Stephenville High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Stephenville, TX)
- Class of 1968
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The JACKET Staff Invites You to Recall
A PRODUCTIVE YEAR AT SHS
Viewing Highlights in Words and Pictures
Spirit Couple, 1968
Mary Jo Chandler
with The JACKET
and CLASSES .......
and COMMUNITY ....
veg 3 Summer Achvlhes Foretell
Vacation time finds ambitious SHS'ers attending classes,
workshops and institutes. Four yearbook staffers attend
Brevard Workshop and visit Delmar, our JACKET
publisher, to increase their journalistic knowledge while
Bruce and Mike delve into KU and UT summer science
programs. Back in Stephenville, seventy early risers
earn one-half credit in English or Civics, while fifteen
eager beavers gain a full credit in the newly-created
geometry class. Climaxing summer work and fun,
Seniors, to avoid the October rush, heed the August
"Come as you are" invitation for annual pictures.
Off To ca Good Start
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Varsity Honors Eight,
Four in Quee-n's Court
Proclaiming that the Jacket Varsity has chosen two
girls from each class, John announces Tula, Barbara,
Sherry, Connie, Debbie, Kathy, Molly, and Sara as
Queen nominees. A Week later he reveals that the Var-
sity vote has named Barbara, Sherry, Tula, and Molly
to the Queenls Court. Then, preceding the Azle game
Ronnie crowns Molly, the '67 Football Queen.
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Spirit Breoks Loose
Triggering a busy week of Homecoming activities, a
real live "Shoot-Outi' offers free period excitement.
Wednesday, Dress-Up Day emphasizes a striking con-
trast to regular school dress, when boys submit to
wearing suits and ties and girls display the latest fall
fashions and stacked heels. Then Clash Day, new to
SHS, presents some strange combinations in both stu-
dent and teacher attire. Quiet Day fwhen of all things
annual club pictures are being madej precedes PEP
RALLY, the last for many SHS Seniors. Climaxing
the week's activities, the Jackets suffer defeat at the
hands of the Mineral Wells Rams, Sara receives the
Queen's crown, and dancers respond to the music of
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Of the fourteen SHS Senior girls who enter the first
JUNIOR MISS CONTEST, Karen Keeney is second
runner-up, Janie Harwell, runner-up and Sharon Stewart,
Junior Miss. Sharon represents Stephenville in the State
Junior Miss Contest in New Braunfels.
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HIGHLIGHTS . . .
Sei SHS Scene for
Santa Barry's Arrival
This Atomic World
Peek Inside The Atom
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Mid-Term Finols . .
Snow, Icy Roods
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Enferfains Capacity Crowd
Mysterious Mo rticms
Nosy Reporter Honk
Reveol SHS Fovorites
Area seniors attend the TCU Career Day where they hear
Congressman Jim Wright speak on the value of education.
SHS'ers chat with Mr. Wright and attend lectures. At home,
underclassmen sample career ideas from visiting consultants.
SHS holds Open House'to Welcome parents and friends and
to acquaint them with both academic and extra-curricular
VOE state delegates are Gwen Sharp,
Vivian Lee, Mary Leatherwood, Carolyn
Davis, and Kay Massingill. Vivian and
Gwen enter scrapbooks in Chapter of the
Year and Activities Manual contests
placing second and sixth.
QV historian, Karen Ware, accepts the first
place plaque for SHS at the TALA con-
vention in McAllen.
HIGHLIGHTS . . .
SHS enters twelve students in district UIL literary competition.
Those participating are Martha Adams, Norma Ferguson, Ross
Wolfe, Beth Black, Sue Cranford, Jerry Rankin, Stanley
Carpenter, Steve Meers, Mike Cedars, and Barbara Williams.
SHS scores a record 132 points and is second in the meet.
Ross, Beth, Sue, Stanley, Mike, and Barbara also compete at
regional where Mike is first in his division. He then goes to
Austin and places fifth in the State Number Sense Contest.
Coach Gus's cinderfellas win four trophies for SHS.
Joyce Dove, Mike Cranford, Suzan Smith, and John Pigott are SHS's first delegates to a It's All in a day's work for student
I NHS state convention. They find Pemberton High School very interesting! teacher Ralph Ammons.
5 May, 1968, marks the end of a forty-two
year teaching career in Stephenville Schools
for Miss Gayle Russell. Her dedication and
I devotion to duty has turned out thousands
at , ,Eid
of students well versed in history and gov-
ernment. Some of the highlights of her
tenure at SHS have been organizing Stephen-
Ville7S CTA and acting as its first president,
co-sponsoring the Student Participation
Committee Cnow known as Student Councilj
for fourteen years, and reviving the high
school annual by sponsoring the SPC publi-
cation of the first "Yellow Jacket" in 1937.
In a farewell note to the faculty Miss Russell
says, 'gl leave my heart in Stephenville High
Bees Sting West Orange
AAA State Champs
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Politics, Dogpotch Style
Come to SHS
Students Elect V-P
SBP Run-off Required
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SHS Solutes Seventeen Senior Scholars
Steven Wayne Meers
Marcia Sue Cranford
Delbert Stanley Carpenter
Jerry Jack Rankin
Peggy Joyce Daniel
Johanna Sue Green
Beth Ann Black
Mary Ann Leatherwood
Roger Bruce McNel1ie
Sharon Darlene Stewart
Ada Joyce Dove
Judith Carol Houston
Mary Jo Chandler
Marion Jane Pack
Herbert Leslie Phillips
Vivian LaRue Lee
Peggy Alexander Smith
ACADEMICS . . .
A Vitol Component in the Search
CLASSES . . .
A Composite of Eoger Minds,
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for Knowledge, Fostering Ideos, Ambitions
Seorching, Building Losting Friendships
In various ways Stephenville Highls faculty cre-
ates lasting impressions on each student. They
make an effort to understand problems by
conferencesg they sponsor organizations and di-
rect class projects. They attend sports events,
sweating out grueling games with true school
spirit. They chaperone dances and sometimes
take a whirl around the floor themselves. They
continuously strive to maintain close teacher-
student relations. Through his studies, new
worlds are opened for a Stephenville High Jacket.
He can see life in a drop of water, or explore
mysteries of an Hunknownv number. He learns to
support his arguments with facts and sometimes
stays up late at night with complex chemistry
problems or sentence diagrams. Through aca-
demic channels a student can develop closer
relations with faculty members. New ideas lead
to discoveries and interestsg he is able to plot his
future from his SHS background.
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Dr. Jim B. Whitacre
Dr. Nath an Cedars
M. C. Brandon, Jr.
Feed Store Operator
R. C. Ammons
R. E. Martin, Jr.
Auto Supply Dealer
Mobil Oil Consignee
Twenty units are necessary for graduation.
The prescribed course requirements are:
4 Units in English
1 Unit in Algebra
l Unit in Plane Geometry or Geometry
2 Units in Science
I Unit in World History
1 Unit in American History
1 Unit in Government
1Vz Units in Physical Education
V2 Unit in Health
7 Units as electives fMajor Sports, Band, Stingerettes,
Chorus, Art, Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping,
Spanish, Latin, Homemaking, Vocational Agriculture,
Vocational Office Education, Distributive Education,
Industrial Co-operative Training, Co-operative
Agriculture Occupation, Biology II, Physics, Algebra
II, Trigonometry, Analysis, Economics, Texas
History, and Driver Educationj
As superintendent of Stephenville Public Schools, Mr. J.C.
Helm, Jr. devotes many hours each day to improving the
overall school program, supervising personnel, and budgeting
funds for needed facilities. He does, however, find time to
speak a few "words of wisdom" to National Honor Society
inductees. He also joins forces with Mr. Hilmar Crane and Mr.
Joel Graham at a kick-off breakfast for the United Fund Drive.
Mr. Helm's integrity, dependability, and co-operation form a
strong link between school and community.
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SCHOOL TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR
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The JACKET photographer finds Mrs. Mae Crane busy
with routine office tasks.
Mrs. Mae Crane
Mr. He1m's "Three Little
Angels" welcome visitors.
Girls interested in a secretarial
career hear tips from the
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Workers in Background Keep Schools
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Responsible for Stephenville bus maintenance and trans-
porting students to and from school, Mr. Bob Haggard
arranges for substitute drivers when needed and provides buses
for special SHS trips.
Mr. Jimmie Evatt cares for the old building, mows the grass,
and rings the bells for regular classes and short periods on
Menus . . . menus . . . menus . . . Mrs. Lois Thomas, lunch-
room dietitian and supervisor, plans one hundred seventy-five
SHS bus drivers come in all shapes, forms, and fashions, and
even though the routes are sometimes muddy, these kind
gentlemen do their best to see that students get to school on
Safe, Clean, Pleasant, and Comfortable
Blue shirt, gray pants, red handkerchief . . . clues to the
identity of Mr. Litterbug . . . Who could it be? Mr. Logan, of
course! Besides keeping our campus clean and attractive, heis
The cafeteria primes for student onslaught.
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Carrying a key to just about anything, Mr. Litterbug's helper,
alias Mrs. Maxie Logan, puts "all trash before the broom."
Lunchroom staff assistant, Mr. Ernest Cork, lends a helping
hand in the maintenance and smooth operation of the school
Teachers get hungry too . . . believe it or not. These are
regulars in the high school lunchroom.
SHS Prestige .
School prestige rests not only on size and academic
achievement, but on individuals as well. Yet, it takes
more than extraordinary teachers and students to
build a reputation. Stephenville High's success is due
largely to the professional skill of its administrators.
As principal, Mr. George B. Gilbert acts as adminis-
trative foreman for a curriculum, constantly changing
to meet the needs of students. Thirty-hour days
would just about give him enough time to attend to
his many duties. In his fourth year as principal, Mr.
Gilbert continues to cope with attendance problems,
pacify teachers, visit with parents, and attend extra-
curricular activities. In everything he does, Mr.
Gilbertis enthusiasm makes his Jacket spirit con-
Mr. George Benson Gilbert
Absenteeism, Parking Problems, Testing
"Keep Kounselor Kitchens Kooking"
One of the many hobbies Mr. Kitchens enjoys iS making
peanut brittle. Here he takes time out from his busy
schedule to demonstrate the fine points of this culinary
art for Mrs. Davis's homemaking class.
Offering congratulations, Mr. Kitchens presents Stanley
Carpenter his National Merit Award in a regular Wednes-
Office Personnel Helps Solve
Continuol Student Perplexilies
With a contagious smile Jerry Stem, the efficient school mail boy, begins his da.ily round in
Mr. Gilbert's office.
OFFICE ASSISTANTS are CStandingJ Tula Lewallen, Alta Keeney, Jean Douglas, Marcia Gordon, Joyce Dove, Mary Holder,
Peggy Roberson, Barbara Manley, Nika McNeill, Kathy Hancock, Sue Cranford, Patsy Overman, Sandy Bills, fSeatedJ Yvonne
Moore, Janis Helm, and Qnot picturedl Ann Trammell.
Mrs. Cleo Ferguson
The Library . . .
An Inviting Storehouse
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Health Classes Stress
For a Better You
rs. Tina Mae Fu c er
h Johncour and Mrs. Leatherwood, SHS health teachers, use visual aids
e class work more meanin u .
Physical ancl Mental
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L Qi a cameo pen at their annual banquet.
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SHS English teachers, check library reading lists for the newest
books acceptable for required reading reports.
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Golden, English teacher and annual adviser, mails
two sixteen-page signatures and brings work on the 1968
JACKET closer to an end.
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Oglesby who, having no homeroom, conducts
classes in five different places.
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Faculty members are just as enthused at pep rallies as
students are . . . well, most of the time,
Mrs. Isbell smiles after hearing the senior bequest of half
the class to her.
Mrs. Shannon again honors Sophomores with a Christ-
mas teag guest speakers are Mr. Arch Evans, Rev. Leslie
Green, and Mrs. C. O. McMillan-
Finding the circumference of a circle with an area of 128
square centimeters is another of those s'fun', problems for Mrs.
Pain, Mr. Crabtree, Mr. Pilcher, and Coach Henderson, At right
Mr. Crabtree coaches Mike Cedars, SHS,s number one Number
Even teachers find time for conversation before the daily
TSC's cool Student Center is the site for August In-Service
Training Workshop for SHS teachers.
Mathematics . . .
A Mental Challenge
Science . . .
The Building Block
SHS science teachers, Coach Taylor, Mr. Meixner, Mr. Williams,
Coach Keeney, Coach Johncour, and Mr. Crabtree, find cell
division and reproduction models fascinating.
Reference books are an importa.nt source of information for Coach
Hernandez, Miss Williams, Miss Russell, Coach Norwood, a.nd Mrs. Leather-
wood, SHS history teachers.
History . . .
Seniors find Coach Hernandez quite a card at Black
In addition to her already copy-righted Histingo
game, Miss Williams adds a book, "We hold these
truths . . .,', to her credit.
"From LBJ? Then it can't be for me!" exclaims Miss Russell as Mr. Stephens presents a gift from the faculty.
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Shipp, Chat about the latest typing techniques.
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In addition to aiding bookkeeping students with practice
set calculations, Mrs. Deavenport teaches shorthand and
serves as director for the District UIL Shorthand corn-
Students Fasten Safety Belts and
Take the Wheel for Driver's Ed.
Mr. Harwell, Mr. Morton, and Mrs. Leatherwood get together
to plan musical and artistic effects for the Chorus asse
Artists Display Proiectsg
Perform for Programs
In a regular Wednesday assembly, Mrs. Davis
presents Joyce Dove as the Betty Crocker
Homemaker of Tomorrow.
Mrs. Faye Greenway and Mrs. Rosellcn Davis, SHS homemaking teachers
are always "cooking up" new surprises for their classes.
Mrs. Greenway assists FHA girls in selling
home-game football programs.
Mr. Bill Hailey, Mr. Rex Stephens
Direct SHS Vocational Ag Program
f ' ' Mr. Bill Hailey is not only an Ag teacher but also a
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Members of the Co-Operative Training faculty are Mr, Willie Stephens
for I C T, Mr. Rex Stephens for C0-Op Ag, Mrs. Evelyn Henderson for
V O E, and Mr. John Hefton for D E.
Mr. Stephens, along with other school personnel, prepares bond
election statistics to be mailed to all Stephenville taxpayers.
SECRETARY PRESIDENT TREASURER
Judy Huckabee Mary Jo Chandler Nancy McCarrol1
SERGEANT S-AT-ARMS REPORTER
Kenny Stafford Mike Henry Guyron Moring
Beth Ann Black
What Marks ci Stephenville High Senior?
His Pride and His Ring'
Row 1 Row 2
Linda Cannon Mary Jo Chandler
Jerry Carpenter Jimmy Chew
Stanley Carpenter Gary Chick
Pam Cavitt Suzanne Cook
Seniors Soy . .
On the rail at last! Fm a SENIOR! A seat'
Row 1 Row 2
Karen Dunn Sonny Goodman
Gary Fulks Phyllis Graves
Donnel Gaines Johanna Green
Janeth Giesecke Ronnie Hampton
Concession SS Want a b1te" Censored' "
Senior Super Solesmen Sell
Magazines to Finance HemisFair Visit
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Gary Lane Garry Lightfoot Teresa McCollum
Cynthia Leatherman Larry Lightfoot Bruce McNe1lie
Mary Ann Leatherwood Debi Lucas Rita Mayo
Vivian Lee Nancy McCarro11 Kay Massingill
Seniors' Lost Homecoming Shrs Emohons
Row 1 Row 2
Steve Meers Guyron Moring
Jay Mills Bruce Morton
i Determination, Sadness, and Anticipation
Ronnie expresses Jacket determi- Sadness mingles with Homecoming Spirit as
nation to get a Ram. Seniors sing "To the Blue, To the Goldf'
J ay Pittman
Homecoming pep rally is over. ..
Bill seems temporarily lost in a
world of his own.
Who has the big head?
Surely not the Seniors!
Seniors Reach The
Pam Reynolds Reggie Ridgeway
Row 1 Row 2
Jo Lynn Robertson Sharon Shiflett
Barbara Schrimsher Peggy Smith
Gwen Sharp Mark Snyder
Billy Sherrard Kenny Stafford
End of The Beginning
Sharon Stewart Penny Thompson
Straight and tall, Senior boys, too,
measure for those caps and gowns!
