Mexico City during Spring Break. They are Chris Driskill, Mahlon Erickson, Mike Coleman, David Pitts and Mike Happ, class work when his mind is filled with dreams of the sunny beaches of Aca- pulco? 'lThis year's trip," said Mr. John Culbert, sponsor, "is 'special' because it is an anniversary trip." The journey of 20 students and sponsors to Mexico City, Acapulco and their environs marked the tenth year Mr. Culbert and school Spanish Clubbers have made this trip. Mr. Culbert noted that the trip passed the million-mile mark that he and his students here have traveled. -- Basketball tournaments among - French, Spanish and German Club , ,. - ,fn members drew spectators from lan- I M guage classes before school in the boys' gymnasium. - Leading scorers for the Spanish Club, who defeated the German and - French Club teams, were Doug Stew- art, Mahlon Erickson, Mike Fox and Mark King. H Continental Floir OO D. 'll Team, Coun -Jesters Flashing fire baton shows at halftime in Taft Stadium, carefully executed cheerleading routines and assembly appearances marked a busy year for the Knightettes' drill team, majorettes and cheerleaders. The varsity cheerleaders, headed by Marci Fleet and Mary Fraher, earned a superior rating every day in a clinic at the University of Oklahoma. Knightettes' heads, Rhonda Bruner and Danita Foster, received excellent ratings at a clinic last summer. Majorettes entered the State Fair contest with Lisa Andrewski and Deb- bie Spaeth 'raking first place. Court Jesters sponsored a dinner for cross country members and held tumbling sessions in preparation for cheerleader tryouts. ADMIRING the trophies that they won in con- tests are majorettes Lisa Andrewski, Debbie Spaeth, Dana Carroll Cseatedj, Susan Moore and Lisa Carney Cstandingj. CHILLY WEATHER doesn't put a freeze on spirit for cheerleader Jackie Ward at the Enid game. ..--X sr. r,vif..t. . .-,,-Wiiisstfgifli . : . . ll. ... K ..y...yAlg.y. 235255 in L ' V , V .6 Q35 '..'-'liiii L , r,Lf:l'l" . -- K K . . , KK . -f - .. - .K f , .,.:qgi,-.rt f.f' r...:-,.:,1fgw.s . -1g.gfz1f'a'fi:f , , , " ' j .V 5-"T ll.5ffs'1'-f , ::Qi"gg5i531'r',1 ,,i A ,::Li'?gff' .5 -- 'if 1, K Q- - K K . - rg. . . r , . g rgearwailvfa-.1...w- K. . H . . . K. rt. .. , .. K. . . . . 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A . ,.., H , , W , .,,.L, K K fi ff. ,..,,, im,-If.:-,ii ,,,.,L wg-'wi ,:..,,. ,k,.,,,.,,, k,,, Mi, ,,k, W K , K K , I ,V U f ' if x " f I I .. 2' 1 1 7..f Q W- -A .. . ,-1 -5 i.-,,.. ,-fig :W ,. - gi E65 ojoret Lf3Q3F'T'?YJ'.D- spaeimfSQ' Andfewsilrgi-D.?Gi1ZrQi!Qgif-iz-,g11?gwfffiibf,'-ff ,khi 'i "if 1 ,"-,' 7 K f. f Robbie Rousers SIPPING on the sidelines, Marci Fleet takes time out from cheering to watch half-time activiiies, Majorettes, Cheerleaders ' 81 Declining membership in pep clubs caused the two groups to combine their efforts in more projects this year. The girls were hostess to football players at a luncheon in a nearby church following football season. On February 11 the annual dinner dance was held at the Holiday lnn Northwest. One hundred and fifteen couples danced to the music of New World. Decorations carried out the theme, "Night of the Knights." Highlight of the dance was the crowning of John Williams as the pep club beau. Other candidates were Joel Slaugh- ter, Scott French, Cliff Holman and Chris Driskill. Girls also collaborated for skits for pep assemblies throughout the year. For the first time juniors in Coronets were permitted to run for the top six offices. :ag 5155? Heepin'Thot Spirit Up -- 1 r . .:i"i:'55tiElf.'i' . l " Q' aff. f ' T-fi--A GQ: S if, K -Q Q? fy X. f. g fi: 'gy V -K vRT..f'f if wyyx sci" , , f V- ' ' N 1 13 'if' T I . M.,,.,,,,M Qij rfgi' ik ge,sir2ri?Qi2i!l?l:ltEjil :Q 'O .m Q 'S 5 ,, . F- IU 2 O' C - P U 5 Q g . .S 11 KU Si .g,, QV i.., fr is-iE.Q.fl.:l wr f.:.-afiizgix fggl rife T, Q0 ..- .N M .ny Q. 5. ,Q . GQf30NEf PEP CLUB-BOTTOM ROW1 Cf ROW 21 L ul.-1: 3. et F V' O 3 'P AQ 5' Q. , 2 s 3' E fb 7 3 .P l F.1- tfafgan. L- MCHSWSY. A, Wev. N. Forbes.sW-veek, B4lSimon. cw Piene, G f-KMQCSYBWV M, wma. B. sleeps, J. Pugh. lv, oige, M: Slavick. J i .... .f A . l ' 'E .,gt35sr :fl psig yr, . .. . .. V H. fi. - if ap' ..' 2' Q 'N fix? 5 . Q 3 s s - t f f, if H .T H l V f - 'r . . l '7 lt.. 'kf' in J' Q' C ' fl 4 'lv we T at 7 l ' ' ft if - L.. 'ALM '34 . ,tsi E. ati. S. firearm. D.. me ' 'g o. 52?kf?f .9fiGibS5vnf FTGWf2rgligOrlQ,'t?1i-fvtilfsri Qi.355-SUdBiy-1S.':FerQuson, s. arighiyreit, .T. cnliiess. .G4GUfQ'1s Wefnetfsli ROW'3214V5sGherrliCkygsPiFnraale4 A1 Patrick. sy oops. lsg'.rodu.lL?P1esneng1 AQ sim-:fist egwafqs. k,f.iane5,s R. Foumain. E, yioiaaaii,TGP15owz,tpl.gMcQraw,lllug placards..nissan-i,fs3lfztesfzriaivtgfisifllsineii. cg Pricaf ' N9SbifY,Cll5ChUmGCh9ff riri M - 5 f.t1'13ff1-L V1.. T f.f57 '1..-lt-A is i" '-"lLL.'i 2.9 f , .. , . . 4 ,, M., ,.., .. .. . ,... . . . g k 'gin 1 t .lf "SENlOFtS!" Paula Fiatzki, Kara Dowling and Christie Boydston yell as they huddle to keep warm during the Edmond football game. CONCENTRATION on the playing field prompts Margaret Dean frightj to laugh at Carolyn Nick- las in the pep club section at the Homecoming game. 82 Coronets . .55 Q Dalke and Gigi Wolfley in suspense. Y KelIey.LpVanover,Biownsend. v .h V 4 f -0 an ,em 9 f as :Z .3 1 S? , X ,sh K K? ri b' gk . 4 1 A 1 A 'V V- . ,xx . if iff. V i I . t . I 1 .' If in 4-A - ,gi , 5 .L A W x M X I gi. is A 1 ,Q f' ' " . X , f . Q , PEP U! PEP H5fYlS3f5Uf Eden? Biisbkfifchv M,5fT5NV- N- WVYWLQKA LUUQPUQ Ci? ' Zf .N'?WPef'Yf HDWEFYLEMUV LH0k??'fUC0Ck'in- D?f-Ma"- C- TQYW4-rr5A'MilQQE33fi! 1r,L LFG UifT35f?V3'0"'? 5452E'5Y3V" :Kr553552555US'rirP5r2ffr5QW?Fd5' 59f5S?Y?f9953P3?f'??5?550nZa'eSiil'Ca'nGYl SJWOFQ, ' "m" ROW L32 'ff3fH0"a'V1- '55 -ZwchefrrfKEQ593a19U.-. Jqwebsier. J. Bmcsigs, L. Thompson, T: 1"', JaQobSi5tig?SD. f'F!6Qeis,',J.PatriCkgfSQWes1, Dg-bleigen. B' J- R R- DaVYi ""'CheYr-1 r PDQHQP- UBIKBQ rwrifeew MAF r - K' --fQ.mw,.... 4, . ..m1v,::21:r:m, - u -.rw gw f, f -, f f f - 1: f- . ., ,E .. , , k . , Pep Club Cheerleaders, Cygnets ' 83 TENSE MOMENTS on ihe gridiron keep Tammue .PEP cneeeusbaneessecrrom eowi 1. Pens, H, vgmkef. TOEBQYVV' A BockTo Roots A :a2lg..'ff.'e- ' 37, ..,,. .wifi ig., A A TOAST for the first Teacher of the Month, Mr. Anthony Walker, is served by Kim White at the journalism departments Christmas luncheon. The Student Advisory Council sponsored the Teacher ofthe Month contest, S. g s A reui eiis iii, 1 , . T k'-:' 1 ,.'. f :,,' .2 ' .5 Ki:," 3 y'f,. A Lookfffggia-5. M: t iuiii 1 ssius uiui . i l 84 - Native American Council ..l. mi 4 . - M . "" . ,.E.g,if.'i f , .4 if . f l. Emphasis on people and how they relate to one another took top priority with three school groups. The Native American and Student Advisory Councils, along with the Black History Club and Human Rela- tions Council, sponsored activities for Brotherhood Week, February 13-17. Speakers, daily announcements over Central Sound and window dis- plays culminated in an assembly on Friday. Ms. Marie Robinson, Student Advi- sory Council adviser, said that her Council tried to serve as a liaison between the students, faculty and administration. To increase communication, Coun- cil members attended meetings regu- larly with delegates from other schools. Interest was generated by a Teacher of the Month contest, the first two win- ners were Mr. Anthony Walker and Mr. Larry Mott, both social studies teach- ers. " H: if, J i V V,V V V- M: H, it VV ,V.:,V,:t:V.V . H:VV.,V53.:gMf1Vj:: . :1 -fwsttffeif 1 ' V Af . 'wi if,,-1.-f45:.5ifs, ' 5 f - - - sri' . , 1:2 t ,. - 5- f 5515 f ,- H . ' J ' " 4' 1 m,,fzgsLss:s1z:e1e:,t. ' 1,:s,:1eQffa..- ,, f H t f..,, W, , V ,. ,. ,. , , i, VV V,V- ,. . ,V , ,.,. . , .,., ,. ,,.. ,. ..,, V - ' - E' 'YQf'iieifEt'!2Y-t ' ' Hifi"- 2 ii:-iiiizziwstm ' -I f ' 1 J' Abemafhy' D- Foster, G 5C0U'."ll?itlgf1. LL D4Dickersonf A. Walkerg BOW 2: Sggmiley. J. in f leeifteeddfeniMfffvfckefson, gwfffefi B A V fecisoetffcke tii 5 V A VL I H' e V 5 ,g In SQ' I fm - at A ees ' - A vdwfv. GUSSS-L,Tei.5f0W'T' Ai titt ivef,-f A 1 Afza!i.'kM.i,'Robinsoni ROW?" .VVK ' 'Kfefchmaff f' 1 t '-I4i"5,t g." ..,,, ' ' L WAITING on their float for the Homecoming parade to start are members of the Native Ameri- can CounciI,Shirley Lookingglass, Tonya Griffin and Ms, Tomie Johnson, sponsor. POSTERS for promotion of Brotherhood Week activities are created by Jackie Streeter. Student Advisory, Black History ' 85 i i M-ig , Rowgpg. Grounds, o. Reynosus, 0. Russell. 4- i. D LQOQQTFS. M0ffOYQQiEB,OW 2: Iygigyvzipson, P.,Aigvaswor1h, C. L' W Yellovqhg1r,'C.Ste!i,g:i'TUP ROVy:fQg'Slm0np'Sggfgigggqa. Gfgiggdgion. N K 4 .X : sm I I Q ' 1 V .. - 1 7, "Y ,. ' , Q i . f.3' K x .. Q, 9 - Q , I . ga I - gk g- . 1 ' Q2Q 4,754 W W A 1 .'Li i9 Q A I w- I . m ANTHROFKNLOGY 1 LD. Stewart, D, Waymanvq TOP ROW: 'HL -Cfos!ey,M5 EdwardsgiLC'i11R69hOld5511Bifg5i:3QjriopaQ?5S .Hoskins .,,'I 1 'Pig ,k'-,f - I ' K K ' 'ik' -": ' .,,, 'WI-if -' A ' ffM5ff?i2'lk'. f K I ,, ' f if V--.I Z V V ,. 3 1: f,., - - .. wgr:-'V -- -1 ..,,- ww fu' 1 - ff wg iw ,- - - ,, , . ,. , , . 1 ..fQ,.-:.,, f .zii2ffQQfALPHHikffligTA-BOffQM Row: D? szewan, N. Poner, J. Raygb.fBcyas1c6g?i7 biasx3gl TOP ROW: Qgifigwman, IMI. Erickson. B. Pigcolp, KE1 , 1 . . Mf,, - - wi: ,wp - ,L miim faux . . l V' N,- L-.,. . '-122'-sth K steam. 1--W ,..f - w f'f.fri,.52r1?2iiizf?25 .I 0 f ---, :aus-my 1, ..f..:.-lr.-,l,:,,,,,:.:H,-7-l,. ,,,kk t,-M .,W,.t,,,,.,r,,.,....,,,tm.--fs-.. f.., Egghcods While people were crying "apathy" in extracurricular activities, clubs were reorganizing and progressing in vari- ous ways. Although the Anthropology class was eliminated from the curriculum this year, interested students managed to keep pace with new developments by meeting weekly before school in Mr. Terry Montgomery's classroom. They even managed an archeologi- cal dig in a spring project. For the first time in three years, the Great Books Club published and printed Hard Rain, a literary magazine. They sold copies for 25 cents to pay for production costs. Formerly Chi Alpha Mu, an honorary mathematics club for freshmen, a new charter changed its name to Alpha Chi Mu, a national organization for both freshmen and sophomore math schol- ars. Membership increased to 18 stu- dents .. ,,,. 1 si gr? "X rr lifzaili at . .. . tt., 1 ' 1.5 1 , - ,qs :,,4,- f. V ,- f, .7 in-,it N, , ..,.a- , :H l , 7,-Jr: l.5!..,,..,,..s,4g,,r ,7 ras.,-. . , C, MV., l 7 ,, gm. wg t, . .. avg... ,Q . tri-,ist Wgiggwff 5,ww,-W,M.,L, -.zwitttls 'L .sf-2:11:15 slaeffasl J- .Goree HOW. ' srffsr to ft T -llr rsst1 l.slr elss rlllr T gl -.',- :,..-l35.zz.f5s-r1w.- ,:,,-fuslgigif LITERARY PUBLISHERS, Linda Martin, Roger Jones, Jeff Elkins and Martha Zacharias, ink the press for their Great Books Club issue of Hard Rain. CTop photoj ANClENT WRlTlNGS are deciphered by Anthro- pology Club members Peggy Randel and Kath- leen Foster. They found the clay tablets valuable tools for researching the history of past civiliza- tions. .2 V .. L, 4, . ., ., I - f,f"1: fiiiffg- r 75f:Qf'lg:' l'Li:??U:,1f 532: 1' K-''54-QLVH'if7Ll?55Y5lL2lffTfle? 33.5-gjlilmilfrfulffj-ei3f,5h547iL'4?r'f J t -W - mfetrrltl P221 Qilffiflif-t?:'l it t.tlf?lw5?Qt!tt3isiiQf't:-s iitiw f' 'tt tl 4:14 :wg vi sSlsz1g,5f.aiwr3 1 :wi'fBt:wfQ9t.fvi-fill'if lf: ,fl1fw5's2K1.s,, .. Great Books 87 LET IT SNOW," Doug Scherf and Jan Lippoldt sung IH a duet during the Christmas concert. M ug il' Q, . Z 3 .A s . 5 .fl 37 5' A U l .M QW ' w . ' ' s -i s W Q .- t , . . V fr -Q "A 4 3.1 . ' Q-J 55 Y. :" v . l 1 -,G 'Z' '-5' ,. ' ' Sf 'f ' 5- -' 'N ui 'rr 1 . K Q I an Y.. go lf it WE. k k 5 V fl 1 1 EN . Y' M . , . ,,., . ,gl ze, - 1 wx., iflilgfo so ' X11 ,f l 1' 2? 3'l?.Y57"g' - l Q lc 1 kq i sf Mcueplgl G. Hestlg c.hMyersfli5'.k Edwarl:ls,,A:E?OW 2: M. Brown, R. Muse, V. Browhlilw. C.-Brolin. K,'DolanfS2IBii1Wn, lljlgiflilqpihson,ilg.L.'giljgl'j,tower,B. Nicholson, Af Smith, A. Dixon. Burton, N.gMuse, L. Gqrggltl K. PalridklifililiRobifisgirziQlgl1,?l7epison,4fgQ1Pennon,l'lf.jMiles, S. Daniels, A41 L? orgQl1eggoi Frichnqfg.. Flow 41 Dgiueake. C. lmanan. A. Johjlsfhn, s, Johrigqra,A.,Smitn1gLgNl. s. ,maljrqyrop Rowg R. Bowie, A.sCox, re. Mossfv. Rschardsxfrsrg HOQQAOWQHS. s so 88 Gospel Chorus Belt Gut H Tune Twentieth anniversary commemora- tions for Cry-Slurs, Northwest's elite chorus, were marked by the theme of the spring concert and by the forma- tion ofa Cry-Slur alumni association. Former choir members, now living in the City area, met regularly during the year. Forty-eight of them sang a num- ber in the spring concert. After singing in the Mormon Taber- nacle in Salt Lake City, Utah, last June on their annual trip, Cry-Slurs will jour- ney to Mexico City this summer for performances. They have been booked tor a national television show in Mexico's capital city. Continuing to dominate all the con- tests they entered, Cry-Slurs brought home the Sweepstakes trophy from the Central State University music fes- tival forthe 18th consecutive year. Q. y- i --1 i , , FINALE of the Christmas Spectacular brings the Cry-Slurs a standing ovation. AWARD-WINNING Cry-Slurs, Kelly Langham, Wginia Lyon, Don Fleece, Kelly Kunc, Travis Holland and director John Platt go over music that brought them the Central State Music Festi- val trophy, litrl ls.. '- .., --'T'?:f?f:Hi'?3f:5w22 F-f -- .,,.. ,G ' Tits? VV .l?5.E?.V. 11.3 , .. -t 44515232 -. me . ,,g,3w,f ,..Q-fig-it I I ., ,, . ., .... . ..,, t X... Htl. ., ., Wfiwek- J- 'l-'9P?flH .D 2:,A1Gatlin, Elwayptzile. C4 Tfqgtml 'Di-r1F?i??1f2"f 4- PRQQEUSSQHS' F6fiHailLUSbY4,MwawkinS2l.G-i-Efafiklin.. J- I ,VV. kV,kkk . V - .-,i i t A ' A i , . -4,- Cry-Slurs ' 89 5 . Eli I I 71 41535751 , 90 ' Round Table W YEARBQOK STAFF-BOITOM RQW: E. Bull, Kfwhife. N. xNi5ahs, C. Buflq H: gDQ Hendeqsqn, S, ,Mgf541ey, C1 Boycston. J. Lani,-J. Chernicky, R. Heltq ROW 2: D. DdVy-2Y'Ll-'McHGffeiii5ES,f HInchey,ffi,l5f,:Bay, H.MQz1,aker, T. McCain, B, Piccdo, K. Koop,'T. Morrcw.?TOF ROWESI. Smith,1Jg Bakdh B, Lifckggidkdk J. 'AIben,'J1jBgyburn. S. Wentz, C. Noleh. B. Vvittrock, D,Jack5o1fL' ".L' ':1- A - . ' .ma 0' I is Q ..,, was ',M,ff"""""'-5 X., iff' 's T-'Z' ff- ,ff ff A .J f ' , t . ' ffffx c v 'f' X V MA ff ' ,- ' at wmmp-'., fir ' K, W P .. Vx .,. fr 44, i , Vim, ff X,-1 :xi K,-ff l ,, 'N ,,., v Vlgx . 5 ..,, V , S f ffl- 1 r f 4' ' I ShouJing0ff That old Hsilence is golden" adage had no appeal for debaters and jour- nalists, who got their kicks from "sounding off." V' Shield staffers switched their format from a news-magazine to a more tradi- tional newspaper style. Announcement was made by the National Scholastic Press Association at their fall convention that the '77 Round Table had been named one of five yearbooks as a Five-Star winner. This meant that it was an All-Ameri- can book rated superior in copy, cov- erage, display, photography and con- cept. Under new coach, Michael Pitt, National Forensics League members traveled to debate tournaments all r over Oklahoma and Texas, where they X 'T 'ET' PS' fi . -1 won many trophies. JUST IN TIME for distributing, Victor Albert, Julie Rayburn, Jeff Watson and Fton Hamilton hur- riedly fold Shields. NFL-BOTTOM ROW: G,gW1'nte,, B. 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A K ? K f f: ii ry l i r 1131 wg ng 5? it x lllorking ItOut Working to benefit their particular interest areas, members of the O-Club, Leader Corps and DECA CDistributive Education Clubs of Americaj partici- pated in activities. 