Row 1 Row 2
Bill Trammell Lindy Walker
Sandra Tubbs Randy Whitman
Mike Turley Molly Wofford
Azalea Walker Judy Wyly
ALL SCHOOL RUNNERS-UP
Jo Lynn Robertson
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Nellwyn Garner Mike Cranford David Daniell
David Gray Jerry Stem Barbara Shipp
Jeanette Alsup Debbie Ballow Paul Baxter
David Boswell Bruce Buchanan Shelton Burkhart
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Judy Carruth Larry Cashon Mike Cedars
Diane Chambers Deniese Chandler Wesley Clark
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Thomas Cole Jo Nell Cooke Ann Couch Mike Cranford Charles Crank
uniors, Active in Many SHS Affairs,
David Daniell Linda Daniels Sandra Decker Linda Dickerson Debby Dixon
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ACTIVITIES . . .
A Widening Scope of Life, Touching
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Extra-curricular activities keep SHS buzzing year
'round People laughing and Working together
devote hours to concession sales, football games,
parades, convention trips, dances, and school
service. Sports are a major interest at SHS.
Strained muscles and weary steps plague athletes
as they go home at night after daily practice.
Coaches not only teach their athletes co-ordi-
nation and endurance but also instill in them
discipline, good judgment, and a sense of fair play.
ln stadium and gym, Jackets and Honeybees put
forth extra effort to bring honor to their teams
and to their school. Other organizations work to
improve the school through publications, music,
and boosting school spirit. Much of this work and
many of the people who do it remain unnoticed.
Yet, SHS depends on people to do these vitaljobs.
Meanwhile, clubs provide a gala social life for
members. These groups donate gifts each year, but
the best gift they offer is that of service.
FALL CONVENTION: "Mission Possible," suggested by Stephenville, is theme of Winters meeting where SHS also presents
workshop and accepts nomination for District President.
Student Council Sets Pclce for
A PRODUCTIVE YEAR AT SHS .
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS are fseatedj Reporter Carolyn Davis, President John Cunyus,
Corresponding Secretary Suzan Smith, Recording Secretary Mary Ann Leatherwood, Cstandingh
Mr. Hailey, Vice-President Jerry Jackson, Treasurer huce McNel1ie, and Mrs. Jackson.
The Student Council is proud ofits role in shaping a
productive year. The thirty-two members and
sponsors, Mrs. Jackson and Mr. Hailey, work with
administration and faculty to create, consider, and
carry out ideas - ideas born of the restless spirit of
change. Service . . . you see it across the Rec Room
counter, in the folding of the flag, in the wild colors
of litter barrels reminding you to pick up that paper
on the ground. Fun. . . you feel it in the music of
the Homecoming Dance in November, find it
contagious on "Sadie Hawkins Day,', and share it at
assemblies. Work . . . you see it done through
committees. This year the Council studies plans for
a school seal, new by-laws, and UIL recognition. In
a word, the Student Council is preparation for
FRESHMEN MEMBERS are fseatedl Randy Harding, Nat
Wofford, Lynn Ulmer, Brad Barron, fstandingj Kathy
Hunter, Jolynne Hopson, and Sharon Smith.
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Flag duty is only one of many responsibilities
accepted by the Council.
Good ol' Santa arrives with gifts for all at the Christmas assembly
Newly crowned Queen Sara MUSIC by the Continentals of Abilene Homecoming '67 . ,
Homecoming Spirit Just Won'f Quit
JUNIOR MEMBERS are fclockwise from
leftl Mike Cranford, Duke Everett,
Suzan Smith, Larry Cashon, Tula Lew-
allen, Kenny Henson, and Kay Littleton.
SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Copposite
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Joe Garcia, Deana Koonsman, Steve
Carter, Connie Porter, and Steve Deaver.
SENIOR MEMBERS are Cseatedj
Sharon Stewart, Carolyn Davis,
Mary Ann Leatherwood, Nancy
McCarroll, Kathy Boucher,
fstandingj Jerry Rankin, Phil
Phillips, John Cunyus, Mary Jo
Chandler, Jerry Jackson, and
Council Shows Pr'de in Accomplishment
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
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Regular Bancl Routine
Preparing to provide entertainment at assemblies,
concerts, and community functions, the Jacket Stage
Band begins regular practice meetings in early August.
When school bells ring, practice has to be set for an
earlier hour before the regular school day. Highlights of
the year are a two-day tour by school bus, slipping and
sliding on icy roads. to present on schedule concerts at
Eastland, Breckenridge, Cisco, and Comanche, and
contests. SHS Stage Band places first at the Tarleton
contest in January, second at Sam Houston State
Teachers College at Huntsville in early Febmaiy, and
second in the Brownwood contest in late February.
Janie and Roy receive All-Star Band
honors again at the Brownwood High
STAGE BAND MEMBERS are piano, Duncan
McMahang flute, Carol Harwell, saxophones,
Janie Harwell, Gary Whitman, Timmy
Thompson, Joan Miller, Ellen Skipper, David
Hancock, string bass, Jimmy Perry, trombones,
Charles Williams, James Boucher, David
Riggins, David Tomlinson, Roy Bills, Ray
Andrews, drums, Anthony Patterson, cornets,
Jeanette Alsup, Bruce McNellie, Mike Cedars,
Rickey Harding, Terry Burgess, Don King.
Janie, Timmy, Bruce, and Roy make the
Tarleton Festival All-Star Band.
Anthony makes All-Star Band at the
SHSTC Festival in Huntsville.
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fStandingj Cathy Brandon, Pat Andrews,
Carla Stacy. fSittingj Janie Harwell.
CStandingj Sharon Engler, Debby Martin,
Kathy Hancock, Brenda Hale, Gary
Whitman, Duncan McMahan, Kenneth
Purvis, Debra Robison, Vicki Hymer, Vickie
Vaughn, Margaret Carter, Rosanna Bolling,
Louis Pack. fSittingj Debbie Waldie, Vickie
Bills, Patty Puwis, Connie Hatch, Judy
Hughes, Hazel Reynolds, Debbie Ewers
Marilyn McAlister, Johnnye Engler.
fStandingJ Randy Harding, Karen Martin,
Beth Ann Black, Janeth Giesecke, Johanna
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Everett, Sharon Smith, Kay Littleton, Carol
Harwell, Martha Adams.
fStandingJ Kay Wood, Kermit Northcutt,
fKneelingj Gary McCleskey, Len Johnson.
fStandingj Bill Sherrard, Steve Kimball,
William Walker. CKneelingj Jimmy Perry,
Mike Boren, Bill Dunson.
CORNETS and TRUMPETS
fStandingj Azalea Walker, Rhonnie Smith,
Don King, Bruce McNellie, Jerry Smith,
Gary Bills, Mike Cedars. fSittingj Rickey
Harding, Jeanette Alsup, Terry Burgess,
Lana Hanson, Gary Smith.
fStandingJ Craig Dameron, David Riggins,
Charles Williams, James Boucher, Wesley
Jacks. CKneelingj David Tomlinson, Brad
Allen, Roy Bills, Laverl Stevens.
QStandingj Carolyn Jackson, Ellen Skipper,
Debra Pipes, Dwain Weems, Timmy Thomp-
son, Joan Miller, Debra Stracener. CSittingj
Murle Blasingame, Sheri Foster, Jimmy
Chew, Lynda Green, Wayne Baker, Jo Ann
Terry, David Hancock.
fStandingJ Mary Hicks, Carolyn Perry, Mike
Riggs, Anthony Patterson, David Huffman,
Sharon Luttrell. fKneelingJ Billy Chew,
Bond Steps High for First in Marching,
Mr. Jim Harwell
Mr. Mike Morton
First in Sight Recrding, Second in Concert
As August rolls 'round, music fills the air . . ,
Band Style... forecasting a big musical
boost at football games. Residents in the
high school area begin hearing free concerts
of shrill whistles, rhythmic drum cadences,
and snappy marches. Band members
concentrate their efforts out on the practice
field to perfect their drills and to prepare for
UIL marching contest where the Jacket
Band rates a first division. Soon after
marching contest, band members move
inside the band hall to begin preparing for
the concert season. At the UIL contests in
Brownwood on April 27, SHS earns a first
division in sightreading and a second division
in concert. Band activities for the year end
on a high note e measuring for uniforms and
presenting a ten-cent concert on May 14.
BAND COUNCIL: fRow IJ Mr. Jim Harwell. lcanettt Alsup Ray
Littleton, Joan Miller, Beth Ann Black, .laneth Giesccke lame Harwell
Carol Harwell, CRow 23 David Huffman, Mike Ri s Brucs. McNell1e
Rickey Harding, Anthony Patterson, Randy Hardin
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L'Come on now, just one more time. Weive got to get this dance
down before Friday nightlw It,s all in a dayls work for a
Stingerette. From yelling at the pep rallies to performing at
halftime, the Stingerettes are a part of the spirit of SHS.
Who but the only Senior, last-minute
Judi, arrives with a broken zipper!
Good Cheer Is
More Than Just
A Wish AT SHS . . .
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To The Blue, To The Gold
Hereis a toast to Stephenville High,
We her praises ever sing,
Stand and cheer her name once again,
Loudly may her echoes ring.
Fill a glass for happy times,
Sons and daughters ever true,
Always holding deep in loyal hearts
The Spirit of the Gold and Blue.
To the Blue - to the Gold -
To our school and its glorious history,
To our faith - to our zeal -
To the days we remember so joyfully.
To the Blue - to the Gold -
May we carry our banner to victory,
To our hopes - to our dreams -
To the world we shall make ours someday.
Hereas to all our glorious past,
Here's to our victories won -
Herels to orious future ears
For our fame hasjust begun.
Fill a glass for happy times,
Sons and daughters ever true,
Always holding deep in loyal hearts
The Spirit of the Gold and Blue.
Jacket coaching staff includes Head Coach Johnnie Henderson
Ccenter backj and assistants Barry Johncour, Don Barry, Sam
Taylor, Bill Keeney, and Gus Hernandez.
JACKET camera catches Wasp action.
Elected last spring as head football coach and athletic
director, Coach Johnnie Henderson, with the aid of
returning SHS Coaches Bill Keeney, Barry Johncour,
and Sam Taylor and two of his former assistant
coaches from Forney High School Don Barry and Gus
Hernandez, directs the sports and physical education
program. Coach Richard Norwood joins the coaching
staff in January to replace Coach Don Barry who
resigns to answer a call to the world of business. Mrs.
Leatherwood teaches Health for girls. Miss Smith
coaches Freshman Honeybees and teaches P.E. for
girls. Many boys participate in whatever sport is in
season, going first from football, to basketball and then
to one of the spring sports, track, golf, baseball or
tennis. Girls play basketball, volleyball or tennis.
Physical education classes for boys and for girls
continue throughout the year. To meet graduation
requirements, each student must take one semester of
Health and three semesters of P.E. Some elect more
credits in physical education or sports.
6 Cleburne 30
8 Weatherford 14
20 Brewer 8
24 Lake Worth 6
0 Clifton 52
28 Grapevine 6
8 Azle 7
36 Austin 0
JV Wins Finale SSS
0 Hico l2
0 Cleburne 48
O Weatherford 41
0 Brewer 21
6 Como 26
0 Diamond Hill 12
O Comanche 20
0 Azle 21
JUNIOR VARSITY: CROW ll Greg Fanning, Steve Riggs, David Boswell, Hank Watson,
14 Mineral Wells 6 Darrell Stone, Marvin Hale, Bruce Buchanan, Neal Ulmer, Clifford Saxon, Dale Wood,
John Hefton, Frank Cannon, CROW 23 Steve Deaver, Bill Spence, Mike Hancock, Lanny
Spikes, Larry Ogle, Mike Pack, Scotty Shuffield, Kevan Meehan, Ray Pack, Roger Kelly,
Delbert Wise, Gene Stewart, Mike Fitzgerald, and William Parker.
Wasps With Winning Ways . . . District Champs
WASPS: CRow lj Dennis Curtis, Pat Black, Terry Fedde,Larry McMahan, Brad Barron, Scott Evans, David Deaver, Bill Richards,
Rickey Hyde, David Garner, CROW 21 Mike Parr, Clayton Ratliff, Perry Hicks, Randall Carpenter, Lynn Ulmer, Nolan Lewallen,
Stanley Johnson, Ronald Becker, Steve Walker, Charles Cole, CRow 33 David Watkins, Randy Mills. Denver Cross, Keith Stripling,
David Gregory, John Buris, Tommy Brooks, Amos Marsh, and Jerry Shiflett.
Two Little Fishes Eorn Vorsity Spot
DWAIN BROCK MIKE WOOD JEFF BENNETT
155 lbs. 150 lbs. 157 lbs.
1 Letter l Letter 1 Letter
Freshman Back Freshman Back Sophomore Back
The Jackets move in . . .
Hon. Men. All-District
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EDDIE BROWN I
Danny grabs Stasey for a TD jig,
RONALD DERRICK RANDY PACK GARY STASEY
155 Lbs. 205 Lbs. 163 lbs.
1 Letter 1 Letter 1 Letter
Sophomore Back Sophomore Tackle Sophomore End
Hon. Men. All-District Hon. Men. All-Distrlct
Brown makes the stop.
Hon. Men. All-District
Whoa! Whoa, there!
Win Four of Their Lost Six Gomes
DAVID FRY ANTHONY GARCIA
205 lbs. 155 lbs.
1 Letter 1 Letter
Junior Tackle Junior Back
Hon. Men. All-District
Derrick finds going tough . . ,
Two .lockefs Eorn All-District Honors
Seven Receive Honorob e Mention
DAVID GRAY RANDY LAY
152 lbs. 165 lbs.
1 L 1 L
Ju r Guard Jumor End
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Everett heads for daylight,
1 Letter MIKE WALKER
Junior Guard 165 lbs.
As Seoson Progresses, Five JV Jockets
KENNY HENSON DONNIE JOINER
165 lbs. 165 lbs.
1 Letter 1 Letter
Junior End Junior Guard
6 Granbury 28
0 Duncanville 42
O Weatherford 41
12 Brewer 26
12 Lake Worth O
21 Diamond Hill 7
12 Grapevine 34
22 Azle 21
21 Como 14
14 Mineral Wells 34
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CRAIG'S CREW: Craig Heaton, Bill Wilson, Danny Hughes, Johnnie
Henderson, Nat Wofford, and David Hancock.
Move to Varsity Teom
JERRY CARPENTER STANLEY CARPENTER
150 lbs. 175 lbs.
Senior End 1 Letter
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JACKET VARSITY: CROW lj Larry Richards, Anthony Garcia, Mike Walker, Eddie Garner, Mike Wood, Jeff Bennett, Ronnie
Hampton, Terry Fitzgerald, CROW 21 Coach Barry, Ronald Derrick, Eddie Brown, Dwain Brock, Jerry Rankin, Bill Trammell Duke
Everett, David Gray, Billy Thomas, Gary Stasey, Coach Johncour. fRow 35 Coach Henderson, David Fry, Lindy Walker, Gary Fulks,
Danny Brown, David Daniell, Randy Pack, Mack Phipps. Randy Lay, and Coach Hernandez.
Seniors . . . VIP'S
Sporting captains' stars on their new letter jackets, Bill,
Lindy, and Ronnie relive football memories.
GARY FULKS RONNIE HAMPTON MACK PHIPPS
170 lbs, 180 lbs. 200 lbs.
2 Letters 3 Letters 1 Letter
Senior Guard Senior Guard Senior Tackle
JERRY RANKIN BILL TRAMMELL LINDY WALKER
155 lbs. 155 lbs. 180 lbs.
1 Letter 2 Letters 3 Letters
Senior Back Senior Back Senior Back
Hon. Men. All-District All-District Hon. Men. All-District
Bees Toke 26-7 Record 'ro State Tourney
Varsity Honey bees
Barbara, Debbie, and Nita average 13, 19, and 14 points per game respectively in regular season play. Giving SHS a 4341 victory
Barbara's free throws in the last seconds ofthe Regional playoff with Canyon get Honcybees to the state tourney.
Beat Carthage, Orange for First State Title
DEBBIE BALLOW BARBARA SHIPP NITA STEPHENS
2 Letters, 510 Points 2 Letters. 368 Points 1 Letter. 446 Points
All-District All-District All-District
Jo Ann Terry
DOLLIE BOASE JO ANN TERRY A
3 Letters, 140 Points 1 Letter
Honeybee managers, Suzan Smith and Karen
Keeney, "keep an eagle eye" on statistics and
Jo Ann receives All-Tourney trophy.
Relaxing between games . . . ,
JANE PACK MARCIA GORDON
1 Letter, 7 Poins 1 Letter
Second Place in Cedar Hill Tourney
Earns Guard Spot on All-Tourney Team
Buzzin' 'round the food . . . Planning Stfategl' - - - Receiving trophy
DE DE EVERETT SANDRA LESLEY VICKI LOWRY
1 Letter, 2 Points 1 Letter 1 Letter
Playing cm 8-Game, 3-Tourney Schedule,
Coach Tciylor's B-Bees Prep for Varsity
B-BEES: CROW lj Patty Webb, Suzi Robertson, Sherry Whitacre, Shirley Young, Sandra Lesley, CROW 21
Coach Sam Taylor, Deana Koonsman, Vicki Lowry, De De Everett, Rhonda Adams, and Connie Jackson.
Huslling Through on Eleven-Game Seoson,
Thirfeen Fish-Bees Buzz To Nine Vicfories
FRESHMAN BEES: Isla Snyder, Diane King, Melody l-look, Glynda Gordon, Kay Wood, Jolynne Hopson, Debra Wolfe, Carolyn
Lesley, Julia Sanford, Lana Wise, Betty Jackson, Rosanna Bolling, and Cnot picturedj Marilyn Pack.
"Go! Fight! Let's Win!" buzz Miss Smith and the little Bees.
Prepping for Varsiiy,
Wasps Win Fair Share
Often Against JV Teams
Coach Barry Johncour points to Wasp games on the
WASPS: CROW lj Ricky Rhoades, Kirby Pack, Perry Hicks, Eddie Bearden, Amos Marsh, fRow 29 Manager Bill Wilson,
Rickey Hyde, David Luttrell, Denver Cross, Charles Lohrmann, Danny Hughes, Manager Nat Wofford, CROW 33 Bill
Richards, Nolan Lewallen, Mike Wood, Dwain Brock, Lynn Ulmer, Keith Stripling, and Lance Knight,
54 Dublin 34
55 Hamilton 59
54 Graham 75
44 Dublin 59
55 Comanche 5 7
67 Brownwood 43
31 Grapevine 55
52 Comanche 54
49 Grapevine 57
39 North Side 46
59 Como 97
47 Dublin 46
41 Lake Worth 47
55 Mineral Wells 74
58 Weatherford 53
35 Lake Worth 33
40 Mineral Wells 56
46 Weatherford 59
the JACKET camera.
Coach Bill Keeney and managers Rusty Chandler and Scott Evans pose for
JACKETS: Ckneelingb Eddie Bramlett, Mike Cranford, Steve Deaver, fStandingJ Gary Stasey, Ga.ry Barron, Eddie Brown, Larry
Richards, Roger Kelly, Danny Brown, Mike Stewart, Larry Cashon, and Mike Henry.
Posf cu 5-13 Record
Two for Cashon!
MIKE HENRY, CAPTAIN LARRY CASHON
62 Points 116 Points
Hon. Men. A11-District Hon. Men. All-District
MIKE CRANFORD ROGER KELLY
10 Points 248 Points
LARRY RICHARDS MIKE STEWART OOPS! WIOHE S9-me!
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GARY BARRON EDDIE BRAMLETT
Kelly scores 248 of tea.m's 885 points.
Four .lockers Toss In 100 Plus Points
DANNY BROWN EDDIE BROWN
117 Points 160 Points
Hon. Men. A11-District
STEVE DEAVER GARY STASEY
Coach Sharon Smith
SINGLES: Barbara Shipp
DOUBLES: Nellwyn Garner and Kay Wood
In The Spring SHS Fcmcy
Lightly Turns To Thoughts
of Tennis and Volleyball
DOUBLES: Phillip Boswell and Victor Kay
SINGLES: Sam McDonald
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Patsy Wright, Jane Pack, Marcia Gordon,
Dollie Boase, Cissy McMahan, Glynda Gordon, Allison Bryan, and
Knot picturedb Diana Thompson.
VOLLEYBALL RESERVES: CRow 15 Suzi
Robertson, Karen Fitzgerald, Rosanna Bolling,
CROW 21 Phyllis Johnston, Diane Caughman, and
Coach Bill Keeney H
Coach Keeney Leads Jackets
To Third Straight 3A-5 Golf Title
JACKET VARSITY GOLFERS: Ross Wolfe, Danny McGough, Kenny Henson, Tommy
Brooks, and Craig Dameron.
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UIL District 3A-5
Trcick cmd Field Champs
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Hurrying all the way, S H S tracksters participate in
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twenty-three Wasps in track and field competition,
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points to win the district championship. Thirteen
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in the 220 and in the mile respectively, Duke Everett
and Garland Knipstein earn a berth to the AAA-3
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33 Spikes, Fitzgerald, CROW 45 Stewart, Hefton, and
Managers Wofford and Henderson and Coach Norwood
Drive Foes Boffy
PITCHERS: Anthony Garcia, Randy Lay, Ga.ry Stasey, and Cnot
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OUTFIELDERS: CRow 1J Mike Wood, Danny Brown,
Anthony Garcia, CRow 21 Rusty Chandler, Dwain
Brock, Randy Lay, and Randy Mills
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CATCHIZRS: Dwain Brock and Bill Trammell
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Jacket Nine, West Zone Co-Champs,
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President ........... John Cunyus '
Sgts.-at-Arms . . . . . . Mike Cedars
Treasurer .....,. . . .Tinker Piper
Vice-President ......... Joyce Dove
Secretary ...... ..... S uzan Smith
Reporter .... .... K athy Slaten
SPANISH l members are fRow lj Terry Burgess, Cynthia Denton, Alice Darnell, Cathy Brandon, Deborah Stracener, Kay Littleton,
Suzi Robertson, Brad Allen, Lewis Pack, fRow 25 Woody Lawson, Patty Purvis, Nelda Pendleton, Debra Dixon, Frances Hill, Marcia
Gordon, Vicki Lowry, Norma Ferguson, Debra Daniel, Mike Boren, CROW 33 Charles Lohrmann, Perry Hicks, Anthony Garcia, David
Gray, Roger Kelly, Larry Richards, Mike Fitzgerald, Sam Yeates, David Hancock, Kenny Yeager, Mark Evatt, and Steve Kimball.
Hocen Alcirde de Cchenta y Dos Miembros
SPANISH II members are CROW U John Pigott, Biff Henningsen, Randy Harding, fRow 25 Johanna Green, Barbara Manley,
Linda Dalby, De De Everett, Shirley Young, Jean Douglas, Alice Boren, CROW 31 Marion Ferguson, Jackie Quarles, and
Taking IQ test and displaying muscular control, fifty-two
initiates become full-fledged Chaquetas.
Diez SHS Chclquetos
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Having earned a trip to the annual PASF convention in
Austin, ten Las Chaquetas members campaign for
Suzan Smith as a Board of Directors member. Voting
delegates are Warren Russell, Linda Dalby and Bob
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OTHER MEMBERS: CRow ll Phil Phillips, Sharon Smith, Janice Dowell, Teresa McCollum, Barbara Williams, Kathy
Slaten, Judy Wyly, Warren Russell, CROW 25 Alice Porter, BeverlyRyan, Judi Houston, Suzan Smith, Cherry Overma.n,
Tinker Piper, Joyce Dove, Sharon Luttrell, Kay Wood, CRow 33 Bob Scott, Susan Eure, Dean Robinson, John Moon, Linda
Willis, Bruce McNe11ie, Phy11iS GIHVCS, David Daniell, John Cunyus, Beth Ann Black, and Mike Cedars.
Publicon los Noficios
Senior club members receive PASF
Achievement Awards in assembly
following special reports on state
convention activities given by Suzan.
Bob, John, and Kathy.
Labor on Labor Day readies complimentary Stingers for
opening assembly of the 1967-68 school year.
STINGER STAFF: Cherry Overman, Bob Scott, Warren
Russell, and fseatedj Kathy Slaten.
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QV Delegates Return
From Stote Convention
With Top Aword
Twenty-tive QV members learn techniques to aid Mrs.
Ferguson ftop leftj, our librarian, in sewing S H S.
Officers of the club pictured above are Reporter Judy
Wyly, President Linda Anderson, Parliamentarian Hellon
Luttrell, Secretary Carolyn Perry, and Vice-President Lee
Stanley. At left delegates are pictured boarding the bus
for the TALA State Convention in McAllen Where they
find that happiness is winning first place for their club
scrapbook. QV members are pictured fclockwise from top
left on opposite pagej exemplifying some of the activities
of library assistants. Dwain Weems, Beverly Hefton,
Jerrye Riley, and Mary Anne Yarbrough read inventory
1 while Connie Hatch, Debra Taylor, Lynda Green, and
Rhonnie Smith daydream of far-away-places at the atlas
stand. Debbie Waldie, Darline Anderson, and Carolyn
Perry make sure the records and films are correctly tiled in
the audio-visual department. Posing by one of their bul-
letin board displays, Seniors Linda Anderson, Penny
Thompson, Judy Wyly, and Phyllis Graves give a smiling
farewell to the library. Lettering, typing, and filing book
jackets provide jobs for Sharon Leatherman, Lee Stanley,
Rita Packwood, and Hellon Luttrell in the processing
room. Terry Maikell, Joyce Stone, Caroline Jackson, and
Lana Wise enjoy the current magazines available to S H S
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National Honor Society
From students exemplifying outstanding character, scholar-
ship, leadership and service, ten per cent of the juniors
and fifteen per cent of the seniors are eligible for membership
in the National Honor Society. Tapping takes place in the fall,
followed by an induction banquet honoring new members and
their parents. Under the direction of Mrs. Myrtle Deavenport
the members move forward to fulfill their ideal of service by
such projects as contributing to a kindergarten to finance
the education of an underprivileged child and collecting books
for local children. In the spring members vote two S50 T S C
scholarships for Judi Houston and Jerry Rankin and, showing
appreciation for all their teachers, give Mr. Crabtree a year's N
E A membership. Also Joyce Dove, Suzan Smith, Mike
Cranford, and John Pigott travel to Marshall as the first S H S
delegates to attend a State N H S Convention. Hoping to
encourage others to strive for membership, N H S hosts a
picnic honoring students posting all Ais for the fifth six-Weeks.
Mary Jo Chandler Peggy Daniel
Johanna Green Jane Pack Sharon Stewart
Glenn Brown Stanley Carpenter
Bruce McNe11ie Jerry Rankin
Mike Cedars Mike Cranford
Jean Douglas Marion Ferguson
Tapping . . . Induction , . .Congratulations
Frances Hill Marilyn McAlister
Cissy McMahan Jim Perry John Pigott
Barbara Shipp Kathy Slaten
Suzan Smith Diana Thompson Barbara Williams
Achievement and Fun Are One in NHS
Mrs. Deavenport presents the two S50 T S C
scholarships to Judi Houston and Jerry Rankin.
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Helping with the plans for the N H S picnic, Allison Bryan, a transfer
from Irving, wants to be sure there will be enough fried chicken and
FTA Delegate Hopes,
FTA OFFICERS: President Johanna Green, Secretary De De
Everett, Vice-President Annalynn Skipper, Treasurer Ellen
Skipper, Historian Judi Houston, Reporter Dwain Weems, and
Adviser Miss Gwen Williams.
'Gone With The Wind'
J. Thomas Davis FTA,ers of Stephenville High School
begin a busy year at S H S with the election of officers
in September under the supervision of Miss Gwen
Williams. Projects of the year include bake sales and
the sale of Jacket decals to finance club activities.
FTA members serve as substitute teachers, compile the
S H S scrapbook, and act as hosts and hostesses for
Texas Public Schools Week in March. Some members
attend the District XI FTA Convention in Comanche,
but hopes of attending the State FTA Convention are
shattered by snow and bad weather causing an unsched-
uled holiday and travel warnings. As a consolation,
members attend a showing of "Gone With The Wind"
in Fort Worth. Then as the year ends, Judi Houston,
Annalynn Skipper, and Johanna Green receive FTA
service pins in assembly, and CTA president, Mr. Bill
Hailey, presents the annual TSC scholarship to Vivian
FTA MEMBERS: CRow lj Mary Anne Yarbrough, Annalynn Skipper, Debbie Rhodes, Deana Koonsman, Suzanne Satterwhite,
Deborah Stracener, Jo Ann Terry, Vicki Lowry, Sandra Lesley, CROW 23 Dianne Smith, Barbara Manley, Sheila Outlaw, Pat
Bills, Vivian Lee, De De Everett, Rhonda Adams, Debby Ewers, Beth Watts, Kay Wood, Vicki Jones, Alice Boren, Marilyn
McAlister, fRow 33 Kerry Goodman, Susan Martin, Teresa McCollum, Judi Houston, Johanna Green, Lynda Green, Frances Hill,
Judy Carruth, David Riggins, Anthony Garcia, Len Johnson, Bob Scott, Lewis Pack, fRow 43 Gloria Hyde, Sharon Mast, Pam
Sharp, David Daniell, Roger Kelly, Mike Fitzgerald, Bruce Buchanan, Sam Yeates, David Hancock, Dwain Weems, Judy Hughes,
and Karen Fitzgerald.
Moth Club Picnic
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Sponsors Club for
MATH CLUB OFFICERS, Mike, Nancy, Bruce, Jerry, David,
Tim, and Warren, lead the club in a productive year.
MATH CLUB MEMBERS: CROW 15 Dean Robinson, Phil Phillips, Steve Meers, Muffin Morton, Peggy Daniel, CROW 25 Warren
Russell, John Pigott, Ray Pack, Glenn Brown, Cathy Brandon, CRow 35 Jimmy Perry, Linda Daniels, Beth Watts, Beth Ann Black,
Martha Adams, CROW 45 Marion Ferguson, Hellon Luttrell, Mike Cedars, Bob Scott, Dwayne Jackson, CRow 55 Diana Thompson,
Nancy McCarro11, Stanley Carpenter, Duncan McMahan, Bruce McNellie, Mike Cranford, CRow 65 David Huffman, Jerry Rankin, Mike
Riggs, and CStanding5 Mr. Crabtree, Judi Houston, Charles Lohrmann, Larry Doshier, Mike Fitzgerald, Tim Thompson, and Carla Stacy.
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Science Club Offers Challenge, Fun
SENIOR MEMBERS: CRow IJ Nancy McCarrol1, Sue Cranford, Karen Keeney, Bill Trammell, Beth Ann Black, John Cunyus, Phil
Phillips, Phyllis Graves, CROW 21 Mr. Williams, Reggie Ridgeway, Bruce McNe1lie, Stanley Carpenter, Mike Henry, Sonny Goodman,
Peggy Daniel, Mr. Johncour, CROW 33 Mr. Meixner, David Nix, a.nd Larry Doshier.
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David Gray, Woodie Lawson, Cissy McMahan, Barbara Shipp, Deniese Chandler, Bruce Buchanan, CROW 25 David Daniell, Mike Riggs,
Jackie Quarles, Dean Robinson, Timmy Thompson, Mike Walker, Kevan Meehan, Anthony Garcia, Bob Scott, Len Johnson, David
Boswell, CRow 35 Neal Ulmer, Jeanette Alsup, Jo Nell Cooke, Debra Parnell, Nellwyn Garner, Kathy Slaten, Kay Littleton, and
Science-Minded Sophs Outnumber
Other Classes in SHS Club
SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: CRoW lj Vicki Lowry, Sandra Lesley, Suzi Robertson, Deana Koonsman, Rhonda Adams, Sharon
Luttrell, Jo Ann Terry, Dianne Smith, CROW 29 Phyllis Johnston, Sherry Whitacre, Debby Martin, Martha Melton, Muffin Morton,
Debbie Rhodes, Kerry Goodman, Pat Bills, Sheila Outlaw, Linda Dalby, Patty Purvis, Susan Eure, CRow 31 Ellen Skipper, Marvin
Hale, Darrell Stone, Sharon Mast, Karen Fitzgerald, Dale Wood, Ronald Derrick, Rusty Chandler, William Parker, Delbert Wise, Gary
Bills, William Walker, CRoW 43 Steve Riggs, Brad Allen, Dale Hancock, Sam McDonald, David Riggins, Johnnie Henderson, Charles
Williams, Biff Henningsen, Kenny Yeager, Scotty Shuffield, Murle Blasingame, and Wayne Baker.
FRESHMAN MEMBERS: CROW lb Debbie Waldie, Sharon Smith, Debby Ewers, Ann Trammell, Debra Wolfe, Carol Harwell, Carla
Stacy, Susan Andrews, Kay Wood, Vicki Jones, Isla Snyder, Diane King, Janice Dowell, CRoW 21 Don King, Keith Stripling, Tommy
Brooks, John Buris, Perry Hicks, Beth Watts, Judy Hughes, Ruemma Frizzell, Bobbie Shelton, Beverly Ryan, Cyd Baumgardner,
CROW 33 Lany McMahan, Steve Walker, Robert Herald, James Boucher, Kirby Pack, Danny Hughes, and Pat Black.