0-Clubbers sold advertising and published football, basketball and baseball programs. They spent the proceeds for athletic equipment and took a float trip this spring. "We have had greater participation this year," said Darrel Palmer, spon- sor, "than we've had in years." This was the second year that the boys' and girls' O-Clubs were merged. Officers of DECA attended an Offi- cer Training Session at Central State University in October. Ten students competed in contests at the Leadership Conference March 7-9 at the Hilton Inn West in categories of advertising, sales and store display. KISS OF CONGRATULATIONS is given Jo Cher- nicky by Chris Driskill as she is crowned All- Sporfs queen. O Club ' 93 Prime movers in the school were the l Student Council and Human Relations Council. There was hardly an activity at Northwest that one of these groups was not involved in in some way. Student Council president, Bobby Peak, reported that the Howdy Mixer the second week of school drew the largest crowd for the opening of ylggr school dance in several years. it f After the death of Mr. Rodney St. t Dizier, mathematics department chair- man, January 2O, the Student Council voted to establish a memorial scholar- Ship. Two hundred dollars was awarded the outstanding senior mathematics student at the annual awards assembly in May. The Human Relations Council reported the largest attendance ever at -C their annual Visitation Day program S last October. 5 -T l -2,4 , , Qr.,4,,g,c5.iflf,m,5.mt at 4 we K ,:t.,,, C5ettingTo Hnow Us ,-1' 'l' 3 V351 5 , 5 ' ' " ig ,Q 3. " 3 3 at -tv it 'H 'c 1' a ,QQ t . 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COOL SHADE in the patio provides a great place to study for Faniba Pakbaz and Chris Cain as they skim over biology notes. BUFFING his silver ring, Tony Staha prepaFes an assignment for his Jewelry I class. Cbackground photoj ' "W W' x W X S NX.. P Q. 'Ng ge '3,, X K . 15, K "QL rf aff: J 55111: W Nnxrk QE: R .. J, 11 Q Ji F X-if G J., 5 ,K Q .- X N ., 5 ' i 4 ' ,Q l, S ,. . B H , , N, AQ! O, A wr Q .m,V 5, :X ,, Jw as N .P 2 A Y, .f Q f ' .K fe, N, A X Y 4 'W' w -k I Y 4 ' 4 , Y H . 4 . x H . K I L 'M kd' J 4 2 lx ' 1. F . K .K r K e Yi . lv. .vi W, g, 'S' ed inq wee T Lines IN an original commercial assignment for Media class, Helen Beatty plays Santa as she attempts to sell beans to Karen Harris and Sandy Ftoss. "THIS IS MY LIFE?" an embarrassed Greg Geu- rin asks as Sherry Gordon and Paula Ftatzki sur- prise him with their script in a mock television show in English class. E VQW THE DILEMMA in the garden of Eden is recrea- ted by Doug Stewart, Jeff Watson, David Pitts and Kara Dowling in English Literature class. I ann: :ann Arie H19 Lniqlwll icleo Classes need updated material. ln my short story class we need newer stories, instead ol those writ- ten a couple billion years ago. Larry Newman, 11 I want to get the most out ol school I can. I just have tour years, and I don't think I'm going to make it very lar without a proper education. Kim Garrison, 9 American Literature is all the better when your teacher has a good sense ot humor. Clitl Holman, 12 The teachers have a lot to do with the way you enjoy a class. It teachers make the class lun, but still hard enough to learn something, this makes the subject more appealing. Kim Kjelshus, 10 IN SEARCH of Cliff's Notes, valuable aids in studying literature, Rhonda Davy and Kim Kjel- shus explore selections in a local book store. special reading program rated top priority in the English department this year, with teachers meet- ing regularly to implement the new project. With the public outcry for schools to "get back to basics," Northwest's administration laid plans last spring forthe read- ing courses. Fourteen teachers attended summer workshops for spe- cialized training. During the school year lvls. Billie McElroy, consultant for the Board ol Education, assisted teachers in learning to use all the new material forthe classes. All students were tested, then classes were reshuffled for grouping. Detailed records were kept on individual students to mark their progress. As soon as they were ready, they were moved back into regular English classes. 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CONCENTFZATING on every key, .Joe Ong feeds a program into the computer terminal. he wizardry of gadgets, like computers and calcula- tors, and the controversy over the metric system have changed the entire approach to the teaching of mathematics. Although advanced courses, like Calculus and Math Semi- nar, have been phased out of the math curriculum here in recent years, and enrollment in General Math courses has increased, individual students made their mark. Last spring Christie Boydston, then a junior, was awarded the Rensselaer Medal for Outstanding Excellence in Mathe- matics. The first girl at Northwest to receive this honor, Christie earned the recognition as a result of her score on a national mathematics test. Ms. Nellie Ecton, veteran algebra teacher, said that the schools had been dragging their heels in teaching metrics. "Because of the use of metrics in world trading circles, it will be essential for people to have an understanding of the metrics system, particularly in the business world." At this stage in our lives we need to get an educa- tion, then go out and take on the world. David Ooten, 10 Algebra is interesting and can be lun to do. The teacher makes it lun by having us working as a whole group instead of an advanced group here and a less advanced group there. Cyndy Price, 9 I think more interest in individual students by teachers would make classes more interesting. Jo Ann Evans, 10 Sometimes, I would rather be doing something more enjoyable than homework, but l know it is all worth it. Monique Schalekamp, 10 Mathematics 101 Emo ml law n history classes, more emphasis was placed upon the study ot contemporary problems, with students focusing on national and social issues of significance. Guest speakers, Congressman Mickey Edwards and Senator Henry Bellmon, gave students first hand views of measures, such as the energy bill, being considered in Washington. Anthropology and Ancient History classes were discontin- ued this year, but Mr. Terry Montgomery continued teaching an anthropology unit and sponsoring a club. In sociology classes, students studied death rites in vari- ous cultures. Reports on witchcraft and simulated seances added spice to classroom activities. On Sunday, November 20, Mr. Carpenter's classes were guests at a luncheon at the church where he serves as minis- ter. .THQ COMPARISONS are made between Oklahoma City and Rome, Italy, by history students Lor- enzo Williams, Don Liddleton and Mary Neal. CONTACT with another world is achieved in a simulated seance in sociology class by Greg Sanders. 102 Social Studies lf, saw, The Lniqlwjl icled More interesting things to do, fewer tests and more discussions would make my classes more worth- while. Kevin Jones, 10 I think that more discussion and student involve- ment would take away from the atmosphere ol bore- dom and restlessness. Rhonda Davy, 10 I think that learning is more important than grades. Unfortunately, our system is based on grades. Rodney Helt, 1 1 We don't do things so routinely that they become dull and pertunctory. Terry Russell, 10 School would be more enjoyable if there were more I ways to learn besides answering questions and writing all the time. I Ron Hamilton, 12 WN' ar' ,,,,..,-4 ILLUSTRATIONS of how human behavior can be tested by patterns and shapes are demon- strated by David Duckworth and Kathy Brown in psychology class. TIPS on the Washington scene are given to freshmen Mark Saunders and Eric Harper by guest speaker, Senator Henry Bellrnon. Social Studies - 103 hat, how and why were questions which science students attempted to answer in laboratory sci- ence courses. Enrollment in science survey classes showed a marked increase as fewer students enrolled in chemistry and biology. The popular survey courses included the study of separate units, such as astronomy, zoology and meteorology. "I especially enjoyed the study of weather," said Larry Gray. "Learning more about earthquakes and tornados appealed to me a lot." Ms. Marie Bryant, department chairman, who will complete her master's degree in chemistry this summer, plans to revise the chemistry program. "The chemistry classes next year will be lab based," she said, "and will be presented with a different approach." Q Q5 nt- xr 104 ' Science AN INSIDE LOOK gives Sandra Mallo and Mike Wilson a better perspective while studying a frog in biology. SUCROSE is carefully weighed and measured by Joan Farrell and Vernon Russell as they pre- pare for a laboratory experiment. Qn A SHWCIIIQP CCI Q My opinion ot grades is, it you consider them important, then they are important. lt's rather like p . , ' fx.x -J., "to each his own." Dan Hoke, 1 0 Sometimes I teel that time in high school is wasted because some classes will in no manner help you in the career you have chosen to pursue. Carrie Simon, 10 My parents have always considered my grades important for the simple tact that it shows them, without going to all my classes with me, how tar above or below average l am. lt there weren't grades, how could the administration decide who needed special help and consideration? Teresa Atkinson, 11 Grades give people three classes to pick lrom: good, bad, or average. Lajauna Pierce, 11 FOSSILS are examined by Earth Science stu- dents Larry Gray and Lisa Hightower CTop photoj. Science - 105 ersonalized instruction and parental conferences were stressed as Cooperative Training teachers strove to maintain a continuous line of communica- tion between them and individual students. Contradictory to the national trend, which showed a decline in enrollment in foreign language classes, North- west's department maintained a stable enrollment. Mr. John Culbert, who replaced Mr. Mike Kessler as department chairman, attributed part of the continued inter- est here to the numerous activities of Spanish and French classes. "We took our fifteenth trip to Mexico during Spring Break," he said, "and we sponsored a Spring Fiesta for foreign lan- guage students in area schools." Dances, songs and skits were featured. Department members also sponsored three foreign lan- guage clubs. FRESHMAN Glenn Hunter Cabovej finds deco- rating the Spanish room with God's eyes an easy way to put him into the holiday spirit. RACING against the clock, Mike Snodgrass Ctop rightj scrawls a message on the board to gain points for his team in a German class contest. 106 ' Foreign Language, Co-operative Training Hale Lniqlwl IAQCI Time in school isn't wasted-although sometimes I don't want to get up in the morning. Donald Horner, 10 I'd still take required courses even it they weren't mandatory, because to get a successful job you need all the help you can get! Janette Chernicky, 9 Grades are important only to a point. I get a "C" to please my parentsg atter that I work to please myselt. Chris Hensch, 12 My years in school aren't useless, but I can sure think ot other things I'd rather be doing. Mike Fox, 1 1 x ,meltlxiwli G Hi Ylq LI Message CPOSS 'Ne Rt' S W 'Si Y' 1 T af A f -4 ., , r X T ,rtfxrg A ,A slr - es, To W,LL ,, , ,r- . , J , .. f T ' - v,:e1l'is:.'i.f,':e3a-via.. wr if ' FEEDING the fish was a pleasant way to start the day for Mark Butenhoff and Patty Thompson in Cooperative Training class. A VARIETY of headlines adds interest to Maria Santos' collage in learning lab class. Foreign Language, Co-operative Training - 107 All kQ.,Q pdated business equipment and modern office pro- cedures were viewed first hand by many of the Busi- ness Education classes. Guest speakers, field trips and films helped students gain a better understanding of the contemporary trends in office management and general business. Cooperative Office Education students worked half days in a wide variety of business enterprises. Students with no interest in pursuing a career in the busi- ness world took personal typing, notehand, bookkeeping and business math for their individual needs. For the seventh year economic students entered the Kiwanis Economic Youth competition. ln May '77, five sen- iors received cash awards from the contest sponsors, which included seven local banks. Hale Lniqlsil icleo No, I don't think my time in high school is wasted, because I want a good education. Carolyn Germany, 10 I like to at least work for my grades. lt's fun learning something new. Mary Hinchey, 10 Grades are important, but it doesn't necessarily mean that if you make a bad grade in one class that you didn't learn as much as someone else with a higher grade. Susan Yeagley, 10 ACCURACY in auditing accounts is essential for Kathy Rifon's bookkeeping lesson Ctop rightj. DICTATING machines prove to be valuable learning aids for shorthand students Lorie Kretchmar and Judy Chaney in their advanced class in the business education department. 108 - Business .31 1 'M ww ' -'wwX1"wswg-fQff:M,.. ,,, ,W , ,. W.: 'X"""-MMWfi5i2f5ie9fiGWu'GN' WW' N 'X WiW0FI'mi3,Q232efi2i+wswwwww'wwagefxfbgu , ,,,,,,,,f,,,,,,, -f ff-fzf I 5 125,55 A ,, ,, " V 1, Num uv -yew:vWw'W1vAwd'w2'um - f X X Wwsm WMMWmgwszk' M , ' N qxg5,umuNs:.wwE.1i-wig' fwfyaaewsvw , , - , N ' ,1 fm' -X X, ,,!1 K? K Y,,, Aff! 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' . 