Boasting about one hundred and fifty members, the
Science Club continues its tradition of providing a
fun-filled and challenging year for all interested
members. The year's highlights are a hayride, exhibits
prepared for Texas Education Week Public School
Visitation, and the UIL contest. Mr. Dean Williams,
Coach Barry Johncour, and Professor Jack Meixner
co-sponsor the club.
Mike Cedars and Barbara Williams compete in District UIL
Science contestg Barbara goes on to Regional competition.
HOMEMAKING I: CRow U Carol Chick, Alice Darnell, Wanda
Rutherford, Debbie Daniel, CROW 21 Jo Etta Smith, Susan
Andrews, Beverly Hefton, Margaret Carter, CROW 33 Alice
Porter, Ruemma Frizzell, and Bobbie Shelton.
HOMEMAKING I: CRow lj Carolyn Lesley, Melody Hook,
Julia Sanford, Terry Maikell, Jolynn Hopson, CRoW 25 Kathy
Hunter, Alva Mast, CROW 35 Janice Dowell, Mary Ramer,
Glyneth Free, Toni Laughlin, Paula Joiner, Lea Alexander,
Carolyn Jackson, and Dia.na Thompson.
At home games Fl-lA'ers sell football programs to
finance chapter activities.
FHA Activities Point
Toward New Horizons
HOMEMAKING II: CROW D Linda Laney, Karen Martin, Cyndy Price, Frankie
Carr, CROW 21 Annalynn Skipper, Nellwyn Garner, Laura Fanning, CROW 31
Nancy Hancock, Judy Carruth, Kerry Goodman, Norma Ferguson, Karen
F itzgerald, Dianne Smith, and Pat Bills.
HOMEMAKING II: CROW D Deborah Pipes, Pam Sharp, Diane Moon, CROW 21 Melinda Holder, Pat Swain,
Connie Porter, Diane Caughman, Debbie Rhodes, Sherry Whitacre, Jackie Knight, CROW 31 Debra Robison,
Pat Myers, Janet Shiflett, and Ellen Skipper.
Extend Respons' 'Hy
Delegates to the FHA Convention skillfully load the car for HOMEMAKING III: CRow lj Sandy Bills, Dollie Boase, Cherry
the trip to Austin. Overman, CRow 25 Sandy Decker, Phyllis Graves, Judy Kennedy,
and Reba Carpenter.
OTHER FHA MEMBERS: CRow 13 Azalea Walker, Vivian Lee, Judy Wyly, Teresa McCollum, Joyce Dove, Jo Nel.l Cooke, Kay
Littleton, CRow 23 Janeth Giesecke, Lynda Green, Cathy Brandon, Patty Purvis, Deana Koonsman, Frances Hill, Deniese
Chandler, Marilyn McAlister, CROW 31 Johanna Green, Pam Cavitt, Carolyn Davis, Mary Anne Yarbrough, Nelda Pendleton,
Joyce Croft, and Linda Anderson.
FHA'ers cut SHS
At the cottage entrance advisers, Mrs. Faye Greenway and Mrs.
Rosellen Davis, pose with Club officers, fRow D President Sandy Bills,
Publicity Chairman Deana Koonsman, Projects Chairman Sharon
Stewart, Sgt.-at-Arms Pat Swain, Recreation Chairman Linda Daniels,
fRow 21 Program Chairman Judi Houston, Historian Joyce Croft,
Degrees Chairman Judy Carruth, CROW 31 Sgt.-at-Arms Mary Anne
Yarbrough, Treasurer Karen Keeney, Secretary Janeth Giesecke and
Parljamentarian Ellen Skipper.
POULTRY JUDGING TEAM
LIVESTOCK J UDGING TEAM
DAIRY JUDGING TEAM
Judging cmd Parliamentary Procedure
JR. CHAPTER CONDUCTING
Ag III boys observe college experimental
project at Tarleton State College.
Adviser Bill Hailey
Sweetheart Tula presents Mike Turley the
Enrich Ag Program for 100 SHS Boys
Adviser Rex Stephens
FFA Officers: President Mike Turley, Vice-President Randy Whitman,
Secretary Dwayne Jackson, Treasurer Randy Lay, Sentinel Jay Pittman, and
Reporter Dent Bills.
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Murle Blasingame, Mack Phipps, and Charles Williams qualify for the
State Dairy Products Contest.
Land Team members fRow lb Dale Hancock, Gary Whitman,
CRow 25 Jerry Ramer, Adviser Rex Stephens, and Randy Lay
proudly display trophy won at Oklahoma City National Land
Two Earn High
Two Mike's earn high individual honors in Sweetwater Contest. Pack is
second in Dairy Judging, a.nd Hancock is third in the Livestock contest.
Advance to State
Randy Whitman displays Area IV winning Ag Co-Op Workbook
President Jimmy Moon
Vice-President Tommy Johnson
Secretary-Treasurer Debi Lucas
Reporter Tinker Piper
Parliaxnentarian Shelton Burkhaxt
Sgt.-at-Arms Dewayne Stephens
Chaplain Azalea Walker
Mr. John Hefton
Serves Fourth Yeor
As DECA Adviser
Under the capable leadership of Distributive
Education teacher coordinator, Mr. John Hefton,
the Stephenville High School chapter of DECA
organizes early and participates in workshops,
conferences, and contests. Climaxing the yearis
special activities, twenty two DECA members
join with members of VICA and OEA to host
the annual Employer Appreciation Banquet on
March 19, at Tarleton Dining Hall. DECA on this
occasion honors seventeen cooperating employ-
ers. Others who have served as DE stations this
year are Dairy Queen, Dairy Treat, Miller's Studio
and Tejas Pro Shop.
DECA Club Members Leorn, Work, Earn
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RASBERRY'S SINCLAIR STATION
Annual Bottle Drive nets work, fun, and profit . . .
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SAFEWAY STORES INC.
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VICA officers, pausing in class routine to pose for the photographer are
Cseatedj Kenny Stafford, Joe Dameron, Jay Pittman, Cstandingj Guyron
Moring, Mickey Koonsman, Larry Moore, and Jay Mills.
ICT student, David Hancock Ccenter rightj, points to VICA
VICA adviser, Mr. Willie G. Stephens, looks over VICA News
with President Jay Mills and Vice-President Larry Moore.
VICA members at SHS this year are all boys.
VICA of Stephenville High School .
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SPARKS CEMENT CONTRACTORS
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JOE L. WARD CO.
CURRIER CONSTRUCTION CO.
CHAMPION PRODUCTS INC.
BLUE'S SERVICE STA.
HELMS ROOFING CO.
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Mrs. Evelyn Henderson, OEA adviser, proudly displays the new club charter.
The JACKET camera clicks for OEA Beau
Chapter of the Yeor
As Stephenville High's Vocational Office Education
teacher co-ordinator, Mrs. Evelyn Henderson capably
advises its OEA Club. Twenty-three students who
attend classes one-half day also receive on-the-job
training from as many employers. Routine typing,
bookkeeping, filing and receptionist duties keep these
student-Workers busy three hours daily. Regular
meetings and special projects give OEA members an
enriched activity program. Having received the club
charter, SHS members enter state competition and
send delegates to the State OEA Convention at
Galveston where SHS becomes second runner-up in
Chapter of the Year contest and places sixth in
Activities Manual contest. Delegates also enter
production typing, shorthand, and ten key adding
STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 8a LOAN ASSOCIATION
STEPHENVILLE BANK 8L TRUST CO.
COOK BROS. LUMBER COMPANY
R R Jones
Earning While Learning, Twenty-Three
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Mary Jo Chandler
CITY SECRETARY'S OFFICE
Dr. Leon M. Altaras
Mrs. George B. Sparkman
SPARKMAN FURNITURE COMPANY
Mrs. Cleo Ferguson
STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Clinton C. Cox
ERATH COUNTY ELECTRIC
I. D. Reynolds
CLARK WREN, ATTORNEY
CHAMBER of COMMERCE
STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
COUNTY TAX COLLECTORJS
Clyde V. Sweeney
ERATH COUNTY COURT HOUSE
MASSINGILL PHILLIPS 66 STATION
Rev. Leslie Green
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
SMITHEY INSURANCE 8L REAL ESTATE
COUCH REAL ESTATE
J. C. Helm, Jr.
STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Mary Ann Leatherwood
C. H. Maguire, Jr.
STEPHENVILLE BANK 8: TRUST CO.
ZANE CARTER INSURANCE AGENCY
David F. Montgomery, Col. Ret.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
D. E. Allison
HUMBLE OIL SL REFINING CO. AGENCY
A SHS Choir Sings Out in '68
With Moestro Mike Morton
A-Coroling to Spread Christmos Joy
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For o "One" in Contest
Larry Young, Earl Gooch David
Lovelace, Cynthia Stewart, Retha
Carpenter, Judy Wyly
Royce Lee, Thomas Cole, Bill Wilson,
Jimmy Hunt, Rosanna Bolling, Reba
Carpenter, Diane Smith, Carla Stacy
Ed Jennings, Tommy Collins, Eddie
Bearden, George Carpenter, Anthony
Patterson, Leslie Miller, Dorothy
Lucas, Debra Dixon. Janet Mauldin
Wayne Baker, Stanley Johnson,
Amos Marsh, Richard Bradshaw,
Ronnie Walters, Brenda Hale, Debbie
Hooks, Debbie Waldie, Janie Harwell,
ALL-STATE CHO IR
ADVERTISING . . .
An Important Ingredient of Free
CCJMMUNITY . . .
Stephenville Grows and Progresses,
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Enterprise Traces a Large Circle
The Changing of a Community
Local merchants in Stephenville are proud of their
share in the 1968 JACKET. Certainly no book is
possible without their co-operation and support,
nor would it be complete without exhibiting
Stephenville's many fine businesses. This is truly a
"productive year" for business, one that witnesses
both the extensive downtown renovation and the
completion of a bright new Stephenville Plaza
shopping center. Other firms move to new loca-
tions on the South Loop. To inform the public,
the businessman needs an advertising medium-the
JACKET. In this way he supports our book and at
the same time reaches teenagers who hold a great
deal of the purchasing power of our country. The
result is a closer relationship between the
merchant and customer. Also found in this section
are the faculty directory, senior statistics, and
faculty and student indices.
One thousand three hundred forty-one . . .
One thousand three hundred forty-two . . .
Adhering to the adage, HSave for a rainy
day," Jerry Jackson saves every penny and
deposits it at STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS
and LOAN, 442 West Washington. It's al-
ways good to have a little extra money on
hand, and your dollar earns more interest at
STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS and LOAN.
David Deaver satisfies his huge appetite with ajuicy hamburger from DAIRYLAND,966 West Washington.
When YOU eat 21 DAIRYLAND burger you donlt have to look under the
pickle to find the meat They serve large thick hamburger patties, so tender and tasty
that they satisfy even the largest appetite. Ummmmm good!!
"Hey, wanta drag?" Linda Jones
knows that Guyron Moring is
just kidding because Chevrolet
can't be beat. In looks, handling,
and low price, Chevrolet is way
ahead of all the others. Take the
way it rides, for example.
Smooth. Quiet. Sure feeling. No
car is built with more easy-care
features, either. Sure, you can
pay more for a car, but you
wonlt get more. See your Chev-
rolet dealer, JONES CHEVRO-
LET COMPANY, 185 North
Graham. He has your car.
HUGON,S CLOTHIERS, 148 West College, is the
men's store serving SHS's Mini' crowd. Bob Scott is
only one of the many high school boys who select
their wardrobe from the wide choice of clothes at
HUGON'S. There they find the newest in young
menls apparel to give them the "in" look.
Get away from the everyday routine and relax at the
HOLIDAY MOTEL on the Dublin Highway. Like
Sherri Foster and Debbie Waldie, you can enjoy the
swimming pool and later dine in the restaurant.
You'll ask, "Why didn't we do this before?" fAnd
you'll plan to do it again, toolj
Would you wear bobby socks? A beehive hairdo? Too gross
to contemplate? Well, then, girls as smart as you and Debi
Lucas will dig the fashion "pizzazz" of clothes from MODE
0' DAY, 157 West Washington.
Linda Dalby knows that she can find the fragrance that's
"herd at SLAUGHTER'S. SLAUGHTER DRUG STORE,
201 West Washington, has what you're looking for, whether
it's cosmetics, gifts, cards, or drugs.
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When Carolyn Davis does the grocery shopping for her mother, she always goes to PIGGLY WIGGLY, 555 West
Washington. She can quickly and easily End everything she needs. After she checks out, a courteous sack boy like
Gary Stasey carries her groceries to her car.
ANDERSON MOTOR COMPANY, 810 East Road, lets
you escape from dull driving. Phyllis Dowell and Cathy
Rampley found all kinds of Pontiacs, Buicks, and Ameri-
can Motors cars. Excitement-A-that's a car from ANDER-
SON'S. Isnlt that what you want to escape to!
Make the most of being a girl. MERLE NORMAN can
help you discover the things that make you exciting with
a service they alone offer: complimentary creative make-
up lessons. Pam Reynolds and Cherry Overman receive
instruction on the uknow-how" of cosmetic application at
the MERLE NORMAN STUDIO, 1015 West Frey. But
what they do for a girl is only the beginning. . . lsn't it
time someone brought out the best in you?
Ann Trammell asks, "How long has it been since you've taken a
close look at the treads on your tires? Are they worn with age'?',
Don't put off buying new tires. Your driving safety depends on
quality tires. Go by BURNS TIRE COMPANY, 1380 North
Graham, and see how their tires stack up.
Bill Trammell and Susan Eure model outfits chosen from R. E.
COX COMPANY, 166 S. Belknap. Bill donned a turtle neck shirt
and a plaid sport coat. Susan picked a simple dress appropriate for
school, date, or church. Add to your wardrobe today at COX'S.
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stuffed animals. Mary Holder found the dreamiest bed-
room suite at HICKEY FURNITURE and APPLIANCES,
183 West Washington, where you can find lovely furniture
to make your dreams come true, too.
Cissy McMahan experiments with lipstick from the cos-
metic counter at CAWYER'S. CAWYER DRUG STORE,
known for quality and service since 1935, can serve you
even better in their spacious, new store in the Stephenville
Plaza Shopping Center.
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Going to school can be fun in fashions from
TOWN SHOPPE. They have the perfect pants set
for that big football game and the outfit you need
for the victory party. You can also find just the
evening gown to make you the most enchanting
girl at the prom. Make a hit at school in a
wardrobe selected from TOWN SHOPPE, 171 West
Rickey and Randy Harding pick up their dates, corsages at
NICHOLS FLORAL COMPANY, 270 North Belknap. You can say
it better with flowers from NICHOL'S.
When school is out, Martha Melton and Mike Walker 'iputt putt" to
THE PIZZA PLACE where real Italian atmosphere and hot, tangy
pizzas combine to make every snack unforgettably delicious.
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not know one kind of feed from an-
other, but you can bet any cow does.
BRANDON FEED COMPANY, 515
Lingleville Highway, sells not only Swift
feeds but also fertilizer, dairy supplies,
Debbie Rhodes went to BROWN
MOTOR COMPANY and fell in love
with the '68 Oldsmobile. The new Olds-
mobile has young action, young ideas,
young flair . . . all backed by the quality,
comfort and reliability that have made
Olds famous for 70 years. Go to BROWN
MOTOR COMPANY, 234 North Belk-
nap, where you, too, can fall in love
with the youngmobiles.
JAKE and DOROTHY'S is where the crowd
gathers after the game. Youill always see
Jacket fans enjoying the delicious home-
cooked food. They know there's no better
way to celebrate a Jacket victory. Go by
JAKE and DOROTHY'S CAFE, 406 East
Washington, and you'll know what we mean.
With just a little help at first from Len
Johnson, Ann Couch finds that driving a
boat is as easy as can be, especially if it is a
boat from BILL JOHNSON MARINE. For
summer fun on the water, stop in at 305
East Washington. lt's the greatest way to
A mysterious blonde or a bold bninette . . .
You can be either with a variety of wigs
from the PLAZA VILLA SALON located in
the Stephenville Plaza Shopping Center.
Nika McNeill owns several hairpieces so she
can change her hair style with her moods.
Larry Richards knows that all a boy needs to impress the
girls is a smile and smartlooking clothes. You can get the
clothes at CHRISTIAN BROTHERS MEN'S STORE. The
smile is up to you.
Working at the FURNITURE MART and FRANK'S TV
SERVICE, Joe Dameron has inside info on their good
deals. Located in the same building, it's the best place to
go for furniture and TV sets.
Tula Lewallen and Mary Holder love to browse around at
G. K. LEWALLEN WESTERN STORE, 165 East Washing-
ton. Mosey on down to LEWALLEN'S, the meeting place
for ranchers and dudes alike.
Gary Turney feeds the thousands of chickens at the
HOLLINGSWORTH POULTRY FARM on the Old Hico
Road. That great big turkey you have on Thanksgiving
Day also comes from HOLLINGSWORTH'S.
When Beth Ann Black first decided to open an
account, she went straight to the FARMERS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 115 North Graham.
They offer efficient yet personal service to all
their customers. If you have a question about
banking, they'll be glad to discuss it with you.
When you,re ready to open an account, think
first of the FARMERS FIRST NATIONAL
The MUSIC MART specializes in outfitting area bands including the Stephenville High School band. They offer a
wide selection of instruments in names such as Reynolds, Buffet, Selmer, Gretsch, and Ludwig. Go by the MUSIC
MART, 425-A West Washington, where you'll find "everything musicalf,
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Debby Ewers knows that fun goes better with Coke after
Coke after Coke. Only Coca-Cola has the taste you never
get tired of. And who keeps all your favorite places well
supplied with Coke? The TEXAS COCA-COLA BOT-
TLING COMPANY, 1492 West Washington, Stephenville,
With Valentinels Day approaching, Jerry Stem
chooses for his girlCs?j boxes of mouth-watering
chocolates at SERVICE DRUG STORE, 200 West
Washington. Remember, Jerry, you don't need a
holiday to buy your girl candy at SERVICE.
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Every girl looks forward to the day she'll
choose her engagement ring. If you don't
know diamonds, know your jeweler -
TRAVIS McMAHAN JEWELRY STORE,
150 S. Belknap.
Steve Deaver and Steve Carter tear them-
selves away from the movie to get a snack at
the refreshment stand at MAJESTIC THE-
ATRE. For an evening of enjoyment, 'see a
movie at either of the two JACK ARTHUR
THEATRES, the STARLITE or the MAJES-
After a hard workout, Gene Stewart, Bill
Richards, and Nolan Lewallen always head
for BREDE'S, 1590 West Frey. It's the
drive-in market with fine food and fast
ls your hair longer than your best girlis? The way to remedy that is
to visit the PLAZA BARBER SHOP in the Stephenville Plaza
Shopping Center. They'll give you a real groovy haircut, so you
won't blow your cool.
What do you do when you catch Dodge fever? Craig Mike and Judy Riggs poseinfront of RIGGS MACHINE
chooses from WHITE MOTOR COMPANY one of the and WELDING, 307 East Road. RIGGS' idea of service
nifty young Dodges seen at all the swinging places. is welding anywhere,anytime.
Do you often wish you could watch your favorite football team in
color? And wou1dn't color make the Saturday cartoons even more
exciting? PLAZA COLOR TV can make your world more colorful.
You're always in the game in shoes from the 5
FAMILY SHOE STORE, 140 South Belk-
nap. Their shoes are seen going places. Kathy
Hunter tried their shoesg you should too . . .
just for kicks.
Many different steps make up the printing of a book.
Roger Gideon gives Annalynn Skipper a tour through his
shop and a firsthand View of the printing process. Skilled
workmanship and the best equipment give the STEPHEN-
VILLE PRINTING COMPANY, 188 North Graham, itls
name for excellence in printing.
If you want to do something constructive with your spare
time, nothing reaps such beautiful results as a garden.
Here Alice Porter looks over the variety of seeds at
PORTER and SON SEEDSMEN, 241 North Belknap.
Gwen Sharp knows that the place to go for efficient,
courteous service and professional clothing care is
STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY and CLEANERS,
239 North Columbia. Remember . . . your cleaner is your
clothes' best friend.
Suzanne Satterwhite is amazed at the number of TV's at
GIFFORD RADIO and TV, 220 West College. The
selection includes Philco, Admiral, Motorola, Westing-
house, GE and RCA. You can find just the one to fit into
Nat Wofford and Nellwyn Garner know that shoes are for
movin', so they decided to really try them out. LUM'S
FACTORY OUTLET SHOE STORE offers shoes that are
attractively styled and made just for doing the Bug-a-loo.
Tommy Brooks advises, "Visit STEPHENVILLE
ARTS and CRAFTS, 1280 W. Washington, for gifts,
art and decoupage supplies, anything you need to iill
Rickey Harding explains the mechanics of a gun to
Janie Harwell. The WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
STORE, 107 South Graham, also sells sporting
equipment, hardware, and automobile parts.
Jo Ann Terry and Debbie Ballow are looking for a
gift, they visit SWINDLE JEWELRY, 198 North Belknap.
have the perfect gift for everyone, including
es, china, silverware, crystal, and, of course, all
of jewelry. SWINDLE JEWELRY is the home of
What will you wear when you've got a lot of action
planned? Cyndy Price knows which store stocks the
newest styles. Whether itls for a motorcycle ride or a day
at the beach, youlll find it at J. C. PENNEY CO., 130
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Where does a boy go to choose his first new
car? David Gray looks over the wide selec-
tion of better ideas for '68 at HERRIN
MOTOR COMPANY, 536 East Washington.
See your Ford Dealer and find out why the
switch is on to Ford!
Bob Scott, also known as Dr. Doolittle,
chats with a patient at SCOTT VETERI-
NARY HOSPITAL on the Dublin Highway.
When your pet needs a veterinarian,
SCOTT'S is the place to go.
Have you ever noticed that some girls are always the
center of attention? One of Sharon Smith's secrets is
her Jo Junior dress, the dress that tums heads
wherever it goes. Jo Juniors are made at PARK-
VILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
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Woody Lawson pauses for one
of ljfeis little pleasures - a
sundae from DAIRY QUEEN.
The DAIRY QUEEN DRIVE-
IN, 619 East Washington, also
features sandwiches, chicken,
shrimp, fish, malts, shakes, and
the cone with the curl on top.
If you phone, your order will
be waiting. Take time to live a
little at DAIRY QUEEN.
For news, first and factual, check the STEPHENVILLE
DAILY EMPIRE and EMPIRE-TRIBUNE. Their experi-
enced staff is constantly working to keep you well-
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PHARMACY, 965-3115, for fast service and free
delivery. Don't be satisfied with less than the best.
Donald Denman can't resist the comfort of
carpet at DENMAN TILE and CARPET
COMPANY, 150 South Columbia. DEN-
MAN'S features linoleum, tile, draperies, and
carpet in a variety ofpatterns and decorator
' 'Q Mrs. Bee Hancock of THE BRAEUER
- t","f"' AGENCY, 181 South Graham Street, discus-
29 ses the Texas Safe Driving Plan with Debra
Dixon and Dale Hancock. Folks at
BRAEUER,S are always happy to help you
with your insurance needs.
Do you always forget to go to the bank until five minutes before closing time? When you only have five minutes to
get there, you donlt have time to comb your hair, fix your make-up, and change your clothes. Therefore, you want
the convenience of drive-in TV banking. Mary Ann Leatherwood chose the STEPHENVILLE BANK and TRUST
COMPANY, 298 West Washington, the only bank in Stephenville with tellervision.
When Karen Keeney wants her hair set for that
very special occasion, she makes an appointment
at STYLE SHAPER BEAUTY SALON, 580
North Race. The hair Stylists at STYLE SHAPER
are dedicated to more beautiful Women. Why not
stop in? Y0u'll be glad you did.
Larry Cashon snoozes in the com-
fort of Lennox air conditioning,
nature's freshness indoors. Lennox
is fresh as springtime, crisp and dry,
sparkling clean, whisper quiet. It
can save you as much as 3021. Go
by CASHON'S, 815 East Washing
ton, and hear today's freshest
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all good men to come to the aid . . . Phil Phillips tries
out one of the typewriters at STEPHENVILLE
OFFICE 84 SUPPLY COMPANY, 119 South Graham,
the place to go for all your office supplies, gifts, and
arts and crafts supplies.
It looks like a Tennessee hillbilly who has just struck oil and is
looking for a good real estate deal, but it's really David
Watkins on Sadie Hawkins Day. He can tell you though that
TRINITY REAL ESTATE, 115 North Columbia, is the place
to go for a good buy. Their motto is "If we ain,t got it, we'll
Linda Daniels and .Io Nell Cooke know that the DIXIE
DISCOUNT CENTER, 1044 West Washington, has the hottest
bargains in town. You find everything from hula hoops to
hardware at DIXIE . . . and find it cheaper, too.
Remember how good ice Cream cones were when you were a
kid? David Huffman makes one ofthose famous DAIRY DINER
cones. Go by the DAIRY DINER, 210 South, and relive the
good ol' days. While you're at it, have a hamburger, sandwich,
or chili dog.
Kathy Boucher and other ZANE CARTER INSURANCE
AGENCY employees work hard to give you efficient
service. Hartford Insurance has given full coverage at fair
prices since 1810. Year in and year out, you'11 do well with
ZANE CARTER INSURANCE, 155 North Graham.
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Paula Raborn, undoubtedly the prettiest service
station attendant in town, fills 'er up with Enco
Extra. WHITE and WEEMS, 309 West Washington,
specializes in Enco products. Why not put a tiger
in your tank?
When the summer fashions come
into view, Connie Porter and Biff
Henningsen hurry to MITCHELL'S
DEPARTMENT STORE in the
Stephenville Plaza Shopping Center.
Besides the latest styles, you'll find
records, yard goods, linens . . . The
list's too long to name. They also
give and redeem Scottie stamps.
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Barbara Manley find that concrete can be inter-
esting. Did you know that it is composed of an
active material Ccementj and inert material Ca-
ggregatesj? And did you know that there are
different qualities of concrete? Good materials
accurate proportioning, and careful control of all
operations are essential. SCI READY MIX CON-
CRETE, 1000 Airport Road, boasts state ap-
proved, tested materials and experienced delivery
on any size job.
Randy Pack and Nellwyn Garner find out that it
happens to the best of them. Who hasn't run out of gas
at least once? Well, when it does happen, call LEON
PACK'S MOBIL STATION, 1421 North Graham. lf
your luck's really bad, they also fix flats.
What's this - a moving nsit-ini' demonstration?
Yes, it is, in a way! These are young people
Ride 'em No. 85! Who's that on the mower? Why it's
Danny Brown ridin' herd down at MONTGOMERY
WARD and CO. CATALOG STORE, 199 N. Belknap.
He has that ear-to-ear grin of satisfaction that you see
on every WARD'S customer.
showing the people of Stephenville that they
are interested in community betterment. They
are TEEN CENTER members, a really gung-ho
group. Part of the Recreation Department,
these youth elect officers, organize parties and
games, and sponsor big dances for the high
Mary Jo Chandler has that far-away look at
graduation. The future will involve many deci-
sions. Take your legal problems to JOSEPH A.
CHANDLER, ATTORNEY. You'll find under-
standing help in his office at 221 West
Rusty Chandler prepares for deer season with a visit to
JIMMY'S SPORTING and HARDWARE, 625 Lingleville
Hwy. He also finds fishing equipment, outboard motors,
camping supplies, and ski equipment at JIMMY'S shopping
paradise for sportsmen.
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are proud of their share in
BELCHER GULF STATION,
265 East Washington, sells
wholesale and retail gas and
oils, plus tires, tubes, batteries,
and accessories. You can drive
in day and night. They'll give
you S 8L H Green Stamps with
The man behind the counter is Waiting to serve
you. Your every automotive need can be filled at
MARTIN BROS. AUTO PARTS, 265 East Wash
ington, where you'l1 get plenty of attention.
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They rely on DR. PEPPER to give them the energy to meet those deadlines and celebrate a little! Who
keeps ,em Supplied? The DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY, Dublin, Texas.
No wonder LONG HOTEL has so many patrons.
Attractive Pam Reynolds makes a good receptionist.
Located at 221 E. College, the hotel offers the finest
in overnight or long-term accomodations.
Tommy Brooks is thinking, "lf I miss this easy
putt. . ." You sure won't miss when you deal with
BROOKS REAL ESTATE, 198 East Washington.
They can improve your Hgamew, be it a new house or
a new lot.
Timmy Thompson wraps things up as the other cheerleaders look on. To make sure youlre fully covered, visit BRAD
THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY at 235 West Washington, your independent agent. Don't leave any loose ends.
He'll take care of all your insurance needs, whether it's fire, farm, auto, hospitalization, liability, accident and
health, or life.
State Champs have broad smiles for the camera. Debbie Ballow is an outstanding team member. When you
visit BALLOW INSURANCE AGENCY, 216 East College, you'll be a Winner, too.
In polishing the seal, Dwain Brock knows the importance
of keeping things in good condition. This is true also at
JAKE BROCK'S REPAIR SHOP, 1720 North Graham. u
They take pride in their work.
'Danny McGough grins because he knows that if he knocks
that ball through a windshield, there will be prompt help.
MCGOUGH QUALITY GLASS and BODY SHOP guar-
antees a fine job every time.
With teeth bared and super-charged with spirit, Ronnie
Hampton charges onto the field. He represents an
aggressive and growing business, JOHNNIE HAMPTON
CATTLE COMPANY, located on the Huckabay Hwy.
They have a big 6'steak" in the agriculture economy of
This Workman may need Lava soap when she,s through.
She? That's Marilyn Pack showing her skill for PACK
BROS. CONTRACTORS, 211 Rowland. Her family will
help you with whatever work needs to be done -
bulldozing, hauling, all kinds of dirt work. What's that
about women drivers?
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you always find fast and effi-
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t' CREWS REPAIR SERVICE
504 E. Cliftonf' Besides Ameri-
can standard air conditioning
and heating, they provide refrig-
eration and appliance service.
Youlll find they are big enough
to serve you and small enough to
STEPHENVILLE ROTARY CLUB EXPLORER POST
50 is an active organization of young men on the move.
Through a varied program of service and self-
improvement, they are a part of the character develop-
ment aim of Scouting. Many members advance in rank
to Eagle through Exploring, realizing the motto HBe
Prepared." They dedicate themselves to the Scout
Oath: "On my honor I will do my best to do my duty
to God and my country, to obey the Scout lawsg to
help other people at all times, to keep myself physi-
cally strong, mentally awake, and morally straightf,
The POST 50 members are Mike Riggs, Dale Hancock,
Charles Williams, Dwain Weems, Len Johnson, Phil
Phillips, Biff Henningsen, James Boucher, Bill Sherrard,
Eddie Purvis, David Hancock, David Riggins, Brad
Allen, John Moon, David Daniell, John Cunyus, Dean
Robinson, Jerry Jackson, Mike Fitzgerald, Mike
Cedars, Mike Walker, Eddie Garner, Terry Fitzgerald,
Ross Wolfe, Ray Andrews, and Rickey Harding.
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GIRL SCOUTS is for girls who Want to be of
service to their community. This dedication is
evident in their promise.
On my honor I will try:
To do my duty to God and my country,
To help other people at all times,
To obey the Girl Scout law.
GIRL SCOUTS are the girls that get things done,
GIRL SCOUTS are leaders. They also know how
to have fun. You'll never see a bored Scout.
The STEPHENVILLE SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS
are Beverly Ryan, Cynthia Denton, Debby
Ewers, Carla Stacy, Judi Houston, Suzan Smith,
Rhonda Adams, Debbie Rhodes, Beth Watts,
Alice Porter, Ellen Skipper, Sherri Foster, Debra
Wolfe, Karen Fitzgerald, Nita Stephens, Jo Ann
Terry, Kerry Goodman, Deborah Taylor, Pat
Swain, Connie Porter, Deborah Stracener, Isla
Snyder, Julia Sanford, Terry Maikell, Sharon
Smith, Wanda Rutherford, Suzanne Satterwhite,
Sherry Whitacre, Debbie Martin, and Ann Cox.