1 B pecific career skills taught in Child Care, Cosmetol- ogy and Home Economics courses were viewed as practical by the increasing number of students who enrolled this year. Growing stress on equal rights for women has pointed up the need for men to learn to assume household responsibili- ties, and boys no longer felt embarrassed about taking home ec courses. Cosmetologists and Child Care students were involved in service projects throughout the year. Local nursery schools were entertained by Child Care classes, and Cosmetologists regularly gave complimentary shampoos and sets to senior citizens and to underprivileged children from Carver Center. Family Relations classes sponsored panel discussions in which students outside the department were invited to partic- ipate. Such problems as dating, parent and peer relation- ships and career planning were considered. Food classes hosted a Christmas dinner for administrators and counselors. Their table decorations included a ginger- bread house designed and baked by the classes. wh.. PRERARATIONS for her future home are made by Anita Jordan as she hook latches a rug in her home planning and decorating class. JUST Tl-IE RIGHT CONSISTENCY is achieved by Todd Parrish as Brian Robinson tastes their con- coction in cooking class, Z it f t I J I The Lniqlsil idea Most classes are worthwhile, but I believe that some classes are redundant. It you know English or Math, why should you keep going over the same things? Valerie Ogle, 10 I think that high school is very important if a person is planning to really do something with their lite. It is a stepping stone from a middle or junior-high school to college or a good paying job. Education is a great thing. I seriously doubt there is anything more worthwhile. Lauren Fitzgerald, 10 Grades are important to me because they give an idea where I stand academically to the rest ot the world. I work partly for competition, partly tor the grade, and partly lor myself. Lori Lookabaugh, 10 Home Economics 111 .f M. N. ' ,r Lf. w K 5 'V 1 ,-wg. . Xin , ,gj Sw: I f , .X L, 'Y 5 Vx -. W ,sf-. I Q- A1 'V 1 -Q- ulliinq Toqeilwev 9- the Lniqlwll icled I'd like school if there weren't so many deadlines! Pam Pinero, 10 I think more field trips and speakers would be help- ful so we can see the world we're preparing lor. Carolyn Nicklas, 12 Some of my time is wasted because some of my classes aren't worth going to. Teresa Nash, 10 The atmosphere and the people make me like my classes more. John Carroll, 10 Being able to make my own furniture in woodwork gives me a great satisfaction. Mike Leal,11 lectives in the Industrial Arts department drew more interest as employment opportunities in the building trades and auto mechanics have taken on new impor- tance. Welding, architectural drawing and electronic classes reported increased enrollment. Sixty-tive Northwest students won prizes in drafting, elec- tronics and woodwork projects in the Industrial Arts Fair at Shepherd Mall last May. An estimated 400 City school students exhibited their pro- jects during the two-day contests. Mr. Jim Cox, Industrial Arts instructor, said Northwest entries won more blue rib- bons than those from any other school. For the fifth consecutive year Mr. Cox took 28 students to Southeastern Oklahoma to visit a paper mill and other indus- trial centers last fall. Electronics students repaired small appliances as they learned to use all kinds of equipment. Several students worked in radio shops outside school. PROBLEMS are pointed out by Gilbert Hicks and Lori Learned to .Jeff Watson as they look over his "dream home" plans. SPARKS FLY as Raymond Thomas practices soldering techniques in metal work. CTop left photoj Industrial Arts 113 W W mHMH,,,.,...,...,-v- W? MAKING SURE the fit's right. John Bohrer places a face mask he sculpted in art class on Laura Burleson. VlOLlNlST Kay Brooks finds the music running through her mind as she practices. o departments at Northwest kept up a busier pace than did the music and art departments. Contests, trips, exhibits and concerts filled the cal- endars of school musicians and artists. Cry-Slurs celebrated their 20th anniversary at the annual Christmas Spectacular December 17. Highlighting the per- formance was the recognition of Cry-Slur alumni who joined the choir for the traditional finale, singing 'Silent Night." Last June the veteran chorus journeyed west and sang in Salt Lake City at the Mormon Temple. School artists reported another record breaking sale at the Downtown Arts Festival last spring. More that 32,000 was earned by artists as Northwest students sold more pottery, jewel.y and macrame in their booth than any other high school art group. One of the top products of the department was Manuel Cruz, whom instructor Bob l-lepp described as a real artistic genius. "l could easily believe he's a reincarnation ot a world famous artist. " 114 Music, Art New ek M, .fl H19 lfniqlcil idea Art classes are a good time in the day to just relax and use your imagination to do what you feel like- using jewelry to express yourself. It's a good break in the day. Dana Henderson, 12 I think high school years are my most important. lt helps you discover what you want to be in life. Leslie Piccolo, 9 I think part of high school is wasted because teach- ers don't demand enough from their students. Mike Hinchey, 12 Most of my teachers do quite a bit of lecturing. I feel this is a valuable part of learning, but after awhile, it gets boring. Michelanne Wemeke, 9 jj, if? .4 ,3 .fA3!f2 3, , 5 i' ffl f F" QW JW' iw Q A Clie niu if 9, ,, A ef In in 1' ,... .. Q 3 M 4 I af M, M f Q- Z Q ,Z L Q . aid? -4 " v:.:,f.k J, 2555- if "iv-vw '. f-W .,., , ff X- if ,wily gwnww 511 fl! 'l i N' if SERVING as his own model, Manuel Cruz sculpts an arm in ceramics class, COMBINED EFFORTS of Sandy Bates and Randy Williams go into making favors for the Senior Breakfast in their ceramics class, Music, An -115 Qvielq in M lie H19 lfniqlwll iclecl I like gym because it provides me with a way to release my excess energy. lt seems to make my day go by taster. Shelly Mowder, 9 Modern dance is a status symbol lor some girls, but I simply enjoy dancing. Julie Nash, 11 Driver Ed is a great preparatory course lor future drivers. It has helped me learn howto relax with dil- lerent passengers. Sandra Mallo, 10 116 - Physical Education, Driver Education 9, ..L. X 1 Ln, i,,1i,fvJ, Agua, , A K as tggfzrww gy , .E A iq - 1.x ' 't p' 1. ' za ' Qhhswi ?,g xqm" ,y ,ir V57 fn- . fly va . 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'Rf " srl: avi' ,I 3 I ' ' 3 I xl A ig' 1 ki' , ,nA A 34451-K , 1.51 -if ,mt ' 6 '11, ' - f'7'L'g..,'.- 'flffigb P 2,52 i ,Q we ky.. at ,, i saws' V . K A "' ' if 7 - ' ' ' G Wi'-:sf it-- , 3 f fy. 4 .-Q ovement keynoted the physical and driver's edu- cation departments which incorporated new teaching aids into the usual classroom structure. 'By having coed classes, we have to make the program suitable for both sexes," Ms. Wynoka Odom, physical edu- cation instructor explained. Aerobics, continual motion activities, continued as one of the favorite activities in the gym. t'Our older aerobics records contained primarily feminine movements," commented Ms. Odom, "but we have found the new ones suitable for both sexes." ln addition to aerobics, students found basketball, volley- ball, crab-ball and dancing enjoyable ways to use excess energy and keep their bodies agile. With the help of new films provided by insurance compa- nies, driver education instructors were able to provide their classes with the latest in safety measures and driving techni- dues. To give students an incentive for keeping classroom information for future reference, students were required to keep a notebook of their activities while learning to drive. PERFECT FORM is practiced by Teresa Garcia as she rehearses her movements in Modern Dance, UP A CURB, sophomore Denise Fairless attempts to explain her driving techniques to Coach Kevin Smith, instructor. Physical Education, Driver Education 1 i 7 -.9 . I 'X rn' N-Q smmmce F3 wi. hm ef Q -mu ML aw' F! ,,v R WHS Pam PDQ. an Rig! Pytu. H19 Lniqlwl idea I enjoy drama because it enables me to alter my real self into that of a fictional character. Not only do I find this to be an enlightening experience, but it often adds to my own personality. Doyle Higginbottom, 11 My parents tell me my schedule is already too full, but I really believe I would be bored to death if I didn't have to be rushing here and there all the time. Donna English, 10 Not only has journalism been fun, but it has also taught me skills that will help me in the future. I feel that the writing experience I have had in high school will be beneficial to me throughout my col- lege years. Dan Harris, 12 Getting In oTIwe ACI utlets for creativity were provided by speech, drama and journalistic endeavors. Learning by speaking, building, photographing, writing and lis- tening took priority in these electives. Debaters added trophies to the bulging display case in the front hall and played host to their sixth annual Sunburst tour- nament the last ot January. About 185 debaters from 14 area schools, along with speakers from Texas and Arkansas, par- ticipated. In addition to two major theatrical productions, Drama I and Advanced Drama students presented nine one-act plays January 12. Stage crews built sets for the Thespian productions and handled all back stage duties for all school programs. Journalists laid plans during summer workshops to change the format ofthe Shieldfrom a news magazine to the more traditional newspaper style. Shield staffers set their own type, pasted up the pages, took all photographs and printed them as they produced their camera-ready bi-monthly publication. "ROMEO, ROMEO," sighs Dallas Daily Ctop photoj to Richard Brown in a Shakespearean skit in Drama I class. FIRM CONVICTIONS on national health care, this year's debate question, earn Bobbie Peak a spot in the state Forensics League contest. Debate, Drama 1 19 People X Qi Q Xu Nwfwn ff Q ,Mfg . iet i tret rtri z , 2 f X on: THOMAS' sMrtH1 supermignceini. L i ' 4 if f MQr,,,EBEDQ?rQEWiLiilAMSyi'DiiStri'oti?i5L 5515 ggi. gf-fp . Pfvriteorrsa paging: 1,iDF3,. Angiaotbipeg, 'ni e e oisrsirigfei Q , ,, , 1 X t ,M ,I ,I if-NFUHUFY HUQL1 QiStrict6ft Yf4Q , g 4 i tml, "" 1 I f istriict Mez PPiUliE?f1ENGLlSH: f 5 i-05 - if - , DiStrict'4.MR.FEOYDiDQNWQRU?t1Q55f itiiri af t 'Q" te x 7 t - l l L b ...Q - ...f t 5 l If t i ette iieiti iee f fl rtrr ,fi - NV t. itr e 4AL e rr X GREETING a campaign supporter and his tor- mer teacher, Mr. Floyd Donvverth visits with Ms. Liz Burdette, Northwest journalism instructor. at a rallyt Donvverth won a second term on the School Board inthe January 24th election. -Al l'w,..-,,4 Euro Q t, M 'P in ittettt we ii me ,-:ii we iti, i ,JW fav' in xfm S af 1g . ., 1 W, . ' l .. ' Q EXCHANGES of ideas help Dr. Jesse Lindley and Dr. Wallace Smith Copper rightj prepare tor a superintendents staff meeting. Dr, Smith serves as director of personnel serviceg Dr. Lindley, as assist- ant superintendent in charge of instruc- tion. School Board ' 123 if zmzwli' f.'53i!J5fV .1 'ix:'?if'f1 K .1 ' 7 5 . T? -' ' ,. 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Y: .- -'---',f:2l.',ff fi 9' -'aw ,.,,, ssfw,-' K " M x Juniors ' 161 f-,,- mg --I Q 'I-EIWQ, f,,L:. . ,.,. 3, Cuiirltaiiin Callll "My life right now," said Teresa Brown, "is more structured than I'd like It to be. Although I enjoy what I'm doing, I can tell you where I'II be at a particular time every day for the next month." Community theater was Teresa's main interest out- side school. She played in Shades of Gray, written by drama instructor, Mr. James Morehead, which was pre- sented at the Oklahoma Theater Center in January. Prior to that, she performed in two productions at the Black Liberated Arts Center. Teresa pointed out that her drama commitments require personal sacrifices and self-discipline. "For example," she said, "I really hated to miss basketball games because of rehearsals." Active in school organizations, Teresa was vice pres- ident ot Student Council, president of the Student Advi- sory Committee and treasurer of Thespians. Her junior year she played basketball and competed inthe 100-yard dash and long jump in track. SHOCKED by the thought of marriage, Jessie Yvonne Davis reacts to Teresa Brown's startling news in a scene from Oklahoma Theater Center's production of Shades of Gray, a three-act comedy. ABERNATHY, JANICE: Human Relations 3- 43 Black History 3-43 FBLA 4. ABLER, JENNY: Honor Band 2-4, Drum Major 43 French Club 2-31 Nat'I. Honor Society 3-4. ADAMSON, SUSAN: Coronets 1-4, FBLA 4. ALLISON, SHERRY. ANDERSON, CHRISTY: Coronets 23 Court Jesters, JV cheerleader 23 Adv. Modern Dance 3-43 FBLA 4. ANGLE, VIKKI: Student Council 33 Court Jesters 2: Coronets 1-2. ASNER, DIANA: Pep Club 1 CU.S. Grantj3 Court Jesters 2, JV cheerleader 23 HERO 33 Student Advisory Comm. 3-4. BAHM, MARTY. BAILEY, CHRIS, BAKER, LISA: Cygnets 13 French Club 13 FBLA 3-43 Thespians 4. BASSETT, MELANIE: Honor Band 1-43 Orchestra 3-43 Nat'I. Honor Society 4. BATES, SANDY: Coronets 1-23 Court Jesters 1-2, cheerleader 13 Round Table Staff 33 Shield Stait 4, exchange editor 43 DECA 4, reporter 4. BATTLE, JANET: Human Rela- tions 1-43 Black History 3'4j HERO 3-43 Stu- dent Council 4. BEAVERS, SUSIE. BEN- NETT, BETTY, BENNITT, KELLY: Swimming 1-4, co-capt. 4. BERRY, CAROLYN: All-sports princess 43 Human Relations 2-43 Drill Team 3. BERRY, JOYCE. BERRY, KEITH. BICKFORD, DIAN- NA:cheerleader 13 Varsity cheerleader 23 Student Council 1-23 Pep Club 1-2 CClas- senjg Adv. Modern Dance 43 Spanish Club 4, . ffff IIN..-If . W ZW, A .M H sf 4 W Aqvai W 1' ' if "" S X i A M r , ' 1 I I5 it 2 th 'rzaazzm 'i ,K I. K- V , I 1 A: 94 'VV tb J ifff Kiss' rv -ff I '3-, " 3 IM I .-3 .. rrr I I X I gf EMESQI If '33 5 -rxx It-.mfr'if IW -.,-1 ' 'W' 'vi Q .vu -2 ... , b .Y , Q1 I .. V. I .I I Sit.. ' 3 A .I i'm 'I i I X :. I ' N ,Qf' If N I P Wt f Q. I' ' ,I A ,ag-'Q .A . ' gm ' ,..- 3 "i'i ' . Q if-I iv. - ,- I . 7 tg? I A 3 I It , I.- . 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M., V ..- 3 --, , . ., -115211. a .Q .,,, W K A J' .,, ., 1: ,, rizlfiirrfgi aff. , . ' -I .t ,11,,i 3, L.,. ,. ,. mg ,Xl 3 , f , , ..,,, ' ,,., ,3 V 'S . ,.,, azzmw, H 3 .e-W-. BINGHAM, BART, BLACKETER, RUSSELL. BLANCHEY, CARL. BOLDIEN, KIM: Human Relations 1-4, rec. sec. 3-43 Black History 2- 4, pres, 33 FBLA 33 HERO 3-4, v. pres. 3, sec. 4. BOTTRELL, MARK. BOYD, DONNY. BOYDSTON, CHRISTIE: Coronets 1-4, treas. 4, att. sec. 43 Courtesy Club 2-43 Junior Rotarian 43 Tennis 2-43 All- Sports Princess 43 Nat'l. Honor Society 3-43 pres. 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2-4. BRADFORD, ANGELA: FSA 4, pres. 43 FBLA 4, v. pres. 4. BRIDGES, KENNY: Key Club 1-43 Baseball 1-43 DECA 4. BROOKS, ALLAN: Class v. pres, 13 Class pres. 23 Football 1-43 Track 1- 33 Nat'l. Honor Society 43 FCA 1-43 "O" Club 2-43 Lions Club Rep. 4, BROOKS, KAY: Orchestra 1-43 Band 13 French Club 43 Gospel Chorus 4, BROOKS, TAMMIE: Cygnets 23 FBLA 43 FSA 4, rec. sec. 43 Courtesy Club 4. BROWN, KATHY: Cygnets 1-4, sp. comm. 2, pres. 43 Court Jesters 1-2, treas. 2, cheerleader 23 Student Council 2-3, treas. 33 NFL 1-2, sec. 23 Track 1-23 "O" Club 23 Courtesy Club 2. BROWN, MARSHEILA: Human Relations 2-43 Black History 3-43 HERO 3-4, sec. 3, v. pres. 4. BROWN TERESA: Student Council 4, v. pres. 43 Student Advisory Comm. 3-4, pres. 43 Human Relations 2-4, hist. 23 Thespians 3-4, treas. 4. BURLESON, LAURA: Nat'l. An Honor Soci- ety 4. BURROWS, CATHY: Coronets 1-4, cheerleader 3, pres. 43 Adv. Modern Dance 43 Nat'l. Honor Society 3-43 Court Jesters 1- 4, cheerleader 23 German Club 1-33 Cour- tesy Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 3. BUTLER, CINDY: Coronets 1-4, chap. 2, sgt-at-arms 2-33 Spanish Club 3-43 Thespians 2-43 Cour- tesy Club 1-4, asst. treas. 3, att. sec. 43 Round Table Staff 3-4, class editor 3-43 Round Table Royalty 43 Quill and Scroll 4, sgt.-at-arms 4. CANTRELL, TERRECA: Coronets 1-23 FSA 4. CARLTON, KELLY: Football 1-43 "O" Club 2-43 Wrestling 13 Track 2. CHACE, MELODEE. CHANEY, JUDY: Chi Alpha Mu 2, rec. sec. 23 German Club 3-4, pres, 4, CHEATHAM, ROBERTA. CHER- NICKY, JO: Round Table Staff 3-4, class edi- tor 3-4j All-Sports Oueen 43 Cygnets' 1-4, rec. sec. 43 Adv. Modern Dance 3"4: Nat'l. Honor Society 43 Junior Marshall 33 Ouill and Scroll4.CHERRY PHILLIP. CHOWNING, NEAL: Football 13 Tennis 2-4, CLARK, JANET: HERO 3. CLARK, PATRI- CIA, COCHNAUER, PAUL. COCHRAN, JUDITH. COFFEY, KIM. COLE, MELLISSA: Coronets 1-23 Court Jesters 13 Student Council 33 FBLA 4. COLEMAN, MARTY. COMBEST, DANETTE. COMPTON, JAMES. CONNERY, SUE: Spanish Club 2-43 Cour- tesy Club 2-4, pres. 43 Student Advisory Comm. 3-43 Adv. Modern Dance 4. CORNE- LISON, SHERRY: Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 1-2, chap. 3, rec. sec. 43 Court Jesters 13 Spanish Club 3-43 Nat'l. Honor Society 4. COWDEN, JANET. CRADDOCK, MIKE: Key Club 3-4, sgt.-at-arms 43 Audio-Visual 3-4, 4,4 treas. 3, v. pres. 4. 