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Administrators ond Faculty Index ond Directory
HELM, J.C. 12, 22, 28, 34,166
M.S., North Texas State Universityg Superintendent of Schools,
14 years tenure
GILBERT, GEORGE BEN 15, 28, 38, 166
M.E., Texas AKLMQ Principalg 13 years tenure
KITCHENS, CHARLES 12, 39, 107
M.E., North Texas State Universityg Counselorg 9 years tenure
BARRY, DON 15, 42,107, 128,137
B.S., Howard Payne Collegeg W year tenure
CRABTREE, FRED 27, 31, 46, 170-171
M.E., Texas Christian Universityg 21 years tenure
DAVIS, ROSELLEN 50, 180
B.S., Texas Women's Universityg 12 years tenure
DEAVENPORT, MYRTLE 12, 21, 28, 31, 45, 48, 165,
M.B.A., West Texas State Collegeg 14 years tenure
FAIN, PATRICIA 46
M.A., University of Texas, 1 year tenure
FERGUSON, CLEO 12, 41,162
M.L.S., Texas Women's Universityg 19 years tenure
FULCHER, TINA MAE 41, 47
M.E., Texas Tech: 5 years tenure
GOLDEN, LORRAINE 12, 44-45, 1 16
B.A., North Texas State Universityg 14 years tenure
GREENWAY, FAYE 50, 73, 76, 178-180
B.S., Texas Women's Universityg 5 years tenure
I-IAILEY, BILL 6,13, 46, 50, 69, 106, 184-185
M.Ed., Texas AKLMQ 9 years tenure
HARWELL, JAMES 6, 49, 112,116-117, 120-121
B.M., Baylorg 7 years tenure
HEFTON, JOHN 12, 51, 188
M.Ed., Sul Ross: 4 years tenure
HENDERSON, EVELYN 12, 23, 38, 47, 51, 76, 200
M.S., East Texas State Universityg 1 year tenure
HENDERSON, JOHNNIE 7, 37, 42, 46, 128,137
M.S., East Texas State Universityg 1 year tenure
HERNANDEZ, GUS 12, 21, 37, 42-43, 47, 128, 137,
M.S., North Texas State Universityg 1 year tenure
ISBELL, PHOEBE 44-45
M.A., North Texas State Universityg 25 years tenure
JACKSON, EMMA KATE 12, 44-45, 106
M.E., North Texas State Universityg 14 years tenure
JOHNCOUR, BARRY 12, 41-42, 46, 128, 137,147,15
B.S., West Texas State Universityg 2 years tenure
KEENEY, BILL 6, 12, 42, 46, 95, 128, 148,153
B.S., North Texas State Universityg 4 YSBIS 'feflllfe
LAIRD, LILLIE RUTH 12, 44, 158-159
B.A., North Texas State Universityg 11 years tenure
LEATHERWOOD, ANNIE LYNN 41, 47, 49
B.A., Mary Hardin Baylorg 12 years tenure
MEIXNER, JACK 12, 46, 172
B.A., McMurry College, 1 year tenure
MORTON, MICHAEL 9, 15, 49, 116-117, 120, 206-207
B.A., Tarleton State Collegeg 1 year tenure
NORWOOD, RICHARD 37, 43, 47, 76, 155
B.A., University of Texas at Arlingtong V2 year tenure
OGLESBY, ANN 7, 12, 44-45, 48
B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, 1 year tenure
PILCHER, .I.D. 46
B.A., Howard Payne Collegeg 12 years tenure
RUSSELL, GAYLE 21, 47, 180
B.A., North Texas State Universityg 40 years tenure
SHANNON, ELSIE JUNE 26, 44-45
B.S., Abilene Christian Collegeg 9 years tenure
SHIPP, EILEEN 27, 44-45, 47-48
M.E., Texas Christian Universityg 11 years tenure
SMITH, SHARON 43, 45, 47, 152
B.S., Ouachita Baptist Universityg 2 years tenure
STEPHENS, REX 47, 50-51, 94, 180, 185, 187
M.E., Texas A8z.M3 10 years tenure
STEPHENS, WILLIE G. 12, 51, 76,191
B.S., Howard Payne Collegeg 3 years tenure
TAYLOR, SAM 6, 22-23, 42-43, 46, 128, 140,144-145
B.S., North Texas State Universityg I0 years tenure
WILLIAMS, DEAN 46, 85, 172-173
M.E., Texas A8LM3 3 years tenure
WILLIAMS, GWEN 7,12, 47, 168-169
M.S., North Texas State Universityg 19 years tenure
Colwick, Avis 35, 51
Secretary to Superintendent
Crane, Mae 35
Secretary to Superintendent
McLemore, Rush 35
Moore, Yvonne 40
Secretary to Principal
Roberson, Peggy 38, 40
Secretary to Principal
Ammons, R. C. 32
Brandon, M. C. Jr. 32
Cedars, Dr. Nathan 32
Martin, R. E. Jr. 32
Pendleton, Vern 32
Thompson, Brad 32
Whitacre, Dr. Jim 32
Helm, Janis 7, 23, 40
Kirklen, Velma 31, 41
Cork, Ernest 37
Gilliand, Margaret 37
Thomas, Lois 36
Williams, Nancy 37
Evatt, Jimmy 36
Logan, G. W. 37
Logan, Maxie 37
Crass, Ray 36
Frizzell, Billy Jack
Haggard, Bob 36
Haggard, Charles 36
Keilberg, Edwin 36
Savage, Ronald 36
Senior Index ond Statistics
ANDERSON, LINDA 53,162-164, 179,204
VOE 45 FTA45 FHA 1, 2, 35 Library 2-4, Secretary 3, President
4, Sweetheart 4
ANDERSON, SARA 10, 13, 53, 56,108,111, 216
Transfer from Odessa 35 Homecoming Queen 4
BATES, WILLIAM 53
BILLS, SANDY 5, 7, 12, 20, 27, 40, 53, 176, 179-181
Science 25 FHA 1-4, State Convention Delegate 2, 2nd
Vice-President 3, President 4, Girl of the Month 3-4, Girl of the
Year 3, Jr. Degree 2, Co-Ed Correspondent 25 Junior Miss
BLACK, BETH ANN 12, 20-21, 27, 29, 47, 49, 53, 61, 116,
119, 12l,160,165,171-172, 220-221
Science 1-45 Band 1-4, Librarian 45 Math 45 Spanish 3-45
National Honor Society 3-45 FHA 1-25 Chamber of Commerce
Merit Award 1-25 Honor Graduate
BOASE, DOLLIE SUE 5,12, 20, 22-23, 27, 53, 140, 142-144,
152, 179, 238
Science 15 FHA 1-45 Biology 25 Basketball 1-45 Volleyball 1-4
BOLLING, ERNESTINE 53, 57
BOUCHER, KATHY 12, 17, 43, 53, 61, 109, 204, 232
Science 2-35 VOE 45 FHA 1-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 25 Biology 25
Stingerettes 15 Class Officer 1-25 Student Council 3-45
Basketball 1-25 Volleyball Mgr. 3
BRADSHAW, DICKIE 7, 13, 53, 207
Transfer from Virginia 35 Chorus 4
BRAMLETT, JAN 7, 53,56
Stingerettes 15 FTA 1-2
BROWN, GLENN 15, 27, 53, 57, 166, 171
Transfer from Oklahoma 45 Math 45 National Honor Society 4
BYNUM, GARY 53
Transfer from Evant 4
CANNON, LINDA 7,54
CARPENTER, JERRY 5, 12, 137, 154
Science 1-45 FFA 1-25 Band 1-35 Stage Band 35 Biology 25
Football 45 Baseball 3
CARPENTER, STANLEY 15-16, 18, 21, 29, 39, 54, 58, 137,
Transfer from Amarillo 15 Science 45 Math 2-45 Football 1-35
National Honor Society 45 Honor Graduate
CAVITT, PAM 54, 94, 179, 192
Science 25 DE 45 FHA 1, 2, 4, Parliamentarian 2: Stingerettes
1-25 Volleyball 35 Student Council 1
CHANDLER, MARY .IO 2, 17-19, 21, 24, 28-29, 51, 54, 56,
69, 105,109,165, 200, 202, 234
Band 1-35 Majorette 1-3, Head Majorette 35 FHA 1-25 Science
35 VOE 45 Annual Staff 1-35 Class Officer 1-45 Presentation
Play 2-45 SBP Nominee 35 National Honor Society 3-45 School
Sweetheart 45 Honor Graduate
CHEW, JIMMY 12, 48, 54, 61, 63, 116,118, 121, 123
Band 1-45 Biology 25 Stingerette Beau 45 Student Council 1
CHICK, GARY 54, 190
DE 41 FFA 2
COOK, SUZANNE 54, 56, 201
FHA 19 Office Girl 3
CRANFORD, SUE 1, 5, 12-13, 19, 21, 23, 28-29, 40, 47, 54,
58, 67,165, 172, 236
Science 2-45 FHA 1-25 Class Officer 35 National Honor Society
3-4, Vice-President 45 Annual Staff 3-4, Co-Editor 45 Student
Council 25 Zonta Girl 45 DAR Good Citizen Award 45 Chamber
of Commerce Merit Award 1-45 Homecoming Queen Nominee
45 Most Representative 45 West Texas Chamber of Commerce
Scholar Award 45 Salutatorian
CROFT, JOYCE 54, 56, 179-180, 204
Science 1-25 VOE 4, Parliamentarian 45 FTA 1-25 FHA 1-4
Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Historian 45 Stingerettes 1-3
CRUZ, SHALLY 17-18, 27-28, 51, 54, 94, 101,191
Science 1-45 DE 45 Spanish 35 FTA 15 FHA 15 Basketball 1-2
Stingerettes 1-35 Homecoming Queen Nominee 4
CUNYUS, JOHN 1, S, 10, 12, 15, 17-18, 21, 27, 51, 55, 57
.73,106, 110, 158, 160-161,164,172-173, 240
Science 45 Stinger Staff 25 Social Studies 25 Spanish 2-4
President 3-45 Student Body President 45 Student Council 2-4
Boys State 35 Presentation Play 3-45 Annual Staff 4
CURRIER, MILES 54, 58, 198
DAMERON, .IOE 55, 194,199, 219
FFA 1-25 Math 3-45 ICT 3-4, Treasurer 45 Biology 2
DANIEL, PEGGY 29, 55, 165, 170-172
Math 25 National Honor Society 3-45 Honor Graduate
DAVIS, CAROLYN 18, 20, 55, 65, 109, 166, 175, 179, 204,
VOE 4, Treasurer 45 Band 1-25 Majorette 1, Head Majorette 25
Freshman Representative 15 Student Council 2-4, Reporter 45
Basketball Mgr. 2-35 Favorite 15 Favorite Runner-up 2, 4
DEAVER, MARTHA 6, 48, 55, 62, 94, 221
Science 1, 45 DE 45 Spanish 15 FHA 1-25Sti11ge1'etIeS 1-3
DOSHIER, LARRY 27, 55, 170-172
Science 45 Spanish 15 Math 45 Football 3
DOVE, JOYCE 12, 21, 27-29, 40, 48, 50, 55, 58, 158, 160,
5P3HiSh 3-4, Vice-President 4, State Convention Delegate
FHA 1-4: National Honor Society 3-45 Reporter 45 Chamber
Commerce Merit Award 1-45 Honor Graduate
DOWELL, PHYLLIS 28,55,57,9O,94,214
Science 15 DE 45 FHA 1-45 Stingerettes 1-3, 1st Lieutenant 35
DUNN, KAREN 12, 16, 56,61
Math 25 Spanish 2-35 FTA 1-4, State Convention Delegate 2-35
Presentation Play 2-35 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 15
FULKS, GARY 10, 12-13, 56, 134-135, 137, 139,185
FFA 2-45 Football 3-45 Track 3-45 Basketball 3
GAINES, DONNELL 56
FFA 15 Math 25 DE 3-4
GIESECKE, JANETH 27, 49, 56, 62, 116-117, 119, 121-122,
.179-180,188,191, 217, 221
Science 2-35 DE 43 Choir 3: FHA 1-4, Secretary 45 Biology 25
Band 1-4, Sweetheart 4
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GOODMAN, SONNY 56, 172, 192
GRAVES, PHYLLIS 12, 18, 27, 56,62, 160,163,172,179
Transfer from Irving 35 Science 45 Spanish 45 FHA 4
GREEN, JOHANNA 12, 27, 29, 56, 61, 116, 119,121, 159,
165-166, 168-169, 179, 205, 221
Spanish 45 Band 1-45 FHA 1, 2, 4, 2nd Vice-President 25 FTA
1-4, Treasurer 3, President 45 National Honor Society 3-45
HALLMAR K, VIAN NA
HAMPTON, RONNIE 10-13, 18, 56, 61, 65, 113, 137-139,
185,187, 227, 239
Football 1-4, All-District Honorable Mention 3, All-District 45
FFA 1, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Basketball 35 Favorite Runner-up 1,4
120-121, 206-207, 221, 226
Science 45 FTA 1-2, Historian 25 FHA 1-25 Stage Band 1-4,
Secretary-Treasurer 45 Choir 1, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Band
1-4, Assistant Drum Major 2-3, Majorette 1, Drum Major 4,
Librarian 2-4, All-Star Brownwood Festival 45 lst Runner-up
Junior Miss 4
HEATON, CRAIG 11, 13, 57, 136, 223
FFA 1-35 Football Mgr. 1-4
I-IENDRICKSON, KAREN 12, 57,203
VOE 45 ICT 3, Reporter 35 FHA 15 Basketball 1-25 Science 1
HENRY, MIKE 14, 27, 57,117, 148-149,156-157, 172
Science 1, 35 Math 35 Biology 25 Student Council 1-25 Class
Officer 45 Football 1, 3, Mgr. 25 Basketball 1, 4, Mgr. 2-35
Baseball 2-4, Mgr. 1, All-District Honorable Mention 2,4
HILL, STEVE 57
HOOKS, CHARLOTTE 57, 188, 192
Science 2-35 Stingerettes 1-35 FHA 15 DE 4
HOUSTON, JUDI 12, 15, 17-18, 29, 57, 116, 124-125,
160-161,165-169,171,176,180, 234, 241
Transfer from Big Spring 15 Spanish 2-35 FTA 1-4, Historian 45
FHA 1-4, lst Vice-President 45 Math 1-45 Stingerettes 2-45
National Honor Society 3-4, Treasurer 45 Honor Graduate
HOWELL, DOUG 12,57
Science 1-25 VOE
7, 58, 202
4, Vice-President 45 Class Officer 2-45
GLORIA, HYDE 12, 16, 22-23, 27, 58, 140-143, 168, 238
Science 35 FTA 3-45
Basketball 1-4, All-District 3-45 Volleyball
Science 3-45 VOE 45 Spanish 1-35 FTA 15 Class Officer 1-25
Student Council 1-45 Vice-President 45 Annual Staff 1-35
Basketball 1-35 Favorite 1-25 Most Representative 4
3, 7, 13, 22-23, 27, 58,140-143,168, 238
JOHNSON, SHERRIE 56, 58, 202
VOE 45 FHA 1-25 Basketball 1
JOHNSTON, DIANA 12, 26, 58, 61
Transfer from Austin 25 Science 35 Biology 2
KEENEY, KAREN 1, 12, 14, 22-24, 26, 43, 58, 142, 172,
175,180, 230, 238
Science 1-45 FHA 1-4, Treasurer 3-4, Girl of the Month 3-45
Biology 25 Basketball 1, Mgr. 2-45 Student Council 15 Chamber
of Commerce Merit Award 15 Junior Miss 2nd Runner-up 45
Annual Staff 4
KENNEDY, JUDY 12, 57-58, 179, 203
Science 1-25 VOE 45 FHA 1, 45 Biology 25 Stingerettes 1
KINCANNON, KAY 12, 18, 58, 61-62
Transfer from Bryan 4
KOONSMAN, MICKEY 58, 194
ICT 4, Parliamentarian 45 Biology 25 Student Council l
LANE, GARY S9,63,184
FFA 1, 3, 45 Math 25 Spanish 1-25 Class Officer 35 Student
Council 1-35 Class Favorite 3
LEATHERMAN, CYNTHIA 59,203
Transfer from Rosemont 15 VOE 4
LEATHERWOOD, MARY ANN 20, 29, 59, 106, 109,
165-166, 205, 229
Science 2-35 VOE 45 FHA 15 Stingerettes 1-3, Lieutenant 35