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FRAHER, MARY: Varsity 1 M 1 , cheerleader 3-4, head 4: Court Jesters 1-4: j A' . ,, Adv. Modern Dance 3-4, sec., treas. 4: Coro- , My n - tg lsgtaqafs L35 ,. Q M , nets 1-4, Courtesy Club 1-2. FRANKLIN, . . ',, .F .l.:f,-1552: fifil I fog? , s., " . Q CHRISTINA. FRANKLIN, TREVA. FRENCH, ,gk A , l My I FRENCH, SCOTT: Key Club 3-4, seo. 4, Mu I : ' ' 1 ': I . - f mzztal, wg -- . , A-A Theta Nat I faz' L '- I . I l Honor SOCIQT 3-43 Class v. pres. 2: Football fp 1 1 . H mmVV 1-2: Baseball 1-2. GAINES, ROBIN. GAL- ' . A f--, ,..,x A LEGLY, DALE. GEURIN, GREG: Band 1: . 'v N -- 1 fr . I an I 7 'I f g I , French Club 3-4, Round Table Staff 3: Shield ff . ,. 4, if Staff 3-4, editor 4: Round Table Royalty 4: 1 QQ ' " V we g Quill and Scroll 4, pres. 4. t , 7 , , - clese, KURT. GILBERT, MIKE: Football 1-4, It . 1-. .... A nfl' 65 4 M - :fa I . 3 Baseball 1-2: Leadership Development 2: . , We -. - . --', 1 :I z A l .. V 3 25.5 .fall ' I " ' FBLA 4: FCA 1-4: Round Table Stalt 3: "O ' .. -1l'n F in Eg g, ,Qi . g I' . Club 3-4. GLENN, GLEN. GLOVER, JOAN: f T' 1 I I Human Relations 1-4: Black History 4. M 'Af L' g g Vt "' 'S' yi' A 1 ' ,. ,. 4 , GOOCH, STEVE: Shield Staff 1-4, photo edi- i ::- - f . 1 43, 't' J 3 -.4 . -.- 1 1 tor 2-4: Round Table Staff 1-4: Round Table f.. 1 4, ' ' I - I . 1 - ,.., - 1. 'tw , Et "f.'. 1 .sag ,gi .g,z21ts2l.f-af? . I , GORDON, SHERRY1 sluoem counoll 1-2, nnlnn w.?.'t.j . ...ff . t SDHHISN Club 3: Nat I- HOHOY 50C'9tY 3-4- -' - .. ..----. . - Y , . 1 iigq. sec. 4: Nat I. Art Honor Society 4: Coronets ffff iz? J' if-- Y T1., 6:5 1-3. GORMAN, JOE: Nat I. Honor SOCIST 3- .- K : , ..l.. :T 3392225114 g . 0, V 3 13.5 4, ..O,f Club 2-4: Basketball 1-3: Baseball 1- ' ,- N- f y ,f ev 1, I W ' ,S if - 4: High Llons Rep. 4: Key Club 2-3. GRA- , I I . - fl f HAM, TAMARA. oRAvLlN, STEPHANIE. -1 3 fvgr' 5, gf ' We , ,,. ,,. 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A tire blown when he hit a curb in the first heat kept him from placing in the final stand- ings. ln April he entered the Winner National Champion- : ship, held for the first time in Oklahoma City. "l'm usually pretty nervous when I put on my helmet a and get behind the wheel for the first time," he said. "But after one race, the tension wears off." Like all other drivers, Tom's goal is to become a -ifE.'f'SR7c5 if' ff' fiifiiz . 52 . eeg2s:::,gizaft .ffm ,L-my 4 fw.Q,,.ss-to-2... tsgatiasall .ng 25:-Eiggtitwiiggg national champion. . , 55071 rf" ., l-,mga-:.le .. 'S .2215 t A FINAL BURST of speed boosts Tom Thornton towards the finish line during the national championship race at MacArthur Park. sg l l Q .. 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Hhs l-IALVERSON, LISA: Courtesy Club 1-4, sgt- at-arms 3, treas. 45 German Club 1-45 FBLA 3-45 FSA 4, treas. 4. HAMBRICK, KEITH: . Wrestling 15 Football 1-45 Baseball 3. HAMIL- p TON, RON: Orchestra 1-25 French Ciub 3-4, 1 - pres. 4, Round Table Stall 35 Shield Stall 3-4, 1. . editor 45 Round Table Royalty 45 Ouill and Scroll 4, v. pres. 4. HARKINS, DAN, HAR- 1:f-44? KINS, Llltloft. QCCUlllTi'GlPK,f i' Farmers' strikes this year had more meaning for Car- olyn Nicklas than they did for most City area high school students. Carolyn worked on her uncle's farm 50 miles north of the City tor the past two years during weekends and summers. When Agriculture was added to the curriculum at the Northeast Science Center the second semester, Caro- lyn enrolled. t'The reason I love the farm is that it's a way to escape the pressures of every day life and a chance to get back to nature," she said. A big surprise for Carolyn was the Daily Oklahoman Golden Thimble award, given each week by the news- paper for outstanding accomplishments in sewing. Carolyn was nominated by her neighbor and didn't know it until she won the weekly citation and was fea- tured in a newspaper article. BETWNEEN CHORES, Carolyn Nicklas pauses to enjoy the solitude on her unclesfarrn. .f:1,-'f':'2i.',:5'1 -'l.J.:f?:iffUi'li:"f'Q-'ffiil M . - .tv- 4- ,H -vff , I -' gnflfiik' ' 5 QW, ltzaff' , if ,gg . rg-. is 3 cl ot 9' iii? my - t 1 1 it 1- h rw ml! is wg ,W , ti at - Rift. s ' w-14 A' - .... ' IfitQftf5-is-'iiiljfiifgiqii'7TQi6:fl'Z5fliifliif''- :Li ' .- ,, f,- ' ,,-.1--Ez, fL:SlTl-:x ' ' - 1- 1 V V I KJ? rl AA Y RARRls, oANlEl.: Chi Rho 1 CMcGuinnessJ5 'ii' Football 4, Shield Stall 4. RARRls, .lul.lE1 it 'S ,ww-tw-.. 5 ' , , , Cygnets 1-4, treas. 45 Key Club 4. HARRY, . ' V' .. ir' 1 fiffffii ,-' V ..i, if , , -Q 9 3 KIM. HART, SHELLY1 Class ores. 1, student cf' , G Q7 54 ima 4 2 ll' . . l " 'i g U W if Council 35 Court Jesters 1-2, cheerleader 15 , X "4'Q, I t ffl, W QD tl , .ff 1 4 it courtesycluo2.RARTRENcl5,eAlL. 1 :AA ' 'V f Mt, 1 g ... . . 1 .. 'iri' ' . . . , I A A' ' HAWKINS, LORA: Gospel Chorus 15 Human 5, I Xi A X 1' t.'- T., ff , 8 . Relations 4. RAZLEY, oRvlLLE. HELD, l'f P if-ll 5 ,,. ,,.. . . ..., i 1' ' KATHERINE: cygnots 1-2. HENDERSON, 1 DANA: Class v, pres. 35 Student Council 1-25 i f . ' i 1 i V ' ' Coronets 1-4, Nat'I. Honor Society 3-4, asst. , 1 1 1 ' 1 3' 1 i I ,V I sec. 43 Quill and Scroll 4, treas. 45 Round K N: Vi I J f T' Table Staff 3-4, editor 43 Round Table Roy- :K f . 1 ,, I Q -Q. 5 any 4. HENoRlcks, FRANCES: Coronets 1- ,K il lol ' . ff --f,y .5 . , 2, 45 Adv. Modern Dance 3-45 German Club lf, ir,,1 'T ' if - ' ' f'f . , , ' 1 'D X ' , 1 " , 1-4,sec.3. . . ,Y . t Q XA A i ff A -if-4,-., k rA.V - ' R, SX A -my X I HENSCH, CHRIS. HENSLEY, GREGORY. HENSLEY, JULIE: Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 33 Round Table Staff 2-33 Shield Staff 43 FBLA 43 Quill and Scroll 4, hist. 43 Round Table Royalty 4. HIGGINBOTTOM, CYNT- HIA. HINCHEY, MIKE: "O" Club 2-4, pres. 43 High Lions Rep. 43 Class treas, 23 Class sec. 33 Football 1-41 Track 2-4. HOEPFNER, GEORGE: Tennis 1, 3-41 Ger- man Club 2-43 French Club 43 Anthropology Club 4, pres. 43 Great Books 33 FBL 3-4. HOGG, TOMELLA. HOLCOMB, JONETTE. HOLDMAN, JAN. HOLLAND, DANNY: Cross Country 1-43 Track 1-43 FCA 2-33 "O" Club 1-4. HOLLEMAN, ROBERT. HOLMAN, CLIFF: Football 1-4, capt. 43 FCA 3-43 "O" Club 3-4, HOLMAN, JOHN. HOLMES, DARRELL, HORNBECK, KEITH. HORTON, MICHAEL. HOUSEMAN, KIM. HOWARD, LISA. HUBBARD, DENISE: Coro- nets 13 FHA 3, chap. 3. HUNTER, SANDRA: Coronets 1-43 Courtesy Club 1-23 Adv. Mod- ern Dance 3-43 Nat'I. Art Honor Society 4. HUTCHISON, SHERRIE. HYTCHE, TOYA. IRYCK, JAMES. JACKSON, JONATHAN: Vo- Tech 3-4. JACKSON, KURT. JACKSON, WILLIAM. JOHNSON, LOUSON- DRA: Coronets 1-33 FBLA 4. JONES, ANGIE: CNQFIGIS 1-4, parl. 3, asst. treas. 43 Shield Statt 3-43 Round Table Staff 33 Round Table Royalty 43 FBLA 43 Courtesy Club 33 FSA 4. JONES, ANNETTA. JONES, DRUSILLA: Human Relations 1-43 Black History 2-43 HERO 4. JONES, ROGER: Football 1-43 Baseball 1-23 Class treas. 13 FCA 2-33 Track 33 Great Books 4, v. pres. 43 Key Club 4. KANIS, APRIL: Shield Staff 43 Key Club Princess 43 Key Club 4. KAUL, DONNA. KEETH, JOHN: Nat'l. Merit Finalist. KENNEDY, JANET. KEPLER, KENT: Boys' Chorus 3-4. KERR, DARIN. KETCHUM, RICHARD: Baseball 1-2: Football 3. KILE, KACEY: FOAT 1'4Q Pep Club 1-33 Class pres. 3 flaiedmontj, KNIGHT, KAREN. M' og, rt? M911 af,-2 f-1-,..s1:1.v l L,Ly.1,: LL31i'l -1-211f.r-.-r--11t,. "isis-lfsamwo fs fo lv of W, L 'si-LW' 1tIsa9laLxas?:LiF54oFv'5-Vt -1 - W 1 L11 sw-'szfgw ao., ...L ,. - 1-wfisfiwm -1 If l?3ZQ7yL3Pii-1 igisisf- 1 1' voaiaxx-as . f WIQQZ? '11 ,- fa. li iitfwwi 1121 1: tio ,1. Lili. WM. ..,, 2. my I sms.. f. 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W9 31 9252? ?ias?"5vi't?1r?5'er L-sims? 5Elf,,f5g?o:13--Skrilggvtsga,-i. 51:11.15 qgtgomf .11-1 sfo vez 5'35'ff7' S?" 5?5lA3fl15?lElii7iT553i?Iiff5lf9Z f -isxrisizrfsisw 1YV:?tfi55rgs- .g1y.1o,,fiq.asoitg-fssga,gi1sis-1 -o 161 30'-SK'-55if.fQr1ssa2-' EZ3e?ti1?i3121s5?g1r2fa51S253?l ' ' Wrist ' l KNOWLES, LANA: Cygnets 1, Track 2, Den- I , ...: , tal Office Asst. 4 CVO-Techj. KOCH, KATHY: 3,1 -g , Coronets 1-2, Stu.dent Council 35 Class ' 4. treas, 4, All Sports Princess 4. KRETCHMAR, - .. LORIE: Basketball 1-4' Tennis 2 4' Student " 1 Advisory Comm. 4, Svvimming lg io" cioo i ii 3-43 Softball 1-2. KYLE, TONY. LAMAR, REECE. LAMB, LARRY. LEE, HELEN. LEWIS, HARRY. LIPPOLDT, JAN: Cry-Slurs 1-4, v. pres. 4g Great Books 4. LITTLE, SHARI: French Club 13 Cry-Slurs 33 Great Books 4. Aiii A LITTERAL, CINDY. Loccins, BRENDA. I . ,, -1 ,1.,. , LOVELY, DENISE: Cygnets 2-4, v. pres. 4, if rec. sec. 43 Thespians 3-4, sec. 3, pres. 43 'T "2 Courtesy Club 2-4, parl. 3, v. pres. 43 Nall Honor Society 4, Spanish Club 3-4, FBLA 4, g, 2 ""- "'f""' V .,fi 'K LovvEnv, JAKIE1 Wrestling 1-4, Football 1-3g g gi 'L' V' Key ciuo 11 "O" Club 2-4. LUCAS, TIM. ,Q issi ' I ' I . ' 5' 1 LUSCHEN, JAMES: Baseball 1-2. LUSCHEN, , TIM: German Club 43 Nat'I. Honor Society 4. MARCHENA, GEORGE. MARKS, RANDAL. MARTIN, LINDA: FBLA 3-43 Black History 3- . 4, sec. 43 Great Books 4, Human Relations 3- ' -- N 4- 2 1 AJ . -z1 K1 Ciliyygliclneih He looks like a sophisticated model straight from Gentiemarfs Ouarteriy magazine, but Robert Reynolds has more serious aspirations for his future. Science and mathematics were the chief areas of interest for Robert, who vvas named a semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship program. He has received a scholarship to Florida Tech vvhere he vvill major in computer technology. For tvvo years he attended classes at Northeast's Sci- ence Center where he took advanced courses in phys- ics and calculus. No bookvvorm is Robert, who was top scorer in lan- guage club basketball tournaments this year, carrying a 26-point per game scoring average for the German Club. He also played varsity tennis, was on the Shield staff and was his church's Sunday School superintendent. Robert did all these things while working as a shoe salesman each day and carrying a 3.7 grade average. HIGH STYLE fashions, favored by Robert Reynolds, reflect the all- around personality ofthe science and mathematics scholar. l .1 1-. rrifrr-.rrfw 1'--it , , ,g,,.,.1o1q.f11,.Q.,..s, .M 111 r.l2'ltsU5ll13l?!5i-f5lV:?if 14.-1. t111,..2g .s 'Y' wmfgtzv 'v Ja. 4 .91, ' Us -:sz-'. L I Ei' -A ,.. q,,,, 1 1 X-.J .. .W 'Sf N, q. ' www if I ff? if 4 If If ,f ,fy ,- W . if sf: -. ,ill TK 4 A . - at 1 'f rv-EH?-5. 1 an 3 ,1 f. -, :Eg "Q 1 ' I 4 W Ka D lb ,ff .. .... ,. 4- at1a1.t,..s, .53,,5eg, ,. ., .sr.1311f2it,i1g11,54i5,4,g12of415! 421 181454221 miie. ttifra-fess'aat1 itQfiisisltzflkfsaislzawsgsrzzzsxr 2 tlkiftllfii- 125 JFZIQQ5? 51.55 31' OSTAFIN, MARY LOUISE. PATRICK, ANGELA: HERO 3, pres. 3. PATRICK, KIM. PEAK, BOBBY: Student Council 3-4, pres. 4: NFL 1-4. PEMBERTON, SHERRI: FBLA 4. PENNINGTON, JEFF: Cry-Slurs 4: Tennis 2- 4. PENNON, PATRICE: HERO 3-4. PERRY, EDNA. PHAM, ANH. PHILLIPS, CINDY. PIRTLE, LLOYD. PITTS, DAVID: German Club 1-3: Student Council 1-2, sgt.-at-arms 2: FCA 4: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: "O" Club 1-4: Key Club 4: Shield Staff 2-3, advertising mgr. 3. PIZZITOLA, LEE. PLEDGER, RENE. POAG, KENNETH. POE, AUDREY: DECA 4, hist. 4. PORTER, NOEL. PORTER, ROBERT: Golf 2-4: French Club 4. POWERS, JEANNE: Softball 1-4: Vol- leyball 1: Badminton 2-3: Tennis 3-4: Track 1: "O" Club 1-4: Leader Corps 3-4. PRATT, SHARON: Cry-Slurs 2-3, chap. 3: French Club 3-4: Orchestra 1-4: Band and Orches- tra Princess 4. RAMSEY, NllKE:Nat'l. Merit Semifinalisl. RANKIN, ROBERT. RANDEL, PEGGY: Ger- man Club 1-4, sec. 4, treas. 4: Courtesy Club 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, sec 4: FBLA 3-4: Anthro- pology Club 4, treas. 4: Nat'I. Honor Society 4. RATZKI, PAULA: Coronets 1-4, v. pres. 4, pres. 4: Courtesy Club 2-4. RAY, JOE: Nat'l. Honor Society 3-4, parl. 3-4: Mu Alpha Theta 3-4, pres. 4: "O" Club 2-4: FBLA 4: Round Table Royalty 4: Key Club 3-4: Shield Staff 2- 4. RAYBURN, JULIE: Coronets 1-4: Majorettes 2: Court Jesters 2-4: Courtesy Club 1: Shield Staff 4, exchange editor 4: Key Club 4. REDDY, NANCY: Softball 2-3: Nat'I. Art Honor Society 3-4: Badminton 2-4: "O" Club 2-3: Volleyball 2. REFFNER, DE: Adv. Mod- ern Dance 4: Cry-Slurs 3-4: Court Jesters 2: Coronets 2: FSA 4: Varsity cheerleader 1 fwoodwardj. REYNOLDS, ROBERT: Ger- man Club 1-4: Basketball 1: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: Key Club 2-3: Shield Stalt 2-4: Anthropology Club 1-4. RICHARDSON. KIRK. RIFON, KATHLEEN. RIGGS, ROGER. RIV- ERS, LAWANA: HERO 3-4, sgt.-at-arms 3-4: Human Relations 2-4: Black History 2-3. ROBERTSON, STEVE. RODRIGUEZ, JOSE. ROGERS, CYNTHIA: Basketball 1. ROGERS, BRET. ROHRER, SCOTT: Band 1-4. ROOKS, JOHN: Cry Slurs 4: Boys' Chorus 3-4, chap. 3-4. ROTHNER, LORI: Library Club 4: Soft- ball 4: Nat'I. Honor Society 4: FBLA 4: Bad- minton 4. ,llfziif ,tt:wsL1t:rvi 1.-.s. was-l..1wtrefQfv: .5 ,. 5,11 1'1A51Y?11'.itlVlif"V1VV'f , teg.su--g.:i.-fame...ip .-: , M HU V! M t ,J . K ik .s...,E.:..i rf ' . .V f . - -- .V .wr-,,.....,:.r. . . --ft -. ,, -ff. ...ag ...V H . . I..t,.-...te.,f.t......W..fgQ . , ' ' 7.312 -If .. f. 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V . .w H .. . .. f--f .. fy . . . mt..-5, .1 t..,.fw.t - szfhgff-3.-mg:-zfmast -.iv -23,3 film.-e,,gZ3s,1f ,-wgvgz -. . wiiigiaglfggsgwtgsfgst.if-5 , .ftsflggiggg tz3,svq2,. ,ez .41 . 71 tr? .., is . g .I f C5 J -. .,,,,m. Flaelnlpacla lt isn't often that students come out of high school ready to step into a position in their chosen career field, but Steve Gooch was qualified at graduation for profes- sional photography. He began during his freshman year shooting pictures tor the Shield and Round Table and has served as "offi- cial school photographer" for three years. He has taken promotion and publicity pictures for dance, drama, art and sports departments in addition to directing dark room operations and training new pho- tographers for school publications. Last year he won the S100 first place prize for the outstanding entry in the St. Gregory photography con- test and was an Orbit photo contest winner. "Steve and his predecessor as photography editor, Doug Hoke, are probably the best student photogra- phers we have ever had at Northwest," said Ms. Liz Burdette, publications adviser. "Steve is a creative, competent photo-journalist." PHOTO SCOOPS bring the day's best news to ace photographer. Steve Gooch, who also logged about 15 hours per week in the dark room laboratory, printing and developing pictures. ' ROWELL, STEVE. RUSSELL, VERNON. SALYER, CINDY: Cygnets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 1, att. sec. 4g Courtesy Club 1-3g Nat'l. Honor ,', Society 3-4, treas. 43 Adv. Modern Dance 3- '--- 4. SANFORD, COMELIA: Human Relations 1-23 Nat'l. Honor Society 43 Adv. Modern A Dance 3-4, v. pres. 43 Spanish Club 1-23 A i T 1, Announces Club 4, Black History 2-ag sio- A 3 4 5 it ' dent Advisory Comm. 3-4, All-Sports Prin- . lil L cess 4. SANTOS, ANNETTE. ' , .,, V. N 1 sARncE,roBv.scHERF,pouc1cry-siurs h N 9 n - J , fwfr- 3 ,f, 1-4Q French Club 3. SCHMIDT, MARK: Wres- " -jfs, W, 'N gif.. ,, . ,y,, Q ..-,i tling 1'4, Track 1. SCHOPFER, MARIE: Mu 3 3 , XL, .., 6 - Alpha Theta 33 Nat'l. Honor Society 43 Span- K V ' , ,,. ish Club 43 Band 1-4, pres. 43 Band Queen 43 , l i' f of if J "f 57 ' '1 iiiii" Honor Band 2-4g Orchestra 3-4, SCHUEN- A f l 'ft l 13 ltr A i ----Qf'- 3 ...., EMEYER, sANoFiA. 'ii 3 ,W 3 4. . J y if ' scorr, GERALD, sceoccim, PHYLLIS: W . A ' A yy A wx , Coronets 1-33 Leader Corps 33 FBLA 43 FSA Q , W 4- 1, . 4. sEALs, CASANDRA. SHERFIELD, . 'L 5 O, M I F M , ,af-4"l??4 Qjjf CARLASHIRLEY, MARILYN: corona-is 1-3, ' . 1' ' '55, sgt,-at-arms 23 HERO 3-4, treas. 43 Nat'l. f .,, , km HonorSociety 4. 4 I " 1 .i--i -N 1 'TZ ..liil A l A f la, A, 2,-Ll v. 12. '12 .' ,lg .5 'gf ,-.., -. . ii.. , i T A ,Z-iw in-.f 1"' - I 'Y , P3 SHORT, MITCH: Baseball 1-43 Football 1-43 "O" Club 43 Track 2. SIMMONS, TOM: Wres- C A tling 1. SKALA, KEITH, SLAUGHTER, JOEL: Baseball 1-43 Key Club 45 "O" Club 45 FCA 41 Football 1. SMITH, ANGELA. Y M 5 f 3 Q Q i 4 3 E i 1 4 1 4 "W ,m:i.fQi.:x,s1f2Sifswif11wG1f1215-wszwmexexmraag:51Qewsgikiiisaiisxziiemszww'iniie2iuQrLis.s?1,fm?Hw'ww.:. -1, ,, ,V . - '- A-1.1110ffm,uwkewlfest2isi4Qilsmuswwfzwfzffffzfsf,-Q22gsfimm:V A iw Still, - - - 4 - , , -, f - i - -- -- ,wwf-s-.'wQ-ff'ae,Q,f:5:wif:LfLfsmzxizsiwevssswtfIiwwmzxfrewmbazfif lliljp-Tojpglna te "l'm not trying to become a Charles Atlas or a Mr. Universe," said Jeff Watson. "I just want to get in shape and get stronger." Jeff joined numerous other students and some Northwest teachers who worked out regularly in local physical fitness centers. "There is a national trend," he said, "emphasizing diet and exercise for people of all ages." Realizing that his goal of majoring in communica- tions in college will require a knowledge of a variety of things, Jeff has taken piano and karate lessons, has been a motorcycle buff, written sports feature stories for the Shield and worked in the press box at Owen Sta- dium during football season. "I think people who get the most out of life," he said, "are those who really get involved in a lot of different things." He was an active member of Student Council and Key Club his junior and senior years. DAILY WORKOUTS in a nearby physical fitness center keep Jeff Wat- son and many other Northwest students in tip-top condition. ,fs '52 Q.. F s . :ref '.'r-- - I KW , V I ' .N W ,Qt rw 1 gy . -1 1 , 1,5 .M 5 Q Q ', . T. , y f 49 i 5 - rm ..-fr is "- 'V -'12's1i1sE ' :iw In H tw ,'A'Il 'f lsiiltiiw I-J ' Alf " ' .li if " t n N V E+. " ' ' " I f 4 - 4' K R 23 - L ... I ,..--:, 6 VM fi bg-if Q , 2 Qi?" E -I -' . -Q? . I . .V - - , N, g -,4 iv YQ .t. 1 .i . ,fry if -f E l WILLIAMS, SHERRY: Court Jesters 1: Cyg- nets 1-3: French Club 2-4, treas. 3, pres. 3. WILLIAMS, STEVE: Thespians 1-4: sec. 4, Nat'l. Honor Society 3-43 Mu Alpha Theta 3- 4: Key Club 3: Chi Alpha Mu 1: Student Council 2. WILLIAMS, TINA: fSeptember 23, 1960 - November 29, 19779. WILSON, NONA. WILSON, SANDRA: FBLA 3-4. WILSON, TERRY. WINANS, NANCY: Honor Band 1-4: Cygnets 1-4: Round Table Staff 3- 4: "O" Club 1-3: Court Jesters 1-2: Orches- tra 1-4: Courtesy Club 1-3. WOLF, BRAD. WOOD, JOE. WOOD, TERRY: Coronets 1: DE 3-4, chap. 3, pres. 4. WOODS, TINA. WOODS, DONNA: Chi Alpha Mu 1: FBLA 43 Vo-Tech 4. WOODS, SYR- ILLA. WOODY, DEBRA. YATES, VICCI: FOAT 1-4, Nat'I. Honor Society 4. YORK, DANNY. YOUNG, MARSHA. ZACA- RIAS, MARTHA: Spanish Club 1-4. ZELDEN- TI-IUIS, RENE. ZIEGELGRUBER, BILL: Ger- man Club 2-4, v. pres. 4: Thespians 3-4: NFL . Q-7 , A. , .. ,. I ts.. I . - 3-4, reporter 4. i ig ,, . it -' K. . Q zkk Umm? ikgigft ,,,k, 1.,L, K .l2.T,,. .ln . Advertising ... . ...t. Q SKYLINEVIEW of downtown Oklahoma City at night is an impressive sight. ' AMONG THE hundreds of Northwest students working in area stores are David Clark and Brad Piccolo, who wait on customers at Shepherd Mall. 0 BUSINESS SCENES as viewed from g the intersection of 30th and May Avenue show the busy street during lunchtime when students patronize local stores and eating places. 'i Advertising " Everybody wanted your money. It was bad enough at school, but there was a whole world of irresistible things waiting for you just to buy them. We liked to eat. So we did. A lot. And that took money. But we got it together some- how. Because how could you refuse an icee alter school, a pizza after the game? I Most of us took pride in our community. We didn't get as involved as we could have, but the thought was there. Downtown was torn up, rebuilt, reevaluated and ended up a beautiful area. But we remember it all, all the good and the bad. Wiv- fwfn :QR V I 5 .mf "ESI n L 'Nm I E J 4........M.. qw . S , 2 3' Pi I . ,5 E . T1 Q' .I sg E C, s-26.4 E: N CSMTAP-.Af435 Q my S4315 K K Kyiv Av:Nr11 Blowing uplgl Realizing that progress usually involves changes that are controver- sial, many Knights joined the 30,000 people who gathered to see the Bilt- more Hotel fall victim to a demolition squad October 16. Many citizens, who had sentimental memories of this former showplace of the Southwest, brought sandwiches, balloons and cameras to observe the blast which was telecast live by two local TV stations. Former king of Oklahoma City's lux- ury hotels, the Biltmore was the tallest steel-reinforced building in the world ever to be brought down by explo- sives, leaving 2100 tons of valuable metal to salvage. City Urban Renewal official, Director James White, said the site, after clear- ing, will include parts of a lake, civic plaza, entry space and civic building in the new Myriad Gardens. -172 X K --wanna qi A TASTE OF GOOD MUSIC is given to Steve Wentz by Sabrina Milburn at Tape City where students can find a wide variety of music to fill all their needs. TAPE CITY, 3610 N. May. 946-9337. . I 'nr-urn inihl . 'Pg :Y 4 v F " 1 3 z 'V Q W is . I I f y ret , -fx 1, n M ., 1 i.st A PIECE of Oklahoma City's history, the Biltmore hotel, goes up in a cloud of dust as a part of the City's Urban Renewal Plan. -squitfe shop 'F TOPPED oFF with sweaters from the squire shop, Lisa I I Andrewski, Dana Carroll, Debbie Spaeth, Lisa Carney, and Susan Moore are prepared forthe winter weather. They know that no matter what the season, they can find their favorite clothes at SOUIRE SHOP, Shepherd Mall. 946-0673. VISIT OUP? PERSONAL BANKING CENTER :Tailored Checking :Top Interest Savings Plans :Simple Loans :Trust Services UNION BANK 8 TRUST CO. 4921 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 Member FDIC. Bill 69" IPGIICIS lT'S NICE to say it with flowers and Gilbert Hicks of Bill and Irene's helps Tim O'Connor and Susan Moore pick the perlect bouquet for those special someones. BILL AND lRENE'S FLOWERS, 3004 N.W. 23. 943-3353. r 1 ! K. ' Sv I I 1' .. J i I I I:':9l--lI?I:'5,As?3I.I1AINIC3ES THE EASY WAY OUT of doing dishes is to have a dishwasher from Phipp's Appliances. Cheerleaders Mary Fraher, Pat Gaddis, Mignon Merchant, Bar- bara Sokatch. Marci Fleet, Jackie Ward, Karri Morgan, Denise Eden and i Tracy Moroney agree. PHlPP'S APPLIANCE CENTER, 2720 N. May. 943- 3371. Community - 177 ' ' ' ' " ' ' il Southwest Construction News Service ' FIRST IN CONSTRUCTION REPORTS THE SECOND IT'S NEWS 34 I Hi I I 13610 -' TO LEARN the family Mark Minx practices Q ESTABLISHED 1g58 press at SOUTHWEST NEVVSSERVICE- - o TIMELY AND ACCURATE BID INFORMATION o COMPLETE PLANROOM FACILITIES o COPY SERVICE FACILITIES o QUICK PRINTING SERVICE IYOUR COPYJ o SOUTHWEST NEWS BULLETIN AND ANNUAL DIRECTORY ADS o PERSONALIZED NOTICES o INOUIRYSERVICE DEPEND ON US FOR ALL YOUR CONSTRUCTION NEWS NEEDS AN uP-To-DATE SUMMARY OF CONSTRUCTION NEWS I SOUTHWEST CONSTRUCTION NEWS SERVICE 1 N.W. 12th - Box 53442 4221 S. Sheridan Fld. - Box 45059 ' Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105 Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145 405-272-0666 918-663-6444 I I I EDD MINXI PRESIDENT ' EWING PARNELL, SECfTREASURER VERNON MCGINLEY, VICE PRES- SALES I - I 178 ' Community 2222? EQQSQ CHECKING OUT customers like Pam Boyd isn't bad work for Kelly Carlton or Bobby Davis at BRADY FOODS, 3701 N. Youngs. 943-3708. "NL THE Book HEADQUARTERS OF oKi.AHoMA it 943-9611 732-3733 J MAYFAIR 4813 N. MAY UPTOWN 1426 N. KEY NOW IN OUR 25th YEAR Person - to Person Finance Center NEED A LOAN? Person-to-Person Finance Cen- ter is the place to come. Laura Brown helps Kim Boldien with some ot the paperwork involved in getting financial aid. PERSON-TO-PERSON, 2808 N. Pennsylvania. 528-3211. Community - 179 ALQII' 'l.l'LEWlPl A GET TOGETHER at Youth Fellowship meeting for Bible study or sing along is always rewarding for Northwest students at BAPTIST TEMPLE, 2433 N.W. 30. 946-1497. Youth chapel is held Wednesday evenings, and every Thurs- CONVENIENCE SERVICE YOUR COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLY CENTER FOR ALL BUILDING MATERIALS AND HARDWARE "CALL FOREST FIRST" 'I FOREST LUMBER CO. soo N. MAY - 232-6141 -' oKLA. CITY 180 ' Community mi. ..,.., ,, . , day at noon. Approximately 80 Northwest students go to the church for Lunch Bunch, a church-sponsored luncheon. Artes SPECIALIZING in unique gifts, deArtes has a large assortment of grandfa- ther and cuckoo clocks. Robert Clark shows Kim Koop and Edna Bull one of the many in their fine selection. deARTES, Shepherd Mall. 942-6623. as EIALEIS li . llf:ll1TlEfQmB1T llQ3DmBlllL FB! llFllllllQffiM -'r g- ....- -,rag 1' , .nrt 5' f . Xxsz - .I .f,i..,7 ti- ff 1 624- li i' , ' .aff 1 vi' HA' . V I ' , l 7. '.i.rKuQlli'x SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS Charlie Peaden and John Williams get their televi- A GREAT selection of merfs clothing can be found at international Fash- sion fixed just in time for the big game. They know Eales Television offers ions. Shelley and Karri Morgan select the perfect shin from their uncle, Bob fast dependable service. EALES T.V., 2906 NW, 23. 946-7337 or 947-21 OO. Kaiser, INTERNATIONAL FASHIONS, 2724 N, Pennsylvania, 528-4451. - FRIENDLY FACES of boosters Teresa Palmer, Josh Willis and Connie Gorman greet customers at the gymnasium concession stand. Boosters ran the stand for all home athletic events. Clhieeirinfon "This year we've stressed that all parents," said Ms. Joe Gorman, presi- dent, l'not just those of athletes, are important to the success of our Booster Club." The parent organization, which sup- ports all school groups, increased its membership to 250 this year. Booster Clubbers met the first Tuesday of each month to discuss projects and fund raising events. Ms. Gorman noted that the club bought equipment for wrestlers and warmups for the girls' basketball team. They also helped with uniforms for baseball and track teams. Couples, serving as officers were the Dallas Barnetts, first vice presi- dent, Josh Willises, second vice presi- dent, Herschel Palmers, treasurer, and Ron Eckers, ways and means chair- man. Ms. Gorman attributed a big part of this year's growth to the interest shown by freshmen parents. Community 181 Hiiclkoif Faiwfini is of Ohio I l I I I J I I i " ' I I I AFTER A HARD DAY on the job, Hickory Farms workers take time to goodies come to HICKORY FARMS OF OHIO. Let them prepare a gift relax. For a super selection of cheese, beet stick, candy and other box foryou for any occasions. Shepherd Mall. 946-2414. Tra vis GM KEEPING ONE FOOT on the floor Joe Ray takes careful aim for his next shot against his opponent Joe Ong. 0 Travis Cue Center is a great place to go for foosball pinball and pool. TRAVIS CUE CENTER, 2733 N.W. 503 942-9777. 182 - Community .if . 1s.,.,s Springdale Geautg Salon i ooLemrQ.in7 A CLEAN CUT is given to junior Victor Albert by Diane Dodson. Springdale A LOT OF THOUGHT goes into the selection of a lovely bouquet and Mr. Beauty Salon has cuts for men and women and they offer the latest hair- Bob Coleman helps Ron Hamilton pick the best one. Come and see why styles. SPHINGDALE BEAUTY SALON, 4409 N.W. 50, 943-8353, CoIeman's Flowers are flower specialists. COLEMAN'S, 3624 N.W. 58. 946- 9778, RCDM ADDITICNS Q3 Construction A ee , A HUMCU 1 it ai ze-11 Xi .F - Q I Tia l 2004 N.Drexel I I coll for free estirnote C?-46-1300 Citizens Bonk 84 Trust Compong l FINANCIAL PLANS are discussed with bank president, Mr. Jack Fos- ter, by his son John Foster and Mike Hinchey, both seniors. CITI- ZENS BANK, the friendliest place for all your banking needs. N.W. 23 8. Classen. 525-6531 . 35 Q E Q E QQ O Q: E E 5- QE C C: . Vtqx est BUSY WORKERS, Cindy Butler, her father, Mr. Ed Butler, and Diane Newman find that three heads are better than one when it comes to running a pharmacy. MAYFAIR PHARMACY, 5100 N. Brookline. 942-1244. ine-lljpini outs "I really enjoy Camp Fire Girls because of the things we get to do and the people we meet," said junior Dawn Davy. Dawn was one of several Northwest students involved in the Horizon Club, a branch of the Oklahoma City Council of Camp Fire Girls. She has been a member for nine years. At Christmas the group visited the Oklahoma County Home where mem- bers passed out gifts and served punch and cookies. They presented skits and led every- SEASON'S GREETINGS are conveyed by Dawn Davy and Sandy Ross to Ms. Hattie Johnson at the Oklahoma County Home. 184 ' Community one in carols. "Everyone seemed so grateful," said junior Twila Smith, also a nine- year member. Twila and Dawn are working on their Wohelo Medalion, a service and com- munity award. The two-year working time involves touring the community and giving service through their church and other local organizations. Crauens, BarnhiIl,Gi bert, St Pellow .ah A I I I I INSURANCE COSTS for high performance cars are talked over by Tim Pellovv, residence phone 946-1019, Keith Ahpeatone, residence seniors Mike Gilbert and Allan Brooks at CRAVENS, BARNHILL, GIL- phone 942-6540, Pauline Gilbert, residence phone 946-0327. Busi- BERT AND PELLOVV INSURANCE AGENCY, 2520 NW. 23, Call- ness phone, 943-8313. ' 0 cmimfella ,tt 5 AN ARTIST'S TOUCH is applied by junior Jynon Hibbard to decorated cakes in her famiIy's bakery. The prettiest decorated cakes in town are at ClNDER- ELLA CAKE SHOP, 4712 S. Pennsylvania, 3412 S.W. 29. 681-8488, 685- 1633. GX l1lsey6l3ennett Wi ,i , .4 lm SPECIALISTS in labeling packaged butter and custom cutting it are Wilsey Bennett employees. Chuck and Robert McWaters, both freshmen, exhibit the choice labels which provide an effective identification for numerous dair- ies. Chuck's father is a long-time employee of Wilsey Bennett's, 3949 NW. 36th, 947-5561 , Community ' 185 -,, 1 'Aff .3 a ,,j4qi., jf -'Q i '-- AT THE NEW Nu-:r ,eps '-e T32 --sf fbjggsgg, fl is,a1111:-ffIf:-11::Z::?i1"' 2- -.1 , . 3, - GEORGE CDNIPAN 725 Overhead Drive I I I l HEATING L .-,-- Y- -fff-4-Eff.:-1.?',c.,,, .,, W -. - """c "'- , . , v , 1 " ., V . ,, . , - " j , f. 1 - i , f '12 .2:iiiiSifffiE555255E22555E5iiiiiiiziiziisiiiiiigeegs' , rica , -J.. - ff - 334114 tif 1 S 1221gPzfzezfieffsiiff522:i2sz2zs2Seie?5 ff ' G' ffi,-eye z 1? , 1 V f 3, J 1 GGL, 7 1 D' 5- I '11 ' " 1 ,rf A f -- i if +35 f If ,, :ff +--. 4 X 1 X , A f-if A, . B "5 ' 1 M3 nga, lg, r M? l , ,z rf- W, GS' ' ,:,,-,455 JK M awgz v , 35 l :KK z Za A ai ff an '74, , vu ' ia.. 5 4 If HE ,, . 'Wg 2 X wood heaters 947-4452 FLASHY WHEELS are worth looking over, even in icy temperatures, Seniors April Kanis and Jeff Watson have high hopes for graduation gifts. SCHWABS AUTO SALES, 4316 NW. 39 Expressway. 947- 2208. Schwab ,Fluto 186 ' Community Sales lil MP BROTI-IERS GROCER Irv-'rf 3, v JUST A SAMPLE ot the delicious cupcakes at Kamps Grocery is offered to Mr. Frederick Kamp and Mr. Henry Kamp by Alyson Wey. They have a wide variety of pastries and fresh baked breads. Still one of OKC's good old fash- ioned grocery stores, in business for over 50 years. KAMP BROTHERS GROCERY, 1310 N.W. 25, 524-2251, BIG PLANS for a new construction site are shown to majorettes Dana Carroll, Lisa Andrewski, Susan Moore, Lisa Carney, Deb- bie Spaeth by her father Mr. James Spaeth. AL!I.l'Ll'I.I LING. SPAETH CONSTRUCTION, 2423 N. Oklahoma St. 524-2338. -4-. -1' E r lbertws shoes Z' A LOT OF SOUL on the bottom of the latest fashion shoes is shown to Sandy West by Joe I-Iarkins at Roberts Shoes. For any shoe your feet desire come to ROBERTS, 4922 N. May. 946-8972. epperson ph to . ,. I M I H, .5 ., . WS ..f' 1 :sta E3-4 . il ,Wi f v' N ffwmsftrfi.