Biology 2, Secretary 25 Class Officer 1, 35 Student Council 2, 4,
Recording Secretary 45 National Honor Society 3-4, Secretary
45 Annual Staff 1-35 District Shorthand UIL 3
LEE, VIVIAN 12, 20, 27, 29, 35, 48, 59, 169, 179, 204
FHA 1-45 FTA 1-25 Basketball 1-35VOE 4
LIGHTFOOT, GARRY 59
LIGHTFOOT, LARRY 59
LUCAS, DEBI 59, 94,1905 193, 213
Transfer from Abilene 15 Science 2-45 DE 4, Sweetheart 4,
Secretary 45 Spanish 45 FTA 25 Biology 25 Stingerettes 2-3
McCARROLL, NANCY 1-2, 7, 19, 24, 28, 57, 59, 64, 105,
109,126-127, 171-172, 204, 209, 218, 237
Transfer from Odessa 25 Science 2-45 Secretary 45 VOE 45 FHA
25 Math 3-4, Secretary 45 Class Officer 45 Favorite Runner-up
35 Favorite 45 Miss Jacket Nominee 45 Student Council 3-4,
State Convention Delegate 35 Cheerleader 3-4, Head
Cheerleader 45 Girls State 35 Presentation Play 2-35 Annual
MCCOLLUM, TERESA 12, 57,59,160-161,168, 179
Spanish 1-45 FTA 3-45 FHA 1-45 Stingerettes 1-3
MCNELLIE, BRUCE 5, 7, 18, 20-21, 27, 29, 59, 63, 68, 106,
109, 113, 116, 119-122,126-127,160-161,166,170-172,
Science 1-4, Reporter 45 Social Studies 25 Math 3-4,
Vice-President 45 Spanish 2-45 Choir 15 Band 1-4, Reporter 3,
President 4, All-District 2-4, All-Region 2-45 Stage Band 1-4,
President 45 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 4,
Treasurer 45 Honor Graduate
MASSINGILL, KAY 20, 59, 94, 204
Science 1-25 DE 35 VOE 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 FTA 1-25 Biology 25
MAYO, RITA 11, 13, 24, 28, 59,201
Transfer from Abilene 15 Science 1, 3, 45 VOE 45 Spanish 35
FHA 1-35 Biology 25 Basketball Mgr. 1-2
MEERS, STEVEN 12, 20, 29, 58, 60,165-167,171
Math 2-45 National Honor Society 3-4, President 45 Chamber of
Commerce Merit Award 1-45 West Texas Chamber of
Commerce Scholar Award 45 Valedictorian 4
MILLS, JAY 51, 60, 194-195, 198, 227
Science 35 ICT 4, President 4
MOON, JIMMY 22,24,47,51,60,63,182, 189,193,200
Transfer from Huckaby 35 DE 4, President 45 Science 45 FFA
3-4, Poultry Team 3-45 VOE Beau 4
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Transfer from Iraan 4
MOORE, LARRY 60, 194, 196
Science 13 DE 33 ICT 4, Vice-President 43 Biology 23 Class
MORING, GUYRON 5,11-12,27, 45, 60,194, 198, 211
FFA 13 ICT 43 Biology 23 Class Officer 43 Football Mgr. 1-33
Baseball 2'3Q Student Council 1
MORTON, BRUCE 12, 60,198
FFA 1-43 ICT 4
NIX, DAVID 12, S8,60,63, 170,172
Science 43 Football 1-33 Basketball 23 Baseball 2
OVERMAN, CHERRY 12, 44, 51, 58,60,16O-161,179, 214
Spanish 1-4, Secretary 43 FHA 1-43 Library 43 Stinger Staff 1-4
PACK, JANE 12, 20, 22-24, 27, 29, 56, 60, 140, 142, 152,
165-166, 234, 238
FHA 23 National Honor Society 3-43 Basketball 1-43 Volleyball
2-33 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-43 Honor Graduate
PARHAM, JOYCE 11-12, 60, 203
FHA 1, 2, 43 DE 3-43 VOE 43 Stingerettes 1-23 Science 1-3
PHILLIPS, PHIL 12, 16, 29, 58, 60, 109, 139, 170-172, 175,
Transfer from Wisconsin 23 Science 3-43 Math 43 Spanish 3-43
Student Council 43 Honor Graduate
PHIPPS, MACK 60, 109, 137, 139, 184, 187
FFA 1-43 Biology 23 Football 4
PIPER, TINKER1,12, 61,158, 160, 192
Transfer from Odessa 23 Science 2'3Q DE 43 Spanish 2-43
Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Convention Delegate 2-3, Treasurer 43 Biology
PITTMAN, JAY 61,185,194-195
Spanish 13 ICT 4
PURVIS, EDDIE 22, 61,109,182,185, 187, 240
Science 13 FFA 1-43 Math 33 Student Council 2-4
RAMER, JIM 61
Science 13 FFA 1-43 ICT 3-4
RAMPLEY, CATHY 27-28, 57, 61, 94,188, 191, 214
Science 1'2Q DE 43 FHA 1,33 Stingerettes 1-3, Co-Captain 3
RANKIN, JERRY 1, 13, 21, 27, 29, 61, 109, 131,137, 139,
Transfer from Bridgeport 33 Math 3-4, President 43 Football
3-4, All-District Honorable Mention 43 National Honor Society
43 Student Council 43 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 3-43
REYNOLDS, PAM 5, 17-18, 58, 62, 194, 202, 214, 236
Science 1-3g VOE 43 FHA 1-33 Stingerettes 1-23 Biology 23
VICA Sweetheartg Junior Miss Contestant 4
RIDGEWAY, REGINALD 62,172,189
Transfer from California 43 Science 4
ROBERTSON, JO LYNN 13, 18, 43, 62, 68, 94
Transfer from Virginia 33 Homecoming Queen Nominee 4
Runner-up School Sweetheart 4
SCHRIMSHER, BARBARA 7,17-18, 27, 62, 202
VOE 43 FHA 1-33 Biology 23 Library 3, Secretary 3,
Convention Delegate 33 Stingerettes 2
SHARP, GWEN 7, 20, 27, 56, 62, 204, 225
Transfer from New Mexico 23 VOE 4, Historian 43 Spanish 43
SHERRARD, BILL 24, 62, 116-118, 120,175, 240
Band 1-43 FFA 1
SHIFLETT, SHARON 62, 105
Transfer from Arkansas 33 Library 33 FHA 4
SMITH, PEGGY 29, 62
FTA 1-23 FHA 1-23 Honor Graduate
SNYDER, MARK 62
FFA 1-33 Basketball 39 ICT 4
STAFFORD, KENNY 7,12, 45, 62, 181, 194, 197, 227
Science 13 ICT 43 Biology 23 Basketball Mgr. 1-23 Class Officer
1, 2, 43 Favorite Runner-up 23 FHA Beau 4
STEWART, SHARON 1, 4-5, 12, 14, 18, 27, 29, 57, 63, 68,
106, 109, 165-166, 180, 201, 208, 234, 236
Science 33 Biology 23 VOE 43 Spanish 1-23 FTA 1-23 FHA 1-4,
Fifth Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, Third Vice-President 4,
Girl of the Month 3-43 Student Council 43 National Honor
Society 3-43 Annual Staff 2-4, Co-Editor 43 Stinger Staff 1-23
Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-43 Junior Miss 43 Honor
THOMPSON, PENNY 27, 56, 63, 94, 162-163
Science 2-32 Spanish 23 FTA 13 FHA 13 Biology 23Sti1'1gS1'6tteS
1-33 Library 3-4
TRAMMELL, BILL 2, 9, 13, 19, 45, 56, 58, 61, 63-64, 108,
130, 132, 137, 139, 156-157, 172,214
Science 3-4 Football 2-4, All-District 43 Basketball Mgr. 33
Baseball 2r4Q Class Officer 3-43 Favorite Runner-up 33 Favorite
TUBBS, SANDRA 63,190
Spanish 1-23 DE 4
TURLEY, MIKE 27, 58, 63, 107,184-186
FFA 1-4, Second Vice-President 3, President 4
WALKER, AZALEA 63,119-120,179
Science 33 DE 4, Chaplain 43 Band 1-43 FHA 1-43 Choir 2-3
WALKER, LINDY 24, 56, 63, 133,137, 139, 182, 227
FFA 1'3Q Biology 23 FFA Livestock Judging Team 33 Football
1-4, All-District Honorable Mention 3-43 Track 2-3
WHITMAN, RANDY 63, 182, 184-185, 187
FFA 1-4, Vice-President 4, Livestock Judging Team 33 Biology
WOFFORD, MOLLY 10, 12, 16, 61, 63, 138
ICT 3, Secretary 33 FHA 13 Class Officer 13 Favorite Runner-up
13 Favorite 2-32 Miss Jacket 33 Football Queen 4
WYLY, JUDY 20, 62-63, 160, 162-163, 179, 206-207
Spanish 3-43 FHA 1-43 Library 3-4, Reporter 43 Choir 3-4
Alsup, Jeanette 17-18, 71,94,112-113,119-121,173, 207
Ballow, Debbie 12, 16, 22-23, 71, 73, 101, 140-144, 226, 238
Baxter, Paul 71, 196
Bills, Mike 71, 197
Blumer, Irene 192
Boren, Alice 71, 117, 124,159,168
Boswell, David 71, 129, 173
Bryan, Allison 77, 152, 167, 207
Buchanan, Bruce 71, 129,168,173
Burkhart, Shelton 71, 190
Carpenter, Reba 15, 71, 73,179,207
15, 71, 73, 206-207
Carruth, Judy 71, 168,178,180
Cashon, Larry 43, 71,105,108,148-150,157, 230
Cedars, Mike 5,
12, 18, 21, 25-26, 71, '112-113
158, 160,166,171-173, 175, 240
Chandler, Deniese 71, 76-77, 173, 179, 216
Chappell, Barbara 77
Clark, Wesley 71, 76, 94, 184, 190
Cole, Thomas 12, 15, 72,116,185, 207
Cooke, Jo Nell 11, 72, 76, 173, 178-179, 228, 231
Couch, Ann 12, 24, 72,117,124, 218
Cranford, Mike 8, 21, 24-26, 70-72, 106, 108, 148-149, 166
171, 173, 222
Crank, David Charles 72, 183, 185
Daniell, David 11, 42, 70, 72, 132, 134,
168-169, 173, 218, 240
137, 156, 158
Daniels, Linda 12, 17-18, 72, 124, 133, 160, 170-171, 180
Decker, Sandy 72, 179
Dickerson, Linda 7, 72, 126-127
Dixon, Debra 15, 72-73, 124, 158, 207,229
Douglas, Jean 40, 73, 158,166
Dowell, Billy 73
Driver, Larry 73, 183-184
Elliott, Jack 73, 153, 190
Everett, Duke 8, 10,19, 26, 73, 81,108, 130, 132, 135,137
Ferguson, Marion 24, 26, 73, 158, 166
Fitzgerald, Mike 73, 129,155, 168,170-171, 240
Fitzgerald, Terry 11-12, 43, 73, 132,137, 158, 161, 240
Fry, David 18, 25,73,133,137, 153
Ganske, Bryan 73, 198
Anthony 18, 26, 70, 73-74, 133, 137,
Garner, Eddie 8, 11-12, 22-23, 26, 43,74
Garner, Nellwyn 17-18, 24-26, 43, 70, 73-74, 152, 159,
178, 225, 234
Godfrey, Sammy 74
Gordon, Marcia 12, 22-24, 40, 74, 140, 142-143, 152,
173, 234, 238
Gray, David 6, 12, 70,74,132,134,137,158,173, 227
Green, Lynda, 4, 6, 74, 105, 115-116, 118, 121, 161,
168-169,179, 215, 221
Griffin, Kennith 74
Hancock, David 77, 194
Hancock, Kathy 40, 74, 116, 118, 120
Hatch, Connie 74, 107, 116, 118, 120
Hefton, John Jr. 74, 129, 155
Henson, Kenny 24, 74, 108, 136, 154
Hicks, Wanda 24, 26, 74
Hill, Frances 74, 105, 116, 125, 158, 167-169, 179
Holder, Mary 7, 11, 18, 40, 43, 75, 77, 173, 215, 21
Holder, Melinda 43, 75, 178
Honsaker, Barbie 5, 24, 26, 75
Huey, Steve 7, 75, 194, 199
Huffman, David 75,117-118, 121,171, 231
Jackson, Dolores 75
Jackson, Dwayne 75, 171, 182-185
Jackson, Jimmy 75,155
Johnson, Brenda 56, 75
Johnson, Len 75,117-118,121,168,173, 218, 234, 240
Johnson, Tommy 75,189,192
Joiner, Donnie 136, 218
Jokel, Bobby 197
Jones, Linda 73, 75, 116, 123-124, 191, 211
Jones, Sheri 75, 188
Keeney, Alta 40, 75, 101, 125
Keith, Fred 77
Kelly, Roger 14, 16, 20, 74-75, 129, 148-151, 155-156, 158
Knipstein, Garland 75, 155, 184
Lawson, Woodie 12, 75,158,173, 228
Lay, Randy 22, 75,134,137, 156, 183,185,187
Lewallen, Tula 7, 10, 13, 22-23, 26, 40, 43, 75, 105, 108
126-127,140-142,l44,184,186, 219, 237-238
Littleton, Kay 1, 3-6, 8, 13, 19, 61, 72, 76, 81, 105, 108
115-116,119-121, 158,173,179, 215, 221, 236
Lovelace, David 15, 24, 73, 75, 206-207
Lowery, Terry 12, 43,76,136,194,197
Lucas, Dorothy 15, 73, 76, 206-207
Luttrell, Hellon 76, 162-163, 171
MCAlister, Marilyn 76, 116-118, 120, 166-168, 179
McCleskey, Gary 76,117-118, 121
McGough, Danny 24, 76, 153, 238
McKinney, Ronnie 76, 185
MCMahan, Cissy 13, 16, 24, 26, 76, 140-143, 152, 166-167
173, 215, 238
McNeill, Nika 11, 13, 25, 40, 43, 76, 218, 222
Mast, Pat 7, 76, 189
Meehan, Kevan 22, 31, 76,94, 129,173
Miller,Joan 7, 31, 35, 61, 77, 112-113,118,120-121,173
Moon, John 77, 160, 240
Myers, Pat 13, 77, 178
Overman, Patsy 40, 43, 77
Pack, Mike 77,129, 182-184,187
Packwood, Rita Nell 77, 163
Parnell, Debra 1, 4-5, 7, 24, 26, 72, 77, 126-127, 173, 208
Patterson, Anthony 12, 15, 72, 77, 112-114, 116-117, 119
Patterson, Larry 198
Pendleton, Nelda 77, 158, 179
Perry, Carolyn 77, 119, 121, 162-163
Perry,Jimmy 77,112-113, 117-118,120,166l67,171
Pigott, John 21, 26, 77,159,166-167,171
Quarles, Jackie 24, 78, 158, 173
Raborn, Paula 24, 78, 125
Reynolds, Hazel 78, 116, 118, 120
Rhoades, Rocky 24, 78
Richards, Larry 8, 11, 14, 42-43, 72, 78, 94, 135, 137
Riggs, Mike 12,16, 78,119,121,171,173, 223, 240
Robinson, Dean 12, 78,108,155,160,171,173, 240
Roch, Susan 77
Rush,Jerri Payne 78
Russell, Warren 78,160-161,171,173, 180
Scott, Bob 7, 26, 72, 78, 126-127, 158, 160-161, 168
171-174, 212, 237
Sharp, Wayne 78
Shipp, Barbara 6, 10, 12, 16, 22-23, 26, 70, 78, 140-144,
Skipper, Annalynn 25, 78, 168-169, 178, 224
Slaten, Kathy 7, 78,158, 160-161, 166-167, 173
Smith, Dennis 78, 194, 197
Smith, Susan 1, 5, 7, 12, 18, 21-23, 26, 78, 80,105-106,
116, 123-125, 142-144, 157-158, 160-161, 167, 173,
Sparks, Donald 78, 183,185,196
Stanley, Lee 16, 78,117,125,162-163
Stem, Jerry 12, 18, 20, 26, 40, 70, 78, so, 175. 221
Stephens, Dewayne 94, 189
Stephens, Linda 43, 78
Stewart, Mike 20, 79, 148,150, 233
Stone, Joyce 79, 163
Thomas, Billy 79, 135, 137
Thompson, Diana 12, 43, 79,152,166-l67,171, 176
Thompson, Timmy 7, 12, 41, 72, 79, 112-113, 118, 121,
Thompson, Virgil 79
Turney, Gary 79, 185, 219
Ulmer, Neal 79, 129, 173
Van Meter, Donna 13,79
Walker, Mike 12, 22-23, 79, 134-135,137,173,217, 240
Walker, William 79, 94, 116-118, 120, 174
Hank 24, 79, 129
Webb, Patty 79, 14S