-it am mwxa,,,, .nw nv ' 45 v' LL, TZ TY . ' ,. t gr .Ik -'I .I Bi, O!! A A ' F kyrpzqf 11,41 Vt' . , 0:1 91,4 fi , 5 ft- -' . - , ft I 1 Q ,V I 4 ,ln Q Q ' I 'Slit' 7 ' 5 F Sri w t ff L I - 5 P' fi K I a -. ' 'Siu , , , 5 I,1.. 'fx. K, ., xr 5 . 1 aff- - I L ' I , ' . J -Yzzvl 'fx .1 'O "" - ' M 1' it ' 'PP ' Ufiffii Mes - ' 5 - ": ev? T r 344- " !ggn."n I , Sf sbwmi , 4 ,, FILM GOES FAST when you're Round Table photographers. Juniors Dawn Davy and Twila Smith know that Epperson Photo is the best place to pick up film and all other accessories for their cameras, Mike McDougal helps them get ready to shoot a picture. EPPERSON PHOTO, 3618 N, Pennsylvania. 521-9714. Community REALTORS 4317 N. MacArthur REALTOR Ken Stoops and his sister Brenda, soph- oklahoma Clty' ornore, display Ken's real estate sign. 4 9 We proudly present our friendly staff of sales professionals eager to serve you . . . . . Ken Stoops John Helshouser Greg Calderwood Jan Bell Susan Crail Sara Rowe Dale Yeary Marilyn Manlooth Kathy Shoemaker Danny Morrissey Herry Goodall Lynn Treece Judy Toney Shelby Martin Fred lvie Leatrice Sneed Sherry Gaunl Kathy Lay Gary Mantooth Ellis Lewis Vonnie Deal Sandy Moreland Joyce Calderwood Linda Taylor Lereta Adkisson Thelma Scott Hugh Goodall Ruth White Danny Lay C. Don Lewis THOMAS LAY R EA LTO R Q uumneusnvasemas Boydston Insurance hi IT TAKES A LOT of paper work to run an insurance agency, and show her a policy they have just received. BOYDSTON INSUR- Christie Boydston is eager to learn more about her tather's busi- ANCE, Plaza Court Building. 232-1337, 232-1104. I ness. Her brother, Rick Boydston and his secretary Linda Crites, LI 188 ' Community IMIIEIUDWEEQ GEITING A CHARGE for their battery, Ronnie Hirom, Qphomore, and Aleta Dugan, senior, are helped by Steve York at Midwest Auto Supply, where you will find parts for all your automotive needs. MID- WEST AUTO SUPPLY CO. 3345 N.W. 23. 942-8018. C g-Qgeeeeeee l I 3 FRIGHTFUL FACES plus hundreds of other gag gifts can be found at Hecklers Novelty Company. Claudia Hobbs and Shelley Todd, fresh- men, try them on for size. HECKLERS, 4034 N. MacArthur. 787- 8603. ft bail: f5zm,r-il Doiiry Queen ii-....... A REFRESHING DRINK is given to senior John Williams by Jennifer Kelley, junior, at the Virginia Dairy Queen where you can get all kinds of hamburg- ers, hot dogs and sundaes. DAIRY QUEEN, 1000 N. Virginia. 239-2109. Community ' 189 - DA PO T AMG , UJEVENBERQ Q' ITIASSAGIC i WINTER is a good time to have a pair of boots to keep the AMC Shoe Department. They handle many name your feet warm and senior Mark Bottrell shows brands tor reasonable prices. AMC SHOE DEPART- Dolores Miller, freshman, one of the many fine pair in MENT, 1001 N. Pennsylvania. 232-3251. .1--...,sm. FORA MEXICAN TASTE TREAT, come to El Dorado Mexican-Ameri- can Restaurant. Enrique Roberts, Angeles, Angelita, Marisela and Belinda Zacarias prepare the silver before the evening crowd. EL DORADO, 2921 S.W. 59. GEL GDOR ADO mexican- 2 american food il 9' TO KEEP THEIR CARS IN TIP TOP SHAPE, John and David Miley know that the best place to go is MiIey's garage. For a tune up or a fill-up, MILEY'S NEW LOCA- TION is the SE corner of 39th and Meridian. 943-0912, 943-0873. T E XIAI Davrs Regt Aboo Shameroh 70 Abernathy. Janrce 85, 162 Abler. Jenny 69, 73 162 Abshrre, Karen 142 Adams, Errk 60 78 152 Adamson,Susan 73 82 162 Addrson,Kev1n 142 ADMlNlSTRATlON 1224125 A1zall,Vanrd 85 Ahboah. Shelly 130 Arnsworth Pattr 142 Alben Blll 30, 69 77 142 Albert Vlctor 71 74 90 91 152 183 Albrrght Greg 43 91.142 Albnght, R1chard 16 130 Alexander Sherry 152 Alexander Teresa 57 61, 130 Allen Jeannre152 Allen. Rodney 142 Allen. Suzan 130 Allen. Vrnce 130 Allrson, Sherry 162 A M C SHOE DEPARTMENT 190 Arnrck Lrnda 20 Anderson Chrlsty 20. 162 Anderson Cyntnra 80 Anderson DenlSe129 Anderson Vanessa 97 142 Andrewskr Judy 70 Andrewskr Kurt 45 130 Andrewskl Lrsa 67 80 81 142 176,187 Angel Connle 142 Angle V1kkr87 162 Anson Barbara 129 ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB 86 Appleseth Julre 70 152 Archer Tol'l'lr'1'ly142 Annwrne Kenneth 124 Armstrong Bobby 152 Armstrong Carlos 50 Armstrong Trmmy 46 78 130 Arn Susan 17 74 79 152 Arnett C1111 142 Arnett Melony 152 Arnold Luprno142 ART 1 14,1 15 ART HONOR SOCIETY 72 Aterburn, Darrell 55, 152 Aterourn, Dee Ann 75 79 142 Arthur Carla 142 Ash John 130 Asher Arny 80 83 130 Ashley Davld 130 Asner Drarta 162 Atkrnson Teresa 152 Austln Teresa 130 Babula Danny 130 Bagsby Constance 70 Bahm Marty 162 Barley Chrrs 94 162 Baker Jarnre 75 78 79 90 152 Baker Jay 79 Baker Lrsa 73 77 162 Baker Mar1a89 92 130 Baker Pam 130 Baker Sherr154 82 94 96 142 Baldrng, Mrke 130 BAND 69 BAPTIST TEMPLE 180 Barber Gaylene 142 Barbour John 43 152 Barbour, Mrke 69 55 142 Barnes, Llllre 142 Baron, Oleata 129 Barr1t1.John130 Barry Kay 125 BASEBALL 62 BASKETBALL 48-50 Bassett. Melanre 69 73 162 Bassett. Mtke 130 Bast1da.Suzre 80 82 130 Bates Randy2 13 142 Bates. Sandy 91 92 115,162 Battle Janet 70 85, 90 94, 162 Battle, LaDonna 75, 80, 83 94 152 Bay, Sharon 57,152 Beals, Con 94,130 Beard, Orvrlle 129 Beatty, Helen 70 98 152 Beavers, Cora Susle 92,162 Beckett Tont 152 Beets.Art1e 142 Beets, Kenneth 130 Bell Sara Jane 125 Bellmon, Henry 103 Bennett. Betty 162 Bennllt, Kelly 54, 162 Benson, Mrke 152 Benson, Sandy 76, 79, 152 Benson, Tony 142 Berkey, Lrnda 74, 83, 97, 152 Berry, Bully 55, 130 Berry, Carolyn 19.80 162 Berry. Joyce 80, 90,92, 94, 162 Berry Kelth 62, 65. 162 Berry, Kevrn 62 65.152 Berry Margaret 74 152 Berry. Wrlltarn 45 Betterton. Debbre 55. 130 Brcklord. Dranna 76, 162 BILL 6 IRENE'S 177 Brngham. Bart 163 Brngham,Dan1se 142 Brrd, Don 50 Brrd, Monroe 50. 62, 64, 65, 94 Brrdwell. Todd 69 Black Bobb1e 153 BLACK HlSTORY 84 Black, Troy 142 Blacketer, Pam 77, 142 Blacketer. Russell 163 Blalr.R1chard 46. 130 Blanchey,Carl80, 94 163 Blandon, Phyllrs 58, 61 94 142 Blaney. Brran 142 Blanton. Ron 153 Blanton, Terrrl 130 BOCoCk, Mrke 74, 91 153 Boen, Jrm 153 Boldler1,Krm 70,85,163 179 BOOSTER CLUB 181 Booth James 153 Bothe, Tuna 130 BOlhel,PauI142 Bottger, Irma 129 Bottrell, Mark 163 Bowne. Marva 70, 142 Bow1e,Rosre 80, 88. 94 130 Bowler Ntna 130 Bowman Debble 80 83 142 Bowman Glen 124 Bowman Larry 45 55 130 Boxle Ror1al88 94 143 Y Boyd Bobby 143 Boyd Donny 153 Boyd, Donny 163 Boyd lryrn 153 Boyd, Jesslca 94, 97 Boyd, Pam 153 179 BoydSlon,Chr1stt 11 19 52 61 73 75 79 82,87 90 163 188 BOYDSTON INSURANCE CO 188 Boydslon Rrck 188 Bozarth Sherry 130 Bradlord Angela 73 97 163 Bradford Conrla 71 126 BRADY FOODS179 Brldges Kenny 62 65 74 92 163 Brrghtwell. Sharon 75 82 143 Brodell, Leslre 153 Brodell Peter 130 Brooks Allan6 42 43 73 87 163 185 Brooks Davld 131 Brooks Jennre 75 80 83 143 Brooks, Kay 1 14 163 Brooks Marshelle 69 131 Brooks Tammre 72 73 97 163 Bross Randy 55 153 Broughton Bully 2 Brouse Brown Blown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Renee 83 131 Bobby 153 Calvrn 126 Charles 126 Debb1e 80 94 Dedra 97 131 Jeha94l16119153 Kathy 27 83 103 163 Laura 179 Lawrence 131 Mark 131 Marsnella 85 88 110 1611 Marlrna 88 Marvtna 131 Pal 126 Paul45 55 68131 Rrchard 43 45 119 Sheree 78 131 Steve 58 153 Susan 80 88 Teresa 77 85 90 94 97 162 163 Tommy 153 Valorye BB. 153 Browton Brlly 13 Bruner Bryant Rhonda 76 80 85 88 94 153 Marte 126 Bryce Margaret 143 Bryner Deborah 79 83 153 Buchanan James 78 79 126 BuIl,Edrla 75 82 90 143 180 Bullard Kelly 131 Burdette EllZabeth122 126 Burger Todd 62 65 Burleson Laura 72 114 163 Burlrng Joe 143 Burnetle,Je1l 131 Burr1ette,Wrllram 153 Burns, Sandra 131 Burns Garnetla131 Burrows. Cathy 20 73 76 80 82 163 Burrows Chns 43. 55 74 143 Burton Barbara 88 126 Burton, Roger 153 BUSINESS EDUCATlON 108409 Butenhotl Mark 107 Butler Crndy8 15,20 31 75 77 163 184 Butler Nancy 153 Byrd Adrarn 143 Caddell, Maudle 143 Ca1n,Chns 72 83 143 Carn, Mrke 45 131 Calderon Jorgee 68 131 Calhoun Paul 131 Cameron, Bonnre 68 131 Cameron Duane 75 83,143 Cameron Susan 131 Campbell, Karen 143 Cantrell Terreca 97, 163 Capps, Wrll 54 131 Carlton, Kelly 43,163,179 Carmen. Jerry 34 Carnes, Anna 131 Carney. Llsa 76, 80, 81 83 153 176 187 Carolrna, Rodney 43 153 Carpenter, Donna 83 143 Carpenter, Wayne 126 Cargrll. Kathy 21 Carrlngton, Adam 21, 58 80 143 Carroll, Dana 80. 81 83 143. 176, 187 78 82 90 Index Carroll John 69 143 Caner Darrell 58 Canmell Robert 69 143 Casey Geottry 131 Cassady Marguerlrte 129 Castleberry Tamr 75 153 Castleberry Ttna131 Cedeno Cnarlle 48 Chace MeIodee163 Chandler M1ldred 85 126 Chandler Todd 65 131 Chaney John 78 143 Chaney Judy 78 108 163 Chastarn Donna 131 Cheatham Roberta 163 CHEERLEADERS 81 Chernrcky Janette 80 82 131 141 Cherntck Jo19 73 76 8 3 163 erry oena Cherry Prrr1lrp163 Cl-ll ALPHA MU 66 Cl'1tlleSS Trudr 75 B2 143 Chownlng Neal 60 163 Chrrslopher Lorr143 CWDERELLA CAKE SHOP 185 ClTlZENS NATlONAL BANK 184 Claborn Edna 129 Clark Davrd 55 79 178 Clark Janet 163 Clark Patrrcra 70 163 Clark Robert 180 Clattenburg Guy 131 Clay Sharon 131 Clrtt Terr169 153 Cocnnauer Pau172 163 Cochran Judrth 73 97 163 Cochran Karen 196 Cochran Mark 45 131 Cocklrn Julle 35 74 83 92 153 Cof1ee Krm 163 Co11man Monty 131 Coker De1or1S153 Coker Gerald 45 131 Coker Judrth 77 126 Cole Mellrssa 163 Coleman Bob 183 COLEMAN S FLOWERS 183 Coleman Jtrnrny 12 43 143 Coleman Many 163 Coleman Mrke 79 Cornbest Aaron 131 Combest Danelle 163 Combs Dons 126 Compton James 163 Conley B1lly143 Connally El11e131 Connery Sue 75 76 79 85 163 Cook ChrlStlr1e143 Cook Danay 82 143 Cook James 153 Cooper Chrrstrne143 Cooper Clarrssa 143 Cooper Dana 153 Cooper Lee 43 Cooper RusseII45 55 131 COOPERATIVE TRAlNlNG 106-107 Cooley Cur1rs143 Cooley Doug 73 Cops Sara 82 Corfl Johnny 62 65 74 143 144 Corley Krmberly 131 Cormac: Chrrs153 Corrnan George 180 Cornelrson Sherry 73 79 82 163 CORONETS 82-83 Cortez Johnny 62 65 153 Cortez Terry 131 Cohen Randy 89 Cotton Randy 153 Coulter Laourta 143 COUNSELORS 125 COURTESY CLUB 75 COURT JESTERS 80 Cowen James 143 Cowden Janet 76 163 Abbo-DHHnghan Cowger Kelly 143 Cox Audrey 88 94 Cox James 126 Cox Wlll185B 143 Craddock Danny 143 Craddock Mrke 74 163 Cramer Debble 76 153 CRAVENS BARNHILL GILBERT 8 PELLOW 1NSURANCE 185 Crawtord Allen 163 Crawtord Darryl 164 Crawlord Rrchard 153 Crepps L1sa143 Cntes Lrnda 188 Crockett John 60 164 Crosley Harold 10 57 79 86 112 164 Cross. Charles 143 CROSS COUNTRY 46-47 Cross V1ck175 79 83 143 Crowl Lelal'td164 Crumpler Dana 61 69 75 82 143 Crutchtreld Mark 68 143 150 Cruz Edgar 143 Cruz Manuel 72 115 164 Cruz Mark 68 131 Cruze Debbre61 73 153 CRY-SLURS 89 Culbefl JOl'1l't 79 126 Culpepper Tacy 164 Cunnrngham Cheryl87 164 CYGNETS 82-83 Dake Tom 55 126 Daley Dallas 79 83 119 131 Dalke Penny 83,131 Dalke Tamr 70. 83 110 153 Danrel Sharon 88 Danrels. Br uce 43,94 153 Dav1s.Anthon1ttle 80, 88 90 94 Dav1s. Barbara 153 Davrs. Clay 48 57 126 Davrs, Danny 74 164 Davrs Darr Davrs Emrl EH153 y 164 Davts Kathy 164 na131 Davrs, Robert 153 179 Davy Dawn 79 82,153 184 187 Davy, Rhonda 30, 34, 39, 83 99 143 Dawkll'ts,June 9, 44 122 124 196 Daws Anna 164 Daws, Davrd 45 131 DBWS Delbert 164 Daws, Martha 143 Dean Carl 43, 144 Dean Margaret 20 52 61 73 74 77 79 82 164 Dean P1'lyll1S164 DE ARTES 180 DEBATE 119 DECA 92 Decher Buster 129 Deloe Carol 153 Degrallenreld Charles 77 78 Denk Roberta 144 Denton Love 57 126 Deurbrouck JoAnne 131 Deurbrouck John 91 15.1 Dckenson Drana 71 73 85 94 164 Ockenson Lowanna 94 131 Drckenson Marquetta 85 90 9-1 154 Dckerson Debra 132 Dokerson Delbert 13.7 Detz Mellnoa 132 Drll Davrd-16 154 Dllard Larry 85 164 Dllrngnam Jed 42 GOODIES on football game days from pep clubbers spark spirit for gridmen 1 Allan Brooks, Reece Lamar and Mike Gilbert. lndex'191 I Farahanl Mehrdad144 Distributive Education-Green .1 0 . x I J 4 A 7 "9 4- , , -o ' .- I :- 1, 'W ,,.. J . A ' , . on 4, 4' L ' 4, '14 'Q. - 1 '31 ' ' xr- J., ' A'f 1 . .,p,l l,FQ. V U DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 92 Dlxon Al1Ce8B 126 Dlxon Joy 90. 941 154 Dodsong Duane 183 Doherty Mlke 132 Dolan Kathy 88 79 164 Dolan. Scott 88 144 Dornlnguez Patrucla 72. 164 Donley, Ethel 164 Donwerth. Floyd 122 Doss. James 45 6B 132 Dowell. Al 58 144 Dowling. Kara? 13, 77 73 B2,98,164 Doyle, Make 132 Doyle, Pat 87. 90 94 Doyle Robby 154 Drake. Mlke 144 DRAMA 1 19 Draper Davrd 74 154 Drew Steve 164 DRILL TEAM 80 Drrsklll.Chrls 11 17 42 43 55, 73 79 87 93 164 Drlsklll Matthew 10 43, 55. 79 144 DRIVER S EDUCATION 116 Droze, Randy 54 132 Dubose, Kevrn 164 Duckwor1h,Davld 17 43 87 103 164 Duffy Lorl 154 Duncan,Ray132 Dunklns Bruce 132 Dunlap Robert 92, 94 126 Dunn Clndy5 76 79,80 154 Dunn Llsa 164 Duzan Alela 22 78 164,189 Dycus Barbara 69 100. 144 Dyer Eugenla BO 100 144 Dyer Otls 132 EALES TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE 181 Early Charles 126 Ecker Kathy 2, 13 154 Ecker Todd 43 Ecton Nellle 126 Eden,Denlse80,81 83 90 91 164 177 Edwards, Carla 88 144 Edwards. Kathy 94 154 Edwards, Llsa 83. 132 Edwards, Mlchelle 73 B6 97, 164 Edwards, Mlokey 136 Edwards, Sharon 57 80. 154 Edwards. Sharon 132 Edwards. Shlrley 129 Ettlnger. Sally 164 EL DORADO MEXICAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 190 192 ' Index Ellenwood Drew 73 164 Ellus Cynthla 94 132 EIIIS DarryI8O 94 154 Elllson Cathy 164 Elllsort G C 154 Elmore Mark 45 55 132 Elrod, Joyce 54. 132 Ernmench, Karla 69. 144 Englusn, Donna 75, 79 89,122 144 Engllsh. Paul 122 Enyart. Susan B3 144 Epperson Julle144 EPPERSON PHOTO 187 Epoerson Scott 154 Erickson Mahlon 41 46 47 79 B7 164 Ervln Allan 164 Ervln Carolyn 154 Ervln Lesa 59 Eskew. Phll 43 58 Esoe. Roy 54 74 144 Euoanks, Shella 144 Evans Beverly 126 Evans, Joann 144 Evans Judy 126 FACULTY 126-129 Falrless Denlse B2 116 144 Falrless, Steve 144 48 58, 59 73, Fannlng. Candy 48, 57 68.83164 Farbes John 132 Farrell Joan 58, 104 154 Faught. Steve 132 FBLA 72-73 Felder James 132 Felts, Allyson 61. 154 Felts Tlhany 75 BO. 83, 144 Fennell, Charles 126 Ferguson. Susle 80, B2 144 Ferrell Cheryl 144 FHA 71 Fleld Harry 154 Flelds, Andre 132 Flelds, Cedric 144 Fields Mlldred 126 Flnetrock, Cast 77. 79, 80. 83, 144 Flnley. Booble 71, 126 Flshback. Karen 77. 144 Frsher. Cheryl 84 144 Frtzgerald. Lauren 83. 145 Fleet. Marc: 54, 74 76, 80, 8 164 177 Fletcher Edward 69 Fletcher Paula 145 1 B2. 90. 94, Fletcher Flynn, M Flynn, Vu , Rlchard 154 :ke 154 rglnra 132 FOOTBALL 43 Forbes. Nora 82.859.97.154 Ford Chrrs 74 145 Ford Dorothy 80. 126 Ford Latrlce 48, 57, 58. 154 Ford Wendy 164 FOREIGN LANGUAGE 78 FOREST LUMBER COMPANY 180 Forsythe. Rebecca 35, 74. 79. 154 Foster Angela 80, 145 Foster Danlta 80, 85. 88, 90. 94. 164 Foster. Edward 154 Foster Jack 184 Foster. John 164, 184 Foster. Kathleen 83. 164 Foster, Mlchael 154 Fountaln Fountain Fountaln Foutkllle .Emery 58 74,145 ,Renee 72.82.132 Sharane 164 r. Larry 90 94,145 Fox Lorralne 73 165 Fox, Mlke 79 154 Franer Mary 76 80. B1 165 177 Frank Mellssa 79 B3 132 Franklln, Chrlstrna 89, 95 165 Franklin Treva 70, 88. 165 Franson Paul73,79,154 Frazler, Barbara 129 Freeny, Ben 79 Freeny John 45, 132 Freeny. Stuart 43 145 FRENCH CLUB 79 French Glna165 French Scott 26 74.100154 165 FRESHMEN 130-140 FLJIIBFIOFI. ROD 165 Fulwrder Sheryl 154 Gaddle James 50 Gaddls,Kev1n 45 94 132 630015 Pat80 B1 52.154 177 Games Room 165 Galther Tracy 132 Gallager Rooeft 154 Gallager. Steve 57 145 Gallegly Dale 21, 62 64.65, 165 Garcua.Jeanle132 Garcla, Teresa 117, 154 Gardenhlre. Vlckle 78. 132 Garllck, Sherrl 145 Garrard, Johnny 55,132 Garrard. Teresa 70 154 Garre11.Jchn132 Garrett. Jullan 132 Garrett. Julle 54 69 94. 154 Garrett, Lllllan 58 88, 94 154 Garrison, Lynn 54. 74. 79. 91 154 Gatlln. Arden 89. 145 Gausman. Debble 70 Gausman, Nancy 68. 132 Gay. Sharmlta 145 Gaytan, Irma 132 Gentry. Becky 145 GEORGE CORMAN COMPANY 180 George, Velda 70, 126 Geret1a,Sherrl86, 145 Geretta,Terrl145 GERMAN CLUB 78 Germany. Carolyn 80 142, 145 Germany, Clay 45 Germany, Vernrta 88, 154 Geurrn, Greg 10, 15, 79. 91. 98, 165 GleSe,Kur1 6,165 Glesey. Relva 132 Glesey, Roy 145 Glloert, Mrke 6, 43. 73, 92, 165, 185 GllI,Anlta126 Gllllam, Darla 71. 145 Gllrnore. Beverly 73, 126 Gmn. Reva 129 Glnter. Ruta 92, 154 Groson, Peggy 82, 94, 145 Grpson, Ronda 132 Glernboskr, Robin 154 Glenn, Glenn, Glorla, Glover, Glen 165 Lola 145 Carla 132 Joan 90,594,165 Glover, Patrlck 97. 145 Glover. Shrrley 88 Golden, Mary 94. 132 GOLF 56-57 Gonzales, Renate 75. 80, 53, 84, 15 Gonzales. Robert 145 Gooch. Steve 90, 165 Goodglon, Gary 86. 145 Gordon, Sherry 72, 73, 98. 165 Gorman. Joe 17, 62, 65. 92, 165 Gorman. Jody 181 Gorman, Trudy 48,82 GOSPEL CHORUS B8-89 Gower. Carla BO. 145 Gower, Herman 58, BO. 90, 94. 154 Gowler, Letna 129 Grady. Derek 8 Graham. Randy 91. 145 Graham, Tamara 165 Granger, Robert 69, 132 Gravlln. Stephanle 90. 94, 165 Gray, Jackle 63 Gray, Larry 45.105 132 Gray. Llsa 73, 77. 78 165 Gray Thomas 45 GREAT BOOKS 86-87 Green Larclnla 88 90, 94 4 Green Terry 69 Green. Tanata 132 Greene. Lorena 125 Gregory Gaylena 132 Gresham, Jon 22. 78 145 Grattrn, Mackey 45, 48. 60 126 1 Grallln Tonya 84 85 145 Grattath Cara 132 Gratlalh Kelley 34 77, 154 Graltath Lance 36 95 96 166 Grounds Karen 86 Gro e Eby126 Gugvss valeaae 85 94 166 Guace Terry 132 Gurnn Ganger82 Gunderson Rlcky 69 133 Gunter Kevan9 93 133 Hack Marc 166 Haddox Rochell94 Hadley Alan 43 45 166 Hadley LaJuan 79 Hadley Wallaam 154 Haggara Jaaaaara 126 Harley Dave 148 Harley. Noel 88 97 133 Halley Paul 69 74 91 145 148 Hale. Charles 126 Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall, Hall Gregory 69 133 Juanala 129 Julaa 129 Mary er 79 155 Ross 155 Steven 166 Susan 145 Ha1verson,Lasa 72 73 75 78 97 166 Hambrack Kerth 43 166 Hamdokh Yasmrne 133 Hames Make 145 Hamlllon Ron 79 91 166 Hammack. Lee Ann 48, 79 80 83 133 Hamrnons, Otas 45 55, 69 Hancock, H Blaar 44 45 133 Hanger Gwendolyn 126 Hankey Davad 46 89 133 l-lankey Mary 129 Happ Make 79 Hardy Debra 133 Harkey Terlyn 133 Harkrns Dah 74, 166 Harkans Joe 187 Harkans Llnda166 1-Iarmora. Jenny 72,77 145 Harmon, Vancent 145 Harnsberry. Carlos 145 Harper, Erak 103 Harrah Carol 79. 82 89, 124,145 Harras,Al1reda 70. 155 Harras.CIat1ord 125 Harras, Danael 43, 166 1-Grras.Jul1e 83, 166 Hams, Karen 12,83 98 155 Harras, Make 133 Harras, Samuel 133 Harrason, Brenda 133 Harry Kam 166 Harston, Erac 133 Hart Hart Hart Hart Han .Eleasa 145 .Janet 133 , Kelth 155 , Sandra 83, 133 ,Shelly 166 Har1pence.GaaI 166 Hartoence, Joe 45.78.133 Harvey, Carolyn 155 Harwack. Ronda 133 HarwaCk,Ronnae134 Hat1aeld,Braan 145 Hatlaeld.Roban145 Hauton, Mark 69, 145 Hawkans, Frances 145 Hawkrns, Lora 94. 166 Hawkans. Marc 72, 74, 145 Hawkans, Melaraae 72, 89. 155 1-Bwonh, Greg 134 Hawor1h,Rackey 46, 145 Haworth. Steven 145 Ha den Kevtn 45 97 134 y , , , Hayes, Donna 75. 80, 82, 94, 146 Hayes, Thelma 134 Haynes, Loretta 54, 69 83. 146 Haynes, Robert 54, 155 Hazley, Orvalle 58, 94, 166 Heath, Gayla 88, 155 Heathman. Susae 35, 74, 79. 82, 146 HECKLERS NOVELTY COMPANY 189 Hellan, Lora 134 Heanen, Joe 79,118,134 Heanen, Landa 82,134 Held, Brad 146 Held, Katherrne 166 Hell, Rodger 69. 72 91,134 Helt, Rodney 52, 69. 90, 96. 155 Henderson. Annetta 57,61 Henderson, Chera 83, 146 Henderson, Dana 31, 52, 73, 90, 166 Hendncks, Francae 75, 76, 78, 166 Hensch,Chras166 Henshaw, Rena 134 Hensley, Darrell 76.92. 155 Hensley. Gregory 92, 167 Hensley. Julae 78.82.91,167 Hepp, Robert 126 HERO CLUB 70 Herrera, Rosemarae 69, 134 Hess, Sandy 76, 155 Hester. Russell 68. 155 Hewett, Debbae 13 Hrbbard, Jynon 79. 97 102.155 185 Hrbdon, Janet 152 HICKORY FARMS 182 Hacks, Galbert 113 134,177 Hacks. Jell 113 Hacks. Paula 134 HlQQ1l'1DOllOl'Tl,CYl7lhl3 167 Hagganbottom. Doyle 155 Hrghtower. Lasa 80 88, 94 105 Haghtower, Stacae 63 Halburn Helen 54 134 Halorerra, Apart 63 Haldreth, Mark 134 Hall,Arlhur122 Hara, Betty Jo 122 Hall Btu Hall Car ce139 146 ol134 Hall Cassandra 152 Ha11 Eva H111 Mal n 134 colm 43 152 Hall Robln 48 152 Hall. Tony 92,166 Htllrard Mark 134 Hanchey Mary? 12 13 55 80 83 146 Hancney Mlke 43 90 92 167 184 Hanes Ralph 140 146 l-larom Ronnae 76 146,152 189 Hobbs Clauola 82 146 189 Hobbs Karen 1 55 Hoeplner George 78,86 167 Hottman, Gene 10 Hogg, Tomella 167 Hogg,Vancent88 92 Hoke Dan 68 146 Hoke,Jane171 83 155 Holaday Emaly 80 94 134 HOICOYTT Holdma Holdrna Holland b Jonetle167 n.Chera155 n Jan 167 Danny 46 112 167 Holland, Tana 83 89 134 Holleman Robert 167 Hollas J ackae 80 94 146 Hotlowell Jon 69 134 Holman Holman Holman C1111 43 167 John 167 Kenny 94 155 Holrnan,Shar1ey 135 HolrrleS Holmes HoIrneS ,Darrell92 167 , Kenneth 70 , Lasa 135 H011 Duffy 58 Holt. La ura 79 83 146 HOMCO RECONSTRUCTION CO 183 HOME ECONOMICS 1 10-1 11 HONOR SOC1ETY 72 Hooper Hooper Lasa 145 Randy 57, 74 me Hooper, Russell 135 Hopklns Charles 69 135 Hopkans Chras 43 58 69 155 Horn Kevan 146 Hornbeck Keal1'1167 Horner Donny 146 Hornash, Gary 96, 126 Horton, Horton. Mary 75, 155 Machael 54, 91 167 Hosek, Carol 78, 155 Hoskans, Renee 86 Househ older Maxane 27 126 Houseman, Jama 135 Houseman Kam 83 167 Howard Chns 45. 135 Howard, Lasa 167 Howell , Barbara 73.83,97,155 Hubbard, Denase 167 Hubbard, Daane 135 Hubbard. Kerth 50 Huf1rnan,Vrckae 127 l-lugg, Llnda 80. 83, 97. 135 Hull, Harold 43. 55. 155 Hull, Pa Hull. Ra ul 135 nd 155 Y HUMAN RELATIONS 94 Humphrey, Don 2.13 146 Hunt, Cynthaa 135 Hunter. 1-tu nter. Hunter. Hunter, Glenn 106 Kevan 146 Sandra 72. 76 167 Tramel 145 Hutchens Debbae 129 Hutcherson. Bradgette 80. 94. 146 Hutcherson, Maraa 94. 135 Hutchanson, Sherra 74, 167 Hytche. Toya 167 INDUSTRIAL ARTS 112-1 13 lNTERNATlONAL FASHIONS 181 lrvan. Danny 135 lryck. James 92, 167 Ivanhoe, lvanboe. lvanhoe. lvanhoe. Cathy 70 Jack 155 Kathleen 156 Make 135 lvey.Ganny156 Jackson, Dan 156 Jackson. Darrell 43. 58. 94, 156 Jackson, Davad 74, 79, 90 91, 96 156 Jackson, Johnathan 167 Jackson, Kurt 167 Jackson. Larry 101 Jackson.WlIIaarn167 Jacobson, Pala 74, 79, 80, 83, 146 James, Andrea 88, 156 James, Davad 156 James, Kenndatl 78, 135 James, Mark 135 James, Scott 135 Jedltcka, Janet 48. 57 146 Jetleraes. Bobbae 146 Jeldy, Joe 79,135 Jenktns, Jenkans. Johnson Johnson Johnson Aldo 70 Vasca 127 Aundrea 88, 135 , Betty 129 , Chrasta 146 Johnson, Darrell 42 Johnson Johnson ,Ellzabeth 75, 79,83 146 , Erastus 44 Johnson, Gllbert 43, 94, 156 Johnson. Gwendolyn 129 Johnson ,Jaun 21. 58, 156 Johnson, Jam 94 Johnson Karen 146 Johnson Larry 94 147 Johnson Lrnda 75 82 156 Johnson Lanette156 Johnson. Lousaundra 73,167 Johnson Mllena135 Johnson Monty 135 Johnson Paula 83 135 Johnson Rebecca 135 Johnson Roy 54 135 Johnson Sandra 88 94 Johnson Terrae 84 85 94 135 Johnson Thornasena127 Jokanen Jana 11 55 Jones, Angela 73 83 97 167 Jones Annella 94 167 Jones. Darren 94 Jones Drusl11a69 167 Jones, Dwaght45 135 Jones. Felacaa 70 Jones James 135 Jones JoEIlen 156 Jones, Karyn 135 Jones, Kevan 84 146 Jones. Kam 79. 82 146 Jones, Lawana 94 156 Jones, Robert 135 Jones. Roger 43 74 78 167 Jones Tam 74 146 Jones Tony 84, 135 Jones, Vanessa 69 146 Jones, Washrngton 124 Jones, Wrllram 94 Jordon Anlta 111 Jordan Jettrey 68 Joseph Gwen 135 JOURNALISM 118 JUNlORS152'160 Kaaser Bob 181 KAMP BROTHERS 180 Kamp Fredrack 180 Kamp Henry 180 Karlas Apral11 74.91 92 167 186 Karr Krasta 71 146 Kaubln M N 54 127 Kautman Gene 135 Kaul Donna 167 Keeth John 87 Keath,PauIane129 Kelley Amy 75, 79. 80 83 156 Kelley Janrce146 Kelley.WrIl1e127 Kelly Jennlter156 189 Kendnck Pam 80 85 90 94,145 Kennedy Janet 167 Kepler Kent 167 Kerr Daran167 Ketchum Kelly 156 Ketchum Racnard 167 KEY CLUB 74-75 Khaleel Maraa 79 146 Kl'luOI'1g.Kaen146 Kale Kacey167 Kalpalrack Kent 45 55 133 135 Kamoro Johann 125 Klng Bobby 69 146 Klng Mark 79 156 Karkpatrack Barbara 85, 127 Ktelsnus Klrn 10 80,83 98. 146 Klane Roger31 146 Knaght Karen 167 Knowles Lana 168 Knox Dorothy 129 Koch Kalhy19 87 165 Koch Sandy 135 Kocner Melvan 84 Koelsch Gerald 156 Kolar Susan 73, 109 157 Koop Klrn 20, 72 73, 76 B0.82,9O. 157 180 187 Kowal Sherra 59 69 135 Kretchrnar Lorae 48,61 85 108 168 Kubaer Francls146 Kunc Kelly 89 157 Kyle Tony 168 Laden Kent 157 Laden Make 146 Laman Kerry 69 135 Lamar Reece 43 168 Lamb Mark 168 Langham, Kelly 89 Laragrehr Lloyd 45 135 LANGUAGE ARTS 98-99 Lansang John 69, 157 Laskey Chras 78, 135 Laskey. Otas 45 135 Lathrop, Joyce 147 Laubach. Carolyn 127 Lawrence, Rack 58 127 Laws, Karla 135 LawS.Ka1l'1y so 147,199 Lawson, George 1 18, 147 Lawson, Sherra 69. 78, 135 Leake Deloas 88.94 135 Leal Francas 136 Leal Make 157 LGBI, Noel 36 45.55 Learned, Lora 113 157 Learned, Mah 137 Lee Helen 70. 168 Lee Tony 45, 136 Lehman, Prectlla 70, 157 Leon. Alben 55 Leon, Allredo 147 Leonard, Craag 136 Leonard, Karen 94, 147 Leonard. Mary 73 Leonard Macnaet 147 Green-Medlock Leverert, Stephen 60, 79. 157 Leverach.SharyI76.102. 157 Leveradge James 157 Lewas Candy 136 Lewas, Dorothy 129 Lewas. Harry 168 Lewas,Na1alte 77, 79, 157 Lewas, Randy 55, 136 Lewas, Robert 45, 69, 136 Laddleton Don 102 Laght, Chuck 69. 136 Llndley Jesse Dr 123 L1n1nger.Lasa157 Lappoldt Jan 20. B7, 88, 89, 168. 199 Lasle Andy 89 147 Ltsle. Merry BO. 82, 157 Latchlaeld. Bubba 90, 157 Llnle. Shara 14, 20, 73, 87, 168 l.at1eral.Ctndy168 Lattleton. Mark 157 Lttlleton, Todd 116, 136 Lloyd. Candace 136 Loggans, Brenda 168 Long. Debbae 157 Long,Kandy157 Long, Leslae 22. 49, 82, 147 Long, Lasa 147 Long. Roger 127 Longstreth, Ann 69. 136 Longstreth, Make 62 65 127 Lookabaugh,Lora147 Lookangglass, Shlrley 84.85, 136 Losawyer. Scott 79, 136 Loudermalk, Ball 157 Loudermalk, Bobby 147 Loul James 7, 21, 62.65, 74.97, 157 Lovely Denase 73,75,79,83.168,196 Lowell, Mark 136 Lowery, Jakae 55, 168 Lucas, Paula 147 Lucas, Tamothy 92, 168 Lundberg. Debbae 87 Lusby, rem 54, 89 tae Luschen, James 168 Luschen. Laura 83. 136 Luschen. Trrn 73. 78. 168 Lynch Carol 136 Lyon Charlre 57.74, 157 Lyon, Vlrganaa B9 Madrson, Sue 129 MAJORETTES B1 Mallo, Sandra 79,104,147 Malone, Vackl 69, 136 Maney, James 156, 157 tvhnn, John 69 Marchant, Cathy 70 Marchena. George 168 Marks, Randol 1 8 Marr, Donna 74,83,157 Mar1an,Cynthta 71 , 80, 85. 88, 97. Martan,Landa136 Mar1an.Landa 73. 87. 94, 168 Nbrtan, Lorena 169 Martan. Paul 169 Martan, Sidney 80, 88, 94 Mason, Nanca 157 Mason, Nelaane 136 Mason, Steve 45, 55 Mas5ad.Jef1 74,169 Massae, Barbara 136 MATHEMATICS 100-101 Mathews, Sandra 136 Matthews, Felacaa 136 Matthews, Renee 157 Maupan,Cl'1arla 169 May, Randy 169 MAYFAIR PHARMACY 184 Mayo.Landa136 Mays. Steve 69, 78, 136 McAlaster, Rata 80, 83, 136 NlcAnaIly, Charlie 169 McAnally, Debble 48, 74. 147 MCAna1ly, Vackle 72,73,97,169 McAntare. Alma 73, 127 McBrade, Sammy 70 McCaan, Darrell 157 McCaan, Rhonda 136 McCaan, Sheala 147 McCaan, Tam 136 McCaan, Trash 73,8O,90,94,157 McCa1ester, Sheala 70, 169 McCaI1ester,Shenet1 136 McCauley, Earlene 72. 97 127 McCauley, Greg 92 McConnell, Sherry 75, 83, 147 McDonald, Abraham 43. 94, 151 McDonald, Bobby 80, 169 McDonald. Carmane 69, 147 McDow, DeAunn 19, 82. 169 McDowell, Barbara 137 McDowell, Make 187 McFarland, Mlke 157 McGanley, Daanne 147 MCGanty, Karen 71, 169 McGlnty, Sharon 70,71,169 McGraw, Chrastae 82.147 McGraw, Lasa 137 McGrew, Marty 74.157 McHet1ey, Heather 53. 78, 83, 137 McHe11ey, Lynn 53, 74, 76, 82, 90 Mclnturlt, John 69 Mclnturtl, Katy 137 Mclntyre. Brenda 147 McKean, Gana 79 137 McKean,Jane1 137 McKanney,Sherrae169 McKanney, Tony 43.157 McLarry, Royce 68, 69, 137 McNeely, Detolse 88, 94, 147 McNutt, Deborah 169 McPherson, Debra 19, 85 94, 169 McOuade, Danny 43, 147 NcVay Ball 73 127 McWaters,Charlae116,137,185 McWaters, Robert 45, 55. 137.185 McWhorter. Machael 157 Mears, Bratt 68, 137 f Medlock, Daane 92 147 157 Index - 193 Santos Me-dlock-Sims Medlock Rrcky 82 89 97 157 Meek Wendy82 89 97 124 157 Melton Matthew 169 Menaket Cole 137 Menaker Hopoy 76 79 80,83 90 157 Mercer Jennller 59 68 147 Mercer Sharon 73 97 169 Merchant Mignon 76 80 81 157 177 Merttt Loren 127 Merritt W1ll1ar1't58 69 158 Merkel M1Chele137 Messenger Ralph 158 Messick Sandy 158 Meyer Greg 147 MIDWEST AUTO SUPPLY 189 Mtlas Jar11ce147 Milburn Sabrlna 48 74 83 158 176 Mrlburn Troy 125 Mtles Teresa 61 88 94 M1ley Davld 46 47 58 73 169 190 Miley John 46 47 58.169 190 M1LEY S GARAGE 190 Miller Andrew 85 94 97 169 Mrller Barbara 147 M111er Carolyn Miller C1eO129 Muller Deronne 137 Mrller Mrller Miller Miller Miller Delorts 190 Denise 90. 125 147 LIZ 76 82 158 Mark 165 M1chele57 61 S3 137 NFL 91 Nicholson Joe 158 Nicholson R11ucr1zt88 94 137 Nrcklas Carolyn 79 8.7 166 169 NlCk1aS Ph1l1p79 '48 Nlelsen Alan 90 fi-1 Nobtttt Tea Rose 137 Nolan Donna 70 158 Nolen Chandra 63 84 90 94 151' 11151 N011 Robert 45 137 Norloh M1ke1-18 Norman Darrrhrt-13 148 Norman Keith 131' Norman Nanelte83 '37 Norton Delwylt 137 Nunn Martha 69 137 O Bryan Robert 96 127 O Brien Charles 148 O Brren Ph1l169 O CLUB 92 OConner Timothy 43 62 65 73 91 169 1 77 O Connor Gerald 45 Odom Gina 8 Odom Waynoka 127 M1115 Chuck158 M1115 Hazel 68 137 Mrnor Dana 70 169 M1r1x Mark 74 152 158 178 Mitchell Larry 147 Moad Joe 45 137 MODERN DANCE 76-77 Mohrmann Robert 158 Montgomery Loretta 129 Montgomery Tam: 68 69 116 158 Montgomery Torn 43 158 Montgomery Terry 127 Ogle Valer1e77 79 82 97 148 O Grad O Hare y nosleet 75 79 83 148 ke11y137 Oldham Debbie 169 Oldham Sabtene 78 148 Oliver Chr15137 Ong lrene61 80 82 137 Ong JOe52 54 60 74 79 90 92100159 169 182 Ong Larry 86 133 137 Ooten David 46 148 ORCHESTRA 68 Moon KC 69 74158 Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore 1 76 Carla 147 Cassandra 169 Charlene 127 Darren 45 138 Glen 137 Kathy 80 88 158 Sam 42 43 Shawn 168 Sherri 148 Susan 73 75 80 81 83 90 97 158, 177 187 Oruch Marcl180 83 137 Osborn Clay 137 Osby John 159 Osoy Michael 138 Ostalln Mary Lou1set70 Overton Gerald 69 148 Oviatt Davtd 48 55 138 Owen R1chard159 Owens Bruce 88 148 Owne Marttn Morehead James 76. 97 127 Morehouse Trish 97 169 Moreland Edwln 58 Payton Mullentx Cortnte 75 79. 80. 82. 158 Moreno Albert 158 Moreno Lisa 137 Morgan Becky 80 Morgan DeeAnrr Morgan Kathy 169 Morgan Karn 76 80.81 82 158 177 181 Morgan Laronda 48 Morgan, Rodney 94 169 Morgan. Shelly 94,137 181 Morgan Tim 43, 94 Moroney Srobhan 31 79 87 90 91,169 Morbney Tracy 31 76 77 80,81 158 177 Morris Cheryl 169 Morris Della 148 Morris Harold 148 Morrison, Donald 58 148 Morrtson.Krp169 Morrrson, Waldo Morrow Scarlet61, 86 92, 148 Morrow Tim 90.148 Morton Andra 43 158 Morton Moss R MOU LB Mowder Mowder MU ALP Mucker Shandra 148 obtn 80 88 137 fry 127 , Shelly B6 137 ,Sherry 79 92,158 HA THETA 86 Diana 158 Mul1en1x.ROy 54 148 Mu1veney,D Ann 76 Mur1Cy Herbert 148 Muse. An1ta 94 Muse. Rhea 85 Muse, Tony 88 Myers, Connelly 88 Myers, Joe 10 Myers Kent 80 94 148 Myers. Kurt 10 Nash. Carla 137 Nash, Julie 48. 