Williams, Barbara 21, 79, 160, 166-167, 173,175
Willis, Linda 79, 116-117,125, 160
Ross 11, 18, 21, 24, 79, 154,240
Sam 12, 79, 158,168,185
Adams, Martha 4, 15, 83, 105, 115-116,119-120,171, 215,
Adams, Rhonda 35,83, 145, 168-169, 174, 241
Allen, Brad 9, 11, 15, 17-18, 39, 83, 116, 118, 121, 158,
Baker, Wayne 15, 83, 116, 118, 121, 174, 207
Barron, Gary 23, 83, 148, 150
Bennett,Jeff 83, 130, 137, 155
Bills, Dent 83, 185
Bills, Gary 48, 83, 117,119,174, 185
Bills, Pat 43, 168, 174, 178
Bills, Vickie 7, 83, 116-118,120
Blasingame, Murle 44, 83, 116, 118,120, 174,185,187
Boucher, Rita 31, 223
Bramlett, Eddie 83, 148, 150, 184, 223
Brandon, Cathy 1, 83, 116-118, 121, 158, 171, 179, 217, 236
Brodnax, Pat 83
Brown, Danny 11, 14, 18, 43, 56, 74, 82-83, 85, 90, 130-132,
Brown, Eddie 8, 11, 14, 43, 48, 83, 131, 134, 137, 141,
Burkeen, Sue 83
Bynum, Trisha 83
Cannon, Frank 83, 184
Carpenter, George 151, 206-207
Carr, Frankie 83, 178
Carter, Steve12,16, 19, 82-83, 85,91,109, 222
Caughman, Diane 12, 83, 152, 178
Chandler, Rusty 22, 82-83, 148, 154, 174, 184, 235
Chick, Carol 84, 176
Collins, Tommy 84, 206-207
Cranford, Louann 23, 84, 124
Dalby, Linda 9, 13, 45, 84-85,159,173-174, 213
Deaver, Steve 23, 84, 109, 148,151,222
Derrick, Ronald 11, 48, 84-86, 131, 133, 137, 174, 184
Eads, Ed 13, 84-85
Engler, Johnnye 84-85, 116-118, 120
Eure, Susan 82, 84-85, 124, 160, 174, 214
Everett, DeDe 4, 16, 23, 44, 61, 84-85, 105, 115-117,
119-120,143, 145, 159, 168, 215, 218, 221, 238
Fanning, Greg 82, 84-85, 129
Fanning, Laura 12, 84, 178
Faught, Lamarvin 84-85
Ferguson, Norma 84-85, 158, 178
Fisher, Joe Bob 84
Fitzgerald, Karen 12, 44, 84, 125, 152, 168, 174, 178, 241
Garcia, Joe 109
Golliday, David 84
Gooch, Earl 15, 84-85,18S, 207
Goodman, Kerry 9, 12, 84-85, 168-169, 174, 178, 234, 241
Hadderton, Susan 84
Hale, Brenda 15,85,118,120, 207
Hale, Marvin 85, 129,174,184
Hancock, Dale 85-86, 174, 182-183, 185, 187,229,240
Hancock, David 85, 112-113, 118, 120, 136, 158,168, 175,
Hancock, Mike 85, 129, 182, 187
Hancock, Nancy 85, 178
Harding, Rickey 85, 112-113, 119-120, 159, 217, 226, 240
Henderson,Johnnie 85, 136, 155,174
Henningsen, Biff 17-18, 82, 85, 159, 174, 209,232,240
Hodge, Craig 85, 184
Hooks, Debbie 15, 73, 85, 207
Hooks, Patsy 85
Hymer, Ralph 44
Jackson, Connie 12, 43, 85,145
Johnston, Phyllis 23, 85, 152, 174
Knight, Jackie 49, 85, 178
Koonsman, Deana 1, 12, 23, 43, 85, 106, 109,145,168,174,
Laney, Linda 86, 178
Leach, Tony 185
Lee, Royce 15, 37, 73, 86,185, 207
Lesley, Sandra 23, 43, 86, 106, 109, 143,145,168-169,174,
Lowery, Roger 86, 184
Lowry, Vicki 23, 44, 86,143, 145, 158,168,174, 223, 238
Luttrell, Sharon 86, 117, 119, 121,160,174
McCann, David 86
McCleskey, Richard 86, 184
McDonald, Sam 23, 86, 152, 174
McMahan, Duncan 86,112-113,116-118,120, 171
Manley, Barbara 40, 43, 86, 157, 168, 233
Martin, Debby 48, 86, 117-118,120, 174,241
Martin, Donita 12, 86
Martin, Karen 7, 61, 86,116-117,119,121, 178
Mast, Sharon 49, 86, 168, 174
Melton, Martha 86, 125, 174, 217
Miller, Leslie 15, 49, 73, 87, 206-207
Moon, Diane 87, 178
Morton, Connie 61, 87, 116-117, 119, 121, 171, 174, 180
Nachtigall, Richard 48,-87, 184
Northcutt, Kermit 87, 117-118, 121, 185
Ogle, Larry 87, 129
Outlaw, Sheila 9, 87, 168, 174
Pack, Randy 10, 12, 82, 87, 130-131, 137, 184, 234
Pack, Ray 87,129,171, 227
Parker, William 87, 129, 156, 174, 184
Pipes, Deborah 87,116,118,121, 178
Porter, Connie 10,12, 18, 85, 87, 90,105,109,
Price, Cyndy 12, 23, 87, 125,178,227
Purvis, Patty 72, 87, 118, 120, 158, 174, 179
Quarles, Sandy 87
Ramer, Jerry 87, 184, 187
Ray, Ann 88
Rhodes, Debbie 23, 88, 101, 117, 125, 168, 174, 178-179
Riggins, David 17-18, 88, 112-113, 117-118, 121, 159
Riggs, Steve 88, 129, 174
Robertson, Suzi 22, 88, 145, 152, 158, 174, 234
125, 178, 232
Robinson, Bill 88
Stewart, Cynthia 15, 89, 206-207
Robison, Debra 88, 116, 118, 120, 178 Stewart, Gene 89, 129,155,222
Russell, Jimmy 88, 197
Saxon, Clifford 88, 129
Sharp, Pam 88, 168, 178
Shiflett, Janet 12, 88, 178
Shuffield, Scotty 87-88, 129, 174
Simmons, Brenda 88, 125
Stocks, Johnnie 89
Stone, Darrell 89, 129, 174, 184
Swain, Pat, 89, 105, 117, 125, 178, 180, 241
Tate, Mike 89, 184
Taylor, Debra 89, 162-163, 241
Terry, JO Ann 4, 16, 23, 43-44, 89, 105, 115-116, 118, 121,
140, 142,168, 174, 215, 221, 226, 238, 241
Turley, Donna 89, 116, 221
Skipper, Ellen 17-18, 88, 112-113, 115, 118, 121, 168, 174, Vaughn,YVickie 49,61,89,116,118, 120,177
176, 178,18O, 241 Walker, Jerry 182, 227
Slay, Glenda Walters, Ronnie 7, 15, 206-207
Smith,Di2nr1e 15,S8, 168, 174, 178,207 Weems, Dwain 89, 116, 118, 120, 163, 168-169, 240
Smith,-Jerry 88, 119-120 Whitaere, Sherry 7, 10, 16, 19, 22, 85, 87, 89, 91, 145, 174,
Smith, Rhonnie 88, 119-120, 163 178, 216, 234, 241
Sr10W,Jerry Williams, Charles 89, 112-113, 117-118, 121, 174, 185, 187,
Sparkman, Joanna 88, 177 240
Spaulding, Jack Wise, Delbert 89, 129, 174
Spence, Bill 88 wood, Dale 89, 129, 174
Spikes, Lanny 88, 129, 155 Wright, Clinton 89, 184
Spinksv Mike Wright, Marvin 31
S1aSey,Gary 89, 109, 131, 137, 148, 150, 151, 213, 227 Yarbrough, Mary Anne 12,89,163,168, 179-180
Stephens, Nita 1, 12, 16, 22-23, 43, 89, 140-145, 236, 238, Yeager, Kenny 6, 20, 89, 158,174
241 Young, Shirley 43, 89,145,159
Zimmerman, Glenda 12, 89
Alexander, Lea 12,93, 124,176
Allen, Kathy 93
Anderson, Darline 93-94, 163, 176-177
Andrews, Ray 17-18, 72, 93,112-113,116, 118,121,240
Andrews, Susan 93, 116-117, 124, 174, 176
Arwine, Elizabeth 31
Barron, Brad 20, 93,101,107,129,154
Baumgardner, Cyd 93, 174
Baxter, La Vera 41, 93-94
Bearden, Eddie 15, 93, 95, 147, 183-184, 206-207
Becker, Ronald 93, 129, 154
Belcher, Joe 93,153,235
Benton, Joe 49
Bills, Roy 37, 93,112-113,117-118,121,185
Black, Pat 1, 93,129,174
Bolling, Rosanna 6, 61, 93, 118, 120, 146, 152, 206-207
Boren, Mike 93,117-118,158
Boswell, Phillip 93, 152
B0ucher,James15, 93,112-113,118,l21, 174,240
Brock, Dwain 11, 21, 93, 130, 137, 147, 154,
Brooks, Tommy 93, 129, 154, 174, 226, 236
Burgess, Terry 93,112-113,119-120,158
Buris, John 93, 129, 174, 184
Burleson, John 93
Burn, James 93, 184
Carpenter, Randall 21, 93, 129, 154, 184
Carter, Margaret 93, 116-118, 120, 176
Chew, Billy 93, 116-117, 119,121
Chumney, Karleece 12, 23, 93, 124, 177
Clark, Richey 43, 93
Cole, Charles 93, 154
Cole, Steve 93, 116, 129
Cox, Ann 94, 97,176, 241
Crews, Gary 94, 184, 239
Cross, Denver 21, 94, 129, 147,154
Cunningham, Dennis 94
Curtis, Dennis 21, 94, 129, 154
Dameron, Craig 6, 94,117-118, 121,153
Daniel, Debbie 94, 176
Darnell, Alice Ann 94, 158, 176-177
Deaver, David 94-95,101,107, 154, 211
Decker, Wayne 94, 185
Denton, Cynthia 42, 94, 97, 158, 176, 241
Dixon, Max 94
Dowell, Janice 94, 160, 174, 176
England, Johnny 94
Engler, Sharon 94, 116, 118, 120, 177
Evans, Scott 94-95, 129, 148, 153
Evatt, Mark 94,117, 119,121, 158
Ewers, Debby 7, 10, 12, 19, 94,118,120,168,174,221, 241
Fedde, Terry 94, 129, 154
Fenwick, Mike 94
Fisher, David 11, 94, 184
Foster, Sherri 4, 50, 95, 105, 115-116, 118, 121, 212, 215
Free, Glyneth 95, 176
Frizzell, Ruemma 95, 174, 176
Fry, Cheryl 12, 95, 97,177
Garner, David 21,95,129,154,18S
Garner, Debbie 95, 97, 101, 177
Golliday, Nettie 95
Gordon, Glynda 43, 95, 97, 101, 146,152,176-177
Graham, Doris 95, 97,101,177
Green, Tresia 31
Gregory, David 95,129,154
Grissom, Letha 95
Grissom, Louis 95, 184
Guthrey, Vickie 31, 95
Hanson, Lana 95, 119-120
Harding, Randy 95, 107,116-117, 119-121, 217
Harris, Larry 95, 101,154, 183,185
Harvey, Cynthia 95, 105, 125, 176, 180, 206
Harwell, Carol 6, 17-18, 73, 94-95, 112, 116,119-121,174
Hefton, Beverly 51, 95,163,176
Herald, Robert 95, 174
Hicks, Mary 94-95,116,119,121,177
Hicks, Perry 96, 129, 147, 158, 174, 183-184
Hinoios, Rudy 96
Hook, Melody, 43, 96, 101, 146, 176
Hooks, Dwain 96,156-157,185
Hope, Brenda 96
Hopson,Jolynne 12, 26, 96-97, 107, 146,176
Hubble, Jerry 96
Hughes, Danny 21, 96, 101, 136, 147,154, 174
Hughes, Judy 1, 72, 96, 116, 118, 120, 168, 174, 2
Hunt, Jimmy 15, 37, 73, 95-96, 206-207
Hunter, Kathy 10, 18, 35,96, 107, 176,223
Hyde, Rickey 96, 147
Hymer, Viki 94, 116, 118, 120
Jacks, Wesley 96,116, 118, 121,185
Jackson, Betty Ann 96, 101, 146
Jackson, Caroline 96,116-118, 121, 163,176
Jennings, Ed 11, 95-96, 185, 207
Johnson, Stanley 15, 21, 96, 129, 154, 206-207
Joiner, Paula 94, 96, 176
Jones, Vicki 94, 96, 125, 168, 174
Kay, Victor 96, 152
Kelly, Kenny 96
Kimball, Steve 96, 116, 118, 120,158
King, Diane 96, 146, 174,177
King, Don 96, 112-113,116,1
King, Jimmy 96
Knight, Lance 11, 96, 147
Knight, Linda 96
Laney, Wylie 96,101,185
Laughlin, Toni 96, 176
Leatherman, Sharon 97, 163
Lesley, Carolyn 23, 97, 125, 146, 176-177
Lewallen, Nolan 18, 21, 97, 129,147, 1S4,156, 18
Lohrmann, Charles 97, 147,
Lucas, Don 98
Lucas, Peggy 41, 98
Luna, William 98
Luttrell, David 95, 98, 147
McCann, Wayne 98
McCarty, Jimmy 98
McCarty, Nicky 98, 184
McMahan, Larry 22, 98,129, 154,174
Maikell, Terry 26, 98,125, 163, 176, 241
Marsh, Amos 15, 98, 129, 147, 154, 206-207
Martin, Susan 12, 96, 168,176-177
Mason, William Thomas 98
Mast, Alva 98, 176
Mauldin, Janet 12, 73, 98,117,125,l76, 206-207
Meador, Bobby 11-12, 98, 154, 183-184
Miller, Zoe 12, 94, 98, 100, 125, 177
Mills, Randy 21, 99, 129, 154, 156, 227
Moon, Charles 99
Pack, Kirby 99, 147, 174,185
Pack, Lewis 41,98-99, 118, 120,158, 168-169
Pack, Marilyn 23, 94, 97, 99, 101, 177, 239
Parr, Mike 98-99, 129
Patterson, Russell 98-99
Peacock, Steve 98-99, 184
Perry, Nelda 98-99, 177, 180
Pope, Richard 99
Porter, Alice 42, 98-99, 160, 176, 225,241
Procter, Dana 98-99
Purvis, Kenneth 99, 116, 118, 120
Rains, Karen 98-99
Ramer, Mary 12, 99-100,176
Rasberry, Rickey 99, 185
Ratliff, Clayton 99, 129
Rhoades, Ricky 99, 147
Richards, Bill 21, 98-99,147, 154,
Riggs, Judy 98-100, 177,223
Jerrye 99, 163
Robinson, Becky 94, 98-99, 177
Rutherford, Wanda 99, 176, 241
Sanford, Julia 7, 22, 98-99,
Satterwhite, Suzanne 7, 12,
Scarborough, Verna 98-99,
101, 146, 176-177, 241
Beverly 97, 99, 174,
Shelby, Mike 99
Shelton, Bobbie 98-99, 107,
d, Bobby 98,100
t, Jerry 98, 100, 129, 185
Smith, Gary 100, 119-120, 184
Smith, Jo Etta 12, 43, 94, 100, 176
Smith, Pattie 100
Smith, Sharon 6, 43, 97, 100, 107, 116, 119-120, 160, 174
Snow, Faye 100
Snyder, Isla 26,97,100,125,146,174,177, 241
Southall, Tommy 100, 185
Spikes, Randy 100
Stacy, Carla 13, 15, 73, 100, 116, 118, 121, 152, 170-171
174, 206-207, 241
Stephens, Laverl 98, 100, 116,118, 121
Stephens, Pokey 98, 100
Stone, Ray 98, 100
Stracener, Deborah 97-98, 100, 117-118, 121, 158, 168-169
Stripling, Keith 21,98,100,107, 129, 147,154,174
Tomlinson, David 17-18, 61,100,113,118,121
Trammell, Ann 43, 100,174,176, 214
Turney, Sharlyn 100, 176
Ulmer, Lynn 12, 100,107, 129, 147
Vandaveer, Caroline 26, 50, 101, 176
Waldie, Debbie 15, 26, 73, 101, 116-118, 120, 163, 174,207
Walker, Cindy 101
Walker, Donna 101, 177
Walker, Steve 101, 129, 174
Watkins, David 21, 101,117,129,154, 231
Watts, Beth 12, 97,101,168, 171,174, 177, 241
Waugh, Douglas 31
Whitman, Gary 6,101,112,116-118,120,18S,187
Whitt, Danny 98, 101, 185
Wiese, Billy 98, 101
Willis, Toni 101
Wilson, Bill 15, 98,101,136,147,206-207
Wilson, Cathy 98, 101, 176
Wise, Lana 56, 98,101,l46,163, 173,176,206
Wofford, Nat 6, 101, 107, 136, 147, 155, 225
Wolfe, Debra 12, 100-101, 146, 174, 176, 216, 241
Wood, Kay 6,94, 101, 116-1l8,121,130,146,1S2,160, 168
Wood, Mike 19, 21, 101,137,147,154,156,184
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Young, Larry 15, 101, 206-207
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