74, 79. 116, 158 Nash. Leo 169 Nash. Teresa 69, 74. 75.80, 148 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 73 Natron, Lisa 58 Nations. Laura 48, 49, 57, 61, 92, 169 Nations, Jeanne 57 NATIVE AMERICAN COUNCIL 84 Naylor Ken 58. 127 Neal, Ro bert158 Neal Mary 102. 137 Nertzel Alan 148 Nert1el.Valicra 169 Nelson. Donna 75.83 Nelson, Galen 69. 137 Nelson, Merlyn 127 Nelson Shelly 97 137 Nero. Tonga 158 Paetz Georgtna2 13 148 Page Dean 138 Page Krm 138 Page Randy 43 Pakbaz Fartba 159 Palmer Darrell45 55 62 64 65 121 125 Palmer Rtchard 138 Palmer Teresa 181 Parker Pa159 138 Parker Roger 74 91 148 159 Parks Dean 83 138 Parletr Karen 48 57 159 Parr Brad 1118 Parrish Todd 80 94 111 159 Partrlclge Shirley 90 94 '28 Pate Gregory 45 55 138 Pale Wendy 74 159 Palrrck Angela 170 Patrick Anlla9 80 82 93 138 Patrtck Gordon 159 Patrick Jetta 80 83 138 Patrick Karen 148 Patrick Ktnr 88 Patterson Cindy 159 Patterson Margaret 73 Allen 148 Peaden CharIes43 58 74 91 92 179 'H' Pearl Bobby 94 119 170 Pollock Matt 1,111 Pollock M1ke1-19 Pool Marian 138 Pooe Joy 70 159 Porter Noel 73 86 87 170 Porter Robert57 79 170 Potts Pal 122 Powers David 159 Powers Gary 1.19 Powers Jayne 57 61 1-19 Powers Jeanne 61 176 Pratt Sharon 79 170 Preclado Angela 139 Prestldge Belva Price Cyndy 68 82 139 Pringle Parn139 Plomey Christy 69 78, 139 Pugh Betty 83 139 Pugh Jear11ne74 79 82 91 97 149 Pullen Kelth 43 44 94 159 Ouellar,Lisa101.139 OUILL AND SCROLL Quintana, Danrel 54, 149 Outntana Pilar 54. 159 Raeta, Faye 70 159 Rains Carrie 159 Ramsey Mtke170 Randel Peggy 73 75 78.86 170 Rankin Robert 170 RalCllt1 500114555 139 Rathbun Mlke 74 76 96 159 Ratzkl Paula 27 52 82 98 170 Ray J0e17 73 74,90 91,170182 Rayburn Chrts69. 136 139 Rayburn Julie 80,82 90.91.170 RECTOR S BOOK SHOP 179 Reddtck Mlke 139 Reddy Mlke149 Reddy Nancy 73 170 Reece. Don 89 91 159 Reed Jarr1t82 139 Reed Jan 83 149 Reed Ricky 159 Rettner Ann 48 59 149 Rettner De 76 170 Relfner Vince 139 Reich 1.011139 Retchan Susan 139 Reutlrnger Kathy 139 Reynolds Carlos 78 86 96 139 Reynolds Robert 73 86 94 170 Reynolds Sharla 75 78 159 Rrchards Vtck188 Rlchardsort Krrk 46 47 170 Richardson Louis 159 Rrchburg Daryrs 88 159 Richburg Rtggle 97 Richmond Daphene 80 85 94 149 Rtdoell Dean 74 149 Rrodell Palge 80 82 139 Rtton Kathleen 73 92 108 170 Rlggs Roger 170 Riley Gina 139 Rang Gene 129 Rlsner Danny 159 Rivers Lawana 70 94 170 Roarlr Melvrn 139 Roberson Angela 71 139 Roberson Bryan 159 Roberson Jacqueline 71 149 Roberts Ennoue 190 Roberts Jlll149 ROBERT S SHOES INC 187 Salyer Cindy 73 76 83 171 Samuels Bt11y43 160 Samuels John 50 Sanders Sanders Brenda 149 Greg43 58 102 160 Sanders Jesse 92 Sanders Marty 43 58 160 Sanders Penny 139 Sanderson Pat 128 Santoro Comelta 19 73, 76,85 97 Santos, Annette 107 171 Marta 107 Sarrge Tooy92 171 Saunders Mark9 93 103 139 Saunkean David 79. 149 Savage Mark 43 Scales Christine 139 Schalekamp Monrgue 82, 149 Sched Doug 88 89. 139 Schert Tony 46. 89 139 Schreck Tuna 139 Schmidt JuI1e149 SChrntd1 Mark 171 Schmidt, Scott 160 Schoech Jon 69. 149 Schoech, Marttn 69. 160 SCHOOL BOARD 122 Schooler. Marte 68, 69. 73. 79, 171 Schrameck. Thomas 69, 139 Schroeder Alan 58 Schunerrreyer Sandra 171 Schumacher. Donna B2 129, 139 Schumacher. John 160 SCHWAB AUTO SALES 180 Schwarz. Ratt 149 SClENCE104-105 Scott, Anthony 17. 128 Scott. Barry 149 Scott. Gerald 85. 171 Scott. Sharon 68. 139 Scroggtn,PhyI1ts 73. 97. 171 Seals. Brenda 139 Seals. Cassandra 171 Seals, Raymond 160 SECRETARIES 129 Setbert, Charlotte 83 149 SENIORS 162-173 Seward, Ltllte 128 Seward Walter 139 Shaw Tam169 149 Shelton, Greg 139 Shelton Shirley 129 Shelton. Mark 58, 149 Sherar, Shelley 149 Shertleld Carla 171 Sherlteld Karen 160 SHIELD STAFF 91 Shirley Marilyn 70 171 Shirley Marsha 139 Shlrley Mary 129 Shirley, Patrick 149 Shrrley Stephen 139 Short Mitch 43. 62 65.171 Shrum Kim 139 Shumway, Krm 160 Sldwerl Johnny 149 Strrtmons Thomas 10 170 Simon Carrie 86,101 149 Simpson Dwtght116 140 Simpson Teresa 75. 79 80 82 149 Sums Cheryl 140 TOP BRASS in the office Dr June Pearson Tony 148 Pemberton Sherri 170 Pennington Je1189 109 170 Pennon Patrlce 70 170 Pennon Sheila 88 Perctval Er1c62 63 Pererda James 73 9? 159 Perkins Renee 138 Perrine John 138 Perry Earl 147 148 Perry Edna 92 170 Perry Jerome 148 Perry Krttye 66 68 69 159 Perry Oltvta 78 138 PERSON TO PERSON FINANCEIENTER17 Petty Cnrisltne9 93 138 Plenntng Bonita 68 82 149 Plenntng Rick 43 159 Ptlulger Dortha 129 Pham Anh 73 170 Phillips Clf1dy1f0 Phillips Darrell 138 PHIPPS APPUANCE177 Roberts Von 149 Robertson Robinson Robinson Robrnson Robinson Robinson Robinson Roornson Rodriguez Steve 80 170 Angela 80 Brlan 1 1 1 Jrmmre 88 149 Katherine 97 125 Kenneth 139 Marian 59 80 85 149 Waynetta 83 88 139 Jose 170 Rogers Bret 170 Rogers Bnogette 80 83 139 Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers Rohrer Roller Roller Rooks Rooks Roosa Rohrer Scott 68 170 L M Cynthia 1 70 Frances 70 159 Kerry 79 Scott 149 John 50 74114159 Isa 80 102 159 ack 45 139 Cha1t39 John B9 170 James 159 Dawkins, principal, and Ms, mar- gueritte Cassady, his secretary, confer daily about school routine. Prccolo 1 59 81.313213 -16 58 74 79 87 90 91 178 Ptccolo Don 50 59 128 Ptccolo Leslie 80 97 138 Ptckens Dave 138 P1CklE Pickle Pierce Pierce Pierce Randy 159 Steve 62 65 70 David 138 Harltn 43 44 58 La1uana92 159 Prelte Cam1lle 82 149 Pitcher Ptlcher ESterIene138 Randy 83 149 Roosa Mrke 149 Rosarro Babr 149 Ross Darryl 139 Ross Francrs 84 Ross Gerald 80 94 159 Ross Sandy 70 108 160 184 Rothner Lon 170 Rotztnger Waoad 128 ROUND TABLE ROYALTY 38 39 ROUND TABLE STAFF 90 Rowe Brenda 160 Rowell Steve 171 Rowland Pam 160 Nesbrtt Mary 54, 82. 137 New Tim 213,169 Newberry, Caryn 83 148 Newberry Nanci 158 Newman. Diane 79, 83, 87 169.184 Newman Larry 57. 74 158 Newton Michael 137 Neylano. Harla 158 NFL 91 Nicholson Joe 158 Nicholson Rttucha 88 94 137 Nicklas Carolyn 79 82 166.169 194 ' Index Prrrero Pamela 68 83 138 Prnkerlort Shelby 61 159 Ptrtle Lloyd 170 P111 Mlke 128 Pitts Davtd 73 74 79 98 170 Ptzzttola lee 112 170 Ptatl John 89 128 Pleasant Maru 79 89 Pledger Rene 170 Plurnotree Jana 75 79 62 149 Poag Kenneth 170 POe. Audrey 92 170 Rucker Rucker Ceola 160 Veola 149 Rupp Kathy ro Russell Russell Russell Russell RuSS9ll Russell Russell Ruth M Arthur 160 Kristr 149 Lisa 139 Patrrck 68 86 139 Terry 22 78 83 149 V1ckt 128 Vernon 104 171 rtdred 149 Ruth Wendy 160 Tadlock Shelia 150 .. K 5 ""' +4 T 1 ,-4, Skala Keith 92 171 Slaughter Connre 149 Slaughter Joel31 62 65 171 Slavick Melissa 75 79 82 97 150 Sleern Anthony 74 77 160 Slutzky Mark 140 Srnedlund JuI1e150 Smelser Carroll 128 Srmley Gerald 50 94 Smiley Paula 160 Smiley Sylvia 85 94 150 Srnirh Smith Smith Smith Smlth Sm1th Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smlth Smrrh Smith Smrth Sm1th Smith Smith Smith Smith Andre9 43 88 160 Andrea 88 Angela 70 171 56111 160 Bnan 46 Carol 78 140 Chavez 50 Edward 140 Gerald 140 Gloria 128 Greg 150 Heldr 160 Kev1n44 45 55117 128 Larena 172 Nona 70 160 Pat 89 Sharon 172 Tom 122 Tor11B0 83 90 94 150 Tw1la 75 90118160187 vrcky 140 Smoot Bryan96 160 Snead Mrchelle 69 150 Snodgress Mike 106 160 Snyder DeDo1e82 150 Snyder Jeanne 160 Snyder Vicki 128 SOCIAL STUDIES 102-103 SOFTBALL 57 Sokatch Barbara 73 74 76 79 80 81 83 1 72 177 Sokatch Karen 79 B3 90 94 140 S0112 Max1ne140 Solloway Sheree 150 SOPHOMORES AN END-OF-SCHOOL outing at Turner Falls finds senior Greg Geurin enjoying his first swim ot the year. Y' .-"rm" H ,.1 one 4 -A qw, -ft' 1 r . . .- ll - .1-1 Q "' ' f' 5 . . . V' 9111.1 -'M N -'vqifggg Q fe-aw'-fe .,,, , 4 y ,Wa an -gygsi :L2b 'fi i t f sl 5: 42 .A . 9? - Sorey. Pamela 20. 172 SOUTHWEST CONSTRUCTION NEWS SERVICE 1 78 Spaeth,Debb1e 67, 76. 80. 81. 83, 160, 176. 187 SPAETI-LINC 187 Spaeth. James N 187 SPANISH CLUB 79 Sparks. Ronnie 73, 172 Spence Craig 150 Spence Scon45,14O Sperling, Angie 109, 150 Spenlng. Deborah 92 Sprvey Brandt 76 78 118. 140 SPORTS 40-65 Spotwood, Barbara 92 SPRINGDALE BEAUTY 183 Springer. Felicity 83, 140 SOUIRE SHOP 176 Staats Ricky 58. 160 STAGECRAFT115 STAGE CREW 76 Slagner Roger 160 Staha Tony 150 Slamper JOnn140 Stantord Belinda 172 Stantord Betty 140 Stanhope Billy 54. 68. 73. 140 Starks,A11c1a 57 59, 82 140 Stan Armand 122 St D1z1er Rodney 128. 199 Steele Carol 160 Steele Charmaine 86, 150 Steen John 172 Steen Margaret 83 140 Steenerson Chns 69 172 Stell Greg 76 140 Stevens. Sharon 140 Stevens Teresa 140 Stevenson Debra 172 Stevenson Karen 92 160 Stevenson Larry 7 50 62 64 65 94 172 Stevenson Sandy 160 Stewart Don 46,60 62 65 150 Stewart Doug 73 74 79 86 98 172 Stewart Lisa 150 Stewart Slarlyth 74 Stlner MI1lOn96 150 Stone Betty 129 Stone Saora 82 140 Stoolz John 150 Sloops Brenda 82 150 188 Sloops Ken 188 Stoops Mary 71 172 Stoops paula 160 Story Mike 140 Story Sandy 89 97 160 Stout James 44 SITBUDE Mark 172 Street Jerry 43 Streeter Jacqueline 70 85 Streeter Pat 94 STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 84 85 STUDENT COUNCIL 68 69 84 85 94 suurk Ma1y172 Summers Charles 150 Sumral Darryt43 160 Sullle Barbara Sutton Fel1c1a94 140 Sutton Ylanda 140 Svvattord Cher178 140 Swantkoski Gloria 160 Swler David 76 172 Swrer Scott 150 Svvrer Steven 140 SWIMMING 54 Sw1tzer Tammre 86 140 Tall Bill 92 160 Tatt Venus 70 Tallant Ken 155 Ta11On Linda Tannehrll Sandy 75 150 Tanner Marduente TAPE CITY 176 Taplrn Steve 76 140 Traylor Jason 58 Treat. Tracey 79,172 Trout Cheryl 89, 151 Trout Terr1e90 94 140 Truelove Mike 46 Tu Ann 151 Tucker Alvin 151 Tudor Leonard 161 Tuggle Ralph 161 Turner Patrrcra 172 Turprn. Catherine 140 Skala- Zimmerman Twyman. Tyldsley Terri 70, 151 Janet 140 lJbr1ch,Retha 89 151 UNION BANK 177 Valadez, Craig 54, 77. 78, 97, 140 Van Laanen Erin 73.76.172 Van Laanen. Kerry 140 vanover Chlp14O vanover, Lynn 83.161 Vanover W1ll1an-1 172 Vavera, Laura 70. 71 172 VICA 70 71 Vickers Deirdre 71 88. 97 151 virginia Dairy Queen 189 Wade Selma 128 wakeiy Walker Walker Walker Walker Carolyn 125 Anthony 84 128 Antonio 50 85 Calvin 161 Diana 69 78 140 Walker Frankie-140 Walker Mark 141 Walker Susan 172 Walraven DebD1e82 97 151 vvaise Tony 141 Walzer Tony 141 Wamhle Eunrce 70 89 172 Wano Gary 141 Ward Jackie 7 59 80 81 90 94 116 161 177 Ward S nelly 151 Ware James 96 Ware V1rg1l96 161 Warner Richard 69 76 151 Washington James 92 Waters Randy 151 Watson Debbie 83 141 Watson Jackie 48 49 73 85 92 172 Watson Jett 73 74 90 91 98 172 186 Watson Kent 161 Wa1SOn M1ke161 Watters Wendy 130 141 Waugh James 151 FRESI-IMAN L. T. Ross grabs a short nap in a quiet corner of his classroom. Wllson. Kelly 161 W1lson.M1ke 69 79,104 151 Wilson, Nona 173 Wilson Sandy 73 173 Wilson. Terry 92 173 Wilson Tim 141 Wilson. Tony 141 Winans. Nancy 69 83,90 173 Wlndh Windh am Michael 58 B0 am Rlcky 58 Wintree Deanna 161 Wayman Dale 79 86 151 Weaver Je1'1ery89 151 Webber Samuel 50 172 Webster Juli 79 80 B3 151 Weeks Palr1cla151 Weeks Paul 45 55 141 Welbel David 69 151 Welch Keith 69 141 Wentz Steve56 57 76 90 91 97 161 176 Werneke M1cheIA1'1n68 78 82 141 - Werneke Ronald 78 151 West Sandy 83 141 187 Wey Alyson 80 141 186 Wey Annarnar1e14 82 161 Whattey Homellette 172 Wheeler Don 46 74 151 Wrngate, Barbara 141 Wlnslett. Charles 58 Wrtherell Susan 69 79. 151 Vlhttrock, Brenda 76. 82. 90, 161 Wolt,T1na 77.151 Wolte, Brad 16, 173 Wolle. Mark 40. 60, 151 WOl1I8y,GIQI83, 161 Wollley, Rosa 73,811,151 Wood. Joe92, 173 Wood. Lois 129 Wood, Sandra 7992.141 Wood, Wood. Wood, Sherri 161 Terry 92, 173 Tlna 173 Woods. Donna 173 Woods, Jessica 34 Tappan Vrckie Tate Mark 55 150 Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Bobbi 150 Carla 35 74 79 83 160 ka1y 54 140 Kenneth Lucinda 150 Merelee 70 Tony 76 160 Tressa 89 160 Willram Temple Mark 80 160 Ten1son Lakesta 84 94 160 TENNIS 60 61 Terronez Zella14O S, Tesney Steven 77 79 89. 97 151,196 THESPIANS 76 THOMAS LAY REALTORS 188 Thomas Bayrnond92. 113 172 Thomas Terry 160 Thomoson Charles 140 Thompson Christina 172 Thompson, Jane 70,172 Thompson. Lavane 78. 79, 172 Thompson. LeAnn 74, 79, BO, 83. 151 Thompson, Patty 107, 110, 172 Thornburg. Steven 73, 97, 140 Thornton Tommy 172 T1ger.Dav1o 151 Toahty, Larry 43. 55. 151 To Huy 45, 140 Todd. Shelley 82, 140, 189 Tolbert. Debra 151 Toml1nson,J1m 8. 124 Tomlinson. Lexye 8 Totty. Marilyn 73. 83. 172 Townsend, Glenda 73. 80, 83, 160 TRACK 58,59 TRAVIS CUE CENTER 182 Traylor. Dewayne 69 Traylor. Gary 69. 151 Whelan Dirk 161 White White White White White Whlte While Whrte Evelyn 151 Feora 70 K1m9 73 74 76 84 90 161 Lynden 141 M1CheIIe82 151 Mel 92 Nancy 161 shrrley 161 Whittaker Glen 141 Wiggs Wess 161 Wrley Stephan1e15t Wrl nite W1lket1 Wllle 131113161 DeAnn 70 151 GET 43 74 161 Y Y Wtllhtle SIOrl'1'ly 141 Willson W1IIlamS Williams Williams Williams 189 Willlams Wrlllarns Williams W1lI1arT1S W1II1arT1S Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Mike 86 104 151 Carey 141 Charles151 Freddye 122 JOhn5 27 34 74 79172181 Lorenzo 44 45 102 141 Mar1lyn 151 Merrrll 172 Nancy 151 Paul 172 RandeI115 172 Randy 92 Sherry 79 173 ,Steve213 73 77173 Tina 173 Williamson Linda 128 Willingham Helen 128 Willis Josh 181 Willis Orrin 50 Wlllls Ronnie 43 92 Wills Dana 161 WILSEY-BENNETT OF OKLAHOMA INC 185 W1Ison.Dav1d 45 141 Wilson Jerr1et41 Woods, Syrillla 88, 173 Woody, Debra 173 WRESTLING 55 Wright. Charles 80. 151 Wylie, Julie 48, 57, 141 Yahola, Judy 129 Yates.V1ccl 173 Yeagley. Susan 72, 75, 151 YeIIOwt'1a1r,CI'1er1 72, 86, 141 York. Allen 161 York, Danny 92, 173 York, Steve 189 yosl, Vicky 151 Young. Ernest 151 Young, Marsha 173 Young, Nettle 129 Zacarias, Angles 190 Zacarras, Angelita 190 Zacanas,Bel1nda 92. 134. 141 Zacanas, Mansela 151. 190 Zacar1as,Manha 87, 183 Zearley, Randy 141 Zeldenthuis. Jo Anne 141 Zeldenthuis, Rene 173 Z1egelgruber.B1II 77, 78.91, 173 Zimmerman, Darrel 161 Index ' 195 rail i v 4 Y ,, its-fi .WV ,J J Y-" 1 1 . ,-Q , A f X. , f K4 . FIVE-STAR AWARD for the '77 Round Tableis presented Dr.,June Dawkins, principal, by its editor, Karen Cochran. Northwest's yearbook was one of five in the nation to be selected by the National Scholastic Press Association for this award. MAKE-UP for veteran actor, Steven Tesney, is carefully applied by Denise Lovely before a Thespian production. Steven's credits include Lyric and Oklahoma Theater Center perform- ances, where he has appeared in major roles. CUTFING across the patio between classes doesn't seem like such a good idea when stu- dents struggle against wind, snow and ice. 196 ' Closing Times To Forget. . . 'NM tb Q! Learning to face disap- pointment can be the big measure of our maturity. Unrequited love, a losing football season, making up school time tor "snow days," tlunking exams, dis- agreements vvith parents, teachers or friends are all things vve'd rather forget. These reminders ot the slice ot lite, not always pleasant, that this year rep- resents, make us restless. They cause us to want to make room tor more dreams. Dreams of moving on to something bigger. Closing 197 sd-ff EL. . i 1 gp A g, ,S ,..xx, X X 'mn fs K i r SNK wx 1 Closing - 199 Staff ROUND TABLE STAFF: Editorein-Chief, Siobhan Moroney1 Assistant Editor, Dana Henderson: Layout Design, Siobhan Moroneyg Photography Editor, Steve Gooch: Photographers. 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